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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893101101_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. TTTl? I '1 14 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1893. I i i ' M tf V VOL. XVIII. NO. 12, If- - iv j' i b ' flt 4 !:- - - ' , v i- fF- - - K l 7 V T !' tet ft- - S !CVr &; u.. V i ' 'I. Y Mrs. Mary Chamberlain, who has been ROCKY RUN, confined to her bed for sometlmo from ' ' .... i i The farmers nro about dono cutting Misses iMiiny nnu Jiiien juuniorunro feoblonesa, caused from old ago, died on ' tho nightnf Oct. 1st. Her next birthday tobacco. nt liu Chicago Fair. r Protracted meeting begins iiere tho Miss Cora Leo Ashcrnft madoa trfp to1 which w(jul( havo taken .place this mouth would have made her 80 years of second Sunday in this month. Louisville last week shopping. age. Misses Ik'cca Wilson and Luln DeJer-nctt- o llarrlago bolls arc ringing in tliis Wo ard sorry indeed to hear of our spent last Sunday at Mr. Andrew neighborhood, bo lookout soon. friend, Miss Lena Willett, being stricken DeJernt'tte's. Died, on tho night of October, 4th, with that dread diseaso typhoid fever. Miss Luln BeJernelto thinks croquet Miss Nngcy Lyddan,of near Webster. Her sister, Lula.is just recovering from quito a delightful game when bIio has a Misses Nunloy and Clayton, of Louis- arialiko attack,1 besides her father and pleasant partner. ville, have been visiting Miss Jennio two more of tho family have recovered ' Mr. Barnqy requires and wife, Mr. John Cox. from thc'Bnmo-fcvethis summer. 1 Squires and wife spont n few days in Dr. Jennings Rawlings, of J, Kansas Several Wound hero have spoken of City, Mb , was visiting near Guston last having had their Brkckeniiiime Nkws Loulsvillo last, week. Misses Lucy Squires and Mannio Milweek. 'stopped on account of tho way it fought is making UpJito for Ja6k Gross. Well, so did tho Cplirier ler visited Mr. Jesse Miller nnd wife last Miss Katie Thompson Saturday oud.Sunday. nnjoxtondid vlsifto Miss Leo in Marion Journal tako Gross' part, so thoy say will they quit reading it? I trow not ' A. young'lady of this place was Badly county. rpndlni? thu .disappointed by not meeting n certain t a Mr. Jesse Cunningham says Harry- - much,, neither will tliev milt .- !C M. M. during conference. Bell's horse is "Republican" becauso ho New s, even if they havo to borrow ono from their neighbor. We think it would lo good ndvico to is black. 'Mrs. C. 0. Smith, who has been in somo of the young gents if they would Mies Eva Carrigan has been visiuK delicate health for somo time, is looking keep their engagements from their "Mn1 her cousins, tho Misses Lewis in much better and we nro under obliga- (jftcrthis. tions to Mrs. Smith for a lovely boquet Miss L what has become of Mr. W 7 Mr. George Frymiro and Miss Lucy she pormittcd us to pull from Ufa flower 'Ho seems to have cut out liis visits passed last Thursday on route to stand!which Frank sets inittio ffoht hotel porch jdown about two nnd ono-hadegrees the city. and is admired by all who pass. Lum hero of late. Mr. Dolph Jones, of Big Spring, was says tho flowers are his as he does all tho blaster Allio DeJernetto nnd littlo sis- one of tho many who attended the work. ter, Judin Ellen, of Hnrdinsburg, nro Owonsboro Fair. 'Tho Rov. Mr. Crocker is on a visit to spending a, few days with their grandma Our magistrate, A. J. Thompson, Ids old home in the south beforo start- and grandpa DcJernettc. walks ten inches higher since ho has ing on his China miasionary work where Mr. and Mrs. Andrew DeJernetto, Mrs. gotten to bo "grand pap" he will go in a few days. Mr. Crocker is Rachel DeJernetto nnd little daughter, Mr. PeutufT, D. D. was a guest at tho a splendid minister and an enthusiastic Icah, returned homo Saturday niter an Munford mansion last week and attendmissionary and may bo his journey bo n cxtouded visit to Mr. Gid Miller nnd ed tho Nowman Washington nuptials. prosperous no.JIo will bo supported family. Mr. Lovell Jordan has been quite ill financially by individual churches in Mr. Walter Clark seemed to be in n for the past two weeks with typhoid this country: the Irvington church, of hurry Sunday afternoon, we suppose fever, but is better at tho present,wrilj wh'jclv'holias.Jt)een a recent pastor, will somo urgent business called him over be ono of the number. ing. tho rocks nnd they nro pretty hard on Miss Clara Adkisson is in.Louisvlllo tho buggy nnd "Walter. Tho many truthful testimonials in will catching on to tho fall styles-'anA young gentlomnn nnd lady voft this of Hoo's Sarsaparilla prove that bring her new line of hats on In a few Hood's Curbs, even when all others fail. vicinity; contemplated going. to the Sand days. Knob lost Sunday, but on account of tho Try it now. Mrs. D. W. Lewis and little daughter, young gentleman's mama disagreeing for Luna, are visiting Mr. It. J. Patterson him to hire a rig of course they failed to News from Hardin County. while Mr. Lewis is attending tho Owonsget oir. (Klizabcthtown New.. boro Fair. Robert Price, the well known DemLost between hero and Sample n mus-(aclt Mr. Jamee W. Lewis, of Brandenburg, ocratic negro, bf Ilodgenville, has been and on returning to look for it gets had his two bird dogs. Dot and Ed Peak,, 'appointed one of tho janitors of tho Gus-tor- n Ipst nnd goes to Ilito's Rim nnd of course poisoned. lie has no idea who did the Houso ,in Souisvillo by Collector fails to find it. Tho finder will bo repoisoning. Johnson. warded (by returning it to Andrew S. 'Mr. .Too Brooks from Louisville is buyTho Court of Appeals has reversed tho Elder. ing stock in this neighborhood. Ho is cases of tho Commonwealth vs. k It Don't Cost Anything; tlio son of Mr. Dan Brooks, who former& Williams and against Green & ly lived in this county. To try Turk's Sure Cure. A specific Bro. forselhng liquor in violation of the Mr. Simpson's school at Andersonville prohibition law. Thoy were fined in for,tho quro of all diseases peculiar, to women. Ask your druggist our gunr- is noW'Under good headway ,andamong tho Hardin. Circuit Court.. . those attending from this town are Mr. Buck Kendall js abetter lawyer than autced plan. A R. Fisher, druggist. Eurl'Pollock and sister, Helen. a politician and if ho will stick to his RAYMOND. Wo were glad to know that our for- law books ho will find it both more mer neighbor, Elvis "Wimp, captured profitable and pleasant. Ho has a numMrs. J. F, Claycomb is on the sick list tho "merchant's prize'?, ono half mile on ber of friends who want to sec him suc- this week. , ceed and will help him, who did not tho wheel at tho OwehsboroYritr. Mr. Joseph Adkisson took dinner with support him in his raco. Tho News 'is Joe Fousheo a Born to tho wife-o- f iMr. J. F. Claycomb Thursday. d boy. Joe,-- lets christen him ono of his leal friends and if ever you Misses Dollio Claycomb visited ' Misses pat you on tho back, either Grover Cluvelaud or Jack Gross need any ono to Pansy nnd Lizzie Head Sunday. Buck, come arduud. ,to get there. and ho will be sure Messrs. Henry Cashinari and Ellis Last year Miss Burkholder, ono of Wo nro informed . through Clydo that CJyde was robbed tho teachers in tho Elizabethtown Stiff went to Brandenburg Saturday. Shumato's.father Mrs. Ruth Head visited Mrs. Eva Bas-iso- tt between Louisville and,St. Louts' While' Graded School lost hor voier and has nevor recovored it. This year Miss Mondny. Mrs. Bassett is very ill. en routti to thfe, "Cherokee" Strip, met with the Mr. Bob Norton, who has been at work Mr. 0. 0. Smith, our hotel man, is Annie Hosklns another making quito an improvement in his Batno misfortune. It is belioved by somo in Daviess county, has returned homo. of these coses wero due to tho end of tho town, in the way of a carriago that both Mr. Henry Dutscko contemplates. movdirt and dust tn the school building. ing to house and.ltvery stable ho ig building. , Holt's Bottom soon oil tho Stephtho build That proper cleanliness about Mrs. Haygood and her mother, Mrs. ing has not been obsorved is beyond en's farm. Brown, oflrvington, were in our town question. The new principal Prof. Mr. Walker Board visited in this this wcok purchasing tho latest stylo Thomas, however has, takon the matter neighborhood nnd nttended church at hats, which oui"milliner always keeps iri in hand and hot water and the scrub- Walnut Grove. stock. Lodiburg correspondent, Miss Addio, bing brush will soon put tho building Mii3 Bertha Logan Lewis, of Brabden-bur- into a condition of absolute cleanliness. says "sho didn't l!ke to see Lnrken so ban been visiting hor grand-father- .; Jolly fust Sunday. Patterson, In Iho country. Miss Bertha Mr. Henry Cashmnn is trying to get a A Smart Woman says sho would'givo anything to got to Lilly, but ho ouht to know that Lillies always ready for Is livo in tho country. She keeps a bottle of Park's Cough Sy don't bloom in tho fall. Vb notico that Brandonburg has gotTho show given hero last Saturday summer time. ten anothor ''Jree ferry" to Hosiordom" rup in tho houso in tho A., summer cough and cold is quickly night by Mr. Will Ilughson was quito u with two free forry's, Soda Ash plant success and enjoyed by all. anilft prospected "pike" to the railroad cured by it. Unequalled in croup. A. R. Fisher, druggist. Mr. Blakio Head was, not the guest of our slstor town will got thoro yet. Miss Nettjo Caahman Sunday as usual. Wo expect to' have a protracted WfcST VIEW. What is tho matter Blakie 7 meeting at this place on tho fourth Sunday") in i this month, (October) ;and will Mr. Bush Still, who has been working Farmers arp busy housing tobacco. ati Mr. Sam Bassett's, is at homo now. continue several days fifrthor notico Mrs. Harry Honninger has been quite Wo are glad to havo you in our midst and particulars will ,be given next week. sick. again Mr. Bush. " Last Saturday was colt show day at Wo aro having somo cold nights and Misses Samanthn Raisor and Nettie tbisplaco between tho Denmark's and hot days. Cash man went to call on Miss Gertie1 Joo G. Anderson's colt of Splendors Mr. Sam Henningor has returned from Slgler at Preston' Friday, but found her tho former horso and Chas. Hardaway's not at homo. Try again girls. of tho latter walked out with tho "blue." Loulsvillo with his now Mock of goods. . Mrs. Nannie Bockery is visiting her Tho road from hero to Lodiburg is in Mr. T. E. Ditto and family, who havo been boarding at Mrs. Ditto's fathers, sister,' Mrs. Frank Honninger, tho past fino shape for" buggies and carts. Now, young men, you needn't bo afraid of John Cox, will board this wintor in Lou- week. Quarterly meeting hold at Fair "Viow turning over with your girl. isville, as Mr. Ditto has a government We wero sorry to hear of tho death of job with Low Cornwall on tho Louisvlllo last Saturday and Sunday, A good crowd considering tho day. Bro. Morton's wifo. Ho has taken her canal. Stanford was circulating . Col. Chas. Mr. Joseph E. Matthews and his sis- to her homo in Texas for burial, but will among friends In our town last Friday. ter, Miss Essa, wont to tho chapel last bo hero at his next appointment if nothing provents It goes hard to vote against as nico a Sunday. Thoy report a good time. man and neighbor as Mr. Blanford but Mr. and Mrs". Harry Henniugcr havo Neighbor, wo'ro sorry for you in this returned from their visit to Wayno counrace for yoa aro on tho wrong side of tho ty. Thoy spent qulto a pleasant trip. fence. Messrs. Gilbert Butler, Allio, Skillmon, Young orchards, thoso I havo noticed, and Horacd Butler, Miss Ada.Gpod-ma- n havo stood the drouth exceedingly well, Tom and Master Virgil wero tho guests but tho grasshoppers have divested MIbscs Cora and Essa Matthows, many a young tree of its entire crop of of Wednesday night. Had quito a pleasant leaves and in somo Instances havo bitten time. tho bark from somo of tho small twigs. Prof C. Royalty and family left TuesMrs. Win. Baskett, Jr., gavo an entertainment last week at her homo in honor day morning or Woldon, where thoy of her cousin, Miss Nora Stovall, of will mako their homo for awhllo, and Prof. Royalty will teach tho fall school. Stlthton, who has made qulto an extendmidst. Miss Stovall is Prof, Royalty is a splendid teacher and ed visit in our qulto a charming and beautiful young wo congratulate Weldon on tho selection-o-f a teacher this fall. How wo miss tho lady, society of this ploaiant family nnd littlo Stialthi tn iti aneroach. Jfi Brandonbnrg last Wcdncsddy-who- n Too oftes, wbetf tha situation become fully Judge McBoath was about to shift tho ones i if school. AVe'can say that Mastor known, it U too lain. That ta true of Kidney soreness a little lameness of General Evans is an exceptionally bright littlo Disease. A little exclto no suspicion. Suddenly Richardson Gross "trial." tnoback. The njmptoma supervene and death ensues. said he himself desired boyi We console ourselves by thinking acuta 111(0 Gross arose and tha fatal spring of tho wolf. Lotus It Is tho trial!': and besides he wanted tt to thoy will return Boon and mako their reason together a litue. 1. On tho slightest symptom why not use Dr. plaeb rlcht in Meade counWand if home among us again. tako Fenner's Kidney and TlaeUaeno Curef It' Is guaranteed to satisfy or is. Beeaua there was anything illegal or crooked Bioaey refunded. So you only pai for beae&t DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles. actually received . CQnn0CH.'U.WMI 11IB UlCCUUIlf) IIUrjTNUMMl DoWitt's Witch Hazol Salve cures burns. S.r If. you. should bo mistaken la fearing itnown,up,vand'if nothing" haprvnawto" "wlU'floJ ttq faaro Hi has at DoWitt's Witch Hazol Salvucurespores. rata cleansedItyour Glood.'glTen you renewed awr Ufo prevatttyere this' edition Is . sent, forth DeWitt's Witch Iliuel Salvo cures ulcers. as It were cleared your head, toaed up your rjMmz crooked,, (if any) will luyfo, sA. R. Fi&Jiorj Cloverport, and Witt fc (tomaebilnTlgora ted your nerves and fibre, and eve Insured you agalast tha disease you fear. Take ' ' Meado,IIadirbuj., been pulged,, bono ft bottto GUSTON. I reii Thousand Tongues will Toll you that no other House Ever Did, Ever Will Can Sell the Same Perfect Goods for the Same Low Prices as Klcinlians & Simonson Sell Them. or-Ev- Mill 'i"h si rm THE MAMMOTH SOUNDS THE HE7-N0-T -- OP ITS- - '" r U..V" " SPECIAL! During our phenomenally suc- $1,000 GREAT AUTUMN TO BK GIVEN CAMPAIGN. imffl EXTRA! We stand ready with cash to take advantage of every opportunity ollered in the markets of tho world to buy at less than cost of manufacture, nnd, in combination with our branches nnd connections in Bullalo, Cleveland, Detroit and other cities, handlo Hiifh enormous quantities of goodd that no other houso in the Southwest can sell so low. IN GOLD k'" cessful sale this season wo cleared out our old Block nnd havn nothing to show but FINE NKW GOODS, bought for this season. We have the biggest store south of TO OUR CUSTOMERS. We iharc our profits with our customers every )ear. Thli year wc hae hail made for u a number of Yale key to Rive to our customer, anil a heavy plate In nd steel money box. this money box we shall place $25 IN rioi.II every Thursday morning. Among the keys given out eack week, will lxr one that will unlock the box and secure the $jj for the person holding the key. With every purchase In every dcpartmtnt, the customer receives one of these keys ami the one whose key opens the box will take out the contents as a free gift. Kcry holder of a key may try it In the lock of the box on each Wednesday lietWecn the hours of 8 u. m. and 7 p. m. Bran-dehbur- g. the Ohio River, tho biggest stock, the biggest assortment and tho liest made goods. Prices always 25 to 40 per cent, lower than any s lf other houso. Country costomcis mny send their koys by mail and wo will try thorn for them and Bond tho ?2. to them if their key unlocks the box. Send for Catalogue and order by mail. Charles Arnold, of Bardstown, got tho first 25. j WE SHARE OUR PROFITS WITH THE OVERCOATS. Beautifully fitting Meltons, in every desirable color, Black Cheviots ( former prices $12 to $14 ; our $10 price now The King of Kersoys, excelently well mndo; former prices $15 to $10; $12 our price now Gracefully made Kersoy Overcoats, both regular and extra length ; former prices $18 to $20 ; our price " $15 now English popular Tho ever Kersey; former prices $20 to $22; $18 our price now PEOPLE. WARM SUITS. Homespun Suits, very neat, former prices $12 to $14; our prico $10 now Worsted Suits, made in hand some styles; former prices $15 to $12 $10. our price now Dark Double nnd Twist Cossi-merformer prices $18 to $20 ; pur " ' $15 prico now d Cassiraere; Sawyer's former prices $20 to $22; our price $18 now Cnssimero; Imported former prices $22 to $25 ; lour prico $20 now world-praiseSilk-mixe- d " CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, Our stock of Clothing for Children nnd Boys is the largest and Loveliest and Prices the Lowest on tho Continent. Our Great COMBINATION SUITS for tho littlo follows nro tho talk of tho State Thoy are matchlessly made of perfect material, with double seats nnd knees nnd seams, nnd an extra pair of Pants and a hat go with every Suit. Tho best values for $5 mothers ever saw or dreamed of. $5 e; , bo-ha- lf SAVIJ iMONEY By buying nt the MAMMOTH. Shoes for tho family at less than you pay at other stores. Hats for Nun, Boys nnd Children nt tho lowest pices on earth. Our display of Furnishings, Gloves nnd Umbrellas unsurpassed. firaySend for illustrated catalogue. one-third COME and HUY nt tho MAMMOTH. Mail Orders EUled Promptly. io Kleinhans & Simonson. & MARKET ST., BET. 4th 5th. MAMMOTH Finanoial Terms Defined. SAM'L UAY. New Fall Catalogue Now Ready. Shoe and Clothing' Go. LOUISVILLE, KV m GLENDEANE, Mr. Ford Owen went to Louisville last Week. Mr. Will Dean attended tho Owonsboro fair lust Week. BOBEKT P. HABE. Klrk-patric- . nine-poun- " Moorman has been quite 111, but b better nt this writing. Chas. Dean hns gono to Chicago to tako in the World's Fair. ' Miss Amanda Dean isspendingsoveral iweeks nt tho World's Fair. Mr. Will Dean is seen to Sally towards our town nnitn often latelv. " Mr. Victor Robertson made a flying trip to Leitchfiold last weok. Mrs. Amanda Moorman has bqen very ill, but is somowhnt improved. Miss Sallio Dcnn has returned trom n visit to friends in Daviess county. Tho crops in this vicinity aro abovo tho average despite tho long drouth. Miss Bcttie Webb is in Leitchfield nt tho bedside of her aunt who is quito : "Will . ill. Miss Edna Robertson has' returned home, after visiting rolntives in Leitchfield. Mrs. R. II. Moorman is quito ill nt tho residence of her mother, Mrs. Robert-so- g, u. Js " Mr. Vennio Moorman, tho export clerk at Jarboo's atoro, is ready to wait on you at all hours. Tho now school houso at this place is almost ready for use. It in simply "out of sight." Another party from this placo oxpect to do tho World's Fair about tho middle of this month. Miss Nannio Owen is visiting relatives She will bo absent in tho "Frco State-soveral months. Miss Carrie Owen has rctnrncd from Loitchfield after spending soveral weeks there very pleasantly. There will bo a Baptist Missionary meeting at Gpshcn on tho Gth Sunday. A big crowd is looked lor. Wo aro soon to havo now benches and new carpets for Goshen Church, which will improve things greatly. Miss Lutio Moorman is in Bowling Wo Greon attonding Potter College. hope sho will gain a Victor y. Wo aro glad to stato that Mrs. Henry R. Dean, who has been ill for several months, has entiroly recovered. " Tho Knoxvillo Sentinel says: The question now bo often asked, what is "free coinage?" What is n "bimetalist?" What is "ratio" as applied to currency? are briefly and admirably answered in the following extract from tho editorial pago of the Baltimore Sun. "Freo coinage," as applied to silver, means that everybody shall bo allowed to havo his silver coined nt the United States mint into legal tender dollnrs free of chargo, such dollars to contain 471 14 grains of puro silver, if the present ratio of 10 to 1 is retained. Dollars worth .171 4 grains of silver would bo worth intrinsically irom 55 to 58 cents would bo legal tenderwould have to bo taken in payment of wages, bills, dobts, etc., at 100 cents. 'Free' coinage is opposed to coinago under such restriction as has been the rule in this country siuco 1873, in Germany since 1871, in England since 1810 Its advocates wish such light silver dollars to be coined as 'freely' as gold dollars now aro. 'Unlimited coin-agmeans simply coinago to any amount. An ounco contains 480 grains. " 'Bimetallist' is a torm now commonly applied to ono who thinks it possible to have a double standard of value, of two metals, as silver and gold. Ho thinks law will keep tho unit dollar of the one metal of precisely the samo value as tho unit of the other metal. The thinks this impossible. He thinks there can be but ono standard of value. Tho name monometallist is commonly given to ono who thinks gold ought to bo the only standard, but there nro also silver monometallists. It mny bo also said that ono can bcliovo in tho use of gold and silver as currency, and yet hold to gold as tho only standard. " 'Ratio' Is tho proposed weight of the silver to tho gold dollar. Tho present legal ratio is 10 to 1. That is tho silver dollar must weigh 10 times as much as the gold dollar. Gold was formerly 10 times as valuable as silver. Now it is somo 27 times ns valuable. o' o- - B. -:- -- w":e3::e:e:ii,:e3:e3, WITH Crescent - Tobacco - Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. Eighth and Main Streets, from 803 to 811- With Auction-an- LOUISVILLE, KY. Privnto Sales Daily, and Storngo Four Months Free. JobfirPrintin Pamphlets, Bill Heads, Letter Pleads, Checks, ' Note Heads, Statements. Finished at this office in the latest? style. THE BREOKENRIEOE COUNTY TEACHER'S ASSOCIATION. The Meeting; aUEENSWAME. Now is your time to purchase tjucons-war- o and Glassware, we havo a few remnonts left, and aro closing out nt cost. We will make It to your interest Full of Interest and Instruction. This Association met in tho City Hall, Hnrdinsburg, Ky., Sept. 23, 1893. Called to order by Supt. Miller. Opening address by Lilllo Cooper. Recitation in psychology conducted by Prof. Shacklett, was full of interest nnd instruction. In tho afternoon language work nnd composition was very intelligently discussed by Miss Mattio Adkisson. Mr. John Blytho read, a very appropriate solcctlon on tho subject of National Holidays. The art of questioning was discussed by Messrs. Geo. Gray, Sherman Ball and A. Driskoll. Civil government was discussed by Sherman Ball and Andrew Driskoll. Tho valuo of tho County Association was very plainly sot forth by Prof. F. R. Roborts. Longitudo and time, how to teach it successfully, was very warmly discussed by Messrs A Driskoll and Sherman Ball. In tho discussion of the importance of a business education, Prof G. S. Wilson brought out many homely illustrations, each ono showing tho importance of such an education. A most eloquent and instructive address upon temperament was delivered 4 by Dr. Milton Board. What should wo consldor good doport-mein pupils was dispensed of by Mr. Allen Kincheloo. Explanation of now points in school law was given by Supt. Miller. Adjourned to meet again at' Hardins-bur- g In Novembor. Lii.mk Fiiances Cooi'Kit, Secretary. nt to call. Babbage's. Can You flake a Dress? 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 everyYou might as body. well know as much as your dressmaker. It only costs the price of this journal. " I r i Br. Hale's Household Ointment Is tho finest remedy in tho world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles liko magic. Cures salt rheum in tho most soothing manner. Cures inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs nnd Colds. Can bo taken internally, A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstanding, Corns and bunions aro cured quickMrs. Lucrctla Robertson, who lias been ly; different from all else; superior to all ill for a long tlmo, is still no better nnd olso; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. not much hopo of hor ultimate recovery. Largo sizo cheapest, Sold at Short & Mr. Jcsso Howard's handsome now Haynes' drug store. rcsidonco Is ncarlng completion under tho skillful workmanship of Dunn & Co. Gus Is Already In the Harness and OBT QCilTITT. BIST t QCAUTT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm.Romodlos. rpw4 j nicmnnsos R, G. Robertson has returned from Lynland College, wheio ho has been to see his daughter, Miss Georgia, who has Pulling His Level Best Gus Richardson has bo6n defeated at every turn in his contest against .Jack Gross for tho Democratic nomination for the Senate. Wo do not assert that ho was beaten fairly, but Gross leceived tho most votes nnd has been declared tho nominee. If the Democrats oxpect to elect it Senator to represent the Tenth district thoy must got to work. Tho Republicans aro working among tho disaffected Democrats all over three counties, Gus Richnrdson is too good a man, and too true a Democrat to opposo tho nominee and wo ndvlso him to got into harness for Gross. JIawosvlllo Plain-deale- r, t FOR 20 YEARS ikdicimk been very ill. - EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. BOLD KVERYWHEHI3. u.. it. ions. Justly Entitled to It. Dr, Halo's Housohold Cough Cure is justly entitled to tho praisoit isiccciv-in"Wherover Introduced it has proven itself thomost reliable remedy known for tho euro. of coughs, colds, hoaroncsfl, whooping cough, bronchitis, soroncsq of tho lungs and every kind of n cough from a simple cold to anticipated consuinp-- t tion. Purely vegetable. Always-rolia- -t bio nnd oflectlvo. J?or salo at 25 and 60c por bottle nt Short k Iluynca' drug storo. g. For a lame back or for a pain in tho sido or chest, try saturating a pleco of flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and binding it onto tho affected parts. This treatment will cure any ordinary caso In one or two days. Pain Balm alsd cures rheumatism. 50 contWtlo by A. R. Fishor, Cloverport and Witt A Mendor, 1 f ardinsbdrg.' ' for-sal- o SULZER'S. If "0. 0. O. Corlnlu Chill Cure" is not tho best remedy you hnvo over used for Chills and Fever your money will bo refunded. Pleasant to take. Price CO cts. 4 ;,7- 'lVwT m - Vtc-- k4p-,- PP"PW""!1IN WJ.'11"!!.'!!"1 ""-- lr' rfTf'' - -- mf 1. (" r wn irw X1 THR BRRGKRNRIDGR NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. OCTOHEIt "' - .... j JtfiKK Villor can't speak much, hut he's as good a hustler as you ever saw in HARDINSBURG. Wr TIME TABLE. oonco wrsT. Passenger Dally rr. llnrdlnsburg..12:42 p.m. L, Hi &. BRANDENBURG. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Allan left last Sunday for Chicago. Ed Bow ling is seriously ill, but some better at this writing. Bov. 1 lagan preached last Sunday morning a; the Baptist church. Little Virginia, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Titos'. II. Ditto, is critically ill at this writing. Dr. Newsoin and wife, Cloverport, were visitors at Mr. and Mrs , James LowBr last week. Messrs. 0. T. Moremcn and James Bland have gone to Lexington to attend the Grand Lodge. Miss Mattio Willett was in town fast Saturday looking well, after so serious fa spell of typhoid fever; Mrs. Jennie Phillips and littlo daughters are back from Henderson, after an enjoyable visit of four weekB. The Aid society will meet at Mrs. next Friday night. Don't grow weary in a good cause, turn out. Tho "Aid" at Mrs. Beld's last Friday night was well attended and an enjoyable time was tho verdict of all present. Tho M. E. Church will bo a handsome structure and a credit to the faithful band who have striven so earnestly to eerct it. Dick Ditto has typhoid fever, but is doing nicely under the treatment and care of his kind physician, Dr. D, O. Pusey. " ' f . Prof..F. J. McAullire is now occupying the houso of Mr. Chas. Bryant, having moved fro"m Mrs. M. O. GrecVs houso ou West Hill. Bev. Kiserand wife left last Monday for Hibbordsvilie, Henderson county, where Brother Kisor is BWtioned for tho Conference year. The Gross Bichardson controversy is settled. Put on your fighting clothes, assume nbcliggercnt attitude towords all foes to nomocracy. The Hon. B. F. Willltt is on Ids farm superintending some improvements. He comes in every week to seo his better half and expects shortly to begin tho study of law in Louisville. Father Schmidt christened tho littlo girl baby at Mr. and Mrs. U. II. Nevitt's residence last Sunday morning. Elizabeth Ruth, her name shall be both Biblical names and suggestivo of truth and beauty. Dr. J. B. Alexander, of Louisville, well Lnown hero and throughout the county and a very .popular dentist on Chestnut sUcet was thrown from his buggy on Third avenue last Wednesday and badly, but not seriously hurt. Tho now preacher, brother Clerry, will hold fourth next Sunday, I presume. Let us hope ho may mako a favorable impression on his congregation and that they may find favor in his estimation and that this conference year lias in store many blessings for minister and member. Will Grinnell, Dr. W. B. Pusoy, of Louisville, Deo Pusey, Ackron, Ohio, and Stuart R. Young are nil in Chicago. Tom Pusey, Ben Richardson and Preston Grinnell are already citizens of the future London of America ami don't you know they will form a jolly party on the Fair grounds? What Is it tho inimitable Burns says about "Tho best laid plans of mice and men ?" Well anyhow tho rain, a perfect down pour, interforred last Tuesday witli some best laid schemes of a society lady. He was here, a very Apollo. But alas she was at homo knitting and reading "short stories of Shakespeare." Mrs. S. C. Malin, son Jess, and her brother, Mr. Tim Robinson, of Vine Grove, left Monday for Ashland to attend the marriago of P. K. Malin and Miss A nny Lellingwell. Tho honey moon will ho spent in Chicago with a siBter of tho bride and of course sight seeing at tho Fair will bo on tho program. Proe's friends hero extend tho slncerest congratulations coupled with tiie kindest wishes for a long life of prosperity and happiness. Littlo Mabel Simmons celebrated her eighth birthday last Thursday by- - entertaining her little friends from six to nine. Tho junior members of society were all there with smiling faces and pretty clothes uud Miss Mabel was the recipient of many beautiful tokens of their love (and friendship. Mrs. Simmons served refreshments of ices, cakes and confectionary. Games were played 'till littlo ages grew sloopy, littlo feet, weary and then good nights wore ex changed to go homo und dream of tho happy evening. Bou-duranwell-know- n 1 11, 1893. HI tho woods. Mike is all right and he'll get there too. Jno. D. & V. 0, Bsbbage, Editors ail Fropriet'ti U John Hardin and Ligo Ashcraft are Passenger Dally arr. llardliisburg-- on I NO KA8T. . 7:61) n.m having n red hot time over in Meade. AT. l.ocnl Time Curd. Turnips, potatoes, onions and cabbage .42 a.m. Ligo, actually thinks he lias soino show, Mall and Express going Kit W. B. Hardin. 10.33 .m, " West i' If anybody else thinks so let him hold 8.01) p.m. " Kait mprut James E. Stone will assist clerk It. S I - V.15 p.m. up his hand. " Weat Skillman during court 11. ai a.m. ' Kt uooa freight well...... v.zu a.m " W. B. Hardin occupies the storeroom The Hancock Clarion lias been enI.. m l,Nl. SIX PAGES. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOIl STATU SKNATOIl A. J. GROSS. FOIl HKI'HKSKNTATIVU MIKE MILLER. FOIl SCHOOL SUl'KHINTKNDKNT JAS. W. MILLER. Tub General Association of the Baptists of Kentucky will meet at Lebanon, Oct. 21. Can any Democrat who Is n Democrat support Charlie Blanford? That is the question. One of tho largest wholesale whisky firms in Louisville went under last week for 200,000. Monday was Chicago day at the World's Fair. There were over 700.000 people in attendance. Ciiaiimk Ulanford has fought Democracy from his infancy. Ho is doing it Unlay. He will continue to do it. The average circulation of tho News for tho past three months has been 2,090. No issue during that time being less than 2,050. A mo storm in Southern Louisana last week killed several thousand people and destroyed over five million dollars worth of property. Is there anything in tho past, present or future, that justifies a Democrat in supK)rting Charlie Blanford in preference to Jack Gross. Six hundred majority in Meade, two hundred and fifty in Breckenridge and two hundred in Hancock. How does that strike you Hon. Charles ? Capt. Tun Hancock Clarion says: Gross will come out of Hancock with a larger majority than any Democratic candidate lias received, who was not a resident of the county for a number of years." Tim address slip shows just when your If you do not subscription expires. want the paper continued please drop us n postal card to that effect. Don't wait for six months or a year and then say you never ordered it. . Coi.. Robert G. Ingersoll, says tho ractr question may bo settled in 6000 years anyhow. Ho thinks tho Separate coach law in Kentucky is agood tiling and says tie h is not been employed by tho negroes to fight it in the courts. Court may require all ablcbodied male citizens of tho county over eighteen or under fifty years of ago, except licensed ministers of the gospel and citizens of incorporated towns and cities, to work on the public roads of tho county, not exceeding Bix days in The annual report of the Interstate each year and causa them to be assigned Commerce Commission shows that durto work on tho roads nearest and most ing the year ended June ItOth last, the convenient to their residence, nnd nny railways of the United States carried such citizen may furnish an able bodied 600,058,211 passengers. The number of substitute to work in his place. A day's passengers killed was 270, injured 11,227, work on roads shall he eight hours. killed 2,551, injured 28,207. employes Tho Fiscal Court at its first regular in eighteen hundred nnd ninety-fou- r This from tho Meade County Messenand every two years thereafter shall ger lias the right ring: "Gross will appoint a County Supervisor of roads or carry Meade county by COO majority. such district Supervisors as may be Are ou ready Breckenridge and Handeemed best nnd may appoint such overcock." Yes, wij.li a bigger majority than We speak for Breckenridge of seers as may bo necessary who shall ever. hold their torin of office for a term of couie, And our information from Han-roc- k two years from the date of their appointis that she will poll her usual Dement nnd until their successors ure apmocratic majority. pointed and quaillfied. Auy vacancy Hi:v. J. II. Lcnnin, of Hardinsburg, is occurring in tho office of supervisor or christian lives f Time l;Jo to 3:10. in the race for tho State Senate. Mr. Itcv.I. M. Washburn .nut Itcv, J. GARFIELD. overseer may be filled by tho County DuBBliis Lenniu has made no public announceCourt until the 'next regular term of tho Fanners aro busy cutting up corn and 4. The negro as u factor In home misment of his candidacy, but the News has Fiscal Court. Tlfe supervisor or supersewing wheat. sion work. Time j;jo lo jjio. Hev, it pretty straight that he will bo in the visors shall execute bond in tho County A. tV. WhittinKhlll undltev. II. II. Quito a small crowd from hero took in fight. Mr. Ixmnin is the representative White Court within thirty days after his aptho excursion Thursday. of the Peoples party, and will go Into tho 5. What prujiortioii ol our Income should pointment with good and sufficient sure. Mrs. Mary we give for the support of the goswho lias been race as their standard bearer. He has ties to be approved Judgo of tho pel Time o;jo to iojio, Hev, J. quite sick is slowly improving. nlliliated with that party for sometime County Court for the faithful perform Armstrong and Itcv. W. V, liar-re- ll Mrs. Fannie Board visited relatives in and is about the best posted man in the anco of his duties. The Fiscal Court Owensboro last week. Tenth District ou its principles. 6. The relation of children to mission shall make tho supervisor or supervisors work. Time 10:10 to 10:50. Itcv. Miss Sarah Driskell has just returned a rcasonnblo allowance for his services. W. II. Williams and Hev. W. II. When the Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn from Louisvilld witli a nice lot of milSec. 21. The Fiscal Court shall preHutlcdge stated in a speech in the United States linery. scribe necessary rules and regulations 7. 1 he lllblc doctrine of foreign missions Senate the other day that the Kentucky for tho proper management of tho public Mr. Georgo Bell has returned from Time 10:50 to 11:311. Itev. II, 1", Democrats were opjiosed to tho repeal of llagau and Hev. J, N, Lynch, . . . roads and bridges in tho county and shall Bullitt county. Ho reports his brother the Sherman act ho had evidently not S, Education as a missionary work In the Robert G. Ingersoll on "Myths and properly provide for repairing and keep-in- g as being very ill. heard from the Breckenridge county DeIlaptist church, Time 1:30 to j:io them in repair, nnd may authorizo Born to tho wifo of Charley Mattingly Miracles" at Macauley's last Sunday Hev. W. IJ. Crocker and I'rof. mocrats. Bead tho resolution adopted drew an audience. He's an orator, being tho supervisor or ovetsoer to employ September tho 2Hrd a flno girl. bhacklett by them at Hardinsburg last Monday. What about tho church that was going an agnostic, would not deter a christian such wagons and other implements as . A brief history of our missionary in a It reads like tlioy were willing to entrust to bo built hero? Wo never hear of it from hearing him, for ono need only may bo necessary. China, Time 1:10 to J150, Itcv, W, it all to the President and Mr. Carlisle look up and say "Tho heavens declare Sec. 22. Tho Fiscal Court may classify It. Cullons any moro. and were notag'in it at all. It. 1' Shacklett, W. II. Hutlcdge Com nlttcc on Mr. Andrew Driskell passed throuch the glory of God, and tho firament programme. showeth His handiwork." Sing, "Tho Of Interest to Taxpayers. hero Saturday on his way from Hudson-vlllspacious firament on high," play, "Hay. The decision of Judge McBcath in the Under tho now revenue law tho Fire at Skillman. Gross Bichardson contest need not Mr. Pile and family, of Buras, visited don's oratoris" and refute his arguments SherlfTa of tho Commonwealth will have m W SB by leading him through nature up to have been a surprise to any one There at L. A. Gray's Saturday and Sunday. The residence of James E. Couty, of to mnko full and complete settlements nature's God. "None so blind as those was nothing in the election law confer- Skillman, together with all his household Miss Mary Moredock, of Owensboro, is with tho Auditor by the first day of who will not seo." ring jurisdiction in the Circuit Court, and kitchen furniture and $100 in here visiting her brother, James Webb. Decombor, which will push tho collect and tho easo was properly dismissed. money was totally consumed by flro Did you over think how amusing it is Bov. II. 0. Hook preached a very inion 01 taxes, Bomowiiat, auu a provisBut Gon. Gross wishing to be fair, and last Sunday morning while thoy were teresting sermon at Ploasant Grove Sun- to read first one side of tho questions poion in tho law requires tho taxpayer to MJkmko having all along coveted a full investiga- away attending bunuay school. The day eve. litically, and then on the other? Demohavo his receipt before tho Sheriff can tion of the matter did not euro to have it cause of the fire is not known, Mr. crats tell us that the country is going to settle, which will mako rather hardship Tho Louisville Stock Market. thus summarily disjiosed of. Ho propos- Couty thinks it was from a defective fluo destruction because of tho policy of tho on some Sheriffs, especially, where they ed to arbitrate, but Itichardson's attor- while others think it was set on II ro for Harrison administration and that tho have, in tho past, whenever tho time of (Heported by llourne, Harper, llrooks A Co,) neys objected. All of these propositions tho purpose of robbery. Tho money beprevailing conditions aro duo to former final settlement camo about, been adIx)tiisvn.t.K, Ky , Oct. 0. Cattle. from Gen. Gross and his friends liavo longed to he and his brother and consistsilver legislation and that awful Sherman vancing tho money to meet whatever certainly been sufficient to allay any and ed of currency and silver. .It had been Fresli receipts 1,000 head, on sale about law. The Republicans assert that tho shortago there was until the taxes could all suspicions of collusion or fraud. It in the house for some time and they 1,100 head. Market active and 10 to 15c. stringency is just what thoy predicted bo collected. Now it is quite diWent. will not bo contended that irregularities forgot to look after it on this particular higher on good to extra Butchers Steers and is duo to the Democratic party and All unpaid taxes in a fow days longer Mr. Chas. N. Hauer did not exist in tho primary but they morning. Tho houso was a two story 1000 to 1200 lbs. All other grades of tho "threatened overthrow of tho Mc-Ot Frederick, Mil., Buffered terribly tot orer will necessitate tho Sheriffs of tho State were not ho palpable as to liavo made log dwelling and one of tho oldest in tho Butchers very slow at last week's prices. Klnloy bill." And so throughout its ten yean wlUi abscesiei md running lores on of making levies to meet tho require-montaGen. Gross' nomination illegal Ho got bottom. It is known as tho old Hog About 250 unsold. Good heavy Feeders "Katy did" and "Katy didn't," This his left leg. Us wasted way, grew wolc and tho law to tho letter. Eliza- it fairly no said tho Canvassing Board, Mansion and stands directly on the river 1,000 to 1,200 lbs, in doinand. monetary question is a deep one, and tula, nod vru obliged to use a cane nnd crutch. Nows. thought lions Receipts 2,700 head, markot 'whether gold and silver should bo legal Everything which could behe began ol was done hethtown and that should have settled it. Wo bank. The loss falls pretty heavy on tho without good result, until taking lower. Best Packers 0J to 0.S5. About tender, or gold, silver, and papor should presume now that it is settled. In as Couty boys as they had no insurance. all sold. Children llko to tnko "C. O. O. much an Mr. Bichardson has openly de- bo kopt of equal value, or whother the which perfect Mr. Hauer Is Sheep and Lamiis Receipts 1171 head pension system is or is not right, wo can now Id effected aof health. cure. particulars of. Certain Chill Cure," tho plona-n- nt dared his intention to supjort tho nomithe best Full LADIIM nnd guaranteed euro for his case will be sentall who address Needing r tonic, or child rcn that want building market firm on good to extra fat Sheep aflbrd to loavo to nee, we infer that all is well and that such statesmen" as Carup, should taku a I. lloou tl Co., Lowell, Mass. Fever, Acruo and MalariaGOBetevery Democrat in the district will do heavy Ijimbs, ter than Quinine. Price Common Lambs lisle and the House. But what is of far and uiiown's ikon hitterh. cts. HOOD'S PILLS lb best Itla pleasant to take, cures Malaria, InJIccs-tlo- dull, No demand forJStock Ewes. niU, ' tho same thing. moro importance just now to jus of tho and lllllouinew. All Uea'cn keep it. Buy your Shirts from Babbsgo. twist dig tittes, cue bi4et and WUoiusm, 1 Lcc-raiidby-H1 work-housee. larged to an eight column folio. The on tho corner opposite Major Scotts', Clarion is a good pajx-r- , a clean paper, belonging to Mrs. Heston. Miss Susib Monarch, of Owensboro, is well edited and well printed. We are glad, to seo it growing and prosperous. visiting Miss Mary B6wmor. Frank Board and Ed Guthrie made a Gitoss don't want to speak Blanlord flying trip to Chicago last week. Attorney It. E. Woods, of Louisville, don't caro too, so tho only fellows on the track who aro dying to spout are Wilson is here attending court this week. and Slaton. Givo 'em a clear field and Beard & Bceler havo moved to the turn 'em loose. Set the dogs on them if storehouse occupied by Hardin &. Brown. necessary. Mr Mat May who has" been in tho West about five years, is at homo on a TimiEaro Fix hundred children and visit. their mamas and papas all singing the Why run all over town hunting grocerpraifes of the Louisville Times for a trip ies when you can .find them at W. B. to tho World's Fair. This was a great Hurdiu's. t of cnterpriso on the part of the stroke " Mls3 Sallie Kineheloe has gone to Times, and a worthy and charitable act as well. The Times is a great newspaper. Henderson to visit her sister, Mrs. Georgia Hayes. Notics All persons knowing themselThe women over in Meado aro now ves indebted to mo will pleaso come forall right for Gross. Bead what our sweet singer from Brandenburg has to Bay. ward and settle. W. W. Vessels. Mr. Oscar Brown, who has been living Charlie, you had just as well go home pull all those now shoes oil your ho scs at Now Albany for tho past two years, and turn them loose, there is no earthly lias returned hero with Ills family. A number of the prospective candidbIiow for you. ates for county offices next- - year, were out shaking hands herc.last Monday. 8100 Reward, $100. Impairing of every class in tho nrt of n The readers of tins paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one silversmith done cheap and dreaded disease that science has been Satisfaction guaranteed. T. C. Lowis. Mr. Jolly Meador has moved into his able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cure is the new house. J. E. Monarch will occupy only positive cure now known to the the one lie vacates and J. B. Buzby will medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con- move to the one Mr. Monarch leaves. stitutional disease, requires a constituA largo and well selected assortment tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure of jewelery, watches, clocks, silverware, is taken internally, acting directly upon spectacles, music and musical instruthe blood and inucuous surfaces of the ments, etc. Call and examine our stock. system, thereby destroying tho foundaT. C. Low In & Co. tion of the disease, and giving the paLost on the 5th of September one red tient strcngtli by building up tho con- milch cow about three years old, white stitution and assisting nature in doing spot in the face, hole in left ear and its work. Tho proprietors have so much large white spot on rump. Any one givfaith in its curative lowers, that they ing me information as to her whereoiler One Hundred Dollars for any case abouts will ho liberally rewarded. James that it fails to cure. Send for list of Tes- Matthews, Hardinsburg. timonials. Address, The Fiscal Court which was in session F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0, last week did not find a great deal of by Druggists. 75c. SSrSold business to transact. They wound up in three days. They appointed n commitBEWLEYVILLE. tee to look out a site for a bridgo across the Little Falls at Beach Fork. A conCome and mo my nice lino of business tract was let out to lay a brick pavement suits, just the thing to wear on all occa- on the north and east side of tho court sions. Pretty enough for Sunday, good house square. The appropriations were enough for every day. Also a nice line small and tho claims allowed were not Mr. Chelf asked for nn of boys and youths suits. Large stock of very numerous. mens, woraens and childrcns shoes, of as appropriation from the county for sergood quality, I think as I over handled vices as Commonwealth's Attorney, but Dr. Milton in eastern goods. Mucli of it as good as tho claim was rejected. Commissioner of the best custom work. All at close cash Board was o rates. Don't duo me down as it is ail tho poorhouso and Mr. Jarboe, the keeper. marked as low as, it can bo sold for cash. Bov. L. E. Campbell leaves with his I believe this is the truth, if you believe it coiuu and buy, if not I am more than family for his new work at Bowling Green this week. Ho told us he was willing for you to stay away. much pleased with his new appointment Bring your eggs, butter, chickens, ducks and the work would pay better financialturkeys, dried fruit, tallow, veal, calves, ly than the one he is leaving. Tho towns Ac. Will give you all they aro worth on his circuit all lie on the railroad and and no more. are conveniently situated. Ho expects Don't ask for credit. Statement of to reside in Bowling Green and liavo adbalances left unpaid bent out the first of vantage of the good schools there for his W. N. Drury, eacli month. children. The circuit will pay someCasli Store. thing like $000 a year. Bov. Breeding will reacli here y or The ladies havo brushed up the parsonage Program. and it is ready for occupancy. The now Program of tho Fifth Sunday Meeting preacher lias a family of three children. of Goshen Association to be held with Ho will fill his regular oppointment hero Goshen Baptist church, October 28 and on the tiiird Sunday. 20, 1893. Notice. I. Devotional exercise and organization. I liavo bought W. W Vessels' saloon Time io to n and am now the proprietor of Tammany. I. How should diuretics ileal with memHflll i 1.l ii bers who rtfuse to give to the sup. gmu iu eo my oui customers u iii port ufthe gospel I Time 1011:40 and will guaranteo to treat them right. Hev. J, I). Duncan and Itcv. MarWill keep in btock tho best whiskies and tin wines and also n good lino of cigars and &. What elicit does a missionary spirit tobacco. H. E. Mallingly. cultivated within us have upon our -first-class. poor-hous- Tenth SenatorlaDlstricf, as Democrats, is to quit this bicliorjiigt put on our fighting clothes to nnnlliilate.politi'jally, the enemy He's right in the door In tho person of Hon. Chas. Blaudford and Mr. Elisha, Ashcraft. Wo want to fight .one as hard as the other, because Democratic nominees are their, opponents, and iiovr nny man can profess to be a Jeflersonlan n Democrat and bo oh tho subject is all past nny woman's comprehension. The Republicans work as a unit and aro as quiet as a statuo. But watch the sequel if the Democrats don't be ifp o and in November. A Boft Octobor wind was blowing gently in at tho open window last Wednesday afternoon, nn October sun brought a incssago nnd freshness and beauty from the world out side, when there came a cheerful voico at tho door saying "I'vo brought you something to read and I want you to redd it aloud that wo may on'jdy it together." My old schoolmate Mrs. Linda Moremcn was tho speaker nnd as wo sai, reading "John L. Stoddard's Portfolio of Photographs nnd sketches of tho Fair from the Shawnee Nows, n great innny happy combinations of clrcumstuno'S camo ', trooping up of when wo were girls together thirty years ago and would meet to study, to rend, to sing or danco. in each others homo without a care, frco as birds., But "all tho samo" we are still young in heart and as we perused tho admirable series a new glimpse of this progressive world was betrayed as yivid and attractive as, thpso recollections of tho past. The folio is instructive and interesting, the photos themselves, nn historic treasure. Of ail the silhoiietts and sketches I'vo read Of the Fair the ideas of young Harry, of Shawnee town, are the most fdr seeing and conclusive He has written Up and printed out th6 most interesting features in each building and each in many departments. His letters are laconic, but not terse, not too volumnous like most of writers ou tho subject. Ho remained four Weeks nnd adds "I didn't seo near all." luke-wariwlde-nwak- C XtxJ LXjGXjsx m yif X xt3 1 J ' M. illF F VEST vi. . - SHOES ' r Y "0 Fit Well i& v Wear Well U' ii n m ! k T.ftV txroii 5irfcSS-S&,3t;333 9 f gJ ' , A Sec our Novelties in i OmLbRBJsrs ' -- .ii Caps , i't i.,r !'! I' .v r ' h . ,i, . IN l u- ,i , I - I I .1 .1 i. '. .1 .: ' ., ... . . &55iSCC&S!SSS?:S Leather. ''... HIGHWAYS. The New Hoad And Passway Which Went Into Effect October 3rd 1893. That the members of tho Fiscal Court and tho public may learn some of the most Important features embraced In chapter 2U2, regulating tho maintenance and creation of public roads nnd s says tho Elizabethtown Nows, we extract from n certified copy of tho above law tho following sections, tho enforcement of which went into effect on tho 3rd inst. There are 47 sections in this chapter, but wo havo room to publish only tho following this week! Sec. 10. Tho. Fiscal Court shall have full power and authority to levy an ad valorum tax, for road and bridgo purposes, of not exceeding twenty-liv- e cents per year on each ono hundred dollars worth of property, assessed1 for State and county taxation, to bo collected in tho same manner, by the samo officers, and under tho same obligations as other county revenue is collected and the fund shall be designated as the "Road and pass-way- li 5, Velvet and Cloth. gr433 Tl . 9 gg'.S - 3;:Q3$3! -5ii .N ; VEST -- Y BDQ Y of their counties nnd fix tho width of each, which will not be less than fifteen nor more than sixty feet wide, and may determine the width of of each class. the mad-be- d Sec. 23. Any supervisor or overseer who shall willfully fail or refuse to discharge his duties, shall bo guilty of a inisdenntenor, and, upon indictment and conviction, shall be fined not less than five nor more than twenty dollars for cach,ofienso; aul anyone assigned to work on a public road who shall willfully fail or refuse to do good and efficient work after having been notified by the officer having suporvison of the road to bo worked or some ono authorized in writing by him to give said notice, for at least two days, shall upon trial and conviction before a justice of tho peace, be fined for each day thoy shall so fail to work two dollars and fifty cents. All such fines shall go into the road and bridge fund of the county, to bo used for road purposes, and upon of said fine, a capias pro fine mny issue. Sec. 85. If tho Fiscal Court shall so decido any taxpayer who shall so desire shall hayo tho priyilege of working on tho public roads in his county sufficiently long to pay his road and bridgo tax, but shall work fo. the same compensation per day, and tho samo number of hours per day, and under the samo regulations, that other hands employed to work on tho roads, and tho supervisor shall give, such persons who desire to pay his road tax in work, a receipt specifying tho number of days lie may so work, and if tho work done shall equal his tax at tho specified price" agreed on, then such receipt shall be evidence of the payment of his road and bridge tax iu full, but if ho only works out a part of said tax, tho receipt shall only evidence such part payment thereof. St'c. 30. All male persons confined iu tho county jail or under tho judgment of n court directing that they may bo worked at hard labor, shall bo available to tho supervisor or overseer for tho purposo of working-theon the public highways. the public roads -- i "fe Bridgo Fund." Sec. 20. Tho Fisca.1 YOU'LL BE FILLED WITH AMAZEMENT WHEN YOU SEE OUR - ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHING! No ono ever before wenHrilo this line so oxtensively in thit? city. It is no wonder that, everybody's talking about it, Clothing for the Small Boy, Clothing for tho Largo Boy, Clothing for- Everybody Wonderful how cheap wo can fit you out with a propor Overcb.it. Isn't it worth whilo to act promptly COME NOW - SULZER'S . A equal Installments, payable n one and two years, tne purchaser be. required to execute bond, lor said deferred payment, with good and sufficient security ,Wr lnlere" from lte untfl pafel! S Location of land, said tract ol land Is situated ot the Leltchfield and Hardinsburg road, n ne ??f1t,C,.'.ltUatcd '" !" I'ork. of Hough In con,y. KY-- . will b old at public the, to the highest d or the price to be paldVash bidder, Inhand.andv the remainder to be paid In one-thir- .," Valuable Farm for Sale. ,urJaJj.ne'ler late M.J. Mercer, contulnlne nth, 1S53, the borne- -' ""' hundred "aete1oraS.ufvn.dt.Uonferg00d and sixty or seventy res of the laUd fanc Descrlptlon-- A first-clas- s two-stor- y dwelling, house, couulnlng eleven rooms, I. on it .S" .niJV" is,16?1 ful "r'i Wh handsome l the - 'vw. ..us iwo irooa uarns and Ti out.tou'"- - An abundance water all farm. Persons wanting a first-clafarm and a beautiful well to be on hand on day of sale. home will do Kor furthej particular address v J. N. MBIICKK, McDanlels, Ky. C. KAMSUV, Leltchfield. Kv nr ii. DOW MKudliU, """lh a.n,""f"'lf.'ll i,v IT FOR SALE. Onu store house and lot In the cltv of Clnvrr port, on Wall street adjolnng It. NewwmU Olhce. A B00d business Incnllnn .... ;..""" " aviiii address fay l'fcNK.DcIIAVlN, llardlnsburKjKy. FOE SALE. I have fifty stock ewes, bred Shropshlredown lluck which win to registered low ngure on time If not sold by sell at the farm tl.eiii o responsible turtles This I idh. wifl w appear but twice. CllAS. 1L DHUKV. llcwjeyvllle, Ky. vv mmBMilm Dr, J. L. Moorinap, of 9, Resident Dentist OIIIco -- Hood's Sarsap&rilla afUr-dln&- OLOVERPORT, KYI with Ur. J. x. Oivcn, Bud of HrldKo. guaranteed. ai istll-facti- a. AU kinds of Dental work dose and &. THEl m bregkenridge news, gloyerport, i ky. FSf 1 i LADIES' UNDERWEAR li r To Meet Every Demand for FM1 Apparel! MENS' .UNDERWEAR, 1 AND WE ARE :HERE TOO; mUD READY Reason Is Her l ! I imi HOSIERY! HOSIERY!! Under-nvear, s ?: y ior- t ii ian In all sizcsshapes' and qualities td jl v Full line of Fleeced Cotton Non-irritatin- ii; .vii Hues t sun an. iu rfo ar ' gf 4gr - jBW Aim- m " 2f , "v t? g j r . W 1 i in ., r i , 'natural and white, J51.00 and up. -- ; r rices QUc, I Uijion Suits, Oc, We carry a full line of Heavy Cotton, Fleeced and Woolen Hose, from the cheapest to the Best Grades. 'gMCJaW-Sel- l J You a Wrap ! 1 In this departmentWecannotbeVexcelled. Our stock consists of a full line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Wraos. all thedlatestlstvlesland at oriccs calculated to sell them fast. Misses' and Ladies' Children's long Cloaks and Reefers Vaa Jackets; large slee.vesland heavy material, all sizes from $1.50 up. i IRWHI i Tfwaifflffiag'BBa>: .Our stock FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS consists of all the choice Novelties, in French and English Fabrics. Coloring and com- bination never so beautiful, Our Dress Goods comprise a complete line of handsome materials. All in theilatest weaves and styles, Hopsackings, Storm Serge, Jackuards, Diagonals Cheviots Ombra effects in new makes and beautiful shades. The prices you will find compare with the goods, lowest and best when quality is compared. . 7 , ,. , I 3 Clothing). Hats and Shoes. f , You have no idea how cheap you can dress up and look presentable until you have examined our stock and prices. Our stock represents all desirable suitings in Worsted All Wool, Oassimereand Cheviot Suits at $8, $10, $12, $15 and $20. In Hats we carry all the desirable styles at popular prices. ShoeB to Suit and t men, women and children. ! Wo carry a complete assortment in Gray, Scarlet and White from 85c to $10 a pair. If you need a pair of Blankets now is your time to buy while tne stock is full. 1 Blankets Blankets E desire a special inspection of our stock. It is good. It is cheap. We know we can please yon. All we ask is that you call and see it. We take pleasure in showing our goods and ploasing our customers, i ., - V A. ,,.' ' , U A m Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1893. Son, W. H. Bowmer & GLOYRRPORT, Canunada, 120 fishing vessels wero in the gulf fishing. Not a word has sinco been heard from them or their occupants. Along tho Mississippi tho loss of lifo kwas to somo extent duo to falling build ings. In Bararata Bay it was caused wholly by drowning. The Mississippi rose 0 feet and poured over tho levees. Tho Gulf roso 15 feet and between these two Hoods everything was washed away or destroyed. Chcmeie Canunada, whero tho greatest loss of lifo occurcd, is a fishing town of 1,040 people, situated on tho main land of lniisiana, opposite Grand Isle. It was supposed to be tho safest placo on tho Gult Coast, but tho fury of tho storm raised tho water in tho bay hack of it 15 feet and poured over tho island 8 feet deep. With a current of 8 to 10 miles an hour it swept everything before it and of tho 310 houses on tho settlement only thrco wero standing ht sunriso Monday. Tho survivors were secured by clinging to trees or poles. i Most of the bodies wero carried to sea, but those that wero found wero buried iu trendies, it being impossible to obtain cofllns. DESTITUTION AUnOAD. storm-visite- d KY. UAltKET - TORNADO SWEPT, TERRIFIC WIND AND RAIN STORM IN THE SOUTH. Scores of Lives Lost and Much Property Destroyed. Nkw Oiilkans, La., Oct. 2. A. terrific tornado struck Now Orleans lato last night, coming from the n6rtlieast anil raged horo.all night and a portion of today, sweeping south from horo along tho lino of tho Mississippi Itivpr, through tho Parish of Plaquomino to ttio Gulf. Tho storm was quo of tho worst which ever 'l8itcd this section, and as far as can ho learned killed 21 or moro persons and wounded probably three times aa maiiy, somo of them fatally, besides destroying a largo amount of property at Now Qrleans. The wind had reached a velocity of 48 miles ait, hour nt 8 o'clock when the aerometer of tho Weather Bureau was destroyed. ' " bu:v sixty Miles an iiouk. It constantly increased in force until 2 la. in , when its velocity was estimated at CO miles an hour. Tho crash of Bheds 'and buildings blown down, trees torn up and houses unroofed caused intenso alarm, and most of tho population of tho city stayed up all night, expecting their houses to bo blown down Among tho buildings destroyed was n argo market house, which crushed bcv-ral buildings in its fall; tho Burdctto treet Mission Church, tho cotton yards f tho Northeastern Itallroad, Coleman's loiter shop and tho Pythian Hall. A lumber of other buildings wero ' d. yt' I.KVliK WASHED AWAY. Tho revetment loyeo on Lake Ponchar- hvln which protects New Orleans from vcrilow on tho rear, was washed away, ' !ovwaU)r sweeping over It 15 feet or Sfo, and many of tho 'yachts there Sr$ . inkon or injured. s In tho Mississippi tho goal ileet was A 'scattered, tho transfer boat of tho Toxas and Pacific, itallroad badly damaged and 30voral wharves carried away. XOTAHOITSEESCAI'EI). Potnto a la Huche, a town of 2,000 poo- tho woret suflerer. In that o, vi wn not a single house escaped Injury. ami Catholic church, to court-hous- e o prindjtal buildings in tie town, and mo 20 pt,(ier buildings were destroyed d tlW situation was so threatening that ,o greater lortioa of the peoplo, fearing lug crushed to death in their buildings uiped out in the street all night in a avy Wn, Tho air was filled with debris, and tho nd blew so fiercely that many had to chor themselves" against trcos to pro'-n-t being; blown, away. Four giown tho great loss was on the island settlements along tho Gulf Coast and tho bayous leading to it. Tho country thero is mainly sea marsh, almost destitute of trees. Tho highest point is only seven feet above the sea level, and tho greater-portiois scarcely thrco feet above. When, therefore, the storm piled tho waves up 15 feet they swept over tho ma;y otheb dkatiis islands and ridges or Cliemio carrying Iu the immediate vicinity of Pointe a everything before them. la Hacho there arc other deaths reported l'KKVlOl'S IIOItnOBS OUTDONE. and 13 others in tho country bolow. Ii Thero havo been several similar disastis probable that tho mortality will bo ers on the coast. At Lost Island, where greatly increased when news is received 280 peoplo lost their lives, and .at Johnfrom settlements on tho Gulf ston's Bayou the loss numbered 220 six Coast, below Pointo n la Macho, in tho years ago,, hut Monday's disaster fur surorange country of Louisiana. Tho crop passed thcsoln horror. was ripo upon tho trees and about to bo Tho uqws ))as conio in slowly. Monharvested. It was completely destroyed day it was known that the tho storm had in tho storm, with a loss of $350,000 or been very destructive in riaqueralne moro on this singlo item. Parish, and tho loss of lifo was estimated The crops in tho orange frarns of Brad-is- h as high as 35. Tuesday tho news came Johnson, tho largest in tho South, of the destruction of tho Bayou Cook sethad boen sold to a fruit dealer of Ifew tlement and the deaths wero thought to Orleans, Mr. Oterl, for $05,000. It is said bo as niany as 250. Yesterday camo in that thero is not nn oraiio loft on the quick succession tho nowM of the disasters trees, and it is tho saiho all tho way at Cliemio Canunada, tho largest fishing down the coast. Tho loss is very heavy settlement on tho Gulf coast, at Grand in other crops and properly, but the Islo and other points and the mortality news is too vaguo yet to form estimates is now estimated at 2,000. It will probaas to tho amount. bly oxceed this figure when tho full record is mado up. ' STOIIV Of TIIK 8TOIIIII. The deaths are confined to two parishes, Over 2,000 Killed and 5,00(),000 In Plaqueujino and Jeflerson, and aro more Property Lost, of this total white poputhan New Om.EANS, La.-- , Oct. G. Nearly lation. Tho soriously wounded are low 2,000 killed and $5,000,000 of proporty in Hinnbpr; iu fact tho severity of tho annihilated is tho record of the great storm was such that It required a man of tho fintst physique and in jierfect condiGulf storm in Louisiana. Thero has never been any thing approx- tion to livo through it. imating it sinco tho country was settled. THE WEAK AND CHILDREN ALL KILLED.- More than half tho population in tho Tho weak and injured wero all killed, region over w liicli tho hurrlcano swept and in the scttlomenU wherd tho storm was worst not a singlo child survived and is dead. very few women. Tho survivors are tho Everything is wrecked and not one house in ten is left standing, while tho young men in tho vigor of manhood. Burvivorsaro left in tho most destitute Not one of them hut has a torriblo story condition, without food or even clothing, to tell; not ono but is badly bruised and for most of them wero sleeping in thoir injured. Thoy.eBcaped mainly on rafts beds whon their houseg'wero crushed by or logs, floating for 20 to 00 hours in tho water vith tho wind at 115 miles au tho wind or tho waves. Moro than a dozon relief expeditions hour. DESOLATION, went down from New Orleans yesterday These towns and settlements extend to distributo food among tho survivors, somo of whom had had nothing to cat along tho Mississippi from Pointo n la an appeal Was Ilnclie, 45 miles below New Orleans, to sinco Monday, and y mado to Collector of Customs Wilkinson tho Gulf on Bayou Buratara and tho to lot the revenue vessels pick up tho oyster reefs liotweon thero and the uioutii of tho Mississippi and tho islands survivors orcatry aid to him. stretching from tho Missippi to tho main OVEn 1,800 KNOWN TO UK bead. Tho known, deatli list is already abovo land at Chomelo Cannnadn, Bay St. l,800,and that covers only a portion of Louis and Pearl Itivcr aro in Mississippi. tho devastated country. It is sucli a net Tho great majoiity of peoplo aro whites work of islands, bayous, lakes and and not over 100 are colored. At swamps that it will bo a week boforo tho Chomelo Canunada was a largo Chineso rolief boats can traverso all tho wn y colony engaged in preparing and exportand discover tho full extent of tho ing shrimp to China. St Mulo was setdamage dono. Tha worst, howovor, is tled by Maylays or Manilla men,inll flair known, for nil tho larger settlements erraen. A maj6rity of tho population In have been heard from and it is only the. tho fishing towns were Creoles, Italians, Austrians or Dalsmaller ones scattered along tho bayous Spaniards and and interior lakes that will havo1 to bo matians. A large proortion of them visited. Tho loss of life in tho parish wero engaged in fishing and owned of Plaqiieinino, lying on both sides of tho boaU. Mississippi, has been heavy especially fn J'20 nsniNO vnesKUj lost. At the time the storm visited Chcinele proportion and numbers 123 lives. But persons and several children uro known to have been killed in Point a lallacho, but how many children is not exactly known. Among tho killed are: Mrs. Leon la Tranche, wife of one of the principal merchants of the town. Mrs. E. Lavauders, wifo of a prominent lawyer. rei-ohtefar-awa-y one-fourt- h WIIK-sr-JlE- .I to-dator-wa- UNION STAR. Mr. CharlioCiwliinan is teaching school at Look Out. Mr. D. S. Richardson spent several days in Louisville last week. Mrs. Basil Argerbright spent Sunday with relatives near Lodlburg. Mr. Hubert Brunor was tho guest of Miss Bluncho Frymire last Sunday. Mr. Luther Argerbright and family havo moved to Mrs. Alex Shelhnan's. Mr. Jos. Skillinan, of Clovcrport, was guest of Mr. C. M. McGlotlilan last Monday. Mrs. Abo Allen and daughter, Miss Katie, were guests of Mrs. Wni. Milncr Sunday. Mr. Owen Cunningham came up from Stephonsport "Saturday to visit friends and spend Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Beard spont a fow days this week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1). S. lMchardson. Mr. and Mrs. I), S. Richardson and, daughter, Mary Do, wero the guests of relatives at Preston Sunday. Miss Jesso Iloylo, of Clovcrport, spent tho past two weeks with her sister, Miss Minnlo, at Mrs. O. M. McGlotlilan's. Mrs. It. G. Uicketts, Mrs. I). S. lMchardson and Mrs. J. Severs were tho guests of Mrs. Hardin, of Lodlburg, last Saturday. Mr. Sam Cashman and family, of Now Albany, havo moved into tho house recently occupied by Mr. J. O. Cunningham. Misses Minnlo and Jesso Iloylo and Eliza Brashear and Mr. Os Ilayues attended the Owenrboro fair Thursday and Friday. Miss Sara E. Richardson returned homo Friday after a trip to tho World's Fair and an extended visit to relatives in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. McGlotlilan; Mrs. Jabo Hayncs and daughters, and Mrs. Sara Bruuer attended church nt Baymond last Sunday. A very enjoyable dining was given lost Thursday by Mr. and Mrs II. S. English of Robert's Bottom. The following wero tho visiting guests : Capt. Joo Phillips, Chicago, III., Mr. Jas. Phillips, daughter and Lebanon; Mr. and Mrs. D. 8. Richardson, Union Star; Mre. Hendricks, 'Long Branch; Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Robert, Robert's Bottom. Tho occasion was a success in overy rcfejiect and reunited friends and school mates of former days. grand-daughte- n itpU ippncatira tr WAYNE'S mtjf r.iwJljwUhol :.'; OINTMENTj my 1 iniDUiti l ibmmibi. nrii Mb I Ur. mh. itth. til" a ftot. InUmX j Ikli Mi f drff1u, ur ml a mn ? tt huul. bob. !. ruiuut. ra jr An whiU ftftd bttltkv b wMl for 60 cu. Af- t- uhvinr Hv Addrn Dt, ntfg i iwih r lOlYILlE ! Wffl Ciirrcclly weekly liy I'umphrey A-- l..iufr . Pro. duce LuiiunlsMnii jULrcltanU, ajobicoml hi , bit. Main and Market, LouUwIlc, Ky. Secrets of Dressmaking LOUISVILLK. KY..Ocl. 10 18U3. Shippers should mark all packa;oi pin inly, e with ibipper'i name and address, BUTTKR. Choice, country 20 22 poit-oflic- Medium Common Creamery KflOS. 10 13 .'il Q 10 y Fresh 1'OULTltY. Hem per lb Spring Chickens, per lb Ducks per dosen 15Ji . All the highly prized secret of the dressnuker't art will be divulged in the erle of articles on FKATIIKKS. Prime, white goose U1IXOU 7 8 (a U 2 00 hu 2 75 '. 33 21 35 Mi 3U Old , 1. Home No. duek 11IIJE5. , , & 15 20 a 20 25 Dressmaking to appear in these columns. Green, pood... goou Dry flint, good ury salt, ran 2i (ii 6 25 They Sheep skins teach how to cut, fit, nd make all the difficult shapes Of the day. d Si 80 20 WOOL. , , 25 ffi) , & Get Them and fiave Them. HAY, aHAIN, F13KD. We quote prices on Loulivlllo city wharf to-d- Urease, fine Grease, coarse Merino Ilurry and Cuts 12 6 0u 10 (S in & U 17 OATS No, 2 oats Better-Quini- ne. Strictly choice Choice No. 2 '. M 32 sectThroughout all tho ion tho majority of tho- - people aro in great destitition, many of them being without clothing. Tho storm camo upon them in the night when they woro disrobed, and they havo been in that condition ever since. It had rained all Sunday and tho wind was quite strong, but no ono anticipated, n storm. It was after midnight when the hurricane hrjokc, and it was so suddon that tho peoplo woro unable to get anything. It was impossible to seo a distance of 10 feet away, and husbands and wives stood up to their necks In tho waterall night cling'g to trees and ouly a few feet apart, not knowing where each other wero until daylight. Nino feet of water swept over tho levees when tho sea backed up and rushed ovor into tho river, and continued to do so until tho wator had gono down. Tho tidal wavo then started out llko a mill-raccarrying most of the bodies to sea. o, HAY. 10 11 10 4 36 HUGHES1 TONIC The OM liclUblc, Sore Cute for dood Medium... Good Drlgbt Straw Choice white Choice shelled COUN. , 13 00 50 00 ($ 12 00 00 11 00 74 ( 5 50 (ji) to 40 1 42J4 1 OHILLS mffl FEVER. Per crate from store HEANS. ROBINSON-PETTET CO., Michigan, hand picked LOUISVILLE, KY. Indiana Nary " Common and colored For Sate by A. II. HSIir.Il, Clovcrport, Ky. Flat and mixed OATTLK. Hates to tho World's Fair. flood to extra rhlpplng Light shipping Call on agents of tho Louisvillo, St. licet Ilutchers Louis itToxiwKttlhwiy boforo purchasing MeJIum to good butchers ... your tickets to Chicago. Direct connec- Don't take any Sututltmci, i tUe. 50c. unci li. lfor Sale by Drugx'5"' POTATOES. Now Grown per barrel From store 2o to 5p per bu higher. ONIONS. Southern and Home from store CAUUAUE. 40 50 2 00 to 2 10 1 25 to 2 25 80 to 2 50 to 1 75 to 1 05 to 1 10 1 1 00 00 00 4 00 3 85 3 40 (5 3 00 00 SO 4 25 4 10 3 05 3 25 FONTS DESTKOVED. nous. tion made with all lines via Louisville. Good service and best of attention shown Choloo packing r.nd butchers.. ......0 4 ,.,, Fair to good to passengers, ft , Roughs For further information, address Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under.3 II. C. MonnuE, bllfcKl'. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Good to extra shipping 2 Louisvillo, Ky. 1 to good...,. Fair A trial will convince tho most skeptical that " C. C. C Certain Cough Curo" In tho grcutcitt remedy extant for the euro LAMBS. Good to extra spring Fair to good 50 00 75 JO At,Fort St. Phillip tho guns woro dismantled. Fort Livingston, u Baratara, ono of the most hoaviiy constructed forts in tho South, is completely destroyed. Nothing is left hut tho lighthouse. Only two houses aro standing at Denas settleo ment and ndno at Bohemia. 300 peoplo living in or around Bayou Cook only 23 are accounted for or havo reported. Of-th- Q 3 25 2 50 4 75 4 50 2 60 ( 4 00 Colds, &c, of Iaurlpno, Croup, Couglm, . CLOVElirORT 11KIAIL MARKET. COBIKCTID WCIKLY. x Apples, per peck, Butter, per pound..,,,,,, Cheese, per pound , Cucumbers, per doien..... , 10 S2U STEPHENSPORT. Men laugh when told that Tobacco Injures them, who, If they wero honest, would confess to nervous headache, fluttering of tha heart, throat disease, disarranged stomach and, a general brcakt ing ii6rfn oi their sysloln! 'HIUVCJiIo-- ' ride of Gold Tablots aro tho only remedy which effects a speedy, permanent euro. All Uruggists sell them. Miss Maud Gilbert returned homo Saturday from the Owensboro fair. Mr, John Warfield, of Clovorjxirt, was in town Sunday looking after his best girl. Mr. David Marshall was In town (Sunday, Mr. Oscar Holder, of Clovcrport, waa Derby, Jnd., which was recently burnt in town Sunday, Miss Leo Gilbert was In Owensboro rt out, is rapidly building up again with a much better class of buldings. 'ow days last week attending the Ur. Cabbage, per head Chickens, each Corn, per bushel,..,.. .....; ,,, ,., ....,.' ....15 $20 10 ,,., 5 ......20'.'5 &5(v8U Duoks, each Kgg Per ilosen New poUtoes, per peck , Onions. perptcV ...2030 String beans, per peek i ,. Spring chickens, eaoh wneai, per ousnei Roasting ears, rer dosen ,.,.. Peache per bushel , ,, Pears Plums, per peek,..,...) Tomatoes, perdoi Sweet Potatoes, per lb. 10 15 20 20 12X($30e, so 10 p. 00 c. 80QI 20(4 75 ,. ,. 20 SQ10 if 'yNr-- v Mellons Canteloupe , 51 0 JJi&lO S r s -- ?r,--r- . , . T7- - v , , . v'yyy"1' " w "ii y Mini miwiipfww mmKmmmmfmmmttmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmm n,, lt ..,..... J ,. mmMmumtmhiiwammmti immmmmmmmmmmm 'i. A?' m &RjMjttMBMHHHH ? THK fecMrcKikv ? &': aa&sf f r e 0BBLELGK1RNRIDQE1 NEXWS, Latest U. S. Gov't Rcroit, v GLOYRRPORT, KY. iV'JW W.MJUf.liMJL fe J Highest of all in Leavening Power. ness It. A "3iev' lM TatfK.'V ttV-- Jiy lWI lM jo C- rMoWAFD s eo. eorYmuMTBD, ui,Br d. maTOM ww '.s SfeffllBrtFP'WgV ' A. iL .sa . J tally. puhumio PoVaI . Baking r his bald pate with his red bandana. ii cry ill grnco from me," Bruco rejoined, as if thinking aloud. "However, thero Is considerable force in wlint yott wy Bjr the way, sheriff," he raid suddenly; as Mr. Mosely rose with a quick glance nt tho sun, naif ntoul to talio his departure, "do you ns coming with n "I'm afraid Cynthia will regard that REAft (OUR TESTIMONIALS H I LL'S I IMIHM1M mUBASTFE A CUKK nnd Invito tlm lnoxt CfiOTTtll lnvMVtimtlnf) nn tootir rratMjnslbll ! lly au thojwerltsof ourTnl'luld. WK ill. 7 A FEW Will completely eclg "Tlmt you nro really BolngT "Certainly." "What for so ns to bo with her?' "So lis to pet homo nnd attend tomy busintta," Bruco replied, Availing tho Tho rirl swept her hair ontof bercyes with a sudden impatient movement and leveled her brows full upon him. "Then sho hasn't anything to do with Hi" sho said, with a look of relief. "Sho will bo in tho party, of course, but that Is not tho reason of my departure," ho replied, truthfully enough. Cynthia was silent) apparently thlnlf- ing. "You'll coraoand seo mo again?' sho said nt length. . "Of courso I will if you wish it." "I do," sho replied frankly. Both wero silent. "Henry Bruce," Cynthia said at last, lifting her" "eyes ttf him with uplcading earnestness, "thcro's going to bo a ball over at San Marcus one of these days, nnd I wnnt you to tako me. Will you do "ytrrjST ABSOLUTELY Despito tho disorder of his dress, ono to dust nnd hard riding, tho small stnrnnr of tho first shaker, his heavy mustache, bald forehpad'und nervonsiiuaflcer tc- vcalcd Shcrift&Toscly pf staleo,' Hrf blow tho few remaining drops of spirit from his hugo mnstachios and tweaked theiu fiercely as ho dismounted. , 'I reckon wo totter tie up till' tho sun gets down n little," ho said to hta companions, "I ain't very well known here, but if thet chap Keraochan is as likely wo a feller iwhis,'ParJbneTfHenij-Brce- , won't get no slouch of n reception. Ye might givo Smithareens a feed of corn afom-y- t -- . . come in M With this considerato suggestion for tho welfare of his mare a long limbed, gaunt, ill favored roan ho unslung his revolvers from his saddle poinmel'nnd strodo away to tho po'ch, buckling on his holster tolt ns ho went. Tho nfturj'oon fcunshlno 'pras slumbering on the broad veranda. A iilr of Scotch greyhounds raised themselves lazily from the doorstoiio and, parked at, tho stranger. Tho quick rustling of n woman's drees and a .vision of fluttering ribbons and flyiiig braids' an the hurried into tho houfo indicated that tho fair Knto had also toen surprised by tho arrival. "Doggone it, thet's a woman all jverl" exclaimed tho sheriff, halting in his tracks and patting tho heads of the logs, who fawned upon him. No dumb miiunl could long resist tho approaches it Ike, much less anything of tho canine ;ype. Ho iKWscssed the true PiKirtsman's touch, and they detected it nt once. "Thct'a a woman every timo;" continued Mr. Mosely, confiding a knowing' wink to the jwsts of tho front gallery. "She's prob'ly gono in to slick up. It's no use though! I'vo toen tryin to Impress It on tho fetnalo sex fur tho tost lurt of a wearin life thet they hnin't no power uatch'ally over tho sheriff of ." rUREy ti rw - k '"NniriolxvlyTKirrii'nlowthet-n,Knl"n- Hoved you o stammered "I gnitw so," the young mun replied indifferently. "That is, if nothing happen to prevent IIuvo you no other otcorti" Cynthia scowled. never saw the timo yet I had to go round togging," sho replied tartly. "Captain Foraker, I reckon, is glad enough to get tho clianco. He's very obliging." Brnco overlooked tho inference. "When Is this remarkable affair to conio ofTr" ho Inquired. "About tho closo of tho spring 'round-uji- V some weeks off yet," sho replied, looking nt him fixedly and twisting tho nntelopo's coat in a way tliat must have been torture. "Cynthia," said Bruce, leaning toward her and looking Into her eyes', "I want yon to promihO mo that you won't let that man take you anywhere. You must know, from what your fnther says, that his company is not creditablo to any young woman much less yourself." Tho girl looked down at tho fawn. "Say you'll tako me, and I will," she stipulated. "I have already conditionally," Brnco rejoined. "I know that," said Cynthia, "but I ion't want any hangiu firo. Aro you thinkin of tnkin that dark girl?"hhoHud-Jenl- y inquired. "Not at all," Bruce answered, "but business might prevent. I muy bo at Tho Post selling my wool. I might bo ick a thousand things might happen. I cannot promise." "Very well," said Cynthia, rising with decision, but with a dixapiointed look. "Neither can I. I reckon I hear your Hwectheart you. P'raps you better to goin." And calling to Aulus and the nntelojx) she whisked suddenly out of tho bower. Bruce returned to tho ranch with a feeling of discomfiture. He had tho welfare of Miss Dallas sincerely at heart. Ho had decided to warn her against the attentions of Captain Foraker, of whoso indiscrimination and heartless gallantries ho had long toon aware. But ho had met with rebuff nnd was naturally chagrined. He found his companions mounted and imiKiticntly awaiting him. Piiil was holding the bridle rein of a small sorrel pony already saddled for tho journey. Bruco delayed only to shako tho horny hand of his host and wave a farewell to tho ebony Amelia, who was standing in tho doorway of her quarters. Cynthia was nowhere to to heen. Springing into tho stirrups of tho sorrel, ho rodo away with the rest, absorbed in his gloomy iff 'I Ker-noch- But u few hundred yards from tho house what seemed to him to to tho loud chirrup of a ground squirrel caused him to look up as ho rodo far in the rear of tho cavalcade. They wero just iassing ti pUo of rocks on tho crest of a western divide. On tho topmost pinnacle of this natural elevation ho caught a gliinpKo of Cynthia heat nl in her gossamer rotos, uu arm thrown about each of her inseparable companions. A light breeze stirred tho disheveled masses of her golden hair, which sho had not yet taken tho trouble to rearrange. She sullied down upon him serenely from tho inaccessible height. Bruce waved her a parting greeting with his heavy riding quirt. As he did so he saw her bend forward ea gerly and with tho rosy tipH of her little fingers fling him u dainty kiss. CHAPTER VII. A trio of mounted men nxlo up to tho Mesquito valley ranch. They wero dusty and travel worn, and tho horses they wero jaded and flecked with tho foam of hard riding. At tho ranch gate thoy halted, and tho central figure of tho group a small man with a slouching heat in tho saddlb removed his distinguishing sombrero and wiped tho inspiration from his high forehead. "By tho Lordl" ho exclaimed, dashing a hard, small hand across his eyes with a quick, impatient gesture, "how the sun glarcH today! Whether it's my beln up so much nights or thet Lampasas whisky, I kin skursely see my hand aforo my faco. Dick, chuck mo over thet flask of 'tarantula juicel' " Thus commanded, the individual addressed ono Mr. Jake Sharp of choleric memory extracted from his ducking jacket u largo tin pocket companion known on tho frontier ns a "silent comforter" and tossed it to )iis comrade. Ho was a big, muscular man of tho herculean typo, and he flung tho flask from him as if it had toeu a feather. Tho other caught It deftly. ejaculated tho first sjeaker, " clearing his throat after throwing his head back and jmrtaking fieely of its contents, "that stuff takes hold whether It's dumagln or otherwise. I feel refreshed n'rendy. Humly Jim, will you "A-nhl- irrigate'" Tho third pariy, uddrebsed by this un- complimentary title, exhibited tho customary frontier alacrity in alcoholic matters nnd reached out a hand moro or less disfigured by scars und "tetters" for the liquid refreshment. Ho was not a prcpossuBsing object, Ills long, lank hair fell down upon his coat collar, His beard was straggling aqd tintriinmed, and his nose was gone that is to say, tho nostrils were there, but only In tho shape of two riftB or fissures in his disfigured face, tho bridge of that distinguishing feature having leen literbullet ally piowel away by a jjri 9 duel t cloje quartern band nnoutitf-I'Il'pttclit'Pnl'.tiniim flirt miliirvt nnmowlint. gentlemen, from the fair sex to more it as easily ns cf it.wero 11 grip back. Let's vitiil Interests,' put. itf, Henry Bnice, "1 'liavo it nt once!" Thus1 urged. Brnco 'stepped' quickly fcjir your are iiot yet over. T surprised Lent Wleksou und his gang this into the house, returning with tho inmorning engnged in ,Uielr old paUino of strument enveloped in n green baize caseT tnlfo mo for u traveling'niin' k'Thl'J-'l-l liog hunting on iny'r.iiige. Tlie hogs they were ijioating tolongctl to Alcldes Btrel chow this time, sure enough," Dilliw cfxl had lisi riad bn". Tlioy laughed Ikeiiosiingtho uttacjiod Hbbon werofOvcr by tho 'soldier's water hole' deftly over his shoulder. "Rather if dangerous ono to interfero 011 tho Twin divides." "Yo don't say!" said Mosely, rising with, though," comiuented Mrs. Ker- upon his elbow excitedly ns ho received . nochan, with a gesture indicative of his Irovolvcrg." contrasting Iptmngely.wlth the this iiit - HigiifixT. tf'ilsj It .possible-iliefellers JuiCjnlthajpMtfiirhey. Suggestion of the tnnibadonrhtiliisback. '"TliiTPilon't tiillv verv well tbcether. must to hnnkeriu fnr a term in jail at The Post, and Loin, I reckon, it Ibokin that's n fact l"j said Ike, glancing dmyn, forward to toin tlio iJririciiKil'fighro in "but I'm equally preiwred now, youfeee, ono o' them 'necktie matinees' thet I've for ieaco or War. Well, goodby, ladies. presided ntinoru Iruqtlent lately than 1 I must to off. It's n 16ng rido" yet tq Come, boys!" and baring bis hov nny uso fur. Leastwise thet's wot he'll hev to attend ef ho keei& on with bald liroW In a sweeping salutation' the sheriff was off til tho gato with his quick, this boss stcalin." "I'm too tuckernl out jest now," con- nervous stride. Jnko Sharp and Humly Jim dropped tinued Ike, sinking back in bis chair with nn air of fatigue, "and my possy is down from tho railing of tho veranda, too badly used up to push things right liko n pair of rusty coated crows which nway. I'll toy. to enter a 'nolly prose-qu- had been spending tho interval in quiet fnr tlio'prPient. But, howsum- and gloomy communion uponFomo conIn spito of the emphatic protest of Mr. over." haid.he, rising up again excitedly venient fence. With bows that were phenomenal for their awkward originalIko Mosely in regard 'to' thoinvulnef-abilit- y andiaying'n'jngnlllctint hand on his "I'll run thet Lent Wiotoon ity they slouched away after their, chief. nffccliojis, it was fprifc of his Thfcro was a leisurely adjusting of noticeable that, having mounted, the down aforo I'm n mouth older, or my gate, a steps, ho took tho opjorturtIty of survey- name s not Mosely. Thet mnn h gettin girth and stirrup at tho rancho ing his warlike undcrsizo in tho short on tho insido track of my moral princi- .hurried scramble into tho saddlo and mirror of tho ranch window and actu- ples by his ini)udeice, and thet's suthitiI ail .nbropt departure. Smithareens. owpossibly Bomo eccentricity ally passed his short fingers through his I won't allow no one to do". Besides, ing to the Btrunge burden her rider bore scanty locks as ho sank down in tho owe thet iruch to Allsidcs himwlf." called for a display of horsemanship Sheriff Mosely" righteous, outburst of luxurious reclining chair. A small hand kerchief with polka dots one of those indignation was interrupted by the on tho part of tho sheriff, which was sound of footsteps nnd voices as Mrs. promptly responded to witli whip and delicate trifles that femininity affects was crumpled up in tho fur of tho great Kernochan nnd Miss Stafford came out spur. This incident awoko tho latent tlieT two depubuffalo robe. Ike took it up carelessly. lupon the veranda Tho usual courtesies hunior.nriil merriment oflaughter, a claties.; It was redolent of a delicate jwrfumo "were exelmngedftho hlnfffiheriff GxhilP tter of Al.lasl, with loud hoofs and an nccotnpanying cloud suggested tho owner. Ho iting nn offhand uallnntry tin meeting and pleasantly w tho ladies which "invariably surprised of dust tho cavalcade got fairly under raihcd it revrently to his lips. "We don't get very much of this biz-ne- those who knew tlm man and tho rough wny. In a few moments their mounted Fur different was figures were scarcely discerulblo amid in our profession," ho tuliloquized, duties of his calling. humanizinnud makes a man re- tho toaring of tho deputies, Jako Sharp tho lengthening shadows of tho valley. "but it's w sty " a to audjfllumly .Jim, who, wero. instantly-b'urprlsUutt. member who ho is." .Chapter vni. that jinpquthnebs. which , . Ho became strangely quiet, und his Tlio gracious springtitno lingered lovhard, steel blue eyes took on u softer look overtakes tho uncultured male animal In ingly in tho valley of tho Colorado. Noas tho faint odor woko it chord of his tho presence of beauty 4indrefiiiement. memory. What was It about j4o scent They descended abruptly yfrqin their where had its advent been more welof thoM) orange blossoms that took him perches, executed tho customary awk- come, nowhere moro nparent its transward salutation and then, climbing back forming changes. Amid weeks of brilback in tho juist? Ho saw nn old plantation house und its outlying fields of corn upon tho railing from sheer embarrass- liant sunlight and odorous breezes and and cotton. Tho moon rosd Boftly over ment, wero ovorcomo by a painful si- tho tuneful improving of mating mocktho bayou, tipping tho low porch with lence and n conviction of being all hands ing birds tho glad days camo nnd went. und feet. From twilight to twilight tho sun smiled black and silver. "You wero speaking of Alcides Dallas benignly down from out tho cloudless Who was that btunding In tho shadow there, tho vines of tho trellis drifting in Mr. Mosely," Mrs. Kernochan remarked, blue, nnd tho earth, tropical with flowpatches over her fuir young face? And sitting down ill 0110 of tho largo old, fash- ers and verdure, accepted gratefully his who that young fellow, Mnall of tature, ioned rockers. "Howls' that que'er old benediction. It was early in May. Tho but lithe and active, slippingiipoii tho man nnd his quaint little daughter? Does year's resurrcctidn was" complete. Tho littln li:iinl it circlet of L'old beneath tho ho entertain visitors as much ns Over prulriodogs bestirred themselves merpalo moon's glamour? Ah, yeb, it.wus lillj with lils bewildering music upon tho vio- rily about their noisy housekeeping and lin?" chid tlio jocund season with their shrill past long ago i i uuru wm u muuu gri-v"Having just returned from u profes Clamor. And even tho dismal violin mound out by tho lugoon which tho "sentinel cypress tree stands over." And the sional visit down in tho lower country, I playing of tho elder Dallas seemed to willows wailed a low dirgo by the hur- can't really say just how they aro gettin thrill ut times with accents of joy. Ono day, ns if in answer to tho old rying htream. It was all gono long ago! on over by the Colorado," replied tho But somehow tho rough sheriff, for all sheriff, with a humorous twiuklo of his man's invocation, tho "Dallas rango" jiwoko to lifo and liniuiatibn. Troops' of IiIh brusqucnesi, found tho sunlight too bluo eyo that showed ho appreciated'thd strong for his eyes again, even ujMm the lady's comment, "but I siipjKise tho cattid thundered through tho little vnl-lodriven 011 by bauds of horsemen, shady veranda, urifl'shlelded them against usual overtures to courtship and matrix lnony nro still in order. By the way, and converging upon a largo pen ut its it with His heavy lrnt brlid. A step on tho porch recalled hhu." It pro yon ladies nwnra that thero is tq to upper end. Tho nir was full of the cries was Henry Bruce. Ho canto toward him h ball given at San Marcus immediately of lowing kino, tho bleating of calves witli nt: outstretched hand nnd u frank sifter thd spring' ronnilttps? It .can't to und tho .shouts of pursuing cowboys. inoro than u fortnight nway, nnd suoh Tho plain was picturesque with tho evo greeting. f "Well, well, Sheriff Mosely, glad to sfio ithdthur opportunity for'a stranger in tlio lutions of tho outriders, goading the teryou've got over ohV way at'last," Jid said Lone Star to witness tho gnyetios df tho ror stricken bands and throwing tho uncordially, with a hearty handshake. jscason is not often afforded. You must erring lasso. Tho advance guard of tho i. ask Mr. ,Brucp, to escort ypu,". turning ''spring roundups" had reached the "Which way this time?" . dwelling of the older Dallas. Tho busi"On tho wy huut now," Mosely re- to Miss Stafford, "A ball!" exclaimed tho fair Edith, ness of branding calves and "cutting joined, returning tho grip with sinews of steel. "Badly done up, too, and gen'nUly who had been leaking against a" pillar of but" tho various owners' property had knocked out by tho experience of tho last the veranda listening listlessly" to the begun. In haste the uged cattle owner thre5 weeks: jf Mo and mytwolebytief (previous conversation, "a genuine fron- discurded his fiddle, resumed his knee tier merrymaking such as I have hoard boots, and mounting his sturdy cdw pony liev been ilbwu on tho stage roartJUyln fur road aL'ints dav and niu'ht. We had bo much about? That is delightful! 1 joined tho boisterous cavalcade. iilghljnfoni'lasland innst see it by all means! You will take But tho days KisseiI drearily for Cyna brnsh witli thia. Sho took no interest in tho varied dono pretty well, uunumlvrJlm Kotja, 'me, Hal, of course?" bullcfthrongli'liis luindraim Jitko Sharp' features pf thojraundup. Thq hursts of speed between tho rival horsemen, tho lost u finger. I ain't been in a bed fur a " i ' exciting chnso of some refractory Bteer, dog's ago." tho skillful cast of tho sinuous lariat, "Any ono killed?" inquired Bruco, tho shock and trinmph Of each sharp enknowing the shet ill's delicate habit of. counter iweuin fumiliar to her indeed, avoiding the fatal details in thesoinld and in which sho herself, mounted upon night encounters. her fleet little cow pony, Imd often "Lessee!" said Mr. Mosely, puttlnghis formed 11 conspicuous figure, compelling head on ono tilde, closing Ills eyes and apthe admiration of these centaurs of tho parently indulging in ,11 sincere effort rein these bIio witnessed with ft listless of memory. "I disrcniemtor exactly eyo or did not regard at all. And if tho whether it was three or five of them felexciting chaso interested lier not, cerlers passed in his chips. I got two, I tainly still less tho moro prosaic 'details know, with thet now self cockin colt's of throwing und branding tho unfortuolo man Dallas givo me. Gcowhittnkcr! nate calves, tho cries bf the tortured catbut thet are a pretty boy to Mioot, tle niid tho enumerating of tho year's inuatch'ally beats tho olo fashion of fillin crease. tho tumbler all to death. Humly Jim (to he continued,) "A hall!" cxilaluictl the fuir Edith. called one chap in with his Winchester the tost lino rtinniu shot I ever seo by 'I ruppoMj so,'" replied Brnco in rather LOOKOUT, good luck it was tho ono who winged (a hesitating tono on being thus directly him. And, Jake, how many did you git, appealed to. "I hoiw won't think Mr. Joo and James Phillips, of Chicago Jake?" ho inquired, as tho two dojmties mo rude, Edith, but tho fact is I have and Mr. Hnrvo English, were, tlio guests of lounged slbwly ttp.the steps of the porch already part way committed myself in Mr. E. French last Thursday. :. (regard to that affair." nnd iicrched ton tho low railing. Mr, Charlie Cashmnn, of Union Star, "None said Jako sullenlv. ''Notf'a' "And to whom, pray?" inquired Edith, mother's eon ez I knows on. My hand' raising her pretty brows' in tlio complete- commenced his school at Lookout Monwas iMccinii so iiKu an possessed mvp 1 ness of her surprise. f.'What siren has day week, Ho is an extra good teacher. anticipated 1110 in this request, I should hedn't any use fur a Mr. Arjhur Mattlngly passed through Ho exhibited the stump of his finger, liko to know?" our neighborhood, enrouto for the Bot"Oh, it's 11 Itttlo favor Miss Dallas rebandaged in ft bloody rag. Itwaanow apparent that Humly Jim had also suf- quested during jny visit there," Brnco tom Bcliool, and wo nro glad to Bay had fered In the night encounter. His left resjionded carelessly enough. "I'm sorry Biiccess. Mr. Walter Stiff, of Hobort's Bottom, these engagements conflict, however. urui was worn in a sling, "Ef this yer fooJUhness continners ,". (Whatdoyou think I'd totter doabout It? is wry low with typhoid fovor. "Do ubouU.tjreiurnod Miss Stafford, remarked Mr. Mosely in a disgusted wjth n jiroud 'toss of her head. "Why, tono, surveying his Wounded subordinates, "tho gals in this country will hov you'll tiike' ino' of couree. You'll write to put on their spectacles t0 find a sound, Miss Dallas n note I'll write it for you ublobodled man into If". They ain't M HV, too much bother In which you'll Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. u fightin niun in Oskaloo (tot's" go f tho, nay that your first duty Is with your u"erago nllowauco of fingers and tote,' guest, and tha sho won't release jou nnueir any circumstances. I won'tl I When Daby waa alck, wo care her Cartorla. Some's wi'houtoarsVftnd thGy's 11 tew"--r chuckliim toftlv to liitdself "nz'if )osIn think tliat disposes of tho matter very When alio wa Clilld, she cried for Castorta, their hair, but O'e jiwjerity o' tlwm.oio latisfnctorily," she concluded, with 0 When alio became Mi, aha duns to CaatorU, certnln triumphant sjnljo of superiority When abe had marrlod." y Children, aha care them Cast oris. As tho sher'AT conclttded .ho gravely which would hayo charmed tho absent locks'.: and rubbed Cynthia had aha been privileged to wit uncovered hl scanty c y' y, jHurnljrJini wlthaBpasm of merriment llsVafcvolcut as the laugh of n hyena. "Not much!' Bitid the sheriff shortly. other favor, Tm hero to Uo ifr "Xo message js necessary thnnksl" "They was a cnl orco who, was. a little eoft on tne, nnd fIio s.iidjtq nf I 'Oil, ljqw, Brici rejoimil ill rathe an eu)pUitic tone, I wish I lied yqur halrr I. hed moro oj abjuut "and 1 fJyl natural reluctance making the request I do. The, fact tho article then than I liuvq rtfow,' 3Ir, Mosely remarked iiiiologctically. "Slu la I think n guitar would to such wcather-totsaid thet from it spirit o' gtvh, I reckon en banjo Iiss Dallas iiogsessea' that I iV all tho same', yo know. but mcanin should liko to send hcr,myown. Itbiikf Howsumover, I didn't cotton. I thet gnl to hov designs 011 mj with her knowledge Of tho banjo, she .fnturl8tatt,;inil.rr:'onutLId.glveJieg.L JSSiU jrvadlbulgarii to.pJay uiion,lt. . Bnt, hint thet I wan onto it. 'Sal,' boz I, 'ye it's an awkward thing to carry in the , can't hev my wsalpjiionow, much as ye Kaddlc, sheriff." j. .1B..!sk2fr C1inir,fi ltn.1 tnttnlt 4rt BnV to'tBless yonr.BOnl, man,; dpn'tlqt that' worryjyiiur cxchtlmed Mr.3I(Wely;d!ef Tto3neurtcr fhet " f thero'Sastrnplir y. way,'' Mosel' replied. "l was utont say, ladies, that I regret professional duties wllljiinivcut tny offering my jreonal Eerviceoin tho prccntamergicy." Tho sheriff bclougviljotliat recognized qlas of individuals wlnvw vocabulary with their Hunoundiiigs "But that being, unfortunately, out of the qucstioUrtMr. Bnu.evlf. I "'Weilfi uo v. Happen ,..?? tonemuui'iiHn to vSi . . tlm patient, by the ago of our SPECIAL FORMULA QOLD CURfl TABLETS. 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H11MIMIIMI uiock. usmi wA :- HARD TIMES OVER -- : The "luascB;') mill Ik in tho neighlwr-hood- Mri ToeEt Lydna wchti jo;fjiilsvi(le, GOOD last neck. lJorn 'to the wife of Davit! PotbJ, nn j eleven pound boy 1 Will havo 'to admit it if they will visit our store andBOO lie imMr. V. A. Joly vniit to Glendenno mense stock of Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes marked jit tho last week. W. D. Wilson virited' lelativcfl In' reasonable Mr. LouiBvillo-lagt-woolc- . . TIMES ARE HERE CHRONIC KICKERS - nil! be If ft when yon statt to tlip.Sand, viipb. J Look out girls or Rome one ' Mrs. Hilary McGnry and daughter, Mattio, vishiedi her sister, Mrs. Bettie Miller, uoar Hanlinsburg Slinday. , . Miss AnnioWhefltley.'of Ilbclt'Lick, is tlio guest pf ,lier cousin, Miss Clara Crows. 'n J3 ,-3- fl $cL to take at Glendtane. Miss Lena McGury, of Kirk, was tho gqestrbf be?cousin, Miss Jnkie McGnry Sundays & Mrs. Nelson Jolly visited in Clover-po- rt last week. Mr. James Miller, Jr. and Miss Viola Frank, of Oakland, attended church at ' Coflntif Sunday."" Mr. Fred Allender left for Nebraska,' Thursday, to visit relatives. Ho wiisac- iconipaniea as ur ns ixniisvuie oy Air, Monroe Tate. Miss Ellle McGary has returned homo after a pleasant visit to relatives in the She was Clover Creek neighborhood. accompanied by her cousin, Miss Maud Hendricks. Wo would liko for some onio to explain to us" why Dr. Burcli is "bo fond of the song, "Loren'n." "We'thluk thero aro some in our midst, would not care if he was not quite so fond of it Misses Kllza Lyons, Ma Jolly and Jennie McGary, and Messrs Huston Jolly, Frank and John Lyons, Jr., atnuptials tended tho near Hardiusbuof, Wednesday, Oct. 4th. Mcpsrs Chas. Miller, Jr., Godfrey Ball and Thomas Mller attended the Owens-bor- o Fair. Thoy report a fine time. Miss Daisy Miller will leave, for Louisville. As Misses Flora DeJernette and Annio Jolly iwero returning from a rido Sunday afternoon their, horses scared aud throw thorn. Fortunately neither wore serious-- : ly hint, Tho "At Honrl" given by'Mr, nnd Mrrf. Miller Saturday coning, was enjoyed yery much by the following party : Misses Kflio and Jennie McGnry, Eliza LyonB, Etta Ball, Lela and Annie Jolly, Settle Wilson, Viola Frank nnd Lillle Jolly ; Messrs Nelson nnd John Jolly, Jrs. Frank and John Lyons, Godfrey Ball, Clios, Ben, Alvln, Eli and Forest Metier, Huston Jolly, Elinor Downs, Fred Ah lender, Monroo nnd Taylor d'ato. chnrgo of Prof. Frank Lyons his school lEVERY DEPARTMENT- - CHUCKED 1?ULL RTICLB MARKED DOWN 86TEVEUY It will pay any one to come in, just to seo if they can't huy. , , Come eorly as you can to avoid tho rush. I I riXow Prices World's Fair IT BEATS THE y t 1 i J. Geo. Yeakel & Co., ! tne MMiU r Jlntla. Art. ourl nllf ours., .tlorillnr niffB en ocIukb, KaUMiallM, Claul. l n4 M4erm l.ftKf user. Tech.r telectM Uttm the l.adinr Coll uuralaro. . UBi.r nitlrs. Art Scboots nd ConMrrttortes mumc WIUAIIV1 HnAbl ur llalldlnra imrire Bad wrii.ianii.RN, Ariianu. f l Acrrt, ; JCC3-- J rT-Ailarcu V. Sr. I "Y BRANDENBURG, KY.1 ' hi. MTJ V, fro'l, "Miller-Hendric- Mrs. Mina l'atc, of Clover Creek, visited her sister, Mrs. J. W. Wright, a few CllirUITCOUKT. Convenei at Uardintburg second Monday Ip days ago. Mrs. Fate is in bad health. 'Vi February May and Ootobr. T. U. McCeath; 7uJgo,vLcltchCe(i, Ry. Mr. J. W. Wright waa run over" by a Weed S. Chelf, Commonwealth's Attorney, cow while milking' and Bprained his Ulliabethtown, Ky. anklo very bad, so that he 1ms to walk Yt.OtIlabbag", IalteVpIqmi(loner JIar dlmburg, Ky. with canes. F. K.HhoJei) ShetlfT, McDanloJij Ky. Tlie Republicans hurrah for Blanford Charles Miller, llardlnaburg, Ky, W. r. Ramsey, Oloverport, Ky. nnd Democrats hurrah for Gross and the W. S. Cart, Union Star, Ky. Third Party is all dead. R. S.Bklllman, Oltrk, Ilardlnsburg, Ky. Frank Ueayln. Snrreyor, Cloverport, Ky. , Success to tho Nnws, John Slaton, Jailer, Ilardlnsburg, Ky. COUNTY COUKT Convenes third Monday tn each month. conAll the talk iu tho world will-no- t Thomas AdklssonJudgo, Ilardlnsburg. Ky. vince you bo quickly as ono trial of De- -. Milton Hoard, Attorney, Ilardlnsburg, Ky. John E. Monaroh, Clerk, Ilardlnsburg, Ky. Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo fpr scalds, ' uuAiirr.iti.Y couitr. burns, bruises, skin affections and piles. Convenes fourth Monday in March, June A It. Fisher, Clovorport,,Witt & Meador September and December piAKIVTiatlAL, DISTRICTS. Hardlnsburg. IliRDiNSBuna. Courts on Wednesday succeeding the first Monday in March, June Sep- DIRECTORY. f MT, JOSEPH. OwensborO Fri- WlilieTfnluswentto n ClovebFobt. Courts Thursday succeeding the first Monday In March, June, September and Decembor. Magistrates, Dudley and Joseph Mullen. Constable, Thos. Keenan. Cloverport City Court. Civil terns first Monday In March, June, September and December. Mayor, Charles Llghtfoot. Marshal, James Hambleton. MoDakkli. Magistrates, Henry R.Pean, Rock Vale; Sam W. Parsons, MoDanlels. Conitabln, Ueo. W, Burton, Ruth. Courts at Rock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Monday in March, June, September and December, and at McDaniels Tuesdays alter the seo. ond Monday in said months. IIuDsoxviLLi. Magistrates, Qcd. Ilarned, Custer; Henry C. Drne, Hudson. Constable John Nevltt, Constantino. Courts at Hudson-vlll- e on Wednesday succeeding the second I'rom another Corrctpondcpt. Monday in March, June, September and DeTIo health of the neighborhood is cember, and at Custer on Thursday following John Carter, Allen Black, Herbert the same months. generally good, exqe.pt Mrs. Johti Bland Bewlkvvilli;. Magistrates, Riley Dowell, and Mrs, John Frank, wio are both Tinius, Fred and Gus Reldel and Miss Spring. Fredrica Reldel wero the guests of Jesse Irvington; 0. C. Martin, Big Bewleyvlllt on very low. John Ptiest. Courts at B. nnd, Mary Weatherholt, Sunday oven-l"t- f. Friday succeeding tho second Monday in Protracted meeting commences tlie March, June, September and Deoember, and at fifth Sunday night in th's month at JolWebster on Saturday. ly's Station. Mrs, Jacob Clnyber, of Louisville, is Umion Star. Magistrates, James J.Seyen, Union Star John W, Jarrett, 8tephensport. Mr. II. I. Bland nnd others attended visiting friwids and relatives hero and Constable, Jabei Haynes. Courts at Union tho blgcolt show ut Fordsvillo Saturday. llito'ri Run. Star on Wednesday succeeding tho third Monday In March, June, September and DecemMr. G. J. McQuady has returned homo Mr. nnd Mrs. Jake Miller nnd family ber, and at Stephensport on Thursday, from a visit to his brother. visited relatives in Cloverport Sunday. FISCAL COUKT. At Ilardlnsburg on Fine weather for sowing wheat and Miss Jtosa MillerAllen Black, Herbert Monday In April and Tuesday after the first October. people seem to bo taktilg advantage of it. Marjon Weatherholt, of this Ham-blet- day iiigh't, Mr, J. II. Carter left for liis homo nt Moweaqua, III., Saturday. Mr. Era Lamb, of Tobinsport, was here Sunday. Look out girls Ezra is all smiles. Widowers as a general thing mean business. ., Miss Minnie Adams, who hat been 111., for viBitlneirela'tlves'at'Moweqnu, several weeks, returned homo Saturday. Dr. White and 'Miss Gruce McCoy, of $tephenaport, paid us a flying visit one day last week. Mr. Horaco Squires went to Tobinsport Sunday to seo his daughter, Mrs Agnue. tember and December. Magistrates, Ben T. Milter and Lum Illaok. Constable, Lee lllsh-oIlardlnsburg City Court. J. B. Ilusbr, Mayor; Dent Brown, Marshall Vt 0. Attorney. City Court, elvil terms, first Monday In Manh, June, September and December. p. Bab-bag- e, bushels of wheat on foutteun acres, with 8Q lbs. of r bono meal and bushels of wheat jer acre. Whp can heat it? Mr. K. II. Kingsbuiy, of Cloverport, built Mr. J. W. Wright the best and inoet convenient dwelling house in this county. Tlie corn crop is much bitter in this neighborhood than people thought they comuionced cutting to sow wheat. Mr. J. W. Wright has lino seed wheat for sale. Mr. Kick Green is round selling fruit trees. Mr.AVni, Frank 'has got his saw-mi- ll and c&rn.iiiaHherreadyfor work at Jol' ly's Station. Mr. James 1'uto has sold his interest in Iioubo and ot to Jus. Mason, Jolly's Station, Mr. 202 three-quartebo-fo- re J, W. Wright made Tinliia ami place, nnd Miss Minniu Boultiughotise, of Addison, attentltd tlio fuir at Owens-bor- a We understand that Thursday. Allen won a pocket full of knives inching rings over them nnd that Marion was so taken with tho races ho came vtry near miming tho train and, that Miss Minnio and Miss lha rodo on tho Hying Dutchman most nil day nnd thought thoy were suro enough in Chicago when they wero looking at.tho steretopleuj views o( tho Worlds .Fair. If you can afTortl to bo annoyed by sick headacho and constipation, don't uso DeWltt'fl Little Early Risers for these llttlo pills will euro them. A, R. Fisher, Oloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinflburg. W. .L. DOUGLAS Do yoj wear them 7 When next In neeif (ry 3a riBkir" OnVPaS. smiiiiiiiia' WILL NOT KTP. Best in the world. $5.00. .00 TK Z50 H4.Q0 aM1' v t pair. t . a?TJ3 i.xm 3.50 42.50 HULukijal IU0O muwts l.7 bHsy ran boys ?i.7 12.00 2.25 $2.0 D. FOR fi IfywiwartaflM DfiESS SHOf; nwdo la tt Matt itvles, dot.' pay $6,to $8, try my $3, $3 JO, $4,00 or 55 Shoe. They fit equal to custom made ami leek and wear at welt. If you with to econemlwlnyourfcotwear, doiebypcrehMfnir W, L. Dough Sheet, Heme price stamped oe the bettem, Uk for It when yen bty. 'W.I DOUGLAS, Broekton, Hmi. Sold by ' tai ti Job' Printing of every disoription finished lit the highest style. Koraale'liy W, , II, Howmcr ic Rett, ClvererC, Ky, tTSW '1, T THE. BREOKBNRIDGB WWWWJl y Yeast at Sulzer's. Rapid firing guns Sulzer's. A sure gamo killer Sulzer's guns. Something now every day Sulzer's. Gutters and Spouts made to ordt. . The barber shops were nil closed SunKy. day. Write for Prices. Clovorport, Shells for breech loading guns Sulzer's. Several new men have been put on at tho shops. Misa Emma Kosey left Saturday for ii.mii n.V 1UltUVI S.IVUVSJL the World's fair. OLOVERPORT, KY. Seo our lino of light wraps for fall and SSTEetimatcs furnishd on nppllcnti. . winter trade Sulzer's. James Tindall has moved back to this place from Henderson. The father of tho Fair approves of tho AT LAW, goods she buys at Sulzer's. Judge McBeath was in town Sunday Room 47 Trust Building, tho guest of Mr. R. D. Witt. LOUISVILLE, KY. C. II. Bassett has moved to Lodiburg to work in the timber business. Mr. Wilson has very much improved the appcaranco of things out nt the com-etrUl n ULILLUUnilllLIII Tin and Iron Roofing James M. Lewis, Hot coffeo nt the City Bakery. Now pickles at tho City Bakery. Cakes of nil kinds at tho City Bakery. Brownie milk biscuitB at the City Bakery. Try that full cream cheese at the City Bakery. John Hall is visiting relatives in Jeflersonville, Ind. The nicest line of fresh candies in the city at C. II. Reidel vt Co's. J. B. fc'n in ploy and wife, Council Bin IF, Iowa, are visiting Henry Tate, Samplo's Landing, Ind. Mr. Frank Ferry and bride, neo (Miss Violot Miller) returned from tho World's Fair Monday. Mrs. Man' E. Gabbert, who has been visiting her sons in California, has returned to Rockport, Ind. Mrs. J. C. Babbago and Mrs. J. II Rowland returned from tho World's Fair Sunday night delighted with their trip. Tho Teacher's Association of tho Clovorport Magisterial District will meet in tho school building, this city, Saturday, Oct 21. Program next week. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Castlo returned from Indiana Monday. Mr. Castlo is quito weak but is improving and gaining strength as rapidly as could bo expected. New brick pavements are being put down in front of the Mattingly house, M. Hnmman's, D.Hambleton's nndW. L. Beavln'a on Wall street and Dr. Light-foot'- s on High street. Dr. A. A. SlmonB, C. W. Sntterfleld, Alvin Simons, Dr. S. B. Adkisson, Jiw. T. Skillman, FiloDellnven.Orvlllo Gregory, Gpo. Deanc, Henry Wright and Mr. Bush were somo of tho World's Fair visitors from this city this week. There was very littlo chango in tho tobacco market last week. Prices were linn especially on red Burley which advanced J cent over former prices. Holders of Burleys are looking for better prices when the quality of the new crop is better known. Rev. Shelly, the now preacher, arrived last Saturday and preached his first sermon Sunday morning. Ho mado n good impression on nil who heard him. Ho said ho was well pleased with his recept ion by tho members, so there ought to bo very pleasant times for tho Methodists this year. Didn't your merchant do you a favor by giving you credit? If ho did, it is your duty as an honest man, to return that favor by paying him. If misfortune overtakes you and you can't pay don't sneak around and spend your money with somo other fellow but stand by tho man who stood by you when you needed help. ''''''''' AEE ""-- NETWS, il i GLOYERPORT, KY. MfMMVW"V Ladies' Cloaks, Fall Jackets, Ladies' Gloves, YOU SH0ET, C0 Fall Capes, Scarfs. Fall Underwear, Hosiery. w Robert E. "Woods, ATTORNEY Or are you tall, be you big or be you small, we've got the Clothing to fltfyou, and it's Clothing, too, that won't rip when you sneeze, nor shrink up when tho air is damp. We've got the prices right, too made to suit the hard times, and no extra charge for "musio and flowers," because wo don't need 'em in our business. & THE CENTER OF o w O FALL OVERCOATS Now ripe. We've got a big crop. -- Come and GQNSTABLR HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. LEE BISHOP, get a sample. v- y. 4 fcAII business entrusted to my hand given prompt and carelul attention Notes and ac count! collected and prompt returns made. Send me your Dullness. Mrs. Pat Fahoy and family, and Misses Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER .. ? 11, 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES. Guns Sulzer's. Get a gun SuIzcr'B. Dud Miller wits in town Saturday. Overcoats lota of thcin Sulzer's. prices nt Knight's Photos at gallery,. There arc a number of vacant houses in Eastland. Sirs. Clarence Keith is sick with typhoid fovcr. Still going our fancy rapid shooting guns Sulzer's. Mrs. Mary Willing is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sawyer. Fall dross goods now ready for your inspection Sulzer's. Tlio silver crash did not affect tho price of towels at Sulzer's. Still it goes whito frost flour king of all kinds of flour Sulze'r's If you hunt this fall you iill need v gun wo havo them Sulzer's. More of that rapid "get up and hustlo Fleishman's yeast" at Sulzer's to day. It is a matter of taste as well as of color when you buy teas, bo Sulzer's say. Charlie Miller, of tho Cannclton Enquirer, was hero Sunday to seo his best girl. Those intending to havo pictures made should not delay but call at onco at Knight's gallery. Mrs Charity E. Woods went to West View Saturday to visit her brother, Mr. o II. II. Ilenninger. John Warileld, who has been visiting relatives hero for several daysreturned to Louisville Sunday. Nobo Pato has just completed, on his place near Mattingly, a splendid new barn. L. E. Pato did tho work. Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Bates and son Ivan, of Tarfork, havo returned from a visit to Owensboro and Whitcsville. Deputy Sheriff Jesso II. Miller loft Monday for tho World's Fair. Ho will visit Milwaukee and tho Niagra Falls. Dr. Camp, wife and daughter, Mrs. Martin, of Dickoyvillo, Ind., visited Hev. 0..W. Stono and wife, of Tarfork, last week. The best exhibition of hosiery is on a rainy day but speaking of rainy days, don't forjjet to look at those umbrellas at Sulzer's The grocery stock of C. J. Fella was sold out at auction by assignee, Gus Brown, Saturday. J. 0. Porter was tho auctioneer. Bo sure to see our lino of overcoats latest styles in fancy goods good comfortable coats for heavy winter wear also seo tho lino Sulzer's. You seldom over seo a bad crop of corn behind a ten rail fence. Tho farmer who keeps his fences up, gonorally has good crops and is thrifty and prosperous. Miss Bessie Jarboo; of this city, and Miss Ruth Stcrett accompanied by her father, Mr. John II. Storett and Mr. Edward Brashear, of Hawesvillc, loft Sunday for tho World.s Fair. ' Next Saturday is pay day for al. teachers in tho county. The' money is already in tho hamlsof Commissioner Miller for that purpose Tho pay roll amounts to a little over $8,000. Tho city council at thq last mooting elected Mr. Eugene Haynes to fill tho vacancy mado by Mr. Ferry, who resigned somo timo ago. None of the present board, wo understand want to bo reelected. Times are certainly gotting better. Sam Bcavin was in t wn Saturday and purchased two now saddles. Sam says ho don't owo a dollar in tho world and is tho happiest Republican in Brecken-ridg- o county. Thero was a big crowd of peoplo at Ilardlnsburg Monday. Tho merchants all report a good business and tho News had its share too. Wo added a number of now subscribers to our list and received a big list ot ronowals. There are lots of goods in this town. Wo novcr saw tho fall stocks fuller or more complete. Tho prices aro right too. There is no reason why our merchants shouldn't enjoy a good amount of trada and thoy can with tho proper amount of advertising. Every mtrchant in town that has a dollars worth of goods to sell ought to make known tho facts. Advertise, and do it in a way that will attract o attention abroad. Real livo merchants ueo tho newspapers and dp it successfully. One firm, two firms, threo firms can't do it but all can. Tho columns of tho News are open to all. You can tak to thousands oi purchasers not only in this city hut in all tho neighboring towns and country aroundr tho-schowide-awak- K. . Bf Mamie and Jessio Sample spent lost week at the fair. Secure your photos whllo you have the opportunity, at Knight's gallery at Clovcrport, Ky. Mrs. S. R. Berry, Mrs U. G. Hill and brother, James Penner spent Friday at tho Owensboro fair. Ladies, don't miss tho sight of looking through our line of fall and winter wraps and cloaks Sulzer's. Harry Roth, of Louisville, was in town Saturday and Sunday. He has an engine on tho Louisville southern. Miss Blanche Frank, of Tobinsport, Intl., has gone to Nowburgh, Intl., to spend tho winter visiting friends. F. T. Heyber, tho popular landlord of tho Heyscr house, spent a few days last week at his old homo Leitchneld. Tho Patton Brick works closed down for tho season last Saturday. Nono of tho plants here are now in operation. Love may laugh at locksmiths, but if ho goi fastened with ono of Sulzer's padlocks ho would admit ho had got caught. John Powell, who has been n composi tor on tho News for sovcral months, returned to hi8homo at Brandenburg Monday. G. W. Gosuell, a Louisville street contractor, was hero Saturday and purchased 400,000 brick of tho Patton and Acme works. B. F. Parr, of Mooleyville, is teaching school at Manchester, III. Ho is doing well and gets a salary of 500, for n session of eight months. Tho magistrates present at the Court of Claims last week all report, with a few exceptions, good crops of corn and tobacco in their respective sections. Mrs. C. A met and Mrs. W. O. Allen went over to Glcndeano last week to seo Mrs. R. II. Moorman. They report her condition very critical and her recovery doubtful. Geo. Jordon was showing hist week a Florida persimmon that had been on exhibition at the World's Fair It weighed eleven ounces and measured eleven inches round. It looked liko old times in this rity last week to see a number of Ilardlnsburg wagons going out with big loads ot goods. Thoy wore moving Kayo & 's stock to Hardinsburg. Misses Maudo Willis and Bettio Bow-me- r, two of Cloverports charming belles, passed through our town on their way to tho Fair at Owensboro not the World's Fair. Hawcsvillo Plaindealer. Ho-bin- JUUU OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIERS, I o u ATTRACTION SULZER'S BIG B o o H INTER - k CO., H "WHITE HOUSE." CORNER THIRD AND MARKET, - LOUISVILLE, KY. p o J ft H Linens, Toweling, Wash Goods, CIRCUIT COURT. A LODIBURG. Miss Dee Bash urn attended Raymond church Sunday. Mr. A. M. Hardin brought on a largo stock of good last week. Most everybody of this neighborhood was at court last Monday.1 Captain Gross can stay at homo nnd beat Charlie two thousand. No chanco for Charlie this time, Gross will havo an easy timo of it. Rov. Martin preached quito an interesting sermon nt Raymond last Sunday. Quito a crowd at Lodiburg last Saturday at tho new millinory store of Payne & Hardin. Mr. W. A Gibson nnd family was at Raymond last Sunday and took dinner with Mr. J. F. Claycomb. Mr. Auston Brown, of Now Albany, was visiting his sister, Mrs. Cyuthit Payne, of this place. Miss Bobbio Hardin attended church at Raymond lost Sunday and took dinner with Miss Addie Claycomb. Mr. A. J. Keys, Sr., fell down tho stairs ono night last week and bruised himself considerable, but no serious hurt. Mrs. Bettio A. Ricketts, of Union Stnr, was visiting her sister, Mrs. Nancy B. Hardin, of this place, last Saturday. Mrs. Molllo Richardson and Mrs. Fannie Severs, of Union Star, wore visiting Mrs. Nancy B. Hardin last Saturday. Mrs. Georgia Hardin, of this place, was visiting hor father, Mr. Alex Hendry, of Raymond, last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. John II. Hampton, of Ilardlnsburg, was visiting Mr. Joo Stowart, of this place, lost Saturday and Sunday. Miss Bettio Payno and Mr. Thos. Robertson, of this place, wore visiting Miss Emma Seatqn, of Now Bethel, last Saturday and Sunday. Aro broken dovm from overwork or household cares rebuilds the system, aids digestion, removes ex cess of bile, aud cures malaria, act tho genuine. FALL STOCK! Dress Goods, Silks, Woolens, O PP- Large Crowd Present. idates Announce. Over Cand- Murray and Minor Have a Littlo Tilt a Silver Resolution. Why Is He So Irritable? This question is often heaad and nearly as often unanswered, It is not always remembered, as it should be, that the occasion of nnd instability is often to bo found in the physical condition of tho persons affected. What is tho uso of trying to "harmonize" a man whose liver has gone back oo him? If a man is tortured with rheumatism, how can ho bo expected to be nffablo and agreeable? Can a confirmed dyspeptic bo expected to bo cheerful and always ready to toll a funny story? Tho only way to removo tho difficulty is to got at tho cause. Dyspepsia, rheumatism, impure blood and liver troubles yield to Hood's Sarsaparilla; this is why it is an effective tranquilizer, a peaceful messenger and a preventive of domestic quarrels. er Circuit Court began in Hardinsburg Monday. His honor Judge T. R McBeath presiding. In tho absence of Mr. Cholf tho Commonwealth's attornoy, Mr. Graham, tho County attornoy of Grayson county, was apjiointed Commonwealths attorney pro tent to net during tho term. Tho grand jury is mado up as follows: John R. DoIInven, foreman ; Harvey Brumfield, Marsh Mercer, J. B. Cunhingham, J. T. Compton, Eli II. Dean, McFrymiro, J. T. Drane, Thomas Payne, A. R. DeJernette, Robert A. Smith and G. F. Parr. In tho afternoon tho candidates for tho various offices were present nnd mado Hon. Charles their announcements. Blandford and Gen. Gross for tho State Senate. Mr. Jonas Wilson, Miko Miller nnd John Slaton for Representative. Mr. Wilson represents tho Republicans, Miko Miller the Domocrats nnd John Slaton tho Peoples party. All of them premised to slump tho county in tho interest of their respective parties, in accordance with a regular list of appointments to bo made out in tho future. Mr. Andrew Driskcll, tho Republican candidate for County Superintendent of Schools, nnd Mr. James W. Miller tho Democratic candidnto for tho samo office were present and mado their announcements. When tho candidates were through Mr. D. R Murray aroso and offered tho following resolution and asked tho Democrats present to adopt it. Tho resolution read as follows: We the Democrats of llrcckt'nrldjjc county happening to be present at the Court House in llardlnsburgon tee first day of Circuit Court take the occasion to express our confidence In the honor and integrity of Grover Cleveland and John . Carlisle and to give expression to our confidence in their ability, In their respective offices, to plan and conduct the financial policy of the Government for the best Interests of the whole people and we pledge them our support in their ejTbrtu to that end, and wc disagree with nil those who oppose them in their desire lor the repeal of the purchasing clause ot the Sherman Act. Blankets. Cottons. SHOES ! BOOTS Wo arc so situntcd so as to please SHOES ! 'Tis sweet to love, but, oh, how bitterl To love a girl whose shoes don't fit her. s!E both 23? along this lino. Buying our shoes direct from tho manufac- turers, wo feel assured that our goods will come up lo our guarantee. Twenty years of ex- perience has given us twenty years of success in tho shoe trade of this countv. Wo havo somo brands of shoes which wo havo been carrying for a quarter of a century, Many Persons and wo see no reason for changing. Thoro aro men in this county twenty years Brown's Iron Bitters old whoso first shoes were tho Newman Washington. October being a month sacred to hymn wherein Cupid immolates numberless victims on tho altar of love, our quiet vicinity was vivified by tho light of his torch on tho 4th inst, who'll nt tho beau-fu- l country homo of tho brido's parent, near Irvington, Mr. A. II. Newman and Miss Mary E. Washington wore united in the holy bonds of wedlock. . Rev. W. II. Williams porformod tho ceremony in tho most imprcsslvo manner. Promptly at half post threo the strains of Mendolsshon'a wedding march vibrated on tho air, tho sweet strains of tho music according witlt tho subdued light of tho chandoliers, tho brido nnd groom marched to tho center of tho room, whoro tho words wore pronounced that mado them ono. After tho ceremony the bridal chorus, from Lohengrin, was played by tho Rov. Grant S. House The brido was attired in n traveling dress of Havana brown cloth, carrying a boquct of beautiful pink roses and ferns and was a vision of loveliness, all rad-ied with her happiness. Tho groom was, attired in tho conventional black, ond' was apparently conscious of having won a choice prizo in life's lottery. Mr. and Mrs. Washington being noted for their hospitality on this event ox orted themselves to mnko tho day ono of enjoyment for tho many friends and relatives assembled to do honor to tho occasion, Tho bridal presents wore elegant and to numerous to mention. I will only speak of one which by its exquisite beauty of workmanship arrested tho attention of all. It was tho handiwork of tho brido's aunt Mrs. Jackson Alexander, of Illinois. It was tho perfection of neatness and artistic skill and was wrought by her deft fingers, when in her sovonty-secon- d year. Besides relatives and friends from tho neighborhood, there wore, present from n distance, Mrs, Brown Helm and daughter, Mrs. ', Stephonsport; Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Nowman and Mr. Morrison, Hawt'svillo; Mr. antLMrs. Harry Major, Miss Sallie (larls, Miss Georgia Sales and Rov. Pontiff, Loulsvillo; Mr. Edgar Lewis, Cincinnati Miss Jennio Hardin, Brandonburg. Luncli was served at 5 aud tho biide and groom left on tho east bound train for Loulsvillo, their future homo. X.X.X. nt new-foun- The big advertisement is nlways gotting in its work. It's tho first thing you see on picking up the paper. If ono person has tho paper and there is a dozen others standing around, thoy all seo and read it. W. II. Bowmcr & son are reaching out for fall trade. Thoy havo tho goods and aro not ashamed to make known tho fact to tho readers of tho News. It is not necessary to call 'attention to their ad, it speaks for itself. Thos. Bolder and Harvey Adams havo shop in Owensbought out a black-smitboro. Thoy move thero this week to tako charge of it. Thoy aro good reliable men, flno mechanics and tho News wishes them well in their now home. h -- Bnell $lioe thoy aro wearing Buol shoes. Cannclton is to be lighted by electric lights, six havo been located. She pays $2,250 a yoar saya tho Tolephono for a few drops of water no matter whether the world wags or not. There is nothing wrong about tho system only it costs too much. Tho now bank at Fordsvillo, under tho management of Mr. John T. Smith, Jr., and Ike Q. Aduir has proven quito n success. Tho earnings havo beon largo and tho bank supplies a needed want and will continuo to incrcoso it's business. Hartford Herald. Mrs. Nelson Jolly, of Jolly's station, was in tho city last week visiting rela- Hon. W. E. Minor opposed tho adoption of the resolution becauso as ho said it was a rebuko to several Democratic United States Senators who held different views on that subject to thoso entertained by President Clevoland nnd Mr. Carlisle. Ho Also, objected to it tho resolution read as being concurred 'in nnd ndoptcd by tho Democratic party of tho county when in fact only a fow members of tho party were present. Mr. Murray in reply said ho believed tho Democrats of tho county had sufficient confidence in tho nbility nnd integrity of tho President nnd Secretary Carlisle to rest this matter in their hands. Tho question was then put nnd tho resolution was adopted almost unanimously. rg S wik ifc and to-da- y It was thoir first, it is thoir last, and thoy havo been wonderfully pleased. B. F. BEARD & CO. . ' U - -- l! .4-- HARDINSBURG, KY. J. 0. BOURNE, J. M. HARPER, DANIEL DROOKS City Democracy Moet in Mass Convention to Nominato Judgo Can- didates for Mayor, Polico and Council-men. . tives and shopping. Mrs. Jolly says there is no hard times out her way That the farmers havo better crops than they havo had for years and that there is a general good feeling among all classes. F- - at Tobinsport says Tho thero is not a day passes but there is more or less mail for this city comes to that office and it often takes two or threo days for a letter from this eity to that place to reach its destination. Tho troublo is on tho train, either tho agont don't know his business or ho is very careless. Ho should bo more careful. post-mast- Mrs. Amanda Fisher has mado a wonderful improvement in her place near town. Sho has built soveral hundred panncls pf new plank and wire fence, this is whito washed, and with the clean meadows and wheat fields shows up beautifully to all passers by. Mrs. Fisher has a lovely homo and farm and deserves much credit for her care and management of it, Babbago has a now lino of shirts, Pursuant to n call of the chairman of tho City Democratic Cojimitteo, tho Democrats of this city mot in moss convention Monday night to nominato candidates fotrlho various city offices to bo elected at tho coming November election. Tho meeting was called to order nnd on motion T. O. Tousoy was elected chairman and O, W. Moorman, Jr., chosen secretary. L. G. Gregory announced himself as a candidate for polico judgo and requested that tho meeting be postponed until Friday, Oct. 10. Mayor Lightfoot objected to tho postponement nnd his objection was sustained on tho grounds that thoro would not bo time onough to havo ballots etc., prepared. On motion E. T. Haynes was tho choico for mayor and O. E, Lightfoot for polico fudgo. Tom Sawyer, Henry Solhrig and A. A. Lalloist wore nominated for councllmon from tho First Wnnl nnd F. N. D'Huy, II. V. Duncan and D. Hambloton from tho Second. Tho nominations were all endorsed by tho "Citizons Club." Tho meeting then adjourned. Uhas. W. Jb., Secretary, Buy Your Shirts From Babbage. BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Commission Salesmen of Live Stock OATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE, KY. N "I tobacco.oplum or sum. Intnnltr. fun If;ip0V..,,llp,r,,ox,.a'o.r,"J' b nrnll nreimlil. With n cnrrloUlii ordoFwi Jurufflllstl. AikfarlLtikHnitnthnr. Wrld. rnpfri.n&fu.n.i nf...w .'.V! TiijousiJU AtTsSXiisuT InDlalnwraDoor. AddrossNEltV8Ei:ij :n.. M.,,.,ir,Tin,i- - ...f.vr..',..' rorsalolnCloTeriort,Ky.,br A. Ik riBIIBlt, nnd j V. C. MAUTlN.nrugKlsu. ulants.whlchlradtolnnrmltr.rnnsuniptlonor Wtt ft MANHOOD RESTORED! WXgS-S- . ness,ailaralnsndlo..r.f BoworliiUeiiersllToOrfniis 'of ollhei oxcVuVjd !S -- Why We Do It I Wo aro giving away Finoi db and Engravings in a nico Pastol tf o ramo, also largo Books, such as Life of JamcB G. Blaino, Clevoland & Stovcnson, Stanloy in Africa, Homo Instructor, Guido to Chicago, also a nico Spico Cabinet. Our roason, 1st, Wo wish to express to our Old Customers our appreciation of Staple and Fancy Groceries, thoir patronage. . 2d, Wo hope to induoo a largo and havo tho abovo oxplainod to numbor of Now Customers to trade you with ud, at loast onough to test tho Respectfully, quality of our goods, our prices, P. N. D'HUY, our reliability and our way of doing business, CLOVERPOBT, KY ox-ami- Wo boliovo in entorpriscand advertising, and in using all honor ablo means to inoroaso trado Ploaso boar in mind that wo make no advanco in our prices, but you will find our prices as reasonablo as any ono. Ploaso call and our lino of Watchos, Clocks, Jowolry, Spoctaclos, Silverware, Musical Goods, and last, but not least, a nico stock of . ., WirHlfcW.ltlllpWWWllliiHX . a y.gfrfvnwv,,rrv 8 ' t' .MMMMim.T, i, mh..., nrii,rTiiTrTMinwwwr"inri m iju n iiiiiMMTHWiiwiT'wiTFTiiiMiitTrrTi'TiiT . irra...., rnrr- - i iJFf&zw ' vr'if'i'miHyMwiwiW" '' " Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OCTOHEIt 11, 1893. jr book-suito- 'THE, BREldlrCElRIDQR NElWS, GLOVElRPORT, KY. hi mi ' . . A Romance of tho Sea The hollow oak our palace it; Our he Itagc the sea. lit you havo never read u romance by Clarke Itussell and are longing for a sensation, for u feeling of excitement, fofuh anxiety as to the conclusion of tho whole r not for tho matter, ask your latest, lint for tho tiest sea story by Clarke FIVE HANGED Scv'cn At r ONCE A LETTER FROM CALIFORNIA. Tho Land of Fruits and Flowers. Bon'u, Cat,, Sept. 27.- Mu. Ennou. I presume you noier had a letter from this nlaco before. And as I havo n fow inomcnU to spend in writing I will, give T. itiii.. t.i.... r ii.i f....tir..l -- .i.tl Now, Bonita is the name' and fnieans pretty In Spanish. It is situated In San DiOgo county, add ten miles cast of San Diego. There Ih nearly 226 acres in this ranch, all set out In lemons, oranges, English walnuts', olives, apricots, palms, pepper, peaches, pruhes, pcrlmintJns, pears, plums, figs, geraras, ouclyptus or Australian blue gum. This is Hot nil, herhnps'lt is enough to give pno an Idea what grows here. This placo is owned by n company In Boston, Mass. It. C. . . 1 I ... tfc !.... alien, general umimjjui aim my uiumui, y I seo Geo. A. Norton, foreman. tho men picking lemons, thoy are not like other fruit, for thoy do not get ripe all together, but must bo picked and, cured for shipping. They irrigato this place, there is a largo ilfliirni-tfitlio Swt'Gt Water river wtiero ttio vtator is cauglifand' then pipes laid . ...S.... 1. - i. ! ..i..i..ki-- U ..i ...... wcarry ii iu hub I'lueui.iiKu jhjivd moi aiul'thi'li smaller oiies Just fai they Wed thowatcr. Any thing will grow here. Cally lilllos. will grow out doors all winter, also geraniums all colors, roses of all kinds.1 J think if some of tho Brecken ridge boys nnd girls were hero thi,yi would think it most a paradise for it is so pleasant. 'Tho mountains" look lovely as tho suif pined up in the morning. (The, ocean breezo'ls embracing. 1 haen't time to write ntoro now nt the present, wish I could givtfyou more of n description, of this placo. I think some of'the Garfield pebpld would like to rend this in Jour paper di" seo a "letter from this place. I don't think some of them will have tltnu to read it, nt least they don't find time to write, and as 1 want to hear from my old state and especially our old county home, I enclose ono dollar for your paper which I always read when I have tho opportunity to do so. It always seems liko n visitor from home. I close wishing you nnd your paper success nnd best wishes to friends in Breckenridge county, I am a friond to L. M. N. tho News. To-da- . y. , , A Mjnterlcui C'olnrlilrnre. Woman Suffrage. GIVE Thousand People Witness tho Executions at Mount Vernon, Ga. ; THE WOMEN A CHANCE. In The Hoathonism and Brutism Men is What Keops tho Women Down, KiishcII. Then rend this story of real life: Tuesday tho Allan-lin- e steamer Nebraska arrived in Now York, eleven days from Glasgow. Sho reported she had on board two Mou.nt Vmrto.vj Ga., Oct. 2. 'Anjim-- ) inoiiso coiicjjjursoofj peoplul filled Uliis iq iJi'niiiiiui uiicieiii ncouisii, iojmi witness tno execution of tho flvouiurder-erstwli- o s. justly molted death on J ho iu-ugal-Ibw- What objection can o offer? What can wo give for not allowing worn-fe- n to vote? Is it becauso wo think wo arc, in mind, superior to them ? Do wo think" the God of nature, tho maker and ruler of tho universe, gavo us a superior mind, a superior inteligenco to tho women? Ah, no one can or does think tills. No No one belioves that God made this dif"So God ference. In Genesis created man in His own image, in tho image oj God created Ho him; malo and And God female created He them blessed theiri etc." Now, if God created them equal aud blessed them together. y ? Why are wo not on an equality It Ib becauso men have wandered afar off, and beromo so currupt, depraved and hruithh, that they want some one to look up to him and ask his noblo mind, his superior mind, I almost have said his infinite mind, what can I do to please my master. He wants to be boss and his poor, weak minded wife mid children must stand aiound when ho is by. Thoy must say nothing for lie is about to speak and launch forth some great idea, that the very angles in Heaven have not thought of. Hut I am digressing. Some women know ono will say what do What do about governmental affairs. the men know until they have btudied it some? There are women in the United and I am proud to know States there are, that understands the fundamental rules of the government as well as Cleveland or Harrison or any other man the world has ever seen. Tho best writers we have on tho science of gov have been and are y women. Some ioor fools will say they haven't sense enough to know how to vote intelligently. How do you know they haven't? Give them a chance, educate them, let them know they have a right to help make t o laws, nnd you would soon see what they would do. Head ancient history and you will soon learn that the best governments in the world has been those headed by the women. i.ook at England, one of the best kingdoms wo ever saw. A much belter government than any that was ever ruled by a king. Not sense enough, yet the Irish, German, French, Italian or the Chinese that have been here but two or three days and arc naturalized have sense enough to votu. And the women of our grand republic have not. What is the best sign of a strong mind? His having patience. Franklin once said that a woman's patience never tired, and ho was in favor of woman suffrage. I long to see tho day that women will bo allowed to vote, then wo.wiil havo a good government, a grand government, a noble government. Wo never will until that day comes and the signs of tho times go to prove that it is not far in the distant. Lodiburg, Ky. excUBe to-da- fishermen sho had found adrift in a dory offtlio Grand 'Hanks of Newfoundland. These sailors are not imaginary heroes, but real men answering to the names of Frederick Abbott and Jnnles Pottor. They formed n part of tho fishing schooner Poppy which left Catalind,' Newfoundland, AugustglSqn n Jlslilngcrui.se. ' Early on tho morning of September 18 they left tho schooner in a dory to visit a buoy a short distance away to which Now some of their lines were attached. let them tell their btory as repbrted in tho New York Tribune: "They pulled on steadily for a while, but did not reach tho buoy. Thoy. turned to the right, still no bony; then to the Becoming unleft, but found nothing. easy at Ia8t,jthcy 'determined to return to the Bchooner, only to finil (hat her lights had disappeared, swolldwed rt in the dense fog that had stolen upon them unpreceived. Tliey searched for their ship, and Shouted for help, hut al was useless. ' ' A Good Thing to Keep at Hand. l'roni the I'roy (Kautas) Chief. Porno years ago wo wore very much subject to severe spells of cholera morbus; and now when we feel any of tho symp- toms that usually proceed that ailment, such m sickness at the stomach, diarrlnea etc., wo become scary. Wo havo found Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dhtr-rluKemedy tho very thing to straighten one out in such cases, and always kept it about. Wo are not writing this for a pay testimonial, but to let our readers know what is a good thing to keep handy in the house. For sale by A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt iV Meador, ut "When tho fog cleared away tweUe hours later, they were uttcriyalono'upon the ocean. They had no food, no drink, nothing but the bare boat. To add to peril, the dory, an old miserable ship's boat, began to leak. Hani baling was necessary to keep heralloat. "When the sun roso they saw a steamer's smoke far away on tho horizon. She came nearer and nearer, until it was evident she must pass close to them. The men laughed and shouted for joy. As tho steamer approached they waved their coats and called to her for help. So near she camo that they could see clustered about the rail looking down upon them, so near that they ceased to bale, supposing another five minutes would seo them on board. But the steamer did not stop. Steadily she pursued her way, turning neither to the right nor to the left, and leaving the helpless men behind. "When the fishermen realized that they were abandoned to their fate, they were sei.ed with absoluto frenzy.' " 'For God's sake save us,' they screamed. But tho steamer passed unheeding-l- y on, until her smoke faded away in the north. Wednesday passed in tho sa ne dreary round of baling fordearlifo. The water gained so fast that oven sleep except in broken snatches, was denied them. "Thursday night another steamer passed, bound west. But thoy had no means of making a light, and it was too dark for her to see them. "At noon on Friday, the fifth day after they had lost their ship, tho two sailors were picked up by the State-oNebraska. They had just strength enough to signal to her for help, and as sho slowed down beside their leaking cockleshell, they sank exhausted and senseless in tho bottom of tho boat. Hopes were lowered and made fast around their waists, and they were hauled on board, whoro willing hands made them comfortable. So nearly starved were they that only liquid food could bo given them at first. It was several days before they could sit up and eat a regular meal. Thoy havo now nearly recovered." That is tho plain, unvarnished tale; a tale of Cruel neglect, of heartless abandonment, of great endurance and a blessed deliverance for these two men out of nil their suflering. It will bo told time aud again in tho homes of Newfoundland, as that of the Skipper Ircson is told on the shores of Now England, tho talo of "OKI Klojd Ire. (l, for his hunt heart Tarred and leathered and carried In a cart, lly the woiutii of Marbiihcad." Tho crowds jioured in in one continuous stream, sdmc by trains, rjoino by private conveyances, while cconoihical farmers , transported thoir families in roomy couutry wagons stocked with pronftc'r tho visions and forago (6 last-unthanging. Camp fires could be discerned on every road leading to Mount Vernon the night previous. HU'br estimated a that ' ft . . . r over 7,000 people word present, Tho.fivo doomed men were arranged side by side, noose's adjusted and black daps draw n; then with ono pull of the trigger tho necks of all five were broken. In 111 minutes all wcio pronounced dead. J.ucien Manuel, Hiram Jacobs and Hire lire winglan murdered MrAloxauU-eriPetereiuJ- ii mercliArufat Alley;. Tho ninrder.wlif for tho pufpo'so ofi robbery! The murderers were mulattos, and had blacken their faces. This led W tholr'dis'-cover- y later. Jacobs was first anight Ana confessed. A lynching party was organized, hut 6ilicers saved thcnw They belong to a mongrel North Carolina (ribo known as "Shuilletqninns," part Portuguese. Tho fourth man hanged was Weldon Gdrdon, n big black negro from South Carolina. Ho was tho partner of Nick Nutting, the outlaw who was hanged hero on May 20 last. Nutting and Gordon 'were shooting hi n honso at another ncpro named Ncal nnd killed daughter. Tho Nonl's liltlo j ear-ol- d fifth hanging was that of Burse Strickland for shooting and killing another negro named Lochlear, who shot il -'i 5-Strick-jind'sdo- 'n, Tho following strango experience happened to ono of tho liest known fathors in tho llroinpton oratory, und tho uccu-rac- y of tho facts stated tnay Ikj rolled ujioii. Fnth r X. was ono day urgently requested by ti strango womnn to come to n certain house in South Kensington to administer tho sacrnmeiit to n man who lay there dying. Hurrying tbithor with nil possible sliced tho worthy father was astonished to find that thero nt that address at nil. was no sick While conversing with tho scrvnnt, of tho houso camo down stnlr, tho r and on learning who tho Inquirer was nt once offered him his hospitality, wlillo ono of tlio attendant priests should proceed down tho street and endeavor to discover tho rcul houso wliero tho last rites of tlio church wcro required. In tho inenuHino his host informed Father X. that that It was a curious coincidence that ho should havo singled out tb'i number, us ho was himself a Siiirticulnr though ho was somewhat ashutned to rdmlt thnt ho had not been to innss since his mother dlod nnd wiw now ufraid to go. Father X. assured him ho need havo no apprehension, nnd finally porsnaded his friend to resnmo tils church going qn the dayt Tho messenger nt this Ibllbwing nnd declared ho had been tq find any ono lying nt Aoath's door in tlio neighborhood. The iciirch was accordingly abandoned, and hd fattier returned to tho oratory hi mission unfulfilled. ' Tho following day Father X. was again This l tho snmo errand. summoned concerning tho 1 no doubt tlmo thero mansion, but the owner lay dead cro tlio litilo procession entered tho portal. It Was tlio very houso where tho father had eat on tho previous nftcrnoon, nnd tlio lifeless body st tched on the bod was ihnt of Ids Into entertainer. Standing fan ft tablo near at hand was tho mlnln- find Pfitlmr 7T. tVitft 1ha rt lift Startled and nmared td recognlzo in her features thoso of the strango woman who had fotched him to her son tho day before! Catholic American. tiei-sotm-uc- !r.ri ' ' irXJI ARE YOU LOOKING FOR BARGAINS, V W 't -- V-- v yL V t Do you want to save 25 cents on tho dol- lar. IjOgT Wo havo tho goods. Thoy wore purWo nro going to sell thom. chased right. Don't let somo ono toll you' wo give short Wo woight, or that they aforinforlpr gobds. wo lose mpnoy know what wo aro about. If it is our fault, not yours. Having purchased Beard it .Heeler's Btock which wo will sell at grcaU reduced prices, in order to make room for pur lino of ; V. GOODS Which we are constantly reqeiving. 'Don't fail td come and tee us, wo will you thc'ni with pleasure, and make your heart feel good when you buy a pair o our b1ioW -- Fall and Winter h ; ,$115.0 ! Shoes :- - That look woll feol well and wear well, and when you come t) look you will stay to buy, and go away pleased and satisfied, Is the motto of your friends, Dr. Hale's Household Tea Is a pleasant herb drink, which pOstively cures dyspepsia, liver complaint and nil kidney dteeases. Ono doso a day taken at bedtime does tho business. 25 and 50 ct per package. Get it to day at Snort & Haynes drugstore. Littlo vegetable health producers: DoWitt's Little Early Itisora cure malarious disorders anil regulate tho stomach and l'rom the ChtUtlan Advuc itt. bowels, which prevents headacho and Methodist preachers can live tho long- dizziness. A. It. Fisher, Cloverpoit, nnd est on the least and have the most left of Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg. any men in tlio world. Dr. II. C. HarL.. St. L AND T. rison. Methodist Conference Notes. g. a The Value of Water Works. The Staudford Interior-Journsays: "In mentioning tho towns that are without fho protection, tho 'In and About Kentucky' man of tho Courier-Journincludes Stanford, thereby showing he does not keep up with the procession. Stanford has had no largo fire within the last year, und tho several small ones that have occurred havo either been extinguished before thoy did much damago or were not allowed to spread. For fourteen or fifteen mouths Stanford lias enjoyed tho best system of water works of any town live times it si.o in Kentucky, and has a lire company second to none in its promptness nnd ellicioncy. Since experiencing their advantages our citizens would not do without tho water works for several times their cost, and each finds himself wondering how wo evergot along boforo their erection. Tho reduct-- " ion in insuraancu in many individual cases pays the water rent, making it ab solutely frco to the consumor, who not only enjoys protection, but as the Courier-Journal says, convenience, health and cleanliness." al Louisvlllo Post Among the incidents of childhood that stand out in bold relief, as our memory reverts to tho days when wo wcro young, nono aro moio prominent than severe sickness. Tho young mother vhii'Iy re members that it was Chamberlains Cough Kemedy cured her of croup, and in turn administers it to her own offspring and always with tho best results. For salo by A. 11. Fisher, Clovcrport, and Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg. NEW BETHEL. There aro some good tobacco crops in this neighborhood. There was a barn raising at Mr. J. S. Barno's last Saturday. There has been six deaths and burings in this vicinity from tho 31st of August to tho 20th of September. Mr. Miko Carroll died September 10. Tho family has our sympathy and wo hope ho is at rest. 3vJsh Lctitia Adkison, who lias been sending a few days in Hnrdiushiirg, has returned homo. , Mr. 0. J. Barnes, of Toblnsport, was tho guest of his parents last Sunday and Sunday night. Mrs. Mary E. Lyons aud daughter aro on the, sick list this week. Hov. Joseph Duggins will fill his regular appointment here tho second Saturday and Sunday, also hold a protracted meeting. Did you know that you had better cut your tobacco before Jack Frost comes. flu nltti atla ltrta s All that honesty, experience nnd skill can do to product) a perfect pill, has been employed in making DoWltt's Little Early llisors. Tho result is a specific for sick headache, billiousncss and constipation. A. It. Fisher, Clovcrport, nnd Witt fc Meador, Ilardinsburg. Sown Went McOinty. John W. McGlnty,of Derby, Ind., who was elected Tow nshij) Trusteo, and who has tho distributing power of tho schools was indicted for bribery. Mr. McGinty was caught in tho net of auctioneering tho several schools to tho highest bidders. This caused a tendoncy to malico nnd ho of course was indicted by Supt. Wo regret vory Georgo for bribery. much to learn that Alex Cummings, of tho "Dorby,Gamo Bird," is on Mr. McGinty has skipped. Cannolton Telephone. nfr jii.ill4ft4V kk..l Mr. Irwin Barnes was tho gu6st of Mr. P. Lyons last Tuesday night. could not improve the fualt,y If paid tlouhlo tho price. JJo Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo is tho best Salvo that experience can produce, or that mono can Iniy. A. Jt, Fishor, Clovorport, nnd Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg. AVer Tho telegraphic dispntches of January Hpr Bxpr'a STATIONS Kxpr'a Kxpr'. CURE zist report mo outurcaKoi cnoiera anew, Dally Dally Dally Dally known for 15 yoars as tho BEST in Iteilin, 03 cases mid 19 deaths being 630pm 7ttam lv.Un'n p't ..ar 12 40pm 8 45pm REMEDY FOR PILES. reported. Pr.p.r.4 1 MCIURDSOY ED1CISK CO., ST. lOOS. 6 45 Kentucky bt. 12 25 800 830 Just now. when nn pnidemlcof Asiatic 7 20 8 40 Westl'olnt 1145am 762 723 844 cholera is among thu alarming possibili Howard 1140 743 85(J Kock Haven 1117 730 736 ties, all stomach aim Dowel troubles as- A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! 7 44 9 06 Long Ilranch 1108 7 211 sume an importance beyond tho ordi915 763 Brandenburg 1068 7 22 Positively removes nary, nnd should meet witli prompt 9 24 8 01 1049 Kkron 714 BONE SPAVIN, 9 32 8 09 Guston 1040 7 07 treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera inIgnorance of the merits of DoWitt's 9 40 818 Irvington 1030 Ringbone, Splint, 668 fantum, darrhca, dysentary, flux, colic 9 48 8 20 1022 Webster 6 45 or Curb, Little Early ltisers is a niixfortune. and cramps, wind on the stomach, flatul966 1014 Lodiburg 83J 638 IN 48 HOURS, These little pills regulate tho liver, euro 8 41 1004 1010 Pierce 630 ency, distress nfter 'eating, etc., all point 1010 845 wuuoui rain. 1002 St..,plc 62.1 conclusively to a bad condition of thu headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, con8 61 1018 Stephensport 968 618 S500 Reward 869 stomach and bowels, nnd nil such disor1022 Addison 965 stipation nnd billiousncss. A. It. Fisher, 614 For Fallnro or 1025 901 9 42 Holt ders should bo corrected at once. 611 Cloverport, and Witt A Meador, IlardinsSIlRbtot Injury. 1038 915 Cloverport 937 600 Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown. "V. 1043 920 Shops 967 Tlit l the Greatest 556 burg. Va., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho 9 32 1064 Sklllman 9 27 Wonder of the 19th 6 44 1103 941 Hawesvitle 916 Century, astonish. best inediclne I over used for pains ; for 635 A Fine Sight. GOT THE $70,000. 1111 9 48 9 08 Petrle Iiir, as (t doc, the 627 cramps and colic in children, ft can't bo 9 64 1116 Falcon 902 entire Votorlnary 621 Wlint fluer sight can bo imaglnod than beat. For flux, it is thojiing." 968 1120 Cayce world. 868 618 feel10 05 11 31 Lcwisport 8 52 Mr. It. L. Blenkinship, ofToolcy, "W. True Story of How the Mineral two powerful athletes, with no illwrig612 Circulars and 10 21 1142 Power ing toward each other, twisting, 835 456 Sworn Proofs Hail Vn., has tills to say: "Last April Iliad V HkX 1265-103J 8 22 Patei 4 43 Range Express Was ed rree. gling and squirming to get out of cer- nn extremely severe nttack of diarrhea ; 10 4 J 1205pm Owensboro 4 35 812 Dr. Gay Oheelnl, 1065 nc'tions of my bowels In 1216 tain positions, when a spectator thinks a had twenty-on- o Mattlngly 800 4 22 Recovered. 1221 Griffith 7 64 SPAVIN CUR No.New Canal Bt., 1100 1224 417 878 fall inevitable? How eagerly tho throng less than two hours. I took threo doses 1103 Stanley 7 61 York. 414 CAMiMirr, Mich., Oct. 1. Tho true 1231 1110 watch them in their almost superhuman of Lightning Hot Drops and it rolioved Worthlngton 7 43 1238 story of tho recdvery Of tlio entire S70. efforts as thoy npply holds nnd thon ino Instantly." Heads 7 35 4 01 Kcv. F. C. I (,'1 chart, Now York, 1118 12 48 1128 Spottsvllle 7 27 8 64 Lightning Ilot Drops la tho safest, sur- write: "Acorn on the toe Ihii 000 stolen from tho Mineral Itango ex broak them, seizo each1 other' with irre12 54 1135 Basketts 720 360 est, quickest remedy over compounded (horn In the llcali, which ' C. C. 1160pm 1 10pm ar.Henders'n It 705am press train on September 15 has just sistible forco, then bpring quickly upon for each and all of the above complaint. C. Cerluin Corn Cure' most mercomoto light. It will bo remembered their feet, till as" n desperato Tcsort ono Moreover, it cures all pnius, external and cifully removes." thntShoupo and AV inters, two railway of tho contestants will turn a completo internal, and is the best safeguard known Loulsvile,Hadinsburg&Western R, R, nimbly on his foot, to destroy tho evil ellects of a chango of employes nt Marquette, voro arrested somersault, lighting in n frantic cmhMvbr to gain tho No. 2 TIME TABLP water or diet. Pleasant to take. Sweet and subsequently released. They stole Lippincott'a. TAKING EFFECT JULY 20, 189L- ened, children liko it. Lightning Hot the money from La Liberty's trunk nnd Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, wesiuouna Trains Hast Bound Trains Mnmpblc Oifgeoi Datlv La Liberty knew it, but could not say Dally ai ic, ami uuc. a uouie, on tlio gunrnn Dally Dailr ex bun, ex Sun, teo : No relief, no nay. Try It once STATIONS. ex Sun, ex Sun anything without giving himself nwny. No.6 No. 1 No. 2 No. t nothing ni;w hon wc tnto that It payi tocneage Bo not deceived. Look for Trade-MarAfter his arrest and confession the two 11 30am I.v Irvlnvton Ar 930am liniltliy buU of natives gathering herbs. Mado only ina n rmanent, mostprofit for and pleasant work. every clay's 1210pm uartield 835 nci that returns u men were implicated and arrested. Thoy uy uru iueuicine L.O., Bpnnguoni, uiuo, Hucli Is the builueJ we ofler the workdir class. 1225 Harried 815 12 42 We teucli them how to tnuke money rnpluly, and were offered a reward and their liberty if Hardlnsburir 760 118 pmirniitcc cirry one who follows our Instructions Kirk 715 I'ope Leo AVIna In Iluiicnry. would confess mid roveal tho whoro they faithfully the making of 8:100 00 n month. 130 Jolly 705 Kvcry one who takes hold now und worLs will 148 Glende'ane Tho nnnonncomont that an agreement 644 abouts of tho money. Tho offer was acby ABsonrnoif. surely nnd speedily litcrre their riirnlngsi there 165 n.mn.l.. 634 lind been entoed Into Iwtwoon tlio church can be no question about It; others now at work 2 15pm arKallslloughlv cepted and tho money found buried in 614am ST60 and stnto in Hungary, by which tho for nre ilolnc It. and you, uniUr, can dp the siiine. uocKvale 664 the ground four miles' north of MarquIs lug business that 302 Ituth 629 mer agrees to drop its tnslstnnco upon 'lhls hadthe best pa) Io secure. You willyou have make a the chance cur 314 Asklns 6 21 ette. Sheriff Dunn claims to Imvostruck mistake If you fall tu glie It u trlul at ouco civil marriage, is tho latest triumph for 329 500 f you grasp the situation, and act quickly, )ou 4 00pm ArPordsvilleLv tho lead and imparted his plan of work 4 45am Popo Leo's diplomacy, nnd whllo it mny will directly tlnd yourself In a most 4th & Jtrr. Sra. proieroui LOUISVILLE, KY. to Deputy Sheriff Foley, who, ho claims, not havo attracted tho attention it do- - business, at which you can surely make and save COLE OLDO. large sums of money. I he results of only a few THELQUISVILLE&ST, LOUISAIH LINE. serves, inasmuch an tho sacred institutook advantngo of his confidence, wont DuBois&WcM) NAtMVlUr, TtNN. hours' work will olU'U equal a week's wages. on Birmingham, Ala. tion of mardago was vitally interested Whether )OU are old or young, man or woman, It to the express ofllco, secured tho re(L. K. AST. L.R. R.) inaltrs uo dltTtrcnco, do as we tell you, and sue JM&SenJ (or CO page book (re. In this settlement, tho resolnto attitudo ward for himself, divided it with tho cess will meet you nt tho very start. Neither SHORTEST, QUICKEST TrsTi.TioMAi.s. of Romo is ovldenco that no ver will theio experience or capital necessary. Those who work prisoners, and obtained tho confession. day for us lire rewarded. Why not write AND BEST LINE TO The Illectropolic will cure many nki of illi. do a or position on its part full particulars, free f K. O. AI.LKN &toCO., for For this breach of confldonco Sheriff caie where nothing else will. It hai worked when surrender any esoontlal of religion is nt stake. No. i'M, Augusta, Mo IJoi Dunn last evening revoked Foloy's com- like a charm In my family. Tho basis of tjila arrangement io that And points Itev. Gto, Mcam, Covington, Ky. mission as deputy, and to a reporter told civil marriago will not bo introSouth-Wes- t. l certainly a wonderful Instrument, and It It tho story. Heretofore tho officers havo duced, but that na,lu our own country, maintained thnt tlio money had not been It more wonderful as to how It doti III work, of tor or nt tho time of tho religious cereTint-Carin Effect Jdlr 31, 1892, d T. K. C. llrlnley. recovered, although tho officers of tho yetitdoiilt. low manufacturer of the" South.) mony marriages will bo officially regisThe veteran Ly. Louisville 8i05 a....8iI5 p.in...4:1 p m tered. Freeman's Jpurnnl. company claimed that it had. Loulivlllc, Ky. ArrSt. Louli T20 pm ...6i45 a m. - Every truth is equal to it own moral force, plus tho moral force of tho person Who utters it mid stand behind it. Dr. I loss. Some men 1 love and do not reverence; some men I reverence ami do not love, hut I both reverenced anil loved Bishop Marvin. Bishop I lay good. There is no country in which there is Buch full liberty for n man to make a fool of himself, and there is no country where bo many people live up to their privileges. Dr. IIoss. There aro a great ninny people in the world who look in on their own hearts nnd find it so far wrong that they conclude the whole church is liko them. Itev. J. II. Jackson. There nro hundreds of thousands of people, Bishop Hnygood, who believe that you nro the greatest man in tho United States, nnd I don't bellovo they are very far wro lg. Bishop Lane. You can go on teaching tho world Spencer's theories aud man will begin to experiment with microscopes to find tho origin of evil, nnd then hell is nenr by. Bishop Haygood. Just fifty years ago I joined this conference in Richmond in tlio fall of 1843, and the Lord has been good to mo all these years. If you measure a mans ago by his years you might conclude that Brother IaiwIs ought to retire; and if jou measure it by vitality and work, I am still able to do tlio work of God. Dr. W. II. Iowis. Report of Receiver Attilla Cox the Condition of the Road. on Mr. Attilla Cox, who was recently appointed receiver of tho Louisville, St. Loills nnd Texas railroid, has filed u general report of tho condition of tlio road, etc. Tho report is to tho effect that the miles in mniu lino of the road is 121 length, with side tracks of about fifteen miles. It is stated that the branch line running from Irvington to tho Falls Of s and Rough is forty-thre- e miles In extent. Thirty miles of the main track are rock ballasted and thirty-seve- n 'are gravel ballasted, whllo fifty-fomiles nro Unballasted, lleetdver Cox recommends that $10,000 bo expended on additional ballasting. It is nlso stated that $27,030 is needed for repairs in tho next few weeks. Tlio track and rolling stock is In fine condition. Thu amount duo for supplies is $10,172.72; thu unpaid wages amount to $ 10,24 1.G0. Tho receiver asks that nn order bo issued making tho claims for wages of employes n lien on the road, nnd authorizing him to pay the wages as soon as possible. Tho receipts have fallen off from $15,000 to $10,000 per month. Tho force of employes and their salaries have been reduced 10 per cent. H. M. McCracken, who contracted to extend tho road from its present terminus nt West Point to n point five miles south of tho city, is given an extension of time until August 189 1, on account of his inability to raiso money on securities, Tho receiver has retained tho law firm of Helm A Bruce- to renresent him, since that firm was formerly employed by tho road. It is staled that when tho rond went into tho hnnds Of the receiver it owed tho law firm $558.33 Tho court Is asked as to whether tho firm is entitled to bo paid the amount of its feo in arrears. Courier-Journa- l. 0 four-tenthur of Jubilee During tho long era when the jubilee camo regularly onco In 25 years that Was called in Komo the holy year, nnd Iho beginning was on Christmas eve, when the popo opened tlio largo door in front of St. Pptor's church with solemn ceremonies. This door, called tho "Porta 3aiita," was kept walled up with solid innsonry und never opened except to indicate tho return of tho year of jubilee, tho pontiff, nccompanled by cardinals Und otticr attendants, went to this door In solemn procession, and with n goldon hammer struck It threo times, saying. "Aperito inlhl iiortas juBtltiai," whereupon tho masonry which obstructed the doorway was removed. Tho pontliT knolt before tho cntranco whllo the door was sprinkled with holy water by tho penitentiaries of St. Peter's. This dono, ho roso, took his crozler, Intoned tho "To Donm Laudamus" and entered tho church followed by tho clergy. Next morning tho popo gavo tho general benediction and proclaimed tho terms of a jubilee in- Tlio Your1 KAYE. MATTINGXY & fiOBBN. HAIIDINSBURGKY. m i i hi aafc W 2.&2VPCRDAY. RATES: iii' im mil nfc -- w virt.v . - , fcuJ Wvta 1 ' -.- . B'l I ? x v A. '1i:S?& ioU.ISYlLLE.KY. Hint Pur Typewriter. Typewriters ought to writo tho names Headquarters for of tho persons to whom they write letters In capitals. To uso ordinary letters shows lack pf consideration nnd good 'taste. NO printer of any standing would issuo u letter printed In that way. His Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich training In his utt hna distinctly taught igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil him not to do it. Manufacturers of typeby the Barrel, Plaster Hair, machines nro writers claim that their educators that tho operators must nec& essarily becomo proficient in spelling. punctuntiOn and tho proper uso of capiBrick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring tals. Bnt somehow this littlo matter of kept on hand. Orders acgood tnsto in address and propriety and companied by cash prompt oversignature has thus far been grently ly filled. looked, CtorJ3ostjmjrnmjcript. A SEIEGORY&CO., BANK OF Reapers and Mowers, HAUDITS SUE G Capital Stock 825 000. Surplus 87 600. B. F. BEAHD, President. WILL MILLEB, M. II. BEARD, Cashier. 'M0IUUS KSKRIDUE It. M. JOLLY. Q. W. BEAKD "J -- Pine Poplar Shingles vi P- -- J Dire tor CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK ! TABLER'S BUCKEYE. IN BERLIN. PIE wmmmmm INTEREST PAID ON'TIME DEPOSITS. 4 Louisville, St Louis k Texas RJ. Co- - 'Alarm for Its Invasion of America Well Founded. OINTMENT: mmmmmmmm TIME SCHEDULE M 7:00 o'clck V IfcTO. A. U. 21. Tallinn: Effect Sundaj, June 18( 1893. Suit Bound Trains Mall & wanaMMBi mum A SURE end CERTAIN CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. ft Bound Traint Mall it Mv 6 TM f&m r - i ! WE TELL YOU cures disease ' Without Medicine. V. St. Louis, Evanaville all West and "perfection.1 Wo refer to DoWitt's Witch Hoiiol Salve, cures obstinato Bores, burns, skin diseases nnd Is n well known euro for piles. A. It. Fisher, Clovorport, and Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, It Ono word describes With the Klcctropoiie I have cured dyipcpila, conttlnatlon and liver trouhlc, la grippe, headache, toothache, badtolda, rhenmatUm, tontllltli, colic and pllet. The reiulU are wonderful, chilli and fever I have teen cured In sixty mlnutei. K. n, I.ylc, Churchill, KyJ a, SULZER'S. Job Printing of every discriptlon finished in the highest style. We are prepared to supply Lumber promptly in large or small lots, for all purposes. HERON & OO. CLOVnEPQftT, KY LUMBER ETanijrllle 1,J0 " For further laforraation, oail ..lOiOQp.a on, . n. A CAMPBELL, . or address. . 4 i.BCAHp,BPEVB,,'8,-L0nl'M0-D- P. A. Louisville. Kt S;JLaVl.?8-W'00r'Thlrd4 ij" m a" AzJELJJJ i GUSTON. BRECKENRIDGrE NEWS CLOYEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1893. UIlrUl f '.j ic '.'.! 3 jVOL. XVIII. r NO, 12. 1 h S ( i H . f tf' r - ,'$$ kit rv r' f r ' it Mrs. Mary Chamberlain, who has been ROCKY RUN, confined to her bed for somctimo from The. farmers aro about done culling feebleness, caused from old ngej died on Misses Emily nml Ellen '" tl?o nlghtof Oct. 1st. Her next birthday tpbacco, nt iho Chicago Fair. Mies Cora Leo Ashentft mado a trip to which would Jinvo taken placo this ( Protracted meeting begins hero tho month would linyo made her 80 years of second Sunday in this mouth. Louisville Inst week shopping. ago. Misses Secca Wilsdn and Lula DeJer-nett-o Marriage bells aro ringing in this Wo aro Borry Indeed to hear of our spent lost Sunday at Mr. Andrew neighborhood, bo lookout soon. friend, Miss Lena Willctt, being stricken DeJernette's. Died, on tho night of October, 1th, with that dread diseaso typhoid fever. Miss Lula DcJernctto thinks croquet Mfsa Nugcy Lyddan, of near Webster. Her Bister, Lulapis just recovering from quite n delightful gamo when sho has a Misses Nunley and Clayton, of Louisanvallko'nttagkV (Apsides her father and v ville, have beon visiting Alias Jennie two more of the fahiily havd recovered pleasant partnor. Mr. Barney .Soulres and wife. Mr. John , Cox. from tho same fever this summer. j, Squires and wifo spent n fow days in Dr., Jenuinga Railings, of Kabsas Several around here havo spoken of Ci(y, Mo , was visiting near Guston last having had their Biux'kknriikik IJkws Louisville last week. Misses Lucy Squires and Mannio Milwo'ek. ; stopped on account of tho way it fought rr ler visited Mr. Jcsso Miller and wife last is' making .quitu for. Jack Gross. Well, so did tho Courier Miss Katio Thompson an extended visit to Miss Leo in Mnriou Journal tako Gross' part, so they say-- will fjaturday and Sunday. A young lady of this placo was sadly they quit rending it? I trow not county. much, neither 'will they quit reading tho luisappoinieu uy not meeting a certain Mr. Jesse Cunningham says Harry C. M. M.i during conference. Bell's horse is "Republican" becauso he News, even if they hnvo to borrow ono from their neighbor. We think It would bo good advlco to is .black. Mrs. 0. 0. Smith, who has been in somo of tho young gents if thoy would Miss Eva Carrigan has been visltfat keep' their engagements from their "Ma" her cousins, the Misses Lewis in Bran- delicate health for soino time, Is looking much better and we aro under obliga- after this. denburg. tions to Mrs. Smith for a lovely boquct Miss L what has become of Mr. W ? Mr. George Frymire and Miss Lucy to she permitted us to pull from the flower Ho seems to havo cut out his visits Frank passed last Thursday en route staiuwlilch sets on! t lie front hotel porch down about two and one-hadegrees ' the city. and is adn ired by all who pass. Linn hero of late. "Mr. Dolpb Jones, of Big Spring, was says tho (lowers aro tils as ho docs all tho Master Aljie DqJerncttq and littlo sisof tho many who attended tho work. ter, Judia Ellen, of Hardinsburg, are Owensboro Fair. Tho Rev. Mr. Crocker is on a visit to spending a fqw days with their grandma Our magistrate, A. J. Thompson, his old home in tho south beforo start- and, grandpa DeJernette. walks ten inches higher since he has ing on hls'Chlna missionary work where Mr. and Mrs. Andrew DeJernette, Mrs. gotten to bo "grand pap" lie will go in a few days. Mr. Crocker is Rachel DeJernette and littlo daughter, Mr. PeutufT, D. D. was a guest at the a splendid minister and an enthusiastic cah, returned home Saturday after an Munford mansion last week and nttend- - missionary andnay bo bis journey bo a xtpnded visit to Mr. Gid Miller and Washington nuptials. prosperous ono. jllo will be supported family. - ed tho Newman. Mr. Lovell Jordan has been quite ill financially by individual churches in Mr. Walter Clark soemed to be in a for the past two weeks with typjipid this country, the Irvlngton church, of hurry Sunday afternoon, wo suppose yiiicli lunas'been a recent pastor, will foyer, but is better nt tho" present writsome urgent business called him over bo ono of tho number. ing. the rocks and they aro pretty hard on - Mies Clara Adkisson is inTLouisviljo the buggy and Walter. testimonials in Tho many truthful catching on to tho fall styles and-wi- ll A young gentleman and lady of this of Hoo's Sarsaparilla provo that bring ber new line of hats on in a, few Hood's Cimiw, even when all others fail. vicinity contemplated going to tho Sand x days. Knob last Sunday, but on account of tho Try it now, Mrs. D. W. Lewis and little daughter, young gentleman's mama disagreeing for Lena, are visiting Mr. R. J. Patterson him to hire a rig of courso they failed to News from Hardin County. while Mr. Lewis is attending tho Owensgot oil". ElUabcthtown New.. boro Fair. - Robert Price, the well known Dem- Lost between hero and Samplo a inuj-tach- e ocrati&negVoJbf Hodgenvlllo, has been &Mr. James W.'Lewis, of Brandenburg, and on returning to look for it gets bad Mi two bird dogs. Dot and Ed Peak,i iippiiuieu uuu ui uiu juiiiium ui inu vjuo- - lost and goes to Ilito's Run and of courso poisonoM. lie has no idea who did the tom Housein Souisville by Collector falls to find it. Tho finder will ba repoisoning. Johnson. warded by returning it to Andrew S. Mr. Joe Brooks from Louisville is buyThe Court of Appeals has reversed tho Elder. ing stock in this neighborhood. Ho is cases of tho Commonwealth vs. k It Don't Cost Anything tlio son of Mr. Dan Brooks, who former& Williams and against Green & To try Park's Sure Cure. A specific ly lived in this county. Bro. forsolhng liquor in violation of tho Mr. Simpson's school at Andersonville prohibition law. They were fined In for tho cure of all diseases peculiar to - , wpmen. Ask your druggist our guarisnowunder good headway and among .tho Hardin Circuit Court. thoso attending from this town are Mr. is a better lawyor than anteed plan. A, R. Fishor, druggist. JluckKcndaU Earl Pollock jind sister, Helen. a politician and if ho will stick to his RAYMOND. law books lie will find it both more "Wo were glad to inow that our former neighbor, Elvis Wimp, captured profitable and pleasant. Ho lias a numMrs. J. F. Clayconib is on tho sick list the "merchant's prize", ono half mile on ber of friends who want to sou him suc- 4 III . (iiimnui-ivceed and wlli help him, who did not tho wheel dt tho Owensboro Fair. Mr. Josoph Adkisson took dinner with Born to tho wife of Joe Fousbeo a support him in his raco. Tho Nowi is ono of his leal friends and if ever you Mr. J. F. Claycomb Thursday. d boy. Joe, jets christen him Misses Dollio Claycomb visited Misses either Grover Cleveland or Jack Gross need any on6 to pat you on tho back, i Pansy and Lizzie Head Sunday. Buck, come around. and ho will bo suroto get there. Messrs. Henry Cashman and Ellis Last year Miss Burkholder, ono of Wo aro informed, through Clyde father that ,Clydewas jobbed, tho teachors in tho Elizabelhtown Stiff wont to Brandenburg Saturday. Shumate's Mrs. Ruth Head' visited Mrs Eva' Das-se- tt betwedn LbtilsVille'andSt.' Louis wliilo Graded School tost her voter and has ' nover recovered it This year Miss Monday. Mrs. Bassett is very ill. to t,hq "Cherokee" strip. en rqutje with the Mr. Bob Norton, who bos been a,twork our ,hotelv man, is Annlo Hosklns another mqt Mr. C. C. .Smith, making qdito 'an improvement in his saino misfortune. It is believed by oomo "in Daviess county, has returned homo. both of these cases were due to tho end of the town, in tho way of a carringo that Mr. Henry Dutscke contemplates movdirt and dust in tho school building. ing to Holt'SjBottom soon on the Stephhouse and, livery tabln-- JsJ building, j That proper cleanliness about the builden's farm. Mrs. Haygood imd her mother, Mrs. ing has not been observed is beyond Brown, of Iryington were in our town question. Tho now principal Prof. Mr. Walker Board visited In this th8 week purchasing the latest stylo Thomas, however has taken tho matter neighborhood and attended church nt hats, which our1 milliner always keeps in in hand and hot water and tho scrub- Walnut Grovo. stock. Lodiburg corrcsiondent, Miss Addie, bing brush will soon put the building Miss Bortha Logan. Lewis, tof Brarideh-- 1 into a condition of absoluto cleantiness. says "sho didn't l'ko to Bee Larkcu so burg, has been yjsitlng her Jolly last Sunday. Patterson, Initio country.' Miss Bortha Mr. Henry Cashman is trying to get a A Smart Woman says shcwould give! anything to get to Lilly, but ho ought to' know that Xillics Is always ready for anyi emergency. , Jive in, the country. don't bloom in the fall, "We'notlcb that Brandenburg lias got- Sho keeps a bottle of Park'B Cough' Sy Tho show givon horn last Saturday Iioubo in the, summer timo. ten another "iree ferry'" to lloaierddm" rupintho A sumraercough and coldiis quickly night by Mr. Wilt Hugison was qutto a with two .free, ferry's, Soda Ash plant success and enjoyed by all. anij a prospqetod "pike' to, the railroad cured by it.. Unequalled In croup. A. R. Fisher, druggist. Mr. Blakie Head was,npttio guest of our 'sisU'r town will get ftiore yet. Ijsa Npttio.Coshman, Sunday as usual, Wo oxpect to have la protracted WfiST VIEW, AVhat is tho mattqr Ulakie? meeting at this place onithje lourth gun-daJ- J instills, month, (Octoberjiahd will Mr Bush Stiff, who has been working Farmers are busy housing tobacco. at Mr. Sam; Bassett's, is at. home now. contlpuo several days further notice ,Mrs. Harry (Honninger has been quite We are glad to havo you in our midst and particulars will bo giyen next week. ' sick. again Mn Busln Last Saturday was colt bIiow day at Wo aro having somo cold nights and Misses Samantha Raisor and Nettie and this place between tho Denmarks hot.days. Cashman went to call on Miss Gertie Splendors. Joo G. Anderson's colt- of Mr. Sam Henninger has returned from Sigler at Preston Friday, but found hor .the former horse and Olios. Hardaway's not nt'home. Try again girls. of tho latter walked out with the "blue." Louisvillo with his new stock of goods. Mrs. Nannie Bockory is visiting ior Thd road from hero to Lodiburg is in Mr. T. E. Ditto and family, who have-beeboarding at Mrs. Ditto's fathers, Bhjfcr, Mrs. Frank HennTnger, tho past find shapo for buggies and carts." Now, young men, you needn't be afraid of John Cox, will board this winter in Lou- week. Quarterly meeting he)d at Fair Viow turning over with 'your girl. ' isville, as Mr. Ditto has a government "We were sorry to hear of the death J1 job with Low Cornwall pn the Loulsvillo last Saturday and. Sunday. A gqod crowd Bro. Morton's "Wifo. Ho has taken her considering, tho day. canal. Col. Chas. Stanford was circulating Mr. Joseph E. Matthews and his sis- to her home in Texas for burial, but will among friends In pur town last Friday, ter, Miss Essa, went to tho chapel, ,ast bo herd at Ills noxt appointment if noth ing prevents It goes hard to vote against as nico a Sunday. They report a good, e v man and neighbor as Mr. Stanford but Mr. and Mrs. Harry Henninger have nolgbbor, we're sorry for you in this returned from their visit to Wayno counrace fpr ypa aro on the wrong side of tho ty. Thoy spoilt quite a pleasant Mp fonre. Messrs. Gilbert Butler, Allio Sklllraan, Young prchnrds, those I havo npticed, AdaAod-ma- n Btepd the drouth exceedingly well, Torn, and Hpraco Bugler, ilss havo and Master Virgil worq tho guests but tho grasshoppers ihave divested Essa Matthpws, many a young tree of its entire crop of of Misses Cora and Wednesday night, If mi quito a pleasant leaves and in some instances havo bitten tlmp. thojjark from some of tho small twigs. Prof. 0. Royalty and family Ipft Tuesgavo an enterMrs. WmHBaskett, Jr., tainment lost week at hep homo in honor day morning fpr Weldon, whore they of her cousin, Miss Nora Stovall, of will mako thejr homo fpr awjiljo, and Stlthton, w)ib ias mado qultq an extend- Prof. Royalty wjll. teach tho, fall schopl. ed visit in our midst. Miss Stoynll is Prof, Jloyalty is a splendid teaphqr nuc quite! a charming and beautiful young wo cpngratulnto "Woldpn pn thq selection of a teacher this fall. How wq miss thp lady. SUalthM Mill avnroach. JnJBraad'onburg lost iWcdnesday iwhon society of this plea,ant family and little Too often, ths ltut!on btoomiw fully JudgoMcBeathivas about to, shift tho ones in schpol. Vo pan say that Mosta' known, 11 is wbn late. Tbl t irua of Kidney loo . soreness a littlo Disease. upucrai Evans; is an exqeptipnally bright jittlo the back. 'A'llttla Ktclto na mwpuslda.lameness of lUchanison urosa "inai," Suddenly ThMo boy. Vfa consolo qursqlves hy thinking tcuto symptoms supervene and death ensues. Gross &x$m ami said he liimelf . dasjred It Is like 'lh fatal spring of t&a wolf; litxm tho triSMd beside he wanted $ to thoy wilt return sopn ,nnd imako thojr reason together HtUo. K Ontbosllghtestsymptomwhyjiotusopr. take placo right in Meade conatyf and if homo among us again. rnnner'filcldneylind Uao(BOhe Curet 2J Beete It 'Is Knaronteed to tlfyi or ii r thora waTTrlytfflng Illegal or crooked py DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures piles. mane refunded So you only r for bsieat totuMlyTseeircd. ' cmeei'tedjwitifjfiis election h.wmiCeji' J a., Jt you should be mistaken Jifearlnr UW- DoWltt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures burns. itBiiowh'upj'and if ndtlblng' happen to Dp WiH's Wltob Il4ol Sftl vfl Qqrppsores. Ifto 4)oW(tts,Witch Ibuol Sal vq quros Meets. nUleatised your WobaTKrrenYou'rtTOwed your preventyere tjiia odltipu, is( sent, forth s it'Wre, 8lered youcihMd,Jtoaed up if vy) Wlu tyy A. K.iFkher,Clpvwpprt,.and Wittn ktowb.' laTlcorsted your wm nd flbro, n4 JOTJfRFIP01?3' l Insured you siast the dteesse you fear. Tako MwaorHarUlsbuntl , , been,divulgcdv1 kopotUlo-ly- . $ i ; t Munford nro I Ten TIkmihiiihI Tongues will Tell you that no other IIoti.su Ever Did, Ever Will or Ever Can Sell the Same Perfect Goods for the Saute Low Prices us Klcinliaux & Stmoiison Sell Them. -- THE MAMMOTH KEY-NOT- E SOUNDS THE -- OF ITS- - SPECIAL! During our phenomenally suc- $1,000 GREAT AUTUMN TO BE GIVEN CAMPAIGN. IN GOLD t'i EXTRA! Wo stand ready with cash to take advantage of ovcry opportunity oirered In the markets of tho world to buy at less than cost of manufacture, and, In combination with our brandies and connections in Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroit and other cities, handle such enormous quantities of goods that no other houso in tho Southwest can sell so low. cessful sale this season wo cleared out our old stock and havo nothing to Bhow but FINE NEW GOODS, bought for this season, TO OUR CUSTOMERS. We hnro'onr profits with our cuttomcrs year. Ihli year we hae had made fnruta number of Yale key to give to our customers, and a heavy plate glass and steel money box. In this money box we shall place $2 A IN (JOI.ll evcrV Thursday morning. Among the keys given out eack wiek, will be one that will unlock the lioxnnd secure.the for the person holding the key. With every purchase In every the customer reccivis one of these ktys and the one whose key opins the box will take out the contents as a free gift. Kvtry holder of a key may try It In the lock of the box on each Wednesday between the hours of 8 u. in. and 7 p. in. cry ' lf Wc havo the biggest store south of tho Ohio Kiver, tho biggest stock, tho biggest assortment and the Prices illways best rnado goods. 1'0 to 40 por cent, lower than any other house. Country costomcrs may Bend their keys.by mall and we will try thorn for them and Bend the $25 to them If thoir key unlocks tho box. Send for Catalogue and order by mail. Charles Arnold, of Bardstotyn, got tho first $25. on' WE SHARE OUR PROFITS WBTH THE OVERCOATS. Beautifully fitting Meltons, in every desirablo color, Blacks Cheviots ; formor prices $12 to $14 ; our $10 price now Tho King of Kerseys, excclently wollmado; former prices $15 to $10; PEOPLE. WARM SUITS. Homespun Suits, very ncnt, former prices $12 to $14; our prico $10 now Worsted Suits, made in handsome styles ; former .prices $15 to $12 $10. our prico now Dark Double and Twist Cassi-merformer prices $18 to $20 ; our $15 prico now Sawyer's" world-praised ks 1 CHILDREN'S CLOTHING,' Our stock of Clothing for Children and Boys is the Largest and Loveliest and Prices tho lowest on tho Continent. Our Great COMBINATION SUITS for tho littlo fellows are tho talk of tho State. They aro matchlessly made of perfect material, with double seats and knees and scams, and nn extra pair of Pants and a hat go with every Suit. Tho best values for $5 mothers ever saw or dreamed of. ourpriconow $12 , -- bo-ha- lf Gracefully made Kersey Overcoats, both regular and extra length J former prices $18 to $20; our price J $15 now English popular Tho ever Kersey ; former prices $20 to $22 ; $18 our price nuw $5 e; SAVE MONEY By buying nt the MAMMOTH. d Shoes for tho family at less than you pay at other stores. Nats for iVon, Boys and Children at the lowest prices on earth. Our display of Furnishings, Gloves and Umbrellas unsurpassed. JBQTSeud for illustrated catalogue. one-thir- COME and UUY at tho MAMMOTH. Cossimero; former prices $20 to $22; our price $18 now Cassimero; Imported former prices $22 to $25 ; .our prico Silk-mixe- d now $20 Mull Orders Filled Promptly. Kleinlians & Simonson. & I MAKKET ST., BET. 4th 5th. MAMMOTH Financial Terms Defined. BAM'L RAY. New Fall Catalogue Now Ready. Shoe and Clo thing Go. LOUISVILLE, KY Kirk-patriu- GLENDEANE, ROBERT P. HARE. lfc nhfe-poun- -- o grand-father,- -) , t - n Tho Knoxvillo Sentinel says: The Mr. Ferd Owen went toLouisvillo last question now so often asked, what is .week. "free coinage?" What is a "blmctalist?" Mr. "Will Dean attended tho Owensboro What is "ratio" as applied to currency? . ,1111 r iiwv nre briefly and admirably answered in Will Moorman bos been quite ill, but the following extract from the editorial page of tho Baltimore Sun. is better nt thiB writing. "Free coinage," as applied to silver, Chas. Dean has gono to Chicago to means that everybody shall bo allowed take In the World's Fair. to liavo his silver coined at tho United Miss Amanda Dean isspendingsoveral States mint into "legal tender dollars free . i .n WCCKS ai uio worm s rmr. of charge, such dollars to contain 471 4 Mr. Will Dean is seen to Sally towards grains of pure silver, if tho present ratio our town quito often Intely. of 10 to 1 is retained. Dollars worth 371 Mr. Victor Robortson made a flying 4 grains of silver 'would be worth intrip to Leitchfield lost week. trinsically from 55 to 58 cents would bo Mrs. Amanda Moorman lias beon very legal tender would havo to bo taken in payment of wages, bills, debts, etc., at ill, but is somewhat improved. Miss Sallio Dean has returned from a 100 cents. 'Freo' coinage is opposed to coinage under such restriction as has visit to friends in Daviess county. been tho rule in this country sinco 1873, Tho crops in this vicinity are above .In Germany sinco 1871, in England sinco tho average despite tho long drouth. 1810 Its advocates wish such light silMissBettle Webb Is in Lcttchfield at ver dollars to bo coined as 'frcoly' as tho bedsido of her aunt who Is quito gold dollars now aro. 'Unlimited coin-agill. means simply coinage to any Miss Edna Robertson bos returned amount. An ounco contains 480 grains. " 'Bimctalllst' is a term now commonhomo after visiting relatives in Leitchfield. ly applied to ono who thinks it possible Mrs. R. II. Moorman is quite, ill at the to have a doublo standard of value, of residence Of her mother, Mrs. Robert-Bo- two metals, as silver and gold. He thinks law wjll keep tho unit dollar of pxport clerk tlio ono metal of,precisoly the same valuo Mr. Vennio Moorman, tho at Jarboe's store,tIs ready to wait on you as tho unit of tho other metal. The thinks this impossible. He at nil hours. thinks there can bo lint one standard of Iho new' school house ntthls placo is value. Tho namo monomctallist is comalmost ready for use. Itia simply "out monly givemto onq who,, thinks gold of sight." ought to bo the only standard, but there Another party from this place expect aro also silver monometallism". It may to do tho World's Fair about tho middle bo also said that ono can beliovo in tho of this month. uso of gold and silver as currency, and Miss Nnnnio Owen is visiting relattvea yet hold to gold as tho only standard. ' " 'Ratio' is tho proposed weight of the in the "Frto Stato'" Sho will bo absent s6vcral months. silver to the gold dollar. The present Miss CarrioOwon Jin3 returned frorA legal ratio is 10 to 1. That is tho .silver Leitchfield after spending sovoral weeks dollar must weigh 10 times as .much as the, gold dollar. Gold was formerly 10 there' very pleasantly. Thero will bo, a Baptist Missionary times as, valuabjo as silver. Now it is meeting at Goshen pn the 5th (Sunday. somo 27 times as valuable A big crowd Is looked for. Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Wo arooon to havo now boncbes and Is tho finest remedy in tho world. It new carpets for Goshon Church, whlph absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuwill Improvo tilings; greatly. ralgia and Rhcimutism. Cures Piles liko Miss Lutio Moorman is jn Bowling magic. Curcq salt rlioum in the most Gioen atfonding .Potter College, Wo sopthing manner. Cures inflamed and hope she will gain n Victor y. Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Wo nro glad to statd that Mrs. Henry Colds. Cnn bo takon intornally. A for Pneumonia, puts, BruisR. Dean, who has boon ill for several es, Burns, Chilblains", Sores of longstand months, lias entirely recovered. ing, Corns and bunions nro cured, quick Mrs. Lucrctia Robertson, who lias been ly; dlffereutrom all elso; suporior to all ill for a long time, Is still no better and clso; it lias no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. not much hbpo of her ultimato rccovory. Largo size cheapest, Sold at Short &. Mr. Jesso Howard's, haudsomo now Haynes' drug store. ' ' resldenco (s ncariug completion Under (Jo, Gus Is Already In the Harness and of Dunn the skillful workmanship Pulling His Level Best R. G. Robertson has returned from Gus Riciiardson has uoen dJfeated at Collego, wlioro he has been to Lynlnnd sea, Ills daughter, Miss Georgia, who lias every turn in tils content against Jack Gross for tho Democratic nomination for been very ill, tho Scnnto. Wo do not assort that ho Justly Entitled to It. was beaton fairly, but Gross leceivod the Jiti Halo's Housohpld Cough Cure is most votes and has been declared the justly entitled to tho praise it is receiv nominee If tho Democrats expect to ing. Wherever Intrpducpd Jt has. provon elect a Senator to represent tho Tenth itself tho most reliable; remedy known for distrlqt thoy must get to work. Tho Re? tho cure of roughs, colds, Jioarpncss, publicans are working among tho diswtipoplng vpugh, bronchitis, soreness q affected Democrats all ovor threo cotttu the lungs and q'vory kin.d. of a cough, frpra ties. Qua Richardson is too good n man, a simple cpld to anticipated consumpr and too truo a Democrat tb oppose tho tion. Purely yegotablo. .Always rqlla nominee and wo adviso him to get into Qt au(l '? harness or Qrosa. Ilawcsylllu Plain-deale- r. For lllo and clIectiYOr at Short & Haynes' drug storo, per bottle vii-un- O- - B- -:- "sTiaiBElILiElie, WITH Crescent EiB&hm - Tobacco - Warehouse, J RAY & CO., Proprietors. LOUISVI LLE, KY. 1 tr-l- t- -! With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Frer, Ion w hs. Printin Checks, Pamphlets, Bill Heads, Note Heads, ' Letter Heads, THE BREOKENRIEQE COUNTY TEACHER'S ASSOCIATION. The Meeting Statements. o' Finished at this office in the latest stylo. QUEENSWARE. n. Full of Interest and to call. Bahbago's. Instruction. Now is your timo to purchase Qucons-war- o and Glassware, we havo a few remnents left, and aro closing out nt VTo will make it to your interest cOst. This Association mot in tho City Hall, Hardinsburg, Ky., Sept. 23, 1893. Called to order by Supt. Miller. Opening address by Lillio Cooper. Recitation in psychology conducted by Prof. Shacklett, was full.of interest and instruction. In tho afternoon language work and composition was vory intelligently discussed by Miss Mattto Adkisson. Mr. John Blytho read a very appropriate selection on the subject of National Holidays. The art of questioning was discussed by Messrs. Geo. Gray, Sl.orrnan Ball and A. Drlskell. Civil government was,vdiscussed by Sherman Ball and Andrew Driskoll. Tho value of tho County Association was very plainly set forth by Profi F. It. Roberts. Longitude and time, how to teach it successfully, was vory warmly (tlscussed by Messrs A Driskoll and Sherman Ball. In tho discussion of tho importance of n business education, Prof G. S. Wilson brought out many liomoly illustrations, each ono showing tho importance of such an education. A most oloquont and instructive address upon temperament was delivered by Dr. Milt6n Board. What should wo consider good doport-meIn pupils was dlsponsed of by Mr. Allen Kinehdoo. Explanation of now points in school law was given by Supt. Miller. Adjourned tb meet again at Hardinsburg in November. Ln.un FhAnces Cooi-Eit- , Secretary. ht Can You flake ft a Dress? I - YOU CAN if you will butread the scries of in- -. tensely practical articles wc nre about to publish. An expert wrote them so they'd be plafn to everyYou; might as body. well know as much as your dressmaker. It only costs the price of this Journal. i r i QfiUTT. HOST IX QCilTITT. BUT WORMS WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Romedios. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. FOR SO YEARS - SOLD EVEiWWIliaKE. rnpind fcj mciiinnsoj nidiciyi 10., st, locis. For a lame liac'k or for a pain in tho side or chest, try saturating a pieco of flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and binding it onto tho affected parts. This treatment "will euro any ordinary case in ono or tv6 days. Pain Balm also cures rheu!riat!Bm., 50 cent boltlo for sale1 by A. R. Fishor, Clovorport and Witt A Meador, HardinsburgY ' StJLZER'S. Chill Curq" If 5'0. 0, O. is not tho beat remedy you havo ovor ii&od for Chills ami Fever your money trill bo refunded, Cor-tai- l'leowiit to tako. Prico 00 cts. y V THT& BR.RGKKNRIDQEX Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OOTOIJKIt Jno. D. Mall 11, 1893. NRS, GLOYERPOET, KY. Tenth Senatorial District, as Democrats, is to quit (his bickering, put on our fight lug clothes to annihilate, politically, the enemy He's right in tho door in tho person of lion. Chas. Blandford nud Mr. Elifllm Ashcraft. Wo want to fight one as hard as tho other, because Democratic nominees aro their opponents, and how any man can profess to bo n Jcifersonlan Democrat and be luko-wuon tho subject is all past any woman's comprehen sion. The Republicans work as a unit and are ad quiet as n Btatuo. But watch me sequel u tue Democrats tion t bo up e and in November. A soft Octobor wind was blowing gent ly in at tho open window last Wednes day afternoon, an October sun brought a incssago and freshness and beauty from the world out side, when thero caino a cheerful voice at tho door saying "1'vo brought voir something to read and I want you to read it aloud that wo may enjoy it together." My old schoolmate Mrs. Linda Moremen was the Bpeaker and as wo sat, reading "John L. Stod dard's Portfolio of Photographs and sketches of tho Fair from tho Shawnee News, a great many happy combinations of circunistaucs came '.trooping up of when wo were girls together thirty years ago and would meet to study, to read, to sing or dance in each others homo without a care, free as birds. But "all the same" wo aro still young in heart and as we perused tho admirable series a new glimpse of this progressive world was be trayed as vivid and attractive as those recollections of tho past. The folio is instructive and interesting, the photos themselves, an historic treasure. Of all the silbbuetts and sketches I've read of tho Fair tho ideas of young Harry, of Shawneetowu, are tho most far seeing and conclusive Ho has written up and printed out tho most interesting features in each building and each in many do partmonts. His letters are laconic, but not terse, Hot too volumnous liko most of writers on tho subject. Ho remained tour weeks ana adds ''1 tltdn't sec near all." wide-awak- Mike i'lller can't ppcak much, but he's as good n hustler as you ever saw in the woods. Mlko is all right and he'll get there loo. HARDINSBURG. L. H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOINO BRANDENBURG. p.m. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Allan left last Sunday for Chicago. Ed Bowling is Bcrlously ill, butfiome better nt this writing. Rev. Hagan preached last Sunday morning n the Baptist church. Little Virginia, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. 11. Ditto, is critically HI at this writing. Dr. Newsoin and wife, .Cloverport, wero visitors at Mr. and Mrs James Ixswis' last week. Messrs. O. T. Moremen and James Bland have gone to Lexington to' attend tho Grand Lodge. Miss Matlio Willett was in town last Saturday looking well, after so serious a spell of typhoid fever. Mrs. Jennie Phillips and littlo (laughters are back from Henderson, after an enjoyable visit of four weeks. Tho Aid society will meet at Mrs. next' Friday night. Don't grow weary in a good cause, turn out. Tho "Aid" at Mrs. Reid's last Friday night was well attended and an enjoyable time was tho verdict of all present. Tho M. E. Church will be a handsome' structure and a credit to tho faithful band who have striven bo earnestly to ecrct it. Dick Ditto has typhoid fover, but is doing nicely under the treatment and care of his kind physician, Dr. D. O. Pusey. Prof. F. J. McAulifie is now occupying the house of Mr. Chas. Bryant, having moved from Mrs, M. O. Green's house on West Hill. Rev. Kiserand wife left last Monday for Hibberdsville, Henderson county, where Brother Kiser is stationed for the Conference year. The Gross Richardson controversy is settled. Put on your fighting clothes, assume a beliggerent attitude towords all foes to Democracy. Tho Hon. B. F. Willitt is on lils farm superintending somo improvements. Ho comes in overy week to bco his better half and expects shortly to begin tho study of luw in Louisville. Father Schmidt christened tho littlo girl baby at Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Novitt's residence last Sunday morning.. Elizabeth Ruth, her name shall bo both Biblical names and suggestivo of truth and beauty. Dr. J. B. Alexander, of Louisville, well known here and throughout tho county and a very popular dentist on Chestnut stiect was thrown from his buggy on Third avenue last Wednesday Rnd badly, but not seriously hurt. Tho new preacher, brother Clerry, will hold fourth next Sunday, I presume. Let us hopo he may make a favorable impression on his congregation and that they may find favor in his estimation and that this conference year has in store many blessings for minister and member. Will Grinnoll, Dr. W. B. Pusey, of Louisville, Dee Pusey, Ackron, Ohio, and Stuart R. Young are all in Chicago. Tom Pusey, Ben Richardson and Preston Grinnell arc already citizens of tho future London of America and don't you know they will form a jolly party on the Fair grounds? What is it tho inimitable Burns says about "The best laid plans of mice and men 7" Well anyhow the rain, a. perfect down" jiour, intorferred last Tuesday witli some best laid schemes of a society lady. Ho was here, a very Apollo. But alas! sho was at homo knitting and reading "short stories of ShakeBon-duranwell-know- n WEST. Passenger Daily err. Hardlnsbarg12:42 i V. 0. Babksge, Editors and Froprlet'rs V I... SI. I.. A: T. I. oral Timo Cnrd. .42 a.m. nd Kxpieis going Kit I John Hardin and Llge Ashcraft am having a red hot timo over in Meade. Lige, actually thinks he has some show. If anybody else thinks bo let him hold Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg.. 7t50 a.m aoim cart. Kxprsis uoeai ifrelgbt " Went -- 10.33 .m. ' " " Kast Weit Kait Watt 6.00 p.m. - 9.16 p.m. UJ .m. - 9.20 a.m. up his Jiand. SIX PAGES. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOll STATU SENATOR The Hancock Clarion hns been enlarged to an eight column folio. The Clarion is a good paper, a clean paper, well edited and well printed. We are glad to sco it growing and prosperous. Gitoss don't want to speak Blanlord don't care too, bo tho only fellows on the A. J. GROSS. VOlt. KEIMIESKNTATIVK MIKE MILLER. HOK SCHOOL SUI'KUINTKNDUNT track who are dying to spout are Wilson and Slaton. Give 'em a clear field and turn 'em loose. Set tho dogs on them if necessary. TiiKiiF.aro JAS. W. MILLER. Oct. '.'1. The General Association of tho Baptists of Kentucky will meet at Lebanon, Can nny Democrat who is support Charlie Ulanfonl ? That is tho question. fix hundred children and mid papas all singing the pralfcs of the Louisville Times for a trip to the World's Fair. This was a great stroke of enterprise on the part of the a Democrat Times, and a worthy and charitable act their mamas as well. The Times is a great newspaper. The women over in Meade are now One of tho largest wholesale whisky firms in Louisville went under last week for f 200,000. Monday was Chicago tlay at the World's Fair. There were over 750.000 people in attendance. nil right for Gross. Bead what our sweet Binge r from Brandenburg lias to say. Charlie, you had just as well go home pull all those new shoes oil your ho bob uud turn them loose, there Is no earthly show for you. 8100 Eeward, $100. Chakme Blanford has fought DemocThe readers of this paper will bo racy from his infancy. Ho is doing it pleased to learn that there is at least one today Ho will continue to do it. dreaded disease that Hcicnce has been able to cure in all its stages and that is The average circulation of tho News Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cure is the for the past three months lias been 2,090. only positive cure now known to tho No issue during that time being less medical fraternity. Catarrh being a conthan 2,050. stitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure A mo storm in Southern Louisana last is taken internally, acting directly upon week killed several thousand people and the blood and mucuous surfaces of the destroyed over five million dollars worth system, thereby destroying tho foundaof property. tion of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up tho conIs thero anything in tho past, present stitution and assisting nature in doing or future, that justifies a Democrat in its work. Tho proprietors have so much supporting Charlie Ulanford in prefer- faith in its curative powers, Unit they ence to Jack Gross. offer One Hundred Dollars for any cose tlmt it fails to cure. Send for list of TesSix hundred majority in Meade, two timonials. Address, hundred and fifty in Breckenridge and F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O, two hundred in Hancock. How does BSTSold by Druggists, 75c. that strike you Hon. Charles? BEWLEYVILLE. Capt. Tiik Hancock Clarion Bays: Gross, will come out of Hancock with a Come and see my nice line of business larger majority than any Democratic candiilato lias received, who was not a suits, just the thing to wear on all occaresident of the county for a number of sions. Pretty enough for Sunday, good years." enough for every day. Also a nice lino of boys and youths suits. Largo stock of The address slip shows just when your mens, womens and clilldrens shoes, of as If you do not good quality, I think as I ever handled subscription expires. want tho paper continued please drop us in eastern goods. Much of it as good as n jiohtal card to that eirect. Don't wait tho best custom work. All at close cash for six months or a year and then say rates. Don't due me down as it is all marked as low as it can bo sold for cash. you never ordered it. I believe this is the truth, if you believe Cor.. Itobcrt G. Ingersoll, says the race it come and buy, if not I am more than question may bo settled in 5000 years willing for you to stay away. anyhow. He thinks the Separate coach Bringyour eggs, butter, chickens, ducks law in Kentucky is agood thing and says turkeys, dried fruit, tallow, veal, calves, ho has not been employed by the negroes Ac. Will give you all they are worth to fight it in the courts. and no more. Don't ask for credit. Statement of Tiik annual reXrt of the Iutertitate Commerce Commission shows that dur- balances left unpaid sent out the first of W. N. Drury, ing the year cndd June :!0th last, the each month. Cash Store. . railways of tho United States carried 5G0,U58,2U passengers. Tho number of Program. passengers killed was 270, injured 11,227, employes killed 2,551, injured 28,207. Program of the Fifth Sunday Meeting of Goshen Association to bo held with Tins from tho Meado County MessenGoshen Baptist church, October 28 and ger has tho right ring: "Gross will 29, 1893. carry Meado county by COO majority. I. Devotional exercise and organisation. Arexou ready Breckenridgo and HanTime to to II cock." Yes, with a bigger majority than 3. How should churches deal with memWo speuk for Breckenridgo of over ber! who refuse to git e to the support of the gospel r Tune it to 11:40 course, And our information from HanItev, J, D. Duncan and Itev. Mar. cock is that sho will poll her usual Detin mocratic majority. What effect docs a missionary spirit 3. Lennin, of Hardinsburg, is in the race for tho State Senate. Mr. Leniiiu has made no public announcement of his candidacy, but tho News has it pretty straight that ho will bo in the fight. Mr. Lcnuin is the representative of the Peoples party, and will go into the race as their standard bearer. He lias nlliliatcd with that party for sometime and is about tho best posted man in the Tenth District on its principles. Kkv. 11. J. DuRglns cultivated within us have upon our christian lives? Time to 1:10, Hcv. I. M. Washburn and ltev, J. In home nils. Turnips, potatoes, onions and cabbage W, B. Hardin. ' James li Stone will assist clerk It. S Skillman during court W. B. Hardin occupies, tho storeroom on the corner opposite Major Scotta', belonging to Mrs. Heston. Miss Susie Monarch, of Owcnsboro, is visiting Miss Mary Bowmen Frank Board and Ed Guthrio made a flying trip to Chicago last week. Attorney R. E. Woods, of Louisville, is here attending court this week. Beard & Beeler have moved to the storehouse occupied by Hardin & Brown. Mr Mat May who has been in tho West about live years, is at home on ' a visit. Why run all over town huntinggroccr-ic- s wnon you can And them at W. B. Hardin's. Miss Sal lie Kiuclieloo has gono to Henderson to visit her sister, Mrs, Georgia Hayes. Notice All persons knowing themselves indebted to mo.wlll please come forward and settle. W. W. Vessels. Mr. Oscar Brown, who has been living at New Albany for the past two years, lias returned hero witli his family. A nhmber of the prospective candidates for 'county offices next year, were out shaking hands here last Monday. Repairing of every class in the art of a silversmith done cheap and Satisfaction guaranteed. T. C. Lewis. Mr. Jolly Meador has moved into his now house. J. E. Monarch will occupy the one ho vacates and J. B. Buzby will move to the one Mr. Monarch leaves. A large and well selected assortment of jcwelery, watches, clocks, silverware, spectacles, music and musical instruments, etc. Call and examine our stock. T. C. Ixiwis & Co. Lost on tho 5th of September ono red milch cow about three years old, white spot in the face, hole in left ear and large white spot on rump. Any one giving mo information as to her whereabouts will be liberally rewarded. James Mntthews, Hardinsburg. flifl Fiscal Court which was in session last week did not find a great deal of business to transact. Thoy wound up in three days. Thoy appointed a commit-te- o to look out a site for a bridge across tho Little Falls at Beach Fork. A contract was let out to lay a brick pavement on tho north and east Hide of tho court houso square. The appropriations wero small and tho claims allowed wore not very numerous. Mr. Chelf asked for an appropriation from tho county for services as Commonwealth's Attorney, but tho claim was rejected. Dr. Milton Board was Commissioner of the poorhouso ami Mr. Jarboo, the jioor-houkeeper. Rev. L. E. Campltell leaves witli his family for his new work at Bowling Green this week. Ho told us ho was much pleased with his new appointment and the work would pay better financially than the ono he is leaving. Tho towns on his circuit all lie on the railroad and are conveniently situated. Ho oxpects to reside in Bowling Green and havo advantage of tho good schools there for his children. The circuit will pay something liko $900 a year. Rev. Breeding will reach hero y or The ladies have brushed up tho parsonage and it is ready for occupancy. Tho new preacher has a family of three children. He will fill his regular appointment here on the third Sunday. Notice. I havo bought W. W. Vessels' saloon and am now the proprietor of Tammany. Will bo glad to see my old customers and will guarantee to treat them right. Will keep in stock tho best whiskies and wines and also a good lino of cigars and tobacco. R. E. Mattingly. first-class. se to-da- VEST'S i t- SHOES p;-SS- ' 4S ! Pit Well Wear Well TamIp !U 111 ncTvn i ' IL See our Novelties in Ghildrm's Gaps V IN fSi& 8 -- - S!SSS33SH 0 Leather Velvet and HIGHWAYS. The New Road And Fassway Which Went Into Effect October 3rd 1893. That tho members oj the Fiscal Court and tho public may learn soma of the most important features embraced in chapter 232, regulating tho maintenance and creation of public roads and pass-way-s says the Elizabethtown News, we extract from a certified copy of the above law tho following sections, tho enforcement of which went into effect on tho 3rd Inst. Thero aro 47 sections in this chapter, hut wo havo room to publish only tho following this week: Secv.19. The Fiscal Court shall havo full power and authority to levy an ad valorum tax, for road and bridgo purposes, of not exceeding twenty-liv- e cents per year on each one hundred dollars worth of property, assessed for State and county taxation, to bo collected in tho same manner, by the same officers, and under the same obligations as other county revenue is collected and the fund shall be designated as tho "Road and Bridgo N Cloth. 333 S3 m -- fl? " VEST tho public roads of their counties and fix the width of each, which will not be less than fifteen nor more than sixty feet wide, and may determine the width of of each class. tho road-be- d Sec. 23. Any supervisor or overseer who shall willfully fail or refuse to discharge liis duties, shall bo guilty of a misdemabnor, and, upon indictment and conviction, shall bo fined not less than five nor moro than twenty dollars for each offense ; an-- t any ono assigned to work on a public road who shall wlllf uTly fail or refuse to do good and efficient work after having been notified by tho officer having supervison of the road to bo worked or somo ono authorized in writing by him to give said notice, for at least two days, shall upon trial and conviction beforo a justice of tho peace, bo fined for each day thoy shall so fall to work two dollars and fifty cents. All such fines shall go into the road and bridgo fund of the county, to be used for road purposes, and upon of said fine, a capias pro fine may issue. Sec. 35. If tho Fiscal Court shall bo decide any taxpayer who shall bo desire shall havo tho privilege of working on the public roads in his coanty sufficiently long to pay his rood and bridge tax, but shall work fo.- - tho same compensation per day, and tho samo number1 of hours per day, and under tho Bamo regulations, that othor hands employed to work on tho roads', and tho supervisor Bhall give, such persons who desiro to pay his road tax in work, a rccoipt specifying tho number of days he may so work, and if tho work done shall equal his tax at tho specified price agreed on, then such receipt shall be evidenco of tho payment of his road and bridgo tax (u full, but If ho only works out a part of said tax, tho receipt shall only evidence bucIi part paymont thereof. Sec. 30. All tualo persons confined in tho county jail or under the judgment of a court directing that they may bo worked at hard labor, shall bo available to tho supervisor or overseer for the purpose of working them on tho public highways. work-houses, ""' r K Fund." . speare" Mrs. S. C,j;Malln, bou Jess, and her brother, Mr. Tim Robinson, of Vino Grove, left Monday for Ashland to attend the marriago of P. K. Mnlin and Miss Anny Lcfllngwell. Tho honey moon will bo spent in Chicago with a sister of tho bride and of course sight seeing at tho Fair will be on tho program. Proc's friends here oxtend the sincercst congratulations coupled with the kindest wishes for a long life of prosperity and happiness. v Little Mabel Simmons celebrated her eighth birthday last Thursday by entertaining her little friends from six to nine. The junior members of society wero all thero witli smiling faces and pretty clothes and Miss Mabel was the recipient of many beautiful tokens of their love, and friendship. Mrs. Simmons served refreshments of ices, cakes and confectionary. Games wero played '(III 1IH1.1 ar.ua wi.. -- Irwr... tlttln f.w.t V... HIIIU ",va fc'V" 01UVJ, A.llIU IUCI) weary and then good nights were exchanged to go home and 'dream of the happy evening. GARFIELD. Farmers are busy cutting up corn and sewing wheat. Quito a small crowd from here tookjn the excursion Thursday. Mrs. Mary Legrand, who has been quite sick is slowly improving. Mrs. Fannio Board visited relatives in Owcnsboro last week. Miss Sarah Driskell has just returned from Louisville witli a nico lot of millinery. Mr. George Bell has returned from Bullitt county. Ho reports his brother as being very ill. Born to the wife of Charley Mattingly September the 2:5rd a fine cirl. What about tho church that was going to bo built hero? Wo never hear of it any more. Mr. Andrew Driskell passed through hero Saturday on his way from Hudaon-ville. 4. The negro as a factor sion work. Time i;jq to jjio. Itev. A. V. Wbittinghill and ltev. II, II. 5. White What proportion o our income should we give for the support of the gos. pel f rime o;jo to iojio, Itev. J. Armstrong and ltev. W. v, liar-rc- ll When tho Hon. J. C. 8. Blackburn stated in a seech in tho United States Senate the other day that tho Kentucky Democrats were opiosed to tho repeal of the Sherman act ho had evidently not heard from the Breckenridgo county Democrats. Read the resolution adopted by them at HardiiiBburg last Monday. It reads liko they were willing to entrust it all to the President and Mr. Carlislo and were notag'in it at all. The decision of Judge McBcath in the Klchardson contest need not have been a surprise to any one There was nothing in the election law conferring jurisdiction !n tho Circuit Court, and the caso was proporly dismissed. But Gen. Gross wishing to bo fair, and having all along coveted a full investigation of tho matter did not euro to have it thus summarily disposed of. Ho proposed to arbitrate, but Ilichanlson'H attor neys objected. All of these propositions from Gen. Gross and, his friends have certainly been sufficient to allay any and all suspicions of collusion or fraud. It will not be contended that Irregularities did not oxist in tho primary but they were not bo palpable afi to have made Gen. Gross' nomination Illegal Ho got it fairly so said tho Canvassing Board, and that should havo settled it. Wo presume now that it is settled. In as much as Mr, Klchardson has openly declared his intention to supjiort the nominee, wo infer that all is well and that every Democrat in tho district will do the same thing. Gross 6. The relation of children to mission work, Time I01IO to 10150. Itev. W. It. Williams and ltev. W. II. Kulledge The lllhle doctrine of foreign missions Time 10:50 to lljjo. Itev. II, 1. Ilagan and ltev. J. N, I.yncl 8. Education as a missionary work In the Baptist church, Time 1:30 tu a:io Ucv. W. K. Crocker and Prof. Shacklett g. A brief history of our missionary In China, Time alio to 3:50. Ilcv. W, , It. Cullous It. I Shacklett, W. II. Kutledge Cum nlttce on 7. programme. Fire at Skillman. Tlio residenco of James E. Couty, of Skillman, together with all his household and kitchen furniture and $400 in money was totally consumed by fro last Sunday morning while they were away attending Sunday school. The cause of tho fire is not known. Mr. Couty thinks it was fiom a defective lino while others think It was set on fire for tho purpose of robbery. Tho money belonged to he and his brother and consisted of currency and silver. It had been iu the house for Homo timo and they forgot to look after it on this particular morning. The houso was a two story log dwelling and ono of tho oldest in the lMUtoni. It is known as tho old Hog Mansion and stands directly on tho river bank. Tho loss falls pretty heavy on tho Couty boys as they had no insurance. Needing, r It Is pleasant to II It OWN' tonic, or children that want building tin. should take LADIES take, cure Malaria, InJIges-Uon.anIMlouinws. AUdetVrskeeplt. 1IION HITTERS. tl Mr. Pilo and family, of Burns, visited at L. A. Gray's Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mary Moredoek, of Owensboro, is hero visiting her brother, James Webb. Did you over think jiow amusing it is Rev. II. C. Hook preached a very in foresting sermon at Pleasant, Grove Sun to read first ono side of the questions poday eve. litically, and then on tho other? Democrats tell us that the country is going to The Louisville Stock Markot. destruction because of tho policy of tho Harrison administration and tlnt tho (Iteported by Ilournc, Harper, llrooks Jk Co, prevailing conditions aro due to former Louihviixe, Kv , Oct. 0. Cattle. silver legislation and that awful Sherman Fresh receipts 1,000 head, on sale about law. Tho Republicans assert that the 1,100 head. Market active and 10 to 15c. stringency is just what thoy predicted higher on (rood to extra Butchers Steers and is due to the Democratic party and 1000 to 1200 lbs. All other grades of tho "threatened overthrow of tho Butchora very slow at last week's prices. hill." And bo throughout its About 250 unsold, Good heavy Feeders "Katy did" and "Katy didn't." This 1,000 to 1,200 lbs, in demand. monetary question is a Jeep one, and Hoob Receipts 2,700 head, market whether gold and silver should bo legal lower. Best Packers 0J to 0.55, About tender, or gold, silver, and paper should all sold. bo kept of equal valuo, or whether tho Kiieei' and Lamiw Receipts 1171 head pension system is or is not right, wo can market firm on good to extra fat Sheep afford to leave to such statesmen as Carand heavy Lambs. Common Lambs lislo and tho Houso. But what is of far dull, No demand for Stock Ewes. more Importance just now to us of tho Mc-Kinl- Robert G. Ingersoll on "MytliB and Miracles" at Macauloy's last Sunday drew an audience Ho's an orator, being an agnostic, would not deter a christian from, hearing hjm, for ono need 6nly look up and say "Tho heavens declare tho glory of God, and tho firament showeth Ills handiwork." Sing, "Tho Bpaclous firament on high," play, "Hay. don's orotoris" and refuto his arguments by leading him through nature up to nature's God. "Nono bo blind aa those who will not see." bee. zu. xno fiscal court may re quire all ablebodied male citizens of the county over eighteen or under fifty years of age, except licensed ministers of tho gospel and citizens of incorporated towns and cities, to work on the public roads of the county, not exceeding six days in eacli year and cause them to bo assigned to work on the roads nearest and most convenient to their residence, and any such citizen may furnish an able bodied substitute to work in his place. A day's work on roads shall bo eight hours. Tho Fiscal Court ut its first regular ttrm in eighteen hundred and ninety-fou- r and every two yeurs thereafter shall appoint a County Supervisor of roads or such district Supervisors as may be deemed best and may appoint such overseers as may bo necessary who shall hold their term of offico for a term of two years from tho date of their appointment and until their successors are appointed and quallified. Any vacancy occurring in tho oflico of supervisor or overseor may bo filled by tho County Court until tho next regular term of tho Fiscal Court. Tho supervisor or supervisors shall execute bond in tho County Court within thirty days after his appointment with good and sufficient sureties to be approved by tho Judgo of the County Court for tho faithful perform- auco of his duties. Tho Fiscal Court shall make tho supervisor or supervisors a reasonable allowance for his services. Sec. 21. Tho Fiscal Court shall proscribe necessary rules and regulations for tho proper management of tho public roads and bridges Jn thecountyand shall! properly provide tor repairing and keeping them in repair, and may authorize tho supervisor or oveisoer to employ such wagons and other implements as may bo necessary. Sec. 22. Tho Fiscal Court may classify YOU'LL BE FILLED WITH AMAZEMENT WHEN YOU SEE OUR m ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHING! No ono ever before went into thie' line bo extensively in this city. It is no wonder that everybody's talking about it, Clothing for the Small Boy, Clothing for tho Largo Boy, Clothing for Everybody Wonderful how cheap we can fit you out with a proper Overcoat. Isn't it worth whilo to act promptly COME NOW r h SULZER'S A Valuable Farm for Sale. nth, iSm, the home- X0 acres. mi mo rorui ot ItouKlwIn ' i.rccKcnnage. county, I Ky. Will be sold at public qla nn Ida " !"" f : so .4 ine bidder, one-El- On Saturday, December .j nivahlB In one and two P'a ,n "V"" purchaser be' years, the 'ntllments, I" 1!iLl .k"u1? ana lor deferred Kuou sutticlent securlt bearing tlx per cent. Interest from til Location of land, said tract ol land Is situated 0n1Ilhe Le'tctfi.eld "ml "Mdlnsburg road.n ne an; l n'r a, one the best farm. ''fi'1'1. In llrcckenffdgc "'"ventylcre.oVtheland U.nM.e.d a.ni1 Jljl,y. fcneB "aet?ctuttfvn.d.onfCrBOOd Lf S ?' cAto b P?lfca.h In M " "" Dcscrlptlon-- "'h bef"l Of Interost to Taxpayers. Undor the now revenue law tho iQ Sheriffs of the Commonwealth will havo r to nmko full and completo settlements FOB 8AIE. wfth tho Auditor by tho first day of One store house and lot in the city of Clover December, which will push tho collect port, on Wall street adjoining II. Newsom's onice. ion of taxes, somewhat And a provis- address A itood business location. KKANKDeliAVKN, ion in tho law requires tho taxpayer to llardlnsburg, Ky, havo his receipt bofore tho Sheriff cun FOR SALE. sottlo, which will make rather hardship iiJri-'ilJLWffk.i rcKisicrca ."?. on some Shcrlfls, especially, where thoy rowVe'on,.meUC,,'nyor'.,ny . ,& SB J&L-L.- . JV have, in tho past, whenever tho time of final settlement camo about, been adHe wit will- -. -. vancing tho money to meet whatever shortage thero was until tho taxes could L. bo collected. Now it is quite different. All unpaid taxes in a few days longer Mr. Chas. If, llauer Of Frederick, Ml, suffered terribly tor otat will necessitate tho Sheriffs of tho State ten years with abscesses and running lores on of 'making lovlcs to meet tho requiretiu left leg. lie wasted away, grew weak and ments of tho law to tho letter. ElizaUila, and was obliged to use a eane and crutch, bethtown News. EyeryUiliitf whloli oould tie thought of was don couta Inlnp eleven Is the and, and a beautiful room,,with haDdsoraS yard khad,e "L"V Therc ' falling well In the yard of the best water. Ha. two good all necessary out houses. An 'stock .J'ersoni waSllnsT home wIlTdo i" on a.nd day of well to on sale. For further particular address ?,;I,"'I". Ky. A first-clas- s twp.story dwelling-hous- e, ntr ?.c;i" fT "'"f"' I c'iVam' .'1 ?' M m .'!. Dr. J. Moorman, Vi wlUiout good result, until ha began taking which effected a perfect cure. Mr. llauer Is now in the best of health. Full particular ck iUs.caso will be sent all who address 0. 1. Hood St Co.,I.oweU. Maw. Hood's Sarsaparijla , HOOD'S PILL8 are the best ftwtrt OlgMtle euri fet4aeb as4 mUwasw. Children liko to take "0. O. O. Certain Chill Cure," tho pleasOLOVERPORT, KY.V ant Bud tritarantuod cure for Fever, Ague and Malaria Bet- Office with Br. Jt T. Owch, Bail -- Hit at Hrldice. tor than Quinine. Price CO cts. Buy your Shirts from Bbbage.. Resident Dentist t s- SrAll kinds of Dsntel work done and satis, iaeUB guaranteed. THH BRRGKRNRIDGE 1 NEXWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY- - 3 . I I Tlxe Pall ARE HERE TOO, ANDIs Here Season READY AND WE S' UNDERWEAR In all sizes, shapes and qualities Prices to suit all. ? I v. it a r( ra f To Meet Every Demand for Fall Apparel! MENS' UNDERWEAR, N HOSIERY! HOSIERY!! We carry a full line of Heavy Cotton, Fleeced and Woolen Hose, from the cheapest to the Best Grades. Full line of Fleeced Cotton Under- Union Suits, natural and white. Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00 and up. wear, Non-irritatin- g , ? We Can Sell You a Wrap i, ' 1 In this department we cannot be excelled. Our stock consists of a full line of Ladies', Misses' and Misses' and Ladies' Children's Wraps, all the latest, styles, and at prices calculated to sell them fast. Children's long Cloaks and Reefers Jackets, large sleeves and heavy material, all sizes from $1.50 up. at all prices to suit the trade. FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS ! Our stock consists of all the choice Novelties, in French and English Fabrics. Coloring and combination never'so beautiful, Our Dress Goods comprise a complete line of handsome materials. All in the latest weaves and styles, Hopsackings, Storm Serge, Jackuards, Diagonals Cheviots Ombra effects in new makes and beautiful shades. The prices you will find compare with the goods, lowest and best when quality is compared. ' Clothing, Hats and Shoes. You have no idea how cheap you can dress up and look presentable until you have examined our stock and prices. Our stock represents all desirable suitings in Worsted All Wool, Oassimere and Cheviot Suits at $8, $10, $12, $15 and $20. In Hats we carry all the desirable styles at popular prices. Shoes to Suit and fit men, women and children. I 1 I We carry a complete assortment in Gray, Scarlet and White from 85c to $10 a pair. If you need a pair of Blankets now is your time to buy while tne stock is full. E desire a special inspection of our stock. It is good. It is cheap. We know we can please you. All we ask is thac you call and see it. We take pleasure in showing our goods and pleasing our customers, Blankets 1 Blankets I m m : 9 Son, W. H. Bowmer & GLOYRRPORT, 11, 1893. WIND AND RAIN STORM KY, n P- .- v v Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER y 1 TORNADO SWEPT, TERRIFIC IN THE SOUTH. Scores of Lives Lost and Much Property Dostroyed. Nbw Ohlkans, La., Oct. 2. A terrific tornado struct flew uneans iaio law night, coming from the northeast, and rageil hero all night and a portion of today, sweeping south from iiero along tho line of tho Mississippi River, through tho Parish of Flaquomino to tho Gulf. Tho storm was ono of tho worst which ever visited this section, and as far as can bo learned killed 21 or more persons and wounded probably three times as many, some of them fatally, besides destroying a largo amount of property at New Orleans. The wind had reached a velocity of 48 miles an hour at 8 o'clock when tho aerometer of tho Weather Bureau was destroyed. jk 'Mr b --,. It constantly increased in force until 2 ' a. m., when its velocity was estimated at CO miles an hour, Tho crash of sheds and buildings blown down, trecstornup and houses unroofed caused intense alarm, and most of tho population of the city stayed up all night, expecting their houses to bo blown down Among tho buildings destroyed was a largo markot house, which crushed sov- - oral buildings in its fall; the Burdetto Street Mission Uliurcn, tho cotton yards of tho Northeastern Railroad, Coleman's boiler shop and tho Pythian Hall. A number of othor buildings were unroofed. LKVKE WASHED AWAY. BLEW SIXTY MILES AN IIOUK. '. The revetment leveo on Lake Ponchar- train which protects New Orleans from overllow on tho rear, was washed away, tho water sweeping over it 15 feet or tno')) and many of the yachts thcro were sunken or injured. In the Mississippi tho coal fleet was Hcattored, tho transfer boat of the Texas and Pacific Railroad badly damaged and several wharves carried away. NOT A HOUSE ESCAflil). ! ' y -- . Potnto a la Hacho, a town of 2,000 peo- pie, was tho worst sufferer. In that town not a single houso escaped injury. and Catholic church, Tho court-hous- e the principal buildings in the town, and some 20 other buildings. wore destroyed and tho situation was so threatening that ttio greater portion of tho people, fearing being crushed to death in their buildings camped out In tho street all night In a heavy rain, The air was filled with debris, and the wind blew bo fiercely that many had to anchor themselves against trees to prevent being blown away. Four grown tho great loss vos on tho island settlements along tho Gulf Coast and tho bayous leading to it. Tho country thero is mainly sea marsh, almost destitute of trees. Tho highest point is only seven feet abovo the sea level, and tho greater portion is scarcely threo feet abovo. When, thorefore, tho storm piled tho waves up 15 feet they swept over tho islands am ridges or Ghemie carrying MANY OTIIKIt DEATHS REPORTED. In tho immediate vicinity of Pointo a everything bdfbro them. la Ilacho there aro othor deaths reported rnKVious horrors outdone. and 13 others in tho country below. It Thero havo been several similar disastis probable that tho mortality will bo ers on tho coast. At Lost Island, whero greatly increased when news is received 280 people lost their lives, and at Johnfrom settlements on tho Gulf ston's Bayou tho loss numbored 220 six Coast, below Pointo a la Ilacho, in tho years ago, but Monday's disaster far surorange country of Louisiana. Tho crop passed these in lorror. was ripe upon tho trees and about to bo Tho news has'como in slowly. Monharvested. It was completely destroyed day it was known that tho tint storm had in tho Btorm, with a loss of $350,000 or been very destructive in Plaquemlne mora on this slnglo item, Parish, ifud tho loss of life was estimated Tho erops in the orange trains of Brad-is- li as high ns 35. Tuesday tho news camo Johnson, tho largest in tho South, of tho destruction of the Bayou Cook sethad been sold to a fruit dealer of New tlement and the deaths wero thought, to Orleans, Mr. Otori, for $05,000. It is said bo as many as 250. Yesterday camo in that thcro is not an orange left on tho quick succession tho news of the disasters trees, and it is the same all tho way at Chemie Canunada, tho largest fishing down the coast. Tho loss Is very heavy settlement on tho Gulf coast, at Grand in other crops and property, but tho Islo and other points nnd tho mortality news is too vague yet to form estimates is now estimated at 2,000. It will probaas to tho amount. bly exceed this figure when, tho full record is mado up. STOltV OF THK STOIin. Tho deaths are confined to two parishes, Over 2,000 llllted mid 5,0OO,0O3lii Flaquomino and Jefferson, and aro moro Properly Lout. of this total white poputhan New Orleans, La., Oct 5. Nearly lation. Tho seriously wounded aro few 2,000 killed and $5,000,000 of property in number, in (act the sovcrity of tho annihilated is tho record of tho great storm was such that it required a man of tho finest physique and in perfect condiGulf storm in Louisiana. There has never boon any thing approx- tion to live through it. imating it sinco tho country was Bottled. THE VI:AK AND CHILDREN ALL KILLED. The weak and injured wero all killed, More than half tho population in tho region .flvcr which tho hurrlcano swept and in the settlements where the storm was worst not a singlo child survived and is dead. Everything is wrecked and not ono very few women,' Tho survivors are tho houso in ten is left standing, while tho young men in tho vigor of manhood. survivors aro left in tho most destitute Not one of them hut has a terriblo story condition, without food or oven clothing, to tell; not one but is badly bruised and for most of them wore sleeping in their injured. Tlioy escapod mainly on rafta beds when their houses wero crushed by or logs, floating for 20 to 00 hours in tho water with tho wind at 115 miles an tho wind or tho waves. t Moro than a dozen relief expeditions hour. DESOLATION. wont down from New Orleans yesterday Theso towns and settlements .extend to distribute food among tho survivors, some of whom had had nothing to cat along the Mississippi from Pointo a la slnco Monday, and y an appeal was Hache, 45 miles below Now Orleans, to mado to Collector of Customs Wilkinson tho Gulf on Bayou Baratara and tho to let tho revonuo vessels pick up tho oyBter reefs between thoro and tho mouth of tho Mississippi and tho islands survivors or carry aid to him. stretching from tho Missippi to tho main KNOWN TO HE DEAD. OVER 1,800 The known death list is already abovo land at Chomeio Cannnada, Bay St. 1,800, and that covers only a portion of Louis and Pearl River aro in Mississippi. tho devastated country. It is sucii a not Tho great majority of pcoplo aro whites work of islands, bayous, lakes and and not ovor 100 aro colored. At swamps that It will bo a week before tho Chomeio Canunada was n largo Chinese relief boaU can traverso all tho water- colony engaged in preparing and oxjwrt-jn- g shrimp to China. St. Mulo was setway and discover tho full oxtont of tho damago dono. Tho worst, however, is tled by Maylays or Manilla men, all fish known, for all tho larger settlements ermen. A majority of tho population in have been heard from and it is only tho tho fishing towns wero Creoles, Italians, smaller oni'S scattered along tho bayous Spaniards and sojcnlled Austriana or Daland interior lakes that will havo to bo matians. A, largo proportion of them visited. Tho loss of life in tho parish wore engaged in fishing and owned of Plaquemlnu, lying on both sides of tho boats. 120 FISHINrCVHBBKLS LOST. Mississippi, has been heavy especially la At tho time the Btorm visited Chemoie proportion and numbers 123 lives. But , far-awa-y ono-fourt- h to-da- persons and several children aro known to have been killed in Pointea lallache, but how many children is not exactly known. Among the killed aro: Mrs. Leon, La Francho, wife of ono of the principal merchants of tho town. Mrs. E. Lavanders, wife of a prominent lawyer. Stephonsport Saturday to visit friends and spend Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Beard spent a few days' this weok with their parents, Mr. aud Mrs, D. S. Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Richardson and daughter, Mary De, were tho guests of relatives at Preston Sunday. Miss Jesso Hoylo, of Clovorport, spent tho past two weoks with her sister, Miss Minnie, at Mrs. C. M. McGlothlan's. coffins. DESTITUTION ABROAD. Mrs. It. G. Bicketta, Mrs. D. S. RichsectThroughout all tho storm-visite- d ardson and Mrs. J. Severs wero tho guests ion tho majority of tho people aro in of Mrs. Hardin, of Lodiburg, last Saturgreat destltition, many of them being day.) without clothing. Tho storm camo upon Mr. Sam Cashman and family, of Now them in the night when they wero dis- Albany, havo moved into tho houso rerobed, and thoy havo been in that con- cently occupied by Mr. J. O. Cunningdition ever since. It had rained all Sun- ham. day and tho wind was qui to strong, but Misses Mlnuio and Jesso Hoylo and no ono anticipated a storm. It was after Eliza Brashear and Mr. Os llaynes atmidnight when tho hurricane broke, and tended the Owonfboro fair Thursday and it was so sudden that tho peoplo wero Friday. unablo to get anything. It was impossiMiss Sara E. Richardson returned home ble to seo a distance of 10 feet away, and Friday after a trip to tho World's Fair husbands and wives stood up to their J and an extended visit to relatives in necks in tho waterall nightcling'g totrees Louisvillo. and only a fow feet apart, not knowing Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. where each other wore until daylight. C. M. McGlothlan; Mrs. Jabe I lay lies Nine feet of water swept over tho levees and daughters, and Mrs. Sara Bruner atwhen the sea backed up and rushed over tended church at Raymond last Sunday. Into tho river, and continued to do so A very enjoyable dining was given last until tho water had gono down. Tho Thursday by Mr and Mrs II. 8. English tidal wavo then started out liko a mill-rac- of Robert's Bottom. Tho following wero carrying most of tho bodies to sea. tho visiting guests : Capt. Joo Phillips, FORTS DESTROYED. Chicago, 111., Mr. Jas. Phillips, daughter At Fort St. Phillip tho guns woro dis- and Lebanon; Mr. and mantled. Fort Livingston, in Baratara, Mrs. D. S. "Richardson, Union Star, Mrs. of the most heavily constructed forts ono Hondricko, Long Branch; Mr. and Mra. in tho South, is completely destroyed. L. T. Roberts, Robert's Bottom. The Nothing is left but tho lighthouse. Only occasion was a success In every respect two houses aro standing at Benas settleand reunited friends and schoolmates of ment and nono at Bohemia, Of tho 300 fonnor days. peoplo living in or around Bayou Cook only 23 aro accounted for or havo reSTEPHENSPORT. ported. e, grand-daughter, Canunada, 120 fishing vessels were in tho gulf fishing. Not a word has since been heard from them or their occupants. Along tho Mississippi tho loss of llfo was to sonio extent duo to falling buildings. In Bararatrt Bay it was caused wholly by drowning. The Mississippi rose 0 feet and poured over tho levees. Tho Gulf roso 15 feet and between theso two floods everything was washed away or destroyed. Chomeio Canunada, whero tho greatest Joss of lifo occurcd, is a fishing town of 1,040 people, situated on tho main land 'of Louisiana, opposite Grand Islo. It was supposed to be tho safest place on the Gull Coast, but tho fury of tho storm raised tho water In tho bay back of It 15 feet and poured over the Island 8 feet deep. With a current of 8 to 10 miles an hour it swept o very thing before it and of the 310 houses on tho settlement only threo wero standing at sunrlso Monday. Tho Burvivors were secured by clinging to trees or poles. Most of tho bodies wero carried to Bea, but those that wero found wero buried in trendies, it being impossible to obtain UNION STAR. Mr. CharlioCoshman is teaching school at Look Out. Mr. D. S. Jticliardson spent soverrtl days in Louisvillo last wcok. Mrs. Basil Argerbright spent Sunday with relatives near Lodiburg. Mr. Hubert Bruner was tho guest of Miflfl Blancho Frymiro last Sunday. Mr. Luther Argerbright and family havo moved to Mrs. Alex Shellman's. Mr. Jos. Sklllman, of Clovorport, was guest of Mr. O. M. McGlothlan lost Monday. Mrs. Abe Allen and daughter, Miss Katie, were guests of Mrs. Win. Milner Tb itapu HLg m-'&- t fprwinoa r I Wj WAYNE'S Wt ?' ;9 fvithl aaj Intern! i mMMiM. ni hh floMbf OINTMENTi 4rftUu,f MDt by will for&Oeti. AdJrua Da, MiYi Bvn roiiMwpai. r. aik jur traffiii wu. haifciaaUftr.vhiu&kdhtiJtW I Ur.tettBia.iUh, all" Itnotiom oa tht fiM.i htmA. aoM. A1mt1b Kv W S '11 Correctly weekly by I'umphrcy A Produce . ouiinUsfon Merchants, atobciond M.,bit. Main and Market, !uivllli, Ky. Secrets of LOUISVILLE. KY.. Oct, 10 J&II3. Shippers should mark all packages plainly, o with shipper's name and address, BUTTKll. Choice, country 20 22 poat-offic- Medium Common Creamery , .. Dressmaking AH the highly prized secret of the dressmaker's art wBl be divulged in the series of articles on vnnti . 16 13 31 Q Fresh l'OULTHV. Ileni per lb Spring Chickens, per lb... Ducks per doien Prime, white goose Mixed Old 15Kl ... .2 . 7 00 FEATHiniS. 3.1 Sunday. Mr. Owen Cunningham came up from 0 2 75 0 20 M 30 3& No. 1. duck Home Wsm V Dressmaking to appear In these columns. They teach how to cut, fit, and make all the difficult shapes of the day. Green, pood....i Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheen skin d HIDES, 2 5 15 20 20 6$ 25 3 (a) ft (5 (S 7 25 WOOL. 25 (ctf 80 B w 5ave Thorn. Orease, line Urease, coarse Merino Hurry and Cots y 26 M (S 12 6 wh&rfi HAY, QKAIN, FEKD. We quote prices on Louisville city OATS. 2 S S 17 16 14 10 No, oat HAY. 32 10 60 ( g) 13 II 00 G 12 10 00 m 11 6 4 75 36 00 00 Doner THAN Quinine. Strictly choice Choice no. 2 Good Medium HUGHES' TONIC The Old Itellable, Sure Cure for dood Bright Straw- Choice white Choioo shelled COHN. oa 50 ,, (v4fl 50 CHILLS mlM ROBINSON-PETTET FEVER. CO., Clovcrport, Ky. Don't tike nny Substitutes, a sizes. joe. andll. For Sale by DruKKlits. New Grown per barrel 1 ..I 40 From store 2c to Jo per bu higher. ONIONS. Southern and Home from storo 2 00 to 2 CAUUAOE. 1 25 to 2 Per crate from storo POTATOES. f- 10 25 LOUISVILLE, KY. For Sale by A. II. FISIIUIt, Bates to the World's Fair. Call on agents of tho Louisville, St. Louis i&Texas Railway before purchasing your tickets to Chicago. Direct connec- Michigan, hand picked Indiana Navy " Common and colored Flat and mixed CATTLE. flood to extra shipping Light shipping Best Butcher Medium to good butchers DEANS. 1 1 80 to 2 10 60 to 1 60 75 to 65 to 4 3 3 3 1 1 00 00 25 10 00 85 40 00 (5) 00 SO 4 4 3 3 65 25 50 40 75 25 IIOOS. tion mado with all lines via Louisvillo. 0 Good Bcrvico and best of attention shown Choice packing and buTthors 4 Fair to good to passengers, Houghs ..fl For furthor information, address Sboats and pigs 100 lbs and under,3 Louisvillo, Ky. ' II. O. MoitnuE, ABst. Gon. Pass. Agent, Good to extra shipping Fair to good SHEEP. , 6 fa) 4 6 60 00 (X 3 T.....2 75 1 A trial will convince Uio most Dkcptlcnl that " C. C. C. Certain Cough Ctiro" U tho (rroatost remedy extant Tot tlio euro of LMtirlpno, Croup, Coughs, Colds, &a, t LAMBS. Good to extra spring , Fair to good CLOVEKTOHT v 60 3 25 2 50 4 75 4 50 2 50 t 00 UETAIL MAUKET. 10 20 COBRtCTXD WKKKLY. Apples, per peck . 0 SBL,swc3f Cheese, per pound, Cucumbers, per doien Butter, per pound , Men laugh when told that Tobacco injures them, who, if thoy were honest, would confess to nervous headacho, fluttering of tho heart, throat diseaso, disarranged stomuch and a general breaking down of their system. Hill's Chlo-rld- o of Gold Tablets aro tho only remody which effects a speedy, permanent cure. All druggists sell them. Mlsa Maud Gilbert returned homo Saturday from tho Owensboro fair. Mr. Joint Warfield, of Clovorport, was in town Sunday looking nflor his lest girl. Mr. David Marshall was in town Sun day. f Mr. Oscar Holder, of Clorerporlr was- Derby, Ind., which was recontly burnt in town tjunday. Miss Lee Gilbert jvos la Owerobore1 a out, Is rapidly building up again "with a much' better class of biddings. 'ow days last week attending, the fair;. ...?,......, i,,10 Cabbsge, per head.,,.lflf5!rA;!SSSi .o.l.?ftW?:rfflSRJ925 Chickens,' each Corn, . pet beishel New poUtoes, per peck Onions, per peck String bens, per peok Snrlng chickens, each nneai, per ousnoi 1520 Kg;.P DuckfMsh doien ( ,....2030 ....... 10 15 e. 0. c. Boasting ears, per doien I'eaobea per bushel Pears , Plums, per peck Totaatoes, per dot Sweet Potatoes, per lb ., , 12J0e. 60 ,c. 10 20 e. 20 ,e. e. 510 3 SfillO 80Q,l 00 SO 75 20 e. o. Meiions J Canteloupe c. . ,2$(t0 e. 1 n t . 'I " - rrM f j T- - n - Jtsr,W'4,"y " ' """"ff 'mpf" "1 T .iwwiTOiiiaiiiinviiwMMt(a1M'J(lniW'IBMiVtiW'i'iu?ii ! THEX BRELGKEINIIDQEX MESS'S, .. Highest of all in Leavening Powcr. - - Latest U.S. Gov't Iicroit. MEW DonmiHt HOWAfVD ii, ar d. rnto s&fiuy. CO. Rpy&i g&m Dosplto tho disorder of his dress, one "Certainly." "What for so ns to bo with her?" "So iia to get homo and nttcn-- to my buslucHu," Bruco replied, avoiding tho Tho frirl swept her hair out of her eyes with a sudden Impatient movement and leveled her brows full upon him. "Then sho hasn't anything to do with it?" sho said, with a look of rolicf. "Sho will bo In tho party, of course, bnt that Is not tho reaon of my departure," ho replied, truthfully enough. Cynthia was, silent, apparently thinking. "You'll como and seo mo again?' sho said at length. "Of course I will if you wish it." "I do," sho replied frankly. Both wero silent. "Henry Broco," Cynthia said at last, lifting her eyes to him with a pleading earnestness, "thero's going to bi a ball over at San Marcus ono of thosodays, and I want you to tako mo. Will you "That yon nro really going?" ABSOLUTE! , to dust nnd hard riding, tho small stature of tho first speaker, his heavy mustache, bald forehead and nervous manner revealed Sheriff Mosely of Oskaloo. Ho blow tho few remaining drops of spirit from his hugo mnstachios nnd tweaked them fleicely ns ho dismounted. "I reckon wo hotter tie up till tho sun gets down n little," ho said to his "I ain't very well known liete, but if thet chap Kornochnn is ns likely a feller as his pardner, Henry Bruce, wo won't get no slouch of a reception. Ye might givo Smithareens a feed of corn aforo ye como in." With this considerate suggestion for tho welfare of his mare a long limbed, gaunt, ill favored roan ho unslung his revolvers from his sadjlo pommel and do itr "I guess bo," tho young man replied in- strodo away to tho polch, buckling on differently. "That is, if nothing happen his holster belt as ho went. Tho afternoon sunshino was Numberto prevent. Have you no othor, escort?" ing on tho broad veranda. A iair of Cynthia scowled. themselves la"I nover saw tho timo yet I luid to go Scotch greyhounds laised nnd barked at zily from the doorstpno round begging," sho replied tartly. "Captain Forakcr, I reckon, is glad flio stranger. Tho quick' rustling of d enough to get tho chance. Ho's very woman's dress nnd n vision of fluttering, ribbons and flying braids ns sho hurried obliging." into tho houeo indicated that tho fair Brace overlooked tho inference. "When is this 'remarkable affair to Koto had nlso been surprised by tho arrival.' como off?" ho inquired. "Doggono it, thct's a woman nil "About tho closo of tho spring 'round-upsoino weeks off yet," sho replied, over!" exclaimed the sheriff, halting in looking at him fixedly unci twisting the his trackslmd patting tho heads of the antelope's coat in a way that must have Jogs, who fawned upon him. No dnmb inimal could long resist tho nppnuches been torture. "Cynthia," said Brace, leaning toward of Ike, much less anything of tho canine her and looking into her eyes, "I want type. JIo possessed the truo sportsman's you to promise mo that you won't let touch, nnd they detected it at onco. "Thot's n woman every timo," conthat man tako you anywhero. You must know, from what your father says, tinued Mr. Mosely, confiding a knowing that his company is not creditablo to wink to tho posts of tho front gallery. nny young woman much less your- "Sho's prob'ly gono in to slick up. It's no uso though! I'vo been tryin to imself." Tho girl looked down at tho fawn. press it on tho femalo sex fur tho best "Say you'll tako me, nnd I will," she pait of n wearin life thet they hain't no stipulated. Iower nntch'ully over tho sheriff of Os"I havo already conditionally," Bruco kaloo." In spito of tho emphatic protest of Mr. rejoined. "I know that," said Cynthia, "but I Iko Mosely in regard to tho invulnerdon't want any hangiu firo. Aro you ability of his affections, it was quite thinkin of takin that dark girl?" sho sud- noticeable that, having mounted the denly inquired. steps, ho took tho opportunity of survey"Not at all," Bruco unswered, "but ing his warlike undersizo in tho short business might prevent. I may bo at mirror of tho ranch window and actu Iho Post selling my wool. I might bo ally passed his short fingers through his iick a thousand things might happen. scanty locks as ho sank down in tho luxurious reclining chnir. A small hand I cannot promise" "Very well," said Cynthia, rising with kerchief with polka dots one of thoso decision, but with a disappointed look. dclicato trifles that femininity affects-w- as crumpled tip in tho fur of tho great "Neither can I. I reckon I hear your you. P'raps you bet- buffalo robe. Iko took it trp carelessly. sweetheart It was redolent of n delicato perfumo ter bo goin." nnd tho nntelopo and pleasantly suggested tho owner. Ho And calling sho whisked suddenly out of tho bower. raised it rovorently to his lips. "Wo don't get very much of thisbiz-nes- s Bruco returned to tho ranch with a in our profession," ho soliloquized, feeling of dibcomfiture. Ho had tho welfare of Miss Dallas sincerely at heart. "but it's hunuinizin and makes a man reHe had decided to warn her against the member who ho is." Ho became strangely quiet, nnd his attentions of Captain Foraker, of whoso hard, steel blue eyes took on a softer look indiscrimination and heartless gallantries ho lmd long been aware. But ho as tho faint odor woko iv chord of his had met with rebuff and wus naturally memory. What wus it nbout sjio scent of those ornngo blossoms that took him chagrined. He found his companions mounted and back in tho past? Ho saw an old plantation lionso and its outlying fields of corn impatiently awaiting him. Phil was holding tho bridle rein of a nnd cotton. Tho moon roso softly over small sorrel pony already saddled for tho tho bayou, tipping tho low porch with black and silver. journey. Bruco delayed only to shake tho horny J Who was that standing in tho sliadow hand of his host and wave n farewell to there, tho vines of tho trellis drifting in tho ebony Amelia, who was standing in patches over her fair young face? And tho doorway of her quarters. Cynthia who that young fellow, small of stature, was nowhero to bo seen. Springing into but lltho aud active, slipping upon tho tho stirrups of tho sorrel, ho rodo away littlo hand u circlet of gold beneath tho with the rest, absorbed in his gloomy re- palo moon's glamour? Ah, yes, it was all past long ngol Thero was a small green flections. But a few hundred yards from tho mound out by tho lagoon which tho "senhouse what seemed to him to be tho loud tinel cypress tree Btnnds over." And tho chirrup of n ground squirrel caused him willows wailed n low dirgo by tho hurto look up as ho rodo far in tho rear of tho rying stream. It was all gono long ago! But somehow tho rough sheriff, for nil cavulcade. They were just passing a pUo of rocks his brusqueness, found tho sunlight too on tho crest of a western divide. On tho strong for his eyeB uguin, oven upon the shady veranda, aud shielded them against topmost piunaclo of this natural elevation ho caught n glimpso of Cynthia it with Ids heavy hat brim. A step on tho porch recalled him. It seated in her gossamer robes, an arm thrown about each of her inseparable was Henry Bruco. Ho ciuiiq toward him companions. A light breezo stirred tho with an outstretched hand and a frank disheveled masses of her golden hair, greeting. "Well, well, Sheriff Mosely, glad to soo which sho had not yet taken tho troublo to rearraugo. Sho smiled down upon you've got over our way at lost," ho said him serenely from tho inaccessible cordially, with u hearty handshake. height. Bruco waved her u parting "Which 'way this time?" "On tho way hum now," Mosely greeting with his heavy riding quirt. As returning tho grip With sinews of ho did so ho saw her bend forward eagerly and with tho rosy tips of her littlo steel. "Badly done up, too, and gcn'rnlly knocked out by tho experience of tho last fingers fling him a dainty kiss. threo weeks. Mo and my two depytibs hev been down on tho stngo road.jlayln CHAPTER VII. A trio of mounted men rodo up to tho fur road agints day aud night. Wo had night aforo lost and Mesquito valley ranch. They wero dusty a brush with done prutty well, but Humly Jim got n and travel worn, and tho horses they wero jaded and flecked with tho bullet through his hand, nnd Jako Sharp foam of hard riding. At tho ranch gato lost u finger. I ain't been in a bed fur a they halted, nnd tho central figure of tho dog's ago." "Any ono killed?" inquired Bruco, group a small man with u slouching seat in tho saddle removed his distin- knowing tho sheriff's delicato habit of guishing sombrero and wiped tho per- avoiding tho fatal details in these midr night encounters. spiration from his high forehead, "Lessee!" snid Mr. Mosely, putting his "By tho Lord!" ho exclaimed, dashing a hard, small hand across his eyes with head on ono sido, closing his eyos and indulging in n sincere effort a quick, imiiaticni gesture, "how tho sun glares toduyl Whether it's my boin up of memory. "I disremember exactly whether it was threo or fivo of them felso much nights or thet Lampasas whisky, I kin skursely seo my hand aforo my lers passed in his chips. I got two, I face, Dick, chuck mo over thet flask of know, with thet now self cockin colt's ole man DalhiB givo mo. Gcowhittnker! tarantula juice!' " Thus commanded, tho individual ad- but thet aro a pretty boy to shoot, dressed ono Mr. Jake Sharp of choleric natch'ally beats tho olo fashion of fillin memory extracted from his ducking tho tumbler all to death. Humly Jim jacket a large tin pockot companion called ono chap in with his Winchester known on tho frontior us n "silent com- the best lino rannin shot I over neo by forter" and tossed it to his comrade. good luck it was tho ono who winged him. And, Jake, how many did you git, Ho was a big, muscular man of tho herculean tyio, and ho flung tho flask from Juke?' ho inquired, us tho two deputies him as If it had locn a feather. Tho lounged slowly up tho stopnof the porch nnd perched on tho low" railing. other caught it deftly. "None," said Jako sullenly, ''Not- - u ejaculated tho first speaker, " clearinu his throat after throwing his mother's sou oz I knows on. My hand head back and partaking freely of its was bleedin so like all possessed thet I contents, "that stuff takes hold whether hedn't any uso fur n Ho exhibited the stump of his finger, it's damagin or otherwise, I feel n'ready. Humly Jim, will yon banduged in ft bloody rag. It was now apparent that Humly Jim had nlbo Bufirrigate?" Tho third party, nddressed by this un- fered in tho night encounter. His left complimentary title, cxliibitcd tho cusr arm was worn in a sling. t this yer foolUhnesB continners," ternary frontier nlacrity in alcoholic matters and reached out a hand more or remurked Mr, Mosely in a disgusted less disfigured by scars and "tetters" for tone, surveying his wounded subordinates, "tho gals in this country will hov the liquid refreshment. Ho was not a prepossessing object. His to put on their spectacles to find a sound, long, lunk hair fell down upon Ids coat nblebodied man into it. They ain't collar. His beard was straggling and n flghtin man in Oskaloo thct's got tho nritrimmed, and his nosowaa gone that averago allownnco of fingers and toes. id to say, tho nostrils wore thcro, but only Some's wl'hont ears, jind they's n few" in tho shapo of two rifts or fissures in chuckling toftlv to himself "cz i losin lite disfigured foco, tho bridgo of tliat their hair, but tl o mujority o them nro married." distinguishing featuro having been literAs tho sheriff concluded lie gravely bullet ally plowed away by a uncovered his scanty locks and rubbed (a a duel e$ close quarters, s. s' s Ker-noch- 'n "A-oh!- as coming with n very ill gruco from mo," Bruco rejoined, na if thinking aloud. "However, thcro is considerable ' force in what you say. By tho woy, sheriff," ho said suddenly as Mr. Mosely roso with ii quick glnnco at tho sun, as if about to tako his departure, "do you happen tp 1k going in tho direction of tho 'Dallas ranch?'" "Well, I do hhppcn to bo rldin that way," Mosely replied. "I Was about tb .say, ladles, that I regret professional du- lies will prevent my offoringmy personal (services ill iho picbcnt emergency." Tho A. t sheriff belonged to tlint ricognlzddchuM of individuals whoso vocabulary impato with his red bandana. his bald "But proves with their suriTnindings.. enn thet n gnl stammered that being, unfortunately, out of the yoa o' if I can takq any Huinly-Jiwith n spasm of merriment question, messago to' Miss Cynthia br do yH any as'jnalcvtjlent as tho laugh of n hyena. "Not much!" said tho sheriff shortly. other fnv6r, Tm hero to do It!" "No messago Is necessary thnnksl" "They was n gal onco who wiy n little soft on mo, nnd nhb raid toiniv 'Oh, ljow .' Bruco rololnedt in nitller (an emphatic I wjsh'l lied your liairl I lied inoro oi tone, "and I fiel ft natural roluctuhce tho nrticlo then than I liayq iiiqw," Mr .nbontjinnkinty tho request I do. Tho fact "She is 1 think n guitar would bo such nn Mosoly remarked apologetically that poor, Svoathen beatsaid thet from n spirit ' gusli, I reckon 1 bnt ineanin - nil tho wiino, yo know. en batijb Kiss" Dallas possesses" that should liko to send herwyown. Ithink, Howsumover, I didn't cotton. I thet galto hov designs on mj with her knowlcdgo of tho banjo, she fntur. statojind rcbkjnjd.Td gixaJier.i will readily learn to play upon it. But hint thet I was onto it. 'Sal,' sez I, 'ye TtrBuirnwkwnrd thing to carry Tn iho , can't hcv my scalp.nohowinuch as ye saddle, sheriff."bquI, man, don't let, that' "Bless your admire it.' SluMievc-- Jicd much to say " worry you!",cxclnhncd Mr. Mosely; ''cf ? toniourtflr;th"etr "To change tho subject somewhat? there's n strap or bund about it,l'll pack' gentlemen, from tho fair sex to more it as easily us ef it were u grip sack. Let's vital interests," put in,Hrairy Bruce, ''I liavo it nt onco!" Thus' urged. Bruco stopped quickly fear our Liborsf ar6 not'yot over; I Lem Wickbon nnd his gang this into tho liotiso, returning with tho inmorning engaged in their old pastime of strument enveloped in n green baizo cose. "They'll tako mo for a traveling minhog limiting on my raiige. Tho hojjs they wero shooting, belonged toxicides strel Bhow this time, sure . enough," Dnlliutnnd had his road brand. VThoy laughed Ike, passing tho uttnehed ribuon wero over by tho 'soldier's water hole' 'deftly over his shoulder. "Rather a dangerous ono to interfere on tho Twin divides." "Yo don't say!" said Mosely, rising with, though," commented Mrs. Ker- upon his elbow excitedly ns ho received . nochan. with a gesture indicative of Ida this intelligencer ""'Is it- - possible them revolvers, contrasting strangely with the fellenijiro id thet bus'iiess yet? Tlipyj 'suggestion of tho trdubadour'at his back, must llo hanl;crinfiir a term in jail at " "They don't tally vcrywcll together, Tho Post, nnd Loni, I.reckonis lookta that's n if act I" said Uso, glancing downf forward to liein 'tho principal figviro'ln '"bill I'm equally prepared now you see ono o' them 'necktio matinees' that I've .for peuco or war. Well, goodby, ladles. presided ntunoro frequent lately! than 1 I must bo off. It's n long'riao yet to.Os; hov any uso fur. Leastwiso tliQtJs wot kftloo. Come, boys!" and baring his he'll hov to ftttcml qf ho keeps on with bald brow in'a sweeping salutation the sheriff was off to tho gato with his quick, this boss stealiu." nervous stride. "I'm too tuckonxl put jest now," Jako Sharp and Humly Jim dropped Ike, sinking back in his chair with nn air of fatiguo, "and my iossy is down from tho railing of "tho veranda, too badly used up to push things right liko a pair of rjisty coated crows which away. Til hov to enter n 'nolly prose-qu- had been spending tho interval in quiot fur tho present. But, howsum-ever,- " and gloomy communion upon bouio consaid hq, rising up ngain excitedly venient fence. With bows that were nnd laying ft significant hand on his re- phenomenal for their awkward originalvolver, "I'll run thot Lem WIckson ity they slouched away after their chief. Thoro was a leisurely adjusting of down nforo I'm n month older, or my name's not Mosely. Thet man is gettln girth nndstirrup at tho rancho gato, a on tho insido track of my moral princi- hurried scrumblo into tho saddlo and ples by his impudence, and thct's suthin nn ubrupt departure. Smithareens deI won't allow no one to do. Besides, I veloping somo eccentricity possibly owing to tho strange burden her rider bore owo thet much to Allsldes himself ." called for a display of horsemanship Sheriff Mosely's righteous outburst of indignation was interrupted by tho on the part of tho sheriff, which was sound of footsteps and voices as Mrs. promptly responded to with whip nnd Kernochun and Miss Stafford cumo out spur. This incident nwoko tho latent upon tho veranda. The usual courtesies humor nud merriment of tho two depuwero exchanged, tho blnffishcriff exliibr ties. At last, with loud laughter, a clatiting nn offlinnd gallantry in meeting ter of hoofs and nn accompanying cloud tho ladies which invariably:: surprised of dust tho cavalcado got fairly tmder way. In n few moments their mounted thos-- who know tho man und tho rough duties of liis calling. Fur different was figures wero scarcely discernible amid tho bearing of tho deputies, Jako Sharp tho lengthening shadows of tho valley. and Humly Jim, who were instantly CHAPTER VIII. surprised into that uncouthness which overtakes tho uncultured malonnfmal in Tlio jrncions springtiino lingered lov the presenco of beauty nnd refinement. ingly in tho vulloy of tho Colorado. NoThey descended abruptly from their whero lintl its advent been inoro welperches, executed tho customarj awk- come, nowhero mora apparent its transward salutation und then, climbing back forming changes. Amid weeks of bril upon tho railing from sheer embarrassliant sunlight nnd odorous breezes and ment, wero overcomo by n painful tho tuneful improvising of muting mockand a conviction of beingall hands ing birds tho glad days camo nnd went. and feet. From twilight to twilight tho sun smiled "You wero speaking of Alcides Dallas. benignly down from out tho cloudless Mr. Mosely," Mrs. Kemochan remarked, bluo, and tho earth, tropical witli flowsitting down in ono oi tho largo old fash- ers nnd verduro, accepted gratefully Ids ioned rockers. "How is that qneer old benediction. It was early in May. Tho man and his quaint littlo daughter? Does year's resurrection was complete. Tho ho entertain visitors us much as over prairie dogs bestirred themselved merwith his bewildering music upon tho vio- rily nbout their noisy housekeeping and lin?" chid tho jocund season with their shrill "Having just returned from n profes- clamor. And oven tho dismal violin sional visit down in tlin lower country, I playing of tho elder Dallas seemed to can't really say just how thoy aro gettin thrill nt times with accents of joy. on over by the Colorado," replied tho Ono day, as if in unswer to tho old sheriff, with n humorous twinklo of his man's invocation, tho "Dallas rango" blno eyo that showed ho appreciated tho nwoke to llfo nnd nnimation. 'Troops of ludy's comment, "but I supposo tho cnttlo thundered through tho littlo valusual overtures to courtship nnd matri- ley, driven on by bands of horseman, mony nro still in order. By the way, and converging, upon a largo pen nt its nro you ladies awaro that there is to bo upper end. Tho nir was full of tho cries a ball given nt San Marcus immediately of lowing kino, tho blcnting of calves after tho spring roundups? It can't bo and tho shouts of pursuing cowboys, more than u fortnight away, and suali Thoiplaln was piptnrcsqno with tho evoanother opportunity for a strnngor in tho lutions of tho outriders, goading the terj Lono Star to witness tho gayeties of tho ror stricken bands and throwing tho un'season is not often afforded. .You must erring lusso. Tho adyanco guard of tho ask Mr. Bruco to escort you,' turning "spring roundups" had reached tho to Miss Stafford. dwelling of tho older Dallas. Tho busi"A ball!" oxclaimed tho fair Edith, ness of branding calves and "cutting who had been leaning against ft pillar of out'' tho various owners' property had thofveranda listening listlessly to tho begun. In husto tho aged cattlo owner proviouB conversation, "agouuine ifron-tiediscarded his fiddlo, resumed his kneo merrymaking such as I havo heard boots, and mounting his sturdy cow pony so much about? That is delightful! 1 joined tho boisterous cavalcado. must seo it by all means! You will take But tho days passed drearily for Cynmo.illal, of course?" thia, Sho took no interest in tho varied features of tho roundup. Tho bursts of Bpiied between the rivul korsomen, tho exciting chaso of some refractory steer, tho skillful cost of tho sinuous lariat, tho shock nnd triumph of each sharp encounter scenes familiar to hor indeed, and in which sho herself, mounted upon her fleet littlo cow pony, had often fonned a conspicuous figure, compelling tho admiration of theso centaurs of tho rein theso sho witnessed with 11 listless oyo or did not regard nt nil. And if tho exciting chaso interested her not, certainly still less 'tho more prosnio details of throwing nnd branding tho unfortunate calves, tho cries of tho tortured cattlo and tho enumerating of tho year's increase. (to nn continued.) "A hall!" exclaimed tho fulr Etlith, "I cuppoto so," replied Bruco in rather LOOKOUT, a hesitating touo on boing thus directly appealed to. "I hopo you won't think Mr. J00 and Jumes Phillips, of Chicago mo rudo, Edith, but tho fact is I havo nnd Mr Harvo English, wero tho guests of already part way committed myself in Mr. E. French last Thursday. regard to that nffiiir." Ir. Charlio Caslironn, of Union Star, "And to whom, pruy?" inquired Edith, raising her pretty brows in tho complete- commenced his school nt Lookout Mon ness of her surprise "What siren hoa day wcok. Ho is nn extra good teacher. anticipated mo in this request, I should Mr. Arthur Matt ingly passed through liko to know?" our neighborhood, enrouto for tho Bot "Oh, it's a littlo favor Miss Dallas requested during ray visit thcro," Bruco tom school, and wo aro glad to say bad responded cnreleRSly enough. "I'm sorry success. Mr. Walter Stiff, of Robort's Bottom, these' engagements conflict, however. What do you think I'd bettor do about itr is vory low with typhoid fovor. "Do about it?" returned Miss Stafford, with n proud toss of her head. "Why, you'll tako mo bf coureo. You'll writo Miss Dallas a noto I'll write it for you if it's too much bother in which you'll Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorta say tliat your first duty is with your guest, and thai sho won't rnleaso jou under any circumstances. I won't! J When Bby wo sick, we cars her OrtprU, think tliat disposes of the matter vory When sho wm Child, she cried for Castorl, tatlsfactorily," sho concluded, with Whtn she beeAine Miss, sho clung to CostorU, certain triumphant smile of superiority WhwshahAd Children, ahefTetheCat or 1. which would havo charmed the, absent Cynthia bad he been privileged to wit- - nessit. "I'm afraid Cynthia will regard that GLOYKRPORT, KY. t flwil Willi I1IM1MMJIIH Baking Powder PURE ly CHILL'S READ. OUft TESTIMONIALS I . o mj f ft.Jf WfJF litmUmDtn cnroiui invvuignfiou WK ana the merits of our TaliluUi. nmt lnrlfo tho moat us lonurrcspunsiuu-it- (iuauartek a cum: Mr.-Brac- thopatlont,by thousoof our SPECIAL. FORMULA QOLD CURB TABLETS. 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TnE Onio CnsMicAL I hnvo used lnorpblno, hypodormically, for sovon years, nnd havo boon ciirea pyuiououi two packneos of your Tablets, and without any effort on iny part. OHIO. iBx r RESPONSIBLE AGENTS WANTED W MmLPmmWWWmnnS J awnunK pirww uicuwAimiat"ci CHEMICAL CO., THE OHIO aVid BB Ooora Block. LIMA. OHIO. 03 bi. ... .Address all Ordors to Ia y NIcQUAmU is; JHAED TIMES OVER - H Tliq lasses" mill Tiood. iu the neighbor- con-tinne- d y' Mr. Tocst Lyons Vent toi Louisville, lost week. Born to the wifoiof David! Tottsjunl , eleven pound boy Mr. W. A. Jolly' went to Glendeane last week. Mr. W. D. Wilson visited 'relatives' 'in' . Louisvillo.last.veok.. Look out girls or somo ono will bo left when you start to the Sand Knob, f Mrs. Hilary McGary and daughter, Mnttic, visitied her sister, Mrs. Bet,tio Miller", near Ilardinsburg Sunday. MissAnnio Wlientley, is the guest of her cousin, ,Mias Clara Crews. Prof. Frank Lyons left Monday to tnko charge of his school nt Qlcndcanc. Miss Lena McGary, of Kirk, was tho gtiesfof her coij&in, Miss Jnkio McGary Siindny. , ,Mrs. 'Nelson Jolly visited in Clover-po- rt last week. Mr. James Miller, Jr. and Miss Violn Frank, of Oakland, attended church nt " C6rinth Sunday." . for Nebraska, Mr.'Frnl Allcnder left Thursday, to visit relatives. Ho was accompanied as far as Louisville by Mr. Monroe Tate. Miss Efllo McGary has returned. home after a pleasant visit to relatives in tho She was Clover Creek neighborhood. nccompanied bv her cousin, Miss Maud Hendricks. . Wo would like for some omo to explain to us why Dr. Burch is so fond of Wo think thero tho song, "Lorena." aro some in our midst, would not caro if he was not quite so fond of it Misses Eliza Lyons, Lela Jolly and Jennie McGary; and MVssrs Huston Jolly, Frank and John Lyons, Jr., atnuptials tended tho near Ilardinsburg, Wednesday, Oct. 4th. Messrs Chas. Miller, Jr., Godfrey Ball and Thomas Miller attended tho Oyvens-bor- o Fair. They report a (lno time. Mies Daisy Miller will leavo for Louis-YiJlMiller-Hendric- -- : GOOD , TIMES ARE HERE CHRONIC KICKERS seo :- - (' Wjllhavo to admit, it if they will visit our store nnd reasonable' l ?ie im-mcii- stocb of Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes marked at tho tEVERY DEPARTMENT- - CHUCKED FULL RTICLE MARKED DOWN J06TEVERY It will pay any ono to como in, just to seo if thoy can't buy. Como eorly as you can to avoid tho rush. I I Low Prices World's Fair .1 IT BEATS THE v. i, m . ! Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. rourl olH oiirses, noruinif hlffb culture la tMBehvou Hlet . Malbraaallra, Cluil. ! Uodcrm Ttxclien telected Iron the Icadinr Collrirrl UnivfrtltiM. Jlri Schools sad Conservatories si Music. LOCATION lIulMInn large ant wrll.rurnl.Wd. A cimpwof Sl Arrr-i-. , 1'na't, XVHMOnXjXj'V'XXjXjXl, Adsreu - JT Cf Ijinam. WMwr MUIUtKtlV, St &' J Mrs. Mina Pato, of Cloycr Creek, visited her sister, Mrs. J. W. AVrlght, a few GiuruiTcoimT. Convene! at Ilnrdlnsburg second Monday in days ago. Mrs. Pato is in bad health. February, My and October. T. H. McBeath, Judge, Leltehfiold, Kj. Mr. J. W. Wright was run over by a Wefd S. Cbtlf, Commonwealth's Attorney, cow while milking and sprained his Elliabethtown, Ky. V. 0. Babbigo, Matter Commluloner, Har ankle very bad, so that he has to walk dlnsbnrg, Ky. with canes. F. K. Rhodes, Shorts', McDanlela, Ky. Tho Republicans hurrah for Blanford f Charlei Miller, Hardlnsbnrg, Ky. W. T. Ramsey, Cloverport, Ky. Deputies and Democrats hurrah for Gross and tho I W. 8. Cart, Union Star, Ky. Third Party is all dead. R. 8. Bkillman, Clerk, Ilardiniburg, Ky. Frank Iieavin, Snrveyor, Clavorport, Ky. Success to tho News. John Slaton, Jailer, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Convenes third Monday in oach month. All thu talk in tho world will not conThomas Adklsson, Judge, Ilardinsburg. Ky. vince you bo quickly ns ono trial of Milton Board, Attorney, Uardlnsburg, Ky. John E Monarch, Clerk, Hardlnsbnrg, Ky. Witch Hazel Salvo for scalds, tl(Tlt'ri2UL,Y COUKT. burns, bruises, skin affections and piles. Convenes fourth Monday in March, June September and December 111 Fisher, Cloverport, Witt & Meador A, AlAMIHTEItlAL,OISTIlICT8. ' Ilardinsburg; IURDiNsmma. Courts on Wednesday succeeding tho first Monday in March, June SepDe-Wit- t's DIRECTORY. K s county couirr , 4 el MT. JOSEPH. As Misses Flora DeJernetto and Annio Jolly wero returning from n rido Sunday afternoon their horses scared and throw them, Fortunately neither wore seriously huit, Tho ''At Houri" given by Mr, and Mrs. Miller Saturday evening, was enjoyed very much by tho following party : Misses Efllo nnd Jennie McGary, Eliza Lyons, Etta Ball, Lela and Annie Jolly, Beltie Wilson, Viola Frank nnd Lillie Jblly ; Messrs Nolsou and John Jolly, Jrs. Frank and John Lyons, Godfrey Ball, Chas, Ben, Alvin, Eli and Forest Metier, Huston Jolly, Elmer Downs, Fred Allcnder, Monroe nnd Taylor Tate. Wlllio Tinius went to Owcnsboro Fri day night. Mr. J. II Cnrlor left for his homo at Moweaqua, 111., Saturday. Mr. Ezra Lamb, of Toblnsport, was hero Sunday. Look out girls Kzra Is all smiles. Widowers as a general thing mean business. Miss Minnie Adams, who has been visiting relatives at Mowequa, 111., for several weeks, returned homo Saturday. Dr. White and Miss Graco McCoy, of Stophenspprt, paid us a flying visit ono day Inst week. Mr. Horaco Squires went to Toblnsport Sunday to seo his daughter, Mrs Agnuo. -- tember and Decomber. Magistrates, Ben T. Miller and hum Black. Constable, Leo Bishop. Ilardinsburg City Court. J. B. Buiby, Mayor; Dent Brown, Marshal) V. 0. Attorney. City Court, civil terms, first Monday in Manh, June, September and De- Bab-hug- e, rl jto l, and Joseph Mullen. Constable, Thos. Keenan. Cloverport City Court. Civil terms Monday In March, Juno, September and first December. Mayor, Charles LIghtfoot. Marshal, James llambleton. MoDixiELt. Magistrates, Henry R. Dean, Rock Vale; Sam W. Parsons, MoDantels. Conitabln, Oeo. W. Burton, Ruth. Courts at Rock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Monday in March, June, September and December, and at MoDaniels Tuesdays after the d Monday in said months. Hddsomvilli. Magistrates, Geo. Harned, Custer; Henry 0, Drne, Hudson. Constable John Novltt, Constantino. Courts at Hudson-vlll- o on Wednesday succeeding the second I'rom another Correspondent. Monday in Maroh, June, September and Deof the neighborhood is Tile health cember, and at Custer on Thursday following John Carter, Allen Black, Herbert the same months. generally good, oxcopt Mrs. John Bland B&WHTYII.L. Magistrates, Riley Dowell, nnd Mrs. John Frank, who nro bptb Tinius, Fred and Gus Reldel and Misa Irvington ; Martin, Spring. Con Frcdrica Roidel wero tho guests of JesSo stable, John 9.Pi0. t. CourtsBig Bewleyvtlla on very low. lei at E. and Mary Weathcrholt, Sunday even- Friday succeeding the second Monday In Protracted 'mooting commences tho March, June, September and December, and at fifth Sunday night in th's month nt Jol- ing. Webster on Saturday. Uxion Stab. Magistrates, James J. Severs, ly's Station. Mts. Jacob Clayber, of LouisUllo, la Union Star) John W. Jarrett, Stepbensport. Mr. H. I. Bland and others attended visiting friends and relatives hero and Constable, Jaber, Haynes. Courts at Union Star on Wednesday succeeding the third Montho big colt show at Fordsvillo Saturday. Hite's Run. day In March, June, September and DecemMr. G. J. McQuady has returned homo Mr. and Mrs. JAko Miller and family ber, and at Stepbensport on Thursday, to his brother. from a visit visited relatives in Cloverport Sunday. I'lSOAI, COCHT. At Ilardinsburg on Tuesday Fino weather for sowing wheat and Miss Rosa Millor,AHen Black, Herbert Monday In April and October. after the first people sceui to bo taking advantngo of it. and Marlon Weotherliplt, of this seo-on- cember. CLOvmroitT. Courts Thursday succeeding the first Monday in March, June, September and December. Magistrates, Dudley Ilam-bleto- n d 7$ Tinius bushols of wheat on fourteen acres, with 30 lbs. of r bushels of bone meal and wheat per acre. Who can beat It? Mr, E. II. Kingslnirg, of Cloverjwrt, built Mr. J. W. Wright tho best and inoft convenient dwelling house in this county. Tho com crop Is much bitter in this neighborhood than peoplo thought they commenced cutting to saw wheat, Mr. J, W. Wright has dun seed wheat for salo. I Mr. Zack Greon Js round-Bellinfruit trees. Mr, Wm. Frank has got his saw-miready for work nt Jol- -' and ly's Station. Mr, James Puto hits sold his interest in house and lot to Jos, Musou, Jplly'i Station. Mr. 2(12 thrcq-nuarjebo-foll corn-mash- J. W. "Wright made place, and Mjwt Mjnnio Boultinghouso, of Addison, nttondidtho fair nt Owens-bor- o We understand that Thursday. Allen won n pocket full of knlyeH picking rings over them and that Marlon was so taken with the races ho came vt rynear missing the train and tliat Miss Minnie and Miss Usa rodo on tho flying Dutchman most all day and thought thoy wero ero Biiro enough In Chicago when thoy looking nt tho Btorolopjenl views of tho World's Fnlr. If yoif can afford to bo annoyed by sick headaeho and constipation, don't uso DoWltt'a Littlo Early Risers for theso littlo pills will euro them, A. R, FlshomCIoverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardlnsburg. W. L. DOUGLAS, S3 SHOE hoTVtp. a Do ycu wear them 7 When next In used try pair. Best In the world. s .00 unwii $5.00 isn-'cvAW S4.00 42.50 3.50 2.50 FOR 2.25 $2.00 .ma IDIK t2.00 HkUl $2.00 ron IMmmmWrrrTmmpm .mmmmmlLdTmV mt mWmmmmir rfauMcs 41.79- BOYS Smll jWnH 1.73 Job Printing of every disorlptlon finished In the' highest style, If you want a fine DRESS SHOE, muie Intha (atsrt ttylei, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3 JO, $4.00 or $5 Shoe. They fit; equal to custom made and look and wear at well, If you wish to economize In your footwear, do 10 ty purchasing W. L, Dougta Shoes, Name awl price stamped on tho bottom, Iook for It when you Uy. W. Z DOTJeLAS, Brockton, Mais. S0I4 by Kor sale by W". II. Howmer 6c fieH, Olarerpart, Kji n , J&.m2k J o 'Jjgfl&i I r .4. ..: THE. BREGKENRIDGK ' Yeast at Sulzer's. Rapid firing guns Sulzer's. A euro ganio killer Sulzer's guns. Something now every day Sulzer's. GuUors and Spouts made io ordt The barber shops were all closed SunWrite for Prlcos. Clovorport, Ky. day. Shells for breech loading guns Sulzer's. Several now men have been put, on at tho shops. & Miss Emma Kasoy left Saturday for tho World's fair. OLOVERPORT, KY. Seo our lino of light wraps for fall and iSri&timates furnishd on applicati.,-- . winter trado Sulzer's. James Tindall haa.movcd back to this placo from Henderson. Tho father of tho Fair approvcb of tho AT goods sho buys at Sulzor's. Judgo McBeath was in town Sunday' Roorti 47 Trust Building, tho guest of Mr. R. D. Witt. LOUISVILLE, KY. C. II. Bassetthas moved to Lodiburg to work-ithe timber business. Mr. Wilson has very much Improved tho appearanco of things out nt tho cein-etrG, NEXWS, OLOYERPORT, KY. Ladies' Cloaks, Ladies' Gloves, Hot coflco nt tho City Bakery. Now pickles at tho City Bakery. Cakes of all kinds at tho City Bakery. Tin and Iron Roofing 'WW'W44' Brownie milk biscuits nt the City Bakery. Try that full cream cheeso at tho City Bakery. John Hall is visiting relatives in JefTersonville, Ind. Tho nicest Hue of fresh candies in the city at 0. H. Reidel & Co's. J. B. Satnplcy and wife, Council BlufT, Iowa, aro visiting Henry Tato, Samplo's Landing, Ind. Mr. Frank Ferry nnd bride, neo (Miss Violot Miller) returned from tho World's Fair Monday. Mrs. Mary E. Gabbcrt, who has beon visiting her sous in California, has re- turned to Rockport, Ind. Mrs. J. C. Babbago and Mrs. J. II Rowland returned from the "World's Fnlr Sunday night delighted with their trip. Tho Teacher's Aasociation of tho Clovorport Magisterial District will meet in tho school building, tlds city, Saturday, Oct 21. Program next week. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Castlo returned from Indiana Monday. Mr. Castlo is quite weak but is improving and gaining strength as rapidly as could bo expected. New brick pavements aro being put down in front of tho Mattingly house, M. Hamman's, D.Hainblcton's andW. L. Beavin's on Wall street and Dr. Light-foot- 's on High street. Dr. A. A. Simons, C. W. Satterlleld, Alvin Simons, Dr. S. B. Adkisson, Jan. T. Skilhnan, Filo DoIIavon, Orvillo Gregory, Geo. Deane, Honry Wright and Mr. Bush were some of tho World's Fair visitors from this city this week. Thoro was very little chango in tho tobacco market last week. Prices were firm especially on red Burloy which advanced J cent over former prices. Holders of Burleys aro looking for better prices when the quality of tho new crop is better known. Rev. Shelly, tho new preacher, arrived last Saturday and preached his first sermon Sunday morning. Ho made a good impression on nil who heard him. He said ho was well pleased with his reception by tho members, so there ought to be very pleasant times for tho Methodists this year. Didn't your merchant do you a favor by giving you credit? If he did, it is your duty as an honest man, to return that favor by paying him. If misfortune overtakes you and you can't pay don't sneak around and spend your money with somo other fellow but stand by the man who stood by you when you needed help. J ames M. Lewis, Contractor. Builder, ARE YOU SHORT, FALL OVERCOATS Fall Jackets, Fall Capes, Scarfs. Fall Underwear, Hosiery. 5? :u Robert E. Woods, ATTORNEY v LAW, Or are you tall, be you big or be "you small, we've got tho Clothing to fit you, and it's Clothing, too, that won't rip when you sneeze, nor shrink up when the air is damp. We've got tho prices right, too made to suit the hard times, and no extra oharge for "music and flowers," because we don't need 'em in our business. P THE CENTER OF S ;i ' LEE BISHOP, n We've got a big crop. Now ripe. get a sample. - Come and GONSTABLR HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. 'Gfe.Ali business entrusted to my hands Riven prompt and larelut attention. Notes and accounts collected and prompt returns made. Send me your business. , ATTRACTION u .r. y. Breckenridge News. II WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES. Sulrer'a. Gel a gun Sulzer's. Dud Miller was in town Saturday, Overcoats lota of tbem Sulzer's. i Photos at lianltimo prices nt Knight's gallery. There are a number of vacant houses in Eastland. , Mrs. Clarence Keith is sick with typhoid fever. Still going our fancy rapid shooting guns Sulzer's. Mrs. Mary Willing is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sawyer. Fall dress goods now ready for your inspection Sulzer's. Tho silver crash did not affect the price of towels at Sulzer's. Still it goes white frost flour king of all kinds of flour Sulzer's If you hunt this fall you will need a gun we have them Sulzer's. More of that rapid "get .up and hustle Fleishman's yeast" at Sulzer's to day. It is a matter of taste as well as of color when you buy teas, so Sulzer's say. Charlie Miller, of tho Cannolton Enquirer, was hero Sunday to see his best girl. Those intending to have pictures made should not delay but call at once at Knight's gallery. Mrs Charity E. "Woods went to.West View Saturday to visit her brother, Mr. H. II. Henninger. John Warfleld, who has 4een visiting relatives hero for several daysreturned to Louisville Sunday, Nobo Pate has just completed, on his place near Mattingly, a splendid new barn. L. E. Pate did tho work. Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Bates and son Ivan, of Tarfork, have returned from a visit to Owensboro and Whiteaville. Deputy Sheriff Jesso H. Miller left Monday for tho World's Fair. Ho will visit Milwaukee and tho Ningra Falls. Dr. Camp, wife and daughter, Mrs. NMartin, of pickey villo, Ind., visited Rev. 0. W.Btono and wife, of Tarfork, last weok. Tho best exhibition of hosiery is on a rainy day but speaking of rainy days, don't forget to look at those umbrellas at Sulzer's Tho grocery stock of 0. J. Fella was sold out at auction by assigneo, Gus Brown, Saturday. J. 0. Porter was the auctioneer. Bo sure to seo our line of overcoats latest styles in fancy goods good comfortable coats for heavy winter wear also seo tho line Sulzer's. You seldom ever boo a bad crop of corn behind u ten rail fence. The farmer who keeps his fonces up, generally has good crops and is thrifty and prosperous. Miss Bessie Jarboo, of this city, and Miss Ruth Stcrett accompanied by her fathor, Mr. John II. Sterett and Mr. Edward Brashear, of Hawesville, loft Sim-da- y for the World,8 Fair. Next Saturday is pay day for all tho school teachers in tho county. Tho money is already in tho hands'of Commissioner Miller for that purpose. Tho pay roll amounts to a little over $8,000. Tho city council at tho lost meeting elected Mr. Eugene Ilaynes to fill tho vacancy mado by Mr. Ferry, who resigned somatiino ago. None of tho present board, wo undoretand want to bo ret elected. Times are certainly getting better. Sam Bcavin was in tjvvn Saturday and purchased two now saddles. Sam says lie don't owo a dollar in tho world and is tho happiest Republican in Breckenridge county. Thero was a big crowd of people at Hardinsburg Monday. Tho merchants all report a good business and tho Nkhh had its sharo too. Wo added a numbor 9f now subscribers to our list and received a big list ot ronowals. There are Iota of goods in this town, Wo never saw the fall stocks fuller or mora complete, Tho prices are right too. There is no reason why our merchants shouldn't enjoy a good amount of trade and thoy cau with the proper amount of advertising. Every merchant in town that has a dollars worth of goods to Bell ought to make known tho facts. Advertise, and do it in a way that will attract o attention abroad. Ileal live merchants use tho newspapers and do it successfully. One firm, two firms, three firms can't do it but all can. Tho columns of (he News aro open to all, You can talk to thousands oi purchasers not only in this city but in all the neighboring towns and country around. Guiib wide-awak- t,: $ V . V,' 6 n Re ' Mrs. Pat Fahey and family, nnd Misses Mamie and Jessio Sample spent last week at tho fair. Secure your photos whilo you have tho opportunity, at Knight's gallery at Clovorport, Ky. Mrs. S. R. Berry, Mrs U. G. Hill and brother, James Penner spent Friday at. tno Owensboro fair. Ladies, don't miss tho sight of looking through our lino of fall and winter wraps and cloaks Sulzer's. Harry Roth, of Louisvillo, was in town Saturday and Sunday. Ho has an engine on tho Louisvillo southern. , Miss Blanche Frank, of Tobinsport, Ind., has gono to Nowburgh, Ind., to spend tho winter visiting friends. F. T. Hoyber, the' popular landlord of tho Heyser house, spent a few days last week at his old homo Leitchfield. Tho Patton Brick works closed down for tho season last Saturday. Nono of tho plants here aro now in operation. Love may laugh at locksmiths, but if ho got fastened With ono of Sulzer's pad locks ho would admit ho had got caught. John Powell, who has been a compositor on tho News. for sovoral months, returned to his homo at Brandenburg Monday. G. W. Gosnell, a Louisvillo street contractor, was hero Saturday and purchased 400,000 brick of' the Patton nnd Acme works. B. F. Fanyof Mooloyville, is teaching school at Manchester, 111. He is doing well and gets a salary of $500, for a session of eight months. Tho magistrates present at tho Court of Claims last week all report, with a few Why Is He So Irritable? exceptions, good crops of corn and tobacco in their respective sections. This question is often heaad and nearMrs. O. Amet and Mrs. W. O. Allen ly as often unanswered, went over to Glendeano last weok to seo It is not always romembered, as it Mrs. R. II. Moorman. They report her should be, that the occasion of condition very critical and her recovery and irratability is often to bo found in doubtful. tho physical condition of tho persons Geo. Jordon was showing last week a affected. What Is tho ubo of trying to Florida persimmon that had been on ex- "hnrmonizo" a man whoso liver has hibition at tho World's Fair It weighed gone back oo him? If a man is tortured cloven ounces and measured eleven with rheumatism, how can ho bo expected to bo affable and agreeable? Can Inches round. looked liko old times in this city a confirmed dyspeptic bo expected to be It last weok to see a number of Hardins- cheerful and always ready to tell a funny burg wagons going out with big loads ot story? The only way to remove tho difficulty is to get at tho cause. Dyspepsia, 's goods. Thoy were moving Kayo & rheumatism, impure blood and liver Hardinsburg. stock to troubles yield to Hood's Sarsaparilla; Misses Maude "Willis and Bettio Boothis is why it is an effective tranquilizer, mer, two of Cloverports charming belles, a peaceful jnessengor and a proventivo passed through our town on their way of domestic quarrols. to tho Fair at Owensboro not the World's Fair. Hawesvillo'Plaindealof. Nowman Washington. -er Ho-bin- f B MM A WINTER "WHITE HOUSE." k CO., r I r OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIERS, CORNER THIRD AND MARKET, - LOUISVILLE, KY. w o CD SULZER'S BIG CIRCUIT COURT. Large Crowd Present. idates Announce. Ovor krtVMHH Cand- LODIBURG. Murray and Minor Havo "a Little Tilt a Silver Resolution. Miss Dee Basham attended Raymond church Sunday. Mr. A. M. Hardin brought on a largo stock of good last week. Most everybody of tliis neighborhood was at court last Monday.1 Captain Gross can stay at homo and beat Charlio two thousand. No chanco for Charlie this time, Gross will havo an easy time of it. H FALL STOCK Silks, ! Linens, Toweling, Wash Goods, Dress Goods, Circuit Court began in Hardinsburg Monday. His honor Judgo T. R. Mc Beath presiding. In tho absence of Mr. Chelf tho Commonwealth's attornoy, Mr. Graham, tho County attorney of Grayson county, was appointed Commonwealths attorney pro tein to act during tho term. Tho grand jury is mado up as follows : John R. Dellaven, foreman ; Harvey Brumfleld, Marsh Mercer, J. B. Cunningham, J. T. Corapton, Ell IL Denn, McFrymiro, J. T. Drano, Thonhts Payne, A. R. DeJernctte, Robert A. Smith and G. F. Parr. In the afternoon tho candidates for tho various offices wero present and made Hon. Charles their announcements. Blandford nnd Gon. Gross for tho State Senate. Mr. Jonas Wilson, Mike Miller and John Slaton for Representative. Mr. Wilson represents tho Republicans, Miko Miller the Democrats and John Slaton tho Peoples party. All of them promised to stump tho county in the interest of their respective parties, in accordance with a regular list of appointments to be mado out in tho future. Mr. Andrew Driskell, the Republican candidate for County Superintendent of Schools, and Mr. James W. Miller tho Democratic candidate for the same ofllco were present and mado their announceWhen tho candidates wero ments. through Mr. D. R Murray aroso and offered tho following resolution and asked tho Democrats present to adopt it. Tho resolution rend as follows: We the Democrats of llreckcnrldj;c county Woolens, Cottons. - Rov. Martin preached quito an interesting sermon nt Raymond last Sunday. Quito a crowd at Lodiburg last Satur day at tho new millinery Btore of Pnyno & Hardin. Mr. W. A Gibson nnd family was at Raymond last Sunday and took dinner with Mr. J. F. Claycomb. Mr. Auston Brown, of New Albany, was visiting his sister, Mrs. Cyntha Payne, of this place. Miss Bobbio Hardin attended church at Raymond last Sunday and took dinner with Miss Addio Clnycomb. Mr. A. J. Keys, Sr., fell down the stairs ono night last weok nnd bruised himself considerable, but no serious hurt. Mrs. Bettio A. Rickctts, of Union Star, was visiting her sister, Mrs. Nancy B. fefejL0 Hardin, of this place, last Saturday. g"--g Mrs. Molllo Richardson and Mrs. Fannie Severs, of Union Star, wero visiting Mrs. Nancy B. Hardin last Saturday. Mrs. Georgia Hardin, of this place, was visiting her fathor, Mr. Alex Hendry, of Raymond, last Saturday and Sundny. Mr. John 11. Hampton, of HardinsZ burg, was visiting Mr. Joo Stewart, of this place, last Saturday and Sundny. Zm Miss Bettio Payne and Mr. Thos. Robertson, of this place, wero visiting Miss Emma Seaton, of New Bethel, last m-a Saturday and Sundny. Blankets. bg5553gCSC3g- BOOTS Wo aro so situated along this lino. SHOES ! 'Tis sweet to lovo, but, oh, how bitterl To love a girl whose shoos don't fit her. so ns to pleaso both W j"g S Buying our shoes direct from the manufac- - SX S - S S turors, wo feel assured that our goods will como UP to our guarantee. Twenty years of cx- - porience has given us twenty years of success in tho shoe trado of this county. Wo havo somo brands of shoes which wo havo been carrying for a quarter of a century, and wo seo no reason for changing. S Tho big advertisement is alnays getting in its work. It's the first thine you seo on picking up tho paper. If ono person has tho paper and there is a dozen others standing around, thoy all seo and read it. 3 K fe; " k,; ,J v W. II, Bowmcr & son aro reaching out for fall trade. Thoy have tho goods and aro not ashamed to make known tho fact to the readers of tho News. It is not necessary to call attention to their ceremony in tho most imprcssivo manner. ad, it speaks for itself. Promptly at half past threo tho strains, Thos. Bolder and Harvey Adams have of Mendolsshon's wedding march vibratbought out a black-smitshop in Owensed on the air, tho sweet strains of tho boro. Thoy move there this weok to music according with tho subdued light take chargo of it. They are good rell-ab- of the chandeliers, the bride nnd groom men, fine mechanics and tho News marched to the confer of tho room, wishes them woll in their now home. where tho words wero pronounced that Cannelton is to bo lighted by electric mado them ono. After tho ceremony lights, six have bcorf located. She pays tho bridal chorus, from Lohengrin, was $2,250 a year says tho Telephone for a played by tho Rev. Grant S. IIouso. Tho brido was attired in a traveling few drops of water no matter whother, tho world wags or not. Thero is nothing dress of Havana brown cloth, carrying a wrong about tho system only it costs too boquct of beautiful pink roses and ferns and was a vision of loveliness, all rad-lemuch. d with her happiness. Tho now bank at Fordsville, under tho Tho groom was attired in the conventionmanagement of Mr. John T, Smith, Jr., al black, and was apparently conscious and Ike C. Adair has proven quito a of having won a choice prize in life's earnings havo been largo success. Tho lotto ry. and tho bank supplies a needed want Mr. and Mrs. Washington being noted and will continue" to incrcaso it's busi- for tlolr hospitality on this evont ox. ness. Hartford Horald. crtcd themselves to mako tho day ono of Mrs. Nelson Jolly, of Jolly's station, enjoymont for tho many friends nnd relwas in tho city last week visiting relaatives assembled to do honor to tho octives and shopping. Mrs. Jolly says casion. thero is no hard times out her way Tho bridal presents wore elegant and That tho farmers have better crops than to numerous to mention. I will only speak they havo had for years and that thero of ono which by its exquisite beauty of is a general good feeling among all workmanship arrested the attention of all. classes. It was tho handiwork of tho bride's aunt at Tobinsport says Mrs, Jackson Alexander, of Illinois. It Tho artisthoro is not a day passos but thoro is was tho perfection of neatness and tic skill and was wrought by her deft more or less mail for this city comes to seventy-secon- d that ofllco and it often takes two or fingers, whon In her year. threo days for a letter from this city to Besides relatives and friends from tho that place to reach its destination. Tho troublo is on the train, either tho agent neighborhood, thoro wero prcsont from a don't know life business or ho is very distanco, Mrs. Brown Helm nnd daughter, Mrs. , Stophonsport; Mr. and r carolcas. He should bo moro careful. Mrs. Qeorgo Newman and Mr. Morrison, Mrs. Amanda Fisher lias mado a won-- ' Hawesville; Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Major, derful Improvement in hor placo near Miss Sallio llnrls, Miss Georgia Sales and town, Sho has built eovoral hundred Rev. Pontiff, Louisvillo; Mr. "Edgar panncls of new plank and wire fence, Lewis, Cincinnati Miss Jennlo Hardin, this id white washed, and with the Brandonburg. clean meadows and wheat .fields shows Lunch was served at 5 and 'the biide up beautifully to all passers by. Mrs. and grpom left on thoeaat ''bound train Fisher has a lovely home and farm and for Louisville, their future homo. X.X.X. deserves much credit for her care and Babbage has a new line of shirts, management of it, h lo nt now-founpost-mast- er happening to be present at the Court House In Hardinsburg on ,tce first day of Circuit Court take the occasion In express our confidence In the honor and integrity of Grover Cleveland and John G. Carlisle and to give expression to our confidence in their ability, In their respective offices, to plan and conduct the financial policy of the Government for the best Interests of the October being a month sacred to hymn wholcpcoplc and we plidge tlum our support wherein Cupid immolates numberless In their effortsi to that end, anil we disagree oppose them in their desire ail those victims on the altar of lovo, our quiet withthe repeal who the purchasing clause ol the of lor vicinity was vivified by tho light of his Sherman Act. torch on the 4th inst, when at tho beau-fu- l Hon. W. E. Minor opposed tho adoptcountry home of the bride's parent, ion of the resolution becauso as he said near Irvington, Mr. A. II. Newman and it was a rebuke to several DemoMiss Mary E. Washington wero united cratic United States Senators who held in the holy bonds of wedlock. different views on that subject to those Rev. W. H. Williams performed tho entertained by President Cleveland and Are broken down from overwork or household cares rebuilds the system, alda digestion, removes ex cess of bile, and cures malaria. Oct tho genuine. Many Persons m-- Brown's Iron Bitters qg Thoro aro men in this county twenty years old whoso first shoes woro tho - Ko"3y fall $k l ST-"- S tit Z and to-da- y thoy aro wearing Buel shoes. It was their first, it is their last, and they havo Mr. Carlisle. Ho Also, objected to it becauso tho resolution read as being concurred in and adopted by tho Democratic party of the county whon in fact only a few members of tho party, wero present. Mr. Murray In reply Bald ho believed tho Democrats of tho county had sufficient, confidence in tho ability and integrity of tho President nnd Secretary Carlisle to rest this matter in their hands. Tho question was then put and tho resolution was adopted nlmost unanimously. been wonderfully pleased. , i . i ".'" i i i, j. i wU' ftrivv , t t , ... . i$wk ' " i B. F. BEARD & CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. J. C. BOURNE, J. M. IIARPER, DANIEL BROOKS City Democracy Moot in Mass Can- Convention to Nominate Judgo didates for Mayor, Police and Council-men. Pursuant to a call of tho chairman of tho City Democratic Committee, tho Democrats of this city met in mass convention Monday night to nominnto candidates for tho various city ofllces to bo elected nt the coming November election. Tho meeting was called to order ahd on motion T. 0. Tousoy was elected chairman and 0. Jr., chosen secretary. L. G. Gregory announced himself as a candidate for police judgo and requested that tho meeting bo postponed until Friday, Oct. 10. Mayor Lightfoot objocted to tho postponement nnd his objection was sustained on tho grounds that there would not be time enough to havo ballots etc., prepared. On motion E. T. Hnyncs was tho unanimous choico for mayor nnd 0. E. Lightfoot for pollco Uidgo. Tom Sawyer, Henry Solbrlg nnd A. A. Lnllolst wore nominated for councllmon from tho First Ward and F. N, D'Huy, II. V. Duncan and D. Hnmblcton from tho Second. The nominations wWo all endorsed by tho "Citizens Club," Tho mooting then adjourned. CiiAs. W. JUmwan, Jr., Secretary. d Buy Your Shirts From Babbage. BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & GO,, Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE, KY. MANHOOD RESTORED! vest Docket. Dor m S?SJ!$. Vm, . in mry, Sold brail Uuok ness.all drmlnsnnd lossiif powerln Generative Organs of either sexcaiiod broTrexertlon,youtkrurerrra, excessive use of tobacco.oplum orstlm-ulan- u, which IjfJtolndrmltr.Consnniptlon or Insanity. Can b carried In it i',,im..,T. InDlaluwrauwor. Address MltV(iKi:iJt.'U..Ma(i,inis.m,,i Korsaloln Clovorport, KT.,br A. II. KlSUKU,nnd br C. C. MAUT1N. Urugglsls. slvenwrllttnruarunUalocurciirrrrundlhs Madlc in drnMlsts. Ask for IL taks nnntnir Write forf ree nmi,i Why We Do It I and Engravings in a nico Wo tire giving away Pino Pastel ramo, also largo Books, such as Lifo of James G. Blaine, Cleveland & Stovonson, Stanley 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 Fancy Qroosriee, their patronage. 2d, Wo hopo to induce a largo and havo the abovo oxplained to numbor of Now Customers to trado you. with us, at least enough to tost tho Respectfully, quality of our goods, our prices, P. N. D'HUYj our reliability and our way of doing business. CLOVERPOBT, )CV Wo believe in ontorprisoand advertising, and in using all honor ablo means to increase trado Pleaso boar in mind Ihat wo make no advanco in our prices, but you will find our prices as reasonable as any ono. Pleaso call and examine our lino of Watches, Clocks, Jewolry, Spectacles, Silvorwaro, Musical Goods, and last, but not least, a nico stock of 1 n 8 Breckenridge ' T'HEX News. 1893. - fef'RESLOKrfiL-NRXl&QB- NlEWS, GIiOYKRPORT, A LETTER FROM CALIFORNIA; Tnc Land of Fruits and Flowers. Gai,., Sept, 27. Mu. Editor. I 'presume you never had a letter from this place before. And as I havo a few momenta in nncnd in Wriihikr I will5 l'lve vu u ii iiiiiu nifii ui nun ueumiiiiiiiiiiiun. Now, llonlta is til? natnci nudmeans pretty in Spanish. It is situated iu San Diego county, and ten miles east nf San Diego. There is nearly 2i"i acres in this ranch, all set out in lemons, oranges, English walnuts, olives, apriooti, palms, pepper, peaches prunes, pcrsiiuindns, pears, plums, fig", geraras, cuelyptua or Australian blue mini. Tills Is hot all, nerliaDs'it Is enotiLdi to uivu one. an idea' what grows here. This place is owned jby n company in Boston, Mass. R. C. iUien, general iimiiugur uuu my uiuuiur, y I see Geo. A, Norton, foreman. tho men picking lemons, they are not like other fruit.- for tiiov do not tret rino all together, but must bo picked and) cured for shipping. Thoy Irritate tills place, there is a largo damiacroe3,th Sweet, Water river where' the water is caugh and, then pineal laid, o carry it to iiiis(piaee; large pipiu urei, aiftl thin smaller ones just as they ncedj tho water. ,Any thing, will grow here.i (CalIy,lillies will grow out doors all win-- 1 ter, also geraniums all colors, roses of all kinds., I think if somo.of tho Brecken- ridcti bovs and ulrls were here they .. 'would tuink-i- t most a paradise lor it is bo pleasant. The" mountains look lovely as tho sun .comes up iu the mpping. Tho ocean bret zo Is embracing. 1 haven't time to writo more now at Wisl! 1 could give )ou mcjro,' the presi-nt- , of a description of this place. I think somo ot th6 Garfield p6bpl6 would like, to read .this in your p'nperrOr seo t letter from this place. 1 don't think some of them will have time to read it, al least they don't find time to write, and as I want to hear from my old state and especially our old county home. I enclose pno dollar for your paper which I nlways jead when 'I have the opportunity to do so. It always seems like a visitor from homo. I close wishing you and your paper success and best wishes to friends In Breckenridge county, I am a friend to L. M. N, tho News. jilloN-JTo-da"-.t's K., ii . A Eoraaaoe of the Sea 'I'licliollow oak our palace Is; Our heiltnc the sea. If you havo no ver read n romanco by Clarko Hus.se II and nro longing for a for a feelinu of exeitument. for an book-selle- FIVE HANGED AT ONCE' Soven Thousand Fcoplo Witness tho Executions at Mount Vernon, Oa. Mount ,Vkii$o.v, G., 0ctA2.-iil- mj inenso concourse of, pwpl fllJoilltlilH. tq eautiful ancient fcttistlto.Wn at y .. '. t. witness llio execution ot.?.".. inimler-tjr- i, tile llvo who justly merited death on the gallons. Tho crowds poured in in ono continuous stream, soino by trains, somo by privato conveyances, whi,lo (;onomicnl farmerri transported their families in roomy country wagons stoekod w'itli and forogo to Iastuutil after tho hanging. Camp fires could be discerned, on every road leading to Mount Vernon the night previous. It iB.estlinated (lint over 7,000 people wore preSonl. ' The fivo doomed men were arranged side by side, nooses adjusted and black caps draw n; then with one pull of the trigger tho necks of all five were broken. In 111 minutes all wero pronounced dead. ,Luclen Manuel, Hiram Jacobs and IIlreBreWlngtoii murdered MrAIoxamf-erI'etersoa nierchnnt at Alley. rho murder.wps' for the purpose of robb'ery; Tho murderers were mulattos, and had blacken their faces. Thisjedto their, dls-- j covery later. Jacobs was first caught and confessed. A lynching party was organized) 'baij ofilcera saved "thenw Thoy-be!o- ii to a mongrel North Caroljna tribe known "as ''Sliullletonians," jiart Portuguese. Tho fourth roan hanged Was Weldon Gordon, a 'big black negro from South Carolina. Ho was tho partner of Nick Nutting, the outlaw who was hanged here on Mny 2(1 last. Nutting and Gordon were shooting in a house 'at another nero named Neat and killed daughter. The Neal's little 6- - ear-ol- d fifth hanging was that of Burso Strickland for shooting and killing ;anothej-negrnamed Lochlear, wiio shot Striek-- j mil's tlog. A Slyaterlnna C'nliirlilrtire. WEDNESDAY, OCTOHKU 11, Woman Suffrage. GIVE' sen-siitio- n. THE WOHEH A CHANCE. In The .Hoathonism and Brutism ;Mon is What Koops tho Womon Down, What objection can wo offer? Wlint excuse cat! we givo for not allowing women to vote ? Is it because wo think wo are, in mind, superior to them 7 Do wo think the Gol of nature, tho maker and ruler of tho universe, gave us a superior mind, a superior inteligenco to the women? Ah, no ono can vpr docs, think this. No No ono believes thatOod made this dif"So God ference. In Genesis created man in Ills own imago, in the image oj God created Ho him; male and And God female created Ho them blessed them etc." Nqw, if God created thein equal and blessed them together. y ? Why are wo not on an equality It is because men havo wandered afar off, and become so currupt, depraved andj bruittsh, that they want some one to look up to him and ask his noblo mind, his superior mind, I nlmost havo said his infinite, mind, what can I do to please my master. He wants to bo boss and his poor, weak minded wife, and children. ntust stand arojmdiwlien ho is by. JThuy must say nothing for ho is about to speak ami.launch forth some great idea, that tho very angles in Heaven havo not thought of. IHit I am digressing. Some ono will say what do women know What do about governmental affairs. tho men know until they have studied it somo? There arc women in tho United and I am proud to know Slates thero arc, that understands tho fundamental rules of the government as well as Cleveland or Harrison or any other man the world has ever seen. The best writers wo hao on the science of gov, have been and are y women. Some poor fools will say they haven't sonso enough to know how to vote intelligently. How do you know they haven't? Give them a chance, educate them, let them know they havo a right to help make t e laws, and you would soon see what they would do. Head ancient history and you will soon learn that tho best governments in the world has been those headed by tho women. Ixiok at England, ono of the best kingdoms we ever saw. A much better government than any Hint was ever ruled by n king. Not sense enough, yet the Irish, German, French, Italian or the Chinese that have been hero but two or three days and nro naturalized havo sense enough to vote. And the women of our grand republic have not. What is tho best sign of a strong mind? It is having patience. Franklin once said that a woman's patience never tired, and he was in favor of woman suffrage. I long to see tho day that women will bo allowed to vote, then wo .wiil havo a good government, a grand government, a noble government. Wo never will until that day comes and the signs of tho times go to prove that it is not far in the distant. Lodiburg, Ky. to-dato-da- anxiety as to the cdncluslon'of tho whoe r matte-- , ohk your not lor ujo latest, but: for tlioiheptHeaMory by Clarko Russell. ; Then read this story of real life: Tuesday llio Allan-linsteamer No- b'raska arrived in Now York, eleven days from Glasgow. She reported sbu had on board two fishermen she had found adrift in a dory off tho Grand, Hanks of Newfoundland. t Imaginary horocs, Thcso sailors but real men answering to tho names of Fnderick Abbott und Jmiies Pottor. They formed a par,! of tho fishing schoon er l'oppy which leftCatallnd, Newfoundland, August l$on ftjflshing cruise. Early ou tho morning of September 18 they left tho schooner In a dory to visit a buoy a short distance away to which Now somo of their lines were attached. let them tell their story as reported in tho Now York Tribune: "They pulled on steadily for n while, but did not reach the buoy. JTheytuni-e- d to the right, still no bouy; then.to the Becoming unleft, but found nothing. easy at lost, thoy ''determined to return to tho schooner, only to find that her lights had disappeared, swolloned hp jn the dense fog that had stolen urion them uupreceived. Tliey searched for their ship, and shouted for help, lint 'all was o aru-no- .' n, Useless. A Good Thing to Keep at Hand. Kroin the Troj (Kansas) Chief. Some years ago wo were very much subject to severe spells of cholera morbus; and now when we feel any of tho sym- touiH that usually proceed that ailment, such as sickness at the stomach, diarrhtca etc., wo become scary. Wo hayo, found unainooriain s uouc, unoiera ana SDJnr. rhcua Itemedy tho very thing to straight en ono out in such cases, and always kept it about. Wo are not writing tin's for a pay.ti stimonial, but to let our readers know what is a good thing to keep handy in the house. For salo by A. R. Fisher, Clowrport, and Witt & Meador, Har-- "Old I"loyd Iresod, for hit hard heart ' diusburg. Tarred and leathered and carrlid in a curt, "When the fog cleared awaytwelo hours later, they were utterlyjalonoJupon tho ocean. They had no food, no drink, nothing but tho baro boat. To add ito peril, the dory, an old miserable ship's boat, began to leak. Hard baling was necessary to keep hen afloat. "When tho sun rose they saw a steamer's smoke far away on the horizon. She came nearer and nearer until it was evident she must pass close to them. Tho men laughed and shouted for joy. As the steamer approached ifioy waved their coats and culled to her for help. So near she camu that they could see clustered about the mil looking down upon them, so near that they ceased to bale, supposing another five in inn tea would see them on board. But tho steamer did not stop. Steadily she pursued her way, turning neither to the right nor to the left, and leaving tho helpless men behind. ''When the fishermen realized that they were abandoned to their fate, thoy were seized with absolute frenzy.; " 'For God's sake save us,' they screamed. Hut the steamer passed iiuheediug-l- y on, until her Binoko faded away in the north. Wednesday passed in tho sajie dreary round of baling fordear life. The water gained so fast that even sleep except iu broken snatches, was denied them. " Thursday night another steamer passed, bound west, lint they had no means of making a light, and it was too dark for her to Bee them. "At noon on Friday, the fifth day after they had lost their ship, tho two sailors were picked up by tho State of Nebraska. They had just strength enough to signal to her for help, and as she Blowed down beside their leaking cockleshell, thoy sank exhausted and senseless in tho bottom of the boat. Ropes were lowered and made faht around their waists, and thoy were hauled on board, where "w g hands made them comfortable So nearly starved wero they thatonly Ihjuld food could be given them at first. It was soveral days before thoy could alt up and eat a regular meal. They have now nearly recovered." That is thopluin, unvarnished tale; a tale oft cruel neglect, of heartless abandonment, of great enduranco and, a. blessed deliverance for thcso two men out of all their suflering. It will be told- - time and again in. tho homes of Nuu found-lanas that of tho Skipper Ircson Js told on the shores of Now England, the tale of ill-ind, o Tho follovtng fetmngo oxiiertenco happened to one of tho best known fathois In tho Bromi ton oratory, and tho accuracy of thu facts .dated may bo relied upon. Fatlrr X. wua one day urgontly reuuestcd by u strange woman to conio to n certain liouso iu South Kensington i,o administer the sacrament to n man who luy thero dyin;,'. Hurrying thlthor with nil TKmlblo sliced' tlio worthy was astonished to find that thero Was no sick person at that address at nil. While conversing with tho servant, ho owner of tho house curno down stalnt, and ott learning who thu Inquirer was at inco offered him his hospitality, whilo d uo of the attendant priests should down tho street and endeavor to discover tho real houso whero tho lost rites of tiio church wero required. In tho meantime ids host informed Father JL. thut that it wn " curious colnoidenco that ho should havo singled out tb'i particular number, ns ho was himself a CAlholic, though ho was eomowhat ashamed to ndmit that ho had not been to mass since his mother died and was fiow afraid to go. Father X. assured him ha need havo no apprehension, und finally pcrsuoaed his friend to resume his church going rmtho following day. Tho1 messenger nt tils tioint returned and declared ho.had been totally nuublo to find any ono lying at death's door in tho neighborhood. 3o feearch was accordingly abandoned, and kho father returned to the oratory his jnlssion nnfulfllled. Tho following day Father ,X. was again This i tho sanio errand. summoned J no doubt concerning the, tinio thero mansion, but tho owner lay dead ere tho littlo procession entered tho portal. It vas tho very houso whero thofathor had pat on the proylonB afternoon and tho jiifelcss body stretched on tho bed was that of his lato entertainer. Standing pn a tablo near at hand was tho miniature of ills mothor, and Father X. was Btartled and amazed to recognlzo in her features those of tho straugoi woman who had fetched him to hor bou tho day beforol Catholic American. fa-tlipro-cco- k?y ARE YOU LOOKING Y V Y FOR BARGAINS, w rtv Do you want to save 2S ccnta on tho dollar. Wo havo tho gooda. Thoy wero ptir- chased right. , Wo ore going to sell thorn. Don't lot somo ono toll yoif "wo givo short Wo woighi, or that thoy'aro'inforior goods. f wo loao money know .what wo aro about, it is,our fault, not yours. Having purchased Beard & Beelor's Block which wo will sell at groatly reduced prices, in order to mako room fof pur lfno of r fli Fall and Winter iG- - O -- Which we aro constantly receiving. ODS :- Don't fail to cpme and 'eeo us, wo will show you them with pleasure, and mako your heart feel good when you buy a pair of our :$1.50 Shoes - " That lopk'WclU feel well and wear well, and when you come to look you will stay to buy and go away pleased and satisfied, Is tho motto of your frionds, Dr. Hale's Household Tea pleasant herb drink, which postivcly Is a cures dyspepsia, liver complaint aiid nil kidnoy diseases. Ono dose a day taken at bedtlmo docs tho business. 25 und CO cts per package. Get it to day at Short & Ilaynes drugstore. Thu Year of Jubilee. nnvnrr (lin lrtilir irn. when tho Inblloo itnn recrnlnrlv onco iu 25 years that jwos called in Rome tho holy year, and jtho beginning .wan on Christinas ovc, l.t.m. 41,. iuhui ntmiifwl rim lnrfffi iliutr In KAYE, MATTINGLY & HOBIR c aajam: m -- Methodist Conference Notes. From the Christian Advootc. Methodist preachers, can live tho longest on the least and havo the most left of any men in the world. Dr. II. C. Harrison. Kvery truth is equal to its o vn moral force, plus tho moral force of thu porson who utters it nud stand behind it. Dr. 1 1 oss. Some men I love and do not reverence; somo men I reverencn and do not love. but I both reverenced and loved Bishop- iMarvin. Bishop II ay good. Thero is no country in wjiick there is bucIi full liberty for a man to make a fool of himself, and there is no country where no many people live up to their privileges. Dr. Hoss. Thero are a grpat many people in the world who look in on their own hearts and find it so far wrong that they conclude tlie whole church is liko them. Kev. J, II, Jackson. Thero are hundreds of thousands of people, Binliop 1 1 ay good, who believe that you are thu ureatl'stinan in the United States, and I don't beljovo they are very far wro.ig. llishop Lane. You can go ou 'teaching tho world Spencer's theories and man will begin to experiment with microscoes to find the origin of evil, and then hell Is near by. Bishop II ay good. Just fifty years age I joined this con ferencc in Richmond in tho full of 1811!, and tho Lord has been good to mo all these years. If you measure a man's ago by his years you might conclude that Brother Lewis ought to retire; and If jou measure it by vitality and work, I am still able to do tho work of God. Dr. W. II. Lewis. i t " The Value of Water Works. The Standford Interior-Journsays "Iu mentioning tho towns that are with out (bo protection, tho 'Jn and About Kentucky' mail of the Courier-Journincludes Stanford, thereby showing ho does not keep up with tho procession Stanford has had no largo fire within the last year, and tho soveral small ones that have occurred havo either boon extin-gulslibefore thoy did much damage or were not allowed to spread. fourteen or fifteen months Stanford has enjoyed the befit system of water works of , any town live times It size in Kentucky, and has a lira company second to none in its promptness and elllcioncy. Since experiencing their advantages our citizens would not do without tho water works for several times their cost, and each finds himself wondering how wo evergot along before their erection. Tho reduction iu iuHuroauce in many individual cases payfl the water rent, making it absolutely free to tho conButnor, who not only enjoys protection, but as tho Courier-Journal says, convenience, health and cleanliness." r Ily the niiiiiin of Marlikhcid," "' ,. ed Ignorance of tho merits of DoWltt's Littlo Early Risers is a misfortune Among tho incidents of childhood that 1'fheso littlo pills regulate tho liver, euro stand out in bold relief, as' our memory headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, con roverta tohedayg'whenve wroydun stlpatlon and bllliousness. A. R. Fisher, none are nioie prominent than severe Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardins sickness. Tho young mother vividly re- burg. members that it was Chamberlains Cough GOT THE $70,000. Remedy cured her of croup, and In turn administers it to her own offspring and always with tho best resultsrFor sale by True Story of How the Mineral Range Express Was A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardlnsburg. Recovered. Louisville Post. NEWr BETHEU Thero arc somo good tobacco crop? ,in this neighborhood. There was a bam raising at Mr. J. S. Barnu's last Saturday. There has been six deaths and burlngs in tliis vicinity from tho 31st. of August to tho 20th of September. Mr. Miko Carroll died September It). The family has Tour sympathyomit wo' "? hopo ho la at rest. Kiss Letitia Adkison, who 'has been spending a few days hi Hnnlinshiirg, lias returned home. Mr. C. J. Uarnes, of Tobinsport, was tho guest of his parents last Sunday and Sunday night. Mrs! Marv'E.lLvons an'd'dauuliterlaro on the. sick 'ifsi.ihls week'. Nov. Joseph Dugglns wl( fill Jils regular appointment here tho second Saturday and Sunday, also hold, a protracted meeting. Did you know that you had hotter cut your tobacco bqforn Jack Front comes. Our churehi has .an, iixcoJlc,n, pastor. Mr. Jrwln .Haines was tho guest, of Mr. V, Lyons last Tuesday night, 1 All that honesty, experience and skil) can do to produce a perfect pill, lias been employed in making DoWltt's Little Early; .Risers. Tho rpsult is n specific for sick hcadacbo, billiousncss and constipation. A.' It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt ii Meador,1Iordinsburg. Down Went McGinty, W, McGinty.of Derby, Ind., who John was elected Township Trustee, and who has tho distributing power of tho schools was Indicted for bribery. Mr. McGinty was caught in the act of auctioneering tho several schools to tho highest bidders. This caused a tendency to malico and ho pf course was indicted by Supt. Georgo for bribery. Wo regret vpry much to learn that Alex Cummings, of tho "Perby Garao Hird," is on Mr. McGinty has skipped. Cannelton felophono. V. Wo could not improvo tha, qualify If paid dqublo tho price. J)p,Wtf.'H WJtqh Hazel Salvo is tho best Salve tha. experience- caq produce, or that money can buy. A. R. Fisher, ployarport, and, Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. 11 UI 1224 7 61 Calumut, Mich., Octr 1. Tho true lew Vork. 1231 1110 7 43 1238 1118 story oi mo recovery.oi mo enure 5u.. 735 Kcv. C. iRlclmrt, Nov York, 1128 1248 727 364 In a 000 stolen from tho Mineral RaiiL'o ex "Acorn on tlio too write:Iu llio IIohIi, which C. C. 1103, 121 54 lla.L.lt. 720 360 11 60pm 10pm ar.Henders'n iv 705am thorn press train on Sopjernlp 15 has just C. Certain Corn Cure' most mercomo to light." It will bo remembered cifully removes.'" thatShoupo and ? Winters, two railway LoufsvJle.Hadnsburg&Western R, fl, employes at Mtmpiotto,Avero arrested No. 2 TIME TABLE. and subsequently released. Thoy etolo TAKING EITEOT JULY 29. 1801, ( Jrunk and tho money frojii L?i(iuiber(' West Bound Trains" hast Bound Trains Dally Dailv a j.iuerty Knew it, but could not say Dailv Dally ex Sun, ex Sun, STATIONS. ex Sum exSun anything without giving himself away. No.6 No. 1 No. 2 No. f notlilnp nevr rlicn we state that It pays to en cape After his arrest and confession tho two 11 30am Lv Irylngtor) Ar 9 30am lu n ,u rinauent, moit healthy and pleiiiant huai. 12 10pm 8 35 xii, that returns a prollt (or every day's work. uarneld men were implicated and arrested.- - Thoy Kuch Ii thu builiies we oiler the worklur class. Harned 815 Via Wejeuch tliemjiow to imikti money riiulclly, and were offered a reward and their liberty if 12 42 Hardlnsbure 760 118 gilRnuiteo every one who follows uurMiiltructluna Kirk 715 they would confess and reveal tho where I'oiie Leo 'U'lna, Iu .lluiitfary, futlhfully the maklutf of 9300.00 a tnoutli. 130 Jolly 705 Every ,Onp whotnkts hold now uud works will 148 Glende'ane Tho announcement that an agreement 6 44 ahouta of tho monoy. Tho offer was acnr ADSOMTIOIC. ( there surely sficedlly Increase 155 Demnster 634 liad been, en to. ed (ntq between tho church can be and question nbout it; their earningsnt work uq cepted and tho money found buried in 2 15pm ar Falliliough lv 614am others now and Btatq in Hungary, by which tho for- are dolus It. and you, reader, oim do the same 260 564 iiocxvaie the ground four miles north of MarquIs business that 302 ltuth 629 mer agrees to drop its Insiatanco upon 'Vlila hudtlie o best payingsecure. You willyou havo ever make a tl clianco to 314 Asklns ette. Sheriff Dunn claims to havo struck 6 21 civil marriage, Is tho latest triumph for frave mistake If jou full to give t u trial at onte 329 Oaks 600 f grasp the situation, and act quickly, you the lead and imparted his plan of work 4 00pm ArFordSvilleLv 4 45am Popo Loo's diplomacy, and while it may will directly lnd yourself In iioit proinroui 4tH & Jtrr. Sta. LOUISVILLE(KY to Deputy Sheriff" Foley, who, ho claims, not havo attracted tho attention it de- builuess, at which you ran surely milk? und save COLE OLDO. Urge sums of liioney, 'file results of only a few THELOUESVJLLE&Sr.LOUJSAIIl LIKE. took advantage of his confidence, went DuBois&TObl) serves, inasmuch as tho Bacrod InstituNMhvuu, Tcnn. hours work will ojlcn equal a week' wages. on Dhhhnohau, Ala. tion of marriago was vitally interested Whttlier you nro old or young, man or woman, It to tho express olllro, secured tho re(L. E, AST. L.R.JtQ Qy-ewe lor CO iago book fret. makes no in this settlement, tlio rospluto attitude cess will dluYrcnce, atuo as verytell you, und suon ward for himself, divided it with the meet you the start. Neither SHORTEST, QUICKEST TKSTIPIONI'AI.N. of Romo is ovidenco that never will there experience or capital necessary. Those v. ho work prisoners, and obtained the confession. rewarded. Why not write to day for The Klectrnpolte will cure many hici of ilU. bo a surrender of position on ltd part for us AND BSST LINE TO full particulars, Tree r 1!. O. AM.KN A CO., For this breach of confidence Sheriff ease where nothing else will. It haa worked when any osabntinl of roligiou is nt stake. itoc No. 430, Jluguita, jlle St. Dunn lost evening revoked Foley's com- like ft chhrm in my family. fl.'ho basis of this urrangement is that AND ALL POINTS llev. Ceo, II Misn, Covlpgton, K), mission as deputy, and to a reporter told civil marriago will not be IntroSouth-Wea- t. It la certainly ft wonderful Imirunient. ami it duced, but that, as in our own country. thu story. Heretofore tho ofiicora havo y maintained that tho. money had not been Ii more wonderful aa to how it doca lt wprk, ,aftor or at tlio thno pf tho religious Ir. T If r ti,ii.u vt Ii is Effect Jul; 31, 1892. d marriages y hp officially rcghV recovered, although tho ofiicora of tho The veteran plow manufacturer of the South.) ferou. Freeman's Journal. Lr. toulsrllle 8:05 a,.. .8:25 p.Bt.4i29 p.m company claimed that it had. j.ouuvllle, ly. Arr fit. Louis 7:20 pm .(:4S am BTnTlle 1:J0, M ..., lOiOOp.ia Wo are prepared to supply I With the Ono word describes It "perfection." conatlnatlon Klrctrnnnitc ha.c cured d.itirnil.i. mid liver trouble, la grippe, headPoR.TcBELL;nr"oa,,rd,rM'' Wo refer to DoWltt's Witch Hazel Lumber promptly ih large or ache, toothache, had tolda, rhenmatlam, ncu. Salvo, cures obstinate sores, burns, skin colic 'SULZER'S. diseases and is u well known cure for rajgia, tonnllitlf, chills and jullei, I Tho .rcaulU small lots, for all purposes. are and fever have teen plies. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and curedwpnderful, 6. ?, A. LooIitIIU, Ky Job Printing of every dIs(ription, In uty mlnutea, HERON & OO. (HtyTektOffloS.W. Cor. Third Main Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. finished in the highest stylo. i K.J.r.y.Churc....l,'Ky: 4 0L0VBKP0RT, KY St., Loulstllle, Ky Santa," was kept' walled up with solid masonry and nover opened oxcept to indicate tho return pf tho ypar of jubileo. friii, pontiff, accompanied by cardinals Littlo vegetable health producers: und other attendants, went to this door In ICarly Risers cure malarious Littlo feolemn procession, and with a goldon disorders and regulate tho stomach and hummer struck it threo times, Baying. bowels, which prevents headacho and f"Aporito mihi portas jjustitiro,' whero-;upon tho, masonry which obstructed the dizziness. A. R. Fisher, Clovcrpoitnnd WitUV Meador, Hardinsburg. (doorway was removed. The pontiff knelt (before the entrance whilo tho door was Sprinkled with holy water by tho L , St. L AND T. of St. Peter's. This dono, ho .row, took his crosder, intonod tho "To Report of Receiver Attilla Cox on Deum LauilamnS'1 and entered tho church Ifollowed by tho clergy. JJoxt morning the Condition of tho.Road. tho jiopo gavo tho general benediction Mr. Attilla Cox, who was recently ap- and proclaimed tho terms of a jubileo pointed receiver of the Louisville, St. ; Ixmis and Texas rallrbtd, has filed a gen. A Hint I'orTyiiowj-ltcraeral report of the condition of tho road, Typewriters ought to writo, tho names is to the effect that the (of etc. The report tho persons to whom thoy writo miles in main line of thu road is 121 iu capitals. Td use prdinary letters length, with side tracks Of about fifteen shows lack of consideration and good miles. It is stated that tho branch line ! taste. No printer of any standing would running from Irvington to the Falls of issuo a iletter printod iu that way. His , training in his art hus distinctly taught s and Rough is forty-thremiles in extent. Thirty miles of the i him not;to do it. Manufacturers of typetheir machines are writers claim main track are rock ballasted and thirty-seve- n (educatprs thatthat operators must tho fifty-fou- r are gravel ballasted, whilo becomo proficient in singling, miles are unballasted. Receiver Cox ,punctuution and tho proper uso of caprecommends that $10,000 bo expended ou itals. But somehow this littlo matter of additional ballasting. It is also stated propriety and gQod tasto in address and that $27,030 is 'needed for repairs in the signature has thus far been greatly Cor. Boston Transcript. next few weeks. Tho track and rolling stock is in fine condition. Tho amount ! due for supplies is $10,172,72; the unpaid, wages amount to $10,241.00. Tho re celver asks that an order bo issued makFRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN, ing tho claims for wages of employes a road, and authorizing him to lien on the pay the wages as soon as possible The receipts have fallen off from $15,000 to Alarm for Its Invasion of America iWoll Foundod. $10,000 per month. Tho force of cm ployes and their salaries have, been re duccd 10 per cent. The'telegraphlc dispatches of January 1L M. McCrack.cn, who contracted. Ito 'JlBt report thu outbreak of choltim anew, extend the road from ita present terminus in lieiiin, 03 cases and It) deaths being at wept roint to a.point nvo miles south reported. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic of tho city, is given an extension of time until August lH'.M, on account of his in- cholera is anionc thu alarinint; possibili ability to raise money on securities ties, all stomach and bowel troubles as I'ho receivenhiur retained thbilaw firm of sume) un importance boyonu tlio ordifl.alttt .1. It!..... n rilll.iiunllt l.t... otnnn nary, and should meet With prompt by tho treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera inthat firm was formerly-employefantum, diarrhea, dysentary, flux, colic It is1 stated that when the roadwont' and cramps, wind on thostomauhi ieating, etc., all point into tho hands of tho receher it owed. conclusively to a bad condition of tho tlie law linn 5w(w u TheVourt is asked us to whether tho stomach ami bowels, and all such disorfirm is entitled to be paid the amount of ders should bo corrected at onco. air. Ih L. Wilsonf Btumptown. W its tee in arrears. Uouner-JournaVa., says i ''Lightning Hot Drops is the best medicine I overused for pains ; for A rino Sight. cramps and colic In children, it bo WJiot finer sight can boiinaglned than, beat. For flux, it is tho king." can't tyo powerful athletes, with no Unfeel Mr. It. L. Illehkinship, of Tooley, ing towurl each other, twisting, wrighas this to Bay: 'UJaBt April I had gling and squirming to get out of cer- ar extremely soyere .attack of diarrhea ; tain positions, when a spectator thinks a had twenty-on- e actions of my bowels in fall inevitable? How eagerly tho throng less than two hours. I took threo doses watch them ihthoir almost .sniKThum'an of Lightning HoU Drops and it relieved efforts lis ,thoy applyf holds and then mo instantly." Lightning Jlpt- Drops is,thp safest, sur-es- tj broak'thufiiVrielrt) each' other withi irrequickest remedy sistible force, then fcpring quickly, upon for each and nil of tho ever compounded above complaint. their feet, till as ti desperate JresoVt ono Moreover, it cures all pains, external and of tho contestant will turn nicoiupleto internal, anii$tho bestjafeguard known somersault, lighting ullnbly on his feet, to destroy tho ovll etrecta of a chango of in a frantic endeavor to gain tho water or diet. Pleasant to tako. SweetLlpplncott's. ened, children like it. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by all dealers in medicino, Almospberlc Oiygeo, at 2(c, and 50c. a bottlp, on tlio guarantee : No relief, no pay. Try it once. Bo not deceived. Ixiok for Trade-Mar- k of natives gathering herbs. Mado only by Hrb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. -let-Ite- rs 0 e four-tenthly I oyor-looke- rent of St. Peter's church with solemn (ceremonies. This door, called tho "Porta i sxaaxzz j HARDINSBURG, KY. f"" " -- md Rates: J ftR".gSag JOUISVILLE. Ky. I&RE60RY&C0., headquarters for BANK oy fi Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mien igan Planter, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, HAEDINSBUEG Capital Stock $25 000. Surplus $7 GOO. B. F. DEARS, President WILL MILLER, M. U. BEARD, Cashier. O. W. BEARD Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring A kept on hand. Orders accompanied by cash prompt ly filled. al-w- MORRIS ESKRIDQE R. M. JOLLY. INTEREST Dire tor CHOLERA TABLER'SQIi E PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. V Rllf.KFYFr.LL iLouisvllle, St Louis & Texas R. R. Co. OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect tAt 7:00 o'elck A. V. Cuxidaj, Jane 18, 1893, Wett Bound fi3 3STO. 21. Traint STATIONS Iv.Un'n Kail Bound Tram M SI years as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. niciuRDsny Tnpmi known for hr SURE and IS CERTAIN CURE f Kxpr's Kxpr's Dally Dally 6 30pm 7 45.un Mall & Knpr's Kxpr'. Daily Dally 8 45pm 12 12 11 111 bedicisk co.) bt. ions. 720 44 800 844 A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! llPffeUki-- . PoaUlvolT removes 7! 7 818 72J 75J H01 8 0U 8 40 8 69 900 915 9 24 9 Si 9 40 9 48 flHllcTmlSr " A (dfti&fMtes sal 8JJ 841 845 864 85a 9 01 IN Himoui 1'ain. 48 HOURS, DM lH 1(1 S500 l. Ii IP fLalalaBBKSfr For Failure or SUshleat Injury, iThlf lathe Greatest Wonder of the 19th 'Century. InK, Reward 1010 1018 1022 1025 1038 915 920 U32 1043 1051 1103 1111 St. West Point Howard Rock Haven Long llranch llrandcnburg Ekron Custon Irvington Webster Lodiburg Pierce Simple Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Sklllman Ilawesvllle Petrle Lewlsport Power Pates Owensboro Mattlngly arimoi Stanley Worthlngton Heads Spottsvllle Kalcon Cayce Shops p't ..af Kentucky 40pm 25 17 &H 45im H4II 7 44 1108 10 830 762 7 30 1049 1Q40 1030 1022 1014 1010 10 02 958 965 9 42 9 37 entire veterinary world. Sworn Proofs Mall-- I ed free. u Utopian. ft doer, the 941 94H 10 Ui 10 21 964 958 HIS 11211 1120 1143 1255-- W-Va- ., Circulars and spavin en R r. 'Dr. Gay Gheelnl, No.aT8CiuialHt., 103J 1043 1055 11 1205pm 1216 1221 00 967 927 910 908 902 868 852 835 822 812 800 764 729 722 714 707 668 645 638 630 625 618 614 611 600 665 633 627 621 618 612 460 4 43 . 6 44 435 422 417 ir - Jc3i WE TELL YOU u ' cures disease Without Medicine. nd ir, Louis, Evtinsville West and Tims-Car- corp-mon- 1i- - LU dlR '$ 'I s, , f & .,.B O?' Htt&m