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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893101801_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. J. .aJt . IXJLEJ FYCE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVEKPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1893. THE SYMPATHY OF RELIGION. Col. Thomas W, Hlgglnson'Haddresahefnrcthe i i.'.t i rt -- ? YOL. XVIII. V NO.l13. "2 ' r" IW . 7 ' THE BENCH-LEGOE- D nv lunEMK fiuld. fyce Sncakln' of ilorgi, my n vice. lle'd mfost o' the virtues un' narjr name that atofe called him Sooner, a Smne talk From hjn preillt poiltion to chronic repose! rouse hl ambition, he couldn't be bc.it Uitt Ycr bet yer he got that on all nla four feetl Mni' dorea Iiet some forte like huntln' an' such, lint the iporUo the field didn't bother him mucin He wuz jest a plain dorp, an' contented to be , On peaceable terms with the nel)rhl)ori an' met Used to fiddle an' squirm, and grunt, "Oh how beneh-ltKKed and along of wild fruit In tlio woods, nti on; ho found oysters In plenty. One of tho sailors, urobably niistriiRtliifr tilt! captain a Intentions, l.n.1 secretly the I'arlimtnt of Itcllglnn. When I tickled the hack ol lyce 1 nice 1" tha bench-ICKKe- d wuis long In the bar'l like a lyce oughtcr bc( Ills color war. yaller as ever you see; His tall, curlln upward, was long, loose an' When he didn't wag- It, why the tall It wagged nunf pup d Ills legs wiu so crooked, my Wuz as tall tlttln' down as lie wur standin' up He'd lie by the stove or a night an' regret The various vlttles an' things he had etj When "a stranger, most likely a tramp, come .along, lle'd lift up his voice In significant sonjr You wondered, by guml how the'c ever nut spice In that bosom o' his hls'n to hold so much 14S! lie - bench-legge- ' Of daytimes he'd sneak to the road an' He down, to An' tackle the country dorgscomln' St. town; Joe, Ily common consent he win. bnst in took hold of he hever let go! Kor what-hAn' a dude tlmt come court in' our girl leftd a slice Of his whlterlannel suit with our bench-leggefycel J He wur. good In us kids when we pulled at Ills fur Or twisted his tall he would never demur; He seemed to enjoy all our play an' chaff, For his tongue ud hang out an' he'd laff an'heM ' Jf-- An' once vhen the Hobartboy fell through the lie wuz drug clean ashore by that bench-leggcd fycel ' ' Wc all hcvc6ur choice, an' vou, like the rest. Allow that the dorg which you're got Is the best; Iwnuldn't irlve much 'for the boy 'at grows up With no friendship subsistln' 'tween him and a pup! When a feller gits old I tell you It's nice To think of his youth an' his bench.leggcd fycel To think of the springtime wav back In St. Joe ooin and the daisies ablow: Of the win h trees To think of the play In the inedder an' grove, Whe little legs wrestled an' little ban's strove; To think nf the loyalty, valor an' truth Of the Iriendshlps that hallow the season, of yputhl The Advertising Of Hood's Sareaparilla Is always within tlio bounds of reason becauso it Is Pa tWsli. Ik Vf I . 2 true; it always appoals to tho sober, common senso of thinking people be- ago. cause it Is true; and it is always fully Luke Smith was taken off tho island substantiated by.endorscments which, in by a revenue cutter on tho date I have tho financial world would bo accepted named, and of course his money went with-him- . without a moment's hesitation. Had it been almost any other craft ho would probably have been robHood's I'ilu euro liver Ills, con- - bed of a goodly portion. Tho captain of stipatlon, bllliousness, jaundice, sict .tho cutter not only landed him at Pensa- headache, indigestion cola, but stood by him until the courts appointed a legal guardian. LUKE SMITE'S FORTUNE Luko was at onco sent to school, and ho Is in due time to college, and How a Louisvillo Lawyer Got His ono .of tho brightest lawyers In Louisville Tlio captain who left him on Doubloon Start in Life. Island, as it is now called, expecting If you look at your school maps you him to dio of starvation, heard of tho will notico that tho State of Floridia pro- -' treasure find as did hundreds of others, jecta out into the occan like a great and it was said he never got over bei.ig thumb, and that off its southern limits, mad to his dying day. Detroit Free in what is known as tho Straits of Flor-di- Press. there are a dozen or mora islands. Somo of these are inhabited by fishermen Was the Infanta Pretty? and and An Iowa lady answered this query some are not visited onco a year by any-.- ( thus: She had a loyely complexion but body. Some of tho islands aro only banks no better than all my girls have since of sand, with hero and thcro a shrub or thoy began to uso Park's Tea. It is wontree, wbilo others aro covered with derful how pretty they loek now. A. K. vegetation and aro veritable gems Fisher, druggist. of the sea. In tho spring of 1073 a boy fourteen At Chatamauga. years of age, named Luko Smith, who Capt. Sam K. Cox returned Saturday was an orphan and had lived several from ' Chicamauga, the sccno of the years at Columbus, Ky., managed to mako bloodiest battlo of the late war, where his way down to New Orleans on a steam- ho went under a commission from Govboat. Ho was disappointed in finding ernor Brown to aid in locating tho exact anything to do after his arrival, and for position held by each of the commands two or thrco weeks lived by becging on of tho armies on the two bloody days of tho streets. Being threatened with ar- the memorablo battle. rest for this, and being now as anxious Tho other Commissioners from this to leave'the city as ho had formerly been Stato were: Capt. "Wallaco Herr, of to roach it, ho hid himsolf away on board Owonsboro, Col. J. H. Weller, A. T. Puof a small schooner loaded for Charleslley Maj. J, S. Clarke, Judge John 'S. ton. He did not discover himself to tho Tuttle and Col. R. M. Kelloy. crew until ho was near perishing with The various spots of interest on tho hunger and thirst The schooner bad q battlo-flol- d are being marked and monsmall crow and the boy could bavo been uments aro being erected to 'the heroo of use, but both tho captain and mate of both armies who fell there. Tho extreated him in the most shameful man- act spot where Gen. Ben Hardin Helm ner. Ho was flogged and cuffed until ho was killed was located by tho Commistried to jump overboard to cscapo his sioners and will bo marked by a suitable persecutors, and tho food he got was monument. hardly enough to sustain life has been mado a Tho battle-fielThe only oircnso ho had committed National park und Is in charge of a comwas In hiding aboard, but tho officers, mission composed of a commissioned who were both hard drinkers, looked officer from the United Statps Army, a upon this as a critno punishable almost Confederate volunteer soldier and a sol- with death. They would probably hayo dlor from tho ranks of tho Federal volun-- 1 driven him to suicide but for the inter- tcers. ference of tho crovy, who threatened to Capt. Cox speaks in tho highest terms report their conduct and thoir cruelties of tho'progress of tho work of beautifyas soon as they entered port. This mado ing the historic field, and ho predicts them let up a little, but it also set them that when the plans of tho commission to planning. Learning that thoy might havo been carried out, it will bo ono of get into the clutches of the law Mtliey tho most beautiful and attractive spots carried Luko to Charleston, where ho in the South. About thrco hundred could mako a complaint, they determinmen aro engaged constantly in improved to maroon him. ing and beautifying tho grounds. HartA course was steeergd for the cluster ford Herald. of islands mentioned, and on reaching "PutMoney in Thy Purse." them the captain had himsolf and Luko How? Save doctor's bills. Always pulled ashoro on pretense of leelng somo keep on hand a bottlo of that finest of bad so- -, remedies, JJr. Halo's Household Cough The island that lected iwas about flvo miles from' her Curo to allay tho first irritation caused by nearest neighbor, and entirely uninhab- a cold. Don't think you can fix up someited. It was only about a mllo across in thing just as good when for 25c.or 50c. you any direction, but fairly well wooded, can havo tho result of years pf practtco and contained a flno ' up ring of fieah. and experjonco expended In making this preparation absolutely the best. For salo water,. Shortly .after getting into tho wood, py Short & Ilnynes. to-da, shell-gatheturtle-catchers, lux-urant d shell-gatherer- s. furnlsbed the My with a sheath-knlfc- . and a handful somo matches, a of salt. It was about 10 o'clock in tho forenoon when Luko was left ashoro. Beforo night bo had satisfied his hunger for the first time in weeks, and built himself a shelter. That was his introduction to a Crusoe life which lasted till the 11th of October. During the six months no ono landed at the Island and he saw no sail within three of our miles. His bill of faro consisted of fruits, berries, roots, oysters', ,ilsh and wild onions. Ho caught Beveral turtles, but not knowing how to prepare them he could not uso them. Now and then to vary bis diet, ho killed n bird, but tho only species ho could lay hold of were rather rank in taste. The 8th day of August was a memorable day to Luko Smith. A heavy sea had been beating on the west sido of the island for two days previous, and tho tides had also been unusually higher along tho western shore, just at average high-watmark, was a continuous bluff five or six feet high. An Luke walked along tho beach on tho forenoon of tho 8th, with tho tido out, ho noticed that this bluff had been badly cut into in places. At one spot a great tree had and carried off by tho been waves, and as the boy looked into the hole thus left he saw what appeared to bo a wooden box about sixteen inches square. It took all his strength to lift it out on tho sands, and searching about he soon discovered four more just liko it. d They' wero cedar boxes, and they were full of gold and silver coins, and had been burled there for twenty years or more. Tho money was nearly all Spanish, and counted up about $9,000 to the box. Who buried it will never be known, but thoro aro those who connect it with n Cuban filibustering expedition of years fish-lino iron-boun- It Is interesting to think, asa result of his great labors and youi sympathy, that all ovor this land probably hundreds of pulpits were making this Parliment of Religions their topic for discussion yesterday. All over this land thcro wcro discissions varying in a rango only to bo equaled by tho rango of tho Parliment iteolf. Somo of thoso discussions had a breadth and a grasp,. no doubt, worthy of their subject; others among thoso discussions had n concentrated narrowness and pettiness which could only bo illustrated by what n Washington lady said about tho English statesman, Mr. Chamberlain, after hi; rcsidonco thero. "He is a nico man," she said, "but ho doesn't know how to dance. Ho takes steps so small that you'd think he had practiced on n postago stamp." Laughter Amid all that rango of discussion how few thero probably were who recognized that this Is, after all, not tho first American Parliment of Religions, but that the first Parliment was coincident with tho very foundations of this Government nnd was accepted In illustration of its workings. FOUNDED ON RRLIOIOUS TOI.EIUTIO.V'. tho Constitution of the uniteu. (states was adopted and a com- memoratlvo procession of C000 peoplo took placo in Philadelphia, then tho seat of government, a placo In tho triumphal march was assigned to tho clergy, and tho Jewish rabbi of tho city walked between'two Christian ministers, to show that tho new republic was founded on religious toleration. It seems strange that no historical painter, up'to this time, has selected for his thomo that fine incident. It should havo been perpetuated in art, like tho landing of tho Pilgrims or Washington crossing tho Dclowaro. And sldo by side with It might well ho painted tho twin event which occurcd nenrly 100 years later, In a Mohammedon country, when In 1875 Ismaol Pacha, then Kne-div- o of Egypt, celebrated by a procession of 200,000 people tho obsequies of only daughter. his beloved and placed the Mohammedon priests and Christian missionaries together in tho procession, on tho avowed ground that thoy served tho same God, and that ho desired for his daughter's soul tho prayers of all. During tho interval between these two great symbolic acts, tho world of thought was revolutionized by modern science, and tho very fact of religion, tho very cxistenco of a dlvino power, was for ,a. time questioned. Science roso, liko tho caged Afreet In tho Arabian story, and filled tho sky. Then, more powerful than tho Afreet, it accepted its own limitations, and achieved its greatest triumph in voluntarily reducing ita claims. Supposed by many tq have dethroned religion forover, it now 'offers to dethrono itself and to yield place to Imaginative aspiration a world outsido of science as Its suporior. This was done most conclusively when Prof. tho close of his Belfast address, uttered that fine statement, by which ho will perhaps bo longest Temembored, that religion belongs not to the knowing powersof man, but to his creative powers. g sentence. It was an When in 1783 Tyn-dall,at epoch-makin- of ono of the chief devils, whllo I observed It, a swallow had built Its nest and twittered securely. And not only did humbler nature thus triumph beneath (ho frco air, but within tho church tho beautiful face of Jesus showed tho victory of man ovor his fears. In tho samo way a recent English traveler in Thibet, after describing an idol room filled with pictures of battles betweon hideous fiends and equally hideous gods, many headed and many armed, says: "But among nil theso ropulslvo faces of degraded type, distorted with evil passions, wo saw in striking contrast hero and thoro an Imago of tho contemplative Buddha, with beautiful, calm features, pure and pitiful, such as thoy havo been handed down by painting and sculpture for 2000 years, and which the Laman (priesu?) with all their pervorlcd imagination havo never ventured to change when designing an idol of tho Great Incarnation. Tho need of this high exerclso of tho imagination is shown oven by the regrets of thoso who, in their devotion to pure science, aro least wllliug to share It. CLOVERPORT HIGH SCHOOL. Tho penalties of a total alienation from tho religious lifo of tho world are per haps1 soverer than oven thoso of superReport for the Month Ending Oct. 6, stition. CniESOK the horns CAN YOU READ AND WRITE? Then read this "ad." and write a letter, to LEVY'S Third and Market, Louisville. Mention this SPECIAL PROPOSITION to wearers of CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS, HATS and SHOES When you need anything in our lino send tho amount of money which you want to spend for the article and stato plainly what you want. YOU'LL GET IT by return express and if tho cost amounts to $5 or more the express will bo PAID BY US for 200 miles from Louisvillo. If goods fall to please, money will bo refunded. What's tho matter with laying in your fall supply this way? CITY STYLES in tho country nnd delivered to you free I Try it I N do-sir- Diai'AIIl. lto-ina- 1893. NQ. MIDDLE OKOUND. If knowing is to bo tho only religious standard, thero is no middle ground the spiritual despair of tho raero agnostic and tho utter merging of ono's Individual reason in somo great organized church tho Roman Catholic, tho Greek Catholic, tho Mohammedon, tho Buddhist. But )f human aspiration, or, in other words, man's creatlvo Imagination is to be the standard, tho humblest individual thinker may retain tho essence of roligion, and may, moreover, havu not only ono of thesq vast faiths, but al) of them at his sldo. Each of them alone is partial, limited unsatisfying. Among all these vast structures of spiritual organization there is sympathy. It lies not jn what they know, for thoy aro nllke, in a scientific sense, in knowing nothing. Their point of sympathy lies in what they have sublimely created through longing imagination. In all thoso faiths is tho samo alloy of human superstition, the samo fables of miracle and prophesy; tho samo signs and wonders; tho samo perpetual births and In point of knowledgo all aro helplqss, In point of credulity all puerile; in point of aspiration oil sublime. All seek after God, if haply thoy might find him. All, moreoyer, look round for somo human lifo moro oxitltcd than tho rest, which may bo takon as God's highest reilection. Terror leads them to Imagino domons, hungry to destroy but hope creates for them redeemers mighty to savo. Buddha, tho prince, stops from his station; Jesui, tho carpenter's son, from his, and both givo their lives to "tho service of man. That tho good thus prevails aboyo tho ovil is" what makes religion oven tho conventional and established religion q stop forward, not backward iri tho history of man, I know a women who, passing in early n childhood from tho gentleness of a Catholic convent to a qoverly Evangelical boarding school, recalls distinctly how slid used In her own room to light matches and smell of tho sulphur, In order to get used to what sho supposed to bo her doom. Time and tho grace of God, as sho thought, saved her from such terrors at last, but what chanco of removnl has tho gloom of tho severe agnostic of tlio Clifford of Amberley typo, who looks upon a universe impoverished by tho death of Deity? Tlio pure and Clifford said: "wo havo seen tho spring sitn shino out of an empty heaven upon a soulless earth, and wo havo felt with utter lonll- ness, mat 1110 urcat companion was dead." "In giving it up" Ctho belief in God and immortality), wroto Viscount Amberley, whom I knew lu his generous and enthusiastic youth, with thutequally d and more gifted wife, both so soon to bo removed by death, "wo are resigning a balm for tho wounded spirit, for which it would bo hard to find an equivalent in all the repertories of science and in nil tho treasures df phil? osophy." It is in escaping this dire tragedy in bolleving that what wo ceasq to hold by knOwledgo'wdcanat least retain by aspiration that tho sympathy of religion comes in to help us. That sympathy unites tho kindred aspirations of tho human race. No man knows God: all strivo with their highest powers to create him by aspiration; and wo need in this vast tiflbrt not tho support of singlo sect alone, liko Roman Catholics or Buddhists, but tho strength nnd Sympathy of the human raco. What brings us hero to day? what unites us? but that wo aro altogether seeking after God, if haply wo may find him. Wo shall find him, If wo find him at all, individually; by opening each for himself tho barrier between tho created and the creator. If supernatural infallibility is gono forever thoro remains what Stuart Mill called with grander baptism supernatural hopes. It is tho essenco of a liopo that it can not bo formulated or organized, or mado subject or conditional on tho hopes of another. All tho vast mechanism of any schemo of salvation or religious hierarchy becomes powerless and insignflcant besides tlio homo in a singlo human soul. Losing tho support of any organized human faith w6 becoino possessed of that which all faiths collectlvoly seek. Thoir joint fellowship gives moro than tho loss of any singlo fellowship takes away. Wo aro all engaged in that magnificent work described in tho Buddhist "Dhammapada" or "Path of Light." "Mako thyself an island; work hard, bo wise." If each could mako himsolf an island there would yet appear nt last above these waves of. despair or doubt n continent fairer than Columbus won. high-minde- d high-minde- 121 Number girls onrolled 124 Number hoys enrolled Wholo number pupils 245 Averago daily attendance.. . .195 17 Average daily absence 9!l Per cent of nttendanco 12 Number cases tardiness 13 Number visitors Honorablo mention is mado. of pupils who attend regularly, aro of good do. portment and aro proficient in tho branches of study pursued. To entitle a name upon tho rolo of honor tho pupil must bo present every day ; must not bo tardy; must bo of good deportment ; nnd must make an averago scholarship of 75 per cent. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR BARGAINS. Do you want to savo 25 cents on tho .dollar. "Wo havo tho goods. They wcro purchased right. Wo are going to sell them. Don't let somo ono toll you wo givo short weight, or that thoy aro inferior goods. Wo know what wo aro about. If wo lose monoy it is our fault, not yours. Having purchased Beard & Ueolor's stock which wo will sell at greatly reduced prices, in ordor to make room for our lino of lloll of Honor. HIOII SCItOOI. DEPARTMENT. Vo"oy Third Year Forest Moorman, Nellie Simons. Mary Second Year Olivia Fallon, Ryan. First Year Marion Bowmer, Ernest Boyd, Fredrick D'Huy, Wallio Lishen, Willie Mullen, Ladosca May, Amil Oclze, Austin Popham, Pearl Perrigo, Herbort Riedol, Rosa Ryan, Albert Sol- brjg, Maggie Skillman, Jcssio Willis, James Witt. GRAMMEIt DEPARTMENT. Fall and Winter O-OO-O Which wo arc constantly receiving. Sixth Grade Anna Hambleton, Jnno Hambloton, Eddio Montgomery, Robert Witt, Ernest Popham. Fifth Grade Ella Ahl, Shelby Conrad, Joe Fallon, Walter Graham, Jennio London, Ella Popham, Lillian Slppol, Moorman Willis. INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. XV. T Don't fail to como and sco us, wo will show you them with pleasuro, and mako your heart feol good when you buy a pair of our -- : $1.50 Shoes :- Fourth Grade Ida Hampton, Grade Ruth That look well Haynes, Nora Porigo, Anna Lilian, Plank, Muriel Gregory, Carl Lishen, Warfleld Collins, Isadora Popham, Charlie Zlrklo. Third Grade Chnrlio Lalleist, Dora Berry, Willlo Ahl, George Windolken, David Murray, John Nowton. PRIMARY , I fool well and wear well, and when you como to look you will 8tay to buy ana go away pleased and satisfied, Is tho motto of your friends, DEPARTMENT. KAYH MATTINGtLY & HOBEN. HARDINSBURG, KY. Second Grade Warren Hicks, Carlton Gregory, John London, Besslo Long, Maggie Wroe. First Grade Everett Zirkle, Georgo Downs, Philip Downs, Leonard Gregory, Arthur Gregory, Jim Hicks, Willlo Long, SAM'L RAY. Benjamin O'Brien, Effio McMannaway, Bello McMannaway. J. II. Looan, Supt. ROBERT P. UAHE. O. IB- -:- "VmEE)ILiE3IB, WITH PENSIONS AND SUSPENSIONS. Statistics of tho Pension Bureau's Work the Past Year. Washington, Oct. 10. Tho Speaker laid boforo tlio IIouso today n communication from Secretary Smith, replying to a IIouso resolution requesting informo; tionas to tho number of invalid pensions granted during tho year ending September 1, 1803, tho number of claims rejected and tho number suspended. Tho information submitted Iscompilod by Commissioner Lochren, and shows that tho numbor of invalid pensions granted dur7 ing tho period was 55,224, of which wore under tho act of 1800,and 0,187 under tho genoral law. Tho number of liko claims rejected during this period was 50,702; 48,343 of them being under tho act of June, 1800, and 8,350 boing under the general law. Tho number of claims of this class suspended during tlio samo tlmo wss 12,371 ofwhlch 10,782 wero under the act of 1800, and 1,589 under tho general laws. Thoso undor tho general law wore suspended during tho wholo period, and thoso undor tho net of 1800 wore suspended in tho months of May, June, July nnd August, 1893. In conclusion Mr. Lochran says that It Is proper to add that, pursuant to tho act of March 1, 1893, tho pensions of persons who aro residing outsido of tho jurisdiction of tho United States havo boon suspended sinco tho first of July, 1803. Of tho 10,9j2 caseB suspended under the act, of Juno "7, 1800, payment has boon resumed in 0,072 cases to October 7, 1893. 40,-05,0 Crescent - Tobacco -:- - Warehouse, T RAY & CO., Proprietors. Eighth and Main Streets, t rMTIOWIT 17 T7" LUU lb YThbcprvY. from 803 to 811- With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storago Four Months Froc, Job? 9Printin Pamphlets, Bill Heads, Checks, . Refined Cruelty. "Thev .say wtlkins abuses ins wllo shamefully, n "Tho deuco ho does! Ohy, ho doesn't appear to bo a brutal follow at all. What does ho do, beat her?" "O, no. Ho waits until after thoy got seated in tho theatre and then tolls her that her hat Isn't on straight." Note Heads, Statements.- ; Letter Heads, Finished at this office in the latest style. 1 51 iA boon "Jt wtH do itf" "It vill do til" pro tested a member of the family that had long Can You flake OIT IX QC1ITITT. MsTiiqciUir. 4lf vand the captain finally showed up on outpfslgljtof, thesallprs in Uu'yawl Teachers' Association. HETWKEtf HOl'BAND KEAU. thocapfemlnforraeULuko tbatvIie was The Cloverport Magisterial District AsEvery great mediaeval structure In to bo left therO( and threatened to kill sociation will meet hi tho Public School him 1J he attempted to regain thq boat. building at Clovorport, on Saturday, Oct. Christian Europo recalls in its architecture the extremes of hope and fear. Luke was rather pleased than otherwise, Following Is tho program : (he beach and reported tho boy to bavo run awa from him and concealed him-- , self. The'bontwas ordered to' pull off at oncet and wtyn, Luko , J3nih creptf down, to the beach Ittwnp to jjohpld the. schooner throe or four miles distant. T .0 first thing he' did, as ho aftorwards told me, was to hunt fur fresh water. Ho not only found, the 8prjng,,hut an abundance 21, 1893. Heading AdvancelteadlnjJ , , Miss ltuby Ryan Arithmetic I'erventage , . i i Sherman flail Grammar Analysis. . , . . . Luella Wheatley Roferenco was had to Dr. Fen-- , ner'a O olden Ro- llnf. Tfniiht hud boon expressed that it would curo consumption. Tho protesting momber.had witnessed tho invalld.tbo frequent visits of tho Doctor, and had accompanied tho "trips South." Had noticed tho "hectiq flush," tho "nervous irrltatlori," tho He had also scon tho discontinuance of all these tho administration of Dr. Fcnncr's Ooldcn Relief, followed by tho .restoration to perfect health, and ha know tho Golden Relief was what had done It Ho 'was " honest and fcarlcia" enough to " tell tho truth.!' Cures also .sprethroat,- - branchltutfcollc, dysentery, 'bruises, burns, cute and all sores in fot, Inflammation in any form or placa from a corn to a consumption. No in-- . Mummatlon no corn, no inflammation no 'consumption. One tablespoonful dose cures Lib unppo. never aisappomu. satisfaction not given, money refunded. Take a bottle home to-da- consumption. afflicted with a caso of M a Dress? WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM "constant cough" tho "profuse toration." expec- & I Abovo tho main doors of tho Cathedral of Notro Dame, in Paris, strange, figures' impri&ioncd by ono arm in tho stone Some 1'olnts in (geography Geography strivo wUh, agonised' faces to (jet out;, Logan ,J.lf. History Methods of Teaching- i . .Julia Ilerry.' dovtlft-fil- t lirtoi wicked kings and priests;, Spelling Method of Teaching. . .Saflle.I'ejMin Writing Analysts of Letters, , . Clint Ilasham aiter tho last judgment demons liko monSamuel Tucker l'hyslology Circulation keys hurry. thfctroop of tho.cpudomned, Cqinriositlon l'llnclpl&s of Kxpression 1 Mora Shumate still including'kinge" and' priests, awayV I'prins of GovernCivil Government ment . 1 . . . .''. . 7 Jbhri Wythe Yet nature triumphed over all theso . . vltnsa Allen Declamation . . , V. fetters, and I remember that between Mary, Mqormaij, I'res, , " sldo or cheat, ' ...........,,, ,,.,.......,.. ,ii For a lamo hack or for a pain in tho try saturating a ploco of flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Balm. SULZER'S, QUEENSWARE. and binding it onto tlio affected parts. Quccns-waro.an- d Now is your tlino to purchoso This treatment will, cufony ordinary .Glassware, wo have ft fow caso in ouo or two days,. Pain Balm also If "O. O. O. Cortnin Chill Cnro" Cures rheumatism, 50 cent bottlo for salo ronine,nfsleft,and aro closing put at is not tho Lost remedy you havo. ovor Wo will iriakef It to ypur interest your iisjoil fop Chills and Foyer by A. R. Fisher, Clovcrpoit and Witt A cost. monoy will bo refunded. to call.., Rabbage's. w Meador. Hardinsburg. Pleasant to take. Price OO cts YOU CAN If you will but read the series of in- tensely practical articles we are about to publish. Art expert wrote them so they'd be plain to everyYou might as body. well know as much as your dressmaker. Itdnly costs the price of this Journal. VERMIFUGE f ( Has led all Worm Romodlos. Tnnni FOR 20 YEARS BT. - SOLD EVERYWHERE. T BIClUnDSM MEDICIXK 111., EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. LOHS. "jflW .1 o ,....' .'r 0 . ,, v.walHW! 'f V r( - "W - l.(wtl'''--W"- . ''Wi'W(tWlWi1llli!Wl;MNiWaft - MpMMHjU iJr k ynw iSTJT1 TlFTOWWflaWTi; - tPTJWT'ty'i " r V T! sjvr- v " 'W!T'V; T IlsHrlHJJ'- IPffWCTW PKlH3yMl iMnHBf"? a , ITlNC L. - n THR "BRRGKRNRIDGR NRWS, QLOVRRPORT, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER Jao. T). & . idMUWMIMM 4 HARDINSBURG. L. H 18, 1893. & W. OOlXO E. TIME-TABL- T. 0. Babbags, Editors and Prcprlet'n t'snenger Daily arr. IIrdlniburg-lJ:4- 1 p.m. oomo kist. Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg.. 7:50 a.m WIST. I... fit, & T. Local Time Mall and Kxprsii going Kast west it axprsss East... it West Kast uoea. r'rslght ii Wait....... I. 9 .4 a.m. iu.38 a.m. 6.00 p.m. 8.16 p.m. 11 .Si a.m. 9.S0 a.m. Card. The best grades of coffee. W. II. Hardin. Miss Klla Smith is visiting in Louis ville. , MreWjH SIX PAGES. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOIl SIATK SENATOR eiiBjMjru Um8VngStejphjj stavs.-jfjiilie- A. J. GROSS. FOR RKl'RKSBKTATIVU MIKE MILLER. FOR SCHOOL SUPKIIINTUNDKNT r'a Overcoats all kinds and Cloverport. I Born, to tho wife of Mr. J. E:Monarch, Oct. 12, a boy. Miss Annio Jones has gone to tho World's Fair. Turnips, cabbage and sweet potatoes. ' W. B. Hardin. See our lino of ladies' fall dress goods. J AS. W. MILLER. We are not Baying much about that The little n flair over at Indianapolis. Republicans are tlio ? Tiieiik are too many Democrats in this town. The ofliccs won't go round and of course there is a scramble. The friends of Mr. H. Frank Warfleld, in this rity, will be glad to learn that lie has been retained in the Kentucky Xat ional Bank. many that the working of the new jury law will be found rather complicated and will not be as satisfactory as the law under the old system. b It is predicted Hunti.no down the parentage of Miss I'olla.d's boy baby is certainly making some pretty lively reading for Col, whether the end be accomplished or not. Breck-inrfdg- u the acts of tint lost Legislature did not reach Judge McBeath to be used during his session of Circuit Court at Hardinsburg But the Judge went on with the business of the court just the same. A copy of Collector Powers has at last got into Hancock with an appointment for U. S. storekeepers and The boys here feel a little more now and are ready any minute lightning to strike, 'em. or two guagers. hopeful for the Tk.n thousand men went to work in the iron and steel works in the State of Ohio last week. The railroad strikers have compromised their differences, money matters are getting easier and the great business depression of six weeks ago is gradually passing away. Tub Fanner's Bank, of Henderson, has declined to pay the tax upon its property as assessed by the city council and will test the validity of the new law in the ourts. Tliis strikes at one of the provision-) of the new constitution and calls for litigation on the subject. When three brick plants employing two hundred men shut down In a town the size of this it might be expected that buslm-swould be a little dull. It is to bo regretted that we haven't public works that w ill keep hot steam the best part of the year and keep the laborers employ id. Many papers in the state are criticising Joe Blackburn for the position he took in the United States Senate on the silver question. Mr. Blackburn it ap pears did not represent the will of his constituents in the slightest degree in giving his views on that subject, which fact may call for a more accurate settle ment with Mr. Joseph sometime in the near future. s The Democrats of Hardinsburg have nominated a full ticket for all tho town otlicers to bo elected under their new charter in November. Ten years ago they would hardly have thought of doing such a thing for in a measuro it would Tho Republicans have been usehss. then had almost full sway and run tho city government themselves. Gradually though the boys gained ground on them and now it hustles a Republican like smoke to get a little oflico out there. Tub directors of tho World's Fuir have given out an official statement to the ellect that the great show has made cnougli money to meet all expenses and pay out of debt and shows up with a small balance to its credit in the treasury The fair was a stupenduous undertaking from the start and there were many predictions that It would turn out a big financial failure, but the increased interest in the attendance1 for the last months was far beyond anything anticipated, and the gate receipt were simply enormous. I'eople aru still Hocking to Chicago by the hundreds to get a sight of the big show before it closes finally on tho 31. There is but little timu now remaining for those who have not attended and if it is desired to see quite the greaUst exhibition in tho whole universe our advice is that you had better move. Its more than likely that another hundred years from now will find you somewhat remote from our present lino of transportation. 8100 Howard, $100. The readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that sclcnco has been able to euro in all its stages and that is Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only iKwitivo cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and inucuous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying tho founda. Hon of tho disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. Tho proprietors have so much faith in its curative rowers, thut they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure. Send for list of TesAddress, timonials. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0, $SHod by Drugglsta. 76c. Sulier's, Cloverport. Boy's suite largo stock to select from. Sulzer's, Cloverport Messrs. Kayo & Hoben got their stock of goods opened up last week. Mr. Bion Jolly and wife, Bewleyvillc, were visiting here this week. Mr. Godfrey Haswoll visited the World's Fair about a week ago. Ernest Henderson compromised his Bint against the railroad for $135. Mr. J. Allen. Dean, Owensboro, was horo last week attending Circuit Court. Pompoy Roberts, colored, has mado $150 this summer on watermelons alone. Send 5 cents and get a trial package of yeast. Sulzer's, CloverFleishman's port. Tho Democrats will put out a full ticket (or city ofliccs to bo fillod in November. We have the largest and finest winter BEWLEYVILLE. onions for sale on this market. W. B. Hardin. Come and seo my nice line of business Mr. James II. Gardner returned from suits, just the thing to wear on all occaLouisville lost week with a new stock of sions. Pretty enough for Sunday, good fall goods. enough for every day. Alsnnnico line The flying dutcliman has opened up of Ikjvh and youths suite. Ijirge stock of for business down on the old Taylor mens, womens and childrens shoes, of as good quality, I think as I ever handled property. The case of Mrs. Isahcllo Johnson in eastern goods. Much of it as good as against H L Newsom for damages was the best custom work. All at close cash rates. Don't due me down as it is all dismissed on demurrer. marked as low as it can be sold for cash. Men's clothing, for all sizes, see our I believe this is the truth, if you believe big stock. It will pay you to examine it come and buy, if not I am more than it. Sulzer's, Cloverport. willing for you to stuy away. Tho Commonwealth failed to make Bringyour eggs, butter, chickens, ducks out a caso against Win. De Witt for resist- turkeys, dried fruit, tallow, venl, calves, ing an officer at Hock Vale. Ac. Will give you all they are worth Miss Klla Smith went to Louisville last and no mote. Thursday. She will probably visit tho Largo opening of dry goods, notions, World's Fair before returning. etc, this week. Don't ask for credit Statement of Mr. It G. Hill, Attorney of Owensboro, and Mr. Zack Phelps, Louisville, were balances left unpaid sent out the first of W. N. Drury, each month. here attending court Monday Cnih Store. Judge T. It. McBeath and Mr. Robert E. Woods expect to start for the World's GUSTON. Fair the latter part of this week. Notick All persons knowing themselis visiting friends MlssSallie Clarki-oves indebted to mo will please como for in Hardinsburg ward and settle. W. W. Vessels. A. J. Thompson wen ton the McAuliffo The largest line of ladies wraps and excursion to the World's Fuir. cloaks in this county are now ready for Bro. Maddox preached last Sunday at your inspection at Sulzer's, Cloverport. Sandy Hill to a large and attcntivo audiDon't pass us with your country pro- ence. Mrs. Kate llawkiiiB, of near Sample, duce. We will take it all and give you 18 visiting her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Ben goods at bottom prices. W. B. Hardin. Mrs Kate L. Bennett, Irvington, was Hardaway. Mr. Joe Phillips, of Chicago, was on hero last week on business connected a visit to his relatives, Mr. G. M. Smith with the estate of her deceased husband. and family. Miss Linuio Haswell, Miss Lillie Coop Miss Kittie Chapel, Big Bend, has er, Miss Emma May and Miss Mary Dow been visiting friends nnd relatives at nier left for tho World's Fair last Sun Gubton and Hkron. day. Our clever and accommodating oper Oscar Logsdon was given twelvo ator, Mr. C. L. Williams, spent part of months ut hard labor in the county jail last week in Spottevillo with his mother this term for shooting into a railroad Miss Laura Smith accompanied by Mr, train. James Mattingly, Louisville, came homo It has paid others it will pay you on the 8th, the occasion being Miss to visit Sulzer's Mammoth Clothing Laura's birth day. House, at Cloverport, this fall for your Mr. It. J. Patteson presented the Gus-to- n clothing. hotel with the largest sweet potato Mr. Jeeso Keys confessed in three of the season (yet heard of) It weighed cases against him for selling liquor to a eight pounds. Mrs. II. J. Lewis, Jr., ami little son minor and judgment went against him Kendrick, of Louisville, returned home accordingly. Go down to bco Sulzer's big stock of last week after several days visit to her clothing and fall goods. The only house cousin, Mrs 0. 0. Smith. On tho night of thoDtii inst., Mr. Gabo in the county that buys everything the Meador, of Big Spring, mot with tho sad furmer raises. accident of losing his barn and four M. D. Pumphrey, Jr., of West View horses which were burned. lias shipped a number of barrels of Mrs. Fannie Campbell, wife of the apples to Louisville this season and reRev. Campbell, of llussellville, is on a ceived a fine price for them. visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Mr. George Baker, sheriff of Hancock, Cain, of near Bewleyvillo. and Mr. Thomas Baker wife and chilBro. G. 0. Overstreet will begin a prodren, of Flora Hancock county, wcro tracted met ting at this place next Sunhere last week visiting Dr. J. T. Baker. day and will probably be assisted by The indictments against Fisher Park- Itev. Joseph Hopper, of Perryvillo. er, George W. Mattingly, Pete Sherran, A moug those who attended the World's Jim Cox and E. Khodcs for disposing of Fair last week trom Big Spring Were property by lottery wens all dismissed. Mrs. Gubc Meador, Miss Daisy Meador, Our .Mr. llunchu is at our storo eyery Miss Alliiino Jones nnd Mr. Fred Meador. Friday. If you want a suit made to orThe most of the Meade county Domo-cin'- s der, call and leave your order and have who were tho sorest over Richard your measuro taken. Sulzer's, Cloversou's defeat are coming in "caso" and port. aro as all good Democrats bhould bo for Hey. Mr. Breeding preached his first tho nominee Jack Gross. sermon at the M. K. Church South last If one wants to secure a bargain in dry Sunday. There was a good congregation goods now is tho time to visit the Ospresent and tho new minister made a borne & Co., stock of goods that is being good impression. closed out at less than cost price by Mr. Tho trial of the case of L. D. Addison J. II. Thompson clerk for Thos. Hamilagainst Mr. Hafloy in tho Circuit Court ton assignee. for damages to his properly from operatA drummer remarked in our town not ing a rock quarry, resulted in a verdict long since that it was a fact, strange to for tho plaintiff for $105 damages. say, r ho saloon business lias not been very sale that times were easier ona the wholemen in the city during short crop profitable in this town during the pnst year than they aro with a full yield crop, year judging from tho way a man talked but said ho could not explain why it tho other day who has been in tho busiwas. ness. Ho said he didn't care a fig if Some peoplo carry for "gijod luck" the local option did go into effect, that ho left hind foot of u rabbit, but thu latest had barely made expenses no how dur- is a coon's foot, from an animal that was ing the past year. killed within fiftv feet of the tree on John Alexander, Win. Hawkins and which ''John Brown's body" was hung near "Harper's Ferry" Virginia. Mr. W. II. Elder were appointed Jury Comal in Taylor carries the aforementioned missioners at this term, to select a list of foot and with it accompanies "good names and draw tho grand und petit luck" for ho surely "does" the boys in n juries for thu next term of Court Judge Iioiho Bwap, which is his profession. McBeath followed the old law on the Ono of tho slickest tricks was eric subject the appliances for carrying out trated on tho Louisvlllo Jockey Club grounds on last Wednesday afternoon by tho now law not having arrived. a lot of shrewd race course people in tho Johnny Hoben said last Monday that way of "Ringing" a horse in a race undor ho was too busy to write a new ad for tho assumed name of "Little Dan" (who tlls week. Just say to tho people that was supposed to bo none other than tha Thoy easily I'm having a good trade which indicates fatuous raco horse Tanner),ducks had to won tho race but the slick that I have the goods and at right prices leave tho city chased by the race course officials. or they wouldn't buy them so freely. iN Licensed to marry, John Win. Millor to Miss Lusettie Hendrick Albert II Newman to Miss Mary E. Washington ; Italph Lucas to Miss Fannie Lorn Dunn ; J. B. Glasscock to Miss Vittlo B. Butler; Thomas W. Marlow to Miss Annio May Fulls, Win. II. Dooley to Miss LouIh.1 Itobards. Democrats met at tho court house last Friday night for tho purpose of selecting candidates for tho city ofliccs to bo filled in November. There "was ogood crowd out showing a pretty lively interest In Dr. Milton Board was tho proceedings. called to tha chair and Jesse Whltworth was chosen secretary. The object of the meeting being stated, nominations were in order. Tho name of Mr. Will Hook was placed in nomination for police judge and Mr. Hook secured the prize without any serious opposition. The position Is an honorable and lucrative one and Mr. Hook may feel complimented if he gets there on tho filial home stretch. The next nomination was that for the office of city marshal. Tho name of O. D. Brown, the present incumbent, and that of Mr Gerald were presented to the meeting. Mr. Brown was the favorite of n majority of the Democrats present and tho nomination for city marshal was given him. Mr. Gerald, however, showed up with a number of backers and it was thought' that if he had taken the thing in timo Hint he might havo worried Brown for tho nomination more than he did The nominations for councilmeu were mado without opposition and aru as follows: J. It. Johnson, D. II. Severs, Piof. Shacklett, Stuart DeJernett and Simon McGury. Tho meeting then adjourned. There was a good feeling among all those present and it is believed tho ticket as mido up will go through. BRANDENBURG. Mr. II. T. Hayncs has genu to Mont-polle- r, McDANIELS. Mr. Chits. Jnrbou was in Ixmisvillo lat week. , Rev. B. A. Cundiffhns returned from Elkton. Mr. Bob Parboil was at Cave Splng Sunday. Mr. Horace Hunter was in Leltchfleld '' last week. Mr. Plummcr Glascock and wife are on tho sick list. Mrs. Harrol Is visiting her son, Mr. if QPtOCKiCKHHMHeraOG Iud., to drill. Mrs. Bland accompanied Mr. Bland to Lexington 'nnd had a delightful trip. Miss Agnes Mnlin is established in Louisville wooing the God Orpheus. Miss Montgomery, Amsterdam, Ind., was a guest of Miss Pearl Ditto's last week. Charley Beanl was in towu last week, but will go to Louisville this week on business. Mr. Geo. Ycakel was greatly as much charmed with mighty Chicago as the Fair exhibit. Bro. Cherry preached last Sunday and made a most favorable impression upon tho congregation, Mrs. J. W. Richardson and MUs Jennie Hardin will leave for Holt Thursday, to visit Mrs. Virgil Hardin. Miss Nellie Lewis chaperoned n merry crowd of children in a , rnuiblo in the woods last Sabbath afternoon. Levy Court was in session three days. e A coltago will be built on tho farm for tho reception of paupers. Mrs. Jitnmic Ditto was quite ill on last Sunday. Dr. Wells gave tho closest medical attention and she is now better. Tho Court of Claims allowed poor Uncle Billy Miller forty dollars. He is a worthy object of charity and honesty itself. Hon. Chos, Blanford was here last Thursday, not many Republicans ho met, but they aru our very nicest citizens and good men. Misses Mattio Willett, Peggy Ditto and Mr. Richard Willett, with quite a party had u gay jaunt last Saturday in search of wild grapes. ''Good breeding is tho result of nature, not of education." What is it but a regard for tho feelings of others, the absence of selfishness. Hugh Ditto was robbed of his pocket book ut the World's Fair one day hwt week. His father, Mr. J. K. Djto telephoned him n check. Mrs. Ephralm Wimp is in Owensboro to see her daughters, Mrs. R. 11. Brashcar Congratulations to and Miss Pearl. ' Chris, in tho bicycle race. Mrs. J W. Richardson went to Louisville last Wednesday, unlike Mrs. John Jacob Astor, she takes delight in shopping and is an fait in the art. Mrs. John Frokes is enjoying herself at her old home m Breckenridge county. Sho was nt one timo the popular correspondent from Bewleyvillo to this paper. Wo are all hoping Stuart R. Young and Will Grinucll will not be so indiscret ns to kiss the "Blarney Stone," but instead will sit in tho "Wishing Chuir" in t)io Irish village. Little Virginia Ditto is better. Ed. Doling is improving rapidly Dick Ditto is coming along 0. K. Theso bracing October days will tone up systems and n fnw nipping frosts will scatter malaria. I'm always an enthusiast over home, state, or country victories, hence I'm rejoicing over tho fact that the yacht, Vigilant, has beaten the English boat, Valkyrie, and the cup is still in tho land where tho stars nnd stripes float. Miss Babsett, of Wolf Creek," was ad judged a lunatic fii the County court last Saturday and sent to tho asylum. Our sherifl, Mr. Win. Rhodes took her, nc companled by his daughter, Misses Lillie and Vlryie Rhodes I've seen tho photo of my young friend She has a purely Proc. Malin's wife. Grecian contour, nnd is said to be lovely in character and disposition. Mrs. S. C Malin stopped over six hours at Mt Sterling to see her son, Rob. All branches of commorco are picking up. No use to bo "bluo, the general outlook is encouraging and prosperity is approaching as the leaves are turning, and ere nature dies, business wih Jitc resumed its natural channel. "Nothing buccoi ds like succcsss. "Success is man's God." Chicago is set on n pinnacle now and New York and St. Louis, her sworn enemies at first, are ready to pay her homage forcujrying out tho grandest enterprise wo shall ever see. I am aware that not being accustomed to one's handwriting makes n difference in putting up letters for publication. John Powell has printed so many of my communications ho reads them at a glanco. I know too, I write very rapidly, hurriedly, all too often, but please Mr. Compositor don't make me spell wrong or miss use words. I excuse you .reely, but my last letter was fearful. I couldn't be the child of my dear father and not havo a horror of incorrect orthography. My letters nre usually beautifully &t Up. Tho attention now paid to tho subject of feminine physical cultivation and de velopment, has become a feature peculiar to tho thought nnd idea of the time's in this country, and is quite tho fad with our girls in largo Seminaries and Academics. "A sound body is essential to a sound mind" and to participate in athletic sports, enhances beauty of complexion and preserves various charms of person. Thirty yeais ago, suppose wo had rode bicycles, rowed boats, swam, engaged in out door sports as girls of. the present day. It is a greal and happy change and will have consequences of tho highest valuo to our sex. poor-hous- VEST'S 1 John Mr. Moore. ton Glascock has purchased Dr. F J SHOES Fit Well Wear Well Look Well i r McMullln's cart, Mr. Mat Jarboc, of Glendcane, was hero Friday night, Mr. John Mercer is in Hardinsburg this week on tho jury. Mr. Joe Glascock and wife attended services at Cavo Spring Sunday. Mr. Bill Hunter nnd family were at Mr. Horaco Hunters this week. Mrs. Jim Glascock is at Long Grove visiting her mother, Mrs. Rogers. Mr. Wm. McDonald has had several hard chills and is still quite sick. ' Kenny, Httlo son of Mr. Jim Carwile has been suffering with his lungs. Mr. Anderson, who has been quite low with Typhoid fever is some better. Mr. Coko was compelled to bo in Hardinsburg Monday, so wo had no school. Mr. Chas Jurboo is now receiving now goods daily and has sonio very nice ones. Mrs. 11. Crilchlow, who has been quite sick for the past six wctks, is slowly improving. Messrs. D. Coke, Bob Parsons and Will Larnpton wero in Hardinsburg Monday'! Miss "Cretin" Cannon, who has been quito sick for some time is still confined to her bed. . Mrs. B. A. Cundiff accompanied Bro. Cundiffto Cavo Spring .Nilurday return- 1 ii M iuv . X 8 S V . Rb3 SsBSSS sJ Sec our Novelties in Gmildrrn's Oaps fa. 3- -. IN - fip54S- SS SSSJ 0 ing Monday. , Mr. II. Roberts, of Hnrned, was hero Saturday evening calling on a pretty littlo blonde. Mrs. Woods, of Way no county, is at West View visiting her nephew, Mr. Sam Hennlger. Mr. Harrison Henninger .nnd wilo havo returned from a visit to friends in Way no county. Mr. Allison Glascock is slowly improving but Iiis father and two of tho children are now sick. Miss Katie Glascock camo homo from her school Friday afternoon nnd visited at Mr. Lon Glascock's Mr. Joe Parsons and family were at Mr. Hunter's Saturday. Mr. Parsons was having some lumber sawed. Messrs. Fred Fraizu, Frank Compton nnd J. Nick Mercer attended tho Daviess county fair last week. Brother Cundiff expects to begin his protracted meeting at Pleasant Hill the fourth Sunday in this month. Mr. Brown, of Hardinsburg, and his niece, Miss Brown, of Fordsvillo, wero at Cave Spring Sunday afternoon. Mr. Ed Gray, wife and baby, of Horned, were here Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Gray's mother, Mrs. Critchlow. Mr. Mat Jar boo cauio over from took a young lady to Cave Spring to church Sunday afternoon. Dr. Hart aud Mr. Jim Carwile are inclined to think tho street parade Thursday night equal to Forepaugh's show. The first quarterly meeting for McDan-iel- s circuit will lie held nt Antioch the first Saturday and Sunday in November. Mr. Ed McDonald, formerly of this place, but now of Chntanooga, Term., is here, visiting his father, Mr. Will McDonald. One of our prettiest young ladies wears a sweet smile since Mr. J. P. Haswell Jr., has recovered sufficiently to return home. Wo felt over so sorry for that young gentleman when ho returned home after a long absence and found his best girl away on a visit. Mr. Joe Glascock wentto Hardin county last Thursday to attend thu Smith chapel meeting while his wife remained at Mr. R. A. Glascocks. Dr. Mullin and Mr. Allison Glascock have their Oregon horses well trained, while Messrs. Cliff nnd Newt Bruce aro training Dr. Hart's horses. Old John no longer rules over Dr. Hart's yard keeping the neighbors out and the children in but is now the property of Mr. Albert Howard. Mr. Tom Frank and family and Misses Delia Hunter and Millie Fraizo went to Daviess county last week to visit friends and attend tho Owensboro fair. Miss Alma Hicks of Louisville, is in Caneyvlllo visiting friends nnd is expected hero in a few days to visit her father's family nnd other relatives Wo learned that one of Glendeane's most attractive gentleman is to remain hero in the store this winter and study medicine with Dr. R. L. McMullin. Miss M enys she left her hat at Mr. Lon Bradley's beeauso it was raining but wo aro inclined to think she is preparing for next summer's campaign. Glen-deanoa- xv ii Leather, i) M W Velvet and sss3 IK. ii ihr& es Cloth, TO VEST Mr. Joo T. Bradley went to Antioch Sunday. Mr. Bradley and Misses Mattio Glascock and Minnie Gnrnor wero to spend tho day with Mr. Emra Lampton. Tho shooting match draws quite a crowd hero every Saturday afternoon. Eyen some who will not indulge in tho gambling are willing to partake of the beef. Things were as they should be Saturday evening. Mr. Naco Coomes wore his usual smile and occupied his accustomed seat on the porch in front of tho post-ollice. Hunter, of this place, and Mr. Roberts of Harned, Miss Ilena Roberts, of Ham-cd- , and Mr. Bud Butler, of Cavo Spring. Wo w isli them a happy voyage throug h life. Reading the Rocky Run items, ono might think tho McDaniel's lost. Well, wo aro not inclined to be a "rover' nnd take in every thing in three counties so when we should be reporting to the Nkws wo nro miles away. Just after mailing my last letter wo started with Mrs. B. A. Cundiffto visit friends in Hardin connty. As wo returned tho heavy rain prevented us fording Rough Creek so we remained nt Hardin Springs for a fow days and wero highly entertained in Mr. Jim Wnlker's pleasant home. We also had" t tho pleasuao of spending at Antioch with Mr. R. A. Glascock's family. corres-pondent.wono-nigh- Ono would have no causo to complain of poorly worked roads did all do their duty as well as Mr. I.awrenco Glascock does on the ono leading to Mr. Cap' Garners'. Committeeman For The Third Pre cinct CLovniii'oiiT, Ky , To the Depiocrats of tho Third Precinct, on account of tho absence of W. I. Ramsey your former committeeman and by recommendation of thu citizens of Bad precinct I hereby appoint F. N. D'Huy to act in his place. W.K Barnes, . Chairman. Heard. First Coon Say, who's ruiinlii for do Mayor's place. Second Coon Don up niggor, go over and as' Barry and Bob Pierce, do's a runnln' it. Miss Aliio Frank, a charming Louisville lady, who has been here visiting horsister, Mrs. John Mercer, returned home last week to the ngretof her numerous friends. M. Moore McDonald left lust Tuesday for I'aducah, Ky., where ho expects to accept a position in a store. Mr. McDonald will bo greatly missed especially in tho post oflico. Last Sunday afternoon wo tried to count tho Jarbocs as wo returned from Cavo Spring but finding what an impossibility wo shall say that tho majority of them were thore. Conference has closed aud Itev. Cun-dlfhas returned here for another year. As far as wo know the pastor and members aro well pleased with tho arrangements. Sols tho News. Ed. If you were to ask us to name tho happiest man in Brcckenridgo county, wo would bo inclined to say Mr. Tom Butler. His wife presented him with a fine boy baby tho 10th of this month. Two remarkable things happoned hero last Monday. A certain lady failed t,o visit her mother and Mr. Chbs. Jnrboo went home and cut enough wood to get supper without his wife having to call him. Tut us down with the Brandenburg correspondent "Want to go to the World's Fair, but can't." No one could bo found to chapurono a crowd and "Dame Gossip" said we must not go without one. At times we find soino rather amusing things in nowspapers, especially whon stoves aro changed to stones, Oregon horses to homes and Mercer to Mooro. Perhaps soma aro inclined to wish there wero mora Mercers. Lost. On the Hardinsburg and Leitch-fiel- d road between McDanlels and Antioch, a handsome polka dot ribbon sash, red satin on ono side on the other I changeable silk, red and golden brown The finder will bo rewarded by return ing it to Miss Leila CundilT, McDanlels, -Ky. " anar--&&&. Miss Lissie McDonald, who has been absent for tho past mouth visiting in Mrs. Anna Sutherland Owensboro, Henderson aud Calhouuand XaUunazoo, Mich., had spellings In the nock, or tho World's Fair, returned home Friday night to the delight of her many friends. yeaiT'cawuS Mr. Robertson, of Daviess county, brothgrel suffering. When the caught cold could not er of , Dr. Robertson formerly of this place-accompanied Miss McDonald walk two blocks without fainting. She took homo. Married, ut Cavo Spring Oct. 11th at And Is nowjreo from It all. Uho has urged 2 IV M. at tho residence of the brido's many others to take Hood's Sarsaparllkt and father, Mr. Forrest Butlor, Miss "Vito" tliey have also been cured. It will do ypu good. Butler to Mr. Itob't Glascock. Brother Cundiff was the cfllclent clergyman HOOD'S1 PllLq, Cur all Urn I1U, jaundlct, while tho attendants were Miee Ned itoaach, tick bsa&icbt, bUloiunftii, T Tax Payers. Tax Payers will take notice, six per cent will bo added from and after Nov. 1 18011. R. L. Nkwbom, City Tux Collector. indirection. mid stomach disorders, lake UllOWN H IKON HITTKllS. dealers kern St. N per bottle. Genuine has and crossed red lines on wrapper. All trauo-murj- A.Valuabla Farm for Sale. On Saturday, December nth, i&, the home-teu- d farm or the late M.J. Mercer, containing wo acres, situated In the Forks of Uouch.ln llreckenridge county, Ky., will be sold at public sale on the premises to the highest bidder, one-thi- rd or the price to be paid cash In hand, and the remainder to he paid In equal Installments, payablv in one and two years, the purchaser being required to execute bonds lor said deferred menu with good and sufliclcnt security earing six per tent, interest from date until' paid. Location of land, said tract ot land Is situated on the Lcilchrield nnd Hardlnsburir road, nine miles north of l.eitchlield,anr Is regarded as one prthc best farms In Ilreckenndge county. One hundred and sixty or seventy acres of the land arc cleared and under good fence and In a high state of cultivation. two-stor- y Description A lint-cla- n dwelling-hous- e, coutaining eleven rooms, is situated on the land, and a beautiful yard with handsome shade trees. There Is a never falling well in the yard of the best water.-- lias two good hams and all necessary out houses. An abundance of stock water all over the faun. I'ersons wanting a first-claMRn and a beautiful home will do well to be orl hand on day of sale. For furlhei particular address J. N. MKItCKIl, McDanlels, Ky, 1. C. II AMSF.v: Leltchfield, Ky.', or It. DOW MBltCKH, Duir.ky: FOR SALE. address One store house and lot In the city of Clover . null, on Wn itrrl .J nl.l... II ollice. A good business location. For terms FltANK DeUAVKN. ..iMiuwuijf, Jvy. If' Br. J. L, Moorman. v,' Op inDentist Resident l r i CLOVERPORT, KY. orilco wills Ur. J. T. Owen, Earn klndler Dental work aAllguaranteed. t3fS3L-c?HaVS$S&- Mi "MZuxsm, Una or HrldKe. done and satis-facti- Goitre 40 Years Hood's Sarsaparilla iwir Children like to tako "O. O. O. Certain Clilll Curo," tho pleasant ami Knarantecd euro for Povor, Aruo and tor than Qululuo. Malaria BetPrice 00 cts. Buy your fjhlrts from Babbago, Tho grand jury attachment of tho court throwed up the spongo last Batur. day. Their work will bo heard from ' later on, . aaast. BBssMMKssjBliSiliPMMMIW "' """ j " w ..v- - .. - .,,- -- mm ' t :'. " THE! BRRGKRNRIDGR NEXS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. . f r" wr.r f v 11 v, ri Fr"2 t H 7 The Iall LADIES' UNDERWEAR 0 To Meet Every Demand for Fall Apparel! MENS' UNDERWEAR, AND WE ARE HERE TOO, AND READY eaon Full line of Fleececl Cotton Non-irritatin- Is Here HOSIERY! HOSIERY!! We carry a full line of Heavy Cotton, Fleeced and Woolen Hose, from the cheapest to the Best Grades. If In all sizes, shapes and qualities Prices to suit all. i . t Under-wea- r, Union Suits, natural and white. Prices 50c, 75c, g $1.00 and up. We Can Sell You a Wrap ! & I 1 In this department we cannot be excelled. Our stock consists of a full line of Misses' and Children's Wraps, all the lateststyles, and at prices calculated to sell them fast. "Misses' and Ladies' Jackets; 'large sleeves and heavy material, all sizes from $1.50 up. Children's long Cloaks and Reefers the .trade. L v ) ei 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. Ml 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 stqck 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 We carry a complete assortment in Qray, 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. I E desire a special inspection of our stock. It is good. It is cheap. We know we can please yon. All we ask is thac you call and see it. We take pleasure in showing our goods and pleasing our customers, Blankets Blankets Son, W. H. Bowmer & GLOYRRPORT, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OCTODKI 18, 1893. K.Y. w CONSTANTINE., Farmers aro almost dono cutting tobacco. Farmers' are busy sowing wheat this week. Our school is progrcsiing nicely under tho excellent management of Prof. Hall. Prof. Hall is both a clever gentleman and an able instructor. Snpt. Miller visited our school Thursday. His talk to tho pupils was brief and to the point. Mr. Miller liko tho bed-buwill get thero just tho saino (in November.) Mr. F. Mercer has been repairing his house into which ho is expecting to move soon. Everything from tho wasp's nest In tho garret to tho rat liolo In tho cellar fell a victim to lima and water. Mr. George Hoyser, formerly of Evc-leighas located hero and will in a short timo onRngoMn tho merchantllo business. Mr. Hoyser is a hustler in tho business and wo aro glad to have him with us and also wish him success and happiness. Mr. George Hayes, of Itinoyvlllo, Hardin county, is hero selling out tho stock of goods of N. Hicks & Co. Georgo is a jolly fellow and always a word for tho boys and a smile for tho girls. ' h, List of Claims Allowed Breckenridge by the J. D. Fiscal Court, Beeler, lumber on road Joe M Mullen, Inquest on Joe 11 00 Cart-wrig- ht 0 00 October Term, 1893. AMOUNT AI.I.OWHU Static ov Kknti'ckv, I)RhCKKNBID(lE J.J. l&S' S.TEPHENSPORT. Mr. G. W. Payno is on tho sick list at fl,280. 13. present. S. II. Dix, of Hobert's Bottom, is very ill nt tliis writing: Mr. M. Blaln m thrown from n horse lost Friday giving him n lamo knee. Prof. Owen Cunningham was able to to resume his school again last Monday Miss AiTa Hanks was home Saturday and Sunday from her school at Itay-mon- ) Regular Oct. FlSClL COVKT. J Term, 18V3 d. Messrs. Mc Frymiro and Birt Cunningham, of Chonault, passed through our town Saturday. - . Mrs. Will Lcnnin, of Hardinsburg, is tho guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Iloland Smith. T)r. White returned last wi;ok from tho "World's Fair. On tlio road ho found plenty of "Mudd." , wife and littlo Mr. Jlewitt-IIawkin- s, daughter, Paulino, of Union Star, aro paying their relatives a visit hern. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Ferry, of Clover-por- t, aro at homo now witlrhor parents. We aro glad to have them in our midst again. Miss Georgia Hawkins was in Louisville last week purchasing her full hats. Call and see them before buying elsewhere. Mrs. Sarah Bruner, accompanied by Miss Lissio Cashman, of Union Star, bjxmjo day with Mrs. James Biggs, It U ordered by tlio court that the following jural be allowed and appropriated to the and for the purposes below named and tho sheriff Is ordered to pay tatne out of the levy of 1893, for which be ihall hare credit In hit lettlement, Joe D. Seven, work on Lick run bridge.? 75 00 7 02 Sam Dix, work and material o.i road . 2 00 Same three tlgn boards 4 50 II. II. Ilrumfleld, lumber for culverti. 2 60 S. J. Jolly, hauling on road Alf Adklns, lumber and work on bridge 213 33 W, II. Hanks, repairing culrerta . 1 50 Dr. David White, medical attention. 27 90 to Mat Hay V. II. Morgan, arrest and expense 7 45 Oscar Logidan ....... 41 75 M. Meyer, work nnd money on mad... 4 00 Same tor pauper ooflln, 4 0J Richard Davis, pauper coiua O. C. Martin, Inquest on body of per-10- m t: Severs, inquest on body of Infant Same 4 days brldgo commissioner Same nails on culvert.. Riley Dowel), Inquest on body of Jen nie Board T. J. Barger, witness one day , Robt. Ralior, witness one diy J. R. Barr, witness one day..... J. W. Jarrett, 4 days bridge com- - 0 00 0 00 35 T. L. Smith, sharpening tools W. S. Cart, services as D. S F. K.Rhodes, S. Jl. 0 Miller, DeJcruette Jc Co., road, tools, Jtc 35 21 00 13 00 1 fsxfssssH Tht rfrBpl tpprwiucQ er WAYNE'S ivitfcoal V.'-fh OINTMENT, WT Aa lr'tJcB1it iki& ilir. whiU and ataltW tlAJftllY. AM. Ut&ViBsT fe 17 45 J. D, Babbage, printing f 1 1 1 00 00 00 00 00 Addison A Dlok, road, tools. Ao J. M. Mattlngly. trusteo for Chas. 62 40 II 92 15 88 ur.tKMOiA.Hcn, win itrnruoai b th maaieinsL. u; lnUrnil IiM: rani Mb Srtf 5i Proorrcclly wicMy by I'liiiiplirey .V duce CotuintsKinu Merchants, ayiSicund St.,ttct. Main unci M.trktt, Louisville, Ky C ft. Bold df 0waii m ov! ruiMijaif f cl'U, or bf tttlt ih Weti. AddrM Dr. ah jour aruum wu, for mtsloner lUloy Dowel), sioner 1 ? Stewart T. L. Smith, trusteo for Wm. R. Smith M. Blaln, trustee for Robert Miller... J. W. Jarrett, trustee for Ray Futlen.. W. T. Cannon, trustee for Eira T. Carwlle Mary Squires, trustee Susan Askln.,... W. (I. Bandy, trustee for Wm. Perks . F. Fralio, trustee for Ellsa J. Mo- Manaway Llnle Bellwood, trustee for Tbos. Bellwood 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 100 25 Secrets of. LCUISVILLK. KY.. Cct. 17 I8B.1. Shippers should mark all packages ilalnly, addross. nlth shipper's name nnd ' llUTTEIl. 18 20 Choice, country post-ofll- Medium Common Creamery KQUS. T. IC 13 31 day bridge commis, - Dressmaking All the highly frized secrets of the dressmaker's art will be divulged in the series of articles on Fresh 1'OUIiTUY. Iiii III 1.59 75 J. W. Outhrlo, 3 joints tiling O. W. Beard, gooji, etoto paupers M. Board, desk (o sheriff oluco Tebe Bruner, returned county lovy on $1,800 C. C. Martin, one day brldgo com- liens per lb Spring Chickens, per lb Ducks per doten FEATIIEKS. Prime, white goose Mixed Old No. 1. duck 7 Qi) 8 2 00 Ov 2 75 3.1 2U (0J 43 98 4 00 .ICO Xi (ib 30 IS ($ 20 missioner W. D. Smith, 2 sign board V, K. Rhodes, S. 11, C, arrest, etc Ben Harris and L. Matthews. . W. Burton, balance on arrest, eto (. J, N. Snapp Chas. S, Jarboe, powder, fuse, eto J. II. l'ajrne, pauper coffin Dr. Milton Hoard, inodical attention to paupors J, R. Jarboe, poorhouse keeper W. B. Ilashnm, poll tax returned for O. W. Beard, commissioner to ex- amino Cloverport bridge James Crawford, same Dr. K. M. Henley, attention Erally Brown C. C.Stlth, medicine to same Beard A Beeler, medicine to paupers Witt A Meador goods and medicine to jail and poorhouse Taylor Beard, trusteo for Ueo. Car1891-9- 2 John Dowell John II. Meador, work and road 6 0b money on -- ,. , A strango incident took place tho otLor day at Hudson, a village two and a half of Constantino, miles south-wes- t in Win, N, Lyons, lumber on road Tbos N. Dyer, hauling for bridge and 25 00 6 70' 6 00 1 road : ( which two men wero badly hurt. Mr. Joo Drnne, tho merchant of Iludson and Mr. Franklin Armes, who resides near town wero in Mr. Draino's store, when something not agreeable took placo and n fight followed, in which Mr. Drano is b lid to have used a weight cutting Mr. SatTrreray. Armo's head badly. Doubtless they Wo aro sorry iudeed to hear of our both havo dreaded tho other for somo friend, Mr, Jas. Shollman, having two tlmo. What caused tho trouble wo havo moro of his family stricken with that not learned. dread diseaso, typhoid fever. A11 that honesty, experience nnd skill Quarterly meeting was hold at this do to produce n porfect pill, has been p!aco Saturday and Sunday, conducted can employed in making DoWitt's Littlo " by Presiding Elder Allen. Excellent Early Klsers. Tho result is a specific for sermons mid largo attendance. sieRJieadacho, bllliousness and constipaA. It. Fishor, Cloverport, and Among tho incidents of childhood that tion. our memory Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. 'Etand out in bold relief, as reverts to tho'dnya wbon wo wero young, none are moio prominent than severe Her One Objection. sickness, Tho young mothor vivh'ly jo Mrs. Rapsard Didn't 'you havo a girl membomtlmt it was Chnraborlains Cough to take caro of your dear littlo Fido? Itemedy1 cured her of croup, and in turn Mrs Lingurly Oh, yes. But I couldn't administers it to her own offspring ard get her to stay. nlwayg with tho best results. For salo by Mrs. Bapsard What was tho matter? A. It. Fishor, Cloverport, and Witt fc Mrs. Llngerly Sim didn't like it beMcadorIardlnsburg. cause wo kept a baby. Brooklyn Life. ,... Mrs, Mollle Brack, for timber Alf Allen, work on brldg D. W. Henry, road, tools, powder, Ac Geo. W, Burton, arrest, Ac. J, N, Sapp Jas, M. Hook, gcods, Ac, to Mrs. Albert Jarrett John Slaton, boarding Wo, Kelner while painting court house Win. Kelner, balance painting court bouse t ' 05 2 40 31 00 7 50 4 00 40 00 85 00 ter Dump Jolly, attention to Bailie Jollv Jabei Haynes, trustee for Kllsha Brown Drs. Kincheolo ic Board, amputa- Johr, R, Norton, trusteo for Swain 1 60 Norton 1 6U 0. P. Jolty, trusteo for Henry Rilly... , Same, trustee for Mary Mnsey 7 00 C. C. Martin, trustee for Wm. D. St, Clair 3 00 J. K. Monarch, clerk, fee bill 6 80 Jas. W, Miller, sup't of sohools 4 00 Dr. Milton Board, poor house commissioner 48 00 Milton Hoard, county nttorney 134 44 Tbos. Adklsson, county judgo. Same, making settlements with 6 00 sup't schools Joe M. Mullen, justice six dnys 6 Oo John W, Jarrett, justlco six days 5 00 J. J. Severs, justice six dayi... Riley Dowoll, Justice six dayr 6 00 Ooo. Harned, justlco six days..... 85 II. 0. Drano, justloe six days 14 40 Sara W, Parsons, justice stx day II. R. Dean, Juatlcoslr day 38 40 C. C. Martin, justice three days Ben T. Miller, justice fivo days 0 00 0. F. Black, justice Gvo days D. HambM injustice Ave days Home 20(0)25 UIOKS. 2'A 5 (ci) ft Dressmaking Green, pood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good , 25 WOOL. Hii' to appear In these columns. They teach how to cut, fit, and make all the difficult shapes of the day. Sbeei skins Tub-wash- M 7 80 25 (a) 2A 090 10 60 00 pl ?P Save Them. Qreaso, fine Qrotto, coarse Merino llurry and Cuts to-d- (a) 17 lit 12(a) 11 & $ ( 10 600 00 000 00 18 00 18 00 18 00 IB 00 18 00 18 00 18 00 18 01, HAY, OKAIN, FEKD. We quote prlcei on Louisville city wharf; OATS. No, 2 cats HAY. 10 50 11 1! 32 3d 13 00 Better(luinine. HUGHES' TONIC The Old Kellablc.Sure Cure for Strictly cholco Cholco No. 2 Good Medium flood lirlght Straw 00 0t 12 00 00 (ft 11 00 5 50 4 75 CORN. Choice whlto Choloe shelled $ ($ (Ju ii4 40 1 18.00 9 00 15 Of 16 00 15 00 CHILLS mist ROBINSON-PETTET FEVER. CO., Cloverport, Ky. POTATOES. '..- -I New drown per barrel 40 From storo 2o to 5o por bu higher. ONIONS. 50 Uon"t take ny Substitutes, J sizes, 50c. and l. lfor Sale by DruK(lt. Southern and Homo from store OAUliAOK. Per crate from store 11EANS. Michigan, hand picked . 2 00 to 2 10 1 25 to 2 25 80 to 2 10 to I 60 75 to 1 00 65 to 1 00 1 i00 Total sums allowed 31 53 $5,280 13 LOUISVILLE, KY. Kor Sale by Indiana Navy Common and colored A copy attest l A, It. I'ISIIIIII, Flat and mixed 1 5d Racbael Heston, help at poor house 100 00 Jas E. King, right of way right of way 100 00 Stephen Kennedy, j 00 Mary Lewis, 5 8i " Oscar Miller, , 15 00 " Robert Bpeneer, 2 00 " Letltla Green, " " 10 00 tf. K. Rhodes, ' 25 00 " J. L. Rhodes Mattle and Lucretla Cannon right of ,, SO 00 way.. ., 53 33 right of way Fred 1'rnlto mm ting dco, Douglas' arm. Mich Meyer, trustee for John Hibbs... O, E. Haiwoll, trustee for James M. Richardson A. A. Richardson, trustee for Tbos. Simmon O. V Haswell, trustee'VoVMargaret 25 00 27 00 JOHN E. MONARCH, Clerk B. 0. C. Rates to the World's Fair. Call on agents of tho Louisvillo, St Louis &Texas Hallway beforo purchasing our tickets to Chicago. Direct connection made with all lines via Louisville. 3ood service and best of attention shown to passengers, flood to extra rhlpplng CATTLE. , Light shipping Heat llutcher Any Person That is troubled with constipation can get immediato nnd pormanont relief by using Dr. Hale's Household Tea. One doso a day at bed timo. 25 and 50c. packages at Short & Hayrics' drug storo. 1800 32 76 7 00 Davis... Jas Rhodes, W. D, Owen, Q. W. Carwlle, D. 0. Moorman V. B. Burton, ' - " " " " " ' " 40 00 " ouuu 110 0t 25 0J) 10 00 " " " J. H. Avltt, viewer on road one day " Wm. llarebBeld, W. I 00 1 00 Vest Jt Sons, Mattlngly A. Crawford, trustee for Btttte Huw kin y. Same, trustee for Addle Foote Alexander A-- File, trustee for Nancy Bramlett W. D. Often,' trustee for Jas, nnd Hannah Loyd F. A. Beavln, suveylng by order of .?..... Jas, trusteo for E. For further information, address II. O. MoitnuK, Asst. Gen. Toss. Agent, Louisvillo, Ky. Medium to good butchers HOflS. Choice packing and butchers,. ..... 6 6 . Fair to good.. 0 Hough ShoaU and pigs 100 lbs and under,3 flood to extra shipping Fair to good LAM 113. flood to extra spring. Fair to good 4 00 3 85 3 40 3 00 0 44 25 10 ft 3 65 325 6 70 65 15 (a) 6 65 5 M 6 75 00 (a) 3 25 SHEEP. 3 25 2 75" 1 10 (a) 2 50 0 25 00 15 00, Wheat in Christian County. Tlio , " L. Cleminons, I' " Meeting;, Specialists aro devoting much tlmo to D. N. Howard, Missionary " " tho study of tho Tobacco, Opium and Len Cashman, .There-- will bo a missionary meeting 1 1 " Chloride of W, II. Dutsohke, tlio Irvington Baptist church, Wednes- Drink Habit, but Hill's " , " Edgar Adklsson, Gold Tnblets are tho only remedy yet " ," day, Novsmbcr 1st, 1803. Kovb. W. K. T, N, McOIolMan, per" M, Itoyall illscovorod which works a speedy, " Crocker, D. W. Herring, F. W. U. Bandy. " " It manent cure. Using them, tho pationt Wm. Argabrlght, and T. U Blolock will bo present. can continue his practices until gradually R. W, Owen, bal. on bridge contract... will bo their farewell meeting with this and of his own accord, lie loses (ho do- - W. J. Dtan, Jr, limber on publlo road church boforo sailing for 0ina. There Bession Biro and finds himself free from tho fet- J. 0. Durch, 3 illls for bridge ill be a morning and afternoon A.. Wo ters of this terrible curso. Ask your Cbss, It. Miller, D. S and all aro invited to bo present. local druggist for II ill's Chlorido of Gold Jlles Parker, attention to privy and expect several other ministers beside , court yard Tablets and take no other. HBliain,- 100 1 00 1 00 court B. V. Beard A Co., road tools,1 'desk , In judges oOlco 1 1 00 00 00 00 00 00 1 John Slaton.Jaller Mtcajah Bobbins, trusteo or Louis Bobbin Z..'. 1 1 John 1 17 19 3 15 (0 14 00 25 tWo to be with us. 20 00 I Mcdavock, repairs Honey Locust bridge D. Ilambleton, Injiuest on- - Louis Llghtfoot Chas Tlnlus, lumber on Bull icTown creek bridges ..,. Jas S, Tlnlus, liauljng timber, lura- , ber, Ac, 11 Uopkinsvillo Kcutucklan says; skeptical tlint " C. C. C. Certain threshing has been in order dur- Cough' Curo" Is tlio greatest 6 0,0 remedy extant for tlio euro s of ing tho past week and fully of jLuGripno, Croup, CoukIin, 00 40 tho crop has been knocked out. Tlio Colds, tVo. yield is generally satisfactory and tho 18 00 condition excellent, somo w6ighlng 04 pounds to tho measured bushol. Much 11 75 of tho crop has been sold and dcliv.orcd nt prices ranging from 10 to 55 cents. 21 19 Some buyers storing their purchases, be- 615 75 lieviug that tlieru will 4ja a heavy in prico by Octobur 1. Tlioro is . 30 t0 certainly no rospost of tho prico be comipg lower," four-fifth1 A trlnl will convince tlio most i 50 4 75 2 50 0 4 00 CLOVKRPOUT RETAIL MARKET. WEEKLY. CUKaKCTKU Apples, per peck ,.., Uutter, per pound Cheese, per pound Cucumbers, per doten.... ,...,.. 15 25 00 t 00 9 00 3 00 If you can nflu'rd to bo onnoyed by sick hoAdacho nnd constipation, don't uso DoWitt's Littlo Early Jtisors for those littlo pills will euro them. A. It. Fishor, Cloverport, nnd Vltt & Meador, Hardinsburg. 5 , Cabbage, per head,.. 2n(25 Chickens, each 5tKU(l, Corn, per bushel 9(irtn itnniffl Mi,t. .........,,, H,.vy..-- , , vuv....,,,..... 12 Jfo. Egfts, per doien 20 o. Now potatoes, tier peck J.....', .' Onions, per pccK 20' c, 20; C. String beans, per peck ...... ...,12)($2Uo. Spring ehlckens, each ,.. 60. e. ,..,'., Wheat, tier bushel 101 Roasting ears, per duten K i.. ...;.,.'.... Tomatns. tier dot,,,,'. Ewoet Potatoes to. r peck 5 1'rled lleans ..,..,....,,...., ,..,', 6 Dried Peaches,,, i ,...,i.., 5' ..;,,...- ., D.led Applet CO Grceu Applos. per bushul;.... ,.. ,!.U20 10 020 uv, ....-(...,...- , 0 .,.. . l '( O', Si v' THR BRROKENRIDGR-NEW- S, Latest U. S. Gov't Perot t. GLOVRRPORT, KY. ing upon her, nnd llio latter lady wns responding that site would takoplensnrdin being nt home in nntidp.itiou of thnt gratifj Ing event. And eo feminino vnn-it- y OVAIIANTLF. A REUEUnCD WKand Invito tlio CtlKV ' most nCrnCmDCn was flattered on tho ono hand nnd tho s m csroful lnvedtlRntlon ns tnnur rcgponalbll W S mnnly breast, disquieted fotromodnysto Ity and tho morlts of our Tablets. jjy conic on the Othi i ly Micro iare oppor& uy. ttOWAfD READ OUR tunities for visltln;;, the dtarlh of oorffliOHTiD, fait, ar o. ArrLtroM Co. pukobhid TESTIMONIALS upon tho i rentier rendering Will complotolydpstroy thodoslrn forTOHACCO In from Stan days. Piorfpetlv lmriii. young manhood prncllcally defenseless. Ibm; CAtiiinoiilckiies,Bitdninylealvin luncuiiortunorcolTrnwItliot edgo of tho potlout, wlio will voluntarily slop suioklugor chewing In i few dnya, And 'to facilitate ihi i ilaiiiroiia Btato of Iii oil or tlicso intorcstiiif,' particulars thiiigs the event c.f tl.o Lhll ti proaehed, tho elder Dallas manifested a keen BRUNKEKNmDu 'MORPHINE HABIT nt which innutc and tin dance thoso deexhibiting ft skill in horsemanship tno patient, by tho uso of our SPECIAL rORMULA fJOLD CURI3 TABLETS. stroyers of philosophy wero to finish that those who wcro familiar with his mo ireo imo or i.lqnor or Morjjuriud A FEW mutters mid put tlio cOnp do' grace to phine until Mich time as they shall voluntarily rIto them up. nsniil rheumatic modo of progression Wo sond particulars mid pauiphlnt of testimonials f rco, mid shall S-could scarcely credit, ilo brought homo tho general ififatiiatlon. ' Testimonials uugiBUHiii BunartTHinmi anyoi iuoho inxDHSin cotnnmiilua- Through tho TOicsight of Brqco nd with him to dinner at odd times certain uuuwiiu porsona wiioiiavouucnouruu uy tnousoor our tablets, s from poraons know, from thct thar high steppln, but nnd tho existmcii "of "dumb oger" tho Kcmochaii, the l)est room in tho Half HILL'S TABLETS nro for solo by all of tho ''likeliest," of his companions KKini.au I S I .on tier lmckace, largo limbed, deep chested sons of tho you war jwsin fur tho stony hearted Inference Ulng that his lovely daughter Wny Ilbu&f) had llfen engaged in adwho havo boon not lcwii Ihnm. nnrlnan tia 02 I.OO if yourdruuol forn was Buffering from tho maladies of a nnd wo will send you, by return mail apackngaof our vanco for Knto and Edith. For themthem to his charm-In- g princess thct refuses tho jwor but deserv-iTnblnts curod by tho uso of young man in the play." ward Bering, until ono day Mr. Jerrold selves tho gentlemen accepted with good daughter with a paternal flourishand url3. jjfoBi'Viamo nnd nddrcss plainly, nnd state To all this ingenious badinage' Miss surprised the old man with this query: whether "TableU nro for Tobacco, Jlorphl ii a or hopeful manner that gavo placo to it humor Buch prinlltivo quarters' ns opporUqiforiTablt. "Yo don't icckon, then, thet tho visit tunity nfforded. On tho morning of tho Dallas preserved an attitudo of disdainmystified wondor when ho noted tho apDO NOT BO DECEIVED Into purchasing athy of Cynthia's grcoting. Ho had an- ful reticence, but sho was manifestly of thet thar Henry Bruco hez hod any-thi- n evcntfnl'day they drovo down to San Tim Onto Chemical Co.i l.J Wl VUU Till IUWS llUBirillllll Hint urn IICHIII offered for salo. Ask for HTT.T.a DBAlt flllt! I linvn lirnn imlnrr nimr to do with this yer change? It's my Marcus iri rfllght conveyance', fdriching ticipated no 'email degree of grutltudo unhappy and ill at case. That joyous, euro for tobacco habit, nnd found It would x4.jtXjjJU.trJ nnu tauonootuer. opinion thet'j what's dopo it." light hearted gayety which onco tho littlo hostelry in timo for dinner. tho1 opportunity thus afforded of dis for do what you claim for it, I used ten cents Manufactured only by her had taken wings. Sho' sang "Why, hewn' n't hero nidro'n two days Hero they registered, in'tho small blank worth of thostronacstchewlnir tobacco u dnv. playing her fascinations and had con nnd lrom ono to five clirars: or 1 ould smoko at tho furthest," remonstrated tho fa- book which answered for tho usual hotel Tins gratul&tcd himself in advanco upon tho no more, where onco her glad volco chalfrom ten to forty nines of tobacco. IIau chewrd lenged tho mocking bird. Sho was as ther, staring at his questioner. years, and two puckuges register,' and Miss 'Stafford noted with and smoked lor twenty-dvbavoo she would accomplish in a comOHIO CHEMICAL CO,, your Tablets cured mopol havo no dislre for It. of 'Thet's nil right," returned Jerrold Bomo merriment that nn entry mado by munity whero tho very scarcity of tho capricious ui an April day. Peevish and 1J. M. JAVLOllD, Leslie, Mich. ut it don't tnko any Phil Kcrnochan on' Christmas- day, two 61,83 ft SB Open Block, fair box makes their advances irresisti- fretful with her father for tho most part, meditatlvelj . Donns FEiutr. N. Y. great length of llino with tho proper lcr-so- years previous, occurred only four pages thero wero intervals of sudden tenderTnn Onto CneMiCAL Co.: Gentlemen: Somo timo tiro I sent ble. LIMA, OHIO. 00 worth of vour Tablets forTobacco Habit. I received for HlTht. Lean told thar's been cases back. Hero (hat lady's patrician nostrils ness when sho overwhelmed him with I'vo mwl .H linn o wns lint Ii nil. iiwanifibnrnnf! li marrtr tlinm nil But all tbeso air castles of tho elder kisses and caresses. Possibly at such whero it was only n word or a look thet wero saluted with tho odor of keroseno they did tlio work In less than threo dnvs. I nm cured. FAnTlCULAIia Dallas were doomed to speedy overTruly yours, MATHfiW J01INS0N, V. O. Box ti. throw. To ono und all Cynlhiu'prescrved momonts n certain absent individual was dono tho biz'ness. Purvidcd thet's tho nnd frontier cookery, and after enduring PiTTsnunoii. PA. FREE. Tnr. Onto CnF.utCAL Co.: Gentlemen: It elves mo pleasure to sneak a a consistent attitudo of 'calm indiffer-onc- over present to her fancy whoso namo sho truo Btato of tlioca30,v he added, stretchi- tho ntuffy atmosphere and 'rheumatic never suffered to pass her lips. Philoso- ng" his lingo' limbs 'awkwardly, whilo a iipiibliitmmits bf her bedroom bIio came word of nralso for vour Tablets, ilv son w as stronclr addicted totbuusoof & Tho meal progressed In gravo sillauor.and throuah n friend. 1 wus led to try your Tublcts. Ho wns u heavy and lence. Tho infrequent conversation had phers aver that iu matters of tho heart weary look crept nnddenly into his eyes, down tb dinner with nn amusement very' constant drinker, but uftcr using your Tablets but threo days honultdrinklng, will not touch liquor of any kind. I havo waited four month Oof ore writing no lighter topic than tho incidents of tho thero is a species of cold comfort in thus "purvidcd thet's it, nnd ho proves him- similar to that with which luxurious truly, i order to know tho euro wus permanent. Yours JU1EH. lavishing tho affections by proxy. self to lx a lottor man iiur I am, Cynthy people, enter upon tho enjoyment of a roundup, and when at its clofao tho HELEN MORRISON. During this unsatisfactory period Cyn- iiuibt (M.o her ch'ice. I hevn't got lioth-i- n picnic. PrwriMuirt fliirfv Alcides suggested: "Yo might TllR Onto CnruiCAL Co : Okntlkmkn Your Tablets havo TMrformrKl amlrado In mv caao. nfj'in him. IIo'u it cqtiaro sort of chap, thia's treatment of Mr. Buck Jerrold Doubtlcssby tho timo alio had bring out yer b'.njo and shako it up I havn UHLfl muriihlno. livrwxlonnlciillr. for nnvr.n vram. find havo beeirTurMl liv thnnnnof thls'reniarkablo meul, eaten nniid tvro packages of our Tableu, and without any effort on my part. W. h. LUTEGAV. for tho boys' a llttlo. Show 'em jes' was most remarkable. This gentleman nnd n man cz ii il man can Btitnd boin .AdctreHS nil Ordora to natch'ally what a stunner yo aro at had lieeii wont to 'Uslt her often, to pass bent by n slraiglitforr.il d feller who is promiscuous fcocioty nnd ivorseercd by hours iu her society, to sit quietly by her better fixed and better favored." tho officious proprietor who kept up a pickin it," this accomplished performI Then camo u letter from Henry Bruce running firo of cofivdraaliOn with tho ACENTS WANTED er replied with an excuso or instant- (tide silent nnd thoughtful, smoking his terms, myrmidon j of tho kitchen through nlong noting her every word or acto Cynthia, couched in delicato 01, 03 and 00 Opera Block. LIMA, OHIO. ly escaped to tho seclusion of her own pipo und (In writing plcmo mention this paper ) littlo room, whereupon tho embarrassed tion with nrovcrciicouud admtrntion that wheuin ho expressed regret thnt ho wni slit in the wnitibcot, und dealt his plates cowmen wero compelled toendnro an was littlo short of worship. Formeily unable to act us her escort to tho coming and appetizing dishes over tho heads of onslaught upon tho Violin that should Miss Dallas had permit ted this oppress! vo ball at San Marciw, but that courtesy his guests with great recklessness and havo caused tho embowering live oaks to homago as if hers by a secies of divino necessitated that hu (should accompany liberality tho novelty of Texau hotel righf, had laughed and chatted with him Miss Stafford. Cynthia perused; 'this lifo began to' pall somewhat ni6n tho ROCK NALE. riso and mutiny. pleasantly, accepted his little gifts and missivo calmly, wept over it in private young lady. folBut Cynthia went her way nnd I cannot Hay1 that Edith's nppctito wns lowed tho dictates of her singular humor. keepsakes gratefully, Kent him upon her nnd then nctcd with tho pcrverseness of Tlio health of our coiriinnnity la nood. errands with the air of conferring a fa- womankind. Sho did not chango her at- improved' either by tlfo panoramic viow Aulus and tho fawn usually accompa:Mr. J. II. Dunces and wifoaro Usitiiur -- : many fascinations titude townrd tho deserving Mr. Jerrold, of hotel cookery tho wainscot afforded, nied her in these lonely wanderings. vor and oxerted her in n way known only to tho sox. but sho Rat dowuiind ihditcd a long epis-tl-o or by tho gentleman opjidsite, who nto the i'orld'fe Fair. Sometimes her listless footsteps sought to thd neglectful und dangerous Cap- molasses on his pie and supplied n vory All this had been most agreeable to Mr. Mnrlln Skapgs lias removed from tho piny shelter of her bower, whero, swinging in her littlo hammock, sho Jerrold. With evident satisfaction ho tain Toiaker, in which sho reproached wide mouth Vith a cry large knifo, our inlilftt. We miss our genial old basked in tho sunshine of her favor. But that gentleman for bin long absence from nnd a general suggestion that tlio unnatpawed long hours steeped in tho nromat-i- c ' friend. odors of tho woods, watching tho soft a change caino suddenly about. With lier side, represented herself as languish- ural bIzo of this nicrturo was duo to. the Will havo to admit it if thoy will visit oup storo and see 'ho imMr. Dewecs id having his rraidenco play of sunlight iri tho boughs above, tho adeut of tho spring roundups camo ing from lack of his attentions and in- hazard attending tho exieriment. How-be.i- t, more frequent visits on tho part of that quired if ho could sparo timo from his mense stock of Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes marked at tho tho meal was endured, und perhaps improved nnd enlargetl. her fancy captivo and her thoughts adrcam. What secret sho whispered in gentleman and a strango waywardness engrossing military duties to take her to in dread of dysieptic retribution Miss Mr. Kalph and nlfe, of Ohio county, roasonahlo 'Stafford iiroposed to Henry Bruco 'to have moved Intoour village. Wuextend tho car of tho sagacious hound that lay in Cynthia's reception. Sho greeted him tho coming festh ity. And Captain Foraker, vain, critical tako her fop a short stroll through tho at her feet, with his dovoted eyes fixed with maiked embarrassment and reand complacent, read this letter care- town. To this tho gentleman readily them a warm welcome. ever upon her faco, what thoughts of straint. Tho former silence of his manfully over his after dinner cigar, simled assented, und passing tho long line of Dr. Dcmnt r nnd littlo i6u Paul were hers in ly havo been detected by tho ner was now eclipsed by her own tacisuperciliously, udjustcd his ofllcer'H cap vicious nnd kicking saddle horses toth-cre- d highly pleased with their visit to the ontelojw that drowsed away tho long turnity. Jerrold was often astounded at his elo- rakishly over his distracting curls, and iu front of tho hotel they joined big Fair. "There's nothing like it" was hours tints consecrated to her woodland IT BEATS THE roverics, havo never been divulged by quence in his efforts to entertain her, mounting his horso rodo over from tho tho auimutdd procession of strollers' that the verdict of all their party. these most worthy confidants. And if but C uthl.i was ut all times absent and post und passed tho afternoon with Cyn- idled through tho main street of San Our school in succeeding veil with Marcus. tho grave pines that bent so reverently distraught, und appeared to bo haunted thia. That ho was received with n cordialI leave to tho imagination how much much ink rest eunced by both, tutelar about their littlo devotoo divined aught by n nervous dread that Mr. Jerrold of her disquietude, thoy only grew the was about to say something which it ity ho had no reason nor right to uxiect; attention the fair northerner attracted and pupils. The olio wing shows the graver for tho kuowledgo and dropped a would givo her great pain to hear. Upon that Cynthia flirted with him desjwruto-l- y what admiring glances from under broad general average acquired by tlio! riupils IEVERY DEPARTMENT CHUCKED FULL ! and in a manner calculated to strike roinbreroi wero cast after her erect fig- at the flrut tho slightest pretext sho would cscapo cono now and then in their still depths quarterly examination, held him and bury herself amid the solitudes despair into tho heart of Buck Jerrold, ure and graceful carriage, and with RTICLE MARKED DOWN ! a w oodland toar of sympathy. And at Sept. 30 ; Nannie Fisher, 1)0 ; Lizzie 86TEVERY such moments tho river far below lifted of tho by m pathetic pines. Hero that und that tho irato Alcides was moved what envious whisiers of detraction the Fisher, 90; Ida Howard, 05; Iira It will pay any one to como in, just to see if thoy can't buy. a soft consolatory murmur that stolo strango trouble which made her heart Boveral times iu tho course of thnt event- - belles of tho village remarked the 89 Sallie demons, 00; Ethel Como eorly as you can to avoid tho rush'. ache would occasionally overflow her ,ful afternoon to catt' longing glance; in of lier fashionable walking dress. upon her silent musing. I For I fear our littlo Cynthia was but ejes, and thero wero tears shed in tho tho direction of tho ''Stleiifc Mary" tnay But I'fhust mention ono'li'icident of this rJohLor, 02; Tilda McCarty, 01; Levy learning tho story which, if wo aro to dim woods as little bidden au understood "bo rendily ImngincP'by1 tho reader who afternoon walk. They had reached 'a Adcox, 09; Pearl Peuiberton, 98 ; Hirdio tears which tho pines bemoaned and lin8 remarked tho inconsistency of wom- point about half wny between the hotel Day, 03 ; Kobert Fisher, 00 ; Otto Conbelieve tho poota, tho vast panorama of nnd the river when u familiar voico naturo has been telling "since first tho the bluebirds and squirrels held sacred, an when dominated by pique. 9(1; Willie Adcoc, 1)5; Guylle HowBRANDENBURG, KY.Small wonder that Captain Foraker caused Bruce to raiso his eyes. Cynthia nor, flight of years began." A sudden lone- but which somehow brought tho balm promised to go to tho ball; that ho lis- stood before him, looking very pretty ard, 01 ; Paul Dempster, 80 ; Vernon relief to her who shed them. liness had como upon her in tho midst of of I do not think through it all that Miss tened cheerfully to Cynthia's plan to and engaging from tho becoming deptljH Conner, 89; Eslle Peniherton, 80; Dow-de- n her pastimes and occupations. Astrango Day, 84. Dallas was really conscious of being in visit Miss Bertha Maverick, tho fascinat- of n quaint poko bonnet. She wus voico whispered in her heart. Tho KMirl'milourtei.allormnclilgli culture la the lUkfli rUail. Art, UteraUre, txlcmn, Mlthraattlr. Claul. by an elderly man in tlio things which satisfied onco had lost their love, only in a general way that she was ing daughter of tho village blacksmith, el Mwlc I.o!AT10 MVALTllrCU All the talk iu the world will not concharm somehow; the tones of her banjo bereaved nnd disappointed. Tho occur- nnd agreed to call for her at that lady's dress of an officer. lie was nonchalantly Ac.iiofa. AtwtV wero harsh and discordant; the fawn had rences of tho prast fovv months had come homo on tho evening iu question, nnd puffing a cigar. Mit.a Bertha Maverick, vince jou so quickly as onu trial of less of grace; even her beloved Aulus to her in'tho nght of u revelation. Sho that ho rodo back to his quarters with n escorted by a cowman of athletic build Witch' Iliutel 'Salve for scalds, No serious casual i tics in Jackson Park wnr suddenly aware of tho cxistenco of self satisfied hiuilo ujxm his supercilious aud uwkwurd gait, wua just behind her. was often stupid and unsatisfying. burns, bruises.'skin nUettlons and piles. on Oct. 0. features, curling his gray mustache and Homo ono Who possessed for her a peculA quick color mounted to Cynthia b CIIt IIITIIUVIIT. At times tho preoccupied Miss Dallas oconJ Mondajr In Convenes at llardlniburg otherwise pluming himself upon tho tri- check, nnd bIio bowed hurriedly to A. It. Fisher, Cl6verport, Witt At Meador Higgcst days in point of attendance iu turned her footsteps in quite another di- iar sympathy; whoso words awoke a February, May and October. echo Irt'hef h6arf tomo one Im- umphs of tho afternoon. That after 1ik Bruco us sho raised her eyes with asmjlo ilardiusburg. She developed a fascination for rection. September and October: Sept. 4, New T. R. McDeatb, Jutle, LcitcbEold, Ky, a certain ledgo of rocks upon tho crest measurably superior to the rough men departure Cynthia dismissed him utterly of coquetry to tho man at her ride. , A Weed S. Obclf, Commonnealtb't Attorney, York day, 100,352; Sept.7,Pennsyhania she usuallv encountered. Sho could not from his mind, nnd that she hated Miss rapid interchange of hostilities passed of a western divide It was a bare, un LEITCHFIELD. day, 203,150. Sept. 10, Ilailroad day 202,-37- 0 Elliatethtown, Ky. explain tho strange claim this hitherto Stafford cordially and was conscious in between tho ladies in a discriminating V O. Uabbage, Matter Commlnloner, liar interesting spot, without shade or shel; Sept 23, Knights of Honor day, dimburg. Ky. ter, and, but for tho prospect it afforded unrealized being had upon her. She only her heart of hearts that Honry Bruco survey of one nnother's costumes, which V. K. Rhodes, Sheriff, McDanleU, Ky. Cuzclta. 215,043; Sept. 20, Odd Fellows' day, 105,-21of tho valley on cither sido, a poor placo knew that it existed; that she longed for was moro fascinating than over aro wits moro expirssivo than words. Miss Charlet Miller, llardlaiburg, Ky, its influence; that sho grieved when it facts that will readily occur to her ap- Bertha Maverick, with supercllio as ej Oct. 4, Mexico day, 175,175. Thos. Gregory and wife, of mar certainly to pass ono'B time. Yet CynW. I. Ramsey, Cloverport, Ky. was denied. And thero was associated preciative nnd discriminating Sex, to and defiant nostrils, W. S. Catt, Union Star, Ky. her tisited with Joe Piireona and BhUiiIo Bill's receipts outside tho grounds thia was much given to haunting this with this feeling, as" thero always is, one whose tender syin pal hies hor present less nggressive companion. Bruce, who family this w!ek. R. S. Sklllman, Clerk, HardlniburK, Ky. locality. A superficial observer might for two Sunday performances on Oct. 8, Frank Deailo. Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. . emotions nro intrusted. wits about to speuk, noting nt Onco the havo surmised that she sought this lofty of piquo and injury for the apparent neGordon" Mooiman fa'naitlng orders to the day before tho phenomenal World's John Slatcn, Juller, Ilardlniburg, Ky. glect which she had Buffered. armed neutrality of' nil partiej, raised jKwt of observation tho more closely to COUNTY CODKT Fnir crowd, were $10,000. CHAPTER IX. i his hut aud passed on, How much this state of mind was alConvenes third Monday In each month. but as he did so, go to Davison on the Home Branch and noto tho varied maneuvers of tho roundleviated when tho obliging sheriff put For weeks it had l en npparont at San ho heard Miss Bertha Maverick 'remark Owensboro road as operator. Thomas Adklsson, Judge, Hardinsburg Ky. Wo could not improve tho quality if up in tho plain below, but unfortunateMilton tioard, Attorney, Ilardlniburg, Ky. ly for this theory tho back of tho fuir into her bunds tho guitar sent by Henry Mnrcus that a social event of unusual in a high, metalliu voice: Wednesday noon d puty U. S. Mar- paid double tho price. Do Witt's Witcli John K. Monarch. Clerk, Ilardlniburg, Ky. Bruce it is impossible to say. Certain it importance was impending. For weeks "Thet's tho stuckup pioco you was toll-i- n shal M. ISulllngton, of Hancsvllle, pass- Hazel Salvo is tho best Salvo that exobserver was invariably turned upon o,u iitTEitiir coimr. Is that nover instrument was tho recipa flutter of expectancy had disquieted mo about eh, Cynthia? Well, efI Convenes f turth Monday In March, Juno this animated spectacle. ient of moro tender treatment. Sho tho feminino heart, displaying itself iu reckoned'I was bo powerful fascinatin, I ed through town with William Pece, perience can produce, or that money can September and December "Who shall say what disappointments hu had aucnted for violation of buy. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and ftlAtllsTCltlAl. DISTRICTS. wero hers, thus occupied in spying out adorned it with ribbons, carried it about animated gossip upon tho street corners, wouldn't let every ono know it when- whom IIaroinsburo. Conrts on Wodnesday sucin an alarming tendency to indulge in ever I met 'em. Tho airs and graces of tho revenue' laws. IVlm was employed Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. tho land? Who shall say how many with her constantly und practiced as ceeding the first Monday in March, June Sepd hrtiuctto is enough to as sawyer at Stones' mill. tember and Decsmber. Magistrates, Ben T. times this self appointed Sister Anno be- siduously upon it. About this time thoi afternoon culls and a reckless patronage thct Misguided Obedience. elder Dallas, recognizing a formidable of seamstress and milliner. Thero wns natch'ally paralyzO an Miller and Lum Black, Constable, Leo Dish.-okitchen held tlu) cloud of dust upon tho distant hoLast Tuesday T. B. Wilson received Hardinsburg City Court. J. I). Itulby, "I've mado n mortal enemy of Mrs. rival, abandoned his own exertions upon much rlromenuding in tho singlo busi- clock." i rizon disclosonot tho expected horsemen, notico from Congressman Montgomery Paryaynoo. Sho told melhat her dia- Mayor; Dent Drown, Marshal; V. O. With tho first shadows of evening pubbut tho invariable flock of sheep, or how the violin. Ho viewed tho advent of the ness strcot of tho littlo village, indulged Attorney. City Court, civil terms, first if mond brooch cost $10,000, but begged mo many times somo roving mustang raised guitar with suspicion and commented in so aimlessly ns to give thO observer lic curiosity begaii to bo uttracfed in the that acceptable he would bo appointed not to tell any one." Monday in Mar h, June, September and Deupon it with Cynicism. Apparently hei tho general impression of a rehearsal. direction of a long, low structure, whoso to a clerkship in the Indian Agency at cember. a tumultuous flutter in that littlo breast "Ah, I seo. And you told." CioVKRrouT, Court's Thursday succeeding is a placo that not a wholo caballada of his wild recognized in tho soft harmonies Cyn- - But it was apparent thnt fominino curi- spacious Outlines and shuttcrless win- Puyallup, Washington, "No. I didn't." the first Monday In March, June, September lingers struck from the strings osity culminated ut tho river, Whither, dows showed block against the lighter that pays $1,200 a year nnd somo six. eyed comrades might havo caused by tho thla's deft n Mr. A. Godshaw, who has been in and December. Magistrates, Dudley . j maddest of their onsets? Yet even in a dangerous ally to sentiment. Alcides, over tho level plnin, tho thoroughfnro of sky. miles from Tacoma. Mr. Wilson will and Joseph Mullen. Constable Thos. San Marcus led, und to which locality as wo havo seen, was a foe to romance. Tho binlding hud beou rcarccin the in- accept tho placo and will probably leave busitiess at Beda for some years, madenn Keenan. Cloverport City Court. Qlvll terms this iop! etw reconnoitering tho days sped "Yo winitor look out, Cynthy, fur tho' tho footsteps of the fair daughters wero terests of Erin by a nrosucrous Hiber- on anil on, und tho anticipated horseman for there in the course of two weeks. assignment last Wednesday for the bon-ef- lt first Monday In March, June, September and poetry nnd nonsonso thet thar tarnal' most jxjrsistently directed. December. niuu, who rejoiced fn the classic namo of never came. of his. creditors. II. Levy is mado shal, James Mayor, Charles Llgtitfoot. Marthing'll fill you chuck full of, ef yo Once Hambleton. Foremost among theso lovely pedes- Ulysses Magiudy and consecrated his As both Thomas and Wilson have been MoDiNiKi.iHr-MaplitratHenry R. Dean, turn it loose on yer onguurded feolin's,'4 trians was Miss Bertha Maverick, with architectural efforts nnd poetic memo- awarded good places, Congressman Mont- assignee, and the assets and liabilities Rock Vale; Sam W. Parsons, MoDanlels. ho suld gravely, surprising her oncd an eye liko tho flash of a bayonet and n ries under the titlo of "Tnrn's hull," but gomery wijl now try and locate Mr. aro about equal, being about $3,500 Conitabln, Geo. W. Ilurton. Ruth. Courts at playing upoii it with eyes that werd. profile decidedly aquiline. Sho could bo tho cynical Texan youth wero wanting Ileyljack nnd good feeling will provnil each. Hartford Herald. Rock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Monwistful and far away. "It's n destroyer! seen on nny pleasant afternoon, defying In roverenco for Ireland's legendary past. on all sides. in March, June, DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles. day and at MoDanlels September and December, apiwtite, and gener'ly plnmb full, tho admiration of tho baffled nun with a "Turrler's hall" wns the popular renderTuesdays after the seo. of tho Do Witt's Witcli Hazol Salvo cures burns. ond Monday In laid months. o' onsatisfactoriness," bestowing a glance iarabol of pulo pink and leudtng on, us ing of Mr. Maghidy's poetic christening. DdWitt's Witch HazelSalvo cures sores. Ignorance of tho merits of DoWitt's Hudsonvillc Magistrates, Oeo. Harned, upon tho glistening strings that was full it wero, by this oriflammo of sentiment, Actuated by the" same spirit of skeptiDoWltfa Witch HazelSalvo curesulcers. Custer j Henry C. Drne, Hudson.. Constable of foreboding. "I knew u girl once thct the thronging cohorts' of Toxan coquetry. cism they pelted 'tho edifice with mud Littlo Farly Risers ia a misfortune. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & John Nevltt, Constantino. Courts at Hudson-vlll- o was thet led away by onoof them'jinglln Three dayB of aimless pilgrimaging on and stones, und scut vagrant toinuto cans These littlo pills regulato tho liver, cure Meador, Hardinsburg. on Wednesday succeeding the second Monday In Match, June, September and Deheadache, tlyspewiu, bad breath, concritters thet sho didn't donothiu elso but the part of tho Sun Marcus maidens, and on voyages of discovery through Its cember, and at Custer on Thursday following play an lie round, and all at onco was seen the inethod of this lights. Externally it was apathetic) stipation and billiousness. A, It. Fisher, The OdtoberNumbor of the Illustrted the same months, until by and by tho sallow faced vernal madness. diagram of its owner's highly lacerated ClovwporL, nnd Witt & Meador, IlardiusUkwlkyvrlc Magistrates, Kllejiiijrell, Kentuoklan. Occasional horsemen 'began to bo mot feelings, critter gothersolf clean bewitched. Her Irvlngtnnj 0.0. Martin, lllg Sprlnyton. burg. family and friends could do nothin with with on the dusty highway. By degrees Containing portraits of Mrs. Cynthia sUble, John Pfloit. Courts at Benleyvllle on But thero wero occasions when tho Iibt Friday succeeding tbe Chicago's Biggest Say of All. her. Sho wouldn't eat nothin. Andfln'ly the number of theso was augmented to portanco of Turrier'H hall Impressed itSmith Uiirnam of Richmond; Miss Hal- - March, June, September second Monday in she went into a gallopin consumption, mounted squads and groups, until at self oven upon this derisive public, Vet ven In thh hopeless rccomioitcrinjr Actual attendance at World's F'alr lie Ermine Rives, Hopklnsvllle; Miss Webster on Saturday. and December, and at nnd they buried her ono vory damp day last their proportions reached those of During jwlitical meetings, religious' re- Monday, Oct. 9, 751,020. ino wiyt spca on una on. Mny Nelson Nnll, Louisville Miss Nellio Union Stab Magistrates, James J.Sovers, a generous cavalcade. Of courso this vivals and temperance crusades tho hand I must not omit to mention a certain in tho nrly spring." Children lost in the yast crowd, 70. All Orbison, Frankfort; Mies Lillio Norris, Union Star; John W. Jarrett, Btepjiensport. ,But in Bpiteof this terrible example irruption of eligible manhood was the of the vandal was Btald. Among sucl( formality in dress which Miss Dallas n Constable, Jabei Haynes. Courts at Union to affect about this tiino. It was in of tho fascination of guitar playing Cyn- occasion of much indiscriminate flirta- intervals of immunity wns tho prebent, cared for and afterward restord to parents Cynthiana. Also, of tho John Marshall otar on wodnesday succeeding the third MonChapter of Daughters of American Rev- day In March, June, September and Decemtho direction of long trains and trailing thia still persisted iu her practicing. Shi tion, nnd thero wero many glances given Tho very rabblo that laid been most ac- tr guardimiH Fires on Fair grounds Monday, Oct. 0, olution, at Louisville Mrs. Pope, Mrs. ber, and at Stephensport on Thursday, nnd exchanged that boded 111 for the- f habits. Thcro was much mysterious re- endured with cheerfulness the soro fl tivo in bombariluient now bestowed FISGAli COUItT. peace of mind of the parties con themselves in uttunpted renovation ntnd1 none. hearsal in tho seclusion of her littlo gent, tired wrists and other nnnoyanci Ilurkner, Mrs. Mac Grcgor, Mrs. Knchcs At Hardinsburg on cerned. Mischievous eyes challenged repair. Tho spacious auditorium was room, a disposition to gather her skirts which this exacting instrument imposi Arrest 6n Fairgrounds Monday, Oct. and Mrp. Reynolds. Also, of George Monday in April and Tuesday after the first October. observation beneath dainty bonnets, and BWept unit ulnJd, tho relics of barbarism 0, 33, all boys, rnngiilg from in ono gloved hand und tiptoe about, upon Us dovotees. And she received U to 19, and Diiulap Potta, Mrs. Florence Griffith the tilted sunshade was eloquent of tho wero leinovrd, tho ilrrfts avoiding intermediate objects with an end or encourugement in other ,wuyi tho win. charged with pocket picking. Largest Miller, Rev. Roger II. Peters, W. S. Hell, down elf ectuully sealed by tho intervenacquired daintiness and gr.ico. There Tho mocking birds which flod aghast wnrfnro of Cupid. Lena Phillips, Nicholasvlllo; Jtsso Wilshrieking violin soinetiinet tion qf cardboard, bits of can Need it bo said that bronzed nnd nd amount stolun, $3.10, wero certain fastidious ulrs of inunnor from tho noTOp. Tliu Pottawatomie Indian baby born at liams Frazier, Cynthiana; bearded faces accepted theso overturos cast offhuts, and even tho redeeming which wero deftly caught and quito as favored her with imitativo otitlmrsts-- r Fashions. faithfully rehearsed in private. During that nlucerest form of flattery. Perched with moro thnn eqUnl frankness, that touches of putty and vanilsh wero hero Indian village, on tho Midway I'lalsaniCi Now advertisements, stories, sketches, Do you wear them? When next In need try a ptlr. Beat In the world. on Monday, Oct. 0, Chicago day, received World's Fair, Miss llibler's now story, tlicso ceremonies a email riding whip, on Bomo tossing Bpray or.flickeriifg hen tho fluttering handkerchief in every in and theio nttomptcd. TO UK CONTINUFP ) fonnorly presented to Cynthia by Mr. und thero iu their odd "half mourning," stance received tho recognition of the tho namo of .00 society, tte., etc., etc, ' Buck Jerrold, was generally carried they produced snatches of her waltzoi raisod sombroro, and that everywhere Tho lost and found department iu tho L2.5d lightly iu tho right hand. A swift canter ami fandangoes. Thero was a certain nlong this dangerously activo highway Olio War orMurklnj; Clotlira. Chicago Fair on Monday, in tliu Old $2.00 o 43.50 there was a disposition on tho part of over tho adjacent hills, attended by tho bcntiuiental lizard with a siieculativouyi A yotinrr woman who has u weakness roRLUMS- building, wu one of the busiest tho remote horizon, in- that would bask daily uon a sunny rock, either box to halt frequently nnd look Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. same scrutiny of 42.50 for novelties has indented u now way cf $2.00 places on the grounds. Nearly 6,000 marking her belongings. Indolibloink variably followed this painstaking per- and from his rapt demeanor during hei back? SI.73- mislaid articles wero recovered after the sho scorned as bolonging to tho distant performance was apparently enabled fo But onco in town, tlicso amorous adformance. q . nn roit BOYS sjBjpjfm u u m vLdsssm crush was over. mysterious behavior was not obtain glimiMes of tho inflnlto, hitherto vances of thf sterner box gave risU to When Baby was sick, wo padt, nnd ombroidored monograms and Such care her for .o(EJi Tho without provoking tho comment of other denied. And Aulus sympathized und reckless outlay of capital and a remark- When sho u Child, she cried Castoria. liaiincr Mas sung nt initials she voted commonplace Even for CutorU, lenthis quiet und dignified approval. Arid able fiollcitudo iu matter of dress. The members of tho household. the World's Fair grounds by tho Apollo tho pretty dovlco of embroidering hor When she became Hits, she clunc to Cattorla, "I should rockdn yo' was practicin fo tho fawn was soothed into n dreamy lan- bnrber was put into requisition, and the When she had Club on Monday, Oct. 0, with a ehoru of possessions with hor favorito flower finalChildren, she cat them CutorU iiinnd for "b'iled shirts" und "store ly lost its cllanii. and hor latest fanoy is tight ropo, wl allyo' airs and graces, guor that was fast becoming habitual the '2,000 voices. ' cs" threatened to exceed tho " If you Wantt Kim DRESS SHOE, made In the latest So tho days passed, and Cynthia's heart to bftvo her own face produced. limits Mia' Cynthy," tho obony Amelia remonfound much of consolation, and Mr. Tho population of Chicago nt tlio timo tftlioisonrticles. Sho lmd Bomoi tiny and not unflatter- styles, den't pay (6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4,00 or strated. W They fit $5 to Mconwhilo notes In vory erratic QUEENSWARE. of tho big flrol tho twenty soeond anniing photographs tukpn, nnd thoy uro now wearShoe.well. Ifvouequil to custom mado ami took and "Is there any private theatricalu goin Buck Jerrold wondered at tho chango iu as wlh oconomlro la your footwear, Now Ir ynur time to pnrcliawi QuopnB-wai- o wcw constantly flying ubout. Son Marcus?" in- his dulcinea and had long conferences Mr. versary of which tlio celebration of 0 t bolpg transferred to tho corners of her do so by pirchaifng W. L. Doogtas Shoos. Namo and to como off down at ami Glassware, Me havo a few Lariat, ia conformance with a cushandkerchiefs, tho bands of hor skirts, price stamped on tte bottom, look for It When you boy. 0 was held to eommoinoiato, naj 320,-37quired tho mystified Alcides, having with tho mystified Alcides, who was an- tom as absurd as unnecessary, was giv- rmnnonlR left, ami am closing out at ft. X. by XV, through tho open door caught a glimpso noyed and fretful nnd modo mysterious ing Miss Lono Star preliminary lens than f of the attendance tlio capcj of hor collars" nnd ull tjio other For saloDOVOTLAB, Brockton, Mass. Sold by cost. Wo will moke it to your intercut places where tho sign of possession is II. Uewmor ic Son, of his daughter attitudinizing. "I didn't reference to tho prevalence of malaria that ho contemplated the pleasure notico to call. Jiabbago'u, in tho World's Fuir grounds on Monday. of call usually fixed. Buffalo News. ClerGrpert, Ky, Ml m& Mrnti eVVi st Highest of all iu Leavening Power. KQ72V S&S&& m Baking Powder worn-nuhoo- i) r HILL S fifitini if ' .ft f Double Chloride of Gold Tablets tSiSS&tVSSfW ABSOLUTELY PURE rinsT-CLAs- saddles-Introduci- ng Hill's Tablets. jws-ses's- o - 1 T o. dio-cufs- THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO.. -- ImaU'mi Jl HARD TIMES OVER GOOD TIMES ARE HERE CHRONIC KICKERS u "Kii at Prices World's Fair 3Low Geo, Yeakel & M r .1 y. r - fault-lcRsne- ss Co.5 .' t's DIRECTORY. Vr 0; g, l fast-colore- p. Dab-bug- e, Jt Ham-bleto- 1 es, au-de- nt bo-ga- 4. m f-- W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE MMM' li. $er-vic- SPRM i2:2Sl Ull 5.WmJ2 1 f'vW Slur-Spangl- ((Eial m .Hkwv ,1.75 A ?-- hand-writin- g, -- 'm A 0; one-hal- mv i2?" ifssr tofuhfAfi v- x r.-w- . iii. i. nan. X BRRGKKNRIDGR NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY, THfi lUnda-Stilzer'n. s 5 James M. Lewis, Contractors Builder. ' OLOVERPORT, KY. jfirKstiinatca furoislid on nppllcnti. Robert E. "Woods, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ?., u Room 47 Trust Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. w collected and prompt returns made. Send me your business. HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. UfcAll business entrusted to my liands given prompt And caretul attention. Notvs and CONSTABLE Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OOTOBEK 18, 1893. LEE BISHOP, r.f i A LOCAL BREVITIES. Fresh rnnckerul Sulzer's. Pumpkins for pies Sulzer's. Genuine French sardines Sulzer's. If its new ami just out Sulzer's have it. Tho gaino Oct. 20. .For bargains in boots and shoes go to Sulzer's. Sweet cider, just from tho press at the City Bakery. Clinrlio Woods, of Victoria, was in the city Saturday. Try that new minco meat at tho City Bakery, it's fine. Mr. Geo. Mason, of Lewlsport, spent Sunday in the city. Mr Frank May, of Whitcsville, was in tho city last week. Mr. Klehard May, of Hanlinsburg, was in town Sunday. If you need anything in rubber boota or shoes go to Sulzer's. You can't shoot quail over in Indiana until after Nov. 10th. Will Kayborn and Ether Hall visited ft lends at Philpot last week. We have tho finest jam you ever jammed down your throat Sulzer's. Kev. Shelly will preach at Holt next Sunday at 11 a. in. Hero at night. Mr. Courtney Long, of Owensboro, visits this city quite often. Some attraction. Henew your subscription. If you can't renew for a year do so for three or six months Mr. DanSchank, of Home, Ind., was in tho city Monday and paid tho News olfico a visit. Doughnuts, minco pies, colleo cake and a full assortment of all other cakes at tho City Bakery. Ask for White Frost flour don't havo any other kindwo handlo this desirable flour Sulzer's. Nat Tucker, of near Stephensport, was in to see us last week and tho label on his News now reads 01. Flickner canned fruit tho best on earth seo tho samples now on exhibition at our store Sulzer's. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Nolto, Mrs Dr. J. E. Brown and Mr. It. L. Folk left Monday to visit tho World's Fair. Ko member tho prayer meeting services and at tho at tho Baptist church night. Methodist church Use tho wonderful seal oil shoo dressing for ladies shoes at Sulzer's, a largo shoo buttoner with every bottle free. Whito Frost Hour tho king of all flour best raises well makes good bread-t- he flour on tho market try a sack Sulzer's. Thomas Gaines, a negro plasterer, is a candidate for city councilmen in Henderson, with fair prospects of being elected. Heinz's pickles aro tho best that aro made. Always fresh and solid wo keep them in bottles and in bulk. Try them Sulzer's. Billy Downs says ho has a fine crop of red tobacco, and that there aro several good crops in his neighborhood. Ho wants to seo a buyer, Sulzer's are giving great bargains in boys' flno boots. Boys como and seo them, tho great Bale will last for a fow days only. Don't miss it. Peter Brashoar is turning out 600 barrels of limo per week at his lime kiln near Stophcnsport. Hu makes a good articlo and finds ready sale for it. A great many farmers aro finding out that thoro Is moro monoy made at raising tobacco and corn, than thoro is in working in timber and on tho railroad. Wash Lane found an old copper cent piece while digging over at tho Presbyterian church, that ho has refused $3 foi, bo ho says. Ho is waiting to seo Pave Murray.aud get $10. A young lady bought one of our nico now cloaks tho day after sho put it on she was engaged only a few more cloaks like that left sail in girls but don't all como at onco Sulzer's. A splendid vitrified brick pavement will bo laid in front of tho engino house on Fourth street. Tho bricks havq been ordered from Cloverport and will probOwensboro ably roach hero ht law oxpires uextj Friday - '. 35rs , V 'ft V i . V K Inquirer. Billy Ileusly, of Hardinsburg, renewed his subscription to tho News for tho seventeenth time lastMonday. William is not very old, nor aro wo, but tho figures kindo'r get away with us don't they William ? Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Oolzo and children, Mr. aud Mrs. Harry Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Conrad and son, Shelby aro six miles back of Leavenworth on Blue river camping, hunting, fishing and exploring Wyandotte cavo. Morris Beard says business Is reviving, money is getting easior. Clinrlio Skill-roa- n says'tho same. Both theso young men aro bankers aud handlo all tho money that's afloat 'round in this section. Thoy know whereof they apeak. Theso aro cheering words, aptly spoken. Keep them moving down tho lino and keop moving yourself. Get a hustle on you. Do something, earn something and quit croaking, ,, t m V " Fresh cotlltell Super's. Tlhwaro all Bimlm-nwas gtod Ih town KUtltrtlay. John Wurllcld in lit llUIIlm Fresh fruits nl tho Oily lkkoryi Gtated ahd sliced plno apples Stilzers. Slitter's havo tho best shoos for tho Send in tho names of your visitors. Fresh wholo and split peas Sulzer's. motley. Seedless raisins for pies and cakes Keep your oyo on tho label of your paSulzer's. per. Pintfopplo preserves good and fresh J. J. Dyer went to Jolly's Station SunSulzer's. day. 33. A. Klssam went to tho World's Hop sacking tho latest in dross goods Fair last weok. Sulzer's. To tho World's Fair next Tuesday for Cracker Meal for frying oysters and steak Sulzer's. only $7. Did you seo thqso lino dongola button T. M. Lockard went to Irvington Thursday. shoos at Sulzor'H?. Now evaporated peaches and apricots. Heinz's Chili snuco for fresh meats of all kinds Sulzer's. Sulzer's. Mies Maudo Willis returned from W. 11. Pierco has sold out his urocory Owensboro Saturday. to S. L Sulzer. Wo aro getting in "new hats 'dally. Fresh doughnuts at tho City Bakery Cohio and seo them. Haynes & Moorevery Saturday. Miss Itoso Holt Is visiting friends at man. Mr. Kobert Wallace, of Louisville, was Clarksville, Tenn. Celery salt, mado expressly to bo Used tho guest of Capt. P. V. Duncan hist week-- . on celery Sulzer's. W. M. Frymiro and wife, of Union If you havo confidence and wlvertise, Star, Ky., wero in towir Saturday shopbusiness will revive Boy's don't miss tho great bargains in ping. Miss Ida Weisonbcrger left last Friday Hue boots at Sulzer's. Two loads of new tobacco camo to town for Siberia, Ind., where sho has a good school. Monday to bo prized. Mrs. Ida Weisenberger went to LouisSix per cent will bo added to your ville Thursday to visit her daughter, Mrs. taxes after November 1. Miss. Jennie Mullen is visiting. Mrs. Carroll. Mako your selection off somo of tho Joo Friel near Victoria. Farmers aro sowing increased crops of nico dress goods they aro going fast Sulzer's. wheat in spito of tho low price. Os Haynes, of Union Star, was in the Mr, aud Mrs. William Bricky and Mascity Sunday to attend "church." ter Ollie and Miss Maggio Bates wero in Theso aro good old 'possum nights, town Monday, tho guests of Mr?. Ulriuh don't you hear dem dogs a barken'. Farber. Mr. J. V. Culley, of Tallahasseo, Fla., Tho Texas is now selling tiukots to is in the city tho guest of his sou, David. Chicago and return for $8.60 good for Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Short returned fifteen days. Geo. Harris is representing tho Masonlast Wednesday from tho World's Fair. Cracker meal for fish, oysters and ic Lodgo, of this city, at tho Grand Lodge meaH is tho thing try u package Sul- Louisville, this week. Our stock is very complcto and all wo zer's. Silas Miller has built a pretty little want Is a chance to pleflso you. Givo us cottage on his farm on the piko mar a trial. Haynes & Moorman. Hardinsburg. Miss Bertio Crecolius, of Paradiso BotAlfred Oelzo is building a grcen-houstom, was visiting here Thursday last. in his yard. Flowers over our way all Leavenworth Democrat. Winter thank you. Wo can Bell you a hat at any price from There were several farmers in. town 25c. up. They aro pretty bo , ladies of Saturday with samples of now tobacco. tasto say. Haynes & Moorman. No sales reported. ltev. V. M Burgess will fill his regular Still thoy go tho big lino of cloaks appointment at tho Presbyterian church and wraps get ono today before thoy next Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday aro all gone Sulzer's. night. Next Tuesday is your chanco to mako Mr. J. L. Ganane, engineer and Wick DeHavcn, fireman of tho L. II. & W, a cheap trip to tho World's Fair. Only $7 for tho round trip. Tickets good for wt ro in the city Sunday. Tho Leavenworth Democrat says there ten days. Mrs. Henry Boyd and her daughter, havo been ovor 100,000 tons of fertilizer sold at that place this season. Miss Belle. Bruce, passed up on tho train Mrs. W. G. Smart accompanied by her yesterday enrouto to their future home, son, Walter, left last Thursday to visit Washington City. Judgo Holt has a four aero orchard the tho Great White city and Chicago. If you aro looking for something to aj)ples off which netted him tliis year cook tako a peep through our grocery $440. The Judgo also has tho best potato crop in the bottom. department you will find it Sulzer's Clayton Crosson has been confined to When "Old Bed" bobs up in tho West his bed for two weeks with a malarial end, "Littlo Bob" is suro to iop up in fever. Ho is romo bettor this week, but tho East end. They nro good friends, not able to bo out. but as cross aa two sticks when it comes Mr. Geo. II. Gregory was taken sud- to city politics. denly sick last week and was in a very Mr. John T. Castlo died at his resicritical condition for a day or two. He dence in this city Monday night after an is much better this week illness of several months. His funeral Mrs. L. T. Williams, who has been the occurred yesterday, tho Masons officiatguest of her daughter, Mrs. J. II May-hal- l, ing, of which order ho was a faithful for tho past week, returned to her member. Mr. Castle was a man of many home in Owensboro Sunday. fine qualities, generous and kind to famWhat about thnt Patterson hill. Frank ily and friends, honest and upright in all Hip death is a eoreve blow Fraizo says ho will give $50 towards put- his dealings. to his family who havo tho sympathy of ting it in good passablo condition. This tho entire community. kind of talk will do tho work too. LODIBURG." A study of tho laws of health will readily convince you that grain and fruit Thos. Payne is at Hardinsburg on tho is the proper food for man. Itolled oat jury. a dozen There will be prayer meeting at Ben avena is a light healthy food-t- ry Hardin's packages Sulzer's. fcrs. J. F. Keys, of Irvington, was in Tho following persons left Saturday tho valloy last week. Moorfor tho World's Fair. Mrs O. W. has an easy timo of it Captain man and son, Charlie, Mr. and Mrs. A. this time. Jack Charlie draw oil. Bow-mB. Skillman, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Mr. Milton McAfee, of Union Star, and Miss Pearl Miller. was visiting Mr. Koys last week. TJrcd cross snappish mean desMiss Marvie Bandy, the school teacher perate is tho feeling a woman has when at Jaredo district, is sick at this writing. Quito a crowd at Mr. BcnBeauchamp's alio makes poor bread. Good bread can only bo had by using Flelshmau's yeast last Wednesday night at prayer meeting. and Whito Frost flour Sulzer's. Mr. and Mrs. tlazelwood, of this unlucky day for Col- aro visiting frionds in Louisvilleplace, Friday is not an this umbus discovered America on that day week. Washington was born on Friday tho Mr. Owen says somo say a pain is painPilgrims landed on Friday and every ful, but ho thinks it is painful to bo withFriday wo havo a big lot of Fleishman's out a Payne. Mr W. II. Gibson and family wero yeast, tho luckiest bread raising yeast on visiting N. P. Gibson, of Sinking Crock, tho market Sulzer's. last Sunday. Tho Honorablo Jonas was at HardinsBill Keys says ho never worked in burg Monday. Ho looked awful lone- hickory timber, but ho knows how to some. John Slaton was ovor at Irving-to- n run a school. Miss Georgia Basham, of Clifton Mills, attending tho People's party meetln' and getting "Old Man" Lcnnin in lino. was visiting her sister, Miss Laura HardTho "foxes" will begin to jump next in, of Lodiburg. Mrs. Bello Fitch, of Clifton Mills, was week. Capt. Felix Hawkins, ono of tho most visiting her raothor, Mrs. Koys, of this popular commanders that runs tho river place, last week. Ben Hardin raised corn this year that woshoro yesterday, meeting his many thirty-tw- o rows of grains on tho cob, warm friends. Capt. Hawkins has spent has who can beat it 7 his lifo in tho Louisville and Evansville Mr. Blako stolo a march on them last packet lino, and tho banks of tho Ohio Thursday night and saw Miss Nettie at aro lined with his friends. Wo aro glad Mr. Basham s. to seo him in such good health. LeavenCash and Itcmus Basham wero visiting their sister, Mrs. Laura Hardin, last Sunworth Democrat. Tho women God bless' 'era, tho hard day and Monday. soro oyes call If you havo times don't effect them. Thoy aro out in tho now stock thomillinery goods and seo of at Lodifull forco, from town and country, enjoy- burg and euro them. ing theso beautiful autumu days, crowdMr. and Mrs. Joo Stewart wero visiting ing tho streets, the stores, tho roads, buy- his brother. Leo Stewart, of Sample, last ing something and trading their fruit, Sunday and Monday. Tho Bishop is not quito so popular chickens, butter and eggs. Thoy maketli now tho heart of tho storekeeper glad. Good with tho low milliner, of Lodiburg, as days ago, lie was a times aro not only coming, but thoy aro Miss Mary Sholroan, who has been in here. Now Mexico for tho past two years, ro Jimmy Miller, candidate for County turned homo lust week. is a sly old School Superintendent, Mr. Joo Fitch, of Clifton Mills, has ''bach." Dili you ever notice that tho contract to weatherboard anew and straight eyo of his, said Judge Board. paint Walnut Grovo church. of Clifton Mills, Mrs. Iteno Now watch, ho's got it square on tho was visiting Basham, her daughter, Mrs. Laura prettiest school niarm in all this county, Hardin, of this place, last week. and he's going to keep it thoro until after Mr. W. II, Gibson, of this neighbortho election then ho's going to tako her hood, housed tho finest crop of burloy tobacco of anyone in this section. in. Mr. Belle, of Garfield, was visiting his The party of ''campers" lor LeavenMiss Emma Belle, the had an old time seigo of it waiting sister, of Poplar Grovo, last week. school worth inarm, for a boat last Saturday. Thoy oxpected Messrs. Sam Robertson, Joo Stowart, to got off early that morning, but no Owon Koys and Milton McAfee attended boat. They waited all day Saturday; sat prayer meeting last Wednesday night Master Alaska Hardin was visiting his up all that night and caught tho boat about 10 o'clock Sunday morning. When grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Basham. of Clifton Mills, lasf Saturday and last heard from tbpy were just abovo Sunday. In a fog. It is proStephensport tied up W. S. Basham, of Clifton Mills, is bable thoy will reach their destination some time this weok, -- provided they negotiating with parties in Indianapolis, don't strike a snag and tho stoam holds for a traet of land on Sinking Creek two iniloe below Clifton Villa. out, er WVi44fM4f foAli(&S ARE YOU In Days of Old When nights wero cold and harons hnd their say, Thoro wero no fairs, nor bulls nnd bears, As in this latter day-a- y ay, As in this latter day. -- SH0BT, w Or are you tall, bo 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 tho air is damp. We've got the prices right, too made to suit the hard times, and oio extra charge for "music and flowers," because we don't need 'em in our business. FALL OVERCOATS We've got a big crop. Now ripe. get a sample. Come and JULIU OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIERS, "WHITE HOUSE." m w - ''' J And when tho traveler went, ho took alone a tent., .. And woro his clothes when in reposo, and saved a pile ot rent. Ho had no uso for russet bIiocs, nor four-in- hands and sich. Ho woro long curls, and loved tho girls, and let on ho was rich. , ... &W J, tA WW ' 'ww W k co. KY. Republican Ticket. t'W'VW' Citizens CORNER THIRD AND MARKET, - - LOUISVILLE, But since thoso days the people's ways have undergone a chango. g cars 'ncath sun and stars from Maine Maine to Texas range to Texas And trunks and bags galore are found within our store, For ono and all who feel a call their country to Fast-flyin- SIROCCO. Ezra Rcid has returned to tho Golden Stato accompanied by his brother, from Brownsville, Ky. Prayer meeting at New Highland overy Wednesday night. Tho brown colored bird dog whose whereabouts J. Y. Bennett, of Paynes-vill- c is anxious to learn, is at Will Coleman's near Sulphur Springs. I am gratified to learn that my young friend Dick Ditto is improving nicely. But, who wouldn't improve when a voice aa of an angel wafled from 'yonder shore' enchantiiigly sings ones lulla-bMarried, in the Catholic church at Paynesvillo at tho hour of !), on tho morning of tho 10 inst., Mr. John Kcric to Miss Alice Davis, Father Schmidt officiating. Clinrlio Glazo was arrested on tho evening of the 8th inst., and taken to explore. Is What Tho Republicans Put Up For tho City Offices. The Meeting Not Altogether monious. Har- f And while wo brag on trunks and bags, Wo put tho prices down, Determined quite to keep tho right of Trade in this here town. Tho meeting called for last Saturday night by tho chairman of tho Republican committee mot promptly at 7 : UO in tho city hall and was called to order by chairman Ahl who read tho call and tried to impress tho fact on his hearers that it was strictly a Republican meeting, regularly called and whatever action was taken tho party was responsible. Ho said tho first thing in order was tho selection of a permanent chairman and on motion of Mr. Amel Oelzo Mr. Ahl was selected for that position, not, however, without somo protest on tho part of that gentleman. Tho meeting couldn't seo it inthat light so ho finally consented and tho mooting proceeded to business. R. L. Oelzo was chosen secretary. Tho chairman again read tho call and stated that it was a Republican meeting and none but Republicans had a riidit to R. N. Miller was tho first gentlemnn to speak on tho subject of nominations. He said in substance that ho did not bo. liovo politics should bo brought into city elections. That ho was in favor of good men for tho places rather than politi- -' cians. What tho city needed was a good honest government and the men should bo solectcd with that viow. Ho was not in favor of putting a straight Republican ticket in tho field and for that reason ho had declined to mako tho raco for Polico Judgo himself. There will bo presonted to this meeting a list of names for thn different offices mado up of botli Democrats and Republicans, and I am in favor of this meeting endorsing that ticket and I mako a motion to that effect, if I can get n second. Mr. Amel Oolzo seconded tho motion of Mr. Miller and endorsed that gentleman's position. Ho too was of tho opinion that politics should not bo made an issuo in city elections and ho was in favor of good men, regardless of their politics. There is ho chanco to elect a strictly Republican ticket for tho reason said ho that tho Republicans aro in the minority and thoro is no show for thorn. Ho was strongly in favor of endorsing tho men named In tho list to bo presented and ho hoped tho meeting would think eo too, therefore ho seconded Mr. Miller's motion, and requested tho chairman to read tho list. "Daisy'' Beavin was next heard from. He was not in favor of tho motion but wanted a stra'ght Republican ticket. He thought it was best to mako a party fight and was opposed to tho motion. Chairman Ahl was with Mr. Beavin on that point but was not so emphatic nor so enthusiastic. Tho Captain wanted it distinctly understood that ho was with tho majority in whatovor thoy dono but warned them to look well to it before tliey acted. Tho list of names was produced and read by tho chairman. It proved to bo a petition signed by thhty or moro citizens requesting tho county clerk to havo a "Citizens Ticket" put on tho ballot for tho city election in Novcmbor. Tho names are as follows, viz. For Mayor, J. A. Barry j For Polico Judgo, L. G. Gregory ; Councllmon, R. B. Pierce, Chas. 11 Skillman, S. P. Conrad, Alfred Oelzo, F. P. Payno and Silas Lillard. Tho petition was signed by tho follow- Brandenburg and lodged in jail. Tho grand jury at its last sitting having found a truo bill against him for forgery and other unlawful acts which havo caused an uneasiness in the community for some months past. Tho neighbors will all acquisco in tho following, "Yon may notch It on dc pallnt ai a mighty risky To make your judgment by de clo'ca dat kivcrs up a man; For I hardly needs to tell you how you often comes across, A fifty dollar saddlo on a tncnty dollar horse; An' vvukiu In de low grounst you disklver as you go, Dat de fines' shuck may hide dc ineanes' nubbin In a row I" SHOES ! BOOTS rt&' We arc so situated so as to please both Buying our shoes direct from the manufac- - 'WWAW' SHOES fieVfc ! WSS.TL plan, 'Tia sweet to love, but, oh, how bitterl To love a girl whose shoes don't fit her. participate ing: 1. K. Kclthf- - 1. n. n. Tierce, Duncan. I. V. Oreirnrv. I.D. V. O. Allen. C. D. Tample, 1 I. Wheeler, A. Oelc, O. T. Skillman. Cliai. II. Skillman. 1. weaver, A. 11. Skillman. l.C. Nolle, It.S Oelie, ll.T. l'nlk, W. 11. Mullen, K. V. Nilte, Cliai. II, Iteldel, Ud (ircL'ory, C. M. Ainent, II. N. Miller, David S. Culley. I.. G. Greirory. I'. 1. fano. Jl. J.. Morton, Tho device to bo used is a "Pair of A motion to scales equally poised." ondorso tho ticket was put and unani11, II. C.E.Keith, O. WJordan, S. 1'. Conrad, mously carried Tho meeting then closod, Seven Dollar Bate to tho World's Fair. Tho Louisville, St. Louis and Toxas announces a 7 rate to tho World'B Fair Tho tickets will bo good for ton days. good on tho morning train on Tuesday, Oct. 24th. Slcoplng car accommodations can bo secured on tuts tram by paying for thom. i'oriurtiier lniormation can W. O. Almcn, Agt. on roan hack acht.s Or you aro nil worn out, really good for nothing .-- n, WlU euro you, and Klre a good appetite, ur all (kalwc In ffltiUoIue. jtuotrW'H It la general debility. Try inox jiiri'Kits. B&& Rumor is current to tho effect that a thief having mado a raid ou a coal house in Brandonburg, was mot at tho door by a half dozen charges from a pistol. The enraged defender of tho promises failing to down tho object of Ids wrath with shooting-iron- s proceeded to hurl missolcs from his hand 'till tho lifo of tho culprit becomo extinct, when to his horror ho found that tho man had been transformed into an animal of tho bovine genius. A timely inquest developed tho fact that tho calf had como to its death by a lick from a rock hurled from tho hands of somo unknown person. The querry now is who could tho thief havo been V No ono was missing from town but Douglas Collins and ho lias returned while the carcass of tho calf though minus thehlde still remains. We havo read in fairy tales of such transformation but never heard of any so close to homo before Rev. Whito filled his regular appointment at Now Highland the 8th inst., a largo audience. Tho day was lovely, tho sun shedding its bright rays o'er hill and dale, tho bracing health-givin- g atmosphero causing many to turn out to hear tiio beatitudes from tho book of lifo oxpounded by their ablo Tho "middle of splitters" minister. wero thoro with a movo on 'em that time mid again mado ono ask himself tho questiou, am I really at church 7 or am 1 about to tako a scat in tho roomy structure beforo mo to listen to a political debate, An old church member one who has been rocked and reared in tho cradlo of Democracy, busL-himself watching tho peoplo as they camo up and when he would see n man ho thought would cator to his liking ho would beckon him round tho corner, unfold to him a document a yard or moro long, said to havo been drawn up by tho County-Clerand impart to him tho provisions as therein stated., namoly tlmt the law required 100 names of tho voters of tho county, said document to insure Mr. juiBtm Asncrniia name to no ptaceu on tho poll books that aro to como beforo the peoplo at tho November election. Robed in tho habiliments of religion Mr. Ashcraft's claim was pressed to such an extent as to cause groups to gather on tho door Bteps to listen to tho urgent solicitations of tho onrolling clerk nnd sign their names to tho document that did not fail to meet the over watchful oyes of tho pastor, neither did ho fail to mako a noto of it, nor did ho fail to censure them when he took his accustomed placo in tho pulpit. I don't desire to bo too graphic in presenting a of such tin orignal proceeding for somo who wero not there might doubt my varacity, but no ono. thero at tho timo what I writo. Mr. Ash-crawill gain-Ba- y has asked mo not to "bo to hard on him." I wouldn't Elisha'but you know it's human nature for a fellow to tako up for his own party. Wo can not "As tho "servo God and mammon." twig is bent, tho tree's inclined." My growth has over been onward and 'upward' you will readily agree. Tho good book says that "Tho treo is known by its fruit." I havo not' yet seen any fruit ripening from tho tender sprouth Ellbhn has put forth and I greatly fear that thero has been a mistake mado in tho graft. Personally I have nothing against Mr. Ashcraft ho is a,clover gentleman, but thoro is a crisis ponding of which wo should wait and seo tho oat como of beforo going ofl'nfter strango Gods, In a recant issuo of tho Nkws mention was made of tho fact that "a littlo apathy existed" in Meade county in regard to tho Richardson Gross campaign. I can truthfully say that minds nro already changing very fast in my immediate neighborhood. "Tho voico that was still," is still no moro. Seeing tho ties-efforts ot tho middle splitters and tepubllcans, tho tocsin of alarm has been sounded. Tho cry for Gross nnd Hardin flout out on ovory brcezo and is wafted to every truo Democratic homo "wakingfas it wero) to ecstacy tho living lyre." Men who but a day ago vowed tliey would not vote for Gross, aro now urging each other to support him and 'tis to bo hoped that tho predominate spirit to 'bo n man instead of n mouso,' will gain poscsslon of many moro beforo tho coming election. d o ft 4J 51 SZS a along this line. S ? S S &- - turcrs, we feel assured that our goods will como up to our guarantee. Twenty years of ex- - S S S s perienco has given us twenty years of success in the shoo trade of this county. We havo Borne brands of shoes which we S y- -- have been carrying for a quartor of n century, and we seo no reason for changing. -g ; There are men in this county twenty years old whoso first shoes wore tho g toll jg Sloe It. g 4l V and to-da- y thoy aro wearing Buel shoes. S S S"""S was their first, it is their last, and thoy havo been wonderfully pleased. S 5 S S B. F. BEARD & CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. J. 0. BOURNE, J. M. HARPER, DANIEL BROOKS BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE, KY. tocurollneruuillioae,lucU b Weak rower. Ueadaclio, Wakef ulnen, Lost Manliood, NUlitlrMcniorr.Loasof rainll Koils ilons, Nttous-ness.aW drains and loss of poworlnUeueralUeOmans ot either sexrautrd bjr orer oiertion, youthful error, cxcesslro wo or tobacco, oplnni ur tolntlrniUr.Coniuruptlonor InnnnUr. Can be cnrrlcdln .Test pocket. Mlperbox.atorttS, mall prepaid. WltlmttS order wo t 'IrvS'av rS irirupglsts. Ask tor It, take no other. bynr refund thn m .nv. MnM hvaii lllvea written sruarnntealo cureWrite for free Moillcil Hook sont li.,i n plain wrapper. AddressNKUVfHtZKUCU.tMasouloTiiuiple.Cuiiuuo. 'iikiuUKAiu iHKKUi.su. FotialolnCiOTerportfKr.ibrA. It. FlSUKlUandbj C. C. JIAUT1N. UrugulsU. if IW .v Kumrmnleod MANHOOD RESTORED! 'g&J&fSW'y 11 Why We Do It I Wo aro giving away Fino Pastol and Engravings in a nico ramo, James G. Blaino, also largo Books, such as Lifo of Oloveland & Stovenson, Stanloy in Africa, Homo Instructor, Guido to Chicago, also a nico Spico Cabinet. Our reason, 1st, Wo wish to express to our Old Customers our appreciation of Staple and Fancy Groceries, . their patronage. 2d, Wo hopo to induce a largo and havo tho abovo oxplaincd' to numbor of Now Customers to t'rado you. "... with us, at least enough to test tho Respectfully,' quality of our goods, our prices, P. N, D'HUY, our reliability and our way of CLOVERPORT, KY doing business, ox-ami- Wo boliovo in entorpriseand advertising, and in using all honor ablo moans to incrcaso trado PloaBo boar in mind that wo mako no ndvanco in our prices, but you will find our prices as reasonable as any ono. Pleaso call and our lino of Watches, Clooks, Jowolry, Spectacles, Silvorwaro, Musical Goods, and last, but not loast, a nico Btock of . i i w lirtmuf lrHMlTliMrtHrlii r 13h?ot m -- iinli'- - " - Ef , -- .iimmm&i-m. ' , ., , -- y, --r : . - mii.jgijw . i - ' . v - . a i. .i. f j ,y nil iwtit iiTnrrm W"' i i r " - -- .. '." m t -- fltr ..7 -- . ' ' J la THK BnELOKBLNR.IlDQBl NEWS', GLOYRRPORT, KY. MONTHLY CROP REPORT Of Commissioner of Agieulture, La- in IB niiinm"i'i ijninn imip When money is so plentiful that the greater part of it cannot bo employed In speculative call loans, it will then seek WEDNESDAY, OOTOBEU 18, 1893. Investment In business and industrial enterprises; tho labor power that is now The Lone Fisherman. going to waste, will ho utilized, and the lte'a a Inafin lazy Idler, an' don't 'near to give farmers will bo able to get rcmumorallvo a rap, About any Kind u' blsness, or about the Krpwlu' prices for their crops. Wo may recur to crap ; . Hut yon oughter cc hi in suntilii' on the river this subject again, but our correspondent bank, so smiir, iVhen the h.h I in the wale, an' the bait l In rati carry out this lino of reasoning for himself. Allan hi Constitution. thejup. f IIj stretches nut an' elver a grunt of fcilln that'a free from pjln, Dr. Hale's Horn eholdiOintment An' wonder why the ret o' the world ll.illu. Is the finest reniedy in the world. It after fraln. When they could be tettln there with hlin.nn absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neunature'a grassy rut;, With the tUhei in the water, an' the halt stilt In ralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles llko the Jul. magic. Cures salt rheum in tho most After a.whlle he raises up, an, kcerlcssly looks soothing manner. Cures inflamed and about, Then draws It Renlly to him, an' jiulla the corn- - GranulalcdEyclhls. Cures Coughs end cob stopper out ; Then he shakes it up an' down, till he heart the Colds. Can bo taken Internally. A posituff e keriliur. For the fish ii In the water, an' the bait ia In the tive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruis' es, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstandHut when the tun'a an' the k.nty iliila ing, Corns and bunions are cured quickcommence. Ills pathway home looks like the track of an ly; different from all else; superior to all rail fence ; old, worn-ohas no equal. 125c. and 50c. boxes. for he's feelln' pow'ful heavy, an' it cits to be else; it Large size cheapest. Sold at Short & a tug. When the nth Is In the water, but the bait ain't Haynes' drug Btore. In the jug. Atlanta, Ga. B. N.WOOD. Breckenridge News. sm yWWMBii'nil'M N Ten Thousand Tongues will Tell you ' i'T'VH'sViI l'Wii'1 'LlTT'iritVVJSV.l.V.??T7We1Pr!fBWW9WBMaWff that no other House Ever Did, Ever Will or Ever Can Sell the Same Perfect Goods for the Same Low Prices as Kleitiliaus & biniouson Sell Ilielu. bor nnd Statistics. FitNKiortT, Ky , Oct,, fl, 18M. Tho rain which commenced on tint list tlay pf Septeinlnlr bus been gent-ra- l all over, tho State, In eomo parts of tho Statt) there has not been rain to do uny good since tho last week in June. All kinds of grass was completely burnod up nnd stock water getting Very Bcarcc. The fanners had begun to feed their stock on fodder and hay. In soiuu had a rain on September Uth, whiqh will make n great change in late tobacco and la to corn, nnd unless wo liavo an early frost tho condition of the crop will bo materially changed. I have no report from any of my correspondents of drjinago done by tho frost of September 17th. local-iticsfth- THE MAMMOTH SOUNDS THE SPECIAL! During our phenomenally sucthis season wo cleared out our old stock and hnvn nothing to show but FINE NEW GOODS, bought for this season Wc liavo tho biggest store south of tho Ohio Elver, tho biggest stock, tho biggest assortment nnd tho Prices always best made goods. 25 to 10 per cent, lower than any other house. cessful sale $1,000 GREAT AUTUMN keho:rail -- OP ITS- - TO BE GIVEN IN GOLD EXTRA! Wo stand ready with cash to take adwintago of every oppor-- . tunlty offered in tho markets of 'the world to buy at less than cost of manufacture, and, in combination with our branches nnd connections in Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroit and other cities, hnndlo such enormous quantities of goods that no other houso in tho Southwest can sell so low. TO OUR CUSTOMERS. We share our profits with our customers every yenr. This year we have hid made for its n nmnhcr of Yale keys to jrlve to our customers, nnd a heavy plntc iriass nnd steel money box. In this money box we shall placets iN HOI.I) every Thursday morning. Among the keys given out cack week, will be one that will unlock the box and secure the f ij for the 'person holding the key. With every purchase in every dtpirtment, the customer reecho one of these keys and the one whose key opens the box will take out the contents ns n free cjfe. livery holder of a key may try It In the lock of the boxpu each Wednesday between the hours of gn. in. and 7 p. m.- - TOIIACCO. A Good Thing to Keop at Hand. From the Troy (Kansas) Chief. Getting Toned. Up. There was a fakir with an electrical machine on wheels in tho public square at Chattanooga. Any one wauling Ids syrtem toned up had only to hand him a nicklo and grasp the handles attached to the battery. Business was growing a little Black when an old darky couple-m- an and wife came along and paused to see and hear. After three or four minutes the husband turned and said : "Linda, I'zu gwlne to git my system toned up." "Shoo, now, Moses ! Doan yo' dun go foolin' around 'bout yo'r slstetn. Yo'r system's all right." "I'zo feel in' powerful bad jrss now, Linda. Reckon it might take dat feelin' o' goneness away." "IVo a tellin' yo' not to fool wid dat ar masheen, Moses!" she vigorously replied, "Mebbo it's good fur do system, an1 mebbo it'lt knock you frew tho mid die of next week" You's too olo to take chances Moses." "Keep quiet, honey. Reckon I know what's fur de best. Hold dis wnshlioM while I git toned up." He passed over his nickel and seized the bandit s. It was one of those batteries which hangs on to n man until the current is shut oil', nnd the longer it hangs the tho eurrent becomes. The old man had got about enough, nnd his back was arched up and his feet spread apart, when two dogs began fighting n few yards away. Tho crowd made a rush and the old man at tho handles was forgotten until ho began yelling at the top of his voice. As soon as tho current was turned off ho dropped in a heap We carried him to the walk and laid him on his back nnu threw water in his face, and after three or four minutes lie opened his eyes nnd grasped out : IDat-i- lat yo' Linda ?" "Yes, dat's 1 1" she sternly replied. "An what's dun got do mattnh wid me?" "Do mattali will yo', Moses? Do mat-ta- b wid yo'? Why yo' dun saw a brass bar'l on wheels, an' yo' paid 5 cents to git you'r sistem toned tin by takin' hold of the handles. Yo's got do tone! Yo'r mouf is all d rawed around on yo'r shoulder, dat left eye is all cocked up' an' boaf yo'r knees am wobblin' like rabbit in u bresh fence. Git up, olo man git up an' come along an' briug dat tone wid yo', and bo dun glad yo' hain't an olo fool nigger no mo'! Yo's bin toned, an' yo's jess llko a whito gem'lan now." Ex. She Was Too Soruo years ago wo were very much subject to sovero spells of cholera morbus; and now when wo feel any of the Bym-toni- H that usually proceed that ailment, such as alcknesrt at the stomach, diarrhtua etc., wo become seary. Wo liavo found Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrheal Remedy the 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 n good thing to keep handy In the house. For sale by A. K. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, g. ' The larger part of tho tobacco crop Is housed. Tho rains in the last few days caught n great deal that was cut but not housed, and for fear of frost n great, deal of green tobacco has bieu cut. A marked iinprovcment in condition this month overcast, but tjiocrop is reported by many correjKJndents as being premnturely ripened and of an inferior quality. Per cent. T.'lJ. cons. The corn crop has made n change of eight or ten points since last month The general opinion has been that there would be about of a crop It remqins to be seen whether or not too much improvement Is based on tho late rains. Much depends on late frosts as to tho qutcomo of tho late corn. Tho early corn, has mostly been cut and much of it has cured up light and chaffy. Per cent. two-thir- Country costomers may sond their keys by mail and wo will try them for them and send tho $5 to them if their key unlocks the box. Send for Catalogue and order by mail, Charles Arnold, of Bardstown, got tho first $25. WE SHARE OUR PROFITS WITH THE OVERCOATS. Beautifully fitting Meltons, In overy desirable color, Black Cheviots former prices $12 to $14 ; our $10 price now Tho King of Kerseys, excelently well made.; former prices $15 to $1(5; $12 our price now Gracefully made Kersey Overcoats, both regular and extra length ; former prices $18 to $20; our price 5 PEOPLE. , CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, WARM SUITS. Snlts, very neat, Homespun ; our prlco former prices $12 to $! now Worsted Suits, made in hand- somo styles ; former prices $15 to $12 $10: our price now Dark Doublo and Twist Cassi mere; former prices $18 to $20 ; pur $15 price now Sawyer's Cassimcrc; former prices $20 to $22 ; our price $18 now Cassi mere; Imported former prices $22 to $25 ; ;our prico now $20 Sl-1world-praiseSilk-mixe- d 3j g Our stock of Clothing for Children and Boys Is tho Largest and Loveliest nnd Prices the Lowest 011 tho Continent Our Great COMBINATION SUITS for tho littlo fellows are tho talk of tho State. They nro matchlessly made of purfect material, with double seats nnd knees and seams, and an extra pair of Pants nnd a lint go with every Suit. Tho brst values lor $.1 mothers ever saw or dreamed of. AeX rt3 lT? $5 now $15 The Effect of Free Coinage. We print elsewhere a communication from Mr. J. If. Ktheridge, of Eden Houie, N. C, which touches on a very interesting subject, namely, tho effect that tho free coinage of silver would have on tho prices of products and the prosperity of tho country. In tho first place, our correspondent preceives that the banks now have it in their ower to congest tho currency of tho country in 07 J. Willi T. English popular Tho ever Kersey ; former prices $20 to ?22 ; $18 our puce now SAVE. MONEY By buying nt tho MAMMOTH. less Shoes for the family at thnn you pay at other stores, lints .for ft en, Hoys and Children nt tho lowest prices on earth. Our display of Furnishings, Gloves nnd Umbrellas unsurpassed. B&yScnd for illustrated catalogue. one-third COME nnd BUY nt tho MAMMOTH. the money centers, and, naturally enough, he wants to know how the free and unlimited coinago of silver would iucrw-s- e the per capita of circulation in the south and make a more uniform circulate m. In his way: The most of the mints are o(en to the free coinage of silver that money would become a money stand ard such as the Democratic platform declares for. The unlimited demand for silver bullion at the mint would carry the money value of the coin into the uncoined metal, for no holder of bullion would accept n less price than the amount of legal tender money he could exchange it for at the mint. The currency basis of the country would be doub ed. In other words, the restoration of silver to iti old place in our monetary syste n would enable tho government (or the bunks) to double, with entire safety, the amouut of paper currency now in circulation. That which wo now have rests entirely on u gold basis, and that, ai was shown In the recent exportation of the yellow metal, is a precarious basis. It is a basis that is constantly increasing in value, as is shown in tho fact that those who are compelled to go into the market to buy money to pay their debts find yoar, by year Hint $100 commands a larger amount of their produce. In g 187IJ a farmer could buy 100 dollit'4 with one bale of cotton. In ISiKS he finds that ho is compelled to bring three bales to market in order to buy 100 dollars. Making duo allow-nnccfor nil other conditions and ho is compelled to conclude eithe that the value of his labor has undergone a shrinkage of 150 per cent, or g that I ho purchasing power of tho dollar, redeemable in gold, has increased 100 per cent. As we have said, tho gold basis is a narrow and a precarious one, and it is constantly growing narrower and more precarious as compared with the growing demands of commerce and business and the increase of population. To restore silver to its old place as a money standard in this country will more than double the money basis and will enablo us to more than double the volume of currency redeemable in hard money. That will bo the first benefit of free coinage. Our currency being no longer redeemable holcly in gold, can be expanded to meet tho demands of trade and business. It will ceaso to be a dear currency in the sanso that it commands a higher rate of interest, and when this happens the banks and the speculators will not find it profitable to congest it in tho money centers Monoy will bo cheap in the sense that tho returns from it will be larger when invested in business enterprises than when loaned "on call" or on short time. Our currency system is in such a state o of cortraction as compared to tho of business and tho demands of trade that when there is a pinch in tho market or a scare of any sort, the banks lock it up, and use among themselves n currency to which they give tho name of clearing houso certificates. Tho objections which the banks and tho money lenders liavo to the free coinage of silver is not that it would give us an unsound currency, but that it would put an end to contraction, and prevent congestion in tho money centers. There will always boa larger supply of currency in tho money centers than in tho agricultural regions; tho domund there is larger; hut when tho money basis is mora than doubled, there will bo enough to go round, and each section will have tho proportion that tho domaud justifies. When tho money basis is scaruo and dear tho currency that represents it is I'riccs bear pretty ftcarco and dear. much tho same relation to tho condition of tho currency that the thermometer bears to tho condition of tho weather. When money Is plentiful prices arc high enough to stimulate all forms of industry and oil kinds of business. debt-payindebt-payin- g H debt-payinvol-uin- Wheat sowing will ndvahco more rapidly since tho rain. The fanners are very backward with this crop, and the indications nro that tho acreage will not bo so large. on ASS KS. Should thu weather continue favorable fall grasses will be all that could bo desired. In many places where there was rain in September the grass is now very fine. STOCK. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Kleinhaos & Simonson. & MAKKLT ST., BCT. 1th 5th. MAMMOTH m -- New Fall Catalogue Now Reuily. Shoe and Clothing Go. LOUISVILLE, KY. The condition of stock horses, mules, cattle nnd hogs is reported good everywhere. No complaint of any kind except of hog cholera. In one of my reports last fall, I said to tho farmers that tliere wa3 a very great shortage in the hog crop, ami from all tho information I can get the supply will bo fully as short this fall. I failed this month to ask tho per cent, of hogs in our State, but will give itiuBomo gf tho hog growing States: Illinois, 811 per cent: Iowa, 82 per cent; Kansas, 78 per cent. This time last year tho per cent, in Kentucky uns about 75. If these statements piove to bo correct, It means high prices for hogs this fall and winter. Nicnoi, s JicDpwui.i., Commissioner. One word describes it "perfection.' Wo refer to DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, cures obstinate sores, burns, skin diseases and is u well known euro for piles. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardiusburg. Homely Wrinkles. Do not complain of your wife's with n cigar in your mouth. After wnshiny. n wooden bowl, dry it nt u distance from the stove, so that it cxtrl-vaganeo Property Rights of Married Women. According to n now law which went into effect last week tho property rights of married women arc greatly enlarged. Formerly a married woman could not disppse of her property by will unless with tho consent of her husband, but now she may make n will whether ho objects or not. Tho new law also gives her control of her real estate. That portion of it is as follows: "Marriage shall not give to the husband, during the life of his wKc, any estate or interest in her real estate, including chattels real, owned at tho tiino of marriage. Such real estate, the rent thereof, or chattels real, shall not bo liable for any debt or responsibility of his contracted or incurred before or after marriage, but shall be for her debts nnd responsibilities contracted or incurred before marriage, and for such contracted after marriagu on account of necessaries for herself or any member of her family her husbnnd included, ns shall bo evidenced by w riting signed by her. "Tho husband's contingent right of courtesy or life estate shall not be sold for, or otherwise subjected to, tho payment of any separate debt or responsibility of his during her life. A conveyance of real estate by n mni ried woman to be effectual must bo executed in conformity to exisisting laws, and married woman, if sho bo of sound mind and twenty-fiv- e years of age, and not unduly Inlluenced thereto, may dispose of her estate by last will and testament, nnd she shall also liavo tho power nnd right to rent out her real estato and collect, receive and recover in her namo tho rents thereof." Winchester Democrat, lazy To steep up herbs and ho she tried pills and cathartics till she was sallow and blllious as an opium eater. Then sho took n friend's advice began using 1'arks' Tea. Now she Is fresh and blooming "as a daisy." A. It. Fisher, druggist Movements and Doings of People in Neighboring Towns. Ilawcstillc 1'lalnclc.iler. may not warp or crack. Ivory black stirred in ordinary .shellac varnish makes a brilliant black varnish for iron fireplaces. Light scorch marks may bo removed by simply moistening them with water nnd laying in the sun. When buying now furniture, remember the labor of dusting, nnd do not bo tempted to buy elaborate carving. Corks may bo made air nnd waterproof by keeping them immersed for five minutes in melted parnfline. Peoplo w ho are so rich they can buy anything they want, have nothing left to wish for; not nn enviable state. Do not doublo tho blankets nttho head when mnking a bed; bring them just up to tho Chin, then fold over them n liberal allowance of sheet. When dusting a room containing many ornaments begin in one corner and go regularly around, diiBting walls, washc till you como to boards and tho same corner, then you will know when you're done. A good cement for broken china: Make a very thick solution of gum Arabic and stir into it plaster of Paris until a thick paste. Apply with a brush to tho fractured edges of tho chlnawaro and stick them together. bric-a-bra- these masses is further n voided by feeding the meal mixed with tho stover, preferably cut into bits not longer than two inches and dampened enough to make the menl adhere. Working butter too much, or when too cold, breaks the grain and gives it n salvy appearance that lessens its market value Such butter loses flavor and becomes rancid sooner than butter worked or washed only enough to rid it of butter milk and ata temperature that will preserve Its waxen nppcaranco nnd good flavor. Aro you going to winter somo of tho full pigs? It will pay to lot them stop r 11 11 u- Jgfijftta "ff 2.0&2VPCR0AY. 3s RATES: - mi 111 t am acceptable cooked thus: Cut down th rqugh tho middle of each raw of grains and with tho back of the knife scrapo and forco out tho tender part of tho ker-- i ncls. Put these in n thick saucepan ! with plenty of butter, salt and pepper( nnd just enough cream or milk to cover FRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN. thorn and stew gently for ten or fifteen miuutes, only until thoy seem juicy and Alarm for Its Invasion of Amorlca tender, then servo, hot. Well Founded. Two Assignments. Tho telegraphic dispatches of January Mr. K. Miller, who has been engaged 2lst report tno outurcaK 01 cnoiora anew, in merchandising nt Prontis, this county in Berlin, 03 cases and 10 deaths being mako an assignment Saturday for tho roportcd. Just now, when nn epidemic of Asiatic benefit of his creditors. Mr. J. B. Wil- cholera is among the nlurmlng possibilison was nrndo ossignco and no statement ties, nil stomach and bowel troubles asof assets and liabilities was filed, but sume an importance beyond the ordishould they will bo about equal and range soino-whor- e nary, and Cholera meet with prompt morbus, cholera intreatment. about $.'1,000. Bad collections led fantum, dinrrhea. dysentery, flux, colic Oiygen, Atmospheric and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatulup to tho failure. ency, distress after eating, etc., nil point conclusively to a bad condition of the Dairy and Stock. stomach and bowels, nnd all such disorA fall calf can bo raised without great ders should bo corrected ut once, Mr: 11. L. Wilson, Stumptown. W. cxponso nnd mndo a flno animal ready to Vn., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is the go out to grass and do well next spring. best inedicino I over used for pains; for nr Acsoiirnow. If you haven't milk for her givo her liny cramps nnd colic in children, ft can't bo tea and oil meal griiol. Teach her early beat. For flux, it Is tho kipg." Mr. It. L. Blonklnship, ofTooloy. W. to eat fine, sweet hay. Vn., bus this to say: "Last April I had hut-to- r Thero is no better way to presorvo an extremely'sovero attack of diarrhea ; 4th & Jur. Stb. actions of my bowels in than by working out nil the butter- had twenty-on- o LOUISVILLE, KY. less than two hours. 1 DulIois&Wobb COLE BLDO.TtNN. milk and moisture, salting it at tho rate of Lightning Hot Dropstook three doses NSHVIllf, and it relieved oa BiauiNOHAw, Ala. of one ounco per pound and packing mo instnntly." Xg-Se- ad 00 rC book (re. lor closely in jars or tubs, keeping tho butLightning Hot Drops is tho safest, sur'I'l'.STI.IlONIALiN. ter In n clean cellar or low nnd ivcn est, quickest remedy ever compounded for each and all of tho ubovo complaints. The J'.Icctropol.c will euro many cases of dis- temperature. Moreover, it cures all pains, external and ease where nnthlnK elso will. It has workLiI Tho valuo of whole grain for colts has internal, and is tho best safeguard knqwn like a charm In my faintly, Ilev. Geo, II Means, Covington, Ky. been compared with ground grain by tho to destroy the pvil effects of a change of water or dlot. Pleasant to tako. SweetIt Is certainly n wonderful Instrument, and It Iowa ExperimentStatlon nnd flno feed ened, children Jiko it. Lightning Hot Is more wonderful as to how It does Its work, most productive of growth, Both Drops Is sold by nil dcalors in medicine, proved yet t does It, T. K. C. llrinley. received tho samo weight. It was com- at 25c, and 50c. a bottle, on the guaran(Tho veteran plow manufaiturer oft lie South, posed of oats, shelled corn, barley, bran tee: No relief, no pay. Try it onco. Louisville, Ky. not deceived. Look for and linseed meal. Tho feeding of sepa- Bonatives gathering Little vegetabla health producers; herbs. Mado only With tho Ulertrnnalte I have cured dyspepsia, by Ilrb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio, Littlo Early Risers euro malarious constipation and liver trouble, la grippe, head- rator milk was also highly commended. Grain for farm animals should nevor disorders and regulate tho stomach and ache, toothache, had colds, rheumatism, t'inillllli, colic and piles. Tho bowels, which prevents hcadncho and are wonderful, chills and fever I haveresults bo ground fine. When fine it is apt to teen form into masses In tho stomach, vory dizziness. A. R. Fisher, Clovorifort, and cured In slaly minutes. difficult of digestion. Tho formation of A Meador, Hardlnsburg. K. 11. 1.yle, Churchill, Ky; Witt SULZER'S. There Is not a vacant house in town, or nn idle man because ho can't get work. Col. S. F. Brown is visiting relatives and going against tho games nt tho World's Fair. Miss Kate Jackson and the Captain were tho happiest people in Owensboro Friday and Saturday. Tho homo of Morris Gates in Cannt was destroyed by firo yesterday morning. The furniture was saved. J. I. M. Jett, John Mennet, Mark Estcs and L. S. Powers are tho men appointed by Collector Powers in tho revenue service from this county. Rev. W. C. Hayes preached his farewell sermon at tho Methodist church Sunday night. He left for Bardstown Tuesday. His succesor, Row Brandon, moved Ids household goods to IIuwcs villo Monday. Rev. J. J. Wolf and Elder Joo Hopper closed a successful meeting nt tho Pr s byterian church Sunday night. Thero were five additions to the church nnd six confessions of faith. In addition to this thero was a general revival among the church members of Hawcsville. Tho court of claims met Tuesday, Judgo Tabor presiding, nnd all tho mag istrates on tno uencu. That body went to work with a will and business was at an uuprecedent rate. No Biilpq bills were allowed, and overy member seemed to work entirely to tho interest of tho county. An item has been going tho rounds which states that a girl in New Jersey kneads bread with her gloves on, A country editor remarks that he needs it with his shoes on, and his pants on, and tlmt no win nocu it witnout shots or pants on if some of his delinquent subscribers donotsottlo for their paper. Do-Wit- When picking tho chickens this fall save somo of the otherwise waste feath-- . ra to put into tho early nests next spring to make them soft and warm. You can sprinkle with them a littlo chaff or flno liny tc hold them in place. Put a layer of straw undor thein, of courso. Lata in thu greon corn season when it Is too mature for boiling It may still be growing. Fix up their houso and see Headquarters for that they are kept warm. Do not feed them on corn nubbins, nor on cornmeal, g the samo as you givo hogs which ore ' J fattened. Growing pigs must have , Capital Stock $25 000. Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Micb something to grow on. There is wheat Grain jean Piaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil Surplus $7 600. bran, middlings, milk and vegetables at j by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, this Benson of tho year. Jf you do not D. F. BEARD, President. have milk in abundance, make a slop of WILL MILLER, M. U. BEARD, Cashier. middlings, oil menl and water, feeding B'ick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring kept on hand, Orders acmore grain than is needed when milk is Q.-BEARD 1 ' companied by cash prompt used. MORRIS ESKRID0E r - .Dire tor ly tilled. R. M. JOLLY. In computing tho income from live INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Stock wo must consider what is put on the farm as woll a? what is sold off it ; and in our practice stock growing we Louisville, SI Louis & Texas Co. should consider that poor food makes poor manure. Starving tho animal is starving tho land. Food that fats the animal makes manure that fats tho land. Tan in c i:rroct Ai7:00 o'clck A. U. Sunday Junp 19,1893. Tho manure from n certain weight of good clover hay is worth three times ns Weit Bound Traint Eatt Bound Trnmt much, from wheat bran six times as CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. 62 M 64 Mall & Mall it MMM HWM MMMSJM MMMWS 'much, from oil cake meal nino times as Uxpr's Kxpr's STATIONS Hxpr's Expr'. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE much, from cotton Beed meal twelve Dally Dally Dally Dally known fpr 10 years as tho BEST times us muck, as tho man nro from tho 6S0im 7 45am lv.Un'n p't ..ar 12 40pm 8 45pm REMEDY FOR PILES. 6 45 800 Kentucky St. 12 25 same weight of wheat straw. rrrpirM hj RICIIlBDHOt BEDICI3K CO., ST. LOC1S. 830 7 20 8 40 Westl'olnt 1145 im 762 7 2J 8 44 Howard 1140 7 48 A gentleman who lias canvassed 8 5U 7 30 nock Haven 1117 7S6 9 00 714 Long Hranch 1108 729 Breckenridge county pretty closely, snys A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! 915 753 Ilrandenburg 1068 722 Positively removes 9 24 8 01 1049 Kkron that tho tobacco crop of that county is 714 81W BONE 8PAV1N, Guston 1040 9'ii 707 larger than last year and lully as good if j (Ml) 818 Irvlngton 1030 668 Illngbone, Splint, 8 2(3 9 48 1022 Webster 645 not .better in quality than last crop. or 8:U 956 1014 Iodiburir 638 10 lH 8 41 IN 48 HOURS, Meadu county has about same quantity Pierce 1010 630 845 1010 bl...plo 1002 wunom rain. 625 as last year and it is fully as good. 1018 854 Stephensport 968 618 S500 Reward 8 5J 1022 Addison 965 614 Farmers Homo Journal. 1025 9 01 Failure or 9 42 bo-in- GREGORY & CO., BANK Reapers and Mowers, HAftDINSBTJEG 1 vf Pine &Toplar Shingles ve TABLER' BUCKEYE PILE TIME SCHEDULE asro. 21. RJ, OINTMENT rfS9lk i CHOLERA Slightest Injury. This Is the Greatest Wonder of the 1911 Century, astonish, lug, as It docs, the entire Veterinary world. Circulars and Sworn Proofs Mail For 915 9 20 932 941 U48 10 05 10 21 10 at 10 43 1038 10 43 1054 968 954 kur ed Free. Dr. Guy Ohcelnl, No. 378 Canal St., New York. 1111 1116 1120 11 20 1142 12 55 in 1216 1221 12 21 lira ltnwesvllle l'etrle Falcon Cayce Lew if port Cloverport Shops Skillman Holt 1055 11 11 11 OO 1205pm Owensboro Griffith Powers Pates Mattlngly 1231 1238 1118 12 48 1128 1135 1254 1 10pm 11 50pm at 10 Stanley Worlhlngton Heads Spoltsvllle 9S7 967 927 916 908 902 868 862 835 822 812 800 764 761 743 7 35 611 600 666 6 44 635 627 6 21 618 612 463 4 43 435 4 22i 417 414 44 4 01 ' A fiasketts 720 360 ar.IIenders'n lv 705am R, R. 1801. 727 364 WE TELL YOU nothing new when we statu tlmt It imys to enenge In a pirinnnciit, moat hculthyaml pleasant VIu.l. nvtt, lliat returns 11 proftt for eviry iltiy's work. Huch Is the uuilncs we offer the workln claw. We tench them how to iniike money rapidly, and cuiiriintec every one who follows our Instructions faithfully the mnking of 8.100.00 n mouth. Kvcry one who takes hold now nnd work will surely and speedily lucreu.u their curnlugs; tliero cun be no question about It; others now nt work are doing It. and you, leader, cun do the same. Hill Is the best paying business that you have rcr had the cluince to stcurc. You will make ft mistake If you fall to give It a trial nt once fravo graup tho situation, nnd act quickly, you f will directly Und )ouriclf lu a most prosperous business, at which you can surely mako und save birge sums of money. 'I lie results of only a few hours' work will often iqual a peek's wages. Whether ou are old or young, man or woman, It s we tell you, and do makes no diUerence, will imct you at the very start. Neither necessary. Tliosu who work experience or clpltul for us nrn rewnnlid. Why not write to day for full particulars, free ? I!. O. AI.LKN A CO., LoufsvIfe,Hadnsburg& Western TAKING No, 5 No. 2 TIME TABLE. EFFECT JULY 20, West Uound Trains Bast nound Daily Daily Dally ex Sun. ex Sun, STATIONS. ex Sun. No. 1 Train. 45 cures disease Without Medicine. u DaTlv ex Sun No. 2 No. e 11 SOnn Lv Irvlngton Ar 9 30am 12 10pm liarncld 835 Harned UZ3 815. 12 42 Ilardinsburc 760 118 Kirk 715 130 Jolly 705 148 Glendeane 6 44 Demnster 165 6 34 215pm arPallsitoiighlv 6 14am 250 uocavaio 664 302 Ruth 629 314 Asklna 6 21 329 Oaks 600 400pm ArPordsvilleLv 4 45am '!i ffl Vox No. 4-- 0, Augusta, Me THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AIH LINE, (h&. A ST. h. R. R.S We axe prepared to supply Lumber promptly in large or small lots, for all purposes. HERON & 00. OLOVREPORT, KY LUMBER Rev. F. C, iKlolmrt, Now York, which tliorn In llio C. Cert uln Corn Curo' wont mercifully remove." St. Louis, SHORTEST, QUICKEST And best like to AND ALL POINTS Evansville July 31, 1892. n West and Tima-Car- South-Wes- t. Effect d is Trado-Mark-- write: "A corn on lliuttoaC.lin Menu, ' C. Lv. Louisville 8:05 a.m. ..8:15 p.m. ..4:19 p m Arr St. Louli 720 pm ...6:46 a m BtditI1U lt20 ,...10i00p. For further Information, call on or addreir ' " R.A.CAMPBELL, Oan'l Pan. Ag't, St. Louli, Mo. J. B CAMPBELL. D. P. A. LouIitII1.Kt City Ticket Office, S. W. Cor. Third Mala St., tLouiylllo, Ky s Jfcv i IWHBIWIIIU .iJLTMIMWBn Jlftj. u, 4Jfr n. s , iJWfilil hill1' i(idrf fflW&fr&-'Jr&f-nt- ijv ;Tgt'- - "I I 43!sPf?P5IB5j5 T ,r , sjanyRc v i atWMMMNMmMMiMla ',l.'iVWI)if t i ,. A. 'fc k ,',lB'',IM'l',''"""MMMWWWMM.WMMft mmimmmmm W .1 .' Iir: . s y Mrr ll ! - THE BRECKEKRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1893. FYOE . ,1 i. ' ' ,v,i OJL r J .VOL. XVIII. D ;N0.,13.,: m s-J THE t i BENOH-LEGQE- 1 Siwukln' .!. nv kuornb num. y n - a name that arotc Soine.tolkt called From hli nredlipoltlon to rhronlc reoci Hut rouncliU ambition, he couldn't be Je.u Ycr bet yer he got lhar on all hla four feett hnntln' an roch, Mo' ilorea hit omc forte like bother him much; Itut the uporti o' the field didn't a plalndorff, an' contented to be lie wut lent On neaccnble. terms with the nelKhbon an' me; ndlorR, my lle'dmntt o' me vinuetan-nnr- j him Sooner, bench-leKR1- 1 tivc - " i- : 1 ; . r-- i s i i nue I" When 1 tickled the back ot Hut lycel w , a TlewiKlnnRlnlhebar'I likeyoulyce oufihlor bS ' urej' " Ills color wuiyallera. ever Ills tail, curlln' upward, was long, loose a"' -. . ... .... (I'"i I. When he didn't wag it, why tnejian uwaB(!cu I, thintl pup d Ills legs wu so crooked, my Wuziii tall slttln' down as lie wnr sta,ndln' up I He'd He by the stove of a night an' regret 3 he various vlttles an' things he had ct; When a stranger, most likely a tramp, come .along, IleM lift up his voice In significant song Yoitjjwondered, by guml how there ever wuz i jspicc. In that bosntn o' his hls'n to hold so innch bnli! bench-legged . Uacd to fiddle an' aqulrm, and B'"'t how .... ,.--.r bench-legge- 8h It: f : Of daytimes he'd sncik to the road an' lie down, An' tackle the country dorgs coinln' to town; Jly common consent he wua boss In St. Joe, I'or what he took hold of he hevcr let eo An' a dude that come courtln' ourgirl left a slice Of his whitellannel suit with our - ' Jfycel j " He nut good to us kids when we pulled at his Ifur Or twisted his tall he would never demur; He stemed to enjoy all our plav an' chair, For his tongue ud hang out an' he'd lafl an' he d " An'once when the Hobart boy fell through the He nut drug clean ashore by that Ifycel Wo ill Jieve our choice, an' you, like the ret, Allow that the durg which you're got Is the best; Iwouldn't give much for the boy 'at grows up iTWIjJljTo friendship subslstin' 'tween him and a bench-legged bench-legged i N t - When aVsller gits old- -I tell you It's nice . , . :il lycel ToMitnk of hl vouth an' his bench-leg- g To SlnkClhe springtime wav back in St. Jocf-flf- lhe pjrl trees abloom and the daisies ablowjt To think otthe play In the meddcr an' grove, When little legs wrestled nn' little han's strove; To think nf the loyalty, valor an' truth 4, , Of'ijic triendships that hallow the season ofl . youtht The Advertising Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always .within tho bounds of reason because it is true; it always appeals to the sober, common sense of thinking people because it is true; and it is always fully substantiated by endorsements which! in tho financial world would bo accepted without ri" moment's hesitation. , I and along shore lie found oysters In plenty. Ono of lltasailors probably mistrusting thoj captain's Intentions, hod secretly 'furnished tho l)oy with a sheath-knlfe- , and a handful somo matches, a of salt. It was about 10 o'clock in tho forenoon when Luko was left oshoro. Before night ho had satisfied his hunger for tho first' tlnfe" in weeks, and built himself a shelter'. tThaWwas his introduction to a CruBoo llfo which lasted till tho 11th of October. 'During the six months no ono landed at the island and ho saw no sail within three of four miles. His bill of faro consisted of fruits, berries, roots, oysters, fish and wild onions. Ho caught several turtles, but not knowing how to prepare them ho could not use them. Now and then to vary his diet, ho killed a bird, but tho only species ho could lay hold of were rather rank in taste. The 8th day of August was a memorable day to Luko Smith. A heavy sea had been beating ou tho west side of the island for two days previous, and tho tides had also been unusually higher along the jvvestrn shore)1 just, at average high-watmark, was a continuous bluff llvo or six feet high. As Luko walked along the beach on tho forenoon of the 8thrwith the tide out, ho noticed that this bluff had been badly cut into in places. At ono spot a great tree had and carried off by tho been waves, and as the boy looked into the hole thus left ho biiwm what appeared to be a wooden box. ab3ut sixteen inches square." It took all'his strength to lift it out on the, sands, and searching about ho'Boon .discovered four moro just like It. d cedar boxtB, and TlioyVero" thoy wero full of gold and silver coins, and had been buried thero for twenty years or moro. Tho money was nearly all Spanish, and counted up about $9,000 to the box. Who buried it will never be known, but there aro those who connect it with a Cuban filibustering expedition of years of wild fruit in tho woods, ,11m fish-lino er d irori-boun- THE SYMPATHY OF RELIGION. Col, Thomas W, lllgginton'saddress Parllment of Heliglon. before the ago. Hood's 1'n.u euro liver ills, stipation, billiouaness, jaundice, headache, indigestion con- sick k; - .1UKE SMITH'S FORTUNE How a Louisville Lawyer Got His Start in Life. If you look at your school map3 .you will notice that tho State of Floridia projects out into the ocean like a great thumb, and that off its southern limits, in what is known as tho Straits of Flor-dithere aro a dozen or moro islands. Some of theso aro inhabited by fishermen and and some aro not visited once a year by anybody. Some of the islands are only banks of sand, with hero and thero a shrub or trco, whljo others are covered with vegetititfn and aro veritable gems of tho sea. ' In. tho spring. of 1073 a boy fourteen years of age, named Luko Smith, who was an orphan and had lived sovpral yearsat Columbus, Ky., managed to make his way down to Now Orleans on a steamboat. Ho was disappointed in finding anything to do after his arrival, and for two or three weeks lived by begging on tho streets. Ueing threatened with for this, and being now as anxious ,to leavo the city as ho had formerly been to reach it, ho hid himself away on board of a small schooner loaded for Charleston. He did not discover himself to tho crew until ho was near perishing with hungor and thirst. The schooner had a small crow and the boy could have been of use, but both tho captain and mate treated htm in the most shameful manner. He was flogged and cuffed until ho tried to jump overboard to escape his persecutors, and tho food ho got was hardly enough to sustain life. The only offonso ho had committed was in hiding aboard, but tho officers, who wero both hard drinkers, looked upon this as a crime punishable almost with death. They would probably haVo "driven him to suicide but for tho interference of tho crew, who threatened to report their conductand their cruelties' as soon as they entered port. This made them let up a littlo, but it also set thorn to planning. Learning that thoy might got into the clutches of tho law if they carried Luko to Charleston, whore ho could make a complaint, thoy determined to maroon him. A course was steeercd for tho cluster of islands montioned, and on reaching them tho captain had himself and Luko . pullod ashore on pretense of seeing somo a, shell-gatheturtle-catchers, lux-urant v st shell-gatherer- s. Luke Smith was taken off tho island by a revenue cutter on tho dato I have named, and of courso his money went 'with'him. Hrfd it been almost any other craft ho would probably have been robTho captain of bed of a goodly portion. tho cutter not only landed him at Pensa-colbut stood by him until tho courts appointed a legal guardian. Luke was at once sent to school, and y he is in due time to college, and ono of the brightest lawyers in Louisville Thp captain who left him on Doubloon Island, as it is now called, expecting him to die of starvation, heard of the treasure find as did hundreds of others, and it was said ho never got over boi.ig mad to his dying day. Detroit Free Press. to-da- a, Was the Infanta Pretty? An Iowa lady answered this query thus: Sho had a loyoly complexion but no better than all my girls have since they began to uso Park's Tea. It is wonderful how pretty thoy loek now. A. It. Fishor, druggist. f V At Chatamanga. Capt. Sam K. Cox returned Saturday from Chlcamauga, tho sccno of tho bloodiest battlo of the lato war, where ho went under a commission from Governor Brown to aid in locating tho exact position held by each of tho commands of the armies on tho two bloody days of the memorable battle. Tho other Commissioners from this State were: Capt. Wallace Herr, of Owensboro, Col. J. II. Waller, A. T. Pul-leMaj. J, S. Clarko, Judge John S. Tuttle and Col. It. M. Kelloy. The various spots of interest on tho battle-fiel- d are being marked and are being erected to the heroo of both armies who fell thero. Tho exact spot where Gen. Ben Hardin Helm was killed was located by the Commissioners and will bo marked by a suitable monument. has been made a The battle-fielNational park and is in charge of a commission composed of a commissioned pfllcer from the United States 'Army, a Confederate volunteer soldier and a soldier from tho ranks of tho Federal volunteers. Capt. Cox speaks in tho highest terms of tho progress of the work of beautifying the historic field, and he predicts that when the plans of tho commission havo been carried out, it will bo ono of the most beautiful and attractive spots About, threu hundred, in tho South. men aro engaged constantly In improving and beautifying tho grounds. Hartford Herald. n, raou-umen- ts d z "Put Money in Thy Pnrse." How? Save doctor's bills. Always keep on hand a bottlo of thut finest of remedies, Dr. Halo's Housohold Cough Curo to allay tho first irritation caused by a cold. Don't think you cau fix up as good when for25c.or 60c. you can have tho result of years of practicd and 6xporicnco oxpended in making this preparation absolutely tho best. For sale by Short & Haynes. i The, island that tho captain had was about tlvo miles from lier nearest neighbor, and entirely uninhabited. It was only about a mile across in some-thlngju- st - any direction, but fairly well woodeA and contained a fine spring of Jrceh water. Shortly aHcr getting ,n(p thp vood,; out of slgbt'of tho sailors J'nvtUo yawl, tho captain informed Luko that ho was to be left there, and threatened to kill him if ho attempted to' regain the boat. Luke was rather pleased than otherwise, and the captain finally showod up on the beach and reported tho boy to hayo ., run away from him atitl concealed Thp bo?1 was 'ordered' to pull, off at once, and when Luko Smith trept down1 to' tho beach it was to behold 'the schooner three or four miles distant. T .a first thing be did, as he afterwards told me, was to hunt forfresh water. He not only found the spring, but an abundance hlra,-pelf- ' Teaohers' Association. The Cloverport Magisterial District Association will meet in the Public School blnldlng at Cloverport, on Saturday, Oct, 21, 1893. Following fs tho program s iteiiilng Advanceltctdlng . . Mss Kuby Ryan Arithmetic Percentage , , . . Sherman Bali Grammar Analysis. . , . . Luella Wheatley Some 1'olnts In Geography Geography . . . . a . . . . . . . . . I. II. I.osrsn Stelhods of Teaching. . .Julia Hurry JUSinrv Spelling Methods of Teaching. , .SaDle l'ejkins jiasuum Writing Analysis of Letters. Samuel Tucker Circulation Physiology Cpinpontlon principles of Uxprcsslon norasnumiu Forma pf GovernCivil Government . John lllythe ment Hnsa Allen Declamation ....,a i. .j. ....'... MXrv .t,f,,rt,i,4 Mooruan, i' 1'rcs. In tho samo way a recent English rrnvnlnr in TIiHior nftnr ilnenrliilnV nn idol room filled witli pictured of battles between hideous fiends and equally hideous gods, many hcadcdvaud many armed, says: "But among all theso rcpulsivo faces of degraded typo, distorted with ovil passions, wo saw in striking contrast hero and thero an imago ot tho contemplative Buddha, with beautiful, calm features, puro and pitiful, such as thoy havo been handed down by painting and sculpture for 2000 years, and which tho Laman (priests) with all their perverted Imagination havo never ventured to chango when designing an idol Of the Great Incarnation. The need of this high exercise of'tllo imagination is shown oven by the regrets of those who, in their devotion to pure science, aro least willing to share it. CL0VERP0ET HIGH SCHOOL. Tho penalties of a total alienation from tho religious life of tho world aro perhaps so vcrer than even thoso of super- Roport for the Month Ending Oct. G, I FOUNDED ON nELIOIOUS TOI.KKATION. 1803. P When In 1788 tho Constitution of the stition. CItlESOF I) ns pa nt. Ignited States was adopted, and n comI knpw a women who, passing in early memorative procession of 5000 peoplo 121 Number girls enrolled childhood from tho gentleness of a Ro124 Number boys enrolled took placo in Philadelphia, then tho 245 Wholo number Dtiplls scat of government, a placo in tho tri- man Catholic convcnt.to a soverly EvanAverage daily attendance.. . .105 umphal march was assigned to tho gelical boarding school, recalls distinctly 17 Average daily absenco how sho used in her own room to light 3 clergy, and tho Jewish rabbi, of tho city Per cent of attondanco or12 Number cases tardiness walked between two Christian ministers, mdtchcsnnd smell of tho sulphur, in Vi Number visitors to show that tho now republic was der to get used to what sho supposed to be her doom. Time and tho grnco of Honorablo mention is mado of pupils fpunded on religious toleration. It saved her from who attend regularly, aro of good de. seems strange that no historical painter, God, as sho thought, such terrors at last, but what chance of portment and aro proficient In the up to this time, has selected for his To entitle a themo that fino incident. It should removal has tho gloom of tho severe branches of study pursued. agnostic of tho Clifford of Amberlcy name upon tho role of honor the pupil have been perjetuated in art, liko the not bo landing of the Pilgrims or Washington typo, who looks upon a univorso impov- must bo present every day ; must erished by the" death of Deity? tardy ; must be of good deportment ; and crossing tho Deleware. And sido by Clifford must make an average scholarship of 75 The puro and side wltji it might woll bo painted tho said: "wo havo seen the spring sun shino per cent. twin event which occured nearly 100 empty heaven upon a soulless years later, In a Mohammedon country, but of an Itoll or Honor. lonli-nes- s, in 1875 Ismaol Pacha, then Kno-diy- o earth) and wo havo felt with utter when HIGH SCHOOL DKPAItTMENT. that tho Great Companion was of Egypt, colebrated by a processThird Year Forest Moorman, Nellie ion of 200,000 people tho obsequies of dead." "In giving it tip" (the belief Simons. Mary only daughter, iii God, and immortality), wrote Viscount tils beloved and Second Year Olivia Fallon, placed the Mohammedon priests and Ainborloy, whom I know in his generous Ryan. Christian missionaries together in thq and enthusiastic youth, with that equally First Year Marion Bowmor, Ernest and morp gifted wife, both procession,, on tho avowed grqund that, Boyd, Fredrick D'Huy, Wallio Lishen, to bOjrqtnovcd by death, "wt) they served the same God, and that ho so.soon Willio Mullen, Lndosca May, Amil uroTes.ignlng,a balm ifor, tho wounded desired for his (laughter's soul tho prayOelze, Austin Popham, Pearl Perrigo, spirit, for, which it would bo hard to find ers of all. Riedel, Rosa Ryan, Albert all the repertories of Herbert Maggio Skillman, Jessio Willis, During tho interval between these two an equivalent in treasures of philgreat symbolic acts, the world of thought scienco and in all tho James Witt. osophy." was revolutionized by modern sclenco, OltAMMEll DEPARTMENT. is in escaping this diro tragedy in It and tho very fact of religion, tho very Sixth Grade Anna Ilambleton, Jane hollo ving that what wo'ceaso to hqld by existence of a divine power, was for a Hambleton, Eddio Montgomery, Robert knowledge we can at least retain by time questioned. Science rose, Uko tho Witt, Ernest Popham. that tho sympathy of religion Fifth Grade Ella Ahl, Shelby Conrad, cagedjAfreet in tho Arabian story, and sympathy comes in to help aL That filled tho sky." Then, moro powerful Joo Fallon, Walter Graham, Jennie Loukindred aspiration of tho than the Afreet, it accepted its own lim- unites tho don, Ella Popham, Lillian Sippol, Moorhuman race. No man knows God: all itations, and achieved its greatest man Willis. strivo with their highest powers to triumph in voluntarily reducing its INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. and wo need in create him by aspiration; claims. Supposed by many to have Fourth Grade Ida Hampton, Ruth vast effort not tho support of single religion forever, it now offers to this Haynes, Nora Perlgo, Anna Lilian, sect alone, liko Roman Catholics or BudGracio Plank, Muriel Gregory, Carl dethrone itself and to yield placo to dhists, but the strength and sympathy of imaginative aspiration a world outsido Lishen, Warfield Collins, Isadora Poptho human race. What brings us hero of science as its superior. This was ham, Charlie Zirklo. today? what unites us? but'that wo are done most conclusively when Prof. Tyn-dal- l, Third Grade Charlie Lalleist, Dora altogether seeking after God, if haply wo at the closo of his Belfast address, Berry, Willio Ahl, Georgo Windelken, may find him. David Murray, John Newton. uttered that fino statement, by which ho We shall find him, if wo find him nt PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. will perhaps be longest remembered, oponlng each for all, Individually; by Second Grade Warren Hicks, Carlton that religion belongs not to the knowing himsolt tho barrier between the created powers of man, but to his creative powers. Gregory, John London, Bessio Long, and the creator. If supernatural infallig sontence. Maggie Wroe. It was an bility is gone forever thero remains what NO MIDDLE GROUND. First Grade Everett Zirklo, George Stuart Mill called with grander baptism Downs, If knowing is to bo tho only religious rhlllp Downs. Leonard Gregory, supernatural hopes. It is tho essence of standard, thero is no middlo ground, beArthur Gregory, Jim Hicks, Willio Long, a hopo that it can not bo formulated or O'Brien, Efllo McMannaway, tween the spiritual despair of tho more organized, or mado subject or condition-- , Benjamin merging of one's agnostic and tho utter Bello McMannaway. al on tho hopes of another. All tho vast J. II. Looan, Supt. individual reason in some great organmechanism of any schomo of salvation ized church tho Roman Catholic, tho or religious hierarchy becomes powerGreok Catholic, the Moharamodon, tho less and insignficant besides tho homo in pensions and suspensions; Buddhist. But if human aspiration, or, aBingle human soul. Losing tho supin other words, man's creative imagina- - port of any organizod human faith wo Statistics of the Pension Bureau's tion is to bo tho standard, the humblest becomo possessed of that which all faiths Work the Past Year. individual thinker may retain tho escollectively seek. Their joint fellowsence of religion, and may, moreover, ship gives moro than tho loss of any sinOct. 10. Tho Speaker "Washington, havo riot only ono of thoso vast faiths, gle fellowship takes away. Wo aro all but all of them at his side. Each of engaged In that magnificent work de- laid before tho Houso today a communito thom aone is partial, limited unsatis- scribed in tho Buddhist "Dhammapada" cation from Secretary Smith, replying a Houso resolution requesting informafying. or "Path of Light." "Make thysolf an tion as to tho number of invalid pensions Among all these vast structures of island; work hard, bo wise." If each spiritual organization thero is sympathy. could make himself an Island there granted during tho year ending Septemthe number of claims reject1, It lies not in what they know, for thoy would yet appear at last abovo theso berand 1893, numbor susponded. Tho intho aro alike, In a scientific sense, in know- waves ot despair or doubt a continent ed formation submitted is compiled by Coming nothing. Their point of sympathy fairer than Columbus won. missioner Lochron, and shows that tho lies in what thoy have sublimely created numbor of invalid pensions granted durthrough longing imagination. In all Eefined Cruelty. 7 say Wllkins abuses his wife ing tho period was 65,224, of which faiths is tho samo alloy of human "Thoy these wero under tho act of 1800,and 0,187 shamefully." superstition, the same fables of miracle "The deuce he does! Ohy, he doesn't under tho general law. Tho number of and prophesy; the same signs and wonappear to bo a brutal follow at all. What like claims rejected during this period ders; tho same perpetual births and does ho do, beat her?" was 50,702 ; 48,343 of them being under In point of knowledge all aro "O, no. Ho waits until after thoy got helpless, in point of credulity all puerile; seated in tho theatre and then tells her tho act of Juno, 1890, and 8,359 being upder the general law. in point of aspiration all sublimo. All that her hat isn't pn straight." Tho number of claims of this class susseek niter God, if haply thoy might find "Jl utU do itr pended during tho same time wss 12,371 him. All, moreover, look round for "It will do itt" ip,782 wero under the act of some human life moro exalted than tho protcstedamem- - of which 1890, and 1,589 under tho general la as. 1,ai- - nf fhn fnmllv highrest which may bo takon as God's wero est rdloctlon. Terror leads them to Jl V that had long Thoso under tho genoral lawperiod, susand Aboon afflicted pended during tho whole imagine demons, hungry to destroy but wr- - v rfloL with a caso of thoso under tho act of 1890 wero sushope creates or them rodeomors mighty c N consumption. F pended in tho months of May, Juno, t6 savo. Buddha, tho princo, steps, from Reference vr o, s July and August, 1893. station; Jesus, tho carpenter's son, Fen-ncr- 's his had to Dr. In conclusion Mr. Lochran says that from his, and both givo thoir lives to'tho Golden Re-llof 'Tlnn lit had it is proper to add that, pursuant to the of man. That tho good thus scrvico act of March 1, 1893, tho ponsions of p'revalls abovo the evil is what makes boon expressed that t would curo conTho protesting member had persons who aro icsldlug outsido of overt tho conventional and es- sumption. the Invalid.tho frequont vUlts religion witnessed tablished religion a step forward, not of tho Doctor, and had accompanied the tho jurisdiction of tho United States "trips'South.'' Had noticed tho heetlo lmo bcon suspended, since tho first (f backward, In tho history of man. flush," tho "nervous lrriUtlon," tho July, 1893. Of tho 10,082 cases suspendAND TEAK. DBTWEENHOrE 'constant cough" tho "profuse expec- ed under tho act of Juno 27, 1890, Every great .modircval structure in toration." has boon resumed in 0,072 coses to seen tho discontinuance Christian Europo recalls in its archi- of He had alsotho administration of Dr. all these Octobor 7, 1893. tecture the extremes of hopo and fear. Fcnner's Golden Relief, followed by tho restoration to perfect health, and ha Abovo the main doors of the Cathedral tho Golden Relief was what had For a lame back or for a pain in tho of Notro Damo, in Paris, strango figures know It. Ho was " honest and fearless done side or chest, try saturating a pleco of imnrisioned by one arm In tho stono enough to toll tho truth." Cures also Balm colic, slrv with agonized faces to ge.tut aorethroat, bronchitis, and alldysentery, flannolwlth Chamberlain's Pain parts. sores In andbinding.it onto tlio affected bruises, burns, cuts deyiis sit upon, wickcu Kings anu priests; fact, Inflammation In any form or place This treatment will curo any prdjnary after tho last judgment demons like from a com to a consumption. No intrpop oj the cpndomned, flammation no corn, no inflammation no cose in ono or two days. Pain Balm also still including kings and priests, away. consumption. One tahlespoonful dose cures rheumatism. 50 cent bottle for salo cures La Grippo. Never disappoints. If Yet naturo triumphed over all these satisfaction not given, money refunded. by A. R.J'islior, Cloverport and Witt A Meador, Hardlnsburg. fetters, and I remember that between Take a bottle home , high-minde- d high-minde- d Sol-bri- g, ed epoch-makin40,-05- It is interesting to think, as a result of his great labors and youi sympathy, that nil over this land probably hundreds of pulpits were making this Parllment of Religions thoir topic for discussion yesterday. All over this land thero wero discussions varying in a rang'o only to bo equaled by tho rango of tho Parllment itself. Somo of thoso discussions had n breadth and a grasp, no doubt, worthy of th61r subject; others among thoso had a concentrated narrowness and pettiness which could only bo illustrated by what n Washington lady said about tho English statesman, Mr. Chamberlain, after hie residence thero. "Ho is a nice man," sho Bald, "but ho doesn't know how to dance. Ho takes stops so small that you'd think ho had practiced Amid on,anostago stamp." Laughter all' that range of discussion how few tfiero probably were who recognized that this is, after nil, not tlfo first American Parllment of Religions, but that tho first Parllment was coincident with tho very foundations of this Govcrnmontand w;as accepted in illustration of its workings. of ono of the chief devils, whllo I observed it, a swallow had built Its nest and twittered securely. And not only did humbler naturo thus triumph beneath tho free air, but within tho church tho beautiful faco of Jesus showed tho victory of man over his the horns fenrs. CAN YOU READ AND WRITE? i N i ilr- .ill . it U, Then read this "ad." and wrlto a letter to LEVY'S Third and Market, Louisville. Mention this SPECI A L PROPOSITION to wearers of CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS, HATS and SHOES When you need anything in our lino send the amount of money which you want to spend for the article desired and state plainly what you want. YOU'LL GET IT by return express and if tho cost amounts to $5 or more the express will bo PAID BY US for 200 miles from Louisville. If goods fail to please, money will bo refunded. What's tho matter with laying in your fall supply this way? CITY STYLES in the country and delivered to you free Try it ! 1 ARE YOU LOOKING '. . , -. FOR BARGAINS. HSv Do you want to savo 25 cents on tho dollar. Wo havo tho goods. They were purchased right. Wo aro going to sell them. Don't let somo ono tell you wo givo short Wo weight, or that they arc inferior goods. know what we aro about. If wo loso money it is our fault, not yours. Having purchased Beard & Beolcr's stock which wo will soil at greatly reduced prices, in order to mako room for our lino of Fall and Winter GS- - IK Which wo aro constantly receiving. O O D : S Don't fail to come and sec. us, wo will show you them with pleasure, and muko your heart feel good when you buy a pur of our -- $1.50 Shoes ! :- - That look well feel woll and wear well, and when you como to look you will stay to buy, and go away pleased and satisfied, Is tho motto of your friends, KAYE, MATTINGIY & HOBE HARDINSBURG, KY. BBBHBHSSEB SAM'L KAY. 110BURT P. HAItE. O- - B- - TTsTIEailEilEiX-alEIEWITH e, Crescent - Totacco - Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. Eighth and Main Streets, from 803 to 811- - LOUISVILLE KY. With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free, Jobff Printin Pamphlets; Checks, , Bill Heads, Note Heads, Statements. Letter Heads, Finished at this office in the latest style. X Can You flake MiL 4 08TIS QUSTITr. BISTUqCiUTt. -- ,J PB ' a Dress? WORMS! WHITE'S CREAK 3,-8- pay-mo- nt 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. QUEENSWARE. r VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Romedlos. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. frtp.rfil kr HiriliRDSO FOR 20 YEARS SOLD EVKItYWHERK. HIDICI5S IX).. ST. 10CIS. SULZER'S. to-da- If "O. O. O. Cortnln Chill Curo retnnonts left, and aro closing out at Is not tlio boat remedy you havo over cost. We will mako it to your intorost your ' used for Chills and Favor inonoy will ho refunded. to call. Rabbage's. Pleasant to take. Prlco CO cte i Now is your timo to purchaso Queens-war- e and Glasswaro, wo ha'o a fow ..V M.i ,, - y.M J6JL 'jjlf M,S-- .l udtf ZJ v - . i kjlitl'., , ,.. jU "statft-- A ' 2 Breckenridge I ' McDANIELS. Llcensod to marry, John Win, Mlllor I BRANDENBURG. Miss Lusottlu Hendrick ; Albert II to L, H. & W. TIMfr TABLE. Mr. II. T. Haynes lias gone to" Mont Mr. Cli'as. JarbrJe was In Loulsvillo Inst WEDNESDAY, OCTODKR 18, 1893'. Newman to Miss Mary E. "Washington ; DOING WMT. week. Passenger Dally rr. IUrdlnibnrgl2t42 p.m. Itnlph Lucas to Miss Fannlo Lora Dunn ', pelier, Itid., to drill. 001110 CAST. Jao, D, k V. 0. Bsbbags, Editors nd Froprlst'n Rev. B.A. CiindifThas returned from Mrs. Bland accompanied Mr. Bland to Passenger Dallj rr. Hardinsburg.. 7i50 a.ra J IJ. Glasscock to Mire Vittlo It. Butler ; Elkton. and had n delightful trip. Thomas W, Marlow to Mis Arinlo May j , t r 1... Ml, i. A: T. Local Tlmo Cnrit. Mrl Bob Parpon was nVCavo Sping The best grades of coffee. W. I). Har- Fulls, Wm. H. Dooleylo Miss Louisa ' Miss Agnes Malin is established In V .42 a.m. Mail nJ Express going Kit Sunday. din. Robards. -- 10.38 a.m. ' West Loulsvillo wooing the God Orpheus. 8.00 p.m. " East Mr. lloraro Hunter was In Leitchfield lilirsu visiting in LouisMiss Ella Smith is Democrats met at tho court house last Miss Montgomery. Amsterdam, Ind.. .. MS p.m. ' " West ' J j(t Friday night for tlio purpose of selecting was a guest of Miss Pearl Ditto's List last wq'k. , i i 11.3 J a.m. ville. " Bait night i.ooi Mr. Plnminor Glnscock nnd wife are on " - 9.20 a.m. " WMt candidates Jcthacityttkcs to be filled week. the elek list. ItTfrovomber. There was a good crowd Charley Beard was in town last week, Mrs. Harrol is visiting her son, Mr. Sulzer's out showing a pretty lively Interest in but will go to Louisville this week on John Moore. Ovorcoata all kinds and bIz.-s- . Dr. Milton Board was business. tho proceedings. Clovtfport. I Mr. Lou Glascock has purchased Dr. called to tho chair and Jesse Whitworth DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Mr. Geo. Ycakel was greatly as much McMullln's cart. Born, to tlio wife of Mr. J. E. Monarch, was chosen secretary. Tho object of the charmed with mighty Chicago as tho Oct. 12, a boy. was Mr. Mat Jarboc, of meeting being stated, nominations were 1'OIt STATE SENATOIl hero Friday night. Miss Annie Jones hus gone to tlio In order. Tho namo of Mr. Will Hook Fair exhibit. A. J. GROSS. Bro. Cherry preached lost Sunday and Mr. John Mercer is in Hardinsburg World's Fair. was placed in nomination for police Turnips, cabbago and sweet potatoes. judge nnd Mr. Hook secured tho prize mado a most favornbio impression upon this week on tlo jury. FOIl IIKI'HKSKNTATIVB ' ! Mr. Joe Glascock nnd wifo attended without any ncrious opposition. Tlio tho congregation. W. B. Hardin. , . MIKE DULLER. Mrs. J. W. Itiehnrdfon nnd Mh-- Jen- services at Cavo Spring Sunday. position is an honoraulo and lucrative See our lino of ladies' fall drew goods. Mr. Bill Hunter and family were at nie Hardin will leave for Holt Thursday, ono nndMr. Hook may feel complimentKOU SCHOOL hUI'KltlKTKNDKNT Sulzer's, Cloverport. Mr. Horace Hunters this week. ' W. MILLER. ed if he gets there on tho final home to visit Mrs. Virgil Hardin. JAS. Boy's suite largo stock to select from. Mrs. Jim Glascock is nt Long Grove stretch. Tho next nomination was that Miss Nellio Lewis chaperoned n merry Sulzer's, Cloverport Wk nre not saying much about Hint for tho office of city marshal. Tho name crowd of children in n ramble hi the visiting her mother, Mrs. Rogers. Messrs. Kayo & Hoben got their stock of G. D. Brown, tho present Incumbent, Tlio Mr. Wm. McDonald lias had several little air.ilr over nt Indianapolis. woods last Sabbatli afternoon. of goods opened up lust week. hard chills and is still quite sick. Republicans are tlio 7 and that of Mr Gerald were presented Levy Court was In session three days. Kenny, littlo son of Mr. Jim Cnrwilo Mr. Bion Jolly and wife, Bewloyville, to the meeting. Mr. Brown was the fav- A eottago will be built on the TiiKHE are loo many Democrats in this has been suffering with his lungs. were visiting hero this week. orite of n majority of tho Democrats farm for the reception of paupers. town. Tlio offices won't go round and Mr. Anderson, who has been quite low Mr. Godfrey Haswell visited tho present aud tho nomination for city of course there is a scramble. Mrs. Jimmle Ditto was quite ill on last with Typhoid fever Is some better. was given him. Mr. Gerald, ago. marshal World's Fair obout a week Dr. Wells gave the closest Mr. Coke was compelled to bo in Harof Sunday. Ernest Henderson compromised his however,- showed up with , a number The friends of Mr. K. Frank Wnrlield, and she is now bettor. dinsburg Monday, so wo had no school. and it was thought 'that if ho medical attention backgis in this city, will bo glad to learn Hint he suit against tlio railroad for $135. Mr. Chas Jnrboo Is now receiving new The Court of Claims allowed poor had taken the thing iu time that he has been retained in the Kentucky NatMr, J. 'Allen, peannOwcnsbproAwas mig1it?hvevWorficd'Bfown for tho nom- Uncle Billy Miller forty dollars. Ho is a goods daily nnd has some very nice ional ISank. here last week aVtending Circuit Court. ination more than lie did Tlio nomina worthy object of charity and honesty ones. I'oinpey Roberts, colored, has mado tions for councilinen were mado without itself. Mrs. 11. Critchlow, who has been quite is predicted by many that tho workIt ing of the new jury law will bo found $150 this summer on. watermelons, alone,, oppositlorr-nn-d aro ns follows: J. It. Hoiu Chas, Blatiford was here last sick for the past six weeks, is slowly imSend 5 centa and get a trial package, of Johnson, D. IL Severs, Pi6f. Shacklett, Thursday, not many Republicans he met, proving. rather complicated and will not be as Messrs. D. Coke, Bob Parsons nnd yoasU Sulzer's, Clover- Stuart DeJemett and Simon McGary. but thoy are our very nicest citizens nnd satisfactory us the law under the old Fleishman's Will Lampion were In Hnrdinsburg was good men. port. system. Tito meeting then adjourned. There Monday. The Democrats will put out a full a good feeling among all those present Misses Mattie Wlllett, Peggy Ditto and HuNTisn down the parentage of Miss Miss "Cretin" Cannon, whohas been Novule up Mr. Riciiard Wlllett, with quite n party and it Is le1ieved the ticket as in l'olla.d's boy baby is certainly making ticket for city olllces to be flllod In quite sick for some lime is still confined ' will go through. hnil ngay Jaunt last Saturday in search of somo pretty lively reading for Col. Breck- ember. to her bed. wild grapt-H- . Wo have the largest and finest winter inridge whether the end bo accomplishMrs. B. A. Cuudifr accompanied Bro. BEWLEYVILLE. onions for salo on this market. "W. B. ed or not. Good breeding Is tho result of nature, Cuudid'to Cave Spring Saturday returnHardin. What is it but a re- ing Monday. Come nnd neo my nico line of business not of education." A copy of the acts of the last LegislaMr. James H. Gardner returned from suits, just tho thing to wear on all occa- gard for tho feelings of others, the Mr. II. Roberts, of Harned, was hero ture did not reach Judge McBealh to be of selfishness. Saturday evening calling on a pretty used during his session of Circuit Court Louisville last week with a now stock of sions. Pretty enough for Sunday, good enough for every dav. Also a nice line Hugh Ditto was robbed of his pocket little blonde. at Hardinsburg But the Judge went on fall goods. The Hying dntchman has opened up of boys and youths suite. Large stock: of book at the .World's Fair ono day last Mrs. Woods, of Wayno county, isnt with the business of the court just the His father, Mr. J. K. Ditto tele- West View visiting her nephew, Mr. for business down on the old Taylor mens, womens ami childrens shoes, of as week. same. good quality, I think as I ever handled phoned him n check. property. Sam llennlfjer. . CoLi.KCTon Powers has at last got into Mr. Harrison Henninger and wifo of Mrs. Isabello Johnson in eastern goods. Much of it as good as Mrs. Ephrnim Wimp is In Owonsborq The caso Hancock with an appointment or two against K L Nowsom for damages was the best custom work. All at close cash to 'see her daughters, Mrs. R. II. Brashpar Lbavo returned from a visit to friends in for U. S. storekeepers and guagers. rates. Don't due me down as it is all and Miss Pearl. Congratulations to Wayno county. Tho boys here feel a little more hopeful dismissed on demurrer. It sold for cash. Chris, Mr. Allison Glascock is slowly improvin the bicycle race. our marked as lbw as can be Men's clothing, for all sizes, see now and uro ready any minute for the I believe this is tho truth, if you believe chilMrs. J W. Richardson went to Louis- ing but ids father nnd two of tho big stock. It w'ill pay you to examine to strike 'em. lightning it come and buy, if not I am more than ville last Wednesday, unlike Mrs. John dren are nowsick. it, Sulzer's, Cloverport. willing for you to stay away. Miss Katie Glascock came homo from Ten thousand men went to work in the Jacob Aster, she takes delight in shopTho Commonwealth failed to make Bringyour eggs, butter, chickens, ducks her school Friday afternoon and visited steel works in the State of out u case against Win. DoWittforresist-in- g iron and ping and is aufait in tho art. turkeys, dried fruit, tallow, veal, calves, at Mr. Lon Glascock's Ohio last week. The railroad strikers an officer at Bock Vale. Mrs. John Frakes Is enjoying herself give you all they are worth Ac. Will Mr. Joe Parsons nnd family wero at compromised their differences, have at her old home in Breckenridge county. Mr. Hunter's Saturday. Mr. Parsons was Miss Ella Smith went to Louisville lost and no more; money matters are getting easier and the Thursday. She will probably visit the Largo opening of dry goods, notions, She was at one timo the popular corres- having somo lumber sawed. great business depression of six weeks pondent from Bewleyvillo to this paper. World's Fair before returning. etc, this week. Messrs. Fred Fraize, Frank Compton ago is gradually passing away. Wo are all hopingStuart R. Young nnd and J. Nick Mercer attended tlio Daof Don't ask for credit. Statement Mr. It G. Hill, Attorney of Owensboro, The Farmer's Bank, of Henderson, has and Mr. Zack Phelp, Ixuilsville, were balances left unpaid sent out the first of Will Grinuell will not be so indiscret as viess county fair last week. to kiss the "Blarney Stone," hut instead . Brother Cundifl" expects to begin ids W. N. Drury, declined to pay the tax upon its property here attending court Monday each month. will sit in tlio "Wishing Chair" in the' protracted meeting at Pleasant Hill tho Cnli Store. as asse&sed by tho city council and will Judge T. 11. McBeath and Mr. Robert Irish village. test the validity of the new law in the E. Woods expect to start lor tlio "World's fourth Sunday in this month. GUSTON. c urte. This strikes at one of the pro- Fair the latter part of this week. Ed. Little Virginia Ditto is better. Mr. Brown, of Hnrdinsburg, nnd his visions of the new constitution and calls Dick Ditto, niece, Miss Brown, of Fonlsvillo, wero nt Holing is improving rapidly Notice All persons knowing themselis vinitiug friends Miss Gallic Cldrkt-ofor litigation on tho subject. is coming along O. K. These bracing Cave Spring Sunday afternoon. ves indebted to me will please come for- in Hardinsburg October days will tone up systems and a Mr. lxl Gray, wife and baby, of HarnWhbn three brick plants employing ward and settle. W. W. Vessels. A. J. Thompson wenton tlio McAuliffe ("W nipping frosts, will scatter malaria. ed, were licro Saturday and Sunday with two hundred men shut down in a town The largest line of ladies wraps and excursion to tho World's Fair. I'm always an enthusiast over home, Mrs. Gray's mother, Mrs. Critchlow. , the bum of this it might bo expected that cloaks in this county are now ready for Bro. Maddox preached last Sunday at Mr. Mat Jarboe came over from Glen-dean- e State, or country victories, lienco I'm rebusiness would bo n little dull. . It is to your inspection nt Sulzer's, Cloverport. Sandy Hill to a largo aud attentive audinnd took a young lady to Cave joicing oxer tho fact that tlio yacht, be regretted that wo haven't public works Don't pass us with your country prc-du- ence. Spring to church Sunday afternoon. Vigilant, has beaten the English that will keep hot steam the best part of Mrs. Kate Hawkins, of near Sample, We will take it all and give you JJr. Hart and Mr. Jim Cnrwilo aro inand the cup is still in tho land the year and keep the laborers em- goods at bottom prices. W. B. Hardin. is visiting tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben clined to think the street parade Thurswhere tho stars and stripes float ploy d. Mrs Kate L. Bennett, Irvington, was Hnrdnwiiy. Miss Bossett, of Wolf Creek-- , was ifd day night equal to Forepaugh's show. Mr. Joe Phillips, of Chicago, was on Many papers in the state are criticis- iiere last week on business connected The first quarterly meeting forMcDan-iel- s judged a lunatic in the County court lost ing Joe Blackburn for tho position lie with the estate of her deceased husband. a visit to his relatives, Mr. G. M. Smith circuit will Vte held nt Antioch the Saturday and sent to the asylum, Oir and family. took in the United States Senate on the first Saturday and Sunday in November. Miss Linnie Haswell, Miss Lillie CoopMiss Kittie Chapel, Big Bend, has sheriff, Mr. Wm. Rliodis took her, acsilver question. Mr. Blackburn it ap er, Mi68 Emma May and Miss Mary Bow-mMr. Ed McDonald, formerly of this been visiting friends and relatives at companied by his daughter, Misses Lilio place, but now of Chatanooga, Tenn., is pears did not represent the will of his left for the World's Fair last Sunand Virgie Rhodes Gust on and Ekron. constituents in the slightest degree in day. hero visiting his father, Mr. Will McDonI'vo seen the photo of my young friend Our clever nnd accommodating oper giving his views on that subject, which ald. was given twelvo Oscar Logsdon She has a purely fact may call for a more accurate settle- months at hard labor in the county jail ator, Mr. C. L. Williams, spent part of Proc Marin's wife. One of our prettiest young ladies wears last week in Spottevillo with his mother Grecian contour, and is said to be lovely ment with Mr. Joseph sometime in a Bweet smile since Mr. J. P. Haswell this term'for shooting into a railroad Mr, In character and disposition. Mrs. S. C. Miss Laura Smith accompanied by future. Jr., has recovered sufficiently to return train. James Mattingly, Louisville, came home Malin stopped over six hours at Mt. homo. Tjik Democrats of Hardinsburg have has paid others it will pay you on tho 8th, tho occasion being Miss Sterling to see her son, Rob. It Wo felt over bo sorry for that young nominated a full ticket for all the town to visit Sulzer's Mammoth Clothing Laura's birth day. All branches of commerce nre picking gentleman when he returned homo after to be elected under their now Houso, at Cloverport, this fall for your officers Mr. It. J, Patteson presented the Gus up. No ush to bo "blue," tho general a long nbsence nnd found his best girl ton hotel with the largest sweet potato outlook is encouraging and prosperity is charter in November, len years ago clothing. away on a visit. hardly have thought of doing they would Mr. Jesse Keys confessed in three of tho season (yet heard of) it weighed approaching as the leaves are turning, Mr. Joe Glascock went to Hardin counsuch a thing for in a measure it would cases against him for selling liquor to a eight pounds. and ere nature dies, business wil. havo ty last Thursday to attend tho Smith chapTho Itepublicans minor and judgment went against have been useltss. Airs. IL J. Lewis, Jr., and little son resumed its natural channel. el meeting while his w ifo remained at Mr. Kendrick, of 'Louisville, returned home then had almost full sway and run the liko successs." R. A. Glascocks. "Nothing succe-dGradually city government themselves. Go down to see Sulzer's big stock of last week after several days visit to her "Succebs is man's God." Chicago is set Dr. Mullin and Mr. Allison Glascock though tho boys gained ground on them clothing and fall goods. The only house cousin, Mrs C. C. Smith. on a pinnacle now and Now York and have their Oregon horses well trained, On tlio night of the 9th Inst., Mr. Gabe and now it hustles a Republican like in tlio county that buys everything tho St. Louis, her sworn enemies nt first, nre while Messrs. ClifT and Newt Bruce are smoke to get a little oflice out there. Meador, of Big Spring, met with the sad ready to pay her homage forcarrylng out farmer raises. training Dr. Hart's horses. accident of losing Ids barn and four the grandest enterprise wo shall ever Old John no longer rules over Dr. M. D. Pumphrey, Jr.,' of West View Thk directors of the World's Fair have horses which were burned. see. Hnrt's yard keeping tho neighbors out given out an official statement to the has shipped a number of barrels of Mrs. Fariuio Campbell, wifo of the I am aware that not being ncqustomed and tho children in but is now the propeffect that the great show has made apples to Louisville this season and re- Kev. Larapbeii, oi icusselivllle, is on a to one's handwriting makes a difference erty of Mr. Albert Howard. enough money to meet all expenses and ceived a fino price for them. visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win Mr1. George Baker, sheriff" of Hancock, Mr. Tom Frank and family and Misses in putting, up letters for publication, pay out of debt and shows up with n Cain, of near Bewloyville. John J'owejl has printed so many of my Delia Hunter and Millie Fraize went to small balance to ite credit in the trea- and Mr. Thomas Baker wife and chilBro. G. C. Overstreet will begin a prosury The fair was nstupenduous under- dren, of Flora Hancock county, were tracted meeting at this place next Sun communications ho reads them at a Daviess county last week to visit friends and attend the Owensboro fa jr. I taking from the start and there were here last week visiting Dr. J. T. Baker. day and will probably he assisted by glance. know too, I write very rapidly, 'Miss Alma Hicks of Louisville, is In Tlio indictments against Fisher Parkhurriedly, all too often, but please-- Mr, many predictions that it would turn out Itev. Joseph Hopper, of Perryville. Compositor don't make me spell wrong Cuneyvillo visiting friends and is exa big financial failure, but tho increased er, George W. Mattingly, Pete Sherran, Among those who attended tlio World's I excuse you .reeiy, pected here in a few days to visit her inteteBt in the attendance for tho last Jim Cox and E. lthodes for disposing of Fair lost week lrom Big Spring were or tniss uso words. Cut my latt letter was fearful. I couldn't father's family nnd other relatives months was far beyond anything antici- property by lottery wvro all dismissed. Mrs. Gabe Meador, Miss Daisy Meador, We learned that one of Gleudeano's Our.Mr. Uunche isat our store eyery pated, and the gate receipts were simply Miss Allieno Jones and Mr. Fred Meador. bo tho child of my dear father and not enormous. People are still flocking to Friday. If you want a suit made to orhave a horror of incorrect orthography. most attractive gentleman is to remain The most of the Meade county Demo-cinl- s Chicago by tho hundreds to get a sight der, call and leave your order and have My letters nre usually beautifully b t up. here in tho store this winter and study who were the sorest over Richardof the big show before it closes finally on your measure taken. Sulzer's, Clover- son's defeat are coming in "case" and Tho attention now paid to tho subject medicine with Dr. R. L. McMulliu. Miss M says shu left her hat at Mr. tho 31. There is but little tlmo now re- port. of feminine physical cultivation nnd deare as all good Democrats should be for Lon Bradley's because it was raining Rev. Mr. Breeding preached his first maining for those who have not attendvelopment, has become a feature pi nominee Jack Gross. the ed and if it is desired to sco quite the sermon at the M. E. Church South last to tho thought and idea of tho times but we are inclined to think she is preIf one wants to secure a bargain in dry paring for next summer's campaign. greatest exhibition in tho whole universe Sunday. There was a good congregation goods now Is the time to visit tho Os- in this country, and is quite tho fad with our advice Is that you had better tnovo. present and the new minister made a borne & Co., stock of goods that is being our girls in large Seminaries and AcaIts more than likely that another hund good impression. closed out at less than cost price by Mr. demies. "A sound body is essential to a red years from now will find you some The trial of the caso of L. D. Addison J. II. Thompson clerk for Tbos. Hamil- sound mind" nnd to participate in athwhat remote from our present lino of against Mr. Haffey in the Circuit Court ton asMgnec. letic sports, enhances beauty of comfrom operattransportation. for damages to ,A drummer remarked in our town not plexion aud preserves various charms of ing n rock quarry, resulted in a verdict long since that it was a fact, strange to person. Thirty years ago, suppose we 8100 Reward, $100. for tho plaintiff" for $103 damages. say, that times were easier on the whole- hud rodo bicycles,' rowed boats, swam, The readers of this paper will be f ho saloon business has not been very sale men in the city during a short crop engaged in out door sporte as girls of the pleased to learn that there is at least one profitable in this town during the past year than they nre with a full yield crop, present day,.- - It Is a great and happy dreaded disease that science has been year judging from tho way a man talked but said ho could not explain why It change and will havo consoqttences of, able to euro in all its stages and that is the other day who has been in the busl-nes- was. the I. I.. I &.1..n to our sex. He said' he didn't care a fig if Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cure is the for "good luck" tho Somo people carry only positive cure now known to tho local option did go into effect, that he left hind foot of a rabbit, but the latest Committeeman For The Third Pre durcinot. medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con- had barely made expenses no how is a coon's foot, from ah animal that was killed within fifty feet of tho treo on CLovEnroitT, Ky , To tho Democrats stitutional disease, requires a constitu- ing tho past year. tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure .John Alexander, Win. Hawkins and which "John Brown's body" was hung of the Third Precinct, on accouut of the is taken internally, acting directly upon W. II. Elder were appointed jury Com- near "Harmr's Ferry" Virginia. Mr. Ubsonco of W. I. Ramsey your former h alin Taylor carries the aforementioned the blood and mucuous surfaces of tho missioners at this term, to sehct a list of foot and with it accompanies "good committeeman and by recommendation hereby Mr. Anna Sutherland system, thereby destroying the founda- names and draw tho grand 'and petit luck" for he surely "does" tho boys in a of the citizens of said precinct juries for the next term of Court, Judge horse swap, which is his profession. appoint F. N. D'Huy to act in jits place. Kalamaroo, Mich., had welllncs In the neck, or tion of the disease, and giving the W, K Barnes, One of the slickest tricks was perpestrength by building up tlio con- McBeath followed the old law on tho r Louisville Chairman. stitution and assisting nature in doing subject the appliances for carrying out trated on tho Wednesday Jockey Club great suffering. 'When ihe caught cold could not afternoon by grounns on last its work. Tho proprietors have bo much tho new law not having arrived. walk two blocks without fafnUnff. She took a lU of shrewd race course people in tho Heard. Johnny Hoben said last Monday that way of "Ringing'1 a liorso in a raco under faith in Its curative powers, that thoy First Coon Say, who'sunntn' for do offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any case he was too busy to write a new ad for tho assumed namo of "Little Dan" (who And is now free from It all. She has urged to bo nono other than the that it fails to cure. Send for list of Tes- this week. Just say to tho people that was supposed horse Tanner). They easily Mayor's place. take Second Coon Don no nigger, go over, many others tobeen Hood's Sarsaparilia and I'm having a good trade which indicates famous raco but the slick ducks had to Address timonials. they have also cured. It will do you food, won the race F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O, that I have tho goods and at right prices leavo the city chased by the race lourso and as' Barry and Bob Pierce, de'a a HOOO'0 PlLLS Cur all Um IIU, lunJl, runnin' it. officials, or they wouldn't buy them so froely. by Druggists. 76c. WUotuaHi, soot tteeuctii mm altk 1 Aftjgfi ya;W!''i'ifi HXFtDiN5BlRq. NEVq. gwTiifry VEST'S SIX PAGES. f' SHOES t.'jTI L s (I tt V w vv O.U. 1HL. m Y v w 0 lOb Wear Well Look Well ' s&-fco- ftii 5 sSI poor-hous- e - See our Novelties in t -- -- Ohild-rrn'- s Gaps i i IN .i; nb-sen- v5 Leather, s Velvet and WAWUU- - J, 15r3r V rX Jtm v qe. boat,-Valkyri- Mr. JboT. Bradley went to Antioch Stindny. Mr. Bradley and Missis Mattie Glascock and Minnie Garner' were to spend tho day with Mr. Emrn Lampton. The shooting match draws quite a crowd here every Saturday afternoon. Eyen some who will not indulgo in tho gambling are willing to partake of the beef. Hunter, of this place, and Mr. Roberts, of Horned, Miss Rena Roberta, of Harned, and Mr. Bud Butler, of Cavo Spring. We wish them a happy voyage throug h lifo. "Reading tho Rocky Run items, ono . er tin-ne- Things wero ns they sluuid be Saturday evening- Mr. Naco Coomes wore his usual smile nnd. occupied his accustomed seat on the porch In front of tho ' . One would hnvu no cause to complain of poorly worked roads did nil do their duty as well, as Mr. Lawrence Glascock does on the ono leading to Mr. Cap Garners'. Miss Allio Frank, a charming Louisville lady, who has been here visiting her sister, Mrs. John Mercer, returned home last week to the-- grot of her post-offic- e. n .might think the McDaniel's corres pondent was lost. Well, wo aro not inclined to he a "rover" and take In every thing in throe counties so when wo should bo reporting to tho Nkws we are miles uway. Just after mailing my last letter we started with Mrs. B. A. Cundifl" to visit friends in Hardin connty. As we returned tho heavy rain prevented us fording Rough Creek so we remained at Hardin Springs for a few dnjs and wero highly entertained in Mr. Jim Walker's pleasant homo. We also had the pleasuao of spending ono night nt Antioch with Mr. R. A. Glascock's fain- - M " : ' Tax Payers. s cu-li- ar piest man in would be inclined to say Mr. Tom Butler. His wife presenfed him witli a fino boy baby tho 10th of this mouth. Two tcinarkablo things happened here last Monday. A certain lady failed to visit her mother and Mr. Chas. Jarboe went home and cut enough wood to get supper without his wifo having to call him. Put us down with the Brandonburg correspondent "Want to go to tho World's Fair, but can't." No ono could bo found to chaperono a crowd and "Damo Gossip" said we must not go without one. At times wo find somo rather amusing things lu newspapers, especially when stoves are changed tq stones, Oregon horses to homes and Amercer to Moore. Perhaps somo aro inclined to wish there were more, Mercers. Lost. On the Hardinsburg and Leitch field road between McDanlels and An tioch, ahandsome polkn dot ribbon sash, red satin on ono aldo on the other changcnblo silk, red and golden brown Tho finder will bo rewarded by returning it to Miss Leila Cundiif, McDanlels, Ky, Miss Lissio McDpnald, who has been Tax Payers will toko notice, six per M. Moore McDonald left last Tuesday for Paducah, Ky., where ho expecte to cent will bo added from and after Nov. 1 R. L. Nkwsom, accept a position in a Btoro. Mr. Mc- 18fW. City Tax Collector. Donald will bo greatly missed especially post oflice. in the ulMI'U'hlA, ludlffMtlon nml htoniHCb disorders, lake Last Sunday afternoon we tried to llltOWN H IKON HITTICKS. All dealers bottle. count tho Jnrbocs as we returned from trade mars ker p It, Jl perred lines Genuine has and erased on wrapper. Cave Spring but finding what an impossay that tho majority sibility we shall A Valuable Farm for Salo. of them wero there. On Saturdar. December nth. iR... (I. !....- Cun-diConference has closed aud Rev. stcadftrinorthe Ute M.J. Merrer. containing the Forks has returned hero for another year. wo acres, situated In Ky., will be of KouKh, In llreckenrldge county, told at public As far as wo know tlio pastor and mem- sale on inc preinlacs to tne hli;het bidder, d or the price, to be paliTcash In hand, and bers aro well pleased With the arrange-meute- .' the remainder to be paid In equal Installments, payable In one and two Years, the purchaser beSols the News. Ed. ing required to execute bonds lor tald deferred good If you were to ask us to name tlio hap- Eaymentk six with cent, and sufhclent security per interest from date until Breckenridge county, w jo.i ff one-thir- particular address I. N. MKItCRH, McDanlels, Ky. I.C. IlAMSIjy. Leitchfield, Ky., or M. DOW MKKCKK, DuiT.ky. paid. Location of land, i.ild tract ol land Is situated on the Leitchfield and llardiniburo' road, nine miles north of Leitchfield, an; Is regarded as one or the best ranns In Ilreekenndge county. One hundred and sixty or seventy acres of the land are cleared and under good fence and In a high state of cultivation. Description two-stordwelling-hous- e, A first-cla- n Loutalnlng eleven rooms, Is situated oil the land, and a beautiful yard with handsomu shade tries. There is a never falling well In the yard of the best water, lias two good barns and all necessary outhouses. An abundance of stock water all i.ver the farm. Persons wanting a first-clafarm and n beautiful home will do well to be on hand on day of sale. For further A FOR SALE. One store house and lot In the city of Clover port, on nil street adjoining H. C Newsom's oflice. A good business location. For terms ddress KKANK DellAVHN, Hardinsburg, Ky, v Dr. J. L. Moorman, Resident Dentist Olilco with Br. a-A- iw-tie- nt Goitre SmS 40 Years 1 Hood's Sarsaparilia bteBt t?-Ko- ld kinds of Dental work dope and absent for tho past month visiting in guaranteed, Owensboro, Henderson and Calhoun nnd tho World's Fair, returned Ifonio Frldny Ciiildron Hlco night to the delight of her many friends. Certain Chill to talco " O. O. O. Cure," Mr. Robertson, of Daviess county, broth- ant nud guaranteed tho pleaseuro lor er of Dr. Robertson formerly of this lover, Agruo and Malaria Betpluco, accompanied Miss McDonald tor thau Qutnhio. Price 50 cts. home. Buy your Shirts from Ikbbage. Married, at Cavo Spring Oct, 11th at 2 P. M. at the residence of the bride's Thoj;rnud jury attachment of the father, Mr. Forrest Butlor, Miss "Vlte" Butler to Mr. Rob't Glascock. Brother court throwtd up tho sponge last Satur. Cundlir was the efficient clergyman day, Their work will be heard from while the attendants were Miss Ned later on, satis-facti- II CLOVERPORT, KY. J, T. Owen, F.nd el IlrlilKe. EaM fcr " ". A n .''.,' THIS. BREIOKRNRIDGK NRWS, GLOYBRPORT, KY. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Per oil. fr- - 'r I k , o - v W 4 a , & r- - A m. to? 1V '' ing upon her, and tho latter l.uly was responding thueho would tukopleasuroln bring nthtmio In imtiiip.ition of that gratifying event. And ro feminine vnn-It- y ciuaiiintfe a RMPM RED WKnnl Invlf.i thn cunt: nCmCmDCn winllatlrrod on tho ono hand and tho inoot SK1!--" a 1 o rarcltil im toonr rcsponalbll ni.inlybn'.ist dh(piiecd forromodaytto ity nnd tho inurlU of our Tablets. como on tho othcrhy theso rnro opportunities for visiting,, tho dearth of womoorrnioHtto, r o. ..nroN o. rucuaxao anhood upon tha front iir rendering Will completely rietroyt1io(1oMrRfnrTOnAGCO In from .ItoBilnyn. Perfpctlr linrm- young manhood pruciidlly riofaisclcsi. IPA9S ClitmOllOHlCUlinAH.nilflltlllV Itn It Vfn lliniiiniirtiinnF(..ifr.uiulil wiinuiibiuo Kiiowj In nil or thcso interesting' particulars And to faeijitnto thi'i dangerous Btato of cdRO of tho patluut, who will voluntarily stop auioklngor ehowlnff In n mmWWJmW V mW. few Unyg, IT tho elder Dallas manifested n keen dethings the oVrnt .f tho bnll i ppronchedl IIHIINKKNNKKJI fllll M HPUrNE HAfllT ?"!??' ""ome, nnrt ith light, exhibiting a skill in horsemanship iiuuuuuiiuuu uuu mvui uiim uuuii ouiuiiycuori on 1110 nrt or which music nnd tho dance thoo at --s. ktr1 o a inopaucni, uy inousoor our SPECIAL FORMULA GOLD CURB TABLBTS that thoso who wero familiar with his of philosophy wero to finish uuring treatment pntlcnt nro Allowed tlin frro uo of Liquor or A FEW usual rheumatic inodo of progression . mutters nnd put the coup do graco to such tfiiia as they slmll volmitnrlly glvo tlirm up. m. s-kcould Ecnrcoly credit. Ho brought homo l " puuipiiiuiiui Mwiimuiimis irca,anu snail y "t r ,' "w-u- ' " 'tho general infatuation. i Testimonials .w ' fit-Lmm a Lw iiMymnira nuy uy mo with him to dinner at odd times certain Through tho forcsijjht of Bruco nnd hm KruK.au .i Ix'inuMBWIlUllUVUIWCUCIirVU oi inuao iinDUS in comniuniuif --V ..uiiniui usuoi our 1 AIILKTS, know, fromthet tliar high stoppln, but and tho exist men of "dumb nger" tho Kcrnochan, tho best 'room iu tho Half of tho "likeliest" of his companions from persons HILL'S TABLETS nro for salo by nil rmsT class largo limbed, deep chested sons of tho you war posin fur tho Btony hearted inference being that his lovely daughter Way Houso liad been engaged in nduiuHKnivui. 9 I.UU pvrpacKnfcn. I Ml YOUrUrilirirlfiLdottAllQtknim who havo boon nM.i ...Mm saddle introducing them to his charm- princess thot refuses tho poor but deserv-i- n was suffering from tho maladies of a """v "t ..:....:";--".."- " thorn. nndnflnim v oo vanco for Knto und Edith. For them;'"." ."" ""' "onu yuu, uy ruiurn man apacKagooi our Tablets. young man in tho ploy." curod by tho use of ing daughter wjth n paternal flourish ami spring, until ono day Mr. Jerrold selves tho gentlemen accepted wltji good Wrlto your natno nnd address plnlnly, nnd stnto To all .this ingenious badinage Miss surprised' the old man with this query: hopeful mannor that gavo placo to a humor such primitive quurtpro aq oppowhether Tnblota aro for Tobucco, Jlorpblno or "Yo don't reckon, then, thet tho visit rtunity afforded. On tho morning of tho mystified wonder when ho noted tho ap- Dallas preserved an nttitudo of disdainDO NOT BB DGCEIVCD Into purchasing athy of Cynthia's greeting. Ho had an- ful reticence, but sho was manifestly of thet thar Henry Bruco hcz lied any-thi- n eventful day thoy drove down to San LWs. anvof tho ..vnrlfiiintintrutiin Hint, nm iu,infr -Til r. Ohio Cur.MiCAt. Co.: . l ,T.M... ....!. ticipated no small degroof gratitude unhappy and ill at case. That joyous, to do with this yer change? It's.my Marcus in ii light convcynnqe, reaching Miiii.vi. luininT. iisK t .VViM tt i tm " Ueau Hiii: I hnvo been using your fur - f anu lano no oiucr, light honrtod gayety which onco pos- opinion thot'j what's dono it." cum for tobircco hnlilt. nnil fnimil it wnnld xi.a3Xjxi.xtj for tho opportunity thus afforded of distho littlo hostelry in iimo for dinner. wnt do whut vou claim for It. I Haul ti-Manufactured only by "Why, hewn' n't hero uioro'u two days Hero ,they rpglstercd in tho small blank playing her , fascinations and had con- sessed her had taken wings. Shq sang worm or ino8iroiiKct chewing tobnerondny, gratulated himself in ndvanco upon tho no mom, whero onco her glad vpicq chal- at tho furthest," remonstrated the fa- book which niiswcrcd for tho usual hotel nnd Horn ono to IKo iluiirH: or I would xmnkn TIUE irom icn xo lonypipoioi iooiicco. liuvo clicwcu lenged tho mocking bird. Sho was as ther, staring at 1i1h questioner. havoc oho. would accomplish in n comregister, and Miss Stafford nqted "with nnd Binokud for twentv flvo ciira. iinil tun inukin'ru OHIO CHEMICAL CO, capricious as an April Jay. Pepvlsh and "Tlict's nil right," returned Jerrold somo merriment that r.n entry modo by munity whero tho very scarcity of tho of your Tablets cured tno ho I liuvo no ilculrr fur It. " r D.M. JAYLOI1D, Leslie, Mlcll. fair sex makes their advances irresisti- fretful with her father for tho most part, meditatively, "but it don't tnko any Phil Kcrnochan on Christiqui day, two 61,63 & 66 Opera Block, rxinns rr.nnr. N. V. thero wero intervals of suddon tenderjrrcat length of tilno with tho proper per-fo- il years provious, occurred only four lwgcs. ble. Tnp. Onio Chemical Co. n : somo time ugo I Bent r-LIMA, OHIO. ness when sho overwhelmed him with Lean tojd thar's been cases back. Hero that lady's patrician nostrils for l.(l worth of vour TublcU for Tobacco Ilulilt. 1 r,'piivnl But all thcso air castles of the elder them all right and, although I as both n heavy smoker and chewer, Dallas were doomed to spflqdy over- - kisses nnd caresses. Possibly at such whero itvas only u word or a look thet wero ealuted with tho odor of kerosene they did tho work In loss than three duyg. 1 am cured. rAimcuxAits ml Truly yours, MATilLW JOHNbON.l'.O.BoxiS. 1. throw. To ono and all Cynthia, preserved moments a certain alwent individual was dono tho biz'ness. Purvldcd thot's tho nnd frontier cqokqry, and after enduring FREE. PiTTsnunoii, PA. a consistent nttitudo of calih indiffer- ever present to her fnncy whoso naino sho truo statu of thoc.uw" ho added, stre.tch-iu- g tho stuffy ntmpsphero and rheumatic .tmmW mT tWt COniOCntSMICAL Co.: Oentlkmcn: It civca mo nlcnaurn In tir.ili n mf JLtWm. hU ljno limba awkwardly, while n iippolntmonfs of' her bedroom sho cjiuie word of nratrici for vourTnliletn. Mr son wan Ntmnirlvnnrllrti'fl tnthiiimnnf ence. Tho meal progressed in gravo si- nover suffered to pass her lips. Philosowm ... liquor, and through nfilend, I waalrd to try your Tuba IIowuhu heavy nnd lence. Tho infrequent conversation had phers aver that in matters of tho heart weary look crept suddenly Into his pyes, down to dinner with un nmuspmcnt.vcry constant drlnkor, but uftcruglng your Tablets but thrto days ho nult drinking. and will not touch Honor of iliiv kind I hnvo waited four month bcloro writing no lighter topio than tho incidents of tho thoro Is a species of cold comfort in thus "purvided thet's it, nnd ho proves him- Blmllnr to that with which luxurious you, in order Ut know tho euro was permanent self to ln ft better man nnr I an Cynthy pcoplo enter upon tho, enjoyment of n VUt IIUI,. roundup, and whon at its closo tho ad- lavishing tho affections by proxy. UlliS. HELEN JIOMUSON. During this unsatisfactory period Cyn- muht (ako her ch'icc. I huvn't got noth- picnic. miring Alcides suggested: "Xo might BlWWW Jr Bk. mw Bk. nixRtvviTi. nmn. thia's treatment of Mr. Buck Jerrold in ag'in him. IIo'u n squaro sort of chap, pho hud jiiEuiiKi i;iiKHiuAi.vAi; ukhtlkhen: iour raDicianaynrxriormcanniirnclolniny coso. Doubtless by tho tlmo bring out yer bjujo and shako it up I havo usihI mornhlno. livnodnrinlcnllv. for Hnvnn venm. iinil liuvo hi'im ruroi! I,v ifmiisnrir was most remarkablo. This gentleman and a man cz U n man can Btand boin thig remarkablo jneul. ent9n amid for tho boys a lilo. Show 'em jes' two packages of your Tablets, and without any effort on my part. Y. L. LUTKQAY. natch'ally what a stunner yo nro at had been wont to visit her' often, to pass beat by ;i straiglitfornird feller who is promiscuous Boclety nnd oversef red by .Address nil Ordorn to hours in her society, to sit quietly by her better fixed nid Itotter fnv.orod." tho officious proprietor who kept up a plckin it," this occoipptishqd performI BES Then camo n letter from Ilcnryy. Bruce running firo of conversation with the er ropliod with an excuso or instant- side silent nnd thoughtful, snmking hi pipo nnd noting her ovory word or to Cynthia, couched in delicate terms, myrmidon j of the kitchen through along ly escaped to tho seclusion of her ovyn OI, 03 and 00 Opera Block. LIMA, OHIO. mT (In writing pleMo mtntlon this rPr ) that wherein ho expressed regret that he wa slit in the wainscot, und dealt his plates little room, whereupon, tho. embarrasfe,d cowiren wero compelled touonduro an. was littlo short of worship. 'Formerly unablo to net tui her escort to tho coming and appetizing dishesjover tho heads of onslaught upon tho violin that should, Miss Dallas had permitted, this opprcssivo ball at San Marcus, but that courtesy his guests v. 1th great recklessness and havo caused tho embowering livo oaka to homago as if hers by a species of divino neccssitajedthat ho should accompany liberality tho novelty of Texan hotel right, had laughed nnd chatted with him Mis.4 Staflprd. Cynthja perused tliis lifo began to luill somewhat uiion tho riso and mutiny. ROCK VALE. But Cynthia went her way and fol- pleasantly, acceptejl. his little gifts and mlsbivo calmly, wept over it in private young lady. lowed tho dictates of her singular humor. keepsakes gratefully, sent him upon her nnd then acted with,tlio pcrvcrseness of I cannot bay that Edith's nppetito was Tho health of our community is jjood. Aulus and tho fawn usually accompa- errands with tho air of conferring a fa- womankind. Sho did not chango her nt- improved, cither by tho panoramic view Mr. J. II. Duwecsund wife arc visiting vor und exerted her many fascinations titudo toward tho deserving Mr. Jerrold, of hotel cookery tho wainscot afforded, -- : : nied her in thcso lonely wanderings. hut she sat down and indited along epis-tl- or by tho gentleman opposite, who nto tho World's Fair. Sotnotlmes her listless footsteps sought in n way known only to tho sex. All this had been most ugrccablo to to tho neglectful and dangerous Cap- molasses on his pio and supplied a very tho piny sholtorof her bower, where, Mr. Martin Sknggs has removed from swinging in her littlo hammock, sho Jerrold. With evident satisfaction ho tain Forukcr, in which she reproached wido mouth with a very largo knife, our mids.t. Wo miss our genial old basked in tho suushino of her favor. But that gentleman for hfs long nbsenco' from and general suggestion that tho unnatpassed long hours stooped in tho aromata change camo suddenly about. With her Bide, represented herself as languish- ural size of this' aporturo was duo to tho friend. ic odors of tho w.oodrf, watcldng tho soft Will hnvo to admit it if thoy will visit our storo nnd see "ho imMr. Dewees is hnvipg his residence play of sunlight ja tho .boughs aboyo, tho advent of tho spring roundups camo ing from hick of his attentions and in- hazard attending tho experiment. How-bei- t, mense stock of Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots nnd Shoes marked at tho tho meal was endured, nnd porhaps improved and enlarged. her fancy enptivo and her thoughts, moro frequent visits on the part of that quired if ho could spare thno from his engrossing military duties to tnko her to in dread of.dyspeptic retribution Miss adrcam. What secret sho whispered in gentleman and n strango waywardness Mr. Itnlpli and wife, of Ohio county, rensonrthlo Stafford proposed to Henry Bruco to tho ear of tho sagactoud hound that lay in.Cynthli's recopiion. SJio greeted him tho coining festivity. And" Captain Fornkor, vain, critical tnko her for h ehort stroll through tho hnvo moved intoour viljnge. Wo extend with marked embarrassment and reat her foot, with his dovotod oyes fixed nnd complacent, read this letter care- town. To this tho gentloman readily them n warm welcome. ever upon Lor faco, what thoughts of straint. Tho former silence of his manner was now eclipsed by her own tad-- 1 fully over his after- - dinnor cigar, smiled assented, and passing tho long line of Dr. Dcnipst r.nnd little boh .Paul were hers may havo been detected by tho superciliously, adjusted his officer's cap vicious und kicking saddlo horses teth highly pleased with antelopo that drowsed away the long turnity. their visit to the Jerrold was often as(ounded at his elo- rakishly over his distracting curls, and ered in front of tho hotel thoy joined big Fair. "There's nothing liko It" was hours thus consecrated to her woodland IT BEATS THE reveries, havo nover been divulged by quence- in his efforts to entertain 'her, mounting his horso rodu over from tho tho animated procession of strollem that tho verdict of all their party. these most worthy confidants. And if but Cynthia was ut ull times absen and post and iwsscd tho ufternoon with Cyn- idled through tho main street of San Our school is succeeding well with Marqus. tho gravo pines that bent so roverently distraught, and appeared to be haunted thia. That ho was received with n cordialI leave to tho imagination how much much intirest evinced by both, teuclur about their littlo djyotqo dlyjnod aught by n nervous clread that Mr. Jerrold of her dlsquietudo they only grew tho was about to say something which it ity ho had no reason nor right to .expect; nttcntion the fair northerner attracted, nnd pupils. Tho following shows the graver for the knowledgo und dropped a would givo her great pain to hear. Upon that Cynthia flirted with hiin. desperate- whut admiring glances from under broad genernl avgmgu acquired y tho pupils LEVERY DEPARTMENT CHUCKED FULL tho slightest pretext she would escape ly and in a manner calculaUd to strike fombreros wero cast after her erect figcono now and then in their still depths him and bury herself amid tho solitudes despair into tho heart Of Buck Jorrold, ure and graceful carriage, and with nt tho first quarterly examination, hold BSrEVERY a woodland tear of sympathy. And at RTICLE MARKED DOWN I Sept. HO; Nnnniu Fisher, 1M) ; Uttw' such moments tho river far below lifted of tho sympathetic pines. Hero that nnd that tho iruto Alcides was moved what envious whispers of detraction the Fisher, 1)0; Ida Howard, 05; Ixim It will pay any one to como in, just to seo if they can't huy. a soft consolatory murmur that stolo strango trouble which mado her heart novernl times in tho courso of that event- belles of tho villngo remarked tho SO; Sallio Clemons, 1)0; Kthcl Como acho would occasionally overflow her ful afternoon to cant longing glances in upon her silent musing. of lier fashionable walking dress. eorly as you can to avoid tho rush. For I fear our littlo Cynthia was but oyes, and thi-j- wore tears shed, in tho the direction of tho "Silent M.ury" may But I must mention ono incident of this Connor, L; Tilda McCarty, 1)1; 13 vy learning tho story which, if wo are to dim woods us littlo bidden as understood te readily jniaginpjd by'thQ reader, who ufternoon walk. They had jeached a ilcox, 09; IVnrl l'omberton, 08 ; Birdie tears which tho pines bemoaned and lias remarked tho inconsistency of wom- point about half way between tho hotel Day, 03; Kobort Fisher, 00; Otto Conboliove tho poets, tho vast panorama of and tho river when a familiar voice nor, 1)0; Wlliio Adcox, 03; Ouylio Hownature has been telling "ainco, 'first tho tho bluebirds' and squirrels held sacred, an when dominated by pique. BRANDENBURG, KY. Small wonder that Captain Fornker cuufced Bruco to raiso his eyes. Cynthia flight of. years began." A Budden lone- but which somehow brought tho balm promised to go to tho bull; that ho lis- stood liefore himt looking very protty ard, 01; Paul 'Dempster, 80; Vernon liness lwd come upon her in, the midst of of rolief to her who shed thorn. I do not think through it all that Miss tened cheerfully to Cynthia's plan to and engaging from tho becoming depths Conner, 80; Kstlo Putnberton, WJ; Dow-de- n her pastimes and occupations, A strango Day, 81. vpico whispored in her heart. Tho Dallas was really conscious of being in visit Miss Bertha Maverick, the fascinat- of u quaint ioko bonnet. Sho was acnil ourci, iflcKilinr high cullura l uw KkU fllall. Art. Lllcrmtare, HcIium, Mllheiasllea, Claul things which satisfied once had lost their love, only id a general way that.sho was ing daughter of thovillago bjacksinith, companied by an elderly man in the at an j lrlflrBi I.an mu atfrA. bOOll ! nnd agreed to call for her at that "lady's dress pf an officer. Ho was nonchalantly All tho talk in tho world will not concharm somehow;' tho tones of her banjo bereaved aid disappointed. Tho ocenr-renqwll.rHrnUI,e4. Arimw, of sit Arrrt. oMiulc I.IMIATION UKALTIirCI. llulljl-- r. tm mmmmm' XLlTrr, 1'm'l, Xt.Xretbr3iIXJX.VXXjXjJb. AlinH mtmm UT, of Jho pasfow, WQntha lad coino homo on 'tho oveniug in question, and puffing a cigar? Mias Bertha Maverick, vince you so quickly as ono trial of wereli&rsh and discordant; the fawn had to ler fit the i$ht of a reyeiation. Sho that ho rodo back to his quarters with iv escorted by a cowman of nthlotic build less of grace; even Witch Hazel Salvo ' was often stupid and her beloved Aulus was suddenly oivflrq of, tho existence' of self Bntisfied smile upon his supercilious and awkward gait, was just behind her. burns, bruises, skin nirettions for scalds, No serious casualties iu Jackson Park unsatisfying. and piles. on Oct. 0. bomqQUo'who ppsses jed, for Jujrj ppcul-fa- r features, curling his gray mustache and A'qulck color mounted to Cynthia's At times tho preoccupied Miss Dallas uutiur, Convenes at llardlmburg teconJ Monday la otherwise pluming himself upon the tri cheek, and sho bowed hurriedly ,to A. It. Fislier, Gloverport, Witt & Meador aympaujyi'whoso words avpjje, a Diggcst days in point of nttendanco in turned her footsteps in quite another diin.herhoart'-r-somooji-e February, May ami October. imHardinBburg. umphs of tho afternoon."-Tha- t echo after hi? Bruco us Mho raised her eyes with a smile rection. She developed a fascination for September and October: Sept. 1, Now T. H. McDonth, Judge, Leltchfield, Ky. a certain ledgo of rocks upou tho crest measurably, superior, ta the rpngli nvi departure Cynthia dismissed him utterly of coquetry to tho mun at her side. A Weed S. Chelf, CommuDwealth't Attorney, York day, 1(10,352; Sept. 7, Pennsylvania she usually eucounterod. Sho could not from his mind, and that she liatcd Miss rapid intcrchaugo of hostilities passed of a western divide. It was a bare, un LEITCHFIELD. day, 203,50. Sept. 10, Uallroad day 202,-37- ElUalethtown, Ky.Matter Cominlisloner, explain the strango claim this hitherto Stafford cordially and was conscious in between tho ladies in a discriminating V U, Babbage, Bar interesting spot, without shade or shelSept, 23, Knights of Honor tiny, diniturg, Ky. ter, and, but for the prospect it afforded unrealized, being had upon her. She only her heart" of hearts that Honry Bruco survey of one another's costjinjes, which F. K. Khodc, Sheriff. MoDanteU, Ky. Oaziltc. 2ir,,(U3; Sept. 20, Odd Follows' tiny, of tho valloy on either side, a poor place knew that it existed; that she'longed for was morp fascinating tjian eyer aro was moro expvp ssivo than wprds. Miss ( Cbarlei Miller, llardlniburg, Ky. Oct. 4, Mexico day, 175,175. Thos. Gregory nnd wife, of near certainly to pass one's time. Yot Cyn- its influence; that she grieved when il facts that will readily ocpur to her ap- Bertha Maverick, with Bupercilia,is eye-Drputles I W. I. Katnioy, Clorerpnrt, Ky. was .denied. And Jherejyas associated preciative and discriminating box,' to I lids and defiant nestrils; (, W. 8. Cart, Union her thia was much given to haunting this visited with Joo Parsons and Buffalo Bill's receipts outside tho grounds Star, Ky. R. S.Sklllman, Clerk, Uardlnsburf;, Ky. locality. A superficial observer might w(th this feeling.jis there always is, one whose tender sympathies her present less aggressive companion, lirnce, wiio family thisweek. for two Sunday performances on Oct. 8, Frank licarln. Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. foYthe apparont ne- emotions aro intrusted. was about to speak, noting at'once the have surmised that she sought thia lofty of piqno nnd injury John Sluton, Julter, Itardlnihurg, Ky. Gordon Mooi man is waiting orders to tho day before tho phenomenal World's post of observation tho more closely to glect which sho had suffered. armed neutrality of all parties, raised COUNTY CO UUT Fair crowd, wero 510,000. CHAPTER IX. IIow much this state of mind was alConvene) third Monday In each month. lint and passed on, but as he did so, go to Davison on tho Homo llratich nnd his noto the varied maneuvers of tho roundleviated when tho obligjng sheriff put Thomas Adkioon, Judge, Ilardiniburg Ky. For weeks it had been apparent at San ho heard Miss Bertha Maverick" rouinrk 0weti8boro road as operator. Wo could not improve tho quality if up in tho .plain below, but nnfortunate-l- y '' Milton Board, Attorney, Hardinsburg, Ky. for this theory tho back of tho fair Into her hands )jo guitar sent by Bnry Marcus that n social ovent of unusual in n nigh, metallic voice: Wednesday noon deputy U. 8. Mnr-sh- paid double tho prlco. DoWitt's Witch John K. Monarch, Clerk, Uardinaburg, Ky. "Thet's tho Btuckup piocoyou was tell-i- n observor was invariably turned upon Brueo it is impossible to say, Qertain it importance was impending. For weoks M. Hullington, of Hnwesville, pass- Hazel Salvo is tho best Salvo that ex i iuti:ui,y couitr, is that nover instrument was the recip- a flutter of expectancy had disquieted Convenes f mrtb Monday in March, June mo nbout-cCynthia? Wellf'ef I this animated spectacle. J ient of moro tender treatment. She the fominino heart, displaying itself in reckoned I was bo powerful fasciuutin, I ed through town with William. Pece, perience can produce, or that monoy can September and December Who shall say what disappointments RIAIllsTCItlAl. DISTUICTS. wero hers, thus occupied In spying out udornod if with nbbous, carried it about animated gossip upon tho street corners, wouldn't let 'every ono know it'w.hen-eve- r whom ho had nrnsted for violation of buy. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and IIabdinsbuiki. Courts on Wednesday sucI met 'em. Tho uirs and graces of tho revenue laws. Peco was employed Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. the land? Who shall say how many with her constantly and practiced as- jn an alarming teudency to indulgo in ceeding tho Brat Monday in March, June Sepbrunctto is enough to as sawyer at Stones' mill. tember and December. Magistrates, Ben T. times this self appointed Sister Anno be- siduously upon it. About this,titne the ,af temoon calls and a reckless patronage thet Misguided Obedience, Miller and Lum Black. Constable, Lee Bishheld tho cloud of dust upon tho distant ho- eldor Dullas, recognizing a formidable ,of seamstress nnd milliner. Thero was jiatch'ally paralyzo on fklay kitchen Ijist Tuesday T. 1$. Wilson recoived 'I've made n mortal onemy of Mrs. op, Hardinsburg City Court. J. B. Butby, rizon disclose not tho expected horsomon, rival, abandoned hisoVn exertions upon jUnich promenading .in tho single ,busi-es- s clock." notice from Congressman Montgomery Parvaynpo. Shu told mo that her dia- Mayor; Dent Brown, Marshal) V. Q. street of tho littlo vlllago, Indulged With tho first shadows of oyonlng pub-)i- a hut tho invariable flock of sheep, or how tho violin. Ho viewed the advent pt the Attorney. City Court, civil terms, first curiosity began, to bo attracted iu tho that if acceptable ho would bo appointed mond brooch cost $10,000, but begged mo Monday In Murh, June, September and Demany times some roving mustang raised guitar with suspicion and commented iin.Bo aimlessly as Jo giye tho observer upon Jt yith cynicism. Apparently he itho general imprc(slqn of a rehearsal, direction, of a long, low structure, whose to n rlerkship in tno Indian Agency at not to tell any ono." cember. a tumultuous flutter in that littlo breast "Ah, I seo. Ami you told." CuiVKBi-onT- . y Courts Thursday succeeding It Is a placo spacious outlines and Bhuttcriess win- Puyallup, Washington. that not a whole cuballada of his wild recognized 'in thV soft harmonies. Cyn jBut it was apparent that feminine "No. I didn't." the Drat Monday In March, June, September culminated at tho river, wbither, dows showed black against tle lighter that pays $1,200 a year and somo six thia's deft fingorS truclcfroni the strings eyed comrades might havo caused by tho n Magistrates, Dudley Mr. A. Godshaw, who has boon in and December. maddest of their onsots? Yet even in a dangerous ally to sentiment. Alcides, oyer tno level piajn, tno tiiorougnioro of sky. miles from Tacoma. Mr. Wilson will and Joseph Mullen. Constable, Thos, jSon Marcus led, und to which locality Tho building had been rearct in tho In- ncccpt tho place nnd will probably lenvo business at Beds for somo years, made an Keenan, Cloverport City Court. Civil terms this hopeless roconnoitering tho days sped as wo havo seen, w.as a foe to romance. on and on, and the anticipated horseman , "Yo wanter look out, Cynthy, fur the jthe footsteps of the fair daughtprs were terests of Erin by a prosperous Hiber- for thero in tho courso of two weeks. assignment last Wednesday for tho bon-ef- lt first Monday in March, June, September and pootry and nonsense thot tbar tornoj, inos$ persistently directed. December. nian, whii rejoiced in tho classic name of Hover cams. of his creditors. II. Levy is mado shal, Jamos Mayor, Charles LIghtfuot. Mari Ilumbleton. thtng'H fill ypuy'chuck full of, pf ,yp pneo, Foremost among these lovoly pedes-itriun- s Ulysses Slagindy and consecratod his As both Thomas nnd Wilson havo been Magistrates, Henry R. Dean, MoDamkls. turn it loose oh yer onguurded foolin V' was Miss Bertha Maverick, with architectaral efforts and poetic memo awarded good places, Congressman Mont- assignee, and tho assets and liabilities Rock Vale; Sam W. Parsons, MoDanlel). ho said gravely, .surprising her oiice .an eye liko the flash of a bayonet and a ries nnder the titlo or "Tara's hall," but gomery will now try nnd locate Mr. aro, about equal, being about $3,500 Conttnbln, (on. W, Barton, Ruth. Court) at playing upon (t wtyh eyes that were, profile decidedly aquiline. Sho could be the cynical rToxnn youth werd wanting Heyback. nnd good feeling will prevail eacji. Hartford Hornld. Rock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Monday In March, June, September and Decemwistful and iapawoy. "It's a destroyer seen on any pleasant afternoon, defying in roverenco'for Ireland's legendary past. on ull sides. DoWitt's Witch Hael Salvo cures piles. ber, and at MoDanlols Tuesdays alter the secof tho appotite, and goner'ly plumb full tho admiration of tho baffled nun with a "Turrier's hull" was the popular reudorr DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures burns. ond Monday In said months. p' onsaisfactoriness," bes.towjngnlapco, 'parasol of palo pink nnd leading onus ing of Mr. Magindy's poetlq clfistening. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures sores. Ignorance of tho merits of DoWUt's Hudsonvilli. Magistrates, Geo. Harned, upon tho glistening strings that 'was full It were, by this oriflammo of sentiment., Actuated by tho same spirit Of skeptiDoWitt's Witch Hazel Sitlvo cures ulcers. Custer; Henry C. Dr.ne, Hudson. Constable of foroboding. "I know a girl pneq thet tho thronging cohorts pf Texan coquojry, cism they pelted tho edifice with mud Littlo Knrly ltisers Is n misfortuno. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & John Nevitt, Constantino. Courts at Hudson-vill- e on Wednesday succeeding the second was thot led away by ono of thorn jijiglln Three days of alniless pilgrimaging on and htones, nnd sent yugranttonjato cans Theso littlo pills regulato tho liver, cure Meador, Ilanlinsburc. Monday In March, June, September and Defritters thet she didn't donothm else but tho part of the San Marcus maidens, and onvoyngesof discovery throuah its un headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, cona)l at onco was seen tho method of this, dent lights. Externally it was npathelic stipation nnd hllliousnesH. A. It. Fislier, The October Number of the Illustrted cember, and at Cutter on Thursday following play an lie round, and the same months. tintil by ad by the Ballow faced vernulinudneB8. Clovnrport, nndWittA Meador, Hardins-burdiagram of its owner's highly lacerated Bkwlkyvillk. Magistrates, Riley Dowel), Kentuckian. horsemqn began to bo mot feelings critter got herself clean bqwitched. Her, Occasional Irvlngtnn; C. 0. Martin, Big Spring. Con, family and frfends could do nothln with with on the dusty highway. By dogrees Cotitn.ining portraits of Mrs. Cynthia stable, John 1'ileit. Courts at Bewleyville on But thero wero occasions when tho imFriday succeeding tbe second Monday Chicago's Biggest Say of All. her. Sho wouldn't eat nothin. And fin'ly tho number of tlieao was augmented to portance of Tarrier's linll impressed itSmith Burnam of Richmond; Miss Ilal-li- o March, June, September and December, aqd In at she went into a gullopln consumption, mounted squads and groups, until at self oven upon tjils derisive public. ' Aitual nttendanco at World's Fair Vet sven in thU hopelett rcconnolterlng Frmino Itives, Hopkiusvillo; Miss Web tier on Saturday. and they buried her one very damp day last their proportions reached thos,o of Qiirlng iolitical meetings, religious rA Monday, Oct. 1, 751,02(1. the Uiys rped on and on. Union Star, Magistrates, James J. Sever), May Nelson Nail, Louisville Mies Nellie a generous cavalcado. Of courso this vivnls nnd temperance crusaded tho hand I must not omit to montion a certain n tho arly spring." Children lost in tho vast crowd, 70. All QrbiBon, Frankfort; Miss Lillio Norris, Union Star; John W. Jarrett, Stepbensport. But In spite of this terrible example irruption of oligible manhood was the of the vandal was staid. Among such Constable, Jubei'llaynes, Court) at formally in dress which Miss Dallas n cared for nnd afterward restord to parents Oynthiana. Also, of tho John Marshall Star on Wednesday succeeding the third Union Monabout this titho. It was in pi tlio rascinuuon or guitar playjug Cyn- occasion of much indiscriminate flirta- intervals of immunity was the present. Chapter of Daughters of American Rev- day in March, June, September and Decemtho direction of long trains and trailing thia still ierslsted in lior practicing. Slit tion, and thero were many glances given Tho very rnbblo that had boon most' ac- or guardians Tires on Fairgrounds Monday, Oct. 0, olution, ut Ix)ni8vlllo Mrs. Pope, Mrs. ber, and at Stepbensport on Thursday, habits. There was much mysterious re- endured with cheerfulness tho sqre fin and oxchanged that boded ill for tho fu- tive iu bombardment now bestowed FISCAL CbUllT. ture peaco of mind of tho parties con themselves in attempted. inpvatiou und none. hearsal in the seclusion of her littlo gers, tired wrists und other nnuoyance Buckner, Mrs. Mac Gregor, Mrs. Knches At Hardinsburg on Tuesday after the first room, o disposition to gather her skirts which this exacting instrument impose? cerned. Mischievous eyes challenged ropulr. Tha BpV-iouArrest on Fair grounds Monday, Oct. and Mrs. Reynolds. Also, of George Monday in April and October. auditorium was in ono gloyed hand and tiptoe about, upon its devotees. And she received no observation lxmcath dainty bonnets, and swept untliIrud,.tho relics of barbarism 0, 33, all boys, ranging from 1 to 10, and Dunlap Potts, Mrs. Florence Grilllth avoiding intermodiato objects with an end of encouragement in other ways. tho tilted sunshade woa eloquent of the tvrrn rcmnvinl. Ilinilrnfru frnm tlm ivlii. charged with pocket picking. largest Miller, Rev. Roger II. Peters, W. S. Bell, T,ho mocking birds which flod aghast dows olittuaily Bculed by tho Intervenwnnuro oi jupiu. acquired daintiness and grace. Thoro Lena Phillips, Nicholnsvlllo; Jtsso WilNeed it bo said that bronzed and tion offcurdboard, bits of carpot nnd amount stolon, $'1.10. wero certain fastidious airs of mannor froiu tho shrieking violin sometime; noTMx. Tho Pottawatomie Indian baby born nt liams Fnizier, Cynthluna; Fashions. bearded faces accepted theso pyprturos cast ofThuts, ninj oven tho redlining which wero doftly caught and quite as favqr,Gd her wilh imitative outbursts faithfully rehearsed in privute. During that slncere8t form of flottery. perclj) with rooro than equal frankness, that touches of putty nnd var;ilsh wero hero Indian village, on tho Midway l'laisamo. Now advertisements, stories, sketches, Do you wear them? When next In need try a pair. Rest In the world. and thero uttomptcd. on Monday, Oct. It, Cldcago day, received World's Fair, Miss 1 Holer's now story, these ceremonies a small riding whip, on eoino tossing spray or flickejipg lion the fluttering handkerchief in every (TO K t'ONTINUKD.) . 5.00. received tho "recognition of tho formerly presented to Cynthja by Mr. and thero in their odd "half mourning, .00 tho namu of society, etc , etc., etc , Buck Jerrold, was generally carried thoy produced snatches of her waltzef raised sombrero, and that everywhere HOOi m? Tho lost nnd found department in tho m 2.5ft lightly in the right linnd A swift canter and fandangoes. There wa a certain along this dangerously activo highway Ono Way iirjllarkliii; Clntlicn. J2.00 Chicago Fair on Monday, In tho Old Ser- ' 3.50 rwtuwet- over tho adjacent hills, attpnded by tho sentimental lizard with a speculative eyi thoro was a disposition on tho part of A young woman who, has u weakness vice building, was ono of tho busiest 2.50 would bosk daily upon n sunny rock, either box to halt frequently and look Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. eamo scrutiny of the remoto horizon, in- that for novelties has indented it now way of 42.00 places on ,tho(grouiids. Nearly 6,000 marking her belongings. Indelible Ink variably fpllowod this painstaking per- and from his rapt demeanor during her back? l.7- 2.25 1IB inislald articles wero recovered after tho sho scoruod i belonging to tho dlhtant performance was apparently cpabled to But opco iu town, theso nmqrqus adFOR 80YS formance. v 2. 00 crush was over. past, mid embroidered monograms nnd Such mysterious behavior was not obtain glimpses of the infinite, hitherto vances pf t" .eterner pex gayp rlso to When rjby elck, wo tT. her 1.7s ron,. Tho Staipangled Ilanner was sutur at Initials sho voted commonplace Even without provoking tho comment of other denied. And Aulus eymnuthlied , und reckless outlay pf capital and a remark- When tho wai a Child, tha cried Cattorttv I V mmmmVEm'' AtmmmZ for CMtorU,. lent his quiet and dignified approval. And ( ablo solicitude in matter of dress. Tho members of tho household. tho World's Fair grounds by tho Apollo tho protty device of embroidering her "I should reckdn yo' was practicin to' the fawn was soothed into a dreamy lau-- i barber was put int requisition, and the When iha becmo lilt, tho clung to OMtoria, Oluh on Monday, Oct. 0, withnchpru. of jtossegsions with her favorite flower final-i- y mand for "b'iled shirts" and ''store WheoihohdCh(Mreti,jhfl5TatheB'corU. lost its chiirj" find her latest fancy is the tight rope, wi' all yo' airs and graces, gnor that was fast becoming habitual 2,000 voices. Ifyeiiwiitt ipw DRESS SHOE, made In the latest So the days pawed, and Cynthia's hearl cs" threatened to exceed IhoHniitm to havo hur own faco produced. Us' Cvnthy," the ebony Amelia remonstyles, den't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 er found much of consolation, and Mr. Tho population of Chicago nt tho tlmo ' of thoso articles. Sho had somo tiny and not unflatterstrated. Shee, They lit equal to custem made tad look QUEENSWARE. Meanwhilo notes in very erratic handing photographs taken, und they nro now $i u well. IfyouwUhtoocomHsIjelnywrfwtwes', tod of the big llro, tho twonty-souon"Is there any private theatricals goin Buck Jerrold wondered at the chaugo in wear Now Is your tlmo to purclmsi'i Quoons-wai- o bis duleinea and lwd long conferences writing wew cpnstaptly flying about. of which tho celebration of Ott bolng transferred to tho comers of her A to by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes, Kama a4 off down at San Marcueifi to come and Glassware, we havo n fow' handkerchiefs, tho bauds of her skirts, price stamped on the bottom, look for It whin yen buy. the mystified Alcides, haying with tlw mystified Aloides, who was an- Mr. Larjat, la confp'rmance wjtfa cus remnonts left, and nro clnslntr out at Owns held to commciiiotnto, was noyed and frttfnl and made mysterious tom as apsura as unnecessary, was giy thu cnties of her collurs and nil tho other W.XDOUaUiS,Brekteii,MM. Sold by through the open door caught a glimpse of tie attendance f less than Wa will niako it to your interest1 M,M LoniStar preliminary notice cost. 1 placoa where tho sign of possession is for sale by W. II, Hawmer Sc Kan, tf his daughter attitudinizing. "I didn't reiprvuce to ine prevalence of malaria lnl? to call. ItabUago'a,' ' in tho World's Fair grounds on Monday. CIYct-parf,Kr- . usually fixed. Buffalo News. 'that he contemplated the pleasure of call-- . M?wTWli ?T !. R&! j55?S Baking Powder CHILL'S I A3i.f ywiTirwiMTrwr PaJ Double Chloride of OC Gold Tablets AK vs es' "Vt-VmW v i yr ABSOLUTELY PURE s for-wu- rd mm m S m. BNIt S Hill's Tablets. r mi.mj jf 'K ft'' t. m din-cu.- 9 V. THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO., inmiiii o HAED TIMES OVEE GOOD TIMES AEE HEEE CHEONIC KICKEES Low Prices World's Fair 1 1 y, fault-lessne- ss Geo. Yeakel & Co., es mmfM, t's lrrd Cmnmrnnmi-ml-- DIRECTORY. din ii 0; 103,-21- 0; nl h, fast-color- Bab-hug- e, curl-loeit- Ham-bleto- g. bo-ga- 1 L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE 11 433 ujii lit jgy ni l.n m 0 d nnnl-versa- ry If.M),-:)7- 0; one-hal- A (j v, ,. an " PIf7W:Ft - "Wafcin w 1'' - ic - r THR BRRGKRNRIDGK - ''y -- r'w'wiii),iiiMijiitwi.tilll':Wl !)iWWiWWWIWlliWl)ltliWaiPiiiP .)." . t:r:,-.J.- . lit, ir .iii,' i,. . V .,3fj- - ?i.:" NEXWS, ffr-'- ''rr7-- -. . - " "."' I. "3W(g 7 n "e"? UAMMbwmiH r ""'J' m&i G'LOYRRPORT, KY.. -- ..- - ... - Tlxe 1 L Ioll Season Is Here "ST v "1 ! To Meet Every Demand for Fall Apparel ! LADIES' UNDEEWEAK, In all sizes, shapes and qualities Prices to suit all. : AND WE ARE HERE TOO, AND READY HENS' UNDERWEAR, 6k Full line of Fleeced Cotton wear, INon-irntatin- HOSIERY Under-- " ! HOSIERY! ! FJ Union bints, natural and white. Prices 50c.r75c, g We.carry full line of Heavy Cotton, $1.00 and up. Fleeced and Woolen Hose, from the cheapest to the Best Grades. We Can Sell You a Wrap ' vu. AsC. ;m ! In this department we cannot be excelled. Our stock consists of a full line of Ladies', Misses' and f f Misses' an$l Ladies' Children's Wraps, all the latest styles, arid at prices calculated to sell them fast. Children's long Cloaks and Reefers Jackets, larg'e sleeves and heivy material, all sizes from $1.50 up. at all prices to' suifthe trade. FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS ! Our stock consists of all the choice Novelties, in Frqnch 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. ' HHIH 1 ? -ri 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 58, $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. We carry a complete assortment in Gray, Scarlet and White from 85c to $10 a jair. 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 yon. All we ask is thac you call and see it. We take pleasure in showing cur goods and pleasing our customers, Blankets 1 Blankets t Soil, W. H. Bowmer & GLOYRRPORT, Breckenridge News. 18, 1893. m KY. -- 4- i .. 1ITS i CONSTANTINE. Farmers aro almost done cutting bacco. to- WEDNESDAY, OCTOIJEIt STEPHENSPORT. Mr. G. V. 1'ayno is on tho sick lint nt present. S. II. Dix, of Itobuit's Hottoin, is very Hint this writing. Mr. M. Main was thrown from a horse lust Friday giving him a lame kneo. I'rof. Owen Cunningham was able to to resume his school again last Monday Miss Ada Hanks was home Saturday and Sunday from her school at Hay-mon- d. Messrs. Mc Frymiro and Hirt Cunningham, of Chunault, passed through our tow n Saturday. Mrs. Will IMiniii, of Ilardinsburg, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Itoland Smith. Dr. White returned last week from tho World's Fair. On tho road ho found plenty of "Mudd." Mr. Hewitt Hawkins, wifo aud little daughter, Pauline, of Union Star, are paying their relatives a visit hen. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Ferry, of Clover-por- t, aro at homo now with her parents. We are glad to have them in our midst ntrain. Miss Georgia Hawkins was in Louisville lost week purchasing her fall hats. Call and see them before buying else- Farmers' aro busy sowing wheat this week. Oar school is progrcflting nicely undor the excellent management of I'rof. Hall. I'rof. Hall is both a clover gentleman nnd an ablo instructor. Supt. Miller visited our school Thuis-daHis talk to tho pupils was brief and to tho point. Mr. Miller liko tho bed-buwill get there just the same (in November.) Mr. F. Mercer has been repairing his house into which ho is expecting to move soon. Everything from tho wasp's nest in tho garret to tho rat hole in the cellar fell n victim to lime and water. Mr. George. Hoysor, formerly of has located here and will in a short time- engage in tho mcrchantilo business. Mr. Hoysor is a hustler in the business and we are glad to havo him with us and also wish him success and happiness. Mr. George J Iayes, of Itlnoyvillo, Hardin county, is hero selling out tho stock of goods of N. Hicks & Co. George Is a jolly fellow and always a word for the boys and a siniio for tho girls. y. Eve-leig- A strango incident took placo the otl or day at Hudson, a village two and a half of Constantlne, miles south-wes- t in Mr. which two men were badly hurt. Joo Draae, the merchant of Hudson and where. Mrs. Sarah limner, accompanied by Miss IJssle Cashman, of Union Star, spent tho day w ith Mrs. James Biggs, Saturday. Wo aro sorry Indeed to hear of our friend, Mr. Jan. Shcllman, having two more of his family stricken with that dread diseabe, typhoid fever. Quarterly meeting was held at this p'aco Saturday nnd Sunday, conducted by Presiding Elder Allen. Excellent sermons and largo attendance. Mr. Franklin Armes, who resides near town wero in Mr. Draino'a store, when something not agreeublo took place and a fight followed, in which Mr. Drano is slid to have used a weight cutting Mr. Doubtleas thoy Armo's head badly. both have dreaded tho other for somo house r. time. What caused tho troublo wo havo Racbael Heston, help at poor not learned. Jas E. Klnir, right or way Stephen Kennedy, Mary Lewis, Oscar Infant Same 4 days bridge commissioner Saino nails on culvert..,.."..... Riley Dowell, Inquest on body of Jen AMOuivr Ai.i.owr.n 5,2so 13. nle Board T. J. llarger, witness one day.. I Regular Oct. State ok Kentucky, Robt. Raizor, witness one day.. URKCKKNHinnt Fiscal Court. J Term, 1893 J, R. Darr, witness one day It U ordered by the court that the following J. W. Jarrett, 4 days bridge sums be allowed and appropriated to tbe and for the purposes below named and Riley Dowell, 1 day brIJge commissioner theiherltrta ordered to pay tame out of the levy of 1893, for which he shall have credit in J. W. Guthrie, 3 Joints tiling Q. W. Heard; goo Js, etc to paupers his settlement, Joe B Seven, work on Lick run bridge ,$ 75 00 M. Bvar,d, desk to sheriff's office 7 02 Sam Dix, work and.materlal oi road . Tebe Bruner, returnod county levy , 2 00 on $1,800....". Same three sign board 4 60 C. 0. Martin, one day bridge comII. II. Brumfield, lumber for culverts.. S. J. Jolly, hauling on road missioner 2 60 Alf Adklns, lumber and work on bridge 2IS 33' W. D. Smith, 2 Sign boards 1 50 W. II. Hanks, repairing culverts F, K. Rhodes, S. B, C. nrrest, eto Dr. D.irld White, medical attention Ben Harris and L. Matthews.-- . '27 V0 O. W. Burton, balance on arrest, etc to Mat Ray W. II. Morgan, arrest and expense i J. N. Snapp 7 46 Cbas. S. Jarboe, powder, fuse, eto...... Oscar Logsdan 41 75 M. Meyer, work and money on road... J. II. Payne, pauper coffin 4 00 Dr. Milton Board, medical attenSame for pauper coffin, !,... 4 0) Richard Davis, pauper coflin, tion to paupers... 0. C. Martin, Inquest on body of J, R. Jarboe, poorhouse keeper 0 00 W. B. Basham, poll tax returned John DoWell forl891-V- 2 , John II. Meador, work and money on road 25 00 (1. W. Beard, commissioner to ex0 70 Wis, N. Lyons, lumber on road amine Cloverport bridge. ..y..., James Crawford, same Tbos N. Dyer, hauling for bridge and o 00 M. Bewley, attention Utnlly road 1 05 Brown1. t. Mrs, Mollle Brack, for timber 2 40 C. 0. Stllli, medicine tq same Alf Allen, work on bridge 31 00 Beard & Beeler, medicine to paupers D. W. Henry, road, tools, powder, Ac Ooo. W. Burton, arrest, Ac. J. N. Witt lc Meador goods and medicine 7 60 to jail and poorhouse'.... Sapp Jas, M. Hook, goods, Ac, to Mrs. Taylor Beard, trustee for Ueo. Car4 00 ter Albert Jarrett Dump Jolly, attention to Bailie John Slaton, boarding Wm, Kelner 40 00 while pointing court bouse Jollv Wis. Kelner, balance painting court Jabct II ay ncs, trustee for Gllsha er per-iot: List of Claims Allowed by tho J. D. Beeler, lumber on road...-Joo M Mullen, Inquest on Joo Breckenridge Fiscal Court, J. J. Severs, inquest on body of October Term, 1893. ' ) 14 00 Cart-wrig- ht 01)0 0 00 T. L, Smith, sharpening tools W.'S. Cart, services as D. S V. K. Rhodes, S. II. U Miller, DrJernette A Co., road, tools, Ac 1 35 mz-y.- x Ti itafU spptuuui or 21 00 13 00 TUBE WAYNE'S OINTMENTi J with on I lay lnferail I J atdlcli tM 0 00 35 0 00 1 J. 00 100 Too ft 00 59 75 D. Cabbage, printing Addison A Dick, road, tools. Ao J. M. Mattlngly. trustee for Ghns. ; Stewart T. L. Smith, trustee for Wm. It.Smi'tb M. Blaln, trustee for Robert Miller J. W. Jarrett, trustee for Kay Pullen.. W. T. Cannon, trustee for Ktra T. Carwll 17 62 46 11 92 16 88 SiHH .X ''" A ". no, vHiviiai; T',yuikiaiuvwniuftttabajujr.AddrMi Ot, ftftU tr dra fltU. er Mat hj Ball lor eti. rMl3ljhit, .Pa. jwt draffUt for lb 8 wiin i tt .u. f audi,WSWHISSHUf .Ill nrtloi ! (MB If Kr'Wi JAsbTI . LOUISVILLE MARKET Correctly weekly by 1'timphrey ,V I.nttfcr; Produce Coimnltiion Merchants, itobvcnnd M.,ltt. Main and Mnrkct, Louisville, Ky. LOUISVILLE. KV.. Oct, 17 Jb93. Shippers should mark all packages platqly, with shipper's name nnd address. BUTTKB. 13 Choice, country 20 Medium 16' .f...t post-offi- tf lt 60 - , - 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 1 43 08 4 00 3 00 1 1 Mary Squires, trustee Susan Askln... W. a. Bandy, trustee for Wm. Perks.. F. Fraise, trustee for Eliza J. Mo- Manaway Lltile Bellwood, trustee for Thos. Bellwood Norton (I-- Secrets of f Dressmaking All the highly prized secrets of the dressmaker's art will be divulged in the scries of articles on Common Creamery EClQS. - 13 31 -- J y , ' -' Fresh POULTRY. liens per lb ; Spring Chlckensfper lb Ducks per dosen FEATHERS. Trlme, white goose Mixed Old No. 4. duck , 1S'T 6 ' 10 0 ' 7 (it) 8 2 00 (m 2 76 . i !...;. 2030' 15 20 i : '.'... 113 35 ' , John R, Norton, trustee for Swain 60 60 . Home UIDES, Oreen, pood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheepskins d 20(y)2i 2 - 5 Dr.. P. Jolly, trustee for Henry 11 illy... Same, trustee for Mary Masey 7 00 C. C. Martin, trustee for Wu.'D. St. Clair 3 00 J. K. Monarch, olerk, fee bill 6 80 Jas. W. Miller, sup't of schools 4 00 Dr. Milton Board, poor bouse commissioner 48 00 Milton Board, county attorney 13144 Thos. Adklsson, county Judge... Same, making settlements with 6 00 . sup't schools Joe M. MulleD, Jastlce six days 6 00 John W. Jarrett,Justlce six days 5 00 J. J. Severs, Justice six day , Rlloy Dowell, Justice six dayr 6 00 Geo. Harned,Justicekslx days 85 II. C. Drane, Justice six days 1140 Sam W. Parsons, Justice six days II. R. Dean, Justice six day 38 40 0. C, Martin, Justice three day Bon T. Miller, Justice five days 6 00 0. F. Black.Justlce Ovo day D. Hamblet In, Justice live days 5 00 Dressmaking to appear In these columns. They teach how to cut, fit, and make all the difficult shapes of the day. ,.....'. WOOL. 20 00 20 00 100 26 696 40 60 00 500 00 pOO 25 ' (a) 3 6 7 80 I m Oct Them and Save Them. Grease, fine Grease, coarse..,, Merino Burry and Cuts We quote price y , ,,,.. , ,.,., ,.., , , 26 .. ,' :, wharf: Ho, 2 HAY, OKAIN, FEKD. " on Louisville city, OATS, '. ''5 12 16 'S 14" ) 28: 17, 10' 00 oats HAY. 18 00 10 11 10 4 60 32 r 3$ 18 00 18 00 18 00 18 00 BetterszQiiinine. HUGHES' TONIC The Old Itellable, Sure Cure for Strictly choice Choice No. 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw 13 00 .... CORN. 00 12 00 00 (a) 11 00 76 (a) 5 60 42 (a) 4S 18 00 18 0( 18 0L 18 00 9 00 15 00 15 00 15 00 13 Cholco white' Choice shelled ;.,. ...- - TOTATOES. CHILLS fDV FEVER, a sHi M' If Don't take any Substitutes, joe. andi. Kor Sale by DruKKlsts, sites, New Grown per barrel 1 50 , From store 2o to 5o per bu higher. 1 ONIONS. , Southern and Home from store..'.,.,2 00 to 2 10 OABBAOK. Per crate from store.... 1 2) to 2 25 lO ROBINSON-PETTE- T CO., 85 00 house 1 Brown ,.... 315.1 25 00 27 00 18 00 A 60 ,.. All that honesty, experience and skill can do to produce n perfect pill, has been employed in making DeWitt's Little Early Itlsera. Tho result Is a specific for sick headache, bliliousncss and constipaAmong tho incidents of childhood that tion. A. K. Fisher, Cloverport, and stand out in bold relief, as our memory Witt & Meador. Ilardinsburg. reverts to tho days when wo wero young, none aro moie prominent than sovero Her One Objection. sickness. Tho young mother Vlvh'ly 10 Mrs. Ihipsard Didn't you havo a girl members that it was Chamberlains Cough to tako care of your dear little Fido ? Keiuedy curod her of croup, and in turn Mrs Linguily Oh, yes. But I couldn't administers it to her own offspring ard get Iter to stay. always with tho best results. For sale by Mrs. Haj)sanl What was tho matter? A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Mrs. LIngerly She didn't like it beMeador, Ilardinsburg. cause we kept a baby. Brooklyn Life. right of way 100 00 100 00 5 00 5 63 16 00 2 00 10 00 25 00 60 00 Willr, Robert Spencer, Lctltla Oreon, " " " " " " " " ' Drs. Klnche6lo Jc Board, amputating Ueo. Douglas arm, Mich Meyer, trustee for John Hlbbs... 0, E. Hasncll, trustee for James M. , ,,... Richardson A. A. Richardson, trustee for Thos. Simmons O, K. Totalsums allowed $5,280 copy attest t JOHN II. MONARCH, LOUISVILLE, KY. For Sale by A. It. 1'INUEII, Cloverport, Ky. Clerk U. C. O. Bates to the World's Fair. Call on agents of tho Louisville, fit, Louis & Texas Railway before purchasing our tickets to Chicago. Direct connection made with nil lines via Louisville. Good servico nnd best of attention shown to passengers, u For further Information, address Louisvillo, Ky. Any Person That Is troubled with constipation can ,.,......., , 32 75 J. " " L. Rhodes Mattle and Lucretla Cannon right of way F.K.Rhodes, " llaswell, trustee for Margaret FroJ Fralso Cas Rhodes, right of way " " ' ' 53 33 40 00 60 00 110 00 25 00 10 00 1 1 W.D.Owen, " Missionary Meeting. There will bu a missiQnary mcetiug i 1 tho Irvlngton Baptist church, WednesItov.s. W. E. day, Novsmber 1st, 1803. Crocker, I). W. Herring, F. M. Itoyall and T. I Blalock will bo present. It will bo their farewell meeting with this There church before sailing ibrCiinu. will be a morning and afternoon session Wo and all are Invited to be present. expect several other ministers beslilo these to be with us. ' " " D.C.Moorman " V. B, Burton, J, II. Avltt, viewer on road one day '" " Win. Harsbfleld, " " ' W. H. lUihntn, " L.CIemmons, " i' Specialists aro devoting much timo to D. N. Howard, ' " " ' study of tho Tobacco, Opium and Len Cashman, tho " " W. II. Dutschke, Drink Habit, but HIII'h Chlorido of " " remedy yet Kdgar Adklssnn, Gold Tablets are the only ' " discovered which works a speedy, per- T. N. MtOlotMan, " " W.O. Dandy. manent cure. Using them, tho patient Win. Argabrlght, " " can contlnuo his practices until gradually R. W. Owen, bal, on bridge contract.,. and of his own accord, lie loses tho de- W. J. Dean, Jr, lumberon publloroad sire und finds himself freo from the fet- J. 0. llurob, 3 sills for bridge- ters of this terrible curso. Ask your Cb.s, D. Miller, D. S local druggist for Hill's Chloride of Gold J lies TarVer, attention to privy and court yard Tablets anil lake no other, 0. W. Carwlle, 00 ' 1 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 101 1 I 1 1 trustee for Jas. K. Mattiogly A, Crawford, trustee for Btttte Haw V kin Same, trustee for Addia Foote, Alexander & l'lle', trustee for Naney ...; , . Bramlett W. D. Oxen, trustee for Jas. and Hannah Loyd T. A. Beavln, suveylng by order of court) r..,i.. ,,A.... II. F. Beard Sc Co,, road tools, desk In Judges oftlce John Slatonjaller i. Mlcajab Bobbins, trustee for Louis Bobbins , Davl Vest & Sons, .'. 70 25 00 15 00 get Immediate and permanent relief by using Dr. Hale's Household Tea. One doson day at bed time. 25 nnd .50c. packages nt Short & Hnynes' drug store. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agont, II. C. MoitDUK, Roughs ShoaU and pigs Best Butchers Medium to good butchers , HOGS. Cbolco packing and butchers., Fair to good ' BEANS. 4 Michigan, hand picked 1 80 to 2 10 Indiana Navy 1'60 to 1 80 " Common and colored ;,, 76 to 1 00 Flat and mixed ;'....., B5 to"! 00 CATTLE. Good to extra shipping...., 4 00 4 26 Light shipping 3 85 4 10 3 40 , 3 00 ' 3 05 3 25 . Wheat in Christian County. 100 1 17(0 19 14 3 00 16 25 20 00 John II Mcdavock, repairs Honey , Locust bridge , , D, Ilambleton, inquest on Louts Llghtfoot ,'.!,.:. Cbas Tlnius, lumber on Bull & Town creek bridges ..v Jas S. Tlnlas, hauling timber, lum ber, lie,, V Tho Hopklnsvillo Kontucklan says: 6 00 'Wheat threshing has been in ordor durs of ing tho post week and fully 40 00 tho crop has been knocked out. Tho yield is generally satisfactory and tho 18 00 condition excellent, somo weighing 04 pounds to the measured bushel. Much 1176 of tho crop has been sold nnd delivered at prices ranging from 40 to 55 cents. 211 19 Somo buyers storing their purchases, be- -' 616 76 Moving thnt thero will bo a heavy advance In price by October 1. Thero is 30 00 cortninly no prosptjH of tho price becoming lower." four-fifth- convince llto most skeptical Unit " C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure" I the- greatest remedy extimt foe tho euro - A trial will lbs and SHEEP. Good to extra shipping .. Fair to good LASIB3. Good to extra spring Fair to good i 100 0 85 0 70 6 15 M 6 65 B 60 Qc 6 75 3 25 under.3 00 . fe 2 76 , ...... 1 (0 3 25 2 50 ' 4 60 2 60 $4 00 4 75 Colds, &c. of Croup', Coughs, , RETAIL MARKET. weekly. j '. Apples, per peek 15' 6. , 1.(3)20; to. Butter, per pound Cheese, per pound ....'.... e, (, .'.,. 4I620 Ououmbers, per doten..,, ...,,,....,,.. tSlo!,o, ',.".,,, Cabbage, per head 5 . Chickens, each ;.,.'.2(I25 ' e. Corn, per bushel... v! 6?0O o. Ducks, each .2030 c, K8 i....,.,., ,...f , Now politpes, nef peck .,..,,,.'.. ,1( 20 ,e. conaiccTKD OLOVKRPOUT k Wb ) P' Jpn Ue. Onions, 26 00 i bo annoyed by ooo' sick headacho and constipation, don't uso DoVitt's Littlo Early Kisors for 01)0 these littlo pills will euro them. A. It. FiBhor, Cloverport, and Vitt A Meador," ' 3 00 Ilardinsburg, If you can afford to (VUiMlflQ9tarf' w i i Btrlng beans, per peck' ..'.,V.U.1.:.? ' 20 '&. Rprlng chickens, each.. ,.;...;;.. '.....12i20o. ad. T per tvneai, ,60vc. ousnei i. .....) Roasting ears, per dosen ....)...., ,10 io. , Tomato, per dos,. ' ro-Sweet Potatoes per peck ,'. '' 5' o. .'.,..,'.... Dried Beans Dried Peaches 6 .o. D.ied Apples ...,..,....,, P. Greon Apples, per bushel ,..., 00 o, o. perptek..,,. :.,.'..'. 20 To, r . ilWWPW' gfi TM'mm .i.tf . .. i. .!. ..Ifcin.. ..j "I ill m nmiw Jamop "' M- - '" Lewis, Contractor p. & Builder. OLOVERPORT, KY. MfirEstiinntes furuishd on nppllcatl ""Robert E. Woods, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ?t J Room 47 Trust Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. LEE BISHOP, GONSTABLxR HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. .AI1 hunlneiK entrusted to my hftndt elver, Notes ami prompt nnd cnrclul Attention. collected and prompt returns made. Send inc your business. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OOTOBEK 18, 1893. t r ,.-- LOCAL BREVITIES. Fresh mackerel Sulzer's. Pumpkins for pies Sulzur's. Genuine French sardines Sulzur's. If its new and just out Sulzer's have" The game law expires nextj Friday Oct. 20, - For bargains in boots and shoes go to Super's. Sweet cider, just from tlio press at the City Bakery. Charlio Woods, of Victoria, was in the city Saturday. Try that now mince meat at the City Bakery, it's fine. Air. Geo. Mason, of Lewlsport, spent Sunday In the city. Mr Frank May, of Whltcsville, was in the city last week Mr, llichard May, of Hardinsburjr, was in town Sunday. If you need anything in rubber bouts or shoes go to Sulzur's. You can't shoot quail over in Indiana until after Nov. 10th. Will Kayborn and Ether Hall visited friends at Philpot last week. d We have tho finest jam you ever down your throat Sulzer's. t Kev. Shelly will preach at Holt Sunday at 11 a. m, Hero at night. Mr. Courtney Long, of Owensboro, visits this city quite often. Some attraction. ltenow your subscription. If you can't renow for a year do bo for three or six months. Mr.l)an Sehnnk, of Koine, Ind., was in tho city Monday and paid the Nkuh oilico a visit. Doughnuts, mince pies, colfeo cake and n full assortment of all other cakes nt tho City Bakery. Ask for White Frost flour don't have any other kind we handlo this desirable flour Sulzer's. Nat Tucker, of near Stcphensport, was in to sue us lost week and tho label on his News now reads 04. Flickner canned fruit tho best on earth see the samples now on exhibition at our store Sulzer's. . Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolte, Mrs Dr. J. E. Brown and Mr. It. L. Polk left Monday to visit the World's Fair. Komeinber tho prayer meeting services and at the at tho Baptist church night. Methodist church Use the wonderful seal oil shoe dressing for ladles shoes at Sulzer's, a largo shoo buttouer with every bottle free. White Frost flour tho king of all flour best raises w ell makes good bread-t- ho flour on the market try a sack Sulzer's. Thomas Gaines, a.negro plasterer, is a candidato for city councilinen in Henderson, with fair prospects of being elected. Heinz's pickles are tho best that are mado. Always fresh and solid we keep them in bottles and in bulk. Try them Sulzer's. Billy Downs Bays lie has a fine crop of red tobacco, and that there are several good crops in his neighborhood. He wants to see a buyer, Sulzer's are giving great bargains in boys' lino boots. Boys como and see them, tho great Bale will last for a few days only. Don't miss it. Peter Broshear is turning out 500 barrels of llmo per week at his llmo kiln near Stcphensport. Ho makes a good article and finds ready sale for it. A great many farmers are finding out that there is more money mado at raising tobacco and corn, than there is in working in timber and on tho railroad. Wash Lano found an old copper cent . piece whilo digging over at the Presbyterian church, that ho has refused $5 for, bo ho says. Ho is waiting to seo Dave Murray and get $10. A "young lady bought ono of our nice new cloaks tho day after she put it on she was engaged only a few more cloaks like that left Bail in girls but don't nil como at once Sulzer's. A splondid vitrified brick pavement will bo laid in front of the engine houso on Fourth street. Tho bricks have been ordered from Cloverport and will probOwonsboro ably reach hero Inquirer. Billy Heusly, of Hardinsburg, renowed Ids subscription to the News for the seventeenth tlmolastMonday. William is not very old, nor aro wo, but tho figures kinde'r'get away with us don't they William? Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Oolzo and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weaver, Mr, and Mrs. Sam Conrad and Bon, Shelby aro six miles bock of Leavenworth on Blue river camping, hunting, fishing and exploring Wyandotte cavo. Morris Beard says business is reviving, money is getting easier. Charlio Skill-ma- n says the same. Bdth these young men are bankers and handle all tho money that's afloat 'round in this section. They know whereof they apeak. These aro cheering words, aptly spoken. Keep th,em moving down tho line and keep Moving yourself. Get a hustle on you. Do BoiMrthlg, ern something and quit croaking. jum-.mcnt-x- W it. . -- . .' i V v ' te to Tjpwaro all kinilj 8ulzer.'s Busjnep wis good in fpwn Saturday. flintpil apilsllpeij pjnoan.nJeg-Sul-- crs. s havo the best shoes far tho money. Seedless raisins for pics and cakes per. Suler'B. Pino apple preserves good and fresh J. J. Dyer went to Jolly's Station Sun-- '' day. Sulzer's. Hop sacking tho latest in dress goods E. A. Kissnm wont to tho World's Sulrcr's. Fair lost week. To tho World's Fair next Tuesday for Cracker Meal for frying oysters and only $7. steak Suls-er'T, M. Lockard went to Irsington Did you see those lino dongola button Thursday. shoes nt Sulzer's ? Now evaporated peaches and apricots. Heinz's Chili sauco for fresh meats of all kinds Sulzor's. Sulzer's. W. It. Pierce lias sold out his grocery Miss Mnudo Willis returned from to S. L Sulzer, Owensboro Saturday. Wo aro getting in new hats dally. Fresh doughnuts nt tho City Bakery Come and oee them. llaynes & Moorevery Saturday. Miss Itoso Holt is visiting friends nt man. Mr. llobert Wallaco, of Louisvlllo, was Clarksville, Tenn. Celery salt, mado expressly to bo used tho guest of Capt. P. V. Duncan last week. on celery Sulzer's. W. M. Frymiro and wife, of Union If you have confidence and udvertise, Star, Ky., were in town Saturday shopbusiness will revive. Boy's don't miss tho great bargains in ping. Miss Ida Weisenborger loft last Friday fine boots nt Sulzer'ov Two loads of now tobacco camo to town for Siberia, Iud., where sho has a good Monday to bo prized. school. Mrs. Ida Weisenberger went to LouisSix per cent will bo added to your ville Thursday to visit her daughter, Mrs. taxes after November 1. Mies Jennie Mullen is visiting Mrs. Carroll. Mako your selection off somo of the Joo Friel near Victoria. Farmers are sowing increased crops of nice dress goods thoy nro going fast Sulzer's. wheat in spite of tho low price. Mr, and Mrs. William Bricky and MasOs Hayncs, of Union Star, was in the ter Ollie and Miss Maggie Bates were in city Sunday to attend "church." These aro good old 'possum nights, town Monday, tho guests of Mr?. Ulrleh Farbcr. don't you hear dem dogs u barken'. Mr. J. V. Culley.of Tallahassee, Fla., Tho Texas is now selling tickets to is in the city tho guest of his sou, David. Chicago and return for $SC0 good for Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Short returned fifteen days. Geo. Harris is representing tho Masonlast Wednesday from tho World's Fair. Cracker meal for flsli, oysters and ic Lodge, of this city, nt the Grand Lodge meat is tho thing try n packago Sul- Louisville, this week. Our 'stock is very complete and all wo zer's. Silas Miller has built a pretty little want is a chance to please you, Give us cottago on his farm on tho piko ninr a trial. llaynes & Moorman. Miss Bertie Crecolius, of Paradiso BotHardinsburg. tom, was visiting bore Thursday last. .Alfred Oolzo is building a green-hoilsin his yard. Flowers over our way all Leavenworth Democrat. , We can sell you n hat nt any prico from winter, thank you. There were several farmers in town 25c. up. They aro pretty bo ladies of Saturday with samples of now tobacco. taste say. Hayncs & Moorman. No sales reported. Rev. W. M Burgess will fill his regular Still thoy go the big lino of cloaks nppointment nt tho Presbyterian church and wraps get ono today before thoy next Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. aro all gone Sulzer's. Mr. J. L. Ganane, engineer and Wick Next Tuesdny is your chance to mako Dollaven, fireman of the L. H. & W, a cheap trip to the World's Fair. Only $7 for the round trip. Tickots good for wt ro in tho city Sunday. Tho Leavenworth Democrat says thero ten days. Mrs. Henry Boyd and her daughter, Iiavo been over 100,000 tons of fertilizer Miss Belle Bruce, passed up on the train sold at that place this season. Mrs. W. G. Smart accompanied by her yesterday enroute to their future home, son, Walter, left last Thursday to visit Washington City. Judgo Holt has a four aero orchard the tho Great White city and Chicago. If you aro looking for something to apples off which netted him this year cook tnko a peep through our grocery $440. Tho Judgo also lias tho best potato department you will find it Sulzer's crop in the bottom. Clayton Crosson lias been confined to When "Old Bed" bobs up in tho West his bed for two weeks with a malarial end, "Little Bob" is sure to pop up in fever. He is Borao better this week, but tho East end. They aro good friends, not able to bo out. but ns cross as two sticks when it comes Mr. Geo. II. Gregory was taken sudto city politics. denly sick last week and was in a very Mr. John T. Castlo died at his resicritical condition for a day or two. He dence in this city Monday night after an is much better this week illness of several months. His funeral Mrs. L. T. Williams, who has been tho occurred yesterday, tho Masons officiatguest of her daughter, Mrs. J. II May-hal- l, ing, of which order ho was n faithful for tho past week, returned to her member.. Mr. Castle was a man of many homo in Owensboro Sunday. flue qualities, generous and kind to famWhat about that Putterson hill. Frank ily and friends, honest nnd upright in all blow Fralzo says he will give $50 towards put- his dealings. llit death is a sorevo to his family who have tho sympathy of ting it in good passablo condition. This the entire community. kind of talk will do tho work too. . LODIBURG. A study of tho laws of health will readily convince you that grain and fruit Thos. Payno is at Hardinsburg on the is tho proper food for man. Boiled oat jury. a dozen There will be prayer meeting nt Bon avena is a light healthy food-t- ry Hardin's packages Sulzer's. .rs. J. F. KeyB, of Irvington, was in The following persons left Saturday for the World's Fair. Mrs O. W. Moor-ma- n the valley last week. of it Captain an and son, Charlio, Mr. and Mrs. A. tliis time. Jack has draw easy timo Charlio oil. B. Skillman, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bow-mMr. Milton McAfee, of Union Star, and Miss Pearl Miller. was visiting Mr. Keys last week. Tired cross snappish mean desMiss Marvic Bandy, tho school teacher perate is tho feeling a woman has when at Jaredo district, is sick at this writing. Quito n crowd at Mr. BonBeauchamp's sho makes poor bread. Good bread can only be had by using Fleishman's yeast last Wednesday night, nt prayer meeting. and White Frost flour Sulzer's. Mr. and Mrs. tlazelwood, of this place, Friday is not an unlucky day for Col- nro visiting friends in Louisville this umbus discovered America on that day week. Washington was born on Friday tho Mr. Owen says somo Bay a pain is painPilgrims landed on Friday and every ful, but ho thinks it is painful to bo withFriday wo havo a big lot of Fleishman's out a Payne. Mr W. II. Gibson nnd family were yeast, the luckiest bread raising yeast on visiting N. P. Gibson, of Sinking Creek, tho market Sulzer's. last Sunday. The Honorablo Jonas was at HardinsBill Keys says ho never worked in burg Monday. He looked nwful lone- hickory timber, but he knows how to some. John Slaton was over at Irving-to- n run a school. Miss Georgia Basham, of Clifton Mills, attending tho People's party mcetln' and getting "Old Man" Lennin in lino. was visiting her sister, Miss Laura HardTho "foxes" will bVgln to jump noxt in, of Lodlburg. Mrs. Belle Fitch, of Clifton Mills, was , week. Cnpt. Felix Hawkins, ono of tho most visiting her mother, Mrs. Keys, of this popular commanders that runs tho river plaro, last week. Ben Hardin raised com this year that was hero yesterday, meoting his many thirty-tw- o rows of grains on tho cob, warm friends. Capt. Hawkins has spent has who can beat it? life in the Louisville and Evausvllle his Mr. Blako stole a march on them last packet line, and the banks of tho Ohio Thursday night and saw Miss Nettio at are glad Mr. Basham s. aro lined with his frionds. Wo to Bee him in such good health. LeavenCash andltemus Basham wcro visiting their sister, Mrs. Laura Hardin, last Sunworth Democrat The women God bless 'cm, tho hard day and Monday. soro eyes call If you havo times don't effect them. They aro out in tho now stock themillinery goods nnd seeg of at Lodi-burfull force, from town and country, enjoyand cure them. ing these beautiful autumn days, crowdMr. and Mrs. Joe Stewart woro visiting ing the streets, the stores, tho roads, buy- his brother, Leo Stuwart, of Sample, last ing something and trading their fruit, Sunday ana M6nday, Tho Bishop is not quito so popular chickens, butter and eggs. Thoy makcth with tho new mlllinor, the heart of the storekeeper glad. Good he was a few days ago, of Lodiburg, as timesaro not only coming, hut they aro Miss Mary Shelman, who has been in here. New Mexico for the past two years, reJimmy Miller, candidate for County turned homo last week, Mr. Joo Fitch, of Clifton Mills, has School Superintendent, is a sly old ''bach." Dili you ovor notico that the contract to weatherboard anew and Grovo church, straight eye of his, eald Judge Board, paint Walnut Mills, Mrs. Reno Basham, of got it square on tho was visUlng hor daughter,Clifton Laura Now watch, he's Mrs. prettiest school inarm in all this county, Hardin', of this placo, last week, and he's going to keep it thero until after Mr. W. II. Gibson, of this neighbortho election then ho's going to take her hood, housed tho finest crop of hurley tobacco of anyono in this section. In. Mr. Belle, of Garfield, was visiting his The party of "campers" lor Leavensister, Miss Emma Belle, the school worth had an old timo sejgo of it waiting marm, of Poplar Grove, last week. for n boat last Saturday. Thoy expected Messrs. Sara Robertson, Joo Stowart, to get oil" early that morning, but no Owen Keys and Milton McAfeo attended boat. They waited all day Saturday- sat prayer meeting last Wednesday, night, Master Alaska Hardin was visiting his tip all that night and caught tho boat about 10 o'clock Sunday morning. When grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bas'last heard from thoy were just above ham. of Clifton Mills, last Saturday and Sunday, btepnengport uuu up in a iog. it. is proJW. 8. Basham, of Clifton Mills, Is bable they'will roach their destination some timo this week, provided they negotiating with parties in Indianapolis, don't strike a snag and the steam holds for a tract of land on SlnklnirCreek two mil. below Clifton Mills. out, Ni!ah-8pi-8eF- pMl - ?9- .lom- wnrllclt, is flrllfim0 Fresh fruits at tho City Send in the names of your visitors. Fresh wholo and split peas Sulzer's. Keep your oyo on tho label of your paHal-pr- YWWWV&A&iWMt Bul-Ecr'- Iijl Days of Old y -- YOU - SHOET, Or aro you tall, bo you big or bo you small, wo'vo 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 the prices right, too made to suit the hard times, and no extra charge for "music and flowers," because wo don't need 'em in our business. When nights were cold and barons lmd their say, There wore no fairs, nor bulls nnd bears, Ab in this latter day-aay, As in this latter day. And when thotravelor went, ho took along a tent, And woro his clothes when in roposo, and saved a pilo ot rent. He had no use for ruBSOt shoes, nor and sich. Ho woro long curls, and loved the girls, and let four-in-han- FALL OVERCOATS Now ripe. We've got a big crop. - Come and get a sample. - on ho was rich. But since thoso days the people's ways have undorgono a change. g cars 'ncath sun and stars from Maino Maine to Texas rango to Texas bags galoro aro found within And trunks and our store, For one and all who feel a call their country to explore. Fast-flyin( MM Republican- WINTER "WHITE HOUSE." - k SIROCCO. CO, KY. OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIERS, CORNER THJRD AND MARKET, i,WW,'m'1 Citizens Ticket. Is What Tho Republicans Put For tho City Officos. The Meeting Not Altogether Up - - LOUISVILLE, Har- monious. Tho meeting called for last Saturday night by tho chairman of tho Republican comralltco met promptly nt 7 : 30 in tho city hnll and was called to order by chnlrmon Aid who rend tho call and tried to impress tho fact on his hearers thnt it was strictly a Republican meeting, regularly called and whatever action was taken tho party was responsible. Ho said the first thing in order was the selection of a permanent chairman and on motion of Mr. Amol Oelzo Mr. Alii was selected for that position, not, how ever, without somo protest on the part of that gentleman. Tho meeting couian t seo it in that light so ho finally consented nnd the meeting proceeded to business. R. L. Oelzo was chosen secretary. Tho chairman again read tho call nnd stated that it was a Republican meeting nnd nono but Republicans had a rlnht to participate. R. N. Miller was the first gontlemnn to speak on tho subject of nominations. Ho said in substance thnt ho did not be. lievo politics should bo brought into city elections. That ho was in favor of good men for tho places rather than politicians. Wlint tho city nocded wns a good honest government and tho men should be selected witli that view. Ho was not in favor of putting a straight Republican ticket In the Hold and for thnt reason ho had declined to make tho rnco for Police Judgo himself. Thero will bo presented to this meeting a list of names for tho different offices mndo up of both Democrats and Republicans, nnd I am in favor of tills meeting endorsing that ticket nnd I mnke n motion to thnt effect, if I can get a second. Mr. Amol Oelzo seconded tho motion of Mr. Miller and endorsed thnt gentleman's position. Ho too was of tho opinion that politick should not bo mado an Issuo in city elections nnd ho was in favor of good mon, regardless of their politics. Thero is no chanco to elect n strictly Republican tickot for tho reason said ho that tho Republicans nro in tho minority nnd thoro is no show for them. Ho "was strongly in favor of endorsing tho men named in tho list to bo presented and ho hoped the meeting would think so too, theroforo ho seconded Mr. Miller's motion, nnd requested tho chairman to rend tho list. "Daisy" Beavin was next heard from. Ho was not in favor of tho motion but wanted n stra'ght Republican ticket, lie thought it was best to mnko n party "fight nnd wns opposed to tho motion. Chairmnn Ahl was with Mr. Beavin on that point but was not bo emphatic nor so enthusiastic. Tho Captain wanted it distinctly understood that ho was with tho majority in whatever thoy donn but warned them to look woll to it before they acted. Tho list of names was produced nnd rnn,l litr tlin plinirmnn. It nrnvi'il to 1)B a petition signed by thiityor moro citizens requesting tho county clerk to havo a "Citizens Ticket" put on the ballot for The tho city election in November, names are as follows, viz. For Mayor, J. A. Barry ; For Police Judge, L. G. Gregory; Councilmon, It. B. Fierce, Chas. B Skillman, S. P. Conrad, Alfred Oolzo, F. P. Payno nnd Silas Llllnrd. Tho petition was signed by tho follow Ezra Rcld has returned to tho Golden State accompanied by his brother, from Brownsville, Ky. Prayer meeting nt Now Highland every Wednesday night. Tho brown colored bird dog whoso whereabouts J. Y. Bennett, of Paynes-vill- e is anxious to learn, is nt Will Coleman's near Sulphur Springs. I am gratified to learn that my young menu JJick unto is improving nicely. But, who wouldn't improve when a voice as of an angel wafted from 'yon:'er shore' enchantiugly sings ones lulla-by- . Married, in tho Catholic church at Pnynesvillo nt tho hour of !), on tho morning of tho 10 inst., Mr. John Kcric to Miss Alice Dnis, Father Schmidt officiating. Charlio Glazo was arrested on the evening of the 8th inst., and taken to Brandenburg and lodged in jail. The grand jury at its last sitting having found a true bill against him for forgery nnd other unlnwlul acts which havo caused an uneasiness in tho community for somo months past. Tho neighbors will all ucquisco in tho following, "Von may notch it on dc palimasa mighty rlalty To make your judgment by do i dat klers up n man ; For I hardly necdi to tell you how you often clo-c- f And while we brag on trunks, and bags, ' Wo put tho prices down, Determined quito to kocp the right of Trade in this hero town. ! f WSA6A' 8eTT& v, O O T SSoEs! SlfeS plan, 'Tis sweet to love, but, oh, how bitterl To love a girl whose shoes don't fit her. comes acrosti, A fifty dollar taddlc on a twenty dollar horse : An' wukln' In dc low groun'k, you dukher as you go, Dat de fines' sliuck may hide do mcancs nubbin In a row I" er ing: I. K. Wheeler, 1. K. Keith, C. E. Keith, V. O. Allen, n. U. Pierce, 1', V. Duncan, I.D. Orcifory, C. I). Temple, O. T. Sklllmin. Chai. II. Skillmnn. II. A. Oel, J.C. Nolle, ll.T. Kd K. I'. Nolte. OrcL-or- Polk. U, N. Miller, L. G. Gregory, O. W.Jordan, S. 1. Conrad, II, II, weaver. A. II. Skillman, It. S Oclie, W. II. Mullen, Chai. Il.llelilel, C. M. Amcnt, David S. Culley. V. V. I'arne. II. I.. Morton, The device to bo used is a "Pair of A motion to scales equally poised." enuorsQ tno ticket was pur. anu unaniThe meeting then mously carried closed. Seven Dollar Bate to the World's Fair. Tho Louisville, St. Louis and Texas announces n $7 rate to the World's Fair good for ten days. Tho tickets will bo good on tho morning train on Tuesday, Oct. 24th. Sleeping car accommodations can bo secured on this train by paying for them. Forfurthor information call W. O. Am,en, Agt. on Or you aro itAtic koocI for jv Yoauout, reallyAvnr.a nothing all worn It 1 JIUUWil'S IRON JUTT&XS. ft Will cure you, and Ktve a goo! appetite, It all ommh In tawllWM. iretierui delillity. Try field Rumor is current to tho effect thnt a thief having mado a raid on n coal house in Brandenburg, was met at tho door by a half dozen charges from a pistol. The enraged defender of tho premises falling to down tho object of his wrath with shooting-iron- s nrocecded to hurl misseles from his hand 'till tlio life of tho culprit becomo extinct, when to his horror lie found that tho man hnd been transformed into an animal of tho bovine genius. A timely inquest developed the fact that the calf had come to its death by a lick from n rock hurled from the hands o Bomo unknown person. Tho quorry now is who could tho thief havo been V No ono was missing from town hut Douglas Collins and ho lias returned while the carcass of tho calf though minus thohido still remains. Wo havo read in fairy tales of such transformation but never heard of any so close to homo before. Rov. Whito filled his regular .appointment at New Highland the 8th inst., to n largo audience. Tho day was lovely, tho sun shedding its bright rays o'er hill and dale, tho bracing health-givin- g atmosphere causing many to turn out to hear tho beatitudes from tho hook of life expounded by their able Tho "middlo of splitters" minister. wero thero with a move on 'em that time nnd atrnin mado ono ask himself tho question, am I really at church 7 or am 1 about to take a seat in tlio roomy structure beforo me to listen to n politi cal ucunto, An old cliurch member one who hns been rocked and reared in the crndlo of Democracy, bustad himself watching the people as they came up and when ho would see a man he thought would cater to Ills liking no would beckon him round tho corner, unfold to him n document n yard or moro long, said to havo been drawn ui by tho County Clerk and impart to him tho provisions as therein stated., namely thnt tho law required 100 names of tho voters of the coun.y, said document to insuro jur. Elisha Ashcrafts namo to bo placed on the poll books thnt aro to como beforo tho people nt the November election. Robed in tho habiliments of religion Mr. Ashcrnft's claim was pressed to such an extent ns to cause groups' to gathor on tlio door Bteps to listen to the urgent solicitations of the enrolling clerk and sign their names to tho document that did not fail to meet the ever watchful oyes of tho pastor, neither did ho fail to o mako a uoto of it. nor did lie fail to them when ho took his accustomed placo in tho pulpit. I don't desire to bo bo graphioin presenting a of such nn orignul proceeding for somo who wero not thoro might doubt my varacity, but no ono there at tho time what I write. Mr. Ash-crawill gain-sa- y has asked mo not to "bo to hard on him." I wouldn't Elisha but you know it's human naturo for a fellow to tabo up for his own party. Wo can not "As tho "6crvo God and mammon." twig Is bent, tho tree's Inclined." My growth lias over been onwnrd and 'upward' you will readily agree. Tho good book says that "Tlio tree is known by its fruit." I have not yet seen any fruit ripening from tho tender sprouth Elisha has put forth nnd I greatly fear thnt thoro has been n mistake made jn tlio graft. Personally I havo nothing against Mr, ABhcraft ho is a clever gentleman, but thoro is n crisis pending of which wo should wait nnd seo tho out como of before going off after strungo Gods. In a recent lasuo of tho Nkws mention was mado of tho fact that "a littlo apathy existed" in Meade couiity in regard to tho Richardson Gross campaign. I can truthfully say that minds aro already changing very fast in my immediato neighborhood. "Tho voice that was still," Is still no moro. Seeing tho desperate efforts ot tho middlo splitters and Republicans, tho tocsin of alarm has been sounded. Tlio cry for Gross nnd Hardin flout out on every broezennd is wafted to every truo Democratic liomo "wnking(a3 It wero) to ecstacy the living lyre." Men wno out a day ago vowed tnoy would not voto for Gross, nro now urging each other to support him nnd 'tis to bo hoped that tho predominate spirit to 'bo a man instead of a mouse,' will gain posession of many moro beforo the coming election, con-suro ft 5E Wo are so situated so as to please both along this line. Buying our shoes direct from tho manufac- turers, wo feel assured that our goods will como up to our guarantee. Twenty years of ex- perience has given us twenty years of success in the shoo trade of this county. Wo have some brands of shoes which wo havo been carrying for a quarter of a century, and wo seo no reason for changing. Thero aro men in this county twenty years old whoso first shoes woro tho toll T"Sr Sr""S- M It. nnil to-da- y they aro wearing Buol ehoes. SZS "2 was their first, it is their last, and they havo iv V been wonderfully pleasod. S B. F. BEARD & CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. J. 0. BOURNE, J. M. HARPER, DANIEL I1R00K3 BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE, KY. JllUUHK aauarTKi lleliu. lnDlalnwrnuoer. Kor alo la Cloverport, Kr..br A. suaraowod tocurBlllierToutUleo.ucU as Weak Meiuorjr.Lotsof Uriln powerlnUeneratlfeOrK.ru at either aexoaniicd dt oToroieriion.Touiniui error., eiceulio mo of tobacco, opium or which lead to InUrmltr. rnmomDtlon or Inunitr. fun i r.(u.n.. .vett pocket. lperboz,U(orS, by mall prepaid. Vltba83 order wo or refund the m written arunranteelo cureWrltnfnrfrAAAfHi1tr.tl inrv. Hold brail takononthpr. JdrilirffUtl. Itiwik Alklortl. AddreisNEUViii:a:iC'U..klauiniaamnin 11. MANHOOD RESTOREDITlEwHoyufiufd,; a. KISlIKU.and b O. O. MAUT1N, Druggltu. ..,!. hah.. Why We Do It I Wo aro giving away Fino Pastel and Engravings in n nico frame, also largo Books, such as Lifo of James Q. Blaino, Clevoland & Stevenson, Stanloy in Africa, Homo Instructor, Guide to Chicago, also a nico Spice Cabinet. Our reason, 1st, Wo wish to express to our Old Customors our appreciation of Staple and Fancy Groceries, their patronngo, 2d, Wo hopo to induco a largo and havo tho above oxplained to number of Now Customers to trado you. with ub, at leuBt enough, to test tho Rospectfully, quality of our goods, our prices, P. N. D'HUY, our reliability and our way of CLOVERPORT, KY doing business, n Wo believe in enterpriseand advertising, and ;n using all honor ablo means to increaso trado Please bear in mind that wo mako no advanco in our prices, but you will find our prices as reasonablo as any ono. Pleaso call nnd our lino of Watches, Clocks, Jowelry, Spectaclos, Silverware, Musical Gpods, and last, but not least, a nico stock of ox-ami- no ,.,y 6 Breckenridge News. jMm if l m , THEX BRELGKNRIDOEX MONTHLY CROP REPORT NWS, GLOYRRPORT, THE MAMMOTH SOUNDS THE EY. m When money is so plentiful that tho greater part of it cannot bo employed in Speculative call loans, it will then seek WEDNESDAY. OCTOBF.K 18, 1803. investment in business nod industrial enterprises; tho labor power that is The Lone Fisherman. to waste will be utilized, and the He's a Inafin' laiy Idler, an rlon't 'pear to give farmers will bo nblo to get remumeralivu rap. About any kind o biiness, or about the grpwln' prices for their Wo mny recur to crojw. crap; But you oughter ee him sunnin.' on the liver this subject again, hut our correspondent bank, to anil);, A'hen tlie h.h la In the watt, an' the halt It In cancatry out this line of reasoning for hfnlself. Atlanta Constitution. the jug. f now-goin- mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmsmmmmKmBmmmmsm Of Commissioner of Agicullure, La Ten Thousand Tongues will Tell yot( that no other House Ever Did, liver Will or Ever Can Sell the Same Perfect Goods for the Same Low I'rices as Klcinhans & Simonsou Sell Thcnt. bor and Statistics. FlSAMOOItT, Kv , Oct,, 0, 18!:i. The rain which commenced ton tin Met dny of Septenlber has been general all over thu StaU. In somo putts of tho Stato there has not been rain to do any good since tho last week in June. All kinds of grass was completely bunud up and stock water getting very scarce The farmers had begun to feed their stock on fodder and hay. In somo localities they bad a rain on Septembor Uth, which will make a great change in late tobacco and lato corn, and Unless wo have an early frost tho condition of the crop will bo materially changed. I have no report from any of my corresirandenls of Vlainago done by tho frost of Scplcm her 17th. I REMOTE -- l'l H33SSE . Or. Hale's Household Ointment Is the finest remedy in tho world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neu ralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like thejue. magic Cures salt rheum in the most After a. while he raltet up, an, keerlessly lookt soothing manner. Cures inflamed and about. Then drawt It gently to htm, an' pulls the corn. Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs nnd cob top per out I Then he shakes It up an' down, till he heart the Colds. Can bo taken internally. A posistuff ro kerchug, for the fish it la the water, an' the bait It in the tive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstandBut when the sun's a.tlnkln, an' the katydids ing, Corns and bunions are cured quickcommence, lilt pathway home lookt like; the track of an ly; different from all else; superior to nil TOllACCO. old, worn-orail fence I'or he's feelin' K)wTul heavy, an' it gilt to be else; It has no equal. l!oc. and 50c. boxes. Tho larger part of thu tobacco crop is a lug. Ijtrgo size claapest, Bold at Short & When the flth It In the water, but the bait ain't housed. Tho rains in tho last fuw days Ilaynes' drug store. In the tug. caught a great deal that was cut but not '.. N. WOOD. AtlanU, Ga. housed, aud for fear of frost a great deaj Getting Toned Up. A Good Thing to Keep at Hand. ol green tobacco liiw been cut. A There was a fakir with an electrical From the Troy (Kantat) Chief. in condition this month machine on wheels in the public square Somo years ago we were ycry much ovjjrlast, but the crop is reported by many at Chattanooga. Any one wanting his subject to severe spells of cholera morbus; syrtem toned up had only to hand him a corresiondents ns being prematurely rip s nnd now when we feel any of the ulckle and grasp the handles attached to ened, aud of un inferior quality. Per that usually proceed that ailment, tho battery. 711 Business was growing a cent. such aa sickness at the stomach, diarrha-CORK. little slack when an old ulurky couple etc., wo become scary. We have found Tho corn crop has mado n change of man and wifo camo along and paused Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dinr-rlue-a to see and hear. After three or four eight or ten points since last month Tho Itcraedy the very thing to straightgeneral opinion has been that there minutes the husband turned and said : en one out in such cases, and always kept of a crop It "Linda, I'ze gwino to git my system would bo about it about. We are not writing this for a remains to bo seen whether or not too toned up." pay testimonial, but to let our readers ''Slioo, now, Moses I Doan' yo' dun go much improvement is based on the late know what is a good thing to keep handy foolln' around 'bout, yo'r sistem. Yo'r rains. Much depends on lato frosts ns to in the house. For sale by A. It. Fisher, the outcomo of the lato corn. The parly system's all right." Cloverport, nnd Witt & Mcador, corn has mostly been cut and much of it "I'ze feelin' powerful bad jess now, Linda. Iteckon it might take dat feelin' haB cured up light nnd chaffy. Per cent. 07i. o' goneness away." The Effect of Free Coinage. WHEAT. "I'zo a tellin' yo' not to fool wid dat nr We print elsowhero a communication Wheat sowing will advnnco more rapmashecn, Moses!" she vigorously refrom Mr. J. II. Etheridge, of Eden good fur do system, idly sinco tho rain. The fanners aro House, N. C, which touches on a very plied. "Mebbo it's very backward with this crop, nnd tin) interesting subject, namely, the effect an' mebbo it'lt knock you frew the mid indications arc that the acreage will not die of next week' You's too ole to take that tlio free coinage of silver would be ho large. have on the prices of products nnd the chances Moses." OIIABSES. "Keep quiet, honey. I know prosperity of tho country. In the first Should the weather continue favorable what's fur do best. Hold ills washlo'd place, our correspondent preccives that fall grasses will bo all that could be dethe banks now have it in their power to while I git toned up." . He passed over his nickel and seized sired. In many places where thcro was congest tho currency of tho country in rain in September tho grass is now very the money centers, nnd, naturally the bandits. It was ono of those batter- fine. ies which hangs on to a man until the pnotigh, ho wants to know how the free , STOCK. oil-and the longer it and unlimited coinage of silver would current is shut Tho contlition of stock horses, mules, increiw tho per capita of circulation in hangs tho btronger tho current becomes. cattle and hogs is reported good every Thu old man had got about enough, and where. No ti tho witilh and make a more uniform complaint of any kind except his back was arched up and his feet of hog m. cholera. In ono of my reports In this way: The most of the mints spread apart, when two dogs began fight- last fall, I said to tho farmers that there ing a few yards away. The crowd made are open to the free coinage of silver was a very great shortage in tho hog a rush and the old man at the handles that money would become a money stand crop, ami from all tho information I can at' ard such as the Democratic platform de- was forgotten until ho began yelling get the supply will be fully us short this the top of his voice. As soon as the cur- fall. clares for. Tho unlimited demand for I failed this month to ask tho per silver bullion at the mint would carry rent was turned off ho dropped in a heap cent, of hops in our Slate, but will give We carried him to the walk and laid tho money value of tho coin into tho unit in somo of the hog groniug States: on his back auu threw water in his for no holder of bullion him coined metal, Illinois, 83 per cent: Iowa, 82 per cent; would accept a less price than the face, and after three or four minutes ho Kansas, 78 per cent. This time last year opened his eyes nnd grasped out: amount of legal tender money he could thu per cent, in Kentucky wits nbout 75. '!Dat-i- lat yo' Linda ?" exchange it for at the mint. Tho curIf these statements prove to bo correct, 1 1" she sternly replied. "Yes, dat's rency basis of tho country would bo it means high prices for hogs this fall "An' what's dun got de mattah wid and doub cd. In other words, the restoration winter. me?" Niciioi.ts McDowell, of silver to its old place in our monetary '!De mattah wid yo', Moses? De matCommissioner. syste n would enable the government (or tah wid yo'? Why yo' dun saw a brass the bunks) to double, with entire safety, Ono word describes it "perfection.' tho amount of paper currency now in bar'l on wheels, an' yo' paid 5 cents to Wo refer to DoWltt's Witch Hazel git you'r sistem toned un by tnkin' hold Salve, circulation. That which we now have cures obstinato sores, burns, skin rests nntirely on a gold basis, and that, of tho handles. Yo's got do tone! Yo'r diseases nnd is a well known euro for as wa-- t shown in the recent exportation tnouf is all dra wed around on yo'r should- piles. A. H. l'lsuer, Cloverport, nnd of the yollow metal, is a precarious basis. er, dat left eyo is all cocked up1 an' boat Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. liko It is a basis that is constantly increasing yo'r knees am wobbliu' ole rabbit in a Property Rights of Married Women. man git up in value, as is shown in the fact that bresh fence. Git up, an' como along mi' bring dat tone wid According to a new law which went tho. who aro compelled to go into tho markxt to buy money to pay their debts yo', and bo dun glad yo' hain't an ole into effect last week tho property riithts Yo's bin toned, an' of married women are greatly enlarged. find yar, by year that $100 commands fool nigger no mo'! Formerly a married womnn could not a larger amount of their produce. In yo's jess liko a white gem'lan now," Ex. dispose of her property by will unless 1873 t farmer could buy 100 with tho consent of her husband, but dolla ? with one bale of cotton. In 180.1 She Was Too Lazy now she may mako a will whether ho he finds that ho is compelled to bring To steep up herbs and so she tried objects or not. Tho new law also gives three bales to market in order to buy 100 pills and cathartics till she was sallow her control of her real estate. That porg dollars. Making duo allowand billions as an opium eater. Then tion of It is as follows: ances for all other conditions and "Marriage shall not givo to tho hushe is compelled to conclude sho took a friend's advice began using Parks' Tea. Now sho is fresh and bloomband, during the life of his wi'o, any eithti that the value of his labor has undergone a shrinkage of 150 per cent, or ing "as n daisy." A. K. Fisher, druggist estate or interest in her real estate, including chattels real, owned at tho timo g that tho purchasing power of tho Movements and Doings of People in of marriage. Such real estate, tho rent dollar, redeemable in gold, has thereof, or chattels real, shall not bo liaNeighboring Towns. increased 150 per cent. ble for any debt or responsibility of his As wo have said, tho gold basis is a contracted or incurred boforo or after Ilawesvllle I'lalmlcaler. narrow and a precarious ono, and it is Inurrlage, but shall be for her debts and constantly giowing narrower and moro Thore is not a vacant lvmse in town, precarious as compared witli the growing or an idlo man because he can't get responsibilities contracted or incurred before marriage, and for such contracted demands of commerce and business and work. after marriage on account of necessaries tho Increase of population. To restore Col. S. F. Brown is visiting relatives silver to its old place as a money stand- and going against tho games at the for herself or any member of her family her husband included, as shall bo evidard in this country will moro than double World's Fair. enced by writing signed by her. tho money basis and will enablo us to Miss Kate Jackson and tho Captain "Tho husband's contingent right of more than double the volume of currenwere tho happiest people in Owensboro courtesy or life estate shall not bo sold redeemable- in hard monoy. That will cy Friday and Saturday. for, or otherwise subjected to, tho paybe the first benefit of free coinage. ment of any separate debt or responsiThe home of Morris Gates in Canni Our currency being no longer redeemwas destroyed by fire yesterday bility of his during her llfo. A conveyable solely in gold, can bo expanded to ance of real estate by a mat ried woman meet tho demands of trado nnd business. morning. Tho furniture was saved. It will cease- to be a dear currency in the J. P. M. Jett, John Mennet, Mark to be effectual must be executed in consense that it commands a higher rate of Estes nnd L. S. Powers aro tho men ap- formity to exisisting law 8 and a marriod interest, and when this happens the pointed by Collector Powers in tho rev- woman, if she bo of sound mind nnd twonty-fiy- e yeurs of age, and not unduly banks and the speculators will not find enue service from this county. influenced thereto, mny dispose of her it profitable to congest it in tho money Itov. W. C. Hayes preached his farecenters Monoy will bo cheap in the well sermon at the Methodist church estate by last will and testament, and sonso that tho returns from it will bo Sunday night. Ho loft for Bardstown sho shall nlso havo tho power nnd right larger when invested in business enter- Tuesday. His succesor, Itov. Brandon, to rent out her real estate nnd collect, prises than when loaned "on call" or on moved his household goods to Huwes receive and recover in her namo tho rents thereof." Winchester Democrat. short time. villo Monday. Our currency system is in such a state Itov. J. J. Wolf and Elder Joo Hopper Dijgetii JUnoiplicilc of contraction as compared to tho volclosed a successful meeting at tho Pn ume of business and tho demands of church Sunday night. Thero trade that when there is a pinch in the were five additions to the church nnd six market or a scare of any sort, tho banks confessions of faith. In addition to this lock it up, and use among themselves a there was a general revival among the currency to which they give tho name of church members of Hawcsvillc. nr ABsonrnox clearing house certificates. Tho objec. Tho court of claims met Tuesday, lions which tho banks and tho monoy Judgo Taber presiding, nnd nil the maglenders liavo to tho freo coinage of silver istrates on tho bench. That body wont is not that it would givo us an unsound to work with a will and business was 4th A Jttr. ST. currency, but that it would put an end at an unprocedent rale. No LOUISVILLE, KY. to contraction and prevent congestion in snipe bills were allowed, and every DuBois&Welib COLE DLDO. NAtiiYiur, TrNK tho monoy centers. Thcro will always member seemed to work entirely to tho OR DiaXINOKAM, Aia be a larger supply of qurrency in tho interest of the county. tar CO page book (re. monoy centers than in tho agricultural TKSTIITsONIAI.N. An Item has Leon going tho rounds The Klectropolse will cure many cases or ills regions; tho demand there is larger; but which states that a girl in Now Jersey when the money basis is moro than kneads bread with her gloves on. A ease where nothing cite will. It hai worked like a charm In my family. doubled, thcro will bo enough to go country editor remarks that ho needs it Key. Geo. II- - Meant, Covington, Ky. aud each section will have tho with ids shoes on, aud his pants' on, and round, It li certainly a wonderful Instrument, and it proportion that tho demand justifies. that ho will need It without shoes or It more wonderful aa to how It doei It work, When the, money basis is scarco and pants on if somo of Ids dollnquont Bub yet It does it. T. IC. C. llrlnlcy. The veteran plow manufacturer of the South. dear tho currency that represents it is B'ribcra donotscttlo for their paper. Louisville, Ky. scarco nnd dear. Prices bear pretty Littlo vogetablo health producers: With the Eltctropolse 1 have cured dyspepsia, much tho rnrno relation to tho condition Littlo Early Risers euro malarious rnnsttpatlon and liver trouble, la grippe, head, of tho currency that tho thermometer ache, toothache, liad cold, rheumatism, bears to thu condition of tho weather. disordors and regulate the stomach and colic and piles. Tho results bowels, which provonts hcadncho and are wonderful, chills and When money Is rtentllul prices aro high fever I havo seen dizziness. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and cured to slaty minutes. enough to stimulate all forms of industry and all kinds of business. K.D.LjIe, Churchill, Ky Witt Jt Mcador, Hardinsburg. nyin-tomtwo-thirg. cir-culadebt-paying debt-piyindebt-payin- He stretches nut an' elves a grunt of feci In that'a free Iroin pain, An' wonders why the rctto' the world It allu after gain. When they could be tettln' there with him, on nature'a grassy rug. With the fishes in the water, an1 the ball Hill In OF ITS - KCTl2fc SPECIAL! During our phenomenally ing to show but TINE suc- $1,000 GREAT AUTUMN TO BE GIVEN CAMPAIGN. IN GOLD EXTRA! Wo stand ready with cash to tako advantage of every opportunity offered in tho markets of tho world to buy nt less than cost of manufacture, and, in combination with our branches and connections in Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroit and other cities, handlo such enormous quantities of goods that no other house in the Southwest can sell so low. cessful Bale this season we cleared Out ouf old stock and Irnvn noth- TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Wc share our profits with our customers every year. This year we have had made for us J number of Vale keys to give to our customers, and a heavy plate glass and steel money box. In thlamnney box we shall place 525 I.V GOI.I) evert Thursday morning. Among the key gUen out tack week, will be one that will unlock the box and secure the (i$ for the person holding thu key! With every purchase in every department, the customer receives one of these keys and the one whose key opens the box will take out the contents us a free gift. Hvery holder of a key may try jt In the lock of th'e box nn each Wednesday between the hours of 8 a. in. nnd 7 p. in. 1 NEW f" GOODS, bought for this season. Wo have the biggest store south of the Ohio lliver, tho biggest stock, tho biggest assortment and the Prices nlways best mado goods. .25 to 10 per cent, lower than any other house. m K- 2 5 Country costomers may send their keya by mail and we will try them for them' and send the ?2o to them it their key unlocks tho box. Send for Catalogue and order by mail. Charles Arnold, of Bardstown, got tho first $23. WE SHARE OUR PROFITS WITH THE PEOPLE. OVERCOATS. Beautifully fitting Meltons, in iIpbImIiIm nilnr. Blank Chov- Blots; former prices $12 to $14 ; our .$10 price now TIfO King of Kerseys, oxcelently well mado ) former prices $15 to, $10; our price now Gracefully mado Kersey Overcoats, both regular and extra length ; former prices $18 to $20; ourprlro SIS now popular English Tho ever Kersey ; former prices $20 to $22 ; $18 our price now . CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, Our stock of Clothing for Children and Boys is tho Largest and Loveliest and Prices tho LoweBt on tho Continent Our Great COMBINATION SUITS for the littlo fellows are the talk of tho State. They are matchlessly mado of perfect, material, with double seats and knees and scams, nnd an extra pair of 1'ants and a hnt go witli every Suit. Tho best values Jor $5 mothers ever saw or dreamed of. WARM SUITS. Suits, very neat, Ilomeppun foriuer prices $12 to $H; our price $N now Worsted Suits, mado in handsome styles; former prices $15 to $12 $10: our price now Dark Double nnd Twist Cnssi mere; former prices $IS to $20 otlr $15 price now d Cassimere; Sawyer's former prices $20 to $22; our prico $18 now Cassimero; Imported former prices $22 to $25 ; lour prico world-praiseSilk-mixe- d m . n, r ifi $2 $5 come n ) SAVE MONEY By buying nt the MAiMMOTII. " Shoes for tho family at less than you pay at other stored. Hats for AIi'ii, Hoys and Children at tho lowest prices on earth. Our display of Furnishings, Gloves nnd Umbrellas unsurpassed. JQTSend for illustrated patalngue. one-third and KUV at the iMAMiUOTU. 1 now $20 in I' i U Mail Orders Filled Promptly. Kleinhaos' & Simonson. MAUKET ST., BET. 4th &6th. MAMMOTH New Fall Catalogue Now Itcady. Shoe and Clothing LOUISVILLE, KY. Go. it, s t - Homely Wrinkles. Do not coniplnin of your wife's extra- vagance with a cigar in your mouth. After washing a wooden bowl, dry it at a distance from thu stove, so that it may not warp or crack. Ivory black stirred in ordinnry shellac varnish makes a brilliant black varnish for iron fireplaces. Light scorch marks may bo removed by simply moistening them with water and laying in the sun. When buying now furniture, . rcmem-bo- r tho labor of dusting, nnd do not be tempted to buy elaborato carving. Corks may be mado air aud wateiproof by keeping them immersed for tivu minutes in melted parauinc. People who aro so rich they cun buy anything they want, hnvo nothing loft to wish for; not an enviablo Etate. Do not double the blankets at the head when making a bed; bring them just up to the chin, then fold over them n liberal allowance of sheet. When dusting a room containing many ornnments begin in ono corner and go regularly around, dusting walls, washtill you como to boards and tho same corner, then you will know when you're done. A good cemont for broken china: Make a very thick solution of gum Arabic nnd stir into it plaster of Paris unti) n thick paste. Apply within brush to tho fractured edges of the chinawaro and stick them together. bric-a-br- Wlion picking thu chickens this fall save somo of tho otherwise waste tenth- rs to put into the early nests next springy to mako them soft nnd warm. You can sprinkle with them a little chaff or lino hay to hold them in placo. Put n layer of straw under them, of course cures disease Without Medicine. De-Wit- Late in the green corn season when it is too mature for boiling it mny still be acceptable cooked thus: Cut down through tho middle of each row of grains and with the back of tho knifo scrapo nnd force out tho tender part of tho kernels. Put these in a thick saucepan ! with plenty of butter, salt and pepper, and just enough cream or milk to cover FRESH OUTBREAK IH BERLIN. them ami stew gently for ten or fifteen only until thoy seem juicy nnd minutes, Alarm for Its Invasion of America tender, then Bervo hot. Well Founded. Two Assignments, Tho telegraphic dispatches of January Mr. E. Miller, who has been engaged 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, in merchandising nt Prontis, this county in Berlin, 03 cases nnd It) deaths being reported. mako an assignment Saturday for tho Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic benefit of his creditors. Mr. J. B. Wil- cholera is among tho alarming possibilison was mado assignee and no statement ties, all stomach and bowel troubles asof assets nnd liabilities was filed, but sume an importance beyond tho ordithey will bo nbout equal nnd rango some- nnry, and should meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera inwhere about $3,000. Bad collections led fantum, diarrhea, dysentary, llux, colic and cramps, wind on tho stomach, llatul-encup to tho failure. distress after eating, etc., all point conclusively to a bad condition of thu Dairy and Stock. stomnch and bowels, and all such disorA fall calf can bo raised without great ders should bo corrected nt onco. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown, W. exponso nnd mado a fino animal ready to Va., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho to gross and do well next spring. best medicine I over used for go out pains j for If you haven't milk for her givo her hay cramps and colic in children, it can't bo tea nnd oil meal gruel. Teach her early beat. For flux, it is tho king." Mr. It. L. Blenklnship, of Tooloy. W. to cat fine, sweet buy. Va., has this to say: "Ijwt April Iliad Thoro is no better way to presorvo but- an extremely bo vera attack of diarrhea , actions of my bowels in ter than by working out all tho butter- had twenty-on- e milk and moisture, salting it at tho rate less than two hours. 1 took, three doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved of one ounce per pound and packing mo instantly." closely in jars or tubs, keeping tho butLightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surter in a clean cellar or low nnd nvon est, quickest remedy ever compounded for each and all of tho above complaints. temperature. Moreover, it cures all pains, external and valuo of whole grain for colts has internal, andistlio best safegunrd known Tho boon compared with ground grain by thu to destroy tho evil effects of a change of Iowa Experiment Station and fino feed water or diet. Pleasant to take. Sweetened, children liko it. Lightning Hot proved most productive of growth. Both Drops is sold by nil doalors in mediclno, received the same weight. It was com- at 2oc, and'tjOc. a bottle, on the guaranposed of oats, Bholled corn, barley, bran tee : No relief, no nay. Try it onco. Bo not deceived. Im1c for Trado-Mar- k and linseed meal. Tho feeding of sepa of natives gathering herbs. Mado only rator milk was also highly commended. by IIrb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. Grain for farm animals should never bo ground fine. When fine it is apt to form into masses in tho stomach, very difficult of digestion, Tho formation of SULZER'S. naaaBIaHaaiaHiBHgHa.MaiHanKnaHsaiwasslisiaa these masses is further avoided by feedRATES: ing tho meal mixed with tho stover, preferably cut into bits not longer than two inches and dampened enough to mako the meal adhere. Working butter too much, or when too cold, breaks the grain and gives it a Balvy appearance that lessens Its market value Such butter loses flavor nnd becomes rancid sooner than butter worked or washed only enough to rid it of butter milk and at a temperature that will preDPRmCHo serve its waxen appearanco and good flavor. Aro you going to winter somo of tho fall pigs? It will pay to let them stop OF growing. Fix up their houso nnd seo Headquarters for they aro kept warm. Do not feed that them on corn nubbins, nor on cornmcal,' tho same as you givo hogs which aro being fattened. Growing pigs must have Capital Stock $25 000. Mien something to grow on. There is wheat Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil Surplus $7 600. bran, middlings, milk and vegetables at by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, this season of tho year. If you do not B. F. BEARD, President. havo milk in abundance, make a slop of & WILL MILLER, M. II. BEARD, Cashier. middlings, oil meal and water, feeding O'ick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring always kert nn hand. Orders acmore grain than is needed when milk is O. W. BEAUD 1 companied by cash prompt used. MPRRIS KSKRIDOE .Dire tor ly tilled. J R. M. JOLLY. In computing tho income from live INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS stock wo must consider what is put on the farm as well ns what is sold off it; Louisville, St Louis Sl Texas R, R. Co nnd in our practice stock growing wo should consider that poor food makes 35TO. poor manure. Starving the animal is starving the land. Food .that fats tho WW foM Tm li I animal makes manure that fats tho land. At 7:00 oclek A. H. Sunday, June 18r 1893. Tho manure from a certain weight of good clover hay is worth three times as lYft found TVaini Eatt Bound Tram much, from wheat bran six times as 61 CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. M P3 64 Mull A Mall A, much, from oil cako meal nine times as Kipr's Hxpr's STATIONS Expr's Kxpr. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE niuch, "from cotton seed menl twelve Dally Dally Dally Dally known for ID ysars as tho BEST times as muck, ns the manure from tho 6 30pm 7 45am lv.Un'n p't ..ar 12 40nm REMEDY FOR PILES. 6 43 same weight of wheat straw. 800 BICIUKDSOX HEDIC1XX fO., ST. MHS. Kentucky St. 12 25 Vnptni tj 8 40 720, West Point 1145am 723' 8 44 Howard 1140 A gentleman who has canvassed 7.-8 59 Hock Haven 1117 7 41 900 Branch 1108 Breckenridge county pretty closely, says A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! 78J 915 llrandenburg 1068 Positively removes 8 01 9 24 that the tobacco crop of that county is 1049 Kkron 9 34 8W BONE SPAVIN, 10 40 Guston larger than last year and iully as good if 818 9 40 Irvlngton 1030 Ringbone, Splint, 820 9 48 Webster 1022 better in quality than last crop. not or Curb, n.vt 883 I.odlburg 1014 8 41 10 U4 IN 48 HOURS, Meade county has nbout saino quantity 1010 l'Jerce 1010 84i Simple 1002 wunonv ram, is fully ns good. as, last year and It 8M 1018 Stephensport 968 S500 Roward 1022 86J Addison 965 Farmers Homo Journal. V01 1025 or ft &.- -: f JalIoUISYILLE.KY. a f GREGORY & CO., BANK -ts Reapers and Mowers, HARDIES BITE & k p. - fine Poplar Shingles TABLER'SDII BUGKEYEUU 0INTMENT TIME SCHEDULE - 21. -- s r rfBSlk wfi ' CHOLERA Tor Fnllare Slightest Injarr. This Is the Greatest Wonder of the 19th Century, astonish It docs, the Ins, entire Veterlnar world. u j SPAVIN CUR ed Tree. Dr. Guy OhecinI, No. 378 Canal Bt., New York. Sworn Proofs Matt Circulars and 915 920 932 941 948 9 64 963 1005 1021 10 Si 1038 1043 Holt Cloverport Shops 9 42 937 9 67 inM 1103 1111 1118 1120 11 M m 1142 12.55-- 1043 10 I2rfinm 1216 1221 2 24 2.11 12 M 12 48 12 64 1 1100 1103 1110 1118 1128 Sklllman Ilawesvllle Petrle Falcon Cayce Lewfsport Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Stanley Worthlngton Heads Spottsville Griffith 927 908 902 868 862 835 822 812 800 764 9 IS 7 61 I II H. R. 1135 1160pm 7 43 735 727 ft !. 720 10m ar.Henders'n Iv 7 06am WE TELL YOU notliliif; new when we state that It pays to engage In n permanent, most liealtliy and pleasant uul noil, that returns a prntlt (or every day's work. Such Is the business we oHVr the working class. Wc teach them how to make money rapidly, and guarantee every one who follows our Instructions faithfully the making of S300 OO a month. Kvery one who takes hold mm and works will surely and speedily lucrtiuu their earnings; thcro can I no question about lt others now at work arc doing It, and you, reader, cau do the same. This Is tho best pa)lng business that you have ever had the chance to secure. You will make a mistake If fall to gite It ft trial at once frave grasp the jou situation, aud act quickly, you will directly llud yourself In n most proajwrous business, at which you can surely make uud savo lurge sums of money. The results of only u few hours' work will often equal a week's wages. Whether you are old or young, man or woman, It clo aa we tell you, and sucmakes no OllTerenca, cess will meet you nt the very start. Neither exjierlence or capital necessary. Those who work for us aro rewarded. Why not wrlto to day for O. ALLliN ft CO,, full particulars, fno ?- -V. llox u. no, AufusUi, Io LoufsvIie.Hadnsburg&Western TAKING No. 2 TIME TABLE. y. EFFECT JULY 29. West Pound Trains Hast Bound Dailv ruiiv ex Sun, ex Sun, STATIONS. ex Sun. No.5 No.l No. 2 11 Mim Lv Irvlnirton Ar 930am 12 10pm Uarneld 835 Harned 815 12 42 Itardlnsburir 760 118 Kirk 715 130 Jolly 705 148 Glcndeane 6 44 Tie mnat- 165 215pm arKallsIlouehlv 260 Hock vale 302 Ruth 314 Askins 329 4 1891. Trmlns ex Sun D.llv No. r 00pm lArFonlsvillel.v 634 614am 364 620 6 21 600 4 45am THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AIRLINE, (L. E, ST. It. It, R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST We are prepared to supply Lumber promptly in large or small lots, for all purposes. HERON & OO. OLOyitEPOUT, KY LUMBER St. Louis, AND BEST LINE TO AND ALL POINTS Evaniville H West and Tint-Car- South-Ves- t. Kov. F. C. Iglcliart, New York, wrltca: 'Acorn on tliutoo Is a thorn In tho flcHh, which C. C. . Curtain Corn Curo' most mercifully removes." ;.--- St., Louisville, in Effect July 31, 1892. 8,05 a.m.8i25 p.m...4 p.m Arr St. Louis 7:20 pro ,..6:45 a m , , EvaniTllU 1:20 " lflioOp.w For farther Isformallon, Mil on or addrsir. R. A, CAMPBELL, Oan'l Pan. Agt, St. Louis, Mo, J. B CAMPBELL, O. P. A. LobIitIIU.'Kt City TlckU Qffloe, S. TV, Co?. Third 4 Main d Lt. Louisville Kj .A. 'fi,