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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893102501_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. V n B VOL. XVIII. r!, Otfr Fnblio Sohools THE BRECKENRIDGrE NEWS. .' froiv il F t ft . . '' " v CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1893. WOLF CREEK. Miss Rebecca NO. 14. Hands off, for there temples of liberty stand. The ark ot our safety, the hope of our land) ave That .acred school system our All true, loyal men will struggle to save; For the children arc wards of state, aind they Blve The only aure il(rn that thejatloit shall llve Then HuardlJwell'uiiese, fountains from bishop V anil popeg j ' I'or the public Schoot'ls ouranchor of hope. t'ltlis a WclIJcnown fact that our upper nir, passages swnrnjlwlth ilK? nujncrous Varieties of bacteria (and no doubt the Locillcr bacillus is among them quite PAINLESS DENTISTRY He Had an Experience with Laughing Gas and Wfyl Never Forget it, 0 wings is on thu sick list. CONSUMPTION H Hear your churches on hilltops and cover the plains, r Let the chiuicVof their bells ring from ocean to main, How down at yonr altars and shrines at 0u may, Make your promise of heaven secure day by A In jour teiiipleilworsIiipjiiaKe .converts' Sin, m And gather lh?mllllons of wanderers In. Yourc eeds and your faith defend as your own, Hut let our "Little Ucd School House' alone. Suml back from Its portals, dare not to Invade, The soil where the genius of an empire is laid, l'ree schools are America's glory and pride, Which no vandal hand shall destroy or divide, To save them froindangcr, It threatened at lust, Our national flag shall be nailed" trTthe'inast, And the schoojjwfif reniaiii"tlie pride of the free, Our anchor ofhopelhrougTi the ages to be. The state It supreme and the church must recede The state guards Its schools, let the church hold ' . t f 1( creed, Cullkif halt, priest and'pretatcs, nor'd.r'c' (o assail 'The"ttel for the laws pf lie lend will prevail Our" heroes who tought and the thousand who fell, And died for our flag saved our schoolhouse as well. All hall our new union, born of love not of hate, The state and the school, not the church and the state; ,, . Selected Linda Lane., ; q '. The gnat value of Hood's Sareaparilla as a remedy for catarrh is vouched for by thousand) of people whom it has cured. , f y from i. f' , DIPHTHERIA. The True and the False Types of the Dreadful Scourge. 11 SCHOLARLY ESSAY ON THE CHILDREN'S COMMON ENEMY BY A LOUISVILLE PHYSICIAN. Louisville Critic K 1 i. : Diphtheria is the dread of who has the care of children. It has been regarded as a very potent malady and the doctors fear it. It recent years the profession' has paid a great deal of attention to this ailment and fow diseases have been the subject of more constant study and fewer have finally been more thoroughly elucidated. Amongst the numerous publications that have appeared from time tq time on' the subject nono has attracted so much attention as a recent paper in the Medical Record of September 30, 1893, from the pen of Dr. F. W. Kbohlor, of this city. The Doctor's description of the disease and of the various modes of treatment ovince a thorough knowledge of his subject' and the essay is one that ought to be read nnd understood in every household. After speaking of the great importance of a correct diugnosis in diphtheria Dr. gets Koehler says ; "Pseudo-diphtheri- a well almost invariably, no matter how we treat it, and it is only (or the true form of the disease that an effective There aro specific treatment is wanted. reasons to believe that such a method has been discovered by Eehring. Ho claims, most positively, tliai his immunizing serum will not only prevent thq diseaso butTtlso invariably euro it II used promptly enough and in sufficient quantity. As the method is being systematically tried in several hospital wards in Berlin, wo shall soon know what value it pGasesses. It is tq bo hoped that the titno may soon come whpn wo shall bo ablo to proveut diphtheria by inoculating every one at'stitted intervals with a litttle of Boiling's senium or some other substance. This lime may, however, be longer coming than we wish, henco it behoove? us to consider whether wq can not accomplish more in the prevention of diphtheria with the means at hand than wo ilo. I nur convinced that we can, and the object of this paper is to adviso the adoption of cortain simple, but I think effective measures against this justly dreaded scourge." ' The writer thou preceods to argue that we should adopt as rigid measures against false as against truo diphtheria Ho says that the falso forms of this disease may not bo dangerous, but they pavo tho way for the true. As to the prevontibility of the scourge bo says; "Can wo givo to the individual greater resisting power against the disease? this can bo done, both by general and local measures; best by a continuation of the two. It is 'woll known, of course, that wo aro less prpuo to infectious diseaso when In robust health than when weak and sickly. Close inquiry disclose the fact that many children with diphthoria have been ailing in some other way bpfqrp, eontrncthiff it. Thoro aro "a number o'f ngoncies th'at quickly lower tho vitality of the bodily ilia-an- d thus render them more vulnerable to'iho v " w attacks pf virulent germs. of the effect of cold upon tho Speaking '" victim, vAn interesting observation, indicate ing liojvjpbfenl a' factor joxpostjrej.to cojfd. is in tho production ot disease was reported (Lyon Sled, October 10, 1B00) by Lipari. Ho injected pnoutnonlcsputtim' into tho broiler of 'numerous animals, but wag never ablo to produco pneumonia thereby unless ho exposed tho animal to cold immediately before or after the ly 71 everybody ' ,.( Air. Ronan Boono was tho guestof Miss frequently) at all times, but that they Is avorted, or If too late to are incapable of much mischief w Idle we Edna Trent last Sunday eve. avert it it is often cured and Robt. Elder is visiting his good health." aro hi "Docs it hurt yon much to havo a ' Alter referring to the bacteria that Mr. and Mrs. Beroloy, of Sirocco. tooth pulled?" inquired a tall man of a always relieved by Mrs. Mary Robertson is visiting her Tremont street dentist, constantly infest tho cavities of the hca'd and throat tho writer speaks of tho local "father, J. II. Trent nnd family, of this "That depends," was tho reply. "If preventive treatment of diphtheria and place the affected tooth happens to bo a molar, Mrs. Smith, who has been visiting her, with the roots at right angles with each "How to destroy tho bacteria refered daughter, Mrs. Novitt, of .Brnndonburg, other, or if it is decayed so as to leavo to, or at least to weaken them to such a is at homo. the norvo uncovered, or if it is worn Misses Lottie Dugan and Bessie At degrco that they shall cease to be a down even with thoRums so that it is menace to health, is a question that nat well, of Highland, Bpent lost week with necessary to dig tho flesh nway in order urally at oncj,suggests itself. In a paper, Stisio Elder, to get a good hold with tho forcops, published In this journal a' number of Mrs. Bewley, Mrs. Atwell and family, Oil. tho Croam ofCod-llv- or then tho chances nro.that you will kick lof Sirroco, were tho guests ot Mrs. S. J. yearengo, llnllsted that the toilet of no Cures Coughs, Colds and a littlo." child should bo considered complete Elder last week. Weak. Lmgs. Physhians, tho Then tho tall man trembled from head Born, Oct. 1st, to tho wifo ot Mr. Tom throat and nasal pass , until its mouth, to foot, and in a snaking voice said: worldovor, ondorao It. ages had been as thoroughly cleansed as Owings, a fine boy, weight 8 lbs. Papa "What do you think of that ono?" ac its face. Weak solutions of creolin were Tom is all smiles. n't bt deceits;! by Substitutes! Mrs. Fannie Kelly, Miss Cenla Kelly, companying his words by opening his advised for tho purpose. Sluce then I rspsrsd if Scott Bowtts, N. Y. All Diif lit to its fullest extent and indicat 'have constantly acted on "this idea, and' Mr. Will Tarkiser and Suslo Elder at- mouth I have prevented many tended meeting Friday night at Cedar ing with his finger tho seat of his trou 'feel certain that Building and Loan Associations. ble. cases ot luiucuuua iiiruaiuibeaso. i nave Flat, The doctor took up h small instrument Until the present haul times fow peoWe regret to say that Miss Lillie Bas- whenever diphtheria has been prevalent, at one ple appreciated tho value- to tho cominduced a great mauy mothers to spray sett, who lost her mind u fow days ago, with a littlo round lobkiug-glas- s thq throats, and nasal passages of their was compelled to go to Anchorage-asylum- . ,cnd, nnd, running it into the cavern that munity of building nnd loan associations. yawned before him, made a careful in- Tlicso associations have been ablo to pay children several times daily, and have their withdrawing members right along Tho Children's Day nt tho Baptist spection of the interior. yet to see, thu first child systematically treated in Mils way develop cither false church, Capo Sandy, Ind., was a much "That looks liko a stubborn old fel- tho value of tLeir stock the day it was enjoyed affair. Quite a number from low," remarked tho doctor, as he replaced required, and at the same time meet diphtheria." 'Theoretical objections, nnd exaggera- tills side nttended. the instrument upou his working table. with promptness thu claims for loans on tions of occasional observations, Bhould Kind Editor I was absent last week . "What would you advise?" timidly in stock nnd real estate bo ignored. Formerly I frequently saw and failed to get in tho few items of this quired tub tall map." Tho loans in such stringent times are ono child after another of the same vicinity largely on stock, and being met at once, is my birthday nnd I "Laughing gas," replied tho doctor. household develop diphthdria or pseudo- -' could not sicnd it moro pleasant than many a man has been carried through a "Will I be oblivion to the pain ?" diphlherin, but nowsincol 1 isolate every writing to tlio Nkus. ery tight pinch when no mnttor what , "Entirely so," case (whether false or true,) and 'insist Tlio tall niiin seated himself in tho his collateral, he could raise no money Rev. Cooley will hold meeting at tho on nil tho well members of the family. Methodist church next week. Wn In. oh; rating chair, and the doctor inserted in bank. c as well as tlio sick, using "Several things have been demonstrated vilo ono nml to nttond- - jJr0 Coooy between the patient's Ujetli un old chamspmys ana gargles, 1 never iiavo that ex is just the one to bring all of the rusty pagne cork. Then he placed n funnel-shape- d by tho present depression, tho absolute poriinent. Isolation does not alone piece of rubber over tho tall stability of these associations, their procoats on their knees and wo aro antici-patih- g jt, for; L' havo noted thu sanie man's mouth nnd noso nnd told him to fitableness under adverse circumstances, a lively meeting. absence of secondary cases in small concious-ncs- a nnd reliability as a reserve in caso of Wo were glad to see so many letters brentho heavily. Gradually houses and flats whero it was impossible gave way under tho influenco of emergency. from tho correspondents last week nnd to separate the well from the sick." This trial by fire will result inx4iese was very sorry that wo were n6rJono of the gas, but not until tho man to be The Doctor calls attention to the dang- the number Tho story of tho Nymph operated upon had suffered tho sensa- associations receiving in tlio fnttro n ' uuder an old- er wliieh children encounter at school : of larger measure of support from tho busithe West is read with tho greatest tion of being smothered "There is no donbt that many cases of fashioned feather pillow. ness community than has heretofore been pleasure. Can't some of the correspondfalse and' trubtlp,hthcria aro contracted Tlio tall man was now in dreamland. accorded them. ents givo their opinion of how it will at school, and when we study the habits end? I will givo mino uext week for He first imagined that he was on his Edward OjGraves, formerly assistant of school children this is not nt all way to the World's Fair, 'nnd when tho secretary of tho United StatrtSftreasurv. my letter is getting to lengthy. strange. The frequency with which train was on a down gfado and going recently said in this connectiSSP "My. chewing-guis transferred from ono .sixty miles an hour the .iiieels left the Dr. Halo's Household Ointment . exporippco for nearly four years as an .. . i'i child s mouth to another's is alono i buAi- broke anil yuo track. The cicnt to spread the disease. In addition, H Is the finest remedy friytlio world. It cars rushed irAng nt a terrible speed.Mti oillccrf;ia national building and loan absolutely cures catarrhf It cures Neu- association, has convinced mo of the however, children constantly borrow ralgiittand Rheumatism. Cures Files like was with the greatest difficulty that tlio legitimaqy and beneficial influence of each other's pencils, nnd few of them niagic.Curea saltvrlieuin in the most dreamer kept his berth. Tromondous such associations. Tlioy aro of benefit over write without first wetting the pensoothing BaaiuieyCurcs inflamed and jolting was caused by tho whcols run- to tho investor alike. I do cil in the mouth. In cleansing their QraniilaUidJiyfirfds. Cures Coughs and ning oyer tho ties. Tho suspense was uot.think that, tho objections often urged slates, they aro equally filthy. They use something awful; tho wreck of tho train against these associations Colds. Can taf&ikon internally. A posithat the each other's slates indiscriminately, and speciflcior Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruis- was inevitable. The car was filled wth,, navcr nrofits bv the drnnnW nut in cleansing them often pass a finger tive , .11 , '" ri .V . of tho terrified passengers, es, Burns JChilblalnsSqrea of longstand- tho shrieks pav- uiusij wua iau to Keep un. ui .! from the mouth to the slate a dozen mingled with tbffcrnsh oUuskand tho ijnenta is a. valid one. In life moir Conra and bunions oCcured quick-- ing,.,.-- . insuranco, iiuicn. j.uu chewing of cum, paper wads l . 'nitrln nf tlin train. SiHlilenlv thoro WflJt aud many other loriiiToT In vesluien t it from all elsej'su , tho etc., is always attended a deafening report and a tremendous profit goes to tho man who persists. hasno equal.' 25c. and It a daily examination of all pupils were the cars appeared to Bcems to mo that this is a just and salutLargo size cheapest, Sold at Shbct & concussion, and made by competent physicians, and every crumble away. Haynes' drug store. ary feature of these associations. They child nt all suspiciously ill sent home The tall roan found himself in total givo to tho persistent man only the adimmediately, the schools would soon darkness, but suddenly to his horror, ho vantage which ho reaps in every field of WEST VIEW ceoso to furnish tho thousands of cases of discovered a streak of lurid flame through ondeavor." Detroit News. diphtheria, scarlet fover, et. that they the wreckage, rhich told him ho wcfjld We had some frost Sunday night. ABOUT, LOANS. now do. One or moro physicians should Mr. Ben Durham returned from the be roasted alive if immediate succor did bo appointed to each school, and as an not reach him. .He could hear voices To a person desiring n safe nnd suro Saturday. examination of the nose and throat re- World's Fair directly over hint), butddas ho would not nnd ono that will pay him 'Mr. Jock Harper, of Texas, has b6en asou'rrd quires but littlo time their work would could ho utter. Tho flames handsomely if carried to maturity, notli-in- g not curtail tho school hours materially. yisiting relatives at this place. wero mnking rapid progress toward tho bettor than stock in a woll regulated Prof. R. E. Woods and his mother aro place where he os confined nnd. their building mid loan association And to what an extent would such a sercould bu vice increase taxation ? Not very great- visiting relatives at this place. botbrcnth was beginning to singe his recommonded. The monthly payments ly, surely; irisignificarilly, 'in fact when of Cavo whiskers. Then came the crash af an nx being small, tho drain upon tho .purse is MissJLula and Lizzie Ha wo considor what would bo gained." Spring, linye purchased an orxii. directly over his Head. Tho first blow hardly felt, and at tho same tiir4 under Speaking of the importance of perfect Mr. P. M. Johnson is expected to lenvo struck him squarely in the back of the this system, his savings aro placed in a sanitary plumbing, Dr. Kohlor says: the town and locate at Big Clifty. neck, and he felt that his time had sure- common fund where tho ioor man's dol"Every city should have a corp3 of sanBash am has been quite sick ly come. Tho next ono cut off his left lar is mado to earn 'proportionately as Mr. Noah itary inspectors, who should 'allow only ear, and tho third oponed up a upaco ,in much as tho rich man's thousands. In tlio' past weckrbut is some better now. sewerage fixtures of approved pattern to ids cranium tho sizo of a saucor. The order, however, to reap the benefit of be put into buildings. Dr. Fischer com- ' Mr. Johnnie Mercer was tho guest of fire had now' crept up to his feet, and (ho prolite earned by a building nnd loan Mr. W. L. Matthews and family Tuesday ments on tho fact that tho sewer-trap- s the loft ono was olowly roasting, when association, it is absolutely essential that thomselves may becomo, if nqt properly night, another blow from the nx, greater thau (ho stock bo carried to maturity. This is Bro. I. R. Roberta is expected to move all the rest, knocked his head, clean from tho flushed, breeding grounds for bacteria. o to make the investment a In this connection I will remark that it to this place soon. Wo will bo glad to his body. Ho experienced a singular paying one, nnd unless absolutely comhas often occurred to mti that the waste havo him with us. buzzing in his ear; there was a gleam of pelled to withdraw by dire necessity, a pipoofn washsland or sink limy be a ' Miss Ada Goodman is Buffering a great )ight in tho distance and with n bound member of a building association should source of infection, I refer to that part from the effects ot a piece of grass lie .returned to'conciousness. strain every point to carry hit) stock to of the pipo between the external opening lint alio got into her throat soino time Tho doctor was standing, , over him, maturity. It is n mistaken idea on tho and trap. This section of the sowerago ago. This is tho second attack sho lias folding a double tooth in his forceps. part of many to subscribo to stock with a Bystcmgeta the warmth of the house; )iad and wo now think it is working its "That was an old stager, and nq mis- view of remaining in the association six has quantities of organic matter ppured Way through to tlio outside take How ho did bang! It topk all my or twelvo mouths nnd tlien withdrawing into it; has water moro or less constantly A lady was riding on horseback when strength to dislodgo him," nnd tho doc- with the expectation of dbriving tho running through it, always contains air, spying a beautiful flower by tho side of a tor wiped his drjpping lorohend with his benefit of th'o profits earned by tho nsso and is consequently a most perfect culture largo rock. Sho alighted to take it up, tinnkerchief. ciatlon on such' with" drawn stock. A ground for many kinds of bacteria. that slie might inoyo it to her conserv"Wheroa-a-amI?- " wero tho first words member of a building and loan associaTho traps may therefore be in perfect ator', but found that dellcato as it appear- pf tho tall man. tion, upon subscribing to stock, enters order, and yet wo may not be safe. Sorad ed, it resisted all her efforts, becauso the "Why, right hero in my ofllco," re- into a contract with tho association to devico to Bhut off also this part of the root ran inder tlio rock. Ah thought sponded tho doctor. "You woufd havo niature his stock, or in other words pay sewerage system from all communbation pho this is an illustration of thu safety of had a tough tlmo if you hadn't taken 111 tn almost two dollars for every one with tho atmosphero of tho house, seems tho Chrifltain whoso lifo of beauty is un- tho gas.'' paid in, in about so many months, nnd to im to bo badly needed, and I think an der the shelter of the rock and whosq "Well, if it had. bcou rougher than it as an evidenco of said, contract a certifopportunity is hero offered some invent root of strength runs far beneath it. actually was I would now bo a corpse," icate of stock is issued to him. Now, as or." $1.60 nnd the fulfillment of such a contract requires Wo miss Bomo littlo ones from this and tlio tall man pnid tho Tho above exenrpta, do not ponvoy an went out into the street, feeling as if ho mbiitlily' payments covering a period of plaqo ; an adequated idea of tho scopo nnd comhad been walking jn n treadmill for a so many months to bo mado by tho I kpow a notice whose chlltlisli things pleteness of tho thesis. It has been week. Boston Herald. Are hidden out of sight; member before the association is enabled No sound oflittle feet, highly spoken 61 by physicians in all to mature his stock, it is not reasonnblo Is heard from morn' till night. parts of tho country and is worthy a to expect, when tho contract is broken No tiny hands that fust undo, careful study by tho unprofessional. ftnd tho moinber asks for tho withdrawal That pull things all invay, No baby hurts to pity, of his BtQck, that the association will pay I love a maiden fair to see While the.qulet days go by. him any portion of tlio profits jiro rated And best of all she loveth mo The house (s all mordeir" : to his shares while they remained in -. in unity Our hearts both And free from care and noise, force. A person oigning an application Wp owgitnll to PArk'a, Herl Tea, f( , ol contusion, No inuinents for stock in a building and Joan associa' ' No scattered broken toys; For bJjo was sallovy tnd I as red, (, tion should do 60 with full knowledgo And thTe littlo children's gannc'nU AntLneithor of us would pverhavpjwed, I Are never soifed or torn?1 that ho is entering into a bu'siiicss prop.1 rrjttf Ilajfit not been for her aunt who said: toctrcomi bu (Hi unorttitn. ' Hut arcjlaid (tway forever agreement on tho part of tho V'JCst tako Turks' Tea whpn you go ' to kidney Uistfaso may flrst apply osition an were last worn, ' Tho man with Just at they dropsy or ekln eruptions, or the association tq mature his stock in so for relief from woman with kidney disease, or femalq weakness many months, provided ho meetqall payA Good Thing to Keep at Hand. may first apply for treatment for lame, tack or ments of duos to the association promptApology.' Owe Him Aa I'rom the Troy (Kansas) IJhlcf. fullness about the eyes, or moth on tho face. Somo years ago ,wa were very much People often And themselves In the situation so ly until such a time as tills stock shall Now that Adjutant General Gross 'hag aptly fleured by the If on. jfoljn Alton of Miss., tendered bis resignation to take effect' subject to severe spollsbf cliplera morbus; the irtt of tho 51st Congress. Ilero is his cele- havo matured. Interstate IJurald. nd now"when''wo feel any of the'synip-totn- s brated rhyme " lot fly'' on the floor of tho House 1st, the skoptical persons who November Specialists nre devoting much tlmo to tltat usuajlj proceed tiiat ailment, to the great amusement pf that body. said ho would n6t give up a $2,000 ofllcd. " runs tho study of tho Tobacco, Opium and such m sickness It the stomach, diarrjicaa AndThere's yfaatiy bar. the post office for a $300 office will probably feel that' Lot! runs the Prink Habit, but Hill's Ohlorido of While baby runs the White House thpy owe him aa apology, If there- is etc., wo Ji'ccqrne Scary. W,o Jiavo found n it here we are." And d Qold Tablets itre the only remedy yet ono man in Kentucky who does not care Chamberlain's Cllic, Cholera nnd Dlar Well, It's so with the affltoted. To avoid those for tho cipplumenta of office? it, is Jack rljaja Remedy th very thing toatraighU Ills, or to cure them, Dr. Fenner's Kidney1 and discovered which works a speedy, por Gross. Ho w ill bo elected to the 8tato on one out in sucr cases', and always kept IlaoSaohs Cure will noti disappoint. ThoiRev. mauentcure. Using them, thp patient A. J., MeachonVUta presiding Eldnr, Qrovo Sonato and will makd a most Useful itnbout?. Wo'aWnbt'wrltin'g this f6r i? City, Pa,, Ami's, 1842, writes: "For 26 years I can continuohls practices until gradually pay tesjlnlonial, but foTet our readers suffered wUfikldnoy difficulty and used only t and pf hlfljj'wn accord, ho Joses thu niumbcr of' that lxdy. Owensboro andJfnda himsolf free from, tho fet ' kaeiwh'at',fcVgeo'4 thing tokeiiShdy bottles ecDrv Fm net's Kidney andDsekaoha Messenger. have had lees, backache In tho in the house. For sale by A: It. Flahor; Cure. Jr.an I formerly had In 10 minutes. last 10 ters ox tula tcrriblo curse. Ask yonr Xfeel 5ruggit)t for Hill's Chloride of Gold y cured.'' Money refuaded If Mtlsfae-i- t Job Printing of every dlscription Cloverport, 'and Witt & Me'ador, given. Take home a bottle ' Ik ' cla and take np other. ilnblied in the hjgheet style. happlnaas aad protowfed life. pseudo-diphtheri- SEND BY UNCLE SAM WE PAY ' i Scott's Emulsion if you can't COME, to LEWS,' Third and Market. Louisville's Greatest CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS, HAT and SHOE HOUSE. A mail order with cash will always got tlio BEST for tho least money; if goods fail to please money will bo refunded, J - EXPRESS for 200 miles on orders of $5 or mora Wo nlso Bend goods C. O. D. subject to examination, if express charges both ways aro sent with order; and if goods aro taken and the amount is So wo refund express charges for miles. or-tru- e To-da- y We havo CHILDREN'S CHILDREN'S CHILDREN'S CHILDREN'S anti-septi- SUITSat$l to?10. OVERCOATS at ?2.G0 to $12. HATS OR CAl'S at 2oc to $2.00. SHOES at 75c to $3.00. Send your nnmo nnd address lor "Luvys' letter," our illustrated monthly paper, equal to Puck for fun. E3l SAM'L RAY. ROBERT I HARE. WIT II ntr-brak-es Crescent -:- - Tctaco -:- - Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. Eign8do3?5" L0UISVI LLE, KY. Vyftli y per-Bisto- nt Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storngo Four Months Free. witrrtiahe7pYl' Jobf Printing Pamphlets, Checks, Bill Heads, Note Heads, Statements. Letter Heads, Build Your Own Roads. Wc still entertain the hope that our next Legislature may iiot wholly Ignore the universal demand of the people for better roads. Hartford 'Herald. Finished at this office in the latset stylo. Can You flake A 'K ( key-not- Tho last General Assembly labored patiently, industriously and efficiently in the enactment of a general road law which should cover all the ground and give all tho relief in this direction that is possible under the provisions of the Constitution. Tho General Assembly did all Hint" is possible in tho premises, that is, enable tho people to help themselves, as shown by section 10 of tlio law aforesaid, viz: Scc.urf Th6 fiscal court shall hne full power and authority lo levy an ad valorem tax, tor road and, bridge purposes, of not exceeding twenty-fiv- e cents per year on each one hundred dollars' worth of property, assessed for State and county taxation, to be collected In the same manner, by the same officers, and under the same obligations as other county revenue Is col-- l lected, and the tumt snail tie ucsignatt-- as mti "Itoad und llridge I'und. a Dress? -- 1 . ' bit i Hero is full aud completo authority to every county in the State to immediately inaugurate a system which will build and maintain as many and as good roads as tho pcoplo aro willing to pay for. If, however, the clamor for additional legislation on thu subject is suggested by hope that tho State will lend material aid in building nnd maintaining roads, that clamor may as woll cease. Tho State will neyei1 pay ono dollar from tho public treasury for roads; that system has been tried, and tho experiment was n grand failure. So tho soonor the peo-pl- b of any county, who nro suffering for tho want of good roads, put section 10 of tho now rood law into practical oirect, the sooner will good roads bo built ami maintained. The. General Assembly can do no more in tho premises than bos been done enable the pooplo to help themselves. Frankfort Capital. t YOU CAN if you will but read the series of intensely practical articles we are about tbpublisfc An expert wrote them so they'd be plain to everyYou might as body. well kpow. as much as youpdressmaker. It only costs the price of this journal. BSSTITQClMTT. . aotT i.i qrniiTT. WORMS! WHITE'S GREilM VERMIFUGE Has Tftfln bj loci all Worm Romccllos. EVERr BOTTLE GUARANTIED. V'SOLD 12VEIIY WHERE. BICIIUDSOV BT. BIDICISI 10., IOCIS. FOR 20 YEARS tf Park's Sure Cure, For tho Liver nnd Kidneys, Tho r r-- SULZER'S. Chill Cure" only- - guaranteed euro for Kidney trouble. Rurfioveq tho uric acid. Cures Uheuina Ufam. Try it. Is not tlio beat remedy you havo ovoryUBod for Chills mid Fover money Hvlll bo refunded. Moiisaut to take, l'rico CO cts. If "C. O. O. Cortnin - r -- -- ' do-Bi- . of sister, Dccombcruiumber, thoporeonal equation litinio L. O'Nell (neo Handy,) born; will bo ellmHjitted from Fetter's South- March 31, 1SC0, died, Sept. 13, 8i).t. ern lagasr.lno)Suid yfnt popular periodiTlshard to break the tonder cord,o . cal will bo lcnowVtJb tho future as Tlio Vhcn love has bound tlio heart; ' t Southonj MaRnzljnv Gen. Basil W. Dukq 'TIs hard, so hard, to ipcuk the words, "Must we part forever ft with continues an itsblewditor-in-chlo- f, Mr. Opie lteadjM associate editor. Dearest Iqved one, vie ha,ve laid thee , T,lio Southerfi MngaJtao Is truly repru- In the peaceful prave's embrace, , 'r eentatlvo pf tfio best cuifairo of thq oiii i Ilut thy inetnory wM lie cucrUhcii,( tiro South, and is growhignn favor with ' Till we see thy lleayenly facet each iseuo. It id published by, , '? JL,Y.il'RyMum. , Tub Southern Mauaiink Von. Co., Louisville, Ky, Oii 13, 1S9U. 'm "What's in a Name!" It hnabcon given out that, with tho Memorial. In loving remomboranco .Aw. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, Jno.H. & iQTrrrnriSgl I A TtlXlTjfll L, b:H.jypK -m- -m n n- ge Kgpaz:g, ?Q V.BLR A-- - 1893. n, a. tt. liML OOI HO inot-c- . V. 0. Bsbhtge, Editors and Proprlet'rt 9 .42 a.m. Passenger Dally arr. Hardlnibarg..ll:43 aolxo KAST. Passenger Dally arr. Ilardlnsburg.. TtSO VIST. jfl Tho KranditiFy itlltshftt ternftvMfened 11L the followinhJndmo$&:Comman.- i wealth vs. George Short A Co., Belling Mrs Mary Martin is nt homo much playing cauls without license ; Wnsli improved. p.m. Klper, Riving liquor to a minor; Oliver Mrs. Wflou Trice and IJIik Ditto aro AT?EU1V ...,. If tears ai TctU tiLius JB ha AW i ri . i i rm JPrjinsSI d asjfjiy'maiiui jmi tarv beautiful "dream city" is soon to bo no inore. Proving how evanescent iscvery- tlilng o rthly, It matters not how graud m Hall and Express going East " ir-- 11.11. liV&T Local Time Card. JtdeafJanlXLiVlJLJiardinl In's. .yrIjht FJ f l.nvmnn.ranr; Hill Skeetcrs, selling liquor without license,' Smith Clark, giving liquor to another on Knwi n il. ttsffa v. Progress XI') 1 LdHT s r ' Tnlm L,, - , , .Xlm.1 , nn . .nhhlg nliiri'. 1 West -- SHO a.m. s& 'SIX. PAGES. M nielli rvin? &aa w fi I nllgiooisHiprlWb" maidiluhry, C ccro Cooney, forgery; Jerry Scott, for- Miss Vlrda Moorman is visiting a """ Vino Giwo. KOIl STATE SKNATOK Born, Oct. 23, to tho wife of Mr. C. L. A. J. GROSS. Beard, a girl. FOIl UHl'llKSKNTATIVB Mr. Logan Tate will be a candidate for town marshal. MIKE MILLER. Tho new high school building is near-in- g rou school sui'kuintkndknt; completion. JAS. W. MILLER Mr. Vic Cully was.hero last Saturday A WORD TO DEMOCRATS. visiting Mr. J. A. Witt. It is leas than two weeks until the The best sugar Wred hams and shouldelection. Don't bo over confident. The ers at W. B. HnnJ'8. Republicans nro a sly set. They are Misses Fidannd Daisy Mercer visited working quietly all over the county. tho World's Fair last week. They are not saying much, but they nro Mrs. James H. Gardiner left for tho at work. You can put It down that there is no disaffection in their ranks. They World's Fair lost Thursday. Prof. Shacklett will open school in the are moving, every man of them, in n quiet way to win in November. If there now school building this week. ever was a time when Democrats should I For pure drugs, medicines, paints, oils be up and doing, it is now. We aro all ocml dye stuffs go to Beard & Beeler. right If a full vote is gotten out. Unless Dr. A. C. Caperton, of the Baptist Book it is mo are beaten. There should be a Concern, was here ono day last week. persistent effort in this direction if we The Flying Dutchman is drawing largwould be successful in November. Get er crowds than any circus ever got here. out the vote. Beard & Becler occupy Mrs. Miller's store-hous- e Bito. Lennin is loaded. just vacated by Hardin & 'Brown. Chaulik Blanford lacks enthusiasm. J. B. Buzby has resigned the mayor's Things are not going to suit him. office. John I'. Has well, Jr will fill Messjis. Grass and Blanford opened out his term. the Senatorial campaign at Glemlenne, Anderson Pool, colored, has tho conthis county, last Friday. tract for the pavement around the court The Ohio County Fiscal Court has house square. Mrs. Phoebe Skillman returned lost raised the salary of the County Judge Friday from a visit to her relatives in from $000 to S700 per year. Meade county. The houso at Washington in which Mrs. Ellen Robinson and her daughter President Lincoln died, has been opened Mrs Stlth, Colorado Springs, are visiting as a permanent Lincoln memorial. relatives here. Mr. George NefT has moved back to The American people seem to bo of the unanimous opinion that the United the old Georgo P. Duncan's farm in States Senate, us at present made up is a Duncan's Valley. complete fraud and that it would be betRev. Breeding has malarial fever and ter foi tho country if they would go homo was unable to fill his appointment at Mt. and sober up. .ion last Sunday. Mr. R. G. Robertson was successful in Tiik Louisville Democrats nro comtho suit of tho Deposit Bank, of plaining becauso they haven't got n Demhim. ocratic postmaster. They chargo that thirty-tw- o they haven't had ono in Junius Brown is arranging for another years and ytt they live in a Democratic city railroad excursion to Louisville about tho 4th of next month. and always vote right. One of Mr. Jim Franks' boys living a Juixsk Toft, of tho United States Cirfew miles in tho country, fell out of the cuit Court, has ruled that tho Receiver barn and broko his arm. of the "Texas" shall pay eighty per cent, The 11 ret quarterly meeting for this of tlie net earnings uf the road to the emyear will bo held at the M. E. church ploy! s and to jersons who furnished South noxt Saturday and Sunday. material to carry on 1 a business. Notice All ptsreons knowing themselOwkxsiioro, Cloverport and Hnwesville ves indebted to mcMlll please come nil have Democratic postmasters, uhile and settle. AvMv. Vessels. the ottlce in the City of Louisville- - is in If we have not got what you want in chargo of a mugwump. Say tell us who drucs. will tut it on short notice, as that you viint up there and we'll try and JB our business now. Beard & Beeler. have nim appointed, immediately if not was Thomas Withers appointed sooner. deputy sheriff last Monday to act for Mr. G us Richardson was quoted as saying Rhodes during his absence at tho World's in Louisville a few days ago that Blan- Fair. ford would glvo Gross a close rub for the RepairingdoneViy short notice. EverySenator's place in tills district. This thing guaranteed. YBring or send your comts In bad taste from Mr. Richardson. watches and otherticIes needing reHow can Mr. Blanford bo known in the pairs. T. 0. Lews. N race il the Democrats in Meade give their Dr. J. II. Hart, McDaniels, was in town unitu' support to Gross? This they lost Saturday. His suit against the Gerhave promised to do, and It might be to man Insurance Company is still pending the interest of Mr. Richardson if tho in the Court of Appeals. obligation is fulfilled. We dislike to In tho Hill Slaton suit, which has hear of any such encouragement to tho and that too coming from a Dem been on the docket for some time, the enem ocrat We don't think Mr. Blanford has plaintiff, Hill, got judgment for tho full the slightest hopes of being elected. On amount of his note $500. All persons indebted to us will please the contrary wo think Gross is a safe and come and settle as wo do not wish to easy winner. hauaccounts made in our former busi Tjie whisky men got knocked out again ness connected with drugs, et?. Beard at Uurdinsburg last week. Judge Mo m Beeler. Beath ruled in the local option case that Walter Clark has on exhibition at Witt it was not his province to say whether or A Meador's somo canned fruit which ho not tho bill had constitutionally passed claims to be superior to any other. Ho both houses of tho Legislature, ile has about three hundred cans which hit would therefore dissolvo the injunction. put up himself. He said tho court might say whether n Judgo Adkisson has changed the time law wits or was not unconstitutional, but he. didn't believe it was right for tho of holding the Quarterly Court from the courts, to go behind tho Governor, and 4th to the 2d Mondays in March, June, tli sneakers of tho two houses of tlm September and December. Tho next Leaisfaturu and investigate whether or court will be hold 2d Monday in Decern- not a hill had received n constitutional ber A clean ami wfcll selected stock of jew majority of tho members. Hardinsburg mjist thcreforo "go dry" in about threo eleryot ever fmety. uomo and see g months. our houso. Everything in machinery, ulso variety of other articles J Is hardly two weeks until tho elect- to numerous to ntion. T. O. Lewis & Tuesday. November 7th, every ion. Democrat, should be at his post. Our Co. party bos good, capable men to vote for Joe B. Buaby, W. W. Vessels, F. K. and no Democrat should bo away from the polls on the day of tho election. Rhodes, Leo Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. KingYbuiifoy rest assured that our move- ston, Mrs. Jano Gardiner, Mr. and Mrs. ment arq patched by our opponontsud Joseph Tied", Mr. and Mra. W. K. Barnes they will do what they can to gain an advantage. Already it is talked around Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Beelor, Kit. DeJcrn-ettJolly Meador, J, II. Gardiner and that ttio party will loose votes becauso of the hi ated contest wo had in tho ranks Jeff Hook composed a party visiting the But no man who World's Fair from this placo this week. t claims to be a good Democrat will suffer any such twaddle to get between him Somo repairs aro being put on tho inand Jits doty; Of course wo liavo hot side of tho M. E. church South, which ' lights in Umr primaries and we will always have them, but no senslblo man will add to its appearanco very materialwill run away from his party, becauso ly. Tho pulpit will bo made new, and forsooth his dictum doesn't become the, tho platform extended so us to include law,.ajiddifa,wijl tho ruling spirit in tlm tho choir. Tho church will bo carpeted lanjVtlQJi, notour party ia ruii upon a set, pi prin'viltlt'B, and those principles tliroughout,Mr. Phocian Daniel having Let the majority contributed a sum sufficient for that pursbquljlaxj'jWnUilned, tiilaiJik itrJouilQnct majority, and that's pose. Ho makes tho contribution to the what the fellows claim it to bo. All of memory of his father, who was for long us cannot be leaders and every candidate can't tt in a nomination that goes into a years a member of th j congregation and Democratic primary. That some poor un- a devout mcmbi r of tho church. fortunate must go down, probably to rise Stuart In tho caso of again and poruajq never, tho Lord only against his deputy, W I Ram-so- y knows. But, however that may be, wo must takd the man that gets there. I fo and tho Fidelity and Casualty Comhas legtlmato claims upon our sufferage pany, of Now York, a domurrer was filed and we should glvo liiin our suppqrt. It seems Democratic primaries aro essential to to tho petition and sustained. successful party organization and far from that the Trust Company required notice it ought we to po tq fall out among our- to bo given them within threo months selves, becauso they don't happen to turn out to suit us. Now, leta quit our from tlits expiration of tho bond of any default on tho part of Itainsoy, which grumbling, and get down to business. thoy claim was not donp. DeJernette . EuTjllclSpeaking-asked to file an amendment petition after for tho Stale Senate The candidal will speak at 11 llnsburg, Thursday, the original petition waa dlsm sscd, but m. Cloverport at this was not passed upon. Tho caso will Nov. 2, at 1 o'clc likely go to tho Court of Appeals. 7 o'clock p. m. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. nication; Pete Allen, fornication; Cicero Fentress, gaining. 8100 Reward, 8100. Tho readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been ablo to euro in all its stages and that is Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only poeitlvo euro now known to tho medical fratornity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, ncting directly upon the blood and mucuous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying tho foundation oHho disease, and giving tho patient strength by building up tho constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. Tho proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that thoy offer One HundreiLDollars for any case th .t it' falls to cufuT Send for list of Testimonials. ''Address, EL CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O, IgpaJld by Druggists. 75c. CONSTANTINE. Mr. J. L. Iloskinson was in town Tuesday. Master Gns Lewis is quite sick nt this writing. Miss Mattio Oliver was the guest of Mrs. 8. Mercer Sunday. Wo havo prayer meeting at tho school houso every Sunday night. Mrs. Noah Hicks and son, of near Big Spring, was in town this week. Mr. Geo. Heyscrisin Louisville this week for the purpose of laying in a nuw stck of goods. Mr, Geo. Heyser is having his house repainU which ho bought of Mr. A, F. Vertrees last w eek. Mr. J. B. Whitworth accompanied by his daughter, Miss Jennie, is in Louisville this week attending Grand Lodge. Mr. Perryman,'of Florida, is hero visMrs. J. L. I3wis. iting his sister-in-laWe learu that he is thinking of making Kentucky his future home. rit' Wako up boys tho election is almost here and w6 must havo tho victory. Let us make a clean sweep this timo. We will bid farewell to R. P. and P. P. Prof. Hall made a Hying trip to Hardinsburg Saturday and wo aro of tho opinion that as usual ho made it convenient to both go and como via West View. Mr Geo. Hejser Ib quite a polite gentleman. Ho is said to have approached a lady the other day in the following manner : Walk in madam, quite a pleasant day, had a nice rain, some cooler this afternoon. She returned not a word in reply and to Gcotgo's great she proved to bo ono of those who have ears that hear not and a tongue not. We heartily agreo with the corntpon-den- t of Lpdiburgon" Woman Suffrage". When God made woman He made herout of man's rib, He didn't make her out of a toe, that she might bo trampled upon nor neither did he make her out of a part of billhead that alio might rule, but out of a rni that she might be equal with him under his aruvto bo protected and close to his heart to bo loved, Now are they equal until thoy ara given tho right of suffrage? Surely not nor neither in deed can be. stir-pri- Owens-bortvagain- st fqr-wa- rd SAMPLE. Little Frank Bennett is sick. Mr. Lark in Gibson was in town Sun. day, guest of Mr. Arthur Mattingly was in town Saturday and Sunday. Miss May Bcauchamp, of Pierce, is in town vlsitiug relatives. It- v. Cox, of Union Star, was tho guest of Miss Mattle Roberts Sunday. Quite n crowd from this placo attended church at Mew Bethel Sunday. Nelse Gibson is having him a new houso erected, what a capita) Id(o)a I Mr. J. W. Hunter was the guest of Miss Mattio French Sunday, as usual. Mrs. J. M. Mattingly was visiting Mrs. Jabo Haynes, near Union Star, Sunday. Mrs, E. T. Hnynes, of Cloverport, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Hunter, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. II. C. Hunter and Mra. M. Miller havo returned from a visit to tho World's Fair. Thoy report a splendid timo. A certain gentleman camo to town tho other Sunday to see his best girl .and unfortunately got lost. Ho wandered around for sotnotime, when somo one kindly told him which street she lived on and he went on his way rejoicing. Who'd have th unk it? - tlmo-keepln- o, GARFIELD. Two vacant houses in town for rent. Rev. M. E. Cotnpton's now house 'is completed. Miss Susie Richardson started Monday for the World's Fair. Mra. A. L. Read returned to lior home in I,ouIbv11Io Saturday. A largo party will leaye this placo for tho World's Fair Tuesday. The question is being asked will the L. II A W. give us a separate coach. Mrs. S. R. Moredock returned to her homo in Owensboro Monday. Tho tobacco crop in this neighborhood is larger than lost year and fully as good If not better in quality than last crop. Miss Nnnnio Board, who has been absent for the past two months visiting In Lewisport and Owensboro returned home Monday. 111. state. If not another long ocean jour'Tho AiiL'dimTlBoufo'hrimaFri. ney when thoso people from all nations day night was a pleasant affair. under the sun will havo reached their 'Wade Ditto, Richmond, Ky.j spent own cllmo Tho Fair, from first to last, lost week hero with his mother. has been a liberal education to thoso Will Griunell feels that his World's who have attended nnd to us who have viewed it from our windows. It has Fair pilgrimage is the one of his life. brought our own grand country in conCharley Fontaine has scut a contribunnd interests of tion towards repairing the M. E. Church. tact with tho industries tho world and thus cemented a bond of Mrs. Wilson and MissSue Carter Bpcnt friendship as nothing else could. "Long last week with' their sister, Mrs. I). C. live America." "Long live Chicago." Pusoy. Dr. nnd Mrs. Lambuth were hero last GUSTON. week as guests of Judge C. C. Fairlcigh and wife. Mr. Georgo Lyddan was visiting in our Born, to tho wife of Mr. John Ashcraft section last Sunday. a daughter. No. ten all living, . pretty, Miss Florenco Cain is spending several bright and healthy. days in the city. Our town elections promise to bo liveBilly Dowcll moves to Gust on with his ly ; five candidates for town Marshal, two biw mill in a few days. for Pollco Judgo and one for Magistrate. A missionary meeting will bo held at Mrs. Mary Martin's injuries were not Irvlngton, November 1st. Everylxnly as sovero as first supposed. Dr. Willett go. set tho fractured limb and she Ib entirely Miss Nellie Henry, of Sandy Hill, spent well. the latter part of last week with Miss My old friend, Major Ashcraft, now of Fannie Childs. Poducah, udled last Saturday. He was One of our young ladies is taking great here to see Mrs. Doudy and to visit his interest in now carpets, elti., wonder mother's gravo. what the interest is? Mr. Geonro Casperke has not been Miss Blanche Jolly and Mr. Z. T. Stlth well for quite a time nnd is in Louisville and wifo, of Bowleyvlllo, wero in town His wife went up last last Saturday shopping. for treatment, Sunday to see blm. Mr. Georgo Glimore, Domilzcn, Texas, Judgo Rawlings attended tho Grand has been spending several days with his Lodge of Free nnd Accepted Masons at sister, Mrs Georgo Livers. Louisville lost week. Ms. Rawlings visCliarloy Anderson has his three year ited relatives at Uptonvllle. old filly "Cuyler" on tho Nevitt track I am not surprised nt hearing a. man under the training of Joe Bland. has gone crazy from having ridden on Mrs. Jesso Ashcraft and son Albert, tho Ferris wheel. Ono revolution would were at church here last Sunday nnd of reason. deprive me, I'm sure, took dinner with Mr. R. J. Pattcson. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fairleigh, of Mrs. Richard and Mrs. James Bandy, Chattanooga, Tenn., after stopping over of Irvington, spent the day in our town at Chicago aro here so see Andrew's ono day lost week tho guests 'of Mrs. C. pnmnt's, Mr. nnd Mrs. James Fairlcigh. 0. Smith. I hear Miss Lucy Ditto will secure a Mrs. M yiford left last Friday night for H hope position at Ancho.ngo. Wo tho WorWs Fair, her daughter, Mrs. Lucy may do so and bo satisfied and sucEvan Pusoy, who lives in Chicago gave cessful in whatever capacity sho may. her the round trip. serve. Mr. Cliarloy Pennington, of Bewley Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. T. Kendall have villc, leads to tho hymenlal altar Miss moved from ElizabetlitownYo lxjuisvllle Annie Hodges, of tho samo place, to- Mrs. Kendajl on Washington street. . ti. "" a.nn u -,- UWk - ,.'1..l. will study Kindergarten with a view ib Our contractor and builder, James Osteaching. has just completed a neat little LaJjcllo Ohio is swelling and tirntilfl 'I borne, "wu,ul dwelling house wi'h six rooms for Mr. no troubt, be insulted shoulofcwo inform John Akers near Irvington. her that ono had not only swam, but Mr. David Bishop and Miss Mollie almost walked from shore to shore a few Lnwson, of Weldon, wero married last weeks since. S,unday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mr. BisMr. Sep Richardson, from Arizona, is hop is foreman on this section of tho in Chicago witli Ben, his brother, to see- Texas. n the Fair. Ho wrote for Miss Sue Tho hand car of our section jumped to como which sho gladly did, the railing on tho Texas last week nnd hnving left shook tho "crpw" up considerably. Mr. Tho Sirocco correspondent wields fiis Frank Hicks receiving u very bad gash pen to perfection nnd wo wish he would upon the forehead which bled very prosend weekly missives. In fact all of the fusely. correspondents aro hard to excel and The Presbyterian protracted meeting each has n particular foite which makes will bo postioned owning to failure to a variety and more interesting. secure the services of Rev. D. McDonnld. Sweral new coses of typhoid fever,' Tho attendance last Sunday morning nnd atnoug them is Mrs. John'Hownrd who might were larger than at any time since is very sick. Tho nipping frosts are tho dedication. slow to appear. Tho "bttwn se,re Caf" Our old friend Dick Baskett, who has instead is green as spring, warm cWys trying his luck on the "Cheroand. so do malaria and typhoid. been out continue kee" strip, returned home with Ills Our physicians aro extremely busyJ family last Saturday. Tie says there Are and, are making a beautiful record in twenty njJPicanta to every claim out their science. Esculnpius himself If (here, fliinn is lucky to oven get off allowed to descend to this particular re- with liis life, us there was a man killed gion could scarcely improve upon their nearly overy day ho 'waa there. success iu handling this miserable obstiMr. Alonzo Bennett has bought an innate fever so prevalent. terest in the "Cash" store at Bowley villo Mine, la Mode has made her fall debut. and also has bought with Drury & Co., The girls aro bound to be fashionably iho stock of goods of F. M Osborne & Co. gound and bonneted despite the financial of this place and tho firm will in the. stringency, lienco they woro ready with future run two stores, with the branch Who would store at Bewleyville, headquarters of on ovation for tho daino. glvo a snap f6r a female who didn't lovo course being at Guston nt the old pretty dresses, becoming hats, stylish stand. wraps or anything in reason to enhance BURAS.. her attractions? Not tho men I'm sure., A bachelor friend tells me ho doesn't Farmers are busy sowing wheat. enter tho rank of Benedicts becauso he The health in this vicinity is verv cannot find ono who possesses the requi- good. site qualities for hia wife. Denr me I Miss Sudiu Tucker is visiting her sister Dooking for that rare avis n perfect be- near thfs place. ing. A Utopian ideal A Herculcn The little daughter of J. E. Shrews-berr- y task you'll never accomplish. Let mo is very ill. ,' namo a score of dear girls too good for a Tho"farmors are anticipating a largo bachelor who smokes, chews and drinks crop of wheat this timo. beer. The frost that came last night bit some Tho following items havo been sent tobacco, and take care for sweet potatoes. mo frpm my friends in the bottom-Mis- ses G. W. Pilo visited his parents last SatNell McJeheo and Ella urday inorder to see his girl by tho way. Long Branch, were tl(o guests The prayer meeting at Alexander's of Miss Sheets, of West Point, laBt Satur- chapel has been changed from Wednesday and Sunday Mies Emma English, day night to Thursday night nnd they Stephensport, is visiting Miss Mattio E. nre having a glorious meeting. McGebec. A visit to Mrs. McGehce's Mr. Georgo Noffand family, who have is bound to bo one, of truo enjoyment-Mis- ses been to California, have returned to his Dee McGeheo nnd Mattio Leo' old farm. Mr. Neff is a good neighbor Moreman spent last Friday with Misses and a good man, and wo are glad to have Eva nnd Maud I fern don Messrs. Jim him with us Richardson and Mason McMonlglo left Sunday for tho World's Fair Mr. Thos. Hamilton will move his family to his suburban resldenco on East Hill this week. in my Vineyard.", "Son, go work y A commission which may be accepted in many ways, some speak with eulogy vtv.-'rzfitu "JUMP". or fond regret of tho good old timer, but) my oWn, feelings aro iu favor of this . ' - wondorlul ago ot ceaseless work, enorgy and activity, especially among our Although women, in church work, times nre hard and money not abundant, new life seems infused, right here daily in the building or romodling of the M. E. church. Ono of our enterprising, benevolent professional citizens has had two Mr. Joteph Jlemmerich handsome windows placed in front at his An old soldier, cime out ot tho "War greatly own expense besides a check handed in. enfeebled by Typhoid Fever, and after being This gentleman is not a member, but la various UojpItaU tho doctors discharged him 4 incurable with CaaaumptUa. Iio has "works in tho vinoyard" and thus been In poor healuslnce, until he began to take a benefactor to tho Christian cause as well as setting an example to Immediately UU cough grew looser, Bight others who aro dilatory. One more short week and the Fair sweats ceased', and he regained good general health. 'Vn cordially recommends Hood's will liavo closed. What in the world! especially to comrades In the CI. A. R. will wo all talk, think and. write about?' OD'S FILLS cure tUbltutl CoaitlpaUoa by We've watched its growth through two I W pefUHHu awea oi the aUnsstary asai. JHRMUf UUb UllUgUilMlOIJ" lltnc lMUPl re ' Hi In Your Interest A LARGER i' t r STOCK HS!3 A Better Assortment. AUTUMN HANGS The Lucky Horse Shoe vN OVER OUR DOOR It means -Vj- - Good Luck to every buyer who gets 'inside of our store this season. k r AN ENTIRE NEW Line of Seasonable Dress Goods, the latest patterns and jt i P c weaves, at prices that will soon dump them hi oil our ;h counters. Pi. y "" VEST -- S ! ' -- , I McQUADY. i BEACH FORK. I Rich-nrdso- Hen-drick'- s, Fine rain in this sertion Friday. Farmers aro through Bowing wheat. Hob Frank has bought a new wheat drill. A large crowd visited Sand Knob Sun-- , day. Mrs. John Bland died Sunday morning. Miss Nelia Barbeo has returned from Louisville. M. Frauk is building John Frank a now dwelling. II. I. Bland has had tho roof of his house painted. W. D. Wilson hascoramenced building his now dwelling. Mr. Nelson Jolly, Jr.( went to Cloyer-polast week. Miss Lela Jolly was in Hardinsburg Saturday and Sunday. Supt. Miller was the guest of W. A. Jolly one night last week. Gnbnricl Brlckey visited his daughter, Mrs. J. AV. Wright Sunday. Mr. Tice Hendrick, of Clover Creek; was iu our midst lost week. Hon. Chas. Blanford was the guest of Jas. Lyons Thursday night. Mr. Nelson Jolly, Sr., nnd Dudley Miller, were in Louisville last week. Mr. W. A. Jolly and wifo visited relatives at Kirk Saturday and Sunday. A large crowd attended tho speaking of the candidates at this place Thursday. Miss Kathleen Alvery and Nelson Jolly attended church at Hardinsburg Sunday. Miss Daisy Miller is in Louisville having her eyes treated. Sho will be absent several weeks. J. W. Wright has sold this season about 100 bushels of seed wheat and has plenty left. Mr. Joseph DcJernett and daughter, Miss Flora, wero in Cloverport shopping lost week. J. W. Fate went to Clovorport Saturday. Ho will tend his father-in-law- 's farm this yenr. Mrs. Molllo DeJernett and little daughter, Lucy, visited relatives nt Now . ' Bethel last week. rt : Mr. Nathaneil Brickey is vory feeble at this writing. ' , Farmers are nry busy preparing for another wheat crop. Mr. Gabp Brickoy and family are visiting relatives in Grayson county. Miss Grace and Mr. G. N. Taul attended church at Cavo Spring Sunday. Prof. A. Driskell, candidate for County Superintendent, visited our school last week. , Our school is progressing very nicely nt this place. fc.r. M. E. A vitt, teacher, we wish him success as this is his first :r pr. y II. C. Perkins, who has been out West for tho pnst two years, is expected home tills week. Wo will bo glad "to havo him in our midst again. Citizens Ticket Tor Stephensport. At a meeting of Uho dfJzensof Stephensport, Ky., heldVin October 20, 1893, the following partiea jvero selected as candidates for tho ensSing election : for Police Judge, Jnracs,CrVvford ; for Marshall, W. II. Morgon;poard of Town Trustees, J. W. Jarrett, M, Blaln, J. B. Biggs, Johnston Stiles and G. W. Payne, J. II. Pavnb, Chairman, i David Wiijte, Sec'y. e!89 Brown's Iron Bittors rebuilds the system, aids digestion, removes ex j cess of bile, and cures malaria. Get the genuine. A Are btolten down from overwork or household Many Persons Valuable Farm for Sale. , On .Saturday, December nth, 180J, the home-stea- d farm ul the late Merc?;, containing 40 acres, situated In ,tlie-,Forot Hough, IH Ilreckenrldge county, be sold at public sale on the premises to the highest bidder, one-thiof the price to bepaldcash In hand, and the remainder to be pafd In equal Installments, payable n one and two years, the purchaser be' Inif required to execute bonds lor said deferred payment with good and sufficient security bearing six per cent. Interest from date until Location of land, said tract ol land Is situated the Leltchfield'and road, n ne miles north of Lcitchfleld, Is regarded as of the best farms In HrecrfenrTdge oSS . hundred and sixty or seventy acres of the land r,r.e.ck?re,.?n.un'lerKood fcnc! "d In a high A flrst-clas- s . Description twn.tinrv ,lt.iu.n. house, coutalnlng eleven rooms, is situated on y"d. "Itn handsome it.iil-- .nU There li a never falllmr wrli i .i.: yard of the best water. Has two good barm and all necessary out bouses. An abundance ofttock water all ever the farm. 1'er.ons wanting a and a beautiful home will .In well towj on hand on day of talc. For furthes Ky.lll & ' i to-da- I 1 Prof. Wilson and wife, of Hardinsburg, Tt OK SALE wero guests of her parents, Mr.'and Mrs. One store house andXit In the city of Clover Jas. Lyons, Sunday, port, on Wall ttreet acUflbi Inu It. L, Ncwsom's good butl iocisu ocaiion. office. Kor terms Misses Susie and Annio Mattingly, of auaress A Aijija.N K UellAVEN, near Hardinsburg, visited Kathleen and aiuiuxuurg, Ky Hnttio Alvery, Sunday week. Ii. Miss Gertrudo Wilson" has returned homo after a plcsant ylsitto her grandma, Mrs, Quisenberry, at Cayp Spring. Protracted meeting will commence at p Corinth Sunday night. It will bo conducted by Bros Dugan and White. Mr. Ben Miller visited nt New Bethel Sunday. There seems to bo some attraction for Mr. Miller in that neighborhood. OEOVERPORT, V jT 1. Y1. UAMSKY: Leltchfield.'Ky;, DOW MKUCBIt, Uuff.Ky; n . MltltCKn. v.. or Dr. J. Moorman, ii vi Resident lc r t. r Dentist KY. ?- Hood's SarsaparHIa Mr. James Mattingly, Miss Clara Can- OlflvXwilh Dr. Jr. nu.u -.. r End of IlrldKO. non, of Long Lick, were the guests of All kinds of Dental work done and utls- Misses Jennie and Kflio McGary Sunday fctlon gutramocu. week. Mr. Will Mattingly and Dela Cannon, I Oliiiarejguliko to tako 'C. O. O; of Loug Lick, attended church at St,1 CortHlrudllli Cure," the pltwsl ant arftl guaranteed cure for Mary's Sunday and were also guests of Fojrff, Amie and Malaria Bet-twrtli- aa Miss Lela Jolly. Qulalae. Price CO ct. ,6 .' . fjimiHmim''- yCV'HtwuiwWij'iiiii s ,i.g,m.jt 1893. ..- -- Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, QOTOIJEU 25, i t THR BREeKENBroOrR ,.,' ' WJHIIIUUIIJJ IsfRWB, OliOVEHPOHT, K.V. A Mlitiy Hill ml 3 SIROCCb. VI McDANIELS. Mr. n Win.IcDoimiil 1 ia slowly Impiov-ing- . Mr. Dan 1 (oka, was. in Leildifleld Fri- day. m, Mr. , Jewett McDonald Frnnk-fcjlaughter Is on tin; nick la on- - rt I Mrs. ist. tlio sick Mrt. John Mooro win Jn town Thurs- ' Mr. John Glascock was In Leitchfield tliia week. Nov. E. N. Mctcalfo was in Olendenno Wednesday. Mr. Tom. Iluuterj of Leitchfield, was hero Sunday. Mtee Minnio Garner was sick several days this week. Only fifteen stayed at Mr. John Moores last Saturday night. Mr. Stanton Garner, of Antioch, was at the parsonage Thursday. Mr. Joo Glascock and wife visited at Mr. Tonj. Franks UiIh wpek. Mr, Jake Chnncolor has the mumps nnd wo havo a now mall carrier. Mrs. llarrol has returned from Mr John Moqnt'd ntid is qiilto sick. ltev, Buckliannuund wife were at Mr. John Moores one liight.tjiis week, Mr. Fenl Owen, of Louisville, formerly of LonjLiek, was here this week. Mrs. Kate Lampton, of Antioch, was' hero this week visiting at Mr. Tom. Pur-so- - J - Mr. John Mercer has returned from Ilnrdlnsburg nnd is treating us to city ways. Dr. Clarke, of Owensboro, and.not Mr, Robertson, accompanied Mis3 McDonald j? i V home. The piw mill is through ut Dr. (farts and J i as moved to Mr. Will Tom Cannon's farm. Mr. Allison Gnnnwny is well enough to como to town, but still has his head bandaged. Mr. W. C. "Moorman, Glcndeane, was hero Sunday to see our prettist brown haired beauty. Kov. E. N. Metcalfe and Mr. 0. C. Cun-di- d attended the holiness meeting at Antioch the third Sunday. Mr. C. 0. CundifT, wife and son, Ilur-bor- t, of Hardin county, spent the past the past w'eek at the parsonage. Miss Ilenrio Hunter, of Louisvilje, the accomplished daughter of Rev. M. M. Hunter, is here visiting Br isscs Delia and Ned Hunter. Mrs. Nan Dockory and daugheter, Ruby Lewis and Misses Ilenrio, Delia and Ned Hunter visited at Mr. Joe Par-Bothis week. Mr. Mat Jarboe, of Glendeane, was oyer this week alter a barrel of "long drawn sweetness," or as somo term it "florgum losses." It would bo hard to tell which is the bluest looking Mr. Bob Parsons or Mr. Nick Mercer. Cheer up boys, perhaps the report id false and sho is not going to marry. You may talk about your 'bravo boys, but wo really have them. Among them is Master "Ott" Mercer. Although ho is quite small he returned from Hardins- burg alono Wo would liko to know which one of the Glendeane merchants indulges in Derma Royal o. A bottle was found in of the con one of the stores and tents missing. Lost Thursday was the birthday of ono of our handsomest gentleman and the young folks would have been treated to a nice birthday dinner had not sickness in the family prevented. Two mistakes in our last letter. At tho Cave Spring wedding Brp, Roberta and not Bro Cundltr was thq 'officiating clergyman. Then Mrs Mrs. Woods was once Miss Brown, of Wayne county, but for many years has ressided in Clover-por- tr two-thir- Farmers are nil buuy sowing wheat in this section. y Our film ill", Scott Cart, woj hero collecting takes. d Mr. Clint Beniichamp was on tho train lost Friday, R. M, Jolly, of Irviugton, was at Lodi-bur- g ono day lost week. Mr. Robert Payne has newly covered part of his dwelling with tin. 's There will bo prayer meeting nt school hoiiBO to night. Miss Nannie P., lookout, some of the Sinking Creek boys are badly struck. Mr. John Dooloy has movul to Mr. P Robert's to make it Ids future home. Miss Sarah Jordan, of Bowleyvillc, is in tho neighborhood visiting relatives. Mr. Bill Otto was loading slaveH at Lodjbtirgjast wcok for Jolly & Hensley. J. W. Miller lias made about gallons of molasses this season and is not through yot. Rev. I. C. Argabright, of this place, began a protracted meeting at Paynes-vill- e last Saturday. Miss Joslo llendry, of Raympnd, was Visiting her sister, Mra. M. W. Hardin, of this place last week. Mr and Mrs. W. 11. Gibson and master Edison took dinner at Mr. Joo Robertson's last Sunday. Wo are sorry that "Old Trunks" was on ,U0 slykjisl 'ngtweek. Hope he is ablo to bo putiby tnis ,time. .Mr. and Mrs, Tom Morcdock, of Concordia, are visiting frionds and relatives in this section this week. Mr. Henry Gibson and family and Miss Blancho Bashani, were at Brandenburg last Saturday shopping. Mr. and Mjs. B. F. Hardin were visiting her parents, Mr.mnd Mrs.G. .YyVIlas-halaet Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Taylor Claycomb, of Irvington, camo down last Saturday to spend a with ins many friends, in and around Xodiburg. Miss Maxie Bandy, tho school teacher of Jarrett's school, who has been sick for the past two weeks, was ablo to commence her school again last Monday. If Charlie thinks as the Brandenburg correspondent thinks, that the Third party mqn will suppoit him, he had as well d.raw off, for thoy wilj not do it. Prayer meeting at Walnut Grovo every Saturday night; At Poplar Grove every Sunday afternoon nt 3 o'clock and at some neighbors hquso qvery Wednesday night. Rev. A. N. Wliittinghlli, tho pastor of Walnut Grove church, preached his farowell sermon last Sunday. We aro sorry to lose Bro. Whittinghill, but God's will, not ours, be done. As W. S. Basham and brother wcro coming through a dark hollow on last Tuesday night, W. H. Basbain being a little in adyanco, somo ono stepped from tho side of the road and took Basham's horse by the bridle, at tbo same time took hold of Basham but at this time his brother rode up nnd tho unknown let them pass without doing any harm or speaking. Thoy havo no idea who ho was or what ho wanted. Fil-difJnr-reltfour-hundrm few-day- s Lee Nenfua hvt returned from a pleasant visit to the White City and tho World's Fair. Miss Flo a St'th lias returned from Hardin county 'awfully struck'. Why is it that a widower ia more successful with his captivating charms than a bachelor? I also hear Hint Oscar lleriyman stopped one night only to see the "Old lolks at home" en route from tho World's Fair, but in leaving for ills homo in St. Louis promised to return Christinas. As I bring my letter to n closo news reaches mo that Ben Current, Ben Bew-lo- y nnd Will Atwcll havo reached homo from Colorado. Tho financial affairs of the country has caused a suspension of work in tho mines. Our boys are no longer dazzled by tho dreams of splendor but liko Littlo Emily havo returned "to tho old ark on the sand." - Miss Maltha FunklnhousT, of near Mauckport, Ind, after spending a week with Miss Annlo Jones, returned home tho loth inst., accompanied by Mr. an 1 Mrs Harvey Day, Mrs. Bell Ilickcrson and Bessie and Miss Annlo Jones all of whom after spending a Sunday in thq "Old Hooslor Stato" returned to their "Old Kentucky" homes to court tho Goddess of sleep. Old Undo Luster. Stiles has passed from the arena of life into tho mystic beyond, nearly reaching-thripo old ago of fourscore and, nlno. Ho passes from tho busy hum of life, leaving behind none other than, tho kindest feelings, for ho was a man that made it a rulo through life to attend to his own business nnd meddle not with tiio affairs of other people. Joo Burch, tho 13 year old son of Mrs. Kittio Burch, of Payncsville, whoso mind has never been altogether right, and who has all his lifo been subject to spasms got up after retiring for tho night the I2tli inet., and leaving tho house unobserved in his night clothes wandered off into the country. Tho following morning tho neighbors started out on the hunt of him. Tho nows spreading, tho w.oods and fields were Boon allvo with men. It began raining somctimo during tho night nnd a cold, steady rain still falling in the morning, fears wero entertained that the unfortunate had chilled to death. He was found by Will Atkis-Bo- n nnd J. Y, Bennett crossing tho Leavenworth road up tho hollow abovo Mr. Shively's about 11 o'clock', having been out ever siuce 0 o'clock tho night before as it developed that day that Isadoro Whalen whilo on his way to seo liia best girl met the boy in tho old Richardson field and ticking him a veritable ghost done what IVjard an old woman from Lincoln county say she dono once when she saw a uhost, "called, on tho Lord and run." I havo never learned what becamo of Isadore's violin ho was carrying for tho purposo of rendering sweet strains to his lady-lovbut I presume that if it was over found it was sadly out of tune. One thing certain Isadora was not in tune for playing, it 'till. ho heard about thd lost boy"" o e, rrnlflem Umnoiqails I'er-tlllz- nr WHY SLEEVES' NOW TAX THE CAPACITY TO THE UTMOST. How to Mouaure For Slreve unit How to Out Them Vtg o' Mutton nnd Ktunlnc Tho Arm Site anil llnllonn Blear iff Rliouldnr Beared., (Copyrlulit, IttO, U)TAiucrlcn Press AbsocIa. Agtlon.) The model for.fall sleeves, on which all variations nro lnued, U that shown in tho diagram and coiibIkU In a coat Hlmpeas far as tho lining it concerned. The outer lino shows tho upper part, and tho inner lino, shown by dots, marks tho underarm portion, which any drcumakcr can draft to a scale of one inch to an elcchth of an inch, which brings the sleeve to about 24 inches long, which is tha average. Tho measure for tho length of the sleevo should bo taken with tho elbow bent at right angles and the lino drawn from tho outer edgu Of tho wrist to the top of thesldoback scam. Tlio round- - There nro innny sides to this homo mixing problem. Undoubtedly tho first cost of tho chemicals is chciier, when liought in largo lots. You cannot get so perfect a mixture with shovel, lioo and ruko as tho inanufac hirers givo you, nnd you nro not so sure of getting tlio purp chemicals aft you aro of getting purp mixed goods, Bays Rural New Yorker, authority for tho statement thnt tho following formula will give an analysis equal to that of tho best corn fertilizer: fur Corn. ibbi ARE YOU LOOKING CET" r " t'VtV , - FOR BARGAINS: rVVrW rWCVi - Pounds. HO Ground bane , 400 Boncblack superphosphate 9X1 Murlntoof potash Ut) Nltrntoof soda WOO , Total This will givo you all tho nitrogen, potash and phosphoric acid found in n ton of good com fertilizer. The advantage of tlio manufacturer's fertilizer, tlio nuthority quoted, would bo that tho nitrogen, for example will bo obtained from half a dozen different sources, liko ultrnto of soda, sulphato of ammonia, ground ojlsh, tankage,, guauo, dried blood, flesh, etc., whilo you will $G? Do you want to savo 25 cents on tho dolThoy wero purlar. Wo havo tho goods. chased right. Wo aro going to sell them. Don't let somo ono toll you wo givo short Wo weight, or that they aro inferior goods. know what wo aro about. If wo loso money it is our fault, not yours. Having purchased Beard it Bcclcr's stock which wo will sell at greatly reduced prices, in order to mako room for our lino of 1 I , Ci''' . havo but two forms uitrnto of soda and You will seo that you cannot tnlx bo many different substances in a smnll lot mid havo a perfect mixture. Tlio manufacturers do it better becauso thoy mix in largo lots and havo perfect machinery for doing it. What is the advautago of having different forms of nitrogen nnd phosphoric acid? Ask yourself that question about feeding ypur Btock. You could mako a perfect ration of eusilago and cottonseed meal, or clover hay and cornmcal, nnd yot all tho best dairymen seem to beliovo that a mixture of four or ,fivo different foods will givo tlio best results. Wo Bhould use nt least COO pounds per acre of this mixture, half broadcasted and harrowed in nnd half cultivated in when tho plants nro knee high. bono. Fall and Winter .y Gr bIiow you Which we are constantly receiving. O O D -- Don't fail to como and see u;, we will them with pleasure, and mako your heart feel good when you buy a pair of our :$1.50 Shoes:- ! ' That look well IIoe mi Arkansus Sinn Grows Cow ' ' ' I I t I fl ' Ignorance of tho merits of DoWltt's Little Early Risers I is n misfortune. Theso little pills rcgulato tho liver, cure headache, dyspepsft, bad breath, constipation and billiosness. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardins-bur- All the talk in Uje world will not convince you bo quicTldyjuj oijp trial of Witcli Hnzijp&lvo for scalds, burns, bruiscs'skin affections nnd piles. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Witt & Meador Hardinsburg. t's WEBSTER. -- g. EKRON. Miss Kntio Burkhardt is visiting Mrs. Gus Uowoll. Mies Susie Richardson left tho 10th for Chicago and tho World's Fair. Mr. Sam Elder, of Clienault, returned from the World's Fair, via Ekron, last Wednesday. Mr J. K. Brainiest and wife returned last week from Alton, Ind., whero they had been visiting Mrs. Bramlott's parents. , There is a very successful protracted meeting going on at Buck Grovo church conducted by Rev. Judson Willet and Rev. Stalllngs. Wo learn that Miss Mamie Danghcrty, one of our most charming young ladies, who has been on a protracted visit to Owonsboro, will return home next week. Mrs: Phoebe 8killman, Mrs. James Withers and Mrs, Ellon Ilcndrick, who wero visiting relatives and friends hero returned to their homes near Hardins-bur- g Friday. Brown & Brown, of Payncsville, have opened a branch store at Ekron with Mr. S. J. Drown as manager. Theso to be clover business men and wo bespeak for thorn a liberal aharo of tho trade, gentle-mqtyieqm t We must not fail to tell you of tho improvements at the parsonage. Mr. Joe Parsons and Bro. Metcalfe worked faithfully putting pn tho tin roofing and would havo completed it, but tlioy had not sufficient material. Before this conference ear closes, -- wo hopo to toll you that all necessary improvements havo boon made and tho homo paid for. Now wo wish we were good at sketching and we would send somo illustrations equal to those in Puck. First wo would draw our handsomo Dr. and his best girl tall and divinely fair, both on tho back porch at Mr. Chas. Jarboo's armed with largo iron spoons and indulging in hot preserves scraped from a porcelain kettle, Both seemed to enjoy it hugely, but not more so than the "lookers on." Some who have been attending tho "shooting matches" look bluo since that 'member of the jury toll them ho ex- amlned the Jaw on the subject and found ft was five hundred dollars fino nnd imprisonment to put up anything and shoot for it. But thoy noed not bo alarmed if things go as thoy did at tho last court. Nqt ono wijtpess could bo found to appear before tho Judge and point out nnyonjJ who sold whiskey or carried concealed weapons, yet every fow days 'tho ''blind tigers" or "jujjmen" have their "walking advertisements" in our town. noed longer iWpIse himself for his .weakness. Hill's Clilorido of Gold Tablets will ? bfeatfhis, chains and make liim.a free AH druggfete sell them. ( Public speaking here tho 31st. Politically wo aro ouo for A. J. Gross. Mrs. Kurtz has secured Miss Ilattio May, Hardinsburg, as Governess. B. F. Payno returned from Hardinsburg Thursday, ho wad a juror. II. G. Stewart is in Louisville attending Grand Lodge. Joo Ball camo down from Ncv Albany last week. Misses Mary and Nellie Henderson ro- turned Friday from a two weeks visit at Owensboro. Miss Bessio Mays, of Cloverport, is hero on a visit to her parents. Misses Tishia and Lizzio I fill Cloverport are visiting their brothers hero on the farm. Dr. Taylor Orenduff, Jackson, Miss., is visiting at his old homo place, Mr. T. B. Henderson's this week. Georgo Stewart gavo us a pleasant surprise last Sunday morning by stopping offtho train. Ho had been gono from hero two years. Wo wero glad to seo him. Bro, Campbell's last sermon hero was eloquent and impressive and will bo long remembered by his hearers. John B. Colemnu, J. 0, Kurtz, Harry Stewart and Forrest Claycomb will start Nqveraber 1st for tho World's Fair. 1", J All that honesty, experience nnd skill can do to product a perfect pill, has boon employed in ''aklns DqWltt's Llltlo Early Risers. TI16 result is a specific for sick hcadacho, biljjpusness and constipaA. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and tion. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Statement to Democrats. Ur..Vy Tho alavpfo Tobacco or Opium - Cov ijW '4 lawily Xeeesiity. Ky., Oct. M, Nbws 1805.- - please find portal order for'ono to renew niy subscription to tjio dollar Bbbckkskiixje Nb'8 for one mora yea, us it lyis beeomo a family necessity as luxury. Jt is my'oljl nptfye ,welt ,and p?y aitachjnents are ery eouHly strong for same. Y0un Truly, 11, L. AslIBHOOK. . toh of BKBCKKfiKyyii; It has como to our kuowledgo that certain parties are making statements to the effect that tho Democratic convention hold on Oct. 9th was not a regular called meeting but was held in tho interest of C. E Lightfoot. Wo hereby most positively state, that such was not tho case but was duly called and properly advertised and hereby regard as undemocratic all fusion tickets and earnestly requst all democrats to cast their vote for tho party ticket and secure party responsibility and thus secure to tho Democratic party a faithful discharge of public government. "How do you get such beautiful Bhcep?' was a question put to n farmer. "I tako care of tho Iambs," was tho reply. There is a word for pastors in that reply. "If I wero to repeat my ministry," said n pastor, "I would givo my chief attention to tho young." Says Dr. Rainsford; "Wo must put our strength into work among tho children. Wo cannot do much with tho pqoplo over twentyflvo years old. Tho only way to do is to build tho children into church." If you can nffpril to bo nnuoyed by sick hcadacho and (constipation, don't uso DeWltt's IittWEarly Risers for theso littlo pills fuauro them. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsbqrg. " well. Tho under portion should hoThreinchei narrower than tho outside. 3Hio measure for width should bo taken around thu wrist and nt the top just whero the rania join. As it is qui to a little trouble, to measure nnd diagram for a new pattern every tl mo, tho clever dressmaker will draft one or two .good sleovo models for long, slim nrm and keep them for short, plump one-a- nd ready where by a minute's work In ,B)eftsurInz for width and length aiiy lad; ' cAn bo fitted with a sleeve. Tho next thing is to cui for balloon sleeve, which Is now In Its various modjllcat Ions ,tho favorite. This can bo caslly.donqjy Nllowing tbo main features pf thoulagnun., The puff can bo 11s f ullor scant as the wearier desires, and It W usUTtfly cut on thbrross of tbe'goods, deep enough to reach thcVcJbow, and ,1h gathered whero the marks arc. It can 1X' shirred at the top nnd tho f uilness thereby turned downward, or it can he cut a trifle higher and gathered in with' the lining. It Is to bo basted on the Ihitng.and, towed and afterward drawn upward and, CABBAGE'S gathered and busted at the top of thesleeye. vwalHJatM'M'OfeWf1 The f rontslee vo pf am can then Imj sunuiTaulf BABBAGE'S the sleeve finished off. Tho outer seam should havo been sewed before. Tho lower .BABBAGE'S arm portion should have bod the outside cut and firmly basted to tha lining nnd sewed up with tho whole. Tho wrists are, now finished by n narrow piping and are faced with silk, and tbo best dressmakerg spriuklo a little vtoletororris powder along in the, seam. Where the wrists aro to fla're a trifle and with all llo dresses an of wlgun Uinade lit the wrists to keAp them smooth. Tte puff may be lengthened from two to four Inches and shirred directly in tbomldi ' Underwear at Babbago's. die, while tbo rest is treated as for a single puff, or it can be held in by a ribbon band. Babbag'o's for underwear. All the variations ore sucaestcd bv the fash Havo you bought your Underion publications, and the dressmaker can develop tiitm.lrom tlio lounuuuon model. not, don't fail to seo wear. The leg of mutton sleeve being Just now very fashlonablo nnd very difficult to make, Babbage's line. a careful diagram Is given, which an jn lady Red Ties aro tho latest. A good can follow who will draft the diagram on a of An inch. selection can bo found at Babbago's scale of nn inch to This Is a very stylish sleeve and is well Fino Candies at Babbago's. adapted to all materials. The sleeve Joins only on ono side, and all the fullness cornea Wq will let you wear our shirts on tho upper part. The lining to this If lining Is used U cut just like the outside if you will como in early and mako and should boot light texture. your selections and pay us tho inThe sleeves should be cut so that tho Una marked straight is so with the thread. If significant prices wo ask for them. tho goods of which the sleeves are mado Is Prices won't stand in tho way if narrow, the scam must bo made on the, cross, as tho diagonal lino must be on tho you want ono of our shirts, truo bias. When cut and basted carefully, Your undorwoar is cntiroly too tho plaits should be laid in as marked and firmly fastened and tho two places marked gauzy for theso chilly mornings. C brought together, so that 11 comes over Bettor como in and get somothing tho three plaits anil thotwo A's meet. Then the seam should bo basted and sewed, when woolly and feel moro comfortable the result will bo n real leg of mutton sleevo, like the diagram, and the plain part Wo'll make tho prices comfortable on tho top allows for a bertha or brttellq too. without throwing it out of shape. Neckwear stylish and pretty 'Tho sleeves to evening dresses nro all modified balloon shape, but shortcoming worth CO cents at 25 cents. in some coses quite to tho elbow, but more Men's fancy all wool underwear, often finished off about fourhichcs from the seam, with abaud over which tho puff falls. fino Royal ribbed goods. SomoThe sleeve should bo rounded up IK inches toward tho inside to permit tho puff to fall thing that will keep you warm this outward welL winter. Prices on theso goods To sow the scams In sleeves both edges should bo neatly trimmed and overcast and right. tho scums stitched from the bottom upward. Come in and mako your solcc The seams should then bo opened, and If woolen slightly moistened and pressed over tions whilo tho sizes aro intaot And a sleovo board. tho assortment complete, "Ye reTo sew tho sleovo into the arm sizo requires care. There is no fixed rule, as each fer to our fall and winter underperson has a different way of carrying tho wear. arm, which brings tho seam Into ndlffcrent Herq's a cincher: A fino position, and where It in feasible to have 'the person try tho sleeves on and pin the Natural Gray Men's Undcnvear, seams into the right position it is best to 'do so. But the general rulo to follow is to and tho price and tho value is have the back scam in the sleeve placed half way between tho bock side form and honestly $5. Now if you aro opqn the, siouhler seam and tho front ono In a dito a big bona-fid- o bargain, como agonal lino one inch back of the dart. around on Saturday and take them Tho shoulder seam should bo turned forward and tho qleuvo basted In, beginning at at $3 75. tha back and going down under tho arm Don't answer that letter on first, which brings whatever fullness there is easily to tha top. If it Is thin goods, a narshabby note papor, como to us and row tape pan be sowed in with thoscam, tho edgo tnen trimmed and closely overcast, get something now and nobby in but tho sleeve scam ihould not bo pressed, this lino. p corro-gponde- nt partoes not count In thajneasuro, foi that Is, arbitrary. Sometimes It Is verj high and at other times not.feioro thn to give tbo necessary f ullnefcs is"'tnake it set Ing SLEEVE DIAOHAMS. W The cow pen differs from the Canada pea In tho timo of planting. It will not' grow until tlio ground ia thoroughly warm, nnd it thrives well in dry, hot weather. This jiea can bo grown nftcr a crop of wheat 1ms been taken off, say tho middle of June. It is 11 fino soil renovator, being one of the few plants nblo to'tnko free nitrogen from tho air, Tho cow pea is to the south just what clover is to tho north. I would not recommend them as a forage plant where clovor will do well, for they nr6 no better, in jny judgment, and nro much harder to euro properly, owing to the stalks and stems being much coarser. Our way of sowing habcen to uso an ordinary forco feed wheat drill, Betting tlio feed nt tho mark for wheat I huvoover seen gi'Jn Tho best-crodrill, pnly allowwas sown with an ing every third boo to feed, stopping up ,the others. This mude the rows about ,24 inches apart, and u small garden cultivator wi used for cultivating them, ilgto was only used twice This crop will produco threoor four tons per acre as drawn in from tho field. Just how far (north U1C60 peas will grow 1 am not ablo to s3y, writes an Arkansas of "Hoard's Dairyman. Tea. feel well and wcar'well, and when you come to look you will stay to buy, and go away pleased and satisfied, : Is tho motto of your friends, ,Yi I Kik HUE'S RUN. MATTINGLY & HOKE HARDINSBURG, KY. Tho Cut Wan ItuDfrjr. , We havo not had much frost yet, thd farmers uro busy sowing wheat. We havo had plenty of rain. Mis? Cordelia Cashmaii and Air. Forest Hawkins attended church at New Bethel Tuesday. Mr. Dick Hawkins atid Cy Askins were the guests of Miss Cordelia Cash-ma- n last Sunday. Mr, Forest 'Hawkins has a cart, all ho wants is some girl to rido in it. llov Argarbright preached a very interesting sermon hero Sunday., Quito n crowd was present. A young lady bookkeeper employed In an offlco nt South Manchester, Conn., has been in tho habit for somo time past of giving tho office cat a pieco of meat for its lunch every day. Precaution is taken to lay a piece of paper under tho meat to nvoid greasing tho floor. Tho other day at lunch hour, when tliero was no meat, pussy begged for some in her most intelligent fashion, and at last going to the wnstbaskot dragged forth her regular paper tablo cloth and laid it properly for tho incut. Philadelphia Lodcer. in Correctly weekly by l'liinphrer X Lmiler, Iro. duce Commlnloti Merchant!, 3.56 Second t.,lct. Ky, .Main - Mrs. Jenningaaid-JIr8.Wilsorr-nri- d "Master Kddio were (ho miesls of Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. II Hawkins Tuesday. LOUISVILLE. KY..0ct,2J 163.' Shippers ihould mark Ml package! "alnly,. with ibipper'i Dame and ad Teas. , Thpro will bo speaking nt Hito's Kuu BUTTER. IT 18 school house Saturday night. All invit-ed.t- o Choice, country poit-oflic- o BABBAGE'S COLUMN. Inter-linin- g BARGAIN If attend. 13 Common 31 Mr. Ben Hotitchon nnd Miss Cora Creamery Kaas. Cliapin wero married at tho residence Freah 10 of Mr. and Mrs. Laten Howard's Sunday. JIUAttB. 1 7& to 1 , hand Quito n crowd was present and grently Michigan, Navy picked , .ndlana '1 6( to 1 1 Oi to 1 enjoyed by nil. Old or Common and colored.. DRIED Mr. Wm. Hawkins was on tho sick list Apploi, oholce APl'LW AND PKACIILS. bright quarters 5 to a few days last week. Apples, averago to Medium 16 V 85 85 20 one-eight-h Louis & Texas ltailway before purchasing your tickets to Chicago. Direct connection made with nil lines via Louisville. Good service and best of attention shown to passengers, Kor flirt her information, address .Louisville, Ky. Rates to the World's Fair. Call on agents of tho Louisvillo, St. Apples, old Peaches, new Peaches, old il -- 4 to 4 'A 33 (u) 5 rU) Prime, white goose Mixed Old No. 1. duck FEATHERS. .. HIDES. Qreen, food Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheep skins Hens per lb Roo' ters per lb , 3 5 35 '5 (u) 20 i 00 i' Q) V, f y MonnuK, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, II. 0. ,. 20 Mil 7 80 ' POULTRY. , I i(etter:uuinine. HUGHESfONIC OHILLSA FEVER IfBV II) ifti 11' Spring Chickens, per lb....,.) Young Ducks perlb Oeeae, full featfaerd , Turkeya Ginseng, Ky. and Indiana Yellow Root 6 5 , 3 7.(ai 8 . 7 (g) 8 4 00 M 4 50 , 7 ' (a) U ROOM, 2 IS IB 1 .. 2,30 1 1 The Old Hellat5wrSure Cure for (MME. Rabbits Squirrels Quail WOOL. d , 1 1 of' 00 (a) Don'bake any feulntltulei, j ilrci. Sale 75 25 00 soc.ndti. Vax by Urugglttf. , ROmNSON-PETTlS- T CO., Clovernort, Kv. LOUISVILLE, KY. For Sale by A, It. Urease, fine Grease, coarse Merino Durrj and Cuts 25 20 IS M 17 12 (5 14 12 (ft 14 5 M 10 FISHEII, Tallow Reeswax.. Sorghum MISCELLANEOUS. , Secrets of Dressmaking HAY, GRAIN, FEED. ' We quoto price on Louisville city wharf: , OATS, No, 2 oats 32 30 ' ' " HAY. Strictly chotoo 10 60 (d'13'Ob t ! to-d- Molaaies 30 M 35 ' (t) (t 21Vi .1 y Choice No. 2 Oood Medium Choice whit Choice shelled t dood Bright Straw.. CORN. 11 00 12 00 10 00 m) 11 00 4 75 (a) 5,60 ' $ All the highly all-vo- ol ji; drewmaker's art will the eries of articles on rr!"d ef the be "' divulged 42 (j) 40 4 00 4 25 3 8i 4 10 ..3 40 3 05 3 00 (3) 3 25 In Home CATTLE. Oood to extra shipping Light shipping Rest Butchers Dressmaking to appear i In these colurnns. Thty teach how to cut, fit, and make all the difficult ahipei of the day. Medium to good butobers HOQS. 0 tb Choice packing and butchers , 6 1.'. (& Fair to good Roughs . .0 5t Shoata and pigs 100 Ibi and under,!) VI- - M $ " $ 3 25 0 70 8 65 8 75 m sEBS&PSwJ Oct Them and Save Them. SHEEP. flood to extra shipping Fair to good LAMR8. flood to extra spring. to good Fair 2 7f 3 25 1 10 M 2 60 i 60 61 2 4 75 4 00 aa Clerks, office boyj and employes gonornlly, who are always grumbling about what they havo to do, and who are always raising a kick about their salaries, aro not tho ones who gonerally queered in gotting the coveted money. It is tho painstaking young man.the ono who tries Wo could not.iinprjwe the quality If to do his duty, regardless of his salary, paid doublo tliolpfrtoT Do Witt's Witch ho who makes liimsult and Ids eqrvfees Ilaxei Salve is Mie best Salvo that ex- indispensable he is the ono'whof,; perience can prodVce, pr that money can tho raise and who is always able to comA. RFiBher, "Cloverport, aid mand the very beet wages. Madlson-vlll- e buy, Huetlor. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Olive II AiiPEB, "WJien you aro engaged then Tho l'Vrnfer'WUi I'lircetful. man who took several comos tho wedding stationery. Wo The Berwick thousand dollars from the bank, put it show a chpico and elegant assortin his vest pockot, and then lost the garQ.f thosQ goods. ment was convinced that the banks are ment yet the best places to keep monoy; Ho All thoso "Wdrld'B Pair visitors thought somo tramp had Btoleli tho vest, Svar s,hirta bought of Biibb,ago, later ho found vest and mon y BABBAGE'S in a grain box whero ho had foolishly laid it he becamo more than over conBABBAGE'S vinced of the security which thoMalno banks afford. Augusta (Me.) Journal. but-wlio- n CLOVERPORT RETAIL MARKET. COBatCTKD WIKKLV. ' Butter, per pound Cheese, per pound Cabbage, per head unicsens. eacn Corn, per'bushel.., Ducks, eeeh les, per peck f 20,,c. ,, ...... ,ii, ....... r$Zuic. SO;! .i..16320( .p. f!)l0o. 25 ,f,...V4aBU -- Bgf'i l"t uosen NeW potatoes, per Onldns, perpeck... peck .'.V....!.2030 : ."' 12Jc. JlV.20 BABBAGE'S "Don't" For Bummer. "Don't," says a writer in tlio Boston Traveller, and it is a,good "don't" to listen to, "hayo a big Cldpase porcelain jar on a veranda only four times as big na the width of the jar." A Caugk ef .LttGrlRuu, Creui, e, skeptical that "C 1.C. Certain Cro Is tho Krcatcit remedy extant Tr the paro A trial will cohtIhco tho most Coaghs, Cl, Spring chekens, each....,,,.. ,....., ..22J(a,2c. Wheat, per bushel...... , . ,65 c. Roasting ears, i.er dosen. .,....,...,.. 10 p. .,.......,.L5l'""1 Tomatoes, per doi Swett Potatoes per peck,,,; J5ijr, ,.,., Dried lleini 4;'p. ....'.. , ...,,,,..... PriaiLPHcbee .1 4 0. , 5 p. Pried Apples Ureen Apples, 75 e. .,....,. Turnips per bushel ?5 0, ,!.... .'..'jtja.20, . .p. .' 5e. j rv,vammtiitft''m-- r ".-,-- . , iMinwiitiiif4iv'-w!WW'jq- t iwinyiimr-rTHf- j HJIWft-- -iviwi i.Mi jiiiiiiiwRiijijupiwipiiliu!iAi). ''IPWWWfWWIWIBnJWgpWTflJIi ll'l'WfU"irK7VW1F?IVinililWnnHiHHHH 1 THEX Highest of all In Leavening Power. BRRGKRNRIDGK Latest U. S. Gov't t. NEVW&, GluOVElRPGRT, ITY. JhJUUUUhXJUlSJh " and Invito tho most nvimtlirntlon nn tn our rcsnonalull- lty nud tho uiorits of our Tablets. WE fllUHAHTEK A CURK WKST'BfF BB Jo- - C. W CO. PUB I (d MowniD StftLV. T OrTMlOHflD(l( D. APrLtTON And when tcinlnluo tuslo was added to tho milo but practical efforts of men It was wonderful to noto tlio transforming change to seo how tho ravages of timo and abuse yielded to a littlo well bestowed decoration. On this occasion the Ban Marcns mniilras had employed tho garniture of hemlock boughs and gayly colored mtftliu with telling effect, and the tallow candles perched everywhere Bccmed to threaten a general conflagration. Mr. Ulysses Magindy himself was at present going about tho building and lighting tlieso candles with u long pole, attended by a gang of small boys who restrained their uncomplimentary epithets in view of tho coming festivity. And scarcely had the last clovnted dip commenced to contribute its greasy droppings to tho gratuitous shower that rained ovorywhoro upon tho ballroom floor, when with laughter nnd merriment the guests began to urrivo and take up their positions on tho hard wooden benches that were ranged at either end of tho room. m. y m Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE tbo men immediately followed. Tho influ-enc- o ladies huddled together u frightened of sound followed tho suggestion. bovy at tho upiier end of tho room. Leni Wickson awaited tho approach of Even "Lampasas Jake," who was stono Sheriff Mosoly with composure Boyond deaf, was seen to leavo tho room abrupttho slipping of his right hand carelessly ly. How far tho rumor that tho proprietor of tho Half Wuy Houso had beuenth his coat ho did not chango his broached n barrel of ryo whisky in tho uttitudo Tho sheriff did not stop until he reached that quarter of tho room, neighboring wagon shed may havo influenced this sudden exodus is n matter when halting suddenly tho formality of of conjecture. Certain it is that many n surly nod was exchanged. "Time's up, Lcm." remarked Iko coolof thoso who left returned with n peculiar light about tho oyo and u disposition ly. '! want yon." "What for?" demanded Mr. Wickson to friskiness in deportment. irruflly. without moving n muscle. ,. Fron) this timo forward it was no rar"In partickler tin it warrant Bworn ity to seo men waltzing together and deriving no end of satisfaction from the ng'in yon for horso stealin by Alcides Dallas und Buck Jerrold," replied Mr. entertainment. Thero was also n tendency on tho part of certain solitary Mosely. "but it orter happened somo dancers to seek some quiet corner of tho iimuiigo for hog stealin and gin'rnl ballroom nnd sing softly to themselves, "Not this ovenin, Ike." roplicd Lcm with that enjoyment which only alcohol can inspire. It may havo been that tho inere'dhlously, leaning against tho wall sudden outbreak of tho elder Dallas was und allowing ono hand to rest carelessly on his hip "I reckon to put in my timo contagious, but lo that us it may his action nt least ufforded Edith tho pretext at this hyar ball tonight danco with she required, for scarcely had tho' violin the gals und enjoy myself gen'rally." "Oh. yo do?" said tho sheriff, his blno duet begun when sho was asked to danco eyes tuking on u sudden, hard glitter; by Mr. Buck Jerrold. Hero was a quandary. The high born northerner hardly wwcll, I don't reckon that littlo divnrsion cared to extend this privilege to Mr. Jer- to tako pluco if thar's any law in tho rold, but sho did not wish to hurt his Lono Star. Wot's moro, I'm tho man to prevent it." fielings. So sho fell back in condemnaHo mado a quick dash ut his licit nnd tion of tho orchestra. "Really, Mr. Jerrold," she said, smiling a sudden spring forward. Thero was u sweetly up into his face, "I could not rush und u scuffle, during which tho figures of botli men whirled beforo tho eyes dance one step to such timo as thoso fiddles aro keeping. I havo just refused of tho Bjieotators. A second later Lorn Mr. Bruco here. Shall wo not wnlk upon Wickson held tho sheriff by tho throat, tho porch'"' And with this pretext sho ids right hand levoling upon him a largo "Smith and Wesson." left tho room on his arm. Tho sheriff struggled frantically in his Bruce, ubandoned thus to himself, found tho time drug wearily. Ho wu3 grip, his hand plucking at his revolver, not edified by Cynthia's behavior with which appeared to bo caught. Tho rough Captain Foraker. Beyond a mere slight men looking on held their breath. It recognition, littlo conversation had chaiiced that Henry Bruce was nearest to Wickson tho brandished weapon at passed between them. But throughout tho evening sho flirted with tho ofllcer full cock within tho reach of his arm. desicratcly and with an ostentation that With u sudden dart forward ho grasied the horso thief's wrist with his irritated Bruce. nnd seizing tho "barrel catch" between Tho captain accepted his fair companion's advances complacently. Ho waltzed tho finger and thumb of his right by a a great deal, and it was noticeable left quick, strong pul unshipped tho barrel, the ballroom at tho end of every danco. throwing tho cartridges all over tho By degrees the effect of tlieso frequent room trips began to bo apparent in his manner actsublimo in its desperanud gestures. Ho did not confine his attion and tho skill of its achievement. It' showed, moreover, n remnrkablo knowltentions to Cynthia, but wns mildly playful und familiar with tho other ladies. edge of tho weapon. In u twinkling Miss Dallas uppciiretl u little unnoyed at Bruco laid closed with Jho disarmed und this, but uttemptcd to disguiso it in con- astounded rufllun, and pinujng him versation with Miss Maverick and her against tho opioirftn wall released tltp sheriff. escort. "Well ilouol" gasped the nearly throtAt hist, during ono of his most genial momeiitB, Captain Forakcr crossed tho tled Iko, glancing admiringly upon ballroom unsteadily to tho place where Bruco., Ho took u p.iir of h.inrif uffs from Edith was sitting. Sho had returned his pocket and by n quick movement prisoner. Thou ho turned upon and was chatting with Mr. Jerrold. Tho enptnin iosed himself engagingly beforo tho breathless crowd. "1 don't mind sayin right here tliet Miss Stafford, and without tho formality of an introduction requested tho favor tliet's about tho neatest trick I ever yet of tho next dance. Miss Stafford raised seen dono. ami ef Lem thar lied lied a her brown oyes in burprise, regarded the colt's' my life wouldn't been worth a pecan Doggono this old greasy belt!" captain a moment and then turned coldly away. Temporarily disconcerted, the ho exclaimed, glanfcing down where his gentleman described a half circle to the revolver had slipped beyond tho hammer left, and coming back to tho bamo jwint in tho worn leather, thcroby making it difficult to draw; "doggono itl I hev repeated his request. His gray mustache, elevated tit an inebriated angle, hed roublo with that' holster afore, and gave his countenance a droll expression. now'it nearly closed my record. I rejlp reon I'd better make a requisition foi- -a favor of-- f "I new belt" peated tho captain in a very high key. 'Givo us yer baud, pardnor," ho said This was too much for Henry Bruco. Tho blood rushed to his faco as he rose again, turning ouco uioro to Henry Bruce. It does Iko Mosely good to Spcl tho grip to his feet. "You forget votm-clfsir!" ho said of a good man and true. If yer over sternly. "Tho lady is not dancing, and wantin nnythin very bad or neediu any if she wero you are not in a condition to help, 1 reckon yo know whar you kin get it tirtcr tonight Yo kin count on tho remember what etiquette demands." Captain Foraker gazed at Bruce in a sheriff of Oskaloo any timo, nnd ez often dazed way. It was a ludicrous but crit- ez you want to, for tho last drop o' his ical moment. The next a blow might blood J don't know on tho wholo," ho have been struck and a scene followed. addod, with a sudden chango of manner, Tho moment passed. An imbecile smilo "but what 1 might as well cement that Bprend itself over tho officer's puffed foco, statement with a practical snifter." Ho took a flask of whisky from his as if the humor of his predicament aspocket nud extended it to Bruce. serted itself in spito of his drunken disTho latter declined courteously. comfiture. Ho turned on his heel and re"Jes'ez you say,"' remarked Iko quietturned to his lxxsition nt the opposite end ly, "but yer not nctlu ez sonsiblo ez yo of the room. A diversion was here afforded by the did a ininuto ugo, mid yer losln a chanco entrance of a singular figure. Ho was a to sp'ilo some mighty good liquor, I tall, lean, cadaverous man, with long, sampled this mysolf." "Well," ho said, pausing to tako breath jet black hair, straggling board, low Ho beforo testing tho qnalltics of his flask, brows and piercing black strolled into tho room with an impudent "hero's tho health of u man tho county swagger, his slouch hat on tho back of is. pron'd of. I'm lookin ut ye, pardner, his head, his hands in hLs pockets and along with tho rest of tho town of Oska-his pantaloons tucked into his boots. In loo." , 'Ho raised tho flask to his lips and neglecting other details of his toilet ho had also omitted his ablutions, and his tossed off a draft with on accompanying general appearance was disordered and whack, Witli characteristic good will unsavory. But nono of these fucts ap- ho turned immediately to Wickson. . "No hard foolin's, Lem," ho said genparently contributed to tin) general sensation at his entrance. Tho ladies stared; erously, "soein tho lato onplcusantnessis the men scowled; some of tho latter over. Ef yer feelin like tryin this stuff, sworo, nnd others laughed; nn audiblo I don't.mlnd holdin it fur yo to git tho murmur of astonishment went round benefit." Ho oxtonded tho flask good Immorally tho room. But tho effect upon Alcides was most to tho lutter's lips. But Mr. Wickson peculiar. It put un instant stop to his was not in tho humor for whisky and music. Ho set down bow and fiddlo and signified it by turning impatiently away. "All right," said Iko, restoring tho robo with nervous haste. After regarding tho intruder u second with n glance flask to his pocket without pressing tho in vhich rage and surprise struggled for hospitality further upon tho thronged tho mastery, ho took a fow hasty steps in crowd, a fow of whom woro an exprestho direction of tho "Silent Mary," ap- sion which mado it ovidont that refusal was extremoly unlikely. parently thought better of his resolvo, "It's n sing'lar thing soinotimes how camoback, und sweeping chair, violin and good llcker goes beggln. Not that it of bow beforo him seatod himself against tho ppposito wall, tilting back and tpn occurs horo in Texas, but thet when plunging his hands deep in his pockets It docs it's worth whilo to tako noto of it 'I dlsromembor heretofore in this with an expression of amazed resignation. In this position ho remained, up-- , country any such do'pressin stato o' facts. purcntly uncertain what ho should do Good OTonin, gontlemon. I trust I hoven't materially interfered with tho festivinext. Meanwhile the uncleanly individual,! ties." Ho turned on his heel, and with,' his uftcr looking boldly about tho room,! sauntered over to n corner where certain ' hand on tho arm of his prisoner loft tho. of the uninvited guests wero standing ballroom. Of courso so exciting an ocenrrenco as polluting (ho atmosphere of tho ballroom wltli cheap cigars and generally absorbed tho recent arrest waa not without its efin tho incidents of tho evening. Tho fect upon tho general gayety. Af tor tho sheriff" departure it was a difficult' matmanner in which the newcomer wns reter to get thoj'rlghtcned ladies in tbehu-mo- r ceived by this group was pot flattering. to roaumq dancing. Possibly this No ono offered a word of greeting or difficulty waa materially increased by even u sign of reco,rtiition. Apparently tho fact that tbo fiddler was not to bo the outrunco of Mr. Lemuel Wickson, found, but; was at last discovered asleep Ihu horso thief, upon tho San Marcus in nn old carryall in tho shod, hard by festivities; was regarded as un intrusion. tho whisky cask already alluded to and There was a sudden stir near the door, with n glas of spirits in his hand. His and Sheriff Mosoly entered. Ho strode violin had fallen from his grasp during to tho center of tho ballroom with his his .recent alcoholic weakness and had quick, nervous stride und cast n sharp been crushed by tho ltoothcel of some othglance in orcry direction. He was armed, er follower of Bacchus. and his manner was significant. For a No oijedured t,hnk of the elder. Dallas second ho stood quiet, his alert eyes in this emergency, but ho too had fled glancing about Tho next he espied, tLo ballroom. Uuder those discouragLemuel Wickson, and with a hnrrlod ing circumstances the ladies lingered a gesture to his belt ho sprang forward. littlo, 'chatting with their' escorts, 'and A rush in that quarter on by. and by began tp go hoin.k. . . ,And indeed tho more philosophical and thoso apparently boyond the cuss-edncss- ." 1 he C'I(u I'oilud mcoi re-d- high nud shbno deeply down i.hni Cmco and As Ihny did so, tho Edith departed. former caught 11 glimpse pf u lignre skulking along beneath tho bright light and cuirylng u heavy gun. It was Dallas. The singular movement of the old man awakcneil liis curiosity, utid his eye mechanicully fbllowed hilnnslio moved to bo followup the road. Ho noting his ing somo ono nud suspicion-slmovonieuts. Glancing uhe.id Bruco beheld in one of tho moonlit spaces of tho level road tho figures of Cynthia und Captain Forakcr proceeding slowly. Miss Bertha Muveiiek uiid the younger Mr. Ludcling were toiuo distance behind. Tho cuptiilu was walking unsteadily and discussing somo question in n decldtilly loud tono of voice. Cynthia was eudeav-oringt- o quiet him. Bruco could not repress n smilo ns ho realized that tho entire party wero unconsciously under the armed ihtrveil-lauc- o of tlw suspicious Alcides. But though in a measure amused ha did not direct tho nttenlion of tho fustidious young lady ut his sido to tho huinor of tho incident. During tho wullf homo ho conversed but littlo, being occupied with his, reflections. At length when they nr' rived utthollulf Wuv House, ho surprised Miss Stafford with tho infoimatioh tlutt ho intended taking'n short rtdo or walk before retiring. "Al this hour of tho night'" exclaimed Edith, Who wuu n triilo piqued by his recent abstraction. "I should think. Hal. you were absolutely daft." "Not in the least Only lwred with tho uoiso ami excitement of that pandemonium," Btuce replied us tliey passed up the broafl steps of tho vernn'du. Ho bado her good night in tbo hallway and tivrnod uwuy. leaving hor gazing curiously ufter him us ho went out again into tho moonlight nplK-ure- will eompletclrdBdroythodeglroWrTOnACCO In from Mondays. Perfectly harm lrR! ClUlffalin nlnknnntt. fllirl tnav hn vpn 111 n pun nf tpn nr rnlTun ullliniit tlin b.mn1. cuguui ma pauuiii, wnu win vuninuiriiy aiojismoKingorcnowititfin n row aayu. t'VS Onrt M UMH HV HAM ' cnnnocnrcuuiiiomcnnawiin- lU IINKt-'Nmiuuuumijjuu uuu mum uum iiuull oumnyouon on mo pun or tho piitlttit, liy thousoof Our SPECIAL FORMULA QOLD CURD TABLETS. unrinHircaimnntpiuionifinronilowru tlio frco trno of J.lqtior or Mor plilnn until such tliiio as they shnll voluntarily Rlvo tlietn up. woRrniipnrticuiarsnmirnniplilct of UwtlnionlulHlri'O, mill shall uu Hi"" m imiu-- Biiucrflrsirom nnyoi inoao nnoiis m coniimiiuca nun wun persons who navo occn curcu uy ino ubo or our iablktb. HILL'S TARI PT9 urn far nnln liv nil vinsT.m.lca dniKKlstnot SI.OO vcriwcknco. 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Havo choired from ten to vearH. und tnomickuccs nnd smnknd for twentv-flvof your Tablets cured mo bo 1 hnvo no desire for It. U.M.JAVLOUD, Leslie, Jllcll. Donnfl Fnpitr. N. Tf. TriR Onto Crtr.icAt.Co.i Gentlemen: Somo tlmuaeol sent for fl.m worth of vonr Tablets forTobacco Ilnblt. I received them nil rlsht and. ulthouch 1 wus both n heavy smoker nnd choircr. they did tho work In loss thun threo days. I nm cured. xruiy youra, juaxije.w iiuiiitsuai i . u.i3ujlj. Wn 1'ITTSnUItUH. l'A. Tup. nntn f!nicif frit. f!n TlRVTt.icMnN; It crlvea Tnn tilcaauro ta sticnk A k.' A word of nrnlne for vour Tahleta. M v son wns Strom;! V addicted to thu tisu of llnnnr. nnil tlirnm'li nfilnnd. I wns led t trvvour Tablets. Ho wnsnhcnwnml ponstnnt drlnknr. but liftnr nslnor vour Tablets but threo dnvs ho nultdrlnkltiir. nnd will not touch lluuor of an v kind. 1 hnvo wnltcd four mouth bcloro wrltlnif , you, la order to know tuo euro wus permanent. Yours truly, MUS. HELEN M0IUU80N. Cincinnati. Ohio. Tahlnta hnvo nerformed nmimclo In mv cuso. The nntn Hnrurrii. f!n DrvTiKuttv I hnvo used inortihlno. hvDodcrmlcnllv. for soven years, and havo been cured by tho uso of W. L. LOTEQAY. two packages of your Tablets, and without any effort on my part. ,v . 1 v . y . I I i Tnnr .She was accompanied by an elderly man. Of course nn occasion so celebrated as this crowning event of tho frontier seo son had attracted tho widely scattered beauty of tho region. Miss Cordelia tho "Wild Koso of San Saba," tho erfumo of whoso attractions had been blown abroad by tho prairie breezes as far east as San Marcus, was present to blossom anew and to excito oven more fragrant fancies in tho minds of her poetic admirers. Miss Flo' Brooks, clear eyed and bewitching, hold out alluringly the fascinations of her nntivo town of Paint Rock. Thero wero other humbler importations against whoso staid mediocrity tlieso celebrated beauties flashed as against a somber background. The local honors wero sustained by Miss Bertha Maverick and Miss Cynthia Dallas. But public interest in tho San Marcus ball was better shown in tho attendance of the men. There was a generous sprinkling of frontier celebrities. Mr. Joo Treddlo was on hand, generously disguised in liquor, having accomplished tho great feat in riding from San Marcus to San Saba on his bicycle n distance of over 200 miles and finding it necessary to stimulato freely to overcomo fatigue after the exploit. "Kickapoo Dick" lent the occasion his frontier playf ulnebs and humor. Mr. Josh Blunt was present, the truculent but unswerving satellite of Miss Flo' Brooks. Captain Jack Forakcr, conspicuous among the bearded cowboys for his military bearing and complacent curling of his gray mustache, was devoted to Cynthia, but generally observant oi the fair ones, as if he were under tho im prtssion that ho was giving tho ladies a treat. And tho elder Dullas, morbidly alive to tho fact that Foraker was his daughter's escort, had placed tho "Silent Mary" and his violin in his shaky carryall, driven down to San Marcus and put in r.n early appearance on tho scene of action. Stowing tho heavy gooso gun carefully away behind the ballroom door, so that it might bo available in case of emergency, ho entered "Tarrier's hall" with his trusty fiddlo in a greon baize bag beneath his arm and an oyo biliously observant of the festivo scene. Not that he really had any intention of plajing at the fete, but tlrnt, in his nervous unxioty, ho took it along with him from a sense of loneliness nud sympathy, and perhaps, too, from forco of habit. A certain aged violinist, renowned on the frontier for his music- and erratic evolutions upon the floor whilo playing, had already opened tho ball. Tho waltz, toitured by cowboy enthusiasts into something between a cancan and n Dutch "spiel," was exciting the laughter of Edivli Stafford and Henry Bruce. "You seo somo strango stops hero," remarked that gentleman to Judge Natchez, who was present. "At least they striVe mo as strange from their novelty, but I suppose you havo becomo used to them." "Not at all," replied liis honor, smiling tho gentlemun was descended from ' one of tho first families of Virginia "not at all, sir; I havo passed a good 20 years on tho frontier, but thero arc some steps taken hero tonight which I think I can safely say I never expect to get used to." "Ab uno disco omnia," und I say no more about tho grotesque evolutions cut that night by Blipperod and booted feet If Miss Stafford laughed, it was guardedly, for she feared to givo offense, and whenovcr she could sho disguised the cause of her merriment by gluncingat tho tiddler, who collided with tho dancers and moved about tho bullrooin'liko a musical rockot. But at ono timo gravity was out of tho question. It was when Alcides Dallas who had stood aloof in u corner of the room regarding tho proceedings with malevolence and ill favor all at onco selected a largo chair, and placing it gravely in tho center of tho floor seated himself with a deliberation that was unmistakable. Hero ho removed his violin from tho green baizo bag, and without stopping to tnno it entered into hearty and heartbreaking rivalry of tho regular musician. No pen can dvscrlbo tho order of dune-lu- g from that moment. Tho waltzing continued, lutorspersod by frequent and quadrilles, but from tho time that Alcides began to support tho local fiddler tho muse of melody fled tho scene. "Isn't tho floor just lovely?" remarkod Mia Bertha Maverick to Iter escort af ter .an intoxicating whirl in tho effort to keep timo to tho music. 'Yob," returned Mr. Ludolinjfi "tho floor is well enough, but tho orchestra paralyzes ino altogothor, Lot us walk out upon tho gallery and got a chanco to think," , . . .- laa-cera left-han- do-shl- , ... 1 ., tho-part- Apropos of Marion Crawford's rem t ft4.00iH 2.5ft our mnstached butldrs, that thoy 63.50 ftLdiil2-0nnmred him after tho shorn onesnf Kng-- . land, why won't somebody say thut our butler. our American butlers wear 2.25 41.79- mustaches, und wo, when abroad, find 2,i 2.00 jtnuiusing to seo the English butlers n I smooth shaven, nnd wonilor why their masters do not insist that their mouths be covorcd. Will tho time ever come when wo yill dare to bo Amoricane? If you want t fine MESS SHOE, Thero hro great lessons tp bo learned tiylet, don't pay to $8, try my $3,nude In uw Meet er U $3.50, QUEENSWARE. from thq oldor nations of tho world, $5 Shoe. Thjp flj equal to euitotn made sad$4,00 A lol plies. grpat models to bo studied nud wisdom wear m wtjLlf you wish to economize In your feetwetr. .. ... At...,. 4A .....l.no.. f XT PaWRt'u Witch Hnzi'l Salvo rtirefl ui mitiiuw IB yum uiiiu iu jmiMnww nimnna.to bo got from the experience which is do to byjiffcha ulni W, L. Doucrlai SHom, Nsim tM waro nnu uifisswuru, wu imvu n, iuw tho accretion of ceutwrios, concerning prlceMffleed en the boltomj look for It when y bay. nro closing out at lYimientB left, and I1OU0LA8, Broektoa, Matt. ffeUbf , which the taste of ono cultivated comA, It. Fisher, Cloveniort, and Wilt & munity is as good as that of any other. Kfirsale by W. II, Howmer Ac ,Sm, cost. We will muke it to your interest ri lloador, Ilardinsburu. ClftTeramr, K y. New York Times. to call. Tkbbagj'B. ark-abou0 I J1 CHAPTER X. Collecting Cnnceled tnmps. Henry Bruco walked rapidly uwny in What is npimrently moro U8clts than tho mellow light )f tho ilioon. By tl.o bido of u leprous sycamore ho paused to rancelud postage stamps? And yet there light u cigiirr In tho quick, upspringing id a Btoro on Michigan uvenno where light of the, match ho beheld u tnan seat- thej' Recm to bo in demand. Ono of the ed upon the doorstono of Murray's store windows is entirely heaped tip with und dejectedly smoking. Tho spf t moon presentday United States stamps, mostrays beat gently down upon the dejected ly of tho 2 cent denomination. There figure, idealizing his uttitudo. Tho man must bo thousands of them, nnd tho ol was armed, nnd his revolvers glanced in eerver can only wonder what in the tho moonlight. A largo, ruwboncd horso world caii bo their value. They cannot etood gauntly outlined In tho shadow. .possess any puiticulur interest to the Bruco recognized Buck Jerrold and tho stamp collector, for they aro noithei rnro nor valuable. Td tho ordinary pererratic Buckshot "A fiuo night for ii rido." ho said, puff- son tho canceled S cent postago stamp soems a worthless thing indeed. Pricct ing hiscigar. Mr. Jerrold raised his head gloomily. paid for such stamps, however, aro '0 "Well enough for thorn ct cares to cents por 1,000, $1 per 10,000, and $U ride." ho ussented, "but I nln't inno per 100,000. Jinny nn industrious lad 'will probably be moved by this offer (as humor fer Ihrt sort of umusemont." the nppeuranco of tho window indeed "Tastes differ," replied' Bruco pleasantly noting tho other's manner and testifies), and yet tho immenco labor oi sltrowdly divining its causo. "Now, 1 collecting 100,000 stamps can bd appreshould likojiothing better myself." ' ciated. "Why don't yo start in then?" returned Yt during tba Centonninl tampe Jlr. Jerrold. "I'm sure thar's prairio wero bought in tho nuino manner, and enough before yo to mako it un object." thosu who purchased them aro today reaping a ,hjr?msonio profit, for tho -- Simply "because 1 hnvo no horsot postage stamp has increased wonBruco rejoined. "I camo over from tlift derfully iu vulno in n canceled condiranch with tho rest my party in u Vj tion during tlio last few years. As time "Well, ef thei's nil thet stands in yer goes on stumps increaso greatly in value, way," replied tho accommodating Mr. osiiecially stamps issued for ono yeai Jerrold, taking his pipo from his lips, only on n special occasion liko tlio Cen"thnr's Buckshot. Barrin a disposition tennial or fair. To show how valuable to rare und 'buck' now und then.cz yo'vo a stamp may becomo, tlio writer of this seen, he's a ie:irt hoss enough and is nt muy mention tho fact that eight years yer sj'tyh'o. For myself, I'vo got enough ago ho purchased n first issue English to think nbout without ridin into tho envelope stamp in London' for $7.00, and Lurgain." it was at that timo worth a great deal Ho took u from his, belt nnd moro iu this country. Now it has probregarded it absently, cocking nnd un- ably increased btill more. Detroit Free cocking tho weapon with tho finger and Press. thumb of his brawny right hnnd. Tho A Now Thoory of fjlecp. clicking of tho lock sounded ominously Somo discussion has been going on in thojtill night Bruce looked curiously at tho man be- concoruing Ilcrr Itoscnbaum's recently foro availing himself of his offer. Ho proposed theory of sleep namely, that eCtned to havo Bomethingupoii)iis mind. the ttnoeniio condition of tho brain is tine to un oxcoss of water in tho brain cells However, ho untothered BucksUot,and of that llydy. Thowipposition, ns stated, hanging tho long riata from tho saddleIs that si&p is essentially a matter of ' bow sprang into thu saddlo. nervous action, and tho direct caueo is Ho rodo ut a swinging gallop through thought to be hitigno of tho nervo celli the main street of tho littlo'-frontl-er town, tho hoofs of his horso pchoing which communicate with tho heart nnd loudly on .the lovel road. In a row mo- bring nbout some chango iu tho circnln-tipn- . Tho nervo cells nre.thns supposed ments ho had left tho settlement behind to bo full of water when sleep comes on, him nnd was alono upou tho vast, illimand this wuter during sleep passes into itable plain. tho venous blood hs wasto, and tho nerve Tho grateful transition fromho feverish sceno ho had recently quitted to tho cells then reeoivo nourishment from perfect freedom of boundless spac6 fresh artt'rial blood. Then when tho procbrought tp his spirit ivsonsoof rest and ess is entirely ovef tho feleeper awakes. Accoiding to this theory, sleep is not peace. Tho night was so serene, eo calm? so passionless. Everywhere tho dominant solely healthy beoaiiso it resta tho body moou silvered tho landscape with tho and brain, but ulho b,canso it invigorr ates them. It is also to bo inferred distinctness of day. After a long, exhilarating cantor, ho from Kosenbauui's theory that tho nerve checked his panting horso nnd rode back cells und brains of infants who sleep bo upon his tracks. Tho stimulus of physical much must contain moro water than is exercise had'quite dispelled tho feeling of to 1h) fou fid in t ho,:o of adults, nud that irritntion which had driven him out of tbo effect ivcni'ba of brain cells is in ratio to tho wator contents. Now town at this unseemly hour upon horseback. Aside from his oncoun(er in the York Tribune. . sheriff's behalf, which had naturally tot Oil. I Iuitiiriiiioo. acted somewhat upon his nervos, thero Thero la in existence a legitimate were oth6r things which had tended to "jrravcyard" company. It is a company disturb tho equanimity of his tomper. As ho rodo on in tho stillness, un- operating cntiiely umong tho very poor broken save by tho monotonous footfall nnd insures 11 niunugninst pauper burial. The agents of tlio comiMiuy put it iu less of his horbo, his thoughts consjnntly to Cynthia and her behavior with disagreeable terms and offer simply to tho captain. It had annoyed him un- guarantee decent burial. Tho company engages to furnish u deniably, without Ids knowing why. C Bruco did not believe himself to bo in gravo in 11 cemetery nud bco that tho interestcd in Miss Dallas. Having littlo sured is respectfully interred therein. of that vanity which characterizes most If any member of his family dies before men, it had probably nover occurred, to him, he is given a deod to a lot in which he muy bury his dead. him that much of Cynthia's apparent inSome of tie large comptfiiea issue 11 terest in Foraker was prompted by piquo at his own refusal to act as her escort. Ilicy covering losses from defectivo title, defalcations by partner, ngent or Ho wuanwaro that tho quaint, breezy little maiden, who had rescuod him ,bo other employee (or which a firm may bo pluckily from his predicament in tho llublo, damage by eiorin, losses caused by accident to or by steam boilers, enColorado somo months before, interested gines, lifts, steam pipes, automatic sprinhim fTcntly; that ho felt Btrangoly drayn klers or other specified machinery, intoward her whenever ho found hinisqlf cluding all kinds of machinery in use, in hor bocicty, and that, being impelled Boston Qlobo. by u thoroughly masculine impnlso to , .. , favor her with sound udvico nnd bono-faciTo 8tni u Trolley Car Inntantly. counsel, ho was annoyed, to find A Rochester man has devised a plan that sho ignored it by which a trolley Btreet car can bo (TO UK CONTINUED.) stopped almost instantaneously, or within n space of threo feet, whilo tho tar is going nt full speed. His device i operated by 11 lover in tho motonnan's cab. It is, generally speaking a steel shoo, upon which the rear wheels of tho car rido, the under Bide ofwhich is corruChildren Cry for Pitcher's Qastoria. gated so u3 to produce great friction upon tho rails of the track. On tlio top i of tho shoe ii an arrangement which, as Boon as tho wheel risei upon tho ehoe, When Baby waa jlcfc'wo earo her Cfutorl. clampa tho outer rjm of the wheel nnd When tho way Child, sho crlf d forputoil, at tho Biiuio timo grasps tho inner edgo When (ho bjeamo lllss, (ho clunff to'CatorU,- of tho rail. Tho simple weight or tho car ut buuuren, uo garo mpm uaiton. crowds dowu the hop upon tho rail and at the oitmo time chimps togother, as in n viso, tho wheel nnd the rail, nud all this by a single movement on the iart of tho motorman,- - Now York TQlegram. Cen-'tcnni- TriMiiMi -- : (In WTllIne nlenao mention this pnper.) CO., THE OHIO CHEMICALLIMA, OHIO. 01, S3 and 05 Opera Block. Addrebfl all Ordors to I s , :- HARD TIMES OVER GOOD TIMES ARE HERE CHRONIC KICKERS - Will have to admit it if they will visit our store and seo JJlio im-menso stock of Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes marked at tho s reasonahlo .,' , j jfM tEVERY -- DEPARTMENT CHUCKED FULL RTICLE-MARKEDOWN! E VERY It will- pay any ono to come jn, just to seo if they can't buy. Como eorlv'as vou can to avoid tho rush. i ,t. ! D - Low Prices orld's Fair ! IT BEATS THE ' " 3 . ' Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. r . . r " - - - - PourVViltrouTses.aaortlinrhlfin 0f4 ilmlern Ijancunra, - T - . ' - ..- t t 11 em a (I CXab1-nto the FtahsoU of Mutte, Art.lJterntur nth Teathera telmtetl front Die lead in if Collet?, UntTrrsittrt, Art School t soil Consemtotieft l Kleg, c. nrmES. OIKTMEfJT BTMITOMH-MoUtn- rvt lntne lUhtna mnA tlnglnffi muttttntcbtt woroby ertchrnc. Ir c)lwcu ttntlnni tumoM form and protrude, v PILES ITCHING FILES DIRECTORY. outrun-vomer- . SWAYNE'S Convene! at Ilardinaburg second Monday in February, May and Oetober. T. R. McReatb, Judge, Leltchfield, Ky. Weed S. Chelf, Commonwealth's Attorney, AWAVNirHOIATMCNl trr. lng, HttMriMinfliumiim roiinrnriimori7 fopultchlnsntid IIIvIukKhuh.k m Stiirtor. Bcelteeping in tlw northern states is a different tiling from beekeeping at the Bonth, writes n Tciaa correspondent in The American Bee .Youruul. Ho says: Mr. Ilntohinson comes out with nn article on hiving bees on starters, or in empty hives, as tho best method. Well, he is all right for Michigan, but all wrong for Texas. It will not pay to hivo our early swarms on only startcra, or, worce still, empty frames. Our early swarms are of no uso whatever only to perpetu-ut- o the colony und "the means, of our having a booming colony two months later. Wo get no uso of tho bees that compose our early swarms for storing surplus honey. Now, should wo have a swunn just as our harvest begins, tho way they havo it in Michigan, by this method wo may push tho bees right into tlio sections und get n fair yield from tho very bees that compose tho swarm. So I say, givo mo all the nice brood combs I wunt and watch me gain ground on tho beekeeper that hives ids swarms on starters and in empty hives. ' fSettlnsStraivberry plliabethtonn, Ky. V. 0, llabbage, Matter Commlitloner, liar dlnnburg, Ky. F. K. Rhodes, Sheriff, McDanieli, Ky. I Gharlea. Miller, Ilardinaburg, Ky, Diputles W. I. Ramie;, Olorerport, Ky, ( W. S. Cart, Union Star, Ky. R. S. Sklllman, Clerk, HnrdtneburR, Ky. Frank Ueavin. Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. iiunn Diaion, .inner, iiaraintourg, Ky. Tbotnai Adkltson, Judge, Ilardinaburg, Ky. Milton Hoard, Attornxy, Ilardinaburg, Ky. John K. Monarch, Clerk, Ilardinaburg, Kt. Convene! fourth Monday in March, June September nnd December Convenes third Monday tn each month V w, y S COUNTY COUKT aiiiitTKKi.Y couirr. Hariiinbbubu. Courts on Wodneadey succeeding the first Monday in March, June September and Decainbor. Maglatrates, Ben T. Miller and Lum Black. Constable, Lee Wallop. Ilardinaburg City Court. J. B. Buiby, Mayor; Dent Brown, Marshul; V. 0. Bab-hug- e, Attorney. City Court, civil terms, first Monday in Marh, June, September anjl December, Clovkhpobt. Courts Thursday succeeding 'the first Monday In March, June, September and December. Magistrates, Dudley Ham-bletn- n Keenan, Cloverport City Court. Civil terms first Monday In March, Junn, September and December, Mayor, Charles Llghtfvot. Marand Joseph Mullen. Constable, Tbos. MAHIvrUUIAI, niSTRIGTN. I,, Every farm ought to have a good, big strawberry bed. Horo aro somo directions given in a report of the Ohio Horticultural society: "For spring planting select a rich, moist soil exposed to the sun and free from roots and grubs. Mnke it fine, deop nnd mellow. Take up strong, healthy plants of tho previous year's growth, remove dead leaves, shorten the roots to three fnchoa and carry tliem in a puil of wuter, Givo constant nud clean cultivation. Stir tho soil very often. Cut off all thir year's blossoms nnd all runners till July, Then leave two of tho strongest runners to each plant to root und grow. Cover in November nil bare ground ,botween plants with manure, and when winter sets in the wholo is to bo covered with fino manuro, leaving leaves nnd crown. Another plan, popular and excellont, fs to plant in July or August on rich and well prepared ground in rows two feet apart, or threo foot for htfrso cultnro. Keep thu runners off tho first year." -- I'lam. shal, James Ilambleton. MoDanikls. Magistrates, Henry II. Dean, Rook Valet Sam W. Parsons, MoDaniels. Comlabln, Goo. W. Uurton. Ruth. Courts nt Rock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Monday in March, June, September and December, and at MoDaniels Tuesdays after the.aeo-on- d Monday in laid months. IIodsonvillk. Magistrates, Oeo, Ilarned; Cutter i Henry 0. Dr.ne, Hudson. Constable John Nevltt, Constantino, Courts at Hudson-vill- o on Wednesday succeeding the second Monday in Marob, June, September and December, and at Crater on Thursday following the same months, Buvvlkwillk. Magistrates, Riley Dowelt, Irvingtnn ; 0. 0, Martin, Big Spring. Constable, John 1'ileit. Courts at Bewleyvillo on Friday succeeding the seoond Monday in March, June, September and December, and at Webstor on Saturday. UmoN Stab. Maglatrates, James J, Severs, UnfonStar; John W, Jarrett, Stephensport.' Constable, Jabcs. Hayoes, Courts at Union Star on Wednesdaysucceeding the third Moa; day in March, June, September and December, and at Stephemport on Thursday, At Hardtnsburg on Tuetday Monday In April and October. I FfNCAI, COIJHT. after the first xi ( W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE nowt'Wp. a Do you wear them7 When next In need try pair. i i Whf Nott ii' Beet In the world. JUM?! dkWJiJL:!! m Ml m ' O ..r ."T"ys ,v ."-- " TME BRKOKRNmDGH NRWS, GLOYKRPOM, ...aim ywrasBf K.Y. gU5tnes M. Lewis, Contractors Builder. l- - ' aaftstimulcs OtOVERPORT, KY. furnishd on applieali. ). Sulzer's forbJola and shoos. Clonks for cnuldron Suluor's. Boys, don't oot thoso bargain Boota at Sulror's. a"Fho health of this town Is good, so say v , the doctors. Sweet applo cidV just from tho prcBS Cnbbflgo for Kawit, Sulzer's, Old time cltroihytor preserves. Sulzer's You can get nVioo for a Utile mouoy at Sulzer's. 1 r ft i v nit William Hinsoy took his child to Loulsvlllo yestorday to havo its eyes , treated. lW shoo dressing mado Seal Oil is the for ladles' flno shYcs. Try a bottlo. v- 03 Sulzer's. Mrs. Dr. J. T. Owen is able to bo out again after several weeks suffering with 0PEN AT 7, CLOSE AT 7 . rheumatism. SATURDAYS AT II P. M The biggest assortment of ladles' cloth suitings in tho cit in all colors and styles. Sulzer's. J. J. Tilford, tho popular conductoron CANDIDATES TOR THE STATE the L.. II. & W has moved his famil; SENATE AND COUNTY OFFICES from Rosine to Fordsvillo. SPEAK AT OLENDEANE. Littlo Johnnie Hoskins was kicked ty a mule at Glendeano Friday. Tho lit! fellow had a very narrow escape rshorifT Rhodes Says Ho Is Respon A Small Crowd in Attendance And Clayton Crosson, who was better tho Little Enthusiasm. sible For, it And No Ono Else. first of last week, has suffered a relapse and is now worso than ho was before. Tho candidates for the State Senate llARDiNsnuita, Ky., Oct. 20, 1893. Ed O. S. Green, proprietor of Green's and the county offices spoke at Glen-dean- e Dkar Sin. ITOU BnECKENltlDQK Nkws. European hotel, Owensboro, has made last Friday to asmall crowd. The F.'N. an assignment. Liabilities about $4,500. By way of explanation I would like to county candidates hadn't much to say Btock. say a fow words about tho appointB sslo Mays is visiting her parMiss Don't let your children ruin thoir eyes It will bo a miracle If this town passes moro than to announco themsolves and ment of Thos. TWroe as deputy BherlfT fell a fow jokes on each ents at Wtbster. trying to read by aluad light get one of through tho winter without a disastrous other. Tho Cloverport District. I, havo refeo and get a p&r of those bargain those new lamps a Sulzer's and savo fire Better provide soino kind of pro- In tho Senatorial speakers Blanford, Gross and cently understood that Wroe'o appointshoes at Sulzer'B. tection. Lcnnin discussed the tariff, statu politics their eyes. ment has been charged to Gen. A. J. brick boiler Oelzo & Bro. have built a Examine your flues and see that thoy and touchod each other up on their reMisses Nclllo and Mary Henderson, of Gross. That Gen. Gross mado tho apare safe and in cdod condition. One de Irvington, who have been visiting their house to thoir mill. in all candor to tho cords. It was all said In a pleasant way pointment. Fow Born, Oct., 23rd, to' tho wife of Joo fective fluo might ruin this town in a Bister, Mrs. E. S. Foote, Owensboro, y citizens of tho Cloverport District and in and nothing was broached of a personal few hours time. or sensational nature. Mr. Lennln the homo Friday. Cull6y? a flno 12 pound boy. justice to Gen. Gross and in fairness to "Hal" Murray came homo last week kraVl, mince meat and New pickles, Our Juvenilo Vdy'partment is ablaze myself and all who may bo concerned I People's party candidate seems to havo from his tour of tho turf. "Hal" has with fall and wintW clothing for tho risit in for both the old parties and moro pigs feet at 0. II. KiftHel & Co's. wish to make this statement, I on three r especially tho Republican party with had charge of O. W. Moorman's stable of ing generation. BAngyour boyslh wo different occasions visited tho city of Don't forget toMtop in and order a goers during tho season. can suit them Suzar'j. Cloverport to look ajtcr the intorest of which ho ainniatcd for moro than sack of White FroBnour. Sulzer's twenty-fiv- e Amos Board went to Hawesville and years. Ho said awjioon aa Ladies Klui velvet hand satchol tho sliiirs ofllco, and to find out what Lost Tho Falcon coal mines were burned Brandenbnrg last Thursday to fUc tho of tho dis- ho got his oyes opened and began to out last week. Loss $300, no insurance. certificates of nominations for StaW Sen- containing moneWand due bills. Tho wero tho wishes of the peoplo into the workings of that party ho finder will pleasAroturn Bamo to F. trict in regard as to who they desired to found to bo ono of the most abominaIf you don't sceWln our fancy grocery ator with tho county clorks. it Mrs. J. 15. Neador. do their business as deputy sheriff. After corrupt organizations in tho Mesdames Amel Oelze, R. E. Moor- Fraize. show case ask forrtt wo have it Sulpe"oplo to select n ble and Over two bigVbo'xes of Fleishman's separately asking tbo Miss Jennio War-fiel- d zer's. man, F. Fraizo and world. He bocsn't minco his words in man of fleir cholco and recommend him went to Holt yesterday to spend tho yeast cakes sold ltat Friday. This week dealing witV the G. 0. P. It was tho Dr. S. J. Ilarris, of Thilpot, passed up him. we wjll doublo Alio dose come right to mo and I would appoint Louis-AvillJfrst meeting of those gentlnmon and day with Mrs. Virgil Hardin. on tho train Friday en route to Tho answer to" my suggestion was along good peoplrf wo will keep tho sup of them know what the other Why jump yo so yo littllo chaps, universal that I was tho man to neither nearly ply up. Sulzer And whereforo do Vo skip? was going to Bay or where thoy would lahj to refit if so wo Have you a make tho appointment, and thoy would sell Is itbecauso Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bergenroth and land. Tho fur will fly tho' before thoy havo alllfinds of figures for old lamps. bo satisfied with it. I did ask Gen. wYll not rip? Miss Mamie Logan, of Troy, wero tho You panto that mako many speeches and somo lively Sulzer's. Gross as to making tho appointment, Our cloak saloldsl week was big this guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Logan on aboVI hard times goods many of tho citizens, times may be expected. They ought to just as I had asked Don't croak something to stir up things for thero week we intend to doublo it tho largest last Saturday and Sunday. and Gen. Gross gavo mo tins answer Jo , never were so chcaprSas they are now. city to Jsolect from makes stock in the of Glendeano say thoir after having asked mo who wanted tho is less interest manifested among the The merchants Sulzer's. it easy to pleaso your taste and fit you business is good, dno of thorn told the positions "That thoy weio all good men people than w o over saw In nn election Irish potatoes are selling at 40 cents a Sulzer's. everywhere should News that his last weeks sales run from and each of thorn was his friend, that he before. DomocraU k bushel out at Glendeano and turnips at TheiRov. M. M. Benton of tho epis- $100 to $300 a day cash besides tho pro- would bo satisfied with either of them wako up and got tho vote out or some- 10 to 15 cents. copal church, will hold services in the thing will drop that thoy won't like to taken In exchange for goods. and that I was sheriff of tho county and Onondaga crcsW succotash If you Presbyterian church building tho fourth duce hear when tho election comes off. Tho make tho appointment." Children's fancy caps boys' Etons to don't know what iYis, ask Chas. Fallon Sunday In this month, the 29th. All county democratic rfeket is all right if every Now as sheriff of fyeckenridgp and Tarn O'ShantAi still continue to go about It. Sulzer'a c are cordially invited. of Thos. Wroe. democrat does his duty and goes to the cakes. If that boy of yours I mado tiie appointment Mesdames Wm. Vest, G. W. Short, like hot polls. There Is no disaffection but thero Citv Democrats should read tho state iAhls week and get a I arn.responsiblo for tho apnointmont of is a lack of enthusiasm and interest ment of tho Democratic Committeo pub- O, P. Babbage, R. E. Moorman and Mar- needs one, drop and It is with all duo respect Mr. Wroe especially among Democrats. tin Whitford spent a delightful day last pick of 'the lot bfor they are all gone lished elsowhero in this issue. to tlio other applicant that I make this Wednesday with Mrs. W. D. Holt at her Sulzer a. Miss Jennie Warficld has returned believed at tho time I mado statement.'! lovely homo in tho bottom. Vest & Son's aro just completing a home after an absenco of several weeks appointment that either of tho othor MISS SAiLIE MATTHEWS DEAD. in their new build- the If it Is a goodsult jl clothes you need, handsomo stair-wa- y Louisville and tho World's Fair. at wero well qualified to make and as gontlemen to matter what your and fit J. C. Solomon, tho burner at Tatton's we canmayyou sWrt lean fat or nny ing. It is of oak work walnut vMl see a good sheriff and were all high toned She Dies at the St. Joseph Inflrm-or- y bo as you handsome a piece of brick yard, returned to his homo at Now shape gentlemen, but I could only appoint ono other shape our fcrgo stock of tho most any where. Jas. M. Xwl8 and tlr rlan-in- g and I hope tho citizens of the Cloverport With Hor Old Troublo yesfeaday. Cumberland, West Virginia mill aro the makers. Weatherholt and her two select goods anditylfs makes it easy consideration Mrs. Geo. Heart Disease. District will give mo a fair littlo daughters, who havo been sick for Sulzer's. Tho City Council at ita last meeting as I havo endeavored to givo them. enough ties, staves and lumThoro aro Respectfully, two weeks with fover, aro now convalreduced the saloon Hcenso from $400 I Miss Sallio Matthows who is well and ber on the Hardinsburg branch awaiting escent, F. K. Rhodes, S. B. O. every other town In tho i . orably known In this city whoro sho road busy for six to $300. Wliilo Charlio Furrow calico found at Joo shipment to keep that is raising tho license ours is loweras bom anu nvcu ior many yeare, muu is plenty of stuff to state Reid'a barber shop evfay Saturday. He months. Thoro DE. COTTEELI AT CHICAGO. advancing tho rate on It St. Joseph's Infirmary, Louisville, last only open up bo It ing them and i(isold patrons call move If times would will bo realty and personal. Monday at 5 o'clock p. m. of heart dis t on him. glad to have could bo moved. He Astonishes a Big New York Divease. This will be sad uows to Miss P, Beverly, foreman for Mr. seasons Mr. John Our novelties In utfs aro tuo ine and Attracts the Attention Ed Focte, of Owensboro, was up at his Matthows' many friends in this city. ect colors and charm- - Pace, who has routed tho Pierce tobacco old homo near Beweleyvillo last week newest weaves, coi of the Chicago Papers. Miss Sallio waa a bright, Intelligent find warehouse, moved his family hero last hat .you cannot hunting and having a good tirao among ing combinations able fabrics, high week. Ho occupies Mrs. Temple's cotRev. Joseph B. Cottroll, D. D., of this young woman. A thorough business stock in fast in our - old friends. Is gen ally not worth look- - tage out in Eastland. Mr. Beverly can State, ono of tho leading divines of tho woman. Sho was for a long tlmo tho Mrs. Jennio Collins and baby, who or low cost, bo found at his office In tho warehouse, Southern Methodist church, and a man chief clerk for tho Cincinnati Cooperago in Cloverpprt. Sulzer's. ing for has boon visiting relatives here for sev-'erThe following party go to bvansviuo, where ho Is ready to talk to farmers of raro gifts, was a dolegato to tho Evan Company in this city, whlchposltion she weeks, returned to her homo at gelical Alliance Congress at Chicago, and filled with honor nnd credit to herself Ind., next Friday to attend tho 23tl about their tobacco. Saturday, a great deal til attention from and company. Sho was In her thirty-thir- d Anniversa'ry of tho A. O. U. W. which Tho now Bchool building just complet- attracted Dick Beavin's littlo daughter foil from year. Her remains wero put away city. Thos. McCool and ed at Glendeano is a handsomo oho and Chicago papers and from tho othor deletho top of his steps a distansoof fifteen meets in that originality of In Cavo Hill cemetery yestorday in tho gates by tho boldness and wife. J. A. Boyd and wife, William an honor to that town' and community. feet to tho ground. Sho was badly hurt Hollieus and wife and Henry Lewis. utterances. Ho had quito a tilt with presenco of her mother and fathor Mr. Is two stories and cost $1,500. Tho his seriously. but not Willis Green was a nasseiiKor on tho It Anthony Comstock, the renowned moral and Mrs. E. A. Baldwin and a few lower rooms nro ussd for tho graded school Caleb Hawkins brought to town last d which the Ken friends. ThoNowa extends ita sympa train for Louisville last aro open to tho censor, of Now York, in Saturday the largest mushroon of tho not in a eood humor. while tho upper ones Willis was tucky preacher camo off moro than vic- thy to tho bereaved parents. d public for meetings of various kinds. It season, it weigneu o pouuuu nuu mcua-urepropoHo had walked over to tho Junction to subscriptions from tor. Tho dobato occurred over a 40 Inches round. fivo min- was built by private catch tho pay car and was just sition from ConiBtock concerning tho obTOBINSPORT. tho citizens and It Is tho best Investment Mrs. Lizzie Burnett, after a pleasant utes late. 1 . ligations that rest on tho clergy in tho visit to'ber sisters, Mrs. M. Walter and . .11 f!l-- l. pWular goods sold at thoy over mado. Realizing that matter of suppressing vice. Comstock I JJir. MHClieil 1.. 1. 'O JlUJO ...!L mo l.vnt but mm !.! uvV Mrs. J. T. Goff, returned to her lwme at popular prices makWthe road to business personal work, by tho preach- lias not yet mado any offer. advocated St. Louis, Mo., last week. World' a Fair Visitors success. Wo haveagain set tho country ers, whilo Dr. Cottrcll held to his orthoPayne & Smith, tho now firm at talking about tho Wonderful bargains to Rev. Edonboro will preach at tho F. J. Ferry. dox views as to tho duties of ministers. Thoy Harned, are doing a nlco business. Methodist church n xt Sunday. Naco Lewis. bo had in ladies sacques, capes, jackets, Tho discuBston was intensely interesting, kcop a general line of merchandise and cloaks and ladles, fancy dress goods s. Kov. R. T. Bruner preached at tho Ileman Allen. but tho unlquo plcturesqueness of tho buy staves, heading and ties. Will Rayborn. Corncrackor preacher and his wondorful JBaptist church tho third Sunday. Rev. W. J. Williams, pastor of tho ' Cahel Beverly. A preliminary mcctipg was hold In the 0. P. Polk left Monday for a trip fluency and polish as a speaker astonishv Baptist church in this city, is attending lecture room of tho Baptist church latt A. A. Lallelst. tho assemblage and effectually sub- through Breckonrldgo and Meado couned the General Association of Baptists, night for the purpose of organizing a Geo. O. Tatton. dued tho pompous man fiom New York. ties. which Is in session this week at Lobanon. Lyseum. Tho meeting atljournea to Miss Katie Boyd. Louisville Critic. Al Ryan, jr., wont to Loulsvlllo Sun' ;." Tho Leavenworth Democrat Is a newsy meet next Tuesday night, when a perMiss Maud Willis. x day to work for Sperry and Bowen inj and Teacher's Association snappy paper, Mrs, Q. P, Napper. manent organization will bo raado. Tho tho applo trade. something you don't usually find Pursuant to'n call in tho Cloverport Miss Judith Miller. town aro especially Inyoung men of the Dock Payno and wife, 0. P. Polk and an Indiana town tho size of Leaven- vited to bo present. tho following teachers met at in District, Mrs. II. V. Duncan. 'our popular trustee, Geo. Polk went to worth. this placo lost Saturday : Mrs. O. E. Lightfoot. Charlio Mook Is doing a good business "Wo aim to bo tuc best and cheapest Misses Lulla "Whcatly, Sallio Perkins, Cannelton Saturday. Mrs. Anna Nowsora, I tho Branch. Ho soils every meron cloak house in this Vction of tho coun- chant from West Point to Fordsville. Itosa Allen, Mary Moorman, Anna Italtt, "Tater Diggln" is hero in full blast S. McGnvock. Gordon try and wo aro if wu Lave not seen Charlie says ho will reach his $75,000 Messrs. Clint Basham, Samuel Tucker, nnd 0 thorn backs. Porous plasters will F. N. D'Uuy and wife. Vn in demand. The crop Is light, but nnr ilnaks vou aruTnflt posted In our Jphn Dlythe and J. 11. Logan, E. H. Zirckcl and wife. point this year without any trouble and bargains. Sulzer's.'' Prof. Owen Cunningham, of Stephens-port- , prices fair. E. B. Oglesby and wlfo. this Is as eood as any of tho boys on tho was present and took part In the Jimmy Skillman made the run to Hen- - road will do. Charlio is alnistler in dry Geo, W. Jordan and wlfo. Wheat is about all sowod and tho land derson one day last week on his bicycle goods. exercises. A fow pupils from tho public Rovi 8. G. Shelly and wlfo. Pannjwas hover in a better condition. e minutes. schools and many other visitors wore in elglit hours and thirty-fivA. M. McGrackon, Louisville. Mothers ol bovsVl find our Juvenile seem to bo sowing as much as iers hero present. The last heard of him ho was taking a department fairly ulglng with good M. O. TJeJernett, Hardinsburg. over notwithstanding thp very low prlco. Mr. Logan called tho institute to order Jauut down to TJnlontown. Toblnsport, Ind. Thos. Hawkins, tbineafor the chll fall weather the Mr. Chas. Rhodes, of Chicago, has rewero led by tobacco market was a Uay of making clotl and devotional exercises at homo has gone The Louisville Judge John Allen Murray and wlfo. homo after a visit to his father's little off In prices last week. Very littlo never to return, No olty after novelty Miss Lllllo Francis Coopor, Hardlns Hov. .Burgess, after which the Institute turned oys doming anu A we now display U proceoded with tho tnoar tho Falls of Rough, and friends At been shipped. waa organized and of the new crop has cans which makesnil ttomptsai uome burg Ithls placo. Charles Is looking, well and sale of three hbds. of dark tobacco is niudo utterly useless.' Wise Magglo and Salllo Hawes, Yol regular prdgram. Tho discussions wore ulzers. Burloys' are from all wont says ho is doing welh animated and to thepolnt; and quoted at $0 to $0:40 Mm lilflnil. wlfo of J. H. Bland, died vlngton. Mr. Editor, your correspondent lor away feeling thrt tho day liad uoea plea50 to $1 lower than last weeks prlcee. at her homo near Jolly's SUitlou last Sho died of cancer this place haa not shown up for two or santly and notably spent. The demand Is only for immediate uso 8turday morning Ono word describes. It "perfection. from which sho hod been thrco weeks, but will try to do hotter dealers only buying Just what they need of the stomach more than eight mouths Wo refer to ToWitt's Witch Hazel i .. .... continued strin- suffering for a good christian woman Salve, cures obetlnaj sores, bums, skin Needing tonlo, orXivniBs.ibm wm duuoibs thereafter. Us farmer boys you know from day today. The children Mrs. Bland waa elk known cure for up.ihoul UM 7 money market Is given as and a consistant member of the church. Ulewee ami w 'can't drop our work any tlmo and take gency in the l 1HUN piles. A. It. 1 tJ Cloverport, and tmii BROWN'Suke,qur HuarU.iM. J pliimio lih eause fo? the quite tone of the ma- Sho was loved by all who knew her. Witt&Meador, tho editorial chair. ngburg. fine waa In her seventieth year. rket, E. J, Seaton, of Glendeano, went to Satnplo Saturday. Hon. It. R. Pierce is scrlourly 111 s homo in this city. . Fresh oysters sowed in nny stylo at yrfoom 47 Trust Building, O. H. Reidel & CoS hr LOUISVILLE, KY. "Buck" Burns, of Henderson, was in tho city several dayB this week. Mrs. Virginia Duncan, of Holt, from Owensboro Saturday. Four S. L. VvWndotto chickens for HARCHNSBURa DISTRICT. sale at B. A. ParUfXCHfton Mills, Ky. buiinett cntrutteil to my hAniH Riven Ufc-A- Tl A general select uno of tho most tooth-sotn- o Notea and acnrmutS and carelul attention. count collected and prompt return! made, bend eatables rccMycd every day. Sulmeyour bualneis. zer's. It Is useless to spend money on any News. kind of flro protection excopt wator works. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1893. Mrs. J. W. Williams, of Lowisport, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe LOPAL BEEVITIE8. Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Harris wero tho Pickled Wvfeet-Suke- r's. guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ditzenbach Mr. Joo lVwer is quilo sick. last week. Itollcd oatfcvena. Sulzer's. Mrs. John Swihart, from bolow. Now breakfast food. Sulzer'B. visited her brother, Mr. J. T. GofF last week. Red peper for pickles. Sudor's. -Mr. and Mrs, W. II. Mullen and Has the wattJr works question died daughter, Delia, aro visiting relatives in out? Leitchfield this week. - 'Fresh canned Vods of all klnds.- - -- SulMrs. W. D. Holt and her daughter, zer's. Miss Rose, returned from a visit to ' Mib. A. J. Gross was in the city yesterfriends in Owensboro Saturday. day.' Mrs. Carrio Wllkorson, who has been Doughnuts evejv Saturday at tho City visiting relatives in Cupid, Ky.,-- for tho Bakery. past month, returned homo Monday. Sir. Geo. Gregory is up and going Wathen's big sale of stock and farming implements comes ofl next Thursday, around. Ira Dollaven, who has been sick, is Oct. 20th, at their farm near Irvington. B. A. Parks will sbll 7 brown Leghorn improving. roosters for 75c caoii If taken soon. Aro F. C. Ferry ami wife are boarding at " slightly frosted u alright for brood D'Huy's. atnicdelACo'aN Bobert E. Woods, ATTORNEY AT LAW, at-hl- LEE BISHOP, (DOlSLB'TABLxEX Breckenridge Fresh oystors ihXulk and cans at the City Bakery. If you want ptrJ fresh caudles, call at tho City Bakery. Miss Tie Moorman returned from Glendeano Saturday. Miss Brook Stephons is tho guest of Miss Lizzio Sklllninn. Clarcnco Keith has moved into his new house on sixth street. Still they comonoro now drcea goods " to day see it to Miss Pearl Wimp, of Owensboro, is visiting relatives at Brandenburg. B. A. Parka wliKill two or thrco pairs of S. O, B. Lcghonjiirvheap If taken soon. Mr. and Mrs. Baum, of Jolly's Station, are visiting her son, Mr. Leo Vandor-grlf- f. 'S WE WANT From anybody, unless we give full value, in return, , I ' ' MiEY Q THE C1IWUR DOft IT Nino-tenth- ! r a O m r-- 1 ( We mean ho makes tho - clothcBVfit? s of tho looks of a suit of "' w When you buy'" our Clothing for Man on Boy you 0 h W H H F w - clothes is in tho cutting . ' V UJ M Haw-esvill- e, pay only for the goods ; nothing more.' We have made special "hard time" prices for the present. Men's, Boys' and Children's Suitsf Overcoats and Pants, all sizes, all I prices. WROE'S APPOINT MENT. t 1 B t o CD fe Have A Good One Ono who knows how to cut. Ho makes1'1 Y' I H tho clothes fit and look well. Our Iclne of (Jood$ great in price. pleasing for Great Thero aro ! P In extent, style and quality, but not' many points about jt ; tho most tho' yoa is the price. ' He Visits Cloverport Every Friday i V And will bo found at our store, Como ' and Beo him this week. r W-turn- Cloaks, Capes and Shawls ' -f o. i ' Sul's Combined with style, pi ice and quality, is the cause of our Garments meel ing with such universal favor" Will receiye this week a new lot of Ladies' Capes'."' ot Weinvite all to' come find ii see. !l Iff. g 'Tis sweet to love; but, oh, how bitter ! , ! To love a girl whose CLOAK don't fit her.. al B. F. J. 0. BOURNE, BEARD & CO. HARDINSBURG-- , KY. J. M. HARPER, DANIEL BROOKS Irv-ingt- east-boun- Fri-iln- v. BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. 'BOURBON STOCK YARDS l LOUISVILLE, KY. Sul-zor'- Uf! a,fflN-yi- It .afK-jOT- MANHOOD RESTORED! Memory, Loes )f lirala to euro all norfous dlMiM.lucti a. Weak tr overexertion, youthful trron, eiretlro uool tobacco, opluiic. rrledln which lcadtolndrmlty.Comumptlon or liuanltr. Can lo oritlm-nfan- uwer, lleadacbo.Wakelulnois, Loit Manhood, Nljjbtly Kmlitlona, ' poworlnQeneratlTsOritani of elllier ai canted toS' ati nafhnr.afiirm. hv mall nranalil. wltuaBa t rder a tho ntney. Bo!J brail raeiltti. AnkforlUtaiononthor Write for free Medical Hook ant taealni "iiuuKaAau aria' uiouu. In Dlatn wrapper. AddretaNUUVJinKJiu uu.Miomoimpiu,vmuiuu. ForialeloC10Terport,Kr.,br A. It. nSUKlt.ondbT 0. C MAUT1N. Drugglm. . m.v.1 well-printe- d woll-edlte- d, mr it'e omx at A f BEHI ND TIME. family could afford, and ylnn tho purchaso of a clock was almost as sorious a matter as tho purchaso of Thoro isn't any-- , a h6uso is now. thing Yory formidable about tho purchaso of a clock or a watch in theso days. The astonishing thing now ib ' thoir about cheapness, variety and oxcellenco. Thero is Don't bo behind time. not tho least oxcubo for anytning of tho kind, when you can buy a watch or clock for a trifle You will bo surprised at our low prices on watches and clockB. Wo also havo a nice lino of jowelry,1 silvorwaro, spectacles, musical in-- : strumenta ot very reasonable prices' timo-kcepors UrM. oym fault if you aro bo- - dono. hinfTtimo Thoro waa a timo when jpno watch waa about all a whol Repairs promptly and ''neatly '' F. N. D'HTTY, ;" CLOVERPORT, '. KY, O o "r.j?' 't ME Breckenridge News. Wednesday, WOMAN r 'i".? BREOKRNRIDGH NE1WS, QliOVEXRPOKLT, KENTllCKIANS ABOUT THE SAY " BlY. GCTdBER is93. mil RAGE. ,,,- Illustrations' ofiTntemt Increasing 'at a Compound Sate. HOW MONEY QROWS. WHAT ELBCTWdlSE Ten Thousand Tongues will Tell you thnt no other House EvcrDIdj Ever Will or Ever Cnn Sell tlie Same Perfect Goods for the Same Low ' Prices ns Klcinlinns & Sinionsoii Sell Them. Louisville. My confidence in tho Electroose OP ITS- grows stronger the more I scb it. In rending "Woman Suflrajro" in last Key- - W. W". Evans, Carrolton. issue of the News, from tho pen of. our . I look upon the Electropoise as tho Ixxliburg correspondent, I fnd many means God lias given us to euro diseases truths, and while I endorso most of tiio in accordance with nature's laws. argument, I must kindly take issue' and Miss Susan Edge, Lexington R to tho dofonco of our fathers, huscoino TO BE G1VRN Nothing has ever helped me sd touch. Wq Btand ready with cosh to Ddrlng our phcnbmenally sucbands and brothers to a cortain oxtent. WT. Matheny, cessful said this season wo cleared tako ndontogo of overy oppor I can not and do not think they oppose Do not hesitate to recommend the tunlty offered in the markets of woman suffrago on the ground of our out our old stock and havo. nothWc share our profit wth our customers every year. This year vc havfc hait mJ for u a. ing to show but FlNP NEW inferiority or because they wish to be Electropoise. W. G. Grnhaui, Lexington tho world to buy nt ltss than cost nmnlitrof Yale kefstQKivc to our ftlttomert, and a heavy plate glau and tteet money box. In d GOODS, bought for this season. "boss" for "poor of manufacture, aud, fn combinawomen work. I am astonished at its ttili money box we shall place $25 IN (10I.D every Thursday morning. Among'thc keya given and children to stand around" as nn Wo hnvo tho biggest storoouth of tion with our branches nnd con Henry Gilbert Lexington. out eack week, will be one that will unlocMlie box nnd secure the tS for" the person holding Oio No my- - friend, their cli'val-rou- s audience. key. Wl(h every purchase In every department, the customer receives one of these keys and the tho Ohio River, the biggest stock, nections in Buffalo, Cleveland, Tho Electropoiso will cure tnahy cases natures, with warm" southern feelDetroit and other cities, liandlo the biggest assortment ami the one whose key opens the box will tnke out the contents us a free gift, Kvery holder of n ke.y may of disease where nothing else will. It Prides always try It n the lock of the box on each Wednesday between the hours of 8 a. in. and 7 p. in. ings thai women1 must bo an example, of best made goods. such enormous quantities of goods has worked like a charm in my family. Country cosfomers may send their keys by mall and we will try tliom for them all that is uplifting and refining, revolt 25 to 40 per bent, lower than any tliat no other house in the Southand send the $25 to them it their key unlocks the box. Send for Catalogue and Itcv. Ged. II. Means, Covington. nt the idea of her being thrown in conwest cnn sell so low. other house. , order by mail. Charles Arnold, of Bardstown, got tho first $25. It is certainly il wonderful instrument, tact with tho common populaco, tho rab-biand it is mora wonderful how it does its if you please, of a voting precinct. work, yet it docs It. T ,li O. Brinloy. IIo only associates her with sufhirage in (The veteran plow manufacturer of this light. Now right here, with all duo WARM the South), Louisville. deference to man's regard for woniau, Homespun Suits, vcr.y nent Beautifully fitting- Meltons, in Tho'Elettropolso has Wen such n uso-fOur stock of Clothing for Children arid Boys is the Largest and Loveliest former prices $12 to $U; our prict will say that the ideal ballot, is a pure every desirable color, Black Cjiev-lo'thing about-thhouse that we can and Prices the Lowest on tho Continent intelligent ballot, and as man must adnow $H to Sl-- ; bur former prices $12 not 'do without it. FranlrF. Waller. Our Great COMBINATION SUITS for the llftlo felmit, woman is both pure and intelligent. Wohited Suits, mado in hand prlrunow Lawrenceburg, formerly Now CastW tM& lows ate tho talk of the State. They aro matchlessly .Can ho deny her tho right ? Who Bays some styles ; former prices $15 to The King of Kerseys, excelently inado of perfect material, with double seats and knees Several of my acquaintances have dov she shall not voto 7 Who excludes her ? $10. our prico now $12 dnd scams, aud an extra pair of Pants and a hat go well made; former prices $15 to $10; of tho rived much benefit from tbo use with every Suit. Tho brst'values for"$5 mothers ever Who gavo Mr. man the right to control ' : $12 Dark Double and Twist Citssi one pried ndW jt Electronolsd. saw or dreamed of. her fcollngs, desires and tastes on tho mere: former orices 918 to $20 : out Gracefully,, made Kersey OverJ. Guthrie" Cokey liussellville? price now ., $16 subject? For my part I nover have had mTdJ tfxtra length ; coats, both regtilnr The 'pbisb'liW ciiretl mo'of kidney1 and Shpes (or tho family at less SAVE Sawyer's COME Cassimere, and nover expect to have tho least duformer prices $18 to $20; our price than you pay nt other stores. liver trouble. Hats for J. P. Sn age, former prices $20 to $22; our prict MONEY and el ro to voto, and tho majority of my sex Ken, Boys and Children nt the lowest $15 pow 511 E. Gray street, Louisville,, $18 iow By buying display of Furnishnro with me. But I object to tho reprices on earth. Our English "Tho popular over The Electropoiso" has .been n great nv Imported Cassimere; nt the nt thb ings, Gloves nnd Umbrellas unsurpassed. God made woman from tho strictions. Kt'rsey', former priccs"20' to .$22 ; to sun ; our prict lormer prices 5 lief to me. BSTSejid for illustrated catalogue. MAMMOTH. MAMMOTH. rib of man's side, proving she was his now $18 $2(i our price now Bev. T. B. Miller, Russell villq. equal. Then let her stand ou thosamo Tho Electropoise has proved n great platform, and if sho wishes to vote, let boon to me. E. Crocket, Christlnnburg. her do so and if sho doesn't voto as inNew Fall Catalogue Now Ready. Filled Promptly. I would rather liavo on Electropoise' Mail telligently as most men I have no words than Hot Springs foi Rheumatism. j strong enough to condemn. If sho A. K. Marshall, North Fork. & Go. should bo influenced by "boodle" or if It is small hut yre'at. M m M M K. m elie should fail to support the nominee T. A. Dowdeu, Franklintown. LOUISVILLE, KY. MAUKliT ST., BCT. 4th & 5th. of her party, I would raiso my voice for There is wonderful good in it. having her voting privileges cancelled. it. J. S. Oallnway, Smitbfield. ' ' 1 never will admit that uoinnn is down Tho wonder-workingem. trodden, I simply advocato tho largest ' Rev. 'W. F. Wyaltj Morning Viow. liberty for her. I only think she should ' I Bpea'k advisedly against tho forco bill. ' Opposition to the about tho wonder RATES: Ai to the Minority. follow hor inclinations as man follows v5;W aJtsfSSkte.- 2.a e. PER DAY. working of the Eldctropoiso as I have Mrs. B. 0. Rhesr, "We obs-rwith surprise" that a great. force bill was not more necessary or dejHtMgMtSSw.. his. Let the doors of all useful, ssqr of Milford, NelXsjysBhuaufl'ered greatly practiced riiedlcino many years. many southern Democratic newspapers sirable than is opposition to a scheme sfssssBli11it?lSSS!r positions bo open to her. Con-1 which has for its object the total destrucRefr. D. H. Marimon, Pittsburgh, Ky. are eschewing the foolish attacks which tact with tho world makes her bold? from a complication of diseases of female tion of silver in this country as a ritoney nnd Hvcynra kidney troubles' thcfgoldbug and BeBilitans noWsnipers t 1 J VSF"Wk Not if she is pure in heart and purpose. weakness Df9M AjNfl FTllfH 9 M lS If you wjll scndyourjiame or that of of thd nortirnre trinklng on the ntMtudo Atantlarxl. If the forco bill hud become a was fuj restored by using surround her? Yes! at homo Her health some invalid ..friend w- will send you 6f tho minority in the sonatd. The fol- jaw, the public sentiment of the south Dr. Halo's Houselifiluren.the most d or abroad, but "Lady" can bo written op would hao immediately found a wnv to most eOmivoVicdicinu known. copies of letters from the nbove parties lowing, from a' triple-leade- d editorial every feature, every word, oery motion? render it inoperative, ' but if tho banks o '25c. aud 60c. per packiWo at Short &t and fronwhundreds of othors; 'people you Memphis All men bow down and worship purity knowJSpim overy section of'1 this and and eastern Shylocks carry ont their '- Haynes' drugstore s a fair specimen: ' and charity. Let her possess them and qtho'States 4i'stifying "hi Wio curative! TtiU Is an Intolerable cnmlitiiin. Jvliei neonle schpmo to revive tliOjaqt pf 1873thero is bIic can vote, walk any avenuo in life, powers of thd Electropoise. A ' Town and Country In Politics. ftixe not willing thus to boilismlssed 'With colli no way by which public sentiment can and all true, good men will Bhield und Ky. aR ndressiDuBOI8 & WEBB,' Louisville potatoes from the door of the aenate. Tliey re- - lender it inoperative unlil it has wrought Tho numerous largo cities of tho north protect her fair name. fhso to be put In the attitude i meiilcants at the untold damage to tho people. Ky. ' , itnold and dominate the politics of that feet o'f a senitorial minority. (Joverninehts IHve ' Jt ought not to.be .necessary to remind iv section. been Wrecked dnd transformed on'less provocaThe Verdiot Unanimous. even one Democratic editor in the south LODiBtDRG. tion than tills. Slncd the founding or tlie repubThero aro liunereds of cities in tho It pleases the lawyer and hisclient,too, 07 lic no more terrible shock has ever, been Riven, of thVacftlfa't the VigJjIandinCeres'ts'j to hvo tho verdict of thcAary unani north with over 25,000 inhabitants tlia structure. The reader mull nor think we 01 Headquarters for iiiu iiniiumy uru recugmzcu uuu preeach, while in tho south wo have only him consider the We bad a nice rafn last Friday. are-- unduly 'pcsslmlstlcT mous A great jury composed of tho served all through our Republican syseighteen such cities, not counting those ( jic U3 oennns The farmers are done cutting tobacco ipiesiion niinscu in anconclusion Ameitcan public has rendered a unaniIt is mortify. tem; It ought not' to bo necessary to nvold the logic of our on thotborder like Louisville Baltimore, aud wheat sowing is the cry now. mous t erdict or Dr. Halo's - Household-Cougsay that if the public sentiment of the InR to all Democrats that, with tlielr party pre. Capital Stock $25 OOtif Cure as a medicine, agreeing that Kansas City and St. Louis. , Mr. Bush Stiff and .Miss Ncttib Cash sumably in control of tho government, the ad- fjountry were with tlie majority in this Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Coment, Mich The eighteen large cities of the south ministration1 must procnit to en Tor co Republican its promises of a speedy euro for coughs, igao Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil manispent last Thursday night with Miss Surplus $7 600. instance, no resisting minority could be laws which they are unable to repeal. Tho pres by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, colds .ind UrorichialtroubIe8 aro nlwavs had by tho last'consus an aggregate pop- Dee Basham. ' Ideucy is reduced to a mere executive offirc, and drummed up. ulation of 094,000. All these cities com B. F. BEARS, President. carrii ! out to 'tho letter. This pleasant At overy turn and corner lav and cusMn J. IL Avltt nttended court lit il is no longer worth while for the president to & smaller population than WILL MILLER, verdict has not been obtained without bined have a It is Idluj tor Democrats to vote tom have placed checks, on the power of spen!&wrjl! meMKe Hardinsburg lost Monday M. II. BBARDCaabjer. Brick, PJcjw Handles, Pine Flooringal-wif- s' as there are 'llenunlicans enough 'In the great pains taken to make Ittlio best euro New York or Chicago or Philadelphia. the majority, and this is tho secret of kod on hand. Orders ac- Naturally, the public sentiment of tho Monday night with his son, Mr. Mack, country to elict a dbren senators. Theyltepub-lica6. VT. BEAltb on' the market. Try a bottlo1 when you ) by cash tho success of our federal system. A because of "senatorial courtX comparued Ir filled. prompt are by city iniluences, while who is 'teaching school at1 the Tiiul dis- Dire tor MORRIS JtSKKIDQK havo u cough or cold and you will belong north is shaped ) JOCLY, esy," as much In power as they ever were. 01 lie majority of states cannot adopt a constitrict' near Mhttingly. R. M. to the 'unanimous" over after. For sale in tho south it is molded by tho country monopolists cannot be deprived of the benefits tutional amendment, nnd all tho rest of Miss Addle scorns" to bo so fond of they have acquired undel-- Hepilbllcan, dlspensa element. INVEST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS by Short tc Haynes. Tho typical southern statesman or "Blooms" it looks like sho would wenr a tlon. Labor cannot secure tho enactment of tho states combined cannot d"privo one laws In their interest as against the mcrnach-men- t State of its representation in the Senate. political leader sympathizes with the boquct when sho goes'to'clmrclVbutsKe i Louisville, St Louis &. Texas R, R. Co. "Manners Makyth Man." of capital, so long as enemies can command It frequently happens that a minority of agricultural element and has tho btrong takes a "Bloom" by her side. It is true tliat a man's manners may )n the senate. The eliminaany representation nsro". tho voters of tho country elect a presiof the brainy class of counMrs.'Bcrtid Board, of Holt's Bottom,' tion or class legislation from the statue books Is be the making of him, but ns manners individuality trymen,' and among them we find such visited relatives in this vicinity last rendered impossible. N6 despot, no mondrch, no dent, Cad 'this is minority rule pure and aro only the expression of the man it The protection of tho rights ' czar in nil the history of the world ever asserted simple. ' ' Titli I iik Effect would bo more proper to say tho mnn menus JefTeison, Calhoun, Jackson and week. i power more absolute- and. arbitrary than that and interests of tho minority is so enOn tho other hand, the city Tillman. At 7:00 o'clck . U. Sunday, June 18f S89 Basham W 'cabbing tho which has been conceded to a minority of grafted in our fiy6tem that they aro remakes tho manners. Good mnmcrs aro MisttDeo iniluences Wttl Bound Traint thi result of good sense, good nature and such leadersof the north have developed Argalx .lit school. Tho pupils all seem the senate ol the United States. Edit Bound Traint cognized by tho Democratic party itself ns Hamilton nnd Sherman CURES HQTHISG BUT PILES. What nonsense! What rubbish! What in a little self denial for tho sake of others. to bo well pleased. Tlie'mon treated the W the most significant way. It is tlie sassMMssMiapr Mail & Mal & MMMMMM MM MMsHMh a conipleto miecdiiccption of tho whole Swift Nfys, "Good manners Id tho art of The fut nro Andrew Jnclson will come kJ'IiooI houso with a ituw roof'Satuhlay, E'pr's Hxpr's STATIONS Uxpr's Hxpr"". Unwritten law of our party that when its A SU RE and CERTAIN CURE making those people easy with whom from tho south. The typical northern nnd Mr. Blakeysays don't forgot to' look mattcrl .What an utter disregard of the national conventions have mot) the im "5aTiy JDalty Dally known forlSysars as tho BEST Pall' bcno'flts which the s'outherri peoplo' havo wo converse." It is tho art of saying politician will probably be a Chauncey at his wood shed when you pass; by. jority is not permitted to dictate to tho ,6 30pm 7 43 tin Iv.Un'U p't..ar 12 40pm 6 43pm' REMEDY FOR PILES. Depew or n Van Alen, 800 Kentucky St. 12 24 reajped from, the power of an active and minority; rm r.t bj BICU1BD80S HID1CISI CO., ST. WCIS. 6 45 and doing the best thing in the kindest 8 JO . s tho rule interposes,1 7 20 8 40 West Point 1145am 762 It follows from this analysis of the1 earnest minqrity! way. La Bruyero says, "A man's worth 8 44 723 1140 Howard 14H Native Kentucky 'Apples. and it frequently happens that in this 88'J Hock Haven 1117 7S8 is estimated in this world according to situation that tho public sentiment of It must not bo doubted that it cog has way both tho majority and tho minority 'A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! 7Jtl 908 7 44 Urig Branch 1103 7 29 It is not generally known that tho slipped Eomowhe'nf iii tlie' editorial ap753 915 his conduct." The manner of man de- tho south is finally directed by the 7 22 Ilranclenburc 1068 Positively removes are compelled to surrender their cherish8 01 9 24 10 49 Kkron 714 termines his r ception nmonghis fellows. plunters and mall farmers. Tho ban- Ben. Davis appla is a nativo of the State paratus when A B6uthern nnd democratic ed plana and compromise on a new basip. BONE SPAVIN, 9 3i ,8 09 10 40 Guston 7(17 kers, merchants and courthouse rings of df, Kentucky, yet supli is the caso, and journalist goes into hysterics over tho 9 4(1 818 Irvlngton 1030 658 Ringbone, Splint, "Give a boy address and accomplish9 48 8 2H Democratic editors in tho south should Webster 1022 6 45 or Curb, 0611 833 LodlbUrg 1014 ments," says Emerson, "and yon give tho cities may sometimes get together the first tree of its kind ever known grow efforts of a minority 'in' tho senato to p6t forget history in 6 38 efforts to forIN 40 HOURS, their 10 Ul 8 41 1010 I'lcrce 6 30 and formulate resolutions of apparently in tho orchard of tho late Bon. Davis, of preserve tho rights and liberties of thd him tho mastery of palaces and fortunes 845 1010 Sample witnnai iiun. 10 02 625 ward tlie detestable business of gold-bugreat weight that mislead tho northern Montgomery County, from whom the people. Wd say the rights and lib trtius 864 1018 Stcphensport 968 618 wherever ho goes, lie has not tho trou $500 Reward 869 1022 ;ery nnd Skylockism. Atlanta Constitu- Addison 955 614 newspapers, but when the country peo- apple took its name. At first, as would of tha peoplo with a full comprehension 9 01 PorFallnreor 1025 ble of earning and owning them; they 9 42 Holt 611 om 915 1038 SllRhlast Ipjurjr. Cloverport 9 37 600 solicit him to enter and possess." "You ple are heard from a little later the act natnrnlty bo expected, tho now cele- - bt the moaning of those terms. When 920 1041 Shops 967 555 T!is Is the Greatest ion of tho cities goes for nothing. So brated fruit only had a neighborhood re- tho demonetization act of 187JU revived, 1064 Sklllman 932. 927 544 Wonder of the 19lh had better," wrote Chesterfield to his ! 1103 9 41 Hawesville Century, astonish916 535 9 48 1111 90f) son, "teturn a dropjed fan genteelly well is this understood in tho south that putation, since its superior qualities had as it will be by tho unconditional repeal Petrie ing, as it docs, tha 954 1116 9 02 Falcon entire Veterinary the cities generally wait to hear from only bijenrtested by thoso who lived near of tho Sherman act, tho prospjrity of 621 than give a thousand pounds awkward.958 Cayce U20 858 world, 618 Davis' homo und had either visited tho peoplo will he turned over" to tho FRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN. 10 05 Lewfiport 11 26 SM 612 ly, and you had better refuso a favor tho country and then fall in lino with Mr, Circulars and 1021 1142 Powers 835 4 6 Sworn Proofs Mail ,W 1033 grucefuily, than grant one clumsily. All tho majority ,j Only in exceptional cases his orchard or secured grafts, from treo, comparatively small class that owns nnd 1266m 8 22 4 43 fates ed Free. Alarm for Its Invasion of America 10 43 1205pm Owensboro will tile southern cities bu found arrayed In the coureo of tlmo, liowover, tho in- controls the bulk ot tho gold in tho coun812 4 35 your Greek can nover ndvanco you from 1216 Mattingly Dr. Guy Oheclnl, 1065 800 4 22 against tho public opinion, of tho rural dustrious nuiseryinnn became acquainted try, and the condition of tlie fanners, 11 1221 Well Founded. 7 64 secretary to envoy, or from emoy to em417 No.STSCnnalHt., 1103 1221 Stanley 761 414 New York, 1231 IllO bassador, but your addreai, yourair, your districts, and when they make such11 a wiiii un 118 virmrcs anu' uegnu advertis- tlitfwago earners and tho business men Worthlngton 7 43 40 The telegraphic dispatches of January 12 38 1118 Heads 7 35 4 01 manner of good, may." Kev. Madison break they are not long in returning to ing them to tho public. Fatno followed, will bo precisely tliat which tho single, ztsi reuuri iiiu uiiiurcuitui cuoiunt miuw, 12 48 1128 SnottsviUe 7 27 354 arid to day there U not an tho procession. 1254 1135 gold standard has imposed on tio saiuo In Berlin, 03 cases and 1U deaths being Dasketts 8 60 720 C. Peters. l 60pm 1 10pm ar.Henders'n lv 7 05am region of tho world which docs nbt stand interests in Europe. In tho north the average statesman reported. Among the incidents of childhood that wants to know what the bankers, mer- ready to crown tha "Ben. Davis'' as tho Just now, when nn epidemic of Asiatic But npart from all this it seems to us stand oat in bold relief, as our memory chants and railroad men think. In tho queen of all products of tho orchard. that no southern editor who has a justi .cholera is among the alarming possibiliLoufsvlfe, Hadfnsburg & Western R. ,R. reverts to tho days when wo woro young, south ho wants lo know what the farm- Tho man who planted the first treo was appreciation of tho principle on which ties, all stomach and bowel troublesordinothing new when wc state that It pays to encage an importance beyond tho No. 2 TIME TABLE. g none aro moio prominent tnnh sovoro ers, producers and wago earners need an honest, farmor who the rights of tho minority are based, or nary, and should meet with prompt in a pc rinanciit, inojt healthy nnd pleasant uui. FAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1801. nrss, inai returns a prom or ever uuts w sickncfs. Tho younglnoUer vivh'Iy and desire. Tho northern leader is nover sudored "ambition to mock his janyrealiing sense of the bonefis which treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera in- Hueh Is the business we offer the woruuff cl West Hound Trains Rast Hound Trains w as ciomuerlnins Cough thinking of tho interests of capital ; tho usoful toil," and who lived and died un- tho southern peoplo havo derived from fantum, diarrhea, dysouturyr flux,, colic We tench IIkiii how to make inoucy rapidly, and tliat it DilTy Dally Dallv Dallv stomach, flatul- Guarantee every one who follows our Instructions ex Sun ex Sun, STATIONS. ex Sun. exSnn Remedy cured her of croup, and in turn southern leader is thinking of tho in- known to but few beyond tho palo of his tho manipulation of an earnest and a and cramps, wind on tlie etc., ail point taiiniuiiy me iiismuk 01 9.uu.uu u iiinnm. No.6 No.l ency, distress after eating, Np.3 NC e hold now .nnd works will Lvery ono who administers it to her own offspring and terests of the people. own community, but tlie celebrity of the patriotic minority, in both the houso nnd conclusively to a bad condition of tho sorely nnd speiMilytakes 11 30am Lv Jrvngton Ar 930am Increase their earnings; there 1210pm Pther now nt work uarheld 835 always with tho best results. For safety Theso points nro full of significance great apple w hlch received its namo frdm tho senate, can now alibrd to indulgo in stomach and bowels, and nil such disor- eanbeiioqucilIonabout.lt are doing It, and you, reader, can do the tame Harped izza 815 12 42 A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & when wo reflect that in tho south the js only bounded by tho borders of civili- senseless attacks against tlioso who aro ders should be corrected at once. llila Is the best paying buslmss that you have Hardinsburg 7 60 118 ' Mr. 11. U "Wilson, Stumptown, W. ever had the chance to secure You will make n 715 Meador, Hardinsburg. enemies of silver are found only in tlfe sation. mlstakq Ifyoa tall to fclvo It a trlul nt once 130 now standihg up for tho rights nnd priv- Va., says : "Lightning Hot Drops Is tho Jollv 705 f and act 148 the Glendeane 6 44 If Kentucky Ifnd done nothing olso fn ileges that aro as dear to tiio peoplo as best medicine I over usod for pains; for frave grasp find situation, lit a mostquickly, you cities, while its friends are the country prosperous will dlnctly jounclf 165 Demnster 634 Card of Thanks. 2 15pm arKallsHoughlv cramps nnd colic in children, it can't bo business, it Which you en surilyjiiako uml save people en masse. Even if our eighteen the line of fruit culture to distinguish any thoy havo everfought for 614am n prinlarge sums of money. 'I he r suits of only a few 260 6 64 iiocKvaie beat. For flux, it Is the king." tfv., Oct. 18, 1803. Wp, cities of over 25,000 population solidly perself, tho simple fact that she was tho ciple K...M hours' work will often equal a week's wages. 802 Ituth as truly and as vitally Democratic Mr. or woman, It young, 314 Asklns the, father, brother and sisters of Mrs. favored the gold standard, thero would mothcrof,tho"Bon. Davis'' applo ought 'as uny that ever changed a vote1 or decid- Vn., It. L. Blonkinshin, ofTooley, W. Whethir you arc old or do as w man you, and sue. '621 has this to say: "Last April Iliad makes no illlfircnco, n.v. It II 329 600 Minnie O'Neil, deceased, wjsh to oxprcss bo lesB than 1,000,000 people on that side to give her a conspicuous placo In the ed n 4 00pm ArKordsvillel.v start. Neither 4 45am an extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; cess will nuct you at the veryThose who work campaign or capital necessary. our hea.tfelt nnd sincere thanks to Mr. opposed to 21,000,000 silver men in this horticultural history of this country. had twenty-on- e actions of my bQwels in experience rewarded. Why not write to day Sot for us sire In tlie house, the minority under tiio less THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIR LINE. than two hours. I took three doses full particulars, free 1 IS. O. ALL1IN & CO., and Mrs. Scott Cunningham, at wjione section. Tho "Cannon l'airmaln." another col- - wiso and patriotic leadership of SamiJol ' liox No. 4X0, Augusta, Me hbmo our dear, departed darling sickenShe cities s imotimes make mora fuss brated applo, which, liowover, Is noi so J. ltapdall, was as powerful as tho ma- of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved (h. B. A ST. L. E. R.) me instnntly."' ed and died, for tho kindness, carp and but Uio country puta in more votes. At- widely known as tho "Bon. Davis," had Lightning Hot Drops is the safest, surSHORTEST, QUICKEST jority, and it nover hesitated to threw attention shown during her sad and fatal lanta Constitution. its origin in Kentucky, nnd the first tree Itself into the breach to protect tho est, quickest remedy ever compounded AND IJjeST LINK 10 illucss. Thero will over remain a tender Little vegetable heaUk producers: of its kind grow on the farm of tho late southern peoplo against partisan Repub- for each and all of the abovo complaints. Moreover, it cures all pains, external and spot in our heart (or these good, kind Llttlo lCarlyKises euro malarious Robert Cannon (now known as tho Fran-I- s lican legislation. In thd senato nd long-(o- r internal, and Is tho best safeguard known AMD ALL POINTS people. disorders and regulate flio Btomach and Ecton place,) about one mile cast of thatf three years ago, the Democratic to destroy the evil 'effects of a' change of Minbrva CnossON. South-Wei- t. .bowels, which prevents headacho and (Winchester, In Clark county. water or diet. Pleasant to tako, SweetForty mlnbrlty, aided by tho veryweBtem bV We ayei prepared supply ii iii dizziness. A. It. Fishfr, Cloverport, and years ago this apple was a general favors vor mon who aro now mado tho victims of ened, children Hko it. Lightning Hot Lumber pr mptly in large or For a Jamo back or for a pain in tho July 31, 1892, Drops is sold by all dealors in medicine, TMard in & to among the merry housewives of Cen. iabus6 by tho palrohngo press ol the1 south at sido or chest, try saturating a piece of Witt Meador, Hnrdpsburg. 5c, nncHSOc. a bottle, on the guaransmall Its, f r all purp ses. Lv. LMlsTlUe 8:05 a.m...8:25 p.a...4:I9 p. a tral Kontucky on account of Its splofadid Interposed its pdwer to protect this sect- tee; IW relief, no pay. Try It once. A Lasting Memorial, flannel with ChnmUirlain's Pain Balm ArrSr Lonli 7:20 pra ...6:45 a ra HEBQN & OO, Bo not deceived. Look for Trado-Mar- k pooking qualities and In many flections it ion against the force bill. Ivanivllle 1:10 " , lOiOOp.ra, and binding it ontotho affected parts. Adjurant General A. J. Gross lirts sent of nalfves athcrlng herbs. Mndo only r farther laformstlon. Mil on or address. OLOVRBPORKY If It Is wrong for tho minority to Bland Kbyjrrb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio, Tliia treatment wilrcjiro any ordinary in his resignation to ttio Governor, to htill lias a deep hold on the appetites and B A OAUBBCII ' ' OanM Paw. Alf't. case in one or two days. Pain Balm also tako'eH'oct Npvomber 1, It should, be affections of the peoplo, especially those out ogaiiiBt tho vicious efforts of tho St. Louts. Mo. RctvF. C. Igloliartj New York, Vf framed and hung up ns a lasting memo- who remember its glories in'the halcyon eastern Shylocks to fasten Is a J. 1 CAMPBELL writes: "A corn on Uio too the single cures rhouraatisnvtH) cent bottle for salo rial to tho first Kontuckhth.whd'o'ver u. r, a. liOaiiTiuc.Hy , it In tho Hoitli, which ' C. V. by A. K. FisherfCIovorport and Wilt A vojuntarily swapjHJd off a $2,000 office days of "ye olden times." Winchester gold standard on the people, it was CUyTIeket OBee.S.W. Oer. Third k Main OTCertalH Corn Cure' most nor Pemocrat. wrong for the minority to stand out for a $300 one, Owcnsboro Inquirer. Meador, Hardinsburg. St., LoaliTille, Ky eflftilly remove." SULZER'S. At. tho birth of his son a farmer placed Oar Brandenburg1 Correspondent The Electropoiso Jios been a positive nt interest at (I per cent tho sum of $1000, Speaks in Defence of Fathers J. H. Lindcnbergcr, nnd each year invested nil tho interest nt lxmeflt to mo. Brothers tho same rato. When tho boy was 21 President Merchants' National Bank, And Ibe I.nrffral Liberty (orSvomeii. weak-minde- years old he found himself tho poswssor of $31K).GU. Being a young man of pluck and'energy, and anxious to try his baud in unaided competition, he told his father o keep the money and hVwould tike his chances with "the 'poor, boys bl Ills acquaintance. When tho eon was SO years old the father notified him tliat his fortune had grown to over $18,420, using round numbers. At 70 tho father called his son's attention to his fortune of over $59,000, nnd sinco tho son had received the rewards of his industry ho did not still tako possession of his fortune. Tho father soon after died, and in his wilj required his executors ' to keep tho piincipal and interest loaned ifnlil tho sort should rccelvo'it or be' removed by death. The latter lived to n good old age, and on his son's 100th birthday, besides tho accumulations of a lnisy and prosperous life, was incumbered with a fortune of $130,300. Christopher Columbus is said to havo some poor relations living InSpain at this time. One or two of theso have intimated that if tho liberal American peoplo would take up a collection for them, tho same'Would received as netting expression of oup gratitude to their great ancestor. But, if we consider, Ultra would havo been nothing impossible in it, nnd it would havo been really considerate in Christopher to have saved a dollaronly ono dollar of tho amount given him. A modern financial manager would havo perhaps suggested that to this end tho sometimes obstreperous and mutinous sailors bo reduced at half rations for a sufficient time to enablo tho great discoverer to save a dollar nnd place itat compound interest nt tho very reasonable rate of 0 per cent. By this time, 400 years after, that dollar would havo increased nnd multiplied to the munificent sum of over $1,322,000,000, n sum sufficient to pay at least some of the gambling debts of his poor relations of this present ttmo. THE MAMMOTH KE7-N0T-E SOUNDS THE -- SPECIAL! $1,000 1 GREAT AUTUMN CAMPAIGN. tfl32iSS r H IN GOLD EXTRA TO OUR CUSTOMERS. I " oV'e&c6at$. - WE SHARE OUR PROFITS WITH THE PEOPLE. CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, SUITS. ul e $5 nur one-thir- d world-praise- d Silk-mixe- d Jier Kleinliaus Simonson. MAMMrvra m, III Jl IBM, si SMS! 1 Shoe and Clothing g' ve MiIJ U A. s3c5v -r- -- fSlVsi Pit-ful- ls M- pleas-ant.an- Appeal-Avulanch- ' WaKsftra louisviiLE. GREGORY & CO., BfiNK Reapers and Mowers, HABDINSBUR& W Pine Poplar Shingles nt ni lo-d- -- bugkeyeOLC 0INTMENT TIME SCHEDULE 21. - two-third- J jrisaik ssssssKSssssssVl g CHOLERA Wmu0 1X1 npplo-growin- g I as-'su- WE TELL YOU hard-workin- 11 t's L i LUMBER t St. Louis, Evansville Westitiiid IM .thf