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K PPRENDERGrAST & 'CRAZY PAPER ,)MiCARRIER QNj THE DEAD MAN'S JOURNAL THE ASSASSIN. V Kiiili Qe -- THE ald3 yQaS iMO ... fused to Give him an Office. ASSASSIN PURSUED' TO AVblilOE STATION AND ARRESTED. 1 CHICAGO WILD ..WITHEXCITEMENT,. A X I Chicago, Oct. 28. Carter II. Harrison, five times Mayor of tho city of Chicago, wasospassinatcd at his homo in this city Tlio murderer at 7:50 o'clock who is undoubtedly demented, is Eugene Palrick Prendergast, a paper carrier on Mr. Harrison's journal, thoTlines, and who lived at Wfo' llano street. Tho assassin, who was pursued to a polico stahad killed tho Mayor tion; said that-hbecause ho had promised him the corpo- ration counselshlp of tho city of Chicago and had failed to keep his word. Tho, assassin ran up the' front steps of Mr. Harrison's residence, at No. 231 South Ashland avenue, at 7:50 o'clock Mary Fanscn, the and rang the bell. servant, answered the bell, and the maid outside asked for Mr. Harrison Sho said ho would have to wait a moment, aa Mr. Harrison was asleep on tho sofa in tho parlor, at tho Bame time going back through the hall to call him, leav. ing the door open. . In a momont Mr. Harrison stepped from tho parlor into the hall. In an instant tho man had drawn a revolver and fired, the'shotenteringtho abdomen just above the naval. Two moro shots rang cut an instant later, tho first of which entered the' Mayor's body under the left arm, penetrating the heart. Mr. Harrison, when tho first shot was fired, had started toward the door, and the second shot struck him when within a few feet of the assassin. Mr. Harrison was so closo to tho muzzle of the revolver when tho third shot was fired $at tho bullet shuttered one of the knuckles of his lelt hand and tho powder burned his flesh. r 1 C" fc . "Lock that man up," said tho coachman. "He has killed Mayor Harrison." In an. Instant tho Sergeant was out t from behind his desk, and, catching hold pi'tlie. man's arm, pulled him within tho wire enclosure, as though to preserve his lifo from a crowd, which was gathering with astonishing rapidity. 'Without waiting to register the prisoner ho was quickly .takcrf "back and placed behind tho bars. Tho station was then cleared of tho;QScite'd peopljo and the Sergeant went for a .talk with tho prisoner. "My name is Eugeno Patrick Prcndor-gast,- " ho said, in reponso to the first inquiry. "Do you know" that you havb, killed tilayor Harrison?!' said tho Sergeant. "es, and I am glad of it," wasthe answer. "Ho promised Co glvo mo the corporation counselshlp, and has not kept his word." !"Wherodoyoulivo?" "At No.. 009 Jane street with my mother," said the prisoner. ! bis. Mr. Harrison's coachman, who was in the rear of the houso when tho first shot was fired, ran into tho hall and fired three shots at tho man as, ho. started out of tho front door. Tho murderer paused for an instant, turned about, and fired a parting shot at tho coachman. Ho then ran down tho front steps and passed rapidly north on Ashland avenue. Mayor Harrison after tho last shot was fired stepped into tho parlor and started-- ' Ilo had taken toward tho dining-roobut a fow steps, however, when ho' reeled fell into the butler's pantry, which led to tho. reay of tho house., His son, Preston, was upstairs at tho tinio of tho shooting, ran down and was at his father's side in an instant. Mr. Harrison said : "I am shot, Preston, and can .not .livo. Where is Annie?" Air. Harrison hastily left his sido and ' rushed out upon tho street in pursuit of tho assassin. In the meantime Mr. and Mrs. W Chalmers, who livo across tho street had started for tho Hanlson residence us they They saw a man had heard tho shot. running up Ashland avenue and met the son, Preston, in pursuit. Young Mr. Harrison slopped long enough to Inform his neighbors of the torriblo affair and then started on in pursuit of tho murderer. Mr. and Mrs. Chalmers hastily entered tho house, Mr. Chahiiere at onco making a pillow 'of his overcoat, whicb ho placed under Mr. Harrison's head. "I have been shot and can not live," said tho Mayor, as ho gasped for breath. "You won't die," said Mr. Chalmers, "you have only been shot in tho abdo men." "No, 1 ,haya. b'e'on shot jn th'e'.heart and I know I can not live," was tho reply. These were tho last words of' the Mayor. He. immediately becamq unconscious' and died at 8:25 6:Jock?.-- , Th0 murderer, pursued"byttljo coach; niali,, ran along Ashland' averiuo;'t6aril Mohroo at ft breakneck 'pace. Coming , to Monroe street ho, turned to tho cast and started for tho pity. Tho, pursuer by an officer who had been and several citizens, gained rapidly on their man. On thoy sped until Desplalnes, was reached, when tho, hunted .roan again turned to tho' north and in d fu,w .minutes )iad' ref ?hel the pesplaines st reel police pjat Ion. , . t He walked in and approached tho Sergeant at tho desk. II o was about to speak when tho foremost of his pursu- era rushed, breathless jnto the station. This ended tho entorview, The Sergeant at once telephoned the Central station, and in a Jew momonts several officers from that district were at tho Desplalnes street station? A" patrol was called a fqw moments later, and the prisoner was brought to t.ho Central station, down town. Here another examination was held, and tho revolver which' had been taken from tho murderer at the Desplalnes street station was given into the keoping of tho officer in charge. Shortly after 11 o'clock the patrol was again brought into requisition for tho purpose of conveying the prisoner to tho county jail. Tho news that tho murderer had been apprehended spread down town, nnd wheri. tho officers emerged from the station in tho big county building they found a crowd of nearly 6,000 persons assembled about the entrance to and the walk from tho station. Tho prisoner was instantly brought back into the station and a consultation held. The officers, fearing violonce to their prisoner from the crowd without, feared to mako tho trip, and asked for ments. A detail of six officers was summoned and at 11;15 o'clock tho prisoner, closely guarded, was brought out of the station, hurried through the long passageway to the street and hustled into the wagon in a jiffy. The officers were barely seated before tho wagon was in motion and, amid tho mutterings of tho crowd, was hurried oil to tho North Side, whero ho was lodged in the county.jail for safekeeping. go Developments madu late far toward indicating that Prendergast has had murder in his heart for several days. On Thursday afternoon of tho present week ho entered Billy Boylo's chophQuse in Calhoun place and sat at tho tablo occupied by W. A. 8. Graham, tho murdered Mayor's Secretary, and another n in local financial gentleman circles. Graham, who was acquainted with PrcndergaBt, Introduced, hlra to his friend, and both gentlemen noticed that tho newcomer was laboring under intense excitement. Presently, without any remarks having been exchanged to lay a foundation for what was coming, Prendergast burst into a bitter denunciation of tho Mayor for what ho declared was tho letter's opposition to tho elevation of tho surface rail way tracks. This was a subject that has long been agitated in local jolItlcal circles, and ono in which public sentiment has frequently been expressed with well-know- Tho political pot seems to bo bolitng hot at tho city of the Dad'ji dead lock, or moro properly spooking1, legislation come to a standstill threatening tho of tho Deriocratlc party. Arraigned on ono sldo are thoso representing Plutocracy and hiorioy power tho most insolent and coarso tyrants of all tyranies, whllo on tho ohcr sldo aro arralnged thoso without' brass collars around their necks representing tho toiling masses standing as a "wall between tho liberties and welfare (of tho great masses and against tho greed encroachments and domination of tho money power. "Whatever the resb.lt may bo In twelve months thoro will bo different political alignments constituting a political party whoso, stronghold' will bo In tho south and west, a party Hint will ascend to tho control of this government, bury tho shaddwy spectre of what Is now called Democratic party. ' For years it has only It seems, existed ' on Its traditions for nt present It seetiiB incapable of formulating a united public policy. As far tho g. o. p., tho principles of which it was born of preservation," of tho union and extinction of slavery ;has been accomplished and to day it has no Inspiration to lead It to victory but it Jb to bo hoped we will soon sec tho fulfilment of The Advertising. thoso seductive and great promises that Of Hood's Sareaparillia is. always within wafted the Democratic party Into tho tho bound of reason because it is true; it full control of this government. always appeals to tho sober, common, sense of thinking peoplo because it .is Qood Neighbors a Great Blessing. triu; and it is always fully substantial by Mcdaniew, Ky., Oct, 10th '03. EniTon' endorsements which, in tho financial BitECKENitiiAj News, Will you pleaso alworld would be accepted without a molow mo space In the News to say a fow ment's hesitation. swords about my husband's misfortune. has been confined to his room for HOODP.M qiro liver Ills, cpn wceks. IIta troublo lttabcen very1 Hon, biliousness, jaundice, sick ,, hcnIth ,, en bad for ache, indigestion. 'm0 nn" nc cu "8 ' w"u nn ax eocjV l Ind. blood poison sot up, also fovor from CHENAULT. fwlhch ho suffered a great deal. We m . " i. no Mr. Dick Elder is attending tho thought no wouiu ioso nisiooi uui a good floctor and is vfbs blessed with this week. Wor.'dja Fair Tibwuniproving slowly butalie. will loso A..S. and AV. S. Allen, were on tho City ono of his toes unless thqro is a great , of Owensboro Thursday, , , change. He Is not out of danger yet and Mrs. A. S. Allen was tho guest of 'Mrs. it will be Boroo time before he will bo Jno. B. Fry mi re last Friday. out again, but I trust in God his health Mips Jessie Lime was tho guest of Miss will bo restored to him. !l thank tho kind and good neighbors 'of McDaniels Kat Alen lost Thursday evening. Miss Jatio Allen was tho guest of Miss and Falls of Rough commjinlty for tho Jennto'Jt&oVMbllie Stallmdn last Friday. kindness they havo showi'hiru and also Dr. McMullin for his close attention to Mrs. Suo Frymiro, of Ekron, is 'visiting to blessing. of heaven rest Noah Cunningham, this him. May the her sister, Mrs on them and all who aro suffering with week. i allliction, is tho prayer of a friend and The school at tl5Vlco being taught companion. by Guy Burch no gin. glad to Bay pnv Mrs. Angelina Stillwell gressing nicely. ' About that Gathering at Sirocco. Mr. .W. R. Polk, the Toblnsport NurKy., Oct., 23rd '03 Edcountry, sellseryman, went through tho BltECKENBIDOK NEWS, DEAR SlllS itors ing trees this week. Although not a subscriber to your paper Mr. S. T. Elder, who attended tho Fair LtaCh the liberty of answering a com at Chicago last weok, has returned homo munication from Sirocco. Nojv as to tho and reports a grand trip. nlddlq of splitters," I hardly know Mr. Jos. A. Allen, who is attending what ho means unless ho means himself Kentucky University atloxington spent divides his timo with the party ho last week at tho World's Fair. worships that does not card a fig for him Aa no ono from our vicinity seems to except just before tho election. If ho care for tho constant absence of items means populists by saying "splitters," from this placo, I thought I would try thoy wore there and not only there, but they abound in every nookand corner in and send in a few this week. Meado county. The document referred A Good Thing to Keep at Hand. to was not drawn up by tho county clerk From the Troy (Kantai) Chief. since it appears in my hand writing, Some years ago wo were very much neither was there any gathering on the subject to severe spells of cholera morbus; doorstep on account of tho document and now when we feel any of tho symp- referred to. It seems natural for ono of toms that usually proceed that ailment, his "stick in tho mud" belief to poko such as sickness at tho stomach, diarrhoea fun, especially at tho People's party. If etc., wo become scary. We havo found wo are, such, insignificant creatures as ho Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarwould liavo you bellevo why this atrhoea Remedy the very thing to straight- tempt? The fun seems just now en one out in such cases, and always kept to bo on tho other hand und by tho timo It about. Wo are not writing this for a tho. returns from tho election aro In pay testimonial, but to- - lot our readers there won't bo so much as a grin on tho know what Is a good thing to keep handy faco of Sirocco. I will closo this short in the houso. For sale by A. R. Fisher, answer by sayiug"Wiso men chango but Cloverport, and Witt fc Meador, fools nover do." I hope and bollovo there will bo as many big fools as thoy think wo are, Wo could not improve tho qualify if Tho blggeBt thing lover saw," remarkpaid double tho price. DoWitt's Witch Salvo that ex- ed ono of our merchants who had just Hazel Salvo is the best returned lrom tho World's Fair, "is tho perience can produce, or that.monoy can hotel whoro I stopped. Beats tho Ferris buy. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and wheel all to pieces. I rang tho boll Friday afternoon, and tho next evening as I Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. was retiring tho boy reached my room and asked what was wanted." Pays to Raise Good Stock. It hi his heart, Secretary Graham adroitly changed the subject, tho man's excitement gradually subsided, and when he left tho place ho had apparently forgotten. what ho had said in tho heat of passion n few moments before. Neither of tho gentlemen thought any moro of tho subji-ct- , and Secretary Graham regarded it as so trival as far as is known ho did not mention tho subject to his chief. In tho early mall that was delivered in tho first, or 7 a. m. dellvory in tho City Hall this morning there was a letter from Pendergast addressed to Mayor Harr.son in which he urged upon the Executive tho necessity of immediate action upon tho elovatlon of tho tracks. Secretary Graham, upon whom tho duty uf oncn-in- g and classifying tho Mayor's mail has. always devolved, laid tho communication to ono side, regarding it as lacking sufficient iniportanco to bring to the personal attention" of tho Mayor, but, rather as emanating from one of tho small whims of cranks that day In and day out de'lugo tho Mayor's office with recommendations and propositions and suggestipns of all After kinds and things innumerable. tho mall had, been sorted Secretary Graham, who had, an appointment at tho World's Fair with tho gentlemen in whose company ho had been when Prendergast forced his company upon them; left for Jackson Park, whero bo spent tho day. flo had just returned and readied tho house of a friend on tho North Sldo when the news of tho shooting reacljcd him, and ho realized that Prendergast's talk of a couple of days before was soniething moro than tho vaporiugs of an excitlni? and harmless. Individual. LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. PREDICTIONS gu fro ring OFATHIRDPAKTY POLITICIAN FROM MEASE. Mothers it with wcaknoss and emaciation, who glvo little nourishment to bables,should tako IF IT -- It Will Absorb Both tho, Old Parties In Twelve Months Scott's MSIipJMEMPpJp COMES FROM LEVY'S ! jmmmmmmmmmmmmmar tho Cream of Cod-liv- er Oil hypophosphltos. It will and glvo them strength their bablos fat. Physicians, tho world over, ondorse it. and-mak- o Emulsion '.!.- Don't ba deceived by Substltolesl Prtpuwl bj Scott A Bowi, J1, Y. AH Dre.ilm. "& ant a New County. Everybody says It and It must 'bo so LEWS', Third und Market, Lbuisvillo'e Greatest CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS, HAT and SHOli IIQUSE. Coine,wien Send a cash MAIL in Louisville. Money ORDER when refunded if gof'.fo'l to please. And -- GOOD!" IT'S CITIZENS OF F0RD8VHLE TAKING STEPS TOWARD DEVELOPING A PET IDEA. WE PAY : in In Fordsville For The County Seat Tho citizens of Fordsville, Ohio county, havo been working In a quiet way for somo timo endeavoring to perfect a plan for forming a now county with Fords-villoast- - fwfrow ... ii r)0 Har-dlnsbu- "If ho don't elevate the tracks I will kill hlra." "I will shoot him dead," ejaculated Prendergast, bringing bin fist down on tho tablo with a forco that mado tho dishes rattle, and attracted tho attention of tho other patrons of tho place. Tho gentlemen addressed simply Binlled at him, attributing tho strong language to tho excitement under which he was laboring. Observing this, he again ejaculated, tills timo with still greater vohotn-enc"Yes, I will kill him, mark what I say. Unless he does it he Is a dead man." Not Imagining for a moment that Prendergast cherished'any thought of murder e: Much thought and When a farmer gols it into his liead dttamion hare oo. Btock-doenot pay", ho usually gots curred among tho careless as to the sort of stock ho keeps, good and the wise it" rather as a necessary ovll regarding Tho aubjoothas than as a source of possible profit This been Dr. Fencer's A dolden Itellcf. is all wrong, for even If you are bound to cure too' u;i It dlte&sos, lose on stock, you will lose faster on poor mnjr animals than on good ones. Poor stock claims too much! indqees poorcaro and poor feeding, and D itya the list Is long, and It's a long war consumpof course, that .makes the loss. sure. lrom a "corn" to n "pulmonary tion." It's trlQtns with "human affliction." O good stock nnjl give them tho caro has the solution! It cures only Keep tho merit, even if prices aro low; then That's but ONE. Its got many names. A corn Many beA consumption is ovcry onco in a whllo you will sell a beef Is 'on. such as nouralgla, another. tween, toothacho, bums, for ft prlctf which will surprlso you, or rheumatism, diarrhoea, dysentery, Suz,otoeta spmo neighbor tvill corao, over and want Cure the Inflammation, In any of these', and tho the dlsciso is Ibey havo remedy notcono! Fault's with fairly,naming It to buy a young teer pr to blame I Treat It aire got a sum a chance. The Doctors don't cure consumption scon injour field, and you will chunco." Try it. Read the which 'will help change your mind about This is the "last following! lack of profit With, poor stock 'yoU may Mrs. L. a Smith, No. SO North Washington bo certain that no happy sUrpriso will Sttoohester,N.Y., writes: "Nearly all say relatlres have died of consumption. I was uncomo your way. der the ban of the same dread disease. Had the wasting of flesh ad the 'hsotlo flush.' I Anal.All, that honesty, experience and skill ly began the use of Dr. Fenner's Golden Relict and am fully restored. If peoplo could only 6&x do to product a'perfpet pill, has bepn know, this remedy as I know it, what savin? employed in making DoWittB Little of life there would be." Write her. She knows other similar cases. 'Taken in 6 drop doses, Early Risers. Tho result is a specific for of i lump of sugar, once in two hours, it never on dUappotnte. Contains no narcotise ocmlneral sluk.headachp, bllliou&hcsa and constipapoisons. Safe and certain. One tableapoootul tion. A. R. Fishor, Cloverport, and dose euree Grippe. If satisfaction not gives, &, Meadbr, HardlnsbiirKy money refunded. Take home a bottle Witt that s Ut t more. for 200 miles Wo also send goods O. O. D. subject to county seat, and Including examination, if charges both ways are parts of Daviess, Grayson, Brcckcnridgo sent with order; and if goods aro taken and Butler counties. Yesterday Messrs. and tho amount is 5 wo refund express J. S. McCuno and J. W. Tabor, of Fordscharges for 200 miles. ville, representing the organization of Send your namo and address for citizens in that territory, were in tho "Lovys' Letter," our illustrated monthly city to consult Judge L. P. Little with paper, equal to FiicX' for'Mi'. ' " "" ragard to tho steps necessary to bo taken in such an undertaking. Tho new constitution requires that any' now county formed must havo an area of 400 square miles, and docs not ltOBEUT P. HARE. SAM'L KAY. permit any1 county to bo reduced to less than that .area ( bv tho formation. It O- - 3B- alsoreaulwatiie'comient of a majority WITH ofthopeop'o residing' Vithin tho and that tho line of tho limits, -:- -:- now cjmrity shall not run within 10 Suy county seat. miles 6i . The exact lines have not been decided upon yet, but Whltesvlllo will bo the proposd sllco out of Da- Eighth and Main Streets, viess county. Daviess county contains from 803 to 811- only 410 square miles at present, and tiro constitution will only permit an area" With Auction and Privato Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. of 10 square miles to bo taken away from it. Petitions to tho general assembly will be drawn up in a day or so .and an actlvo canvoss among tho peoplo rcsld-- " lug within.tho propoacdiinca. wllLbabe;P gun by tho citizens of Fordsville. Tho principal part of tho now county is proposed to bo drawn from Ohio county, though largo slices aro to bo taken . from Brcckcnridge, Butler and Grayson. Theso citizens aro looking with longing oyes at a part of Hancock county, though they think it will bo impossible to get a Finished at this office in the latset style. placet unless some "swap" can bo made, as tho limits of Hancock embrace now only about 200 square miles. Thoy are peoplo of weak character. Peoplo who possess any forco of character aro not ashamed to say thoy can not afAmong tho incidents of childhood that ford certain pleasures, and thoy aro not stand out in bold relief, as our memory led Into extravagant habits that causo all reverts to Jo days when we were young, sorts of troublo sometimes causing a none are moio prominent than severe cell door to closo behind them. sickness. Tho young mother vividly reIt is probablo that thousands of peoplo members that It was Chamberlains Cough have within tho past fow wceks learned YOU CAN if Roraedy cured her of croup, and in turn their very first lessons in economy. It vou will but administers It to her own offspring and is impossible to estimate how much has read the series of inalways with tho best results. For sale by been saved. tensely practical articles A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & 'Plato said "There aro two ways of bewe are about to publish. Meador, Hardinsburg. coming rich: Mako enough money to An expert wrote them so .gratify all your desires or confino your "Hard Times." they'd be plain to everymeans." If you havo not desires to your "Hani Times" is an" expression that enough money to gratify all your desires You might as body. on1 tho lips of people of every has been well know as much as for pleasures that do not cultlvato a tasto condition of lifo f6r tho past four months, your dressmaker. It only cost much. Peoplo who read good literLexington but all oyer not only here in costs the price of this ature train their minds and soon come tho United States. Peoplo of all classes to And as much pleasure in accumulatJournal. have talked and thought more of "hard ing knowledgo as others find in expentimes" than of religion, politics, or base sive pursuits. Let peoplo try as hard to ball. Some of thorn havo nover known BzsTixqriuTT. host i qciimr. buy pleasure cheap- as thoy try to buy any but hard times, and others have othor articles cheah and thoy will, find never known hard times and havo now that pleasure can bo purchased at reasonno conception of what thoy mean. Howable figures. Lexington Leader. ever, it is quito tho thing to talk hard Aro you spending irionoy you can ill times and we all talk it. afford for Tobacco, Morphlno or Drinks? One good result from tho presont depression in business is tho lesson of Ston it. Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablet?, economy that has been forced upon sold by all druggists, will euro you in 3 somo of us, and which others have to five days learned becauso it has becomo fashion-abl- o Jilted Him to Got Even. YEARS to economize In a herd of cattle Cyntiuana, Ky., October 24. Haud-Bom- o Has iod all Worm RomocMos. or horses, or in a (lock of shoop or geeso, dards were issued last week anEVERY BOTTLE GUARANTIED. there are leaders who direct tho movenouncing a wedding to occur ments of tho herd or flock. Tho others SOLD EVEItYWIIUItK, developments in tho last fow dayq rr?r4 ij mciunnsoj hiuicisk rti., bt. .oris. How much but aro followers Imitators. impossibility. Tho have rendered It an moro so are tho animals whom we call was Mr. W. A. Faorber, groom-to-bpeople. u prominent young man of this city And A man, gonorally a young man, has it connected with tho Louisville and Nash- very good suit of cti'liea but ho can wean .villo freight ofllco. Tho bride elect was it no longer becauso It is not tho latest Miss Bessie Dovorc.apopuiaranueiiarm-In- g SULZER'S. style. A leader in fashion has a new young lady of lliclimond. Extensive "O. O. O. Certain Chill Curo one and ho must follow. A woman preparations werobeing made for tho Is If not tho best remedy you havo to entertain but sho cannot afford evenreception of.tho couple over used for Chills nnd Fovor to glvo as handsome an entertainment ing, as tho ceremony was to havo occurwill iour nionoy toko. ho refunded. to Price. GO cts. as her neighbor has givon and she has red In Richmond, A sudden stop was not the courago to do only what sho can made to this by tho news from Richmond Prophet. The Goose-Bon- e afford, so sho, goes boyond her means, Richmond rival had stepped In Kill a young gooso and remove, tho rccognlzo her as an that a and prudent people captured tho brido and olopod with her, breast-bone- . Imitator. There is a little tinge of revongo in tho Hang it up to dry. It Is gratifying to observe that peoplo action of tho bride, as It Is said this sarao If tho bono is light in color, n mild of lata havo reached tho point of confessniarriago was to havo occurred lost Bum- winter is coming " ing that thoy must economize. Any'of mer, but was brokon off by tho groom If dark, the winter will bo fierce and us could live on less than our presont without any apparent reason. Matters snowy. expense if Wo only had tho courago to do were, patched up and It was to Havo ocShould tho first snow full on tlio 23d of so. If our friends and neighbors would curred at the homo of bride's parents but tho month and the moon be 'seven days money it will not. wear old clothes and spend less old, the' number of snowfalls will bo wo would bo perfectly willing to do so. Ono word describes It "perfection.1 thirty. If thoy get new ones wo must havo Wo rotor to DeWittls Witch Hazel Is brlttlo' nnd'criim-blc- s, If the gooso-bon- o them. Salvo, cures obstinate sores, burns, skin there will bo much loose dry snow. There always havo been and always diseases nnd is a well known curo for will bo mon and women who livo bo- piles, A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, nnd 'If tho g, ,b. Is toughand' jjrli tho ' snow will be wot. yond their means' and come to griof. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. EXPRESS .bt,. "sTXIElEXuEJIS, Tobacco ed Crescent Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. LOUISVILLE, KY. JobtlPrintims Pamphlets, Checks, Bill Heads, Note Heads, Letter Heads, Statements. Can You flake a Drss? r ( WORMS! WHITE'S OREO FOft 20 . VERMIFUGE o do-sir- ' . 2 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1803. THEX HARDINSBURG. L. H. & W. TIME TABLE, Q01HO. BRRGKENRIDGR BRANDENBURG. CANDIDATES KEXWS, GllOYERPORT, KY. McDANIELS. Mrs. Willie Coko Is on tho sick list. Mr. Louis Bradly was in Lcitchfleld last Passenger Daily arr. Uardlniburg12i4Z Jno. D,4 V. 0. Bklbige, Editors sod ProprUt'ri Miss 'Lena' Drury returned homo 'last at Saturday after a visit to tier sister, Mrs. Kaye, Mattingly ijXjoben's. John Frakea. BlandforcLand Ashoraft Not la It. DEMOCRATIC jflCKET. Dnp in and VA"uiIno our stocK of Mrs. Wood Prico is extremely ill, notions. W. B. Ifrdin pneumonia has set up nnd Doctor Puscy KOTWSTATK snATOU Tho candidates for the State Senate and Mr. J. J. Creed, of tho Hart Hardware fears the worst. county offices spoke at Guston Monday. Co , was in tho city last Monday. My little nephew, Thomas Hodge, of There was a fairly good crowd out to FOU IIKI'iVkeNTATIVK Overcoats and LtWW cloaks at bottom Henderson, is recovering from a serious hear them. Klisha Ashcraft tho People's MIKEMILLER. prices at Kaye, MryMngly A Hoben's. spell of dlptheria. Party candidate for the Legislature wos Mr. Henry Head has been in the city Mr. R. li: Novitt aiid' Mr. W. II. the first to lead off. IOK bCllOOLibUrBlhXTRNDKNT; Ho is a fairly good several' days talking Life Insurance. Gough liavo been right sick, hut aro speaker and presented his claims in a JAS. W. MILIAR Come in ami takka look at the 5 cent traveling towards recovery. very creditable way from his standpoint. The World'! Fair was ofllcially Closed counter at Kaye, JJftfyingly & Hoben's. Mrs. Julia Richardson Brown and The only trouble with Ellshn is, that he Monday. Cump llendenson, Webster, was hero Mrs. Alice Brown, Ekron, were here on has been ridlug too many "hobbies" and The Ilupublicans are on tin run. Keep last Saturday attending quarterly meet a shopping expedition last week the pcoplo don't know "where he is at," Mrs. II. C. Rawllngs went with the or what ho expects to accomplish if ho Vm st it. '" f I Buy aiuackintoVK that you know will Masonic, Home excursion to tho Fair. should be elected. He claims to bo a Ask every Democrat you meet to como keep you dry, at wive, Mattingly A Ho- - There was a separate coach for visitors good Democrat, but his record for tho out and vote next Tuesday. ben's. or guests. past twenty years, as shown up by his e will begin a protracted Mr. II. O. Woodson has returned from opponent John Hardin, leaves one to beNo Democrat cau afford to stay awny meeting at the Baptist church here this his Becond trip to the Fair. Mrs. lieve that ho has been in mighty bad from the polls next Tuesday. . him its far as Louisville company, not all Democratic. It Is n week. Everything in tlastoro thrown upon but did not core to visit tho Fair again. The Repeal bill passed the Sennto pity that n man of Mr. Ashcraft'fl Intetl'-genc- e Monday by a vote of 411 to 32. tho bargain counteAat Kaye, Mattingly Little Coruie Ditto, daughter of Wm, and experience in politics should & Hoben's. M. Ditto, who' was kicked byh horso last bu led off by bo many false gods. Ho is Go to tho.polls next Tuesday and voto I wilt sell the Flage Carter farm on the week and had three ribs broken, is play- a good man and a good citizen, and we the straight Democratic ticket. ing around and is not seriously injured. pike above Cloverport on easy' terms. believe means well, but he is just a little , V. G. Babbago. I.understjiud Mr. Warlleld will open a off in Ills politics and needs n good sound Do not forget tho duty you owo DemMake your dollando double duty by bakery, grocery, and confectionery store spanking, just such as John Hardin is ocracy and tbo people next Tuesday. purchasing your doming at Kaye, Mat- hero November 1st,' in tho Morenicn giving him every day and will continue Put your cross mark undertho rooster. tingly Sc Hoben's. property, one door below St Cloud to give lilm until next Tuesday, when That will voto the straight Democratic Is it any wonderjlat shopmen are ex- hotel. tbo grand finale will come and Ellsba ticket. Miss Daisy Mclntyre was on the roll will bo ecnt homo a much wis-i- and betcited and salesmenXare busy u't Kaye, Mattingly & Hobou e? of honor at Logan College, Russellville, ter man politically. John Ilardlu tho Tiiic candidates for the Senate willspeak Mrs.'Patrick, formerly of Cloverport, for the second month. Sho is progress- Democratic nominee and standard bearat 2 p. m. and at Hardlnsburg united with' tho Methodist church South ing finely in vocal and instrumental er of Meado county Democracy followed in this city at 7. here last Sunduy bt letter. music. Mr. Ashcraft in one of the best speeches Miss J. Hardin, my friend, and Mrs. he has made during the canvass Clothing Come quick. We can't Mr. Gov. Brown has named Judge J. Crips Hardin makes no pn tentions as a public Wlcklifle, of Banlatown. to be Gen. A.J. stand the prices. Tboy are down at J, W. Richardson aro having a delightful visit to Holt, nnd certainly perfect speaker, but "he gets there all the same" Kaye, Mattingly & JloYon's. Grow' successor. Judge W. L. Reeves, of Elkton, Ky., poems of sunny days to enhance their and there Is very littlo Jeft of Mr. 's In the opinion of l'ostmastr General and candidate for Judgo of the court of pleasure. record or his politics when ho jicts Appeals was hero Wednesday. lluy. M. ftl. Benton has written us say- through. niusel, one cent letter postage is not John talks straight out froin Mr. Jeff Board and his two daughters, ing he would liku to hold service here the Bhouldcr and you know just where at this time. of Hancock count, are hero visiting the again but as tho Methodist church is ho stands when he gets through. Ho Juixik J. Allen Murray, of this city, family of Judge MUton Board. undergoing repalw, we asked him to will pull through an easy winner next has beon appointed receiver of the lireck That which makuwyqur living cheap is postpone his coming. Tuesday. Miss Annie Fontaine is with Mrs. enrtdKO Company (limited.) buying where ou efln get tho most for Tho greatest interrst of the day centerthe least money. VJ. Hardin. Blanche Fontaine, deep in the mysteries ed on the candidates for tho Senate, Mrs. W. B. Sneed was called to her of dressmaking which is BOmuc'i u fine especially Gen. Gross, who was a comOne week from Charlie Ulan-for- d and his men will walk up the hill home in Lawrence county last week on art as any branch one Jiun think of. parative stranger to most of the crowd. These ladies aro adepts along tho line. and then march down again. account of tho death of her father. They wcro anxious to hear what tho Dr. John Hardin lakes the cake on "big guns" of the campaign hud to saj A number of young ladies from were on the If you are a Democratic and believe in train lust corn for the year '1)3, but Judgo Wool-fol- k and when Gen. Gross, who was to lea comes in for tho blue rlblxJp in the ofl'aroso to speak, tho crowd bK Democratic principles come out and voto Friday on their way to tho World's Fair. t pumpkin Hue. Saturday hoinSented como into the little school houso k for tin1 nominees of your paity. Don't The railroad tux suit in which the peoono to Mr. R. II. Nevitt weighing fifty-tw- o gather at tho windows on the outside, all sulk in the trenches. ple of this district and the McCcackens pounds. eager to liearwhat he had to say. The aro interested will como up next Monday Mr. Thou. 11. DitUi was In Louisville General was in fine trim for spt'iiklnj. Ik Jack Gross is defeated next Tues- in tho Federal cohrt at Louisville. two weeks on the U. S. Jury. MMh Vir-ti- e Ho began by polling them why ho was a day we'll never hear the last of it from All persons indebted to ua will plcaso Moorman, Hurdiusburg, spent tho Democrat, and before ho got through he Republicans. Don't let them Jiave that como and settle a9Mo do not wish to timo at Arlington with Mis. Ditto and impressed the fact thoroughly on his pleas no Democrats? have accounts made rn our former busi littlo Virginia who is her own bright hearers that he was a Democrat and ness connected with .drug", ctj. Beard self again. thoroughly imbued with Democratic Ik jouaroa Democrat it is your duty & Bcclcr. My friends Mr. and Mrs. Jake Shack-let- t principles and doctrines, and as a chamto go to UwnAixWBxt Tuesday and vote Henry Harper, who went out to Texas with their little daughter Bernie pion of these principles ho could be the btraidT'2JDT"inocratic tickt t and Bee about two years ago, returned home lust paid me u visit lust week. Mr Shacklett implicitly reljed upon to carry them that yourneighbor does the same. week with his family. He was not has had a siege with typhoid fever and out. Ho made a fine impression on all pleased with that state and thinks Kenis quite thin. Dr. John Shacklett his Democrats present ami aroused them to Thk warehouse of Bridgeford & Co., tucky is the best place after all. brother is now n. covering from an attack the fact that it was no time to sulk in the stov" manufacturers, Louisville, was par Deputy Sheriff Miller reports thut tho ranks or support other than gqod Demotially destroyed by tiro Monday night, tax collections aro good. The new Inw of fever. Our corrctpondetit from Lodiburg does crats for ollice. There is no trouble in Loss about SOo.OOO. Insurance $52,800. requires that taxes must be sett ld before not even iu,rou ihat tho Third party men the ranks of tho Democracy in Meade. November let. anJ tho Sheriff and his will support the Hon. Chas Blanford. Every man of them will como galTub candidates for Judge of tho Court several deputies are biinging parties to Well, just "hang your harp in the wil- lantly to tho suppo'rt of tho cause of' of Appeals have been making a still hunt time. lows" and g to studying the atiifiis of Democracy aud tho nominees noxtTueTT in th'H neck of the woods for some time. You can buy good corn at 50cts .per day and roll up a big majoiity for Gross Win. H. Yost, of Muhlenberg, nnd Judge bushel, but it wilfnot likely remain at the situation. Mr. Lury, who married Miss Bertie and Httrdin. W, L Reeves, of Todd county, nro tho that price long as the corn crop is" short i Mr Blanford followed Geh. GW aspirants. The election does not come in the country and tliero will not bu Brasliear will known here, and wjio is representing tho drug firm of Vifrlf Davis He did not make his usual set snee off until November, 1891. much on the market. Detroit, Michigan, was hero last Friday hut devoted his time to the late primary Last Monday was a good business day citizens of Fordsville Imvo some in Hardlnsburg. There was u number in tho interest of his houso. Mr. Lury with a view to keeping alive" tho unThe pleasant feelings engendered in H$f aspir. tiona towards the formation of a of people in town, and all the clerks isncultivatid, traveled genthupan. What a mighty power is good influ- election, lfu failed, however, in his new ounty. They propose to take n around seemed to bo busy. Tho crowd slice ft" of Ohio, Breckenridge and Gray- came in to hear the candidates and left ence. Little Scott Grinncll was asked to purpose, from tho fart that Democrats play ball Sunday. He said, "Oh I Miss knew his object and they took very littlo son U.' the purposo and make Fordsville several dollars before going out. Nell Lewis, my Sunday School teacher stock in what ho said. Charlie's only The result of the local option election the county scat. The plan is hardly feasit) e as the now dominion could not held here the first Monday in August would be sorry and has- asked us not to hope in this raco is to creato h disturbWe as mothers ance in tho ranks of Democracy, and be sell supporting. last was spread upon the county court break the Sabbath." appreciate her kind, thoughtful interest. thereby draw that element to his suprecords lost week. Tho official vdte Miss Mary Adams and Mr. Dalrymple, port, ho can never do it. Democrats Cot Polk Johnson announces that his stood for tho sale of liquors 25:1, agaim-- t of Louisville, were married at Christ's know Mr. Blanford too well to bo drawn connection with tho State printing and 280. labt Wednesday eve. Miss Mary off by such a films y protenso. 1Mr. Mr. Silas Miller was in the county-cour- t church the Capital newspaper will cease on Janis a lovely young lady and is highly es- Blanford would like mighty well to Imvo uary 1st next. Mr. Johnson has been last week making his settlement as assoti ited with tho newspaper fraternity administrator of Allen Allen, colored, teemed here us friend of Mrs. Martin's the support of Democrats to help him on 'A. T. Herndou's family. Dr. to the Senate, but he can't.! nvejgel thorn in this state for many years, and his deceased. Allen Allen was one of the and Mrs. I) into any desertion of their principles of withdrawal will cause general feelings of most industrious darkles around here Will Puaey was one of tho ushers. Miss Ilia May Richardson made her a life time. No transitory dissatisfaction regrrt. and he left an estate valued at several debut last Monday receiving from 8 to can induce true men like tho Democrats hundred dollars. 10, assisted by a number of debutantes Skxatoii David B. Hill, of New York, Licensed to murry: Chas. II. Sp ak of this season. Miss Ilia is a graduate of of Meado county to throw away truo governmental policies and beliefs. They id tho coming man for President when to Miss Mary Alice Cox, Win, C. Arms the tiiiie rolls around for tho Domocratic to Mhs Ada Roxie Carman, Raphael Wellesloy College cultured in music and rccognlzj that "measures not men" nro p.irty to put up another man for that Hulling to Miss Jesso Alexander, Otc.ir altogether quito an attractive petlto bru- tho ncctBsities of the hour, and they will ollice. His late speech to tho Democrats M. Priest to Mifcs Cora A. Denton, Alvin nette aud I bespeak a brilliant career not imperil true interests to indulge in of Albany, New York, was sound to tho Shumato to Mica Ada A, Sipes, Charles socially. A Presbyterian lady of our community The News is especially pleased with core, and so clearly, and distinctly set V. Pennington to Miss Annie L. Hod.o', has presented Mrs Dr. Hardin a hand-som- e the out look in Bt eado. The Democrats forth the principles of tho narty on all Soloman Stilwell to Mrs. Mattio Ritter. conltibution for the M. E. church. up there are all right and they will voto questions before the people that tliero Since that little uccidenton the branch Mr. George Parker a prominent attorney right, and roll up their usual good macan be no mistake in the ability of Mr, last summer at Sinking Creek the boys of this place thiityflvo years ago, and jority. Hill and his oupcrb Ulnees for the Presiin charge of tho train on that road are a now, a wealthy resident of St. Louis, Mo., dential ofllce. STEPHENSPfJRT. little more partluular,and there is not like- has remembered the church very generly to be another Boon, from any carelessously through his cousin Mrs. James Wo have plenty of Typhoid, Malaria District Attorney Jolly seems to bo ness on their part, to say the leiu-- t of it Lewis. nnd Billious fe,ver ut present. getting In Ilia work on some of tho The two Jerry's who have tho train in Mr. Jatnes Lewis and Lawrenco Lewis Rumor says there will bo another groolllcials, who Imvo been so hand aro careful men. Til ford never engaged in one of their favorite pastimes cery store in town soon. with a certain clement in thp starts down Sinking Creek without first last week, making war against the Miss Emma English returned froni iwpuuucan party ixotauiy uollectoc - feathered denizons of the forest in Breck- ,i.. ....... Brandenburg Saturday where she' has Unntt .....i i.: -- Li.. HUWUir. tm cM..;.i'l inspecting the brakes on all tho cars be.1 atflfrfliiiB j1tui i'll. uiian. t "" UW t10 II1W1 It i tt eirikge county. Mr. Lewis was onco a been visiting relatives. Shaw has already been convicted and I to t , nnd , M(sn Grace McCoy, another one of our reniauio mmrod, ouioi iuio years businow tliey are after Mr. Scott. Fewr. can be but little fear of an accident ness and failing health have Interfered charming girls, left Friday for tho Nurofficials occupying tho position of Mr. His fine dogs wore poisoned by somo sery school at Jiulsvlllo. We regret to Jolly would have gone after such lurge $100 Beward, 9100. 'malicious jwreou a few weeks since. givo up but wo wish her success, game, but Mr. Jolly has plenty of nervo Tho readers of this paper will bu Mrs. Jennlu Phillips gave an aid social Mrs. Philo Hawkins, of Union Star, and it seems that ho is coming out on pleased to learn that there la ut least one last Friduy nnd a pleasant time is reported. wont to Cloverport Saturday to seo her top so far." dreaded dUeaso that sclenco has been The juvenile members of the society brother, Cluyton Crosson, who lias been able to euro in all its stages and that li generally attend in a The Republican, party is n sponsible Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Curo is tho ono room la assigned body, aud to them sick for some time. If one doesn't Mrs. Crafton Cunningham, of Cho-- for the Sherman law. It is responsible only positive curo now known to the mind, pandemonium let loose, or ia'nt of uault, was in towh last week rushing for the panic. It is responsible for tens medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con- a norvotH temperament its all right and around to tako in the last of the. World's of thousands of working men being stitutional disease, requires a constituthen noisu to children is an essential to lfair. thrown out 6f employment, thousands of tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure enioyment. Mrs. Tom Brunitt nee, Miss Mini business failures, for the stagnation of is taken internally, acting directly upon JfTfl. Mnry E. Lune, of Webster, Breck- Ragsdule, from Evansvillo sporit a fow businuw today. All of our financial tho blood and inactions surfaces of tho enridge, county, has sont Dr. D. 0. Pusoy days last weok with her sister, Mrs. troubles are duo to that unwise Republisystem, thereby destroying tho founda- a liberal contribution for the M. E Biggs. can legislation Isn't this enough to tion of tho disease, and giving the pa church. This is cortainly very kind A Voioe From Iowa. arouse any Democrat to his duty, Show tient Btrougtli oy building up tlio con- from a friend in our Bister county. by your voto next Tuebday that you Rkikibu, IpwArOet. 21st 1893. John stitution and assisting nature in doing Brandenburg has dnno like wiso for addon't approve of any such party being its work. Tho proprietors have so much joining counties and horo comes recipro- D. Baiiiuoe, GYovBHroHT, Ky. Sim in control of this government, either hi Enclosed pi casa find $f.00 bill .for tho fulth in its curative powqrs, that they city. If any of tho rtBt of our friends NrwB Wo havo great hopes of electing etate, county or city. offer One Hundred Dollars for any case down there feel like carrying out tho Goo Boies again this fall, if wu do, good th t it fails to cure. Send for list of Tes- law remember u to Dr. Pusev. Tho byo to Republicanism in Iowa. The roan hack ahiivh widow'a mite was smaller than any coin J crops aro good, the weather lino ai)d timonials. Address, Ot youare all ornom, rrallr rouI fur nothing It I) central 1 rr F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0, now in circulation, yoi it is recorut u as a times are better. Hurrah for Boies ami lHUHrN'H IIIOY II ITT fill K. beautiful example Small favors thank- Gross. Respectfully, kcurarou.ati(l1rftgoalapptUe. SeU 8old by Druggists. 75c, fully received, J, L. Bahdv. )r all Oaa&r: la meulete. li., St. Ii. A: T. Local Tlino I'nrd. .42 a.m. and Kxpreii going Salt " 10.S8 a.m. Lick. ' Wost ' " Fair.- 4.00 p.m. " East fcxpr.si Tho county candidates epoke at the Mrs, Cave, Irs. Asbcraft'u mother, " Went - 9.15 p.m. "flK has been with her for a visit. She left " Kast ...ll.JJ a.ra. court houso Monday: n . Lcoai Xrlgkt 9 JO a.m. " " West We have a few JWly rose Irish potatoes Tuesdays i i " Mll V Father O'Connor was tho guest of Mr, and Mrs. Gough last week. p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Rhodes ppent last OOINO EAST. Paiitnger ball; arr. Hardlnsburg.. TtSO a.m Saturday in Paynrsvillc, their old homo, hero.nud one from i A Urge party from Miss Carrie Buzby Is visiting at Long Ekrbn aro taking In tho lost days of tho WK8T. Public Speaking At Guston, FOR THE SENATE TALK TO AND LEGISLATURE A GOOD .... ... CROWD. -- ,- SIX PAGES. S for sale. W. B. IlAdiu." Ho came, he Kifr, hT purchased THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES i.ALL EIGHT IN MEADE. aNgkoss. r Ash-craft- feas-nib- lu to-da- y Haw-esvil- le east-boun- d i - Friday. Mr. Joo Glascock was lnLoitchfieId Saturday, jj Mr. Hubert Roberts wa3 hero again ....-,.- . Sunday. Mr. Will Qlurk whs In Loitchfield Monday. Littlo Elites. Hart Is numbered with tho sick. Mrs Jim Glascock has returned from Long Grove. Mr. Claycomb of Webster, was in town Wednesday. x Mrs. Stevo CrltchloW was sick several days this week. Mr. Sam llonnlngvr, of Wist View, was in town Sunday, Mr. Basterfleld Burton was in .town Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Clyde Hicks and wifo wtiro here Sunday at Mr. Coke's. Mr. Mlko Miller, our next Representative Don't lose your vote. Mr. John Moore and wife visited at Mr. Ned. Carman's Sunday. We aro becoming quito uneasy for fear wo will lose ono of our favorite girls. Whllo hauling logs last Saturday Mr. Pan Hicks hurt his right leg quite badly. Mr. Lon Glascock and family left for Meado county Tuesday to visit relatives. Mr. Morris and wile, of Antioch, visited at Mr. Jim Jarboes Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. B. A. Cundiffaud daughter, Miss Leila, visited at Mr. Joo Glascock's last weok. Aunt Julo McDaniel went to Loitch-fiel- d Monday to lay in hor winter sup' plies. V Miss Kate Glascock camo Homo from her school Friday afternoon, returning Sunday. Miss Nanniu Huff arid brother, of Cave Spring, visited at Mrs. Horaco Hunter's Monday, Mr. John Heuingcr, wlfo and baby, of Cavo Sprincr,nttcnded services hero Tuesday night. Miss Minnie Rhodes fell from n ladder at tho school house aud nearly broke her right arm. Quite a number from Antioch and Cavo Spring attended services here tho 4th Sunduy. Mr. Bill Hunter has been suffering .with a bono felon and had his finger split this week. Mr. Driskell and wife nnd Miss Drisk- from Cavo Spring, attended church ero Wednesday. Mr. Horace Butler and Miss Bena Roberts, of Cave Spring, wire at Mr. Horace Hunter's Sunday. Mr. Jim Glascock and wifo nnAMrs. Mandovillo Galloway and daughter, Zilpah, wcro at tho parsonage Sunday. Ono of tho candidates, Mr. Driskell, was at Mr. Coke's Suturday and Sunday, and mado a good impression pn our pco plo. Rev. Jim Galloway and family, of Hardin Springs, fire visiting realitives near hero and Bro. Galloway will preach at Ca'vo Spring, the 5th Sunday. Mr. Wash Nevitt, wife and two children, of Fordsvill', ca3j10 over Saturday and remained unM"day with Mr. Nevitt's mother, MrISggins. Only three men brought a beef hero Saturday to be shot for. Just think of it fifteen hundred dollars. Why don't somo ono come and collect the money? Messrs. Bob Parsons and J. Nick Mer cer loft Monday for tho World's Fair. We are quite uneasy about tho boys as they went alone, bitt hope they won't get lost. Thursday night after church some horses became frightened and ran back against Mr John Mercer's liorse causing it to run offand tear up his buggy. Fortunately no ono was in tho bug$y, Mr. Joo Glascock is a "hustler." Just after conference the decided that the preacher's horse was not good enough for theso rough roads, eo they wont to work. The result, one of tho best horses in the county is now in the parsonage stable. Mr. Robertson, of Daviess county on his return from Louisvlllo, where he had been to attend tho. Grand Lodge, spent several days hero with his sister, Mrs. Harrol, fien visited another sister, Mrs. Brown, of Garfield, before returning home. Progress r 4 h- - In Xo-u- r Interest STOCK." A Better Assortment. A'LARGER AUTUMN HANGS 1 j 1 c 1 The Ltidky Horse Shoe 4i .1 i OMER OUR DOOR hl i . 1 It means (1, Good Luck to every buyer who gets inside ofAour. store this season. P-T- , ' v-w ' AN ENTIRE NEW Line of Seasonable weaves, at prices soon dump them . Dress v GooDSthe latest patterns and that will off our counters. - - vest pare for the sudden changes, qnd better way can you do this HAHDIN81IUKO I'llECIKCT No. 1 than provide yoursejf with one-oJudgesFrank DoUaven, Mat Shrowe-berr- our WRAPS. We have a full line LADIES' CLOAKS, nil kinds, Shoriff-J- as. W. Wright. latest styles, latest cuts, newest Clerk W. L.HensIoy. fads. Prices arc down. Now is IlAnniNHUuita Precinct Np. 2 Judges-- D. It. M. Smith, W. M. L. the time to purchase. The very Kincheloe. best time. Don't let the weather Sheriir-ChaP. Miller. deter you from coming to our store. Clerk Frank Ilaswell. We wjll have colder weather soon. IlAitniNsnuna Precinct No. 3 Come now, Judges It. II. Adklsson, John P. jr. Officers of Election November 7 1893. in no f y. P Jar-- boe, of Glendcane, came over Sunday. Attended services in the morning, and treated themselves to a drive in the afternoon giving the girls a gllmnso of thier new overcoats, and attended services alono in the evening. Quite model gentlemen. Again last Saturday evening the cani:tLiuwS'M jy --l didates stormed our town and told how the county would go to ruin if thoy were not ehctcd. While we would like to thank the one who made mention of us as "tho able correspondent from here" still wo can not givo him tho "blow" as requested. Having never met tho gentleman it would not only bo "very rapid," but "all blow" Still as wo aro These days are as uncertain as living under a Domocratic administration Congfflfrs or a Jury. Warm wo suppose all reaJors of the Nkws will will voto the straight Democratic ticket cold ; fair yesterday, a and in that way our candidato will bo cyclone You must preelected. to-dato-da- Messrs. Vinnie Moorman and 'Mat ' THE WEATHER . '&k triJ 2 ' .- -- $ ' rles lias-wel- l, to-da- Sherlff- -a J?. Jolly. Clerk R, P. Shacklett. ClOVEIU-OU- SULZER'S , ' ,! PnECINCT Judges-- J. Sherifr-CJ.F-ella. No. 1 II Wills, E. M. parties. P. S. Our line of Overcoats you should sec. A Clerk It. B. Pierce. CtovKiiroitT Phecinct No. 2 Valuable Farm for Sale. Judges J A. Barry, Smith Waggoner. Sheriff Georgo Gregory. Clerk Janus Harableton On Saturday, December ?th, i&M, the home- lead farm ol the late M.J. Mercer, containing" 40 acre., situated In the Fork, of Hough. In Urcckcnridge county, Ky., will be told at public . Precinct Judues Np. 3 , SheriffThomas Dudley Hambleton, J. T. Carter. I. Wroo. Clerk Leonard Oelzo. Stki'uknsi'ort Precinct Judges Peter Macy, E. II. Miller. Sheriff J. U. Biggs. Clerk James Crawford. , , Union SrAn Precinct Jhdges J J, Severs, Ti. B. GarduerSheriff W. S. Cart. Clerk A'. M. Hardin, MooLKvviLtK - Precinct r , j,, ,,. ' hr Clifford Blackman A Doston Saved-Porha- Boy's Eyesight His Life Iot-aon- ed po By Ilood'a Sorsuparllla niood by .Canker. old, and it loft blrn very weak and with blood poUont'd with en alter. Jill eyes btocamo eo Inflamed that his lufforlugs wcro Intense, and ?" for aoven wcoki ho twice during that time to the 70 and Ear Infirmary on Charles street, but tbelr remedies failed to do him tho faintest shadow' of good. I wmmeneod tiring him Hood's Bftrsaparllla and it soon cured him. I haro never doubted that It ared hU Mebt, even If sot hi Terr Jlf. You may uh this any way you choouo. I am always ready to sound U19 pralso of Head tho following from a grateful motherr " My littlo boy had Scatlot Torar whon 4. year Judges, J. B. Manning, F. G. Parr. Sheriff Frank Speaks. Clerk J. D, Cunningham. , Wkhsteu Precinct Judges T. B. Henderson, II. G, ' Stuart. Sheriff Aron Norton; Clerk J. P. Stewart. Dkwi.kyvili.k Precinct Judges Jttloy Dowell, Joq) Claycomb. Sho'riff-- T. J. Jolly. Clerk Charles II. Drury. ( state of cultivation. s Description A dwelling-hous- e, containing eleven rooms, is situated, on the land, and a beautiful yard with handsome shade trees. There is a neyqr failing well In the yard of the best water. Has two good bams and all necessary out houses. An abundance of stock water all over the farm. Persons wanting a first'Class farm and a beautiful home wllldo well to be on hand on day ofs.ile. I'or further particular address I. N, MliltCHR, McDanlels, Ky. 1. C. II AMSIJY, IItchficldKy., or M. tint-clastwo-stor- of the price to bcnaldcash In hand, and the remainder to be paid In equal installment., payable In one and two year., the purchaser be' Ing required to execute bonds lor said deferred payment, with good and sutllclent security bearing six per cent. Interest from date until paid. Location of land, said tract ol land is situated on the Leltchrield and Ilardlnsburif road, nine miles" north of I.citchlield, an" Is regarded as ono of the best farms n Ilreckenndgc county. One hundred and slaty or seventy acres or the land are cleared and under good ence nndlnablirh ?eJ0"Jh1Prem.,,,0,'le I'lKhe.t bidder, one-thir- d u DOW MHKCKH, DufT.Ky. Dr. J, L. Moorman, Custer Precinct Judges Shcrifl Georgo Resident Dentist Office Horned, II. 0. Sprin-gut- e. I took hlra Could Nbt Opon His Eyes. Sandy Butler, Clerk-Gil- bert Pilo. , Hudson vili.k Piiecinct Judges Ih C. Drano, P.'C. Comer. Shoriff-G- co. P. Nottingham. Qlurk H. 0. Garner. CLOVERPORT, KY. will. ur. J, T. . Owen, East HjrlilR-ukinds of Dental work done and satisguaranteed. fir! faction Und of II tr ' beoausoof tho wonderful good It did my son.1 Abbib f. iuacKiujf, 2888 Wiulilnnton st Boston, Mass. Got HOOD'S. HOOD'S PlLLt are hnd mado, and axe pec ifX U owyosWea, yroportUa and ayytawact. Hood's Sarsaparilla Judges Jesso Tucker, Samuol Porsonf. ter than Qulnlno. Prico 00 cts. Sheriff F. K. Ithodos. Publh leaking. The camiiiiaU'sN for tht) State Senate Clerk.Mtt Coke. will speak at Hi tun8uurg, inursday, Rock Vai.k Pobcinct Nov. 2, at 1 o'cloi Judges-- H. ): m. u. Dean, D. N. Hurned. uioverport at 0 clock p, m, Sheriff J. B. Hunter. Clerk D. 0. Moorman, McDanikli Precinct Cliildron Hko to O. O. Cor till II Cllill rl.r tako i. 0. nlVY If ant ana triinrniitnnil inr ttu.' Fovpr, AcTiio and Miliaria Bet- ' .!. . Vri-&.- sik tal1it--jJT-f- a 'A.Jnijlid' ".. h ii nnnnTtaaBaag aa Wo do not Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEU 1, 1B!3. appreciable diilercnco in tho keeping qualities of tho butter, whether tundu from separator think thero is any THR BnElCKmMH.lEGR J,. NEXWS, OJLOVnPOft, n it it irf ritrfiiai. ii Mrh KY. liiTu , ,.r.- - ,..., J.. - ,.. - -- -- - -- 8 f or gravity envnu. Hoard's Dairyman. fe K r ir.'i rx !f g 1810 to 1855 that was at its height. Fortunes March is tho most suitable timo of were mado in thoso years by men who calving for largo production of milk at owned nnd rnn boats. There wore lota Tim Umbrella, the Umpire, tlio 1H30 nnd CULTURE OF MANGOLDS. my houMJ, and I milk to within from 8 tho Circular Not u Illmeult Task to Cut of Bteamcrs on tho river then. Tho emto 10 weeks of tho next calf, and by liav-in- g How bryo to flrnw it Successful Crop of These Them Notes About the Trimming-- , on industries of that period depended plenty of roots and Bweetcom it is the river entirely, for railroads had Vntimliln Hoots, Pockets and Openings. easy to keep cows giving milk iu Noonly been proiwsed not built. About Farmers as well us dairymen wore vember and December. I want them as long ago convinced of tho great valuo of Copyritfht, IMO, by American Press Associa100 steamboats were built at Pittsburg tion. "dry as a chip" eight weeks before l,ie root crojw for feeding to stock. Ilcro is annually to run on the Ohio nnd MissisThere nro now four distinct skirts, known noxt calf. 1 havo cows in their teens a plan for growing mancolds. described sippi rivers. This city was noted for that liavo not failed t6 drop their calves by n fwicossful stockgrowor in a lotter1 respectively ns umbrella, empiro, 1800 and tho trim crafts It placed on tho water, as foot, tho circular. The circular Isacomplctoclr-clu- , some of tho biggest and best running Aro ruuuul by caih while washed wall. in March or tho first part of April. I try to Country Gentleman.. Ho says: To say "codajwed" In their elmplo way with the center cut out for the waist, steamers were built at tho headwaters of to havo a fow cows fresh in lato fall to Tho quantity of seed needod is six Have tho friends of my childhood coine. In loose folds (with my Btrippers) do some dairying in pounds to tho acre, nnd And to maks tho hour bright and cay if sown by drill, but the rest fallingexcept that in nil aroundverv tho Ohio. tho winter, but many of theso soon tho Iwick Tho boats of tho early Bteatnboatlng Of that nUiht In my old home. half oh much it sown by hand. Tho seed with no Benin spring cows again. I havo watched is best sown by a hand sower, such as tho liko those of lost Benson, but fuller. It re- days were all bUIo wheelers. It was not I can seo tho lads and lassie wheel ' this in herds coming in tho fall and find Planet, Jr., or otlicrs of tho sanio kind quires double width material to cut these. until Into that tho advent of tho stern It tho diiuco on the earthen floor that many cows fail to get with calf un- that may bo changed by addition of Tho top is fulled into the belt to cause It to wheel boats occurred, and when It did As tho slnnthy, Jltf and merry reol Aro tailed for o'er and o'er. fit over tho hips. til grass comes again. Cor. Breeder' needed pars to a hand cultivator. thoy wcro not looked upoil with favor Tho And 1 often hear In tho lonely hours, The umbrella stylo requires nluo breadths by tho denizens of tho sido wheel crafts. Gazetto. crop may bo sown on a good corn stub-blWhile tho teardrops dim my sltfht, Tho sotiKs of that dear old land of ours but it would bo advisniVo to givo it and is narrow at the top and extremely flar- Tho rivermen regarded them as an inBISHOP BROOKS WAS CONSISTENT. That.weie suiik by thu hearth that night two plowings, so that tho soil is mollow ing, and generally Bomo kind of trimming ferior kind of boat, on whoso decks it each scam. was beneath tho dignity of n first class I!ut, ah, In tho pauco of tho sonc or dance lie Understood the Iofflc of Ills Creed and and fiuo. Tho fertilizer is .sown after outlines Tho empire Is composed of eight breadths, I tan hear my mother's sighs, steamboatmnu to tread. Accepted or Ilrjected us Ho Saw 1'lt. the final harrowing. Tho drilling of tho 1 can seo litr loving, tearful glnnce, Tho packets were of good elzo and Tho sudden death .of Bishop Phillips seed will mix it with tho soil bettor than and tho 1830 is made very full and flaring, t Hear her wurdsjif counsel wise Jojous L.Iss iirR misery. Brooks, tho gonial, nble?eloquent, broad tho harrow wquld. When everything is sometimes plain from top to bottom, but stoutly built. They were notBuppllod In more often with, And wherever my footsteps roam. minded and always fair and outspoken ready by tho fore part of May it is timo cut in a partial a flounceasBet on, which Is with swinging stages and steam capto give tho circle so The mcmoi shall La dear to me stans, nnd their engines were of sure but representative or JSpiscopnlianisra, re- for tho' sowing. This is dono most easily Of that lout nlfiht at home. when,aslsgencr-allnot eo graceful movement as engines calls ono of tho most exciting events in by tho hand drill, which loavcs-o- , roller -- Boston Pilot , tho case, It is headed by n narrow ruffle, tho history of that denomination his mark behind it by which tho rows may or the joiniug (s covered by somo' special now, nnd electric lights for steamboats were not oven dreumod of. But thoy bo seen conspicuously when it is desired f rtmYwtr not-- , All tho talk iu tho world will not con- election us ttshop of Massachusetts, kiiiB "ig mou In most cases theso are cut In tho form ofH'fi" ;u" '"Vr l'urIn,BU " jW.tnstanumg Ms rejection or tho tenets to Btart tho cultivator. Tho rows aro 80 vince you so quickly as ono trial of of his creed, or at least ports of It con- inches, apart, ,and by sotting tho drill a half circle, but In others they arc cut in ey for their owners, Witch Hnsrol Salvo for scalds, Thero was but ono organized packet right,4which may bo tested .ou d barn sections, with tho wldo cud downward nnd sidered vital. burns, bruises, skin affections and piled. tho matter of confirming tho floor, tho seed may bo dropped three tho top of each hollowed out a littlo and company running boats down tho river Vhen from Pittsburg. It was tlio old Pittsburg A. R, Fisher, Cloverport, AVltt & Meador election of Bishop Brooks camo to the inches apart or less, Tho drill covers tho' the bottom rounded to give it a flare. The empire- skirt Is cut much liko any and Cincinnati Packet lino, ami it owned Hardinsburg. standing committees of tho various dio- seed, and rolls tho ground over ft. other, but thero are eight breadths as .about 25 steamboats, somo of which left When weeds, begin to appear, a com- against the five. Tho top of the front ceses, 15 of them voted against him. Tho upshot of tho.mattcr vas, however, that mon cultivator or,, a small, light sloping breadth measures frqm 0 to 8 inches across tho Pittsburg wharf dally. Among thom tho election was confirmed by a largo tooth harrow is run in tho rows close to the top nnd flares to 23 at the bottom. It wore tho Buckcyo State, tho Hibernla, majority of tho dioceses, and Phillips tho middle, but not oVor tho seed. This Is cut Icngthwlsu on tho fold. The next six Pittsburg, Crystal Pnlaco and Pennsylro all stoutly Brooks was consecrated bishop of Mas- early, cultivation is tho main-point- , nnd breadths are 5 inches across the top nnd re- vania. Theso boats-wesachusetts in Trinity church, Boston, if it is neglected tho weeds get too thick spectively 10, 20 and 23 at the bottom. The built and especially adapted for fast ' back breadth Is 40 inches all , along and cut running. Tho laws relating to racing Oct. 14, 1891. This was in spito of the nnd largo on good soil and cover up the 10 n snort train of the fact that ho had said that tho apostolic young beets, making tho labor of tho then back breadth Is lu.tbo bnolcjbotop plaits, .wcro not so stringent then ns now, and entirely takn up in succession was a dogma that would make necessary hand hoeing more than the making this skirt 88 Inches around the exciting contestu of speed on tho river EVAPORATED MILK. tho Episcopal church tho "church of a crop is worth. When tho beets corao up waist. In coeo tho wearer is 'moro slender occurred dnily. Ono of tho swiftest of tho packets was in tho rows, thev may bo thinned out by tho breadths can bo sloped In at the top or fantastic litilo sect." tho Pennsylvania. Sho was tho largest A New Industry In Which Milk Is Itcduce-- J n common hoo, mado sharp and bright, gathered slightly to bring it to 'tho reWo recall no event of our timo1 that mill Canned. of the Cincinnati boatB and mado somo mado more clear tho hollowness of the so that clean work may bo dono with it. quired size. The pattern of a skirt is soeaslly drafted, splendid records on tho Ohio. Sho was There havo bcon two kinds of con- Protestant pretention to consistency and My plan is to tnko tho haiid cultivator, densed milk on tho markot, ono that tho nbsurdity of tho Episcopalian claim set 10 inches wldo or less, and run it given the measurement of lengthand waist- 210 feet long and 81 feet beam. Another which is boiled down in vacunm with to npostolio succession. It was a stag- across thu two rows, leaving strips three band, thut few.lnstructious aro needed oth- fast steamer was tho Alleghany. Sho was granulated sugar. This is an American gering blow, nnd so badly did some feel or four inches wide, by which bunches of er than to say thnt they should be cut on not so largo as tho Pennsylvania, but the invention. Thero is another less known that thoy tumbled bodily over into the plant urn left in tho rows, and it makes Is n straight nnd right side up where, thero was almost ns speedy. Somo of theso old nap or arc that comes from Switzerland, in which Catholic church, but tho mass went on, very little band weeding, or none at all, alike, liko pattern. Where the goods the Cincinnati Packet lino boats wero sunk, plain silk cashmere, etc., tho milk is condensed without tho addia fow burned, and tho others wore out in gores can bo pieced, as is shown on tho perploxcd ai.d shaken, but still pcrvcrso necessary. tion of sugar. To many palates this is in their inconsistencies. by taking what comes from tho top tho river service. As the beets grow thoy may bo thinned proferablo to that in which tho sugar is Besides tho Cincinnati company's packThe question of tho consistency of again, but I have found that when two and adding it on tho bottom, but this isnot added. Phillips Brooks will over bo n subject of plants aro growing closo togother thoy advisable if there Is plenty of goods. Some- ets there were several steamers, most of A third method of condensing milk discussion in tho Episcopal body, but Ij may bo left undisturbed and will bo as times two breadths can bo got from one them owned by Plttsburgers, which ran width of cloth by adding theso triangular has, been fouDtf Bucccssful, and the prodlargo ns tho s'.nglo ones. Somo of tho pieces. Sometimes by lnrinz ono breadth down tho river and which had no reguCatholics, who look out upon tho uct has been put on tho market to somo lar trades, but mado trips whenover and young plants may bo moved carefully to of Protestantism from oxtent under the nanio of evaporated rock of Peter und with tho chain of tho fill any vacancies in tho rows. When the' (that means double) up and the other down wherever there was occasion for their tho when cutting two can bo cut without cream. About 00 yearn ago n colony of ..papacy binding them to Christ through crop has got a good start, tho leaves meet piecing, but this will do only In cashmere, services. They wero chiefly to St. Louis Swiss farmers settled in Illinois in an adall tho ages, "Bishop",' Brooks was the in tho rows and save work in weeding,' plain silk, cottons and chevrons, chovlots und New Orleans, tho trip to tho last mirable grazing mid dairy region east of 'most conswicnt in tho wholo Inconsistbut tho cultivator should bo kept nt work and plain napless goods of extra width. named point being completed in about St. Louis. They brought with them their ency. Protestantism being founded up- as long as tho leaves permit. No other Velvet and velutina should never bo cut 20 days. Thero wero a fow boats run"up and down," us there is nlwayH a differSwiss ways and language, and their de- on u negation, nnd enthroning privnte crop ning up tho Mononguhola and Alleghany glows faster than this by thorough ence in tho shading. scendants have mostly kept to tho same judgment much tho sumo as tho extrcm-fisteorivers. Brownsvillo was as far up as f stirring of tho ground, nnd nono is Tho stiff aHUa, lining now used may bo of tho Blnkwater Improvements extended to this day. They havo a complete comtho 18th century deified reason much injured by weeds. I havo sown t n I brinoliun, homehalr or wlgan. If of horsemunity to tlicniHolvi'H. The dairy imlufr-tron thekAj' longnhela, und Franklin was tlA) cdKcs must be for tho distinction is only that of method, uuur inu unit wurKing unu uciore assumed from the flrt prominent not principle gavo Brooks and men like bun young plants appear. Tho long red hair, material, so that firmly bound with tho head of navigation on tho Alleghany. tho strong tho hairs will not proportions. Pittsburg Post. him grounds upon which to stand. He mangold is an excellent root, being ten- stick through and Irritate tho wearer, the' It was u member of this colony who understood tho logic of his creed better der and sweet, and moro easily bitten to faclug to be cut just thoshnpoof tho botafter much experimenting perfected tho than his opponents. lie accepted or re- pieces by stock of all kinds than tho tom and can be ns deep ns desired. It is American-Swis- s B ABB AGE'S method of condensing jected as ho deemed fit. have it made separate and cat yellow globe. I havo found this to bo a better'o to stitch it the lining, leaving tho lower milk without adding sugar. By a proc; o Those opposed to his exerciso of his convenience in feeding them. 'Whoronoi edge to come even with tho of ess known only to a few the wholo milk judgment liad nothing to fall back moro than fivo bushels a day aro fed thoy skirt. It should be Iu turn bottomwith the BABBAGE'S alfaced is reduced iu bulk to about thu consist upon except tho nccoptnnco of tho doc- may bo .chopped up in a box by a eliarp paca or black silk stitched, on with a maency of good cream. It is also steriltrines of tho mother of Christian churches, spado about as easily as by a machine chine'. If three or four rows of tho stitch-lni- t ized, so as to bo entirely wholcsomo; BABB AGE'S are sewed around, they mnko the skirt and for that were not prepared. Rather cutter. then it is sealed up in tin cans for use. would thoy wallow in tho qutigrniro of stand out better. When theso are first CupunS for Market. It promises to bocomo u favorito prod- uncertainty and loso themselves in the -- basted twice around the bottom and then uct, tho price boing less than that of tho mental fog that environs them than take "1BIn his investigation on capons and ca- cat stitch'ed on, the edge should be carenonizing, Samuel Cushman, poultry fully trimmed and then bound with bios imported Swiss condensed milk. Four the back conrse. but tho only course-- by manager of velutina, which comes in pieces thousand cows, with a largo infusion of way of Rome that could lead them whilo visitingtho Rhodo Island station, purpose. It needs more than onofor that bunch. tho Now York markots Holstein blood in them, supply tho evap- aright. Preferring to in the learned that groat quantities of capous as tho skirts are so largo around. This Is orating plant They say tho cow keep- assertion of tho doctriiopeiievero judgprivnte of aro received about Jan. 1. Tho finest to be basted with tho velvet part to the ers in tho dairy region of Illinois that ment, tho majority voted "aye" to skirt juid on tho outside COLUMN. their soil is peculiarly rich in tho salts resolution which forever destroyed tho specimens and tho greatest number and b7itedturned aupward thread, which is with strong nil o aro from New Jcrsoy. Nono aro re- to remain In. Then it should bo stitched that go to tho making of tho best claim to tho recognition of uny particucast, and those from tho and finally turned and felled down strongly dairy products. lar body of truths by tho members of the ceived from the Tho owners of tho plant aro very rigid Episcopal denomination. Today, in con west nro of poorer quality and contain a to thu underside. Underwear at Babbago's. in thoir requirements as to tho milk thoy sequence, they stund substantially just largo proportion of "slips," although Babbago'a for underwear. thoy nro growing better each season. Mevaporate. They will not allow a ration where their brother dissenters stand. HtjVctyou bought your Underthis timo thero is hardly a limit to triPY of cnsilngo to bo used. It is an interestFreeman's Journal. demand for capons weighing eight pounds ing question about ensilage. We find the wear. If not, don't fail to see or over, and "Philadelphia" capons bring makors of condonsed milk set their faces Babbago's lino. If you can afford to bo annoyed by SO cents nnd western 18 conts. against It to a man. On tho other hand, Largo birds sell tho best, tho hcavior Red Ties aro tho latest. A good persons who put upon tho markot some sick headache and constipation, don't birds bring of tho highest priced and best flavored uso DoWitt's Little Early Itisers for tho better. When selection can bo found at Babbago'B butter that is mado butter that com- these Httlo pills will euro them. A. K. 23 cents, 25 cents will bo given for fiT T JT jF Fine Candies at Babbago's. lo and 28 cents for thoso weighmands goldon prices tho year around Fisher, Cloverport, nnd Witt & Meador, ing 14 pounds. Capons killed at 10 or 11 uso onsilago habitually to feed their cows Hardinsburg. Wo will lot you wear our shirts months of ago are preferred, as thoy got on and pruiso it enthusiastically. So far if you will como in early and niako as known, there is no bad flavor about tho coarsp and "soggy" if kept until 13 IccuBttyrxaAinA A Dardlstan Ieenil of a Hear. seoeis' V I your selections and pay us tho in tW8Mlll butter whatever. It may bo that if there Two women, n mother and her little moutlis old or longer. March hatched ' " "'"a ' I is any bad flavor about ensilago it in- daughter, were ono night watching their capons should bo killed in January. Tlio significant prices wo ask for them. heres in tho milk und docs not take hold field of Indian corn "makai" against birds bought in January are placed in Prices won't stand in tho way if 'of tho round butter globules. tho inroads of the bears. Tho mother freezers und gradually sold during tho Amorican-Swis- s you want ono of our shirts. is always exhausted Tho condensers test had to go to her houso to prepare tho winter. Tho supply chemically every can of milk that food and ordered her daughter to light a before July. Prices begin to riso tho DIAORAM8 OF EMPIRE SKIRTS. Your underwear is entirely too comes to them. One experienco of theirs fire outside. 'Whilo sho wsb doing this latter part of February and continue to The bottoms of nil tho styles of skirts are gauzy for theso chilly mornings. go up until thero nro nono in tho market. to be treated In tho same manner, Which is worth noting by every fanner and a bear came and took her nway. Ho cardairyman. On ono occasion thoy found ried her to his den nnd dnily brought her They nro usually scarce in April and gives them a neat and perfect finish. The Bettor como in and get something traces of decay and organic poison in a to eat and drink. He rolled a big stono May. Seasons when grain is high bottom can then be pressed, and s ready woolly and feol more comfortable. certain batch of milk that camo in. in front of tho den whenover ho went capons aro not' so extonslvoly produced, for the pocket and band. Somo simply pipe They rejected it nnd proceeded to search away on his tours, which the girl was and the price is firmer. Frozen capons the top, and this Is preferable finish for all We'll make tho prices comfortable cannot compare with thoso freshly killed skirts to bo worn with a basque, but where too. for tho cause of tho tronblo. Tho in not strong enough to move. they are to bo worn with a short, round in spring nnd early summer. spector traced tho milk back to its origWhen sho became old enough to do Neckwear Btylish and pretty waist a baud Is better, as it offers n means inal cowyard. What was tho causo of this, ho used daily to lick her feet, by of fastening waliit and skirt together. Potato Nates. worth 50 cents at 25 cents. tho contamination? What do you sup- which they became swollen and graduThe skirts open in the bock, and the plackFollowing Is n condensed rovlow of a pose? A day or two beforo that milk allyet should lie barely large enough to permit Men's fancy 'all wool underwear, dwindled down to inero misshapen report from tho Utah station: was drawn from tho cow tho farmer had stumps. Tho girl oveutually died, and the wearer to tho dress, and it Increasing tho slzo of tho pieces of soed should be lappedget Intofrom the right side fine Royal ribbed goods. Somekillod a calf. He had left tho carcass In the poor bear, after vain efforts to reover tho cowyard Tho gonna of decay from store her to lifo, roamed disconsolately potatoes increases the yield, but it is ques- and firmly stitched. thing that will keep you warm this Tho pocket now Is often entirely omitted, it had floated upon tho air and fastened about tho fields. Dr. lioitnor in Asiatic tionable if pieces larger than fourths will Prices on these goods yield enough more to pay for tho extra but It can be set iu the back scam of the winter. upon . tho milk as it was merely being Quarterly. amount of seed required result of two last goro. It can bo cut round or Bqunre, as right. carried through tho yard to tho house years' trial. Seed from tho stem end of Is preferred, but must always be faced with A Hook Wrought Down From llnayon. and turned tho wholo batch putrid. Como in and make your solec the dress When two loops aro According to Mohammedan belief, tho potatoes yielded better than from the Bowed, one material. sido Hero is an object lessou for milkers. on each of the waist bind- tiona whilo the sizes aro intact and first copy of tho Koran, or Alkoran, soed oud result of ono year's trial. So ing, tho skirt is finished except for the tho assortment complete. their sacred book, was ibrought down far as triod no results thnt would lead to trimmings. Wo reSepurator or Creamer? With equal fiullltlea that Is, Ico and a food from the highest to the lowest heaven any conclusion liuvo been obtained from The trimming most In vogue Just now is fer to our fall and winter undor-wea- r. cellar which would you advUo a farmer to by Gabriel on tho mysterious night of tho use of largo and small potatoes for tho narrow gathered ruffle, with rolled buy, n creamer or separator? Why? Boed, Levol cultivation of jwtatocs gave French hem. This Is but slightly gathered, AI Khade iu the month of Ramadan. Which will make the best keoplng butter? sometimes with n heading nnd sometimes This wondcrf nl book,; written in heaven better results than ridged cultivation Hero's a cinchor: A fino Why two trial. Hoffman, without. These are set around the bottom It all depends upon circumstances, nnd and bound in satin, jewels nnd gold, was results of Rusk years'Rural Natural Gray Men's Underwear, und New Yorker or nt intervals up the skirt. Tho trimming frequently these circumstances aro of communicated to Mqhammodat differ- Governor oi a sKirc is so largely n matter of prlvato and the price and tho valuo is No. 2 wcro the most promising new such nature that thoy cannot bo de- ent times during a period of 28 years. taste that It is not easy to give directions as triecL This was done, according to Mohamhonestly $5. Now if you aro open to the best style, scribed in words. W. H. Gilbert of New Kerosene emulsion mado after tho folmedan belief, either jby Gabriel in huAll the skirts where the full cut bottom York, speaking from experienco as woll bargain, como lowing formula was found to bo tho safest Is Joined to thu rest have some trimming. to a big bona-fid- o as observation, has said jrepeatedly that man shape or by Gtd himself. When around on Saturday and take them' It may plain it would pay a man who had 10 good Gabriel acted as translator and commu- and lcst insecticide used to rid plunks of terie orbevelvet ribbon baud, Jet passemenbands or milliner's folds. nicator, hd did so "with a great sound of insects: cows to buy n separator. Formula Dissolve In 2 quarts of water' These last cannot be described, but every at 8375. music and bells." God appeared either 0. P. Goodrich of Wisconsin, equally ono can learn to mnko them by seeing it Don't answer that lcttor on h iiound of hurd soap by heatgood authority and also speaking from "veiled or unveiled during Mohammed's ing to the toiling point, then add n pint; .done. experience and observation, is more con- waking hours or during dreams at Bias velvet nnd silk flat folds must bo' shabby noto paper, corao to us and of kcroaono oil and stir vigorously for mado over crinoline to servative and says that a man making night." St. Louis Republic. kccpshape,(. Rows' got something now and nobby in fivo minutes by using u good spraying, of velvet folds SO cows can afford to buy a of graduated wldths'pluccd Simple Word's the Heat. butter from pump and putuping this lino, ono separator and power to run it. Tho Tho following littlo story is told of a vessel into another tho liquid frompamo at regular distances apart make 'a handor back When you aro engaged thon reasons given by these gentlemen for citizen of Port Chester, N. Y., whoso ed- vessoli- before mintr dilute into the parts, some trimming, but they must bo sewed on in the straigbtest line, forthey look boil with 15 thoir opinions are based upon tho fact ucation war somewhat superior to his of water to 1 of the emulsion. comes tho wedding stationery. Wo if they are not and show the tyro. Apply irr that, taking the average of milk through- wife's, a fact regarding which Bhe was a fiuo spray with a good spraying pump. OuvKlUnrKR. show a choice and elegant assortout the season, tho separator will recover Tery sensitive. - .Vouslilaraul Mutuality. TTJTjjtuluir.uml llulik ment of theso goods. of a On ono occasion tho man drove over to to from 'Mrs. Lakeside nrp Mr. It js popularly supposed that tho sud- -' .chop's second wife,You you not? Porki pound mora butter from 100 pounds of Whito Plains to inquire regarding tho All thoso World's Pair visitors aro i den downpour which usually follows a who was danmilk than any system of gravity cream- health of his sister-in-laMrs. Porkchop Yea, ho was marriod wear shirts bought of Babbago, bright flush of lightning is in some way onco beforo. ing. gerously ill. Upon returning he was But the separator, liko the creamer, mot by his wlfo, who asked of her sis- caused by the flush. Meteorologists havo '.'That's unpleasant. Whonever you proven thut this is not tho case and bavp must bo run intelligently and according ter's condition. a littlo row, he can bring, up Ida BABBAGE'S "She is convalescent," replied tho man. that, exactly to the contrary, it is not) first wlfo and brag nbouthor KOodnees."r It to seeure beet result to dkectioaa Wo do not Immediately and in the most emphatic only possible but highly probable thut', cau.be operated by band, but "Ho never triod it but "onco, and then' BABBAGE'S consider it eeoaomiottl or practical to do manner the woman cried out: "I want the sudden increased precipitation is tho' I told him about what nico men my throo Hash, St. Louis real .cause of the bo for any length of time. The expense nono of your soothing words. I want other hnsbnnda wore." Texas Sittings. of a separator outfit will therefore run facts, You tell me this minute, It my BABBAGE'S up to something over $00, and every sister dead or allver" New York Herald. Why Voge Is Tussled. An Illustration. man must Judge for, himself whether it "Tlnjre aro two things," remarked1 "There," said Miss Frances E. Wlllard, A trial Peddler- -" Is your mother In ?' will pay him to incur this expense. Fogg in a contemplative mood, "that t closing her fist and presenting it &s an skepticalwill cenvlHco tho most that " C. C. G. CcrtalH Boy "Yea ; but she's got three callers don't' Understand, One of these lsh0w! object lueson to her interested Whether you get a creamer or u, sepaaudience, CoHfrh Care" is tho greatest test, not alone and they've got to talking1 'bout servant the world got nbMtg before I earae Intrf rator, you need a Babcock remedy extant for "fs union nnd that" suddenly euro t tetJt your cows, but to test your owu girls.' Guess you'd better come around Hand tho otheriiow it ie going-t- gel; evorj' separate finger fly limply letting ef JLaarlaao. Croup, thoaaghs, apart, next'weok," Good News. work in creaming and churning. llong after I havo left it." Bxchaage. Colon, Ac. ' 'is diversity, Whlcjj JaJJie Btrongerf otenm-boatin- rnM ..t wP&. r " " WL'TI J' rTr HOME DltESSltAKlM 1 6TGAMBOATINQ ON THE OHIO. Was nt tho HcIrIiI of lis l'roiperlty Half it Century Aru. I'lio I Mil Night nt llmnr. All. inn, Inn the blackened raftcro rung With our mlrJA'JImt uulinnn nltfht. Ily lint shining Hwtli Ihetrlckctsuim;, Ami thu turf lire spai klcd brlcku And 1 often cIoku uiy wearied eyes lu tlilu la.id nVr Iho bliio sva's foam. Till visions bwect In my mind arise Of thnt last, liifit nhthtnt homo. Then the llddter sits In my futher's Beat, And (he kindly neighbors nil, When tin' ititor Is tlcarod for tlio dancers' March Cow. FOUR DISTINCT SKIRTS AND HOW TO CUT THEM. It was from ARE YOU LOOKING rWVW V. .' t . , i , , t .. t't't VV FOR BARGAINS. rWWW f. J . J" - lar. Do you want to Bavo 25 cents on tho dolWo have the goods. They wero pur- o, vy i chased right. Wo are going to sell them. Don't let somo ono tell you wo givo short weight, or that they aro inferior goods. Wo know what wo aro about. If wo lose money it is our fault, not yours. Having purchased Beard & Beclor's stock which wo will sell at greatly reduced prices, in order to make room for our lino of y De-Wit- t's """SS'-- N GOODS Which wo aro constantly 'receiving. Fall and Winter Don't fail to como and seo Us, we will show you them with pleasure, and make your heart feol good when you buy a pair of our -- ti V'V'''''' : $1.50 Shoes 1 :- - That look well feel well and wear well, and when you como to look you will stay to buy, and go away pleased and satisfied, - Is tho motto of your friends, KAYE, MATTINGLY & MEN. dla-gia- HARDINSBURG, KY. A VILANELLE. pri-vat- lioro In the dawn U henry snect Sweet to tlio lostu iiml fair lu tho sight: Hisses nro balm when young lliw incoL Tho heart In tho throes of tt first white, heat llurns, ii meteor slilnlni; bright: In tlio diiwn ii hoiii'y sweut. Enjoy whilo you run such moments fleet TIioho transient iells of n foml ilellnlit: Klbses aro balm when jouiiu lips meet. GlaJ ns tho mornlnir, Marguerite, An jour clrlish faco und your bosom white: Loo In the dawn Is honey sweet. Tho lilies smllo at our very feet. The roHCs biuili to our left and right; Kisses are balm when ount' lips meet. Wedded today In this bower discreet Our lives shall fall uion lines of light: Love In tho dawn Is honey sweet Kisses aro balm whcfi young lips mcctt Eugene Davis In Kate Field's Washington. Iju Tlio Cat Wan Hungry. A young lady bookkeeper employed In an office at South Manchester, Conn., has been iu tho habit for somo timo past of giving tho. office cat a piece (if meat for its lunch every day. Prccn- - Hon is taken to lay a pieco of paper ui aer tho meat to nvoid greasing tho floor, Tho other day at lunch hf"3 when th to was no meat, pussy begged 'jor Bome in her most intelligent fashion, and at inst going to tho wastebaskct drngged forth her regular payer tablo cloth and laid it properly for tho meat. Philadelphia Ledger. LOUISVILLE Correctly weekly by l'umphrey fc1..-- i r, Produce Commission Merchants, ajoSeconf. St., Int. Main and Market, Louisville, Ky. ; HIT post-offi- il'lllT!! M.WVHU Her!.iu BABBAGE'S BARGAIN pos-eibl- - it-I- "You nrtTvbry lato this morning, Mr. Baldwin,' said it dry goodd merchant recently to ono of hia clerks. "Do not lot It happen again." "Very sorry," nald tho clerk humbly. "I mot with it serious fall." "Indeed," roplled tho merchant, relenting. "Aro j'ou hurt much?" "Principally, sir, in your estimation," answered respectfully. "Oh, nevermind-that,said tho merchant kindly. "I am very sorry and had no intcntiou to bo sovero. Wo are nil liablo to accidents. How did you got tho fall;" "Well, you seo, sir," said tho clork confidingly, "I was. called quito early tljis morning earlier, in fact, than usual." . "Ahl" "Yes, sir; but somehow or other I fell I asleep again." "Go to your desk, sir, nnd don't try thnt on again," exclalmod tho merchant, with an air of sovority which was bolied by the twink,lo in his eye, which donoted that ho onjoyod tho joko. Now York Herald. '. The Host I'or Telepuotnng. The French languago, It appears Is hotter adapted to tho purposoof tho telephone than tho Eifgllsh. It is stated that tho largo number of sibilant or hiss syllables in English renders it a less easy nnd accurate means of communication. Somo English words are especially difficult of transmission by telephone. Tho word "soldier" is cited ns ono of theso. Proper names frequently occur in tho midst of an otherwise perfectly audiblo nnd intelligent conversation which tho ear cannot possibly catch. Theso must bo spelled out, involving delay. Electricity. tho-dio" rail. Medium Common Creamery LOUISVILLE. KY., Oct. ' lb3; Shippers should mark all packager tatnly a resa'. with shipper's name and BUTTKll. country 18 , Choice, K , If l: 31 KOOS. Fresh -- ' DEANS. Michigan, hand picked 1 7 to 1 85 1 F to I 8i ndlaoa Navy 1 ( Old or Common and colored to 1 20 DKIED Al'PLES AND PEACH S. . Apples, choice bright quarters ,fi to '4 ito-Apples, averago Apples, old.., 4 Peaches, new to Vd ; i peaches, old FKATUEUS. .1 , Prime, white goose- 38 i Mixed '4 S 3J 1M ...i Old No. I. duck 5 M 20 15 Oreen, pood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheer skins HIDKS. 3 5 : 1 Hens per lb per lb Spring Chickens, per Young Ducks per lb Oeese, fullfeatberd POULTRY. 2j (f 80 018 fu 8 T "' " Rocters lb. 4 I Turkeys ROOTS, 4 50 v ' Ginseng, Ky, and Indians Yellow Hoot .". 2 1 QAMK. Ill 1 ,(, 2 30 ,., Rabbit Squirrel 5 1 1 1 1. 1 Qull. Tub-wash- 0 7j (y 1 75 25 (a) 2 00 WOOL. Orease, fine Grease, coats 0 , Merino Burrjr and Cuts , - , ,,. ; ,.,., '. I(. 25 16 12 12 1 - Secrets of Dressmaking Tallow Q 414 , Ileeswaxr. (cy 21 Sorghum Molasses 3. (i() 35 HAY, GRAIN, FEED. . We quoto price on Louis' 'He city . tj i wharf) ' OATS. . No, 2 oats ,.,, 36 32 , HAY.', Strictly choice 10 5t ;g 13 00 MISCELLANEOUS. ;, '5 ' to-d- -- , all-wo- ol y Choice No. 2 flood Medium Good Bright Straw. Choice whlto Choloo shelled CORN. 11 (10 (A 12 00 0 00 11 00 5 60 4 75 r i " 4 l' ' M r . 42 CATTLE. the hlchly prized secrets ef tht. dressmaker1! sit will be divulged in flood to extra shipping Light shipping the series of articles on ueit uutcners Medium to good butchers ...., AH Home .3 t .3 t (04 4 25 10 t. one-fourt- C f 5 Cfi 6 70 Choice packing and butobers fl 85 6 1 . , Fair to good S r- Rongh C 75 to appear In these columns, They: Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under.3 l'l () 3 25 teach how to cut, fit, and make all , SIIEKP. the difficult stupes of the day. , 2 J' anod,to extra shipping 3 25 Fair to good ...I ifl (y) 2 50 Dressmaking linns ' 3 65 3 25 m Oct Them and Savo Them. LAMDS. ' Good to extra spring Fair to good 4 f.O (ft) i 475 J 2 fcd ( 4 00 - CLOVERPORT RETAIL MARKET. coaaiCTXD Apples, per peck wixklt. ' . - ' one-quart- er three-quarte- ' llutter, per pound Cabbage, per head Chickens, each Cora, psr bushel Ducks, each Cheese, per popnd , '.;....i.V!j5lO 'e. .....LHtylS to. , ;.......,T'2U ,.4160 ,....,. 20 0. 20 ;f"o. c. , Ro-pull-lc. New potatoes, per peck, Onions, per peck.., , Spring chickens, saoh.'. Wheat, per bushel EgK, Pr Joien..., , o. ,2uf7j)30. 0. 12Jjfc. 20 o. " 20 c. , iioaiung tars, ier apian .,........,..., 10 ,.0. , lomaioes, per uos, o.e. Sweet Potatoes per peck,.,.; ..,.'' ' 15 'V. urieu uesns 4 c. Dried Psaehet 1,.. 4 to. Dried Apples i,....,M 5 ,10. ,...1.... Green Apples. pr bushel. 75 e. Turnips per bushel ?3 C. ....u..,. ,.,,, ,55r,c. . t - T&rtfgsg ',JWHHWffiS5WSH !! Sff tt3tf8 WIHllli THE BREOKENRIOGE NEWS) OLOVERPQRT, Highest of all I: ) In Leavening Power. L.-itc- U. S. Gov't Recoil. urKiiB,iiii, o. irpiiTox ca maiUMta PrtVkl Bliould do. He would rido back to San Murcus, seek out Sheriff Mosoly, tho shooting and tho circum- Baking idly bout tho door ft'' few mliutes in tho hope that she might como out. She did not appear. So ho turned reluctant ly to uecompany Alcides. -- journey. Tho old man remained obduwho havo boon rate, and there was nothing to do but curod by tho uso of comply. stances and givo himself up. For a moIt will bo understood by my feminine 1.1I1UU1 JIUU1W ment his cunrago misgavo him as he readers that tho young lady did this k DO NOT Bfi DECEIVED Into purchasing realized that there had been no witness With very ill grace, and that sho roso u, i.v ,Biiuuvilun,iuiun uinfclirv unng The Ohio Chemical Co.: to the encounter and that his justificaDEAlt Bin: I lino boon ualnif vnur rather late npou tlio following day a lit.mm fur frOtnenn linlilt nmt ff.iitwt 4t twitttrl TABtiBTS and tako no other. tion must rest upon his own unsupported tle fretful and iross iu con sequence. da what Ton claim for it. I used ten cents Mauufucturld only by statement. Ho was pondering this fact , worth of tlioRtronrrcHchuu Inir tobiuroadov. "I i.upposo them earrings didn't fetch nnd ironl ono to fltc clmirs: or I would mnoko with deep and Increasing misgiving ne that IToiakor to tho extent sho expected," rrom urn to lony pipes oi touncco. iiumi enewcu "Henry Bruce," mid Jerrold qtilcllu. i ho rode forward when u familiar voice commented Alcides, who was making nnd nmoked for twrntv llvo MMiriMltid tu o liilckuL'ca OHIO CHEMICAL CO,, Tho old tnnn had already mounted the of yourTahlctS'curcdnioRoI linvonodL-olfont. hailed hint just ahead so abruptly as to pi durations to rido into town for some II. 21. JAVL01ID, JxllcMlcb. startle him and canso him to stop short. family stores l.o had forgotten. Tho box scat of his wagon nnd taken np thd 61, 63 k 65 Optra Block, DOlins FEMir, N. V. Ho whipped up smartly; and Fqur mounted men had halted ou the elder Dallas referred to some jewelry of reins. Tns Onto CnEMiCAL Co.t BCKTt emkn: Some ttuir iiro I sent LIMA, OHIO. for Sl.OIt worth of vnur Tablets for Tobacco IlabtBl received highway in front of him. It waff now glaring jKitteiu ho had recently pur- with a loud protest from axle and spring them nil ritrht and. iilthonch 1 wan both n heavvBtnokoraud cliuwcr. broad daylight. Bruco recognized the chased for Cyutiila. Ho was not alto- tholTitsy conveyance got fairly under they did tho work In less than three days. I nm cured. way. Jerrold tnrrleif only to east one Truly youre, MATIIEW JOHNSON, I'.O. Box 45. cyoa. familiar figure of Iko Moscly iu tho man gether confident of tho purity or riTTsnbnait. Pa. FREE. GiptalnJ,Juck Foraker was evidently who had addressed htm. Ills deputies. of his own taste. lie contin- regretful ijlanco in the direction of OnioCnKniCAL Co.: Gknti.f.men: lt.irlvc8 tno nlcasuro to sneak a The window; then monn'Ing tho gray tlipVorsofordiis evening's gayety. Ifci Jako Sharp and "Hninly Jim, wero as- ued Lis i reparations for dcpai hire, but word of prnlBe for youtJ"ablPtt. My son wnBstronKly addicted tothotiBoof Ilauor.nnd through ufric:mi, i wns ica loxry your muici. Ho wiimiiitiivy and ho dashed jif tcr htm down tho rond. hi ha"d sent tho latter jiortiou of tho night sisting him as mounted escort in con Svas quietly obx rvnut and critical. coiiRtant drinker, but after using you1 Aauicut uuiinrroanysnoQiutunnKinKi a few minutes tho figures of both men InMsltlng tho neighboring saloons and ducting- the hono thief Lent Wickson' nnd will not touch llmior of anv kind I bare wnllod four month before writing Mit-- Dallas took no notice of tho you, ih order to know tho cure was permanent. Yours tmlv. In monotonous patronage of tho San to the military jail at Bradford xst. her tiro, Sho was auno3cd wero lost to view in tho shrubbery that MI18. HELEN JlOnniSON. Marcus bars. At length, being suddenly "How now, pardner?" reiuaiked Mr. hud displeased for many reasons; at her bordered tho river. Cincinnati, Onto. grow strangely quiet after Tho hnnso impressed with tho necessity of presentMoscly geuially, slipping ono foot fret father, toxLfn tiLinpt termination vf licr Tiir.Omo Chemical Co: Gkntlkhtn Tour Tablets havo performed amlmclo In iny caso. I havn used inornhlno. hvmxlermlcaliv. for eoven Tears, and havo boon cured by tho uno or ing himself for roll call at tho garrison, from the leather, htirrap and throwing visit; nt Henry Uruce, for not proffering their dcp.irtnr(!. Tho ebony Amelia had w. L. LOXKUAY. two packages or your Tablcu, and without any effort on my part. ho had reeled to tho stablo, kicked tho bis leg easily over tho pommel of his sadtho attention ahe had detei mined before-Wil- d departed early Jhut morning for a day's' .Address all Orders to holiday at San parous, so tho busy sleepy hostler infoconsciousness nud roll-in- s dle. "Yer tukin rather nn early constito thwart; ut tho captain, for his RESPONSIBLE person into tho tutional, ain't ye, fur ono who's been np taibCtfpUbility to tho attractions of other bonuda of the kitchen wero hushed. A his UGTNTS WANTED sad Ho started out of town an hour beforo pretty near all night? 1 ain't sieciall)' 1)61101 and his disposition to bo convivial general air of repowinl indifference Dl, 03 and OS Opera Block. lima. num. 'W . rTuMlllAaHluM KIMlllSH fKtJ uurj Al niiuiik uteuenj luntnsi uiu sunrise. fond of ridiu beforo breakfast myself, (wliUo in her conianyf Cynthia wns too seemed to have settled down upon tho It wns this exhilarated individual, but Lcm hcto wns so anxious about get- - exieiionced in fho society of tho frontier Dallas much with tho snnbeams that with difficulty bestriding his gallant tin into comfortablo quarters I reckoned to bo either puritanical or prudish in tlio Blumborod on, its iorch. It Wrtfl l.tto in tlio afternoon when tho" gray, charger, who encountered Ilenry we'd better humor him, bo we've started matter of beverages, but sho resented tlio door ppeiutl suddenly and Cynthia came Druco n half liourjiter on tho San Marfor tho i03t. P'raps you'll reconsider on captain'n indulgence under the circumIho Iiclr tirilcimd. out. She was dressed as for a journey. cus road. It wajHbls gentleman who, thct position of yours last night nnd b? stances with tho sincerity it deserved. In Tho American Catholic Qunrterly Sho yoro tho long habit familiar to her Reviow the Hoy. Dr. Aagustlno P. Hewinstantly recognizing him in tho clear willin to celebrate thet pistol trick wjlu Thin thero wero other matters of light of tho moon, drew rein to intercept a leetlo gen' line opcdeldoclc.' not so apparent to tho mason-lin- o riding 'excursions, and as sho stepped itt has tho first plnco with au elabort v -- : :him, and it was ho who accosted him Ho produced tho well known flask at' mind, but which u sympathetic sex from tho doorstouo her daintily gathered nrticlo on "The Catholic Idea luthoNnw skirts revealed diminntivb riding boots fTcstamont'' It is seldom wo hnvo fouid nugrily, albeit incoherently, haing ap ho spoko and extended it hospitably to-- i will readily appreciate bematters parently soino griovanco for which ho ward mm. tween herU'lf and Miss Bertha, wherein nnd silver spurs. Deyond u slight red- stated, more compactly wliat Homau reuress. could hardly forco a omilo nt the tho rival charms of tho young ladles had ness of tho eyelids, thero was no trapo Catholics believe oa to tlio Nemesis that Bruce wiaueu Drucc, at onco noting tho condition of sheriff's facetiousnessj However, he took 'come in collision, resulting iu consequent of tho agitation of u few hours beforo, hwaits Protestuntxsm: but iu pliico of it a nettled resolvo shono the redoubtable captain, turned his the flask and drank a 'swallow of its con- jealousy und woe. Thero is no refugo in rationalism. It Will have to admit it if thoy will visit our store and seo jlio hrrsa nsido and endeavored to pass him tents. It braced his nerves. Iu a few Tho ngony of mind induced by such a in her movements. Sho passed quicklys is not better but rather worse than old without replying, but Foraker, perceiv- words ho recounted what had happened.) succession of causes is leudily apparent, across tho dooryard, heedless of tho gam-bol- iProtestantism because it ia more logical stock of Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes marked at tho' of Aulus aud tho bleats of tho teth- nnd consistent. Tho better tho logio tho reasonable " Yo don't say P remarked Moscly when so that later, when Mr. Buck Jerrold ing his intent, put spurs to his gray and cannoned into him with n forco that ho had finished, "So yo called Foraker 'rodo tip to tho ranch gato and throw him- ered antelope. worse and falser tho conclusions when Arriving ut tho barn in tho rear of tho tho premises aro bad aud false. It ia all compelled him to halt. in, ch jest nateh'ally dropped him right self from the saddle, ho was welcomed "What do you mean by that?" de- iu his t lacks when ho had a bead on you with a cordiality that might hnvo been Tanch, sho roused herself sufficiently to' destructive, and its final end is destrucbhut tho great hound iu a neighboring' tion. It can originato and construct manded Bruce, with difficulty reining in fust? Well, now, pnrdncr, I congratulate 'misleading. you. Cf you'd liko a recommend to jiue, tho prancing Buckshot uf tcr tho collision. "Wliat hosa yo got thar, Buck?" in- box staH'inid hook the door securely, nothing whatever, much less anything "I've got snthin to say to on, young tho Range! s' any timo you'ro up our quired Alcides Luspiciously, noting tho whereupon, without further delay, she 'better than old, genuine Christianity. IT BEATS THE feller," said tho captain thickly, rising way, I reckon Iko Mosely will boon hand enthusiasm of his daughter's manner. led her pony from tlio stable and saddled 'Christianity without tho divinity of und bridled him as fust as her cifger (Christ is not worth having. Without in his stirrups and leaning forward over with tho necessary papers. I tell you lAin't thet Foraker'a gray?" tho neck of his horso in an nggressiVo what, boys,'" ho said, turning round in "I reckon bo," Mr. Jerrold returned, fingers could manipulate buckle aud Christianity theism and natural religion way. Ho emphasized his remarks with tho saddle biuldenly and uddiessing the with a jrravity of manner that impressed strap. She accomplished this task with a cannot stand. Bcliove in God, nnd you his hcayy riding vjilp. "You insulted two deputies, "thet's ratlitr sarcastic on both Alcides and Cynthia. "1 reckon deft ease to wiuui habit had long accus- - must believe in Christ. Bclievo in n West Pointer, rnkln a soger out of so, Al, and I don't wonder yo ask inoVj01"0,'1 ll?.r- - w'th elu,,, readincss sho mo tonight. I jftunt you to und'shtnn irist, and you must bcliovo in tho 'rt;''Ient mustang ITPau adjaieut Wtrch. Itoject tho church, and you I3FEVERY DEPARTMENT CHUCKED FULL! I'm a West Poin'r and n damned sight his boots when ho wns fust with hi Tho fact is. eo much liez tilaeo I 'e" too good company for nny girl you or weapon!" ust reject tho truo Christ of tho Gos git it I tru0 B'n,ut' where sho effected iccess- RTICLE MARKED DOWN ! Lcncu last night thet 1 kin ? any other tenderfoot cshcorts to a ball. Jako. Sharp and Hnmly Jim, seeing 'straight myself or git started to tell it, fully 4lwft bumewhat discommoding pel, God and man, tho Redeemer of tho, You hear moVMie demanded with drunkIt will pay nny ono to como in, just to seo if thoy can't buy. that tho great man was disposed to bo I'm ndin thct boss because Ivo got per- achievement of mounting. Then with world, tho crucified, risen Lord of en directness, raising his voico. "Wass jovial, u .lived tho reflection with ghast- mission from Jedgo Pembertou to do so, a sharp cut of her riding whip she start- heaven and earth. Reject tho Son, nnd Como eorly as you can to avoid tho rush. moi o, she ain't much on looks anyway, ly men linen t. and because IkoMosoly hez seized Buck-- . ed Pcpita at onco into u gallop and you must deny the Father, tho Creator, nor stylo either, and thcro wasn't nny tho giver of immortality. Tho quick-- ' shot to transport n prisoner to tho jail struck out over tho prairie with u'dlrect occislon for you to bo so damned o'sclu-sho- ." ncss that showed her fixedness of pur- Bands of agnostjcisui, universal skeptint Bradford iiost," pose, Then, knning over his saddle-wi- t cism, pessimism, nihilism, will swallow Ho glauced quickly nt Cynthia. BRANDENBURG, KY h an insulting nir of giving very ira-pHer mind was made up; sho hud de- vou ud. "To cut n long story bhort," ho con- -' want to bo dov'lish cided what to do. Iu tho interval Binco tant advice, "You tinuid, averting his eyes from tho girl's Lightning' Strango e!ectlVn. enrtful, young feller, or yo'll get your-se- ll face, "Jack Foraker Was found lyin sho had learned of the misfortune that Probably ono of tho most rcmnrknblo !' into trouble mind that." had overtaken Henry Druco sho had dead on the prairie this mornin with a lightning accidents of tho period was rour nil ( " . .. "tituntl nsidel" Druco broko in sternly, weighed tho possible dangers of Ids posiP Mu a j ourwi. aflordlnr hitrh cultort in th Kk .! ln...t bullet wqundj in his left breast. His reigning back his horso as if about to rido tion and resolved thatassistanco must be that which took place in ono of tho eastboss was giuzing quietly In 'tlio neighern counties' lately, A man was shearAMrew .A.. . J.JJfc--JJtJ.Jlrrt. ou. 3KX. borhood; Thero .wasn't any explana-tlofir- sent lri in nt nil hazards. Tho foreboding a sheep. Another man, passing on a 'Tryin to get away!" said tho captain tho shootln, nnd nllorta bf tlieo ings of Alcides wero scarcely spoken pony, stopped to exchango a few words with a sneer, attempting to intercept ries were flin about nt "San'' Marcus, when they nwdko tho courage nnd symwith tho shearer and watch tho clipping him by keeping his gray in front of him when aeouploof fellers rode into town pathy of her resolute littlo heart. She operation for a minute or two. lie had flu flnft fkppiutuon or (iiitruiTvoniiT. with whip and spur "try in to get away, und allow i () thet they met; Iko Mosely had waited ouly to seo if her father or been standing there but a verv short WAYNE'S Con venn nt llarrtlnaburg looond Monday In nro ye? I want you to und'shtan. and his deputies half way to The Post, Jerrold would leturn to 6end tho'varn-in- g time when a sharp crack of thunder was Vehrunry. May nnd Oetober OINTMENT! the former had suggested; Thoy had onng feller, you can't do that until I'm and thet they bed tho man who dono it." T. H. MoBealh, Judge, Leltcbfleld, Ky. preceded by a blinding flash of lightning. iwlthoit uf InUtsU I ms dona with you. I want you to und'- Weed S Chelf, Commonwealth'! Attorney, Famh(.r udn dead. "And who was it?" asked Alcides not dono so. Roused now to a fover of Tho shearer was startled almost out of Mntaiciot. avrti Hf , w. ioihl cn. kii Ky. excitement ut tho delay, sho had deter' his sht.in" "How's thet?" ejaculated Mosely, turn- breathlessly. traction eft ui lm. senses by Beeing tho jxinyand its V 0. Ouhbage, Master Commlialoner, liar AeM kATlnr lint hero Druco struck Buckshot Bharp-l- y ing agalu o Binco ns tho latter repeated Buck Jerrold glanced again, at Cyn- mined to bo tho bearer of the tidings rider auddeuly collapse in a heap, but In 3fcifc fcudi. boM. v baaJtk dtneburg. Ky. itl t lr. wh u for&Oeli. Addrval Pk. . i nd attempted to dash by him. Aollby drarcUu.or nt byttall ul his intention of giving himself np. thia. She was (.eutcd on tlio tfoowtrtnn herself. P. K. llbnde, SberlfT, MoDagiela, Ky. gwiia Sol,rMlvltlf bit. Fa. All jourtiil,l fctn, To seo Colonel Hunt, .yy)- - j was a f rfciid FClsecond the mauwaa up, qnito unhurt. 1 ho captain wtw his intent, and strik( Charles Miller, Ilordloburg, Ky. "You'ro thinkin of coming along with of tho ranch with clasped liamlA' ancrn V uaepueru, happening to giatice men tno I ft Tl. niitlt.J V I llo.n.u ing his spurs into his horso made- au ef- us? I reckon wo'vo got about nil we kin startled eyes, noting every detail of the of her father's and well known to Cyn(.....,.. L' W. S. Cart, Union Star, Ky, to acquaint him with tho circum-- ' ut tho animal beneath him, found that thia; I fort to stop him a second timo by runtako caro of today," winking craftily at intelligence. tho lightning had bcrvcd it as it had It. 6. Sklllman, Clfrk, Ilardintbure, Ky, ning into him. Tho effort proved fatilo. tho deputies. "Lem, hero's n big con"I don't knownotliin about tho matter stances of tho tragedy of tho early morn- served tho pony Tho sheep wns stone Frank DeavlnrSutTeyor, Cloverport, Ky. Bit' 'tshot had already got under way. tract to handle, and it's pretty good and myself, ono way or t'other," responded ing; to champion Bruco'sf cause to the 'dead! Storlco uf Gmitt'I.uolf. Jubn SUtont J iller, Ilardlniburg, Ky. Thin, it may bo us well to state, En; aged at his want of success Foraker ( itninBcnFerj1-usoncollec,torothe COUNTY uouitr free lountry all around about here. My Buck, tnriilnp his eyes inward as if to utmost, aud so work upon tho sympaIs, a perfectly ti itu btory, Londpn s. Convenes third Monday tn each month. t thies tho ranger captnin that ho would fprrj-boaros in his stirrups and as Bruco passed eyes sorter failln mo after lust night's escapo tho imputation of being responJJ(fo, ift nlwajs reminiscent. Tbbmas Adklsifm, Judge, Ilardlniburg Kyi his men and go at onco to Bradsummon hin struck him over tho head with his business and my hcarin bein onsartin, 1 sible for what ho was about to communiTho other d.iy tho captain said to me; Milton board. Attorney. Ilardinebure. Kv. hti'vy riding whip, summoning tothoef-fo- i don't know cz I hev any kuowledgo of cate, "but Ridgo Bartrnm said thet the ford iiost this Was tho errand iho cour''You seldom hear of tt man making I'rench Po!lf.'im. John B. Monarch. Olerk, Ilardlniburg, Ky, ageous girl had undertaken. t all tho strength ho could muster. COO.000 in ono night in theso days, out I lum-rr:itiYSuppose French iwliteness ii n myth, this onexpeeted mcetin out here on the man they lied woVridin Backshot, aul couirr. Convenes f mrth Monday In Marob, June And now as bIio set out upou this mad It is one to be) cultivated the world dver. know of Biich nn Instance. Mr. Colo-maTlio blow mado Bruco reel in his sadroad. I reckon, ef I should e er get to thct ho had confessed to heviu shot For-akSeptember end December and? divide her pulses 'Even the huinbhyt pe.iBaut in tho smalldle. For a moment ho feared ho should hear of any seen encounter, it might bo who ran a foundry ou "Washington in it hand to hand tight on hossback ride over valloy ' fllAUIVI'CltlAI, IM.STUICT.N. tlirobbed with anxiety nnd her hea'rt est proviueo is endowed with au all con- street, near Brook, did It. In relating it be unseated. Tho next, wheeling his necessary fur mo totaketomouction,but early this mornin." IUkdinsburq. Courts on Wednesday sue hor-- o about, ho dashed iigainst Foraker, grew fafnt, fearing some possiblo misto mo ho exhibited ho delight whatever. eeedlng the first Monday In March, June Sei was it?" Cynthia broke-i- n cz tho ciibo stands jest now, yo see, I'm quering conrtesy that Is brought Intb "But who chance that might cause the failure of play in tho most commonplace matters. His worda wore: 'Captaiil, I made $007-00-0 tembcr and Ilocamber. Magistrates, Ben ' clonng with him in a mounted struggle not aware thct any thingout of tho br'nnry impatiently, Millar and Lum ' Constable, Lee III her plan. What if the colonel should be If Our men could only Iio taught some of Iho whip. for last night; went to bed early and op, UardlnsburgDlack. Court. "Henry Bruco," said Jerrold quietly. hez occurred." City Ii. Hut' At tho horses cama together Bruco There was a dead Bilence. Dallas nnd absent! What if tho rangers had nioved It, how" tliucli more easily would run tho slept couudly, You )ni6w tho prico of Mayor; Dent Uroirn, Marshal; J.V. Q, B In spite of tho sheriff's humorous saw tho captain shift his whip' to his left of the event of tho early morn- Jerrold. exchanged glances. "A moment their camp from the locality sho sq well wheels of life's.inachiUeryl Business ii iron went up, nud fortunately I had huge, Attorney, City Court, civil terms, 7 hand suddenly and caught tho ominous ing, Bruce still persisted in his plan of later Cynthia roso to her feet, white as know and hud so often visited with her business, of Course. Tho rush arid worry enough on hand, which I had purchased Monday In Mar'h, June, Sopteniber and ' glitter of a revolver in tho light of tho giving liimself up, urging that this was tho neighboring wall, and ran quickly father! 'pf nfohey getting dwarf tho real nature, at u low fijfuro, to not nio u fortuno,' As eeuber. CLOYRiiroRT. Courts Thursday sucoee What if sonio other warning- - had yet at the'samo timo stocks would net no Captain Ferguson concluded tho story moon. Ho had barely timo to crouch iu tho best and most honorable way of into tho house. In tho bush that fob the the saddle when tho weapon was fired, clearing himself from tho imputation of lowed her departure th6two meii grdtv called theso k adventurous men nvay moro irregularly, blllrf would be no less ho told another of bow Dennis Long and first Monday in March, June, Septe December. Magistrates, Dudley I froiii their headquarters, nnd she should ready to lie paid, panics, vOuld occur th bullet whistling closo nbovo his foul play. To this tho geninl Iko cheer- restlebs. mado ?2OO,Q00 because tho prico of iron bletnn and Joseph Mullen. Constable, ' nb arrive to find tho phtco a solitude und more frequently If tho arbitrators Of dropped out of 6ight. It was just nt a Keenanr JCloverport City Court. Civil ' he.id. Clearly tho timo for temporizing fully opposed tho folly of any one's putThe old man vas tho first to speak, l. herself powerless to aid or savo him! In great affairs would but remember to timo when Mr, Lomj had fulled iu busi- first Monday In Marob, June, September had passed. Forbearance wns now ting himself iu tho clutches of tho law and when ho did bo it 'ns ill tones of terror nt the thought sho piled without bring into tlieiqbuninoss life a little more ness and told Captain Ferguson that ho December. Mayor, Charles Llghtfoot. In nn instant Bruco had drawn for killing his adversary in a fair fight, sbal, James Hutubleton. hij own pistol, and as tho captain railed and tho risk of exposing himself to tho Hi debt. "Waal, dent my skin, ef thct young pity both whip and spur, Tho panting of tho Bottenlug influence or refined was MoDiMUU. Megiitrates, Henry It. Pepita fairly flew! Used as sho wus to courtesies that nro tho flowers in a meadhis arm a second timo ho leveled it upon infuriated soldiery nt tho post, who feller don't deservb tho thanks of tho "Well," said tho captain, "Dennis Long Rock Vale; Sam W. Paraona, McDi the saddle, tho breathless hasto, the ow of rank weeds, Now York World. him. Conitiible, (leo. W, Burton, Bu(h. Cou went up to Iudiauupolis to bid tin the county!" ho exclaimed, slapping his would naturally feel a partisan resent-' Tho two weapons oxploded simultaneleg iu self congratulation over Foraker's ngony of that terrible gallop, remained meat nt tho death of their chief. construction of tho city waterworks. RockinVale on Friday succeeding the first March, June, The IIPMTleitt I'urt oTths llnily. reously tho flash from his opponent's Finding at length that Bruco was de- untimely decease'. "1 allers did take always an event in .Cynthia's memory. Thero was but ono other bidder, and day and at JloDanleliSeptember and U Tuesdeys alter t,' Bulk for bulk tho heaviest jwrt of tho Mr. Long was awarded tho contract ber, volver almost blinding Bruco as tho deaf termined, Mosely reluctantly acquiesced, consuler'blo stock 'in Ilenry Bruce, and She heeded not tho familiar landscnpo, ening reports rang out upon tho still air. but insisted that ho should accompany now I'm a tenderfoot if ho nin't.Hziu undulating over before her Hko a billowy body is the head, Not only nro tho bones Not long after Iron began fluctuating, ond Monday In said months. Geo. IIunso(.vn,ic Mogistratta, l At tlio sound of tho shots tho horses them ns if merely a traveling companion my estimation a clean hundred percent." sea; the alarmed cattlo that fled in u constituting the, skull moro dense than and Long's estimate having been made Cuateri Henry C. Dr ne, Hudson. C( sprang apart, and through tho smoke and not under arrest. Bruce was about thoso of any other portion of the skel- ou tlio b.tsls tlmt iron wonld advance Jobn Ncvitt, Constantino. Courta at I) Buck Jerrold assented, with less em- panic from tho thunder of her approach; that hung heavily between them Bruce to reply, when it suddenly dawned upon phasis. Ho wus pondering the nbsonce the occasional kinds of antelope that eton, but the brain, which thoy protect. still more in prico, it already being high vllle 6u Wedneedoy succeeding the Monday In could seo tho captain endeavoring with ,him that ho was riding Buckshot, and of Cyftthin. dashed away affrighted; tho flocks of is, bulk for bulk, heavier than ony other at tho timo. ho of courso found that as cember, and March, June, September ai at Cuater on Tbu'aday fo difficulty to keep tho saddle. IlarUly that ho might bo Biuiected of having i4miil and duck that wk'rred to organ. 'I tie average weight of tho utlult it decreasedho was reaping u golden the amo month. VThar's uo discountin tho fact thet had ho realized that ho was himself un- stolen the horse an" act generally re- -, Jack Foraker's death's a public benefit," tho right und loft as she dashed through human brain is, 2.117 per cent of that of narvest. Magistrates. Itllev lUwi.KYVILLK. well, iron went uown uiiu hurt when Foraker Hwayed suddenly in garded by Lono Star tribunals to bo less ho replied, with cheerful philosophy. copso and underbrush or caino Buddonly tho wholo IxJdy, but with the newborn down. When it stopped, it was worth Irvlngtnn ; 0. 0. Martin, Big Sprlris Courta at proiiortlonato his Ltirrups and fell heavily to tliogroijnd. justifiable than actual homii-ido-. outlying Ho "Bul reckon, Al, thar'a a good many upon somesped, whilepool. trees flow reel- child thonveragiug 14.41 weight is much hardly anything. Mr. Long, as I said, atibte, John 1'ileit. the aeooidIlewlej Friday succeeding Mo; greater, The gray trotted off a few paces and Hien jior cent. Tho made $200,000 by this, and bo's beon March, June, On sho ez is Jakin pretty bard tho mess young tho hi? position to tho sheriff, September and Decembt relativo weight, pf tho entiro skeleton to making money over Binco." Louisville Webater on Saturday. stopped quietly to graze. "Don't let thet worry you," replied Bnico'hcz got hiniself inter. If Becuied ing by and tho ravens croaked an omi Bruco threw himself from his iprso that worthy, quickly cutting tho Gor- - to break iho Kernoehans'up pretty bad, nous prosago from tho wayside. Popltn the body is 15.35 per cent., and that of Courier-Journa- l. Unioa Stab. Maglatratea, James over tho prostrate man, The dlanknotof the difficulty with official and Miss Stafford was plumb bebides was flagging a little. Sho hud still soma its muscular Investment 4i).l. Tho and bent Union Star) John W. Jarrett, Step' ; heart, which keopstho whole human ma captain was lying upon his face, his promptitude. Conatable, Jkbei Haynes. Courts i miles to go. Tho sun was sinking slowKnt Are Great Travelers. 'Ef you'ro bound tol herself. They eft town fur tho Moson Wednesday succeeding the tb hand still grasping tho revolver. A 'make mearrestyo, thet matter's easily quito" ranch ez boon et they learn the ly but surely to tho horizon. Yot tnk- - chine going, tho motive power and supRats do not as otio would suppose, re- Star In March, day June, Soptembrr and slight siuoko issued from tho damp barsettled. Freeze to tho critter, pardner.1 fatts.'und Phil Kernoclmii said ho was ing ovir witty tho skill of tho frontier port of vitality, has, notwithstanding tho main ou the ship, bnt got off at various ber, and, at Stephensport on Tbursda rel. As ho turned tho body over, somefor tliQ rest-o- f this trip. Tho stato al- - goin to Tho Post afterwards." the shortest and most direct routo to her immciiHo uniontyt of work it does and part, nnd after remaining a while ship ' risVvi. couut. thing warm fell upon his hand, causing Iowa mo to provide, tho means of bringini A slight rustling in the direction of rendezvous, nlunging through chaparral tho muscular energy It lias to bring to ou sonio other voasol for another voyage. At Hardlnsburg on him an indescribablo thrill. It was in my prifoners, understand? It won't' (Cynthia's bedrooui showed that Mr." llcr- - at tho peril of life und limb, her garments bear upon that work, merely u relativo The water rats or whurf rats aro great Monday In April and Tuesday after October. blood from a wound in tho breast! Tho bother Jerrold much. torn, her pony bleeding from tho thorny weight of O.fia to tho whole framework. travelers und make frequent voyages I reckon I'll 'roul 'b facts w;ro noted. X Ynnkeo Ulodo. red drops wero trickling fast over tho "Doggono It, Buck, j'o'ro lightl" extho nulinul fur your partiekler around tlio lakes and even around thicket, slio still held her course to! tlio of his uniform. Foraker was dead. front westw nrd nnd galloped on with a courtho. world tliii latter ns claimed Alcid s suddenly as tho possidiscovered The Lydlaus had gold coins at tho closo Notwithstanding tho justice of his acble danger of Brace's suggested itself to age that in man would ha vo boon horoi6, noT century, B. C., and Groeco whilo eugaged. in West India service, of tho ninth tion, Bruco rose to his feet with an overCHAPTER XL but in'vvoinan was sublime. "Them sogers of Foraker's proper ut about,tho close of tho eighth T)iero are hero now rata from almost Do you w them? When next In m$ mastering feeling of awe. As he stood Tho event of tho San Marcus ball had company miplit tnko it into heir cussed globo. Why, I saw part century. The Romans coined their first every cojobsulof tho (TO UK CONTINUED.) est In tha warld. gazing down at tho dead man, and tho not proved entirely satisfactory (n CynHeads to Uo ugly, ahd then tliar's no Juniulca rats, with their four silver iu tho year 281, D. C.j and gold 73 wjiito so lately opened upon him in hate thia, nor her stay with MlssBtrihaMav- - - tollin what thuy iliightu't jest nateh'ally ejes 5.00, SMMKk. 49 111 bellies, skipping about iu tlio moonyears Inter. ituml blankly up Into his, ho tottered crick on unalloyed delight. sWr - re- do." light u fow weeks ugo, und-oniyesterTiO 4.00 SBBWG , My nnd felt faint. Whito as was tho facoof turned, to tho Dallas ranch with n very Ho turned his dull eyes toward the Tlio philos6pher Sclryjbfnhnner says day I killed two Indian male rats not 3.50 tho dead, His own was yet whiter and decided feeling of disappointment. PerChildren Cry for Pitcher's Castorfa. that a man's intellect may bo measured 2Q0 feet from wherq wo wero standing, took on a ybiutly expression in tlio cold, haps the behavior of Alcides ou tho ovonn river and devoted bomo moments td pro2.50 Rats nru great climbora when they by his enduranco of noiso. Ho adds that gray light that bcemcd suddenly to pos- lua In question nensibly aggravated tills found meditation. "I'm not no sure it wouldn't bo n right liud it lacetsaiy to bo eo. Upon one of ho never known man with a barking do 2.25 sess earth ami sky. Bruco gazed vacant statu of mind, smart idea to let Colonel Hunt and his my voyages not long ago wo had u long in his back yard who was not a fool. ly about him and realized that it wui Tho door had baldly closed on tho do rangers know haw matters stand," he When Bbjr vu nick, gtre her CutorU. 2.O0 rpell of warm weather, aud thero was When ne Wu child, the cried for morning. A faint flush was visiblo in parting Foraker when .tho old man prei rOR .tlril .iBBBBBBBBWaJK. .1 Cwtort,' suggested. Ho glanced inquiringly at Wo never seo everything thnt'Is about no water In tho hold which tho small tho east, When the became MIm, the clung toputorK' scntod himself, gun in hand, beforo tlio lost two of see It was no sense of guilt, but the sick, astonished Maverick household and ex Jerrold. That gentleman appearedgo to When ihebod Children, the care, them Caslorlv us, and no things. us ever sees precisely army pf rata oji board couhl get at. Onq in thought. "Waal, I reckon I'll Each what his night wo put soino water up ut tho cross tho,name cnlng realization of havingseut a human citodly itiiiiouneedbUHitention of tnkiiuj town and seo what's tho latest develop previous training and his habit of wind trees nnd waited for tho result. Well, being to his long account, that mado hli his daughter home with him that very If yeawut tftn 0RES3 SHOE, mi Lave preparod him to see. tho ruts just swarmed up the ratlines heart heavy as ho mounted ugaln and night, In vain Cynthia pleaded fatigue, ments," ho said finally. ''Jledn't yo bet QUEENSrARE. ter go longr und went for tho water, Wo killed as iWes, don't py $6 to $8, try my $3, f rodo slowJyTjack along tho level road. und Miss Bertha declared that the festlv $5 Shoe, They fit HoMr. The milk of cows is not considered many of them us wo could as they enmo wear veil. Hym eqys.1 to cuttem m wlihtoecojwwilr. It was tho horror of tho thing. So far ities of tho week; were not ended. In intjclj J errolil.reiiectcd. ihour' wpidd- haven Now is your tinio to purclinso Queens-war- e preferred a half ........ down, anil sump of them jiimped over do so h Burthailns' W. L. Dwiriu Sk,. ponyersa-tioby nnd Glassware, we hnvo a fow as tho act Itself was concerned it wai vain the accommodating blacksmith exwitli Cynthia bnt Ilia occibHwa in the cocoanut liowover, is much used, board uud wero drowned. But wo could price lUmped on tha bottom, look It wl clearly justifiable. It had been done in tended to Alcides tho hospitalities of lib fit nvidentlyiiotift.'proliitiduaone.l Since tho remnenfrf Jeff, and aro closing out lit Cattle are raised for beef. not kill theui all, nud a few made the n uuuuimo, jsreoxui, js self defense. Wo will make it to your interest dwelling und urged that it was too lute 'delivery of 'Hits- - uh welcome' 'iiitelligeBct cost. Ht,r with us,Intsrviow in ror sale l.y w. II. HowHicr Sc Job Printing of every tllseriplion Chicago "W Ills mind was mado up as to what lis altogether to think of attempting the UttJiad seen nothing of her. II a Tiibuuo lotinsed to call. Uabbage's, finished in: the Jitgheetfttyle. , ( , Clerei An Incident of tlio early evening hml not tended to increnso tho serenity of hU temper. It wns whenlipon first rec ognizing Cynthia ut tho ball in company wfth Foraker Iio had eo fur forgbtten himself in his suspicion of tho man us to iuquiro: "Who to tjint fellow, CynthiaT "A gentlcmmi," Mltd Dallas replied provokingly, Thorebuko was crushing. Iio writhed under it now at tho recollection. The sudden hoof boats of u horso caused him to look up. So absorbed had hubeeu in his reflections that ho had taken no Ho found heed of his surroundings. himself on tho Sail Marcus highway at somu distaiiLO from tho town. A horseman was coming toward him mounted upon u powerful gray. Tho moonlight glanced ukiii tho epaulets and other decorations of tho rider. Tho canso of his evening's nuuoyancc stood beforo his fect f t I " -- HILL'S HMMl 1 - KY. "MWM"MB"MfftiirWi,i" "t"i'iAm.F. x RFUCUREn WKnnd invite tho cvuk mont llUmtrnur.il carorul Investigation us toour rcspomlbll-Itaud tho merits of our Tablets. y ABSOLUTELY PURE iriiicimpmici7UCTirtyinnmsiroiorTUliAi;i;i)lnrrom Stofidnya. Perfectly linrm-Iom- : citiionoHlcknei.nndtiiuvIiniilvin lit iy run nftivinr citron win, n tim i.,r.i. B"' "w I'uuuut, uu wm voiuumruj Bujjin.noKiugor cucwiiig in a low uyB. Ml NKENNGK ZM MnRPITIWC nnPTT c?nt.omo, ndiwith- iaiiiu uiiuiuiuiuiuuu uuu inuiLA SPECIALjuiiixjix outuuy niiurb an mo part oi tUo batliilt, by tliousoof our FORMULA OOLD CORD TAULETS unrlnfr treatment tiatlcnMnro allowed tho frro tiso of liquor or Mor phlno until Biiohtfniona they ihall voluntarily rIto them up. . WnKfmfl nnrltClllnrfl nflll linnmhlnt nf tn.tl,nnnl.t. . vu, ihiu .hull . - " w. wna...v..Mi tfttn 1 .uaii uuHuuuiiimni nuurnirsinjin nnyoi wieao iinuiw in coiiinmnit-nun wiiu i)uruniwiioimvoDccp.urc(i oy inoi!'ooi our XAnLXTS, nfo for nolo by nil FlHSTCLABg HILL'S druKglntsnt STABLETS I.OO noriiackneo. if your lruirfff!itdo not keep thctn, enolnso Us 2 1.00 nnd wo will aeud you, by return wall auackatfoof our Tnulnt. Write your name nnd address plnlnly, nnd stato whether Tablets nro for Tobacco, llorjiblno or Double Chloride of Gold Tablets "' b A FEW ," ,...,. Testimonials from persons Hills Tablets. ti;tk -t PAM-iaiLAn- apjiro-.prlatrn- Cyn-tliiu- 's - s d THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO., TFfT TTV nnnnnnr wpppn ! HARD TIMES OVER GOOD TIMES ARE HERE CHRONIC KICKERS - ""-mcii- Low Prices orld's Fair ! h'Jn-til- y Geo. Yeakel & Co., -- oi 1 sif&"avwa3 'T1 C, of DIRECTORY. ' mm ::: Clltalx-thtnvm- 1 Tit-Dit- er n, anl-cid'i- en-tir- o 1 lit-ta- lien-efit- ," i his-mln- W. L. DOUCI $3 SHOE ML tf(y3mZMi , - - ,., ..., , ..... u I HiiHW -- K .,1 THE, BRRGKRNRIDGK . JNTJEXWS, GKOYRRPORT, KY. I s ' rh H XT 1 r J. 4 ft. K" n i W it -- . & Rubber BhocoyeJ- two feet at Sulzer's. Thoso eho8 fltVce, where did you get Grind, grind, gn)vl! goes Sulzr's trade them? SulzerV mill. Dan Sweeney, of Victoria, was in tho ! i tu Eggs when ovthwbody else Is out at city yesterday. Sulrer's. f M Ben Hayncs has been on tho sick list OLOVERPORT, KY. ,"' MisaForrio Hardin, of Holt, was In tho. 'for several days. M jSTEsUirtutt'a furnish J on applicatli i. city yesterday. r . Several communications were unavoid If you want pumurcsh candies, call at ably crowded out this neek. tho City Bakery, New pirkles, kraftf, minco meat nnd P. P.iArchey & Co. havo started up pigs feet at (). II. R?Jel & Co's. LAW, their distillery at Ekron. . Born, Oct. lath, to tho wife of Thos. . v A pair of flexlblcNflliOH lacts free with McGavock, a girl, the sixth and last Room 47 Trust Building, t ." f : in f every pairof shoes Itoih JU up. Sulzor's. Boys! boys! boysM Don't fail to get a As soon 'rio possible And drop in on us. Wo want to LOUISVILLE, KY. Jtv,,t Jack Frost is hvd you had bettor got a pair of those bargapm)oots at Sulzer's. show youitho.'mbst comploto stock of Men's, Boys' nnd pairof thoso bargain shoes at Sulzor's As tho morcifrybc8ms ur0P, the .js now. prices on fall goojIX at Sulzer's follow Childrcri'a Glolhing,in tho city, and nt Buck low prices .r , Joo f. Jones has been appointed post- suit. .! , Headquarters for as will agreeably surpriso you. HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. master at "Rock Valo vice J. J. Hall, re i Miss Katio Smith and Master W1H DfeA)l business- entrusted to my hand Given signed. .ill)! Duncan, of Holt, were in tho city Thurs Overcoats, Mackinhcavy, picdiUm"and light-weigNotes nnd acprompt and citretul attention. You can't wiudVup those old Water-Ge- t day. Oil l'rf count! collected and prompt returns made, bend me jrour business. toshes, Kiibbors and everything in tho way of Wraps at bury soxs any lon&r. a yarn pair W. II. Bobbins nnd wife, of Sample, A man is not likely to. bo convincing, but '! at Sulzer's. all prices. Come and see us between 7 and 7, and on wero in town last Wednesday visiting News. when we assure you that wo aro Tho ratio of 20ol is about right at relatives. Saturdays wo wil wait on you till 11 p. m. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1803. Sulzer's store tweVty bargains for every Master Wolverton Hall, of Webster, is ' nnn wlin pnlla ' visiting his grand-parentMr. and Mrs. LOCAL BREVITIES. Mr. Geo. II. Gregory, who has been Wm. Hal). confined to his bed .for several weeks, was Miss Eva Carrigan, Miss Chi Ids and You will find uKor at Super's ablo to be out Monday. Mr. Harry Boll, Guston,' went to LoulsDr. Itaflurty.venfto Loulsvillo SaturThe best is not toogood for you and in villo Monday. day. CORNER THIRD AND MARKET STREETS . tho lino of overcoaWfeulzer's always soil Mr. Plerco was very much better last Doughnuts 6verjreaturday at tho City tho best for tho lenfitvioney. night nnd ho is thought now to bo in a WHITE CORNER." X nW , Bakery. Look Inspect compare and you fair way to recover. , pigs fuetWli the stockings off. will find that our jttock of clothing is A Pickle r. tr Ttftii., i A.i. ..in., m n LOTJIS-VILT-jEIYou will jeeognizo tlio value to us df having Super's complete wo can fit you Sulznr's. was visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. S. S. our goods so made that 'they will spe"uk for Mies MaggloBowmer after a very pleasSweet apple ciderJust from tho press Watkins last week. l & Co's ant visit to her sister, Mrs. John Burks at Model themselves. Mrs. Brown Helm, of Stephcnsport, That's what ours do and ttj.V:iJ" You can always And tho most comfort- of Henderson, returned homo Saturday. was a passenger on tho train Thursday GUSTON. SAMPLEthoy do n6t Enucak, cither. able shoes at SulzeA. If you are huntrWyou need comfort- night from Louisville. t'M I ' ' it Born, to tho wlfo of Leo Vandegrift ing for tho inner mm, Our grocery deClass meeting next Sunday. Miss Mablo White, an accomplished Miss Blanche Jolly Is over at tho partment has tho sniff to do it. Sulzer's. young lady, of Travis, Mich., is tho guest Oct. 31st, a fino 8 pound girl. of tho seeing the wind-ti- p Windy city, Mr. Emmett Elder, of Mooleyvillo, was ??l5s--- . Rov. J. B. Bollng, of tho Christian of her sister, Mrs. J. G. Harris. Hands Wanteda lot of good hands In town Sunday. Fair. , TsKStfiXI- wanted to wen. our jftuv gloves. Sulzer's church, preached in this city Sunday lot of good boardBoarders wanted-5225 raj f! liorn to tho wife of Charley'Andsreon, Mtss Ollio McCoy went to Clovorporl ''wt j V ' KsM K a lilglit at tho resicenco of Mrs. Sallio Yea-Ks- ers to kick if their(indlady don't buy , I Miss Eula Doflfdcn, of Brandenburg, is I wmw'm on tho night of tho 25th insti, a boy, Saturday. Irrl ! f I , i . , her groceries from uArSulzer's. ' " eleven pounds. in the city, tho guest of Miss Voya Mil1,1 Arthur Robbins is quito sick of pneu1fy ' Autumn has coW and tho Autumn ler. r ' Jack Trent, of Branucnburg,' went to Mrs. G. W. Smith went .to tho city lost monia fover. isaO!!S!-PSS,,- i' thaXdoes not keop us Loulsvillo Saturday. Ho says ho Is nearDr. It. L. Newsom has moved into his leaves fall, but Miss Lena Gilhjaud returned Sunday Saturday to visit her dauglilor, Miss from selling shoesjafcj low prices. Sul- ly cured of his old malady, tho piles. handsouio new residence on Second . night from Chicago and tho World's Laura? who lives there. ' zer's. .i ,1, ., street! at' thoWathen Bale Fair. i Thtjattondanca Death of Capt. Philo V. Duncan. Mr. Courtney Duncan, of Loulsvillo, Mr. LIgo Gibson' of Cloverport, was in Misses Tislia und Lizzio Hall have refast Thursday was 'very small ,nwing to was in the city Thursday to attend tho The coniT.unity was shocked by the town Sunday, guest of Miss Lucy Jolly. turned from a vieit to their brothers at tho inclemency of the weather. funorffl of his grand-fatheCapt, P. V. death of Capt, P. V. Duncan on last CLOVERPORT, KY. Webster. Misses AnUio Bennett and Lillio Mrs. Richard Shacklett, fiotn below Wednesday, tho 25th, of October, 1893. Duncan. wantII0118O wanted avozjn houses visited, Mrs. T. E. Elder, of near Brandenburg, visited her sister-in-laHo and his Bon, Mr. Henry V. Duncan, Mike Reardon'8 old rnuh- - which he Mooleyvilltr, Saturday and Sunday, and ed this week to furnUUi new carpctp for Ashsraft, of Sandy Hill. has been riding to town for)lho last thirty were driving In tho country beyond Mjv ,Mrs. Jesso Sulzer's. Washington mado Miss Eva attended church at Flint Island. Miss Reo years died last week at tho ripo old age John McGavock's farm, and while deTom Brodio and Mrs. Barnlo Gilliland, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. rierce, of Louis- of thirty-fivscending a hill, ono of the backing siraps Carrigan a short visit la t weok. Como of Chenault, spent Saturday and Sunddy wero in tho city last week the remain ville, Miss Reo when you can The llttlo ad in the News lust week broko, frightening tho horsd which sud- again with Mrs, J. W. Mattingly. guests of relatives. M it found Mrs. Mcador's satchel. Rov.Shol- - denly ran away. Mr. Henry Duncan lopger. JVIrs. Lula Connor was visiting in Romo Place your dolror where it buys tho ly picked Mrs. T. E. Ditto with her two little it up and seeing tho ad return- was first thrown out without injury, but most, that is a souyG financial rule, and Captain Duncan remalnpd in tho buggy, o "ldrqn, joined Mr. Ditto in Louisville Saturday and Sunday. ed it to F. Fraize. Buddie AdMiis is quito III. Dr. liner, ' it suggests Sulzer'sNjre. until ho was thrown across tho wheel Tuesday. Mr. Ditto and. family will A, Pkkso.val The Vjng lady saw standtho attending physician, pronounces it and so sorlously injured that ho died the bSrd in tho city this winter. Wasted 1,000 nWi to call this wcok ing on tho street Sunday with an old next day. the "milk sick." ' 1KM t ftp i to get a pick of our how clothiug. Call wrap MlBses Emily and Ellon Munford havo on can find a io new lino at Sul-. Captain Duncan was a prominent fig- returned' from Chicago. MisfEllcn havbetween 7 to 12 a. u.,Vl to 8 p. m. it zer's to select from. RAYMOND. ure in Cloverport for many years. Ho ing Mr. Jas. A. Demaree,- - the founder wf over there six veeks, thus Mrs. J. W. Richardson, of Brandon-burcame hero from Hardinsburg sometime Louisover Mrs. BuslKjCgiff attended church at tho "Knights of Honor" died in tho long stay visit yij:cord and Miss Forrio Hardin, of Holt, in the forties, without a dollar, and enClifton Simdayuight. ville lost week at tho ago of forty-onwhaJiavo gone from this county. were the pleasant guests of Mrs. Jno. D. tered business, and for many years was any Misses DeetBasham and Lilly Avltand Frank Peyton, of tho Falls of Rough, Babbage yesterday. will that Brandenburg corP. lay, a merchant and tobacconist on n largo Mr. Willie Arnold visited Miss Nettie and J. W. Hendrick, of Hardinsburg, rerespondent please issuo sotneF small Mrs. Frank Seifried went to Tell City scalo until recent years when ago had turned from the World's Fair last Thursand send one alongwith each Cashman Sunday. Wednesday to attend tho funeral of her advanced bo far as to Bomowhat cripple day". issuo of this paper, so wo maybe ablo to Mrs. Bill Shaw, Mrs. Reeso French nnd brother-in-laLatterly his business Mr. Ilebbel, who died his energies. in each Mrs. Head were tlfo guests of Mrs. Lute "catch on" to thoso Master Hubert Piggott, son of W. J. very suddenly Tuesday. operations were greatly curtailed. tiki Dutschke Saturday. Piggott, Bowleyvilie, fell from a wagon Ho was for a part of his business career letter? Misses Ella Porter and Etta Mullen one day last week and broko his collar Mrs. Efilo French, of Sinking Creek. Wo havo In our town two Kentucky 10V . and Messrs Henry Yeager and Georgo engaged In Bteamboating. Ho ran in nt'ltro'incil, was tho guest of Miss Neliio Shaw Satur-bjine. . m Louisville and Evansville trade tho unnrlnroln tiinahano of VOUOC Mullen went "to Lewisport yesterday to the of ilnv. 1 ""' Miss Lafie LaHeist went to Louisville Bpend a few days nutting. steamer W. A. Eaves.-the- n the Scioto, who are never known to take adrlnk and honor' Saturday to attend Miss Ilia Richardson's Ho built tho whisky end are very steady Mr. Edgar Adkisson is blessed with excellent packets Do you love to tftesi well? If you do. both able boys. Their names are Henry and dobut party, w hlch took placo Monday e vov then como to us. iPitili bo a pleasure "big" Grey Eagle, oj'V the finest, if Harry Garner and I think are an honor nnother fino boy. This is only six for evening. J&tyfi this trade. Elgar. Ho is intending" to help tho to us to show you tbbugh our big stock not tho finest boat, to tho colored race. Ho denionstri!MflflKenergy and in. You will need whra clothes this wintDemocratic party out. of fall dress goods. Sulzer's. A young lady of this community is tho telligence that (OTsle would support er, for' Hicks says thixwill be a real old Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Claycomb visited, Wanted 2,2iO;TW8peoplo to call and happy recipient pf a very handsome and of class Examine our all wool timo winter. nitVtuem and see our a daily line firstof tho boats, which led latest stylo solid Morocco back Bible, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Adkisson Monday. bring their feet to tho formation Loulsvillo and blankets. Sulzer's. ' MarriedJit tho residence of the bride's shoo man have fit(s fits at m. Evansvillo Packet Company which has wo wit) '"Qi'Huro i"o assertion mm mu mother, jJfrsJ Morton Watkins, of tho Cincinnati and 1 to 8 p. m. Fjfeb to everybody. Graham, Miss Georgia S (Pent) 8 (Tuff) on a gitt been in existence for over thirty years, donrnetfer Tribune, ono of Cincinnati's best papers, Graham to Filmoro Johnston, Oct Tho man in tiro juttm has a hump on and has successfully maintained good thaml bo appreciated more than tho was hero last week visiting his brother, 20th by Rov. J, C. Argabright. his back but thoWin In cow heel got boats until tho present day. one. young lady does this Dr. S.S. Watkins. a hump on him to t to 'Sulzer's to get Capt. Duncan was untiring In energy Dr. John Hardin, of Brandenburg, d repdal of tho Unconditional prtablo underwear and quick and bold in his conceptions. inado a tour through this section and some good warm buying clause ra tho rule with Sulzer's Saturday. Ho was over ready in his younger days over toward Big 8pring and Constantine, in purchasing goodaf His customers get Tlioa. McGavock shipped to Louisville to lead and aid in all public undertak- in KjJKnterest of tho Ninth Street Tobacthe benefit of the ruUi. last week 10 head of hogs that netted ings. His lifo was a useful ono, and co Warehouse, Louisville. Dr. Hardin The perfection oi styles tho top notch him $218.18. They were, of his own rais- many survive him who wero recipients is a good man, representing a good house of quality the mMchless in inako a ing. Tom says it is the first time he ever of warm and active sympathy from his and is sura to make friends and business ! comfort to you in aAald, chilly day a struck tho market right. generous heart and hand. wherever ho goes. comfortable cloak. SuSzer's. The following young ladies went to Ho was a faithful and activo member If ono who has never been and wants Cold wave comror0 that is what our Holt yesterday to spend the day with of tho Methodist church, and during his TO-DA- Y to hear World's Fair discussed and desnow overcoats ana cloaks are Get a Miss Nellie Burks. Misses Maggie wholo career ho stood by his church in cribed from "een to cen", should just comfort that will bA comfort and keep and Nannie Murray, Lula darkness and prospority, never once fal- mako a small visit to tho Munford manyou comfortable an dVlng this winter. tering in his devotion and faith. Ho sion and there, yes, there thoy will hear Owen and Elizabeth Skillman. .isflstA. ) Jstetxw.ia Sulzer's. Mesdamcs Framo, II. Walden and Col- died as he had lived, sustained by the and almost actually think they have We make men comorlablo who come lins and Misses Jeunio Hubbard, Gertie religion he so long professed. seen the great show. Erskine says he Ho journeyed through lifo with tho would not tuko $500 for his trip. to us they feel likAcoining again. They Collins, of Nowburg, Ind., and Blanche Quite do como again and op coming for some Frank, of Tobinsport, Ind., who mve woman ho hail married in his youth, in an investment. wortablo . suits of been spending some time at Chicago nnd whom ho trusted, and who sympathized of those warm Mr. J. W. Lewis and son Lawrence tho World's, Fair, returned homo last with and aided him in every vicissitude clothes. Sulzer's, and Mr. Ed. Y. Peak, of Louisville, spent of fortuno. Sho survives him enfeebled HARDINSBURG, KY. W. W. Weatherholt sent to this office week, several days at Mr. Billy Withers' near It is a comfort to rawl under a good by age and accident. lost week a white California winter They Hardinsburg last week hunting. zoj weather. It. will Ho was buried from tho chujyh where radish', which weighed 12 pounds. Ho warnTcomfort brought back two quail, tho ono looked know you havo ono he had so long worshipped, tho funeral DANIEL DUOOKS also sent a very fine samplo of red Irish bo u comfort to J. M. HARPER, J. 0. BOURNE, liko it had been killed with a club and ' to know you took services conducted by Rov. Dr., Cottroll. and a comfort to potatoes raised from tho seed. the other had been cought by a dog, they a supply of corn- our advico and laid1 Mr. Duncan was born at Troy, Ind., That word comtprt, Jhas carried joy to gavo tho two birds to Mr. R J. Patteson, BROOKS & CO, ,v- forts for tho long wini months to keep ant wap 73 years, old last August, BOURNE, many thousand hekrti H still will carry who has been unwoll for somo timo. . "? you corafortablo and warm, Sulzer's. to many hearts rnor&KOoil words of choer They say thoy had bad luck. jsw- CLIFTON MILLS. Ice City, North Pole, Nov. 27th, 1892. buy ono of our warm overcoats and (via Grinneland and Uppernay!c.)special GARFIELD, you will carry comoit on your back If you want to swap watches call on or Sulzer's, Cloverport, Ky. U. S. A. Left Very latest styles Sulzer's, CATTLE, HOGS 'AND SHEEP. will bo in your city in a shoit address Ned Cary. Jack Frost has made his appearance nnd the largest Messrs. J. P. Cowing, of Clovoland, 0., timo. PltOBO tell tho children I will Mrs. Mattio Dewitt, (nee Wheeler,) of Quito a crowd attended tho speaking and F. P. Haygood, of Irvington, wore in leavo my toys with you for distribution variety ever LOUISVILLE, KY. BOURBON STOCK YARDS Nebraska, is visiting relatives here. here last Wednesday? tho city Saturday inspecting tho Clover this year, shown Mr. Will Board, of Ekrou, was in tho Santa Claus. creek bridgo. Mr. Cowing, who is agent Dr. Bashatn. and mother returned from P. S. Save my wife a packago of neighborhood Sunday, tho guest of his here. MANHOOD RESTORED! Memorr.Lom reroedj" for the King Bridgo Co., reports tho Fleishman's yeast. Muldratigh Sunday. best girl. to cure .11 nrTousdl-oso,suc- li as Weak ifUrala 'ower.lloadacLa.Wakelulnoss.LuitMantiooit.NlKljUrKuilMluns. bridge in fairly good condition. of Wyno county, is AH Payne, of Bowleyvilie, was Mrs. Minnie Bell, Dr. Cottrcll will deliver his two famous . Mr. ness.alldralnsiiQUIOMor powrlnUneratiTOOmaii. of etiber sr n bj oreroiertlon, youthnn errors, excestlre oso of tobacco.oplua Our shoo man lias (fits' he bad fits all lectures, "Discounted Ministries or The relatives in this vicinity Saturday hero visiting relatives and friends. ulants.whlchlradtojntlrmltr, Consumption or Inssnltr. Can Wi (Yenpocket. V 1 per box, e for MS. bj mall prepaid. WltlinJS.t tier ro Saturday antkkt pt it up to a late Philosophy of Truo Life" and an "Hour's and Sunday. day Mr. Robert Bell, of Lebanon Junction, YOUR brail SlYeaMrrlUensimrnnteelocurenrreftinil the m tner. Hf 1tsoalni llimlr bm hour Saturday nigtVt. Bring in your feot Talk About Tho Boys and Girls," at Wo had expected Jo havo Borne wed- Is hero visiting relatives and friends. TEouaisu iruuttuu. Inplaln wrapper. AdilrvssNitVBlCO..UasoulaTumulB.t 1ICAUO, A.-Fli)lIKU,nndb7a C. MAUT1N. Druggists. tho fits. You will Glendcane Friday, Novyl7th and Satur- ding news by this timo from our littlo and he will keep up CLOSEST Rov. II. O. Hook will preach at Pleashave a fit also, but vyJll be a pleasure day, Nov. 18. Theso" wftl bo a rare treat town, but nono yet. ant Grove, Second Sunday ovoin Novemto you to have a (.ooovflt. No matter for tho peoplo of tlrat neighborhood and Wo havo no voting placo hero, but wo ber. amily could afford, and whn tho how big or small tho foth ho goes into they should not fall to hear him. The can alt step up to Webster and vote for Mrs. Lucy Johnsont who has been I 'purchaso of a clock waB nlniost as fit. Sulzer's. proceeds of tho lectures go to liquidating Gross or some ono else, sono.UB a matter aa tno purqhaso.of J. V. Culley, who has been hero for n tho debt on tho jievv school building at There has been a series of meetings for quito ill with inllatnatary rheumatism, is ahouaqisnow. Thero isn't any-- , tho past weok at this place, conducted slowly improving. couple of weeks visiting hjs children and that placo. tiling very fojmidablo about Mr. Albert llambrick, of Meado counSulzerq,aro always up to some now by Rev. Hook, Bofds and St, Clair. old friends, went to Irvington Saturday purchaso of a clock or a wat-h- " in Mm. D. 0. Cul-lowith his daughter-in-laschemo to keep beforo the public. ManCome early and get Our jovial blacksmith, J. M. Fitch and ty, was here last week shaking hands thoso days, Tho astonishing thipg few days Jn that section. ager Nolte, when he sees a good thing C. Haddock havo been repairing and with old friends. to visit a lirrit choice. Miss Flora Butler, of West Vidw, was about now is thoir Ho will return to his homo in Florida goes right into it and pusiics it through. painting tho Walnut Grove Church. choapnoss, variety and excoUenco. tho guest of Miss Josio Drlskell and sisenThO latest scheme now on foot is Sulzer's Prices Reasonable. about tho 12th, of Nov. Vic says he T. B. Ilenuorson and daughter, Green Don't bo behind timo. There is joyed his visit Immcnsley and had u Free, Show which is traveling through Claycomb and family and othors, of ter last Saturdayand Sunday not tho least excuse for anyti ing of Miss Josio Drlskell, who has boen visBreckenridge, Hancock and Meade coun- Webster, attended church hero Sunday. good timo with old friends. tho kind, when you can my a Readers wlion you are preparing to ties giving a free show at every school As it lias been somo time alnco we iting her brother and family at West watch or clpck for a trill o, View, returned homo Saturday. come to town to do somo trading, ju-- t house. Mr Ed Gregory, tho advertising saw any thing from this place, I will drop You will bo surprisod at our Ipw Mr. Henry Harper and family were paper, glance at tho man for tho house, has charge of the a few lines to tho News, but will say pick up your home prices on watches and clocks. Vfo d passengers on tho train advertising columns and see who wants show; and wherever it goes' it attracts nothing about how hard it rained tho also havo a nico lino of jewelry, Every school house is other night, nor describe and locate this Wednpsday. Mr. Harper wont to Texas your trade. We'll guarantee that if you big attention, twp years ago to try his luck, but evidentsilverware, spectacles, musical intrade with those who recoguizo tho local crowded anvLin some places tho crowd town, but it is on this sido of, tho creek ly thinks there's no placo llko Kentucky struments ot very Toasonable pricoa papers as an Incentlvo to tho business, cannot get into tho houso. Tho show is anyway. after; all. Ropairs promptly and. notly Cloverport, Ky. they will save you money. Tho man free. Everybody goes and has a fine rOH DYSPEPSIA It'e your own fault if you aro dono. who advertises certainly has, induce-me- time thon they go to Sulwr's for their Jf you don't soo what yoir want in our MtSS9bS?tfSSErU,z ; ... "TT". - - .:r . timo, There wag a timo when to offer you or he wouldn't ask' fall goods. Look out Httlo folks, Sukw's local columns, read what our corresponD'HTJY, srH lsswPwi Ws WsTW rCsi1JfcJs Free Show. Haweavllle Plalndealer. ' you to all and see.hlm before buying. dents baye to say. They cover the field, one vatch was aliou all a who. CLQVERP9RT, KY. James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder. - I 1 TAKE 1" Robert E. Woods, A ATTORNEY AT OR A RI'BEmrrrs fjos:-.!.:. WALK LEE BISHOP, - GONSTABLR Breckenridge ht When Talking Through His Hat -r I V Julius 'Winter & Co., Always Talking ay Through Our Shoesu '"' JT kit. .' , . a r. j KHmSf ffT iCHM 4 . " "Sensible Shoes." r, Mc-Qua- e. g, breig M.-- Jen e. Cloaks, Capes and Shawls '' ";' Combined with style, price and quality, the cause J7ViiiLl..,r jp. oc v oN with such universal f -- Will receive this week a . j'r new lot of Ladies' Capes. high-price- simmmttmrnwig Exhibition We invite all to come and see. 'Tis sweet to Jove, but, oh, how bitter i To love a girl whose CLOAK don't fit her. B. F. BEARD & 00. HARPER, , MBr Commission Salesmen of Live Stock y, yls-iti- If nw HJKmy irstlm-rrieUI- 1 INSPECTION DESIRED TTr1??? y, te west-boun- W. H. BOWMER &SON. jfli tiiito-koope- rs BEHIND TIME. ut ". -- wsatjnx Lo-hi- sWUORHUft f F. N. vf J ''V.stwT, JUJiUmiwuimiiiii fcrfjicRsa RMMVaiiMi " t sBBaat- m TH:'iwpMBWWBWwfcdaft . ! HIHsHsW s z'Lmmmm.Ak .THI..W.; i 'Svui','''' . XrlTYife'i?-n- . Kv&iti5ii. :r" &MKfaj3WMKTE.-TMI- walfflWIfcllBifcatfJiMIWJJlSldeBiSiftgriBJHWliWBM - - r .... wj ill ii.n - ' i niiyiMiw - y -- jy- """ ' ' """"'" ' ' "" -- .! ....... .. .j..a"y fg " j"?y.',af'V " ', 'T"'' 6 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1893. THR J3REGKKNRIDGK HBWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. ' Not Melancholy Days. 1 These ain't the "melancholy day," no matter ( them." whAt they say There' more good Tun In all the ways thanjs hi Tltb reporter askcM hiln what occured been there many a day I - W The cracVIn' of the teamster's whip the shout- - !nftc disposing of tlie losT victim, and ho In' of a boy down 4hit's Joy said: At the applet come lor you big Joy I "I rcollccted about tho money and I These nln't the "mdlanchnly diy" there' hurried after tliojtninp in the sitting-roolotto' tun In sight l. Afl'ljpasjcu Mrs. Denson Wratten Theconland hracln' niornln',(.nn' thc'blcoik lire at nljcht : iialfralsed up"itnd I struck her three The hound upon the ribhlt' trail the wild sho dove on the "wine times with the ax. I returned to old The maiden with the red lip, an' the lover with Mrs Wratton's apartment and made a the rlnf I search of every nook and corner for her These ain't the "melancholy day" not much .they're full o' We, money. I did not find a cent. Ity this An' you are thankful fcr your sweetheart, an' tinio I got scared; I put out tho light, Jim praise God fcr your wife I An thc, on ftcncral principles In view of crept out the window, puuseJ through what He's elven' Von shoutahalliiluuhfcrthc privilege o' llvln't the yard and sit do'wn'by tio fence." 1 Stono had at intervals during tho recital wept and prayed, and It looked like he woutd not bo' able to continue his ghastly chapter, but he rallied after exclaiming: "I have two children in heaven and 1 know that I will booh bo with WHAT KENTUCKIANS SAY ABOUT THE I ; ELECTROPOISE Tho Electropolso hasbeona jiositivo llenellt to mo. it J.?1U LlhdeSbvrger, President Merchants' National Batik, Ixul8villo. My conffdlmed In the EleclrOo!sd grows stronger tho luqru I see it. Bev. W. W. Evans, Carrolton. I look upon tho ldectrOj)oiso as tho means God has given us to euro diseases in accordance with nature's laws. Miss1 Susan Edge, Lexington Nothing has over helped mo so much. W. T. Mathony, Loxington. Do not hesitato to recoirimend thd Electropolso. W. G. Graham, Lexington I am astonished at its work. Henry Gilbert, Lexington. The Electronolso will' euro many cases of discaso .where nothing' else will. It has worked liko a charm in my family. Itev. Geo. II. Means, Covington. It is certainly a wonderful instrument, and it is more wonderful how it does its T .E. 0. Brinley. work, yet it docs it. (Tho veteran plow manufacturer of the South), Louisville. The Electropolso has been such a useful thing about tho house that wo can Frank F. Waller, not do without it. Lawrenceburg? formerly 'Now Castle. Several of my acquaintances havo derived much benefit froin tho use of the Electropolso. J. Guthrio Coke, Russellville. Tho 'poise has cured mo of kidney and liver trouble.' J. P. Savage, nil E. Gray street, Louisville. The Efectropoise has been a great re. lief to me. Key. T. B. Miller, Bussellville. Tho Electropolso has proved a great boon to mo. E. Crocket, Christlanburg. I would rather have an Electropoise than Hot Springs foi ltheumatism. " A. K. Marshall, North Fork. It is small but great. ,. T. A. Dowden, Franklinfown. There is wonderful good in it. J. S. Callaway, Smithflold. gem. Tho wouder-'wbrklrt- g Itev. W. F. Wyatt, Morning View. I speak advisedly about tho wonder working of tho Elecfrojwlso ns I have practiced medicine inany ye&Vs. Hov. D. H. Marimon, Pitttburgh, Ky. If you will send your namn or that of invalid friend wo will sentf you copies of letters from t'tO tbpvo parties and from hundreds of otluV-i- ; people you know from every section ofjihis nnd other States testifying to powers of tho ElectrojKilse. Address DuBOIS A WEBB, Louisville, Ky. Bomo Kleinhans & Simonson's Proclamation WHEREAS, we promidud foilrtoon years ago that as our Volume of business increased, our prices should go lower, nnd havo kept our faith competition tooth and nail throug the withj the people and fought high-handlonghand eventful war, we" this year inaugurate our" Fall Campaign by a' general marking of prices all through the stora TEN PER CENT. LOWER thari last year, and 25 per cent, lower than any other house in tho South. We can afford to do this and still make a fair profit on our labor as the skilled and' alert buyers of our eight great branches and connections in Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroit, and other cities stand ready at 'all times with cash to buy stocks thrown on the market at fabulously low prices, giving us enormous advantages, such as no house on the continent outside of our combination of Bcores possesses or can possess. ed Atlanta Constitution. A Smart Woman Is always ready for any emergency. She lumps a bottle of Park's CourIi Syrup in tlto house in the summer time. A summer cough and cold is quickly cured by it. Unequalled In croup. A. H. Fisher, druggist. Told An Awful Story JAMES STONE DETAILS HIS BUTCHERY OF THE WRAT- - TEN FAMILY. Did the Work Unaided and Alono Without Exciting picion. Sus 4 IIU fllolivu Ilobberr. lint lie Didn't (iet h Cent of tli o Hidden Mo ne jr. ICouricr.Journal James E. Stone, whose confession that ho alono massacred the six members of tho family of Denson Wratten was told in tho Courier Journal on Wednesday, feels tho hangman's rope already tight- cuing about his neck. Ileligious fervor has seized the man, and between his shouting and weeping he implores some one to hang him. Ho says he is cleansed of all sin and is going straight to heaven. Stono, for the first time, made a com pleto fclatement yesterday to the press Two days ago he disclosed tho details of his diabolical deed to Mayor Tiinrp and Deputy Prosecutor S. M. llaclings, of Washington; James Porter, Commis sioner .jf Daviesa county, and J. W. Blllhi'imer, attornoy for that county, but o ho hail never been permitted to with rejwjrterfl. Stoiu had been given a bath, and was probably cleaner than ho had been before in years, when Warden Patten condtu ted him to his p)vj:)it fifcc. The prisoner, alter malitiLlfoe- assertion that,hu.iotro.;g to tell tho truth in t! ' tJtaml ahii. began flret with nn t,, em-'c- t t,mt whon ho eu.'"" woa CA'Xh before the grand jury in Washi :gton, last Saturday at midnight, he vv.i terrified into making a confession tmplicatingGrandison Cosby, Gibson Cl.irk, John F. White, Martin Yar. ber, W illiam Kays and Aloalo 0. Williams, lie said that Prosecutor Hun" had thrcat'.tted to hang him if he did not reveal the natncs'of his accomplices, and his obj.'ct in accusing tho men named and (1 nying his own guilt was to protect In i life. "So help mo God, this is trui' gentlemen," concluded Stone, who wis so nervous that ho with difficulty i taincd his seat. Wnrien Patten requested him to make adiag'ttmof the scene of tho murder, and lie did so he broke down and appealed to God for mercy. Then ho was asked o deBcribo tho massccre, and in substa'ice ho made tho following statements: "Tl.a night I had tho toothache. It was u' out 8 o'clock when I went to bed. For fu.ir hours I lay planning tho murder. V long time beforo I had resolved to con mit the deed, but had never been ablo to muster sulllcient courage. I had bidder an ax and torn-knifand tho longer I studied over the matter tho I became. All at once more I tiff ded tho hour had nrrived. I arose, aid my wife I wasBUlIeriiig with the t diache, and explained that I was going have it pulled, fiho made no rej)ly Just as I left the room tho clock struck "welve. Only a moment was require to find my weapons, and set out for tli Wratten house, only one-hamile way. I ran the entire distance. I was f arful of encountering some ono. It seemed that I reached tho place in about ten minutes. As I drew near tho gato I .altered and almost concluded to go bac'-- , but tho thought of getting old1 Mrs. Vratten's money about $4,000 revived mo, and into tho yard I walked. I saw n light in tho house It was burning dimly. My ax was in my left hand corn-knif- e and the in tho other. I knocked and heard a noise. Then Mrs. Denson Wratten spoke, asking" what was wanted I told her I hod tho toothache, and inqulrpd if alio hod anything to relievo it. As sho opened tho door sho replied, 'Yes, I have some liniment.' Then I leaped in. Sho never spoke, and I struck her with tho corn-knifAgain I dealt a blow, this time with tho ax, and I left her .for dead. In tho adjoining room I found tho three children. Tho baby I killed first, next tho inno year old child and then tho girl, Ethel, aged thirteen. She did not dio until tho next day. Tho corn-knif- e was used on tho three chilWh6n I wont into Wratten's dren. room ho was in bed. It was dark, and 1 heard him move. Ho was sick, and could not get up. I pounced upon him and cut his head and faco to p!6ces with the two weapons Then I went out of tho house and walked around to old Mrs. Wratton's room. I heard a n6iso Taking my ax I burst in tho inside. window, jumped through and ran against tho old woman, With ono blow I killed lior." con-vers- Tho man again broke down. Then he told how ho wept beside tho fenco. He said ho was sorry ho had killed tho family. Then ho secreted the ax and e bloody nt Nelson Gregory's where they liavo since been found,- - and) ufter throwing away hisblool staincu clothing cnt home. He reached there beforo 1 o clock. Stone says ho Conceived tho crltiiiTiinJ assisted and executed tho murder unaided and alone. Ho wants jjie other prisoners released from custody. He says he realties that ho must hang and ho has signified his willingness to step upon tho scaflold. Like nearly all murderers, ho confidently expects togo to heaven. Stone is a man with.n wife and four'children Sallie, aged flttecn yean--; Lester, aged eight; Azra, aged elx, and Harry, aged three. Ho was born in Harmiles rison township, ono and one-hafrom tho scene of his crime, March g$, 1852 His parents, Ellas and Maria Stone, still live there. When tho other suspects were apprised of Stone's confession they manifested their joy in ovcry conceivable way. Old man Kays, who has been spending most of his time reading a Bible, called Guard Lon Howes and made him a present of it, saying: "I guess I won't need that now." Tito Kays habeas corpus case came up beforo Judge Gibson in Jeflersonvllle yesterday, but it was dismissed. Attornoy Tieman notified the men last night that they would bo released to day or to morrow. corn-knif- lS 4 ' OVERCOAtSj "! Beautifully fitting Meltons, in t .l T ...n11... I.H.1 tint!. In.. n tl.ll.l-- n. .f viui.11111 tur uiuiuruii iiiiu I.K..H !la 4l.n T vrui iiuu j.vjyum "lit uuu uuts mu evpry desirable color, B!oc.k, Cheviot; rrices ineDtitn ui on tno continent. f6rmer prides $12 to 314; our jirice Our Great COMBINATION SUITS for tho little fellows now $10 ' are the tak of tho State, They aro matchlessly mado of perTho King of Kerseys, excellently fect material, with dpuhlo w ats and kees and seams, and an well mado ; former price $15 t $10 j extra pair of Pants and n Hat go with every Suit. Tho best $12 our price now values for $5 mothers over saw or dreamed of. Over-coatGraeofully made Kerat-less Shoes for tho fanuHy at lotli regular and extra length ; SAVE CO.VE than you pav at other stores. Hats for Men former prices $18 to $20; our price MONEY and Boys and Children at the lowest prices on $15 " now Biiy Buying .BUY earth. Our display pf Furnishings, Gloves at' the1 at tho Tho over popular' English Kerand Umbrellas unsurpassed. MAMMOTH MAMMOTH sey; former prices $:20 to $22; our Send for illustrated caialoguo. prico now $18 CHILDREN'SMil CLOTHING-- . .... nlA.ll WARM SUITS. very neat Homespun Suits, former prices $12 to $14; our price now $5 $10 y a, one-thir- d Worsted Suits made bandsomp styles; former prices $15 to $10: our o price now Dark Double and Twist Cassl" mere; former prices $18 tp $2(1; our $15 n r inn now Sawyers world praised Cossi- .'z; our niprsc; lormer prices -- u u price now $18 Tiiinnriml fnciciFtttflMCl former prices $22 to $25; our prico , 3.4u now lt MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY. NEW FALL CATALOGUE NOW READY. itLElNHANS MAMMOTH & SIMONSON, -- SHOE AND CLOTHING COMPANY, "Market St., Bet. 4th and 5th, Louisville, Ky. in f Washington, Ind., Oct., 20 James Stone, the murder of tho iV ratten family, sent his wlfo yesterday tho following letter: 'Dear Cecilia, Sallie, Ezra aud Hairy I don't think I will ever Bee your faces again, Jtuise tho children to lear God: I can tell you that to day I antiappy in a saviour's love. I sought Christ yes terday ove, and all lost nfgnt. I have found him, precious to my soul, and am ready now to die, and I am a happy man. Please meet mo in heaven, all of you. Tell Cecilia to write me as soon as sho gets this. Sho did just right in telling the truth on mo to tho grand jury. Sho saved her soul and mine, too. Pray for me, Cecilia. Gbod-by"James E. Stonk." o The Book for Journalists. Editor Dana, of tho New York Sun, in his recent address on journalism at Onion college paid tribute to tlie Bible fiom the standpoint of his own profession : 'There are somo books that aro indispensable to the kind of education that we aro contemplating, and to tho profession that we aro considering) and of nil these tho most indispensable, tho most useful, tho Onf whoso knowledi is most effective, is the Bible. There is nd book irom which more Valuabloilessons can be harued. I am considering it now, not as a religious book, but as a manual of utllftyol professional preparation and profe'ssitnid ' liso 'foV ajtunialis't.' There is perhaps no book whose style is more BUggesthe and ihoru instinctive, from which you can learn' more directly that sublime simplicity which never exaggerates; which recounts tho 'greatest event vifl7solon7nity of course, hut without sentimentality or affection, nono which jyou opeiuwith such confidence1 and lay down with such reveronco, there is no book; liko the Bible. When you get'into a controversy and want exactly the right answer, when you are looking for an expression, what is there, that closes a dispute like-- a vereov from tho Bible ? Vhat tlie rlgfitj principle 7or is it tha seW-iiyou", wliich (uruun jui policy) fbra'cAa?e, so much as tho right passage of holy scrijitures? All that Editor Dana says of tho Bible as th6 Book 'of! Books' for journalists is eq"uallyj truo'whe'n1 we consldeP tho lieeds of 'all writers 'and. speakers' who "would serve' the truth and champion a great cause. Such workers will find that they caiTget'a mora thorough equipment frdm the Bible than lrom n library of other books. Atlanta Constitution. In spite of the general depression and low price lor larm products, some tann ers , mnnnim tn linlfl tlioir lipnilH nlinvi ers' meeting and reimrtcd for the Mrin. water and even put by a llttfu for n rainy, V day. How they rontrivo to do this is a clmsettH Ploughman: First secure good, vigorous stock. wonder to their neighbors who are not Mute carefully, with n viow of- - tho ob- 'close observers. The question is, howject you jire inmliig for. Placo in good, ever, easily answered. Thero aro no dry quarters: keep hcrupulously A Van .IcakB on those farms. If a field will not und feetl (generously of the best tjvsiiity raise a satisiactory crop of wheat some of food. Hatch tho chicks carUti Y a" yield is Food enough is stored up in tho egg other ciop is tried on it until obtained which will ay expenses. from which tho chick was hatched to These farmers go over their stock at sustain it for tho first 24 hours. After1-warand for tho first two weeks, feed this season and cull out all that are little and often overy three hours of Tho poor milker, tho unpro-Imisin- g stale bread and cracker crumbs soaked g calves, the inferior pigs, tho in milk: add to this hard lioiled eggs and hens and the superfluous males of fine oatmeal mixed in: tdso kcop before 'all kinds are separated from tho rest of them dry millet seed. From his a good change will bo a fthe stock and fed systematically for mar-Ike- t. f Cnr of dilrkrna. . Here tire u few of tho many statement! of general interest mado by Mr. Abel L. Stevens-oWellesloy, Mass., in an address on pVmltry delivered lieforuli farm- Making The Farm Pay. MM Mill ''' ' ' ' )."! I ilfc ' aRgJSB!:"7 'Jouisville, Ky. GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for BANK. 07 non-layin- 'Reapers and Fine lowers, HARMS BUR fl Capital Stock $25 000. Surplus $7 600. B. F. BEARD, President. WILL MILLER, M. II. BEARD, CaiMer. nt y- It Don't Cost Anything To try Park's Sure Cure. A specific lor tno euro ol all diseases peculiar to women. Ask your druguist our guaranteed plan. A. It. Fisher, druggist. Treatment For Nervouiness. a-- lf Almost everybody has a euro for ner vousne3s, and each one, of course, is claimed to bo tho best. The remedy for nervous depression lies mora in tho general treatment than in a course of medicine. Simple regular habits ; shunning all excess; using moderation in all things; cheerful amusements ; plenty of open air and not necessarily violent exercise. Sponging with cold water nnd brisk rubbing afterwards is ilrsirnble. Plunges, shower or other shocks are most undesirable. Indigestion generally nccompanies nervous depression, tlfeic-- f ho such tonics as aid the appetite and assimilation may bo used ; an excellent ono is tho cltrato of quinine and iron, ono dram, dissolved in a half' pint of water, and a dessert spoonful taken previous to cacli nieal. For8special forms of nervousness many remedies aro used such as tho stronger preparations of iron, tho bromide of potassium, valerian with ammonia, or the application of electric!.. ty. These, when skillfully administered aro doubtless useful, but recourse to such powerful means should never be had except under medical advice. Clmng.t, exercise, fresh air, diet or tonics will not euro nervousness derived from " n mind diseased," or ono who gives way to de pression. Tho nervousness must;' as fur as possible, be disregarded and defied, and the mind prevented front constantly Igrioranco of the merits' of DoWitt's brooding on self. Little Early Itinera 'Ib' n misfortune. For a lame back or for a pain in the These little pills regulate the liver, euro side or chest, try saturating a piece of headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, conflannel with Chamberlain's Pain "Balm stipation and billlOusness. A. It. Fisher, & and binding it onto tho affected "parts. Cloyerport, and Witt Meador, HardinsThis treatment will euro any ordinary caso in ono or two days. l'ain'lJalm also Not long since a Baptist minister of cures rheumatism. 50 cent bottle for sale Owen county visited a brass foundry in by A. It. Fisher, Clovcrport and Wittfc company with another minister, who in.Meador, Hardinaburg. troduced him to a workman who was watching a caldron of molten brass. Don't Be a Critic. Tho workman remarked ; "Mr. Riley, Whatover'you do, never set up for a that is about as hot as the placo you critic. Wo do not mean a newspaper prpachors preach about, is it not ?" Tho critic, but ono in private Itfo, in tho do- Owen county minister, not taking his mestic circle. If you don't liko n per- oyooirthe inflrnally hot stuff, replied: son's nose or object to anyone's chin, "Why, bless your soul, man, if a man don't put your feollngs into words. ' If was brought back here from hell, and anyone's manners annoy you pleasa" re- placed In that big kcltle ho would batch member your own. People aro not' all hla" death of cold." Wo further reference made to suit ono taste; recollect that. was mado to the subject. Owen County Tako things as you find thon unless you Herald. can alter them for tho better. Conting and criticism of tho conual Header when you 'aro paring to duct of this ono and tho speech of that come to town to do some .trading, just ono and tho dress of another will inako pick ip your homo4 aper, glaricb at the homo tho unliapplcst place under tho advertising columns aud seo who wants sua. your trado. We'll guarantee that, if you , trade with those who rccognlzo tho local DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve curespilcs. papers us an Incentive to tho business, Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures burns. they will save you money. The niaii DoWitt's Witch I faro 1 8al,vo cures sores. who adveitlscs certainly has induce-meii'- d Do Witt's Witch HazelSalvocuresulcurs. to on"er;yoii or ho wouldn't ask A. It, Fisher, Clovorport, and Witt & yoif'tb'cali and seo hftn beforo buying. Meador, Hardinaburg. fault-findin- Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cemont, Mich The stock which aro to bo kept are fed igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil .. i4. a suitable ration, which win prepare by the Barrel, Plaster Hair (them to resist tho cold of winter. Their & quarters aro cleijarp Cia'ck a! mado ready so as to lessen fading t'omforts of tho 'Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Floortogal-wa7- 8 Orders ackept on hand. 'weather a) far as possible. The prudent companied by cash prompt farmer has learned that if his stock bo It tilled. properly sheltered and cared for tho cost 'of feeding will bo considerably lessened. Farm implements aro put away when no longer needed, instead of being left to rust in the fields. Fences are repaired at once,.BO that all injury to or by tho 'stock is prevented. In short, tho leaks. are stopped. Tho farmer has applied to his work tho tame rules nnd principles by which the merchant and tho nianu- 'fnnhitwti nrn mil. 1. ul In tlii.tr l.nbftinaa nrwl CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. Ho makes ids he reaps his reward. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE farm pay. known for lOysars astho BEST Saloons Must Keep Closed. REMEDY FOR PILES. tnrtn if BIC1UHDS0S BKDICI5B 10., ST. MCI 8. The Court of Appeals has decided that the saloons and drinking places shall bo A closed during the entire twenty-fou- r Poettlrelr removes hours of the days on which elections aro BONE BEAV1N, held, the principle being Ringbone, Splint, the law contemplates no fraction of that or Curb, Clieiuicul FertllUera 1'nr Cforn. a day. It had hitherto been tho practice IN 48 HOURS, genora) for salopns A roport has been "mado of 'a wiiaoarain. to bo after tho fertilizer' experiment on coni, conduct$500 Reward closing of the polls, but tills will no longed last season uhder tho'aulpicca of the Por Failure or Sllgbteit Injury. Georgia agricultural experiment sta- er bo considered as legal. TliH l tbe Grealeit tion, Hero, aro tho conclusions briefly Wonder of the 19th stated and drawn from results optaincd: ', Century, Mtonlsh Tho usoof muriato of potasbwas ot i lap, as It na tin. entire Votorlnary doubtful benefit oil. thls'land,which was orw. FRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN. of fairly good clay soil. Even i( benefiCirculars and Sworn Proofs Mail doses, a limit is soon reached cial in small ed free. beyond which an'increoso in tho amount Alarm for Its Invasion of America Dr. Guy Oheclnl, is cortainiy injurious. Tho effect of suWell Founded. No. 3T8 Canal St., perphosphate was decidedly beneficial. New York. of soda was also oi The effect of nitrate Tho telegraphic dispatches of January decided benefit. Cottonseed meal did 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, not seem so decided in its effects. In iu Benin, 03 cases aud 10 deaths being general tho results of this experiment reported. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic do not favor thenso of concentrated chemical fertilizers on com. In no case cholera is1 among the alarming possibilidid tho increased vield of tho fertilized ties, all stomach and bowel troubles as- nothing new when we state that It pay to encage sume an importance beyond tho ordiplotB over the unfertilized pay for th healthy buil. nary, and should meet with prompt In a that returntmoltprofit for and pleasant work. every day'a sen, a cost of the fertilizer. treatment. Cholera morbus, cl olora in- Such li tho bulncn we offer the working clan. We teach fantum, diarrhea, dysoutary, flux, colic guarantee them how to iimka money rapidly, nud followi erery one Little vegctablo health producers: and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatul- faithfully the making whoH30O.0U our Imtructloui of a mouth. livery one who tuke hold now aud works will Mule, Early Risers cure malarious ency, distress after eating, etc., all point urely speedily Increiwe there conclusively to a bad condition of tho can be nnd Question nbout it; their earnings; work; disorders and regulate tho stomach and no others now at bowels,-- and all such disorare doing It. and you, reader, cuu do the mine. bowels, which prevents headache and stomach andbo corrected at onco. ders should This Is the best' plying butlnet that rou have dizziness. A. It. Fisher, Cloverpo'rt, and You will make Mr. II. L. Wilson, fitumptown. W. ever had the chance- - to secure. It a trial at oncea If you fall to give Witt & Meador, Hardlnsburg. Va., Bays : "Lightning Hot Drops is the frare mistake the situation, and net quickly, you f grasp best medlcino I over used for pains ; for will directly Hud ypurself In a most prosperous MKllUCll JlMVltt. which you und cramps aiid colic In children, ft can't bo buslucss, at of money. can surely makoonly a sura Urge sums 'Jhe. results ill few Tho unseating of Micliael Davitton beat. For llux, it is tho king." hours' wort will ollcn equal a week's wages'. tho ground of "clerical intimidation" is Mr. It. L. Blenkinship, of Tooloy. V. Whether you am old or youiyt, man or woman, It, we makes no a ioor triumph for Ids enemies. Its Va., has this to Bay; "Last April I had cess will dluireuce, nt do as verytell you, and sucmeet you tho start. Neither gravest result will be that tho verdict dis- an extremely .severe qttackpf diarrhea ; experience or capital necessary. Those who work had twenty-on- e actions Of iny bowels in for us are rewarded. Why not write to day for qualifies him from holding public ofllcep particulars, me t IS. O, AL.LKN & CO., x for seven years, but wo aro by no mf ans less than two hours. I took three doses full ilox No. 480, Augusta, Me ofJJgbtning Hot Drops and it relieved sure that ho will bo tho loser tlioro-bmo Instantly." Mr. Davitt could not wlold any Drops is Vhy safest, surLightning in tho British parliament greater est, quickest Hot remedy over compounded than thatwhich ho possesses out of it. for each and all of, the abovo complaints. Ho is a tribuno of tho poople, as Wendell .Moreover, it cures all pains, external and Phillips was, and nobody thinka that Internal, and is tho best safeguard .known Phillips would havo bocn rnoro of aacor to destroy tho evil effects of a chango of water or diet. Pleasant to i&Vo. SweetWe are prepared supply in congress than ho was on tho platform. Michael Davitt was unseated onco beforo, ened, children liko it. Lightning Hot Lumber pr mptly in large or in medicine, ten years ago, whon tho .liouso of conv Dropsis sold by all dealers small Its, f r all purp ses. mous declared 1dm disqualified to sit' as at 26p, and 60c. a bottle, on tho guaranrepresontafivo from tho County Meuth tee: No relief, no pay. Try if onco. HERON & OO. Bo Loolc for Trade-Mar- k becauso of his "having boon adjudged of not deceived. 0L0VREP0RX, KY natives gathering herbs. Mado only guilty of folony and sentenced to penal by Harb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. Borvitutlo for fifteen yoars," Thcro are oil art, Now York, Rev. F. C. some titles of condemnation which are vrUctt: "Acorn on ttiotoe Inh distinctly titles of honor, aud Mr. Davitt C. C. them In tlio flctih, which ' merC. Cert til h Corn Caro? hi oat has been fortunate to earn more than his SULZER'S. cifully removes." share of them. Boston Pilot l, mixture consisting of 20 pounds corn-mea10 ounds wheat middlings and 0 pounds flno animal meal. This should 1)0 scalded with boiling water and fed at 0, 0, 1 3 u. m. and at 3 and 0 p. m. Feed liberally with craofced corn and cracked wheat: giv6 milk for drink if possible: If not, clean,' fresh 'water in shallow iron dishes;'als6 keep adjsh near them of finely ground bono (ltj beei scraps, aud an abundanco of gTccCYood always. These methods will dtoilop young chicks faster and niako them stronger than any other' system of feeding. Always keep young chicks shadod from a glaring sun and sheltered from rainstorms: havo a boarded brooding coops, and as soon us yqting chicks begin to roost p'rdvido a wfdth smooth joist not oVer two1 feet from tho floor, protected 'from all one-- I mies of tho young chick, und with good strong Stock to start with and tho above rrnnA pnmr ....- - ..w...,, . - ulinillfl rniiul nnni-lt-r IflA tl""." V...j vmi ....y.. per cont of your hatches. Now. at the ago'of 12 week's sepanlto tho y'oting males froiii tho nutlets. Wetl thete fast ma- luring pullets on1 good Wlteat ilhd barloy oats td iiiduee carly.laying, tho cockefeli c wholly on corn for size tlnd flesh. .... ... -f Poplar Shingles TABLER'SDII flr.in ' RllfiKFYrTILl. OINTMENT c Q. W. BEARD 1 MORRIS ESKRID0E j R. i JOLLY. X - - -- Dire tor INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Louisville, St Louis k Texas RJ, Co. TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect . 3iTO 22. 21 At 7:00 o'clek 53 XI Euiday, June 18f 189 tfil Bound Train KxprU Mall & Eatt Bound Tratnt Mall A M Kxpr'e STATIONS Dally Dally 630pm 7 45am 0 43 SOU HJipr'i Expr, Dally Dally 12 40nm 12 25 tv.un'n p't ..ar Kentucky St. 8 45pm Marvelous discovery! 720 723 73o 744 753 8 01 8 40 844 8 50 90S 915 9 24 9 34 9 40 1004 1022 1025 1038 1043 1054 11(13 p HlectricMS aw 818 8 28 8 3.1 841 845 854 869 9 01 948 960 1010 1018 West Point 11 45am Howard 1140 Rock Haven 1117 Long D ranch 1108 Urandcnburg 1058 10 49 Ekron 10 40 Custon Irvlngton 1030 1022 Webster I.odlburg 1014 1010 Pierce S&kuple 1002 Stephensport 9 58 Holt Cloverport Petrie Falcon Cayce Lewfsport Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Stanley Worthlngton Iteads Spottsvltle Griffith HawesvilleAddison Shops, 955 9 42 9 37 830 762 7 4S - 730 729 722 lU 707 668 645 638 630 625 618 614 611 600 565 5 44 535 527 612 4 56 4 43 4 35 t ' ' CHOLERA? VHHK 1 913 920 932 941 9 48 954 958 10 Of) 1021 Skillman i 1111 1110 1120 1120 1033 10 43 1142 1265-12 SPAVSHCllltf 1055 11 00 1221 1205pm lo 224 231 1103 1110 1118 1128 1135 967 927 916 908 902 868 852 835 822 812 800 754 761 7 43 5 21 518- -- .l 6 v 422 417 414 401 354 360 12 38 12 48 1254 11 50pm 1 10pm ar.Henders'n lv 735 727 720 7 05am 4) , t & WE TELL YOU i LoulsvllteHadlnsDurg&Wefoll.lT, TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, West Bound Tralht Hast Bound Dally Dally Dally ex Sun. ex Sun, STATIONS. ex Sun, 6 No. V No. 2 TIME TABLE. 1891. De-Wit- t's No.l 11 12 10pm 12 42 No. 2 30am Lv Irvlngton Ar 9 30am Train! Dallr ex Sun No. ( "Klfl -- 1 2 iz zo 118 ISO 148 165 2 16pm 260 jiocKvaie 302 Huth 314 Asklns DoV. 829 400pm ArKordivilleLv uarheld 8 35 Harned 815 Hardlnsburg 760 Kirk 715 Jolly 705 Olendcane 6 44 Demnster 634 ar Kallsltoughlv 614am 554 629 5 21 600 4 43am s ;?' y. THELOUISVlLLE&STLOUISftlR LIKE. (L. E.ABT. L.R. R.) rfa ft 1S A'J( SHORTEST, QUICKEST LUMBER t Il St. Louis, AND BEST LINE TO West and Time-Car- AND ALL POINTS Bouth-We- t. Evansville if d Arr 8t. Louli Kransvlllo 120 " ...lOiOOp.a For further laformatloB, call oa or addreu, R. A. CAMP8ELL, J. 8 CAMPBELL, Lt. Louisville io Effect July 3I, 1892. 8:05 a.m..,8:25. p.ui...4iH) n m 7:20 pm ...8:45 am f l D. P. A. LoaliTtlia.Kr. City Tleket Offlc, 8, W. Cor. Third, k Mala St., Loulirillo, Ky I Jr P