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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 26 October 1892

V!Z HOW TO VOTE. Tho Manner of Voting by Socrot Ballot Explained. Severe Penalties Provided for tho Violation of Certian Regulations. Below wo give instructions as to "how to voto," which, if followed, will cnablo tho voter to vote without danger of having his ballot thrown out. Cut it out and study it. HOW TO OBTAIN BALLOTS FOB VOTING. Any person desiring to voto and legally entitled to do so at this election, shall givo his narao and residence to tho clerk holding tho ballots, who shall writo tho samo upon tho main stub of tho ticket In tho blank places provided therefor, etc. Tho clerk shall then detach tho ballot, with tho secondary stub attached, from tho stub, and writo his own name on tho back thereof, and hand it thus endorsed to tho elector. Tho clerk shall givo him ono and only ballot, and upon request of tho voter, shall givo explanation of tho manner of voting. HOW TO rBEl'ARE. On receipt of his ballot tho elector shall forthwith, and without leaving the room, rctiro alo...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 26 October 1892

mUMP 141MB xtlpJtH flw CloTtrport ,num fakes a fiiinkora. ry high ndnot )m rtho FTuro only tho buttor Butter Is just ns FT nnd tho highest ffcomo from private 'nowB anything about sny that creamery but- vastly suporior to that rms of tho country? But amory product was no bet- in butter, tho creameries arc fccauso of tho saving in labor With a well appointed lo.men. or at most threo, will rof !ono hundred and fifty taking butter. "Wo do not Rhat two men can do as much aany women, but a lowill take caro of tho milk Ijns and maKO it into uuuer vera not for tho creamery each wl50 women would bo fntyor thirty pounds of but and selliug it for less per (k gets for a pound of tho i tho milk. stem States whero almost ti&houso was built by a spring er, flowing the year round, tho Svwaa placed near thoBpring riilk. Bet in crocks on stono slabs t constant stream of pure, cold I around it. Under these reater part of tho butter-fat Such conditions aro not Krith in tho West. Springs aro tho mi...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 26 October 1892

Dr J. M. Clayton, ' Physician Surgeon. Cljft'e? otrr i'oyrie it Wt Hardware Slore. OLOVERPORT. KY. A. A. Simons, M. D. Physician ? Surgeon 0ice otrr Jtreckenridge Hank. CLOVERPORT, KY. J.W.JARBETT, LJ.S.CIaim & Pension Agent STEPHENSPORT, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, 20, 1M)2. PUBLIC SPEAKING Mi C. 1". Basil, of Loutavitlf, n Michigan Deuiocr.it, will address tl.o of Clovorport to-night. LOCAL BREVITIES. W. A. Smith, of Holt, wns in the city Monday. JihIko T. It. McBcnth Fciit Sundny in this city. John W. B niirlinnip, of JtainiiU', wns in the city Mondny. - Hlh street is now being improved between First mid Second. Mrs. Hobt. McCnvock, of Missouri, is Suiting Mrs. Thos. Denn. Mrs. Geo. McMionn, of DeKovin, was visiting her husband liibt week. Mrs. Manion, of Henderson, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Patrick llooney. Born to the wife of Thos. II. Moorman, Oct. 5th, a boy, Win. Priest Moorman. Mrs. Ciias. Cottrell, of Busselville, is tlio guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Short. Lou...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 26 October 1892

tti rt :t ' J. 'V 'V h . V, ! i V, 'A -Mt' ' 4V -'0 ! . u u r r; ' 5- ?' m Democratic Ticket. FOIl I'SESIDENT, GROVER CLEVELAND, OK NKW YpitK. l'Oll VICIMMIKSIUKNT ADLAI E. STEVENSON, OF ILLINOIS. pon CONOItKSS A. B. MONTGOMERY, 4 OF 1IAIIDIN COUNTY. FOK CinCUIT JUDGE T. R. McBEATH, OF GRAYSON COUNTY. FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY WEED S. CHELF, OF HARDIN COUNTY. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK R. S. SKILLMAN, FOR SHERIFF F. K. RHODES. SIX PAGES. Lot every Democrat get in line and be at his post on next Tuesday. Clovehport will go to Hardensburg with her usual Democratic majority. The betting in Chicago last week was even money that Cleveland will carry Illinois. ' The Indiana Supreme Court ha decided that tho registration roquirojacut of that state is unconstitutional. Vote tho straight Democratic ticket. There are no complications about it. And there is no danger of your ballot being thrown out. JoiiKtAUen Murray will speak at Mc-Daniels and Custer precincts this week. Tho Democrats should ...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 2 November 1892

Jte T."aiaB5B "tMfetE THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL. XVII. CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1892. NQ.15 Irvington Milling COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. Mcrchnnl and Custom Millers, Grain Dealers and Manufacturers of tho Highest Grades Urn " My m w2jBt m o m V HI M lt "- 1 OK Roller Process Roller Process Corn IMZestl Bran, Shipstuff and Amplc capital, the best quality of grain and modorn machinery, skillfully handled enable us to produce results unsurpassed. Orders promptly filled and careful attention given to CUSTOM WORK. For any further information call on or address the IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. Few Pointers How to make your money gon long ways to buy your winter ZBoots cSc. Siloes Men's Hoots for $1.23 were sold nt $1.75 " " 1.08 " 2.75 " box too bootw for 51.0S " 2.75 A full line ofslioii made goods. The Hauler Man Shoe OSc.hold for$1.50 Ciood BiibHtnntial UufTPlioc for $1.24 sold lor - - - - $1 .75 Gent's fine Dress Shoo for $1.48 sold for $2.00 Gent's Calf ...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 2 November 1892

m f V ik f F rqfiiy&? Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, N0VEMBKU2, 1892. Continued from First I'ogo. SfiiRI KT I RTTKR W V11X IJJ1J 1 IJLJ 1 J. JJUi Bj NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE. It is singular, norcrtholcss, that certain persons, who wcro spectators of tho wholo sccno and professed novcr onco to havo removed their oyes from tlio Rovorond Mr. Dimincsdnlo, denied that there was any mark whatever on his breast moro than on a nowborn infant's. Neither, by thoir report, bad his dying words acknowledged nor oven romotely implied any, tbo slightest, connection on his part with tbo guilt for which Hester Prynno hod so long worn iho scarlet letter. According to theso highly rcspcctablo witnesses, tho minister, conscious that ho was dying conscious also that tbo rorerenco of tho multitndo placed him already among saints and angels had desired, by yielding up his breath in tho arms of tliat fallen woman, to express to tho world bow uttorly nugatory is tho choicest of man's own righteousness. After ...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 2 November 1892

i I - s4S V'l ; K . I 4j 5 "! r . -.i I r. , UNFORGOTTEN. Tlio tntirnfni; limim wcro raorry. Tliu Kt'nliil iikmiIi culm, Tliu fnicrnnro of tin- wild no la like ii ln'iilii lmliiii TboblrtU wltlilii tin- wcxxllaml Cnhil a liuppy winfc Mul In in)' licnrl ulilili'S Rllll A Mirrmr illipiiiul strung My "Mir lout lncl TboKltllerlu't ttrviiinti't iiuiini'jni Over Its lilil)' liwl, Tliolkic) rluiiil (ulllii( Ht lightly nrerlnml; Tho tinutliern lirruro l plaj Ins Amonit tlie linzt'l IhimkIis; llut, ulil rcnu'niliriitit'u dies not Of hopeful, Imupy xiiwii My iuur liwt lnvul Tlio chltn Iiido bills w Toward tlio denr Muo ky, "O'orliwik tlio hinlllni; alley Where lieroat nut 1 lie: Tlwso Imiu lillls aru tlio i mbloni Ortlint rurnllciit land, Wliero hIic I Invcil Ik renting, Ouo of n itiiintlttw Imud My poor lout lovol A vision nf n yew A narrow, turf elml Bravo Tlio w Inter nf nenuntr) Where winds rayo; Allttlutoriout falling. With moaning, inniirufiil sound. Fills my linnKlimtlon Knr moro Minn ...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 2 November 1892

l-if - U hvjjh. " ' "w ?- r. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2,, 1892. CUSTER. Held over from last week No school Friday. Did you celebrate 7 Wo didn't. Mrs. W. D. Cannnn is quite sick. F. B. Lyon spent last week in Louisville. Wedding bells, saya rumor, will soon peal forth in the Custer neighborhood. Miss Bee Meyer, Buras, has lately been .visiting her sister, Mrs. 11. 0. Bennett. Frank Qottbrath, groceryman, ond ' Jim. Bishop, shoetnan, wero in town last week. Miss Hallio Ilnrdaway, Miss Smith and Mr. John Bennett went to Sunday. Sinco our last writing, Henry Carman has left for Irvington, where ho is in tho ' hotel business. Miss Fannlo HarringtonJ accompanied by her brother, Tom, went to Friday to visit relatives. Oxien, tho great nerve and brain food, is creating a big demand for itself and is for sale by Alexander & Pile. Tho persimmon crop is unusually good and and will soon bo ready for harvesting. Tho 'possum crop will bo gathered, too, in a short time. - And er...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 2 November 1892

Dr .J. M. Clayton, Physician Surgeon. Office over Payne it CV Hardware Store. . OLOVEHPORT. KY. A. A. Simons, M. D. Physician Surgeon Office over Hreclcnridge Hank. CLOVEHP011T, KY. J. W. JARRETT, U.S. Claim & Pension Agent STEPHENSPORT, KY. Breckenridge News. WKDNjyDAY.NOVKMIJ'Mt 2, ISU2. LOCAL MtEVITIES. Kubbcrs lit YittH. Depot restaurant for sale. Aity to 0. C. Martin. Miss Kiito Uoyd is vinitln in Hawes- ville tills week. Ho sure ami road D'llny's advertisement in tliis isHii't. CIinrk'H Fisher was at liumu visiting rvlativi's last week. Ili'iiry lirtgoiv, of l.ouispoit, is in the city visiting relatives. Ijiwvit ?ri)tt Morrihon, of llnwesvillt', was in tliii rity yesterday. Tl.i HnMiing touches an- being plaeed on Judge Murray's residence. (iciii'ial A. J. tiroes lias been sick at bis home, at Holt, for a week. Miss l.iz7iu Hall, who has been quite sick forsome time, is improving. Columbus discovered America 14i2. Sulzer'B discovered low prices IS!)''. Miss Hutli Sterett, ...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 2 November 1892

r r if-. V Ife M w isb I n Breckenridge News. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1802. NO D. A VIKOIL O. B ADD AOE, Kdltors and Proprietors. Ijm St. K. & T.' l.ornl Tliuo Card. Mall and Kxpreti going East 10.0) a.m. i West -10.44 a.m. axpreii " East S.57 p.tn. " West 0.4 p.m. liOa. Jfrelght ' East 11.19 a.m. ti " West a.m. CHANGE OFADDllESS. When ordering aUritt of your paper changed attcaye give the old at well at the new addrctu Alwaye give county and elate. If your paper ie not received regularly, notify ut. Jf you eend ue an order for new tulnriler pleate allow ue a week to get the name on the litt and paper etarted before you write a complaint, ae ue art very much crowded now. Do not forget to male your renewale in time. Watch your direction tag and eee whett your expiree. The next tU monthe teill leful ofintereetjandyou ihould not mite a tingle copy of THE MtECKENRIDaE NEWS. Send your ordere at leatt a week in advance to male ure. It may not take a week in every inttance ; will get th...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 10 November 1892

r Few Pointers How to make your money go a long ways to buy your winter IBoots cSc Siloes Men's Boots for $1.23 were sold at $1.75 " " 1.03 " 2.75 " box too boots for $1.98 " 2.75 A full line of shop made goods. The Rattler Man Shoo 98c. sold for$1.50 Good substantial Buff Shoo for $1.24 sold lor .... $1.75 Gent's fine Dress Shoo for $1.48 sold for -.-- $2.00 Gent's Calf Shoo for $2.75 sold for $'5.75 IFor Clotliiza.gr "We can not bo beat in styles and low prices. Priccs knocked out. Heavy weight Overcoats for $1.48 worth .... $11.50 Heavy weight Overcoats for $1.93 worth .... $4.25 Heavy weight Overcoats for $.'1.18 wortli .... $0.00 Storm King's Overcoats for $5.48 worth .... $8.00 Dreai Overroate for $7.50 worth - $10.00 " " $10.00 " 12.50 " " 12.50 " 15.00 " " 15.00 " 20.00 Ladies you will miss it If you do not visit our CLOAK DEPARTMENT and bco tho many different styles. You will be sure to purchu.su at tho low prices, ut 98c to $18.00. Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. O...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 10 November 1892

I.' ' IX iar sfrr7l "OorfnwY". rAa - l555L AND UBllSHED v PAET ONE, CHAPTER I. Tho cavaliers always ran when thoy taw Puritan Colonel Brothortof t and his troop of whi to horses coming. Thoy ran from tho lost battlo of in tho days of tho great rebellion, and tho colonel chasod. Lato at night ho rodo wearily back to Ilomcastlo. Ho first took caro that thoso famous horses woro f od a good feed aftor their good fight and bravo chaso, and thon laid himsolf down in his cloak to sleep bosido Cromwell and Fairfax. Prosontly a .yonth on n whito horso como galloping into the town, up to tho quaint houso whero tho oolonol quartered, and shouted for him. Brothortoft looked out at tho window. By the faint light ho recognized young Galsworthy, son of his richest tenant and trustiest follower. , I "Tho king's people havo attackod tho manor houso," cried tho boy. "My lady is trying to told it with tho servants. I como for holp." i In a moment a scoro of men wero mounted and dashing southward. Ten ...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 10 November 1892

If lu r.&lL jgfrMgSHgg COPmir. lft9Q,0Y UMiTCO STAIE5 D00K company . ANO 0UBllSHE0 8y SPtCIAI. AftnAKCEMtNrwmOHEM!. 4 PAET ONE. CHAPTER L Tho cavaliers always ran when tlioy saw Puritan Colonel Brothertoft and his troop of whito horses coming. Thoy ran from tho lost battlo of in tho days of tho great rebellion, anil tho colonel chased. Lato at night ho rodo wearily back to Horncostlo. llo first took enro that thoso famous horses woro f od a good feed after their good fight and bravo chaso, and thon laid himself down in his cloak to sleep bosido Cromwoll and Fairfax. Prcsontly a .yonth on a whlto horso camo galloping into tho town, np to tho quaint houso whero tho oolonol quartered, and shouted for him. Brothortoft looked out at tho window. By tho faint light ho recognizod young Galsworthy, eon of his richest tenant and truBtiost followor. I "Tho king's pcoplo havo attackel tho manor houso," cried tho boy. "My lady Is trying to ljld it with tho servants. I corao for help." In a m...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 10 November 1892

y , t4llaialWliLl.MsMLWlWB.llMlllMl. Breckenridge News. THURSDAY, NOVKMHKll 10, 18!'. Moro Fortunato Ones. Tho premiums offered with tho Nkws continue to go. Since our last issuo tho following persons have received valuable prizes: Mrs. John Frnkes, Urandenburg, ono pair of gold eutl buttons, value, $2, given by Smart A Co. They were very handsome. Mrs. Seifricd, this city, ono iockct knife, value, 50c., given by I'ayno A Co. Elvin French, Union Star, one scarf, value, 50c., given by Vest A Sons. A. A. LnllciBt, this city, ono book, "Model Homes," showing a variety of designs for model dwellings, value, $1,00. Dr. K. O. I'ullian, Leltchfiold, u former Ureckcnridgo countyian, one box (&") clgarcs, given by tho Clovcrport Cigar Factory, value, $1,'J5. W. 1). Smith, Wolf Creek, ono set of gent's gold studs, value, $1,00, given by F. N. Delluy, tho jeweler. Mrs. Fanny Hoard, (inrflulil, one lady's hat, value, $1,50, given by Mrs. II. V. Duncan, the milliner. T. C. Dyer, Lost Hun, on...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 10 November 1892

r T" iJfr T c " . J ,.' w ' f ,N a- K W - - !?'' - t Breckenridge News. TIIUKSIJAY, NOVKMDIiU 10, 1802. A Cloverport Nose-gay of Dudos. Thrru nre m.my cliarmlniroplc Initio iliHurent l.ttlluilcn. Hut (lie mutt charming of ll arc tlio Cloverport "dudes." A description wo'll nlve.ridjnurnay guess who they nre. Tlice liunJioine ) oumc men, who nre 'way nlmvc par. The first young man that U buhe to meet one' gaze, If very polite and affable, for he uy "muiii' It p; s Tlio next with always the scir.aainc decision, Says his goods iirc"iiulte the very latest Paris- Inn. Anotlsjincomcs along with n manly stride, And hl whiskers, they ay, arc his only prlilc. The doctor, the TAIX merchant andTlNNFM who think It meet, To whistle when the girls promenade the ttrcet. A nice younfc merchant with a still loUNOaK mustache, And at may be, supposed, he cuts quite a dnsh. I'rom a certain "station" In life, a dude with eyes to blue, flushes" a number of maidens, hut to none Is he true. rA l,kcen" coll...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 16 November 1892

JMltt j&3& K Ik1 . . jffKSfiM.i TWF " Ki3twmmrfS8i''i . , vr tW' r 4t '", i r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. VOL. XVII CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1892. N0.i7 Irvington Milling COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. Merchant and Custom Millers, r Grain Dealers and Manufacturers of tho Highest Grades aY e K li -n m a m 1 IB IB "' Trwff'rM Vl o '' 'Mr gg OK Holler Process . Roller Process . .Com Ibvdleal Bran, Shipstuff and Ample capital, tho bept quality of grain and motlorn machinery, Bkillfully handled umiblo uh to rcsultH unsurpassed. Orders promptly filled and careful attention given to CUSTOM WORK. For any further information call on or address tho IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. 111 Hfv u mm Pew--Pointer How to inaku your uioiioy go n long a)H to liuy your winter Boots cSc Slxoes Men's ltoout for $1 25 wore sold nt$1.7r " " 1.1)8 " 2 7ft " hox too boot fur 1."3 " 2.76 A full lino of hIioji iniulc goods. Tho ItattliT Man Shoo USc.sold forjl 60 Good stilwtnntlitl ltu...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 16 November 1892

K t J - 4 jV t X , '-. ', " K ?i fl'Kjw ', ill 'm J"V" V wtfiin' " THEX BRRGKRN'RIDGR NRWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. Breckenridge News. ' - 5g -' ii " WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1892. ,SO D.A VIHR1L.O. nAllIIAGH.Itdltorsand Proprietors. m l,.,Ht. I.. A:T. Local Tlnio Cnril. VI all and Kxpreii going East 10.01 a.m. " West ,10.44 a.m. nprm " East 5.57 p.m. ' . Weit - 4 p.m. uoeai fralght " Kait 11.19 a.m. ' West -10.04 a.m. CUAtiF.aDFA.ODN ESS. When ordering a Hwi of your ;r cAaHjed alicayt give f Ae oM , nwKalA Niea(MrM. Aticaye giti ojjiee, county and ttate. If your paper w iio( re- Wreii regularly, notify u. you ( u on ordtr for new mbecriber pirate allow w a iced lo get the name on the Hit aid paper itarted before yon terite n complaint, me ir are very ntucA eroiciiett mow. Do not forgtt to male your rencteate in time'. Wa1c your direction tag and tee uhen your tub' eriplion expiree. The next e'ue mouthe teill he fill of inter t, and you thould not ii a tingle copy ' ofjriiE nRECKExniDan news...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 16 November 1892

WOMAN'S WOULD. Life at Vmmir Collose A Cilrt'M Itfiuo lined Matinee OlrU at llio I'ihiiI Klu.ir. Ilroko tlio !)rillock MIm Kurth'a Timely Note 'About' Wotnnri. film llrnkn llio Dcntllnrk. Fortunate Joslnli IIicks AtPodfonl, Pa., Mr. Hicks hiiajpst been rmmed' for congress. TIiIh whs not ilon'o litfrricrtJy: on tlio contrary Mr. Ilicka was nominated on the CI nth ballot, Then) lind been practically n deadlock, which tlio tricks and cunning of tho shrewdest workers had been unable to break. Mrs. Hicks, who hud lx.'on quietly slaying nt homo attending to her duties, began to wonder why Josiah did not como homo. Pretty soon sho modo it her bnsiness to Irfiiulro. Wliun sho heard of tho deadlock, in which tho I Hicks' aspirations wero involved, rIio packed her bag, put on her bonnet and took tho train for Ocdford. There sho dotennined to lind out who it was that was opposing her husband's nomination, iuiiI why. This sho did so successfully that a Philadelphia paper, relating tho details o...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 16 November 1892

I'V , r I t -1 v v v V PW .TtrJ f 3R - WKj i tS(4S. """ '""""1"' I A "bank now rests upon tho sito of the Billop innnon. Poniloroua, grim, granite, stand tho two columns of its A swinging door squeaks "HaiU" to tho iirosperous lender, and "Avauntl" to tho borrower unindorsed. Within, paying tollora, old and crusty, or young yrft'ml jaunty, stand up to their elbows in gold and smilo at tho offended dignity of porsonagos not Identified presenting checks and in vain requiring payment. Farther back depositors aro feoding money, soft and hard, into tho in aw of tho rccolving tellor. Behind him bookkeepers wield prodigious ledgers and run up and down thoir columns, ngilo as tho lizards of Ptcstum. And in the innermost penetralia of that templo of Plutus tho high priests, old dons of directors, worth billions, sit and fancy that thoy brow crisis or credit. So stand things now whero Edwin Brothortof t onco stood contemplating a brass knocker. Tho door opened, and ho was presently introduced...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 16 November 1892

V b 5- r i ? l f ;- -.;- Hhml iioro miles away. fewbMfc MEWS. Ji 1 , ISltf. rifAUEM. FOOLED A 8QUAD Of 8AM'S CAVALRYMEN. !. of Apnchoa llurrdwml Into the llljituliiK Sand and.Lartn Wt.lt Unlit i till! Soldier Cnmo Up They Axo tho J OittvHmUana Tllat Cnit Ho It. 1' lw Geroniino" nnd a dozen of his nniioa do Bomotalnir In Arizona in 887 Which I novor would havb bollovcd iss Wo had I not "witnessed it with iny wn byes. t Tl fa Apaches aro unquestionably tno los 1 dreaded tribo of Indians on tho lonUhent. Tnoy nro tonguer, inoro en nri i k and moro unconnuorablo ,than ilny ; ther of thoir rnco. An Apacho can jm) ipthasidooi a mountain wun tno ler IOmeter marKintr izu uegs., nnu he ho reaches tho top hp won't show dr i i of extra perspiration, nor will ho 10 a whit taster tlian wnen no d. will go for days without a morsol or a drop of wntor J ho will liyo akes, mico and refuso, or, if tho comes to tho worst, will Bhdot Ills andcatwhat ho wan t of hint raw. t Mit to pursuo a baud of Apach...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
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