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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 22 March 1893

u 9' 4 THE. BR.EXGKEXNRIDQEX HEWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. n I1 ... .' IT A lv t A 1 '' W ' ;H ' jgy Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAKOII 22, 1803. WOMAN'S WORLD. I A STRIKING FIGURE AT THE RECENT HORSE SHOW IN NEW YORK. I Margaret Slather' Marriage. July 20 the Iiov. Frank A. Peaso, pastor of tho Methodist church In this city married Philip G. Pabst and Margaret Finlnyson (Margaret Mather). Thoy themselves In an ovoryday manner at tho parsonage, aud as Miss Mather gave her maiden name tho clergyman had no thought of who alio was. The couple drovo from the depot In a carriage and left for Chicago on the next train. Both gavo Chicago as their place of residence, and when Mr. Peaso said, "Wo havo Pabsta In this state," no in-- timatlon was given that tho groom va a relatlvo, nor did tho clergyman know until Boino time after who his visitors were. Somo weeks after tho marriage Mr. Pabst mot Mr. Peaso on tho train coming from Milwaukee, and then, in n conversation, ho admitted that Captain Pabs...

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. — 22 March 1893

V. t 4 If". ' - i.f ; 'y rf &fe?K r V-V MRS. RIDGELY CAYCE, Purchasing Agent, C43 Fifth Street, LOUISVILlilS, ICY. Sample and estimates furnlilioj on apphaatlon I ms BamaKfiMRiDsa nrws, GLovmRPOKD, ky. 6 --. .X, r.fj. ?.J? vtv. '.ri.ffrw: Cim Hainbleton House HARDINSBURQ, KY. D. J. MATTINGLY, - - - Proprietor. .First class accomodations and reasonable rates. Ytur patronage 10II0I ted. li. J. MATTINGLY. A. J. KIRST, MERCHANT TAILOR, CANNELTON, IND. lTSults made to order In the latest style. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES. " . -Mr. John W. O'JJrlen lina moved to '. - this. city. ' Mrs. Judge Murray went to Louis- villr Inst week. Como and try some of tho Tell City ' r flour at Fella's. Candies, nuts and confectioneries at y Fella's grocery. - Try that maple sugar at tho City Bak ery. locU a pound. Mrs. Orfllo Dellavon 1b visiting Mrs. A. J. Gross at Louisville. Born to the wifo of James YV. Smith, on tho 16th inst, a fino boy. Price my furniture befo...

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. — 22 March 1893

k 4 W Ft fr s , I I JR. V i J Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1893. RIPPED UP JHE BACK. Governor Brown Comos Back at Bucknorand Fully Domonstratos. That Ho Knows a Thing or Two About tho Affairs of tho State. NO PERSONALITIES INDULGED IN. As was promised nnd generally expected, Governor Brown lias published his reply to tho scathing letter of ex-Gov. Buckner, published n couplo of weeks ago. "Gov. Brown, In his last statement, reviews tho facta leading up to tho present controversy and says it was then his sincere purposo in tho presentation of his conclusions to "nothlngextenuatc.norsct down aught In malice." Says Governor Brown : "It was not a mero voluntary work, but an official and responsible task imposed upon us by the request of tho General Assembly asking for information. Wo had our choice to do this in a perfunctory way, by adopting tho views of others, or to do it earnestly, by making as best wo could an investigation for ourselves. The latter course was preferred....

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. — 29 March 1893

IV RJ?:- s: ' ' Orders promptly filled and carets, - ful attention given to for"'"" CUSTOM WORK. IT.- - VM tj! li'i ' vv :T W& Erfr. . s K- $&' ':, m r&? v: ' ATt w vti&XV&J IRVINGTDN MILLING CO, IRVINGTON, KY. - Merchant and Custom MILLERS Grain Dealers anil Manufacturers or the Highest Grades OF Roller Process Roller Process i Bran, Shipstuff and Ample capital, tho best quality of grain and modern machinery, skillfully handled enable us to produce results unsurpassed. For any further information call on or address the IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. ..Otiew Have GrO Hard times, high prices and big profits, can't exist in this town, because wo have tho Goods and make tho Prices that save tho Peoplo's money. 80,000 IN GOODS Prices to h Slashed, DRESS GOODS. Fifty Drei Pattern! no two alike, iirleei $1.50 to $8.75. New Patterns In Pren Oinghami. Don't fail t6 lee the lorolj Pereali. Iluoiler Cotton one yard wide 6o Cheok Cotton, good quality io. SHOES. I...

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. — 29 March 1893

i. IT f Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAKOII 20, 1893. ISO D.St VIRGIL. O.DABIIAGB, Editors and Proprietor!. I.., St. Ij. & T. l.ocnl Time Card. Mall and Express going East 10.01 a.m. " West -10.41 a.m. tfxpress " East 6.57 p.m. " West .. 9.48 p.m. Loom jfralcht " East 11.19 .m. " West 10.0J a.m. IN HIRING A SALES- MAN Tho first you ask is about his p.nc.n nnil acnuaintanco. If it is among tho buying classes, you think well of tho salesman. The News' acquaintance and influence aro with ho buying classes. That is why every merchant thinks so well of advertising in The News. SIX PAGES. James Ulnckburn has been appointed U. S. Marshal for Kentucky. The wind storm last Thursday did considerable damage at several points in this SUte. It has just come to light that $2,000,-000 has been wrongfully paid out for pensions by tho Republican administration. In another column we ofTer to our subscribers a patent egg basket, something very cheap and useful to every farmer. The Kentucky Tress ...

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. — 29 March 1893

EMPIMWP,W1WWMI,I A es JERSEY COWS. mux essay, 11 v a. 11. tuknrr. THEIKIIIBTOIIY. In the Island of Jersey, for upward of onu hundred years, legislation has under heavy penalties, tho into the island of any and every member of tho bovine race; the increase then-fore is confined wholly to the births from the thoroughbred cattle on the island. A Bingle exception is made in favor of steers for beef purposes. Whatever, therefore, of merit there is in keep-a breed strictly pure tho Jetsey possesses in a supereminent degree. Bred upon a little island where no other breed of horned cattle was allowed, by a rural population who were interested in the milk only as to ita butter content, butter (outido of vegetables for market) being the monoy crop, v 1th but little if any demand for milk, it was natural that she should be bred with tho viow of producing butter. Tho result of breeding for generations for a soecific object boa been to make tho Jersoy a "butter" cow. Tho Jersey is tho most thoro...

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. — 29 March 1893

B 1 "-4 t i-y? ' Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAKGII 29, 1893. jUUVj Professor Felix L. Oswald Predicts the Population for 1993. rnouiiEss in science and akt. Senator l'clrer Seea a Good Time Coming. Intending Prediction by General Jnmpn, Professor lirlcirs anil 31. Quad Secretary lluik on the l'uturo of Agriculture. Copyright, IKO, by American Press Association. A few years ngo Mr. Gladstone) favored tbb American public with tlio prediction that in A. D. 2000 tho United States would have 000,000,000 Inhabitants, basing his calculation on tho fact that In tho course of tho last century tho population of our republic had increased 1,200 per cent. He might as wutl havo inferred that a plno trca on its twentieth birthday would bo a milo high because in tho first ten years of Its cxlstcnco it had growti from an inch to a height of twclvo yards. In somo of the eastern states tho rate of progress has oven now fallen to one-third of Its initial velocity, and will undergo an additional red...

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. — 29 March 1893

( i t - A J 7 i i f IJ MRS. R1UGELY CAYCE, Purchasing Agent, 643 Finh Street, LOUISVILLM, ICY. Stmplei and eillmitei furntihcd on applioatlon Hambleton House HARDINSBURQ, KY. B. J. MATTINGLY, - - - Proprietor. Flnt elm accomodations anil reasonable rntts, Yiur patronage lollelted. B.J. MATTINGLY. A. J. KIRST, MERCHANT TAILOR, CANNELTON, IND. rXrSntti made to order In the latoit ttyle. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1893. LOOAL BEEVITIE8. tfnlr dealing at Babbago's. Pel-, in ddck eggs for salo at 0. 0. Martin's. Mrs. Frank Fraizo went to Louisville Monday. Dr. R. L. Neweom went to Louisvillo Thursday. " K. N. Miller spent TUursdny in Os. Elder, of Mooleyvlllo, was in 'tho city Wednesday. Wear the Monarch shirt. Best assortment at Babbago's. Mrs. J. B. Itamlall gave a World's Fair entertainment last night. Miss Jennie Warfleld entertained "Entre Nous" Monday night. The only exclusive Furnisher in the city. Give us a call. Babbage. You aro not in it if you don't purchase ' you...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 29 March 1893

' WW " f kif33 Ki). wxiiriji W KefljM .pim' ;' "T,1 i it-"1 6JL t& aggggafii! Yrr Breckenridge Kews. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20, THE SPUING BONNET. WHY IT USUALLY BLOSSOMS FORTH ON EASTER SUNDAY. Ollvo Harper Writes of tba Origin and Kr- olutlonof Some Sam- Our Orand- zfflLmswr nijn'ia83fSs rru un ui)viy u t font of ten, If naked howtlldliaui caring in now gannenipfifljvitiJcvly bonnets, on Easter Sunday onjAiftiteA, would speak of it aa ono evolved from a desiro to commemorato In n ineasuro tho rising of our Lord, and to bo clothed outwardly nnow ua a symbol of refreshed and faith and a sign of rejoicing. But it is not duo to that, though probably that is tho sentiment actuating thd fair of today when they don their pretty now clothes, and, above nil, their Easter bon-nets. To say Easter bonnet brings to tho mind tho undefined sense of early spring, bluo skies, tho scent of lilacs, and out of this dim and misty hnzo materializes tho imago of a lovely girl with tender eyes heavy with V...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 29 March 1893

BBBW ' i iiw in mull ntTirt ni ji ii n - K bt Is,. Jt t L- . P. r It 4?. fc K & T It '?". l -? First ty fid ca G dr dc ol D n VI . i K' V CUSTER. Babe Butler luis the nrcaslcB. Mr. Win. I'mr was the gueht of M ss Itosa' Hoard on tliu lDtli. Austin Hoard got Ids foot badly cut with an nx while flouring. A Rront deal of sickness now Meador tides day and night. A little girl cime to the homo of Frank Sekuske, on the Sid. iust. Miss Amanda and Ila I Indwell visiting their mint, .Mrs. F. 11. Lyon. Mr. Huston Butler and family hmo left the .city to try country life ngain. Messrs. Wm. Bennett, Samuel Oliver and F. B. Lyon nre in Louisville selling tobacco. Mr. and Mrs. .fubel week with their son, while since. served to tho American breeder, of forty years of devoted skill and untiring application, to dovelop her to her greatest capacity. As a result of his systematic endeavors, tho American-bred Jereoy of to-day is more than fifty per cent, superior in butter-capacity to that of twenty...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 29 March 1893

j. , i . 4r if Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1893. SO D. St VIRGIL O. B ADDAOB, Editors and Proprietors. l. St. I. dc T. Local Tlmo Card. Mall and Express Koine East 10.01 a.m. " West -10.41 a.m. Eipren " But 5.57 p.m. " Wait .J p.m. Looai Ireitat " Bait ...11.19 a.m. " " Wait .10.05 a.m. IN HIRING A SALES- MAN Tho first you ask is about his onpA find AcnimintanCC. If it is among tho buying classes, you think well of tho salesman. The News' acquaintance and influenco are with Uio buying classes. That is why every merchant thinks so well of advertising in The News. SIX PAGES. James Blackburn has been appointed U. S. Marshal for Kentucky. TitK wind storm last Thursday did considerable damage at several points in this State. It has just come to light that $2,000,-000 has been wrongfully paid out for pensions by the Republican administration. In another column we offer to our subscribers a patent egg basket, something very cheap and useful to every farmer. The Kentucky Tress A...

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. — 5 April 1893

i . ? !'- K fc i- v- V W icle M rSS3i3e - A." U -. - 43S?&&3&S4 ' 1 B. F. B1ARD & COS 0 S Dre - SSSSSi?SSSJS5SJ'S SBSeSSS' S:i SSt Algenen Strips, Indian dimity, Dotted Swiss Mull, Swiss. Stripes,? China Mull, Egyptian Mull, Silk Foulards. SHOES for everybody. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Opera Ties, Russias, Bluchers, Common Sense, Newport NOTIONS for all. Ties,vBuslaris; Ladies' Collars and Cuffs, all colors,. Ladies' Silk Umbrellas, Windsor Ties, Baby Lace Caps, Children's Hats, We invite you; one Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1893. CARE AND TREATMENT OF JERSEY CATTLE. PRIZE ESSAY, I1V MRS. EI.LA HOCKWOOI). Perhaps no breed of cattle possesses In a greater degreo susceptibility to treatment, kind or unkind, than tbo Jersey. The peculiar nervous temperament so essential in a perfect dairy cow is ono of her strongest characteristics. Look at the bright, intelligent face of a true specimen of this breed, and note the largo oyes, bright and glistening. Loo...

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. — 5 April 1893

Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. APiUL 5, 1893. I MO D. A VIRGIL O. II Anil AGK, Bdltors and Proprietors. li., St. I.. A: T. Local Tlmo Card. Mall and Express going East 10.0) a.m. Wcit -10.44 a.m. tfxpress " East 6.57 p.m. h it West 9.4A p.m. Local freight " Eait 11.19 a.m. ii i Wait -10.05 a.m. EIGHT PAGES. It Is reported at Hardlnsburg that a number of tho wealthy taxpayers of that vicinity have given a big bond for tho purposo of indemnifying tho county ngainst loss, should tho Magistrates to levy tho tax to pay tho Interest on tho railroad bonds voted to & Co. Some timo ago McCrackon & Co., obtained a judgment against and a part of tho Hough Creek districts in tho Federal Court at Louisville, for tho money, but now it is said tho case is to bo carried to tho Supremo Court of tho United States by tho defendants, and tho citizens want tho Magistrates to withhold their action in making a levy until tho matter is determined there. The Board of Sinking Fund Commissioners held a...

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. — 5 April 1893

'.. ,f t$?y $ . ir ? Ik &a 'feV r "V "" . 5. ' Mr-' it? ". ii. J y -- V .T- "J MRS. RIDGELY CAYCE, Purchasing Agent, 643 Fifth Street, LOUIKVILLK, ICY. Samples and eitluiatei furnished on applisatlon Hambleton House HARDINSBURG, KY. B. J. MATTINGLY, - - - Proprietor. Pint clan accomodations and reaionabla ratei. Ytur patronage solicited. 11. J. MATTINGLY. A. J. KIRST, MERCHANT TAILOR, CANNELTON, IND. pfrSuIti made to order in the latest stylo. n Ul ULILLIlUnilllLIII Tin and Iron Roofing Gutters and Spouts made to order. Write for Prices. Clovorport, Ky. Breckenridge News."" WEDNESDAY, APKIL 5, 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES. ShlrW in all tints at Babbngo's. A. T. Bugger was at homo Sunday. If you want good seed corn call at this office. Carter's annual stock sale, atlrvington, - April 14th. Mr. Hal 0. Murray left Sunday for Louisville. Mrs. Frank Fraizo srent Easter in Louisville. x Mies Tishua Hall is visiting in tliis week. Mrs. John Allen Murray was in for Easter. Misa Ditto returned ...

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. — 5 April 1893

6 J. first u THE1 BR.ELGKEXNR.IDQE1 NEIWS, GLOYERPORT, K.Y. Millinery Goods Cheaper than ever known, FLAGE CARTER'S Sale IRVINGTON, KY Friday, April" 14th, 1893. Consisting of HORSES, CATTLE,, HOGS and SHEEP. At the head of the li&t stands' BB.N HBRR and DUPLEX The last of Shelby Girl's Colts, which met with an accident last winter that cost her her life. This remarkable marc was sired by Shelby Chief, he by Alexander's Abdullah,, dam by Hinton's Eclipse, he by American Eclipse, was a five gaited animal and could trot a mile in 2:38. Her ability to produce combined horses from gaited sires and full fledged trotters from trotting sires seems wonderful BEN HERR, is a combined three year old stallion, black, no white, in form closely resembles his world renowned ancestor American Eclipse, leaving out low weathers. See A'mcri can Cyclopedia of Live Stock, page 3 12. Sired by Royal Denmark N. S. R. No. his pedigree runs down through America's grandest old sires of the turf, such as D...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 5 April 1893

?. ) M fi W WORLD'S FAIR. 8TATE BUILDINGS AT THE FAIR. llnw liullunK, Vet Virginia, Illiodo Islnmt nnil I'lorldii Will llu Ilcprcaenteil. There In nlwnys Homcthlns? loft undono nt tho opotiiri,' of sueh a giKiintio affair ut the UliiciiKO World's fair, but It la to leuni that all tho Btutc will be completed in good time, ami that each Is typical of tho stuto it WIWT VlltOINIA liUIMIINO. rentn Among the latest states to do her Vork ou the grounds i.s West Virginia, hut phi linn dime tho appropriate thing by putting np a headquarters for her citizens, of the cottage stylo, and which, with its porches and windows, suggests reminiscences of both tho south and tho mountains As is tho cuso with most of the l)uildings, it will bo fitted for social purposes and a gathering placo for the stutn's K'oplo rather than for an and any visitor from West Virginia will be weluoiuo. Oddly enough, Ilayti wan tho first to couiplotu h(ir building, and Australia was tho first to got h(r exhibition on the ...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 5 April 1893

i i I 5T ' .ftmwymmi, cairM'im" tmfufiwimmmtmi a THl BRaOKmNRlDOEl NRWS, OLOVERPORT, K.Y. HJ'illJWlllMlliiaaMrtCi;iiT Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, AMIIL 5, 1803. ADDIIKSS THE POWER OF AN OPEN BIBLE. nv hrv. oeo. s. savaok, dist.bmt. a. n. ., rOIl KY. AND TKN.V. Delivered Before Monteale Sunday-School Assembly. If an ethical Hno wero drown on tlio canvass, tt would show but littlo variation from the opening of Itovolatlon to tbo times of Samuel, when tho Hno would uiako a dip of obscuration; because "thcro was no open vision, and tbo Word of tho Lord was precious in those days." Schools of tho Prophets had been established at Bethel, Gligal, and Mizpeh. They wero special schools for teachers' and prophets as tho mouth pieces or oracles of God. Tho great change in the affairs of God's peoplo hi ought humiliation and calamities. Tims ended the theocracy of tho Jews. Tho opening of the vision to David brought tho return of Israel's departed glory, for "wondrous tilings" wero revealed t...

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. — 12 April 1893

R p. i t. - r I F It. kit" I': mrrrp BRE ENRI E NEWS. VOL. XVII. CLOVERPOKT. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1893. NO. 38. f 1111 i. to. I.'n !.' IRVINGTQN MILL! CD, IRVINGTON, KY. Merchant and Custom MILLERS Grain Dealer and Manufacturer or the Highest Grades OF Roller Process Roller Process Corn, nesul Bran, Shipstuff and Amplo capital, tho" best quality of grain and modarn. machinery, Bkillfully handled enable us to produce results unsurpassed. Orders promptly filled and attention given to CUSTOM WORK. For any further information call on or address tho IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. &MMMfl&ggSs3Ma i- T-if ' 'iii f " .? t t.il .i'"if'TT''"'i'"n:'i'n,m' . . ' . IB r;'iy;n;tt, r,wyT ytn,n. .", W't'; V v Have TO GrO Hard times, high prices and big profits, can't exist in this town, hecauso wo havo tho Goods and make tho Prices that savo the People's money. $30,000 IN GOODS Prices to be Slashed. DRESS GOODS. Fifty Dress Pntteim no two alike, prices $1.50 to $8.7i. Ne...

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