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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 26 April 1893

&; Tho timo is at linnd when CARPETS must be bought, Largo sizo chtapest, Sold at Short JIayncs' drug store In i FF , v., -. frwMm.tmi vriW$iWkilto SPRING CLEANING is "on," and tho women are "on war-path." Husbands must "hide out," and the boys must take a hand. Tlio wholo house is and uio ninuntn will never he happy until Bho gets tho SPRING CARPET matter (and tho dust she has raised about it) settled. If madam is WISE slio'll como to "headquarters" and settlo if. If olio has over BEEN to headnuartere" she 11 not need suggestion. If she's a LONG-SUFFERING VICTIM of misplaced confidence placed at somo other place sho'll "surccaso of sorrow" In tlio eleganco, tlio vast ing ACRES of Carpets to INCHES elsewhere, 66 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1893. MISUNDERSTOOD. Many an act with motive sweet, Lies crushed of IU power ol good, And many a heart whose mufllcd beat Is wholly misunderstood. And many an eje whose sparkling light Is dimmed by its weight of cire, To such of 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. — 3 May 1893

ft V. - bt w -1 tja "tf II, NK rv ft. rt' &r &-, is. I1WWJ"11"'1 i"if" THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. .-' J, VOL. XVII. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1893. NO. 41. THE AMERICAN NAVY. B3 HOW IT COMPARES WITH OTHERS IN THE GREAT REVIEW. In 1880 the Unltinl State Stood Nineteenth Anions Naval rowers Now the fifth. The Now Ship Contrasted With UrltUh Hunt. Our reproach is taken away. Tho United States now has a navy to proudly compare, with that of England in tho coming roviow at Now York. Tho latest vessels are from American designs by nativo American designors, built entirely in Amorican yards of American materials. Tho Nowark was tho first result of all jtkeso combined, and her sponsors claim that she is in many respects tho best of tho unarmored cruisers in tho navy. And tho extraordinary advanco in tho scienco of naval warfare is shown by tho fact that, though tho Chicago is but threo years tho older, tho Newark is accounted 2J5 por cent tho inoro efficient as a warship. ...

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. — 3 May 1893

ft fi i-n a THE, BRKGKENRIDGEl NEWS, GLOYKRPORT, KY. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report RoVa! &&m ABSOLUTELY PURE Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1893. mm S birbm i i i ' ' ii ' ii i WHERE TO PUT FERTILIZERS. Arc the licit Ilcsults From llromlcait Sow Ine or by Drilling? Following nro opinions expressed by progressive fanners in communications innilo to Rural Now Yorker: N. D. Piatt. Connecticut, writes: "It has been my practice to broadcast half my fertilizers and drill tho other half. I think it better to uso soino in tho drill to give tho crop an early start nml push it nhcad ns vigorously as po&siblo beforo the insects, etc., appear. I always apply my fertilizer by hand. I would apply the fertilizer and plant tho crop, after plowing, as soon ns tho soil was in suitable condition. I do not think it would pay to either moisten tho fertilizer or to mix it with loam beforo using it." Woodnutt Pettit says: "I should decidedly drill for wheat...

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. — 3 May 1893

&'-'.' K V IfJK' &L :-v ar-'. ' r j S'Jr ' ,v & 6 , m yy i Vie 3. U 3 ' ' r,r t. v- !Psr mm,in&viw u4iijMf mn i m ii 4Mifnpim 1 1 THEX BRRGKRNRIDGK NEWS, GLOYRRPORT, K.Y. 3 sMERIT J ? i .-. v T That is why German Prune Syrup has taken the lead over all other Laxatives. GERMAN Is a concentrated Fruit Compound, and is the most pleasant and effective remedy known, to act gently, yet promptly on the Bowels, Liver and Kidneys, it cleanses the system, it effectually cures Constipation, Headache and Fevers. After the long, hard winter, a torpid liver is the natural result, and indigestion and constipation follow. The best Spring Medicine is German Prune Syrup, which is pleasant to take, mild in its action, yet prompt in its results. German Prune Syrup can be taken by ladies in delicate health with the utmost safety . Give German Prune Syrup to the children it is pleasing to their taste, and its mild results have made it THE MEDICINE for the li.tle folks. German Prune Syrup ...

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. — 3 May 1893

. ? I v Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. MAY 3, 1893. 1 U) D..V VIRGIL O.nAIlHAOK.Kdltoti and Proprietor. I,., St. 1. A:T. Local Time Cnrtl. Mall nd Kxpreni going Eait 10.01 a.m. i Weit 10.44 a.m. txpreii " Eait 5.57 p.m. I Weit .. y.4 p.m. uoca. freight Kail 11.19 a.m. ' Wait ..10.05 a.m. EIGHT PAGES. Tin: Wort's Fair buildings cover n ground space of 240 acres. GovKitN'oit Brown on the Louisville cliarter, "Where am it nt." CiiicuiT Court will conveno at next Monday. There 1h n light docket. GnKAT preparation ifl being made for tho assembling of the Republican league Clubs in Louisville May 10. IIos. Harvey Myers has been appointed a member of the National World's Fair Commission from Kentucky. Aftgii being "dry" for seven years Lancaster, Ky., is to try an election as to whether liquors shall be sold there. The law-abiding element of Louisville seems to have a pretty tough city official to handle in tho person of J. Sel Miller. Tun question of Sunday opening of the World's Fair is 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. — 3 May 1893

j V M w p. - St -? MRS. RIDGELY CAYCE, Purchasing Agent, 643 Fifth Street, LOUISVILLTC, ICY. Samples nod estimate! furnished an apptiaatton P Ul ULILLIlUnilMLIII Tin and Iron Roofing Gutters and Spouts made to order. Write for Prices. Cloverport, Ky. James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder, OLOVERPORT, KY. fiSTJitl mutes furnislul on application. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES. Country bacon at Morton's. Oranges, lemons, and bananas nt Morton's. Fating potatoes nnd fresh vegetables at Morton's. Fresh candies, nuts and fruits at thu City Bakery. 28 bread tickets for one dollar at the City Bakery. 0. J. Fella, the grocer, is low down in his latest cash prices. Fishing tackle, baso balls, marbles, etc. at 0. II. Kiedel & Go's. Lawn Bows in endless varitirs at Babble's for evening dress. A nice assortment of fresh cakes at Morton's corner grocery. grocery is the placo to buy provisions cheap for cash. Remember Morton's corner giocery, keeps what you want...

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. — 3 May 1893

t b I c ?.- v I I i y 4' Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1893. STEPHENSPORT. Mr, It. A. Smith is on tho sick list nt this writing. Mr. K. A. Shcllmnn went to Clover-port Mondny. Mr. Itolaml Wntlington went to Friday. Mr. Cy Tate, of Hardinsburg, was in town Saturday. Mr. Amos Board, of llardinsuurg, was in town Sunday. Miss Ladle Purr spent Saturday and Sunday nt lier homo in Chenault. Have you heard about tho rainy weather, wo have had, and nro still having? Misses Georgia Hawking, Emma English and Mr. Sam Dix went to Louisville Sunday. Ask Roland Wntlington how ho sells lamp-wick by the yard or if ho has marked his webbing. JefT Hook, of Hurdinsburg, was in town Sunday. Ho said ho would havo gone to Louisville if he hnd told his ma. Stephensport and tho surrounding country is becoming quite romantic. On last Wednesday afternoon, Miss Annio Stiff nnd Mr. Junius Walls, of near licic, camo to town and took tho 0.08 train for Cannelton, Ind., jind wero the following morning unite...

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. — 3 May 1893

iMt 4 r V I . v I: .' x ' v fc I fc. ft.3,. MC fts " ' " & Ir JBL' - 4 S- " HOTEL CMIV1 ,y&Bm!tnmm9mmimiWB world's Fair Hotels Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1803. LOTS OF LANDLORDS. NO LACK OF WORLD'S FAIR HOTEL8. Ample Accommodations For All Comers. An Estimate of the Cost of Living In Chicago Pointers For Prospective Visitors. It looks now as If tho landlords would need tho sympathy rather than their gucsfs during tho World's fair. Ono of tho Chicago papers has been gathering statistics and announces that 288 now buildings have been erected in tho vicinity of Jackson park, which contain 83,-045 rooms. This of courso is exclusive of tho old hotels and boarding houses and of tho "furnished rooms" which aro nvailablo for transient uso during tho mouths of tho fair. Doubtless thero aro G0,000 rooms available for strangers near tho 'grounds. Thero will bo no reason for peoplo to sleep on tho ground, or oven on hotel cots, provided thoy havo money enough to procuro lodgin...

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. — 3 May 1893

IV. i, i 'T " !Vt7 FY) r MMMMMMn. q, .i i in.' r'itmii'?W""11' ' liSiiilm w i i i hi TH& BRRGKRNRIDGEl NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. -" I I ! 1 Willi I I " " I I ! Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1803. TOM AND JERRY, Or Cloverport By Gab Light "There sho comes now, nnd brother Jerry 's on there coming home from California, where he's been (or ten years. Gosh 1 won't ho bo surprised though at the improvements made in this town? Ho won't hardly know his old home. I wish it wasn't raining so hard to-night, though." "Ting-ling, ting-ling, tingling." "Here sho is. Now-I'll see if Jerry '11 know mo." "How are you, Tom, old boy? How is mother and sister ?" "I'm well, wo'ro all well, Jerry, and mother and sister arc setting up waiting for you. How are you, yourself. "I'm in goodhcalth thank you, brother, only a little tired from my long trip." "Yes, yes, no doubt, but we'll soon bo at homo where you can rest to your heart's content in your same old bed, Jerry, in the little room. Let's go ...

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 May 1893

s fr L"' ' 15- r V-. r P. L i- WELL I WILL!!! If "Undo Strock" Don't Gov. Brown and Attorney Goneral Hendricks 1 1 The Grand Old Third Party Leader Sees Some Good in Democratic Office Holders ! Till: llltOWN.UUCKNUK CONTUO. VURSiY. Editor Biikckkxiiiihie News: I Hup-pose tlint it is gcnernlly concetlutl that nny controversy arising between high State oflici.ils attracts more or leas interest among the citizens of said State, as well us outside of it, at least to eoiiio extent. .And when such controversy becomes public and in the nature of an address to the peoplo it then seems proper for the people to express their approval or disapproval us they see fit. That justice may bo approved, and thereby let, our representatives understand that the dear people are not appealed to in vain. Gov. l)ucknerB defense throughout in an effort to show that Gov. Drown lias garbled or changed certain words, yet true in substance and does not alter the facts in tho case in the least. Why such labored z...

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 May 1893

- i sifSf .. fmtmmmm ' 'i "J!" 2 'THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS, GLOVEtRPQRT, KY. TRajah's Ruby. BIT CT. G-. BBTHCTTIISriEJ. COPVniOHT iSgt HY AMKHICAN IMIKSS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER L tin caiiefully observed the manner or THE DOCTOR. Detectivo Max Mnnson uttered an expression of impatience. "This is too bail. I have been nttny from homo for nearly six weeks on that nlTair in Manitoba, and having worked it up so well that tho chief took tho trouble to telegraph mo his thanks and congratulations I was confident of having a littlo vacation with Mollio and tho baby at home. I was so certain, indeed, that I havo telegraphed her on what train to me, and now this turns up confound it!" Tho "this" to which ho referred was a :ipher telegram that ho held in his hand. It was his duty to keep them posted at headquarters us to his preciso whereabouts, so that it was easy to intercept him at any point. Thus it happened that when within a fow hours' rido of his homo tho following peremptory message reached ...

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 May 1893

Uppjpwpi 1 1 i illume v m'" "V fHS BREOftEMmDGE NBWs, GLiOVRRPOHlS KY. 8" -?- "i" - THE SPRAGUE BICHLORIDE OF GOLD CURE ! A. SURE! GXJRR FOR LIQUOR, OPIUM, MORPHINE AND TOBACCO EVILS j. IEJbLi.A D TZE3HS" Sv iFT FJ , j. SWf it, ;' . m flSaev's "! . S3" i- - t Tho Spraguo of Gold Curo is bnsod upon the theory now universally accepted as a scientific fact that inebriety is a Subtle Nervous Disease entitling the victim to tlfo considerate attention, and demanding well selected and medicinal agents to accomplish a care. The basis of the Spraguo treatment is mainly certain specially selected "Combinations of Gold," fortified with other remedies adaptod to tho necessities of each Individual Case. Heietoforo the administration of gold to the Btomach has met with serious diiliculty because of tho iritation, constipition, etc., that would arise before tho special curative effects could be obtained, thereby generally necessitating the adandqnment of the remedy without beneficial results. To 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. — 10 May 1893

' 4 I H 1 ' wrp kwww St ,.. I w Jwjg(gjgLHI ,' r5W5pVr l T- 1 T, " V s ,. .. , ' yi - ' . . . . . J. I , f . - -y-v X.7" " " 1 - MUtIHx Jz51riJiOVJiISLTLlJLOrJtli WXlxWsD, jLa Y JITLrJrs. JL , X x . i W Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1893. IiO O..V.VIH01LO. IIAI1I1AOK, KJiton.nJ Irorrlctori. I... Nt. I,. A; T. liocul Timo Card, Mall nJ Ezpresi going Eait 10.01 a.m. " Weit 10.41 a.m. Kipreit " Kait S.J7 p.m. " Weit 9.48 p.m. bocai freight " Eait 11.19 a.m. " " West -10.0& a.m. EIGHT PAGES. Do.n't eay Sam Jones "hits the other fellow hut say "us too." IIki'okts from Chicago are to tho eirect that tho World's Fair will bo open every Sunday all tho summer. The revised olllcial figures for the first day's attendance at tho World'H Fair numbered three hundred and fifteen thousand. Tub weather around here for the last month has had too much water in it to suit Kentucky. Wo liko tho weather as wo our our ticket, straight. Skchetaky Carlisle gives it out that tho United States Tre...

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 May 1893

1 , 4: ?i,1 54 ' ft P- ft' . K. r fr fc r -- r. I y n. i" J : -F MRS. RIDGELY CAYCE, Pnvnhnni' A uivuctoiug HgBlll,j G43 Firth Street, LOU1SV1LLTC, ICY. Sample and cititnntc furnlrticd on iiiilic.itl G, Tin and Iron Roofig Gutters and Spouts made to for Prices. Clovorpo. Hy. James M. LeS, Contractor Mulder, OLOVERPORT&Y. aSflJstimuti's furnislul Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, vY 10, 1893. LOCAL UNITIES. Milk Shako at tho ity Bakery. for liajty brides at Sulzers. Try the date fruit the City Bakery. Fresh candles, tUs and fruits at tho City Bakery. Mrs. Freeman w built a cottage on Bohler's hill. 28 bread tlckefl for one dollar at tho ' City Bakery. C.. Fella, tii grocer, is low down In his latest iiah'iri'iTB. Fishing taeb, base balls, marbles, etc. atC. II. KleJW&Co'B. Mrs. A. JjGioBS, of Holt, is tho guest of Irs. Orfio pellaven. Mako yor hoy happy by taking homo ono of SulziryBicycles. Just recoivid a now supply of fresh candy at tho City Kakory. At Folia's grocery is tho p...

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. — 10 May 1893

HHrOQE&i&!K3re. pv r BASHHKRXT "ir3T," ; m .2 f - -i i " V i -' . ' V'" a " - V ..'& .,K iiiijnjiiiMiBjiiapi5 miiii'i ij ,' i' &,".. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1803. NYE IN SANTA CLAUS. HE SAYS HE IS UNFITTED FOR THE LIFE OF A MONK. Tli Ijiily Who Via Anxtoii lo 8n n Dor, Which Itvcalla nn Incident In William' Parli Career llatlnjj a Tomule How Wliltnn Win Vnted. ICowrlelit, 1801, by Edgnr W. Nre.J Santa Claus, Cal., April. Tlio old millions of California nro n great treat. I liavo visited a number of thuiu. At first I thought tlioy wcro built ntitl operated for tho entertainment of excursionists, but I now find that they uro genuine and do much good. ACCOMPANIED BY SEVERAL ATTIUCTIVK LADIES. Tho mission at Santa Darbara is an elderly building of soino size, and insido of tho monastery through tho iron barred windows monks may Iro observed engaged in "monking," as Mr. Barnabeo might say. Insido tho chapel a middlo aged monk was dusting tho navo with a font...

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. — 10 May 1893

k. f 'N SX 5 ti 8 m - " t , Jaam Mi . (' . i i ,...f Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, IBM. Tho Man Who Knows it All. ANONOMOUS. 1 love the man who knnwe it nil, Front Kaat to 'ct, from North to South! Who know nil things both great ami small, Anil tells it with a tireless mouth: Who holds a listening world In awe The while he works his Iron jaw Oftlmcs In evening's holy calm, When twilight soltcns sight and sound, And tephyrs breathe n peaceful psalm. This fellow brines his mouth arounu, With it's long gallop that cm tire The clock's impatient Ire. His good strong mouth t He ylcleslt well. He works It lus) for all It's worth. Not Samson's Jawbone famed could tell Such mighty deeds upon earth. He pulls the throttle open wide And works her hard on cither 'side. Up hill and down, through swamp and sand, It never stops; it never bilks, Through air nnd sky, o'er sea and land, He talks, and talks, and talks, anil talks, And talks, nnd talks, and Ulks, and talks, And talks, and talks,...

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. — 10 May 1893

r Km .. b J. r' It' P I- ,,w. -8 THEi BRSOKBNRIDGB NEWS, OLOVERPOM, KY. ur.it mi f 11 T M y Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1893. DAIRY FARMING. How it may bo Successfully Managed In Kentucky. II V V, U. CANOYKIt. In dairy farming tlio first, lintunilly. to bo considered is tlio farm. Reference linH been mado to tlio importanco of a suitable climato as ono of tlio requisites to success. Experienco and experiments must of course detcrmino what our several localities are best adapted to, but it is certain that much of the land in this part of Kentucky is well adapted for butter making. Its climato is comparatively good and thut is a matter of great value in securing dairy products of fluo flavor and quality. With its showers and dens, puru water and fresh, sweet food, it answers tho description of a good dairy country. I am satisfied there is no branch of farming in tins belt of country that will suffer less from outside competition than dairying, and hence where locality favors...

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. — 17 May 1893

,- lfK?Ai(ifeiPNirHfM,M'llwmii v,. . H fl ' , THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS v ,- 6U VOL. XVII. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1893. NO. 43. 5 V V &v n f ', ? - r r Pf ! i"A 1 y ; I V -'V P" & h 4 - r ? . I f' ". i. '- KENTUCKY EDITORS Program of iho Mooting at Louisville and tho Chicago Trip. SECRETARY NALL'S LETTER. With Instructions and Other Goneral Information. A Great Meeting Arranged For. Kentucky Press-Association, Officii of Skckktauy, 514 Tnmu Stbket, Ky., MnylO, 1893. Dear Sir: Tho Kxecutivo Committee has Instructed mo to nnnounco tho follow ing program and arrangements for tho annual meeting to ho held in this eity Monday, May 29: . . Asseuihlo nt 2:&0 p. in. at Commercial Commerco building, Fourth and Main. 2. Address of welcome by Hon. Henry S. Tyler, Mayor of tho city. 3. Itceponso by President Charles M. Meacham for tho Association. Other remarks, 1. Enrollment of members and distribution of badges. 5. Assemble at 8 p. m., for entertainment. (Arrangement...

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. — 17 May 1893

V TisJRajah's. $?: $r by J. G-. BBa?H:xj2srH. COl'YIUOHT 1S9J IIV AMKIIICAN l'KKSS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER IV. "i she nniLY A DAnKnn mysteky." " " n Jo tCin kl J . . i "Oil ah oh, doctor, can't von give me tmncthtna quick, before I diet" In nothing did Folsom Simpson show Mb wonderful readiness moro markedly tlinn in his notion on finding himself nlono in tho offlco of Dr. llnldhoff. The most that ho hnd hoped for on his wny thither was tho opportunity of n look at tho interior and of making tho of tho physician. In n general way ho intended to play tho part of n patient of his as long ns it could bo mado to servo his purpose hut hero ho was with tho chanco which ho had not looked for under a week at tho least Springing lightly to his feet, ho first mado for the drawers, numbering about n dozen, beneath tho cases in which the physician kept his jars, bottles and various compounds. Ho drew out ono nfter tho other, bestowing only n momentary glance on each. They were half filled with wha...

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. — 17 May 1893

t y THR BREGKRNRIDGK NEXWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. v , THE SPRAGUE BICHLORIDE OF GOLD CURE ! i V A -SURE! CURE FOR LIQUOR, OP piroiE m tobacco evils ZRIELAJD THISi Tlio Sprngtfo of Gold Cure ia based upon tho theory now universally accepted as a scientific fact that inebriety is a Subte Nervous Disease entitling tho victim to the most considerate attention, and demanding well selected and medicinal agents to accomplish a care. Tho basis of the Spraguo treatment is mainly cortain specially selected "Combinations of Gold," fortified with other remedies adapted to the necessities of each Individual Case. Ilcretoforo the administration of pold to tho Btomach has met with serious difficulty becauso of tho iritation, constipation, etc., that would ariso beforo tho special curative effects could be obtained, thereby generally necessitating tho adandonment of the remedy without beneficial results. To obviato these objcctionablo characteristics two mothods of administration nro pursued at tho samo ...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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