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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 18 October 1893

2 Breckenridge NEVq. WEDNESDAY, OCTODKR 18, 1893'. Jao, D, k V. 0. Bsbbags, Editors nd Froprlst'n 1... Ml, i. A: T. Local Tlmo Cnrit. Mail nJ Express going Kit V .42 a.m. ' West -10.38 a.m. lilirsu " East 8.00 p.m. ' " West .. MS p.m. i.ooi night " Bait 11.3 J a.m. " " WMt - 9.20 a.m. SIX PAGES. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 1'OIt STATE SENATOIl A. J. GROSS. FOIl IIKI'HKSKNTATIVB MIKE DULLER. KOU SCHOOL hUI'KltlKTKNDKNT JAS. W. MILLER. Wk nre not saying much about Hint little air.ilr over nt Indianapolis. Tlio Republicans are tlio 7 TiiKHE are loo many Democrats in this town. Tlio offices won't go round and of course there is a scramble. The friends of Mr. K. Frank Wnrlield, in this city, will bo glad to learn Hint he has been retained in the Kentucky National ISank. It is predicted by many that tho working of the new jury law will bo found rather complicated and will not be as satisfactory us the law under the old system. HuNTisn down the parentage of Miss l'olla.d's boy baby is certainly mak...

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. — 18 October 1893

I Ml l&S' ( "' """ j " w ..v- .. - .,,-- mm BBssMMKssjBliSiliPMMMIW :'. " ' . f r" wr.r t f v -11 v, r i Fr"2 t THE! BRRGKRNRIDGR NEXS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. H The Iall eaon Is Here 7 AND WE ARE HERE TOO, AND READY To Meet Every Demand for Fall Apparel! LADIES' UNDERWEAR MENS' UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY! HOSIERY!! 0 If & 1 You have no idea examined our stock All Wool, Oassimere the desirable styles at Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OCTODKI 18, 1893. S.TEPHENSPORT. Mr. G. W. Payno is on tho sick list at present. S. II. Dix, of Hobert's Bottom, is very ill nt tliis writing: Mr. M. Blaln m thrown from n horse lost Friday giving him n lamo knee. Prof. Owen Cunningham was able to to resume his school again last Monday Miss AiTa Hanks was home Saturday and Sunday from her school at Messrs. Mc Frymiro and Birt Cunningham, of Chonault, passed through our town Saturday. - . Mrs. Will Lcnnin, of Hardinsburg, is tho guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Iloland Smith. T)r. White returned last wi;ok from ...

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. — 18 October 1893

,. "Wafcin Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OCTOIJEIt 18, 1893. STEPHENSPORT. Mr. G. V. 1'ayno is on tho sick lint nt present. S. II. Dix, of Itobuit's Hottoin, is very Hint this writing. Mr. M. Main was thrown from a horse lust Friday giving him a lame kneo. I'rof. Owen Cunningham was able to to resume his school again last Monday Miss Ada Hanks was home Saturday and Sunday from her school at Messrs. Mc Frymiro and Hirt Cunningham, of Chunault, passed through our tow n Saturday. Mrs. Will IMiniii, of Ilardinsburg, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Itoland Smith. Dr. White returned last week from tho World's Fair. On tho road ho found plenty of "Mudd." Mr. Hewitt Hawkins, wifo aud little daughter, Pauline, of Union Star, are paying their relatives a visit hen. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Ferry, of Clover-port, aro at homo now with her parents. We are glad to have them in our midst n train. Miss Georgia Hawkins was in Louisville lost week purchasing her fall hats. Call and see them befor...

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. — 18 October 1893

mv Ml m& Mrnti W S i jjy ttOWAfD s t & uy. oorffliOHTiD, fait, ar o. ArrLtroM Co. pukobhid Iii oil or tlicso intorcstiiif,' particulars tho elder Dallas manifested a keen exhibiting ft skill in horsemanship that those who wcro familiar with his nsniil rheumatic modo of progression could scarcely credit, ilo brought homo with him to dinner at odd times certain of tho ''likeliest," of his companions largo limbed, deep chested sons of tho saddles-Introducing them to his charm-Ing daughter with a paternal flourishand hopeful manner that gavo placo to it mystified wondor when ho noted tho apathy of Cynthia's grcoting. Ho had anticipated no 'email degree of grutltudo for tho1 opportunity thus afforded of dis playing her fascinations and had con gratul&tcd himself in advanco upon tho bavoo she would accomplish in a community whero tho very scarcity of tho fair box makes their advances irresistible. But all tbeso air castles of tho elder Dallas were doomed to -speedy overthrow. ...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 18 October 1893

'r I k , o - W v 4 a , & A m. to? '' 1V .''.,' M?wTWli ?T a 1 1 o oorrnioHtto, !. r o. ..nroN o. rucuaxao In nil or thcso interesting' particulars tho elder Dallas manifested n keen delight, exhibiting a skill in horsemanship that thoso who wero familiar with his usual rheumatic inodo of progression could Ecnrcoly credit. Ho brought homo with him to dinner at odd times certain of tho "likeliest" of his companions largo limbed, deep chested sons of tho saddle introducing them to his charming daughter wjth n paternal flourish ami hopeful mannor that gavo placo to a mystified wonder when ho noted tho apathy of Cynthia's greeting. Ho had anticipated no small degroof gratitude for tho opportunity thus afforded of displaying her , fascinations and had congratulated himself in ndvanco upon tho havoc oho. would accomplish in n community whero tho very scarcity of tho fair sex makes their advances irresistible. But all thcso air castles of the elder Dallas were doomed to spflqdy over- th...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 18 October 1893

1&- ?., u w r.f A i - .- -'. 35rs , V 'ft V i . V K t m V w ifssr v - . THfi BRRGKKNRIDGR X NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY, 5 tofuhfAfi iii. i. nan. James M. Lewis, Contractors Builder. ' OLOVERPORT, KY. jfirKstiinatca furoislid on nppllcnti. Robert E. "Woods, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Room 47 Trust Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. LEE BISHOP, CONSTABLE HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. UfcAll business entrusted to my liands given prompt And caretul attention. Notvs and collected and prompt returns made. Send me your business. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OOTOBEK 18, 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES. Fresh rnnckerul Sulzer's. Pumpkins for pies Sulzer's. Genuine French sardines Sulzer's. If its new ami just out Sulzer's have it. Tho gaino law oxpires uextj Friday Oct. 20. .For bargains in boots and shoes go to Sulzer's. Sweet cider, just from tho press at the City Bakery. Clinrlio Woods, of Victoria, was in the city Saturday. Try that new minco meat at tho City Bakery, it's fine. Mr. Geo. Mason, of Lewlsport, spent Sunday in t...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 18 October 1893

p. ?t J . - ,.- r t W -. .' i V v ' te to "I ill m nmiw "' '" Jamop M- Lewis, Contractor & Builder. OLOVERPORT, KY. MfirEstiinntes furuishd on nppllcatl ""Robert E. Woods, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Room 47 Trust Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. LEE BISHOP, GONSTABLxR HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. .AI1 hunlneiK entrusted to my hftndt elver, prompt nnd cnrclul Attention. Notes ami collected and prompt returns made. Send inc your business. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OOTOBEK 18, 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES. Fresh mackerel Sulzer's. Pumpkins for pies Sulzur's. Genuine French sardines Sulzur's. If its new and just out Sulzer's have" it. The game law expires nextj Friday Oct. 20, - For bargains in boots and shoes go to . Super's. Sweet cider, just from tlio press at the City Bakery. Charlio Woods, of Victoria, was in the city Saturday. Try that now mince meat at the City Bakery, it's fine. Air. Geo. Mason, of Lewlsport, spent Sunday In the city. Mr Frank May, of Whltcsville, was in the city last week Mr, llichar...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 18 October 1893

" ' ' ' -- ' - I, lirtmuf lrHMlTliMrtHrlii - SAVE. MONEY By buying nt tho MAMMOTH. W"' m mii.jgijw , , -y, Ef , ., : . - -. i ' . -,-. --.. - - . -a i. .i. j nil iwtit iiTnrrm '." -.7 fltr . i r " - v - i , -.. . ' ' f ,y ---. -J i r 13h?ot m -la Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OOTOBEU 18, 1893. The Lone Fisherman. lte'a a Inafin lazy Idler, an' don't 'near to give a rap, About any Kind u' blsness, or about the Krpwlu' crap ; . Hut yon oughter cc hi in suntilii' on the river bank, so smiir, iVhen the h.h I in the wale, an' the bait l In thejup. f IIj stretches nut an' elver a grunt of fcilln that'a free from pjln, An' wonder why the ret o' the world ll.illu. after fraln. When they could be tettln there with hlin.nn nature'a grassy rut;, With the tUhei in the water, an' the halt stilt In the Jul. After a.whlle he raises up, an, kcerlcssly looks about, Then draws It Renlly to him, an' jiulla the corn- cob stopper out ; Then he shakes it up an' down, till he heart the tuff e keriliur. Fo...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 18 October 1893

6 THEX BRELGKNRIDOEX NWS, GLOYRRPORT, EY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBF.K 18, 1803. The Lone Fisherman. He's a Inafin' laiy Idler, an rlon't 'pear to give rap. About any kind o biiness, or about the grpwln' crap; But you oughter ee him sunnin.' on the liver bank, to anil);, A'hen tlie h.h la In the watt, an' the halt It In the jug. f He stretches nut an' elves a grunt of feci In that'a free Iroin pain, An' wonders why the rctto' the world It allu after gain. When they could be tettln' there with him, on nature'a grassy rug. With the fishes in the water, an1 the ball Hill In thejue. After a. while he raltet up, an, keerlessly lookt about. Then drawt It gently to htm, an' pulls the corn. cob top per out I Then he shakes It up an' down, till he heart the stuff ro kerchug, for the fish it la the water, an' the bait It in the But when the sun's a.tlnkln, an' the katydids commence, lilt pathway home lookt like the track of an old, worn-out rail fence ; I'or he's feelin' K)wTul heav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 25 October 1893

V t B n THE BRECKENRIDGrE NEWS. ft . . '' " il .' froiv v VOL. XVIII. CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1893. NO. 14. H A m - K 1 i. : r!, Otfr Fnblio Sohools Hands off, for there temples of liberty stand. The ark ot our safety, the hope of our land) That .acred school system our fore-fathers ave All true, loyal men will struggle to save; For the children arc wards of state, aind they Blve The only aure il(rn that thejatloit shall llve Then HuardlJwell'uiiese, fountains from bishop anil popeg V j ' I'or the public Schoot'ls ouranchor of hope. Hear your churches on hilltops and cover the plains, r Let the chiuicVof their bells ring from ocean to main, How down at yonr altars and shrines at 0u may, Make your promise of heaven secure day by In jour teiiipleilworsIiipjiiaKe .converts from Sin, f y i. ' And gather lh?mllllons of wanderers In. Yourc eeds and your faith defend as your own, Hut let our "Little Ucd School House' alone. Suml back from Its portals, dare not to Invad...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 25 October 1893

Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1893. Jno.H. & V. 0. Bsbhtge, Editors and Proprlet'rt 11.11. liV&T Local Time Card. Hall and Express going East 9 .42 a.m. .yrIjht FJ West -SHO a.m. s& f 'SIX. PAGES. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. KOIl STATE SKNATOK A. J. GROSS. FOIl UHl'llKSKNTATIVB MIKE MILLER. rou school sui'kuintkndknt; JAS. W. MILLER A WORD TO DEMOCRATS. It is leas than two weeks until the election. Don't bo over confident. The Republicans nro a sly set. They are working quietly all over the county. They are not saying much, but they nro at work. You can put It down that there is no disaffection in their ranks. They are moving, every man of them, in n quiet way to win in November. If there ever was a time when Democrats should I be up and doing, it is now. We aro all right If a full vote is gotten out. Unless it is mo are beaten. There should be a persistent effort in this direction if we would be successful in November. Get out the vote. Bito. Lennin is loaded. Chauli...

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. — 25 October 1893

i . VI n t I rt - J j? i V t yCV'HtwuiwWij'iiiii s ,i.g,m.jt Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, QOTOIJEU 25, 1893. McDANIELS. Mr. Win.IcDoimiil ia slowly Mr. Dan 1 1 (oka, was. in Leildifleld Friday. Mr. Jewett McDonald Is on tin; nick m, , Mrs. la on- tlio sick ist. Mrt. John Mooro win Jn town Thurs- ' Mr. John Glascock was In Leitchfield tliia week. Nov. E. N. Mctcalfo was in Olendenno Wednesday. Mr. Tom. Iluuterj of Leitchfield, was hero Sunday. Mtee Minnio Garner was sick several days this week. Only fifteen stayed at Mr. John Moores last Saturday night. Mr. Stanton Garner, of Antioch, was at the parsonage Thursday. Mr. Joo Glascock and wife visited at Mr. Tonj. Franks UiIh wpek. Mr, Jake Chnncolor has the mumps nnd wo havo a now mall carrier. Mrs. llarrol has returned from Mr John Moqnt'd ntid is qiilto sick. ltev, Buckliannuund wife were at Mr. John Moores one liight.tjiis week, Mr. Fenl Owen, of Louisville, formerly of LonjLiek, was here this week. Mrs. Kate Lampton, of Antioch, w...

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. — 25 October 1893

1 j ".-,-. , iviwi i.Mi jiiiiiiiwRiijijupiwipiiliu!iAi). ''IPWWWfWWIWIBnJWgpWTflJIi ''i ll'l'WfU"irK7VW1F?IVinililWnnHiHHHH WKST'BfF BB W I (d Jo- C. MowniD StftLV. OrTMlOHflD(l( T D. APrLtTON CO. PUB And when tcinlnluo tuslo was added to tho milo but practical efforts of men It was wonderful to noto tlio transforming change to seo how tho ravages of timo and abuse yielded to a littlo well bestowed decoration. On this occasion the Ban Marcns mniilras had employed tho garniture of hemlock boughs and gayly colored mtftliu with telling effect, and the tallow candles perched everywhere Bccmed to threaten a general conflagration. Mr. Ulysses Magindy himself was at present going about tho building and lighting tlieso candles with u long pole, attended by a gang of small boys who restrained their uncomplimentary epithets in view of tho coming festivity. And scarcely had the last clovnted dip commenced to contribute its greasy droppings to tho gratuitous shower that rained ovorywhoro upon t...

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. — 25 October 1893

l- 1 r ft i v it n r ..r ."T"ys ,v ."-" TME BRKOKRNmDGH NRWS, GLOYKRPOM, K.Y. gU5tnes M. Lewis, Contractors Builder. OtOVERPORT, KY. ' aaftstimulcs furnishd on applieali. ). Bobert E. Woods, ATTORNEY AT LAW, yrfoom 47 Trust Building, hr LOUISVILLE, KY. LEE BISHOP, (DOlSLB'TABLxEX HARCHNSBURa DISTRICT. buiinett cntrutteil to my hAniH Riven nrmutS and carelul attention. Notea and account collected and prompt return! made, bend meyour bualneis. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1893. LOPAL BEEVITIE8. Pickled Mr. Joo lVwer is quilo sick. Itollcd oatfcvena. Sulzer's. Now breakfast food. Sulzer'B. Red peper for pickles. Sudor's. Has the wattJr works question died out? - 'Fresh canned Vods of all -Sul- zer's. ' Mib. A. J. Gross was in the city yesterday.' V Doughnuts evejv Saturday at tho City Bakery. ' Sir. Geo. Gregory is up and going around. Ira Dollaven, who has been sick, is improving. F. C. Ferry ami wife are boarding at " F.'N. D'Huy's. Miss B sslo Mays is visiting her paren...

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. — 25 October 1893

"r.j?' " 'i".? 't " ME BREOKRNRIDGH NE1WS, QliOVEXRPOKLT, BlY. Breckenridge News. Wednesday, GCTdBER is93. WOMAN mil RAGE. Oar Brandenburg1 Correspondent Speaks in Defence of Fathers Brothers And Ibe I.nrffral Liberty (orSvomeii. In rending "Woman Suflrajro" in last issue of the News, from tho pen of. our Ixxliburg correspondent, I fnd many truths, and while I endorso most of tiio argument, I must kindly take issue' and coino to tho dofonco of our fathers, husbands and brothers to a cortain oxtent. I can not and do not think they oppose woman suffrago on the ground of our inferiority or because they wish to be "boss" for "poor weak-minded women and children to stand around" as nn audience. No my- friend, their natures, with warm" southern feelings thai women1 must bo an example, of all that is uplifting and refining, revolt nt the idea of her being thrown in contact with tho common populaco, tho if you please, of a voting precinct. IIo only associates her with sufhirage in this ligh...

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. — 1 November 1893

it ihl ' THE, BREOKENRIDGE NEWS ij'i, - t ,.. . . VOL. XVIII. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1893. i i NO. 15: 1.1 I! i h fc ?t :I A3 1.? 1. V 1 fc . C" 1 r ! bis. T? MURDERED. MAYOR CARTER HRRIS.OIH 6$ CHICAbo" iHOT DOWN f BY A CRANK AT HIS RESIDENCE. K PPRENDERGrAST & 'CRAZY PAPER ,)MiCARRIER QNj THE DEAD MAN'S JOURNAL THE ASSASSIN. Kiiili Qe ald3 yQaS iMO fused to Give him an Office. -THE ASSASSIN PURSUED' TO AVblilOE STATION AND ARRESTED. ... CHICAGO WILD ..WITHEXCITEMENT,. Chicago, Oct. 28. Carter II. Harrison, five times Mayor of tho city of Chicago, wasospassinatcd at his homo in this city at 7:50 o'clock to-night Tlio murderer 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 station; said that-ho had killed tho Mayor because ho had promised him the ration counselshlp of tho city of Chicago and had failed to keep his ...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 1 November 1893

2 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1803. Jno. D,4 V. 0. Bklbige, Editors sod ProprUt'ri li., St. Ii. A: T. Local Tlino I'nrd. Mll and Kxpreii going Salt V .42 a.m. " ' ' Wost 10.S8 a.m. fcxpr.si " East 4.00 p.m. " Went - 9.15 p.m. Lcoai Xrlgkt " Kast ...ll.JJ a.ra. " " West 9 JO a.m. SIX PAGES. DEMOCRATIC jflCKET. KOTWSTATK snATOU aNgkoss. FOU IIKI'iVkeNTATIVK MIKEMILLER. IOK bCllOOLibUrBlhXTRNDKNT; JAS. W. MILIAR The World'! Fair was ofllcially Closed Monday. The Ilupublicans are on tin run. Keep Vm st it. Ask every Democrat you meet to como out and vote next Tuesday. No Democrat cau afford to stay awny from the polls next Tuesday. The Repeal bill passed the Sennto Monday by a vote of 411 to 32. Go to tho.polls next Tuesday and voto the straight Democratic ticket. Do not forget tho duty you owo Democracy and tbo people next Tuesday. Put your cross mark undertho rooster. That will voto the straight Democratic ticket. Tiiic candidates for the Senate willspeak at Hardlnsburg ...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 1 November 1893

fe K r ir.'i r !f x ii nnnnTtaaBaag Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEU 1, 1B!3. 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' foot, Aro ruuuul by caih while washed wall. To say "codajwed" In their elmplo way Have tho friends of my childhood coine. And to maks tho hour bright and cay Of that nUiht In my old home. I can seo tho lads and lassie wheel It tho diiuco on the earthen floor As tho slnnthy, Jltf and merry reol Aro tailed for o'er and o'er. And 1 often hear In tho lonely hours, While tho teardrops dim my sltfht, Tho sotiKs of that dear old land of ours That.weie suiik by thu heart...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 1 November 1893

I: ) t ',JWHHWffiS5WSH - T&rtfgsg urKiiB,iiii, o. irpiiTox ca maiUMta 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 heed of his surroundings. Ho found 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 cyoa. GiptalnJ,Juck Foraker was evidently tlipVorsofordiis evening's gay ety. Ifci ha"d sent tho latter jiortiou o...

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. — 1 November 1893

I s ' . rh H XT 1 J. r 4 ft. K" n i W it -. & . James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder. OLOVERPORT, KY. jSTEsUirtutt'a furnish J on applicatli i. Robert E. Woods, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Room 47 Trust Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. LEE BISHOP, GONSTABLR HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. DfeA)l business- entrusted to my hand Given prompt and citretul attention. Notes nnd account! collected and prompt returns made, bend me jrour business. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1803. LOCAL BREVITIES. You will find uKor at Super's Dr. Itaflurty.venfto Loulsvillo Saturday. Doughnuts 6verjreaturday at tho City X , Bakery. Pickle pigs fuetWli the stockings off. Super's Sweet apple ciderJust from tho press at Model & Co's l You can always And tho most comfortable shoes at SulzeA. Born, to tho wlfo of Leo Vandegrift Oct. 31st, a fino 8 pound girl. Hands Wanteda lot of good hands wanted to wen. our jftuv gloves. Sulzer's Miss Eula Doflfdcn, of Brandenburg, is in the city, tho guest of Miss Voya Miller. ...

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