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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 1 November 1893

Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1893. Not Melancholy Days. These ain't the "melancholy day," no matter whAt they say 1 There' more good Tun In all the ways thanjs been there many a day I - W The cracVIn' of the teamster's whip the shout- In' of a boy At the applet come down 4hit's Joy lor you big Joy I These nln't the "mdlanchnly diy" there' lotto' tun In sight l. Theconland hracln' niornln',(.nn' thc'blcoik lire at nljcht : " The hound upon the ribhlt' trail the wild dove on the "wine The maiden with the red lip, an' the lover with the rlnf I These ain't the "melancholy day" not much 1 .they're full o' We, An' you are thankful fcr your sweetheart, an' Jim praise God fcr your wife I An thc, on ftcncral principles In view of what He's elven' Von shoutahalliiluuhfcrthc privilege o' llvln't Atlanta Constitution. A Smart Woman Is always ready for any emergency. She lumps a bottle of Park's CourIi Syrup in tlto house in the summer time. A summer cough and cold is quickly cured ...

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. — 8 November 1893

A is I' IV : - r i tV:" i: Pa 4, f .If ' . X ... 1 r j; ! i ii v v 11 ii ki;"V 1 r t k 1 i I .i THE BRECKENRID6TE NEWS 1 ' t -, S ( l. i f I ..'V " ' -4- VOL. XVIII. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1893. NO16 v.f , Separate Coach 'Law.4 L The Suit to Test Its Constitution- ality Begun in United States Court.- i - W. H. ANDERSON, A COLORED PREACHER FROM EVANS-' VILLE, SUES THE 1. AND FOR $15,000. He isBackodby, the BtatotColored Exeoutivo Oommiito and Rep-"resented by Hon. John Feland. Will be Tried at Owensboro in January. X Owyisborn Mctscnkri Tho fight of the colored people ngainst tho separate coach law was begun hero yesterday in tho form of a suit against 'tlie fiOulsvillo and Nashville Kallroad company for $15,000 damages, brought hy Itov. W. II Anderson, a colored preacher of Evansvillo. Tho suit was filed in tho United States court yesterday afternoon by Hon. John Feland, tho attorney employed by the association of colore'd peoplo formed recently at Frankfort to...

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. — 8 November 1893

THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. i.,. J L. VOL. XVIII. CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1893. NO. 16 t U f 1 1R ? i'K I -" '" -St. i -4 . ? & 5 Separate Coach. Law. Tho Suit to Tost Its Constitutionality Begun in United States Court. W. H. ANDERSON, u. COLORED PREACHER EVANS- VILLE, SUES THE I. AND FOR $15,000. Ji- He is Backed by tho Stato Colored Executive Committe and Rep- resented by Hon. John Feland. Will be Tried at Owensboro in Jan uary. i . .' Owensboro Messenger. f Tlio light of the colored people against tliu separate conch law was begun hero yesterday In the form of u suit against tlio Louisville nnd Nnshvlllo Railroad company for $15,000 damages, brought by Rev. W. II. Anderson, a colored pivacher of Evansville. . Tho suit was lllcd in tho United StateB court yesterday afternoon by Hon. John Feland, tho attorney employed by tho association of colored peoplo formed recently at Frankfort to test tho constitutionality of tlio law. Several other suits havo been Hied in...

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. — 8 November 1893

'HI II ) Vys Breckenridoe News. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1803. Jno, B. & V. 0. B.Mg, Editors and Proptlet'ri I... Nt. Ij. & T. Iiocal T I mo f.'nrd. tlll And Kiprsti going Hut 9 .42 a.m. ' West 10.33 .in. titroi Esit fl.Oil p.m. West 9. IS p.m. uooa. freight " Rait 11.3 a.m. ' Watt - 9.20 a.m. SIX PAGES. Tiir totnl admissions to the World's Fair foot up 27,538,5-21. Paid admissions 21,310,013, free 0,228,838. Tun last ounco of silver purchased under tho Sherman net brought OS cents. Purchases closed November 1. Ik wo don't mention it, our correspondent do. So if its new and true you will And it in the Biikckknriikjb News. "Letters from homo do not fill tle place of tho News" writes a good woman who is away on a visit and wants the paper sent to her. KREr up your advertising. Don't let it lag. It is the life of your business. Without advertising you stand a very poor show for trade, Jamkh E. Stonej themurderer of tho Wratten family was tried at Washington Ind , lost Saturday an...

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. — 8 November 1893

2 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, KOYKMDKK 8, 1803. 3u, D. & V. 0. BaMiige, Edlton ttd Proprlet'n I...NI. la Act. Local Tlmo (Inrtt. Mall and Kipreu going Kit U .41 a?m. " Wait -10.38 a.m. ixiftt " Eait 6.00 p.m. 1 " Weil - V.15 p.m. uooa. freight ' Eait 11. Si a.m. " Weit 9 2i) a.m. SIX PAGES. The total admissions to tlio World's Fair" foot up 27,538,521. Paid admissions 21,310,033, free 0,228,888. The last ounce of silver purchased under the Sherman act brought 08 cents. Purchases closed November 1. If we don't mention it, our correspondents do. So if its new and true you will find it in the Uiiixkeniuikik News. "Letters from homo do not fill tlie place of the News" writes a good woman who is away on a visit and wants the paper sent to her. Keep up your advertising. Don't let it lag. It is the life of your business. Without advertising you stand a very jK)or show for trade. James K. Stone, the murderer of the Wratten family was tried at Washington Inil , lost Saturday and convic...

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. — 8 November 1893

frnprf y Y - IV LW- , ?3f,'$ UAifflER IN WRITING. EXIEnTSCAYTHATCLANTINQ3C:;l?T CAUSES DISEASE. A Utiivrinrfit In l'miir f Vertical Scrlpl Iliiolicil I); tliu Illulirit Mrrilcnl HioultH nf KxtPiiilvo ISxpcrluivnti ' Willi Hcliool Clillilrin. Tho method of writing taught in mod ern schools ami practiced by 09 people out of every 100 lias beeu declared dati gcrous and unhcalthful by experts. By tbo timo tho next generation lunturea it will probably havo been wiped out. Tl.t script then will bu vertical instead of Blauting, and writers will sit squaro und upright boforo their wor': instead of and stooped, ns at pretcnt. Tho idea of tliispro8rctivo lefornt originated in Germany mid overspread England while reaching this country. Tho following lesolntiun was adopted not long ngo by tho international congress of school hygicuo in Loudon by a vote of 220 againht 1: Whereas, Tlio liuk'lilerihnnlni:caof writing lime Ixcn ilcarly sliown and & tabllglicd Lolli by uirdlcal Investigation and...

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. — 8 November 1893

.t - H" x 4 W: exramnvn DAiftfER JN WRITING. EXPERTS CAVTHAT CLAN TINQ30ni?T CAUSES DI9EAS2. A Mot'niiivnt In 1'imir of Vertical Kcrlpt llail.nl lijr Ine lllelicut Mrttlcnl lU'iiiltn of Ilxteunlvo I'xnnrlmeiita M Itli School Clillilrru. . Tlio method of writing taught in modern schools and practiced by 09 people out of every 100 hns been declared dangerous and unlicnltliful by experts. By tlio time tho next generation matures it will probably Imvo been wiped out. Tl.c script then will bo vertical instead of slanting, and writers will sit square nml upright boforo their work instead of and stooped, as at present. Tho idea of this pros-votive leform originated in Germany and overspieads England while reaching this country, Tlio following resolution was adopted not long ago by tho international congress of school hygieno in London by a vote of 220 ngainst 1: Whereas, Tho lijtltnlc n(hnntw:csof vertical wrllltiK Iimo been cleurly shown and t tabllshcd Loth by medical Investigation and p...

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. — 8 November 1893

.,IJf.IWIWIWIl.IUII II.IHIIIIJH HfH III II ,, W.fl li MawWW t5iM 1 THE BRRGKRNRIDQE NKS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. - 'l&ok.i .JiJ&S zt& ina . , .: :i2 - isotvj rsjiYv. o v fdC.' rNownK e. A ,. .- ,, ao'TMaxiioiim, , b. trr.n a eo. ruauaxio if intiu iMuiiaiat with tHia, Tho cainp occupied by Colouri Ilunt und tho rangers he coiiunauued was pitched in a motto of pecans that bordered a fertile valley. Tho lofty trea tops liftcdthcmselvos, a dnlc fcTccn barrier ajralnst tho monotony of tho luvcl plain. Wjthiq tho whito tents of tho rangers glimmered in the shade; saddles and camp utensils wcro scattered about; horses stood tethered hero and there or roamed with, hoppjed, limbs and tinkling stock bell throngh tho groves everything woro tho nir of a picturesquo and favorablo .encampment. It was the supper honr, and campflres wero beginning to illuininato tho shadows of tho aisles. Tho glancing light flashed upon tho figures of tho men busied in cooking or lounging irr groups nbor&th...

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. — 8 November 1893

S:SfHHM I$W u, isawr iv JW AS- rZ.TVP ? l3' ? ,mj W o .r'r' FWvi ST Jm Jbv Jy MOWAaB StSLY. orvHiattfi. ! r ...teton eo. ru.tieMe . t J A The camp occupied by Colonel Hunt uud tho rangers lie commanded was pitched lu a niottu of pecans tliat bordered fertile valley. Tho lofty tree tojw lifted theniHelves, a dak gTeen barrier againSt tho monotony of tho level plain. Within tho whlto tents of tho rangers glimmered in the shade; paddles and camp utensils wcro scattered about; horses stood tethered hero and thero or roamed with hoppled limbs and tinkling stock bell through tho grove everything wore the air of a plcturcsquo and favorablo encampment. It was the supper hour, and campfires wcro liegiunlng to illmninato tho shadows of tho aisles. Tho glancing light flashed upon tho figures of tho men in cooking or lounging in groups abort the doors of their tents, upon arms and accouterments staked and piled agulnst vurious trees. Tho fires roared and crackled, tho Bteam of tho broiling mors...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 8 November 1893

r i & V r ! VI s y tf J jggBW ' Mpyw'ui'ji wiwywui TV IT T ames ivi. JLewis, Contractor & Builder. OLOVERPORT, KY. aMBrEstiintitoH furumlitl on npplicuti Robert E. "Woods, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Room 47 Trust Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. LEE BISHOP, GONSTABLR HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. X)feAII builneis Entrusted to my hand given pruinpt ntid ciirclul attention, Totes unit collected and prompt returns Send me your business. THE BEST TYPE WRITER. Deeds, Mortgages ami nil legal drawn and copying done in tlio best ttylo. V. G. Babbage, Att'y, H. ni)i Nsiiuiid, Ky. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES. CliriBtmas Sulzer's. Cooking figs Sulzer's. Currants In bulk Sulzer's. Gloves to fit any pajws) Sulzer's. P. 8. Miller went to Owensboro Monday. Doughnuts every Saturday at tlio City Bakery.' Mrs. Harry Weaver went to Louisville Monday. There was not a disturbance in town yesterday. " The men's outfitters, Sulzer's nro right !n it on fits. Sulz r, tlio grocer, is no cl...

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. — 8 November 1893

-4 . 6A JSP (J.t. r tf James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder. OLOVERPORT, KY. Kntiiuiile8 furninliil on npplicnti Robert E. Woods, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Room 47 Trust Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. LEE BISHOP, CONSTABLE HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. business entrusted to mv linnd Riven initit nml c.iretul attention. Notes unci account! collected and prompt returns nnide. Send mc your business. THE BEST TYPE WRITER. Deed, Mortgngca and nil legal Instruments drann nud copying done in the best rtyle. V. G. Bnbbagc, Att'y, IlAllMlN'BIIUnO, Ky. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES. Christmas Sulzer's. Cooking figs Sulzer's. Currants in hulk Sulzer's. Gloves to fit any pa(ws) Sulzer's. " 1. S. Miller went to Owcnsboro Monday. Doughnuts every Saturday at the City Bakery. Mrs. Harry Weaver went to Louisville Monday. There was not a disturbance in town yesterday. The men's outfitters, Sulzer's arc right in it ou fits. Stil. r, tho grocer, is no chicken but he has fresh eggs. Hon....

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 8 November 1893

tpfyw &&& jjh . .v.. . 0 yjnmnimin,pw iiwr " ' - -" ..pi ..--p .... . ..ayfcMtfajiMM J'RH" I j j" HwmuMfft"' ;. 5BWS!'BHi 6 THR BRRGKRNRIDGR NEWS, GLiOVElRLPOR.T, KY. wtnnHm Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. NOVUM JJtill 8, 1SU3. LODIBURG. We luiVo had novo ml l.nnl frosts. Success to the News it la nlways n welcome viHltor. "' Mr. J. F. Payne went to tho World's Fair last week. Mr. Joo Stewart will soon move on the Ja-s. farm near Holt. Mr. Henry Hardtu was very sick last week, Homo better at this timo. Mr. Sam ItoberUon has bought him n now waon with patent brakes. Uashain & Hanlin will commenco making whisky the first of November. Mr. J. 11. Avitt's lino saddlo horbedied tho othnr day with tho distemper. Miss Ida Avitt was visiting her sister, Mrs. I'.ters, of Concordia, last week. Little Annio Lee, the littlo daughter of B. F. Hardin, was very sick last week. Revs. Bowels and Hook are holding a protracted meeting at Clifton Mills this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin ...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Breckenridge news. — 8 November 1893

6 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. KOVKMDEll 8, 1893. LODIBURG. We lmve had fioveml lianl fro&ta. Success to tlio Nkws it Is always n visitor. Mr. J. F. Pnyno went to the World's Fair last week. Mr. Joe Stewart will soon move on the Jas. Sh-hens' farm near Holt. Mr. Henry Hardin was very sick last week, some better at this time. Mr. Sam Itoberison has bought bitn a new wagon with patent brakes. Bashatn & Hardin will commence making whisky the first of November. Mr. J. II. Avitt's fine saddle horse died the oth.'r day with the distemper. Mies Ida Avitt was visiting her sister, Mrs. IVters, of Concordia, last week. Little Annie Lee, the littlo daughter of B. F. Hardin, was very sick last week. Revs. Dowels and Hook are holdinit a protracted meeting at Clifton Mllis this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin were visiting her mother, Mrs. Cintha 1'nyne, last week. Mr. Albert Dennett, Sample, stayed all night with Mr. J. IJ. Avitt, onu night last week. MIsms Hetty I'ayuu and Bobbie Hardi...

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. — 15 November 1893

r : A . v- i '4 V tt ' .' r 1 ' 4; ,' 1 - tf Si jf 1x1 Hi a A new bohahy nlJIin Fpenrer's, Jr. A row hero election day, hut no one hurt. Miss Ik'lia lhintoryiHili'd in tluLrniin try los week? w f Mr. Dan' Carwilo lPos movcd'ToMr. Tom Morcor's farm. Mr. Rob Parsons was in Lcitchlleld this week on business Mr. Henderson Mills is dealing in produce again this season, Mr. Willis Green from thoFal s, was in I our.placo this week on business. 4 Mrur. nan anuair. iom sonfo fTno lrult trees thisVeek. Mr. Lon Glascock and family havo returned from their visit in Meade county. Mr. Win. Prior steps short and quick and wears a smile, a new girl at his house. : Horaco Hunterls doing .Tnlm nnnr if!nv Spring. Isaaj Btrman, tho peddler, was in town tills week with quite a wagon load of gobils. Wo had quite mi interesting quarterly meeting at Aiitioch last Saturday and Sunday. !Mn Ed- McDonald is on a visit to Leitchfleld and the Evcleigh's Mill neighborhood. They say that Mr. Frank Compton has just...

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. — 15 November 1893

3 V - 3 X A ! 1 V e h )i pin in' ii "win mi m "v i ihh'uphiw i "n mi wn iPBHmHmimiiHRHHrnminvm ti'wiwiamiw mMiwn'm ijmsmr'"r'w - . -,- j TrT'l"T'TJrKJSaH .JjJiJWK.. .MTWJMMM ? UJl"ftZ , " -- f ijfair a i nTTi af rait mhiif in itlfUiii ,' i i jw. i I 'I V THE 5 - BRECKENRIDOE NEWS ' f VOL. XVIII. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1893. NO. 17 'lifter TheBill Was Over. I had it fall, Anil Ihtn a liull, I thought I n In clmcr, ' Hut then a uprawl And then n fall, After the ball wn over. M t r Ardrank all ,. fhaiUiflglit' I wni a w earjr rover, A forrjr flight . . t ; A dreadful plight, When the hall wa over. Oh luch a mate At met my Rate; Not much was I In clover I ph, weary wnya, ortTndiy.! rtWhcn the ball wai over.' My money apent , To Jail I went, Nomorc tnbe a roter; i i.fc ' So I repent Without aent, When the ball la over. Chicago Saturday Itlac. -SIROCCO. "Tl done but yeittrday a "candidate,1' And arm'd with candidatea to strive And now thou art a numberleat tiling; -...

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. — 15 November 1893

ffift THE, BHRGKRNRIDGH NHWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. Breckenridge Newjs WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 158931 Jno, D.4V. 0, Bbbg, Edlien and Fioprltt'ri I.., Ml. li. & T. Local Time Card. M tfii Ktui going East 9 .42 a.m. I "Kfrt' Wst 10.38 a.m. tfirrsil " East 0.00 p.m. " YVtit 9.16 ,-J..- - p.m. boot! ifrtlght " Kilt 11.3J a,ni. j SIX PAGES. McKini.ey will bo tho Kepubllcan candidate for tho Presidency in '00. I.v Now York state 100,000 Democratic voters stayed awny from tho polls. Skckctaky Carlisle warns oilico holders under him not to meddle too much in politics. What about those robbers that held up New York, Massachusetts, Ohio, Iowa etc., last week. AVhat do you think of a pumpkin eight feet in circumference and four feet high 7 Tnat is tho kind they raise over in Missouri. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company burns over twelve thousand tons of coal a day on Its line between Pittsburgh and Jersey City at a cost of over $40,000. Skate Commissioner of Agriculture, McDowell, says that Kentucky ...

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. — 15 November 1893

' .,;q.1'. J. .. ". ' -,.'. '" ' ." . ' - . S ( tfw ' . 2,i tw W ' 1 - -".H,v lJk.n .U. , i'fc ' ..i" , v .r. ' v. -, , -.. ,, ip rf ,. . fffwC: ?v. ,iW T,;'r.lWiAi 'vpt i wjrTiJy JaiB ,& r, n in ngi; I iM i ' w if ii ' 2' TH.& BHR.GKRNHIDGR NEWS, OLOYRRPORT, KY. RDUPtrrMWTTYfir Nrxr' i T'alCr1cJfr nXviXtlajT - 1 atuCnmflvhel hoJCl toTrhnnrt lio k WniliK ovo An'lrtltfjh shfi islui ijiki.iiiti.ii nilin. a &X. sr & assi" aw - b " isssw r r v w w ssarwsn taw aaai ihe i .an a aw im aasw bmw ass j by . iaaa w aaav aav im sbvi . WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 93, Jso. D. & V. 0. Baoog, Edltori tod Proprltt'n li.t St. Ii. A: T. Local Time Curd. tlall aad KxwMf golnj Bast 9 .41 a.m. I l A r Y'i Wt ..10.J8 a.m. tCzprsu " Eut 8.00 p.m. . " Wt 9.1 S p.m. t,os Might " Kast 11.3) a,o. SIX PAGES. McKinlkv will bo tlio Republican can' didatc for the Presidency in '90. Is Now York state 100,000 Democratic voters stayed away from the jiolls. Secretary Carlisle warns olllco holders under...

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. — 15 November 1893

t K y y a- V V 1- - Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 180.1. iJJUUTH IN DEAD MEN BTARTLIKQ RESULTS OF A NEW JERSEY DOCTOR'S EXPERIMENTS. lie Una Mmlo a Simple Apparatus Willi Which tho Lime Mny llo ,1'ut tu Work After They Have Onco Stopped It la Not Talented and Any One Can Make It. Dr. Edwin Do Baun of Piissitlo, N. J., makes tho announcement regarding tho tlino honored statement that a man has died from lack of breath that if breath was all ho needed ho should havo lived. Considering that air is tho most plentiful rcsourco of naturo, having, us political economists would say, no. value- of its abundance, ono would think that Dr. Do Baun had nindo no particular discovery. But there is moro in his .rtatement than is apparent tit first. 'From time immemorial physicians havo directed their ingenuity toward an effective application of this wealth of uir, but without satisfactory results. Cases of suspended animation conio under' their notice every day. Men are rescued from th...

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. — 15 November 1893

' - k ,,u . 9 1 r: -4 iP ll - (TTT'' W' ?""i W1WJ5W tuMhi - , ' " " -' 'TJ7Bf9FWfr Sff rPH.x BRRGKRNRlDGm NRWS, GLOYRHPORT, KY.' 3 Breckenridge News. AVEDNliSDAY, NOVEMBER lo, 1803. imKATII IN DEAD MEN STARTLING RESULTS OF A NEW JERSEY DOCTOR'S EXPERIMENTS. He Una Miule a Simple Apparatus With Whlcli the Lane May 11 o Put to Work After The; Uave Once Stopped It It Nut Patented nntl Any One Can Slake It. Dr. Edwin De B.uin of. Pussnto, N. J., makes tio unnounccmont regarding tlio Utno honored statement Hint n limn 1ms died from lack of breaththat if breath was all ho needed ho should havo lived. Considering that air is tho most plentiful resourco of nattiro, havingts political economists would say, no viiluo be. ciiuso of its abundance, ono would think that Dr. Do Bauu had tilade no particular discovery. But thero is more in his Btatcmont than is apparent at first. From tirao immemorial physicians havo directed their ingenuity toward an effective application of this wealth of air, bu...

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. — 15 November 1893

r .V v Wfc:V,' '" K5! yiiiiiiww'it """ T it", r.'"1 .11. ,1. nil I'lllll "' .. ' TT 1 jij VMvmjm r, ;..,.. -'' ' . 11V 9 '' lll"i"'l!, T7nrr f i ( THE BRRGKENRIDGE NEWS, OLOYERPORT, KY. "av jy L MOWA(D stftuy. MfTMIQHTI,!, BT APriKTON A CO. rUIMIHII liowbeit, whatever way Lavo been tne experience of her compauion, Cynthia learned little from tlio instrument of which her heart had not been eloquent before. But sho acquired a ccrtniu dainty dexterity, nnd as this musical intercourse garo riso to much conversation and con fidential disclosuro it was not long before Bruce woo well acquainted with nil her girlish dreams nnd fancies except ono, in regard to which Cynthia said nothing, but preserved tho evasive silence of womankind. . It shone in her eyes that kindled at Ids coming, in tho quick color that mounted to her cheek at his approach, in tho sudden delicious tremor that seized her when ho drew near, and tho thrill tliat set her heart to throbbing whenever his hand touched hers. In...

Publication Title: Breckenridge News, The
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