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' BflHKSR"flis- - W3lA,Msj, u- - "W jw aBKw-J'- ' 4 ; M , ' ,JciAi.'j-yj' .., '' K, h "The adrcrlltctncnt lo become an efficient drummer up of new buttness, must be charaitcrlted by the freshness anil Imnrcssltenc 8 of a personal InUnicw," THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVEKPOBT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1891. at Camp FILL edge or rant grass, jnoc u sign or cultivation or permanent habitation was in sight, and tho unfenccd roadway waa no more than a wide abrasion in the prairio, where the "boomers" had dragged their way toward the land of vague promise. This was the nineteenth nightly placo of stop, and therefore was called Camp Nineteen. Tho last ono had been named Eighteen and tho next would bo Cump Twenty. Half a hundred men were erecting poles a short distanco further along, but tho wiro had not been carried beyond tho spot where tho night camp was fixed, and there tho only person besides the busy cooks immediately discernible when tho pedestrians arrived Waa a young man busy at a telegraphic instrument. A tripod mado tho legs of a small table, and on it was the apparatus for sending and receiving messages over the wire, which was brought down from tho last pole to which it had been adjusted. The operator's name was William Brown , and it goes far toward describing him to tell that in the rough and impolite company of telegraph constructors ho was called Will Brown and not Bill Brown. No doubt somo of this consideration on tho part of men given to hard nicknaming was duo to young Brown being tho electrician of tho expedition, and therefore a scientific mystery to most of them; but more than that, his unvarying suavity of manner, modesty of. speech and careful retention of eastern deportment characterized him so markedly as to mako "Bill" a misnomer and "Will" appropriate. "Look, dad," the dusty girl whispered to her companion as her eyes fell on Will Brown; "wo haven't seen a thing like that sinco we quit railroad tracks and took to footprints. Isn't ho pretty?" "Ho glads my eyes, daughter he glads my ery gaze," tho man returned, eying tho busy operator, who had not yet seen them." The causo of tho weary traveler's gladness was understood by the girl when sho saw him advunco with an enlivened stride, and heard him say briskly: "Ah, a telegraph Btation, eh? That is fortunate. Is this a money order office, my young friend? I would like to send a message to Fort Smith at once for a transfer of funds." Will Brown straightened from his bent posture over the instrument, looked at the exaggerated dignity 6f tho inquirer with a twinkle of merriment in his honest blue eyes, and urbanely replied: "This isn't a money order station; it isn't any sort of station; it's jubt tho temporary end of the line and doesn't take any business." "Oh, don't say that pray don't say that," and tlw disappointment of the applicant looked liko genuine anguish. "I shall.be distressed we shall bo distresseddaughter and I if we can't get a remittance by wire." Will Brown's eyes turned to tho girl, and saw in her face as woebegone an expression as sho could command without hurting her prettiness. After a pauso, to let the young man appreciate tho comeliness of the maiden in spite of her bad attire, the father continued: "We have walked six miles this afternoon and intended to go as far as Wealth City." "Wealth City?" came in a guttural voice from tho ceuter of a clump of low bushes, and then a red face, fringed with whiskers from one sido of a straw hat brim around to tho other, and stub-ble- d over with an unshaven week's beard, lifted into viow. "What 'n Wealth City?" the grim voico demanded, spelling out the first syllable phonetically, with heavy emphasis on each letter and an equal stress on the rest of tho word. The riso of this individual was so x much liko that of a caricature that the girl exclaimed, liko a surprised child, "Oh, that's funny!" and one of her feet leaped clear of tho ground in a little caper of merriment. Tho object of her gleo displayed no resentment. Ho was amiably drunk and disposed to gratify, with all particulars about himself, the curiosity which ho had aroused. "My name's Old Jugg Brawn," ho said, addressing himself directly to tho girl, and speaking us a human exhibit in a museum might iu lecturing on itself. "I was bom Brown, and now thoy call me Old Jugg because I'm such an almighty hard drinker. Yes; I'm Old Jugg Brown, and this young gentleman is my son. I'm proud of my son, and ho ain't proud of me. He's a reformin' me, Will is, but I got hold of a bottle o' whisky, and I've been drinkin' hero in the brush.' Ho told this as bomething that had casually lmp'tened to him, something and yet nothing that lie could havo been expected to prevent. Hodield up tho half emptied bottle and swayed with it to and fro until tho son took it from him and smashed it on u stone. He regarded this summary action apathetically until the aroma of the spilled whisky reached his nose, and then he sniffed feebly, his bland smilo changed to a grotesque iout, and ho sank slowly down into tho biwhes as though an invisible hand was shutting him down into his box. "I was saying that wo meant to get to Wealth City before night," the strutting stranger resumed. "Wu understand that Wealth City is a now name for a sudden place tho name about a day old, and the placo something like a week. I will not conceal tho fact that we are in a sense well, call us fortune seekers, and wo haven't yet found it. May bu it is in Oklahoma, and what we wish is to get there. At this moment," and here he snapped a thumb, and finger of each hand airily, "we are tired, we are hungry and wo are penniless." Will Brown was not unaccustomed to wandering adventurers iu a similar plight, and ho would havo repulsed this man, doing it not tho less decidedly because politely; but at that instant tho girl settled to the ground voryjlimp aud prone, but falling into far too graceful a jnck-in-a-boly Hints Aboot Advertising. "Stjle, )nnnclry ami beaut an advertisement nlva) att attention." That is what you In the columnsof the Ilretkcnrl in ct ct ;c New. VOL. XV. NO. 37 lbs. Of Elour and. 10 Jibs, of Bran is what we give in By FRANKLIN CopyrlsliU All i Ishw rewrteJ.) CHAPTER I. TWO TATTERDEMALIONS. , . md Vw- -4 U IJo ' "v exchange for 60 lbs. of No. 1 wheat For 60 lbs. No. 2 we give 35 to 36 lbs. and 10 lbs. of Bran. to For60)bs. No 3 we give 33 U lbs. and 10 -- Co lbs. of Bran. The quality of Flour we give was never equaled in I. . . this section. We take grain off the cars and load it on again and pay one "Dad," she said. A gust of March wind cnught up a bushel of the dust from un Arkansas road, threw it into tho air, kept it whirling high for a minute, and then let it Bottle to tho ground. As this dense clouding of tho highway slowly ceased two pedestrians developed into view, as though materialized on tho spot, by some whimsical phenomenon, from that which theBiblo says wo all are and shall return to. That the dust was a corporal part of these persons waa not hard to believe, for tho now doposit merely mixed itself with that which had previously whitened their heads, shoulders and other places of chanco lodgment. They did not take tho trouble to brush any of it off their clothes. They clapped their hands together, and having thus shaken it from those members they rub-be- d it from their faces. Ono of them was a man who strutted so pompously that more of the dust .remained on his breast than on his back; but if his over erect posture came of personal pride it must havo been accompanied by abundant mortification, for dilapidation was disclosed wherever tho dust did not hide his frayed and discolored suit. But the frock coat was closely buttoned over a figure which it fitted by original design, not by second hand chanco, and the trousers, although they had not retained their shapeliness equally well, had beenmado from a measurement of tho same legs which the had too long enclosed. Tho decay was not careless; it was unavoidable. The prosperity of the man and tho endurance of his clothes had evidently passed away together, and only tho length of timo that had sufficed to bring tho wearer and tho worn to a stato of harmonious ill fortune remained a matter of estimate. Iu ono particular, however, his aspect Scisdid not show any unsightliness. sors and razor were still his to use. His hair was cropped neatly close, his mus tache drooped gracefully at tho sides of a smoothly shaven chin, and the gray of both was in an effective contrast with tho redly sunburned complexion. Tho companion of this unrelaxod effigy of dignity was a contrastingly lissome girl, 10 years old, if judged by hor face, but less if measured by hor small stature, on which the tatters of a once jaunty jacket and gown were no 'disfigurement; whoso countenance was not a loser of prettmess through tail or freckles; whoso hair wrapped her head with brown and was powdered liko a court beauty's with tho dust, and whoso feet stepped as lightly in a pair of shattered shoes as though newly slippered. She was 4ho fairest of tatterdemalions. "Dad," bho said, and then stopped to rieck a grain or two of tho small cyclone's deposit from her lips; "dad, this ight milo tramp's just about six miles too long." "Daughter," ho responded, as ho shifted the strap of a shabby leather bag from one shoulder to tho other, "don't say 'tramp' please to don't say 'tramp.' Say trudge, if you object to calling it a walk, or mention it iu a Haunter a stroll make us out anything that vagabonds. Wo mustn't confess before we're convicted." "Whatever 'tin, tramp or trudge," the gill retorted, "it's something we've got to do; so let's jog alon0." The father's tone was a little querulous, although ho tried to speak jocosely, und tho daughter's Hinile was something liko a peevish grimace; but as they walked along tho girl took hold of the bug to relievo the man of somo of its weight, whereupon ho gently removed her hand and held it in his own. Telegraph poles made hundred yard measurements along tho road, with their still sappy surfaces of hemlock from which tho bark had lately been removed and tho small rounds of freshly pounded earth at their bases outlined sharply by tho surrounding turf, showing that tho work had not been done long. The evidences of newness increased steadily, and when tho 'icdestrians had gono a milo further they cumo to tho men who wero making this lino of telegraph from civilization across the boundary into tho transitional territory of Oklahoma. There were several canvas topprairio wagons standing in a row, and tho horses belonging to them, unhitched but still harnessed, were nibbling tho grass near by. Other vehicles consisted merely of heavy running gear, on which lay loads of tho barked trunks of tall, straight trees ready to be sot up, and still others wero freighted with wiro and tho appliances for stretching it from polo to pole. Two tents of tho array pattern had been pitched where a big, old tree overhung them and close t) a brook which seemed to bo constantly washing itself, so clean did tho water lok, with its underlay of white pebbles and its borderings of very green grass. A roof of canvas was over a long table of adjustable boards, on which tin plates and cups were ready for tho meal which two men were cooking at a portable stove. Somo tethered cows and sheep and, a stock of canned catabled in a box wagon showed how little dspendence for food was placed on the routo. This movable encampment had been located for tho night, and tho sun had already sunk into tho distant sent by pail. You can't find a Mill that is doing as well in way freight when QUALITY Nor any better in YIELD. Try Us BOYD BROS,, 1RVINGT0N, KY. WHAT SCOTT'S CURES IK8SBK" BRONCHITIS COUGHS COLDS Wasting Diseases Wonderful Flesh Producer. Many hava gainod ono pound per day by its use. Scott's Emulsion is not a secret remedy. It contains tbo stimulating properties of tbo Hypopbos-pbite- s and puro Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, tbo potoncy of both Mrmv' '&&?? ?S .. - m. 's m-r- ' being largoly increased. It is used by Physicians all over tbo world. PALATABLE AS MILK. SoUl'by all Druggists. BCOTT&. BO WNfi, Chemists, N.Y. Affectlon j VoeUvente. At druggists. Prlco Cnro3 L ItAauur Ztver ,.,. Complaint, 25 and cts. fj Relieves quickly Rheumatism, Nou-ralgSwellings, Bruises, Lumbago, OIL. SALVATIONdrugglstt.) 25 all Price only cents. Sold by ia, Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, Burns, Scalds, Sores, Backache, &o. iwl 4. VS 1 A I UInffnatTt) fGOCO.rn a Jfthnll. (iooUii ln,"l tv) nl ti oik. lur ua. I. fader, iisay not inuke a much, but wa raa rurli jr iniiilrkljr Iivmc luearn frutn tS to tlUw ttajr m and titbit a you go oil. Iloili art p. all arra. In any part of Arorlta you ran cuminrnca at liuint, b1t In a; all uur llmair nioientaon1yto tit work. AllliiiiH, (.tret jr blUKfor rjr orktr. aiart tou, rurnUhlns ,. tliiari, "My name'" whs tho forcedly glib response; "oh, yes, my name. Well, you see wo are traveling incognito. Poverty is ever sensitive, you know ever sensitive. Iu tho lost BhuOling of the cards, somehow, we've been dealt clear out of tho game. I ought to be a winner, but heighol Well, call mo by what namo you please" "Call him Jack High," came diowsily from tho bush. "I'll call you Jack High," assented Will Brown, making an entry in a note book, "and, Jack nigh, you owo mo ono dollar." Jack High twirled the dollar and made it pass deftly in and out between his fingers as no man other than a practiced handler of gambling chips would be likelyto. Ho seemed alwut to toss it back to the lender, or donor, but slipped it into a vest pocket instead and blitlisomely said: "My daughter is a genius, sir a genius. Sho Bings, she dances sho will go into Oklahoma, my young friend, liko a revelation of melody and a disclosure of grace. It may be that her.talent must submit to offensive environment for a while, and indeed I may confess that our immediate expectations as to Wealth City aro centered in a concert hall said to havo just been' opened there; but all Oklahoma is ours, and wo shall speedily possess it. Jack High, sir, and and" "Call her Douce Low," was the sleepy suggestion from Old Jugg Brown in the bushes. "Jack High and Deuco Low," cried tho shabby adventurer, exhilarated by tho possession of an unearned dollar, and he was about to impulsively declare that tho card named couple would win tho game, but ho checked himself and chose other language. "They will conquer prosperity in Oklahoma will Jack High and Deuco Low. Oh, yes." The appetizing fragrance of coffee came from tho open kettle on tho stove, and the two cooks wero seen to bo active in putting tho meal on tho table. "Will they sell two suppers for a dollar?" Deuce Low asked, raising her eyes to Will Brown; and when ho did not answer instantly sho oagerly suggested: "Well, then, say one supper and a half?" Sho rolled partly over and rested her chin in her palms, while her elbows settled into the turf. "I'd rather get half u bitpper than none." Will Blown felt like a boyish playfellow of this coaxing littlo creature, notwithstanding his twenty-tw- o years, and he stood with arms akimbo looking down into her wistful face with a juvenile impulse to share with her whatever he had to eat. "I don't think you can buy any supper here," he said, "because wo don't make a business of soiling them. But we'll feed you for nothing." His glance turned to Jack High, and ho less hospitably auded: "And you, too. But in that case what uso ismy dollar to you? You might pay it back now, you know, and get it oil your mind." A droll leer prefaced Jack High's rey ply. "You'ro right as can be. I'll tho dobt and give you, likely's not, your money over again for interest." Deuce Low rolled over on her back and gazed idly skyward liko ono for whom tho proceedings had taken an uninterestingly usual turn. "That's generous," and Will Brown laughed. "I will shift tho dollar from ono hand to tho other thus," and Jack High slowly transferred tho silver coin from palm to palm; "and you can easily follow it with your eyes, as you see. Here it is and thoro it is, hero it is and there it is, and where is it now?" Ho closed both hands and held them forward. "Choose. and if you're wrong I owe you nothing; if you'ro right you get 3." "One now and tho other when?" "Ono now and my word of honor, bir, for the other." Will Brown laughed again, and clasped ono of tho fists iu his own. "Tho dollar's iu this one, of course,", ho confidently declared. But it was not. The open hand was onipty, and from the other tho dollar slipied into tho deft palmer's pocket. Will Brown had obtained at the cost of only a dollar tho information that Jack High was a professional rogue. Tho youug gentleman's habitual politeness wus instantly at a strain under which it was in danger of giving way, and thereupon, if tho job of kicking the rascal out of tho camp beemed repulsively rude, ho might request tho less heedful workmen to perform it iu his stead. The company of linemen, teamsters and diggers were just then coming from tho point where their day's work had ended. Deuco Low aiose as she saw them approaching, and tho movement drew Will's eyes away from tho object of irritation to one of admiration. "Supper's ready," he quietly wild: "step this way." (TO BE CONTINUED.) sot-isf- a memorandum ot tho loan and expect you to pay it sooner or later." UNION STAR. Miss Jennie Baker came home for the I ask for your patronage and propose to give you in return full value for holidays. Willio Miluer came home to spend tho holidays. Miss Ada Hnnkn, of Stephcnspnrt, is Left at my store. Therefore I call your attention to my new c id visiting relatives here. handsome line of Goods, consisting of There will be quarterly meeting held here on tho 11th iust. Mrs. Minnie O'Neal is visiting her sister, Mrs. Clayton Crosson. Such as Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Richardson were at Mr. I). S. Iiieliardson's during the OK S holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Tetrick came up from Oweii8boro to spend Christmas, .at Mr. AVERY, MEIKLE & URA CLIPPER STEEL PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVEl S, Chappcll's. SHOP MADE SINGLE SHOVELS, Miss.Tauio Hendry, of simnt And full a line of Plow and Machine repairs, Wagon Material, Iron several days last week uith Mrs. C. M. 0 all kinds, Shingles, Doors, Sanli and a full line of Hardware, Lime McGlothlaii. Salr SOLID TRUTHS! EVERY DOLLAR 5: FARM IMPLEMENTS ! EMPIRE DRILLS, OLD HICKORY WAG SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS, drainage, Miss Susie Jirashear went to Midway to spend the holiday with her grandmother, Mrs. Porter. and pipe, and a full line of Tinware. Water Drawers and Pumps Mr. V. 11. Gardner, of Pittsburg, Grass and Clover Seed of all kinds. Trunks, Buggies, Road Caits ' came home to spend the holidays. He Phaetons and Spring Wagons. was accompanied by Miss Gertrude J. B. JONES' PURE RAW BONE MEAL. Gaidner, of Ixuiisvillo. aaTCash paid for Country Produce, such as Hides, Fealher. Eggs, Ac. The young folks hail a dance on hint My house is situated on Seminary Street, opposite Public JlnJI.' Friday evening, at which all seemed to Everything new and good quality, and selected with the view of pleasenjoy themselves. They "adjourned" at ing all, as I am working for trade my best endeavors will be to Save a very reasonable hour. Money for all who favor me with their patronage. Mr. Sain Cushnmn, of New Albany, was down for a few days' hunt, and lEaiEiLsrsnL-iE-sr- , when he returned he was accompanied Fanners' Supply House, Hardinshuig, Ky. by his sister, Mrs. M. J. 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Her fatigno was pitifully genuine, however, and tho sigh of beauty iu distress although also in rags was anapjeal which Will made no effort to resist. "You'ro welcomo to a dollar," ho said, holding forth a coin instinctively-towarthe girl, but relinquishing it to tho ready hand of her less charming parent. "If you'll givo mo your namo," ho added, in a sudden attempt to give to his sentimentality n commercial turn, "I'll make poso Pine & Poplar Shingles FURNITURE, Honest Goods. GEO. W. SWEARINGEN, PfiE8. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. L. If your'appetito is gono nothing will restore It more quickly than "C. 0. C. Certain Chill Curo," tho great Tonic and guaranteed curo for Chills and Fever. Sold by J. W. Owen. Eli Perkins calls his wifo Honesty, cause ho says it is tho beBt po!icy.-Y. Herald. be- Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring Orders ackept on hand. companied by cash promptly filled. 'ran bataraHal ear KKW 11m ef work. aiitl iwwurablr. by ihoM of lili loimror olJ.awd It thtlr on ti ltcalttlra,w lirrtf tr t Wjr Ht?. A 117 ana tin da lha m urk. hear la ltam. WfttntlhTtryllnr.Watartyou, NtrUk, Ycu ran da?ot yoar apart n'"iiiiB,ur all yMir ilmalo lha notk. Ihlala an o4.iftil aucrrat Urvrry workar, nitlnly new Ifu1,aiit tir1ii . f iiirluiir ar tanrltir trm Ml 10 W 10ran trWuUh ami upwarda,you tba amand mora allrf U11U illKK. NoairlotnrslQ hai. rult t vrtwulatiJ iidibTA, juiix. uki. VnifKA-ro.- , Mik O COX, CASH. rt MONEY tMf UNION NATIONAL BANK DIRECTORS. Win. P. Otter. R. F. IUIIce. W. T Grant, C. O Strater, John O. Rorh. B, "W Wood. Fred IloertJ, Isaac W, Dernhcim, W, W, Drummond, John Docrhocfer, Jsmtt P, Curd, Henry llrocknun. Pays Interest on Time Deposits. Necotlates Purchase and Sale ol Donda. Sotlclts your Ujslnrt Cor. Klxfli mill Main Kin., LottltivUle, Ky. SURPLUS, $50,000. CAPITAL $760,000. &!, 1Ttieil.'': ; '' ""InTyfrWiTiiWlfl "w8hiytf WrfwiWtMfiJi Breckenridge News, d Hilly UreekKentucky's enridge has been doing yeoman service for his party in the East. silver-tongue- HARDINSBURG V. DEPARTMENT. BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, - LONG BRANCH. Mr. C. W. McGehec went to the city Monday. Mr. Cal Hendricks went to the city Saturday. Mr. Will Slmernl, of Shelbyvllle, is visiting here. Mr. S. II. Dooley, of Findlay, Ohio, is at homo on n visit. Miss Nellie McGcheo left Monday for her school at Peweo Valley. Little Katie McGchee, Charlton Ditto and Mr. Andy Riekcrstnff arc on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. John Hnll spent several days with their daughter, Mrs. Kate Hendricks. The trains on the Texas road were delayed several days last week on account of a slide nt Pitcher's' liill. Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Dooley entertained n few neighbors New Year's day, and a sumptuous dinner wo had. Hut few of tho farm hands changed placesChristmas, most of them being satisfied to remain where they were. The wheat crop is looking well in this locality nnd tho corn crop is short. Stock all doing well up to this time. ss-as-ss- -e x&Bwmmmmmm SS - Agent & Corresp'nt ' WKDNESDAY.JAXUAKY """" II, 1891. II.IIAUHAUC L, H. &. Editor ANNOUNCKMKNT. WKBT. t 3 JNO. D.BABBAQE & I.., St. fi. T. I.ocnl Time Card. West Mall and Express going Kst ii West ii Express " East Local Freight ii ii East West a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. U.l a.m. -- 10.05 a.m. 10.05 11.07 5.48 9 27 Skx tok Vest, by a unanimous vote, lias received the nomination for the United States Senate by the Democratic Legislature of Missouri. Cleveland has been doing somo valuable service for tho Democratic party since his defeat two years ago. He is present at all the big Democratic club gatherings in tho country, and is recognized as one of the best speakers tho party has. &tSQ W. TIME TABLE. (101XO Passenger Dally nrr. Hardlnsburg..l2:13 p.m. 7:55 a.m. " Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. O01NO KA8T. Passenger Dally arr. Hardlnsburg.. 8:37 a.m. " - M Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. P-- We are authorised to annonnce (JUS. W. MCIIARDSON, to the Legislaas a randldnte for ture from Meade county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, June 13, 1891. THE RMLllOM) TAX. The question of levying the tax voted liy the Hnrdinsburg district to the Louin-villHnnlinstnirgnnil Wentcm Italhvny Company will soon be vigorously pressed upon the county court for action. Already a double tax is necessary to meet the interest upon the bonds for two years. The court should levy the tax without haggling about it, if the law makes it their duty. Whether the court has taken steps to le advised, w e have never learned. It was argued before the court at the November term tlmt the county court has nothing to do with the matter; that it was the business alone of the county judge and the justices residing within the taxed territory. If this is the law of the question, the court can properly refuse to make the levy ; but if it is not, the railroad company will attempt to compel the county court to do its duty bv a lawsuit. The indications at that time ueie that a levy would be opposed. The decision of Judge .McBeath gives the proceeds of the tax to W. V. MrCracken & Co., and unless the cae is appealed and reversed, they will continue to be entitled to the bonds and interest. Whether this decision will influence the opponents of action by the county court to withdraw their opposition, remains to be seen. That decision is thoroughly to the effect that the bonds are lawfully theirs, and all efforts to prevent their holding and collecting them will likely prove as f itile as past efforts. A resistance would be folly and involve the whole county in pensive litigation. i Except upen the score of wishing well to our neighbors, we are not concerned in the matter in anyway. We do not lave the tax to pay. It applies to only Hut we do not .i part of the county. want to see our neighbors yi't into iimible. If the tax is law fid and it looks ery much that way let it be lev-- i McCracken & Co d and collected. according to the court, earned l.uve, t.ieir mouey, and it is wronj; to withhold They have built the it from them. i .id (and according to their contract) utly on the faith of this subscription, . id llrcckenridgc county, which neer a debt or went back on a m tract, ought not to begin now n a whole or any part of her. Miss Clay, members Equal Rights Association, have been at Frankfort and appeared before the Constitutional Convention to urge that body to insert a clause in the new constitution putting the property rights of all married women on an equal footing with their husbands. The member of the Convention are on the question, and a number of leading ones will oppose the measthe ure in toto. A little reflection will convince most any one that the people of Kentucky would not iior any such an While we lecognie the amendment. fact that the rights of mairied women in this State are not so clearly defined in the law as they might be, yet we hardly think the time has come when a majority of the married women themselves wish to be put on an equal footing, legally, with their husbands, and he authorized to transact any anil all kinds of luisiiies-- s to the same extent as they do. That is not the standard to be reached just now, the opinion of the advocates of the Woman's, Equal Hights Association Then-arto the contrary notwithstanding. wores of good women in Kentucky whom, we dare say, are yet entirely content to entrust the care and worry of business transactions to their husbands for a time yet at least, and whom, if they could be consulted, would oppose the movement advocated by Miss Clay, Ilen-l- y it Company with a vengeance ; though what is needed, and particularly desired, is the law's governing the propeity rights of married women, so regulated and simplified on our statute books that .crsons of ordinary intelligence can understand their import. That's all. e, Jin. Teller has introduced u bill in tho Senate directing the Secretary of tho Treasury to pay to certain agents fifty million dollars to buy land in lower California for the permanent settlement of negroes in tho United States who wish to establish a colony there. Jackson's Day was celebrated by numerous Democratic clubs throughout the country last Thursday. It seems that as long as tho American Union stands, tho name of Andrew Jackson will be honored and revered by his countrymen for the brave and manly deeds he performed while among the living. Tiik Constitutional Convention has had up for consideration the question of the property rights of married women under the laws of this State. Certainly it is time that this branch of the be simplified in some way. As the statutes read at present, it is difficult to determine just to what extent a married woman can hind her property by contract. Ik we are to judge from the signs of the times, the old Democratic party of this entire land is arousing herself to mighty deeds of valor for 18(12. In all of the doubtful States there is a bit of retrospection and reaction in the Republican ranks, and hordes of honest men are seeking for truth and for a party of honest principles to govern the country. Cm.. Win. O. Hradley, in a late interview, said that he was not certain whom his party would put out as their next candidate for Ciovernor of Kentucky, but as for himself he would respectfully decline any further honors of that kind. Hut the Republican party of Kentucky see in Mr. O'Rradley a mighty exponent of Republican bluster, and when they go hunting for gubernatorial timber the Colonel will be very apt to walk up and take his medicine. No iiriii:ii evidence can be given of the fact that the Ni:ws is taken and read bv ncaily everybody in this county, as well as in a big poition of Meade, than is illustrated in our advertising columns this week. When so many of our live, e country merchants seek it as a medium thiough which to place their announcements, it is plain that they know the quickest, cheapest and best route to reach their patrons. These ndveitisements conic unsolicited, which is another pi oof of the paper's tiopular-it- v and value as an ndvci Using medium. wide-awak- Mit. Henry and of the Woman's d Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that contains Mercury, As luercurv will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the c whole system when enteiing it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no meicury, and is taken internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's ( 'uturrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. 83!fSold by druggists, price 7"c. per bottle. McDANIELS. A white, slick Christmas. Mr. Henry Frank, of U'itclitield, is visiting here. Dr. It. J. Nappcr, of Stephensport, was in town last week. Mr. Harry Akers, ofCccilian, is visiting Mr. Frank Rhodes. Miss Hettie Wilson is visiting her sister, Miss Lura, near Glendeane. The heavy sleet did great damage to Alliance of Meade coun-i- orchaids and timber in this community. The Farmers' Mr. John Spencer and family and Mr. hehl a meeting at Brandenburg last a Democrat Reuben Spencer, of Fordsville, are visitand resolved that here. wiih good enough to represent them in ing friends near Mrs. Jarboe and Miss Alice I lie next Legislature, and that they would take no part in the election as a Dockery are visiting their sister, Mrs. It. body. This is a very wise move on their W. Lewis, at Cloverport. Messrs. Win. and Hen bingley and part and very much to their credit. Win. Iturkhead, of Hig Clifty, were visitHon. tins Richardson is the only announced candidate so far, and it is quite ing relatives here last week. Mr. John J. McDaniel, of Leitchlield, probable that lie will have no opposi-- t on. lie lias made a splendid represen-- i was visiting his mother, Mrs. Eliza Mcitive, and the Democrats of that county Daniel, last week. Misses Nannie Hunter and Mittie an- not inclined to make a change. I' raise and Mr. Reuben McDaniel are Tiik Constitutional Convention favors visiting relatives at Leitchfield. a change in the State election from AugDr. Owen, of Cloverport, was in the ust to November. Some of tho chronic neighborhood last week, examining the , owlers of the press who kit k at every-iiinvast beds of asphalt ami other minerals. opposo such a change. Hut they Come again, doctor. are forced to admit that we already have Misses Lucy Cannon, of Hunter's too many elections in Kentucky, and Hall, and Addie Moore, of Grayson counthat the fewer we have must be the best ty, spent Christmas with Miss Dora Mcfor the people, in the end. Daniel. v g, County court next Monday. Mr. Alex West wont to Louisville last Saturday. Mr. Pat Dillon went to Evansville last Saturday. Mr. Frank Shellman has moved to New Albany, Ind. Mr. Wat Skillinan is visiting Mr. McCoy, near Itowley villc. The Hnwesville I'laindealer says Jeff Hoard bos moved to Texas. Mr. W. W. Vessels opened a saloon at the novelty store building last Monday. Now is the time to save money by purchasing at Heard & Beelcr's. Rev. J. S. Greathouso.of Hardin county, is carrying on a protracted meeting nt the court house. Ladies' and gentlemen's underwear, shawls and overcoats prices reduced at Heard it: Heeler's. Mr. C. IvCalwell, from Stephensport, over W. K. has opened a barber-sho- p Hames' law office. Mr. Charley Hrucc will leave in a for Texas, where lie will make his home in the future. Hoots and shoes cheap for cash at H "ard & Heeler's. Miss Eva llensley came down from Louisville last week and will be in tho city visiting several days. Will Hardin has a contract to saw two hundred acres of white oak timber at Rock Vale for McCracken & Co. Hook, Miller & Co.'s flouring mill has been shut down for the past ten dnjs on account of some broken machinery. Mrs. ArlemissaHlack appeared before the county court and qualified as administrator of the estate of H. F. Handy, deceased. We understand that Mr. Kendrick Rhodes, of McDaniel's precinct, has some inclinations to make the race for the Legislature. Cashier Morris Heard says the bank starts in the new year with good prospects for all the business they can handle. Mr. John Slatctn says he has a fine limestone quarry on his farm near town, and could furnish all tho stone needed in building the new jail. A Ixuiisville opeia company gave an exhibition at the qity hall last night. They will probably give another performance this evening. The knife with which Harrison killed Marshal Thompson is in the circuit clerk's office in the custody of Clerk Skillinan. It is an ugly looking tveapon. The tax issue will come up again the county court next Monday. It is believed the court will order a levy sufficient to pay the interest now due on the $(50,000 worth of bonds. Tom McGill has been assisting Mr. John Monarch in the clerk's office for several weeks. Tom is a good, clever for a business boy, and on the look-ou- t permanent job. We hope he will get it. The commissioners appointed to award the contract to build tho new jail were in session Monday, but no definite action was had. However, it is thought that McDonald Hros., Louisville, will get the contract. Fine old Daviess, Nelson, Anderson and Woodford counties pure copper sour-mas- h whiskies, wines, brandies, cordials and beer, by keg and bottle, ginger ale, tobacco and cigars; all of the best made and fresh, served with pleasure to all at T. C. Lewis's saloon. Mr. It. M. Jolly, of Irvington, was hero last Monday and purchased a half interest in the general commission store Mr. Jolly says tho of J. It. llensley. business will be greatly enlarged at once to accommodate their increasing trade. They propose to make things lively for their competitors hereabout. Work at the gas well is progressing From the start Contractor slowly. llaynes seems to have been working against hard luck. In tho first place he had trouble in getting his machinery in good working order, and when this got all right his drill got fastened at a depth of about forty feet, and is the trouble at present. Next Monday will be court of claims day, and it is expected that there will be a pretty large crowd in the city. As the Legislative race approaches it is presumed that a number of parties having aspirations in that direction will be on hand to feel the heat of the public pulse. Resides there is considerable business before the magistrates, final action on building"tlio new jail being one of tho important items among several others. It is a day that always brings a number of people to town and a good time to see most anybody you want to see. few-day- s Ilar-dinsbubo-fo- re E. II. Shellman was in Louisville last week. Mr. W. II. Gough was in Louisville last week. Mr. Dave Henry, of Irvington, Svas in town Sunday. r M. II. Fontaino nnd family have removed to Holt. Hon. Turner Wilson, of Elizabethtown, was here Friday. Mr. Tom McDonough, of Woodland, was in town Sunday. Win. Harrington is driving the stage for his brother John. Miss Agnes Malin lias gone to Louisville to attend a music school. Miss Forrio Hardin, Holt, was the guest of friends here last week. Mr. John It. Pusoyof Jefferson county, is reported very sick at his home. Preaching at jtho M. E. church Sunday by tho pastor, Rev. E. II. Morrison. Messrs. G. A. Frymiro and El vice Wimp were at Long Branch lost week. W. F. Cuspcrke, Louisville, is spending a few weeks with his parents here. Col. John Herndon, representing The Bradloy-GilbertC- o., was in town Friday. Hon. Gus W. Richardson, candidate for the legislature, was in town Saturday. The high water cut off people in the bottom from Rrundcnburg for a few days last week. Misses Inn and Zulu Malin have returned home after a visit of several weeks in Vine Grove. Messrs. lSlvice Wimp and Tim McAuliffe have rented Mr. E. Wimp's farm for this year. Miss Nettie Seigler and Mr. Graham were married by Rev. E. II. Morrison at the parsonage Saturday. Horn, Jan. 10th, to the wife of T. R. O'Hryan," a boy. Roland says it's the finest boy in tho world. Miss Ophelia Hay has returned from Louisville, where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. D. Cooper. James Mercer, of Elizabethtovvn, was here last week and bought a number of mules from Mr. Tim McAuliffe. Misses Fannie and Jennie Woolfolk spent last week with Misses Hickerstaff and McFnrlund at Ix)ng Urnnch. Mr. Tlios. Fairleigh left Thursday for Paducah, where he has accepted a position with the N. N. & M. V. R. K. Mr. John N. Howard has sold out his grocery store on the hill to Temp Simmons. Mr. Howard expects to dovote his entire time to tho marble busineas. Dr. II. A. Ditto is still ina very serious condition, with very little hope of his recovery. He suffers considerably, as he has not been able to lie down for several weeks. Messrs. S. C. Malin. S. P. Woolfolk nnd Tim McAuliffe attended the sale of Felix Crutcher last Thursday. A largo crowd was present and the property sold for a good price. The Hoard of Supervisors completed their labors and adjourned Friday. They raised tho assessment of quite a number of tax payers. They will be in session again on January 19th and 20th, for the purpose of hearing appeals from the parties who were raised. 8 We i 8 ) Are Full! You will find C Of bargains in honest 'Clothing, in f' ) our store the most perfect selection of .Men's, I ,' , Hoys' ami Children's1.. m Clothing , j ! What Ails You? If you have sudden darting pains in the joints or muscles, and it reccurs every' timo you get cold, and appears in without leaving any of tho old ones, the best thing to do is to send five dollars to tho Drummond Medicine Co. 0 Maiden Lane, New York, for a bottle of Dr. Drummond's Lightning Remedy for Rheumatism. It will euro you. He wiso in time, nnd do not bo fooled with anything else. If you have tho above symptoms you have got tho Rheumatism, and if the druggist tells you the truth he will say Dr. Drummond's Remedy is the only known cure. new-places 48-5- In the city. V i lint... in imik .i Wc charge you only for the gar- " (J) Ml M1 ments you buy, and expect a moderate profit only . u :.! -- I siui-sii-uw ... n i I." I. me iiu.ii;iiiiieiiis- ioi which .1. .- .! - customer lias'to pay, although lie doesn't know fl ?! i lb' f VEST KENTUCKY, j Opera at Fisher's Hall t. The Tempest Comic Opera Company will give an entertainment .nt the hall and will perform a double bill, consisting of Offenbach's beautiful opera, "Tho Village Rivals," and Gilbert and Sullivan's funniest of all comic operas, "Knox nnd Hox." The company is a very fine one, and includes several artists who were recently with the famous Koston Ideal Opera Company, an organization that is noted all over the United States. The performance will therefore be a very artistic success, and nil lovers of good opera should be there. The prices nro 25 and 50 cents, Seats are on sale at Fisher's drug store. For two nights only. CLOVFJIVORT, m ESI i g 552Ll3 S 0S!$3CCS&S' ! PdPS3u?SLS mm mm T" - rfrBtfy?fffvWfrajyj NEW J GOOD ! Eeport of the Bewleyville Sunday School, at the Close of the Fourth Quarter. Superintendent, Tlios. J. Jolly Librarian, Arthur AValker Organist, M. Blanche Jolly Secretary, W. J. Piggott Janitor, T. P. Hardaway Teacher, Clara Piggott HTl'II.8. 100 have jist filled my house with a new stock of GeBQHd AQrCnMldiSQ, Fresh from the Market, and will just state that, I am here to sell at prices equal with any of my competitors, and I solicit your trade and influence. My motto is to sell strictly for Cash or exchange for any kind of produce at the market price. Give me a trial visit at once and I will use my endeavor to please you and hold your patronage. Respectfully, 100 100 . 80 80 80 100 100 Anna Johnston Bessie Cox Arthur Walker Rob't Jolly Cain Stella Paul M. Blanche Jolly Clara Morris Anna Hodges Overton Blanford Mary Blanford Mary Paul 09 !! DO 00 10 80 81 80 80 The Editor's Prize. Mr. A. K. HawkcB lias gained a national reputation as a practical optician, nnd his celebrated spectacles and patent spring are known throughout The Loss of a Leg Or arm by amputation would not cause tho United States. Wo nro writing this so much suffering as many people endure nrticlo with a pair of his New Crystalized with Rheumatism. Ono of tho greatest LenseB, and they Bccm to us as transpardiscoveries of the century is a certain ent as light itself ; and with them the cure for this terrible disease, a speedy finest print is as clear as in youth. Edirelief from horrible suffering, and u rap- tor Christian Advocate. All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by id cure. What a blessing! It is Dr. Drummond's Lightning Remedy, price G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. $o, large bottle, nnd if tho druggist has not got it, the remedy will bo sent to any Pensions and Patents. address on receipt of price by Drummond Frank L. Hancock, of Owensboro, U. S. Medicine Co., 48-!- 0 Maiden Lnne, New Patent and Pension Attorney, will bo in York. Cloverport February 25th and 20th. You arc cordially invited to meet me. Ad vico ADDISON. free. 1 refer you to Hon. William T. Ellis as to my qualifications and honesty. William Sellers bus opened a black7w Fkaxk L. Hancock. smith shop at this place. William Houtlinghouse has rented t!7e Hurks farm for this year. Two dwelling houses have been built here recently and will soon bo occupied. Makes tho lives of many pcoplo miserable, Henry Wcatherholt has sold out bis Distress and often leads to Cannel-ton- , effects here, and will remove to alter eating, sour stomach, sick headache, heartburn, lois of appetite, a faint, " all gono" Ind. eye-glass- MICHAEL MEYER, H4RNED, KY. FREE COLUMN. young mare and two milch cows Taylor Beard, for sale. llardlnjlurg, Ky. A good SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. By virtue of taxes due the Commonwealth of Kentuoky, and Breckenridge county, for the years 18bS, 80, 87, 88, 89 and 1890, by the following named persons, and for the years designated, we will proceed to sell for cash In hand, on Wanted to buy or rent n good farm for cash , Add ess D. with particulars, caro the News office, Cloverport, Ky. Monday, January 19, 1891, e At the door, in Hardinsburg, Ky. the following described property, or a sufficient amount to satisfy the several amounts : Bates, Jeremiah T., for (land) for particulars see Deed Book X, page 484. Amount of tax und cost $20.25.' Fisher, Chas. A., fur an undivided (u) interest, ln what is known as the Barney Fisher borne place, mile south of Cloverport. For particular see Mortgage Book No. 10, page 502. Amount of tax and cost, $41.11. Farmer, Sallle, for 188S (land) listed In her name, but the title is in the name of the hMrs of Michael BrUkey, for further particulars jeo Commissioner's Deed Book No. 2, page 250. Amount of tax and cost, $5.30. ' Walker, Samuel B., for 1885.80 3, land For particulars see Deed Book, No. 20, page 531, deed from Thoc Burdetto to Margarete A. Walker. Amount of tax and cost, $27.91. Mathews, America, for 1886 87 90 land, for particulars see Deed Book L. piigo 187. Amount of tax and cost. $23,27. D. II. SEVEHS, S. B. C. P. S We are now arranging a large list of property for salo for Taxes whioh will be ad- vertised very soon. All persons owing taxoa would save u great deal of costs and expense by settling the same immediately. Wo have already given one notice that we wanted to up our business, which we are compelled settle to do. So those not heeding these notices must abide the consequences, Bespccttully, D. H.Skvebs, S. D. C. Johk Al.KXANDEIt, D, S. J. S. DkJkbnkkttk, D. S. L. O.Okeqobt, D.S, December 3d, 1890. Court-hous1888-89-9- 0 one-sixt- h one-half 87-888-8- 9 STATEMENT condition of the Breckinridge Bank, Cloverport, Ky., at the close of business, Dec. 31, 1890. Of the ASSETS. Notes nnd Dills discounted $150,538. 13 2,572.25 .1,335.14 2,5112.15 154 30 Hank Fixtures and Furniture Banking Uuuse and Lot Overdrafts Secured und Unsecured. Suspended debt Bonds Duo from Bank Cash on hand Dyspepsia taxing After 25,884.01 12,781.91 24,821.48 222,084.49 LIABILITIES, Capita stock Deposits $ 45,100 CO Pat Robinsou, ofCannelton, Ind., has rented Mr. Addison's duelling nnd will open a boarding house. II. L. Morton bought of L. D. Addison last week 111 acres of land at $10 per acre. Mr. Morton has great faith in Addison's future. ' Real Estate Transfers. Acioimixii to the Courier-Journa- l, t. Judge Nick Mercer is a citizen of Well, we don't know that a very great mistake was made in locating him after all. In a certain sense Ixmdon is England, 1'aria is France, and Clover-por- t is Ureekenridge county. Clnv-crpor- Tiik Indiana Legislature is in session at Indianapolis. The Democrats have n majority in Iwth House and Senate. Mil. James Garfield, tho son of 1'rcsi-fleGarfield, is said to bear a marked nt resemblance to his father. Mr. C. M. McDaniel left this week for Earlington, where he will remain a short time, and then go to Alabama to travel for a literary society. Success to you, Moore. The members of the M. E. church, South, have sold their parsonage to Mr. George Glasscock. They have purchased a lot on Main street adjoining the residence of Dr. J. II. Hart, ami will proceed at once to build a new parsonage. Success to them in their work. We believe in furnishing the pastor with a good residence, und besides it will help to build up our town. A Pleasing Sense Mr. James Ilambleton, our clever depOf health and strength renewed and of uty county clerk, furnishes us with the ease and comfort follows the use of following transfers of real estate during Syrup of Figs, as it acts in harmony with the past week: John and Tbps. Hlythc to Mason M. nature to effectually cleanse the system when costive or bilious. For salu in 50e. Miller, 210 acres of land, $1,800. bum Alice S, Addison to Henry LMorton, and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. 31 acres of land at Addison $1,003.23. The City of Owensboro Hard Aground Jas. T. Miller & Co. to S. L. Sulzer, ono brick storehouse in Cloverport, the at French Island- Sour building now occupied by the latter, The City of Owensboro, which was due $(1,500. here from below Sunday, lias not yet passed up. She is hard aground at the Bucklen's Arnica Salve. foot of French Island twenty miles nlwve Tho best Balvo in the world for cuts, Evansvillo. Sho is reported in a dangerbruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fover ous position owing to Iho rapid falling of sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, tho .river. TJie James Guthrie, assisted Sold by all druggists. flisixforiU. Prepared only corns, and skin eruptions, and positively by 0. 1. HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. by two tug boats, are hard at work trying cures Piles, or no pay required, It is IOO Dosos Ono Dollar to get her off. guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or YOU It II At Ii At! HI'S F Price 25 cents per money refunded. Fok Balk. Ono lot opposite M. E. OryouareallMornout, ivallytccod fur nothing It lKeiiernl clel.lilty. 'try box For Bale by GW. Short, Clover- church 75 feet front by 176. Best residllllOirtf'X 1IIO.Y Jl ITT liltS. ence In lower Cloverport. Jell Hamblc-oport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Iv will euro you, anil give a, gootl appetite. Bold sympa-ioaauc- feeling, bad taste, coated tongue, and lrregu- larlty of tho bowels, aro DlStrOSS gomo of tho moro common symptoms. Dyspepsia docs not get well of Itself. It teoulrcs careful, persistent attention, nnd a remedy like Hood's Barsa-parllla, which acts gently, yet surely and efficiently. It tones tho stomach and other organs, regulates the digestion, creates a good appetite, and by thus ft Ink overcoming tho local symp- t, toms removes tho thetlc effects of tho disease, banishes tho headache, and refreshes tho tired mind. " I havo been troubled with dyspopsla. I had but llttlo appetite, and what I did cat . distressed me, or did mo M 1)ttl0 C00(i j j nour after eating I would expefeeling, rience a fointness, or tired, as though I had not eaten anything. My trouble, I think, was aggravated by my business, which Is that of a painter, and from being moro or less shut up In a room wUb fresh paint. Last spring I took rfood's Barsa- - OtOmacn It did mo an rllla took three bottles. Immense amount of good. It gave mo nn appetite, and my food relished and satisfied tho craving I had previously experienced." George A. Taok, Watcrtown, Mass. Surplus Kund.. Undivided PmOts Dividend No. XI, due Jun, 151,924 98 20,(110.00 3,855.51 2, 1891. 1,804 00 222,684.49 A. B. Sklllmon, cashier of tho above naiuedBank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge I, and belief. u A. B, Skili.uan, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to tcforo me this the 3d day of January, 1891. Ciub. B. Skim mas, N. P. B.C. WE rf noun e s ' V lJ v SyamSF a AH niYIS49k. TBk. "vt $ -- AVJm. rLari mtlKV . imwr FKir . AV,ws(mv jfiYA U .4.t. yWft. v1Ry, ws ira ZF 3V THE BEST Hood's Sarsaparilla CriEAI'EST w MEDICINE MEDICINE JtNOWN CONSTIPATION. LIVER CHILL CUF?E. 1 Stato Kentucky, County of Breckenridge J Taken up as astray by J. A. Gross, living near Holt post oOico, In Breckenridge county, on or about the 8th Inst. Five head of hoi s, about 7 'months old, thro white nnd blaok spotted boars, one black boar and one blaik sow, all marked with swallow fork in left ear and crop and under bit In right ear, and whioh was appraise! by Harrison Dallaven, of Holt, Ky., In the sum of ten dollars ($10) Witness my baud this 12th day of December, 1890. WM. AHL, J. P. B. 0. Notice. or CONSIDCRINQ QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. IT 'WILL ALSO OTJIiU DYSPEPSIA. BILIOUSNESS, AMD CimONIO FOR MEN ONLY! noil u 1 11 ZTTTTVMKm V'ar T rAflAfttl C. C. MARTIN, Cloverporti DRUQQIST NCXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE. Au..,,;m.;,tf . . .11. li&mifV?SrVzW$2?Ek VP .. W VI? VtOA eakntu ! jTTt of Body and Kind, ani4 MtM, aw V a- tSuia n by all dealers In medicine. Ky g"rT f 'j; Tfii ,VMr- u'p A r ffyfprflk OBillS JW any substitute CALIFORNIA Both tlio when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to t'no taste, and acts gentlyyctpromptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tlio system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tlio only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to tlio stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for snlo in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable- druggist who may not have it ou hand will it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept pro-eur- o ivtoy method and results I X'iX Yw.!KV3H!b FIG SYRUP CO. 8AN FRANCISC ), CAL. . LOUISVILLE, KY. HEW YORK, N.Y. Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, 'wS. rtf ) Office over Richardson's Hardware store. J. C. BUSH, CLOVERPORT. KY. J. II. TAYLOR, W. S. TAYLOR. DENTISTS Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store J. H. Taylor & Co., Frederica Street, 0WENSB0R0, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY t it." -- 14, 1891. . The potato crop over in Tobin'a Bottom, although short, yielded tho growers as much money as an averago crop. Some of tho best crops brought $1,000. .Mr. Virgo Hardin in Holt's Bottom, we understand, sold his crop for $1,700. Tlioro is very little doing in tobacco in this market. There was one load on tho streets yesterday, tho first that has been brought to town this season. Jimmy AVheeler is in the market and we understand has bought several crops. Tho gas supply was a little short in sonic instances during,the cold snap, but we heard of no one freezing or going It will be a without their breakfast. mighty cold day when tho gas goes out in Clovcrport. Kcv. G. W. Dennis writes to havo his paper changed to 1125 West Broadway, Louisville, and says: Wo arc in the midst of a glorious revival at my church, assisted by Itev. J. S. Keen. Forty-thre- e conversions to date. Meeting is of two weeks continuance and will go on indefinitely. Our old friend and fellow countyinan, Wm. M. Hcnslcy, who has recently moved to Louisville, says, Please send tho Bhkckkniuooe News to No. 58 Bull Block. I am lost without it. 1 prefer it Am always to any paper in Kentucky. anxious to read it and hear from my old friends in Breckenridge. There arc now two trains daily on the short lino to Victoria. A depwill bo built at the pier for the accommodation of passengers, and tho trains will como and go on time, just like any other first-clarailroad. That's right, Mr. Manager Miller, whoop things up; you are the right man and in the right place. There is no reason why you shouldn't build up a good business and extend your road on to Fordsville. Messrs. Cy. and John Lilian! havo had a fine monument made for their mother and brother at tho Clovcrport Marble Works, of which W. It. Embry is proprietor. The monument is made of lino Italian marble, handsomely carved and engraved, and is a very Mr. beautiful piece of workmanship. on turning Embry prides himself out first-clawork and this job is in Persons keeping with all of his work. desiring n monument nro requested to for themselves. call and examine His prices arc reasonable and within tho reach of all. ss ss VINE GROVE. Knowing that you had no correspondent at this place and thinking you would like to hear from this busy little town, concluded to write. This is a hust- Ill I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I EgP2jSi&33 &tfr4B.4S&Br & DISSOLUTION NOTICE. fN LOCAL BREVITIES. The river is falling. 1'ijjs for sale. Chas. Martin. It. E. Moorman went to Louisvillo yesterday. Miss Lulu Gregory bns a position with Win. Vest & Sons. Charlie Skillinan will move into his new homo next week. Mr. Satterwhito lias moved into Kirt Weatlicrliolt's new house. Mr. Henry 15. Head and Walker Hoard were in the city yesterday. Chris Swigert has bold his grocery May. store at Hall's corner to W. E. Martin has moved his grocery into the room vacated by It. E. Moorman. Judge J. S. Wilkcrson and his son, Forrie ' Wilkerson, arc both at homo sick. Geo. Gctzendanier has closed up his tin shop here, and removed to Louisville. Mrs. C. D. Temple went to Greenville, Miss., last Friday to sec her sister, who is reported very sick. Mr. J. Scott Vance and wife (nee Miss Settio May) returned home from their bridal trip Monday night. The Nkws is preparing a handhouio lot of valuable gifts to be given away to its paid up subscribers Jan. 1, '02. Mrs. Conrad Simons, of Tobinsport, Ind., delivered to Bowmer & Hambleton, of this city, 800 pounds of butter last year. Abo Ditto jr., has been appointed post-- master at Long Branch, Meado county, and J. E. McQuady at Itock Vale, Ilroek-enridg- e county. J. II. Illytlic and brother have sold their farm to Mason M. Miller, a prominent farmer of Bethel neighborhood, and will give possession March 1st. Tlio Nkws man will be at Hardinsburg next Monday. If you want the Nkws or anything in the way of printing don't bo backward about mentioning it to him. Dick May lias given notice that ho will make application to the city council for a saloon licen6o and bowling alley to bo opened in tho West end. Win. Hall's old livery stable will bo tho place. Georgo Dean is holding tho depot down nicely and taking in lots of filthy lucre for the railroad. Yesterday was tho banner day in tho.passengerbusiness. Ho sold twenty tickets forthe east bound Hit-har- It is with "Don't Care To Eat." the greatest confidence that .' . ' ' 3:," it Sarsaparilla is recommended forloss of appetite, indigestion, sick headache, and similar troubles. This medicine gently tones the stomach, assists digestion, and makes ono "really hungry." Persons in dclicato health, after taking Hood's Sarsaparilla a few days, find themselves longing for and eating tho plainest food with unexpected relish. A New Road. An effort will bo made at the court of claims next week to get a road froia Julius Hardin's place to tho pike, cutting ofT the impassablo part of the old road from Muflett's place over Allen's hill to tho Tarfork bridge. It is claimed that by bridging the creek nt Hardin's hay-preand tapping the pike near Mr. Samuel Johnson's, an excellent road can be had aUvery little expense outside of tho bridge. This is a very important move, not only to the people of this city, but to a largo section of country in the Clover creek neighborhood that is cut off from town for at least half of the year or more. Tlioy either have to boat their produce down the creek during tho winter or spring, or hold it until the roads get good in the summer. The court of claims could not do a greater benefit to n.largo and thrifty section of this county than to make some provision for this road. Theso people pay their taxes promptly and they should havo some returns in tho way of good roads. Hood's ss ling littlo city, ovcrylwdy seems to bo busy. Tho town is Improving rapidly, at least a dozen houses having been built during the last twelve months, and even during the Christmas holidays, everywonbody seemed perfectly happy and con aftented with themselves anil everybody else. Mrs. Bibb, an aired ladv. is verv ill of heart disease. ; . The Christmas tree at the public hall prowas a grand success. -Mr. Tom Scott and wife are visiting her father, Mr. Ben Hill. z Miss Ina Malin is spending tho winter with her aunt, Mrs. L. W. Barrett. .Mr. Alfred Eskridge, of the L., St. L & T., is with his family for a few days. Mrs. Barnett has lately moved into her beautiful new rcsidenco on West & Hill. The family tree at Mrs. Barnett's resiOld Reliable Clothorjs, dence was a beauty and was a source of Louisville, Ky, Cor. Third & Market. pleasure to tho littlo folks. Mr, T. II. Robinson, bridge foreman of the L. St. L. it T. railroad, is spending sovcral days with his mother, Mrs. E. J. Bobinson. Harry Duvall left on the 28th to take a position on tho L., St. L. T. Success i M to you Harry, and bo sure you don't take any hearts with you except your own. Prof. Phipps, principal of the High Now is tlio time to buy- school at this place, accompanied by Mr. Ucoigo Hays, one of his pupils, has gone to Indiana to spend the Christmas holidays with his parents. Ho is a fino teacher and much loved by his pupils, who manifested their esteem by presenting him with n handsome shaving case. ! Lower than ever The reunion of Mrs. E. J. Bobinson's While profits arc not considered. Call for prices family on Christmas day at the residence Sole agents for the of Mr. Alf Eskridgo was an occasion long to be remembered. Itelati ves and friends gathered 'round tho hearthstone and exchanged greetings, and many happy hours of tho long ago were talked of mi ni u secmcu mat wo were almost young again, and we had almost forgotten that A Quart for 10 Cents. there was anything to do but talk, when we were reminded that dinner was waitWe will make special efforts to reduce our stock of ing and into tho spacious dining room we went, where we partook of an elegant repast, after which tho guests departed one by one, feeling that tho day had been n benediction. May this parent and these children have many such reunions. The members of tho family present were : Mrs. E. J. Bobinson, Miss Lucy Bobinson, Mr. S. C. Malin and Within the next few days. Call and get the benefit of our low wife, Mrs. L. W. Barnett, Mrs. Duvall, Mr. Alf Eskridgo and wife and Mr. T. II. prices, for it is what the buyer saves that makes him rich. Its an unBobinson, Miss Eddie Bobinson, Misses fact that we carry the largest line of disputed Ina and Zula Malin, Miss Ella Duvall, Bobbie and Frank Malin, .Tessio Haswell and Edgar Eskridgo, Bobbie and Mary Etta Barnett. STILL DOWN. it (i Children's Clothing. That is why. Julius Winter Co., Some people der how we can ford to sell goods so low they forget that we are not after fit now. We must reduce our large stock of Men's, Boys' and The firm doing busincKS heretofore under the nanio of J, F. Sulzcr it Bro. (composed of Joseph F. Sulzer and Samuel L. Sulzer,) at Cannelton, Berry County, Ind., and at Clovcrport, Breckenridge County, Ky., is dissolved by mutual consent. Joseph F. Sulzer retires, having sold his interest in the Personal Bioperty and Bcal F.stato belonging to said firm to Samuel L. Sulzer, who will continuo tho business and assumoMll tho liabilities of and is authorized to collect all debts duo the said firm of J. F. Sulzkh & linn. Joseph F. Sulzkii, Bespeclfully, Cannelton, Ind., Jan. 1, 1801. Samuel T.. Sulzkh, j :!i BE It w THRIFTY You need only to buy your goods at ! a-- & 3 - I "Thrift is a good Revenue." Says the old proverb Tobc knowiras being thrifty is the best kind of a reputation among your neighbors. easily acquired. S. in ! L. SULZER'S Especially iJ pro- To be known the town around as a thrifty ma& ijjj this so at this January sale. Goods are going at prices fitable to vou. Hut, X. H. -- y If you want to lie thrifty G - R - 0 - C - E - R - I -.E - S German Economical Blueing You Must Be Spry. Lb- rS3-S5SHS-3S- - Cs I35T OTTIR, OVERCOATS Gents' and Mens' New Quarters I Boys', Breckenridge County Committee. Democratic We have removed from our old stand tc our handsome new Room in the Breckenridge News building, where we invite ail of our old customers and the trade generallj to call on us. Our .stock is full and comClothing plete and embraces everything kept in a s Grocery. Call and see us. first-clas- The following is a list of the Democratic Committee for Breckenridge county, as announced by John B. Castlcman, Chairman State Central Coilimittco : l'rcclncts. Committeemen. 1 D. II. Severs, Chairman 2 W. K. Harries, Secretary 3 James Hambleton 4 W. I. Ramsey 5 0 7 Address. Hardinsburg. In the city, and at prices that laugh at competition. The railroad has come! Business is increasing and prices are diminishing. If you We are prepared to we can supply your want". are after bargains, clothe and feed you, warm and sleep you. We also keep a full lino of Undertakers' Supplies. R. E. MOORMAN. " Clorerport. iliilNHfsEPJlf wm " Union Star. Webster. Clifton Mills. Bewlejvllle. MoDantels. Mooleyvllle. Big Spring. Cutter. Bnras. Uudsonvlllo. Reck Vale. Planters Hull Stepbensport J. 11. Frjinire J.V.St. Clair Dr. L. R. Atkinson Ij. R. Fuote B.J. McDanicI Frank Speak E. W. Jones John Cook John Alexander B.C. Garner E. L. Robertson W.R.Moorman James II. Lay 8 9 10 11 B. F. BEARD SECRET SOCIETIES. k CO. fppj A 9 A 12 13 HARDINSBURG, KY. the order, and to whom tho services were especially inJudge John teresting and impressive. Allen Murray was tho installing officer, and his remarks, which wero entirely impromptu, wero listened to with profound interest and enjoyed by all present. Hon. G. AV. Beard, of Hardinsburg and Hon. D. R. Murray, of this city, spoke in behalf of tho order and its great benefits. The officers installed were A. 11. Skillman, AV. M.; G. O. Harris, S. AV.; S. B. Adkisson, J. AV.; J. I). Gregory, Sec'y ; A. R. Fisher, Treas.; J. C. Porter, Tyler ; C. YV. Moorman, S. D., and I). Hambleton, J. I). Following which an elegant luncheon was served, consisting of oysters in any style, fruits, etc. For the benefit of tho ladies wo will say that tho "etc." does'nt mean wine, for tho latter was entirely absent from tho boards. wero not members of T zn 14 15 rial IS 17 train. Itead the splendid showing of the Ureckenridgo Bank in another column. Although these are shaky times in financial circles this solid institution has plenty of funds to meet all demands and money to sparo. City Marshal Jordan went to Louisville Monday, and returned yesterday in a handsome blue suit with brass buttons. Ho is now fully equipped for business, had better stoer and tho clear of him. Tho James Guthrio passed up lato yesterday evening. She had the crow of tho City of Owensboro on board, and reported that boat in a very had fix at French Island. Sho is hard aground and it will require several feet of water to get & 'Mm? her oil". hasmov-th- l to this city. Ho has rented a part of It, It. Picrco's residence and will keep a Col. Ad, English, of Webster, boarding house. Mr. English has tho reputation of being one of the best caterers in the county and will no doubt do a good business. I). Hon. G. W. Beard and II. Severs wero hero Friday, returning from a tour of inspection of tho best jails in tho State. They arc determined to best plans, which is havo tho latcbt-auhighly correct, If tho county invests in now buildings, let thoin bo of tho best, even if they do cost a littlo more they will bo cheaper in tho end. -- cially wanted and bidding has been lively. New tobacco was offered a littlo more liberally and found ready buyers at relatively high prices, $21.50 being reached by a good Shelby county hogshead. Sevemoney," One good reliable Agent wanted in each ral sales wero made at from $10 to $20. place. Write for particulars. Dark tobacco is offered very sparingly Emi'irk Watch Co., and there still seems littlo dem ind for 48 & 60 Maiden Lane, New York. this type. We will probably nrrango foi regular Broke His Leg. quotations of new tobacco in next week's Dr. S. B. Adkisson, while coming issue. Farmers Homo Journal. down tho stairway at the.Cloverport HoWe note tho following sales of Brecktel just after supper last night, mado a enridge and Meade county new tobacco misstep and fell and broko tho small during tho past week, 2 hhds Meado bono of his loft leg just abovo tho ankle. county leaf and lugs at $14.50 and $4.20 ; His ankle was also thrown out of place. 5 hhds Brcckcnridgo county leaf, lugs It is a very painful wound, and the Doc- and trash at $10 to $4.30; 11 hhds do. tor was suffering terribly. Doctors leaf at $13 to $0; 17 hhds do. lugs and Owen and Clayton wero called in to re trash at $5.75 to $1.00. set it. A Model Newspaper. Does Experience Count 1 TlIK BlIKCKENllIDdE NKWS is HOW 0110 It does, in every lino of business, and of the neatest and handsomest papers in especially in compounding and preparand typographKentucky. In mako-uing medicines. This is illustrated in tho ical appearance it is a model newspaper. great superiority of Hood's Sarsaparilla Hopkinsville Kcntuckian. over other preparations, as shown by the remarkable cures it has accomplished. Tho head of the firm of C. I. Hood A Co., is a thoroughly competent and experienced pharmacist, having devoted fRpVAlStMVlj his whole lifo to tho study and actual preparation of medicines. Ho is also a member of tho Massachusetts and American Pharmaceutical Associations, and continues nctively devoted to surporvis-in- g thcpreparationsof, and managing the business connected with, Hood's Sarsaparilla. 1 Fence the surporiority and peculiar merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla is built upon tho most substantial foundation. In its preparation there Is represented all tho knowledge- which modern research in medical scienco has developed, combinAbsolutely Pure. and ed with long experience, brain-worA cream of tartar baking powdor. experiment. It is only necessary to give this medicine a fair trail to realize Highest of all in leavening strength. U. & Government Report, Aug. 17, 1880. its great curative value. p One Dollar Weekly Buys a good Gold Watch by our Club System. Our 14 Karat patent stiffened gold cases aro warranted for 20 years. Waltham or Elgin movement, reliable and well known. Stem wind set, hunting or open faco, Lady's or Gent's size. Equal to any $75 Watch. Wo sell ono of theso Watches for S28 cash, and send to any address by registered mail, or by Express C. O. D., with privilege of examination. Our Agent nt Durham, N. C, writes: "Our jewelers have confessed they don't biow how you can furnish such work for the Custer Lonoi:, F. & A. 51. Xo. 024. Louisville Market. Officers J. S. Garner, Master ; Lee T. We have had a strong tobacco market Meyer, S. W.; Thos. Butler, J. AV.; J. M. this week. Offerings havo been larger Butler, Sec; Dudloy Gilpin, Treas.; F. B. than for some weeks previous to the Lyon, S. D.; Sandy Butler, J. 1).; W. O. holidays. Tho demand has been strong Butler, S. it T.; Markus Loekhardt, and active for all classes and grades of Marshal. Burloy, save perhaps bright trash. Good red fillers and cutters havo been espeBllKCKK.VlllIMIK Lonoo Xo. 01, K. of 1. Officers T. M. Watkins, C C; Harry Both, V. C; Gus. Brown, K. of S.; Chas. May, M. of A.; Wm. Hall, M. of E.; J. E. II. Kings-berrP. Ditzenbach, M. of I. G.; Jesso AV. Owen, O. G. nnd II. Hervoy, Prelate. I; MASONIC. Brcckcnridgo Lodge, Xo. 07, December 27th, 1890. Officers elected and installed : McElree'8 Wine of Cardui Thos. J. Jolly, W. M.; Abo Meador, S.W.; and THEDFORD'S arc Wat. Lcnnin, J. W.j Jolly Meador, Tr.j for salo by the following merchants in Jno. P. Haswell, Sec'y ; Tom Black, S. D ; Breckenridge County : O. W. Short, Clover-poA. Driskel, J. D.; Dick Davis, S. & T. ; Urashenr .t Lay, Stepbensport. , Lodgo meets first Saturday and third Notice Saw Mill Men. Monday night of each month. AVo want to buy for cash 500.000 feet of good Poplar lumber, cut ono inch Officers of tho Bewleyvillo Lodge, Xo. thick by six inches wide, 12, 14 and 10 228: Chas. Blanford, W. M.; Milt. Dow-el- l, feet long. HiniiLANn Park Pi.axi.no Mill Co., S. W.; Leo Jordan, J. W.; Biley Room 7, Tyler Building, M. Walker, Sec'y ; Dowel), Tr.; Dr. J. J.OUIBV1II0, Ky G. P. Paul, S. D.; Abo Dowel), J. D.; W. FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. P.lIelt.S.&T. Lodgo meets first and third Saturday I have a farm of 130 acre, all miles below rtrandenliurg, on the Ohio river, with two nights of each month. barns' on the farm. The Ye carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit the times. Below wc quote prices of Harness mado from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar $5.50, SG.50, $7.50, 9.00 and 812.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, S1.75, 2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and S 10.00. We carry a line of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Tics, The Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, Hamcs and Chains, Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay you to examine our stock. H. HAMJKEM9 The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices can be found at 3D- - xar.iivdziBiuE'Tonr. rt . Don't Read This! lTiiless you want a bargain in BOOTS, SHOES, R0YAI A. O. U. W. The Ancient Order of United Workmen organized a lodgu in this city Inst week with forty charter members. The following aro tlio officers elected : I). 11. Murray, P. W.; J. F. Hayes, G. AV. M.; J. L. Miller, Foreman; C. 13. Liglitfoot, Overseer ; AW L. Perkins, Guido; L. G. Gregory, Beconlcr; G. AV. Short, Receiver; Dr. F. M. Smith, Treasurer; Ridley Berry, Inside Guard; J. D. Gregory, Jr., Outsldo Guard ; J. B. Buzby, A. and Jno. 1). Babbago, Trustees. good houses and land Is all situated In river bottom and very productive. Persons desiring information In record tn terms, will please write to me ISAAC J. MELTON, Brandenburg, Ky. OVERCOATS, CLOAKS, . WINTER WEAR, adOr something of that kind, as we arc not making this a clap-tra- p vert iscic cut, as some do, as though they were giving you something for nothing and at the same time trying to smother you with high prices under their false representation. For wo arc not selling out to quit business, but wo arc positively going to give rare bargains to OrflTOFftlCAN rjwu A1 '"AGENCYorN .. La-Hei- st A pamphlet of Information INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS, POWDER k, The Masonic Lodgo of this city held a very pleasant and impressive Installation servico at their Lodgo rooms last Friday Handsomeinvitations night. Were printed and sent out to each member as well as to neighboring Lodges. There wero n few invited guests present who - and ab- street of the laws, showing How toA yUDiain rateou, ittaA uaru. wipTngnu, wnt irn. .Hint MUNN & CO. -- wwi, :Cash Buyers:- M. MEYER & CO., v30t Iirondwar. Hew Yarn.. In Winter-wea- r, purchase. until wo close it out to make room for our Spring Come at once to sec us, while our stock is complete. rhvtlclanj recommend It. All dealers keep it. 11.00 per bottle. Genuine) trade-mar- k ami crossed red llnei on wrapper. lias Ve Ilrotru'a Iron Hitter. 1'or ivhi'i:isia Buras, Ky. r .. Wlhi3l Breckenridge News, REMINISCENCES. nv AX xo. VI. As if to keep up the wondrous things "psibsing strange" to the writer, another incident may bo related, which occurred at the Talis of Sinking Creek. A rise in backed tb ' water over the falls ho that the creek co Id not be forded. On his route home fr in the upper part of the county, hav-i- r learned tho fact and been advifed bt orchaud what to do, he called to par-- t who lived on tho opposite side, and a l.uly, who had taken in tho situation, was seen to approach, unfasten herca-ihior "dug-out,- " and boarding the same, with oars in hand, she paddled quickly across, ordered tho saddle oil", placed it in the canoe, had the rider lead his horse to the creek, get in himself and hold the bridle while she "pullet! for the shore" on the other side, the horse swimming astern. This font miickly ami safely accomplished, was much to the relief of the one so generously accommodated, though the novelty of the thing and the perfect compos-tir- e of the fair propeller had nearly banished fear. An invitation to remain with the family over night was promptly accepted and their hospitable entertainment highly appreciated. c, V the Ohio river had The mother, a fair, sedate widow, and her three daughters just budding into womanhood, combining the fairness of the lilly and the color of the ripened peach, with faultless forms and a refinement of manner perfectly surprising, made an impression that years have not efim-cdIn the morning an elder brother, absent at night, was found equally hospitable and attentive. In due time those daughters were all married, and though the writer lobt trace of them, it goes without saying that they made excellent wives and mothers. . In those days, while such incidents were lare, there were a number of most cxiellent families constituting the rule, not the exception, throughout the coun-I- ', spinning-whee- l with and li mi, making at home clothing for the family, plaid and plain linse, jeans, t etc., in which all were clad. 1' many of these families were good-- I iking boys with lovcable sisters, the Is the emblems of purity and iniio-- i H nee, with beauty unadorned, found a ike among the humblei class, as well n those more culturedall dcmoiistiat-i' ,' the moral training and careful atten-- t m of devoted parents, mothers espe-tullflax-break- s a .i I t I .i .ii Sieiety formed upon such a basis and tained by such influences, must and continue to asseit itself, whatever turbing elements may now anil then c ; and thus the social qualities, high 'idard of morals and irreproachable racier of the people are established maintained in all the relations of These qualities iinpiesscd upon tablet of the heart, remain, and ill together in fair memoiies and holy oeiations all through youth, manhood 'I old age 11 BEWLEYVILLE. ing about his logs, Pate told him they had sunk to tho bottom of tlip creek. Exclaiming that he had tho worst luck Mr. Tom Snydcrr of Louisville, is at of any man living, that even dry poplar home. logs of his sunk to the bottom of tho Mr. Horace Snyder went to Louisville creek, ho returned home to brood over Saturday. his Mr. Hunter Hnrdaway is at home from ltosefleld. An old warehouse of considerable diMiss Lena Drury was at home during mensions, a shed and perhaps one or two the holidays. smaller buildings, stood then on tho Mr. II. E. Itashnm left Tuesday for river bank in front of the George La- McKinney, Tex. Heist property, between tho street and Messrs. Jess and Chas. Gross arc at the river, all of which have long since home from Texas. caved in. Miss Kula Stith is the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. F. 11. Stith, Irvington. At tho head of the wharf, on the nj- MissM. lllanchc Jolly returned Satur per side of the creek, stood a residence, now decayed and razed to the day from a visit to Hardinsburg. ground, built by Joo (ireen, who was Mr. Herbert Cain is visiting his sister, the father of Dr. Xorvin Green, famous Mrs. D. S. Campbell, Husscllvillc. for his connection with the Western Rev. Mr. Davenport filled his appointUnion Telegraph, and now President of ment at the M. E. church Sunday. that corporation, and who was born near Mrs. Chas. II. Drury and children are here and grew up in this house, and atvisiting in Brandenburg this week. tended old man Dobson's school here Mr. Will Bccler, representing Johnwith Jus. Golf, John Newton and others. ston Bros., Louisville, was in tow'n SatA most dangerous thing is to allow urday. catarrh to run on. Use at once Old Mist Laura Shnin, Brandenburg, spent Saul's Catarrh Cure and get well. Price the holidays with her sister, Mrs. Chas. only LV cents. Stith. The "baby's best friend" is Dr. Hull's Miss Claudia Stith returned from Haby Syrup, since it maintains the baby's IMiisville last week, after a stay of sevhealth by keeping it free from colic, eral months. diarrluea, etc. Mr. AV. L. Stith, of Pilot Point, Texas, was in town several days last week, The Con. Con. a Very Important shaking hands with his friends. Body. Mr. Chas. Pate, a former resident of The Constitutional Convention is a litthis place, returned here last week after tle slow in completing its business, but wandering several years in the West and its task is one of the gravest importance. While it may deserve criticism, it should Northwest. Mr. John K. Drury, who for the past not be treated with flippancy. It is not five years has been in Texas, gave his a body to be laughed at or jeered at. Whatever its shortcomings during its parents and friends a very pleasant survc by his arrival at sessions the result of its work will de- prise Christmas home. mand the most respectful consideration. While it is well enough to prod the Pleasant to the taste, surprisingly quick members a little on their excessive slow- in effect and economical in prices no ness, it is extremely to throw-ou- t wonder that Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is the impression, as many of the State the leading preparation of its kind. papers do, that the convention is a trif"Oh I woman, in thy hours of ease, ling, useless afl'air whose proceedings are uncertain, coy nml hard to plcaso." not worthy of serious comment. There With children hurt, long hours she's are doubtless some editors who haven't spent. Do try Salvation Oil, the liniment. sutlicient intelligence to appreciate the A Strong Illustration. subjects which the convention has up A Hard Shell preacher wished to for discussion. Such flippant scribblers as these are beyond taking advice. Hut bring forth n good illustration, as he to those papers which really have stand- thought , and hence he took a walnut, ing and influence, The Post would say: as he called it, into the pulpit with him, Criticise the convention as severely as and something to crack it with. On holding it up, in the course of his seryou please, but don't belittle of its wcrk or endeavor to bring its mon he said : "My friends, you see this walnut-w- ell, objects and purines into e this outer hull is like the MethodTost. ists -- soft and spongy, with no strength Cancerous Eczema. into it ; see, I even break it with my For many years 1 have been sorely af- fingers ;" and suiting the action to the flicted with Eeeina on my face. The words, he disclosed the inner nut, nnd eruption was in large splotches, and Can- said : "This is like the Missionary Bacerous nature. I had treatment from a ptistshard and dry, with no substance number of experienced physicians, with in it ; but the kurnal the kurunl, my little or no benefit, and only of a tempo friends, is like the good old primitive Baptist faith, full of fatness rary nature. After other treatments had hard-sh- ell failed I bought seven bottles of S. S. S. and sweetness." He then proceeded to crush the "walfrom Messrs. Tennilleiv Holland, of Tioy, Ala., and it cured me. 1 feel like a new nut," and give his hearers an ocular man, in painful troubles and apprehen- demonstration of his illustration, but, sion is all gone, and now at sixty years of behold, it was rotten. And, to the utter of his hearers, he cried age I am once more restored to health, astonishment out : and it is due entirely to S. S. S. My e "By jinks ! it's rotten." is Orion, Pike county, Ala. The South's Advantages. A A. 1 A A. A A V two-stor- y Hon. Edward Atkinson's review of the EVERY ONE WHO WILL TAKE THE TROUBLE TO ASK FOR IT. FflEE world's iron and steel trade, which was recently published in tho Manufacturers' Record, of Baltimore, lias attracted such wide attention, in Europe as well as in America, that it has been issued in n pamphlet of 50 pages by the ManufactSUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR. urers' Record. Mr. Atkinson discusses iron and stool making resources and the THE GREAT SOUTHERN WEEKLY, 151,000 WEEKLY, READ BY NEARLY requirements of the world, ond shows rapidly the consumption oi tneso how' metals is increasing, lie claims that it is not a question of where to find - Agrents make $25 to $100 per month working: for us. Send for Outfit. Easiest a market for all the iron that will be pnpor in America to get subscriptions for.- produced by tho many new furnaces under construction, but rather, how shall we build furnaces rapidly enough to meet the steadily increasing demand for iron. After reviewing the course of the world's m&SZS1"!?-BSE"E SPCIS." Tho fact that more than xnro.O-- w.i.i.iui.un ktbij. wee is me uesi prooi mat it nas no equal In America nsafamifv FnTTnr f.miiiM to.a tit u v t v iron trado for the last thirty or forty years, and showing that England has during the coming year reached tho utmost limit of its proBeelde the regular contribution! of the IIIM. ARP, most famous writer J the world lias pro. The F.inons rhllosoplisr-IIumorliaboreTHK CONSTITUTION haa gone to duction, and that tho cost of its iron 2!ic.S?.w.,."..mk9 "ch number of the CON. greater expenee than anjr other Americana JOT.V CHANDLER IIAKIMS, HTITUTION worth a rears mbacripllon. It newiaaper to eecure coutrlbutloni from the Is the cheapest In price, the biggest and best Or "Uncle litmus" tVIebrlty. making must constantly increase, Mr. moit noted special writer! of the world wcekir newspaper published In the known Rev. T. DeWITT TA I.MAO E, Atkinson proves that this country must workl. No household should bo without Us For tho Year IOOI. The Celebrated Divine. g cheer to the famllr tlrealde. It lias COI.. FKANK A. UUIlIt, supply tho increase which the world's to pleaso and Interest every member PliCXKETTI.ettcm, "by Snrlrc,, The Famooi Correapondent will lupplf of the family, The "Georgia Cracker' reguiarlr Lettera from requirements will demand. He believes ror the Kather and Sons. It line Acrlru. T&ANK I KTANTOJf, Center on matter! of Tlio Europrnn special Interest to turnl. IiHltiMrlnlnndl'olllirnljVevra, The Poet. that .the South possesses the supreme American readers, and particular! Morlr nr the lVnr anil Aitti'iitnro. to the Farmers of thlacountrjr ; a study of Agrl-J- ? WAM.ACE ItEED, J or the Mother and Daughter! it oHen advantago of proximity of unlimited "Woman1! Kingdom," "Children's Depart-penWhoee Charming Phort I. 'n'l'irlal Europe Mng the Htorlet hare a Nat. motive for hie Trip to the Old World. and other specialties for feminine tonal Imputation. and limestone, which supplies of ore, coal fancy, HENRY M. fTANLEV, Dr. W. I JONES, The South', moat Prominent Agricultural must insure this section Incoming the d.Il"lon ? " special departments It i?$eiCe.lobSaJed African Explorer lends American newspapers. Editor. heard from during the year In a complete the news of the world. In Itgiving iron nnd steel making center, not only of ,henl0,t ln,e"ln article! ever E. W. nAURETT, nothing to aeo this great paper andcosts you published Our Special Washington Correspondent. will do yourself an Injustice If you do net America, but of the world. Mr. AtkinTHOfl. A. KniNnv. Mm. Win. KING, A'ZWtSl'! f.?:-- . "? vm ro'i read It if son's article is probably the most brill The Kdltreti of Woman'! Kingdom and our iainny paper '" , The Great Electrician a the wuld you have - subscribe other iant paper on any economical subject uiuureiuauraeiiiiarei ever of the I forlt. uwp vuiiurvu - - a -a .u. .pcuomuiy jor jrarmen printed, send 1.03 and both Form and CONSTITUTION will biient yoii i for a year. that has appeared for several years, and Address THE CONSTITUTION, ATLANTA, GA, it is of profound interest to every bud . 1 1 , T ,, i f . ness man in tho country. It is of special frrfryy-- t value to everyone interested in the South, and in the development of tho mineral resources of this section. Tho -Manufacturers' Record has rendered tho Loufsvillei St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co. :in the republicaSouth a signal sen-iction of this article, which, since it first appeared in that paper a few months TnUlntr Effect ago, has proved of vast benefit to "this The price of the pamphlet is At 5;00 o'ekk A. H., SttndaT,Ko7-3Q- . section. 1890 25 cents. Wat Bound Tratnt Eatt Bound Train t 51 52 Do Not Suffer Any Longer. 53 54 Mull & Mail A Expr'a Uxpr'e STATIONS Kxpr's Expr'a Knowing that a cough can bo checked D.illy Dally Dally Dally in a day, and the first stages of consump0a5nm 805 im iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 1 Ifinm 9 05pm tion broken in a week, wo hereby guaran0 40 820 850 iveniucKy Ml. 12 ou l)0 71M tee Dr. Acker's English Cough Remedy, West Point 1210 810 7! 12 07pm 8ft 903 Howard and will refund the money to nil who 7 920 Rock Hacn HMun 7 45 7 35 Long llranch 1143 927 buy, take it as per directions, and do 75J 9 37 801 720 Ilramlenhurtr 1134 not find our statement correct. For 807 9 40 722 Meade Springs 1130 9 4G 8 14 7 Hi Hkron 1124 Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., 954 Gustmi 82! 707 HID 10 IK 8 3(1 1107 068 Irvington and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. ftte'a'iaAftrtiaAtfsjv m THE WEEKLY CONSTITUTION A MILLION READERS. J0 JiOUSEJiOIiD t. SfiOUJJtD BE WITHOUT IT. .... tome-thin- t" ....;... do-n- ot v 1 e TIME SCHEDULE 1 1801 FRANK S.COOK. : r, LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES, DOOHS, 839 1012 10 8 47 ridicule.--Louisvill- post-offic- nother strange device was encoun-t- i d ed here. The writer had been accus-t'liiein boyhood to taking "turns" of K.rii to mill on horseback; had baked ai I eaten many an "ashcake' while waiting for his turn ; was familiar with s the little on small streams, wheieu head of water was piocured by tub-mill- losing the mill-racand then grinding till it all escaped, repeating the piocess s again and again; these noted foi coarse meal and he.ivx tolls, grinding so slow that the miller would forget whether he had tolled or not, and to be on the Kile side, would lepeat the operation. Me had been sent frequently a guatei distance to the laiger mills on largei streams, where the mill pond luiild usually be kept pretty well tilled, and where large wheels were used on a hflereiit plan, called overshot wheels; but the dry land mills were something new to him, run by horse power. Here, however, most of the corn was ground that way, there being no others of e except Clifton and Kails of i e tub-millionse-quenc- Hough. fanner would take his com and his team and go to some of the many such nulls over the county (theie was one at I isher's, one at Tobinsport, ami others in dillerent neighborhoods), and grind his own com, leaving a certain amount of toll to pay the owner of the mill. v ine furnished teams and i. I a regular business grinding for the A mill-owne- p blic. nil at Wcatherholfs Tobinspoit, and the writer wit- was Of this class ie Kseil luitioii with that. I luring a very se- re winter the Ohio river was froen i. et most of the winter, the ice being unusually thick. Uatnet Fisher took a of coin on his horse ami rode on it a ross the river, had it ground at Weath- holt's mill, and returned the same wav with his sack of meal. an unusual performance in eon- - turn l, All old rather jxior all'air, was in operation on the lower side of the ci ok, near where the colored school-1- . saw-mil- V a )Uo now stands, run by Ed Pate, who the peace for m vcral years, and when he died a few irs since was quite an old citien. Of n it was said he was careless about s w logs, and frequently logs belonging t him and others were taken oil" by . ,'h water. .Joe Cooper had bought ti o lot on which Oel.e's mill now Blinds, erected n small warehouse ami st ills for the accommodation 0f team-s- i rs, and took a small raft of very nice y How poplar logs to Tate to saw on the si ares. The river had bee.n encroaching upon Cooper's lot ; the hank was falling in, which worried him a good deal, and to add to his discomfiture, upon inquir v is afterward a justice of 1 That Terrible Cough Treatise on Wood and Skin Diseases In the morning, hurried or difficult mailed free. breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in Tim; Swift Sfeciik Co., Atlanta, Ga. the chest, quickned pulse, dullness in the evening or sweats at night, idlorany Emma Abbott's Fortune. of these things are the first stages of conThe late Emma Abbott's fortune is sumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough one of the largest among stage people. Remedy w ill cure these fearful symptoms She practiced a famous rule among peo- and is sold under a positive guarantee ple who wish'to accumulate wealth. At by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and all times and in all circumstances she Witt iv Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. kept down her list of personal expenses The Emperor's Toast. ' to the lo;, est level, and then her prop erty accumulated rapidly. Many stars The Emperor of Germany drank the spend fortunes every year attempting to neatest toast upon record at the marriage conquer New York. Miss Abbott made of his sister Yictoria. It was this: "I two attempts to achieve success there, stand here in the place of my father, and failing both times, she ciossed New now resting in God, who did not grant York ofl" her list and gave up her time that he should live to see this day. May exclusively to the Western cities and the blessing of our departe'd father and towns where it paid her to play. She our beloved mother, and of your parents-(turninstudied the peculiarities of the people to the bridegroom) rest upon who patronized her, and was particular- you. 1 stand here also as the head of ly careful never to get artists whom she the royal house. You may always rely considered above the grade of her pa- upon my protection and my paternal trons. In such matters as these she friendship. 1 drink the health of the would never accept anyone's judgment bridal pair." N. Y. World. but her own, and in time her advisers The First Symptoms of Death. acknowledged her perspicacity, and her Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in judgment was accepted by them fully. various parts of the body, sinking at the Post. pit of the stomach, loss of appetite, You've tried Dr. Pierce's Favorite feveiishness, pimples oi sores, are all Prescripton have you and you're dis- positive evidence of poisoned blood. appointed. The results are not immediNo matter how it became poisoned it ate. must be purified to avoid death. Dr. And did you expect the disease of Acker's English Blood Elixir has never years to disappear in a week? Put a failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic pinch of time in ecry dose. You would poison. Sold under a positive guarantco not call the milk poor because the cream by (i. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and doesn't rise in an hour? If there's no Wittifc Meador. Hardinsburg, Ky. water in it the cream is sure to rise. If Small Blaze at Owensboro. there's a possible cure, Dr. Pierce's FavoOw ENsiHiijn, Ky., Jan. 8 Johnson's rite Prescription is sure to effect it if livery stable on Upper Main street given a fair trial. You get the one dollar it costs back again if it don't benefit burned last night. Four horses and a or cine you. Wo wish we could give large ntiinlier of wagons and carriages you the maker's confidence. They show-i-t were burned. The loss is estimated at by giving the money back again', in all $3,500, with $700 insurance. A dozen or nierchants lost their demore cases not benefited, and it'll surprise livery wagons, and several fanners also you to know how few dollars arc needed had loads of tobacco in the barn, which to keep up the refund. were all burned. Mild, gentle, soothing and healing is Electric Bitters. Dr. Sage's Catarrh lteuiedy. Cures the This remedy is becoming; well known worst eases permanently. No experimenting. Its "Old Reliable." Twenty-fiv- e and so popular as to need no special All who have used Electric mention. years of success. Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine docs not exist and it is Oloverport's Mineral Resources. guaranteed to do nil that is claimed. When Nick Mercer saw the specimen vitrified brick made of the clay from the Electiic Bitters will euro all diseases of Skillman land, and cut glass with it, and the Liver and Kidneys, will remove tried his knife on it, and felt its weight, Pimples, Boils, Salt Ithetim and othor he threw his eyes in his characteristic affections caused by impure bloodr Will way up to heaven, shut them for awhile drive Malaria from tho system and preand then sadly remarked, "All you fel- vent as well as cure all Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipation lows down there at Cloverport have to and Indigestion try Electric Bitters. do is to say, 'Doodlebug, doodlebug, Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money c me out of your hole,' and you find refunded. Price CO cts. and $1.00 per whatever you want." Iiight yon are bottle at G. W. Short's, Clovenwrt, Kv., ' there, Judge. and J. A. Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. -iip-tow- n lllltVM TllVVKVIT. The IxiirsTMAt. Revolution of the 18th Cestiky in Exolaxi). By Arnold Toynbcc. In two parts, 30 cents each. The Humboldt Publishing Company, 28 Lnfayetto Place, New York. The point of view of tho author of this important work is that of ono who, while he admits the benefits conferred upon mankind by the old school of political economists Adam Smith, Ricardo, Malthus and tho rest believes that their work is done, and that the world has got beyond them, and stands in need of something more. The work is a history of "the bitter argument between economists and human beings," to use the striking phrase of his chapter on "Ricardo and the old political economy." When the economic relations of men are studied by an observer who, to abundant learning, adds the quality of human sympathy, the result is no "dismal science." Besides the treatise named above, the present work contains three popular addresses on "Wages and Natural laivv," "Industry and Democracy," and "Are Radicals Socialists?" as also papers on "Tho.Education of and "The Ideal Relations of Church nnd State." There is a memoir of the author, by B. Jowett, Master of Balliol College, Oxford, England, in which collego Toynbee was a lecturer on political economy. Old Chronic Coughs arc relieved nioro speedily by "C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure," than any other remedy. Sold by J. W. Owen. Dr. Mcndonhall experimented for fifteen years before ho was convinced that he had perfected in "O. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," tho best remedy on earth for Cough and Colds, Sold by J. W. Owen An exchange remarks : "If you are a kicker and see the shadows of a failure in everything that is proposed to help tho town, for heaven's sake go in some secluded canyon and kick your own shadow on tho clay bank, nnd thus give the men who are working to build up the town a chance. Ono long-facehollow-eyewhining, carping kicker can do moro to keep away business and capital from a town than all the drouths, short crops, chinch bugs, cyclones nnd blizzards combined." d, 9 02 81 20 10 27 103) 10 10 Webster Lodiliurg Pierce St.... pie 1058 1051 10211 0 49 910 919 9 3.1 9 40 91U 44 49 1052 1100 11 14 Stephensport Addison Holt 10 42 10 3d 1021 641 030 624 615 0 09 CIocrport Skillman Pctrle Falcon Shops 1018 10 03 y&.ri 600 651 5 43 952 111 HL'li 01 1137 1144 1151 1008 1014 1017 10 23 10 41 Haucsillu Ca cc Lew sport 9 44 9 32 1150im 12 Vi. 923 917 913 9 00 8 47 8 32 631 5 21 612 505 5 01 SASH &c BLIUTIDS Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET. 15th. & 16th STS., Olpm 1269 11 1M 107 1137 117 137 1155 1205pm 146 1220am 2 00pm ar.IIendcrs1!! 10W 1108 1118 12 3.) 12 45 zt Powers l'.ltes Owensboro Muttingly M.inlcj Wiirthingtnn Spoltaifile ll.isketta 465 438 4 25 4 17 4 0. 822 8 03 7 69 7 47 Iv 728 719 323 7 0,'nm 310pm R. R, 36(1 3 40 3 31 LouisviMe.Hardinsburg & Western No. 5 TIME TABLE. Taking KSect at 5.00 o'clock a. in. Sunday September 28, 1890. Weat Bound Trains ex Sun. ex Sun. No. 6 No. 1 030am 11 15.im I. 1142 715 1158im 7 37 7 45 7 65 8 28 12 05pm 12 13 12 23 12 30 12 47 LOUISVILLE, KY. flMcntion this paper. Dully Daily STATIONS, 910 9 47 852 Harnvd Junction Hardinsburg Junction Kirk Olcmleane Huth K.ist Hound Trains DalTy Dally ex Sun. ex Sun No. 2 No. Q Irvineton Ar 9 45im 6 45p 4 50 Garfield 912 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 62 44 4 4 26 00 48 23 00 20 410 3 3 3 2 12 37 2S 15 St A ' e m 1015 1029 1041 1101 1120pm 10J 120 129 Jollj llockaIe 03 44 Aaklns Oaks 118 200pm ArKordsvllic L 13 29 20 712 146 129 48 6 57 1224 fl 45 im 1200m THELOUISVILLE&ST. LOUISAm LINE. (L. E. A ST. L. R. II.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO St. Louis. Evansville AND ALL POINTS EVaisville,Ind. West and South-Wes- t. lime-Carin Effect Sec, 16, 1888, d Lv. LouUvillc 8:45 a.m... 9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m ArrSt. Louli 7:45 ' ...7:25 9:50 p.m Eransvlllo 2:25 " For further Information, call on or address. JOS S 0DI0RNE, Gen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. kJKv, HERE ARE MANY USES FOR h. jsftSMdSLKtefeh. ')$ f"Jlitf PSkIB IbStSsT rtnnjcllnt furtuttralSftvf work -- t m, lr Anna toenmnll fnf. Auiilti, To clean tombstones. To polish lcnlvos. To clean dishss. WB Ur rur. Oilif t in il1iiff wtll. V hy MsHif nvlii ran T.I II nv in vim iiiDiii u, j on rmn .1. .!.. ..,.!, mA httnbc ailittin, rtnn-r- a To renew JfafK3 iw'l J To renovate paint-T- o m',iy mini tvoiHicrnii. ranirujrirru Dr. Acker's English Fills Ilux HH01NirUui.il, Mulii'i II.IlMl!tfMCr Are active, effective- and pure. For sick Children like to take "C. C. C. Certain headache, disordered stomach, ioss of appetite, bad complexion and bilious- Chill Cure," tlio plensant and guaranteed ness, they have never been equaled, euro for Fever, Ague and Malaria better Owen. Sold by Jv either in America or abroad. For Salo than Quinine. by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & Meador, Hardmsburg, Ky. mtlty tkrnttiK from f 4 to VK'ailtfjT Allrrs, Mr.liqiT JfUllvn Kurk III i MM llmt ml Hart you, trail iliilhi, lilff inont-j- fur wormonp; ttitm. ker. re llt To gcrub floors. To whiten marble. To remove rust. wash out sinks. To brighten metals. To scour bath-tub- s. To scour kettles. EVERYBODY USES IT. nonisraalds to scrub marble floors. Chemists to remote some stains. Car ren to sharpen their knlres. Shrewd ones to sconr old straw bats) Soldiers to brighten tbelr arms. iaoTators to clean carpets. '., Xogtaeerf to dean parti of machines. Deotlits to clean felu tetth, Bargtons to pollih their Instrument!. 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