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Keep shooting wny through the column oT ths NKWS. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1891. ' ning ont T to fr ' snoth.r bricK OloTerpett md II pi jfe V. , i" othin U . V '4 s , VOL KYI. !7W' - NO. 16. KINGS OF THIS ANCIENTS. STYLES WORN BY THE EGYPTIANS, ROMANS AND HEBREWS. Tt,M I'luii- -t ..'ti'-IV- V" vv y tllnss -- , V V V . Are UcgiirtWiil DIITureiitly Now Tlniti l'orunirly Worn Not Sit Much Tor Ornume'Lt as fur Their Intrinsic Vitlne. 801110 111111011 Illiijs In History. Looking tit tho exhibition of modern finger rings, tho old tinier is forcibly stiuck by tlio fact that, whereas in tho good old days tho decorative art and design were almost wholly expended gold band itself, modern jewelers coullned thenisctven ttl no.,t exclusively to combinations of valuable stones. It Afl it is our ppcciul desire to is 11 very ungrateful task to JBpoil u roct)Ul truth compels tho admance, 1enso tho farmers, we now offer to mission but I liia is a practical age, that which Jooks largely to tho matter of conveiti-bilit- y grind in lings, watches and 'valuable presents. Actors and actre33cs on their travels aro seldom si en without ti diamond pin, brooch, necklace or solitairo ring, these articles represent a condensation of money in small bulk and on every form. Tlio finest workmanship on tlio jjold itself goes for nothing. It is simply "old gold" sold by weight. It was very different in "tho dajsof old," though theio wcro plenty of preIn each week in lots not less than cious etoiiVa available if thoy had been needed. The Pharaohs and their statesWo will take one-sixt- h men, tho prin cesses of Egypt and their fasix bushels. attendants, undoubtedly woro for toll and give all the vored for quite rings, a number of mummies Flour the wheat makes after the httvo beep fonnd with u dozen finger rings liberally distributed on tho eight toll is taken out. On any other fingers, besides the iudisiwnsablo thumb rings. Fori tis ti singular fact that for day we will have to exchange Hour hundreds of years after tho Christian era the custom still prevailed of wearing for wheat. tho wedding ring and tho masculine token of wealth and power on tho thumb. this plan will TO GRIND cust6m wheat or-th- Custom Wheat undo-preciab- lo 1 FridaySaturday ing visible tliimigli Hit- - whole night. Jupiter in opposition, tho sun, as the word Implits. Ih at his greatest distance from the sun and nearest to the iMi th which accounts for his superb appearance This majestic planet Is equal in volutins to l.ilOO worlds like ours, and casts a shadow that exteinlH.'iO.OOO.OOOuf miles in spat e He is called a planet, but is more like n sun, and probably gives out some light and heat The rapid changes visible on his surface through the indicate the action of mighty forces, and a possible condition approaching incandescence Countless iiges must puss before the planet's lii i"M urow low. and are succeeded by (MTliuls of ih'Vflopriieiit. erfeo-tib- n and decay the three that rule the material universe Observers tlictvfoie may watch the progiess nl win Id iimking on this stately member of the mm'a family, as the taleM'iiM reviid the varying belts, the rifts the bright pot. anilesjieclally the famous nil spot, showing that fierce forces are raiim within and beneath the cloud utmosplii-rthat envelop the planet Those who are familiar with tbe planet's story will tako a deeper interest in watching the course of the bright star that reigns Ktipteme. and that may bo recognized ai a glance as. looming nbove the southeastern horizon like a young moon. ' he limki-- s his way toward tho zenith. Youth's Companion telo-eco'piix-esse- A radiant xtai Will adorn the sky for several iiioutlf In i mil It Is Jupiter, the largest mi. I minnd t iilmift of tho solar x Mem Hi- - in iiiiw m iipMisiiinii with tlieHttn. rising at miiixt't icacliiiu the meridian lit midnight anil netting at Htuuise. bo- -- : -- : Durham Oigar ' FOR A GOOD SMOKE ASK FOR THE GREAT ONLY:- - llliB IT EQUALS ANY . 10 CENT CIGAR 5 cigar --; lMBi MWB I "V t fr-a- IN THE MARKET. L''s'",7-5-c- - - fiySL JwS' mm wM i LuRts Sttt hB?j .. s4IMl Ji ft $ -- O.TJATJTV 5Jf TELLS- & .V - . iwwwiW. s tgyig-.Syp- ' Believing that DJVPTiAN -- t Tho ring is so frequently alluded to in suit the people, wo hope to receive tho Old Testament as to mako it plain that tho greatest importance attached to the patronage of all. mxas. IIHN - MILLING CO., KY. IRVINGTON, .'. V I " &A ' " ' sf ' , 'n., -a- - His Rooms Crowded. Everybody Satisfied, and Many Praiso Him. jflHH ' ''''vfnssssHsl SHR pBl tBSv DR. D. REA, Celebrated Specialist! And in charge of tho Electrical and Surgical Department of tho Medical Institute, Louisville, Ky., will bo at tho CLOVERPORT HOTEL, Cloverport, Ky., Wcrha And Koliirn Every During tlio Vcur. Dr. Hea has been connected with the largest hospitils In the country, anil has no superior in ill gnoslng and treating discuses and deformities. He will give I50 for any case that he cannot tell the disease and where located In five minutes. Treats all Curablo Medical and Surgical Diseases, Acuto and CHKONIC CATARRH, Diseases of tho Kyo, Ear, Noso, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, Dright's Diseaso, Diabotes, Kidnoys. Liver, Bladder, Chronic, Feinalo and Sexual Diseases. mum A or fits until! Middle-Age- d Positive Guarantee. Young and Men Guaranteo Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for IMiijInc Wur. it has been fully demonstrated to tlio It seems there was ono incident of tho pcoplo of this country that it is superior recent attack on Fisher's Island not down to all other preparations for blood dis- on the bill. It had been arranged that eases, It is a positive euro for syphilitic tho Invading forco should In duo season & poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pim- capture the Island, and directions had no ono had ples. It purifies tho wholo system and been givon accordingly, but Syphilis, and complications, ai sore throat, fallthought to mention the fact to tho groat ing of hair, pain in the bonis, eruptions, etc., arc thoroughly builds up tlio constitution. perfectly eradicated without using mercury o For Saio by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., bnll that lords it over the pasture where tho strugglo occurred. When ho saw other Injurious drugs. that thero was danger of losing tlio island Gnnorrohci, Gleet, Stricture and all Urinary and Witt & Mcador, Hardinsburg, Ky. ho lowered Ids horns and raised his tail and Kidney troubles are speedily cured by treatRenew your subscripiton now. If and charged upon the combatants, routment that has never failed, lie nndcrtik.es no incurable cases, but cures you can't send a dollar for n year send ing the hospital corps and threatening thousands given up to die, 50 cts. for six months or 25 cents for to clean out tho whole army. Hartford Hemember the date und come early, as his hrce months. Courunt rooms lite crowded wherever he stops. DoWitt's Sarbaparilla destroys such Consultation free. Correspondence solicited "C, 0. C. Certain Chill Cure' tho most and confidential. ADDUHSS, pleasant to tako of till fovor and aguo poisons as scrofula, skin disease, eczema Its timely uso saves many Wnrnmteed to euro chills rheumatism. remedies. Hkdicau & SimmcAij Institute, lives. Sold by G, W. Short, No. 309 Fourth St., J.ouisvlllo, Ky. and fdver. Pold by Short & Ilnynes. Suffering from Spermatorrhea and linpotency as the result of self abuse In youth or excess In ma-tur- cr ye irs and other causes, producing some of the following effects: as emissions, blotches, dc-l.l, nervousness, dizziness, confusion of Ideas, aversion to society, defective memory and sexual exhaustion, which unfit the vlcflin for business or marriage, are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious. Peoplo with impure blood may bo said Tho Egyptians and Romans undoubt- to exist, not live. Life is robbed of half edly preferred tlio left hand forringpur-poses- , its joys w hen tho blood is loaded with while Ctcsar, Livy and Tacitus ull impurities and diseaso. "Correct this seem to insist that tho Gauls and Britons condition with DoWitt's Sursaparilhi, it woro their rings on tho right hand. In is reliable Sold by G. W. Short. any case, it seems to have been tacitly agreed that tho thiid finger, was tho place It uylng Her Own Truck. of honor. "1 believe in tho thrift of tho rural Tho Hebrovv rings worn in those good citizen," admits a woman who has been old days wero very omato and beautiful. a suburban resident with a taste for Quite a number of them liavo been raising vegetables. "As my lima bean and they put tho art of the modplants, though well grown, showed a ern jeweler entiiely to tho blush. Tho roluctance to yield any harvest, 1 have most beautiful wero the pledges of been buying or wedding gifta. Tho ceremo- aro all fond,this vegetable, of which wo of a man who lives near nies in connection with these rings seem and who came to offer me somo one day. to bo foreshadowed in tho redemption merest chanco, a day or two ago, By process specified in Ruth iv, 7. Tho I tho discovered that his sourco of supply workmanship of these Hebrew bcthiothal I liavo been payrings grew still more elaborate in tho waa our garden that ing during a fortnight for my own Middle Ages, when towers and minirota of gold woro most exquisitely built up beans "New York Times. ou tlio hoop. Tlio Jewibh brido of this Don't storm tho system as you would a era woro tho wedding ring on tho first fort. If held by tho enemy, constipation, finger, but in later days shifted it for gently persuade it to surrender with convenience to tho third. DoWitt's Little Early Risers. These litTlio ol? stylo "gemmel" or "gemmon" ring (evidently associated with tho French tle pills aro wonderful convincera. Sold junieau jnmello, uncommon, meaning by G. W. Short. Twin") is not at all an object in collections of antique rings. VfulUed eighteen Miles In ins 6iee.. Tho meaning of tho indivisible links is The champion sleepwalker story cornea self evident. Usually at tlio marriage of Here It is: from Fort Dodgo, la. tho parties tho links woro sovered, each "Henry Lynn, u Livermore farmer, party wearing one of tho rings. Georgo nroso in somnambulistic trance at an a t, IV gavo a gemmel ring to Mrc yesterday and walked Tho toadstouo ring was another early hour beforo ho awoke. It was eighteen miles quaint medheval conception. It was an nearly noon when the sleeper came to outcome of wtper8tition and died when and found that he was plodsuperstition died. Tho idea of tho toad-ston- e his senses Algonn. ring was to pievent mothers and ding along the highway near during Several neighbors met the man small children from tho evil influences of long 1 1 amp and exchanged greetings tlw fairies. Tho smallest wedding ring his with him r.evertlieless ho was not ever fashioned was that used at tho mar- aroused," riage of Mnry, tho infant daughter of Henry VIII of England, to tho Dauphin DoWitt's Investigate their merits. of Frutice, son of Fi nncis I. Tho inurriago was pot formed by Qurdinals Wolsey and Littlo Early Risers don't gripe, chubo Campeggio, tlio bridegroom being 8 nausea or pain, which accounts for their months old itmL the brido 1 year and 10 popularity. G. W. Short says they months old. Boston Globo. would not run a drug store without these ttlo pills. We Can And So ANTIQUITY OK KINOS.- pro-serve-d, Fitz-herber- favor. In Esth. iii, 10, mention is mado of King Ahiumertts taking his ling from his hand and giving it to Human, and tho context shows that certain written documents were "bealed with tho king'sring." Tho old timo tings were mado of all sorts of material. Pliny mentions that iron rings were commonly worn by betrothed persons. It seems tolerably certain that rings of gold and silver wero worn only by kings, princes and nobles, while Ies3 expensivo ciiclets of brass, ivory, iron und poicelain or glass wero worn by tho uvcnigq citizen. Tlio oldest gold Egyptian finger ring actually pieseived belonged to Amu-nop- h III, who reigned ocr Egypt fourteen centuries beforo Christ was born. Rings of tlio date of Osirtascu and Tlioth-me- s III, who wero coutcmirararies of Joseph and Moses, liavo been found, but thoy are of common material and doubtful authenticity. Tho scarabaous, a beetle which formed tho Egyptian token of immortality (f 1 0111 boing u sexual) is a common emblem in Egyptian finger rings, and one of .Poe's most extravagant "tales of mystery imagination and humor" lias a well established foundation, so far as tho 6carabaeus ring is concerned. It seems to bo tolerably certain thut Egyptian women woio as many rings as thoy could crowd on their fingers. it, even in tho pitbtoral ago. In Gen. xii, 41, it is stated that ''Pharaoh took off Ids ring from his hand and put it on Joseph's hand," as u signal mark of A Child Killed. Anotlior child killed by tho use of opiates given in tho form of Soothing syrup. Why mothers givo their children such deadly poison is surprising when they can reliovc tho hild of its peculiar troubles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. It contains no opium or morphine. Sold by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., nud Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. rue (iroinid. Possibly the most novel feature of two balloon voyages near Denver, and tho one mostly commented upon, was the experience of the Eagle Eyrie und its occupants in the snowstorm. Not a flake of the "beautiful" dropped in Denver or on tlio crowds of people who gazed on the air ship directly nbove them. The sun shono brightly and oppressively hot, and yet In five minutes after tho great gus bag had left the earth It was in a raging snowstorm, almost directly over tho point where the balloon wits cut from its moorings. It was blowing a perfect fury, tho great flakes swirling and flying in blinding profusion Into the faces of tho voyagers, filling tho basket and covering the top with a sheet fully thrco inches thick. No such occurenco has ever been recorded in the history of ballooning, and the chances are not favorable to its ever occurring again Hut the spaco of 100 feet and the occup tuts of the car vanished from the glowing sunshine into the freezing miow. Denver Republican bimiw ikmicii 1 i HETTERMANN L. E. SHANNON, Gen. Traveling- Agt. - w bt ' 3 'W$i' 801 & 803 W. MAIN STREET, LOUISVILLE, KY. - linn inn not COOK STOVES. No. 7, Four Cap Step Stove with 22 pieces of ware Four Cap Box Stove with 22 Pieces of ware hEHSLEY. JOLLY - $8.G0 No. 7, j ATTENTION! STOP a.n.0 READ. Having associated Mr. John DeJernette with us in our business, wo tender our thanks to our friends for tho kindness shown us, and earnestly solicit your patronage in tho future. Tt - S7.fi0 & DeJERHETTE, will bo our full purpose to please all with GOODS and TRICES. Come to See Us When You Come to Town HEATING STOVES. Drum or Sheet Iron Barrel Franklin Atlanta Nice Parlor - ! Cement, Lime, FURNITURE Sixteenth Century Bedroom Suit . Three pieces for Sixteenth Century Bedstead for Solid Oak Bureau A good - Brick, Salt, Hensley, Jolly & Flue Tiling. DeJernette. - S 2.00 2.25 13.50 3.50 NPIt.JU IA Kfl SPECIAL. FOLDING BEDS, PLUSH COUCHES, PARLOR CIIAIRS,Plush Trim. BROKERS, ROCKERS. HENSLEY, JOLLY & DoJERNETTE. $2. 25 up. v2.5U HENSLEY, JOLLY & DeJERNET TE. Buggies, Wagons, Doors p Plows, Lumber. sett of Chairs for Hensley, Jolly & - - $9.00 S2.00 Sash, DeJernette. FARMERS SUPPLY HOUSE "ttYien." 'Most people who read a paper would liko to have it come to their hands without nny typographical or editorial This is quite possible when all tho following conditions como together: When tho contributor has written correctly. When he has written the correct thing distinctly. When the compositor lias only the correct letters in tho different cases. When he does not tako letters from a a wrong case. When he sets them correctly When the "reader" corrects every error. When the compositor corrects the "rough proof" properly. When tho "reader" reads tho corrected proof attentively. When the compositor corrects the second proof properly. When the revised proof is carefully er-tor-s. HAKDINSBTJRG, KENTUCKY. Wo aro now closing out our line of A7x X)H,r.y Ifi Vnlntfnc Tho provincial cities of Franco are just now being entertained by a remarkable artist, oue who displays wonderful skill in her own peculiar stylo of painting. With plates of various colored sand before her, sho takes the sand in lior right hand and causes it to fall in beautiful designs upon a table. A bunch of grapes is deftly pictured with violet sand, a leaf with green sand and relief and shadows witli sand of tlio colors to suit When this has been admired by thoso artistically inclined, it is brushed away and is soon replaced "by n bouquet of roses or some other object, all dono with great dexterity and delicacy. Even tho finest lines aro drawn with streams of sand, nil as distinct as though drawn with an artist's brush. St. Louis Republic. .UMMEIst below cost. All things go cheap for cash, and especially our s. , SUMMER LAWNS AND GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC. Wo must closo thorn out by fall to give room for our - NEXW STOCK OF GOODS. Wo have on hand also, a splendid lino of Blood Skin Diseases Illc Ylolil. O. n. Bullock, of Northfield, Minn., has obtained 1,130 bushels of potatoes "read." from ono aero of land. This is said to When tho "render" lias sufficient timo bo by fnr the largest yield over known, to do this. 300 bushels being usually considered a And when a dozen other circumstances big crop. That tho 1,120 bushels woro work together for good. Exchungo. all raised on ono aero of ground is sworn to by a number of truotworty pcoplo of DoWitt's Sarsaparilla cleanses tho tho vicinity. Mr. Bullock will not $330 blood, increases tho appetito and tones for his product, nearly nil clear gain. Last year ho would liavo mado $000 off up the system. It bos benefitted many tho samo yield, as tho price of potatoes pcoplo who liavo sutlcrcd from blood was high then. Tlio farmera in tho disorders. It will help you. Sold by G. vicinity aro considering theso figures W. Short. and thinking of potatoes a good doal. New York Sun. A cow near Thompson. Ua mat got her tail caught somehow in a treo, mado Wo cannot afford to decoivo you. Confitroublo worse by going around the trunk dence is begotton by honesty. DoWitt's nntll she wound up like n clock. Sho Littlo Early Itinera are pills that ill then became frightened, and giving a euro constipation nud sick hcudacho. lunge pulled the tail out by tho roots. Sold by G.W. Short. Afterward tho tail was found as described bv the animal's ownor. GliiiiiKOor iiddrcmi. When order ii If iiililrns; of your mior chitnifoil Perfect action and porfect health result nlvarBlvo tho old n well im the from tho uso of DoWitt's Littlo Early new iiddrrns). Alwnvs vivo ponl office, county nud Ntutn. If your Rifors, n perfect littlo pill. Sold by G. nnper Unof received resulurl) . ur-llW. Short. im. A v fy Wo expect to handle a lino of goods this fall that cannot bo surpassed. Drugs and Patent Medicines. Como'in and giva us a trial, and get a bargain in something you need boforo this opportunity is gone' Respectfully, WITT Wm. Oahi.kk. MEADOR, HARDINSBURG, KY. 0. II. I'uMPiinEY, lirockenridgo Co CASLER BUTTER AND PUMPHREY, V' PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS EGGS A SPECIALTY. ' Street, between Main and Market. 230 Second Telephone 440, Ring 4. LOUISVILLE, KY. Breckenridge News. V. 1MB WEDNESDAY, NOVEMKKIt 11, 1801. I SPECIAL. If you JNOD. A VUIOIL O. ltATtDAOK, Editors and Proprietors. IjOGBl GLORIOUS larg-e- st ' f. flt. 1j. & T. TIbio Curd. 10.0) a.m. Mall iVdExpres golog East 1 want full value for your 'Espreu i . Local Frolght u " " West -- 10.44 a.m. P-- " FOR THE FARMERS OF KENTUCKY. East West u East West 9 46 p.m. 11.19 a.m. 10.04 a.m. hard earned money, buy only at the Mammoth. We have the OUli SUPPLEMENT. -- stock at, the lowest prices ever known on earth. i. Tho Mammoth Shoe and Clothing Company, whoso eslablishmeut is tho pride of every Kcntuckian's heart, and the shopping headquartors of Tobacco Growers, Stock Men, Farmers and Allianccmcn, is offering this Fall tho most superb stock of Fall nnd Winter Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishings ever seen in the West or South. WORKINGMEN NEWS Goodman & Klein Should deal with Because they sell Goods cheap. Avi'th A'ten column supplement Is sent out this issue. It contains somo good V rending and interesting advertisements. Don't throw it down, but rend it adver tisements and all. Next week wo will issue a twenty column supplement just twice tlio bizo of the ono sent out this Week. It w ill contain n largo amount of local and gcncml news and will bo served to our city subscribers before brenkfast on Saturday morning wjthout extra charge. Advertisers who want to catch t It"oJdg t "p city trade that comes on Saturday and , Saturday night, should send in their nt once, in order toj'have them properly arranged and displayed. ,It will bo an interesting littlo sheet full of local news, and, will be eagerly read by everybody in town. The circulation '.di the supplement will bo 500 copies delivered 'in the city n and 1,500 sent outiwith our regular COME TO TOWN AND SEE US. & Original and Elegant designs in v KLEfNHANS SIMONSQN. For a few days you can procure the most extraordinary bargains over offered on earth. Come now ! Come now " 1 ' MEN'S CLOTHING. Unique and beautiful patterns in v Men's Fine Clothing. 812 and $14 Suits and Overcoats $15 end $1G Suits and Overcoats "$18 and $20 Suits and Overcoats $20 and $22 Suits and Overcoats .Boys and Children. Special to Mail Order Customers. With every order amounting to $10 or over, accompanied by the cash, wo will send in the parcel, in tho original packago as they came by ship and rail from Toklo,' Japan, a half dozen cups and a half dozen saucers, beautifully decorated. Illustrated catalogue free. This offer is open for ten days only. Kleiiihans & - Boys' and Youths' Long Pant Suits, in great variety, at $3.50, '$1, $5, $0, $7, $8, $9, $10, $12. $15. ), at $9.98 at $11.5)8 at $14.98 at $17.98 at .$19.98 at $24.98 Suits and Overcoats $28 and $30 Suits and Overcoats $23 and $25 Children's Short Pants Suits, beautiful patterns, handsomo styles, $1.49, $1.78, $1.98, $2.25, $3 and up. Jersey Suits $3.24, $3.49, $3.98, $4.98 and up. Kilt Suits, Jersey Kilts, 3 pieco Suits, Overcoats, etc., at tho lowest prices in Louisville. Hunting Coats and Hoots, Hiding Suits, Working Suits, Coats, Underwear of every grade, Dress Suits, Waterp-oo- f White Shirts, Flannel Shirts, In fact everything that Men, lioys and Children wear. Send fur Illustrated catalogue. BOYS' CLOTHING ' $1.35 and Up. Our Motto: The best Goods in the ket for the least money. . mar- edi-tio- Wednesday. uDEMOCIlATIC SUCCESS. Neckwear, Collars, Shirts, Suspenders, Shoes, Hats, etc. at 40 per cent, lower prices than any other house in the West. Bay now. Come and get tho biggest bargains of your life, o write fur catalogue. KLEINHANS & SIM0N30N. for Men, Boys ond Children, and Shoes for Ladles Goodman & Klein. n . .,.. Simonson. KLEINHANS & SIMONSON. -. .- Elegant Neckwear -. -. .- .- "'ItSdias .been said that as goes Xew 'YorkBO goes the country in '02. If Mich (prediction is a safe theory upon which 9suvbasc our calculations, then the country 32 sonfar as tho Democratic party is con cerned, is all right. Xew York, in tho election of last week, rolled up a big inn- 'jority for the Democrats and this means thai it will most likely go Democratic next year. Whether the candidate on the Democratic Presidential ticket is to bo Hill or Cleveland matters little. The state is thoroughly aroused, and it is not so much for the mnn, as it is a principle, they expect to light for. With tho state of Xew York lost to tho Republicans, they can have but litttle to hope for in their President in '02. Then there is Massachusetts, Iowa and Indiana that can bo counted on as absolutely safe for tho Democrats, and with the great state of Xow York thrown in, the outlook is hopeful and cheering indeed. McKinley and tho high tax clause triumphed in Ohio. Yet, littlo else could have been expected there. That state .has always been conceded to tho Republicans, and to ther doctrines and ideas of government. Campbell went dow n, but .lie made a bravo and gallant light, and 'he made it in the face of great difficulties. The Democratic party will not look to Ohio for much encouragement in the Presidential contest of next year, but the attention of her leaders will bo turned to tho Northeast and Southwest. Here great inroads already havo been made upon the enemy, and so sure as the people are made to rcnli.e the truth of our Democracy, then will its principles prevail. The great idea before us and tho one that confronts tho masses, is the idea of just taxation, "A Tarill' for Revenue Only." This is the only true theory of government. A system that takes from the people their hard earned dollars and puts them into tho pockets of the rich capitalist, is an unfair and unjust system. No people can piospcr whero the laws are made to protect a few at tho expense of the ninny . It is antagonistic to good government. These thinking men of all classes begin to understand and tho victories of last week but indicate how they will act hereafter when tho question is again plainly put befoie MAMMOTH SHOE AND CLOTHING CO., 424 to 434 West Market Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. MARDINSBURG There's lots of art in Neck-dressin- g. We can give you a few points both in styles and STEPHENSPORT. DEPARTMENT. V. O. llAIUIAC;i: L, H. &. - IMItor WEST.. W. TIME TABLE. OOINQ Passenger Daily arr. Hardlnsburg..l2:42 OOINO EAST. p.m. Pussonger Dally arr. Ilardinsburg.. 7:50 a.m. Court of Claims meets next .Monday. Sewing machine repairs at T. C. Lewis. , "Watches, clocks and jewelry at T. C. Lewis. All kinds of jewelry of the best quality T. C. Lewis' Try our custom made boots and shoes, Beard & Heeler. Jlr. Dent Brown has moved into the Daniel brick house. Miss Bettie Ditto, of Brandenburg, was visiting here last week. GotoT. C. Lewis for anything you want in the jewelry line. The new jail should now be inclosed by a good substantial fence. All kinds of repairs of watches, clocks, jewelry, etc., at T. C. Lewis'. Sewing machine needles, shuttles, belts rubbers, etc., atT. C. Lewis'. Mr. John ileston nnd Vic Bowiner were tip Sunday from Cloverport. Mj J. B. Ifenslcy is having a stone wall built in front of his residence. Lulla, the daughter of Mrs. Lula Bush, died here last Tuesday, after a brief illness. Beard & Beeler w ill sell a child'ssuit for $1.00, Mans' suit $4.00 or an overcoat for $0.50. them. Tin: News suggests to Mr. Georgo Mercer, the delegate from this county to tho n Farmers' Alliance Convention at this week, that ho lay befoie that honorable body tho condition of the roads in this county and havo them take action for their improvement. If the farmers of this country want money, there is no surer way of getting it than through tho medium of good county roads They will pay 100 por cent, for every dollar invested in them. Eliza-bethtow- In view of tho closo fight for the Speakership of tho Ilouso of tho next Legislature, tho position tho few Alliance members will occupy In relation to tho Democratic enncusis being discussed. General Castleman has said thul'tho Democratic Committee will not undertake to determine tho qualifications of the members of that caucus. lb-ow-n A committi:i; will call upon Governor this week to ascertain what is to bo done about Kentucky's exhibit nt tho World's Pair. If nothing more sho might send in a copy of the new Constitution. surmised that the Flower that bloomed so beautifully in Now York last week may cover tho nation as a Presidential possibility next year. t It is Aiioirr ono hundred of tho convicts that escaped from Tcnnesseo havo been raptured in Kentucky ami taken back to Nashville. TjiKiti: is soon to bo another railroad coal built out of Cloverport to Sloan's mines, a distance of ten miles. I.v New York tho Democrats linvo tho Legislature, which means success for n Democratic Senator. San FitANcisco wants tho Rational Democratic and Republican Conventions next year. Mr. Thomas Ditto and wife, Brandenburg, were visiting hero last Saturday and Sunday. County Surveyor Frank Beavin, who now resides at Cloverport, expects to locate at this place in a short time. Mr. L. S. Morgan was granted a druggists license in tho County Court last week to sell liquors at Irvington. Don't forget that T. C. Lewis has everything pertaining to tho llorological art. Call on him and sec his new outfit. Mr. Alex Boyd was in town last Friday anil renewed his State and County license to sell liquors in Cloverport. Mr. James If. Gardiner has been elected a member of tho Council from tho Second Ward, vicolloraco Scott resigned. Beard & Beeler pay the highest market price for hides, tallow, dried fruits, feathers, butter, eggs, chickens, geese, ducks, etc. Herod Basham who was sent from this county to tho penitentiary about four years ago is said to bo in very bad health It is thought he will bo pardoned soon. Several thousand staves belonging to Mr. Kopp and piled up near tho railroad at Jolly's station wero burned last week. The loss is said to bo extremely heavy on Mr. Kopp. Contractor McDonald camo down last Friday to look after tho now jail. Tho finishing touches will bo put on tho building this week and it will probably bo handed over to the Court of Claims next week. The county Judgo anticipates some pretty heavy calls upon tho county next Tho week for public appropriations. new jail will already increase our tax rate twenty por cent., ami if the Court of Claims makes many appropriations next week our indebtedness will bo considerably increased. cwsi.no out balk. Having concluded to combine our two stores into ono and locate at Glendeane, wo will ofler our entire stock for tho next thirty days at cost to sjvo expense rcboxing and moving. Now is your time for big bargains in shoes, hats, dry goods potions, groceries and everything elso kept in stock. Our store property for sale at low figures. F. Mokiiou & So.v., Ifiirdinsburg, Ky. in from tho country for having stole threo overcoats. This colored gentleman enjoys the enviable reputatiion of having spent a considerable portion of his life in prison, though ho was never convicted for any crime. It simply comes natural for him to steal any und everything ho can get his hands on, that is not fastened ut both ends, consequently Ho has he is adjudged a kleptomaniac. been repeatedly tried over at Ilardinsburg both for lunacy nnd for larceny, but whenever ho was tried for lunacy there was always somebody on tho jury that thought ho was sane, and when he was tried for stealing thero was sure to bo somo one who thought ho was crazy, so ho has always been too crazy for the peifitcntiary, too sano for tho lunatic asylum, too lazy to work, too mean to live, too stubborn to die, nnd has almost been raised in tho Ilardinsburg jail. Wo James Hoberts, who forfeited n bond predict for him that by tho time a Meado by not appearing hero last August Cir- jury gets through with him ho will "go cuit Court, was nabbed by his bondsmen tho road" either to Anchorage or to at Gmhainton last week and lodged in Frankfort. Tho peoplo of Meado county aro not "stuck" on paying taxes to board jail here. "coons." That Paynesvillo trial for tho possession of property was tried over at the How's This ? Court house last Thursday and tho decisWo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Howard ion was tho same as that at Paynesvillo for any caso of Catarrh that can not bo tho week before in favor of Hichardson. cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Tho surprise party at Miss Pearl DitF. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. to's last Friday night was not altogether We, tho undersigned, have known F. n suprisc, but nevertheless it afforded J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and bemuch enjoyment for tho young people. lieve him perfectly honorable in all busiMiss Pearl 'knows how to entertain. ness transactions, and financially ablo to Whero is the party this week? carry out any obligations made by their Lots of thunder nnd lightning Satur- firm. day night and a rain that at anyothcr West & Trunx, Wholesale Druggist, time than this unprecedented dry spoil Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Klnnan & Marwould have-bee- n tolerably fair, but as it vin, Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, Ohio. Hull's Catarrah Curo is taken internalwas it just fairly laid tho dust. If there ly, acting directly upon tho blood and is any inoro in tho elements let hercomo mucous surfaces of the system. Price please. 75c. por bottle. Sold by all druggists. James Bowman, constable in Big Spring district, suicided at his homo in LONG BRANCH. tho country near Big Spring last Friday night by sending a ball from a revolver Mrs. G. M. Hoy nobis, of FJndley, 0 crashing through his brain. No cause is arrived at homo last Tuesday. given why tho unfortunate man comThero is somo talk of moving tho mitted tho horrible deed. Kurccn Sale Works down to tlris place. That often repeated and much quoted Mr. Win. Hamsoy" wijl complete his expression of tho Owensboro Messenger, fourth well this week for the Hock Gas "Governor Brown has not intimated Co. such a thing even to his most intimate Capt. Bickerstalf is nearly through friends" is beginning tojnako the pcoplo gathering corn, Ho says his crop is of Kentucky n littlo "sorter tired." Who is tho governor of Kontucky any how, good. Miss Maggio Green, our school misJohn Young Woodson or Urey Brown ? tress, spent Sunday with her mother nt It is reported that thero is to bo a Jew Brandenburg. storo started soon out at Weldon, Bran-bur- g Miss Hosio Hall, who has beon visiting station. If you want to muko money, gentlemen, coino into town, her aunt, Mrs. C. Ilendrick, icturncd Thoro is nothing nt Weldon now, and it homo Saturday. Miss Annie Fountaine, ono of our never will bo anything more than n convenient place for Brandenburg peoplo to most charming young ladles, has been in Brandonburg for two weeks. got on and off tho cars. Hov. James Fountain, of Texas, and "Billy" and tho old man was seen littlo neice, Pearl Fousheo, wero the monkeying around about tho race track last week. Tho intention was to try guests of Mr. C. W. McGeheo last weok. Mrs. Cal. Ilendrick and daughter, Miss "Billy's" speed, but tho gates to the track being locked, they resorted to tho Kiln, spont Saturday nnd Sunday at sandy 1 nne up through the bottom. Pleasant Grovo visiting her parents, Mr. Lookout yon horso men If "Billy" should and Mrs. John Hall. provo to bo fast somo of you might get Tr is said that tho lawyer who broke Blippcd up on. The old man used to bo Tilden's will, received n feo of $00,000. n good one i" that line In days agone. Miss Lula Lewis left Tuesday for Pine-vill- e to visit her sister, Mrs. J. L. Malin. Mrs. Jennie Phillips nnd little daughter have returned from a visit to Henderson. Mrs. S. C. Malin and Mrs. II. C. Haw- lings nro visiting relatives at Big Spring tills week. All tho Democratic papers last week looked like Gantcr's chicken cholera cure had taken a boom. Tho fires Unit have been raging over in Harrison county, Indiana, were visi-bi- o hero of nights all last week. Mrs. Gus King and Mrs. Sam. Hardin, of Tick nidge, were the guests of their brother, Mr. J. D. Hardin, last week. Such a crowd was in tho city Saturduy that tho merchants could hardly wait upon their customers. Truly tho business boom is upon us right now. Tho Commercial Club at Louisville is setting on foot the arrangements for tho Kentucky display at the World's Fair, Court of Claims last Monday. Chicago, in 1893. It should bo seen to The end of the drouth is upon us. that tho mineral and airricultual resour C. S. Crosson went to Union Star Pat- ces of Meado county occupy a prominent urday. position in this display. Tho wealth of John Cone, Louisville, was in the city tho entire world will bo represented nt Friday. tliis great fair, nnd thousands of capitalOverton ltawlings left Tuesday for ists will be there viewing tho displays, Decatur, 111. seckim? nlnces to invest their money. If Webster, wo could just move ono of our big roarMrs. Annie Herndon, of near ing natural gas wells up there, we'd havo was in tho city Friday. Judge J. V. Lewis is treating his resi- 'em, wouldn't we ? Tho "coon" kleptomaniac, dang his dence to a new coat of paint. Miss Eva Carrigan, of Guston, visited naino I don't know it, and can't find anybody hero tlr.it docs. What does it matMr. James Lewis' family last week. ter anyhow, whether you know" a Miss Sallio Moorman returned to her struck the "coon's" name or not ? homo in Cloverport Wednesday night. jail hero last Thursday. Ho was brought BRANDENBURG. prices. -- Mr. Add Bennett is nt homo for a few days. Wo had several good f.howers of rain Monday. Mr. Geo. Jamison went to Louisville Saturday. Mr. Jeff Hook, of Ilardinsburg, was in town last week. Miss Bello Haynes, of Union Star, was in town Sunday. Miss Annie Bassctt, of Cloverport, was in town last week. Mr. Frank C. M. Jolly went to J Saturday. Miss Emma Moscly was at home from her school Sunday. Mrs. Henry Ackerman, of Home, Ind., was in town Monday. Mr. II. S. English nnd daughter, Emma, went to Hnrdinsburg Saturday. Mr. II. C. Lewis, of Gucnther & Sons., of Owensboro, was at the Halik's Hotel Monday. Mrs. Best and daughter, of Pctrio's Station, are the guests of their son nnd brother, Mr. Christ Best. Mr. Emmet Elder, of near Union Star, was tho guest of Miss Emma Mosely Saturday and Sunday. Miss Ida May Hanks returned homo from her Bchool Friday evening and remained over Sunday. J. W. Jarrett, Dr. Goldstein and J. II. Lay were in Cloverport last week to attend the K. of P's entertainment. Mr. nnd Mrs. White, of Tobinsport, wero in town last week guests of their son, Dr. IX White, nt tho Hank's Hotel. Mrs. Harvey Adams, of Cloverport, Mrs. Geo, Grady, of Owensboro and neice Hazel Wolf, wero the guests of Mrs. Paul-ma- n last week. lard-insbuwell-to-d- f We eater to all classes and treat body alike. every- m '. Mr y Eh I 1 rW V CA&y "Vk 1 1 HE V Sudden Death of W. W. 8mart. o W. W. Smart, a prominent nnd fanner living in tho Hite's Hun neighborhood, five miles from this city, 401-1- 07 was found dead in hit orchard about 10 The o'clock last Saturday morning. T. lEC-Scause of his denth was apoplexy. Ho had just sold his interest jn tho homo place, whoro ho was living, to his brotho Joe, nnd had' rented property in From I to 600 horse power. this city which he expected to occupy this weok. DO GENERAL Mr. Smart was ono of tho hardest working men in tho wholo country, and had by this means and economy accumulated a very nico estiite. Ho was n very charit-abl- o man too with all, kind to his neigh- Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Suw and Grist Mills, Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shingle Machines. bors nnd dovoted to his family. Ho was 18 years old. Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d Machinery, His funeral occurred from his homo ut Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Belting, 2 o'clock last Sunday. It was conducted Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, by tho Masonic Lodge of this city, of s Pipe and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, ' which ho was a member, assisted by Hov. And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. W. K. Penrod. Thp funeral was largely attended from this city and und tlra PRICES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory. 8 neighborhood whero ho lived. Ho leaves Correspondence solicited. a wife to mourn his loss, HARRY GUENTHER & BRO.. 0"W"E1TSB0B0, East Main St., BIsTO - IIsrElS: AND FOUNDRY MACHINE BUSINESS, ADMINISTRATRIX SALE. Tiik peoplo nt Hartford aro very earnnnd work for children from 14 to 20 years The undersigned administratrix of Den. pf ago, (females preferred) can bo suited est in their eflbit to get a railroad to that Hardin, deceased, will on at Grahamton, Mendo county, whore tho place. Friday, November 13tb, 1891, work is in tho cotton mill ut that place. At the late residence of the deceased. For particulars writo to SEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH Sell the pergonal property of the decedunt. The Grahamton M'f'g Co., consisting of horses, tnnlei, cattle.bogj, aheen, corn In tbo field, hay, tobacco, ono buggy, Grahamton, Meade, county, Ky, TermaofSate All sums undur flyo dollar WANTED Any family wanting a pleasant homo GIVE TJS .A. 0-A.XjL. a For Sale. will sell either of my Jaeks, one blaok, S years old .V hands high ; the other 2 years past, MM hands, well broke. J. Q. STEPHENS, Holt, Ky. I cash In hand, for auras of five dollars and with good aecurlty bearing interest from day of sale, due and payable In six monthst will be required. M. E. HA11DIN, Administratrix. over-note- s McElree's Wine of Cardui and THEOFORD'S aro for salo by tho following merchants in T Preokeoridgo County i Jess W. Owen Cloyeroort O. Y, Short, Cloverport. Brashear it Lay, Stephonsport. Witt A Meador. Ilardinsburg, J, J. Severs, Union 8tar, columns of now advertisements nppenr in this issue. Bend them over carefully and when you visit or writo the advertiser mention the News. w" Five wmMiii in imenting, and aro now rlacod, owing to I will sell at Public Auction on ttiolrsuporlorlty. procmlnoritlrnbovoovorjr WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2Sth, 8Dt, thing hiratofora produced In this lino. Th yaroncknowIodKod,by,oxporl8 to bo At the Livery Stable of J, T. Miller, decfased most pqneotly constructed Iho (most nnd and aro pocuflnrly adapted Oloverrt, Ky., 25 head of Horeea nnd Mares voneos KNOWN, tooorroctlnirtho various vlnunl lmporfo-tlon- s, 1 lot of stools Cattle, lot of Buggloi, Carriage. A trial of thn K0HINOOR will omivinoe Wagons, Harness, farming Implements, etc. you thoy nro PERTECT EICHT REN1WEHS. This salo Is made to settle up the estate of J. Everj Pair Warranted. T. Miller, deceasod. Salr will begin ot DiOlr a m,, rain orsblne. For Sale by ' Terms A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician cash in of sale allAll sums of $J.0O and under band, sums over $3,00 note It FiMorlptlontBeoelTt Oarefol Attention. mouths wlb approved security. 0L0VKRP0RTt KY, MAUYJ.MfL.LER, Admr'x. THESE WONDERFUL LENSES Aro tho roBultct ycnrR of aolontlflo exper- PUBLIC SALE. BkeokenriI)ge News Supplement. Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, NOVKMHKU '- Tho Dancer from Colli Drinks. 11, 181)1. s "In my opinion." said a physician, "it is not so great a mistake to indulgo in cold drinks in warm weather as it is to drink them rapidly. Ou a hot day it is almost inevitable that people should drink, and what tho system seems to crave is something cold. If that something could be a littje less than ice cold it would be so much the better. Out it is practically out of the question to got a drink of a temperature of 40 or 13 degs., say, which is about as cold as is necessary in order to meet tho demands of nature. "So, then, ice cold drinks are likely to remain u permanency, and thousands and thousands of people will continue to drink them. Now, what I should adviso is that they perform tho operation with some deliberation, Tho man who swallows a gloss of soda water or anything else at a temperature of 33 or thereabout does a dangerous thing. Tho danger is in suddenly chilling the nerves of tho stomach, and the result may be sudden paralysis Thero is noither senso nor reason in drinking thus rapidly "I do not moan, on the other hand, that it is necessary to wait until the drink, whatever it is, has grown warm. What I plead for is that people should tako fifteen or twenty seconds, or oven half a minute, in swallowing a glass of soda or beer or whatever they use to satisfy their thirst. Everybody can afford that much time even the most hurried man and the result cailuot fail to be decidedly advantageous in the long run." New York Tribuue. CntrhliiB Terrapin. In the shoal waters along the const Henlopen terrapin aro south of Oni caught in various ways. Dredges dragged along In tho wuko of a sailing vessel pick I A Canine- Trcuilmlll. In "Churn dog" stories are ulway A city limn who used to live ou ft farm, nsso tntiny city men did when the were boys, sends us thla: "At home on jtho fnnn we had n numlier of cows, eo many tlmt churning was too heavy n task for even the men folks, so Mr. L. rigged np u dog churn, an inclined wheel, assort of canine treadmill. It became tie duty of Ponto, n large white- mastiff, to" trend that monotonous cycle, and notwithstanding the toothsome hit of meat that was fastened on a lath within four inches of his nose, he was not at all firoud of his position and responsibility. 'Ho umdo several attempts to shirk his and twice succeeded. He got to know when churning day came uround as well as any one in the bouse. "On the morning of that day he would loiter about the kitchen door until ho was fed, and ns soon as he heard tho note of preparation tho bringing of the cream jugs, preparing the churn, etc. he would put for the woods uud would not be seen again until night. The day of churning was changed, and next morning a nioro crestfallen and astonished dog was never seen when he was collared and harnessed to the beam which set the dash in motion; ho looked positively foolish. He did his work, but with lowered head, and in cogitation evidently. "On. another occasion h$ tried unother dodge. When they were about to put him on the wheel ho ran up to his mistress, holding up one paw, affecting to bo lame. She thought much of the dog, and was inclined to let him off that day. The next instant he was seen charging over a high fence nfter a neighbor's cat. 'Well.' said the old lady, 'if ho can go after a cat liko that he is abla to churn.' And ho did, and never tried to shirk his work again." Forest and Stream. order. them up. Nets stretched across some narrow arm of river or buy entangle tho feet of any stray terrapin in their meshes, but these require the constant attendance of tho fisherman to save the catch from drowning. In the winter, in tho deeper water, the terrapin rise from their muddy quarters on mild, sunny days and crawl along tho bottom. They nro then taken by tongs, their whereabouts being often betrayed by bubbles.. Turtles will rise at any noise, and usually tho fisherman only claps his hands, though each hunter has his own way of attracting tho terrapin. One hunter whom 1 saw uttered a queer guttural noise that seemed to rise from his boots. Whatever tho noise, all turtles within hearing whether terrapin or "snappei" will put their heads above water. Both are welcome and are quickly sold to tho marketmen. Tho snapper slowly appeara and disappears, leaving scarcely a ripple, and the hunter cautiously approaching usually takes him by tho talL The terrapin, on the contrary, is quick, and will descend in an oblique direction, so that a hand net is needed unless ho happens to come up near by. If he is near enough the man jumps for him. The time for hunting is the still hour at cither sunrise or sunset. St. Nicholas. Coal equaling that of tho finest Lohigh valley grade has been discovered in Brazil, the veins being from four to twenty-fiv- e feet in thickness. Tho mines are situated at and near Sonora. A LARG-- ASSORTMENT SUPERB VARIETY E ! ! MONEY-SAVIN- G- PRICES EXTRA QUALITIES. NEWEST COLORINGS. CHOICE COLLECTION. 50c EACH. . ! SPLENDID VALUES. ;... FULL LENGTH. ALL SIZES. . 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50 EACH. A LAUNDRIED DRESS SHIRTS. PERFECT FITTING. BEST WORKMANSHIP. LATEST STYLES. H and $1.50. Foiicht with Jackson ut Now Orleans. Jose Cardova, who was 108 years old, is dead. Tho cause of hiu death was old ago. He lias been workiug as a laborer up to two years ago. when ho quit, incapacitated. Jose Cardova was born in New Orleans, and was twonty-seve- n years old and sorving in Old Hickory's army when the latter beat the British out of that city. Deforo he left New Orleans ho hail acquired the English and French languages in addition to the language of his father, and after he moved to NacogdoFinely II red Horses Are Nervous. ches, Tex., ho was well informed Finely bred, intelligent horses ara man that it did not sucli ahim long, in the take often very nervous. They are quick to rude Mexican conditions prevailing notice, quick to take alarm, quick to do there, to build up a competence. what seems to thorn, in moments of sudTho fortune went, though by some den terror, necessary to escape from pos- process not clearly recorded, and in 1838 sible harm, from something thoy do not he moved to San Antonio, where ho has understand. That is what makes them since lived. He leaves a wife, aged shy, bolt and run away. We cannot ninety-eigh- t years. San Antonio Extell what awful suggestions strange press. things offer to their minds. For aught Rallmiy Cur lleatlnjj by Klcctrlclty. we can tell, a sheet of white paper in It is reassuring to lenow that the the road may seem to the nervous horse a yawning chasm: the' open front of a "deadly car stovo," which has played baby carriage, tho jaws of a dragon such a ghastly part in hundreds of trageready to devour him, uud a man on a dies, will soon be seen no more. An adbicycle some terrifying sort of a flying mirable system of electric heating for devil without wings. Out we find that cars has been invented, which is so cheap the moment ho becomes familiar with and easily operated that 'its universal those things, or any other that uffright adoption is Biraply a matter of time. him, and knows what they are, he grows The railway company on whoso road this system has been tested by a course indifferent to them. Therefore, when your horse shies at of practical work speuks of it in the anything make him acquainted with it, highest terms, and the traveling public is not less gratified at the comfort and let him smell it, touch it with his sensitive upper lip and look closely at it. Re- safety which is now assured. After the member, too, that you must familiarize sad experience of the dirty nnd gaseous bolh Bides of him with tho dreaded ob- condition of the average coal heated car, ject If he only examines it with tho the absolute cleanliness and absencoof near nostril and eye ho will bo very likely odors, together with tho even tompera-tur- o to scaro at it when it appears on his off of a car electrically heated, is a Biflo. go, then, rattlo your paper, beat revolution in modern car heating. Now your bass drum, flutter your umbrella, York Telegram. fnn your baby carriage and your bicycle, fire your pistol and rattlo your tinware The night of the Stork. on both sides of him and all around him The stork is n remarkably picturesque until he comes to regard tho noiso simbird; its snowy body contrasting with ply is a nuieniie and material objects the bright red beak and legs and bluck only as trivial things liable to get hurt if quill feathers of the wings, make it a they are in his way. He may not learn striking object. The flight is magnifiml that In one lesson, but continue the cent, bolder and more buoyant than that lesson.and you will cure all his nervousof a heron. Like most large birds, its ness. Exchange. powers of flight show best when it is at a great height. When we wero on the Dastei rock, in Saxon Switzerland, a pair TlieWonl "Cnsli." Tho word -- calh;' 3 understood to bo passed overhead, flying 'southward. derived frorifttlieMtnllnn "cussa." the Though high above us. we could clearly chest where Uali3'inerehants kept their eeo tho black pinfon feathers.' and as we money, as dvnt(the present time the watched the powerful beat t(f the wide Spaniards in theirnwja." the portu. spreading wings wo thought of the gucso in their "cazavftna the French in angels in Zachariah's vision who had their "caisso." Theftppijcation of the "wings like the stork." Chambers' Jourword -- cash' to money,, English, It not nal. having a corresponding terra in any Knowing Horned. Tiro other European langua "Cash" havA horse, stabled with his mate and a ing been so inconsiderably adopted instead of "cassa" (chftst),jtrle3 t0 the third horse, stole hay from the stranger cash book (it should beCfc8t book).aro to give to his mate, while, he was conmade in American nndjEnVHsh count- tented with the ration that had been allotted him: and a horso in a team, nibing houses in this UBtaauini; gave at bling some rich grass "Cash Dr." and "Cash Cf?, tft intervals mouthfuls ofonithis side,companto his chest, and not the money,qjebtor to what Is put Into it and creditor for what ion, which could not reach it. Popular Science Monthly. is taken out, Groat mischief has too oftengen aa In North Carolinn garnet crystals aro Is well known, in bankrupt trialgV Ir'om sometimes come across, which, though misuse of tho word "cash," ljTIghich. gems, weigh as much largo deficiencies often ppearjtnn(i not fine enough for which would nbt bo the case if tuYword as twenty pounds each and may bo cut chest wennisotf. as it ought to "ejjin. into dishes or cup measuring from three stead of tho cash account in the 'taj,r to six Indies across Tons of them aro ... sandI L.1.....1.1 uu mu jmiiuuiu l. At. uhcsi uccount. ufoetc, crushed to make "emery" and tho paper called "garnet paper." iwtgie. lyn JNO.D.BABBAG-E- , E. C. BABBBGB, Man'r. COR. WALL &. ELM STS. In Bokhara and other parts of Turkestan where native usages still prevail, tho customary salutation is, "May you live 120 years!'' $1.75 for Both THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS FOR ONE YEAR, and Sulzer's Tailoring Department. Mr. J. II. 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N'o.5 No.l lk A East Hound Daily STATIONS. ex Sun, No. 2 U30im I.v Irvlngtoii Ar 9 30im 831 Gnrheld 12 10pm 815 Ilsirned 12 25 760 Hardlnsbunr 1242 715 Kirk 118 705 Jolly 130 641 Olcndcane 14S 0 31 1 M Delimiter 014im 2 15pm ar Kjllsilouuhlv 2 60 No. 6 lloc,kvale bbbi 5 64 IJiVJm IsvllleLv " frlvcfllnstnnt ANAKESIS 341 1. .V7-- M : zirrsv ita Oklns iks 629 6 21 500 4 45am ..-.- t1-- T ttsVHU M rre.Aildrres"ANAKLbl8," iX2110,0W orjt wity. ullcr nml la on Infnlllb o ..... fn Plln. PrlcoSl. 11 iniirirUtflnrmnll. Hnmrtldfl vPJ Bhoo over offered for $3.0U equals French Imported shoes which cost from ti.W to U 00. OO IlnmUSowcd Welt Shoe, flno calf, stylish, comfortable and durable. The best shoo ever offered at this prlco I same grade- as custom mado shoes costing from $8.00 to J9.UO. QiO 30 1'nlloo Hliooi Farmers. Itailroad Men Hfm and Letter Carriers oil wearthemi tlnecalf, seamless, smooth Inside, henry threo soles, extension edge. One pair will wear a year. CCO 30 flno culfi no better shoo over offered at Ddm this prlco i ono trial will convince thoso who want a suoo for comfort and service Wo rk I n a ii'ii CO MH nml 83.00 and durable.m nThoso shoes aro very strong who hnva given them a trial will wear no other make. nml 81.73 school shoes aro 8'J.00by boys overy worn where) tneysell the on their merits, ns the Increasing sales show. shoe, best I $3,00 Ilnnil-iionc- il Uongola, vervntyllsht equals French Imported shoes costing from l.00 to tut). Ladles' 'J, 311, OJ.OO nml 81.73 shoe for Mimes aro the best flno Dongola. Utyllsh and durable. (bullion. Seo that W. h. Douglas' name and prlco are stamped on tho bottom of each shoo. W. L. DOUULAS, IJrockton, Mass. It Is n seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax thread to hurt tho feets mado ot tho best flue calf, stylish and easy, and became we make more thoee ofthli oraae than any other manufacturer. It equals band. sewed shoes costing from 8I.U) to 85.00. tho finest calf ffiC OO (Joniiluo llnml-sowed, S3 SHOE BEST SHOE L. DOUGLAS IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? linlteil to try them. uiey aro nprirovcu by nnd Illzld Corsets, aro prefer not to vronr Stiff cen8eVn physicians, endorsed by 5 dress malcors, mid recommended by every ludy miw$U thut bus worn tbuiu. SEND FOB CIECULAE. V3 E. B. 0SB0RN, Southern Agent, 60 RICHARDSON BLOCK, TENN. flA Pr Waiseri Wanted. CHATTANOOGA, rl!oc kuUICO aa Dniicl Bujo FOR SAIiBBY BOWMER & HAMBLETON CLOVERPORT' KY. v) , Breokenridge News Supplement. "Tho records hero show, better than anything I know of, tho slavery into which women have been brought of late WEDNESDAY, i NO VJSMBEK 11, 1891. years. Employers know that women have not .the money to pay lawyers to sno for them, m they take ndvnntago of A TELLING CONTRAST. their helplessness whenever they can. It is remirrkable, however, that they settle IN THEIR OLD LIMITED SPHERE up with great rapidity when tho women come here to complain. Our counsel WOMEN ARE WELL PAID. conducts worthy cases freo of charge and has got verdicts in tho civil courts ltrtuei-- tliu Condition of for more than $50,000 since tho union beA Compurlmm Women Wlui Uo Wlmt Uneil tu lie Culled gan its work:" When Mrs. Creagh was asked why the Women's Work iintl Tliot Who llo Wlmt ' wages of girls in factories, stores nnd ofUsed to tin Callnl Mmi'ii Work. fices were so small, she answered in alTho working woman's sphere used to most the samo way as Miss Van Etten bo confined chiefly to household work. did. And it is a notublo Tact that in those Women, she said, took tho places of days tho new (papers contained no stories men in many occupations without orabout women dying of starvation and ganizing themselves to obtain fair comoverwork in tenement houses. If anypensation. They took anything they body died from these causes it was a could get. They expected to get married , tnan. somo time, aud their work was n tempoDescriptions of the agonies of starving rary expedient, at first, to obtain pin workingwomen and their families nre money. Now many of them find that now a feature of tho penny papers. Only they have really to supjmrt themselves, a few days ago t woman in Jersey City and their meager wages won't do it. who had worked in a big tobacco facStill they bear their hardships, waiting tory and was thrown out of employment over for tho gay cavalier who is to come by her advanced years and inability to along and reliove them. With some handle the tobacco leaf as deftly as tho work is a necessity, with others it is not younger generation locked herself up in But fow of them seem to consider that her room to wait till tho pangs of hunger men have suffered in consequence of the snapped the life cord. She almost tfuo-- , lower standard of wajres. New York ceeded. Cjminercial Advertiser. Such an occurrence twenty years ago would have been commented upon by Mow u King Keeps Cool. the newspapers and statesmen all over Although ono may not keep cool, it is tho country, nnd tho philosophers would have philosophized to tho extent of a some satisfaction to read how others book on the subject: but so common manage it. There is tho king of Siain, havo such events become in these days for instance. He is said to have in ono since "the extension of women's sphere" of his country palaces a wonderful pathat they attract little or uo attention. vilion. It was built by a Chineso engiPerhaps some newspaper may, for tho neer as a ref ugo for the king during the purpose of advertising itself, "get up a extreme heat of summer. Tho walls, subscription fund to buy a few necessa- ceiling and floors nre formed of pieces of plate glass an inch thick. They nre o ries for the support, but tho averago cit- perfectly fitted together with a transizen reads the little story without emotion. It disturbs him no more than a parent cement that the joints are invisTh view of the dirty streets or a struggle to ible and no fluid can penetrate. pavilion is twenty-eigh- t feet long and get a seat in an elevated train. seventeen wide, nnd stands in the midWUKItE WOMAN NEVER STARVES. dle of a huge basin mado of beautifully And right here it m.iy bo nsked, in colored marbles. view of the present condition of When the king enters tho pavilion the "Has any one ever heard of a single door is closed and cemented. Then woman, sticking to tho old limited the sluico gates aro opened and tho basin sphere of working women domestic is filled with water. Higher and higher for lack of tho necesservice sufit-rinit rises, until tho pavilion is covered and saries of HfeSr" The newspapers record no only the ventilators nt the top connect such instances. One would bo such a it with tho open nir. When tho 'heat of novelty that the ambition of tho museum tho sun is so great that tho water almost men to secure unheard of curiosities boils on the surface of the freshest founwould be aroused. tains this pavilion is deliciously cool. The fact is that tho only women de- And this is the way tho king of Siam pendent on their daily work for subsistcools himself off in hot weather. It ence who are comfortably situated, with sounds very delightful. Exchange. a few exceptions, are tho domestic servants. All the thrifty ones have their An Automatic Wrapper. bank accounts, and they don't know One of tho most ingenious and nt the what it is to want for food or clothes. samo time practically useful among tho Moreover, their labor is comparatively automatic machines which havo been inlight, aud they have real homes. troduced is a device which forms, fills, So thoroughly is this fact recognized weighs and seals packages in those esthat the societies devoted to improving tablishments where large quantities of the conditions of working women nnd goods, such as fine cut tobacco, soda, helping them in their difficulties with starch, etc., are constantly put up. The employers exclude servants from their operation by which this result is accomrange of work. plished, though decidedly novel, is not Mrs. M. J. Creagh, superintendent of at all complex in any particular, the mathe Working Women's Protective union, chine consisting merely of a series of gives tho reason, as follows: forming blocks, receptacles, folders, "Tho working women in stores, fac- gummers and feeders, all working in tories and offices need nil tho assistance mutual harmony, so that tho packages tho union can give, for they are tho suffer- nre smoothly and continuously produced. ers. Women who work as domestics The forming blocks successively sizo may sometimes have reasonable grounds the pnper, which instantly afterward for complaint, but their condition is so is wrapped around them, folded and far above that of tho other working gummed nt tho e.nd: tho paper sacks are women that they can always get along then plnnged into receptacles filled with comfortably. They can get places when- tho commodity with which thoy nre inever they wnntthom, receive good wages, tended, finally folded on top and sealed. don't know what hunger is, and are well New York Sun. acquainted with the looks of a bank book. They don't need help. ll'itlitUlne Hells. "It is this poor saleswoman, the overAn extraordinary feature in tho career worked factory girl and thosewiug worn-vi- a of bells is their undergoing the process of that has to bo helped to live. baptism before being used. This cereMRS. CREAdll'B OPINION. mony is performed by tho Roman Cath"Considering the board matter, thoy olics at the present day, who say that us, much the bells thus receive power to act as or do not get one-hal- f as tho servants nnd havo to work longer. preservatives against thunder nnd lightBesides, they are often cheated out of ning and storms. An humbler rite is their sant earnings. If they aro 6ick observed hi the Protestant church, aud for a time they lose their little pay, aud tho celebrations which take place aro perhups their places are filled boforo they more of a jovial than a religious characrecover. The servant girl, on the other ter. Exchange. hand, gets her wages right along, and if she is in a good family she receives Fairs given to raise money for chari-tabl- o such medical and other attention as the objects have long been recognized store girl cannot receive She is, in fast, as among the quickest means known for settled, while her sisters in tho world of emptying pocketbooks nnd loading unbusiness depend on their week's salary wary purchasers with all sorts of things for food and lodging tho following week, for which they have uo use, and the nnd a few days' sickness means to them prices domaudad for tho articles are said starvation and inadequate attendance or to be usually quite out of proportion to a journey ton charity hospital. their value. "Therjfore this society gives all its atIn Franco a man on entering tho bonds tention to women outside of domestic service As women go further and fur- of matrimony renders himself legally ther, into tho business world wo havo responsible, not only for tho support of mora to do than ever. Every day we his wifo, but for that of her parents, in havo brought to our notice cases where enso they should become destitute, and rich employers trj to beat women out of tho samo obligation is incurred by tho cents to wifo in regard to the father aud mother sums "varying from twenty-Uv- o of her husband. $50. work-ingmen. g onn-third -- - - Breckenridge .News, SPEAK NO ILL. Nay. speak no 111: a kindly word Can never leave a Mtlng belilnd; And oh! to breathe each lulu we've beard la fur lit'iirath u Imblu mind. Full oft a bottrr nerd U wiwn lly fliiMwhii; tlitii n klmtur plan. For If but little good bu kuowu Still let ni speak the bent wo can. that fain would fain another's fault efface: How can it pleaxtiro human pride To provo humanity hut base? Glvo me the heart hide-Wo- uld No, let tf reach a hither mood, A noliler eHtluialeof man: Be carm-H- t fn the nearch for good. And speak of all tut best wo can. Then speak no III, hut lenient be To other's fall up as your own; t you're the first a fault to see, lie not tho first to make it known. For life l.i but a passing day; No lips may tell how Bhort Its spam Then, oh I the llttlo Ilino we stay. Let's speak of nil the best wo can. Once a Week. I w9 tUL m f Ant nnd Their Uses. fco; During twelve months spent fn tlia x&n Australian colonies in the years 1870-- 1 I rn .,.... n lni-fnaonrtmnnr nf Harness of our own manufacture had more opportunities than were pleasHarness made ant of studying tho habits of ants. at prices to suit tho times. Below wo quote prices of These insects, as is well known, are not from pure Oak Tanned Leather. only a nuisance, but nn absolute pest in Single BiiRL'y Harness, Breast Collar $5.50, $6.50, $7.50, $9.00 hot countries. They inarch in myriads and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90o and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, nnd destroy everything in their road. 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a lino In justice to the ants, I am bound, how- $2.50, 3.50, Aprons, Leggings, at ever, to admit that I have found thorn of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The We carry a line of useful in more ways thaii one. For in- very low prices. stance, 1 bought an opossum skin rug Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertainfrom a native. I soon became painfully ing to the trade. We havo a large line of Collars, Hames and Chains, aware of the fact that it literally 3.50,4.00,4.50. swarmed with fleas and other vermin. Breeching 3.00, Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds In vain did 1 exhaust my stock of pepper Even turpentine seemed to have no effect of repairs and- make new work to order. boyond increasing tho reckless activity It will pay vou to examine our stock. of these irritating settlers. At last in despair I threw my rug down on nn nut hill. In less than half an hour every flea and objectionable parasite was eaten, but the rug was full nr Stiff 1 PI W g BLU BLU i of ants. I therefore hung it on n mimosa bush, nnd as soon as the ants I.ATB ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, found they were suspended they hastened to leave the rug and descended by the bush as best they could. THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Agtdu, 1 had killed n Biinko in TasHates $2.50 Per Day. mania and wished to clean and bleach aiul Green Streets, opposite Court-IIousthe skeleton, which 1 intended to have Cor Jcflcrson, Center LOUISVILLE, KY. 1 left the body mounted its a necklace. W. B. L0QAN, Manager. near an ants' nest. In n few hours there was not u vestige of flesh on the bones. Sullivan, J. L. Mm shall, Clerks. A. W.Jones, J.rJ. The sun soon did the rest. Gentleman's Magazine. m m, The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices can bo found at UW im nnnipv ji mia m IMTilBir 1Ei7IPll.W n - rhi A 9 e, fjlrli In Vermont's Celebration. The most beautiful feature of Vermont's centennial celebration at Bennington was the triumphal arch, a mntw-iv- e feet structure, nt least thirty-fiv- e high. In its lofty turret wns n throne of gold and national colors, occupied by Miss Lillie Adams, of Benuiugtou, robed as tho Goddess of Liberty. Just below on the top of the arch, were 125 girls selected from tho pnblic schools, clad in pure white and with flowing hair, who sang patriotic songs accompanied by a cornet, as the parade passed beneath the archway. Below these the arm arches were filled with maidens, bearing In their hands banners emblazoned in gold and colors with the various coats of arms of tho states. At the banquet mnny notnblo ladies were present, and the tables were served in part by U00 young women in white. Boston Woman's Journal. Queer Colleuiion In the Ueud LettcrOffice. No brief list could smnmnrizo the innumerable strange things that have fallen into the hands of tho dead letter office in Washington. There nre opium pipes and packages of refined opium, bottled specimens of different kinds of mineral formations thrown up by the Charleston earth-quakboxes of cartridges, percussion caps, quantities of firecrackers and torpedoes, false teeth, corn husking gloves, evory ituaginablosortof kitchen utensils, carpenters' tools, horns, tambourines, banjos, harmonicas, gold headed canes, nnd even "spirit photographs." Many of the objects accumulated come under tho "unmailablo" head, being of glass or "pointed instruments" which might damage tho mails. Bottles or surgical tools aro not carried by Undo Sam unless inclosed in wood or tin. One hundred dollars' worth of nuggets of virgin gold in u box came in a while ago and are awaiting a claimant. Likowiso a damaged plug hat, which had no address, and n grotesque-dol- l about tho sizo of a baby. There are somo gloves trom tho steamship Oregon which were 114 days under water, though thoy seem to be tairly respectable now and might bo worn at a stretch. Some wedding enke is exhibited in the museum that is fifty years old. Kene Bache in New York Sun. Ji,A I'etrllled I La3& uried at William lines died my Cotunna, Ind., in 1 Bt&sflHWtio time of pounds. his death Mr. lines we remains wero In May. 1801. when t disinterred, they were Sum to be petri-t- o weigh ex- fled, to look like tnarbl (Mil uis Republic, actly 40.1 pounds. St. e, r-jn BANK OF ,,?rJll9&FRlCAN HARDINSBURG Capital Stook $25,000. jw A pamphlet of Information andab- airaci in tus iawi, snowing now toj yUDiain careaia, Traaejj tlUXM, UOpiMEDt. Hill JTU., OTHf Hew Yurk. .Ulm HUNN & UU. s3Ul Drondwajr, B. F. BEARD, President.' WILL MILLER, M. II. HEARD, Cashier. V ") G. W. BEARD MORRIS KSKHIDflE J R. M. JOLLV. Directors To Advertisers If you wisr) nnd need Instruction, Bond ono dollar for our " Book for Advertisers." A llttlo study of that book will enable you to clecfdo what you ought to do, and glvo an Idea of tho probable cost. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Ala LIHE. to advertise (L. E. k ST. L. R. R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO If you instruct uy St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. AND ALL POINTS to placo a certain amount of advertising for you in the way we think will do you the most good, you should Bend an explicit statement of what you wish to accomplish, and make sultablo arrangements for payment. Your order will then receive all tho attention that it requires. West and Time-Card If you wish r atlvertijerrjerjt prepared and a plan of 'ftdvortlslnfc marked out ; to bo told what papers you should use, and what the cost will be, wo will furnish the advertisement and tho plan either or both, and submit them for your consideration, together with our bill for the service. in Effect Dec, 16, 1888, ArrSt. Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..8:00 p.m.. .4:10 p.m. ' ...7:24 " Louis 7:45 8:50 p.m. Evansville 2:25 For further Information, call on or address, JOS. S.0DI0RNE, Oen'l Pats. Ag't. Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. Pnw'r Ac'f , Lnnlnville, Ky For preparing t aJvertiserr)ent?f. NOTICE, FRUIT-GROWE-RS! electrotypes and.'cstlmatc3 tho payB us, Fo tho expense of , placing nilvortisomentsnnd watching the fulfillment of contracts wo are paid by a commission allowed by the publisher of tho paper la which tho advertisement appears. Make your order by the lit of October and we will furnish you any kind of If you want to VH.VXT TKimS, , SHEUBSi AsO. nil tho Ins and outs of advertising; without any cost or trouble, read I'lttNTKris' Ink regularly, carefully. studiously; Issued weekly, S3 a year. If you wish n complcto catalogue of all newspapers, send $5 for tho American Newspaper Directory. For any further Information address learn ZACK. GREEN, GEO. P. ROWELL Newspaper Advertising & C., ' Manager llardlniburg Nurcry. HARDINSIJUltfl, KY. Bureau, '10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. haMHaasssm is. rmmxm A lino rnlu fell hero Monday. Guns, guus, guns, guns SulzcrB. Henry Winter. MfBWffNMffipmaiVJ 3dMMSH HES233E3P H TTtTiMT w jmi V? ' if JJtfflfcs I." Wm J. Winter. Joliu M. Gcrnlracger. 9 iflK VkkB Cloaks (I. V. Lares Store. Go to and all kinds of wraps. Snlzcr. .Jordan & Co., the undn takers. and ribbons at cnt. N. Y. N'T YOU FORfiEf IT ! Cloate AND- i s ' Jordan & Co., 1 , for your furni. ture. Both tlio method nnd results when Syrup of Figsia.takcn ; it ia pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and nets on tho fently yet promptly cleansesKidneys, tho sysand Bowels, tem effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fovcrs and currs habitual constipation. Syrup f 'gs is tho only remedy of its kiuu ever produced, pleasing to tho tueto nnd to tho stoniarh, prompt hi its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and nprecnblo its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have nindo it tho most popula" remedy known. iu 50c Syrup or Fi j for and $1 bottles by all leading Any rclinl.Io drug- ist who may not have it on hand will procure; it promptly for anv ( no who Do not accept wishes to try it any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYhuP CO. suh-tance- CJSn$ ENJOYS A big lino of overcoats to select from Sulzers. H. V. Duncan Ih afsming the town for Bob Oeti. Prof. Brown bus commenced his residenco on tho hill. There were eight additions to the M. E. Church South this city last Sunday. David Duneau sold bis flno saddle maro last week to Win. Smith for $105 cash. Tho L. & N. depot at Hopkinsvlllu was burned last Thursday night, Iohs $4,000. Hear it in mind, dream about it, tell your friends about it that wo have tho most stlporb stock of Men's, Hoys' and Children's Clothing in this city. Remember, it was not made in Now York tenement houses, nor was it bought nt auction. No I It vn5 mado right here in Louisville, nnd is tho handiwork of Louisville tailors our own regular custom hands. Wo warrant it to bo far superior in fit, wear and tear, and general usefulness than any other sold in this city. "Being satisfied with big snles and small profits, wo nrc enabled to sell it cheaper than " auc- S J fLJrsfVv ?tbS3xi aB Wrapj. This department is the largest in Cloverport. tion goods." Don't waste your time in other stores, but come direct to us, where you will find honest goods, honest prices and honert treatment. Iruj;-gist- s. - SAN FRANCISC K CAL. HEW YORK, N.Y. LOUISVILLE, KY. PhysicianSurgeon. Ojjke in Dr. White's old stand up ttairs. Dr. J. M. Clayton, GLOVERPORT. KY. Br. S. S. Watkins, Physician Office & Surgeon, j Next Hank. A. door to Brcckcnridge Cloverport, Ky. " Merchant Tailor, CANNELTON, IND. Sutts made to order in tho best style. Perfect lit guaranteed. Orders solicited. J. KIRST, Breckenridge News" WEDNESDAY, LOCAL NOVKMBKuTlT 18Q1. BREVITIES. It pays to buy shoes at Sulrcrs. II its and caps at cost. N. Y. Store. See Goodman & Klein's pumpkin racket. New goods in every department at Sulzers. "Goods must go, call and see us. N. Y. Store. For doors, sash and window glosses go to llammnn's. Everything goes at cost for 150 days only, N. Y. Store. Sue tho big stock of underwear for men at Babbagc's. Mrs. Popbam living on Second street has a very bad case of flux. A bargain in red flannel undershirts, only 60 cents a pair at Babbago's.' Sulzer's cloaks bavo mado a bit, and if you don't get one you'll mako a miss. daughSam, Beavin's littlo twcnyenr-olter, is vpry sick and not oxpecfed to live. Tho advertiser is abroad in tho land and knows a good thing when bo sees it. Are you a good guesser? Now is your time to get inyour work at Goodman & d Klein's. Wantkh To rent a houso or rooms near tho niachlno shops. Small family. Ed. Gregory. Sulzer ia expecting his lamps in this week. Direct from tho factory, newest and latest patterns, be sure and feo them. Charles Hammau is agent lor tho American Sowing Machine Company, the best button hole sewing machine at M. llamman's furniture storo. You never tried DoWitt'a Littlo Early llisors for constipation, billiousncss, sick headache or you would not have these diseasos. Sold by G. W. Short. Miss Lizzie Iticketts is now prepared to do dressmaking up stairs" in tho Old Breckenridge Bank opposito Sulzer's store. Dresses made cheaper than ever before. Tho Cloverport Brick Company sold Inst wcok 150,Q00 brick to street contractors in Evansvillo. They wero well pleased with tho brick and Baid they wero tho best tboy over saw. Bov. S. P. StileH requests us to announce a protracted meeting to bo hold at Union Star commencing next Sunday, Nov. 15. IIo will bo assisted by Kov. Qliufl. Hoyster, of Cairo, Ky. IIo also oxpecta to hold a meeting at Stephens-por- t commencing tho Gtli Sunday. Dr. W. U. "White, Jr., ol Louisville, and formerly of 'this city, died suddenly at Derby, Ind., on Tuesday of last week. IIo was thoro on a professional visit and died of conjestion after an illness of about ten days. Dr. Whito was a lino young dontist of much promise- and his death comes with terriblo severity upon his bereaved mother and wife. IIo leaves one infant son. IIo was buried at Cavo Hill, Louisville. Mr. Owen Raitt, one of tho oldest citizens of tho town, died at his residenco last Monday. Mr. Itaitt has been very fceblo for several months and his death IIo was one of tho Was not unexpected. old land marks-o- f tho place and his shop on tho cornor which lie has occupied contlnously for tho lost fifty years was ... . 41kaf lirv.iu.a Ullll. It. Iliof ..lift uiu mil! Ul tlif. IUO MVUOlll l.nllt II. I....V ,.... of tho city. IIo was a good citizen, lion: est and conscientious in all his dealings and a faithful member of tho M. E. Church South this city.. His funeral occurred from his residenco yesterday afternoon. Hov, Brandon officiating. V Material for the new pavement around tho Cloverport Hotel is biing put on tho " grounds. Buyers aro offering 25 cents a bushel for Irish potatoes across the river at Tobinsport. Geo. W. Jordan & Co., --funeral directors and enibalmere. See us before elsewhere. Capt. AVm. Aid took chargo of the e in this city last Wednesday. A. A. Lalleist is assisting him. Rnv. l'cnrod assisted in a protracted meeting nt Yolvlngton last weekr There were seventeen additions to tho church. Tho Ladies' Aid Society of tho Elm street Methodist church, bad the parson-ag- o insured last week for five years. Amount $800. Rev. W. K. Penrod preached his farewell sermon last Sunday. IIo leaves for Pino Bluff, with his family Ark., his future home. Clayton Crosson, one of our Brandenburg, correspondents was here Saturday. IIo is teaching school in tho bottom abovo Brandenburg, and is well pleased with his school and the people. The city council granted tbreo saloon license at its last meeting and ordered the treasurer to pay off tho school bonds as fast ad tho liconso money was paid in. If all the saloons renew their license, $2,000 of tho bonds will bo taken up. Tho Court of Claims meets next MonA good long petiday at Hardinsburg. tion will go up from this city asking that body to appropriate a sufficient sum to raise tho iron bridge at this place. It is a much needed improvement and the court will certainly grant tho prayers of The bridga is very tho petitioners. much out of repair also and should have attention at once. Tho Sawyer Bros, completed tho painting of Sulze's inammouth storehouso last week, and it now shows up beautifully. It is tho talk of tho town and Mr. Sulzer's enlerpriso is justly and favorably comIt is one mented upon by ovcrybody. of the largest and handsomest business houses in tho county and stands as a living moument to his thrift and enterprise. This town ought to have a fow more live men in it like Sam. Sulzer. The Rev. Wolf, of Evunsville, lnd., who has. been assisting the Rev. Brandon, pastor, of this place, in a protracted meeting in the M. E. Church South for tho past two weeks, to say that Mr. Wolf fills the bill is putting it quite tamo. One would bavo to travel somo distanco to find his superior, and as to equals they aro very scarce. Somo of his sermons would do credit to celebrities of twice his age. If tho Indiana conferenco take a notion to transfer him, ho would bo 'received in this community with warm hearts and open arms. Always use the medicine that will do tho most good, and for kidnoy and liver trouble, Lightning Kidney & Liver Remedy is tho best. Messrs. Gracy & Had-doBarlow, O., says ; "Wo huvo handled medicines of different kinds for years and have never handled anything that equals Lightning Kidnoy & Livor Remedy. One of our customers has been suffering for years with kidney trouble, and has used a great deal of kidney and liver cure, but did not receive much, if any benefit. JIo finally tried Lightning Kidney & Liver Remedy, and will use nothing elso. IIo says ho would rather pay tho price for it than to tako tho other for nothing." For salo by all dealers. New Ideas, jB:ffl ft L ' JULIUS WINTER & CO., 6011 Latest Styles, D pur-chasi- Reliable" Clothiers Louisville, Ky. Nobby Shapes. Vj . ". S- - post-offic- Cor. Third and Market, THE OLD RELIABLE to-da- y BOOT SHOE SHOP IRVING-TON- , T.J. MORRIS, of this place, and am now prepared to do any and all kinds of work in T. J. MORRIS. that lino. I invite my old friends to give me a call. I havo recently bought out McGlothlan Bros., Root and Shoo Shop ' Reefers, Astrakan Capes, Jackets, Ladies New Market, : ULSTEES -:- A nice line of Misses nnd Children's KY. -- : See our New Muffs. :- Furniture The regular and reliable Furniture dealer Is always on band wltu a full stock cluding In- ! Furniture ! Furniture ! MICHAEL HAMMAN, SULZER'S Ono m v half of tho Meade News and "Billy" passed through our villnge Saturday, tho "other half" was probably in Brandenburg at the time. On Beaucbanip's farm is a tenement' building situated right under tlio Sugar Trco bridge and trestle, of tho L., St. L. & T. railroad. This building is now occupied by a Mr. Wcedman. Last Saturday niu'ht Wcedman was aroused about 12 o'clock by tho smell of coal oil and the roar of lire. Springing from his bed, rushing out of tho house, ho discovered a pile of fagots iu tlio chimney corner, saturated with oil and afire. Fortunately he was in timo to save tho house by dashing tho combustible fngote nway, though fio llro had ahcady gotten a tolerable fair hold on tho building. Had tho houso burned tho Sugar Tree Run bridgo If tho object would havo gono w ith it. was to injuro Beauchamp, tho burning of tho hotel fell upon an innocent party, Hcnrv Gibson, for ho yet owned itut the time of tho flrc,though by tho next night it would havo been licaucluunp s. Having failed to accomplished their object in burning tho hotel, the fiends probably thought they would get by burning his tenement building out on his farm. Tlio peoplo aro uneasy and considerably excited, and should anybody bo caught in tlio act of firing another's house, it would bo pretty hard to prevent s banging down thoro in that a Sample country. A man that will go at tho dead honr of mid night and put tlio torch to bis neighbor's bousols a dangerous citizen, nnd tho officers of tho county should uso every means of apprehending tho guilty partice. first-clas- Sewing Machines, CofTins, Burial Caskets Picturo Frames, Trimmings, Etc. His prices shall be such, quality considered, that no legitimate house can undersell him, and he is determined to meet the market, let tlio price bo what it may. Always call on him and ascertain prices beHo cannot fore purchasing elsowluere. Ho means just what lie says. M. IIAMMAN, Cloverport, Ky, be undersold. - vMS 3tVWA-ST?fZ& .. aflTOP' ,ut-- GET THE BEST. Tlio Best is good enough for this. discriminating child. Tlio Best is good enough for the man who respects himself and loves his family. Such a man always wants tho Best Groceries, and buys them of ROSETTA. Farmers can't Jo much this dry weather. Mr. Dqnt Head spent a day. or two nt homo last week. Alfred Taylor and J. T. Jliteham aro farm partners this year. Misa Argon Mercer is visiting her grandmother, at Big Cliffy, Hardin county. Miss Lillio Scott, Hardinsburg and Miss Jennie Warlield, Cloverport, aro guests of Mrs. Ben Hardin. Mr. David Hunt, of Hardin county and Mr, John Cooke, of Custer, were guests of Alfred Taylor Wednesday. Mibs Fannie Ponick and brother, Odel, aro recovering slowly from their long Bpcll of typhoid fever, but Mr. Clarenco Penick is still very sick. Sinking Creek has almost disappeared Mr. Priest has not been able to grind by water power for six months. Kasey & Mercer's saw mill has to lay in tho shade. Mr. Lemuel Dent, Jr. and Mibs IIcsso Bentty wero quietly married at tho residence of tlio bride's father, F. M. Beatty, at soven and a half o'clock. Ncv. George MorriH officiating. Littlo Minnie, daughter of Henry Board near this placo, died from tho cf fecta of whooping cough Thursday morning. Another ono of his children is very low and net expected to live. When tho next wedding comes off wo Thcro is to bo wo will let you know. another, and tho brides all live in a bunch, when that takes placo tho upper part of our road will bo lonesome. At tho last County Union of tlio Farmers' Alliance, Mr. G. T. Merc6r, of this placo was elected delegate to the State Union whirh meets at Flizabethtown Ho left Monday to fill his Tuesday. duties. Our circuit rider preached for us on last Sunday evening to quite an appreciative littlo audience that assembled to We understand ho will w oleoma him. fill tho regular appointment here, nnd wo aro happy to stato that people need not sfay away for fear of disappointment. Mr. Charles Priest and Miss Mattio Blu-se- t wero quietly married at the hour of two Sunday afternoon at tho homo of her parents. Congratulations aro pouring in on tho bridegroom olect at his success in having gained tlio victor at last. Mr. Priest desorves a blue ribbon for constancy, and'ono and all wish them a Tho long,' happy, prosperous future. past wasittormy, may tho futuro becalm. Capt. F. II. Bagby, of Frankfort, was of Miss Cora Richardson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hayncs entertained a number of friends quite pleasantly on tho 2d inst. Mrs. E. B. St. Clair, of Hardinsburg, visited her sister, Mrs. A. II. Wattling-to- n last week. Mrs. D. S. Richardson returned to Louisvillo Thursday after spending a week at home. Miss Etta Parr, of Mooleyvillc, and Mr. R. L. Smith, of Clifton, Tcnn., wero guests of Mrs. O'Ncil Monday. Mr, Robert French and Miss Lillian Crosson were married at tlio homo of tho bride's father, Mr. E. Crosson at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday morning November 4th. Tlio wedding was a very quiet ono only tlio immediate families being present. Tho attendants wero Mrs. Minnio O'Neil and Mr. J. C. French, brother of the groom. Tho brido was very becomingly attired in a traveling suit of blue cloth with groy trimmings, tho groom in tho conventional blnck. Tho happy couple, accompanied by tlio groom's mother, left immediately for Louisvillo Wbcro tlioy spent part of their honeymoon. Your correspondent wishes them success and happiness. the guest :R. IE. J&OO'RJ&JiL.liT, knowing that ho always keeps tho Best that tho market affords and retails them at proper prices. Poor Man's Pudding, full of Plums, Pick 'cm out within the next ten days : Great Western Domestic Hoosier Domestic Hoosier Jeans 5 lbs. Good Coffee -. - 7c" .6c -,' '25c $1.00 1.00 0 - 20 lbs. Granulated Sugar From another Correspondent. Mrs. J. C. Brunncr and Mrs. Claycomb Ground Broke Last Saturday For other Largo Brick Plant in This City. An- CAlMflTV 50,001) A DAY. j jk It Tho brick industries of this town aro just beginning to bo developed. Thcro is not a day passes but what brings strangers to our city from all over tlio country, to examiuo our clays and investigate tho feasibility of the manufactory of vitrified brick hero. Thoro is no question about it being Ono of tlio coming industries of tho country and of tho constantly increasing demand for birck for street Tho domnnd for brick is inpavement. creasing every year and it is bound to bo tho pavement of tho future. Tho Acmo Company which was organized somo timo ago with a capital of $100,000 broko ground hero Saturday for tholr plaxit. '1 ho company will start off with a capacity of 50.000 brick por day. Tlioy wllf also manufacture terra cotta goods. Tho company is composed of IulsviUoiMipitalists with amplo means to push tho ontorpriso, and export brick men which assures its success from tho start. They will put in tho samo kind of machinery used by tho Clover-jio- rt Vitrified .Brick Co. Mr. Hayward, tho gentleman who put in tho dry houses for tho Cloverport CoJipany is lioro and has the contract for tho dry.houses for tho now company. Tho Buoyrus Company lias tho contract for tlio kilns Tho new comand other machinery. pany propose to push tho work as fast as tho weittfior will udmit, and tliis means employment to. a big lot of laborers and mechanics. And this ia not all- - We understand tho Ideal Company bavo their plans in hand and aro now. looking out for maTho big Chicago concern is chinery. negotiating for land and tlioy will probSo ably begin work in tho near futuro. tho Nuwa sees nothing discouraging She's about tho futuro of Cloverport. bound to bo a city of 10,000 inhabitants and not very far In tho hiture at that. UNION STAR. Mr. 110. Kichardson spont last week in Louisville with his mother. Mr, Adkisson. of Cloverport, was tho guest of Mr. C. M. McGlotlfltin Friday. Miss Emma May whp is teaching nt Preston spent a fow days at her homo in Hardinsburg Sunday. Sho was accompanied by Mr. Sandy Hendry. both died last week. " Dovil " John Brown, of Meade county was in town Saturday laughing with bis old friends. Clayton Crosson came down from Bran denburg Saturday to visit his family hero and returned Sunday. Miss Bora Gardner wont up to Lodi- burg Saturday to well, never mind what sho went up thcro for. Squire Jim Sovcrs, this. city, and Tom Murphy, Paynesvillo, continue to trado horses with each other every Saturday. Tho Hon, D. II. Severs was pvor hero from Hardinsburg last week, mixing with his old friends and shaking bunds just tho samo as if ho was not already elected If somebody will kill "Old Janes" oxen before next spring, the people of this vicinity, who raiso gardens and truck patches will present him with a valuablo cbromo. Tho regular Saturday shooting match did not como off hero last Saturday, but at Shiloh instead. Tlio finest marksmen in tho'Slatu live in and around this littlo village. Who disputes it? Ruz Beauchamp was attucked again with his old allllction and had to bo returned to tho Hopkinsvillo asylum last weok. IIo has been at homo and apparently woll for about Uiroo years, and his friends all hope that ho was entirely cured, but such was not tho case. ' About ten days ago, John W. of Piorco, traded for tho Gibson Hotel at Samplo.butiho nightboforo tho day on which tho transfer of tho property was to havo been mado tho Gibson No Hotel was burned to tho ground. causo could bo given for tho flro oxcep't that It was the work of an incendiary, Bcuu-champ, A Card. To my friends, patrons and tho general public. I am not a member of tho great coffin trust, but havo made arrangement with an out sido coffin works whore a man can purchase undertakers supplies without joining or becoming a member of an association whoso object seems to bo to rob tho dead. Wo will add to our stock of furnituro a s stock of undertakers goods that you can purcbaso at reasonable prices. G. W.JonbA.v & Co. first-clas- No. 7,. four hole step stove complete, with - $7.00 22 pieces of ware Stove pipe 12 a joint. ' ' $2.50 Drum Stoves suit, 3 pieces Sixteenth Century Bed-roofor $16.50. A good set of Chairs for m Commendable. All claims not consistent witli tlio high character of Syrup of Figs aro purposely avoided by tlio Cal. Fig Syrup Company. It acts gontly on tho kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing tlio system effectually, and makes no but it is not a cure-al- l pretensions that every bottlo will not Gent's Laundried Shirt Good Overcoat - - .49 $2.50 substantiate. Farmers Institute. Account Farmer's Institute to bo held at Tobinsport, Indiana (opposito Cloverport,) Novomber 13 and 14th, tho Louisville. St. Louis A Texas R. It., will civo reduced rates. Tickets will bo sold for morning trains of tlio 13th only, good to return on tho 14th. Apply to nearest , ticket agent for rates. S. A. Wikei., G. P. A. LAND FOR SALE. Tlila farm lies In Dreckenrldge county, on the head waters of Long Lick anil mile from the L. II. Sc W, ralload, unci li well improved. Will tell ai a wbnlo or divide in For further intract! to suit purcbaiera. formation addren W. W. LEWIS, Owenahorn, Ky. vim ono-halt Don't forget we have the greatest variety of any house in the country. Come and see our New Stock of Furniture and Stoves this week. B. P. BEARD & CO., Kardinsburgj Ky. mm TIRED LITTLE OR NO FEELING, APPETITE, WHISKEY It often uted at medicine, In which cnie the purity of the article li of the greateit Importance. I. W. Harper It a Kentuoky dlitlller of The product of hit Disnational reputation. tillery ti ihlpned dlreot to the retail trade; It panel thrcueli no middle man' handi, to he mixed, colored, and watered. Couiutneri, therefore, have the assurance that I. W. Harper's Wh.liker Is sold In its absolute purity by bis Agents. BEAV1N Sc POPIIAM, Sole Ag'ts, Cloverport, Ky, mnsm NOTHING IASTES RIGHT TO YOU ? wkTHf If po bnv a 30 cent bottlo of LEMON CHILL TONIO nnd wo what a chanRO It will mnko. This Tonic is not only tho Surest Remedy for Chills, but ns n Blood Puriflor nnd Appetiser la Pleasant as lemonndo. Ohlldrea unequaled, cry for 't f , EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED., CLOVEurOKT, T For Sale by A. R. FISHER, KY, Sreckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1801. aavaaavaa.aai - ... If She Were a Minister's Wife. "If I were n minister's wife," the lady in the car was talking loo loud not to bo j. p. harness; (All Hand Made.) Doublo 18 . r ....,.., yrrlMl. CALL AND EXAMINE IIASWELL & ." .- ,..., - GEO.YEAKEL&CO., JUST WHAT EVERY FARMER WANTS BRANDENBURG, KY. THE "you may rest assured 1 would take un interest an active interest in my husband's work. 1 should ray to him : .."Richard, if you want to make a hit noxt Sunday preach short. If'you want your congregation to and larger preach short. If you want to draw them to this church, that church and the- other, preach short. Always preach short. But, Richard, have something to say always! Con dense,, condense and condense, and then have an air about you as if time wurc worth something, nud you could not afford to loso a minuto of it." 'If on a Sunday morning he seemed to ho in an extra amiable mood I would venture to say : 'Richard, dear, don't be all day giving out your notices Don't blink over them and clear your throat and go poking along thruuch them as if you had never seen them before and were pondering them in your mind as you call attention to them ! Don't I beg of you, Richard, read them straight-forwarand then say them" all over again backwards I am not suro but some Sunday I should say : 'Richard, if you get the least bit tedious I shall fuss with my bonnett strings as a warning ! And when you say : "In conclusion," don't for pi ty'B sake, go on until you reach n "Finally," and after that "One word more," or "Just another thought !" I do think it is such a mistake to try to tell all one knows in one sermon." Just then the auditor was obliged to leave the car, but he could not help exclaiming to himself : "What a sensible woman !" It is to he hoped that some day this sensible one will marry a minister. Multitudes of people Could attend Divino worship if they could be assured that tho services would &be of reasonable length. N. Y. Tribune. f 'naE-tlrtin oowl "lv 1ivi I iimhnrrv to ills-" J appoint you about the picnic, but my trotter has a lame foot." That's nothing We've got plenty of Salvation Oil. The Detroit Free Press Fiend has been over-hear- d, grow-large1 - S ONSV --KJROCERIES(Fresh and Cheap.) SUGAR, COFFEE, TEAS (Green & Black), BAKING POWDERS, LARD, SYRUP, OAT MEAL, CRACKERS. All kinds of -:- Financial Question Which Is bothering the heads of Statesmen and ordinary mortals Is u very simple mutter when ou understand It. All one nccU to do I to make one dollar do the work of two, nnd the problem e ii folvcd. The bauty of this theory Is that whci Is the bcl part of it. You'll think so and you M.C the Immciitc New Stock of are ofltrlnif at the prkes. Winter (ood pruc-tlc- STOCK OF SADDLERY - Harness round work up. flat work So Doublo Harness, $f5 up. ' . jre.sKT' single liamess up. hastcmgHarncos, most any (Best Goods.) Gathright Iron cantle 89 up. Fink's Patent Leather tree $10 up. Wo call your attention to this Leather treo saddle, as it is one of tho host in the market. Flat Saddles - - $2.50 up. - - $5.00 up. Kilgoro " DRESSG000S. llnbcl Cloth worth jo tcolrh Diagonals worth 2 15 10 lllack llenrittta Cloth at Novelty Dress Goods, Amnion llroadclotli. Cords, Chevron Camels Hair, Dublin Cloth, Jamestown, plain and pluld, Diagonals, plain Tricot, Serges nd riannil plaids at prices that defy competition. I Granite CHILLED PLOW. arsis m-- i j i.j rents l? pieces ll.uinock Serge at lot wortli Serge nil colors lit opiecus " Air Knirllsh " ii lleil-for- d 11 - FANCY GROCERIES. - $' ftV' , Wc make a specialty of repairing all kinds of - -. HARNESS and SADDLERY. specialty is Best Standard Prints at je . I. .!.. llrMidtxr It. Lottoti at cc. at 5c. 50 piles round thread checks ami stripes All llleach Cotton at Mill pikes. ps ilark I'rcncn (iingnaiiis u jt 10 wortli 15 I lot fancj dark Dress lilnghui We cmy a large slock of Flannels In plain checks and p.alds at lowest prices. jo pr In 4 wniie niaiiKcis hi fi .1 "." 15 Another Guarantee all of our work that loaves the shop. FINK'S PATENT. ALL LEATHER SADDLE. Come in and sec it. 10-- 4 . Jto I.W. " " U All wool hcavv lllankets at 1.50 and upwards. I ens Twilled lowllng at o 1.4 worm iut Une lot Damask Table l.lnen at 14c worth 40c. "M 1,40 " T... i.JJ GIVE us A CALL. .T. d I. HASWELL fc SONS..icv, iiAnuiNriiiuno, worth fi.J.t. i4 Jersey Klannil skirts at 75ccloth at S, 10, lie. Alng line of French Uutlng worth 30 cents. IS Chevron Uutlng at One lot Ladles and Misses Jerseys, sixes 31 to j6 at are worth 75, $1.00 and 11.50. Hose at Sl-- 1 worth i2 a patterns French l'lald, all wool, no two alike ... , ur v.l writ-tlin rents. Kcuthcic gojds If yon want 11 nice and stylish co Hamit.1 skirt patterns at wc worth $1.50. A , it. SWEEPING SUCCESS. Its special merits arc 1st. : vAAAwAvAAAlAAAvAAllAAAgA' wNAvWW,AVSAWWVOW OUR GREATEST BARGAIN. Our new "GRANITE" Chilled Plow has gone to the front with wonderful strides. It is now nn acknowledge leader with nil who U"cd 1 ! 5 '& l'li laist Days nf Klnz J A Patient Mother. Just Out of Great Man. A tourist, who has just returned from country Is ahvliys "jnat out" of Tho Did you over sec u small boy or girl death of tho jwut Lowell, tho Canary Islands, had an interview wo.rin corsets either for that mutter who didn't ask great men. The invalidism of Whitman with King Ja .la ihfow days before his aeuoz. colored white and black at 75c and 8 ' handkerchiefs at 4, 5. Fancy tho perpetual questions ? Don't bnv at otl.cr store;. stJfllluUilnr led death. The exiled king was at that timo CjKO. YEAKII1. and the great ago or Whittier have Of course you didn't, unless you wore many Santa Cruz, and what jon sec adxertleed at pajwrs of late to lament the deeay staying at a hotel lu doubting whether CO. horn blind. was in very low spirits, of Alnerican poetry These great B001S AND SHOES. It was a boy in this instance nud bo their art, we tiro told, will leave ho Would ever see his native land again, the necessary lot mens boots nos. 6 H 7 at i 2; worth a.25 was with his mother in the wniting-roono successors behind them. But great though he had made all uv.v . ..II ......... hp.llv boot bto 10 fi.4y ...... .. Im itln.r ..... J His standpoint of their con- arrangements for his departure. Our Oinn' lloys 11001s no a, 5, ai fi t w.nin of the lhish street station half an hour man. rrom the any successors journey was delayed by tho British ylce See ,ur brand ''All lllgjit" brogans at 98c worth beforo train time. He bad exhausted temporaries, never leave .5Is due to tho fact that a consul, wlio torn mm no must wmi. u u. S, Co., gl ire calf shoe, the best shoe l.i all the bubjects suggested by bis sur- behind. This tho arrival of Major McDonald, the comlilt: miiin... T.3 is not vislblo until ho hits regreat man Unci) hons line shoes and boots all grades at roundings and came down to himself. ceded to a great distitriro. Ho is usually1 missioner of the Oil rivers. lowest prlces. , accurately after lib is" colonial ofllco had exacted from "Mamma," be wild, "why wasn't I n nmtmiroii iin-ttTho .Uldv'S call snoc, iwnnin iiiicu, else 91.75. his being allowed .front lace", $1.24 worth any wheresoldntfi.JSnow I little girl V" wd. After Washington, Hamilton, him as a condition of to create no disAll our lace shoes which were goat fi.20 ilteally, Freddie, I can't tell jou," she and Jefferson died the lament was to return, a promise Wone Hevy unllncd shoes 74cts. n..c.....ro.l ,.,.! .mliirwllir rafanl tllllt the II HO OI BlllieSlUCll uuu turbances. Ho was suffering severely at dysentery, and being conour tlio titno from CLOTHING. "If I'd been u little uirl I would n't passed. The great heroic figures of of a history hail piutseu on mo siugu u um vinced that ho was the victim rofused to In this department we excel all our previous have been a little boy, would I ?", against his life, ho efforts. We h.ne all of the novelties In fine uild left no successors. This lament wits' .-"No, Freddie." worsted black cheviots, diagnonals, Harrison take medicines, hiding himself on the cusslmeres, imported casslmercs rntsM too. when Webster. Clay, Cal . "I couldn't be both unless I was twins houn and Jackson were in the full flush roof or in the cellar of tho hotel at the 75 Suits assorted patterns, well made,S 14 see ; anywhere 7 to goods arc worth hour tho doctor was expected. Three could I V" of their remarkable powers have sold at ! "Scarcely." After these great men had left the days before his death ho was to 40 pair Oents' I'ants, shaded,' at hills for change la 50 been a' little girl, mamma, I Btago of action the lament was again gone to a village on the "If I'd Fall Ovcrcoatsln great variety: that the age of great men had of air, but he refused to leave, saying: Our prices arc the very lowest punning on Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. His wouldn't have beer, a man when I grow- raised Please call and sec us sure, the presidential "1 no go. I had a dream from my fadder. passed To be V" is only gratitude, for all thinking men ed up, would I chair was occupied by an awkward Ho say I be with him'in tree day." & Co., Geo. "No ; you would have been a woman" backwoodsman from Illinois. But Linknow its merits. (Exch.) Tho Psychical society will bo interest"Is a woman a growed up littlo girl ?" coln was called a vulgar story teller, an ed to know that this presentiment BRANDENBURG, KY., dress was a good natnred proved true. Tho "Yes." The Toledo Weekly Blade and Camirresolute, vacillating "Do all little girls grow up and bo man, well meaning enough, but with no suit of white flannels and a long dust paign of 1892. SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. St. Vinexecutive ability Charles Sumner was coat. Ho had been deserted at they had The Toledo Weekly Ulade, the most women 7" in the United Slates senate, but he wits' cent by his wives and servants: Unless they die." prominent Ucpublican weekly publishBy viitue of Taxes due the Common.,.n.i.i a vmliinnrv bookworm, full of sent their luggage on board tne steamer 'flin l'.tit.s Itntia Mn inn '"' ed, is tho only political weekly newsthem to Teneriffe, but wealth of Kentucky and the County of fanatical theories, but possessing no thai was to carrv "Some of them." paper in tho United States that is edited Now wo look staid onshore themselves. When, after Brcckenridge, for tho years practical statesmanship. "Do them that don't grow up to be back to the time of Lincoln and Sumner tbo steamer had started, the boxes were referenco to circulation in and 91, by tho following named with special contain only men V" every part of the Union. It has suband say, "Theie were giants on tne opened, they woro found to parties and for tho years designated. We "Yes, Freddie." earth in those days." So tho world is rubbish. London Kows. scribers in every State, territory and will proceed to sell for cash in hand, on "Will I bu a man some day, mamma?" always "just out" of great men, simply guaranteo Lightning Monday, NovesHieii 10th, 1891. nearly every county of the United States. Wo positively because it does not appreciate a good "Yes, Freddie, I hope so." door in Ilardinsburg, At the Court-hous- e It has always above 100,000 subscribers, see a Hot Drops to euro llux, tiyseuierv it must bees It when "If I growed up to be a woman 1 thing thing n itlong whileorbeforo it can diarrhcao, cramis, cholera infantum, and Kv.. tho following described property or and during a late Presidential campaign good had 200,000 subscribers. People of all wouldn't have whiskers and wear pants, properly estimato its qualities. Yankee nil nnina. external or Intcral. Will rc- - a sufficient amount thereof to pay the l Aside from would I V" nolitical parties tako it. Blade. fund tho money in every case that relief HCVeral amounts of Taxes and costs "No." :,. ,.;,.r.ti wlin 11K01I iii'fonliiii: to ill lUshain David, heirs, for 1880, 90 and politics it is a favorite family paper, havCan't Sleep Nights 1 tract of land near Clifton Mill), for "Why, mamma V" ing more and better departments than rcctions. Can anything bo fairer ? 25 91, 1, page 79. further particular see "Because women don't do those things Is the complaint of thousands suffering and 50 cents. For sale by all druggist. $ 0 N ailbrdcd by papers of small circan be Amount of tax and cost Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. from culation. Serial and Short Stories, Wit Freddie." Brown Thos. Jr. colled, for 89, 90 and Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English Why Tlu-- Cliecr. "Why don't they ?" 91, one tract of land adjoining J. B. (Soldiers) and Humor, Poetry, Camp-fir- e wldch Wimn, Remedy? It is the best preparation "Because they can't." It is not so often that the bandAsbury and costnear Irvington. Amount of tax 13 10 Farm, Sunday School Lessons, Talmago "Oh, just because." known for all Lung troubles. Sold on a plays at the ocean promenade of Sermons, Young Folks, Poultry, Puzzles, llrooks Wesley, colored, fur 1890 and pilgrims to the positivo guarantee at 25c. and 50c. by G. Park treats tho seaside "What's because, mamma?" in 0 traot of land on SinkHousehold, (best in the world), Answers Spangled Banner," but when it 91, bis interest llonleyvllle. Ky., and Witt & "Star ing Creek near What the patient mother would have W. Short, Clovcrj-ort- , to Correspondents, etc., etc. Only one Is furious. Strangers Amount of taxes and cost 10 90 docs tho applause dollar a year Send postal to the Wade, answered will never bo known, for the MeaJor, Ilardinsburg, Ky. aresurpribedatthe outburst until thoy Brooks Clay, colored, fir 1889, 90 and hurried out was Toledo, Ohio, for a freo specimen copy. train was announced and she i..m tiint it whs this band whichwhen at. his interest in tract of land on Sink A Good Catch, But He's Mortgaged. ing Creek near Nevrleyvllle. on tho United States ship Trenton Ask, also, for confidential terms to agents with the kid. Detroit Freo Press. Mr. W. Scott Morrison, of Hawesville, sho was driven ashore in tho cyclone at Amonnt of taxes an a cntu if you want to easily earn a few dollars "Como to mv arms." he said. "Can't' is cortainly a very progressive attorney Samoa, and which strucK up mo naRlsrk Tbulluleoui. belrt, for 1887, 83, cash. of land near Union says she, "I've rheumatis." Get Salvahe tional anthom in the moment of danger, 89 and 90, one tract U Ctaycomb. For some timo so small a town, dnlng John immediately and for tho British frlgato Star, arij of taxes and eost went eliciting cheers from 10 25 Amount The term here given is one which tion Oil." She has bad In bis employ a stenographer, t3 was drifting by. The band is comDurbln Nancy, for 1889,90 and 91, was supposed to have been coined bought a bottle. 25 cents. Miss Hattio. Mitchell, a pretty young that chiefly of Italians, and its memposed of land near Dig Spring. during the lato war. It is claimed Many a homo has been robbed of lady of that town. Sho writes all (?) bis bers aro an unusually modest as woll as ono tract of tuxes and cons.. 10 6') Amiunt however, that it is an old word reand happiness by tho loss of some letters for him, prepares and arranges melodious set of heroes. Philadelphia Hays' Clay, heirs, for 1887, 88, 89, 90 vived, perhaps of Swedish origin, and 91, traot of land near Irvington. lie as it may, there is certainly no dear child, when Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup his briefs, nnd Is now engaged in taking Ledger. , 41 39 Amount of taxes and costs , evidence for him in tho Circuit Court OO word in tho Knglish languageof that would have wived it. atk., School tax and cost on same for 89, 90 Robertson & Jones, Jonesboi-oceratmore forcibly expresses tho action there. Mr. Morrison is a splendid 91 "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure and tain pathogenic microbes which may The Democratic Pyramid. torney, and is making more money than wiito: Hufi's Ben, heirs, for 1887, 88, 89, 00 Pleasant and 91, traot of land near Webster. iiniverwil satisfaction." have found their way into tho blood, IOWA. any other attornoy in HaneocK county. gives totake. No cure, no pay. Sold by Amount ot taxes and costs and 91, one 10 95 administration of Swift's Speciafter the Ho Is single nnd would bo a good catch VIRGINIA. Harwood A. S for 1890 Short & llayncs. fic. Finding this sanguineous medium KENTUCKY. for soino girl. Owonsboro Inquirer. town lot in UewlejTille, known as the If"C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure," Is D, II. lUgsby property. comfort, too warm, so to speak, for their MARYLAND.. 7 85 not tho best remedy you have ever used Amount of taxei,nd costs they skedaddle through tho pores of the Is Life Worth Living. YORK. NEW Hunt J. Q , for 1800 and 91, Tar coughs and colds your money will Do Not skin, leaving the system intact. JERSEY. NEW Not if you go through tho world a dyspep for Spring property, Hated in the name of J. Sold by Shoit & Haynes. only does S. S. S. cause tho elimination Q. Hunt for 1890. tic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets arc refunded. MISSISSIPPI. 58 15 Amount of tax and cost of the said microbes and the poihon pro MASSACHUSETTS. a positive cure for tho worst forms of Also same property listed in the name in rebuildduced thereby, but it assists Dyspepsia, Indigeston, Flatulency and And these went wrong: of Tar 8prlngs Co. for 1891. ing the waste places of the system resultConstipation. Guaranteed and sold by $' 00 Tax and costs Pennsylvania. ing from tho dovitali.ing nnd disintegraG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt Cross Harrison, for 1889, 90 and 91, Nebraska. afores tract of land near Uevfloyvllle, ting effects of the & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Colorado. 20 37 Amount of taxes and costs said, Ohio. 1887. 88, 89, nisbr Marearett. furllewleyTille. 90 An Owensboro Boy. Treatiso on Wood and Skin diseases nnd 111. tract land near I lopkinsvillo Kentuckfan. 14 49 costs v Richard E. Queen, patentee of tho mailed free. Fcrfocttr Well. Sept., 1589, Amount of taxes and 188U, 83, 89, 90 Ross Mallnda, for FTLLUoftE, DnbuqUe Co., la., known remedy, Syrup of Figs, SWIFf SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. A T T f Aro many of tho count-iiu-- 1 widely 01, tract land near Webster. Ulaa K. Flnnigan writes: My mother and le,w '"Itrobes which 7 90 and manager of tho company that now sister used Pastor Koenlg-- Noryo Tonlo lor and 1 Aotnunt of taxes and costs NovI fest tho earth. Their des- makes 2,000,000 bottles annually, is an neuralgia. They are both perfectly well now Our Little Men and Women for SlpesHobt, fr 1890 and 91, tract of Tonlo. and norer tired ot praising tho o truction is great, as they destroy life in Owensboro boy who went to Reno, Nov., land near Dig Spring. ember reaches us with as warm a Lia Veus, New Moxico, July B. 1830. lo 00 Amount of taxes and costs old of human beings annually. fifteen years ago. Ho visited his as usual. "Tho Busy B's in tho thousands When I was yonng ray mother had a bad 1887, 88, 89, heirs, mo her bosom becaUso I ahe Good Penny Returned" The only limitation to their devastation homo last weok, for tho first timo in fright and and gave hours after I had tho nrst an Scott's O. W., of land for Webster. "How a near ami 01. tract two was crying, Koonlg Nerye 7 55 of disease. "How Did They Know?" about Katy's is food to feed on. They produce count soveral years. Uopkinsvillo Kentuek- - attack hasheart mo much Pastorand has bad the Amount of taxes and oosls good done Tonlo JilUOEIj A. GUE1UN. Whltworlh llrlght, traot of land near jam exploit, "Such a Story !" "Tho Lit- ies diseases as malaria, scrofula, eczemea' inn. dealrod otfoct. Z4 41 aatQtild, Amount of taxes and costs MnTntr.Tnw. AtV.. det. 13. 1800. tlo Fighter," and "Thanksgiving Din- cancer, contagious blood poison, etc., etc. Young Lee, colored, balance on 1888, For four years my stepdaughter was subjoot small but numerous ner," are delightful ; while'," Wo Three," Tho remedy for this A medicine to meet tho public favor to eplleptlo Ats, and tho uso of 1'astor Koenlg s 39, 90 and 91, tract of land near Irving17 65 and destnietlvo fore, is to expel him must necessarily have merit. Lightning Nervo'lonlo gave immediate satisfaction aud ton. Amount of tuxes and oosts "Wo Four," and other beautiful illustrasince she oomiuancwl taking it sho has not bad Ben M. Taul, for 1889 and 90, one tions aro charming drawn. For our boys from tho body by tho uso of Swift's Spe- Hot Drops has been beforo the people the Bllgbtest symptoms of the disease. lay Ten Ebl. medicine tract of land In Breckenrldge county, soe and girls who have just learned to read, cific. S. 8. S. will route him out com- for several years and has grown in de- tautblt thank, to D. B. 42, page 85. pletely, and forco out also tho poison mand each year. Mr. J. L. Goodwin, of 1b tho hist magazine that could bo pro30 "0 it r-Vuluablo Boole on Noryona Araountof taxes and cost behind. Besuro to Lima, S. C, Bays: "I havo been bell- L !! 17 AJUuo sent lteo to anyddra. which ho has left I vided. Sl.CWayear. I). Lotlirop Com al L. N. 8mith (Thos. II. Bates, agt.J, obtain and oor pstienu can get tho genuine. Do not let any ono put ing patent medicines for a long timo and I ltL.lL this inetllcliio trco or clmreo. for 1889 aud 90, tract of land in Brec- kpany, Boston. AnrlitiyA pnuntv. vuo ivo.j.u4 remedy bsa iieen.prepsreu uy eVnco off on you a substitute or imitation. Send have handled nearly all kinds, but havo PaSor Xoenlg. ot Fort .Waino, tad. tK. 8 88 Amount of taxoj and costs JsnowprepareiunderhU direction by the A Duty to Yourself. for our book on the blood and skin. ntivur found anv remedies emial the cent, will bo added to all these Six per KOENIQ AlIED. CO., Chicago, III. Lightning Hot Lightning medicines. SWIFrSPECIFIO CO., Atlanta, Ga. It is surprising that people will uso a Wo aro also preparing lists when sold. BoIdbyDruBKistaotSlporDotUo. O for 85. a largo list that will soon follow HiIb if common ordinary pill when they can Drops aro wonderful, and bos no equal." He Will Collect the Interest. secure a valuable English 0110 for tho All druggist Bells it and want you to try Ijinroaiio,l.75; OnotUesforSO. the taxes aro not paid at onco. same money. Dr. Acker's English pills "Now this is an event of interest to it just onco to see. 25 cents and 50 cents Respectfully, BULL'S facilitates TeetMtiy an and me," exclaimed Staggers, glancing up bottlo. Guaranteed to relievo or money aro a positivo euro for J S.DKjKaNKTTK. EBY SYRUP all liver troubles. They aro small, sweet, from the nowspapcr. refunded. easily taken, and do not gripo. Sold by "What is It?" asked his wife. Babylatid for November is out. "How G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt "A company in which I am a stock& Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. holder announces a dividend." De- the ltaby Named Herself" is a charming I tfLs0Sfll0HMHMBMV w I QHHilqimrtHra for "To My supriso. Tho littlo love-sontroit Freo Press, Mrs. Jefferson Davis has decided to Kitty," Is a sweet awakening from an bur dear little iljuuliter was tcrtlMy sick, liavo tho body of her husband Interred unhappy dream j wbilo tho tots lost In llrr bimils were bloated as h.iril us a lirkk, tho snow, and tho darling sighing for a in the Hollywood Cemetery, at RichWe fenred she would die mond, Va. watch in exebango for her doll aro deGrniii nrills, Firtillecr Cement, Mich Till wc linpnened to try Cures Coughs, Colds, I I'lcirv's I'ellets they curid lier reinurkalily lightfully drawn. The touching stories, iKiin Plnstfr. Silt. Limfl, Coal Oil DUL-lW Bronchitis, Croup, fueling quirk. tho funny jingles, and tho lovely pictures That by he Brr'l. Plantar Hair, Lightning Never bo without Pierce's Pellets in of Ikibylaud fascinate us more and more. stays with Impure blood. & Blood Mlxir will thoroughly renovato tho house. They aro gentlo and effect- No better investlinent for 50 cents for Consumption, Binirc-c- w I? 1 J .I. ltftvna (Viniiimntlv.o I). Lotlirop Company, " .. . tho system and destroys nil blood Impu-- . ive in action and givo immediate relief tho entire year. j cts. At anP druggists. Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring alporsons. Prico i!3 It makes in cases of indigestion, bllliousncwi and Iloston. rifles. It will mako you eat. Orders acways kept on- hand, They do their work and WhUkey Kablt tho weak strong. Plensant to take. All constipation. at home cured companied by cash prompt Go to Short & Haynea fpr "0. C. 0. thoroughly and lenvo no bad effects. druggist sells It. Prico 75c. ISook of par ticulars sent FHKK. Smnllcst, cheapest, easiest to take. Ono Certain Cough Curc,"vit cures coughs, ly filled. H.M.WOOLLKV.H.I). colds and all throat and lung diseases V)iy, Whltriiall Ht Buy the Monarch shirt, It Ih thfl best. a dose. Best Liver Pill made. t6-da- y mas-tefs'- . - 2nd. 3rd: 4th. 5th. Gth. 1 A .- Perfection in outlinennd shnpp. J Great turning capacity. ' ' ' combination of metal, hard, yet tough. New Patent adjustable slip heel, for compensating wear and giving suck or pitch to plow. Runs' steadily and is very light draft. Each plow has one point for soft and another for hard dry , .' soil. ....,.. 7th. With all its advantages it is sold nt the same prico as ferior Chilled Plows. in- jy con-snlra- Prices and Description of Avery's "Granite"' Chilled Plows. number: 14 .V 15 10 10 i 17 TURNING CAPACITY. "-- ., PRICE. t Yeakel 7 to 3 inches. it 8 " 9 " 10 a 10 " 114 inches. " 11 " 13" $5.50. 0.50. 8.00. 9.00. 9.50. 10.00. v 's 18 12." 14 " Right or Left hand. . A Trial will convince every Farmer o its Merits. ' -- B. F. AVERY & SONS., Manufacturers, .,t LOUISVILLE, KY. D-- D srissssssl i!ssssik Bv' JBraMaBsOgslillsttisWMMsgWssssWM Ck. Jl'ssssssV 1 E-- sunshine p3 J 10 inicro-otgunisin- aJ CKFr MSBS HH fcS& a Price 50 cts. For Sale by A. R. FISHER. sfsasaslissaMSBsssssBt wol-com- H CJB jf iiM IGHTftlNS mmmi firyri MAM 6R K&ST fS cnrm-IMc PaiV SYc J PB RlUtlll lAT7rt CROUP (o. HV ljh t fJRE LiHU $&g?2 (VW rck-f- t. Rlcr7W-TAYLMED- im&MI c.f m'i. iNfrwraaMMfc: g?y M' "BUIillj'l .vvuni lsff -- ffH 3ffiS&t.fs of is a scour ittg soap which has no equal tfH7 IV AP0ii? solid handsome cake o MIMilslHl J ?C M GREGORY & CO., for all cleaning the wash-basin, laundiy-T- purposes except in use it is Vo value it-mat oil-olot- Reapers anil Mowers, Poplar Shingles - o.OOUGHSS --s . . Dill t will SAPOLIO dot "Why it will clean paint, mako briuht, and trive tho floors, tables and shelves a now" appearance. It will scour take tho grease off the dishes and off the pots and pans. You can The tho tin thingtishino brighUy. the knives and forks with it, and make even the eroasy kitchen sink will be as cloan as tho bath-tub- , Be a a now pin if you use SAPOLIO. Ono cako will prove all we say. Pine mmv?mA$. these is but on sapolio; MORGAN'S SONS CO., NEW YOHK. ENOCH oeuiH with-outiial- o. BRYANT & STRATTON Business College WHITE FOR OATALOQUEANO FULLlNFOnMATIOM.t,VUIO 1Q1 VI La 1 IV I In Est J ItfY P