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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 brc1892010601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. :?')WB a tw1"! rrNBtt'S, ; '? DON'T EXPECT Tort much from your Jilvctllsc-min- t. One bullet never conquer-u- d an army. Keep shooting Hvrny thruugh the columns ot the THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1892. Grip's Greeting. Washington Letter. I Examine the Label On tlili Mier and sea how yoil t.iml. Tl U Is not put In the shnpe ofn dun, (or we don't need money, but the fellows we owe do. and we'd like to satlsly there. VOL XVI. I am I, a grippe t Orlp, for short, Hut I (ret there just the same And the way I NO. 23. EVERY MONTH get there j Shows a gratifying incrcaso in tho amount of Exchange and Custom work wo aro doing, and EVERY DAY Brings encouraging words from our customers Thoy invariably say Knocks the stuffing Out of the annals ofpathology I I am no respecter of persons, And silk, or s.itln, or broadcloth Has no more Influence with me Than a width of Drown muslin has I I lay for the woman Who runs nround barchendcd Or thin shod And the way I swipe a man Without an overcoat Is perfectly astonishing t The air Is fulll of me ; And as a microbe Incuhator I may say, without fear Of successful contradiction, Thnt 1 am beyond compctlon I I've (rot a corner on the I finnan system nt present, Give me some more of the same kind," And that is what wc aro doing fast as possible. If you have not tried at once, and sumriyrypur-sel- f us, ' U with tho do-8- And I'm working it For all it's worth I I and the doctors Are having a pfcnlc. With the doctors ' (letting all the gate money ! Jlowocr, I'm not in it ' For boodle, And I don't care a ruts Whut I'm here for. People find out when they take me . And there's no telling How many have found nut Irl the past few weeks. It's a cold day When I get lert, ,. And we are not halng Many cold days this winter, Hence Hut why multiply words J You know me, And if you don't you can learn All you want to know lty reference to the families Whichand in which, ; Best'Elour ' -:- -:- -. - AND -:- -:- - - 1 Meal m Wo Manufactured in tho Btato. any day in tho servo you promptly week. If you want to buy Flour Dr Meal, send us your orders. Prices quoted on application. Respectfully, i 1RVIKGT0H KilLLIHG CO., IRVINGTON, KY. ? i Geo. Yeakel & Co. BRANDENBURG, -- : KY. We're been asked that question' a hundred times lately by penplo who bought ntouritoro, goodj they wore uied to paying double the money for. Hut don't waste wonder. We g t tho goods honestly, paid good money for them and they sre ours to throw away, give away We or sell away under our regular prlcft. ebooie to do the last, you owe It to yourself to come around und slock up at these unheard of prices' ; How Can We Do It :- - CIolBinJ life to secure Over f) The last chorea of jour coats at your own rice. 1 lol Men's overcoats w'h $15 00 r.d'd to ?10 00 ' 7 90 10 00 ' j 1 1 1 i t u i. 00 ' 6 00 .1 6 00 .i " AT 3 40 1 90 98 h Geo. AUCTION PRICES Yeakel STOCK & Co.'s, TIME. UNTIL TAKING I lot Men's suits w'h $18 00 reduced to $12 50 C 00 ' 12 SO ii 1 7 SO a 9 00 " I ii 4 98 " 7 50 1 Ono lot nMjadlei' fine shoes wortb $3 00 $2 49 Iteduced to One lot nf Ladles' fine shoes worth $2 50 1 08 Reduced to One lot of Ladies' fino shoes worth $1 75 Ono One One One Ono Ono 1 24 Ueducedto lot of Ladles' fine shoos worth $1 25 OS lleducod tu If t of Ladles' heavy shoes worth C9 $1 10 Reduced to lot of Men's boots to close worth $2 90 $1 00 reduced to lot of Men's boots to close worth 98 $3 00 reduced to lot of Men's boots to close worth 1 SO $2 50 reduced tu lot of Men's sample boots to close 1 25 worUT$2 50 to $5 00 reduced to... 1 We "Dress Good5 nan are offering fomethtng fine in Dress fjoods which can not be found at any other house They compose tho remainder of Fine Ureas Goods bought early In the season and must be told. You will never have another such a chnnce to get nice Dress and get It cheap. They will not not lnc long. Come early If you want choice ft 4GEO. YEAKEL & CO. nilniwunuuu -- . . - - . yikk W. D. Howells, Qoorge Herldlth, Andrew Lang, Bt. Oeorge Mlvart, Rudyard Klpllngi R. Lonls Btoventon. . Has secured durlngl892 u, iiiaer uaggaia, Norman Lockyer, Uen&n Doyle, Hark Twsln, J. Chsndlsr Harris. William Black, MaryE. Wllklni. W. Ularittuneiii francos Hodgson Burnett And many other distinguished writers. tho Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in world. copy. By mail $2 a year. Be. The Sunday Sun AU Price r""!riII, slIfV ff0W York. Tho means of locomotion for getting about Washington is different from any other place 1 have over been. Tho town is supplied with cable cars, two electric lines, regular horse cars and a vehicle which I call a street car's cousin. Thero aro two lines of theso cousins. Ono of them is called a carctto and tho linid Not excelled by any twenty-fiv- e cents a other a herdic; the only difference in ment, Salvation Oil, tho appearanco of the two Is the way bottle. had got ono get In or out. Theso strango things P. T. ltarnum thought that ho aro pulled by horses and havo no tracks, tho nineteenth century boom in Jumbo, they run upon wheels like n wagon and lint ho foruot the crcat excitement caus Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, go from ono side of tho street to tho ed by tho sale of other, as fate or bad driving may throw tho peer of cough remedies. them. Tho faro is tho same as on tho With tho goods and tho prices to plcas'c all. Our stock is complete in every line. Our line of cars; all tho various lines sell tickets The Mud Road Tax. and strange to say. ono ticket is coorf on A dispatch from Burlington, Iowa, any line for any part of tho city. printed a few days ago, stated that it THE CITV LIOHT. would take a million dollars to offset the Painful to relate Washington still losses received by the merchants, ship- clings to tho old gas for street and houso pers and farmers of Iowa in tho two lighting. There is not ono electric light Consists of all tho latest Btyles and kinds. weeks previous on account of tho fearful anywhere near tho Capitol grounds, al. blockade prevailing. In Iowa, though tho press gallery of tho House is mud Missouri and Illinois the country roads illumined by both gas and electricity. 0333333333333333033333333 in mud, and farm- There aro a few of Edison's lightning have been hub-dee- p ing communities have been virtually strewn along Pennsylvania nvenuo at padlocked on tho farm. Merchants lost inconvenient distances, but ono might by tho cutting off of tho holiday trade, say that the whole city is lighted by gas. and farmers by inability to market their VISITORS TO THK products. Yesterday thero was an excursion of Tho importance of country roads to 000 femalo school teachers from Penn' the business of tho nation is not proper- sylvania, and thoy all visited tho Capitol o ly recognized. "Wo talk about the at the samo time. Thero was not a transportation on our railroads and pretty one among them. It is a noticesteamboats, but it is nothing to what is able fact that tho further east one goes hauled over our country roads. Thero the uglier ono finds the women. Out of in D are counties in this and every Stato in town visitors to the Capitol will average rH which tho mileago of the country roads ono hundred a day tho year round, and lrftfwpMaf 1 is greater than tho mileago of all the none of them over see tho big building ' railroads In tho State, and any two or thoroughly. Thero aro about 400 imthreo of our averago States havoa milo-ag- o mense rooms, all filled with costly picA i of wagon roads equal to tho total tures or statuary, and to examine It all block-ad- o railroad mileago of the world. A carefully would require an entire day, C- of this extensivo system of roads by and very few pcoplo' spend CO over an thaws or rains, such as wo have at cer- hour. tain seasons of tho year, causes an imTho city has been fearfully quiet durmense loss to trado and tho increased ing recess of Congress, and very few peoCi5 -- : :- cost to farmers of hauling their products ple havo ventured out of their homes. roads is enough, often, to take over bad It is said to rain oftener and harder oil all tho profits of their business. LadyoptiibIIouse Do you still Hko our Charter OalcStovo aswell aswbenwa hero than anvwhoro nlsn inthn pntintrv. Hrst tot it, Mary ? somo concerted effort has Of late years DKiivAirrwun, oTcry cit as wen, ftia'nm . but in half hour aftor a heavy rain ono been expended with a view to securing would not know It. Tho street aro as an improvement pi our wagonroad sys- smooth and solid as marblo and mud is TVlro Gatixc Oven JUoora makes It so much easier than othcrstoves I have been used to. An interesting convention was something tem. and I have so much moro time to mako everything Just right. Just look at that rolll I nevet unknown except in tho dishavo bad luck with bread, blicults or cake, now, . held in Atlanta some years ago to names of a few people who aro' hero Iadv op tub House Why. how do you explain It? cuss tho subject and enforce attention to seeking office. BjtBVANTWell, I don't lmvo to watch everything so close for fear It will burn. You know how carelul you havo to bo with a I ak d o:istant. It Is so apt to bum on top before It is baked it. Similar meetings havo been held in through. The Charter Oak bakes It perfectly without any danger of burning, And then In W. S. Steiiuktti:. societies havo been roasting a turkey. I don't havo to keep baitlnr It every five mlnuU-s- . Pennsylvania and It roasts beautifully brown j"'" loiminnw un. Aim yon Know now crisp m .iV """" i. organized to promote road improvement, A Family Reunion. biscuits ro without beingu'J'",b hanTand "i " tough. Von afw.iys praised my biscuits, but If It waw't for '. tho wlro gauze oven door I know thoy wouldn't o near ns nice. I hopo I'll never havo to cook 0333333333333333333333330 but tho farmers, who aro primarily most A reunion of tho Burdett famllv oc anywnero again whero they haven't got a CharUr Oak Stovo orZKanno. 0333333333333333333333333 interested, aro slowest to move. They curred at tho residence of Mr. Tom Buraro more absorbed in schemes of public dett on West Main street. It was his $c finance which will opcrato to smooth Bovonty-thir- d birthday. His twin broth tho road of money from their pockets to er, John, from Evansvllle, and older shrewd speculators than thoy aro in brother, Hichard, aged 70, from Clover-po- rt plans to smooth tho roads over which wero present. Thero wero thirtv of Wo aro now closing out our lino of their products must go to market. tho members of the family present, and tax which tho farmer pays for the occasion was a very pleasant Tho one. mud roads is greater than all tho taxes Otvcnsboro Messenger. government combined. ho pays for Louisvillo Commercial. Uncertainty may attend business venholow cost. 40.1-40- 7 tures and enterprises ; but it never at' tists tell tends tho prompt administration of Dr. All things go cheap for cash, and especially our THEM FORCE us now that tho best and Bull's Cough Syrup. Prico 25 cents. way to ctiro diseases of the "My soro ran in tho niglit, and my blood and skin is to forco out through soul refused to bo comforted." "Poor tho skin tho microbes or germs which fellow of course it tHd. Pity, ho couldAND C3-- 1 produce disease. In this matter, Swift's n't get Salvation Oil. Only 25 cts. Specific has been about sixty years in ' ; From I to 600 horse power. He Quit Then. advance of medical scienco, as it lias for "Yo seo, nuuun," explained a demoralcuring blood that length of timo been Wo must closo thom out by fall to give room for our DO GENERAL and skin diseases, by eliminating tho ized contraband at the front, "I was of drivin a ambulauco when it musket ball germs and poison through tho pores came and killed my liorau; aud don tho skin. S. 8. S., docs this effectually, pretty soon tho shell como along, and ho safoly and quickly. It Is entirely a veg- "blow my wagon all to pieces aud don I etable compound, and' harmless to tho got off." most delicato child. Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, Speaking about kidney and liver Mr. W. O. Cuutis, editor of tho Meck- troubles Mr. James Bonnes, Girdles, Wo expect to handle a lino of goods this fall that cannot bo surpassed. Cane Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. lenburg News, at Boydton, Vn., says Ky., says: "Last summer I suffered Koop in Stock Now and Second-han- d Wo havo on hand also, a splendid lino of Machinery, that ho has been entirely rellovcd from from pain in my back, and troublo with Stoam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Belting, an abscess which formed in his throat, my bladder. I had to bo up frequently and caused intense pain, almost choking at niglit, and my rest was not enjoyed. Iron and Wood Tulloys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, him. Ho could not swallow solid food, I heard of Lightning Kidney and Liver , Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine OUb, Como in and givo us a trial, and got a bargain in something and was iu a most painful condition. Remedy, and purchased ono And all kinds of Mill and Machino Supplies. bottle, and you need before this opportunity is gone Ho says that ho tookonly threo bottles, aftor taking samo according to direcV Respectfully, . & PRICES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory, and that it effected a complete euro. tions, I feol well. In fact, I can say It is Treatise on Blood and Skin diseases tho best medicine that evor went ' Correspondence solicited." down a ' mailed frco. human throat for kidney and liver diTJTS HAMJINSBUBG, ICY. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. seaseFor salo by. all dealers. I have worked! Mighty few of them Don't recognise me socially, " And Curse me For all the crimes In the calender) Hut I nln't saying a word. I simply Let her go Gallagher, And she goes LlkeShoell N. Y. Sun. Nkws Buiikait. WashAs tho time for good things has just passed with most people, your readers may be interested in what ono can buy in the National market if ono has money. In the afternoon beforo Christmas I started down to Central market to get a supply of information. I found n now Industry beforo I arrived at tho market. Tho public square was lined with country people, I mostly negroes, who wero selling mis- ceuar trees ana outer evergreens fresh from tho forests j tho streets wero covered with these, greens and gave out tho appcaranco of spring; small bunches of mistle-to- o sold readily among fashion-ahl- o purchasers at twenty-fiv- o cents, while tho littlo cedar trees and wreaths brought from fifty cents to $2.50. These rural folk sold overy branch they had went homo happy with quite a snug sum of Christmas money, or its equivalent. Tho market house covers nearly as much ground as tho Capital and is tenanted by probably ono hundred and fifty different merchants. Thero aro never fower than 500 purchasers, mostly women, in the building and sometimes thero aro 1,500. Here ono can buy any thing from a bear to a swamp rabbit: anything from a green turtlo weighing 1,000 pounds to a dried minnow; undressed turkeys go at sixteen cents n pound, quail at twenty-fiv- o cents each, sago lions at $2.00 a piece and common-- 6 very-da- y chickens at 1.50 a pair. One can find anything ono can think of in this place but everything is high. It is a disastrous fplaco to husbands whoso wives carry tho family purse. BnKCKEN'nmoK 5, ington, Jan 1802. FOR A GOOD SMOKE ASK FOR THE iie-io- c, THE SiiiPfew iMiaTTiF'.A.o'nrcriEsiBiD IT EQUALS ANY 10 CENT CIGAR IN THE MARKET. EQUALITY CIGAR TELLS Ofet, .. -- ' CITY TltAXSTOUTAaikV. HETTERMANN BROS., 801 & 803 W. MAIN STREET, high-price- L. E. SHANNON, Gen. Traveling Agt. LOUISVILLE, KY. ARE SANTA GLAUS IS HERE ! AND SO WE ! FURNITURE TOBACCO, f ,' 0 SPECIAL. ton-nag- RICE, m) 171 u I fipv.l iy'V vv SODA, SHOT. .'';; , : W-'- powder! loaded shells. MEAL. ELOUR and SUGAR, K COFEEE, MOLASSES. I HENSLEY, JOLLY DEJERNETTE, FARMERS SUPPLY HOUSE, HARDINSBURG, KY. iIMI . HARRY GUENTHER & BRO., East Main St., OUT-Scien- SUMMER LAWNS 1 - 'BUST GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC, 3sr:rus&- BUSINESS. NRW STOGK OF1 GOODS. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE Drugs and Patent Medicines WITT ME AD OR, y ''' GIVE A.O.A.IjIj: . a?i "S V " ' SAO . - WU" - , Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JANUAUY 0, i- - 1802. The Republicans of Paducah havo had HARDiHSBURG a hard time settling down on a Postmaster. Capt. Ed. Farley has finally been V. U.IIAIIIIAUI! appointed. L, H. &. W. DEPARTMENT. Kit SKBS&BSaiW It or Tit INO D. O0I1SO WEST. Eveiiy now nnd then n ruffian gets in it Passenger Dally nrr. Uardtnsburg..l2:42 p.m. .4, ,t.V his work on a town marshal. The latest OOIKO IABT. 1.., St, I,. Ac T. Local Time Curd. victim was Marshal Taylor Vise, of Passenger Dally nrr. llardinsburg.. 7:50 n.m - ," 1. 10.01 a.m. Mall and Express going Knit to death by 10.44 a.m. Sharpsburg, who wa3 stabbed " " " West Godfrey Haswell is on tho sick list. S.57 p.m. a negro, Express ' East 9.4B p.m. " West The boys had a world of fun Christmas 11.19 a.m. Loo, freight " East 41 It is said that President Harrison is Miss Jane Brooks is visiting in 10.0J a.m. " West considering tho namo of Judgo William Lindsay, of Frankfort, in connection ' WATER WORKS. XI Miss Dora Hcnslcy is visiting relatives with the vacancy on tho Interstate Comin the city. O The destruction by llro on Now Yrnr's merce Commission. Judgo Thomas Adkisson has been sick morning of tlio old Fisher tavern right v. Os tho thirty-fourt- h ballot tho Hon. for several days. in tho heart of the city and tiio narrow Master Roscoo Severs accompanied his cscapo of the whole business part of tho W. M. Moore, of Harrison county, wa3 to Frankfort. pity, west of Clover Creek, is a warning nominated by tho Democratic caucus for father Old man Sam Bland is very ill and not Green II. Kellar Speaker of tho House. stronger than any words, of tho necessity was nominated for clerk and James K. expected to recover. for water works nnd a firo system. -:- Stono for assistant clerk, John Stuart enMr. Anion KinclieloS was at lmme last Usually a high wind adds to the danger rolling clerk, Robert Tyler sergeant at week from Louisville. from fire, but it proved our salvation in this instance. It blew tho flames away arms and J. 0. MoWliortcr doorkeeper. Miss Nannio Board, --ol Garfield, was from and saved Adkisscn's livery stable. Tho next thing will bo tho appointment visiting hero last week. If tho stable had gone, nothing could of committees, nnd then tho Kentucky Tho railroad company aro putting up have saved tho Perrigo dwelling and Legislature will get down to business. stock pens at tho depot. grocery store and "Witt & Conrad's shops. Rov W. B. Snced is holding n protractIr is nonsense for newspapers to begin These would havo burned tho Ilrecken-ridg- o Gross's ability to repre- ed meeting at Fair View. Bank and Fisher's drug store atid discussing Gen. Miss Mary Henderson, of Webster, was hall, and where tho firo would havo stop- sent the Fourth district in Congress as if t AS ho had had no political experience and visiting hero last week. solid characped, no man can tell. Tito making his debut. Thcro aro Mrs. Buzhy nnd her two daughters aro ter of the bank building and Fisher's was just drug store, being metal roofed brick few men in the district who have given visiting relatives in Indiana. buildings with iron fronts, enabled them more attention to politics within tho Our merchants report that they had a to rcstot tho heat sufficiently for the past ten years than Gen. Gross; and ho big trado during the holidays. is certainly as quick to see n need and bucket brigade to save them. Clerk R. S. Skillman was visiting relaAll this was plain to every observer. devise a means as any man, as his record will show. Besides his knowlcdgo of tives in tho country last Friday. n Uy tho merest chance, a general Miss Mary Board was visiting her destroying property amounting politics ho has a good knowledge of men to hundreds of thousands of dollars, was and that will make him a power in the friends and relatives here last week. race for Congress. Judgo Milton Board and daughter, Miss averted. Irene, went to Frankfort last Friday. How easy tho fire in the old tavern Ohio City ok As vo soil our stock at cost from now until after New Year, call in County Surveyor Bcavin will occupy building could have been dampened State ovLucas County Toledo, j ' the houso vacated by Dr. J. K. Hayes. and price our goods, you will bo sure to buy from Goodman it Klein. if any, down, and confined with little, Fka.sk J. Cheney makes oath that he danger to surrounding property, if a few is the senior partner of tho firm of F. J. Miss Martha Gardner is visiting her streams of water could have had play on Cheney & Co., doing business in the aunt, Mrs. Joseph Wright, in Louisville. IRVING-TON- , it. And how absolutely certain it is, if City of Toledo, County and State aforeTlio railroad company has a lady oper I have recently bought out McGlothlan Bros., Boot and Shoe Shop it hnd been nny other building on Wall said, and that said firm will pay tho sum ator at Falls of Rough station, Miss Roqa of this place, and am now prepared to do any and all kinds of work in street that was burning, that it could not id ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each Morris. . CLOVERPORT, XY. ... y that line. I invito my old friends to give mo a call. T. J. MORRIS. havo been checked in its mad career. every case of Catarrh that cannot Miss Annie Gardiner nnd Miss Mary and Xo arguments arc needed. Opposition bo cured by the use of Hai.i.'s Cataiihii Bowmer wero at homo to spend the to a system of water works is only THK ANNUAL IlAXQUKT OF TIIIC HARDIN'S- SAMPLE. holidays. Cum:. nuna risn and game cluii. FRANK J. CHENEY. Mr. Estcl Sutton has been promoted as After we are all burned out, then we Tho Christmas treo was a success. The most elegant social event hero of Sworn to before me nnd subscribed in head book-keepfor Rassincr's Hotel, is the wisdom will have them. Such Mrs. Lillie Miller is on tlio sick list. banquet given at of December, Louisville. tho season was the my presence, this 0th day usually displayed by municipal go em- A.' D. 1SS0. Beard's Hotel last Friday evening, by tho Miss Addie Jolly is on tho sick list this Mr. Roscoo Severs has been appointed inent. . , of tlioiIardinsburg Fish and week. , A. W. GLEASON, a pago in the House of Representees at members steps to as Let the city council take Aboiit sixty invitations Game Club. Notary Public. Frankfort. Rev. Singleton preaches hero next Sun certain the cost of a good system. AVe wero sent out, nnd covers wero laid in tlio dry at 2 o'clock P. M. Mr. Joseph Adkisson has qualified as spacious dining hall of the hotel for fully Hnll's Catarrh Cure is taken internalhave competent men in our midst to do Miss Cratter Pate, llardinsburg, is visthis work. Then go at tho work in a ly and acts directly upon the blood and administrator of the estate of Allen J. that number of guests, if not more. The iting relatives and friends. business way and adopt the best means mucous surfaces of the system. Send Adkisson, deceased. supper was a substantial repast, tho to provide the water orks. All talk for testimonnls, free. Mr. Clyde Carwilo, Glendcanc, is visitTito young folks spent quite an enjoy tables being covered with most everyF. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. able evening at tlio residence of Mr. B. thing that was tempting and rare to tlio ing relatives and friends here. about not being able is silly. If we are able to have tho property, we nre ablo to BSTSold by Druggists, 75 cents. F. Beard last week. Miss Ida Payne was the guest of tho appetite of tlio most fastidious. One atprotect it. Mr. John W. Miller came down from tractive feature wero tlio dishes of quail Misses Payne, Lodiburg, last week. The Leap Year Hop. W'c need not listen to every adventurLouisville last Saturday and will spend a served. Tho club in anticipation of the Mrs. II. C. Gibson has returned homo One of the most fashionable and bril- few days in the city. er who conies nlong and proposes to do affair had killed eighty or a hundred. after a visit to friends near Cloverport. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE the work taking nil the advantages to liant events that has occurred in this The members of the club presided and The llardinsburg brass band was out Mrs. Hayncs, Cloverport, was tho guest sensible and busi- city for a long timo was the Leap Year himself. There is a FOR THE Now Year's eve night and gave the town waited upon tho guests as they arrived of her mother, Mrs. Hunter, last week. ness way to do things. Find out what hop given in Fisher's Hall last Friday at the hotel, supper began at 8 o'clock an elegant serenade. Rev. Snead preached a very interestwo want and the practical way to get it. night. It was the long talked of event Tho dining room 10. Mr. J. II. Lennin went to Guston last and lasted until ing sermon to a small audience Sunday. and an elevation in of tho season, and as a matter of courbo Wo have the river, was appropriately decorated for the ocMisses Jennio Baker and Lishea the city. We have the water in abund- was looked forward to with a degreo of week to attend the County Meeting of casion, tlio hunting garbs and outfits of ance and tho pressure to throw it oer pleasure by both young and old. When tho Farmers' Alliance. Wheeler. Union Star, attended church pormembers being placed in different Mr. R. R. Pierce was hero last Wed tions of the room. These with n stack of hero Sunday. the highest buildintrs. Lot us quit cack- the young ladies take a hand no such ling like geese as we have been doing. word as fail is known to them. It is not nesday and qualified as administrator of arms placed at a sido entranco gavo a Mr. Carlton Adkins has returned from The Best and Cheapest Family Journal In the United States. Wo want water spouted, not the idle written in tlieir vocabulary. Snow, rain his deceased wife's estate, decidedly pleasing effect to the surround- Now Albany, where ho has been for breath of a pack of ignoramuses on the and sleet docs not in tho leabt interfere Willie and Charlio Baker, who wero ings. Tlio tables wero nicely arranged several months, streets. None of us know what we are with their plans or prccnt them from here visiting last week, have returned to and over tho center of one was suspendMrs. Gils Gibson and daughter. Miss talking about and never will know till carrying to n successful issue whatever their homo in Ohio county. ed in gilt tho initial lettersof tho club, II. Pearl, spent several days last week with they have in hand. we take the proper steps to learn someWith the most perfect nowa gathering machinery, niul with correspondents in Mrs. II. O. Phelps, of Louisville, ar- F. and G. C. Tho whole effect was very relatives in Dry Valley. It snowed, it rained, it poured, but the rived hero Monday to spend a week with pleasing and contrasted admirably with thing. The council should not delay in every section of tlio lmbitiiblo globe, tlio Wkbki.y Hbium is enabled to luy boforo Miss Lillio McQuady left Saturday for inaugurating "a campaign of education." young ladies were thcro in all their her sister, Mrs. J. D. Bceler. the surroundings of tlio occasion. When Jolly's Station, where she will take its readers tho latest intellijjenco and most entertaining news from every city and beauty and dazzling loveliness. There country in the world. Thcro wero fourteen teachers hero last tlio guests wero all seated, the President charge of tlio Pea atoh John G. Carlisle, refering to beaux were there too, dressed in the The reputation for freedom and independence which it has required during tho Saturday for examination before the of tho club, Mr. Morris Eskridgo, in reA very sad accident happened to little height of fashion making tho occasion the Farmers' Alliance says. The many years of its prosperous career will bo maintained sponse to the toast, Tho llardinsburg County Board of Examiners. Lillian Adkins last week, sho fell off one of the most brilliant and pleasing "is the legitimate child of the Fish and Ganio Club, gave a brief history a wagSn, broke Old man Henry Blair, the noted her left arm above tho party. It is the offspring of events nnd one that will not soon die in a nnd detailed -and fur man, died near here last of tho organization, elbow, and bruised it very badly. 1892.-Dr. tho Republican tana" idea that the out in the memory of those present. some of tho exploits of its humorous vein White dressed the wounds. Everything was provided to make the Thursday, in Wild Cat Hollow. Government should take care of all busimembers in tho field with dog and gun. Wat Lennin was in town n few days Tho next speaker was Dr. II. C. Mosely, ness enterprises that can not or will not occasion a splendid success, which it was. You don't want a torpid livor. You The hall was handsomely decorated, the last week. lie is now foreman in tho who in a rcsponso to the toast, " take care of themselves. This Governdon't want a bad complexion. You don't ment is not an eleemosynary institution, lirown Pros., furnished tho music and hoop polo shop at Hodgensvillo for M, Prosperity" fittingly nnd elo- want a bad breath. You don't want a nor does it pretend to remedy business none can furnish better, handsomely Skinner. quently spoko of the occasion and ita headache. Then uso DoWitt's Littlo failures. Although some farmers have printed programmes and order of danco ORIGINAL ARTICLES FARMING AND GARDENING, ON PRACTICAL Tho llardinsburg Bank reports a very surroundings. Remarks wero made by Early Risers, tlio famous littlo pills. for years reveived low prices for their cards with their dainty cordsand pencils, encouraging increaso in business for lust other gentlemen present to the edificaPROGREST IN SCIENCE. WOMAN'S WORK. & Haynes. Sold by Snort products, they are far better oil" than a splendid luncheon served in the most year. Read their statement in another tion nnd delectation of the whole comAND SERIALS STORIES BY THE BEST AUTHORS. SHORT Dr. Frymire,'of Pellville, accompanied exquisite taste, in fact nothing could column. their fathers were. I was born and LITERATURE AND ART. WIT AND HUMOR. pany. by his two daughters, Misses Ada nnd brought up on a farm and until I was have been added to more effectually enAND INFORMATION ON ALL SUBJECTS. NEWS FOR VETERANS, Mr. Eli Pile and Miss Florence Payne The llardinsburg Fish and Game Club Lotitin, went to Louisvillo last Wednesnineteen I worked on a farm in summer hanced the pleasure and joy of the light were married at tho bride's residenco has but fairly commenced its career, but and went to school in tho winter. Dur- hearts and winning faces of thoso pre- near this plnco Thursday week, Rov. L. it can be truthfully said that at this tho day and returned Friday. Tho stamp of Purity and Truth in Ideas, Stoiies and News will bo stiictly ing my boyhood there was scarcely a sent. C. Campbell officiating. Tho young first reception given by them on their maintained. Statement of the Condition of the Indeed, 'tis true, as an old timer re- couplo left immediately for buggy or pleasure curriago in tho counTexas their first annual reunion, there was displayed marked it was the nicest affair that ever try. The farm products were carried to future home. a bit of eleganco and genuine hospitality market on wagons drawn by oxen and took place in Cloverport. Send all Subscriptions to Tho llardinsburg matter did not reach seldom witnessed in a plnco of this size. At Ifartlliikbiirg, Tho costumes worn by tho ladies were my father used to haul his wheat and of the club wero all prestho paper in time for publication last Tlio members At tho oloso of luslnois DecoiaLcr 31st, 1691. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, miles to market in superbly elegant and in tho latest stjles tobacco twenty-onTuesday, becauso tho letter went to ent nnd aro as follows: Morris Eskridgo, kisourck;. this way. It took 1dm two days and and fashions. The gentlemen too, ns wo Louisville instead of going Beard, NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD, NEW YORK CITY. direct to Clo- D. II. Severs, C. L. Beard, P. M. Notes and bills dlsrounto.l $74,025 34 nights for every load. Now many farm- have before remarked, were dressed in verport. 3,5117 SO Hereafter our matter will havo C. E. Haswell, W. F. Hook, T. J. Hook, Dunking houso and lot ers' sons and daughters in Kentucky the height of fashion, nnd as a young to 1,478 50 J. B. Cox, Clait Beard and T. A. McGill, Fixtures find furniture bo mailed on Monday morning. Duo other 12,504 56 Do not fail to Subscribe now for havo their own horses and buggies or lady said looked perfectly lovely in tlieir Jr. Tim iMifsts nresent wero as follows : Cush Iromhand banks on (5,109 05 Most overy lnborer down tho branch carriages and at any meetings of Ken- swallow tails, low cut vests and patent-leaththo Dr. N. C. Mosely, Morris B. F. Beard, camo up hero last Thursday. There pumps. you will see great numtucky farmers Total, $U8,315 04 and wifo, O. L. Beard nnd wife, wero about n hundred of them and a Eskridgo HEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD, Tho following were tho costumes : bers ot handsome turnouts. I.UlHf.lTIFS. C. E. Haswoll and wife, Clayton Beard, Miss Lila Adams, Lewisport, black laco number of farmers in tho bunch. They stock $ 25,000 00 wife, Louisvillo ; V. G. Capital pink trimmings. Due depositors had plenty of money nnd dropped several J. E. Wright and 0V.407 72 Tun election contests in New York Miss Ila Richardson, Louisville, red Babbago and wifo, II. O. Phelps and Undivided profits 3,847 32 hundred dollars among our merchants. reveal tho fact that even the new secret silk. Withers, Misses wife, ijuisvilloj T. II. Advertising pays. Miss Mamie Duncan, Haweswllc, 98,315 01 Total, ballot may be used fraudulently. There Lizzie and Katie Eskridge, J. E. Monarch pink silk trimmed with ostrich feathers. I, M. II. Heard, Cashier of tho above named Tho Christmas treo given at tho Bap- and wife, Miss Mary Board, Miss Eva I.ATB ALEXANDER'S HOTKI., are many ways in which tho ballots can Miss Lucilo Steirett, Hawesville, cream do solemnly that tist church was a success in overy par- Hensloy, Mr. M. 11. Beard, G. P. Miller bank, is true to the swearof my the above statebe marked by County Clerks. They nuns veiling. ment brst knowledge and THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND M. II. UKAIIO, Cashier. Misss Eva Young, Morganfleld, rjd ticular. Tho presents wero numerous and wife, Miss Blanche Beard, J. D. bell-- f. mny be marked so as to bo counted for Subscribed and sworn to before me this, the and but few children left tho houso with- Beeler and wife, Jesse Eskridge, Miss Rates $2.50 Per Day. opposed to tho voter's princi- silk, jet trimmings. tho party Miss Rose Crittenden, cream out something. School Superintendent Mary Bowmer, Miss Maggie Guthrio, Ed. 1st day of Janu try, 1892. ples or marked so they are not counted silk velvet trimmings. Frankfort, Cor. Jefl'erson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousJmo. P. Hashrli., Notary l'ubllo. at all, tho offending officer not being Miss Norris, Louisville, street cos- James Miller played tho part of Santa Beard, Frank Board, Mr. Jcsso "Whit-wortLOUISVILLE, KY. Claus, to tho satisfaction of everybody. endangered in either instance. It is tume. Misses Lydia und Mattio Weston, W. R. LOGAN, Manager. Miss Kato Oglesby, street costume. board Every citizen should have a good word II. C. Board nnd, wifo, Miss Ella Smith, now suggested that a A. W. Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. Miss Titia Hall, ciepe de chene. bo appointed to examine tickets after Of the Condition of the Miss Lizo Hull, black net over yellow to say for his town at tho beginning of Miss Mamio Smith, Frank Haswell and llardinsburg is a good wifo. Amos Board. Juduo N. McO. Mer tills New Year. they have passed through tho hands of silk. Miss Fox. bluo olaine. point for business, nnd it is strange you cer, Miss Tida Mercer, P. Morris Beard, tho Clerk. Perhaps the old way was Miss Katie Poyd, white lace over bluo always hear boiiio fellows running her AT CLOVERPORT, KY. tho best after all. Miss Ellen Foote, "Will Lennin and Miss silk. At the clore of business December 31st, 1891, out as a dead town. Whenever there's Nora Smith. Miss Luella Nowsom, princess dress of any trado wo como in for our shnro and AISKTS. Tun daily accounts published in the pink albatross and chiffon. LITTLE OR NO APPETITE, Miss Pearl Miller, bluo silk. Notes and bills dlso't'd $151,119 02 tlio peoplo know it. newspapers of railroad accidents and tho What's tho boiiso What is Good Baking Powder. Hank fixtures nnd 'urn'ture Miss Minnie Murray, cream albatioss. then tor the chronic kickers to bo always 2 572 25 sacrificing of ao many human lives by NOTHING IA8TES RIGHT TO YOU ? It is n well known fact that carbonate Ilnnklng house nnd let 3,335 14 Miss Lafayette Ijillcist, cream china . kicking. Go to work and give us n rest. of ammonia is used by bakers in tho Overdrafts them, has now ceased to startle tho aver-ag- o silk. 1,287 59 R3 35 Tf ro liny a 50 cent bottle of LEMON OII1TL Tho following marriage licenses wero preparation of the finest and most Suspended debt reader. A few years ago it was Miss Lnla Owen, pink china silk. 25.881 01 TONIO nnd &20 what a change it will make-- . Miss Aleino Murray, cream silk. issued for December : Thomas J. Hen-dric- k wholesome bread nnd cake, and has DTds otherwise, but now to take up a daily Duo from Hanks 35,271 35 This Tonio is not only tho Surest Itemedy ot Miss to Georgia A. Kennedy, Bernard been from timo immemorial. paper and find that tho most prominent chene. Nannie Murray, pink crepe do 19,735 3Q It is Cash on hand Chills, but as a Blood Purifier and Appotiseria bit of nows given is not an account of n Children PleaBont as lomonado. uncqtialed. Miss Maggie Uowrncr, whito gauzo Hirshbcrg to Estolla Evans, Villous II. among tlio oldest and at tho same timo $239,67m Total, cry lor 't Matthew to Louisa Dalton, Win. Sahlio most healthful constituents of baking railroad smash up is something over bluo silk. LIABILITIES, Miss Llaio Skillnum, figured china to Annie Tin ins, John II. Smothers to powders. It is all evolved in gas by tlio Capital stock There, to is tho American EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED. $ 45,100 00 105,987 58 Laura B. Millor, Eli Pilo to Eloronco M. heat of tho oven, and leaves no traco Deposits fund Congress sitting at Washington and silk, chiffon trimmings. 22,000 00 The gentlemen present were Messrs, Payne, Stephon D. Lloyd to MaryE. of itself in tho food, nnd it is this that Surplus A. state Legislatures assembling all around Undivided profits 4,529 40 Brandenburg, Jack Lon. Morcmen, inDividend No. 35, 4 per cent, duo us and not onco do they call for an Young, Morpanflold, D. Culbertson Her- Sawyer, Allison Glasscock to Delia K, gives it its great valuo ns a leavening January 4th, 1892 1,80100 CLOVERPORT, KY. vestigation into tho careless manageon. Orville Skillman, Jcsso Owen, Jus. Bradley, Charles Spencer to Dolia Dugin agent in tho opinions of tho physicians. Funds to pay Taxes 250 00 Sklllman, Walter Smart, Chas. Moorman James N. Sapp to Annie McQuady, Cal- Now York Journal. ment of railroads. Will Bowmcr, Fred Fraizo. Ernest Bab-bag- vin Elder to Artie N. Stono, Daniel Total, $239,071 01 LAND FOR SALE. For Sale. James Fisher, Jno. Warllold, Frank of I, A. I). above Tills farm Ilea in BreokenrMgo county, on It is an established fact that DoWitt's namod bank Skillman, Cashier that the above is the fifth timo Mr. JameB E. Boyd, Walter Straffer, Leonard Oelzo O'Connoll to Jennie R. Askins, Paul E. Tins do solemnly swear the ttie head wntert of Loni; Lick nnd Frost to Mary E. Claycomb, George T. Littlo Early Risers havo an enormous statement Is true to the best of my knowledge tnllo from tbe L. II. & W. rnllond, und U well One thoroughbred HoliUln lull and thro Stone has been elected Assistant Clerk and Hal Murray. Tho chaperones wero Mr. and Mrs. II. McCoy to Sarah E. Ilnyncs, Win. M. salo, and why 7 Simply becauso thoy and belief. A. H. SKILLMAN, of tho Legislature Mr. stono has always Improved. Will tell as a wbola or divide- In thoroughbred Uerkshiro liogi, males. For V. Duncan, Mrs. Eliza B. Taylor. Mr. Uashler. tracts to suit riurclinters. For further Inacquitted himself with tho grcntcst cred- and Mrs. W. G. Smart, and Mr. and Mrs, Hngor to Mugglo WeBt, Milts Drnno to aro pleasant in taking nnc' happy in particulars and prices addrecs Kcv. Tliuriuart Subscribed and sworn to before me, this, the formation address Sold 2d day or Jan. 1892. A pill for tho multitude. Cius. II. Skillman, it, nnd is regarded as tho best reading H. A. Oelze, Dr. and Mrs. V, M. Smith Salena Drone, Ralph IWdson to Mary E, W. W. LUWIS, N 1 H. C. vim Dougherty. and Mr. Clms. IS. Skillmun. by Short & HnyncB. Owentboro, Ky. Htcliardson, Cecllnn, Ky. clerk in Kentucky. & VIHOIL O. nAllIt AGK, Editors and Proprietors. TIME TABLE. u "VEST IFOIEB rt. ,V O-- TO Pure Groceries m Hi Prices Always Right. THE OLD RELIABLE FOB Boots and Shoes, Clothing1, conlla-gratio- T. J. M O R R I S, BOOT SHOE SHOP ' Hats and Caps and Gent's Furnishing Goods. Goodman & Klein, KY. I'l -- H892 NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD post-ofllc- e. sang-digg- er DURING- THE YEAR - SPECIM. FEATURES FOR THE YEAR. Bank of Hardinsburg K), e' er lOULaEH W W I ML AM) e, IMPROVED. h, STATEMENT Breckinridge Bank, ,SBESsfc mm TIRED FEELING, i autfflfK rtt plic-nomin- For Sale by R. FISHER, e. one-lin- lf 9m WHfflMBW nmmn'Ufwwtt . Dr, J. M. Clayton, Physician UJjice Surgeon. ttair. in Dr. White's old ttand up OLOVERPORT, KY. Dr. S. S. Watkins, Physician Qkick & Surgeon, Nixt door to Breckenridgo dovcrport, Ky. 1nnki A. Merchant Tailor, GANNELTON, IND. Salts mado to order in tho best stylo. I'erfeJt fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. J. KIRST, X Breckinridge WEDNESDAY, LOCAL News. 0, 1802. JANUARY BREVITIES. yesteryes- Jailer Slnton was in the city terday. day. Charlie Klder went to Louisville Miko Popham went to Garfield yesterday. "Dink" Gregory is running as third clerk on tho Guthrie. Go to Jordan & Co., for furniture and coffins. Bottom prices. Miss Bcttio Bowmer returned to her school In Louisville yesterday. Mr. J. C. Tell Jr., was tho guest of Miss Lafayetto Lalleist Sunday. W. J. Burko has resigned his position at tho shops and gone to Paducah. G.AV. Jordan & Co., take charge of bodies and prepare them for burial. Miss Itoso Crittenden, of Frankfort, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Murray. Jim Hughes is visiting his old homo and friends. Ho now lives near CincinRov. M. E. Parish will preach at tho Baptist church next Sunday, morning and night. Mrs. J. M. Bell has returned to her homo on tho hill, after a two months slay in Hawesville. Charlie Moorman, who was at homo to sScnd tho holidays, returned to his school in Virginia Sunday. Mr. Joel Jordan, Bowloyville, was in tho city last week tho guest of his nephew, Mr. Geo. W. Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Brashcar, Owens-borwore visiting her sister, Mrs. Jen-niJabine, at tho Clovcrport Hotel. o. nati. Dr. I'M Hayes' family arrived last week. Go to G. W. Jordan & Co., for undertakers supplies. Miss Forrio Hardin, of Holt, was in tho city yesterday. Mayor Picrco has moved into tho old family homestead. A real snow was fulling hero yesterday ovening. G. W. Jordan &Co.,givo "lliclr personal attention to furncrals. There arc a numbor of cases of grip in this city, nono of them, however, are scrioue. Miss. White who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. G. Harris, returned to her homo in Detroit, Mich., yesterday. Down with tho coffin trust. Buy your goods from tho Independent Undertakers and Furniture Dealers. G. W. Jor. dan k Co. G. W. Wincholl has set up a saw and grist mill over in Tobinsport and wants orders for lumber, laths and meal. All orders filled promptly. Hon. D. II. Severs our representative gets only ono placo on tho committees, that of claims. Ho was for Meyer, which accounts for his being left out. Mr. J. T. Smith and wife, of Fords-villare both reported very low with 1p. grippo and their recovery doubtful. Dr. Moseloy, of Hardinsburg, was called to seo them yesterday, Our experience covers many ills, many pills and many bills. Our ills are smaller, our pills are smuller and our bills are sma'ier when to use Do Witt's Little Early Risers. Sold by Short & Haynes Tho Children of the Elm Street Sunday school wero treated to u very delightful candy-pullin- g last Thursday night by the ladies of tho church. The children were .highly entertained and for onco had all tho candy they could manage. Ignorance of tho merits of DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers is a misfortuue. These little pills regulate tho liver, euro headache, dyspopsia, bad breath, consitpation and biliousness. Sold by Short & Haynes. e, BRANDENBURG. Herudon Porter was in tho city Sun- mmmmmmmmmmmammmm Henry Winter. Wm J. Wlntor. Johu M. Borntraegtr. day. Mrs. Emmitt Alvorton, Woldon, died Friday night. Bill Gerry went to Gnrncttsvlllo Sunday to sco his girl. Stop at tho Howard Hotel when you como to Brandenburg. Barney Worlond, Irvington, is sick at Judgo Henry Gough's. Marrying llko tho la grippe, was an epidemic hero last week, W. G. Wood, tho Madison, Ind., cracker man, was in tho city Friday. Proc. Malin, Ashland, spent the holt-dain tills city with his parents. Uncle Jimmy Patterson, Guston, is nt Judgo J. W. Low1b'h, tliis city, sick. Hugh Ditto camo down Sunday to sco tho folks at homo and his visiting sister. 'Fquirc Frank Ditto is sick in Louisville at David Fairleigh's, his Mr. J. A. McGehco has been sick for several days and is not yet able to bo out. Jailer II. II. Harrington is sick witli a combination of la grippo and rheumatism. Two elopements from, and ono to, a littlo town liko this is glory enough for ono day. Col. W. M. Ditto has thirty young lambs to start tho new year with. Can anybody beat that ? Ed. Yenkel's boy w cighed 13 pounds Now Year's day. Ho will bo a voter in twelve months more. Miss Mary Pusey returned to her school in Louisville Sunday night, accompanied by her brother, Dec. Judgo John T. Scott, who died at Tcrro llautte, Ind., last week, was a brother to Mrs. John W. Richardson this city. G. II. Grinncll, who has been sick with billions fever, was out in town again Sunday, tho first timo for more than a week. Mrs. Hay after a lingering illness died on the morning of tho 27th, ult. in this city, and was taken to Louisville for Bon-in-la- r if wear and Off Now ! Leap "We " . . Year r 5 And for the year 1892 resolve not to be humbugged by fake clothing dealers, as you have been hereto fore ; but when you need anything in the way of Men's, Boys or Children's Clothing come direct to us press our suits on tho public with renewed vigor this year, because it is open to everyone to make a YOU WON'T REGRET IT, We thank our thousands of patrons throughout Kentucky and Indiana for their liberal patronage during the year just closed, and as we intend to treat you as cleverly in the future as in the past, we expect to see you all again. Proposal Rejected IT2TO We make ours knowing that it will not be 3 Julius Winter & Co., -- Because we offer the best goods in the market at low and more than reasonable prices, therefore we have 601d Reliable" Clothiers Louisville, Ky. Cor. Third and Market, WE ARE OFFERING GREAT BARGAINS IN THE FOLLOWING LINES OF. Fear of the Public refusing such a chance, but aro confident that both our goods and prices will be warmly UNDERWEAR Men's Scarlet Shirts and Drawers. Men' Fancy Vertical Striped Shirts and Drawers. Men's Gold Mixed Ribbed Shirts and Drawers. Men's Fancy Striped Shirts and Drawers. WRITE FOR PRICES. Accepted SULZER'S, OLOVERPORT, KY. A New Year's Fire. burial. D Furniture ! Furniture Tho regular and re- o Mrs. Dr. Robards, Central City, who has been visiting Rev. "W. 0. Brandon and wife, returned homo yesterday. Mrs. Eliza Burks, Louisville, passed down on tho train yesterday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Tyler, at Owensboro. Mrs. Lizzie Gear who has been spending tho holidays with her sister, Mrs. "W. G. Smart, returned homo last week. G. W. Jordan & Co., tho Independent Undertakers, don't belong to tho coffin (rust and will sell you coffins at a reasonable price. Miss Ida Weisenberger, who has been homo spending tho holidays with her parents, returned to her school at Siberia Ind., Monday. ''An honest pill is tho noblest work of the apothecary." DeWitt's Little Early Risers cures constipation, biliousness and sick headache. Sold by Short & Hayncs. Miss Alma Ashcraft, of Irvington, who was visiting Miss Ella Witt during tho holidays returned homo Thursday, Miss Ella accompanied her. Mrs. J. D. Babbago has been confined to her room with la grippo sinco her return from Louisville, where she was called to sco her father who was also ill with tho Bamo disease. A trial convinces tho most skoptical. Carefully prepared, pleasant to tho taste. DeWitt's Cough and Consumption Cure is a valuable remedy. Sold by Short & Haynes, A now rollor for crushing tho clay has been put in at tho brick plant and works to perfection. Ten thousand brick were turned out yesterday in less tlir.n three hours. Payno & Co., have purchased tho lot recently sold by Mr. Vest to Ball man & Frank for $1,200, an advance of 200 y and will build in tho spring a brick business houso 35x100 feet. statement of Tho third semi-annutho Bank of Hardinsburg, Hardinsburg, 'is published in this issue. Tho affairs of this institution show a healthy condition and a prosporons business for tho past six months. For a young bank tho statement makes an admirablo showing and it "will bo road by its stockholders Wo and friends with pleasure. tho manacomont und especial ly tho clover young man at tho head of tho institution, Mr. M. II. Beard, cashier, on his wiso and successful administration. Tho Bank of Hardinsburg, young in years, is solid as a rock, ably managed and is building up a business and a namo that places it in tho front ranks of tho financial institutions of tho co'untry. two-storto Tho old Fisher building on the comer of Wall and Elm streets was burned down on Now Year's morning. It was mi old frnmo building and has been used for several years as n tenement house. Tho causo of the fire was a defective fluo which run out from tho cast end of the building, the sparks from which fell on tho roof and set it a fire. When tho fire was discovered tho greater poition of tho roof was in a blazo and all efforts to extinguish :t wero fruitless. A heavy wind was blowing from tho Bouth and it was thought for a while that Fisher's drugstore and tho Breckenridgo Bank building would surely go with it. Tho only thing that Baved them was their metal roofs and iron fronts. As it was thoy caught firo in several places and it was with tho greatest care and watchfulness that thoy wero saved. Bowmer and Hamblcton's large building on tho north-wecorner, was also in great danger and great fears wero entertained for its safety. A perfect shower of sparks wero falling all over it and but for its iron roof and brick walls nothing could havo saved it. Tho BiuxKEN'Rinai: News building was also exposed, but not so much as tho other buildings, tho wind blowing in a favorablo direction for it. It was heated pretty hot though, and along with its neighbors pulled through all right. Tho main business portion of the town made a very narrow escapo from total destruction and overy body is thankful that it was no worse. If firo had broken out in any of tho buildings near by nothing could havo saved tho town. Tho Fisher houso was on old building and of not much value only for rental. Tho loss on the buildiug is estimated nt about $1000, no insurance. It was tho property of tho James Miller citato, Dr. R. L. Nowsom agent. Tho following families occupied tho houso at tho timo of tho firo, nono of whom lost much except Mr. G. W. Bishop, who lost everything ho had in tho way of clothing and household goods: W.'r, Embry, Geo. and D. V. Wilson, G. W. Bishop, John Pheland, Mat. Lock- ard and tho Singor Sowing Machino Co. st , statement of tho Brcckonridgo Bank, this city, appears in another column and makes a very creditable showing for this old and relia-biinstitution. A 4 per cent, scmi-an- nual divlden is declared and a handsome sum is added to tho burplus fund. TJio statement shows and incrcaso of business und profits over tho last six months Wiso and with abundant resources. judicious management has been tho rulo of this bank from its inception, and tho consequenco is, tlioro is not a mora solid institution, or ono that ranks higher among tho banking institutions of the state than does tho Brcckenridgo. There isn't another bank in tho state, outsido of tho largo cities, with a more perfect syBtcm than is found in tho conduct of its business which is also a credit to its management. ThQ semi-annub N. E. Reese and wife, (nee Julio Ditto), of Columbus, O., are visiting Mrs. Reeso's parents, Mr. mid Mrs. J, K. Ditto, in tho Lower Bottom. A largo crowd of people were in town Monday, County Court day. Tho principal cases of interest wero contested discs for tavern license, with tho privi' lego of selling liquor. Will Schwcn and Mr. McLawrcncc, of Brook Haven, Miss., who have been visiting their aunt, Mrs. J. A. McGehco, have returned to Bowling Green, where thoy nro attending school. Tho county union of tho F. & L. U. mot at tho court houso Saturday witli jiibt six enthusiasts in attendance. The thing has about "petered" in tho old Democratic county of Meade. Jack Groves, of Erie, Ponn., and Miss Mattio Powell, this city, camo into the court houso last Thursday tho 31st, inst. procured licento nnd wero married in tho parlor of tho Hftward Hotel, tho Rev. Hayes officiating. As fast as ono person gets well of la grippo hero another takes it. How much longer is this thing to last ? Tho last fow months havo been tho most busy season within the history of Dr. Pusey's long and extensive practice. Lcslio Durbin, Bowling Green, and Prbf. W. A. O'Bryan, Cecilian college, brother-in-laand brother of Supt. If. A O'Bryan, this city, spont tho holidays hero with their brother and sister, tho clever Superintendent and wife. Mr. Mayhan's baby is sick. Tho samplo room was enlarged and tho sitting room was lessened at tho Howard Hotel Saturday, by moving tho petition further toward tho front. This was quito an improvement. Misses Ada Powell, Frank Conway and Mattingly, threo of Meade's handpassed through tho some school-marmcity Saturday en route to their schools in tho west end of tho county. Thoy went by boat. A happy Now Year to you. Wo wish to thank tho public and our friends for their very liberal patronage Our sales for tho holidays wore the biggest in tho hiatory of our house. Accept our hearty sons. thanks. Hero's wishing ono and all a The women wero out in full force. Yours truly, succeasful future. Geo. Ycakel & Co. Everybody's glad tho old building is gone. Tho holiday week was celebrated by Everybody in tho West End thought tho young folks of this social littlo city it was tho News building. by two grand balls in tho Opera House. Every glass in tho front of tho Bank Tho first was on Wednesday night, music building are broken Bavo one. by Bodonbtott's or somo such a namo as This is tho second narrow escapo Clo- that band. Tho second Saturday night celebrated music by Schwicnbtien's vcrport has mado from a big fire. Both entertainments wero orchestry. Dr. Watkin's offico mado a narrow esattonded by tho clito of tho city and vicape, It was on firo soveral times. cinity together with many visitors from Tom Wntkins stood guard on tho roof elsewhere. of Bowmer & Humble ton's store houso. Tho only disturbance in town during A quilt in tho room over tho Bank tho Christmas holidays was caused by formerly occupied by Eli Simons, caught Georgo Wardrup from Breckenridgo firo from tho sparks. county, who camo into town, got drunk Tho window frames in Bowmer & and was spoiling for a fight, when ho Hambleton's front caught fire froih tho tackled John Miller and got it. Ho was sparks but were promptly put out. arrested, tried, and sentenced to twenty Somo rubbish and old boxes in front days in jail, but after remaining in jail of Payno & Co's store caught fire and for two or threo days tho judge suspended tho Bcntcnco and lot'him go homo, created a panic in that direction. Several panes of gloss in Fisher's drug where ho should remain, if ho can't behave himself when ho gets out. store wero broken out by tho heat. s, JNO. D. BABBAGE, OLOVERPORT, KY. fico by that accommodating ofllcial. An elopement in this caso wis not nt all necessary as both tho contracting parties havo long been of a marriageable ago and as far as anybody else cared they could have married long ago if they had wanted to, but they just wanted to do it as much liko young peoplo as possible, so they concluded to skip out and supriso somebody. May joy over bo with them. The County Court Clerk issued marriage license to the following persons in tho month of December : F. C. Chism to Miss Ida May Thompson, James II. Kobsto Mrs. Mntiah Dooley, Thos. J. Williams to Miss Minnio Ola Uawlings, Joseph Blake to Miss Leddio Snail, D. M. Smith to Mattio B. Darnall, Jno. L. l'hilpott to Mihs Fannie L. Thompson, J. K. Stiles to Miss Vick Gmliam, William F. Bryant to Misss Hannah Hasher, D. S. Henry to Miss Maggie II. Carrico, Frank Lowis to Miss Susio Brown,. Jos. G. Perryman to Miss Nancy G. Board, Douglass Groves to Miss Mattie Powell, Wm. A. Self to Miss Alice Adkisson. The total number of mnrriago liconso issued in tho year 1891 were seventy-feovo- ! Furniture "HESjBBIm ! MICHAEL HAMMAN, BsjssssT r and wero married in 'Squiro Camp's of- LONG BRANCH. JJItOWN'S mON HITTERS ATJHASAO For 180!J Contain! Ono Hundred IUclpes for male-(n- it und dollclou Condy cheaply uwoy quickly it drug atliomo. Tlili book U given itores. and general took good work to keep out tho sparks Tho now classes in Prof. Frank from his store. school will bo oponed tho 18th, Tho warohouso belonging to Bowmer inst. and Mrs. B. F. Willett, whoso & Hnmbleton on tho river was a firo school will then bo out, will bo his asseveral times on tho roof. Tho frco uso sistant. Why is it that this city is so arranged against itsolf in regard to school of salt and water saved tho building, matters ? If wo had tho whole city in John Carson, Geo. Jordun, Jimmy ono district, what a nico graded school Skillmun, Frank Carlyle, OrvioSkilhnan could havo and with no additional John Morris, Alvin Mattingly, Fred. wo coBt over tho present system. This is Fraizo, Wick DoIIaven, 01 Mattingly something that should rcceivo tho serand Sam Conrad were, nmong tho faithful thought of overy citizen that has . ious workers. . children to sond to school. Mr, Miko Lyddan, Irvington, was in Mr. Marvo Shrewsbury and Mrs. Ada tho city Friday and Saturday tho guest Sanders, of this vicinity, doped to of Judge Lowis. Louisvillo lost Thursday, tho 31ts ult. Mc-Aulif- It Horn, to tho wife of Sherfield Stein, a fine girl. Mrs. Ned Bees visited friends in this I vicinity last week. Miss Cora Ashcraft attended tho Doolcv and Sulivan nuptials. Mr. Win. Holiway and cverul of his family arc on tho sick list. Aunt Mnry Hendrick'is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Kate Hondrick. AVo hear that Mr. J. S. Hall is on tho sick list nt his old home. We hope ho is not serious. Miss Nellie McGoheo and her ladv friends returned to school nt Powee Val ley Monday. Bob Ilendrick, MoKinnoy, Texas, is spending n fow days with friends and relatives in this neighborhood. Misses Emma D. McGcheo and Peggie Ditto, of tho I.over Botttom, wero in this neighborhood visiting last week. Miss Iony Dooloy was married yesterday morning tho 5th to Mr. J. II. Sulivan, Breakfast was served at 10 o'clock. A fow friends of tho neighborhood and somo of tho relatives of tho groom from tho city wero down to Stockholders Meeting. witness tho ceremony, after which tho Stockholders meeting of tho Gold Mineral Company. The bridal party left on tho 15ast bound and train for their future homo in Louisville. regular annual meeting of tho company 12th, They havo our best wishes for n happy will bo held on Tuesday, January at 3 o'clock P. M., at the Brcckonridgo hfo. Mi.s Mary E. Sawyer and Mr. S. D. Bank. All stock holders nro requested to bo present in person or by written Lloyd, of Columbus, O., were married nt F. N. D'lluv, Pros. tho rosidenco of tho brido's mother, Mrs. proxy. F. II. Sawyer, in this city Dec. 23. Itov. Chas. B. Skii.ui.vn, Sec. McNemcr, of Louisville, performed tho A prospective Heiress Elopes to Jef-- ccromony in tho presenco of a few relafersonviUe ana is married. tives and friends. Immediately nftor Brandenburg, Ky., Jan. 4, 1892. 15. tho ceremony Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd left W. Edmons and Miss Minnio Teboo on tho train for their future homo, Coeloped from this city last Thursday tho lumbus, carrying witli thorn tho best 31st ult. to Jeflersonvillc, Ind., tho famwishes of their many friends nnd relaous Gretna Green for Kentucky's love- tives. sick childron, nnd wero married. Miss What measures aro you taking to stop Teboo or Mrs. Kdmons .rather, is a pret that cough ? Let us suggest DoWitt's ty sixteen year old dauchtor of John inwho two Cough and Consumption Curo. It is Toboc, tho marble-cuttefallible Sold by Short & Haynes. notice- - that ho had weeks ago jecelvcd fallen heir to $105,001) in Franco by tho It is nlso redeath of his grand-fatheported now that Miss Teboo, or Mrs. -- AT THE Kdmons, is an individual heiress to tho amount of $150,000 by tho will of her grand-mothe- r who died In Lexington whilo her share of the Fisher last week, estato has not yet beon figured out. "Whilo there can be nothing positively bad said about Edmons, ho is a poor uoy and not particularly noted for shiftyncss, and it was tho opinion of tho Tebocs that tho nluco Minnio had chosen to do- liver her produco, was not tho best market for ducks in tho country, hencfa tho necessity of an clopomont. It also You will find everything you want Beeins that tho opinion of tho Edmons family toward tho match was no more to cat : fiattoring than that of tho Teboes, and SUGAR, COFFE, instead of tho happy couplo being reFLOUR, MEAT, ceived with opon arms and forgiveness, VEGETABLES, on their return, tho doors of both homes CANNED GOODS, havo beon closed against them, and thoy CIGARS, TOBACCO, havo been dependent upon tho charity FIGS, of neighbors for board and lodging sinco RAISINS, ETC. tho day of their nuptial bliss. But all tho same Edmons is in timo for part of In fact everything in the tho "swag" and besides, fortune or no fortune, ho is. still, an object of very much envy, for thero nro scores of Grocery&Confectioneiy Line young mon in this vicinity that would Rewillingly bo tho husband of tho pretty Thankful for past favors. littlo French girl, though sho wore spectfully solicit you to call, vc peniless. take great pleasure in waiting n. For-tunoU- as r, r. liable Furnituro dealer Is always on band witli a full stock Including Sewing Machines, Coffins, Burial Caskets Picture Frames, Trimmings, Etc. His prices shall bo such, quality considered, that no legitimate houso can undersell him, and ho is determined to meet tho market, let tho price bo what it may. Always call on him and ascertain prices purchasing elsewhere. Ho means just what ho says. He cannot M. HAMMAN, Cloverport, Ky, bo undersold. bc-foro f B&$gB333B823 EE3 3CooSd3EtGEoo3D3Bq B. F. Beard & Co., IS THE PLACE FOR OVERCOATS THEY MAKE THE PRICES. Stop! Stop! Stop! Bill STORE B. F. BEARD & CO., HARDINSBURG, KY- - I pointed by Mr. I. W. Harper, the famoui Distiller, of Nelson County, Ky,, Agent for bl auperb Hand Made Sour Muih Whiskey, This announcement Is of Importance to every one, for it Insures to them for the future one of the purest, most delicate, and most celebrated Whiskies In the world, and those who will take the trouble hereafter to demand the " I. W. Harpcr Wiiiskkv" need have no fear that Its moderate use will Injure either health or disposition. We beg to announce WHISKEY that we have NOTICE. beon ap I have for sale several Turkoys of the pure bronre stock, Any one wishing to purehnso call or addiess me at Bowloyville, Ky. MR3. Z. T. STIT1I. A i high; well matched. Will sell for oasa or on lime. Apply to W. D. HOLT, Holt, Ky. 16 ' bands mitp stf lin FOR SALE. A !.. " mill.. u """"! t.l J'ri- um . nail, . ' I.ADI1CS 'ceding a tonic, or children nhouantbulM-In- c up. should mku WIOWN'H IKON U1TTKUH. It U pleasant; cures Malaria, Imllifestlon, lMloiuucsa, Liver Complaints uud ttcuralla. upon you. MIKE rOPHAM,6oleAg't, Clovcrport, Ky. V. S. J. H. Moorman, ., Manager, moved to New Albany, Ind. Durbin living near "Wobstcr lias OPIUM 'AtlsmttUa. cured at homo witti out rain. Hook of par. tlcularaient mt:K. W wnni r.nv it . OUlcelOiWhlWiallSt anaWMsVavHutiltfl i,"ii"Ti hi H ifeawpw .jjbaguamm'Ais.. .u- , -II r r 'J M a yfat - - " " tJF Breckenridge News. "WEDNESDAY, McDANIELS. La Grippe hnsen't struck this town JANUARY oar WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF C, 1892. yet. "Will r iM counties, commercial bodies, alliance, grange, labor nnd other reputable organizations of every character, aro requested to send not more than six nor less than four delegates each to a State World's Pair Conference, to bo held in the Exchange Hall of tho 'Board of Trado at Louisville, January JS92, under the auspices of tho 'Commercial Club. JIayors or other proper chief executives of cities and towns are invited to partici pate in the Conference as delegates. Each newspaper in the State is invited to be represented by a delegate at the Conference. Counties are requested to s hold at once, said meetings to bo be called by tho Judge of the County Court, or in his absence or fail ure to do so, by the County Attorney or committee of citizens, select reprehen- tatives and forward tho nnmes of dele gates to tho Secretary, 'so that prepara tions for the meeting may bo conducted intelligently. If deemed best, delegates may be appointed by tho Judge of the County Court or by the County Attorney, in lieu of a Let us unite as one family and hccure every possible advantage from the rare opportunity offered to advertise our State. Low railroad rates will prevail, and the Confeience, which will be addressed by men of national repute, will bo one of interest to all. Louisville's industries and other interests are to bo amply cared for at the fair through private and municipal enterprise, and it is principally desired that our interior prouuets and rcsoureesJ should receive the attention of the Con fcreneo. Owns G THKKiiiT, President. Luc-inAiikins, Secretnry. 26-2- 1, mass-meetingmass-meeting. s The Ioui8ville Commercial Club, typhoid fover. Sends Out The Following Address Mr. Silas Campbell left for Uptonvillo to the Peoplo of Kentucky. evo to Bpcnd Christmas. Tho Louisville Commercial Club Miss Alico Dockety is visiting her sismost earnestly to call your atten- ter, Mrs. Bob Lowis, of Clovcjport. tion to tho importance of having KenMias Essir Frank daughter of Rev. "W. tucky properly represented nt the Frank died on tho 27, pfhcnrt disease. "World's Columbian Exposition at ChicOllio Howard is closing out, ho says ago in May, 1S03. Tho fc'tato must erect there's no pay in n little candies nnd etc. buildings in which to show its resources, Mr. John D. Frank and son, Arthur, and much hard and patrotic work must bo done before tho doors of tho grand of Leitchfield, spent a few days with reweek. Other latives during exposition aro thrown open. Miss Ella Lcipp's school closed at tho preparations States aro making elaborate to astonish tho peoplo of the globo by Jarboo school houso last week, after their magnitude nnd growth. In agri- which hIio returned to her homo near cultural, timber, live stock, and mineral Hnrdinsburg. 'wealth, Land in many other respecta, Tho peoplo of McDaniel circuit have Kentucky has no superior. All citizens bought thn T)r. Ifnlmrison nroncrtv for a who liavo tho good of tho Commonparsonage. Wo congratulate tho breth-- 1 wealth nnd their own interests at heart, ren for doing bo. n'ro urged to assist, by act and precept, Itov J. B. Galloway and wife and little in doing all things needful to the end son, Oscar, of Millstown, aro visiting that our State may bo seen in its best friends and relatives in tho neighborlight when brought into comparison hood. Glad to have them back again with the other coinmonwealtliH. That in our midst. wo may be helped in this 'work, all Mr. Allerson Glasscock nnd Miss Delia X-mX-m- llurnett is recovering from fete. -- BE UP TO THE MARK JSrot THAT CAN BE RELIED ON JUST WHAT EVERY FARMER WAN' TiEairE: TXTo-f- to c Granite LluloID BEARS THIS MARK. to Plsooloi? I TRADE gtxlJLt! ' CHILLED PLOW. mark. sssj NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. CAN IE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D '"HJ? sr V COLLAR IN THE MARKET. WATERPROOF . Hard Road to Travel. These fugitives met many vicissitudes in "Marching through Georgia" on their own hook. Read their adventures in onr new serial, K FOR tikAt Ci JHUlD nTia: NE&LErtw B OUSSFMS HfMY-TA- R A fc" - sw - v mm htJKHQ I R ffrlS CELEBRATED ""ii Hi" REMEftV HASBSEHUSE&YHTH SUCCESS 0R Bradley, daughter of Lon Bradley, wero married at the residence of tho bride's father Dec. 24th. May linnpincrs nnd peace bo theirs. Mr. Everett Cooper, of Ruth, was tho guest of Miss Dora McDaniel last week. Be careful Mr Cooper as tho Campbells aro dangerous in McVille. Dr. 1. II. Mullin left this morning for his old homo in Henderson county where he will spend n week with his parents. Tho Doctor says there is no attraction in town for him as the belle has left. - tkt SMI uni au icni9, EVERYWHERE A SWEEPING SUCCESS 'ONSiiM PTJOM A Prisoner of far Dyspepsin.and indigestion won't give ing. you flesh, but Lightning Blood Elixir will. Mr. H. Hood, Folsom, W. Va., A miSONKK OF WAK. writes: "I had suffered several years The narrative of lico escaping prisonfrom dyspepsia, and tried many remeers from a Confederate jail will be pub dies for relief, received none until 1 began to use Lightning Blood Elixir, nnd lished in these columns. Look out for after taking thrco bottles I feel like the ojcning cltaptcr. another man, and have gained several pounds of flesh. It has done great work A ritlSONEIt OF WAIl. for me, it has cured mo of what would Major Alfred R. Calhoun relates a have caused my death. I do not hesi- personal experience in a most interesting tate to recommend it to the public, as manner. 11 will be published in this experience has taught me that it is a paper. "Watch for the opening chapter. good medicine." , A rillSONEU OF WAIt. Of Every line is full of human interest. there is none so radically wrong in prin- The remarkable adventures of itco fugitciple or so unjust in application as our ives from a Confederate jail. Watch road laws. At present every male be- for the opening chapters in this paper. tween the ages of sixteen and fifty, without regard to position, circumstances or THE CRUEL AVAR, IS OVER. condition, is compelled to work on the But there is a world of human interest roads. The man who hasn't a dollar in tho world nnd who hns to support a in Major Calhoun's reminiscence entitled "A Prisoner of War." Watch these collargo family ' y his daily labor, is comumns for the opening cliapier. pelled to work just tho same as tho man who has thousands nnd naught to do but enjoy himself, nnd tho poor tenant who MARCHING THROUGH GEORGIA hasn't a hoof of stock, who is glad to eke As fugitives from a Confederate prison out a scanty subsistence for himself nnd was no picnic. Bead "A Prisoner of family by cultivating land on the shares, War," by Alfred P. Calhoun. Kow runmust hit lick nbout with his rich land- ning in this paper. " lord who travels tho road every day in carriages nnd uses them constantly in A PRISONER OF AA'AR. various ways. Tho injustico and opThis absorbing tale shows that "Truth pression of such laws nro palpable at a is stranger than fiction." It is one of glanco nnd every reasonable and. fair the most interesting stories ever pub' man, doubtless, desires to see them lished. Read it in this paper. . changed, and they ought to bo changed. Tho burden of keeping up tho roads The Iron ltrlcutles. should bear upon tho citizens in piopor-tio- n There were two regiments In tho army of the Potomac known by tho title "Iron to the use they mako of, the beneOno was led by Hatch and fit they receive from them, and their Brigade." ability to bear the burden. This can bo tho other by Gibbon, In 1802. Gibbon's done in no other way than by imposing afterward became celebrated ns tho Iron Brigade of tho West. a property, as well as a poll tax for the purpose. Henry County Local. Nfiitrul (1 tun lid. Said an old farmer whose lands lay in Peoplo who have used Lightning Hot the disputed region around Culpepper: "I hain't took no sides in this yer reDrops pronounce it the best general bellion, but I'll bo doggoned if both panacea. S. A. Steel, M. M., W. Va., & eidss haiu't took uw." P. R. R., Weston, W. Va. says: "I have used Lightning Hot Drops for over You may cough and cough nnd cough two years for both external and internal nnd cough nnd cough but you will not, if complaints. I hnvo always found it n you take DeWitt's Cough and Consumpready panacea for all diseases for which tion Cure Sold by Short & Haynes. it is recommended. Our shopmen have used it for cuts, bums, bruises, sprains, "'""- - Affection and I otlveneiM. AtdrumzUts. I'rico 25 cts. colic, cramps, etc., and found it as reI would not bo without it commended. in my family for ten times tho prico of it." For salo by all druggists for 23 and CO cents. A Wiir Incident. Among tho many who obtain their livelihood out of tho oyster industry of Annapolis is tho well known John Jackson, who, dining tho war, received a gold mcdul, which he afterward lost, for gallant services performed. Jackson had been a sailor on tho mortar schooner 0. P. Williams, ono of tho fleet which block- aded tho entrance to tho city of Charleston during tho war, of which Admiral Balch was in command. Ono day while tho fleet was stationed in Charleston harbor a peculiar ripplo was noticed a short distance from ono of tho largest vessels of the squadron. The disturbance proved to be a submarino torpedo boat, apd tho enemy was approaching with such rapidity that officers and men seemed paralyzed at tho imminent danger they had to face. Thoywero about to give up in despair when Jackson, then a young man, without u word leaped from tho ship into tho sea, and Bwam with all his might toward tho torpedo boat. Reaching a tioint abovo it when it was not more than fifty feet from tho sh'p, Jackson, diving beneath the surface, detached tho terrible from tho projecting timber to which it was fastened and dropped It Into the deep waters of the sea, and then swam back to tho ship In safety. But for Jackson's bravery tho ship and hundreds of lives would have been sacrificed. Lack of education provonted Jackson from accepting a commission in tho navy, which ho could have secured for his gallantry. Ho believes that tho gold medal, which ho lost, has fallen into tho linnds of Bomo person who is using it as a mei.ns of procuring employment from tho government. Jackson's friends want him to apply for a pension, which ho will probably do. Now York Sun. An absorbing serial entitled "A Prisoner of War" will begin in these cdlumm You will find it worth readpresently. By Major Alfred R. Calhoun. It will be Illustrated and Copyrighted. Watch for it. A rmso.VKu of avail BANK OF t0 "J HAEDIFSBUEG Capital Stock $25,000. B. F. BEARD, President. Our now "GRANITE" Chilled Plow has gone to tho front will! wonderful strides. It is now an acknowledged leader with allwho havl used it. Itsspccial merits arc : 1st. Perfection in outline andshapp. 2nd. Great turning capacity. 3rd. Now combination of mctals,'hard, yet tough. 4th. Patent adjustabloslip heel, for compensating wear ai giving suck or pitch to plow. i 5th. Ituns steadily and is very light draft. Gth. Each plow has ono point for soft and another for hard dr, soil. 7th. ' With all its advantages it is sold at tho samo prico as in ferior Chilled Plows. WILL MILLER, M. II. BEARD, Cashier. - a. W. BEARD IN THE niE I tli a seamleiti shoe, with no tacks or wax thread to hurt tho feett made ot tho best lino calf, styllah and cany, and because tee nale more that of tht grade than any other manufacturer. It equals band senred shoes costing from l.W to 5.00. WORLD FOR THE MONEY? w. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE cent?men BEST SHOE CCOO UcnuliiuoRcrcd shoo ever Uaml-Bcn-rd, WHY IS THE MORRIS KSKRIDfJE j R. M. JOLLY. INTEREST Director . Prices and Description of Avery's "Granite" Chilled Plows. NUMBER. j . PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS R, TURNING CAPACITY. - PRICE, yl .j Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. Co. 4Ja Imported POa Country Roads. all the laws on our statuate books, for $5.0Ui equals French shoes v htcli cost from $3.00 to $U U). Ot A. OU llnuil-ov- cl Welt blior, lino calf, PSr. stylish, comfortable and durable. The best shoe ever offered at this prico same grado as custom mado shoes costing from $S CO to (9iX). QO 00 l'ollro Hhoni Farmers, Railroad Men seamless, smooth Inside, heavy tbreo soles, extension edge. Cuopalr will venraycar. 50 lino cnlft no better sl'oo ever offered at mDeim this price) one trial will convlnco tnoso who want a shoo for comfort and service. Workliicnuin's ffit) "5 und S'2. 00 and durable. Those shoes who are cry strong bare given them a trial will wear no otbermake. S-.00 nnd boj s o cry where;shoes are 81.73 school thcysell IQUJ8 worn by tho on their merits, ni tho Increasing sales show. shoe, best d I QtrliAC Stf.OO lliiiid-nowc-stylish; equalsr'rcnch liongola, very Imported shoes costlngf mm &liu to tlu). l.nilleB' t!,30, SvS.OO nnd 81.75 shoe for JJIasesare tho best flneDongola, tttyllshauddurable. narao that Snutlon. See on theW. J ttouglaf shoo. and bottom of each NO SUBSTITUTE.- Inslit on local advertised dealers supplying yon, tho flnpt calf :sro. is. TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect At 5:00 o'clck A. H. Wednesday July 29. 'SI Wet Hound Train 53 Mall & Expr's Expr's 61 U 15" .10 IGV andLctterCarrlcrsallwearthcmt llnecnlf, Eatt Bound Traxn STATIONS Mall & 52 6 17 18 ' 7 to 8 inches. " 8 " 9 9 " 10 " 10 " 11 J inches. " " 11 " 13 " 12 " 14 5.50. G.50. 8.00. 9.00, 9.50. 10.00. en !( Ixir's Dally 00 12 45 1 Kxpr'. Dally U Right or Left hand Dally 6 25pn 6 40 Dally 7 4o.tin 8U0 8 41 8 45 nnijcl 720 7 21 7 47 8 07 lv.Un'n Dp't..ar Kentucky St. Westl'olnt Howard kalllVS 757 811 817 8 8 8 8 27 37 47 55 9(0 9 08 trTAKE 917 9 21 9 2d 931 9 41 9 62 10 IK) II ranch 1138 Hrandcnuiirir 11 211 Meade Springs 1125 Kock Haven 1215 12U!pm 850 8 8 7 7 05 02 47 40 05pn Trial will convince every Farmer of its Merits. 1145un 11 111 731 7 27 B. F. AVERY & SONS., LOUISVILLE, KY. ' ' WAS IT CANCER Jn the summer of 1800, something began to appear on my face, similar to a cancer. I tried various remedies, but nothing gave relief until I used S. S. S., which entirely cured me. I used only six bottles. "W. F. Stimiivs, Alexander City, Ala. We have had-- number of remarkable cures reported to us of epithelioid or a FOR BALE BOWMER IV. 1. DOUGLAS, llrockton, LliT &. Mass. ttoldby HAMBLETON CLOVERPORT' KY. 905 911 9 21 1010 1015 10 23 Guston Irvlngton Webster Lodlburi; l'ierce Stcphensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops Skillman Huwesvllle Su...plc Kkron 1111 1102 10 5J 10 45 723 715 655 6 48 6 40 6 31 Manufacturers of Cast, Stoel and Chilled Plows and Cultivating Implements, 1035 1030 10 23 1018 1015 1001 925 9 30 GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for 951 1001 1010 1018 946 1027 1030 10 44 Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mien igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, skin cancer. S. S. S. seems to euro by forcing out the poison and the poisonous germs, the general health is in the meantime improved, and finally the sore heals, tho scales drop oil', and the patient is well. S. S. S. is entirely vegetable nnd harmless. Our treatio on tho Mood ami skin will bo mailed free to nil who will apply for it. Address, SWIFTSl'ECIFJC CO., Atlanta, Ga. Falcon Cujcc Lewfsport 1152-i- n 1050 Powers 1207pm 1102 Pates 11 H 12 10 Owensboro 12 27 1123 Mitttlniriy 12 30 1131 Stanley 12 40 Wortlilnirton 101 1155 Snottsville 1205pm 111 Ilasketts 1220am 1 25pin ar.Henders'n lv 1021 10 28 10 34 1060 1100 1111 1118 1121 1129 1135 l'ctrle 957 941 933 920 9 20 6 63 618 613 610 667 626 640 5 SO 5 22 611 603 435 4 25 915 9 09 8 51 515 4 48 1892eSIXTY-FIFT- H OE.TIIE. YEAR1892 837 8 27 815 800 7 65 413 4 737 720 715am 3 55 3.37 3 29 315pm Wester nTharmer's Almanac. No Pine Brick, & Poplar Shingles al- Louisvi'le,Hardinsburg TAKING I & Western RJ. 1891. I Household is Complete Without It. ia a auperb Number nnd contains many valunble contributions from a number of leading authors. Times of meeting of all tlio Kentucky courts, correct astronomical calculations, movements Planatary system, Eclipse, etc. Accurate calenders, Ember days, and lots of useful information on ninny subjects. No. 2 TIME TABLE. IlandleB, Pine Flooring ways kept on hand. Orders accompanied by cash promptly tilled. Plow EFFECT JULY This 29, PARDONS REFUSED. The Petition of Judge Pulliam, Among Forty-FivActed Upon Adversely. e, West Hound Trains Kast Hound Dally Dally Daily ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. No. 5 No. 1 No. 2 11 30 im Lv Irvlngton Ar 9 30im 1210pm Garfield 8 35 12 25 12 42 II.irnt.-- Trains Dally ex Sun No. 6 Sclentlflo American Agency for Frankfort, Ky., Dee. 20. -- Louisville Times. (Special.) Gov. Brown was not in a sympathetic humor and refused a batch of forty-f- l vo petitions for pardon, embracing u largo part of the category of crimes. Tho most interesting to the people of Louisville was the case of Judge A.M. Pullinni, of Breckenridge county, who was sent to the penitentiary about two years ago for a term of fifteen years for killing a brother of Mr. Wm. Miller, tho member of tho Constitutional Convention from that county. The petition in behalf of Judge l'ulliam contained tho nnmes of more than beven hundred people, many of whom were prominent citizens both in P.reckenridgo county nnd Louisville, where tho prisoner was detained in jnil for some time prior to his trial. Tho Governor refuses tho pardon on tho ground that tho term of service to date is not commensurate with tho crime. to-da- ijmJJE TRADE MAI1K8, DCSIQN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, etc. For Information nnd f reo Handbook write to MUNN tc CO.. SU llliOADWAT, New Yonir. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Kvery patent taken out by us Is brought bofc.ro the public by a notlco glvon froo of charge In tho r- - UAVCAHi 705 6 4t 634 C 14am 6 61 3 02 ltuth 6 29 311 Askins 6 21 3 29 Oaks 6 00 l4 00pm ArFordsville I,v 4 45am 118 Kirk 130 Jolly 148 Glenilcane Dempster 165 2 lfipin nr I'allsltouli lv 2 50 Hockvnle Hardinsbure; 815 760 7J5 noil JOHN P. MORTON Tor Pale by JNO. I). IUTHUGE. & CO., foil Publishers, LOUISVILLE, KY. HamMeton . . House W. 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