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The opening chapters ol ft nH .brlllllant serial enUtled "A Ms. .War" written expressly fcr U e.. ..'? .' Il4tt. VOL XVI. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1892. ' EVERY MONTH . V V V -- V - " Shows a gratifying incrcaso in tho amount of Exchango and Custom work wo aro doing, and "Slftl4ii CALHOUN -- r - IffA D C .J JiWm. V9M EVERY DAY 1 ras 4tukviks--sjiiw5S Z - r -r MgW 3 -vf.i TArvIr PRF v fi m ttiri,'CwJv" . ropvniRHTFD RY. AMFRIf AN . I RWC IATION &: izarr- n;- - jtwOTS IS91 Brings encouraging words from our customers Thoy invariably say Givc me some ., more of the same kind," And that is what wo aro doing fast as possible. If you have not tried us, do so at onco, and supply yourself with tho INTRODUCTION. was captured near Cleveland, Cast Tennessee, immediately after tho battle of Missionary Ridge, Nov. 130, 16G3, and, with thirty-seveof tny men, wus sent ou to Richmond, by way of Atlanta. The enlisted men were taken to Belle Isle, atid 1, with a number of other unfortunate oilleers who had joined us at different jioitits on the way, was sent to the famous, or rather infamous, Libby n to enact the sumo role again I Nor did it I I priHoii. Best Elour and -:- -:- - - -:- -:- - Meal -- f" We Manufactured in tho state. servo you promptly any day in tho week. If you want to buy Flour or Meal, send us your orders. Prices quoted on application. Respectfully, IRVIKGTOH KILLING CO., KY. IRVINGTON, . . . . . . Some day, if spared, I may write out the story of my six months' residence in Libby, but as my experience after ltfaving that place is moro personal, I think it I. will be found more interesting to tho avheld tip his empty bowl and asked foi erage reader. I ' When Grant began Ids advance on "more." placed myself in front of the doctors and saluted ' 180-1- , there were about Richmond iu May, "Well, sir," naid an elderly doctor, 2:1,000 of our enlisted men in prison on Belle Isle and some 1,300 officers were whose face indicated that the milk of human kinduess iu his heart had turned confined In Libby. All these prisoners breaking were sent down to Andersonvillo and sour before or soon after the Macon, On., before May 7, excepting a out of tho war. "what do you want?" "1 want to go to the hospital," I said few men who were held back sick in tho Sick. sirT hospitals, or who had been captured in ''Yes, doctor." tho battle of the Wilderness. "Where?" 1 was one of those who had escaped "AH over, I think." And I spoke of through "the great tunnel" from Libby the scurvy and dysentery, but out of rethe previous February,, but 1 was recap- spect for his feelings, vhich 1 was partured ufter being out four days and five ticularly anxious not to oHend, I said nights, during which time I had little or hungef He felt my no sleep and suffered with tho cold and nothing about the pulse and dropped my hand. Another food. On .being takon back for want of pulse and looked at his to Libby I was placed .with other recap- man felt my a line gold ono mn in a pro tured officers in tho cells under tho watch it way that seemed more like prison, and here I contracted a fever fessional business that kept me weak till the other prison"Put ont your tongno." commanded ers were hurried south. the elderly doctor. 1 did so in good shapo and turned about to the others that they might look ut it. nnd 1 wondered the while if they could read iu It or on it the gnawing hunger that was devouring me. "When were you captured?" asked the man with the gold watch. "Last December." replied. "Where have yon been?" "Principally in Libby." "How long have yon been feeling 1 ' require acting If it vero not that I kept mad right straight along when I should have dropped wasn't asleep down from sheer weakness, for the pains and exhaustion uf dysentery and incip-- ' lent scurvy were added to the ever pres-- j cnt tortures of hunger As n matter of form, for I never saw them administering any medicine, two or three J5rtors. all in Confederate nnl- form, came in every morning and made u tour of the yard and the prison. Tho next morning I waited near the jail door till they came down, and "then, with much of the desperation of Oliver Twist when, impelled by the same feeling, ho oak in tho distance, with Its giliy festoon of Spanish moss, looked particularly funereal and lis still as death. The guards about the building moved in a heavy, listless way and "toted" their pieces as If they wero burdens. Through the windows there was not nn inspiring thing in sight but tho blue expaii3o of sky, on which a white cloud rested like nn anchored ship. In the ward, everything animate but tho flies appeared to be Hearing dissolution. P.celzebub, tho god of flies, might have made his headquarters in the ward of that workhouso and felt entirely at home. They dark-cue- d the air, and their vicious buzzing nnd moro vicious bites were torturing to the nerves. But what impressed mo most forcibly was tho fact that tho men lying on the floor, except in a few caste where some energy remained,' did not seem to heed this insect plague. It was not that they had become;ipathetic through habit. Familiarity with suffering does not deaden pain: indeed, where sensation remains--" t is moro npt to intensify it, but these men were either powerless to resist or the greater agony of disease and hunger hnd made them Indifferent. The flies swarmed about some of the gaunt faces and rose in little- - clouds when tho head was moved, but only to settle down again. Ucre,nsat Richmond, tho nurses in the prison hospitals were our own men, and tho most robust looked little stronger than the poor patients ou the floori, One of these men, a young German, wrtAsad blue eyes and an expression of imhelib-nbl- e melancholy ou his pinched-- ' and rather handsome face, touched me on the shoulder, nfter tho hospital steward had gone out, and asked: "Are you an officer, sir, or a private?" "Well, my friend." 1 replied, "if I wns back iu our lines I should say 'an officer,' but here there Is no rank. We aro all soldiers, and good ones, 1 hope, though a bit poor and helpless at preslike soldiers." he said with a sigh, "that would not be so bad: that is what we enlisted for, hut to be treated like doj;8, to die like dogs and to be buried like dogs!" "Don't lose heart, comrade. Keep a stiff upper lip. Better times aro coming. If wo can't manage to escape to our people, depend on it they will come for us after n bit. But don'i give up. If swearing comforts you ut all 1 know it has been a great satisfaction to me at times why swear in all the languages you are master of: or if you think praying is a better hold, and no doubt it is, pray for all you are woi'th, but don't ask God to forgive your enemies that would be a little too much till this 'war is over, and then we won't have any enemies." I laid my hands on joung Muth's shoulders as spoke, and to my great delight a smile lit up his face, and he shot out an oath and said: "1 guess you uio right: I'll try it!" We became chummy at once, and he led me dowu to the farthest end of the ward, and after soino care selected two army blankets, aud.rollingthemup, laid them iu an unoccupied comer. He told me that"every blanket in tho place was in nn indescribable state of filth, but this did uot Bhock me: it certainly would have surprised me if they were in any other condition. The nurse introduced me to n tail young man, Lieutenant Bell, who slept near where my blani:ets were placed, but who, though evidently a very nick man, had strength enough to stand up, for he was looking disconsolately out of the window when wo him. As Lieutenant Bell and myself were intiinutoly associated from this time ou, and tKirticnlarly in the etcape which 1 shall presently describe, I may bo pardoned for giving mora tlwiu a p.issing notico to ono of the bravest and most original characters I ever met. Ho was years of at this time about twenty-fivage, but a wound in the right breast, which had not healed after seven months, and the hunger and disease gave him or the appearance of a man of forty-fivmore. He was about six feet in height, lithe, nnd witli n form that denoted great powers of endurance. The hair Was long and dark, and the heard, of a warmer shade, was soft as silk. Ho had fcteady, bluish gray eyes, nnd the strong features of, men of thut cast usually found among the Scotch-IrisAt first Bell he said his uamo wus Tom Bell and not Thomas was inclined to be distant, and lie rather repelled my well meant advances, but 1 was neither angered nor discouraged, for 1 knew just how he felt. His speech at first seemed painfully slow, and ho had the unmistakable accent of the East Tennesseo and North Carolina mountaineer, witli the same tendency to use wordn long sIhcq obsolete In the outside world, such ns tho old Saxon form "hit" for it, "yon" for yonder, and to add "uns" to. the plural pronouns. Ho was. 1 think, tho most accomplished and unconscious swearer 1 ever met, and curiously enough the man's nature was intensely religions; indeed, I tiever know him to lie down for the night without first dropping on his knees and muttering a prayer; still, ho often confessed to me: "Ef the wall don't turn out jest 'bout right, my faith in the wisdom nnd goodness of nn overruling Providence will be so shook up that hit won't be mighty good fo' much after." While I was trying to break tho ice witli Bell tho hospital steward returned with four opium pills, which I was to take one every night for the dysentery nnd a buttered tin can containing some Bcraped sweet potato nnd vinegar, which, he assured run, would "knock scurvy higher'n a klto."' A spoonful every three hours wns the prescribed dose, and as no jpoon was to be had he suggested that I "guess at it," adding, "It won't hurt you If you take it all at 01100," nnd this I found to bo tho caso, for Bell and I ato it for dessert after we had finished our pono'of con bread and thin soup that evening. 1 o o SANTA GLAUS IS w HERE Innco ,,Vivaii ! ! 10 AND SO 1: 11I1U, ARE rv.. e illlU Jul i: Ui WE a I f-- FURNITUR Consists of nil tho latest styles and kimls. With tllO EOOuVand tho nrinno ...., 1,..vlJ w oil ini. n oiuvyii uui oi1, .. ,..1 wuujiuiu :., vwiy ill 0 If 0 1 naa aaaaaaaaafjwsiui aaaaaanaaaaaaiaai: SPECIA3 " !i 1 TOBACCO, . EICE, SODA, , SHOTi PO1 6-- - LOADED SH T7T W our ltatoUtOMrnry?nOUSED0y0UStmiIk0 oKiivANT un. every Dit as wen, ma'am. rTTT -- i nnrl j ?. chartcv OahStova as well as when wc ent." "Ah, sir. If it was only being treated - ' "If how do j 011 explain Bkkvant Well, I don't lmvo to watch everythlne It? close for fear It will burn. You know so how careful you have to bo with a I ak. U distant. It fi so apt to bum on top bcfoM It Is baked throuch. Tho Charter Oak b..kei It perfectly without any dat.Ker of burnllip. And tlien in K?S2SPfttu.'SP& Wn? v? t0ecp b,?,!"ln,t eve? vo minutes. It ' ft wl!'10l't ",k0 I!10 tlBlitowns do. And you know how crisp th M.'i ro belnir lianfand touRh. You afways praised my biscuits, but It wasn't 101 Klc.u ' gauzo oven doorl know they wouldn't o near as nice. I Iiopo I'll neverIfhave to cook anywhere again whero they haven't got a Chartir Oak Stovo otfRauEoV &&mSiSmXt u'i'?iLf.l Ladv or TiiuIIousK-Why. m "-! .H1.I.SIU uwuin lutmn into Willi 111UI BlUYU. in e." noon makes It so much easier than other stoves I have lcn used to, SUGAR tlookatthatrolll I ncv: COFFM ' MOLki ?;."' aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa'aaaa HENSLEY, JOLLY FARMERS SUPPLY HOUSE, DEJERNETTE, HARDINUR OUR JANUARY , bad?" Geo. Yeakel & Co. BRANDENBURG, -- : w KY. :- hundred We've, been risked thot times lately by people who bought at our store, goods tbey were U'od to paying doable the money for. Hut don'tWite wonder. We g t the goods honestly, paid good money for tbem and they are ours to throw away, give away We or sell away under our regular prices. choose to do th last, you owe it to yourse'f to come around and stock up at these unheard of prices' How CanWe Do It qurittou a . -- rJT I 3vr.. SQ-- WAS AOAIN jfcm$$ - "H" in Kd JT J CAITUUKD. if r- -. t - ' (;inTBinj of your life to secure Over-boats The laxt chanc at your own jrlce. Hot Men's overcoats w'h $15 OOr.d'd to $10 1 (10 10 HO ' I i 1 1 it i. M 8f0 ' 0 CO 3 6 " 7 90 6 on 3 UU 1 About the middle of May 1, with a number of other officers and enlisted men the latter strong, hearty young fellows fresh from Grant's army was sent to Charleston in charge of a young lieutenant named Lewis. I may add that iny story is true in every particular, and that though there aro a great many "IV scattered through it, which is inevitable tin a personal narrative, that not at all eager to figure as a hero Still I think can lion estly RJiy that, like tho tens of thousands 1 U3 AUCTION AT PRICES I Geo. Yeakel 1 & " Co.'s, SO V UNTIL STOCK TAKING TIME. lot Men's suits w'b $18 00 roduced to $12 ii ii ii i 1 1 ii 12 50 0 00 7 50 00 8 " . i 7 50 Bool5fflSh5 One lot of Ladles' One shoes worth $3 00 $2 49 Iteduced to . ..,.'. One lot of Ladls' flue shoes worth $2 50 1 9S S Reduced to One lot of Ladies' fine shoes worth $1 75 ' 124 Reduced to One lot of Ladies' fine shoes worth $1 25 95 Reduced t One 1 t of Ladies' heavy shoes worth 09 $1 10 Reduced to One lot uf Men's boots to close worth $2 90 , $4 00 reduced to One lot of Men's boots to clone worth 1 98 $3 00 reduced to Ono lot of Men's boots to olose worth 150 , $2 50 reduced t 'i Onq lot of Men's sample boots to close 1 25 worth $2 50 to $5 (10 reduced to... DrP5$ Goori$ fine in Dress We are offering something Goods which can not be found at any other house. They compose tho remainder of Fine Dress donds bought early In the season and must be told. You will never bave another such a chance to get a nice Dross and get it cheap. They will not not Insc'long. Come early if you want choice. ... GEO. YEAKEL & CO. BRANDENBURG, KY. Has secured during!892 H. Elder Haggard, W..D. Hwwells, Korman Lockyer, George Meitdtth, Uenan Doyle, Andrew Lang, Mark Twain, 8t George Mivart, J. Obandler Harris. Bndyard Xlplitg, William Black, R. Loati Stevenson. Hary Ii. Wilklnx. W. Clark Russell, Frances Hodgson Burnott, And many other iHtliirullictl writers. Is tho greatest Sunday Newppnpcr in tho world. Price 5c! a copv. By mail $2 a year. The Sutf&ay Sun .Iddrvkn "fill: svs, New York. of conscientious men who fought ou both sides, 1 tried to do my duty as a soldier, though I wai not yet old enough to vote. It would really take as long to tell of the incidents that occurred between Richmond and Charleston, as It did to hours. make the trip forty-eigAt Charleston we were conliued In the jailyard, where we wore under the fire of our own batteries stationed ou Morris island, and not an hour of the day, and frequently of the night, passed that we did not hear the whirr and explosion of tho shells sent into the city by General Gilmoro'H famous "Swamp angel," The tent in which I was quartered in the jailyard was directly in the noonday shadow of a permanent gallows, on which many men had been hanged, but neither the sight nor the dismal creaking at night brought horrible suggestions to my mind. It would have been very difficult to increase, through the Imagination, the awful reality of our situation. CHAPTER 1. After being in the jailyard about ten days, an enlisted man who looked like n FHOM TIIR CHAKI.KST1N JAIL TO THR WOitKII()l'M& living skeleton, for ho had been in this wretched place for four months, advised me to "play" sick and get sent to the Roiior hospital It did not require much ability as an actor to play sick, for if I had beeu in tny own homo I should have been in bed with at least two doctors in attendance. Uut as the Roper hospital was represented by my friend to be a "perfect paradise" in comparison with the jailyard, 1 determined to exhaust every effort to get sent there. 1 asked my comrade if he was sure tho hospital wus better than tho jail, and he replied: "Yon bet it is. Why. it's u regular tip and dawn heaven compared with this infernal hole. To bo sure it ain't out of the range of shells, but we don't VA mind them no more, but it gives you a view of green woods" .to tho west and OP" HIM. "KUTH1N blue water to the eastl" 1 thought Hospital No, 10 at Rich"Views aro all very fine," I replied, "but they don't appease hungor. What mond tho most wretched and hope deadvantages has this hospital in the way stroying place I had ever beeu in, and it certainly was tip to that time, but it wai of extra grnb'J" 'Finel" exclaimed my informant. "It ns a palace to a morgue compared with The hosIs in chargeBf the siste'rs of charity, the tho workhouse in Charleston. noblest lot of, women yon ever saw, and pital ward must have been the filthiest, all the rooms and blankets are clean, and iniMt stilting and malodorous apartment If you play it sharp you can get white In the building, for it would tux the bread and meat and milk, and all that Imngiuation of Duuto himself to conITO BK CONTINUED,) till yon can't rest. Ah. if 1 was back ceive of anything worse. There were 1 wouldn't unless they Iron bars to the windows, but had they leave thero again Mashed B(rn,vberry ribbons sell nt one carried me away on a stretcher." And been thrown wide open and the sick dollar a yard lmt you can get a bottle of tho man shook his head and compressed prisoners told that they were free to defor part, I doubt if live men out of about ,a Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for only twenty-fiv- e bis lips ns il he were ;hidlng hundred that were lying and dying along neglected opMrtuuities. cents, There was no resisting this tantalizing tho grimy floor would have had strength ' "Wo'H'bo gay nnd hnppy," for b'alvn picture of abundant food and luxurious enough to crawl through is only 2o cents a bottle, It Outside, the air was Intensely hot; tion Oil 1 had played sick with surroundings. kills ull pain. there was not n breath moving. A live great success in Libby, and 1 determined If 1 had auswercd this question truthfully I should have replied, "Ever since tho hour of my capture," but prudence led mo to reply. "Since coming hero." They questioned me still fnrther, tapped mo over the breast of my ragged shirt, then took my name, age and rank, and went away, saying that a sergeant would come to see me after nwhilo. 1 was so delighted with the proinised took no insnecess of this move that terest for tho rest of that morning in the messengers from Morris island, butstood iu a position from which I could watch tho gate by which tho sergeant must enter. In about nn hour a young man with n book under his arm, a pencil behind his ear and the green chevron of a hospital steward on his sleeve came in, nnd, wnlking to tho middle of the yard, ho refreshed his memory from the book and railed nut my imuiti. In an instant 1 wis by his side, and looking me over, ho asked. "Are you sick?" "I am." I replied, "Well. I'm to take you to the hospital for awhile." 'To the Roper hospital?" I asked. Without deigning n reply he motioned for me to follow him, and led mo iu the direction of the workhouse. Wo entered that forbidding looking building, it was connected with the jail, and was at this time full if prisoners, our lioys, even more wretched than myself. Tho steward conducted me to a room iu the southern part of tho building on tho ground floor. It was covered with dirty cots, on which lay men, every ono of whom hjpked as If he could never riso again. "The nurse will fix you a place to sleep in this ward.-- said the steward, with n wave of the hand, "and after n while I'll fetch you in some medicine." He hurried out of the place, as 1 wished 1 could have done: and looking about mp I realized that 1 had "jumped out of tho frying pan into the lire." 1 -- FOR CWUS& FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, URE UURE BY RICHARDSON-TAYLO- CLEARING Is now in full blast. A largo stock of CLOTHING, DRY GOODS SA? , PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS. ENTS FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PREPARED R h 4 MED.CO. ST.LOUIS MO. 3C ::- and SHOES NOTIONS, GROCERIES " "" AN AMENDMENT. To the United States Constitution to Be Offered in Congress Within tho Next Two "Weeks. Washington, Jan. 5. For kovlt.iI days past Itev. Dr. James M. King, of Now York, General Secretary of tho National League for the Protection of American Institutions, has heen quietly nt work in this city in hehalf of an amendment to tho United States Constitution, which, within the next two weeks,' will ho submitted to both brandies of Congrefs. Tho amendment, which has been drafted by Hon. William Allen Butler, of Now York, provides that horeaft6r no State shall pass any law regarding the establishment of any religion, or prohibiting tho free exercise of religion, or shall uso its property or credit, or anv money raised by taxation, or authorize either to bo used for tho purpose of founding, or aiding, or maintaining by appropriation, payment for services, expenses or otherwiso any church, religious society, denomination, or any institution, Bociety or undertaking that is wholly or in part under sectarian or If this amend; ecclesiastical control. ment is possed by Congress it will bo at, onco taken to tho various States for ratification by tho legislatures. There aro States that prohibit secnow twenty-on- o that tarian appropriations and thirty-siprohibit 11 diversion of tho school fund. Tho National Lenguo has been especially organized to sjcuro the passage of tho x MRS. GLADSTONE'S PIES. ' The Joy of Mr. Gladstone's Youth and the Delignt of His Old Age. Mrs. Gladstone is famous for her mincemeat pies, says tho St. Louis Republic, and tho school girls at Nowham often reveled in those dainties sent direct from Hnwardon by Mrs. Gladstone to her daughter. Tho following is a copy of the recipe from tho original document prepared 1y Mrs. Gladstone's own hand : "For mincemeat a round of beef or a lean pieco of tho shoulder is the best. Tho suet to bo used should bo taken from tho kidney. After tho beef ha3 been boiled it should bo chopped witli tho suet ns finely as possible. Feel and core n suflicicut number of good cooking apples to weigh threo pounds when thus prepared for chopping. Minco theso up with tho meat and suet. "Then add three pounds of currents, a pound of seedless raisins, nnd two pounds of stoned Malaga raisins, together with n qnnrter of nn ounce of cloves and cinnnmon, 0110 pound of powdered sugar, half an ounce of mnce, half nn ounce of grated nutmeg, a tablespoonful of allspice, n liberal tenspoouful of salt, of n pound of shedded citron, nnd ono pint of French brandy. Stir tho mincemeat thoroughly aftor pouring on tho brandy, put it on tho flro and heat it just to the boiling point. Take it of! the flro and pour it into a three-quartewell-covere- d GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS LADIES DRESS GOODS ::- PINE UNDERWEAR :- Going at Bottom Prices. U For the next sixty days we offer special inducenf jui wouo u.uu. uuuoo pfBHn HJHrla wuu VUUic mou KOU tuo DUU. '. WITT MEADOIV? hardinsburg,' y;2T V'&ssirav HARRY BUENTHER ACY o-TEnsrs- & BR . ! i Afr Tt4. iur: Cfi l,:t:U1 JUUSU ITXcllli Dl., mums -- srs". $M w r mmtmimm EZtsTG - IIDsriES From I to 500 horse power. DO GENERAL FOUNDRY AND MACHINE tS &&& 'earthen jar. Put into a cool place, whero it will constantly bo ns Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, amendment. near freezing as possible Let it stand Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. Do not consult anybody, but invest for three or four weeks beforo using. Keep in Stock New and Second-han- d Machinery, twenty-flvcents in a bottle of Salvation In order to linvo your minco or ChristSteam and Hand Pumns. Gum and Leather Boltinc. mas pies as near perfection as possiblo Oil. It kills pain! Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass GoottoJcciA. When woViflect thut so many human make a rich puff paste, and as you fill ' Ttfgfc). Fipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, of Consumption wo must this with tho mincement add candied beings die And all kinds of Mill and Machine Sunnlies. como to tho conclusion that everybody orange in smnll pieces." should be provided with Dr. Bull's PRICES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory. B Tho St. Louis Republic is pleased to Cough Syrup, tho poor consumptive's pay. Mr. Speaker Mooro tho following Correspondence solicited. friend. ltaudsomo compliment : Tho Kentucky si Legislature has dono tho right thing at JL Hartford Votes a Tax. tho right tlmo by electing RepresentaHartford voted Monday on n proposi- tive Mooro as Speaker of tho House. tion to subscribo 19,000 to the capita Colonel Mooro is a Missourian and was C( stock of tho Louisville, Hardiiibburg nnd a member of tho first Legislature of this THAT CAN BE RELIED OH Western railroad. Tho tax carried by n State, which met nfter tho adoption of BE UP hnidsomo majority. Tio mhscription, tho present Constitution. Immediately which amounts prnctiailly to a donation, after his retirement ho removed to TO JXTcyt o is $1,000 a inilo for tho road from Cynthinna, Ky and from tlienco has exTHE MARK to Hartford. Tho town has receiv- tended his inlliioncu until evorbody in BEARS THIS MARK. ed certain encouragement that sounds tho grand old State knows nnd loves . i '. llko a promiso to the moro, entlitisiabtio him, If this sort of thing continues for citizens that the road will bo built dur- any length of time Missouri will bo oven ing this yenr. Owensboro Messenger. with Kentucky in tho mutter of stateso BUS! JfclSi'liSB j "'.ffl' G-I'V- H TJS O-A-XjI- j. aenr WATERPROOF TSTo COLLAR or Fords"-vlll- to Or3JLt! to Pigtooli TRADE MARK -- manship. Ignorance of tho morirs of DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers is n misfortune. These little pills regulate tho liver, euro hend-achdyspepsia, bad breath, consitnation 'and biliousness. Sold ly Short & lluy- la nes o. olllco. All kinds' of Job work done tit this At You don't want a torpid liver. You don't want n bad complexion. You don't want a bad breath. You don't want a headache. Then uso Do Witt's Littlo Jiiirly liiscrs, tho famous littlo pills. Sd- - hy S,hort & Hayncs. Buy tho Monarch shirl, XFLLUL 0ILK. CAN fv. tt9H NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. M WIPE OLIAN IN A THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D COLLAR IN THE MARKET. WATERPl :? f - WflFlMlii i wiur-iWfw-'- - to - '"iwwwwpTw 1PWPWlWW,(W'IWWPMPiMfc(N3',iWWi5JVW1' ArvSjrCS ' shkidge News. Y V. immmmnmmmtmmmmmm ID AY, JAN V Alt Y 13, 1S02.' " VIRGIL O. J'.AIIIlAGIt, Editors unit Proprietors. I A iu. lias been presented in the Legislature providing for separate conches for wliito nnd colored passengers on the railroads in this State. HAHD1HSBURG DEPARTMEHT. PUT HOUSES IK THE (l.UAItllACi: L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. GOIKO Udltor WEST. , Local Tlmo Curd. 'Jti. m' -Exprws (folBj East " wesi;n. 6.57 p.m. Kut? "? " Ky-fo- Ciiexky & Co., doing business in tho City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, nnd that said firm will pay the sum years. Yellow Girls. t ONE HUNDKUD DOLLARS for each Rev. John Wnldruf was in tho city Endevt Porter asks for a fur- BY BUYING YOUR cannot last week. and every caso of Catarrh that ropriotion of 1,000,000, to con- THE CLIMATE, PRETTY WOMEN be cured by tho uso of Hall's Oataiuui Bud Hook has moved into tho Hayes i,york of tho census. II has CcitE. AND HOW THEY DRESS. property. cost FRANK J. CHENKY. MIrs Ellen Footo went to Bewleyvillo Sworn to before me nnd subscribed in Tho Czar of Russia's Daughter Beauijtepublican Stato Central Com- - my presence, this 0th day of December, last Friday, meet in Louisville January A.' will tiful In Every Particular ExMr. James II. Gardner's little girl lias D, 1880. "fix tho date and placo of meeting tho measles. cept Her Language. - . . A. W. GLBASON, Stato convention. SEAL Pure old Burbon whiskey for salo by OP Xotmy Public. John II. Glasscok. Our Correspondent II an Ilia llycs In flhst silver coin from tho now dcllnll's Catarrh Cure is taken internalWlitniOpcn and Jots Down B. F. Beard & Co. are handling a big quarters and ly and acts directly upon tho blood and , conating of halves, Ercrytliliiff Tlial In In- lot of tobacco this year. amount of $50 has been mucous "surfaces of the system. Send :torcmlnir In Tho When in town bo shuro you tako a Washington. for testinionals, free. Capllul City. Jewelry store, F. J. CIIKXKY & CO., Toledo, O. look nt T. C. 8-- r J. D. Bcelor took his hoga to Louisuu mat ino revisory v,ommiB-- ESTSold by Druggists, lo cents. Hrkckkxmdob News Buhkau Washville last week and sold them at a fancy Frankfort will not complete its ington, Jan. IP, 1892 A few words ought price. lor three monthB yet. Only three Sullivan Dooley. to be said about the theatres in the Nabefore the Commission have Stop at the old Hamblcton House tional Capital, and they ought to bo said On Tuesday, January 5, 1S92, at tho l disposed of. W. W. by some ono with sufilcicnt inilucncc to residence of tho bride's parents, Mr. when you como to the city. Nina C. Vessels, Prop. Tho play bring about n reformation. John II. Sullivan and Miss Pna Ohio Legislature has Sewing machine oil, needles, rubber houses, when onco in them," are good Dooley, vcro united in marriage, tho Urn pucrman to mu uimeu owra ceremony being performed by Rev. D. F. bands, shuttles, etc., call for what you enough, and tho plays that go to them late. Mr. Sherman is one of the lead- - Shacklett, relative of tho bride. It was want. T. C. Lewis, aro good enough, but tho great difficulty ipublic men of the country and has one of tho most impressive weddings of Come and see tho Davis Quilter, it's a is in getting into them. Tho doors aro .. . r .. ..i.i en in continuous puunc Hervicu the season. honey now since tho improvements have not opened until 7:30 and tho curtain As wo soil our Btock at cost from now until aftor Now Year, call in years. Promptly nt 10 o'clock tho Mendels- been mado. Jolly Meador. rises nt 8:15, not allowing Bufllcient tlmo and price our goods, you wjll ho sure to buy from Goodman & Klein. sohn march pealed forth, and the bridal IRVING-TON- , Dent Brown has moved his beef shop for ono to lenve home nfter the doors are Piik State Auditor nas uecnueu iu party entered the parlor with no attend opened and get seated before tho play to Mr. Monroe's old stand. He keeps K farther1 license to the lottery Coni ants except a pair of (lower-girl-s Misses f rcsh beef I have recently bought out McGlothlan Bros., Boot and Shoo Shop begins; thus it becomes necessary for and pork every day. nes in this State The present Legis- - Com L. of this placo, and am now prepared to do any and all kinds of work in people to go early, and then get admisAshcraft and "Tottie" Parsons. II. C. Shrove, O. T. Yates, P. G. Bryan sion by turns; if thcro aro fifty people at that lino. I invite my old friends to give mo a call. r4.h0 begun the war on lotteries Tho bride was attired in n stylish travelT. J. MORRIS. CLOVBRPOIIT, KY. is viicicnnmeu w mpo inuu uui ling cofetuino of grey IJedfortl cord, trim- Louisville nnd Robert Miller, Owcnsboro, tho theatre when you get there you aro were at Beard's hotel last week. inpletely. flowers, Magna forced to get in line, outside of the house, med in featherine; DANGER ON THE ELEVATOR. Mr. W. AV. Helm, tho land lawyer, and consequently you nro the fifty-firTrain I ne n Doc to Die for Truffle. Charta roses; ornaments, moonstones. unsettled Tho parlor was beautifully decorated who visited this placo frequently a s person who gets in ; reserving your seat IVoplo Who Should lie direful How tonvict question is still It has been found that dogs could bo trained to hunt truffles, nud so great is Tiesseo5tnto troops have been with English ivy, and this simple style ago, died in Louisville last week. Thoy Ua the lUjiliI I A tin. days in ndvnnco will not chnngo your tho demand in France for the trufile that Er'sd aWiut the Coal Creek Mines was greatly ndmircd by every one, so The general use of rapid traveling elegets in Mr. Felix Monroo was up from Glen- - condition ; if a gallery hoodlum K- ivators is having nn effect upon tho peo- many of the canine species are now, in any dis unique was everything. some time, ready to quell denno last Saturday. Ho says business is lino ahead of a box patron who has a ," ple who uso them that is causing n good certain districts, possessed of this estibut the miners aro still huf- tance, "& After the ceremony the wedding party starting ofi" very favorably thcro for him. ticket, the box patron must stand in lino deal of speculation as to whether it is mable talent. The training through h, nnd "spil'en for a fight. retired to tho dining room whero a magRev. I'M. Barnes was hero visiting his in rain or mud and sneak in when his safe for a person having a weak heart tp which they pass in order to acquire a nificent breakfast was in order, after brother, W. K. Barnes last week. ride up and down on them habitually. scent is a decidedly agreeable one. To Ho turn comes. iiE xqcent attempts upon tjvc lives which the brido and groom left on tho preached at tho M. E. church Sunday Some persons believe that tho rapid mo- begin with, finely cut or sliced truffles N'EflltO A LOVELY CONDITION. THi: nro mixed daily with their food, until at prominent people by tho uso of dyna- - East bound train for Louisville, for their night. tion and sudden stops are liable to The negro is another lovely condition heart disease. Doctors are not posi- length they develop n liking for tho te, in the hands of cranks, in different future home. Quarterly meeting was held at tho M. that presents itself particularly in Washtive on the subject, but their opinions flavor. ftions of tho country, has induced There was a good wish in tho heart of E. church last Saturday nnd Sunday, ington theatres; theso colored and odor- ecem to lend color to Afterward their owners conceal in the theory that n ResentntiYO McCrcary, of Kentucky, every one who had come to look upon Rev. Elmer Shepard was present and ous nud ignorant Cauli-llowearo recog person with a weak heart should 'not some portion of a field whero truffles nro ltroduco ft bill in Congress to regu- tho mating. Miss Dooley has been consupposed to exist a little tin dish of filet officiated. nized nt the box office ns quickly ns tho ride frequently on such elovators. Iho sale of this article to responsible spicuous in society for her beauty, the "This is certainly a very interesting aux truffes, covering tho tamo with a Rabbit hunting was the rago while the President or even n newspaper man. question," said Dr. Thomas sons"on)y. J. Mays, few handfuis of earth. Tho dog is tlwn amiability of her disposition and the snow lasted. Dick May tumbled n few You find them sandwiched between Who makes diseases of tho heart n brought out nnd urged to hunt for I ho Of culvariety of her accomplishments, white people in tho choicest beats of tho specUlty. "I huvo heard people com- dish, goaded by an empty stoimndi. Jexjamav Franklin was a great man. tivated mind, with a surpassing grnco of and Chapman Moorman scalped ono with NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE finest theatres, and in fact, most everyhis ramrod. plaining of a sinking feeling in theso When ho at length finds it he is caressed Lws a wise man ami a successful woman; ot that high courage which acwhere else in town. It is common for rapid transit elovators, but whether tho by his master, and thus in tho space of E. Oglesby, John Alexander, Isaac IriSse man. What he said and done cepts cheerfully the obligations of duty, FOR THE tho town dudes to escort yellow girls to a movement of the elevator has any effect a few weeks ho will readily learn to itirao holds good in this dny and devoted to her church and its ordinances, Norton, R. C. Owen, Ken Rhodes and well known variety theatre here, nnd oc- on tho heart or not I am not prepared to hunt for tho vegetable itself. WashingHear him, "drive thy business; and full of worthy aspirations. Miss Len Cashinan were stopping at Vcfsel's cupy the boxes with them throughout say. When a person's heart is diseased ton Letter. " that drive thee. ' You can't do Nina has won the endearing regard of all hotel last week. tho slightest chango of enUkIiii; Amber to Iinltutii Jcurli. tho entire play. Tho most polito negro in any waywill nflect '"driving" without newspaper ad- - who have known her. it, of couruo. Tho vironment Freight and timber is accumulating so in Washington would be lynched for Arnber is often seen carved into tle-gamovement of tho elevator causes a ing, Jl you want a urovo oi cus- The gentleman who has won her, Mr. rapidly on tho Louisville, Ilnrdinsburg forms in ancient Etruscan jewelry: Everything is change of environment, but it may or in Kentucky. uuring this good year of '02 use John II. Sullivan, of Louisville, stands nnd Western that an extra train is run negro known as heie; negro soldiers, negro police, may not cause nu aggravation of tlw Tho magnificent necklace musterpieco the Turns of tho BnccKEN-miMii- : Ni:ws high in the respect of tho community on Sunday to help get it oat of the way. of Prince do C.inino's, tho The Best and Cheapest Family Journal in the United States. negro guides and guards, negro lawyers, heart trouble. Doubtless it quickeiid tho Etmsca.i goldsmith, has pendants of and judiciously. and is universally esteemed, both for the The present session of Prof. Shacklett's professors nnd editors. And nearly every tho movement of the heart, but without alternate beetles of sardonyx and amber. attributes that command success and for school will close next week. Tho Pro- negro hero is Catholic, as nearly all tho investigation of tho subject it would Juvenal represents his patron displaying IDOX-.ZLi.A.IEIvjok David 1J. Hill, of New York, the geniality nnd courage which charact- fessor says B seem to mo that tho movement of n nt his feast a bowl embossed witli beryls that the outlook is good for a population for the matter of that. rapid transit elevator would ouly affect and raised work of amber. Pliny rered in Washington last Friday and erize his bearing. He is ono of louis-ville'- s full attendance at tho spring session, a AX! A WOltD AMOUT CLIMATE. ' Jho oath of oflice, and is thoso persons whose hearts are affected. cords the fact that it was usedtoiml-tat- o With tho most perfect news gathering machinery, and with correspondents in the rising young business men nnd number of scholars having already arTho atmospheric conditions that blow However, I am not prepared to give nn figure in National politics at the has bright prospects ahead of him. Bg all tho ransparent 6,tones, especial- overy section of tho hahitahlo globe, the Wekki.y Hkuvi.d is enabled to lay beforo rived to attend from tho surrounding aro said to opinion without study of tho question." ly the Hinethyat. Philadelphia Times. over this city of til. Fenator Hill is likewise a its readers tho lntest intelligence and inost entertaining news from every city nnd As Father Ryan has said : country. Dr. Frank Woodbury, nnothor physiresemble tho climnto of Kentucky. It cian who gives heart troubled special country in tho world. oinent Democratic candidate before C.chI hliM tlliMn bntli in till' linl) pc.icc, $200 to $500 per month can bo mado docs not get colder than Kentucky, but A Stun W'lio I'ats Gls. Tho reputation for freedom and indopondenco which ithas required during tho A Ion); brief moment the rite was dnnv, National Democratic Convention for selling the Davis Quilter. Call and sec the changes aro oftcner and moro ex- attention, also said ho hud not Btudied grace, According to the Charleston World, many years of its prosperous career will bo maintained On hum in line Till e nomination lor rrcsiiient. in tne question, but ho was r.tther inclined or write to Jolly Meador for territory. I treme. Tho reason assigned for that is tho Making two lic.irta forcttr oni". Tie of Now York he is held in high to think the movement of n rapid transit the driver of a car on one of the street C.L. A. will sell this and Ohio county out by that tho district is located in the Potomac elevator would uffect a person; "but," railways of that city is n confirmed glas3 tmong a certain element of his ior Precincts or will sell tho whole county. flats and is also very near Cheasapeaquo said he, "I think it would havo more eater. Tho driver, although n small, ity, und. ultimately a clash will coino spare man, appears to enjoy perfect Jolly Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. STEPHENSPORT. bay. It grows warm and cold in an hour; effect on tho nerves than on tho heart. I health, nnd his glass diet, while may btwecn him and Cleveland. His move- it camo down in .ouo of thoso elevators Officers of Hreckcnridgo Lodge No. 07, it rains nnd shines in hnlf an hour; ents, for a time at least, will ho closely morning with n lady, and sho com- not bo vory nourishing, does not appear elected December 20, 1891: Thomas J. last evening after theatre people were this atched by party managers. she to havo been very hurtful up to tho plained of a sinking feeling, ns Mrs. A. It. Miller is slowly improving. Jolly, W.M; A. Meador, S. W; Andrew promenading the Avenue ; this morning was going to faint. Not having if given present. Mr. tiraham Jolly, of Sample, was in Driskeli.J. W; John P. Ilaswell, Sect; sleigh bells gliding through six inches consideration, tho matter any iIt has been five months and a little town Sunday. I'untlni; l'Uli. G. Jolly Meador, Treas; C. F. Black, S. D; of snow awoke tho lato nnppcrs. nm not prepnred.to give an opinion, but AND GARDENING, ON ORIGINAL ARTICLES PRACTICAL FARMING ttter, since tho Democrats of this It is said that a number of tho larger Miss Dixie Perigo returned to Louis- II. M. Davis, J. I) ; David Driskell, S. (strange ns it may seem there are very I should think nervcus people would fish never eat anything when traveling tnnty were out and gave themselves a WOMAN'S WORK. PROGREST IN SCIENCE. and T. few pretty women in this city. It is a very probably bo affected by( the sudden up rivers to deposit spawn, at least nothfil good airing. AND SHORT STORIES BY THE BEST AUTHORS. SERIALS There is no reason to ville last w eek. great exception to see ono of beauty "of and swift upward or downward motion ing is found in .them when caught. As o Mrs. .las. Crawford started Monday for The genial and popular County AssesWIT AND HUMOR. LITERATURE AND ART. to it now, except to say that tho of nn elevator." tudo the period of tho year is about the time sor Ionard Cashman, was hero last face, while in Kentucky it is tho reverse AND INFORMATION ON ALL SUBJECTS. NEWS FOR VETERANS, "remembers tho occasion with Toronto, Canada. Dr. John D. Shoemaker was another of Lent, they probably have respect for ide. Along in this fino old winter Mrs. Chas. Wadlington relumed homo week. He has been continuously in tho Ono thing that makes them appear physician who declined to express nn tho Monthly. occasion. Median's Assessors ofilco for eighteen years. Ho homelier than they are, if that is posopinion. "I havo heard the matter disfather wo don't exactly know what last week from Evansville. Tho stamp of Purity and Truth in Ideas, Stories and Nowh will ho strictly of them cussed," said he, "but I have not given sible, is tho fact that Statement of the Condition of the boys may bo doing but, wo enn bet Mr. l&tcllc Wedding, of Evansville, served eight years as deputy under Kit maintained. ; whether they need them it personal attention. Tho motion of a Weymeth, before ho was elected to tho wear glasses linay be safe to Bay that nono of them Lid., was in town last week. or not is n question for their opticians, rapid elovntor undoubtedly has n temofilco himself, eight years ago. around giving tho paas word to the Clarence Davis has been very ill for porary effect on some people, but whether Ixt meeting of the county Wheel. Oh, At IIiirtllllKbiiri;. Send all Subscriptions to Your watch mado to keep time, your but that thoy wear them is n horrid fact. it affects tho heart permanently or not some time, is now improving. Thcro is ono agreeable thing that may ft, they are hardly built that way, but Atthecloie of business December 31st, 1891. clock mado to keep time, your new I cannot say." JAMES GORDON BENNETT, bo said of Washington's women. Mr. Conrad Deppo was in town last Tho sry mothers son of them aro just lay- watches, your everything in tho jewelry UESOUSCKS. Another physician said.,that 'many younger ones dress moro richly than any persons' nerves nnd hearts nro affected Notoa and bills discounted to pelt it hard week tho guest of Miss Sallie Davis. lov, and getting ready NEW YORK WEEKLYHERALD, NEW YORK CITY. $74,026. 31 lino. I am in the business, I mean busi3,697 60 Mr.Jsam Ilrashear, of Parkland, was ness, will mako you feel that I know my I hnvo ever seen, except tho Czar of by the excessivo use of tobacco, nnd the Hanking house and lot tho next fellow that sticks himself out 1,478 59' tho guest of Mr. R. A. Urashear last business, and will stand by my business Russia's daughter, with whom I am right rapid motion of the elevator will always Fixtures and furniture iiinst a nominee. That's right. Due other 12,504 G6 royally acquainted, by reason of having affect them. Tho heart is always af- Cash fromband banks week. Do not fail to Subscribe now for on 6,109 05 ami customers. Don't you forget it. T. donated some valuable money to the fected by tho constant uso of tobacco, run jNews tins week comes out as an Grippe reigns supremo here, nnd is C. Lewis. its movement easily quickened by IS 04 Total, $98,3 famished ones of her pa's domain. She and kht column papes. If tho demands on becoming quite a nuisance to tho comLUMLITIKB. Mrs. K. A. "V. Diirbngo died nt her is beautiful in every particular except excltemmit of nny kind. This is espeHEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD . advertising space keep up the munity. $ 25,000 00 home nenr this placo last Thursday. Mrs. her language, which I nm not yet quito cially the case with persons of a nervous Capital stock temperament, and those persons always Due depositors 09,407 72 ange will bo permnnont, otherwise it Messrs. J. W. Jarrett, A. .T. Perrigo Iturbago was one of tho oldest ladies in on to. I go down to tho Itussian Legation 3,817 32 havo sinking feeling when a rapid transit Undivided profits 111 fall back to its original sizo. Wo and A. R. Miller, went to Cloverport her neighborhood and loved nnd respectovery evening or bo, however, nnd she elevator suddenly starts or stops. doing our level best to make tho Monday. Total, $98,:UJ 04 ed by nil who knew her. Her funeral thinks I will soon bo nblo to copyright Whether theeorapid transit elevators I, M. II. Heard, Cashlor of (he above named a welcome visitor to every house- have a permanent effect upon tho heart bank, do solemnly swear that the above state- Mr. J. II. liy, wife and daughter, ller-nic- servieo was held hero in tho Uaptist a cinch on her kind of talk. Tho young ALEXANDER'S IIOTBL. id in tho land. Wo want to give our returned homo last week from church on Friday, nnd tho remains lady had her vios on tho subject trans- or nerves, lie would not venturo an mont Is true to the best or my knowledge and Irons value received for their money. iM. II. DHAUD, Cashier. opinion. Philadelphia Record. boll'. interred In tho city cemetery. Tho Czar's daughter, lated for me. Kvansvillc, lml. THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND Ivo fail it is an error of the head not of Subscribed and sworn to before me tbls, the Clmrm to Wurtl On DUeme. Herod llashnin was released from tho whoso nnino I accidentally spelt right on wife of Hewit Hawkins, Horn to tho Bates $2.50 For Day. 1st day of January, 1892. heart. Our time, our cneigy, our J.vo. P. IUsu'sll, at Frankfort last Friday. ono card I sent her, is said to bo tho most For what will'chnnns not bo worn?" I Cor. JcfTerson, Center nnd Green Streets, opposito Court-IIousrplus, aro all employed to this end. Tuesday tho oth, nu eight pound girl. penitentiary Notary Public. Ho arrived hero on his way homo Satur- beautiful girl in Washington, nnd her know Arnericnn mothers who buy seeds arp making money but not hoarding Congratulations nro in order. "Job's tears" at drug stores to string LOUISVILLE, KY. day. He looks pale and haggard from costumes cost thousands each. S. Pearl Hanks, fivo year old daughter Every dollar goes into our business them into n npcklaco to hung nbout tho W. R. LOGAN, Manager. Ho was sent up P. 8. I will telegraph you her name baby's neck to ward off eye troubles. 11. Hanks, tlied Saturday night of his long confinement. we need every dollar that is duo us, of W. A. W. Jones, J, J. Sullivan, J. L. Mat shall, Clerks. Or the Condition or the for ten years, but his friends hero having soon as I send the boy down to our Tho Dechuana mother strings beetles of dear reader if you owo us a dollar pneumonia fever and la grippe. grave doubts as to his being guilty of tho castle to get her card. a certain secies and hangs them about kd it in nnd help us, it will aid us in Mr. and Mrs. II. S. English wcro called charged ngainst him, signed a W. S. STEnilETTK. tho neck of her baby to help it in teethi Iking a very much better paper than to ISrandcnburg lost week to tho bedside oflenso AT CLOVERPORT, KY. ing. petition to the Governor for his pardon Press Gallery, TJ. S. Senate. nro now sending you. of her mother, who is very ill. At tho elnfe of business December 31st, 1891, Professor Putnam found metacarpal and he was released hist Frid y. Miss Fnnny Urashear, of Preston, will ArSKTH. A Tearful Railroad Wreck on the hones of birds buried with babies in the LITTLE OR NO APPETITE, little graves which ho discovered under Notes and bills dlro't'd $151,110 02 Big Manufacturing Enterprise tho meeting of tho Court of ClaiuiH tako tho primary room in Public School It Monon. " fu'rn ture 2 572 25 tho hard clay floor of old houso circles Dank fixtures and NOTHING IASTES RIGHT TO YOU ? Mr, David It. Murray assures us that November last, tho question arose here, as Mr. F. M. C. Jolly's health will 3.335 14 mail train, which in Arkansas and Missouri. From anal- Hanking houso and let Tho North-boun. 1,287 59 nn Fnstcrn company with tho money al- lcftLouisvillo early last Monday morning, ogy with modern Indian tmstoms, ho Overdrafts jug tho magistrates what tho tax not permit of his finishing tho term. 103 35 If po buy a 50 cont bottle of LEMON CIIILI Mr. L. T. Roberts gathered from seven- ready up, is becking a location for a largo heavily laden with passengers en route to believes these were charms to help tho Suspended debt issincnt in tho county should bo for U nds 25 881 04 TONIC and &30 what a chnnpo it will mako. n ty acres of cornJKOO bushels, making manufacturing enterprise and that Clo- Chicago, went over a sixty-foo- t present year. Under the new child in cutting its teeth. Professor Due from Hanks 3274 35 embank-men- t, This Tonic is not only tho Surest llemedy 'or 19,7.15 30 Frederick.' Starr in Popular Science Cash on hand Chills, hut as a Blood Purifier and Appetiser la they arc not authorized to levy nnaeragoof fifty bushels per acre, ho verport is down on tho list as a favorablo two miles north of Crawfordsvillc, ' Monthly. Children Pleasant as lemonado. nncnualed. pll tax exceeding $1.50 on each malo nlso killed ono hog, which nfter hanging point. Ho says ho will bo in direct cor IKV.IrlM 1UJ1M1TW Total, $239,071 01 Ind., nt :5 o'clock. Tho accident occurred cry lor 't rcspondenco with them this week nnd on n curve whilo tho train was running LU1III.1TIK8. abitant and a tax on property not to on hooks over night weighed 100 lbs. Htupiietl to Out the Hod, EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED. $ 45,100 00 eed fifty cents on each $100 vnlua- Joe Jefferson is a devoted disciple of Capital stook Wo regret to hear of the death of Mrs. hopes to lmvo a representative of tho nt a rate of twonty-flv- o miles an hour. 105,987 68 Deposits Undor tho old law tho poll tax S. E. Holm, which occurred December company to visit us soon. Izaak Walton, lie always has nn eyo Surplus fund 22,000 00 It was duo to a brok.cn rail. Tour perA. open for fishing tackle and wants tp buy Undivided profits 4,529 46 Tho town can be made to hum during sons wore killed, fivo or moro wcro fatalLi no as much ns so.uu out uwiur Hth, nt tho homo of her son, S. L. Helm 35, 4 per cent, duo every now variety of iolo ho sees. A fow Dividend No. to pro- - M. D., Spears, Ky. Sho was the wifo of tho coming spring nnd summer if our ly th law were they authorized 1 801 00 January 4th, 1892 hurt, nnd nbout fifty others wcro in- weeks ago ho was on his way to u funoral CLOVERPORT, KY. iBcemed to bo tho debatablo point. tho lato Dr. S. L. Helm, who wnB pastor pcoplo will nil keep their energy on top jured. Two coaches wcro burned, 250 00 Dr. with his sons, when ho happened to spy Funds to pay Taxes Ippinlon from Attorney General iron- - of tho Baptist church hero for several nnd unite in nn nlMogcthcr pull for tho nnd Mrs. "William L. Ureyfoglo nnd a particularly attractive fishing rod in n $239,071 04 Totsl, LAND FOR SALE. to County Attorney Hoard will years before, and nt tho tlmo of his front. FortSalo. sovcrnl trainmen of Louisville, wcro store window. "Boys," said ho, in his I, A. H. Sklllmnn, Cashier nf the shore This farm lies In BrepkenriJgo county, on tles8 Bettlo tho point. Mr. Hen- - death. best funeral voice, "I think I'll havo tiina named bank do soUmnly swear that the above the head waters of Long Llek and among tho injured. Mr. S. Ii. Sulzer was up from Caunel-to- n One thoroughbred Ilolstuln lull and throo s says. to buy that rod let's go in. It may not statemect Is true to the best or tny knowledgo tnllo from thu In II. A W. rallond, and Is well "The assessment and col- A. 11. SKILLMAN, Improved. Will sell as a whole or divide hi thoroughbred llcrksblre hogs, males, last week nnd instructed his manabo there when wo como back." Sua and boiler. mow urprnna ai.ma.nao bnjf taxes for tho year 1892 will bo imowN'S For' ron Tim iiLOon, t'ashler. tracts to suit purcbusers. For further InI'or 1SO-Francisco Argonaut. ger, Mr. Nolto, to distribute lidding nnd Contains One IlimdrrU Jlrclpt for mnk-In- k Weakness, Malaria. Indigestion and Ipr tho Constitution and tho laws as Subscribed and sworn lo before me, this, tho formation address particulars and prlcej address llor, Thurinan delicious Cnilr cheaply ami quickly 2d day of Jan. 1892. Cius. 11. Skumian, other supplies to tho recent firo suHerere W, W. LEWIS, 'twisted as of tho dule'of tho assess- - I"UoU5i,,iro,.s mow HITTBIM. At Iiomo. Tills book Is t'tvou nwuy at drug N V. 11. 0. vira liny tho Monarch shirt. Owensboro, Ky, K'chardson, Coolllan, Ky, It currs quickly. l"or mIo by all tlealcn lo in this city. stores. of 10th Fentombor l&J." und t'oueral medicine. Uct tho genuine. Rto ' Lucas County Fiiaxk J. Chesky makes oath that ho iPrceiclfit has appointed Judgo is tho senior partner of tho firm of F. J. iia uhu ui ot Jfgaa&y, Iw "&''; MT ii wit - Si:s tok Poller has introduced n bill in tho Senate, providing forn loan of $100,000,000 in. treasury notes to tho citizens of Indiana to ho secured by mortgages on their lands. N.WL IW TIIEl'li" HI. Cfiffl, Passenger Dally nr'r. Uardtniburg..l2:42 . p.m. OOIJCO KA8T. Passenger Daily arr. llardlniburg.. 7:50 a.m 9 46 p.m. VIl)MIMNlVIV t ::" Statu of Ohio City ok Toledo, Commcrco Lommission- - THE NEGRO A CONSPICUOUS FIGliny tho Davis Quitter. URE IN THE CHOICEST Tho kids enjoyed tho skating. Court of Claims next Monday. SEATS OF THE FINEST Jolly Meador for the Davis Quilter. THEATERS. Several ice houses were filled last week. It was the first ico harvest in several Tho Town Dudes And Tho "Dost thou Love Life ? Then do not squander Time. For that's the stuff Life is made of." SAVE TIME, TROUBLE AND ' '"' O-- O TO mm i w SHOES -- : K to-tti- e t. VEST - FOE. THE OLD RELIABLE BOOT 'SHOE SHOP ZY. T.J. MORRIS, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Hats and Caps and Gent's Furnishing Goods. m Goodman & Klein, st few-year- pro-duc- o re 1892 co nt NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD OaSTH .A. TTEl A.SS- y ofiicc-huntc- rs -- DURING- THE YEAR FECIAL FEATURES FOE 189S.- a.. TIE YEAR. s i five-sixt- Bank of Hardinsburg K, TQNEELilUTO e, ME WIJLJLAM c, IMPROVED. STATEMENT Breckinridge Bank, I """"" Sffi TIRED FEELINO, d Con-utio- For Sale by B, FISHER, one-bu- lf ' U i.1t, iuJsWfcU i. mmmmmmmmammm U.LiA JAkfl .J.. niw t yi,rTF'"r,s ' $- An -' ' S' Physician Qflite, Master Allen Kingsburry received GUSTON. during tho holidays n very handsome present in tho shnpo of n gold watch Tho old year Is gone, and the new ono from his uncle, Wallace Kingsburry, is ours to enjoy thus far. in Dr. H7iiVt old Hand up flair, Littlo Rock, Arkansas. It is a very fino La Grlppo is getting in Kh work on OLOVERPOKT. KY. timo picco and Master Allen is very not a few of tho people of our commun-ity- . Clayton, BRANDENBURG. "Billy" is for sahT Jailer Harrington is still sick. Dr. Pnsey is riding night and day. Will Casperko was at home last week. Georgo Casiorko went to Louisvillo Sunday. Sheriff John Hardin's family are about nil sick. J. L. Butter, Philadelphia, spent Sunday in tho city. llill Garcy went to Grahampton Sunday to seo his ma. Happenings have nhnost quit happening in this vicinity. When you como to Brandenburg stop at tho Howard Hotol. Geo. Yeakel will go east soon to purchase his spring goods. Shannon, tho clover cigar Drummer was in the city yesterday. Taylor Hayncs camo homo from Leitchfield Saturday night. Dr. Barges, Louisville, is visiting at Moorman's in tho Lower Bottom. John Cone arrived in tho city yesterday and did a good business in his line. Doctor Pusoy had his ofllco windows cleaned oft" Saturday. .Tho town keeps improving. Edward Grifleo and wife, two very old peoplo living on Doe Run, aro both sick with la grippe. James Cunningham representing tho Henry Wo'f Clothing Company was in tho city this week. V. W. Blake, Mauckport. Ind., camo down from Louisvillo Saturday night and stayed in tho city. Geo. Yeakel and Geo. Ryman havo both recovered from la grippe nnd are nblo to bo out in tho store. Both tho Meade county papers camo out brushed up last weok nnd looked like they hnd their Prince Alberts on. The enterprising drug firm, Nevitt & Gough. hnvo put four new nntlquo oak, nickel mounted, show cases in their store. Tho principle nmuscment now is sknt-in-g of nights on tho ponds. Several of tho boyB have got duckings by tho iro breaking. Miss Isabel Bruncrcamo down from Louisville, and is now nt Judgo Henry Gough's. Sho will probably remain here for sometime. Every ico houso in Brandenburg nnd vicinity is now full of ico, tho first timo in three yenrs. Wc embraced tho first opportuity to get it. Jnmes Scott cut his foot severely witli an nx Inst week. This is tho second of tho kind ho hns met with within tho Inst few weeks. J. S. Hall, an old and respected citizen residing nenr Ekron, died Mondny evening the 11th inst. Ho lenves many and friends to mourn his loss. J. G. and J. W. Harrington got license Inst Monday to keep a hotel mid sell liquor at Muldraugh station. This is the first saloon that has ever been opened at that place. The Hon. B. F. AVillett came down homo from Frankfort Saturday nnd returned Sunday. Ho is on two committees, Public Morals and Enrollments. His address in Frankfort is 312 Clinton nt es Surgeon. Henry Wlnler. Wm i. Winter. Joliu M. Borntracgcr. D Dr. S. S. Watkins, proud of it. Mr. Baptist Weiscnbergcr, an old ger-ma- n stouo cutter, who hns been a resident of this city for tho past fifteen years, died last Saturday nt his homo on tho hill. Ho was a quiet and inoffensive man, n flno mechanic and n good citizen. Ho lenves a wifo nnd five chilHe dren, nil grown, to mourn his loss. was sixty-seve- n years old. Wo nro requested to return tho thanks of his family to tho neighbors and friendH who so COME Tfl THE FEAST Which we have spread out before you. All the good things in Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing served style and seasoned with extremely low in first-class Physician rOFFlCK & Surgeon, Noxt door to Lrcckonridgo Clovcrport, Ky. J Bunk. A. OANNELTON, miul& to order in tho best style. Suits Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. Merchant Tailor, IND. Breckenridge News. 13, 1892. J. KIRST, kindly remembered him during illness. his ' duced prices. Babbage. Do you over think when buying n patP. S. Bell hns moved into his new resient medicino thnt you take chances of dence on Murray avenue. being imposed upon by mercenary and "Gather them in" these prices say to unscrupulous dealers? If you demand you, rjmnants.Sulzcr's. timd-trie- d medicines and stood-the-te"Pas me not" is tho song our rem- you take no chances; if you tako n subnants aro singing. Sulzer's. stitute you may bo putting poison into G. "W. Jordan fc Co., give their per- your system, that will result in tomporary relief nnd tho subsequent wrecking of sonal attention to funerals. The best goods and lowest prices at health forover. Think it over. Did you over hear a complaint nbout Dr. Pierco's Jordan & Co's., furniture house. Pierce's Golden Medical Diswind-proothoso over- Medicines f and covery, for tho liver, tho blood and the coats and cloaks of ours. Sulzer's. lungs, or Dr. Pierco's Favorite PrescripR. S. Caretr left yesterday for Mowea-qu- tion for weakly women, failing to do just 111., to visit his son, Joseph Carter. what thoy nro ndvertised to do? Men you want a shirt thnt will keep out who spend millions of dollars in adverIf tho cold nnd do you good service call on tising a remedy that is a benefaction to Babbage. , humanity, do not tako theso chances Mr. E. II. Marcilliatt hasresigncd his when thoro is not a sterling force, n great position with tho Cincinnati Cooperago remedy back of their advertisements. Dr. Pierco's remedies aro guaranteed to Company. skating on Clover Creek wns give "value received or no pay," nnd tho 'The never better and tho boys are taking Journal is doing a kindness, nnd not seeking to ndvertiso Dr. Pierce, when it a' vantage of it. calls your attention to tho reliability of Tho cheapest placo to get your furnisuch standard medicines. La Sallo and. ture nnd Undertakers goods is at G. W. Peru (III.) Twin City Journal. Jordan & Co's. Smnrt & Co., nro now rendy for busiThe Hancock Deposit Bank'. ness. Read their announcement in nnother column. It is a real pleasure, after perusal of Louis Lisbon, "Fred Mny, .Jr. nnd Mus- tho January statement of this Bank, to call the attention of our renders to its ter Cnrl Lishen loft Sunday to visit prosperity, Bolidity and excellent manat Warsaw, 111. 111., nfter agement. We congratulate our neighbor Grant Adams, of Mowenqun, boast of this useful ami c two weeks visit to relntivcs nnd friends city that it can sound institution in its midst. hero returned home yeotcrdny. First, it has declared n 4 per cent, semiMrs. R. D. Witt was called to Elnorn, annual dividend to its stockholders, as Ind., Inst night on account of tho illncsa good as tho older banks havo done. It of her sister. Mrs. J. II. Sullivan. could well afford to do it, as .it shows a Mrs. William McCrao is lying- - very surplus fund of 81,870, and undivided low nt her residonco in this city nnd her profits of 100,14 after paying tho expendeath is expected at nny moment. This is more ses of the last half year. jAlf Taylor atid Curran Knsoy, of than ten per cent., of its capital stock. Its capital stock is SI 8,700.00, ample for Rosctta, and M. P. Payne, of Bowloy-villall its legitimate purposes, while it carwero in Louisville last week. Mr. Logan C. Murray, of Now York, ries n lino of deposits to tho amount of is in tho city tho gueet of his brothers, $41,912,54 manifesting tho confidence of its patrons in tho Bank as a safe and Judgo J. A. nd Mr. D. R. Murray. concern. '""L. E. Shannon selling the famous DurMr. W. S. Thomas tho cashier, shows ham Cigar will bo in this city on tho marked ability as a banker, and will 15th inst. Save your ordersfor him. "enlarge his linns and, strengthen his The News does not show up'as well as stakes " as tho yerirs progress. It ought to this week. Wo made a mistake in ordering our paper and got it too How to get Thin. small The only safo and reliable treatment Forrio Wilkerson was in Now York for obesity, or (superfluous fat) is tho last weok on business for his firm. lie "fcoveretto" Obesity Pills, which gradutook in Washington and soveral other ally rcduco tho weight njul measurebig cities enrouto. ment, No injury or inconvonience You will find our Bcrial story, "A Lenves no wrinklcB acta by absorption.. Prisoner of War," tho first chapters of This euro is founded upon tho mosl which appear in this issue, interesting scientific principles, nud has been used aft! worth reading. by ono of tho most eminent Physicians Measrs. 0. J. and 55. T. Cox and J. M. of Europe in his private practico "fot-fivSarjent, Union Star, wore hero Monday years," with tho most gratifying ' ' ' on business. They report a great deal of results. in their neighborhood. 29 .Union PnrkJ sickness Mr. Henry Perkins, S. I. Lewis has givon possession of his Boston, writes: From tho uso of tin residenco to Mrs. Emma Smart who late- "LovereUo" Obesity Pills my weight ly purchased it and hns moved into hns been reduced ten pounds in thrci weeks and my general health is very Chas. Lisbon's house in tho AVest end. improved. Tho principles, of Dr. B. J. Harris, of Philpot, Daviess much aro fully Indorsed by my county, Ky., and Mies Emma Dyer wero family physician. In proof of my grntii-tud- resldonco of married yesterday at thoI herewith give you permission t6 tho bridq'a father, Mr. J. J. Dyer, in this my nnmo if you desire to do bo." uso city. Tho wedding was a very quiet afPrice $2.00 per package, or(threo packfair only a few friends being present 'registered' ifnil. All can jongrntulnto himself on ages for $5.00 By Dr. Harris orders supplied direct from our ofllco. capturing ono of our fairest and sweetest LKVKrusTTKSr-EciFiCo., S30 young ladies, a little gem, of which apy' Tho 1 Washington St., Uoston, Mass. to bo proud. man ouclit 1 st Ice-proa, es o, i -youj-treatmeo i EDNESDAY, JANUARY A Plea Fortho Little Hamlets. Thoy Want Their Whisky as Well as LOCAL, BREVITIES. Incorporated Towns. Tho river 18 full of gating ice. Bio Swung, Ky., Jan. 7, 1892. Mr. EniTon. "I wish to know why wo have A great remnant sale. Sulzer's, For canned goods go to Charlie Kuid- - so many saloons In tho county outsiuo of tho incorporated towns," asked Mr. el's. Supplies at Jordan & Silas Washburn, in an article which was TTndurtnkcra published in tho News of December 30. CVs. houses in town aro full Ono reason is this: tho peoplo of "some All of tho ice of our littlo hamlets" wishes to partako of ico. of their daily beverage, as though thoy Reducing our remnantsin January. lived in an "incorporated" town and Sulzer's. consequently they don't hnvo to go ten, Mr. A. M. Kasey went to Vino Grove twenty miles to slack their thirst. Docs Friday. Mr. Wnshburn want to have saloons esMen's overBhirt8 at reduced prices at tablished in all "incorporated towns," nnd let "our littlo Hamlets" go dry, if Rabbage's. Cold weather comforts, our overcoats. not, what does homenn? Again, listen to his next question. "Has tho county Sulzer's. .Tudgo no discretion in tho matter of Fresh bread always on hand at tlio granting license." Docs Mr. Washburn City Bakery. wish tho county Judge to bo partial Mrs. McCrao died nt 4 o'clock p, m. toward "our littlo hnmlets" and favor yesterday. tho few "incorporated towns." Listen HoRt butter Crackers in town at the again : "If ho has discretion in tho matCity Bakery. ter, nnd at one timo such wns tho law, Fresh doughnuts at the City Bakery let him assert it in tho nnmo of good morals, or clso somo of our little hamlets cvoy Saturday. cents for a cupof hot cofTec at will go on from bad to worso until Five tho morals of their iuhnbtnnts will bo tho City Bakery. beyond redemption." Docs Mr, WnshDo you wanl n bargain in shirts, if so burn think thnt the "morals of our little call on Babbage. hamlets," arc nny more susceptible to Call to see us in our .new house. G. corruption thnn tho "incorporated W. Jordan & Co. towns" he Bpenks of sp benignantly. Qf Charlio Mook, of Louisville, was in courso tho county Judge has somo disthe city yesterday. cretion in tho matter, but it would bo David Duncan, ono of our compositors ignominous to decide pnrtinlly, cither for tho incorporated towns, or for our is on the sick list. littlo hnmlets." Even you, Mr. Editor, Hay-ncTho frame work of Mr. Eugene chip in and say it is "A letter with tho dwelling is up. all the at Charlie Reid-cl'- s richt ring to it." Do you mean Nico fresh groceries letter rings right, or do you mean thnt the city Baker. only pnrt of it has tho right ring to it? rrs. J. II. Suliivan; of Elnora, Ind., is Jus. T. Sublett. not expected to live. Our big lino of overshirts nil go nt reThe Evil of Substitution. s' J. B. Smith is prepared to grind your Oliver Chilled Plow points now and will make them sharper than two new ones. Dr. Anderson our very popular physician bos been kept very busy for tho Inst two weeks. La Grippe is mostly tho cause. Tho carpenters wero progressing rapidly with their work on the new church until tho recent cold snap which mado them let up. Thoso weather prophets in our vicinity thnt predicted thnt wo would hnvo summer nil winter this timo will plcaso como forward nnd give us a name for tho weather of last week. A. M. Young is here witli his picture gallery. Now if you want a pretty picture just call on us and wo will tako pleasure in sitting for you, nnd wo will nhnost insure you a beauty in tho way of a picture. Stcwnrt Bros, would hnvo been snwing but for tho recent bnd weather. They have their mill set on tho Concordia and Joo road between S. C. Dow-ell'Mills'. Parties desiring to have lumber cut enn now nvnil themselves of a good opportunity ns tho above parties nro splendid snwyers. Stanley Smith, our blacksmith, is talking of leaving here. Mr. Smith has talked this wny before, but when starting time would como he would conclude thnt while ho might possibly strike something better than what ho is cngac-c- d in or a better neighborhood to 'carry on the snmo business there was nlso n, probability in not doing bo well. Tho Brandenburg correspondent figured tho thing down to quite, n fino point, when ho or sho as the case may bo got on to tho meeting of F. A. & L. U. at that place the first Saturduy in Jan. Now if the nbovo nnmed party meant to burlesque that meeting that is nil right, but if said correspondent mennt to stato tho facts in tho caso wo want to inform tho writer of that item, or any ono else that might bo interested in bucIi news, that said correspondent was slightly mistaken. Now wo would not notice such statements if it wero not for ono or more good reasons. In tho first placo there are several parties in this nnd Breckenridge and several other counties in this part of tho Stato thnt nro readers of tho News, that Alliance items nro of nbout ns much interest to them ns such items ns Geo. Yenkel & Co. hnd to close doors in order to do business, nnd Nevitt & Gough nro lenders in drugs nnd etc. Now so far ns we nro concerned wo don't object to such items as tho above, and the only objection thnt wo havo to tho statement in regard to tho Alliance is that it might make a wrong impression on somo one. All that any of tho members of the Alliance that wo know anything about ask la when you write them up, do so correctly. s prices. BRING YOUR FRIENDS Along and let them enjoy the festival as long as it lasts We have made up our minds to reduce the stock quickly, and to that end will let nothing stand in our way. We will soon need plenty of room, as our new Spring Stock is in course of manufacture. '?! I lifcil 111 nili.Wii w... "DRY ttttm - maT ' .J . v. il ?H This is tho houso for GOODS, This is the house for CLOTHING, This is the House for BOOTS and SHOES, This is the "house for GROCERIES. This is the house for QUEENSWARE. This is thehouse for HARDWARE. This is the house for LAMPS. This is the house for ANYTHING. This is the house for EVERYTHING. If : Julius Winter & Co., "Reliable" Clothiers Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky. -- 601cl Furnishing i Goods. '&3i5&Effii3:ri ' I S Come to this house and BE HAPPY. i HATS. SULZER'! OLOVERPORT, KTE See Our Prices. Furniture If you can find them lower elsewhere, wo will not ask you to purchase" The regular and ! Furniture ! Furnitj MICHAEL HAMMAN, Furniture deal- er Is nltrnya on hnnd with a full etock including Sewing Machines, Coffins, SMART Breckenridgo News Building I Burial Caskets CO, Cloverport, Ky. Picture Frames, Trimmings, Etc. UNION STAR. Owners of ico houses aro preparing for an ice harvest. Tho holidays ju6t past were tho quietest wo ever speht. Master Walter O'Neill's holidays were spent in Derby, Ind. Mr. Charles Chappcll hns moved back from Daviess county. Mr. J. J. Severs went to Louisvillo during the holidays. Mrs. It. G. Ricketts has been on tho sick list but is improving. Mr. Jas. Stephens, of Holt, spent New Year's day with Dr. and Mrs. Milner. Mr. Jas. A. Hargis, of Cannelton, Ind., was tho guest of Mrs. O'Neill recently'.. Mr. nnd Mrs. Owen Cunningham spent their holidays with relatives near Chenault. Messrs. Sam Cashman and Al. Fron-(toilcame down for u hunt during week. Miss Maggie Cart has returned from a visit of several months with relatives in La Duo, .Mo. Mr. J. W. Chappell, wifo and children, of Daviess county, aro visiting Mrs. Neoma Chappcll. Mrs. Cassandra Basham and daughter, Miss Ella, havo returned from a long visit to Leitchfield, Ky. Miss Cora Richardson hns typhoid fever, but is doing ns well as tho nature of tho disease will permit. Mr. II. N. Basham and daughter, Miss Annie, of Cordvillo, Ky., nro visiting Mr. 0. D, Basham, who is quito ill. Mr, nnd Mrs. Jas. L. Cart, neo Miss Bottio Riddle, spent tho holidays with er X-m- street. S. P. Davidson, nged 8:1 yjTOgggCTFgrawtgffiMffl His prices shall bo such, quality considered, that no lelntiu houso can undersell him, and ho is determined to meet tho markQj tho price bo what it may. Always call on Jnm and ascertain prujes lore purcnasing eisewnere. nc means jusi wimt no says, xie can bo undersold. M. U AMMAN, Ulovorport, Ky, -:si-af- . years, died in b226av-- Indiana opposite Rock Haven last week. His wifo survives him, and had ho lived until tho first of next May, they would havo been married 03 years. Ho hns relntivcs in Clovcrport. Pete Fontnino hns not only lost a nico littlo lump of Cnsh since the holidays but ho has lost his Soul(o) besides. Tho lion's share of other's affections has nlso disappeared. Thoy havo nil gono bnck to Peweo Valley to school. There is to be nnother hop in town this week, nnd it will probably not bo necessary for thnt rescuing party to officiate. Should it be, Edmon can blow as long as thero is nny ntmosphero to nggitate. Since the holidays things havo quieted down considerably, but still Brandenburg is doing a good business. This is tho dull senson land tho way to keep your business prospering is to advertise, n and you will find that a local in this is n paying investment. " The Bkeckksiueoe News, camo out Christmas week tersely printed, as usual and witli mntttcr of interest to old nnd young. This weok it is pnrticulnrly interesting on nccount of tho eulogy of tho fnmous " Billy," tho Knight's horse." Mcndo News. Thnnk you, " Knight," wo mnke it apart of our business to try to " get there." Tho California quails that Tlios. II. Ditto and Smiley Henry put out about two years ago wero thought to havo entirely disappeared, but a covey of nbout nineteen has been discovered on Ditto's farm nnd nnother of mora thnn twenty on Henry'B place, Our bird dogs ill not Bet them or pay nny pttentuurto them whatever. "Will wo havo to to import dogs too ns well ns qunils ? Tho Doe Run Natural Gas and Manufacturing Cnmpnny wns sold Inst Monday to eatlsfy an indebtedness of $1400. Tho first bid was to tako 150 acres of tho territory nnd pay tho debt. Tho bidding was Bpirited nnd was knocked off to Georgo Casperko for fivo acres. Tho five acres will bo taken on the Jim Ricketts farm nnd will bo so surveyed ns to includo tho fivo flowing wells thnt aro there situated. Tho remainder of tho torritory consisting of nbout 5000 acres still belongs to tho company. Somo Bon of a gun, or other picco of ordinnnco, pinned a largo card poster onto my coat tail Saturday and I went all around over town a walking advertisement for tho McCormick reapers nnd mowers. Had I not been raised in n town where every body considers it his Christian duty to play all tho practical jokes possiblo, thereby being used to Buch pranks, I would have proceeded immediately to wipo out tho whole blasted town. Tho presence of two slierifls and n city marshal also had a softening eflect upon my wrath so I Just got revenge by counting tho lines and sending in a bill to tho houso charging extra for largo typo and engrnvingH. No frco ad goes with this column. col-um- 3 - K. . 'MaS3 - Groceries. Iff- - Glassware ffi!9sffi3$3iffiS$(BS:Bd j3 f J3"e5&4c?22eM 1&. .. Viftt3ZAViPS?xZm -. T?Av" , . r T ,.W x:ai --- ,"" iifffeM tiB'EE':(31 &3 WE ARE OFFERING GREAT BARGAINS IN THE FOLLOWING LINES OF a'WV.oociw;i-ifJMTwrrr- - : UNDERWEAR Men's Scarlet Shirts and Drawers. Men' Fancy Vertical Striped Shirts and Drawers. .. Men's Gold Mixed Ribbed Shirts and Drawers. B, F. BEARD & CO., THE OLD RELIABLE Men's Fancy Striped Shirts and Drawers. WRITE FOR TRICES. FurnitureDealeri Wo carry tho largest stock in town nnd can afford to givo our cui Wo also carry tomcrs advantages in stylo, quality and prices. JNO. D. BABBAGE, OLOVERPORT, KY. everybody knows, an elegant line of CASKETS, -- SPECIAL OFFER FOR f Mrs. Cart's mother near Derby, Ind. La Grippo has mado its nppearanco hero and among its victims so far are Messrs. L, W. Argabright, E. Crosson, R. T. Cashman, Mrs. Chappell, Mrs. N. Cart, Mrs. Jnko Barger and children. Mr. and Mrs. Philo Hawkins met with quito a loss last weok. Thoy wore moving into the Jiouso formerly occupied by Mrs. Snider nnd had gono to Mr. Q. 8. 'Crosson's houso for dinner, leaving a fire in tho fireplace. When they returned composed of beds thoy found a in progress. Tho lire and was soon extinguished, but fifty dollar will hardly cover the loss. bon-flrbed-clothe- Thirty Days $1.00 Ono doz. Cnrd Plioto for One loz. I'lnin.Cab't Photo for..,. $2.00 I will mnko I'liotos nt tlicso prices for tho next Thirty ilnys. Stop! Stop! Stop! -- COFFINS, ROBES and - AT THE- - BANKRUPT STORE You will find everything you want to cat : - ', --- W. W. BROOKS, Clovcrport, Ky. Full Moodod TRIMMINGS. Photooiiai'iiku. Short it FOR SALE. Horn Bull, fourteen uiunllu old. Aim one twonly-cI(:lhas a fine i cJIgrue. mnnlbs old, till ono' Tin a. J Jolly, Bowlejvlllo. Ky B. F. Beard IIARDINSBURG, KY. . JJo Lottery To he Givkn Away Ausoi.utkia'. Any one for only $2,00 can secure both tho BrcckenrlJge Nowt end the Loulivlllo, Ky., for one yenr wLh the Wcokly Courier-Journopportunity of making catlmntrs for the 'i unprecedented offers of one prtie of $10,000 In Oold Coin, nnd 44 prlioi of $100 ecb la Cold Coin. Stnplo copy of the l, containing full parWeekly ticulars, can he soen &t this olThe. Or on apCompany, Louisplication to Courler-Journville, Ky., a oopy will bo furnished to any freoofrhargo Send your subscription to this ofllii, Jno, D. Ilnbbage Courler-JrurnalCourier-Journa- SUGAR, COFFE, FLOUR, MEAT, VEGETABLES, CANNED GOODS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, k NOTICE. Co., G. W. Jordan A Co havo moved intd tho store room formerly occupied by Wj L. Bcaviti as a saloon. Tho room has '1eon repaired and papered and their stock of furniture shows up much better than' in their old quarters. Call and boo theni In their now place. Mr. M. P. Compton and wife, of Gar-flolspent tho holidays with his brother-in-law, Mr. P, S. Boll ami wile. Mr. Compton thinks he will move hero in the" spring, d, $14,400 IN GOLD COIN FIGS, RAISINS, ETC. WHISKEY In fact everything in the GroceryS-Confectioner- Line ReThankful for past favors. spectfully solicit you to cull, we tnke great pleasure in waiting upon you. J. H. Moorman, Manager. Tbo I, W. Harper Is the finest vhlikcy on earth. Used In inoderatlon, It Is a sure epeci fie for Indigestion, for general debility, for fur mental depression. It Is ns fragrant as ripe fruit and If used in inodoratton It lengthens life, adds to our Jot a and drives dull care away. Tho I. W. Harper whiskey is absolutely pure. It Is prescribed by the ablest physicians of this country, and by degrees It Is winning a world- wide reputation. I havo for salo soveral Turkeys of the put bronze stock, Any one wishing to purcbas call or address me at Bowloyvlllo, Ky. MR3. Z. T. STITMl FOR SALE. gray mules, 6 years old pasj iu unnua uiguj wen mnieneu. mil sll ja A pair of Iron cash or on time. Apply to V. D. HOLT, Holt, Kj MIKE rOPHAM.SoleAg't, Olorerport,Kr. neuu -- andWMiktyBHMhi cured at homowlS. uui pais. .Boo of ucuiaraitnt B.M.WOOLLKY: bw AUamimu. OMoeiOiKW r , JRECKENRIDGE NEWS. 13,1892. OLAY A Beautiful Tributo to a Woman. Dec. 27, Good nt the VICTORIA. Plenty of bad weather and sickness. Mrs. Hcnrietto Mason is very sick. Mrs. Ella Pate has been sick with la grippe. Mr. James Tucker, from near Clover-por- t, has moved on tho farm formerly occupied by Mr. It. V. Pate. Rev. W. II. McDaniel, of Pellvllle, is now pastor of Plsgah church. Bro. McDaniel is a fluent nnd forcible speaker for so young a man. and wo predict that great good will bo dono through him. Dr. Y, Howard, of Balltowp, mado a professional visit Id some of Mr. William Ryan's family last week, nnd whilo tliero by some chance Mr. Ryan's spectacles got into ono of tho Doctor's overshoes. After prescribing for tho patient the Dr. put on his overshoes nnd departed, and did not find out for nearly a week that ho had been wearing Mr. Ryan's specs on his foot. Mr. R. V. Pate moved to Ensor, Daviess county, Ky., last week where ho has his mill located. He will grind corn and cut laths this winter nnd thresh next summer. Mr. Pate and family have left many warm friends behind Miom, and will bo greatly missed in the neighborhood, but as loss to us may ho gain to tliim, wo wish them good health and a pleasant home. ) Shows that all epidemic, Mlemic, antl contagious J cases aro produced by minute infecting germs or microbs, peculiar to each disease, which enter tho system. It being a well settled fact that any remedy which would kill tho germ or microbe would destroy tho lifo of the patient, it has been found that to force out these germs is tho only safe relief from their ravages. In tills way Swift s Specific has for CO years been curing blood nnd skin diseases. It forces out the microbes through tho pores of the skin, nnd soon sends out the poison which tlioy may have left. In this way tho disease is cured, and tho general health of the patient is built up. Treatise on Blood nnd Skin diseases mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Gn. The m ry A BpeoUt Clmnoe. WEDNESDAY, JANVAItY IJKETEB80N; WEBSTER, .AND LINCOLN, POLITICIANS AS WELL AS STATESMEN. hey Had an Eye Their Fences, Watcned The,Fubhc Pulse. era KEPT VP WITH THE IN TJIETIIEXCIICS. A IIOVS says : career of Jefferson was marked by leuKml exhibitions of tho spirit and lico of tho politician, as distinmiish- PJrom tho loftier cflbrtsof statesman- Ho was a proficient pla3er upon Ktwweakiicss of men, and did not per- pkKMfBself to bo outdone in schemes of rptuUr flattery It is easy to sec that Iwltea" ho wrote tho Declaration of Indc- rpwidenco ho vns not inspired entirely by sublimity of feeling and design. With all duo reverence, wo mav kiv of fUmt Immortal document that it contains Lappod deal of demacogen'. It was in- ..1.1S.t IinnJ ma! Iniw trinrlofl in flfrt"41r 14 than to announce a startling and .momentous resolution, and .TfiflnrKnn " know Ktvr to make it servo that inflam- . jing purpose. Tho same faculty dictated liis expressions and proceedings in later emergencies. lie believed in the theory that nothing succeeds liko success, and tie was prompt to utilize small and superficial advantages as well as largo ' .... ... .f...,.l ..,- - tr UlUllb diffilU IIUIUUUU U11UO. 11 U UIU t..l.t IU Honor nis memory as mat oi an lucnl statesman, but wo can readily learn. TMfrertheless, that he did many things vtnat were not meaiiy great. Jio oppos ed Hamilton and other rivals in an 3n,vUlious and unscrupulous fashion; no useu me appointing power to re- "nu ,nuiu ma iwiiiun imu jiuuibii iiih iuus in a degree that has hardly been surpassed , by any succeeding President. 1 Jt is customary to talk of Webster, ir. Calhoun, Benton and others of the -- Jsond school of great American states men as if they had dedicated all of their 'timo and genius to the muking of remarkable speeches and tho inauguration of vastMnitcrpriscs of political wisdom snu beneficence. As a matter of fact. '' however, they did not stand perpetually in attitudes of dlgnifled and exemplary TfaVarfiotf to matters of supremo import- rfncfc. Thov wore vitrilantlv rpreinlfnl nf lejifcr tilings, and did not disdain to take "rounscl of their constituents, and to con trive plans for carrying local elections. JEJs no disparagement of their famo to x that they wore like other men in point of attention to ordinary circum-ptince- s. They wero nil politicians. :ecnly sensitive to prevailing influences, and eagerly anxious about the fluctuations lof public opinion. Tho voice of he, multitude was something moro to ra man a moro agglomeration of rticulato grunts." They respected Esages and appreciated its signifli:- and Its power. Not one among in was over known to take a sten Jnvolvedthe idea of deliberate con- pt for that pervasive and indefatiga- forcc. The lessons of experience ught them tho necessity of pleasing tho eople, and they never thought of trying prosper by any other rulo for service. hey wero wise not only in hooks, but Rlso in men, and they succeeded becaube they marched with the procession. Tliero can be no dispute as to the I superior wisdom of Lincoln. Ho was a LiBtatesman who always did tho riidit f .thing in the right way and nt tho right "lime. Tho tremendous responsibilities that fato imposed upon him wero borne with consummnto excellence, and the whole world renders tribute to his marvelous ability. And yet tliero was no other man of his time, or of any timo in our history, who was better versed in tho art of practical politics. His homely and unflinching honesty did not disqualify him for tho work of beating the politicians at their oun game. They were playthings in his rugged but expert hands. Ho fooled them and used them at his pleasure. Greeley said of him, after a long interview during the war: "Ho is the cunningest man in the United States;" and tho compliment did ! not in tho least imply depreciation of his greatness. Tho subtlety with which ljo.outwitted those who would have de-- 1 coived him was a gift as useful and as almirablo in its way as any of tho high-er qualities that ho brought to tho Mention of unprecedented and tragicnl pro blems. Jt Is related that onco when he had 'bettlcd a perplexing local contest with an ingenous compromise, ho exclaimed: "All there is of honest statesmanship consists in combining individual meannesses for tho pubic good." fo had amble justification, undoubtedly, for this view, and it was fortunnto for Jiis country that ho was politician enough to inako tho most of such a Mtuatiou. Globe-Democrat writcrfn tho --TJw 1 Mrs. John Hay died residenco of her sister, Mrs. Mary Martin, after an illness of two weeks from brain trouble. Mrs. Hays' maiden namo was Miss Ophelia Hardin. Sho was born in Hnrdiusburg, Ky. Sho resided in Louisvlllo and Sliclhyvlllo, for many years, but for tho last soven or eight years has lived on a farm about six miles from Brandenburg. Sho and her family moved to Mrs. Martins a few weeks since. Wo feel that wo can pay no higher tributo to our dear departed friend, than to say, "Sho was n perfect lady in tho truest sense of tho word." Sho was kind, courteous and considerate to all. Sho had lived at ono time, surrounded by every luxury and accustomed to tho greatest affluence. But when adversitiu's cold frosts came, sho submitted sweetly nnd gracefully to its stern mandates nnd tho sweetness nnd fullness of that rounded lifo shown as brightly as In prosperity. Tho grca1 t valuo of her wonderful example, the full beauty of her Christian llfo ean never bo forgotten by her devoted children', desolate companions, affectionate sisters and brothers. May her works of faith, charity and benevolence ever servo as a beautiful beacon, to cncounigo nnd strengthen those loved ones who mourn her. Her loss to you dear children, is irreparable, so sweet, so true, bo good. To tho husband and sisters, her loss is great. Tho sky darkened when at its brightest nnd "Her sun is gono down whilo it was yet day," but "Precious in tho sight of tho Lord is tho death of His Her remains wero taken to Saints." Louisville, nnd funeral preached nt Fourth and Walnut street, Christian church, of which sho was a member. Interred in Cave Hill cemetery. Meade County Reporter. microbes isms) is a mighty host, Army l which indeed no man can Invisiblo to tho naked eye,, number. tho poisonous part of this army is tho s of all the diseases of causo of tho human family they destroy moro lives than war, famine, fire, murder and shipwreck combined, and they actually abbreviate tho average term of human lifo by Tho way to relievo the human body of theso microbes When this is to tako Swift's Specific. medicine geta well into tho system tho poisonous germ must leave ho cannot exist there, hence he seeks nn exit through tho pores of the skin. After he departs, a continued uso of tho Specific will force out the poison, and the patient is well. SWIFf SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. In connection with his army experience, Coloiiol Pat Gil moro, the famous musician, tolls this story; "You boo, wa musicians who march to battlo nro really, tho only ones who nro unpro-toctoWe, of course, oau handlo no weapons and nrj nt tho mercy of bullets. To our duty of furnishing tho inspiring strains to the marching soldiers wo hnvo another one that of carrying tfl tho wounded from tho flold on itrotchors. In ono of tho battles wo wero on our way to tho scono of notion, w hen wo mot a soldier running away from the field. "What Is tho mattorT I Inquired, In chorus with serornl other of tlio musicians. The man hurriedly replied: 0h, nothing at all I'm only wounded in ono of tho Angora of my left hand. I'm off to havo it dressed and will return again.' "But the light of inspiration had come to us. Nn unprotected march for us whon our good angels had thrown such a good chanco In our way. Wo seized tho man and said, ' Get on the strotchor.' No, no,' ho answered; 'only ono of my fingers is hurt. I can got on faster my. solf. Why should I be carried? Do I walk with my hand? 13 1 mo ga "We morely repeated tho order, 'Get on tho stretcher.' He didn't heed ue, and apaln we said moro emphatically, Got on tho stretcher.' Beolng ho was obdurate, we mado a bodily selzuro of him nnd put him forcibly on tho waiting stretchor. "Thon wo bent a hasty retreat with our hur.leu. Wo carried him down a long hill to a plnco of sifoty nnd wo took good care to placo our wounded soldier in a distant place of security. How. wero we to holp it If tho battle was nearly over when we returned to tho field? I always tell tho generals with whom I fought thnt I wns always in of them in tho renr. " A trial convinces tho most skeptical. BANK OF V TTT.QT WIT T .U-O- JhJJ. A Hf -J. J-- A T? A TTVTT?T T?V17T V XVXXVJLUJJXV fXT jCXil 4jK?. T' T l I AJiVX d. HAEDINSBTOG PC F1 mat J 0. W Capital Stock $25,000. D. F, HEARD, President. WILL MILI.KR, M. II. OKAHD, C.hler. Dlreeti.rs DEPOSITS R, Co IlKAKP 1 V Granite CHILLED PLOW. MORRIS KSICUIDOE R. M. JOLLY. j ON TIME WHY It li a ccumleu hw, with no taclct or wax thread to hurt the recti mado of the but nne calf, $t jltoh and car. and becnutt ire make morn thott of the gradethanany other manufacturer. It equal hand teired iho cottlng from ttw to (3.00. tho finest coif Ocnuliir) llnml-ncwr- d, i)ijm 00 crer offered far 3.roi equoli French shoe Imported nhoei which cot from (Silhtolitaa. Hnml-SeiTc- ri Welt Hlior, fine calf. ffi4 00 iV-t- m ttjllib, comfortable and duraUe. Tliebct hoe crer offered at thli price i aame grade, a thoet cottlng from tlou to t'im. Men CO 30 l'ollco Hhoei Fanner, ltallroad calf, andLcttcrCsrrlenallTOcarthcmi flue eamlMt, imooth. Imlde, hcarjr threo tolrs, extenedge. One pair will wear a year. sion no OTtr offered at (CO 00 flno cnlfione better thoe conrlnce U)0o trial will thu price v who wan t a hoe for com fort and entice. US nnd S'2.00 Worklmrninn'd thoei Pa&a are Tcrjr strong: and durable. Those who bare siren them atrial will wear no other make. nnu rji.7i ecnooi ?..uifrtYthn tmvKAVprvwhpr! snoes aro worn thevftell nn meir menu, ns me increasing saies saow. shoe, best -8.1.00. Ilnnd-eowc- d I THE $3 SHOE BEST SHOE IN L. DOUGLAS CENfflfIEN THE WORLD FOR THE MONET? IS THE INTEREST PAID Louisviile, Si Loufs & Texas R, (JP TIME SCHEDULE At 5:00 o'olck A. Wtit UoutA Train! Mail it Kxpr's Kxtor's Dally 25pm 6 40 B osro. M. is. Wednesday Julj 52 29. 'SI Kait lloi nd Trami 54 Mall it I x ir's IJxpr'. HJt 3K Rl STATIONS Dally 7 45am 8 41 8 45 Pally Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 1 00 Kentucky St. 12 45 12(6 West Point Howard 12lpm 114jim Hock Haven Long llrnncll 1138 Meade Springs Kkron Gustnn Irvlngton Lodlburg I'lvrce Dally 9 05..II Boy Sj 720 724 7 47 800 860 805 862 7 47 7 40 7 31 A SWEEPING SUCCESS, Our new "GRANITE" Chilled Plow has gone to the front with! wonderful Btrides. It is now an acknowledged leader with allwho havo used it. Its special merits aro : let. Perfection in outline and Bhape. 2nd. Great turning capacity. 3rd. New combination of metals, hard, yet tough. 4th. Patent adjustablo slip heel, for compensating wear .and giving suck or pitch to plow. 5th. Runs steadily and is very light draft. Gth. Each plow has ono point for soft and another for hard dry j soil. 7th. With all its advantages it is sold at tho same prico as in ferior Chilled Plows. . irllnc siuuia Imported uongoia,veryiyusnieiuauirrencn hoescottlnKfromel.uHotlUii. 81.73 shoe for Indira' 'i.HO, Hi.OO VlMesarethebestfineliongota, find Htrllshaud durable. C'nutlon. See that W. I Douglas' name and price are stamped on the bottom of each shoe. K NO BrnSTITIITE.J Tnsltt on local adrertlsnl dealers supplying yon, XV. ii. JIOIHJLAH, Urocklon, Moss, field Ly 767 807 811 817 827 837 8 47 900 908 917 9 21 llrandeiiburir 11 2H 1125 11 111 920 934 9 44 10 HO FOU SAIilSOY BOWMER &, HMBLETON 8S5 Olfi 911 921 925 Webster till II 01 1UM 10 45 1035 10 30 1023 1018 727 723 715 665 1010 1015 10 10 CLOVERPOBT' KY. (V.VAgvVfV..vA,t Carefully prepared, pleasant to tho taste. DoWitt's Cough and Consumption Curo is a valuable remedy. Sold by Short & Haynes. Some Cork Are Mmle by Hand. The renson for making champagne corks by hand is curious and interesting. AVIljr To Advertisers If you visrj nnd need Irmtructlon, send one dollar for our "Hook for Advertisers.'' A little study of that book will cnablo you to decide what you ought to do, nnd gi vo an I Jen. of tho probablo cost. The ("Of -j to advertise 951 1001 1010 1018 1021 1028 10 M 10 fit 1102 1111 1123 1131 1140 1155 930 946 97 1030 10 44 1060 11 00 1111 1118 1121 1120 M Stcphensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops Skillman Falcon Cayce Lewfsport Staple 6 48 6 40 6 31 1015 1001 0&7 9 44 9 33 Hawcsville I'etrle I'owcrs ii tc 1152-- m 920 920 915 9 00 815 Mattlngly 800 Stanley Worthlneton 765 Snottsvllle 737 101 7 23 n.i.lcrtt. 1205r.m 111 1220am 123pm Lr.Hendcrs'n lv I 715tm 122; 1230 12 40 I'JIlTnm 1210 Tates Owcnsboro 851 837 8 27 626 618 613 610 657 663 640 630 522 615 611 605 4 48 435 425 413 4 0'. 865 337 329 315pm four-fifth- three-fourth- Protection Isn't For The Wage Earner. Sermons in Satire. The right kind of a smile never hurts a prayer-meetin- If you set up for a growler you can bo busy. The only sins that God cannot forgive are tlioso you desire to keep. There is no mansion in heaven for the man who is mean to his wife. Every timo you look at a sin it seems to become a little better looking. There isn't a bit of religion in making a boy do a man's work with a dull hoe. It is only when a man gets where ho has nothing left to bo proud of that tho devil leaves him. People who blow their own horns do not always furnish good music for other people. The religion that is noisy in church is sometimes very quiet in places where it is more needed. A man v ith only ono coat never has to lie awake and worry for fear it will become moth-eatePraying to tho congregation may sound very nice, but it never attracts any attention in heaven. It is n step toward heaven to find out that we nro mado of tho same kind of clay as other people. From the Uauis Horn. Oh, tills rinKiiif- - In the can Oh, this humming In the head I HuwUnt,', blowing, muffing, gaiping, Watering ejes anil thro.it Health Impaired and comfort tied, Till I would that I were dead What folly to sillier so witli catarrhal I m troubles, when tho worst cases of chronic catarrh in tho head aro relieved and cured by tho mild, cleansing and healing properties of Dr. Sage's Catarrh llemedy. It purifies tho foul breath, by removing the cause of offence, heals tho sore nnd inflamed passages, nnd perfects n lasting cure. Worth Making Note Of. Phil's Periodical Attack. Washington, Jan. 6 Philip B. Thompson, of Kentucky, who has just returned from a visit to Now York says: "David B. Hill is being everywhere lauded for his great victory 'n making tho upper branch of tho Now York Legislature Democratic. It is tho greatest civil triumph that has been In a quarter of a century. It places Mr. Hill in tho forefront of Presidential possibilities. Arthur P. Gorman is tlio july other leader of the Democracy at fl comparable to tho Penutor from New N"jrk. Cleveland Is simply relegated to a rear scat. If Hill is not chosen to li Hid the national ticket, it is highly that Gorman will bo tho man. T'io delegation from Now York State 111 go to the convention unanimous for ..HI. What might prevent hia noini-- t ition would bo tho fear that tho Cleve- -' nd faction would use tho knlfo by way jt retaliation. pro-b.ib- lo People who have used Lightning Hot Drops pronounco it tho best general panacea. 8. A. Steel, M. M., W. Vn., & P. R. R., Weston, W. Vn. says: "I havo used Lightning Hot Drops for over two years for both external and internal complaint. ,1 havo always found it a ready panacea for all diseases for which it is recommended. Our shopmen havo It is an established fact that DoWitt's used It for 'cuts, burns, bruises, sprains, i .tie "Early Itisers have an onormous Our experience covers many ills, many colic(icranips, etc., and found it as red, and why? Simply becnuso they pills and many bills. Our ills aro small- commended. I would not bo without It j e pleasant in taking anc happy In re- - er, our pills nro smaller nnd our bills nro in my family for ten times tlio prico of I'to. A pill for tho multitude Sold sma'ler when wo uso DoWitt's Little-Earl- it." tor sale by nil urugglstsjor 25 nnd ' v xhort A Hayneo. Risers. Sold by Short A liny ties 60 cents, 1 Every time I refuse a drink of liquor I nm improving my manhood. Every time I spend a dollar foolishly I am opening a pauper's grave. Every lime I speak a kind word I am adding 11 brick to my templo of i hood. Every time I buy nn articlo I am en- couraging tho manufacturer nnd producer. Every timo I pay a debt I am doing right and helping to put money in circulation. Every timo I refrain speaking in defense of a friend I prove that I am not a friend. Every timo I speak crosi ami Impetuously I'm weakening my ncrvo power and adding to tho misery of others. Tlioso that placa their hopes in another world have in a great measure conquered dread of death tintl unreasonable lovo of life. Hero joys that endure foruvcr fresh nnd in vigor, nro opposed to satisfaction, that aro attended with satiety nnd surfeits, nnd flatter in tho wry tasting. Tho desiro of famo betrays an ambit' ious man into indecencies that lesson his reputation; hois still afraid lest any of his actions should bo thrown away in private. If wisb Watches, parts of watches, watch Ivertijf?rr)er)t Zitj cases, watch movements, and watch prepared and a plan of ndrcrttslnir glasses, whether packed separately or mnrked out ; to be told what papers yon should use, and what tho cost otherwise, aro tariff taxed twenty-fiv- e wiU bo, wo will furnish tho advertisement and tho plan cither or In fact the per cent, ad valorum. both, and submi t them for your conAmerican watch manufacturer is prosideration, together with ourbiU fur tho Bcrvlco. tected at all points and in every movement. On his dial, every second, tho preparing blessings of tho McKinley bill are readvertiseroerjtj, corded for him. Is wasn't so intended, electrotypes nnd estimates tho ad vertiser pays us. rortuoexpensoor the McKinlcyites claimed, but intended iiiacinK nnveruscmems anu watcii-in- s the fulfillment of contracts wo solely for tho benefit of the American nre paid by a commission allowed by workman in American watcii factories. tho publisher of the paper in which tho advertisement appcurs. Singular it is that there were those who tariff taxes and believed tho blatant to learr; If you swallowed the bait; now that it's down all tho Ins and outs of advertising without any cost or trouble, read nnd the fat friers have the peoplo by tho PniNTKns Ink regularly, carefully, Btudlously; Issued weekly, $3 a year. gills, tho efl'ects nro not concealed. Wanted tlm Ttilrgrtipli 3I:in I'lreil. If you wish a comnleto catalocme of The Elgin National Watcii Company has Tliero is a nory going that a business all newspapers, send $5 for the American Nowspapcr Directory. hundred em- manager notified its twenty-eigh- t viciuily ptoved himself nor any further information address He went to the ployes that their pay will bo reduced strangely iguoiaut. GEO. P. ROWELL. & January 15th. They'll have to stand it. managing editor mid complained. "Aro you nwnro, hh,"eaid he, "that Newspaper Advertising Bureau, Protection isn't for tho wage earner. It your telegraph editor is grossly neglect10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. is only for tho few, and for tho few ing his duty and wasting our time?" who damn tho public and aro enabled to Is "Why, no," was tho reply; "what do it because of tho unmitigated infamy tho matter?" of tariff taxation. Kentucky Journal. "Well, for beveral successive mornDr. BULL'S facilitates Teetihiv an ings now I have been watching him, nnd regulates ino uuwoin. and indigestion won't give I notice that the first thing he does when Dyspepsia ABY syrup:all d rugglsts.rrlco25ct8. you flesh, but Lightning Blood Elixir he gets down in the morning is to begin will. Mr. II. Hood, Folsom, W. Va., reading the morning papers. I don't writes: "I had suffered several years wish to be captious, but it appears to me ho had better attend to his work first, from dyspepsia, and tried many remennd then if he has time to read the padies for relief, received none until 1 beBlood Elixir, nnd pers ho can do so." gan to uso Lightning A telegraph editor's first duty is to after taking thrco bottles I feel liko read the morning papers. Exchange several nuother man, nnd have gained "An honest pill is tho noblest work of pounds of flesh. It has dono great work Coughs, Colds, C Bronchitis, Croup, DoWitt's Little Early Hr 1 1 1 1 9 W Cures for me, it has cured me of what would the apothecary." IS-UL.have caused my death. I do not hesi- Risers cures constipation, biliousness Asthma, g Whoopinc Incipient tate to recommend it to tho public, as nnd sick hendache. Sold by Short & - QW I? 1 B Consumption, nndroexperience has taught mo that it is a Haynes. P . lieves Consumptive V I good medicine." 23 ct 3. At all druggists. persons. Prico An imorrtiiic;'ftriionji jluriintm Hotlmcllfld'n Jl Union. Sunday School 'Jvncher And when tt B.ironess Rothschild, liko ttiu the wicked children continued mocking Coutts, has n self imposed the good prophet, two she liears came "mission" in the miserable East E id of out of the mountain, and ate up ovei Sho has built b'ocks of model London. forty of the wicked children. Now, tenement houses in the 'VVhitechapel disbora, what lesson does thit teach lib? trict, which aro rented nt tho rate of Jlmpsv Primrose I know. Teacher Well, Jlmp.y? three per cent on the investment Adjacent to the model housed U nn excelJimpsy Primr ice It lencluw in how many children n hIiu I ear cut hod. lent "club mid library" building, with Boston duller. billlaid room and niusio room, open to III Tho Best Remedy nil tennnts on payment of n penny, and In this world, says J. Hofberr, of Syracuse, Many men owe tin grandeur n' tVli N. Y., is Pastor Koenhfi Norve Tonic, because apparently it Is genernlly preferred to Jives to their iromeii lous ilillh-i- i v j -- my son who was partially paralyzed throe tho gin palncei ytnra ago and attackul by fits, has not had any fSuurtfeuii . symptoms of tbutn since be took one bottle of this romedy.' 'I most heartily thank for It. Speaking about kidney nnd liver St. Louis, Mo., March 2, 1601. troubles Mr. James Bonnes, Girdles, You may cough and cough and cough Realizing tho amount good Pastor Koenlg's Ky., says: "Last summer I suffered and cough nnd cough but you will not, if Nerve Toulo has done ofme, I feel It a duty to good qualities. My nervousness from pain in my back, and troublo with you tako DoWitt's Cough and Consumpcertify to Us & wns caused by liquor habit and excessive my bladder. I had to bo up frequently tion Cure Sold by Short Haynes. smoking, having been so for sovoral years. The nnd my rest was not enjoyed. nt night, eU.et of yonr medicine I felt Immediately, and THE YORK before I oven used a whole bottle aU trembUng I heard of Lightning Kidney nnd Liver and uneasiness had disappeared, and I felt well, purchased ono bottle, nnd Romedy, and sleep sound and am full of ambition and life, something I had not been for some time, and after taking same according to direccordially recommend it as an exoellent nerve tions, I feel well. In fact, I can say It is L. It toulc. tho best medicine that over went down a Valuable) nook sn Nervous t-human throat for kidnoy nnd liver disiJiseusoK sent iron to any saarow, and poor patients can Im obtain ease. For sale by nil dealers. One Dollar a Year. this medicine fico of chares. Tho cork machine is provided with circular knives of nizorliko edge. Now, the crude cork i.i so rough nnd hard that if it wero applied to ono of these rapidly revolving knives tho knife would atonce bo mined. So crude cork that is to be cut by machinery must be softened in n steam vat It comes out almost pulpy and cuts like cheese. But the Bteam takes tho "life" out of tho cork. Its elasticity is gone, never to be recovered, nnd when the machine cnt cork is driven into a bottle the cork tends to shrink and penult leakage. Furthermore, tho machine mado cork is mathematically round, whilo the necks of botties nro more or less Irregular. As the machine made cork has lost Its elasticity, its smooth, round surfneo cannot swell out to fill any irregularity in the neck of the bottle, nnd hero is another source of leakage. New York Suu. What measures aro you taking to stop that cough ? Let us suggest DoWitt's Cough and Consumption Cure. It is infallible Sold by Short & Haynes. If you instruct u? LouIsv.Me,Hardinsburg No. & Western R. 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