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OLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2l, 1892. stops to bring in some tepid water, and this was nil we had, till the following morning. It was midnight when we crossed tho river and wcremarched up the bluff and Into Camp Davidson, n stockade prison In the eastern section of tho city. Here we found a number of prisoners, though not enough to use all the comfortable tents that had been erected. Bel) nnd myself decided to stick together, nnd finding nn empty tent we crept in and were soon sound asleep, for we were very weak, and the trip, tinder the circumstances, wonld have taxed the powers of strong men. When wo awoke in ths morning it was like n glimpse of Eden, so grpnt was he contrast between this wimp acd that oathsome jail in Charleston. There tvere a number of tine live oak treesi in the inclosure. There were flowering shrubs here and there, evidently the remains of a fine garden that had once occupied this site. The tents were well nt. surrounded by drains, and in good pair. Tho place wits' so very nice Utitl An, by comparison with our recent If, as to stir us to a realization' of filth and rugs. Then the guards i re old soldier, native Oeorgiami.iud will add, with respectful emphasis. S .Ley were gentlemen. But tho crowning glory of Camp Davidson was what Bell called Jjthe fodder." The rations of corn breads bn con, rice nnd sweet potatoes wero Jinot only good, but for the first time in long mouths they were ample. To be lure we promptly devoured everything given to ns, and we could have eaten twice as much with infinite relish, but 1 doub't if one ounce more would have been toujour advantage. There was a stockado around Camp Davidson, and there was also the customary dead line, but I do not thl nk Ihat ever a prisoner was shot there for stumbling beyond the prescribed limits, though In every other prison such lwme guard practice was the rule. By climbing into the trees Belltnd myself had a good view of Savannah, with the fine Pulaski monument rising from a parallelogram of green InTjthe center. Camp Davidson had tempting advantages for tunneling, and nftejrJbe-inthere four days u number of ushnd decided on one, when ou the nfternpon of the fifth day we wero ngain toloj to pack up as we wero going on to Macon. We marched to the station in a drenching rain and were ngain croyflled Into box cars, and to keep out theiwet the doors were closed, making thelitr foul nnd as hot ns nn oven. Bell had concealed In his boot a caseknife, which he had appropriated nt the workhouse, nnd ns the train rolled out of Savannah he whispered to me: "Tonight or never!" These words wero on my own tongue, nnd 1 wns about to suggest that we use tho knife to cut n hole in tho bottom of the car, through which wo could drop down to the track at somo halting place and escape in tho darkness, when my frhmd,nuticipatcd. tnojjy outllningthe same plan. Tho car floor was far from sound, so that under the cover of our ono blanket, though (here was no light inside, wo cut away one end of n board close to the middlo of the car, and then we whispered the secret to our friends aud eagerly awaited the next stop of the train t f- ' . OUE NEW BTOBX jt;, frA 'I'ho opening chanters lirilllinnt serial entitled 'V War" written expressly for appear in this Issue. Ilea J ft. 'ni-t- - VOL. XVI. . V V W v ; EVERY MONTH , wM ff rii .RY.A1 LJ"-f,.MU- fiuHsx. J rf ' ft gratifying incrcaso in tho amount of Exchange and Custom Shows -- : -- : "' work wo aro doings and I FRFn.R.ffll w EVERY DAY ,: ' m 'W " '(OPVRIGHTED'BY-AMERKA- ra."i&is, HHIIW - iL&ift """" -JATY. Durham Oiga V FOR A GOOD SMOKE ASK FOR THE . jj3HsBK '' 'PRESS ASSOCIATION IS9I' THE .Brings , encouraging words from our customers Thoy invariably Bay Tlio workhouse hospital wiw wretched In through when tho sunlight Htritim-the window burs, hut If imhmIuIo it was still worao nt night. A few lean caudles faHtened to the walls in tin cans, d t;j trV. . IP V tv . tr ; iy v plumb." lis LSull put It, nerved to reveal tho upectral figures lying without a moan and with M'aieuly u aigu of llfu nlong the lloor. After 0 o'clock tho guards outside began their half hourly cry of "All's well," a signal that I had grown very familiar with in Libby, but here It sounded even more like a mock" ery. The night was nearly as hot as tho day, the air being lioayy with a sugges' 'And that is what wo aro doing fast tion of sulphur in it, for some shells had - ., , . j exploded near by that evening. . Bell as posEiuio. li you navo nui !imsu and myself had become quite good friends by the time I) o'clock came, so us, do so at once,,and supply your- we made one bed of our blankets aud lay down side by Bide, using our boots self with tho and coats for a pillow. In this position Bell became more communicative and -:- told mo his very remarkable story. Briefly, it was this: He was born in the western part of -:- -:- Buncombe county, in the mountains of North Carolina, as his father and grandfather had been before him. All tho men In that section were "right Btraight up and down, Audrow JackWo son Democrats, and some of we tins Manufactured in the state didn't nover own no slaves and didn't servo you promptly any day in tho want to." They were opposed to secession, nnd "didn't want no new flag so week. If you want to buy Flour long's tho old one was soma-w'erIn God's breeze." Many of these or Meal, send us your orders. North Carolinians fled Into east Tennessee, and.un'tiiig with the Union men Prices quoted on application. there, they fought their way to Kentucky and joined the Union army. Respectfully, It is not generally known that evry Bonthern state. South Carolina excepted, in the CO., had white military organizationsCarolina Union army. Tlio First North did excellent service in the fall campaign with Burnside in 180:1 and subseIRVINGTON, KY. quently, nnd the Second North Carolina was authorized by the president, nnd . and sent into men were commit-slotiethe Blue Il'dgo to recruit it from the hardy mountaineers who had stubbornly refused to volunteer or to be drafted Into the Confedernte army. Bell had been a sergeant in the Second E:ist TenBRANDENBURG, KY. nessee, but as he was peculiarly well qualified to help recrnit the proposed - regiment he was commissioned first Do -- : lieutenant and sent on that mission. a hundred We've been nsked that question To guard against being regarded as a times lately by people who bought nt our store, spy If captured, he wore the Federal goods they were ued to piy'ng double the uniform. und once on the ground he We g t money for. Hut don't wsste wonder. took no pair.s to hide his purpose or to the goods honestly, paid good money for them conceal his tcutlmeuts. and they are ours to throw away, give away He was nieetitig with good success and We or sell away under our uvular prlcra. was in hopes of filling his complement ehooso to do th last, you owe it to yourso'f to by the end of December, when rashly ho como around aud stock up at these unheard of ventured too far to the east. He was betrayed by a man he thought his friend prices- nnd captured one morning while he was CIoTMn$ in the act of dressing, and when lie did not think there was a uniformed ConThe last chare of your life to secure Overfederate within miles. He was charged coats at your own j rice. with being a spy, and with his arms . 1 lot Men's uvercoats w'b $l& 00 r.d'd to $10 00 7 00 " 10 HO ii bound behind him was foiced at the j 6 00 point of n rifle to march toAsheville, ii ' i. 8 CO j ii 3 00 ii " ii 0 P0 j ii thirty miles away. Here, ho was brought 1 US ii " i 3 40 before u court, aud after a mockery of u trial was found guilty and sentenced to AUCTION PRICES be hanged on the following Friday, AT which gavo him thrre days' grace. & On tho night precediug tlio day set for Geo. his execution he cucaped with the conUNTIL STOCK TAKING TIME. nivance of a guard, but instead of makto $12 10 1 lot Men's suits w'h $18 00 reduced ing his wuy directly back ho thought It l" 00 SO ' ii 12 ii 1 more prudent to keep along the footQ 00 7 SO " ii ii i 4 US hills to the east of the Blue Uulge till he " 7 60 ii I reached the head waters of tho Savannah, when he would turn west into Tennessee. After being out for a week he was wounded aud recaptured by a party Ladles' line shoes worth $1 00 One lot of who wero out hunting deserters and $2 49 Heduced to taken to Augusta. Here ho gave his shoes worth $2 SO One lot of Ladles' lino correct name, and his old regiment, and 1 08 to lledufed ho )vii8 sent on to Richmond. When at One lot of Ladles' One shoes worth $1 75 Branchvillo ho escaped again, nnd this 1 21 , lleducodto time he determined to make his way to One lot of Ladles' fine shoes worth$Sl 25 95 tho sea, in the hope of falling in with . Reduced t ome of Foster's command or reaching of Ladles' heavy shoes worth One lit 09 ono of the gunboats then operating along $1 10 Reduced to that coast. One lot of Men's bouts to close worth $2 00 $1 00 reduced tn Hard luck still pursued him. He was in the swamps for two weeks, and ono One lot or Men's boots to close worth 98 to $3 00 reduced night, overcome by fatigue, he lay down Ono lot of Men's boots to close worth to sleep on a hummock. This was with1 0 $2 50 reduoed tu in twenty miles of Pocotallgo, then held Ono lot of Men's sample boots to close by our troops. Ho was "puttln in his 1 25 worth $2 SO to $5 00 reducod to... for lie was "right best licks smart petered out," when he was awak:. DrQ55 GooJ$ ened by n loud laugh and "suthin him. The laugh came from Wo are offering something fine In Dress scouts, and the Goods which can not be found at any other n body of Confederate They compose tho remainder of Fine prodding was done with their bayonets. house. Bell told them he was an escaping Yan-keDress Goods bought early in the season and nnd his captors sent him on to must be sold.' Charleston, where ho had been ever You will nover have another such n chance sinco. The prison authorities knew ho They to get ulce Drcsa and get it cheap. was a mountain man, "and, doggouo Come early If you will not not last long. 'em, they made hit all the liardor on want choice. that accouut, but they ain't nigh done with me yet I'm n gwino to live jest & so's to kinder even things up back there in tho mountains of olo Buncombe, aud BRANDENBURQ, KY. tho d d sneak ez sold mo out will larn .V . . hitwns 'bout the worst trade ho ever mixed up In einee lie was bo'n. The vcrrv Bells ain't much on talk, but we 'una "s got powerful long mum'ries nnd ain't given to fohgittln friends noh foes; no, not, praiso de Good Mastnh, if hit lakes H. Elder Haggard, W. D. Huwelli, fifty thousand milliou yealis. Now you Norman Lociyer, Oeorge Merldlth, una had bottah watch out." Uenan Doyle, Andrew Lang, Mark Twain, Tho last sentence was rounded off with St. Oeorge Mitart, J. Chandler Harris. Budyard Klplltg, ono of his fluent oaths, and was evidentWilliam Black, B. Louis Stennion. ly Intended for the enemy In Buncombe Mary E. Wllklns. T. Clark Russell, county. Hodgson Burnett. Frances Tom Bell's narration did me a grent And many other distinguished writers. deal of good, for it was a capital htory. full of vim nnd action, nnd with all thu thrilling situations of a melodrama. way of telling In the greatest Sunday Newspaper in tho And then his deliherato It, as if lie wero weighing IiIh thoughts world, or trying to find words In which to exPRICE SC. A COPY, BY MAIL $2 A YEAR. press them, nnd his quaint phraseology Aditrc H,, NowYurU. and udttounmusical voico gave an added 'I'llli chnrra thq telling. that made thetu drip and burn "out of Give me some more of the same kind," ,,....., V-s- Best Elotjr and es INIK1N HUNG . Geo. Yeakel & Co. How CanWe It :- X Yeakel Co.'s, BooI$ai $kQ5 1 GEO. YEAKEL r. CO. SklttlT K?""rT Has secured duringl892 The Sunday Sun After lie had finished his story and I had roturned the confidence by telling him mine, I nsked:' "Have you given up nil thought of t,cnpe. Belli" "Glveo up nil thought of lilt'" lie repealed. "By tho great jumpin jingol 1 don't think of nothin else. W'y, I dream of hit. Hit was hopln that this d d place would give one a better show that made me play dead sick, aud got them uns to i end me heah, But you see what hit is just death aud sufferin aud Bufferin and death. We uns, reckon, without has seed lots of men breathin, on the Held, aud I'll allow, when we ain't downright mad, lilt's n mighty touchin sight. But. my God, to Bee the dead that's took out qt heah every mawnin, hit cuts plum into the heart, and thar's nogittinnster hit. The heart aud the stomach is bound to have tharown way," and I could feel that he shuddered as if lie were cold. The guards announced. "Twelve o'clock nnd all's well!" before Tom Bell nnd I thought of going to sleep. It was daylight, nnd the flies had been at work for some time, when we got up and put on our boots and coats, then rushed to tho window for n breath of air that had not in it tho sickening odor of that char-ne-l house, "Five this morning; there were seven yesterday," replied Muth in answer to Bell's question as to the number of deaths. What mattered it? The sooner It was over the lietter, for, even If nt once attended with the gi en test care, it is doubtful if one in ten of the men on that floor could have pulled through. As it was, there seemed not tho faintest hope for the strongest of them. Soon utter this yellow fever was added to the other horrors of the Charleston prisons, but Black .lack showed great impartiality, for he carried off a number of the prison officers as well as the Yankees. After being a week In the workhouse I asked to be returned to the juilyard. Bell joining his application with mine, nnd this request .was granted twenty minutes after it was made. We had n purpose in wishing to return to the jail. Of course we wunted to get out of that abominable hospital, but the day before ono of tho gnards, a man with a heart in him, placed a paper on the point of his bayonet and pushed it up to the window whero 1 was standing. Inside tlio paper there was a loaf of white bread and n piece of boiled bacon, which was shared with the men lying near. The paper was of that date, the 10th of June, and it contained an item saying that as the jail was getting packed uncomfortably It had been decided to send a lot of the Yankees on to Camp Oglethorpe, at Macon, Ga. We were puzzled by another paragraph, which stated that COO Yankees were coming on from Macon, aud that tho fair grounds were being fixed np so to accommodate any number of prisoners. Bell and 1 wanted, if any prisoners were sent awny, to be among the number, and we made np our lnimlsi if forwarded to Macon, to escape before reaching there or to "die The tlilrd morning after my. return from the poorhouse two officers, accompanied by n guard of about twenty men. entered the jailyard, a very unusual proceeding at 8 o'clock in the forenoon. TliQ prisoners were assembled that is, those who were tented In the yard aud were told to step forward when their nnmes were called. Among the sixty nnmes were Bell's and mine. When the list wnH finished we wero told to pack up, und were Informed that we were going to bo tout on to Macon. As we had been moving in the lightest kind of marching order sinco our capture there wns but little packing to do, but every fortunate owner of a blanket rolled it np nnd slung it over his shoulder. Wo Weie marched out and down through the heart of the city to the station. On the, way we afforded a great deal of nmnsement to somoof the white women still left In tho city. They came out from their shrubbery surrounded villas to tho street, and In strident voices made comments on the appearance of tho "Lincoln hirelings." We certainly wero what Bell called "a d d borry lookln crowd and no gittin round hit," and it is not to be wondored at that these Eonthcru datnea contrasted ns nnfavor-nbl- y with the good looking officers aud L well fed guards who had us in charge. They firmly believed, as thoy pointed out to their children "the wretches who had como down to spill tho best blood of the south," that in dress and appearance wo woro n very fair sample of the whole northern army. Of course we took no notice of theso women, but it should bo Bald to the credit of our guards that thoy tried to stop them, nnd in n number of cases used language more forcible than polite, but without having tho slightest effect. At the station wo were put Into box cars tlint were comparatively clean. In other cars thoro wero other prisoners just brought down from the north, but we had no opportunity of communicating with them at that thno. When we started from the jallTi was ovidontly tho intention of tho authorities to send us to Macon by way of Columbia, Augusta nnd Atlanta, but Shorman'a operations InGoorgincompellod them tochango the route ut the last moment, nnd wo wero sent on to Savannah. In each car thoro woro two guards, nnd as the day was very hot the doors woro left open, and about these all crowded who could, to got a breath of cool air nnd a glimpse of tho low, swampy country over which that road la built. We had 8ome corn bread served to us at the station beforo starting, and twlco' in tho ccunio of tho day one of tho gnards took ndvnntngeof theyoodlng 1 GREAT and -- :0NLY rp CIGAR f .n'.i. .1 J ' S j VZJLJJh "jfest- xMffsr A .tb'SMI Kjcryx. I5-VrS3?L- W Sr' -- ' r'VS.iSM ZB"Sr C- - -- y.i'viK. m i-1- ! I Ii b .. HsaVnti w. aiM la I x r F HETTERMANN BROS; 801 & 803 W. MAIN STREET, L. E. SHANNON, Gen. Traveling Agt. LOUISVILLE,.- - g SANTA CLAUS HERE ! 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SODA, ; SHOT. POWDiar 'je.'W fj- - LOADED SHELLS Q) ELOUK : and -- :- - Friends. A Most Enjoyable Event. Uewlcyville, ICy. On tho evening of the 20th of December, Miss Lucy Frank entertained quito n number of her friends nt her homo, Mount Pisgnh. It was tho most brilliant event of tho Benson. Tho rooms wero handsomely decorated with plants and evergreens. An elegant supper was provided hich was served in courses. Tlio table wns also beautifully decorated with flowers and mirrors and music boxes playing all tho time. Tlio costumes of tho ladies present wero : Miss Emma Hodges, cream nun's veiling; Miss Blanche Jolly, whito surah silk ; Miss Lena Drury, whito albatross, and broendo; Miss Lucy Frank, red nun's veiling, und black lnco; Miss Ermjno Munford, street costumo ; Miss Ellon Munford, black silk Miss Jennie Cox, whito nlhatrossj Miss Lillio street costnmo ; Mrs. Eugeno Bow ley, black silk; Miss Nellio Henderson, red henrietta nnd chiffon; Miss Mamio "Washington, stcct costumo ; Miss Kco Washington, steet costumo; Mifes Florenco Cain, whito albatross; Miss Annio Hodges, whito Bilk; Miss Mary Paul, red nun's volllng ; Miss Susio Cox, street costume. Tho gentlemen present wero: Messrs. Brown of Virginia ; Walter Piggott, Crawloy, George Henderson, Ernest E. Drury, Henry Drury, ltoy Cnln, Herbert Cain, Won Jolly, Gordon Moremnn, A, B. Newman, Itobert McGlothlan, Dr. Bowloy, Ernest Hardaway, Pierco Hard-nwny. Lady op the House Do you still llko cur Charter WStToiovo as well as when we first cot It, Miiry? flKitVAirr Oil. every bit as well, Ma'am. Lad v or tiik House I am expecting a friend to tako dinner with us next week, on purpose to show lier how nice our sto o cooks evcrytliini;, an J I want you to have u nice dinner tor u v HKltVANT Indeed I will, Ma'am, llicro'sno trouble to cook nlcovrltli tlint store. The so much easier than otlierstoves I havo been used to, Wire (laiive Ocen Joarn makes It everything liavo to much more time to make nnd I Just right. Just look at that roll I 1 never tiavo bad luck with bread, biscuits orcake, now. Why, liow do jou explain It? Ladv ok tii k House Bkuvant Well, I don't have to watch everythlnu so close for fear It will burn. You know how careful you havo to bo with a I ak d ei.stard, It is so apt to burn on top before It Is baked through. The Charter Oak b.ikcs It perfectly without any danger ol burning, And then In roasting a turkey, I don't havo to keep basting It every five minutes. It roosts bcauUfully brown without It. and without drying It up llko tho tight ovens do. And you know how crisp tint blsculti aro without being hardand tough. Vou always praised my biscuits, but If it wasn't tor tho wire gauzo oven door I know they wouldn't o near ns nice. I liopo I'll never havo to cook any whero again w hero they haven't got a Charu r Oak Stove orlaugo. I ME, SUGAR, COEEEE, MOLASSEI 03333333333333333333: 03333333333333333333: HEWSLEY, JOLLY FARMERS SUPPLY HOUSE, OUR JANUARY DEJERNETTE, HARDINSBURG, KY.' i CLEARING SALE Is now in full blast. A large stoo.k of CLOTHING, DRY GOODS ' BOOTS and SHOES ::- HARRY GUENTHER 401-40- & BRO. 7 East Main St., . . - A i. EZJO- IIfcTIES: From I to 600 horse power. DO GENERAL ii J NOTIONS, GROCERIES :- GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS DRESS GOODS :- FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINESS. PINE UNDERWEAR at Bottom Prices. For the next sixty days we offer special inducements to our trade and those who come first get the pun. Our experience covers many ills, many pills and many bills. Our ills nro smaller, our pills nro smaller and our bills .nro Binn'lcr when wo uso DoWitt'a I.lttlo Early Itisora. Sold by Short & llaynes All kinds of Job" work dono nt this office. :, WITT . SVIEADOR, HARDINSBURG, KY. Manufacture Enginos, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. Machinery, Kcop in Stock Now and Second-han- d Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Bolting, Iron and Wood Pulloys, Shafting, Ilangors, Brass Goods, Pipe and Fittings, Circular Sawa, Machine Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machiuo Supplies. aSr PRICES and all bueiness guaranteed to ho satisfactory. Correspondence solicited, GIVE TJS .A. O-AJLi- - 4 -- rf ""yxfrTJwrersigit"" gtyi-- - vr Tfv,. fw "jufiifct? ,( ',t"i' MILl!0NUM0HEY! Our w ' . ..... ..Tf - y ICKENRIDGE HiHHHHHHHMHMHIilHPHIHHHiHHHillHHI Court-hous- o NEWS. Tjik Trljig county at Ios8 KVESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1S0 Cadiz, Ky., was destroyed by flre. $50,000. "C6t HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, YvvvvvvvyvvrtfVVvvvvvwVVvv MVMA AAAAAAAAAAAVAAAAiVANAAAA fiy :m3mMtE)r$MFM PmOIL W. C. P. Rrcckcnrldgo has been selected .to deliver tho dedicatory oration at tlio inaugural exercises of tlio World's t,.ScT. Locnl Tlmicard. Fair, October 13th. going Eit..yf...l0.01 a.m. Kxpreil O. illIlAOK.KJIHuran Proprietors, V. (l.HAIIHAUi: L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. GOlNfl WIST. Ilttltor f Pasianger Dallj nrr. IarJlnburg..l2tJ2 p.m. UOIMJ Visits Tho Corrospondont Treasury, Soos and Handlos Millions of Honoy. CENT NARY POCKET. Furnishin 1 ISOTW8- XAST. KasK. 5.57 p.m. Ight " yEast Wtst nin p.m. 11.19 a.m. ,iu,ua a. m. 9.4A The Indianapolis Committee claims to bo confident that tho National Democratic Convention will be held in that city, if anywhere in tho Wc6t. Two passenger trains camo near colliding on a railroad in Tennessee tho other day, because tho engineer on ono of tlio trains could not read tho train order. If wo have any engineers in Kentucky who can't read, it is to bo hoped that Paiteoger Datlr arr. Hardinsburg.. 7t50 a.m Uuy tho Davis Qulltcr. Jolly Mendor for tho Davis Qulltcr. Go to Dent. Rrown's for frcsli beef. There was a laigo crowd in town Monday. Mrs. W. U. Stlth has been qulto ill for several weeks. Col. L. Green, Falls of Rough, was in the city Monday. Pure old llurbon whiskey for salo by John 11. Glasscock. Sheriff DeJernetto took Henry I. Rloir to tho Frankfort penitentiary last week. Stop at tho old Hambleton Houso when you cotno to tlio city. W. W. Vessels, Prop. Tho will of Mrs. Elizabeth Uurbago was admitted to probate in tho County Court Monday. Jim Stuart, Webster, was in town Monday. Ho is still in tho fight for tho Circuit Court Clerkship. Come and seo the Davis Qulltcr, ty's a honey now since tho Improvements havo been made. Jolly Meador. Any and everything in jewelry,, sewing macliino supplies, repairs of watches, jewelry etc. T. C. Lewis. Mr. D. W. Fairleigh, Louisville, was Mr. Fairleigh w s in the city Monday. representing tho Louisville Trust Company in the matter of the railroad bonds voted to the L. II. & W. railroad, by tho tax districts. e The matter of purchasing a farm hud not como up in the Court of Claims yesterday when the report for tho News was sent in, but from tho best information that could bo gathered, it was thought most likely that the old jail property would bo retained for that purpose. In extending to my customers in general the compliments of the season I desire to thank them for the liberal patron-ng- o bestowed upon me in the past and I hope that my business methods and prices please you, and will Induce you to give mo a larger share of your future patronage, assuring you at the samo timo that I will do all in my power to meet your confidence nnd favor. I am, respectfully yours. T. C. I,cwis. The town was full of bridge men yesterday. The Couit of Claims had under consideration the building of an iron bridge ncross Rough Creek ut Monastery ford, and the following bridge men were present to lay in bids, for tho contract: Mr. G. Y. Owen representing tho Champion llridgo Company, Wilmington, Ohio; Mr. W. W. Winslow, representing tho Wrought Iron Rridgo Company, Indianapolis, Indiana ; Mr. J. P. Cowing, from tho King Rridgo Company Cleveland, Ohio, and Mr. T. C. Swis?, from the variety Iron Works, Clovelaiu1, Ohio. Tlieso agents were getting ready for a lively light when tlio question was to como up. It was not known Tuesday what the Couit would do, but if tho con- -' tract was voted she was in shapo to get a good bridge at a reasonable prico from among such a number of contestants. poor-hous- YriTH IN HIS .aw mggim That's business boiiso. That's progressive sense That's common sense for both of us. Goods. HATS, . ifTIIIXaS POLITICAL. blitics is still n dominating aong tho boys wlioso ncau- in Faro mado at tho Court-hous- e burg. It is possibly truo of all and tho Its and Court-houseof this article, simply for tho lf the thingrfor nothing more, eg wishes tn&t wo Iiatl a tourt- Cloverport and soino dozen or fellows gifted with tho power ch that could descant upon tho of parties, their surroundings etc. ono election cotno and go Irftbcs of another aro vividly ilblc. And it is this figuring and (and making tickets and prefering tes, that is deeply rooted among . At Hardinsburj" something en said about a siicrius uckci Ihe Democrats. Tiiis ticket and for Circuit Court Clerk aro tho vo that aro to bo of absorbing in- i on" tho poll books on the new elec- f day. the first Tuesday in November It will bo very uncommon to i a co.nnty election right upon tho ht.of cold weather and pass over, nrsJ'Mouday in August, but such is 'tlfolaw. August is not to bo auo-U- r slighted though for it is proposed many that tue liret .Monday in uaS would be a good day to hold Dc- Iratic primaries. This would bring ra coor.votc. Such is tho . drift ol . , .. i . . lglit woiv gaiiicruu iroin various par-A- s to hat SlierifTs ticket it is coil ed that if Jim JBiggs wants to head it year howould bo almost invincible. Iirt DeJornetto too is very popular of courei? his name will figuro ainently somowlierc. is reported from tho Forks of Rough It Tom Cannon wants to make up a :ct and head it in the interest of tho acre' Alliance, but just how this will Sbisa matter of many surmises . How Greenbacks are Made. Wo lliiKCKixiiinaE News Duiieau, Jan. Some of your readers may WAtfir-iooton, buy ns low ns vrc can. they will bo fired at once. Kansas City Democrats aro actively at work to secure tho next National DemoThomas T. cratic Convention. Crittenden was in Louisvillo last week to secure tho support of Mr. Henry who is a member of tho National Democratic Committee. Ex-GoWat-tcrso- Fuom tlio appearance of tho Frankfort Daily Capital, nothing transpiring in tho Kentucky Legislature, seems to escape tho caglo eye of the editor, K. Polk Johnson. He is constantly on duty and gets the news purely from a lovo of tho business. Tho Daily Capital is a welcome visitor to this ofiice. bo interested in tho manner in which paper money is manufactured, as well ns in other things connected with tho Treasury of the United States. A few days ago I had tho satisfaction of beingshown through that largo building. I do not know whether I resembled the leader of a band of highwaymen or not, but I do know that tlio director of tho Treasury We first went to sent a guide with inc. the third lloor where tho pictures, tools, dies nnd work of noted counterfeiters nro kept. Tlieio nro tho pictures of over a hundred women, over n hundred negroes nnd over n hundred counterfeiters in tills room nnd their tools nnd devices for making money are nearly ns lino as Undo Sam's. Hero also may bo found Wo soil ns low ns wo can. You buy ns You buy of us. v as you can. See Our Prices. If you can find thorn lower elsewhere, .we will That's dollars and cents v :VEST:- vvvAvvvNvvvvvvvvVN'vvvyvv''vvvvvvvyyv AAAAAAftAVlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA not ask you to purchase. It. 11. S. Skillman and Jim Stuart aro Vtnr tho Circuit Clerk's place, and aro looked for in the field before months pass. tho now judicial redisricting KDKn ho State ns reported to tho Legisla te tho Revisory Committee, tins Wet will bo thq seventh in line, com- tho counties ofOiio, Hancock, jridgc and Meade. Tho eighth fill cmbraco tlio counties of Rn,.Gtay8on) Hart and Larue. As before tho change will suit the fof Brcckenridge, and our repre- to" will use his influence accord- Certainly tho Committee that pd tins matter under consideration fee last three months, and had be- Jhemall tho light they could get tho question of forming new uis- "arc acting to tho best interests of Fncople of tho entire State. Judging location of tho other dibtriets from territory covered by our own, tho inhere not only had in view tho con- ilencc of the counties, but tho charac- ;of the population, and the amount of oration to bo done, as well. Tho dis- pet is well located and easily acccssiblo om any given point. Whether it will tiect witli tho favor of the members of Jio Legislature is yet to bo determined, bit one thing is certain, and that is that Ka this particular matter, the best intcr- Fcete of tho wholo people should bo re- Lgatded above that of a few persons who have individual preferences in view. jt The New York Herald in taking a survey of tlio Democratic presidential timber pays tlio following pleasing compliment to our own Henry Wnttcrson. Tho Herald says: "Wo havo chosen to take such a survey of the democratic field, and wo have found a number of men nny one of whom has statesmanship and character enough to deserve tho confidence of his party nnd of the peoplo at large. Of them all, we will frankly confess, no one seems to us so fit, by tho possession of broad stateswide manship, genuine patroitisir, knowledge of public men and questions and universal popularity as Henry of Kentucky. if nny Cleveland man asks, Why not Cleveland ? wo have only to reply, Why not Watterson ? Wo do not iutertl offence to Mr. Cleveland when we say, what lie himself we believe will admit, that in every quality which a democratic President ought to possess in courage, in knowledge of democratic principles and policies, in intelligent statesmanship, in knowledge of men, in sincere and burning patroitism, in that broad and genor-ou- s humanity which is so important in a ruler in all these qualities Mr Watter-bo- n is at least the equal of Mr. Cleveland or of any other man in his party Why not Watterson. Wat-terson, Sr.vru or Ohio Citv on Toledo, 1 ' Lucas County Fiia.nk J. Cheney makes oath that ho is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney it Co., doing business in tho City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said linn will pay the sum t ONK IIUNDRKD DOLLARS for each and every caso of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the use of IIam.'s Cataiiru Cure. FKAXK.T. CIIKN'KY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this Otli day of December, A.'D. 18S0. ,, . A. W. GLE.VSON, SKAL No(arl pMkt STEPHENSPORT. Democrats in control of tho Jwer .House of Congress at Washington have notified the Republican members that no money is to bo nppropiiated by, or taken from tho public Treasury except ' 'such as is manifestly necessary to carry ' on tie several departments, frugally, ef-' jlcently, and honestly administered. It h s Jtfgh time indeed that this bit of warning should go before the country, and bo hurled in the face of thoso fel- f lows who n year ago came near swamp- jngynclc cam's Treasury. Tho Demo crats aro the identical lads for tho busi- ness, and as long as they stand on guard tyiiw i reuaury is in no uungcr. . gjfc About seventy members of tho Ken- lucky Legislature having expressed n preferenco for Grovcr Cloveland for tho Presidency isnnretly good index as to liov tho State stands. For tlieso members not only givo their individual opinions but they voico tho setiments of their constituents in different sections. Po that taken altogether; it can bo safely assumed that Grovcr is still in tho fight. fcoME pretty lively ueuates win bo heard in tlie legislature wlien tlio bill to provide suitable Capital buildings for tho Sfato is reported. It is calculated that it will tike something near $1,500- 000 to erect such buildinirs as will bo a credit to our State, and when it comes to voting that sum of money on tho peoaro expected to ple, tho old moss-back- s get up and howl. , Pv Col'nty Judgo Adkisson lias appointed tho following delegates from this county Jlo tho World's Fair Conference which : W. K. Karmeets at Louisvillo Uabbago, Hardinsburg; nes, V. G. John Dean, Jr., Long Lick ; John Alexander, Iludsonvillo ; V. Jt. Murray, Dr. Junius' D. Frymiro, Clovorport; to-da- y Union Star. A statement of tho progress of preparations for tho Columbian Exposition shows that 2,770,707 has boon expended to date Tlio total estimated cost in ail departments is $30,000,000. The family of a miserly farmer Jn Illinois found $15,000 cash concealed In Jho liouso after his death. Mrs. Lizic Paulmaii is on tlio sick ly and acts directly upon tho blood and list. mucous "surfaces of tho system. Send J. AV. Jnrrett is in Hardinsburg this for tcbtimonals, free. F. J. CIIENKY &. CO., Toledo, 0. week. CSTSold by Druggists, 7.') cents. Mrs. M. Dlain is still confined to htr bed. PRESTON. Mrs. S. P. Stiles is quite sick with la grippe. Miss Emilia May has returned to J. F. Jenkins went to Cloverport Mr. W. A. Allen and wife havo been Thursday. quite sick. Miss Emma Mosely is homo from her A turnpiko from here to Stephcnsport school sick. is much needed. Robt. Woods, of Washington, was in Miss Carrie Shclman spent last week town Saturday. with relatives here. Mrs. C. C. Lewis returned homo from West llrothcrs have their mill over in Nashville, Tenn., Saturday. a Dead Horse Hollow. Ask Dr. Goldstein what ho thinks of J. P. Sever's mill does tho corn grind- tlio driver when a sleigh upsets. ing for the neighborhood. Winter was with us last week in every Preston is situated midway between stage. Plenty of snow for sleighing. tho river and the pdlroad. Miss Mannie Hartman, of New HarMiss Fannie Rrashear will resume her mony, hid., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. school near here on the 18th. Add Iteniiett. W. 11. Uurch & son will niiiko this Mr. Chas. Solbridge, of Derdy, Ind., year about 150 barrels of brandy con- was in town Sunday, tho guest of Miss suming COO barrels apples. Rertlin Perrigo. Ressean llruncr lias completed his Citizens on Water street aro beginning house, ami every body is on suspense to look nt tho Ohio suspiciously, and alabout when the wedding will be. ready think her an intruder. As no one else seems to want tho Mr. Andrew Perrigo made a business trouble of furnishing n few items from trip to New Albany last week. Ho exour thriving community, wo venture a pects to move Jheir soon, as ho has sold few "ju;jt for instance," wo aro no exliis property hero to Mr. L. T. Roberts. pert but wo deal in nothing but news. Somo of tho victims of grippe horo in tho last week are Messrs. R. A. Rrashear Our Flower Offor. J, II. Lay, J. II. Payne, Henry Davis, Tlio fiowcr offer which accompanies Andrew Crawford, Chas. Wnddlington tho subscription to Frank Ix'slle's Week nnd Dr. D. White. ly (monthly number) is a genuine one. For tho first timo during its noteworthy .Leitchfleld. cxistenco tlio famous liouso of Peter (Cjr.ijKiin (Jutettc.) & Co. havo made such an arHenderson u Richard Owen nnd wife went to rangement with a newspaper. Tho subcounty, near Falls of Rough, last is left to chooso either four roso scriber or four chrysanthemum plants or tlio Tuesday, where they will reside. II. T'. hunter returned last week from Rainbow collection of seeds which is especially choice. Tho cataloguo prico of Kansas, III,, where lie has been tho past either of tlieso thrco is $1,125. Ono need three months, ho went on to Ky., to visit relatives. not take tlio plants until springtime, as tlio order that wo give on Peter HenderMarrii'.I). At tho homo of tho bride's son it Co. is good until Juno 1st, 161)2. father, Mr. John Tubb, on tho 7th Inst, You will seo nt a glanco that tho sub 0:'0 p. in., Mr. Elmer Rruniier nnd Miss scriber to tho monthly edition of Frank Naomi Tubb. The.nttendanls wcro Mr Leslio's Weekly, tlio prico of which is Samuel Ilrunucr and Miss Ruth Tabb. 1.00, also receives $1.25 worth of flow- Tho bride is a beautiful and accomplishers or seeds, and tho Graphological chart ed young lady and tho groom is a prosTlio above and ono year's subscription to perous farmer. Tho nowly married tlio UiiECKENRinoE Ne for only $2.00. couplo will leave in n few days for their now homo near Hawcsvlllo, Ky, BROWN'S UION HITTFJIS AX.MAXAO F, A. Elder, of Cloverport, is hero visl'or 1HU- -Jlrrlpra for maleContain One Ilmulrril iting 1). Rcnvln and family this week, rticnply and quickly tolt delicious Ciiiiily U I at Home. TliU Iook t'hen nwuy ut Uruu ho arrived lost Tuesday evening. stores. . llreck-enridg- hall's Catarrli Cure is taken internal many knives and pistols thai havo more than once dono bloody work whilo in tho In looking hands of tho counterfeiters. over this sinful gallory of art I did not recognize anyone I hnd e'cr known in Kentucky for n wonder. The next room visited was on tho second floor, where I found about twenty men counting tho new greenbacks nnd putting them in packages of 1,000 each. Strange to say I was allowed to handle these packages and I picked up something over a hundred of them and turned to go out. I didn't go. In another room on the same lloor, is where tho money is cut.apart nnd tho white edges trimmed off". This work is dono by machinIn ery operated altogether by women. another very small room on the same (loor, is whore tho money is made. However in another part of the city for tho money nro made. 1 believe twenty men are required to make a plate for even n one dollar bill. One man will carve the number, Knottier tho picture, another the date and so on, each figuro being on a sepcrato piece of metal, until the wholo plato is finished. Then the pieces nro taken to another room, put together and sent to the Treasury press room, whero tlio printing is done. This n very small, closed in by fragilo wire partitions ; it does not contnin anything' but four peculiar printing presses, each ono operated by quite an elderly woman. These pi esses print $20, 10, $5 and $1 bills respectively and they print them ns fast as an ordinary press prints n newspaper and very much tho samo way. These bills are printed in sheets, each sheet containing four bills; thus it will bo seen that at each revolution of tho presses Uncle Sam makes $144. The larger bill? aro mado nt another place, ' but in n liko manner. I next visited the first lloor where tho vaults are. These immenso iron boxes are the most substantial structures imaginable and are closely guarded. I walked through .these avenues of gold nnd silver with money to the right of mo monoy to tito left of me, money, money, eveiywherc, but not a cent to get. I was in tho midst of over ono hundred millions of dollars in silver, gold nnd paper, and by tho kindness of tho guide, I bundled something over n million dollars, mostly in bills in packnges. This is pretty good for a newspaper man. I then went down in the basement nnd wept becauso I could not bring any of tho money nway with me. Tho next tiling I saw was the macerating room, paper where all mutilated or worn-ou- t money is destroyed. This is cut up into n very line pulp and sold or given to firms who innko it up into various articles, who in tuin sell them to people who visit Washington for souvenirs. This pulp is manufactured into all kinds of animals, toys, miniature Washington monuments, etc. One small monument I noticed in ono of tlio shop windows represented nearly $500,000. Ono could easily seo that tho obelisk was mado of money, becauso in some places ono could seo the number of the bill and other things. Tho only trouble about seeing all this money Is that it makes you kind of discontented. When you como out of tlio Treasury, often seeing millions, nnd haven't a cent of your own money or anybody clo's, you feel liko walking away and leaving yoursolf standing in tho street. the-plate- SMART & Brockonridge News Building. "iiiiSSMSi'i CO., Cloverport, Ky. BEWLEYVILLE. La grippo is still getting in its work. Mrs. Alonzo Dennett is qulto sick with la grippo. Mrs. Rush, of hardinsburg, is visiting Mrs. AV. J. Piggott. Mr. Rob. McGlothlan, of Irvington, was in town Friday. MissLula Nunnelly, ol Parkland, is tlio guest of the Misses Cox. Mr. Hunter Hardaway, of tho Revenue Service, is at homo on a visit. Miss Efiio Smith, of Hardinsburg, is tlio guest of Miss Celesto Reavin. Mrs. James Snyder is very sick nt tho homo of her undo Mr. Joel Jordan. A protracted meeting will begin at tho M. E. church South on Saturday Feb. 0. Mr. and Mrs. Chas, II. Dr.ury aro visiting the latters's parents near Rranden-burTho Handsomest Man In the State. Hon. D. R. Murray, of Cloverport, a The first term of tho Public School former member of tho Senate, was a closes Friday Jan. 22d with gratifying re- visitor to that body yesterday, looking sults. younger than when Ills term closed ten Most of tho ico houses have been filled years ago. Frankfort Capital. and family havo . Mr. Jack Hardaway Articles of Incorporation of the moved to town. Miss Maggie Relic Paul, who is teachThird St. Planning Mill. ing in tho country, spent Saturday and N'ltlco Is hereby given that S. I. LojtU, V. Sunday at home. II. Iiallman nnd A. Ij. Bnllmnn under and by Mr. 'A. T. Stlth has rented his farm to virtue of tho laws of Kentucky, do hereby fur Mr. Sam Gross and will move his family ounclfs euccescors and assigns form an lucor- orated company and adopt these articles of F to Louisvillo soon. corporation. 1st. The name of the corporation Is tie Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Drnry liavo resum Street Planning Mill, and tho health of the latter Third of business is the City ofits principle ed place Cloverport, being greatly improved. Slato of Kentucky. 2nd. The nature of "the builnets proposed Tho young people were most pleasant- to transact is that of buying and manufacture Jordan on ull kinds of building material for house buildly entertained by Miss Clara ing and to carry on a general Planning Mill Friday evening tlio 15th. butlness. 3rd. Theamountof authorized capital stock The young people in town and vicinity DulUra divided into shares nro largely anticipating a masqucrado to is Ten Thousand Dollars (100) of One Hundred eich, but the bo given in the near future. company may commence business when One shall have been subscribed Tho serious illness of Rev. Ruclian-nan'- s Thouiand Dollars subscribed shall be paid In for and the stock daughter prevented the filling of at such time and upon such terms as the his appoiutment at the Baptist church Hoard of Directors miy prescribe. 4th. The corporation shall begin business on last second Sunday. on January 18tu, 18U2 aud conlinue for 2S disyears, unless sooner disolved by a vote of not Tho Public school in tlio Rcthel of tho paid up stock. less than trict will closo Friday, wo aro informed 6th- .- The nffairs of the corporation shall bo that the patrons of tho school nrc much eonducted by a Hoard of Directors not less than three and they shall pleased with tho present teacher, Mr. tbn naturo of the business elect such officers as demands and any Hall. stockholder may hold two ottcej if tho Hoard g. house-keeping, two-thir- Leitchfleld's Gas Well. Tho Grayson Gazette says : "Tlio "hole in tho ground" is now nearly 200 feet deep nnd they nro over 70 feet down in tlio St. Louis limestone. Proceeding this they passed through fifty of Blue Slinle, n great gas roofing under which it is generally found. The St. Louis litne-ston- o is estimated to bo about 700 feet deep and following it is tho first gas bearing rock, or Devonian Slinle, ncconling to estimates from other points. In caso it is not found hero they will havo to go down 100 feet further to the second layer of gas bearing rock. Tho Inst chanco is tho celebrated Trenton rock which is supposed carl not bo reached at a less depth than 1,800 feet. This is tho same bed of rock from which tho endless supply of natural gas is secured in the noted wells of Findly, Ohio." wrryTtjy "iTV7?72i32il rocGriesJ iGlasswaro 1892 NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD The Best and Cheapest Family Journal In the United States. o:lt:es ZDoiXj -A- e - &. "te3-a.i- s. With tho most perfect news gathering machinery, and with correspondents in every section of tlio habltablojilobc, tho Weekly Huiiam) is enabled to lay before its readers tho latest intelligence and most entertaining news from every city and country in tho world. Tho reputation for freedom and independence- which ithas required during tlio many years of its prosperous career will bo maintained I THE YEAR 1892. SPECIAL FEATOBES PQE THE YEAR. ORIGINAL ARTICLES ON PRACTICAL FARMING AND GARDENING, WOMAN'S WORK. PROGREST IN SCIENCE. AND SHORT ST6RIES BY THE BEST AUTHORS. SERIALS WIT AND HUMOR. LITERATURE AND ART. NEWS FOR VETERANS, AND INFORMATION ON ALL SUBJECTS. ANNOUNCEMENT. Tho second term of tho Rewlcyvillo school will open Monday, Jan. 25, 1892. terms. Tuition in Primary course, per mo. 1.25 Tuitioli in Intermediate ami Academic course, per month - - - S1.50 Tho instruction will bo thorough and as heretofore great care will bo taken to promote tho advancement of each pupil. Encouraged by the interest manifested and tlio patronage received during tlio past terms, nnd soliciting and hoping to merit a contlnuanco of tho same, I am A'ery Respectfully, B. Ada Diujuy, Prin. NOTICE. Mr. E. II. Marcilliatt having resigned his connections with this Company, wo beg to ndviso that wo shall continue in of Directors deem it necessary. The first (fllcers shall hold their ollljes for one year or until their successors shall be elooted and qualified and an election shall be held on the 2nl Monday in January of each year, ' Olh. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to wh'ch the. corporation may nt nny timo subject itself shall not exceed two-tbli- of all the then assured. 7lh. Tho private property of memberj shall be exempt from corporal? dobts 6. I. Lewis, XF. II. Iiallman.; A. h. liallinart. Statement of the Condition of the Tho stamp of Purity and Truth in Ideas, Stories and News will bo strictly maintained. Bank of Hardinsburg At Ilaritlimburp;, UISOUBCKS, Kj, ' $74,026 34 3,5117 50 Send all Subscriptions to JAMES GORDON BENNETT, At the close of businois December 31st, lS'Jl. Notes and bills discounted Hanking houie and lot ' NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD, NEW YORK CITY. the stave business in this section. Cincinnati CoornnAOE Company, January 1, 1802. Fixtures and furniture Due Irom other banks Cash on band Total, MAMMTIFS. 1,478 59 12,501 58 6,109 05 $98,315 04 L 0 Hawesville, Ky. Capital stock Due depositors Undivided profits HIiUMI Do not fail to Subscribe now for the NEW YORK WEEKLY HEBALD. $ 25,000 00 09.407 72 3,817 32 onil general Death of Mrs. McCrae. The death of this well known woman Total, $98,315 04 W. S. STEiuiErn:, occurred on last Tuesday, January 12th, I, of Press Gallery, U. S. Congress. at her residenco in this citv, and tho bank,M. II. Heard, Cashiorthat the above named I.ATK ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, do solemnly swear the ahovo statefuneral occurred from tho Presbyterian ment is true to tho best of my knowledge and M. 11. 11KA11D, Cashier., church on last Thursday afternoon, con- belief. HARNED. THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Subscribed and sworn to tefore me this, the ducted by Rev. Geo. C. Overshoot. Bates $2.50 Per Day. 1st day of Junuiry, 1892. o Rusiness in llourshing. It is superfluous to speak of Mrs. Jno. P. HjtSH'iai.. nnd Green Streets, opposite Court-IIousNotary Public Cor. JclTcrson, Center in this community, whero sho lias Havo several cases of la grippe. LOUISVILLE, KY. Captain Ilibbs is recovering from a lived for so many years. To speak her W. R. LOGAN, Manager. praises is an oft told talo. No ono over severe attack of tho grip. A. W. Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. among us who enjoyed tho univerlived Of the Condition of tho Mr. Eugono Reeso lias returned from sal lovo and respect of tho people, mora Morganfleld, Ids former home. than she did. Tho kindness nnd nobility Miss Cora Mattingly was the guest of of her nature was as well know as tho AT CLOVERPORT, KY. ! wft Mr. James Payne Inst week. sunshine Her gcntlo voice and gentle At the closo of businois December 31st, 1891, School will close on Friday next. Our deeds wore as universal as the zephyrs of JlfSKTH. LITTLE OR NO APPETITE, teacher has given general satisfaction. tho summer evening. It is absolutely Notes aud bills dlno't'd $151,119 02 2 672 25 Hank fixtures and furn ture Mrs. Ezra Davis called to seo Mrs. truo of her, NOTHING IASTES RIGHT TO YOU ? 3,335 14 Hanking house and let "None knew licrbnt to loe her. Meyer on her return from Louisville. 1,287 59 Overdrnlts None named her but to pr.ilse." If ta buy a 50 cent bottlo of LEMON CHILL 103 35 Suspended debt ICd Gray's liouso caught on firo Friday, TONIO and seo what a change it will mako. 25 881 04 Although In feeble health for many U nds but was put out before any damago was Due from Banks This Tonic Is not only tho Surest Remedy for 3,274 35 yenrs, her life was prolonged to a good Cash on hand 19,735 30 Chills, but as a Blood Purifier and Appetiser is done. old ago; yet her feeblo body carried a uncoualcd. Pleasant as lemonade. Childreu Peyton Madison, n small boy about strong, energetic character that mado its $239,071 04 Total, cry lor it MABIMTIISi 13 years of ace, started for Texas on EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED. impress on thoso around her. Its in- Capital stock $ 45,100 00 Saturday morning nlono. 105,987 58 fluence was always for good, and wheth- Deposits ' 22.000 00 Uurnlus fund Miss Carrlo Meyer has gono to LouisA. R. in the church, in Undivided profits er in tho school-roo4,529 48 ville, whoro sho will remain for some tlio domestic circles, or in tho affairs of Dividend No. 35, 4 per cent, due 1.804 00 4tb, timo visiting relatives. CLOVERPORT, KY. tho community, her strong sense prevail- Funds January Taxes 1892 250 00 to pay James Pnyno's liouso caught on firo ed. Such womo'n mako tho world bettor $239,871 04 Saturday, after much labor tho flames becauge they have lived in it, and tlio Tutsi, LAND FOR SALE. FOE SALE. I, A. U. Sklllmnn, Cathler nf the b6ve Considerable damage exumplo of her life will make us all wero checked. This farm lies In llreokenrtilgo coupty, on named bank do solemnly swear that the abovo tho bead waters of Long Llok and f Full blooded Short Horn Bull, fourteen was dono. happier by emulating it. ststetnect Is true to the best of my knonledgo mile from the L. II. & W. rallond, unit Is well months olJ, A, M. SKIMjMAN, and belief. Will sell as a wbnle or divide In Improved, Frank Mny has taken two trips to Xcuraiyla I'emotis Also one twenty.elbt months old, this ono Cashier. tracts o suit purchasers. For further Grayson county recently. AVo nro think- AniUhone troubled with nervoiimie resulting has a Quo pedlgres, Fuhscrihed and sworn to before me, this, the address Tur. J Jom.y, fioui emu or overwork will lo relieved by taking ing that somo Grayson county hello has Xf. V, LEWIS, IkwIejYillo, Ky Jlrown'tt Iron III tiers, cienulno 2d day of Jan. lbt)2. Cius, U. Skilluan, 0. ylra N, P. U. " Owensboro, Ky, won ids heart. hoi truJu iinirUnihlrrow.lKxI lines on wrapper. HE WIMiAI KB c, Mc-Cra- Breckinridge Bank, i&itt&tf. TIRED FEELING, SiKTy For Sale by FISHER, one-hil- gkiT viffr&JM aw -w- -ra Physician J. BE. Clayton, Surgeon. (fair. 07?w in Dr. H7n7e' oM stand tip OLOVERPOnT. KY. Dr, S. S. WatkiiiB, Physician Office 1 & Surgeon, Next door to BrcckenriJgo Cloverport, Ky. Bank. A. Merchant Tailor, IND. CANNELTON, Suite mado to order In Uio best style. Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. J. KIRST, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1802. LOCAL BREVITIES. y I Tho river is clear of ice. Foi1 entingnpples go to tho City Dak- cry. ' J. L. Miller went to Loulsvlllo yesterday. Henry Haynes went to Ilawesville yesterday. F. II. Balhnan went to Ilawesville yesterday. Frank P. Smart went to Ilawesville yesterday. Try thoso inlnce pies at Itledlo's, tlio 'City Baker. gingerbread go to For tho City Bakery. "Choico lino of cigars and tobacco at tho City Bakery. John Garrett is not expected. to live, lie has pneumonia. Mrs. McPhorson was thought to bo a littlo better yesterday. W. C. Brandon and wife and Mrs. D. D. Younger aro on tho sick list. Mr. J. A. Witt, of Ilardinsburg, camo down Saturday to see his mother, Mrs. McPhorson. When you coino to town don't forget to go to tho City Bakery for a cup of cofTeo and somo rolls. Mr. J. L. Qui ley and wife, of Louis ljurg, are in tho city visiting his wife's The Steamer Hary Houston Slakes a Narrow Escape. m6ther, Mrs. McPhorson. Tho steamor Mary Houston broko Mr. David Wright and neice, Miss Lcola Taber, of Ilawesville, spent Sun loose from her moorings at Cincinnati last Saturday morning and barely escap day in tho city with relatives. John Farber, who has had chargo of ed being totally wrecked. Sho was the switch engine at Louisville, has been moored to tho New Orleans wharf boat, at tho foot of Sycamore street, and tho ordered hero as an extra fireman. lines holding her were very heavy What measures aro yotvSdtig to stop chains. that cough ? Let us b$Kl DoWitt's The river rose rapidly during Friday Cough and Consumption Cure. It is innight and this with the heavy flow of ice fallible. Sold by Short & llayrles. snapped her chains asunder. Captain Delegates to tho World's Fair con- Kate's a watchman and two Texas boys ference will bo furnished tickets over the wcro tho only persons on board and at ono faro for tho round they were powerless to do anything. Toxas trip. Tho boat had no steam up and sho floatIt. E. Moorman went to Louisville ed down tho river, stern foremost, narMonday to accept a position in tho rowly escaping a collison with tho wholesale grocery Arm of II. 0. Arm- steamers lying below nnd tho bridge strong; piers. Sho passed under tho bridges You may cough and cough and cough safely, swung out into tho current and and cough and cough but you will not, if Mas not landed until sho reached Peters you tako DoWitt's Cough and Consump- burg, .Ky., several miles below Cincinnati. Her only damago being knocked tion Cure- - Sold by Short & Haynes. J. E. Buckloy, fireman on tho L., St., down sinoko stacks. Tho wharfboat was also landed with L. & T., who has been sick with la grippe for several days, went to Owensboro her, but afterwards sunk with a big lot of freight on board. yesterday. Report of Stephensport School. on tho L., St. L. Wm. Sahlie, fireman & T., has.beon ordered to Louisville, Tho following is tho report of tho where ho will tako chargo of tho switcli principal's room for tho third month engine. ending January 8th : Addle McCoy, 99.5 Jonnio Keith left last week for iliss Jimmy Crawford, 99.1 Kasky, Ky., to visit Miss Carrio Winfro Latin Utiles, 99 from thcro she will go to Tennessee to Myra Hanks, yS.j Keith. I.arne Karklcy, 9S.1 visit her uncle, Mr. oS Theodore Moselcy A trial convinces tho most skeptical. Katie Crawford, 07.9 Carefully prepared, pleasant to tho taste. 97.S Jese Weatherliolt, Mltta McCubblns, Cpugh and Consumption Curo 96.7 Arthur litalne, 96.; by Short & ii valuablo remedy-SolFannie McCoy, 96.5 Haynes.. nddle Payne, 96.3 Drown McCuMilns, 9S Tho following party camo down from Idajarrctt, 95.3 Irvlngton Sunday off the L., II. & W: Ueunan Lay, 95.6 Mr. and Mrs. Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stiles, 95.5 Lawson and Mr. Ilobt. Criiler, Mr. Ed. Willie llialne, 93.S 'Lena Payne, John Smith. 93 7 ' Cora Claycomb, 90.2 honest pill is tho noblest work of 'An Johnny Jarrett, 90 the apothecary." DoWitt's Littlo Early SS.S Zelma Lay, Klrby llialne, Kisers cures constipation, biliousness 87.9 Daisy Watllngton, 87.7 and sick headache. Sold by Short & Johnny Crawford, 87 3 Haynes. Albert McKaughan, 87 Floyd Miller, Mrs. David StanclifT, of St. Louis, Mo., 85.1 Delia Perrlgo, 85. and Mrs. W. I. Evans, of Louisville, arOur Roll of Honor does not include rived Saturday to spend several weeks thoso making less than 85 general with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. average. Wilkerson. Joel Pii.k, Teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Jcsso M. Wright and Graphology. littlo son, Master Harry, of Yergonnes, Graphology is tho latest fad. It is a Mrs 111., mado a flying visit to his sisters, Mattio Walters and Mrs. Jos. T. GofT, science that comes, liko all tho occult grapholo-gis- t after an absence of 20 years from his old sciences, from tho East. Tho who has chargo of this department homo. in "Frank Leslie's Weekly" is most exIgnorance of the merits of DoWitt's pert, nnd in all cases her conclusions Littlo Early Kisers is a misfortune These have been rightly drawn. To tho young littlo pills rcgulato tho liver, curo head- it is a source of profit to know tho tenache, dyspepsia, bad breath, consltpation dencies that aro most strongly developand biliousness. Sold by Short & Hay- ed, and tho old people will bo amused by it as well as instructed. Every purnes". Tho engine on tho short line railroad chaser of tho "Frank Leslie's Weekly," camo within an aco of being blown to (monthly edition,) Is entitled to a reEngineer Glein was sponse) through tho columns of tho pieces last Friday. in chargo and let tho water run down so newspaper, and to a critical analysis, if low in the boiler that tho Arc grates they subscribe 'to tho monthy edition. burned out and dropped down leaving By doing tho latter thoy recoivo a chart, tho boiler freo from firo which was nil tho valuo of which is $1.00. that saved his life an 1 tho engine. Ch U Do Yoa Catch On either don't know how to run an ejg Buck Gloves for ,1.00 glno or is very careless. For his on safe- Gent's Undrces Kid Gloves 1.00 ty and that of others ho should bo moro " " Gcnujno " 1.00 careful or step down off that engine " Suspenders from... 5 to 10c " Undershirts lamb wool ...... ,1.00 For good cheew go to tho City Bakery. " " Two young boys hailing from Brandon merino 40 burg stolo a rido dn a freight train from Finest twill overalls (extra sizes).. , .1.00 G to 20c "Woldon Monday morning and stopped Linen towels , over in this city Monday night. They White Shirts nlj sizes and quality. put up at tho Cloverport Hotel and left Gent's wool ovorshrfs (extra quality)1.25 " Cheviot overshirts early yesterday morning going in tho 30 direction of their homo. Ono of them Collars and cuffs. gavo his nnmo as Brown and said ho liv- Crush hats ,. .50 1 .25 ed near Brandenburg. Tho other gave Stetson hats , , his nUrao as Tear and hailed from tho Ladles' knit skirts 50 5 to 25c pr. stiiiio placo. I'rof. Giis. Brown started Gent's hoso, . , , , In pursuit of tho young gentlemen yes- Lndl'es' ". ..,;.....,'. .;. . . ,5 Ji 20n " " Hermsdo'rf black.,...' terday thinking ono of them was his 23 Smaut a Co. biothcr. tax-payeto-d- Will Not Levy The Tax. Tho question of levying tho tax for tho payment of tho interest duo on the londs issued by tho Ilardinsburg and a potion of tho Forks 6f Itough districts was before tho Court of Claims at its adjourned session in Ilardinsburg last Monday. Tho matter had been discussed thoroughly by tho taxpayers in tho district and thcro was considerable interest man ifested, and ri good deal of speculation indulged in, as to what tho court would do. Tho court convened promptly at 1 o'clock. Two of tho magistrates were absent but there was a quorum and the Judgo called tho matter up at onco. Mr. D. W. Falrleigh, of LouiBvlllo, ap pearcd for tho Loulsvlllo Trust Company tho holders of tho bonds, $00,000 in alb Mr. Falrleigh mado a very ablo argument on behalf of tho bondholders, and read several decisions of tho courts covering tho points involved in this case, fully sustaining him, he said, in his position of favoring tho levy. Mr. D. R. Murray representing tho Railway Company slated that ho had nothing to say more than ho had said at a previous meeting of tho court. Judgo Mercer followed Mr. Murray taking issuo with both tho gentlemen and wns opposed to tho lovy, giving as a reason that tho McCrackens had failed to comply witli their contract in locating tho road and held until they did so tho districts wcro not liablo for tho bonds. Thu Judgo spoko at length and cited other Instances wherein tho Railway Company had failed to comply with their contract, but his main points wcro taken as above After tho Judgo concluded his speech tho court adjourned to meet at 0 o'clock Tuesday morning when a vote was taken resulting lit seven against, and five for levying tho tax. Tho matter will now bo taken to tho United States Court and a big lawBuit will bo tho result. Tho in the two districts are almost a unit in opposing the tax. It is none of our light but wo fear our neighbors have acted unwisely In tho matter and involved not only themselves but tho whole county In n long and expensive lawsuit. TKb caso will be watched witli interest. BRANDENBURG. Hugh Ditto w.u at liomu Sunday. Bob Moorman got bark from the South - d ....,.,. last Wednesday. Pendleton Dawson, West Point, was in tho city Saturday. Stop at tho Howard Hotel when you coino to Brandenburg. Geo. Cappcrko and father made a business trip to Owensboro last week. Jack Beynolds, aged about sixty-fiv- e died at his homo on Doe Bun Saturday. Supt. O'Bryan has at last succumb to tho grippe, and is now confined at homo. Will Morris, Big Spring, is visiting Ids parents nt tho Brandenburg Salt Works. Three negroes were lodged in jail hero lost week for breaking into a store at Muldraugh. r Joo McGeheo was out with his Blcigh Sunday treating somo of tho girls of town with a ride. Elisha Asbcraft has issued ills pretest against tho World's Fair. That busts her. I freely acknowledge tln.t my opinion of this Florida climato is getting a little shaky. Mrs. J. S. Hall, whoso husband died last week, is very low and not expected to live. Percy Young, of Lexington, who hab been sick nt Moorman's, in the Ixnver Bottom, is recovering. Miss Jennio Forceful, Louisville and Miss Sallio Pusey, Jefferson county, aro visiting at Dr. Pusoy's. has been moved down Tlio wharf-boa- t into tho " pocket " to keep her from being cut down by tho ice. Mr. Mnhan has moved his jewelry establishment from Allen's into tho old Brashear house, just abovo Woodson's. Charlts 11. Drury and wife, Bewley-vill- c, are visiting Mrs. Drury's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Moorman, in tho Lower Bottom. Itiis a pleasure to announce that Mrs. II. 0. Rawlings and daughter, who have LONG BRANCH. been quite sick for somo time, nro now improving. Born, to tho wife of Jas. Powell, n fine F. E. Reeser, tho famous violinist, of boy. Mr. Jos. Bickcrstaff and C. Ilendrick Parkland, was in tho city last week and discoursed some sweet strains for the edi- were in sho city last week. fication of " tho boys." , Mrs. Jas. AVordroup and nn infant Everything is lovely nnd tho goose child of Henry Powell's, died last week. hangs high at Tebocs. AVay ward Minnie Mrs. II. S. English is still witli her nnd her husband havo been received un- mother, Mrs. John 15. Hall, who is very der tho parental roof. low. Miss Mattio McGeheo has a friendship Tho back water is up an'd wo nro cut ladder completed and is now ready for off from Brandenburg only by going ovtho presentation of beaux excuse me, I er the hill. believe it should bo spelled ,Mr. J. II. Sullivan nnd wife (nee Miss " If you want to seo something great, Nina Dooley,) spent Sunday witli tho Alvico parents of tho bride. Como up and see mo sknte." Wimp. Two of tho railroad hands quit on this He is moro of a poet section last week account could not Than a sheep is.a go-e-t. stand to work in tho cold weather. Joo Paris, pilot of the Tell City, now Mrs. AVin. Doolep nnd Mrs. Crabo laid up at Hawcsvillo on account of ico, Bcnhnm aro on tho sick list nnd others was in tho city Sunday, nnd went to in the neighborhood slightly complainPaynesville, to visit his sister, Mrs. ing. Tregor. AVo get news every few days that Mr. James Graham, Preston, obtained F. Ditto Sr., who has been sick in tho license .Saturday to marry Miss Mary city Binco Christmas eve, is gradually Ashcraftj and was married Sunday improving. if everything worked out tlio way Mr. AV. II. Ramsey, of Oban, N. Y., Jim had it schemed. has been hero several days looking after George Worland has joined Schwein-stein- 's his drilling machine, which has been in orchestra, and isquito a beneficial the scrvico of Mr. R. 11. Young. addition to tills already famous band of Several passengers havo como down on musicians. They practlco every Saturtho train in tlio last few days waiting to day night in the drug store go over tho river, but wero dissappolnt-e- d ' J. T. Thompson and Miss Birdio Bu- on account of tlio ico. So had .to refordrof Paynesville, were married in tho turn on next train. y. parlors of tho Howard Hotel last Judgo Rawlings performed the A Pen Picture of Our Washington ceremony in his usual pleasant style. Correspondent. Mr. Moyer, Ralph Wellman, Chas. Young AV. S. Sterretto may not have Scholl, Mr. Vanwart and C. L. Land, of Loulsvlllo and Maurice Loeb, Snyder and boon a satisfactory nowspaper reporter G. AV. Dinkinspiel, of Philadelphia, were during his picturesque career on tlio Courier-Journa- l, but ho is n born humorall in tho city last week representing ist and with fair opportunities the time respective houses. their is not far distant when ho will bo known B. F. AVillett was at homo again Saturamong tho leading nowspaper comedians day witli still another hat on. Ho said of tho United States. Personally ho is that ho had a girl at homo that wanted as lighthearted as tho chaff that falls to seo him worso than tho Governor's from his fluent pencil a kind, gentle, daughters, so ho did not attend tho re- simple, boyish fellow, as haram-scaruception. How can ho tell ? as tho March wind, but as busy witli his Satur- quaint fancies ns a beo among tho flowAt a meeting in the Court-hous- o day tho following delegates were selected ers, living upon his imagination, seeing to attend tho State AVorld's Fair Con- an exaggerated comedy in every triflo ference to bo hold at Louisville, Jan. 20 and tuning his whole being to tlio evernnd 21 : A. AV. Moorman, Chapezo lasting humor of his thoughts. A o AVathen, J. F. AVoolfolk, G. W. Richardwag, forsooth, is young Sterretto, son, D. AV. Lewis and Marion Hlse. lovenblo feland withal a "Clayton Crosson, correspondent of low, who, in spito of his freaks and his tho BitECKENitmoE News, camo very near oddities, is serious in Ills affectations and dislocating the kneo joint of his baso bravo in his manliness. Tho jaguars of ball leg by jumping oil' n fonco, nnd is his profession havo not forgiven him his effervesenco nnd havo wounded him, but now runningrnostly on ono wheel." Braudenburg cor. Now Albany Tribune. to thoso who love tho sunshine of humor But ho gets there just tho same Old ho is rapidly endearing himself. Mr. Sterretto devotes, perhaps, not moro than Sut. miles last thirty minutes a woek to tho trifles he Dr. Pusoy drovo forty-si- x Sunday, mado fifteen calls and prescribed sends tho Truth from AVnshington, but for eighteen patients, all at their homes there is n fund of genuine and whole-som- o humor in every letter. Louisville and was in bed at his own homo by 10 o'clock P. M. That is what you might Truth. call hustling for a man of sixty winters Stricken With Paralysis. and about tho samo amount of summers, Btlll ho says that ho is not busy. Judge" J. S. Wilkerson hnd a slight Tho Hov. J. AV. Hays, n dude coon from stroke of paralysis while sitting at din-no- r nt his homo in this city last Saturit Ohio, has been His family wcro very around here among our colored popula- day morning. tion for about two months, teaching much alarmed about him and dispatch-fo- r his daughter, Mrs. Evans, who reschool, prenchingreligion and reform and Tlio Judgo has cutting a big hog In tlio sido generally. sides in Louisville His feathers fell considerably last Satur- been very much under tho weather for day, when Marshal Green arrested him somctimo having had an attack of la on a warrant, sworn outby Debblo AVoo- grippo. Ho was ablo to bo about, howlfolk, a buxum mulatto woman, charging ever, nnd was thought to bo gaining in him with using threats and insulting strength nnd improving rapidly until ho languago to her. Ho said he was inno- was taken last Saturday. Ho was very cent, of course, nnd made uso of that much improved yesterday and is considexpression that ered a great deal better. samo old thread-bar- e men of his ilk always uso when thoy aro Children's Department. cought up with, namely: " It Is a plot to Ho was taken injure my character." Tho Children's Department in tho before Judgo Rawlings and demanded a monthly number of " Frank Leslie's jury of his own color, got it, and was AVeokly " is undor tlto chargo of Mrs. fined $5, which, with trimmings amount- Prescott. Tho peculiar feature of this ed to about $15. department is thnt sho merely guides tho "Will tho Guston correspondent, or any children, who run tho department themselves. Prizes nro offered for best combody olso, pleaw Inform tho Brandenburg correspondent, and ovorybody olso, positions and best letters. During tho Guston tho correspondent, current year, Interesting stories will bo what or somobody olso, was trying to get told and Iwtnny chats will bo held. evo-ning, AVed-ncsdavori-tabltruo-hcarte- d, Ho Intithrough himself last week? Henry Wlnler. mates that I made a falsa report of a Wm J. Wlnler.' Johu M. Borntraeger certain meeting that was held hero tho first Saturday in January, hut ho does not itcmizo his account, so I don't know what part of it ho objects to. It may bo that I shited tho number in attendance wrong. Now, I will neknowfedgo that As well as town folks, have it in their power now to I only saw three, nnd I was in tlio Court-hous- o when thoy camo in nnd told speculate on a safe basis, by buying a Suit or Overtho County Judge, In my presence, that coat for themselves or their boys. It will pay you to they wanted a room with n firo in it, nnd our present prices and lay them ho relinquished his office to thcirservico buy these goods but I heard ono of tho men say niter next fall. aside till thoy had adjourned that there was about a half dozen of them up there, so I gavo them tlio benefit of the doubt nnd stated that thcro wore six in attendance If this bo wrong, why mako It three, or five, or seven, anywhere nlong there that Free, and if you follow our advice you are a sure winsuits you. Ho also says that Alllanco nows would bo of as much Interest to ner. The samo reduction in our Clothing Department many renders, ns such items as " Yeakel prevails in our Men's Furnishing Goods. Now is &, Co., had to closo their doors that your time. they might do business " nnd " Novitt & Gough nro tho leading druggists in town, xc. certainly It would, and I would bo glad to get hold of all such nows, and I know tho editor of this paper would bo thankful for It. But tho Guston correspondent don't seem to know that nons-papoaro published partly for profit, as Well as mostly for fun, nnd that enterprising business men nlways advertise; he does not seem to know tho "items" ho is grumbling about wero loeal advertisements, written to order, and paid for WLs3Jm-XX3&ttiat so much n line, but, nevertheless, he can bo assured that such is tlio fact. Now tho truth of tho matter is, my friend, you shot off nnddidn'tknow what you wero firing nt. I don't know who you arc, but I am fearful that your digestion is bad, and that you aro one of these dyspeptic growlers, who object to everything that has occurred in tho past, that now is, or that will happen in tlio future, nnd I would suggest that you go tjJDur now SHs!sKJ1:k?sEEJsssssP tako a littlo something foryoursto macho's sake Braco up, laugh and bo merry. Spring Stock of There is lots of happiness in this yorld Gent's Tocks, yet for you, if you would just think so. Our Friends In The Country, at We Give You This Tip Reducing Sale By far too many Goods. Wo must reduce them. Wo Ask Julius Winter Oor. YOUR HELP. January opens a new fiscal year and wo are anxious to make a good showing at tho start. Two itemswill help: v 1st, Cash on hand. 2d. Stock on hand. Jr The first should be larger, the second be smaller? To move'off perfectly seasonable goods, we offer special bargains in Winter Goods, (Ladies', Misses "and OhiK OVERCOATS during January. This may be the opportunity you hava. been looking for. You can make your investigations this month with perfect satisfaction. s . &: Co., I rs 'Old Reliable" Clothiers Third and Market, Louisville, Ky. ll r Windin- dren'80LOAKS),:Boysand-.Men'- I 'V' Bows, Four-in-Ilnn- SULZER'S FTJKNITTJKE The regular nnd reliable Furniture dealer is always on hand with a full stock Including f. M it sor Ties, is now open and ready OLOYERPORTiCV. ! for inspection. lino to FUKNITTJEE ! It is the handsomest bo FUBNITUEE MICHAEL HAMMAN. . seen in tho a critical city nnd we vito examination. Prices 25, 35, 50 and 75 cents. JiVO. 1). JsssHBHBIbv'1'. JHi.-simibXssssB m"-f viBssH IBH'TV'JSres' issHek, ' iS? Sewing Machines, Coffins, 'w'wi'SRSEisssH v'1- ' iSHflsssssHi Burial Caskets Picture Frames, Trimmings, Etc. TTIh B JsssslsHetMlisssH ijairiB nrirrs nlinll n qirrl rmnlWw nnnowlnrml 41. .. . AnrAtiaxi Gent's hmht llriiMiTiirirrMsssssM Clovorport.Ky. house can undersell him, and ho is determined to meet tho marKeMj flift nriPA lift wlinf. if. mov Alu'nva nnll nn lnm tw1 nazim...:. foro purchasing elsewhere He means just what ho says. Ho can bcundersold. M. HAMMAN. Clovernort. K"v.i .Txr j 1 -- I LsssssssssssssssssslisssBI srfW mM New Tiling in Tedb;. Women Who Die Early. Manv of our most beautiful "and ac complished ladies dio before they havo reached tho primo of life Of those who llvo to middlo ago only one in two hundred is sound; the other ono hundred nnd ninety nino nro sufferers. AVhy is t. The shattered health it? can be restored; tho homo mndo happy, and Tyour life lengthened If you commence nt once "Roso buds" havo been used .for 20 years in tho private practice of ono of tho most eminent physicians of Paris, and tho following diseases and their distressing symptoms yield to them liko magic ; Ulceration, Congestion nnd Falling of tho AVomb, Ovarian Tumors, Dropsy of the AVomb, Bearing Down Pains, Rupture at Childbirth and Miscarriages. Ono package of "Rose Buds" will muko a now woman of you. (rxjucorrhca or AVhitcs nro generally cured by no application.) Prico per packago (ono months treatment) $1.00 sent by mail post paid, Becurcly packed. Tho LuvEnnrrE Specific Co., 1539 . AA'asbington St., Boston, Mass. A SPECIAL OFFER FOR Thirty Days One doz. Cnnl Photo for S1.00 Ono doz. Plain Cab't Photo for $2.00 I will mako Photos at theso prices for tlio next Thirty days. W. W. BROOKS, Cloverport, Ky. PiiOToanAi'iinn. No Jjotte ry $14,400 IN COLD COIN To in: Givk.v Away Absolutely. Ad; one for only $2.00 can secure- both the Breckenridge Nevu and tho Louisville, Ky., Weekly Courier-Journfor ono year with tho opportunity of making estimates for the unprecedented offers of one prlio of $10,000 In Quid Coin, nnd 44 prims of $100 epch In Gold Coin. Saiuplo copy of the Weekly containing full particulars, can be seen at this oflbo. Or on application to Courier-JournCompany, Loulsvlllo, Ky., a copy will be furnished to nny address freo of chargo. Send your subscription to this olUco, Jno. I), llabbage Courier-Journal') Courier-Journal, B. F. BEARD THE OLD RELIABLE & CO., FupnitureDealersi Wo carry tho largest stock in town and can afford to givo our "Wo also carry an advantages in stylo, quality and prices. everybody knows, nn elegant lino of cui--tomo- rs CASKETS, Red-heade- d Child of Destiny. Stop! Stop! Stop! AT THE COFFINS, ROBES and luis Richardson was defeated Jor reelection to tho Legislature. Ho was next Now tlio beaten for enrolling clerk. Governor has refused to appoint him Commissioner of Agriculture Mr. Richchild of destiny ardson is n nnd personally a good follow, but ho wns caught in bad company during his last term nt Frankfort, and neither his constituents nor tho public nt largo havo forgotten it. His unfortunate sympathy for tho lottery sharks is tho causo o,f all You will find , his woe Loulsvlllo Critic. to cat : red-head- BANKRUPT STORE everything you want TRIMMINGS. B. F. Beard IIARDINSBURG, KY. I epecl-fio'f- Weather Signals. White FUu Clear or Fair Weather. Itlue Flatf llaln or Snow. White and lllue Flag Local Halm. Itlack Triangular Flag Temperature. Whlto Flag- with Itlack Square In Center-C- old wave. R. N. Miller and J. C. Nolto manipulate tho hunting nnd tho government pays tho freight. SUGAR, COFFE, FLOUR, MEAT, VEGETABLES, CANNED GOODS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, FIGS, RAISINS, ETC. In fact everything in the k NOTICE. Co., t WHISKEY "Ji Grocery&Confectionery Line Thankful for past favors. ReMr. R. E, AVoods, AVashington city, was at homo Saturday and returned spectfully solicit you to call, we Sunday. Ho was called to seo his sister tnUc great pleasure in wnittng at Elnorn, Ind., and of course could, not upon you, pass his old homo without seeing his His sister, Mrs. Sullivan, is mother. Mnnagcr. very much better nnd out of danger. J. H. Moorman, Tho I. W. Harper Is tb finest vhlikey on bronze stock. Any one wishing to purchase earth. Used In moderation, it Is a sure call or address ine at Bewleyvlllo, Ky. Indigestion, for general debility, for InMH3. Z. T. STITU. somnia, for mental Uepresston, It Is as fraFOR SALE. grant as ripe fruit and If used In inodoratton A natr of Iron erar mules, t Tears old sast. It lengthens life, adds to our Joys and drives 18 hands high well matched. U for Will dull care away. n or on time. Apply to The I. W. Harper whiskey Is absolutely c8 W. D. HOLT, Holt, Ky, pure. It Is prescribed by the ablest physicians of this country, and by degrees tt Is winandWlddwrstaMit oured at boM witE reputation, ning a world-widou t pain. Book of ttcuteM east WHMM. MIKi: rOPIIAM,SoteAg't, H.M.WOOI.Fjcy.m r Clovorport.Ky. . CHtev 1MX WtOwhU lit. AttaHtm, 1 havo for sale several Turkeys of the pare OPUIH w. h (Si Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1892. THE HABIT OF READING. A "Word to Boys. Tho habit of reading does not come, Mincrvn-liko- , full grown. Liko everything olso wo do for advantage, whether wo are men or boys, it needs usually to bo cultivated, though many boys naturally lovo to read. 'You don't mind, I am certain, whittling with your jack-knlf-o for a whole day if you wish to make a or you will work vigorously to makoakite. It is all very well to do this, but. you sec, it requires a certain amount of work to secure your triumph and joy with theso things. I am sure there novor was a boy who would hesi-tat- o to do this work when ho thought what tho result of it was to bo. Abraham Lincoln, of whom you havo all heard, laid tho foundation for his greatness when ho was a boy by taking tiino to read. Ho did not havo tho great variety of good books and papers' that are to bo iiad now ; but ho found tho best ho could, and made tho most of them. Ab gas and keroseno lamps were not in use in tho timo of his boyhood, and even candles were not to bo obtained by him, ho was glad to avail himself of a torch made from a pino knot, and sitting over tho firoplnco on a winter night in his home, which was a rudo cabin, I daresay he enjoyed what he read better than anything ho found to read in later life, when all tho modern books and facilities were at his hand. I know this is not a new story that I am telling you; but it illustrates so well what I want to say that I would bo glad jf you could hear it over and over again, so that you may never forget it. It supplies for all of us, in fact, a very good lesson to remember. It makes emphatic tho truth that what wo get through difficulties wo get most thoroughly and retain longest. You will learn when you are older that into all your attainments and successes a question enters which wo call cost. In other words, you have had to give something for them time, toil, or money. At any rate,either you have given it, if you havo Obtained the object desired, or some ono else has given it for you. Do you remember the story of the king who askid the great mathematician for some easy method whereby his boy, whom he inclined to favor, might bo enabled to obtain n knowledgo of mathematics? Rut ho was told there is no royal road to ircometry" Neither is there to anv de sirable success. It would not have been a favor to tho king's son if there had been, allowed to travel it. 1. T. Rar-nuin Harper's Young People. tug-boa- t, m What a Oloverport Woman Sees and Hears About a Kan. A man will wado through two feet of snow to sco n dog fight, but six inches of snow will keep him away from MOOLEYVILLE. Mr. Sydna Hayden has a severe nttack of tho grippe. r r , Those Who Banco Must Pay tho Fid' illnr. S Tim following communfcaUon is nub-llislicd by n farmer whp'says"! endorso Ky.', Doc. 20, 1891. I bco Iby tho papers .that your "Commercial Club" Is organizing n raid on tho Stato I Treasury In tho ihicrcst of tho World's iFalr two years henco ; or rather In tho of tin indefinite number of Mors who havo invested In "on- "ns(f otherwise, in tho mineral or limbaumnds of tho SUto. This is all rigbvlw-ii- i their stand point, but it is I M tM3 great masses of tho people of FtM ? From tho forthcoming ro- ; of tho Stato Auditor wo learn that ihero is now a deficit of moro than a If hundred thousand dollars, and by tho titno that tho pending legislature gcta "through with its work tho amount will ' Under this lxi mnrn tlinn iloubled. 1 stato of things, can tho Stato afford to contributo $25,000, or $30,000, or a sm- jU "glo nickle, to tho show ? It don't look folnoipit thoy can. If wo had an over- ilowing treasury and tho peoplo weru and easy in money matters, ' at 10 could afford to niako a "spludgo 'litis big show. Hut tho condition of thingaat present will not warrant such a r'ruirart'. It is all richt for theso citv dud& and their friends who hold op- Jiina rirwl nHinr nfnroetn in rmk I, in Kt.nto 'Atoholp them out of tho soup that thoy UjUmvo stewed; but can tho thousands of v farmers aiioni tno expense, lstno great 5jluestion. Thoso who dance should pay Mho fiddler, is thcoldrulo in old Ken , tucky, and it is a good rule. If our friends who havo invested in mineral, M8 and timber lands, and boom towns, Vw?t to advertiso thoso buildings, let MhCni pay their own bills. It is as much as "ffd farmers in Kentucky can do to pay ur present taxes and keep tho sher- itf.off of our farms. How many farmers ,have .any direct interest in the big show promse'd. to bo held in Chicago two lienco ? Not ono in fifty. AVe v liavo nothing to sell that this show will help. Nobody need bo uneasy. about Kentucky not being represented in this bhj show. Tho stock men will bo there and thoy will pay their own expenses, as thoy nrc accustomed to do ; and they - .will hold their own with tho world. Tho farmdrs will bo there, and pay their own footing, and will show up with the "best that is on hand j tho fruit men w ill k"jot bo mibsing and will havo as big Ben By innumerable cures, Dr. Bull's Davis apples and Bartlctt pears as any Cough Syrup, has won for itself a most Tho men who havo coal enviable reputation. body else. mines with coal in them will bo there ; I've been suffering for the past three tho men "who have iron mines that havo weeks with a sprained wrist. I tried metal in them will bo there with big Salvation Oil, and find myself, after hav"chunka" of tho stufi to show the world; ing used ono bottle, entirely cured. lie men who havo timber lands will be CI1AS. KEYSKIl, 199 Mulberry St., iiSnS with big popular and oak logs to Baltimore, MtL hat Ken- show. Don't bo uneasy. Leslie's Colored Number. will bo on hand, Juckyliaa fit to show This week's issue is really the first of thoso.who own it, can afford to pay ir own expenses and attend to their the colored Leslie numbers. A magnififiner than nnj thing jwn interests. Nino dollars out of every cent frontispiece, bo taken out of before on un American publication, ten dollars that should .tho Stato Treasury would bo a clean, graces its pages. It represents a cowclear steal for a few pet dead beats to boy race on the plains, and is printud in feed and fatten on. No. Ao don t four colors. It is artistic to a degree un- want any appropriation out of tho pub- kuown. Tl ic women will bo interested lic treasury ; for, in tho first place, wo in the picture which shows Baby Ruth 'havo no money there to appropriate, and Cleveland taking tin airing. Tho strikin tho second place, tho mass of the peo ing picture of tho burning of tho steamand tho res plo who pay the taxes and fill tho Treas- er Abyssinia in ury havo not a nickle interest in the cue of the passengers ; the magnificent show. I see that prominent men all features of tho great poet. Walt Whitover tho Stato are being dragged in to man ; figure pieces by the best amateur indorso and recommend Stato aid to this photopruphers, and tho pages devoted to steal. This is cute, but it won't work. the children and tho graphological deThese few chaps don't represent tho sen- partment, will interest our readers. timent and interest of tho peoplo and The beautiful bit of music called thoy will have about as much influence "Christmas Chimes" and tho fourth of as tho barking of coon dogs in a cotton the series of tho articles by Professor patch. This is a bad year for tho un- Totten make it tho most interesting faithful and ungodly, and tho members publication of tho new ywir. It is a of the Legislature who shall squander wonder how twelvo such good numbers tho people's money and saddlo them can bo furnished, together. with tho with debt for the benefit of a few dogs graphological chart, and an order on to sell, will find next year a harder year Peter Henderson & Co. for $1.25 worth still, and will havo to spend their time of roses or chrysanthemum plants or whittling dry goods boxes ami plowing flower seeds, .for $1; but tho Arkell with a poor mule. W. C. in Farmers Weekly Company, 110 fifth Avenuo, New York, are enterprising people. Home Journal. THE f To rid the human body of tho Every penny tells. You can get SaTRUE j poison of disease, is to olimi- cents. Rest in livation Oil for twenty-fiv- e WAY nato it through tho pores of the market. skin. S. S. S. not only does this, but it B. Gougb, tho lecturJohn forces out olso tho germs which mako er, excused himself to an audience tho poison, and builds up the general of a bad cold, then started for health at tho same time. Do not tnko Egypt in tho hopo lof getting rid of it, imitations or substitutes, for S. S. 8. Egypt contains no remedy more certain any for you will bo disappointed. There is in its results than Dr. Bull's Cough only one Swift's Specific, and thoro is Syrup. nothing like it. Mrs. E. J. Row ell, No. 11 Quincy Br. Cottrell Suited. Tho young gentlemen of Grecnvillo street, Medford, Mass., says that her nqlcd in a way to Suit Rev. Dr. Cottrell mother has been cured of Scrofula by the use of four bottles of S. S. S., after on New Year's day, though their conhaving had much other treatment and duct gave him a fit. Tho Doctor, with being reduced to quito a low condition rasp of n tonguo of his, knows how-tthat of health, as it was thought sho could give other peoplo fits, and is pleasing not live. to his friends to know; that his turn Treatise on Blood and Skin diseases camo at first of 1892. Greenville Echo. mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlantn, Ga. patent incdicino which is lit fully:" Ruiial Neck Jtc 1 d w rffc- church. Ho will get up at 4 o'clock in tho morning to go fishing, but will calmly allow his wife to build tho fire before ho does so. Ho will spend, tho whole evening reading tho latest magazino but let his wife request him to read a chapter from tho Rlblo to tho children and nt onco his eyes are unfit for use. Ho will tramp tho hills from daybreak till sun down in search of rabbits or birds and consider it flno exercise, but ho will kick like a new shot-guwhen his wife asks him to take tho baby out walking on Sunday afternoon. Winning a husband is only a pleasure, but keeping him is a penance. A friend said to mo not long sinco "do write d about husbands." I never saw one, so I can't writo about it. Men like to be looked up at, depended on, quoted and referred to. An ugly temper is a trial that few women are nblo to'stand. The thing is to keep still, lot him cool, and let tho matter drop. Don't let a wife make a sacrifice of herself, do let her havo ideas of her own, secrets too, if she chooses. It is a good idea not to bo too tame, be a liitle uncertain to mako yourself interesting. This thing of trying to rule a husband, it can't bo done, but tho "old common expression" rubbing of tho fur the right way wins every time, for instance, if ho is fond of flattery let him havo it or praise his shapely head to the skies and he will keep Ids hair cut, tell him his hands are handsome and you solve the problem of unkept nails. If ho is relating anything that especially interests him, listen with open eyes of wonderment and no matter what tho occasion is, never permit your knowledgo to exceed his. Men dispiso smart women, but havo no fault to find when her talent is largo enough to appreciate his great . n hen-pecke- Mr. Jas. Osbom is very low with dyspepsia, his recovery is doubtful. J. T. .Tarboc, of Marion county, is visiting friends and relatives in tills neighborhood. Mr. Win. Vessels, of near Rhodolla, had n salo last Saturday, ho is going to Missouri. Mr. J. F. Jarboo sr., purchased of II. E. Mattingly tho old Mattingly farm mile south of this placo lying one-hafor $000. Mr. McQuown, of Glasgow, Ky., tho lato guest bf Mr. F. G. Parr and Doctor lf We Give the Plants You Pick the Flowers :- JUST WHAT E VEliY FARMER WANT! :- - A CHARMING OFFER FOR1892. Frymiro returned home last Wednesday. Mr. Joseph Burch, of Bowling Green, Ky., nnd Miss Maggio Still of this placo were married at St Thcressa church, ,' Thursday tho 8, Rev P. Reaux officiat -ing. Tho bridal party took tho City of Owcnsboro for Louisvillo where they will spend a few days and then return to their future homo in Bowling Green. " " "Ji"aB"" ai.ssMjji.li .lL.n, ssissfcy May joy, peaco and prosperity follow them to tin ir new home. Politics is very quiet in this part, with 84.50 Total, tho exception of our choice for a candi' We offer nil theso for 82.00 in advance. date for Congress. Wo are not MontOur new "GRANITE" Chilled Plow has gono to tho front with gomery men in this section. Wo want Wo will give an order on Peter Henderson it Co., for any of the wonderful Blridcs. a Bhrewd, able, cntergetic man, n man 6f It is now an acknowledged leader with alMvho have experience and ability, a man whoso nbovo collections, which.is good until June 1, 1'892. used it. is as untarnished as tho principles name Send your subscriptions to of Democracy, a man w ho knows not deIt8.Bpccial merits are : feat but carries conviction before him. possesses theso qualiAs to tho man that ) 1st. Perfection in outline and shapp. ties, wo tho voters of this end of Hie ' 2nd. Great turning capacity. the name of tho county would introduce Publisher NEWS. Hon. Jack Gross, tho political core of 3rd.jNow combination of motals, hard, "yet tough. Brcckenridgo county, tho prido of tho ' A OLOVERPORT, KY. 4th. PatontVadjustablo slip heel, for compensating wear and of Kentucky and old Commonwealth " is hardly found even in whoso Superior "T giving suck or pitch to plow. tho Federal Government. Tho offer which brings tho greatest amount of pleasure to ovcry homo nt tho smallest exponco. Tho publisher of tho Bni:oKENniiaE News, Cloverport, Ky., has mado solo arrangements for this town as. follows : On Year's Subscription to Bueokenuidcie News Valuo - $1.00 Frank Leslio's Weekly or Zoitung (colored numbor), twolvo times n year, including tho Christmas , Number, 1.25 Graphological Chart, or Reading of your Character '. It t-1.00 from your Handwriting, -' Four Rose or four Chrysanthemum Plants, or 25 packets of choico flower seeds, all from tho from seed house of Peter Henderson & Co., Now York 1.25 Granite CHILLED PLOW. M?. Vl OTIESIEJ A SWEEPING SUCCESS. JNO. b BABBAGE, Littlo Early Risers havo an enormous sale, and why? Simply because they aro pleasant in taking anc happy in results. A pill for tho multitude. Sold by Short & Haynes. It is an established fact that DeWitt's 5th. Gth. GKTN!$16 II o;ej Ton LAME BACK iCfiWfVbNs 0 UHIMENT. Of? BEAST ftcv sYAr? For rilEifMAttfr-'P'R AIM; Etc. . ..a rJe application dnc; ---l 7th. v.q Runs steadily and is very light draft. Each plow has ono point for soft and another for hard dry ' soil. i,.' Vith all its advantages it is sold at tho same prico as ' ferior Chilled Plows. -- 'U'"'r cnrM JHver Complaint. . Affection and Vosticcness. At drueirlsts. Prlco 23 ct. Prices and Description otXAvery's. X "Granite" Chilled Plows. NUMBER. TURNING CAPACITY. ; yra , THE CAUSE.- -It is no doubt tho correct thing to treat tho ByinjitoniH of a disease, but this is not effectivo unless the cause of tho complaint is removed. For instance, a fever may bo treated with quinine, etc., hut unless tho cause is removed tho fever will surely return. Again, tho sores and eruptions of Scrofula may bo healed by mercury aud potash treatment, but unless tho cause of theso symptoms is cleansed from tho tho system, they will return or attack somo of the delicate internal organs. Swift's Specific strikes nt tho cause of tho trouble, and forces out tho germs of disease, and tho poison through the pores of tho skin, and at the same timo builds up the general health of the sufferer. Swift's Specific is a purely vegetable remedy, and is harmless to the most delicate, yet it never fails to eliminate tho poison from the human body. Wo will mail a valuable book to all who will send for it. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., .Atlanta, Ga. Ml aasaiiii ?PEEDV rBr.RCHAfD;TAYuoMEDCo. ifo. PRICE. :' . 14 J 15 10 , .r , , SALVATION OIL alt Price only 25 cents. BANK OF ISSSSSW"3 ! ' - ' ' Relievos quickly ralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago, Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, Durns, Scalds, Sores, Backache, &c. - druggists.) Rheumatism, NeuSoli by IGi -- 'iMMI 11" " "' ' HAHDINSBUEG t"j 17 18 . 7 to 8 inches. " 8 " 9 0 " 10 " 10 " 11 inches. " 11 " 13 12 " 14 ' $5.50. 0.50. 8.00. 9.00. 9.50. 10.00. ...)'.) - pjfaEf "w.Mtvivfr hPvsni Capital Stock 825.00Q. n. F. BEARD, President. WILL MILLEU, M. H. BEARD, Cashier. O. W. BEARD Right or Left hand. IS Had Iho Desired Effect! II Carkollton, tf TsssWsssf stS THE A Trial will convince every Farmer of ;itfs Merits. .'. United States Bepartment of Agriculture. Wn.vrnr.it Bureau Washington' Tec. Mr. R. N. Miller, Cloverport, Ky., Sir: In order to extend tho usefulness of tho Weather Bureau in connection with tho preparation and distribution of the official forcasts, it is directed that on and after January 1, 1S92, the period of timo covered by such predicTO, 1891 Groon Co., 11L, Nov., '83. I highly reoainmsud I'astor Xoenlg'a, Norrs Touta to anybody that hag Buffered from hood- ache as my Hon did for S years, because two hot- Hog of tho medicino ourod him. M. MoTIOUE. WAsnwaTON, D. O., March 0, 1891. For 8 years I had footings that I can hardly describe. 1 would fool at times that I was surely dying, or havo presentiments that something dreadful was about to happen; since taking Pastor Koculg's Nerve Tonlo I havo felt llko a different person. It Is a wonderful medicine. MllS. AGNES bllKA. Loiietto, Ky., March 2, 1831. I havo takon Pastor Koonlg's Tonlo for of 3 ytarB itaudiug, and It worked like a chiirm on me, after several doctors did me no good. Your medicine is perfection. h. O. VAN CLEAVE. A Valuable Boole en Nervous 10 uincitaos leni iroocan any aaaress. alxo obtain and Hor imtienu this metllcluo li co of cliurco. mid-ocea- n far-fam- tions, which has heretofore been twenty-fou- r KOENIQ MED. CO., Chicago, III. hours, shall bo as follows : Tho forecasts prepared upon tho 8 a. Sold by Dru wrists at Bl r or DotUo. OrorSfj. m. observations will bo mado for a perIrftrire Slzo, H1.7S. O Dottles for 80. iod of thirty-si- x hours ending at 8 p. m. ' of tho following day. Those prepared . . upon tho 8 p. in. observations will bo mado for tho following day ending at W. W. VESSELS, midnight. Tho forecasts, as heretofore, Proprietor and Dealer In will bo issued twico daily, based upon Firm Wines and Whiskies, Brandies tho telegraphic reports of observations Cigars and Tobacco. taken at 8 a. m. and 8 p. m. (7oth meridian timo.) IlARDiNsnunn, Ky. It is requested that tho following rules This hotel has been lately ro- bo observed by all persons displaying mired, paporcd,paintcd, thorough-- y flags, or sounding whistle signals, reprerenovated and rofuruished, and senting tho forecasts of tho Weather is now open to tho traveling public. Bureau : share of your patronage. For the p. in. forecast, received at I solicit a W. V. Vessels. night or early tho following morning, flags displayed should represent the NOTICE, FRUIT GROWERS! weather of tho current day ; for tho a. m. Mako your orders by the 1st of October and forecast, received before noon, tho flags we will furnlih yon any kind of displayed should represent tho weather of tho following day. TT'JS.TJXT 'JIlSlBIS. Should more than ono kind of weather SMAX.I. T3a3U3ES, or temperature bo indicated in tho foreSHBUBS! ica. casts, tho last named kind will show ZACK. GREEN, what flags to bo displayed or whistle Manager Ilardinsburg Nuri'ry. sounded. HAHDINSBURa, KY I am, very respectfully, Sclentlfio American M.uik W. Haiuiin-mton'- , Agency for Chief of Weather Bureau. This remedy has boen prepared by the lleverend Pastor KoenlK, of Fort Wntoe, Ind since ISiS, and (snow prepared undormadlrectloD by the HamMelon House It Is a seamless shoe, with no tack or wax thread to hurt tbefeeti made of tbo best fine calf, stvllsn and easy, and because tee make more shoes of thts grade than anv other manvfacturer. It equals hand, sewed sboei costing from Hi to S3.00. tho finest call OUi.ennliio Unnil-newr- d, shoe ever offered for $3U equals French Imported shoes whlcll cost from ti l to (12 0). CIA OO ll'in.t. Sowed Welt Kb op, One calf, stylish, comfortable and durable. Thoboit P sboe ever offered at this price t same Rrade as ccs shoes coating from $0 00 to t'JJJl. CEO 30 Police Hlioet farmers, Railroad Ifen Hfm andLettcrCarrlersall weartbem: line calf, seamless, smooth Inside, heavy three, soles, extension cOko. ono pair will wear ayear. (SO SO fine cnlfi no better shoe ever offered at Dsba this price t one trial will convince tbosa who want a shoe for comfort and service. 3 "'d 82.00 Worklnsmnn'a sheet CCO & are very strong and durable. Those who nave given tnrm a trial win wear no otner make. o-.- uii mm 01.70 scnooi snoes aro wurn hvthnttoYi nvirvwhpri, lhfvull on their merits, ns the Increasing sales show. I S:i.UO. llnii(UfiMcil shoo, best bonsola,verTstyllsh;equalsirench Imported shoes costing from $UO to SWli. I.ndlcs ti,50, 82.UU nnd 81.73 shoe for ulsscs are tho best fine bongola. Htyllsh and durable. C'nutlou. See tbat W. L. Uouglas' name and price ore stamped on the bottom of each shoe. tF-TANO SUnSTITllTE.ja Insist on local advertised dealers von. IV. Li. DOUULiArJ, HrocUton.Iiiass. l&ldLy S3 SHOE BEST SHOE IN . L. DOUGLAS' C6N? egflEH THE WORLD FOR THE HONEY? WHY IS THE imMmJ3'& MORRIS ESKRIDOE R. M. JOLLY. INTEREST PA.ID 1 V B.F.AVERY & SONS., Implements, 7i ,-- J - - Directors DEPOSITS Manufacturers of Cast, Steel and Chilled Plows and Cultivating ON TIME Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. R, Co, LOUISVILLE, KY. fic JJa TIME SCHEDULE At 5:00 o'clckV. West Hound Trains 3STO. 18. Weiiaj Jnlj Mill A l'x ir's Dally 52 S9. 'SI 1892SIXTY-FIFT- H OF THE YEAR1892 Eait Hound Train. M Mail A Bxpr's Rxpr's Dally 25pm 6 40 ft STATIONS Iv.Un'n rp't..ar vcniucKy si, Wcit Point Howard Hock Haven Long Ilranch Meade Springs Dally 7 4S.un 8(X) Dally Boy cl 720 7 21 7 47 7 67 8 07 811 845 oHIoC baUICO 9(10 9 US 811 817 827 917 921 926 931 9 41 nramteiiburg Ekron Irvington Webster Lodiburg Guston 8 37 8 47 855 Utft 9b2 10 IK) POU BAUE BY BOWMER. St. HAMBLETON 911 9 21 CLOVERPORT' KY. 925 1010 1015 1023 1027 1044 1060 1100 1111 1118 1124 1129 1135 . Pierce Si.,.,ple Stephcnsport Cloverport Shops Sklllman Kalcon Cayce Lewfsport 9 30 GREGORYS Headquarters for CO., . 946 951 1001 1030. Addison Holt 1010 1018 1021 1031 Hawesville I'etrie Powers Pates 00 9 05 m 12 45 860 1215 8(6 12 02pm 8 02 it 40 im 113d 7 40 11 2 731 1125 7 27 1119 723 1111 715 1102 655 10 63 6 48 1045 6 40 10 3J 6 31 1030 623 1023 618 1018 613 1015 610 1001 667 9 67 563 9 44 510 1 ESTERN FaRMER'sAlMANAC, No 1il Household is Complete Without It. This isa Biipurb Number nnd contains many valuable contributions Jrom a number of leading authors. Times of meeting of all tho Kentucky courts, correct astronomical calculations, movements l'lanatary system, Kclipso, etc. Accurate calenders, Ember tlnys, and lots of useful information on many subjects. ' 1028 1050 1102 1111 Reapers and Mowers, Gtaiq Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mien iRan Plantar, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, 1162-- 1123 1131 1140 1165 1207pm 1216 1227 1230 12 46 1205pm 111 12204m 125pm lar.IIenders'n Iv 715iro lot Mattingly Stanley Worthlngton Snottsville fl!1.1ijta Owcnsboro 9SJ 920 920 915 909 861 837 827 815 765 630 522 615 511 4 JOHN P. MORTON & CO., Publishers, LOUISVILLE, KY. For Sale by JNO. D. BABBAGE. 6 03 4 48 8(Xi 425 413 4 0'. 3 65 3 7 37 7 29 337 329 315pm PRICEJQ CENTS, - Pine & Poplar Shingles ly tilled. rlrick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring always kept on hand. Orders ac- LouisviMe,Hardfnsburg&Vestern No. 2 TIME TABLE. R. 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