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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 brc1892040901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f Breckenridge News. SATURDAY, APItIL 0, 1892. Beeokenridge News Supplement. Suggestions to the Public. 1st. Address nil mall matter legibly Id fully. Give namo mid o in II with tho statu plainly written; if rected to a city, givo number of street, uso or box. If oflico bo n nil one, givo name of county. M. Put your name nnd address upon per left limit! corner of all matter post-ofllcpost-ofllco lied. On foreign letters nlwnys place name of country in full. th. Do not uso thin envelopes, mped envelopes nro tho best. Register nil vnluablo letters, fth. Send monoy by money order, AlUx stamps securely, nnd on upper right hand corner. Ith. Do not tender for postage stamps Iney bo mutilated as to ho uncurrcut. j'h. Do not ask tho postmaster to nf- stamp3 for you. 3th. Do not ask credit for postago rpsif you can help it. Ith. Do not nsk credit for money ors under any circumstances. o ith. When you nro in tho iOt imagine thnt you nro in n bar- n and, tuat eery Doily in tlio houso !d. i post-ofllc- Do not judgo pcoiilo by the lies they wear. lth. Mail nil your letters nt tho oflico w hen possible to do so, and .it tho train. Wm. Ah:., P. M.f Cloverport, Ky. ;th. -- nmW, Innocent Aliruutl. Iwo rfmall children ono u boy nnd other n girl wero pen nit tod tonc-tpan- y their mother on u shopping - in tho week beforo Chtistmas. Thoy led a life slzo figure of b.mtu Cuius in P of tho largo ictnil marts in Sixth litio. Breaking uway from paroutal hiuco, they ran joyfully up to tho iro, exclaiming, "uu, Mr. Santa lisl" "Mr. Bantu Clausl" with such I'monco tuat ttio iittontion or at least Izon persons was attracted to them. h all of tho sincerity and onthusi- tli.it truo faith imparts thoso little j stood before tho gruzlcd and toy n imago and told what thoy wanted ar Mr. Santa Clans' to bring them 'hristmas. Tho littlo boy wanted a on with horses that could trot, nnd ;irl wanted dolly that could open shut its eyes end talk. So firm was belief in tho actual prosenco of la Cluus that tho littlo folks iinag- that thoy could sco u twmklo in his Imd a smilo of ussent to their poti on his lips. It was iin incident I touched tho adult observers, ono of In, a whito haired old gdntlcmau, Inured. " Tis u pity that a child's be- in Santa Clans should over bo on." Now York Times. Olif Memories KcciiIInl. i.cr tho adjournment of tho United Is court at D.invillo, Va., recently. was ii littlo scono which was not on ocket. A ono armed old Confederate iceii found guilty of illegal distill- nd was soutencod to ono month's soinhcnt and a fino of $100. Judgo Paul, who was also an old Confed- ordered tho marshal to bring Gar-Llorrison, tho ono armed voteran, Presently tho tho courtroom. and prisoner Btood faco to face, touched tho empty sleovo tears into tho oyes of tho judgo, who "Corao baolj horo tomorrow nnd I lonsideryour caso. Wo old boys fitting scarce, and you cannot go to -- Cor. itichmond Times. , Dues tlio Nineteenth Century End? ivo been pretty thoroughly con- II for years that not ono person .in Inows whon this century will close, wa3 much surprised to find tho rent that but about eight years of iiff-il- ? iff IlHilliMI ! ontury remain. This would mako lio last year of this decado and cen- - Tho matter is important enough ?cct, and is very easily mado clear. lirst century closed with tho last l.tho year 100; tho Second with tho uy or tlio year sou, ana tno isino- century will onu with tho last day year 1000, which is nine years from Day, 1892. J, Ogdcn Korn in 'ork Sun. A Steam Sleigh. !uckco(Cal.)raan has in tho course listruction a steam sloigh which lio claims, whon perfected, trav now coverod Holds and inoun- ith n epeed scarcely less than that train. It is his intention tiilroad contrivance for tho haul- Mi classes of freight, sawlogs and ig olso that requires cheap trans- in, Exchange, ?" . 4 - ii!lpliiii3lili ais aaa&-,r a ' .. - sa SS-2.- S 3 I ass Breckenridge News Supplement. Breckenridge News. SATURDAY, APRIL 0, 1892. LOCAL BREVITIES. This is a live town, and don't you forget it. T. C. Craig, tlio hickory timber man, is in tho city. , G. G. Berry, of Louisville, was. here Thursday. Mrs. Alex Boyd returned homo Thursday evening. Mat Lancaster, Louisville, was in tho city Wednesday. Leo Meyer, of Hardinsburg, came down Thursday. Country hams and bacon at Morton's corner grocery. Wm. II. Sale, tho insurance mnn, was in tho city yesterday. Fresh vegatablos of all kinds at Morton's corner grocery. George T. Crawford, Marietta, Ohio, was in tho city Thursday. Mr. Bartles is erecting a nice veranda addition to his residence. George Cunningham, of Derby, is htopping at the Basbctt Hotel. Frank Joplin, of Louisville, spent a day or two in tho city last week. Mrs. C. Anient left Wednesday for a visit to relatives at Elizabethtown. J. P. Dixon, of Slaughters wherever that is was in tho city Thursday. Mr. James Kasoy has purchased a new organ for his daughter, Miss Annie. Dr. F. M. Smith is brightening up his homo with fresh paint and new paper. F. W. French, of Cincinnati, came down Thursday and remained over night. W. F. Lees, of Cannclton, is erecting the machinery at tho .Patton Brick Works. Mrs. II. V. Duncan went to Louisville Thursday to purchase a now lino of millinery goods. There Is a movement oil foot to build a coal road to the Sloan mines, 6ix miles from tho city. F. D. Gray, representing the Southwestern Publishing Company of Nashville, is in tho city again. Hon. Henry Mason, of Hawesville, ramo up and spent tho day yesterday among his many friends here. Sulzer will have to add another story to his building if ho wants one just a 'little higher than his neighbors. A. X. Kinchcloe, Hardinsburg, was here yesterday exhibiting his clothing samples to Cloverport merchants. Wear tho Monarch shirt; Father 'Pike, of Hardinsburg, was in tho city Wednesday. John Slaton, ol Hardinsburg, was in tho city Wednesday. Bricklayers, carpenters and day laborers are in demand. W. II. Wahler, Grand View, Ind., was " in tho city Thursday. Cloverport Brick Works aro turnTho ing out some fine brick. O. W. Davis, Huntlngburg, Ind., was in the city yesterday. A splendid lino of tobacco and cigars at Morton's corner grocery. For the best and freshest groceries call on Morton at the corner. James ;F. McConnell, of Louisville, was in the city Thursday. An infant child of John Burns died of pneumonia Thursday, and was buried yesterday. apples, oranges, Fresh bananas, lemons, cocoanuts, candy, &c. for sale at Martin's drug store. Christ Clino is the regular engineer that runs the Short Line locomotive now, and she makes regular daily trips . to Victoria and return. Garden seeds, northern early rose and beauty of Hebron seed potatoes, and onion sets for sale at C. C. Martin's. A Webster's Unabridged Dictionary and a ono year's subscription to tho BnEcKENKiDOE News will bo given for $2.00. MERE IS THE WELL? Tho Body of a Child Said to Havo Boon Thrown Into Ono Near EASTLAND -- Cloverport. A Horrible Tale of Worse Than Beastly Cruelty Told by a Suffering- Woman. From the Hf-- Capt. John Pike, of Meade county, an old river flat boat pilot, was at our landing last Monday and Tuesday in charge of a cargo of lime. Union Local. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gardiner, a bridal couple from Union Star, accompanied by Miss Dora Gardiner, G. A. Hendry and Mrs. M. A. Scott, aro stopping at thu Fifth Avenue. Louisville Commercial. The largest map ever printed inches United States on one side, and a Political map on tho other, latest 1892 edition, and a one year's subscription to the BnECKENitiDQE News will be given for $2.00. lOxriO k Our hotels are so full of boarders and visitor now, that frequently gucsls have to bo turned away on account of not having room to lodge them. This has occurred once or twice al tho Cloverport and Bassett houses this week. W. A. Eudaly, of Cincinnati, patentee of tho Eudaly brick kiln, camd tlowh yesterday to view and to give soiiie instructions in regard to the building of tho big kiln at tho Cloverport brick works, which is being made after his' patent. Capt. A. Burkett, the brick contractor, It's Worth Trying, at Least. was 04 years old Thursday, and is the It is understood tho Albert Barry is exhibiting his enter- youngest man in town. Ho can do more havo made arprise and tastefulness by placing a nice work, crack more jokes, laugh louder, rangements to take out policies in picket fence around his lot and new re- play more cinch and enjoy it better, set vercinigto feuer sidence. up later o' nights, get up earlier o rnorn-ing- s marine ungluecksajllovcrsicherungs-gesellscha- ft and always be more cheerful and Rufus Lee, of Owensboro, camo up before making another trip Thursday night, and distributed a lot of pleasant than any other man in tho over tho lines of tho Conway's Owensboro boom posters yes- countiy without a single oxceptiori. Premiterday morning. um five cents per week, and policy good ANOTHER ORNAMENT. until death, when tho attorney of tho L. A. Bell, of Louisville, is visiting his company will suo tho heirs of tho policy aunt, Mrs. C. D. Temple, at tho Clover-po- rt Vests Will Erect an Immense Busi- holder for damages. Kenton Herald. Hotel. Ho will leavo for South ness Honse on the Old Dakota in a few days. The Situation. Corner Lot. Don't miss tho Busy Bee Excursion to Out on tho Texas Cotton-Bel- t road, Tho enterprising Vests, so as to not bo Louisvillo by L. St. L. & T. Thursday d child of misfortune behind other enterprising persons, and there is a April 28th. Faro $1.50 round trip. to give room for their immenso and in- whoso condition as poetized by himself Tickets nt A. R. Fisher's drug store. creasing stock, havo come to the con- aptly portrays tho situation that threatJ. 0. Terrill, Lewisport, got off the clusion that they owe it o themselves ens Democracy. Boiled down to handhis tale of woe reads : down train Thursday night, and could and to their patrons to build a now busi- bill poetry-siz"My object in offering you this song hardly find a place lo stay, as every hotel ness house. This will bo ono of tho was already running over with guests. finest edifices in tho city, and will not is to get an artificial leg. "While stepping o'er the thresher, the carrier to Tho steamer Littlo Albert took a raft only reflect much credit upon its dashing clean, projectors, but will bo an ornament to I, to my great misfortune, slipped Into the out of Clover of about 6,000 cross-tie- s tho city of which every citizon cannot machine.' creek yesterday, and went to Cannclton help but feel proud. Tho building will Let Democracy keep its seat on tho with them. They belong to Billy bo 50x80 feet, will havo threo stories and it will steer clear of above grbund, with basement below, tho Now York machlno and novor go W. M. Labry, of Henderson, was a plate-glas- s and iron front, and will be stumping around on an artificial silver passenger on tho train Wednesday, iltted up with all tho latest improve- leg. For running a winning race, nothMr. Labry is ments and conveniences; will havo ele- ing can approach its own stout pair of en routo to Stephensport. interested in street paving at Henderson, vators for passengers and freight, toilet-room- s tariff-reforlimbs. Glasgow Times. and was going to Stephonsport to look at for tho accommodation of tho Everott Wilsqn, a their limo stone. ladies, and will bo lighted from base- son 6f Dr. J. Wilson, of Morehead, J garret with electric lights. committed Tho Busy Bee Society 6f tho First Bap- ment to suicide at thai place by shoottist church of Owensboro, ky., will run Work will begin on this now structure ing himself through' the breast with a their second annual excursion Thursday May 1st, and will bo pushed rapidly to forty-fiv- o calibro pistol. A young lady April 28th to Louisvillo by L. St. L. & T. completion It will bo, built on tho cor- that ho had been keeping company with, R. R. Faro for tho round trip will .bo ner of Wall and Poplar streets,-whorgavo birth to a child,' a few days ago, $1.50, can't afford to miss it. Train will their old building now stands, and they which sho said fheynw tho father of, leavo hero at 10 6'clock a, m. Tickets will occupy Beavin's house with their whereupon h'eweet on a spree, and storo while it Is being built. for sale at A. R. Fisher's drag-store-. wound up as staM above. Plattdeutschen-voglcschuetzengescllschaft Elcctrischenstras-seneisenbahnwagengesellschaone-leggee, Sol-bri- g. tariff-threshe- r, twenty-two-year-ojd Euiimlllc Journal. A terrible story of the brutal treatment of a man toward his family developed last night. A young woirian about 28 years of age, who gave her namo as Mrs. Nicholas Roesslcr, arrived hero from Henderson, Ky., on tho Ohio Valley train at 10:30 o'clock last night. She was on her way to relations in Patoka, Ind. Tho poor woman was suffering with consumption, and told a horrible story of tho last few years of her life. She stated that her maiden namo was Letitia Hanks, and that she was raised nine miles back of Dayton, Ky. During a visit to Cincinnati she met Roessler there, and after a courtship of several months in 1881, sho went to Nicholasville, Ky., and notified Roessler, who followed her to that place, where they were married in opposition to tho wishes of her father. For several years everything went well with the young couple. Fivo years ago Roessler commenced drinking, then gambling, and finally neglected his family. Six months ago ho bought a family boat, and with their two children, a boy aged 8 years and a girl 5 years old, started down the river. While lying at a farm landing below Leavenworth, Ind., the boy died of typhoid fever, and despite tho pleadings of the motiier, tho brutal father buried tho body of his child under the bank of Ihe fiver, n6t even placing it in a box. The girl died of diphtheria, and he threw her body in an unused well about fivo miles below Cloverport, Ky. She says they then drifted on down the river, stopping for a few days at a time, until ono night threo weeks ago, while lying at the bank below Henderson, tho boat sank. Roessler, after assisting his wife ashore, told her to go where sho pleased ; that he was going South. When daylight came, a farmer named Mason took care of her and yesterday furnished her with transportation to Patoka, Ind. Her father removed to Missouri, where ho died a year ago, leaving an estate valued at from twenty to twenty-fiv- e thousand dollars, but did not leavo his daughter'anything. Do you want to make money? Do you want a cheap Iiouse'J so, now is your time. Buy a lot in Enstluml, a suburb of bopi Cloverport, just outside of the city limits and adjoining the Viti Brick Plants. A good gravel street leads to this beautiful Bull Eastland contains ten acres, and has been laid off with lots, street! alleys. The lots are for sale and arc. being offered at very low fi Many lots have been sold, and buildings aro going up in this beail suburb already. Cloverport is on the boom, and with, so many brick plant! machine shops, the natural gas, and other different enterprises lithed here already, besides the prospect for an immense distillery a large manufactory, working 400 to 500 employes, to be startj making numerous articles out of the fino clay abounding here. Oil port'd population will necessarily increae very rapidly, andCherJ estate will be much more valuable in the near future. The II Eastland are beiug bought by good people, and if you want a with pleasant surroundings, now is your opportunity, before the' crty is all sold, and before "values increase, which is sure to be tin Secure a lot and thpn gl Lots can be bccurcd on easy payments. a Building and Loan Association, and build you a home. For information call on R. B. PIERCE, OR. G. W. STEPHENSPORT. Mr. Conrad Deppe was in town Sunday. Mrs. Lee Isaacs went to Louisvillo Tuesdays Mrs. Tom Claycomb was in Louisville last week. Mrs. Wm. Petitt has been quite ill for sorne time. Rev. 8. P. Stiles filled his appointment in the M. E. church Sunday. Master Roy Brashear, of Louisville, is in town, the guest of relatives. Mr. Sutherland and family, of Rock Haven, moved here last week. Messrs. E. II. Mills and W. II. Stiles went to Cloverport Saturday. Roberts, Blain & Co. havo brought on now spring goods. Call and see them. Rev. Cowper, of Louisvillo Seminary, will preach in tho Baptist church Sunday. Mrs. L. R. Adkinson, nee Hawkins, of AVebster, spent several days at her homo this week. Rev. J. V. Gregory, of tho Christian church, held a series of meetings hero last week. Miss Etta Allen, of Preston, is attending spring school here, boarding with Mrs. Jas. Biggs. Row L. P. Hanks, of Catlettsburg, Ky., hold services in tho Methodist church Monday ovening. Miss Maggie Fullinwider, of Leavenworth, Ind., was the guest of Mrs. Chits. Wadllngton Sunday. Mrs. Jennio Williams, nee Claycomb, of Cloverport, was in town last week, tho guest of her mother. Mrs. Ruth Ackerman and son Jack, of Romo, Ind., left on tho evening train Tuesday for Kansas City. Messrs. Kirby Blain and Leo Dowoll havo opened a livery stable hero, and are ready for first-clabusiness. Tho Harry Welssinger Tobacco Company of Louisville have rented tho Crawford factory, to tobacco on a largo scalo. Mr. C. L. Cornwall, of Louisvillo, was In lowri Sunday looking after tho gas and stone business, and speaks quito favorable of both, and talks of running a switch through town to the rock quarry. ss lo SHOft JUST OPEN AT BOWMER AND HAIBLETI A full line of Dress Goods, Ladies Gents' S&- - S Notion! Novelties of all k Clothing and A full line Groceries and Pro! At lower prices can be bouj elsewhere. Kemember the Bowmer f rkml 4- - THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWl SXTIFOLiIEiaIElILT'n:. SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1892. DgEg v aft H mmi&3Bmmimmm 1 aH 1 ll E IHL FOR THE RUNNING BROOK, SO MY HEART PANT FOR YOU. but Many a Why should we speak of pants? Because we keep 'em, and all other wearables in the Gentlemens' Clothing line. GIRL PANTS && A: :!. sK i ' '. FOR LOVE, BUT THE p X. ' JJJLL 5s3 YlH villa HJ y5ggSBjn?MBi3k.' LOYE OF PANTS We sell low all kinds of That are stylish and well fitting is inherent in man. Clothing. A call please. f CLOVERPORT, KY. 1 Breokenridgb News Supplement. .& Fitr.K turnpike Hoails for IJreckenridgo county is what wo want and must have if we would keep up with other proSATUMUY, APItlli 0, 189 gressive couitties in tho state. AVo can Advocate tlio free turnpike system. get them at a small cost if we make up our minds to do so. Our columns aro Talk to your neighbor about it. open for a full and free discussion of this To be successful in building up any important matter. Let us hear from tho kind of business, ronthioua advertising farmers. should bo employed. The World's Fair Uiil passed tho Houso without any reduction, and Kentucky's Tiikiii: is no excuse for a man being will be $100,000. The idle in this town. There is plenty of appropriation ancients, however, got in their work by work for everybody. tacking on an amendment that forbids the opening of Kentucky's display on The latest fad, in tho way of an enterSum'ay, and tho sale of liquor on its Why not tainment, is tliu cake walk. grounds. This was probably supported have one in Cloverport ? by men of tho Iclnerney type, that the resident and visiting Kcntuckians might Ci.ovuM'okt makes the best vitrified have at least ono day off from tho big brie); fn tho country. A fact that is not show to spend in Chicago saloons, g controverted by anybody. hells and guilded palaces of Bin. va-- w , Breckenridge News. W By MUSHY 9 P Are You In It Buying Your A- THR - PAINT, OIL, "t, " 33Qttt3B3ByH?35vMS Cg'l izi Hl'rC5- Cfr SEE OUR gam-bjin- s llrnn in Cloverport tho people talk The slanderous publications of U. C. brick and business. Out at Hardinsburg Moore, his arrest and prosecution, to they talk politics aud religion. gether with tho sympathy and financial support given him by his fanatical If ltreckenridge hadas many miles of friends, is giving his pet cause n black iret' turnpikes as she lias of railroad she eye in the opinions of all reasonable and would in a few years be ono of tho most people. Tho Paris counties in tho state. prospi-rouin speaking of his case, very truly says: "The arrest and prosecution Ti k.u tho strangers that come to this of Mooro is not on account of his prohitown with courtesy and especially the bition views. Most of the men who aro traveling men. Kven if you don't buy against him hero aro temperance men. from them treat them kindly when they It is a fight against the publication of call. slanderous articles on christian people, and when the temperance fanatics at In the Municipal election at Ilartfoid, tempt to set their cause up against Chris Conn , William Waldo Hyde, Democrat, tianity, morality and common decency, was elected Mayor, by 77!) majority, over they will lose the respect and confidence Henry C. Dwight, Hepublicau, who was of all good people." a candidate for s BRUSHES, ' DRUGS, !' v STOCK OF BOOM. If you are you neerj Ken-tuckia- n, And WATCHES, CLOCKS And i The Xi:wh is for Gen. G. I.. Adair, o Hawesvi le, for World's Fair Commissioner. Tli is section of the Stato is entitled to a representative, and no better man can be named for the placo than Gen. Adair. Tit Legislature will probably adjourn about May loth for a summer recess until about September 1st. It will then reconvene, and, as it is possible, it is not at all inipiobablc that it will remain in session until May comes again. .. The Cloverport Vitrified llrich Company has made contracts for so largo a number of its brick that they did not put in a bid for the Louisvillo contract, fearing that they would ho unable to fill tho order. Louisvillo Times. The Louisvillo ball club is doing somo splendid practice playing cleaning up every thing that comes along but that spells nothing: '"Twas ever thus," and just as soon as the championship season opens she will, ns usual, begin to drop behind. The Now Constitution is reducing taxes very rapidly dah, dum ! The Stato Hoard of Equalization have just completed their labors, and tho rates for almost overy county have been increased from o to L'O per cent. dah, da! Thr-r-r-aThr-r-r-a- ItnoiiE Island, the very hub of tho wheel of petted and protected manufactories, gave nn i Jimensc Republican majority of something over 200, and tho Republican press is heralding the result to the fourwinds as a great and glorious victory. Knowing Republicans hardly feel good over it, though; while they feel relieved, that the strugglo is over for the time being in this state, they recognize tho fact that the breathing spell will bo short, and that tho same battle will have to bo fought over again within a few months, with lorger game in sight, when their forces will necessarily have to be more scattered. When they think of the immense amount of wealth, oratory, persuading and bull dozing it took to bring them through this time, and that, too, only by tho Bkin of tho teeth, they know they have no cincli on tho stato for November. Democrats feel much encouraged by tho result. It leads us to know that Little IUiody, instead of being a safe stato as sho has always been pos heretofore, is not only sibility but a probability in tho future. JEWELRY From ' P And we have it. PARE AND HAYNES, A Nails, Hinges, Locks, E R All the latest in colorings and Come and see, and patterns. we will vou. wM whit hffi w V1 Mi mm k W i' iW IT Mantles and GrateaJ de-si- ns f . -- fcr convince r', Price h Cnty largest A full line of Farn f't ift UP The ing Tools and Impl ments, Hoes, Rake Plows, Hames iin stock Eeapers, A vicxo married woman in this town requires her husband and ho does it like a little man, to read a chanter in tho lliblo and say his prayers cvnry night before retiring. And yet some people say thero is very little religion in this town. Goodman AND F HAND MADE, Klein Have just received a big lino of Machinery has conferred many brick boon upon humanity, but it is Pat Bannon, tho man of Louisvillo, swears that ho intends responsible for a good deal of to enjoin tho city from laying tho John I'orter brick on street, "cheap and nasty" clothing. The well-know- It surely pays to start stock yards in Louisville. Tho Uourbon Stock-Yard- s Company, that greatest of Kentucky's nonopolies, have bought off tho Union Stock-Yard- s Company by giving them $280,000 in Bourbon stock, which will soon bo at par. n Ladies' and Misses jj. Balaft fTM ) SHOES. Prices lower than .the lowest. ever shown in the Uorn JJrills an Rakes. Fence Wir city. a specialty. The largest stoc of Stoves and Ti ware in tnree com CLOVERPORT, KY. A complei ties. E. C, BABBAGE, Manager, stock of Hardware 'vK2?25vK8uii&383?2MvS)d Name the article yo 0Si;ii3?tli fj&rS3F" want and we can f ui i handsomest and Chains, Binder Mower Twenty-secon- d pay his proportional part of tho cdat. Ho bachelor who docs not want to' says that the Porter brick now being keep sewing on buttons continually laid on this street will absorb at least four or five per cent, of their weight in prefers hand made clothing. water, and do not como up to tho sample Smart & Co.'s garments are hund thoy furnished, on which tho estimates made. Tho standard established made throughout, and always rewere by the city says the absorption must not tain their shape and wear well. exceed two por cont. where ho owns property, and will havo to SB f ISBSfiiifilBWIII? III See nish it. stock and prices. 01 iJwJfiilJWllIJJWift SOMETHING NEW IN Vp it I Payne & Go! Tho Leaflin Window Shades Hardware MercM BABBAGES'. AT Cloverport, KyS 4 fM