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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 brc1892111601_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. fl'Kjw ', ill 'm J"V" V wtfiin' " THEX Breckenridge -- BRRGKRN'RIDGR NRWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. PABD1HSBUBB L, H. News. ii " - 111) 5g Anii there's Geo. Jolly, llilH to go. Mit. H. poor fellow, DEPARTMENT. WE GET IT ALL! We Carry States by Whole Rows Instead of Scattering. MOOLEYVILLE. Miss Mndu StllT was in town last weik. L.Stewart, of Concordia, was in town last week on business. Mr. nnd Mrs. G. Egart hnvo just returned from a trip to Loulsvillo. Mr. Solblrg tho well known nnd popu-- " lnr ttmbcMiinn Is in this section. Miss Lizzie Warren and Jennie SUUI-mn- n wero in town last week shopping. J. T. Stiir is keeping hotel in the old Mnttlngly station, and doing a good bus!- I1CFB. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1892. ,SO D.A VIHR1L.O. nAllIIAGH.Itdltorsand Proprietors. m n Akmstiio.no, the wholesale grocer of Louisville, Is dead. well-know- 0. i, W. TIME TABLE. WKST. OOINI) Passenger Dally arr. Uardiniburg..l3:i2 p.m. OOIMO all and Kxpreii going East " West " East nprm ' . Weit " Kait uoeai fralght West ' VI l,.,Ht. I.. A:T. Local Tlnio Cnril. 4 Oi'n Republican friends are looking better than they did this day ono week ago. KAST. Pastongcr Dally nrr. lUrlltuliurg.. 7)50 a.in 10.01 a.m. ,10.44 a.m. 5.57 p.m. p.m. 11.19 a.m. -- 10.04 a.m. The Owcnsboro and Falls of Bough railroad is to be extended to Middles-boroug- h. York and Now Jorsoy, Now Gait. Ahl, our p. in., takes it very B. & B philosophically. "It's hard," says he, "but Connocticut, Indiana, Illinois Mr. Haygood Irvington was In tho city I'll just grin ami bear it." Monday. and Wisconsin, is tho Way J. D. Beeler went to Louisville last says Saturday. The St. Louis .Wo Count Thorn. "It was n blessing in disguise, but the u on ordtr for new mbecriber you Go to J. E. Gerald for your fresh beef a iced lo get the name on the Hit disguise is somewhat opaque." pirate allow and pork. terite n complaint, aid paper itarted before yon Hardin & Brown hro still in it in tho me ir are very ntucA eroiciiett mow. Tho Sonato is Ours by a Safe MaThe New York Herald says, "It was grocery line. simply the verdict of brains brought to to male your rencteate in time'. Do not forgtt jority, and Wo Will Mako tho Hon. D. H. Severs nnd family left yesbear on two theories of political econWa1c your direction tag and tee uhen your tub' terday for Frankfort. The next e'ue mouthe teill he fill omy." eriplion expiree. Laws. J ml go Adklsson hns moved his family of inter t, and you thould not ii a tingle copy ' ofjriiE nRECKExniDan news. Send Gen. Thos. II. Taylor, Chief of tho to the stono comer. your orderi nt leait a week in adcanee to make Louisville Polico Force, is an applicant A very bentlful place Is to call in at lure. for tho ofllco of United StatesMarshal for Lo wis' jewelry store. ECONOMY AND REFORM IS THE will inttance CUAtiF.aDFA.ODN ESS. When ordering cAaHjed alicayt give f Ae oM a Hwi of your Aticaye giti pott- , nwKalA Niea(MrM. ojjiee, county and ttate. If your paper w iio( re- Wreii regularly, notify u. Court of claims next Monday. Tho Hardinsburg Jeweler T. O. Lewis. Mr. Win. Bell wnsin the city last Tuesday. We want your produce at cash prices. ' ;r Another voter, nnd of course a Democrat, has arrived at the homo of Dr. n. Globe-Democr- ( w r It may not take a week in every get then! on at toon at pottible. I tho stato of Kentucky. K t J ,:i.: 4 SIX PAGES. "Where am I at ?" jV X t "Stone TO" G rover cs Blaine "I nln!t saying a word am turn tho rascals out and do it , '-. ', " Republicans aro still looking to seo what hit them. around The The Hon. Gus. Richardson, of Mcadc, wanta to bo U. S. Marshal of Kentucky. Louisville Times tips Senntor Carlislo for Cleveland's Secretary of State. The At Washington, Democrats aro already at work trying to tlguro out President Cleveland's cabinet. Keuhkn Miller, tho would bo Repub-- ' licau leader of this city, lias not been socn slnco Tuesday night.. K ?i In tho languago of tho Watterson dub givo Dick Skillraan tho skyrockets One, two, three, four Boom-Da-Ra. While tho rojoicing over tho lato election has partially subsided, tho scramble for tho ofllccs has just begun. Clevoland Democrats who dropped so much money in tho race in '1888, caught oven last week by long odds Those Those Third Party Democrats down at McDaniels can como back now. There is still room for them in tho old Democratic camp. IfoN. Laban T. Mooro, a prominent of tho and lawyer Constitutional Convention fron Eastern, Ky., is dead. er " Full returns from tho stato indicate - tliat alio lias gono about 155,000 Demo-.cra'tl- c. '.This W something like our old time majorities. , Tip your hat to Doputy Sheriff elect, Wm. I. Ramsey. Ho did moro hard work than any candidate in tho. field. And it paid him. The Third party was not in it in Tennessee Tho Democrats elected their Governor and have an overwhelming majority in tho Legislature. Mit. Cleveland stands eighth in the lino of two-terpresidents, and first in presidents whoso the lino of two-terservice was not continuous. You can lay as much of it as you please to good hard Work and splendid management, but tho truth of tho matter is tho pcoplo havo at last gotten their eyes open and opinions havo changed. Clovkrtort is "below tho Harlem" in Dreckenridgo county. Evory Democratic candidate camo to Cloerport but our majorities, ranging from 45 to 285 pulled them all through. Wheiikver tho secret ballot lias been introduced, It lias been followed by Democratic gains. Before tho election the Itcpublicans claimed that it would work to their Interest, but tho returns ' show otherwise. d, If tho Democratic party will carry out its pledges to tho pcoplo it may hold the reins of power for sometime. Sho has mado many propositions of reform and tho people wilt expect thorn to bo carried out strictly. lot us lift the burden of taxation from the masses and bo loyal and true to every section. This official vote of tho county shows Mint JJcmocrats havo a clear majority. There was no interference with the .Voter nt tho InttS election, Without molestation or hindernncc, every man walked up to tho polls nhd cost his ballot' as lo wished. The returns show that U godd majority were Democrats. Tliiu will bo so in tho future if wo put good men in olllco. was inaugThe Democratic urated when Mr. Clovelaud and tho lnnd-slido representatives ofTuminnny Hall camo ' to an understanding with each other, and- Gov. Flower predicted that Now York would giyo 60,000 majority for tho Democratic ticket. The country was reassured. Confidence InTammany's ability to carry New York, gave fresh Jlfe to Democrats all over the country and they went (o work. All honor to Tammany, to David Hennett Hill and tho, New York Sun. - There aro 3,270,000 Baptists in these Hides, feathers, butter, eggs, chickens, United States. So says tho statistics of the General Association of Kentucky, Ac, wanted at Beard & Heeler's. now In session at Covington, Ky. UA Tho finest lino of custom mndo boots shoe's, at Beard & Heeler's.- and Gov. Brown covered himself nil over Mr. Stuard De.Iemett took tho prisThe result of tho election is actually with honors in his speech beforo the oners to Eddy vit!u last Monday. better than we indicated in last week's Wattcison Club at Louisville last' Friday J. E. Gorald wants it understood that paper. Tho great Stato of Wisconsin has night. His tributo to Mr. Watterson ho is in tho beet business to stay. been added to tho Democratic column, was grand and truly deserving of tho Paul E. Frost has been licensed to sell while tho heretofore solidly Republican great editor. Kontuckians ovciy where liquors by tho quart in Irvington. State of Ohio is so closo that Republicans aro proud of Mr. Watterson. Mrs. Willio McGill, of Grayson county, aro fairly trembling. Tho majority for twenty-twof tho Republican electors Is it possible that our streets will re- was hero visiting relatives this week. will bo less than 1,000, and one of the main unfinished until tho river rises A new beef shop has just been opened and gets up into the gravel pit and pre- near Jube Hooks' mill by J. A. Gera'd. Democratic electors will bo elected. So Mcgreat tho votors of tho vents us from getting any more gravel ? Tho election Is over, nnd wo aro ready "Get a move on you," boys. Tho river to sell you goods cheaper than over. Kinley State havo repudiated McKinley nnd his bill. The election of ono Demois rising now, and tho Cloverport pcoplo Beard A Beeler. cratic elector nnd tho reduction of the don't want to havo our streets In a worse J. S. DeJernett lias been appointed Republican majorities on the others to condition than country roads all this administrator, do bonis non, of T. N. theso meagre flaures can truly be considerwinter. Wnrflcld, deceased. ed as a Democratic victory. The State Filled up with brand now goods of tho of California, which has been in doubt, you fellows, who used to bo DemSay, ocrats, but went oir with tho People's latest and most attractive designs. Call willprobably givo tho Republican electors small plurality. party and got "worked" this time by tho and seo mo. T. O. Ixwis. Tho voto In tho electoral college now Tho grandest assortment of musical in Republicans, your old enemies, don't stands as follows : you think you would havo felt moro nt struments ever brought to this part of Cleveland 272 homo if you had stayed with your old the country. T. C. Lewis. Harrison 165 Democratic friends? Como back now, Judge Mercer nnd Deputy Sherl If Chns Weaver 17 boys, nnd help us rejoice. The victory Miller went to Louisville last Friday, to Besides electing tho President and the is ours. tako in tho Democratic rally. Lower House of Congress by a largo maTho Democratic rally last night was a jority, wo havo secured enough legislaThe American Tin Plato factory at big success. Speeches wero mado by J, tures to ln.su ro us n majority in tho Elwood, Ind., closed down on tho morn- A. Murray, D. 11. Muiray, Hou.'D. II, United Stales Senate, and thus for the ing after tho olection. It now develops Severs and others. first time In more than thirty years tho that it was only run during tho campaign And our assortment of watches can't Democrats will hnvo full control of tho for electioneering purposes, like a cambo beat; clocks, silverware, spectacles, government. Tho compleution of the paign paper, and was kept going by con- chains, ladies' and gent's latest designs. next Senate will stand as follows: tributions from the Republican campaign Jewelry of all denominations, fancy nov Democrats 44 fund. Now what do soino of you and tho 25th of Decern cities for Republicans 40 Republican orators' think who ,bor the desired merry making day of Populists I pointed with priilo to tho "groat tin tile season. I keep everything in my lino It will bo seen from theso figures that L pinto Industry of America which tho of business. should tho Populists vote solidly with McKinley Bill had placed upon its feet." Many laughablo incidents occurred Republicans, which they are not likly here at tho election, especially among the to do, tho voto would bo a tle, and with It's nil over, and the country's Bafe. darkies. Some of them put their ballots AdlaiaE. Stovenson in tho chair, tho Wev'o bad our howl. Wev'c blown in without stamping them nt all, although Domocrats havo nothing to fear. But our horn and guyed our Republican they wero given instructions from tho the inference is that there will never bo friends to our heart's content nnd we clerk.- Others used tho pencil instead of a tio voto in tho U. S. Sonato during this ount to bo happy. Now let us get tho rubber stcucih Ono old darky went session, for as there is a great deal of down to business. Lets join hands with Into tho booth nnd stuck n two cent post-ag- o sympathy existing between tho Populists our good Republican brothers and mako stamp on his ballot, supposing that and tho Democrats, nnd as theso Popua pull 'or better streets, better country this was the kind of stamping required, lists members owe their scnta as much to roads and tho dovclopcmcnt of our nattho aid of Democrats as to tho votes of ural resources. There's n deal of work State of Ohio, City of Ioledo, 'BS. members of their own party, it is reaCounty. Lucas j to do along this line, both in town and sonable to supjKJSo that thoy will voto Frank J. CIieney makes oath that ho with the Democrats country, and wo should nil be up and at on all issues of reit. Hero'8 good cheer and prosperity to Is tho senior partner of tho II nn of F. J. form. Tho authority is positively nil in Cheney A Co., doing business in tho city Democrats and Republicans everywhere. our bunds, and it will bo used for reform of Toledo, County nnd Stato nforcsald, and tho good of tho people will pay tho sum of and that said firm The Third party suffered nn ignominONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for cacli ious defeat, not only in Breckenridge, UNION STAR. case of Catarrh that cannot but in every county composing tho and everj' be cured by tho use of Hall's Catarrh Fourtli Congressional District. Time FRANK J. CHENEY; (Jure. and time again tho News warned those Miss Ada Hanks spent Sunlayather Sworn to beforo mo nnd subscribed in Democrats who sought refuge with that my presenco, this 0th day of December, homo in Stephcnsport. party to remain with us, but thoy treatMr. C. M. McGlothlnn spent sovernl A. D., 1880. ed our admonitions lightly nnd went -- A. W. Gleason, days in Ixmisvillo last week. their way. Now it is'.not too lato to reNotttry Public. Miss Bettio Payno, of Lodlhurg, spent pent. Our iloonfnre still" wide open. Sold by Druggists 75 cte. Tuesday with Miss Pink Rlckctts. Tho old cock crows louder and still loudMr. Jamison, of Loulsvillo, was tho er. Thcro is abundanco of rejoicing, guest of Mrs. Sarah Brunor Thursday. fellowship nnd good feeling nmortg DemSTEPHENSPORT. ocrats everywhere, mid none aro inclined Mr. J. F. Jenkins was a guest of Mr. to taunt tho wayward or tho fallen. D. S. Richardson Saturday and Sunday. Democratic rally hero Thursday night. Como back boys, como back. Mr. James Biggs was in Louisville last Mrs. O. W. Cunningham and daughters aro visiting relatives nnd friends at this week. It is easily accounted for why tho Mrs. Lizzie Paulman is In Cloverport place. secret ballot increased tho Democratic this week, The population of Union Star is inmajority in tho old Democratic state of Mrsa Ireno Board was In Cloverport creasing, two families (Chaflln) camo in Kentucky, in stead of giving nn increaslast week. ed Ropubljcan vote, as tho Republicans last week. confidently expected. The fact is tho Littlo Gertie Mosoley Ih very low with Miss Mary Richardson spent last week secret ballot gave many n man who hnd typhoid fever. in Louisville, tho guest of her brother, always voted tho Republican ticket, but Y. Huston Stlli h, operator nt theshops Mr. E. A. Richardson. whoso convictions had honestly changed Cloverport, was in town Sunday. A paity of hunters camo down from a chance to vote the Democratic ticket Messrs". Conrad Deppo and Clarence New Albany last week and wero tho without being laughed at, intimidated Hayncs wero in town Sunday. guests pf Mr. R. T. Cnshman. or spurned by tho Republican bosses, Misses Emma Moseley uud Ada Hanks and It gnvo many a negco, who had long Mr. Jos. Fenlx nnd family hnvo moved been writhing under tho galling yoko wero homo from their school Saturday. to StephciiHpoit. Mr. Fenlx Is ono of tho O. Walter Moseloy, of the Kentucky many Republicans who "died hard." of Republican bossism, .nn opportunity to break nwoy from his tyranlcal rulers, Building and Loan Association, Ixiuis-vlllMr. J. J. Severs is to bo congratulated Is In town. andvoto his sentiments without being on his success in decorating nnd illumi"cussed" or nbused by them. Long livo Mrs. Lou Blunk and daughter, Pearl, nating his placo of business this week. tho secret ballot. of Norwood, Mo , aro vlsltlm: her mothClaudo Brashcar left Sunday for Louiser, Mrs. Knthcriua Perrigonnd sisters. ville. Ho has a position as salesman in Mr. W. 1). Huston and Miss Annlo a wholesale department of A iter all, tho Third party pcoplo can J. Bacon A , HcrOn, of Nelson nnd Hardin counties, Sons. not bo blamed much, they were over-visiting their daughter nnd cousin, anxious for a change of things, nnd are Mr. and Mrs. Percy Benrd, of Hnrdlns-burg- , thought that they could shorten matters Mrs. S. P. Stiles. wero tlin guests of their parents, Mrs. Harvey Adams, Mrs. Jnincs Boyd Mr. nnd Mrs. D, S. Rlchnrdsan Sunday byiyilllng lponO from tho old parlies and hewing out a road of their own. Tills and son, Ernest, of Cloverport, wero tho and Monday. has proved u difficult task, nnd now that guests of Mrs. Paulman Saturday and Mr. Will L. Milncr, .ono of our very . the Democrats havo succeeded in rout- Sunday. enthusiastic young .Democrats, camo ing tho party of oppression and unjust L. T. Roberts 1b having two cottages down from Louisville Tuesday to put in laws, tho greater part of tho reformers put up on tho old Moorman lot on tho ono for our future President, corner of .Id pnd Main streets. Messrs. will fall into tho Democratic line, Messrs. R. C. Richardson and J. J, Kylor & Whltmnrsh, of Rome, Ind., Suvors went to Louisville last week to hnvo the contract. watch the election returns, and returned The only places that the Third party wearing smiles and roosters. got any thing, wero whero tho Democrats aided thorn, and they should not City Marshall Will Sterrelt, of Hawes-villdeceive themselves by thinking that this was In tho city yesterday looking is a" demonstration of their strength, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. for Ebn Chiles, a boy about eleven years Tho Domocrats in tho great North-wes- t, old who hnd run away from his homo in who voted for tho Weaver electors wero Cannelton. not voting for "Weaver, but against Har- When Baby was lck, gato her Caatorla. rison and Republican theories. They When ilio was a Child, alio cried for Caatorta, Courtland Crosson, ol Union Star, is ate Democrat yet and wilt vote the Wba abe traeame JSUt, tlie eluag to Caatorla, Wha At hA4 CbllJroi, ih gre Utun Caatorta. ticket whenever an ' opportunity pretno guet of Ids brother, O. S. Crosson, sents lUelf, this week. There was "a large crowd In from the country to attend tho rally. VOICE OF THE PEOPLE. AND WE'LL YE IT o one-hor- se to-da- y - "tj' ,..' e, Miss Suslo Ehler, of Wolf Creek, is tho guest of her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren. Messrs. E. Toblu and D. Cuunlnghnm havo just returned from n business trip to Louisville. It isn't always just tho proper thing to stop to read advertisements when you nre with n young lady. Hoy. S. P. Stiles delivered an excellent sermon nt tho school-hous- o last Sunday. Ho will bo with us another year. Messrs. James Biggs, of Stephcnsport and Scott Cnrtt, of Union Star, wero circulating among friends hero last week. Mrs. Lena Vessels and little babe, has returned to her home inOwensboro after a protracted visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mitchell. Mr. Robert Redmnn has just returned from n business trip to Ekron nnd Rock- port. He talks of moving his family to the latter placo. Several cases of scarlet fever and typhoid fever and whooplngcough nre in town. Mrs. J. T. Still's babe being dangerously ill with tliu latter. Thcro Is a certain young lady not a thousand miles from Mooleyville, who says if a widower hasn't brass enough to ask her company, ho needn't send any ono else. Brass up, young widowor,brass up. Miss Bell Stiff lias declined teaching, and has accepted a position as clerk with her brothor-in-law- , Mr. Joo Burch, of Bowling Green, Ky. Miss Bollo was raised here and her many friends wish her success. Miss Etta Parr has returned nfter a visit with relatives and friends nt Cloverport and Tobinsport, Ind., and was delighted with her trip, and especially her visit to the News ollice. Mrs. Laura Canary has been removed from her sister's, Mrs. Beavcn, nee Hicks, of this place, to her homo on Yellow Bank creek. Mrs. Canary is thought to bo in the last stages of consumption. Mr. R. H, Hardin, tho well known hoop-polmnu and Miss Eliza Fallen-wide- r wero quietly married nt Owensboro last week. Row Kelly olllciatlng, thoy left immediately for Tennessee, their future home. Tho matrimonial market seems to bo picking up its usual winter activity. Wo havo been asked not to divulge names at present and only give this as n warning to hnvo your old slippers ready to (ling. The woods are full of 'em, nnd so aro the towns nnd villages young widowers who want to get mnrricd. Woik will soon be in progress to erect a new church In Littlo DixloJJottoin, nnd it will not bo many months till tho chimes of the church bell nil! bo rover berating the glad tidings that preaching will will often bo heard in our midst. Sister Salllo Frymiro has worked earnestly and faithfully for tho church, and may shu bo crowned with love and success. Last Tuesday tho States from coast to coast spoak their choice for Chief Ruler, bo it whom it may, tho country Is snfo. let us hopo that tho result will redound to tho'ndvantagu nnd advancement of all the people; let us bury our political hostilities .and becoino a brotherly, generous, neighbor-lovin- g people, let us nil of whatever political faith, shako hands nnd each say, ho is your president as well as mine, and if you can livo under his rule so can I. The American government is not put to shame, wo still havo the grandest government on tho fnco of the globo. Tho school at the Cunningham school-hous- o is progressing nicely. Without question nnd without disparagement to predecessors, Mr. Chas. Cunningham is the most progressive teacher that has ever taught in this county. He will not seo his school lag behind in a matter of such great importance. Tho students nro LODIBURG. advancing rapidly, and his work is giving tho higliest satisfaction. Parents stop and think, don't keep your children nt homo Mr. Allen Robertson is on tho sick list ono day out of three. Do your own washthis week. mid going to mill, and don't ing, ironing Miss Carrie Cart has been very sick rol thorn of what is justly due them. A with scarletena. good school is tho lifo of any community. Mr. Owen Keys was the guest of Miss TOBINSPORT. Ada Payno Sunday. What Feoplo Talk About Sinco the Mrs. F. W. Bashain, of Sample, visited ' Election. relatives hcru last week. Bill Winckle wants to know who run Mr. Andy Keys was tho guest of Miss against Cleveland, any how 7 Anna Bnshnm last Sunday. Franco Leaf thinks ho can get along Mrs. Jesso Keys, of Irvington, was tho without tho harness ho paid for at it till Harrison guest of Mrs. A. J. KeyS'Thursday. was elected. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. M. Basham visited Col. Sampler say ho will not Invest lior father near Raymond last week. any moro government checks In Harri son stock. Ho thinks tho bottom hns Mr. Campbell, of Merrimack, was tho dropped out. guest of Miss Bobble Hardin, last week. Franco and Levi Tate, say. thoy will not attend any moro election halls, as the The new road running from Raymond lasi one seems to Do rattier expensive. to this place will bo opened in a few Thoy only danced to three tunes, to tho days. nmouut of ono hundred mid seventy-liv- e Miss Kittlo Basham was tho guest of dollars. Somo people seem to think President Miss Bettio Piyno Monday nnd TuesHarrison and tho old soldier did havo n day. Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Bnssott, of Preston, kind of a reciprocity treaty between thorn, that is, I give you all pensions, you must wero tho guests. of Mr. Allen Robertson vote for mo at any rate. They all denied Sunday. it with tho exception of ono or two. Mrs. Bettio Atgabright nnd Miss Sarah Moran were tho guest of Mrs. Head Democrat! are nllimllo nnit full office, Itepubllcant are lliln( Dial ute to lie. Saturday. Till Groves thinks the o.irth shook. Mrs. Jauo Gibson and daughter, of R. Toblu says tho Democrats will be Samplo, attended tho protracted meeting alTraid to touch tho tarl1'. at Walnut Grove. Mies Emma Whcrlor spent a few days Tho Republicans all agree that tho now election law disfranchises tho voters in this vicinity and attended church at Como again Miss Thus you seo all havo their grievances Walnut Grovo. to bare. Emma. o iPOR: Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats arid Caps & CO., GO TO CLOVERPORT, KY. MART Who pay your, railroad fare for every purchase of $15.00 worth. OTTR, OVERCOATS ARE IMMENSE. Miss Carrie Shellman, of Shlloh, was of her uncle, Mr. A. J. Keys the guest last week. Mrs. Ida Brown, of Ekron, was tho guest of her mother, Mrs. Juno llnnlin, last week. Mrs. Abigail Basham nnd daughter was tho guest of her parent, Jerry Norton, last Saturday. Uncle Frank Basham, who lias been very sick for the past week, wo nre glad to say, Is convalescent. Misses Lcnn, Sarah E. Richardson. Ada Hanks and Pink Hicketts attended church at Walnut Grovo Sunday. Row A. N. Whittlnghlll hns been holding n protracted meeting nt Walnut Grovo assisted by Rev. Titsmer, of uwensuoro. Mr. A. J. Dye nnd wife, of Clifton Mills, passed through our town en route to her father's ut Stephensjiort last Saturday. Miss Samanthn Ralsor, Ncttio Cash man, Wildla Stifi, Messrs. Bloom Parr, Jesse Parr ami Milt McAfco wero tho guests of Miss Deo Basham last Sunday. i WOOD'S PHOPHODINE Tlio Great CngllaU Itemed)-- , 1'roinptly ami pcrma nently cum all furintof NcrvouaWcakneu, Kinlt-lon- i, Spermatorrhea, and all cllrcu at Abuse or KxccMei. lU.cn prescribed over jj yean In Aa3Ki7 m Defer Medicine asd iIrVer. onlv ltullible ami Ilnntit known. A Ik druirirllt for Vomia ViioarnoDiNEi If he oner tome worthlen medicine in place ofthli, leave hlidlthonettttore, In. dote price in letter, and we will lend by return mall, Trice, one packace, fit tU.t5. One will please, lx will cure. Pamphlet n plain sealed envelope, a stamps. Address asm noon uficmicni J 111 Woodward avenua Detroit. Mich.. Sold In Cloverport by C. C. Martin, and everywhere. ruKltlsts sialhsiiiiBw thouni)int caci; lithe . jffKSfiM.i K Ki3twmmrfS8i''i TWF . JMltt j&3& . " 4t '", vr tW' i , r r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. VOL. XVII Milling FEW) CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AND VENDETTA. HER TELLOW PASSENGER8 8TARED. Rut tlie lingo Hue CrunlliiK on Her Slmutilcr Wu 11 I'et Una, Kccurety Tied. NOVEMBER 16, 1892. Production of I'ortlnnit Cement. Mr. Oiron rood boforo tho Engineer's club at Philadelphia ft paper on tho trado of tho worh1 in Portland cement, in tho courso of which ho said that tho present annual production in Europo amounts to over 20,000,000 barrels and its commercial value to over 7,200,000. Tho first factory wns established nt Northfleot, on tho Thames. Tho process was so crudo that in 1B50 only four factories wero in operation. In England thero is now over 8,800,000 barrels mado each year. Tho process is much tho samo as it was twenty years ago. Tho raw materials aro chalk nnd clay, both puro, and al though inferior processes aro employed they mako n satisfactory coinont. A few years ago tho entiro product of tho kilns was put on tho market, but tho fineness of tho Continental cements led English mnkors to improve their processes, although even now English content is not us 11 rulo as firm as Gcnovn Now York Evenor French Portland ing Sun. N0.i7 Irvington r f ,J A fair haired gill of eighteen, with largo bluo oycu and a singularly attruct-Iv- o face, furnished a heap of entertainIRVINGTON, KY. Conflict. In Urnturky Which tiitnlvol ment for thu passengers who woro riding IVhnlo, Cmtntlrn Tlicy Aru lliiilill lly down town in a crowded car on tho Sixth avenuo elevated train Thursday Intr Out Itefure Clvllliuitliiii'. AiIwiikk. morning. Tho gill boarded tho train Merchant and Custom Millers, r Homo FumlUc. llecurils at tho Twenty-eight- h street station at Ilclics of antiquity aro uhviiyn highly D o'clock. Shu woro a gown of Bomo Grain Dealers and Manufacturers plaid httiff in neat pattorn. Tho waist prized, nnd It In doubtlet.8 for that canon that wo cherish an interest in the was cut low ut the neck and held up at of tho thu flhouldera by small silk straps. It fow family fend 4 that linger on in eivi was filled in about tho throat with puffs lizntion's track as reminders of thu of our distant forefathers. They of snowy tullu that fitted tight around nro unlijuo jiow and worthy of tho .ho neck. A ueut leather sntchcl slung over her left shoulder with a strap comnowftpnper readers ctpci..il attention, bccaiiRo of their rarity, though there pleted her sightly nttiie. Sho had sc irco- was a time when they weio ro common ly stepped into thu car whon 11 geutlo- that except where tho xtutfnu of tin inuii cungiii Mgiu 01 ncr preuy i.iu , aim, K aY e was high, ux in thu c.ic i( thu rofco instantly mid with a low bow a m 1 li n m .Miiriiilon-Doiigli- n h.s hint on otio of thu cross Trwff'rM row. or whore there IB "' IB '' 'Mr o wan Rome frill of romnuce attached, hk benches. Fivo minutes later evcrylxxly in tho car iptaricl. the in tho iMontaguu-Capule- t goisiping chroulcleri of the day made was watching tho gill with ulwurlx.il interest, it . .ibit't on account of her no inoro metitiou of them than a facueitner. A largo Brazilian bug, nowadajs does of 11 plain murder. That time was in tho good days of with 11 brilliant shell, that crawled old when knights were bold, and ab.iron slowly along tho surface of tho tullo damage OK pulling at her throat, had caught their differed from a bandit only In thu exSubsequent inquiry was mado by tho tent of his stealings from tho people. So eyes. Passengers near by quickly road officials, and tho modest young wothat thu bug was fastened to tho man was promised n lifo puss over tho far as they havo existed in tho United States they havo been most prevalent in waist of her gown by a tiny gold chain. Gieat Northern. Cor. Seattle Press-Titnc. Tho bug climbed soverul times over tho tho mountains of Kentucky. Tho lurid glory of tho Kentucky feud top of tho puffing upon tho girl's wlilto Ci)nldcrlt"a household ncn ulty." M A. has departed. Tho last echoes of the neck. The tickling caused by its feet J. WliitlnR, Newton, Kansas, accentuate hit old quarrels aro dying nway in tho apprised her of thu fact and each time opinion thus: I have used I)r, Hull's Couch Syof the survivors, and a new order eho tenderly lifted tho insect up and re rup In in) family for IhclaM eight rarsaml haunts placed it upon tho tulle. Sho saw tho of things' has come in eastern Kentucky, It it household nrccsslty. passengers staring at her in astonishbo long hcourged by these bloody and brutal vendettas. Thu craek of the ment, but paid no attention to their Is likely to oppear nny day now. rushlnn Make. Women Co.mopolltc. . bcmtiny. Winchester is still heard, and lihta conA young ludy who had traveled in Aro you iirotmred for it ? You When tho train reached Eighth street tinue more numerous than prair meet nn elderly woman got on and sat down Finland, and who hnd n dear friend aren't unless you havo secured ono iugs. Thcru may bo occasional outbreaks for j ears to como, but tho day of in a sent directly opposito tho handsomo thero, asked, out of curiosity, in n letter of our girl. Sho caught sight of tho Brazilian which sho wrote to her friend last Humtho full grown feud has vanished. bug 11 ininuto or two Inter. It startled mer, what tho Finnish girls wero wearTho unsympathetic law and the tin congenial touch of civilization, with its her so that sho started up from her scat. ing, nnd received an answer to this effect; "Thogirls in Finlund havo a very railroads, and its hind syndicates, and its Then sho htnred around nt tho other item is for n ininuto with a dazed look. pretty costumo thU year. It consists cf Then another important town builders havo dispelled the old our lino of Finally, unablo longer to control her a bluo sergu skirt ami bhizer.n silk shirt conditions that nurtured the feud. The Ample capital, tho bept quality old leaders aro dead, or in prison, or agitation, nho got up, crossed thu car and broad briinmod sailor hat. Many, nnd put her lips to the car of tho self many girls wear this costume. I see living in peace Craig Tollivei is dead thorn in it passing in front of tho house of grain and motlorn machinery, Doono Logan and thu Youngs nre pric possessed girl. All kinds. Bo prepared for Winter. "Cxctihc, mo, nis3," sho exclaimed in as I write." ticiug law. Andy .lohiiMiu is 11 capital Tho American girl smiled. What n LET US SHOW YOU : Bkillfully handled umiblo uh to pro-duc- o ist. Tho Yellow Creekers have betomu nn agitated whisper, "but you havo n commentary on tho universality of fashqueer 11; crawling on your dress." land speculators or gono west. Wils :WHAT WE HAVE. Mnny of tho passengers roared out- ions nt tho end of tho Nineteenth cenJennings and the Ilatfields are in the rcsultH unsurpassed. tury! Undoubtedly tho girls in tho stato Joo Cenole has been right nt tho announcement, nnd tho old penitentiary. lady blushed and sank back into hei of Washington, nnd tho colony of Britkilled. A saw log dispatched .lorry LitOrders promptly filled and careseat in contusion. Tho handsome girl ish Columbia nnd in Honolulu nnd tle. "General" Sowders is a quiet citi CLOVERPORT, KY. wero wearing tho samo blue zen, and his old enemy, Alvis Tinner, is Smiled sweetly nnd looked at tho old ful attention given to and sailor hats that thu girls in suits lady with quiet nonchalance. slain. "Don't get nervous, madam," sho wild. Helsingfors and St. Potorsbnrg woro, Ten j ears ago Governor Knott treated CUSTOM WORK. "I know tho bug is thero. It can't get nnd when thoy got out of n car probably tho feudKineu of Rowan county as belligerent nations, and invited tho leaders away;" and sho caught it up nnd let the they smoothed thorn down at tho small For any further information call down to Louisville to make a treaty of tiny gold chain and manacles dangle 1111 of tho back with the back of ono hand in peace tinder his benign auspices. To- instant to show that tho insect was a exnetly tho samo way. That movement, by tho way, is tho day the most powerful leader in any prisoner. on or address tho A well dressed mnn who had been most universal nnd characteristic gesmountain quarrel is held to answer before tho Chirk county circuit court for gazing nt tho girl for n long timo turned ture of tho present day; it is much more to a reporter who sat beside him nnd habitual oven than sitting on tho foot or his crimes, like any other ordinary law putting both hands ut tho back of tho bleaker. The contrast represents tin said: "That's 11 common enough fad in head to sco if tho hair is coming down. changed attitude of the people towari' India, whero yoUng women havo n fancy . Boston Transcript tho feud. for fastening pet Brnzilinn bugs to their There !mo been almost inuuuierabl dresses, but it is thu first timo I For lnmo hack l.is feuds in Kentucky, KY. ed longest, involvedbut thorn which nut tho odd fashion copied in thisover saw than to snturnto (here is nothing better city, at tho gleatest n flannel clotlp with leiiBt in public. It's n mere whim, nnd Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bind bcr of coplu and claimed most victiu it on it might lecoine a crazo. You can't tell tho affected parte. Incoming remarkable as anomalous on Try It nnd you will' about such things, jou know." 111 breaks of crime fur this period of civ I Tho pretty gill got off nt tho Battery bo surprised nt the prompt relief it lizattou, wero tight in number. The affords. Tho samo treatment will euro place station, and tripping lightly down were tho Tiu feud, in Kno county; the Strong and thu Little feuds stairs to tho street strolled through rheumatism. For salo by A. It. Fisher Battery park. Pedestrians stopped nnd Clove rport, Ky. in Ureathitt county; tho Martin-Tollive- i turned alxjot and stared nfter her, but "war, in Rowan county; tho Turner-SoTho 8Mirt nt I'nrtimli. der feud, 111 Bell county; tho Turner-Howar- d no one spoko to her and sho spoke to no Inventors aro proverbially tho sport of quarrel, in Hardin county: the 0110. Her bearing was ladylike, but sho Pew--Poinoften smiled slightly ut thu surpriso of fortune A poor fellow of thhuclusH Hatfield-McCofeud, on tho West Virter ginia Ixmler, in Piko county, and the thoso who passed her. Now York Sun. named Jobson was onco a boarder in u French-Hi- . ersolo war, in Perry county. house on Washington plnco, New York. Dr. Hale's Household Tea Ho had invented u lot of clever things There was no foolishness almut any of How to inaku your uioiioy go n long thefco affairs. They wero not thu himple Is n pleasant herb drink, which postively which wero of no uso to anybody, nnd ho primitive foniysof UitterCreek terrors cures dyspepsia, liver complaint nnd all was very hard up. Tho landlady waa n a)H to liuy your winter They veto tegular wars involving alto- kidnoy diseases. One done kindly soul nnd alio did not press him a day taken gether many hundreds of men, and with for n long timo, but nt last his debt was a death roll counting well up into the ut bedtime does tho business. 25 and 50 so largo and his bono of paying it so hundreds. They terrorized entire coun- cts jer pneknge. Get it to day at Sliort Binall that ho vanished from tho houso. cSc Two months later, in tho mlddloof win-to- r, ties, put a stop to all business but that A Haynes drugstore. tho man reappeared nnd bogged of killing, drove hcores of people per Thu Young lirunt. shelter for tho night. In his old room Men's ltoout for $1 25 wore sold nt$1.7r liiaueutly from their homes, held tin civil power ut bay and required fnqucui Tho following aro souio answers from ho committed suicide. At that very " " " 1.1)8 2 7ft calls upon tho military strength of the tho examination papers of a class of moment nn advertisement appeared in n " hox too boot fur 1."3 " 2.76 Mate in order that coutts might bo held schoolgirls between tho ages of tvvelvo paper calling on Jobson by nnmo to go A full lino of hIioji iniulc goods. west nnd claim his sharo of a relative's at all. They have cost thu state several nnd sixteen years: Tho ItattliT Man Shoo USc.sold forjl 60 hundred thousands of dollars, and have Lnwu is n s6ft stuff mndo from tho groat fortune Exchange Good stilwtnntlitl ltuirsii.H! for $1.24 put an almost ineffaceable blot upon its wool of tho lawn, an animal in South Headache is the dirt ct result of Indi America, It is nbo part of tho flesh of reputation. Hold lor 1.76 tho cow or sheep, tho rib part. Shoddy gcFtiou and stomach disor Icrx. ltotnedy When the lawless spirit in thu KenCunt's lino Dress Shoo for $1.48 is a drink undo from n mixturo of nlo thcBoby using Do Witt's Little Early S2 00 tucky mum. .tins hud its beginning and wild for and sugar. It is tho leather before it Risers, nnd your headache diwiD'ars. how would bo dilllcult to say. Thou Gent's Calf Shoo for $2 75 aol.l for $.1.75 goes through tho process of making into Tho favorite llttlo pills everywhere. sands of hquare miles of mountain ie giou; with no huttlemeuts larger than boots and shoes, and for this reason is Short & Haynes, Cloverport,nnd Bnrd & mere hamlets; with tho nearest luilro.td culled shoddy. It is tho ilesh near the foot Boeder, Hardinsburg, Ky. sometimes more tlunoi bundled mile of any animal. It is a kind of whisky. Wincey is tho wool off nn animal which nwjiy: with almost no commuiiicMtioii rtHIWrlJ Wu can not lie brut in styles and low VWM with the outhide world, and witli a pop lives in America; thu Inmcii is its naino. The Uao of Toothpicks. f mf ut jMl'ttrMM ulation shut in by rug;;ed mountains to Calico is n good heat conductor, becauso "Do toothpicks do burin or goo '.r is price. ith own devices, offered a fa vol able hoil it catches flro very easily. If n print a question often asked. Thoy may do for thu germination of petty quarrels, dress is dried outside it must bo careful harm if nbused, undoubtedly, by causwhich soon . ew into un'ly tends. Large not to lie left in tho sun. ing irritation of thu gum lictueen two Culcudcicd means turned from 0110 teeth and its subsequent absorption, family coiiiiiutious are the title in the mountains, ,'heiu the bojs and girls kind of hjieciei into another. .It is things nnd if mndo of wood splinters nro Wo nro now nink- I'rlccM knocked out. marry in their teens, and when n feuds which nro tho shape of n calender, like liable to be left behind, which have in injr our Full (Mivuiy man called his clan to luttlu they started our lmdieu. It means prcsorvod with mnny rccordid iiistumix caused oven Heavy weight Overcoats for $1 18 up, like the men of lthodcrick Dim, from sugar. It means taking tho but wo nro for nil' out of worth $;ir0 every bush and stump. Thero wero no water. It means increased dirt getting tho loss of it tin it h; but Used judiciously or thoy nro of gnat value in touting thu that romly to wait on OS Hcuvy weight (hen onto for $1. cares of business tu distract attention heavier. It is a medicine or drug. It attacking foices in mi Us namely, acall who may como to wortli $25 from thu quarrels. Most of thu people is Ixiillng anything by means of steam. cumulations of food mid unit us secrenro farmer, who need to work hut llttlo It means chewing thu food well to mako tions. It haslx3cu urgid against them suo uh. Heny weight (hercoitts for $.'1.18 on their hilly patches to raiso thu little it lit to enter the body. It means thu that they might dlslodgo 11 Hupping. fl.0() wortli As an inducement that they require, leaving them abun- sum of n wholo for n certain period of But if a stopping tx so insecure it lrtust Ktonii King's Overcoat for $.ri. W to iiuw begiunort) wo bo faulty, and tho sooner it isicpluccd ?x,00 dant leisure for tho serious business of timo. Loudon Journal of Education. wortli tho better, for decay, due to tho initios, will for ovary Divkh Overronto for $7.50 worth - $10 00 Feuds probably existed before tho war, Nothing so distressing na n hacking slbility of keeping tho suifnco clqan, " " 12.50 but wu havo heard llttlo of them if they $10.00 must bo going on underneath it. Lon" " 12.50 " 15.00 did. Tho familiarity witli scones of cough. Nothing so foolish iu to suffer don Lancet from It. NothingBo dangerous if allowed " " 20.00 bloodshed which many thousand moun15.00 " worth of Nursory taineers acquired while nerving against to continue. Ono Minuto Cough Cure Ladles you will miss it if you do not tho rolwllion for tho section was over- gives immedlnto relief. Shot t A Haynes stock you mny buy of ilt our CLOAK DKl'AKTMKNT nnd whelmingly Union in sentiment doubt- Cloverport, and Heard & Heeler, Hurdins-burg- , us mako vou a presless hud much to do with thu subsequent Ky. You will boo tho mnny different styles. ent of fuller development of tho feud Into bo euro to purchase at tho low price?, (something unique in its lino. They made A New Trick. good soldiers, but they didn't know when Old Fogy Proprietor Why did you at 08c to $18.00. to quit fighting. From biro to son tho treat that shabbily dressed woman bo passion for tumult nnd bloodshed has coolly? wortli of stock in any-thin- g been transmitted, nnd bouio of tho most Sharp Clerk You noticed 1 sold to of you may m lect. dangerous outlaws In tho mountains her, didn't you? v havo been boys under twenty, while "Yes." So Bend in your BRANDENBURG, KY. most of tho lenders in thu greatest of thu "And tho nrtlclo didn't really suit orders now. feuds havo been under thirty years of her?" "I noticed that." tu ri,i .rfiMtlM r ago. St. Louis W. R "Sho bought it becauso sho thought 1 WAYNE'S Within three years tho United States thought sho couldn't afford It." Now Of-S-r OINTMEKTi . havo bought from the Indiana about York Weekly. wHltMvl InUrmal j 00,000,000 uciiu of land, yet thero rertl UV i -- 0 MiMlflH. I ur.tria.luk.kU" Small In size, great in results: Do Witt's Tobln8port, Ind mains nliout live times thut urea. rv;lMi k u 1tt?t 7P&X klULtU&r.bitftfttthJLW bom. Llttlo 1 Jirly Kisors. Best pills for Consti.luvlw LLvtakla L4I frf Atmigim m ! Ilheumatlsm knocked higher than kite. Mr. pation, best for filck Headache, liest for f tl , M W M. 4Mrt4 Pi. r fwff af j, N. Ilucher, Mineral point, Ohio, depo:sand Sour Stomach. Thoy nuvcr griiK'. Sliort sajr.l 1 have used balvallnn Oil for Ilheuma. Roj liabbag'a beautiful lino of fall tl. in, and In one or two applications knocked I' iA Ilnyncs, Cloverport, nnd Beard A Beel-eHardinsburg, Ky. overshlrUi. higher thin a kite. COMPANY. HAVE CONFAMILY WARS THAT TINUED FOR GENERATIONS. 1 bar-baris- m Highest Grades gg cd iiuwh-liape- win-EOi- Sultnn, has n heroine in tho iierson of Miss Mny Feak. Sho ia n modest schoolgirl about sixteen yenrs of ugo and resides with her parents upon n ranch closo to town, Tho recent ruina had caused a drain to clog which carried nway tlio surfaco water from a liillsido cut pjujt which tho young miss walked on her way to nnd from school. On npproachhig tho plnco sho noticed that tho rain of tho provious night had washed out tho sandy soil from beneath tho rails for a distanco of ten foot, leaving them suspended over a pit Eoveral feet in depth. Sho know a conntruction train was due about that time nnd instend of proceeding Waited to signal It, A largo number 'of cars of material, and having 200 men nbourd. soon enmo in sight. Tho onginecr looked ahead, saw tho signal and atoppod tho train rencliing the danger point. Ho leaped fiom tho cab, thanked thu yonng lady nnd inquired Iter name. Sho acknowledged tho thanks, hut turned immediately nnd wont her way. leaving tho men to wonder mid to repair the bo-fo- re Fern Bluff, a prospective city on tho Great Northern n few miles west of She 8tui(tri1 tho Train. m - m il OFFICIAL : RETURNS. - a A COLD SNAP Holler Process frrfy When they are in they aro in tho result of our guesses on the Indian vote will bo announced jn this papor. If YOU don't get a Suit or an Overcoat FREE for guessing come or send to Louisville's Greatest CLOTHING HOUSE and got one for tho least money you ever spent in your lifo for the same value, and a pair of elegant patent stilts free with every Boy's Suit or Overcoat. V31 r ji a t r Roller Process con-shi- .Com Ibvdleal 321 WEST MARKET 31 LEVY'S STREET-TEMPORARY QUARTERS. Bran, Shipstuff and ; 122 OVERCOATS. Ladies' Cloaks rs f- w- ' s ." " X Mel-bouin- o Save Yow Money ! IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. Grover. Cleveland told Adlai Stevenson that it is a positive fact that he overheard Benjamin Harrison tell Whitelaw Keid that CASH STORE Bewleyville.Ky. Credit Prices IRVINGTON, u Hfv mm No James B. Weaver had stated in the presence of Jas. G: Field that John Bidwell and J. B. Cranfill heard Thos. L. Carter, Chairman of the National Republican Committee and W. H. Harritty, Chairman of the National Democratic Committee say, that Everything Marked in Plain Figures. Favorite Stoves and Ranges Sell easier and give better satisfaction than all others, and aro mado at y Will give you more PIQUA, OHIO, By tho Boots Slxoes for your Favorite Stove and Range Company, produce than any Who have the model stove plant of America, the greatest country house that will pay on earth. Goods nominally a higher price than it can be sold at. you . V-- 1 PAYNE & CLARENCE M. GORDON, In.lructor In CO., ' 4 Cloverport IKy . Typewriting. with I Dor OlotlIng: OTrercoats. I POLK'S Shorthand Aim Jin and coiinectl"n 1 IIIHIIBIIUI ! Dupery. item, Culluraph anil lcnilnirtiiii'l)v-writer- .f Tho only Cnl ctjc In the .SimIi-oKentucky Imlnneil by UlfiUjI It.. mill iIkiIih IMtrti'n. H.tuhlliluil In thufirit )enr rlt..i.. It.mV.Vr. Ofjli.im ...!.. ami Arithmetic. Thelilt. Vcnir' PtMI S' , ijl, Ono Hundred Sixteen Pupils Thi .H.-k- ' . Li? .v . ' im mxiarn lap VfTv'iilIill mvuzmm i Til - 'jiiiO')-?.,r ri.i, .ift' ryili.jlJi.TBlr i .... .... .... .... iltiitll n u " cnmM.lcnt In Imdl nnv, . llefereneci Charlti Clarence K. Walker, tl I. a 11'. Jilinorrnher fur the city, I Ve gel yon a wire cnri'Dcil, i fur i itlf , tl ' '.i W lii BPV? !U IBIBk'iSli? yT e h rt ... them fi Information, r aiiilicti. CLARENCE ca'il.i rit jn M. GOROOV, A Cor. Fourth Markrt "Is. I.OUIVlM.K. KY. WHEN YOU go IT ISA IMITY oa ovreyonnirlf and faw j tu sri iud ucat tuiuo lor yuur wdddji Economize In your footwear bypurcuawng Ilnutplna HliAfti. vvhlrli rtnrMBl Iha bt.Mt vnlne for prices Rikvu an ftttRMUuU IUtcll(V. $10,00 $5.00 .dim H. K. to IlnrilinBbnrg call on Mnttlngly for tho best winra nnd liquors, NERVOUS DEBILITY cured by the use . A SCHOONER of l 42.00 2.50 42.25 wjmy !.75 2.00 1.75 3.50 JZOO reflUMt ron ron a b 44.00 iB 33 00 2.50 BOYS $1.00 bw v mmmwr"? ak ru nnd lunch nil foi 5 j2 rents ut Geo. Yeakel & Co., Ulobo-Democra- t. "fiVi'r ITJ AyeR's Sarsaparilla Tones the system, R; E. MATTINGUY'S, HARDINSDURO, KY. W. L. DOUGLAS THE yJcsaycTTringjaiJitcssg. OTIIKK Hl'KClIAl.TIKS la footwMr an.ol tho (um hwh grail b, uil reprcoBt monr ratu far bojooillho (rlcca ofcantwl. Hro etiat mm V. I.. UsvgUa, S3 SHOE REST SHOE 4c ocaffAiiN. IN THE WOftlOFMTHEIMNCr. ih makes the weak strong. will Polk & Bro., FRUIT TREES at llnnlln'i Nuricry, one ait.il two years ol.l, Oont Trcci and low piker. For further Information, call on or adilrcis Brekteu, Mui, BU W CloverMrt.'Ky. Fnrnlc 'Hoivmor llaMblnlsH, Dr Ojjbe r, Cures Others cure you. Ben. Hardin & Son, ANDYV1LLE, KY. kw Physician mr Payne J. M, Clayton. A Surgeon,' ITttrtiwHre Stored " SCWr 1 . JL uJPT G'l OLOVHRPORT. KY, fc. - ' urnF kfiHai nt j "'T'PniritfiTinrtirir--"--' 1 I w 4 ,a E -- 4&fc',i -- LW.,I ,..,. - , - hA.j k THE BRRGKKHRIDGK "Bitterly, Aro you?" uxit-p-t NEXWS, GLOYKRPORT, KY, onnrchyard," just printed. After Ibis literary treat Mr. Horaco said: "Tell mo something about thnt clever young When 1 you como. last But tho statement of tho result Is sad enough. Let ull theso dreary chaptors bo condensed Into ono. A fatality preceded tho wrong. It was this: , Tho woman was coarso nnd tho man was lino. No gentlo influences had received her in tho fucilo days of childhood and trained her nobler nature to tho masterhood. Her eyes had boon familiar with vulgar peoplo nnd their vulgar ways Her cars had heard their coarso talk. Her mind had narrowed to their ignoble methods of judgment. Her heart's desire had been taught to bo for tho cheap and mundano possessions monoy, show, titles, placo, notoriety nnd not for tho prlcelosa nnd immortal wages of an earnest life, pcuco, joy and lovo. Sho could not comprehend a great soul unless Its body wero dubbed My Lord or Sir Edwin nnd wore somo gnud of a star at tho breast or a ribbon at tho knee. Poor child! Sho was young enough to bo docllo. but after tho blind happiness of that honoymoon nt Brothortoft manor tho old feeling of her first interview with her lover revived and oxas-poratc- V PW 3R I'V , r I t v v sj- v A "bank now rests upon tho sito of the uaflul nappy In idol I too am or tlio brothorhood of lovo. Hing, merry bells! Billop innnon. Poniloroua, grim, granYour songs shall bo of blissful omen to ite, stand tho two columns of its propy-loA swinging door squeaks "HaiU" my heart." to tho iirosperous lender, and "Avauntl" PAUT ONE CHAPTER V. to tho borrower unindorsed. Within, paying tollora, old and crusty, or young i r Hi lib T i yrft'ml jaunty, stand up to their elbows in 97 AJ II II. gold and smilo at tho offended dignity of porsonagos not Identified presenting checks and in vain requiring payment. Farther back depositors aro feoding money, soft and hard, into tho in aw of tho rccolving tellor. Behind him bookkeepers wield prodigious ledgers and run up and down thoir columns, ngilo as tho lizards of Ptcstum. And in the innermost penetralia of that templo of Plutus tho high priests, old dons of directors, worth billions, sit and fancy that thoy brow crisis or credit. So stand things now whero Edwin Brothortof t onco stood contemplating a brass knocker. Tho door opened, and ho was present"I'm, Edwin." ly introduced into a parlor, upholstered Such soliloquies as those of tho lost to tho uppermost of its era. chapter presently led to dialoguo of tho But whero is Mr. Skervoy Skaats? Instead of that mean and meager 8nmo character. Tho lady continued to scribble that agent hero is tho principal a singularly handsome, bold, rcsoluto young woman, briof romance, or rather that titlo of n her exuberant beauty depressed and romance "Lady Jano Brothortoft, of Brothorhor carnations toned down by mourning. Both tho young peoplo wero embar-rosso- d toft Hall." Tho lover for his part was not ndunco. for a moment. Ho soon porcoived that it was his busiHo was ombarrassod at this unlookcd for substitution of a beautiful girl for ness to supply tho situations and tho nn ugly roptilo of a Sknatsj and sho to talk under this title and holp tho plot to grow. find how fair a spirit sho had conjured It grow with alarming rapidity. up. Ho with a sudden compunction for Tulips wero thrusting their green tho prejudico ho had had against tho unknown heir, his disinhoriter; and bIio thumbs through tho ground in tho with hor instant conviction that horo Dutch gardens of tho town when tho young peoplo first mot. Tulips had was tho person to pick up hor handkerflaunted their day and gone to green chief, if ho would. Shall tho talk of theso children bo horo seed vessels with n littlo rufllo at tho ropcatod? It might fill a pleasant pago; top and cabbago roses w cro in young bud whon tho first net of tho drama but this history cannot deal with tho of thoir immaturo lives. It only ended. Tho lady was hardly as coy as Galutca 'makes ready in this first net for tho in tho ecloguo. Tho lover might havo rapid business of a ripor period. When Edwin Brothortoft loft tho been repelled by tho largo share sho took heiress's parlor, after sixty minutes of in tho courtship. But ho was a truo, delight, sho seated herself at tho desk blind, eager young lover, utterly ab.whouco sho, under tho alias Skaats, had sorbed in n fanaticism of affection. Inindited his invitation, took a ficsh sheet deed, if in tho tumult of his own bliss ho had porceived that tho lady was of paper and a virgin quill and wroto: reaching beyond her line to beckon him, Jano Urothcrtoft. this would havo seemed another proof Then tho same in backhund, with flourishes and without. Thou sho printed in that she nml ho wero both obeying n divino mandate What young lover big text: disputes his mistress' right to share tho LADY JANE IinOTHEHTOFT, OF MtOTIU passion? EHTOFT HALL. "I know it," ho said to hor by and by Then, with a conscious, defiant look, she "1 know from tho first moment wo carried her prophetic autograph to the mot that wo must lovo ono another. firo and watched it burn. Wo are perfect counterparts tho halves Over tho fireplace was a mirror, districted into three parts by gilded mul-lion- s. of a perfect wholo. But you tho nobler. Above was perched ft gilt caglo, 1 felt from tho moment that pleasant ina very rampant highflior indeed. Two cident of tho portrait had brought us wreaths of onions, in the disguiso of togothor that wo wero to bo united. 1 pomegranates, wero festooned from his hardly durcd give my hopo words. But beak and hung in alluring masses ou 1 know in my heart that tho benign eithor sido of tho frame. Quito a regi- powers would not let mo lovo so earnment of plump littlo cherubs, clad in estly and yot desperately." Theso lino fervors seemed to her a o gilding tight as it could fit, clung in tho ridiculous, but veiy pretty. She wreaths and sniffed nt their fragrance. 'Jano looked up and saw horself in tho looked in tho glass where tho little cupids in tho onion wreaths were listenmirror. A blush deopened her somo-whcarnal carnations. Every cherub ing, umuscd with Edwin's rhapsodies, smiled to herself, then smiled to him, seomed to bo laughing significantly. Sho mado a faco at tho merry imps. As and Baid, "Matches are mado in heuvcu." -- 1 told you," ho said, "that I had eho did so sho caught sight of tho reflecerased tho word perhups from my tion of hor father's portrait, also regarding her. Ho was such n father as a future. Now that I am in tho way to child would have been quito justified in prosperity and distinction for myself, disowning and utterly cutting if a and that you smile, success offers itself stranger had asked, 'Who is that horrid to mo drolly. Tho great lawyer properson with tho red faco, tho coarso poses to mo a quadruplo salary and jowl, tho permanent leer and cruol quarters tho timo in which 1 am to belook?" An artist, cunning in red for tho come a Hortonsius. The grent merchant faco and whito for tho ruffles, had made offers mo thrco hundred a year at once, this personago moro butcherly oven than a cortnin partnership, nml promises to abandon codfish and go into moro " nature intended. business." Jano Billop marched up to tho portrait They laughed merrily ovor this. Small and turnod it with its faco toward tha wit wakes lovers' gleo. wall. "1 liko you hotter in public lifo," sho "Ho ncodn't look nt mo and toll mo 1 said. "You must bo a great man immenm courting Mr. Edwin Brothortoft," sho suld to herself. "I know I nm and I diately." "Lovo mo and I will bo what you mean to havo him. Ho is lovely; but I utmost hato him. Ho makes ine feol ig- lovo." norant and coarso and mean. I don't "I am so glad I am rich. Such fine want to bo tho kind of woman ho has things can bo dono with money." boon talking to with that deferential ad"I should bo terribly afraid of your dress. But 1 supposo this elegant man- wealth if I was not sure of success on ner is ull put on, and ho is roally just my sido. As it is, wo havo tho powor of llkoothor people. Ho scorns to bo pretty a largo usefulness." "Yes," sho said carolcsily. confidont of carrying tho world before Ho did not notico her indifforent him. Wo shall bo tho great peoplo of mannor, for ho had dashed into n declatho province Horo comes tho distinguished Sir Edward Brothcrtoft and mation of his high hopes for his country and his timo. Thoso wore tho days Lady Jano, his.mngnificcnt wifol Peoplo Bhall not protend to look down upon whon ardent youths wore foreseeing mo any moro becnuso my futhor know revolution and indopondoneo. Sho did not scorn much interested in how to mako monoy when fools throw it away, I'vogotn manor, too, Miss Mary 'this rhapsody. Phlllipso, and I'm handsomor than you "I lovo to hoar you talk of England and not almost un old maid. Thatlittlo and tho great jwoplo you know there," chit of n Mayor Cruger's daughter had eaid sho. "Is not Brothortoft manor bettor not try to patronizo mo again, nor houso very much liko an English country Julia Poartreo Smith turn up her poor Boat?" "Yes; but if itworowoll kept up, thoro pug noso. Thoy'll nil want invitations to Mrs. Brothertoft's ball on going oat would bo no placo bo beautiful in Engof mourning. How thoy will envy mo land nono 89 grand by nature, I mean." Hero followed anothor rhapsody from my Edwin! What a beautiful bow ho makeal What a beautiful voico ho has! this pootio youth on tho manor and its peoplo, tho river and tho Highlands. June is a lovely month for a wedding." Sho was proud of hor lover's eloquence, There is never joy in Wnll streot now such as filled tho heart of Edwin Broth-- , although sliq did not sympathize much ertof t on that morning of n bygono cen- in his enthusiasms. Sho had heard rivers tury. Tho Blllops of our timo Iivo n talked of as wuter powor or roads for longuo up town, and plot on Murray water carringo. Mountains had boen generally ubuscd in tho Billop establishhill for, lovora of good family. ' At tho cornor Edwin's heart began to ment as ungainly squatters on good noil. speak to him with sentiments and stylo Forests wore so many feot of timber. Tenants wero norfs, who could bo quite different from tho lady's. squeezed to pay highor rents and ought "How sho startled mo with hor brilliant beauty! How kind it was to think to bo tho slaves of thoir landlords. But she listened and folt complimented of my valuing tho pqrtraitf jrow goner-ousl- y and how delicately she offered it! whilo Edwin painted tho scenery of hor AnI,had dojio her tho injustice of a now pioco of proporty with glowing prejudico! That wrong 1 will redress fancy, and whilo ho mado each of tho by thinking of her hencoforth all tho tonants tho hero of a pastoral idyl. A more1 highly and toudoily. manor tliat could bo bo commonded must "Poor child! a lonely orphan liko my- bo worth more monoy than sho liad supself. Sho showed in ull our interview posed. how much sho yearned for friendship. "I begin to long to soo it," sho paid, Mine she shall huvo. My love? yes, yes, with real interest. "And that dear old my ove! But that must stay within fat Bam Galsworthy, who lent you tho my sseret heart, and never find a voico horso, I must thank him." "Why not go up as soon as June ia until 1 havo fully assured my future. "And this warm consciousness of a fairly bogun?" "Mr. Skaats would not know all the growing true love shall koop mo strong and pure and brave. Thank God pretty places." They looked at each other an instant and her for. this beautiful influence! she bold and imperious, he still tini With nil the kindness I have met, I was mely; still desponding. Now J Idly tender. 'ttfSyttfeif friend "If J only dared!'' he eaid. ajwrsjiarejdo they not?" she vKr n. .TtrJ WKj - tS(4S. 4MF Kan nw i.&iiwm i " u Jinns uuun. company """ '""""1"' "' SftiiAi AHUnNQEWtNrwfTH THEM .. f -- ""'... I -- . rb ' ' la lit-X- at lra-gra- nt , KZ2S frW''''i?".rn lotto tatfmMkak iM-i- nldilo-camWashington, who got Iro quois Braddock tho privllogo pf dying in lila scalp. A brave fellow that! un honor to your country, sir." Mr. Georgo Solwyn, tho wit, was nlso a guest lie looked maliciously out of his "demure eyes" and said, "You forgot, Horry, that you used to namo Major Washington faiifaron,' and laugh at him for calling the whiz of cannon balls 'a delightful sound.'" Whereupon tho host, a littlo nbnshed, laughed and said, "I wish such wore moro plenty in tho army." "Why not?" And tho sparkling gossip did not rolnto "Mr. Skaats would bo n poor guido to how ho had put this uicktinmo in black Brothortoft manor." and whito in n letter to Sir Horace "Mr. Skaats!" sho said impatiently, us Maun, in whoso corrcsMudonco it may if sho wore dismissing n feline intruder. still bo read, with ubundauco of other "Wo wore not talking of him.' secondhand jokes. "No. I was merely thinking 1 could Whnt a gay visit it was of tho young recommend you a better cicorono." pair in thnt brilliant moment of Engcan you possibly mean?" "Whom land! "Myself." Whilo Brothcrtoft, in tho lntorvals of "Ah!" urging his petition mid remonstrance, "Brothcrtoft manor would bo n lovoly discussed all tho sublimo nnd beautiful placo to spend a honeymoon in." things that nro dreamed of in phl'osophy "1 long to sco it, nfter your descripwith Mr. Burke, while ho talked art tion." "I bcliovo ho wants to mako mo feel with Mr. Roynolds, poetry with Dr. "Juno thoro Is perfection." Ignorant nnd vulgnr," sho thought, "so Goldsmith mid do omnibus rebus with "Juno! and this is May!" that ho can govern mo. But ho "Will you go there with mo In Juno, not. 1 intend to bo mistress. I'm shall Dr. Johnson, his wifo wus holding u litsick tlo court of her own. my dearest love?" of his meek suggestions. No, sir; my Sho was a new sensation with her "Yes, Edwin." way Is my way, and I mean to havo It." bold, willful beauty and her imperious It was agreed among nil tho gossips of And bo, rebuked by contact with a Americanism. A new sensation, nnd tho provlnco and tho gossips wero right dolicacy sho could not understand, sho that this was not a mercenary match. resolutely coarsened herself, sometimes quito annihilated nil tho traditions of Youth and beauty on both sides, what for spite, sometimes for sorry consola- Mary Wortloy Montagu nnd her Turkish dross, when sho appeared at a could bo moro natural than lovo and tion. Her unsensitivo nature trampled us Pocnhontns, in n fringed nnd marriage? And then tho gossips wont roughly on his scruples. quillod buckskin robo, moccasins and on to weigh tho Brothcrtoft namo "My denr Jano," ho said to hor nt ottor coronot with un eagle's plume against tho Billop fortune, and to Brothortoft, "could you not Instruct "I supposo that's a scalping knifo she's for Now York in thoso days Mr. Skaats to bo a littlo more indulgent playing with," said tho Duko of loved blood moro than wampum that with tho manor tenants?" inspecting her In thiauttlro. "And. tho pounds hnrdly balanced tho "Mr. Skaats' business is to got tho by Georgo, sho looks as If sho could u.e Both parties wero in deop mourn-Jn- rents for us to spend." It" Of courso there could bo no great "But theso peoplo havo boon used to Then tho ugly old monster nnd tho wedding. But all tho fomalo quality of gontlcr treatment." othor blnso men surrounded tho colonial tne provlnco crowded to Trinity church "Yes; thoy havo been do- boauty und fooled her with flattery. to sco tho ceremony. Tho littlo boys lay nnd shirk as thoy allowed to pleased. My (To bo Continued.) cheered lustily when tho Billop coach, property must not bo wasted ua yours ono of tho thrco or four in town, brought was." riiytlclntit' prescrlptloni have fulteil In rench its broadsido td bear against tho church for thorn with mitny cnniof rhcumntliin known to have been "It is (i hard porch, and opening its door, Inscribed this drought." Bummer subsequently cured by Salvation Oil, Thi( Is with tho Billop motto, "Por omnia ud "It is nn oxpensivo summor for us the reason why the popular voice Is prnctUally opes," discharged tho blushing bride- with theso repairs." uninlinous In its favor, ijcents. groom and his bride. Again, when thoy wero Tho beadld for beadles havo strutted In Now York, other causes of dlsputo Tlio Inspection of Milk. on our soil quelled tho boys and camo up. It has been proposed, and in somo ushored tho happy pair to tho chancel parts of tho country tho law already "1 wish, my denr Jano," ho said, rail. It is pleasant to know that tho you would bo n littlo moro civil "that provides, thnt tho entire milk supplying with furniture of tho altar, reading desk mid my patriot friends from Boston." business shall bo open at all times to pulpit which met their eyes wus crim"I don't liko coplo who talk through inspection. Such inspection should son damask of tho "richest nntl costliest their noses." examination into tho condition und kind," nml cost In England forty-tw- o "Forgivo tho twnng for tho suko of situation of wells in relation to nil surpounds clevon shillings and three ponce. tho good sonso." rounding buildings, their proximity to Vencrablo Rector Barclay read tho "Good sense! It 'ccjiis to mo tiresomo standing water or tools containing orBorvico with a slight Mohawk nccent. ganic matter, tho condition of barns as I lml- - the word giiuv.mcc 'rumbling. Ho had been for somo years missionary to warmth and cleanliness, tho kind, I despise ihi name patriot." among that respcctablo tribo not, bo it "Rcmembir, my d r child, that 1 condition nnd hcalthftiluess of tho cows observed, tho unworthy offshoot known from which milk is obtained nnd tho think with thei-- geutlcitimi!" as Mohocks and colonized in London nature of the food given to them. "Yes, nnd you an' injuring your repumid had generally persuaded his dis- tation nnd your Inspectors should bo nt liborty to conchances by it. A Brothciples to cut themselves down from pocrtoft should bo coiim native und stand demn as unfit for milking any cows Bulygamy to bigamy. Reverend Samuel ffering from chronic diseases that might Auchinuty assisted tho rector with oc- by Ids order." coubervutlvo of right. 1 bo coneyed to man by tho uso of their try to bo "I casional interjections of "Amgn." stand by tho Ordor of Worth, Courago milk. Youth's Companion. Tho great officials of tho provlnco Loyalty to Freedom " could not quit business at this hour; but and An honest Swede tells his story in "Oh, there you go again Into your tho Putroons, who happened to bo in plain but unmistakable langim-jfor the town, mustered strong in honor of their foggy metaphysics!" Again ho enmo ono day mid said with benefit o' tho public : "Ono of my order. Of pretty girls thoro camo galore. 1 was dischlldeil took n severe cold nnd got tho Pages would full to namo them and much concern, "My dear, tressed to know from Skaats that your croup. I gave her a tinspoonfiil of their charms. There was tho cspleglo father's cstato owned n third of tho Red Chamberlain's Cough Itemed), nnd in Miss Jay, it that fino old Huguenot jivo minutes Inter I gave her ono moro. Protestant stock which still protests Rover." sho asked, "Why?" with no concern. pertinaciously aguiust iniquity in church lly this time sho had to cough up the "I was and state Thoro was tho sensible Miss would bo Buro you did not know, or you gathering in her throat. Then she went as much shocked as I am. Sho Schuyler, tho buxom Miss Bockman, to Bleep nnd slept good for fifteen minhigh bred Miss Van RciiBsolaer; Miss is in tho slave trade!" "Well. And 1 havo often heard my utes. Then she got up and vomited ; Winthrop, faultless in toilet and temper; Miss Morris, wearing tho imperious father call her a 'tidy bit of property,' then sho went back to bed and slept and say sho had paid for herself a dozen good for tho remainder of tlio night. ; noso of her family; popular Miss that Amazonian filly, Mifs Liv- times." Sho got tho croup tho second night and Ho could not mako her comprehend ingston; handsomo Mnry Phlllipso, with I gave her the same remedy with the her determined chin; Julia Pe.irtrco his hatred of this vilo business, nnd his same good results. I write this because contempt, ns a gentleman, for all the Smith, nez on 1'uir as usual, and a score I thought there might ho somo one in of others, equally fair, mid equally baso subterfuges by which baso coplo tho Ramo need mid not know tho truo worthy of n placo in n fashionable tried to defend it. Tho Rod Rover fortunntoly did not remerits of this wonderful medicine." chronicle. , Ik'H MoillCtl, Tho Billop coach rumbled away on its main n subject of discussion. On that CllAllMM X. littlo joumoy down Wall streot. Parson vory trip tho negroes nroso nnd broiled Iowa. U5 nnd 50 cent bottles for Bale by Barclay bagged his neat feo nml glowed tho captain nnd crow and served thorn A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. with good wishes. Tho world buzzed right. Then, being usotl only to tho admiration. Tho littlo boys huzzaed. navigation of dugouts, they omitted to A City Muralinl Abronil. Tho boll ringer tugged heartily nt tho pump tho vessel, whoreupon sho sunk Ono of tho city marshals who took n boll ropo. And at every tug of his, down and tho sharks had a festival. With eucli divcrgonco of opinion tho vocation recently nnd went to Franco on tho noisy earth, tho musical bolls, up first year of this propitious mnrrlago found what u big man n marshal ovor in tho sorono air, responded, "Go, happy pair! All bliss, no bale! All bliss, no pabscd mlscrybly enough. Yet there there is mid how much n marshal's badgo amounts to. Ho started to go to was a timo when It seemed to tho disapbalol" pointed husband nnd tho defiant wifo Bovoral places of publlo interest in Paris Tho rumblo of tho "leathern conven-lency,- " at an hour whon thoy wore not open to tho npplauso of young Now York that their lovo might revive. tho public. At tho ontrnuco ho was In soventcon hundred und fifty-eigand tho jubilation of tho bolls wore so stopped und told that tho placos wero Edwin Brothcrtoft, rich, aristocratic loud that Edwin was forced to lean vory closed. Ho said that ho was an Americloso, to his wife's chook whilo ho whis- nnd a lilwrnl, tho prido of tho colony as can and had only n short timo to stay in Its foremost young man, was selected as pered: Paris, nnd thnt if ho could not got In "Wo wore nlono, and God has given tho mouthpitco of n commission to prethon It would bo too Into. Thnt mado us each a beloved companion. Wo arc sent nt homo a petition nnd remonno diffcreiico until ho hnpponcd to put orphans; wo Bhall bo all in all to ono an- strance Such pajwrs were flying freely his hand in his trousors pocket somo other. Long, long, and ulways brighten- across tho water nt that time. Reania chnngo with which to try to for bribo tho ing yoars of thorough trust nnd lovo, of paper must lo fired before tho timo nttondnnt His coat was unbuttonod, dearer than ovor was dreamed, Ho before comes for firing lead. and his arm pulling back tho lapel So to Englnnd went tho envoy with us. now Happy wo shall bo in ourglow-In- g showed his big city marshal's badgo in hopes! how happy in our genorous his gorgeous wifo. Thoy wore received bluo, gold mid gilt, with tho word "Mar.ambitions! how happy in our earnest with much distinction, ns worthy young shal" on It big enough to bo read ton Americans from Bcuiciannd elsewhere lifo! Ah, my lovo! how can I lovo you feot nway. As soon us tho Frenchman enough for tho gift of this beautiful mo- still nro. "Huzzny!" was tho rapturous acclaim.' saw tho word marshal ho beenmo obsement, for tho promiso of tho fairer time quious. Tlio American marshal, as tho "Thoy do not talk through rebel noses!" to como." "Huzzayl It is English thoy speak, city marshal becamo known, was Bhown around with n groat deal of consideraPART ONE CHAPTER VI. not Wigwameo!" tion, nnd tho Frenchman declined to " "Huzzny! Tho squaw Is as beautiful a foe Now York Sun. Xfi'-- Y as our fairest, and painted red nnd whito by cunning nature, not daubed with Sr. Halo' Household Ointment ochors. Huzzny! Tho young sagamore is nn Adonis. Ho boats Chcstorficld nt Is tho finest remedy in tho world. It a bow and Solwyn at n mot." absolutely cures catarrh. It cures NeuMrs. Brothcrtoft grow proud of her ralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles liko N$tf"i husband nnd gratoful to him that ho moglc. Cures wilt rheum in tho most had chastened hor Billop manners. soothing manner. Cures inflamed nnd What n brilliant visit that was! All tho liberal statesmon Pitt, Honry Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Fox, Conway, mollifluons Murray were Colds. Can bo taken internally. A posiglad to do tho young American honor. tive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, BruisRuggod Dr. Sam Johnson belabored es, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstandhim with sesquipedalian words, but in n ing, Corns nnd bunions nro cured quickfriendly way and without bullying. Ho wsl nsr i ly; different from nil else; superior to nil could bo n good old boy, if ho pleased, clso; it has no cqunl. 25c. nnd 50c. boxes. with good young pnos. "I itippotc (hut's a $calplng knife thc'$ hisYoung Mr. Burko was gratified that ILargo bIzo chtapeet. Sold at Short & lay lies' drug store. friond from n sublimo nnd beautiful playing with." hoinlsphoro appreciated tho now trcatlso The marriago wont wrong. Is it that woman, who sing well whilo It was the old, old, young, young story. on tho sublimo and beautiful. Young Mr. Joshua Roynolds was flat- single, will sing so singularly seldom But which of thoso old young atorics? Ah, yes! thoro tiro so many of them. tered that tho distinguished stranger nftor mnringo ? And yot nil human tragedies belong to consentod to sit to him, and in return ono trilogy. Thoro aro but throo kinds tried to flatter tho portrait. Young Dr. Oliver Goldsmith, a poor of wrongs in our lives. Tho wrongs a man docs to his own Bohemian, smattorod in musioan4 modi-cincamo to inquire whether a clever bouI or body, or suffers in eithor. Headquarters for Tho wrongs of man against hia brother man, out of placo, could find his. niche in America. man. Mr. Garrlck, playing Ranger, qulto Tho wrongs between man and woman. This is ono of tho old young stories of lost his self possession when Mrs. Grain Drills, Fertiliser, Cement, Mich Brothcrtoft first brought hor flashing tho wrong botwoen man and woman. Igan Plaster, Bait, Lime, Coal Oil It might bo mado a vory long nnd block eyes and glowing cheeks into tho theater, and only recovered when tho vory painful story. Cbaptor nfter chapby the Barrel, Plaster Hair, ter might describe tho gradual vanish- audionco porcoived tho emotion and & choored it and tho lady togothor. ing of illusions, tho slight divergence, That groat dilettante, Mr. Horaco Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring althe widening of estrangement, tho doath of trust, tho deceit on one side, the Wnlpole, mado tho pair a charming deOrders ao ways kept on hand. wearing misery of doubt on tho other, jeuner at Strawberry Hill, upon which occasion he read aloud with much caby cash prompt the dragging march, stop by step, day coopanied by day, to t'-- dual wrong, tho halt on denceas dilettante gentlcmon continue j filled. Ither.ciiife, and the careless, the to do in our own time his friend Mr, w Gjay's elaborate "Elegy in a Gentry "Sadly, except when am with you." Another exchnugo of looks sho a lit- Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Latest U. S. 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TIiIh whs not ilon'o litfrricrtJy: on tlio contrary Mr. Ilicka was nominated on the CI nth ballot, Then) lind been practically n deadlock, which tlio tricks and cunning of tho shrewdest workers had been unable to break. Mrs. Hicks, who hud lx.'on quietly slaying nt homo attending to her duties, began to wonder why Josiah did not como homo. Pretty soon sho modo it her bnsiness to Irfiiulro. Wliun sho heard of tho deadlock, in which tho Hicks' aspirations wero involved, rIio packed her bag, put on her bonnet and took tho train for Ocdford. There sho dotennined to lind out who it was that was opposing her husband's nomination, iuiiI why. This sho did so successfully that a Philadelphia paper, relating tho details of Hicks' nomination, says that tho credit of braklng tho deadlock, which might have continued for weeks to como, is duo to tho nblo manner In which Mrs. Josiah Hicks championed her husband' cause. Her pleasant, dignified mimnci nnd convincing arguments wero able to accomplish what no clTort of jioliticiiui could eflect. Mr. Hicks was subsequently nominated by acclamation. North' Ilomnricr. A pretty lovo story whero lovo stories are least exacted is revealed in tho announcement of tho engagement of MfhH North, tho nitrate king's daughter. Miss North is young, very handsome and has been an unquestioned huccebs in the great world. It has been generally bo Moved that such young women when they are posed advantageously against tho background of a great fortune, as is Miss North, aro produced through subtle nnd indirect proeesws by nature for tho purjKwo of renewing tho blood nnd replenishing tho coffers of noblemen. Miss North has been regarded so widely to be tho brido ultimately of certainly a duke that tho announcement of her engagement toOeorgo Crocker, who is not only without title, bat is a Liverpool businetu man, has !ceii a nine days' wonder. It npjiears that Miss North for four years has detired to marry Mr. Crocker, but her father, Colonel North, who doubtless felt that strawlwrry leaves wero somewhere to bo found in refused his consent. But his shrubla-ry- , lovo has found a way; tho father has yielded, and now everybody is chirping as if love had just been born into the world. MIm Nut Anlmiiiril of Her Aci. Mrs. Lavina Fillmore, a resident of Claience, N. Y.. widow of Uuv. Glezen Filliuoioai.il a cousin of Millard wm 10.1 years old on Aug. 15. Mrs. Fillmore waij living when (Jeorge Washington was inaugurated president of the United States. She was born in Wnterbury. Conn., in 1787, and moved to New York when very young She was living with her husband in UtitTalo when that city was burned by the liritislj in 1HI1J. Mrs. Fillmore lias tesided on her farm at Clarence since her husband' death in 1B7.V Sho has never ridden on a railroad train, has never wen tho telegraph or telephone in operation, and has evinced no curiosity in regard to these fruits of science, preferring to live her last days amid tho peaceful surroundings of her quiet home. She is not ignorant, how-oveof tho improvements made in the world, for she had lieeu a constant reader of the newspapers. Her Bible has been read and reread until she nearly knows it all by heart. So well preserved comparatively is she that her neighbors think she will live for many years. Chicago Post. Fill-jiior- I cently from under the sprig of mistletoe that still hung in tho pallor as a reminder of tho Christmas season: sho was so pretty, and she was under the mistletoe, and ho couldn't help it he had hissed her. It was an ungeiitlematilyiuid unmanly thing to do. Ho knew that now, as he remembered her frightened, startled look, nnd the miserable excuses he had tried to stammer out; yes, and the tears Union. in her eyes, and the little choking sob with which sho had received his MumIrlrniln of Mr WilltiT Hriilt. bling iijiology. By tho death of Mrs. Carruthers, of "Who could think she would feel liko Inverness, there has pasted away one of hat alxmt ho thought; "dear littlo tho last of those intimately connected 4i;"jiit!" if" with the family and household of Su Aui bo after he wns gone, she lay Walter Scott. Mrs. Carruthers was tho down on U.t. ?ofn and cried. "1 like him novelyoungest (laughter of tho great so much and now to think that ho ist's faithful friend and amanuensis, should kiss mo at last and then say he William Laidlaw, of Kaeside, Abbots-fordidn't mean anything by it. What docs and author of "Lucy's Flittin." he think I stood thero for? tho littlo Uo1-cllio deceased lady's husband, Mr. idloU"-Li- fo. C'nrruthers, tho younger son, was a son of tho well known editor and biA Leader. ographer of Poikj, who was also proprie.Since its first introduction, Electric tor nnd editor of tho InvorncKs Courier for nearly half a century. Thero still Hitters has gained rapidly in popular survives another daughter of William favor, until now it Is clearly in tho lend Laidlaw, who resides at Inverness, and among pure medicinal tonics and alter-ntie- s containing nothing which perhas in her iKMScssion tho desk in which tho "Waverly" manuscript was found, mits its use ns a beverage or Intoxicant, nnd which was given to her father by it is ri cognized ns tho best and purest Bir Walter Scott. medicine for all ailments of .Stomach, Liver or Kidneys- .- It will cure Sick A Kuiiiiiiiir ICipcrlenco. V A kind mistress who not only nupocts Ihnilitcho, Indigestion, Constipation, a girl' rights, but to somo degree hor and drive Malaria from the system. Satisfaction guaranteed with each bottle tastes and feelings, Is occasionally in ways sho did not dream of. or the money will be refunded, Price This fall n girl who had been promised only oOc. per bottle. Sold by Short & . half pay for tho mouths of July and Havocs, druggUt. Angust to return, astonished tho'houso-liol- d In mi KiikIUIi ItullwRy Tritln. by declaring, as sho dropped her First Artist Children don't seem to bundle in a kitchen chair, "eho didn't want a cent, for sho was only too glad mo to sell now as they used. Second Artist (In a hoarso whisper) to got back whero things looked liko e Well, I wan nt Htodgo'H yesterday. He'd homo." It seemed sho had been at a rceort near tho city, whoro who had just knocked off three little girls' heads horrid raw things! n dealer cauio In, been iwked to do tho work for twelve, and had then gono to n Iioiibo nlivo with air,1 bought 'em directly took 'em away, nil kindu ot bugs through negligence in wet as they wore, on the stretchers nnd wanted' Stodge to let him have some property clearing ont tho closetH nnd reon leaving. Sho had novcr moro next week. frigerator Old Lady (putting her head out of tho ,r..,tu,.,l lu.fnrn limv ilifToront theso things guard, window nnd yelling-Ona- rd, could bo In 'other places. Brooklyn ' stop the train and let mo out, or I'll bo Eagle. murdorcd. London Tit-BitA record of uninterrupted cua forriearly half I to record of forty Ajrer'rJ Saripnrilla. That a century ha convinced jrrt'lMe people. Syrup Is the belt In the market, yentu is ono of trlumpliovorblood diseasDr. Hull' CoiikH d, rt sen-sids. Multiline I'p fur tlm Net. Tho inability of tho average woman to understand was again demonstrated in a Fulton street shoe store one day last week. A rather nice appearing woman came in, and after seating herself on one of tho broad leather sofas, asked tho ruilesinmi to show her a certain kind of shoo. "Wo don't keep ladies' shoes hero," caid tho salesman, politely. Tho woman s eyes snapped as she exclaimed: "Don't keep ladies' shoes? Why don't you keep them?" The salesman explained that the tlrm only manufactured gentlemen's shoes, and only sold that kind. "Oh," said the woman rising, "I think woinon aro just as good as men; but it is very evident that you don't think so." With these indignant words the woman walked hurriedly out of tho store. After catching his breath tho salesman had n good laugh all to himself. Brooklyn Standard-- Triplets Hlxty.ulno Ycnra Old, THE CHARM OF GERMAN WOMEN. Monday evening, nt tho rcsldenco of Mr. Alden T. Brown, Waltham a re- It lit Only In Till Country- - Tlmt Tliejr Their I'lill llneliiiu'iit. ception was tendered to three of Mrs. women como honestly by Brown's mints, who aro triplets and siity-nin- o years of age, tho anniversary their charm. At a time whon tho Engof their birth occurring on tlio 20th of lish, French nnd Italian women comlost Jane. Mr. Brown's mother, a sister manded scant respect they wero votier- -' of ,tho tripl6U and horsolf a .twin, was ntcd and placed not on equality, but on present. Theso four ladies wero lxrn in n superior piano to men. Ho who beat a Union, Me., and are tlio survivors of u woman was punished twico as severely family of thirteen children, seven of as if he had beaten a man. Ho who them being twins and triplots. Tho wronged a woman was executed, unless trlplote, wlion young girls, nil worked in tho woman clioso to save him by becomtlio cotton mills with General N. P. ing his wifo; when she declined, not only did tho wrong doer expiato his Banks whon ho was bobbin boy thoro. crimo with his lifo, but tho house whero Boston Herald. lie lived was torn down und ovory livTlio Oriiclmu Cxnrlna. ing creature in it, to tho vorycattlo, was English papers nro bubbling ovor with put to death. prniso of tho gracioitsucss of the czarina Gorman girls married lato generally ill kissing n hospital nurso who had been nfter rather than before twonty; nnd it in tho midst of cholera infection an may be inferred that their spliisterhood impulsive womanly way of showing her was dull from tho fact that tho Gorman allmlration for tho nurso's bravery and word for n wedding is hochzoit a high self sacrifice How much greater tho old time. But thoy brought no dowry bravery of Queen Margaret of Italy, to their husbands, except perhaps a who during tho plnguo walked horsolf knifo or a spear, nnd for throo days tho wards of tho hospitals, cheering nfter tho wedding a sharp aword sepaboth nurses nnd pationts with her presrated wife from husband in tho nuptial ence and earnest sympathy, whilo tho conch. Notwithstanding tho sword the poor victims pressed their lips to tho husband gavo her on tho morning after hand sho gave them, nnd died as eon ten I tho marriage n present called a mor- as if in tho presence of one. of their lie gangsbo, from which word tho procut loved saints. "morganatic mnrringo" is derived. Tho women fought in tho wars by tho Vain uihI Cticitiirntlnii. As long ago as 1770 a certificate was sidoof their husbands, nnd wero thus granted by Piesident Ezra Stiles, of inured to cxposuro nnd fatigue. WidValo college, to n young woman who ows never remarried; the Gorman phrnso had passed tho examinations necessary ran, "As a woman has but ono body nnd to enter tho college, but was debarred but ono soul, so sho can hnvo but ono on account of her sex. Now after II husband." Perhaps theso rominisconcea years Yalo is ready to offer jxwt graduate of the ancient Germans may help us to study to women. It is not, howevei, understand tlio loyalty and beauty and ready for coeducation. It is as f.ir from charm of German women today. It is only in this country that the it as 11 o'clock is from 12 o'clock, modern German woman receives hor Woman's Journal. full development. On her nativo heath she is less attractive than tho English American Women Aliruml. It is estimated that 00,000 Americans woman, or the French woman, or tho hnvo crossed the ocean since May, and American. Sho is so impress! vo on of immnculato virtue that she opof these the great majority aro women, estimating that half these women had presses other people with a consciousgloves, ness of their own depravity, and they $1,000 to invest in gowns nnd bonnets, and that n great shrink out of sight of such spotless many had several times as much, it is proprioty. Vasili docs imply that Indian of the court at Berlin sometimes easy to understand why American women aro accounted tho t customers of condescend to desiporo in loco which may be freely translated by saying that tho European shops. they aro equal to a flirtation in a back parlor when tho lights are out. One of the best known woman farmBut Va8lli's prcjiidlco is notorious. ers in Great Britain, Miss According to tho memoirs df Alice of of Marchbankwood, Dumfriesshire, Scotland, died the other day. Sho IIosbo, bo much starch goes to tho outfit had a largo sheep farm in Eskdalc, of a German lady of fashion that unwhich sho superintended herself, anil bending is impossible, and her viowsaio she was an excellent authority on all confirmed by tho statements of poor Carolino Bnuer in her nutobiography. agricultural matters. At Berlin they havo a proverb which is Princess Mario of Edinburgh, tho lie equivalent to our "Bo good,- and yon trothed of Princo Ferdinand of will bo happy." A French scoffer reis n beautiful and clever womtorted that, from what ho had seen of an, and has already won a warm pi ee German happiness, ho would liko to try in the heal t of tho queen of Uoumaiiia a littlo misery by way of a chaiigo, but (Carmen Sylva). then tho breech between Germans nnd French is flagrant, nnd tho momlicrs of Tho now Duchess of Sutherland, one ono nation cannot figure us impartial of tho youngest women to wear tho judges of tho other. San Francisco Ar ducal coronet in England, is n memlier goiiaut of tho Writers' club, and a contribute! Ilnril n tliu firiitli'ini'ii. to the literature of the day. Among tho bylaws of tho now "PioAt a recent marriage feast tho wedneer club," established in London for ding cake of the bride's mother was ladies, is ono that sounds extremely served. It had been kept for that It ruiiK ns follows: "Children, wrapped in bi.iudied paper in a tin servants and gentlemen can only bo adbox. mitted to tho wuiting room, nnd can on ho Fur promises to bo oven moro populni no accountOno allowed to enter the touch almost suspects a as a trimming for evening gowns than it of satiric humor in placing "gentlewas last season, and white satin a famen" after children nnd servants. Is it vorite materiul for thu fur to adorn. nn intentional paraphrase of "women, In the Hotel Beatrice, the women's children nnd idiots?" This viow of tho matter is strengthened by perusal of dormitory at tho Chiengo university, with accommodations for 100, nearly tho names of the ladies on tho general committee of tho club. Lndy Harbor-toevery room is engaged. leads, ns she is entitled to do, not only by reason of her rnnk, but becnuso Guaranteed Cure. Wo authorise our advertised druggist of the well known strength of her opinto sell Dr. King's Now Discovery for ions on the woman question. Sho is followed by Mrs. Eva McLaConsumption, Coughs and Colds, upon ren, Mrs. Roso Mary Crawsbay, Miss this condition. H you are aillieted with Sharman Crawford, Mrs. Oscar Wilde a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat or and Mrs. Frank Snoad, nil of whom Chest trouble, and will use this remedy have identified thomselves for yoaropast with tho samo great cause. Tho object as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may return th" of tho club, as stated in tho rules, is to bottle nnd have your money refunded. further every movement for tho adWo could not make this oiler did we not vancement and enlightenment of women, nnd the solo qualification for memknow that Dr. King's New Discovery bership i3"au active jiersoual interest in could be relied on. It never disappoints. uny of tho varioiu movements for womTrial bottles free at Short it Waynes' en's Gocinl, educational and political advancement." drug store. Iirgo si.o fiOc. and 1.00. . -- ttziZ'XLiiii:zi.:' Illicilvo I y Rubb er Boots j. . Rubber Shoes lMMSSm.WM. t ? :.-- c. SZJirS yW LI Mr "ffffEkv M S Vjwi'ry Look Well . 1 s4$8r s - Mr ; lo bric-a-bra- Wear Well. ! a.,m ., . Ix-s- r,, ;,-- " f - a.- - c e, V i ' - Ilou-mani- rildSKaS Tlioao Drvniirul I J. 0. U0UKNH, Arctics 4 pur-Ms- club-rooms- ." n Tim Innori'iit. Sho stood looking up nt him ro inno- Hliu Kllli-n riintlii'i- - with nn Ax. Mrs. Susan Neal, seventy years old, who lives with her son on a ranch in Maverick county, killed a full grown jvatither with nn nx. Sho was out in the yard when some animal rushed by hor which sho thought was a dog until sho turned around and saw a full grown panther In a small trco near hor. Sho called two dogs, but one of thorn ran nway. The other saw tho beast and mndo a dash for it. Tho panther sprang out of the treo and ran toward a pen where n number of kids wero confined, but just ns ho sprang on tho fence the dog caught him nnd they began fighting. The other dog now returned and took a hand in the fight. Mrs. Neal seized an nx, and when tho dogs distracted the panther's attention sho dealt it a blow on tho head which stunned it and allowed her to striko a fatal blow. Texas Cor. Chicago Herald. llinr Nlio Wuura or Iliilr. Hardly a woman wears her hair entirely plain. She may not bo given to pu fling and waving nnd curling tho locks themselves, but sho is very npt to introduce some sort of ornament into it. Bandcanx are very popnhir, and como in gold, silver und tortoise uhell, as well as in ribbon to match the gown. Then thero is nn especially olaborato plcco of network of gold and pearls called tho Mary Stuart coif, which is worn over tho loosely colled hair, but is rathor expensive for the woman of modornto inenns. Very pretty braids in silver, with high, crowuliko fronts cut in long, slender points, and either burnished until they shine like diamonds or left dull, aro becoming to till faces, nnd need no special nrrangement of the hair, us thoy alt well on the head, whether it is arranged high or low. Now York Letter. 1 1 They soem to trouble nino girls ont of every ten, and Iain sure I do not know why. In tho first place, the girl who has n freckle or two on her face announces to the world at large that sho uses neither paint nor powder. Then, too, hho tolls that sho has been living in that best of all things the sunshine. But somehow tho freckles trouble her; her sweetheart thinks lhey uro rather pretty, but alio does not ngreo with him, and sho is always asking, "What will take uway tho freckles?" Well, my dear girl, if you got them a week ago, or a mouth ago, or some time during tho summer, tno juico of the lemon, with n toaspoonful of borax in it, dabbled on them will cnuso them to disappear that is, if you apply this treatment regularly, not if you put it on tonight nnd forget it the threo nights moro to follow, Sometimes, if they have only just como, a few drops of benzoin, put in tho wator until it gives it a milky look, naeil for n few days, will causo them to disappear. And, by the bye, a very nice woman wroto and told me that she could not get benzoin nt uny drug shop in town. Well, just let her toll the chemists themselves that they keep a very ioor stock of goods when they havo not that. Fivo or six drops of it in n basin of water will mako it look like akimmilk, and make it smoll liko tho fir or cedar trcos, while it will cool a sunburned face and givo what doctors call "tono" to tho skin. But, my dear girls, 1 do not want you to bothor about tho frccklos. Thoy aro really not worth it. Instead, mako up your mind that thoy nro aun spots, put on your fnco to tell tho world of tho 'sunny disposition that you havo, and of the glad spot that you mako at homo. Now York Commercial Advertisor. lnii .lulee fnr Winter Umi. Grapes should bo very ripe to givo the fino flavor unrivaled by any otherfruit Tho dys'Hiptic will lind grapo juico the most delicious nnd cooling of till drinks, whilo tho sick person, no mutter what her nilment, will find both nourishment nnd coolness in this drink, particularly adapted to tho needs of tho fovcr patient. It is also delicious for mlnco pics and sauces. Nothing could bo nicer to servo with cako nt u calling reception. Tho methods of preparation are: Pick grajies from stems, look over carefully Pack in nnd wash in cold water. layers of whito sugar. When tho jar is full tio over tho mouth of it n thick cloth, after which cover with paper. Place in a cool placo in tho collar. When used, strain through a wiro strainer. Iteady for use nt Christmas. Pick nnd wash grapes. Cover with water in a porcelain vessel. Boil nntil thoroughly cookod. Strain tho juico through a jolly cloth, sweeten to taste, heat again and put up in airtight glass jars. Housowlfo. Piles of Peoplo havo piles, hut Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo illl cure them. Short &Hnync8, Cloverport, nnd Ky. Board & Bcelt-r- , Hardins-burg- , Our Otilrat Actreni'd. J. M. HAtirKK, DANIKL BROOKS BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., - Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. Looisville, St Louis & Texas R, R. Co, TAX PAYERS. Your tuxei for 8t2 have been due lines lit There will be a balof Ftbriury, 192. ance dofl the County nnd State November lit, 1892, of $27,000, which amount mut be. paid on it before that date, and we uiuit collect the taxei now pait due to meet laid demand, The law providei that 0 per cent, iball bo added to nil taxei unpaid on the lit day of November, 1882. And in order tn giro the tux payeri an opportunity to lave laH additional per cent, and coit of collection, I or one of my deputlei will meet them nt the following tlmei and placet lu receive nnd collect taxei ; and all penoni fulling or refilling to meet ui at the Appointed tlmei and plncei may expect to bo cent, and required to pay the additional, all coit or collectluni according to law. Oar lime It ihort fur the collection of this money, we can't n don't ark ui to wult any longer; do It. Meet u promptly and pay your taxoi. Let no man lay tbli notloe li not Intended for blm, for It li Inteuded for every man that iliy TIME SCHEPITLE Tuning KfTcct At 5i00 o'clck A. M, Wednetday H'ol Bound Trains Kxpr'i Kxpr'a Dally 6 40 7 20 7 24 2TO. 18. r Julj 62 29. '91 M- Eatt Hound JVaini M Mall A Kxpr'a Kxpr. M61 7 8 8 8 & STATIONS i.'t..ar Kentucky St. Howard nock Haven T'"" Dally 45am Iv.Un'n U0 41 Dally 1 Dally 9 OSnm 860 8 0S 62Sin 747 767 8 07 IX) 46 pr Justly Entitled to It Tho oldest living American actresses aro Clara Fisher Mncder, born in 1B1, and Mrs. John Drew, who is seven years younger. Mrs. Drew appeared on tho atugo n babe of uiuo mouths und has acted over slnco. Mrs. Maoder was on the stage from 1817 to lBtil), and then Mrs. Hannah wqnt into retirement. Birrell, who died in San Francisco n few days ago nt tho ngo of aoventy-fottwas a prominent actress in that city many years, and was Booth's flrst.Opho-li-a in California. r, a 811 817 8 27 8 37 8 47 903 908 917 9 21 . 865 905 9 11 9 21 9 25 9:i0 961 920 934 9 41 962 10 10 (JO 1U owei ui taxei. 946 J. J. W. 8. DeJERNKTTK, 8. U. 0. I, HAMSKV, U.S. IK0. 1I..UMH1S, I). B. 1). It. A. (ll.ASSCOOK, I). 8. U. 0. 0. 1001 10 10 1018 1024 1015 1023 1027 1030 1041 1060 1100 1111 1118 1121 11 2U UC6 12 02pm 8 02 1145am 747 1138 740 7 31 UrandcnburK 11 2 Meade Spring! 1123 727 7 23 1119 Kkron 1111 715 Gutton 1102 Irvlngton 665 648 1063 Webster 6 40 1045 Lodiburg 1035 631 I'lerce Siuuplc 626 1030 Wcitl'olnt 12 45 1028 1034 1135 1152-- m Stcphcmport Addlton Holt Cloverport Shopi Sklllman. 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II, BKAttl), Cuhler. enough, aa now ho is preparing for protection of quito auothor kind that of Q. W. BEAUD - .Dire tor hosepipes, barricaded walls, and bo forth, MOliniS K8KRIDUK J brought into uo and erected to protect R. M. JOLLY. him against tlm outraged workmen who, INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS according to Ilcpublioan theory rather limn practice, wore expected to bo pro(( tected equally with tho owners by tho ayatera formulated at Washington. But t...l.llnA. .! Allnn.if 1rMa lirtf nltvnva follow Republican promise Chicago is the life of an active participant EFFECT JULY Bait Bound Tralni WcitDound Train 1)1117 Dally Dally DaTiy STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun Sun. ex Sun. ex No. 2 No. a N0.6 No. 1 1130am 12 10pm West and Kranivlllo ls!0 South-Wes- t. 1225 1242 1 18 130 148 165 2 15pm 302 314 329 400pm Edwin Brotherloft" llarned llardlniburg Kirk Jolly Olendcane Demnitcr ar I'alltltnuKhtv llocavaiB ltulh Atklni Oaki i" , Oarfield nil 930am 835 815 Time-carin Sfect Julj 3K 1892- .d Lr. Lcultrtlli) fi;05 a.in...8;lVi),ra...4;2V p.m. Arr St. Lou!iri20 pin ...6:4& a la 760 715 705 641 6 Si 614am 664 529 6 21 ArPordivileI.v 445m .; 600 Torfurther UformatloB, eall en or addren, R.A CAMPBELL, Oen'lPau. Ag't, KraDlvllle, Ind, J. B CAMPBELL, D, P. A. Lfinli'vUla, Ky CltyTlcket 0Sce,S. W. Cor. Thlfd A Mala.St Loulirlll, Ky. " 10:(i0p.B. ii EDWIN BROTHERTQFT, . . . QUR NEW SERIAL , ., , . in This Week's Pap o v -- -. y, t zrzz-- f mmm&wmmm- - Ml HJIPl Jli 'TW nVfJfPHJp! e"M M WTfT Tvw-- t; THEX 33REXGKEXNRIDQEX NEXWB, GLOVKRPORT, KY. MEWS. A CJront 111-; llluir. Ji 1 , ISltf. "A few years nfo n bully, known as was .tho""torror "or smithtorn Biff Mlk Wisconsin," said Patrick OlFijjrgll. "Big was mouurcu oi uii nu buivujvu, and his riirhts thero wua noau to dis- T puto Janosvillo, Bololt woro1 his favorite haunts- - Ho was ald as ho ways spoiling for stood 0 feet 0 inches and was put up liko n Hercules noliody cared to accommodate him, and, liko Arkansaw in Mark Twain's o'ertruo tale, ho traveled chieily ' i on his bluff and bad looks', "Ono night Miko was 'in a )Yaukesha saloon kopt by a GoruSumwitlj ilio p.ttrl-oti- o namo of Yankee. Miko was hungry Ho. iir&ult'et iovorybody for trouble. presont, imposed on Vho bartender and mado himself a disagrecablo nuisnnco geucrally. Presently atnll, gaunt, consumptive looking cliop drifted in. Ho looked ns though n good stiff brcczo would blow him away. Ho loungod up to tho bar, and in a vqico, sweot and doferontial-a- s that of a bashful schoolgirl called for soda. Miko swaggered liti to lilin nnd Announced his intention to drink at tho stranger's o,xponso. 'tho latter naid no attention to him. Miko Ho followod him becamo nbusivo. about tho room cursing him "and making pugilistic demonstrations. "Finally tho consumptive looking stranger, .turned rind sweetly said: 'My Christian friend, you appear to bo yearning for a thrashing. B kind enough to giv'oino your' n'ddress and I will Bend you homo to your family when I got through with you.' Ho handed Miko a notebook and pencil and carefully his coat. Tho cool audacity of tho strangor paralyzed Miko. Ho tried to crawfish, but tho stranger wouldn't havo it. " 'I've heard of you for two years past, ond I camo to Waukesha especially to whip tho insolonco out of you,' ho said, 'and right horo wo.inix.' "But thoy didn't. Miko mado n break for tho door and has noti been in Waukesha since. It was a beautiful bluff. Tho thin Btrungor could not havo hurt him with a hammer. Ho died two weeks later of consumption." Chicago Tribune. MlKO a.sfl(-hrjnh- tiri rcfiiym rifAUEM. FOOLED A 8QUAD 8AM'S CAVALRYMEN. !. Hhml CLOTHIERS - IN - CHIEF" to IW Of Kleinhans & Simbnson. lyilC PltOUU POSITION IIJCL.U of Apnchoa llurrdwml Into the llljituliiK Sand and.Lartn Wt.lt Unlit i till! Soldier Cnmo Up They Axo tho J OittvHmUana Tllat Cnit Ho It. 1' lw Geroniino" nnd a dozen of his nniioa do Bomotalnir In Arizona in 887 Which I novor would havb bollovcd iss Wo had I not "witnessed it with iny Mammoth Shoe and Clothing Company. LOVELIER AND AHISTIIH all 3 ZEjnsrar'croir-s3V r Kleinhans & Simonson. FINE SUITS, Soldi Suits, very jipnt, other' prices $ia to .$ i LOVELIER BRIGHTER AND BONNIER AliB TUB y. our price C(1 ffc CHILDREN'S l ACk Buys choico of 1,200 SUITS Hiort l'anta Suits. BOYS' SUITS FOK BOYS OVERCOATS. $5. AND YOUTHS OF 10 TO 18. Apaches aro unquestionably tno los 1 dreaded tribo of Indians on tho lonUhent. Tnoy nro tonguer, inoro en nri k and moro unconnuorablo ,than ilny ther of thoir rnco. An Apacho can jm) ipthasidooi a mountain wun tno ler IOmeter marKintr izu uegs., nnu he ho reaches tho top hp won't show dr i of extra perspiration, nor will ho 10 a whit taster tlian wnen no Tl fa wn byes. t WoistcI- - Suits, made in limit some stylfs ; other' prices $15 to $lff; our prico WE SHOW AS THE SEASON ADVANCES. QO QA Buys a nobby Long Pants Sack Suit.wotth Qd. 0,0, OK tJV.UV ch'Kant Btyles. 1,,,V8 n plnro ftwk Patch Pocket Suit in 12 d. f V b - r i ? l will go for days without a morsol or a drop of wntor J ho will liyo akes, mico and refuso, or, if tho comes to tho worst, will Bhdot Ills andcatwhat ho wan t of hint raw. t Mit to pursuo a baud of Apacho raid ..ncl if thov aro hard nrcsscd thorwills separato, each' for hbnsolf, so that $ho jmly way to keop up tho pursuit is now tiiora mamamuiy, in wiucn ho Apacho is suro to havo tho best f tho contract When tho hunt is tho. dusky miscreants, will como to other at 8o:uol)olut twenty or thirty or iioro miles away. of us cavalry- Thero woro twenty-flv- o en returning from ono of our fruitless ursuiU f tho torriblo Gorqnimo. Our worn out, and bo woro wo. owes. t was ono of tho hottest days I havo er known in that throbbing furnaco f a c6untry. Wo had soveral miles of jiiked alkali plain still totraYorsoboforo oaching tho fort, whoro wp could securo liado and water, and what wo needed tost of all rest. Whew! but it was hot! Ilnd not tho nir been perfectly dry neither man nor east conld havo stood it. Tho metal rork on our guns was so heated that no no could bear to touch it with tho Waked hand. Tho air shimmered and Hirobbod as it does over a newly plowed Hold at noontido of n summer, day. North, cast, south and west was ono " lovel strotch of plain, on which not a treo, shrub or oven a blado of grass grow. "Far to tho westward could bo seen tho iutlines of tho fort, oddly distorted :hrough tho quivering atmosphere, but n every other direction wa3 tho naked, mrning desort. Wo" wore strung along for a distance of eoveral hundred yards. In fact thero was L squad of fivo horsemen much farther "'"than that in tho rear. All tho animals were plodding slowly through tho sand, which it seemed to mo wus hot enough .to roast eggs, their heads drooping, whilo wo woro simply enduring it, grim-'- ly closing our teeth, holding out to reach post. t tho Was thero anything to bo apprehended r'from Geronimo? Could, wo old cam- phignera bo entrapped? Low, lovel sands jm every hand. Well, right thero in the midst of that flaming plain, with its horrible Bandy waste, in which no spear of grass could find root, thaf- - frightful chieftain and his Apaches ambuscaded us. It sounds incrodiblo, but it is a fact Suddenly I heard rifle firing at tho rear. It had n dull, odd sound, but it was closo at hand, and as 1 turned in tho saddlo I saw that tho squad farthest away were engaged in a desperato fight .with a party of Indians, who woro on foot', shooting, striking, and darting hither and thither liko so many demons. Wo instantly wheeled and hurried back as fast as wo could to tho help of our comrades, but beforo wo could reach tiiein threo saddles wero emptied, and Geronimo and his warriors wero scurry- , itig across tho plain at n greater speed wo could forco our , than any to which ' exhausted ponies, who sank to their fot- -' -- locks at overy step. Wo gavo them a , parting volley, which wounded soveral, but thoy managed to limp off with tho llirolp of others, and all wero soon beyond I don't know how far they j dangor. iiraveled off over that burning desola tion; but it may havo been many miles, for thoy wero capablo of doing it if thoy chose, Tlioso Apaches must have discovered j our jipproach while wo wero a good way ) Off. Knowing wo wore on our return to i the ipost they could easily caloulate j whera wo would pass. Thon thoy burrowed in tho sand, covering thomsolves , entirely with tho blistering particles, so .that' only thoir suakeliko eyes peered forth. Thus wo passed within a fow rods of them without suspecting their presence. In conversation with General Crook about tho extraordinary incident, that old campaigner smiled and replied: "I am not surprised. I have seen them do tho samo thing myself, but tho Apacho is tho only Indian that can do Dark Double and Twist Cns-s- i c re ; others' prices $iS th-- t Vj7.Lt to $20; our piicc Sawyers' woild praised ; others' prices $20 (Ih-- t Q $7JLU to I22; our pi ice Imported Silk - mixed others' prices $22 to (hrt $21; ; our price 111 0t Tf( OA.'iJ e Cas-s'mei- Buys n very dependable Short Pants Suit, worth $1. Q1 QO $2 25, $3. buys n grade of Short Pants Suits, t) unequalled on inrtlt for the money. QO OK And up for Kilt Suits in all tho popular and pretty patterns. ln $J.l.U l'"" 34.iChild's Csism-mere- s; S0 f Our Overconta are charming, nnd prices run from 0&', to $1.49, $1.1)8, $2.50, $:1.50 and $5. 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Send fur illustrated catnkguo. one-thir- Una KLEINHANS & SIMONSON, MAMMOTH SHOE Hunting Coiitannd Toots, Working and AND CLOTHING COMPANY, Dress Suits, Waterproof Coats, I'nder-wea- r of every grade, White Shirts, Flan- Market Street, between Fourth and Fifth, LOUISVILLE, KY. nel Shirts, Neckwear, in fart, everything that Men, I!ojh nnd CliilJren wear. Send for illustrated catalogue. wo Success in everything doponds largoly upon good health. Do Witt's Little Kar-l- y Risers aro little Health producing pills. Seo tho point? Then tako an "Early Riser." Short & Haynes, Cloverport, nnd Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Tim I'ooHuli Men. Among tho most interesting visitors at tho outlying Hummer rcborts nro tho raral business) men who run down from town to bee tho sights. Thoy havo money and nro persons of consequunco nt homo. Ono of their most important .duties is to go through tho dinner. Thoy to find a waiter behind t havo oxpected overy chair, andf uncy thoy aro neglected if their orders nro not nttended to immediately. Two of thorn, already annoyed at tho delay, had everything tho bill of furo could offer but tho black pepper. That was at tho other ond of tho table, and tho waiter was gone. Neither would tako up knifo or fork without the pepper. Thoy fumed nnd frottcd. Thoy vowed thoy would nover come to that hotel again. Thoy wouldn't como thero for $10,000. They wouldn't spend a summer at any foshionablo watering placo for money. Thoy mado themselves so unhappy that a uoighbor made an effort and got thorn tho popper. But it was too lato to rcstoro their spirits. When tho waiter endeuvorod to servo them nguin eagerly, and with cir cumstanco, ono exclaimed: "Oh, yes; you'ro in a great hurry now. Don't jump around so; you mako mo nervous." Finally tho other laid down his knifo and fork and said solemnly: "I feel liko I'm robbing my wife nnd children eating such an expeusivo dinner. It's tho way men ruin themselves when thoy ought to bo laying up money in tho '. Shakespeare' Allinlom to 'Strawborrlr. Though history and story aro alike silent as to tho cultivation of tho strawberry in early times, wo know that tho fruit was well known in England iu tl e Fifteenth century. Shnkespearo has thrno allusions to strawberries. In "Henry V" tho Bishop of Ely. in illustration of tho good qualities which tho young ldu0' possessed, in spito of his wild hnbitsaud objectionable companions, says: thu nettle, Tho strawberry Krown berries tlirivu mxl rlixiii Uiht And Neighbored by fruit of boner quality. umk-nicntwhoU-Bom- jEgBSSffiSffiatg For the Best Tho reforenco hero is obviously to tho wild berry. But in tho play of "Hichard III" strawberries aro spoken of ns growing in tho Bishop of Ely's gardon at nnd this seems to show that tho berry was cultivated with considerable caro as early as tho latter part of the Fifteenth century, though Haydn's "Dictionary of Dates" asserts that the common strawberry was brought to England from Flamlcr in 1M0. It is curious to unto that 100 yours after tho crafty Uichaid begged some of tho bishop's strawberries, wo find a do scriptiou of a garden at Ilolborn, tho property of the rich barber surgeon, Gerard, wherein four kinds of strawberries a great variety for tho timo wero successfully cultivated. Tho third Shakespearean allusion to this fruit is in referenco to tho ill fated handkerchief of Desdemoun, which was "spotted with strawberries." Horticultural Times. Hoi-bor- is Try The -- : n, moke t Havana Leaf: IJvoou Lore. Tho girl was having a privnto confer-oncwith her father on tho subject of How to 10 Cent Clear, Havana filler, or the ; o Thus theso two poor mon struggled through tho meal, torturing thomsolves with overy mouthful, and simply their littlo bundles of self love wero hurt nt not getting tho black pepper tho moment thoy wanted it. New York Evening Sun. Sweet breath, sweet stomach, ewect temper, all result from tho use of Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers, tho famous littlo pills. Short & Haynes, Cloverport; nnd Beard & Bcoler, Hardinsburg. bank." marriage. "Tho young man hasn't .enough to support you on," urged tno father. "But you will givo us something," sho said. "Not a great deal, my dear." "Then wo shall livo on lovo." "Ugh," sniffed tho father. "Don't you think wo cunV" asked tho girl with tho beautiful confidouco of youth. ."Yes, if you both stay singlo," and tho futher declined to discuss tho matter further. Dotroit Freo Pnss. J'erfcctluu Not Wanted. And don't you drink? Ho No, dear. "Nor smoke?" Sho Natural Leaf:- Manufactured by the 5 Cent, Florida Filler. The best cigars made. "No." "Nor uso bad language?" "No." "And havon't any bad habits?" "Not one." "Thon you must learn somo. I won't marry n man I can't havo somo excuse . Oloverport Oigar Oompany, J. M. BELL, . it."--i'hlc- ago ilnil. Tho wind from tho North blows sharp and keen, and bad effects of colds are Been. Otic Minute Cough Curo bo safe nnd snro, "will quickly perform a wondrous curo. Short & Haynes, Clovurport and Heard & Bcoler, Hardinsburg, Ky. ' "Soy Vour" Nu.ly Little rruycril" ;- -- .;- Mr. Sala in his journal relates tho following exporionco of Mr. William Black, tho'novelist: "When at work Mr. Black loves intenso quiot, and cannot bear tho slightest noiso. For this reason he always selects a room at tho top of tho houBo as his study. At ono timo it was 3fnn is often deceived in tho ago of a his misfortune to livo in what ho de- womon by her gray hair. Ladleo, ypu scribes as a jorry built house, and whilo can nppear young and prevent this gray-noendeavoring to work in tho early hours by using Hall's Hair llenowor. of the morning, as is his custom, Sweet SlSilillolty. of one amusing incouvenienco that he A party of guests from a well known was called upon daily to put up with Now Hampshlro hotel dosortod tho piaz, "The nursery Qf his next door neighbor zas and wnndorud down into tho meadw&a'itl 8 lino with his study, and in this ows to viow tho splondors of a mountain iTbdtnewhat numerous family was 1c ' ' 'eAted. livery morning as regular a sunset. In tho party woro Miss B , a fasci- clockwork Mr. Black could hear the ieldftf, styer call out, 'Now thon, you ' nnting girl of awoet and twonty, her , an old so,'borrIa;llkle things, k'Kel down, and say mothor and Professor K your sotty little prayers!' A profound journer and authority on all points of silence would' follow, but the interval intorcst iu tho vioiuity. was a brief one. Then came' a rush and "I should love to climb Mount Tecum-sel- l, Have yon ever tried it, professor?" clatter, and the shrill voices of .the children were heard explajinipg, 'WP.h&vo inquired Misa B . Bqid our prayers; we have said our pray"Yes," replied the oracle of West C "it's a tough tramp over five er?'" . miles to the summit." "Oh, mamma," exclaimed Misa B Jlave you Uketf a cold? You'caa ftn ty promptly wKy,Ayei,'8 Cherryctojal. enthusiastically. Mount Teoumseh is Ttietafeet remedy for'tlirat and lung; over five miles high!" Kate Field's. Wellington, -... fewbMfc vi ho-toll- a flcldo l'ortune. Tho stago offers many instances of a mocking fortune. Mr. Braton Rabins, an old actor, whoso recollections of half a century on tho stago wero publish od in part soino timo ago, had tho ono grent chanco of his lifo when ho was in tho ycry direst straits. Ho had been a 8uicr, and had advancod into tho moro dignified rank of tho recognised actor. For somo days ho had been living on bread and wutor, and ho was weak and ill. Then news cnmo to him that Mr. Betty had declined his part at Drury Lane. Mr. Robins was sont for. Tho play was "Richelieu," and ho had novor nppoared in it. Shylock was his favorite character, and ho bogged that tho play might bo changed. But this could not bo done, hours tho unknown and in twenty-fou- r actor had to learn tho enormous part. Ho Bat up all night, nnd next morning ho was lettor perfect, but ho had oaten nothing, nnd his excitement would not allow him to sleep. Whon tho curtain went up for tho opportunity which gavo him chanco for renown, his privations told thoir talo. nls voico deserted him, tho porformanco was a failure, and at tho closo ho was taken away to bed and a long period of sickness. Thus in tho very moment of, his .success Damo Fortune showed how ficklo sho could' bo. Dramatic Letter. for scolding." Exchange. Died with Their ItooU On. tho panhandle of Toxiui, is a bare nnd desolate mimiid lamwii as Boot hill. . .iUliO'l tho .spot A correspondent says that there me tweii ilueo iiauie-les- s graven in lliu cl.. nnd gravel of Boot hill, where lio "ue remains of twenty-thru.- ) iiiuii lin '.led with their l'f boots on, Now hline. - Just outsidu the town of Tascora, iu Proprietor, CIl.p.E.K.FO'Z?-- , 3C"S"- )i Itumliulini; III111 nl it furl. A fow days ago 1111 elderly gentleman and his wife camo down Broadway A lady crossing tho street fell down. The old gentle man rushed to hor A Stock of general Merehandtit, comlitlng assistance and helped her in overy possi-bi- o of Vij O10J1, Uruoerlei, Clothlnf, Hardware, way. When he returned to his wife QuieDirre,'and alt.Scother tlook In tbe itnrt-roulljrman, and being tbe of Shaplnikv she shook her lUt at him. "It's all right; at which wat In the it's all "right." ho whixpered. "Yes,,l mine properly the time the attachment wat levied, at 1 r near know It's all right." sho replied hotly. the mouth of Itock Llch creek, In llreckenrldxe "Hero's an unknown woman falls down county, Ky. Alio, all tbe itavet being about and you plow across tho street to holp 110,000. and all bradlngi, being about 2U0.0U0, on about fifteen hor, iind tho othor day I full down stairs and Mill Yard of cordt of beading blocks, or Bhaplniky A Uyinan, at and you wanted to know if I was prac- tbe the mouth of Hook Lick creek, In Ilreck- near ticing for a circus." Now York World. enrldge eoUnty, Ky. Alio JJ Oak Haw Logt atnro-rooin ,,,,,"'""""""""T Are You in the Ring? iiiiiitaui VUHNISIIKD II Y iiuiuiiii !iS&yy Len.G. Herndon & Co., General Produce and Commission Merchants and General Storage, H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Reliable and prompt. Caih with every count tale. Consignments tollolted, . ac- An Innovation. A south (Joorgiu schoolma'um has introduced a now featuro iu her school. Whon ono of tho girls misses a word the boy who spells It gets permission to kiss hor. As a result the girls nro becoming very poor spellers, whilo tho boys are improving. Atlanta Constitution. Sheriff's Sale. ' directed to nit Hjr virtue of an order of which was lnurd from tl.e CltrV't office of the "Jeflerion Court if Common Pleat. ...... PUInllffi. J. llerfjmnn It Co. 31195 )......... vs. Sbtrloiky & IlvmaaJ Dtftndtott llyninn Urol., 24168 vs, Bhaplni! ky A Ilvmtn J .... S. Feldraan ic Son 1 1 , Shatnis v d- Hjrioan ) I, or out of bit deputlei, - PUInllffi. Defendant!, .VUlntllTi. vs. ,.. Defendant. will on the .; 5 . 1 a r .an between ins nourt 01 o o eiooa. a. m., o'clock, p. .. at lh Old Stone Ptort Ilomt of Vianill, IU li.,ll.WB, J wmyw PublloStlt, to tht Hlghoit Ulddrr.the rollow-lo- g diorlled property, or 10 tadeh tbtreof at may bt BMemry to eatlify tntpUtntlfff dtbt, and eott, . 18th Day of November, 1802, ...... ... w .- atft to-w- Ury'Ooodf, Oroceriei, iCIothlng, and.Queeniware, iball b told tt a whole. The Saw Mill, and Engine, Bawl, Uelta, Fizt-ure- i, Appllanoet, Apparatuiai attached to laid Tbe Saw Mill, iball bo told it a whole. stavet, heading!, cordt of headings, blockf and taw logt, shall be told In teparate parceli. After tald taw mill and everything pertaining to the tame, and ttavtt, logt and all other property, with the ezceptlen or tbo Uentral Mercbandlie. bat beeo told In itnarate parceli, at heretofore named, then tho Sheriff ihall tell evtrvtblng with tho exception of tbe general itock of Mercbandlie, at a whole, and If all of tald property with the exception of tbo general Mercbandlie, ai a whole, brlngt more money than It did In tepirate parceli, then tbe perion bidding tbe highlit price therefor hall receive tbe lame. All tht tain under one hundred dollari, tltll be cnh, and all over that amount on a credit of i and 8 montbt. I'urcbaiert to tit-cut- e bondt or notet, with two good luritlei bearing Intercalate per eentfrom the deyof tale uptll paid. Amount to be railed $3,000,00, Said tall ma be continued or ttoitponed from Jay to day, ai laid Sheriff may direct. Levied uyman. npon auoo properly 01 onapini.y Tblt Nor. 4tb, IBM. J. H. DxJKRNHTTK, &, B, 0. Hard-wur- on the Mill Yard near tbe mouth of Kick Lick rr.rk.40u Oak 8awLou In Hook Llckcre-- k, and Hnueh creek, or river, .'at the mouth of tald Kock Lick rreek. Alio; one Saw Mill, Knglne, Bawt, Delta, Flxtuiei, Appliance!, attached to tho tame, eltuattd In Apparalu-et- , the county of IlreoLtnrldge, at or near tht mnuth of Kock Lick creek. The atook of Uentral Mercbandlie conilit-Ingo- f e sss9 & ' ft3 n ,icAt if v LOUISVILLE. KY., Kr. 1, IbOJ. Shtppert ihould mark all paokagti plainly, e addrtu, with thlpper't name and DUTTKR. 18 1" Choice, country post-oflle- Wo wilt your opportunity. cloie our branch itoro at Ilardlniburg, on'aod after Monday, Nov. 7th, and coniolldate lame with our large itock at Cloverport, Ky., and will for a ibort time offer very cheap bargalnl In all good 1 In our line, In order to reduco our took, and at Cbrlitmai It cloie at hand, by making your purchatet now money can be avtd. An etrly nipecllon of our Double Stock will pay you. To partlei IMngata dlttanco we will tend goodi by axpren on election, Alio personal attention to all work Intruited to our cart, and tamo guaranteed to give tatlifactlqn. Ifnol,nowli Medium Common 12 -- IS .. 11 Creamery KOOS. - 28 (a) 28 U)f A large number ol Freih Rooaten..'. Sprlbgen 1J to 10 FRUIT TREES At the l'OULTUY. lb 0I1 lleni per ,.., - 8 to 0 t 3 to 4 10 to , to II 49 38 Hardinsburg Nursery, l'or next fall delivery. Order what you want Anything wc haven't on hand, nc will procure It for you at the luwcit ratea. Manager Ilardlniburg Nunery. HARDINSUURO ,KV F. N, D'Huy Ojjii$Qvr lirtcktnrldge llanh, CLOVEKPOItT, FKATIIEU8. I'rlrae, white gone,. MlltUittttete tteeteet eettteett tttt U(J tiHIMMiiIHM No. 1. duck HIDES. Oreen, good...., Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheep iklni 48 W) WO tteetttt etetteeee 29 2&Q40 ZACK. GREEN, 1. S CJ )l 0 M 8 7M 9 24 80 SO YOUR JEWELER, WOOL. J. W. JARRETT, !! SB OLOVKRl'OrtT, KY. A. A. Simons, M. D. Physician p Surgeon KY. (Irtaie, lint Grtast, coant Alerlno...... 1. ............. .................m Hurry and C.ti y ..M.....i. .......... 32 20 & m 32 25 21 15 um 10 Q) 18 14 Claim & Pension Agent HAY, GRAIN, FEKD. on Lontivllle city Wo quote prloti Thoro's a hugo doal of comfort wharfi Sulior'a BiiiokorH articles ju-- in OATS. 33 34 erotmout. No, 3 oatt STEPHENSPORT, KY. in a ipu vW tw-- i. JU-r- -r . !)-- ... ja A.Mr'vmwmiiMtaMiKmrmMammKijB!oamiMimmmmmMmmmaL 'r i im wwiiMiiMMBMHm' .P""' rr.;-if- r r Breckenridge "'' Iwnilfciilil THEX News. 1(1, 185)2. BREIGKENRIDGR i' NEXWS, Win GLOYERPORT;, KY. Joliu M. Borntraeger. WKDN'KSD.VY, NOVKMBKIl ' LOCAL BREVITIES. Mr.-W- f . II. Jlowmcr wrnlto Owensboro n, iht) Cloverport Ablaze Henry Winter. J. Wlnti f IM HOT CAK13S CLOTH! FAT LEAN JUST RIGHT Irvington w.is well represented in procession. Mr. II. K. Young, of Louisville, wns in tho city Monday. John W. leGInty, of Derby, Intl., was In thu city Monday. Burning With Enthusiasm, Tho Mr. Samuel L. Hulzcr, of Cnnielton, Citizens of Tho City and Sur was iu tho cily yesterday. rounding County Paint tho Tho new Louisville & Henderson packet is named tho City of Now Albany. Town Rod, Where did you get that shirt? It was done up by tho Cloverport Steam Laun Tho Hon. Otis. W. Hiehardson,of Giik-to- dry. WE 010 HOWL, AND DON'T YOU was in tho dty lust night mid helped Squire J. W. Jarrctt and SherifT J. II. us ratify. Rlggs, of Stcphcnsport, weio In thu proFORGET IT. o nt I Ialihurg wherever cession. Tho that may bo will bo discontinued after Mike Jungling spent Sunday in Kvnns-vill-u the tJOth. among his old fiiends, returning A Night of Hilarious Joy and Many Frank Bcnvin went to Sample Friday Sunday night. to survey some and for Mrs. Hunter Heavy Heads in Mrs. Chas. Crist, and children, of near that place. Rome, Iud., aru visiting her sister, Mrs. Bring your clothes to tho Cloveriwrt Rob'U Peak. Steam Ijiundry. All work guaranteed w iso, werowith us. Dr. Chapman, ediMr. Ullmer, of tho Fulton Avenue to give satisfaction. tor of tho Louisvillo Christian A(lvo FriRrewcry, Hvansville, was in tho city catf, by appointment of tho committeo, Tho World's fair to those whose minds day "sctten em 1141" to tho boys. took tho placo usually oFsigned mo on nro easy because they trado with Sulzcr's Mike Lyddan, Jim. Stewart and CiilL Tho ratification of the election ofClove-lun- d conference occasions, at eleven o'clock, fair dealing mid fair prices. Mattingly, of Webster, were in tho city nnd Stevenson in this city last'night on Sunday, viz: at thu Christian church. If your cook objects to tho spices you yesterday and helped us ratify last was the largest thing of tho kind that With select ones of tho c6nferonce,it was nro using try those at Sulzer's. They night. ever transpited in tho county. Fully my pleasnro to hear, for (he first time, really have the spice of life. Miss Katie Boyd and Miss Irene New-so.'1,000 people, men women nnd children, tho Doctor, nnd his sermon, in compariMosely, manager of tho rell-vill- e Mr. M. visited their brother and sister, Mr. on foot, in carriages and on horses were son with many wo aro forced td hear, wos Association I'ellville, and Mrs. Frank Boyd in lust in line, shouting, howling, blowing tin as a sllco of watermelon In comparison to ' , Ky., was in the city Monday. week. horns ami praising the names of Clevepumpkin rind. How I do envy preachMr. Alex. Cuiniiiings, editor and Ixuiisvllle, Ky., Nov. 8, 1M) land and Stevenson. Never within thu ers who bring no unbeaten oil to the the Derby Game Bird.wns in the Mil. J. I). BtiiiiAtiu: history of Cloverport was there such a altar! Whilst I'm at this point of criti cily yesterday mid Inst night. Find inclosed $1.00 for paper. din and noise. Thu bands and the mu- cism I'll note another sermon of the Henry C. Hands. Rtsp't, sic were hardly in it at nil, and thu lusty If C. Richardson and Arthur Hayncs the same Sabbath at thu Baptist of I'lilon Star, came dow n yesterday and I. S. Send me a farm or something pounding of bass drums and the high church. Dr. G. C. Kelly, of Owensboro, did their part of thu howling lust night: of that kind us a ptizu notes of the cornet were drowned in tho whoso health has been recovered since Hkuk. Somo 0110 took my hat yells of thu small boy and tho howls of ho went from Louisville, pieachod a ser Lay by something for rainy days that is, buy one of those storm coats ntb'ulzors from thu rack at the Cloverport Hotel tho unterrified. mon that would rank witli those of Chan-ninMany Republican took part in tho pamid have it handy for tho cold, stormy Tuesday night, and left n Derby instead. or Hushnell, or Chapin, or Wads-wortI will be obliged if the one having it will rade, and hallowed as heartily for tho fall days of Philadelphia. Is there a felicireturn it to me at the XkwhoHIcc. It has president elect its did tho most enthusi-acti- c ty comparable to hearing n discourse Miss Nannie Collins treated her Sun. T. Dugger written on tho lining. Democrats. It was a meeting of which tjgay bo likened to a rivulet day School doss and a number of little A. true American citizens, patriotic to the gleaming in gurgling flow, and swelling llu- - trust-- . friends to a candy party last Saturday core, and nothing but joy seemed to preAt all times tho roso has enjoyed from increment of contributlvo streams evening. favor as n sacred flower. Moham- vail, men who had been personal ene- to tho volume of a river, mounting off to Mr. Will Clayton, of Owensboro, wns medan tradition says that when Saladin for years and not on speaking thu tide that ebbs nnd flows in courtesy the guest of his brother, Dr. J. M. Clay- captured Jerusalem ho refused to enter mies terms, fell into each others arms and to continents? Kelly puts forward the ton .Siturdiiy and Sunday, leaving Montho hhriiioof the teuiplo which had been Demotext, in statement nnd elucidation nnd couverted into a church by tho Crusaders embraced, Republicans grasped day for his home. till tho walls hail been thoroughly crats by tho hands and Third Party peo- criticism nfter tho manner of lecture room Mr. W. L. Archer, of F.kron, was in ple mingled their voices witli the shouts instruction, until the point or period of cleansed and purified thu city last week visiting relatives. similar story is told with rosowator. A of joy. of tho Church of St. gencialization comes; then he swells into Miss Lydia Graham, his niece, accompanSophia, at Constantinople when transThe procession formed at tho upper oratorical acclaim so naturally and ied him homo to spend n few days. formed from a Christian place of wor- wharf and when thu torches, transparsmoothly as to cause tho hearer o feel ship to a Mohammedan mosquo. The encies, floats and people were nil in line, A few more of those real sharp tacks lifted with him iu n balloon over the at Sulzer's, just thu thing to mutter over origin of tho rose, according to Moslem it readied almost from one end of the tree tops toward clouds that yield,through tradition, is that thu blood of tho prophet the carpet and keep you auaku while sprang into now life in this glorious city to thu other. Kvery prominent their openings, a vision of the empyrean. while you walk with the baby. crimson fiower. To this day, when n street was paraded, and when tho march No scream or snort or yell offends the George Itoyd went to Ijuisville lust Turk sees 11 roso lying on tho ground, ho stopped at tho lower edgo of the city, a ear, no attempt at compensation for Thursday to ratify witli the Ixiuiswllo will ralbo it tenderly, kiss it reverently hugu bonfire was kindled and speech-makin- g of thought by fume or fuss. He Democrats Thursday night, lie came and deposit tho frail blossom iu some and tnore yelling was indulged has no tenrfiilnesaof voice in nfTcctation back with a flue silk plug, thu result of place of safety. iu thu night thu crowd disper- of the pathetic, but through analogies of in. Tho followers of Zoroaster liavo 11 the-or- y sed and many sought their beds to sober nature, providence, experienco and Scripmi election guess. that prii r to tho existence of sin in up, whilo others held thu streets all ture, is homo forward by tho phylosophy Miss Liziu Ricketts has just returned tho world tho toso was n thornless fiowfrom Ixiiiisvllle, where she has been er. In tho east it is 11 tradition to this night. of his tlicmo to sequence satisfactory to day that tho burning bush in which tho s dresssowing for Mrs. (Mover, n tho imaginative reason. Tho logical or IN OUR BOAT maker, on Fourth street. Call on her angel of tho Lord appeared to Moses discursivo understanding is displayed so was n rosebush, whilo in tho Roman and see the style of the but dress. incidentally as not to suggest argumenCatholic church thu roso still retains no Mr mid Mrs. James Rill and Mr. and little element of tho sacred character Is Where Wo at Last Havo Placed tation or prompt to questions, and one listens to his word ns if gazing at the Mrs. Henry TiniiiH, of Hardiiisbiirg, were which it would upicnr to havo enjoyed Arthur Board, the Great Joker. milkyway or beholding thu rainbow. thu guests of Mr. mid Mrs. .lames S. Tin-iu- s in all religions. New York News. With a lady friend I walked nway from at thu Tiuties residence above the 111: nr.u.s 10 it nunicv, Kliliinplni; In Auntrullii. that hour's ministration of thought nnd mid Sunday. city Saturday Tho Sydney Truth telU of doings in sentiment as from viewing mirrored Mr. Grant Chimes went to Mauekort, western Australia which seem very like forest beauties in one of the In last week's Nkws it was noticed Iud , his home last week to visit his tho "bluehbirding" that has been going wo published an account of tho lakes of Florida. that parents and oto for Hen. Harrison. He on among tho Gilbert islands latel- yNow, hero I am off in criticism of of Arthur Hoard by some found his relations all well mid cheerful term means tho taking away of natives fiiends, instead of giving account Of conin shiploads to work in foreign lauds Cloverport young ladies. but since his return he lias learned that system which under Now tho facts were just as wu stated ference proceedings. 1'iner, of Chestnut the last cold snap hai knocked llenjipiin slavery.n Truth cnlls thois practically western Aus- tlieni, but it was all iu the spirit of a Street church, Louisvilh'f I henrd for the out considerably. tralian squatters "modern slavers." It of young first time. Ho is in The bridge over Goliagen creek two says that when tho squatter wants lubor-er- s joke. The girls did actually tiu Arthur ministerial manhood, nnd is of thu finest but it was all in fun. Ho is a great ho shuts Ids eyes to government regmiles above tho city on the river road is of physical, fibre in his wbolo make-ubeing repaired and there will be no more ulations and simply goes out ''muster- joker, always full of fun, and for two or mental and spiritual manhood. Ills sering." Ho raids a native camp, and "by three days, with his mischievous ways, crossing on it until done. The repairs tho aid of a conniving magistrate, who ho had nearly tormented thesu girls to mon did not indicate that his ear had will probably bo completed by Saturday may himself want to go mustering next caught tho enchantment of the song of night. R. S. Curler and James S.Tiuiues .week, entangles tho nutives into 11 form death, so they saw an opportunity to get thu forest birds of nrt and literature to somu ruvengo, nnd they got it. lArthur are thu contractors. of agreement purporting to bo n twelve stands in with thu Louisvillu reporters, tho degreo that Kelly's has; but there mouths' engagement." Mr James A. Stephens, superintendwere swipes of tho scythe blade of GosDesertions promptly follow, and rear- and never loses an opportunity to get ent of thu llarboursville, Ky., tchools, rest ns promptly furnished-- material tor follows desertion. "It somo joke on a Cloverport man when he pel power that formerly of Derby, Iud , was in the city isncouimon sight toseengiing of blacks, visits Ixiuisville, and gets It into thu bundles all along through tho field he Friday circulating among his old friends. chained by tho necks, being escorted papers, llenco this wns too good a thing opened to tho thoughtful. I studied him Jim is a solid Democrat, and came all from one prison to another by black po- to keep out of a Cloverport paper. closely through all tho varying phases of tho way from lUrboursvillo to Derby to licemen us deserters." It is alleged that Tho Owensboro Messenger Loulsvillo conferenco cngngonient, committee conthis system of kidnaping is in full oper- Courier-Journvolo for Cleveland. nnd tho Kvniisvillo and sultation, social, conversational feasting, ation iu western Australia. 1 Sheriffs DcJcaucttu and Glasscock passHenderson papers copied tho piece In as well as pulpit service, just becauso couldn't help It; but I did not get at the ed through the city Monday eu route to dead, hard earnest, and Arthur was havIII111 Itmiml. Tluit last analysis of tho man. Ry all tho cuntho Ivddyvillo penitentiary with the folA miser was at his Inst gasp 'Ho is ing somo trouble straightening up things lowing naineil prisoners: John Kodgcrs, unconscious," said his wife. when ho sent us thu following telegram : ning of my talk I couldn't turji him inside out. Ho is provoklngly suggestive colored, two years, for shooting at his "Wu will see," said thu doctor, "do Ky., Nov. 12th. in expression of his countenance, nnd Iu brother with intent to kill; Hill Demi, at onco to thu chemists for this elixir; RiiixKKMtiiKii: Nkws, Clpvorport, Ky. refrain from Impulsive responso to uttercoloa-d- , five years, for attempted rape; it only costs a hundred francs." Teieraph Coprior-.Iournat once "Too dear!" gronin tl tho dying man. ance of tho demonstrative, of reserve Marion llntshear, white, fourteen mouths published y was all that that article Croix. u joke written hv my frjends. That you mental .force. Ho economizes expresfor stealing money. The criminals are had no idea of its getting out of tho sion through no mcro caution, hut' in prufrom the Rig Spring, Hanlinsbtirg and An Ationloln of llrnjiimlii WrU county. dence that I envy. And, so, I'm oil again Garfield neighborhoods respectively. When Benjamin West, thu great Aimiuit IloAitD, In personal criticism. Christian AdvoAmerican artist loni iu Pennsylvania Clias. Durham, one of thu strongest Not wishing to do our old in 171(9 was n little boy, one of his cate'. ' d Republicans in thu mid school fellows tempted him to 11 holiday jokey friend any injustice, wo hastened county, was in the city Friday and Sat- from trap mid hull by promising him a Political Prdphecyinff. to tho telegraph olllco and wired thu urday, lie takes thu defeat of his party rido to 11 nulghlwrlng plantation. "Here J that it was all if joke" nnd tho corPreviously to tho assembling of the iu his usual pleasant .sty lu mid willingly is tho horse bridled and saddled," said rection appeared iu tho .Sunday paper. National Convention that submits to the will of thu people. Ho Ids friend, "so come Kt up lKthind 1110." Hoard has a fertile mind and wu tremrespectively, Harrison and Clqvehind for obligated himself to raiso fifty acres of "Uohind youl" cried Uonjainin. "I will sit behind noliody." "Oh, very well," ble in our boots for fear that wo may tho Presidency,, Row Dr. J iL, Cottrell .corn In November and December and replied tho other, "1 will ridu behind meet up with him tho next time wu go was asked his opinion concerning the will deliver near load of roastin' ears iu you; so mount," Ho mounted accord- to IQuIsvilK'. Wu know that ho is layt'lovarport on tho !nl d.iy of December ingly, nnd away they rode. "This is ing for us. Just so that hu don't have nomfnatloriB. Ho answered that Harriconsigned to John C. Castle. He thu last ridu I shall havo for somo t lino," thu truth published on us wu aru alright, son would bo nominated on the first ballot by thu Republicans, nnd that Clove-lau- d il with Force said his companion, "Tomorrow I nm to irrigate thu h is would bo nominated by thu Demoto bo apprenticed ton tailor." "A tailor!" but tho truth whatpinchesHomu times Hills. exclaimed Benjamin; "you will Mirely crats. PurticH with whom ho woh talking, Mr. M. J. Brlggs, of Chicago, was in never bu a tailvrl"" "Indeed 1 shall,' him how experienced iolitic!ans, THREE PREA0HER8. thu city several days last week iu the in- continued tho boys "It is a very gooa ho could so predict, considering the fuet Davis k Rankin Building trado. What do you intend to be, terest of thu Now YOTk- had instructed for anand Manufacturing Company. They aro "A painter." "What sort of Rev. Br. J. B. Cottrell Thus Writes of that other? Thu Doctor replied: "Muko a 11 trndo is that?" "A painter," said tho contractors and builders of creameries, noto of my prediction, gentlemen: CleveThreo of His Ministerial Brethren. and his object is to start a creamery iu Quaker boy proudly, "is tho companion land will bo nominated on the first bal of kings and emperors." "Now you this city. This Is an iuduttry that is must bo surely mad," said tlio embrylot by thu Democratic convention; nnd he greatly needed hero. U would be it vast onic clothier; "thoro nro Tho Louisville Confi renceof thu M. K. will go back into tho Presidency ns on neither kings benefit to thu city and surrounding coun- nor emperors in America." "Ayo," said Church, held Its recent session at thu wings of a cyclone?" The Doctor try. It would furnish a good home mar- young Wost, "but tltero nro plonty In Cainpbi Usville, Ky., llishop Fitzgerald frequently said t would be 11 landslide; ket to thu farmer for his milk, and maku other parts of tho world. And do you prckliling. Tluru vrasu full attendance and hit never onco weakened in, his con1 the keeping of cows much more profita- really Intend to bo n tailor'' "Indeed of tho pri achers of thu 1 ficctivo list, and fidence. Hu gave his reason for assurble than It Is at thu present time. It is do. "Then you may rido alono," cried a reasonablo quo to of lay delegates. to bu hoped that Mr. Brlggs will receive tho futuro president of thu Natlonnl Numbers of visiting brethren of other ance. tho proper encouragement and that thu Academy of Ureut Brituiu. "I will not Return my hat to tho Nkws ofllcu and creamery will bu started in thu near rido with uny one willing to bo a tailor." conferences, who ministered acceptably and cfiVctlvely in tho pulpit ami other- - get yours. Now York Press. future A. T, Dugger. n, post-ofiie'. Monday. J. T, Ticruey lias returned from Gray-joKy. II. K. lngrnhani, of Bucyrus, 0., was ' iu thu city Monday. J Chnrliu Iltston, of Hardiiisburg, was in thu city vestordny. Clint Beauchamp, of Sample, lias been In the cily for several days. Till Groves, of Toblnsiiort, went to Cnunelton Monday, via the Texas. Mrs. Annie Burrltt, of South Dakota, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jas. K. Clinpin. Miss Clara Morris, ol Big Spring, Is the guest of Dr. K. L. Hayes and family this week. Mrs. L. T. Williams, of Owensboro, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. A. May-hal- l. From the lively way thp people are buying them one would tfiink this was an Overcoat year. Wig made up a very big assortment and can show the most th most complete stock of wraps for Men, Boys and Children in the city, at all and any price. Don't fail to talk "Overcoat" to us. Oiir Overcoats arc going. EEEMen skkkkkkkl HATS BIG LITTLE- JUST RIGHT I EHeads if Julius Winter & Co., eO!d Xfolitxble" GLOVES big LITTLE JUST RIGHT Clothier Louisville, Ky SIROCCO. Hands 1 Cor. Third and Market, I v kkkH mt IT IS ALL OVBB. PRICES BIG IFOIEesss-i- s m pub-lislier- after-noon.- g, h, ar Rting on some more doctors. Dr. Baxter Is very low witli typhoid fever. Charley Morgan has jiut returned from Hiintsville, Ala. Dr. Burch is moving to his new home above Louisville, and Dr. Winder to Concordia. Mr. William RhodcB moved to just in time to logo his vote, hut didn't lose his office. Mr. Rnnco Prnther stamped his cross under every device on his ticket liberal old man. Ho beliuves In going the whole hog. The election passid off quietly at our voting precincf, Paynesville. It wi s right amusing to hearn man now and then, tell of his mistnko nfter leaving tho voting room. Mrs. Jumes Hnynes nnd daughtcr.Miss Eila and Mrs. Mnrthn Hayncs, of Oak Grove, Mrs. Current, and Mrs. Bell Hickman, of Sirocco, spent election day with Mrs. John Hnynes. When tho election returns reached Sirocco, Gcorgo Bewioy's melodious voice broke forth in( joyous song as follows: urg LITTLEJUST RIGHT - Purses, 1 .AJl? SULZER'S 35Z-y- J JlCTrerpoxt, D -- I V '. 1 H AF' V? . Weaver' ileait anil IlarrUnn'i dying, elected, the rooster' flylnc. mea-grene- ss first-clas- Having visited your littlo city recently, and being requested by one of your townsmen to writo from this place, with your permission, I will join your band of correspondents, though this Is not a newsy place, and tho merry sonjjsti re having flown to Ihminer climes, nothing but tho soft, and mellow music of mingled witli tho Indian hoo-a- h, melody "Hoo-al- i, is left to cheer us nlong life's journey till the birds and roses como again. Then when tho snows have melted away, thol returning sqWhtcra make the wolkin resonant witli tulirBwcet enrols, and Cleveland takes tho seat ho erstwhile occupied in tho White-Houswo will raiso three rousing cheers for tho Australian ballot system . hoo-ah,ho- o," e, The Lick Obncrvntory, California, has tho largest teli eropo in tho world. Corbott, of California, is said to be a This ac- graduate of Lick University. counts for tho enso with which ho licked Sullivan. Success is Bomctiincs acci- "? dental, but tho reason wo nro always, busy, is becauso our entiro Btock is bright and now. Yours anxious to pleaso. semi-tropic- $4,000. Mrs J. C. Brashoar Gots tho Full Amount of Her Husband's Insurance. The dnmago suit of Bettio II. Bras-heagainst tho American Acccidcnt Indemnity Association was decided In tho Common Pleas yesteiday tho jury returning a verdict for tho plaintiff for f 1,000 thu full amount of tho demand. Mrs. Brashear's action was founded on a policy of lifo insuranco taken out by her huibuud, James C. Brashear. Ho was afterward killcd,as the defcndenU claim-d- , while engaged in nn occupation the risks of which were not covered by tho policy. The jury did not think bo, how-ove- r, and guvu judgment for tiio full amount of the demand. Louisville Commercial. ar white-cappin- g B. P. BEARD & 4 CO.,- - tho-p'rlm- o HARDINSBURG, KY. p - L ' "i .. xsi ft - s 1DDDD bald-heade- d best-nuture- - C'-- pro-jxw- - Halt Uciirlnc fur l'urm Vehicle. Tho advantages of bull bearings nnd imioir i:arjr. pnoumntie tires havo been rocoguized by A Metropolitan riilloiojilirr. "Thanks," remarked tho star boarder manufacturers uml liders of bicycles so pussongor with longhair and short to tho landlady at tho tublo, "but 1 don't Tho long that the wonder is, not that tlioso trousora had been figuring industriously caro for union butter." apfrlctlou saving devices havo been on thu back of a soiled envelope ever "I don't understand you," said plied to trnclf sulkies, but that thoy wero sinco tho train left tho Battery. He was landlady, with an unctuous Binllo tho of not utilized on nil varieties of jight evidently deeply Interested In somo prob- doubt. ago. of tho lem. Two or thrco of tho other passenWheels vehicles long "No?" responded the boarder pleasblcyclo pattern can bu made as strong as gers remained with lilm in tho car until antly. "In union thero is Btrongtb, you necessary. The pnoumnlio tiro passes vSovciity-Bccon- d street was reached. Ho know." Detroit Prco Pross. easily over tho uneven surfuco of n road kopt his pencil moving all of tho way up way, helping Itself over obstructions by town, nnd when ho stepped out on tho Trinity collcgo, Cambridge Englund. Its elasticity. It U bettor than springs 'station platform ho hold up tho onvolopo has nn autograph letter of 8Ir Isaac for mnking a vohlclo "rido onsy." on which ho had been figuring mid exNowt'on, which tho curators of tho instiIt is estimated that thu combination of claimed: "I havo just mudou most In- tution bought in 1880 for $315. bull bearings 111 id pneumatic tires added teresting dlseovory. I trnvol moro than from two to three secouds to Ninuy 0,000 miles on this elevated railroad Amurath HI killed five of his brothers; his mother in grief took her own Hanks' speed by lessoning tho draft of each year, and 1 have never had my I go over tho road four times life) and ho was shortly after taken oft her Bulky. A gain' of such a largo percentage iu lightness of draft will bu ap- a day, except Sundays, between Seven- - by polsdn. preciated by owners of rood roadsters, . street and tho Battery or RecCheckers or draughts wero known to and now that their attention has been tor street. That is about six miles a cullod to it tho time cannot bo fur dismiles a day, and tho ancient Egyptians, and pictures a trip, or twouty-fon- r 4,000 tant when thoy will want pneumatic for 800 days it amounts to just 7,200 111" years old represent a quarrel over iMtmn tires and ball bearings on thoir buggies. miles a rather Significant flguro, conpuoumatio tiro will not reach tho sidering that I livoon Boventy-eecon'- d Tho farm wugon, for it cannot stand rough Btrcet. usago, but thcro would seem to bo no "About threo times each week 1'mako reason why the ball bearings should not an extra trip from Rector street to bo applied to vehicles of that class. Tho Forty-secon- d street and back. That is Act Directly on tlicOvcr. cunn vuttxs asd irtTin.uiirinu, chango would work a great saving in eight miles a day for ICO days, which SincUtiDxtiHB, Siuoci Couo, CoMiTir. horseflesh and in time, for it would amounts to 1,248 miles. Then I avorago tiuk, KatraiTiix, rim, rMnrtTtoA mako posslulo tho hauling of heavier twolve miles at least in my Sunday or tub JIiibt, DuaniiM, Tona J.iyRW, Coated Tosant, SiEinrHxtit, ahbaij. loads. pleasure rides, for I usually go to both Pusiut or thb Liven akb StonMir. II With tho march of thoso Improve- onda of the road. That would make you do not "fcil Tt ry wall," a lingto fill ments will como hotter roads. Tills Is 0S4 miles more, which, added to the t'mn'tc the ftomtch, rcntorta whocis,.and the gentleman tho ago of other total for the year, gives a grand tba t!tMtlle.1raiurtlfortQtliritMu. Ttx-- r tun (il dtuaKi i:Ua mirfe. Ott I driver, tho fanner nnd tho bicyclist will total of 9,173 uillw.M New York Timoe, bKbLKRSMJVKK riLM. soon be in leugno for improved highways iMduydrtwirljtt. I:mdfw!tiilr, in city nnd country alike. Minneapolis gCLUCBMMKDICIKVI Tribune, Sellers' Liner Pills. . V IwJ-tla- ) thrt-btklo- .