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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 brc1892112301_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "f MLLLALI -- TtV"t" 3 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEV VOL. XVII. CLOYERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1892. NO. 18. a r Irvington Milling woro tho mon and womou ho hhd in- COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. Merchant and Custom Millers, Grain Dealors and Manufacturers of tho Highest Graces H IM a o m Ik 1 H k B ml s$8els&s"f7& Aft,9Watssltj.ffi(! fist' S. ISfScM OK Roller Process :Enx-0"cr:E- 3 Roller Process . Oorz. ZMZeaO. cKSfei& A?Wlfcn!l an! aous' riches of ire vain . f1'ifcyRjiIffl Etfs1i&-,tS8SI vited to his Thatikf giving dliinerl Thoro was tho doctor, fairly bubbling over with mirth nnd good humor; nnd tho 'swcot singor, with n roll of music under Ills arm; aud tho editor of Tho Uazetto, pompous in tho knowledge that ho, and ho only, was tho author of that sublimo article, "Whither Aro Wo Drifting?" and their wives wero with them, nnd tho other men who had been invited wero thoro with their wives! It was ovidontly a conspiracy to humble and crush and wreck tho lifo of Theophilua Wardwoll. For a moment ho seemed disposed to slam thu door in their faces, but ho arrested tho motion of his arm. Then it looked as though ho would turn looso tho simoom of his wrath, but tho words died on Ills lips, and ho ended by inviting them nil to walk In, smiling sardonically, and "ovory ono know that somo ono had blundered." IIo led tho procession into tho parlor and then called his wife, who joined him in a mnzo of bewilderment. And whon tho guests wero nil seated, equally stupefied with wonder, Mr. Wardwell faced them and raid, with magnificent sarcasm; "Altl And so you havo coiuo in to my invitation? 1 regret to say that you havo come too Into to partake of my turkey or pio, but you havo como in timo to tench mo n valuable lesson. After this, when I want my friends W call on mo on Now Year's, I'll ask them to como on Christmas; if I desiro to sea them on tho Fourth of July, I'll nsk them to visit mo on Easter Sunday, and whon I want i gathering- on Thanksgiving day I'll specify Oeorgo Washington's birthday as tho dato for tho assem- ' HOW DID YOU GUESS ON INDIANA? Everybody uow knows HOW Indiana went, but wo haven't yet found out HOW much. When wo do, we'll lot you know. In tho moan timo tho TARIFF'S ALREADY OFF and all tho Olotning in our houso. Como or write quick. LEVY 5 'fc W , of5.Wo&v I blage "Tills is Thursday, ladies and gentlo-meWell, hist Ftiday Mrs. Win dwell In Temporary Quarters, 321 n. West Market, LOUISVILLE, KY. Bran, Shipstuff and Ample capital, tho best quality of grain and modorn machinery, v &;' skillfully handled enablo us to pro- 1 J duce results unsurpassed. Orders promptly fdlcd and careful attention givon to CUSTOM WORK. A -!- III - lTH - ..I.I ... ... ..I MISFIT THANKSGIVING. DY WALT MASON. For any further information call . a feast of reason and n flow of soul, and havo only a waste of lonoliness and woo. I don't understand it." Tii'v), on or address tho Copyrlslit, 1S92, by American Press Associa- Vhkli navo ASlonlslicfl Tito llUcrntours of two hemihphercs. His erudition wnsn beautiful clement of a Wardwoll dinner; it furnished a solid background for tho frothy mirth of tho doctor, aud tho languishing songs of tho musician, and .u IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. tion.) U1...U...I. nuMwrn. u i ,w CHAPTER I. THE aOVERSOIl'8 rnOCLAMATION. . Ik. U sl"" cif jLlLc-fc- -' Thcso contleinen meatedJujilJonfcexpt4iilfiiifluthelt. Tho-ophll- who havo ..been cnu uiiii; . Few--Poin- ter v ' How to mnko your money go n long ways- to buy - your winter Boots ills? &: Siloes Men's Hoots for $1.25 wero sold at,$1.75 " " " 2.75 1.08 2.75 " box too boots for $1 .08 " A full Hno of shop mado goods. Tho Rattier Man Shoo 08c. sold for$1.50 Oood BubsUmlial Huff Shoo for $1.24 $1.75 sold lor Gent's flno Dress Shoo for $1.48 $2.00 sold for 1.75 Gent's Cnlf Shoo for $2.75 sold for .... .... - "Jim," said tho cdifofof 'TlioOazotto to tho blond foicmnn, "licro's tho governor's Thanksgiving: proclamation. Can you run it in today?' "1 reckon." "All riglitr 1 don't know of anything that would bo mora interesting reading to mo. Ami why? Becauso 1 understand Mr. Wardwell will invito some friende to diunor on Thanksgiving, and I 'ell you, .lames, thoro's no man now living can arriingoBUch njopust as tho urbano, genial aud aceompliHhod Thcophilus Wardwell; his diunors aro t wards; they beat tho dreams of professional lotus caters, and his Thanks-givin- g dinner will bo a revelation in roast turkey and a symphony in pumpkin pie." "1 s'poso you'll bo thore?" "If I'm not it'll bo becauso this poor, lisping, stammering tonguo lies silent in tho grave. IIo always invites tho samo people, and 1 am ono of them. When ho reads tho governor's proclamation ho will sit down nnd writo invitations to his chosen fi tends, nnd tho chosen friends will look forward to tho duy with longing." "Do you want to read tho proof when this is In type?" songs-with-ou- MW? "cr JB? WW BT,P2fw , mi llffi'W'J W & V fti . - "Po-- " r r3iot!fci.l!n.ef a Wo can not bo beat in styles and low prices. Overcoats. Trices knocked out. Heavy weight Overcoats for JI.-J-- , wortli Heavy woiglij. Overcoats for $1.08 wortli Heavy weight Overcoats" for $!M8 - "- worth Storm King's Overcoats for $5.18 worth Drees Overcoats for $7.M) worth $1.50 $1.25 $0.00 $8.00 $10.00 12.50 15.00 20.00 "DO YOU WAST TO KUAIt ntoort" " .... " "1 gucsn not, Jim: look it over yourself." And it was by this delegation of one of his important functions to a subordinate that tho editor of Tho Gazette filled ono homo with woo and created tho chaos which made thisnarrati vo possible ' fs , N - " ' $10.00 12.50 15.00 " " " Pi . 4 Ladles you will miss it if you do not visit our CLOAK DEPAKTMKNT and seo tho many different styles. You will bo sure to purchase at tiiq low prices, at 08c to $18.00. , i' Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. l'V nil re riLEiwswAYNE'8 4Bfpt.imit.T OCBS8. ITCHING PILES OINTMENT 'TW. rlthtHi.. K4bdr.Hl.u.rT See lkbbHgu'u beautiful overshirte. line of fall CHAPTER II. IUMi DF.SKHTKl). Tho stateliest turkoy that over inhaled tho puro air of freedom was ready for tho tooth of tho hungry. Tho noblest pumpkin that overgrow on a vino under a benevolently smiling sun had been to pics, and was also ready for tho famishod, and tho board fairly groaned with tho other sundries which appropriate constitute a thoroughly Thanksgiving diuncVout tho host, tho master of all Uio spidtdor, tl)0 designer of tho olaborato feast, was not happy. Tlioro was sorrow in tho heart of Sorrow nnd Theophilua Wardwell. anxiety and wondor hod absoluto con trol of him, and Ids wifo was weeping in tno suauowa, aim ino tuning room was filled with gloom. Tho dinner hour had passed and tho invited guests had not arrived. Tho remorseless clock on tho wall kept measuring off seconds with inoxorablo regularity, and still thoro canto no ring at tho doorbell. "Ruchel," said Mr. Wardwoll to ids sobbing wifo, "I'll wait just ten minutes longer, nnd then if our friends do not como wo'll "at all wo can and givo tho balanco of this feast to tho poor or send it to tho hcathon. It is a sorrowful old Thanksgiving day for us. Wo expected A IIANQUKT j "irs horridly, shamefully awful," moaned Mrs. Wardwell. "I'll never smilo again." "I wish you would novor groan again. Things nro bad enough without your lamentations. Lot us fall to; let us bo as gratof ul as wo may under tho circumstances. Tho tiino is up." And so that sorrowful pair sat down in gloomy grandeur aud nto as best thoy conld, but it was a mirthless banquet and soon over. Tho nbsenco of Mr. Wnrdwell's friends was tho most inexplicable thing in tho world. IIo was tenowncd as tho most graceful of hosts; his dinners wero poems; his wifo was charming; his homo was a marvel of comfort nnd conven-ioncWhen tho goVoruor's proclamation appeared in Tho Unzotto, announcing that tho 20th of November would bo as Thanksgiving day, Mr. Wardwoll, aftor duo consultation with his wifo, wroto beautifully worded letters to his frionds asking thorn to tuko din-no- r with him on tho eventful day to nso his own modest words, "Join mo in a Thanksgiving lnnch in my homo." That able man, tho editor of Tho Ga zotte, was invited. Who has not heard of tho editor of Tho Gnzotte? IIo it was who wroto tho btlrring artielo entitled d "Whither Aro Wo Di if ting?" which consternation from ocean to ocean, and placed thu writor upou tho pinnacle of famo at tho early ago of forty. It was customnry with Mr. Johns, tho editor, to reiKNit tho famous editorial from memory at dinner parties, aud in his reply to Mr. Wardwoll's invitation ho had explicitly stated that ho would deliver it, word for word, as it was originnlly written, immediately after tho dinner. Mr. Stiver, the musician, had also been invited. Von nil know about tho illustrious Mr. Btivor, who com loosed so many dolightful songs nnd sang them so irresistibly to enchanted nudieuccs. His picturo wus printed in tho local papers, and it is altogether unrcnbonablo to sup-pos-o that you "havo not seen it. Whon-ovo- r Mr. Stiver ato dinner at Mr, Ward-well- 's ho invariably rendered sovornl of ids most charming selections, nnd ho had written Thcophilus that nothing short of an epidemic would keep him away on Thanksgiving day. Dr. Shadloy bad also received an invitation, aud had answered that ho would do himself tho honor to bo at tho opioiuted place promptly, adding facetiously that ids appotite would bo concealed about his person. Tho doctor was tho most interesting and amusing story toller in tho civilized world. It was quite impossible to listen to ono of his anecdotes without being convulsed witli laughter, and sinco ho had mado tho Wardwell homo echo with merriment timo aful tiino again his nbsenco on tlds occasion was beyond all human understanding. Professor Snoll, of tho university, had been invited as well and had remained away, as had tho others. Tho professor mado Mr. Wardwcll's houao almost his homo. It was in tho littlo bluoroom overlooking tho garden that ho mado thoso admirable translations pf Horace cro-ate- "I'LL WAIT JUST TEN MINUTES LONaKO." wives, mm Euvurui uuiui. i;uiiiiuuil'h whii their wives had boon expected, nnd consequently it was no wonder that and Rachel Wardwell wore plunged in bittcrnoss when they wero obliged to cat alono. "It is tho most humiliating day of my lifo," said Mr. Wardwoll. "1 can only think of ono thing for which 1 should bo thankful, nnd that is that my business does not tako mo out of tho houso. I would bo ashamed to look a human being in tho faco if I had to go on tho street. Crying won't do any good, Rachel 'weop no moro, my lady, weep no moro today.' Givo tho servants instructions to dicposo of thcso viands in any way thuychooso, nnd then let us try to forgot this appalling occasion." And Mr. Wardwoll wont bravely to his library and endeavored to bury his sorrow by studying "titmint and curious volumes ot forgotten lore." CHAPTER THE COMINO t nii.nmi. In FiVt.).... . 41. n Ol.l. mill A Iiihyu imwiiw" p 4 ttiu im. .....I "excellent reason to Uvliovo Unit the fof-- and 1 had u somewhat wholesome ropnst prepared for you all, and wo waited and wnited for your coming until our hearts achod with disappointment, but wo should havo boon patient, I seo; wo wero altogether too hasty. If wo had only waited six days longer, you would havo boon with ns. A triflo liko six days would have caused us no Inconvenience whatever, but wo wero so thoughtless." Mr. Wardwell paused for breath, nnd tho professor took advantage of tho lull to say: "Thcro is somo gross misunderstanding hero. You invited us to oat Thanksgiving dinner with you, nnd hero wo aro. liut no for mo, I did not como to bo insulted." "You nro correct in saying that 1 invited you to como on Thanksgiving day. Thon why, may 1 ask, didn't you como on Thanksgiving day?" "Why," rospondod tho professor, in a dnzed way, "this is Thanksgiving day!" "Certainly it is," chorused tho doctor, and tho editor, 'and the musician; "this is Thursday, Nov. 20." . "No ono questions that," cried Mr. Wardwell, with bitter irony, "nnd to- - wj III. OK THE QUESTS. o. eign and unheard of count lies. The fact that his descriptions of tho mauuerj nnd customs of tho Hindoos and Bedouins nnd Malaya woro singularly truo to life is all tho moro remarkable becauso he had novcr been awny from his uativo villago, and a month or two after tho dato of this story ho received n personal letter from tho editor of tho magazine complimenting him upon his realistic description of tho burning nnd eating of a Euroiwan traveler by a cannibal. He wroto this story during tho sad days following tho wrecked diunor. For several days following that memorable fiasco of a dinner Mr. Wardwell led tho lifo of a recluse IIo was n regular contributor to a great magiulno, nnd his articles all treated of travels in for- lowing day will bo Saturday, tho 28th in fuct, 1 shouldn't bo surprised if Sunday turned out to bo tho 20th. Dut how do you make out that this is Thanksgiving day? Hero is Tho Uazetto, with tho governor's proclamation in cold typo, and it rende 'Nov. 20.' Does tho governor's proclamation count for anything, or is it meiely n vain ceremony an empty formality?" Uoforo any ono could speak a hollow groan was heard. It camo in all its intensity from tho lips of tho editor of The Gazette IIo was reclining upon n loungo, breathing with difllculty. Tho doctor rushed to his rescue with a caso of surgical instruments, but tho editor waved him away aud moaned: "Oh, what a misfortuuo! A malison upon that bilious, blear eyed foreman of mlnol To think that all this should como of allowing him to read a proof I Mr. Wardwell, and all of you," ho said, rising to his feet, "wo aro tho victims of a scrawny printer whom I intrusted witli tho governor's proclamation and tho rending of tho proof. IIo placed tho figures '20' where '2U' should havo beon. Mi? Wardwell nindo nil tho preparations on tho 20th, nnd wo, who probably never read tho proclamation, arranged to visit him on tho 20th. I can only Bay that as tho editor of Tho Qazetto I will discharge tho printer without a recommendation, nnd that as n man who has blood in his veins I'll either punch his head or perish in tho attempt." Whon tho editor's explanation was concluded thoro was an era of silence Then Mr. Wardwell turned to his wifo witli a ghastly smilo and said: " "Rachel, is thcro anything to eat in tho houso?" "Scarcely a thing." "Ladies and gentlemen, will you assist mo in devouring such lemnants of groceries as Mrs. Wardwell can consolidate into a dinner?" "Mr. Wardwell." said tho doctor, with emotion, "a bowl of water, witli a crust of bread, would bo a feast in your homo. Tho How of intollcct, sir tho flow of reason, as it were, Mr. Wardwell tho intercourse of kindred minds ntouo for all deficiencies in the material aw er in short, Mr. Wardwell, anything will do for a dinner, und wo'Jl bo doubly thankful today thut tho slight cloud which darkened tho horizon as wo camo In has given placo to tho sunshino of er to tho sunshino, Mr. Wardwell." CHAPTER IV. THE DI.NNE11, Benjamin Harrison tell Whitelaw?Keid that 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 jsay, that Grover Cleveland told Adlai Stevenson that it is a positive fact that he (fverheard Favorite Stoves end Ranges Soil easier ami givo PIQUA, OHIO, By tho and are ninile at better satisfaction than all others, Favorite Stove and Range Company, Who have the model stove plant of America, the greatest country on earth. PAYNE & CO., GloverporfcHSIy. CLARENCE Shorthand and M. GORDON, In Inttruitur Typewriting. ti Aim 'In connection with Weaver Ilimk-kIuir. mil Aritliniitlc. The Citah.im hj diem, C.illcrjpli iiml lUmlnittoii Tj writert. The only ColliK1 '" ",,! StuU of Kintiick Inilnrrcil by OI1UUI llmlntu College) lliel'irtt Ono J ear Kttutilinlii.il in iN;t, ami iliirlni; Hundred Sixteen Pupils uik for ll If, Wii;Lt)iniiiltn.illiiiiiliiiiii ii nu become competent to liotil oni. lttfirenctn Cliiirlcn A. (iriilmiii ami Clarence I!. Walker, tlic kaillnir (Mliciul Write to Sl.no(;ruplicr for Hie city. i or itii.uii;ui inetn lor inioriiiuiiun. were cnrnltul. Tliit u ttjilreii, CLARENCE Cor. I'ourtli M. GORDON, .1 MurkU Sir, KY I "WB AUE THE VICTIMS I'KINTKIl." OV A 6CIIAWNY WHEN YOU go to UiirdiuHburK call on K. 1 Mrs. Wardwell was inconsolable Poor woman, sho couldn't find relief by writing articles about pcoplo sho had never hoard of, and sho began to grow palo and was tilled witli a nervous horror of mooting anybody, and sho imagined that sho was tho laughing stock of tho town. Nearly a wook had elapsed, and her sorrow was as hoavy if not so hysteria as ever, when ono day thoro was nn enthusiastic ring at tho doorboll. Thore wasn't a servant in tho houso; sho must either open tho door herself or iiavo her husband do it, or leavo it unopened. Bho decided to adopt tho husband plan. Sho wouldn't havo opened it herself, for slip was morally cortain that sho would bo confronted by bomo heartless mockor who would shriek with lauglitor over her disastrous dinnor, and so sho called hor husband. That bravo man with a eovoro faco went to tho door nnd oiencd it, and fairly shook with rago and wondor, What manner of roilnod insult was tlds? 1. Standing beforo him, smiling as blandly as though thoy had never grievously and wantonly wounded him to tho quick, Thoy do say that thero nover was such a Thanksgiving dinner in all tho country ns tho oo enjoyod by tho guesta of Mr. Wardwoll. Tlioro was no turkoy, nor waa thoro a pumpkin pio, and consequently tho bill of faro wouldn't you. Dut tho lonely dinnor of noarly a week beforo becuino u topic of mirth and reminded tho doctor of nbout a dozen of tho funniest stories imaginable, so that tho ladios laughed until thoy cried. And tho musician fairly surpassed himself in singing that touch-lnjb.illad of iiia own composition, "When Mary to tho Dentist Uoos," which is now of world wldo celobritys nnd tho professor discoursed so udmira-bl- y of tho foibles nnd Idlosyncrnsios of tho second Ramesis that ho was voted tho most interesting speaker who ovor enlivened n Thanksgiving party; and tho editor of Tho Qazetto recited his famous urtiolo with unusual fervor, so that somo of tho lmllea wept ngaiu. The diunor lasted two houre, and whon It waa ovor tlioro waa hoard a ring at tho doorbell, aud who should st Mattlngly for tho best nines and liquors, A SCHOONER of brer and lunch nil fot 0 $$ & C "youii WAanH Am: it.iBr. two a wrxK.'.' routs at DOM-urn havo iloiio llio rhiln but flio foictaim of Thu (Jaruttu, wlwso doom had huun pronounced. Uo had como to call tlio editor away on important butdncfM, and it was tjitito alTecttng to bco that able man ombraco his miborditiato and way) "Your wagon nro raiaud two dollars a wcok. By ono of your blunders you caused Mr. Wardwull's dinner to bo a miitlit, but thcro Dover was a noble i dinner than 1 haru had today," 1 1 MA'ITINdLY' HARDINSBURQ, KY. " K J. W. JARRETT, U.S.CIalm & Pension Agent STEPHBNSPORT, KY, THE, BREGKRNRIDGR Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1892. NO D.A VlltCJII.O. HAnnAGK.Kdltorsand Proprietor,. NEVWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. Latest U. S. Gov't Report JHBm iiiibiiiiiiiiiiiiihbIbhbv AVAVAHB THAlfKSQtVJXQ hns occn set npnrt ns n day of Thanksgiving. Looking bnok over tho past tho peoplo of this country lmvo much to be thankful for. At no ttmo in tho history of tho country hno tho people been moro prosperous than now. Our country is united nnd pence reigns ovor tho land. Not only nro wo nt penco among ourselves, Lift with nil tho world. When n country eo great ns this nnd having such largo nnd diversified interests to subserve, stand united in feeling and good fellowship It is much to bo thankful for. The business Interests of our country, havo in somo localities, been interrupted by occnslonnl strikes nnd other diflcr-enec- s between capital nnd lnbor, but upon tho whole, no serious interruptions havo occurred. Tho peoplo movo on, and nil of our public institutions nro on npcecc-fu- ll footing. A spirit of general development and prosperity is seen on every hand. Wherever tho people nro energctis and ontorprising you will find prosperity. Whether in tho North or in tho South, an Allwiso Creator hns so shaped our country ns to mnko it habitable, and the seasons nnd the climnte to suit peculiar conditions. No ono who is blessed with health ncedcoinplaln,therc-fore- , of lils surroundings. Itut rather nil of us should feel thankful for our verso at times, nnd if in our power to better them to try to do so. Tho farmer, tho merchant, the lawyer, the tradesman, should nil pray ami give thanks for tho season of prosperity that surrounds tliem. How about your home Can you call around you, nt your fircsido nn unbroken family 7 Has God spared you and yours unto this good day. Have you the comforts of life? Has no sorrow entered your hearts, and is the family chain unbroken, if so, be thankful. Across the way your neighbor may not seem so happy apparently as you. Sickness and sorrow, and possibly death, may have crossed his threshold, nnd his lot seemed a hard one, but wo nro told that the workings of Providence although mysterious, nro id ways for the best, nnd we should therefore be thankful and contented. The News upon this good day looks back over the year just passed and finds no reason to grumble. Our patrons have been liberal, nnd we lmvo tried in nn humble way to servo them as. best we could. Our iiini hns been to gather the news nnd give s tho public n weekly newspaper. As the time nnd the occasion requires we shall continue in tlio future to meet nil demands upon us, and regard our obligations in this line of business. Tor the present, however, we shall prepare to take n day ofl tomorrow, and take turkey and other good things along with tho rest of mankind. to-dafirst-clns- Tiiiiki: thousand Tammany Democrats will nttend tho Inauguration of Clovelnnd. Highest of all in Leavening Power. The llomcsten.1 strlko is off. Tho old employees nro nnxioua to get their places The ltepublicnns may have a show in 1012. Landslides come you know every H.utDixsnuiio sent down a full delegation to our ratification, nnd they all went home well pleased with tho proceedings. Wi: distributed among our subscribers last month premiums valued at S6U70. Thoy ranged in prico from 15 cents to $5. Wo find thnt It pays to bo liberal. W U H Mall and I.. A:T. I.ocnl I,S.Krpren going EutTlrao Cnrtl. a.m. nxrreu ooeai freight ' " " " " West West Eait Kst Weit 10.01 -- 10.44 6.57 - 9.4 11.19 ..10.05 a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. UTiii SL I T M fML,A Blrla VM DMung fT0 i Ju . trlM .jftu j - il f 4 eilir.:. .rWWBIfc UkMiJj K W 11 l IHHI . H lll ' ' IH H - CUAXdB OF A DO II ESS. When ordering addrett of your paper changed aheayt give the old at well at the new addrett. Alwayt give pott' office, Musty and ttate. If your paper it not regularly, notify v. r( ABsounsur pure Official Vote of Breckenridge County. f Mm& MmniHHiMK MffiwW &$m IMHi Tr r '. $S$jb i m H ? tend in on order fur line tultcriher pleate allow ut a week to get the name on the lit! uuil paper ttarted before you write u complaint, me we are tery much eroieded mow. HfnMMl If you Do not forget to male your renewaU in time. Watch your direction tag and tee when your ttriptioa expiree. The next Jjc copy of titer ft, and you ehould not mitt a einglt Send of TUB ttltBCKB.VHWOB NEWS. advance to male your ordert at leait a ceek in tl montht will It full Seekeus after tho spoils should mnko hnsto slowly. From tho way Mr. Cleveland talks thero Is no telling where tho pie will fall. Its not likely to bo tlio man with the longest petition. -- l'S 9 2- . . . J 1 I a 1 ! t t 1 1 i a & i i i . c . . ! WShM$WM SSrifei&Br ' " H fli f ""' may not tale It yet them on n toon The News prides itself on doing some If thero is anything in putting good Democratic the hands of tho peoplo wo certainly have aright to feel that wo did our part. good in tho late campaign. . i i i a teeek in every tnitance ; will I'or l'retldcnt at jnttille. CL.KVKL.AND SIX PAGES. ' WKAVKIl 1IIDWKI.I, HAItltlhON ?, 31 . i . . 2 3 42 13 14 4 2 2 2 M T? cy Jiija 1OT us 78 82 M 108 74 103 47 91127 330 r,i m 3i s.i 70 41 71 a) 119 13 7? IfJ t 01 81 U7l22la) 8 1 u 4 3 h 1 n 1 ii I '' ' j -- ' v ' -- ' :s:lrV f 5JL V ,- -,, S JL JlSS-- I 1 --scnr. . . k ... f VI , V t . kW ? 4 t;1 2. Yt Tiiev nro fitill rntlfyins over in When it comes tonnofT-han- d Delno-crati- c Ilcproentatlve In Conerctt ath. Dlit. A. II. MONTOOME1IY C. M.HAHNKTT M. K. OAHDNIUt, lfor Circuit Judge T. KVMclinATU. O. V. . . 152 81 80120 31 WJ. 33 42 14 07,130110 17 12 KM 73 CO 31 81 IT7 6 03 87 ttt 11U 1211 10 38 W W 11 ill I'i.eahk bnnr this in mind, tlmt tlio next President ia n Democrat. Oim Hepublicnn friends lmvo tlio tlmt time benls nil things. ratification speech, Gen. A. J. Gross is not behind thebestof them. Ho covers the whole ground, and does It in a short and concise mnnner. Head his sp'eech published in this issue. Tho Hon. J. S. Wortlmm writes to liavo tinnor wnt. to Frankfort. Kv.. nnd says, ' The lireckenridgo Shinty Demo crats nro to bo congratulated upon their grent victory on last Tuesday. They hnve always done their full duty." IiIh bTONK. . . . 117 210 78 80 8fi 111 00 03 45 M 121 2ns W, 32 107 81 8,123123.112 hoi cu, Ciothin; v".? '? ,"' tM" t H I'or Commonwealth'! Attorney W. S. CUIiM' II. W.STOY US'lW 78' 82 112,11 77 b7, Wi M 8108 101 71 102' 4rt 7U. 77.115 HV12T, Kl 43,122 IIaiidiksiiuku'h Tammany leader is Blit'litly disfigured, but still in the ring. Miu Cleveland's plurality of the popular vote is over 000,000. Just think of it. I'or Circuit Clerk It. S. .SKIM.MAN W.T.S. IIAI.L. ItllOIIKS. U'.T. CANNON V. K. noiW 147.118 68 . VJ 91, 87.110 I. (XII 'Jl Boots and n I'or Sheriff 78' 89 BuUO; 73 99" 49 l8, 80. irJ IT, 111 UB 112 I I I I 121239 CO. ft. I Thomas McClure, that veteran Democrat, seems to havo a cinch on the post-oll'ic- The women, God bless 'em, come in for theirshnro of credit for the grentDomo-crati- c victory. They felt the effects of tho McKinley bill every timo thoy went into a store to make n purchase, nnd they never failed to speak o.f it when thoy went home. Attorney General Garland is said to be desirous of securing his old place under Cleveland. Ktatca One of the happiest men in this section is Cas. Whitehead of Tobinsport. He is still Hopping his Democratic wings. Oun Kepublicnn friends arc not so much in Iovo with the Australian ballot as thoy were it few days before the election. Sunatoii Carlisle is of the opinion that tho financial nflairs of the country may milder an extra session of Congress necessary. Thomas Cannon tlio defeatetl candidate for sheiiirof this county, hasa good farm to fall luck on, but what about his conscience. The lntcst announcement among tho legislators as nn applicant for Federal ofd fice is by Mr. Severs, the and popular member from Ureckenridge. Mr. Severs wants to be Collectorof Itevc-nu- o in his district, nnd proposes to make nnd nggrcbsive light for the place. Courier Journal. clear-heade- Ajiomi the gentlemen already spoken of as candidates for the position of col Tun heavy pension payments still con- lector of Internal Ituvomic for this dis tinue at Washington. Last month tho trict, are tho names of J. I). Powers nnd amount paid for pensions reached nearly Judge Little, of Owensboro; Judge J. K. flfi.OOO.OOO Detnpsoy, of Madihonville; .Mr. Orendof, Mit. Carman tho leader of tho Third Circuit Clerk, of Lyon county; nnd tho party in this county lias ery little to Hon. D. II. Severs, our present Kcpro- say. Ho will now devote his time to sentative. Mr. Severs is well qualified for the position, has always been a hustlraising celery. ing Democrat, is a fine, jovial gentleman Aiu't. Gen. Gross was here last Tues- ami usually gets what he goes after. day and visited the Nuws olllee. If ho Ke.ntickv Democrats believing that wants anything from Grovor this time, they havo helped very largely to swell he didn't indicate to us what it was. the biggest majority ever given for tho Tub Third party people elected their National Democratic ticket in this councandidate for comity commissioner in try, aro looking out for good fat places Boyd county. This is tlio only suc- under Clou'Iand. A great number of cessful one we have heard of in the State, them arc, to my the least ol it. And why and the next ijuestion is where is lloyd shouldn't a Kentucky Democrat have a good position ns well as any one else. county? The State has been for Cleveland first, "(Jurat year for tho C's Cleveland, Inst and all the time. Connecticut, California, Chicago, Campbell, Croker, Corbett, Chnynskl, ChristoTin: end of the Peoples' party rainbow pher Columbus, and well, Christmas was first in Alabama, then in Florida, will soon be here. It's a great year for then in Arkansas, then in Georgia, crow too." then all over the United Slates. Now it is so faraway that it will take the chasers Tin: legislature now has under confour long years to get to where they think sideration the iiestiou of llxing the time it is. Itriglit.sunshiny, Democratic weathfor holding the Circuit Cojuts as pro- er will erace it from tho face of tlieenith vided by tlio new Constitution. It is before that time rolls around. thought that this will consume a great deal of time. Tin: News lias secured four lmiiilKoinii steel engravings, the retail price of which is $ir each. These handsome pictures tho Nkwm would like town hold over and will be numbered in our premium list is, our good friend and fellow-citizethat and given away to our .Mr. John 1'. llaswell, of Ilardiusburg. subscribers. Hy tho way, n premium to Hut he'with tall Other good Kopuhl cans every subscriber seems to strike everyi will havo to go. body, and subscriptions nre pouring innt a lively rate. O.nk of the happiest women in nil this land is Mrs. Elizabeth Stevenson, tho A new secret political organization, mother of tho new Democratic called tho Industrial Legion of the United She is past eighly-thrc- o years States was formed nt Memphis last Satof age,nud it is said, took u lively interest urday. It is made up of Farmers' Alliin her son's election. ances and Populists. II. K. Taubcneck, Tiiniti; nro already several applicants tho Populist leader, is n member of tho for tlio nt Ilnrdiusburg, but Hxccutivo Committee. yet it is difllc.ult to tell who is In the just KvEitYiionv was well pleased with lead. Thero nro two or threo Indies ratification. It was ono of tho among tho number, and they nro hustbest turnouts ever had In tho city, nnd valing for It lively too. rious committees and workers nro to bo The best public olllccs in this county congratulated on their splondi 1 work and lvo been held by Democrats for tho success. last ten yearn. At every election our op "Mi'u" Severn wants to bo collector of jtoncnts tell us to prepare to move, but tho Second district. ".Mug" is ns capable ns the returns show, the boys are still in- of filling the placo ns any man. And tho structed to "hold tho forte." News would like to seo him havo it. lireckenridgo will stand by him ton man. Tjikiik wrwn little sensation In I laws-villouo day last week when It hnd been A gigantic cotton combine hns been ordiscovered that unknown parties hail ganized at Memphis. It is another Alliand stolen n broken Into the court-hous- e number of Indictments. The Indictments, ance scheme under the leadership of Dr. it is said, were ngalnst tome of the best Mncutie. citizens of the town, charging them with Hon. James Montgomery, of Klizahoth-tow"oonU" playing, and violating the local will bo applicant for U. 8. District option law. Attorney's of llco under Cleveland. Oivi.no to n now statute on the subject, tho Court of Claims which convenes nt Tin: State tionsuror has funds on hand Ifardlnsbtirg this 'week, will be n slim amounting to n little over $l,:to0,000 and affair so far oh the general business of tho the General Assembly in happy. county Is concerned. Tho now law fixes tho time for holding this court in April, n Tin: many friends of Chnr-li- e nnd thoy will bo held at the same time Weaver would liko to see htm postthroughout the State. The magistrates master of LoiihIbvIIIp. therefore wilt only transneteuch business as they tire compelled to and adjourn unIn n few months thero will be several til April. Republican statesmen out of n job. No party can get tho- - support of the masses of tho voters by offices, financial rewards or other attributes of tlio spoils system. The wliolo people will bo satisfied with nothing less than the redemption of the pledges made to them collectively, the demonstration of wiso policies and tho giving of an honest governmet. Grover Cleveland In his speech lieforo tho Manhattan club, N. Y. merely-promising . from now there will ue n mnni-- r tti iiciinnnien I ill lie there ami no will Mr. Cleveland. The by thnt time Democratic candid itc will probably have rccovirtil I rum the fall he wlHet on election clay unlhrltntlv to be out. On that occailon I will iKnir aomueh t.illy over Mr. Cleveland that the nmttcntlitiDiaitir Dinmcrat will ay: 'When Mr. Cleveland dlen, thii but uptcch of I)ecw' .hall be hi epitaph." ' be remembered that Mr. Chnuii-co- y M. Depew inado n grent speech in Buffalo, N. Y., before tho election. And here is what he said: "I'll tell vmi what I'm JI"K l" I. Six week. It will And here is what ho said six weeks after at Delmonico's: attending the "I expected to be here ib.cquleii of a dlllni:ullitd friend nf mint', and prcp.mil a ciilnilum which would be hae tn the tplritnt the deceased. Instead, I di.i-ovc- r thatl lima Iliiiencr at a De nncral Hnd that the placcf nre inretinK 1 am the corp.e." ihaii;-d- . I j ' Lucas County. FitANK J. CIienev makes oath that ho is tho senior partner of tho firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay tho sum of ONK HUNDHKD DOLLARS for cm nnd every caso of Cataiiuii thnt cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Cataihui FRANK J. CHUNKY. Cuius. Sworn to before mo and subscribed in my presence, this 0th day of December, A. D 18S0. r --, State or Ohio, Citv or Toledo, Tumi: is one Republican kai i A. W. Gleason, Notary Public. post-mast- Sold by Druggists 75 cts. "hawesville. Miss Nettlo Morton, nged S3, died in Vice-Preside- post-oflic- o o n, Friday night. Miss Mnmlo Duncan represented Ilawcsvillo nt tho Satellites Hall. The Into wife of Judiro Win. Ireland, of F.vansville, was burled hero on Tucs day. Thero nro sixteen applicants, so it is said, for the post ollicu nt tills place. Congressman Kills has indorsed O. T. Duncan. Tlio ratification hero on last Thursday night was n big affair. Among tho prominent speakers were Congressman Kills, Circuit Judge elect, Owen nnd Judge Drown. Iowisport also ratified on' Friday night. Circuit Court adjourned here on last Tuesday after disusing of n light docket and a remarkable court it was. Judge Little especially Instructed his grand jury to Indict all .etuil liquor dealers for violating tho local option Inw, but tho jury, liko u grent ninny other people, seemed to think thnt they hnd a right to sell nnd disregard the instructions. Ho then called them up before him on Saturday evening, following, nnd summarily dismissed them mid oidered tho sheriff' to summon another. This being done Jury number two returned Boveral indictments mid then proceeded to stir tho town to tho center by indicting scores of citizens, buslncfs men nnd officials for indulging in tho seductivo gamo of "craps." Tlio court house wns entered on tho night after tho charges were returned nnd all tho indictments found by grand jury number two were stolen. Piles of Peoplo havo piles, but Witch Hnzel Salvo ill euro them. Short A Haynes, Clovorport, nnd Hcnrd & Bcolcr, Hnrdlns-burg- , Ky. Do-Wit- t's Mr. D. W. Fnirloigh, Louisville, wns hero Monday. Deputy Sheriff" Ilobt. Glnscoek wns L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. hero Monday. Speaking of his loss by OOINO WKST. Panenger Dally arr. Hrdlniburg..l2:42 p.m. firo Inst week, ho said, ho saved nothing. All of tho clothing belonging to his famooino riST. Paatongor Dally arr. HarJlniburg.. 7:50 a.m ily and overything they had in tho houso wns consumed by the Are. His loss w 111 bo upwards of $i,000. Ho hnd An inMr. II. O. Phelps, Louisville, was in suranco on tho property for $1,U00. town Monday. Tho Court o' Claims met Monday, but T. C. Lewis, tho jeweler, is receiving transacted no business on the account of his Christinas stock. nn nbsent member, Mr. Henry Dcnn. Mr. Charley Miller sold several hogs Tlio court mndo nn orderndjourningover hero lost week at G cents net. until Tuesday in order to give Mr. Dean Tho Court of Claims brought n good notico to bo present. Ono of tho impormnny people to town Monday. tant questions thnt will como boforo tho Mr. Win. Winobrinncr, of Inilsville, court this year, is tho levying of tho railroad tax; Tho matter was up and dishas'been in tho city several dnys. J cussed at length beforo tho court a year Our gent's underwear for winter is of ago, when thoy refused to make tho lovy the best quality. Hardin & Drown. It is not known what the feelings of the y In nnd see T. C. Lewis' flno Step members of tho court nro on tho questof jewelry, watches and clockB. ion nt this time,. Go to Hardin & Brown's and get what you want for your Thanksgiving dinner. An honest Swede tells his story in Mr. W. W. Vessels, who wns hurt plnin but unmistakable language for the sometime ngb, is nblo to bo out on tho uenelit oi tup public I "Ono of( my childen took n severo cold nnd got tho streets again. I gnvo her n tenspoonful of Hardin it Drown can furnish you croup. Chamberlain's Cough ltemedy, nnd in family groceries cheaper than any other flvo minutes inter I gave her ono moro. house in town. Dy this time sho had to cough up tho Thomas Itobcrtson was hero last Itcv. gathering in her throat. Then she went Sunday and preached nt tho Baptist to sleep and slept good for fifteen minchurch nt night. utes. Then she got up nnd vomited ; When you como lollnrdinsburgpleoso then sho went back to bed nnd slept Ho hns something good for tho remainder of tho night. call on T. C. Lewis. nico to show you. Sho got tho croup tho second night and Mr. F. X. D'lluy has moved his jew- I gnvo her tho same remedy with tho elry establishment, kept at Guthrie's, same good results. I writo this because back to Cloverport. I thought there might bo some ono in tho same need nnd not know tho truo Mr. Graham Kskridgo went to Louis ville last Saturday to accept n position, merits of this wonderful medicine." Chaiiles a. Tiiosii'sHK.v, Dcs Moines, with tho McIIonry Coal Co. Capt. Georgo Mercer ventured to Iown. 25 nnd CO cent bottles for snlo by town from Uossetta last Monday to get A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. tho returns from tho election. Jas. T. Ilobards will movo to tho Fulls of Dough next week to take chargo of Col. LaFayetto Green's largo plantation. THE VITRIFIED BRICK TESTS IN Dear in mind thnt T. C. Lewis is tlio LOUISVILLE LAST WEEK, lender in nil thnt appertains to jowclery, watches, clocks nnd musical merchandise. Give The Acme Company, of this City Mrs. T. X. Miller has moved to her The Honor of Furnishing the Best farm on the cast sido of town. County Sample. Clerk J. K, Monarch occupies the houso sho vacated. Last Sunday's Courier Journal gives You get moro Now Orleans sugnr from tho following account of tho test nnd it us for $1.00 than any other plnco In town should bo remembered thnt wo havo two Come nnd try us nnd Tjo convinced. Har- other largo plants horo thnt mnko tlio din &, Drown. same brick, though thoy had no sample Tho goods of Sliapinsky & Hyman in tho test last week: "Tho test of vitriwere sold last week by SheriffDeJernett. fied brick, carefully and exhaustively John Hyman was tho purchaser at tho conducted by City Engineer Mehlcr, hns been completed. Tho superiority of tho sum of $o'r. Stato Inspector nnd Kxnmlner, W. II. samplo from tho Acmo Vitrified Drick Gardner, wns hero n day or so last week Company wns pronounced nnd is n matlooking into tlio accounts of Jury Com- ter of congratulation, sinco tlio manufacturing plant is owned by Loulsvillo missioner Dell. Two samples wero tested for tho The many friends of Deputy Sheriff' Dobt. Glnsscock hero wero sorry to lenrn John Porter Company, ono styled the thnt ho met with tho loss of his dwelling "repretscd," nnd tho second tho "A." Oim sample of tho manufacture of tho houso by flro ono night last week. following wns tested: P. Dnnhon, O. W. Mr. 11. F. Deard and Coleman llaswell Chlpleyond tho Acmo Vitrified Drick wont to LouiBvlllo yesterday to lay in a Company. Following Is tlio por cent, of supply of Christmas goods. Thoy nro abrasion, absorption nnd general avergoing to lay in n big stock this year. age: Tlio Insuranco agent for tho company Acmo Vitrified Drick Company AbraIn which Jim. Wright's house was in- sion, 5.10 per cent.: absorption, 1 :- tsured, was horo Inst week to adjust tho ounces, general average, Jl.14 per cent. losses. Mr. Wright carried an Insuranco John Porter Company, "Depressed" to the amount of $1,200. Abrasion, 5.05 por cont.; absorption, 11 Jesso Keys and Con. Dlnnd wero hero ounces; general average, 12 per cent. John Porter Company, "A" Abrasion Monday to get tho tavern license of Leo Otto at Irvlngton transferred to them. 0.23 per cont ; absorption, !l :W ounces; Thoy Mill reopen the hotel nnd bar general uverago, 15.30 por cent. O. W. Chiploy Abrasion, 8.78 por thero. Otto has gono to Chicago, ounces; general Tho following parties wero hero boforo cent.; absorption, 5 the Court of Claims Monday as candi- averago, 21.27 porcent. Pat Dannon Abrasion, 12.20 per cent.; dates for poor houso keopor: Jnbo Jordan, John It. Jnrboe, J. Turk absorption, :i !W, ounces; general average Mntllngly nnd G. Dent. Drown. It is 23.00 per cent. Tho order of merit, as shown by the understood that Mrs. Taylor Attwood, test,Isj First Acmo Vitrified Drick Com-panwidow of Tny lor Attwood, Isnlso a o second, John Porter Company, for tho plnco. Tom. McCluro is ouo of tho hustling "It pressed;" third, Joint Porter Comcandidates for tho post office. Mr. Mc- pany, "A"; fourth, O. W. Chiploy; fifth, Clure will movo his family hero soon, P. Dannon." nnd go info tho fight in earnest, Others Nothing so distressing na a hacking who nro applying for tho placo aro Miss cough. Nothing so foolish ns to suffer Flora Smith, Miss Mattio Adkisson nnd from it. Nothlngso dangerous If allowed Mr. D. S. Gill. Dcforo tho fight is over to continue Ono Mlnuto Cough Cure It promises to got lively, na all tho par- gives immediate relief. Shoit.V; Haynes ties seem to be in dead earnest for a little Cloverport, and Deard A Dcoler, Hardms-burDemocratic pio. Ky. HARDINSBUHG DEPARTMENT. ills-pla. Shoes, W '.w ? ' Hts , - ?. Caps go.; TT. fu .' i GO TO i"i lli 1 CLOVERPORT, KY. r r 1Y1 Who will pay your railroad fare for every purchase of $15.00 worth. CLOVERPORT FIRST OTTIR, ' OVERCOATS ARE IMMENSE. $1.00 EEWARD return of my liaiket and content, liaitc bllliand lock, taken from Sulicr' tore lutt Saturday, J, H, 1'OI.K, Toblniport, Ind Tor tlio fK Will le paid WINTER SPORT! citi-Izeii- w if) ook's Cotton Root j KjhEpX COMPOUND. A recent dltcovcry by an old 1- physician. Succetifullyutcd t. montly by tlioiianil of Ii Hie only perfectly afe and reliable medicine! dltcovercd, Ilewnre of unprincipled druggliti who offer Inferior incillclnei In place of tills. Atk for Cook's Cotton Hoot Compound, take no tub. ttltutc, or lucloic i and 6 cents In postage In letter, and we will send, nealed, by return mall, full scaled particulars In plain envelope, to ladle only, 2 stamps. Address I'oinl L.III y Cnniiinuv, No. 3 Fisher Ulock, Detroit, Mich. "7 V TTI8A III III DUTY yon mreyn ararlfnudniBU IIIO DVSl TUIUO III r your money. w71liV..ifworprlce8"c'1' It. which represent tho bj fbousasd nrpurcnasmr 1- 42.25W JLi $2.00 43.50 HVm 1fOH LADIES 2.50 BffiMW 42.00 $4.aom 5.00ffV3 .00 "W .50 1 How the young folks look forward to its near approach, but not with'half the pleasure their parents experience over the fact that they can get SKATES at SULZBR'S very So boys and reasonable. girls when skating time ar- rivesremember enn-didnt- ton .trENJsMkLbsrC .ooypii HO THE W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOP nu0Jlu Mtfar, C 1 EST 8 W THE WOfttD F(W THE MMm BeM 1.75. roR BOYS 41.75 iMt& OLOVERPOnT, KY. GO 1 TO C. W. STONE'S STORE Ten miles South of Cloverport on the Bowling Green road, and get Men' Doota at $2.74 to$J.S0 Dojs' Hoots at 1 65 to 90 etl. ' 1.00 to 60 Pbanli the BABia high trade, and represent money Talue g, by Bewwer & HamblelflH, ClorcrKrt, Ky. & 0 to Prltiti 60 to Men's sblrti 35 " Otber things eorres jKindlngly cheap. Will xebaDEe goods for butler, eggs, feathsrs, hides, dried fruit, cblokeoj, eto. 0. W, STONK. stfc-i. THB BHROKRNRID'drR NRWS, HOME DRESSMAKING. SOME PRACTICAL HINT8 THAT ARE OF TIMELY VALUE. GLOYRPO, j KV. 4 Tho Pcoplo Their Own Rulers. What Farmers' May Have. Thrn won the If you nro satisfied with n small busi- pmt: li.ill nltlic pmplcnf lnr.nl divided Into two liillnwt'tl 'I lluil ness thnt will given fair Iiic6me, you may nml Imir followed hiii Omrl. Hut Hie people take farming, yet it will give n bitter npulnit lie pvnplc Unit fiillowtd Omrl prcMilltit to thnt followed Tllilil yield for n smnH itipitol tbnn any other Tlbni dlcil, mill Omrl rcd;ticil. I s4 u: il' rV. 1 J'' D&' . l&:. p. t.' .Mr t ta'v I i?' &.. Uv .v ins- J.- -- . rj w r honorable business known. IVreons inny In those old days questions ill dlsputo The Cl.itli for Wnlst Lining nml tho "Way not believe that statement, although Ills were settled by a pitched battle; in these It filioulil IJo Cut Tito Importance of true. modern times the arbitrament of war has limiting, I rim lug nml llebmllnc; How Nopereou can name other honorublu become well nigh obsolete, and national to (lot n I'orrcct 1'lt. btisinera requiring only four or flvo thou- policies aro decided by a ballot instead of Copyriulit, 1KM, by American Proas Aosocltu sand dollnrn that will give such u yield. a bayonet, tlon.l It Is indeed mi honest, remunerative and Wo doubt if tlio history of tho world NUMIinn I. imlt'iH-iideii- t pnfisloii. A -- irluin mer- records a spectacle iiBitiHpiriiigoriiiNt rue-tiv-e Ill presenting to our liuly readers this chant whs heard to say thnt he hiul to be ns that presented by tho American aortas of articles on first cliuts lruutmiik polite to maintain his custom, although people on Tuesday last, when by nn or-- Ing iw It irtdono nhronrt nnd by tlio bout modistes of tills country wo bellovo vo there nro ninny times when lie would derly revolution they sent ono class of political Ideas to the rear nnd another nro cluing tlicm n lusting favor nnd ono have gladly kicked souiu offending person out of tho door, but on the farm a class to the front. which wilt assist them In bccoinltii; dressmakers, so thnt, no nlnttcr man is inoro independent than he enn Tho- party leaders on both sides may how rcmoto from tlio neat of ftuthlon, no possibly bo in nny other placo. It is true have gone into tho conflict for personal lady need weur garments thnt honr tlio thnt "when selling ho must have w lint his emolument or somo advantage for their unmlstnknblo scnl of "country" nbout customers want, but ho doesn't have to followers, wliich is carefully concealed them, and they may, If occasion requires, jncet so many people as does the busy under tho words "patronago" and "perearn a rcspcctablo livelihood at homo. business man. Ho can spend a great deal quisites," but tlio body of the people, tho Thcso tllrcctform and dlngrotn.Hiro tho tamo as those employed by more timo nt homo with his family, and rank and llle merchant, mechanic; arti' tlio great man dressmaker of Paris, and this is an important and a serious feature san and fanner cast their votes for tho tho fundamental principles nro exactly tho in tho life of every individual. Foino greatest good of tho greatest number, Mine. Tho lady who reads this scries of men scarcely liavn timo to becomo tho prosperity of tho whole means bIx articles Is advised to cut them out nnd with their families. It is said tho prosperity of each. In other words, pasto them In n book for reference, nnd she will have something which would cost her that tho child of a drummer once wait sixty-fiv- e million people have made themtwenty dollars to buy tho price of tho to her,mother crying and Bald, "Mamma, selves acquainted with tho principles No mechanical "system," "systems." however, can approach this In simplicity tho man tiiat staycB hero over Sundays which ttnderllo their government; have nnd practicability, and nil so called sys- whipped mo." learned through innumerable newspatems fall if thes waists aro not tried on and The business man eats a hurried break- pers, which fall on hill nnd prairie as innunucd after this plan, as no two women town and thick as snowflake8 in December, tho arc formed alike, nor Is any ono woman fast, takes bis dinner down gets homo for supper Into nt night, tired value ami effect of differing national poliprecisely alike on both sides. . ami vexed and worn out with tho duties cies, and on election day expressed an of a rushing life. In tho farm homo a intelligent and honest opinion. man can havo nearly all that is really In his work on "Tho American Comvaluable of tho city life without many of monwealth" James Bryco puts tho matthe objectionable features of the hitter. ter in terse and brilliant language, as fol& Let us compare somo of our farm homes lows : V i with some wealthy suburban residences. "Tho parties nro not tho ultimate forco Tho hitler have lino grounds, shapely in tho conduct of affairs. Public opintrees, extensive lawns, etc., but what ion thnt is, tho mind and conscience of country homo cannot havo the samo with tho wholo nation is the opinion of the less expense. Tho latter can bo just as persons who nro included in tho parties, I j O ?3 comfoi table nnd luxuriant, though profor the parties, taken together, aro tho m l V bably not so extravagant. Tho city house nation; and the parties, each claiming to has its steam heaters and radiators, but bo its truo exponent, seek to uso it for tho country hotiso can be and many arc their purposes. Yet,it stands abovo tho IHAOItAM OF MODEL 1IABQUK. fitted with tho same, although as Clias. parties, being cooler and larger minded In tho first placo it requires one yard and Dudley Warner says, "Thero's nothing than they are; it awes party leaders and n half of strong sIleMn or drilling for waist lining. This should bo cut Into tho form bo cheerful as tho back log fire," nnd can- holds in check party organizations. No shown by the diagram, but the darts should not deiivo the comfort nnd inspiration ono openly ventures to resist it. It 1b tho not bo cut until it Is fitted. To get tho from n hot-ai- r furnace that a growling product of n greater number of minds proper dimensions put thamatcrial.doublcd lengthwise, on n table, and having tho dia- stove can give. It is truo that the city than in any othor country nnd it is more gram before you measure tho length of tho lias luxury of gas lighting, but tho farmer indisputably sovereign. It is the central waist from the neck to the bottom. Mako can manufacture his own gas if ho choose, point in tlio wholo American polity." tlotsat theso places along tho doubled sel- or what is better lie cau light his home Tlio last week corroborates this critivage. Measure, tho length from shoulder tho money. cism in nn unusually marked and conto waist nnd tho distance from tho straight about as well for line from shoulder to front, keeping tho Tho city homo has n bath room, and a spicuous manner. Throughout the land samo distance to Irattom; then mark tho farm home can and ought and does have there was no undue- excitement. Condarts, which must vary according to tho flguroof tho person. If very stout they the samo. It might bo said that if a man victions, not passions, prevailed everymust bo nbout two inches across at tho would put into a farm as much money as where. The verdict was not personal to waist line; If slender, ono to one nnd a half, tho above mentioned, comforts would de- tho outgoing or tho incoming President. nnd n reference to tho diagram will show mand he couldn't sell it and get back his It was simply tho verdict of brains tho form". Tho back nnd side body pieces money. Probably not, but tlio fact is ho brought to bear on two theories of politinro to bo measured from top to waist line. When tho lining Is cut, allowing nt least docs not want to sell it. Yet tho stand- cal economy. three inches margin beyond tho sciun, It ard of farming is going up, and improved There is something specially impresshould be basted and tried on, tlio seams Inrms will in tho future bo thosu most in sive in that fact. Wo havo a right to be being left on tho outside. Tho flttershould then "take in" tho seams nnd pin them demand. The street car is a luxury that proud of np'oplo who can bo implicitly until the wholo lining fits perfectly, snug tho farmer cannot havo nnd does not es- trusted in the conduct of national affairs, In all parts, but binding in none. pecially need', yet in tho future there will who build a conviction out of tho raw When the model waist lining has been thus fitted to the figure, take it ofCnud bo electric cars running on most roads material of statistics, observation and perIron it, so that tho pins will mako marks between important cities. There are al- sonal experience, and whoso ballot nnd show just whero tliu seams should go. ready two electriccar lines runningncross their power to discriminate. Then the lining should bo rebasted, fol- country land in Onio, nnd inoro aro sure Tliero was liovcra moroBeHousoramore lowing tho lino of tho pins on tho outside, of them, nnd tho pins then pulled out. to bo built. People aro trying to get out good naturcd campaign. Mr. Bryco may Try tho lining on again, right side out. of tho mud, nnd with good roads, plenty pojnt to it as an illustration of his stateWhen tho fit in perfect tho lining shouhr of stono nnditono crushers tho progres- ment that "America marks the highest Ui bo Ironed ngnin, the seams being laid apart this tlmo, and after this tho busting stitches sive farmer is going to do so. Tlio farmer lovol, not only of material well being.but JGCQ3aC should bo clipped so that tho different can have a small fruit garden, tlio city of intelligence nud happiness, which tlio pieces will fall apart without being pulled. man cannot have. This is quite a littlo raco has yet attained." Tho lining, with un allowance, for seams luxury that all persons should cnoy,nnd There is another peculiarity of recent of nt least ono inch all nround, can now bo upon the outside material nnd pinned tho fatnior of tho future will as certainly events which is worthy of comment laid bo that it cannot slip and Iks cut, Cnro havo it as ho will hnve his vegetable garnamely, tho willing and ready acceptance must bo taken that nil tho figures run ono den. of their ill fortune by tho defeated. A goods nro figured or the imp Jf vynylf tho Wo aro now mnk-in- g Then tho farmer has more breathing Republican said, "I am disappointed of of wool, nnd thnt tho 'selvage edge comes our Fall delivory, room, Tho chances for puro air and courec, becauso I think my party has tho straight with tho front of the, waist. Tho outside should bo allowed a trifle larger water are serious questions in cities. In right of tho question, but tho bulk of the but wo aro for all than the lining, as it is often of goods that the small towns they give more troublo pcoplo think tho other way, and this is that rontly to wait on will fray. Baste, the lining to tho outsldo with great than in tlio larger ones and it cannot well their country as well as mine." Then ho all who may como to care, for much of tho beauty and smooth- bo controlled or proveuted. Tho earth quoted the apothegm of Reed, boo us. ness depends upon the basting. Tho lining closet, tlio cement floor, tlio closo drain which runs in cfiect, "The opinion of all should bo held upward so that It may bo and the cistern havo other benefits than Ab an inducement is better than tho opinion of any one," just tho least bit looser than tho outside. tho saving of mnnurc. It is ceituin that and tilat ended tho matter. to now beginners wo o Tho basting stitches should follow the of every separate part of tho basque wo can't blamo tho Lord for our sickness What tho people want, irrespective of will for ovory and up both sides of each dart. More de- if wo havo lllthy surroundings. There is parly ambitions, is that degree of national pends upon caro in busting than people a chanco and ability to cat and sleep on prosperity which will allow every merusually suppose. When nil tho outlines nro properly basted tho farm that cannot bo felt in tho city. chant and every wage) earner n share. of with stitches not more than T. B. Terry in Farmers' Guide. That is tho consummation devoutly to bo of Nurnory worth an inch long, turn the front over nnd baste wished, tlio solo end which is sought by stock you may buy of as designated by tho pins. A very full Specimen Cases. every chango in tho occupancy of tho bust will require a V shaped plait in front, ua mako you a presS. II. Clifford, Now Camel, Wis., was White House. Glvo us more business; as per diagrnm, lu tho lining only, nnd fiomctimes for qulto stout ladles tho front troubled with Neuralgia and Ithcmuntism ent of fill the land with tho hum of manufaclino will need turning In quite deep nt his stomach was disordered, his Liver was ture; give everybody a chanco to mako a neck nnd waist line, but the pinholes will affected to an nlarming degree, npjiclito fair living; what is politics- - for except to show just how much is required. Tho buttons go on tho left bldo nnd tho fell away, and ho was terribly reduced in accomplish that result? buttonholes on tho right, nnd tho lap for flesh audstrength. Three bottles of Elecworth "of stock in anySixty-flvmillions of pcoplo pondering these should bo deep enough to have tho tric Bitters cured him. thing you may select. that problem, gathering facts with which buttonholes cut in the doubled place. Edward Shepherd, Ilarrisbtirg.Ill. had to solve it, reaching a slow and deliberate Loave tho under lap flat and sew a strong So Bond in your n running soro on his leg of eight years' conclusion and then depositing their balplcco of tano nlong for the buttons. orders now. When this Is (tone, baste tho darts', standing. Used thrco bottles of Electric without clamor or conflict as an exseam from tho top, tapering Bitters nnd Bqvon boxes of Bueklcn's Ar- lots pression of opinion presents n picture W. R. from an imperceptible point. The darts should never bo very high, tho back ono nica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. calculated to excito a train of thought being nn Inch higher than the front, nnd John Speaker, Catawba, 0., had flvo specially suited to this Day of Rest. N. this nbout two Inches below tho under arm. largo Fever sores on his Kg, doctors said Y. Hornld. Tho scams must always be commenced Tobinspqrt, Ind was incurable. Ono bottle Electric from the top and carefully basted before ho Should be kept ut aUtitet anil dock-yarBowing, caro being taken to keep from Bitters nnd ono box Bucklen'a Arnica Oil l the liet friend not only of man, puckering tho scams. Iiasto the two darts Salvo cured him entirely. Sold by Short S'lmtlun t)cat at well, 1'or swelled jolntt, but of dumb first, then tho side gores, beginning at tho A Ilayncs Drug store, trained .lendoni, old orc, (addle Kalli, and arm size. Tho two middle backs should wounds of all klndatlicc It no remedy like Salbo then basted together, beginning nt tho The October Home-Make- r. vation Oil. Price JJ centi per bottle. top; then tho side pieces, which nro tho magazine for OctoTho Homo-Makmost difficult of nil. Fashion Bits. If tho wnlst now proves to fit perfectly ber, Vol. ix, No. 1, appears as n brand-no"Robin Red" is n new shade In tailor scams can bo sewn firmly nnd neatly, the mngnzino from cover to cover. It 'b cloth, and is charming when combined but always on tho outsldo of the basting, edge, 'as the basted seams are much larger and greatly improved in with russet brown velvet nnd dull gold next tho . clastic, nnd bowing them tightly makes n every respect nl hough tho pricoremai' s gussementerio. When they nro nt $'2 a year and '20 cunts, a copy. couple of inchi'8dllTerenco. An unusual wedding present to tho town lay the seams open nnd trim tho edges Tlio contributors in tlio October num- bride tho other day was n box containing neatly with tho scissors nnd overhand or bind with lustring, If preferred. At tho ber lank high. ten dozen pairs of kid gloves, but flhoVna waUt lino two silts should bo cut In tho Mayo W. llazelton has nn nrticlo on delighted. Beams nearly to tho seam, and after tho tlio Federal Elections or Forco Bill, anil Capital Stock $25,000. Diamonds aro set detached, and get edges nro bound or overcast they should bo pressed carefully with n hot iron before tho gives both tho Republican extremo viow their full value. An attractive brooch bono casings are sewn on or the ease belt, and the Demacratlc extremo view. was seen which had one largo diamond and before the bottom Is finished off. If Ella Wheeler Wilcox lias a poem on in tho center and fine waving gold rays tho goods areVoolen, they should besllght-l- y Ciilumbus. D. P. BEARD, rreildont. moistened; If of silk, the Iron should not about it. bo too hot nor the silk moistened. The Heed contributes n paper Helen Leah Tlio Eton Jacket prevails, but all kinds WILL MILLER, board should havo one thickness of on experimental education, which is il. annel and ono of muslin. will bo worn. Tho zouavo Jackets with Olive IIam'kii. lustrated. M. II. DKARD, CaihUr. Kpiaro fronts nro hand braided in tlio now Miss Frances Smith tells oil about Re v. braids, mixed with gold, and nro quite How Try Thi. Q. W. DKARD D. ParkhiiBt, with tiireo beautiful half popular. -- Dire tor M0RRIB KSKRIDOK It will cost you nothing nnd will surely tone plctuies of tlio eminent divjno from Tho ordinary "gossamer" is tlio moot J R. M. JOLLY. his boyhood days to tho present time. woman's gannonls. Knowdo you good, if you havo nCougli, Cold, or Tlio life and works of Jenny Juno (Mrs. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS any troublo with Throat, Cheat or Lungs. Croly), by J. Martin Miller, appear ii ing, this, noiuo pretty girls use instead long cloaks which thoy havo mode for ' Dr, King's Now Discovery for Consumpthis number. them, or mako themselves, of tlio protty tion, coughs and colds Is guaianlecd to Other articles aro: water-proogoods that omo in all sorts f FRUIT TREES give relief, or money will bo paid back, Co. Published by Tlio IIome-Makk- r of plaids, made to cover tho entire gown For tale at llardln't Nurtery, one and Sufferers from La Grlppo found it just Yotk, 30 Union Square, New nnd finished with a jaunty capo. Tho two yean old, Good Treet and low tlio thing and under its uso had a speedy $2 per year, 20 cents a copy. pilcei. l'or further Information, call on most captious finds no fault with such a and perfect recovery, Try a sample hot-tl- o or addrtl storm coat. Premature gray whiskers should bo at our exponso and learn for yourself Ben. Hardin & Son, jut how good a thing it is. Trial bottles colored to prevent tho appearance of age, Arouse tho faculties, gtlmulato tho cirand Buckingham's Dye is by far tlio best culation, purify tlio blood, with Aycr'B free at Short & Haynus Drug store. ANDYVILLE, KY. i 3k. Harsaparilla. preparation to, do it, Large bottles GCc. and $1.00. XCEtfrrvwtSii'Z I bo-cauone-twelf- Rubber Boots 1 Rubber Shoes Look Well!- ' - J&PJF Wear Wel1 ! Jr& 1 I 1 & Al&sos Louisville, St Louis r 1 Arctics J. !. llAIU'KK, UAN1KL IIUOOKa II R. I POLK'S Texas R. Co. J.C. IIOl'UNE, TIME SCHEDULE Tukiuir r.rroct At 5;0Q o'clck A. M, Wedneaday Juljr 29. '91 W'ctt lluun i nsro. 18. BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO , Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. LOUISVILLE, KY. Dupery. Tntim STATIONS A'ml lluuuii TVnuu Mall A M Mall tt Kxpr'i Kxpr'i Dally 6 aim' 6 40 7 20 7 21 M Kpr' 100 44 Dally 7 4.VHH HCO Djlly Iv.Un'n i'l..ur Kentucky St. 12 Hir'. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. Dally V 05in 860 747 7 7 7 7 40 31 27 23 8 US 8 02 747 767 807 811 817 8 27 8 37 8 47 8 65 V05 9 11 9 21 9 25 8 41 8 45 1)00 9 08 V17 0 21 0 20 9 31 U Ilowur.l Hock Haven Lone Uranch 1138 Brandenburg 112!) Meade Spring! H2A Guitnn Irvlneton Webitcr Lodlburi; I'icrce Simple Slephensport AdJI.on Holt Skillman llawcivllle l'ctrle Kalcon Cnyce ClAvcrport Shop Kkrun 11 IV Wc.tl'olnt 12(6 12U2m 1145im flie Cliieago Weekly Times IH'OUNUICI) IN INr.l.) 41 10 out-lin- 0 62 00 1010 1015 1023 1027 1111 1102 10 M 10 45 1035 715 655 6 48 6 40 6 31 THE OFFICIAL Olid AX OF THE WOltLWS FAIR AND 1030 1023 1018 1015 $10.00 930 9 46 1030 10 41 961 10 01 one-fourt- 1010 1018 1021 1060 1100 1111 10i)l 957 9 44 626 618 613 610 667 5 63 6 40 THE GREATEST AND MOST POPULAR EXPONENT OF MODERN DEMOCRACY IN THE UNITED STATES. 933 9 20 9 20 630 AN AGRICULTURAL AND POLITICAL WEEKLY ALL IX ONE. $1.00 o I.ewl.port Towers 1050 U62'iii 1207pm 1102 l'atet Oweniboro 1111 1210 MattlnBly 1227 1121 12 30 Stanley 1131 i246 Worthlnirton 1140 Spottivllle 101 1165 1205pm 111 IlaikctU 1220an 125pm ar.IIcnderi'n Iv 1034 1028 1118 1121 1129 1135 5 22 915 909 861 37 8 27 8 615 511 6 (ft 4 48 4 35 4 25 4 13 4 0'. $1.00 PER YEAR. Now condlllom lurround tho farmer with wider duller. IIo now, led than formerly, cm without rrproorh d. .regard Ms obligation to trek to prepare MinnOl nnd Mi family f . r thrir H.litIculai well at tLtlr chll duller, arid fir whalovcr U crirntial (o ood, wl.o cilizonhoml. 815 800 765 7 37 . 365 3 37 THE CHICAGO WEEKLY TIWES REPRESENTS THE PEOPLE, 729 715"" 32U 316pm LouIsvie,Ha(dlii$lnirg& Western R.R. No. 2 TIME TABLE. TAKING I EFFECT JULY-29- , 1801. Polk & Bro., Welt Hound Train Dally Daily exSun. rx'Sun. No. 6 No. 1 er w bXnk 0' -- Kail Huund Tralnt Dally I Daily STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun No. 2 No. g 11 30am l.v Irvlnjrton Ar 9301 in 1210pm Oarfield 815 I lamed 12 25 815 12 42 760 HardlnthurK Kirk 118 715 7(8 130 Jolly 6 44 Olendeane 148 . Dc in niter 155 634 2 ISpin ar I'nllnllmiifh Iv 6 llm llockvale 260 554 302 Uuth 6 29 314 329 4 OOpin Oaki 600 Arl'ordsville Lv 4 45am Atklni 621 HAEDIErSBUM IHE LOUISVILLE (L. E. A & ST, LOUIS MR LINE, ST. L. K. H.) ' SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO St. Louis, Evans ville AND ALL POINTS West and line-Car- South-Wes- t. 31. No qutrtlun of national Importance and oil political ororvmlc ipic.tloni of moment are natloual ontr Ltglnt In Congrvn. The aro rativarred and dirutd l.y the people ami prcif, aud wlun lliey noch euigrrn lLot Ihdy Lui morely tho det ill to cuniider. Till! CHICAGO WEEKLY TIMES bnr- bicuuia tho rccogniied leader if tho great plain pe.iplo tbo Lire abd rli.cw of tLocoDiuxuwcnlth and tho hoo i.l tho Auicilcali republic. Iti odiloiiili are road, ualluDul, cImjuouI, convincing and dignified, and as cumpreheiuha In tho tubjccti treated as are tho ijtioitluni of humnn Intirojt. THE CHICAGO WIEKLY TIMES repreicnti oil tho movcmenti of tho dr , nnd upmi Itiludoneuicnl hinges In a largo degrro, tho fuluro, for It li broad In Iti viewi, liberal in iti Judgment, and hat tho beit poniblo meam offurming a corrojt no, and knowing its duty to man. too eounlrjrprngreii, and fututo gientneii, ii liftod abovo blgntry and narrow uiluJo-nei- s, dares perfcrm It. To It nil rubicrlberi ihnuld turn for enllghtcuuitm, cnouuragcuieat, ympatby, a.ilitance, and tho norvo to carry out their underlining. In Hi ranks are to lo found tbo brlgblcit inlndi In eery luie Week b week it tnlkt to Tery inbicrlber or ubat Is going on, biuiLei away tho duit from tho pait and itarllght tto coming. It forecaiti the future and foicwarct Kgulmt disaster. It it a matahleii somp Uok of knowledge for the farmer, mechanic, lawjer, doctor, and all kooiI cltlreni. Without tbo retirements or wading through pages if Irrolevant mnttor THE UHIUAflO WEEKLY TIMES giwi to ill rtadoti (he silled of thought, hlnory, iclcnco, and rl at a glance; makes every reader a cosmopolite, aud brings tho ontire wealth or tho world lo bit very door. It glrei inoro ror the uuney limn 017 other ntckly japor In Atuetloa. It I. bright, cnU -talnlng, and valuable good for tbo whulo family. Its world's fair nowi li tbo most complete noil tollable. It 1l a bureau of Information for Iti lubierlberi, answering anything dc.lrod. Iti agricultural department contain! tho best from all souicei. It aski every Intelligent man ami woman tu becomo a subscriber, bccauio ll itimli up for tho rights of tho duwn.lrodd.n, tho ipjre.red, and tbo ncak agnlnit fho.lruiig j b.lng unawed by Influence ar.d ui.bilbcd b) gain, ai.d beildej giving tho best of ever, thing fmiu a literary standpoint, li pledged lo rellgun, liberty, and law. Sauiplv copies icnt on application. Addicts 1 "1 1692. Ly. 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D.BABBAQE, THEX IBRKGKEXNRIIDQEk NEXWS, Tlmt recording for her final stab? nugcl kept tally of tho method sho took to murder his peaco that ho might know it was murdered, dead, dead, dead, ami not exasperate her with his patient hopo thut It might recover Her fortune gavo hor one weapon, a savago ono in thoo vulgar hands. H' i used this power insolently, ns baser happy Bpirits may. Sho would hnvo ix-cto loJievo. what she pretended, that lur husband married her for moiioy. Often sho told him so. Often she reproached him with her own disappointment. Did I marry you," she would say, to bo ineflleient uml olmuirc. u mere nobody In tho world? You were to bo a great man, that was your part of the bargain. You knew I was nmbitions. I had a right to bu. You have had everything to give you succoss everything." Not finite everything." ho said sadly. "Not love." Ah. niiernblo womnn! As sho grew practiced In deceit nnd wrong she hated her husband inorouml moro. She maddened herself ngalnst him. She blamed him as tho eauso of her evil choices. "It is his f.iult, not mine," sho said to herself. "Ho ought to hnvo controlled me, nml then 1 should not hnvo douo GLOVRRPORT, KY. N LEADERS IN CUNT'S rv. i I i yn jmm Shirts, Collars,. Guffs and x TIES r Wo bIio Coptiomt, i690,or uNirco sTrrs oook company and cucuSiito ar srtou arrangement wim ihcm . palmntcd pair of lnoosehorns.'mountei ns n hatstand in tho hnll. On the right brow antler hung a military cocked hat On tho left bezantlerii pert littlo fatigue cap wns suspended. "It's too told," Voltairo began. Black babblo has become rather n liore in literature. Voltaire, therefore will try not to talk Toinbigbee. "It's too bad," muttered tho negro In futilo protest, "toseo them fellows hanging up their hats here, and the real mas tor tho real gentleman shamed out of houso nml home. "It's too bad," ho continued despond-lngly- , "to seo Miss Lucy, ns sweet a littlo lady ns over stepped, taught to think her father a spendthrift and idler, if not worso. The madam will never let herseo him nlono. Tho poor child is ono of tho kind that lcliove8 what is told to 'em. No wonder sho is solemn ns Sunday all tho timo. I don't ijeo nnythilig to bo done. Dut I'll go down nml ask Sappho." Again-hnhook his list nt thoso enormous excrescences from tho brow of a bold Cervus alces n moose that once walked the highlands near Drothertoft manor. Tlicn he shambled downstairs to his wifo Sappho's boudoir, the kitchen. Dlacker than Sappho of Lestois ever looked when Phaon cried Avaunt! was this namesako of tho female Sam Patch of Loucadia. But through her eyes ami mouth good humor shone, as the jolly firo shines through tl.o chinks of the black fui naco doors undt r a toiiler. "Things goes wrong in this houso. all but your cooking department, Sappho and my butler department." says Vol tairo. "Tho master is shamed away and is off properognting liberty. The mistress I suppose wo'd better not say nothing about her." Sappho bhook her head ami stirred her sou)). "Dut Miss Lucy is going to be n big girl pretty soon, Ilor mother is making her mistrust hor fathor. She's got no friends. What will como of her?" Sappho tasted her soup. It was savory. 'Voltairo," says she, "striving to talk n dialect worthy of her name, and hitting half way to English, "Voltaire, faith is what you wants. You is not got tho faith of a free- colored gentleman member of ono of do oldest families in You is got no more all Westchi-ster- . faith than them Mumbo Jumbo Uillop niggers whit immigrated in the Iteil Hover. You jess let do Lord look after Miss Lucy. Sho is ono after do Lord s own henrt." "Dut tho devil has put his liuf into this houso." "If you was a cook you'd have more faith. .lest you tasto that soup now How is it?" "Primo," says Voltairo. blowing uml hipping. "You tasto it, Plato," she repeated, dipping another ladle from the pot ami ollering to her son, hoir of his father's philosophic dignity ami his mother's isnge. "How is iff" "Primo!" says this second connoisseur. "Now, what j on guess is tho most im-Itautest thing in this soup?" "Conundiiiuis is vulgar, pat ticular for ladies," says Voltairo loftily. VII. PART "That's 1m eauso you can't guess." "Poll! it's easy enough." sayn ho. "Deefl" "No. You guess, Plato." a ;-"D'illn water," cries ho. suroof his solution. yA cr Sappho shook her head. Wg "Tin key carcases," propounded Vol tairo, with excitement. "Onions," offered Plato, with eagerness. "No," says Sappho; "it's faith I" "I was jest ngoin to sny faith." Plato unblushing!)' assorted. "Yon seo," Sappho explained, "I taks ljcof bory woll! ami b'ilin water bery well! ami turkey cai casses ami onions uml heaps of things, nml puts 'em into a pot on tho fire. Then I has faith." "Pohl" cried Voltairo. " Twasn't a fair conundrum: you has tho faith into yourself." "Then I takes faith," repented Sappho, "Colt mc by dome uthtr wiiiic," mid the without noticing this interruption, "faitlv otic (tthlrctmal. that these 'gredients which is not soujiis Hed. That was tho color now master in Mrs. comiti soup In do Loid's timo, mi doy Drothertoft's houses, town and country. alluz comes soup." "Ami tho priinoi-- t kind!" Plato interSupercilious ofllccrs, in red coats, who were addressed as general or my lord, jected authoritatively. "So." continued Suppho, improving insolent ofllccrs, in red coats, height colonel or Sir Harry, arranged their laced tho lcsxon, "t.oup and toast geeso and cravats at tho mirror under the rampant pies and pancakes rism over night has taught inu dis yer proverb, 'Wait and eaglo, or lounged on the sofas. things comes out right at last.' So it's Thero were plenty of such personage:) houn to bu with Miss Lucy." now in New Yoik, nml Mrs. DrotherThis logic Miiiiiiceil tho two uniiiu-take- s toft's house mado them all welcome. of philosophers, and they carried Itcgiinnutal talk, the dullest and thinnest of nil tlio shop tulks talked among up dinner in a perplexed but patient men, was tho staploof conversation over mood. My lord and Sir Harry were both dinher Madeira nt her dinners, grand, or ing there that day. en fnmillo, bien eutemlu. "Do yon know what has become of our Now nml then n nnsal patriot from down cast, or n patriot theo nml thouer hostess' husband?" asked my lord, us they from Philadelphia, knocked at the door lounged off after dinner. "Ho's going ntoiut tho, provinces, stirnt tho door and Inquired for Mr. Broth-ortofring up rebellion after a feeble fashion." "Out of town, sir," wns tho reply of said Sir Harry. "1 believe that fellow Gaiuo pays lilin u few shillings a week tho wiggy negro. for editing his 'Mercury,' when ho Is in "When do you expect him back?" "Don't know, sir," tho iwrter roplicd New York." rather sadly. "If 1 was Governor Tryon I'd have Tho patriot retired nml tho negro that dirty sheet Mopped, lie's u new closed tho door with .a sigh tho jiomp-ou- s broom, lie ought to make a clu.iu swicp sigh of an old family servant. of all Ihcso freedom hhileliers.' Such, then, wuNtherifmliiiniiof things "No," muttered ho, "I don't know when lio'll bo back. Ho never would in tho Drothertoft family at the Iwgin como back if ho know nlut tho goings nlug of Tryou's administration. Edwin Brothel tuft hud not lecomeuu on in this Iioueo. Ho never would anyhow, if it wasn't to look after Miss Lucy. absolute t lunger to his old homo fin Thero sho conies down stairs; I'll ask two reasons, lie pitied his guilty wife He loved his innocent daughter. . He her. Misa Lucy!" A gentle, graceful littlo girl of tho could not iiutu give up the hope (hat Drothertoft typo turned at tho footof tho his wifo might need his pardon by uml Btairu and niiswered, "What, Voltalrci" by. when sin soured tt her taste. lie must never totally abandon his child to "Do you know, miss, whoro your faththe debasing iiiiliiuncwtubont her, though er Is now?" "No," sho replied half sadly, half ho had no power or inilucnio to rocuc hor now thut dlihearteiicd uml broken coldly. "A gentleman wns just asking when down man, coiitomued by the world us ho would bo buck." it purposoloM idler. Mutters had not reached this pass in "Ho docs not Inform us of his moono year nor until many year dreary tions." Sho seemed to shrink from tho subject to Iinagiuo,'far too drenry to describe, s Who shall cnuinornto the daily as if thero woro guilt hi touching it. In that hapless homo? Who shall' Voltairo looked forlornly nftcr her ns sho passed into tho parlor. Then ho count tho cruel littlo scratches of the book his flat indignantly at a great poniard, with which tho wifo practiced spoilt by litis mlulatioti? slip mliriiied in a Httlo llsit they mado to Lincolnshire ami tho ruins of old Brotliertoft inntior, "let us liny back this estnto nml never rotuni to that raw America. Yon can go into parliament, mako ono or two of your beautiful speeches, nml presently lw n peer with stars nml garters." "Docs a garter straighten n leg? Does n star cnnoblo n heart? Listen, my lovo, do you not hear Great Tom of Lincoln warning mo, as ho long ago warned my ancestor, 'Go homo again. Brotliertoft, liberty is in danger?'" "No," sho rejoined, petulantly, "a loyal bell would not utter such treason-nbl- o notes. This is what 1 hear: 'Como ngnin, Drothertoft. lord of tho old manor!' LHorty! Liberty! You tiro mo with your idlo fancies. Why will you throw nway namo uml faineV" "I will try to gain them, sinco they nro precious to you, but they must como in tho way of duty." Thero was peril In theso nmbitions of hers; but tho visionary husband thought, "How can 1 wonder that her head is a littlo turned with adulation? Sho merit it all. my bcantiful wife? Hut sho will presently get tho court glaro out of her eyes. When our child is bom, n pledgo of our restored affection, slio will recognizo deeper nml tenderer duties." Tho Biotlicrtoft embassy was n social success, but n iwlitical failure. Tho lewd old dolt of n king sulkily pofih poohed rcmoristraneo and petition. "You ought to have redress," says Pitt, "but I am hardly warm in my seat of primo minister. I can only bo n tacit friend at present." "Go homo and wait," Rays Hen Franklin, n shrewd old Uoston boy fond of tricks with kites, keys nml kerchiefs who was nt that timo resident in London. "Wait awhile! 1 hnvo not been lingering thunderbolts so long without learning that people may pnoli jkhjIi at tho clouds, and say tho flashes nro only heat lightning; but by nml by they'll be calling upon tho cellnra to take 'em in. and tho feathor beds to cover 'oin." Tho Urothertofts went homo. Hnglnml forgot them and relapsed into its that on tho new continent- - tho English colonist could not remain even half civ ilized Ycngeeso, but sank to nbsolute Ynnkees, whobo bows were contortions, nml smiles grimnces; whoso language was n nasal whoop of and who needed to lo bolueed with stamp nets and drenched with ten duties while Tom Gage and .lack IJurgoynr pried open their teeth with tho sword. Thero was ono visible, tangible, ponderable result of tho Urothertofts' vUit to England. Lucy Drothertoft, an only child, was born a toki'i of lovo revived alasl a monument of lovo revived to 'He and bu dismissed ai..ong memories. If tho wife had lieen a true wife, how sweetly her affection for her husband would hnvo redoubled for him in di Hero was a now relation of father. cradle for rendezvous. Why not elnsp hands and renew vows neross it? .This smiling, sinless child why could it not recall to cither parent's face u smilo of trust and love? "Dear Edwin," FURNISHINGS u uent s call for " . f Gent's are the typicals of , style when they wear Babbage's Babbaec's latest styles, be fore going elsewhere ' for your Ties BOOKS Mi U. PAPER g Anglo-lroquoi- s: , puny face. Ho ought to havo said, 'You shall and you shall not,' instead of his feeble. 'Is this wise, Jane? Is this delicate? Is this nccording to your nobler nature? I don't liko to to) pleaded with. A despot is what I needed. If ho was half u man ho would take a whip to tne yes. beat mo, and kick all my friends out of doors nnd bo master in the houso. That I conld understand." She maddened herself against him moro nnd more. Sho so yielded to an insolent huto, that sho was no better than a mad woman whilo ho was by to enrage her with Ills patient, crushed, M nml yet nlv.ays courteous demeanor a sorrowful shadow of the ardent, chivalrlc E!vin Drothertoft of yoro. "Why not kill tho craven spirited wretch?" she thought, "or havo him H killed? lie would be better dead, than living and scorned. Once rid of him, nnd 1 could tako my beauty and my wealth to England, and lw a grand lady after all. Lady Drothertoft, of Drothertoft Unlit that was what I had n right to expect. Ho could havo given it to me. Tho fool was capablo enough. Everybody said ho might be what ho pleased. Why could ho not lovo real things a splendid house, plenty of slaves, a name, a titlo, instead of this ridiculous dream of liberty? Liberty! if ho and his weak minded friends only dated strike a blow if they only would rebel he might bo got rid of. Then 1 iTrSl should be free. Ah, I will havo my triumphs yet! Kings havo loved women not half so handsome!" And witli red, unblushing cheeks she looked nt herself in tho mirror, nnd hated that obstruction, her husband, more nml more. A mad hate which she vould gladly Tho air have gratified with murder often seemed to her full of furies scourging her on to do Furies llitted before her proffering palpablo weapons weapons always of strango and antique fashion, such as she had seen nml handled in old museums in England. ShoreuieinlMtred now with what pleasure she used to play with them, whilo sho listened (piietlyto some sinister legend nnd knew how the stain came on tho blade. "Kill him!" tho furies cried to her. It was a sound liko tho faint, distant cry one hoars In a benighted forest and wonders wlietln r tho creature bo lieast or man. "Not yet," sho answered aloud to this hail in the far background of her purtin-dee- what makes me ushained to faco his and Cuffs. X STATIONERY Shirts and Orkney Collars. i JNO. D. BABBAGE, PKOPKIETOIt. I ORKNEY FRONT 2.' IN, BACK IV IN. I LEADERS CHRISTMAS GOODS IN STATIONERY. iQTT-s- r -- AND E. O. BABBAGE, MANAGER. -- jGLOVBS:-- STOTTS H l OP. Babbage, The Gent's Furnisher. The time for Gloves chases. is here, and you should be posted where to make your pur- poses. ONC-UIIAI'- TEn - - . & fri M am t. Tho postponement seemed to Imply a promise, ami sho poiccivcd tho circle of shadowy furies draw a littlo stop nearer and shout to encn other in triumph, ' 'Not yet,' sho says, 'Not yet."' So her hate glow more and moro akin to a nmdnet-s- , as every cruel or baso passion, oven the silliest nml most trifling, will, if fondled. She found by ami by that the crudest stab she could give to tho man she had wronged was through his daughter. "Lucy is all Drotheitoft and no Julia Peartreo Smith often said. "It's all wrong: sho ought to tako after -her strong parent, not her weak one." Thero was a kind of strength incomprehensible to tho old tabby. Nor did sho know the law of the transmission of spiritual traits with what flue subtlety they get themselves propagated and prevail over coarser and cruder forces. Lucy was all Drothertoft. In hercarly days she did not show oho atom of tho maternal character. That mado the mother's Influence novo commanding. Tho child loved tho mother with a modification of tho Kiimo passion that tho father had folt for a uaturo ho deemed his nobler counterpart. Tho father wns so much like his daughter that sho could not comprehend him until she wns ripo enough to comprehend herself. .Crudo contrasts are earliest perceived, earliest appreciated uml earliest admired In character ns in art. So without nny resistance Mrs. Broth-ortowielded Lucy. Sho let tho child lovo her nnd confide in her exclusively Dut she hated Iter. Sho hated Edwin Drothertoft's daughter. Thero was tho Wo havo jiut hought from a largo wholesale Jowolry house, a lot of girl growing moro and' moro liko him dny by day. Thero were tho father's fine tripjilo plaited jewelry, to ho distributed without regard to cost to smile, tho father's manner, tho father's voico even tho lather's very expressions our subscribers, who pay up to date and ono year in advanco, and to of endearment forever reproaching tho every now subscriber who subscribes for ono year. mojjjor. with ol.l .memories revived. Wo havo numbered ovory articlo in the list, amounting to several hundred pieces and thoy will bo sent out to thoso entitled to them in (To bo Continued. Babbage's is the place to secure the best bargains. We have the best assortment in the city. If you will visit our establishment, we will take great pleasure in showing our line to you. It will surprise you. Our prices run from 25 cents to $2.00 All styles and qualities. We can suit you". E. C. BABBAGE, Mg'r. JNO. D. BABBAGE, Furnisher. A Premium for vbry Subscriber! PREMIUM LJST Ono Cuirilox, leather, given by B. F. BEARD & CQ., Goneral Mer- chants, Hardinsburg, Ky 'j;J77 Ono book, Monsieur LuCoq, by Emilo Gnborlim, paper 2378 Ono book, Tho Englishman of tho Ituo Cain, by II. T. Wood 2:t70-- Ono l'nir Gold Cuff IluttoiiB, given by WITT & MEAD0R, Merchants and Druggists, Ilnrdinsburg, Ky 2:tSQ Ono Gent's Collar Button . 2381 Ono Gent's Collar Button T 2382 Ono Gent's Collar Button v 2383 Ono Lady's Collor Button ', 2384 Ono Lady's Collar Button 2385 Ono Lady's Collar Button 23S0 10 Apilo Trees from HIGHLAND NURSERV, Cloverport, Ky 2387 Ono Novol, Her Desperato Victory, by Mrs. Payne, paper 2388 Ono Gent's Gold Collar Button 2:t89 Ono Novol, Tho Scout, by W. Gilmoro Simms, paper 2300 Ono Nnvol, Stranded, A Story of tho Garden City 2301 Ono Gent's White Shirt, given by HARDIN &. BROWN, FanoyGrocers 7. and Gent's Furnishings, Ilnrdinsburg, Ky 2392 Ono Lady's Gold Collar Button 2393 Ono Novel, Tho Devils Die, by Grant Allen, paper 2391 Ono Gent's Gold Collar Button 2395 Ono Lady's Silver Thimblo 2390 Ono "Tho Iloosler School Master," cloth bound, given by ALEXANDER & PILE, General Merchants, Custer, Ky., mailed ntonco to tho 2370 1 Dll-lop- ," TO THE- - ' 25 25 50 15 20 25 15 00 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. aA 20 Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bridles, Shirts, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. Given Away to ,25 100 25 25 20 25 our Paid In Advance 100 25 25 25 50 ft Subscribers. party who is entitled to it by tho donors. Ed. 2397 2398 2399 2100 Prico 1 Ono Novol, Hunting in tho West, by Geo. Shields Ono Box (thrco cakes) super Tripplo Scented Toilet Soap , Ono Gospel I Iy mns and Sacred Songs Our Family Physician. A plain, practical and reliable guldo to 25 25 60 25 tho 300 20 25 25 f-- PROMPT RELIEF diarrhoea, nausea, and dizziness, take For biliousness, mis-crie- cull on or nddress, 1 o415Tmi of subscribers received. 2110 Ono What wo want is to increaso our subscription list. Wo want to put 2417-100 the Nkws into every homo in Brcckenridgo and Meade counties, and the best wo aro willing to givo up somo of our hard earned dollars to do it. . Wo do not pay postago on premiums. family medicine, Tho first person sending us a dollar will got tho first articlo numThis list will bo continued in' our noxt. Moro Good things to purely vegetable, bered in tho list below, tho noxt tho sccondVirticlo, and so on through ' ' ' Dose Effective tho entire list. follow. ' ' If you aro already a subscriber examino tho Itfbol on your paper and seo how you stand. If you aro behind, send enough monoy to pay VANTED. 100,000 hoop pales and also shnved you up to dato and ono year in advanco, and this will ontitlo you to ono hoops In largo nuantitles. Best market rango in prico from 25 cents to $20. OLOVERPORT, KY- iirlccs paid. For further information of our premiums. Tho premiums Ayer's Pills tho order in which tho subscriptions aro received. d Tho jowolry is mado from tho best rolled gold plato and is for five years. Any articlo that does not givo reasonable satisfaction, can bo returned and wo will ropair or forward a now duplicate . articlo in its placo. Collar Buttons, Scarf Pins, Ladies,' Misses' and Babies' Pins, Gents' Chains, Lr.dics' Charms and Lockets, Finger Rings, Chains, Silver Thimbles, Bracelets, Beads, Cuff Buttons, Pins, Studs, Etc., amounting to over 8200 for tho jewelry alone, besides other Tho amount is only limited by the number articles of Mcrchcndieo. war-rante- 2401 2 102 Ono Ono 2 103-- Ono 2 10- 5- Ono 2400 2 107 2408 2109 2410-O- no Ono Ono Ono Ono Ono Ono Ear-ring- s, 2111 2412 2113 One Ono Detection and Treatment of Diseases common to this country. Clothbound. Prico . Monthly Magazine, Tho Homo Maker, for Aug Gqnt's Gold Collar Button , Ladies Gold Collar Button piece Sheet Music, ltlchard nnd his Sweetheart Nell, Son? k Chorus , , . Musical Monthly for November ". . WebBtcr's Unabridged Dictionary (old edition.) " Novel, Her Desperato Victory. .'. v Novel, The, Sketch Book . i. '..... Gent's Collar Button Glimpso of Heaven, Discourses Concerning tho Way of Llfo by Kev. W. H. Munnell, Cloth Box, threo cakcSuper Trjpplo SccntbdToilut Soap Gent's Gold Scarf Pin '. . Apple Trees from Polk's Nursery. Tobinsport, I ml , Gospel Hymns and Sacred Songs '. , Hiding Brldlo 25 1 M) ' ?5 2i 25 100 50 50 00 25 Every . JNO. D. BABBAGE, Publisher, Ciiab. May, Cloverport, Ky. 2E29BS9HHilaM aMBMMBBMaiaaWa'Mia'afata'a'a'a'a'fc -- lBBBlHHHBMBft9aBffi .ri'- "" ... jf teflh il.Jlffa- - t, y " wuu'iw 4 it THR BRRGKENRIDGR NRWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. Breckenridge LOCAL 4V , 5 News. 2.1, 1S92. 'WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER BREVITIES. Sour Kraut nntl pigs feet nt the City Mi ff r Bakery- - ni 1 a 4V Xi Tho Clovcrport Urick Works nrc closed for repairs. 1 8. K. Vessels, of Ithodelin, wns in tlio A petition is la circulation In this city , city Monday. Light-colore- d asking President Cloveland to appoint 5 Vs. C, D. Temple, of tho Clovcrport Caleb Dorsey, of Louisville, United States Hotel, is sick. Light-weig- ht Marshal for tho district of Kentucky. . Mr. Lafe Elder, of Derby, was in tl o During dipt. A. J. Gross' term, under city Friday. Mr. Cleveland's first administration, Mr. New fall btyles of Indies' lints nt Mrs. Dorsey was his chief deputy and mado a true nnd efficient officer. If ho should II. V. Duncan's. g bo selected ns chief this time, lie will fill "court" nt Ji'sso Miller tlio plnco with credit to himself and his Monday ? State. Thero is no better man in the Sum A bl lias rented n farm andgono State than Caleb Dorsey. to housekeeping. Above represent Bonio of tho ilesirnblo tilings now in Somebody, who was probably not in Look at Lisbon's display nnd you will demand. Sec them. sympathy with tlio proceedings of tlio seo who Is In tho lend. night, ratification hero last Tuesday Mr. Alf. Adkins, of Sample, was in tho throw a missile of somo kind, either a city Monday pn business. stono or n pleco of iron into tlio crowd Doesn't this picture bring up the William Livers, of Mooleyville, wns in and struck Mrs. J. W. Jnrrett, an estlmn-bl- e the city several days lost week, lady of Stephensport, In tho faco and good days of your youth ? How in Clovcrport early in December, notico Inflicted n painful though not dangerous we did enjoy of which will bo given next week. wound. Tho lady was knocked down 0 unconcious for n long time Alf. Adkins and A. J. Kclm aro putThere is u stray Wyoming pony at Caleb and rendered Clothioi-lind to bo removed to her hotel In a ting up n saw and grist mill nt Sample. Hawkins. Tho owner will please call nnd carriage. Squiro Jarrett wishes to ex Mr. llntlino, of tho Cook Browing Co., nnd gut same. tend thanks to the kind friends who tenEvnnsvillc,wns intho city last Thursday. There will bo nbout ten patriotic Dem- dered tho carriago nnd to those who in Nov. W. Jones, of tho Episcopal church ocrats npply for tho Steyhoiipport pofct other ways rendered vnluablo assistance Owcnsboro, is expected to hold service ofllco next spring. Well, lot us be thankful for the to tho injured lady. WHAT IT MEANS. Headquarters for Thanksgiving turDr. E. L. Hayes left yesterday mornrare blessings vouchsafodus toAn excellent remedy" It what Mr. V. II, keys, oysters and celery, at Lisbon's mar- ing to attend tlio mnrringo of ids brother morrow and with moro manure Ames, ;uS. i7th St., St. I.nul, Mo., i.tysof It, ket. Foster in Owcnsboro. Speech of Gen'l A. J. Gross at tho Cloin these words : "I have used Dr. Hull's Couch judgment, be moderate in our nnd Mrs. Phil. DoIInvcn spcntSur--da- y Mr. James Crawford was elected Polico Syrup nnd found it to be an excellent rcmrd) for verport Ratification Meeting-- . as tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. judge, and W. II. Morgan was elected coughs nnd colds." feasting. City Marshal of Stephensport. Gross, nt Holt. As the ratification in thiseity last week Good Shoos. Vest's Official Vote of tho Fourtli Congreswas held on.tho night that we go to press, Leave your orders for cakes and dough-nuf- a Go to F. N. D' Huy's for your musical After the examination of the guesses we could not give as complete an nccount City Bakery for your Thanks goods. Ho can suit you in nnything in nttho sional District, tho Ninth Judifor "Vest's Good Shoes" on the result of of the proceedings as wo wished, and giving dinner. the way of musical instruments. cial District and Brocken-ridg- o the vote of Breckenridgo county in tho while thero wero many things tint oc'Tis strange, but true, wo aro still on Miss Mny Conner, who hns been visitPresidential contest of Nov. 8. 1892, wo County. curred thnt would havo made joo readtop and doing flrst-clnwork, Clovcrport ing relatives at Itockport, Ind., for quito find thnt Chas. P. Sawyer, of Clovcrport, ing matter then, they aro a little too stale Steam Laundry. n while, returned home last week. So mako tho seasonable Ky., Is tho winner his guess being with for this issue. However, tlio remarks of L. C. Johnson brought to market this in cases of in 15 votes of tlio result. For speedy relief nnd euro dinner a great success. Oomo DEMOCRATS ALL WIN HANDS Gen. A. J. Gross on tho occasion aro too season somo of the .finest Irish potatoes bronchitis, tnko Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Clayton Cnosso.v. good to omit. and oxamine our line of dainties. nnd turnips wo have seen. DOWN. It controls tho cough nnd induces sleep. R. L. Newsoji. General Gross was called from the Mrs. Dr. Harris, of Phllpot, who has "Why, Mies Loin, whero did you get crowd, and being full of enthusiasm ami Bucklen's Arnica Salve. boon visiting her father, Mr. J. J. Dyer that beautiful hat?" "Of' Mrs. II. V. KOUUTH CON'OUSSIOX.W. IIISTIUC 324S-t33?4S-- a good feeling, mounted the rostrum nnd :2&4r& & Salvo in tlio world for Cuts, The Best for a week, has returned homo. Duncan, tho milliner. Isn't it lovoly 7" 0.iril-tiesaid : Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Dr. T. W. Bedford, of Bardstown, nnd Born to tlio wife of B. Beavin, NovemFki.low Dkmociiats: Though abiost 1501 Breckenridgo 7711 1118 Mr. Win. K. Bedford, of Louisville, were ber 0th a fine boy, Edwin Beavin. Ho Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Bullitt .",21 to stand up, I will say .. 8:t7 202 toe weak Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posiin tho city Saturday nnd Sunday. will bo a Democratic voter in twenty-on11(18 1247 Grayson.. 731 a few words. We aro ratifying tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Green 7:1(1 fill) the grandest political 670 Lisbon is nlways in tho lead foroyBters, ycnis. victory everaehiev-e- d is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, Hardin 1772 70:1 074 celery, turkeys, geese, chickens. Give in this country. It is n complete triMr. C. F. Mnttingly and Win. Beavin or money refunded. II 2 1432 507 Prico 25 cents per Hart him n cnll nnd convinco yourself. 78!) wcro granted a renewal of collee houto box. 5112 LaRuo :il8 umph of tlio "masses over the classes;" a For salo by Short & Haynes, Marion 14110 1157 150 recognition of this rights of the plain peoWhen you want n good wnteh or clock, license by tho City Council lust Friday druggists. lUKI Meade 20:i ple of America. 407 Yes, it means "equal nt prices so low thnt would surpriso you. night. 1820 Nelson 1018 150 rights to nil, and exclusive piiviledges to Cnll on your jeweler, F. N. D' Huy. Court of Claims. 1035 1575 Ohio 040 is delighted who sees nnd Evorybody none;" It means n speedy nnd just revls'-lo- n 3118 Taylor 0t8 0:1 Thero will bo Thnnksgiving services nt purchases from F. fl. D' Huy's choice se 1)711 1170 Washington IlAni)iN8iiuito, Nov. 22, '1)2. 275 of the taritl' laws of this country, tho M. E. church nt 11 o'clock n. in. lection of watches, clocks, jewelry nnd which according to the Democmt definiSpcci.il to the News. Conducted by tho pastor, Kov. Morrison. Bilvcrwnrc. 1 11185 1CO0O 5050 "total, tion, donies to tlio federal government The Court refused to entertain n moMr. Marion Hnmbleton is having tho Lndies, buy your winter hnt of Mir. Montgomery's majority over Barnett, the right to collect from tho peoplo, tion to levy.tho tax to pay interest on tho in house now occupied by Fred May, on II, V. Duncan, tho milliner, nnd get it Gardtlio way of taxes, moro money than is railroad bonds. It will como up in April 4,081; Montgomery's majority over buildrailroad street raised to n trimmed in tli3 latest stylo by one of obsolutely needed to meet tho current exat tho next regular term of tlio court. ner, 10,110. ing. Louisville's best trimmers. . NINTH JUDICIAL DIHTIIICT. penses of tho governmeiit,honestly nnd This being a called torm, tho court Mr. W. W. Long, of St. Johns Hardin At F. N. D' Huy's you can find pres- thought tho matter ought not to ho coneconomically run ; it means tlio strictest For Circuit Judeo: Co., Ky., was in tho city Inst week tho ents you want, at prices you like, in his Mcllcath. Stone. economy in every department of sidered now, but should como up at n the fedguest of his brother, Mr. V. S. Long, tho splondid lino of watches, clocks, jowelry, ,.... 1780 001 eral government; it means no moro class Hnrdin regular term. 11177 105:1 butcher. Grayson diamonds, silverware, and etc. legislation, no Force bill; no federal suMrs. Atwood was elected Breckenridgo 1408 1202 Mr. Felthanthall, formerly a resident pervisors and deputy marshals nt tho F. N. D'lluy has just received tho keeper, and Dr. Moseloy e 1100 Meade 271 comof this city, but now n wholesalo jeweler handsomest lino of goods that was over polls to Interfere with the sacred riidits missioner. J1420 of Chicago, is in tlio city circulating brought to this city. IIo cordially invites 5770 of tho peoplo (applause). It means a freo IH20 among his old friends. Dr. Hale' Household Ointment you to call and examino his stock. ballot nnd n fair count; it means that tho American peoplo may buy their supplies Tho City Council last Friday night Is the finest remedy in tho world. It Leo Bishop was olectcd Constaplo in 2:155 McBeath's majority, whero thoy can bo had for tho lrnst. granted tho following claims : Chas. the Hardinsburg district. Jnbez Hayns absolutely cures catarrh. It cures NeuFor Commonwealth's Attorney: money; in line, it means less of McKln-leyisBolder, $072.48; Prico Graham, $7.70; in tlio Union Star district, nnd Jno. ralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like Stoy. Chcir. nnd more of free trade, (applauso). Third Street Planing Mill, $8.14. magic. Cures salt rheum in tlio most Priest in tho Bewleyvillo district. ". 1022 1088 Hardin It means bettor government and better When you nro in tho city cnll nt F. N. 1224 Miss Nannie Stephons, ono of the soothing manner. Cures inflamed and Grayson 1S80 times generally, moro contentment, 1401 1302 D'Huy's mammoth jewelcry storo and clinrming beauties of Holt, who has just Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs end Breckenridgo Watch this spneo 1171 and prosperity nmong tlio masses; 418 Meade bco what an imnionso stock ho has just returned from tho Bluegrass section, is Colds. Cun bo taken internally. A posiit means Democrats in office, in place of tive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruisnext week. received for tho holiday season. tho guest of Miss Lizzio Skillmnn. 5874 4212 Republicans, (iipplnuso); it means thnt es, Bums, Chilblains, Sores of longstandof Tobinsport, Ind., Mr. J. It. Polk, 4212 Dr. Smith lost a fluo horso lost Friday tho honest American voter ennnot be subscribed for tho News yesterday nnd night, by its attempting to cross n foot ing, Corns nnd bunions nro cured quick1052 Ohelf's majority, bought; it menus tho North-wes- t ly; di fie rent from nil else; superior to nil will join got ns n premium tho shirt given by Hnr-di- n bridgo over n ravine, nenr tlio old oil tho South upon nil economic questions, else; it hns no equal. 25c. nnd 50c. boxes. lUlKCKKNItllXli: COUNTY. & Brown, of Hardinsburg, Ky. works and falling off. Its neck was bro(applause); it means thnt wo had in the Largo sizo cheapest. Sold nt Short & Cloveland 1407 Several citizens aro already feeling tho ken by tho fall. contest just closed, n patriotlc.courageous 1 107 Hnyiies' drug storo. Harrison popular pulso to seo if thoy might get Tho Acmo Brick Works aro building 570 and sagaceous leadership in Grovor Weaver the Cloveoport post ofllce. Thero is lik- two now largo Eudnly kilns so that thoy STEPHENSPORT. 32 Cloveland and Adlai K. Bidwoll Stevenson, (loud ely to bo a hot scramblo for tho place. may bo ablo to fill tho increased orders Cleveland's majority over Hnrrison, cheers for t lovelnndand Stevenson). Bland & Keys liavo bought out tho that thoy will soon bo receiving for pavThe result shows a lack of confidence Littlo Helen Dowell has typhoid fever 330; over Weaver, 021. Otto Hotel at lrvington. Thoy will con- ing brick from Louisville. By tho other tables will bo seen that In the Republican parly, its principles Applicants for the post ofllco aro numtinue tho business and dcslro tho patron-ng- o Row J. R. Sampoy, D. D., of tho Montgomery, dom., carried tlio county nnd policies, becnuso of Its reckless ex- of their friends and tho public gen- Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, erous. for Congress over Bamott, rep., by u ma- travigance, cold egotism and utter disreMr. Conrad Doppo wns (not) in town jority of 333; over Gardner, pop., by 722. gard of the rights of tlio people. erally. will preach nt tho' Baptist church next Sunday. Sweet breath, sweet stomnnh, rweet Sunday morning tho 27th inst. Public For Circuit Judge, McUeath, dem.,over Fellow Democrats I cannot close Prof. F. J. Jarboo went to Samplo Stono, pop., 200. temper, nil result from tho uso of Do Witt's cordinly invited to nttond. without referring to our greatest Ameri' Littlo Early Risers, tho fatnouslittlcptlls. For Commonwealth's Attorney, Chelf, can citizen, a man whom wo all love nnd Success in everything deponds lnrgely Saturday. & Hnynes, Clovcrport; nnd Beard upon good health. Do Witt's Littlo EarShort delight to honor, who is probably the Miss Sallio Davis was in Clovcrport dom., over Stoy, rep., 00. & Beeler, Hardinsburg. For Circuit Clerk: strongest political writer in tlio world, .. ly Risers aro littlo health producing pills last week. 1474 tho Hon. Henry Watterson. Who as tlio Miss Lizzio Itickctts has just returned Seo tho point? Then take an "Early Mr. Henry Da vies is on tho Bick libt Skillmnn, dom., 1418 editor of tho greatest Ball, rep., newspaper publishfrom Louisville, whero sho has been Riser." Short & Haynes, Cloverport, nnd this week. Skillman's majority, 20. ed In America, has constantly and unsowing for Mrs. Glover, n first-claBenrd & Beeler, Hitrdinsburg, Ky. dressR. A. Braslicar, of Louisvillo, was in ForShoriu": ' ceasingly advocated tho rights of tlio maker, on Fourtli streot. Call on her Miss.Sallio Mathows, of Internal Rev-enu- o town last week. 1500 masses ns ngalnst tho classes, nnd, thnnk Rhodes, dem., and seo tho stylo of tho bat dress. Collector Scott's ofllce, will tnko a Mr. Feuix nnd family, of Union Star, Cannon, rep., 1201 God, ho hns lived to seo tho principles of Many old soldiers, who contracted vacation beforo tlio Dcmocratcs take moved hero lost week. Rhode's majority, 230. , for which ho hns so long, chronic diarrhoea whllo in tho service, chargo of tho Custom-houso- , mid will J. Vv. Jnrrett wont to Ilnrdliifaburg so enrncstly nnd so nbly fought trium-pliafor Mexico, to bo gono havo since been permanently cured of it leavo Any Person Monday to attend court. nt thopolls,(prolongcdnpplauso). by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and thirty days. Sho will travol in company Many n turkey hns gobbled Ids Inst That is troubled with constipation can Diarrhuoa Komedy. For sale by A. It. with Mrs. Reeves, of Chattanooga. get immediate and permanent relief by gobble Thnnksgiving Tho wind from tho North blows sharp Courier-Journa- l. Fisher, Clovcrport, Ky. , using Dr. Halo's Household Tea. Ono and keen, and bud cUccts of colds nro At The Satellite's Ball. Mrs. Joseph Best nnd Mr. Best, of doso day nt bed time. 25 Uichard Witt, Thos. Bolder and HerTho Texas men havo placed threo a and 50c. seen. One Minute Cough Cure so safe Cloverport's mnld of honor was Miss man Allen started Monday on n hunting new engines on tho road, No's.- 10, 17 Petrlo Station, nro guests of Mrs. Christ packages at Short & Haynes' drug storo. La Fayette LnHeist,onoof tho recognized and sure, will quickly perforin a Q$? expedition over in tho Itock Lick neigh- and 18. Thoy nro flno locomotives mado Best. &A nqr euro. Short A Haynes, Clovcrport belles of Western Kentucky. Shu Is n UNION STAR. Mr. nnd Mrs C. C. Perrigo and daughtborhood. Thoy took a wagon load especially for this road, and threo of tho nnd Benrd A Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky brilliant young lady, nnd displayed her of camping utenclls, nnd wcro well sup- "extra" englnoers at tho shops will hnvo ers, Penrl and Noun, of Cloverport, wero charms as a conversationalist nnd enter-tnlntheir hearts gladdened by n promotion In town Sunday. plied for n week or hunt. Miss Lula Robertson was in town FrI- Oivo Thanks. to those who had tho honor of a Messrs. Sam. Lucas, of Louisville, and day. Honry Morton has bought tho Folia to tho position of "regular." Tho posiBy eating your dinner and supper with dance with her. Christ Brut went to Hardinsburg MonSho wns becomingly nttired in n cossaw-mi- ll of B. K. Taylor & Co., nnd will tions havo not yet been assigned. Mr. Camlllls Cart was the guest of the IjuIIcs' Mission Society of tlio Baptist tume of pink satin mid point d'esprit. day to probate tho will of Joseph Best. in tho futuro run that establishment. Mr. Miss Mario Koys Sunday. Win. Winchester, a brakemnn on tlio church, nt tho Red Front (Now York There was no young lady nt tlio ball Fella thinks of moving away from tho d Mr. nnd Mrs. John Welsenberger, local freight yesterday, got All tho who possessed more charming graces Mr. Courtland Crossou is visiting ids Storo), on Thnnksgiving day. city, if ho can dispose of his other prop- his right hand crushed whllo coupling (nee Kinuia Hanks,) of Cloverport, and brother in Cloverport this week. good things of tlio Beason on tho tablo, than .iiiss Mamie Duncan, tho pretty girl who represented llawesville. Miss erty, horo, but hns not yet decided whero cars on tho Y. IIo was taken to the Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnko Hanks, of Addison, Mr. Milt. McAfeo was tho guest of nnd only 25 conts for your dinner. Duncan's entertainments nro nmong the ,ho willgo. Bassctt Hotel and tho Injured .member spout Sunday witli Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Miss Cordelia Cashuinu Sunday. Oysters in any stylo, 25 cents per plate. most brilliant and enjoyable socinl Bolder it Co., aro hustling the street was dressed by Doctors Simons nnd Wat-kin- s. Hanks. events given in Hancock county, and Mr. and Mrs. Phllo Hawkins returned Como nnd help us. A small udmlsslon her beauty nnd popularity nro well SPOONS Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Jnrrott, son, Grov-o- r It was found necessary to ampuwork now, not oven stopping for Sunday will be chnrged nt tho door nt night only from tho rlvor bottom Friday. known throughout that section of the ro ono of th incut plsning fd nblch the In Cloverpoit homo nnd Mrs. II. Lay wero nnd tlio river is fctlll rising slowly. . Tho tate three fingers nnd tlio thumb, tho inSuite. Her costume wns yellow crepe fumki of Fnihiun Miss Annie and Kittle Basham is on hro bruuglit out during water has driven them out of onu gravel dex finger remnining. Ills homo is in last week. Mrs.Jnrrett is now In ill health over yellow satin, with bouquet of yellow ooro of TAR FORK. scarlet fever. the sick list this week-witNot ilnco thru ipooni first with something liko erysipelas, caused pit, but another has been opened, which Louisville roses. Courier-Journa- l. HenderMr. Richard McAfeo came Into vogue bti tbero been anything mora from tlio effect of a hurt she received nt son Sunday, expecting went to Js about six feet higher. It will bo n ' to remain somo John Allen, section foreman on tho artlitlcmlljr elegant and beautiful In deilgn and C. W. Stono has quite n variety of nico tho Cloverport rally. Supposed sho won tiuie. whipping race, but tho boys will win. Short Line, nnd Lou Fallon, bridgo carworkmanship than thote whloh wo are now Call nnd fceo Mr. Josoph Cash man, who has been dress goods for ladies. Pimples, Boils, Many guesses wero received by Win. penter, had a fight down nt tho Short struck with a rock, Tlio wound was on offering an J which are winning gotden opinion sick for somo time, we nro glad to say, is them. tho side of her noso, near tho left eye. Vest & Sons, as to tho result of tho elec- Lino depot, hist Monday morning, over from all who lea tbein, Call and leo our itoclc improving. Mrs. Patrick Shcrron has been very tion in Breckenridge county, placing which should work some nion that day. of them, alio our large line of Holiday doodi Miss Mattio Ciishman. of Union Star. Black which are being received dally, and wo will Cleveland's majority over Harrison nil Allen struck Fallon over tho head with went to Now Albany Sunday to spend sick, Sho is convalescent now. tho way from SM to 800. Mr. D. 0. Young- a piece of timber and tlio light was ended. oon announce our Opening day So be lure Miss Snoldo, daughter of Rev. Sneide, tlio winter. m FACT. er, of Bay St. 1mls, Miss., guessed 80l. and ice our itook of Gbrhtiaai Ooodi before uniwren ury lor ritchors Castoria. Mr. Dick Kovs. of Addison, who has of llnnlinshiirg, is tlio guest of Mis Ho was probably estimating Koutucky Fallow was hauled homo in u wagon and VTomnUallhaTO you part with your mouey. , We can and will Uitf, rich blood, will h been visiting his sister, .Mrs. McAfee, re- Myrtle Kccnntu majorities by Mississippi's majorities. Allen went on to work. Dr. Simon atli ropl'Uy mmlo br thnt rcmnrkitbln prrimr. turned homo Sunday. give you the Wt gooJi that the lame money iitUin.Df.LhUSET'3mVX9 BIOCD DSilOaS Ohiis. P, Snwyor. of tins city was tho tended tho wounded man; while tho blow Wo aro told that two mon who claim Vur Uia (im-d- r euro of Hcroluhi, Wtuling, ' ." , Mrs. Laura Basham, who has been wilt buy In the elty or eliowbero. lucky man, his guess being JM5, and tho was a severe one, the wound 1b not con- When Baby wo tick, we gave her Caitorta. M.ircurtU Uivtuo, Kranth'iiii, Erjilpelan, ' viditiug relatives hero for tho past week ed to ho Latter Day Saints, stayed nil' Tlfcil majority was ICJO. One thing wns notlciblc; When alio was a. Child, ilia cried for Caatorla, ' ilrtmr, wi J crerr Imllrotlon of i' iporrr-Unnight in our neighborhood Sunday returned homo Sat unlay. Maul. It. Lbi7'i Iliol Etirthir U the nmong tho questions no one that Harri- sidered necessarily dungorous. When bo became Mlas, she clung to CaatorU, Hi tuiuixly that can nlwaj lx rtflitxl upon. son or Weaver would carry the county, Mr. Sam Keys, of Lodihurg, who has night. HrwreliiU ll It. non Thoruucli.tircc Urunto Turkey i When the had Children, (he cure them Coatoria. JEWELER, Seo O. W. Stone's advertisement in whllo peoplo of ull political persuasions JL" and SAI.K Ducks been working on the bridge force forsomo THE SELLERS MEDICINE CO. min 0L0VKRP0RT, KY. did guessing, tinio, will spend this week hunting. UarUliiiburtf, Ky, another column, HTTB1UHIH, . v w nth-nde- Hard-insbur- 1ing, tho butcher. Oysters nt Long's. Fresh pork nt Long's. Llvo turkeys nt Long's. Thanksgiving nt Long's. Dremcil turkeys nt Long's. Blood pudding nt Long's. Gmuo of nil kinds nt Long's. Armour beef, and celery nt Long's. Thanksgiving supplies at tang's. Tho finest colery in tlio city nt tang's. Do you know tang? Ho is tho city butcher. John Gregory nnd family have moved to Fordsvillc. Mr. A. W. Clark, of Cannelton, wns in tho city Saturday. High TnrifTis busted, hut wo nro not Clovcrport Steam taundry. Mrs. P. V. Duncan, who fell and hurt herself sometime ago, Is improving. There wns n largo baptising in the pool nt tho Falls of Sinking Monday. Mr. A. Oclzo Is improving tho looks of his residence by a fresh coat of paint. Mr. Lou Wagoner is sick witli pneumonia fever nt Ids homo on Ilites Htm. Tlio Democratic ratification at last Thursday did not ratifi-catStep-henspoc. Mr. II. M Jolly, of lrvington, wns in ' thn city yesterday. Mrs. I). It. Murray wns in Louisville last weok nt tho big Democratic ratification. Sho also saw Lillian Russell. Mr. .Tames L. Patterson, government who enmo homo from Owcnsboro several weeks ago sick, has grown worso nnd is now confined to his bed. IIo will bo taken to Norton Infirmary, Louisville, t -- uorrow. Rtoro-keepcr, Henry Wlnlor. Wm J. Winter. Johu M. Borntracger. 5-- (4rf LOOK HERE! Double-breaste- d if . It Sacks, In Nobby Scotcli Weaves. and Overcoats. Storm Ulsters, In "Irish Frieze" and other Rough Fabrics. Black Melton Overcoats, lapped seams. YOU KIVIOW HOW IT IS YOURSELF! Julius Winter & Co., 'Old Reliable" H Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky THE TURKEY MOTHER ROASTED! HOW WE "DONE 'EM." SULZER'S HAVE JUST WHAT YOU NEED. ss 1 re-uni- on 6 r, gg o a two-stor- y poor-hous- o poor-hous- m hnp-pine- ss ss Tariff-reform- nt - won-droii- G'y cr ten-day- 's east-bouii- SOUVENIR jer. if JBt sv j3 Ms, ci F.N. D'HUY, ' i vi 6 Breckenridge News. 10, THR BREGKRNRIDGK NRWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. HELL II IMWESVILLE ! WEDNESDAY, NOVK.MHKU A I8ltt. fZTK Many Indlclmonts Against Promi- nont Citizens Aro Stolen from The Court Housa. Church member Crap-shoote- nURAL THANK3G17INQ. tfCLOTHIERS - IN - CHIEF' Kleinhans & IH T1IIC PKOUD POSITION IIIELJLJ IJY ' They nro having lively times down nt Hnwesvillo ngaln over local option, gambling, etc. It will bo remembered that n lew months ago local option was voted out of the city and the council nnd County Court granted licenso to Henry Hayues to start n saloon. This Circuit Judge, L. P. Little, declares contrary to law, giving as his opinion Hint tho whole Mngipterial District should vote on the subject. Circuit Court was In session nt Hnwe8ville last week and the judge instructed the grand jurv to indict Hayncs for selling liquor without license. This they failed to do, and tho judgo discharged them nnd bad another jury summoned composed of men living outside of Hnwesvillo nnd the Magisterial District. This jury not only indicted Hnynes but went further nnd found truo bills against many prominent citizens of Hnwesvillo and vicinity for snooting craps, playing poker nnd other pHutices. aro church -v BvAv.rl5lb " sT Among tho indicted persons city oflicials members, merchants, clerks, etc., somo of whom had been very anxious to have the kiJooii keepers "stuck." This was "too big a boo," and the consequence was that last Wednesday night I vim ir ojuLtv'j the Court-h- o use was entered bv sonic one and nil tho indictments were stolen. , ' Judge Little refuses to call nn extra sesRWim r is-- ) -sion of court to fit tlio emergency, but Sarcffrv " ' 7r the snmo parties will probably bo indicted at tlio next regular term. The town is all excitement and some of the citizens -- i are very indignant at tho course things --A "l' have taken. The trouble with llnwesville is that too many people want to nosu.into nnd TIIU UNSUSrnCTIXO GOMH.ER. by weeks of lying in tho cellar. And regulate his neighbor's alliiirs, and overtho email Iwy how ho does enjoy this look the fact that his own yard is uot Reason I Theso nro tho days whnn lie clean. When they get rid of n great "slips off at afternoon recess," gives the deal of moRshiifkisiii and liypoeraey tho Rchool linuso tlio "cold shako" nnd hurtown can tako its place among the prories to tho houth woods, tlicro to gather gressive little cities of tho country, and tho big green walnuts in piles; pounds they do this, the sooner they tho soft hulls oft" and picks out tho nuts, the quicker pausing occasionally to crush ono with will cense to bo laughing stock for neigha convenient utono for ituincdliito con- boring towns. His lips nro stained; his sumption. A bad rau of rheumatism cured with 75 cent. hands aro dyed and dull brown; he knows "it will novur como oil till it Mr. Aug. hchenfle, St. Lnula. Mo., write. "I.ait wenrs off," and that tho chances aro wnklhad a ver) had attack of rheumatism. vcn that ho will get whaled, but Mill UiiM'd three buttlia of jlvatlon Oil which .lopho does it as ho did it last year, and as ped the p.ifn and cured me. ho will do it ngain. Wo all did it. It is tho day befuro Thu'ikhgiving a Oil, Wlmt DinVrniirn In tlio Morning! glorious, golden, sunshiny mid Minmlat-in- g day and tho old farmyard is full of i. Ited i'uto, as wo call last year's lifo. gobbler, is strutting alwut in tho glory of freshly attained adult gobblurhood, ns proud and imjKirtaiit as if ho were directing tho proceedings. Ho is in a rciiho, though ho httlo imagines the cciiho. "Our riut dooms linn to blcerl today," as I'opu nays, but not having our reason ho can look on in tlio liappiuest Tho chopping block, of ignorance. staked fast for tho conveiiieneo of cutting kindling, is before Ins eyes, and jug beyond tho ax is on tho grindstone, but ho Httlo imagines that it all lias any reference to him; that lie is tlio central ilguro iu tho coming ptoieedings. lie in 3f2V.VJ -- 0' lovely in life, and In death he will he getdivided, tho preacher mid thu poor IIo Do you remember over skating on Thanksgiving day? ting their share. Tho wife und mother takes stock of She No, indeed. I haven't had n ducks and chickens, but talks of the so skato on for a long timo. Ho I wish I could say tho same thing. clal features. Will tho lxs get hoiin I had one on only last night. from Asbury university? They will.foi tho "spondulix," as col lego Itoys in those days called tho loinittuurn, wac "Put Money in Thy Purse." hunt in lime, and even now tho youugei Always How'.' Have doctor's bills. brother has gone, to the country depot to fetch them homo in thu old farm wagon keep on hand a bottle of that finest of remedies, Dr. Hale's Household Cough Thanksgiving morning the light breakfast is hoon dixjiatched, for that is a Cure to allay the first irritation caused by small affair on such a day. There is n a cold. Don't think you can fix up somegeneral brushing up. and all are oil to thing justasgood when for 'Joc.or fiOo. you tho country church. Tim preacher ami can have the result of years of practice his wife return with tlio family, mid about 1 o'clock tho great event of the and experience expended In making this preparation absolutely the best. For sale day is on. All aro thoro tho two lys from by Short A Hayues. collego, tho hirod man and ono or two cousins, tho oldest girl of the family nnd 1 liiitilgli Inn (.Ilea. In) mill Ciiinfitrt. tho rosy cheeked farmer sho married a S01110 lieautiful thoughts regarding year or so lieforo. Tho baby is laid on Thanksgiving aro embodied iu the foltho bed in tho nearest room, and there, is lowing paragraph published by Harper's always at least one httlu girl to fond of Daz'ir home timo ago: "When tho heart children that b)iu volunteers to watch is sorest, gihf tho bitterest, loss the him. Tho happy group is seated, the most extreme, the giving of thanks brings preacher has his devotional say nnd aca relief to tlio spirit like that of rain to tual busiucKS U'gliin. Ited 1'oto shines tho thirsty earth. To give thanks to ouco more, iu culinary beauty this timo, heaven that we have had the lost to but it is positively his last appearance on lovo, that they aro ours, since wo love theso shores. And then tho long afterthem still and wo cannot lovo what is noon of social chat nnd innocent merrinot; to give thanks that they over exment, and tho evening in which the isted, that wo knew them and had to do young people take possession of tho with them, that wo had prido and joy in house! Such was Thanksgiving iu tho them to do this is to put ourselves Into good old times, such for the most part such close connection nnd conversation it still is, mid such may it long continue with tho nil giving power as to receive a Viao. to bo. now joy almost as precious as tho old. It is liko tho breaking of sacramental The tcMimonial. whiih the mall bilnui evebread still with tho lsdovcd; it is sharry day run that "Dr. Mull's Cough Syrup cured ing with heaven still their possession. the baby of croup." "It cured me of a inottdie truiilngciiugu;" or "It cured iny little boy of It is lifting tlio whole being to tho spirorutluo-U."Wo could not do without It. itual piano where tho beloved aro. It is without meaning it, without knowing It, saying 'Thy will bo dono.' It Is enIlefitrn tlm Dinner. tering into tho closo intimacy of that power dark with excessivo brightness. It makes heavenly joys real, and all but renews and revivifies tho earthly." "Tlio past rises beforo mo ltko a dream," na Bob Ingoreoll Raid. Wo nro back In tlio good old tlmea boforo tho war, In tho inlddlo section of tho Wabash valloy. Tho glorious, mollow, yellow, lato autumnal days havo como. Indian Rummer is past, It is truo, but its aroma still lingers on tho brown meadows and in tho gloriously varicolored woods. At least ono year in throo wo havo "Into springs nnd lato falls," ns tho fanners Bay, and this is ono of tho years. Tho frost is on tho pumpkin, but lightly ns yet, and tho fodder Is In tho shock, though tho cnttlo still browso a Httlo and nro fattening in tho stalk fields, from which tho yellow corn has just been gathered. "This is tho timo of year when everything tastes good," tho boys say. "This is tho season when tho gamo is nt its best," say tho hunters. "And tills is tho Reason when onr bones hurt us tho least," tho old folks say. Tho milk is cool and rich. All tho vegetables nro nt their best, perfectly ripo,but uot yet withered Kleinhans & Simonson. f aro t&imS Simonson. Mammoth Shoe and Clothing Company. AND AniSTiint Into It. FIE SUITS, LOVELIER LOVELIER BRIGHTER AND BONNIER AttB Til a FOR BOYS AND YOUTHS OF 10 TO Sotch Suits, very neat, others prices $13 to $145 our price (2j1 A Worsted Suits, made in handsome styles ; others' prices $15 to $ 16 ; our pi ice 21 f) Dark Double and Twist ; others' prices .fiS ft- fT to $20; our price Sawyers' woild - praised ; others' prices $20 dhl O tpJLO to $22; our pi ice ; Imported Silk - mixed others' prices .f 22 to $25 ; our price Cas-simere CHILDREN'S WE SHOW QT AS SUITS BOYS' SUITS 18. OVERCOATS.. Beautifully fitting Meltons, in every desirable color, Black Cheviots ; others' prices .$12 tfS- A yplV to $14; our price The King of Kerseys, excellently well made; others prices $)A$ $15 to fift; our price Gracefully made Kersey Overcoats, both regular and extra length; others' prices $18 to .$20 ; tfypA.U our price The ever popular English Kersey; others' prices .$20 to .$22 ; (Jf- Q our price Fashionable English Meltons, worn by fine dressers ; others' prices .$22 to .$25 ; our (IhCafl price ' - THE SEASON ADVANCES. QQ QQ Buys a nobby Long Pants Sack Suit, worth WXtXjyj $5. JO Buys choice of 1,200 $3 Short Pants Suite. vp0 Cas-simcr- - 51 YQ Hoys a very dependable Short I'niita Sit, OX. I a Worth $1. $2.23, $3, buys a grndo of Short Panto Sult, V l.'VCj unequalled on earth for the money. QK And up for Kilt Suits in all tho popular and O-S.- pretty patterns. Cassi-tncres- rtk p&J Our Child's Overcoats aro charming, nnd prices run from JJSc, to $1.19, $1.08, $2.50, $U.M) nnd $5. Hoofers in nil tho newest shades, patterns and styles on earth, and a beautiful stock of Jersey Suits, KlltSuitfl and every novelty offered in tho centers of fashion. n Sfluarc Sack Patcli Pocket Suit in elenunt styles. QP I 'A Ihiys a Cassimcre Long Pants Suit for your $U.LU boy, worth $7. QH fin 1Juys choico of COO very handsome $8 to $9 OU.UU Long Panuj Suits. . QQ $3, $9 buys very select School nnd Dress Suits, V worth one third more, in square Sacks, Cutaways, Doublo-breaste- d and overy style. ,,u'8 elegant Suits in Fancy Cheviots Q1 H OH t0 ?l2 WXU.W I1I110 nnd black Cheviots, Cossimeres, Tricots, etc. You save $1 to $3 on every Boy's, Youth's and Child's Suit bought nt tho Mammoth. Come and see the goods nnd prices or send for illustrnted cntaloguo. 00 I,u'8 q U- - ay - "" c - $J.O 3MU g(y5ff ir. d Shoes for all tho family at Hate less thnn you pay at other stores. for Men, lloys, and Children at the lowest prices on earth. Our display of Furnishing", Gloves nnd Umbrellas unsur-pnsd. Send for illustrnttd catalogue. one-thir- KLEINHANS & SIMONSON, MAMMOTH SHOE AND CLOTHING COMPANY, Hunting Coats and Boots, Workingnnd Dress Suits, Waterproof Coats, Underwear of overy grade, Whito Shirts, Flannel Shirta, Neckwear, in fact, everything that Men, Boys and Children wear. Send for illustrated catalogue. 1 st Market Street, between Fourth and Fifth, LOUISVILLE, KY. rtK.; '..'iU ME -- mMiMS. r mmmw.si . Rules for Cooking Meats. The orthordox rule for the cooking of meat, fish, fowl is to allow n quarter of an hour to every pound; yet this recipe needs to be mixed with brains. Some e meats; families like rarc.others ngain. a joint may be unusually thick or remarkably thin; ngain, full grown and mature ments, such as beef and mutton, are best with red gravy oozing from them, while immature or white meats, such ns lamb, veal, pork, etc., are absolutely dangerous unless done to the bone. A good rule is to nllow twelve to fifteen minutes, according to the taste of tho family and the thickness of the joint, for the cooking of every pound of beef and mutton; fifteen to eighteen minutes for the cooking of every pound of pork, veal, lamb, linm, bacon, fish and every kind of fowl. Accidents happen, however; the oven may bo too cool, the fire too slow, and what not? Hon cook should learn to know by tho appearance of the meat itself when it is snllleiently cooked. How By carefully observran this bo done ing tlio appearance of tint meat around the center bono or hones. If the learner be iu doubt, the blade of 11 knifu can bo run in about 1111 inch to the bone, nnd the meat slightly raised and examined for a moment or two. After ono or two trials this will be found to be an infallible method. It is quite right next to the bono beef and mutton should bo red nnd j'licy, but if the beef he blue or tho mutton has that strange, raw look peculiar to mutton that hasjui-- t felt thu heut of the lire, the joints need a little more cooking; while white meats should bo white, even to the bono, with the exception, perhaps, of lamb, which many people prefer with a little pinky juice oozing through. (iood Housekeeping. well-don- For the Best jKKBg8g98BgBffiffiffig? inoke - t m BgBf'88B8 l Try The -- : h Havana Leaf:- - '3EraijL$jfr3j&B'3BS raVJlv 10 Cent Clear, Havana filler, or the Natural Leaf: 'o3wycijJSyyf35&3t3i5:cEoot5y S38tEol For lame back there-i- s nothing better than to saturate a lluunel cloth with Chamberlain's Pain Halm mid bind it on tho nllected parts. Try it and you will bo surprised nt the piompt relief it ntlbrds. The same treatment will cure rheumatism. ForsnlobyA.lt. Fisher Cloverport, Ky. Hunt Thinking, 5 Cent, Florida Filler. The best cigars. made. Manufactured by the Oloverport Oigar Oompany, J. M. BELL, Proprietor, CILiOZEIEeiFOIECT.., ISTST. !8gE3MH Hl?l W Wifo 1 don't think much of this minco pio, do you? Husband Not now, but I expect to all tho rest of tlio night. Save Your Money I Are You in the Ring? LOU! FURNISHED Len. Gr. Herndon & Co., IP poit-odc- ltEI'OHTS UY : mi JS! k i. - sir isu . Headacho is the direct result of Indigestion and stomach disorders. Remedy these by using Do Witt's Littlo Early ltisers, and your headaeho disanears. The favorite littlo pills everywhere. Short & Hnynes, Cloverport, nnd Beard it Heeler, Hardiusburg, Ky. An Old llnccunrcr. H STOH E Bewleyville,Ky. No Gonoral Produce and Cammission Merchants and General Storage. .Jiliilk fc'Mi'Affo3!aW''iJt A large number ot H. W. HERNDON, Manager. ltellable and prompt. Caib with every lale. Conilgnmenti lollclteJ. nt For instance, Mrs. Cluis. ltogem.of Bay City, Mich., acchlently spilled scalding water over her little boy. Sho promptly upplled Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, giving Instant relief. It's a wonderfully good salvo for burns, batilscs, sores, and a sure euro for piles. Short it Hayncs, Cloverport nnd JJcnnlVt Heeler, Ilnrilins-burKv Tiinnkiglvli'i; In I n ill Tho native servants of India aro Bald to )k courteous iu tho extreme, and when thoy learn of nny particular festival which their masters desire to observe they always" iiinko It n point to oTTer their congratulations, accompanied by presotits of flowers, fruits and sweets tastefully arranged in fantastic baskets, They know nil about Chrintnina and Now Year, but it was tho United Bmtos consul nt Calcutta who first enlightened them regarding Thanksgiving. There-nft- or tho diplomat and his successors ns well havo boon appropriately honored on tho "Yunkco holiday." 11. g, ilajor PikcstafT (nt tho ThniikBglvlug reunion) Wolli my Httlo runn, do you know wlmt you havo to bo thankful for? Tlio Littlo Wan Yes, indeed, sir. I am thankful that thcro is Roino Jamaica ginger in tho houso. Small in size, great In results: Do Witt's Littlo Karly Itlseru. Best pills for Constipation, best for Sick Headache, best for Kourfc'tomacli. They ncvor gripe. Khoit Allnynes, Cloverport, and Heard A Heeler, Hardltisburg, Ky. "I recently mot a survivor of Pirato Lnfitto's band of freebooters," said Thomas Haines, onco a lloutonnutin tho United States navy. "IIo was n tough looking specimen, nnd must havo been well past eighty years of ago, for it is more than sixty years since Lafitto had his headquarters on Galveston island nnd preyed upon tho commerce of tho Qulf. Tho rello of thoso half forgotten times was an Inmnto of n, Jersey Cltj charitable institution and was not much inclined to discuss bygones. IIo said Iiowover, tint Lnfitto was a very handsome Frenchman more than six feet iu icight, well mado and possessed of wonderful talents as n commander. IIo ruled thu toughest lot of men over congregated on 0110 island ns though thoy were a flock of lamlH. Occasionally n lawless spirit would robol, iiowover, but his days thenceforth wero brief nnd full of trouble. Every woman who cuino in contact with Lafitto fell iu lovo with him, and ho was as safe nmong Ids friends in New Orleans ns on Galveston island surrounded by his armed buccaneers."- - St. Louis fc-m-alo Globo-Demo-cr- Credit Prices Plain Figures. I If not, now If your opportunity. Wo will eloie our branch itoro at IUrdlnilurg, on anil after Monday, Nov. 7tli, anil comolldato lame with our largo itock at Cloverport, Ky., and will for a ihort timo offer very cheap bargain! In all goodi In our lino, In order to reduce our itock, and ai Cbrlittnai li cloie at hand, by making your purcliaiet now money can be ared. An early Inspection of our Double To partlei IMng at a Stock will pay you. dlitanoe we wilt tond goodi by expreu on election. Alio penonal attention to all work Intruited to our care, and lamo guaranteed to giro latiifnotlon. LOUISVILLE. KY., Ner. 22, IbBJ. Sblpperi ihould mark all paekagei plainly, e addren, with ihlpper'f name and BUTTER. 18 18 Choice, country 12 IS Medium Common 11 Everything; Marked in Creamery Freib Hooiten . ' 20 HO & 28 1i (IS. FRUIT 20' POULTRY. 0 to 7 3 to 4 0 to 8 , At the TREES Old Hem per lb.. Hardinsburg Nursery, I'or next fall delivery. Order what you' want Anything we haven't nn hand, we will procure It for you at the lowcit rates. Manager Ilardlmburg Nnntry, HARDINSDURO ,KY Sprlngen , Will give y.ou more for your produce than any house that will pay Goods you FEATHERS. Prime, white gone.... Mixed Old No. 1. duck Green, pood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheep iklni Tub-waih- 48 (ft 49 2i & 38 24 35 25 40 lA ZACK. GREEN, HIDES. F N. D'Huy 8(5 7& 30 22 20 25 8 9 80 )i YOUR JEWELER, OLOVEM'OHT, KY. a nominally higher price than it A. A, Simons, M. D. Physician Surgeon can be sold at. Ojjiceover Ureclcnridge Hank. WOOL. , dreaie, fine cwvimroiiT, ky. Create, eoane 15) Merino.,., 111 Ilurry and Citi HAY, GRAIN, FKKD. Wo qu'ote price on Loulivlllo elty wharft OATS. No, 2 oat - 33 34 to-d- Of tho 218 Bulciilca roiiortcd in Now York city In 0110 year, shooting wns moat popular with 77 ensos, to 48 by polBon, 87 by hanging, S3 by gnu, 10 by kuifo, 10 by drowning, 4 by jumping front a roof and 8 by jumping from it wiudow. A blind man with a hand orgyn luia been parading tho streets of Alexandria, Ind., with a placard on his breast which reads, "Iamblindand tho fathor of eight children by a horrible accident." X BT ' MlipilMPM ...f ... IVWfflWyFf - ". ' . "' 'WlWWI otfc ..T-. .n AOui & re M'. F li" Engineer I T. Reed wont to Ixmiih-vill- e W. E. Minor, of Holt, was In tho city DISTINGUISHED QUESTS. Monday. yesterday on business. Hunry Winter. Wm. J. Winter. Joliu M. Dorntracgcr Tho third kiln nt tho Pntton brick A Crowd of Louisville's Prominent Mrs. Charity Woods is visiting frit nds Citizens Tako in Cloverport. works is nearing completion. 30j)kt ortr 1'ayreA IV Hardwire Starr 'at Union Star? In pi The following prominent citizens of Mrs. Friel, ol Victoria, was thu gmst Thos. II. Pates, of Tnr Fork, was in OLOVERPOnT. KY. Louisville came down in n private car of Mrs. Wm. Mullen Tuesday. the city Monday. Monday nnd viewed the town nnd her Ice cream every ovening and night nt Mis. Blvean Tucker, of Stopheinport, A. industries: Martin's drug store. was in the city shopping Monday. Mcssib. J. C. Loomls, Phil. Pros., -Mr.'&itu, HIx, of StephensiKirt, was in Miss Bradley, of Caniielton, U visitSamuel Booker, P. J. Wooldridgo, Ixmis tho city yesterday. ing Miss Evelyn Hicks this wt ek. While wo hnvo not "cut nny ncqnnintnnces," wo hnvu OANNELTON, IND. Sominers, John Doerholfur, J. E. Hikes, Win. 11. Hell and Victor Ilownier went made to order In tho bent utylu. niiulo another cut in our prices for thiB week which cuts off all Misses Allletie and Minnie Murray are G. K. Hikes, Col. C. F. Joluibon, W. W. tj ''Sulta visiting friends nt Brandenburg. rorioei in gunmntmi. unicre BOJicitco. to llnnlliwburg .Sunday. .Smith, Henry J. Summers, W. J. Abraprofit. TIiih is tho kind of cut Unit cuts to the quick. Wo must Hnvu you examined the label on join ; Mis. Leigh Isn.ua, of Sti'i henpoit, ham, Walter Frautz, Km I Hoistz, and 1 1 r-- M stand it for awhile, however. linther than carry over tho goods M. D. A. A jniju. r to Bee. how you Maud? was in the city shopping .Monday. Chorhs V. Mehler, City Engineer of till next season, wo cheerfully niako this sacrifice. Our friends Mr. Julius Dutschke, of Yellow Rank, Mr. (Say Cecil, of Owoimboro, was h Uiulsville; 11. A. Bell, Khcrill' of Jollbr-so- n and patrons in tho city nnd surrounding country will miss an county ; I.afo Joseph, City Attorney In tho city Monday on buHlncm. wiw guest of Mis Evelyn Hicks Sunday. Office our lirrclrnrhhje llunl. of 1iuisville ; R. T. Burke, Assessor of opportunity seldom prosonted if thoy fail to tako advantage of 9 i ( Mr. T. W. Uenrs, of Stanford, Is tlio They still continue to sell and break QI.0VJ2M'011T, XY. . '. IMiisvllle; and W. B. Haldermiin, of this "ugly cut," guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Smart. Texas ponies here, nnd the country is rw (W the Courier-Journan a tii v, Our now Fall and Winter stock, which wo nic now getting full of them. Mr. Samuel Gilbert, of Stephensport, The gentlemen nro nearly all interest was in tlio city Monday and Tuesday. Prof. Gub. Brown anil wife went to ed in the Acme brick works, but visited manufacturing right hero in Louisville, is fust coming in from our workmen and crowding us for room. U.S. Claim &. Pension Agent Miss Lola Camp attended tho Meade Brandenburg yesterday to spend several nearly every mnuufnrturiiig establishdays visiting relatives. County Teacher's Institute last week. ment in thu city. The great Acme, Bom to the wife of James Tiiiius, which has just been recently started, Miss Mollio Withers, of New Bethel, STEPHENSPORT, KY. Friday, the 12th Inst., n fine daughter, was running, and tho distinguished vis was the guest of.Mrs. Passe tt yesterday. itors wero agreeably surprised and well D. Mr. and Mrs. It. L. l'eak returned nnd Jim is n happy man. pleased with its immensity nud perfect Mrs. A. (J. Wright, neo Mollie Patter Sunday from a visit to relatives ntEkron. compli-mout- s Mrs. David Standi!!', of St. louis, is sou, Lyonia, Ky., who has been sick for operation, and the praises nud (10 that they heaped upon Mr. Allred CLOVEKl'OUT, KY. sometime is slowly improving. visiting her mother, Mrs. Wilkerson, Morgan, the superintendent of the VSrOfficc at Home for the jiretciit. Mr. Joe Flaherty, of Paynesville is in this city. He thinks of moving here works, wero both profuse and loud. At limner's Spring next Saturday will the city. This plant is thu largest and best soon nnd making this his future home. News. probably be the biggest picnic of the equipped brick manufacturing establish(Pi i" seuson. There is to be a big Catholic picnic nt ment in tho United States, nnd when it WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1892. Fresh bananas, watermelons, canto-lope- Brandenburg noxt Saturday, and there is completed, it will probably surpass 9 9 coconuts nnd lemons at Mnrtln's will doubtless bo a largo crowd there. any other like establishment in the endrug Btore. Another delegation of Cloverportets tire world. LOCAL BREVITIES. Everybody nnd tho candidates, too, leaves next Saturday for Kansas City to They are just now finishing their third J. M. Locknnl lina gono to Pnnn, 111., will bo nt Pruner's Spring next Saturday attend the annual meeting of the kiln, and they will not be done building UNION STAR. BEWLEYVILLE. Knights of Pythias. on a Visit. nt the big picnic. 1 until ten or fifteen have been completed. I A A A if, ,Misa Jennie Patterson and her cousin Incomplete nnd imperfect as they now Mr. John Tnnncr Is visiting relatives Mr. Hubert Burner was a guest of Miss Mr. nnd Mrs. G. W. Short went to Mr. Ab Newman, of Irvington, wns in in Morgnnfiold. Uniontown yesterday to visit his broth- Miss Lidn Sargent, of Rockport, Ind., re- are, they turned out IJo.lOO brick in nii.e Blanche Fryiniro Sunday. town Friday. turned Sunday evening from tho Associ- hours Monday. Col. J. D. 1'owcrs, of Tnr Springs, went er, W. G. Short. Mr. Chas. II. Drury went to llaidins-bur- g Mr. 1). A. Hendry was a guest of Mii-- s K l When wo got such people as the ones Sara E. Richardson last Sunday. tn Louisvilio Monday. Mr. Albert Parry has gone to Concord- ation nt Fordsvillo. Monday. Mrs. R. D. Witt and daughter, Maude, named above interested in Cloveronf. Fntty, tlio boys nt tho jdiopu say ia to stmt his largo fruit distillery, which Miss Matn Root is improving and we Mr. G. A. Tabor, of Georgetown, was attended tho picnic nt the Holm Place and her a Hairs there is no doubting that hope to see her well again soon. is situated at that place. "please- don't leave." in town Friday. wo will prosper. They are wealthy men Hoy. Horton left Friday morning to bo Miss Katie Hall, of Meade county, is last Saturday, and report a pleasant day Miss Gardner, of Hawcsville, in the Mrs. S. P. Drury has returned from nnd universally known for their good nbpent some time in Ohio. tho guest of Mrs. Hnydcn Posuctt nt tho among old friends. guest of Mt. and Mrs. E. B. Gardner. 1' alls of nnd successful business ipialifications. Rough. Mr. and Mrs. Will Gardner were pasFlorence Cottreli went to Kiifwellvillo Passctt Hotel. Mr. Claude Pi ash ear, Midwuyi is viiut- Our days of prosperity ore just dawning, Mr. R. II. Peiiiiliiuton went to llnr- sengers on tho east bound mail nnd Misses Dosca May, Annie nnd Jnno Saturday to visit her father. ing his uncle, Mr. C. M. McGlothlnii, though wo think we ate great now. dhxburg Monday. yesterday enrouto to their homo spent Sunday with Miss A largo crowd from here attendid the Ilnmblcton Our guests left for Louisville on the I) Mrs. Owen Cunningham returned last The candidates were in town Friday near ChenauR from a visit in Ilunccck Frieda Riedel, nt Holt. o'clock train, and Cleverport feels proud week from u visit to relatives at Ekron. at Tell City last week. and spoke for us. county. One of tlio nicest balls of the season that she has had such distinguished Mr. arid Mrs. Eli Worley, of BrandenUnion Star was well represented at Quito a number of our people attendRalph Nutting, tho young copper- callers. was given by tho young folks of tho town burg aro visiting Mrs. Sain. Hall. the show Wednesday eve at Stephens- - ed chinch nt Freedom Sunday. in Payne & Oelze's Hall last Tuesday smith and coructlst, left last Saturday Mrs. Jcrro Gannano is visiting rela poit. for Grand Rapids, Mich., his former Mrs. Maiy Beaiuiiomp, of Sample, is A SCRAP. night. tives at her old home, Whitcsville. Charlie Cashman will attend the visiting her father, Mr. Joel Jordan. homo, and will probably accept ono of Pruner's Spring is between Union Stnr J. W. Gaithcr, of Alton, Ind., was in proposals while gone. those leap-yea- r Mayor Lightfoot and Charles May Teacher's Institute at Hawcsville this Mr. W. W. Keath, of the L. St. L. ,V and Preston, on tho Prnndcnburg road. week. tho city a couple of dayij last week. Early Risers, Early Risers, Early RisT., bridge force spent Sunday with his Come To Blows. Next Saturday is the day for their big ers the famous littlo pills for constipa Miss Emma Severs visited her cousin Scott Vance, machinist at the shops, picnic. This little city was thrown into consid- Miss Myra Hanks at Stephensport hist family. tion, sick neaoncne, dyspepsia and tier has been promoted to running u lathe. Miss Gola Orendiifi' leturned home TZS bulzcrs liave a nice display o! cam- voiisness. rorsaic iy Miort fi Havnes. erable excitement hfst Friday evening Week. , The G. A. It. had a good and interestyesterday accompanied by Miss Victoria paign goods in their window. Let's or- Cloverport, nnd Peard & Peeler, Har- - because of a fight between Mayor C. E. diusburg. Mr. and Mrs. I.. T. Roberts, Roberts Pay no. ing meeting at Ilodgcnvillo last week. ganize u Democratic club nud fit out in Lightfoot and Chas. May, a prominent It wns rumored on tho streets Monday citizen, in which Lightfoot received a Bottom, spent Wednesday with Mrs. Dr. MoorMisses Edna V. and Mary E. Miss Vovu Paul, of Flaherty, is the thoso Cleveland hats. that the Ideal Prick Works would break couple of severe blows in the face and Mllncr. man aro visiting relatives in Hawcsvillu. guest of the family of the familv of Mr The city is full of strangers who nro dirt booh and immediately proceed to May was severely, but not dangerously, Mrs. Win. Hawkins and family, of Geo. P. Pile. Mrs. Moredock, who lias been visiting desirous of making this town their future erect buildings for a large plant. If cut with n knife. Hitu's Run, aru visiting Mr. Joseph relatives here, is now visiting in Hawes-vill- homo, but can get no place to live. Miss Nellie Henderson left S.ituiday such bo the case, Cloverport is glnd to From till reports, there has been u lit- Cashman. for an extended visit to her biother, Dr. Puild more houses. know it. Mr. Helm Milner, of Roberts Bottom, P. R. Henderson, of Louisville. tlo diUereneo between tho two men for Charles Compton and son, of Sample, Weed Chelf and "Puck" Kendall, of Mr. and Mr?. A. B. Skilluun have re- some time, nud in talking the matter who has been ill for several days came wore in the city Monday and called at Elizabctlitowu, candidates for Common9 Tho"Kid"baM ball club of Ilardinsturned from their tiip through the recuperate. this ofllcc. 11 burg, pushed thiough the city Saturday wealth's Attorney addressed tho citizens Rocky Mountains. Thoy report n very over doAvn on the bridge, on tho evening homo to mentioned, it resulted in the light. Mrs. Chappoll returned last week from on their return fiom Big Spring. Miss Mildred Ilubun.er, of Itockport, of Cloverport, last Saturday night. enjoyable trip. Mr. Skillmau says that May is a large man, while Lightfoot is a pleasant visit to relatives nud friunds Ind., was visiting Mrs. Jtobt. T. l'olk last Mr. Sig Oiler, of Collin county, Texas, mo If that lady at the lecture tho other neither ho or Mrs. Skillmnn experienced sinnll, but game. Tho knife used by in and near Owensboro. weok. , ,,u, and Miss Mary Owen, of tn are night only knew how nicely Hall's Hair nn acho or a pain whilo they wero gone. Lightfoot was a small pocket knife, or Miss the gucHts of Dr. J. H. W. Mrs. J. J. Severs and daughter, Mrs. Julia Durgco, of Jeflersonvillc, Frank. Itonower would rcmovo dandruirnnd imMiss Roso E. Barry, of Charleston, Mo. the result might have been more serious. Blanche, were the guests of Mrs. Hanks Ind., is tho guest of her brother, Mr. prove tlio hair she would buy n bottle. Master Walter Harrison returned Satwho has been visiting her brothor, Mr. As it was, May was cuf four times and at Stophcnspoit Thursday. era mi Sam Hall. urday from Itouisville, wheie ho had Green apples aro very ecarco in this Albert Barry, this city, is the guest of stabbed three times, the wounds being Mrs. Agnes Rleketts and grandsons been visiting his mother fur jfl) Frank Deacon, King's Landing, who section and they nro selling at n high Mrs. L. I). Addison, nt Addison, nnd will on tho thigh, hip and side. Mr. James sometime. Louib-vill- o was sick at 1$. Coomes' was taken home price. Local dealers aro paying $1.10 visit her sister, Mrs. J. P. Pcnhnm, of Skillmau happened to bo near mid he left Thursday for their home in Mii-Benlah Bennett, of Sommerseat, nttur u visit to relatives hero. Wednesday. has returned from a very pleasant visit cents per barrel and taking them off the Pig Pend, Meade county, in a fow days. separated the belligerents belore further Mr. Richard Cart and Miss iiura to her aunt, Mr. Lon J. Miss Ilia Richardson, of Louisville, is trees. Owen, of tilen-deauball club will play damage could bo done. Tho Ilardinsburg The trial was set for yesterday, but Fenix were married, Thursday Aug. 11, expected to visit Miss LaFnyetto In the Ekron and Guston neighbor- tho Owensboru club, at Owensboro, the at 8 p. m. Rev. John 1). Cart olliciat-inthis week. Miss B. Ada Drury left Sntuidiiy for hoods, in Mendo county, crops are suf- first Saturday in September. This will May is not yet able tn be out, and it did not come oil'. Poweo Valley where she will be the fering greatly on account of dry weather. bo tho first amateur club in either KenMiss Sallio Davis, of Stephensport, Miss Richardson mid Miss Lena Richguest for n fow days of Dr. E. W. Rowcatno down Monday to call on relatives It has not rained there for nearly two tucky or Indiana that has beaten Owensardson escorted by Messrs. J. F. Jenkins ley, of Kentucky College. Fine Mutton. season, months. boro this and do some shopping. nud Will L. Milner attended church in Tlio fact that Price's Floating Opera Holt, Ky., Aug. Pith, 180'.'. Tho young men are preparing for Mrs. Annie Howell, Cnthio Dowclland Mr. Henry Haynes, of Ilnwcsville, ofT" hero last Thurs A trade jog to Stephensport Sunday eve. BiiKCKKNimxiK News; another of their enjoyable dances for tlio came up Monday and loft on tho even- Mrs. Siul a Tucker, of Hazeldcll, and Mrs. bout was "blocked Thu Missis Richardson and Mr. Curlt evening of Friday August lltth. Quito n Guard Agnow and Mrs. Nelia Cox, of day night goes to prove that an opera Cincinnati has developed the fact that ing train for Louisville. ' Tobiuspnrt, were tlio guests of Mrs. Pas-Bc- tt houso hero would bo a good, paying in- Breckenridge county is n gilt edged field Richardson entertained tho following pleasant time is anticipated. tii it Miko Jungling has beon nt Dccovcn, vestment. It should bo remembered for fancy mutton. W. E. Minor nnd V. guests nt their home, Aug II: Messrs. Inst week. Miss Mary E. A. Peyton, of Falls of Ky., and ho and "Molly" am reported to of about 3,000 inHnrdin's shipment wns forwarded to Frank Phillips.Gco.Sinith.J. II. Thomas, Rough, and Miss Mrs. L. R. Pntton, Rockford, 111. thnt we aru now a city have had a good time fishing. Irene Moorman, of i Brighton Bench, Mum. Southdowns for F. Jenkins, G. E. Ohustcad, lAiuisville ; Ulendenne, habitants. are visiting their Messrs. Thos. Brown, Tlico. Roberts writes: "From personal experienco I 111 If dull, spiritless nnd stupid ; if your millionaires and race horse kings. Their Will L. Milner, Union Stnr. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Hanluway. and Dr. J. T. Winder, of l'aynesvillo, can recommend Do Witt's Snrsaparillo, blood is thick nnd sluggish ; If vour ap- sires wero shipped one year ago to this ijii n euro for impure blood and general dewere in tho city Monday. CUSTER. bility. "Sold by Short A Haynes, Clov-por- t, petite is capricious nud uncertain, you county by W. E. Minor. They wero Pot Sho's From Cloverport. Mrs. Robinson and daughter, Miss and Beard & Peoler, Ilardinsburg. need n Snrsnparilla. For best results purely bred from Ionl Alexander's herd, Fiom a Rockcastle Springs corresponMiss Carrie Meyer, of Burns, is at Gertrude, of Louisville, nro visiting Mrs. & Hay-nc- s, Woodford county. Hardin nud Minor Mr. J. D. Powers nud family, Owens-bor- take Do Witt's. Sold by Short dent to tho I.oiilsvillo Sunday Truth we L, I). Addison at Addison. sjek. Cloverport, and Penrd A Peeler huvo returned with IMJ head of Hemp-shir- e nro at Tnr Springs, and will reMinor Downs for distribution. Mr. Isaac East, from Capo Sandy, Ind.. main Bevcral weeks. Mr. Powers is part Ilardinsburg. Joel Pile went to Ilardinsburg Friday clip the following: There is n very fascinating auburn haired girl hero, whose Tho wash woman of Mrs. J. J. Dyer has sold tun head since returning. touched lrcrc with n limu boat last week ownorof the property nnd will occupy tu bo gono till Monday. eyes are a study for a paintor, and whoso Chas. Chas. Tinius, 7; was so unfortunate ns to forget her Purchasers and sold about 125 barrels. F. B. Lyon had a very valuable hoibo one of the furnished cottages. complexion and natural tints would put 1 ; Cass Gardner, 2. clothes and leave them hanging on the Riedel, to dlo last Wednesday. Mrs. Georgo Greer was called to tho The second boom of the season has tho fairebt llower that ever bloomed to Get away with scrubs forward, and bedsido of her sick father, at Indianapol-s- , struck us, and every hotel and boarding-hous- e clothes lino Monday night. The next Mrs. Uncus Allen starts to Louisville shame. With genial maimers, magnifiHARDINSBURG, KY. morning nil tho vnluablo articles had dis- alwavs forward! Ind., by telegram last Friday. y to bo gono a week. in tho city is full of strangers A cent phjslquo, combined with great appeared as if by magic. It's singular Miss Alllo Seaton wont out to M fitting- hundred Iioubcs could ho rented in two Joe Carman is at Webster with his beauty of face and wonderful grace, this how such things do happen. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, ly last Thursday to spend sovoral days hours if wo just had them. brother-in-laCharley Dye. lady is unquestionably the wall llower of Rodgors, of Alton, III., was hero Mr. with her undo, Mr. Owen Seaton. Yet it is u fair estimate to Miss Lidia Pile is at lrvliigton font tho springs. It is a truth in mcdicluo that the lost week examining our brick plants for L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. Mr. 'Ira Dellavon say that half the men at tho springs nro wont to West smallest doso that performs the euro is the purposo of establishing n similar intwo or three weeks' stay with friends. OUINO WK8T. I'oint Friday to help survey tho now the best. Do Witt's Littlo Early Risora dustry in his city. Tiio plant and stylo Pauonger Dally rr. HrJlniljurg-12:4Master Victor Pile, Burns, has Bpunt more or less in love with her. How I p.m. aro the smallest pills, will perform tho 3 "Texas" route from tfiat place to Louis- euro nnd-artho best. For snlo by Short of machinery thnt ho liked best was that the lost two weuks with his sister, Mrs. would love to tell this beautiful woman OUINO (AST. how to attrucl more attention and lom ville. & Haynes, Cloverport, and Peard & Peel of tho Acme. Now tho question is, l'imonger Dally arr. Hanllniburg.. 7:50 a, in 0. Alexander. admiration. Messrs. Frank Payne nnd John Vest er, iinniinsinirg. "Hnvo thoy tho clay out there ?" Ves Oliver, ConstanTho Tako your photo to Mrs. S. A. Hnfiey As wo sit in our cosy, now sanctum returned, Thursday night, from a pleasMr. nud Mrs. C. P. Skillmau, Miss few weeks clerking for theso balmy days, the gontlo southern Llzzlo Skillman, Miss Eva Young, Mrs. and have a fine crayon made. Pity $10 tino, Is hero for a Improvements. ant stay of a week nt Rock Castlo is hore. So ia our stock of zephyrs waft to our dilating nostrils tho W. II. Powmor, Mr. Will S. Powmer, worth of goods ami this will give you tlio Bandy Oliver. Dr. Newsoui has Just furnished n new Springs. JamOs Allen nnd wife, of this place, perfumes of a Mrs. Frank Frnlzo, Mr. Fred Fralzo, picture freo. loud and sweet-scente- d house on tho hill. Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Dyrcsnnd children, spent most of the week In Ixiuisvlllo, reUli-h.- h hog pen. yum, yum, yum, Miss Jennie Wnrfiold, and Mr. A. L. of HI A fine crayon Just think HonTlcreon, who have been visiting Mr. Henry Solbrlg is repairing mid that's nice. worth $10, given away with every turning Friday. Oolzo nil left yostordny for Old Point his residence. and Mrs. J. C. Porter, left for their homo Soliloquy of Oscar Aloxnnder ; "No ; I John Lasloy, colored, was tried in the Comfort, Va., nud other points in tho ?t0's worth of goods ut Mrs. S. A. Hafi'ey Thursday. Mr. W. II. Bowmer finished his fourth City Court yesterday for being drunk East. don't bellovu I'll dig them That Co's. o Corm .mil oxnminc our ooda for yourself. Wo 1 Chas. Chamberlain engineer on is too hard. It's houso in Eastland a fow days ago. is and disorderly and lined $10. Ho was iTmF .. Mr. August Dutschke, near Union Drop hi at Mrs. 8. A. Hairoy A Co's sun hot. The ground No. 7 has invented, a now ice cream also placed under a $2Q0 bond to keep 1), Temple has contracted for lot of Mrs. C. Star, who represents tho Falls City To- and see those splendid crayon pictures to soon yet. Ami ns thick as the weeds freezer to bo used on Sunday only "now tho peaco for twelvo mouths, IIo is a the building a new house in ICantland. I bacco Warehouse, fn Prcckenrldgo nnd given away with every $10's worth of are, how can I find them. And don't Charlio don't slight nny of tho ladies." liko potntoes no how." bad coon. AinolOelzo has built a now houso on adjoining counties, wns in Louisville hist goods. Rov. I. P. Timborlako, of Now Albany, Miss Irene Newsoui, who has been Our old friend Dick Davis, of Hudson, Oak street, between Third and Fourth Go Guorgu Nottingham, week with Squire fi.1 and John Dean, of Glcudcane, will start visiting Mrs. Kiln LaNcivo (neo Ella was in town n few days ago. IIo says he which is another rented house. of Hudsoiivillo, and othora of his custom, Strong llnpo of Illlnota. on n fishing and hunting tour English), returned homo lost week. to go to Guston this fall where Intends Everybody was ers, Boiling tobacco. Now is tlio timo for nil DomocraU to through tho state of Michigan via Sho wns accompanied by Mrs. LaNolvo, Tho well pleased with the prices received, got together nud work together. Tho he will eugago in blncksmithing. Weather Roport. GPtiviH Chicago. who is the guest of her parents, Mr. and some having received as much as $18 per nomination of Stevenson for second GtiHtonites should receive him Joyfully W. R. Pierce, (prophet.) Light showThu Kreiulo Pros., Tell City Planing Mrs. Cnpt. English. place greatly etroiigthons tlio ticket and and share their piitronago with him, for, ers for Wednesday in tho city. Wo oflfor you bargain hundred. and Thursday. Cool-o- r Mil), loaded n barge of lumber at tho glTM ns n hopo or Illinois. BirmingAs the train pulled out from the deho docs good work. Mr. J. W. Lowis, of Prandenburir, exfor Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. pier last week and took it to Tell City. pot last Saturday, A. M. McCrnckcu, tends to thu citizens of Clnvorport ham (Aln.) Our coterie, of Custer, controversialWiinnor weather after that which shall Tlio lumber canio from Victoria over tho ownor of the road, and John Laslio, col- through tho Nkws, a cordial invitation ists has failed to hold some of its after- bo iiccompanled by rain. After which Tim Men Hiive Learned. Short Lino. to jump onto thu stops to come up nnd take n look at Brandenored, both tried noon meetings for tho last week on ac- it will bo dear and moderately warm for Thoy will fix up that Qirnegio-IIorno-rtDan Honlon, engineer on onglno No. of tho rear platform. Each pulled tho burg's Soda Ash Works. Brandenburg business by ntjd by. Dut tho'y'wlll count of Millard Harrington's being six weeks. 8, is well pleased with his now whistle, other back, but finally both got on, and Our motto is "Quick Suloa and Small has lit last, it seems, captured the Soda not voto their workliiKinen nny mora for lie says ho can not only bcaro cows oil' as tho train went out of sight thoy went Ash Plant that Cloverport gavo up some nrotoction. Tho mon hnvo found out thnt away, Tlio Institute isbonot in session this week, Millard will back; usual tlio track, but ho can run nil tho IiuIIh shaking, their fingers in each othora time ago, and is right jubilant over it. McKiuloyisin only protectn Cnrnogio. WOOD'S PHOSPHODINE afternoon discussion. out of tho country with it. jno iirrnii.iiKlltli Ilciucdy. faces. Wo congrntnlato our neighbor and hopo Cincinnati Enquirer. M. Meyer, P. M. nud merchant, nt Mr. Fred Utting, tho paintor and Promptly and ncrmft. That pump down nt Vest'H corner has sho hail struck a sure enough liominzn. Very rfedoinlng ImleoA. Bunts, spent a day with us last week. tipiilljr ctiiea all foriiinf artist at tho shops, has purchased a now been fixed nicely, nnd it is in nice ncrtou Vk cakneu, limit, Price's Floating Opera gavo an enterhas registered a row Ho entertainingly told of some of his J, Btoftt Fassctt iona, Spermatorrhea, !m. Olarionot and is progressing very rapidly working order. It is'now to bo hoped tainment hero last Thursday night to a potency and alt cllccta or bo will not ctit his hair until Benja- famous horse swaps and of his former in his now undertaking and expects to that a revival meeting will bo started crowded houso. Before tho show began tlwt Harrison has been Atmtc or IEiu'uci, lltcn Long goods Belling here. min ptcMtilicd over a yuara In He talks of the fill an engagement with tho World's here soon so as to give tho Christian gent!iouand ol cam; It the further admission was refused nnd tho hair yill bo vory bocoming to his etyls "good old days" forever gono. Wo lleforo and After, only lleliable and llnnr.i Fair band in '0:1. IIo is already able to tlemen who have "cussed" out of church people crowded around tho guards of the of beauty. Chicago Mall. younger people look forward to tho com- Medicine known. Aik dmuiclit for Woon'a play tho babys to sleep on ouo block. while that pump was out of fix, on l'HOarllUtllNEt irllt' Dllcri noillil wntll.li.ai .1.1..II. boat and looked in nt tho windows. ing good times. Is man ever content? rine In place of thu, lrae hladlthuneM More, Llkf SonUl Wonuui. "TJiHtaright Frcdio, come to tho front." to reform and comu back to Every nvallablo seat nnd all standing pike In letter, and we will tend ty riturn Knta Field is out for Cleveland, of i mull. Price, one package, tit lx, I5. One will tho fold, It should bo remembered that room in tho boat was taken,- nud Mr. course. Liko ubout nil others of her sex, plcite, ! v III cure, 1'niuplilc. hi plain ncalcil VORT1IKHI.SOD, UROWH'S iron mtYers m envelope.) ktampa. Addretf WkM, WiWta, lMU4lea tad that old pump down there has caused Prico even placed chairs in the wings of ebo hi opposed to tho MoICluloy tariff jmd BIUqummm, Uk Cum IailluMllon, Illllounnctx, I)yii!U, Mala. Tlio Wood C'licnuciil On. SHUWN'g IRON BITTMHS. more fein and wickedness for tho last two thu stage nnd let spectators sit there and every othor contrl vnrrco tjint makes shoprlA, NorvQUiiieM. nnd General Dcbllltr. 1'tiytV ,W w'K'w"l aveiiuj Uctrolt, Mich.. It m (JuWkVf . Mr al bf Alt (!!( ta Wfc. bold In U.iverport by O, C. Muilln, nnd clam recommend 11. AIMuoIvrtjll It. Cteiiuliit U . oxponiilvo. Boston Herald. ping inontlui than all the saloons in town, view' tho show. j hysician 4 Surgeon. r, J. M. Clayton, Fit 'Merchant Tailor, Simons, J. KIRST, "The Unkindest Cut Of All." Fittings For I! If II hn SI Fairy Feet. iI m Physician Surgeon J. W. JARRETT, l. I J. F. Lightfoot, M. I Physician and Surgeon Breckenridge Julius Winter & Co., 'Old Rolifvblo, ClothiorM Cor. Third and Market, H 14 r. T v fc ft o if VU til s, Louisville, K y r yJ r : 1 w D Fit INJ II Fittii ss II For I! Firm Feet. CO B. F. BEAKD S n el t jlx If' L m m & CO. o. 'ft M ' s j i la-Hei- st g. 1 I MtHEEEEEil ShoesJ i5g H in iii iii Si lil "WlsEa a 1 M J 1 grnnd-pur-ent- hi rri B. F. BEAKD & OQ; n ii 1 o n, SPKING pic-tui- o, en-gin- mw gooifj ulf Ginghams, Ladies' Dress n o t i o it s. Ago-IIoral- QUALITY AND P WITT 5. MEM J HARDINSBURG. KYA MT JnU Drinfinri Intholaist WIWi "Wl Ual t ratio ruark nud croucd rod Huti dii'wrir Urui'Kitt everywhere. j Donofc Srf n& f iaroyr wwy yffiW1 a fcfc. A COLD WAVE. PL fckenridgB Lde FntiBS ? Is Not Coming Soon That Anybody Knows Of. Bat It May Be Confidently Expected Before Next Spring. Tho Department of Agriculturo at Washington lias sent out tho following instructions to tho various signal stations. It is intended as a frost warning circular, and farmers should notice it, that they may take caro of their crops. Whenever vegetation is in danger from frost througluthis section, tho cold wavo ling will bo unfirlcd from tho top of Snlzor'B big building: COMI WAVK ANI FKOST WARXIKO riRCUI.An. Tho Chief of tho Weather Bureau is desirous of extending tho usefulness of tho servico in giving a wider dissemination to tho cold wavo and frost warn 1. rBrtiSB ipBr, Circulation. KCBBds ing to sixteen degrees, or more deitending on locathB lity! greater falls being to justify a display in Lsr tho western and northwestern statesand territories than in tho Atlantic and Gulf states. Tho fall should occur hours. or thirty-si- x within twenty-fou- r Tho display of the Hag during tho growing season indicates that injury to vegetation may bo expected from frost, and at other times that tho cold may prove injurious to stock, and to farm products, etc, exKsed in shipment. a. Tho warnings will usually bo issued hours in adfor a period of twenty-fou- r vance of tho anticipated cold wavo or Pronounced cold waves may at frost. hours in adNews. times bo foretold forty-eigtENRIDGE vance. 1. The cold wave Hag will bo lowered BDAY, AUGUST 17, 1892 at tho expiration of tho time mentioned in tho order to hoist, unless a second warning' is received. K)L1) . Tho Hag should ho at least six feet square if displayed from a stair or buildTHAT ing : to 50 feet high, and for a taller TRAIN WEST stafTor building a larger Hag should be JOSSED THE COHTI- used. REACHES NEW (I. In the state of Florida, and in a strip of country one hundred miles wide YORK. on tho upicr Gulf coast, and along the Pacific coast the cold wave warnings will Freight, Now Reduced be replaced by frost warnings and the cod wavo Hag will ho known as the frost ty Millions, Placed He- warning Hag. During the late spring Id Strong Walls. and early fall tho cold wave Hag is also Aug. 0- .- It was just twun- - used as a frost warning Hag, in other por11 o'clock tlilu morning tions of the country to indicate anticidw inmouH treasure tniin, pated frosts. 3,000 of Vnclu Ham's koM Francisco to Now York, Banana Feel On The Sidewalk tho Gmiul Central depot. 'Die ttict rat li.nl picit, hut tiir.itch It hi rtkoni(l. totiiuiK unusual aiwut mo limitcil ami hi'cknnctl, act attention, but tho unusu- - So lie r.ni like a iltcr, ami hi. lucl Till lie pUnlril tho officials, and the Bight On the miimitli tilt of jhcI en who emerged from the Thru he .i w lull million of .tarn in a .ttnnil lie was ill too great a hurry; butter aunded the train when tho liven lla lost pull" and stood have waited for another car. There are cases, however, where haste is necessary. mall crowd nbout. fovcrishness, encrnlly known when the If you have night-sweatrrlvo, and those who learn- - weak, wire lungs and a hacking cough, commotion wnH all iilwut do not lose an hour in obtaining nsupply iouflly at tho proceedings, of Dr. I'ierco's Golden Medical Discovery. Delay in such cases is dangerous; tabic distance. lis tan t Postmaster General,' it will bo fatal, llofore the disease has was on hand to receive made too great progress, tho "Golden intTilrtyvn up in the inclos- - Medical Discovery" is a certain cure. In jrtconi mail wagons, tho fact, it's guaranteed to benefit or cure, or woroVpH!ned to receive money paid for it promptly refunded. transportation to tho Hiilc ling on Avail street. Tho Pupils Good Opinion Of His tpnrttncut was resjioiiHlblo Former Teacher. safely dotiosited in (K.T..S.News.) FThoifpns L. James, late ,siii.ani, Kv., July ll, 181(2. EnoralAwas present wlien Mnj. C. W. Fowler, ed, aifd watched with con-rjMt. Sterling, Ky., when tho six cars My Dear Kir: back to n siding and tho While I am very much liiiK bcimn. I.OOCnWna packed in 500 gratified to know of your success as Sutc each box, whicli perintendent of the Kentucky Training sunua. 'J. hero wcro SA) School for Hoys, I am not at all surmost of tho wagons, tho prise, knowing, as I do, that you so well Iiich woro sworn United deserve whatever success you may attain rivers. Two guards rodo as a teacher. From three years' association with you Ei on tho journey to tho as one of your pupils it a I lords me great Tho wagons were loaded pleasure to testify to your ability and qualifications as a teacher, and particuleft Han Francisco at 8 lr&day evening, the jour- - larly as an educator and instructor of loys. Your plan of teaching, whereby ' loing tnado in 110 hours stop was at you instruct your pupils both morally, Tho last from that point to Jow physically and mentally not only training tho mind, but teaching tliem all of iucc, 440 miles, was made the principles of honor and integrity jror tj. 11. icoberts, that constitute a perfect gentleman is Of tho in sure to win tho admiration and approval tbe fraln load of gold of parents who entrust their sous to your srtored nway, said this caro. Hoping that still greater success aw alts . nightiwo had in tho you, I remain o which $13,000,000 Yours very rcsp'y, when tho $20,000,000 l'liocToit K. M.m.is. ibHufpin is put in tho f' 1 11,000,- Altogether "April showers make May flowers, Bg. Although tliat Is a and wet feet make bad colds, but LightIs by ,&o means tho larg- td 1mm at one ti mo, as ning Cough Drops will euro any cough, hoarseness, or croup. Mr. J no. Casey, fire ymum there was at : "Lightning Cough S.OOOJW in the vaults. JCenia, W. Va., says pvhcjrtijt'noxt shipment Drojw is something wonderful. I do not think there is any medicine in the world 'm Mm'JrYandsco." that better satisfaction. Will uryja Wall street is do allwill give for claimed it." All dealers sell ftigaiwlany attack that aro four It. tnsih. There Its walls, In ndditf dti It's a Good Road To Travel. rifles, revolvers and I ctcd with two pc-- I Borne slrango contrasts occur in tho ". well as in tho ordinary im. Vif?r oy direct world of letters as -- &lso special aflalrfl of ovory day life. Alice Haw two Ira Department. Them thorne Mudd, who at one tiino wrote Pforco of men on hand very pretty iootry for tho Loulsvillo protect mo treasure newspntwrs, has at lost struck a solid Halts. foundation by telling tho jwoplo down in Breckcnridgo county how to procure Wo havo a number Wscr your health by using good county roads. inawnai levers can be of iocts left here who could begin a useHy treated with Ayro'i ful career by following Mrs. Mudd's ex- I Rinplo. Louisville Critic. rrranfed. tha imbinsd iculatian of ings in'tho agricultural and commercial interests of tho country, so that all interests liable to bo nflcctvd by cold weather or rapid falls in temperature may bo abloto tako tho necessary precautions by being informed of tho coining of cold waves or tho occurence of frost. 2. Tho display of tho cold wavo ting (white Hag with a black square in center) indicates that there will be a sudden and decided n fall in tcinierature, amount- papers Dr. Cottroll In Arkansas. Tho lecture delivered bv Itov. Dr. J, It. Cottrell at tho opera house last evening was a raro intellectual treat in other words, it was sublime. His subject was "Ingersolllsm." For an hour the orator held his auditors spell bound. Dr. Cottroll is a giant In intellect and is also an orator of wonderful power and accomplishment. Those who failed to hear him misled a raro oratorical and intellectual treat. Hot Springs News. Tho Doctor Hoems to bo taking n llttlo hand in olitics, too, as will bo seen from the following comment uton the remarks ho mado at a meeting of the Young Men's Democratic Club ,o Hot Springs : Chairman Harry introduced that distinguished orator, Nov. Dr. J. H. Cottrell. of Cloverimrt Ky., who, as ho advanced to the front of the rostrum was greeted witli applause. Tills distinguished speaker held his auditors for half an hour with his silvery-tongueoratory. We regret that wo cannot re produce ins remarks veriintim, lora liner more logical or truthful political sjieech was never delivered in this city. Dr. Cottrell complimented the colored people of tho south upon their evident prosperity. Ho pointed out in plain facts that tho Itcpublican party was not responsible for it in the slightest degree, but that their white fellow citl.ons were responsible for it. He showed them potent reasons why they should vote with tho Democrats ol the south and stick with them in every movement looking to tho south's interests. Tho distinguished speaker then paid his "respects to tho Kepublican party. Ho exposed the evils ol the robber tariff", and in fact, dissected the g. o. p. with the skill of a surgeon who understood his business. Dr. Cottrell closed his remarks amid n stoiin of applause, Hot Springs News. spell-bound d BEACH FORK. O. I). Perkins Is out on Hough creek this week. Miss Judith Tnul is visiting Mrs. Sallio lllce, of Tar Fork. Miss Annlo Patterson is visiting Miss Allio Jarboe this week. W. H. Patterson, W. C. Tnul, H. II. Wilson spent one day last week in Tho shower of rain last Saturday was quite welcome. Wo were needing rain very much ; corn and tobacco were looking very bad. Wonder what has becomo of that Harrison and Held club that was organized at tills place July 15th. I think Wilson nnd Miller will havo to como back and hunt it up for the boys. Tho fishing party last week proved to be quite a success. Those that attended were J. N. Hrickey, 11. Mnttingiy, H. M. Taul, J. K. Perkins, Joo Taul, .K. M. Tnul, W. Taul, Frank Jim Tnul and W. II. Patterson. All reported a good tlmo nnd plenty of fish. For a weak and tired feeling, loss of appetite and general debility, Lightning Mood Klixir is the best tonic. It is entirely vegetable, contains no mercury or other mineral poisons, pirs. N". K. Allen Whito Oak, Ky., writes: "Lightning Wood Klixir is certainly tho true elixir of life. I have used it, nnd it has cured mo of many years' Buffering. I can recommend Lightning Wood Klixir ns a lady's friend." A mi JET -- BEHH Hi 1 1. heot's comi. loinie mm FURNISIIKD DY um nt V REAL THIRD STKIiliT ESTATE AND Len, G. Herndon & Co., General Produce and Commission Merchants and General Storage. win Tinware, P Rental Agent CLOVERPORT, KY. Don't read tins column or you might bo tempted to invest your monoy. Do you want to buy Real H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Reliable and prompt. Caih with every sale. Consignments solicited. PtAKISfl MILL. MANUFACTtmKltS OF Call on U. L. Newiom. Do you want to rent a Farm 7 Call on H. L. Nomom. Do you want to rent City property T Call on H. L. Nowjom. Do you want the beat and only desirable lot lor tale on Main, 60x174 feet for Call on K. h. Nowiom. $800.00 7 Do you want to buy the Clorerport Hotel, Ritate? L0UISVII.LB. KY , August 16, 1805. Shippers ihould mark alt packages plainly, e with sblppor's name and addreis. DUTTKIl. 13 Choice, country 16 poit-oRlc- Medium Common 11 . SI Croamery lOll ($ 24 , j) 12 Eaas. Freih 10 to. 11 P0ULTIIY. W$ Qtfttaet BMlag Market iteady, receipt! large, but good ehlckeni telling roadlly at quotations i by centrally located and doing a Urge Vec3ht Is the only square way to handle them builneiiT Call on H. L. Newiom, and much leu trouble. to 8 P. 8. I am now prepared and hare full Old Hem per lb s to 4 ,..." authority (0 offer tald Hotel at a bargain. Rooiteri tOl.1 Correipondcnce from abroad lollcltod, Thli Springers a good chance to iccuro the belt and moit FEATHER8. popular hotel In the city, and no "boom" Prime, white gosie A ti9 price allied. uj Ji 1 Do you want a loan negotiated 7 Call on H. L. Newsom. Mixed Old No. 1. duck 10 (Vj) no 25 (i$ 40 25KH mI We aro now in our now builuing and have the completost lino in tho country. Keep constantly on hand a lnrgo stock of rtiath mtias. a IS SAFE. ; st selves with games, stories and songs. At 4 o'clock nil were invited to a feast of Tho table was enke and ice cream. beautifully decorated with flowers, and a little souvenir for encli guest neatly and tastefully wraped in pink nnd blue tissue pnper awakened quite a good deal of curiosity as to what it could be. Maude was the recipient of several nice Those present were Hay presents. ; Forest Polk, Heyser, Ind. ; Hal Moroman, Allio and Ollie Haines, Bessie Hell, Hebcccn nnd A Relationship Problem Mattio Willis, F.rwin and Kwing BranTwo ladies out walking met a gcntle-lema- u With ninny good wishes nnd don. ; he raised his hat to one, and the thanks to little Maud for tho pleasant other said: "Do you know that gentlehoping she would have man?" The other lady replied his time, they left, party soon. another birthday mother was my mother's only child. One op tiik Guests. The publishers of tho I.aimks' Pktoiiiai Wkuki.v will give an elegant Ciiicki:ii-- I A pain in the side or back and sots no I'm no, valued at five hundred dolon the face indicate kidnev and liver dislars, to the first person telling the reorder. Mr. Geo. P. Fckes, Lorentz, W. lationship between the gentleman and Vn., says : "I had kidney trouble for lady speaking last. An elegant suite of over two years. Have tried different I'a hi on Prtusiri'iiK, valued at two hun- kinds of kidney medicine, but got no redred dollars, will lie given for the second lief. I was not able to ride horseback, correct answer. Ten elegant Goi.n and scarcely nblo to attend to my busiVTi iiks (good movement) will bo given ness. I commenced using Lightning for each of the next ten correct answers' Kidney and Liver Itemedy, and before I and a VAI.l'AIH.K I'KIK will he given had used one bottle I began to improve. to KVKUY l'KHSOX that answers this I have taken four or five bottles nnd am problem correctly. Wo are publishing most cured." For sale by all dealers. tho veiy best and handsomest Indies' Weekly publication for the price on the He'll Bo a Citizen of Cloverport Yet. two continents, it equals all the high 1iuis Somers has quit talking politics priced weekly publications, nnd our ob- and is quietly busy making vitrified ject in awarding these prizes is to intro- brick. Ho will not enter polities again duce it into new homes and make per- except to become Mayor. In that he manent subscribers. We guarantee that would have only one object. He would every person answering this problem give the eoplc good streets. In order correctly will receive a valuable prize to do that he would pave them with vitthat will enable us to secure theirfrieuds rified brick. He says they lost longer Kvery one answering as subscribers. than nsphnltuin, are easier to repair and must enclilso one dollar for a six months' make a better street nt one-hal- f tho cost. trial subscription to the I.ADIKS' He lias not made any contracts witli the WKKKLY, which is published city, but his company is now employed by a perfectly reliable linn. Frizes will in moulding tho brick in Cloverport. be sent promptly and just as representi.ouisvillo Star. ed. Contestants should answer as date of counts and tills adHriglit peoplo are tho quickest to revertisement appears all over the country cognize n good tiling nnd liny it. We on tho same day. Frizes will bo sent sell lots of bright people the Little Karly free of custom's duty. Address I.ADIKK' Risers. If you are not bright these pills IMCTOKIAL WKKUNV, "U" Toionto, will make you so. Sold by Short A Iloy-ne- s, Canada. Cloverport, and Heard A Heeler Hardinshurg. Such little complaints as heartburn, Tob-inspoI, y post-mark county, i' inm, i nail nam work to keep in a supply of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrluc.i Itemedy on hand, l'eoiile often came ten or twelve miles in tho night to get a bottle of the remedy. I have been selling patent medicines for tho past ten years and find that it lias given better satisfaction in cases of diarrhii'ii and flux than any other medicine 1 have over handled.' J. II. Bkniiam, Druggist, Golconda, Tope Co., HI. Over five hundred bottles of this Remedy were sold in that county during the epidemic referred to. It was a perfect succchS and was the only remedy that did cure the worst coses. Dozens of persons there will certify that it saved their lives. In four other epidemics of bowel complaint this remedy lias been equally successful. 2.1 and Ml cent lsit-tle- s for sale by A. It, Fisher. . irinir . . . ... Nice Affair. On Saturday afternoon nt tho residenco of It. T. Polk were' gathered quite a merry crowd of llttlo folks, in honor of little .Maud's fifth birthday. From 2 till fi o'clock the llttlo ones enjoyed them- B1Sqi& Third Street Planing Mill, CLOvEnponr, ky. " I WHY SEI.I. MOIIE D. II. BALDWIN & CO., Pianos and Organs Than all other dealers of tho city combined. T10R Instruments nro bettor, prices lowCull anil er., best solcction. get our CLOVERPORT, KY. MIC You will find they ilijr Are Lower I headache, tootache, sour stomach, etc., are not often fatal, but very annoying. All such troubles are quickly cured by Lightning Hot Drops. Mr. A.C. Itayner Shops, W. Va., says : "I have been witli heartburn and sour stomach for four vears. Found no relief until I used Lightning Hot Drops. I can honestly say that Lightning Hot Drops has cured me entirely." All dealers sell it. Jo ami oOc. bottle. I Act Directly on llicXJvcr.g;E llic-u- ll TlOX, HmeXiTIIM, Cunts Cuilu and Fxtzk, Durzrsu, tiDiciit, Biuocs Colic, CosmrA-I'lLEl, K iirjns COATED iikaiit, iJizziHEia, ionnD J.ltsu, v TOMaCT, HLZItrLtUSCU, AKUAU. I'll TITiTlOX l? Than others can offor. Select from Dcckor Bro., Haines Bros., J. & C. Fischer, Schubert, Baldwin and othor Pianos. Estoy, Hamilton nnd Story & Clark Organs. i Foddor Corn. wish once more to direct the attention of farmers to fodder corn, says a Itrceders' Gazette corresjKindent. While tho digestible nutrients shown by the table are less, percontagolv, for the fodder com than for either tho millet or Headquarters for clover hay, it should bo remembered that tho analyses give a large amount of water in 100 lbs. of fodder corn and if this is reduced the same as in tho millet or clover tho percentage of protein nnd Qrnin Drills, Fertiliser, Cement, Mich itran Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil carbohydrates would compare very favby the Dnrrel, Plastor Hair, orably with tlicso two hays though still below them. Where tho fodder com & gains its advantage over millet, clover or timothy is in the far larger yield that it Brick, Plow Handles, Pino Flooring alis almost sure to give. ways kept on band. An aero of corn Orders Awill yield from sixteen to twenty tons of ccompanied by cash prompt green fodder, which, if properly cared ly a Hod. for, will cure into live to eight tons of magnificent stock food. An aero of fodder corn will givo aliout twice as much ov digestible food as an aero of clover, timothy or millet hay. Few stockmen yet appreciate the value of good fodder corn. It Is an excellent feed for horses (especially those not hard worked,) brood Capital Stock $25,000. mares and colts; it Is valuable to n limitD. F. IiKAHD, Preildont. ed extent in and there is WILL MII.LF.H, , no better food for dairy cows, while for M. II, DL'AHD, Oubier. cattle lHiiug wintered nnd young things 1 0. W. IlKAUD it has a large use. - Dlr tor MOIMUB KSKHID0B J It. M. JOLbV. Wo truly bellovo Do Witt's Little INTEREST PAID ON TIME OEPOSITS Farly Kisers to bo tho most natural, most cffcctlvo, most prompt and econo- UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA mical pill for biliousness, indigestion and CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. inactive liver. For sale by Short A Hay-tie- s, Ncit Mlo liriliii Kill Kept. Cmirn-- j In Art, Khlitticcrliii:, I.UW, Jli'illclni:. l'or uiinounct-incu- t ClovoriHirt, and llcnnl A Heeler, apply In Wji. M. Tiioii.nto.v, LL. I)., Chairman. Hardlusburg. DiiBitesorTUBUrtn and BroxACir. If roa do not "(id very well," a ttnelo bill at ittd-utnMirauiatct l no ctomncn, rciiotcs tho appetite, Imparts visor to tho rritcm. They euro all dkcircs lllca msgle. a it tliorlcbtUnd. BEIXiniS'lJVr.Il riLUA. Bold by drarclsti. Hrod for circular. BELLEtta URD1CINII CO., Pittsburgh, fa. D.H. Baldwin & Go. 236 Fourth Avenue, J Cr 1 S CALL AT LOUISVILLE, KY. AODRKSS GREGORY & CO., C. W. STONE'S Ten miles south of Have you money you want placed on HIDES. lafe lecurity 7 Call on It. L. Newiom. ureen, pood 3ti" (Jfl 4 Do you want money on ihort call 7 gooa...., DM fl vrj Call on It. L. Newiom. Dry sail, good flint, Do you want to rent a home 7 Sheop tklni $,74 -- 2 Call on It. L. Newiom. WOOL. P. 8. Good paying ronton can generally Tub'waihed..... , ... 30 .13 I.et me put a "bug In your Oreaie, flue lecuro a houto, ... 22 ($ 2.1 car," II, L. Newiom ronti properly and collect Create, coarie 21 .. 20 th rent on a commlailon of ten per cont. and, Merino 10 (a in renting being a 1 pedal ty with him, don't Hurry and Cnti 14 16 you know It li better to place your properly in HAY, QKAIN, FEED. Why 7 than to rent it yourielf 7 hlihandi We quote prlcoj on Louiivlllo city Decauio ho ii controlling a largo amount of renter! find wharf: property and t.!fllng HAY. it "unhealthy" and bo ioon got! rid of them, 13 00 1200 Newiom heart but Jew complaint! from good Strictly cholco Choice No. 2 l 00 M 12 00 renteri, but the "howl" comei from those felGood Medium 1 OO W 10 00 low who do not want to pay, and to lueh he Oood Bright Straw 6 60 4 50 Call on Somebody KI10. tayi CORN. Ii Newiom hard hearted? Not especially 10. Ho will accommodate you If you pay for It, and Choice white 0 63 provided you stand to your side of the bargain Choice ihelled 62 (a) 56 If you don't like his way of dealing OATS. Call on Somebody Elie. No, 2 oat 34 36 "Oh I Sympathetic hypocrites j when your WHEAT. sympathy gets above your judgment don't No. 2 Long Berry wheat 73 blame the landlord quite so much, but call No. 2 Rod 72 'round at hli office and drop In $6.00 for the MISCELLANEOUS. special object of your sympathy and help nay ...4VA his rent. It will be dividing the loss on bad Tallow, perbbl renters, and then you will feel better. Don't Deeiwax Sorghum per gallon I I" 20 (a) 26 let the landlord lose It all POTATOES. P. S. The above scripture Is addressed to Poor to med. Mich. " the heathen gentiles. " Nor. It. Li. Newsom has about sixty renton and Home Uro'wn Ind- barrel. ner ho don't want any but paying ones. To good paying renteri bo will take ipoclal paini to From store 2o to So per bu higher. JIKANB. make them comfortable. Michigan, hand picked 1 60 to 1 75 Do you want a homo built and pay for it In andlana ,.,, 1 50 to 1 60 Navy,..., monthly Installments 7 For terms " Common nnd colored.. 75 to 1 00 Newsom, Flat and mixed Call on It. L. 65 to 1 00 Do you want a fortyOioree power engine and ONIONS. 1 50 to 3 60 Call on It. L. Newsom. Northorn, por bbl on arrival.. boiler. " " from store. '200 to 10J Do you want to start a Slack Barrel and OA11IJAOE. Stavo and Heading Factory with powor alPer crato from store 2 00 to 3 00 ready attached 7 Call on 11. L. Newsom. CELERY. Having about thirty acres of city lots he Fancy white plumo, per doi 35 to 40 would toll a few "illcei," and if you want a ' Xholce , 20 to 25 " building lot Call on II. L. Newiom. Cholco flrcon 10 to 20 Do you want to pay your city taxei 7 Call on It. h. Newiom. INCORPORATION NOTICE. Hare you claims agalmt the city tromury 7 Call on tho city trcaiurer and ho will tell you althat It. Ii. Newiom, as City Tax Collector, Know all men, that wo Jno. Ncvit, Chai. ways keopi laid trcaiury supplied with money. Stanford, J. L. Henry, J. E. King, F. II. Claims for collodion solicited from cities P. W. Footo and R. S. Bandy bare asabroad and prompt remittances mado. sociated ourselves together as no rporaton, Many thanks for the largo patronago I haVo and for ourselves our auociates and successors', havo beoome Incorporated under nnd puriuant enjoyed. to the provliloni of chapter 60, of tho General Slatuei of the Stato of Kentucky, with all the R. L. NEWSOM. rights, poweri and privileges undor said' itatutoi, and havo adopted the following arLouisville, St Louis & Texas Ri Ra Co. ticle of Incorporation : The name of the corporation ihall bo tho Irvlngton Creamery Co., and in that namo It 3STO. ihall have perpetual luccesiton, with power to uo nnd be sued, to make contracts, and to acquire and transfer property nt a natural pcr-oTali In? Effect It ihall uavo a common teal, and mny At 5:00 o'clck A. U. Wednezda; July 29. '91 alter tho same at pleasure, and mako to govern tbe conduot of ita buiinen, not inWrit Bound Train Satt Hound Traint consistent with tbe laws of tho State or tbe 61 62 M United States. Mall A: Mall A The principal place of transacting ita busiKxpr's Hapr'. Kxpr's Kxpr'i STATIONS ness shall be at Irvlngton, Ky, Tho general Dally Dally naturo of tho buiinen of the said corporation Daily Dally shall be to buy,selland manufacture all cream00 9 (finir 0 25m 7 4m Iv.Un'n dp't..ar ery products. Tho amount of tho capital atock 8 50 8 00 Kentucky St. 12 45 6 40 8 05 8 41 720 hall be six thousand dollars ($6000.) Weitl'ulnt 12 US 12 02m 8 02 8 45 721 Howard Tbo corporation shall commenee business as Hock Haven 1143am 747 7 47 9 00 soon as theso artloles are acknowledged and 7 40 9 US I.onir llranch 1138 767 Clcd for record with the clerk of tho Brecken-rldg- e 7 31 917 807 llramlenlmric 1129 7 27 County Court, State of Kentuoky, and Meade Springs 1125 9 21 811 2)1 1119 723 Kkrun 9 817 shall continue for the space of twenty-fiv- e 1111 9 34 715 827 Uutton s years, unless soonor dissolved by 11 02 665 Irvlngton 9 44 837 of tho stook holden. 10 6J 6 48 8 47 962 Wclikter 6 40 1000 1045 853 Lodiburir The officer! of laid corporation iball be a 1033 631 fierce 9fi 1010 preildont, tecretary and troai-ure- r. 10 15 1030 9 11 Si..ip1c 626 Tho last two offices may bo filled by 0 21 618 1023 Slcphcniport 1023 one and the same person. Said Incorporation 1027 1018 613 A.UUon 9 23 1015 1030 610 Molt shall oonititute tho first .Board of Dlreetors and 930 1044 10 01 C67 Cloverport 9 40 ihall hold until the tecond Monday In July, 967 1060 6 63 bhnpt 1893, or until tbelr auccenora are elected by 11 U) Tool 9 44 S40 Sklllman tbe itockholders. Each sharo of stock shall 1111 933 llawcivillc 1010 630 represent one share q stock, either by person 1118 1018 926 6 22 I'ctrle 10 21 1124 9 20 I'alcon 6 15 or proxy. 10 2 1129 Cayce 915 611 The offices of president, sec1031 11.15 9 09 Lewiiport 6 0S retary and treasurer shall be elected by a ION) 4 48 8 61 1'owcri U62m vote of tbe stock represented and their 12l)7m 8 37 4 35 1102 jtcs term of office shall be one year. 1210 4 25 8 27 1111 112:1 1227 MalllnKly 813 413 Tho indebtedness of laid corporation ihall 12 36 1131 8 06 4 05 Stanley not exceed of the capital itock. 12 46 1140 Worthlngton 7 55 365 The privata property of tho itock holderi ihall SpotUvfllc 101 7 37 1155 337 be exempt from corporation debti. In testiI2(ftpm 111 7 29 3 29 llaikctu 12 20.IH1 I 25pm r,llcndcr'n Iv 715am 316pm mony whereof witness the signatures of tho Incorporator! abovo, tbia tho 9th day of July LoufsvIMe Hardinsburg&W estern R. R. 1893. John Nevlt, F. II. McOehoe, No. 2 TIME TABLE. R. S. Bandy. TAKING EFFECT JULY 20, 1891. P. W, Footo, Weit Hound Trains Knit Hound Traint J. E. King, Chai. Blanford, Dally Daily I Dally I Daily ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun J. L. Henry, No. 2 No. 6 No.6 No. 1 11 I.v lrvliigton Ar 9 30am 12 10pm Garfield 8 .15 12 25 llarneil 815 y non-payi- ." " ' .242C e, TIME SCHEDULE 18. n. by-la- ir in throe-fourth- R. - 1 . -- fl two-thlr- dc Owi-iitbor- two-thlr- r oaS , . .Wj . :,; 3f I P. Q. BRYAN, Agt. ns abovo. IJI1TY ron owe rniiraelf nnd hm. ...u ucri VHIHP ior jour IIIUUDJ. ti .w m Economize In jourfooMvrnr br purehukln? 12 42 Reapers and Mowers, IT 18 A 2l6pm 260 3 02 314 118 130 148 165 llardlmburg Kirk J Jolly (Tlfiidtane Dcmnitcr 7 60 715 7 05 Pine Poplar Shingles On tho Howling Green street, And get y ur goods cheap. Wo buy to sell and not to kcop, Therefore wo'll sell you goods quito cheap 0. W. 8T0NE. I'. S, We buy chickens, eggs, feathers hides, etc. CLOVERPORT, yrM llousjna Mhor, which rcprrnent tho trice arti'd, an lhuiuuuii will t IF 43.50 Hraui - mm 1 $2.00 h f on uoiri 2.50 F?i I 42.00 1.75 44.00 5.oqirs$3 00 2 50 Itockvale 6 29 Ituth Aiklns 6 21 6U0 Ouki 329 4 00pm ArKordiville I.v 4 45am r fnlliltoughlv 641 634 614am 664 &jyj P- TKELOUISVILLE&ST.LOUfSAIR LINE. (L. E, k ST. L. R. R.) Will bo Bout to nny mlJrcas from now until Jnnuary 1st, 1893, for twenty-llv- o conta. Cniiiiniiipi year la now nt liand ; you must kioj jKtod nnd tlio way to do so 1h to THE COMMERCIAL tlio only truu exponent of protection nnd Bound currency In tho South. SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY :- n-n- d ' v, 4A DON'T TAKE POISON! Cheap whlskioi aro a mild form of poison Consumors aro warned against their use. I. W. BANK HARIOSBURG Ilaipei's Nelson County Whiskey UUIIMM W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE cENffiW llatvmor A: ron ry $2.00 i ff m 2.25kJtWfi .ilr!NJ??iLtJijr W SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO "Weekly ron boys Wx,Ww,, St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t, AND ALL POINTS Louisville Commercial West and Time-CaS- steer-feedin- is n standard, high gmdo Kentucky Whiskey which reaches mo direct from Kentucky, nnd whoso purity I can conscientiously guarantee to those seeking a tho Mino high grade, and roprMrnt o money valua far borond Iho price ehri!wl. Boo that nam and prlco wo (tamped on bottom of each thna, stimulant for medicinal or social uso. TAKKNOHUlWTrrtlTK. W. Im Uuuglai, IlrocUtoo, Mom. Sold Xxt Hcspectfully, P. M. POPHAM, WANTED. llunibluton, ClovcrjKnt, Ky. OLOVKIU'OKT, KV. A Urge number of -- 100,00, Foot Hickory Logs ami FRUIT At the TREES Evansville 1:20 ' lD;0Op.m. For further laformatlon, call on or address, R.A CAMPBELL, Oen'l Pass. Ag't, EvansvllTe, Ind J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A; Loulivllle, Ky CltyTleket 0fflc,S. Third Main St Louisville, Ky. in d July 31. 1892. Lt. Louisville 8:06 a.m...8:li p.m...4i2V p.m. ArrSt. Louis 720 pra ...9:46 a m W .WJ -- m V: -- ; Kentucky Training School. Mt. Sterling, Ky. Lumber. 000,000 Hickory Spokefl. 100,000 Foot of Kim Polos for Hardinsburg Nursery, I'or next full tlcllvcry, Orilcr wlmt you want Anything we haven't on hand, we will procure It for you nt the lowcit Manager HtrJIniburg IIAKDINSUUKO ,KY And exnmino it carefully you will bo miro to mibscribo. Addrefis nil letters nnd mako nil chcckH nnd ordura paynblo to ront-ofllco Hubs. 0WEN8B0E0 WHEEL CO., ZACK. GREEN, rlc. OWttKfWOltO, KV, Nurr. lalaeeurs. Wl)f aarlr. A practical, IflMiilPllf homelike. Military school Mh LOUISVILLE PRESS CO.. Uumttr limited t rooms Ml tail yea". Ma or C, W, FOWLER, SuotilflUaiwa collsg. LOUISVILLE, KY. S3S4M-M'C- . s . r .-