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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 brc1892113001_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. .4(17' "9.HV5S-- ,,, ifP'lf..HlJ,V" T THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. VOL. XVII. . "V'' ' CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1892. NO. 19. Irvington . Milling Leaves. (.idly down they come To earth, their blessed mother ohl, To lie about the parent "tern Whose foliage drop, with coming cohl. a I think of shattered hope that He 'Hound me. A. thick are they at leave. New fallen. Ai bsre sometime., my heart A. I. the tcaflcssatrec, ltecelve. GUSTON. Ono of tho prettlifit homo weddings wo hnvo hnd in our luldst this Benson, was solemnized Wednesday tho ICth Inst, MOOLEYVILLE. Mr. Hobt. Parr, of Preston, wns in town last week. Mr. James Uoborta, of Union county, is tho guest of Mr. J. Wnrren. Mr. Chns. Kaufman, of Hawcsvllle, was in town Inst weok on business. Mrs. Mnttlo Bcnvln attended tho burl-n- l of her sister, Mrs. Laura Cnnnry. Miss Lum O'Bryan has returned from n visit with relatives nnd friends nt Owcnsboro. Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Hughes, of Now Amsterdam, Intl., wero tho guesta of Mrs. Ellen Stiff Inst Sunday nnd Monday. Lnst week was qulto n gay ono in a Bocinl wny. Wednesday night, Friday night and Saturday night all witnessed ontortaimncnts at variotH places nnd strange to eay not ono wns n drug. Tho young folks seemed to take more interest tlinn usunl and to diversify tho rolo of entertaining, which of course, added to tho affairs. They were all successes. Slnco our last writing tho cold, chilly orabraco of death has 1nado its way into ourmidstnnd lwrno nwny Hubert Byron, tho sweet, bright llttlo babe of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. W. Stiff. Ho hnd beon slek nbout threo weeks with whooping-cougand every tiling thnt tho physician could, do was dono to stay tho hands of death. At 3 o'clock Saturday, Nov. I2th, 18!)2, his spirit b.ido his body, its dear homo goodbyo and entered into tho tho sun bright clime. Aged JJ months, 10 days. As on thy form I A. rustling COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. at tho rcsldonco of tho bride's father, Mr. J. 0. Anderson. Tho contracting Morchant nnd Custom Millers, Grain Dealers nnil Manufacturers of tho Highest Grades m CO a Wj5rif"K'Twfy-;- MW OF Roller Process OFX-OTTa- EB Roller Process Bran, ShipstufE and ). Ample capital, tho bost quality parties boing Mr. W. A. Boskott nnd Miss Ulimi Anderson; tho attendants, Miss Nellio Honry and Mr. Worlnnd Carter, Miss Snllio Buskctt nnd Mr. 3 That tree the cold and bleak north wind, Shacklett.'MIss Fnnnio W. Childs Unclad, exposed, alone It stands nnd Mr. Hnrry L. Boll, camo in tho order To feel the hall, the snow, the storm named nnd formed nn aisle for tho brido A cruel late that which commamU. nnd bridegroom, who entered to tho strains of tho Swedish Wedding march, That It shall meet, when least prepared nnd stood beneath two hearts linked frccilngcnld of winter's breath, The with n bow knot. Hut greater strtngth nnd stronger life Tho Rev. Judson Comes from the cold which seemed hut Willett then pronounced tho ceremony, death. which united two hnppy hearts. Alter 5 tho congratulations of friends hnd been Departed hope., like scattered leaves, ncuivqd nn clcgnnt supper wns Bcrved. me to stand the storm alone, Lrnve Tho brido wns nttlred in white Henrietta 'Tin hard to bear. Hut trl.ili past All prote with storms I've stronger grown en train with tullo vnil and orange s, 6 and mado nu ideal bride. We belter grow by suffering much. On Friday evening tho 18 Inst., quite We stronger g'ow by feeling storms; n merry crowd gathered nt Mr. It. J. Now when bereft nf life's fond hope, Pntteson's residence, tho occasion being Assailed you are by ugly forms. n Colonial Ten. All tho ladies appeared 7 in costumes of tho long ago nnd with On every side, remember them Not as foes Intent on taking all powdered liair. llio invitations were That's dear, but dark, disguised friends for enrly cnudla light nnd tho guesta hud Allowing nothing to befall. nil arrived before 8 o'clock, when supper 8 wns announced. Tho tables wero lighted The least of us, even, wherein, with candles, which gnvo n solt, uncerWe fall to find new strength and life, tain glow. Itonst pig, ginger bread and We're always better grown, are arnund Anew for fresh and stronger strife, pumpkin plo wcro served, which fully carried out tho idea of "ye olden timo." 9 The tree Its leaves, the man his hopes, Ono of tho dresses worn on tho occasion Sheds each a wealthy golden store; is 125 years old. bios-Boni- A time of storm, of gathering strength, They bear again to each hear more. 10 Oh, bleeding heart in human breast, Alive again with hope thou'll be Until new hopes will clothe you, I.Ike Ivaics next spring will clothe the tree. Cutter, Ky. J. II. Look out for counterfeits! Sec that you get the genuine Salvation Oil! Do not let the dealer sell you some "just ns good" but Insist upon getting the genuine with the Hull's Head trade. mirk on the wrapper. & of grain and modorn machinery, skillfully handled enable us to results unsurpassed. Orders promptly filled and careful attention given to CUSTOM WORK. pro-duc- o Good Looks. Good looks nro mora than skin deep, depending upon a healthy condition of nil tho vital organs. If tho Liver bo Inactive, you hnvo n Bllllous Look nnd if your stotnnch bo disordered you hnvo n Dyspeptic Look nnd if your Kidnoys ho affected you hnvo a Pinched Look. Secure good health nnd you will hnvo good looks. Electric Bitters is tho great niter-ativ- o nnd Tonic, nets directly on theso vital orgnns. Cures Pimples, Blotches, Boils nnd gives a good completion. Sold nt Short A Ilayncs' drug store. I gated so fair, deemed In llcmcn 'twould brighter grow, With form angelic "over there" You'd finish life began below. OWANECO, ILL. For any furthor information call on or address tho To the Ilrckcnrldgc News. I was bom in Brcckonridgo county, Ky., Nov. 28, 1830. I lovo tho old red knoll that gave mo birth, nnd many of its inhabitants. Very many of her grand mon It is sad at all times to part from loved ones, but God knows best, and when mama's hands could do no more, his frame-worloving Heavenly Father took him to a Womnn Is man's refreshment in his sweet rest in Heaven, thoro to dwell in journoy through tho wilderness. tho Bwcot homo of tho blest Woman is tho precious porcelain of We know not when death's angels human clay; to bo handled gently, and Around our loved ones dwell, admired from 11 distance. Ifor God will send them to us, llut'Moeth.ll things well," Womnn is a valuable article, that costs lie beckons with his mighty hand more in the keeping than thu acquiring. To the young, the old, the fair, Womnn is a special dispensation of And though He breaks a hnppy band He hears the lorcd one's prayer. Providence to prevent n man's conceit from running awny with him. New A great cure for cough, Mrs. A. K. Morris York Recorder. 456 Canton St., Philadelphia, l'a., wrlte: k. plumage is finer than that of its innto. Woman is tho happiness of ono man nnd tho bnno of two. Womnn Is tho pcnrl of great price; to obtain her, you must risk you ltfo in troublesomo waters. Woman is a sunflower, bending lior head only to golden rays. Womnn Is tho other half of man, mentally, morally and physically; without her, ho would bo as a trco stripped of its leaves, without ornament or tho breath of life. Womnm is only n rib of man ; but sho is worth all tho other1 bones of his body put together. Woman is tho finishing touch; tnnn wns only nn expi riment. Womnn Is tho leaven thnt lenventh tho whole lump. Womnn Is tho mother of mankind ., . ... I . t -. J I, , . , 11 is inu iimieriiii uiuseiu Biiiuu iuumi. that has spanked the race into decent manners nnd good behavior. Women is tho index of the family book; from her, you can judge of tho chapters and illustrations. Womnn is tho custodian of public pence, becnuso sho interposes her dedicate body between tho flirhtcrs. Sho Is also tho custodian of public money, because they find their wny to her Booner or Inter. Womnn Is the sieve through which sift the finer attribute's of human nature, and the filter which separates good from evil. Womnn is the only nnlmnl thnt can breath on half rations, hold pins nnd needles in its mouth with out n mishnp, v nnd do up back hair. of n fitful harp Womnn is tho stringing played by tho wind; man is tho golden HOW DID YOU GUESS ON INDIANA? Everybody now knows HOW Indiana went, but we haven't yet found out HOW much. When we do, we'll lot you know. In the mean timo the TARIFF'S ALREADY OFF and all the Olotning in our house. Oome or write quick. m ., ? LEVY'S In Temporary Quarters, 321 West Market, LOUISVILLE, KY. mm . iim '.'.'. .jt n -- -- .. .. ., fjst 32emMtaST took several bottles of Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup for a bad cough and was entirely cured," '! IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. Rev. H. B.Whito Tho subject of this sketch, was born in THE FIELDS Grayson county, Ky., Juno 3, 1843. His enrly life wns spent on tho farm, nnd nt tho nge of fourteen ho was converted to God, nnd united himself with tho Baptist If you should visit Brandenburg, Church, nt Hanging Itock, Grayson counKy., you will bo surprised and ty, Ky., in October, 1857. On tho 4th can't imarino why our store is al day of December, 1857, Ho wns bnptiscd by Elder J. Armstrong. Ho wns married ways full of customers. If you February 25th, 1804, by Elder Armstrong should investigate by looking to Miss Nnncy Ellon Stono. In 1871 ho through our stock and seo how well wns called of God to tho ministry, nnd equiped each department is, price was licensed to preach Juno 20th, 1880, tho goods, then tho mystery will and ordained Juno 28th, 1882. As to his work it has been varied, but bo Bolvcd. tho grenter part of his labors has been ns Wo have tho assortment, styles pastor of churches, having been pastor of and prices to pleaso oyeryono. twolvo different churches in the counties Tho most attractive department of Gmyson, Hardin, Brcckonridgo and Mende, serving them respectively from is tho ono to six years. Ho has also assisted in a grcnt ninny meetings in thoso nnd other CLOAK.- - .DEPARTMENT counties iu tho Stato of Kentucky, also in tho States of Missouri, nnd Indinnn, during which timo ho has witnessed tho conversion and baptism of hundreds of happy convorts. Ho has served faithfully and efficiently in tho homo mission work of tho Stnto, his principal work being in tho bounds of tho Goshen Association, of which body ho is now moderator. Ho is now in his fiftieth year, being in reasonably good health, with tho prospocts of being ablo to do much mora work in the Master's vinoyurd. that I knew while young nro gone tho wny of nil tho earth But few now livo that grow up with rao. Yet if I nm to judge'on tho face of tho Nkws, she still lives on in prosporty. But 1 hnvo found a land flowing with milk, and honey; my homo is Owancco, Christian county, III., where wo have 250 living souls, situated on tho Ohio A Mississippi railroad. This llttlo town has a vast amount of wealth In it for n small inland village, comprising four hay presses, two dry goods stores, ono hardware store, ono fnmlly grocery, ono drug store, one restaurant, ono millinery store, ono flouring mill, two Methodist churches, threo preachers nnd two doctors. with Wo hnvo also a large school-hous- e a Masonic Hall abovo. Wo hnvo nine months school in each year, taught by two well qualified teachers, and a strong Lodge of Masons in good working ordor. This villngo is situated in a fine fanning part of tho State with no saloons or white-cap- s, for they boliovo in soberness and tho enforcement of law and order. I left my native Stato and many good friends, who stood hard by mo in hard grinding poverty whilo raising a largo family of eight boys and two daughters, last March 28th, 1892 I only, regret that I did not come hero sooner. I hnvo. six of my children hero with mo. nnd four yet to como, if ovor. Yet, I lovo, my old native Stato and its people. Thought I would in ordor to hcar.f rom them take tho UuECKKNitirxiK Nkws if it cost mo $2 a year, though it has behind it a staunch Democrat, but ai vory nico clever gontlo- man. I hope ho will remember tho Bcrlp-turc- s, "To weep with thoso who weep," and in tho end of tho coming government all rejoice together. Wo had a vory nico peaceable election In my villngo, and wo aro still maintaining it in our township. I will close, hopi ng success to tha Nkws and its many readers, Also, would liko for .tho correstondonts at Custer, and Constantino to bestir thonii solves by writing and giving tho nows in oach number. P. W. Lockaiid. WE ARE WMi OF SUCCESS. v Purgo The Pension Bolls. Secrctnry of tho Treasury Foster is of tho opinion that tho expenditures of the government on nccouut of pensions will shortly reach tho enormous aggregate of $250,000,000 annually. He says thnt in his forthcoming report ho will discuss the menus for raising tho revenue necessary to moot tho Increased appropriations for tho payment of pensions. Ho objects to tho levying of an income tax 'in this connection, because "such n tax is distasteful to tho avemgo citizen and is 'difficult to collect." It is ovident that the Democrats mus nddrcss themselves seriously to tho problem of providing money for tho pensioners. It hns beon suggested thnt tho tax on whisky bo increased from 00 cents to $1.50 per gallon in order to procure funds for pension purposes. This would ndd nbout $10,000,000 to tho revenue, but thnt sum would not bo sufficient to satisfy tho constant domnnd for mom and larger pensions. There is no doubt that tho pension rolls contain tho names of thousands o porsons who aro notontiticd to the bounl ty of tho government oven under th pension laws which prevail. Theso rolls should bo purged of tho natna of undeserving ponsloner. This 'every movement of reform should bo led by tho men who wore tho real soldiers of tho civil war. Tho pension roll Bhould bo one of honor not ono of fraud ami theft. Chicago Hkhald. pro-bnb- ly lib-ora- It Is because persons who once try Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup, always but it again, that Its sales have become so enormous. The success of this great icmcdy In curing cold, cough, croup and sore-throIs simply marvelous. Hcndncho is tho direct result of Indigestion and stomach disorders. Itemedy theso by using Do Witt's Littlo Early Klsers, and your hcadacho disnpears. Tho favorito littlo pills ovorywhoro. 8hort & Ilayncs, Clovorport, and Heard A Beclor, Hardinsburg, Ky. Editors Not In It. For instance, Mrs. Chas. Rogers, of Bay City, Mich., accldently spilled scalding water over her little boy. Sho promptly applied Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, giving instant relief. It's a wonderfully good salvo for burns, bruises, sores, nnd a sure euro for piles. Short A Hnynes, Cloverport nnd Bcard.'A Beeler, Hnrdins-burKy Hays-Mille- r. g, well-know- It's filled with a big lot of samples 'Garments mado in tho 1892 styles, No two alike. Will shock you with x tho low prices. Don't hesitato, como at onco. Geo. Yeakel T & Co., r BRANDENBURG, KY. llapX SSf Tho inarringo of Mr. Foster Hays, tho n young attorney, nnd MIbs Atnbio Miller was celebrated nt the residence of tho bride's parents, on Crittenden street, yesterday morningin the presence of n small company of relatives nnd friends. Tho coromony was performed by Itov. Dr. Boyet. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hayes left on tlio noon train for Henderson, where they will spend n week visiting the groom's- - parents, I to v. and Mm. G. II, Hayes,- - after which they wlllgo to housekeeping In this city. Owonsboro Messenger, Nov. 23d. For lanio back there is nothing bettor than to saturato a flannel clothiwith Chamberlain's Bain Balm nnd bind it on, tho affected parts. Try It and you will bo surprised at tho prompt relief it affords. Thowmo treatment will euro rheumatism. ForsfllobyA.lt. Fisher Cloverport, Ky. nmtta maw mi i IKab'J0 WAYNE'S OINTMENT, IfWt'iM BkyZrv WUUt Mjr UltraU IkMf. tT M frM 7p'i f !. j ifunw, ftakife Ur.wmu.luh. tUl impiuM ci Uit fa., ftOM.l..UfcflBff vm mhlL y is all Msav,rui4iliiku, rs.lkwrrvuuilMtr a,il hallJi MW tK Dl. Down in Mississippi thoy have introduced hugging societies to swoll tho church treasury, and a Missouri papor gives tho following scale of prices: Girls under sixteen, 15 cents for n hug of two minutes, 6r 10 cents for a short squeezo; from sixteen, to twenty, 50 cents; from twenty to twenty-fou- r, 75; school inarms 40 cents; another man's wifo, $1.00; widAll Free.. ows, according to looks, from ten conta .Those who have used Dr. King's Now to $3.00; old maids, 3 cento or two for a Discovory know its value, and thoso who nickel, and not any timo limit. Preach hnvo not, hnvo now tho opportunity to ore aro not charged. Editors payin adtry it Free. Call ontho advertised Drugvertising, but aro not allowed to particigist and get a Trial Bottlo, Frco. Send pate untlll every body olso is through your natno and address to II, E. Bucklcn and nvon then aro not permitted to & Co., Chicago, nnd get a satnplo box of squoezo anybody but old maids and Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills, Free, as well school marui8. nan copy of Guldo to Health nnd Household Instructor, Freo. All of which Is Tho wind from tho North blows sharp guaranteed to do you good and cost you and keen, and bad effects of colds are nothing, at Short & Hnynes' Drug store. soon. Ono Minute Cougli Cure so safo and sure, will quickly perform a won-droHarrison Isn't, in It, cure. Short A Ilayncs, Clovorport but my sign is up again, and I am in or and .Beard A Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky all tho practice I can get, I will givo special attention and timo to practice in What is Woman, ofllco, town und tho Piko. Woman is man's conscience, and it is I will scttlo cheap on old accounts and a good thing for him to havo his connotes, between now.nnd Christmas. science always with iim. Da. B. T. Kafkkkt Woman is man's incentive to go foold soldiers, who contracted rwardthe tempting bait and tho morel-le- ss . Many whip. chronic diarrhoea whilo in the sorvlco, have slnco been permanently cured of It Woman is a bundle of norves, with by Chamberlain'H Colic, Cholera nnd extra knots in them for mind and heart. Dlarrhcea Itemody. For sulo by A. It. Woman is tho only female In creation Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. who sings; she is tho only female whoso Milking1 Cows by Machinory. Notwithstanding so many experiments have been made with milking machines, which nroved absolute failures, nnd in tho fnco of the 'acts thnt n large majority of dairymen assort thnt n successful milking machine never will bo mndu, inventors have not given up tho problem. It is certainly a worthy field of investigation, for milking is ono of tho forms of farm drudgery thnt has no relief from science, nnd if some ono can produce n machine thnt will take all tho milk from thu cowb without subjecting them to discomfort, und not cause nny decrease in tho yield of milk, ho will bo n natural blessing nnd well deserve tho grent wealth with which ho will bo rewarded. o According to nn exchange, bucIi n hns already been produced, and hero is the description of its workings: Some timo ago n dairyman near Hubbard, Iown, invented a milking machine, from tho model of which tho apparatus has beon constructed iu this city. Tuesday tho mnchino wns tested here. Tho whole npunratus consists of nn which is run by ono horse power. At somo point of a long plpo there is a vnc-lir- a govornor which 1b mndo of canvas from which is suspended a rod on which different Blrod weight are hung, to regu-lat- o tho pressure. At tho end of tho pipo there is a rubber hoso connected with a covered tin pall. From tho pall there aro two rubber tubes, in tho end of which thoro are glass tubes with rubber nipples on tho ends. Theso tubes aro fitted to cow wns brought tho tents. A meek-oye- d up nnd tho tubes fnstoned pn. Sho wns given n pall of meal to divert her attention, and then tho engineer turned on tho steam. Two tiny streams of milk n to flow through tho tubes, nnd tho cow looked around for tho man who is in tho habit of swearing at horat about this hour and actually smiled. Tho pail and tubo attachment can bo puton a hundred cows at onco ami tlio minting can uo dono in four minutes, Western Plowman. mn-chinp bo-gu- Grover Cleveland told Adlai Stevenson that it is a positive fact that he overheard Benjamin Harrison tell Whitelaw Reid that James B. Weaver had stated in the presence of Jas. G. Pield that John Bidwell and J. B. Cranfill heard Thos. L. Carter, Chair man of the National Republican Committee and W. H. Harritty, Chairman of the National Democratic Committee say, that Favorite Stoves and Ranges Soil easier nnd givo better satisfaction than nil others, nnd aro mado at PIQUA, OHIO, By tho Favorite Stove and Range Company, Who have the model stove plant of America, the greatest country on earth. PAYNE & CO., GloverportSZtj.' rlngo cannot bo a failure. Tho ordinnry citizen who works for a living will bo ablo to afford thnt greatest luxury nnd blessing on earth, a fnmlly, nnd ho will bo nblo to support it, too. Chicago Herald. If layers aro used it is essential that thoy ho gotten into active growth early. An easy nnd popular way of ronowing tho strawberry bed, If not too old, is to manure and dig tlio spaces between tho rows of old plants, making It rich, loose and friable. Also top dress the old rows with somo qtiickcr-nctiu- g fertilizer. When tho plants begin to send out runners guldo them into tlio rich, clenn soil between tho rows, nnd when these nro well filed with young plants dig under tho old rows entirely. If tho bearing plantation is to bo kept over another year, tho weeds should bo taken out nnd tho soil dug over, but tho plants should not bo permitted to weaken themselves by sending out runnels; these should be cut off us fast as thoy until tho close of tho season. To grow good fruit from matted rows thu annual system should bo practiced, thnt Ib, new plnntlngs mado yearly and tho bed turned under after bearing its crop. Tho second crop from such beds is rarely profitable, and mora than two crops should nover bo taken from any Btraw-berr- y bed. Tho plants are then three years old and nro hotter replaced by younger nnd more vigorous stock. Orchard nnd Garden. np-pe- nr Nothing so distressing ns n hacking cough. Nothing bo foolisli ns to suffer from it. Nothingso dnngerous if allowed to continue. One Minuto Cougli Cure gives immedinto relief. Shoit A Ilayncs Cloverport, and Beard A Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Treatment of Bearing Strawberry Plantations. Falling of tlio hair is tho result of inaction of tho glands or roots of tho hair, or a morbid stato of tho Bcalp, which may bo cured by Hull's Hair Henower, Matrimonial Market Heport. Perhaps tho happiest nnd most significant effect of tho lato election may bo found in tlio wedding columns of tho nowspnpors. Nover did Cupid reap a richor harvest than thnt which is now demanding his nttontlon. Accounts of weddings occupied over threo columns in tho Herald of yesterday, nnd there wore wedding notices gnioro. This sudden brightening of tlio matrimonial market bo booh aftor election can bo traced to no other causo than to tho fact has beon dealt to tho that a death-bloiniquitous tax on tho necessaries of lifo. Whilo tho McKinley bill was tho law of tho laud likoly bo to continue, marriages wore fow and far botwoon. Even tho expediency of tho sacred institution began to bo doubted, and tho question "la inarringo n failure ?" wns widely discussed. It doubtless was more or less a failure with a GO per cent, tax on everything from blankets to baby clothes, and from slowpans to rattles. From now on mar- - It Is not always ensy to decldo whnt to do with tho strawberry bed after it has dono fruiting for tho season, unless a new bed has been But out iu tlio spring, in which case there should bo no hesitation in turning it under as deeply ns possible and puting it to turnips or some other useful second crop. Before doing so it may bo well to burn it over nnd destroy such noxious insects as may infest It. But when ono hns failed to provide for nnother Beason'a strawberries by putting out a now bed in spring it becomes n serious question as to tlio best mode of treating tlio old 0110. It should bo realized at tho start thnt it is far less trouhlu to plant a new bed than to clean out tho old ono, provldod always that good strong plants may bo procured readily. If this is tho enso put out tho new bed ns early ns possible. Wo are opposed to tlio uso of young plants from old, bearing plantation, and boliovo It always pays if thoy havo to bo Bont for from a distance If powdblo get )ot grown plants, but If theso are not readily obtainable, young, well rooted layer plants may bo secured from a neighbor and by dint of careful shading and watering started early In tho season. Our (lift la livery Ono al our "A YARD OF PANSIES." Iljr special arrangement with the I'uhllshcrs, we are cnablril to make everyone nf our renders a present of one of these cxiiuslte Oil Pictures lA Inches long, a companion to "A Vanl of ItntcsM which all have seen ami ailmire,!. This Monitor I picture, "A Varilof 1'iinski," was paint-c- il liy the same noted artlit who illil the "Hoses" It Is the same slic, and Is pronounced by art critics to le far superior to the "Hoses." Tin. reproduction Is equal In every reject to the original, wmcncosi jauo, and accompanying it are lull directions for framing at home, nt a cost of a few rents, thus forming a beautiful orna-me- it far Your iMtlor or a superb Christmas Olft, worth at li'ast . Send your name and address iu (.he publisher, W. Jennings Deumrrst, ij Hast stamps Hlti St., New Vom, with threo two-ceto pay forth packing, iiiaillng,ctcand mention that you are a reader or Tuc ItHKCKENRitxiK Nw and you will receive by return .mall one of these valuable, Works of Art. nt -- r" mmjr T f ' - - rrBBmMMiMMiiMMMMtfMMMit r " " ""'"rrWWsMnfflssrB.Ti i mi !! ii - - - - - ."" .' . . -- - - ,;w "vHBv,Bmi.iii iinniKvnvnnnnpn "vuuktsc'''hbhvvh THEX Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NO VEMHKIt NO D. & BRRGKRNRIDGE NRWB, GLOYRRPORT, KY. Tho Court of Claims. The County Court of Claims after a four days seasion, completed their labors at Ilardinsburg last Friday. Only tlio general routine work of adjusting tlio county's business wasgonothiougli with. Nothing of any special importance was before the Court for adjudication, unless it was tho matter of levying tho tax in tho Ilardinsburg and Rough Creek precincts to pay the interest on tho $00,000 railroad bonds voted to McCrackcn ct Co. for building tho L. II. W. Tho magistrates refused to levy this tax, after hearing tho arguments pro and con on tho subject. Interest has been running now on tho bonds some two or thtco years, and if tho peoplo in thoso district are finally forced to pay tho bonds, it will bo quito a largo debt to shoulder. They seem determined however to fight the matter to the end. It will probably not be determined until it is carried through the courts. Tho other business before tlio magistrates was that of defraying tlio current expenses of the county. The list of claims allowed will show that this is not unusually large, and that wo aro in n very fair condition, financially. One of tho most expensive items on us heretofore, has been that of bridgo building. Only one bridgo was built during the post your, and hereafter this item of public expense may lie dropped oil", asourcounty is now well supplied with bridges. They have all been principally built of iron and the cost has been heavy. There aro a number in tlio county, but they will doubtless prove durable ns well as beneficial to the public. On" important feature in dealing with public matters is that of guarding against Wo extravigunce in appropriations. think our board of magistrates has been conservative along this line, and had an eye to the interest of tho tax payer. At least we see nothing in tlio action of tho body just closed that could be termed wasteful or extravagant. SS3S'eES&?"-3SGS!?B'''tS--1 JRH 1 i HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. .'(0, 1602. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OolNd WIST. VIUGIL. O. nAnilAOK, Editors and l'asienger Dally arr. Hardlniburg..l2:42 OOIKQ CART. p.m. a.m Proprietor. Pauenger Dally arr. Itardlnibarg.. SUII and 1$ 7:50 I.,nt. Krpreii going Rait Ii. Curd. kT. Local Time 10.0) fc'xpreij Loeai ifralgbt " " " " " " West Kail Rait Wait Vit a.m. .10.44 a.m. 6.S7 p.m. 9A6 p.m. 11.19 a.m. 10.0 a.m. OilA NOE OF A DURESS- .-' When ordering addrett of your paper changed alieayt gyre the old at well at the ne,e addrett. Alwayt give county and ttate, Iyour paper it no( re-regularly, notify ut. pott-officrt new eulteriler name on the lUt a plnnti and paper ttarted Irfore you icrite a complaint, me we are ttry much crowded now. an If you tend ut wtek order for allow w to get the Do not forget to male your rrnewalt in time. iralcA your direction tag and tee when your tub' ttruition expiree. The next tix month, will lefull of xiterett, and you ehauld not mitt a eingle copy Send of THE BllECKE.S'lttDOE SEWS. your ordirt at leotl a week in adianee to make ture. It may not take a week in every inttance ; wilt get them on at toon at potiille. NOTtCKthe label on your paper. IF your time hat expired please renew. II you do not want the paper please droy ut a poital card to that effect. Don't let the paper run on for three nr tlz montht and then tay you did not order It, and refute to pay for It. SIX PAGES. DO YOU KNOW That on tlio Jet of January next, tlicro uillboon tlio pcniiion roll fully 1,000,-00- 0 names. That Congress w ill bo asked to appropriate for tlio payment of pensions $180,-000,00- 0. Tliut tlio pensioners now on tlio listaro in tlio proportion of nearly one in twelvo to tlio voters of tlio whole Union. That it takes 10 per cent, or more of tlio nations revenue to pay oil these pensions. That tlio pension list costs $120,000,000 moro than the entire expenses of tlio government before the war. That it has increated $100,000,000 since 1877. That the number of pensions on tlio 1st of January v ill almost equal tlio regular standing armies of l'n nee and Germany combined. That if this reckluM expenditure is not eheeked.it will cost for 18!il the enormous sum of $200,000,000. That this rami vol of wrong and robbery must cease, and the pension list be purged of its frauds. That it will bo tlio duty of the Demo cratic President and Congress to revise the list in the intercut of deserving veterans and of an imperiled Treasury. That no patriotic citizen, be he Democrat or Republican, will object to calling a halt in this pension robbery. As Owonslwro is discussing the street-pavin- g (piestion, and many of her citizens arc advocating the laying of tire best pavement jossible, we respectfully call the attention of Owensboro to the fact that vitrified brick make the best pavement in the world, and that Cloverport makes the best vitrifld brick in the world We are near neighbors and will give you inside figures, liive us a call. It is said tliut President Cleveland's inauguration on the Itli of March, next, promises to be participated in by the largest body of people, and to be accompanied by tlio most unique and picturesque features, which have characterized an inauguration since the days of Jackson. Tummany has promised to turnout 10,000 strong, and to exhibit in parade a real uncaged tiger. Tin: Third party people have about scheme. abandoned tlio Their latest "demands" are that they or something bet"favor the ter," and as there are many things that ure a vast sight better than this wild, impracticable idea, the inference is that it will no longer receive any coiiBideiation. y y At the National Orange meeting at Concord, N. II., Dr. Clardy of this State, stated that the farmers of Kentucky were prosperous, ami expressed the opinion that the calamity howlers ought to quit business. Tiik feature of a Thanksgiving celebration at Richmond. Va., was the cutting of a mauimoiith Cleeland and Stcu'iison Jno. Y . uuiuol. ilum puddinii by t weighed .'71 iKHimiri. Dring your prod it co to Witt & Mcador. Mrs. L. A. Footo returned homo Monday. Miss Dettiu Taylor visited Hoscttn last week. Mr. Logan l'ato went to I)uisviilo last Friday. Tlio hunting fever has struck this town severely. I'rof. Shacklctt went 'to Brandenburg last Friday. For n good set of silver spoons, call on Frank Haswell. Miss Maggie Smith Fordsville, was visiting here last week. If you want n nice watch, get it from Frank Haswell. John Slaton and W. W. Vessels went to LouiBvillo Saturday, For nice Christmas presents, go to Frank Haswell, the jeweler. Look out for our big stock of Christinas goods. Witt A Mcador. out for our big stock of Christmas goods. Hardin & Drown. Mr. and Mrs. Jeaw Wright, of Louisville, are visiting hero this week. Don't pass us if you want bargains. Our goods must go, Witt it Meador. 11. F. Heard, Frank Haswell and Jolly Meador went to Ixniisvillo yesterday. You can save money by purchasing your groceries from Hardin & Drown. Call on Milt. Matheny and have him toll you about that wonderful dream ho had. We nro offering our fall stock at reduced prices. Give us a call, Witt it Mcador. Mr. and Mrs DuiTey, of Fordsville were hero several days last week visiting friends. For whatever you want in fancy, stylish and good goods ut low prices, call on T. C. Lewis. Irene Hoard was at homo bust Saturday. She returned to Stephensport with her father Sunday. If yon want to make your wife n present of a nice silver plated butter dish, get it from Frank Haswell. Amos Hoard went toStephensport lust Sunday. It is surmised that Mr. Amos' trips nro becoming most too frequent in that direction. We regret to see our neighbors wearing such long faces, but we nre doing the btisinct-s- . If you don't think so, cull in and bo convinced. Witt it Meador. Don't lay in anything for Christmas until you see our stock. Wo will undoubtedly have the best assortment ever brought to this town. Hardin it Brown. Stephen Duncan, co!., was brought here from Dennett's rock quarry last Saturday with nearly half side of bis head blown off. Caused by the explosion of a stick of dynamite. Sheriff DeJernett went to Irvington last week to levy an attachment on the goods of Mr. I.co Otto. Mr. Otto left Irvington some time ago in debt to numerous parties. Miss Mattio Adkisson gave a candy pulling to some of her friends last Friday night. Those present were, Miss Flora Smith, F.va Hensley, Irene Hoard Maud Smith and Stella Scott. 9 The following parties are preparing for n big bunt next week. J. I). Heeler, Joe Cox, Jell". Hook, Jim Phelps, M. Harry Smyser, Charley Granger and Coleman Haswell. My stock of watches, clocks, silver tableware, spectacles, ladies' and gents' vest chains, ite., (te.,alsoa largo and well selected stock of nccordeons, guitars, banjos, violins, phouoharps, autolmrps inula line of smaller musical instruments. A splendid assortment to select from for Ksk-ridge, I J! , ; v t) S fc'' .S )$"& t For' iJ' N i, a f Groceries Provisions Etc. -. : r .: ;.-' - 4 ': Ai t ' M V ; , CI . , , . iPOR f wi VEST'S 0 0 ll. a J . it Is ( notks. F. P. Haygood was allowed $25 for inspecting bridge. Mr. D. Hnmbleton, G. W. Henrd and James Crawford were appointed commissioners to look nfter raisintr the Clover-po- rt bridge, and were authorized to receive bids for sumo. Morris l!skridgo was directed to exee cute deed to tlio purchaser of the farm sold by Mr. G. W. Heard. Mrs. Atwood was allowed jS 10.10 for paupers, Ac., as kcoping shown by her report. Mr. P. K. Rhcdes was allowed $112.00 for bis services as bridgo commissioner, in overseeing the work on the new bridgo across Hough creek. SherKl DeJemette for election expenses 22:i.t)2. Mr. Morris fir his services as commissioner for tlio county the post year, was allowed $123. Dr. N. C. Mosley was allowed $100 for e commissioner, his services as nnd $!)0.2u for his son ices to the paupers e anil clsewnere. in tlio Mr. K. W. Owen was allowed $9 1.50 for putting a floor in the Rock Lick bridge. Mr. James W. Miller was allowed $087.00 for his services as county school superintendent tlio post year. Judge M. Hoard was allowed $500 for his services as county attorney. Thomas Adkisson was allowed $000 for his services as county judge, and n fur-tl- u r sum of $.'!;! for extra services to tho county. The claim of John P. Morton A Co.. of $1W) was allowed for printing tlio election ballots. The farm of Mr. John Slaton near this place was purchased by the court for a e farm. Tho" price paid was poor-houspoor-houspoor-houspoor-liouspoor-hous- I n The Place. Cloverport, Ky. 'i1 111 Clothin O Boots and Shoes, Hats i J Ii .IO V i i M. SS35;32?SS5S33SS3S& Mrs. Ellen Itobinson, Vine Grove, is visiting Mrs. II. C. Hawlings. Mrs. Etta Malln seems to ta the popular candidate for the Mrs. J. A. McGeheo nnd daugbter,Miss Mattio, visited Louisvillo last week. Mr. Thos. H. Ditto has completed his new houso and will move into it this week. Sir. Elvis Wimp, a resident of Owensboro, came up Saturday to visit his parents. Mr. Jim Hnwes, Louisvillo, spent Thanksgiving with his sister, Mrs. D. W. Lewis. Pay roll of tho Soda Ash Works amounts to several hundred dollars every Saturday. The merchants of tho town aro feeling the eflcctB of the money being expended for the Soda Ash. Hon. Chnpczo Wathen is still confined to his bed with malarial fovor. Chap, is having a hard time of it. Miss May D. Pusoy and Hcrtha Lewis came down for Thanksgiving, and remained over until Sunday night. Capt. Steward, Young's Salt Works, shut down one day last week on account of tho engine getting out of shape. Miss Sal lie Hart, of Hardin county, left for her homo last weok nfter a pleasant visit to Miss Mattie McGeheo. Dod Helt, Guston,tho great rabbit traparo per and hunter, says tho cotton-tail- s not us plentiful this year as common. Mr. Georgo Frymlre, Union Star, visited in the neighborhood last weok. I'll let you guess to whom it was, too. John T. Ditto, traveling salesman for tho Preuscr A Wellenvoss hat concern, tauisvillc, was at homo n few days last week. Mr. Win. Mclntyro is the possessor of as nice looking homo as thoro is on West Hill, since the addition of anothor story to his house. Tho now Catholic church was dedicated two weeks ago. Father McCloskoy, of Louisville, was in attendanco with tho choir from his church. Hooker Held, Louisvillo, ono of tho projectors of tho Soda AbIi Works, brought down tho stufT, that jingles in your pocket, for the boys Saturday. Frank Ditto, jr., and wife got in from tho "West last week. Frank is a whole-soe fellow, and received n warm from his host of friends who wore glad to see him. There is so mo talk of putting up a creamery at this point. Judgo yoolfolk and J. K. Ditto are tho agitators of this, the latest schomo of putting the peoplo on the road to wealth. Tho Soda Ash will start a fire under their brick kiln of RO.OWthis week. Thoy will need a lot of brick, nnd if tho Cloverport peojdo huvo any to spare hero is whore they can place them. post-oilicc. -ul wol-compost-mast- ,, and - - , v 4 Caps TO & CO., Mr. Andrew Hickerstafrs sudden dentil Friday, the 18th, was quito n shock to his many friends. lie lived on n farm nbovo town, in tlio Bottom, and was ono of our best farmers. His wifo nnd family who aro left to mourn his loss, have the sympathy of many frionds. Mr. Morgan Hlchurdson and Miss Georgia Moreinen will marry this Wednesday ovening at 7 o'clock. Mr. Richardson is ono of our rising young lawyers, and a partner of our commonwealth's attorney, Chopezo Wathen; Miss More-me- n is tlio daughter of Mr. A. Moremen, nnd one of our most accomplished and estimable young ladles. C3-- 0 MART purchase of $15.00 worth. CLOVERPORT, KY. Who will pay your railroad fare for every $2,000. the holidays-- . T.C.Lewis. The following is the list of marriage license issued bv the county clerk lust week: Junius "J'ooil to Miss Susan E. Adkisson, Richard Hennett to Miss Ottie V.. Graham; L. F. Mary to Miss Abel Cannon; Win. Harper to .Miss Cynthia A. Suni'l J. Jarboo to Miss Nancy J. to Miss Mury Greenwell, W. (!. McCreery Hcordsly; Jus. M. Willliite to Miss I'oxy A.Snelling. CLIFTON.MILLS. Mr. Cleveland has gone oil for a two weeks hunt. Not so much iirolmbly for The rainy season and u hunt as to escape the number of is upon us. that are constantly on his track. J. W. Parr spent Sunday with his best girl on the Kith. Mr. Itlaliio's health is ghing his family Success to the News. May the rooster and friends serious uneasiness. fly high and carry us good tilings fast. The protracted meeting will begin at Statu ok Ohio, Citv ok 'Ioi.koo, 1 HS. Clifton on Saturdav night before the I.ITA8 CtH'.NTY. fourth Sunday in this month. FlIANK J. CIik.nky makes oath that he Charlie Paiino lias taught Austin is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Park's stave timber and will place seven Ciiknky & Co., doing business In the city hands to working it this week. of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, Mr. Charlie Payne, of 1 lamed, was in and that said linn will pay the sum of our neighborhood this week looking up Company, ONK IIUNDUKI) DOM.AItS for each stave timber for a 1). A. Parks is repairing tlio Huston and every case of Cataiiiiii that cannot bo cured by the usoof Hai.i.'h Cataiiiiii place, which adds greatly to its looks, and we predict that in twelve months FHANK J. CII KNKV. CuitK. time it will look like another place altoSworn to before mo and subscribed in gether. Cth day of December, my presence, this Hev. Jim Ilarned will assist In our A. 1)., 188l. protracted meeting and during the meetA. W. CiI.kaso.v, i -- -. ing will preach a scries of sermons on Notary Public. 1 the Identity of the church, mode of Hub-tisi-n and its design I'very one, who Hold by Druggists 70 cts. can conveniently, coino out and hear these sermons they will be interesting Dave's Latest. and ably explained. Tlio Hon. David It. Murray, of Clover-jK)r- t, Freo to All New Subscribers. who is in town quite often, is responsible for a littlo story to the ofrict Tim KruH Iihm inniin fin nrnim'Otiwinr. that during tlio lato campaign a Democrat and a Republican wore debating in with the publishers of that new anil the great county of Breckenridge, with lintifluMmi mnlitlilv VfttfjtrV Kmillmrn tlio proverbial result, that neither could Magazine, published at Louisville, by BRANDENBURG. bo convinced as to which had the liestof which overv subscriber to tlio Nkwh ran tlio aigutncnt. They at lost decided to get a copy of tlio magazine freo. Alia call upon old Judgo llriggs, whoever that subscriber will have to do is to address Court next Monday. is, to act tui refereo. Taking the stand a postal card to this olllce with tlio resolemnly, the old gentleman of the petri- quest, name and address written on it for fied school said : "Gentlemen, my opin- ti Bpecimon cony Wo hopo all of our nt Joo A. McGeheo, spent Thanksgiving home. ion Is, that the Republican was more flu subscribers will take advantage of this Captain Hullad,Mauckport was over in inlnious in his remarks, but the Demo- liberal offer of tlio publishers and get n crat computed more pints." Resides copy. It is a gift on their part of at least town SoUi nlay. tearing down the houso this decision was 25 cenU to every Hiilwriber of the Nkws, Miss Eva Carrigan, Guston, is visiting and we appreciate it, und hopo our sub- Miss Lulu Lewis. complete and final. The Girl. scribers do also. g olllce-seekerpoor-hous- Tlio following persons were cxhonor ated from paying poll tax, Heni. Holoy. lvlinund I lay ties, ti.I). Hrown, James ft. Muttingly, M. I). Humphrey, Win. Hates, J. S. De.Iernetto in the matter of tho county levy for 1801, was given an extension of tlio tiinu until next April for making n final settlement. There was a large number of persons before the court asking for help in various ways, but they were all referred to the commissioner, Dr. C. N. Mosley. There were only four members of the court in favor of levying the railroad tax. This was learned after the court adjourned, and it is pretty safe to say that the members of this court will novervoto favorably on the proposition. In n final settlement with tlio sheriff, the delinquent list for 1891, supposed to amount to $2,500 was sold to the Bhuriil for $260. Moiris Fskridgo was continued as commissioner for the county for the ensuing year. It was tlio general opinion of the court that the farm purchased of John Slaton e property, was bought for the at a bargain, and no tatter place could nave ueen seiecieu. Tho court will not meet again until next April, and thereafter they will hold two sessions a year, one in October. When tho tax question was voted down last Tuesday, the following order appeared on the minute book of tho county ulerk: "Make certified copy of order of county court refusing to make lovy of taxes in tax district of Hreckenridgo county mndu at the January term 1802. Also, 'list of tho names of Justices of Peace in commission at said term. Also, copy of amount of assessment of real and jiersonal property in said tux district by said court at- its January term 1800. Also, it certified ropy of tho official bonds of J. S. DeJernett as sherifl, and for collecting county levy that was in force in 1800 and '1)2, signed D. It. Murray attorney for the L., St. L. A T. It. It. Co." Mr. F. K. IlhodoB reported that tho bridgo across the north fork of Hough creek hud been completed and was ready for travel. The court ordered the commissioner to pay tlio contract price for sumo, $:i,225. ponr-house Agriculture in the Schools. should bo, if it is not, conceded by It all that farming is something in which tho brains must with tho muscles In order to secure tho best results. Scientific principles every doy find n wider application in tho raising of crops, tho breeding and development of stock nnd tho methods of handling tho producU of tho farm. This being true, it would seem that our public school system should show its recognition of theso facts by Incorporating among tho studies thoso branches that have a direct application to agriculture. It has been charged, and not without somo show of reason, that our schools educato our children away from tho farm by giving prominenco to branches that havo a professional rather than an industrial application. Now, as agriculture is the foundation of all property, it is obvious that what improves its condition Improves in a corresponding degrco tho general dondition of tho peoplo. Hut tho schools enn exert another helpful influenco in impressing upon tlio young mind tho dignity of farming. Our boys and girls should bo early taught that drudgery is not now n neocsbitry condition of funning, that it is an industrial business which should bo conducted on business principles, nnd that brain force exerts a greater influence than mere muscular cnorgy. Especially should our country schools bo schools for farmers. Thoy nro supported by farmers, tho pupils ure fanners' sons and daughters, and the majority of them will mako farming their lifo work. For thoso who aspire to the professions tlturo nro schools especially adapted to their needs, and specific professional instruction should not be paid for out of public funds. Fanners should tako a greater interest in their schools, and see that good teachers are employed who are not inculcating, in their instruction, false nnd pernicious ideas of lifo. Education Is something more than a privilege' It is a duty, and the parent who neglects this duty to his children does them a cruel injury that no amount of money he leaves tin m can over muko good. Western Plowman, GO TO ott:r, OVERCOATS ARE IMMENSE. WOOD'S PHOPHODINE Tho Great KiiRUali Ilemody. Promptly nnd perma nently cures all furmi of Ncrvoui Wcakncx, limit-lonSpermatorrhea, and all cflecta of auuk or jixccuci. iiccn prescribed over 35 years In thousands ot cases; Is tho liefore and Aflor. only Reliable and Honest Medicine known. Ask druggist for Wood's riiosniODiNKt ir lie oilers some worthless ineoi cine In place of this, leave his dishonest store, in close price In letter, and we will send by return mall. I'rlce, one package, III six, I5. One will please, six will cure, Pamphlet In plain sealed envelope, j stamps. Address Tlio Wood Cliomlciil Co, Mich.. 131 Woodward avenua Detroit, Sold In Cloverport by C. C. Martin, and druggists everywhere. e, Anticipating Christmas , fhm ,,IT 18 A DTITYyou owernnraelfnuilmoney, II r to frt tlio beat valuo for Tour your by will testllr. purchasing footwear flconamlxn In W. I.. Ilougjna Hliocs, which represent tho boat value, for prices asked, as tbousauds says ho dreamed a fow Our Ten miles South of Cloverport on nights ago that ho was dead, and that dethe Bowling Green road, and get composition had set in, and nothing reMen'i Hoots at $7.7ft to ft.&O OLOVERPOnT, KY. lieved his mind until ho got up out of Dojri1 Uooti at 1 06 to 90 cti. oehtHIWh, " 1.00 to 60 Fhawli bed and took an ico bath. THE BEST SHOE W THE WMlflFOfl THE HONEY. 6 to 5 " " I'rlnti .UTUKIL Hl'F.QIAI.TIKH In footwear aro of 60 to 36 ' Tho Soda Ash Works aro being rapidly Men'i ihlrti " tho same hlin aTad,and rcprearat a money valua Arthur JSoiml, our old jokey friend chimed. Other thing! correiponJInglf clean, Will far beyond the pricesbottom of Dee that uaraa and Is in tlio city is ono ot tho pushed to completion. It earh shoo, uiMin. Wo nro pleased to ezebango good, for batter, oggi, Icttberi, prlco aro tumped on most extenslvo enterprises that lias ever TAK1KNOHUIIHTITIJK. V. 1.. Douglas, Urocktooi Muss. BoM by lenm that it takes a great deal of IiUtimo is getting hldei, dried fruit, cblekeni, etc been undertaken here. This 0. W. STONE. Uewmer & HamblotoH, Cloverport, Ky. explaining tliut "whltecapplng" nflUir, to bo quite a manufacturing metropolis. C. W. STONE S STORE W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE piy l2'00rmlPf rn ivtfflMhWii roit uoict $2.00 42.25 M I ronl.75 boys run .( nV'7dHsS7sk . 41.75 t 44.00 43.50 .00 .0Qr"v3$2 .50 rW,,.,,,,. iiK 1 $2.00 m g TakcB up a good deal of ovory-ono- 's time now. With theso thoughts in mind you will bo especially interested in our big lino of presents, useful and ornamental for young nnd old, boyB and girla. When you nro puzzled what to give, roinomber us. In tho meantime wo havo a nico lino of Ladies' Cloaks, Reofors, Capes, Military New Markets. For Gontlomon our Overcoats aro just tho thing. HHIW'UPMnWWWH'WJira1"1"1 J - i'wp"wi!l'lllw'wwfifw?iry HrjfrTW T "? THEX it f BRRGKRNRIDGR NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. Fall n Line All You People 5r4AR(X Christmas Novelties FOR THE SEASON OF 1892. Popular selections at popular prices, are the features of our Magnificent Stock. We have outdone all previous efforts, and having bought from first hands, can and will make prices as low as the lowest. Our mottos are "The best is our kind always." "Its the latest we will have." We want quick sales, are anxious to please, never undersold, no advantage taken, glad to suit you. Why not try us? Our beautiful Holiday and Art Display is worth your inspection. Our Grand Opening Days Who wish to see a bright and beautiful display of charming1 AJ&T AJLiL ..lEeiEJ XjfcTV m bid ,, V lO. J. C. BOURNE, .A-nsr- o "W":ei-,co:m::- b. HOME DRESSMAKING. THE IMPORTANCE OF HAVING GOOD BUTTONHOLES. i f Tliey Ar One 6T the Frlme Reqnliiltci Gown. to the lTIno Appearance of The Sinking of a Collur Attention to IJttle Dotal). Nccei.arjr. Copyright, 1802, bjr American Press tlon. Asaoci- - NUMBER II. In the cutting of n dress the wnlst should bo the first to bo cut, and then tlio skirt, which enn bo made osnmplons tlierimount of material will allow, but the waist will bear no scrimping. When tho waht has been pressed, then work the buttonholes. Cut tho holes evenly, then "bar" them with conrso thread and overhand them, after which work tho buttonhole Bolidly and well, for nothing looks more slovenly than wornout button holes. The buttons had better bo left to tho last, as thread catches around them. To get them on straight lay tho two fronts together and pass an Iron lightly over tho buttonholes, or mark down through tho holes with n pencil and sow tho buttons on exactly there. To mnke and sew a collar on a dress Is n neat job, nnd if It is n plain one should bo first cut out of strong wlgan, and that basted on slleshi or other lining, nnd then faced with silk or satin, whatever tho outer material is inado of. The collar is to be pressed with a piece of damp cloth laid between that nnd tho iron. Then cut it nick exactly in the middle, of tho collar and fasten this to the center of tho back team, and tack tho two ends to tho front end basto them; that on the left side, however, must reach only to tho lino of buttons. Tho outer material, lining and wlgan nro nil to bo taken in one seam with tho waist of tho dress and carefully basted tint, and only sewn when suru it Is right. Tho collar should then be raised and its position and tho facing sewn down and tho whole firmly pressed. The bono casings can now bo sewn In. They arc better made of bias sllesia, but eomo use tapes and others tho steel used bones, but nothing is so good or lasting as the regular whaleloues, and on tho proper adjustment of theso very much of tho beauty of a waist depends. The casings should bo just wide enough to let tho bono slide in snugly, and they must bo sewn only to tho scams and no stitches visible from the outside. Scrape the bones at each end with a piece of glass until tho ends nro flexible, and thus they will not wear through the dress nor nmkoan ugly hump. For very stout ladies' the bones nro doubled in the middle nnd shaved thin nt tho ends, nnd if placed in hot wnter a short time they can easily bo sewn together with a fine needle. It is usual to place n bono In each dart in tho side seams and ono in tho back. When tho bones nro nil In, tho easo belt can bo sewn in. This Is to relievo tho strain nbout tho waist, and is to bo neatly diamond stitched in tho middle of tho back nnd on the under arm scams, nnd it is finished by a hem nnd strong hook nnd oye. Then the final finish around tho bottom can ba put on. This can be done in many ways, but tho standard is to face it neatly with the satna material as tho dress, or silk or satin. If of self goods, the facing extends tho sixteenth of nn inch below tho waist, giving tho appearance of n piping. Tho silk lining requires that tho outsldo bo turned under so ns not to show. In facing tho bottom great caro should bo taken to seo that it is trimmed exactly even, for crooked lines there mark the amateur at once. from uifo inch two, of "the "sTibuliTer Bfiitn nnd carried down over tho bent elbow to tho wrist. Tho sleevo to bo fashionable now should bo of tho leg o' mutton, plain bishop, with deep cuff, and the balloon In which tho upper part Is puffed nndthoforo nrm part quite plain. Tho last requires n plain, medium snug foundation for tho support of tho balloon tops. Tho leg o' mutton enn bo mode In many varieties, the ono most often seen having the upper part wrinkled. The sleeves now require a large quantity of material, usually three yard. The sleevo is sewn up, tho Beams whipped and the wrists finished with a neat piping, or n cuff of velvet made over wlgan, and then they nro ready to bo sown In, From the two dots they should bo gathered until just n fit for tho arm size. The under nrm scam is to be pinned to the front ncam of the front side gore, and the back nrm seam will coino naturally to an inch below the shoulder seam in tho back. Bnsto the lower part of the Beam to the waist, and then turning the sleevo toward you baste forward from tho back arm seam, keeping tho gathers mostly on the top of the shoulder. Then sew strongly nnd overcast. All tailor finished dresses should havo ns nearly plain sleeves as fashion will al low. Modified leg o' mutton is now the nccepted style, with the wrists left open nu inch on the back, and finished with a silk "arrowhead" or a row of very small buttons. Sleeves for silk or fine goods havo qulto a bouffante effect just now, and will take much more elaborate trimming than wool. It requires now nbout 4X yards of goods for basque and balloon or leg o' mutton sleeves. A diagram of leg o' mutton and balloon pud is given. Olive If akpch. A COLORED BOY CHOIR. THE DRYAD. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, The Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulccrs,Salt Itlioum, Fover Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns and nil Skin Eruptions, nnd positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For Balo by Short & Haynes, druggists. Wluit Ono Man Saw In Ono Day. things they were. yesterday; rcmnrkublo, Coining in on n suburban train I sat down Lei aid n women as black us ink. Sho was n full blooded negro, nnd her hair was ns straight ns yours or mino nnd as soft ns velvet. I don't think thero is nnother such enso in tho world. "Walking up Broadway later on 1 saw nn electric wire- catch fire nud burn in twain, tho pieces falling to tho ground. Thero wero no cross wires nor nny wiro nor nnythiug within ten feet of it when it caught." Ho rested awhile. "Say! Ahem! When 1 was eating supper lost night I found n worm a black, shaggy worm nn inch long in n fresh egg. You seo 1 have my eggs served to me intho shell and cat them with a spoon from tho shell. As 1 dug down into tho yolk of ono brought mo at a fashionable restaurant I saw somothing black in tho center, and pulling it out discovered what I have told you. Tho egg was sound ns n dollar. Tho way I figuro it out is that nn old hen swallowed a worm just beforo tho egg began to form and tho wonn got tangled up in tho machinery and got stuck. Well, 1 must bo going. Good day." St. Louis Republic. Dr. Hale' Household Ointment Is the finest remedy in tho world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Ithcumntism. Cures Piles like mngic. Cures salt rheum in tho most soothing manner. Cures inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs nnd Colds. Can bo taken internally, A positive specific for Pncuinonin. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstanding, Corns and bunions are cured quickly; different from all else; superior to all else; it lins no equal. 2oc. and COc. boxes. Largo size cheapest. Sold nt Short & Haynes' drug store. A Tuiwn (liiine. "I saw three very curious "PER.7 BALLOON PUFF. i The Verdiot Unanimous. Stcphemport 102.1 102:1 t21 Mjjgjy Tothcrball is a now gnmo of Eng ?M 1018 Addlion 1027 9 25 lish origin which possesses tho pro1016 Holt It pleases tho lawyer and his client,too, 1030 9 30 FRUIT TREES 10 01 1044 Clovcrport PIAalUU OF MODEL 8LKKVK, WITH 9 46 nounced ndvantngo of being played in ClIAItLKS A. TlIOMl-SKKI)C8 MoillCS, to havo tho verdict of tho jury unani067 Shopi 1060 TOP. 961 tow feot of lawn or courtyuid. A Iowa. 25 and 50 cent bottles (or ealo by mous. A great jury composed of tho Koriale at llnrdln'a Nur.cry, one and Skillm-i9 44 1100 10 01 Upper slcevo dotted lino marks thnpo for a 9 33 Good Tree! and low llaweivlllc two yean old, post eight feet high is sot up, nnd to A. R. Fishor, Cloverport, Ky. UU 1010 lining. Amoiican public has rendered a unanil'ctrle 01i 1118 1018 ptlcci. I'or further Information, call on The putting on of tho facing to u bnsn.ua this is attached a cord having at its end 9 20 1121 Falcon 1024 mous verdict on Dr. Hale's Household or ttdclren A fioliiuiio Tliut Work. Caycc 915 1129 Is a "nlco job." It is better to basto first, n ball. Tho spneo of the grounds may 1)2 9 09 Lewfiport 1135 1034 When you go into tho Marblo Collegi Cough Curo as a medicine agreeing that then stitch tho bottom nud turn the facing influenco somewhat tho length of tho 8 61 1162-Towers Ben. Hardin & Son, 1060 up, basting it nguln, nnd then press It be- string, which should bo, however, not atochurch.ut Fifth nvonuo nnd Twenty-nint- h its promises of a speedy curo for coughs, 8 37 l'atcs 1207m 1102 8 27 Oweniboro 1210 fore the inside is finally felled down. That lees than eight nor moro than ten feet you will find in tho book colds and bronchial troubles aro always 1111 street, ANDYVJLLE, KY. 815 Mattlngly 1227 1121 a perfect edge if cut Btralght. Insures long. Tho ball is sot in rotary motion, rack of each iow n card of tho sizo of a carried out to tho letter. This pleasant 5W 123(1 Hill Stanley 1131 nWKi'if -At tho present moment sleeves vary nnd with tennis racquets tho two playIt is nn 12 46 fasbionablo envelope. Worlhlnirton 766 1140 verdict has not been obtained without In shape ami fclze, but thuy nro nil greatly Snoltiville 104 737 card," bearing tho pastor's & Western R. R. 11 65 ers endeavor in turn to hit it. Tho 7 29 flaikctta 1205pm HI very easy to tnnnago if tho few fundamento make ittho best curo LouisYiMe.Hardlnsburg naiuo and church address on ono side, great pulns taken 2204m 125pm ar.Hendera'n tv 7 15m gnmo is said to bo exciting, nnd decidnro followed. A diagram heretal rules on tho market. Try n bottle when you No. 2 TIME TABLE. tho upper with shows tho main idea, which is that edly n warm contest, as tho ball provos with a nico littlo square in is printed, havo a cough or cold and you will belong TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1801. right hand cornor in which the under part of the sleeve 1h narrower very elusivo, Exchange. "If muilod, two cent stump horo." On to tho "unanimous" ever after. For salo West Hound Trains than tho top, and tiiat tuo top is rounded, Halt Hound Trains tho other sldo is printed: "In order that by Short ft Haynes. Piles of Pcoplo havo piles, but while tho under sldo la hollowed nt the top. I Dally I Dally Dally I Dally go to HiirJInsburg call on bo taken for sleeves Thu measure should STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun ex bun. ex Sun. Witch Hnzol Salvo will euro tho pastors may havo tho opportunity of Muttingly for tho bet No. 2 Nn. 6 No.5 Nn. 1 and seeking personal acquaintance-anthem. Short A Haynes, Clovcrport, I.lliiiirlrs BlttxfiiiiiM unci piothmls. Mrs. E. 0. Ebea, 11 30 nn I.v Irvlnjcton Ar 0 3O.im nnd liquors, to you tho courtosios of tho 1210pm Beard & Bcoler, Hnrdinsburg, Ky. 8 3.1 Garfield Modern museum methods applied to church, ploaso writo your numo nnd adof Milfortl, Ntb.,BayB8liOHu(rereil greatly lUrned HIS UV libraries will i ('suit In it vast extension s 12 42 Hardinsburg 760 dress below,, drop tho card in tho The Truth About GlrU. from a complication of diseases of fcuinlu Kirk 118 715 of their general usefulness nud availamail box, hand to nn usher or return A small boy in a Brooklyn grammar Jolly weakness and liver nud kidney troubles. 130 7 0S bility for the pnriuiM'rf of instruction, Uurrell, 8 44 Olendeane of boor nnd lunch nil the latest informaltl Her health was fully restored by using school has furnished recent composition: by mail. SI'iiod, David James Hulbert, and in the modern museums tho exhibiIfA 634 Dcmnittr D. D., pastor; Rov. Puhnor 8. conta nt 2 15pm ar Kulliltoiighlv 614am moat pleas- tion about girls iu a imDr. Halo's Household Tea.tho Imtoiiio 2 W) ltockvale AM "Girls is pretty nud ufruid of guns. Rev. Alfred E. Myers, assistant pastors." tion of books hasdisplay ofalmost ns portant as the tho conven3 02 Until 6 ?j ant and mofet effective medicine known. Thoy wear too rubbers and look at tho It is a sort of 314 Aiklns 6 21 I!. 253. aud 60c. per package at Short it clouds and say, 'Oh, how perficlcly Jove-ly- l' scheme, and they tional muMi'uiii Hpvelinens. Philadelphia 32) Oaka 600 Ledger. 4 00m ArKordivilloI.v 4 Cam drug X re. York Times. Haynes' say it works volJ. Now York Times. HARDINSBURQ, HAL-LOO-N m Ono In Surplice nt fit. Philip's Church. Now York boosts of tho largest colored boy choir in tho United States, and, so far as is known, in tho world. Such choirs aro not numerous, and aro to bo found only iu lnrgo cities. Thero nro two in Now York ono belonging to a Roman Catholio and tho other-tn Protestant Episcopal church. Tho latter is tho ono hero mount, nud as tho music of tho Episcopal is so different from that of tho Roman Catholic church no comparison between tho two can bo drawn. St. Philip's church in West Twenty-fift- h street, between Sixth nnd Seventh nvenues, is ono of tho oldest colored congregations in America. Tho proscnt building is nn ordinnry affair of brick and was onco used by Methodists. Up to n few months ago tho music nt St. Philip's was furnished by nn ordinnry mixed choir of colored singers. Sonio months before Easter it was decided to chnngo to n boy choir, such as nro to bo found in Trinity, St. Agnes', St. Andrews' and other moro or less "high" churches in tho city. Tho prosont organist, Mr. K. B. Kinnoy, was engaged to organize tho choir, and tho first services under tho now order of things wero heard on Easter Sunday. Mr. Kinney, however, found tho task of organization a difficult ono. Ho discovered that, so far ns tho constant desiro to havo fun nnd play pranks with ono nnother was concerned, thero wns not much difference between colorod and whito boys. And ns tho choir consisted of thirty boys, in addition to twenty mon, ho had to keep his eyes open. Iu time tho youngsters began to submit fairly well to discipline and aro now quito trncta-blo- . Of conrso thoro wns no troublo with tho men. Tho colored rnco is essentially musical, both in car and volco, nnd this fact has caused tho choir of St. Philip's to bo reckoned among tho bost boy choirs in tho city. Onco tho youngsters are interested they enter upon tho work with an earnestness that would put many n whito boy to tho blush. In tho choir thoro nro soveral remarkably good soprano voices. Two littlo colored chaps, Prontico Hutchinson nnd Howard Braxton, nro regarded as especially fine, nnd to them most of tho solos nro given. Tho ages of tho boys rango from nine to sixteen years. Mr. Kinnoy says that as far as ho knows ho is tho only whito person connected with tho church, though tho rector, tho Rev. II. C. Bishop, is frequently assisted by whito ministers. St. Philip's church is interesting for other things than its choir. It has a very valuablo chalico cup, mado of gold, which has been insured for $1,000. It is studded with diamonds, pearls, rubies and other precious stones. Thoro is n legend that two of tho diamonds, each worth $700, wero found in tho bottom of a trunk bolonging to ono of tho women members of tho church and wero given to adorn tho chalico cup. Tho altar is n bandsomo ono and was presented by Dr. Ray, a colored physician of somo noto in this city. Tho organ is small, but very sweot iu tono. Now York NYorhL An honest Swedo tells his story in plaiu but unmistakable language for tho benefit of tho public: "Ono of my childen took n sovero cold and got tho croup. I gavo her n tcnspoonful of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and in II vo minutes later I gavo her ono moro. By tliis timo sho had to cough up the gathering in tier throat. Then sho went to sleep and slept good for fifteen minutes. Then sho got up nnd vomited ; then sho went back to bed and slept good for tho remainder of tho night. Sho got tho croup tho second night nnd I gavo her tho snmo remedy with tho snmo good results. I writo tfiis becauso I thought thoro might bo some one in tho same need nnd not know tho true merits of tills wonderful medicine." A Very Melodious sur-plic- havo seen tier limpid cjc. Largo with Krndtml laughter, rite Through wild runts' ncttlcn. Like twin blosnoms grow nui ttare. Then tho hateful, envious rdr WhUkcd thoin Into petals. I havo kccii her linrdy check, Llko n molten coral, leak Through tho lenfago shaded, Sho Didn't Indulge. Thoy wero enjoying a moonlight walk In tho park. His wns n nnturo strongly tinged with romance Her nnturo leaned decidodly toward tho practical sldo of lifo. J. M. HARPKH, DANIKL BROOKS BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Of thick clilckruwns, nud then, When I mado moro iture, nu'uln To a red plum faded. I havo found her racy lips. And her graceful finger tips, Hut n haw or berry. Glimmers of her thero nnd horo. Just, forsooth, c nough to cheer And to mnko mo merry. "Is this not positively enchanting?" ho excluimed rapturously. "Wo can now drink to our fill of tho beauties that nature has so lavishly bestowed upor this lovely rotreatl" "Yes; but, Georgo, 1 don't drink," ro plied tho young lady prosaically. Now York Herald. Success in everything depends largely upon good health. Do Witt's Little Early Risers nro little health producing pills Seo tho point? Then tako an "Early Riser." Short ft Haynes, Clovcrport, and Beard ft Beeler, Hanlinsburg, Ky. A large number ot Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. Often on the ferry rocks Dazzling dimples of lonso locks At ma sho hath shaken. And I've followed all In valid They had trickled Into rain. Sunlit, on tho braken. Onco The Chicago Weekly Times (irouN'LJinu in iHfj..) THE OFFICIAL Q11GA2T OF THE WORLD'S FAIR AND her full limbs flashod on mo, Nuked, wbero some ronl treo I'owdered nil tho spuccs With wan sunlight and quaint shads-Sun haunt roinanco hath mado For haunched sat) r race. FRUIT ch TREES At tho THE GREATEST AND MOST POPULAR EXPONENT OF MODERN Hardinsburg Nursery, I'or next fall delivery. Order wh.it you want Anything we haven't on hnnd, we will procure It for you at the lowcit ratci. DEMOCRACY IN THE UNITED STATES. AN AGRICULTURAL AND POLITICAL WEEKLY ALL IN ONE. Thero, I know, hid amorous Pant For n auddon pleading ran Through tho mazo of myrtlo. And a rapid vloleuco tossed All Its (loworago 'twas tho lost Coolngs of a turtle. Madison Caweln In St. Joseph's News. The belt remedy for rhcuinatUm. Mr. John W. Oatci, l'eterliurg, Va., wrltct i "I used Oil tor Hhiutnntltm and obtained great relief. It ii the bcit remedy I hive ever tried and I ihatl alwa)a keep it In the hourc." 1'vur Ileforo tho $1.00 PER YEAR. Now condition! turround the farmer with wider duller. Ho now, left than formerly, can without reproaeh disregard Ml obligation to reck to iireparo blmtnlf and hit family for their political aa well ai their civil dutlo, and f r whatever Ii enential to good, wiio citiienliood. THE CHICAGO WEEKLY ZACK. GREEN, Manager llardlosburg Nursery. HAUDIN8DUnO ,KY TiMES BEPHESEWTS THE PEOPLE, Save Your Money I fight. Testimony differs ns to tho feeling of tho soldier on going into a light, nnd tho many experiences related by Grand Army men to their always willing listeners show that in their war histories thoro was no uniformity of either fear or daring. Tho major of n New Hampshire regiment said: "1 nlwayB folt timid when tho shot began to roach us, but as soon as wo got into action 1 was carried nway by excitement. I am not usually a profano man, and 1 hare no recollection of talking roughly to my troops, yet a good many of them havo assured mo that all through a fight 1 would swear like well, liko a troopor." Another man, n colonol, said: "It's all nonsonso to say that a man doesn't feel afraid in tho beginning of a fight nnd nil through it. Of courbo ho docs. Ho has reason. Sherman said of General Sum-no- r that ho wns tho only man who grow bolder as ho grow oldor, but tho only man 1 over saw who really soemed to want to fight, nnd to enjoy it nftor ho was in It, was Custer." Now York Sun. Small in size, great in results: Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers. Best pills for Constipation, best for Sick Headache, best for Sour Stomach. Thoy never gripo. Short &Hayncs, Cloverport, and Beard & Beol- er, Hurdinsburg, Ky. Alwuya Dying. CASH STORE Bewleyville.Ky. No Credit Prices ! Everything Marked in Plain Figures. Will give you more for your produce than any house that will pay Goods No quritlon of national Importance and all political and economic iiueitiona of moment are national onei trgini In Congrcrt. The; are canvaned nnd dticutaed liy tho peoplo and prfif, and when they reach rongren that body Ima merely tho details to consider. THE CHICAGO WKKKIjY TI.MKS hm becotna the rccogniied leader of tho great plain people the bone and fincw of tlo commonwealth nnd tho hope of the Auiciicnn epublic. Its odltorlnls are t road, national, elrquent, convincing, and dlgnlfiod, nnd na couiprchcmivo in the subjects treated aa are tho questions of human Interest. THE CHICAGO WEEKLY TIMES represents nil the movements of tho day, nnd upon it Indorsement hinges In n largo degree,, tho future, fcr It is broad in its views, libera! In its judgment, and has tho best possible menns of forming n corroot ono, and knowing Ita duty to man, tho country, progress, and future greatness, Is llftod abovo bigotry and narrow niindod-net- s, dares perform It. To It all subscribers should turn for enlightenment, encouragement, rympathy, assistance, and the nerve to carry out thoir undertakings. In Its ranks are to bo found tho brightest minds In every lins. Wcok by week it tnlks to every snbicriber of what Is going on, brushes away the dust from tho past and starlights tho coming. It forecasts the future and fotowarns against disaster. It is a matchless scrap book of knowledge for tho farmer, mechinlc, lawyer, doctor, nnd all good citizens. Without the requirements of wnding through pages of irrelevant matter THE CHICAGO WEEKLY TIM Kb glits to Its renders the sifted grains of thought, history, scienco, and all ataglanro; makes e cry reader a cosmopolite, and brings the entire wenlth of the world to his very door. It gives more for tbo money than aiiy other weekly paper In America. It is bright, and valuablo good for tho whole family. Its world's fair news Is the most complete and tollable It Is a bureau of information for its subscribers, answering nnytbin'g desired. Its agricultural department contains tbo best from all sources. It asks every Intelligent man and woman to becomo a subscriber, becauso it stands up for tho oppressed, and tho weak against tho strong being unnw cd tho rights of the by Influenco and unbilled by gain, and besides giving tbo best of oterything from n literary standpoint, Is pledged to roligon, liberty, and law. Sample copies sent on application. Address entor-talnlng, down-trodde- TIMES OFFICE, CMIIC.YCSO, ILL. Life indeed consists in n sorics of changes of tissuo, nnd tho human economy is simply, ns far as its mnterial part is concerned, a machine, nnd primarily depends" on food ns tho most important factor in kcoping it in working order. OP When it is said that wo commenco to dio ns soon as wo aro bom, it of course moans that certain parts of tho body immediately begin to jKsrish; thoir exist enco is ephemeral; they como and go, nro replenished and decay. Thoy nr Capital Stook $25,000. tho dying parts of that system of lifo, which may lust a littlo whilo.but which must eventually ylold to tho inoxorablo B. P. BKAHD, I'reildont. law of nature. Tho nails, tho hair, etc., are obscrvablo as an instanco of this WILL MILLER, Tho saino rulo applies to every organ and tissuo of tho body, M. II. BEARD, Caibler. other though it is not palpablo to tho naked eye. Tho skin is nlways peeling. The ft. W. BEARD 1 - Dire tor food that is taken in tho ono hour MORRIS ESKRIDOE J nourishes tho system, and ejects that R. M. JOLLY. which was taken tho hour before INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Gentleman's Magazine a you nominally GREGORY & CO., Dr J. M. Clayton, Ueudqimrters for higher price than it PhysicianSurgeon. Reapers and Mowers, can be sold at. oier Payne A Co'i Hardware Store. . Ojjice CLOVERPORT. KY. Louisville, St Louis & Texas R R Grain Drills, Co. Fertilizer, Cement, Mtcb BANK 3STO. HAEDINSBUIIG SCHEDULE TIME TulilllK Infect At 5:00 o'clck A. H. Wednezday JuW 29. '91 Weil Bound 63 61 18. Ran PlaBter, Salt, Limo, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Hnndles, Pitie Flooringol-wavakoptohand. Orders accompanied by cash prompt ly " u Traim STATIONS Eait Hound Tratnt Mall A Itxpr'a Kxpr'. 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Loulsvills 8i05 a.tn...8:2i p.m.. ,1:2 p.m. Arr St. Louis 720 pin ...0:45 a in Tine-Car- jms-tor'- A SCHOONER For further Information, call on or address, for 5 Evansvlllo lilO lOsOOp.m. R. MATTINGLTS, KY. "-- Now Q.n'l l'ais. Ag't, Evansvlllo, Ind. J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. Loulsvllla, Ky CltyTloVnt Offlce.S. W. Cor. Third & MtdnSt . Louisville, Ky, R. A. CAMPBELL, . Iffa1 -, 4'jf ?; 83! '4& "x" 4 THEX BREGKENRIDGK NRWS, GLOVRRPORT, I havo u couple of thousand tnoro Inch. You must tako n littlo rldo, major, up to Old Put', nt Peokskill, and seo that thoy start." "Tho soldier olxyu But ho Blghs that ho may miss a battlo or nn adventure.'' "Ad vontcrcB sprout under tho heels of knights errant liko you, Peter. Peoks-kilL K.Y. LEADERS IS OKNT'S g &VR ,&Z Cop"iot. i6pfl,or onitco swes oooh AND PUSliSHCO Or SPECIAL "Mr. Brothortoftl" company twanged sharp ARRAMAFurtrwirururM. -- t ' Dear, faithful old colorst Thoy never appeared more bravo and trusty than iu Major Skerrett's coat a coat of seventeen hundred and sovonty-sovo" Whito at tho seams of tho blue, soiled at tho edges of the buff," said tho major, inspecting himself in a triangular bit of looking glass. "I must havo a now ono, if 1 can find a tailor who will tako nn order on the Ooddess of Liberty in pay. Good morning, Mrs. Hirdsell." This salutation ho gave as ho passed ? out of tho little house in Fishkill, where ho had been quartered last night. "Good moriiiu, sir," returned Mrs. Hirdsell, rustling out of her kitchen, with a rolling pin iu hand, nnd leaving her pio crust flat on its back, all dotted TBCE! with dabs of butter, as an ermino capo is with littlo black tails. Sho looked aftor him as ho stopped into tho villago street. Her first emotion was feminine admuation hor second, feininino curiosity. "What a beautiful young man!" sho said to her lespectablo solf. "Sech legs' Sech hair jest tho color of ripo chestnut burrs only 1 don't liko that stieak of it on his upper lip. I've olltiz understood from deacons that tho baird of a man cum iu with Adam's fall nnd wnz to ho shaved on. Know I'd givo nhal piiwto know what Olnoral Washington's scut him on lime for. It's tho greatest kind of a pity ho didn't como n fow days before. Tint old granny, Clinernl Putnam, wouldn't hov lot Sirr Henory Clinton grab them forts down to tho Highlands if ho'd hid sech a young mnn as this to look arter him and spry him up." Before ho continued his walk Major Skerrett paused a moment for n long hearty draft of now October now American, a finer tipplo than old EngWo havo just bought from n lnrgo wholesale Jowolry house, a lot of lish October. Finer and cheaper! In fact, it was on freo tap. No cask to fino tripplo plaited jewelry, to bo distributed without regard to cost to bore. No spigot to turn. No powtcr our subscribers, who pay up to date and ono year in advanco, and to pot to fill. Major Skerrett had but to cruited. ovcry now subscriber who subscribes for ono year. open his mouth nnd breathe Ho in"ThiB girl," thought IMwln Hrothertoft, "cannot bo so blind as not to know haled, and ho had Bwallowed scionco Vom havo numbered overy articlo in tho list, amounting to several knows how many quarts of that mellow why hor mother nnd I nro soparated. hundred pieces and thoy will bo sent out to thoso entitled to them in And yet sho chooses hor and discards golden nectar, tho air of an American tho order in which tho subscriptions aro received. mo. 1 know that tho woman onco my October mornlug. While ho is indulging in this harmless could never bo my wife again. I wifo Tho jowolry is mado from tho best rolled gold plato nnd is warknow that our lips could nover meet, debauch, let Mrs. Hlrdsell'u question, ranted for fivo years. Any articlo that docs not givo rcasonablo satis"What did General Washington send our hands novor touch. Hut 1 hoped faction, can bo returned and wo will ropair or forward a now duplicate yos, I was wonk enough to hope that, him on for?" bo answered. COUGH-CUR- E "Peter," said Washington familiarly when sin and sorrow had taught us their articlo in its placo. "1 lessons, nnd tho day for repentance mid to Major Skorrott, his Collar Buttons, Scarf Pins, Ladies,' Misses' and Babies' Pins, pardon camo, wo might approach each havo written iieri'inpturlly several limes to General Putnam to send mo re-eOther in tho porson of our daughter, Gents' Chains, Ladies' Charms and Lockets, Finger Rings, Ear-ring- s, by both ullko. 1 was fathor and forccments. Thoy do not como." Chains, Silvor Thimbles, Bracolots, Beads, Cuff Buttons, Pins, Studs, Tho chief wns evidently somowhat in my wifo mother in tho honorablo days Etc., amounting to ovor 8200 for tho jowolry alono, besides other gono by. Our child might teach tho tho dumps thero at his camp, iiwir mill, on the Porkloi.iy creek, father and tho mothor a dilTeront lovo, Tho amount is only limited by tho numbor articles of Morchcndiso. not of tho flesh, but of tho spirit. This twenty inlU's from Philadelphia, at the of subscribers received. September, seventeen hundred was my liopo. 1 let it go. Why should end of "What wo want is to increase our subscription list. Wo want to put I longor keep up this fooblo Btrugglo and soventy-boven- . "1 suppose," tho mnjor suggested, with theso baso jwoplo, who havo ruined tho News into ovory homo in Brcckonridgo and Meado counties, and my life? I havo no daughter. J nover "that Putnam cannot get out of his wo aro willing to givo up Bomo of our hard earned dollars to do it. had a wifo. 1 forgot tho past. God head his idlo schoino for tho .recapture forgivo mo if 1 abandon a duty! Clod of Now York that 'suicidal parade,' as Tho first porson Bonding us a dollar will got tho first articlo numgivo mo opportunity, if ho wills that I Aleck Hamilton calls it." bered in tho list bolow, tho noxt tho sccondjuticlo, and so on through "I must havo tho men. Our misorablo ovor resumo It again P tho ontiro list. As ho walked up Wall etroot, moodily business of tho Hrandywino must ta roflecting after this fashion, ho heard a dono over." If you aro already a subscriber cxamino tho label on your paper "Yofls Sir William Howo is bored volco call him. and seo how you Btand. If you aro bohind, send enough monoy to pay enough in Philadelphia by this tlmo. "Mr. Brothortoftl" WANTED. Evoryliody alwayB is thero. It would bo 100,000 hoop-polo- s and nlso shaved you up to dato and ono yoar in advanco, and this will ontitlo you to ono Tills hall camo from tho nofloof a huronly tho courtesy of war to challengo hoops In largo quantities. Best market ried erson who had just turned tho corpremiums. Tho promiums rango in prico from 25 cents to $20. ner of fimith now William street, and him out nnd then beat him nwny to Jol- prices paid. For further information of our call on or addrcen, was making for tho wjfo'd homo, when lier ciuurters." Chad. May, Clovorport, Ky. "I do not liko to challengo him unless ho anw tho husband, . , a o Ah, thfs mlsorriblo womnnl Slio learned to fenr hor dnughtrr to dread tho Inevitable city when tlmt pure tinttiro would recoil from hers. Sho watched tho ccntlo foco covertly. When would that look of almost loverfiko admiration depart? When would dlfgust Iw visible? When would tho mild lmzcl eyes percofvo tlmt tho bold black eyes could not meet them? When would tho fuir cheeks burn with an agonizing blush of shame? "When will tho girl dnro to pity mo, as that poor wretch, her father, docs?" sho thought Thb gcntlo, yielding, timid crcatnro becamo her mother's angel of vengeance Mrs. Drothcrtoft novcr met her nftor an hour of separation without a wild emotion of terror. "Has sho discovered? Docs sho know what I am? Did somo tattler whisper it to hor in tho street? Tho winds nro always uttering a namo to mo. Has sho heard it, too? Did sho dream last night? Has her dream told her what her mother in? If sho kisses mo, I am safe." Yes. Sweet Lucy always had tho samo cagor caress ready. 8ho so overflowed with lovo to thoso sho trusted, that sho was content with her own emotion and did not mcasuro tho tempcra-turof tho answoring carets. Ah, this misorablo mothcrl As false o to maternal as to marital lovo. It her task to poison tho daughter against her fathor. If theso two should over understand each other, if thcro should ovor bo ono littlo whisper of confidence between thorn, if sho should over linvo to face tho thought of their contemptwhat then? Agony would not let her think, "What then?" Sho must prevent tho understanding, make tho confidence impossible; it must bo her business to educate and aim tho contempt. How pcrsovoringly, craftily, nbly sho accomplished this! How slowly sho into hor child's mind the cumulative poison of dfstnist. Often tho innocent lips shrank from tho bitter potion. Ono day sho might reject it. lint tho noxt thcro was tho skillful jioisoner her mother. "You cannot doubt mo, Lucy," tho woman would say, looking aside as alio commended hor chalice. "If it distresses you to hear such things of your father, how much bitterer must it bo for mo to say them." Theso pages again refuso to tolorato tho details of this second crimo. Lot that too pass behind tho curtain. Closed doors then, for tho mother is at last saying tlmt.hcr husband has grown baser and baser so utterly Inst to nil sense of honor that sho must exclude liitn from her houso, and that hor daughter must herself tell him that sho will nover see him again. Closed doors, while tho innocent girl lliugs herself into tho guilty woman's arms and weeping promises to obey. Closed doors, and only (Jod to see and listen while Lucy, alone in her chamber, prays forgiveness for her father nnd pity for his dcsolato and heart weary child. Closed doors upon tho picturo of this fair girl, worn out with agony and sleep. And walking through her dreams that grisly specter Sin, who haunts nnd harms tho nights and days of those who repel hardly less cruelly than ho liaunU and harms them who embrace him. It was a tearful April morning of seventeen hundred and seventy-livwhen this final in'crriow took place. "Let mo understand this," said IM win Hrothertoft, with tho raininess of a practiced sufferer. "My daughter has made up her mind never to see mo again?" "Sho has," said Mrs. Hrothortoft. With what (pilot, cruel exultation sho fipoko theso words! Exultation mixed with terror for tho thought, "I havo schooled tho girl. Hut sho may still ratal. Sho may spring to him, nnd throw herself into his arms, and then tho two will turn Uou mo nnd point with their lingers and triumph." "I cannot tako my answer from jou, madam," ho said. "I havo no other answer to givo,"said Lucy. "None?" ho asked again. "None," sho replied. Her coldness was tho result of utter bewilderment and exhaustion. It seemed to him irremediable hardness and coarseness of heart. "Sho is her bad mother's baso daughter," ho thought. "I will think of her no more." Ilemem-ta- r Docs this seem unnatural? how easily a lesser faith is slain when tho first groat faith has perished. Tho person trusted with tho whole heart proves a lie; then for a tlmo all jtcrsons boom liars; then for a time tho deceived, if they aro selfish, go cynical; if they nro generous, thoy givo their faith to great causes, to great ideas and to multitudes. Household trench-cr- y keeps tho great army of reform reo after tho retreating figure. Thero was an odd mixture of alarm and triumph in theso nasal notes. "Call mo by somo other name," said tho ono addressed, turning. "What you plcaso, but nover that again." "Waal!" nays tho other, speaking through a noso high Hoston, "you mightn't liko my tasto in baptism, so I'll call yon cap'n; Hint's safe. Cap'n," ho continued in a thrilling whispor, through that hautboy ho" played on, "Cap'n, wo'vo shed nnd drawed tho fust blood fur indopendenco. Aperol nineteen wuz tho day. Lexington wuz wher wo shed. Conicud wuz whor wo drnwed. Noow, if you'll jest pint and poot fur Hosting, you'll pint and ioot fur n locality wher considdablo phlebotomy is tor bo expected baout theso times, and whor patriots is wanted jest as fast as they can pilo in." Clang out your alarms, bells of Trin-ity- l others may need awakening. Not ho who was named Edwin Hrothertoft, Ho is gono already to fight in tho old, old battlo forever old, forovcr now of freedom against tyranny, of tho now thoughts against tho old facts. "So your husband's on his way to got himself shot or hung. And a good I suppose, Madam B.," said coarse Sir Harry. "Tho beautiful widow will not cry her oyes out," baid my lord with his usual sneer. Mrs. Hrothertoft writhed a littlo under this familiarity. Liko many another, who says, "Deto-rior- a scquar," sho wished to go to tho bad with a stately step and queenly mien. That is not permitted by tho otenial laws. Ah, misorablo woman! sho was taught to feol how much tho gentleman sho had betrayed was abovo tho coarse associates she had chosen. Sho missed him, now that ho was gone irrevocably. IJos-tonc- o, PART TWO, y r OIIAPTKK I. T a n iS 14 'Y , m ya y4 .Jb". f ''Tr i1 t. H! brr-r- rY tint nw. Mttx & i a Shcloohal iiftrr if tn fin he sfejipcrt Into tiic tlll(t(c utrcct. Huff and blue. Tho noblo old boy paused an Instant, Bontimcntal with tho recollection of hnndsomo Mary Phillipso nnd nineteen yenrs ago. "Tho men will como liko drawing teeth," ho resumed. "Old Put is what waa that Latin phraso you used about him to Lnfayetto tho other day?" "Tcnnx propositi," Skerrett replied. "Anglico, obstiunto as a inulo. Ah, Skerrett! wo poor land surveyors, that had to hug levols and compasses through tho woods, know littlo Lntin nnd less Greek. But thoro was moro of your quotation to ox press tho valunblo side of Putnam's character." "Nco vultus instantls tyranni, Mento quntit solida," quoted tho major: and. then translated impromptu, "Nevor n scowl o'or tyrant's jowl his stiff old heart can slnko." Washington laughed. Skerrett laughed louder. Ho was at that ebullient ago whon lifo is lotting olf its overchargo of laughter. Young fellows nt thnt period nro a boro or an exhilaration a bore, to say tho least, if their animal spirits aro brutal spirits no bore, oven if not quito tho ripest company, provided their gleo does not degenorato Into uproar. "1 don't know what I should do, Potcr, in theso dark times without your good spirits," said tho chief. "My boys you and Hamilton nnd Lafayette and Harry Leo keep mo up. 1 get tired to death of tho despondencies nnd prejudices and jealousies of somo of theso old women in breeches who wear swords or cast votes." "Perhaps yon cannot Bpnro mo, thon, to go to Peekskill," tho mnjor said slyly. His country's father smiled. "Bo off, my boy, but don't 8tay too long. Your head will bo worth moro to Old Put thnn a wholo regiment. He's growing old. Ho shows the effects of tough campaigning in his youth. Besides, keeping a tavern was not tho best business for a mnn of ills convivial habits." "Wo youngsters found that out at tho siego of Boston, when yon, general, woro keeping your head cool on baked apples and milk." "Into 'em because I liked 'oni.mytay. My head keeps Itself cool. By tho way, you will bo ftblo to help General Putnam with thnt hot temporal La Hadiero. Tho old gentleman can novcr forget how tho Frenchmen nnd their Indians mangled " him in Canada in "Ho never can let anybody else forget it. 1 would givo odds thnt ho'll offer to tell that story beforo I've been with him fifteen minutes." "Well, goodby. Hurry on tho regulars. Let him call iu tho militia in their places. Toll him ho must hold the Highland. If ho cannot keep Sir Henry Clinton back until Gates takes Jack Burgoyno, jou and 1, Peter, will havo to paint ourselves vermilion nnd join tho Tuscaroras." Aftor such a talk with our chief, who was not tho stilted piig that modern muffs havo mado him, Major Skerrett departed on his mission. Ho loft headquarters a fow days taforo thnt hit nnd miss battlo of Gorinantown. Skerrott was young nnd a hard rider. Ho lamed his horto tho first day. Ho lost tlmo in getting nnothor. It was tho ovoning of October eighth when, as ho approached tho North river to cross to Peekskill, tho country pcoplo warned him back with tho nows thnt on tho sixth Sir Houry Clinton had taken the Highland forts and Putnam had run away to Fishkill. "Black nows!" thought Skerrott. "General Washington will turn Tusca-rornow if over." Skorrott mado a circuit northward, crossed tho Hudson nt Nowburg nnd reported to General Putnam, October nino, sunset, nt tho Vau Wyck farm-houson tho plain, half a milo north of Tho heights tho Fishkill mountains. rose in front, a rampart n thousand feet high. Old Put limped out to meet WashingHo wns n battered ton's veteran, Inmo with n fractured thigh stiff with coining paralysis, nnd now despondent nftor recent blunders. "Dusky times, Skerrott," says ho forlornly. "I supposo tho chief Bent you for men. Ho's u cannibal after human flesh. Hut don't worry mo tonight. Tomorrow wo'ro to havo a council of wnr, and I'll seo what can bo dono. I Biipioso you know what's happenedr" "Yes gonorally." "Well, it's all clear for Clinton to go up nnd join that mountebank, Jack 1 might just as well go homo and bet up tahvern again to Pomfrot for anything 1 can do hero. God save tho King is going to mako Yankco Doodlo Bing small from yostorday on. It was nil tho fault of that cursed fog wo had a fog, thick ns mush, nil day on tho I bcliovo them British bhips sixth. brought it with 'cm iu bags from tho channel. Thoy choked up tho river with their fog, nnd whilo 1 was wnltln for 'em ovor to Peekskill thoy crop across nnd took tho forts. Darn it nil!" Putnam paused to tako nn indignant breath. Skerrott smiled nt tho old hero's manner. Whon ho was excited tho of his youth camo back to him. His li'i also grow moro decided. Nobody kiiows wliothcr tho lisp was natural or artificial, nnd caused by a jawbreaker with tho butt of a musket ho got from t. an uncivil Gnul nt Fort Ti in His Ynukccisms, his lisp, his drollery, his muddy Bchemes mado tho jolly old boy tho chief comio character of our early Revolutionary ilaysj (To bo Continued. lo fifty-eight.Bur-goyne. Ynn-keoisfifty-eigh- Bjwt of ono of my young romnncos." is not ninny miles away from tho .Shirts, Collars,. 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I'en inumlilp mill Arithmetic. The Oruhain S)tcm, Cull;raih uiul lleinlii:tmTyrM!. writcri. 'I lie only Cnllcee In the State of Kentucky Imlnrtcil liy (Jfialul lie. iiottcri. lUtutillkhcd In iH;i,iuul during llicfim J cur m '- -If Prompt to Act sure to cure. Hefertnce Cliirlc A. Graham qiul OffiUal Stenographers for the city. Writ ' to I n em lor miorniauoii. ror caijivifiie Clurcnco K. Walker, the leadlnir becmne competent tn hold one. Ono Hundred Sixteen Pupils were enrolled. Till tpcaki for itnlf. Wc Kit ymui .lUMtlnn n. nmn n )OU adtlrci, CLARENCE M. GORDON, Cor. fourth & Market SU, I.OUISVII.UJ, KY.. Ti r- 1- pzf yr Henry Winter. Wm 7 i. Winter. Johu M. Borntracger. IIPII J ,,. U JlWWl wy T1" MR Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, LOCAL BREVITIES. Docs your 1802. BRBGKRNRIDGR NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. DON'T YOU KNOW That Jesso Miller Is really in love ? That Babbago's Is tho placo to buy your shirts? That Will Farber is a dead game shirt fit ? Sulzcr'B does. - Mr, James Smith wont to Hardlnsburg Saturday. Dick Carter in improving his residence just nbovo town. Mr. Will Pato and wife went to Mo Quady Saturday. Mr. II. T. Carr, of Alton, Ind., wna in tho city yesterday. Mr. J. D. Rroshcar, of near Addison, went to Loulsyillo Friday. Miss Rose- Miller, of Springdalc, Ark., In visiting relatives in the county. Tho cry for more houses for pco-pl- o to live in, is being made again. It is rumored that ono of the tinners at the shops will soon take unto himself a wife. Mrs. Holloway went to Now Albany, Ind., Saturday to visit her old homo and rfrends. Fred Utling and family haw gone to Chicago, which city thoy will make their future homo. All the shops and railroad men had a holiday Thanksgiving. No freights were run that day. Mr. W. II. Bowmer is setting tho curb Btono for a now brick Bide walk along his lot on Second street. If you want a shirt and want it quick and ono that will fit you, go right to Babbago'a and get it. Coach No. 30 has been repainted and varnished in tho shops, and is now ready to go out on tho road again. Mr. 0. T. Skillman went to Louisvillo Thursday and ate a Thanksgiving dinner at tho elegant Louisville Hotel. Mrs. David Fairlcigh, of Louisville, spent several days last week ns tho guest of her sister, Mrs. J. D. Babbago. Mrs. Arch. Wilson, of Bardstown, and Mrs. Wilson, of Florida, aro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Stephens at Holt. Dr. Henry Board, tho Hardinsburg dentist, was in tho city several days last week. He was doing soino work over in Tobinsport. Tho proprietors of tho Cloverport Steam Laundry have placed a now shirt starchcr in their works and have bought a nice, now delivery wagon. Miss Etta English, who has been attending tho femalo college at Hopkins-vlllo- , visited her parents above Stephens-por- t and spent tho Thanksgiving holidays. Burl Beard, the clover proprietor of tho Hardinsburg Hotel, was in the city Thursday and Friday. Ho has eight--team- s at work hauling hipkory- - timber out at Something very" nice in corsets nt Sulr.er's. Tho Acme Brick Works aro erecting five new dry kilns. Laco curtains a specialty at tho Cloverport Steam Laundry. Wo talk shirts, why? Because that is our business. Babbagc. For good laundry work go to tho Cloverport Steam Laundry. Jesso Owen camo down from Louisvillo and spent Thanksgiving at home. Engineer "Fatty" Reid was laying up several days last week slightly sick. George Dcano has accepted a position as brakeman on tho passenger train. Mr. Will P. Scott, a former newspapor man of Central City, was in tho city Monday. You get all your clothes back when you send them to tho Cloverport Steam Laundry. Short it Hayncs are building a now houso on thecorncrof Oak and Railroad streets. Collars, cuds and shirts look better when thoy aro laundried at tho Cloverport Laundry. I). II. Iboiiio, of Mow aqua, III., re news his subscription and says the Nkwh is a welcome visitor. Row Mr. Morrison's subject for next Sunday morning's discourso will be'Tho ideals that influence us." Wick Do Haven, formor engineer at the Cloverport Brick Works, has accepted a position as fireman on tho Texas. Wo ncknowledgo with thanks, tho receipt of a copy of tho San Francisco Examiner from Mrs. Eunice T. Horl. Mrs. Isabella Johnstono has brought suit for divorco against her husband, John Johnstone, for abuse and abantwo-story ' sport? That most everything goes on Easy street? That Fred Fraizo loves to ride in a "suoy?" That Bill Bcavln's bad cold lasts quite awhile ? KEEP WARM! LOOK AT THIS LIST OF HEALTH-PRESERVERS. ' donment. Miss Melissa Cunningham, of Derby, and Cloverport last week. Sho returned homo Saturday on tho steamer I. T. Ithea. Poto Fisher has resigned his place as superintendent of tho Pattou Brick Works, and Preston Piko takes his place. Andy Garrett takes Pike's placo as engineer. Hal Murray, who has been gono several months with Wick Moorman's horses, "doing" tho races all over tho country, returned homo last Saturday night. Tno Hayncs Bros., have built an addition to their saloon on Easy street, and liavo otherwise improved the looks of their placo by tho liberal uso of paint, paper, etc. Tho Earnest Worker's Society" of the Presbyterian churcji'wnf givo an oyster 8tuinerjit4li3'hurch Friday evening, December Oth. Proceeds to go to the building fund. Floyd Davenport, colored, tho d terror of Easy street, who escaped from tho officers a few weeks ago when he was arrested for somo of his disorderly conduct, camo out of his hiding place yesterday morning and ho is now pounding rock for tlio good of tho city. Mr. Gordon Moorcman, tho tiounlar depot agent at this placo, tendered to the It. R. Co.,a fow weeks ago his resignation which has been accepted, and ho will tako his exodus Friday. He will leave for his homo in Lcitchficld. Dr. J. T. Owen whilo riding along tho piko last Wednesday evening camo near meeting with a sorious accident. From somo unaccountablo cause his horso fell to the ground and tho Doctor was thrown over tho horso's head. Ho struck on tho hard piko and at first thought ho was seriously hurt.IIosoon recovered his breath, howovor, and aside from a few bruises and a broken finger on his left hand, is not Injured. . Mr. Henry C. Boyd, of Hawesvllle, is confined to Ids bed at tho homo of his father, Mr. Alex Boyd, in this city, with a dislocated shoulder. I Io came up from Hawcsvillo Saturday night to spend Sunday with his parents, and instead of going to tho depot ho jumped ofT the train at Oak street, which is much nearer his fathcrs's houso. This has boon his regular custom, but this time the train was running faster than usual and ho was thrown forceably to tho ground and his shoulder dislocated by tho fall. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Labatt, of Montreal, Canada, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Paddon, of Chicago, woro in tho city last Friday, tho guests of Mr. Georgo 0. Patton. Messrs. Labatt and Paddon aro Interested in tho Patton Brick Works, both of them being directors in tho company. It was tho first timo they had ever been in Cloverport and when thoy viewed their largo manufacturing establishment, thoy expressed themselves as being well pleased with their Investment, and profusely complimented tho General Superintendent, Mr. Patton. was visiting in Tobinsport ono-oye- Victoria.. 'rh'6Earncst Worker's Society of tho Presbyterian church will give an oyster supper at tho church Friday evening, December Oth. Proceeds to go to tho building fund. 31 r. James Jv. Mattingly, who was stricken with paralysis last spring, is just now recovering tho use. of Ids good right arm and tho "old man," as ho calls himself, is greatly pleased. Tho Ladies' Missionary Society, of tho Baptist church, gavo an elegant Thanksgiving dinner and supper in tho Now York Storo building, and mado a very satisfactory success of it, financially. "Ah 1 do squirrel am in do co'n, and do shucks am mighty thick. You'd better get yo' obercoat, an' do it mighty quick." Yes, old Iko is right there's going to bo ho mo weather very soon. Sulzcr.' can fit you out for any emergency. Tho occupants of tho News office aro obliged to Mr. Waldo Simons, of Tobinsport, for a nice basket of cake, fruits and candies and a lovely boquet of flowers from tho supper given in honor of tho nuptials of his adopted (laughter, Miss Mattio Allen and Mr. Thos. J. Lyons, Thursday evening, Nov. 24th. camo down Thursday night Tho pay-ca- r and gladdened the hearts of tho railroad boys Friday morning by distributing tho "daddies" among them in plentiful quantities. Charlie Bush and his "bags of boodlo" aro always welcome visitors to Cloverport, for many of her citizens, for thirty days, sing tho song, "Ain't got no monoy, but I will have some, "Undo Elisha Fisher, an old colored man, employed at Millor's livery stablo, met with a peculiar and serious accident last Wednesday evening. Whilo walking across tho street in front of tho stable, ho stepped on a cob, which rolled under Ids foot, and ho fell, breaking his loft thigh bono about three inches abovo tho kneo. Mrs. A. J. Gross, of Holt, arrived in tho city yesterday and is stopping with her husband, Adjt. Gen. Gross, at tho A Pretty Wodding;. Willard. Gen. Gross had been in ill Mr. Thomas Lyons and Miss Mattio health for somo time, and camo hero somo timo ago to bo placed under treat- Allen wero married at tho residenco of foster-fatheMr. Waldo ment. Mrs. Gross will remain with him tho bride's Simons, in Tobinsport lost Thursday until ho is discharged by tho doctor. evening, tho 21th, Row W. S. Morrison Courier-Journa- l. officiating. Tho contracting parties aro Squire J. J. Severs, of Union Star, who prominent young people of Tobinsport had been in attendance at tho Court of and tho wedding wnsa most brilliant Claims, camo down from Hardinsburg elegant supper was spread in last Friday evening and spent several afiuir. An honor of tho occasion, and tho guests Jjbura in tho city shaking hands with his old friends and forming new acquaint- consisting mostly of relatives and near ances, while ho waited for a train homo. neighbors partook heartily. An Infare dinner was given next day at the resid Jim Severs is ono of tho most magistrates in Breckenridgo county, denco of tho groom's father, Mr. John enjoyed by all and a credit to tho district that sends Lyons, which was greatly present. The happy pair will mako Tohim to tho County Court, besides ho is tho clevcretit man socially in tho world. binsport their future homo. Tho News extends congratulations. Misses Miunio and Allicuo Murray frightened at burglars last Saturday . night, and in trying to escapo from their bed room, Minnie fell and broko tier Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. collar bono. Tho "burglar" was young Hal Murray, who had just returned homo from an oxtonsivo trip with tho When Baby wa tck, w her Cutorla. O. W. Moorman stablo of race horses, and was having his trunk rolled In on When sho u a Child, the cried for CaaiorU, the porch. Tho noiso together with tho Wbsa iha became Mln, the clunjr to CaatorU, lantern, which they supposed was a dark When the had. Children, ibe gre tbsm CUtorU. o lantern, caused tho fright of the girls. pay-day." r, level-headebo-ca- et half-awak- That Scotty Smart wears kid gloves everyday ? That Reub Miller has returned from Salt River. That "Llttlo" Jim. Miller is a truo-b- l uo Democrat. That Cloverport needs an Opera Houso and needs it bad ? That tho gas Is not as strong as it is wool-line- d And ninny othor Btyles in various colors silk-lineexpected to bo ? eergo linod. Wo. don't want to humbug tho peoplo with That Cas Whitehead more than broko prico lists. Como nnd sco tho goods and you will find prices oven on tho election ? all right. That Jack Warfield Is gradually sleeping himself to death? That Pat Cain is Bald to be tho fastest runner on tho Texas 7 That Ed. Kissam Is struck on a girl down in "Cowheel ?" That Charley Lisbon occasionally makes a 'possum trade ? That Mayor Lightfoot is not yet dono marching nnd ratifying ? That Waller Hayncs goes to church most every Sunday night? Mr. Amos Board nnd Miss Mattio Tliat Bob McGlothlan, of Irvlngton, is Adkisson, of Hardinsburg, wero in town to bo married soon (fact) ? Sunday, guests of Miss Emma Mosely. That "Fatty" Bold boa tho most be- HER SONS AND DAUGHTERS Mrs. L T. Roberts, of Robort's Bottom nign fttco In tho city ? (8x0) AWAY FROM HOME and Miss Mnttio Milner, of Union Star That Prof. Gus Brown Is a hummer took tho train hero for Louisville Monwhen you give him a clianco. Reflect Credit Upon Their Nativo day. on Bill Ramsoy's That that Mr. Frank Lacy, of southern Ky. and State hand is just what ho deserves ? Miss Kttn English, of Hopkinsvilie FeThat tho News gives a premium to male College were guests of Mrs. Harvey A good mnny Kcntuckians, transplantevery paid in advance subscriber ? ed to different parts of tho Union, wore English several days last week. That tho gravel on tho Cloverport elected to olllco last week including Krum another correspondent. streets is a llttlo soft when it rains ? tho now Democratic Govornors of Indi.Miss That Dr. Sam. Watkins had rather ana and Missouri and tho Democratic piano. Lirzio Stiles has a beautiful new wear a red necktio than any other kind ? Vice President elect, to say nothing of Christmas is Coming! Boys, save your That in Easy street is not tho only Tom Johnson, of Ohio; Cable, of Illimonoy. Misplaco in town whoro tho ivories rattle ? nois; Clark, Hatch and Bland, of Tho Democratic rally here was quite n That a suro 'nough burglar in Clover, souri; Black of Georgia; Breckenridge, of Arkansas, and other successful candi- success. port would frclghten some of the girls to Mrs. Dr. Nnpper is very sick with dates for Congress who own Kentucky death ? as their nativo soil. But tho Kentucky something like tho grip. in town aro freThat the best peoplo no monopoly of honoring tho Mr. It. A. Shelmnn was in Louisvillo quent visitors at tho "Snake and Lizard men havo State ibrod. The habit is indulged in last week on n business trip. Factory? also by tho Kentucky women who havo Mrs. Rena Flood leaves Thursday for That tho News subscription has reach- strayed away from tho homo pastures to ed tho two thousand notch and is still a other States. The Hartford Herald says: Hardinsburg to visit her parents. climbing ? Mrs. Benvin Tucker, who has been "No election news from other states That tho Cloverport Mechanic's Band brought more pleasuro with it to tho very low with Typhoid fever, is Improvhad better practice more than two nights hearts of Hartford peoplo than a tolo-gra- ing. in tho week? received hero Friday from Miss There wero services at tho M.E.ehurch Josio Duko, announcing her election by Thursday night, Rev. S. P. Stiles ofllcia-tinThat a man can "go on a skate" on Easy street without putting on rollers in a handsome majority to tho position of Superintendent of Bchools for tho largo tho Incubator? Miss Bettio Allen, who has been visity in That the girls love to go to tho Meth- and rich county of Park ing her sister near this place, has returnis ono of tho odist church just because Ralph Nutting Montana. Tho county ed home. wealthiest among tho prosperous counplays tho cornet in tho choir? Wo aro going to havo a wedding in alnorth-wes- t, and, ties of tho great That tho man who stays out lato o Republican on a party vote our town soon not a hundred miles from though it is night knows mora about Cloverport than tho Miss Duko was elected by a good major? tho man who goes to bed early Mrs. Mary Adkisson, of Webster, was nominee." In and ity as tho Democratic That Ernest Babbago has shaved his about Kentucky in thcCourier-.Iourna- l. down to seo her sisters, Misses Georgia miiBtacho ofl" and that Will Bowmer and Kate Hawkins. wouldn't shavo his for anything? Mr. James Crawford was called to That Jonas Wilson says if tho DemoLouisvillo to tho bedside of his wifo who crats carry out their promises mado in is very low with Typhoid fover. their platform, ho will vote with them Was Lost by Fire in Canyvillo Last in '00. Saturday. CONCORDIA. That the man who drinks alcohol all Milo Pollock left last Sunday for a tour tho timo can truthfully say "I haven't Tho llttlo town of Canyvllle, in Gray- of tho Eastern states. touched a drop of whisky for three son county; was almost totally destroyed McCoy, tho now preacher, preached months ? by flro last Saturday evening. Tho loss- hero last Sunday night. That when a man tries to stick a fork es and insuranco are as follows: Eugeno ho will go to tho city tho into tho flowers on a dinner plate, thinkHarncd Bros, it Co., Btorehouso and next timo siyshas ho some stock to ship. Iouls-vllling thoy aro fried oysters, that ho is warcroom, owned by II. Nelson, Dr. Windor, formerly of Paynesvillo, loss on stock u little boosed ?' $2,000; no insurance, has moved to this placo nnd wo nro now That if there is no Court of Claims in $17,000, Insurance $12,000. V. It. Dockcry, drug, loss $.')00; no ready for tho Grip. Heaven to run, there aro a few men in Colonel Piko nnd Will Arnold, our two this world who will havo a lonely timo insuranco. Wm. Lively, barborshop and confccU bachelor friends, tako their usual walk when thoy get thoro. every Sunday afternoon. 100; stock $'.'50; no insurThat tho Sunday Star says that Ray ionery houso ance. Miss Rose Speaks, of this place, has Bultman and Charles Jefferson, two A. L. Blaln & Bond, tobacco factory, gono to Louisvillo whero sho will ongago dashing young men of Louisville, aro $2,000; insuranco, $1,000. In tho dressmaking business. drawing straws for a Cloverport girl? A. L. Blaln, drug storo, $100. Any ono wishing to seo Ed Claycomb Blaln & Bond lost about $3,000 worth will find him at tho Lower hotel. Wo THE KNIGHTS ENTERTAINMENT. of hoop poleB, Insurance $500. don't know whether ho is steward or not Eskridgo & Portor damaged about $100 but wo predict that Mr. Cloverport Joins With Cannolton In Mattingly will Carter & Bond damaged $500. havo to ongago another Stownrt soon. a Night of Foastlng and Fun. Judging from tho number of times STEPHENSPORT. our boys visit Ind., there is something Tho Currio Division Uniform Rank No. very attractive. Iajo Bennett has gono 41, Knights of Pythias, gavo a largo so often tho children all call him papa; and ball in the Opera Houso at Mike Blaln is sick at this writing. Mr. Will Arnold has also made several trips Cannolton last Wednesday night. Tho Mr. Conrad Deppo was in town SunB. Monteith, left Cloverport Ho says hois trying for a clerkship in steamer 0. mem- day. Richardson's storo, it he getsn position it at 6:30 p. m. with about twenty-fiv- e bers of tho Division with tlioir families Mrs. It. W. Vaughn has a music class will bo in a Rounder-'boway. aboard. Arriving nt Cannolton an hour here. later thoy wero met at tho whurf by tho Tho comet Sunday night was "out OHENAULT. Cannclton members of tho Division and of ." tho Cannolton Silver Cornet Band. Tho Wo hail almost a cyclono hero ThursProf. J. II. Pile, of Custer, was in town streets of tho city woro paraded, and day. then all repaired to tho Opera Houso and last week. S. T. Elder has just returned from U. A. Sliolliuan was in Louisvillo last tho ball began. More than fifty couples of beautiful wcok looking after Santa Claus. Loutsvillo. young ladlcB and lino looking gentlemen, It is thought wo would havo a church nil accomplished dancers, took part in tho Huston Stiles night operator nt shops hero soon. amusement, whilo tho handsome llttlo Cloverport, was In town Sunday. theater was crowded with tho olito of Mr. Elder Is having an addition built Cannolton society, as spectators. Mrs. John Bennett, of Louisvillo is tho to his house. At 11 o'clock p. m. supper was anguest of herson, Mr. A. T. Bennett. nounced, and all repaired to a largo and Mr. Willard Allon intends to start to A. X. Ktncholoe, of Hardinsburg, school Monday. tho nicely arranged dining-room- , under stage, whero an elegant repast was pre- spent Thursday at tho Bennett hotel. Mr.,Fleit's boat sunk loaded with lumpared and in readiness. "Call for what Another wedding in our midst soon. ber. With no loss. you want," and it was served inslunter. Tho eating was continued for several (How far from tho post ol!!co7 Kditor.) Wo havo had somo real winter weathhours, and all tho whilo tho ball was in Prof. V. J, Jarboo and assistant, Miss er for tho past fow days. progress overhead. At 4 o'clock n. in. tho Cloverport crowd Irone Board spent Thanksgiving at their Mary Allon has n pet partridge, which arrived at homo, tired and worn, but feel- homes. she has had for almost a year. ing that thoy had passed a pleasant night Mrs. Ludwell Adkisson, of Webster, at;tho Knights' entertainment, and perMr. Nowsoui Gardnor was tho guest fectly willing to accept another in vi'ation. spent last week hero with her father and of Miss Gertlo Elder last Sunday. sisters. G. B. Cunningham is through barrelA Deserued Promotion. Messrs A. P. Miller and E, T, Miner ing his potatoes, ho had fifty barrels. Mr. Henry B. Head, who lias for tho aro building a Bchoolhouso in Robert's Wo aro glad to havo Miss Susla Elder past three years been associated with Bottom. tho United States Life InHuroncu ComMr. Jas. Crawford was called to Louis- of Wolf Crcok, attend our school. pany oh agont has been appointed spec- ville last week on account of the illness As tho river Is rising, I guess tho largo ial aent for Western Kentucky, for the packets will bo out in n fow days. samo company, with headquarters nt of bis wife. Abo Allon likes Crabb Cidor quite well LouUvillo, appointment to tako effect Mrs. Lou Blank, daughter Pearl and 8lnco December 1st. tho election for a stimulant, Mr. Head's sorviccs havo been highly Mrs. Llrzlo Paulman went to HardinsMr. Dnlloy'H bont is laying at Little appreciated by Mr. Gwatbmey, tho man- burg last wcok. . DIxlo waiting to rccelvo his hoop-poleager for Kentucky and Tennessee and it Mrs. Smith and daughter, Miss Adelh "" M isfTGortlu o would bo no surprise to learn of him Elder and Mrs. Sallie having merited a higher position by tho of Hardinsburg, are the guests of their went to Union Star last Wedncr-dabeginning of tho new year. Ho is a son and brother, It. A. Smith. splendid business man, ovcry inch a Itev. S. P. Stiles held Thanksgiving Miss Kato. Allen boa boon attondlng gentleman, and it Is with pleasuro that scrvico at tho M.E. church Thursday and school at Louisvillo but returned homo prothe News notea his motion, filled Ida regular appolntmont Sunday, sick. d, ed English Melton Overcoats, English Kersey Overcoats, Ohinohilla Overcoats, Plain Esquimaux Beaver Overcoats, Diagonal Worsted Overcoats, Talmasand Oape Overcoats Irish Frioze Storm Ulsters, Pilot Oloth Ulsters, Chinchilla Storm Ulsters, Come Yc Who Ye Who Ye Who Ye Who Ye Who Needy Need Need Need Need Need Underwear, Hosiery, Scarfs. Gloves, Handkerchiefs, I Sulzer's Are Ready Julius Winter & Co., 'Old Reliable" Clothiers Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky To Consider your Needs, To Regard your Needs, To Supply your Needs, The The The The Prices are Right, Goods are Right, Qualities are Right. Varieties are Right. m KENTUCKY'S HONOR Wo told you to watch for this spuco this week, nnd Wo have and wo aro going to Bell, this is what you will sco g. 100 Men's and Boys' Nobby single and double-breasted suits from $2.00 to $20.00. post-oilk- c. 99 Men's and Boys' Heavy and $1.75 to $15.00. light-weigOvcr-coatb'from $30,000 267 Pairs Men's Boys' and Children's Boots, Which will have to go this month and next from 75c. to sf.j.oo. Wc are still having the same big run on our e, "Old Honesty" Jeans pants, they lead the cession. pro- - ban-que- B. P. BEARD & COMPANY. You will sec something even better next week. st ut Fry-mtr- y. d Mr. Noah Cunningham returned to his homo In Louisvillo after an extended visit hero. Wo had a fino Democratic daneo at Henry Stnhlmnns nnd all report n pleasant time. Chas. Cunningham is teaching our school nnd nil bis scholars are progressing nicely. Mrs. Lena Cunningham went to Flint Island to day to spond a fow days with her sister. Jas. 11. Allen put up ono of tho largest stacks of Hay In Breckenridgo county, eleven tons. Tnoy nro rejoicing vory much at Derby over their new President and havo had several balls. Miss Lalllo Parr has Just returned from Paynesvillo and is missing school on account of having tho chills. Ab. Robort's now houso Is about completed and ho is going to christen it by giving n big dance about Friday. Eugeno Gilllhuid got Ids head hurt Beverly tho othor day at school by somo ono closing tho door just as ho wont out. Wo wero In hopes that the Scarlet Fever would not reach our vicinity but there is two cases at Georgo Reeds, colored. Mrs. W. 11. Gardner wont to Union Star to day after her aunt Mrs. Crafton Cunningham who has been visiting relatives there for wine timo. ww t n tm w " Sellers' Liver Fills, Act Directly on CUrlEI CHILLS AND I .cLIvcrTij .Dnrtrsu.ji BircllEiDAClil. UlLlorj Cour. Cuv.ttiMu tiok, naiexiTUK, I'iui, I'AtriTATo:i 13 orTDB Hum, Uiizwru, Tonna I.iykh.N Coatcd Tosqitb, Si tcrLniiNrn, and au. . DiiEAiEiorTncI.ivt.nAVD 6 ojivcir. liN you do not ell, "a tlncjo put nit Flliuniatn liio atoraich, rutuicu I tbo appetite, Impart! Ijor I j t'..o rj it.m. I Thi-(It 1 euro all dUei'ci Hfco therfcbtUml. btLlXUS'UVKll lULUJ. j iiff fftp rtprnl dill lit f4ricfitN bed-llmy !. M c. 1 BBLTKUSHKDICrNK CO., Httl Mirth. Vn. U Wanted, Proposals for Building a Presbyterian Church at Clovorport, Ky. Mill will lie rcccKcil up to Krlclay, Dec. o, 1S.1i building anew rrciliyicrlan church I p. in., the city of Cloverport, Ky. Plant ami will be found at Air. hlpplc'ithiie hop. The work will bo let out to tho lowctt rctpon-Idl- e blililer oflcrlnj; the inot advantageou terim. The right U retcrved to reject any ami all bkli. All coimnutilcatlona to be uJilrcm.il to at In fr tcci-ficatlo- m Sec. llulldlntr Committee. Cloverport, Ky. JL? nit.j. K.uanTi'ooT, nrcoiiSAMt ami IV Mi. Ducks Thorough. brcu llrome Turkey ...r t yiur icarut llnrdlntbuiK, Ky Master Wllburn Gregory gavo a party to tho llttlo folks Monday night nt tho residence of his father, Mr. John I). Gregory, on Oak street. Refreshments woro Borved nnd a regular rollicking timo was onjoyod by all. 6 Highest of nil in Leavening Power. TJrim BREXGKEXNRIOQEX NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE AGE OF TIIE EARTH. A OIDTGrSI CTOYIFTTILj UNDERWEAR, HalrShlrta or l)mw .m nuun r.A.. nuiv ijn, if.pl1. isuv, aa.tt. able for men who nre out in the chilly blasts. For Heavy G-- o JS03STO-S-. UNDERWEAR, For rich Tobacco For cood. henvv Cam- UrownCashmcrcShirts cI'h Hair KhirU or orDrawcrfl,boublo-nii- d Drawers.doublethrcad twisted thread, sit ksuflg on Shirts nnd ncrbly mado and guar Diawcrs: tho urcatest anteed not to shrink bargain of all. worth $1.75. For extra heavy Jer For extra heavy Nat sey Itlbbcd h'hfrta or urni wool blurts or Drawers, of double- Drawers, made from yarn, and imported yarn ; would guaranteed for wear bo good vnluo at $2. and warmth : worth 2. For extra fino nunlitv uuiimcra sums or For extra fine Cosh- Drawers mado from mcro Shirts or Drawlamb's wool, and silk ers, in regular sizes trimmed; sold nil over .Hid stouts for fat men tho city for $2 and witli short arms and over. legs; worth $2.60. " 39c Camel's QUEEN MARY'S HOUSE AN HISTORIC FASCINATING STUDY THAT IS ELUCIDATING A GnEAT MYSTERY. ANCIENT In OLD MANSION IN THE TOWN OF JEDBURG. The 6clcnco of Oeolojfy Shown Tlint tlio Ag of tlie World Vnrlpn Itctivcrii nml 080,000,000 Ycara How Tlieio CoinpiitutluiiK Are Made. At tho recent meeting of tlio British association n discourse was delivered by tho president, Sir Archibald Oerkio, on ono of tho most interesting problems in modern science tho ugo of tho world. Over ft century has elapsed slnco James Hutton wrotohls "Theory of tho Earth," which was tho first attempt to formulate a chronology of creation In nccordanco with tho discoveries of science; slnco then knowledge has mado vast strides, and his followers lmvo nccess to n muss of information which ho did not possess. Playfair and Kelvin improved upon his work, and now Gerkio and Uio school to which ho belongs lmvo gono beyond them. Geologists lmvo ascertained that tho rato nt which erosion takes placo can bo measured; by applying their scalo to the sedimentary rocks thoy have formed n hypothesis as to tho time which has elapsed slnco erosion began. To put tho proposition in similar languago, tho sur-fac-o of tho globo is constantly wearing away under tho influenco of water and wind. Tho portions which nro worn off aro carried down to tho sea or into hollows, whero thoy aro deposited and form sedimentary rocks. If wo can ascertain how long it takes to form a sedimentary rock wo can figuro out when tho progress of wearing away and redepositing begnn. Sir Archibald states that on a reason-abl- o computation tho stratified rocks attain an average thickness of 100,000 feet. Tho mnterinl of which they consist was all washed down from high planes, nnd left to stratify. IJy the inspection of river banks it is found that in places tho surface of tho laud which has been carried down ns sediment in rivers has been reduced at tlio rnto of a foot in 730 years, whilo in other places, whero tho land was nmro stubborn or less flexible, It has taken 0,800 years to lower tho surface ono foot. Tho deposit must bo equal to tho denudation. Thus wo find that whilo somo of tho hedimon-tarrocks lmvo grown a foot in 7110 years others have taken 0,800 years to riso that height. Thus tho period of 0 timo that was required to build up feet of sedimentary rock has varied according to locality from 73,000,000 years to CSO.000,000 years. It follows that tho activo work of creation lasted for n cycle intermediate lietwcen theso s two figures. The cycle varied with succession of jKriods of disturbance by volcanic force and glacial action, nnd tlio frequent submersion of dry land, alternating with tho emerging of continents out of tho seas. Theso may lmvo retarded the growth of sedimen tary rocks, but thoy cannot have accelerated it. A study of fossils teaches the steady uniformity with which tho work of creation proceeded. Sinco man liegan to observe thero has been no chango in tho forms of animal and vegetable lifo. A fow species lmvo disappeared not ono now species has lieen evolved. Not only do wo find tlie fauna ami flora of ancient Kgypt as depicted on monuments which nro probably 8,000 or 10,000 years old identical with tlioso which aro ouud ii that country today, but shells which inhabited our seas lieforo tho ico ago and grow in an ocean whoso bed overlay tho Itocky mountains aro precisely tho samo species that aro found in tho Bay of Monteroy and tho waters of tho Chcsa-IieakIt is evident that thero has been no essential change in the conditions o' lifo sinco theso animals nnd theso vegetables wero first created, yet how vast tho shortest period which wo can assign to tho gap that divides us from that y 100,-00ond-los- miHtllng tho Old I'aiililonpd Qiiet-of tlio Scot Held Court nnd fur Hick of a I'cvor Ilcr Tliroo Week Thl epoch! Littlo by littlo tho geologist is lifting tho veil which covers tho prehistoric record of our planet. Tho era which preceded tlio ngo of civilized man, with its vast rivers carrying down diluvial floods to tho ocean, and tho bursting forth of mountain ranges from contractions of tho earth's crust has been painted to tho lifo. Hut no ono has exercised his pencil on that preceding ngo, when tho forests mado way for clomps of stunted birch nnd willow, incessant snowfalls covered tlio plains, glaciers crept down from tho north, and gradually a vast , sheet of ice half a mile thick drove with tho mammoth and tho reindeer, to thoso fortunate regions which, liko California, escaped tho agony of tho lost ico ngo. Nor lmvo wo any distinct perception of that subsequent age when tho Ice molted or receded to the jtolo, or dcnsH tropical junglo grow up in tho morasses it had left, swnmpi steaming with trop leal heat swarmed with uncouth and reptile life, trees of monstrous growth shed their shade over shiny pools and black oozo, and in tho distance long mountain ranges whoso fontanel had not yet closed, poured a novor ceasing Hood of lava down their fides. This is n pago of history which fei yet to bo written, but tho materials nro accumulating, nnd tho historian will not bo long wanting. San Francisco Gill. Sweet breath, sweet stomach, rwect temper, nil result from tho use o(J)o AY Jit's Littlo Early Itieers, tho famous littlo pills. Short A lluyncs, Cloverport; nml Heard A Heeler, ilardiusburg. Sir. Curll? llr.l Heccli. Young and diflldont orators will tako fresh heart when thoy learn, if thoy do not know it already, that so accomplished and eolf posesscd a speaker as Goorgo William Curtis BufTnrod greatly from Btago fright on tho occasion of bis first lecturo, nnd began by saying, "Ladles nnd gentlemen, tho pitouilcss bott," with a solemnity which was changed to confusion when ho perceived hla error. Of courso ho had meant to "malconn allusion to tho bottomless pit. Boston Transcript Scolkblago'e beautiful lino of all tnnn-kind- QYcreulrtti. heard a innn ask a dealer, "Is this a perfectly safe and reliable horso?" "Yes," answered the dealer, "in tho general acceptation of the term he is, but I presume you know thnt no horso can be said to bo' absolutely safo under nil conditions. The best horse that ever lived is liable to get demoralized nnd become uncontrollable. All that we can truthfully claim is thnt somo horses nro wifer than others." Our observation has shown us thnt quite as many accidents happen from tho unbecoming conduct of the "safe" horse as from tho spirited animal whom wo carefully watch. Wo got nn expensive lesson on this point onco. We lind n family horso whose ago was variously estimated nt from seventeen to thirty yenn. He had evidently lost nil ambition to riso in the world, nnd ho wns so very conservative in his notions regarding speed that ho seemed to be in constant fear of exceeding his mile record of i).i)9. Ho seemed to boafraid of notliingexcept the Ho wns drivpossibility of en by the youngest child of the family, and it was fully believed that nothing short of Gabriel's trump nnd tho excitement of tho general resurrection would ever disturb his serene repose. UeingBO very, very safe and reliable it was considered quite unnecessary to hitch him, led to serious and tills results. He was hitched ono day to a H3W cart and left standing beforo tho gate. An intelligent collie who had found that riding wns easier than running, jumped into tho cart, and this proved to bo a startling innovation to tho venerable equine relic, for lie raised his head and gave n snort of surprise Astonished nt this evidence ot nowly awakened feelings ho started oil", and not feeling nny guiding hand on tho reins he soon lost whnt littlo horso sense he possessed nnd dashed away nt n speed that no ono would hnve believed him capable of developing. He enmo to a halt only niter ho had upset nnd demolished tho cart, and we thus learned at a cost of about thirty dollars tho safest horso should not bo left standing unhitched. Wo lmvo come to another conclusion as n result of extended observation, and that is, that every family horso should bo provided with a safety bit. In these days of rush and excitement tlio horse should always bo ns absolutely under control as can be mado possible. A safety bit is not cruel, but it means business when its power is applied, nnd n horse soon learns to respect it. Any horso that Is worth driving has tho power of running away when nn ordinary bit is used, and it should always bo assumed thnt ho may endeavor to uso his power. Kven Feeding Pigs. is not sure to prevent accin A writer in the Now Jersey Agricultuinvites dents whilo ralist devotes a long nrticlo to telling how them. Tho Western I'lowmnn. to feed a pig to mako 300 pounds of pork Mr. Pelby Carter, Nashville, Tenn.: in 300 days, nnd speaks of it as a font that "Ayer's Sarsaparilla cleared my system requires great skill and particular breedo(&rofuu . ing, nnd gives minute directions as if tho Literary Notes. pig had just been introduced into this Tho announcement that Fettor'HFouth-ecountry. Tho following oxtmcts will. Magazine for December, which is tho amuse- Now England farmers who often Holiday Kttmbcr would excel tho past mnko pigs grow to 350 pounds, dressed numbers of this surprisingly populnr pub- weight, in eight months: lication, was received somewhat incredu"Tho rendor must not think or Imnglno lously by the many readers of this maga- thnt we will put a pound of llesh on a zine, oh thoy, and in fact tho whole rend- sucking pig evory dny. Oil, no, wo do ing public, had looked upon nny further not do that. Tho first 100 dayfl wo feed advancement as impossible, yet Messrs. for bono and musclo, and during these Fetter & Shober, the publishers, in their 100 days fat willstoro up oroccmulnto advance notices nnnounco ninny tilings fast enough for the good being ot the pig. ot importance nnd interest to tho patrons It is certainly all wrong to forco a young ot the publication. In appearance the Holiday Number is !!." pig that is to make 300 jwunda of "Tho extremely beautiful, nnd most appropripork in 300 dnya must hnvo a good conate. The cover pages in white and gold, stitution with good feeding and asslmiln-tiv- o with tho evergreen holly bough, typical qualities. of "Pence- on Kurtli, Good Will toward "Givo sweet milk at first with frco acHo Deserves Tho Place. Men." cess at pleasure, Increasing the ration aa Mr. I). II. Severs, tho nblo roprcsonn-tlv- o Tlio frontispiece illustrating tho beau- they grow older several times a day, and from Hreckcnrldgo county, is announced ns an applicant for Internal tiful sad poem, "December." by that in addition to the milk now givo shorts, Itovonuo Collector in tho Owonsboro dis- ilslng young poet, W. II. Field, from nn bran, ground corn nnd oats, middlings, trict, nnd those who know his hustling original drawing by W, Hennevillo qualities will recognize In him a formida- KhodcF, the nrtist whose career slnco bis in fact, anything thoy can utilize return from I'urln has been watched with "A Binnll quantity, of shelled corn and ble aspirant. g world. Mr. Sevorri has made a faithful repre- great interest by tho dry corn meal is good after they clean up For sale by J. D. llabbago. sentative for his peoplo and doubtless ho their other feed. Keep beforo them tho will not loso tho place, if ho loses it at nil Ayer's Cathartic I'llls contain neither salt, ashes and charcoal box. The digesby a full urn to rcciovo good backing. No good member of tlio Legislature calomel nor any other injurious tive organs must bo well toned up nnd has moro friends than ho nnd uonu nro They stimulate tho nppetituand good health maintained. Keep tho pen moro deserving than ho Is. Tho Frank clean and dry, chango their bedding fre regulate the bowels. fort Sunday Truth, Near Approach to Death. Thoro Is ono houso in Jcdburg to which, nbovo nil others, strangers who visit tho ancient town nro Bttro to find thoir way, and that is tho old and antique mansion known as Queen Mary's house. Many will therefore bo pleased to learn that btcps nro about to bo taken for tho bettor preservation of this historic edifice, nnd for tho improvement of its surroundings. On Oct. 8, , Mary left Holyrood to hold assizes nt Jed burg, tho magistrates having been previously instructed to "preparo meat, drink and lodgings for men nnd horses,'' nnd sho arrived noxt day. Tho queen was accompanied by her ministers of stnto, her law olllcers and by many of hor nobles, among whom woro tho Earls of Moray, Huntly, Argyll, Kothcs nnd Caithness, nnd tho Lords Livingstone, Soton, Yester, Borthwick, Arbroath, llumo and Somcrvillo, besides n number of barons nnd bishops. What n stir thero must linvo been in tho old border burg on that occasion, nnd what nnxloty it would cost tho worthy provost nnd magistrates to keep up tho good nnmo of their town in tho prcsenco of so many great personages, nnd oven royalty itsolfl Tho assizes continued for six successive days, and terminated without a Mary presided at a singlo execution. privy council held on tho 10th, nnd nt another held on tho following day. On tho lflth, nftcr tho pressuro of business was over, sho rodo to Hormltngo cnstlo to bco Bothwcll, who had been wounded by "Littlo Jock Elliott," of tho park, n noted freebooter, and nftor conferring with hor wounded lieutenant for two hours in presence of several of her nobles who accompanied her on tho journey Bho roturned to Jcdburg tho snmo ovenlng, having ridden moro than forty-eigmiles. Noxt day Mary was attacked with an intermittent fover, which kept her prostrate for over a fortnight. On tho samo day sho took ill tho sum of six shillings was paid to "ano boy passing from Jedbnrg with nno mass of writings of our sovereign to tho Earl of Bothwcll." Tho room in which Queen Mary lay during her serious illness is, according to tradition, a small two windowed apartment in tho turret, but Miss Strickland, in her "Lives of tho Queens of Scotlnnd,"says in referenco to thisKint that "tho spacious suite of apartments on tlio opposito side of tiio staircase, ono of which" still bears tho nmuo of tho guardroom, is moro likely to lmvo been occupied by royalty as anteroom, privy chamber and bedroom." It Is, howovor, tho small back apartment that is pointed out to visitors as Queen Mary's bedroom, and it was there, if wo nie to credit tradition, where sho lay mi?li unto death, attended by her French physician Charles Nnu. On tho 120th k lie "lay for dead" three hours her limbs cold and rigid, her eyes closed, Iit mouth compressed, her feet and nrtm stifT, eiery ono supposing that tho vital Fp.irk had lied. Master Nan, who w.is "a perfect man of his craft," would not, however, give tho matter up, but resorted lo friction nnd manipulation, which ho continued for somo hours, until tho queon recovered ngnin her sight and bjeech nnd goto grent sweating. When her illness had assumed a mortal tendency sho expressed her willingness to resign her spirit to God. Sho wished to impress on her nobles tho necessity of living in unity, and that thoy should do nil in their powor to protect tho infant prince hor To Du Croix, tho only tio to lifo. French embassador, bho mado a request that ho would ask his royal master L, protect hor dear son, and sho also recommended his protection to Queen Eliza both, ns her nearest kinswoman. On tho 28th Dnrnloy arrived in hut left again tho noxt day, nnd it is not certain that ho was over allowed to sco Mary. When sho was recovering tho wearisome hours wero beguiled by ono John llumo playing to her on tho Into and John Heron playing on tho plpo nml "quhibsil," tho former receiving forty shillings for his sorvicos, tho latter four pounds for his. Ah n thank offering to God for her recovery bIio caused twenty jiounds to bo given to tlio poor of tho burg, nnd tho snmo day sho wrote a letter ordering materials for n now dress, which lotter was to bo sent to Edinburgh "in nil possiblo hnsto." What a curious Old World picture! But tho sccno again changes. On Nov. 0 exactly n month after hor arrival Queen Mary left Jedbnrg, accompanied by her nobles, ninong whom was Both-welnnd with nn escort of n thousand horsemen. Sho arrived on tho 20th nt Craigmlllar cnstlo, with sorrow, Buffering nnd enptivity in tlio near future, and In tho distnuco tho bloody bcnffold of Fothoringay. "Four months nftcr hor departure from our ancient burg," Buys a local chronicler, "her husband, Lord Darnley, was murdered; thrco months moro and sho wns tho wlfoof Both well; yet twelve mouths, and sho wns lodged as n prisoner in tho Cnstlo of Carlisle As timo rolled on nnd tho clouds of misfor-tun- o wero rolling dark nnd thick around her, sho was often heard to exclaim, In tho nnguishof a wounded spirit, 'Would that I had died in Jcdburg I'" Scotsman. ht Jod-burl, and $1.39 gives you choice 50111c very pretty Suits, ages .f to 14. heavy striped Cassimcrc For fino cnuco Camel V tf1 AjQ or S00 HairShirts or Drawers ypX.i'xV s,ort panls Suits, nges 4 to 14. For heavy Cashmere,' ribbed shirts, extra worth $2. well sewed and trim in tan shades, pearl med ; worth ever) Ki1 QA For ,,cautiful Worsted Short Pants buttons on Shirts nnd cent of $1.50. 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MAMMOTH SHOE AND CLOTHING COMPANY Market Street, between Fourth and Fifth, LOUISVILLE, KY. Huntim; Coats and Boots, Working and Dress Suits.' .Waternroof . Coats. Underwear . . .V. ....A. 01 every grauo, Wliito Blurts, nannci blurts 'Neckwear, in fact, everything that Men. d Bond for iHoys and Children wear. catalogue. 1 , illus-jtratc- An Absolutely Safe Horse. It is an old piece of sarcastic observation Hint tho only good Indians nro tho dead ones, and, on the samo lino of logic, wo might say Hint the only absolutely safo horso is the dead one. We onco ..- - Lrr For the Best -- . moke -- : Try The Havana. JLeaf jMaxuFai JuGai p :- - over-exertio- 10 Cent Clear, Havana filler, or the i l o ''i' .'(yyyocygyjayyij-oj- 5 Cent, Florida Filler. The best cigars made. Manufactured by the Oloverport Oigar Oompany, J. M. BELL, Proprietor, e'r.., zktst. over-precauti- under-precautio- m quently. Pure waterand plenty of shade thoy must havo. At tho end of 100 days you will havo pigs weighing 70 to 00 pounds each itllvo. Thero, if sweet milk and shorts and bran and ground onts and corn nnd middlings, and anything clso thoy can eat, with shelled corn nnd moro meul on top of that, is not forcing, ho should havo told how to force a pig, but he did not. And a pig that had access to such rations oa that and did not kill himself or grow to ICO pounds live weight in 100 days is not worth feeding. It is not probablo thnt tho writer over owned a pig Manchester Union. Give Tho Women a Chance. For every littlo post ofllco In Kentucky there are applications by from ouo to ono hundred men who either do not need or do not desorvo tlio placo. For every one of theso snmo ofllccs thoro is hoping and praying nt least ono needy and deserving woman. Givo her n chanco, givo her the crumb ot comfort. In sovonty five cases out ot eyory hundred sho will mako tho better servant ot the people, and in fifty cases out ot every hundred sho rendered bettor service to tho party. Tho malo calico clerk is let tho stalwart stamp lickor fall in with tho procession. Woman baa turned out, to mnko her own living: she is entitled to at least an equal chanco with mau. Louisville Times. go-lu- A. A, Simons, M. D. H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Reliable and prompt, Caih with dale. Cunalgnmonti lollclted. LOUISVILLE. Physician Surgeon KY. ertrj nt Office over Breckenrulge Hank. CLOVEllPOHT, KY., Nor. J9, 1692. poit-oflic- J. W. JARRETT, U.S.CIaim &. Pension Agent Shipper! iboald mark all package) plainly, e wtb ihtpper'i name and aJJreii. DUTTEH. 10 IB Choice, country Medium Common., , 12 .. 11 Creamery 28 15 12 2tt STEPHBNSPORT, KY. Freib Old Ilene per lb E00S. l'OULTHY. , m 20J4 0 to 7 to 4 0 to 8 S llootteri Sprlngeri 1 FBATHEHS. Prime, white goeie. Mlied '. Old No. 1. duck HIDES. Oreen, pood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheep ikini WOOL. d 48 40 25 3d 24 (ft Si 25 40 $ Z'A 6 fa) 7 8 V i 25 , 80 Oreaie, fin Oreaie, coane Merino , , 30 32 n 22 fid 25 21 20 15 14 18 18 liurrjr and 0iti...... y nharft We quote price 3 HAY, OUAIN, FEED. on Loulirllle OATS. M cltj 34 UOIfflLH MARKET 1)Y IIEI1TS No, oati HAY. 33 trljtlcS choice..., FURNISHED 1200 sub-stuiic- o. Len.G. Herndon & Co., Gooeral Produce and Commission Merchants and General Storage. Choice No. 2 Qood Medium Oood Ilrlgbt Straw CORN. Obolr whit Choice ihellid. ...,...., 11 00 M $ 00 12 00 v 00 M 10 00 SO 4 60 ( 54 Ilabbnges' holiday stock arrived yesterday. Watch for It. (3 53 52 , 50 I