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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 brc1892120701_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. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. VOL. XVII. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1892. NO. 20 Irvington Milling HOME DRESSMAKING. THE BASQUE HOW IT SHOULD DE CONSTRUCTED. AND DUILDINtl SPIDERS' WEDS. TI11U Mil Not Method or Two Pet Iiim-cMlnil llrlng Oli.eneil, Ooala Up to Date. The National Farmers' Alliance which tins just met nt Memphis, nnd tins parted witli n perccptibto part, nnd shown the harmony to bo expected from tho brandishing of baseball bntfl nnd the "pulling" of "pow," adopted an able platform. OYula up to date. It Is an amusing pro duction, of conree. Tho financierM nnd economists of tho Alliance never fail to bo amusing to the public. Among themselves they nro probably tetlious. When thoy declare and pronounce and denounce nnd demand, they Include themselves in tlio ample chnptor of American humor. Thus Memphis "Demand D" demands "that our nntionnl legislation shall bo framed in tho future as not to build up ono industry at tho expense of another." "Demand" railed "l'innncu" pmK)ses to tax tho whole country for the Mike of building Up the farmers by means of the plan "or some better Hyeteni." Tin n there is COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. Wrapper Merchant and Custom Millers, Grain Dealers and Manufacturers nml Princes Dresses At lre cut Waists Arc. Murh Moro Trlmineil Homo Hint Abuut Tiillor Tlinn Skirt Muile Clowns. 18ft!, Copyright, by American Press 1 AmocIh-tto- u. ,JJ of tho Highest Gtcades I a o M ligsJtglSl 1 1 m NUMHKU IJL The cutting of n bnnqiiu tlio rrnl of nil waist, for If onu wiint nlmply n full gathered wolirt, the fronts cut off at tho wnlst line, with the darts giuhervd Instead of taken In, makes It just rljilit. Tho back vhouhl nil lm In one piece, and may he drafted liy lnylng the hack portlotm of tho pattern together and making thu out line ns tlumirh It was not cut through. Tho front gore piece should ho Allowed for hy extra width under thu arms, o that theru nre but two wains to few asido from thu fotin-ddtlo- ii " OK " o I I I 3 h o ca Cn ? Roller Process ...f"V -- U-l U- .v 1. BKIItT, Roller Process h Coin 3Cea,l Bran, Shipstuff and IrFZEIETZ).. , Ample capital, tho best quality of grain and modorn machinery, pro-duc- skillfully handled enable us to results unsurpassed. o f Orders promptly filled and careful attention given to CUSTOM WORK. thoso on men's, coats. rappers lmvc tho waist ,y, with tho skirt cut on, 4 for a loose wrapper an allowance 01'' x Inches longer than It apparently requires should bo mndo at tho bottom, nml this afterward can bo pinmd up to como just right, as skirls of wrappers somehow "take up" unexpectedly. Thu side seams must be gored, and n fan of one breadth of the material should be set in with thu back seam. Prlncesi dresses aro simply bnsques with skirts, and by drafting tho basque, following the indication of tho lines, always allowing nny slant to fall backward, a perfect fitting princess will be tho result. In n princess tho skirt should bo long also, and only hemmed or trimmed when tho whole is sown, so that It may not take up and be too short. Hiding basques nru mndo on tho fame lines, with the sole difference of rigid plainness In trimming, and postilion backs, which aro formed by allowing tho back forms to extend longer and tho fronts cut shorter than ordinary basques. The little postilions nt tho back aro faced all tho way up with the material, and two silk buttons nru put nt the waist lino liko shoulder. Loo cut In tho inr but In jneaitt'" For any further information- - call on or address tho IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. WE ARE FIELDS WMIKG OF SUCCESS. Ky., you will bo surprised and can't imagine why our store is always full of customers. If you should investigate by lo iking through our stock and seo how well equiped each department is, price tho goods, then tho mystery will be solved. Wo have tho assortment, styles and prices to ploaso ovoryono. Tho most attractive department is the 1 If you should visit Brandenburg, CLOAK,', DEPARTMENT It's filled with a big lot of samples place. to Tho Garmonta made in the 1892 styles, thirty-tw- waist varies from twenty-twladies, thu top should with therefore Imj gradedand. that nil the six No two aliko. Will shock you so Don't hesitate, pieces will inako tho required number of tho low prices. inches, allowing thu back breadth only , two inches, as It should always bo brought coino at onco. Into that compass by plaits or gathers. o o tho same general lines as tho basque, only half nn Inch larger on every scam, and im much longer as is desired. Pockets can lie added or not, and any preferred style of trimming put on. Ono dart only the back one Is ever added to jackets. Bono is necessary If ono prefers It straight. Blazers aro cut in tho same general style, but without darts and rather narrower ucross the chest. Tho length and width depend upon individual taste. Plain leg o' mutton sleeves. Hows of Pitching form tho most suitable finish to both blazers and jackets. Blouses are cut just liko the plain gathered waist, but from tho under arm sleeve lino they should measure, twelve inches and have a plain hem, through which is drawn n tape or elastic to gather them so that they cm fall over, meeting tlio skirt. In finishing off a riding habit basque it is customary to have tho lining of stout linen, with the seams pressed flat and boned as usual, but It is not necessary to finish the seams off so neatly, ns n lining of quilted satin is sewn in nml neatly felled over all thu scams. Tailor inadu gowns depend for thel. beauty upon the exactness of every line and every stitch. Every scam must Imj pressed flat before, another is sewn, and then when tho whole Is finished a final pressing should bo given It. Not a wrinkle should form upon tho waist. Whereve-th- e scams finish like in n postilion basque, an arrowhead of silk is worked, as also nt tho corners of pockets. Skirts for tailor gowns nro just now cut sheath fashion, with all the fullness In n fan plaiting nt tho bnck and with suvernl rows of stitching around tlio hem of tho skirt. They nro frequently made without lining, particularly when of sergo or cloth, and faced at tho bottom. Tho facing Is made of wlgan, overlaid with linen, and this ngnln covered with alpaca, all stitched together and faced on liko nny facing, leaving tho edge of the dress next the ground. A narrow braid is put on flat under this, but it does not show from the outside. But with tho return of cooler weather linings or foundations will bo used, and they am bo cut and sewn up with tho skirt scams, or separate, us before, in which case tho facings and braid go on tho lining, and the skirt is hemmed. If si itching Is to tnko a prominent part, u doubled plcco of flannel should bu laid under thu place, and where the gixxls nro stitched thu seams show very prettily. No person can do good work without tools, and tho homo dressmaker ought to havo ono of those little frames to hang skirts ou for thu purpose of draping them. Thu foundation skirt Is thrown over it, and tho dressmaker wants to fashion n "wrinkled front." ThU, slmplo as It appears, Is really thu hardest thing to do. Tho only way to get It right is to take thu piece of goods and bring ono end up from thu lloor, where thu rest lies, and pin it with tho fold to thu center of the front nt tlio waist. Then bring thu two selvage edges up to thu hip waist lino nml let the wrinkles fnll naturally, sticking pins in to hold them until ready to sew them. About three deep plaits ou each hip will form, falling forward. Thu bottom then can bu tacked along a basting following thu line of thu skirt. Thu top should then Imj trimmed away, all thu while, keeping tho plus In thu plaits, and then these should bu basted and finally sewn down neatly with buttonhole looping. The bottom can then bu cut around nml finally hemmed or faced, as preferred, and thu back draperies or breadths sewn on, but don't let those plaits come undonu or you will never get them back in thu same Jackets nro cut on As tho wobs which my spiders Lucy nnd Eliza spun wcro soveral times broken or mutilated during tho year, cither by accident or tho gardener, wo had plenty of chances for seeing how tlioy proceeded In making them. Tho line's Woro In both cases strotclit'd between n whlto roso bush that climbed up ono sido of tho window nml 11 purplo clematis that occupied and dnted tho opi08ito niullion. But Lucy nnd Eliza didn't Hvo in tho webs thoso wero only their snnres or traps for their proy. Each of thorn had in addition n private homo or apartment of her own under shelter of a roso leaf nt some, distnnco from tho treacherous geometrical structure. Thohuiibu itself consisted merely of n silken cull, built out from tho roso leaf, nnd connected with tho Bimro by n single stont cord of very solid construction. On this cord tho spider kept one foot 1 had utmost said ono hand constantly fixed. Sho jsiised it lightly by its cl.iws, nnd whenovcr hii insect got entangled in tho web iv subtle electric messngo, so to speak, seemed t run along tho lino to tho over watchful carnivore. In ono short tecond Lucy or Eliza, us tho case might bo, had dnrted out upon her quarry and wns tackling it might and main, according to tho particular way its sizo and strength rendered then nnd thero advisable. In building thpir wcb3, ns in many other small points, Lucy nnd Eliza showed from tho first no inconsiderable ncrsoi.nl differences. Lucy began Iter's by spinning n long lino from her lotting tho wind curry it wherever it would: while Eliza, moro architectural in character, preferred to tako her lines peisouitlly from point to point, and seo herself to their proper fastening. In either cuso, however, tho lirst thing dono was to stretch somo eight or ten stont threads from placo to placo on tho outsido of tho future web, to net s points d'appui for tho remainder of tho structure. To these outer threads, which tho spiders stiongthoned bo ns to bear a considerable strain by doubling and trebling them, other thlnnor single threads wero then carried radially at irregular distances, liko tho spokes of a wheel, from a point in tho center, whero they wure all uiado fust and connected together. As soon ns this radiating framowork or scaffolding was finished, liko tho woof on n loom, the industrious craftswoinnn started in tho mlddlo nnd began tho task of putting In tho crossploccs or weft which wero to comploto nnd bind together tho circular pattern. Thoso sho wovo round and round in a continuous spiral, setting out at tho confer nnd keeping on in over widoning circlets, till sho arrived at last at tho oxtorior or foundation threads. How sho fastened these crosspieces to tho ray lines I could nover quito make out, though I then fol lowed tho work closely from inside through tho imujo of glass with a o lens; for, strango to say, tho spiders wero not in tho least disturbed by being watched at their work, and never took tlio slightest notico of anything that wont on at tho other Bide, of the window. My Impression is, howover, that sho gummed them together, letting the . harden Into ono as thoy dried, for tho thread itself is always somiliquid whoi iirst eluded. Orant Allen in Longman'. Magazine. laty-scopi- I the uttemncu on transportation. Hiur it and think revenntly and profoundly. "Transportation a Transportation means of exchange and a public necessity, the Government should own and operate the railroads In the .interests ot the people. The and telephone, like the l'ntOt!iicsyitcm, for the transmission of intelligence, should be owned and operated by the (ovirnineut In the Interest of the people." This is great nnd old. Hut tho tele-' ing to hurry up two things. First, our now houso n lll nItl cornor' Thi"! nU(l Murkot ; because tho long- V er wc have to stay in Temporary Qunrtor.s, .'521 West Mnrket, tho moro good wo'll havo to soil at prices SO CLOSE to tho WRONG SIDE oC tho profit line that it would bankrupt n Jay Gould to keep it up very long. Next, wo nro trying to hurrv up the Indiana oflicinls in send-inus tho returns of the Presidential Election, so that wo can announce tho three prteo winners in our guessing contest. Hut wo CAN'T HUHItY up either thing, and so must "grin nnd bear it" as best wo t can. In tho menntimo tho people who aro crowding into our storo nnd buying our GOOD CLOTHING nt tho reduced prices nro doing MOST OF THE GRINNING nt our oxpenso. Ulstors, Storm Coats, Medium-weigh- t Regulnrs and very "swell" d Sack Suits in "rough effects," and Roys' Novelties Dress Overcoats tho popular nro making up the bulk of tho business just now. YOU'LL havo to "kinder" get in line nnd nwnit your turn at LEVY'S, Louisville but it'll PAY you to wait also to HURRY UP. HURRY I I Vfe Jf m I V Wo nro try- g Double-breaste- h phone nnd tlio telegraph, ami even the railroads, nro not ol tho first importance to tlio farmer. What tlio Farmers' Alii-an- c should have asked for on the subject of transportation, modelled on the principle, is something like Sub-Treasu- ry this: "We demand macad.imltcd roads with asphalt sldewalks,to be furnished by the federal In every district In which finnlnpl the prlnilp.il pursuit. Wc demand electric passenger and freight cars, likewise at the expense ofthe federal Government, for the purpose of tranpnrtli,; ourselves, our families, and m r farm products to the nearest market and place of amusement. We demand steam wheelbarrows, derricks, pumps, ploughs, harrows, mowing machines, rakes and steam printing presses for the printing of Alliance bills and platforms. And we shall not cease to pulverize the plutocracy until these and other similar rights are granted to us." Tho Alliance is too modest. It ought to speak right up. N. Y. Sun. What Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup others lor nearly two generations you. If you will try it once you will that it is the best family medicine, never be without It. has done lor it will do Tor be convinced and jou will Everyone gives It the highest praise. It Cra-de- l, Druggist, Walnut and Allison streets, Cln-- e natl, 0 says this of his trade: "I sell my share ol Dr Hull's Cou;hSyrupand tnycustomcrsthat have used this preparation speak ot It in the highest terms. . KiicIIkIi I'ulli'binen. Tho polico regulations in England are very different from thoso common in this country. Tho policeman there is not nearly so autocratic us ho is here and would never think of nsiu;r a club or striking a muir, except in Bclf defense J. Gilmer Speed givcH this story of their mild sway: Upon one occasion a man cumo into 1 my ofllco and created it disturbance. ordered him out. He declined to go, so 1 .sent for n pollcomun. A sergeant camo. I said to him: "This man docs not belong here and refuses to leavo my ofllco. Will you plcaso tako htm outK' I expected tlio sergoant to toll tho man ho must go, and thou If ho did not movo on 1 expected to seo tho ofneor removo htm by forco. Not nt nit. Tho sergeant said, "You had better loavo hero, sir," and Ills tone was ks respectful and eivil as though he was asking a favor. Tlio mnn manifested no Intention of leaving, and tho polico officer began an inquiry as to his reasons for wanting to stay. This so exasperated mo that I put tho man out myself, greatly to tho astonlshmont and apprehension of tho offlcor. A Blue Day. No matter how happy or prosperous you may be there comes onco in n while a dark, hateful sort of a shadow into your life that you call abluo day. It may be that it is in reality a stormy period with a great downfall of rain ami lowering clouds that give no promiso of bluo sky or sunshine Then you Bay you aro depressed by the weather and you brood over everything that hasgono wrong with you for a year or is liable to go wrong with you for tlio next decade. You sigh and ninny a timo shut yourself up in your room and havo a good comfortable cry over Boinethin that is nottangiblo, yet seems to weigh upon you like a ton of iron. On another occasion, oven though tho sun is shining brightly, tlio birds singing nnd nil nntttre bursting into n.song of joy, you awake with that senso of oppression nnd depression, nnd you confidently remnrk, "This Is going to bo ono of my bluo days." Oil, dear sister women, fight off ttieso indigo horrors. They not only make you miserable, but likewise all vh tare nbout you. Tho children instead of running to you witli littlo joys nnd sorrows, Bcent tlio unwonted element nnd whisper "Mother's cross;" your husband knowing that thero is no cnuso for your sighs and saddened looks, loses patience, bangs the door behind him, and thinks in his secret heart that all women nro idiots and you get no sympathy in that quarter. Tlio cook is glad when you leave tho kitchen, and altogether by your depression you manage to upset an entire household and iinbuo them witli your gloomy feelings. Endeavor to stmnglo at its birth tho first unwarranted Intrudor. Grieve to your soul's content over tho real troubles of life, but liiuko up your mi ml that all else is too small to cause you to blight out tho sunshine of n single day by giving up to a fit of tho blues that has no excuse for Its dominion. I'hila. Times. Tho Bovil nnd tho Hog. Tho writer found out something last week, which was finite) unique in its way tie had engaged a colored mnn to cut up a hog, and win out in the meat-hous- e tr) ing to see how the difficult process was performed. Tlio mini was proficient in tlio art, but was somewhat retarded in tlio work by tho curiosity innutfected. My questions wero answered readily, when at hist ho seemed to think it was his turn to ask one, and to impart nil the information ho could nbout hogs to ono who wns bo densely ignorant. What wns his question? Well imng tno my Btirpriso when lie said, "Do you know where the devil camo out of tlio hog?" The niiBwer was, no. Where? Ticking up tho fore feet, which lie had just severed from tlio animal's body, ho pointed out several slight indentations below the joint, a trilllo larger than a pin head, nnd said, "Thero is where the devil came out of the hog, nnd that is tlio rea Ho son a hog can never bo poisoned. further told mo that if these "holes" as he called them, became stopped up, the hog would die. Hy questioning I elicited tlio information oh to how the devil got into tho hog. The reader (if this article is so fortunate ns to attract one) will re member, thntwhen Christ went over into tlio country of tho Gadnrenes, "a man with an unclean spirit" met him. Christ commanded tlio devils to como out of tho man, nnd thoy besought him to let them enter a herd of swine feeding near. "And forthwith Jesus gavo them leave, and tlio devils entered into the swine, "nnd tlio herd ran violently down a steep place into tho sen." He did not tell mo when the devils camo out of the swine, but tlioy did, at nny rate. If thoy had not, they would have been in tho bottom of the sen unto this day, for Is not the sen suit? Do dovilB enter hogs now? I believe not, but I was glad to bo reminded that there had been a timo when the human breast did not hnve a monopoly of tho davits. Hut seriously, these traditions, if such they may bo called, should bo put into print nnd placed beyond the reacli of tlio "foil destroyer, time." Thoy should not lie allowed to become "forgotten lore." Joel Chandler Harris in his negro dialect stories is doing n good work. These traditions nml beliefs of our colored friends, maybecomo a source of o ijoyment to us, and beguile ninny a weary hour. Cuutis. 3z5mmimi2s Iw7S!?vtTpr, saajirtLfc Grover Cleveland told Adlai Stevenson that it is a positive fact that he overheard Benjamin Harrison tell Whitelaw lleid that James B. Weaver had stated in the presence of Jas. G. Field that John Bidwell and J. B. Cranfill heard Thos. L. Carter, Cli airman of the National Republican Committee and W. H. Harritty, Chairman of the National Democratic Committee say, that Favorite Stoves and Ranges Sell easier nnd give bettor satisfaction Hum all others, and aro mndo at PIQUA, OHIO, By tho Favorite Stove and Range Company, Who have the model stove plant of America, the greatest country on earth. PAYNE & Gloverport The Garrett Fence Machine. Ifor wcivlni; picket unit wire fence to the pott ready tct In the field. Not excelled liv unv lor cnRc, tpcctl anil perfect work, Knrty to rods a d.iy can io wotcn. The wire for n tlirtu double Urnd picket fence can be bought for q to it centt per rod. (iuuratitccil to irlve perfect CO., tj. ' lty Br. Hale' Household Ointment Is tho finest remedy in tlio world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia ami Kheumntism. Cures Piles liko magic. Cures salt rheum in tho most soothing uuinner. Cures inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs nnd Colds. Can lie taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Hruis-eHums, Chilblnlns, Sores of longstanding, Corns nnd bunions are cured quickly; diirerent from alt else; superior to nil else; it has no equal. -- 5c. nnd 50c. boxes. Largo sizo chmpest, Sold at Short k II ay lies' drug storo. atlfarilon, Itefircnce i Citltcnit' Natlot nl A Klin xctlve nucnt li.lllK. .Munfliclcl, unto. wanted In every county and towntlilp In h. United Statet. Good wa;et nml ear woik Will wll one machine nt wholesale where I lintu no agent. Alto wire and other fencing material at whnlcialc. Illustrated circular and terms free. Address fr liSt! T 111 it rns 1 1 1 fistf?"" E J WA FwL& e--as S. H. GARRETT, Patentee and Manufacturer! ii I! (n . ! . I i I -f 1 -- 1 . - s, IMaiiMllolil, Ohio. CLARENCE Shorthand and M. GORDON, Typewriting. Instructor In ROCK HAVEN. Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. PILES aU he M.u. ITCHING PILES SWAYHE'8 AiwoLtmn.T axruMB. win 1 mm If tho wearer Is n very stout woman or has n high stomach, tho top of tho front breadth should bo hollowed out one Inch to one nnd a half to throw the fullness forward, and the bottom should be ns much longer In tho center. If n slender figure, It can lie left straight. If for n sheath skirt, thu seams at thu top must bu fitted to the figure, but skitts on this plan havo had their best day, nnd draperies aro coining In. Omvk IlAUrr.lt. I r,ff t4 ty iia.ll rim 4 tit.nSUtttuL The attention of the bane ball pla)cr who receive wound, ol on. kind or another every Jay from bat or ball, I dire ted to the fact that Salvation Oil la the be.t application In use lor cure of cut., bruises and sprain. JJ cents, He explained to inothnt lhatl no right Electrio Bitten. to intorforo In tho matter I had brought This remedy is becoming so well known to Ills attention, and that doubtless the menIntruder would get out a warrant against nnd so popular as to need no special tion. All who havo used Electric Hitters mo and havo mo urrested for assault. sing tho sanio song (if praise. A purer Nothing so distressing as a hacking medicine does not exist and it is guarancough. Nothing so foolish as to Buffer teed to do nil that is claimed. Electric from it. Nothing so dangerous if nllowed Hitters will euro all diseases of tlio Liver to continue. Pno Minuto Cough Cure and Kidneys, will removo Pimples, Dolls, gives immediate relief. Short A Hnynes Salt IUioum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria Cloverport, and. Beard & Heeler, Hardins-burfrom tlio system and prevent as well as Ky. euro alt Mdlnrlel fevers. For euro of Headache, constipation nnd Indigestion Keeping Iruou ot i'uimnsctv Blttors Entire satisfaction do 1 remember which passen- try Electric "now given up their tickets" said a guaranteed, or money rolunded. l'rico gers havo Western railroad conductor. "Ihavono 50cts.nnd $1.00 per bottlo nt Short & llay-ne- s Drugstore. way .in particular, bnt just get used to it. Whilo 1 may not recognize every ono who has paid, 1 can spot ono from Tanctilng buueliig. whom I havo not received a ticket at In somo of tho privnto schools of tho onco. Thou if I am in doubt u sharp city teaching tho minuet is a part of tho look usually docs the business. Most course of physical culture. Bkirt dancpeople would liko to havo the collector ing will bo uneasy translation from this, skip thein, but thoy aro so impressed and it may expected to bo Included in with tho idea that wo know they havo tho courso shortly. Nw York Times. not paid that a sharp look acta liko a lodcstoue to draw out tho cash. Henducho is tho direct result of Indi"Of course it is possible for u hardened gestion and stomach disonlers. ltemedy sinner to bluff a collector, but few try using Do Witt's it After wo'havo ouce tmado a Tonnd thoBeby and your henduchoLittlo Early dlsanenrs. Itleerx, tlioro is no tronblo, for at stations wo stand whero wo have a full view of the Tlio favorite littlo pills everywhere. train and seo exactly what persons go in Short A Hnynes, Clovorport, nnd Heard A and out of every Bcelor, Hardlnsburg, Ky. g, car."--Cincinn- ati Tlio health of this neighborhood good. Husking corn scorns to ho the order of Also (In connection with Weaver's lluslncss College.) lloolckevplng, I'en. inanshlp nnd Arithmetic. The (ir.iham System, Call graph and Itemlngtnn Typewriters, The only College In the State of Kentucky Indorsed by Official Itu porters. Established In iSol, and during is the first year Ono Hundred Sixteen Pupils thodny. Times-c- i tar. Henry Sholton made a Hying trip to tlio city last week. G. II. Hunger, Pennybaker, has gone to Louisville witli a lot of fine horses to CLARENCE M. GORDON, sell. Cor. Fourth A Market Sis, I.GU1SVII.I.K, KY, Elder C. T. Wilson, of near Holt, was hero on tho 10th nml 20th, tilt., nnd gavo us several interesting sermons, nnd will SPECIAL OFFER TO SUBSCRIBERS bo here again on tho 17th mid 18th Inst, to preach for us. t. The Weekly Little Henry, son of Henry Shelton,Sr., is quito sick. Thu farmer, tlio murclinut or tlio man who has not tlio timo to It Should Be in Every House. J. 11. Wilson, !171 Clay St., Sliarpsburg, rctul a lni",o daily nowimnpcr, will II ml In t, consisting Pa., says ho will not bo without Dr. King's Tlio Weekly Now Discovery for Consumption, coughs of ton pagca, a paper that exactly suitB and colds, that it cured Ids wifo who wns him brimful of tlio t iiows of tlio day, threatened witli l'neiiinonin after an at- Hiilllclt'iitly condensed to incut his needs. tack of "La Grippe" when various other Though strictly Kupubllcan in principles, remedies nml several physicians had dono it is never ho partisan iw to suppress nny her no good. Robert Harbor, of Cooks-por- t, important nuwa necessary to n correct , Pa-.claims Dr. King's Now Discov knowledge of cm rent ovonU. Onco n ery hns dono him more good than any- roadur, always n reader. Price, $1.1)0 per year. Any person sending us threo dolthing ho over ucod for Lung Trouble. Nothing liko It. Try it l'rco Trial bot- lars for threo yearly subscriptions to tho tles nt Short A liny ties Drug Storo. Largo ' Weekly, will receive onu copy free for bottles, 50c. and $1.00. a year. A frco sample copy may Iw had Globe-DemocraGlobe-Democrabi-s- were enrolled. This speaks Tor Itself. We get you u situation an soon as you become competent to hold one. Iteferenccs Charles A. flraham and Clarence K. Walker, the leading Official Stenographers fur the city. Write to them for Information. catalogue address, by writing for It. Subscriptions receivo I by nil postmasters or news dealers tlioughout the United States, or diroct!y by (IMiIli; I'UINT1.! CO., SI. liUllU, II o. Our (lift to livery Ono ol our Itcutlorn "A YARD OF PANSIES." lly special arrangement with the Publishers, we arc enabled to make everyone of our trader a present of one of these eiiiislte Oil Pictures 36 Inches long, a companion to "A Yard f Itoscs,'' which all have seen and admired. This ex uutlte plctiue, "A Yard of l'.uiilcs." was painted by toe same noted nrtlit who did the "Hoses1 It Is the same site, and la pronounced by art The critic to bo far superior to the "Hoses." reproduction Is equal In every respect to the origins!, which cost IJw, and accompanying It are lull directions for framing at home, at a cost of a few rents, thus limning n beautiful ornament for your parlor or a superb Christmas Gift, worth at feast f$. Send your name and aiblret to the publisher, W. Jenr.lngk Demurest, ic Kelt stamps 14th Sti, New York, with three two-ce- nt In pay for the packing, malllng,ctc and mention you ar a reader of Tun IInkckknhidoi that Nawoand you will receive by return mall one. of these yaluabte Worktof Art. '' - -- & iAtufeg- - &U 6 Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, THE BRRGKENRIDGR NRWS, GLOYERPORT, News. DECEMBEU 7, 1892. KY. NO D.A VlUOII.G.HAUllAOK,Kdlturand I'toprlctori. It is said that John S. I tea, tho great HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. Democratic orator, will apply for no position himself under tho Democratic adL, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. ministration, but will uso his influence OOIKO WEST. for his brother. Albert Ithcn, who is ap1'atioDger Dally arr. Hardintbarg. 12:42 p.m. plying for tho Collector's place in this OOIKO KABT. district. I'attenger Dally arr. HarJIntbarg.. 7:50 a.m The Pcoplo's party of Ilreckenridgo JelT Hook is on tho sick list. county will hcncofortli keep in tho middle of tho road, looking neither to the Mr. L. Green, Falls of Rrogh, was in right or left, Tho Republic. town last Friday. Thoy must have been thero during tho Wo are still in tho lead for groceries, last campaign, for tho election returns Hardin & llrown. doesn't indicato that they shook many Mr. Thomas Stilh, of Guston, was vis bushes. iting hero last wcok. Jesso Whitworth and Frank Hoard went Jay Goui.n, tho great railroad kingdlcd to Hcwleyvlllo last Sunday. of quick consumption at Ids home in New They say thero is to bo a wedding in York city last Friday, the 2d inst. His Gallisburg before Christinas. estimated wealth is $100,000,000; Ho was If you want anything iu underwear a man that wos greatly "cussed" while give us a call. Hardin & Drown. living, but now a great many flowers are Mr. Henry Jolly moved to the farm ho being strewn on his grave through the bought of James Robards last week. columns of the press. Joo Cox and W. S. Heard went to Big Spring last week to hunt a few days. Mns. IlATTiEGniNXKM,,of Brandcnburc, Rev W. H. Godby began a protracted has accepted tho position as Ilranden-bur- g meeting at the Falls of Rough lost Friday correspodent for the Nkws. Mrs. night. Grinnell is an accomplished lady with Mr. James Iiishop, Jr. and wife, Lcitch-fielextensivo expciiencc as a corrcsrKmdcnt, are visiting relatives at Kirk's and our Brandenburg column is sure to station. blossom with tho cream of tho county Messrs. Charles and John Miller havo seat happenings of Meade. gone to New Madrid, Mo. to visit a week or two. Tiik News is paid 33J cents an inch for Judge Adkisson, John Station and publishing the list of claims because its Junius Drown went to Oaklohoma last furcirculation reaches 2,000,and for tho Thursday. ther reason that it is read by more peo-pl- o Mr. M. Pumphrey, Jr., and family, in Ilreckenridgo county, than any West Viow, were visiting friends hero paper in it or that was ever in it, for that last Saturday. matter. This is the business of it, and Messrs. Walt Lcnnin and Charloy lies there is nothing else in it. ton are making arrangements to start a hoop factory here. Tiik recently enacted election law proMiss Lola Jolly, of Jolly's station, camo vides that the Kentucky electors shall up Saturday and was visiting Prof. Wilmeet in Frankfoit on tho first Wednesson and his wife. day in December tocast their votes, while John Slaton sold a liouso and lot in the Federal statutes name tho second nigger town last week to A. X. Kinchc-lo- o Tuesday in January. Thero are already for $o0 cash. numerous applicants for the position of Remember that you can get a nice fall messenger to convey tho State's vote to or winter dress pattern from us very Washington. cheap. Witt & Meador. A noted politician of this county was Mr. Alex. West's saloon licenso will oVtrheard I lie Saturday before the elec-toexpire on tiio 13th of December. Ho urging some of his pliant tools to loe no time, but to stir themselves and says ho will not renew. get every Cannon man possible to stay A full line of drugs we always carry. away from the election; 'itsouronly hope' Prescriptions carefully compounded at saitl he. The Republic. all hours, Witt k Meador. This is no news. The whole county L. Green sued tho King Hridgo Comknows now that enough of them didn't pany hi the Circuit Court last Friday get thero. on an account for $114. They havo organized an Kpworth Tin: work of extending tho Texas road from West Point to Louisville, is being League at tho M. K. church with'John pushed rapidly A large amount of the P. lias well, jr., as President. grading has been done, and the contracMm. Sarah J. Hoard, of Rosetta, was tors havo advertised for more men and here last Friday, and brought a suit for JcaniB. They propose to work all the divorce against her husband, J. H. Hoard. winter. Application has nlreadv been Mr. I). S. Lewis, of Hardin county, armade to the government for the right to rived at Jolly's station last Saturday to abridge over Salt river, and work will visit his father-in-laMr. Thomas begin on it in a short time. d, n o. SS&3SS5'S&-43-St , t t A? Mtt ' - It,, R(. i. fc T. Local Time Curd. Mall nd Eipren going But 10.01 a.m. " Wit -- 10.44 a.m. " 5.J7 p.m. ttxpreif " Eait Weil - .4ft p.m. 11.19 a.m. " But Ue. freight " " Weft -- 10.04 a.m. addrett of your paper changed alirayt give iht old at well at Iht nete addrett. Alwayt give eomty and ttatt. your paptr it no( re- -t tired regularly, notify ut. pott-ofle- t, jtriwm' ' in I 1 ona sat: of a ddiiess. m or-- ft I an ordtr for new tubtcriber a week to gel Iht name on the lit! ttndjxiptr itarlril Irfort you write a complaint, w we ore ttry much eroicdtd now. If you tend ut allow w Po not forget to male your renewal in time. Watch your direction tag and tee when your tub ttrijAion tjtpiret. The ner, tit monthe will he full of tnlerttl, and you ihnuld not mite a tingle copy of THE ttREOKEXIUDOE SEWS. Send your ordert ut taut a week in advance to male ture. ft may not tale a week in every intlance 1 will them on at toon m pottible. j-- For Pure Groceries, Provisions Etc. . ' . 1 ijjfci pt v.; ! . M , V I NOTICE the label on your paper. IT jour II you do not time hai expired pleatc renew. want the paper pleatc drny u a postal card to tint effect. Don't let the paper run on Tor three or lx month and then ay you did not order it, and refute to pay for it. iPOR Clothin ., Boots and & '; Shoes, Hats and Caps -- S,( ft SIX PAGES. Tiik Republicans nre nt their old gamo in Kansas and nro trying to secure control of the legislature). Hon. I). II. Severn lias the backing of a number of the bent men in the State for the Owensboro Collectorship. The building boom has slacked up a little for tliu present, but it will ojieii up lively again in the early spring. VEST'S Is The Place. (n in tiii C3-- 0 TO CO., u iii i CLOVERPORT, KY. Who will pay your railroad fare for every purchase of $15.00 worth. ni k Ji'st wait until we get our new pavement all laid, and then this town will bo a thing of beauty and a joy forever. laltor organization, the United Kailroad Men of America, has just been started with headquarters at Chicago. A new OVERCOATS ARE IMMENSE. S of Dr. John V. Seott, father-in-laPresident Harrison, died at the White House last Wednesday. He was ninety-thre- e years of age. Cloverport, Ky. A S!-SirSSSSSO3C?0S PREMIUM FOR -- TO pRY THE- - SUBSCRIBER! Tiik Alabama legislature has under consideration a bill providing for an annuity of J.WO a year for Mrs. Davis, wife of Jt Hereon Davis, during her life. i Tiie latest scientific calculations on the ago of the earth places it somewhere between 0,000 and OSO.OOO.OOO years. That is close enough for all practical purposes. December 1S91 up to October, there were 17:! fourth-clas- s established in Kentucky. More business for good Democrats. a1 the work go on. FitoM 1802, A BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bridles, Shirts, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. Given Away to post-ollic- es drug clerk in Indianapolis, through mistake, gave the wrong medicine under a prescription to a traveling salesman, from the effects of which the latter died in a few hours. Tin: legislature will adjourn for the holidays, December 'JL'd, and January Ith. During the vacation the members will not be allowed to draw their per diem. Tin: F.lizabethtown News names the following list of applicants for Federal positions from this the Fourth District: Judge J. P. Thompson and Judge It. A. Benton, of Lebanon, Hon. Hen. Johnson, of Uardstown, Judge Litsey, of Washington county, and Mr. James Montgomery, of Kliabethtown for Collector at Hon. Sam Sanders, of I!ardin,and (Jus. Richardson, of Meade, for United States Marshal. Judge Cripps Wick-liffof Uardstown for District Attorney. e, Miss Lula Norton is making preparation to give n school exhibition at Freedom ehruch during tho Christinas holidays. Ixok out for our Christinas supplies, We havo bought a large line of notions, Hartoys and firo works of all kinds. din fc Drown. Christmas goods havo been coming to town for the last week. Tho stocks generally are much larger this year than usual, and the marchants are all looking for a good trade. I). II. Murray, attorney for tho L., St. Shellman Bros., will open their ChristL. & T. railway, made an order in tho mas goods on tho 15th, consisting of county clerk's ofiico last week, directing toys, candies and fruits. the clerk to make copies of tho applicaMr. and Mrs. Frymiro (neo Fanny tion of the L. II. & W. It'y Co., for sub- Hroshear), of Preston, were guests of mission of the voto of tho tax in tho tax Mrs. It. J. Napper, Saturday. district, also certificate of Examining Hoard on tho result of the election, also tho order of County court directing tho County Judgo to subscribe for stock of said comoany, and to issuo bonds, etc. This would indicato that tho county is to get a suit on its hands. Tho Methodist church South was well filled last Sunday night to hear Mrs. R W. Hurdett, of Louisville, talk upon tho subject of Missions. Mrs. Hurdett is an organizer of tho Parsonage, and Homo Missionary Society, of tho Louisvillo Conference, and is out doing what bIio can to aid in this work. ' Her talk upon the subject was very interesting, yet in a plain matter of fact style. Sho gavo an account of what tho women of tho church This is tho were doing in this work. first point Mrs. ISurdett has visited sinco sho has been sent out by tho society and sho was anxious to form an auxilliary This sho accomplished without hero. any trouble, many of tho ladies present sending in their names for membership, 's Mrs. after tho lecture was over. talk showed that sho was well acquainted with her subject and that sho had spent some time in tho study of Missionary work. Tho audience was well entertained. Uur-dettpost-master our Paid - In - Advance Kind editor, that wedding you ask about, is not far from tho post ofiico, but is far enough to let tho out Subscribers. We havo entirely. It is pretty generally conceded that 1). It. Murray was in town last Friday. .John (i. Carlisle will accept a position in When asked if the Railroad Company Mr. Cleveland's cabinet. Then who will would soon bring n suit to enforce the succeed Mr. Carlisle in the United States collection of the taxes duo on tho railSenate? This is a matter to bo left w ith road bonds, ho was silent. Mis Ci.aka Adkimon, an intelligent present legislature, and it is already and accomplished young lady, of Huston, the Last Saturday was pay day for the being discussed among the members at will in the future be our regular corresschool teachers in tho county bySuperin-tenden- t Frankfort. Those who are the favorites, pondent from'.tlmt place, and that column James Miller. There were a should such a vacancy occur, are said to is sure to be an interesting one. Milof be the Hon. Win. Lindsay, Governor number teachers in town and Mr. ler paid out about S4.000. Drown, Hon. J. Proctor Knott, autl Si.ntk the election the Republicans see Murray and Harnes attorneys havo Iliickner. of Federal pie will that the distribution made application iTeforo the quarterly be conducted by Democrats, and it Wiiii.k other towns are making rapid court for an order of sale of tho goods to see what strong advocates of strides in the path of enterprise and pro- of Leo Otto, at Irvington on behalf of civil service reform some Republican gress, Brandenburg, the county seat of tho plaintiffs, Niulorll' it Hro. have grown to be. Meade county, while thero is not much Sherifr DeJemctto left Monday with blow about it, is keeping pace with tho Dr. Win. Adkisson, alias Johnson, for Mit. Win. M. Finley, managing editor times. Resides being the centre of a Kddyvillo. Adkisson was convicted at of the Iuisville Post, is an applicant for large and splendid agricultural country, tho last term of court for obtaining monthe position of Surveyor of the Fort of an Inexhaustible natural gas field, nu ey under false pretenses, and will serve Iiuisville. Mr. Fiuley is a splendid busiKilt works, and having a large one year in the pen. ness man, a pleasant gentleman, and the merous Soda Ash plant almost ready to start opeMr. Julius Hardin was in town last trust could be placed into no better is now erecting water works hands. It would be a gratification to the ration, she week trying to make a salo of Homo of which will bountifully supply tho citiXi:mh to hear of his obtaining his desire. his hay. He has ft largo lot this year, zens with "God's only beverage." and if somo one would handle it in liar- dliisburg there is no reason why it Onk of the best and most entertaining Mayoii Lkhitfoot served intlco yesshould not be made profitable. papers that comes to this ollice is the terday on all the property holders on .Sunday Star, published at Iouisvillc,Ky. Thore was a double wedding at Jolly's Wall street, that they must make their It is always brim full of the choicest readpavements conform to an ordinance re- station last Sunday. Tho contracting ing matter, and we anxiously await its cently passed by the city council. This parties were, Mr. Horrace island and arrival from one week to another. They says brick pavement shall be laid and MissJuanthia McClure, and Mr. Chas. announce an extra Christinas number for they must conform to tho grade of the Lyons, mid Miss Nannio IS. McCluro. Kunilay, December IHlh, which we will street. There is n good deal of kicking The young ladles were daughters of Mr, look for with interest. about it, but the pavements will go down Thomas McCluro of that place. Rev. W. just the same, and they ought to. Tho IS. White, of Grayson county, officiated. Iris now very evident that more was pavements in this town have been an Tho Turnpike Company havo bought lost to us than was gained by the late combine in this county, "Keep in the eyesore to the whole community long an acre of ground from Mr. Ben Miller, middle of the road" hereafter. The enough. Let tho good work proceed and on the pike this side of tho creek, and will build a house on it at once. Tho toll that (plickly. This "combine" was strenuously degato is to bu moved within a half mllo of nied by all parties concerned before tho Why should any one have reason to town. Mr. Christopher Aid will still conelection, but the Democrats knew a thing doubt the latest from Mr. Tiuihcucck.tho tinue as tho gato keeper. Ho and his or two and were on to it. The truth of chairman of tho People's party National wife have been keeping tho old gato for the matter is thero were too many Demo- Committee. Mr. Tauheueck says, that several years, and thoy stand high with crats who had joined tho Farmers' Alli- his party although a little disfigured in the company. bait was ance when the tho recent campaign, will pull itself toMr. Junius Alexander is a rich retired thrown out, that you can never get to fa- gether beforo 1800, and scoro a big tri- banker of Now York city. Ho started vor fusing with Republicans unless said umph. Thero is no reason of course to from Hardlnsburg in IKS!!, with a lias an ax of his own to gainsay anything that Mr. Taubcncck from V. Daniel & Co. His grind. may say on this proposition, for it is pret- first employment was at $5 per month, well understood that any party can hut ho hung to his job and made busiTiik forming of n Itoynl Arch Chapter ty triumph in this country that can get it- ness successful. Ho has the recommendaof Masons in this city last week is antogether in sufficient numbers, but tion furnished htm sixty years ago and other ovidenro of the town's progress. It self tho trouble with Mr. Taubcncck and tho puts us much store to it as anything ho will bo the means of bringing to this city Populists seems to be just now that they poscsses. a number of good men from n good section havo been struck with n cyclono, and Mr. W. IS. Hardin of tho firm of Harof tho county, whoso faces and names are of thorn can't bo found to condin & Drown, has been all tho fall longfamiliar to many of us, but who hereto-for- o enough Tho woods ing for a good fat 'possum. have seldom been seen on our duct an ordinary funeral, are full of 'possums, but Mr. llaidin streets. TJioNkwh would like to boo every For instance, Mrs. Chas. Rogers, of Hay hasn't found tlino to got out among 'em, body iu tho county In our city as often ns their business ond pleasure would jwr-mi- t, City, Mich., accidently spilled scalding So one of his friends at Glendeano reand H holies with delight every stop water over her little boy. Sho promptly membered Mr. Hardin last week and In tho direction of bringing closer, con- applied Do Witt's Witch Ilazul Salvo, sent him an oposouin that weighed eighnection with all tho good jwoplo from giving instant relief. It's a wonderfully teen iKHinds, and on which there was every Bcction. Wo don't seo how It Is good salvo for burns, bruises, sores, and $3.00 Kxprcss charges. Mr. Hardin got jiosBlblo, nny way, for no many good pco-pl- o a Hiiro euro for piles. Short & Hayncs, bis goods and paid tho bill, but ho Is Hnrdins-burlaying in wait with a shot gun for that to stay away from such n good town. Cloverport and Ueard)& Heeler, Ky fellow at Glendeano. iilie'a moving. God. blew Clovorjwrt, issur-prising pa-punon-politicg, Tho members of tho Baptist church fine tripplo plaited jewelry, to bo distributed without regard to cost to hero will givo an oyster supper and our subscribers, who pay up to dato and ono year in advance, and to Christmas tree on Saturday evening, every now subscriber who subscribes for ono year. December 24th. Wo havo numbered ovory article in tho list, amounting to several I wish that 'nother correspondent, would please inform us in what part of hundred pieces and thoy will bo sent out to those entitled to them in town tho "Democratic rally" was so suc- tho order in which tho subscriptions aro received. cessfully held. Tho jewelry is inado from tho best rolled gold plato and is warTho street from Main to School buildranted for five years. Any article that does not givo reasonable satising is being paved, and it will bo quite will repair or forward a new duplicate nn improvement to tho town. Let tho faction, can bo returned and wo article in its placo. good work continue. A son of Mr. M. D. Puascr, a merchant of Gibraltar, N. C, was 60 badly afllictcd Ear-ring- s, just bought from a largo wholesale Jewelry house, a lot of with rheumatism for a year or more as to bo unable to work or go to school. Ills father concluded to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm on tlm boy. It soon cured him and bo has sinco walked ono and a half miles to school and back every school day. 60 cent bottles for salo by A. It. Fisher. BURAS. Mr. Robert McGnflln hasgono to Louisville. Miss Bcatrico Mcyor has been away from home teaching music. Mr. F.minit Pilo is pn tho sick list. Tho Bums school bad a largo attend, ance this week. Bov. Roberta Is teaching a singing school at Cave Spring. Tho baboof Mr. a ml Mrs. John Pilo died a fow days ago. Miss Carrio Moycr is teaching fechool at Hudson, Mr. Oddlo McGulIin comes to Buras about onco a wcok. Tho turkoys nro all laughing for joy to think their bones were not picked. Wo aro having winter with us, tho wind has been blowing exceedingly cold for tho past week. All tho Democrats are rejoicing over tho result of tho election. at this place is doing a The saw-mi"sawing business" thoy saw at least ono day in ovory week. Joo Tucker and family and Phil. Tucker also, left hut Saturday night for Illinois. ll A man who has practiced medicine for years, ought to know salt from sugar: read what ho says : Tolkiio, O., Jan'y 10, 1887. Messrs. F. J. Cheney. & Co. Gentlemen: I havo been in tho genera' practice of mcdiclno for most 40 years, and would say that i all my pratico and experience havo novcr seen a preparation that I could prescribo with as much confidence of success as I can Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by you. Havo proscribed it a great many times and its effect is wonderful, and would say in that I havo yet to- - find a caso of catarrh that it would not euro, if thoy would tako it according to directions. Yours truly, L. L. Gonsucir, M. D. Ollice, !!15 Summit St. Wo will glvo $100 for nny case of Catarrh that cannot bo bo cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Takon internally. F. J. OIIKN'KY & CO., Props. Toledo, O. Sold by Druggista 75 cts. 10 con-cluss- Collar Buttons, Scarf Pins, Ladies,' Misses' and Babies' Pins, Gents' Chains, Ladies' Charms and Lockets, Finger Rings, Chains, Silver Thimbles, Bracelets, Beads, Cuff Buttons, Pins, Studs, Etc., amounting to over 200 for tho jewelry alono, besides other articles of Merchendiso. Tho amount is only limited by the number of subscribers received. What wo want is to increase our subscription list. Wo want to put tho News into ovory homo in Brcckenridgo and Meado counties, and wo aro willing to givo up some of our hard earned dollars to do it. Tho first person sending us a dollar will get the first articlo numbered in tho list bolow, tho next tho second particle, and so on through tho entire list, If you aro already a subscriber examine tho labol on your paper and seo how you stand. If you aro behind, send enough monoy to'pay you up to dato and ono year in advanco, and thiB will entitle you to ono of our premiums. Tho premiums range in price from 25 conts to $20. ' , 25 Novol, Hunting in tho West, by Geo. Shields 60 Jlox (threo cakes) supor Tripplo Scented Toilet Soap 25 Gospel Hymns and Sacred Songs Family Physician. A plain, practical and rollablo guido to tho Detection and Treatment of Diseases common to this country. 3 00 Cloth bound. 1'rico 20 2401 Ono Monthly Magazine, Tho Homo Maker, for Aug 25 2402 Ono Gent's Gold Collar Button i 2403-O- no ; 25 Ladles Gold Collar IJutton 50 2405 Ono pleco Sheet Music, Jtichard and his Sweetheart Nell, Song & Chorus 25 2400 Ono Musical Monthly for November 1 50 2407 Ono Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (old edition.) 2408 Ono Novel, Her Dcsperato Victory 25 t 2409-O- no ; 25 , Novol, Tho Sketch Book 2410-O- no ' 25 Gent's Collar Button 2411 One Glimpse of Heaven, Discourses Concerning tho Wuy of Life by 100 Bov. W. II. Munnell, Cloth 50 2412 Ono Box, threo cakes, Super Tripplo Scented Toilet Soap .' 2413-- Ono Gcnt'B Gold Scarf Pin '...'.... , 60 STEPHENSPORT. 1 00 , 2415 Ton Applo Trees from Polk's Nursery, Toblnsport, Ind 25 , 2410 Ono Gospol Hymns and Sacred Songs It. IS. Hanks is in Louisvillo. 2417-- Ono Biding Bridlo 100 Mr. Miko ISlain is yet quite ill. 25 2418 Tno Gont's Gold Collar Button ,. J. F. Jenkcns, of Louisvillo, is in town. 2410-O- no 25 Gent's Gold Scarf Pin . Boyd McKaughan with bis new fam- 2420-O- no Carlt Richardson, of Union Star, was 25 Lady's Gold Collar Button ily boat Is lying above tho wharf. in town Monday. 2421 50 One pair Gent's Gold.,CufT Buttons 2422-- Ono pair Lady's Gold Cuff Buttons Mr. and Mrs. Grant are tho guests of 2423-O- no Gent's Unlaundrled Shirt, manufactured by tho GEM SHIRT CO , her sister, Mrs. Geo. Payne. ook's Cotton Root 75 . Toledo, Ohio, Misses Bettlo Allen and Laura Stiles 2424 Ono Novel, 25 last Thursday. wore in Cloverport 2425 Ono Steel Engraving, 24x30- -n work of Art valued at , M5 00 COMPOUND. IS. A. Copass hold bis regular apolnt-inon1 CO A recent dluovery by an clil 2120-- 10 Applo Trees from HIGHLAND NURSERY, Clovorport, Ky7 in tho Baptist church Sunday. phytlclan. Succcfffullyutcil 2427 Ono Gospol Hymns and Sacred Songs , 35 monlly by thotifand of Mr. and Mm. Win, Kclsoy, of Cincinli the only perfectly Wo do not pay postage on premiums. medicine lafu nati, aro tho guests of Mrs. Wra. Pettet. ttltcntercU, Ilcworc of anil relUbla dnigglitt unprincipled This list will bo continued in our noxt. Moro Good things to who offer Inferior incdlclnet In place of this. Ak Mr. It. W. Vaughn, of Louisvillo, spent for Cook'a Cotton Hoot Compound, take no Saturday aud Sunday with his family, 6 centi in pottaice in follow. or Inclate and letter, and we will tend, fcated, by return mall. I. V. Gregory, of Christian church, Kull tested particulars In plain envelope, to held a series of meetings in tlio Baptist ladiet only, 1 ttampt. Lilly Company, Addrctt 1'enU No. j Hither lilock, Detroit, Mich. CLOVERPORT, KY. church last week. 2397 2308 2300 2400 Ono Ono Ono Our PREMIUM LIS'T. in 'V" ts I.a-di- e, JNO. D. BABBAGE, Publisher, - ii i NRWS, GLOVRRPORT, KY. THR BRRGKRNRIDGR iii. ii , I, 3 iimn rim nn mi n I fil Mm THE SEASON 4 OF- - "I Bi m Comes but once a year, if by that term we limit our meaning to i oft But Glad Tidings are not applicable alone to this event. A more enduring one is herein announced, for let it be known to all that TRADE HEADQUARTERS i TO IS ZE3ZDE3ZESIE S Mm T1 JK "V" t jt nKHBHHKKRSVI rMseiLT n " M Special seasons bring their special needs and STJLZER'S is always up to the times in supplying such demands ; but when the Holidays are over, there is no falling off in our interest to phase our PATRONS. 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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 Why not try us? we will have." We want quick sales, are anxious to x)lease, never undersold, no advantage taken, glad to suit you. Our beautiful Holiday and Art Display is worth your inspection. Our Grand Opening Days u:k:e3 xnsriariEiD -- .nsrzD -- vzehjOoimiie. IF. a Imfiaiblt faco. A man with his cut of jib nnd shapo of beak hardly over weathers tho leo shore of twrditlon. For want of n inustacho to twirl ho had n trick of pulling his noso. Perhaps ho was training that featuro for tweaks to como. 3ST- - ZDjECTTY., xrsr. cI-.o7-EEoe,,, flillt THEOPOPE BT WlNrHFop. - UniiaHT.IIII, W&3& ''',',,NYNIH'SI.N. 1 UMITfD.TCVtt .OOKCOUPAMT.ANB I'AKT I. Kclwln Ilriilhciloft, heir tn a manor I luil Kin, I. left an orphan with the manor lie goes heavily inortKKe '" I,IC ""'"I' eitate. In New York to kcI hit fortune. CIIAi'TItlt IV. Jane lllllop, the lllllop heir-etrain, an Interview with young llrnthertoft. V. The lllllop and llrolhcrtoft fortune, are united by marriage. VI. llrolhcrtoft goe. on it llrnthertoft colonial mlulon to Bngland. turcurnbt tn anglomanlj and long, for a title. Ulrtb of a djughter, Lucy, and return home. Vile The manor hnuitc become, the resort of redcoat.. Ilrothertnft I. at last exiled by wife and daughter, lie join, the patriot.. I'AKT II Major I'efer bhcrrctt.ald to arrive, at (iencral I'utnam. patriot on the M. Wanh-ingto- camp, I'AKT I. "How Jack linrgoyno will utick out fjrc.'it imiler lip of Ills tlio ugly IKilicanl" continued Old Put, "when ho henra of this. Ho'll stop llglitln, whilo ho goes nt IiIh jropcr tnulo nml writes n farco with u Yankeo in It, who'll never nay nnything but 'I veouwt By dollars, wo'ro chawed up!" "Don't you reinonibcr, general," enys Skorrott, "how Hunker Hill interrupted tho ncting of n farco of his? Perhaps Gates will iiinko him iout his lip, iw ho did wlien ho saw you pjinting tho old inortnr Congrens at him and Boston from Prospect hill. Don't you recollect? Wo saw him with a spyglass, and you Raid ho looked like u pelican with a mullet In his jionch. Uy tho way, whuro did you ever seo pelicans?" "When 1 was down to tnko Cuba in cixty-tvrand wo didn't tako it. I'll tell you tho story when I feel brighter. Wo wcro wrecked, and had not n thing but pelicans to eat for two days and fishy grub they nrol" "Well, wo must not despair," nays Skorrett cheerily, Feeing that tho old bravo began to brighten. "Dothpairr Hskm1 Putnam, "who's ngoln to dethpairt 1 tell you, my boy, you'll cat a Connecticut punkin pio with I wish mo yet, in peace and Pomfret, wo had one now for supper." "Thcro's raw material enough about," HkczTCtt said, glancing at tho piles of that pomaceous berry which wallowed nmong tho cornshocks nnd smiled at tho sugary sunbot. "Yes; but thia Is York stato, and pun-ki- n pics off their nativo Connecticut soil nro always a mushy mess, or else tough us buckskin. Kovcr mind, my boy, wo'll sit every man under his own cornstalk, on his own squash nnd wlils-tl'Yankeo Doodle' and call it macaroni yet. It don't look half so dark to mo now on It did In tho Ticouderogy times. Did 1 over tell you tho story how tho Frenchmen and their cussed Indians mauled mo there?" 1 know it would,' "It's coming. thought Peter, at tho Iwginning of this sentence, "and did not bring any cotton to plug my enrol" "Well," continued Put, without wnit-In- g for his companion's answer, "1 shall havo to tell my tnlo another tltno, for hero comes my ordorly with pajwrs to fcign. You remember Sergeant Lincoln, don't you, Bkorrott?" "1 should not rcmombcr much in this world, If ho had not saved my lifo and my memory for mo. Shall I tell you ray story, short? Sceno I Hunker Hill. A British beggar with n bnggonet mukes n point nt Peter Bkcrrctt's rebel buttons on his loft breast. Rebel Sergeant Lincoln twigs, describes n circle with n musket's butt. Sceno II Bunker Hill. A British beggar on his back sees str i and points upward with his baggonot at thoso brass buttons on tho blue sky. In tho dlstauco two pairs of heels nro seen theso," says Peter, lifting his own, And "nnd yours, Sergeant Lincoln. that's what 1 call a model story." "No quid uiinis, certainly. Not a word to sparo, sir," said tho scrgoant, taking Peter's proffered hand. Ho wub a slender, quiet, elderly mnn. Porhnps prematurely ngod by enro or campaigning or a wound, rather than old. Ho handed his papers to tho general and withdrew. "1 guess I'vo got tho only orderly in tho Continental army that can talk Latin," said Put, proud as if this made a Julius Ciesur of himself "Lincoln must havo been a school master boforo ho 'listed." "Thcro's no flavor of birch about him," Bkcrvott rejoined. "Perhaps ho stepped out of a pulpit to tako tho sword." "Ho don't handle tho sword very kindly. Ho'a bravo enough," "But not bloody," interjected Peter. "No. There's men enough that can squint along n bnrrol nnd drop n rodeout and sing out, 'Hooray I another bully gonol' but not innny liko my ordorly. that can tell you why a redcoat lias got to bo a bully and why wo'ro doing our that duty lb 0 oil and man by n dfopjfin on "SYo grow up togcthor, sir, on tho 'cm. 1 toll you, ho in tho ranks to keep Brothcrtoft manor lands. Sho was a tho men's sjerite Is wuth moro than Bllsby, one of tho old families as brisk I could namo with big npplottcs nnd bright a gal as over stepped. Wo on their backs." wero mnrricd nnd traveled just right "Is that tho reason why ho stays in sho nlongsido of mo nnd 1 nlongsido of tho ranks and docs not ask for epauher, pullin well nnd kcopin ovorythiui; lettes?" drnwin. Well, when 1 shouldered nn-J- i "Ho might havo hod them long ago, Lady Brothortoft that's tho Patroon s but ho'a shy of standing up for himself. widow got my wifo to go down to Yi! ': 1 guess he's some timo or other ben nnd bo her maid. It was lottin dov-- .. wowuded in his mind and nil tho impu-dencfor Squiro Dowitt's son's wifo to cat in has run out nt tho wownd." anybody's kitchen. But that's nothing "Liberty, prescrvo mo from snch Tho harm is that Lady Urothork.fi'. phlebotomy'" devoutly ojaculnted Peter. houso is unlucky. Women don't go Int. "But has tho sergeant been with you all it and stay straight Thcro's too much this time?" rod In tho parlors too many rodctau "With my division. But 1 did not 'round. They say that's why tho Pati-inhavo him with mo in Westchester. 1 cleared out and got himself killed, If ho stationed him hero to look after tho Is killed. That's what spoilt my wlfo." stores aud put recruits through tho moSkcrrett's supernatural spirits sank i tions. Now, major, I must look nt theso littlo at this. Thero was an undevelpapers. Co'no to tho council of war tooped truo lover in tho young man, develmorrow nnd glvo us n good word. Wo oped enough to show him what misery shnll want all wo can get. The nows may como from such a wrong as Jierck's. gets worso and worse This very morn"That's why I took to rum," continued ing General Tryon spiteful dog has tho man dismally. "When my company been marauding this sido of Peckskill was ordered to join Old Put nt Pcoksklll, nnd burning up n poor dovil of a villngo and 1 saw nil tho old places whero my nt tho lower edgo of tho Highlands." wifo and I used to do our courtin, nnd "Arson is shabby warfare" said Peter, saw my sister Knto emllln nt hor sweot-hentaking lcavo. nnd inaltin comforters for him, 1 couldn't stnnd it, Thoy nil told mo to 11. PART keep nwny from tho woman But 1 didn't quite belle vo it, you know. So 1 went down to tho manor houso and saw her. Sho didn't dnro to look mo in tho foco. That had to bo drownded Bomo-ho1 drownded It in rum. 1 can't got drunk liko n beast that isn't into mo but 1 haven't been sober ouo hour sinco until Wo came up hero to Fish-kill.- " gen-crnls o rt TWO-CHAPTER away." J. O. BOURNE, J. M. UAIlPHlt, DANIEL BROOKS xWIm "Things do look n littlo dusky for tho good cause," thought Skerrett, as, wearing his buff and 1)1 no coat far too dull n coat for so bright n follow ho stood drinking October next morning, na wo have seen him, before Mrs. Birdsell's cottage. No liner Hguro of a robol walked tho Continental soil unhung. On his nut brown face his blond inustacho lay lovingly curling. "Something is going to hnppcn today," thought tho major. "1 bubble. I shall boll over and iniiko n fool of myself boforo night. 1 am In that ridiculous mood whon n man loves his neighbor as himself, believes in success, wants to tilt nt windmills. Oh, October! you havo intoxicated mot 1 challougo tho world. Hold mc, somebody, or I shall jump over tho Highlands nnd tako Sir Hour' Clinton by tho hair, then up to Saratoga and pick up Jack Burgoyno, knock FhuTr pates together and fling them over tho a, "I'll try," taUl he, "to please you." It wns in tho Skerrett blood to como out red at a pinch. "Stop it now, Jierck. nnd try to forget." "What's tho use?" "Tho uso Is this. Wo wcro ull proud of you as a crack man. Wo cannot sparo you. You know as well ns 1 do whnt wo nro fighting for. Tho cause cannot sparo you. Stand to your guns now liko a man ngainst King Gcorgo and Old Jamaica." Tho sentinel was manned by thoso Major Skurrott." Up went his head nnd his courage "That's right," says tho major; "and wo'll havo a fling nt tho enemy togothor boforo I go, and spiko a gun for him." "I must tako another sip of October nfter that," thought Skorrott, as ho walked on toward tho farmhouso. Ho halted on tho steps and inspected tho sceno. Immediately Sergeant Lincoln appeared nt tho cornor of tho houso. A wiggy negro accompanied him. "Mako way for tho lord chancellor'" 6nys Skorrott to himself, ns this grny headed, dusky dignitary loomed up. "If 1 am over elected judgo 1 shnll tako that old follow's scalp for a wig. And his manners, too! Ho seems to bo laying down tho law to tho sergeant, so flat that It will never stir ngnln. fellow, this ordorly who quotes Latin. I'd like to boIvo him nnd offor him sympnthy, If ho has had tho 'wownd old Put talks of. 1 owo him a euro for saving mo from n kill." Tho two passed by in eager conversation. Skerrett turood and entered the farmhouso whero tho ofllcers of Putnam's army wore sighing ovor blunders past nnd clnborating schemes for tho won-drousl- y Mys-terioti- B hearty words nnd tones. "I'll try," said ho. "to pleaso you. o Atlantic." A man's legs gallop when his blood and spirits are trailing nfter such n fashion. It did not take tho major any considerable portion of eternity to measure off tho furlongs of cultivated plain between Fishkill village and Putnam's In fact ho had need to headquarters. dispatch. Ho had slept lato after his journoy. Tho council would bo assembled and already muddling their brains over tho situation. Tho Vnn Wyck farmhouso Btood nnd still stands with its back to tho road and lbs front to tho Highlands. "Not much clank uud pomp and pageantry In this nnny of Israel Putnam," thought Skerrett. "No tents! Men uro barracked in barns, 1 suppose, or sleep under cornstalks, with pumpkins for But probably pillows. No sentinels! ovcry man keeps his eyes peeled and his ears pricked up for tho tramp of British brogaus or Hessian boots on tho soil." Thero was, however, a sentry standing at tho unhinged gnto In tho decimated paling of tho farmyard. Ho turned his back nnd paced to tho end of his beat as Major Skerrett approached. "Ahal" thought tho latter, "Jlorck Dowitt is iw quick sighted as ever. Ho wnnts to dodgo mo. Poor fellow! Dot-tl- o has got him again, 1 fear. Why can't man bp satisfied with atmosphcro and cut alcohol?" Bkorrott entered tho gnto and hailed. 1 future. Potcr's seedy coat was freshness and eleganco compared to tho scarecrow uniforms it now encountered. Our Revolutionary ofllcors wero braves nt heart, but mostly Guys in costuma TER PART HL "Ah, in on camaradol ma bcllo Moustache! My Pet are I" cried Colonel La Radlero, os Skerrett entered. "Soyoz lo bienvenu!" Tho nrdent Parisian officer of engineers rushod forward and ombracod his young friend with effusion. "Glad to boo you, Peter!" says Captain Livingston, a dry follow, son of tho "Now, Rodiero, there's a second man who talks French, to flro back your Bacroblous. Mol ot Anthony's Noso Bommca fatigues a vous falro echo." -Come, boys," says old Put, "talk Continental I" Tho othor officers in turn mado Skorrott wclcomo, nnd tho business of browing blunders wont on. "Woll," said Putnam nt lost, "wo'vo dlscussod and discussed, nnd I don't seo that thoro's nny way of getting a crack at tho enemy unless ono of you boys wants to swim down tho river with a torch in his teeth and set ono of thoso frigates below tho Highlands on flro. Who speaks?" "Cold" wonthor for swimming," says Livingston. "Woll, boys, you must contrivo something to kcop our spirits up," Putnam resnmod. "Whon I was up to Fort TI t, in eighteen hundred and and fighting was dull, wo used to go out alono nnd bushwhack for a private parTWO-CHAPPa-troo- u. fifty-eigh- "Jlorck!" Tho sentinol turned aud saluted. A clear case of bottlo. Tho colony of Jamaica was n moro important ally to Grcnt Britain in tho Revolution than Is generally known. Ahl if jwoplo would only tnko tholr rum Intent in its molasses and pour out their undistllled tod d led on tholr buckwheat cakes! "Jlorck," said tho major kindly, "you promised mo you would not touch It." "So I did," enys tho man, inflicting on himself tho capital puulshmont of hanging his head; "nnd I kep stiff m tho lord chancellor till 1 got back homo to Pcoksklll below hero. There 1 found my wlfo had gono wrong." Tho poor follow choked. A bad wlfo la a )nck doeo. ticular Indian." "Perhaps I can offer n suggestion," said Major Scrammol, Putnam's othor aldo, tho room after a brief absence Scrammol was a handsoinlsu man with Ho marked his words and glanced about tho circlo. His eyes tested upon BROOKS & CO., Livingston last. "Oho!" says that gentleman. "1 bo-gto comprehoud. You mean to uso tho Brothertoft major domo ns Colonel -r-- g Barton did his man Priuco at Newport. Woollyhcad's skull is to butt through CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. Kerr's bedroom door at dead of night. Then enter Scrammcl, puts a pistol to his captive's templo nnd marches him LOUISVILLE, KY. off to Fishkill. Dnivo! Bcllo ideo, nest BOURBON STOCK YARDS. co pas, mon colonel?" A large number ot "Mngniflquel" rejoined Rodiore "1 folicit thro of it, my Scaramcllo." "Now, boys!" Bays Put, "this begins At the 07 to sound liko business. Wo need somo important fellow, liko Kerr, taken prisoner and brought bore, to keep our spirFor next fall delivery. Order what you want its up. Tho thing's easy enough and Anything we haven't on hand, we will procure 1 was twenty years safo enough. If it for you at the lowest ratts. younger, general or no general, I'd Capital Stock $25,000. ZACK. GREEN, mako a dash to cut him out. Who volManager Hardinsburg Nursery. to capturo tho adjutant?" unteers UARDIN8BURO ,KY "I remember myself," said Radiero B. F. BEARD, Preitdent. " Viey catch you tn their Una ft U gravoly, "of a billot, very short, very hangmy luilncts." WILL MILLER, "Blazo away, Scrammol P said his sharp, which our chief wrote to Sir Clinton lately. It was of ono Edmund general; "you always havo somo M. II. BEARD, Ctihler. Palmer, taken so this billet said as or other in your head." ono espy, condemned as ono espy and "Lady Brothortof t's nigger, tho butler, "J hanged as espy. Sir Clinton waits to O. W. BEARD . Is up horo with tho latest nows from nnswor thnt littlo billet. But I do not MORRIS ESKRIDOEV - Dire tor I havo just been out to speak to J wish to rend in his responso tho namo of R. M. JOLLY. him." ono of my young friends taken as espy "What, Scrammol I" says Livingston, INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS hang-ged.- " sotto voco. "A billot-dou- x from tho and "Why does not Scrammol execute fair Lucy." "LnplusbolloporsonnoenAmeriquo!" Scrammel's plan?" asked Livingston. e "I ennnot bo spared," tho aid-tiRadiero sighs. "You don't except tho mother?" Liv- camp responded. "Oh, yes, never mind mot" cried the ingston inqnircd; "that mature, maggoneral. "Skerrett, here, can fill your nificent Amazon!" OJJice over Fayne fc Co'i Hardware Store. place; or Humphreys can stop writing "No," rcplifd tho Frenchman, laboridoggerel nnd do doublo duty." n ously building, brick by brick, a OLOVEBPORT. KY. Scrammol evidently wns not eager to sentence. "Tho mother of lenvo a vacancy, or to gag his brother Louisville, St Louis &Texas R. B. Co. tho dnughtaro is too much in tho Ladio muse 1 Macqnobcth. figuro to myself a "Why don't you volunteer vourself, ponlnrd, onormous sharpo, In her flno nuhito hand, aud at my heart. 1 seem Livingston?" ho said. "You know tue to boo herpootzo pardonl tho poison in country and tho houso, and seemed to be Tukliiif tifiuci tho basin tho bowl tho gobbelit. I woll up in tho method of Prescott's capAt SiOO o'clck A. tl. Wedneaday Juh 29. '91 turo at Newport." say. 'Radiero, caro thyself! It is ndamo "I havo not my reputation to mako," who knows to stab.' Mais, Mces Luciel Ea$t Hound TVairw said tho othor haughtily. Indeed his Wat Hound Traint Ah, e'est autro cliosol" 62 I M reckless pluck was well known. "But 63 "Come, Scrammol!" Pntnam said imMail 4 Mall A I'm desperately lazy," which was equal- Expr'i Bxpr'i STATIONS Expr' IKxpr', patiently; "wo nro wniting for your ly n notorious fact. nows." Dally Dally Dally Dally In tho present quandary all oyca turned "Tho nigger stolo away on somo busi9 05prr. 625pm 7tfam Iv.Un'n p't..ar 100 850 6 40 800 jveniucKy si. 12 45 ness of his own, which ho is mysterious to Peter Skerrett. 805 841 West Point 12 06 "Goneral," said ho, "I Beom to bo tho 720 about: but ho tolls mo that his mistress 1202pm 802 45 Howard 8 7 24 9 00 consoled heriolf nt onco for our retire- only unattached officer presont. NothItock Haven 11 45am Ul 7 47 740 Long 11 ranch 1138 90S 767 ment from Peokskill nfter wo lost tho ing can bo dono now about my mission 731 Ilrandenburg 1129 917 I do not lovo to bo idlo. Allow mo to 8 07 727 forts. Sho had somo of hor friends from 9 21 Meade Spring 1125 811 723 1119 926 Hkron volunteer in this sorvico if you think it 817 tho British ships nnd Clinton's nnny at 715 1111 934 Guiton 827 Important." her houso as soon ns wo wero gono." 665 1102 Irvlnirton 8 37 9 44 6 48 1063 Old Put began to look grave "You 8 47 9 .12 Webiter "I bolievo bIio Is as dangerous n Tory 10 45 6 40 Lodlburg 1000 as lives In nil Westchester," said tho risk your lifo. If thoy catch you In 865 631 1035 10 10 Pierce 905 their linos it is hanging business." 1030 626 Simple 1015 911 general. "Sho ought to bo put in 618 Stephentport 1023 1023 9 21 "I know this morning," thought tho 925 1027 1018 613 Addison major, "that 1 should mako a fool of 930 1030 610 1015 Holt "What! aftor all thoso dinners of hero 1001 667 Cloverport 1044 9 43 myself licforo night. I havol" wo havo eaten, general?" says Living-ito9 67 663 Shopi 961 "No dangor, general," ho said aloud. 1001 1060 9 44 6 40 'Skillman 1100 630 933 Hawcivllle "I'vo got tho knack of this work. I liko 1010 1111 "1 wish tho dinners wcro out of mo 9 26 622 Petrlc it better than tho decapitation part of 1018 1118 615 920 1124 Falcon ind had novcr been in mo," Old Put 1024 Cayce 611 915 11 2 Headquarters for my trade" 10 28 sheepishly. "I'm nfraid wo used 909 605 Lewltport 1135 1034 "Ah, Skorrott!" Livingston says, "I 1060 1162-to talk too much after her Madeira." 4 48 861 l'owvrs 837 435 Pate 1207pm Tho council was evidently of that don't fool so lazy as I did. Tako mo 1102 827 425 Owentboro Ull 1216 opinion, as n look whisking about tho with you.. I know this country by 1121 413 815 Mattlngly 1227 leagues and by inches." 4 01 806 Stanley Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mien 1236 1131 circlo testified. 365 765 Worthlneton 1140 "No, Harry. General Putnam cannot 1165 1246 "Tho old nigger tells mo," ho wns sayig&n Piaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil 337 SpotUvllle 737 1U4 sparo his punster. Ono officer is enough. 1205pm 111 flatkctts 329 729 ing, "thnt Sir Henry Clinton nnd his by the Barrel, Piaster Hair, 12204m 125pm ar.IIendett'n lvj 7154m 315pm I shall tako Jierck Dowitt for my spent tho night nfter Forts ClinHo knows tho Brothortoft ton nnd Montgomery wero tnkon quietly & manor country." LouisviMe,HardInsburg & Western R, R, nt Brothortoft manor houso." Brick, Plow Handlos, Pine Flooring "Empty Jiorck of rum, cork him and "Well." Bald tho gonoral, "then they No. 2 TIME TABLE. kept on hand. Orders achad a better night than wo had, run- green seal him, mouth nnd noso, nnd TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. ning away through tho Highlands. Wo thero cannot bo a better mau." companied by cash prompt "Sinco you will go, you must," says Weit Bound Traint Bait Hound Tralni can't protect our friends. If tho enemy ly dllnrl. Daijy Daily havo only mado thomBolvcs welcomo Put. "By tho way, if you wuut n Daily Dally steady man, tnko Sergeant Lin- ex Sun. ex Sun, STATIONS, I ex Sun. ex Sun at tho manor houso instead of burning stench, No. 8 Ho. 6 No.5 No.l It for its hospitality to us, madam is coln. Ho somehow knows this country 11 30am I.v IrvlnKton Ar 9 30am ns if ho had crept ovor it from tho cralucky." 8 35 1210pm Garfield 12 25 Harned 815 "Sho seems to havo mado hor now dle Whero is that negro of Lady Hardlntburg 1242 760 Scrammol?" guests wclcomo. Tho niggor thinks sho Brothcrtoft's, Kirk 118 715 Jolly 7 05 ISO "I left him talking to Lincoln. Major know thoy wero coming." Glendcane 148 will pay you to 644 "By Goorgo! by Congrcsst I moan," Skerrett will easily find him." 6 34 165 Dempster "Ho was my wiggy friend," thought 215pm ar Pallsltourhlv 614am says Put, wincing, "if I overgot back to visit our establish 260 Hockvale 654 Skorrott Peokskill" 3 02 6 29 lluth "Don't fuil to bag Kerr," says Liv314 Atkins 6 21 "Sho seems to think, according to hor ment "when you 329 Oakt 600 butlor's story, flint you aro novor to ingston. "Ho wanta a Yankeo educa400pm ArFordtvilleLv 4 45am tion. So docs all England." get ready to purcomo back," Scrammol struck in. (To bo Continued. "If that is all the nows you havo to chase your PALL toll, by way of keeping our spirits up, you might as well have been silent, sir!" apparel. growls Putnam. go to Hardinsburg call on R. E. "It'H not all," Scrammol resumed. Mattlngly for tlio bc6t frinea JNO. D. BABBAGE, "Tho niggor thinks thoy nro getting up and liquors, somo now expedition. But whether thoy do or not tho adjutant don't go. Ho is THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIR J.INE. to stay somo days nt tho manor." "Lord Rnwdon, isn't it?" Put asked. (L. E. A ST. L. R. R.) of bnnr and lunch all for 5 "Woll, ho is a gentleman and n flno follownot ono of thoso arrogant, insolent cento at SHORTEST, QUICKEST dogs that rilo us so.". "Not Rawdon.t Ho was tube. But AND BEST LINK TO Major Kerr got tho appointment by family lnlluonco.-'- ' HARDINSBURQ. KY. AND ALL POINTS "Kurrl c'ost chlon, u'est co pas?" whlsporod Radiero to Livingston. South-Wes- t, GO TO "Yos," returned tho captain; "and blood-purifi- er this Kerr ia a sad dog. Ho bit ScramC. Time-C&io Effect Jul; 31, 1892. mol onco badly nt cards in Now York boforo tho war. Scrammol don't forLr.. Louisville 8:05 a.ta..,8i2S p.m...4i2ir p.m. Ten miles South of Cloverport on Arr St. Lonls 7tJ0 pm ...0:45 a m give Ho hates Kerr, nnd means to bite theBowling Green road, and get KransvllU 1:J0 " 10:00p.m. back. Hoar him snarl now I" Men's llooti it $2.7& to $1.60 For farther ItfornittloB, call os or addrtti, "Tho HonorabloIajor Kerr," Scmm-mBoyi' Boots at 1 65 to 90 eti. ft. A CAMPBELL,, continued, "third sou or tho Earl of " 1.00 to 50 FbawU Osn'l Pats. Eranitllle, lad. 6 to Prints " Bondlgh, adjutant gonoral to Clinton's i ' 50 to 35 " Men's shirts " WANTED. forces, a fellow who hates us and abuses J. B CAMPBELL, Will Otber thngi correspondingly cheap, and also shnvetl 100,000 hoop-pole- s ns and maltreats our prisoners, but an D. P. A. LoulivllU, Kjr exchange cmxls for butter, ejrft, feathers, officer of Importance, is staying and to hoops In largo quantities. Best market hides, dried fruit, chloltens, etc. CltTTIeket Office. W. Cor. Third Mala St prices paid. For further information stay soveral days, the only guest, at LoollYllle, Ky. 0. W. STONE JfcVjiiV call on or address, Brothortoft manor house Let me see; Ciiab. May, Clovorport, Ky, . It can'jt bo moro thai) twenty miles B0UBNE, HARPER, in Commission Salesmen of Live Stock BANK FRUIT TREES HAEDINSBUEG Hardinsburg Nursery, nm-bu- Save Your Money I -- USE T R Dr .J. M. Clayton, Physician Surgeon. Bewleyville,Ky. Gallo-Amorica- No Credit Prices I is. TIME SCHEDULE Everything Marked in usro. Plain Figures. Will give you more N.J V for your produce than any house that will pay Goods nominally a higher price than it can be sold at. you n. GREGORY & CO.. m Reapers and Mowers, Poplar Shingles nt p. Pine yi I Gents ! It TO EXPEL SCROFULA take from the system, WHEN YOU - A SCHOONER AVER'S tonic. Sarsaparilla the standard 8. 1 MATTINGS, St. Louis, Evansville ol Cures Others you. will cure It and West and rd W. STONE'S STORE Aft-'t- i wffqpupjmpjVVjjpppiPWi-- u - -- i mi ',m pii wm li m i;!"""? - 5 &4mMttitoaaatm:4b.i WnTbiu i (, 1 gaww sr THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS, GLOYERPORT, Breckenridge News. 181)2, KY. WEDNESDAY, DECEMUEU 7, LOOAL BREVITIES. J Mrs. Olios. I). Skillman is quite sick. Head D'Huy's advertisement For "Oh My" mirrors, go to Babbagc's. D'Huy's grand opening on the Oth and 10th. To savo elbow grease, ""uso Sulzer's soaps. Mr. J. A. Barry went to Brandenburg Monday. Keep out tho cold by using Sulzer's underwear. Hon. I). It. Murray and wife went to Iiiilsvlllo Monday. dipt; Marion Ityan was in tho city Saturday and Sunday. Spread one of Sulzer's table cloths on your Christinas tablo. Mr. and Mrs. D. Stowart Miller, of Deanfiold, were in the city last week. . Miss Adda Frlel, of Cannclton, was visiting Miss Stella Mullen last week. John Thixton, of Thixton, Millett & Co., Owcnsboro, was in the city yesterday. Born, to tho wife of Clarence Keith, December 3d, a boy, Lonnio Lallclst to-da- Keith. Miss Etta Halo went to Henderson Monday to spend several weeks visiting relatives. Your sweetheart will thank you for buying that box of handkerchiefs for her at Sulzer's. Chas. 1. Sawyer has accepted a position with W. V. Monarch & Co., of Owensboro. Mrs.;Mat. Cunningham, of Derby, is in the city visiting Mrs. Minnio O'Ncil and Mrs. Crosson. Mack Walls, Peto Mosey and Zack Cox, of near Stcphensport, were in tho city Monday. Will Watkins, of St. Joseph, Mo., is in the city circulating among his relatives and friends. Miss Jennie Mullen returned homo ,. lost week from , Iwre-an- '.Yliilesvillo. Tho strainer Tell City has a new whistle, that doesn't remind us of anything wo over heard before. Will Winchester, tho brakeman that got his hand crushed somo time ago, is considerably better. Tho gas motor in East Clovcrport has been moved from tho well np to tho cornor of High and Second streets. Don't send your clothes off and get half of them back half laundried, but send thcin to tho Cloverport Laundry. John Cone, tho clever and accommodating notion drummer, of Louisville, Is in tho city discussing business with tho merchants. Chas. Elder and Joo Livers, of Mooloy-villpassed down tho river with a shingle-bloc- k raft Friday night, en routo to Hawesvillo. Mr. David Oglesby, who has been to Hot Springs, Ark., for several weeks on account of ill health, returned homo Friday much improved. V. B. Burton bought four lots on Fourth street on tho hill Monday of tho Allen estate, and will immediately build four new houses, which will bo for rent. Mernnrd'womon prematurely gray and whoso hair was falling, aro enthusiastic in praising Hall's Hair Renowor for restoring the color and preventing baldness. David S. Murray, superintendent of tho Rocky Mountain Telephone Company, Salt Lake City, Utah, is in tho city visiting his father, Judge J. A. Murray and other relatives. For pain in the stomach, colic and cholera morbus there is nothing better than Chamberlain's colic, cholera and diarrhten remedy. For sale by A. It. Fisher. " The farmers aro delivering tobacco in t largo quantities. Tho tobacco handlers hcWhavo already made oxtensivo purchases nd compared with other seasons tho prices riaid aro good. II. F. Payne and Thos. Lyddan, Webr, ster; Balu Nimmo, Custer; 8. M. West View; Mich. Meyer, Har-neJolly Mealjc7, 'Squlro Black and Zeno HondiiCk, Hardinsburg; were passengers qn tho cast bound train for Louis vlllo Monday, Patterson, who is now at liss tho St. Josbph's Infirmary, Louisville, attending tlio sick bed of hor father, James L.Wattereon, writes that Mr. Patterson ds sinking rapidly and that tho docton&ay there is but little hopes, if any, for recovery. Tho steamer J, K. Speed, tho first big Momphl foot out, passed down Friday with tint dismantled. James Guthrio in tow, taking her to Calro'to be converted into a wharfboat. It was tho slowest trip tho "Dandy Jim." over made down tho Ohio. This is a beautiful situation, high and dry, whero you can ) oslc down upon l Ohio your neighbor, vlow in her mcandorings for im.ps and watch tho palaclal steamers as they ply upon her silvery bosom. It is tho most do-- si ruble place in tho world to livo, and thoro aro more lots up there for sale. J, K. Keith & Son., erected a family monument of Aberdeen Scotland granato last Saturday at Hawesvillo for Jos, L. Ireland. It was largo aild eight feet high. Kolth &Soa imported this monument and it is tho first of tho' kind over in tho county. Aberdeon granato Is said to bo tho best in tho world for out-dowork. Billy Brown, tho bricklayer, lias conir plcted a now culvert across Flint, street at its intersection with High street, and is building another ono across, Wall street at its Intersection with Elm street. These are fine, large culverts, made of vitrified brick, and are there to stay for all time. It is an Improvement of the right kind, and tho council deserves credit for tho work. a.nJcasant-.ylsjL.to-OwehS-o, Hen-ninged; 1 ; 4, Joie ls thty-autlfu- A brilliant drive, boo D'Huy's ad. Economy for revenue only Sulzer's. Be sure and read D'Huy's advertisement. The early buyer gets tho bargains at Sulzer's. Sulzer clothes tho needy at a very low price. Arthur Hayncs, of Union Star, spent Sunday in tho city. Mrs. John Tanner was visiting in Louisvillo last week. Draw your Christmas inspiration from Sulzer's choice stock. Good work and reasonable prices at tho Cloverport Laundry. Father Hennesoy and Naco Lewis went to Louisvillo Monday. Miss Addio Ditto, Brandenburg, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. D. Babbage. John H. Hix, of Victoria, was in tho city yesterday and subscribed for the News. Born, to ,tho wife of It. W . Lowir, Decomber 4th, n fine boy, weight 12 pounds. Regular service will bo held in tho Presbyterian church by tho pastor noxt Sabbath. Mrs. George Chick, of Mt. Sterling, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Robt. Moorman. Don't wear dirty clothes, for tho Cloverport Steam Laundry is in operation every day. Mr. A. M. Glasgow, of Stephensport, camo down Sunday and spent the day in tho city. Mrs. C. D. Templo, who has bet n quito sick for a couplo of weeks, Is convalescent. This greatest modiclno known is sold at 25 and 5o cents per package nt Short & Hayncs. Tho infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Beavin, Mattingly, died very suddenly Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jabo Haynes and little daughter, of Union Star, were in tho city shopping last Friday. Mrs. J. D. Brashear, of Owonsboro, js in tho city tho guest of hjr- - gister," Mr?. Jabinc, at the Cloverport Hotel. Billy Ditto, of Brandenburg, was in tho city Sunday tho guest of his brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Babbage. Mr. C. C. Martin moved his drug store across tho creek last week and is now in the Now York store on Wall street. Tho U. S. snag boat, E. A Woodruff passed up Saturday and removed a dangerous log that was lodged in the landing over at Tobinsport. Piles of Peoplo havo piles, but Witch Hazel Salvo will euro them. Short & Haynes, Clovcrport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Why is it that Dick's clothes look nicer and cleaner than Tom's and Harry's ? It is becauso Dick has his at tho Clovcrport. clothes laundried Steam Laundry. Henry Bymun, colored, struck Hester Cook, colored, in tho back with a brick back, down at tho Incubator ono day last week and was fined $5 with trimmings in tho City Court. Sweet breath, sweet stomach, eweet temper, all result from tho uso of Do Witt's Little Early Risers, tho famous little pills. Short & Haynes, Cloverport; and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg. Mrs. R. L. Newsom is having her tenant houso on Railroad street moved further back into tho lot and will build an addition of two rooms in front. The house will bo for rent. Small in size, great in results: Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers. Best pills for Constipation, best for Sick Headache, best for Sour Stomach. They never gripo. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Benedict Beavin has repnlnlol tho Martin property, which ho has recently purchased, and is preparing to start up Ho has just returned from business. Cincinnati whero ho purchased an now bar and fixtures, and he will bo ready to open in a few days. Dr. J. II. W. Frank, Hon. Chas. Ulan-forMessrs. T. J. Jolly, W. P. Holt, A. It. Morris and Geo. Paul, of Bowloyville, wero In tho city several days last week organizing tho Royal Arch Chapter. They wero nicely entertained by their Masonic brothers of tho city. Tlio Bewloyvillo Royal Arch, Chapter No, 00, having been removed to Cloverport somctimo ago, was reorganized in this city last Friday, Dec. 2d. with a good membership, and tho following ollicors: J. II. W. Frank, II. P.; T. J. Jolly, K.; C. W. Moorman, S ; Dr. J. M. This ii the only Clayton, Secretary. Royal Arch Chapter in tho county. Tho next regular meeting will bo tlio first Friday in January, 1803. Pierce's coal yard Is just now doing a good business. This is something that the city has been needing for somo time, and Bob. Piorco has struck tho Tho mines being bo close, no ono had over thought it worth his while to start a coal yard in Cloverport, but tho people and especially tho poor people, find it mora convenient to buy coal by tho load when they want it, than it was to lay in a winter's supply in tho fall. Some jokey citizen in East Clovcrport did a pig tail up in a iiice packago Monday and sent it tn his neighbor. The neighbor "caught on" and sent it to his noxt door neighbor, who In turn kept It going. It passed throught this ofllco in tho afternoon, and so kept on its way 'till most every man in the city had had it tn possession. At lost somo wag sent it to a lady and it wont tho rounds again aniong tho women. When last heard from it had completed tho tour of Cow-hcyesterday evening and had started down tho stato road towards Hawesvillo. Don't anybody head It off. De-Wit- t's eU-ga- nt d, koy-note. ol NORTHAMPTON. Henry Winter. WHAT IT IS NOW AND SOME OF Wm J. Winter. Johu M. Borntraeaer. ITS HISTORY. THE HOME OF THE WASHING-TONS- . COME This Week For Bargains In Honest Louisville Made Clothing, the best in Town. Don't Expect Us To Publish Price-List- s. Why tho Stars and Stripes was Adopted as tho National Emblem of the IT. S. AN IWhat Do I 1 INTIIItKSTIMi: IiRTTIHt. I'VCIILKY, KBTTKIllXCI, iSOHTIIAMITONSIIIItK, E.VO., BonBewlcy has returned Irom Colorado. Mrs. Coosa KooniiB has returned from Hnrtsvillc, Ind. Mr. Henry Brown has returned from Louisville much Improved in health. Dr. Baxter is out now and getting a hustle on him, he has tho field to himself. Tlio personal effects of Mrs. Lethe Ann Buford, deceased, was disposed of at public auction tho lllth. Typlmid fever having raged all fall in tho Dugan neighborhood, has subsided since the approach of winter. Mrs. Marshall Brown and daughter HarMiss Clara, son Claude, grand-sovey and Miss Claudio Board visited Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Triplet near Rosetta last week, Mrs. Nettie Ichuherr (neo Smith formerly of this neighborhood) and babe, after spending several weeks with relatives and friends here, returned a few days sinco to their home near Steelville, Ind. Some Dr. having started the rumor to tho effect, that cats carry the germ of Scarlet fover from houso to houso, somo people here aro loading their guns preparatory for demolishing the first stray cat that invades their premises. Mrs. James Haynes, whoso lifo is fast ebbing away from tho effect of a cancer, accompanied by her daughter, Miss Ella, spent tho first day of tho month with Mrs. Nancy Haynes. Mrs. Haynes when bidding her mother goodbye, told her she would never bo nblo to como to see her again. She Is growing weaker very fast. Another voter has mado his advent at tho homo of Mr. J. Y. Bennett, though his sentiments aro not easily divined. Ho doesn't squall liko a democrat, seems to bo musing. His father Is a republican and his mother a democrat, he is almost certain to split tho difference and raise a third party howl. Old undo George Neff and Martha Burch, of sablo darkness, were united In tho holy bonds of matrimony a few days since, Rev. Anderson Goodman of Brandenburg officiating. Tho groom reminds us so much of Old "Uncle Ned" of legendary momory. Tho silver threads that still cling to tho sides of his head aud meander around his face, give to him n patriarchal appearance, yet, thoro Is a youthful twinkle In his aged oyes whon the verso ho repeats to his better-hal- f sho loved so well to hoar a few weeks Tho laws of health aro taught in tho since when ho sat on the stile, whilo schools; but not in a way to bo of much his dulcet voico accompanied by his old practical benefit and are never illustrated violin rang out on tho midnight air. Cum thlnln' out, me fairest lub, by living examples, which in many cases I)c star mil In de iKy) might easily bo done. If somo scholar lieadt Hut toon dey'll hlile tier who has just contracted a cold was Hf you Jut' wlnK yo' eye. De Katydids am callln.' lub, brought before tho school so that all From eb'ry wilier tree, could hear tho dry, loud cough and know An de Katydldn'tt holler bacK- coatits significance;. seo the thin white Cum out my lub, an' see. ing on the tonguo and later, as tho cold Can't he bealenl Mr.J. O. Wlttl. Nine Mound dovoloped, sco the profuso watery expectoration and thin watery dischargo from III., writes! "1 have used Salvation Oil with wonderful success for Inflammatory rheumatism tho nose, not ono of them would ever In my foot. It cannot be beat." symptoms cf a cold forget what the first Parks-Stifwero. Tho scholar should then be given Chamberlain's Cough Rcmody freely, ovonlng ot tho 27th tilt., at 2:110 On tho that all might sco that ovon a soverocold o'clock, at the residence of tho bride's could bo cured in ono or two days, or at father, Mr. S. A. Stiff, near Raymond, least greatly mitigated, when proporly Miss Wildle Stiff was married to Mr. treated as soon as the first symptoms ap Jesso Parks, Rev. Morris officiating. Tho pear. This remedy Is famous for Its cures bride woo beautifully attired in gray of coughs, colds and croup. It is made broad-clot- h with feather trimmings. especially for these diseases and is the Immediately after tho ceromony tho most prompt and most reliable medicine bridal party left for tho resldenco ql tho known for the purpose. 25 and 50 cent groom's father, Mr. S. A. Parks, whero bottles for salo by A. R. Fisher. nil elegant supior was sorved. u f. November, 21, 1802.J Bkeckeniudob News: I received tho Brcckenridgo News safe and enjoy reading It very much. Somo of the editors hero do not sco how such a small town as Cloverport can support a paper, I tell them you do not have to glvo about 75 per cent to a pack of Royal humbugs as they do in England. What with Royal and Government taxes this country is in a terriblo state ; thousands are wanting bread at tho present time. If it interests you I will tell you a littlo about Northampton and somo of its surroundings. Northampton is an ancient town of somo 50,000 inhabitants, and tho centre of tho boot aud shoo industry. Iron foundries also are numerous in tho surrounding districts, liko other old towns in England. Battles and sieges ; Royal visits, and parliaments have all in turn been seen here. Tho old castlo has been turned Into a railway station since I left homo. Somo of tho other old buildings aro tho St. Sepulchro church built by tho Knights Templars on tho plan of tho sepulchro at Jerusalem. This is ono of tho four yet remaining in England, and is both beautiful and highly interesting. There is tho Town halls, Shlro Halls and old gaols, whero tho witches wero burnt at tho stako. Not far from Northampton is the Irish church of Great Britian, long used ns tho mausoleums of tho Spencer family. Few who visit this quiet spot would imagine how intimately it is connected with Amorira's Flag, tho Stars and Stripes. But intimately connected it is, and to how great an extent will be shown by tho following: In thoaisloof the church is ono of thoso brasses so frequently to be met with in the old parish churches of England. This brass bears an inscrip ion stating that Robert Washington, of Sulgrave, in tho county of Northampton, and Elizabeth Washington, his wife, wero buried in tho church in tho year 1022. Should you go to tho villiago of Sulgrave you will, in tho parish church, find further facts relating to tho Washington family. Hero aro more brasses, prominent among them being ono to the jiemory of Lawrence Washington, twico mayor of Northampton, first in 1032 and again in 1545. More interesting but not so prominent is a brass of a Bhleld in the pavement of tho church and nlthough tho feet of generations of worshipers havo so worn it away that some difficulty is experienced in discovering tho matter tho shield contains, one may still trace on tins' brass tho annsof the Washington family tho "Stars and Stripes", these arms aro also tobo seen abovo the porch of tho old Manor houso in which the Washington family resided. Tho first president of America was a direct descendant of Lawrence Washington, of Sulgravo, for tho great grandson of tho Mayor of Northampton, John Washington, who was knighted at Newmarket in tho "year 1022, emigrated to Bridges Creek, Auwrica in 1057. Tho great grandson of Sir John Washington was no other than Gcorgo, first president of America, whoso follow citizens paid tho compliment of adopting his armorial bearings as tho national emblem of the U. 8. of America. I havo been to tho Islo of Wight for a week and I will tell you a littlo about that beautiful Island in my next letter. You re truly, .' Jam. E. Bucki.y. EniToit Wish? Something nice for Christmas ? Well, you can find a host of Wll We Don't Want to Humbug The People. COME. things at SULZER'S. Julius Winter & Co., (011 Reliable" Clothiers Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky -- Now, Pull ran Oh! m 1 And come right down to Sulzer's where the largest assortment of Holiday Goods can be found. sirocco. The Nosegay-es- s. Not long since in the ltrcckcnrlilj-- c N'ltws, Appeared a "Nosegay of Cloverport lludes," Caused by nn "merdoe," but crude, Supply of wit (?) and smartness Thlt written by a Jealous frrak. One of the kind who always seek To Rive it blow for the slightest tweak; And is said to pottctt alertness. And, if Kivcn a chance, will go on With their sarcasm (?) wit (r) and soon, 'Till you thjtik that you could sit on Them without the least compunction. Responding to the welcome call, We take our "tjllie" down from the wall, And shareii it with hitter "Ball," To make it perform its function. We are given lhU"joli" to acngc the wrong, Done the dudes, to which our friends belong, And now we journey our path along With mighty fear and trembling. A pair of blonde beauties first meets our gate, A pal' that it' mighty hard to "fare," For they, at their gate, try their best tn daie The boys, without dissembling. The elder of these, I don't know, but 'tis said, Has caught a "furrlner" not much read In the "subtle art," and he was led On by the younger lister, Who wishes to get "Kv" out of the way, (Who Is aS now, if she'i a day.) That she may come on the turl and slay That wily, bald man who kissed her. We neat meet a maiden "fair to sect" In fact the It quite "up a tree," Hut her "man" it goi.e, to you'd best let her be, For she's best at the art of "loitering," And at the end will give you the ''tack." She weight 175, and it now nn the back 1. 1st, but goet the gaitt and, I hear for a fact, That the it always cavorting. Hut the stopped rather suddenly. 'TIs ia'd, That on Saturday night the fell out of bed. We thought the comet had struck us, predicted Knew You'd Get It. I Everybody does that trades at Sulzer's. They're bound to please their customers. rai o - fxf L Be happy whilo you live for you will be a long time dead, and to bo happy you should not fail to visit us within the next ten days, and if you do bo, you will not go away ompty handed, for our stock will be running over with attractive, valuable and suitable things for all. No pains have been spared to have our house contain something for Father, Mother and tho Children. by'lted,' Hut it wat only her collar bone mapping. Wc now reach the pcach,the 'Tit laid that the would have been Satellle'a Qjiecn, Had the been the one to appoint but I deem That you've heard it, tu there's no use talking. Wc present neat the book. worm, who It well read In all the science! living and dead, Hut best In the 'living,' and I've heard it tald, That the would reduce by much walking. You all know "Jason," she you meet Always at the dcint, and at timet on the street, Courting all day, but takes u back seat At night, for the 'freak' then holds sway. The dlgnificd(?) young lady, once belle of the B. P. BEAED & COMPANY. IIAKDINSBURG, KY. town, Having tired ot tuch very local renown, Una gone hence, and they tay her signs handed down To be picked up at tome later day Wc now reach the climax of all the 'dudencs,' The auburn-haire- d beauty, the 'fain pat amines,' Who'totct' the lathlonlnher'Wuuteaii coatlne,' If you follow, she'll lead to perdition. And I've heard it taid that beneath this coatlne, 'Twouliln't do to examine, for people who've teen, Say that fashion In general would scarcely lean Towardt tills tort of condition. He tills at It may, she It not quite a fake, Fur In intellctual circlet the quite takes the cake; And for aarcasm(r) wlt(f, and tuch like the cun take Down the tlgn of tuch men at Thackcry. In conclusion we'll slate, we'll be 'gone, to the wood,' H'rc this It published. Hut however, should Any young ladles want us for i?ood. They'll find that we're more truth than poetry. K. C. M I If tho Children will turn to this space First next wook thoy will see somothing very attractive. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla, When Bbjr wm i!ck, ye her When ihe wu , Child, tho cried for CwtorU, When the became lllxt, the clung to CutorU, When he had Children, she gave- them Cutoria, era Ctorl. Jay Gould's Lifo Insurance. A morning .paper erroneously stuted that Jay Gould curried no lifo Insurance Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho Best Salvo In tho world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers,Salt Rheum, Fover Mr. Jas. B.Gwathmoy, General Manairer Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains of tho United States Life Insurance ComCornB and all Skin Eruptions, and posipany, received tho following telegram tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It yesterday in response to tho quorry of Is guaranteed to glvo perfect satisfaction, whether Mr. Gould was insured with or inonoyTefundcd. Prlco 25 conta per tic Ir company or not: For salo by 8hort A Haynes, bor. Nkw Yoiik, Dec 3. James B. Gwath-medruggists. 24 and 25 Board of Trade, Louisville, Ky.: Yes. Fifteen thousand, paid NOTICE. up policy. Geo. II. BuKOim, President. To Whom it May Conctrn: Hero Is a pointer fqr aspiring capitalYou aro hereby notified that all orders ists. Issued for goods by Patton Vitrified llrick The wind from tho North blows sharp Co., must bo signed by myself or James Success In everything doponds largely and keen, and bad effects of colds are Barnett Flshor. upon good health. De Witt's Littlo EarGeo. C. Patton, President. Cough Cure so safe ly Risers aro little health producing pills seen. One Minute sure, will quickly perform a wonSee tho point? Then take an "Early and & Tho germs of scrofula aro destroyed by Riser," Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and drous cure. Short Haynes, Clovcrport it's Sareaparllla. Sold by all druggists. and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky it, Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Beard y, Notice, Charles II. Scott, late with tho Chicago Horald, will be its business manager. Tho llov: Wm. Jones, Hector of the Its appearance Episcopal church Owensboro, will, God Tho Tribune CINCINNATI'S NEW PAPER.' nbout tho holidays. Tho owners purposo willing, bo nt tho Cloverport Hotel, Mon-da- y giving special attention to tho Industrial next, December ll'th, nnd hold serIt will be Called the Tribune, will Sell aud commercial interests of tho South, vice in tho Presbyterian church that in which tho merchants of Cincinnati night. All friends respectfully invited. for Two Cents, and Speak for havo a doop interest, notwithstanding Thoso wishing tho Haptismul service Southern Intorests. tho contrary tono of somo Cincinnati please notify. Journals. Tlio prlco of tho Trlbuno by Mas. SI, A. FltKKMAN'. Tho now morning paper for Cincinnati mall will bo fiO cents per month or $0.00 Is a certainty. Ono of the strongest comper year. Wanted, Proposals for Building a panies over organized In Cincinnati (or Presbyterian Church at any purposo is back of it. Tho list of 0. N. Eofteri, stockholders comprises nearly ono hun- Of Adams, N. Y., ato nothing but dry Cloverport, Ky. dred of tho leading business men of that bread for three years on account of that IIUli will lie received up to KrliUy, Dec. o, "fyl t l p. iii.,riirliulldiiitraiiuwrrrtlivterlitiii'liiirch city. Tho capital stock- Is $t00,000. Its terrible disease, Dyspepsia. Ho states In tlio city (irClucrparl, Ky. I'liini and will bo found lit Mr. Hlpple'i ilioo thop. directors are, Archer Ilrown, President; that ho was entirely enred by Dr. Halo's The war wilt tic let out tn tlio lowutt iv.poit-tibi- a Stephen II. Wilder, Treasurer; Albert Household Tea and ran now eatauythlng. bidder ollcrlng t lie umtt udvitiiU;imi ternit. Tlio right U nucrvcd tu reject uii) and Lawson, Secretary; James N. Gamble, II bldt. All lummuiilcntloni tu lie uddrvtMil In There Is likely to bo a littlo sidewalk Aaron A. Ferris, James J. Hooker, AlexDH.J. K. UOHTl'OOT, racket tho next time tho council meets. Scf. HulldlriK Committee. Clovcrport, Ky ander Offhor, Albert Erkenbrcchor. Is a memTho Tribune (which Is to be tho nnino Albort Harry, who ber of tho council from tho First Ward, of tho now paper) will occupy ono of tho Pimples, Boils, handsomest buildings In tho city, on has laid a new sidewalk, which ho claims was placed on thu grade that Engineer Main Btrcet, directly opiKwIto tho Hoe 4 Co,, of Now York, are Hudson, in tho employ of tho city to Blact- Heads, working on tho finest equipment for it establish grades, gavo him. Thu street committee, members of tho council, say ever ordered from Cincinnati, Tho TriyC IN 55v FACT, k bune will ho entirely freo from sensa- that ho Is eight inches too low, and has TTa mnnt all hjira l.urf. rlob hlrw1. M. h tionalism of every kind, and It Is tho In- given Miss Eliza Newton, Harry's neighr lirnul'llX niiwia nr mm romnrxnniit nri'tutr. i.titu.Cr.ltUCSST-3!X?23VXEL00S OUECfirL tention to make it tho best and most bor, a different vrado on which her paveKoc tin iix"tlr turo ( Hcrotula. Wanting, popular paper In tho Ohio valloy. It will ment has been placed. This makes a 1)1J, KroTitli'tid, vKmlrxtlui,- ipoTFrI Tltitl ilmvtr. bo Independent Itopubllcan In politics, "jump off of eight Inches and makes .loHiHlUohl. mui rmr, uiuiuilllill Br. L'jUi:'i Slid CurtiM In UiO tho wholo thing look bad. Barry claims M rowdy thut con nlwujt In; roltud upon. and will sell for two cent, Albort Law-so: uinigiiu iuu late with tho St. Louis Itopubllc,wlll that If his pavement is raised tlio city ITUr CCI i u'uu Msnirimr n bo tho Tribune's managing editor, and will havo It to do. will-makpost-office, Jmft J yj '"T,'N. n, 6 Highest of all in Leavening l'owcr. THEX Latest U. S. Gov't Report. BRRGKENRIDGE NEWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. RoYal COURT OF CLAIMS Tlio following Is a truo list of claImB allowed nt tho November called term 1892 of the Hrcckenridgo County Court payable out of tlio county levy for the ) car 1892. ' Baking-Powde- r sonsrcrSi UNDERWEAR. 39c 79c rnl wool KhirtH G-- o &&& ABSOLUTELY PURE Dr. David White, examination of Polly Drown, pauper J. W. Jarret, 4 ditya aa bridge 2 50 6 00 Tor Heavy Camels, lluir Shirts or Draw cm, worth 60c: smt-nbl- o for men who arc out In tho chilly blasts. For extra heavy Natu on Drawers, flno trimm ing and extra nice make anil llnish , commlialoner Heard A Co., good a to Jail and road toola Art. Goodman, balance on amoke bouao at Jail U, F. 6185 3 50 4 05 Oeo. Gilbert trnateo for Bettle Hawklna Jaa. 1. 1'rieit biullng timber on i 48 00 7 SO SOU Alexander & Pile, powder and 85 22 30 8 00 9 85 1 rod Jno. W. Darle timber furnlabed on road F. P. Hegood lerTleei ai Inapeet- or of material and work man hip on Northfork bridge... J. R. Mitchell, for ichool book furo Same rope for election Thoa. Dennett, repairing bridge C. W, Kaaey, lumber on road Jhi. Huflinea. illla for brdge and I- hauling 25 00 19 40 lumber Alfred Allen, one ilgn board George Ilarned, bridge cotnmli- - 00 50 furnlabed Jno. Stiff Menaateryford Brldge;(balance) Uollwood committee for Thoi. Bellwood Mike Illaln commtttee for Robt. Miller Luther Clemoni committee for Llnle Dan W. Hjrert Bandy committee for Win. Perka R. N. Miller commute for filial Bright T. L. Smith committee for Win. R. Smltl J. W. Jarrelt commlltee.for Ray Pullen Mary Bqulrea committee forSujan 'Aikln R M. Jolly committee for Jennie W. 0. aloner 1 day D. Hnmbleton, lorueit on body 2900 00 J. II, Fella Same for aame on body of Henry 20 00 Spauldlng Jaa. K. Chapln, lumber for Clov- 0 00 erport bridge Payne Jc Co.. nalla for aame and 20 00 culverta F. A. Bearln, surveying road In 20 00 county N, C. Moieley, medical attention 20 00 to paupera Sameaenicea as poorhouie com- 20 00 mluioner Suiter X Ilro., materia) furniahed 20 0U on Cano Run brldgo Hull, and Chaa. Smith, work on 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 1 6 00 6 00 choice some very QQC anil $1.39 gives V tircttv -Suits,, noes .1j to l.l. JJ For irood heavy striped Cassimcrc For flno gaugo CamclV t lair blurts or Drawer Short pants Suits, aires 4 to i.l For heavy Cashmere, ribbed shirts, extra worth $2. well sewed and trimIn tan similes, pearl med : worth even dhl QQ For beautiful Worsted Short Pants buttons on Shirts and centof?l.G0. (pXtVO Suits, plaited back" and front, nges Drawers . worth SI 4 to 14; worth .$3.00. -. For a Short Pants Suits corded back VevtS ami front splendidly lined, aces 4 to 14, worth $3. Jt$7,$IOl$!2, 5 $3, $4 and up gives you choice of a tempting anil $20, and up in ot of Child's better grade Suits. Jersey Suits, Kilt Suits, Russian Blouses and al! the novelties evcrv style and of the season at the Mammoth. material desired. For the popular Jcrso For extra heavy Knit Fleece lined Wilto Shirts or Draw Shirts or Drawers, in era, Trench neck, Bilk tan colors; cheat) at trim tned, worth 75c, $1.50. 49c north $1. 84c $1 up from every mother's heart as she surveys the beautiful display of Boys' and Children's Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes and Furnishings at the Mammoth and sees how much a little money will buy. joyful 98 tyl.,tV jsoistg$1.24 I &1.49 UNDERWEAR. CHILD'S SUITS. of you 79c $1.49 Men's Suits ftt C Buys a warm, durable Overcoat Child of 4 to 14; worth $1.50. tifcl AG Buys just as good an Overcoat for a ci,nd as other houses charge $2 to $2.50 for. For a really handsome line of warm Overcoats, in late styles and first- class make; worth $3. Art CA For Overcoats for Childern of 4 to (Ip&tOKJ ,4 that no other house on earth thinks of asking less than 'fa.'jo to $4 for. Boys' Long Pants Suits and Overcoats, Shoes, Hats Furnishings, etc., 25 to 40 per cent lower than any other house. OVERCOATS. Tobacco! For good, heavy Cam- For rich HrownCashmcreShirtsIerH Hair .Shirts or Drawer8,doubh'thread orDrawers.boublo twisted thread. culls on Shirts and perhly mode and guar-- j Drawers; tho greatest unieeu noi 10 siiruiK bargain of all. worth $1.75. For extra heavy Jer For extra heavy Nat sey Kibbed Shirts or urnl Wool Shirts or urawers, 01 yarn, and for a Drawers, mado from imported yarn ; would .guaranteed for wear and warmth ; worth he good value at ?, $1.39 &1.4 &1.50 uouoic-and-twist- $1.98 For extra lino quality ,.. Unsluncro Slims or For extra fine or Draw Drawers made from Iamb's wool, and silk ers, in regular sires trimmed: sold all overt ind stouts for fat men tho city for $2 and with short arms and legs; worth $2 50. over. "' $2.00 ts U Men's Overcoats fc, $7, $10, $12. (15, $20 and up, in every desirable style and cloth. IDi ess (suits, Waterprool Coats, Underwear (of every grade, White Shirts, Flannel Shirts 87 54 9 25 9 92 leer Shoes for all the family at than you pay at othcrstorcs. Hats for Men, one-thir- d EXEINHANS & SIMONSON", MAMMOTH SHOE CLOTHING Market Street, between Fourth and Fifth, LOUISVILLE, KY. Hunting Coats and Boots. Working and Hnt-- earth. Our display nml Children nt tho lowest prices on of Furnishings, Gloves Send for and I mbrellas unsurnassed. illustrated catalogue. COMPANY J INeckwcar, .Hoys strated catalogue. in fact, everything that Men, and Children wear. Send for illu- 90 25 100 00 27 00 Heard P. Jolly commllte for Henry Ralley Same committee for Mary .Money... W. T. Cannon cominitteo for KiraT. Canrile John R. Norton committee for Swain Norton Frank Fralte committee for Kllza McManaway Mra. Nannie Atwood, ai poor- houiekeepeer S. R. l'ayne .truitee for Suian l'ayne CI. aame W, V Pcrklm, lumber for aame... Hud Iiorae. work on bridge C. J. Fella, lumber on road John Fliber. timber on road Payne X Co., nalla fur culverta June Carter, 4 daya work on 18 00 7 88 6 00 29 05 4 90 I Mayaojr, judge II. Wcathorholt " clerk II. II. Dennett, alierlir J. II. Illgga, J. P. Haawell, Judgo H. II. Adklaaon, " clerk II. P. Shacklett, 0. P. J. " " " 50 Watkin'i brldgo Phillip Carter 2 days on aame... ' ' " 2 Frank 3 00 1 aheriff (J. P. Jolly, Judgo Oco. Ilarned, " II. C. SprlngKiito clerk Joel II. Pile. aheriff K. II. butler, ' " ' " " " " 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 80 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 i For the Best " " " 2 05 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 96 2 00 2 00 2 oo 3 12 2 00 2 00 2 00 3 12 2 00 2 00 2 00 3 12 2 00 2 00 2 00 3 12 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 0 Jno. " 2 850 10 CO Jacob Miller IK II S. Carter and team, " " ,' " 5 " " dara 00 D. C. Moorman truittee for Ned 30 33 4 00 Lloyd R. T. Dempiter medical attendance on lame Alfred Taylor truitee for Joo .'.. Dent A. R. Filler truitee for Marlon Dean A. Crawford llrowu 2C85 10 70 truitee for Folly fiO 00 T. Jonei truitee for Weiley Deity Hardin A llrown, grocerlci to Mri Jarre tt Same groceries to Jno. Jnrrett J.J. Serera, truiteo for Charlotte Ilruner Jabct llaynca, truitee for Eliaha J. 21 no 32 II 0 20 31 97 llrown W. I). Owen, proviilona furnlihcd 30 00 0 80 3 50 Klliallentry Dr. J. T. Ilakcr, medical atten- tnn on tame Jno. Siulrci wood furnlibeil Jno. Garrett Oicar llurch, U loads wood for 2.00 9 00 1 lami T. Baker, medical lervicea to Kate Dean Llge Moorman keeping iiuno 2 dayi Dr. J. on aame Frank Greenwood and team, 3)i daya on aame Chai. A.TIniui and team, 5 daya on tamo day Pat Greenwood, Jaa. Tlniua and team, 5J daya on same R. 8. Carter 2XA daya on eauio Same fur lumber for Hull and town Creek br'dga ' for lumber (or Goohaganbr'djro D. Harnbleton, lumber for aide walka on Clor r,ort brldgo Mra C. D. Temple, proviilona for Marion Dean Jul. S. Ilcavln, lumber for Cane-ru- n bridge and road It. May, hauling rock for prlfonera Miller DoJernetto X Co., tooli, powder, Xo. for road Wm. Matthewa, work on poorhouie El. Pato, work on bridge on Clover creek C. W. Kaiey, 2 pauper coffini I). W. Henry, road toola A. M. Klnchcloe, vlait to pauper... II I ley Unwell, balnnco. on Imiueit on J. II. Conor Witt X Conrad, tolti Ac. for Cano-ru- n i Judge Morton, 2 00 JuJge D. N. Howard 2 00 D. C. Moorman, clerk 150 J. II. Hunter, auerlfl" T. II. Henderaon, judgo 12 75 " II. (I. Stewart, clerk J. II. Stewart, 9 37 aherllT Aarun Norton, Owen Cunnlnghim, j idgo 12 50 " J. J. Serera, 50 clerk A. M. Hardin, 11. T. Caahmin, a'lerlff 8 25 Hlley Powell, ju Igo 2 50 W. N. Drury, " clork Chaa. II Drury, 8 10 Chaa. IllaniirorJ, ahoriir 15 19 Parsona, jjdji 8. " J. T. Tucker, 10 90 clerk Milt, Coke, It. A. (Hancock, eherlff 21 CO 24 00 4 00 77 16 00 J.S. " " " ri'Sl nm r W Fa -- L- " " " " " " " " Try The f " " . " ' " " " " .Havana Leaf:- 10 Cent Clear, i UttShrewaWry, jul,;i Frank Do Havon, " Wm. M. lleniley clork aheriff Jaa. W. Wright, J. I). Manning, judgo " K. O. Parr, O.ivU Cunningham, clerk aheriff IV. V. Speak, " ' " " " " Havana filler, or the ; - .' . 4 10 4 00 2 00 " 3 R0 8 00 21 40 1 00 5 00 7 10 rt JohnSUton, feci nj illor Jaa. V. Miller, Supt. ahoola Thoa. Adkiaann ua Judgo and join'r, Milton Hoard, a county attorner, J. II. Monarch, tzpenaca and icrvlcca in preparing county for eloctlon Same, fcen aa county clerk 'leo. Ilarned, 8 daya aervice aa and juatlce of peace, C, V. S8I30 637 60 633 00 500 00 Natural Leaf: ys -- 50 bridge D. Hainbloton, money paid on brldgo III) 85 213 16 u v ,, 2 00 25 38 3 30 9 00 0 10 3 00 2 00 J. W. Jarrctt, IruHtee for Ray 20 00 I'ullen for the year ending 23d May, 1MII Elizabeth Compton, truitee for Cleo. Compton for year ending May 21, 181)1 Beard 4 Heeler, goodi and medicine .for paupera at poor- houie J. II. lleniley, itove plpea, etc. to poorhouie Alf Root, for cunveylng Ruth Riddle and child to poor- houio F. K. Ithodei, ai commliioner of Monaiteryford bridge J, D. Dabbage, printing for county Henry Hoiklna. right of way for G. W. Jordan, conveying pruun-c- n to Jail ami board for lamo Sam Miller for keeping Annie Wayno 3 wcoki Peter Laalio, lumber on tbo road... 20 00 Jno. R. Jarboe, conveying pau- 90 70 8 17 per to poorhouie Uutby X Meyer, moving paupori... J. R. Wimp, goodi furnlihcd paupera T. L. Smith, work on rock tooli... (lilei Parker, attending to publlo privy, rook, Ac J. C. Miller, work on road toola... R, D. Cain, work on road, powder, fuie, Ac Nov. teruia, 'V2 lllack, fir aame II. C. Drano, fur aame for aamo C. C. Martin, for aamo Itlley Dowoll, D. Haiuuletnti, for fame J. J. Seven, fur aame lien T. Miller, fur aumo 2100 21 oo 5 2100 2100 21 00 21 00 21 00 21 00 21 00 Cent, Florida Filler. "? The best cigars made. Manufactured by the if 30 00 2 35 18 25 J. J. W. daya for aamo V. Paraona, 3 daya for aamo 7 Jarrett, January term, "J2 9 00 15 00 12 Oo 3 00 8 45 18 50 74 90 15 CO 3am W. Paraona J daya fur aamo November term II, H. Dean, I dnyr for aame, Nov. Jaa. M. Mullln 5 daya fur aame " Oloverport Oigar Company j ;it 112.50 99 02 10 00 term 15 00 J. road II. Ratei and W. lumber for road L. Frank 29 58 10 tin 21 88 10 18 Jullua Dutachke, lumber for road... " " " Jo. II. Serera, A. Shellman. for aame CI. D. llrown. repalra on public clitern R. tl, RlcketU, repalra and material on Sugar Treo and Lick Run briJgea 1'. W. Foote, money eipended on public road W.J. Dean it Son., lumber on 50 Mtador, medicine and goodi to paupera K. McDavia, work on road and ilgnboarda S. P. Drury, money expended with prisoner while under arrcat, Chaa. Miller. ai brldgo oom'r day, Henry Ilarned, lumber on road Win. Carwlle, con it able, for cleanout of Rough ing Witt A 1 Oih-tra- p The following claims were allowed by the county court, dining tho year ending Nov. (See regular Order 21st, '1)2. Hook.) Mra. Sallio A. Cooper, right of way for road aamo Irvln Squirea, V. II. Argabrigbt, aamo Wm, Argabrigbt, aame aamo John Avlt, I), N. Howard, aame Same, Agt. lor Howarda' belrt, aamo , 10 00 5 00 3 50 3 00 J. 80 00 10 00 10 00 203 50 M. BELL, Proprietor, ax-oVE3exos'x,-, 3 50 nsrr. a. w. jatiiiKJNiJUJN, Creek Sumo fur nrreitlng 100 00 15 35 7 40 Duggcr and Jno. Ilailewood,and conveying aamo to Jail and board Nancy Hlchardion, attending to Mra. Jarrctt fi daya It. W. Owen, lumber, nalla and putting lloor In Rock Lick Jai, COO 4 50 lime le. D, Itarnard bootha, eto delWer- X 36 70 Co., election 300 50 J.S. DeJernette, aheriB, Ing bootha-houa- rent fur holding electioni, freight on lame $1.00 tq each iberitf for letting up aame and lerrlcea ai iherllT J. U. Vlgga, deputy iherllT Sam aa commlialoner to dlrlde county Into diitrlcta 3 daya Wilt Miller, aame Jno. Alexander, aame Clayton Heard, pauper cuBln, Infant , B. Lyoni, buuio for holding election 1892 Morria Eakridge, aerrlcea aicotn- - bridge II. R. Dean, 4 daya, bridge com'r. It. W. Owen, lumber for culverti on road 91 50 0 00 153 17 70 75 0 00 0 00 0 00 2 00 Johnion A Drury, pauper'a coffin. Roicoe Kakrldgo, aame J. I!. Monarch, truitee for Jaa. M. Hlchardion Thoa. II, Witbera, conitablo,autn-inouln- g Jury to hold lo'iueit on Lunatic John Slaton. for working prlionera Art, Goodman, lumber for prlry 4 00 too 45 00 58 33 00 0 87 at 2 00 125 00 37 43 5 50 Kiorbouao...y A Co,, John. P. Morton election ballot, II. Ao ulaitoner CI. J. Heard, goodi furnlibed paupera outaldo poorhouie S. Warren, hauling on publlo W. O, Drane, Judge of election " " 0. Comer II. C. Garner, clerk of election Geo. P. Nottingham, aheriff " i. - ISO 00 3 00 2 00 2 00 3 20 road......... Alfred Adklni, work on Falla Sinking bridge 0. I. May ley, lumber on publlo road Marlon Hallow, taut Sam, Dlx, oil at Tellow bank , brldgo Scott Cunningham, 0 alga boardi... Wallace Illaln, work on Btepbena- port bride 1 day v"Ji. Jarrolt, lame Dan Uayclnger, lumber on bridge... Roland A. Smith, bone and buggy hire to brldgo com mliitotier one dayj 1180 10 92 4 00 M. I.. Klncheloe, Judge of election ' " D. R, M. Smith, i Jolly Mtador, clerk ii Frank Haawell, aheriff D. Harnbleton, Judge J. T.Caitle 25 05 5 51. ' 00 I 00 4 00 1 3 00 F, N. D'lluy, clerk 0. Swaggott, aheriff John A. Harry, Judge 8. K. Waggoner,, clerk, C. P. Sawyer, 0. II, Gregory, aheriff Judgo J. II, Willi, i K. M. llaitlea, olerk R. B. Pierce, J, F. Qregory aheriff 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 3 00 2 00 2 00 Ilardlu'a helra, aamo aamo Ralph Knott, J, II. Aveltt, viewer ono day aamo Win. Harahflold, aame Alfrod Allen, Chaa, Powell laino aamo W, II. Dockery, aamo Fred Pralto. aamo 0. S. Jurboo, 11 aamo 6, Miller, D. N. Howard, 2 doya, aamo (leo. T. Mercer, 1 day tamo anmo Jack Slpea, aame.. He,nry Dutiohke, Wm. Argabrlght,2 daya aape Luther Olemona, 1 day aamo K0. Ilurton, 1 day aamo J. T. Jonei, paid ahclT. Ohio county for 3 autu'a J. 0. Lyona, ylcwcr 1 day on road T. J. Ilarger, wltrieai, 1 day liobt. Itazor, tamo lame J. H, Ilarr, W. II. Hardin, lumber for door In '. Jail collar (lllea Parker, cleaning publlo privy Hud Holt, aamo VI 00 aaana "aa""- -" aeaaaaa. M anna 337 00 Mary E. Pool (deaf mute) 352 00 15 00 , to tchool 1 00 Flaber Parkor, getting out rock 1 00 4 06 for prlaonera 1 00 4 03 Jerome Parkor, aamo 1 00 Hoacoo Eakridge, window glaaa 1 00 3 00 for court bouao and jail 1 00 1 00 $11,677 28 Total 1 00 2 oo Amount In, SherliTi banJi leaa $15,837 02 hla commlaalon 1 oo 1 oo is a truo and complete list Tho abovo 1 oo of tho sums allowed and appropriated by 2 oo the County Cmirt and by tho Court of 1 oo 1 oo Claims, which aro mado payablo by tho Onn Wuiiinii'x I.lfo Rlory. 1 o . Chaa. Heard, aamo Taylor Atwood, acreena and floora fur aame 288 3 00 J. P. Morton book X Co., , binding tax .'. 2 00 2 00 2 68 00 20 2 0 2 Mra. Albert Jarrott, charity Leo lllabop, repairing rod a on court home Kerry Kaaey, bottoming court bouao chain Eikrldge X Hell, repalra on court , houio years old and liavo uui twenty-twbeen married four years. .My husband was visiting at uiy home (which was in Office over llreckenridgc Hank. England) ut thi'tiuiu of my birth, thereShipper! ahould mark all pacVikia plainly, CLOVERPOllT. KY. fore was acijiminted with tno from earwith ablpper'i name and ', liest infancy. As wo grow up wo woro ijutteh:'" Cholco, country frequently thrown into each other's 16 18 Medium 12 (ft 16 society, but when ho urrived at tho ago &. Pension Agent Common ., II (5 12U 1 was twolvo wo wero U.S.CIaim of seventeen and Creamery 20 28 parted, my husband coining to America, EUOS. whoro ho staid livo years, at tho exSTEPHBNSPORT, KY. Freah 20K piration of which tnnu wo woro to bo POULTKY. married; but unfortunately ho lost all Old Ifena per Mtf. ,' 6 to 7 Hooatera, his'iuouoy in LivcriooI, and on arrival "i, 3 to 4 Springera , 6 to 8 at my home was penniless. Caiificquent-l- y ( FEATHERS. wo could not bo married. My husPrime, wblto gVat..7. 48 49 band returned to this country to work .; Mlxed.... 25 M 38 Sheriff out of tho tuvy of 1892. for another yoar to cam enough money Old ,.. 23 (,h 3 I 5o to pay my passago overr as wo worp enNo. 1. duok John E. Mo.N.utCH, Clerk. 2i Q) 40 1 00 tirely dependent on our own exertions. HIDES, 1 00 At tho end of twolvo months ho again Oreon, rood 3 1 00 Dry Salt, good Ii started for England, but had to return Do You Know Dry flint, good .1 00 1 t again on account of a collision. Finally Sheep aklui 25 80 That a largo percentage of deaths in this bo arrived in England, whoro wo were WOOL. country arc causod by consumption and married n short timo after and sailed for 3 31 30 (jj) ,12 20 oo lutiK trouble? A llttlo cold neglected in Now York. Aa soon as wo landed 1 Oreaae, fine jj 24 eoarao tiroaae, , 20 Q0 21 II oo tho beginning often terminates in con- was taken very sick, was taken to u hosMerino I6Q9I8 Boo sumption. Every timo you cough you pital and wont under n dangerous opera Durry and 14 i of increase tho trouble, and an inflammation Hon, which cost overy cont I monoy wo HAY, ORAIN, FEED. had in tho world. At last got bettor, 10 oo IV'e quoto prlcel oa Loulavlllo oitr is soon started, which is dlfllcult to con- wo hired a couplo of rooms, my huswharfi trol. Thcro is ono remedy that cures band succooded in getting work, and alOATS. 4 20 quickly every kind of a cough. That is though No, 2 O'ita wo aro vory poor wo aro very sj si HEPOHTR 5 00' Curo, Jt is happy, I am tho proud mother of two LOUISVILLE )r, Hale's Household Cough HAY. trlylle.9 choice tho best. Are you not ontitl'jd to thu children. Cor. Now York Rocorder, 1200 i 00 Choice No. 2 FURNISHED BY 5 00 best? For salo at 25c. and 60c. n bottle 00 12 00 Oood Medium 9 00 $ jo 00 "Handy to havo In thb Iioubo" Aycr's at Short & Hayncs drugstore Gr. 6 SO & Co., Oood Bright Straw,. ,.M 4 60 Cherry l'cctoral u prompt and certain 1 25 CORN. for croup, colds, and pulmonary General Produce and Commission Choice white remedy ...,., gj q j$ Seo Itabbago's beautiful lino of fall Merchants and General Storage. Choice helled , 50 jX 62 12 00 overenirs. affections. A. A, Simons, M. D. Manager. Physician Surgeon Kellablo and prompt. Oaah wit every ao- couuisaio. uonaignmenia aollclti LOUISVILLE. KY., NorfT 29, Ib92. j J. W. JARRETT, ...,. f su Mf, --.7 d y MWT Len. Herndon