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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 brc1892121401_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. fH rvxEgrE&maEB&BmxzzvvnsisEzrzzs: 'V- - THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. VOL. XVII. -- CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1892. UNION STAR. CONCORDIA. Eanest Huron boa the fevers. Colonel Piko has gono to the city. J. A. Barry, of Cloverpott.was iu town last week. Deputy sheriir, Rhodes, was in town one day last week. Mr. John Massoy, near here, is very low witli Pneumonia. Miss Rnho Stiff, of the Pier point district, is attending school nt this place. Win. Livers, of Mooloyville, likes to hear the sighing at (not of) "tho pines." Row S. P. Stiles filled his regular here the first, Sunday night. Judge Tyler has returned from tho city and tho children uU stop to sco NO. 21 Irvington Milling COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. Jferchant and Custom Millora, Grain Dealers and Manufacturers of tho Highest Grades Eev. W ( Vlmk WMi C. vp2V. Brandon. m o MJEidjIWW. OK Roller Process DniiO"C7:ES Roller Process Oozn. nEea.1 Bran, Shipstuff. and PEED. rv Ample capital, tho best quality of grain and modorn machinery, Bkiilfully handled enablo us to duce results unsurpassed. pro- Tho Biibjfct of this Hkctch wns born In Htcwnrt county, lVnn., in sight of Fort Donnldaon, July It), 1851. Iloworkt-ilnn fnrm nml ntU'iiilctl tliu common wlioolu until ho wns 21 years ofnK'c, llicn entotvtl tho Ynndorhilt University nml until tho course wits completed in both tin Theological niHlLitvrary dopartnients lvayiii(;in tho Bprinn of 1880. Thu next fjill ho wnswnt by tho Louisvillu Confer-onc- o to Cmupbcllsville, Ky. On that work ho Huccecdod woll. In the full of 1 881 ho wns mnrried to Miss Lucy Kwlng, of CnnipbullBvilli',iind tho same full wns Assigned to Drntlfonls villc in Mnrion county, Ky wliuru ho nerved tho church threo years. From Mint fluid ho was sunt to Ilubbnnlriville, inllcndureon county, vrhero four churches were under his chargo, and in four years tho membership of eoino wiw doubled and in others tripled. From thero ho went to Cloverport in tho fall of 18S8 and took uhnrgo of Mr. J. J. Severe spent lost week in Hnrdiusburg. Miss Mattlo Milncr is visiting friends in Louisville this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jabcz ITnyncs' were in Cloverport Friday shopping. Mr. Jus. T. Milncr, now of Louisville, was at lionio a few days last week. Mr. Hubert firuncr was entertained by Miss Blanche Frymlro, Preston, Sunday. MissfKcbccca ltickctts and Mr. D.S. llichardson spnnt last week in Loulsvillo shopping. Miss Sarah E. Iiichartlsen Is tho guest of frionds in Elizubethtown and Ceclllan this week. Mifts Bessie Braid cpelit a few days I in Union Star lust wyek visitliu; nt Mr. D. 8. HlcliimlfOii s. ii MIm Adit Ilnnls and Miss Iamih attended church at Stephensport Saturday and Suuday. M. Frymlrc, neo Miss Mr. and Mm Fanuio BrashcHr, attendud church at Stophcnsport Sunday. Mrs. Emily Mays, of III., is visiting relatives in this state, was tho guest of friends here Saturday. Mr. Joseph Cashman, sr., who has been ill for several weeks has not improved itnl is quite sick. Mr. Claude .Brashear, of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday with his uncle, Mr. C. M. McGlothlan. Mcfwrs. Phelps, Smyscr and Miner, of Louisville, were entertained by Dr. Win. Mlluer last week and enjoyed a wewks ltich-ardno- rn HERE'S HOW INDIANA WENT. In tho guessing contest hold by LEVY'S Louisville's Greatest Clothing House, in Tompornry Quarters 321 West Market, For Olovoland, For Harrison 262.740 255.616 Majority, . . Attest 7.125 : M. D. King, Dopartmont Secretary R. A. Lowry, Clay Oith, Ky., guessed of State of Indiana. "Santa." Milo Pollock has returned from his eastern tour and snys "There's no place like home" Misses Frank Conway and Minnie Snel of Wolf creek, visited friends in re thu 27th and 2Sth. Mrs Ada Biirch, of Missouri, who has been visiting her parents for some time, lias returned home. these aro the winners : 7121 and wins 1st prize, Suit or Overcoat S25.00. James M. Logan, Sholbyvillo, Ky., guessed 7147 and wins 2d prize, Suit or Overcoat S20.00. Henry W. Drury, Bowloyvillo, Ky., guessed 7153 and wins 3d prize, Boy's Suit or Overcoat, SI 5.00. Sorry you didn't win. Bug you can win yet. Como buy a Suit or Overcoat, our Tariff-Reforprices and you'll win "big." m Orders promptly filled and careful attention given to CUSTOM WORK. church and served it faithfully for four years, largely increasing its membership in that time. From hero ho was removed to Henderson, this fall, and now has chargn of tho Methodist church in that city. Kev. Hrundon is just now in tho prime of life, an eloquent, forcible talker, an untiring worker for tho cause of God and bids fair to have many mora years of usefulness and success in his chosen field of labor. For any further information call on or addreBS tho Mr. and Mrs. Prcy Board, o( Hardins-burWere guests at their parents, Mr. and Mrsl I). 8. Richardson Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Owen Cunningham and children" spent Saturday and Sunday in pleasant valley Uio guests of Mr. and Mrs Julius Dutschko. Miss Dora Gardner, who'ls teaching tho public school nl Raymond, was at homo Sunday accompanied by Mr. Sandy Hendry. Keep Salvntlop Oil In the gymnasium. It I. a Mrs. Win. Allon, of Preston, was in socrelgn remedy for cut., strains, bruise nnil town Saturday tho guest of Mrs. C. M. sprains, to which acrobats and athletes are liable at all times. It Is the greatest cure on earth for McGlothlan. Sho returned homo accompain. lj,ct panied by her aunt, Mrs. E. Mays. g, tho Elm-stre- Methodic hunt. Tho Rascals Must Expect to be Turned Oat IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. WE ARE FIELDS WMIKG OF SUCCESS. Ky., you will bo surprised and can't imagine why our sloro is always full of customers. Washington, Nov. 17. Cleveland's moderation was very great on assuming tho Presidency in 1885. Ho offended many of his frionds because ho did not turn out mora Republicans in order to mako room for Democrats. There is somo reason to bolicvo that Mr. Cleveland thinks that tho timo lias come, especially as ho is convinced that there aro moro Democrats than Republicans in tho United Slates, when tho Democrats should have at least half tho odlces under tho Federal Government. At tho present timo tho Republicans have about 1)7 por cent, of tho Federal offices, and when Mr. Cleveland retired from tho Presidency in March 188!), there were s of tho Federal moro than offices held by Republicans. Mr. Clove-lan- d docs not think as much of Republicans now as ho did when ho was first elected to tho Presidency. At that time ho thought that Republicans and Democrats wcro much tho somo kind of people, that they differed on immaterial things, but still were much tho same. Tho Republic correspondent has reason to believe that Mr. Cloveland is better acquainted with tho Republicans just now: and tho expectation is very general that tho Republicans will not have as soft a time of it aftur tho Hli of March, 1893, as they did after tho 4th of March, 1885. St. Louis Republic. three-fourth- Never be without It. Mr. Chas. Vlsschcr, 44 Llncola Ave , Springfield, CI., wrltesi "Five doses of Dr. Hull's Cough Kyrup cured me of a. severe cough. I shall always Keep it." Onr Little Men and Women for cember is a veritable Christmas number. De- It opens 1 If you should visit Brandenburg, If you with "Tho Night Before Christinas," a snggestivo picture, accompanied by a story well suited to it. There aro bite of history told in picture and storyi A capital artiole, finely illustrated, is tho Sheltering Home for Animals at Brighton, and Howe & llttlo American Girl saw tho English Queen. Khatia's Christmas, as well as other excellent stories, articles and verso, entertaining and instructive. Every child who cam read, should bo given a copy of this inimitable children's magazine Price $1.00 a year; 10 cents a number. D. LoTitnoi' Co., Puns., Boston. ilAHYLAKI) FOIt I)ltCKUm:il fe should investigate by looking through our stock and sco how woll equiped each department is, prico tho goods, then tho mystery will be solved. Wo have tho assortment, styles and prices to please ovcryono. Tho most attractive department is tho brings good Christmas cheer. Its happy stories and merry rhymes seem merrier and gayer than over, and its pretty pictures and verso tell tales as sweet as any Baby over listened to. Evory home, that Babylaud enters this month will have a Merry Christmas. Prico 60 cents a year; 5c. a number. D. Lotiiiioi1 Co., Publishers, Boston. tiik I'ASby ron dechmiieu CLOAK,1 .DEPARTMENT A son of Mr. M. D. Pusscr, a merchant of Gibraltar, N. 0., was bo badly afflicted with rheumatism for a year or more as to bo unable to work or go to school. Ills fattier concluded to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm on tho boy. It soon cured him and ho has sincn walked one and a half miles to school and back every school day. 50 cent bottks for sale by A. It, Fisher. No Ten Dollar Immigrants. That Congress will have to adopt somo means of restricting immigration so as to cut off tho element which havo boon so baneful to this country must now bo realized by tho leading representatives of both particB. Next to protection nothing lias contributed bo much as unrestricted immigration to labor troubles, strikes and lawlessness in this country. Tho cheapest laborers of Europo have poured in hero by tho hundreds of thousands to take tho work at starvation wages from our own HuLluJ jljiUjLuHHi!IjWLUuf3MsciUJA 9r people This may havo been a boon to It's filled with a big lot of samplos richemployors, but it has proved ruinous Garments mado in tho 1892 styleB, to workinginen. Tho first duty of a nation is to it own No two aliko. Will Bhockyou with people. Thu United Suites will fail in Don't hesitate, tho low t prices. that duty unless it checks in boiiio way como at onco. tho wholesale coming of that class of aliens whom Europo docs not want and eager to got rid of . There is no room hero for tho worthless herds who ro ot wanted In their own country and hro not BRANDENBURG, KY. good nny where Tho timo has como to discriminate bo twecn desirablo and undesirable ImmiTH .la;!. pBo.0 ST grants. This may bo dono by imposing WAYNE'S a heavy per capita tar, or by n sTstera of OlNTMEHTj consular inspection and certificates, or by Vm&w Jw,tht liuraU rai u muuiM. somo other plan. That it must bo dono wml. ur.tiMmt.iurL. ui LM 1M.i S. 4Wmpl.jM in ono way or another, and that very CTCV buiIi, mm, A- t- Uivla tkfcdhtllbJ ik l Utr. noon, no longer admlta of doubt. N. Y. wtnrif.r ! fcr bill kfUili, lJirM D. Herald. W1M o,iblUaivti, 1'fc.iik JdrtxiHlNW contains its usual amount of good things. Tho two storieu by its favorite authors, "Pansy" and "ifargaretSidnoy," develop iu worth and interest. Its articles, for eign, domestic and educational, pOfescM a ring that sounds deep and long for tho young readers whose welfare thu editors and publishers aro not apt to f irget, and tho worth of iti pages is enhanced by tho pictures which help to strengthen and brighten tho writings they accompany. No better tnagazina for both young and old is to bo found. Price $1.00 a yean 10 cts. a number. D. Lothkoi' Co., Publishers, Boston. ' PISGAH. 1 A Geo. Yeakel & Co., Wedding bells. Miss Lulio Puto is visiting Miss Maggie Hambloton. Mr. Willie T. Taul was tho guest of Miss'Bcttio Hawkins last Sunday. Rev.1 Charlie Stonowill preach at Pis-ga- ll church Sunday-M- r William Bricky Is contemplating moving to Bardetown somo timo this winter,' Miss Ruby Ryan delivered a splendid recitation at tho literary society lust Friday night. Rov's. Merrill and Seoly, two Mormon preachers, preached nt Plsgah lost Wednesday night Missos Lulle Pate, Moggto Hambloton, Maggio Bates and Messrs. Eli Taul, M. E. Ilamblcton and Ben Patterson attended church at Tar Fork last Sunday. 'j'J V' v For instanco, Mrs. Chas. Rogoro, of Bay - i-- W&K :w Hf ml rif k City, Mich., accidontly spilled scalding water oyer her llttlo boy. Sho promptly applldd'Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo, giving Instant relief. It's a wonderfully good savo for burns, bruises, sores, and a sure euro for piles. Short & Hayncs, ninurnnrl I nml llnanlVt; Tli'fllnr. HnnllliR- , ft- burg, Ky nous. Pap Bennett made his regular trip to Tho number of hogs fed as compared Intl., last Sunday, but Will stayed at with 185)1 issuer cent., and the condihomo with ids friend, "the Colonel." tion is 5H) per cent. Peter Coloman, of Rhodella, died sudIIIISII l'OTATOKH. denly on thu evening of the 17th. Ho The yield of this crop is not so good ns had just returned from the city that last year, and the averago yield per aero morning. is placed at 07 bushels. The average Ed Cluyro'iib has resigned his stewardmarket price is 55 cents per bushel. Ed ship and is now hauling eros-tles- . HWKKT I11TATOIH. says ho likes to keep the hollidoys, is about the same ns last year, Tho yield especially at night. and is estimated at 00 bushels per aen , This town may bo n little premature while the price is 05 ceuU per bushel. in her celebrations, wo commenced firing II a v. anvils two days before tho election, and Tho yield iu liny has been fnirthis even at this curly dato Cotton Cody and ami tho prico is slightly above ordiWill Mnttiugly, our two jolly sports, are nary years, being $t).50 per ton. This is matches" "drawing and celebrating probably owing to a scarcity of fall grass, Xmns. 0 which is reported from many of tho corWo hear that our teacher has been en- respondents. Respectfully, gaged to tench the remainder of the Nicholas McDowki.i., school in tho Pierpoint district, which Commissioner. was mado vacant by tho resignation of G. A. Hendry, wo heard it in a round-abou- t Baldness ought not to come till tho way and will not bo responsible for age of 55 or later. If thu hair begins to mistakes. fall earlier, use Hall's Hair Renewer and prevent baldness and grayness. What To Save SPECIAL OFFER TO SUBSCRIBERS And how to save it, are subjects which interest all prudent housowives. This The Weekly information is given in "Ayer's Home Economies," containing Ono Hundred Recipes for using odds and ends from taThe farmer, tho merchant or tho proble and market. It is a book especially fessional man who has not tho timo to valuable to young housekeepers, and read n lingo daily newspaper, will find in will afford many now and useful hints Tho Weekly t, consisting even to those moro experiencOd. "Ayer's of ten pages, n paper that exactly suits Homo Economies" mailed to any ad- him brimful of tho best news of the day, stamp, by Dr. sufficiently condensed to meet his needs. dress on receipt of J. C. Ayer it Co., Lowell, Mass. Though strictly Republican in principles, it is never so partisan as to suppress any important news necessary to a correct MONTHLY CROP REPORT knowledge of cuirent ovents. Onco a render, always a reader. Price, $1.00 per Of Commissioner of Agriculture-- , La- year. Any person sending us threo dolbor and Statistics. lars for threo yearly subscriptions to tho Weekly, will receive ono copy freo for 18!)2. FnANKrouT, Ky., Dec, 5, a year. A free sample copy may bo had Sinco my report in October our State writing for it. Subscriptions received has been blessed with fine rains, which by by all postmasters or news dealers wero very much wanted for the growing thoughoiit tho United States, or directly wheat crop, and for stock water, and in by many places for drinking water. Thoro HIjOlli: i'lllNTI.NCl CO., Nl. I,enl, is a marked difference in tho appearance 31 o. of tho wheat fields. Somo fields which wero sown in September, tho wheat did Lots nt First Klglit. not come up until after tho rains, ten days Last winter D. W. Little, ono of tho ago. There has been fully as largo acreadobe farmers on tho wust of town, shot age of wheat sown as there was In 185)1, into a band of geese. A while gander although tho prico 1ms ruled very low all wns struck and had one wing broken. honiw and gave through tho season. Tho supply seems Mr. Llttlo took tho gooso doctored his wing, Tho him to his boys, whopo to bo greater than tho demand. tuinu as to follow ami he soon becamo remedy will havo to be as it lias been tho boys wherover thoy wout, ent from in tho planting of cotton a reduction in their hands, and oven poku his head into thu average and tho production brought their pockets for com or wheat. A few down to a nominal demand. The per days ago n band of wild geeso flying over cent. as to tho number of acres sown this thu premises and milking their usual clatter attracted tho attention of thu doyear tut copurud to last year is 510. mesticated gander, which gavo nil outfOUN. landish display of nuuoking and thrill The corn crop is being cribbed, and tho yells iu goose language that had n most startling effect with the bund Hying past yield is hardly coming up to expectaA fine white goose was fccon to leave so good ns last tion tho quality baldly thu baud and shoot down nntil it landed year, there beluga gieat deal of light, in the yard nt tho hide of tho iwt, Biid chaffy corn. The crop has hud much to tho meeting wns demonstrative to an excontend with from tho commencement citing degree. Their gabbling, quackof tho season. Tho injurious factors wero ing slid amusing antics afforded ns inurl first a cold, wet spring, then a very bad fun for tho boys who wltnefcrcd thoiiuuto "stand," and next, tho hot, dry winds in iug ns they could have found ntnciieti-Thnew arrival rcfut.es to leave, le June, and lastly, tho long and continued will fly over tho fence when th v report of tho Agricultural approached by tho boys, and th drouth. The " Department, from the statistics of Octo- back to its inntu when tho boy ber and November, placo tho yield of aside. Biggs (Cul.) Aryus. bushels corn in tho United States at llypiiollo Yiirn. Tim per acre Tho avorngo yield in Kentucky Tho latest hynotlo yarn from the is 20 bushels per acre The German Gov. Pari:), costs nil its ernment is making experiments with our ito hospital, thu shudo. Dr. Luys, pie nj ii cessors into corn, and considering Its adoption as u pears, has been making experiment" h food for tho German oriny. 'if it should relation to what he cnlU tho "exton.in bo adopted nl an army food, our exports ration" of thu huiimu body, and it in h of com will rapidly surpass those of wheat sorted that ho succeeded iu tiannferriiiK and tho raising of com will, therefore the sensibility of a hypnotised woman become moro prolltablu than that of into n tumbler of water. When tho water was touched the woman winced, wheat. and when It was swullowed shu went TOIl.UCO. into a deadly swoon." Ifciw tho drinlcer In unswer to questions sent to our cor- felt with another iiorson'a sensibilities respondents last month, it is found that in his vitals is not st.ited. Dr. Lnys noxt undertook to tranefor tho averago prico of tobacco has adand is now ruling at B cents. sensibility from tho woman to her phovanced, tograph, nnd succeeded so admirably Tho yield, estimated by tho samo correshe stuck n pin Into thu pluturo at 88 er cent, as that when screuined. Not only thin, but pondents, is placed tho woinun compared to last year. tho mark of u scratch appeared upon her CATTLK. hand in oxactly tho Bpot where tho pin had been applied to thu photograph. It of cattle tyoingfed as comTho number is lucky for Dr. Luys thnt ho Is living in pared with 1801 is 85 per cent. Tho conthu Nineteenth cuntury, for many an old dition is also not so good,, and is estiwoman lias been hangod and burned for mated at 01 per cent. The Secretary of dolug this sort of thing, Denver Bun. Agriculture reports that tho cattle diseoso For pain In tho stomach, collo and known ns plouro pneumonia has disappeared, nntl that this is tho only country cholera morbus thero is nothing k'tter in the world whero tho disease, having than Chamberlatn'a colic, cholom and onco gained a foothold, has been entirely dlarrhcca romo ly. For sale by A. It. Fisher. eradicated. hmi-soGlobe-Democrat. Globe-Democra1 iSfc xliFi k1 B' "MBPjf Js man of the National Bepuhlican Committee and W. H. Harritty, Chairman of the National Democratic Committee say, that Grover CievoU.nd told Adlai Stevenson that it is a ,.os:.ivc fact that lie overheard Benjamin lh:vr son tell Whitelaw Reid that James JJ. Wtavei had stated in the presence ot: Jas. G. Field that John Bidwell and J. B. Craafill hoard Thos. L. Carter, Chair- Favorite Stoves and Ranges Soli easier nntl give better satisfaction than nil others, and nro mndc at PIQUA, OHIO, By tho Favorite Stove and Range Company, Who have the model stove plant of America, the greatest country on earth. PAYNE & CO., Gloverport 3Ktj. The Garrett Fence Machine. t ' Wet .irxl ulir fi'iitr In the pott I'nr Nut t xi clli il li nny Inr rcuil) 't In the fit M. ruse, sprril slut tcrltait t nrk I'tutt to klity roils '1 Ito wire' for a three a liny cun he ttotrn. double utrsml picket fenct cm he hougM fur u (Iiiurunteeil to uUe perftei to i j eents per roil. Nulloi al utlriiiiloii, lltTirt'iit'e Cllleim A L'ikhI active iikuiiI Hunt, Munkiiclil, Onto. In ever) count) unit towiikhip In the wanted United Stites. Good wage und ens work Will tell one machine .it holet.ile where I hate no agent Alto wire .mil other fciulni; uiiitcrl.il at win li'ulr. Illuttrated iitcul.tr mid terms free. Address . riii; S. H. GARRETT, I'att nice nut! Munufatturer, MmiinUi-IiI- . Oliln. M 41 CLARENCE Shofthand l 111 M. 10RDQN, Ids' riu Inr Mi bbj t"-.; , V i.rt'-i- i M hi.. i",li,ki I. i ..,i . a' i M I ( "Vft! o rf aT,i imt I i.- - I. ii H i ;e I tal.j;.j. f4 bt H,a' l 'lei. ojj(t,.tl I , Cil'"- - til ti V t.i. I ' . ,lli. 1,ps.iiiflgi b 4,vr'i l v .S '1.J' t i ! l..i. t( Ijitt 0 ') Hard l(SS''iVt-BM. -! . t UrViitl, ., ' . . . i i 'iViiMU'.k-V- to W.iJm n i r (jlir hH A. i. 'HtV (IrVAfM . " M " . K. v i t"l " v t Vv i' Ms 4. k udilieti, ClAp.Ei'l far, J.C. M. R.'.RWN, Cnoi!i l.o.'l. J,.gf' Jlilr iri it ) i:.i n ' "l JJ . . 1 U H J5K. Vi - 1U1UKNE, J.M. i Kit, DANIKl. IIK00ICS BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO , Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY Jq THE BREGKBNRIDGE NRWS,' GLOYERPORT, MWM? 2?&!n SANTA KV. THE && Nsw andMt active i Brilliant DRIVE "W.A.S OTTTZj ; GLAUS Features FOR THE BOOM IS ON And wo aro prepared for it. Wo havo on display a Block that is rich and novel, overflowing with generous bargains in tho new and beautiful. consists of HAS COME Holidays Are as soasonable as a snow storm. Tho public expect it and wo aro with tho public, in supplying their wants in seasonable goods, wo havo ovory thing for -- Our two stores were packed to sco the sights and hear iho musia, wo aro now ready witli an elegant stock of OPENING DAY .". HEADQUARTERS Wo aro ready with a stock of Goods that must bo bo seen to bo appreciated. Scores of fair ones aro eager to bo remembered, and if you havo chosen tho happy recipient of your gift, wo havo the presents here awaiting your selection. Delay is no longer possible. Aro you prepared for j2tjd w:ej .a.:r,:e3 Our stock Christmas Novelties : CHRISTMAS:- - in every department. Nowistho time to make your selections by making them now, you escape tho rush and wo can wait on you better. The 25th, if not, call on us before you make a selection. camplcto line to please tho old and the young. Gifts suitable for all, and at prices so low that it is a pleasure to buy from us. COME AND SEE OUR STOCK. A Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Spectacles, Gold Pons, Silvorwaro, Art Goods, Quoenswaro, Toys of all kinds, Candies, Nuts, Fruits, Etc. COM3 AND SEE US. F". Theodore wiMrrifop. 1ST. ss IV. D'HUY, lr Jeweler, Cloverport, ,Ky: .NVNIU'.NI.S. I'AltT I. J'.lwin Ilrnthcrtnfl, heir to a manor on the IuiImii, l left an irnlian witli the manor heavily mortKJUe to the llltl titjtc. lie y Oct to New York to seek hli fortune. IV.-J- ane Illllop, Hie Ilillop heir-rCIIAI'TKII iraint an Interview with young llrotliertolt. V. The Ilillop anil llrothertnft fortune! are united by marrlJKe. VI. Ilrolhcrtoft Roe. on u colonial mlion to Knelarul. Mr. llrotliertolt luccuinhs to anglom mia anil loni for a title. Illrtli of a il.iuifhter, I.ucy, anil riturn home. VII, The manor houn Income, the reiort of mlriMti. llrothertnft L at I i.t eailcil liy wife anil ilaiiehtcr. lie joint the patriot. TAUT II. Major Titer Micrrrtt.aiil to Wanh-liiKtoarrives at tjincral I'utfiam'a patriot camp, a rUhkil.fin-thelludoii. III. Skerrctt volunteers to lead Captain Kerr, a redcoat, party to ''cut olT who l a i;ucit at Ilrothertoft manor. CIIAITIilt PART TWO-CIIAP- TEK -- 32(aj2ru-. MMir.i, r in r i re - 7 iiit ollalrcl" Major Skerrctt jmuubd on tlio "So Unit U funn-Louft- o atU'H. l every inch n soldier ngiiiu. My good word hag rjuito set him up. Mem. A word of cheer eostn littlu and may help much. Now for Sergeant Lincoln and tho negro I" Just at tho edgo of tlio bank, in front of tho fannhouHo, Skerrctt jtercelved tho Hcrgeaut Hitting. His head wan renting on IiIh hands. Tho phyHiognomy of his hack rovealed despondency. An old wclltiwcep lxjnt over him and deemed to long to comfort him with u doutio of halm from its "Jierck Dowitt, I want," ho thought. "And Micro ho Is on guard, looking bucket Tho Tho inujor'H nylrlU were utill at bubble and boil. "Every prosject vun pleasing and only man" that is only sergeant uecnied woebegone. "Ho is feeling his wound tho ' wownd' Put talked of I fear," thought Sker-rot- t. "1 must cheer him. Unhappy pcoplo nro not allowed in tho Skorrott precinct." "Why, orderly 1" says tho major, approaching and laying his hand on tho other's shoulder; "you must not b downhearted, maul What has hap. ponod? What can I do for you?" Tho sergeant raised his head and shook it despairingly. "Thank you," said ho. "Nothing! It is too Intel" "Toolatol That is a point of timo my timopicco has not learned how to Tho lnndKcnM' glowed jolly pumpkins grinned iw before. iui lieforc. EkerroTt felt, as lio had dono before, tho peculiar magnetism of this mysterious orderly, who quoted Latin and bowed like a courtier. "I havo taken upon myself," said ho, "to cut out a British officer of distinction now staying at a country house twenty miles below. I may want you of my party. General Putnam recommends you." Tho orderly sprang up and grasped Major Skcrrctt's arm with both his hands. "Who is tho man? Namo! Name!' ho gasped. "Major Kerr," replied Skcrrett. coolly. "Wait! wait a moment!" cried the other, in wild excitement. Ho rushed to tho edgo of tho bank, whoro a path plunged off leading to tho Highland road, and was lost among the glowing recesses of a wood skirting tho baso of tho heights. Ho halted tlieio and screamed in a frantic voico: "Vol-tairo- ! Voltaire!" And neither tho original destructive thinker thus entitled, nor any American namesako of his answering tho call, tlio orderly raced down tho slope with hat gono and gray cuo bobbing against his coat collar. Ho disapjieared in tho grove, and tho major could hear his feet upon tho dry leaves, and his voice still crying loudly "Voltaire! Voltaire!" "Has tho old man gono mad?" thought Skcrrett. "Voltairo tho great is getting too ancient to travel. It is hardly fair to disturb him. He is a soldier 'emeritus' of our good causo. Ho waked Franco up. Wo havo to thank him largely that Franco has an apctito for freedom and sends her sons over to help us tight for it. But ho cannot hear this hullaballoo at Ferneyj Lafayette, and tho others represent their master with such heart and stomach us they can. "I must not lose sight of my run away," continued ho to himself. "Tho namo of Kerr struck him liko a shot. Ho may havo a grudgo thero. Somo privato vendetta in tho case And yet this mild old man always becmed to mo to havo entirely merged his personality in patriotism. I fancied that ho had forgotten all his likes, dislikes, loves and hates, and given up all ties except his allegiance to an idea." Major Skerrett walked rapidly to tho edgo of tho bank, whoro Sergeant Lincoln had first given tongue for an absent philosopher. Ah ho was about to follow tho path ho heard stops again in tho wood. In u moment tho orderly reappeared and ran up tho sIojm) panting. Ho was followed by a person who moved slower and blow harder, the samo old wiggy negro whom Major Skerrett had observed laying down tho law to his companion. "So that is Voltairo!" thought tho major. "Well, it is tho first timo 1 havo over found tho devil blacker than ho is painted." Tho orderly sank agitated and out of breath on the ground. Voltairo came up tho hill and, being hatless, pulled hard at his gray wig by way of salute. Tho wig was rooted to the scalp. Voltairo loft it iu situ, and bowed as grandly as n black dignitary may when ho is blown by a good run. "I was iu despair just now," said Sergeant Lincoln. "Iu despair when I said it was too late to help me. Perhaps it is not so. 1 trust God sends you, Major Skerrett, to show us tho way out of our troubles." "This is sound Gospel," thought Skerrett. "This black Voltairo may bo tho Evangelist; but the Gospel is Ita-dier- e, ." Edwin Brothertoft had seen only written up beforo him. Ho advanced a step at Skcrrctt's words, lifted up his oyes and despair shifted to hope. "Whon you named Major Kerr," ho said, "you named ono who is devising evil to mo au mine. Capturo him and tho harm is staid. My faithful old friend Voltairo and I will try to toll you tho story between us." Voltairo considered this his introduction, and bowed poin'wusly. "You aro too juicy, Voltairo, and too shiny and not sardonic enough to bear tho namo of tho weazened headpiece of Franco," tho major said. "When I mado my pilgrimage to Forney I found that Atropos of bigotry in a nightcap and dressing gown, looking as wrinkled, leathery and great as ono of Michael Angelo's Sibyls. I hope you aro as troo to freedom as ho was and a moro wholesome, man." Skerrett mado this talk to givo tho old fellow timo to blow, as well as to stir up a smile to the surface of Brothortuft's sad face. "Yes, sir," said tho negro, bowing again. "Voltaire, sir, oinuorum gother-uof Brothertoft manor house. Hannibal was my name; but I heard Mr. Ben Franklin say that Mr. Voltairo was the greatest man ho knowcd.so I married to that name, and tuk it." Hero ho paused and grinned. Ilia whito teeth gleamed athwait his faco as tho whito stocking flashes through when ono slits a varnished boot too tight across tho instep. "I havo been hero at Fishkill some months," said Brothertoft. "At first I did not allow myself to think of my family. Then neighborhood had its effect. I communicated my whoro-abonto this trusty friend. Ho got my message and comes to fcivo mo tho first nows I havo had sinco I left homo at tho nows of Lexington." "Moro than two years ago," Skerrett said. "And iu thoso two years," continued tho other, "my daughter has passed from child to woman." "Oho!" thought Peter. "His daughter Hadiero's la plus lello is in thin business. My years in Enroio had made mo almost forget thero was such a person. Is sho like father, or mother, I wonder?" "From child to woman, sir'eays Voltaire, "and there's not such another young lady in tlfo province state, 1 mean." "When I abandoned home," Brothertoft resumed, "I believed that I could bo of no further use to a daughter who had disowned me. But I havo found that a man cannot cease to love his own flesh and blood." "Nor his flesh and blood him," says tho negro. "Other iieojilo may do tho hating. Miss Lucy only knows how to love." Fort bien Volt.iirol except tho pronunciation "lub." "It was only a day or two Iniforo the capture of tho forts that my tardy mes-sag- o of good will reached my friend hero," Mild tho "And just in timo," that friend m ts nounced to him a now wrong in the houso of Brothertoft a now wrong, tho climax of an old tyranny. PART TWO-CIlAF- fEIt V. NEYITT Brandenlnrg, & GOTGH, ijl-g- fr Holiday GOODS 2f "IHirtl it to be doner his story, "Mndaino Brothertoft is going to marry off Miss Lucy to Major Kerr day after tomorrow ovening." "To marry off! Then it is nilly tho lady!" Skerrett Bald. "Nilly. sir! Yes, tho nilllest kind!" There, Sir Peter, is a tough nut for your indignation to bito onl Peter was an undeveloped truo lover. "In short," says Voltairo, winding up Kentucky. ""II IF "1 r 33? ?! as- no had mado no mistakes iu lovo, ho had had no disappointments. His illusions wero not gono. Ho still believed lovo was tho ono condition of marriage. Marriago without it this innocent youth deemed tin outrage. Tho latent lovo in his heart cried, "Shamol" when ho heard Voltaire's story. Indignant 'blood rushed to his cheoks, to his eyes indignant firo and curl indignant to his mustache He discharged a drop of iro by skimming a flat stono at a chattering chipmunk enthroned on a pumpkin hard by. Then ho began to put in trenchant queries. "You aro suro, Mr. Brothertoft, that your daughter does not lovo Kerr?" "Sure. I havo her word for it." "Does ho lovoiicr?" "Ho wants her." We now have on exhibition and for sale, (the largest and best sorted line of Holiday Goods ever shown in Brandenburg, or in any town in the State, ten times its size. It was an innovation when we opened up our immense stock of Holiday Goods last year, and the prediction was then made by our The result, howfriends that we would not be able to sell so many. ever, showed them to be Why'" "'She is a beauty and an heiress thoso aro tho patent charms." "Ah But does sho know that Kerr is n faufaron and a rake selfish, certainly, probably baso and very likely I FALSE PROPHETS, !. kTCKDSXEl mark." Indeed, tho Skcrrett movement was too elastic in springs and too regular with its balanco wheel to strike any hour but "Just iu time!" I must do so. You havo known mo alTlio sergeant thanked him with a ways under a false namo. I am not emtio and manner of singular grace, and Lincoln, lmt Brothertoft Edwin repeated sorrowfully, "It is too lato." "My father's friend!" said Skerrott, "Too lato is sulcido," says Peter. "Wo will not cut our throats till after Indian takiinr tho otlir's hand, '.'Mr. Brother? Bnmmor, Presently you uliall tell mo toit, so missed, bo desired by tlio good Why" what is and is not too lato. First, 1 cause. Major Hero Skerrett interrupted himhavo o quostion or two to ask. Tho tells mo you know this country self and wont to rummaging in his brain for tho disconnected strips of recthoroughly." ord stamped: "Brothertofts. Tho fam"I do by heart by sad heart." havo undertaken to cut in, and cut ily." "I "Why?" said Edwin Brothertoft, out, whoro tho enemy In, twenty miles slowly and sadly, while tho below on tho rivor." read records and forged The ordorly at onco Boomed greatly othor's brainthis furious speed. thoughts at "Would interested. mo what it is "Twenty miles bolow? No ono can you ask whatwhy my life issay might men would and not it know that region bettor than I." story is havo boon! Ah, "Win it thero his hoart was wound-ed- r long and dreary my friend, tho darken too dreary to tho mojor. thought youth." "Ah, thon! you'ro just my mon," tho heart of ho spoko there was no comBadly as Skerrott continued, ignoring tho other's plaint in his totio. Ho soomod to rogard depression. "I havo volunteered on a his facts a littlo dreamily, as if ho wero wild gooso chaso. I may need to know mentioning somo other man's experi ovory fox track through all mo ingu ence to got away saro wnn in, lands )nt tho past is dead," ho continued, I catch him." to aromx'sont troubles nllvonml Major Bk. Mtec. Jr of en. jo major, foci- orrett still Broth-crtoft." "Come, sergeant," continued ho aloud, "tell mo what all this means, my friend. Wo must dispatch. My bird down tho river may take wing if I wubIo timo." "I am pained, my dear young friend," said tho senior, rising, "to acknowledge to you an unwilling deceit of nilno. But gen-or- id bluo. Namo vision of himself as Gnnyiiicdo, serving Monnis ESKIIIDOE I . .Dire tor J II. M. JOLLY. Sir Clinton TonntiH with hyperuectare-on- s tipplo, vanishing. "Ha, hal" and INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS with his triumph ho lapsed for n moment into Toiublgbce, "Dey tiuks, down tor do manor, dat I'so lyiu sick abed wid A large number ol do colored mobbus." And then the old fellow proceeded to rclato how ho had shammed sick yesterAt the day, dodged away at evening mid trumped all night by bypaths through tho Highlands; how British scouts had WANTED. For next fall i!ellerjr. Order what you wnt challenged his steps and fired at his and also shaved 100,000 hoop-pole- s rustle; how stumbling blocks had af hoops lu largo quantities. Best market Anything we haven't on hand, we will procure It for you at the lowcit ratei, fronted his shins and many a stub had For further information met his toes, and how i.t last after man- prices paid. ZACK. GREEN, Manager HarJIniburg Nuri'ry. ifold perils iio had found his old master cull on or address, under tlio gulso of an orderly and an CA8. May, Cloverport, Ky. HAHDlNSUUKO. ,KV out within flvo minutes." "Well, Voltairo," ho said, "a bad to 'cm lill! Go on with your story. You mako mo hungry with your dinner parties.'' "Ha, ha!" chuckled tho butler his coino Skerrett. "It was now or never. So 1 loft my great dinner party. Sir Henry Clinton and his suite wero to diuo with us today!" "Grand company!" tho major said, seeing that a tribute of respect was wanted. "Sirr Henory Clintonl" repeated the butler with pride. "1 didn't liko to leavo. My wife Sappho can cook prime. My boy Plato can pass a pinto primo. But where's tho stylo to coino from when I'm away? Who's to givo tho sig mils? 'Ground dishcsl Handle covers! Draw covers! Forrud inarch with cow ers to tho pantry!' Who's to pull tho corks and onr tho Madeira so it won't blob itbelf dreggy?" Ho paused and sighed. Edwin Brothertoft was silent. Tho thought of red dinner parties at tho manor was evidently not agreeable to him. "Wo aro npt getting on at n gallop," thought Skerrett. "But wo aro on tho trail. My guides must tako their own time. They know tho way and tho dangers, and I do not. Tho facts will all "I hopo bo," Bighed Putnam's orderly. "Yes, sir," tho negro said, turning to cruel?" "Sho knows only what her mother tells her. Friends aro taboo in that house." "But does sho divine nothing? Nothing to baso a refusal on? Pardon me if my tono seems to express a doubt of this young lady, but" "But you havo seen bo many captivated by rank and a red coat. My in friend, I havo dono her greater injustice than any you can imagine I bcliovcd We will not undcrtako here to enumerate the ton thousand different articles wo carry in our my own child spoiled by bad influences. Wo could not understand each other. An ovil omened figuro held a bluck curtain between us. I was too sick at heart to seo the truth. I had lost my faith. ,1 thought that my daughtor had but simply ask of you an inspection," assuring you that wo havo any thing you want and at a prico so very taken in poison with her mother's milk. I fancied that she wus a willing pupil ,ow you will bo astonished. when her mother taught her to hato and "Wo aro crowded for room and muit sell. despise mo. I abaudoncd her. Miserable error miserablol And punished Wo havo also, an immense stock of Whiskies, Brandies and Wines, all of which aro guaranteed tho now punished mostcruelly! My spleen, my haste, my intcmierato despair aro best mado and absolutely pure, on which wo aro propared to mako especially low prices during tho Holidays bitterly punished by my daughter's danger. How fatally I misjudged her Wo handlo all tho popular brands of Whiskies from distillorios in Daviess, Nelson and Anderson Counties in my sore wounded heart! I know her Mail orders promptly filled tho samo day received, and satisfaction guaranteed. hotter at Inst. Bettor now, when I fear fa. it is too lato to savo her. I know her nt Your Friends, last through this faithful Bervant and friend. Ho stood by her whon I forsook her. God forgive inel God forgivo mo!" Ho poured out his confession with passion growing as ho spoke. Then ho turned nnd grasped Major Skerrott by tho shoulder. "What is to bo done?" ho cried. M, (To bo Continued. or Headquarter! for and so this season we bought more than twice as much as we had then. We buy direct from importers, and in such large quantities, that we are enabled to sell at retail for less than small dealers have to pay at wholesale. Such goods are staples with us, and we sell them on the same small margin of profit as other dealers sell staples. If we can't sell em to you cheaper than you can buy tire same goods anywhere the State, Louisville included, we will not ask you to buy. 4! r" K, HOLIDAY STOCK, NEVITT & GOUGH, Druggists,' Dr .J. BRANDENBURG, KY. Clayton. BANK GREGORY & CO., FOR THROAT HAHDINSBUEG AND LUNG Capital Stock $25,000. the best remedy is complaints, D. Physician Office over Surgeon. Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich igftn Platter, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Platter Hair, Payne A Cu't Hardware Store. IW 14 CLOVERPORT. KY. F. BEAIID, President. Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring ways kept on hand. Orders acal- THE LOUISVILLE k ST, A LOUIS AIR LIKE, WILL MILLEU, M. (L. E. ST. L. n. H.) II, BKAKI), Caikler. Cherry Pectoral In colds, companied by cash prompt ly filled. SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO O. W. I1KAUD St. Louis. Evansville ' bronchitis, la grippe, and croup, it is Gents ! ANDALLT01NT3 West and Time-Car- South-Wes- t, Prompt to Act sure to cure. FRUIT TREES It will pay you to visit our establishment when you got ready to purchase your PALL apparel. JNO. D. BABBAGE, I. .Hardinsburg Nursery, in Effect July 31. 19S2. d Ly. Loulirlll 81O& ,m...8i25 p....4i2tf p.m. Arrflt. Louli 720 pu ...6tii a, u lOiOOp.m. KraBUllle lilO ' For further laformatlon, call on or adJreu, R. A. CAMPBELL, O.n'l Tail. Ag't, Ertnif Ilia, Ind. J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. LoqIitIII., Ky GltyTlokat OSlco.S, W. Cor. Third & Malnfit LoulivlllD, Ky. ; y - iA WU jiUIUML Ml - ,4 av jssa. Ji"-r.---. aagrif- - ntm f iiii wmMiiiifmBBTO., mnifuU Utt'UiLML:rMA m T Vtf$. f Jt J BwmuM M JI. w THE BREGKENRIDGE NEWS, GLOVERPORT, KY. PROM -- , IBaPvKkaM .H If you would have the Grandest STOCK to select from Toys ! TOYS ! and get the best value for your money. 1 EVERYTHING IN THE TOY LINE, EVERYTHING MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT. IN THE DOLL LINE, CAN BE FOUND IN BABBAGE'S Candies ! Candies ! Handsome Presents in Neckwear FOH THE Made from the purest sugar, flavored with the richest aud best flavorings, harmless and delicate in color, tempting to look at and twice as good to eat, these are HOLIDAYS. Silk Ruofors, Senrfu, plain and figured, nt 50c, 75c and $1.00. Silk Windsor Scarfs, all shiulus at 25 and J!5e. Men's Fino Tuck Scarfs, in dark and light worth 50 cents. sliadc--i Babbage's Candies. In price they have no competition, since, while there are "cheap" candies and "cheap" candies, there are none N nt 25c Men's Fino Took Scarfs, in all the latest shades and dotigns 2oc, 50c and 7oc. Men's Fine Four-in-IIand better made than Babbage's, and none to compare with and I'ull' Scarfs, in silk, satin and crepe do chcno. Babbage's Prices. Everything from the finest French Confections to the best Home-mad- e Cendies, you'll find at Babbage's. Men's Funiijlite. DOLLS, DOLLS, DOLLS. We display more Dolls than all other houses combined, dressed and undressed, Kid body, Bisque Indistructable, Rag baby and Indistructable. All prices from 5 cents up. Tho most complete Christinas Stock of Ties, Suspondors, Mulllors and Shirt? in tho city tit prices holow competition. MEN'S OVERSHIRTS. Sensible Christmas Presents. A beautiful lino of Fino Embroidered Dress Shirts. Men'p WAGONS. All Sizes. All Prices. AD. Wood. Iron Axle and Iron Bed. Does your boy want a Wagon? Of course he does. It is a suitable Xmas gift. Flannel and Silk fctriped at all prices. HANDKERCHIEFS Aro gifts that aro always acceptable. Wo have them in endless variety and at all prices. OUR BOOK DEPARTMENT the display. Our HOLIDAY DISPLAY of Books, Booklets and Christmas Cards is now ready, and we want every one to see N It is marvelous so many nice books, and at prices within the reach of all. SEVENTEENTH YEAR IN CATEIUNG TO THE J'Xfcgtjj' BABBAGE THE ORIGINAL &1MA..CUUS MA! OF 1 Clirl$tma$ See how they cry when they don't go to Babbage's -- : - Trade This young man has been there Babbage. I want to go to Babbag-j'- s .CLOVERPO.ET. ' 'k OF CLOVEEPOET. I E. C. BABBAGE, Manager. JNO. D. BIBB AGE 9 THE. BRRGKRNHIDGH Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1802. NO D. A VHIOILO. II AIinAGE, Editors and Proprietors. NEVWS, GLOYnRPORt, KY. r' Vrr. .,... I The fco for registering letters and packages will bo reduced from ten cents to eight January 1st. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOlXO WI8T. S''SS3'S3C&$343'M333S The Hartford Herald says that Judgo Passenger Dally arr. Iardlmburg..l2i4J p.m. E. I). Walker, who has been sick for a ooixo iast. long timo gets no better, and his family Passenger Dally arr. Ilardlnibarg.. 7i50 a.m vV is uneasy as to his condition. Rt.li.4c T. Local Time Card, County Court next Monday. 10.0) Mall and Exprsci golor, East .m. m.m. -- 10.4 " Last week Judgo Walker Q. Gresham Wit Tho boys are looking out for Christtfxprau 5.57 p.m. " East......... delivered an opinion from tho Federal mas. u 9.48 p.m. Watt " i 11.19 .m. Court bench which renders tho Interstato " East Lol rljM Two horses and wagon for sale. Tay" " Wtit 10.0S.m. Commerce law unconstitutional. lor Beard. r. V f fsOmi . i W h This town will bo lively during tho ClIASar. OF ADDRESS. Men ordering We wish to call attention to our doublo mddrttt of your paptr changed alteayt gitt tht oW t, number this week, and especial attention holidays. at tetllattht nrtt adJrttt. Alieayt gitt and tlatt. If your paper it not rf to tho nicely displayed holiday adds, that Win. Hinton moved to Henderson mi otited regularly, notify ut. our enterprising merchant have given county last week. If vo tend ut an ordtr fur nev tulteriler us. Our readers will find no trouble in Staple and fancy Christmas goods at pUatt allow ut a week to gtl tht namt on lAe lUt selecting their Christmas presents by Beard & Heeler's. and paptr ttarted tefort von vrilt a complaint, calling on any of them. They are tho m ve art tery pinch crowded now. Ladies' and misses' custom-mad- e shoes ', best merchants tho country affords, and at Beard & Bceler's. Do not forget to malt your reneiealt in time. tho stocks they now havo in their stores Watch yonr direction tag and tt uktn your Mr. Ernest Itobcrtson, Glcndcano, was TKt next tix monthl will It full are marvelous to behold. expiree. in tho city Saturday. of nlerett, and you ihould not mitt a linglt tony of TUB DREOKE.VRIDOE NEWS. Send Mrs. II. O. Phelps, Louisville, is visitThe leading citizens otOwensboro seem your ordert at leatt a week in advance to malt to bo in earnest in pushing their de- ing relatives at this place. tare. ': $ It uay not take a week in trery intlance ; teill mands upon tho council for better streets Dr. Junius B.Frymiro, UnionStar, was et them on at toon at pottible. x in that city. They want thoir streets in tho city last Wednesday. , , --. NOTICE the label on your paper. If your made of vitrified brick, and calculate that Vvf" Tlio town is over run with Christmas time hai expired please renew. II you do not goods and tho kids aro happy. want the paper please droy ui a postal card to it will cost upwards of $200,000 to comthat effect. Don't let the paper run on for three plete tlio work. This is a movo in the Wo want your jiroduco at tho highest or six months and then say you did not order it, right direction and Owensboro being a market price. Beard A Beeler. and refuse to pay for It. thorough going city should not stand Prof. C. D. Easton, New Albany, Intl., upon the cost of a picco of work that will to them, and the city was hero a few days last week. prove so valuable Mr. Burl Beard thinks of going out of in the future. tlio hotel business in tho spring. THE FARMER. A man who has jiracticed medicine for 'Squiro Black was over run witli busiIk thcro is anything in good prices for 40 years, ought to know salt from sugar: ness in his court last Wednesday, iiirra products the farmers nro certainly read what ho sa,s: B. F. Beard & Co., havo on display tho getting tlio benefit of it this year. Most Toledo, O., Jan'y 10, 1887. largest Christmas doll in the city. everything the farmer raises in commandMessrs. F. J. Chcnoy & Co. GentleT i" John P. Haswell A Son., havo a fino ing a good jrico on the market now. Es- men: I havo been in the general prac' pecially is this true of tobacco and corn. tice of medicine for most 40 years, and display of Christmas goods of all kinds. Judgo Murray, Clovcrjort, was in tho The price of wheat is not so good as it has would say that in all my pratico and been, but tobacco bos Jumped up to a have never seen a preparation city last Wednesday on legal business. lively figure. This is a good thing forour that I could prescribe witli as much conMr. Charley Mattingly was at homo a country, and it will uot only help the far- fidence of success as I can Hall's Catarrh few days last week from Daviess county. mer, but other peoplo as well. Tobacco Cure, manufactured by you. Havo preMrs. W. J. Piggott, Bowleyvillo, camo isastaplo commodity with our farmers scribed it a great many times and its ef- down last Saturday and is visiting her and those that have good crops on hand fect is wonderful, and would say in mother. are getting their own figures. Hogs too that I havo yet to find a case of Tobacco came in at a lively rato last are "out of sight" and are bringing more catarrh that it would not cure, if they week. Prices are good and tlio farmers y than they would take it according to directions. money on tho market are happy. havo before in twenty years. This is Yours truly, Mrs. John Alexander, Bums, arrived of the farmer, and we all for tho benefit It. L. Goitsucii, M. D. last Wednesday to visit her daughter, are glad that it is so. Possibly wo may Office, 215 Summit St. Mrs. I.ce Meyer. not hear any more complaints from them Wo will give $100 for any case of CaMr. W. II. Morgan was in town last for a while. They havo raised a great tarrh that cannot be bo cured witli Hall's Saturday and qualified as marshal of tho cry in the past few years over hard times, Catarrh Cure. Taken internally. but if every farmer in our county bad F. J. CHENEY A CO., Props. Toledo, O. town of Stpj)hcn8port. plenty of tobacco and corn and wheat Mr. J. B. Board, Uosetta, has bought Sold by Druggists 75 cts. there would bo Hush times here, now. a farm in Daviess county, and expects to And why haven't they got it? Have they movo tliero this weok. IRVINGTON. been wasting too much time at public Buzby & Meyer bought a car load of meetings of one kind or another ? This Mr. Geo. Brown ia at homo from hay last week from McGlothlan Bros., may be so with some, but with others Chicago. Irvington, ut $1 1 jer ton. ss-ssthere may bo other good and sufficient Mr. J. C. Herndon went to Ixmisvillo Wo arc offering some bargains in reasons. Ik) this as it may, the condition Sunday evening. men's, boy's and children's clothing and of things now, and the good prices on Mr. Jno. Ilendrick returned Sunday overcoats, etc. Beard it Beeler. farm products go to show that there evening from Oklahoma. dent, most enjoyable occupation in tho Mr. John Hook's eldest daughter was are times when the farmer can derive a world, and by proper management should Mrs. W. J. Piggott and children nro very ill last Saturday and Sunday. Her good income on what he has to sell, as bo tho most profitable one; tlio lot of tho visiting in Hardiushurg this week. condition was regarded as critical. men in other pursuits of life. If he hapMr. J. A. Cone, of Hess, Henlo it Co., Miss Doritlia Shelhiian from Union And Discuss Moat and Othor Useful laborers in towns and cities is a hard one; pens to bo in a condition however, in tlio mechanics and skilled workmen in Star, was tried before Mayor Babbago which ho cannot better himself from the LouiHvillo, was in town last week. Subjects. manufacturing establishments labor from surroundings lie ought not to complain. Miss Ellen Munford is in Owensboro lost Wednesday on a writ of lunacy. early dawn until tho whistlo blows at Thu paint is that tho farmer like other this week tho guest of Miss E. S. Good-soTlio Master Commissioner has adver- The Perry County Farmers' Insti- night, never missing a lick, but keeping men should make a special sttfdy of his tised a number of tracts of land for sale timo witli jmtiring machinery, then they tute Holds Its Third Annual lie in a condiown business. Ho should The cast bound jiassonger was delayed at the court house door next Monday. wend their wearied frames homeward, tion to get thu advautago of good prices hero Sunday morning for sometime by a Session at Cannolton. Mr. Board Dent, formerly of Clifton eat thoir frugal evening meal and retire when they come around. Ho should al- break-dowin tlio engine. Mills, this county, is now at Chickasah, to thoir humblo couch to get a much ways have something to sell and nott-The young cojilo will givo n Christ- Indian Territory running a big hardware Many Interesting Things are Said, neoded rest no timo for mental culture much to buy, and he would be decidedly mas tree at the school house Dec. 21th. store. or intellectual improvement; clerks and but Unfortunately, Few Farma very independent citizen. All are earnestly invited to take part. merchant labor sixteen hours out of tho Mr. John B. Henslcy returned home ers Hear Them. twenty-fou- r, while doctors and nowspa-pe- r O. Mrs. Will Bate, who has been visiting last week from a trij along tho C. "Tiik Noskoav-ksh- ," a piece of poetry her uncle, Mr. Bate Washington, returnmen aro supposed to never rest at all railroad, where lie made a jiurchaso of a that appeared in the News lost week is ed to her homo in Chicago Saturday. .SYNOPSIS OF TIIK I'UOCr.EUINO.H. or tako it "catch as catch can." largo lot of timber. attracting considerable attention not only John Slatou returned from tlio Indian Messrs. John Henslcy, of Hardinsburg It should bo tho object of tho Farmers' in Cloverport, but abroad, because of it Tlio Perry County Farmers' Institute Ho is much and Eli Dean, of Gleamleane, were reg- Territory last Saturday. Institute to exchange ideas as to the best excellent qualities, and hundreds of inpleased witli tho country and intends to held its session for 1802 atCannclton last seed and kind of seed to bo used on cerquiries are made every day as to who the istered at tho McGlothlau House last Friday and Saturday, Doc. 0th and 10tht move tliero next spring. tain soils, tho most profitablo crops to author is. Tho most surprising,tling of week. and that tho Brcckenridgo Nkws might The children of tho public 6chool will Junius Brown, who went out to tho bo able not only to givo her Perry county raiso and tho surest way to raise thorn, it all is that Cloverjmrt people, forgetting givo an entertainment in the Baptist Indian Territory from this jilace ten days tho best and most profitablo stock to that some of tho greatest men of the naBiibecribcrs a synopsis of tho proceedings church, Thursday night, Dee. 22d. The ago, has a good josition with a bridge breod and how to breed thorn, and as to tion are natives of this little city, do not but our Brcckenridgo and Mcado county how to get to attend. Admission company and will remain. away with old fogy ideas and believe that anybody in Cioverjmrt is ca- - public are invited farmer friends as well, a Nkws ropresen-tativ- o all excejit tho jiatrons twenty-fiv- o and learn to bo contented witli our lot. Mr. W. K. Barnes has improved tho pablo of writing it, but attribute its to was present to note tho proceedTno next Biibject discussed was brood appearance of his lot on Main street by ings. authorship to a bull witli big horns in fifteen cents. Nothing so distressing as a hacking laying a brick pnvement in front of it. some other ncighlorhood. Now, just to 10 marcs, and before tlio debate closed, it Tho institute was called to order at ease all inquiring minds, we will say that cough. Nothing so foolish as to suffer The brick were purchased of tlio Clover- o'clock, a. m., Friday by Chairman Fran- had covered tho whole category of 6tock tho author is , a beardless youth of from it. Nothing so dangerous if allowed port brick works and were of a very cis M. Polk, witli but few farmers in at- from horses dawn to sheep, and occasion('loverjiort, yet awuy down in his teens. to continue. One Minute Cough Cure sujierior quality. tendance, and after perfecting a perma- ally got into tho poultry world. There are several persons in Ciover- gives Immediate relief. Short it Haynes Tlio main and best points made wore Marshal Beard lias opened n now street nent organization and briefly discussing jmrt who will anuwer to this description, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsfor the town between Dr. Kincheloo'saiid a fow subjects, tho meeting adjourned those that advocated and encouraged the so keep on guessing. We are not ut lib- burg, Ky. continual striving to breed horses and Mrs. Sallie Board.s property, leading up until 1:80, p. m. erty to tell you any more. to Mrs. Miller's farm. Ono now houso In tho aftci noon "Tho Objects and Bene- other Btock up instead of down. Dr. CINCINNATI'S NEW PAPER. has already gono up on tho new fits of tho Farmers Institutes" was dis- Voyles showed by charts and illustrations Mun Kkvkiis, our efficient Representathoroughfare, and others are promised cussed, lead by D. W. Voyles, of Harri- how stock can bo bread up until bad tive, introduced a bill in the legislature It will be Called the Tribune, will Sell soon. son county. Tho sjieakcr said that tliero blood is extinct and there is no possiblo was strength in union, but not for the chanco for a "throw back." The first last Saturday morning asking that body Two Cents, and Speak for for Headacho is tlio direct result of Indi- purposo of using their organizations cross produces a half breed, Jthon by to repeal tho holiday adjournment act, Southern Interests. gestion and stomach disorders. Itomedy against othor industries; othor organiza- breeding this half bred to pure blood wo and every member to stay there and these by using Do Wilt's Littlo Early tions representing other industries are havo good blood, and bo work. Ho gave as his reasons that tho reTlio new morning paper for Cincinnati 03-Risers, and your headache disapcars. continually petitioning tho legislatures to on to 1, 0, 2, cent decisions of the Kujircme Court, and 03-- 01 is is Ono of the strongest comTlio favorito littlo pills everywhere. havo laws passed for their especial bene- near enough pure stock for all practical throwing most of their work back uon them to be revised in accordance with panies ever organized in Cincinnati for Short it Haynes, Cloverjmrt, and Beard & fit, but this was tho wrong step and sure purposes. On tho othor hand, tho good to lead to disaster in tho end. Tho or- blood can bo bred out until wo havo the new Constitution, mado it impera- any purpose is hack of it. Tiio list of Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. tive ujKin them to work every day, ex- stockholders comprises nearly ono hunganization known as tho Farmers' Insti- nothing but scrub stock remaining. It cepting the legal holidays, from now un- dred of the leading business men of that tute, is not in politics because in it wo paya to bo particular in breeding and OHENAULT. til their final adjournment. This would city. The capital Btock is ?200,000. Its cannot prcscrvo harmony; the object of raise nothing but good stock; it costs no meet tho ajmrobation of every citizen in directors are, Archer Brown, President; tho Institutes is education; farming is yet mora food or attention to raiso a steer Our now boat will bo out tho 15th. the State, but tho bill was laid on the Stephen II. Wilder, Treasurer; Albert Evory body is busy gathering his corn. in its Infancy, and wo want to meet and that will weigh 1,400 pounds and sell for Lawson, Secretary; James N. Gamble, table and will not bo passed. Wo are having some real nlco weather. discuss points that will rcduco our occu- 5 cents per pound, than it docs to raiso Aaron A. Ferris, James J. Hooker, AlexWe are glad to Bee tho big packets out pation to a more profitable and scientific ono that will weigh 700 and soil for 3cts. ander Ofrnor, Albert Erkenbrcchor. The Court ot AjipealH has at last debasis; wo must study markets, their fluc- The intelligent farmer will raiso tho good onco more. Tho Tribune (which is to bo tho namo cided that tho World h Fair bill as jiassed Mr. and Mrs. Mauk, of Louisville, aro tuations and reason from causo to eflect; stock. Wo frequently hear a farmer eay of tho now pajcr) will occupy ono of tho in our vicinity. by tho legislature is void. If the State wheat ia selling lowor now than it ever that pure blood runs out, and it don't handsomest buildings in tlio city, on S. T. Elder has just returned from an- sold before; no farmer can sell wheat for pay to buy it. Tlio fault is that bo has is to havo any representation at Chicago, Main street, directly opposite tho e. other big trip to Ixmlsvllle. tho legislature will havo to pass a new 00 cents a bushels unless ho can manago beon careless with his breeding and ran Hoo & Co., of Now York, aro Mr. and Mrs, Elder, Cloverport, visited to raise it cheaper. it out himself. All animals havo pedibill. This matter has been pending for working on tho finest equipment for it relatives at this jilaco last week. Tho market for horses is gradually get- grees, but not all animals havo good jcdi- bo mo time, but it is settled now that our Mrs. Iluth Gardner was tho guest of ever ordered from Cincinnati. Tho TriKtato will not bo represented at tho great ting poorer; electric cars and other in- grccs. Animals mat navo good pedigrees bune will bo entirely freo from sensa- her grand parents last Thursday. World's Fair unless Homething is done Mr. Eugene Gllliland was tho guests ventions are gradually taking tlioir places sell for good prices. Wo don't want stock tionalism of ovory kind, and it is the inand that very soon. Governor Drown in in all cities; tho kind of horso that used that havo bad pedigrees, no matter how ofMibsGertio Elder lost Sunday. tention to make it tlio best and most n to soil for a good price wo can now hardly good thoy may bo themselves. You his construction of tho Constitution has Miss Gertie Elder and Mrs. A. L. popular pajier in tlio Ohio valley. It will went to Derby last Friday shopping. soil at all; wo must study the market and want good brood marcs, and then bo parbeen sustained by our highest court bo inde)ondent Republican in jolitic8, Littlo Willio Cunningham, of Mooloy-villfind out what is wanted and breed ac- ticularly careful to breed up. which removes all tho blame from him. and will Bell for two cent. Albert Law-sois very low witli conjestion ot tho cordingly; wo must Tho fault is with tho legislature In not endeavor to reduce On being asked what breed of cows ho late with tho St. Louis ltcublic,will brain. following tho plain requirements of the Well, tho election Is over, and don't farming to a better system, bo that wo would recommend, Dr. Voyles Bald: "If bo tho Tribune's managing editor, and can nvold overstocking or glutting any I had to keep ono kind of cows, I would law. Charles II. Scott, Into ith tho Chicago forget who was elected. Hurrah for Cleveland. market. tako somo short horn breed, but I had Junog McBkatii has rendered a decis- Herald, will bo its business manager. Mrs. Ackcrman and son, Hugh, aro tho Wo must put mora intelligence into keep Bomo Jcrsoys for milk, and ThoTribuno will make its appearance guests of her daughter, Mrs. Crafton farminir, a man can't farm successfully rather ion in tlio liaptist church case in tho raiso short horns for beef. Keeping a Forks of Itough, in favorof tho plaintlir in about tho holidays. Tlio owners purposo Cunnington. without possessing more than ordinary poor milch cow for flvo or six years just Mr. Crafton Cunninuham has returned intelligence; tho man who has tho most tho action and allowing them to use tho giving Bpccial attention to tho industrial becauso you will havo a lngo carcass to and commorcial interests of tho South, to his homo for a fowday'sstay with wifo intelligence is church property. tho best farmer, tho weak, sell for beef at that timo, is like buying a Cincinnati and daughter. in which tho tnorchants of !!g t ii Miss Lissio Cunningham and Leila intelligent hired hand is worth more on heavy mower and pulling your horses to vo a deep interest, notwithstanding Jos. E. Stone has been to. death for flvn or six years, in preference Haze, of Derby, were the guests of Miss a farm than tho stout, ignorant hand. Ms. intrary tono of some Cincinnati Jessie Elder Saturday. Tlio farmer is too apt to becomo dis- to a light ono, that you might havo more Ington recently tore .ThnnrjYo of tho Tribune by Ab. Itoborts' danco was qui to n failure satisfied with his 'ccupatlon and turn old iron to bcII when it was worn out. tor the positiot ponth or $0.00 Friday night, but having It over Satur- "calamity howler," when ho has no body Tho Holstoin is tho best cow. lower Ifoui day night had n very nice crowd. to blamo for his falluro but himself; thu She makes a big beef and gives a largo Misses Magcio and Emma Harp. Stella is Bold flow of milk, but it takes flvo or six gal-- . and Mollio Morgan, of Derby, were tho fanner thinks that ho works liardor than else, but he does not do it; his Ions of her milk to bo worth three gal Short of Miss licBslo Cunningham a few' any-bodSuests is mo mom comiorwuie siok inuepen- - lons of Jersey milk. A chemical tet will I., ror mm) A pott-JJU- i Pure i la-t- Groceries, Provisions Etc. j . t. i- Clothin o' Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps i- iKOFii - - A J s3M 1 3;'' J ..'.'sjb ?! ':-- EIGHT PAGES. VEST'S . OO TO rJ 1V1 4 i A ii 1 k CO.. I VS CLOVERPOKT, KY. -- B.r.. Is The Place. Who will pay your railroad fare for every purchase of $15.00 worth. con-cluss- to-da- OVERCOATS ARE IMMENSE. -- :VJ! I Cloverport, Ky. - w FAUMERS MEET n. n t three-quarte- rs 15-1- 31-3- post-offic- Al-Io- o, n, d . show that Hoistein milk contains as much butter fat as Jersey milk, but wo don't make butter that way, and tho churn positively refuses to bring it out." Tlio next subject discussed was, "Does fanning pay? If not, why not? This discussion was opened by Mr. Joseph Wheeler, and before it closed about all tho farmers present had taken a hand, and many important points wore brought out. Tho subject is a broad ono and is capable of covering about every thing connected with a farm lifo. The best suggestions mado, were those that advocated intelligent industry and economy. It was cited that it was a frequent farmed for jnen who occurrenco land on tho hills to frequently loan monoy to men who farmed rich river bottom land. Tho fault with many river-bottofarmers seemed to bo that they depended too much upon their rich land and did not practico enough industry or economy. Tliero should never bo more taken ofTn field than is carted back onto it, and a farm should not be permitted to run down; evory thing should be saved from tho beginning of harvest till tho last grain and straw is in tlio barn. Always push your work and don't let your work push you; first make your crop and then savo it; don't allow it to go to waste after it is rijo. Fanning conducted on tlicso principles will pay, otherwise it will not. Clover in all its forms was next thoroughly discussed, lqad by Mr. John Sterett, of Skilhnan, Ky., but for want of spaco wo will pass the many good points that were mado on tho Bubject. "Select Corn" was next before tho Institute, and the subject was ably introduced by II. W. Carmine, of CloVorport. Mr. Carmino held that tliero was no ono kind of corn that would suit all parts of auy ono farm in this section of country. Largo corn should bo grown on rich land and tho smaller kinds should bo grown on thinner land, for an corn would reccommend Littlo Hickory. This ofcoureo was disputed and ovorybody had his own pet ideas as to tho best corn and tho best mode of raising it. Till Groves, of Tobinsport, advocated mixing two kinds of pure corn, ono white and tho other yellow, of a weok or ten days difieronco in timo of maturity. This was hold, to produce larger and better corn than cither would by itsolf, but tho croas would not do for seed next spring. Tho discussion was long and very exhaustive and there were oportunities for much bonefit to bo derived by interested farmers. The attendance at tho Institute was much lictter on Saturday than it was tlio day before, though not yet whut it should havo been. Many things of importance were debated on Saturday and, many valuable things wore said, but as tho arguments frequently drifted into a repetition of things said tho day before, of which wo havo already mado mention, tho want of spaco again forbids us to make mention of them. "How to improve our country roads," was postponed until Saturday night And this important subject was then discussed in all its bearings. Tho general points mado by all who discussed it were that tho farmer had spent many a hard day's work and many a dollar .on tho .public roads owing to tho present system of keeping them upand nothing or littlo had been accomplished. A good dirt road was pronounced a practical impossibility and gravel or etono or something better was strongly advocated. It was argued that tho saving of wagons, teams, &c ,together with tho increased facilities that tho farmer would havo for getting bis products to market, and tho increased valuo of his land would soon mora than rccomponco him for tho first additional outlay that he would havo to make to get good roads. The only just observations that could be made about these Farmers' Institu uji-lan- d tions aro that thoy aro steps in the right direction. Thoy tend to nwaken among tho fanning classes a deeper interest in things that are of vast and vital importance. The farmers of Perry county should bo congratulated in this movo and it is to bo hope that Kentucky counties will Boon bo working in tho same direction with tho same end in view. It is to bo regretted that moro farmers were jiot present nt this Institute than were. The citizens of the city of Cannolton seemed to tako moro interest in the proceedincs than did tho farmers, for thoy crowded the hall both nights. Tho wind from tlio North blows sharp and keen, and bad effects of colds aro seen. One Minute Cough Cure so safo andsnrc, will quickly perform a wondrous euro. Short & Haynes, Cloverport and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky .A r J Sf f V, m N0TI0E. To Whom it May Concern: y You nro hereby notified that all orders issued for goods by Button Vitrified Brick Co., must bo signed by myself or James Barnett Fisher. Geo. C. Patto.v, President. TAKEN UP. One sow urn! five shoats, weight of sow rj$ lbs gross, shoats 7 Ids. each. Sow black, three boats black anil white spottcil, two white and sandy. LOUIS SAUI.IH, Jllte'sHun, Ky. FARM FOR SALE, 4,70 ncrcs, lying four miles westorllnrdlntl.tirg, on the old Hartford road Sjo acres cleared, thu balance in good white oak timber. For further particulars address tho un- A en""1 Inrm ol dersigned. MltS, JUDAS AI.ICKI1AI.L, Hardinsburg. or J AS. S. TIN1US, Cloverport, Ky. wood1 spTToFho dine Tito Circat Eiifrllsili llcmcil)--. 1'rnmt.ltv nml flfCM? KiflwflsVsSife - nently cures nil forms of Nervous Weakness, Emissions, spermatorrhea, and all effects of prescribed over 35 years In ui is mo Ucroro and After, nnlv it.iiai.u (.uses; ir...... m,i Medicine known. Ask druggist for Wood's 1'iiospiiodine; If he offers some worthless medicine In place of this, leave his dishonest store. Inclose price In letter, and we will send by return mall. Price, one package, 11 six. j. One will please, six will cure, l'amphlct In plain sealed envelope, J stamps. Address ..(uuumiiui druggists everywhere. TDs- V- Sold In Cloverport by C, C. Martin, and On. The Wood ClicimculDetroit, Woodward avenuj ijt Mich.. The Christmas STOCKING ! And how to fill it is the absorbing question What present now. could be more appropriate than the numerous pretty tilings Santa Clans is showing at Sulzcr's. Among other things you will sec Cathedral Chimes, ( Brownie Ten Pins, ; Piano Duster Sets, , WJiisk Broom Holders, f Smoker's Polished 'Horn Sets, Plioto Cases, Collar and CufT Sets, Slipper Cases. ' Come let. us help you fill your stocking, Stilzer's, 0LOVEUPORT, KV, KiiBRfiJBBluPflJL 'HGMI V,"l"AafllHSaeffilHH!ai!JI!KLrs: mrag u,l"i"ll(f y PWfW' -- ' OVHEl News. Pocket-protectors. BiRiaGKmMRlDGm GOOD IMPRESSIONS. Dr. Frank Exprossos Himsolf on His Rocont Visit to this City. GOD I1L.ESS NRS, Wm GLvOVKlRPOR, KY. J. Winter. Johu M. Borntracflcr. Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER H, 1892. LOCAL BREVITIES. Bring all your children to Salter's. Tho fruits of tho ficlda and orchards at Sutler's. Mr. Geo. 0. Patton went to Louisvillo Monday. Watch Bilker's show windows will interest you. Flclschmann's compressed yeast fresh every Friday at Suiter's. Miss Ella Moscly, ol Stcphcnsport, was in tho city shopping last Friday. Do you believe in your star7 Watch how it guides you straight to Suitor's. Al. Iline, tho clever hat drummer, of Louisville, was in tho city last Friday. Deputy Sheriff Charley Miller, of Hardinsburg, was in the city Saturday. Mr. It. II. Brnshoar, of Owcnsboro, pawed down on tho train last Thursday. Mr. Huston Styles, operator here, visited his parents in Stcphcnsport Sunday. "Wo guarantee good work with no to your garments. Cloverport Laun dry. Bo sure and sco D'Huy's Btock before W can please making your selections. you in every line. John Dayis and Mrs. John Mogan, of Derby; were passengers on tho up packet ono day last week. Now is tho timo to mako your selections, bo sure and see D'Huy's before buying your Christmas presents. Dr. Foster Lightfoot and Mr. Kasey aro preparing to lay now brick side walks in front of their property on High street. Trof. F. J. McAuliffe, of tho Meado Co. Messenger, Brandenburg, was in tho city Saturday and mado a pleasant call at this in-Ju- K ' ' r.- - -- Ji. ' ft h & T office. Messrs. A. D. Ashcraft and Jesso Sweet breath, sweet stomach, eweet of Sulzer's. temper, all result from tho uso of Do Witt's . Tho old locust trees which havo bo Littlo Early Risers, tho famous littlo pills. long stood at tho Bbkckknhiixik Nkws Short & Haynes, Cloverport; and Beard corner havo lcen cut down preparatory & Bcclcr, Hardinsburg. to laying tho brick pavement Mr. and Mrs. C. M. McGlothlan, of Union Star, and Miss Georgia Hankins, of Stcphcnsport, were passengers on tho train for Louisvillo last Saturday. C. C. Azbcll, tho Waterbury watch man, of AVatctbury, Conn., was in tho city Saturday night with a spring in him nine feet long and well wound up. Rich. Mattingly who moved to Addiy son Just before tho election, had recovered from tho effects of tho landslide to visit tho city again last Saturday. Delays aro dangerous, by waiting too long you may loose tho articles yon most Remember and sco D'Huy's desire. holiday stock before making your purchases. Mrs. D. W. Stancliff, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. J. S. Wilkcrson for several months, returns to St. Louis to day to spend Christmas with her husband. Tho news boys on tho trains havo at last "caught on." They now hallow a Republi"Sl. Louis can paper," and "St. Louis Republic, a Democratic paper." Mr. Jesso "Weatherholt, of Holt, and his son Marion were in Louisvillo last week. Mr. Weatherholt lias recently moved to tho bottom and occupies tho Mr. old homestead of his father-in-laReuben Reynolds. Mr. Shelly Triplctf, of Rosetta, was in Louisvillo last week selling his tobadco. Ho got a good round price and camo homo satisfied. Mr. Triplett is a good tobacco raiser and always gets tho top of tho market for his crop. W. II. Morgan, marshal of Stephens-por- t, is getting some good work in on hisollico in that locality. Last Saturday ho followed two hogsheads of tobacco to Louisvillo aud collected tho money on them from a debtor who was trying to cvado tho processes of tho law. The following officers were eletcd in tho Knights of Pythias lodgo in this city lost week : Augustus Brown, 0. 0 , Chas. May, V. C: Alfred Oelre, prelate; S. P. Conrad, M. A ; A. A. Lalleist, K. of It. and S; J. 8. Vanco, M. of F: E. T. Haynes, M. of E. Mr. James Heron, who has been managing superintendent for two years hero for tho Brecltenrldgo Company, limited, has been appointed general superintendent of tho Lexington & Carter County Mining Co. Tho mines aro situated at Mt. Savage, Denton and Music, Carter county, this stato. Tho subscription list of tho Breckenridge News continues to climb, and tho premiums continuo to go out. Mr. S. II. Dix, of Roberts' Bottom, was in tho city Wednesday and while hero, dropped into tho office and subscribed for tho Nkws, receiving as a premium a fino steel engraving, worth $16. Mr. Henry W. Drury, of Bowloyvillo, received tho third ptiro, a $15 suit of clothes from Levy's, Louisvillo Clothing Houso. Three prizes were given by this cntcrprslng house for tho three nearest guesses ah to how tho Stato of Indiana would go in tho last Presidential election. Young Drury guessed 7,153 majority for Cleveland. Tho majority wua 7,196 for Cleveland. The contract for building the new Presbyterian church has been let to R. W. Lewis & Bros., of this city. It will be built of brick, will have a front of SO feet, ruHBlajc lGk 60 leet and will bo IH (eet from Rear to celling, with a tower en top. It will also have a 22 foot L. which will contain the Sunday school room. The building is to cost $5,000 and will be one of the nicest churches in this section of the state, and an orna ment to the city. Work will begin Immediately, and it will be pushed to completion m rapidly as circumstances will suffi-cientGlobe-Democr- Hcrndon, of Irvlngton, were in tho city Friday and bought a suit of clothes each Sulzer's prices. Mr. John Heston, of Big Spring, is in tho city. Tho great striko at Sulzer's Knocking prices on tho head. Mrs. Wm. Hall went to Webster lost Thursday to visit relatives. Engineer J. B. Randcll and wifu havo gono to Ohio to spend Christmas. Jack Frost comes with Santa Claus. Welcome him In ono of Sulzer's ulsters. Patronizo homo Industries. Havo your clothes laundried at tho Cloverport Laundry. George Chick, of Mt. Sterling, is in tho city circulating among his old friends. Go and cxamino D'Huy's stock of handoomo Christmas goods. Ho will be pleased to see you. Tho young ladies can find appropriate presents for there sweethearts at D'Huy's Mammoth Store. Miss Nnnnio Wilson, who has been visiting friends and relatives near returned homo Tuesday. Wear nice, clean clothes to tho entertainments during tho holidays. Get them "dono up" at tho Cloverport Laundry. Lieut. Peary failed to discover Santa Claus at the North Polo. Tho fact is, tho Jolly old patron was then on his way south to Sulzer's. S. T. Hambly, tho man who camo from San Francisco, Cal., to Cloverport last spring to getn wife, whom ho had never seen, has moved with his better half to Cannclton, Ind. Mr. Thomas Wilkorson, a young man of this city who has long been afllictcd witli consumption, died of that dread disease Monday, and was interred in tho city cemetery yesterday. Rev. S. P. Stiles assisted by Dr. W. B. Godby commenced a meeting at tho Methodist church at Stepheusport last Sunday. They will nlso hold a meeting at Union Star after Christmas. Henry Winter. THE L.AU1E8 OF CJI,OVEItIOKT. Having Just returned from Clovcrpott, where wo had mado n short sojourn, to carry out tho edict of tho Grand Chapter of tho Stato of Kentucky, in removing Bewley vllio Chapter No. Oi) to that city and setting it to work, aided by companions T. J. Jolly, Charles Blanford, G. P. Paul, Perry Holt and A. R. Morris members of Bowlevvlllo Chapter, I but voico tho unanimous sentiment of my accompanying companions in acknowledging tho courtesy, kindness and hospitality with which wo wore.asitwero.showored. Somo of us who had not visited Cloverport sinco tiie advent of tho railroad soon perceived that tho iron horse had brought now lifo and vigor in its track. That wo were in a now Cloverport that a strong impetus and a new vigor spurred on its circulation; that her rise was upward and onward, but healthy and surely. Still mora wero wo gratified to find that in this universal race of progress, tho citizens of Cloverport had not forgotten that of tho arts, sciences and hospitality and which has left upon us the lasting and foud impression, that Bowloyvillo Chapter No. 09 (around which cluster so many fond associations, linked with days which shall never return, )has been transported to a genial clime, and liko tho green bay tree, it will take vigorous root, and, wo fondly hope, will flourish in im mortal green forever. Tho ladies of Cloverport to them nniBt wo ascribe, ttiat their influenco has been all powerful in checking this absorption of all that is pleasant, and that smooths tho rotigher parts of life. From tho kindness and tact which thoy displayed in rendering our sojourn pleasant, wo could not but feel that this was duo to them, Tho skill and manner in which thoy played (ho amenities of hostess, could not but mako me, rough and rugged as I am, inwardly exclaim, "God bless tho ladies of Cloverport," and acknowledging that the art, skill and tact witli which they dispensed those courtesies, which wero at tho samo time so irrcsistibloaud pleasing, tho ladies of Cloverport were unsurpassed. And wo adjuro you ladies, (tho Mrs. Skillman, Moorman, Porter and others,) that in after years, wlion memory shall bring down tho corridors of time, tho pleasant spots of days gono by, tho ladies of Cloverport will ornament tho greenest and most vivid spot. John II. W. Fkank. Piles of Peoplo havo piles, hut Witch Hazel Salvo will euro them. 8hort & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Bcoler, Hardinsburg, Ky. De-Wit- t's When vou start out to buy Clothing for A General Reduction of Prices all Over the House. yoursolf or boys bo sure to drop in on us and inspect our superb stock of Louisvillo mado Clothing tho best in tho world. Wo promiso to mako prices to plcnso in No goods misrepevery caso. tho resented truth always. COME RIGHT IN ! Don't wait until the choicest bargains are gono, but como at once to JULIUS WINTER & LOTTIS-VIXjXjE- CO.. "Old Reliable" Clothere, Corner Third and Market, Sulzer's Headquarters for SANTA CLAUS. IKY. And see what Novelties they have to offer. There aro some neat and inexpensive goods, and there arc all grades and prices. Tho btoro , ZJ IHHHHbUMHHHHI To TKe PuLIic I Wc have opened a Steam Laundry in your city mid wc arc going to make it a success, if you will give use the work that you send oil', so that wc can make enough to pay hands. We may not do as white work as the city, but do not cat your clothes up with acid. Wc wasii them. There is about $ioo worth of work per week in your city, which goes out to help some other town, that is 85,200 which we will keep in the city per year. first-clas- s IS OPEN TO ALL It is prudent ! to begin looking up Holiday Presents early. You aro cordially invited to como and sco what Sulzer's can do in these lines. K CLOVERPORT STEAM LAUNDRY. BRANDENBURG. In consideration of tho numerous appeals I havo had to report for your most excellent paper, I feel constrained to my mako an effort, notwithstanding numerous duties. Tho idea impresses mo very pleasantly, if I can mako a weekly bucccss of it. Items and general nows aro not abundant, or perhaps having fallen out of tho column, I'vo failed to gather tho fragments as they floated. D. W. Fairleigh was to sec Mr. Walh-o- n last week. Robt. Morcmen is homo from Cincinnati to remain until spring. Miss LaFayctto Lalleist spent latt week with Miss E,va Hcrndon. Miss Effie Rnwlings leaves this week to spend the winter in Kansas. Miss Bettio Ditto will arrive tho 15th Inst, to enjoy the holidays at home. Misa Addio Ditto is with her brother, Wm. Ditto, for a short sojourn. Miss Fannie Mattingly spent last Saturday with Mrs. F. J. McAuliffe. C. S. Grinncll, Beall and Henry Nevitt wore in Louisvillo last Saturday. Mrs. Lucy McClarty,of Viiie" 'Grove," was a guest of MreTaylor Haynes last week. tf Mr. and Mrs. P. Nevit spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Novitt. Hon. Chapezo Wathan is improving slowly. Ho has been confined to his bod ten weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. II. Ditto aro onto more installed at Arlington" In their "spink, spank" new houso. Dr. and Mrs. Wells aro enfolded in A their own "Vino and Fig Tree" pretty, cozy homo they havo. Mrs. J. W. Richardson contemplates a visit in Janurary to her friend, Mrs. Greiger, of Clermont, Florida. On next Sunday Bro. Lambert assisted by Rev. Ross, of St. Louis, will began protracted services at tho M. E. church. County Court was in session last week with tho UBual routine business transacted, as well as tho usual county people present. Mrs. Jones, of South Bend, Ind., has had a most enjoyable stay with relatives in Meado county. Sho will spend tho romainder of tho winter with her son in Mississippi. Last Sunday Father O'Connor had early, mass at tho Catholic church. Juvenllo Missionary exorcises at tho M. E. church and a sermon by Bro. 1 1 agon at tho Baptist church. Main street is rejoicing in water works and hone. Tho property holders on the hill aro somowhat disgruntled over tho tax as tho street alono is bene fited In caso of flro. Thoy can only, cultivate a progressive spirit and bo chari-tabl- o towards their neighbors. - - is '' i Christmas Bells Have Commenced to Ring! fnA IB- - :f- - 4 i I If. - ib:ell.:r,d .u & ": co.'s "if 3;: 3: f CUSTER. Mrs. C. C. Davis, of Buras, was in town Thursday. Mr. Wheatloy, distiller at Big Spring, was in town Friday. Tho hands were out Friday working tho Constantino road. "Babe" Nimmo and family will move to Louisvillo next week. at tho Methodist Tho prayer-meetin- g church on Thursday nights aro well attended. Littlo Mattio Meador has been out of school for a week or nioro on account of sickness. Sho is much better now. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Alexander spent tho latter part of lost week at tho homo of Mrs. Alexander s father near falrviow. A young Mr. Vititoo passod through hero Friday for his homo near Constantino. Ho has been away with fust horses sinco last April. Largo quantities of tobacco aro being delivered here at good prices. Tho town presents a lively appearance and our merchants aro doing a big buiiness. Parts of Main street and Shady avenue aro being piked. Last winter tho mud was fearfully bad in them, but this timo it will bo prevented by tho present activity of our citizens. man would feel No chicken-hearteliko killing fifteen thousand hens simply because thoy cackled alter laying their eggs, but tho samo fellow could keep tho lions and soil all tho eggs for tho top prices to Alexander & Pilo. When at a neighboring town a short timo ago, wo heard it remarked that that Custer correspondent was always writing about somo wedding that nover took placo. In defense of myself and in substantiation of Madam Rumor's reports, I can say that our people aro marrying was at a rapid rate. Tho last knot-tyin- g at tho liomo of Mr. James Haynes, whero his adopted daughter, Miss Ethel was wedded to "Dick" Bennett. May tho roses which lino their life's pathway havo concealed behind them tho fewest thorns possible. d .r-- SANTA CLAUS is coming in our midst once more, and he will make his principal shopping place with us, for here he can find gifts to please the children, suitable ones for the boys and girls, and valuable presents for the old. We have a handsome line of E AWHATIYE IB. IB1. S &c QEI At low prices. Come and see our elegant line, and you will be delighted. r h r '" Breckenridge County Sued. Suit was filed in tho United States Court at Owensboro last week against Brcckenridgo county for tho amount of duo W. V. McCracken & Co., Interest in tho Soda Ash Plant is un- interest wortli of bonds voted to tho on $00,000 abated. Several houses aro occupied by The meeting now in progress at tho Small in siio, great In results: Do WIU'b Louisville, Hardiniburg & Western R. Methodist church is being conducted by tho employees, 'with a number at tho Rough Little Early Itlaers. Ik'etpillH for Consti- Pastor Caudill, assisted by Kov. Felix and R. in tho Hardinsburg hotels and privato families. Buildings interest pation, best for Hick ileadacho, best for Hoborts. Tho precincts. Creek improvements aro being rapidly Short and Tho counsel for Sour Stomach. Thuy novor prlpo. Heelamounts to $3,400. Bro. Caudiir preached Sunday from advanced and the plant has assumed &Hayiien, Clovenwrt, and Heard ItomaiiH vl ch. vr : "But now being plaintiffs aro, D. R. Murray, Helm A er, Hanllnshurg, Ky. proportions. tho largo and business like made free from sin, and became servants Strawa and Carrico & Bruco, Farlelgh to God, yo havo your fruit unto holiness Cant some fortunatcs erect a number of BEWLEYVILLE. Miller. Tho U. S. Court meets in Januaana tuo onu ovcriasitng me. houses "to lot" and thus encourage tho ry noxt, and it is supposed tho caso will Remember that tho Cash Store is conenterprise, as well as luduco substantial Lett Over from Lutt Week. then bo called for trial. stantly receiving now and seasonable mado a trip to citizens to locatewith, us. 2-M BIEIAJRJD CO. W I .3 , HARDINSBUBG, KY. house which ho will uso as a sales-roofor saddlery and shoo shop. Miss M. Bettio Drury is propnring her school for a grand entertainment to ho ulvon In tho Baptist church in Irvlngton, Tuesday night after Christmas. Scats for 100 go and you will bo highly enter- uuneo, ana will never regret tuo small sum It will cost you. Mr. A. Gross says that tho election of Cleveland has sent tho prlco of coflee up so high already that a poor man can t aUbrd to buy It. Wo told him it was Harrison's fault. Ho ought to huvo hnd General Dauforth down there last summer with his rain bombs and made it seasonable go that tho collco crop would have been long and not short. Tho question of building a dairy at Buwlevvillo is beimr talked of bv some of the farmers of tho vicinity and there is no doubt but what it would prove more profitable than tho raising of wheat, corn and tobacco if enough of them would go Into it to make it A success from tho bo- ginning. Tho long delay in getting ready to furnish tho milk has been tho fruitful source of (allure of many dairies that could cosily havo been mado paying investments by prompt action of tho patrons in stocking up w itlr the dairy cattlo. permit. Last Saturday brought the weekly stream of shoppers and sight scrrs from town and country. Everybody was looking at the holiday goods, full of hope, promises and dreams of a near, happy Christmas. Nono of us need grow old, weary or callous after viewing such an array of beautiful commodities, aud witnessing the pure, unspotted little ones in their delight, "Shaped by the master irtht, touched by the baud devine." Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. When Bby wm tfc, w gar tor CMterU. When ba wm Child, she ori4 for CMterU, Wfcea Ao boefta Mitt, h etuag to OaatorU, Wbm the had ChlldrM, & them CaatorU, Mr. Alonzo Bennett Louisvillo last week. Miss Puyno from near Horned Ih visiting tho family of Mr. T. II. Hayno. Mrs. Taylor and daughter, Halllo, 01 Hosctta, yero hero at church Sunday. Tho young folks had a social at Mrs. K. T. McCoy's on Friday night last that thoy thought a thing of beauty and a Joy r. for-oye- Sellers Liver Pills. I jto Christmas goods will begin to come in this week. On hand a largo lot of hold-ove- r boots. Nos. 0 and 7. of tho best quality, Eastern mado goods all at wholesale prices. , Our school, with Prof. Given ns principal, moves on smoothly, and if tho parents of tho pupils will second tho motion with good will promptly, it will go on promauiy to the cnu. Cnpt. W. E. Pennington is repairing Mr. Ellsha Smith with Ids best girl attended church hero Sunday. Miss Clara tho property formerly owned by Dr. PenAtkinson, of Guston, wuj also in attend- nington which ho will Boon occupy tm a otddoncn, Ho is also repairing the store ance. goods. Act Directly on the L,lvrf CCnil C'U:lX AKD jriTB, DTIf WM. SirxIIiADACu, Diuoui Colic, CqxKiM-TIOK, KltlUXATtlM, 1'IUI, I'AUTfiTMa or Tni lt4ivr,Dutixr, Toarta low, COITZDTOXOU, BLirrllHXMI, AHBA DuiiuiorTM Liven amd Stomach; It rou do cot "fed very well," a l!ngl pUt tttmoUIca tho ttomMb, totoNfl ITHMB. tho appctlts, impAttt tigor to CM Tbf r euro All dUeic Uko the rUbt kind. SELLERS liVUK l'lLLS, KnU liv dmrclM. Peed (af olrwkr. Blc 8ELLKKBMKDICINK CO.,FltHoWte-n- . gigywiufwiyiiu i, i ii wn mm yu.'lvvswm'miii! 6 Breckenridge WKDNKSDA-Y- , THEX News. DKCEMBKK M, 1892. BRRGKRNRIDGR NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. to ro rnrrni loTmnlssloli duiiugvhft wintrr will make a total of nineteen during his administration of the department. During tho current year ten war vessels and three navy tugs have been launched vesand during the four years twenty-liv- e sels will havo launched. Two other large ships nnd a torpedo Isiat nro under contract nod tho work upon them well advanced, the four' monitors are awaiting only the arrival of their armor which has been unexpectedly delayed, or they would this In commission. have been Contracts have Iss-- let during this administration, under appropriations for the increase of the navy, including new vessels and their appurtenances, to the amount of 35,000,000 and there has ls.en expended duiinf, the snmo period for labor at unvy yards upon similar work (5,000,000 without the smallest scandal or charge of fraud or partiality. The enthusiasm and Interest of our naval olllcers, lsith of the stair and line, havo greatly kindled. They have responded magnificently to the conllcongress, and have demonstrated dence of to the world an unexcelled capacity in construction, lu ordnance, and lu everything Involved lu the building, equipping and Hailing of great warships. At the beginning of Secretary Trncy'g administration several difficult problems remained to Isj grappled with ami solved before the cjllcleney in action of our ships could Ik) secured. It is believed thnt its the result of new processes In tho construction of armor lilato our later ships will be clothed with defensive platen of higher resistance force than found of nny war vesls-c- I w ma. lio Disoussed. INK! was 55.35 per cent, of tho totnl value of imKirts, as compared with 43.35 per cent, in 1891, and S.m per cent, lu 1890. iluVnig tlie fiscal year 1893 the value ot lniM)rts free of duty aimiuutsl to l.'.7,(i'.'.,-050- , tho largest ntrgreguto lu tho history of our commeri'c. Thevabmof the Imports of merchauillso entered free, of duly III Conatwl.n Trndii. President Harrison's Last An nunl to Congress. Tho Condition of Our Qroat Ropub- i. As to Tariff Ho Accopts tho Rocont Vordlct, LEAVING RESPONSIBILITY WITH THE NEXT CONGRES& IIHLATIONS OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA. JUKI A-- i . Other Foreign Relations The Sealing Question The Nicaragua Canal The Oliver Qur.tlon The Indian Uureau. The Navr l'entloin The Quarantine. Immigration No Election Freud Heaton Why We Should Not Progress in the Futuro at Wo Have In the rest. WA8IHSOTO.V, Doo. 0. President liar, rison's messago read as follows: To tho Scnnto and Housa of Itcprcscnta- tlves: In submitting my annual message to congress I liuvu great satisfaction In being nlilu to say that tliu general conditions affecting tho commercial ami Industrial of tho United States are in tho highest degree fnvoralilu. A comparison of the existing condition with thoso of tho most favored period In tho history of tlio country will, l believe, show thai so high degree of prosperity and no general a diffusion of tho comforts of llfo wero never before enjoyed by our people. The Country's Wealth. The total wealth of tho country In ISflO wo (15.199.010.0G0. In 1890 It amounted to fI2,OlO,000,000, an increase of 287 per cent. Tho total mileage of railways in tho United State In 1800 won 80.020; In 1890 It was 107,701, nn Increase of 448 per cent., and it Is estimated that there will bo almut 4.000 miles of track added by tho clone of the year 1892. Tho olllclal returns of tho eleventh census nnd those of tho tenth census for "evenly five lending cities furnish tho basis for tho following compurl-eons- : turing was 1,243,839.070. In 1890 the capital invested turing was (2,900,7S5,88. In In 1880 1890 1880 1690 In 18S0 the capital invested in manufacIn manufac- tho number of employes was tho wages earned wero (1,221,-1T0.40- In tho number of employes was 8. lu tho wages earned wero In 180 the value of tlio product was In 1890 4. In our coastwise tnulo n most encouraging development is in progress, theru having been in the last four years an increase of 10 per cent. In Internal commerce tho statistics show that no such period of prosperity hns ever Ixiforo existed. Another indication of the general prosperity ot thu country Is found lu the fact that the number of depositors In savings banks increased from 003,570 lu 1880 to 4,253,893 lu 1890, an Increase of 513 per cent., and tho amount of dennslts from 149.277.- 001 in 1880. to tl.53l.8U.500 in 1890. an in crease of 021 per cent. In 1891 tho amount oi deposits in savings onnK.s was i,itm,uiv;-749- . it is estimated that CO percent, of these dox(slts represent the savings of wage earners. , The bank clearances for nlno months ending Sept. 30, 1891, amounted to For the same month In 1892 they amounted to 15,159.501,917. Kxcesj for tho nine months of 1,410,211,319. flood Wucpi nnd Plenty of Work. There never has been a time in our history when work was so abundant or wheu wages wero as high, whether measured by tho currency In which they are paid or by their power to supply the necessaries and comforts of life. It Is true that tho mar ket prices of. cotton and wheat havo been low. It Is one of the unfavorable Incidents of agriculture that tho farmer can not produce tiMiu orders. Ho must sow ami reap in Ignorance of the aggregate production of tlio year, and is peculiarly subject to tho denreclatlon which follows ovel production. Hut while tho fact I luno stated is true as to tho crops I have mentioned, the general average of prices bus been such as to glvo to agriculture a fair participation in tho general prosperity. The value of our total farm product has Increased from 1,303,010,1100 in 1800 to In 1891, as estimated by statisticians, an increase of 230 per cent. If they ure discontented with their stnto here; If any believe that wages for honest or price, tho returns Inadequate, they should are toll, not fall to remember that there is no other country in tho world where tho conditions that seem to i liein hard, would not be accepted as highly prosperous. The English agriculturist would be glad to exchange the returns of his latmr for thosu of tlio American farmer, and tho .Manchester workmen their wages for thosu of their fellows at Fall Uiver. Protection. I bellevo that the protectlvo system, which lias now for something more than thirty years continuously prevailed lu our legislation has been a mighty instrument for tho development of our national wealth nnd a most powerful agency In protecting the homes of our worklngmeu from the invasion of want. felt a most solicitous interest to preserve to our working people rates of wages that would not only give daily bread but supply a comfortable margin for those homo attractions and family comforts and enjoyments without which life is neither hopeful nor sweet. They nro American cit Irons a part of tho great people for whom our constitution and government were framed and Institutedand it can not bo n perversion of that constitution to so legislate ns to pro. hcrvo in their homes the comfort, independence, loyalty and sense of interest In tho government which nro essential to gosl citizenship In peace and which will bring this stalwart throng, as lu 1801, to tho defense o' the ling when It Is assailed. It is not or purpose to renew hero tho argument in favor of a protective tariir. The result of tlm recent election must be accepted as having Introduced a new polmust 'sunie that the present tarllT, constructed upon the lines of pioteetlon Is to be and that there Is to bo substituted for it a tarilf law constructed with reference to revenue; that n i duty Is to be higher because the increase will keep open an American mill or keep up the wages of an American workman, but that In every ease such a rate of duty is to be imposed as 111 bring tho treasury of the rutted States the largest reVe sel afloat. Wo wero without torpedoes. Tests have licen mado to ascertraln the relative of dlilcreut constructions; a torpedo has lH;cn adopted, and the work of construction Is now being carried on success- shells. We arc now making what Is believed to Imj a projectile superior to any be fore In use. A smokelc&b Dowrfer has been developed end a (low burning powder for puns of q l.ii go caliber. A high explosive, capable pi use in shells fired from service guns, has been found, and tho manufacture of gun cotton has been developed so that the question of supply is no lunger In doubt, Tlio development of a naval militia, which has been organized in eight states fully. Vo are without arinor-plerclii- g THE ANGELS OF THE HOUSEHOLD. The Mfr (liter ottlie croup U nttlred In a cuniune merino irocK, wun fcuimpe oi aoneu HII ran, tne upcr sleeves DcuiK oi pinin mik; iiieRinmpc is uuumcu uy uuiui m Thle little girl In velvet Torn o'Slmntcr wars cloak of eiderdown flannel, trimmed with velvet, with muir and hon of white fur The other lin a fur et of trimmer with polo cap to match and a plain plush coat The Daniiel sailor stilt lor tne boy, mane wun sin (kin and blouse mint, with lit miO cap. Is comfortable and pretty vnt-- Til TiiTi 1iTeTiio."3 fit 'administration which have been pursued and to tho results which have been attained. ,4t4, Public reu-nucamounting to 1)77,292 25 have been collected and disbursed without loss from mlsnpproprlntlon, without a single defalcation of such importance ns to attract the public attention, and at a diminished per cent, of cost for collection. Itnliitliins with Foreign Countries. Our relations with other nations are now undisturbed by nny htrlous controversy. The complicated and threatening with Germany and Kiigland relating to Samonu affairs, with Kuglaud lu relation to the seal fisheries In tho llerhing set, mid with Chill growing out of the IJalti more alfalr, havo been adjusted. Theie hate been negotiated and concluded, under Section 3 of tlio tariir law, commercial agreements relating to reciprocal trade with the following countries: lirnil, Dominican Republic, Spain for Cuba ami Puerto Itico, liuateiiiala, Salv.. dor, the Herman einplr?, Great llritaln tut certain West Indian colinles and Hrltl : Gulimim, Nlcjiraugua, Honduras and Am s dllTO-ence- Mnctnry Conference. icy. tho value of tho product was I am Informed by the superintendent of tho census that tlio omission of certain Industries In 1SH) which were included lu 16'JO, accounts lu part for tho remarkable increase thus showu. lint, after making full allowances for differences of met hod and deducting tho returns for all Industries not included in the census of 18"), there remain in tho reports from these roventy-flv- e cities an IncrcAMi In tho capital employed of (1,532,745,001; In tho vnluo of the pHsluct of (2,021,230,100; in wuges earned of 077,013.029, and in tho number of employed of Tho wage earnings not only show ai increased aggregate, but an Increase per capita from (380 in 1880 to (517 in 1800, or 41.71 per cent. Tho new Industrial plants establish! J since Oct. 0, 1890, and up to Oct. 22, lb'.y, as partially rcporteil in 'J'he American Kconoiulst, numlcr3l5, and tho extension of existing plants 108; tho new capital amount to 10, 119,050 and the number of additional emjiloyes to :rr,2S5 The Textile World for July, 1893, states that during tho first six months of tho present calendar jear 135 new factories wero built, 40 are cotton mills, 48 knitting mills, 20 woolen mills, 15sllk mills. 4 plush n mills and 2 ll.ien mills. Of tho sixty mills twenty-ouhave been built in tho southern states. Mr. A. 11. Shepper- on, oi me .u'w i one loiioii cxciiuuue, estimates the uiiinlier of working spindles in the United States on Sept, 1, lh!, at nu increase of 000,000 over tho year 1891. Tho consumption of cotton by American mills lu 1891 was ,390,000 bale, and in 1892, 2.581,000 bah, nn Increase of 188,000 boles, From the year 1809 to 1893, Inclusive, thero lias len an Increase In tho consumption of cotton In Kuropo of K! per cent., while during tlm tame period tho Inercaso In consumption in the United States bus been about 150 per cent. Tin Plate. Tho report of Ira Ayer, special agent of the treasury department, shows that at tho dute of Sept 30, 1892 there were thirty-twcompanies manufacturing tin and terne plutu Ir. tho United States and fourteen companies building new works for Mich manufacture. The estimated Investment In buildings and plants at the close of the fiscal year, Juno 30, 19.1, If existing lotidltlous wero to bo continued, was and tho estimated actual production for tho quarter ending Sept. 30, 1892, was 10,053,725 pounds. The report of tabor Commissioner Peck, of New Vork, shows that during 191, in about 0,000 manufacturing establishments in that state embraced within the special inquiry made by him, and representing sixty-sevedifferent industries, thero was a net Increase over tho year 1890 of (31,315,-130.0- 8 in the value of the pnsluct, uiidnf (0.377,925.09 In the amount of wages paid. Tlio rcjKjrt of tho commissioner of labor for tho stale of Mussachusettcs shows that H.745 Industries in that state paid (129,410,-JM- 8 lu wages during the year 1891, against 1125,030,303 in 1890, an increase Of t3.a35.tH5, mid that thero was an Increase of 9,932,-49- 0 in tho amount of capital and of 7,310 In tho number of jhtsoiis employed in tho name period. During tho last six months of the year 1891 and tho first six mouths of 1893 tho total production of pig Iron was 11,710,810 tons, ns against (l.'JOU.TUI tons In tho year 1890. which was tho largest annual production ever attained. For tlio snmo twelve months of 1891-9- 2, tho production of Bessemer ingots was 3,878,581 tons, an increase of 189, 710 gross tons over the previously unprecedented yearly production of 3,088,871 gross tons In 1890. Tho production of Ilessemer steel rolls for the first nix months of 1892 was 772,43(1 gross tons, ns against 702,080 gross tons during the lost six mouths of the year 1891. Foreign Trade. The total value of our foreign trade exports and manufactures) during the lost Hscal year was (1,837,080,010, an Increase of I128,i!3,00l over tho previous llscal year. The average annual value of our Imort end exports of merchandise for tho ten fiscal years prior to 1891 was 11,457,322,019. It will bo observed that our foreign trado for 1892 exceeded this annual average vol-tiby 1400,510,691, nn Increase of 27.47 per cent. Tho significance, and value of this increase aro showu by the fact that thr excess In the trade of 1892 over 1891. wai wholly In the value of exports, for there wis a decrease In tho value of. exports of wago-earhe850.-02co-too o n o Tho raluo of onr exports during tlio fiscal year 1892 reached the highest llgure in the history of tho government, amounting to 1,030,578,148, exceeding by H5,797.8Ja the cxpor. of 1691, and exceeding the value of the imjMjrts by 12,873,080. A comparison of thu value of our exports for 18VJ with the annual average for tho ten ycars'prlor to 1891 shows an excess of or of 51.03 per cent. The value of our imports of merchandise for 1892. which vras fu),402,4), also exceeded tho annual nverage of the the tcu years prior to 1891 ' JL bv135.813.Wa 1 (17.513,751. The contention has not been between schedules but Is'twccn principles, and it would be olTenshe to suggest that the prevailing party will not carry Into legislation the principles advocated by It and the pledge given to the people. Tho tariff bills passed by the house of representatives at the last session were, as I supposed, even in tho opinion of their promoters, Inadequate and Justified only by that tho seunte and house of representatives wero not m accoru ami mat a general revision could not, therefore, be undertaken. I recommend that the whole subject of tariir revision be left to the incoming con gress. It is a matter of regret that this work must bo delayed for at least three months; for the threat of great toriu" changes lutnsluces so much uncertainty that an amount not easily estimated o'f business Inaction and of diminished production will necessarily result. It is possible, also, that this uncertainty may result in decreased revenues from customs duties, for our merchants will make cautious orders for foreign goods lu view of the prospect of tarill reductions and tho uncertain ty as to when it will take effect. Those who have advocated a protectlvo tariir can well aliord to have their disastrous forecasts of a change of policy disappointed. If a system of customs duties can bo framed that will set tho idle wheels and looms of Kuropo fn motion and croud our warehouses wit It foreign made goods and nt tho same time keep our own mills busy, that will give us an increased participation in "tlio markets of tho world ' of a greater value than tho home market that we surrender, that will give increased work to foreign workmen upon products to Ik consumed by our people without diminishing the amount of work to be done here, that will enable tho Ainei lam manufacturer to pay to Ids workmen from 50 to 100 per cent, moie in wages than is paid lu the foreign mill and yet to compete in our market and in foreign markets with the foreign producer; that will further reduce tho cost of articles of wear and food without reducing the wages of those who produce them; that can 1h celebrated, after Its effects have been realized, as Its expectation has licei, in European as well as in American cities, the authors and promoters of It will lie entitled to tho highest praise. We have had In our history several experiences of tho contrasted cllects of a revenue and of a protectee tariir, but this generation has not felt them, and tho experience of onu generation is not highly instructive to the pext. Tho friends of the protective sys tem, witli undiminished conlldence In the iiirincipies they have advocated, will await the results of tho new experiment. The strained and too often disturbed relations existing between tho employes and tho employers in our great manufacturing establishments have not been favorable to a caln. consideration by the wage earner of tho effect upon wagm of tho protective system. The facts that Ids wages wero tho highest paid In like callings lu the world and tuut a xuaiuteuunco of this rate ol wages In tho nUncnco of protectlvo dutlci upon tho pnsluct of his labor, wa Impo-- t y ihle, were obscured by tho passion evoked by thuso contests, lfe may now Jsi able tc review tho question lu tho light of his experience under tho operation of a tariir for revenue only. It that experience, shall dcinonslraU that present rates of wages aretherebj maintained or Increased, either absolutelj or in their purchasing power, and that th aggregate volume of work to be done In this country Is Increased or even main talned so that thero are more orasnmnj days' work In a year at as gtssl or bettei wages for the American workman as hm Imjcii tho case under tho protectlvo system, every one will rejoice. A general proceft of wngo reduction cannot bo contemplated by iiuy patriotic citizen without the gravest apprehension. It may Is-- , Indeed I bellevo Is, possible for the American manufacturer to coin pete successfully with his foreign rival ic iiinuy branches of production without the defense of protective duties, If the pa) rolls are equalized; but tlio conflict thnl stands Isitweeu the producer and that result nnd tlio distress of our working people wheu It Is attained are not pleasant to contemplate. The society of unemployed now holding Its frequent and threatening pa nides In the streets of foreign cltlvl should not bo allowed to acquire an American domicile. The reports of the heads of the several executive departments which are herewith submitted, hate very naturally Included n resume of the whole work of the administration with thu transactions of the last fiscal year. The attention, not only ol cojigro luit- of the country, Is again Jn jor-son- turns of revenue. Kspecial care has been taken to secure markets for farm products In order to ri lleve that great under! Ing Industry of the depression which tlio lack of an adequate foreign market for o.ir surplus often brings. An opening lias also been madj for manufactured products that will undoubtedly, if tho policy Is maintained greatly augment our export trade. Our relations with Hawaii have been such as to attract an inci eased Interest and must continue to do so. I deem it of great importance that the projected siiIh maritio cable, a survey for which has lieen made, should be promoted. ISoth for nav. 1 nd commercial uses, we should have quick communication with Honolulu. We should lmfore this have availed ourselves of the concession, made ninny years ago to this goverement, for a harbor and naval station nt Pearl river. Many evidences of tho friendliness of the Hawaiian government have been given in the pat uud It is gratifying to bellevo that the advantage ami necessity of a continuance of very close relations is appreciated. In regard to our relations with foreign countries', rpforonco is also inndu to tho settlement of tho Chilinn troublo, by Chili's payment of $75,000; tlio $25,000 paid by tlio government to tho families of the Italians lynched in Now Orleans; tlio suppression of tho Garza revolution on tho Moxican frontier. A treatr nrovldlmr for tho arbitration of tho dispute between Great Iiritnln and thu United States as to the killing of seals lu tho Ilehrlug sea vn concluded on tho 29th of February last. v 1 recommend thnt power lsj given to tho tuesldent, by proclamation, to prohibit the taking of seals in the North Pacific by American vessels in caso either as tho result of the findings of tho tribunal of arbitration or otherwise the restraints cnu be applied to the vessel, of all countries. Tho caso of the United States for tho tribunal of arbitration has been prepared with great care and Industry by tho Hon. John W. Foter, and the counsel who represent this government express conlldence that a result substantially establishing our claims and preserving tills rent ludustiy fertile benefit of all nations will bo attained. During the post year n suggestion was pressed through tlio IJritlsh minister that the Canadian government would like to confer as to the possibility of enlarging, upon terms of mutual advantage, the commercial exchange-- ) of Canada and of the United States, and a conference was held nt Washington with Mr. Illulne nctlng for this government and tho British minister nt this capital and three members of the Dominion cabinet acting as a commissioner on tho part of Great Britain. The conference developed tho fact that tho Canadian government was only to oirer to the United States in exchange for the concessions asked, tho admission of natural products. The statement was frankly made that favored rates could not be given to the United States a.j against the mother country. This ndmu-slon- , which was foreseen, necessarily terminated the conference upon tnis question. Tho of an exchange, tho nntural products would be almost wholly with tho people of Canada. Other topics of interest wero considered In tho confer nee and have resulted lu the making of a convention for examining the Alaskan boundary, the waters of b..y adjacent to Kastport, Mo and In tho Initiation of an arrangement for tho protection of fish llfu in tho coterminous ai.d neighboring waters of our north boundary. Tho controversy ns to tolls upon the Welland canal, which was presented to congress at tho last session by special message, having failed of adjustment. I folk constrained :oexerciso the authority conferred by tho net of July 20. 1892, and to proclaim a s'tsneusluu of thu free use of St, Mnry'a Falls canal to cargoes In transit to ports In Canada. The secretary of tho treasury established such tolls us were thought to be equivalent to thaoxnctlous unjustly levied upon our commerce lu the Canadian canals. If, as we suppose, tho political relations of Canada and tho disiMisitiou of tlio Canadian government ure to remain unchanged, a somewhat radical ruvlslon of tradu relations should, I think, las made. Our relations must continue to be Intimate and they should Iki friendly. There is no disposition on the part of tho people or government of the United States to Interfere In the smnllcstdcgrco with the political relations of Canada. That question is wholly with her own people. Our Intercourse with Spain continues on a friendly footing. Tlio treatment of tho religious and edus cational establishments of American In Turkey hasof Into called for more thau usual share of attention. -pro-pare- d Passa-maquod- dy cltl-reu- Nlcrtrnuun Canal. have made mention support given the American company engaged in thocoustructlouof the Nicaragua shlucauaL In previous messages to the iuadequato I I repeat with great earnestness tho which Tho congress has already lwen advised that the invitations of this Koverumeut for au international monetary conference to consider the question of nn enlarged use Filvcr were accepted by tho nations to which thoy wero addressed. The conference asscmblod at Brussels on the 22d ol November and has entered upon the consideration of this great question. I havo not doubted, and have taken occasion to express that belief as well In the invitations Issued for this conference ns in nny public messages, that the free coinage of silver upon au agreed international ratio would greatly promote tho interest pf our people and equally those of other nations. It is too early to predict what results may bo accomplished by tho conference. If any temporary 'check or delay Intervenes, I believe that very soon commercial conditions will compel tho now rets to unite with us in luctant the movement to secure the enlargement of volume of coined money needed for tho transaction of the business of the world. International Copyright. International copyright has been extended to Italy by proclamation lu conformity with tlio act of March 3, 1891. Condition of tlm Trensnrr. The report of tlio secretary of tlio treasury will attract especial Interest In view of the many misleading statements that have been made us to tho state of thu public revenues. Compared with tho year 1891 our receipts from customs duties fell oir 42,009,211.08, while our receipts from internal revenue increased 8,281,323.13, leaving the net loss of revenue from these principal sources, 33,780,417.95. Tho net loss of revenue from all sources was 32,075,972.81. revenues, estimated mid actual, for Tho the llscal year ending Juno 30, 1893, nro placed by the secretary at mid the expenditures nt f 101, 330,350.4 1, showing a surplus of receipts over expenditures are 2,000,000. The cash balance In the treasury at the end of tho fiscal year, it is estimated, will bo 20,992,377.03. The public conlldence lu the purpose nnd nbllity of the government to maintain tho parity of all our money issues, whether coin or paper, must remain unshaken. War. Tho report of tho secretary of war brings again tothe attention of congress some im- suggestions as to the reorganlzn-loof the Infantry and artillery arms of the service, which ills predecessors have before urgei.tly presented. Our army is small, but Its organization should all the more bo put upon tho most npproved modem basis The numerous applications for execu tlve clemency presented in behalf of persons convicted in the United States courts nnd given penitentiary sentence have called my attention to a fact referred to by the attorney general In his report, namely, that n time allowance for good behaviour for such prisoners Is prescribed by the federal statutes uly where tlio state lu which the penitentiary is located has made no such provision. Prisoners nro given the benefit of tho provisions of tho state law regulating the penitentiary to which they may be sent. These are various, somo per-hatoo Ijbcral and some, perhaps, too illiberal. The aggregate of claims pending against tho government in the court of claims is enormous. Claims to the amount of nearly W00,000,000 i ov tho taking oft" of or Injurv to tho persons claiming to be loyal during tlio war are now before that court for examination. 1'ottolllce Department. Tlio report of tlio postmaster general shows a most gratifying increase and a most elllclent ami progressive management of the great business of that great department. The increase in revenues, lu the number of postolllcea nnd in miles of inal' carriage furnishes fourther evidence of the high state ot prosperity which our people are enjoying. Now ofllccs mean new hamlets nnd towns, now routes mean the extension of oui border settlements, and increased revenues mean uu active commerce. Tho deficiency of tho present fiscal year, it Is estimated, will bo reduced to 1,552,-42which will not only' be extinguished during tho next fiscal year, but a surplus of nearly one million dollars should then bo shown. Kver since our merchant snarino was driven from the sea by the rebel cruisers during the War of the rebellion the United States has been paying an enormous annual tribute to foreign countries in the shape of freight and passago monies. Our grain and meats have been taken nt our own docks and our largo imports there laid down by foreign shipmasters. Au increasing torrent of American travel to Kuropo has contributed a vast sum annually to dividends of foreign ship owners. Tho balance of trado showu by tlio lwoks of our custom houses has been very largely reduced mid in many years altogether extinguished by this constant drain. In tlio year 1892 only 12.3 per cent, ot our imports were brought lu American vessels. The foreign steamships maintained by our trnlllc are, many ot them, under contracts with their respective governments by which, in time of war, they will lacou.o a part of their armed naval establishments. , Profiting by our commerce in pence, they will beconio ti.j most formidable destroyers of our commerce in time of war. I feel, and have belore expressed tht feeling, thnt this conditio , of things was both Intolerable and disgraceful. A wholesome change of policy, and having lu It much promise, it seems to me, was begun by the law of March 3, 1891. Under this law contracts havo been made by tho postmaster general for eleven mall routes. The expenditure involved by theso contracts for the next fiscal yearapproxlmntes (951,123.33. As one of the good results reached, sixteen American ships of an aggregate tonnage of 57.400 tons, touting have been built or contracted to be built in American shipyards. The Navy. Tho report of the secretary of the navy exhibits great progress lu the construction of our new navy, When the present secretary entered upon his duties only three modern stcl vessels were lu commission. Tho vessel since put Ju .coiumhjslou and govc-nmcii1 n 3, and brought into cordial and relations with the navy, is another Important achievement. There are now enlisted in theso organizations 1,800 men, nnd they uro likely to Imj greatly extended. I such legislation nnd appropriations ns will encourage And develop this movement, Tho recommendations of the secretary will, I do not doubt, receive the friendly consideration of congress, for ho has en joyed, ns lie lias deserved, tlie confidence ol those interested in the development ot our navv. without anv division upon par tisan lines. I earnestly express the hope thnt a work which has mado such nohlo progress may not now bo stayed. Tho wholesome influence for penco and tho increased sense of security which our citizens domiciled lu other lands feel when theso mngnlflccnt slips under the American ling appear is nlrcdy mostgrntefullynnparent. The ships from our navy which will appear in the great naval parade next April fit tho hnrbor of New York will bo a convincing demonstration to the world that thn United States is again a naval power. Tlm Interior. Tho work of tho Interior department, always very b'trdensome, has been Inrger than ever before during the administration of Secretary Noble. Tho disability pension law, the taking of the eleventh census, tho opening of vast areas of Indian lands to settlement, the organization of Oklahoma and tho negotiations for tho cession of Indian lauds furnish somo Inof of tho tho particulars creased work: and tho results achieved testify to thabillty, fidelity and Industry of the head of tho department nnd his elllclent assistants. Alaska. Tho form of government provided by congress on May 17, 1881, for Alaska was, in its frame and purpose, temporary. The iucrenso of population and the development of some Important milling and commercial interests make it Imperative that tho law should Ikj revised and better provision mado for the art est and punishment of criminals. Indian Ilurciiir. The work of the Indian bureau In thn execution of the policy of recent legislation has been largely directed to two chief t. purposes: the allotment of lnnds lu severalty to the Indians and the cession to tlio United States of the surplus lauds; and secondly, to tho work of educating the Indians for their own protection in close contact with the white man, and for tho intelligent exercise of his now citizenship. nu Fi-s- will attract great attention. Judged by the aggregate amount of work done the last year has been tho greatest in tlio history ot the olllce. I bell we that tho organization of the olllce Is elllclent and that the work has been done with fidelity. The passage of what Is known as the disability bill, has. as was foreseen, very largely increased the annual disbursements to tho disabled veterans of tho civil wnr. Tho estimate for this llscal year was 144,950,000, and that amount was appro- Iirlated. A deficiency amountingthis sesbe provided for at sion. Tho estimate for pensions for tho fiscal year ending June !I0, 1894, Is Tho commissioner ofnensions that, if tho present legislation and methods are maintained and further additions to tho pension laws are not made, tho maxlinu'T expenditure for pensions will bo reached June 30. 1894, and will bo nt tho highest point (188,000,009 per 0. es uu-nu- 1'ensloiM. Tho report of the commissioner of pensions, to which extended notice is given by tho secretary of the Interior In his report, Thij RnBihfcihlliiTTjt Iho secretary tor au enlargement of thn work of the department nro commended to your favorable consideration. It may, 1 think, lie wild without challenge Ihatlli iincorreHpoiidiitg period has so much been done as 'during the last four years for the bcncilt of American agriculture. Qunrnntlno UeRiiliillon. Tho subject of qunrntitllio regulations, inspection nud control was brought sud' denly to my attention by the arrival At our port in August bat of Vessels Infected with cholera. Quarantine regulations, should be uniform at nil bur isirts. Under the constitution they mv plainly within the federal jurisdiction when and so far as congress shall legislate. Iu my opinion, tho wholo subject should bo taken into national control and adequate power given to tho cxecutlvo to protect our people against plague invasions. On the first of ScmtombcrInst,I approved regulations establishing a tenslny quarantine for nil vessels bringing Immigrants from foreign ports. Tills order will be continued in force. Some loss and suffering havo resulted to passengers, but a due care of the homes of our peoplo justifies In such coses tho utmost precaution. There is danger that with the coming of spring, cholera will again appear and a liberal should lie made at this session to enable our quarantine nnd port ofllccrs to exclude the deadly plague. Hut the most careful and stringent t quarantine regulations may not lie absolutely to exclude tho disease. Tho progress of medical and Mtnltarv hcienco has been such, however, that if approved, precautions are taken nt once to put nil of our cities nnd towns in the best sanitary condition, nnd n provision is made for isolating any sporadic cases ami for a thorough disinfection, an epidemic can, I am sure, bo avoided. This work iippcrtalns to tlio local authorities, and their responsibility nnd the penalty will lai appalling if It Is neglected or unduly delayed. Immigration. Wo are peculiarly subject In our great ports to the spread of Infectious diseases ly reason of tho fact that unrestricted immigration brings to us out of European cities In tho overcrowded steerages of great steamships a largo iiuiiiIkt of persons whoso surroundings make them tlio easy victims of the plnguo. This consideration, ns well as thoso affecting the political, moral and industrial Interests of our country lead mo to renew the suggestion thnt admission to our country anil to tho high privileges ot its citizenship should bo more restricted nnd more careful. Wo have, I think, n right and owo a duty to our own people, and especially to our working people, not only to keep out the vicious, tho ignorant, tlio civil disturber, tlio pauper and the contract but to check tho too great flow of immigration now coming by further limitations. The World'! Fair. Tho report of the world's Columbian ex- fiosltion has not been submitted. Thnt of of mntiagement of the government exhibit has been received nnd herewith transmitted. Tho work of construction nnd preparation for tho opening ot Mnv next hns progressed tho most satisfactorily and upon a scalo of liberality and magnificence thnt will worthily sustain the honor of the United States. Ho urges thnt congress should empower tho District of Columbian commissioners to regulnto tho liquor' traflio therein, which, to say, is responsible for many crimes of violence. Protection for IlHllronders. In renewing tho recommendation which I have mado in three preceding annual messages that congress should legislate for tho protection of railroad employes against tho dangers incident to. the old and inadequate methods of braking nnd coupling which nro still in use upon f relglit bul-nesI do so with tho hopo that this congress may take action on tlio subject. Statistics furnished by tho interstate commerce commission snow thnt during tho year ending Juno 30, 1891, thero we.e forty-sevedlflercnt styles of car couplers reported to be in use and thnt during tho same period thero wero 2,000 employes killed nnd 20,140 Injured. Nearly 10 per cent, of tho denthsoccurred in the coupling and uncoupling of cars nnd over 30 per cent, of the injuries had tlio samo origin. The civil service commission nsk for an Increased appropriation for needed clerical assistance which I think should bo given. I oxtended the classified pervlco March 1, 1892, to include physicians, superintendents, assistant superintendents,, school tencners nud matrons in the Indian service and havo had under consideration tho suo-jeof some further extensions, but hn.'o not as yet fully determined the Hues upon which extensions can best properly and usefully bo made. sulll-clenexpo-dtlouls, n ct ' i i ' tt& ' ) is: 1 -- 3 i k f I ' II ' H 1 ,! ? M LJ 50 Ol CU p M o I adhere to tho view expressed In prcvl ous messages that tho care of tho disabled soldiers of t io war of tho rebellion is a matter ot national concern and duty. Perhaps no emotion cools sooner thau that ot gratitude, bu I can not believe that this process lias yet reached a point with our people that would sustain a policy of remitting the care of these disabled veterans to the Inadequate agencies provided by local laws. The parade on the 20th ot September last upon tno streets of this capital of 00,000 of the surviving Union veterans of tho war of the rebellion was a most touching nnd thrilling episode, nnd the rich and gracious welcome extended to them by tho District ot Columbia and tho applause that greeted their progress from tens ot thousands of people from nil the states did much to revive the recollections of tho grand review, when theso men and many thousand others, now lu their graves were welcomed with grateful joy ns victors In n struggle in which the national unity, honor and wealth were all at issue. Union Iliillrond. In my last annual message I called attention to tlio fact that some legislative action was necessary in order to protect the interests ot tho government in its relations with the Union Paclllo railway, Tho commissioner of railroads 1ms submitted a very full report, giving exact information as to tho debt, the liens upon tho company's property and Its resources. Wo must deal with tne question as wo find it, and take that course which will, under existing conditions, best secure the interests of the United States. I recommended in my last annual messago that n commission lio appointed to deal with the question, nnd I renew that recommendation and suggest that the ootumlssiuu be given full power. AKrlctilturo. Tho report of the secretary of agriculture contains, not only a most Interesting state- message I enment. In my deavored to invoke seripus attention to tho evils of unfair apportionments for congress. v. I can not close thjs messngOj without again calling attention to these grave and threatening evils. I had hoped that it was inquiry Iiosslblotosecuro n into evils tho existence of which is known to nil, and that out of this might grow legislation from which all thought of partisan ndvnn-tag- o should be eliminated and only tho higher thought appear of maintaining tho freedom and purity of the ballot ami tho equality of tho elector, without the guaranty of which the government could never have been formed, and without the continuance ot which it can not continue to exist In peace nnd prosperity. It is tlino that mutual charges of unfairness nnd fraud between the great parties should cease, and that tho sincerity of those who profess n desire for pure nud honest elections should bo brought to the test of their willingness to free our legislation and our election methods from everything that tends to impair tho publlo con- luicuca in tue announced result, rno necessity for an imiuiry and for legislation bv conitiess upon this subfect is emplia- sized by the fact that the tendency of tho legislation in somo states iu recent years has in some important particulars beeii away from and not toward free and fair elections and equal apportionments. Is it not time thnt we should como together upon the high plane of patriotism while we devise methods that shall secure, tho right of every man qualified by law to cast a free ballot, and give to every such ballot an equal value In choosing our pul-ll- c olllcers, and iu directing tho policy of the government? lawlessness Is not less such, but more, where It usurps the functions of the penes olllcerand of the courts. The frequent lynching of colored people licensed ot crime Is without the excuse1 which hat sometimes been urged by mobs for a failure to pursue the appointed methods for the punishment of crime, that thu accused have au undue Influence over thu courts and juries. Such acts are a reproach to tho community where they occur nud so far cs they can be iiiudo subject of federal jurisdiction, the strongest repressive legislation Is demanded, A publicseutlmeut that wilt sustain the olllcers of the law iu resisting mobs and iu protecting accused persons lu their custody should be promoted by every possible means. The oil!-cwho gives his life in thu brave discharge of tills duty is wortny of special honor. No lesson needs to lsj so urgently impressed upon our peoplo as this that no worthy end or cause can bu promoted by last-iunun er Kleotlons. have, Bin each of tho three messages which it lias been my duty to submit to congress, called attention to the evils nnd dangers connected with our election methods nnd practices as they nro related to tho choice of officers of the national govern- I 8p ? I i M So u an V? nr ' 0 ST. 01 "' ., ' t ' .mwK s done under tlieadminlstratlon of Secretary Husk, but mtuiy suggestions for the enlarged usefulness of this important departdown the restrictions to the free introduc- ment ot the progressive and valuable work ment. In tho successful effort to break tion of our meat products in the countries of Kuropo, the secretary has been untiring from tho first, stimulating and aiding nil other government olllcers, home and abroad, whoso olllclal duties enabled them to participate lu the work. An Interesting and u promising work for the benefit of tlio American farmer has been begun through agents ot the agricultural .department lu Kuropo, and consists in elforts to introduce the various products of Indian corn as articles ot liumau food. Thu high prices of ryo offered a favorable opportunity for tho experiment iu Germany of combining corn meul with rye to produce a cheap bread. A fab- - degree of success has been attained and Mmo mills for grinding com for food have been is of the ln.UTrf.Hc'! mw- una rata 'l's'ertary inoproancsroi EXECUTIVE MAKHloy, Dec, 0, 1892. corn has already stimulated expectations and thnt If diligently prosecuted large and A regular double-teadrive in clothliniiortant markets can presently be open- ing at Suiter's ed for this great American uroduct This exhibit of the work of tho executive department is submitted to congress and to thu publlo lu the hopo thnt there will lie found iu it a duu sense ot responsibility and an earnest purpose to mnliitnln the national honor nud to promote the happiness and prosperity of all our people. 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Picture Books, (tlmt can bo turned lovn very low) Souvenir Spoons, Albums, Pictures, Fancy Flower Pots, Fancy Goods, c in Grsat Variety. Bric-a-bra- Well, our store is the place for them. There are those lovely Silk Handkerchiefs and Warm Mufflers, those Beautiful Decorated Umbrella Stands, those very convenient Cuspadors, and then those Hunter's Outfits and true Shooting Guns ; to say nothing of the vast variety of Household Furnishings. y 5effiB&ffMB(Bg While these enumerations are but a few of the many appropriate and seasonable, Wares offered by SULZER'S, we are confident enough has been said to induce you to honor us with a call. VARIETY, QUALITY, LOW PRICES And, Lo! The best of these THREE Commercial Beatitudes is PRICES. "tfSl) TppttwiiiwiwS 8 HJfKitSaHlP THEX BRELGKEXNRIDGEX NEXWS, GLxOYERPORT, KY. U. S. Gov't Report. H h t ien.. eHk 4 003VCEI O 003VCE TO TOWN Baking GLIMPSES PRESENTS jsasag?.. Powder H)IaIDA GARNIAL MAMMOTH! ABSOIJUIELY PURE tji snjasEii jnjzas:. Gati Gift "Titne. , ,. mEU V ,, , -- JCJJ O. JX.A10.N -r- y-l irTVrJ-nT- rT -. - --J VrJSb-JU-CSU-U- -rjr- rT-r NV; v '' t - bJ- - M- - il ' m v -- OF Tl &9 -- Invited to como and eco ii tbo- - VFOIt Til- KATTIIIv- ' f DISPLAY it " -F- OK TIIIv j, ready for t no pocket and the wnlsthand. This should be n narrow tnpe, tlio narrower should Ikj tlio belter A few r.ro,ia DRESSTGOODS." K't In i oi middle, of the front nndn hook nnd eje In the b.ick. Nearly all dresses JC open In the back, but winio open a nhort riiiTi-fiom Tlio rrnperf liniierltoSIJiy auutniico down t no icit nip nnti nro uut- Hint for tAniHlf nralona.tlii tyjto. fined with fancv buttons. Two loons to Kqttlp Tlicmjclrca 1VI i II o'it' WorkVel- - IliMigun by go on tho licit nml nn elastic Ito hold tho back plaits In place. Hot tho Tut Hand forbxlrt. pocket whcre.lt will bo hidden ninnng tlio Copyrlcut, 1832, toy American 1'rcss Assoclv bark pIuKiOHiB Ouvc ltAitl'En. - JlCta iDBBSSMABpa. GOOD WAYrdl8MniNK WOOLEN au Wlirnnollrt lius been finished nrouud tlio bottcm nml the trimming put on, It Is Presents for Lovers and Brothers. Imported Smoking Jackets. Robes do Chnmbro, Lounging Gowns, Study Gowns, Brcnktast Jackets, Underwear, Slippers. P . ", Batho Robep, Cardigan Jackets, Jersey Coats, esents for Men and Boys. OSTRICH On Earth, who will romain on exhibition untiflNow Year's Day andiguessos will bo received on his weight as a Holiday diversion. . A gueit card will be given free wiih ererjr purehaio In every depart- raent and the CDttotner whoie gnen ii exact or nenrent exact will receive a preient of 100 dollari In gold, the cuttomer mho guenei next neateit will " "! , recede $50 la gold! -W. Wo havo placed in our window tlio finest and largest Presents for Little Children . Lovely Jersey Suits. Charming Kilt Suits. Dcgrcmont Short-Pant- s Suits. Norfork or Suits. Santa Claus Woolen Waists. Box-plaite- d Thrco-piec- o Snug-fittin- Suits. s. Undorwear. Shoes and Hats. g A nico Nccktio. Slippers. A tet of fun, a pulr of luvelj Slipper, Sa'ln Shoes, I.adioi' I'lilliShciei Fur lined Shoei Nice IIuuio Rliuri, Walking Shner, Silk Hiimlkerrhler Dmbrellai with rich bandlei, Slipper a Thero In alwiiyNone benefit in timWnglhV sVlrt proper nml the lining Mpnrnto, fot most woolen good will idirink, anil where they are hcwii together tlio grace In noon last by the drawing up of tlio outside. To obvlnto thin, where It In preferred to liavi' thcmVcwti together, tlio innterlnl nhotild With runic. To do IIiIk, unroll th iiuiterliil twenty-fou- r hour before ynu wnnt to cut It, nnd wring "it large towi-l- from clear, cold wider nnd lay them along and fold tlicm tightly In with the cloth, which nhould he rolled up for nt leant eighteen hount, and then It will liavorilirunk all that It can. Unfold It and spread It out to dry. It will require no ironing. It can 1ms cut while Htlll damp, tit It wxm dries. Tlio model for the foundation or the skirt Inchii ItHclf should measure forty-twlong, nnd the front top Ikj ten Inches nrross nnd twenty ncrcw the liottoiii. The width of tlio side gores must neceswirily depend upon the size of the wearer, hut each ought to Im about live Indies nt the lop i twelve at the bottom, which gives thirty Inclitw. If the lady Is smaller, the top foams can 1m rounded n little to fit, or a narrow dart or two.cau,)'1' run In. AjUrt now should be bqutfptir yanls nroiindihe ltottom. In nllJtlrejSejsUiie center offthe back is cut biftST AvhlchTglves .a graceful i. hang. Heavy good rwiulrutrjo trimming other thniiKtltrhmg. hut light, flimsy materials may have plnitHfcfroin top to bottom, wrinkled or llftldrnpery. ruffles, eta, nnd double sklror Itiifwian blouses Where er there nn- to lie plaits laid half way up or fronrtop to bottom they lw piiuinl iiiJUi'cir plnco on the ilgtirc. Thls'ls why ff feVjmccecfl in lajingdeep NUMilKH IV. licit rcmccljffor,pralni and palna. Mr.J.M. jSprinKi llcnnln(i,l). C, wrlteiu"Iwhare been osIngSalvniiun Oil amt hnveobtalned great relief AmbnH'jf many remeillcirtfled, Salra. tlon Oil U the ipratna and palnalntie b ick." It kilts all pain. 'tf! ifo rfh Presents for Mothers and Sisters. bttor Suit of clothe ir or Urercint, A NeoV-we- fur Men Tlio Irutli IVorkvd. Ono oi tho mcinbcra of tho regiment J. told a story of "Honent Cuptiiin Wood." Tlio incident occurred in very cold weather, mid at an important ciibia. "At nighttime," said tho narrator, n "when wo pickets arrived nt tho Captain Wood Bald, 'It is too scvero for tho men to facplhis utorm nil night.' Tlicro was a .fiinalFhouso closo by, nnd tho captain directed thal wo should build a firo in it nnd shelter ourselves ns best wo'tnlght. "Wo did so, and weary with march- ling andlulled by' tho warmth wo all fell When tho officer of tho friSt'nsleep. grand rounds caino our way ho found a regular Sleepy Hollow. "Of course wo wero reported, and in tli6vmprning wo wero summoned to head- jquarters. Naturally wo- wero terribly frlglilened, forBlecping on picket is n out-post- Iloyi, Superb Mdm Bilk ef fihlrtt, lUnitkeroli lef , Fine Kid Ulorei, Fur-to- p d r aiore, Silk fored Suipenderl. Silk nnd C limere Mufllori Usnei and Umtrellm, llU ami BhoefjSllpjeri Fur-line- tod Come and In Ct&xx-- y $750. gold altogether is to bo given .aa jiroienta (flCO in each of our.rfivo and our ouUof 'town "customers fllwaysrry off more than half tho gifts we offer. If you cannot como to Towhfrsond$for Illustrated Catalogue, order by mail and send vour guess card by mail. GueHBicardB 0f & " , Bagof - O-old- .. sent witlTovery mail order purchase " lammoth (Shoe- && 'Olothirlg",,0p., - KLRINHMS SIM ON SON,;. f.. Market Street, Between Fourth and Fifth, LOUISVILLE, ZY. a J ' ''t frp n fccriimVofTenso. - them iipoun talilu'or lnplxxml, mid while tlicro they look well, but as soon as worn hang nil askew. Kor mourning dresses the. foundation nkirt cut lifter the model Is hung over the frame, and all plaits and folds aie to be pinned on no that they will hang exactly. plalli tlifttwlllstny In pl.ico. They lay tciit. Ilo.Henily repented tho cfiargb. Had wo been' guilty of sleepinir on odrpots? Wo had. It would huvo been'usoless to attempt any explanation, but Captain Wool, who was present, any that wo might havo attempted. .'0f Jpneral.' bo said, 'tlio blamo does not rest Umui these men. I inn reponsi-bi- o for it nil. 1 gave them orders to take shelter in that houso and build a tiro there, nnd 1 nm to blame. Tlmy would not hnvo been asleep bnt for mo. " 'How long have you been in tho service, hir';' asked tho general sternly.' " 'A fow mouths, general.' " 'I thought ). If you had been hero longer you would havo como up hero full of excuses nnd ready to shift the blame upon any ouo at hand. You can go. Your honesty has saved you.' " Lowiston Journal. "Woyero ushered into General Wil-foil'- Strength and Health. If you aro not feeling btrong and healthy, try Ivleetric Hitters. If "La Grippe" has left you weak and weary uso Klectrio, llittern. This remedy nets directly on Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, gently aiding those organs to perform I'uir ami lii'wlliitc. 3. their functions. If you are afflicted with Doillilu box (ilrlt. ruMcn. 4. ItuM' iilaltlnn. Sick Headache, you will find speedy and Wlieiitliedmpery Isallln place and Ilrm-l- y permanent relief by taking 1'lectric Hitheld by pins it should lie sewn down to ters. Ono trial will convince you that th foundation by waxnl linen or cotton thread. Silk, no matter how well fastened, this is the remedy you need. will work loose in a hhort time. bottles only 50c. at Short it iiay- The facing of u hklrt to make It linug nea Drugstore. well and wear well Is n tidlotii work, but remeinlnT that one gown well made will A Very Cluto hliuie. give more comfort and sat infliction than "I ImsHoyo I got into tho closest placo half a dozen slammed together in any way, during tho civil war that 11 man ever ami so It is worth while to take, pains. got out of alive," said E. N. Harper, tho Wlgan or tailor's bucklam intiktuUlie .Mulhatton of Michigan, now stopping llrmnciut, and a band liias preferably-J- s htltclnil to a straight pleco'of llricn two at tho Laclede "I had been dotailed obtain information regarding tho Inches wider. To this again Is stitched alpaca, not (juilc so widens the linen, tho strength of a detachment of Confederate top edge being turned in. This leaves the troops stationed on tho Tennesseo river, linen to Uiscuu to the outside by Invisible, near Decatur, Ala. I got tho informacnUtltclii'Hiir a couple of rows of maehino tion, nnd was working my way back to Is far licttcr, sewing, but the hand camp when I wns discovered and purnsdiiKtwlll Kettle in the liiaclilnuwork. sued by a scouting party. 1 had conTho bet wa to sew the bottom Is to havo tho whole M'wn liuijxain vltli IlieJ Hkirt, cealed a skill in tho brush on tho banks and then turned, under, 'pressed and of tho river, but a sijjjdon riso had swopt hemmed. It Is ri matter of taste ufln how it away, and thro was nothing to do but tho IhiIIoui slialMie llnWicil -- with mohair burrender or swim tho swollen stream. braid, or bias velultim binding, or a puu or I plunged in, but tho current was other narrow trimming put uu tho cdgn. stronger thnn I had anticipated, and by Itoverscd plaliiug Is also iihed. tho time I reached midstream my At prew lit a rose plaiting is considered I man-nge- d wns ulxnit exhausted. tho handsomest, but tliU should not lie strengthget hold of tho end of n floating to pver three or four inches wide, and it ii often not over one Inch It requires to he log nnd drifted down btreatn, while tho hemmed 'on both edues, auiU must have Johnnies iiiado tho water around mo just hlxjjtlmcs as ninny yarild'of materialj boil with their bullets. A .vn "1 soon drifted out of range and 10 plan as me skiri, is aroiiini. rose ilaiting Is given; also one crawled up 011 tho log, only to discover of iliiublu box nliilts, ono of the puff and that it was already occupied by 11 big ono of the narrow bias ruffling, which, water moccasin, who was Inclined to with a few rows of narrow braid, make up dispute possession. I had no weaiKin tho trimming that will Imi most fashionbut a water soaked pistol. If staid on able foruiuiatliiiotucoiiie.. I When bended passementerie is used, ns Uto log I would get IHt: If I'got off Whjlo debuting on silks and I'rleslly bilk Warp would lie dn'wiud. It Still is Jienrlettasuiid duo eashuierf, tliu needle what should do tho Irt drifted within nnd thread should iiIvmijs be passed backrange of tho L'tiinn pickets, nnd they y ward and under, nml the edge all appeared to think ll.nl been iuieiltip down, and the outline must bo by sewn a special pinviiii'i.ee i.s n practice closely followed. target. Tlio l,ht vnlluy Killed tho mocbcndisl fringe, J Fringe, and particularly I to lie sewn from tho top edge, the casin, am) bi'fon- they couldI reload made tin (a' iiiulerMiiml that wiih not jiccdlu Is'lug set In from tho toji and the s trying to pull any fuitiiei-- out of tho thread held high. If feather or fur nnt to ty'i usoil, tlio islgeuof tho skin tail of tlio AiiiiTiwii, englo. bmeo my should be slightly 'tumid In. Wet It If It escape from that puMiimi of fourfold J (Is unruly. peril 1 have )een m jui'e: utiig id u fat ulibt." ilf It Is desired to lxirdcr a dollar "or nny St. Louft Globe- - Di mot-rut- . other portion of a coxtuine with jmji beiid, ffitrlng them on a lino wire nnd sew that, Dr. Hale's Household Tea beadit. 0(liir-(wis- o onestHcli btnen each ' they will bo crooked. Is n plcaBaiit herb drink, which postlvcly If laco Is to Imi used A llouiires, It, should Mkj gnthered tin n strong thrend jtikt tho cures dysfteiisia, liver complaint nnti nil of thy skirt, allowing two Jnchc kidney diseases. One doso a day taken for "tnkcuti." Sew it together, nnd then nt bedtime does tho business. W and 60 irpinrtcr It by menus, of plus, and plu tho ctu per package-- . Get it to day nt Short liuaner Iioiuin io inu BKirw iiuvum nuiiiT A iiayncH djugntoro, XullUeW lirfrom? a,rnl on thq ldea inoro n than lu thp back, TI15I1 It can bo newn mi,' ' "" A ,nSiilli)" Ten Bet. iioiiiimr tlio sKiri towiini you to 110 sure laco does Wo nro indebted to our English cousfthat thotho skirt. not slip down below tho of ins for tho old designation of a iniiila-tur- o Making velvet bands for skirts or panels tea service. In England n "sulky" IS n pnriiciiifir juo, mm mi'iu in jubi. uiiu lullnltcjiltual teapot, creamer way to do It right, and that is to lino it sot is an stout crinoline, nml turn In the edges and sugar bowl, with U4 Uuy.au accomwith Half nn inch all around and herringbone It panying ctry and rancor intended for uso when n idp of tea is required. A . to tho crinoline. EatUloil to It.- -. Y m ' "suUcy" cover is being shown at tho Jmtly exchnng'o which is nclreloof )r. Halofs'HoiiHoirold Coiii:liCuro'ia woman's pretty design, linen'onibroidereil'ln Justly onlitledto'thS prnlso It h rccclv-int- :. ' that o'f tlfu survico, ifnoino possible, tho edgo Whorovor introiluced it linn proven ilnUhod in scallop?. An interlining pad litaelf the uuist ,rolIa1)l4 ro'melly Icilown of heavy cju ton ilanuel bound with ribbon is lightly tacked to tho mat, so that JOr IIIO CUro OI COUglU, uuiun, uu.ucviivrw, IwhoopliiK cougli, bronclillls, uorencBS of it may bo removed for laundoriiig, pur-0Carid tho wholo is thrown over tho tfio lungs and ove'ry klnil of in coUkii sorvico in carrying It through tho hoimi Bimjilo cohl to incipient coiifltimp-tlofrom n I'urcly vegetable. Always rolin- - to tho bedside or tlio Invalid or "sulky" Jouuger, who may not or will not drink fbluifij eflVfiUvc. -- Ivor.palo .st.Mc. and tm en Philadelphia Pros. store 4 r;o iiiuh-tratiou- 1 ' 1 euro-'full- 1 s trim-(liilng- t0 r ! 8, n. UW-a-tct- Ami) Concrva. 'When Maud Ballington Booth speaks Murray hill is aa anxious a Ch rry h II to listen to or, and all through tho recent Salvation Army congress tho boxes at Music hnll wero filled "with men and women not enrolled among tho recruits and officers of tho army, listening with something besides curiosity to the littlo woman in tho bluo uniform, with her officer's sash of tho stars and stripes. It was a picture to bo remembered tlio army lasses in their poko bonnets nnd tho briglfl sashes of their corps, tho soldiers in their scarlet jerseys, tho slum workers with thoir white robed babies, tho Turks in their hrilliaut dress, saluting with a great waving of ban-norwith a deafening din of drums and blaro of trumpets as tho little mother came down before thorn all, pale from her recent illness, but with bravely smiling lips and glowing oyes, and lifting ono white hand in tho beautiful motions pf tho military salute acknowledged their greeting and silenced tho uproar. Just for a moment M10 Blight 1 figure swayed, and you felt that sho Nnmcrmn untolicitcil tcitlmnnlaU dally would fall; then tho clear, resonaut by lu proprietor! clearly demonstrate voice rang out through tho great buildthe fart th.it the reputation nfUr. Ilull't Couh ing to tho farthest galleries. Syrup, the Infallible cure for nil nffcctloni of the It was a siinplo littlo story sho told of throat and elicit, hat tuffcrcd io diminution In ono of Napoleon's soldiers who was dythe lait quarter of i century. ing. As tho surgeon probed carofully for tho bullet nnd said, "A littlo farther A Mexlc-m-i Hut in m IHrilce). In 11 littlo out of tho way alloy not far nnd it would havo touched tho heart,'" from Stuyvcsant simaro thoro is n small, tho dying man raised his head and said faintly, "A littlo farthor and it would dingy barroom. It is tho favorite drinking placo of 11 dozen or moro old men, havo touched tho emperor." Then sho uniwho aro cronies and havo mot nnd played added, "So ynu may laugh at our forms and lugh at our bonnets that chess thero for many years. Tho nged proprietor of tho placo has filled tho doesn't hurt any you may scorn and and persecute up that doesn't hurt room with curiosities strango stuffed nny but when you despiso nnd refuso birds, nutogrnphs of old New Yorkers, theater tickets of n quarter of a contury tho Christ, ah, that touches our hearts, ngo, u few old fashioned collars, etc. nnd it hurts!" And a sweet faced woman in ono of Tho old gentleman is facetious occasionally. Ho has been chuckling ovor tho boxes said to a man besido her, with a quiver in her voice and a mist in her his latest joko for n week or two. Hanging from tho ceiling directly eyes: "I havo always ridiculed and hated over tho bar in a bamboo birdcage The tho Salvation Army, but sho is tho bravfour sides of tho cago aro covered with est, most horoic woman I ever know. To cloth curtains. On one of these curtain: think of a woman of hor education and to this sort is printed this inscription, "A Mexican refinement dovoting her life of thing to save tho poor creatures that Bat." Of courso overy customer wants other peoplo give up as uttorly worthless to seo tho animal, but on lifting tho curwant to put on a tain ono hces nothing but a brick sus- makes mo feel that I poko bonnet myself." Now York Sun. pended from tho top of tlio, cago by a string. Tho experiment generally costs Bucklen's Arnica Salve. tho curious person at least tho prico of Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuta, fivo flagons of nlo. Now York Tribune Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chnpped Hands, Chilblains Dr., Halo' Household Ointment posiIs the finest remedy in tho world. It Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and Neu- tively cures Files, or no pay required. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures ralgia nnd Itheumntism. Cures Files llko is guaranteed to give- perfect satisfaction, Frico 25 cento per innglc. Cures salt rheum in the most or money refunded. For snlo by Short & Hnynes, soothing manner. Cures inflamed and box. druggists. Granulated Kycflds. Cures Coughs nnd The Queen' Jutilleo Ilouuet. A posl-tl- o Colds. Can bo taken internally. Tho Duchess of Bedford lately told a specific for l'neumonin. Cuts, Bruisgirls' needlework society in Milo End es, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstandthat tho bonnet which tlio queen woro at ing, Corns nml bunions aro cured quick- tho jubilee scrvico was practically mado ly; didVrent from all else; superior to nil by tho Princess of Wales. else; it lias no equal. 25c. and COc. boxes. "It was sent homo," said her grace, Largo size cheapest. Sold nt Short & "looking heavy and ugly. Nobody dared roturn it to the milliner without tho Ilaynes' drug store. quoen's orders, and nobody liked to ask A Wiirnlnif to Ov'i'l cartful Women. her majesty for such instructions. So' Mrs. Joseph D. Moore lost u jewel cas- tho ladies lu waiting showed it to the ket containing u marquise diamond ring Princess of Wales, knowing how clover with emerald center, two gold rings sho is in all ruch matters, and hor royal with solituird" diamond setting, and a highness with her own hands altered it diamond bracelet, the wholo valued at nnd twisted it till it bocamo tho ox tl.GOO. tremely becoming and tasteful headIt had bcon hor custom every night dress which wo all admired on that upon retiring" to placo tho casket at the memorable occasion. Everybody whq bottom of 11 Waste paper b.uikot which saw it thought that the queen had nover stands in tho lwdroom, tho theory being had a prettier bonnet, but how it came that it is thero mi for from burglarious to bo so pretty Is nows of today." Lonintrusion than if hidden olsowhoro. In don s. tho morning she takes it out again, Thursday morning tho chnuiboroild If your lung trouble is of scrofulous removed tho basket whllo the case vrni origin, Ayor's Sarsnpnrilla will euro you still in it, nnd upon hor notification tho coachman carried it out in tho rear and Saved by Wunun'i Hliot. emptied it. Ho then camo back into tho A bullet shot from a woman's rifle iiotiho, secured a match nnd burned up saved tho life of a bear hunter near Sultho small pile of papers nnd rubbish. livan, Mich., Saturday. Tenininutes later Mrs. Mooro discov-crcdlhTho man was ono of a party who had loss, hurried out nnd ruked over como up from Indiana on a hunting extho nshes, but found no traco of her mist- pedition. Ho started a bear and its two ing jowels. cubs from a thickot and shot tho cubs, Tlio servant nml coachman denied nil whereupon the old bear tumed upon tho knowledge of having soon or taken the hunter and knocked him down. jewelry, nnd tho supposition is that Tlio hunter's gun was empty, and he whilo the coachmnn was hunting a was nt the morcy of tho forocioas bruit: , match soino ponton or persons saw the when a rifle shot rang out and tho bear box and uiado away with it. JowelurV foil dead. Tlio hunter, upon looking up Review. to see his savior, was surprised to see a cabin neglect your cough I Ayor's Cher- woman standing in a woodman's Don't tfoar by with a riflo in hor hands. Sho ry Pectoral will euro it, and prevent con- had never shot a gun beforo in hor life, sumption. AVrlto J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell and the shock su4t hw ill. Oor. for evidence. Record, .J 1 s, 1 do-spiTit-Biter Phil-idph'- Ahout 'tlio iniddlo of tho Inst century, FriinklhiJ lightthrough v tho ning hecuuio Idontilit'il with coiniiion or but tho language friotioiml referring to this grent nattirul force continued to bo tho wimo as when men wero lgnorntfof its natnrd. Tlioy siKiko, ns wo still .upcnk. of n tluintlcrstorui, nnd of 'thunder niiiUightiiing. and thus, ns in othor ensns, inistook, iw wp contlnuo to do, nt least in our inodo of speech, the effect for tho cnuso. It is commonly said that the thunder turns to nouniess the milk und tho beer; that thero is thunder in tho nir, uud tho Kiugeing of n tree by lightning "was duo to tho thunder last night," ns ItH owner Informed mo a fow weeks ago. Even Scott, in "Tho Heart of Midlothian," speaks of "tho shattered and thunder splitteu peaks of Arran." Our gratitude is duo to tlioso gifted men who havo been ublo to divest natural phenomena of tho ignoranco nnd superstition that formerly encumbered them, nnd bo to bring them under tho dominion of scicntiilc lnws which appeal to tho good henso of all students of nature. Notes and Queries. u for tlio Illi-ctrl- o I'orce. A GIFTED WOMAN ORATOR. ' Mr. Maud nallliiRton llooth at tlio fiul-rntl- Why Women Aro .poorly I'olil. Tlio relation of women's work to tho general problem of poverty must bo well studied. Tho worst paid work is always women's work, nnd it is casyto seo how tho labor of women often tends directly to tho depression of general wages. Tlio wifo or tho daughtor of tho breadwinner frequently works for less than would Bustain Hfo. The main is tho wago of tho husband and father; what is earned by tho women merely adds something to tho sum of comfort. It is out of his earnings that they derivo tho strength which they for tho benefit of their employer. If they wero compelled to subsist on what their employer pays thorn they would starvo. A vast amount of tho labor of women Is thus given' for wages that will not sustain life. Tlio vital energies by which this labor is performed aro supplied from other sources. Many poor widows and 'deserted wives, who sow nil day and most of tho night for less than enough to feed themselves and their children, are kept from starving by the alms of some church or charitable association, or perhaps by tho assistunco of tho overseer of tho poor. Now it is evident that this kind of labor tends to poverty. Bocauso thero aro so many who work for less than enough to support life tlioso employers who recognlzo no law but comjietition nro ready to reduco wages to this standard. Although it is bad economy for tho employer to pay less than will fulrly support lifo, if Ills laborers aro compelled to subsist upon tho wages which ho pays thorn, yet it may bo good economy from his point of view to pay them this inadequate wago, if ho can depend on somebody elso to supplement it nnd can thus cousumo tho labor forco which somebody olso daily replenishes. This is ono of many ways in which tho strong thrive at tho oxpenso 01 the weuk. Rev. Washington Gladden in Century. ex-po- A Now Folding Tntile. Economy of, spaco is quito nn item in tho furnishlnir of rooms in tho ordinary homes of the present day. Anything that tends to bring this about is always welcomed by tho public. Not long since wo wero sho'vn a now form of folding tnblo, so nrranged that when in nso for serving tea o- - other refreshments it displays two nmplo leaves, but when closed presents only n rounded shape n few inches wide. In this shape it can bo placed in un out of tho way corner without taking up nny appreciable space. The one to which wo refer was intended particularly for tho parlor or dining room, but doubtless it could be made in a manner suited to tho kitchen, for use at, such times when extra support for tho bowls and utensils becomes an absolute necessity. Philadelphia Times. GOTO Cloverport on thoBowlinu Green road, and get Men' Hoots at fi.lb to $1.50 Boj' Booti at 1 65 to 90 cU. l.OO.to 50 " Phawli 6 to 6 " Print! 50 to Men'i ibirta " 35 " C.:. STONE'S Southof Ten miles STORE Other things correspondingly choap. Will exchange good for butter, eggi, leatheri, hidet, dried fruit, chickens, eto. 0. W. STONE. WHEN YOU ' go to Hiirdinsburg call on R, E. Muttingly for tho best wines and liquors, 2.228,672. Tlioso figures represent tlio number o bottles of Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption, Coughs nnd Colds, which were Bold in tho United States from March, '01 to March '02. Two Million, Thou Two Hundred and Twenty-Eigh- t A SCHOONER of bnnr and lunch all for 5 cents nt 8. 1 MATTINGLY'S, HARDINSBURO, KY. hot-- , sand, Six Hundred nnd Seventy-Tw- o ties sold iniono year, and each und every bottle was sold on a positivo guarantee that monoy would bo refunded if .satisfactory results did not follow its use. Tho secret of its success is plain. It nover disapoinU and can always bo depended on as tho very best remedy, for Coughs, Colds, etc. Prico 5oc.nud $1.00 At Short & Ilaynes Drugstore. hue mm mum FURNISHED BY LenjGr. Herndon & Co., G$nealjt Produce and Commission Merchants and Genoral Storage. H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Reliable and prompt. Cash with erery tale. Consignments solicited. LOUISVILLE. KY., Nov. 20, 1692. post-officnt Seed Bracelet. Tlio lairs of .health aro taught' in tho schools; but not in a" way td bo of much practical benefit and ore never illustrated by living examples, which in many cases might easily bo dono. Ifsomo scholar who has just contracted a cold was brought beforo tho school so that all could hear tho dry, loud cough and know its significance; seo tho thin whito coat-- , ing on the tonguo and later, ns' tlio cold developed, seo tho profuse watery expectoration nnd thin watery discharge from tho noso, not ono of them would over, forget what tho first gyinptoma'cf a&old. were. Tlio scholar should then bq given Chamberlain's Cough Remedy freely, that all. might seo that oven a severe cold could be cured in ono or two tlays, or nt least greatly mitigated, when properly treated as soon as tho first symptoms appear. Tliis remody is famous for its Cures of coughs, colds and croup. It is mado especially for theso diseases and is tht most prompt and most reliablo medicino known for tho purpose L'5 and 50 cent bottles for enlo by A. R. Fisher. Tin Vnlue of Bleep. Whoever has had tho pleasure of rummaging in their maiden aunt's bureau drawers will havo como across bags and bracelets mado of melon seeds pnd beads, which it was tho fashion to mako when women woro scarfs and bonnots with ears. These havo beon revived in England, whero thoy aro mado tho attracMuskmclon seeds aro tions at bazaars. preferred.-- Tho seeds aro thoroughly waBhod and dried. For bracelets thoy are strung on a white thread three at n time, piercing' them unovonly; so that thoy will look spiky. Every threo seeds is alternated with n gilt bead .tlio iizo of ' a pea- - Strands of these aroputftor-gethe- r with a littlo clasp, with necklaces to match. Tho bags aro crocheted as bead bags are made. In England th6se aro passed off airily and casually no 'a fow foreign trifles, as their American origin warrants. Now York Evening ) Snn. Success In everything depends largely. upon'gpoa iieaitu. va v lit svl.huo Risers nro littlo health producing pills Seo tho point? Then take an "Early Riser." Short & Ilaynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeier, Harilinsburg, Ky. Shippers should mark all packages plainly, e with shipper's name and address. . BUTTER. " Choice, country 16 18 Medium Common 12 11 Creamery JiUUS. 261 3 23 EI12K 20tf ..6 to 7 3 to 4 6 to a 15 Fresh Old Hens per lb ..... POULTRY. Roosters Springers Mixed Old FHATIIHHK. ."... HIDES. , ,'. . -- ?A J8 . rrlme, whlto gone No. l.duck areen food.?. Sheepskins Tub-wahe- d . 48 49 . 25(3)33 . 25 35 25 j) 40 goou Dry flint, good 51h uty nan, , WOOL. .....".Tf. 3io 7 ( K i 25 S 9 80 ??. ,.S Grease, One Orease, coarse,.!.?! Merino ...... 30 22 l 20 I3)21 15 nharfi , Burr; and Cuts 141 3 18 HAY, QRAIN, FEED. We quote price) on Louisville city y a is J.W, JARRETT, U.S.CIaim & Pension Agent ' No, 2 oats OATS. 33 i 34 STEPHENSPORT, KY. choioo 13 00 ,.... 1200 Choice No. 2 i... ...11 00 (ft 12 00 Good Medium 0 00 10 00 Good Bright Straw 6 60 4 60 ' CORN. Choice white 64 (ft 63 Choice shelled 60 62 trljtlcS HAY. Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. R, Co. Tlio valuo of sleep nt natural hours is UTO. illustrated in tho caso of a young woman who was graduated lastrspring from a Taking Effect woll known school ic this Vicinity. In tho later years of her courso she began At 5;00 o'clck A. M. Vednfliday JuW 29. '91 to fall back most unaccountably. Hor rocitations wero oxcollent, but hor Witt Bound Traint Eail Bound Tratm invariably disastrous. As 61 O 53 Mall Xl Mall & sho had proved herself a studont much Kxpr'i Kxpr, STATIONS abovo tho avorago, hor teacher under- Kxpr'i Bxpr Dally Dally took an inquiry into tho causo of tho Dlly Dally marked chango in hor progress, Sho 0 SSpm 7 46am Iv.Un'n n'L.ar i m 9 fflpo. 860 Kentucky bt. 12 45 800 was carefully questioned as to her diet, 6 tO 805 841 Weit I'olnt 12 05 802 habits of Hfo and tho llko, and It was 720 843 Howard 721 lHSuin 7I Hock Ilavcn 900 found that Bho forced horsclf out of bed 747 7 40 1133 Long- - Ilraach 908 very early In tho morning to study; that 767 7 31 llranilcnburg' 11 2W 917 727 Meade Sprlnua 1125 9 21 to do so every ovenlng, but SB she began 1119 723 817 Kkron 924 would fall asleop often over her books, 827 11 11 715 931 Ouitnn 665 1102 9 41 Irvlnirton waking late to go at tho lessons again, 8 37 6 48 1063 962 Web iter although it took tho strongest effort to 8 47 10 00 1045 640 nCA Lodlburi; 10.15 6 31 eus 1010 accomplish anything. 1'lcrce 626 1030 Simple 1015 911 Her teacher told her to chango all this 9 21 1021 618 Stephemport 1023 1018 613 for threo months to do tho best she 9 25 1027 AI1 ion 1015 610 Holt in ordinary hours, to go to bed 030 1030 could 6 67 1001 10 ll 46 Cloverport 9 early and sloop till sho awakoned and 961 1060 663 Shopa 967 6 40 9 44 Sklllinan 100 nothing would bo markod against hor 1001 630 111 llawcivllle 933 1010 for that length of tlmo. Tho trial soon 1018 924 118 5M I'etrle 920 615 1121 Falcon chango. In a mouth tho girl 1021 worked a Cayce 915 611 1129 1028 cot rested oat, and at tho end of tho 1031 lias 909 605 LcwUport 8 61 1'oweri quarter was able to pass a brilliant ex- 10W 1162-n 837 1207pm l'atee amination and regain tho standing which 1103 8 27 425 Oweniboro 1210 1111 hor. Tho work 1123 Mattlng-l815 413 27 12 had nearly slipped from 4 01 808 Stanley her brain did under abnormal pressure 1131 4 765 365 Worthlnuton 1140 SpotUvllle 737 337 104 was fleeting and valueless and could 1166 7 rialkrtta 329 12 06pm 111 onlv carrv herthroush the recitations. ilar.llMdwt'a Ivl 7Ua HI I n T Vteyj x'Ll&!!S&P ,i.v- TIME SCHEDULE 18. LouisvPle.Mardfnsburg TAKING Dally I Sl Western R, R, 29, I Ho. 2 TIME TABLE. EFFECT JULY STATIONS, L.V 1801. West Hound Trains ex bun. ex Sun, No.5 11304m 1210pm 12 25 12 42 11H East Bound Trains Daily Dally ex Sun. ex Sun No. 2 No. 6 8 35 815 Dally Irvlngton Ar 830am Garfield Harned , Harrilnsburg UO-ip- KljK Jolly 130 Glendcane 148 Dempster 165 21Kpin arl'allsUoughlv Hockvalc 250 Uuth 302 Asklns 314 Oaks 329 400pm Arl'ordsvilleLv 760 715 705 6 44 634 614am 6 61 6 29 6 21 600 'V 445am m y rd .tJb J0&