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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 brc1892122101_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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. BSBSKmKKKKKHKKmSmKKKmtmsm idiattmtvi,-.!- .,, . j', a. . rv ffTrr a "' VOL. XVII., B THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1892. IjapgggwBeBBBgBggqsgwpaB 'A NO. 22 IrYington Milling COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. Merchant and Custom Millorfl, Cr..:n Doalors and Manufacturers of tho O IF2 riaatei-- f fcT . ' s 3c Ba fvr 1 r?r, - Highest Grades m In A ft ,. r uviijHiriJ-ir'- v 0111 i i i 041". im IWiacf h4miy3wnij sv, I pS I ti- o o a jn m m :i TV X back nt tbo old eorncr, Third nnd T? HP T TV T T7 you'll becomo a X. 1 1V1 1 Mnrket, where this now building built,0 V 1V1 J permanent customer nt Lovy't. If you begin now you gel tho advantago of the low prices on everything, which prices aro being giv- - A l'10 IIouso w'tn n "O HPT Q? T T JL IN XV Xv. X JL en for the nolo purpose of VT view to attract -J new customer. Onco a customer, always a customer is truo of you with Levy's Order by Send cash ; it will bo refunded in all cases if goods are not entirely satismail or como So try factory. Don't cort a cent to try ; you certainly save money. LEVY'S LOUISVILLE'S GREATEST CLOTHING HOUSE tit present in temporary quarter, 321 West Market, butnoxt year O j Jy t T' JC O C ! a MaZSMZMSU BItI-i- I OK "a t'jf n'rf e2f w- kjzn - KWSkiJU3 Mi . El B$B3EB3383S m 22SSE3IEEEE3SiEE2HE2EISsSSIsJb2EE M jweww I 7XXHHwniyfiMMUSEVHrc7ir m t: it )iamkmi.mutiiutimmrmmwmut'ii'!s Roller Process f: Mi Of pngniijtv or) mrmotys rbt&tt Oil tn U OTiini WrnCR,dnoiii03iy? irwjtorry oj pair) f Ulfltpj i tbnr, m v VI, lyi". rW&f us it ii' jzmt ftfflWrT I'Tii-ai- W Roller Process :G Com HEesul Suddenly he paused bcroro a great building into which crowds wero touring. Ho joined tlio tliroug nnd drifted in. There wero light and music. Sonio-bod- y a man with a clear baritone voico was singing something. To tho ears of tho Ishmaelito stolo these words: found n friend Iollc'n evorythluu In Jesus; to me; He's tho falrcnt of tea thousand to my soul, Tho I.lly of tho Valley. In hlmalouo I sco All I need to clcanso and make mo fully whola. Then suddenly tho great audience roso ooiuo." "Well, John, dear, I just ran into tho rink a moment to hear the hinging. It sounded so sweet us I camo uloug. Hero la your medicine now." sssssas! just as ho would kill stung him. n viper that hut I Bran, Shipstaff and Ample capital, tho host quality How when where? wero tho words which jangled ccasulcysly through hie brain, keeping time to the cluttering of tho wheels over tho rails. I I . I I .. 1 CD to its feet and responded: lift TA $ "AT tlinll I v of grain and modorn machinery, skillfully handled enahlo us to rcBulls unsurpassed. Orders promptly filled and ful attention given to ) pro-duc- one Fur n Christmas ctft I giro tin loved He's tho Lily of tho Valley, Tho llrlKht and Morning Star; lie's tho fairest of ten thousand to my soul. . o low can I It'll I he Mnry My ikjii rtfiitps to write? I would clvo her ccms of llijlit From tlio caverns deep of uluht: OjihIp, rubles, cmcrnlilH crcin. Diamonds brlclit with fiery blicenj All tho eplccs, rich nnd Btrnng, From tho eastern land of nonsr. Perfumes heavy, mtink ami nard, Ambergris, opaquo and hard; And tho tlsucH Koft and rare, That Circassian beauties wear. That with cllucliiK. tender fold, All her charms should closely hold. I would clvo her catlcs fair Far In Spain's ambrosial air. Tall and stately, sheened with cold, Ivy crown nndacray and old, Slnco I cannot clvo her those. For I. lack tho needful jclf I will plvo her, If she please. All I have my life, my self. David A. Cuitns. care- Johnson looked stupidly about, saw faces lined with sin and Buffering tho faces of thloves nnd outcasts. But everybody was singing. Ho looked at tho platform. It was filled with men and women dresred in curious fashion, in dark blue costumes, witli big scarlet lottors on their breasts. Daring Johnson's prisou life tho Salvation Army had sprung into existence. Ito all my crlefs has taken, And all my sorrowH Ixiriie: lu temptation lie'a my strong tower-- rang no I 1 I J COAL VASES, I & i CARVERS, 1 KNIVES I ! if FORKS, PLAITED WARE, 1 1M 1 j At. K. i 'HE WAS INNOCK.NT, M'.I.l.Y and mighty way- CUSTOM WORK. out tho ONK OK TWO voico like n clarion call. For any further information call on or address tho IOOKnD l'ASSUNClKKS Tl?I:.T.I AT I1I1I. AND And onco more tho poor, sodden farers to whom he sang answered: lie's tho I.lly of tho Valley, IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. WE ARE W WM1 HIE FIELDS vk sbmaelites VI Ay rajrjAu. vrhysm IS mi rt-4- OF SUCCESS. Ky., you will bo surprised and can't imagino why our storo is always full of customers. tiLJaW?E?iTH tore S Ml H SsGUlA iissTi7) B"(. StSSIONSUfpE. H13' . . . If you should visit Brandenhurg, JmJ If you looking should investigate by through our stock and sco how well cquiped each department is, price tho goods, then tho mystery will bo solved. Wo have tho assortment, styles and prices to pleaso everyone. Tho most attractive department is tho CLOAK. .DEPARTMENT T "v'W Jt'B filled with a big lot of samples Garments made in tho 1892 styles, No two alike, Will shock you with Don't hesitate, tho low prices. como at onco. Geo. -- Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. V PILES Irif m2 '" " AMOLOTSIT 1 ITCHING PILES SWAYNE'8 OOMM. OINTMENT fcr 'fUMu rk BWlk;rMliuwt7 ktUMIAMrrtrwMltiDllwtiiataJn.M OODBY, Henry," said tho warden, holding out his hand. "Qooilby'said tlio man as bo grasped his lato. jailor's hand; "gcjodby," a bit huskily. "I thank you sir for nil your kindness" 'Oh, that's all rightl" said tho warden cheerily. 'I try to do what's right; that's all. Just yon do thai in tho future, Henry, nnd I shall novcr hco you horo again. Good luck to you," Tho great doors clanged behind Henry Johnson us ho stepped out of tho prison, whero ho had served six years, four days not tho months and twenty-fiv- o full sentence) ho had received, for tho benefit of tho allowance for good behavior had been his. But six years is a long time, long enough to chaugo a man for hotter or worso With a now suit of clothes, n ticket to Now York and twenty-thre- o dollars Johnson walked uwuy, onco inoro a freo man. Ho had lookod forward to this day for years. Ho hud dreamed of it on his hard bed in his lonely coll tho day on which ho would bo fiberuted, on which his rovengo would begin. It was hero at last. Johnson was surprised at his tensutions. Instead of shouting, leaping or crying for, joy, ho was walking along as quietly us though setting out on a visit to friends. Ah, friends! Tlio word brought him to a realizing henso of what was beforo him. Friends indeed! In all tho wido world had ho a single friend? "With lightning rapidity tho events of tho lust eight years swept before him. Ho saw himself honored and respected, holding a position of trust in a banking house, laying by n tidy littlo sum for tho homo which was to bo his and hers in tho neur future Then camo tho scandal, tho cmbczzlo-inen- t, tho mystery, tho plot which wrecked his lifo and sent him to prison for n crimo of which ho was innocent. Then, through that inexplicable) channel by which iiows drifts from tho outor world to thoso in prison, ho had learnod of tlio prosperity of tho man who in his soul ho was convinced had ruined him, and pf his marrlago to tho woman John-Bo- n hud loved. Tho train for Now York swept around thocurvo.und tho smoothly shaven man in tho ill fitting clothes, with despair on his faco and holl in his heart, crept on and slunk into a corner by tho door. Ho peered out the window to catch n lost glimpse-otho high stono wall and the sentry stalking solomnly up und down. "How soon will I bo bacM" ho asked himself. Then as the gloom deepened on his haggard faco ho muttorcd, "When I como back it will not bo for embezzlement, but for murdor." For Johnson had in those six dreary years of captivity calmly nnd coolly formulated his plan of revenge. Ho had decided to kill John Raymond, his former (rtend ajid Uiudstta BttOdftteu f How? Suddenly, without warning nnd mercy. Even as ruin had darted upon him should tho blow descend uiwu Raymond. Wlfcn? At night. Night, with its aw-fu- l silenco and mystery, should surround and envelop tlio deed. Wheie? In his own house tho house Raymond had stolen from him. In its fancied security, in its seclusion and within calling ilistjinro of of his wife if ossiblo, would tho murderer find him. Tlio man in tho corner of tho car laughed aloud. Ono or two passengers near turned nnd looked at him, but quickly withdrew their eyes. Thero was no contagious mirth in that laugh, and tho sinilo on tho cruel faco was tho Binilo of a fiend. That night ho crawled into n slovenly bed in n cheap lodging honso on tho cast side. Ho mixsed tho lonely cell to which ho had become accustomed, and found himself wondering if they wonld give him his old quarters when ho went buck. Next day ho prowled about tho muddy streets seeking work. It was Christmas week, and everybody was too busy to listen to him. He ate sparingly and hoarded his littlo roll of bills, counting them over and ovor. A strange attraction lured him to tlio neighborhood of tho bank where Jio used to work. At tho closo of tho somber day ho stood and watched tho well dressed, well groomed men eniergo from tho building. "That is tho wuy I used to look," ho said to hiuisolf, and then glanced down nt his plain clothes and coarso shoes. At night tho Bowory glittorcd with rows of lights that twinkled like evil for many tramnod oyes. Johnson blocks, pausing now and then to gaze in tho windows at tlio Christmas decorations. Thero was ono display which fascinated him. In a cutler's window wero stars, crosses nnd other emblems formed of smooth, shining, sharp edged knives, Johnson looked steadily nt them for n long time. Then ho went in, and wjlectiug one particularly wicked bluilo paid tor it from the little roll of bills, 'thrust it in tlio breast ockot of liii coat and resumed his tramp. "Chriitmus, Christinas," ho muttered is lie plodded on. "What it Christmas to me? I'd like to give John Raymond u Christmas prcbout, cursu him," and then suddenly ho thought w' ' n lino t knifo tiling it would 1h to drive homo in Raymond's heart nnl attach u piece of pajs-'- to tho handle Injuring tho inscription, "A Cluistmus present from n loving friend." "I'll do it!" ho exclaimed. "Yes, I'll do it on tho i H.t lefor ChrMuius. What a merry Oiitiuas it will bo for mo!" Peoplo bundled against him in tho throng. Children shrunk ut sight of his scowling fate. On, on ho went, unmindful of his burroundings. e, r Tho Ilrlght and Morning Ktnr; IIo'h tho fairest of tenthuusund to my soul. Something rolled down the cheek of tho Ho put up his hand impatiently to brush it awny. And then, half stumbling, he hurried out into the night. But as he iled through tho fast falling snowilukcs ho heard again tlio refrain veil up like a buttlecry: He's tho Lily of tho Valley. Then Johnson, listening, straining every uorvo there in the darkness, heard an awful groun. "What is it, John? tho pain again?" "Yes, yes. Oh, this is terrible! Nelly, I am dying. "No, no, dear, you will fa better presently. Hero, drink this." Tho sufferer olwycd and sank back "Now," exhausted on the pillows. thought Johnson, "now is my time. I can rush in and stab him before his wife. Why do I not do It?" "Poor Nelly!" said Raymond again, "to what have I brought you? Ah, sin finds its reward." "Sin, John?" "Yes, sin. Nelly, I nm dying. I must speak I must tell you all" "Hush, dear, you are excited. Listen now. I'll sing you to sleep, and tomorrow, Christmas morning, you will fa J CHILDREN'S i QCTQ 8 I ! GUNS" AMMUNITION Of all inscriptions. 0 0 Usnsspi jss-si- ' iAVj'Ai.V.?Sj'l ' b SOMETIIlNa IIOLLED Of TUB DOWN TUB CHKKK And then to tho lbhmnelito, his hand alout ho came face to faco with a man against every man, outside there in tlio he had known in his old life. Tho man darkness, floated in Nelly's sweet voice: I) started ns if he had seen a ghost, Mid lie's tho I.lly of Ihu Valley, then shamefacedly und hesitatingly exllrlght and Morning Star. Tho tended his hand. But sho was interrupted. "Howdy do, Johnson'" ho said tim"I must speak," moaned tlio sick man, idly. "I will tell you." "Oh, I'm well enough," wild Johnson Then the door was softly pushed open, OLOVERPORT, KY. with a short, harsh laugh. "I'm trying nnd tho startled couple saw him. His to get something to do. Perhaps you faco was pale, his features working, and could help me." tears were raining down hid cheeks. "I oh, no well, you seo, just now "No, John," said the Ishmaelito, "do everybody's tukon up with Christmas." not speak." 3 "Yes, so I see." But not to fa outdone in ccnerosltv. "Of course you understand it's not an Raymond raised himself, mid with ono easy thing to recommend a a" sfKRECKEgggggggggaEi Bttpreuu effort pointed to Johnson, cry"A juilbird." :ai ing: "Well, er you understand." "Ho was innocent, Nelly." "Yes, I understand. I won't father And the bright morning star of Christget along in some fashion. yon. I'll I've a littlo money. But toll me, can you inas shone through the window on three people, two of whom knelt by tho fad glvo mo any news of Raymond?" B ELILM- -i -- Ifholding the icy hands of tho other. Both "Well, yes. You heard ubout his on fence tnllie pnnta .nnl " Iii r vr.ilng JEM I" D P (ill the white face of tho dead and tho ready nt In the nlcket Nut lru excelled by any li r titlil. failure?" to sixty todi living faco of tho Ishmaelito had set- c.iw, K.eil mill H.Tlcit unrk "His fuilure? No." 'I lie ulre tor u three LlLJh I il i .iil.ivcun le uiimii underilnuhlcrtr.lliil picket fence can lie liiiiiclit ("' ') "Yes, lost every cent a year ago. Toor tled the cuco which pasicth nil (Jli.lilintccil to jjlvt' leiful standing. tn u icntu m.t rial. bs a church motifo. Sick, too, I heard a Itcferencei L'ltlrviin Niitim al .ill.f.irilon. uctlte UL'Cnt lUnk, .Mniirficlil, Onln. A few days ago. Rheumatism, I lieliove. The file iliurtrncnt In everv city could not do wiinteil In everj iimnty anilL'KI tnwimlilp In the E-J4-!-His 'vife" better limn to kiep a iIikvii of Salwttlnn Oil a United M.ilen. (mnl 'wufe ami e.ly wink "Yes, yes, hh Hfo," Will ell one nmchlne at whnlen.lle wlieiel haw caih lUtlon, It IntUiitly rcllcia nil liiirna lij-: fenclne; ni.ltcrl.ll anil nther ; him, I understand "Site's sup!-and hruiko, ami In a few ila taaKc an mi iltirnt. iAImi "Ire it win In If. IlluHr.ited cliculir ami Unit lowing. Tlii . j Mmiowhero on tho e lit it u ii I iliru of the. uomnl. 5cl. fne. Aililrcat cast sldo in a tenement. Horrible come S. H. GARRETT, Tlio I.ona In (inlil Coin. down! Well, I can't stand hero all day. I'utentie anil Manuracturcr, A remarkable example of the loss of Goodby. If I hear of unything" and JMiiiiHllfhl. Ohio. gold by reason of abrasion camo to the ho was gone. Johnson stood looking after him lu a notice of the Chicago customs officials dazed fashion until a gentle hint from the other day. Oeorgo W. Sheldon & CLARENCE M. GORDON, a policeman reminded him he hud fatter Co. sent (lft.CUO in gold to the collector liiklruitnr In to pay duties. The sum was in equal inovo on. hiek his amounts, made up of f", $10 and $20 Shoithand So Raymond wan poor and and Typewriting rqvougo, then, was partly begun cud pieces. Tho teller round that the coin that ChristmiiB jireheut? some way tho footed up nil tight taken nt its face Al '.In romiiftli'ii with Vcarr' i Inc. lln.lnim Ciilleuu.) thought of killing a poor invalid did not value, und it was tent over to the Antliniell. . Tin ( il am word iiinio buck Pretty appeal so strongly to the Inhuiuulito CnllRrHph ami Hi'inli vt"i. T "Mrni, somowhero on tho east side? as we'.l to the colliTtor that the ( Ift.l'OO in gold wntem. 'Ulic onlj Oil cistr in the Mali' try to hunt the traditional needle poor, wusfl.tKVohoit udgl.tniid the dellcit nt Ki'iiliicM linli'irnilInli) HIThIiiIill i It. milii, K'taMUIiiil iSi, .nnl In would huvo to fa iiiiido up before a re. hi lirnt jmr sick, and Nelly sowing to unppoit him lie IniihI, Illumination well, there was some justico ill kc&vcn, ceipt would One Hundred Sfxtein Pupils proved that tho coin had betu abraded if not on earth. It.-to that uxii'iil -- neatly isiptr cunt. Bon-tovri inndUil. 'IM. . i W (Jliilx1. ' Hit 0 .1 fllniill n a .mi It wos the ni;ht before Chrisii'i:i In mini i innvtcnt t Imlil . tlriili " i Ili'lVrriiPr-- i C liurlf when Johnson trolled ngiiiu into the SPECIAL OFFK10aUit CRIBE .b Clan in i I.; Wall i . lh i.nn "' il. great rink whero tho SJnlvntion Atiry ,l S i liner M1'1 ' "" ''"' r,i I' ir c.il.ilnu meetings. Ho listened to fur llil'iimmlliiii. was holding its Ulllllt'h., tl-The Wickly tho burning words which fell from M. (if R00". CLARENCE lips of a sweet faced woman. She tallied Cor. fourth .V Marin M. of God's best gift to man nnd tpoko of proTin fanner, t' c uicrcliiiiil o the I.OUISVII.I.It, KV. peace and good will. Then ('.gulii the singer came forward, and again the fessional limn who has not tl o time to strains which had rung in Johnnou's ears read a largo dally newspnpt r, will llndiu DANIEL 11U00ICS J. M. UAUl'BK, t, consisting J. 0. IIOUUNK, for two days rolled to the roof. While The Weekly eyes suddenly fell of ten pugcH, n paper that exactly suits listening eagerly his Upon tlio faco of a woman who was sitBROOKS & CO , him brimful of tho best news of the day, ting three scats from him. A pale, thin, sulllcleutly condensed to meet his needs. shabbily dressed woman. Though strictly Kepublluin in principles, It was Nelly! Whon flho roso to go ho followed her. it is nuverso partisan ns to suppress any As sho hurried away ho stealthily crept important news necessary to a correct behind hor, his hand involuntarily knowledge of ctureiit events. Onco a OATTLK, HOGS AND BIIKEP. clutching the knife over h'.i heart. rentier, always a reader. Price, $1.(10 per Up n rickety flight of Btairs sho went, year. Any person sending ns three doland close behind camo her pursuer. She lars for three yearly subrcriptloim to the LOUISVILLE, KY. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. opened tho door on tho third lauding Weekly, will ncelvo ono copy freo for and wont in. Ho crouched outaido, n year. A freo sample copy may bo hud holding his breath. Tiy writing for it. Subscriptions received The door remained ajar. Ho looked in and marked the poor by nil pontinnsters or news dealers room, with its wretched bolongings. Ho thoughoiit the United Rates, or directly saw tl)o bed und tho sick man bolstered by up by flabby pillows. riti.NTi.Nii cu., si. i.uuit, "Is that you, Nelly," ho hoard Ray- ui.oiii: IUo. mond jtny. "I thought you would never Next day as he aimlessly walked fatter." PAYNE & CO. Zb4Stt53?Gir&a25!r&&&&&i &. The Garrett Fence Machine. BIELU'-- U H Jl I1 - . r IIim.K-I.i- n-o- . n i . tlii-ii- Olobt-Dtmoc- nit. (ilobe-Denioeni- BOURNE, HAEPES, Commission Salesmen of Live Stock - Job Printing In any sfyh at this Ofl 4A-iJr.llfli- Hln' aaa a ii til """"V1-- T. ii.'fl Jgj aTWaaEWW aaa5WBPPp?.' tM t 2 THE, BRRGKRNRIDGR NEXWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. OUR SHIP HAS ARRIVED! -- : Loaded down with presents in every line of :- - U,,B Watch Cases on sail at m BV 4" Mill MMt!C' SM v V .:, .ft Remember we are in the lead and expect to stay their if good, reliable goods and moderate prices will allow us. Our TWO STORES are filled with people every day, and our nice goods are moving out rapidly, but We still have the goods to suit you, so come at once, as delays arc dangerous, but Whatever you do, look at our stock before making your purchases. "'v The L., St. L. & T. R'y gives excursion rates on the 23d and 24th. Christmas Qoods F. N. D'HUY, Jeweler, Cloverport, Ky. I L Theodore lljl Windsor i JJ i l I J T l . T conniONr(iin, ar unitidit.. aooa com pant, ana ruausHi ar spioial AanANOiuiNT with tmim. SYNOPSIS. lie gi:t heavily mortBatje to the Hlllon e.t.itc. to New Yotk to acek lili fortune. llillop, the llllliip heir-eCIIAI'TI'.lt IV. Jane iralman interview with )mni; Itrntlicrttift. V. The llillop a ml llrothcrtoft fortunrt are united by marriage. VI. llrothcrtoft (,'oca on .1 Mm. Ilrothertolt colonial million to KiigUnu1. ftuccuinlia to anglomanla and lmi;a lor .1 title. Illrth nf a daughter, I.ury, and return home. VII, The manor houc bccoima the retort of rcdcoati. Ilrothertoft ii at last exiled ty wife and daughter. He joins the patrioti. I'AIIT II. Major Teter hhcrrett.aid to Wah-InKtnl'lliklll-nn-thr-lludo- I'AltT I. Hilwln Ilrnthcrioft, ticlr to a innnor cm the HuiUnn, l left an nrnlian with the manor notified tho brido to put on ncr prettiest smile. This command was given in Mrs. Drothertoft's short, dcHjiotic way Neither side argued. Lucy prepared to obey, just ns sho would havo thrust a thorn in her foot or swallowed a coal upon order. Sho was not so very happy. Sho could bo a littlo moru unhappy without an unbearable shock. Major Kerr did not disgust her so much as Still Bomo of hor mother's intimates. tho prospect was not charming. Tho summer roses lost color to her eys. Color left tho cheeks that onco rivaled tho roses. Tho brido did not try to Binllo. Smiles aro smiles only when tho heart pulls tho wires. It takes practico to work tho grimaco out of n forced emilo so that it may pass for genuino. 'HI I, I arrives at General I'ulnain'a patriot lamp, CriAI'TICIl III. Skerrett volunteer to lead a parly to "cut oil ' Captain Kerr, a rtdco.it, IV Kd who i a guett at llrothcrtoft manor. win llrothcrtoft, Known aa Scrgiatit I.lntuln.U A acrvaut from the ainonj; Skerretta iiicn. manor, Voltaire, bring new toraiup. V Mr, llrothcrtoft doign that I.ucy shall marry C.i taln Kerr. "Muchl" said Skorrett (juiotly, commanding IiIh own uajjcnicKH, roused by tho other's ngnny. "Huincuilwr tlmt this wedding in not to bo boforo day after tomorrow. I havo volunteered to present tho intended bridegroom to General Putnam hero by tlmt time. Do yon HtijijioHU 1 intend to break my engagement, whether it forbids his banns or not?" JIo assumed more confidence than ho felt. Tho enterpriMj was growing complicated. While, thero was merely question of taking or not taking a prisoner, Skerrett could look at the matter coolly. "Prying into a maiden's heart is new business to mo," ho resumed to tho father, who stood watching him anxiously. "I cannot quite comprehend this matter. Sho does not lovo this man. Her disliko has brought about 11 reconciliation between you. Whero is her No? 1 havo heard that women carry mich n wcnjxMi brandish it, too, and strike on much less provocation than sho has." "Sho Is not n freo ngent," replied Drothertoft. "Her mother dominates Iter. Sho forced her to disown me. Sho will force her to this marriage. Lucy has been quelled all her life. 1 hopo and bcliovo that if sho were released, or oven eupported for ono moment in rebellion, her character might find it had vigor. But sho is still willow in her mother's hands. If tho mother, for whatever reasons, has nmdo up her mind to this marriage, alio will crowd her daughter Into It." "What reasons nro sufliclvut for such tyranny?" "I divino metaphysical reasons that 1 cannot njwnk of. It pains mo greatly, my dear young friend, to talk harshly of my daughter's mother. Perhaps after all sho may mean kindly now. Sho may bo mistaken in Kerr." "No," euid Petor. "No woman of the world can mistake such a fellow." "Still, ho is a strong friend to havo on tho other side." "Yes; ami this is a moment when tho other sldo is up and wu uro down. I can beu how, with these great estates, a Putrooncss may bo willing to save herself a confiscation. Shu enn protend to bo neutral, with n leaning to Liberty, to rcscuo tho and leavo her ncres if Liberty goes to tho gallows." "Such considerations havo brought matters to n crisis. Kerr is thero on tho spot. Clinton is victor. So tho poor child la hurried oil without giving her timo to consider." "Wo must make time for hor. I will go at my plans presently. But 1 should llko to hear a littlo more of Voltaire's ntory." "You are very kind to tako this Interest in tho welfare of n desolato and disheartened man and thoso who aro dour to him." son-in-la- the ferret of her mother's (Iiiloifil life. When was tho bridegroom coining? That information tho bridegroom himself, though Sir Henry Clinton's adjutant, could not yet precisely give. "Wo nro soon to mnko n blow at tho Highlandsthen you will heo mo," so ho wrote, and sent tho messago in n silver bullet. Silver bullets, walnuts split and glued together, and stuffed with pithy notes instead of kernels, and all manner of treacherous tokens, passed between Drothertoft manor and tho red outposts. Whether facts leaked out from leaky old Put when glasbes too many of tho Drothertoft Yellow Seal were under his belt, whatever true or false intelligence Scrammel paid for his pout on Miss Lucy's sofu, every such fact was presently sneaking away southward in tho jocket of young Uilsby, or somo othor Tory tenant on tho manor. "I saw Miss Lucy mopiii and mopin worse and worse," says S'oltairo, "but 1 couldn't do nothin, nud thero 1 sot in the pantry liko iv dumb hoppertoad, watch-ia child w.ilkiu tip to a rattlesnake." Voltaire's faith without works was almost dead. Young Uilsby must havo sneaked up to Drothertoft manor with tho uows of Clinton's expedition to tho relief of just at tho timo that Mr. Drothertoft's announcement of his prebcuco at Fiahkill reached Voltaire. "I did not dare tell Miss Lucy her father was so near," says tho major "until all at once, on tho fourth of this month, wu saw King George's ships lying off King's Ferry, and by and by up tho hill comes Major Kerr to the manor houso, red as a beet." Upon this arrival Lucy first fully comprehended what misery tho maternal Hat was to bring umhi her. Voltairo found her weeping and utterly desolate. At onco his faith worked out words. The dumb hoppertoad found voice to croak. "Waro rattli'suako!" "You are going to bo married, Miss Lucy?" he asked. Sho wanted hympathy sadly, oor shu made a child! As soon as ho tableau and u hcene lsth tragic. She laid her head on the old fellow's shouldertableau. Sho burst into tears n IJnr-goyn- o do-m- lie uhlspcrcil Bceno. PAilT TWO-CHAP- TER VI. Ilroth-erioft "Mother says," continued tho youn lady, "that I must havo n protect' Tho major is hero now and may be ornot, howover, announco hor plans until dered up or down any day. Mother says thoy woro In tho country. Sho probably It is providential, and wo must tako adknow that this was a caso where tho had hotter not sco too much of vantage of tho opportunity and bo married at once." each othor. Sho looked very littlo like n brido "I roinombor thoday'uaya tho negro, with her sad, shrinking face. "whon Miss Lucy began to inopo. Hoses was coinin in strong. Sho used to (111 "Don't you lovo .Major Kerr?" asked tho houso with 'cm. Sometimes she'd Voltairo. "Lub" lie always must prosing a littlo whllo alio was fixin 'em. nounce this liquid verb. "Do I lovo him, Voltaire? I Iiojk) to But from that day out she's novor teclred when wo uro married. Mother says 1 B flower nor sung a word. She's just xnopod." will. Sho Hays tho ceremony and tho Jiy and by Voltnlro had discovcrou tuo ring will nmko another erou of me. pn. Sho says alio has chosen mo nu excelfas tho wreath of mock orango lent match and I must bo Hutisfled. Oh, dangled over Lucy a head by a Voltairo) it buems a sin to say It, but uld, Antoros himself, that J mo my mother is cold and harsh with mo. to hato rosea and every sum- - Perhaps I do not understand her. If 1 Tor faint songs woro still only had eomo other friend I" .wm sick. The brido- "Yon lmvo," Voltairo announced. im her mother had I "You I knqw." sho aultl kindly. I Vollairo thought Mrs. had dotortninod to marry off Allss Lucy to Major Korr ns long ago as last spring, before tltuy left town. Sho did Woolly wig and black phiz bent ovei Del lento lips of a fine old Lincolnshire stock inur inured a plaint. Thick lips of coarse old African Btock muttered n vow of devotion. A littlo, high bred hand, veined with emigre nzul, yielded itself to the leathery pressuro of a brown paw. Ah, loor chilill Sho had need of iv friend, and was not critical ns to color. "To bo married?" Lucy responded when sobs would letherBpeak. "Yes. Voltaire, in three or four days." "Time's short as Sappho's best pie- fair hair and pale face. crust." plice was to shift the burden of weak "Closer miles closcr'n me!" uoss from her shoulders and throw it "Who? Do you mean nny ono of our ujkki her father. M.antiino alio was to loyalist neighbors?" tak hor placo at tho great dinner party Lucy ran her thought over her short nnd bo a hyiocrito for tho first timo. list of friends. All tho valued names How guilty felt tlint innocent heart! had been expunged by her mother's How sho dreaded lest bouio chnnco word strict censorship or pushed back among or look might betray her! Whut o mero acquaintance. was tho burning blush in hor cheeks "Havo you forgotten your father?" tho as sho began to comprehend tho woman butler asked. alio must name mother! "Forgotten! I go overy day, when no How sho trembled lest that woman's ono is by, and lift up tho corner of tho cruel eyes should piorco her bosom, bcc curtain over tho Vandyck. Our ances- tho secret thero and consign hor, withtor is my father himself. I look at him out oven tho appointed delny, to tho arnnd pray Ood to forgivo him for being dent bridegroom. Sho know that she so wickod und brcuking my mother's Bhould yield and obey. Now that foi heart." tho first timo sho was eager to havo a "Pohl" will of hor own, sho saw how untrained Lucy drew back in nstonishment, us nnd inefficient this will wns. Horror of If a Puixhau blowguu hud exploded at her mother and lonthing of her her hide. each repelled her in turn. She "Pohl" again burst out Voltaire's seemed to seo herself praying for mercy doublo corked indignation. "If thero to tho woman, und alio coldly refusing was n wicked ono in that pair it wasn't to listen; thou flying across tho stage, him. If thero's n heart broke it's his." and supplicating tho man to aparo her, Lucy for u moment did not think of nnd ho instead triumphing with coarse this ns an assault upon her mother. fondness. Ah, unhappy lady! with no "What, Voltairo!" alio cried. "Ho is friend except that stout hearted old not deadl Not a bad maul Not n squiro, shinning by night through the rebel I" Highlands and dodging sentries at risk "Rebel!" Bays tho French radical's of a shot a Bhot, that startling trocheo, namesake. "Why shouldn't ho bo a sharp ictus, und faint whiz. rebel for freedom? Dadl ho ain't bad Except for tho majors Scrammel to enough to marry off his daughter only plot, Skerrott to executo Voltairo'a evato git Bhet of her. Deadl No, Miss sion would havo been in vain. Edwin Lucy; he's up to Fishkill, and sends yon Drothertoft was paralyzed by tho news his lub by mo, if you want it." of his daughter's danger. Lovo oven disguised an "lub" it was "What can I do?" ho paid to tho old Buch n fuir angel of light that Lucy servant bitterly. "Nothing! Nothingl looked up nnd greeted it with a Binilo. Ia General Putnam, just defeated, likely Dut this was not ft day for smiles. to march down to rcscuo my daughter? Storms were como after long gray Theso nro not tho days of chivalry. weather. Only tears now bitter tears! Knights do not como nt call when damThoy must flow, sweet sister! It ia tho sels aro in distress. No, I am imotont old, old story. to help her. If sho cannot herself her "Does ho really lovo me? Is this true? heart must break, aa mine has broken. Was ho true? "Was I deceived? yhy That baso woman will crush her lifo as did ho and my mother separate? Why fiho crushed mino. Why did you como did sho drivo him out? Whom can 1 to me? You havo brought mo news trust? Is overy ono a liar? What does that I may lovo my daughter, only to this mean? Answer mo, Voltaire! Anmnko tho now lovo n causo of deeper swer mo or I shall die." misery. Why did you toll mo of this Voltairo looked and di' not answer. insult to her womanhood? I had enough To answer was n terrible lovelation to to onduro before Gol What can I Bay make to this innocent girl. Filth was to her? Sho will not caro for a futile putting tho old fellow to very cruel messsagc, 'That I lovo her, but can do works. nothing.' Somo atrongor head than "Streak I" Bald Lucy again, moro pasmino might doviso n plan. Somo stronger sionately than before, and her voice exheart might dare Dut I havo given up. pressed tho birth of a now forco within I am n defeated limn, n broken hearted her. "Speak I What havo you to say man, living from day to day nnd inof my mother? 1 dread somo now sorcompetent to vigor. I remember myaelf row. Tell mo what it is or I ahull dlo." another person. I sometimes feel tho Again theso trnges refuso to listen to old flro stir uud go out. But I can do tho few deplorable words of his reply. nothing. My fnto and my daughter's Ho whiapored tho secret of her mother's futo aro one Go, Voltairo, nnd leavo disloyal life. m mo to my utter eorrow nnd despairl" "I will not bcliovo it," eaid tho horror Ho had but just dismissed tho negro Btrickon girl. nnd turned n despondent back upon tho Sho did believe it. world, when lol Peter Skorrett, aa wo Sho had touched tho clow. From this buw him, cornea forth. moment sho know tho past and tho present vaguely, us a puro soul may know Hurled Under 8'oiciity Tons of Coal. tho mystery of sin. Jnmes Dordley, of Chester, lost his For tho moment alio felt herself crushed to ft deopor despair that before lifo in n Btrango innnncr at tho Wollman Iron nud Steel works. Tho company Sho recognized tho great overtwworiiig urgency of fato. Sho could not kuow have nn nppliunco for loading coal into that this recognition marks to the soul cars through chutes. Dordley was on pile of coal, and when top of a 400-toits first step into conscious immortality: tho chute wns opened ho wns bucked into and that the inevitable struggle to con tho chuto, uud Boveuty tons of coal covquer fato miiBt now begin in her boiiI. "Whntcan I do?" alio said; and sho ered him over. Twenty men worked for looked guiltily about tho chambor, ns if un hour to movo tho coal pilo, but when Dordloy's body wns recovered lifo was overy object in tlint hoiibo woro tho extinct. Philadelphia Times. of n sin. "Run iiway with mo to your fathcrl" Itolllni; n rrmitit. Baid Voltairo. Somo very funny election beta nro now Sho shook her hoad weakly. Sho was being paid hero by good Republicans ft groat, ft great way yet from nny such who wero confident of tho success ot exploit with her infant will. "No," bho said; "1 must obey my their ticket. A Sixth ward man rolled, mother. That ia my plain duty. Sho is a peanut seven squares with a toothpick and had a broken back whon his pledged and I am pledged to this marbot was paid. Hurrisburg Cor. Philariage. I must submit." Tears again, joor child! Tho old habits aro still too delphia Press. strong for her. John T. Stono, of Henderson, N. C, "Dut Bupposo your father should toll is tho youngest editor nnd proprietor in you to obey him and not uibmlt?" Vol tairo propounded. "Suppose ho ahould- - tho United States. He ia tho boss "hustler" of tho Henderson Daily Hustler, nelp to run you ofr?" and ia only thirteen years old. "How can her' "1 will ateal off tonight to Fishkill A vault 4 feet high, 4 fcot wido nnd and bco him." 7 fcot long was uncovered u fow daya "You risk your life." ago by workmen at Whltely, Intl., who "Pohl" "Pohl" Is not n word touso to n young wero engaged in removing a peculiar liinnnil. lady, Mr. Voltairo. Yot pcrhnpa nothing (To bo Continued. could express bo well nu that cxploslvo syllable how much nnd how littlo ho valued lifo when tho ludy'a happiness was nt stake. "Dut 1 didn't want Miss Lucy to bo frightoncd, of course," nayaho to Major Skerrott, "bo I told her I was aafo enough in tho Highlands, and when I got hero I didn't bcliovo Major Scram-mo- l would let mo bo shot for a spy." Hero ho gavo n monstrous sly look. Peter Skerrett again felt his chcoks bum nnd his forehead tingle, and tho stilled Muse of History reports that "ho uttered a phraso indicative of reprohou-tio- n tor-turn SEYITT & "aaaaaaaaaaWMfc aaaataaaMa1Maaal G&UGH, Brandentag, Kentueky. 42J rrwnaj? 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Wo will not undertake here to onumorato tho ton thousand different articles wo carry in our . fP but s'inply ask of you nn inspection, assuring you ilmt wo havo any thing you want nnd nt a prico so very low you will ho astonished. Wo aro crowded for room and must sell. - HOLIDAY STOCK, Wo havo nlso, an immenso stock of Whiskies, Brandies and Wines, all of which aro guaranteed tho best made and absolutely puro, on which wo aro propared to mako especially low, prices during tho Holidays Wo handle nil tho popular brands of Whiskies from distilleries in Daviess, Nelson and Anderson Counties ' v filled tho same day rcceivod, and satisfaction guaranteed. Mail orders promptly . Your Frionds, 'NEVITT & GOUGH, Druggists, BRANDENBURG, KY. BANK OF GREGORY & GO,, Headquarters for THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIR LINE, HAEDINSBUEG Reapers and Capital Stock $25,000. B. F. BEARD, Frcildont. WILL MILLER., M. Mowers, (L. E, A ST. L. R. R.) 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Voltnlro told Bcrnmmel of the marriage Scrninmcl would do ono of his meanest tricks to bo hiinsclf tho bridegroom. And hU Echcino acenia to bo in a fuir wuy to forbid tho banns. And ao guileless Lucy Drothortoft had consented to her Unit plot. Her accom THE BEST remedy for all disorders of the stomach, liver, and howels. Every Dose Effective FRUIT TREES At the Jn'l Pan. Ag't, EraoiTlllo, Ind. J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. LonlitllU.Ky City Tloket Office, 8. W. Cor. Third A Main St., Loulirllle, Kjr. WANTED. and nlso R. A. CAMPBELL, Hardinsburg Nursery, I'or next fall delivery. Order what you want Anything we haven't on hand, wo will procure It for you at the loweit ratei. Managar Ilardloiuurg Nunrry. UARDINSBURQ ,UY 100,000 hoop-polc- d vlmvcd ZACK. GREEN, your FALL appaiel. JNO. D. BABBAGB, Best market prices paid. For furtlior Information call on ornldresfl, Chas. May, Clovcrimrt, Ky. hoora in Inrgo quantiticB, ii i,i msm bjetv-t- t MjP ESISI3KI92I l?eina UIJLsW. lUHIi -- DtfAHIMtNI. ;? -- f.T 'mmw i NO D. & VIRGIL O. BAUDAGB, Editors and Proprietor!. ''m to whether L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. from certain quarters ; lis form OOINO WIST. or advocates now speak, of it na their Panenger Dally arr. Uardlniburg..l2:42 p.m. "blundering crusado after an indcfonsl-bl- o oonto (ART. federal election law." Panenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg.. 7:60 a.m. &S&gftt't$!$i3Sg&S2Z$tt&g$ The Secretary figures that tho United Quarterly Court next Monday. States Treasury will cscapo n tlctlcit by We'll tako turkoy and fresh oysters in Kxpreu " $2,000,000 at tho ond of tho present fiscal our'n. " Wait year, tho 30th of next Juno. Thcro is Loea. ralght Kait Tho darkies will have n Christmas tree just seven month's worth of guess-wor-- 10.04 a.m. " " Wait Saturday. about his opinions, though it is to bo Read T. O. Iewis' ad in this issue. It When ordering hoped that at lacst that amount can bo Oil AN 0 E OF ADDRESS. is a daisy. uddren of your paper changed atieaye gift the old saved from tho wreck. ut uetl at tht new addreet, AUeaye give pott' Two horses and wagon for sale Tayoffice, totmty and itate. If your paper it not rt' lor Beard. regularly, notify m. Noticeable in tho last messago of Tho kids will tako tho town beginning new an If you lend ut week order for name lulicribtr President Harrison is tho fact that ho on tht litt to get the pittite allow ut a still occupies tho samo old position on Saturday night. and paper itarttd before wok writ a complaint, tho Force Bill and High Protectlvo Tariff Judgo Adklsson returned from Onklo-honi tee an very much crowded note. ideas. Rut tho question is, if ho had last Saturday. time. Do not forget to malt your reneiealt in known tho result nf advocating such Watch your direction tag and tee uktn your tno Prof. Shacklett's school will close for tiriplion expiree. The next fix month) icill It full views a year ago as well as ho docs now, tho holidays Friday. of inlrrett, and you ehonld not mitt a tingle copy would ho have written then as ho did ? Send tho News to your friends ono of TUB BREOKESRIDOE NEWS. Send your ordert at leatt a week in advance to male Tho President knows well that anything year as a Christmas gift. ho may ndvocato now will mako no lurt. It may not tale a week in every instance; ; will change Mrs. John Slaton and her son Cliff, in tho Democratic business. get then on at toon at pottible. went to Louisville last Saturday. NOTICE the label on jour paper. If your Miss Sallio Hook, who has been quite It Booms to bo pretty generally undertime hasexplrcd please renew. II you do not want the paper please droy ui a poital card to stood that President elect Clovelnnd will sick for Bometlme, is convalescent. . that effect. Don't let the paper run on for three pursuo a different course with his new Tho News sends congratulations to all or ilx monthi and then say you did not order It, administration from that of four years tho folks that aro getting married. and refute to pay for it. ngo. While ho has given no direct ex Mr. L. II. Adklsson and Miko Lyd- pression on tho subject enough has been nan, Webster, wero in town Monday. learned to say that a clean sweep is to For tho cheapest and best assorted bo mado in nil tho ofllccs. Mr. Clove-lan- d candy in town go to Hardin A Brown. James Q. Dlnino is said to bo a very was Blow in making removals four Revs. L. E. Campbell and 11. B. Cox sick man and his recovery is doubtful. years ngo, but ho has learned from his aro at Fonlsvlllo conducting a revival. party workers that n different courso is Kraut, hominy, beans Irish potatoes Our noxt Circuit Court will bo hold desired this titno. din A Brown. and pickled pigs the 2d Monday in February instead of April. Mr. John Lewis, Henry and R. M. We know n man who a fow weeks ngo saw a littlo something in tho Rkecken-ridg- e Jolly, Irvington, wore in town Monday. The Railroad Commissioners have asNews that did not exactly suit his Tho most convenient hotel to tho desessed the Texas at $15,000 per mile, and taste, and said "stop my paper." Last pot in Irvington is that kept by C. I. tho L. II. & W. at $7,500. week ho a milo and lost a half Pickerel). day's labor of himself and his horse, to Miss Lizzie Sklllman, of Cloverport, Efforts aro boing mado to induce Hon. borrow his neighbor's paper that ho was hero last week visiting Miss Mary Wm, E. Gladstono to open tho World's might read nn account of tho annual Bowmen Fair with a speech noxt May. meeting of tho Perry County Farmer's If you want good plain wholesomo Institute, at Cannclton, which ho knew candy for Christinas go to Hardin A President Cleveland will touch tho it contained. Such a man would mako button that is to set tho machinery of an appropriate leader for tho People's (?) Brown. Miss Lizzio Smith will bo at homo tho World's Fair in motion next May. party. from Eliznbethtown Saturday to spend the holidays. It is amusing to read now how RepubWhile tho Republicans aro indulging lican newspapers speak of tho "old proWo pay cash for eggs if you want it. in a great deal of innocent speculation as tective idea" and tho "heresy of McKin-loyismNo other house in town docs it but Hardto whether tho Democrats will revise in A Brown. tho tariff peace meal or by introducing a When you go to Irvington stop at the sweeping bill, and giving much advise as In Nekraino, Russia, tho woman docs to now hotel and lunch house kept by C. how and when it should bo done, nil tho courting. It is not exactly that they should remember that which over I). Pickerel). gets there wny in this country, but she Special bargains in overcoats heavy way tho cat may jump, it will not bo in just tho same. tho direction of McKinleyism. The boots and shoes for the next 30 days. country "has gono and got tired" of such Beard A Becler. The will of tholato Jay Gould has been "revising" of tho tariff ns has Jiccn Mr. J.- T. Roberts was hero from tho filed for probato in Now York City. The measured out to them for thu last thirty Falls of Rough last Fr'dny. Ho is well value of his cstato in Now York Stato is years. pleased with his new homo. placed at $72,000,000. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Becler and littlo In striking contrast to tho farmers daughter, Louise, wero in lost Postma8tkr Field, of Philadelphia, and a Republican, has sent in his resignation meetings thnt were being held all over week visiting Mrs. 11. O. Phelps. and asked to bo relieved of his office. Wo Brcckenridgo and adjoining counties a Mr. Clint Hook, local editor of tho few years ago was tho Perry County Hardinsburg Republic, and Miss Mary shall certainly havo snow. Farmer's Instituto at Cannelton, Ind. Snecd will bo married Tho first last Friday and Saturday. When tho President spoko of tho Buy you Christmas candy from Hardaccumulation of wealth in tho United wero held weekly behind locked doors, in A Brown. Positively a fow cents States, ho did not tell us how it is dis- where entirely different subjects from cheaper than any other houso in town. those purported to be tho object of the tributed, but tho people know. Its Christmas for everybody, but you meetings wero discussed, where dissatis had better look around and boo if tliero in Most all of tho papers in Kentucky that faction and discontent wero created mind of tho farmer by scheming pol is anything left from your last summer's havo expressed an opinion on the subject tho to envy wages. ngreo with tho News that Carlislo will bo iticians, where a man was taught James Kasoy, Cloverport, was in and hato his neighbor becauso ho was Mr. Cleveland's Secretary of Stato. engaged in a different business than that town Monday and took on a little too of farming, and if his neighbor was sue much liquor and tho Marshal locked The Lord knows wo havo school books ccssful taught to believe that ho was a him up. enough in Kentucky. It is not books thief and a rascal. Tho other is whero Deputy Shoriff Charles B. Miller and that wo so much need, but some effective tho farmers meet once a year after the Miss Maggie Hendricks, daughter of plan of forcing tho "kids" to got down to crops aro harvested with open doors Zeno Hendricks, will bo married totheir work. and tho public invited, like school teach morrow. ers, and givo in their experiences of tho Rov. Felix Roberts fiillcd tho pulpit at The Kentucky Stato Grango in session last season and discuss tho best prospects at Louisville passed a resolution urging for tho coming crop. These aro interest the M. E. church South last Sunday at 11 o'clock and preached a very exceltho legislature to appropriate $100,000 for ing subjects for everybody and just what lent sermon. an exhibition of tho State's rcsourceu at tho farmer has long been needing, W.II. Board, Rosetta, was in town tho World's Fair. Farmer's Institutes should bo en last Monday and for disorderly conduct couraged by everybody. got himself fined $:( and costs in tho Near Paris, Ky., two sharpers bunMayor's court. koed Frank P. Colcord, a farmer, out of Cattarrh Cannot Be Cored Tho County Court last Monday re$2,000. Did Mr. Colcord read his county with Local Applications, as they cannot jected tho application of J. S. Beavin for paper, or any paper at all ? If so .there is reach tho scat of tho disease Catarrh is no reason why Mr. Colcord should havo a tavern license, with tho privilege of a blood or constitutional disease, and in selling whiskey at Jolly's Station. been pulled in that sort of stylo. order to euro it you must tako interna i Mr. J. M. Brown has opened a saloon remedies. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken CrovEHTOitT is spending a big lot of internally, and acts directly on tho blood In tho proporty owned by Mrs. Sue raonoy on street improvement. Owens Ho will remodel tho house soino-whand mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrah boro is making a strong effort to do likoand put tho bar in tho iront room Curo is not a quack medicine. It was wise. And just hero, it may bo proper Mr. Wm. Miller and Miss Isnboll prescribed by one of tho best physicians to remark that thoro is nothing liko tryin this country for years, and is a regular Miller, and Mr. John Hendricks and ing to keep pace with n 11 vo town. prescription. It is composed of tho best Miss Clara Miller it is announced will y at tho homo of tho tonics known, combined with tho best bo married In his remarks beforo tho Sonato Com blood purifiers, acting directly on bride's mother, Mrs. Bettio Miller, near the mittee, M. E. Ingnls, tho railroad Presi- mucous this place. surfaces. Tho perfect combina dent mado the statement that tho rail- tion of tho two ingredionts is what proMiss Magglo Smith, of Fonlsvlllo, and roads of tho country aro in a serious duces such wondorful results in curing Mr. John Smith, express messenger on stato, and that unless something is done tho L.i II. A W. railroad, will bo marriat onco it would tako hard work to avert Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Traps. Toledo, 0 ed Janurary 1st, at tho residence of tho a serious panic. Sold by Druggists 75 ots. brido's father. They will mako their homo in Fordsvillc. Mr. Murat Halstcad, tho great newsDick Nevitt Didn't Shoot a Kan. The following marriago liconso wero paper editor says that back in tho forties Ono evening last week tho Louisvlllo issued by tho County Court Clerk last ho was paid only $5 for soventeon columns of solid reading matter.' Our coun- Times published an account of tho shoot week: Henry 1). Tucker to Miss Mary try contributors should take courage, Mr. ing of a highwayman by R. II. Novitt.the M. Gray; W, J. Taul to Miss Bettio A. Halstcad finally reached tho top of tho clever County Court Clerk, of Meade Hawkins. Soloman B. Hanks to Miss county, and sovoral other papers fell into Emma Goldsmith j Priestly L. Davis to ladder in journalism. tho trap and copied it. Tho piece stated Miss Lena 'front. that whilo riding from Ekron to Bran Mrs. Nelson Jolly out at Jolly's Station One of tho most uniquo novelties at the denburg, Mr. Nevitt was stopped by two World's Fair will bo a hugo map of tho men who demanded his mouoy and that is somowhat of a dctectivo herself. Lost United States, exhibited by tho Coast ho was obliged to shoot ono of thorn bo week sho missed ono of her lino bronzo turkeys, and suspecting that it had been Survey. It will bo about four hundred fore ho could get by. Now whllo shootfeet square, and will bo placed horizon- ing a man under such circumstances stolen, undertook to run down tho thief. tally on tho Exposition Grounds and' a would bo jorfectly justifyablo, tho News Sho succcedod in doing so, and recovering hor turkey also. Hereafter turkoy largo building will bo provided with is pleased to say, that no such unfortuand pathways on tho Jnsldo bo as nate occurrence has happened to Mr thieves had better mako themselves to allow visitors to walk over tho whoo Novitt, and tho account is simply a myth, sear co around tho neighborhood of Mrs. Jolly's, or they may got hurt. United States without touching it. In tho kindness of his big, warm heart, Tho Master Commissioner made tho genial Dick Nevitt would divide his last A letter of invitation to a Stato Road oant with a poor, poverty stricken foot following sales at tho court houso door Congress to bo hold at Lexington, Ky., pad beforo ho would shoot him anyhow Monday : House and lot in Webster to this week, has been sent to tho county O. A, Dyo, $140 ; 1C0 acres of land near judges all over tho Stato, asking them to F. N. D'Huy is headquarters for hand- - Hudson to J. P. Nottingham, $207; tho Convention. Wo don't know how some Xmas presents. Houso and lot in AVebster to M. Lyd- lie dolacil.K'o rcsnondod, but tho dan, $000; 104 acres of land near Hard insburg to Ellslia Mcador, $!(0; House bolter roads may bo Lvital Interest to Ken- and lot in Cloverport to James Kasoy, $.'100 ; Tract of land near Union Star to subject Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. of Philo Hawkins, $1,000 ; A tract of 150 cres noir Rosetta to E, F. Piles, Exr. ; A tract near Mt. Zion to B. F. .When Mall and Expreii going L.,Bt.Li.Sc T. Local Time Card. ' " Wait Bait Eit 10,01 a.m. .10.44 a.m. 5.(7 p.m. - .4 p.m. 11.19 a.m. k For Pure .,Vk,A. 1 i'-- 0 T jC-MK- . ia Groceries Provisions $y$ Etc. W . , :? "' 'Ar ' ' i fJ'' t Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps GO TO u 1Y1 fi iu 1 ?.ia; t1 ' $$, ; i ', ' '- EIGHT PAGES. VEST'S Is & CO., Alt fect-Hnr- :im CLOVERPORT, KY. Who will pay your railroad fare for every purchase of $15.00 worth. The Place. Cloverport, Ky. OVERCOATS ARE IMMENSE. m ." M52rf33BB imWmm. On Dr. Henry Pusey, Jr., of Louisville, was to sea Mr. Wathen last Thursday. An abscess on his spine was probed, and J. L. Malin wont to Louisvlllo last Fri- ho has been more comfortable since. day. Littlo Dink Price has received a letter Mrs. Bland visited relatives at Wood- from Sister Hayes. Sho speaks very land last week. sweetly and touching of tho littlo ones Prof. McAuliffo will dismiss school on hero who wero in her Sunday school class. Sho is still quite an invalid. and resumo Jan. 2nd. the Misses Jennie Wool fork and Annie Mrs. Mason McMonlglo is expected homo for a few days during tho holidays. Richardson are still enjoying tho far west with relatives in Oklahoma where W. II. Gough is in Florida to bco after they will remain somo time yet, unless his orange grove. Ho will return tho a spirit of homo sickness should seize 24th. thorn. Brandenburg has n long needed hoarse d Mr. Wright, our undertaker, has UNION STAR. it, Mrs. D. W. Lewis lias relatives visitMr. Hubert Bruuer was in Preston ing her from Chicago whose names I did Sunday on business? not learn. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. McGlothlnn were Miss Maggie Green will Icavo Friday in Louisville last week. to spend noxt week with her family in Mr. Joseph Cash man is somewhat ImLouisvlllo. proved since our last writing. Misses Bertha Lewis and Mary Pusey Mr. and Mrs. Marion 'Baker, of Now pupils of Welleslcy College, will spend Albany, Ind., are guests of relatives tho holidays at homo. hero. Mrs. 0. C. Falrlelgh and littlo Clnudo Mr. Wm. Hawkins, of Hito's run, was Hardin will leavo Thursday for Paditcnh a guest at Mr. Joseph Cushman's Saturto visit Mrs. Falrleigh's sons. day. Mrs. Win. Bowloy presented her husMisses Beck Ricketts and Ada Hanks band with a Xmas present a week in wero guests of Mrs. J.T. Hayncs Saturadvance A baby boy to hang in his day and Sunday. stocking. Miss Sara Richardson is at homo after Miss Stella Onerbackcr, of Louisville, nn extended visit to friends at Elizabeth-tow- n well known in social circles here, will and Cecilian, spend sometimo In New Orleans with Misses Lena Richardson, Muttlo Mil-no- r her parents. and Mr. R. O. Richardson attended Preston Grlnnell Is charmed with church nt Stephonsport Sunday. Chicago and with his employer, B. F. Miss Sarah Stuart returned from Richardson, formerly of this and Breck-enridg- o Garfield last week whero sho has been county. visiting during the past two months. Misses Kato nud Georgia Hawkins acOur Brandenburg beauty, Miss Bertha Lewis, was given a progressive Angling companied by Mr. Jamison wero guests party lost Friday by hor friend, Miss of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Hawkins Sunday. Rhea Merrill, of Louisville. Miss MurHow do you Union Stnrites liko nice ray, of Cloverport, was also honored by fresh items? Something liko wo had in tho occasion. last week's issuo that had been out a fow To J. J. Brooks, son of Dan Brooks, weeks. Misses Minnio Hoylo and Susie now of Louisville, but formerly of this escorted by MtBsrsJ. A. Hayncs county, a marriage license was issued to wed Miss Maggio Withers, of Muldraugh and Hubert Bruner attended church at I know botli tho contracting parties and Stcphcnsport last week. can speak in glowing terms of both. A son of Mr. Roes French was sov'erly Moy they llvo long and bo linppy. injured by a dog lost week. His wounds aro on tho faco, ono tearing tho lip and Marion Stltli, a highly respected citianother near thu left oye. zen of our county, died lost Wednesday Mr. Sam Cosliman was with his fattier an illness of a fow days. Ho was after in town tho Saturday previous as well Mr. Joseph Cashman last week. He is as usual. La grippe attacked him, and just recovering from an attack of Typhoid settled on his lungs which wero weak nt Fever and was In tho country recuperating. all times. Tliero will bo an old fashioned spelling Who could look into tho faces of littlo match between tho pupils of thu Shilo children at this season of tho year and and Buzzard Roost schools on next Frinot bo Interested In Christmas tide 7 day afternoon at Shilo. Miss Ada Hanks Tho very atmosphere breathes of tho is teacher of tho former and Miss Emma glad holiday to worship (Dm whoso birth Mosoly tho latter. wo celebrate. Now is tho time in all tho long calendar for us to bocomo as Tiio wind from tho North blows sharp theso littlo ones, forget and forgive and keen, and bad effects of colds aro wrongs, ask for mora sweet charity and scon. Ono Minute Cough Curo so safe say from our inmost hearts, "Peaco on and sure, will quickly perform a wonearth, good will to all." It is our right, drous curo. Short A Hayncs, Cloverport as woll as theirs, to rejolco and mako and Beard A Bcolcr, Hardinsburg, Ky glad other hearts for tho sako of Him who was born, and wo havo been born FAEH FOE SALE, again into union with Him and aro God's A good I a nn ol 470 arrtl, ivlnir four mile children. Then a merry, yoj, over so of llariliiuliurfr, on tho olif Hartford rouil, balance In merry Christmas to yo editor, staff cor- So acrci cleared, the particular! Kood white oak limber, I'or further addreit tlici unMltbJUDAH AI.ICK IIAI.L, and readers, and God bless dersigned. respondents Ilardlnibuiir, or you every one. JAS. 8. TINIUS, Cloverport, Ky, Easy Payments Stoves, - Furniture, BRANDENBURG. suj)-plie- Heaters, Shades, Comforts, Lace Curtains, Blankets, Baby Carriages, Sewing Machines, Clocks, Trunks, Etc., Etc. Mirrors, In order to make large sales we shall sell on very small payments. Our prices are low and terms to suit you Carpets, J. H. RILEY, 0. T. ADAMS, Mr. . CLOVERPORT, KY. E0IHEEmSEllS Cincinnati's New Paper. Two-Cent Morning Commissioner's Notices. j Mc-Gar- y. at to-da- Tho Tribune, Cincinnati's now morning paper, tho announcement of the early appearance of which wo noted recently, will appear about January :M. IU publishers say they will make it, not tho largest, but tho best daily paper published in Cincinnati; that it will compare favoia-bl- y papers of Chiwith tho great two-cecago and other leading cities. It will not bo issued on Sunday. Tho price by mnll will bo fifty cents per month or six dollars a year in advance. Do not pay for n daily paper for tho coining year until you havo seen tho Tribuno. Sweot breath, sweet stomach, tweet temper, all result from tho use of Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers, tho famous littlo pills. Short A Haynes, Cloverport; and Heard A Beeler, Hardinsburg. B UE0KKNHID0E Kalo CIIICUIT COUUTi iWalntltT, ) I Notice In Kiijr. J Defendant. h. Ilcnn.tt, Adui'r.,... Iiulah Dennett, Ac ti. All persona liarlng elaltni ngalnit lhaeitate of 1'dgnr Dennett, dto'd, are l.erobjr notified to produce tbelrclalrni before me properly proven, at my ofllee In Ilardln'bure. on or before the FIH8T MONDAY IN AI'Mb, next. fllven under my hand ai Commlnloner of aid Court, tbli 15th day of December, 1802. V. (1. IliimioK, 0. D. 0. 0. OllKOKENRIDaE OIHCUIT COURT: Plaintiff, Notice In Equity. Suian E. Frank, Ac ) Defendant. All perioni baring clatmi agatnit the eitate of Andrew Frank, deo'd, are hereby notified to reduce their elaltni before me, at my office, In F lardlniburg. properly proven, on or before the SECOND MONDAY IN FKUUUAHY, Andrew Frank, Admo'r....) vi. Bra-she- 1882. Olven under my hand, December, 181)2. thli 15th day of The End is Near UtttMBIK 1 V. a. IUiiBAar, C. II. C. C. T)HECKENRIDOi: CIRCUIT COURTi J.S. Martin, Adino'r " gal-lori- Notice In Equity. Defendant. All perinni having claim! agalnit the estate of II O. Martin, deo'd, are hereby nottded to their elaltni before me, at my ofllee, firoduce properly proven, nn or before the SECOND SIONDAY IN FKURUARY, W. 11. Martin, Ac J 1892. Olven vi , rialntlff. r and tho end is near to tho opportunity of Holiday buying. Kemcmbor wo still havo a nice selection of pretty things lis presents for your friends : SMOKKIt'S SETS, CUFF and COLLAR 110XES, PIANO DUSTERS, VRETTY PICTURES, Of old December, under my hand as Commissioner of said Court, thli IStti day or Deoauiber, 1892. V. Q. IlABIUOK, 0. 11, 0. 0. WOOD'S PHOPHODINE Tho Ureal I'.iikIUIi Itemed)--, Promptly and iicrma nently curca all forma of Nerou Wcakncn, Kmls. iioni,npcrinatorrhea, and all cflccti of Abute or Kxceisca. lltcn prcKrlbcd over jj jreara In thinmii.ta nt r.iii.i I Im efore aa4 ARer. onlv Unliable and llnntit Medicine known. Ask druggist fur Wood's l'lloiriluDINK! If he oilers some wurthleii medicine In place of thli, leave hlidLhonriWtorv, In. Clme price In letter, and we will send by return mall. 1'rice, one package, fit alx.fj. One will please, ilx will cure, ratnphlet In plain sealed envelope, a stamps. Address etc., mo. ;d A Co., $270. wt Hut then coma iu titno presses-Av- oid tho rush Christmas morning you will wish you had mado your purchases early. Lizzio Sklllman was visiting lllardineburg hut week. relit- - Sulzer's, 1 OLOVERI'ORT, KY. ijl Woodward avenua Detroit. Mkfc,. jptkm Sold in Cloverport by C. C. Martla. anal druggists everywhere, The Wood Ulicmicnl Co. ""i-- ! "wwsir1 y""1 '..gi"U'iiBWPPBWWBpTWWWeq THR BRRGKRNRIDGE NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, Tho Christian Woman's Mission. The Christina woman's mission Ih tin WKDNKSDAY, DKCKMDKR 21, 1802. fulfilling h lies t Mi o ran, the will ami commandments of God. Who hi ttertlian ithe, can soothe tho sorrow I ng n ml alllicli il A Compromise. by Iter heartfelt sympathies and by Iniug tho foster parent of the orphan ami help The Duileiics, mice the lutlcs, ilicilnl, in tho tlino of need; How often we uru The duties of count; in turn replied, shocked by observing Christians who alAnil some got md, and some did cry, low selfishness to Im) predoniliiant in all Sn I, being old, to make peace will try their dealings so continually dixs iIiIh We will tint note the girl at the Kate, vice pray uon their hearts thai many uru Who hum Sis that la willing to wall, I'ir"Kv." ii twenty I heard her say, led to Indiuvo Christianity Ih all a farei', And Vnnwajuit how the rarilatci play. fur without faith in humanity there can S let her talk to the btcs'scil "crackers" Who ainoke their pipes and fool wllh llulr li's. be no faith In God. There women everywhere, disheartened women The crippled girl of one secnt).fire U not "up a tree" aa )ou would connive, to whom wccould extendi! helping bund. Hut able again to stroll the itrccU, Thero cannot bo n place for uh hi hi aveii A nit lias a smile for all the meet. if wo fail in our duty on earth. He's gone the (ays, but will tunic nifitln, "If we sit down at set nl sun, He's true and fumijr.niit stingy illi lilsgrln, And count the things Unit wc lute ilonc 'I he purest buy that God's eer glen. And counting find Not ctcn a hair 'twist hliu and beaten. One self denying art; one word Thc'l'cjch' that danced at thcSattelltesball KY. Cosmoiiolilan will mark lis tlrsl edition of 150,000 copies that was January by the offer of 1000 free scholarship. In Breckenridge News. Galloway-McCo- y. JTSkT ' ' V" flwr SwWEBKSmSksw. llrviV" ssSSWLsstsETsTsWvIjbWw r i9l' Hr Hflsrssv.' sSp- - zi Our own sex is incapable of any such by play aside from tho main business of life; but women bo they of what earthly rank thoy may, however gifted with intellect or genius or endowed with beautyhave always some little handiwork ready to fill the tiny gap of every vacant moment a needlo is familiar to tho lingers of them all a queen no doubt, plies it ou occasions; tho woman poet can use it us udroitly as her pen. The woman's eye, that has discovered a new idea, turns from its glory to send the polished little instrument gleaming along the hem of her 'kerchief, or to dam a casual fray in her dress. Tho slender thread of silk or cotton keeps them united witli the small, familiar, gentle interest of life, tho continually operating inlluencesof which do so much for the health of tho character co gh s)rupsfor totds. None hitler. I alwu)s spread, and carry oil' what would otherwise bo u The file lilancd high with logsof hkknr) fid. a dangerous accumulation of morbid senit." Ami swift the moments Hew on hours of jo), symTill (as they thought too soon) the hour of sibility. A vast deal of the human Georgia Moonshine in Daviess County pathy runs along this electric line, prayer, of OwenslKiro are to have it Tho people ll.ide Die )oung urchins to bed repair; etretching from the throne to tho wicker rrnl religious treat In next month. Sam lint first the stocking from each tittle .eg chair of the humblest seamstress. It is .Iniii'H, the eeli'hntti'il (icorgia evangelist, Must be sospeded from a hook or peg. characterThat Santa Clans, who travels nil the eight. a token of healthy and gentle Mill lecture at theTeinple Theatre on the Might, in the dark, bestow hUfavhrs right." istics, jvhen women of high thoughtsand iiU'lilnof the 11 th ami 12th of January. accomplishments love to sow; especially Owensboro IiKjiiirer. as they aro never more at homo with Hawthorne has beautifully said that their own hearts than when so occupied." Suppression of the Menses may ho re-- li Woman. Tin: Clovkhi-oii- t veil by n dose of Ayer'H Pills, which "there is something extremely pleasant produce tlie tk'M red ellW't through s ii ami touching in the pc. tiliarity of net dli work distinguishing women fioin men Go to Itabbage's for Holiday Goods. lictic action. blue-cyeil month in the year, still furnishes uh with enjoyments which cannot be tasted at any other season. At this time thousands of grateful heart unite to celebrate tho nativity of our Ho loved Redeemer. Christ mail Kve. presents n spectacle highly pleasing and imposing; stores mid toy shops are decorated witlt lestoonsof natu ral evergreens, interspersed with bright dr:periesandbrilliautly illuminated with gas; Chinese, lamps arranged in every sliajie and form that fancy can devisr,hut tho most interesting as well as the most delightful sight of all is the happy, animated faces of tho children; their joys cannot be restrained, but burst forth in boisterous mirth. The custom of decorating our dwellings with evergreens at this season is still observed by many who have never investigated its origin. Among the Humans tho laurel was an einliK m l'e of peace, joy and victory, ami though this lovely evergreen no longer adorns our parlors, we shall keep its symbol green in our hearts, that of peace, joy and good "None bitter.' Mr. Thomas lluckley writing will. from the Iron Works, Klin St., Troy, N. V. "Twas Chistmas IJc, the supper board was "Iir. Hull's Cough S) nip, is one of the finest Was cnt led, doubtless, b) one and all, Unable to choose hcrscll as queen, With such a bow as ne'er was seen. She chose as partner the nun with glasscsi Who'll some day cure or kill the masses. My dear, good'jason' I'm somewlui Inclined si e's a Irlcnd of mine. Tn give more mi Some girls hate wit and some hue gold, And some arc cast In beauty's mold. Ofeach of these kind 'Jason' possessed, So hardly knows which boy Is best She would (elect the It adcr of the orchestra, And perhaps admire his ha I ha I ha I So also this would Sicak her praise, I'or where's a man of nobler ways. lie counts mure cash than any in town, And gas or no gas, his bills go 'round. The handsome boy Is keen In sense Of wit and humor and eloquence, So keen tn see the belle of the town, Who left, iiiiiu), lor more renown. So keen for the lime to come to ask 'I he hand of one who is unsurpassed. 'I he whiskered man, the auburn hair, We must admit a noble pair; The one wl:h beauty, culture aiideven more, '1 lie other with style, loquacity and lore. And nest the cltrk,with goods Parisian, Can drhe a trade with force and prctlslon. He's culm, serene, and shows his icuse II) claiming one yon say is immense. And one who's good nlie and Smart, And worth) the swap of any heart. The counter jiimier who's alwsi)s bright, With a little mustache that's 'out of sight;' The clothier sutet and alwa)s Smart; The wholcsoiilid tinner that'll nuke his mark Are willing and lit to make a smash'mash.' Hut none can win like the Now girls and ho) a I've sung my song, Take my udtirc and get along. said be "more tweeter," Ilelievc what Hut don't nuke fun of my Improper meter. I'or pottle license must be allowed In wilting up such an awful crowd. That cased the heart of him who heard; One glance most Kind, That fell like sunshine where II went. Then wc may count that day well snnt." "Hut if through nil the lie long day. We've eased no heart by yea or na; If through it all We've done nothing that we can trace, Thai brought the sunshine to a face No net most small That helped sonic soul, und nothing cost Then count that day us worst than lost I" I heard the hells on Christmns Day I)ecemtCT, if not Wednesday night, December 7lh, 181W, in the presenco of a largo number of Invited friends and relatives, on a beautifully decorated veranda arranged ly dainty hands, tho solemnization of the rights of matrimony was quietly performed by Rev. J. G. C'rabtno between Mr. .John. E. Galloway and Mrs. Mattlu McCoy. Immediately nfti rthe ceremonv tho bride mid groom were followed hy the nttedauts, Miss Lou Galloway and Mr. Oscar McGavock, to the parlor where congratulations and quite a number of handsome presents were received from their many friends. Thursday tho happy pair repaired to homo of tho groom's parents, Mr. Win. H. Galloway, and were soon ushered into a dining room whei-a table nil loaded down with good things to eat awaited them undermagnlticent evergreen boughs of ferns, mistletoe and in) rtle, prepared by none other than Mrs. Galloway in her own gentle way. The bride is one of Irvlngton'a most and occomplished ladies. estimable The grcom Is a most eminent young man and will be greatly missed in the vicinity in which he lives, but our loss will bo Harncd's gain as he contemplates engaging in business thcie soon. May theirlitesbc ns peaceful and gentle as the o return for introducing the Cosmopolitan into certain neighborhoods tho Cosmopolitan oilers to any young man or woman free tuition, boanl, lodgingnnd laundry at Yalo, Vassar, Harvard, or any of the leading colleges, schools of art, music, medicine, orBcicnce. They send out a pimphlet on application telling how to obtain one of these 'reo scholarships. "Put Money in Thy Purse." the most pleasant Their old familiar enrols play. ., And wild and sweet The words repeat to men. Of peace on cat th, rood-wiLongfellow. ll ,? flowing stream, And their lives be no more painful than the wakening of a plca'ant dream. Is the wish of their friend. Coiu. r drivers and others who are constantexposed to nil kinds of weather, and cannot find time to lay by, should ever bear In mind this plain lact that Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup cures coughs and colds. It is unequalcd. Street-ca- ly He has Surely Been on tho Inside. Kansas man, who had been nlllliat-in- g with the Third party of that Stuto for the past few years, having severed Ids allegiance then to, thus briefly gives his reasons for so doing: Because it is run by lawyers without clients. Hy doctors without patients. By preachers without pulpits. Ity women without husbands. Ity farmars without farms. Hy financiers without finance. Hy educators without education. And by statesmen without a job. Kx. A The December Cosmopolitan. In view of the fact that Sir Edwin Arnold will very likely be the next one turns with interest to his most enteitaining article lu the Decern-heCosmopolitan on a "Japanese Watering Place." Tho same number contains seven portraits of Tennyson and interesting views of his late home and surroundings. Thos. Gorman has penetrated the mysteries of the silent trappists' monasd tery with a profane kodak; Murat discusses "Vnrieties of American Journalism;" Hermann throws light on the Black Art" and Theodore ltoosevelt and Mnurace Thompson each contribute interesting articles. A feature of tho portraits of Parisnumber is twenty-fou- r ian journalists, with sketches of their work. A curious bit is found in the contrast of the double frontispieces which adorn tho magazine on ono side tho marvelous painting of "Tho Conquerors," by Fritel, which attracted so much attention at the last Paris salon, and on the other "The Conquorcd," hy Anton Dietrich; in the ono the heroes of war moving down the vista of tho centuries In magnificent array between ghostly lines of naked corpses, the other tho unfortunate of all times and lands Hocking beneath the gentle hand of the loving Christ. The Hal-stea- m ,.). Success In every tiling depends largely upon good health. J)o Witt's I.ittlo Kar-l- y i Risers are little health producing pills See the point? Then take an "Karly Riser." Short A Hay ties, Cloverport,nnd Heard it Heeler, Hardlnsburg, Ky. Ho Won't Hire an Assistant, Though. Col. J. 0. Howard, the man apjwlnted to examine tho forms of fair women applicants for the honor of posing for tho Montana silver statue, expresses himself as weary. Paducah News. Grayness, baldness), dandrull', and all diseases of the scalp, falling of the hair can be cured by using Hull's Vegetable Siclllian Hair Rein wer. in-i.- How? Save doctor's bills. AIwayB keep on hand a bottlo of that finest of remedies, Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure to altny the first Irritation caused hy n cold, Don't think you can fix up when for25c.or 50c. you can have tho result of years of practice A 6on of Mr. M. D. I'us8er,a merchant and experience expended in making this of Gibraltar, IS". C, was so badly alllicted preparation absolutely the best. For sale with rheumatism for a year or more as to by Short it Haynes. r bo unable to work or go to school. concluded to try Chamberlain's GUSTON. Pain Halm on the boy. It soon cured him and ho has since walked one and a Mr. Alfonzn No ft" spent Sunday at Hig half miles to school and hack every school Spring. day. 50 cent bottles for salo by A. R, C. licit A Bro., have their store newly Fisher. painted. DERBY. Miss Kittie Chapel's brother visited her last week. Young ladies "catch on" come to Gus Wo are expecting grand times Chiist- -' ' to n for your hats. mas. Mr. G. J. Neft has about completed his Hargis A Mogan havo a fine lot '"of largo tin shop adjoining his store. Xtnos goods. Mr. It. H. L. Grand's large barn which Charlie Solbrig was in town yesterday has just been finished, is quite an addion business. tion to his lot. Thero was Bcrvico In tho Catholic Our little town, just at present, has church Sunday and Monday. every appearance of quite a "little boom" Thero will ho a Xinos Tree Christmns in real estate, Ac. eve night and a ball Monday night. Mr. C. C. Heard, the saddler, paid his Mr. George Cunningham returned mother and friends.of Brandenburg, a fly- homo Inst night on tho steamer, Tell City. ing visit Sunday. Mr. Gcorgo Flitzo and mother were the Mrs. Gallagher, of Leavenworth, Kits., guests of Miss Lissiu Cunningham Sunis expected this week to visit her sister, day. Mrs. Kate Childsand other relatives. Mr. Phil. A lien and wife, of Kvansville, Our obliging merchant, Mr. F. M. aro visiting relatives and friends at this has been on the sick list this fall. place. He is still n hustler, come and s:o him. Tho Republicans hero say as everyJudging from ropoiteof numerous wed- thing elso has gone Democratic, they dings which are to take place in tho near have too. future they havo been quite cflectivo. Wo aro having very disagreeable F. M. Osborno A Co. have on hand weather rain und biiow Hut that tho nicest lot of fine candies and confec- docs'nt stop the tlo hauling. tions of all kinds, to be found in the Mrs. Annie Cunningham and children, . country. of Little Dixie, wero tho guests of Mrs. Mrs. Willet returned to her homo at Dr. Dennett Saturday und Sunday. Littlo Hond Saturday, after paying her Mr. Lafc Hardesty and Miss Nclia Avis daughter, Mrs. G. W. McCans, quite an were married beforo the Altar on Monextended visit. day morning. May their pathway bo Miss Clara Adkisson our popular mil- strewn with roses. liner, has been doing a hustling business this fall. She has just put out quite a Headache is tho direct result of Indinumber of beautiful hats. gestion and stomach disorders. Remedy-thesMr. James Osborno our contractor is by using Do Witt's Littlo Early now at work on, and will soon complete, Risers, and your headacho disapears. an addition to Mrs. Kato Child's cottage The favorite littlo pills everywhere. which will greatly add to its appearance Short A Haynes, Clovorport, and Deanl A and comfort. Heeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. His-fatheOs-bur- n, to-da- Mr. Joo Fotisher nud Miss Ix'iui Thompson, wero married the l!ith nt h'gli noon. A g and wedding, will give full particulars next week. o Mr. and Mrs. Jcsso Malin and Lewis, of Brandenburg, visited their grandfather, Mr. It. J. I'uttisonjoft week. Mr. Patlisou has been quite III for two weeks past. As your regular correspondent Is oft" duty this week, wo hopo you will pardon our presumption, when we knock for admission in tho columns of your most excellent poper; howover, wo do not expect to create a sensation among your many readers, as our experience as reporter is Hut thinking what ' wo very limited. have to say might bo of interest to some, wo venturo to give you a few items. Law-renc- T sssssSssTstsssSK LssMsTisLsLsr SssssTsTssflssissF ssSL BsHsW ? TO THE COMMUNITY OF INTERESTS. T. This selfsame T. C. C. LEWI sm. ' K r Your home Jeweler, who for twelve long years has practiced his profes&ion among you,, and whose merits it would be folly to question as a man worthy of confidence and trust, and a COMPETENT JEWELER. Lewis, now comes to his home constituents with a "full line, and as complete an assortment of Ik !, V Jewelry as was ever brought into this county, consisting of Jewelry ; show cases filled to overflowing. Fine Silverware, all selected and beautiful. Musical instruments of all kinds. No excuse for leaving home to purchase or select your HOLIDAY GOODS on articles or price. Go to your home Jeweler. t I DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. " r$ t$. ; y X. c. IEWIS HI-A-IR- 9 ,: 11iiWiiiMgMlmiiiHiiiiiPiBgg","iiM griaBBWHigr..! .. "aciiWMsjMHftK: iif&ifflm TTHTiTTOirHrTriW1TO Tt-Breckenridge News. m BRRGKRNRIDGR NRWS, GLOVRRPORT, KY. m WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1892. LOOAL BREVITIES. Go to Haynes' (or good drinks. Hot "Tom and Jerry" at Haynes'. Tho best of celery can bo had at Lisbon's. rigs' feet at thcSnnke and Lizard factory. F. N. D'Huy is tho place to get n hand-sotn- o diamond ring. Miko Fopham and lamlly visited at Jolly station hut week. Look at Lisbon's opening Saturday and it will mako you hungry. You can save money by buying your Xmas goods of F. N. D'Huy. Bom to tho wlfo of Thomas Calcy, boy. tho 13th, s. fine Call on City Market for Oysters and oyster crackers. The beet in market. II. S. English and son, Joe, of Robert's Bottom, wcro in tho city Saturday. Go to F. N. D'Huy's and boo what a beautiful linn of Xmas goods ho has. Dr. Hayes is spending a few days in Stephensport on professional business. Mr. and Mrs. Joo Buzby, of Hardlns-burwcro in tho city Monday shopping. Como to Lisbon's Market and get choice of ono hundred dressed turkeys. Mrs. John Wcisenbergcr visited friends and relatives in Stephensport last week. Jesse Miller went to Hardinsburg Sunday to spend tho day catuo back Mong, day? fc. eve & Tho compliments of a happy season, good friends. Wo aro still with you. Sulzer. Ring out tho Old Ring in tho New. Como and let Sulzer show you what good goods arc. This greatest medicine known is sold 5o cents per packago at Short & Haynes. Tho most completo lino of jewelry, watches, clocks and silverware is found at F. N. D'Huy's. F. N. D'Huy is the place for tho young ladies to find appropriate presents for their sweethearts. Lisbon can't be beat in holiday goods such as Bulk Oysters, Oysters in shell and Oysters in can. D. E. Furnall, of Belfre, Ohio, waB in tho city lust week tho guest of his sister, Mrs. Randal. Did you seo those nobby overgaiters well, novcr mind. Who worn by bought them at Su'zer's. Miss Eva Herndon, of Brandenburg, will spend tho holidays as tho guest of Miss LaFayetto LnHeist y a beautiF. N. D'Huy received ful lino of diamonds. Come and seo if he can't suit you in that line. From the North Pole to Sulzer's store, seems a long distance, but it is a case of zero prices on tropical values. 3h. and Mrs. John Mattingly, of PuvnHSville, are in the city tho guest of their daughter, Mrs. Steve Wilson. Not a train that comes to Cloverport now falls to put ofT strangers who have como to do their Santa Clans shopping. You can do as you please at the Snake and Lizard factory, it you don't try to Veep other people from doing the same. A faint heart novcr won a fair lady? Don't bo afraid to call on her after sending her a box of Sulzer's choice candy. Santa Claus asleep now in Sulzer's show window, "illustrated," seo it. Santa Claus awake Friday morning watch for it. Mrs. Thos. Hall, of Meado county, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. I lay den Bassctt, returned home lost week. For pure drugs, medicines, havo your prescriptions compounded at C. C. Mar tin's drug store, at tho Red Front or Now York store. If you aro thinking of doing good by sending a lot of stores to worthy families, Sulzer will make special rates on such orders. Davis Young, of Hancock county, for exposure of person on tho street was arrested last Saturday, and fined $5.00 in tho city court. Go and do likewise. If your whiskers aro grizzlcy and unbecoming use Buckingham's Dye and they will look as when you wero younger. ' Bananas, apples and oranges, nuts, fire crackers, fancy and stick candy for sale at C. 0. Martin's, at the Red Front or Now York store. Tho inner man is cheered and benefited by a dinner composed of those raro table delicacies offered, as a Christmas menu, by Sulzer. Till Groves, of Tobinsport, wont to Louisville last week, and while there crossed the river and attended the Floyd county farmers institute. Mrs. W. H. Morgan and Miss Rosa Morgan, of Stephensport, wero in tho city Monday and made a call at this by Mrs. W. R. office, accompanied Kyler. Jako Franson and John Farmer were . fined $5.00 each in tho city court Satur- day for breaches of tho pcaco. They had alittlo scran in Ponham's saloon Friday night. Mrs. Ciias. B. Skillman, who has been sick for some time, went to Morganfield Friday to seo if sho can recover her health at her old homo under tho protecting care of a loving mother. Perry Lemon, who broke jail hero a couple of months ago, was last Friday by officers Hambleton and Dellaven, on a little shanty boat that Is 'lying at the mouth of the creek. He was placed on me rocic pile, where lie was thought to be secure, but Saturday morning ho broke the lock to the ball and chain that held him, and scaling tho jail fence was soon making tracks for the woods. Unfortunately for himself he mot up with Mayor LIghtfoot in the lower part of the city and was marched back. An iron collar was placed around his neck and he is now safe and likely to finish his city contract. at 25 and to-da- - if" r- ft!,- A r r i & K ji Mr. J. W. Dent, of Irvington, was in The Eagineeri oa the L., St L. & T. last week. Wm J. Winter. Henry Winter. Johu M. Dorntraeoer. Or all the men that you can see Mr. C. P. Bush, of tho Texas, was in There's none Ilk the Kngtneers on the L. tho city last' week. St. L.JkT., Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Barnes, of Rome, Without a doubt, they ean't be beat Ind., wcro in tho city Monday shopping. Fur nerte, gent and conceit. Dr. J. B. Cottroll will' preach in the 2 Elm-strechurch next Sunday night There'i Colonel Dob ram engine ore, And on the lingh you'll Dnd blm loioe, Miss Ella Goodson was in tho city Sinco marking down our To beet bli record they ell may try, Monday and Tuesday, teaching her music But It tehee a daisy to down the butterfly. class. entire stock wo And that we I Mr. R.N. Hudson and wife, of Louisaro overstocked on Men's Suits Old Doe Amtln le on the!, ville, wcro visiting relatives in Alabama The twitching at llendcrionhetrlei to do, last week. and must cut it down, We Ifshe only had air the would b complete, Mrs. Win. E. Minor and Miss Nannie have theroforo made a special But itlll he lays, ihe'i good ae old wheat. Stephens, of Holt, were in the city Mon4 low-dow- n price on every garday shopping. Hnndiome Harry rone engine 3 Mrs. Dcboo, tho venerable mother of ment in this department. On 1'aaienger he would like to be, Mrs. G. D. Temple, is a guest ut tho CloII could furnish the air If the pump verport Hotel. Our "own make" clothing is " would fall, Matgto Bowmcr returned home Miss And he thinks he's In It when pulling the known as the best in tho city. last week from a pleasant visit to friends mall. U Now, como to us for suro in Winchester, Ky. Jim Brown m.y catch engine 4, Mr. John P. I las well, tho clover postenough barguins. lie will study ralre motion now no more, master, of HardjnBburg, was in the city Hut put In bis time packing glands Monday on business. And keeping ell on the tumbling shaft and Mr. Ridgely Case, of tho Texas, went stands. to Mobile, Ala., last week to pay a visit fl to his old home and friends. Patrick Cain runt the noble S, Mrs. Sophia Mcador, of Skillman, will It seems quit Strang that he's atlve, spend the holidays with relatives in Since he made that flip run It Is hta delight New Albany and Jcflersonville. To make people think he la out of sight. "Old Reliable" Clothert, Corner Third and Market, 7 The steamer John A. Wood passed down Monday with a largo tow of PittsThere's Jerry Qannane oa engine 0, burg coal, tho first of tho ecoson. Ills engine it atwayt In pretty good III, Born to the wlfo of F. A. Beavin, on He handles the work train in the rery best tho 15th Inst, a lino boy. Frank conAnd Is always'happy humming boom ta ray tinues wearing a pleasant smile. 8 Mrs. Frank Ditto, of Brandenburg, is the guest of Mrs. J. D. Babbagc. Mr. NowiCharllo runs enlne 7 Hit bald head thlnet like astarlnhearen, Ditto was in the cltylastwcek,but is now in His engine Is glass, hut she pulls her load, Owensboro on business. He says tbe't the best englte on the road. Rev. G. C. Overstrcet will preach on We have opened a Steam Laundry in your city Christmas day in the new church at Gus-toi and wc nrc going to make it a success, if you Dan Henlon comrt next on engine 8, and hold communion for tho first will give use the work that you send oil", so tiint She nerer was much on pulling freight, time. Everybody is invited to attend. wc can make enough to pay first-clas- s hands. But, he tayt (f the will only fa..ld the rail, Bob Pierce has bought tho Miller liveWe may not do as white work as the city, hut before a theepean wag Its tall. I'll get there ry stable, and is now solo proprietor of do not cat your clothes up with acid. Wc wash 10 them. There is about $100 worth of work per that establishment. "Little Jim" Miller There it poor old Mine up In the yard, week in your city, which goes out to help some contemplates going to California Jan. 1st. For her the engineers hare no regard, other townthat is $5,200 which wc will keep Born to the wife of Mr. Frank Boyd, in Fahlie pack her valrestims with greatest in the city per year. Louisville, a fine girl on the lGth inst., care. and Frank is so proud that ho only Then gives It up In sheer dlipalr. touches tho high places ai ho glides along Fourth street. On engine 10 flat wheel does run, W. C. Henory, who is in the city sellYou can set your watch when she comes; ing knives, learned something about our lie always runt on the advertised laws last Saturday by having to pay a If the ttay bolts are not cryttaliied. fine of $5 in tho city court for peddling i: without license. Why, hallo Fatty I on engine 11, Mr. II. W. Carmino brought a sample of The steam pipes are leaking, be tatd by the finest celery to this office that it has beaten, ever been our lot to tickle our pal a to with. If she would only just steam for me She would be the best mill on the L., St. Mr. Carmino is a progressive farmer and L. AT. when it comes to raising celery ho cannot bo surpassed. , . Great preparations aro being made for Rapdal said engine 12 Is a duok, Although the hat run In pretty hard luck, a cocking main near Hawesvlllo ChristJust file her branes and black berstack, mas week. Louisville and Owensboro are .Bbe'll pull all you put behlud ber on the to tackle the Breckenridge birds, which track. are getting such a national reputation as 14 great fighters. On engine H you will And Moke, Contemplating the rise in the price of lie tayt the (lack will hardly make asmoke whisky, tho saloons of the city aro laying But If the noitlei will only stay tight, is cheap. The in large supplies while it I'll reach my destination alright, alrlghtl Boyds havo just received nine barrels to ' bridge over Christmas with. Tou will find Zlrkel on engine 14, Tho Endorsement Rank Knights of For him the, Injector! don't throw a large meeting Monday night, Pythias at their enough stream, elected tho following officers for tho enBut give him hts time and a box of sand suing year: H. L. Roth, President; G. And nothing ran down him In the land. Charles May, W. Short, IS Secretary. Knglne 15 Is still und.r repair, The Cloverport Mechanics Band have But will be switching during the World' received their new suits, and they will Fair, parado tho streets of the city in uniform Who will get her I hare not heard, tomorrow. Tho boys look nice and tho But must think tbe'll be a bird. music they aro making now is a credit to 17 any city. On engine IS Tom Duffy you'll find Tho show windows in tho city arc atCllublng the hills sunttlmit throws him tracting much attention from tho little . behind, children and parents as well. The ouo Jutbflje her'falre seats and traljhten her grute, at Sulzer's that contains old Santa Claus And you'll find she will nerereome In late. lying down in tho sniw with rabbits 18 playing around him holds tho biggist crowd. John Uellrllle on engine 17 we knw, Cuines to the shop with u tale of woe; Wo havo received several Santa Claus Lower the dUphraw and eurk her flues, letters from the children, but for want of I'll mike the other engines have tho bluet. space we must decline publishing them 19 of Howover wo have notified old Santa Oeptleman Jim on engine 18, tho children's wants and desires and they can rest assured that he will bo at their Vth a tiulle on bis fee alweys Is een I bare the bast engine that Is on the road, house next Saturday night. Ho has alShe'll climb the hills with a pretty good ready left largo orders ct Babbage's for V load. toys, books etc., and will candies, nuts, 20 increase thorn through tho week. There's Old Due Smith on the extra list, Mr. Jack Allen and Miss Minnie Ryan, In cutting her back be won't spiatn bit daughter of George Ryan, wcro married wrist,-Ilt- j Baptist church at Tobinsport, in in tho is can go fe'iter around a bluff tho presence of a largo congregation last Is pretty rough. Ororer a traek that Thursday evening, tho 15th inst., Rev. E. 21 II. Morrison officiating. After tho cerePar Plank comet next without a word, mony tho party repared to the house of He It often een but seldom heard, bridu's parents whoro a sumptuous tho Whenever he It called be says with a Tim, supper was served. Tho young couple I'll go, you bet, I'm right In the swim. will make Cloverport their future homo. 22 Mr. James L. Patterson died at St. Jo, Then coinet'fi. Morrison wondrout wise. Infirmary, Louisville, last Tuei-da- y seph's On blm selJom you can find any flies, morning and was brought home He learns the young runners how to pull Wednesday for burial. Mr. Patterson was freight, a highly respected citizen of BreckenAnd explains to tbem the machinery to ridge county, and was well known very Intricate. throughout this section of tho State. He 23 was a kind husband and a loving father JuhnSeebre they say wat a runner of old, and many people join with relatives in Hit grocery at Henderson now he hat sold; mourning his loss. He can run more miles on one pint of oil, Valley Lodge', Knights of Honor has Than It uted on" the baggage car door by been organized in Cloverport with 30 Mike Doyle. members and tu'u following officers: Dr. 24 S. S. Watkins, Past Dictator, B. H. Lett, but not least, comet Johnnie Ball, Haynes, Dictator; G. Getzandancr, Vice-Tom Haynes is expected homo from SIROCCO. In Hengland he tayt more cart tbey can Dictator, Andrew J. Garrett, Assistant Cairo, 111., to spend Christinas. pull Dictator; J. Preston Pike, Guardian: W'. The orlgln'of the American flag explains, Tho "mountain hoy," Claud Ilopson, O. Morton, Sentinel; J. D. Ryan, ChapTohacco and hog huyora aro circulating has returned to his native homo to 'chose An Engineer1! gall he still retains. man; G. R. Graham, Guile; h. E. Edgar, quite promiucuouAJy. Treasurer; W. S. Kyler, Repartee; Walter tho wild chamois.' The fitlllntHS that now S. Holloway, Alternate; J. M. Bell, Sore-tarreigns, iu supreme. The "Nosegay" flllcth tho nlr with Pereon Any 1 G. Agnew, Nathaniel Taul, J. S. . not ita own. Smith, Trustees. 8. M. Bernard, of Louis-vil- Tliatia troubled with constipation can Mrs. Coosa Koons will visit her parents was tho organizer. get immediate and permanent relief by Tho "Sanctified" pcoplo aro holding a in Indiana in time to hoar tho hlcsslng . Notice. using Dr. Halo's Household Tea. Ono meeting at Lihorty. over tho Christmas gohler. Her husband dose a day at bed tlino.' 25 and 50c. To tub Funuc: Itotnio llurch passed Sirocco on the 17th will follow later in tho week. & Haynes' drug storo. I havo just fitted up and opened a packages at 8hort enrouto to l'ayncavlllc. That llttlo "Minion" at J. Y. Dennett's first-clas-s saloon at tho old Martin stand, Henry Slincklctt will return homo from BoeniB to attract mora attention than all NOTICE. east ond of iron bridge, and will keep Lebanon, Ohio, where ho is attending tho rest of tho Christmas, trlclw In his constantly on hand tho finest old whisTo Whom it May Concerns school, to spend tho Christmas holidays. store. All the girls aro biully struck, Mr. keys, brandies, wines, cordials, cigars and Itennutt says ho's glad that leap year is You are lioreby notified that all ordora Mrs Fannlo Hoard and family havo tobacco, etc. about gone. Ho is agitated over his boy's issued for goods by Patton Vitrified Hrick moving Southward, will remain future Call and see mo. must be signed by myself or James on their farm, Co., Respectfully, 'itov.H. II. White, of Leltchfiold, was Baruett Fisher. "Stay on the farm boys, ttay nn the farm, B. Beavin. railed to preach the ensuing year at Don't be In a hurry to go," r Quo. O. Patton, President. CUwrport, Ky. AN EXTRA CUT ! A Cordial Welcome Is extended all who come to SULZER'S EMPORIUM of Trade. This season is one when JULIUS WINTER & CO., Jollity and Good LOUISVILLE, KIT. ITatiire Prevail in store and home. At SUI. ,ZER'S, one is made to realize that Santa Claus is come. To Tk PuLIic I And the Compliments Of f:o: n, the Season Arc respectfully presented to the host of SULZER'S customers. CLOVERPORT STEAM LAUNDRY. Christmas Bells Have Commenced to Ring! IB. :e beard A.X & oo.'js " Vice-Presiden- t; coming in our midst once more, and he will make his SANTA CLAUS 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 , ' , eo AWIlgACTIW, IB. IF". ! At low prices. Come and seo our elegant line, and you will be delighted. BEARD &c CO. Highland, where histiuio for tho passing year has expired, but owing to a fow votes, anil in consideration of tho longdistance from home, has deferred answering till tliu second Sunday in next month, whou ho will preach at Highland and give his decision. Tho icy hand of death has visited our neighborhood again, removing from our midst Mr. Marion Stith, who was taken with a hard chill tho 10th inst, and pass cd away tho night of tho about 0 o'clock. His death was attributed to la grlppo, Tito family hnvo our warmest HAKDINSBURG, KY, Mr. T. K. Hoone, of Pardstown, was in tho cltv last week looking out n situation for a now hotel. Mr. lloouo is a hotel man of oxtcuslvo experience, a clever gentleman and it is hoped that ho will conchula to locate hero. y; e, ' Sellers' Liver. Pills. Act Directly on UicLlvcr Chills Finn, Dt OOaTKDTOMOC, axb Ccxrt trim. StcxIIiiiuciic, Diuoct Couc.CoHmri.- TIM, KmvXaTISX, FtUM. ratTlTATKHI tw ins Hunt, Dinnnt", ToBrto 8UEtrlEHXtSS,AXBAU Ijtx. sympathy. Piles of Pcoplo havo piles, hut "Witch Haeel Salvo will euro them. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Iteard & Peeler, Hardinshurg, Ky, Do-Wit- t's It Duiitit or toi Lnrm and Stojuco.MM TOBdonoffeclTcry vreH," ntlmnliUt the ttotMcb, ratoM ttM ppellt, JmparU itgor to the STtM. sJl dlMMci lite tttfto. Oct the rlfiht kind. 8BU.KKS' UVSk TIUM. Feud for c!reWr. ftotdbrdrairdstt. Ud-tlm- o lfr lrcur 88LLKBS MEDICINE CO.,7tMtMfr.S. jl o fgi'lIH9UKfPl,ll0tM9it0ih V v? 6 THE BRRGKBNRIDGK NEWS, GLOYERPORT, broken Tiitru lXt ITiuhTTlrl 1m plain, but ample. Hind It with velvet, nml, If desired, mid a narrow puff or rose, plaiting around tlio bottom. I 'ay to tlio fit and stylo than trimming. The richest gowns are thosu iiiado plain, but perfect. Silk waists should never Ikj quite as tight os they could be, for tlio richer tlio silk tlio worse Is tlio habit It Jiiih of stretching nt tlio seams. All the light summer silks enn bo mndo without these precautions, but even they will not stand stretching. To finish n hniidsomo silk dress properly requires tlio utmost attention to details. The waist senilis should lie hound with lustring, the ease belt Ik: nice, tliu loops for hanging tip Im of ribbon mid every stitch set with precision, Tliu finish of tlio best dresses sent from abroad Is about ns nlco on tlio insltlu ns on tlio outside, nml nearly nil very linmlsoino silks aro lined with blnck or colored glacosllk. Tlio facing should Ikj carefully mnde, ns told before, mid on the Inside of that aie now set two or three narrow (linked ruffles of glacu silk, mid hencnth this n;;nlu Is a bnlnyeuso of blnck Inco. When the lady prefers her dress iiullued there Is u silk underskirt cut on t he model llnoinml nlxmt four Inches shorter thnn thu dress. This ruffle on tho underside, lias one pinked, narrow plaited mid hemmed, ono on tho edge of tliu skirt mid twoto live narrow pliikid ones on tlieoutslde. Sometimes these are idteruntely Spanish lacu. Velvet Is not so much worn for dressis ns It was, yet there arc tunny elderly ladles who like it I letter than anything. Tliu same rules that hold gixxl in tho making of fine silk gowns hold good in regard to velvet. Hut In making velvet the senilis should Ixj pressed, mid It is done III this wise: A lint Iron, pretty hot, Is turned utisldo down mid held (irmly in its pine. A (tamp towel Is l.ildover it, mid as the team arises the velvet, seam down mid sprerwl open, Is drawn over It, ami Is pressed so that the more-attentioh -- KY. - . ..,.... tho utiiqtio distinction of being tho only ofllco in tho country wherein n dog ofllciates iuj iiRsistant tiostinastor. is a Httlo St. Charles spaniel called Beauty, upon whom has devolved for flvo years tho tusk of lriii(riiiK from Witmor's n half inilo distant, tho bundlo of lnorningpai'orfl from I'liiladelpliin. Two bundles, n largo and a small ono, arc thtovn ofT tit tho stution. lU'gulnrly ovcry morning Dennty trots over tho fields to tlio station nml patiently awaits tho arrival of tlio train. When tho two bundles aro thrown off Ucuuty soizos tho smaller ono in her mouth nnd trots directly home. Slio never uiakcs a mistuko, nlwuys taking tlio small luindlo: neither does elio loiter along by tho roadsido, hut covers tho distanco butwecu Witmor's, and tho crossroads postofllco at u speed that would utmost do credit to Nancy Hunks herself. Dcauty has beou assist antostmaster almost sinco her birth and could hardly bo replaced. Philadelphia Uccord. Btii-tio- A Clercr ling Tlint Carries Latter. A Httlo postonico ncnr Witmor'a on-jo- X-m- as LONG'S Greeting! GOOD POKK, GOOD VEAL. t.At htK. .4 fteuOtyuii s. .' 4 GOOD BEEF, wt ; W". seam Is not visible. Thin is nlso good where tho nap Is pressed down, or to mnke over Ol.lVi: IlAlci'KlE. old velvet like new, GRACEFUL COSTUMES. The handsome plaid walking costume li of rclonr clu Nord, or otlic r like material, cut on tlieliln. witli ulV. tot In liarniony with the plaid; the lecn areofdatlc elvct to match, with aih clt, etc , In Kill, of name nhwle mtlir sleeve, cornel skirl The itc unl figure represent. Rimn of rich armiire (Ilk. although It would also look well In tome of the xift colored wootenn. the corsane I of armure and iasemcnterle, Willi ilm ulaird .boulder lmi and pnlTed sleeves Ixix plaitlnif around the bottom of the cornet iklrl gives a pretty fiiiuh but it is somewhat apt to catch duit 1 FOR LITTLE FOLKS. Window h I'lrture. Ih u EeriotiH Hero nro romio cuisiilenttion. now shadow pictures that it might bo to tho amusement of tho children Now that tho long winter oveniiifrsnro llrarllliin Clillilron (Intticr Oiuii('. Tho children of Cuora, Crazll, wliero oranges grow most plentifully, aro tho ones who luivo been selected as tho harvesters of tho great crop of fruit which goes northward. Their hands aro small and soft, aud they luindlo tho oranges without bruUlng them. Theso littio Llraziliiin children climb tho orango trees aud throw down tho fruit to other children who stand below. Another corps of children wraps tho fruit in papers, am still nuothor army of littio ones packs all into crates and bags to como northward. So, as yon hold ono of tho juicy, yellow fall oranges in your hand, you can fancy that dear littio dark skinned Brazilians have picked tho fruit and wraptiod it nnd packed it for your use. Chicago Post. Will Lowi Iter tho Hotter. Doctor Miiniina knows uliut tuilo When girls mid dollies arc troubled. With iicedlu ami thread mid u bottle of glue My Dolly'r streiiKth alio hits doubled, lint she netrr can mnke Iter now mid lirlirlil I'm almost inhumed to show her. If Sniitu Chins could seo her tonight 1 don't 8UijMiao ho would know her. Select Oysters, Fish and Celery, Pork Sausage, Head Cheese, Blood Pudding, Dressed Chicken, Dressed Turkies, Dressed Geese, Game of all kinds. Jhi T?,,tfj T w SI12 fine beef for will be on exhibition in front of my market place, on (Thursday). I want the public to take a look at her. X-ma- I have an extra to-morrow s. n V. S. LONG. flie Chicago Weekly Times (ITOUNUED IN lHfJ.l.) 'J'ho jatliern kIioiiM lie sewn in under a belt, and this Inlter hIioiiIiI have the lower elites tiirnul In and the skirt K'ltherul THE CORRECT EVENING WEAR FOR nml sewn to that. Where thecklrt Into be quite full, which YOUNG LADIES. Ih now the Htjlu for tiiln dri'SKes, it HiiIiik of silk or sateen, of the prevailing color, Is Bonifi I'lnln unci Simple Kiilra AVIilcli mnde mid finished off and worn under. The breadths to the outer dress are cut "IVIIS Ilo of Vuliic llin Moat Suitable hleerp forn I'lunip Arm Souin I'nliitrrs straight, and the skirt should be quite (We yards nrouuil, a little longer In the luck About Silk. nml simply hemmed. A pretty finish Is to have a rullle of the Fame thin goods, w lib (C(il) right, IHK!, liy American I'rewi Aisftotfa-Hoa still narrowerand fuller one miller that, set on tliu under skirt. Kiblxms can bu kl'.mhi:h v. lidded If desired. In mnkitiK I the (liii)liiiiioits iimturln The neck can be llnlsliiil in any mnnm r, How in V()K" for nvi'iiliiK for joiiiik liulleH, tliu ilri'Kvinnki-liui lint to bear in but just now hcithcH of hire orchliToti or ml ml tlio Kt'inriil rtilix kIvcii In this nrtlclo of the ilresx material are used, and tliire Is nml tlioe iilrcdily net forth nsto tin- - proper practically no limit to the variety of trimfihapc of tinof the foil mint ion ming one ran use for llu'ht dresses. Tulle iklrt nml tin- (It of the nnl lining, ulileli mid crape, mull and India muslin are all mndu nljout alike. Jabots of laeo are In cnslly iiilnptcil to the making of low pretty, and are mnde b gathering lata ns 111 be wen from tin necked very full, giving it a shake and tliui f.is illiik'nmiH, the ilollcil lines tening it as It naturall falls. Nowrtryto show Ink how to cut nwny for n low (Ire.. Tliu InMile IinhiK ran he of Jai (met make it fall as you like, but fasten it or lonwliilu cntnliric, covered with Niirali or wliero It falls Itself, or you will lose tliu other niiiterinl, Mini thN ilripul with mull effect. Festoons and light (fleets arc to bu or chllTun or the iiiiilcriiit of which tliu Bought for In thin materials. dress li maili'. Tlio most suitable sleeve fur ft plump To mnke pattern for n V slinped Spencer waist Mm lining xhotilil Ik; cm like tlio arm Is a simple fall of laeu ortlie dress mamode) In every particular, only that It Is terial. For ft thin ono n long bou ITant efcut oil at tint wtiM line, or the front nml fect, open, If liked, at intervals on the upper part or the arm, fastened with tiny knots Imck lirotiKlit to piiln'jt. This Im of rihlxiii, or a sleuxu can bo a series of puffs held In place by bracelet bauds of n. wi-n- r r iln-Mse- HOME DBESSJrAKTNG. .THE OFFICIAL OTiGAX OF THE WORLD'S FATJl AND life if an Mnmnia has unld If I Irani to bo A careful, kind 111 t lu motlirr, Hu surely will notice tlierhungo In mo. And innjlMj he'll bring mu another. Out, dear little Dally, joii mid not euro Nor bo Jealous one hit If I get her, For, thnuuh nu may never bo iiultusn fair, I'll only Unu )ou tho better. ' KudoruH. iluinstead in St. Klcholna. THE GREATEST AND MOST POPULAR EXPONENT OF MODERN DEMOCRACY IN THE UNITEDSTATES. AN AGRICULTURAL AND POLITICAL WEEKLY ALL IN ONE. p' $1.00 PER YEAR. New conUltloni lurround the farmer with wider dut(e. He now, leu than formerly, can without reproach disregard hii obligation to teek to preparo blmielf and hli family for their political ai well ai their civil dutle. and for whatever la enentlal to good, wlie cltlionhood. well to try o!i Christum nlg'it. Any ono can mnko them. They do not requiro abnormally developed hands and aims. Try them. Tiny lliiiiMi (iurdena. THE CHICAGO WEEKLY TIMES REPRESENTS THE PEOPLE, riblxin. "'" ' rfV miai-W 7 iiiaukam ton irrnvo v IBT8. w and low Dotted llmi tliows Ik ro to cut out lo aliortvn wnlnta, needful, now that the point velvet lielts nru in htjle, and they are too pretty to he discarded mum. Tliu fullness is nil (fathered ntthe Ixittoui outKldeof thedartN.anil at the top there Is no neck xize cut, anil 1h then carried to tliu top of tliu shoulder and Kiithered. The front lining should hesllccd offal thimeck and he mined, aud nil tbu nut treated an usual. Wash gowns should nlwayH bo mndu with view to tin Ir looking ns well after washing as before, and to that end the good dressmaker should aim. Cotton goods, whet her ephyrs or sateens, should bu plain nml neat, grnu ful In model mid perfect In fit. All tottoiiM, except satiens, are pretty with ttuks or bias bands. Sateens require iuoru elalHirnto trimming, such as cuffs, collars, etc , of velutlna or lace. Silks require n (lillen lit treatment from nuy other material, and If it Is possible to avoid It n hot on should never bu put en silk, lllack silks, the heavier anil richer kinds, liku armure, penu du sole, faille mid grosgrnlu, should 1m mndu as plainly as possible, their richness showing better when little trimmed, lllnek silks, being alike on Ixith sides, cut to good advantage, but as it is apt to fray tliu seams should bu .. .1 ... M...I...i deep, ft'l... .....I..... can Iou liimi-i in- iui cut aucr tliu model waist mid any trimming desired addt,d. Nothing is more suitable, or ek--I gnut thnn laadd passementerie unless It Is a little real black thrmd lace; therefore aoId cutting up tliu silk Jnto ruffles and ft - Almost anything that glows nnd has healthy foliago in attractive in winter, and thoso who cannot indulge in several yards of glass covered (lowering plants may enjoy tho pleautu os of a sponge garden, which can bo easily maunged by any plaut loving child. A largo round pieco of coarso spongo is tho first requisite, and it should bo neatly trimmed of nil jagged ends. Then soak it in warm water until it is thoroughly expanded, when it should bo squeezed nearly dry nnd tho openings filled with rice and barley, seeds of red clover, outs, grass, off. Tho next thing is to suspend it in a window that has tho sun for somo hours during tho ony, and it should bu thoroughly sprinkled with lukewarm water overy morning. In a week or so tiny green shoots will appc.ir, and theso, if tho spongo is kept moist, will grow as if by m agio into li velvoty ball of living green. In duo tiino tho clovor blossoms will appear aud look far prettier than when blooming in tho field. Tiny ferns nnd partridgo vino aro lovely growing in this wny. as tho spongo supplies tho constant moisture in which they delight, mid many more things than one would imagine will take kindly to the wet sponge. Harper's Young Peoplu. No quntlon of national Importance and all political and ooonnmlc fiuejtloni of moment are national onei hfglna In Congrcd. They aro canraucd and dlrriuaed by the people and preu.and wbtn Ihej reach ccngre that body bns merely the detrlla to conalder. TUB CIIICAdO WUKKLY TIA1ES hm b.com tho rocognled leader or the great plain people the bone and ilncw of tie comtm nwealtb and the hopo ol the A met lean republic. Ita editorial! are broad, national, elirjuent, cc nrlnclng. and dlgnlfled, and as comprehemlve In the iubjecta A I'lcu for Sucar. Littio Bessy had been given some treated as are the question! of human Interest. THBCHIOAOO WJKKLY TIMES represents all the morements of the dar, and upon sugar to stop her hiccoughs. After a littio shu went to her mother and said: Its Indorsement hinges In a large degrre, the future, fir It Is broad In Its views, liberal In Its "Pleaso givo mo a lot inoro sugar. 1 judgment, and bos the best possible means or forming a cbrreot one, and knowing its duty to keep hickihg up just tho sumo when I man. tho country, progress, and futuio greatness, is lifted abore bigotry and narrow minde'-nes- s, liavo only a little." Exchango dnres.perfirm it. To it ail .subscribers sli(uld turn for oullghtcnment, encouragoment, sympathy, assistance, and the netvo to carry out their undertnHlngs. In Hi ranks are to lo lound tbe brightest minds In eiery line. Week by week It talks to Nothing so distressing as u hacking cough. Nothing so foolish ns to Biiflcr every snbseiiber of what Is going on. brust.es away tbe dust from tbe past and starlights the from it. Nothing bo dangerous li allowed coming. It forecasts the future and fotewarns against disaster. It Is a matchless scrap bcok knowledge for tho farmer, mechinlc, lawjer, doctor, and all good citizens. to continue. Ono Minute Cough Cure of Without then quirements of wndlng through pages 1 Irrelevant matter TUB CIUCAOO gives immedinto rcliof. Short it Haynes WEEKLY TIMES glus to Its rsaders tbe silled g'ains of thought, history, science, and all Cloverport, and Beard & Heeler, Hanlins-burg- , nt a glance j makes every reader a cosmopolite, and brings tbe entire wealth of the world lo Ky. his very door. It ghes mote for tbe uimey tlan any other weekly paper In America. It Is bright, Notice. and valuable good for the wholo family. Its world's fair news is the most complete and reliable. It Is a bureau of Information for Its subscribers, arswering anything desired. I bnvc purchased tlio entiro stock of Its agricultural department contains tho best from, all sources. tlio Cfoverport Steam and will It asks every Intelligent Iran and woman to become a subscriber, because It stands up for p'neo a sctof Ilrst'clnsMliandsinilaHBOoii the rights of the tlo oppressed, and tho weak against tho strong j being unawed ni I can jiOKsibly get thutn from Ciueiii-cinat- i. by Inuuence and utbribed by gain, and besides giving tbe best or everything from a literary Hoping you .will share your pat- standpoint, Is pledged to rcllgon, liberty, and law. . ,Sump1o copies sent on application. Address ronage, I am, Respectfully, entor-talnln- g, down-trodde- z 0 8p j- ' W. H. KvM.n. - .. TIIMIES , OFFICE, OIHOAGO, ILL. flk fjfifj jcrl-- f II h A tall ' -- ' I '.'! j mmlj AND THEN COMES mm I CHRISTMAS If you are a father or a mother, the above expression is quite familiar to you. You've heard it for the last week. The first thing the little ones utter on- their awaking in the moring. - uSanta Claus will-b- e here then, and 0? what, will he bring me." Have you provided for his coming'. Have you prepared to make the little ones glad and make their hearts leap for joy. If you havn't, it is high time you were up and about it. There is plenty of time yet, if you proceed at once. Delays arq dangerous. Don't put it off until the stock is run down and the assortment broken. We have been urging you for the last seventeen years to come early and avoid the ru3h. It's an endless variety we show now,, but it wont be so long, for it's moving at a rapid rate. Come l3e-- f ore the assortment is broken and avoid the. rush. ..-'.- ' y ! ABBAGE S p ..W '-j, ' r-- 7 .'. n iyfj " -- ttSffatSJvOnf ' wtf Jmm...i tt. .!( i ' ' j- -. jAUWL J jp"" V hCriMitiWtfMttMtfBM lUW'' r $3M KY. THR BREGKRNRIDGR NEWS, GLOVRRPORT, A MERRY 3ilPlillllM 3 Jh f SIT "iimii yi . AND "A HAPPY NEW YEAR" TOO. YOU ALL! You can make the Season Merry for Yourself and Friends BY PROCURING HOLIDAY GIFTS mMmmmim BttW HHIH lHBH HHHH Who, in turn, will do all that mortal can do to please the public and render a just equivalent tor every nickel received. To the few who have not already called and provided themselves with the essentials for PROPER OBSERVANCE THE DAY HEADQUARTERS. -- uims well Known -- would respectfully announce that no one need suffer, every requisite can be found TRADE Fancy Goods, Bric-a-bra- c, .Gifts for the Little Ones: Dolls, -- :For the Youth:- Piano Lamps, Souvenir Spoons, :And for the Adults:- Guns, Boys Wagons, Trioyoles, Fruits, Useful Picture Books, Toy Sets, Candies, Skates, Fire Crackers, Articles of All sorts. Albums, Pictures, Books, A full assortment Flower Pots, Silk Handkerchiefs, Confections. of Household Furnishings, Silk Hdk'fs, Mufflers Hunter's Outfit, Wearing Apparel and Numerous special Lines of Notions & Goods both useful & Ornamental. Compliments are presented their innumerable hosts of patrons with thanks for the large Jxade already enjoyed and hopes for a furtherance of MUTUAL INTERESTS. We are confident that, at the prices and qualities which you obtain here, we -- : O-A-ZLsT SJrEJ "OTJ MOZETZ" :-Th- roughout the entire year by trading with us. but extended throughout the year. While the Special Trade at the Holiday Season induces special effort, -" ...- THE ADVANTAGES ARE NOT LIMITED To one Season, SULZER'S always :GrlatiL to Vveloome You: "i T 8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. WM WW T ""i"" Me" THEX BRRGKENRIDG51 NRWS, Latest U. S. Gov't Report GLOVERPORT, KY. 003MCEI O 003VCE Baking GLIMPSES RcftfaJ. -- ETsT-JEZEZir KiEIISrTTCZECI-:- ! Uie- - TO TO"WIT. s FOll AT TUB-- B- s&&m EQIAL KKIS KRINGIE THE UNO WHOSE HOLLY How SCEPTER BRANCH. IS A Powder -- OF THE -- Invited to como and bco PRESENTS Fxxiiltj Whole TU- ABSOLUTELY PURE Cut In "the background of even this pleasant picture i number tho families of thopoor. thulil'yiintliH of wretched homes and teeming tenement houses, tho prieon.1 und hospitals. They nro not Tho rich man has spared forgotten. from his abundance that tho hard pressure of poverty may for tho moment lw lightened, nnd charitable hands deal out tho stores of good tilings that innKo ono nnd nil feel ns if tho spirit of Christinas was jndeed tho angel of tho day bringing tho old timo messngo, "Peaco on earth und good will to men." F. G. Db Fontaine. Poor Man. GLITTERING DISPLAY -I- OU THIi Gain Gift Time. HOLIDAY GARNIYAL MAMMOTH! Pies foi Little Children. Presents for Lovers and Brothers. Imported Smoking Jackets. Kobcs do Chambfo, liounging Gowns, Study Gowns, BrcnkCast Jackets, IJatho llobcs, Cardigan Jackets, Jorsoy Coats, RU Nlehola Ilcenmo tlio Santa CUui of Tmlij-Chris- tina iu It If Celebrated North mill South An Old I'lantatlon OSTRICH On Earth, who will remain on exhibition until Now Year's Day and guesses will bo received on his weight as a Holiday divorsion. I Wo have placed in our window the finest and largest Lovely Jersey Suits. Charming Kilt Suits. Degrcmont Short-Pants Box-plaite- Norfork or d Suits. Santa Claus Woolen Waists. Three-piec- e Suits. Snug-fittin- Suits. ii g fieene. Copyrlitht, 1KC Underwear, Slippers. P CJ.fi HEREVEUitoc Christmas of tho holiday. In tho northorn homo-steaon tho esents for Men and A Boys. l Jii or of Uei.iat, 8b Suit of clothes Neek-wcir fY . A OIIAII .1 rl wilt lt tftvn frju. wttt. ... .....!.... - .- raent and the euiloucr whole eueti it exact or nearent exact will reeU,. U present bf $100 dollar! In gild. the euitomer who guoiaei next neateit wl I jijj W rrcelre $S0 In gold. t. Shoes and Hats. A nice Necktie. Underwear. Slippers. Presents for A and SM rp. a tet of fur, Sa-l- d, for Men ami Unci" pilr of Nvoljr Slip irfmiA? v$ Y) vvr;iTart i ' it Bimiiiuru iiiuuui- W a tion, among thoso wnu Ku "own u k lUnilkereh le f f, Fine Kid IIIuTen, Fur-top lloji, fjuiurb or Oorexs arLd. Oa,rr3T OdBE" a, Bag1 Fur-lln- and among tho people of nil civilized lands, it is tho ono season of tho year marked by a reign of hospitality, merriment and open heartedness. It recalls to the old tho pleasures of youth, and transiwrts many an absent ono back to his own flreHido nnd quiet houto. In tho early annals of Now York city, when it waa Nicu Amsterdam nnd tho nturdy Stnyvesant was commander in chief; when our now crowded Ilroadwny waa lielow Wall street and known only rA plain Heero straat; when our business throttled Mniden lano was T'moagdo paatjo "Tlio Maiden's Path" where tho rod cheeked Dutch girls went to hang their clothes; when tho meat market was on BowlingUreen.nnd tho present City Hall park n public pasture out-si.tho city wall, tho Slth nnd 25th of December wero dedicated to St. Nicholas, tho patron paint of tho colony. It was his imago that constituted tho of tho ship that brought the lint Dutch emigrants to this shore. It was ho who gavo his nniuo to tho first s church within tho walls, und whoso wero most solemnly invoked in tho hour of trouble by nil Dutchmen on laud and sen. To tho Dutch boys and girls St. Nicholas was n jolly, whito bearded, little, old man, smoking his long stemmed pipo, and in their fancies driving through tho air over town nnd country, oceans nnd deserts, bending through npaco tho sharpest of whistles to tho wonderful reindeer team that carried tho wonderful sleigh. Theso littlo Knickerbockers huvo passed nwny forever, but tho children of today still keep up tho devotion of tho children of 1050 for St. Nicholas, only they now call him Santa Claus. Ho is tho same friend, tho same littlo, low built, chubby, merry, mysterious ancient who loves children of all ages and all countries. Tho manner iu which his coming is celebrated differs according to tho habits and associations of tho ieople. In tho great cities and tho country towns, for days and weeks lieforehnnd, tho markets and stores, tho streets nnd nvenues tho approach of tho fete. Tho wholo community abandons itself to foraging expeditious. lJundles nnd baskets aro everywhere on men's shoulders und in their bauds, in wagons and coaches, filling tho aisles of street cars nnd trail- through tho highways in Women and children, husbands, bachelors and sweethearts struggle beneath their weight. There aro gifts for loya and girls, presents for men and women, nnd heaps of presents for grandfathers and grandmothers. "Old Scrooge" is there, crowding paterfamilias in his endeavor to buy tho biggest turkey and make amends for his meanness to his bookkeeper during tho year, while materfamilias declares to hen-el- f that her Christmas shall tho handsomest among all tho neigh bors. Now comerf Christmas ovo tho fairy time of tho littlo ones. And who shall describe it? Tho old mantel, with its row of stockings, largo and small; tho expectant looks of tho youngsters as they linger a. und tho fireplace wondering what .Santa Claus will bring; the creeping into led nnd listening, while tho grown folks aro making merry over their eggnog and mulled cider, for any sign of tho coming of tho old gentleman down tho chimney; then, when tho hoilHO is still, tho mysterious movements of tho huppy parents ns thoy produce tho Christmas gifts from their hiding places nnd tio them up in the most provoking knots; tho commotion in tho lionso long lieforo dawn when tho children bounce from their beds to see what tho King has sent them; tho chorus of chuckles and gabble of delight as thoy gather around tho liedsido of tho sleepy father and mother nnd nrouso every ono iu tho house to display the liberality of tho God of gifts who shall, who cun tell tho story of such a happy time? By nnd by tho bells in tho steeples call tho good icopIoull to church and chupcl, nnd nwny they go, (locking through the streets in their best clothes nnd with their gnyest faces. Closed stores and n generul cessation from labor give a Sabbath sanctity und reserve to tho day very different from tho Christinas echoes of the night before. A little later vo are seated at the Christmas dinner, each ono nervously impatient to nttuck tho heaped up viands. Tho turkeys and geeso and chickens that caused such n stuffing of baskets on Christmas eve nro set out stuffed iu turn upon tho tables, and noon after lots of little boys nnd girls are Iu tho same condition. Tho feast ended, other pleasures follow. Tho old folks gather around tho big fireplace to enjoy tho outpouring of good feeling nnd honest interchange of nifectionnto attachment which nlwund at this season. The young pcoplo botako themselves to tho frolics of n sleigh ride, whilo tho children repair perhaps to tho neighboring hills nnd ponds to try tho now eleds nnd skates. This Li tho Christinas of tho avorogo homo cir-cl- o throughout tho north nnd west. Tho Christmas of tho rich Is also n fairyland in which for ono day at least nothing savo tho spirit of KrisKringlo enters tho voluptuous heaven with its firmament of gas jots, Its carpeted softer than clover, Its perf umetl'atr, curtains and gor'gwua Christcolor, mas treo, all afiam with lif where oroguthoml afashtyjjiWe throng of old and young awaiting1 W bestowal X-- " vfiostlygifU. lo ben-isonpro-cluiwheel-(arrow1 out-Bid- e, "thoscainshii," faced (J'nte, SUk Fllk and Carlunere Mu(llcr,Cacei and Hat Umbrellai, nnd Shooi,Sllpneri h,iipend(ri. $750. In gold altogether is to be given as presents (f 150 in each of our nnd our out-o- f town customers always carry off more tlutrt half tho gifts wo ofror. If you cannot como to town send for Illustrated Catalogue, order by mail and send vour guess card by mail. Guess cards sent with every mail order purchase. of O-old- .. fivoftlc-departnicnt- s) per, Fur Shoe, LndleTarU Short lined Shoe Nice lluuio Walking Silk Handkerchief with Umbrellai rich handle, Shipper Plion, Shoe, M33i ISdammoth Wifo Is there anything else, dear, that you would like to hang on tho Christmas tree? Husband Yei. Tiioso triplotfl. Clirlatiil.t'i KLKINHANS.& SIMONSON, Market Street, Between Fourth and Fifth, LOUISVILLE, ZY. Hull'. Cliat-tcrliox. foro-fatlior- H Shoe &, Olothing Co, Joorplilue'a Old Homo. I)c)K pro-Ber- Tlio prnctiroof ili'cl;iii(f churclics with tho pviTtfrrMi ij very aticicut, says Clirlntmn In tli '.ami of tint C:ir. On thin account onr iiiotis Throughout tho Ukraine, or littlo gavo it tlio tiaino of "holy trco," Russia, Christinas is observed ns n great of which our wonl holly is a corruption. sacred day. Weeks licforo Christmas preparations for welcoming the so called Duppa tollx us "that liraticliCH of thin trco wero Kent by tho Romans to their "Christman kutiu" (barley grits) are gofriendH with llii-iNew Year'ri gifta iih ing on in a jwiKant's hut. The hut in whitewashed, tho iloor and cinbli'inatlcal of good wishuH, anil tbo polatia (lied of boards) nro tcruh1ed, tho custom is baiil to bo nearly tin old us tho holy images, or ikons, on the walls aro building of Romo itself." Tho holly Konii'tjiiK'H attaitiH tho height of forty adorned with coarse linon towels embroidered, nnd n few crosses, neatly feet, and when of this large fcizo tho wood mado of straw or hay, aro nailed upon is very valuablo and is much used by cabinet makers. It is white, hard, clo.so tho ceiling and wall. A liench covered with hay is placed at grained and talces a very fino polish. tho corner under St. Niehnl.is' imago, When htained black it is an excellent The long and upon which rests tho pot with tho sacred imitation of ebony. straight tough branches are often t;ed kutiu. Tho head of the family, after offering for whip bundles and walking Micks. prayer anil expressing n few wishes be- Tho leaven of tlio holly near tho ground fore the kutiu such as that tho next aro frequently much moro prickly than summer's crop may bo abundant, or tho'io toward the top of tho treo. This that general prosperity may crown his circumstance forms the Mibject of a homo takes his seat at tho head of tho tioeiii by Southey. iu which ho nays that table. His examplo is followed by tho though iu youth bi.ffutings with tlio world may call loith liartdmeHS, yet rest of tho members. Tho jxjt with tho kntia is soon placed a man ought to pray that unkind feelbefore them, nnd after a few more littlo ings may daily wear away be Till UioMruxitli temper e.f formalities is devoured with great I.lko tlio lii'li leues tipuii lljo hully trie. After this isdono nil dress themselves in their best clothes and start out Deserving Praise. to church. We desiro to say to our citizens, that i for years wo Jiavis been Helling Dr.King's Oil, happy to Hi" rliliiilnc bellsl llt N'ew Discovery for Consumption, Dr. Oil. jenrnliiuwiiiU. lint lot heir It U tluxrlm ulilcli forever lelli King's New Life Tills, Iincklen's Arnica Of "jwucu mi earth" ninM Iti Jnysnnit ialn. and have Salvo and Hlcctric Ilitti-rs- , Wrentlioln.l lierrlo itiitl palo nilslletii" In Knrl.iinlit fur tho J iwih Chriatiiiustidc; never handled remedies that sell as well, i '.in lei.ln Tliojcar U liurh I, and hiiow or that have given such universal satisil niilu. Kails lll.o u Ih:k ll. Cm t;rU-aIa-I'lcnyune. faction. 'u :.ei;d.i:'o. We do not hesitate to guaranClutu tee them every time, and we stand ready A lluil Nrlrjlilxuhimil, to refund the purchase pricV, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great For popularity purely on their merits. sale by Shoit & Hay lies, drtiggihts. r l I i 1 C'limo Quarter. I'VrJ '; r Dashaway Well, Uncle Ultouy, what nro you giing to have for your Christmas dinner? Uncle Elwny I'ze ;;wiuu to have n fat nnd snssy turkey, sail. Dnshaway Why, I thought you told mo not long ago you didn't exjiect to have one. Uncle Ebony No, sab, I didn't; but I douo moved out ob dat neighborhood since den. A rim. Dear Hanta Claim, 1'to cot Iu ko To bed- - lt' laic, oii se KolUtcii, ileuM for ) on mutt know Jiikt lint to brlni; to mo, Clara I hung up my stocking Christmas evo, and what do you think I got in it? A beautiful umbrella. Maude It must huvo been a pretty tight lit. A Million Friends. A friend in need is n friend indeed and not less than ono million people have found just such a friend in Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Cough's and Colds. If you have never used this (irent Cough Medicine, one trial will convince you that it has wonderful curative powers in all disease? of Throat, Chest and I.un; Each bottle is guaranteed to do all that' is claimed or money will bo refunded. Trial bottles free nt I Jirgo hot, Short & 1 layne'H drug store. ties .r)0e. and $1.00. Muni. Am 4&m&ta rSw flr lind I want a jinlr of ukalco, n liilfc, A iKiay that cuu tnitt I want a tilcu IiIk drum ntnl life, And nil tho book you'vo uot. I want a kite, with tulle ot ttrliur, Anil tovnrul Christina tree; Iiut when you come thUyear don't brine AnotUor buty, plcnto. Tlie grcalcitof llnlinenttl Mri. K, M, Uevil-biTrlJcllila, Mil,, Mil., wrllvit "I ute Salvation Oil for tore throat, rhcuinatlim, etc., anil find It l one of the best liniment out," n, Dushawny I hear, liobbio, that you got a train of cars for Christinas and they had un accident. Tell mo all about it. Bobbie I im't say a word. You boo, I am ono of tit ofllcers of tho road, Ayer'H fc'anuiparilln inakefl iiiiH tho blood Sold by all puro, rich, nnd vitrllzlng. druggists. historic Malmaison, onco tho resicopyright, which has jtt6t been prodence of tho Empress Josephine, from claimed as between Italy and tho United States, between President Harrison and fulling into tho hands of homo Nineteenth century vandal, who would probKing Humbert, may not throw tho plaster cast industry on both sides tho At- ably demolish it in order to rniso "jerry lantic into economical bpasms. But tho built" suburban villas on its site. Tho current year has developed, und that tho old palace is in a rather bad condition, coming year promises still further to being destitute of furniture, tapestry nnd proper ornamentation. The two develop, an almost alarming fecundity among tho sculptors of Italy in tho way facades ono on tho courtyard and tlio of sketches, molds nnd casts intended to other on tho garden nro iu a tolerably good condition, ns well as tho windows, "disfiguro nnd pretent" everything which did or did not happen, as well as staircases and ceilings. Tho rooms might easily bo rearranged everything which ought and which ought not to have happened to the discoverer in their old order nnd stylo. Tho vast porch, tho dining room, with its figures of tlio New World. Hardly thrco weeks ogo, for examplo, of nymphs, marble lloor ami fountain, Slgnor Cesaie Orsini (who bears a namo tho council chamber shaped liko a milicherished by Italian patriots) opened in tary tent, tho library, tho salon of tho Empress Josephine, with tho bedroom attlio Via Nngio nt Rome "a Columbian tached, aro in a fair stato of preservaexposition" of models in clay und plaster, intended to represent nil tho possible tion. MnlimiUou park has already been and impoeslblo phases of tho career of cut up for building lots, and several Columbus. No artist appears to liavo small houses with gardens now exist on dealt with Columbus in his cradlo, or tho property. Tho plnco was purchased in Septemwith Columbus at tho inarriago altar, but Slgnor Macaghani contributes an ber, 1708, by Josephine, for 0,400 paid alarming imago of an angel whisking partly out of her- murriago portion and partly out of tho military allowanco of off to h oavc n tho soul of tho dying navigator, and Kignor Uuilianotti an aston- her husband, then General Bonaparte. ished imago of Columbus catching his When First Consul Napoleon spent his first glimpse of tho Now World. Nino leisure hours at Mnlmaifon, and in tho nt least of theso works of art nro intend- oarly days of tho First Empire, tho place ed, ns our Roman correspondent in- was for Josephine what tlio Petit Train-o- n was for Mario Antoinette an ngree-nbl- o formed us, to decorate tho Capitol at change from palatial splendor. AfWashington. It is to bo hoped no timo will bo lost by tho nrtistio nnd rcsthetio ter tho death of Josephine, in May, 1814, members of tho senate und the house in Malmaison hud no occupants of note unpreparing to receive this worshipful emi- til Nnjioleon returned thero for a fow gration with tho wholo forco, if neces- days beforo Ills last exilo. Priuco Eugeuo do Bcnuhuronis looked sary, of marines nnd artillery nt tho disNow after tho property during his lifetime, posal of tho federal government. but iu 11)20 liis heirs sold it to n Swedish York Sun. banker. Iu 1811 Queen Maria Christina What To Save, of Spain bought it and sold it in 1801 for And how to savo it, nro subjects which to tho Emperor Napoleon III, interest nil prudent housewives. This who mndo n present of it to tho stnto. information is given in "Ayer's Homo Under tho third republic Malmaison Economies," containing Ono Hundred has been neglected and allowed to lapso Kecipes for using odds nnd ends from ta- into its presont deplorublo condition. It was sold to private persons nnd now ble and market. It is a book especially nwnita other owners. Loudon Televaluable to young housekeepers, nnd graph. will afford many now ami useful hints Tlio laws of health aro taught in tho oven (o thoso moro experienced. "Ayer's schools; but not in a way to bo of much Homo Economies" mailed to any stamp, by Dr. practical benefit nnd nro never illustrated on receipt of by living oxninples, which in ninny cases C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. J. might easily bo done. Ifsomo scholar Clirlitmn Miimmura. who has just contracted n cold was Among other quaint customs still ex- brought beforo tho school so that all tant nro thoso of tho "mummers" and muinmings nt Christmas, nil common could hear tho dry, loud cough nnd know in Oxfordshire, England. Sonio wear its significance; boo thu thin whito coatmasks, some black their faces and others ing on tho tonguo nnd later, ns tho cold dress fantastically. Thoy go about sing- doveloped, see tho profuso watery expecing: toration and thin watery discharge from A merry Christians nnd a huppy New Year, tho nose, not one of them would ever money uiul jour cellars full of Your forget what tho iirst symptoms cf a cold full of beer. But this is tho convivial sido. At this were. Tho scholar should then bo given timo tho following apparently sensoless Chamberlain's Cough Remedy freely, lines nro sung by tho yeoman of Somer- that all might see that even a severe cold setshire: could bo cured in ono or two days, or at Hero coines I, llddlo mnn Jnn, least greatly mitigated, when properly With my 7."rd In my haul lCyoinlon'l r.llilo treated as soon ns tho first symptoms apAsjimba told liy I. pear. Tliis remedy is famous for its cures I'll zeml j iiu nil to York of coughs, colds and croup. It is mndo Yor (o lanku upi'l" plo. especially for theso diseases and Is the For instance, Mrs. Chas. llogeni, of Uay most prompt ami most reliable medicine City, Mich., accidently spilled scalding known for tho puroso. 25 unit 50 cent water over her littlo boy. She promptly Do Witt's Witch Hnzol Salve, bottles for sale by A. R. Fisher. applied giving instant relief. It'sn wonderfully good salvo for burns, bruises, Bores, nnd An Anrliorltu III Diirimco Vile. a sure euro for piles. Short it Hay ties Hermits tire generally supposed to Iw Clovcrport nnd lieard.A Heeler, llitrdlns holy men who spend their lives fur from burg, Ky tho madding crowd, occupying themselves in works of prayer nnd meditaA Clieuii Hot Luncheon. Tho innovation mado recently nt the tion on tho vanity of tlio world. Jean Business Woman's exchango of having Galade, uu anchorite of tho Nineteenth hot soup nnd luncheon sorved to tho century, who has been arrested near numerous patrons is proving a very sat- Porpignun, can hardly bo classed among isfactory entorpriso. For tho Bimplosum tho disciples of St. Anthony, or of any of two cents it hot noonday lunch is fur- other pious tenant of tlio Thcbuid. content-platlv- o nished tho tired working girls, nnd Whilo supposed to bo leading a life ho was going about tho to tho exthough no rovenuo accrues country stealing llko a gypsy. Ills depchango tho directors feel moro than by tho comfort givon to tho patrons. redations having been brought to tho notico of tho proper authorities, tho New Orleans Picayune gendarmes wero sent out nfter Jean, nnd ho was cupt tired ut St. Paul. Tho Dr. Halo' Household Ointment gyves were promptly placed upon his Is tho finest remedy in tho world. It wrists, nml ho was marched between absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neu- two stern faced men to tho prison of ralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles llko Prades, where ho will remain in real mngic. Cures salt rheum in the most seclusion from tho world for it considsoothing manner. Cures inllamed nnd erable period. Paris Cor. London TeleGranulated Eyelids, Cures Coughs nnd graph. Colds. Can bo taken internally. A posiFor pain In the stomach, colic ami tive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstand- cholera morbus thero is nothing better ing, Corns nml bunions nro cured quickly; dlHercnt from nil olso; suporior to nil than Cliatnborlain's colic, cholera nml c. nml 50c. boxes. dlarrh'cn remedy, For salo by A. II. else; it has no equal. sizo chiapest, Sold nt Short & Fisher. 1 lay lies' drug store d Inteniiitloiiul Coi)rl;lit In Ituly. It ii to bo hoped that tho international Tratirylni In Further efforts nro being mndo to "Hold up your right linnd nnd bo sworn," said Sqniro Tyrrell, nddressing Hector, n largo mastiff, iu court iu Cincinnati. Tito dog hud been summoned ns a witness, nml in compliance with tho magistrate's demand Hector held up his right forepuw und commenced barking. Tho cuse was ono in which Dr. Buck proved to tho court that Hector and Dano, another lnrgo dog,- - belonged to him. Tito two hud strayed away, and August Schmclt, a saloon keeper, got possession of them und would not give them back to tho owner. Dr. Buck had taught tho animals certain tricks, ono of which was to imitato a witness giving testimony, and ho gavo the magistrate a list of questions. "Whero's your master?" asked tho court of Rector. Tlio dog went to tlio rear part of tho room and picked out Dr. Buck from a largo crowd of spectators. The samo question was naked of Dane, nnd he went through tho sumo performance. "Whero's Dune?" was asked of ncctor. Tho dog looked ut Dano and barked. "Whero's Hector?" wus asked of Dano. Tho latter looked at Hector and barked. Tho two mastiffs wero given to Dr. Buck. Cor. Philadelphia Record. Court. GO TO C. W. STONE'S STORE Men'j Hoots at $2.76 (o $1.50 noya' lluoti at 1 65 to 00 cti. 1.00 to Fhawla 50 6 0 to Print " SO to .15 " Men'a ihlrts " Oilier thlngi correspondingly cheap. Will exchange good for butler, egg, huttier, hldet, dried fruit, chickens, etc. C. W. STINK Tea miles South of Cloverport on the Bowling Green road, and get WHEN YOU go to Hnrdinsburg call on It. K. Mnttingly for tho best wines nnd liquors, A SCHOONER of beer and lunch nil for fi R. I MATTINGLY'S, HARDINSBUnG, KY. cents nt m lUi FURNISHED Ul 11V Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho Best Snlvo in tho world for Cubs, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers,Snlt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns and nil Skin Eruptions, nnd positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, Price 25 cents per or money refunded. For salo by Short & Hnynes, box. druggistd. Hurled In IIU Oun Collin. The Into Earl of Essex wus buried in a coffin of oak designed twelve years ago by tho deceased nobleman himself, who was n prominent member of tho Funeral Reform association. It had what is called "open trellis work" around it nnd wus tilled with choice herbs nnd evergreens. Thero have "been many pooplo of recont years, some of them prominent in other ways, who huvo hud their coffins mado to order long beforo tho approach of death. Maybe tho originator of tho fashion was Lord Nelson, who used to keep standing upright in tho cabin of tho Victory a coflin that an admirer had presented to him ono birthday anniversary, and iu this coflin his lordship's remains wore at last put to rest. Philadelphia Bulletin. Small in size, great in results: Do Wilt's Littlo Early Risers. Best pills fur Constipation, best for Sick Headache, best for Sour Stomach. They never gripo. Short & Hnynes, Cloverport, nnd Beard it Reel, er, Ilnrdinsburg, Ky. Len.G. Herndon & Co., General Produce and Commission Merchants and General Storage. H. W. HERNDON, Manager; llellnblo and prompt. Caih with every account lale. Consignments solicited. LOUISVILLE. KY., Nov. 29, 1892. Shipper should mark all paoVa-e- s plainly, e with shipper's name nnd address. UUTTEH. 1C Choice, country 18 , .Medium 12 M15 Common .. 11 M 12U Creamery 26 l&2d post-offic- KUUS. Fresh rOULTKY. Old Hen 20 per lb Koosters: Springer FBATHKitrJ. , I'rlme, whito gorso Mixed Old 6 to 7 : to 4 6 to 8 No. 1. duck HIDES. , 48 49 25 M 38 25 64 35 25(3)40 $H Oreen.jrood goou Dry flint, gm.d 'Sheep skins.....1 uty auu, X .'..... WOOL. J. W. JARRETT, U.S. Claim &. Pension Agent Tub washed 30 32 , Oieaso, fine 22(i)25 (Ire.ne, coarse 20 (u 21 Merino 15 18 Hurry and 18 IJ HAY, (1KA1N, FEED. We quoto price on Loulivlllo city wharf: OATS, No, 2 onti 34 33 HAY. trlytlcSchoIco 1200(6) 1.1 00 Choice No. 2 II 00 (1200 (lood Medium 9 00 m 10 00 Good UrlgbttStruvr 5 50 4 60 s y STEPHENSPORT, KY. Louisville, St Louis & OOKN. Choice whito Choice thelled ,..., & 51 (ft 53 50 ($ 62 Texas R R. Co. LouisYi'le.Hardinsburg TAKING lijlly KFl-'KC- Western R, R, L'i) TIME SCHEDULE Tuktnir i:rfuct At 5:00 o'clck A. H. Wednexd&T It'ttl Hound Train Mail it Bxpr'i KxprU M 3STO. 18. No. 2 TIME TABLE. JULY STATIONS. 1891. West Hound Trains ex Sun. ex Sun. No.S N. 1 I210iii 122-12 42 Kant Hound Train I Juh 29. 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