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I THE0P01E ruiutHio my WlMrrffOP. 5 V K - 1 AM. eorTNIOHT.1.t.Br UNIt.O bfbcial IT.". BOOK COM. a.aanqihint AMY, with th.m. Highest Grades Kit win Ilriithcrtnfl, heir ton manor TAUT dii the lltidmm, I. left an orphan wllli the iii.mnr heavily innftiraced tci Ihc lllllou eel lie. lie ( CIIA1'-Tli- lt tn New York citv In eck hi. riutune. IV June lllllop, llie II lloi lulrcjn, r;iln The llrotlicrtol't. an Interview with ynunj; Illlli'ii niul llnithertnft fortune, nre unl'eil by goe. on n iotuiil.il tn.irrl.iKC. Vt llrothcrtnft niL.Inn tn Kngtand. Mr.. Ilrothertofl .ncciiniha lllrlh nl u tn ntiL'lonunla unit lonj; for n title daughter, I.lirv, nmt return home. VII The (iccuinc the rc.ott ol icdroatt, mnnor hmnte Itrnthcrtnlt I. at List exiled by wife mid daughter lie join, the patriot. I'AHT II Major Peter Skcrrcll, nld In den-erWashington, nrrltes nt General I'utii.iin'A 1 OK Roller Process Roller Process Com :MZea,l Bran, .ShipstufE and Aniple capital, tho host quality Skcrrctt volunteer, to leaJ u party tn "Cut nut" Captain Kerr, a rcilcn.it, wlm Inn Kne.t nt llrnthcrtnlt manor. IV Kilwln known a. her;ciint Lincoln, Is umonir Skerr.tt's men. A .erviuil from the nmnnr, Volt.ilrc. Iirlntf. new. tnciinip. V Mr. tliut l.ucy .hull marry Captain Kerr. VI Lucy Uiinxlnu. to ckiioc. VII Skcrrctt take. Vmtalre Inln the plot to capture Kerr nmt rcKiie Lucv. VIII Jlcrck Hewitt n ' old mannr hanil, u Skerrett' trulile. 111 Itroth-crto- p.ttl lot camp atl'i.hklll.oii-the.llinl.iin- . CI I AC-I'H- ft. PART.TW0-0I1APT- ER VII. 4 L- of grain, and modorn machinery, skillfully handled enable us to results unsurpassed. Ordora promptly filled and ful attention given to CUSTOM WORK. carepro-duc- o ' iVniP, listen, Vnltnlre!" I "Aftor this history, want a littlo to- For any further information call on or address tho IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. WE AKE WIUHK THE FIELDS pography," said Slccrrott. "Can yon sketch me n grountl plan of tho house?" That skeleton Drothortof t could draw without much fueling. Tho house, an it stood, comploto in tho' background of inoinory, ho would not .allow himself to recall. Its walls and furniture wero to him tho uusliif ted scenes and propertit t of a tragedy. If ho jminted them liefotc his mind's eyo an ovil omened (iguro of n woman would step from behind tho curtain, threatening some final horror to closo tho drama of their lives. "This wing to tho right," Skcrrett said, "seems an addition." "It was built by tho present proprietress," coldly rejoined tho former heir. "Stables hero!" continued tho major, tracing tho plan. "Dining room windows open toward them. 81irubbory hero, not too far oft" for an ambush Now, Voltairo, if wo could got Major Kerr alone in that dining room in tho dusk of tho evening tomorrow I could walk him off oasily." "Ho!" exclaims tho butler. "That's all settled beforehand." "Kerr sometimes makes Iato sittings thcro, then? I fancied I knew his hab- OF SUCCESS. If you should visit Brandenburg, Ky., you will be surprised and can't imagine why our store is always full of customers. If you should investigate by looking through our stock and sco how well cquiped each department is, prico tho goods, then tho mystery will ( be solved. "We have tho assortment, styles and pricos to pleaso everyone Tho most attractive department is tho CLOAK.- its." "flo's a poor hand at courtin," says Voltairo, with contempt. "Ladies likes dowotion that's my 'sperienco. He's only dowotod to lillin hisself full of wlno." "A two bottle man?" "Every day, when tho ladies leavo table, ho rubs his hands" Voltairo imitates "and says. 'Now thon, old boy, fresh bottle! Yellow Seal! Don't shako him!' Ho drinks that protty slow and gives mo a glass and says, 'Woolly head, we'll drink my pretty Lucy. Lucky Korr's pretty brido!'" , Peter Skerrett hero looked ferocious. "Then," continued tho oMfellow;-"hdrops oft asleep at tho table till four o'clock, Thon ho wakes up, sour, and sings out" Voltairo imitatos " 'Hullo, you dam nigger! Ldok sharp! Another bottlo! If you shake him I'll cut your black heart out.' IJo drinks him, uiur thon liymouy ho says, 'Olo fell shinoro wido, olo fol. Tuther boddlo dow! I ashkitsnussonle fuv,or, olo foil' Then ho Bings a littlo and gbts.generally accel-o .DEPARTMENT i i t ... 4 It's '& filled with a big lot of samples Garments made in tho 1892 styles, No two aliko. Will shock you with Don't hesitate, tho low prices. at onco. como Geo. Yeakel tu iiapi. iptnuiiu & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. r ar.ir ' 4f lui WAYNE'S .v.w.v.h. OINTMENT, .iwm .. iiwfiu .r- - mmi B Yy' "I would rather havo him slowed than accelerated," says Poter. "Oho!" grinned tho butler and whispered to himsplf, "If tho major thinks ho ought to bo stupid tipsy for tho good of tho cause and Miss Lucy, I can deteriorate him'iuto his Madeira wit Ii a littlo droji of our Fiench Gutterdo Rosy brandy. Thatwil tako tho starch out of his legs and make him easy to handle But that is mv business. I won't tell nobody my secrets. The pantry and 1 must keep dark." "I cannot help a grain of compunction in this matter," Bkenelt said. ' A gentleman does not liko to interfere in another man's courtship." "Do yon call thta plot of a coarsq man with an tiiiino lioily 'woman by tho fair uamo of courtship?" Drothurtoft said. "No. And fortunately the lady has no illusions. I shonl 1 not liko to bo tho ono to tell Beauty hIim had loved Beast. But this Beauty, it seems, Iuih kept her heart too pure to havo lost her flue maidenly instinct of aversion to a blackguard. Well, no more metaphysics! Scruples bo haug6d! Korr don't denorvo to bo treated liko a gentleman, England should havo kept such follows at homo, if she wanted us to beliovo good manners wero possiblo under a mono archy. Now, thon, Mr. Brothortof t, I do not get myself 'hanged us o:m espy,' mid tako my pritoner, does his capturo protect your daughter enough!" "I could wish, if it wore possiblo, to havo her with ino honcoforth." "Wo must make it possible, though it complicates matters. I could rush in, snatch Kerr and lo off. Tho blow would bo struck, tho onemy annoyed, our pcoplo amused; but in a fortnight Clinton would offer some Yankee major and n braco of captains to boot for his adjutant, tho honorable, etc. Then ho would go down and play Beast to Beauty sup-pos- erated." P'KSCV kiwi!, kOM, A&.UlTl.f ItW'PV' ,IUkll.r,hlliLdlna!lk (Itu, ml bji Ml Vf mw, fkllUi'Lii, B.ll l.r U !. AM Pi. lih ii uu).i In a again." r. jir "Savo my daughter, onco for ull; if it can bo done." "I'll try. Now, Voltaire, listen." tinued. So all threo know, and shuddered tn think. "I will walk a littlo way wih my friend," said Brothcrtoft; "1 havo a moro hopeful message now to Bend to my dear child." Poter watched tho two contrasted figures until thoy disappeared in tho glow of tho many colored forest. .."Lovely old gentleman!" ho thought. "Lucky for my plans you do live J'UUISWLLE'S GREATEST CLOTHING HOUSE ntl Ismall," Hkerrott said. "Never mind "Yes; 'lovely' is tho word. My first en1 your family pride. Namo tho house- counter with a broken heart. It has Km Wmm W 1 ? present in temporary minrtors. 321 West Market. Imtnoxt A will SGiJ--- -' stopjied my gleo for a long ti.no to come. hold." imcK m ino out comer, , Third I havo felt tears in iny eyes all tho you'll become A "Mo and Sappho and Plato, all patMarket, where this new wilding whilo, and only kept them down by talkJLL 1V1 riots! Jierck Dowitt's wife and her sispermanent custo-- J ter, Sally Bilsby, both Tories that is, ing low comedy witli tho serlo comic inor at Levy's. If you begin now you get tho ndvantngo of the low prices on everything,! gals that likes redcoats more than is black personage. Can a broken heart bo mended? That is always woman's good for 'em." "Could you manago to havo tho girls work, I Biipposo. In this case, too, woin-n- n broko, woman must repair. Tho out of tho way tomorrow evening?'' new oustomors. Once a customer, always a customer is true of you with Levy's Order by' "Easy enough. They'll bo glad to daughter must mako over what tho ...... u, wife spoiled. Sho shall bo saved for oniu casn ; h win do reiimuetl in all cases if goods aro not entirely Batie- got nway for a frolic." mvmi . ivuii t cosi iv rem to try ; you certainly nave nionoy. "Any horj-e- in your stable, Voltaire?" his sako and her own, even if I So try "Six all out of that Harriet Heriot como out of tho business an amputated torso. I don't quite comprehend maro stock. You remember, Master pcoplo that cannot help themselves. But Edwin." hero 1 seo the fact there aro such. And Edwin Brothcrtoft did sadly rememI supposo exuberant chaps, like myself, tho lato old Sam Galsworthy's genber erous offer. Ho remoinbenxl Sadly that hro put in tl.o" world to help them. 1 ride, so many years ago, and how tho wonder whether any woman will break Bwoot-south- ' winds, laden with tho rustle my heart! I wonder whctherMiss Lucy tropic palms mot him with fair liked nny of our follows,vnnd lmd a hero of oineu all! long ngo, when faith was In her oyu to inako Kerr look moro caitiff than ho is. Could not bo Scram, blind and hope was young. o "Six whito horses," Voltairo contin- inel ho is a sneak. Could not lw ho Is too dyspeptic. Nor Humued; "tho four carriage horses, madam's horse and Miss Lucy's maro you ought phreystoo pompous. Nor Livingston ho is not sentimental enough. Nor back to Fishkill, wroto a farewell to to soo Miss Lucy on her." Iko touched his cocked hat it was his Perhaps I shnll. Tell Plato to glvo Skerrett him sho has never seen nnd his stepbrother and his mother and only bit of uniform and squared shoulwill sco with his mustache off. Ah! tho scratched a few irrepressible lines to tho maro another oat tomorrow! Her chief was right when ho told mo I should Washington, such as tho hero Joved to ders to bo looked at. , mistress may want a canter in tho Ho was a lank porsonngo, of shrewd put my foot into some adventure up hore. get from his boys and valued much Voltairer but rather sanctimonious visage. War And now the thing is started I must set moro than tho lumbering dispatches Grin in response marked official. Tho dispatches only made him a scout. Fate appointed him it moving.' "Tell Miss Brothortoft, with her 1 Ho walkctl toward Jiorck Dowitt, still announced facts, good or bad. The ono prong of Mijor Andre's bootjack. best love," Skerrot resumed, "that brisk, gallant notes revealed spirits But elder and chorister were written on ho will bo on tho lawn by tho dining on guard at the gate. His relief was his face, nnd ho died elder and chorister room window tomorrow evening nt nine just coining up and tho sentry wns at which black facts could not darken nor of tho Piist Presbyterian Church of heavy facts depress. "So long as I have liberty. o'clock, waiting for her to ride with him "Did you ku )w those two men I was lads liko Peter Skerrett," thought our Greenburg, in Westchester. to Fishkill. Tell her to bo brave, pru"ltight about face, Ike!" says Jierck. dent, nnd keep out of sight with a head-ncli- talking with by tho well, Jierck!" Peter Georgo, by tho grace of God Pater "Forrud march, old H.un Galsworthy! when ho received this note, a fortasked. until she is called to start. And "Yes, sir; Sergeant Lincoln nnd Lady night after that battle He's grit, if grit grows. His only fault you, Voltairo; as you lovo her, bo cauis he's too good natured to live." I'd liko to of Gennantown, "whilo I have such lads Brothcrtoft's factotum. tious, bo secret and bo wido awako!" Old Sam stood forward and laughed. know what old Voltairo wanted here." with me, I can leavo my red paint in my At "bo cautious" tho old fellow winkAs ho laughed tho last button flow off Baddlo bags with my Tuscaiora gram"He docs not it cognize tho ed elaborately. At "bo secret" ho his uniform coat. It was much too lean Skerrett thought. "Then no mar." locked all four eyelids tight. At "bo a coat for 0110 of his iucieasiug diam"Now," thought Peter, "1 have mado wido awake" snap! eyelids flung open, one will. Jlerck's eyes always saw a eter, and tho exit of that final button 1 and wliito of eye enough appeared to littlo lighter in tho dark and n little my will and written my dispatch, steadier in a glare than the next man's. must proceed to change l lyself into n had long been merely 11 question of time. dazzlo a sharpshooter. "Bight ubout face, Sam!" says the Sorrow must have clapped a thick mask redcoat." "Now, listen, Voltairo!" "Forrud march, llenclreeus Ho unpacked a British sergeant's union my friend's face." 0 Mouth agapo again, as if ho had n Ho peaked, major. IW "I supposo yon know tho Brothertoft form, which ho had carried, if disguise Canady! a root looks Injun doctor, andIlis tympanum at each tonsil. aud he father's 11 "Look at mo carofully!" continues manor country and the manor house should bo needed in his lato solitary novor had much but pills to eat until he journey. thoroughly, Jierck," the major said. Peter. 4"There is a garment," said lie. hold- ran off and joined tho army. But I "Know the manor, sir! should Pan shut and eyes a la saucer. stump the whole thirteen to show me a CO. "Do you think you would know mo think so. I began witli chasing tumble- - ing up tho coat with an air of rohpoct, wirier boy or a longer head. He'll bo bugs and crickets over it, and studied it "whoso pockets havo felt tho king's disguised in a red coat?" in congress before ho says 'Die' through Part opened to oxplodo," "Certain sure; inch by incn.. Then I trailed black shilling. But thy pockets, old buff anil that nose of his 11. makes and r.iii rabbits, and got to know bine!" ho stripped off his own coat sir!" Heudrccus Canady in turn toed the "And without my mustache?" tho ma- It rod by rod. I've lishcd in every "never know bullion, though often mark for inspection. brook niii dumb every nut tree and stuffed with Continental paper at a jor asked. "Now, boys," said Skerrett, "1 like the pound avoirdupois." Ho gave that feature a tondor twirl. poked into every woodcock swamp or 1 like what Captain partridge brm-- ltom end to end of it. 1 His weather beaten scarlets were your looks, nnd His lingers wrapped tho fuir tendrils Jierck says of you. You know what know it, woodland and clearing, sido much too small for tho tall champion. lovingly around them. we've got to do, aud know it must bo "Must it go?" ho siglied. "0 chival-ry- ! hill and swale, fields that grow stun and By spasm aud pnuso, and spasm again, done. You'll travel, scattering, accordfields that glow corn. I've run horses however, ho managed to bipieezo into O liberty! O my country! what Of all discriptions. ing to Jierclc's orders, and rendezvous over it, wliuro hoites is to inn nnd them at last. sacrifices you demand!" before moonriso nt his father's barn on Then ho took Mrs. Birdsell's littlo Voltaire was sure that ho would know that's not much, for its awful humpy country, and bowlders won't stay put cquilatoral triangle of mirror, threo tho manor. Sergeant Lincoln goes with tho horo oven with nn emasculated lip. mo. Jierck will namo a place where "Well, about eight tomorrow evening, anywheres. Deer, toi there nin't many inches to a side, and holding it off at ho'll moot mo nt suiiri.se. Wo bliall havo pieces of woods on it where I haven't arm's length surveyed himself by secwhen Major Kerr is 'accelerated' witli nil day tomorrow to seo how the laud 0 his second bottle, I shall knock at your routed out deers, and when thoy legged tions. for tho Highlands I legged too, and "Tho colordou't suit my complexion," lies and tho night to do our job in. loyal door mustacho off and red coat Now, then, shako hands around and go on and nsk a night's lodging for n be- como to know tho Highlands just as ho said, viewing his head and neck. uhead!" I used to lovo, when I wns a boy. "Tho coat will not button over my manwell. nighted British sergeant." "You shiill havo it," soya tho major to go along on the heights above tho ly chest, aud I shall havo to mako it fast PART THREE, river, anil p" k out places where I was with a lanyard" hero ho took a view of domo, with a grand seigneur manner. going to live; but I bha'n't live in any of tho rib region. "Tho tails aro simply "Nothing but npplojnpk or Jersoy CHAPTER I. champaguo has passed theso lips since 'em now. What does a man care about ridiculous" ho twisted about to bring home, or living at all, when his woman the glass to bear upon them. "In short" You will natwo lost tho Brnndywine. and ho ran tho bit of mirror up and urally give ino my bottle of Yellow Seal isn't true?" Major Skerrett did not interrupt this down "1 am a scarecrow, and my bite of supper in tho dining OLOVERPORT, KY. burst of remembrances. "Jierck suffers Liberty horsc'lf would not know mo. room with tho major." ns much in his way," he thought, "as Pretty costume to go and sco a lady in! "Oh!" cried Voltairo, with sudden "And tliu house," ho Confound women! Why will wives panic. "Don't risk it! Major Kerr's tho break husbands' hearts? Why will girls long and awful sharp, said, "you know that as thoroughly?" got a sword awful "Ay, from garret to cellar. My fagrow up beauties and heiresses aud bennd two pistols, with gold handles, plum CSM2-U iS42--B3come baits for brutes? A'.i, Miss Lucy full of bullets. Every day wlien ho ther, Squire Dowitt, has been in England, and ho says it's moro liko an Eng You do not know what an drinks he puts 'em on tho sitlebourd, an lish house than any he knows, in small. Brothertoft!rig inglorious Peter Skerrett is submit ho say: 'Lookerheeyar, olo darky. 'Sjwso - Aw,; Mil .It" l i says I. Tho colting to for your sake. And tho worst is dam rebble cum. I stick him so, an 1 Prom garret to cellar, ! pretty well. 1 to como. Alas, tho worst must como!" M'-'shoot him so.' Don't rcsk it, Mas'r lar I ought to know " dodged in there onco when I was a loy Ho hoisted tho looking glass and gazed Skerrett!" hour-o- , and got into for a moment irresolutely at his face. (Ancient servitor, suppress thy terror Imaging 'round tho fl' '11' the wiucrouiu and drank htuff that There, in its accustomed place, sat the nnd thy Tombigbeo together!) my taste "Slip off with tho weapons and hide canio near It had. They for rum for- mustacho, blond in color, heroic in curl, picket und wire I'or to the caught mo underscoring his firm nose, pointing and ever. I wish 'em in your bed," saystlio major. rcuily Ml liitlir hv any Inr Nut oii-lli-i- l and tho madum had mo whipped till tho adorning the handsome visago. .mil perfect work, forty tii ilty rml niMJ, "In iny bed?" says Voltaire, in good blood come. Mr. Brothcrtoft tried to ;i il.i) cun le wmen tS-- Tliu wire for n thric . fni Skerrett gazed, sighed ami was silent. M Continental again. "In our feather iluulile Urand picket fence cm le linuiilit fur g got not to make Nervo liiui, liberty! Stool him, chivto u ceiitu roil, tiiiarantccil In ilvv perfect bed? Supposo Sappho goes to lio down beg off for me. She'd iillif.iriioii, lleference . CltUeim- - National and touches cold iron, won't she tako on much of him by that timo, and tho moro alry! " - "" ll.ink, Muiulielil, Onlo. A Kul ctlc nevnt Ik 11 ho begged tho harder sho had 'cm lay It A hard look crept over his countewuiittil In every county ami towitlilp In llie scollops, high?" United Statet. (ino. I wiikci mid en" work "Tho Kotefis must not bo taught to on mo. But I'm fulkiti off, stiddy as the nance. Will tell onu inuclilnti nt wlinlcilc w lie re Inivu Ho clutched a short blade, jKiiutlcss, no iiiiciit. AIo wire und other fencing material lyre. Givo the tools to North river, and you'vo got something strike a jangling as an edge ut win Illuitrjted circular und term Plato. Set him on guard ut tho dining to say (o me, major, I know by tho way but with a razor. trenchant wit. Kerr flood before the fire vuiklnu a pic- Irte. Aildrcii , It was room door when I como. Tell him ho is you look.' What's up about Brothertoft ture nl hlnikclf. S. H. GARRETT, Slash! Aud ono wing of the mustacho serving a model republic such as his manor?" Breakfast at Brothortoft ou was swept from tho field. l'ateiitce nnd Manufacturer, novor dreamed." ancient naino.-a"There's a British ofllcor staying Behold him, trophy in hand aud mis- tho morning of Putnam's council, and MuiihIIoIiI, Ohio. Brothortoft smiled ut theso classical thoro who has never tasted pork and tho dinner to Clinton wns not n very allusions. Lively talk was encouraging 4eaus. I've promised General Putnam erable that ho has won itj Will resolution carry him through n cheerful meal. Mother anil daughter l:iu ns his junior meant It should. Kerr took his cuo nnd to bring him up hero to dinner." CLARENCE M. GORDON, second assault? Or will he go one sided, wore silent. Neither loresaw what a ghastly misplayed knlfo nnd fork. "Hoorayl that's right. Givo theso Initrticlor In chief was to follow thisarmlug of Plato. militia something to think about, or under one nostril a golden wreath, unLucy left tho room immediately after der tho other bristles for a six mouth? gonoiiil thoy got to beliovo war's liko Shorthand and Slash! The assassination is comploto. breakfast. Typewriting. TER PART VIII. "My pretty Lucysreins to havo tho trnipin day, aud they can cut for homo "It will tako gallons oti gallons of megrims," said Major Korr. "Is that when they get tired. You want volun- this October to put mo in good spirits Alio '.In connection with IIu.Iiikh Collruc.l teers. I'm ono." again,'' says the major as he rode away. on tho curds for a blushing brido?" nnd Arithmitlc. Tho Graham "Sho sighs for tho hour when Adonis )nn-m, "I counted on you for my lioutonant. C.itl;r.ipli ml lleuiii;tiu Tho mellow air, all sweetness, all The only Cnl(:i-lthe Slate Borgennt Lincoln ult-- goes. Now 1 sparklo and nil perfume, flowed up to Bhall uamo 'ier his," replied tho mother, I Kuitmkt 1ml. .mil ly tltlieial ,0 want throo men moro, nnd you shall his lips generously. Ho breathed and with a half sneer. IUtnl)lllilil In iSyl. nnd doting the tint jciir .W I bolievo you the breathed and breathed again of that "Confound it, madam! choose them. Each man must havo grit of a hundred, nnd they must know free tap, mid by the time he reached the are lnughln.-r- . at 1110," the blowsy Adonis l!,1iLtea. One Hundred Sixteen Pupils grumbled. the country as well as they know tho rendezvous wns buoyant ns ever. for Itu If. veri- - enrolled. Tlfla way to breakfast. Namo threo, Jierck!" (To bu Coin i mied ) Tho orderly, Brothcrtoft, was awaits&i We you u a mon at you, v. "That I'll do, bang. There's Ike Van ing htm and sat patient, but no longer i'iuueleut to lidd one. Iteferencec Charli-Wnrt for one. His junto, him and Jack dcsiKiudout, looking through bulky (linltam got his hand slight- Ujrvnie It. Walker, theA, (irnluui and Mr. .lone leading Official Paulding mid Dave Williams, would Highlands as if they were tho moun- ly mashed while coupling ours oil leiitt!rrarii for llie cilv, Wiltc til (..A is tains of a dream. or caiaiofrui i lien, inr iniiiiiiiuiiuii. just make the three. But Jauk lino last W'idut slay. Undid not llildlCM, nubbed und down to York in a prison Jiorck Dowitt and his three were sky- lose any of his Hilgers. M. GORDON, CLARENCE ship. Aud Dave's off on furlough, sow- larking In a pumpkin patch. Twenty Cor. I nuith Ac Market St., ing his father's winter wheat for tho years ago wq saw the same three stradI.OUISV1M.K, KY. cowboys to tromp next summer," dling ami spurring tombstones in tho Only Isaac Van Wart therefore, of Brothortoft manor- - graveyard, tho day Ike touched Mi haU that famous trio, whom tho miiso of lost Patroon's funeral DAKKL BI J.C. 110UUNE, J. M. IIAHPEU, "Now, Voltairo, tho soonor you aro pn traditiou shall fondly uirknaino Major of tho old Van Courtlaudt mado tho day Del when your vrny back to warn nnd comfort Andre's bootblack, joined Skerrett on phlo Apollo of him, nnd foretold,a amid your young lady tho better," Bald Sker- his tiorllous service. general clink of glasses, that marriage BROOKS & CO., rett. "I'm eorry for your shins among of "Iko for 6no," continued Dowitt. of whito promise and black performtho Highlands by night." "Well, Galsworthy, old Sam Gals- ance, "Novor mind my shins," Voltairo worthy, for two. And for throo I don't "Tho child is father of the man;" nnd with a martyr air. "Thoy belong beliovo a better man lives than Ilondro-cu- s tho four boys havo grown up as theii to iny.conntry nnd Miss Lucy." Canady, tho root doctor's son. fathers' children should. Ho passed his hand tenderly along They're ull Brothertoft manor boys, Jierck Dowitt has already shown him their curvilinear edges, as if ho wore built of the best cast stool, and strung solf, CATTLE, HOGS AND SIIEEP. and related why ho is not fully up feeling n.Bcimlter before n blow. Thoy with tho wiriest kind of wire. Shoot wero sadly nicked, poor things! Thoy, bullets int 'cm, stick baggonats into to his mark of mnuliuosH. When ho caught bight of Major SkerLOUISXtt BOURBON STOCK YARDS. would bo lacerated anew as ho bran'em; they don't mind the bullets any dished them at tho briers and smote moro than spltbnlls nt school, nor rett ho dropped u yellow bomb, charged with possiblo with them tho stumps along his twonty tho baggonets moro than witches do was about to pumpkin pies, which he toss at tho head of ono of milo anabasis. pins." his men, nnd inarched tho file up to bu "Farewell, my tnunpof trumi," Baid "Well, Jierck, bnvo thorn hero in an reviewed by Its lendor. tho major. "Remomber; bo cautious, bo hour. 1 wll join you and talk tho trip "Number ono is Iko Van Wnrt, Major," secret, bo wido awako." over, nnd we will bo ready to start nt Bays Jierck. "His eyes are peeled, if Same pantomime us before in reply. "If Mrs. Brothertoft suspects any Bunsot." found himself ahorse, trotted there's any eyes got their bark off In tho SJrerretty whole thirteen." Which ho opened his mouth to do. "What people besides tho two ladies nnd Major Kerr will bo at your house tomorrow evening tho servants 1 mean!" "Oh! wo llvo smnll at tho manor now ridiculous small. It's war times now. Rents isn't paid. When wo wnnt a proier lot of servants wo takes clodhoji-pers.- " thing there will bo tragedy," Peter con- pgsgsggaagEigiMiaEg , ,PPPra - VW Vr-nr- ! built.OWlVl ""IQArTTnpTAfT? 11 Ut Cr'tADVERTISING-,,t,2i- : s -- Ita-dier- mmmimmm$ oven-ing-oli- FORXMAS I COAL VASES, Pa-trii- o CARVERS, KNIVES I FORKS, P I PLAITED WARE, CHILDREN'S SETS, GUNS 0 1 il AMMUNITION thtti cap-a-pi- 'ff'M r, PAYNE a4SS & CO.' S m ?; f Uivi The Garrett Fence Machine. pt . iiW rtrB; -. 1 TWO-CHAP- '. 11 Tvh--writcr- r. 1. nt-iil- k-- I litii-illo- lift-nin-e tin-sho- "iwQLflgi. The Superior MEDICINE for all forms blood disease, Srfiffll BOURNE, HARPER, AyeR's Sarsaparilla the health restorer, and health maintainor. will cure '"V Commission Salesmen of Live Sti L 1 Cures Others you. Job Printing - Ht J - Jgiik dji rf J fV:, e' r v i?" ." "fejtak; 'Mf. I THE BRROKRNRIDGB NEWS, GLOYERPORT, 1ECKENRIDGE KY. NEWS. APPLICANTS FOR OFFICE. As the time for seating tho new Demoapproaches tho cratic Administration thirst for ofllco among Democrats increases. This is probably natural and just. Thcro seems to be a lull in the camp just now, but later on it is likely to begin afresh and tho pleas will bo mighty and vastly numerous. Touching this matter of securing office under tho Administration, thcro has been a suggestion that instead of tho applicants securing their endorsement by petition thcro should be an election in every district, town or city, and let the applicants run before tho people. The proposition is so Inconsidentto however, as to havo received .no public sanction. We have elections enough most assuredly, and one of the principal features in our new Constitution is to lessen the number of elections. It is tho sentiment of tho pcoplo everywhere that the fewer elections we havo tho better it is for tho country. But thcro is 'no objection to a man applying for n public office. If his principles coincido with the party in power let him drive in. Upon this there is no constitutional inhibition. But let him at the same time be capahlo and honest. The looso way in which petitions of applicants havo been endorsed by men in public and private stations, seems now to have brought tho system to a rather uncertain standard as to n persons chances for K'curing a lucrative npointment. Petitions of applicants for public ofllco aro signed often carelessly and indiscriminately by everybody. It doesn't seem to require much cfibrt for nn applicant to get up a good, well worded petition, numerously signed, but after this is done he is not certain about securing tho ofllco ho wants. For there nre generally so many fellows after the saino place, and with petitions so largely signed that none of them can calculate what their chances arc. This has been the case for years and is likely to remain so. Hut after all it appears to bo tho best method we have now. And it can be made more effective by a little closer scrutiny. The men who make these applications should be known to be capable and of the strictest integrity. No member of Congress or any one flftc who occupies a resonsible public position should sign the petition of an applicant iiiiIcks he is personally known to him to be worthy. This would not bo popular but it would be husinchs. Bring the matter down to n business transaction for that is what it really is, but don't talk about any more elections. We are not so aw full) concerned down lii'rv as to who will be Speaker of the Kifty-thir- d Congress, but we would like to know what the Kentucky legislature is HAROINSBURG DEPARTMENT, L, H. &. Her. Dr. J. B. Cottrell. fKSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1802. . VIRGIL O. HADDAGB, Editors and Proprietor!. 10,01 Express joint; East " " Wait -- 10.14 " kt 111......... 9.91 Weil - 9.48 11.19 gat " East " Wait -- 10.0S .V.ScT. Local Time Card. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. .m. a.m. uour tmitr eJtanurd alitant ait the old Alwayt give pott- In new addrett. If and tlnle. If your paper u not . nod IE OF ADDRESS. men ordering iuo trrcl lo jet the name on lAe wf tlarted hefort you trrite a complaint, erf nuen crowded now. orort to mat yovr reneitatt in time. r direction tag and tee uien your ml- ptret. The next txx inontht wilt bejuii and you $ ould not mtilit tingle enpy nd u an order for new tulteriler iKKUiitinniuuti jtuna. at teatt a week in adtanet to mate wilt Vnl iot tale a week in every initanee ; at toon at potnltte. the label on your paper. If your liplred please renew. It you do not Paper please droy us a poital card to Don't let the paper run on for three bths and then lay you did not order It, r to pay for It. one within the U our beloved little city, is an Fifact to all tho older citizens; that tr has been a very prosperous one svident to tlioso who havo only Vct during the last twelve months. and prominent on every side arc prints of progress and prosperity, evidences of the rapid strides we sdo stare us in the fnco whichever may turn. Fince the boginingof vo have added two large brick la planing mill and a steam lnun-fc- o brick business houses have been 1,'whcre were only ugly vacant lots; than one hundred new dwellings cen crccted.cnlargedand repaired, r population has increased more lone third, more strangers have us than ever before, in the same i of time, and ourinerchnntilehusi- pas greatly increased. Where tho iys of 'VI, saw uncoutli commons luddy fields, the same period of '!2 eat piles of brick and morter, fine fees and happy cottage liomes; Irana thistle n"dded in the hrrere, lie fox dug his hulr unscjred,'' ' most prosperous CLOVEM'OllT. Iio year lust now expiring has Ihave large mnnufacturingchtub- is, and the hum of machinery, 'at rolls of black smoke, the liisfi- steatn and the screams of whistles 'that we are no longer a country Te have graded and graveled our laid hundreds of feet of brick :and, thank Uod, the good work 3on Truly may we nil feel proud ogress of the year! But by what buld we be guided in '0.1? There )ut one answer progrtu. IaiI us ler and Btrive to hit the mark; vork together and pull together ktho ensuing year still a more pus period in our history. Let Xy put his shoulder to the wheel and tiiere is no doubt but what i will bo lifted out of tho mire. Iwith the street improvements IfTicnts until there is not a mudy kin the city, and for the Kike of pul ourown good name, lets light fitbankrupts tho universe. The Its of Cloverport are a burning they don't bum, and 'Cioverporter lias been "born W unseen" for shame when he Jio remarks made by strangers who lie town on the night trains or fit in thought by many of our citi- it wo aro robbing hell of her heat sing natural gas, but the stranger in st is inclined to the opinion that pilfered Egypt of her darkness, wh dark as Cloverport," is the ex- that is fast depriving the ancient "yfyu l'haraohs of the honors she jng worn. Fns of Cloverport, we cannot af- ' bo laughed at for anything, or be Ihohut of any disreputable remark er. Wo aro a progressive little i many respects, and it should be lire of every citizen that a good hn- bo made on all strangers who Eithin our gates. This cannot be o continue to shroud ourselves less. What aro wo going to do doing at Frankfort. Tup. members of the committee on Cleveland's Inaugural Ceremonies, in Washington have agreed todimigree, and twenty of them have n signed. at Indianapolis on Harrison will practice law returning from the White House. I'liKMiiuisT Skxatok Brice is coufideut that the Democrats will have a clear majority in the next Senate. Cattarrh Cannot Be Cured with Local Applications, as they cannot reach tho scat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take interna, remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrah Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years, and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with tho best biood purifiers, acting directly on tho mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. K. J. CHENEY A CO., Props. Toledo, O Sold by Druggists 75 cts. STEPHENSPORT. Miss Emilia .Mosely was homo from her school Sunday. T. J. Morris and family, of Webster, moved here last week. Mr. M. Blain, who has been very low with typhoid fever is improving. Mr. Eugene Biiren, of Concordia, was guest of Miss Lizzie Stiles Sunday. Mr. (ieo. Jamison and Miss Georgia Hawkins were in Ixmisvillu last week. '.Miss Ixiulie Hall, of Ixiuisville, was tiie guest of Mrs. Add Bennett Inst week Mr. Creed Haynes, of Hock Haven, was the guest of Miss Silliu Davis lost week. Miss Viinda Carson, of Cloverjwrt, was the guest of Miw Cora Claycomb Sunday. Mrs. Imu Isaacs and Mrs. Jano Brooks, of Ixitilsville, will bo in town a fow days this week. Mrs. John Weisenberger, of Clover-or- t, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. W. B. Hanks, last week. Mrs. Ceo. Barkley, daughter, Murray, Mrs. Bobt. Vaughn and children went to Ijuisvillo Sunday to spend Xmas. Go to Shellmaii Bros., and guess on tho jar of beans and get a chance on tho combined manicure, jewelry and toilet cose. HecreUry of J. l'helps, Vermont; See- Treasury, John O.Carlisle, Cfetaryof War, Tatrick A. achusetts; 1'ostmaster fieri- Gray, Indiana; Secretary of im. K. Morrison, Illinois; ai- ltandolph Tucker, 1A J. iry ol Agriculture, v in. Ussouri. Tiieso names it is ived serious consideration eland. follows: from Wasliington that tCloveland, elect, lias tendered lor Carlisle, of Kentucky, the posb fWrntarv nf tlm Tnnmirv. - It is r- ipknown whether tho distinguished Jckian will aa'opt, but ono thing (u Mr. Cleveland makes no mis- by making tho selection. let which the political uossip Mrtfi lin vi ( vi ttti (ir r . fW HI' 1 n if ' Mr. Geo. Kramer uud family, of Ind-- . te merchanU hero report a largo in- of trade during tho holidays this iana, havo moved here and will set up a bakery in J. Duetchiu's store s r those of a year ago. Money is Land tho pcoplo in tho country room on First street. ; fino prices for everything thoy B. A. Godby and daughter, Miss Eflie, who havo been helping in a series of meetings in the M. E. church, left Suntvesr Stevenson was given day. Tho meeting will still be continu lit Atlanta, tho enthusiasm of ed by S. Royal. 1. Stiles and icarcoly second to tho wel- Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith, of tho Ben-nc- tt 1 PrcflldcntClovoland a low Hotel, entertained a few friends at tick, wa gare tier Cwtorta. dinner not long since, nnd quite a pleas-e- When Dftbjr day was spent by all. Vbur corre Wbea alio m a Child, alio cried for CaatorU, i'A Mrs. Howard 1'rcnton, of ono of the invited nnd can When alio became Mta, tho clung to Pmtttho Catholic Church spondent wasentertainment and excellent When the had Children, aha ga-- e themCaatorU, Ckatorim, - say for good "ng contested by lier relaaro, go to tho Smith House. mwDg- first-clasnt Dr. Cottrell, being called out to lecture in Texas, last summer, in addition to fillPauenger Dally arr. IIardIniburg..U:41 p.m. ing his own engagements, at the was pressed into other scrvico, oonro KA1T. Pauenger Dally arr. Ilardlnibarg- - 7sS0 .m to fill tho appointments of Senator Ingalls and of Bishop Fitzgerald. Ho stoped over Miss Mary Board is visiting hero this at tho Hot 6prsng8, Ark., for some weeks to recuperate his health, and incidently, week. preached mid lectured. Dr. Chas. Tho merchants had n big trndo here there, A. King, a prominent physician of Hot last week. Springs, gives in tho St. Louis Christian Two horses and wagon for salo. TayAdvocate, recently, a criticism of tho lor Beard. Doctor, which wo tako pleasure in copyMr. Henry Eskridge, was here visiting ing: last week. Not ninny months ago wo had with us l'rof. Shacklctt has been on tho sick at tho same timo Dr. Cnrrndinc, of St. list several days. Louis, nnd Dr. Cottrell, of Kentucky. It Miss Annie L. Gardner is at homo to was my good fortune to spend many hours with them, as they were both unspend tho holidays. I). II. Severs camo down from der my medical care as a resident physiHon. cian. Often did others with myself enjoy Frankfort last Saturday. seeing those great men sit together nnd Mr. M. I. Payno, Bewleyville, was talk. They did not forget their diffevisiting here last week. renceshad no need to. They talked of Mrs, Rout. McGufiln, Bunts, was hero them. These di (Terences delightful footlast week visiting Mrs. Leo Moycr. hills that lay befittingly about the base Dolph Board went to Louisville Mon- of loftier fellowships and divinonppre-hciiBion- s; day to remain during the week. nnd thoy aro still visible in the of our memories. When Dr. Don't fail to renew your subscription linger-ligh- t Carnidi ne came to us ho was a great suffor the New Year, and get a premium. Wo havo a few holiday goods left over ferer in fact, an invilid. But he rapidly which will go nt cost Hardin & improved, and it was not long till the Church nnd people here began to delight Brown. themselves with his ministration in tho The Hardiushurg Fish nnd Game Club nnd in privato parpulpit, lecture-rooy announce their annual supper for lors. I hereby warn nil M. Ds. that thoy !th. cannot keep this D. D. under tho proMisses Lizzie and Maggio Smith and scription case after the pcoplo have heard Irene Board are at homo to spend tho him preach holidays. This writer was carried off hisfeetnot The holidays aro nearly over, but low long ago on receipt, by express, from tho prices on groceries aro still the go at Board of Stewards of tho First M. E. Ilnnlin & Brown's. Church, South, St. I on is, a beautifully Miss Lucy Frank and .Miss Ixma enirrossed scl of Resolutions of Thanks, to visit signed by each steward separately, and Drury nre expected here y conveying to him their gratitudo for tho Miss Lillie Scott. cure of their pastor. Tho whole was a Mrs. J. T. linker, Glendcane, Dr. and were here last Friday making some beautiful work o' art; dono by tho pen on fine parchment, nnd set in an elegantly Christmas purchases. carved frame. I keep it nnd treasure it Mr. Estel Sutton, Dr. Milton Board, as a charming symbol of how a faithful Tom. Bo wmer nnd Graham Eskridge preacher's life, meeting with responsive came down from Iniisville last Saturelements of a faithful Church, may find day. in them all tho caro and sympathy ho Miss Mattie F raize and Miss Dora may need on tho battle-fiel- d or in tho McDaniels, nre to be hero this hospital. If Dr. Carradino and his Bonrd week and will visit Mrs. Dr. II. C. of Stewards nre typical St. Louisans.then Board. that city should be, as claimed, the pride The best brand of old Monarch whisky of tho West. nnd wines, cigars and tobacco kept by How is Dr. Mathews? Alabama used me in the saloon at tho McGary stand to think that ho was the only preacher J. M. Brown. that could read n sermon! The chucks plantation Miss Sallie Hook, who has been sick of wheat on God's world-wid- e for sometime past, died at her homo nre thick behind that grand old reaper. hero last Saturday. Her remains were Think of McTyeire, Cottrell nnd Mathews! By tho way, tho whole United interred in the Freedom cemetery. Mr. Martin McGary, ono of tho oldest States adopted ono of Dr. Cottrell's citizens of the place, died nt his resi- speeches madoatliwndsboro, Ala., during the session of tho Montgomery Condence here last Friday. He was seventy ference in tho winter of 1805 and '0. five years of age. Thackeray said of Dean Swift Hint hosaw Mrs. Sallio Matlieny was brought here things with "fearful clearness." That is from Stephensport last work and tried Cottrell's eye-sigthat far. Tho weakor lunacy. She was sent to Hopkins-ville- . ness of no mental process complicates his intuitive vision. His statements mako Assessor Cashmnn nnd his deputies no provision for any who see things othwere here Inst week taking the tax list. erwise than direct. He differs from tho Under tho New Constitution the time of cold, great Dean in this: What ho sees making the assessment has been chnng-fro- clearly ho loves tenderly. Tho flash of the 15th of September to the 16th tho mind nnd tho espousal of tho heart of November. go together. No hesitation In cither. Newt. Harsely got the $10 doll given Tho great speech abovo referred to proaway by B. F. Beard it Co. His guess claimed the wiso gospel of chnirty as the at the number of beans in the jar was wanted bearing of the South toward the 850. It contained The next best newly freed negro. Gloomy viows thnt guess-wamade by Ijuvrenco Miller, day had been taken by others, and thoso 1810. views had a seeming counterpart in tho Mr. and Mrs. Jolly Meador gave a facts. All pointed to the dismal scene of dinning yesterday. Those present were tho ncgi-- seeking his hwel. Cottrell's Hon. nnd Mrs. I). II. Severs, Mr. nnd plea that day for him, for passionate tenMrs. Jesse L. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Luin. derness was as when Hngar lifted up her Black, Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Bnbbage, voice in the wilderness nnd tore the very Mr. ICd. Guthrie and Miss Nellie Cox. nir of heaven, nnd down through which Mrs. V. G. Babbago assisted by Miss rent cninu tho God of the fountain, of Bettie Taylor gave a dining last Monday. the shady bush and of tho child. She The following guests were present ; cried, "Iet mo not sco the death of tho Hon. I). II. and Mrs. Severs, l'rof. child I" So tho splendid Cottrell stood It. I. nnd Mrs. Shncklett, Mr. and Mrs. with a strange lovitatiou lightening up J. I). Beeler, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton his face, his very hair seeming to stand as be cried, "The freed negro Beard anil Rev. L. E. Campbell and on tip-tois our providential child!" Ho saw tho wife. List of marriage license issued by tho negro's franchise was tho franchiso of County Clerk for the post week : Geo. the wilderness of death. Ho could not Guided by McClellan Ball to Miss Goldena Bow- sco the death of the child man, A. M. Hardin to Miss Lula L. his voice tho Eternnl Charities heard tho Payne, Lud demons to Miss Ella voice of the child. No man till this day Simons, Charles B. Miller to Miss Mag- knows how long that speech was. Men gio Hendrick, John M. Hendrick to Miss took no note of time. The mind of tho Clara E. Miller, Geo. W. Miller to Miss grent McTyeiroand every other mind was Isabella Miller, Jesse A. Dugger to Miss swept before it, as was evidenced by resoRosa Salili, Clinton P. Hook to Miss lutions offered at its close by him Mary B. Snend, George A. Hendry to not just yet made Bishop. Such eloquenco Miss Dora B. Gardner, C. W. Spenk to shall not bo heard by any us again, for Miss Mariah Yates, Joseph F. Curtis to tho occasion of it is gono gone, thnnk heaven, in tho fruitfulncss of Cottrell's Miss Fauuella M. Keennn. speech. Nearly thirty yeara havo passed since The Butchers' Displays. then. By engagement wo havo him here, and I hear him again, nnd as he lectures Not the least attractive of all tho Christ- and preaches, tho perfume of tho magnomas displays were those of the butchers. lias of Alabama nnd Florida goes up Holder's as well as Iong's were very at- through tho gorges and canyons of tho tractive, and Charlie Lisbon's was Im- crystal mountains of Arkansas gorges mense. A whole calf nicely decorated that yon bit of long light, sharpened at with boquets; largo quarters of hooves; either end, nnd sprung into n now moon, great piles of tlressed poultry turkeys, looksdown into I chickens, ducks and geeso;strings of fish, Chas. A. Kino, Hot Springs, Ark. rabbits, squirrels and quail; a dressed hog, with a negro boy riding him, using wiener sausage check-lineoysters, celeBRANDENBURG. ry and many other good eatable, wero some of the sights that attracted the hunMiss Eva Herndon will spend th holi gry man in search of a Christmas dinner. day season in Cloverport. The butchers seem to be doing a good Mr. Hollingsworth, Peoria, Ind., is business, nnd in no way more than in tho butcher bIiojw can tho progress of our with his sister, Mrs. Malum. town be mare marked. A few years ago Mr. Ashcraft received an appropriate we had one butcher who butchered twice souvenir of his pupils esteem. n week, now we have three largo shops Dr. W. B. l'lisoy, Will nnd Charlie where all kinds of meats nro kept, and CastHtrko ate Xmas dinner nt home. butchering is dono every day. Gene Gucdry came down lost Friday night en route for his home, Kkron. Miss Etta Hale, of Louisville, is tho MissGlovio Burch, of Garrett, spent guest of Miss Corn 'Weatherholt. Xmas day with Misa Daisy Mclntyre. Henry Ditto is enjoying homo nnd skating with old chums nnd comrades. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. of no gayctlcs on account of serI W. TIME TABLE. 00 1 HO VTMT. Cha-tauga, Jan-urar1 to-da1 18-1s 1 s; & .4Al"t . -- 1 ." vikr r ure Groceries, Provisions Etc. ; "" J 'toff K , ft :POB Clothin Boots arid Shoes, Hats ,: and Caps Gi-- O h VEST'S Is The Place. Cloverport, Ky. ID1 TO & SMART co CLOVERPORT, KY. Who will pay your railroad fare for every purchase of $15.00 worth. OVERCOATS ARE IMMENSE. 0 On Easy Payments Stoves, ? SSr&XS?! i Furniture, Leap Year is ebbingfast, girls. But be not dismayed for Thackeray says, "a woman with fair opportunities nnd without an absolute hump, can marry whom sho likes." Do you realizoyourpowor? A poor unfortunate of a respectable family from Indiana, camo over last Saturday, imbibed too freely of the "0 bo joyful," and lay on tho river bank all night. Ho was resuscitated by kind friends from an unconscious condition. Last week three men from Breckcn-ridg- o county, were hero drinking rather freely and proposed to run tilings to suit themselves. Their idea of proprioty conflicted with our officials. One, who was hero for a wedding out-fi- t, was arrested, charged with carrying a concealed weapon. He was in jail for several hours, tried and fined $25. Ho left minus the wedding garments. So you see our authorities enforco tho law nnd will havo no rowdyism. Some recent transfers of real estate arc: James E. Thomas and wifo to Jacob Samuel and Joseph AV. Fowler about one hundred ncrcs with improvements, consideration $500. $200 cash, bnlanco in one, two nnd threo years. This is considered a very low prico for tho property. Mr. Samuel, one of the purchasers, is n lively merchant at Weldon Station. In speaking of tho timber on tho land, Mr. Samuel, with a keen cyo to business, remarked that he had some customers who complained of not being ablo to get work. "Woll," said he, "I will givo them a job at getting out cross-ticif they can't do that they may bo ablo to mako rails, and if uninitiated in that mystery they might chop cord wood, but if thoy wont do cither, I will concludo thoy don't want Thnt contains our announcement. Hero to work and aro undisirablo customers." is tho announcement containing most Other merchants might profit by Mr. interesting news. Samuel's idea. Dawson sold to W. T Pendleton For I.adkn, Mint anil Children. Edwards 80 acres for $525, part cash, balanco in ono, two, threo and four years. Jordan Edmonds sold to J. D. Hardin Men anil Iloyi. 30 ncrcs near Brandenburg for $154 cash. Mr. Hardin will set it in apple trees. Ho has leased it to 0. S. Grinnell for tho I.idlc. and Gentlemen. privilego of catching rabbits on tho placo. Wo understand tho consideration for samo is threo drinks a week 'till spring. I'or Glrli and lloyi. A fow other sales were made recently but of minor importance. Dr. O'Conner nnd wife,of E. town, spent Sunday with Mrs. O'Conner's relatives hero. Jesse Eskridge, of Vine Grove las had a stay of several days with his aunt Mrs. S. C. Malin. B. W. Payno has guessed within six of Connecticut's vote which makes him a pretty sure winner. Mrs. James Lewis went to Guston last Wednesday to see Mr. Pattison who has been quite an invalid for some time. Miss Minnio Wells, quite an attractive young lady from Maysvillo, Ky., is hero with Dr. and Mrs. Wells for a visit. Tho spread nt both of tho hotels Xmas day was par excellent. How could it be otherwise with two such Santa Claus planted a beautiful Xmas treo at tho parsonage for Garland, little grand-so- n of Dr. and Mrs. Lambeth. W. H. Gough is homo for a "white Xmas" and reports it comfortable in the land of flowers; out doors without a coat. Mrs. Clint Bryant left last Sunday for Lexington after a month's stay with her parents, Mr. and Mm. Lou Richardson. Tho holiday trado has excelled that of a year ago, the business men vonch for it, in spite of tho railroad and towns in close proximity. in America is about as unh is in pleasant in its effects as England. Tho rack in tho head next day Is about tho samo "I ween." Mrs. R. II. Brashear and Miss Pearl Wimp arrived last Saturday from Owens-borto spend the week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Wimp. Our Meade county friend, P. K. Malin, was chosen as special judgo in a case at Cntlottsburg last week. A compliment to his ability, and a merited one. C. G. Moremcn is in Shawneetown, III., on his wharf boat, nnd Bert is at home, handsomer than usual, to enjoy the holidays for a few days when he'll return. f Cooper Dorloy, of this county, has guessed within two hundred of the general result of the late presidential election. Ho was offered a good horso for his chance of securing the C. J. prize.but refused. This is nn idenl white Christmas. Tho young people are enjoying tho holiday, skating and sliding. but not holy-daWell, as busy as their hearts are pure and their intentions good, thoy might be doing worse. land-IndieEgg-nogg rack-punc- Heaters, Shades, Comforts, Lace Curtains, Blankets, Sewing Machines, Baby Carriages, Clocks, Trunks, Mirrors, Etc., Etc. In order to make large sales we shall sAl on very small payments. Our prices are low and terms to suit you C. T, ADAMS, Carpets, J. H. RILEY, Mg'r. CLOVERPORT, KY. Commissioner's Notices. Here's The Column dkeckenmdoe circuit court t ... Plaintiff, Notice Id Equity. Uulah Ileonett, Ico J Defendant. All person) having claims ngalnst the estate of Edgar Dennett, tleo'd, are Lereby notified to produce thelrclslms befornme properly proven, at my office In Hardlnrburcc, on or before the PIU9T MONDAY IN APRIL, next. (liven under my band as Commissioner of aid Court, this IStb day of December, &9t. V. Q. BiDBlQK, 0. U. 0. 0. Kate L. Bennett, Adm'r.,.., ) s, C304 ffcy ". OREOKENRIDOtf CIRCUIT COURT: Andrew Frank, Admo'r....') Plaintiff, vs. Notice in Equity. Susan E. Frank, Ac J Defendant. All persons having claims against the estate of Andrew Frank, deo'd, are hereby notified to reduce their claims before me, at my office, In F lardlnibure. properly proven, on or before the SECOND MONDAY IN FEBRUARY, V CLOAKS, OVERCOATS, OVER GAITERS, Arties and Alaskas, SKATES, LAMPS, f All Hindi. :o( Coino to us for your wants )o: 1892. Olven under my hand, this December, 1HV2. JJth day of II. 0. 0. V. a. BiBiuar, 0. TjRECKKNniDflE CIRCUIT COURTi 1 S. Martin, Aflmo'r Plaintiff. vs. Notice In Equity. W. II. Martin, Ac J Defendant, All persons having claims against the estate of II 0. Martin, deo'd. are hereby notlded to claims before me, at my office, Firoduce tbelr properly proven, nn or before SECOND MONDAY IN FEDRUARY, the J. Hardin-Payn- e. hear vices overy ni night at the M. E. church. Mrs.' Dick Shncklett gave her son, Henry, quite a handsomo Xmas dinner. Tlio Hireling ia still in progress with good attendance and much interest manifested. Green, a beautiful picture frarno. Tho performed between Miss Lulio Payno pupils were most generously treated by and Mr. Asia Hardin; tho Rev. 1. 0. officiating. Tho brido wore a tho Professor. cream colored albortros, trimmed lit laco My pupils as usual remembered mo and ribbon, and carried'a boquct of chryssweetly, each in her own way. It is not anthemums and ferns, tho groom wore tho lavishncss of a gift, but tho lovely tho conventional block. Christmas spirit which permeates and After tho congratulations of many.they dominates, that makes it doubly dear to took the d train for Louisville, one's heart. where thoy spent two days and returnod Tho Sunday School teachers wero not home Friday, the 23d, where thoy parforgotten by tho lambs of their fold, took of an elegant dinner at tho bride's noithortho minister and Ills excollont home, and on Friday night an elegant wife by their flock. In fact, it Booms that supper was given at the groom's homo tho divine maxim, "It ia mora blessed to which many of tho friends nnd relatives give titan to receive," has been universal enjoyed very much. May their life bo as origin as mo and nono of us havo a right to bo cynical they never Bummor sunsnino, nnu may boo a sorrowful moment, is misanthropical after such a gonulno the wish of a or FllIKND. Christian llko season. East-boun- Wednesday morning Dec. 21, 1802, in tho presence of a largo number of invited Tho pupils of tho High school presented Prof. McAuliffu with a handsome gold friends nnd relatives tho solemnization pen nnd silver inkstand; Miss Maggio of the rights of matrimony was quietly HaPPV Ne Year to Sulzer's, Strayed. f. 1802. CLOVKRPORT, KY. Olvtn under lay hand as Commissioner of aid Court, this 16th day of December, 1892. V. a. IUiiuoe, 0. D. 0. 0. Small black and white Icrtcy cow, right horn . W. JOUDAN. oir. ltctutn to WOOD'S PHOPHODINE Tho Ureal EiikiUIi llvniody. Farm for Sale. My farm of loo acres, near Ithodella, la for ale cheap and on easy terms. I will Kill to the highest bidder on Spermatorrhea, I Saturday, January 28, 1802, and all effects of all my live stock, farming Implements, houseAbuse or Kicctscs. Ilecn KsuElbKIsW. prescribed over $ years In hold and kitchen furniture, etc. The list contains, one seven year old Jack, of established Ueforo and A Res. onlv ltrii.hi. .n.i reputation, horses, cattle, sheep, Iiors, new wheat drill, cultivators, bedsteads, stoves and a Medicine known. Ask druggist for Wood's many minor articles. grcai 1'iiosrnoniNa: If he offers some worthless medierms one and two years with 6 per rent. In cine In place of this, leave hlsdlshonest store, Inclose price In letter, and we will send by return terest from date. S. K. KSSKUS, mall. Prlcr, one package, fit sis. $j. One will please, six will cure. Pamphlet In plain sealed Tho Lewis Brothers have lot the con- envelope, j stamps. Address W&wmt ... I'rnmntlv an. I npnflv rii,.i nil f...a n Nervous Weakness, Untie-slon- s, n... tract for tho now Presbyterian church to Galligan & Conner, druggists everywhere, iji Woodward avenua Detroit. Mich.. Wot- - Sold In Cloverport by C. C. Martin, and Tho Wood Chemical On, r t c-- THR BRRGKRNRIDGR NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, Breckenridge News. A happy Now Year to you all. f ulzor. If that "cloudy and warmer" flag is KY. G3r53tt$3 QrOU lrEn Through the Breast. Huso Morgan, About Women. Henry Winter. Ono thousand American girls are now Wm i. Winter. Johu M. Gorntraeger. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1802 M.-f kept up long enough It will finally hltlt. Mr. Dan Carroll.of Louisville, is spending tho holidays with relatives in this city. John Hix, of Victoria, wont to last Thursday and returned Friday. Mr. Ed. Nolto, of Louisville, fijcnt Christmas in this city the guest of his brothers. Miss Ida Weisenberg, who Is teaching school at Siberia, Ind., came homo to spend Christmas with her mother. Jim. Tom Milncrnnd Arthur Ilaynes, of Union Star, anil Kirby Blain, of Stephensport, wero in tho city yesterday. The young peoplo and somo peoplo who aro not qulto so young aro having great times now Bkating on Patton's lake. From now to New Year is a yery short time just long enough to go to Sulzer's and select one of thoso Toilet Sets for self-risin- ' LOCAL BREVITIES. 4: n- - "ir. r - t.. .life - m -- . , j,r .S Mr. Sam Gregory, of Hnwcsville, wna in tlio city Saturday. Mr. S. II. Dix, of Roberta Bottom, was in tlio city Saturday. liny and corn Jfor salo. Apply to Cnndcr BIncle, Holt, Ky. Cnpt. llnrkt.'tt, of Cnnnclton, won in tlio city lost Thursday. t, Mr. A. S. Alton, at was in tlio city Thursday. Mr. J. II. Conrad, of Leavenworth, Iud., waain tlio city last week. Mr. Aaron Miller, of Stophousport. was in tlio city Christmas Eve. MnuT. W. Gcer, of Stanford, Ky., is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. G. Smart. Mr. Stevo Hall, of Louisville is visiting his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Win. Hall. Mr. William Argnbright, of Lodiburg, was in tbo city on business last Saturday. Sister? g A man Bat down on a package of Mr. E. Shcarn,, of Sklllmnn, is visiting Hour at Sulzer's yestereay. Tho his sister, Mrs. Joseph Cullcy this week. exMiss AIUi Crosson, of Union Star, is result was what might havo been pectedho rose again. the guest of her niece, Miss Eunice CrosEd. Gregory gavo n magic lantern son. Methodist church show in the Elm-streMr. Beavin Tucker, of Stephensport, city n couple of days lost Monday night, after which tlio children was in tho were treated to candies and nuts. week. Mrs. W. J. Sherman, of Dallas, Texas This greatest medic! no known in sold at 25 and 5o ccnta per packngo ut Short and Mrs. John Burk, of Henderson, aro spending tho holidays with their & Ilaynes. Chin, painter at tho shops, parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bowmcr. Mr. Grant Joo Vititoe, head jockey for M. P. spent Christmas with relatives at Mauck- Mattingly & Co's., racing stable, of port, Ind. The pay car camo down lost Friday Owensboro, was in the city lust wick, Ho was on and scattered boiiio Christmas money tho guest of II. 0. Murray. his way to Elizabethtown, his home, among the boys. where lio had not been for five years. Capt. Marian Ryan and wife, of Will Farber, Georgo Cunningham and Ind., spent Christmas with Loulo Lisbon attended tho Christmas relatives in this city. ball at Derby, Ind., Monday night. Mrs. James Coody and Mrs. Sherran, There being no packet down yesterday of Skillman, were guests of Mrs. Joe Lisheu walked hoine.a distanco of about Cully lost Thursday. twenty miles, arriving homo in the Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hambleton, of Hen- shank of tho evening well fagged out. derson, are in tho city tho guesta of Mr. He reports a grand timo and complinud Mrs. Marion Ilamblctnn. ments Derby as n town for fun. Tho Cloverport Orchestra delighted Mr. B. F. Boultinghouso, of Rockport, tho citizens with their tine music at Iud., was the guest of his cousin, Cander Babbage's last Saturday night. Black, at Holt a couple of days last week Marion Baker, of New Albany, was in and visited this city Saturday and subtho city last week. Mr. Ba'cer expects scribed f r the News. Mr. Boultinghouso to move li"re in tho near future. used to live in this city long time ago, Mrs. John Able, of Henderson, is tho but he now owns tho largest apiary in guest of her sister Mrs. Edgar Martin, southern Indiana. Ho intends to double tho number of colonies next year. and will remain a couple of weeks. Tho Mechanics' Cornet Band gave n Ico is beginning to form in tho Ohio, and if this weather continues, much very delightful musical concert at tho home of Edgar Martin, president of tho longer navigation will bo suspended. Miss Ella Mills, of Louisville, is spend- band, Monday night, and wero handing the holidays with her parents, Mr. somely treated to tho usual Christmas refreshments, which of courso included and Mrs. James Mills, near this city. A News reporter was present, egtr-noMr. Courtney Duncan, Louisville, is and ho actually felt sorry for the boys, spending tho holidays in this city with o to as it is contrary to their his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Dunwhilo in uniform or on duty. can. Willis Clark, a Hancock county coal Mrs. L. P. Hockersmitli and son, man, camo into tho city Monday William, of Madisonville, Ky., aro visitgot Christmas a "bilin" and ing Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hayes during tho "jog." Lato in tho evening ho was arholidays. rested, and he slcpted olT his booze in For puro drugs, medicines, havo your tliCcity jail. Yoitorday morning ho was prescriptions compounded at C. C. Mar- tried in tlio City Court on two oflenses tin's drug store, at iho Red Front or Now drunk and disorderly, and displaying a York storo. pistol. Ho was fined $5 and $25, respec. Mrs. James E. Hinor, of Stephensport, tively, which with tho cost added mado renewed her subscription io tho News tho prico of his fun about Ho had last weok and received as a premium a a roll of acout $100 and promptly paid up lady's Victoria chain, prico $3.50. and went homo n sadder, but it is hoped, u wiser man. Piles of Peoplo have piles, but Witch Hazel Salvo will euro them. Short & Hayncs, Cloverport, and Beard & Bceler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Mr. L. V. Chnpln and Miss Josephine John Farmer is Chargod With This Tinues wero married at tho residence of Heinous Crime. tho bride's sister, Mrs. William Sahlie, 157.1 South Gate streot, Louisville, Ky., Ho Waives an Examining Trial and December, 21st. Sweet breath, sweet stomach, tweet Will Probably go to Jail. temper, all result from tho usoof Do Witt's Little Early Risers, tho famous little pills. John Farmer, a teamster, was arrested Short & Hayncs, Cloverport; and Beard hero last Thursday, and placed under &, Beeler, Hardinsburg. bond to appear before tho City Court Mr. J. J. Tilton, of Owensboro, was Tuesday (yesterday) morning to answer in tlio city last Thursday. Mr, Tilton is to the charge of attempted rapo on tho a regular subscriber to the Bukckenuiikik porson of Zulu Ferrow, a little girl twelvo Nkws and says ho would not do without years of ago. Tho wholo affair is being It for twico tho subscriiition price. kept very quiet and particulars aro vory Mr. Jos. II. Lay was in the city Fri- hard to learn. Tho facta in .tho cuso, day. Mr. Lay has rented property in howover, hio about as follows: Two days Gas City, Ind., and will open a drugstore before his arrest, Farmer accidently met about January 15th. All his Brecken-ridg- o tho little girl In a corn field near her friends wish him success in his homo, whero she had been sent after tho now homo. cows, and began a conversation with her. Tho trains aro crowded most every day Ho asked her if sho had ever had any and numerous persons aro arriving mul experience in lewdness, and taking hold While Clover- of her pushed her against a tree aiid bedeparting continually. port is full of strangers many of her gan to fondle hor breast and lasciviously hug and kiss her. Not meeting with any citizons are spending their holidays encouragement ho did not further molest her, but desisted. When tho littlo girl Mr. Kasoy ha moved tho old house, returned homo she told hor mother of that stood on the corner of High and her experience. Her father, Wayman Second streets, further down Second Ferrow, was away from homo at the toward tho river and by building an ad- timo and did not return for two days dition to it and otherwise improving it afterward, when ho was informed of the will make a residence of it which will occurrence, and tho warrant was immebo for rent. diately sworn out for Farmor's arrest. Tliero will only be, during the winter When tho caso was called yesterday in months, preaching in tho Babtiat church tho City Court, Farmer waived on examtwico a month.jJfui nfldvUh. Sundays. ining trial and his bond was placed at This change ifp'owlng to thoHi)astors ina- $300, to appear at tho Circuit Court in bility to bo no ro oftencr, as it conflicts February. This bond ho had as yet failed to give yesterday evening and ho with hta'cxaminations at College. Tho wind from tlio North blows sharp will probably go to the county jail. .. Farmer is a white teamster and moved knnn m..u lioil .ifTimlf. nt lta .u ouv.i, nii.l Mv. v..vvu u. soon, une iuinuie uougu uuro bo sale from Stephensport hero about eighteen andonre, will quickly perform a won- months ago. Ho has heretofore been condrous euro. Short & Hayncs, Cloverport sidered a pretty good man and his conand Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky duct is a surprise to everybody. Zula The Cloverport Mechanic's Bund Ferrow is a white girl and is, as was said appeared in their new suits last Thursday before, about twelve years of ago and of night for tho first timo and serenaded respectable parentage. tho entlro city. Their now suits aro Notice. "dandies" and they make nice music. They wish to publicly thank tho citizens To the Public: I havo just fitted up and opened a ofClovorport for tho liberal assistants first-clasaloon at tho old Martin stand, given them in procuring their outfit. cast oud of iron bridge, and will keep A now counter, desks and gato havo constantly on hand tho finest old whisbccnlploccd in tho L. St. L. & T. ofllco keys, brandies, wines, cordials, cigars and which improves tho looks ol things tobacco, etc. A largo new chronomotpr Call and sco me. clock has also been hung upon the wall, Respectfully, and if the train run by it they will be B, BlTAVIH. Cloverport, Ky, sure to run on correct time. post-master Clie-natilJefTer-Bonville, by-laim-bibDe-Wit- t's Marshal, of Stophonsport Shoots Jabo Brunor. City A Christmas Evo Sproo May End in a Violent Doath. THE VICTIM STILL ALIVE. About half past cloven o'clock last Saturday night, tho town of Stephens-por- t, in tills county, was thrown Into an uproar by W. II. Morgan, tho town marshal, shooting Jabo Bruner, colored, and probably fatally wounding him. A Brkckenuiikie News reporter Interviewed Mr. Morgan last Monday morning and learned tho following particu- lars: and Milt Bruner, brother to the man who was shot, got drunk and attempted to run tho whole thing according to his own boisterous ideas. The marshal was called in and arresting Milt Bruner started to tho jail with him. On tho way they met Jabo Bruner, and a crowd of negroes all drunk. When Jabo saw his brothor being marched off to jail, ho remarked that no one marshal could put a brother of his in jail while ho was around, nnd attacked Morgan with a club. Falling to release his brother by this, ho drow a villainous looking knife and a revolver and began advancing on Morgan and snapped his pistol, but It failed to fire. Morgan then drew his pistol and fired, tho ball striking Jnbe Bruner in tho center of the breast, inflicting what is thought to bo a fatal wound, though he wasalivo yetyestenlay morning. Several other shots wero fired, but it is not known who fired them. Morgan had three holes In his clothing and a slight d on the leg. He held onto his prisoner, however, and lodged him in jail, then went and surrendered himself to tho mayor. Ho was placed under bond nnd his trial set for Thursday. He will very likely boarquit-tcd- . Morgan is a bravo olllcer, and the citizens generally compliment the good work ho did against such odds. The man who Ib shot lives at Union Star and ho has generally been a gentlemanly negro. It is iust recently tlmt ho has gotten tough. A negro ball was In progress fiesh-woun- A BOYCOTT. Rentors Band Togothor to Resist A Raise in Rents. Near Sixty Names to the Paper, and It is Still Being Signed. THERE MAYBE TROUBLE BREWING. Quito a considerable amount of excitement was created hero a few days ago when It was discovered that all tho railroad men, shop men, brick men nud many other citizens had signed an agreement to boycott Mr. II. A. Oelzo. Mr. Oelzo is a tolerably wealthy man, proprietor of the Cloverport flouring mill and owner of several houses in this city, on somo of which ho has given not ico that ho will raise tho rent Jan. 1st. Tho agreement so oxtonslvoly signed says In substance, that it in considered an outrage to raiso rents that aro already too high right in tho middle of winter, when tlio laboring man is least able to pay, and that its signers will occupy the houses no longo than they can possibly help ; that they will not uso tho Hour or any thing olso manufactured by 11. A. Oelzo, and that they will not patronize a merchant who keeps Jfor sale. Tho agroomont is beingigncd by many citizens that do not live in Oelzo's houses but consider it wrong that tho rents should be raised. As soon as tho paper Is complete, Mr. Oelzo nnd tho merchants will bo olllcially notified of its existance, nud it will go into immediate effect. Tho paper now contains about sixty names. interviewed A News representative Mr. Oelzo yesterday morning on tho subject and his side is about as follows : I think that the peoplo aro doing mo an Injustice My rents are not higher than Houses built after tho other cop1es. same model as mino, samo size and biiiuo number of rooms, not as well located us my houses aro, rent for $8 .and $9 whilo mine havo been $0 and $7.50. After raising one dollar, I am still lowor than tho others. I can't see how it is that I should bo selected as an especial target, unless It is that they wish to strike others over my shoulders. If it can bo shown that my rents aro higher than any body else's, I am porfectly willing to lowor And if all rents aro too high in thom. Cloverport I am willing to come down if others do tho same, but I don't want to rent my Jious for less money than other peoplo get for tho same kind of a house. ATTEMPTED RAPE. studying nrt in Paris. Mies Amy Johnson, a young school teacher of Yellow Springs, O., recently made a trip on a bicycle 800 miles to Davenport, Iowa, nnd accomplished the distance in twenty-fiv- e days. A woman who waa elected a Trial Jus-tic- o In Wyoming, commenced her duties by committing her husband to jail for contempt of court. Susan B. Anthony is of tho opinion tliot wo aro on tho verge of an em of unmarried women. Young men do not mako enough money to support their wives, and there is such n crazo for dissipation among them, that the women would rather go into n store for almost nothing than to marry. Mrs. Harriet BeecherStowo Is reported to bo critically ill. Her biography will appear booh from tho pen of a. noted f writer. Kate Field has a rooted and grounded aversion to being interviewed. Tliero aro today more than 20,000 women in tho United States earning n living by professional and personal service. Miss Viola Fuller, of Mitchell, South Dakota, will present to tho Chicago World's Fair a uniquo opcn cloak. It is made entirely of rlrairio chickens. It took Miss Fuller ten years to complete the garment. Friends of Miss Helen Gould say that a large sum of tho income from liershare of her father's estate will go for charity. Thoso who know her intimately say that sho devotes n day in each week to charitable tasks. Miss Margaret Longfellow is gaining n reputation as a writer by means of her short storits of New England life. Mrs. DePew is, in some 'respects, tlio opposite of her witty husband. Sho has a serious lace, big black eyes, long straight features, nud a low sweet voice. MissIdnJ. Burgess, a Chicago artisf, receives $5,000 for decorating tho Woman's Library and Reception Room in the Illinois Building at tho World's Fair, receiving the award over many competi tors. A Louisiana woman lias mado quite a l. fortune running a Milton's wives gavo him bo much trouble that ho wrote n treatise advocating divorce The wife of Robert Burns was as affectionate as ho was inconstant, and readily forgave all of his short comings. Cato married a poor girl tlmt sho might bo completely dependent upon him, but found her as troublesome as though she wero an heiress. Amerson's advice to his daughters is worth pondering over. Ho said, "Finish every day and be done with It. For manners nnd for wise living it is advice to remember. You have done what you could. Tomorrow is a new day, you should begin it well nnd serenely and with too high a spirit to be incumbered with your old Miss Celcsto Stnuffer, to whom Samuel J. Tildon was once engaged, and to whom ho left $100,000, is a resident of Chicago. Sho is still beautiful and is reported to havo refused many offers. Only four women who presided over thi White House, during former administrations, are now living. Thoynre .Mrs. Grant, Mrs. Cleveland, Mrs Gaifield and Mrs. Harriet Ijuio Johnson, who was the Mistress of tho White Houso when her undo, James Buchanan was President. Speaking of clover women, Thackeray says, "Tliero aro many more clover women in tho world than men think for. Our habit has been to dlsplso them; wo believe they do not think because they do not contradict us, nnd that they aro weak because they do notstrugglo to rise up against us, A mnn only begins to know woman as ho grows old, and for my pnrt, my opinion of their cleverness rises every day." Mrs. Talmago wears a Russian sable cloak down to her feet. Mrs. Lavina Fillmore, of Clarence, N. Y., a cousin of Millard Fillmore, recently celebrated her ono hundred and fifth birth day. Mrs. Lilly Langtry, tho noted actress is quite III. There am at present moio than COO women in New York who ride bicycles. saw-milnon-sonse. A FljW DAY'S mi -- X A V ID n SS3&S&gSrg&gfi During whicn you can buy "our own" superior Louis- villo-mad- o 3 Ml $34&rt3Gb P Q O Clothing for Men -- o dS wV-z- U3 and Boys, at NO PROFIT PRICES. Wo O w F PICS a o P p CO IT CAN'T LAST, THAT STOOK OP OLOAKE must cut a T. At SULZER'S Must eo at Once. g. down our stock as much as possiblo before annual stock- p rT OrtCJ (T A STYLISH LOT TO SELECT PROM, taking. Our Tailoring and Furnishing Department aro included in this SALE. NO-PROFIT GO IK s But these are WINTER goods They cannot and shall not be carl riod into SUMMER. This is a Business Announcement. WE MEAN IT. Prices that will sell these Oloakt aro introduced and these Oloake and Shoulder Oapes shall disap pear from our shelves. o To TKq PuLIic 1 1 To the Early Customer Goes the r Vc have opened a Steam Laundry in your city and we are nii)g make it a success, if you will give use the work tlmt you send oil", so that we can make enough to pay hands. We may not do as white work as the city, hut do not eat your clothes up with acid. We wasli them. There is sibout $ioo wmth of work per week in your city, which goes out to help some other townthat is 85,200 which wc will keep in the city per year. iir.st-clus- FINEST.; s t v t fY'rrrrTy' SULZER'S. CLOVERPORT, KY. AVe CLOVERPORT STEAM LAUNDRY. flie Chicago Weekly Times (H'OUJN'UICIJ wish to extend to our patrons IX IHfJ.I.) THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE WOULUS FA Hi AND friends our kind appreciation for a yea busincs growth and success, and especj your liberal patronage during the Holida beinp; the most success! ul we have ever perienced. EXPONENT OF MODERN STATES. THE GREATEST AND MOST POPULAR DEMOCRACY IN THE UNITED AN AGJttCULTURAL AND POLITICAL WEEKLY ALL IN ONE. 3- - $1.00 PER YEAR. Neir condition! mrruuoil the furmcr nlth wider dutlea. 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Addrtat entor-talnln- g, down-trodde- to lleudqunrteri for v THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOl HE BOUGHT GARTERS, TIIMIEJS "WhatsU", Mr. Hoard?" chirped the Rirl, Binlllnjrnt the yontiK nian'H discomfiture. OPPIOB,ILL,. CHICAGO, niltde Wc wish you one and all a Happy Year, a pocket full of mony, and a S3 Season that will give you and us an abui) harvest. We remain yours anxious tcvja elso-whor- o. Arthur Board Gots His Name in tho Papors Again. Ono would think that from the notofriend reriety that our g ceived somo timo ago about that business, that ho would "kinder" hold himself down a little, but it seems that such is not tho case. Arthur is a complete joko himself, and ho never loses an opportunity to have a laugh at somebody oIso'h expense. '.'Town Talk'' in tho Loulsvillo Commercial, caught on to one of his pranks last week, which is described as follows: "A bashful young man recently wanted to givo his lady-lov- o a present of a pair of garters, and being rather a now young man couldn't screw up courngo enough to make the purchaso In any of the largo dry goods stores, whero pretty girls aro supposed to preside over tho garter departments. But this young man happened to mention his predicament in the child of presenco of tlmt destiny, Arthur Spagetti Board, who, of courso, volunteered his services in tho matter and offered to mako the purchase for him, Arthur led the young man to hosiery establishment. a Fourth-avonu- o Taking tho young man's arm and walking up to tbo fairy at tho gartor counter, Arthur launched out in about tho following strain, "Miss Maud, wo want to look at your garters." This startled the young man. He blushed and looked toward tho bald-heade- d white-cappinbald-head- do horse? vat havo you done GREGORY & CO., Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills. Fertilizer, Cement, Micb igr.n Flatter, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by tho Marrol, Plaster Hair, Brick, Plow bug-By- ? (L. E. Jt ST. I. X, K.) j "What size does hIio wear?" naked Arthur, turning to hlu frightened companion. "O, you wnnt tho garters, you know you do; I'm not buyiu' 'em; I just come in with you," nnmvcred the young man, as ho fiercely nudged IiIb tormentor. Arthur bought the finest pair in the utore. They cost about f(l. When they reached the outaldo boadaof perspiration wero standing out on tho young man's forehead, lie paid Arthur tho $0, hurriedly, thanked him and swiftly escaped. cigar after each meal. Vo also send you samples of an nrdielo vich costs $7.50 per gross. Sell itntSO.L'o per dozen. If you can't get $0.25 take S2.25. You might oiler It as a novelty ns we got It only tlirty-dre- o years in stock. Yours truly, Weildonberg & Claodenhauser. A large number ot Vo send you to day two box-- s cigars. Do vonu costs $1.10 per box, do oter tiOcts per box. Do vono at $1.40 is for yourself, do oter is for your customers, vono SHORTEST,' QUlCr AND BEST LINK II St. Louis. Ijta AND ALL P011 Pine & Poplar Shingles West and Soutl Handles, Pino Flooring Orderi acwar kept on hand. companied by cash prompt ! FRUIT At the TREES It filiod. WANTED. 100,000 1ioo)'1o1uh nnd nlso Blmvvd lioojw in largo unntitli'8. lk'st tunrkut priccH iuid. Fur further Information call on or uridrosis Hardinsburg Nursery, you want Anything we haven't on hand, we will procure in Effect Jclj 31.1 d Iioulsvlllo 8:05 . in.. .9:15 p.m... 7:20 nm ...6:45 a mJ Arr St. Louis KraniTilU 1:30 .'.....HH Vor farther Information, call on R. A. CAMPBELL. Qen'l Fan. Ag't, KtimtII, Time-Car- t,r. i . Any Fen on Stoph a Leotlel Through tho Urbanity of a traveling man yesterday, wo werepermitted to copy a letter which he basin his possession. It Wiui written by"thu houso" to a promising Knight of tho Grip, who was in their employ. Wo consider It good nnd accordingly lay itbefoio our roiders. Nkw Yoiiic, Nov. 21. 18D2.' Vo receibed your letter of do ICt vit route list and expense nccoundt but vitout orders, Vat vo vant aro orders. Vo havo ploudy of maps In Now York to mako uh routo lists nnd big families to make us expenses. Mr. Kinstcin, vo find in your expense account an item of $2.50 for pilllards. Please puy no moro pllliards for us; und also, $7.50 for horse and buggy. Vcre is l'or next fall delivery. Order what J. B CAMPBELL, llfor you at the lowcat rates. That is troubled with constipation can get immediato and permanent rellof by using Dr. Halo's Household Tea. One doBo a day at bed timo. 25 and 60c. packages at Short & Hayncs' drug storo. ZACK. GREEN, Manager Hardinsburg Nursery. IIAUDINSUUHO.KY D. P. A. Louli City Tloket Offle. 8. W. Cor. Third Bt LouIstIIIb, Ky. Ciiah. May, Clovorport, Ky. ( BANK ov Pimples, N0TI0E. To Whom it May Concern i BM- IN 1 ss won-dorfull- y. You aro hereby notified that all orders issued for goods by Patton Vitrified Brick Co., must be signed by myself or James Baruett Fisher. Geo. 0. Pattok, President, No othor mcdiclno has won approval, at home, equal to Ayor's Sareaparilla in Lowoll. ,Jpt 'J a1l liMWrt l.i, v. Boils, ,---. 'KijjjB t 'Isrniilllr rnfuin iit rini romnranum ,.ll,.n.Br.LtDStT'2IXri37Z3 EL0C0 CXilCfcl "iir euro or Bcroima, wruunir,i 'For Uo) 1)1muo. Krontlunt, Kryslimlaa, I tM'irotirlnl rvtuilOHuar, annororr imucnium 01 r ipovor Ufml iioki. vr. uusiy-- s vuh chksit la uto US ruinotly that cnti nlwara lx) roltvd upon. . YTa kHMa J V'fiv"S. r,,., 1IUI1IU...M......U ..., ..v.. lilvul .... .. ttlnli staailil j T I isaisaisasMa. Heafls, s. .jSIjbbbbk.'rx J o:y2 --- w . '.. HAEDINSB' . Capital Stock 25,0C D. V. BEARD, Jr.' if. Prtilltl Vic. FACT, HTffttfp 1 (PCOrYWOMUOwX WILL MILLSR, la j Commercial College fiWTkSOTSRf: rwr4. Wat SVb. M. II, BEARD, CfcV Q.W.BEAHD floor THE SELLERS MEDICINE CO. I t T'H J)rnaitUtall I 1L. l?"".'"'!!' "'.'!? .rt.Ha.Trp.Vrlll. ..-wn lH "".T11 .M ! iKi5u.. MQHHIS KSKRIDQE R. M. JOLLY. Y . .' I HlSH'Hll ni.nilH ktAinUlUn, KI INTEREST PAID riF TIME - r r .2 -- - 4 'Breckenridge News. Highest of all in Leavening Power. EDNE8DAY, DECEMBER 28, 1892. THEX U. S. Gov't BRRGKENRIDGE NEWS, GLOYKRPORT, KY. Report I0ME DRESSMAXINa. SUPPLEMENTARY POINTERS UtDINQ EVENING COSTUMES. Jn and Court Train Tlia Moil- Habits. of Waist IJnlnc-Kl.ll- nB (aVIng of Children' Garment. and Covert Coat, lit, 18(0, l KQ7jg, i uaiviu I OODVCEI O OOIMIIE GLIMPSES -- OF THE Invited to como and boo the TO TO WW FOK TllR PRESENTS "WlioleAT Fein-lilTII- By ABSOLUTELY PURE looking for III ruwuci" rather. C GLITTERING DISPLAY FOR THE by American Tress Associa tion. Gan Gift Time, feot 0 Inches HOLIDAY nEi.livdZlsEO'm. CARNIVAL All? TSB -- MAMMOTH! Piesmls for Utile Widen, . NUMBKll VI. are a few more words to add with to evening dresses. If n train Is the four side breadths and tho back i are tapered down so that tbeluick Is are IK yards long. Ademitraln irds, though the train can bo longer lid. It is finished on tbo insldo llko skirt and should have a balayeuse. train is made of two breadths of ll lined with stlk or satin, nnd nnd fastened at the shoulders in Ik, and then tacked to the Miles of Irt At tbo hips, nnd tho rest left fall over the other skirt. (words more regarding the model- WAlst lining. If tbo wearer Is nisted nnd stout, an "Impression" nken. ns Is done with other waists. (proportion In drafting the model is In width in proportion to wnnt eona inch to each warn nnd to lb one or more lucliex lit the waist ioslf niOlco thnt wide bad been ill the way around and tho lining Ip again. st every imir, im sno nmmcur or Vonal dressmaker, may wish to Directions have ftl- i riding habit. teen given for making tho basque, Js almost as dlllicult to mako tlie row as tho waist. It is cut to lit around tho hips in tho same stylo as ; model m to tho front breadths, i back consists of a sltiglo breadth Pilot plaits at tho back. The skirt FT be roomy over tho knees nnd fall ally without straining. Tho model trill allow this, nnd tho riding skirl bo a trifle moro than walking land simply hemmed nt tho bottom. rpoHsible to havo tho lady sit on n ,to try on tho skirt it will lcof great Jtngc, ns it is easier to "bang" the i that It shall fall just right. jTrrlding skirt should hnvo n stout belt Htcnlng. It should open on the left lad button over with small silk but- Tlio pocket is placed almost in front bos a flap, and is cut across instead lagthwiso. In sowing the skirt of a which should bo of scrgo or cloth. wnra should bo carefully pressed und In tho neatest manner. Th often adopted for tho edges of front, etc., is to bnsto a silk braid edgo even with tho edgo and on tio side of tho goods, lying back- then stitch this down, nnd alter am tho braid around to the wrong i fell It down. This is flatly pressed Itbe same as thif braid on men's Nothing could le nenter. S I 1 1 o y I I nee lorgimp.j k Faking of children's gnrments is ffTfercnt from those of tho mother's, 6nr dressmaker ought to know liow, f r they nro ever called upon to prnc- Ehe fact that they have no "form" lo consideration. 'When new ma- lused, the dressmaker can cuttosult FlIODEL TOll CHILD'S WAIST. line aliow how to cut nway for low Blrst place, slmpllcityistobastud- - tat Jt encd bo as to have tho dlliercnt largo ns passible, nnd have n hem is best to havo tbo gowns, ugh to allow for a child's rapid Ircscnt styles havo full sleeves, fol- those of their mothers In form, nnd litis nro draped in much tho samo liko a dress for n llttlo girl, begin by tho lining, which try on, as with r fs gowns In tho making and finishing imi, but of courbo no bones nre re- Tho waists closo in tho back, nnd ; is usually gathered and sewn on piping. Iklrts of children's dresses now arc Fstraight breadths nnd require, very Itrimming, but considerable can bo frequently put on tbo waists. Snot considered necessary tollman oil lie a child's dress with tho same caro ted on fine gowns for grown people, Fho exception of their cloaks, which i tailor finish. jacket is to havo pockets, the best : nn nmateur to do Is to taku n gontlo- vest nnd study tho manner In which ii rriado nnd sewn in. If sho cannot Met her cut the slit for tho pocket part half nn inch higher htxek. Cut thu lining for tho jiockct Jderthnn tho silt and cut two ftW material of tho Jacket ( iilil an Inch longer than the hm running tho long way. Thtk-:uouIl. Imi basted to the pocket hifltitclicd on tightly, nfter which ruyu tpt wuvoiuu Jt, viiv juwawv nnto Insure their being turned he pocket Insldo, leaving tlicso I facings, when tho pocket U Liy jlio corners with arrowheads jfjlio of the lower side. The lieu have tho sides sewn and st. enco between n jacket and is that the jacket is sown on iie scams laid upart nnd pressed, covert coat has tho seam) Japped lule stitched. Only thick, lino 11 bear this without fraying. Cov- Is hnvo no front darts. Jackets I them or not, Jllnzers hnvo no lusually nro rather shorter in tho I front, though thlH season they ' Tf . . i i r'mnru iu cuvvrii uuuus iiru uluhuiiik, r jtfoat buttons nru in n double lino "i tit front of white bono or pearl. liars to the jackets nro according to. either Medici or Stuart style, or plain rolling or the long rolling collar, Sch may bo lined with fur, and which ex- i down tho front. These collars nro troublesome, but by getting a special ern they can be achieved. a olivk iiAnrzn. M I lig tbo samo general plan as for tho ie, and take tho impression with it loosely; then bnsto thcouUldc on, bf all profession trades, mlnlttcri, law. unite n Imiors-l- ! Couch Syrup the old tellable cure Ichlaland nulmonarv troubles at the IiouM remedy In tho market. nintrand meclianlc Notice. Lurchased tho cntiro stock of Ljort Steam Laundry, nnd will hands in it ns Boon I't u Psibiy not thom iroin will aliare your pat- flrst-elas- fl Uincln-Liplnuyo- nil, lUnfifnllv. Y. it. ivyutK, Recently a westorncr tall, with broad shoulders and woigliing over 200 pounds, appeared at Titusvlllo. Ho was William Ferguson, of San Francisco, and was in search of his father. His paronts wero married near years ago, Salamanca, N. Y thirty-nin- o and n few inbntlis boforo William was born his father deserted his mother, who was then n littlo moro than sixteen years of ago. Ferguson never returned, and his deserted wife eventually went west with her boy nnd married again. Within n short timo past sho told him for the first timo tho story of his father. William not only failed to feel a repugnnnco townrd tho father, but desired to see him, and on learning subsequently thnt ho was still living camo cast to find him. Ho was informed thnt tho old man was leading a hermit's lifo somewhero in tho Alleghany mountains. In his search ho found a woman who said sho hnd been married and deserted by Ferguson, and was working to support herself nnd two children. Tho searching son finally got on tho right track, and securing hero a man to go with him drovo to tho vicinity of Center, located in tho woods, some miles from Titusvillo. There, in n tnmblo down shanty, living alono nnd with apparently nothing to live on, ho found his long lost father. William concealed his identity, and tho old man was drawn into reminiscent conversation, during which ho took no pains to conceal tho fact that his first wifo was living in tho west. Then tho son mado known his identity. The shock of surprise caused tho old man to swoon. Then tho son, who is Tho laws of health are taught in the well educated and in good circumschools; but not in a way to bo of much stances, offered to tako tho father wost to his support. practical benefit andnro never illustrated with him and contribute tho son loft. Tho old man declined, nnd by living examples, which in many cases Tho son is now in tho vicinity of Titusmight easily bo dono. If some scholar villo, nnd hopC3 to persundo tho old man who has just contracted a rokl was to return with him to tho west. Cor. brought beforo tho school so that all Pittsburg Dispatch. could hear tho dry, loud cough nnd know its significance; see tho thin white coatA number one cough cure. Mr. Jas. II. liar ing on the tonguo and later, as tho cold net, 34) Cedar St., N. Y., write thus i "I am Syrup In my family and Dr. Hull' developed, seo the profuse watery expec- utlne It numberCoughmedicine for cough nnd one deem a toration nnd thin watery discharge from coldi, and my houtc shall never be without it. tho nose, not ono of them would over Dvutli of a llccluso. forget what the first symptoms cf a cold Tho bachelor hermit of Clinton counshould then ho given were. Tho scholar Chamberlain's Cough Itemed)' freely, ty, Owen Mulligan, has paid tho debt of nature and joined tho great majority that all might seo that oven a sovcrocold upon tho other shore. Ho was a could be cured in ono or two days, or at man. Ho emigrated to Clinleast greatly mitigated, when properly ton county upward of a half century treated ns soon as the first symptoms ap- ago and accumulated a neat fortnuo pear. This remedy is famous for its cures there. Ho was at tho timo of his death of coughs, colds and croup. It is mado worth $100,000. Tho hermit reached tho especially for these diseases and is the ripo old ago of ninety years. He lived modest fannhouso a few most prompt and most reliable medicine all alono in n Many years ago miles from Aviston. known for tho purpose. 25 nnd 50 cent robbers broko into tho farmhouse, and, bottles for salo by A. It. Fisher. believing there was money hidden thero, they tortured tho hermit to mako him A Dltcotunlnto Onvcinior. givo it up. His feet woro burned black-bTho infant phenomenon of tho Bay tallcw candles, but ho kept his secret. State justly feels that ho has been play- After that ho purchased a shotgun and ing in very tough luck. Ho was elected prepared for robbers. governor of Massachusetts tho othor A few years later ho was awakoned day by a plurality of 2,700 votes, and ono night by robbers in tho house. They has been feeling so good over his had forced an cutranco into tho houso success that ho begau to think through n door nnd woro hunting for tho himself almost a "bigger man than old" hermit with drawn revolvors. Ho le Grover. Now it turns out that if tho his shotgun at ono of tho robbers tho wido awako and highly cultured Re- nnd pulled tho trigger. Tho villain's publican voters of Massachusetts had head was literally blown off. The other only known how to mark their Austrarobber escaped. Tho dead man was lian ballots Mr. Haile, tho Republican never identified, nnd ho was buried by candidate, would havo been elected by tho county. Owen Mulligan's fortune about 12,000 plurality, and young Mr. will go to relatives in Ireland. Cor. Russell, who was pluming his wings for Chicago Inter Ocean. oven tho loftiest ilight, is left disconsolate, standing around on one leg like Deserving Praise. a rooster in n rainstorm. Wo desiro to say to our citizens, thnt Ho mny continuo to draw tho salary nnd play governor, but nil tho roseato for years wo havo been selling Dr.King's dreams that lately flushed his sweet New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. young lifo with opalescent waves of in- King's New Lifo Pills, Bucklen's Arnica describable brightness hnvo lied, and Iiq Salvo and Electric Bitters, and have is left to plod wearily along ip tho giay mists, breasting the piercing cast winds never handled remedies thnt sell as well, of tho man who is rojected by tho peo- or that have given such universal satis Wo do not hesitnto to guaraiv ple, and wins by n blunder. "This is faction. ard," as old Eccles would suy. New tee them every time, nnd vo stand ready York Advertisor. to refund tho purchase price, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. National Iluiiklug Act. Theso remedies havo won their great A Washington dispatch says Mr. A. For B, Hepburn, comptroller si tho cur- popularity purely on their morita. rency, in his nnnual reporc just Mifcinlt-te- d sale by Short & Hayncs, druggists. makes theso important recomui6ud-ntions- : Youth Who Would Ilo Ilnppy In Life. That tho minimum deposit of govern- A Thero is ono young gentleman in Lonment bonds required of national bank don who is determined that marriage bo $1,000 in enso of banks of $50,000 caphim nt least. ital, and $5,000 in caso of bunks whoso shall not bo n failure witli was engaged Ho took tho young lady ho capital exceeds $50,000. evenThat banks bo allowed to issuo circu- to to tho Lyric theater on Monday In tho notes equal to tho par value of ing nnd installed her in a box. lating next box was imothor young fellow, tho bonds hold to eccuro circulation. That tho monthly withdrawal of bonds handsome and dashing, with whom the pledged to r.ccuro circulation shall not young lady established a lively thongh surreptitious flirtation. Young follow exceed $1,600,000 in tho aggregate whereupon ho That tho tax on national bank circu- No. 1 protested in vain, at that uf the left tho box, reappeared lation bo rcjwnlcd. tho government issuo bonds liav masher und told him that tho young That ing twenty, thirty nnd forty years to lady in tho noxt lxx wlshod to make his run nt n low rnto of interest, with which acquaintance. Young fellow No. 2 was delighted, and to retire tho present bonded debt of tho bo used nccompanied young follow No. 1 to tho United States, which bonds mny as a basis to scenro national bank circu presence of tho ficklo fair ono, and young fellow No. 1 introduced them, saying lotion. quietly, "This gentleman will seo you homo." Ho then left tho theater, and "Pat Money in Thy Purse." How? Savo doctor's bills. Always tho young lady has never seen or henrd keep on hand a bottle of that finest of of him sinco. All parties nro well known in goad socio ty, nnd consequently tho rumedies, Dr. Halo s Household Cough nffnir is much gossiped about. London Curo to allay tho first irritation caused by Lotter. a cold. Don't think you can fix up soino- A Million Friends. thingjustasgood when for25c.or 50c. you A friend in need Is a friend indeed can lmvo tho result of years of practico nnd oxpcrlcnco expended in making this nnd not less than ono million people hao preparation absolutely tho best. For salo found just such n friend in Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption, Cough's by Short it Ilaynes. nnd Colds. If you havo novor used this Great Cough Medicino, ono trial will llencdlct Arnold' Flucahlp. A portion of tho timbers of General convinco you that it lias wonderful curaBenedict Arnold's flagship, Congress, tive powers in all diseases of Throat, which sank in October, 1770, in Lake Chest and Lungs. Each bottle is guaranChnmplain, has been rniscd by Captain teed to do all that is claimed or money C. W, Adams, of West Addison, Vt. Trial bottles free at will bo rofundod. Tho timbers nro of oak and nro sound. Short & Hayno'fl drug store. Largo bot, Cin V Vn.i w.i;i les 50c. and $1.00. Crime Amoiiff tho KiietUh Clergy Labouchero recently printed in Truth For pain in tho stomach, colic nnd the following na a record of a year's. do- cholera morbus thero is nothing better ings of tho British clergy: "Breach of "promiso, 14 cruelty to nnimals, 18j bank- than Chamberlain's colli', cholora and rupts, 251; elopements, 17; suicides, 12; diarrlucn remedy. For salo by A. It, drunkenness, 121; assaults, 100; various Fisher. other charges. Bt." -Mc-Gra- w y Tho Hew York Hank irrccker. In view of tho recent rolooso by par-t'o- n of Qcorgo II. Tell nnd James A. ilimiuona, tho alleged "wrcckors" of tho ISixth National, Lenox Hill nnd Equi-tabl- o banks, I mado Inquiries yesterday to ascertain if thero was any reason why executiro clemency 6honld not as well bo extended to General Peter J.Clnassen. United States District Attorney Mitchell was nuked, among other questions, if thero was, in his opinion, any reason why Simmons, conviclcd upon Cloasscn'a testimony ns nn ncccssory to nn embezzlement, was any moro entitled to mercy than Claa88en, tho nllegcd principal in the transaction. Mr. Mitchell said that in tho eyes of tho law tho accessory was as gnilty ns tho principal. Ho excused himself from expressing an opinion as to tho merits of Simmons' pardon or tho likelihood of ono being obtained for General Claasscn. It is understood that Mr. Mitchell was not favorably inclined to tho pardon of Simmons. Tho jury however, mado n recommendation of mercy, which led Jndgo Benedict to imjwso a Bentenco of but six years for an offcuso tho penalty of which is a minimum of fivo nnd n maximum of ten years. So far as this goes, it only brings into stronger relief tho injusticoof retaining Claasscn in jail whilo pardoning tho othor. Claasscn was always regarded by business nnd financial men ns tho least guilty of tho trio. Ho so testified, and his friends nnd many others believed that lie was entirely innocent of nny knowledge of tho "check kiting" operations carried on by Pell and Simmons. Now York Herald. PresentsforL ove r end Brothe. Imported Smoking Jackets. Robes do Chnmbro, Lounging Gowns, Study GownB, Breakfast Jackets, Bntho Robes, Cardigan Jackets, Jersey Coats, Underwear, Slippers. P 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. S2E&-33CS- IW Wo havo placed in our window tho finest and largest Lovely Jcr?oy Suits. Charming Kilt Suits. Dcgrcmoiit Short-I'nnSuits. Norfork or d Suits. Santa Clans Woolen Waists. Threc-piecSuits. ts Box-plaite- o Snug-fittin- g Shoes and Hats. A nice 'Necktie. Underwear. esents for Men and Boys. A Suit of clnthei or Overcoat, Neckwear for Men ami Uoji, Superb llnit k of Sb llandkereh te f i, Fine Kid Olovot, Fur-to- p or UIotci, Silk faced Surrenders. Silk and Cahmere Mufl!er,Canei and Umbrella, Hat and 6boei,Sllpper Fur-lin- Eient A gueifcard will be given free with every purehaie In every depart- ment and the cuitomer whose guru li exact or nearctt exact will recelro u w of $100 dollar In gold, the customer who gueuei next nearest wilt ith $60 In gold. Y Slippers. P esents for Moihers and Sister?, Ooi2Q.e surLd. O&xx-- y ed In gold altogether is to bo given as presents ($150 in each of our five 0f & a, Sa.gr of Q-old- .. de- - $750 departments) and our out-o-f town customers always carry off moro than half tho gifts wo offer. If you cannot como to town send for Illustrated Catalogue, order by mail and send vour guess card by mail. Guess cards sent with overy mail order purchase A let of fun, a pair of tTely Slipper, Satin Shoes, Ladies' Paris Shoe Fur lined Shoes Nlco House Shoes, Walking Shoes, Silk Handkerchiefs with Umbrellas rich handles, Slippers tTOTSTiVl msssm Jammoth Wllllnm I'cnn'a Trcnty ,Treo. that William Penn History reco-d- s mado his treaty with the Indians under nn elm tree on the banks of tho Delaware. The nged tree blow over in a storm miny years ago, but young ones from it aru believed to bo in existence. In the liope of jnreserving this historic spot tho city of Philadelphia has recently taken possession of two acres of ground in tho midst of which this tree formerly grew, and some young stecl-me- n that has n clear and undoubted record ns being the descendant of tho original treo will probably be planted there. Tho plot has boen taken in nccordanco with tho recent small park movement. While preserving historic associations it will afford a breathing spot on tho banks of tho river for a dense manufacturing population, of which this is, Ui a measure, tho center. Providence Journal. Dr. Hale' Household Ointment Is tho finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Kheunintism. Cures Piles like magic. Cures salt rheum in tho most soothing mnnner. Cures inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can bo taken internally. A positive ppecific for Pneumonia. 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Bnt when tho rain comes down and the ladles stny indoors almost tho only cheerful objects to meet tho oyo are what Homer would havo called the ruddy cheeked omnibuses nnd pillar posts. "Why," asks tho writer, "cannot this idea bo elaborated in tho causo of art. and cheerfulness?" And ho goes on to plead eloquently in favor of tho introduction of "merry mackintoshes" scar-lo- t, orango, sky bluo, emerald green and purple and brightly tintod umbrellas. ' Tho idea certainly deserves a trial. At present, with that utter absence of nil senso of proportion which characterizes tho actions of civilized humanity ir. regard to dress, wo don our gayest gar' when tho sun is brightest, and reserve our most sober habiliments for days when tho sky is overcast and tho sun invisible. In other words, we enter into a vain competition with tho all sufficing radianco of nature, and strive to accentuate her gloomiest moods. 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Tho Casco is "Four Jolly Smiths," 261; Hnllah'i at Snusnlito, ready to sail north. Onhbr "Thrco Fishers," Bodlngton's arrival at Victoria tho stars and stripes "After," 210; Blumenthal's "ItequlUl," will givo way to tho British colors. It is 185; nullah's "Storm," 108; Pent-land- 's designed to refit tho Casco as a scaler "John Peel," U2; Pontot'o "Nca," and to send hor on a cruise tho coming 88. i season. San Frnuufcco Chronicle. g, The rtcstrlctlou of Immigration. Shall immigration bo restricted, nnd, if bo, how and to what extent, is ono of tho important questions that will in all probability occupy tho attention of tho coming session of congress. Senntor Chandler, of Now Hampshiro, is the chairman of a committo on tho subject which- - is now sitting in this city, not for tho pnrposo of taking testimony, but of discussing amendments to tho law. His views on the subject nro radical, but not moio so than thoso of tho Knights of Labor ns enunciated by Mr. Powderly. Tho Now Hampshire senator nnd tho general roaster workman nre both of tho opinion that immigration should bo prohibited for n poriod of years, Mr. Chandler placing tho limit at fivo. "Wagos," ho asserts, "cannot bo maintained up to their present standard in this country unless immigration is stopped. If wages aro reduced tho Democrats will bo swept out of power by popular sontimont." Ho adduces theso as reasons why, wero ho a Democrat, ho should vote for the fivo years' suspension. Republicans nnd Demo'crats aro alike interested in tho preservation of tho republic, in its growth, progress, development, on suro, broad, steady, timo enduring lines. To thnt end lot ns all unito. Tho ropublio should bo tho first caro of overy Amorican, no matter to what party ho belongs. Now York Recorder, cinnati. The dog had been summoned as a witnosH, nnd in compliance- with tho magistral's demand Hector held up his right foropaw nnd commenced barking. The caso was ono iu which Dr. Buck proved to tho court that Hector and Dane, another largo dog, belonged to him. The two had strayed away, and August Schmelt, a saloon keeper, got possession of them nnd would not givo them back to the owner. Dr. Buck had taught tho animals certain tricks, ouo of which was to imituto a witness giving testimony, nnd lie gave tho magistrate a list of questions. "Whore's your rooster;" asked tho court of Rector. Tho dog went to tho rear part of tho room and picked out Dr. Buck from n largo crowd of spectators. Tho samo question was asked of Dano, nnd he went through tho samo performance. It I by all odd the best Ijnlraent. Mr. Char "Whero's Dane?" was asked of Hector. Mettgcr, 2i7Ccyer Ave,, St. Louis, Mo., Is of the same oninlon. He savs: Salvation Oil Is the Tho dog looked at Dano and barked. best remedy we hjve ever used In our family It "Whero's Hector?' was asked of Dano. Tho latter looked at Hector and barked. Is the best remedy on earth. 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Tuesday Poolor was very r low and apparently near his end. U.S. Claim &. Pension Agent Cor. Eastern Argus. Pari-Mutuol 101,8-13,-05Tit-Bit0. or Sum Wagered on the Turf. Thero aro no data obtainable in this country upon which oven a remote could bo mado as to tho total of the sums wagered in tho courso of tho year upon turf events. That it is large may bo safely assumed; but wo should doubt much whother tho French, in their comparatively recent forvor for betting upon horso races, havo not largely exceeded tho amounts wagered in this country. The figures given by a Paris corro- spondeut bIiow shnt 10 per cent, lovicd on all sums staked in the machines amounted for tho last four months of last year to 2,020,851) francs, representing a total wagered of francs or over 4,050,000 in four months. This of courso is altogether irrespective of tho sums wagered at tho clubs or with tho largo bookmakers, and represents only tho small sums laid on tho courso with tlio'amuller men of that s. class. 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