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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893010401_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. VOL. XVII. .t- - CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1893. NO. 24. Irvington Milling COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. Merchant and Custom Millors, Grain Dealers and Manufacturers of the m mMmmwwm:mMmmimmm A MAIL ORDER! Will do the business; if you can't COME to LEVY'S Highest Grades m a ( w m "Louisville's Greatest Clothing House." You Bond tho cash, we send the clothes. If you don't find our Olothes the very best you ovor got for your ca3h, send back the Clothes and get back tho cash. Don't fail to come to see us when in town. Wo are now in Temporary Quarters, 321 West Market, necessarily slaughtering prices whilo waiting for our new house on our old corner. ,j OK ' g i rnTT'r7th5y'-- - 1 i Roller Process PLOTJE Roller Process Oom. :keeul Bran, Shipstuff and Amplo capital, tho best quality i of grain and inodorn machinery, skillfully handled enable us to produce results unsurpassed. Orders promptly fdled and careful attention given to CUSTOM WORK. For any further information call on or address tho IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. WE AltE WALKING IHE FIELDS OF SUCCESS. If you should visit Brandenburg, Ky., you will bo surprised and can't imagine why our store is always full of customers. If you should investigate by looking through our Btock and see how well equiped each department is, prico tho goods, then tho mystory will be solved. Wo havo tho assortment, styles and prices to please cveryono. Tho most attractive department iB U tho CLOAK," .DEPARTMENT MrjjH flip l"W llfkj WjJSJfcCSK It's 3 Oiled with a big lot of samples Garments made in tho 1892 styles, No two alike. Will Bhock you with tho low prices. Don't hesitate, como at onpo, Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. nil rC .1 1 ACHING PILES XpmmsiMm&ttzteJ lf4l OINTMENT ABBOLtrrHtr axnaa. f.i Mt .1 ii.ii "I; i,yMuf.i? "Loog nd do breddy mecs'i?' Bays Emorick, holding a wine glnss before his bushy abatis as a cover. "Zho is nod habbio wid Chuck nor wid Gurrl" "A dozen fellows," Rawdon rejoined, behind his glass, "of hotter blood than Jack and better hearts than Kerr would havo cut in thero long ago. Tho daugli ter is as Bwcet ami pnro us a lily. But ' nIHTT UAl Plitn noTiiuro who dares marry such a " natty costume oo the left li of rm:re or woot poplin, with neck, tilth, and cuflk The and he shrugged his shoulders expresof commuting or matching velvet; ornament is Riven by rusctte and end. of velvet ribbon. The second gown is of darkUdles' cloth or t tirondcloth, with guimpe, cufli, sively toward tho hostess. and belt of suede or ehnmoU, the guimpe being outlined by feather trimming, with feather Tho hostess now roso and beckoned trimming nt the collar. The skirts of both are almost plain, aomewhat fall at the back, the hem or ruffle it bottom headed with braid. her daughter. "I loavo you, gentlemen, to your toasts," sho said. "Major Kerr will bo my representative." Sho moved to tho door. Army and "Uhcnpr sho rojoinod. "(Jlienp witn navyt Albion nnd Hesso, all sprang to tho debts and tho peccadillos! Cheap, open for hor. A murmur of admiration whito feather und nil!" for her beauty and bearing itpplnudcd "Who Bays I ovor showed tho whito tho exit. Lndy Brothortoft scorned to feather?" roared Kerr. "That's ono of bo at her climax. that muscadiu Jack Andre's lies. Ho Korr of courso did not let tho toasts wants my placo as adjutant to Sir nenry. lag. Bah! tho shopkeeping, play acting, "Tho king, gentlemen!" rhyiuo writing milksop! ho'd better keep Cheers! Drank cyathis plenis. I Theodore his Swiss jaws blint and not Blunder a Sir Honry Clinton rises, gleaming star, British nobleman I" rod noso and all and proposes, "Our hostNobleman!" says his hostess, eviess!" Bumpers and uproar! COrvniaHT.t.... SV UNITIDSTI... .OOKOOMMNr.ANO dently hiking plonsuro in galling her Why, Uio llttlo dissembler laughs merThen they loud nnd firo, conspirator; "I thought you woro only a rily ami flirts audaciously! Laughs mer- ous. Bottlo cun hardly fast nnd furigallop fast peer's third son," rily! Ah! thoro aro blttor team just be- enough to supply ammunition. "Thero nro but threo lives botweenmo neath that laugh! If you call tolerating, v "Tho army!" "Hooray, hooray! si Ntu'.sis. and tho earldom an old gouty life, compllmonts from that young captain Sjiocch from Lord Rawdon!" I'AHT I Hdwin ilrollicrtnft, heir tnu mnnop Tom's jocky lifo and Dick's drunken at hor right flirting, then sho is flirting, on the Hudson, I. lei t an orphan with the manor "The navy!" "Threo chcors for Comheavily mortgaged tn the III Hop estate. Ho goes ono. Your daughtor will bo Countess of and so conceals her disgust of hor bemodore Hothaiu!" York cltv tn stik his fiirtunc. CM In Niw Bondigh one of thoso days, and you'd trothed. IV Jane lllllop, the H.llop heiress, gains "Tho captured forts!" Drank in V The an Interview with young Ilrothertoft. And who Is that young captain? Ho both better bo careful how you trout mo." to tho memory of Colonel Cump-bo- ll It il lop and Hrothcrtolt fortune, are united by "How could'IHreat yon bettor? I give etolo into tho chair ut Lucy's right mid marriage. VI Ilrothertoft goes on n colcml.il and Count Grabowskl, killed thero. mission tn Knglaud. Mrt. Ilrothertoft succumbs you tho prettiest girl in tho provinco, began to talk Bcntiment beforo ho had "Luck to Jack Burgoyno!" In anglomatda and longs for a title lllith ol a had his Roup. Who Is this fino gontlo-mn- n Jnck," Andro suggests. "May "Pouting daughter, Lucy, itnd return home. VII The with tho prottiest iKirtion." ho bo a of twenty-six- , manor house becomes the retort ol reilcnat with tho oval fnco, Bpilor to Schuyler, and fling Gates over "Havo I got to toll you again that not llrothertolt I. at last exiled by wife and daughter overy mnn would tuko your daughter? tho regular features, tho slightly superHe loin, the patriot.. the hedgo into tho ditch!" Laughter and cilious mouth, tho dimpled chin, tho cheers, nnd immenso rattling of glasses You needn't look so ficrco nbout it." I'AItT II Majnr I'eler Skerrett, aid to Washington, nrrive. ut General I'utnam'a Sho tdid look florco. Sho looked la hair bo carefully powdered and queued? On tho tablo. patriot campat l'l.likllUon.the-lltidtoCll Who is this elegant potit maitro? With III bkerrctt volunteer to lead a party to bollq Biiutnge as if sho could hundlo a "Hero's to General Vaugllan nnd his "cut out" Captain Kerr, u redcoat, who 'l a scalping knifo. And no wondor! what studied gesturo ho airs his rufllcsl trip up tho river tomorrow! May ho add guest at Ilrothertoft manor. IV Kdwln IlrothHow fluontly ho rattles! How easily ho a moral to tho Esopus fables!" ertoft, known at Sergeant Lincoln, It amnnir Skerrstt's men. A icrvnnl from the manor, Improvises jlnglo! IIo quotes Fronch PART THREE CHAPTER IL "Tho Brandy wino! and hero's hoping Voltaire, bring news to camp. V Mr. as if It wero Ills mother tonguo. Ho Mr. Washington may havo another designs that Lucy .hall marry Captain Kerr. VI Lucy I. anxlnu. to c.capc. VII smiles and sighs liko nn accomplished tasto of tho tauio cup!" Skerrett takes Voitaire Into the plot to capture lady killer. Who is ho? Kerr and rescue Lucy. VIII Jlerck Dewltt an Aro modern toasts and dinner tablo old manor hand, is Skerrett'. guide. Major Emorick, of tho Hessian wit of this Bnmo character? ffii m I'AHT III Hedcoats are at llrotoertoft manor looks across tho table at thin gay Voltaire prepares for Lucy's flight to the camp. rattlo and thon whispers to his own PART TnREE-CnAPT- ER III. neighbor, Lord Rawdon, 'Zeo dat dab IIo lifted himself from tho table anil ewnjjjjoroil off to tlio firo with it gorged jnaggnroni, Clinck Autre; how ho bnk lubb to do breddy Lucie! Bujor Gun-wil-l movuincnt. IIo probably hud uovorMwii bido off hl8''oad breddy sood." a turkoy buzzard lounging awty from "Kerr may glower and look liko n carrion, but ho unconsciously imitated cannibal," Rawdon returned, In n whis-pothat unnttrnctivo fowl. Tho dobria of his meal, tho linnltH of "but ho will not eat Jack Andro's what ho did cut, remained in an unhead so long ns thoro's any of tho left.'" pleasant huddlo on tho table, proving that a great, gross feeder hud boon thero. "I (linked Chuck was id Bodsylvadio He Btood beforo tho firo, a big red obor Chorzoy," says Emerlck, wiping thai ' ...j enormous inustncho of his a conrso ject, tho typo of mnny Englishmen who woro sont ovor in tho Rovolutiou to disHessian article, planted liko a bushy Sac moved to tho door. abattis beforo his mouth. enchant us with monarchy. Thoclmnccs Placo aux hcros! aro nearly ten to ono in fuvor of mi Eng"He was,' replied Rawdon, "and 1 Today tho ludy of Brothertoft manor don't see how ho has been nblo to got lishman's being n gentleman, Our mothhoro so booh, unless that is his eidolon, er country Bocmed to havo carefully dec- dines Sir Ilonry Clinton and suito. All is ready and Ludy Brothortoft bo ltis wraith nnd moves liko tho ghost in Vultatre limped forward with n plate of imated her civil and military service of huchtchcit cakes. its brutes to do tho dirty work of flog- sho loves to Imj called awaits hor dis- Hnmlet. I suppo.so ho heard that Kerr Thero wero threo headaches next tinguished guosts in her grandest attire. was going to marry tho heiress and thero ging tho Continentals. But, calm and statoly as she sits, would bo an adjutancy looking for an morning nt tho breakfast tnblo at Kerr stood boforo tho firo, ranking a Brothortoft manor. thero is now miserable panic nnd now adjutant nnd has posted up to offer picture of himself. Major Kerr carried nn enormous acho IIo didn't know I wns to havo it. A hnudsomo animal. Other womoii cmol hato in hor heart; for all tho timo In his thick His might call him lo bol hommo without sho is whispering to hersolf: Jack la in too much hurry to bo a great lous headache.tknll. know was the crapuHo it well. Every "Lucy did not kiss me. It is tho first man, Ills vanity will get him into n Mrs. Brothertof Vu touo of coutompt. IIo manner of cure, oxcopt prevention, ho had ovidontly given tho artists of tho timo in all her life. Edwin Brothertoft's ecrupo souio of thoso days." expcriiii'cutod upon. Tho Bodn water daughter hits discovered at last what I alcoholic school brandy and that brothapiuinAiiurowiuspcretiBoicnoinings had erhoodfrequent sittings. Tlioy paint am. Did ho como in a dream and tell to Liucy. And tliougn Jtcrr glowered euro did not reach his malady. Tho rubicund, nnd had- - not boon chnry of hor?" truculently, bIio listened, much to tho water euro, whether applied In tho form of pump or a wot turbun, was equally Then bIio would ruiso her oyca as far nmusciuont of Emorick nnd Rawdon. carnations in his enso. His red uniform jacket guvo him tho air of nn overgrown as those fair hands lying in hor daughLucky, porhnps, for tho dnughtor that futllo. bottlo "It couldn't havo boy. But not a frank, merry ono; nor ter's lnp no higher, no higher, or tho mamma, at tho head of tho tablo, did oven an oafish, well meaning dolt of a daughter would faco hor and think of not dotect this byplay! Sho might h.iyo ttiat has mado mo feel eo queer," "Must havo boon Jack chnp. This great boy is a bully. Hinullor the wedding riug that hor plot Is pres- Bcontcd revolt and hastened tho marurchins would BUilor under his thumb. ently to forco ujwn ono of those locked riage An hour would havo brought Andro a mawkish eongs. I uovcr could Sho could hardly keop back a tho Tartar s chuplnin; fivo minutes would itand pootry." IIo would crush a butterfly, or indocd lingers. anything gentlo and tender, without Bcrenm of wild triumph ut tho thought have clothed him in his limp surplice. ' So ho marched down to breakfast, So the mother sits nnd holds hor und iu fivo moro Lucy, still quelled by moro Rubens in complexion than ovor, much ceremony. 8o Mrs. Brothortoft seemed to think peace, such as It Is. Tho daughter tho old tyrunny, would have stammered nnd twico ns Burly. Sponding tears hud given Lucy hor as sho surveyed him, posed thero for in- waits in n strange dream of jmtiotico. "lovo, honor and o!oy" and "die." Mnjor Kerr swaggers about, admires spection, Sho was not always very attcntivo to hondacho. Sho had wept onough to fill abraco of lachrymatories. Tho pangs 8ho smiled to herself nnd thought, his legs, feols embarrassed boforo his her butterfly companion. boiiRtiitl tyrant will prenontly givn muto bet rot hod, looks at his watch and alio bent forward and sharpened when bIio bhw Adonis appear, "This Sometimes Miss Lucy Boinothitig else to do than in grumbles, "It's half past two. Dinner's looked at her mother, Bitting iu all her very red ard very grulT. Ho seemed suit mo with hor prudish airs." throo, sharp. Tho soup will bo spoiled glory botweon army and navy, and tho fairly loath mo to her now. ) (Tn bo Continued Dash It, lua'uint" Kerr repeated his if thoy don't bIiow presently." daughter's cheeks burned with shiimo. casto, in his timo, dashed freoly do you And now tho gay party enters the 8ho longed to fly away from ull this mean to hint tho girl is not fond of mo?' dining room at Brothortoft manor. splendor, Bomowhither whero who could s 'Fondt sho adored you. Seo how How bright tho sunbeams of tho Octo- dwell innocently and weep away tho she 1st Sho cannot loavo you ono ber afternoon, ricochotttug from tho sorrow iu her gentle heart. If moment." smooth Hudson into tlio windows, gleam sho had not been too bewildered by her "I'd havo you to know, madam, with on tho epaulets and buttons of ii dozen throng of battling hojert and fcara withCOUCH-CUR- E your sneer, that better mood than your gorgeous officers! Quo Bpccial ray is in, by tho clutter of tho feast and Jack daughter havo been fond of mo.' clearly detailed to signnlizo that star on Andro's mischianzu of gossip nnd "Why didn't Adonis Htay In tho homo Sir Henry Clinton's loft breast. Tho hor notions of right and wrong, market then instead of putting himself room is allunio with Bcarlet. Certainly of crime nnd punishment, would havo in tho provincial?" thoso ihtmboyunt horoes will presently becoino sadly confused. "You know why! I don't mnko any consumo away every vestigo of a rebel Questions did iudeod drift across her secret of my tlobta and my peccadillos. army. Surely, aftor a parry or two mind. You know as much nbout mo as I do against theso dress swords, the chamI do not Buccecd In entertulnlng you, " about you, my pions of freedom will drop their pointa fair lady," says Andro. "Your thoughts Sho winced a little at this conrso and ylold tfioir nocks to tho haltor. aro all for that happy follow beside familinrity, It was part of her iuovit-abl- o Each elaborato flue gentleman, too, of you," and ho looked with a llttlo sneer punishment to bo so treated. All all this bandboxy company is crowned toward Kerr, who was applying to how bitterly sho romemberod, at such with victor bays. They plnckod thorn Bottlo for tho boon of wit. words, tho reverent courtesy of hor hus- only t'other day across tho river on tho A feeling of utter despair camo over band, how bittorly, his pitying tender-nos- rampurta of Forts Clinton and Mont- poor Lucy, as ehe turned involuntarily evon when she hud dishonored him, gomery. Whpn Jack Burgoyno Bends and aUo glanced at the animal. Then bo far as his honor was in her power! down his bunch of laurel from Saratoga ,Mie drow away indignantly from the But eho hardened herself against those tho whole aro to bo tied up in ono big mnn who had put this llttlo stab into memories, and hor viudictivunoss against botniuot and dispatched to tickle the her heart. noso and tho heart of Farmer George at that dnughtor ? his grow moro cruel. 'Are there no gentlemen In tho world?" "You must allow," continued Kerr, Windsor castlo. ehe thought. "Do inoti dare to speak so "tUal you got w doro cheap." BJr Henry Clinton no lew Ocar and look bo at other young ladleer' Jf 71: light-weigh- WintHor iS Gen-er- ipse hands in tho grand hostess and takes his seat at her right, How jolly ho looks, tho fat little mari! How his round faco shines, and his proturborant noso begins to glow with inhaling tho steam of tho feast! "I must havo you on my left, admiral," says tho hostess to a hearty gentleman in naval uniform, "Thank you for my promotion, madam," rojoins Commodore Hothnm, dropping into his place. At tho head of hor table, then, sits Lady Brothortoft, proud and' hnudsomo, flaukod by tho two chiefs. And down n on cither sido tho guests dtsposo iu belaurelod vista. Major Kerr takes tuo fojtof tho table. Ho carves well for ovorybody and best for himself. Two &ioonfuls of suuco blancho float his choico portion of tho Albany beef. Tho liver of tho turkoy ho accepts as carver's perquisites. And when ho comos to cut tho saddlo of venison plenty of dolicato llttlo scraps qnlto too small to offer to others find their way to his plato. Luoy is, at his right. What? in high spirits? in gay colors? Has sho bo soon become n hypocrito and conspiralress? them-Bolvo- S3S3S-3CS-M3:- Q m mother-in-law?- FOR XMAS COAL VASES, CARVERS, KNIVES . CO FORKS, PLATED WARE, 0 CO CHILDREN'S SETS, GUNS P AMMUNITION Of nil descriptions. ib-s- a Al'-Td- ll :$ Al'-I'K- It Itroth-citri- ft uiiw l'lsh-ki- ll T Chas-Bour- s, PAYNE OLOVERPORT, B & CO. KY. 2 Iji r, v6ni-eo- n 3Hl W The Garrett Fence Machine. I'nr weaving picket anil wire fence to the po.ti Nnt excelled by nny (or rrmly ct In the field. care, fccil and perfect work. I'nrty to sixty rodt n day can he woven. The wire for a three double strand picket fence can be bought for 9 to 11 cent, per rod. Guaranteed to L'lvc perfect Heferencct Cltlrem1 National utlfarilon. Hank, Mantficld, Onln. A aixx active agent wanted In every county and township In the United htutci. Good wages and eas work Will sell one machine nt wholesale where I have no agent. Also wlru und other fencing material ut wholesale. Illustrated circular and terms free. Address him-eol- f. S. H. GARRETT, Patentee and Manufacturer, MimMfUilcl, Ohio. CLARENCE M. GORDON, Instructor In Hi TaB sb x-.'- been-t'othe- r Shorthand and Typewriting. Also (In connection with Weaver's lluslness College.) Ilook.keipinir, l'en iiiaiishlp mid Arithmetic. The Graham System, Cullgruph und ItcinlugtwiTypc-writerThe only College In the Slate of Kentucky Indorsed by Ufhelal I(e porters. K.lahllshcd In iti;i, and during the first year s. Ono Hundred Sixteen wire 1 Pupils 3icrBBHllilllllllllllwlw'!if joul-Oti- to THE BEST and anodyne expectorant, This speaks for Itself, We get you a situation ns soon as you become oinpetent tn hold one, deferences Charles A. Graham nnd i.larcniu K. Walker, the leading Official iiennirrniiliirs for the cltv. Write tn them for Information, l'or catalogue address, CLARENCE M. GORDON, Cor. fourth .V Market Sts, I.OUISVIM.R, KY. sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssH Usssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssk ? T sssssssHsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssVB' J. 0. DOUHNK, J. M. IIABPEIt, DANIEL DR00K8 com-plimo- BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO,, AYER'S Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SUEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, iKY. mothor-ln-law.- Cherry Pectoral e, soothes the inflamed membrane and induces sleep. Prompt to Act sure to cure. Job Printing In le. at this Offic? sis 1 THEL Breckenridge NO D. A -- BRRGKRNRIDGE NEXWS, GLOVEXR3PORT, KY. News. 1, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY Proprietor!. 1893. VIIIGII. O. II A1IHAGR, K.lltors and Tiik Ni:ws Ib glad to noto that tlio landHAROINSOURC DEPARTMENT, lords and JounnU of this town hnvo settled their difllcultics. It is not good for L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. nny community to hnvo such dissensions. OOlNfl WKHT. Capital nnd labor should bo ou tho best I'asienger Dally arr. Itardlniburg..l2:42 p.m. of terms. Neither ono is entirely indeOOlilO (AST. Rubbers. 2 Rubbers. i' pendent of tho other. Cleveland has not taken his seat yet, but if tho present is an indication of what wo ou A sob of A nnriKSS. m entering nro to hnvo under his Administration, it addret of your paper changed alwayt ghe the old will certainly please the Democrats. Alwayt girt a well at th new addret. count and ttnti. If your paper U not Pkriiai-- tho oldest cano now In Kenteited regularly, notify ut. tucky, says tho Gleaner, is to bo found In If you tend m an order fur new tultcriler It is ono hundred yenrs pleat allow ut a teeek to get the name on the litt Henderson. and paper tlarted before you writ a complaint, old and was presented by John Randolph at we art very much crowded now. to Hen Hardin. Mr. Hardin presented Mrs. in lime. tlio cano to his Do not forgtt to male your renewal Watch your direction tag and tee when your II. Clay Elliot, over thirty years ngo, nnd expire. The nejrt fix month will be full has it in her possession. of interttt, and you thnuld not mitt a tingU copy sho still Send of THE nRKGKKSIllliat: A'EWX. your order atleatt a week in advance to male pott-offic- e, HI, li. X T, Local Time Card. 10.01 a.m. Mall and Expreu going Eait -- 10.44 a.m. " Weil " 5.57 p.m. Kxpreii " Etit l 9.48 p.m. ' Weft L,oca. jTrelght 11.19 a.m. " Eait -- lO.Oia.m. " " Weit It., l'auengor Dally arr. Hardlniburg.. 7(50 a.m TiutKK months ngotho Republicans predicted nil sorts of diro results to tho country of tho election of Cleveland. Mr. tf grand-daught- ture. It may not tale a week in every inttanct ; will get them on a toon at jmttille, NOTICBthe label on your paper. IT your tirnc haiciplrcd picnic renew. II you do not want the paper pleatc droy in n pottal card to that effect. Don't let the piper run on for three or l month! and then aay you did not order It, and refune to piy for It. A happy new How's This. year to nil our patrons. Wu.t. tlio city council please turn on Hits gas. A firu nt Hartford, Ky., Inst week nlwut $?,000 worth of property. dis-troy- Tiik News hoa no reason to complain. lt business for 'O'Jl was very satisfactory Don't neglect your ndvcstislng. Tlio dull season is tlio very time you need it most. CiVKin-oitnever had n more prosperous year in nil her history than the one just passed. Hon. Tli oh. S. l'ettit lias just cleared n cool ?i:),000 on n little real estate deal in Daviess county. Ik Mr. Carlisle knows what is j;ood for him, he had better let that cabinet position severely alone. FuTTKn's Southern Magazine for .Janua- ry is the handsomest and most entertaining number yet published. Ouu streets nnd sidewalks are a little disfigured, but this state of affairs iseoni-mo- u you know in nil live towns. 171,01-i- Cai.iiounia adopted, by a majority of n projKsition looking to the elec, tion of United States Senators by direct popular vote. Hr a judicial decision in regard to the vote of a contested product in North Dakota, It is settled that all the vote of that Stnto will he cieit for Weaver. C'iioi.kih continues to slowly spread itwlf in Hamburg, in spite of the eold, and it is feared the warm weather will bring about a terrible epidemic. "Srnvws show which way the wind blows." Independent Democratic (?) newspapers call Judge Walter (J. (Iresh-ain- , n mugwump, because he oted for Clevolaud. It is hard to tell which is to he the most important public event in the United Suites this yenr, the opening of the base ball heason or the World's Fair at Chicago. Says the Owensboro .Messenger, there were in bond in Daviess county alone, 7,17.'l,7i:i gallons of spirits on December 1st. This will put into the National Treasury 0,l50,:i 11.70 Sknatou Stewart, of Nevada, pronounces the monetary conference a fraud, and says if the two old parties do not better themselves on the silver (piestion, tlio I'opulist will elect the President in I81K). l'jiKsiuu.vr Harrison is soon to have the apimlntment of another Presidential post- master in tlio State. This time it is the nt Greenville, which becomes Presidential January 1st. The salary is iiost-ofllcu $1,000. Tiik report comes from Washington Fourth-clas- s s in Kentucky are rustling their resignations in there by the doens. This must be a mistake, and it is time folks should quit lying on the Hepublicaus. that the tiost-mnstcr- p Many subscribers think it strango that they have been taking tlio Nkwh bo long Notice and never received u premium. Thoy should understand that it was only n few Mit, W. T. Owen, of Owensboro, tlio I hnvo purchased tlio entire stock of Cloverport Steam ami will months ago that tho Nr.wshit upon tlio Circuit Judge, elect, in that district, was the hands in it as soon plan of giving to every paid up subborn in Itrcckunridgu county in July, place n set of ns I can possibly get them from scriber n premium. This is douo now in 1KKI. He was at one time deputy clerk Hopingyoii will slioio your pat- every instnnco. under Joe Allen nt Hnrdiiisburg. He ronage, I am, Resiiectfully, Mis. Kiln May Norris, of Indianapolis, W. R. Kvlbii. went to Owensboro In IMS practiced law Ind.. formerly Miss Ella Crawford, nnd nnd was eminently successful. Tim os and Places of Holding; tho Cir- her father, Mr. Sam Crawford, of Wob-stccuit Coirts in tho Ninth Judicial wore hero yesterday. Tho object of At tlio beginning of this good New District. their visit was to proparo a deed from Yenr, there appears to bo plenty of money Mr. Crawford to his daughtor for tho in the country nnd business Is looking An Act fixing the time mid terms of up. Tlio act is more apparent now than tho Circuit Court in the Ninth Judicial homo place nt Webster. Tho consideration was $500 cash iu hand paid. Mrs. It has been for some I lino. Wages are District, places them as follows: Norn's is reputed to bo very wealthy, nnd want mid good, icoplo buy what they Grayson county, First Monday in Janpay for it, nnd you hear but little talk of uary, April and September; eighteen ju- resides in Indianapolis. Her father is to return thcro with her, where ho will hard times. llrst-clas- Tiik leaders of the Peoples' party have recently held a conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, when they Issued an address to their members to stand linn in the faith. They still declare their intention not to nillliato with either of the old parties. Wo oflerOno Hundred Dollars Reward for nny case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. CO., Props., Toledo, 0. F. J. CHENEY Wo tho undersigned, hnvo known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him pcr'ectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out nny obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, wholesalo Druggists, ToMarvin, ledo, O., Walding, Kinnan Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Mr. John Riley subscribed for the Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, Nkwh last week nnd got a pair of nice acting directly upon the system. Price, cud buttons. 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Mrs. Rurl Heard spent last Saturday Testimonials free. and Sunday at Fordsvillo visiting Mrs. Dullby. BEWLEYVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Monarch spent last Saturday nnd Sunday visiting relatives Christinas trado was very brisk. in the country. School Monday, January 9th. Mr. I). II. Severs is anxious to dispose .Mr. W. W. Keitli wiuin Louisville lust of his interest in the old Hambleton week. Hotel property. Prof. Givens is visiting his family in W. K. Rarnes has begun tho building Indiana. of a law ofllce on the vacant lot adjouin-in- g Mr. Robt. McGlothlan, of Irvington, Mrs. TiefTs. was in town Thursday. Mr. Robert Rhodes was in town SatMisses Lena Drury and Lucy Frank are urday nnd renewed his yenr's subscriptvisiting in Hardinsburg. ion to the Ni:ws. Mr. W. II. Cain, jr., has just purchased Go and tell your friends that they can a handsome Steinway piano. get all the fresh bread they want from Miss Blanche Jolly is visiting Mr. and Hardin & Hrown. Mrs. R. M. Jolly in IxMiinvillo. Miss Lucy Frank and Miss Iviia Rev. G. F. Ctindiir preached at the M. Drury, Hewloyville, aro the guests of K. church on New Year's Day. Miss Lillie Scott this week. Miss Lula Jolly was with Mr. nnd Mrs. A small baby ring was picked up in W. J. Piggott it few da b last week. o tlio the other day. The Miss Katie llurckhnrdt left Wednesday owner can get it by calling on Mr. Has-wol- l. to attend sciiool at Kentucky college. Miss Clara Jordan enteitained tlio During the holidays Mrs. W. W. Vesyoung people on Wednesday evening. sels received a very handsome shawl Mrs. Chas. Stitli and daughter, Nellie, from friends in Ononsboro, a Christmas are visiting in Mcado county this week. present. Read the advertisement of Witt A ('apt. Pennington and son, Charles, spent a portion of tlio holidays in LouisMendor in another column. They are ville. reliable merchants and what they say in Mr. Ernest Hardaway spent the holitlio Ni:ws can bo vouched for. days with his parents, Mr. and Airs. T. P. All pursniis indebted to us at tlio beHardaway. ginning of tlio New Year must come forMr. Ciias. II. Drury nnd family are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Aloiio Mooremeu at ward and tattle. Old accounts must bo squared uj. Witt & Meador. llraudciihurg. Piles of People hao piles, but Mr. Willis Ijiwsoii went to Lebanon last week to attend the marriage of his Witch Hazel Salvo will euro sister, Misj Lva. them. Short it Haynes, Cloverport, nnd Captain Hart well, of Louisville, was Heard A Heelt r, Hardinsburg, Ky. the guest of l'npt. Will IVmiiiigtoii for a Regin tlio New Year by taking the few days last week. vote in your family that ull your grocerMiss Ien:i Colbi'rt, of Lewisport, is visiting tlio family of her undo, Hon. ies he bought of Hardin & Hrown. they are cheaper than nny other Charles Hlanfoid. house iu town. Mr. ICdgar U'wis, of Cincinnati, snout last week with Ids sistir, Mrs. K. L. lien-ucHut for a little timely interference Mr. at Summer Seat. Pat. Dillon's dwelling would have Miss Ilettie Drury after spending the been destroyed by flro last week. A holidays at home, returned to irvington and sciiool Monday morning. bla.e was detected about a defective flue and piit out iu timo' to save the propMiss II. Ada Drury who lias been erty. spending the holidays at homo, returned Wednesday to Kentucky college, Powee Master Willie Stith and his little sisValley. ter, Mary, who have been for some time Mrs. Harrison, of Iouisvillo, returned witli their aunt, Mrs. Charlie Heston, home Sunday nights after a week's visit left Tuesday morning for Texas, to W. N. Drury and family and other where they will join their father. They relatives. will make the trip alone. Miss Maggie Hollo Paul went to LebaMr. F. K. Rhodes, tho new Bhcriu"imd non last week to art as .Maid of Honor at Ids deputies were in town Monday nnd the wedding of Iter friend, Miss En Law-sowhich occurred at that place ou the (pialilled, and entered upon the discharge evening of December L'8. Miss Ijiwsoii of their duties. Mr. R. S. Skillman who is a native of this place where she is highly esteomed for her many Morling succeeds himself as Circuit Court clerk, virtues, and where she has many friends also qualified and gave bond. who wish her unbounded hapoiucss and Miss Ilallio Heeler gavo n delightful prosperity. masquerade party to her friends last Thursday night. About fourteen couple Chamberlain A Co, Dos Moines, Iowa, all young boys nnd girls of tho town, desire to inform the public that tliey are were present mid enjoved tho evening manufacturers of the most sueconsf ul prehugely. After tho party was over, tlioy paration that lias yet been produced for were treated to an elegant lunch, spread coughs, colds and croup. It will loosen by Miss Ilallio. ami relievo a severe cold in less time At the annual meeting of tho e than any other treatment. Tho article Ixjdgo No. 07, Freemasons, hero is Chamberlain's Cough Ilome-dreferred to It is a medicine that has won fame the 27th, the following ollicorswero electand popularity ou its merits and one that ed for the ensuing year. T. J. Jolly, W M.; can be depended upon. It is the only Abo Meador, S. W j Chintz. Royalty, J known remedy that will prevent croup. Wj Andrew Driskel, Treasurer; John 1 It must be tried to be appreciated. It is Haswell, Secretary; Richard Davis, Steward nnd Tylor. put up in 'Joe. and 50c. and $1 bottles. t Mr. John Hook is quite sick. Two horses nnd wagon for salc-vTa- y-, lor Heard. Deputy Sheriff C. 11. Miller will como to town to live. Twelve-year-ol- d Monarch whisky ut W. W. Vessel's. Mr. Ren. J. Mnttingly, of Rock Lick, was here n few days last week. Mias I Initio May was at homo during the holidays from Rig Rend, Ind. Mr. A. T. Hook, New Albany, bos been visiting hero tho post week. Miss Nannie Pool from Yelvington, Ky., was visiting hero last week. When you go to Irvington stop at the now hotel kept by C. D. Pickerel. A. X. Kinchcloo Fold a lot on Main street last week to Kntol Sutton for $220. Mr. Ed. nnd Jcsso Mattingly, of Daviess county, were hero visiting last week. Emmn Lee Itustan filed suit against Frank L. Rustan for divorce last Saturday. Abo Sklllman, Webster, was here last week visiting Ids father, Mr. R. S. Skill-ma- Rubber Shoes, ;;; Rubber Boots, Dosascacoacnca ccDaaaoaaaaaazn iPORi Clothin o Boots and Shoes, ' Arctics, cocaccccccccca Alaskas, , 7 ft 5ii V Ladies' Rubbers, VVWVWVWVVVVWVVVVYWVVVVVVVWVVWWVVVVVVV Children's Rubbers, vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvivvvvvyvvvwvwvw Men's Rubbers, VVVVVVVVVVVWVVVWWVWVWVVVVWVVW Hats and Caps O-O ;p- - n. TO CO., SMART Wm. Vest & Sons, Rubbers. BRANDENBURG. Captain Rallard was iu town last Wednesday. Miss Agness Malin enjoyed the holiday in Louisville. Dr. Hurch, of Payncsville, was in town Inst Wednesday. Watch Meeting at tlio Methodist church lost Saturday night. Mrs. C. C. Fairleigh has returned from her visit to Paducali. Jess Herndon had n pleasant visit to Judge Raw lings' family last week. Mr. Rruner spent last week with his daughter, Miss Isalielle, at Mrs. Goughs. Mrs. J. K. Ditto gavo her daughter, Miss Peggy, an entertainment last Thursday night. Herbert Worland returned to Cecilia college last Sunday nfter a short vacation at home. Misses Rertlia Lewis nnd May Ptisoy returned last Monday to Welleslycolhgo, Louisville. Mr. Harnett, of Leavenworth, Ind.,was a guest at last week to see ono of our very sweetest damsels. Miss Ella Dowden, accompanied by her friend, Miss Pearl Miller, of Cloverport, spent the holidays at home. Misses Hess and Riancho Allen, Lula, Minnie and Alice Rland and Lena t, had littlo socials during tlio past week. Schools all opened Monday, but it will take Boveral days to get tho machinery oiled and tho wheels running in tho old routine. No ono hcio received last Monday, except of course tho salutation, "Happy Now Year 1" which same dear Nkws, I extend to you and tho homes you enter. I am glad to announce that my neigh bor and our popular Attorney, Hon. Cliapezo Wnthon, is Bitting up nnd convalescing most satisfactorily. Mr. Rhodes' sister, Miss Adeline, Friday. Shu nnd Miss Fannio Rhodes will leave about tho 8th for n protracted visit to Washington nnd Nelson counties. Tlio skating Reason has been nt its height and tho boys and girls havo had lots of genuino fun. Tlio woro full when tho rain enmo to open the river and resume navigation. A difficulty occurred in Paynesvillo last week, tho particulars of which I could not gather. However, a young man by tho namo of John Prather was shot by tho constable, Georgo Cliisui. Tho wound has not proved fatal. In the "Young Churchman" received, is n touching, beautiful piece, "Awako Thou that Sleepest," from tho pen of Miss L. L. Robinson, of Grahatnpton. Sho draws interesting truths from tho text npplicnblo to tho nd vent Season just ended. As I said previously, no gaieties, but n uniformly pleasant, quiet holiday. Thoso who havo attended services havo no doubt been spiritually bleased, while Bomo who hnvo remained nt homo havo boon equally blessed. At Inst it !b not what wo henr or rend, but what wo that is part of the mind eternal nnd Is tho only trensuro wo can carry into that beyond which awaits us. No-vit- CLOVERPORT, KY. Who will pay your railroad fare for every purchase of $15.00 worth. Rubbers. Commissioner's Notices. OVERCOATS ARE IMMENSE. K dkkokeniudok ciucuit court Kale h. Dennett, Adm'r.,... ) Plaintiff, VNoticeln Equity. ti. Oulah Dennett, Ac Defendant. .J All perrnni baring elalmi ngalnit tbeeitate of IMgar IlenDett, deo'd, are hereby notified tn produce their elalmi before mo properly proven, at my office In Itardln'burg, on or before tbe FIH8T MONDAY IN APRIL, next. fllven under my band at Commliiloner of aid Court, thli 15th day of December, 1892. V. 0. DABBaQK, C. B. 0. 0. HKCKENRIDOE VI. mm&BBBmmBBB& post-olllc- On Easy Payments Stoves, Furniture, CIRCUIT COURT : Andrew Frank, Admo'r....'! IMnlntuT, j Suian E. Frank, veiendant. Alt penoni having elalmi agatnit tbe eitate of Andrew Frank, dee'd, are hereby notified to their elalmi before me, at ray office, In nrdlmburit, properly proven, on or before the SECOND MONDAY IN FEBRUARY, 1892. Given Notice In equity. De-Wit- t's under my hand, tbti litb day of December, 1892. V. 0. Dabbaqic, 0. II. 0. 0. TMIECKENRIDOE CIRCUIT COURT: J. S. tt Plaintiff. Notice In Equity. j Defendant. II. 0. Morton, Ac All permni having elalmi agnlnit the eitate of II 0. Martin, dee'd. are hereby notlded to produce their elalmi before roe, at my office, in Hardlniburg, properly proven, on or before the SECOND MONDAY IN FEURUARY, Morton, Admo'r vi. ) Carpets, Heaters, Shades, Comforts, Blankets, Lace Curtains, Baby Carriages, Sewing Machines, Clocks, Trunks, Etc., Etc. Mirrors, In order to make large sales we shall Sell on very small payments. Our prices are low and terms to suit you 1892. Olven laid Court, tbii under my hand as Commliiloner of 15th day of December, 1892. V. O. IUnruor, 0. 13. 0. O. 0. T. ADAMS, Mg'r. J. hh RILEY, CLOVERPORT, KY. Strayed. Small black and while Jersey cow, right horn . W. (OKOAN. off. Return to HRN YOU GO "TO LOUISVILLE Inspect our fino lino of Hreck-enridg- y. FIMMIRH Parlor Suices, Wardrobes, Folding Beds, Chiffoniers, Tf (KvitttHtn.ti Y For sale by A. R. Fisher. nvnvifuitm in fniinil in nilrHt.dnRX house. ltr. DON'T FORGET I Tlint wo mnnufneturo s Clneiu-clnnat- i. Smoking Lounges, Book Oases, Etc. Eto. r, Mattress, OF ALL KINDS. Ladies' Desks; Tea Tables,', Side Boards, Secretaries, Hat Backs, Oabinets, Etc. Eto. -- 0 WOOD'S PHOPHODINE Tlio Grout i:ii;llli Ilcnietly-. mmmM . Anil that our facilities for repair work r and roupholHtorlnjj can not bo Bur Til pasBcd. CtinvuH Work of all kinds to order. Harper, tho negro who assaulted, Miss Anderson ut Howling Green was by n mob of taken from the court-hous- e n thousand men nnd carried to tho fair grounds nnd hung. Tho men were unmasked and did their work in short order. Death certain ami sure is the fato of every negro that attempts to assault a white woman in this State, Tlio negroes understand this too, but occasionally, ono undertakes to got lu his hellish work. Hon ridical days. Mondo county, Rrnndenburg, Fourth .Monday in January, Aptil and September, twelve days. Ilrcckonrldgo county, Hardinsburg, Second Monday In February, May and October, eighteen days. Hardin county, Elizabcthtowu, First Monday In March, Juno and November. Thcro nro twenty-fou- r juridical days for tho Mnrvh nnd Juno terms, nnd thirty juridical days for tho November term. make his future home. Children Cry for Pitchor's Castorla. When naby waa ck, w garo her Caitorla. Vfhta alio waa a Clill J, alio cried tor Caitorla, When aha becarno llln, iho clung to CoatorU, When aba had Children, aha cava them Caat oria. 1'romptly and perm a ncntly curei all fnriniof Ncroui U'eakneia. ltmli. w.z.nK-'ilom. Spermatorrhea. Iin potency and all cfTccti of lleen (HvTCamNSK AbUM or Uxceitei,ycara In prcKNbeil over 3J ihniitnmlA nt rmml la Iha llefure and After, only Reliable and Honc.t Medicine known. A.k drugKl't for Woon'a I'lloil'HOOlNK If he olTcri omc worthlcit medicine In I'lnco of tlili, leave hit dlihoneit .tore, In. dote price In letter, and we will lend by return nail. I'rlcc, one package, fit ili.fj. One will pleate, ill will cure, l'atnphlel In plain icaled envelope, a atainp.. Addien ArrnHl-CB'a- Sckupp & Schmidt M'P'G CO., 421-42- 5 W. Market Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. iji Woodward avenua Detroit. Mich,. p8u Sold In Cloverport by C. C, Martin, and uruguliti every where. Tlio Wood Cliomlcnl Co. THR BRRCKMRIDGR NW9, GLOYERPOR, KY. Breckenridge LOCAL News. J, 18WJ. VKDNE8DAY, JANUARY BREVITIE8. ili SHyc BSc. - Viit ' - i ?f a - .. ttfadefc 3. & hm- 2TV Mrs. H. Fialivr is putting n now fence . nround Iter farm. Mrs. David Cully vIbHciI relatives nt Irviuglon last week. Mrs. Charley I.lKhtfoot Is visiting her father nt Sorghotow n. Wo learn tliat Mrs. Georgo Kurtz, of Vobsterj is seriously ill. Hov. It. T. Hrunorls holding a protracted meeting in Tolln8j)ort. .Too Hall says that his children did not bother him forXmns gifts. Mr. Ernest Carson, of Louisville, is visiting relatives in tills city. Mr. Chas. P. lawyer, of Owenshoro. visited his homo hero Sunday. Mr. II. C. Morton is building a now rcsldenco nt Third and tlio river. Ilissido whiskers James T. Stewart, of Webster, was in the city Friday. Miss Etta Halo left for her homo in Loulavilto last week to remain all winter. John Cumpton, Will l'nyno and John Gibson, of Dry Valley, were in the city Friday. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Ferry and Mies Jennie Warfleld spent last Friday in Henderson. This greatest medicine known issold nt 25 and 5o cenU per packago tit Short & Haynea. Mr. and Mrs. Henvin Tucker, of wero in the city Sunday visitrelatives. ing Frank McGnry, of Ilardinsburc, was tho guest of his sister, Mrs. Tliomns Low!, lust week. Miss Iluth Ilaynes spent several days last week visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Hunter, near Sample. Mr. John 11. Jarboo is greatly improving his farm on tho piko by building now fences, clearing ground etc. Mrs Hassett, tho popular landlady of tho Hassett Hotel, returned Inst week from a visit to relatives in Meade county. W. C. Cunningham, of McConnell & Cunningham, commission merchants, of Louisville, was in tho city last Saturday. Tho steamer John C. Fisher with a (onplo of government dredge boats in tow passed up last Thursday plowing tho ice. Mr. Henry Haldauf, formerly of this city, but now of Henderson, was here last week circulating among his old friends. As a homo remedy for throat and lung diseases, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is invaluable. Druggists now hnvo Ayer's Almanac. Miss Jennie Green, of Fnlls of Hough, who have been visiting fiiends and relatives hero during tho holidays, returned homo Monday. Episcopal service will bo held in tho Presbyterian church next Monday night thoOth instat"::5() oclouk. All aro cordially invited. Mr. David Mattingly and Miss Magirio Mattlngly wero married last week in tho parlors of tho Nov. Father Hennesy of tho Catholic church. J. M. Dames, the cleverTexaslineman, went to Hock Haven last we"k to establish a telegraph ofllco. .It is only placed thero for temporary purposes. Sweet breath, sweet stomach, eweet temper, all result from tho uso of Do Witt's Littlo Early Hisers, tho famous little pills. Short & Ilaynes, Cloverport; and Heard A; Heeler, Hardinsburg. Mrs. James Mattingly, neo Miss Mary Wilson, camo homo Wednesday tt attend tho wedding of Mr. David Mattingly and Miss Maggie Mattingly, and to visit her father, Mr. Jonas Wilson. Stop-henspo- Huy rubbers of Vest. Vest received tliiB week new rubber. GoodlucK wrapped up in every pared at Sulzer's. Courtney Duncan returned to Louisville Sunday. Mis. Edgar is visiting rolativtsin Hopkins county. Seo tlioso new rubber shoes at Vi st's for Missis and children. Fred Fraizo and Georgo Henlly went to Louisville last Sunday. Canned goods for thoso who an out of fresh vegatnbles-Sulzer- s. Groceries delivered by Sulzer'slnaketh tho housewife to rejolco. W. A.Hayborn spent the holidays at his old homo, Earllngton, Ky. MUh Ikttio Howmer returned to her school in Louisville Monday. Miss Delia Wilson spent Cliiit-tmnwith friends near Stephonsport. David C. lkrndon, of Dakota, is visiting his old homo near Irviiigtou. Wantkd Six imported dudes. For paticulars inquire of .Hal Murray. Mr. Charles Sorinson, of Grayville, III., is tho guest of Miss Evelyn Hicks. Draw a lino nbout town and you'll find that tho center of tho circle is Sulzer's. Great Holds of ico wero floating down tho Ohio yesterday rubbimr both banks. Miss Nannio Wilson spent Christmas week in Tobinsport the guest of friends. II. McCoy, of West Point, succeeds Mr. Stiles as operator at tin) Texas depot. Mr. Jack Powers and family wero tho guests of MrH. Mary Wilson Christmas week. Mr. Craig Crecelius, of Dig Spring, Ky., is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Har-tle-s. s i Mr. John Denn, of Glundeane, spent this city Inst week. It was his first visit in six months, nnd ho was surprised at tho growth of tho old town in that timo. He thinks Cloverport has a grent future. Freight shipments over tho Texas from this city during the mouth of December wero 71 ears coal, 55cara brick and 17 cars forest products. Totnl business for tho month 45,61)0 12, an increase overtho same month last year of $1, 174.00. Tho capacity of the Pntton Hrick works aro being increased by tho building of twenty now tunnels, each 120 feet long. When these nro conipltto these works will be second to none, and when they open up again they will turn out as many brick in a day as any plant in the V. S. Headache is tlio direct result of Indigestion nnd stomach disorders. Hemedy these by using Do Witt's Littlo Early Hisers, and your headaeho disanears. Tho favorite littlo pills overywhero. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, nnd Heard & Heeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Never before lias thero been such great winter sport ns within tho Inst week. Tho skating on Patton's lnke has been indulged in by big, little, young nnd old, white and black, male and female. Tho elite, poor white trash and niggers hnvo nil met on a slmulnr surface (the surface of tho lake) and enjoyed themselves to their hearts content. n few days In sayE.i'avxwwfB 3 Henry Winter. Wm J. Winter. Johu M. Corntracger. raS3SSSS3SS8i i1' MjKMs2 &) c T Jm h 1 Tho time is now nt hand when n good many persons "swe.ir oil'" Bomo of their bad lmbits if not ull of them and "turn n new leaf "' so to speak. Tho idea is not a bad ono. But, while in the humor, many ought to swear off buying Shoddy Clothing fiom irrcfipotiBiblo houses and como to us for Uwn Mnko" more money. If it I t rvf05l.v7il 1 JjfWJ l "Our a 1 tho befit in the world, Swenr off nt once. won't cost you 4Hw At l THE OLD AINJD TJdLU 1N-U- -- new- 1 CO. Eg i :i JULIUS WINTER & "OLD RELIABLE" CLOTHIERS, Cor. Third and Markot Stroots. i I 1 i 4i -- ! Stock must bo moved nt once to prepare for Spring Trade. Hero Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Handall, who have been visiting in Ohio, returned home Saturday. Miss Evn Ilerndon, of Hrandenbung, camo down yesterday to visit Mlra Dr. Halo' Household Ointment Is tl(e finest remedy in tho world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Hheumntism. Cures Piles like magic. Cures salt rheum in tlio most soothing manner. Cures inllamcd and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs find Colds. Can bo taken Internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Hruis-eHums, Chilblains, Sores of longstanding, Corns and bunions nro cured quickly; different from nil else; superior to all olse; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. Iargo size chtnpest, Sold nt Short it Ilaynes' drug store. s, LOUISVILLE, KY. IraigrJvii: . LI n?-?--iS-C? ARE OFFERED YOU Especial bargains in Winter Fabrics that will be just the thing. J i I HARDINSBURG- - TiiTrs UA.KUALHB SUU i nr-- fc s r-- x r-r i NORMAL INSTITUTE! Winter Term of eight weeks opens Monday, Jan. 2JJ, 1SD3. Spring Term of eight weeks opens Monday, Miroh 20, 1893. eight weeks opens Monday, May Hi, 1S93. Summer Term-of HAVE WAITED EOlt 1 I Si Until af er tho Holiday crash aro now at hand Come bofore the very best chances aro gone. Ask to seo our lino of Blankets, Comforts, Etc. Laliolst. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mcador, of Skill-mareturned from Jeil'ersonville, I nil. yesterday. Mr. Joseph Cashman Jr. and daughter Lydia, of Union Star, wero in tho city Monday shopping. MLss Anna Gardiner, of Ilardinsbuig, returned to her school nt Harboursvlllo last Monday. J. D. Habbago and wifo spent Monday Mr. Win. Ditto, witli his brother-in-lanear Hrandenburg. Jesso Wcthciholt was thrown from a horse a few days ago, and had his wrist dislocated by tho fall. Charley Skillman went to Morganfleld lust week to visit Ids wife, whoso health is gradually improving. Dili you notice tho now triple-plateware at Sulzer's? It will wear longer than memory. a Mr. and Mrs. James Owen, of Glen-deanwero tho guests of Dr. Owen a few days during tho holidays. Mr. Felix Monroe, wifo and four children, of Glendeane, aro visiting their daughter in Hanover, Ind., this week. W. 0. Allen, tho clover agent of tho Texas, has ono of tho now souvenir CO cent pieces, the first that has nppeared in this city. Hot-toMiss Emma English, of Hob-i- ts visited relatives at Hrandenburg during the holidays, returning homo Sunday. It wasn't what Jay Gould made, but what he saved, that made him talked about. Savo your dollars by trading with Sulzer's. n, d CUSTER. Write it 189.1. Johnny Meador, Hig Spring, was in o, Mrs. Jennie Jablno spent Beveral dajs Hia-shear ,;;:f' ' ' Ml 4- - am - wifiim. 1 - . donburg. Somebody to toll Oscar Aiexaiidor how to mix water and coal oil so as to keep in cold weather. the water Tho wind from tho North blows sharp Another young man who believes an nnd keen, nnd bad ellects of colds nro egg can bo concealed in his clothing so it soon. One Minute Cough Cnro so Bafo can't bo found by a Custer boy. nnd sure, will quickly perform a wonSomebody to tell us why n certain young &. Ilaynes, Cloverport Short Charles Sorenson, of Kvnnsville, who drous euro. fc Hardinsburg, Ky M. I), is called "Hulgor" by tho young Heeler, Heard used to work in tho Cloverport Marblo nnd people has been is tho guest of Mr. J. E. Keith. Tho Daily Courier-Journworks, Tho timo chnng tl from 8 a. m. to 0.30 Mr. Sorenson is an unusual 'genius and reduced in price io 2 cents n copy, nnd n. m. for tho departure of tlio Custer mail , can cut anything 'rom a fine monument $0.00 a year by mall. It will bo deliverso our P. M. nnd Ills nsistant can finish in marblo to a monkey out of a peach ed by carrier in this city at 12 cents a out their morning imps every day in the seed. week. wcok without being disturbed. Mrs. Hassett has sold her holel outfit Dr. F. M. Smith has just received n Somebody to toll us why Htg Spring letter from Maj. Henry T. Stanton stat- to Mr. G us Gibson, of Sample, who will whiskey causes a nun to rido homo ing that ho will ho in Cloverport on Jan. tako possession this week nnd in tho his sa Idle. 10th to deliver a Heading and Kocltntion future tho Hassett Hotel will bo known 'Somobody to toll Sun Carman that Gibson House, which fs a noted undor tho auspices of A. 0. U. W. It as tho Christmas is too cold a timo to go a Hoc will bo n grand treat for tho people of hotel name. hunting. Small in size, great in results: Do Witt's Cloverport to hear such a distinguished poet as tho aujhor of tho "Moneyless Littlo Early Hisers. Host pills for ConstiDeserving Praiso. pation, host for Sick Headache, best for V Man." Wo desire to sny to our citizens, that Stomach. They never gripe. Short Mr. William T. Prleo, a Justlco of tho Sour A Ilaynes, Cloverport, nnd Heard A Heel-o- r, for years wo have been selling Dr.King's Poaco, at Hichland, Nebraska, was conNow Discovery for Consumption, Dr. Hardinsburg, Ky. fined to his bed last winter with a severe King's New Life Pills, Hucklen's Arnica The. now timo tablo on the Texas goes attack of lumbago; but a thorough apSalve and Electric Hitters, and liavo plication of Chamberlain's Pain Halm en- into effect to day. There is no material never "handled remedies that sell as well, abled lilm to get up and go to work. Mr. change in tho running of tho passenger or that have given such universal satistrains with tho exception of No. 53 faction. Prleo says : "Tho Hemedy cannot bo Wo do not hesitate to guarnn-to- o too highly." Lot any one which arrives hero at U:!tO p. in; instead thorn overy time, and wo sUuid ready troubled with rheumatism, neuralgia or of 0: 10. Tho local freight, cast bound to refund the purchase price, if satisfaclumo back glvo it a trial and thoy will arrives at 1:25 p. in. instead of 11 a. in tory results do not follow their use. bo of tho same opinion. 50c. bottles for Travelers may learn a lesson from Mr Those remedies hnvo won their great Bale by A. It. Fishor. popularity purely on their merits. For O. D. Cone, n promlnet attorney, of Pur-kcDakota, wliosays: "I novor leave Side by Short it Haynes, druggists. Any Person homo without taking a bottle of ChamThat is troublod with constipation can berlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Dlarrhaa Astray. get immediate and permanent relief by Itomeduy with mo, and on many occaA black Iiir, ajjed nhnut twelve mnnthi, my hnime lint be using Dr. Halo's Household Tea. Ono sions have ran with it to tho relief of weight utout inj poniidn, owner on nt plcute call will Iih lant tprlnir. The known it to mid nrnve rroeitV, pay fur keeping and thli doso a dayfit bod time. 25 and 50c, some sutler and have novor und ircl inine, MUS, NANCY WOULEY. packages at Short & Haynea' drug store. fall." For Bftlo by A. It. Fisher. Squlro J. E. Keith received a letter from his brother, Hov. A. A. Keith, of Lakeland, Florida, Monday. Mr. Keith says that times are good in that state and that ho will mako one third of tho Hist cost on his orango grovo tills year and next year it would inako one half. from-freezinal be-blir, Mr. It. E. Pickerel, who is nttending tho Loulsvillo Law School, spent sovoral days of his holiday vacation in this o city. Mr. Pickerel is a promising county boy. His homo is at Custer. Misses Zolla and Edna Hates, daught ers of Dr. J. D. Hates, of l'nlco'n, aro the guests of Miss Jennio Keith. Miss Keith gavo a party Friday night in honor of her guests and quito n number of Clovorport'a young folk wero present. Hreck-enrldg- hist week witli her sister, Mrs. J. V. at Owonsboro. Sho returned homo Sunday evening. Mr. J. T. Snyder, of MoKinney, Texas, formerly of this county, in renewing his subscription says that Texas is all right but Kentucky is better. Will Pierce, who is on tho engineer's force at work on tho new Texas routo from West Point to Louisville, was at homo during tho holidays. Hen HayncB, Hill ltnmy nnd Hill Hrown walked to Hardinsburg Monday. Thoy thought tho walk would givo them somo necessary exorclso. Mrs. Minor nnd Mrs. J. L. Iong, each, received a splendid box of ornngi s from Thoy Mr. DanT. Hurks.of wero pulled from his own grovo. town Friday. All last week was holiday for the school children nnd rest for Prof. Comer. o Thero will bo no change in tho hero after the Ith of March. Hov. Jabez Lyon nnd others began n series of meetings hero Thursday night. Mnrcollus Hutler moved out of town last week, and will cultivate a farm this year. Geo. M. Lyon, of tlio C. O. it S. W., railway, was visiting his parents hero last week. Tho next timo you meet "Lenny" Lyons, call him "pupa" and watch him smile. It's a girl. Tom nnd Manly Allgood left Saturday for Louisville, where they expect employment for a fow mouths. Mr. Hobcrt Locknrd, a competent carpenter, is completing n fine house for Elijah Johnson, one of our prosperous farmes, a fow miles from town. Sidney Hrack camo down from Inils villo to spend tho holidays. Ho returned Monday morning to resume his studies at tho Hryant it Stratton Commercial college. While Mr. Jesse Khodes was drivii g rapidly around a turn in tlio road Inst Tuesday, his carriago overturned throwing the occupants nil out ami making a frightful gash on tho nosu of Mrs. Hhodes. At tlio residence of Mr. Win. Hennett last Tuesday, tho Hov. Martin Lyon, nt one repetition of tho marriage ceremony, tied two hnppy couple J for life. Tho bride's wero two of Mr. Bennett's duugh-t-r- s nnd tho fortunatu grooms wore, Thomas Lyon and Douglas Dotson. Oillccrs elected by Custer Lodge No. O.'i, F. nnd A. M., December 20, 1802, to servo for tho eiisueingyenr: Richard II. Pelnlek, W. M.; Khnore H. Hutlor.S. W.; ; James Harrington, Sandy Hutler, J. Treasurer; Georgo 1 lamed, Secretary; Markus Iocknrt, S. I).;' David Sharp,' J. D.; W. O. Hutlor, S. it T.; F. H. Lyon, Marshal. post-ollic- TUITION PEES PER TERM. Common Branches, in advanco . . . $6.00. " Higher Branches, " S7.50. Primary Course S4.00. ... ? ;r Music BOARD. $8.00. i I L Q U !oT 1 3? x i . T JL Tv7"J Z E R'S, '."jii7jc:K-it:L'rwQtjo.vJT .wTPw' x m wv-- j CLOVERPORT, KY. Vr." JESTwVji." R71 17"? JFX 'wVTwF?yrw t.x:j(?'jc'jr."t.w(i'jL.woyx:".jcitjw M V V !Tw3 j P" JTw r?J In private fainilU'S from $2.25 to $2.50 per week. Tho last eight weeks will bo dovoted to Teachers, who wish to bo examined. Out of fifty pupils examined from this school Inst summer, but three failed Location healthy, peophi plain, intelligent and refined. Faculty first class. Apply to R. P. SHAOKXETT, Prin. HAUDINSnURG, KY. M3TS Gfr53rS3r3 XS-- I a S4M S For Pure Groceries, t Gents' Furnishing Goods, Good Furniture, latest style, Stoves and Tinware. f1 -- Gr434?-a- S A Million Friends. Statement of the Condition of the A friend in need is n friend indeed nnd not le.ss than ono million people hno found just such n friend in Dr. King's A I IIitrtlliiNlitiri;. K . Now Discovery for Consumption, Cough's At tlircluie bf luiitim l'cc. Slit, UU2. and Colds. If you have never used this ItksnUkUK.M. Great Cough Medicine, ono trial will (IIhcouiiIoiI $I0,3SI 81 convince you that it lias wonderful cura- Notes aid IjIIId n 3,5117 SO HntikinK Iiiiihu nil lot tive powers in nil disensoe of Throat, Kiitutei nml lurnlluro 1,178 611 Due trniii n'licr bank luicli bottle is guaran2il,'.Ti2 CU Chest and Lungs, Cnih on bnml y.SHO 07 teed to do all that is claimed or money Trial bottles free at will bo refunded. Totnl, $MB,Sn.1 09 Itrgo hot, Short it Hayno's drug store. MiiuuTirs. Ciipllnl Itrtck IcsfiOo. nnd $1.00. $ 25.001) 110 Duu leioiltor 115,08167 Bank of Hurdinsburg TRY aoa m i BEARD & CO. is being reduced rapidly on account of making room for a large Our Stock of Clothing STEPHENSPORT. Cieo. I'uyne. Dhl.loml Nil. 3 Duo I cr cont. UndlvlJoJ profit.) Jul; lit 1 .000 00 6,t?U 12 Miss Katie Dowell is tho guest of .Mrs. wanted: The name of tho unfortunate young man from "Hreckonridgo county" who failed to get his wedding out-ti- t nt Hrau- - MissSallio Davis spent several days last week in I.ouisillo. Judge Milton Hoard, of Hardinsburg, was in town last week. Mrs. L. l'uilman spent several days last week in Cloverport. Mrs. it. II. Hennett, of Owenshoro, is tlio guest of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Adams, of Cloverport, spent Xmas hero. 11. A. Copasshold his regular services in tho Haptlst church Sundry. Mr. Arthur Hlain lias been in Owens-bornnd Kvnnsvillo for several days. Mr. U. H. Hanks who lias been in Loulsvillo for somo timo, is at home. Mrs. John Hook and children, of Hardinsburg, were in town n fow days last week. Mr. Johnnie nnd Miss Knlio Craw ford, of Ixiulsvillo, hnvo been in town for several days. Mhs l'rof. Frank Jarboo and Irene Hoard, who spent Xmas at their homes, returned to their duties Monday. Tlio ladles of the Haptist church presented their pastor, H. A. Copaos, of tho LoiiiHvillo Seminary, with u handsome gold watch New Year. Miss r.mmn .muhuij- kih j"""J i'"" ednesday ine to a few of her friends ovonlnjf, Dec. 28th. Tlioso present wero Misses Ueotvia and Kato llawkiiis.I.lMio citi..D rsr,w... MufViv nml Violet It. Mil- HtVP lor. Mefcsra. Dick . anil t mow Mioimiai nnd Ainos Hoard, of Ifardinsburir. AH report a splendid time, with plenty of candy quality 11 o Tul.il, $11(1,403 09 I. M. II, llinul, Caililar of tlio uliovc imnipil litnk, ilo fiilomnly nr llmt Itis ulmvo tttnto- mo t l true tu lliu trnt of my linnlcJi;o ntul loll-f- . M. II. lli:.VHD, Caitiler. tilcrlteil ami innrn tu Lcforo mo t tils, tlio 3Ut ilny of Deo 1EV2. SPRING STOCK And he who comes first gets the best gains. bar- J no. 1'. IIasu'kli., Notnry I'ulillo. :ett Breckinridge Bank, ST Or tho Coil Jltlon bf tho AT CLOVERPORT, KY. You should not miss getting a bargain in our line of OVERCOATS, which arc At tho cloio uf hualiioit Doo. 31, Notci and bill illio't'il Hunk flxlures nml furnlturo Unnkini; houio nml Io' HuipnJo'l debt Ovcrdrnfti ()li mi liand $20,(122 50 2il.8Ht 01 llonili Duo from Ilnnki 43,fi()i 97 Total, LMIIILITIK8, Jt'SKTS. 18V2. 72 going 25 ak your figures not ours. $170,750 2 572 3,335 73 . II 51 B. F. BEAED & CO., 3D') 21 (17,100 51 Hardinsburg, Ky. J. A. $271,297 $ 45,100 21,000 4,801 300 30 00 00 09 00 CdUI dork Huriitui fund Undivided irofll Fund to )iay DlviJoml No, 37. 4 rr cent. declared tlili dsy. Depoilti lm, WITT. JOLLY MEADOIt. 1,801 00 197,202 27 WITT & MEADOR, AR will ofTor Backlen'a Arnica Salve. Tho Host Salve In tho world for Cuts, Hruiu's. Sores, Ulcere,Salt Hhenm, Fiver Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns and all Skin F.ruptions, and positively cures Tiles, or no pay required. It is uuaranteed to ivo perfect satisfaction, Trico itf cents per or money refunded. For sale by Short A Jluynes, box. driiBglsts. T..til, $271,297 30 II. Bfclllmnn t Cnibler of tho iibovo niiu'l bunk tin ly inivir that tlio nbuvo ttemcrt li true, to tho belt of my knowledge andbollof. A. II. 8KII.LM AN, 1,'aililor. Pulncrlbrd nml iwnrn to before me, this, tho 21 day of Jituuury, 1893. J. I). (IiiMKihV, N 1'. 11. C. I, A. lb 6 A I N S For the next Fifteen tlnys wo epccinl bargains on our IIWHJ Notice To first-clas- Block of HERE YOU ARE! hnvo Jtiut fitted up and opened a saloon nt tho old Martin east end of iron bridge, nnd will keep constantly on hand tho Uncut old whiskeys, brandies, w lues, cordials, cigars and tobacco, etc. Call and seo me. Itespectfuliy, 11. Uvavin. Cloverport, Ky. I s tii k I'uiimo: Y00lcn Goods, Ladies' Dress Goods Plaids, Etc. As tho Season for tho snlo of thcfio Goods closes, wo offor bar- Now Year nnd new resolutions." Ono of our ruolvcs will interest tlio public. Wo nro determined to plenso you In our Sellers" Liter E'ilis. Act Directly on tlicJLlvcr.lj BicKlIiiuACUB. Umoii Colic. Cohstiva-Ition, itmcxiTiiM, rtizt, l'AiriTATion or tub llsAirr, uiatNEii, Tonnn I.tvLM, Coated Toscque, BurtrurM.NEM, ash au. UiaEAtEiorTunUYcnAtu uroiiACir. ji roudonot"fctlvcrjrTell,Mat!ns:aidllM gains both in Qualify aud Prica. 11 Clothing Mado to Order. Kolnembcr Sir. Hunsclie, foreman of our Clothing Department, visits Cloverpoit on Friday of each week, nnd will bo found at Mr. llunscho resolves thnt ho will givo you entiro BatMnctlon Givo him u trial. ing us your Produce, Wo lake nil you bring. Sulzer's, lieJ-tlin- a ntlmn'atci Ilia tora:cli. rcitarto tlio eppctllo, Impact. Yljor to tlio r j item. Ttirr euro all dlteaicf Ilka marie. Oct tho right kind. ttl.Lt.UUS'UVKU I'llXH. Bold lirdrareUtn. rVnd fortlrrolir. IBULU.Ua MEDlCtNU CO.,nttl0Uich.T).I WITT & MEADOR,, IIARtflNSBURG, KY, imBMBWWWPiMHBBWygfffff""' JlI" Tf,"r" '' 'm tw jafwapwfr-!- vmmuiciBwarm 4 highest of all in Leavening Power. THEX Latest U. S. Gov't Report BREGKRNRIDGR NEXWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. O03VCEI O 003VEE TO TOWN Baking' GLIMPSES m ej"V"E32S"3t 2CEiisra:xj.oicz.3sr PRESENTS Wtiole Ka.xxiilij Powder s&m HOLIDAY GARNIYAL MAMMOTH! ABSOLUTELY PURE Gslu Gift Time. OF THE -- Invited to como and sco the- - -F- OK TH- KAT THE- GLITTERING DISPLAY FOK THE - Breckenridge ! News. A GOOD WOMAN GONE Prt.nl.f. ic i udBfothe. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1S93. A Vision. Miss Mollio J. Nowton, of Davioss County. Dios Imported Smoking Jackets. Robes do Chamforo, i aiw In a vision a man and hli bride, Juat stattlntr a journey to make, side lijf side; 'Twas me journey m iiicirnmnowiiuwicii White mlteitone that marka their pathway la 1 at tho Baptist Orphans' Homo in Louisvilio. Lounging Gowns, Study Gowns, Breakfast Jackets, Uatho Robes, pa it. Tlilreyeabrlghlly shining reflected the Joy, nothing ahould ever destroy; i !.!; that were breathing fond worde ol dc- light, Fr m the bright gleam of morn till the thadc of the night. 1'rUthat kept time to the miisle their ears IlJird ringing ao awcetly to drown all their fears; lltartathat were throblng at one with the .. love, That their fitness to Journey together ahall Ai confident ! prove. I Tho Owensboro Mehsenger, of Dec. 20, gives tho following description of tho lifo and death of this most estimable lady: "Miss MolllcJ. Newton, of this county, died at tho Haptist Orphans' Homo in IiOtilsvillo yesterday morning. Tho remains will bo brought to Owensboro today, arriving on the noon train; and tlio funeral service will bo held at tho Walnut street Haptist church immediately afterward. Tho intcrrment will be at Kim wood. 1st Cardigan Jackets, Jersey Coats, Underwear, Slippers. P OSTRICH On Wo havo placod in our window tho finest and largest Presents for Little Crillden, Earth, who will romain on exhibition until New Year's Day and guesses will ho rcceivod on his weight as a Holiday diversion. A gueia card will be given free with every purcbau In every depart- uent and the customer wboie guen li exact or ceareit exact will receive a of $100 dollar) In gold, the euitotner who guesses next nearest will $50 In gold. esents for Men and j' W Lovely Jcrpoy Suits. Charming Kilt Suits. Suits. Dcgromont Short-PnnSuits. Norfork or Santa Clnus Woolen Wuists. Thrco-piec- o Suits. g Underwear. Shoes and Hats. A nico Necktio. Slippers. ts Box-plnitcd Snug-fittin- Boys. A Suitor clothe or Overcoat, Neck wear for Men an lloyi, Superb linn k of Sb Handkereh le f Fins Kid (Hovel, Fur-to- n Eieot ji 1? Resents for Mothers and Sisters. A aet of fun, a alr of lovely Salln Shoea, Lndlei' PatlaShoei Fur - lined Shoea Nice Houto Shoea, Walking Shuei, Silk Handkerchief! with Umbrnllaa rich bandloa, Slipper Slip-perf, Come surLd. Gbjxxw and our Off out-o- a, or Fur-line- d In gold altogether is to ho given f Bag of Q-old- .. "Miss Kenton went to LouisAillo on ahore, Wednesday, the inst. Oil account of Where eternity lapa o'er theedgea of time her frail health some of her friends obA ad their tplrlta are wafted to hcaven'a jected to her taking the trip at this seabright clime. son, but for somo years sho has been deI thought oflheclouda thjl must aometimcs votedly interested in tho Haptist hang o'er them, J Home and could not be pursuaded I tjlought of the shadows that sometlmremuit fall; to forego tho pleasure of being there durI hoped for the lining of allver behind them, ing the Christmas holidays. And prayed that endurance be given for all. She was about CO years old, and alI thought of the altar of home they're erect- - though in very delicate health she retained that remarablo energy for which iVhoae power may reach out through the she has always been suffering from disfuture, connecting Their luarta through the duilea that heaven ease supposed to bo cancer of the stom ' may tend. ach, and from this sho died. May Ita bright light ihlne o'er them from Miss Newton was a daughter of Col. now 'III the end. Win. Newton, who was ono of the earliThe vision waa lifted from view, but I heard, est settlers of Daviess county, long before l'.'re Itvanithcd from tight, one tallsmanl? tho present county was organized. She word That inuit guide them through tills to the was the only immediate surviving membright world above; ber of the family. She has lived on her Soul of mutlc I Light ol heaven I that one father's home place, several miles from word waa the city on tho Pleasant Valley road, ever Hmma Winciikhtkk IIotii, since his death. Her niece, Miss Matilda Field, has lived with her for several Any audden change In the condition ofthe at-iipherc la certain to bring Itaharvctt of cough yenro. She was n lovely character. A deandcoldt. Thee, if suffered to run on, are likely vout church-membea philanthropist to terminate In consumption: but they may be and humanitarian, she gave liberally to readily cured by Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup. the church and to charity, and was never A Correction. ceasing in her efforts to do Home good. She was, however, always modest in her Editor News: I see in tlio IlnnliiiH-ltur- j good deeds, her left hand hardly known-in- g what the right did. In meekness of department of your paper, lost Imnuu, tlio following item: spirit her character was almost unequall"Tho County Court Inst Momlny re ed. Her homo was virtually a homo for jected tlio np)lieatIon of J. 8. Itvnviii for tho homeless. She was n member of the n Tnvern licenso with the tirivllcgo of Haptibt church at Macedonia. 1 ler libHelliiiK whixkey nt .lolly h Htation. erality, however, was not confined toiler Now, verily you must not Blander our Hon. Judge in that way. NotwitliHtnnd own congregation. She subscribed $500 iug itt leant one dozen of the bent citizens originally toward tho building of the in the neighborhood Hworepomtivily that Walnut street Haptist church in thiscity, there was no nerewity for a tavern in and has assisted it at various times since. Her greatest interest, however, of late that place, mid only about of that number Mated in tboir opinion a has been the Orphans' Home, 1Miisville taveru wan needed, tho court decided Ilecently sho fitted up tho new parlors of the institution at her own expense. in favor of the tavern. Hut lfi out of the 87 vo tern in the neigh There is much in her life that is worthy I Or-phar, onc-four- tl thought of the pathway that lay all before, From now till their Journey ahall end on the Gloves, Silk faced Suspenders. Bilk and Ca.hmere Mufflers, Canes and Umbrellas, Hall and Shocs.Sllpperi $750 as" presents ($150 in each of our fivo town customers always carry ofF moro than half tho gifts we offer. If you cannot come to town send for Illustratod Catalogue, order by mail and send your guess card by mail. Guess cards sent with every mail order purchase Vammoth Shoe & Slcoping Down Stairs. KLEINHANS & SIMONSON, Market Street, Between Fourth and Fifth, LOUISVILLE, ZY. TIEEIE Olothing Co., J YORK GO TO ly the Mao who Wouldn't Sleep up Stalra. "I love to think of the days K""" by, when we didn't Bleep in the rikyjand when rent was ho complete and dreams ho pleasant that daylight slipped upon us unawares; when we used to sleep down stairs." I know that bacteriologists say that microbes can't rcoch the second story in any way and that if we sleep In the loft, I we will never he attacked by malaria or any other disease whoso porters can climb no higher, but I can speak for ono who dares, if allowed, to sleep always down stairs. Now where is there moro delight than this: on a cold winter night after a wholesome tea to bit before the fire with a child upon each knee and relate to them storieH wo read in ioned school hooks about giants and and rivers and brooks, and when tho drowsy god has como over nil to fall in bed with both great and small, and sleep that without any fears of night-marcif wo sleep down Htalrs, and in the morning when we arouse from s.eep and hear the robin begining his solo to peep, tho catbirds in the apple trees sending forth their songs in many koys, the tiny sparrow which lias crouched nil night beneath a leaf, comes out to declaim his lias brief; and when the grass-hoppclimbed to the top of the weed and in his grating song calls up all other insecta to come and join the mighty throng. Tho frogs who have looked through icy windows for many winter days in grand orchestra belp.4 to proclaim tlio praise. When the gentle sunbeams have pierced tho shutters and spread over the room bringing with them the sweet bcent of the clemate's bloom, tis then the soft southern bree.o conies in at the open window and drives away our cares, by whispering to us that it is spring, and all naturo seems to bo sleeping down stairs. Now I will say to all, the young man and the old man, the young lady and the old lady, the old bachelor and tho old maid, if you wish to bo honorabl, happy and healthy, worthy, wiso nnd wealthy and pass serenely through this world of cares, make your arrangements to sleep down stairs. old-fash fa-ris; not necessary that tho roads should bo constructed at so great a cost. Many portions of theso roads need little or no work to mako them permanently good. Other places need draining and filling, and yet it is not unusual to see work wasted on portions that need none, and the spots that need great caro and judgment left half built in consequence. There is no subject which demands tho it is ZtTEW WEEKLY HERALD. C. W. STONE'S STORE at ' 1 05 to 1.00 lo 0 to 60 to Ten miles South of Cloverport on thcBowling Green road, and get Men's Hoots at $2.75 to $1.50 Doya' Uoots ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR! Daring 18 S3, lbs WEEKLY HFRALD will bo without question tbe best nnd cheapest family Journal published in America. It will be profusely Illustrated by the belt) artists in tho country, and will bo a (magatlne of literature, art and newa absolutely unrivaled In ita excellence. Fhawls application of more common sense and good level headed judgment than road making, and it Is not far from tho truth to say that in nothing olso is so piuch labor wasted and so little common sense used as in directing tho working out of tho road tax. Northwestern Agriculturist. American Farmer. Carpentcra, and other incchanlca, who are ao apt to fall from acafTolda nod dlalocate a limb, will plcate remember that there la nothing ao good for intlamatlon aa Salvation Oil, the great-ct- t cure for apralua and bruliea. 35 " Men's shirts " Other things correspondingly cheap. Will exchange goods for butter, eggs, leathers, hides, dried fruit, chickens, oto. 0. W. BTONK. rrints " 90 cts. 60 " 5 ' The Presidential Inaugural Will be graphically described and artistically pictured, while the groat feature of tho coming year's history, WHEN YOU go to Ilimlirwburg call on U. K. WORLDS FAIR, Will be given particular attention. So complete will be the descriptions of overy thing connoo cd with tbe great Imposition, and so true to the reality tha many illustrations, that a perusal of tho Weekly Herald next summer will bo almost as satisfactory as a visit to Chicago. Mnttingly for tlio best nnd liquors, wines A SCHOONER of boor and lunch all for 5 PRIZES EACH WEEK Will bo awarded for the best original articlea on agricultural subjects. Each Issue will contain a page devoted to practical and scientlfio farming. Tho Woman's Department wilt be unexcelled in practical suggestions to make the borne moro attractive. Every week there will be a number of special articles on all topics of human Inleroit. Among tbe novelisti who will wrlto stories for the Weekly Herald aro Jeromo K. Jerome, Btepnlak, Mrs. Orhnwood, Edwin Arnold, John Strange Winter, Marie Corelli, Helen Mathers, Florenco Warden, Hume Nlibet and Hamilton Aido. rents nt Oar Road System. I havooitcn thought that people, speaking of them generally, havo neveryet understood tlio value of good roads. They are not only matters of convenience, but they are really matters of great economy in every community. Tho fanner, with one team of two horses, is nblo to move on it good road moro than he could inovo with four horses and a wagon of much greater strength on a poor road. This I have tested personally many times. Farmers are constantly iu need of the use of highways to transport their property and to move themselves from place to placo. The average farmer is five miles distant from the nearest railway station, and-hi- s surplus produce must bo moved that dis tanco year after year. If hewerotocom-put- o tho saving that ho and his neighbors would havo by reason of first-claroadways, they would discover that it would amount to more than tho expenso of putting the roads in uood condition and keeping them so. Our road system is uiisenibly deficient. Wo could learn from the Itomans and Germans in this respect very much. Senator l'foflor. ss R. E. MATTINGLH, HARDINSBURG, KY. UDRTI1U MIT I1Y llEI'WITS FURNISHED wa worth about $1,600, two horses were destroyed andsoveralotlienj Injured very badly. "Grand-pa- " lias sure enough been sanctified without any mistake. at this placo is doing n Tho saw-mi- ll big business, thoy employ five huna week and saw from twenty-fiv- e dred to tlirco thousand feet a day. Aycr's Sareaparilln stops tho nauseous discharges of catarrh, and cures tho com- WANTED. SHORTEST, QUICKEST s and also shaved AND DEST LIKE TO that the townsmen aro quito oh hoops in large quantities. Vest market For further information St. much interested in having good roads prices paid. leading from tho county to the town, as call on or address, AND ALL F01HTS Chab. May, CloverjKjrt, Ky. the farmers uro to havo good roads to BURAS. Whn wo received from Itlclinrd A. haul their products. Many a Northwest, South-Wes- t. Saalfield, 701, 700 and 703 Tenth ayenuo, orn town has died because a rival tapped ii A large number oi in Efftet Jnlj 31, 1892. d Alonzo Hutler, Is very ill with pneu- New iork, tho first number of his New ibj tntdo by building good roads into terYork Musical Monthly wo were stag- ritory naturally tributary, and somo of 81OS a,m...9;2J p.m...i:Ii) p.m Lr. LooIstIII monia. gered. How any publisher can affonl to ArrSt. Louis 7t20 pm ...6:45 a m At the tho best and thriftiest towns aro prosperThere are several cases of pneumonia give so lOiOOp.m Evansvllle liJO " much for so little surprised us. ing becauso leading business men wcro Yot further laformatlon, eall on or address in this vicinity. We all know what music costs, but hero R. A. CAMPBELL, Mr. Purl Tucker has arrived homo from was a publication of 32 pages of music, sagacious enough to encourage and help I'or next fall delivery. Order what you want rjan'l Pass. Ag't, Evansvllle, Ind. build good roads. Many towns about to Anything we haven't on hand, we will procure Illinois. largo slzo print, pjual in ettry rttptct to r, J. B CAMPBELL, go into decline, has taken now leano of Itfor you at the lowest rates, Tho "visitor" to Hunts has increased high priced mimic, which lie offered to tlio D. P. A. Louisville, Ky and furnishlife by buying a ZACK. GREEN, Ills tripe to three times n week, therefore public at 15 cenU per copy, or $1.60 per City Tieket Office, S. W. Oor. Third k Main Manager Hardinsburg Nursery. ing it free to any road district that would Ids rccompence must bo Increased or ho year, post paid. Hut his Christmas num St., Louisville, Ky. iiso it to make a good road leading its HARDIN8DUR0.KT ber embarrases us. His other numbers couldn't ulfbrd to come so often. consulting Its own Inway. Any town Tho widow Kllelt'fl barn binned down contained 32 pages of music; but this terest will keep its streets passable and to. &. Hk abojjt n week ago; tho property destroyed number contains 60 pages and indiffer- encourage good roads radiating in all dl. iXtoZ of. Ono is 100,000 hoop-poleg, borbood nigued and had filed a remou Miss Mollio Newton was a first cousin granting of naid license of Miss Kli&i and Sue Newton, prominent and they are the boy h that rejected the and respected citizens of this city, who application for a whiHkey tavern. havo many relatives throughout this Tim. county. Nothing o diNtreMing as a hacking A perfect cure! Mr. Kilward I'.. Hrnughton, cough. Nothing o foolinh rw to Hitirer 140 W. loth St., New York Clly, N. V., aayn from it. Nothing ho dangerotiH if allowed thU. "I have ucd ictcral botllra of Dr. Hull, to continue. One Minute Cough Cure Cough hjrup in my family and find it u per I re! I given immediate relief. Short A HayneH cure, thicrfully rrcoinmind It.' Cloverport, itnd Heard & Heeler, llardinn- Do You Want a Publio Office. burg, Ky. There aro 180,000 ollices within the gift of the new Administration, and now is Epworth Lcaguo at Hardinsburg, tliu time for those seeking public employIIaIUIINMIL'WI, Due. 21, 'H2. ment to take proper steps to secure one Tho Kpworth I.eauguo is the official of these lucrative positions. All who are young people's society of tho Methodist Interested should at once send for a copy (hutch. ' It was instituted May and of the United States Hlue Hook. It is a 10th. 188!), at Cleveland, Ohio. It is a "gen-end- " register of all Fedend ollices and employor "parent" society under which ments in each State and Territory, the District of Columbia and abroad with local leagues, called chapters, can bo organized. Its object is to promote intelli- their salaries, emoluments and duties; gent and loyal piety in the young mem- shows who is eligible for appointment, bers and friends of the church, Itev. W. questions asked at examinations, how to A. Snead, pastor of the M. K. church, at make an application and how to push it this place, organized a chapter in Ids to success, and gives besides a vast of important information relative church last mouth. Devotional meetings are held weekly. A public meeting is tofiovernment positions never before pubheld monthly, at which all are invited to lished. Hnndsomely bound in cloth. attend. A special program is being pre- Price, Tficts., post paid. Address J. II . pared for the second Tuesday night in Soule, Publisher, Washington, D. C. January. It will bo of a literary and musical nature. Those who attend will be For instance, Mrs. Chas. Rogers, of Hay entertained. City, Mich., nccidently spilled scalding water over her little boy. She promptly Success in everything depends largely applied Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo, upon good health. Do Witt's Little Mar- giving instant relief. It's a wonderfully ly Itinera are little health producing pills good salvo for burns, bruises, sores, and Seo.the oint7 Then take an "Enrly a suro euro for piles. Short & I lay nes Hitter." Short A I lay nes, Cloverport, and Ulovcrport and Heartl.iv Heeler, Hardins-burHcid A Heuler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Ky Ht nnlcoagniiiHttht) of emulation." SEND FOR PREMIUM LIST. Address, JAMES GORDON BENNETT, New York Len, G. Herndon & Co., General Produce and Commission Merchants and General Storage. nt H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Herald, New York. Reliable and prompt. Cash with overy sale. Consignments solicited. LOUISVILLE. KY., Nor. 29, 1&92. SUBSCRIBE J. W. JARRETT, U.S. Claim &. JSTOW. Henry Watterson, Editor, WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL Shippers should murk all packages plainly, a with shipper's name and addross. BUTTKK. lfcL 16 Choice, country 12 M 16 , Medium Common .. 11 Wi 26 M 2b1 Creamery pojt-offlc- KUUS. Pension Agent Fresh 1'OULTUY. Old Hens per lb 20 , 6 to 7 3 to4 6 to 8 STEPHENSPORT, KY. Best Democratic Paper Published. ONLY BANK 07 $1.00 Roosters Springers FEATHERS. Prime, white gonso Mixed Old A YEAR. Heat Condc"ted News, licit Stories. The hctt reined) for rhcumatUm that haa yet Mr. I). II. Tyler, 15O W. Main St., (iuleihurt;, 111., writet! "I have utcd a good manv liotllca of Solvation Oil, and think it the beat remedy fur rhcuiiiattam I ever tiled," been ditcovcrcd headed woman is unusual before sho Is lo, but gray hair is common with them earlier. Baldness and may bo prevented by using Hall's Hair Ilenowcr. A bald gray-iie- HARDINS BUB & Capital Stock 28,000. D. Mac TUC nflO It gives ici 53Mttfi5fc Heat Ilea! Mlacellauy, Heat Woraan'a Taite, Ilctt Clilldren'e Department, svnawera No. 1. duck HIDES. Z 48 25 25 25 (jj) 49 38 35 40 & denta Department!, Hdltrrlals. 10 ps F. DEARD, President. away valuable premium every day for the largest olnb received. Dry Bint, good Sheep skins WOOL. d flreen,food Dry Salt, good DM 7(3) 9 25 (ul 80 , 30 Tarm hlghctl bidder on for Sale. WILL MILLER, M. Sample coplcsoftheWeeklyCouricr-Journa- l will be sent free to any addresa. Write to Courier-Journal Our Roads The agitation for good roads has been btarted largely by tlio users of bicycles. The boys nnd girls who ride these 'wheels' learn from experience what only horses knew before, that it takes a vast deal moro muscle to carry a load over a muddy road than over a dry ono. Hut there are two points in the agitation for good roads that havo thus fur been lost sight My farm of 100 acrea, near Ithodelia, la for I will veil to the aale cheap and on eaay tenna. II. BEARD, Cashier. Co., Louisvilio, Ky. .Saturday, January 28, 1802, all my live alock, farming Implements, hauae. hold and kitchen furniture, etc. The Hat one aeven year old Jack, of eatabllahed reputation, hnraea, cattle, ahcep, hoga, new wheat dill), cultivatora, bcdateadi, atovca and a great many minor article i. Tcrma one and two ycara with 6 per cent. Interest from date. S.K.VKSSKUS. con-taln- a, O. W. HEARD 1 MORRIS KSKRIDQE r R. M. J0LL7. INTEREST Tin: -- Dire tor BRECKENRIDGE NEWS AND THE PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Weokly Courier-Journ- al THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AIR LINE, Will be sent ono year to any addresa for I1.75 Address JNO. D. I1AI11IAGK, Cloverport, Ky. Urease, fine 22 Grease, coarse 20 ( 15 Merino Hurry and Cut 14 HAY, (JRAIN, FEED. Wo quoto price) on Louisville otty wharfs OATS. No, 2 oats 33 34 HAY. triyttcS rhoice 13 00 1200 Choice No. 2 11 00 12 00 Oood Medium 9 00 10 00 .-. to-d- Good Bright Straw- - 4 60 64 6 60 (L. E. A ST. L. R. R.) Louisville. St Louis & Texas R. R. Co. Choice white Choice shelled CUKN. 60 63 52 Hi Ra Louis, Evansville TIME Wi Dound 63 61 zero. 18. LouIsvPIe,Hadlnsburg& Western No. 2 TIME TABLE. West and Time-Car- Taking Effect M5;00o,clcU,V,WeWaTjalr29.'9l Traint STATIONS Iv.Un'n n't..ar Kentucky St. West l'olnt Howard Hock Haven llranch Ilrandcnburg: Meade Springs Kkron Custnn Irvlnuton Webster Stephensport Addlaon Holt Cloverport Sklllman Hawcsvllle 1'ctrle Falcon Cayce Lewis port l'owcra 1'atea Owensboro Mattlngly Stanley Worthlmrton Spottsville Ilasketta Shops SCHEDULE TAKING EFFECT JULY 20, 1801. FRUIT TREES Eati Hound Traint 62' Mail St Dally 100 12 12 12 11 Mall A Bapr's Kipr's Dally 623pm 64 Kipr's Kipr. Dally 0 06pm 46 05 Hardinsburg Nursery, Dally 7 45am 7au 767 8 07 0 4U 7 24 7 47 800 8 41 road-grade- r ent pieces of music. "Put Monoy in Thy Purse." How? Save doctor's bills. Always keep on hand a bottle of that finest of remedies, Dr. Halo's Household Cough Curo to allay tho first Irritation caused by a cold. Don't think you can fix up when for25c.or 50c. you can havo tho result of years of pnictlco and experietico oxponded in making this preparation absolutely tlio best. For ealo by Short fc llayncB. plaint. . ssw ja rectlons, ?oV .aasBftw Tho other point that has been largely overlooked is that main roads, such as tho national and titato roads, in Kuropo L LmaVBaVtaaV aasdt and in our older States, nro no longer LaL lBsT necessary, tho railroads having supplant cd all "long hauls" by.wagon. It is now Commercial College only necessary to have good roads lead Chtapitt & Best Butinttt Colltgt In tfit World. ing from farming dlstncU to convenient HlxW.t Har TifMtm, f.r firJttU;k.ktfi' 4 at YTo.U;Haalawa KJat. )'Um,1 Urafral points touched hy railroad. Such roads Ilea. 10,000 Mulacu. IOOO MlafaaU llr. laTfMk.tliafl.;!. Um .r JT.ll Ha.lM will nover bo subjected to such heavy 1mU4I T.IU... BlulUMrT, a4 JUW4, skMl tradlc as onco passed over tho "turn- CkuruHaTr.Wrillat4Ttl.srTlr!"lJU. pikes" in tho days of tho Btago coach,und WILBUR It. MITH LEXINGTON, KY- -- k. A 'i.'JA GREGORY & CO., Headquartera for 811 817 827 837 847 86S 03 900 908 917 924 934 9 44 1000 1010 1016 10 2J 10 27 846 02pm 802 45am 7Z 7 40 1138 11 860 805 7 31 21 West Hound Tralna Katt Hound Tralna I Daily I Dally Dally Dally ex Sun, ex Sun. ' STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun I No. 2 N0.6 I No. 1 No. f 1130am t.v Irvlngtun Ar 9 30am Garfield 8&5 ,12 10pm 12 25 Hnrned 815 12 42 Hardinsburg 760 118 Kirk 715 130 Jolly 705 Rlcndeane 148 644 165 634 Dempster 218pm ar I'ullsItouKhlv 614am 260 ltockvale 661 3 02 Ituth 6 29 314 Atkins 521 329 Oaka 600 400pm ArKordavilleLv 4 46am 9 21 1125 1119 1111 962 911 0 21 9 44 961 SnJple 1'lcrce 1102 1063 1045 10 727 723 715 665 6 48 6 40 6 31 35 Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertiliser, Cement, Mich iKiin Pluter, Bait, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Pluter Hair, 926 930 10 01 1030 10 44 1030 1023 1018 1015 1001 0 67 9 44 1060 1100 1111 626 618 613 610 567 663 6 40 aflTO?: 1010 1018 1024 1028 tO 34 1118 1124 1120 Pine & Poplar Shingle Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring kept on hand. Orden accompanied by caah prompt yi llSS IX 920 920 915 909 851 837 827 815 806 9S3 6ir, 611 4 630 622 48 ', tirdala lj Ailed, 1060 1102 1111 1121 1131 1140 1166 12 03pm It 20am 605 436 426 4 1162-- m 1207iim 1227 1230 1240 104 10 413 01 126pm HI ar.ltendeia'n Iv 766 737 720 7 15a i 366 387 320 316pm .'