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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893011101_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. G ... ", THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL. XVII. r& NO. 25;" CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1893. Irvington Milling COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. Merchant and Custom Millors, Grain Dealers and Manufacturers of tho i m Jti& H&ii&S jg ifflBHss A MAIL ORDER! Highest Grades Will do tho business; if you can't OOME to LEVY'S "Louisvillo's Greatest Clothing House." You send tho cash, wo send tho clothes. If you don't find our Clothes the very bost you ever got for your cash, send back tho Clothes and got back tho cash. Don't fail to come to see us when in town. Wo aro now in Temporary Quarters, 321 West Maiket, necessarily slaughtering pricos while waiting for our now house on our old corner. OK Roller Process Roller Process Brian, Shipstuff and A NEW QOWN AND A NOVEL CLOAK. The figure on the left Indicates n novel treatment of the conventional cloth gown. The Hash atari, from the Invisible opening at the right side ami (roe. arountl the wal.t a. shown, ending under itcep loop and end.. The wal.t I. gathered front and back. Cloth oramo th fiiilih good in one color lathe most auluble fabric. The other figure show n new air.itiReiuciitof.tlic camel clonic in diagonal cheviot of one color. It la gathered on the shoulders and plaited In the back, while the yoke extend, to the waist in front. ei PART TimEE-CUAPTEIl IV. iVA.l L Amplo capital, the- - best" quality of grain and modom machinery, skillfully handled enable us to duce results unsurpassed. pro- Orders promptly filled and careful attention given to msffl THEOPOfWlNrrlRpP. CO'PTHIOMT.11.., ( w v CUSTOM WORK. ONIt.OaT.aO0IC0OUfNV,AIO T For any further information call '- - rUaUBM.D aUCliC A'KANOIMlMt WITH TMIM. crtoft did not suspect of her submissive and meek child. Sho know nothing of Voltaire's errand. But sho had grown suddenly apprehensive and timorous, and hardly recognized her old intrepid self thin morning. Sho began to quail a littlo more und more beforo hor daughter's innocence. For nil lciusons hIio did not desire to provoke discussion. A grim, inuto breakfast, therefore, nt Biothcrtoft manor. Each headache looked into its teaunp in silence. Major Kerr crunched a bit of dry toast instead of feeding omnivor-ously. ?' on or address tho SVMDl'SIS. ton in.innr on the Hudson, i. left an orphan with the manor heavily uioil.tL'cd to the lllllnci ertute. llu oos CIIA1'-TICto New York city tn eck hi. fortune. l'AUT I t-- K - & IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. WE ARE Rdwm llrpthcrtnft, heir I t. WM1 Ky., OF SUCCESS. you will bp surprised and imagine why our store is alcan't If you ways full of customers. looking should investigate by through our stock and sco how well enuiped each department is", prico tho goods, then tho mystery will be solved. Wo have tho assortment, styles and pricos to pleaso everyone The most attractive department is tho I I FIELDS If you should visit Brandenburg, IV June lllllop, the ll.llop heiress. kjIms an Interview with jowie; Hrothcrtoft. V I'he lllllnp und Hrothcrtoft fortune, are milled by inurriiKC VI Hrothcrtoft goe. on a colonial mission to England. Mt.. Ilrutliertofl siuciimlis llirth ol u to nnglomanlu and long, for a title daughter, I.ucy, and return home. VII The manor hnti.e Incomes the rc.ort ol redcoats, daughter Ilrothertolt i. at lat culled by wife-uuHe loin, tlic patriot.. l'AUT II Major I'eter Skerrett, aid to Oen. cral Wa.hlngtnn, arrive., at (iencrnl I'utii.im'a CHAP-TKp.ttilot campat III Skerrett volunteer, to lead a party to "jcut out" Captain Kerr", a redenut, who I. n gue.t at Ilrothertolt manor. IV Udwln llroth-ertoI ( v ii a. bcrgeant Lincoln, la among Skurr.tt'a men. A aurvuul from the manor, bring, new. to camp. V Mra Volt.ilre. d(.li;iiB thnt I.ucy .lui I marry Captain VII Kerr. VI I.ucy la anxlnua to ecnpe. Skerrett take. Vo.talre Into the plot to capture Kerr, nm rescue I.ucy. VIII Jicrck Dewlil an old manor hand, i. Skerrett". guide. l'AUT III Itcdcoiita tire at llrotnertofl manor Voltaire preparea for l.ucy'a tllght to the l'Uii-ki- ll i, It ft. llroth-urtolt There is no conversation of this party to report, gay or glum. is sometimes moro.dra-mati- c But table-than talk. A newcomer at tho door glanced at this unsociable trio and deciphered tho picture pretty accurately. m ".oo?c nt hlmP When Pyraums and Thisbo, when Ccour du Lion and Bloudel want siieech of each other, Wall will ever have "a cranny right and sinister" for their whispers, will "shown chink to blink through with their eyno." Breakfast was over. Voltairo was in tho pantry, clashing dish and pan for n signal. Lucy waited her moment to dart in and get her hopes of escape made into certainties. "I am going up stairs, Lncy,"nid her mother, "to gjvo Dowitt her lat hints about your wedding dress. Come up presently and try it on." Sho went out, leaving lover and lady together. Kerr stood beforo tho flro in his favor-it- o posture. His face was red, hi.i jacket was red. He produced tho effect of n great unmeaning daub of scarlet in a genre mauvais genre picture. Tho big liooby grow embamuvid with himself. Tho qniot presonco of this young girl abashed him. Ho knew that his suit was an insult to her. He saw that sho did not appreciate his feet and inches, Neither his cheeks, nor hU shoulders, nor his calves touched her heart. Ills vanity had been hurt, and ho felt a spiteful triumph that shu was in his power. This morning ho was ashamed of himsolf. It is a grievous thing that men cannot go to bed tipsy and wilko up without headaches and with self respect. Perhaps it will bo different when chaos comes again. Kerr felt disgusted with hiinhdf, and Ho wanted to talk to otifbarra88ed. cover his awkwanlntss. Ho did not know what to say. Tito complaint is not uncommon. "I supjioso sho knows it's a iimi day, and won't thank mo for telling her." ho thought. "Viuighan'a trip up tho river that's talked out. I made tho pun about Esopus and Esop's fables that Rawdon got off last night, and sho didn't laugh. I wish I hud Jack Andre's tongue. I havo half a mind to cut it out of him tho dashod whipjior snapperfor trying to got hor to flirt with him yestorday. I suppose I ought to bo making love now. But bIio hits novcr-lo- t mo como m;t enough to make what I call lovo. Well, I must say something. Hero goes! Ahoml Lucy Miss Lucy." , '' "81r." ( -- 1 l !Jg4ia ish aho liked nono of thorn. Sho bega'i to feel n disgust for tho grade. "My father!" Mm said, with her wholo heart in tho word; "tell mo of him. Ho has not forgotten mo. Ho loves mo. Ho will Bavo mo from this this" A Bob drowned tho epithet. "Ho loves you dearly," Voltairo responded. "Luh," hohtiil pronounced the precious word. Ho brought lib two thick lips together to round the final "b" i attend of lightly touching his upper teeth against his lower lipniidbreathiiigout"vo"l!ual. This great faet of lovo established, with nil its nqui'l by a Mnglo word, Lucy, womanlike, desired to know that this dear now lovor no longer misunderstood her. Sho must bo hatisfied that she stood right in his esteem beforo sho could tako thought of her own dangers. "Von told him," sho said eagerly, "that was not an unnatural daughter only deceived and deluded by this cruel woT 'P3fl" " - SSEsiglMSSEra hi S ?g330S S;vSS5a "1 FORXMAS COAL VASES, -- ft I) UW M T 11 LUU, V Y KNIVES rv Is ro man'?" P E It was old Voltaire, limping forward from the kitchen. Lncy'sat with hor fnco toward the pantry door and first suw him. Flash! Lucy lightened and almost showered tears at tho rising of thin black cloud, charged with fresh elec- camp. "i. llE beast tlio. "Must such n beast yes, I will iy a3 that conio near mc?" thought -- v ' 4., I CLOAK. L TO .DEfARTMEHT v Jr lmvo n npjiroprlator It is weil-to few ugly ejilthuts An ono'u vocabul.try. Hard wonld havo their virtuo ntul their placo ns well tn soft ones. Mrs. Brotltcrtoft nr30 had n lieadaclio. Sho looketl alo itiul ill this morning. This will never do, nmilam. Consider yourbenutyl It will consumo nwny if you allow so much fever in your bruin. Breakfast wus moro fiilont,eveu than yesterday's. No hcitdacho cored to usk Bympnthy of either of tho others. Lucy said not n word. Sho compelled herself to b at table. Sho dreaded her mother's presonco, but sho dreaded her absence still more. Lucy suffered under tho uneasiness of a young plotter. Sho know that her plot was vidblo in her face. She trembled ut evory look, and yet sho felt safer while sho win facing her foes. Poor child! If nho could have wept, m sho wished, freely and alone, n dozen of lachrymatories magnums would upt lmvo held hor but Strong language for a young Inily, V k t. V" X w .Geo. Yeake&& Moody Mrs. Brothcrtoft in also pllonL Sho does- - not think it good policy to tliia morning. draw out her Only a wretchedly low card and no trump will respond to tho attempt. T'other bottle rather drowns tho jKnver of repurteo, Major Kerr was too initp.' ticulato last night to bo very coherent this .morning. A courtly bow ami a fine manner uro hardly tQ be expected ul lovce from a hero lugged to ids couche'e by Plato and two clodhoppers, themselves a little out of line and step with too many heeltaps. Tho hostess does not choose by solicitotu questions to get growls from tho future bridegroom, such as Kerr loquitur. "Yes, thank you; my ton is inoro milksop; my egg an uddlej my toast u chip; my butter lard; my buckwheat cakes dem'd llabby. EveryIt's filled with a big lol of samples thing has it tipsy taste and smells of ' Garments made- in tho 1892 stylos, corked Madeira. Oh, my head!'' Such talk would not make tho lovor No two aliko. Will shock you with moro captivating. Ho had hotter ! Don't hesitate, left to himsolf, to tako his breakfast tho low prices. with what stomach he may. como at once. ' ' Nor docs Mrs. Brothcrtoft think it wiso to remark upon yesterday's dinnoi and its distinguished guests to her daughter. . Itemark brings rejoinder. This morning, again, Lucy had no kiss BRANDENBURG, KY. ", for hor mother. Instead of tho warm, tender caress of other days, witli warmth and tenderness for two, Lucy's mannor" TW rifl AfytHMliA T was gravo and distant. ' Mrs. Brothcrtoft divines incipient re-- , WAYNE'S bollion in hor daughter. OINTMENT, Tliis of course must not 1k. IvtUw.t t.j UKr.il I Tho mother did not know that Lucy hHMHit. t.r.1 Mt : I tar.MMns.luh. tilt had hoisted a signal of distress and that . feuds. kML At.. Usfls ready to was m ill !r. VBtussl MUtltk JJ.lrM Da. she from almost must and haul ithor ililg . ! hj toll, fly up 3M iimnttu. m at the half g.tiusxM.ruiuNfait, rfc,iiuvwiWM' I mathllof defiance. This Mra. Broth son-in-la- tears. , , CO., jHtVK Jk ';? tricity. Flash back! from tho whites of Voltaire's eyes and from his teeth. It waa but a bri-- f flash, but abiding ough to show Lucy through her gloom ouo llguro stealing to hor succor. Him Bho wasi6uro of her fathor. But ono gloam from tiio whites of a black could not rovcal tho other recruits to hor robol army, So thoy must romain latent, with their names and facos latent until sho cnu havo an interview with her complottor. But what a hot agony of hopo blazed up within her jit YoUairo.'fl look and cunning nodi "I must not ccrcani with joy," sho though. "I must not shriek out this grcat.Avickcd, triumphant laugh I feel stirring in mo. I must not jump up nnd hug tho dear old soul. Thank heaven, irty tea is hot, und I can choko mysolf and cry." . Which sho prococded to do, and undor cover of hor napkin got Iter face into mask condition again. Sho was taking lessons this fair nov-lc-o in what a woman's face is wado for namely, to look cool when tho heart is fiery; to look dull, when tho wits havo just Buffered tho whotstono; to look blank, when tho soul's hieroglyphs will rtaro out if a blush is only turned on; to look tamo, whon tho spirit is tiger; to look poaco, when there is no pcaco; to look mild us now milk, when tho blood boils and explosion butts "It's a very flno day." against tho veird cork of self control. "Very." A guiloful World, guileless lady! and "A most uncommonly flno day for this you must fight your fight today with Joosod climate." silonce and Kccrccy lest mamma detect No reply. a flutter in your bosom nnd your fledg"I'd box tho dumb tiling's cars if sho ling purpoou of flight got its pin feathers was Mrs. K.," thought tho major. "But eho sh a' n't rilonco mc. I'll give her anpulled, if not its neck wrung. Voltaire limped forward with n plat other chance. 'Ahem! Mlts Luuy! of buckwheat cakes. They wcro meal Wouldn't you liko to ctroll out nnd tako of the crop which had whitened tho tho nlrV slopes Of Westchester this summer and "No, I thank you. Do not lot mo i purpled them this autumn. They were you." round us a doubloon or the moon nt b "I say, you know, wo'ro to bo married fullest. Their edges were sharp nnd not tomorrow. You needn't bo bo infernally i ragged und taggy. Their complexion distant." was most dulioato mulatto. Their "My tnothor wishcB mo to join her was bnbbly us tho wukoof n steamwith tho dressmakors." boat. Eyes never lighted on higher art "Well, if you won't como, you won't." that the top cako, and even tho ono next cays iiorr, taxing nimseii ou in tho plate utterly reftisod to bo soggy. Indeed, each )uneako was a pooin a no walked out upon the lawn. The, madrigal of 'Jappho'H most simply air was nine oxygen uzoto of tho purost confectioning, round as a bonnet proof. Ho swallowed it boozlly, as if it und i.ubtlo in flavor as an epigram. wcro six water grog. Theso iicarU Voltaire cast beforo the Lucy hied to tho trysting place, where1 jwrty. Nobody partook. Nobody ap tho arch plotter was waiting timid pans predated. Koliody noticed. Tho thrco and dishes. appetites of ibo thrco headaches woro "Oh, Voltiire, toll ma!" bIio cried. too dead to mlr. And hero tears interrupted hor and Tho old fellow wus retiring whoi gushed ns if sho intended to tiso tho M.rs. Brutljertol, addressed him roughly: biggest pan for n lachrymatory. "I bIiuL) prompto,l?lato'und break yon, "Don't cry, Miss Lucy," tho old fellow Voltaire, jf y)i aro taken sick ut tho lays. "It's good nowst' , wromr tltno nunln." At which eho only wept tho moro. "Sorry, miaUjts.' Colored mobbas. uiii-- . Without much knowledge of the bus. jmo sioppin mm. uery ban in-- , jhomistry of tears, Voltairo saw that uoeur spending thorn relieved and calmed tho His nppcaranco disarmed suspicion, young lady. Meanwhile, to bo talking Ho was it weury and dismal object after on indifforent subjects until hor first hW jihirnoy. No one, to look nt him,' burst was over, ho said: "I Baw Major would have divined that his pangs worn Bcrammol nt Fishkill, Miss Lucy. Ho of tho, motive powers und not tho digos-tlvasked after your health." that ho buffered with the nlcko-- ' "I am obliged to him." Tho namo lOiin. tho h tubbed too and tho strained scorned to a dnsh of cold water.' calf, and wax utterly uuuonsciouH of a Theso majors fatigued hor. Scrammol stomach, except as a locality for colonlz-hif- f Yankfio, limerick Ifmlon, Brit i white Ho in. do-tai- Tears had htnrted again as sho thought of tho misery ho must lmvo suffered for her disloyalty. But indignation at her mother burned them up, and nho closed her hontoneo sternly. "Ho hees through it all," tint old em bapsadoi replied. "How did ho look? Not very had, 1 hope?" sho caid. Womanlike again, sho must havo the person liefot J Ik r eyes. Sho must t.eo hi in, n visible being that hhocould tak-ther heart with infiuitu lovo and pity and hopo lxjforo she could listen to ids mcsngo of comfort to her. "Ho looked pretty old, Miss Lucy His hair's grown gray. It oughtn't to. He's n lwy still only a littlo lietterthuii forty. He could uiako his life nil over again yet. But ho looked old and settled down, Bad. Ho's got n'frcrgennt's coat on instead of it gcnornl's; but he looks, into his face, as if ho kuow'd all gonerals know, and n heap more." "My dear father!" interjected Lucy in tho midst of Voltaire's description. And sho thought what n Imlovcd task it would bo for her to renew und restoro that mined life. "And now, Voltairo," sho said, "can ho protect me?" "Wo talked It all over. Ho didn't seo anything ho could do. Ho wiid ho was too broken hearted to plan for anybody." Poor Lucyl nil her hopes thus dashed down! Sho could almost hear her own I FORKS, PLATED WARE, I CHILDREN'S SETS- S 0 I (0 GUNStP MJYliVIUlNl nKHiUlMlTirtM I 1U1 Of nil descriptions. ri r 7 PAYNE ?rinr - & CO. -- HI 5 Q OLOVERPORT, KY. in C& - aO' M33i43r - SS heart break. But Voltairo continued: "Ho had guv" (no Tombiglioo, old iwyl) "given it all up, and I was goiu off feelln mighty low mighty low, I tell you. Miss Luuy. I started off for tho woods nnd sot down, lookin for a Fquerril hole l'nr wravlnn to git into nnd diu liko u fourlegs. Jess HMtly urt In the nickel unci wire fence tntlit- poit. Nut oecllcil by siuy lur tlclil. thou, jess beforo I'd found my dylu bed, enno, nptcil ami perfect wurk 1'iirly to lxt) roils .iil.iycun le wotcn. 1 lie ulrc for u three I hcerd Miinebody ecrcech, 'Voltairo, ilonlilc tr.'inil picket fence can lie loii;lit for o Voltairo!' liko mad. Fust I thought to iiccntt per roil, (iu.iruntrcil to give perfect iitikf.iriloii, llefcreiice 'twas tho holy angels. Then I thought Hunk, .Man.liclil, Onlo. : A Lltlreiu' Nutloi al l'iwiI hcIKc ncent praps 'twas tho black dobbin prowlin. wnntcil in every cmny nnil towiiklilp In Hie ens tho woods pretty ITnltiil States, (iooil ut Wildes nnilwlieicl work I looked iiround linve wholetulu Will t.vll one niacliine skecrcd, and lieered chestnuts drap. no m:ftit. Alto wire and oilier fencing material Then como tho yell ngiiin, and your fa- ut win lc.ile. Illustrateil ilrcul.tr .anil Icrim ther lighted right down on mo and friu. Aililrcx S. H. GARRETT, ' I didn't dragged mo back liko a t. I'utcntec ntul Manufacturer, know what vus coinln, but ho yanked I1iiiihI1h1(1. Ohio. mo up tho bank to tho old woll of Squire Van Wyck's farmhouse, and go-car- The Garrett Fence Machine. I m mi hi rTrrwlg'j ii there I Baw" CLARENCE M. GORDON, At this point of ids eager recital VoIntttuctor in ltaire's ancient bellow hud to pause and draw breath. and Typewriting. "Saw!" cried Luuy, equally eager, Shorthand peopling tills pause with a great legion A Inn 'In rnnncctloii with W'emer'n of upsturt hopes all in buff and blue, lliitlneia Collide. 1'lnir, i I llnnk-ke- n old Continentals complete from boots to cues, but htrangers to her, and therefore without faces. "Saw Major Skerrett l" goeped Voflnu ltairo. nnil Arltliinctlc. The t.rahani S Hem, Callnraph ami Itcinliiiitnn Te-writeThe only Col'e;e in the Statu ol Kentucky lintnrsrit hy linicUl W l : tAvBllst.tt (To bo Continue Clocks that don't Sulzor's. n- - 1.) thelirtt )ear Ono Hundred Sixteen Pupils , ICttilili.lieil In iSI, anil limine; 3Kr ol watchln- g- tex-tur- o ( aim-geon- ., TliuCloVerport.Miehaiiics' thulr plcturiH taken In their lust Sunday 6venlug. nw weir enrolled. Tlilt pek for itx-lfW'v Ket yon a situation us soon ns you heroine i onixlent to hold one. Itefcrcncc Charles A. (irulimn und (ilIWiul the Hand Inul, Clan nco K. Walker,llic city, writs to sieiioL'rMiihers for lliem for suits uildicsa, liiforiiialion. I'or cataloijue CLARENCE, M. CORDON, Cor, fourth .VMurkt.t.Sls, I.OUISVII.I.K, KV. Jff ' irkflrK W- 1 - sssssssssssssssssssLv DANIEL DIIOOKS ? ' '1 dell-cat- o TO EXPEL SCROFULA take from the system, J,0. IIOUHNK, t J, M.'HAflVKU, BOURNEHARPER, BROOKS & CO , Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY AVER'S blood-purifi- er Sarsaparilla tlie standard tonic. o uct-lik- Irr Cures Others you. will cure It and Job Pfinting, In anyv'stylc v at this OfficeU m$&&$rMmw'- , "awrreaaiigy- - 4 Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, THR BREGKENRIDGE NEWS, GLOYKRPORT, KY. News. 11, 1893. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. JANUAKY Proprlctori. NO D. A VIUG1LO. IlAnnAOIJ, Editors snd L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. 001X11 WIST. Passenger Daily arr. lUrdlniburf .12i4S p.m. .Mail and It, t, at.KxprMT. Local Time Card. Bait H aoixo (AST. Passenger Daily arr. IUrJInibarj- - 7iS0 a.m. bxpreia " golnjr Local freight " " " " " Weit East, West Weit Bait .10.44 a.m. 6.67 p.m. - 9.46 p.m. 11.19 .m. ..10.04 a.m. 10.01 a. in. County Court next Monday. liny your flour of Hardin & Drown. Go to Hardin & Drown for groceries. Duy your cigars of Hardin & Drown. Buy your candy from Hardin A Drown. Day your meat from Hardin & Drown. W.K. Withers, Kirk, was In town Monday. Duy your vegetables from Hardin & Drown. Mrs. Slaton has been quito sick for several days. Duy your sugar and coffee from Hardin & Drown. Dusinuss for tiio February Court is coming in slowly. Tho county clerk issued 108 inarriago licenso last year. Andrew Severs went to Frankfort with his fattier last week. Milt Mathcny has section two on tho L. II. & W. in very fino shape. Lawrence Vessels, while out skating last Saturday, got his arm broke. Miss Lucy Frank returned to her home at Dewleyvillo last MouJuy. Chas D. Miller, D. S. D. O., is hustling tho boys up for tho February court. Denedict Mattingly takes charge of tho Hambletou hotel tho first of February. Miss Georgia Hawkins, Stephensport, was visiting hero last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Sutton will build a new millinery shop on the lot purchased of A. X. Fourteen applications havo been made to Senator Carlisle for tho odlco of District Attorney for Kentucky. Oaulo Aldert Gaita, tho great musician, died suddenly in New York loot Saturday morning. His death was caused by a tumor in tho right lung. Tin Mason & Ford Company, lessees of tho Frankfort prison labor, aro now indebted to tho SUito over $40,000, says Governor Drown in his messago to tho leg- islature. Mr. D.Stewart Miller, representing a largo English Company Is preparing to open oxtcnslvo coal mines at Deanfield,a point on tho OwonsboroA Falls of Ilough railroad. In IJoyd county, Ky., tiio ltepublican Circuit Court clerk refuses to surrender tho office to his Democratic successor. Tho matter will bo contested in tho Court of Appeals. The escape of a circus elephant at Crawfordsvillo, Ind., caused a stir there, such as has not been known since Judge Greslmm announced that ho would vote for Cleveland. Lyman Pierce, of Owensboro, displayed remarkable, nerve and calmness in tin) insult offered his wife by James Kendall. Hut Kendall, poor-fellowas drunk, but for which lie might probably bo living to-da- Kin-chelo- e. With tho retirement of Judge Holt from the Court of Appeals, both the tho higher courts of the Statu become wholy Democratic. Judge Holt is the only Htraightout ltepublican ever elected us such to tho Supreme Bunch in Kentucky. The World's Fair managers havo decided to request Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes to furnish an appropriate ode for of tho great Exposition in May. Tho venerable poet has done much for literature in years past, and it is said, this is to bo his final master-piec- tho oponing At a meeting of representatives of the natural gas companies held at Indianapolis, Ind., last week, facts and figures were presented showing that the supply of natural gas in that State was rapidly waning, and unless some measures of protection wore adopted, it would soon bo exhausted. that tho loss to the the United States by purchasing silver under the Sherman Act of 1800, has already reached the enormous sum of $000,000,000. It is sjwken of as "tlio greatest monumental financial blunder in human history," but tho good (?) work still goes on and will continue tin-till It is estimated Btopjed by n Democratic Administration. Tiikkk lias been some intimation that tho election held last November in conformity to tho new Constitution was void and that the officers elected under it had no title to the offices. Governor Drown is rojtorted as saying however, that the law is valid, and that Circuit Judges anil nil officers liave a good title. A few contested cases would nevertheless, bring about some interesting litigation. Will there be a ltepublican party 181)07 In The question is debatable and from the best information al hand is mixed with doubt. The hard lines along which thin party has marched recently, the many tips and downs it has had in handling public questions, and tho Jeers and thrusts given it upon all sides, coupled with tho fact of its overwhelming defeat last November leads many to believe that "who has shot her lust wad." It hat been generally ndmitted all round that the next United States Senate would be Democratic. Tho attempt of tho Republicans however, to defeat tho will of the people in one or two States may ultimately change the result. This only goes to show their morbid greed for ower. At this time Hoar, I'latt, Quay and other ltepublican bosses in tho Senate aro perfecting their organization to retain control of that body in the future at all hazards. A mono other things it remains for tho Democrats to make somo improvement in the Department of tho United States. Tho Republicans all along promised great reforms in this department, but failed in many instances to carry them out. Tho service is very good as it stands, but th"ro is room for great improvement. The people In tho rural districts complain that they do not get mail enough. This is a great country, and tut it develops and Improves tho pco-pl- o will naturally demand increased mail facilities. Post-Offi- We call especial attention to tho good showings made in tho statements of tho condition of tho Ureckinildgo Dank and tho Dank of Hurdlnsburg. Tho Hank of Hardinsburg is a young bank, and tho roportof its clover cashier, Mr. M. II. Heard, shows that it has immediately started on tho road to success and is a solid Institution. Tho Drccklnridgo Dank as Is has long been considered, in commercial circles, as ono of tho solid banking institutions of tho State. The people of Dreckonridgo should congratulate themselves that thoy havo two such safe banks in wJilch thoy can deposit their wealth and through which they can transact their business. well-know- Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Props., Toledo, O. Wo the undersigned, havo known F.J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and believe him pcr'ectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations mado by their firm. WeetATrunx, wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O., Wnlding, Kinnan A Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, John Farmer who was brought hero acting directly upon the system. Price, from Cloverport and lodged in jail was 70c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. released last week. His brothers came Testimonials free. hero from Indiana and deposited $.'100 with tho clerk, the amount of bail reGreat Disaster. quired. Last Friday the ico gorgo broko at Charley Heard nnd Carlt Richardson Cincinnati and destroyed about $100,000 However, tho river soon want to know who interfered with that shipping. box of supplies thoy had packed up to closed again and tho work of destruction take on that hunt. Drown paper and was stayed until about 2:30 o'clock Sunold box lids thoy say were a KKr substi- day evening, when tho screaming of many steamboat whistles announced tho tute for cake oranges and so forth. Henry E. Dullavcn, of Mil wood, Gray- fact that tho ico was again moving. son county, is quite ill with brights dis- With great reports and loud roaring it ease. His daughter, Mrs. Will Moor- broke to pieces, tearing tho boats from man, of Planters Hall, was called to see their moorings nnd sweejiing them out him yesterday. Mr. DeHaven is sixty-flv- o into the stream. Ono steamboat nnd whole coal fleets wero crushed into years of ago. kindling wood, and hundreds of thousI havo on hand a number of now first ands of bushels of much needed coal class sewing machines at Heard A Heel-er'- s were sunk to tho bottom of tho Ohio. which I will sell low down and on Tens of thousands of persons lined tho easy terms. Old machines taken in ex- shores and gazed upon tho grandest change. A guaranteo given with every scene of destruction that over occurred machine. Sewing machlni- - fixtures, and on tho Ohio. Tho aggregated loss Is esmachine needles always on hand. E. E. timated at more thnn $200,000. Tho Rhodes. Sam DIx is authority on hogs. Ho boats wero all well manned, trying to Tho sureties of Win. II. Hell liopo to save them from destruction, and wonder-t- o predicts that tho present high prices will say, not a life was lost, and but ono contlnuo for two years. be relieved of having any thing to pay on his bond. Thoy claim that most of man was seriously hurt. tho mouoy paid over to him was wrongfully paid, and not paid over as tho law Travelers may learn a lesson from Mr. directs. Suit has been brought by tho O. D. Cono, a promlnot attorney, of ParChildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. State In tho Franklin Circuit Court for ker, Dakota, who says: "I never leavo tho amount of tho shortage, and tho homo without taking a bottlo of ChamWben Dabjr m tJck, w tar her CaatorU. securities will asako a fight. I). It. Mur- berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Wh aha wu h Child, aha cried for CaaiorU, ray, of Cloverport, has been retained aa Romeday with mo, and on many occaWhan aba became Viae, aha olung to Caatoria, counsel for tho defense, and thoy will sions havo ran with It to tho rcllof of Whaa aba had ChlldrM, aha caro tham Cm( orU. secure tho services of Hon. Win. Li somo Buffer and have never known It to also, of Frankfort, fall." For Bale by A. It. Flaher. nil-so- y, Whitworth A Hoard will take possession of the Hoard hotel the first of next month. Jahez Hayncs was hero last week nnd qualified as constable in tho Union Star precinct. James Lloyd and Miss Bessie Horsley were married by Itev. H. W. Cox, Dec. 25th, 'W. Mr. Carlt Richardson and Miss Sallio Richardson, Union Star, aro visiting hero this week. Mr. John J. Driest was hero last week and qualified as constable in the Dewleyvillo precinct. Mr. Joseph Wright and daughter, of Mayilidd, Kentucky, are visiting Mrs. R. G. Gardner. George W. Durton was hero last weok and qualified as constable in the Rough Creek precinct. Tho Epwortli league will give a musical entertainment at the M. E. Church next Tuesday night. Misses Alico Eskrldgo and Katie Deaucliamp, of Falls of Rough, aro visiting friends here. Mr. W. W. Vessels is negotiating tho sale of his bar hero and contemplates moving to Cloverport. The Wheelers held u meeting at the Court house last Saturday, but the attendance was quite small. Frank Adkisson has broke up housekeeping. Ho thinks of going to tho Indian Territory in tiio spring. Mr. John lloucn has withdrawn from the firm ofS. A. Hafley and gone to Iuisville to secure a position teachers hero There were twenty-silast Friday and Saturday to stand tho examination for school certificates. Gold watch, pair bracelets, and neck- Jaro given way down at bottom figures. n Charley Heard, Jeff Hook, Carlt and J. I!. Cox left Monday for a limit of several weeks on Rough Creek. Assessor Leonard Coshman was here lost week and appointed Joseph Whitworth one of Ids deputies in tho Constantino precinct. Dr. J. W. Hart, of McDaniels, has brought suit in the Circuit Court against the German Fire Insurance Company for $I,!tOO loss on his barn and other property insured. Tho fojlowing parties havo been supervisors of the tax list, J. T. Skillman, C M. McGlothlan, John R. Wimp, R. G. Robertson and G. P. Jolly. They will meet tho first Monday in march. x Rich-uniso- Hon. D. II. Severs returned to Frankfort last week. When questioned on matters political, ho said that In his opinion Carlislo would go into tho cabinet nnd after tho 4th of March thcro would bo red hot times in tho Legislature to olect Ho was entirely non his successor. commitnl among tho eovcral aspirants himself, but ho said ho thought Stono from tho First district would bo felt in tho raco. Mr. Severs will havo n pretty largo nr to grind himself about March 4th, and ho dosn't want to leavo any gaps down. Tho Collcctorslup in tho Second district will go to somo good Democrat and Mug thinks ho had as well havo it as any ono. Ho is a hustler among tho politicians, and tho man that gets in ahead ot him will bavo to stir himself late and early. Tho Hardinsburg Fish nnd Gamo club gave their annual banquet at Heard's Hotel last Saturday night. Tho occasion was a pleasant and enjoyable a flair. Tiio club seems to bo a fixture hero now, and our town is quito proud of tho organization. Tho club was organized about three years ago, and is composed of a number of tho best men in the place. All of them aro not capital hunters of course, but enough are sufficiently fond of tho sport to keep up a lively interest In tho organization. week thoy killed about ono bundled quail and when tho timo for tho supper arrived they had gamo in abundance. The spread was elegant in every particlar, and was enjoyed immensely by tho largo company that were invited to partake of their hospitality. Those present were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. M.Eskridgc,Mr.nndMrs. C. E. Hitswell, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Heard, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Beard, Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Heard, Messrs. J. B. Cox, W. F. Hook, Marlon Beard, T. J. Hook, B. F. Beard, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hook, John I Inswell, jr., Mrs. Llnuio Haswell, Jesse Whitworth, Mrs. Mattio Heston, Frauk Board, Miss Eva Henslcy, Mr. and Mrs. Tlios. II. Withers, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haswell, Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Babbagc, .Miss Bettio Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Heeler, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Monarch, Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, Mrs. D. II. Severs and son, Miss Georgia Hawkins, Stephensport, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. II. C. Board, Miss Lizzie Eskridgo, Miss Katie Esktidge, M. II. Beard, Miss Sallio Union Star, Godfrey Haswell, Ed. Beard, Miss Lucy Frank, Bowloy-villMiss Eva Board, Miss Huttio May, Miss Mattio Adkisson, Miss Emma May, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. N. C. Moseiey, Miss LUlie Scott, J. It. Eskridgo, Miss Annio DeJernett, Miss Hessio Heard, Miss Tida Mercer, Mrs. G. W. Beard, Amos Board, Miss Bettio Hook, Claud Mercer, Carlt Richardson, Union Star, Miss Lulu Jolly. Rich-ardson, e, r rnnr&rwfWUWJTXrv''' Hflnjf n f DIRT! Your Watch needs cleaning nnd oiling once overy eighteen months, if you would preaervo its timo keeping qualities. Rubbers. sl Rubbers. ' -- t' v . if ft? 7""; v r 'S . . b .t rr'.f-!- CONSIDER: In that timo tho balanco wheel turns on its delicate axis 13, times ; It does not "rest" at night like ordinary machines, but keeps at work night and day. You oil an engino or machino daily or weekly, but that delicato machin-isyour watch is allowed to go uncaredforuntil it Is clogged with dirt 000,-800;0- Rubber Shoes, $ 'r'ti . art rf'i' I1 fcr Hon. R. E. Pierco. Wo furnish our readers in this issuo of tho Nkws a cut of tho Hon. It. It Pierce, ono of tho most useful men who over lived in this or any other city. His life has been one of activity and enterprise. Ho was born in Louisa county in tho stato of Virginia in tho year, 1823, and was educated nt what was known as "Old Field Schools," at that timo tho best patronized and most popular schools of any other in tho "Old Dominion." At an early ago ho bacamo a clerk In a country store Afterwards ho was depot agent at a point on what is now tho Chcsapcako A Ohio Railroad. In timo ho was mado conductor on a train on tho road also mail agent between Washington City and Richmond, Va. Tho attention of tho late D. B. Harris, ono of tho largest tobacco operators in tho country, was attracted to tho young man who was exhibiting tho finest business capacities. It resulted in an engagement of ills services to como- to Cloverport, nnd manage his largo tobacco business here. This brought Mr. Pierce Ho has to Cloverport In tho year 1847. resided hero from that day to this. Ab before remarked, a more useful man never lived in any community. His tobacco operations wero largo for a great number of years in which timo ho paid out largo sums of monoy to planters, and employed hundreds of hands in his His fairness and justness as stemmcry. an employee was singularly illustrated in a successful race he mado for tho Legislature somo years ugo. Tho laboring population of Cloverport voted for him, black nnd white, almost to a roan, regardless of party affiliation, giving as a reason that ho was a public benefactor and a just man. During his career as a tobacconist, ho engaged in other enterprises merchant, miller, farmer, etc. driving everything before him with an energy and activity that was remarkable. He built several of tho largest houses in tho olden timcB of Cloverport. Tho largo brick building on Front and Oak streets in tho West end ; tho largo building where tho o is now kept, which ho rebuilt from an old frame ; tho handsome and commodious dwelling occupied by his son, It. H. Pierco on High street ; tho largo store house of S. L. Sulzcr; tho hugo tobacco Btemmory on Huston street; and other houses of various kinds not now remembered by the writer. While a member of tho Legislature ho procured a charter for a railroad from Louisville through this section, called tho "Louisville, Cloverport and Western." With bucIi a man as Mr. Pierce, this meant actuality not a railroad merely ou paper. He saw its possibilities, and after his service in tho Legislature, with his usuul untircing energy and indomitable persoveranco, bo allied himself with others, and his labor finally eventuated in tho Louisville, St. Louis A Texas Railway and Fordsvillo branch, Jiwiiiy xccognizedJiy its-- owners, jvnd all' others as a splendid property, a benefaction to tho country through which it passes. Were that railroad tho only life work of Mr. Pierce, it would bo enough to crown him with honor nnd invoko tho gratitude of tho people. Who of us can estimate tho anxiety Buffered and tho labor performed by tho man to consumHo quailed before no mate his hopes? difficulty, yieled to no discouragement, Bubmited to all manner of ridicule, and moved onward till success beyond oven his own most sanguine expectation rewarded his labors. And now ho can tho work of his hands and rejoice. How largo tho benefits tho people along tiio course of tills railroad enjoy I It matters littlo now that tho Ohio freezes and dries up. The people can travel and ship every day in tho year. Towns havo sprung into existence where formerly tho cornstalk grew. Business and shipping points are almost at every man's door. Sleepy villages now givo forth tho busy hum of city lifo. It must bo gratifying indeed to Mr. Pierco when ho thus sees tho work of his hands. Ho occupied his station in tho grand achievement, which probably no other man could havo filled, and without which it novor would havo been accomplished. Do wo rightly and sufficiently appreciate tho man and his work V r Mr. Pierco can now very well afford to retire at his ago of lifo, on his laurels. Ho has filled his space In his generation. Ho boa surpassed tho most of his fellows m tho achievements of lifo. Ho has been useful and beneficial to his fellowmen. Cloverport especially owes him a largo dobt. Look about us, and tho reason why la us apparent as tho noonday sun. post-officbo-bo- ld m Rubber Boots, priqivTqiyygftfgrnn . and stops. Tho best oil becomes thick and dirty in time, in this condition it wears tho pivots, and deTho samo stroys its use fulness. may also bo said of your clock. So do not let them run until thoy aro ruined, but havo them attended to. rYanTyyacrYinnfMMM Arctics, DQOI Alaskas, F. N. D'HUY, Competent Repairer, CI.OVEIU'OUT, KY. SgJgSgJgSElI Commissioner's Noticos. pltECKENRIDOE vi. CIRCUIT COURT I Ladies' Rubbers, wwwvwvywwivw)wwvwwvwvvvwy Children's Rubbers, VWWVWWrtAWVWWWllVWAWWVyW Kate h. Bennett, Ailm'r.,... ) .....Plaintiff, Bulsh Dennett, ke All periom baring claims against the tttate of Edgar Dennett, deo'd, are hereby notified to produce their elalroi before me properly proren, at my office In Hardlntbure, on or before the FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL, next. Given under my band as Commissioner of aid Court. thU loth day of December, 1892. V. O. lUnruoit, C. B. 0. 0. DRECKENRIDOE CIRCUIT COURT i Plaintiff, Notice In Equity. J Defendant. Buian E. Frank, Ac All perieni having elalmi agalnit the eitate of Andrew Frank, deo'd, are hereby notified to produce their claimi before me, at .my office, in ilardlnibunr. properly proven, on or before )NDAY IN FEURUARY, the BKUUHU Andrew Frank, Admo'r....) VI. 1892. Given I Notice In Equity. J -- Defendant. Men's Rubbers, I ..' Wm. Vest & Sons, I ,',a, under my hand, this 16th day of December, 1892. V. O. IUbiaoi, 0. B. 0. 0. CIRCUIT COURTi 1 rRECKENRIDOE Plaintiff. Notice in Equity. J Defendant. II. O. Morton, Ac All permm having claimi agalnit the eitata of II O. Martin, deo'd. are hereby notlded to produce fhelr claimi before me, at my office, In Hardlniburg, properly proven, on or before the SECOND MONDAY IN FEURUARY, J. 8. Morton, Admo'r vi, THK "MUUUY JUNCTION" TEA I'AKTY. 1892. Oiven Rubbers. . . Rubbers. . Tho most enjoyable event of tho holidays was the Mughy Junction Tea Party given by Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Jolly, Tuesday evening. Tiio plot was, each young lady should bring a basket of lunch and Mr. Will Lennon should bo auctioneer, and Bell tho baskets to the gentleman that bid the highest, and tho gentleman should cat tho lunch with tho young lady who owned the basket. Tho amount of money made was $10.20 to be given to tho M. E. church. Tho young ladies present were Misses Stella and Lillio Scott, Ola nnd Mattio Adkisson, Lida and Mattio Heston, Nellio Cox, Daisy Mercer, Mary Board, Maggio and Beo Miller, Annie L. Gardiner, Lizzio Board, Kliza Board and Myrtle Fraize, of Mc-Daniels, Eva Hensley. Mary Downier. Tho young gentlemen present wero Messrs. Frank and Milton Board, Joo and Lloyd Cox, Morris, Ed. and Will Beard, John and Godfrey Haswell, Claud Mercer, Jesso Whitworth, Jesw Eskridgo, Jeff Honk, Will Lennou and JumeH-Kiucheloc under my hand as Commlnloner of aid Court, thli loth day of December, 1892. V. Q. Bammok, 0. B. 0. C. WHRN YOU ' GOTO LOUISVILLE Inspect our fino lino of ' " FUTURE, Parlor Suites, Wardrobes, Folding Beds, Chiffoniers, It embraces everything found in a first-clas-s house. -- 0 ) to bo Notice, All those who know themselves to bo indebted to S. A. Huffy A Co. come forward and settle by cash or note, as partnership has been dissolved. How's This. Smoking Lounges, Book Oases, Etc. Etc. DON'T FORGET i I (I That wo manufacture Ladies' Desks, Tea Tables v SldeBoards, (i j Secretaries, Hat Backs, Cabinets, Etc. Etc. I) Mattress, OF ALL KINDS. And that our facilities for repair work and rcupholstcring can not bo surpassed. Cativas Work of all kinds to order. $ II I $ vsSffiffiKMBasaiag .s. ., . j. Schupp & Schmidt ,' ;W- - ." ,' M'P'G CO., 421-42- 5 W. Market Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. Does Cloverport to glvo Want a Cigar Fac- Ifand yet Clovorport wants us tho tale end of bcr orders. Docs it tory. I Farm for Bale. Saturday, January 28, 1802, ' your city for tho past four months, and havo paid out for manufacturing cigars alone, not including my own labor, $325. Every cent has beon spout with yonr merchants, to say nothing of what I havo spent for my family, Ji have sold cigars to tho amount of $275.50, not enough to pay my labor. Now, how cun a factory oxlst in your city at this rate ? Two merchants hayo purchascd.twoithlrdfl of tho .amount sold hero: lam solicited by good business men of other towns, whero I soli mora cigars than rdo he.ro, to movo my factory. I own prpporfy4cra In your city and havo como hero to stay, but I am compollod to go whero I can do tho best Now, docs Cloverport want a cigar factory or not ? It is left for you to decide I havo lately taken in as a partner, my brothor, 0. S. Boll, and wo expect to I havo boon manufacturing clears In or Impair it, help a town to patronUe homo industry Is left for you to deciuo. As wo bavo Just started in tho Now Year, I in- My farm of ico acrei, near HhodelU, la for ale chejp and on eaiy term,. I frill wll to the hlghcit bidder on hope you will all come forward with largo orders and help to encourago homo Respectfully, dustry. J. W. Bku, all my live stock, farming Implement!, hotfre-hol- d and kitchen furniture, etc. The lltt contain!, one teven year old Jack, of cttabllthed reputation, honxa, cattle, sheep, hogs, new wheat drill, culUvatora, bedtteadt, stoves and a . great many minor articles. Terms one and two years with 6 per cent. from date. S. K. VESSELS. Mrs. E. 0. Bhea, of Milford, Neb., sayssho suffered greatly from a complication of diseases of femalo weakness and liver and kidnoy troubles. Her health was fully restored by using Dr. Halo's Ilousohold Tea.tho most pleasant and most effectivo medicine known. 25c. and 50c. per package at Short & . Hayncs' drugstore. , Notice. tho Clovorport Steam Laundry, and will placo a set of flrst'class hands in It as soon V as I can possibly get thorn from Cincln cinnati. Hopimryou will sharo your patronage, I havo purchased the entire stock of I am, Respectfully, v W. It. KyiIkr. ? Notioe to Gas Consumers-Customer- s of tho Cloverport I'ipo Lino Company aro hereby notified that thoy mako it a success if yon will only givo us will be charged doublo rates on jets a liberal portion of your patronage In- wlion used for other than illuminating stead of giving us an ordor for 50 cigars purposes. Lights seen burning in tho nnd send off an order for a 1,000 or more, dsytimo will bo noted, and If paymont give homo Industry tho largo order and for tho extra timo is refused tho gas will I am 1)0 turned oif without further notice. send tho small ordor away. O. T, Skillman making a cigar that is highly comand Gon'l Mg'r. plimented by men of largo cities, Sc-c'- Pnmaaernlol u. UUiiimriWIfl! UWlWI.CXINQTON,KY.CAtepest & But Bu$Tnn Celkn In h WtrU. rmn."Wt nmer si w ) Ki.hHUp. ft PlliA OF KY. UNIVZRBITV. - v4. Cmrwmitm Miliars iTrMf HutU,r?. m I fnrvax lB)ta4U Tilttts, tf4. pirVUMA IfltanmiM tM Tlmfcr t Iltff HI, UfUDUMMaltlTM.lHr P WILBUR Vifc R.IMITH, LMINOTfclVKY' ,vr'" ! ..,- -, wjjmjupi! T THR BRRGKRNRIDGB1 NRWB, GLOYRRPORT, KY. Breckenridge LOCAL News. J. T. F. Owen pasawl up on tlio train .Monday. REV. W. K. PENKOD. -ii WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1803. mmmMmmimi DUflnDlJ. Miss Kntio Boyd boa been qult.i hick i BRE ,. T,iat Wn ,ntnr. IJIfi l.t. Tl Spoons suitable for b; Tho cold annp Uoa eh work. a Woolen discount Babbngo. Mr. J. J. Dyer went last week on business. Miss Brook Stephens, Mies Salllo Murray last Dr. Frank, of Mt. Pit city a couplo of days lai Bargains in all kinds ing goods at Babbngo'e. Mrs. James Hudson, Monday night, Jan. 2d over-Bhlrt- Breckenridge sJXTsx.j."M:5"a:. News. Lt?:':..Ui3ra,,i''.'toknoU-thn-.- .-.. .."''." """ viriff imiirr . ... j etltcti regnhrty, i UK. VH1 ttntl ti. mime vn lit lut iiu.l,,,..,.. ....... .. ,...,..,... """" irtn, WW 'J" nmt writ -i cnirnM I aS4VliYTlM8Dn. y.ivo;orjj;.w, " ' y ""' mil , """ r ffln.totot, mil, M,,i'"p 3'te ,,,,. .. ' ,., t I us senator Car i islo will BRANDENBURG. f council on tho lhmWint lions. ",,,s ..., 'lm's "'"" .... 8"oo t Vmfj t Buys more goods now than it would a wook ago, in certain linos, because Winter Goods must be sold. in 1 vWt'M Mar' M"n'" U ,n 011 a A .Br. at tidal wave of religion haUwept "" ..V "' I-- , J.'-.- For additional local tnont sent out with thi If faithfully usod, will remove scrofula" in) exists. Efton Beavin. son of who has been serious! cent. Skates almost go left. Come beforo tl Sulzer's. " Tho shops opened i after tho holidays, an as usual. Remember Fleiscli yeast can bo had free Sulzer's. Sleighing is good, l seem to bo as much a as usual. It will bo noticed Nkws that wo have crs around hero. Will Farber, wh friends in Derby sim ed homo Sunday. Lost your rub! Never mind, Sulzcr'i samo popular kind. Ico creepers pri of ico bowaro of Sulzer's havo thomJ Shirts suitablo summer wear., Ta! bago's ten per cent, There is a good d ed in tho Pellvillo t monia is tho preva An enterprising his business tlirouj wise and judicious Miss Alta CroBso day after a pleasai Mies Eunico Cross Ayer'B Catharti appetlto and reg them. Have you Patton's lake resort for tho sk tho the fact ico. Tho usual now diBustrious in C Business is movii furntt t ,, fe tht diminution. If you happen on the icy pave peaking of clo big stock, under There was onl erenco between made that differ gold by trading Quarterly m Asbery M. E. cl: and 15. Dr. L elder, asaistGiLl Don't you t atall? If you i bago now at whiltyou have Rev. D. S. B through tho c Clifton Mills, v tracted mcotin of tho eoiiuty, hero Is x.cnuor. .Ire. J. SIcAnlido last weok. Shicu its first introduction, crime more revolting thai, tho Eleclrlu other. iU,rahns gi.ino.1 mpldly Nwir Pdlovillt., on the -Kill ,AIn,i" ,,n8 III JHHulU, oth of I)0u,nr n delightful visit to favor, until now it J9 Hearly SS,LW,"-ac:roIuisvllle. t ho lend VOTiCBtho l.,l.vl rciia paper were nmrriwl. I'l.l. -If your ..... aiw. Mason McMoniglo returned to ''0"g,.ure,nediclnalonlcs,lndalto r. HiBchj.cplre.1 plcerinexv. you do not imrtl..H ...... i . Want t!ie JMpir plua.o ..n.M ' NI"0lu"l (inn cm, and Bardstuon, Ky,, ist Thursday. ilrny V "'n talcrUto ', artel to that effect. le ,. g "i.Hteuii(.aSabeverageorintoxic.ut, Njulro Henry Smith, "f Hill with tho b Grove ,B,U-s the best and pures 0I admiring friends vicinity, was in town ItistHaturdav for all aihnents of d Tliuchool on East HiMeloso.l that all or KI.luPj-B.-Ilnt will t tlio now home """ .Mr. . Shacklett was Tirndaysoftheiiiillonniii nnlinvppiiro. I..Vt .1. . Hoa.laehe, IndlL-eMlothe teacher. o....,' ScI. J01"' ," tl.e.o was fowplo Mrenuously denied C'Iiiih. Moreincn. ir.. I.n n..,. iy com... wiiile tho 1 i .. drive Malaria I n .. versary of (,;,.!,, anything wrong II , ",,H.' !.. ..i ,Moawiieoion' aa enginetT on Jnclcsoas vlrtory Mas being ccl,'brtitur Wacunguanrntep,! with '"" .vB.em. On last Tumlny nijrlit, each bottle Mr,. tho nillroad. or the money will be unui P tllU niipicf8 of the I Crowstoh-outfromtl- . i i..' , relnnded. VlCi) . Kf lltllukv I)..mn..n.il .l..t. I..I...I ..111 . only 60e. per bottle. Let ii8 revive the "Mites" ,,,,,1 jh, ,1V . vmii hi "Aid omt.ngthu great IVmocraU.. ainaiiticr of Morpheus, Unynes, drngpfstN. as pleasant pastime and a !,,., nd and going to nu benefit Butesina,,, .Maj. Ro'.ert RIH.auUon, .W removed all douhtH as to tho ,l.,. u inn a Cleveland's Majority m tho lawvnrim.i i..,n.... i. Bro. It,.,, Hagan filled l.la o...... . " i... ....... Electoral . .m...iB iVUIHU). etfiious rumors, an.l 11.. 01 mat cny, took -. " .' ' T01""1 .f. vum-gllio ptiin.l ,! for found I.or a liltln !rt . r" mentshero in tho Ilnntl.i. ..i... ' . ..... win 00 108. -" 'yillSlll M..I....I- . .. . New Vok-.muni, an hour h. M tho audi. h..r..r, a.-- Tlie Wlti-i- i .. ,or ."". lirntlmi.-'r- . i "u.iuuiiy Hii.l Mlll.lay. BTOI1B '"-sI,l.bolli1.l,vi.hthl..o,t,.onu..I,t ay: "T" O. G. Mo.emen.sr., h.rn,.t day ,tt,om" has returned from ( that ever foil rrom Jrecrii. (vint..ut W and coifoH.(i her .iii. q. H psofnian. i.n.i II 1)03311)10 to ' ""'"uwwii. no uiHi ... uharf ' bii:it give an menrate tali!., nf ,. Hiild was not her h.ist,..,i ..... ...... .. n an ico harbor below tow n. a soldier, rtntrsinnn nn.l no "las Pitwdfiit as it shoi.1,1 i... ...... .... '. iu- nn Mi, I ettio Clarkson .:'..Kleclornl Colle.ro ami w.ii. ...... A1"0 . "ivmiini. Hpc.t the iiin lionniv nt if n : with hor mother, has tho speech was .'xtotiinoi.-moni.Total number of vo.- .- m, boinoagood name. returned to .. i post of duty in the school-room- . "'"NBiry to . ' .'. ..I,,...... ...... ... oinw from the heart, which only made . ;;;"""-'.'iievolnnd's majoritv. los it Our sheriff. P. Woolfolkan.l -- u ...u,0 eloquent. Tliero were HI.!... Tho tout! vote for tho Cliamberlain & Co . iw r... other I qualified npeakera, hut they were not muel; lost Monday. .1. 1). nr(i dates 8 .,3 follows: 'IUU in it. I woiiu id inmrtM n.n jiuiiiiuiiuu. fs, Iowa, looks lost Cleveland, ...v.. fci(U ....i.ii,i t..novum Harrieou, M.j ; Weaver, without his saddlo-poeket. '"""..faeturers of the mostsueees.ful True hul.,log Mr IJS0 Allan, of Paradi.o fnaeity with which a Paniionthathasyet been Bottom, produced for wishes to remain Hej.uhiican holds on to an ofllce Kentucky Will bo Represented. hereto keep his chil' heals tho colds and .roup It will loose, record of any other ,,Hp1....,...i...i. drenlnschoollf ho can sreuro a l.n.... I;taiuo.,T, Jan'y. lo.-- The relievo U11u , World's Ilila yet been KVW0 coI(l , invented, not even exept- - ...... o,er treatment. The article Trade, ns usual, isn little dull after tho Hurblll Psed tho house .o,iay ...j , 1"'yal Glue." I,,lllhIlmn referred to isChain.u.rlain'HCough tliriBjinas season. Chcult Court will ofthr,my"l0M,ll,ir'y-8ix-T,,uWc- now rubbing their hands soon ho in session then business will ,.:. . . V ,C,"Un" t,,at lm Mth giro, and Kppubllcnn papow on fame ... arv .j. ...nniy on its merits and one that loom up again. chuddingover the prospect of .... uu .ipjiciiueu upon 'i'lio matrimonial market . n .u i ho Civil Service law has been mi. 0 extended before known remedy that will prevent croup. Mm!y ,h'11 bi Christmas. Only ono .... Koesniit, as to embraco n," li,,L",S0 ItsseopeBeveral thousand positions uithin Itmu8tboriedtoboa,,preeited. It is "ls year. vB ""s-Ji- which up in -- oc. ami fit),., and $1 MIm I.ula L. Harp. bottles.r..nownllh,..ll.vI(..puhllcan8. Now, "' '"u A. . f ltH .. v,... .wwraM, .lames "J' u good poli.-Illand and Xonl for these people to I .ril..ll..rr.ll observe 1. . woul, bo not to drink of iiavo iia.1 Arctic weather for the cup of joy hHir rid ng, but to hicI, .. ,xtent that OutOnaBondof?5,000. nevortholew, they have they will beco.no Pierce, uh.i liii,.,i .. - "hnstled" and will soon be through, " tll,I1 "",,t ''oposi- dallat tl.oPla,tr' . ....nt'neoum recent transfere of Wotlmt Vi tl.0y.W hawking i the real estate are: e oro, one .lay last eek, .. w...., of a UWjI,ion ,,pl.aro,l before Th(j in.(.oini urversait Co. to W.T. Dnrrett, I. . ftiith,.rlan.l ..0 acres for $300, cash, imnistrntlou is pledged to tho Thursday, and ?C1 a year to d people through 1,B attorneys, to be one of reform. Capt. Y. T Kills I.hheth Aiwhut during hor ll(l 0I10 natural "'foniw l8 il,o reform Hugh Green and wlf n .?.. n S0,vleo reform. All tho ,Ui8 ,,0,,,, U"8 ,)- I-' " " i... .n i, . .000 which "r. re orms ithat have y, It i. ... eave. lr"ct ,,car "rnndwibnoraiiil t l,,,.n made in this leform hnveb.ven so reformed, ns it were, thatthero has h ,,n no p ,sdblo chance for a Democrat tor. fo.m, . . H arnica to 1 ompkiiH.fco.neofthoriclRtmen L IlaRham, 103 except thio.h the long and kIou' nm,. "..n.!M county, wero h iHHurctics. a'res, consideration SlKSS; $o00 ,i . in !,, .form-gr- eat balance ,n one. two ami three hnv. t,s -.,! ns tho Dono. years. . crate liavo imbibed Suceess in ever, thing ,1c,,,.,,,,., o. ouics mm wife to Win much of tliirt kind H. Smith CO acres for $103, cash. of reform, they have actually "Pou goo,t . )0 WWh UM(i become i it wer- -. After the nrrnt r... W Ilowrluy Mattingly ,3 lom, ,,,g lire. Utile l.ci.H .' imwt..n. . . J""'.iiiik ll.io ... in. .. tormf tho day of .March, it will fe'eo the rwinl9 'PI .......j .... uouso next to the St.Cloud ... .. ." " inc.. luiio III. "lyirlv .miy ucenmo neoi'Eisary for the Jam Klokutta has moved c.i,10,rtlVny.,,C5,'Clovcrl'ort,nnd ,0U!'' . ,u.oen,lf to vv .... M.. start in ami reform some I " '"'"hvjiio tO hiS f.'.rill iiartinibuiirg, Ky. r,...;....... lvu,v ."r. HI lier Cr!ClllW' f D,8 I5oJ. ln spoke in an enthusiastic manner of thlt jimt as the towirlnst m,..l jMUiuiHMliy, mi.l s.ii.1 ho had been more 'covering from the thoek In. Another cold i,VP Inor(Jof t, ,., 8C(,urtI" 'MIm Jf"l," with river blocked. than at any other point. Ho Williams by her stL.n.f(1fi,n .... ,.,.'. expects to lrtbney Hawllngs Is homo again : 'i "i. .uhiiKan the res,)ecte(l and a return next Peptombor. iwaHnnntw, of P"pl In the high school. ford ,nding Republican ,olii,h n iwuui-inaKiii- Ohio criininnl Another Ohio County Incest. COtliltV A Wedding hero would bo., niton nov ' ilm.a "' .w "" I... ... '! J . our tUOftt Bllll. fn.. 1.1 ol,,r ones have been rescued f om the of sin. Tho Kvangellst YOTO MONEY ?4 r-- i" ,..! ... QUE LIFE Can be made pleasant by the consciousness that you aro dealing in the very best and most economical way. m'r'l'-'---, f, t"'lfr houHo-keepIn- u!",!".,,l't':,!,.t0 '' ......"' ""iR Kri-na- ". ir '! t n .,.. - 7H """"'" ,IT ""' LZEE'S WILL VE YOU Many dollars on desirable bargains in Oloaks, Overcoats, Blankets, Comforts, Etc. In faot Winter Goods of all kinds. But come in and see what we can do for you. """: So-lat- out-0H- well-know- n . tl, a ., lZ S i Ja. - ...,.. S:: '- hoii-Jla.v- .s ..""'"" ULZER'S, OLOVERPORT, KY. Si (, .... ONLY more on hand is what vc have to say about our stock of rk - Jy J8o' .... 0 sun-shin- ') i. Overcoats l7FHpTy7f?Tyyyjft?fy raap-Krea ) ""'":""" 3l ''J.W.D.lr..J.T.(lrimtl,a, T'lT" : .,. x .rLi-"- " "I ),,,,, close prices is the cause of it, and we are still making the same big reduction in prices, ."ifcouicmseivca. Now, E ,o V ren. Tho river clc and Saturday i wero skimmi smooth surfai other. Thero oro skating in thij pcoplo of Clo portion of tli extent. Win. Vei UardinBburg, night. It is Beard will si tho near fut To overco liavo gray MBUI CarlMo m accepted the poii- ..on nt pccmarv" Of t l.l Tr. f.u ni.l M .. " ......' ; " m'"veianun Ciiblnct, it is of i. IS. ... A.lktdUnx f.. I .,. ,U1 It.. iiiiu.iiigsan.i ,or u,o ,H.pi , fcnow w,int and brick tlio Secretary'H position will , j Win. Hroun for work on ciij.' tega.d to tho silver qution. I 1 have long-kouverts niuttl.r tho salubrious oil- 5)3.00 fromMr.CariWetoafriend in Hondi.r-m- , Paino lor other work unitoofFloildt was panacea for many of hs.no .1... in. ,. . . . recently ,,uhliShe.l, it iH dearly de. U'm. Hall for . mu ins lli'Mi la hi i. .. I.... feeding prisoners " " "'. "in oniy vorv 11. cu , atoly '"'I ho lHabhnclalllbi. (through the Father, did 1 JlCfa,,( l. K. .Murrnv for legal advlco to know Iheiiovothat irold and avnr u..nL. it Mas an Arcadia for the city ollicials, remitted city iioorbal,.hol. hlioul.1 bo treat-,- 1 exactly alike n tho takes. ".ilvdual. Hoping not to wound, lot o the United .States, that , Tho Fulton Avenue Hruwing Com-panworth of gold should he coined K. II. of J:Vansville, Iml., ovltt and G. II. Casperko migrate . .w " B1 P" ' void ouar, an.l a dollar'rt woitb of ration to k,m , vacant lo i i'wii Yiiirvn (iiii n ... r "i' er ntiMitr4t .. I. street. They wanted Orinuell along as tho very fittest subject, .roui i Mr : a... "'" """""nys lillll.lill II.IU I..I..I u ll.r tho v.la.... lorn Osborne, an oxcolle.,1, of free colonago of s,Ver, hut is young man, and ono of "ouee o op UL.. o compelling tho wul government o tlio '''T, teachers, diedi of pneumonia wh younir was granted fn nthls moth- United .States by buv, to receive "' - -- ..., U1,rar ..nrrott it "r six y. p.ivilege last dght cents' worth of silver bullion ul...., r. and The wnHhi.rr,dTJ.urlaynt Puck GrovtJ ias KiVeil miH.nr!.,, to Iinwniwi y tlio owner and coin itnt the Iho father died when tho deceased t0hehilhCt,ntt'rnn,,SeVt!,lU' waaa of "'! ' lop! of tho on nero hoy' ,t"lvJ' countrv '"other and .(. . ;iiiH.l the peoj.l bv law to receivo liin care. This uliami ho Tho secretary . Tl'l.M !,,exact positon of 100 cen . r' ,v ' ' . I :opubcthtatt.,0,xtnwiflr,mS BlIKriwI i... .. that the great .Ini...H H. H,.,.k occuple.l; .. , .1illv,l Tho bereaved and it is., """ City Tux Coll, - thu deepest oiieHhava, luctt.u . xaet portion t ,w Aii.iociatie .T! ;;.".;, 7,iju uuiu uiecteil, "ynpnrliyofnlarstclrcIooPl r,"&f friends. --- that it is generally known tliat K'liator At the meeting of the City Council' last P. dayjHght flm followJn.i,,,,, were allowed Meeting' of City Council. ... Wilt for tlio, is catherl..,. ....... Meade connty, and wonl.l iu . .:.. " " '"HUIL r.l..m.,l... em., to . u.. ...... . . advance ,o interest of affairs and add our ml... "orlds lair, "1,c,ianbon- Buy your SHIRTS from Babbngo. I THEY MUST GO. XFall and Winter Goods of all kinds are in the same road to be shoved out at vnur nnrp. Wp. nre mnkincr rnom - .,..,.... 8ISgra,,,,U,d8,,,to,!,w,,tab,'' l't "'! ,,t for Spring Stock. If you want a Suit of Clothes, now is the time to buy it. rwi.. I r.v Mo ,ni.. .'..."" KS3 bc''n iS"' 1 " w si- - i B. F. BEARD & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. W c'llvi'lt 'lTmr hn.:'r)?,,,u,oPwli.- ..i.i J. A. WITT. f ", ''If JOLLY MEADOIl. WITT & MEADOR, t nn.l cleanest! nwu I i. i "i? . or blacic. John No ville, died Bicknesa of t., , 'rt: m BARGAINS 1 For tho next Fifteen days wo will oflor Bpccinl Btock good meel jwlll bo gro. bargains on our The Clo a delightful musical concert at thore8i dence of Thos. liohlor, the homo of Oeciir Holder, tho cfllclent trombonist, lwt Thurday evening. Itcfreshmonts wero Bcrved, and .overybody enjoyed they can bo, are now bolng HfiiiTrateUm colors on a bulletin board nt b'ulzcr's. Watch for thorn every morning and see what dovilmorit thoy havo beon into during tho night. himself hugely. Don't fail to look into' 8ulsor'a Three young men started to Hawes-villand pee tho seven famous piclast Saturday morning on skates, after tho rivor hod closed the oven-in- g tures by seven famous artists Just by Paul Amlorsop', Horso Fair, by before. When about throe miles Yeager broke Rosa UonhnorThoXast of Poor Fido, below tho city Henry through tho ico snd was precipitated by M. Lo Conte; lfe Will Ite'turn, by Into the rivor. IJe saved himself by J oh. Marcus; Never too Lata to Mend, crawling onto solid ice and the whole by Annetto; Something to Adore, by Light of Other Days, by Arnold. party returned home. Maj. Honry T. Staunton, the only KenEd. Gregory has accepted a position with Suiter's as an especial advertiser. tucky poctlaurate, author of the "Money-los- s Mr, Gregory has great talent Jn this diMan,'1 will give ono of his amufeing rection: He is original and unique in and instructive cntcrtainmotita. in tho tills is a his suhjects, and his deigns are always Presbyterian church Manager Nolto rare chance for the citizens of Cloverport artistically executed. ran congratulate himself on procuring to receive a literary and poetical treat, such efficient help. But it is not at all such as only occasionally comes this way. surprising, Mr. Nolto usually knows a A crowded house should greet Mr. Stanton. a i?ood thing when he aeea It. e show-window of Bucklon's Arnica Salve. Pest Salvo in the world for Cuts, Tho Drulwn, Son's, Ulcers. Salt lUieum, F ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Hid-wa- y; ITpleases"tno'iawjfe. m.u ...u,...-- , to havo tlio verdict of tho Jury unanimous. A great Jury composed of tlio Ameiican public has rendered a unanimous verdict on Dr. Hale's Household Cough Curo as a medicine, agreeing that Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, its promises of a speedy euro for coughs, Price 25 cents pqr colds and bronchial troubles aro always or money refunded. For salo by Short & Hayncs, carrlod out to tho letter. This pleasant Iwx. druggists. verdict has not been obtained without MM groat pains taken to make itthebestcuio Death of Mrs. Jennie Sean Iteid. on tho market. Try a hottlo when you received tho sad havo a cough or cold and you will belong Mr, Allen Dean has to tho "unanimous" over after. For salo news of tho death of his sister, Mrs. Jen- - by Short A Haynes. nio Dean Keid, at Denver, Col. Sho was Huse Morgan Acquitted. woll kuown in Owcnsboro, having often visited tlio family of iier brother hero W. H Morgan, city Marshal of who shot Jabo Brunur, on tho and was a great favorite. About two years ago sho was married to Rev. Chas. night of December 24th, had an examinHeld, a promising young minister. Soon ing trial In 'Squlro J. V. Jarrctt's court afterward they removed to LaJunta, Col., Monday and was acquitted. It will bo where their .homo was when she died. remembered that Pruner was trying to Sho was about 28 years old. Consump- release his brother, whom tho Marshal tion was tho disease that carried her off. had under arrest, at the timo the MarOwensboro Messenger, shal shot him. Bruncr will got well. nrat-ela- east end of iron bridge, and will keep constantly on hand the finest old whiskeys, brandies, wines, cordials, cigars and tobacco, etc. Call and sqo me. Peei ectfully, Cloverport, Ky. wiloon lit the old MartInTsfandfc Woolen Goods, Ladies' Dress Goods Plaids, Etc. Ab tlio Season P, Ufavin. for tho ealo of tlicso Goods closes, wo offor bar- Sellers' Liver Pills. Act Directly on the Uvea. PiTM.DrirKraa, SincniiDACite, Diuoi Couo,CoitrnTA TIOK, naiUKlTIIX, ftUM, rAUTMTWN gains both in Quality and Pries. Biing us your Produce all you bring. Wo tako Cent Cuilu and ottos IliinT, Buimni, Tosrta Iarsa, Ud-Um- CoatidTokous, BLCirLEH)iii,Ai.nau DusAUiorTuiLrrznANO Btohacv. U vaa da not "ecl tc.y well," iloglo pill t tlmnlU tb itomact, imIqiw th ppotlt, Imptrti Tljor to tho mtB. jlc. Ott Ther enra til dltue Ilka tho rUht klad. BELtSRS' LIVKR VILLH. WITT & MEADOE, HARDINSBURG, KY. BoldbTdruMlrti. Bndf&rdrcnUr. SELLKBfl MKDICWB CCHttiuw. ft. .' 4 Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, NO THR BRRGKRNRIDGR NEWS, GLOVERPORT, News. 11, 1893. Editors and KY. JANUARY Proprietors. D.VmOIL,0.nAnnAOB, .Mall and Express going East li., St. I.. Ac T. Local Time Curd. 10.01 a.m. it ii ii Weit West Wait bipreu Local ii relght " " ii East, Bait 10.U a.m. 6.&T p.m. - 9.48 p.m. 11.19 a.m. -- 10.04 a.m. Dis- Fourteen applications hovo been made to Senator Carlislo for tho ofilco of trict Attorney for Kentucky. sician, died suddenly in New York last Saturday morning. Ills death was caused by a tumor In tho right lung. Oaklo Auiubt OArrA, tho great mu- The Mason & Ford Compauy, lessees of tho Frankfort prison labor, aro now Musings ior mo reuruary wj to tho Stnto over $40,000, says Governor Brown in his messago to tho leg- coming in slowly. Tho county clerk issued 108 islature license last year. Mn. D. Stewart Miller, representing a Androw Severe went to Franld largo English Company is preparing to his father last week. open oxtenslvo coal mines at Deanflold,a MiltMathcny has section I point on tho OwcnsboroA Falls of Rough L. 11. & W. in very fino shape. ; railroad. Lawrence Vessels, whllo oi I.v Boyd county, Ky., tho Republican last Saturday, got his arm brok Circuit Court clerk refuses to surrender MIbs Lucy Frank returnee tho ofllco to his Democratic successor. homo at Bewleyvillo last Mon. Tho matter will bo contested in tho Court Chas B. Miller, D. S. B. C, of Appeals. tho boys up for tho February c Benedict Mattlngly takes chl The escape of a circus elephant at Crawfordsvillo, Ind., caused a stir there, Hambletou hotel tho first of F such as has not been known since .ludgo Miss Georgia Hawkins, Ste; Greshara announced that ho would voto was visiting hero last Saturdnj for Cleveland. day. Mrs. Sutton will build a new Lyman fierce, of Owensboro, displayed shop oil thu lot purchased of , remarkablo nerve and calmness in re- cheloe. senting tho insult offered IiIh wife by Whitworth A Board will U James Kendall. But Kendall, 111 might sion of the Beard hotel the for which ho 1 poor-fello- Hon. D. II. Sovcrs returned to Frank-fo- rt last week. When questioned on matters political, ho said that in his opinion Carlislo would go Into tho cabinet and L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOIKO WUti after tho 4th of March Micro would bo p.m. red hot times in tho Legtslaturojp elect j Passenger Dally arr. Hardlnsburg-l-'t- al OOIKO iabt. his succ Passonger Dally arr. HarJInibarg- - 7i50 a.m commit himself? J from tl County Court next Monday. ror tho Buy your flour of Hardin A Brown. largo Go to Hardin & Brownjor groceries. 4th Buy your cigars of Hardin & Brown. go Buy your candy from Hardin A Brown So Buy your meat from Hardin & Brown. D? .? BjfeECKENRIDGE NEWS. W.K. Withers, Kirk, was in town Monday. WEDNI3DAY, JANUARY 11, 18i).'J. Buy your vegetables iroin iiaruin at Brown. Tho Airs. Slaton has been qullo Blck Iff l several days. While tbo engineer! of tho L. St. L. ,t T., Buy your sugar and cofTeo from III Arc ai Jolly a let ai you can ice, A1 Tho gang aro equally good, din & Brown. HARD1NSBURG DEPARTMENT, And noted for true manhood. lloyd, the oil roAia will keep, But tbe floor be novcr will sweep; Ilo will cautlouily Inipect tho tanki, And comlder other, nothing car-me- n Sp DIRT! fc Rubbers. 'Ht -- 2At', f . Rubbers. Hf ' MJTC . - -- "3, ' STJIsIiE13iCE33"i:- Tuesday Evening nt 7 oelook, Dec. 27th Miss Dora Gardner and Mr. Geo. A. Hendry were united itf marriage, Rev. I. K. Wlljett officiating. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Beard, of Hardins A Timid Qrcckcnridgo County Boy burg, and Mr. E. A. Richardson, of Is Huggorj by a Louisvillo Bollo. Louisville, spent tho holidays with jheir parent, Mr. and Mrs. 1). S. Richardson. Misses Sara Richardson, Blanche Se- And Is So Electrified Thatrilo Will vern, Lena Richardson, Mattio Milner, Hereafter Tako His Stand . Messrs. James Milner Charlie Cashman "Among tho Wicked iu Will L. Milner nnd R. E. Richardson Slippery Placts" composed a merry party last week coitbt-iiand skating. OTIIKICTIII.-NCTO HE I.OVIM) l. mu j various nro these pilgrims, and happy at tho beginthoy expect to bo a prov Somo burdened with resoto bo broken. Some too hoelcss and almlass to make resolutions nnd somo too busy, nnd somo where among theto pilgrims you will find Varied nnd some hopeful ning of what perous yenr. lutions soon Lindsay. prpiwwviM but cranki. 3 (Iregory thinks It li very bard, lie hai both the Y and brick yard, lie itrlctly enquires for the oil man, Then off to the V with hammer and can. Fouts Is generally upon tbe sick list, And 0 I the time that he has mined. He'll grunt and say, ho'i sick as a dog, At the same time can eat (ii much as a hog. i Armstrong Ii a good hand to knock, y Prodding he can And a convenient block, Hut In rough, ready hacking or such, Henry don't amount to much. n John and Newt, was drunk, but probably bo living to-da- month. Jabez Haynes was hero last . aro good enough. And nflen say "we aro the stufT," Up and ready at any call, Work and try to do It nil. 7 With tho retirement of Judge Holt qualified as constable in thu I from the Court of Appeals, both the precinct. James Lloyd and Miss Bess tho higher courts of thu State become wholy Democratic. Judge Holt is tho were married by Rev. R. V. only Htraightout Republican over elected 25th, '02. us such to the Supremo Bench in KenMr. Carlt Richardson and J tucky. Richardson, Union Star, aro vh this week. The World's Fair managers have deMr. John J. Priest was hero cided to request Dr. Oliver Wendell constable in tb ode for and qualified as Holmes to furnish an appropriate villu precinct. the opening of tho great Exposition in Mr. Joseph Wright and da May. Tho venerable poet lias done much in years past, and it is Baid, Mayfield, Kentucky, aro visitit for literature G. Gardner. this is to be his flnal inaster-pleco- . George V. Burton was hero a meeting of representatives of the and qualified as constable in t At natural gas companies held at Indianapo- Creek precinct. lis, Ind., last week, facts and figures wcro Tho Epworth League will gl presonted showing that the supply of cal entertainment at thu M. natural gas in that State won mpidly next Tuesday night. waning, and unless some measures of Misses Alice Eskrldgo protection were adopted, it would soon Beauchamp, of Falls of Rouj 1m) exhausted. Ring friends here. Mr. W. W. Vessels is nego loss to the It is estimated that the of the United States by pur- salu of his bar hero and cc chasing silver under the Sherman Act of moving to Cloverport. Tho Wheelers held a mec 1890, has already reached tho enormous emu of $000,000,000. It is spoken of as Court house last Saturday, bu "the greatest monumental financial blun- danco was quite small. der in human history," but the good (7) Frank Adkisson lias broke work still goes on and will continue tin-ti- ll keeping. He thinks of gc HtopjHMl by a Democratic Adinitiistrn-tion- . Indian Territory in the sprin Mr. John Hoben has withe that the firm of S. A. Haflcy ni Timti: has been some intimation tho election held last November in con- Ixjuisvillo to secure a position tea There were twenty-siformity to tho new Constitution was void olliccrs elected under it had last Friday and Saturday to sta and that the no title to tho offices. Governor Brown animation for school certificate is roKrted as saying however, that tho Gold watch, pair bracelets, n law 1b valid, nnd that Circuit Judges and lace given away at Beard A Bee all olliccrs hao a good titlo. A few con- goods way down at bottom figui tested cases would nevertheless, bring Charley Beard, Jeff Hook, Cai about some interesting litigation. unison and J. B. Cox left Mond hunt of several weeks on Rough W11.1. theio be a Republican party in Assessor Ix'onard Cashman 1800? Tho question Is debatable and last week and appointed Josepl from the best information at hand is worth ono of his deputies iu tl mixed with doubt. The hard lines along Btantinu precinct. which this party has marched recently, Dr. J. W. Hart, of McDanii the many tips and downs it has had in handling public questions, and tho jeers brought suit in tho Circuit Court and thrust given it upon nil sides, tho German Fire Insurance Comp coupled with the factof its overwhelming $1,300 loss on his barn and other defeat last November leads many to be- ty insured. Thu following parties have bo lieve that "she has shot her last wad." pointed supervisors of the tax lis It lias been generally admitted all Skillman, O M. McGlothlan, Jo round that the next United States Senate Wimp, It. G. Robertson and G. l would be Democratic. Thu attempt of They will meet tho first Mono the Republicans however, to defeat the march. will of the people in one or two States John Farmer who was brought may ultimately change the result. This from Cloverport and lodged In ja only goes to show their morbid greed for released last week. His brothers Kwer. At this time Hoar, I'lutt, Quay hero from Indiana and deposited and other Republican bosses in tho Senwitlt thu clerk, the nmount of bai ate are perfecting their organization to quired. retain control of that body in thu future Charley Beard and Carlt Richai at all hazards. want to know who interfered with Amo.no other things it remains for tho box of supplies thoy had packed i take on that hunt. Brown paper Democrats to make somo improvement e in tho Department of tho old box lids they say woro a ioor su United States. Tho Republicans all along tuto for cake oranges and bo forth. promised great reforms in this departHenry E. Dollaven, of Mllwood, G ment, but failed in many instances to son county, is quite ill with brighta carry them out. Tho service 1h very good ease. His daughter, Mrs. Will M, nn it stands, but thro is room for great man, of Planters Hall, was called to improvement. The people in tho rural him yesterday. Mr. Donavon is si: districts complain that they do not get flvo years of ago. mail enough. This is a great country, I havo on hand a number of now first and as it develops and improves tho peoclass sewing machines at Beard A Heelple will naturally demand increased mall er's which I will sell low down and on facilities. easy terms. Old machines taken in exchange. A guarantco given with every Wk call especial attention to thu good machine. Sewing machine fixtures, and showings made in tho statements of machine needles always on hand. E. E. tho condition of thu Breckinridge Bank and tho Bank of Hardinsburg. Tho Bank Rhodes. Tho sureties of Win. II. Bell hopo to of HardinBburg Is a young bank, and tho report of its clover cashier, Mr. M. II. bo relloved of having any thing to pay Beard, shows that it has immediately on Ids bond. They claim that most of started on tho road to success and is a tho money paid over to him was wrongsolid Institution. Tho Breckinridge Bank fully paid, and not paid ovor as tho law lias long been consid- directs. Suit has been brought by tho as is ered, in commercial circles, as ono of tho State in tho Franklin Circuit Court for solid banking institutions of tho State. tho amount of tho shortage, and tho The people of Brcckenridgo should con- securities willwako a fight. D. R. Murgratulate themselves that they have two ray, of Cloverport, has been retained as such safe banks In which thoy can de- counsel for tho defense, and thoy will posit their wealth and through which secure tho services of Hon. Win. Llnd-soalso, of Frankfort they can transact their business. nt x Post-OHlcwell-know- .Mr. Porter will make a good man. For he Is willing to do all he can; Hut like all other green men, lie Is liable to begin at the wrong end. 8 Martin to the wood shop attends, Tho broken bolts and pullles he mends Ha runs Frank Megley out of steam, Then for fuel Frank will icream. 1M. ; 0 Sam. Porter has a tough snap, Since the ibop boys cull him pap, Disturbed at nlgbt he has to rise, Tbrouglatbo day can hardly keep open his eyes. 10 Jack has chargo of the branch, And atoms to bold It cry subitancb, Wheeling coal and drying land, J Ami if neccnary can put In a shake-paII Day by day they work along, Singing aloud their merry long, Very content thoy seem to bo Working for tbe h., St. L. .fr T. Mr. I'rancli Treat, Northumberland, I'cniiu., thinks It J good remedy for rheumatism. He writes: "I lime been using your liniment called Salvation Oil for rheumatism uml llml It ki me nre.it rilkf. It i u noo.l reined). 1 UNION STAR. Mr. Hubert Burner is visit hit: rehitiws iu Umisville. Mrs. Wm. Hawkins sent lad week with her father, Mr. Joseph Cashman. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Hawkins spent the holidays with relatives iu Stephensport. Mr. and Mrs. McKnigit, of Iimsvillo, wereguestsof Mrs. Cashman last week. Messrs. W ill and James Milner were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. 1'nbeits Friday. Ilralirr lias hetu ill fur tho pint week hut we are pleased to my is improving. Mr. ami Mrs. W. It. Gardiwr. of aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. Owen Cunningham. Mim KvaCahhman and hrothcr visiiol their father, Itov. W. T. ('ashman, in Oweushoro last week. Nt'wsom Gardner attended nil enter tiiiimtint Thursday evening nt Mr. and .Mrs. S. 1 Basse tl's, Preston. Mr. Will L. Milner, of tho Culvers'ity of I)ulsille, returned Sunday evening after a week's visit to Union Star. Rev. S. C. Allen 1'. E. delivered three excellent sermons to greatly interested eongregatlonsSatimlay ami Sunday. Mr. J. T. Milner, who Is attending Allmonil's University, lxmisville, spent two weeks at home leturuing Monday. A protracted meeting will hegln hero next "attirdav evenimr. Hev.S. I. Stiles assisted hy Kev. Koss will conduct the o Che-nntilt. meeting. Mr. William T. Price, n Justice of tho l'eace, at ' Rlcliland, Nebraska, was confined to his bed last winter with n severe attack of lumbago; but n thorough application of Chamberlain's Tain Balm him to get up nnd go to work. Mr.' Cooks for Hotels mid ri'MauMiiti m ell as for KKVriJCUY. pri4tu Limilks lire fa t trilling down tti the I'rico says : "Tho Remedy cnunot bo rectintlctiini that S.ihution OIIU ithsolutily neccs-- ' commended too highly." Let any ono Louisvim.k. Ky., Jan. 0th, ISOX fur burns, n..ild, and ch.iiijK.-t-l hands, and Streets full of boys each with u sled at- troubled with rheumatism, ncurnlgin'or they slum their fjllh bj kit.ln It on huml. tached to n delivery wagon ; sidewalks lamo back give it a trial and thoy will GUSTON: full of hurrying shivering liuinanitv, air bo of tho same opinion. COc. bottles for full .of frost and silvery Hakes of tho sale by A. R. Fisher. Mr. (ireenwell the assessor is iu town. much abused "Beautiful- - Snow." the Miss Iitira Smith spent tho holidays beautiful rier full of Ice ; and this is tho McDANIELS. queen city of the South as sho appears to with her paieiits. a casual observer at tho beginning of tho Rev. B. A. Cundiiris in Glasgow asMiss Kliz.1 Vitell, of Louisville, is visitnew yenr. sisting Rev. L. M. Russell in a series of ing Miss Eva Ciiiripan. Wo nro told that any contentment is Miss Lucie Cox, of Kansas, is visiting false and wo havo wished wo were a boy services. Mr. Silas Campbell, of Livermore, is her uiiele, Mr. John Cox. again with asltd hitched to ono of these Miss Carrie Hall, of Jlumli rhou, same wagons, ami have felt all kinds of spending n week hero to tho delight of friends near Irvington IiiM, week? envy eu-- envy for tho pug dog thnt his many friends. Mr. Eugene McDaniel, formerly of figuratively grins nt tho descending merd Mr. R. J. t'littionii who has heeii to his hed forllvo weeks is now aho cury as lie is cairied along the street in this place spent Christinas week witli tho aims of Ids mistress. But thu most friends and relatives in this plnce. to sit up. Como again, "Gene." Mrs. Chas. Anderson has been quite enviable of all jut now is tho Louisville Misses Melissa McDaniel nnd Mnggio girl each an "uncrowned queen" who sink from throat trouble, but is better at would not trade her position for tliestnr-ries- t Rhodes gavo a dining nt tho residence of writing. this ciown iu all Europe. The ration is Mr. Ned Cannon new years day. The MoNiru. Tfloinpsoh and Montgomery obvious, sho has a lover as a uiattir'of dinner was quito elegaut ami tho shipped a lino lot of fcteersaud hogs from guests spent quite a pleasant day. course and, this place Monday. Thu steers averaged Thoso present wero Misses Melissa and 'tills lore flnds a practical wny over 1,200 pounds, and wero purchased To show her its truth and Its power Dora McDaniel, Maggio Rhodes, Mnggio from Dick Basket at 4c., delivered at (Jus-toFnr ho lakes her out sleighing all day Wheatley and Leila Cundiff. Messrs. When n team costs Qro dollars an hour." Fred, Tom, .nnd Gene McDaniel, Silas Mr. G. W. Richardson who has been Tho fellow is supposed to enjoy it ns Campbell nnd Wm. Franks. in New Orleans for tho just month at- well as his bank account will allow. Married in the M. E. Church at Mc tending to his large apple deal, which ho But somo things never happen but onco Daniels, January 17, ISO.'I, at 7 : :!0 p. in., has on ."cold Murage," retunled home in a life time. For instance as wo passed by the Rev. E. N. Metcalfe, I Wit. Em-ine- tt last week. one of the elite fairest, dearest, sweetest, Glasscock to Miss Ada L. Bradly. Messrs. Chas. and Harrio Hell, on Second street this afternoon, she slip- Tho groom woro tho conventional black went out calling on tome young ladies ped on the ice and quickly found a stop- suit, while tho brido woro a handsome not long since, and were both snow- ping place ngaiiibt our innnly breast, her demitrnino toiletto of tan henriotta elebound, and did not get liomu for tlireo dimpled arms treating us to nn altogeth gantly trimmed in golden brown velvet. er unintentional embrace. Sho passed The basque was cut decoiletto nnd filled days afterward. Miss Ermine Munfonl uftern continued on with a frightened little scream and in with white surah silk, whllo gloves visit to relatives fn .oiitliiTii and West-ur- n an embarrassed "Excuse mo please." laud velvet hnt completed tho elegant Kentucky, is seen taking Iu r usual Kxcusoher? Of course wo did. Here- toilette. Immediately after tho ceredaily horse-bacride to our town fur tho after wo tako our stand with tho wicked mony tho brido nnd groom with n nummail. Ask her about that soltairo ling. in slippery places. ber of friends and relatives repaired to "All tho world loves n lover" nnd ono tho residence of tho brido's father, Mr. Mr. Kyle Adkisson htarted on the lid of tho most nnlcntofthem all is Hon. Lewis Bradly where nn elegant supper inst. for the I.ono Star State, where he Bennett II. Young ns was' demonstrated wns Ferved. The next morning tho hapexpects to see his Mster married, who is by his lecture to tho students of tho py couple left for Mo., where tho groom teaching music in Mierman. Kyle inlirynnt and Stratton College this morn- lias an appointment in tiio St. Louis contends making Texas his future homo. We ing. Tho object of ids love is our own ference. Tho groom is tho son of Mr. hate to give him up, especially somo of native state and ho knows more about Georgo Glasscock, ono of our most promthe oung ladies do. thu state than any man in it and knows inent fanners and stands very high in how to tell it iu a taking wny. He told tho community, while his brido by her Guaranteed Cure We nuthorizo our advertised druggist many interesting facts about various sweetness nnd amiability baa won many to mI1 Dr. King's' New Discovery for things from our financial nllairs to our friends. AVo extend to tho happy couConsumption, Coughs and Colds, upon old traditions, nnd Indian legends. Ho ple our heartiest congratulations nnd tills condition. If you aro alllicted with reminded us that Kentucky had more hope their lifo may bo ono of sunshine. a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat or miles of nnvigablo rivers, more ncrens of coal fields and more desirenblo things in Chef-- t trouble, and will use this remedy Wo call attention to tho announcegeneral than any other slmllai sized spot as directed, giving it a fair trial, and exment of tho Weekly Constitution, perience no benefit, you may return the of God's green earth. Tho only ttudesir-abl- o published nt Atlanta, Ga. Tho Constithing wns that you could never in- tution has bottle and havo your money refunded. tho largest number of spire in n Kentuckinn n desire for We could not make this oiler did wo not subscribers of any weekly nowspaper know that Dr. King's New Discovery heaven becauso ho could hardly beliovo published in tho world, now having more could bo relied on. It never disappoints. that it was a moie desirnblo place than tlinn 150,000 regular weekly subscribers. Trial bottles free at Short it lliiyiies' Kentucky. It wants 200,000, nnd wo commend it to Yes Kentiickians Imve many things' to drug store. size oOc. nnd 51.00. our readers. No paper has dono more be proud of and not tho least of these is for tho upbuilding of tho agricultural An exchange gives us a list of nine Louisville's magnificent new custom intersts of tho south than tho Coustitu classes of (veoplo who do a town no house where every body goes now to get has worked for years for tho good. I'i nit, those who go out of town tho new Columbian postago stamp. And tion. It agricultural development of this section to do their trailing. Second, those who your undo (j rover will tako charge of nnd for tho betterment of tho condition prefer a quiet town to ono of stir and all'alrs down there about tho 4th of of tho farmers. business. Third, those who fail to take March and don't you forgot it. And With iccent improvements and addiand pay for tlieir'eounty paper. Fourth, then such a scramblo for ollice as there tional facilities tho Constitution is now n those who imagine they own tho town. will be. But each Individual hustles for better nowspaper than over, nnd is in a Fifth, those who think business can bo number one, regardless of tho feelings of position to push witli increased vigor its done slyly without advertising. Sixth, others. Regardless of Dr. Bridges' elmagnificent work for the agricultural those who deride public spirited men. oquent appeal to "Glvousii rest," wo development of tho South. Being essne-tiall- y Seventh, those opposing every move- rush through lifo heedless of tho brother a nowspaper, nnd nt tho saino time ment that does not originate with wo jostlo on tho left or right. Each devoting much of its spaco to tho very themselves. Eighth, those who oppose buried in his own allaire. All "in thu best of current literature and to such every public enterprise that does not Swim" or "in the soup," young men in of manhood rushing; old men special features ns are of peculiar Interest appear to benefit them. Ninth, thoso tho vigor past the meridian tottering; nimlessones to tho farmers, it commends itself to who seek to Injure tho credit of individdrifting, and all traveling toward thu every farming household. uals. same goal ; over receding happiness, It will bo glad to furnish sample copies 'doing out to fame and triumph, Nothing so distressing as a hacking on application, and can bo gotton by doing out to lore and light; cough. Nothing so foolish ns to stiller clubbing with tills paper, both of which Coming In to pain and sorrow, from it. Nothlngso dangerous if allowed will bo sont ono yenr for tho low prico of gloom aud night. Coming in to to continue. Ono Miuuto Cough Cure $1.00. All clubbing subscriptions should flolng out with joy and gladness, gives immediate relief. Shoit & Haynes bo sent to tills paper. All requests, for Coming In with woo and sin Cloverport, and Beard & Heeler, Hardinssample copies should bo addressed to Ceaielen itreaiu of reitieis pilgrims burg, Ky. Uoing out and coming In I" tho Constitution, Atlanta, Ga. m en-ablvi-iteon-fineB.-ak -- laskas, 'A' s; .,. i?' : ons. M; bbers. . - 4 .s: ' ,5 1 ' 4 B, ilea,! ie Boards, Secretaries, binets, Etc. Etc. xmrxzzz: m for Sale. ' near Ithodella. Is fnr terms. I Will sell to tbe "V$ t.A ' :t. ;& f.JSt. ' ting Implements, hottse ure, etc. The Hit tun- tie, sheep, hogs, nw bedsteads, stoves anfl a I". I arawltho rwr rent, la-K. VESSELS. iu icary 28, 1892, jack, or eiuouiReo ... S. lows m tho achievements of life. Ho ands of bushels of much needed coal has boon useful and boncflcial to IiIb were sunk to tho bottom of tho Ohio. fellowmen. Tuns of thousands of persons lined tho Cloverport especially owes him a large shores nnd gazed upon tho grandest debt. Look about us, and tho reason scene of destruction that ever occurred why Is us apparent as tho noonday sun. on tho Ohio. Tho aggregated Iosh is esTho timated nt more than $500,000. Sam Dlx Iu authority on hogs. Ho boats were all well manned, trying to from destruction, and wonder-t- o predicts that tho present high prices will save them Bay, not a lifo was lost, and but ono continuo for two years. man was seriously hurt. Travelers may learn a lesson from Mr. 0. D. Cono, a promlnot attorney, of klndnviofsmd1!inin"dreds of thous- Par-ko- r, Children Cry for Pitcher's Cistorla. When Baby wm alck, we gar her CaatorU. Whw the wm ft Cblld, the cried for Caatoria, Wbta abo became Ulat, tho clung to Cutorta, Wb en sbebjul Children, she gate tb est Oaatori. y, Dakota, who says: "I never lcavo homo without taking a bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rotncday with mo, and on many occasions havo ran with it to tho relief of somo sillier and havo never known It to fall." For sale by A. R. Fisher. to tho amount of "fKSTtJO, ?ot enough To pay my labor. Now, how can a factory exist In your city at this rato ? Two merof tho chants hayo purchased. amount eold hero: liam solicited by good business mon of other towny, where I soil more cigars than Llo hro, to movo my factory. I own prpporfytbere in your city and havo Como hero to stay, but I am compollod to go where I can do the beet Now, does Cloverport want a cigar factory or not 7 It la left for you to decldo. I havo lately taken in as a partner, my brothor, O. S. Boll, and wo expect to mako it a success if yon will only givo us a liberal portion of your patronage Instead of giving us an order for 60 cigars and send off an order for a 1,000 or more, give homo industry tho largo order and I am send tho small order away. making a cigar that is highly complimented by men of la,rgo cities, two-third- s Mrs. E. 0. Ehea, of Miltonl, Neb., says shoiuffered greatly tlC 8. I havo purchased the entire stock of tho Cloverport Steam Laundry, and will from a complication of diseases of femalo placo a set of first-clahands in it as Boon weakness and liver and kidney troubles. as I can possibly get them from Cincln-cinn- ati. Her health was fully restored by using ronago, I Hopiug you will share your pat' am, Respectfully, x Dr. Hale's Household Tea,tho most pleas-an- t w. R. Kvikr. and most cfTectlvo modicino known. 25c. and 60c. per packago at Short & Haynca' drugstore. r. ss 7 Notioo to Gas Consumers. Customers of tho Cloverport Tipo Lino Company are hereby notified that thoy will be charged doublo tates on Jots TjF cerr4wr w wlion used for other than illuminating purposes. Lights soon burning In tho daytime will bo noted, aud if paymont Uteptst A But ButintH Celkp In M Wtrkl. n auntx HMr si WHir imaNUfi for tho extra tlmo is refused tho gas will bo turned off without further notice. aaasalb. irTrMw(i4. Ow f WM i I, IMIivMM TsllU. SttlklHt, 4 ShM. WrMla SlaaiL T-4T O. T, Skillman IML Bate. MW. UIUIUM .Ml. Tsw"r . Sec'y and Gen'l Mg'r. tt aill 4 k.tatral. rr ilmln tbw, WUBUH N.SMITH, LtXNQT9NfKY' WLJ0r .. BBBBBBBMM - a- - . A. i. if if j " " ' """ t" ygyjy "TiTTFg?P1CTjBEfWHBWB r . ifawtrMnfrifaittVrf(VOT!!TiWaBa V '7f . rT."7iTT:'r i K Pfir v jr1-- . H BRRGKRNRIDGJE1 NRWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. St. t EIEftV V. fri- - 1L BE ' ? V J. T. F. Owen passed up on tho train Monday. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1893. Miss Kntio Boyd has been quito sick for soveral days. Ho Wrltos a Lottor That Will Intor-os- t LOOAL BREVITIES. Mr. Lou Roberts is building two nico all His Clovorport Frionds cottages in Stcphcnsport. PpoonB Btittablo for brides Suiter's. Tho brick plants aro all shut down on Tho cold snap Has shut off tho street account of tho cold weather. HIS MINI8TERING IN PINE work. You will find a copy of tho "MoneylehS at ten per cent, Man" at Bubbage's Book-storBLUFF IS A CROWNING Woolen over-shirOnly discount Babbngo. ouo left. SUCCESS. Mr. J. J. Dyer went to Jolly Station This greatest medicino known issold lost week on business. at 25 nnd 5o cents per package at Short .But "I Had Bather Live In Clovor Miss Brook Stephens, of Holt, visited & Hay ties. Miss Sallio Murray last week. R. B. Legrand, merchant at Guston, is port than Here" is the Cry of Dr. Frank, of Mt. Piegah, was in tho closing out his stock of goods at miction His Family this week. city a couplo of days last week. Leo Rhodes and Sam Dix shipped a Bargains in all kinds of genii) furnishnico bunch of cattle and hogs from Pise Bluff, Amc., Dec. 27, 1802. ing goods at Babbago's. Como early. Mn. Editoiu Dkaii Sin and BitOTiiKit. Stophonsport Saturday. Mrs. James Hudson, of Victoria, died Till Grove says tho ico on tho river is I havo been thinking for somo time f Monday night, Jan. 2d, in child-birtfrom four to twelve inches thick now. would wrlto you. Wo reclovo regularly For additional local news sco supp0. Ho and rqad tho UnECKKNituxiK News bo wo walked across yesterday. ment sent out with this issuo. are kopt well informed as to tho things Dr. If faithfully usod, Aycr's Sarsaparilla Lyons, Wilson, of Buraf, anil Foster which transpire in nnd around Cloverof Custer, wore passengers on tho scrofula in whatever form it port. How fondly memory clings to tho will romovo train Monday for Louisville. exists. dear people among whom wo found n Jerro L. Gannane,.tho clover ongincer homo for two yenrs. How dear to our Efton Bcavin, son of Benedict Beavin, of tho work train, now stationed nt Rock hearts aro thoso people God alono who has been seriously ill, is convalesHaven, was in the city Saturday. knows how much wo love them. Often cent. Miss Nannio Donahoo returned to is tho remark mndo sometimes by ono Skates almost gone only fow pairs Louisville y nfter spending a week sometimes by another member of tho left. Como beforo tho last pair is sold visiting her sister Mrs. J. T, Galligan. family, "1 had rather llvo in Cloverport SuIzer'B. Mrs. Lou Blunk, of Missouri, accom- than here." I have been her" n littlo ' Tho shops opened up again lost week, panied by her daughter, Pearl, is the over n year and during that time wo havo After tho holidays, and aro new running received 03 members into tho fellowship guest of her brother, Mr. 0. 8. Perrigo. as usual. Wo havo a Tlios. J. Jolly, Hon. Chas. Blanford, of of tho First Bahtlst churh. Remember Fleischman's compressed benevolent people, a thriving city nnd Bowleyville, nnd F. P. Hagood, of yeast can bo had fresh ovcry Friday at futuro. We attended tho Royal Arch Chap- bright prospects for tho Suhur's. linvo raised and expended for all purposter hero priday. es 52,788.1)0. Last spring good old mother Sleighing is good, but thcro docs not Mrs. 0. B. Skillman, who has been Nunn mndo mo n present of a handsimo seem to bo as much good sleighing done visiting her mother nt Morganfield, re- tnylor made suit; tho brethren with n as usual. turned homo last Saturday much im- ticket to Atlanta, Gn., nnd $12.00 expeneo It will bo noticed in this issuo of the proved in health. money, So I hied mysolf away to tho News that wo have somo poetic railroadMr. and Mrs. P. M. Rigdon, of Louis- Southern Bahtlst Convention. Last July ers around here. ville, who had been to Patcsville to visit tho Young Peoplo's Union paid my exWill Farber, who has boon visiting Mrs. RIgdon's father, G. W. Jnrhoe, re- penses to tho Bahtist Young People's friends in Derby slnco Christmas, returnturned homo Monday. Union which met nt Detroit, Michigan. ed homo Sunday. Dr. J. B. Cottrell has been invited by I met at Detroitten Kentucky brethren. Lost your rubbers at tho dance. tho Presbyterian church Jo deliver one of Wo are expecting to begin tho erection Never mind, Sulzcr's havo more of tho his popular lectures in this city. Thudnto of a now church building this year. Wo samo popular kind. propose to expend $12,000 on building will be announced soon. nnd $4,000 on n lot, mnking a total of Ice creepers prevent slipping lots D. V. Henry, the wide awake merof ice bewaro of falling. Buy a puir chant, of Irvington, says his business for $10,000. Christmas witli its good cheer was Sulzer'shavo them. tho past year is tho best ho over had. hnB como ngain', tho poor preacher kindly remembprcd by his flock, Tho Shirts suitablo for both winter nnd Dnvo generally gets thero. Pmas offering consisted in flour, sugnr, summer wear. Tako advantage of Mr. John T. Patterson has been concoffee, turkoys, drygoods and ten per cent. cut. fined to his homo for the past threo weeks tnblo-wnrA very appreciative present with rheumatism. Ho Is now much betThero is a good deal of sickness reportin shnpo of money to purchaso n milch Pneued in tho Pellvillo neighborhood. ter and nblu to be on the streets. cow came from those not members of my monia is tho prevailing disease. ,.rj Piles of Teoplo havo piles, but church. Ono who would not bo contentWitch Hnzol Salvo will euro ed nniong such dear good pcoplo would An enterprising merchant will increase his business through tho dull season by them. Short & Hnynes, Cloverport, nnd ho hard to pleoso indeed. Ono could not Benrd & Bceler, Hardinsburg, Ky. wise and judicious advertising. wish for n better hearing as wo turn Miss Alta Crosson returned homo SunCol. Ike Kelly.High Priest, Roynl Arch nway pcoplo very often for want of spaeo day after a pleasant visit to her aunt, Chapter, and Win. E. Ryan, Grand Com- to sent them. Slnco I camo wo havo mander, both of Louisville, weio in this bought chairs and filled up the aisles Miss Eunico Crosson, at Clovurport. city last week visiting their brother Ma- and yd wo havo lack of space. Our new Ayer's Cathartic Pills stimulate tho building Is n necessity. Wo arc to hnvo appetite and regulate tho bowels. Try sons. Mr. Charles Mook, representing tho a public installation of Masonic ofllccrs them. Havo you seen Aycr's Almanac? day, Dec, 27. Wo aro to Patton's lako seems to be tho favorite Carter Dry Goods Co., of Louisville, was on St. John's in tho city yesterday talking spring goods. hnvo quito an claborato programme resort for tho skaters, notwithstanding Tho best musical talont of the city, nnd tho fact that tho river is a solid sheet of Charlie is a Cloverport boy nnd is a Pino Bluff Is no menn city, hnvo been hustler. ice. engaged to wnrblo for us. But Alas! Tho steamer New Mary Houston was Tho usual now year reform is not bo what shall I say of tho orator of tho occasdisastrous in Cloverport as formerly cut down by ice nt Cincinnati Monday ion? This is tho second tiino Hint tho Business is moving along with but slight nnd will bo n total wreck. Tho losses of fraternity of this cityihnvo had tho poor tho coal dealers of that city is estimated diminution. judgement, no reflection on this ancient at a half a million dollars. If you happen to Blip up and fall down and chhritablo organization is intended, Sweet breath, sweet stomach, ewcet to on tho icy pavements and tear your ek'4 tho writer to address them on St. havo a temper, all result from tho uso of Do Witt's John's day. I cannot account for tho (peaking of clothiug-"-Sulier- 's Little Early Risers, tho famous littlo pills. second' Invitation upon any other by. big stock, under and over. Short & Hayncs, Cloverport; and Benrd pothesis than as the democrats carried Thero was only a singlo vowel of difler-crenc- o & Beclcr, Hardinsburg. all except Vermont and that other placo, between gold and Gould. "U" Mr. C. C. Martin had a cow to break though' usod in orthodox pulpits, too hot made that difference and you can savo through tho ico on tho river Sunday to name hero, they can stand drawbacks gold by trading with Sulzcr's. morning. Sho was saved from drowning nnd submit quietly to bo bored. Tho meeting services at tho Quarterly by being pulled out with ropes which pnticuco of somo pcorffo is wonderful Ashery M. E. church, this city, Jan. 14 wero thrown over her horns. being perfected in suffering. Can't you and 15. Dr. L. M. Hagood, presiding Col. Laf. Green, of tho Falls of Rough, como over nnd take your partof tho borossisted by Ruv. J. G. Jones. elder, was a passenger on tho oast bound train ing? I'would lovo very much to bo in Don't you wear any undor-clothe- s old Cloverport now nnd grasp tho hands atall ? If you do, why not buy of Bab-bag- o Monday. Ho had been to St. Louis to of friends. As I am not permitted to do purchaso machinery for a largo saw mill now at ten per cent, discount, bo I will do tho next best thing, that is, whileyou havo a nico lot to eelect.froin? that ho is erecting over at tho Fulls. Read tho Uiieckeniiidoe Nkws, and as I Now is tho time to get ono of tho best rend it I will silently brcntho a prayer Rev. D. 8. Bowlds, of Pellvillo, passed known Switz for my dear friends of yore and especially through tho city Saturday onrouto to Woolen Jersey over-shirClifton Mills, whero ho will hold a pro- Condo make. Usual retail price $2.25, for editors, for to them is given tho hardtracted meeting with the United Breth- now going at 31.38. Only a few left. est task that earth gives to her denizens Bubbage's. ren. amusing nnd entertaining other people A Congregational Meeting will ho hold with n paucity of thnnkB and largo sufficTho river closed hero lost Friday night and Saturday morning early tho skaters next Sabbath morning after regular ser- iency of fault finding. Well, somo pay vice at tho Presbyterian church. All ono way, somo another nnd wo must tako-ou- r wcro skimming over its treacherous, surfoco from one sido to tho members of the congregation are earnestmcdlclno whethor wo Hko it or not. smooth ly requested to bo present. Important My life is mado up largoly of retrospect, other. but I do nof.rotrospect somethings I do Thero aro thousands of miles of good business to bo transacted. Wo havo soveral good pieces of poetry not like the blues. skating in this Ohio Valley now, and tho Yours Frntornally, people of Cloverport aro utilizing their on hand that will bo published in their W. K. PjcNiton. portion of tho territory to tho greatest turn. Tho authors need not bo uneasy, girl-O- ct., 11 N. B., N. B. otc-U- aby for no worthy pieco finds tho wosto baskextent. et in this ofTico. Wo havo only limited 1892. Too sweet for anything. Win. Vessels, thq Tammany chief of Following is n comment, which we Hardinsburg, was in tho city last Friday spaqjL however, and as poetry Is "copy" will not spoil by ago, it has to bide clip from tho Pino Bluff Daily Commernight. It is rumored that ho and Burl that cial, in regard to a series of lectures that Beard will start a saloon at this placo in its time. tho RoV. Ponrod Is delivering on the intho near futuro. A new departure in tho tobacco trade teresting BubJectJ'Agnostlcism." To overcome tho jnarks of age, all who is inaugurated at Louisville. Tho StandRov. V, K. Penrod, lost night nt tho ard Warehouse, a now house, offers n Sixth "havo gray beards should ubo Buckingnvcnuo Bahtist church, presented tho person who ham's Dyo for tho whiskers, tho best premium of $l,500-"to his.Iargo audience his second lecture and cleanest dyo made for coloring brown guesses tho nearest to tho number of on agnosticism. His field of course is hogsheads sold in tho year 1893. Every or blacic. very extended, but for tho limited timo blacVsmlth at Pell-vlll- person who ships then) n hogshead of ho discoursed ho gave fino similes nnd John Nowman, a o died Jan. 5th of pneumonia, after a tobacco has a guess. Watch tho striking illustrations of tho faith of ChrisNews for further particulars. taw days. Ho woh a sickness of only a tianity nnd of tho truth of tho existence good mechanic and a fine citizen and The Brownies, tho quaintest and most ofn God, nnd utterly demolished the will be greatly missed in tho community. courious littlo people imaginable. fngersoll thoorists nnd free thinkers, and Said to bo descendants of Fuiries nnd sent them shivering in thlsjilnyful spray Tho Cloverport Mechanics' Band gave nnd just as full of fun as where thero was neither port nor bay." ft delightful musical concert at tho resithey can bo, aro now being illustrated in dence of Thofl. Bohlor, tho homo of Sulzcr's. Bucklen'i Arnica, Salve, Oscar Holder, tho cfllcient trombonist, colors on a bulletin board at Thurday evening. Refreshments Watch for them every morning and Beo Tho Best Halve In tho world for Cuts, lat Into BruiHCH, Sores, Uleerri,Salt Rheum, Fever were served, and .ovcrybody enjoyed what devilment they liuvo been Sort's, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains during tho night. hugely. himself Corns nnd nil 8kin Eruptions, and posiDon't fall to look into Sulzer's tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Three young men started to Hawes- nnd seo tho seven famous pic- is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, vlllo last Saturday morning on skates, Price 25 conta por or money refunded. just after tho river had closed tho even- tures by seven famous artists For salo by Short & Hayncs, box. by Paul Andorsop1, Horse Fair, by druggist. ing before. When about threo miles below tho city Honry Yeagcr broko Rosa lknhncn,.Tho.Ln8t of Poor Fido, Death of Mn. Jennie Bean Held. through tho ice and was precipitated by M. Lo Conte; ifo Will Return, by Ho saved himself by Jos. Marcus; Never too Lnto to Monti, into the river. Mr, Allen Dean has received tho Bad crawling onto solid Ice and tho whole by Annetto; Something to Adore, by Rid-wa- nows of tho death of his sister, Mrs. Jen-ni- o Light of Other Days, by Arnold. Dcan Reld, at Denver, Col, Sho was party returned home. well known in Owcnsboro, having often Ed. Gregory has accepted a position Maj. Henry T. Staunton, tho only Kenvisited tho family of her brother hero with Suiter's m, bb especial advertiser. tucky poetlanrate, author of tho "MoneyAbout two Mr Gregory has great talent in this di- less Man," will give ono of his amusing and was a great favorite. years ago sho was married to Rev. Chas. rection: He is original and unique in and Instructive entertainments, In tho his subjects, and his designs are always Presbyterian church This is a Hold, a promising young minister. Soon artistically executed. Manager Nolte rare chance for the citizens of Clovurport afterward they removed to LaJunta, Col., ean congratulate himself on procuring to receive a literary and poetical treat, where their .homo was when sho died. such efficient help. But it is not at all such as only occasionally cornea this way. She was about 28 years old. Consumpsurprising, Mr. Nolte usually knows a A crowded house should greet Mr, Stan- tion was the disease that carried her off. Owensborp Messenger. jjbod thing when be see It. ton. Breckenridge News. REV. W. K. PENROD. BEF0R1 TAKE it as much this means rule lower gi.i,. i -- ! iff Our annual inventory of stock, we want to reduce I ts as possible, and that prices will than ever, lotII f a Buys moro goods now than it would a week ago, in certain linos, bocauso and what is our YOUR MONEY Wintor Goods must bo sold. loss will be the people's gain. m m in it. JULIUS WIUTEE & f YOUR LIFE Oan bo mado pleasant by tho consciousness that you aro dealing in" CO., to-dn- tho very host and most economical way. "OLD RELIABLE" OLOTHIERS, Cor. Third and Markot Streets. LOUISVILLE, KY. SULZER'S WILL SAVE YOU Many dollars on desirable bargains in Oloaks, Overcoats, Blankets, Comforts, Etc. In fact Winter Goods of all kinds. But como in and boo what wo can do for you. n, SbS2s!TISS9S;S2:a4SS-St5-aS-353)- ' HARDINSBURG NORMAL INSTITUTE! Winter Term of eight weeks opens Monday, Jnn. 23, 1893. Spring Torm of eight weeks oponB Monday, Match 20, 1893. Summer Term of eight weeks opens Monday, May 15, 1893. TUITION FEES PER TERM. Common Branches, in advance . . SULZER'S, CLOVERPORT, KY. . . Bab-bago- 'B Higher Branches, Primary Course Music --- " '.' $0.00. S7.50. $4.00. $8.00. s, BOARD. por week. wcoks will bo dovoted to Tenchors, who wish Tho Inst eight to no exnmincu. 4111 01 miy pupus exnminou irom mis scnooi last summer, but threo failed m Location healthy, people pluin, intelligent nnd refined. j faculty nret class. Appiy to. D c. In privnto families from $2.2.') to $2.50 ONLY A ( I t's few more on hand is what we have to say about our stock of 1 R. P. SHACKLETT, Prin. iutsyira u a2r - HARDINSBURG. KY. GEirsiSSS-33r0 mmimmmm&wmm mmym m 33Ho?sM?fo?33 - o?3 II - a3rarEi Dr. Hale' Household Ointment Is tho finest remedy in tho world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Uhounintisin. Cures Piles Hko innglc. Cures salt rheum in tho most soothing manner. Cures inflamed nnd Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs nnd Colds. Can bo taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonin. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstanding, Corns nnd bunions aro cured quickly; different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal. 25c. nnd 50c. boxes. Lnrgo sixo cheapest. Sold at Short it I lay ncs' drug storo. Statement of tho Condition of the Bank of Hardinsburg At Overcoats is the cause of it, Jail lIurtliitnirK, Ky., At tbecloie of Luilneii Vtc. Slit, 181)2. hmourceh. Note anJ Mill discounted $I03(14 81 0 Hanking homo anil tot 3,51)7 Flxturoi and furniture 1,478 68 6U Duo from other bank 2fl,2C2 Caib on band V,8ft0 07 Total, LIABILITIES. Our close prices and we are $Ma,io3 09 $ 25,000 00 still making the same big reduction in prices, IHTO THE RIVER. Herbort Reidel Comes Near Losing His Life While Skating. What camo near behiK a sad accident, nnd making this skating Beason hero ono of grief and sorrow, occured about fivo Capital ttock Due depoiltora Dividend No. 3 Duo July 4 per oent. Undivided profit! lit 115,081 67 1,000 00 (,479 12 Totnl, $148,583 69 I, M. II. Heard, Caihter of the above named Imnk, do lolemnljr iwear tbat the above into- inei t ii true to the bent of my knowledge and M. II. I1KAKD, Caibler. I'olkf. . Subscribed and iirorn to before tne thli, the THEY MUST GO. Our Fall and Winter Goods your price. of all kinds are in the same road to be shoved out at Slitdavof Deo. 1892. ts Herbert o'clock last Saturday evening. Koldol, a littlo boy nbont thirteen yenrs of ago was among tho skaters on the river nnd in attempting to find a now routo across tho stroam, when nbout mid way tho treacherous ico jiavo way under him and ho was floundering in the cold water. His cries for help drew tho attention of others, and they ImmedNo ono iately started to tho rescuo. could get to within less than fifty feet of tho littlo boy without breaking through himself. A polo was thrown to him but It broko through of its own weight and stopped beforo It reached him. A ropo was then procured nnd nn end with n loop in it thrown to him which ho soon slipped over his shoulders and adjusted under his arms. Two quick jerks with strong nrms brought him to solid ico nnd lid was saved, wlnlo n shout of joy nroso from tho throats of tho ninny pcoplo who wcro watching tho proceedings from tho Jho. P. Uabwill, Notarjr Public. We are making room Of the Condition of the Breckinridge Bank, AT CLOVERPORT, KY. for Spring Stock. If you want a Suit of Clothes, now is the time to buy it. At the cloie of builnoti Deo. 31, 1892. 4ISKTB. Notei and bllli dlio't'd Dank fixture! and furniture Banking houie and lot Suipended debt . Overdraft! Caib on hand $28,822 60 liondi 28,881 Ot Due from Bank! 43,862 97 Total, LIABILITIES, $170,758 2,572 3,335 73 390 72 25 14 61 B. F. BEARD & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. 23 ' 97,169 51 $274,297 36 00 00 shore b e, Breck-enridg- Tho littlo follow was not tho least ex197,202 27 s of nn cited during tho $274,297 36 Total, hour that ho was inhU perilous position. I, A. II. Skillman, Caibler of the above Tho first thing ho did was to removo his named bank do inlrmnly iwoitr tbat the above skates from his feet, nnd ho patiently ititemer.t ll true to the beitof my knowledge A. II. SKILLMAN, nnd quietly hung on to tho frail ice, andbeller. L'aihler. knowing that if ho moved ho would go Subicrlbed and iworn to before me, thli, the under. Ho was nlmost froisi'ii nnd had 2d day or January, 1893. J. D. fliwour, N I'. D. 0. to bo helped homo and revived by rub bing and the liberal uso of stimulants. thrce-qunrter- Capital itock Hurplut fund , Undivided profit! Fund to pay taxei Dividend No. 37. 4 ptr cent, declared tbil day, Depoilti $ 45,100 25,000 4,891 300 09 00 J. A. WITT. JOLLY MEADOK. 1,804 00 WITT & MEADOR, BARGAINS For tho noxt Fifteen dnys wo will offer Bpccial bargains on our Hob-goblin- The Verdiot Unanimous. Totiik Punuo: pleases tho lawyer nnd hiscllent.too, It I havu just fitted tin nnd otioncd n tuiloun nt tho old Mnrtln Btnnd,. to hnvo tho verdict of tho jury unanimous. A great jury composed of tlto uiwt und of iron brldo, nnd will keep (Incut flnjt-cln- Notice stock of M show-windo- w y; old wills-knjconstantly on hand tho Ameilcnn public has rendered a unanibrandies, wines, cordials, cignrsaml mous verdict on Dr. Hale's Household tobacco, etc. Cough Cure as a medicine, agreeing that Call mid tko mo. its promises of a speedy euro for coughs, Itesj ectfully, colds and bronchial troubles aro always II, Ufavin. carried out to tho letter. Tills pleasant Cloverport, Ky, verdict has not been obtained without groat pains taken to make ittliobestcuio on tho market, Tryabottlo when you havo a cough or cold and you will belong to tho "unanimous" over after. For sale by Short & Hayncs. Woolen Goods, Ladies' Dress Goods Plaids, Etc. As tho Season for tho enlo of oar-gains thcao Oooda closos, wo offer both in Sellers' Liver Pills. Conn Cuilu Huso Morgan Acquitted, W. IL Morgan, city Marshal of Ste- phonBport, who shot Jabo Uruner, on tho night of December 24th, had an cxotnln Ing trial in 'Squire J. W. Jarrett's court Monday and was acquitted. It will bo rbmornborcd that Uruner was trying to release his brother, whom tho Marshal had under arrest, nt the time tho Marshal shot him. Ilrunor will get well. Act Directly ontltcLtvcr. amd FjTxn.DnrBraa, Quality and Price. BlCKlIUDACHI, DlUOll COUO, COKITITA- - obm Hunt, Bixitxii, ToarjB Coated Toxova, 8Lxtn.tMMiti,iitDiix Duiiiii or tui Dtih axd Stokics--. II you do not "feci very w ell," tingle, pill at atlanlatci the itomict, reatorw the appetite, InptrU tleor to tho mtesu They euro all dUeue Hko mete, a the right kind. BELLKUS'IiVKIt I1LUS. Sold by drarelHi. 8sdfordreolr. Ud-Um- a tiox, RaitmiTiix, Pilii, rALrrriTM Lit. "WW "W WITT & MEAD0E, nil you bring. Diing us your Produce Wo tako HARDINSBURG, KY. BKLLKBSllKMCINB CO..Ktbw.P. r-;- j- riiJ-an- s tgmtiu'mm9KmmmMms1'''' r, g 2e. "' n-- i --v" - , t:ee:ei ustzb w- -- - 1 4 MR News. J. BRRGjElNRIDGEl MRWS, OnoVRRPOJRlS KV. j Breckenridge STEPHENSPORT. D. Ditbbngc was in town Saturday. 1'ino gtrorl now on the river for tliu skaters. Miss I.izzlo Stiles spent .Sunday in Union fc'tnr. Mrs. Geo. I'aynu is visiting her parents near sample. I heard somebody say, that last Thursday was a little windy; whatabout It? Mrs. Lou Itltink and daughter, I'carl, are visiting relatives in Clovcrport. g Miss Georgia Hawkins went to Saturday to spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Hrashear, of Louie-vlllare visiting their sister, Mrs. It. J. Hard-Insbure, Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. WEDNESDAY, JANUAUY( 1!, I80X OUR SHOP FRIENDS. 1 wo in your Into eli-tio- u Mk. Editor: of your ncnt littlo paper of Dec. 21, that Bomo of our poetical friends engi- Rpy&l Jg3& Baking WEEKLY ONLY york HERALD. UMTTDVPU w n J&-SM- rS-fl5r- (NE DOLLAR A YEAR! iim iiUillll Colored Ui S344&$&4&:SS2r& A neer friends, you know havo been out airing themselves quito a littlo. Is it possible do you think, that n poet laurletto has sprung up from among us poor mortals nt Clovcrport? How would it do dear Editor to suggest to England now that thoy havo lost their poet laureate, and are having such a serious time selecting a now one, that they draw on us at Clovcrport 7 don't you think thnt wo might supply their want 7 I think, dear Editor, ono of our poor old greasy ma chinists could fill tlio place. If not one could send two or n machinist and tinner for Instance, they would never know the difference. Now, what do you think of the schcino? For In my opinion theso young warblers of ours descrvo an opportunity to expand themselves. Iiut my advlco to theso dear Kcts would be, judging from the beautiful flow of thought and out IKHiring of genius manifested in those fow lines Oh, alas, how free that they stay in at night for fear they should endanger their health, as I believe they are not real well anyway, and a jwet's health is rather doubtful at best. Hut, Mr. Editor, how did it ever come about that our joet or poets or jtoetess committed such an awful mistake as to overlook our shop friends? We never did, as far back ns we can remember, when wo were not more than knee high to a duck, like to see any one slighted. Just imagine, dear sir, all those poor fellows lying night after night on a sleepless bed, g tears streaming from their eyes and why, oh, why, were we so miserably forgotten. And the echo answers hack, because you were greasy machinists. And I weep. Oh, Mr. Editor, don't you think it is awful? Now I want you to knowalmut our shop friends. won-delin- During 1883, tbe WEEKLY HERALD will be without question the best and eheapest family journal published in America. It will be profusely illustrated by the bests artists in the country, and will be a (magntlne of literature, art and news absolutely unrlralcd tn ill excellence. ABSOLUTELY PURE The Presidential Inaugural Will bo graphically described and artistically pictured, while the groit feature of tbo coming year's history, WHITE SHIETS Shirts, 4S flie Chicago Weekly Time$ IITOUNDKD IN 1SC1.) WORLD'S FAIR, Will be given particular attention. So complete will be the descriptions of erery thing conneo ed with the great Exposition, and so true to the reality tho many Illustrations, that a perutal of the Weekly Herald next summer will be almost as satisfactory ns a visit to Chicago. Napicr. Mrs. It. W. Vaughn and children who havo been in Louisville for some time re turned homo Sunday. Miss Dixie E. Perrigo, of Louisville, who has been visiting licre for some time returned homo Friday. Mr. Geo. Jamleson returned from Toledo, 0., lost week, whero he had been to attend tbo marriage of his son. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Lay who havo been visiting here for some time, left Monday for Gas City, Ind. Mr. Lay and It. A. Hrashear will open a drug store there. Gas City is n new and rising town, and wo trust they will be successful in their now location. Messrs It. A. Shellman anil Dr. D. White, gave the young people an apron party, Thursday, Jan. 5th at the Smith Hotel. Some of tho invited were not present "as 'twas a very cold night." The boys worked dilligently hemming tho aprons, prepared for tho occasion, and while all made manifest their good talents as "needlemen," Mr. J. F.Jenkins received the prize which was a book nicely bound he deserved it. Mr. Gus Shellman won the booby prize, which was a small breastpin, and it can be safely said he also deserved his. 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Yon will dream that the The tank's place has taken; And the inachlnliti, the engine!, The reverie way are making. r, No question of nitlonal Importance and all political and economic questions of moment Tliejr are canvassed and discussed bjr the people and are national ones begin in Congress. press, and when Ihey rraeh congress that body has mere) the detail to consider. THE GIIICA'JO WKKKLY TIMES has becoma the recognised leader of the great plain people the bone ami sinew of tie commonwealth and the hope ol the Ametlcan republic. Its editoriali are broad, national, elrriuent, convincing, and dignified, and as comprehensive in the subjects treated at are the questions of human Interest. THE CHICAUO WrKKLY TIMES represents all the movements of the day, and upon Its Indorsement bingea In a largo degree, the future, for It Is broad In Its views, liberal In Its judgment, and has the best possible means of forming a corroot one, and knowing Its duty to man, the country, progress, and future greatness, Is lifted above bigotry and narrow minded-nes- s, dures perform it. To It all subscribers should turn for enlightenment, encouragement, sympathy, assistance, and the nerve to carry nut their undertakings. In iti ranks are to be found the brightest minds In every lino. Week by week It talks to every inbacriber of what ia going on, brushes away the dust from the past and starlights tho coming. It forecasts the future and foiewarns against disaster. It Is a matchless scrap book of knowledge, for the farmer, mechnnlc, lawyer, doctor, and all good citizens. Left Over from Issue. Without the riqulrcments of wading through pages of Irrelevant matter THE CHICAGO Clover-por- t, Mr. Huston Stiles, operator, of WEEKLY TIM Kb gltts to its readers the silted gtalns of thought, history, science, and all was in town Saturday and Sunday. at a glanre; makes every reader a cosmopolite, and brings the entire wealth of the world to Mr. Amos Hoard, of Hartlinsburg, was his very door. in town Thursday on his way to !jnis-villIt gives mote for the money than any other weekly paper In America. It Is bright, entertaining, and valuable good for the whole family. Its world's fair news la the moat complete and reliable. Miss Emma English, who has been It ia a bureau of Information for ita subscribers, answering anything desired. visiting in Iong Ilranch, returned home Its agricultural depatlment contains tbe best from all sources. Sunday. It asks every Intelligent man and woman to become a subscriber, because it stands up for Mr. and Mrs. :. T. 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Write to Courier-Journa- l Co., Louisvillo, Ky. .V..II. $5.00 54.00 m- 3.50 tiii: BRECKENRIDGE AND THE 50 to 35 " Men's shirts " Other things correspondingly cheap. Will exchange goods for butter, eggs, feathers, hides, dried fruit, chickens, etc. 0. W.STONK I'rluts " 1.00 to 0 to 60 5 ' ' fvk $3.0050 NEWS $2.50 Kate Hawkins lust week. Mr. and Mrs. Will II. I.cnnon, of spent Xmas and New Year with her mother, Mrs. It. A. Smith. Ilitnl-insbur- ti:m::ejs office,ILL. CHICAGO, ! 59 nn 42.25 flfff vl t2 $2.00 fOR UDIES Wcokly Courier-Journ- WHEN YOU al go to IltinliiiHbiirg call on It. E. BErJvk $1.75 ron.tiXEN $2.00 $1.75 FOR BOYS Will be sent one year to any nddrcst for $1.75 Address JN'O. I. HAIlltAO!', Cloverport, Ky. Muttingly for tlio beat winta nnl liquora, g, A SCHOOLER of Ix'or and lunch nil for 5 ' Bill Nye on Wagon Roads. Our wngon roads throughout tho country are generally a divgraco to civilization, and l)o fore we undertake to mipply Jaeger underwear and nenl fikin covered lilhk'H with llcxililo hacka to the Afiican, it might ho well to put n few dollars into tho relief of galled and broken down hurncB that have lout their health on our highways. e Tho country Hystein, as I call it, was,in my boyhood, about aa poor and inelll-d- o nt uh it could well ho ICarh towiirihip wiih divided up into road difttricts, and each road district was premded over by an overseer of highways, whoso duty ills to collect ho many iIiivh work or ho many dollars from each in tho district. Of couree no would pay a dollor when lie could come and make mud pies on their road all day and visit and gossip with tho neighbors and kiivo his dollar too. Tho result seemed to bo thnt tho work done was misdirected and generally an injury to tho rond. Willi all duo respect to the farmer, I will titato right hero that ho does not know how to make roads. An Providence never Intended that ho should know. Tho professional rond builder, with the money used by tho ignorant sapheads and rond architects, would in a fow years make roads in tho United States over which two or three times tho present sized' load could bo easily drawn, and tho dumb beasts of tho republic would rise up and call ns blessed fordoing it. mist-Tabltax-paytax-payall-wisclf-mad- o Wanted "" WEEKLY Names 8U?SC?!?!"S ! Wk THE You will dream ol the days llcfiirr you met our friend Mike, And you'll sigh for thrtn back again. Or something such like. You'll with you were tilting At the old hoineitead door, A w.y from all carei, all worries and bores, A pronounced success for cure of cold and I.luir M. Mecrs, North liv.int-toIII., writes: "We have used Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup for every cold we have hail; we arc, also subject to bronchitis in very cold wcathir and it has been successful in all cases." hrnuchiti.-Mr- s. 200,000 CONSTITUTION 0a. FRIEND, A Then, there's our nohle friend Nutting, biffing to serene in bit cbalr, He it wishing no doubt, 'I hat we'll come to bit share. He laughs in his tleeie, At the part lie has tuken, And imagines he's safe I'rom the earthquake that's breaking. Ha I gentle Nnttlng, You'r a fine gentleman, "l'.il, be niter can til I'li.lt is In the aih-pan- " ' I'll the ash bee is brought. And the pan made discover Its contents of a thes, In which, sometimes there's one thing, t Published at Atlanta, TIIK FARMER'S OTHER Hl'EOIAI.TIKH In footwear nro ol the samo high grade, and represent a money raluo far beyond tho prices charged, hto that uuno and prlco are stamped on bottom of each shnn. S3 SHOE cent?iW DEST SHOE if TAKKMJHIJIIHTITIITK. Douglas, Jlrockton, Muse. Sold 20. TIME SCHEDULE R. DOUGLAS Timing IUioct 3STO. IH THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY. 1 Louisville, St Louis & Texas R, R, Co. rents nt I MATTIrW'S, HARDINSBURG, KY. At 5:00 o'clcl: A. H. Weinesdav Jan. Wttt Hound Trtiint , S3 Eatt Hound Train, Mall 62 IDllltflM ,., The Country Boy. We have spent much of thulast HOME COMPANION I'or sale by lloivmcr A: thirty-fou- r Glovurpnrf, ICy. lliiiublvloii, bj Kxpr's Kxpr'a Dally 6 3l),im 6 45 7 20 MM 900 9 08 MET IIEU I1V A STATIONS Espr's Kxpr'. Dally 9 JOprc 869 8 20 A M FOKMSIIED Dally 7 4.Vtm 8(10 8 40 8 46 Ha And sometimes another. Not, that you were found in an asb.pan My dear, noble swain, Hut ashes like brain, On illnover the tame. Then there's our sweet gentle friend, The boy In the corner, He is always at work, Whit at )ou will wonder, Some courious things He makes In a day, What wilt not hold oil You may till up with hay. His name is Jim. Still. Ho lias a smile on his face Where ever he meets yuu. No matter the plate. He make juu dipper, or bucket, Or If you would rather A nice tin locKct. Anoit-ca- n i to get a wide circulation in political farm papers and agricultural annexes to thu big dailies. Tho fact is that a broad tired A smile upon his face, wheel Ih good for uso on hard, well lie keeps the time and drained roads, ho rounded in tho conter And amount of oil and wjste, ' 'I he boys use on their engines that tho water runs oil freely and quickly, On their trip, from place to place. preventing tho forming of ruts and mud , His name 'tis plain Jim. Harris or "chuck" holes. Put whero ruts or Hut be has a big and honest heart. mudholcH have been mndo during a spell The boys sometimes will kick and squeal of wet weather, tho man who starts out And think him to alert, with n broad-tirewngon will find thnt Hut soon it all blows over, AsolTlhcy go to work, ho has a load of mud on his wheels as big Convinced that by them all ns that on his wagon box. Tho wide tiro, He will play the honest rlerk, which is supposed to roll down tho road nut now I'm tired and sleepy, ' so beautifully, it found to bo carrying So I'll shut the throttle off, whole acres of mud along on tho Inside And tumble Into bed Ainldcit pillows white and toll, of its broad felloes, and If tho team had I'or the call boy'll soon be here, a voto on tho question It would bo cast With his book and pencil sweet, as a most emphatic protest against broad You'd thin It was a ladies check, 4 ' Your lips about to meet. Report of Lost Run School, District tires. In soft meudows thoy will carry a good load and rido on the surface, whoro So good night and happy dreams, No. 30. narrow tires will go down, hut if thoy I'or no'doubt you'r tired of trash, School clowjd Dec. U.ld, with tho followBut If for once you'll just forgive, onco cut through it is necessary to rally ing report: Winnie Stinnett, WW; And be sure and do nothing rash, tho neighbors nud their horses to get I'll near tax your patience more, UWn Davit), 05.: ; Virgil Priest, ; them on top of tho earth ng'aln. Xorth-wester- n Unless you express your willingness Annlo Stinnett, 00.7; Krneitt Davis, 8!.fl; Agriculturist. To put up with such a bore. William DiwIm, 88.8; Mngjjto Davis, 87.U; Yours truly, Peyton Scott, 87.5 ; Ada lltitlor, 85.0 ; Small in sizu, great in results; Do Witt's Hll.I. III!.!.. Hnttlo Davit), 8.V5; Mnttio Davis, 85.4; Little Knrly Risen). Pest pills fur ConstiThe prudent and provident mother makes It a Jnck Dyer, 85. pation, best for Sick Headache, best for rule to keep Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup In the ho s. Our rejKirt Includes none but thoso Sour Stomach. Thoy never grijio. Short She hat tried It belore and she well knows that A Haynes, Clovcrport, and Beard & Peelwhen her littlo ones have croup It will surely making 85 per cent, or more. A. Duiskki., Tcnchcr. cure tbciu. er, Hardinsburg, Ky, mint-tructU over-timd " Then there's several others. Too numerous to mention. All nf whom require The foreman's attention. There's llucny Hums for instance, 'I he holler maker's devil. Harry has a serious time To Keep that shaver level, He's always into devilment, And sure to be around, Hscepl there is some worn on hand, Duck's not there, I'm bound. Hut hold on Mr. IMIlor, There's one I rnott forgot, A more Kind and genial gentleman About the place, I'm sure there's not. With a "helliijacn," "how arc you Jim," years in farmers' homes, and have seen that boy the country lad as he is. He rises early; he is acuuaincd with and interested in all the stock and poultry; he knows all the country round; lie with every bug and worm, bird and animal, tree and flower, weed and cereal on the farm. He bus a good appetite ami good digestion, and bis sleep is sweet mid refreshing. lie reads thoughtfully the great book of nature, whose leaves open before him day by day. He loves his father and his mother and tails them such, and he loves his sweetheart as no town boy does, and is loved in turn by her as no town boy is. He works hard all day, and when night comes he enjoys a frolie with a healthful zest, and then lies down to peaceful dreams. He grows to man's estate with the rich heritage of good health, a clean, pure character, Industrial habits, a mind well stored with practical knowledge gained by the fireside and in the eountiy lyeeiiin.niiuc-tionat- e and trusting in his disposition, polite and courteous though perhaps somewhat awkward in his manners, and in every way well equipped for tho battle of life. He knows nothing of the follies anil vices, tho mockery ami hollow-nes- s so often seen in city life. He is a grow n up man, and tho chief places in busiucM in the city anil in the nation come into his possession. Ho has the stufliu hiin that qualifies him under guidance for eminent statesmanship, for military renown, for professional success, for judicial distinction, anil the grandest citizenship. Tho giandest men of our nation havo been, and tho grandest of the future will be found among the country boys of our land. lie may at times think iiis country home plain and e.liis life one of drudgery and humdrum, and may at times envy tho town loy ami his more exciting life and opportunities, but let him not worry. Ho has a far richer heritage, and tho future will be 11 satisfactory revelation to him, God bless the country boy! Ho Is thu hope of thu nation. Dr. Kennedy. Headache Is tho direct result of Indigestion and stomach disorders. Itemedy these by using Do Witt's Little Early Itisers, and your hcudneho dlsanearH, Tho favorito littlo plllH everywhere. Short it Haynes, Clovcrport, and lleard A Heeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. isac--quuiut- lias Already IsO.OOO Subscribers The largest Circulation of any Weekly Newspaper IN THE WOULD Dally Iv.Un'n p't..ar 100 Kentucky St. 12 45 Howard Hock Haven Long Ilranch llramlcnburg Guston Irvlngton Webster Lodlburg Stcphensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops Hkron Len. G. Herndon & Co., General Produce and Commission Merchants and General Storage. tiii: tiiti: in south v.ux Its AnMOUI.TUK.tL vi:i:ki,v Is Dzpartuknt the best In the land. WouKx'sand Ciiii.uiux'h columns are nf unusual domestic interest. Its FxAtuitr.scost more money than is paid by any tkk .Southern papers combined for general reading matter. Its Nkwb Columns covkr tiic world. Hill Arp writes for It. Dr. Talmazo preaches for It Joel Chandler Harris (Undo Hemus), Wallace I. Heed and Frank L. Stanton are regularly employed by It. A. M. Wclr(Sarge 1'lunkett) has a weekly letter. Mark Twain, Hubert Louis Stevenson, Hud yard Kipling, Frank Stoekotn, ltlcbard Malcolm Johnston, and the brst literary geulus of the world contribute to Its columns. Its During 1893 THE SUN will 73 760 SCO ba of surpassing excellence 8 10 and will print more news and 819 8 28 8 more pure literature than 8 37 45 8(3 ever before in its history. 869 9 0S 7 21 Wcatl'olnt 12 05 12U2pm 11 11 45im 38 ' 816 H(X) 917 9 2i! 9S4 9 41 1119 1111 Ul 760 7 41 H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Reliable and prompt. Cash with ovory sale. Consignments solicited. nt 962 I0O0 10l8 1016 1023 1027 "" I'i.rce Staple 1102 1053 1045 10.15 782 721 715 667 6 48 6 40 6.15 6 27 6 22 L0UISVILLK. KY Jan. 10, 1892. The Sunday Sun la tho groatcflt Sunday Newspaper in tlio world. Price 5c. a copy. Dally, by mall, Daily and Sunday, by mail, By mail, $2 a year year $8 a year $6 a It Is a Magazine Only ! I AND EVERY ISSUE IS AN EDUCATOR Address THE SUN, New York. $I.OO a Year. coimi:s. BANK OP Sklllman Hawesville 10(5 1118 l'ctric 1124 1011 Falcon 1129 Cavce 1015 Lewfiport 10 2.1 1135 1162-10 41 1'nwcrs 12 07pm I'ates 1065 1216 Owensbnro 1101 122; Mattlnely 111S 11 SI 1232 Orffith 12 36 11 iS Stanley 1244 1135 Worthlncton Heads 1263 1142 Spottsvllle 1165pm 101 12 05am lllnm llasketts 1220am 1 25pm ar.Henders'n Iv 9 16 9 30 935 9 47 06S 912 1030 10 1030 1023 1018 1016 1001 9 67 9 44 0 3.) 9 20 9 09 619 6 07 41 1060 1100 UH 602 660 Shippers should mirk all packages plainly, with shipper's name and address, BUTTKH. i 18 Choice, country 16 11 to 12 Medium poit-ofll- Common .. 926 861 8 37 8 27 640 6 32 21 Creamery I'AUiS. 10 (a, 11 2d (a) 30 23 915 f,, 6 611 4 Fresh 1'OULTKV. Old liens per lb Uoostcrs , Springers Turkoyt llvo Turkeys dressed per lb FEATIIEKS. I'rlme, white got so Mixed 2 CO m 4 4 67 43 35 t 2 70 , .....3 fl ; 813 8 0S 8 01 431 415 4 12 4 05 to 4 to 8- 10 . 765 7 45 7 37 7 29 ,13 3 68 3f0 3 43 715ini 330pm Old 25 fa 34 3S 25 25(5-1- it No. 1 duck Agents wanted In every locality. Money fur agents In working for It. m:m run nami'm: HARDINSBURq Capital Stock 825,000. 0. F. DBAUD, President. THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Alii LINE. Oiviiuj the addrmr of yourttlf SEND Tho wind from tho North blows sharp and five ntiyhlon who want SIX free copies. and keen, and hail effects of colds nro NAMES Write for Ayent'i Termt. seen. One .Minute Cough Cure so safe Clubs of six for Flro Dollars a year. and sure, will quickly perform u wonAddress drous cure. Short A Haynes, Clovcrpoit and Heard & Heeler, llardinsbnrg, Ky CONSTITUTION, ATLANTA, UA. (L. B. A 8T. h. It. K.) Oreon, rood Dry Salt, good Dry .flint, good Sheep skins UtLUS, ,' v W 3 hyt OJi ft) 2b t VA H 80 OOL. SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST tlNBTO WILL MILLEU, M. II. DEATID, Cashier. St. Louis. AD Time-Car- Evansville South-fest. ALL POINTS ...,, i. ....... 30 Grease, Que 25 ,', , Urease, coarse 20 Merino 15 Hurry and Cuts ,11 HAY, CHAIN, FKKD. We quoto prlcei on Louisvillo city' I y About Broad Tires. Many people nro talking and writing about roads and broad tires .ami narrow tires who never did more than rido in a buggy over good roads. A pretty theory is verysuro soft-spri- 0. Vf. BEAHD J. W. JARRETT, US.CIalm & Pension Agent STEPHENSPORT, KY. Do You Want a Public Office. There aro 160,000 ollicea within tho ift of.tho new AdminiHtration, and now in thu time for thoso Bcokine; public employment to tako proper stepa to Hccure ono of thi'Ho lucrative positions. All who aro interchted Hliould at onco Bond for a copy of thu United States Pluo Pook. It In a reyihter of all Federal olllces and employments in each State and Territory, tho District of Columbia and abroad with their tialarics, emoluments and duties; shows who Is eligible for aptoiutmcnt, questions asked at examinations, how to mako an application and how to push it to success, unci gives besides a vast of important information rolatlvo toGovornmentpositlonsnovorboforopubllslicd. Handsomely bound In. cloth. Price, TGcts., post paid. Address J. H. Soule, Publisher, Washington,!). O. M0KUIS KSKHIDUK J R. St. JOLLY. INTEREST I West and wharf: OATS. No, 2 oatl...i r... HAY. . 35 38 - -- Dlro tor PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS WANTED. 100,000 and also sliavcd lioops in large quantities, liest market prices paid. For further information hoop-polc- a in Effect Jul; 31. 1692. d .v. Louisville 8:05 a,tn,9:2i p.m. ..4:2a p.ra ArrSt. Louis 7t20 pm ...6:46 a m Evansville 1:20 10:00r.m For further laformatlon, call on or addteia R.A CAMPBELL, den'l 1'ass. Ag't, Evansville, Ind. Strict... cholc Chulo a No. 2 (Jood .Medium Oood llrlgbt Straw COHN. lino 11 12 00 00 6J 12 00 9 00 Ml 10 00 4 50 M 5 50 Choice whit Choice shelled 54 (at 53 42 & 45 (Sl J. B CAMPBELL, call on or nddrciM, Ciiah. May, Cloverport, Ky. A. Louisville. K 0 ty Ticket Offlce.S. W. Cor. Third A Main St., Louisville, D.P. LoulsyiMe,HadInsburg TAKING Vestern 29, R, R, 1801. vrr No. 2 TIMb TABLE. K. KFrKOT JULY WE TELL YOU nothing new when we state that It para to engage lua pt rmauent, most healthy ami pleasant buil. ness, that returns a prollt (or every day's work. Such Is the uuslnes we offer the vrorkluir class. Ye tench them hour to Unite money riiililly, and guarantee erery one who follows our Instructions faithfully the making of wnuo.00 n month. Krery one who takes hold imw and works will surely and ipeeilily Increase their earnings; there cun he no question about It j others now ut work are dolus; It, ami you, nailer, can ilo the same. This Is the best a)lng business (hat you hare erer had the chance to sicure. Yuu will make a mistake If jou fall to glre It n trial nt onco t you grasp the situation, and act quickly, you will directly II ml yourself lu a most proiiwroui business, at which you can surely make and sure large sums of money. The results of only a few hours' work will alien equal u week's wages. Whether you are old or young, man or woman, It makes no dluVrence, do aa wu tell you, and sue. cess will meet you at the very start. Neither experience or capital uecetsary. Thoie who work for us nro rewarded. Why not write to day fur full particulars, free T K. J. Al.l.KN it CO., Ho No. 41JO, Augusta, Me GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for Taily Dally ex Bun. ex Nun, Nu.6 I West Hound Trains No. 1 11 .10 1210m VIZ") 12 42 nil Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Furlllirer, Cement, Mich lean Plantar, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Rarrel, Plaito Hair, 155 215pnt 260 302 314 i" H8 118 130 Kast Hound Trains " I)aly Dally STATIONS', ex Sun. ex Sun I .No. 2 ,1, Nb. f l.v lrvnirton Ar 930am Oarliclil ' 835'' Ilurned 815 Hardinsburg 7 60 Kirk 715 Jolly 705 ' Glcuileane 644' Dmmistcr tfil ar I'allsltoiiKhK 6Um ltockvae Uuth Asklns Oaks .654,. 5 2U 21 ,' Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick. Plow Dandleif Pint Floorlneal-wa- t kepton'hatidv.' Qrdora accompanied "by cash prompt It HIM A Urcc number ol 32J 400pm ArKonl.villel.v 500 Wi 445am For instanco, Mrs.Chtt8.Hogore,of Bay City, Mich., accldcntly spilled scalding At th- ewater over her littlo hoy. Sho promptly HARDINSBURG NURSERY, applied Do Witt's Witch Haxol Salvo, Kor neat fall delivery. Ofder what you want giving Instant relief. It's a wonderfully Anything we haven't on lurid, wo will procure LOST SOU good salvo for burns, bruises, sores, and Itfur you at the lowest rates. White and yellow spotted bitch bird do?, of a euro euro for piles. Short & Hayiics ZACK. GREEN, the Luellsn stock, The owner ran get tbe Clovcrport and Bcanlb Peolor, Ilardlns same by applying to iua and proving her to be Manager Hardinsburg Nursery, burg, Ky Nathanlsl Anaei, Stophensport, Ky. his. UAUDINSDURQ.KY FRUIT TREES g