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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893011801_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. 4 Breckenridge News. 18, 18W. THE, BREGKENRIDGE NEWS, GLOYERPORT, KY, And this brings us to tho thought that tho old guard in tho South is passing Highest of nil in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. THE USTETW YORK nwny. Gibson follows Barbour of Virginia, niul falling physical powers have kept Coliiuctt, of Georgia, and Kenna, of Bridejo Cruc. The W. Virginia, from nttcmling to tho duties of tho Bcsslon thus far. Of thoso who boya hare hail their say. An all the remain actively on duty Senator Harris, And all been highly praised, During 1883, the WKKKI.Y 1IKKALD will lie without iucllon tlio but nDd cheapest of Tennessee, stands easily in tho front We ak you to allow us a place family Journal published In America. It will Lo profusely illustrated by the beiH artist In In your paper Juit to fill up space. rank. Ho succeeded Andrew Johnson the country, ami will boa (mngniino of literature, art nnd news absolutely untlrnlrd In III lror we want to hold up for our itatlon; as Governor of Tonncssco in 1857; was reexcellence That thla It right there It no question. elected in 1839, and served until driven all The engineer, Shopmen, ' out of tho Stato by tho armies of tho g on the wall," Have leen the Union. Uponthefallof tho Confederacy ho Hut the poor brldncmcn have all been left Out In the cold, to huttle Tor their pelf. took rcfugo in Mexico until matters beiii ue graphically described and artistically pictured, while the great feature of th o coining came quiet, when ho returned to his old Messrs JaincsSklllman and George Comp-to- n So we will rite up, and with all our might, year i history. aro laying tho plans for a largo toTo tee If we can get thla matter right, homo and resumed his law practico until For we feel alighted In thla race for fame; called upon to servo his people in tho U. bacco crop this year, while thoy sit by None of ua poeta, but we get there jutt the tho firo chewing tho weed. 8. Senate. Proachos a Sorlos of Sormons at Will bo given particular attention. So completo will be tho descriptions of everything connco time. Interest in tho future complexion of Miss Laura and Masters Will and Char-li- o ed with the great Kxpoltlon,and to true to tlio reality the uisny Illustrations, that u perusal Hopkinsvillo. weather we aat by the fire, Thla cold bitter tho Senato has somewhat revived sinco French spent last Sunday with their of tho Weekly Herald noxt summer will be almost ai satisfactory as n visit to . Trying to decide who waa the blggltt liar, tho Republican Senators held their re- aunt, Mrs. Mary Compton. Miss Cnrrio But It all broke up with a big futa And Tho Sinners in Christian as Well With the laureti borne oft" by the man we cent caucus aud determined to hold conSkillman accompanied them homo. call "Muas." trol of that body after March 4th, if posas tho Christians in Sin Get a Mr. Marion Dowoll has moved onto tho He beats all the rett In thla lying contett, sible. And that thoy mean business is hill, so as to take Move on Themselves. Will bo awarded for tho bcit original artlolcs on agricultural subjects. Kaoh lasuo will c ntelti care of Mrs. David And Sam Kd. and Hally became demented very evident when wo look at tho com- Ater, who is ono of a page devoted to practical and scientific fanning. " the oldest persons in While T. A. K. the referee, decided the case, mittee apK)iued by tho caucus to tako tho county and The Woman's Department will bo unexcelled In practical iuggtlons to make tho homo So all teemed well contented. quite feeble. Mr. Dowell Tlirro lliimlrcil Convert Anil Miuir moro attractive. Huck-Midtho matter in hand. It comprised such Is contemplating lti'cliiliurtl. pitching a largo crop The brldgemen on the L. St. I.. St T., Kvery week there will boa number of special urticlcs on all topics or human Interest. Are the most mlterable men yon will ever tee, names as Senators, W.E. Chandler, Hoar, this year. Among tho novelists who will write storlos for tho Weekly Herald aro Jcromo K. Jerome, and Higgans. It is putting it too mildly they have to pay board at any cost, For LECTURES IN 0WENSB0R0. Btepniak, Mrs. Urlmwood, Kdwln Arnold, John Strsngo Winter, Mario Corelll, Helen Mathora, For alt bad days are counted lott. to call thoso men partisans. With them Sore throat anil bronchial aflccllonaarc speediFlorence Warden, Hume N'libct and Hamilton Aide. tho partisan end justifies, if it docs not ly relieved and effectually cured by the use of Muttelman, who la on the crew, Tho Hopkinsvillo Kentuckian says: that sjfc and reliable remedy, Dr. null's Cough Thinks It too hard for him to do sanctify overy means. Syrup. It has stood the test of half a century. "The great revival by evangelists Sam To lay around and pay what's due, And whilo upon tho Senato, wo should SEND FOR LIST. and turkey too. Jnd eat Jones and George Stuart closed Tuesday not forget that Senator Dawes, of MassaDarting Through tho Snow. night after continuing ten days. Mr. There Is one, they call him Kd., chusetts retires from tho Senato and from It must be so, for I've heard It laid Jones preached twenty sermons and Mr. Address", JAMES GORDON BENNETT, I1V ItKV. J. II. CttTTRKl.t., !. I). public lifo in March. Dawes has been a To work In the cold will never do, Stuart twelve, both of them preaching to Now York Humid, New York. part of our national history for thlity-flv- o For he's got a hole In the toe of his shoe. Whilst Dr. Cottrell was pastor of tho tho colored people Saturday afternoon. years, and no insignificant part at that, Is good to stay, Then there Is llatlcy, he and no student of contemporary events Methodist church horo in Cloverport, ho Tho Kentuckian has kept its readers Hut to see his wife he'll lose a day, can sco his sun set without n feeling of wrote tho following as nn editorial for tho posted as tho meeting progressed and it At 6 o'clock, for the train he'll fly, To see his honey or surely he'll die. regret. Iminacculato in his purity and "Centenary" of South Carolina, which ho only remains to record tho lat three serIt is appropriate this vices, held after Tuesday's paper went to Integrity; patriotic in tho largest sense, was then editing. Then there's Sam to Pierce he's going, season. press. Mr. Jones' sermons on Monday No matter how hard It may be snowing, even his political enemies have admired So pull the bell and let him go, SAMPLE. "A messago makes request that I and Tuesday nights were discourses of him, 'and will experience a double reIn snow. Through the woods gret when Henry Cabol Lodgo steps into should go fotho country, fourmileaaway, great jower and tho o fleet was an overW. 11. S'need tilled his regular apRow OF Now I'll looi my Job for writing thlt, his shoes. Lodgo is principally known and officiate at tho burial of an old gen- flowing of religious feeling. Many old pointment here Huttinlay. For I heard the crew whltpcr and hill, Mm. M. Miller and son, l'enley, went outsido of Boston as tho author of the tleman, came on Thursday evening, the and hardened sinners joined in tho vast Hut I'lt let it go for It's all right, most complicated pieco of partisan vil- 7th day of January, whilst tho gentlest crowd of penitents and about three hun- to Cloverport Saturday. And some will say It's Mr. Larkin Gibson is quite ill with lainy over attempted, and dubbed by its and brightest of days seemed in promise dred persons were at tho alter on tho two pneumonia fever. Capital Stock $25,000. opponents tho "Force Bill." Lodgo has of continuance of a winterof unsurpassed nights. On tho lost night tho breastMina Maggie Iicauchatup, of Pierce, was It a dealer offers you a bottle of Sal Don't exemption from' severity. With the works of Satan were torn down and two in town Saturday. vation Oil without wrapper or labels, or In a mu- a reputation as a scholar; but scholarII. V. I1KAHI), PresMont. tilated condition, don't touch It don't buy It at ship and breadth of statesmanship do not morrow camo the thick darkness, and hundred and nineteen peoplo crowded Mr. J. T. McQnndy left Saturday for from out of it whirled tho snow. The around tho stand to confess their sins. Victoria, where he u ill Hpond several days any price, there Is something wrone It may be always go together. a dangerous or worthless counterfeit. Intltt WILL MILLEil, Tho friends, in Washington, of Senator game filly I rode seemed in exhilaration Nothing like it was over seen in this visiting in that vicinity. upon getting n perfect unbroken, genuine packof ambition to prance upon tho skirts of city. Mr. Owen Keys, of Ixliburg, was in Many professed faith and the Cushmnn K. Davis, of .Minn., aro M. It. IiEAHl), Cashier. age. Be on your guard. town Sunday, the guest of Miss Ada at tho action of tho Republican tho storm, and to shako oil" coqucttishly meeting closed with scores of people Payne. from mano and foretop tho fleecy deco- still greatly disturbed nbout their souls. legislative caucus at St. Paul, in unaniItov. C. 1). Koyul Is assisting Itov. 1). R. H. W. UK A lit) rations. Ono mile was made in minutes Tho number of actual converts who re- liowlds in a meetingat Clifton Mills. MOHKIS KSKUIDUK' IUrc tor mously nominating him for 11. M. JOLLY. Davis is ono of tho Senate, and though two few to bo named, when lol hero is"a sponded at tho two services and anMr. J. N, McQuady, who lias been para! of Congress Bills scarcely in harmony with his section n man and n brother" at halt on a horse nounced their intention of joining some yized for sometimo, is slowly improving. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Mrs. Kugene Conner ami Mis. Win. tho tariir and forco bill issues, tho meditating whether he can dare tho church at tho first opportunity was. 1041. To Bo Considered Deaths and world so loves a bold and brainy man storm or not. "Doctor, is you going as This was by no means all of them and a Little, visited relatives in Home. Iud., Other Changes. conservative estimato places tho entire last Saturday and Sunday. that oven Democrats prefer Davis to a (lif- fur as Mr. llambleton'H V" "No! I'm Mrs. Nelson Jolly who has been quite mileof hIshouse,thoughl" number at three hundred now convert within a erent stylo of enemy. sick for the past two weeks, is somewhat s "Well this is his honuyjil promised and probably ono hundred Henry Watttnon, Editor. PREPARATION FOR THE INAUGUCabinet rumors continue lobe in order. improveil at tins writing. havo to reclaimed. These will not all join tho (PIr. Nelson Gibson was tho guest of Bust Domocratic Paper Publishotl. Mrs. Grundy hassettledit that Carlisle is him to ride him up tliar, RATION CONTINUES TO PROto bo Secretary of tho Treasury; Lninont, walk back. Can't you lejyHiiin upas local churches as thoy were scattered all Miss Ida Payne SuuiMy, as usual. ONLY St. 00 A YEAR. GRESS. 7 .MrH.A. J. ISennctt gave a select pound Postmaster-Genera- l and Morrison Secre- fur as you goes He'll bo at tho funeral over tho county and other counties and Ilet Comlfird New , to licit Stones. tary of thelnterior; and tho recent visit of I knows." Thought is quick: It will bo States. Largo numbers of people camo a party lid her friends, on Tuesday eveIlet ning, which was quite a hucccfs. iiiht., How tho Republicans are Trying to Senator Brico to Mr. Cleveland looks im- detention to me, and a stiffening of my hundred miles to attend the meetings Witiu.iii. HA S THE Ilet I'liil.liei.'k I'lyr, Hi fMitim ni. llrt arm somewhat, but all that sweetens lifo and many of them were converted and portant to Cabinet builders. Not that Hot Aimucr. n I ntri'spun- Steal tho Senate, Etc. 4 Sclcntlflo American at all is what wc may do for our follows. will join Ofo churches at their own dent Ui p.irlinciita, anyone thinks of Brico leaving tho Son-atllctl lC.litrri.ilB. but tho claims of Ohio, Indiana, So 1 tako tho reins, and my Fablo friend homes. But thcro are other ways in It gives away a valoaule premium every day for Tho Closing of tho World's Fair on Wisconsin the largest dob received. and Michigan aro to bo con- dismounts. Oil the bitter, biting blasts which good was done. Tlio church and tho blinding flurry of tho snow I members were aroused to n better senso Sunday, is a Question that is sidered and settled. riipli-an- f llirWrrklvCoiitfrr-JntirnnSample l will lie sent free to mi) address. Wmr to Brico is not only tho man who man- When I would essay to increoso my of duty, tho different denominations Receiving Much Attention. aged Mr. Cleveland's first successful cam- speed, tho homo I led was hesitant; and were brought closer together and public CouriorJournal Co , Louisvillo, Ky. paign, but is a conspicuous ilguro social- tho bridlo reins touching tho flanks of sentiment was turned against certain From our special Correspondent. tho ono I rode would cause impatience, callings and practices that will well nigh MARKS. TIIK ly and politically, in Washington. Honco Piif-FDESIGN PATENTS, "Washington, I). 0., Jnn'y 12, 1893. COPYRIQHTS. ho is not thought not to bo out of place aud thus I felt as if uponn hide stretcher. destroy them in this city for tho timo-beinBRECKENRIDGE NEWS ntc. froo Handbook wrlto to Tho threo miles wore mado through Tho of Congress thin In ono of tho most interesting of There is a universal demand for For Information and IIUOAlm-AT- , New Yourr. AND TDK MUNN A CO, 3td our hisbureau for patonta tribulation. Hero aro tho people assem a mora rigid enforcement of tho laws Oldest patent tasousecuring- ua Is In America. week lias produced nothing of nn'cxciU toric old mansions known for a generaWookly Courior-JournKvery out by tiroiifht beforo tho publio by a notlco glvou froo of chargo In tliu bled at a residenco to bury tho dead. Ono J and tho morals of tho town will soon seo ing nature, though it is evident that mat-to- tion or two as tho Corcoran Will lie sent one ycir In nny ail. Ins. for i 5 Mansion. Address room aud lii.ll aro filled, and after I had a decided improvement." of importance are to be discussed if This mansion was built for Mr. JNO. I). UA 1111 AfJIC, Swan,tho Clutrport, Ky. thawed myself at tho not acted upon. Mr. Bland 1b aggressive District Attorney under President After closing Ills meeting at Hopkins-vllle- , John Larcrst circulation of any srlentlda paper In tho I read tho hymn, tho venerable wife Owens-bor- o and will push his silver coinage bill with Quincy Adams, and subsequently the Rev. Mr. Jones went to LoufsYltle, St Louis & Texas R. R. Co, wond. Splendidly Illustrated. No intnllleonl became man should bo without. It. Wocklr, ft.'I.utl a his usual energy. and delivered two lectures in the tlio property and homo of Daniel Web- of him whom wo were to bury said was months. Address MIINN A riar IliOHl UOl llroadway, fiew 3STO. Vork CUy. one he had ho Senator Mcl'heraon, of New Jersoy.will ster. Mr. Corcoran, tho millionaire ihi. thosing when hooften said dio.desired them Temple threatre to crowded houses. to should for consideration a bill to suspend lanthropist, purchased tho Fearing to Ills subjects were "Get there" and "Stay pret-IT T8 A DIITY you own ynnrarirnml fhm-- r property in lo net tlio beat vnlun for our money. the purchases of silvor under the Sher- 184-- ', and by tho magnificence of his so- make a balk in raising tho tune, I simply there." Kronoinlcn In your fiiotwrnr by iiurcliiialiia TliklllK Ilfli'Ct W. I.. IIoubJok Hlinra, wlilcli rrprrarnt tho Clove-lau- d man law, and it is hinted that Mr. Several persons called on tho reverend avnt yrIuo for orlcra naked, na lliouiuuil. At 5s00 cial hospitality, mado its fame world read tho verses, and then, nftcr reading o'clek A. II. Wedniidar Jan. . '93 eM-n- r. tho lessons, I announced tho text, "0! gentleman at his rooms at the Rudd win will favor tho IJIand bill as a tem- wide. It is understood that Mr. Brico .00 porary choice of evils as against tho Sher- ha3 leased tho property for five.ycars, death, where is thy sting, oh ! grave House, among them being tlio Rev. Win, and Wtit lluunl 7Villni Km I Hound 7Vnin. 4.Q0A 42.50 where is thy victory?" Ac. Ac. Tlio F. Cashman, man law. a former lireckenridgo tho memories which hallow it will lend 51 52 M 52.00 61 is largely of catholics. Tho lads county boy. On being introduced to Mr. Of courso, Senator Washburn, of Min43.50 Mull . Mail A charm to his hospitality. f en uoics Kxpr lUpr's STATIONS ICxpr's ICspr'. nesota, expects to push his that had trudged out from among tho Cashman, Mr. Jones asked him if ho n Tho discussion of the qucr-tioof open$2.00 DiMy hills through that storm, stood and lis- uvct wuni on rieiiiu .Mr. uasiiiunn rebill, unless it shall appear that tho Sen-iit- n ing tho World's Fair on Sunday lull !My && 1 51.75 grows 42.25 0 30,nn 7 ISain Iv.l'n'n p't..u iflOpn-00 and tho country aro not ripe for tho somewhat animated, and appearances in- tened foran hour! What an opportunity! plied that ho often preached on credit. Fon 00YS ti 43 8(0 Kentucky St. 12 41 6.1 To return to town, riding along tho banks 810 Mr. Jones went from Owcnsboro to measure, in which caso ho may allow it dicate that sentiment in favor of 720 West I'nlnt 12 U 8 20 $1.75 Sunday 815 12 02pm 8 15 721 Howard jM..i'iyflfc. .. " .ft riw-jr.;to dio quietly. Hock llutcn 45 opening is predominant. Many liberal of tho Ohio, right across which tlio cut- Memphis, Tenn., and from there ho will 7i 000 Long llranih 11 :w in 8mj 9 0S 7Ki II 760 ting wind and tho pelting snow seemed come back into Kentucky ami wako up Tho Ulvor and Harbor bill, which has churchmen and 8 W 0 17 philanthropists are llramleiibur 7 It II 29 0'.11 (till as 14th and 15th amendments to climatic Paducnh nntl Bowling Green. becoino something of a National scandal, championing tho peoplo 11 19 Kkrun 7.1J through tho K 11) o:u (lUttllll 11 11 721 will, of course, receivo tho usual atten041 11(12 8'iS IrvlliKloii magazines and church papers. But we constitution of our experienced South, 711 8 37 962 10 63 Dr. Hale' Household Ointment Wtlister (167 taxes all my power of endurance. tion. "You vote for uiy plum and I will have a class of public men But I 1000 whoso aggres10 45 (144 Ml I.ndilitirtr Ib tlio finest remedy in tho world. It havo no horvo to lead, and the thought 10 8 vote for yours," is tho argumont. Tho sive piety gives no heed 8M 4() l'lerce 10.Vi CENfmiEN. to tho saving Simple 86'J 1013 1030 (1U fact that eight out of ten of tho FOR THE 2d SHOE Iff THE Stcphensport 10 23 0 27 that tho Sabbath was mado for man and that I had saved my colored brother a absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neu- THE DEST Hl'KOIAI.TIKH WORLDfootwear, MONEY. UOH 27 OTllKIt In 10 18 Addison 622 tramp of four miles through the storm, ralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like tnesamo njRli grade, and represent n money nro of 9 VI improvements aro nselets to commerce, not man for tho Sabbath. Most value 10.TO 0 conspicuHolt 1015 619 H.! and that my face waa homeward turned, magic. Cures salt rheum in tho most far beyond . the prlccschsruwl each thAt nitim Ami 0 30 1011 has no weight. Not oven an empty Treas- ous among these Christian Statesmen Clutcrport 1001 0 07 orlca aro stamped.. on noiininoi slino. " are tr Simps VX 1060 0S7 8 ft! ury will avail to check this evil until tho Sonators Quay, of Pennsylvania and that my little Florie had reached tho soothing manner. Cures inflamed aud 'lAlin nu nilllriTlTJJTK. 1100 . 1.. Duuulus, llrocUlou, filuaa. Bold by 017 Skillman 9 41 660 and 1111 '05S INwcsvlUe 9 33 6 40 peoplo aro educated to a higher plain of V lliiiiililiiton, of South Dakota. Thoy smilo and land of tho orange and was regaling her Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs nd I'orsaleliy llou-iuo10 Ki 1118 I'elrle 9 2t 6.12 political morality. When tho fountain say that tho Senate will "Papa da," as she calls him, with Ken- Colds. Can bo.takon internally. A posiClovorinrl, Ky, Kill 1121 I'ulcoti 9 20 6 2'. hike no stop 1129 C'ayce 10l 915 6 21 becomes pure the stream will bo pure. 11.1ft 10 I.ewisport 9 09 backward in tho Sunday opening ques- tucky nows, causes warmth of heart. Ici- tive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Brills-e6 14 11 1011 8 61 I'owrra 4 67 cles for on my forthcoming Inauguration excites tion, and people who are The and lashes and Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long stand-in12 07pm fiimllar with 10 M 8 37 I'ates 4 11 more local interest than anything elso at Pottigrow's long and mustache, and my nose, which is some 11 ml Corns ami bunions aro cured quickOwrnidoro 8 27 IZIO 4.15 successful careor as 1118 Matllnvly 8 13 what like Soloman's wife's nose "hkd ly; different from all else; superior to all present. Tho intervention of tho Demo- a missionary on tho Dakota During 1893 THE SUN will 1121 1227 (ir.ffitli 12.T2 8 0S lit frontier, says 11 2 2 an Stanley SOI cratic National Committee brought hartho towor of Lebanon which looketh to- else; it lias no equal. IMc. and COc. boxes. bo of surpassing oxcollonoo 113.1 il! that ho usually carries his point. 211 4 'A WorthliiKton 7W wards Damascus" proclaimed that my Urge size cheapest, Sold nt Short & mony to tho somowhat muddled local 12 M ltradk7 45 3 68 iHl 101 Tho Senators have an ablo helper in and will print moro news and lIMpm Spottsvllle 737 30 head was n fountain. I meet hut two Haynes' drug store. councils, and preparations for tho Fourth ono Rev. 1 hompson, of 11 tm 12M.IIU llasketts 4) Columbus, Ohio, moro puro litoraturo than 1220am I 23IMII r.Hcndcrs'n W 7 29 3 ItlPnin on tho road, and why is it that the greet of March now go on Hinothly under the who asserts 7 15m that "only tho disreputable ing of these is bbforo in its history. ovor management of Col. Jas. G. Uorret, ono desiro to open tho Fair on so pronouncedly genial in Sunday," But of tho oldest Democrats and most promi that saying is hard tho midst of the freeze and lury of tho CUSTER. on Bishop Potter and THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUJ storm ? A fellowship of suffering springs nent citizens of tho District of Columbia. other leading churchmen all ovor tho us to kindliness that pleasure in consort There is n tradition that Col. llerret country, who nro advocating Wm. H. Gilpin was in Louisville last (L. K. 3c 8T. I.. Ill Sunday was onco Mayor, when Washington had opening, tho meantime, if tho monoy never engenders. Theso samo men I hud week. In ( tho greatest Siimlny Nowspapcr In tlio beforo met, and their look was stolid and SHORTEST, Ql There is also a tradi- spent in Bonding petitions, pro and con, Miss Mattio Oliver Is attending Prof. indifTcrcnt. Now they look and bow tion that in 1801, ho was elected Mayor, could lmvo world. ANDJJKSTMNi been do voted to missionary Comer's school. but did not serve, his defeated Republi- work tho Chicago slums, much good brotherly. Homoagalnl "Why, husband, Price 5o. a copy. By mall, ?2 a yoar in Bhorifl" Rhodes was filling his first offE1 you aro frozen i" "Papa, aro you not can opponent, Richard Wallock, prefer- might have resulted. Dally,, by mall, - $G a year ' icial duties hero Friday. most dead V" ring to relievo him of that burden. AND AliM'Qi; Dkk. $8 a year A day has been consumed. A rido of Somo ono mado Mr. Lincoln beliovo-thaIsaac Pilo passed through hero Satur- Dally and Sunday, by mall, The family physician. Mrs. Helen It.Shalters Col. Borrot was disloyal and would 4 Walnut street, Heading, I'., stalest "Wc eight miles through a storm I've nover day en route to Louisvillo. ' Address THE SUN, greatly embarrass tho Government in its always uto Salvation Oil for what It Is recom- seen equaled, and an oxpcrlcnco of pen F. B. Lyons and John Cook wore in in Effect Jul, 31. 1892. d mended In place ofa physician. It never lalls." dant icicles from beard Now York. offorta to put down tho rebellion. So Mr. and Louisvillo all last week selling tobacco. rT. Louisville 8:05 a,m...9i2S n.m...4il. n.m and brows for tho first time, and a serLincoln winked, and Mr. Seward tapped ArrPt. Louis 7t2Q jim ,..0il5 a in PIERCE STATION. Mr. Sim Pickerill who has boon unablo mon of an hour. Tho peoplo were Evansvllle 1:20 his littlo boll, and Col. Borrot took a rest lOiOOp.rn to bo i it for sometime is convalescent. For further Information, call on or address Tho cold weather My goodness I won't st ranters, I'd nover mot, and tho man a in Fort L&.Fayctto, Boston Harbor. Mr. J. T. Sublott, of Plains, has' reR.A CAMPBELL, momborof tho Christian church, afllicted After tho "Wallock rcgimo was put into it nover cease. Oen'l I'ass. Ag't, Kvansvllle, Iml. for years. "As I mused tho flro burned," turned from half n year's visit to Arkansmooth working ordor Col. Borrot was alTho health of this neighborhood is sas. J. B CAMPBELL, lowed to return to Washington, and ru- gonorally good at this writing. and when I could talk, I Bald: "It's nothing new wlien we state that II nays to rnjrare I). P. A. I.oolsvllls.Ky Frank Gottbrath, tho groccryman was In a mor said that tho President offered him a most healthy and pleasant Gwl. Mr. George Compton spent part of lost worth mora than all I've stifle red to havo O fur every day's nut, Is commission in tho military servico,which week at Webster, an opportunity to talk to people as absorb- hero Friday selling handsome bills to our Nucli that returns a profitoffer the wcrkliir work. St., ty Ticket Offlee, 8. W. Cor. Third A Main the business we class. Louisville, Ky. visiting his brother. He teach them how to niuke incur) rnplilly, and merchants. ed witlt tho Word as were tioso y ho declined. Col. Beirut's tormentors aro euarautte ercry one who follows our liutruciloni Misses Efllo and Mattio French spent especially tho q. lads 1" all long Blnco dead, whilo ho still lives, Tho Skagga brothers treated ua toBomo faithfully the maklnj of at.10O.00 n month, l.rery mio who takes hold now and works will rich and happy, and sorcthing of a so- last Sunday at Mr. J. J. Whltworth'a. excellent music Thursday, when thiyr all surely and speedily Incrrase their eumltijrsj there Mr. Clint Beauchamp Is stopping a few can he tionuestlou about It, olhrrs now at work Chamberlain A Co., Des Moines, Jowa, happened to bo in town with Hettdqunrlnri for cial prince in a very aristocratic circlo their are uuinjr .aim you, rrauer, cnii uo inc same. This Is lie best paying bushiest that ynu havo tho genuine bluo-blooof tho District. days with Mr. J. W. Beauchamp, near desire to inform tho public that thoy aro ever iibii the chanco to secure You will make a manufacturers of tho most successful preTho recent death of Senator Gibson, hero. eintitake If you fall lo jclve It a trial at once Mrs. Jesso Pool, of Allon, Texas,- - after hat of Louisiana, removes ono who has for Mr. John W. Bcauclmmp spent a day paration; colds has yet been produced for a visit of several weeks, returned homo will directly And yourself In inject quickly, ) oil J..TH r"fP " iiuanon, a must prosperous coughs, ahd croup. will loosen Grub Drill, Cetnont, Mich many years been ono of tho most popu- or two last wqok with, his brother near and relievo a severe cold It 1cm timo last week accompanied by her brother, business, at which you can surely uiskg and sae in I arte sums or money. me rrssitsot omyarew lean Plaater, finlt, Llmo, Coal Oil lar and pleasing figure in our national Ulifton Mills. than any othtff trcatuiont. Tlio article Vch Oliver. hours'. work will often rqiial week' waxes. wiicuieryou areoldor vounjr, tf an or woman, II to is Chamberlain's Cough Remeby tho Barrol. Plaatr-- Hair, life. A scholar of wido attainments, with Miss Pearl Beauchamp opont last .referred is AHjedlciho makes no difference, do as wo tll you, rod sue. Prof. J. D, Morgan, of Hudson, that It cess win a mind and manner which added charm Thursday at hor undo, John Compton's, dy. popularity on jtu meritshas won fam'u very satisfactory ledgerdemain gavo n experiencemeet you at the very llart. Krllli ir & and and ono that or capital necessary. Tiioso who work exhibito Ids life, and natural abilities of a high Willi Jena and Annio. for us nre rowanleil. Why not write can to dcpondeil upon. If; is tho only tion at tho City Hull Tuosday night, Tho full particulars, Irea 1 15. 0. A LI.KN Atoday lor Brick, Plow Handle:, Pino Flooring ai. CO., knoWn remeily that proventrou cpw.lfi ordor made him conspicuous in public Mr. Amos Whitworth resigned his llox So. 4UO, Augusta, 31a ways Jiept on hand. It must bo tried to bo appreciated. It is old favorite, Punch and Judy, was much Orders acand private lifo, and his death causes at with John Compton last week. nut up in 25c. and 60c, and $1 bottles. improved and old folks and children companied bj cash prompt leaat a temporary void. For sale by A. It, Fisher; Will Robertson takes his place. alike enjoyed it, 1 tiled. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY Baking Powder REV. SAM JONES WEEKLY HERALD, ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR! Unhappy Marriages Aro chiefly duo (according to Johnnthnn Swift) to th fnct Unit "voungladics spend their time in milking NETS not in making GAG KS." "hand-writin- ABSOLUTELY PURE The Presidential Inaugural WORLDS FAIR. CI.-iigo- tho fair roador of thoso linos has mudo her cage however, and soourod hor mato, it will fail of perfect success unless it is properly clothed. PRIZES EACifWEEK Therefore, v cr Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Ties Underwear, otc should bo purchased of us. WHY? Ucciuisc wo know your in ndvanco, having boon through hundreds of sucl. expurienccfl in our timo and are prepared to HiiliHfy every one of them. You take no chances when you buy of us. do-HiriH clam-sala- d PREMIUM SUBSOBIBE NOW. BANK Our Intorosts aro Yours. knee-dee- p BABBAGE'S Cor. Wall & Elm Sts., CLOVERPORT, KY. GO TO HAHDI1TSSUEG DooM-Ta-I- 1 C. W. STONE'S STORE .' 1 1 ed WASHINGTON NEWS. Ten miles South of Cloverport on thoBowliug; Groon road, and got Men's Itout.i at Hoys Hoots nt Pliuwls 7t to C5 to l.&0 till " .01) uj-o- to Prints 35 " Men' shirts " Other things cheap. Wilt exchange Rood, for lnitter, i'k'(?, feathers, hides, drlod fruit, chickens, clo. C. W. STONB " to t.. 50 to fi 50 5 rts. " " back-slider- lyI'll wi pi a you ) . e, 1 snon of lji'cr nutl rentH nt to IliinliiTBwiatiicall on It. K. MatttiiKly for tlio best, wiiu-t- f anil liiinni. unci i all for Ti R.)i..MATTIN6LY'S, HARDINSBUnG, KY. JJ)"kjlTnAD Z g. LilMiLLE illET II Y llEHTI! al FUHNISIIKO rs Len. G. Herndon & Co., General Produco and Commission Merchants and General Storage. s TIME SCHEDULE 20. H. W. HERNDON, Manager. ltellahto nnd prompt. Cash with every bo count sale. Consignments solicited. I.OIIISVII.T.K. KY., Jan. 17, 1802. Shippers should mirk all packages plainly, with shipper's numo and address. 11 IT TT Kit. 1(1 Chnlre, country 8 Medium 11 ($ 12J( Cnmmun ,. 10 Gl 11 Creumcry at) ... 21 post-oth'c- o ?5.00r3 A .. anti-Optio- nrtnWfczMVl gifo 42.00lS!i Kiil W 1 KtlOH. Froili Old lieu , W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE r per Hi llnosteri Springers Turkeys lite Turkeys drtSiud i.or Mixed Old rouiniY. M 27 2 (0 t.i 2 70 3 to 4 (1 to K II Prime, whlto goeje 1, PKATIIl'ltS. .... ... IIIHKS. , 0 13 48 2b du .15 '.'i 0 34 1 No. 111 duck " Z&GjHO . Pet-tigro- Oreon, pixiil, Dry Hall, good Dry tllnt, pK.il Hheeu skins,. Tuli-wahr- h .... .10 .' (a) .13 WOOL. is (s bo s, eye-bro- g, fo ,Mm 62-- (Iienic, flue Urease, course Merino Hurry and C.ts Wo ijuoto .... 25 (5 25 20 (u) 21 IIAY.IHUI.V, u 03 156$ la 18 - whiirft No, 2 oats KKKI). irlcej to day on Loulivlllq city OATS. 1 . The Sunday Sun St. Louis, t West and Soutl Timo-Car- oye-lash- 12 Vi 42 1 IS IlariHnsburp; WE TELL YOU 130 Jolly 148 niendcane IftS Delimiter 2 Mpm ar 1'allsItoiiKhIv 260 iiocKvaie 302 Iluth 314 A skins 8 21) jira 7M 715 7M ft 44 0 31 (114am SM 400pm ArKordstillel.v 4Saiii Oaks 6 21 6 00 Ja to-da- ftRETftnnv Fa-tilli- nn Reapers and Mowers, r Pine Poplar Shingles -- po-aiti- THE BRKGKENRIDGK NEWS, GLOYERPORT, Breckenridge News. w kdn ia da y, j a n u a ky i s, i wta LOCAL KY, nsMRmffiPs. XAmiTmttmm!MKyE&. en 11 lervinni Cut prices nl W. II. Bowiner A good A Son's. work mare, In foal, nt K. Ves- BREVITIES. Free ferriaj.'O now. Mr Fella went to Tell City Monday. A now Emplro Drill nt K. Vessels' sale. Attend K. mlenl Khodulin, s January 2SH'. k was Mr. F. J. Jnrlxx', of in tlio city Salunluy. Wntch for Unbbagu'fl spring lino of genta furnishing goods. Itcmcmbcr that Habbage is tlio for GenU furnishing goods. J. M. Hell went to Owensboro Monday on a cigar drumming expedition. Dr. P. 8. AVatkins lias been appointed Surgeon for the h , St L. & T. K. H. -t Messrs. Louis Soinmera and J. K. If your corns but why have you of Louisville, were in tho city cornless shoes. ? Try Sulr-cr'corns of thcin Saturday. Every cloak below cost, all A $5 goltl pieco to tho person guessing great bargains at V. II. How iner A Son's. brings at K. K. A. Urashear, of Stephensport, was nearest to what the Jack Vi ssels' sale. in tho city one day last week on busiMiss Winnie Harris, who has been ness. sick, is able to resume her work again as Mrs. George Kurtz, of Webster, who has been very ill for some time, is im- cashier at Sulzer's. Mr. F. M. Polk, tho famous Perry proving. , of Tobinsport, Intl., Sulzer's have overcoats that button up county nursery-manwas in the city yesterday. tight all day without staggering you ot Our immense line of flannel shifts the price. must bo closed out at onco, regardless 's Did you sec that lino of alipjiera are selling for hut como prices of price at IJowmer A Son's. The best time to buy is when goods will surprise you. Sulzer's are Mr. Courtney V. Duncan came home are sold to close out stock. rushing winter wears now. from Louisvillt) lost week sick. He has n Mr. Henny and family moved to rlieurnatifiin in his arms. Mr. IUIph Nutting, tho young copperMonday. Their household goods of Hock Lick, was Mr. J. Scott Morton, smith and cornetist, left Monday night in the city last week and renewed his were conveyed across the river on sleds. for Grand Ilnpids, Michigan, ids old Mrs. Lewis Kortln has moved to tho homo, Ho leaves many admiring frientls subscription to this paper. city ami is now occupying departments here who wish him tho best of success Hilly Solhrig, of Derby, was in the city Sunday. Hilly nays that this is not the in the Nkwh building with her sister, wherever ho may go. Mr. Nutting is a Mrs. Hates. genial, clever gentleman, a splendid best of weather to drift ties in. Driving iu a driving snow storm isn't mechanicand a musician of acknowledged L. Newsom, Judge J. A. Murray Dr. It. driving into Sulzer's now abilities.. As tho teacher and leader of A. II. Skillman ami W. I. Katnwy, went' half as slick as during these driving "closing out" the Mechanics' Band here, ho has perto Hardinshurg Monday, via the Texas. bargain days. fected one of the nest bands in this sec Mr. Henry H. I It ad, tho IT. S. Life Sunday morning the thermometer regis- tion of tlio coiintry. For more than two in Insurance man, of Iouisille, arrived Cloverjort; years ho bos played tho cornet in tho tho city Monday and will remain several tered 14 degrees below zero in Methodist church, Monday morning it was 10, and Tuesday choir atjtlio Elm-stredays. nnd tho clear sweet strains of his instrumorning it was 0. The residents of the shnnty bonis in bo greatly missed in this conMrs. John Able, of Henderson, who ment will the mouth of the creek have cut the ice visiting her sister Mrs. Kdgar nection. But aside from these beneficial from around them and dravwi them out hos been Martin for a couple of weeks, returned accomplishments, he is tho kind of man on shore. that no town can lose without exjcricnc- home last week. Our underwear must bo sold to make ing a noticeable loss. Ho has a heart in People living on low lands had better room for spring goods. Come and take him, which, whon compared with others, make preparations to battle n Hood for is large" enough for several men ndvuntugti of the cut price. W. II. How-inhis size. there are all indications that wo will havo He always has n pleasant smile and & Son's. it when this ice breaks up. cheerful word for every ono ho meets, A man once observed that it cost more We are preparing to get out an excel-- 1 and ho hai so endeared himself in tho to keep up appearant'0 than it did to sup'lit catalogue of our spring stock. It hearts of the Clovcrpott people that port tho family. Tins in true if you buy will contain every article that we carry there is much regret at his departure. your provisions of Sulzer. in the furnishing line. Habbage. Tho American Fnglo mut boa gray Mm. WillUm Murden, 197 Third ttrcct, Alba, We are often deceived in tho ago of ny, N.V., old bird he is bald. If you don't want k'c " "ie meed r praise, i eop1e having beautiful and luxuriant 'I have utcd Dr. null'. Cough Syrup and and to bo bald, use Hall's Hair hair, not knowing that they use Hall's find It hai no equal. No family should be withyou won't le. Try it. Hair llenewerto keep gray hairs away. out it." There will lo a grand old popping and Mr. A. J. Hess, Grand Dictator, grinding when this ice begins to move. It BXaj. every tiling in it way from a Knights of Honor of tho State of Kenwill crush tucky, uas iu the city Sunday internet-iusteamer. skill" to an iron-clathe new lodge hero in their now Tho chances are that we will have a Tho Great Kentucky Poot, Treats work. flood when tho freeze breaks up. The Cloverport to One of His imWo are compelled to close out our Snow in tho mountains averages from of winter goods. Wo would mense stock Matchless Entertainlive to ten feet deep on a level. be pleased to havo you como and see one ments. of I'eoplo have piles, but I'iles of the best equipped lines of furnishing Witcli Hozul Salvo will cure goods in the city. Habbage. them. Short it Haynes, Clovcrjiort, and James (illlilantl had a large rock to fall Heard A Heeler, Hardinshurg, Ky. on him iu the Victoria mines last Friday A Flow of Pootry Two Hours Long Messrs. Court Ing and John Cully atid was considerably crushed. He was is! Listened at With Rapturwho have been spending a few days in fastened for two hours before he was rethis city on business matters of interest, leased. Dr. Wat kins attended him. ous Attention. have returned to their homo in Iiuis-villSuccess in ever) thing depends largely upon good health. Do Witt's Little KarSweet breath, sweet stomach, rweet ly Itiscrs are little health producing pills Luncheon At Judgo Murray'. temper, all result from the usoof Do Witt's Seo the jKiint? Then take an "Karly Little Karly Itiscrs, tho famous little pills. Iliser." Short A Haynes, Clovcrport, and Short A Haynes, Cloverort; and lleartl Heard A Heeler, Hardinshurg, Ky. & Heeler, Hardinshurg. Maj. Henry T. Stanton, tho great Os Holder, Henry Yeager, Fred May Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoytl and baby, anil Fther Hall skated to Hawesvillo Kentucky oet laureate, gave ono of his of IiOtiisvillc, are expected hero Saturday Monday. They rejKirt the Ico good and poetic and literary entertainments in tho to visit relatives and friends. It is said say that tho people of Caunelton, Tell Presbyterian church last Wednesday that Frank is several inches taller than City and Hawesvillo are having great night to a largo nnd appreciative audiwhen he lust visited Clovcrport. ence. The entertainment consisted of SK)rt. Mr. Anion Kincheloe, tho clever and reciting selections from his Nothing so distressing oh a hacking reading and accomodating little salesman, who bus with a short historcough. Nothing so foolish as to sutler own works, together been staying in Hahbago's genu) furnishical description of the circumstances unit. Nothingso dangerous if allowed during tho holidays, from ing and hook-storwere written. to continue. One Minute Cough Cure der which they loft Monday for his homo in Hardinshurg Some of tho pieces recited aro "Tho gives immciliattt relief. Short A Haynes Small in size, great in results: Do Witt's Cloverjwrt, anil Heard A Heeler, Hurdiis-bur- Peter Bird," "Sweet Heart" "Drawing It Fine," "Jim and John," "Tho MoneyLittle Karly Itiscrs. Host pills for Consti-pilloKy. less Man," etc. for Sick Headache, best for best Coasting and skating still continue to Many of Mr. Stanton's hearers were Sour Stomach. They never gripe. Short bo tho occupations of the pleasure loving familiar with his poeuis, but they never & Haynes, Cloverport, and Heard A Heelyouths and children. Patton's lake, the know' the full sentiment they contained er, Hardinshurg, Ky. riv-r- , tho creek and Kim street down until they heard tho explanation an to Hurl Heard, of Hardinsburg, wish B Mr. tho hill by the Habtlst church are the their orgln and what the author intendto statu that Madam Humor is inistuk-a.".wlifavorite resorts, For more than two ed to illustrate. wm hhv JJ'gj lie contemplates fi- - ... .T ... 11 -- . rVinltii.it nil ttviuirti.nn.ittf.ilti. hours, which seemed as only a fow min".....,..,,....,.........,.,.., utes, tho sweet singer from , has opened n gun shop in Witt A poured forth n flow of it blacksmith and wagon shop, of tho iron bridge. Mr. Coomes poetic eloquence that seemed to lay bare in all kinds of light or fancy his very soul to IiIb hearers. It was such ico his ad. inauothercoluinn. a treat as only comes one's way occasSkillman says that ho moved ionally iu a lifetime. Whllo there aro t in 1857. That winter was probably many better elocutionists than tho river cloning up about Maj. Stanton, there is not a man or tnd remaining closed until woman living that can repeat Stanton's The town got out of provis- - tvoelry like ho can. He actualy feels most cVfjrv kind. Flour was tho sentiment, while others only act it. After tho entertainment Judgo and -- tiled from Clifton 'Mills and cost $14 not f ir tho railroad Mrs. J. A. Murray gavo a luncheon to a barrel. Were it now the town would bo iu'vjmuchtho the Major nnd a few friends at their residence ill this city.- - Those present same condition its then. charge of were Major Stanton, Dr. J. 11. Cottrell, Mr. Gus Gibson has taken Travelers may learn a lesson froni Mr. tho Hassett Hotel but Mrs. Hassett is C. I). Cone, a promlnut attorney, of flnr-ke- r, W: II, Bowmcr, Geo. 0. Patton, Dr. Smi(h and V. G. Habbage, of the Nkwh. still running it for him. Their son is so Dakota, who says: "I never leavbJ sick at Sample that it requires" tho entire attention of Mr. and Mrs. Gibson at his homo without taking a bottle of ChamDo You Know bedside. berlain's Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhtea largo percentage of deaths in this Juko Luseli, of Indiana, had his ears Itemeday with me, and on many occafrozen Sunday morning while walking sions have ran with it to the relief of countzy are causeu uy consumption anu across tho rivor to this city. Till Groves some suitor and have never known it to lung trouble? A little cold neglected in prescribed as a euro that ho walk back the beginning often terminates in consaiu.by A. It. Fisher. uud freeze them again, and that would fail." For sumption Kvory time you cough you make them well. Tho river, though frozen, continues to increase tlo trouble, and an inflammation be a thoroughfare. Streams of people Mr. Samuel Heavin rodo from stiffed, which is dillkult to conto Clovertxirt, last Sunday, a dis- uro continually passing too and fro across is Boon tance of eleven miles. At no time dur- it. Saturday there was n small bunch of trol. Tbelfc is one remedy that cures oflry kind of a cough. That is ing the rhlu was the therinotnetor alwvn from Indiana for ship- quickly zero, but Mr. Heavin said that ho did hogs driven over Dr, Hnlo'rWousohold Cough Cure. It is ment on the Texas, and last Monday not get uncomfortably colli. tlio hcst.fflro you not entitled to the Chas. lingers, of Hay there was still a larger lot driven over, best? FoVsalo at 25c. and 60c. a bottle For instance, Mra. City, Mich., accidently spilled sodding Till Groves was the llrst man to venture nt Short m Haynes drugstore. water over her little boy. She promptly over with a team. Last Saturday evenapplied Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, ing lie brought a mule and a sled-loaof giving Instant relief. It's a wonderfully grain For Bant or Sale over, and since that time horses good salvo for burns, bruises, sores, and and slods make frequent trips, bringing Btorthoui In Wbittr, barn and warbiui piles. Short & Haynes a Bure euro for over and taking merchandise ttaobtd, Will rant or ill on farorabU Clovernort and Beard. Booler, Hardlnu Sroduco M. LYDDAN, Wtbittr, Ky, Urmi, blood-cleansing s Fill-zcrCan-neltoer t: sels' sale. It. A. Smith, of Stephensport, was In tho city Saturday. Walker Hoard, of Holt, was in the city Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr. C. Downs, of Harncd Station, was in the city arl Wednesday. Take advantage of Habbagi-'- s ten jcr cent, discount, on all winter goods. Live slock, farm implements and household goods nt K. Vtsst Is sale. A largo lino of clothing marked down below cost at W. H. Bowmcr A Son's. Miss Kate Hoyd, who has been qulto sick for a while, is now convalescent. qualities of Ayer's Tho Sarsparilla the best blood medicine. John Warfleld and Waller Haynes spent several days last week in Hawcs-vill- e, Hendncho is tho direct result of Indigestion and stomach disorders. Remedy these by using Do Witt's Little Early Itiscrs, and your headache disanears. Tho favorite littlo pills everywhere. Short A Haynes, Clovcrport, and Beard A Beelcr, Hardinshurg, Ky. Mayor Lightfoot is looking after tl o poor and needy of tho city. It lias tcen necessary in only ono or two instances to supply coal and food. The Mayor is determined that no ono shall stiller for fuel or food during this unprecedented cold weather. If any ono knows of cams of want or suffering they should reort tho same to the Mayor and their wants will bo supplied. Tho catching way in which Sulzer's advertisements are gotten up, r- - fleets much credit upon Mr. Nolle, the efficient manager of that large establishment. Mr. Nollo's ads, are always witty and wise and we know persons who read them for the humor they contain, then of course they know what bargains Julius has wished to call their attention to. With Julius NolU) to originate and write ads., nnd Jul. Gregory to decorato always have something now to attract tho attention of tho public. Mr, John Sotnmers, whllo walking up tho railroad to tho Acmo Brick Works last Saturday morning, fell through a cattle guard and injured hinuo'f severely. The cap of the right kneo .was knocked up and ho was bruised and injured in the breast. Wiat made the fall more severe than it otherwise might have been, (was that Mr. Sommers had his hands in his pockets and had no chance to protect himself or break the fall. He is now at tho Cloverport Hotel in care of Dr's. Simons and Lightfoot. in WE WILL NOT Oarry over a garment of this .wwwwyj Winter's stock of Louisvillo-mad- e Clothing if low prices will soil it off. r WOr THE a pieco, ho TRAMP ;.? Jki i Down South who wanted to go to Louisville free, was so hard up that, if SUITS were selling for a cent Our s t o c ng has shown us that we have too many Men's Suits and Overcoats on hand. A long Winter is before us. Now is your chance for COULDN'T BUY THE ARM-HOL- E OF A COAT, Induced our friend John to givo him a suit. John arrived in Cloverport and came right over to our bar gains. CLOSING OUT SALE JULIUS WINTER & "OLD RELIABLE" CLOTHIERS, Cor. Third and Market CO., OF WINTER WEARS And said he really made money by his generosity he bought a now suit for less than his old one cost. Streets. LOUISVILLE, KY. V HARDINSBTJRG- - WE RE HERE FOR BUSINESS. NORMAL INSTITUTE! Winter Term of eight weeks opens Monday, Jan. 23, 1893. Spring Term of eight weeks opens Monday, March 20, 1893. Summer Term of eight weeks opens Monday, May 15, 1893. TUITION PEES PER TERM. SULZER'S, CLOVERPORT, KY. Common Branches, in advance " Higher Branches, " Primary Course Music BOARD. ijj I I ... . . -. . $6.00. $7.50. $4.00. $8.00. --- I flj ) In private families from 82.25 to 82.50 per week. Tho last eight weeks will ho devoted to Teachers, who wish to he examined. Out of fifty pupils examined from this Bchool last summer, but three failed Location healthy, people plain, intelligent and refined. Faculty first class. Apply toj ONLY A few more on hand is what we have to say. about our stock of B. P. SHACKLETT. Prin. 5jCS - iSSS4PS5D - Henry T. Stanton, g d . Uniises, Sores, Ulccrs.Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains At Hnrdltiabitrir, Ky., CornB and all Skin Eruptions", and posiAt thecloie of luslneri Dee. 31it, 1892. tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, KKSOUECM. l'rico 25 cents per Notei and Will or money refunded, discounted $105,3A4 81 For sale by Short & Haynes, Ilnnklng bouie and lot box. 3,SV7 SO druggist. Fixturei and furniture 1,478 59 Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tlio Best Salvo in the world for Cuts, SS S!5es - HARDINSHURG, KY. Statement of the Condition of the Bank of Hardinshurg Overcoats Our close prices is the cause of it, and we are still making the same big reduction in prices, De-Wit- If the News Had a Million Dollars. would build electric light workB. It A good system of water works. Due from other bank Caih on band 2(1,262 09 9,860 07 69 Total, LUBIMTIfS. $146,563 It would pave nt least ono street with vitrified brick. It would build a handsomo hotel, furnish it complete with all the modern improvements and make Mib. Temple matron of It. It would add $50,000 more capital to the Cloverport Urick Plant and mako F. J. Ferry manager, nnd iu bIx months ho would declare n 10 per cent, dlviden to the stockholders. It would build two turnpike roads of ten miles each, ono to Tlioa. O'llyan'a on tho Bowling Green road and ono to PatcBvilto and make them free to the public. It would build an opera houso. It would put down at least two more gas wolls in tho Second Ward nnd let tho consumers burn gas all day and all night too, without extra charge. It would build tho now Presbyterian church and donate it to tho energetic little flock that are now struggling so hard to build it. It would finish tho tower to tho Baptist church and tear down that Methodist barn and build them tho handsomest edifice in the city. It would raiso tho iron bridgo eight sufficient feet and widen tho walk-way- s so that two peoplo could pass conveniently without dodging into tho roadway. It would build a Btreet car lino from tho brick works to the machine shops. It would 'build Mm. News a somo dwelling with all tho modern attachments which sho so much desires and satisfy her hobby ulong that lino. Wo would displace our old country Campbell with a now Perfecting Press and print tho handsomest daily and weekly paper in the state and work just aa hard as no do now. Wo could do nil these things nnd then have a very comfortablo balance iu our favor in tho Ureckenrldgo Bank. Capital itock Duo deMiiltor Dirldend No. 3 Duo July Ut 4 $ 25,000 00 115,081 57 1,000 00 6,479 12 percent. Undivided profile e. Total, $146,563 69 I, M. II. Heard, Caihler of the abore named bank, do ioletnnly ewear that the above elite- me'it Ie true to the best of my knowledge and belief. M. II. IJKAHD, Caibler. Subicrlbed and iworn to before me thli. the Slit day of Deo 1892. J HO. P. lIlBWXLL, Notarj I'ubllo. THEY MUST GO. Our Fall andWinter Goods of all kinds are ' in the same road to be shoved out at ' . ST.A.TIEII&EIEJnsri' Or the Condition of the Breckinridge Bank, AT CLOVERPORT, KY. your price, We are making room for Spring Stock. If you want a Suit of Clothes, now is the time to buy it. A t At the cloie of builnen Deo. 31, 1892. e Notn and bills dlio't'd AISKTS. g, n, Dank fixture and furniture Uanklng houie and lot Euipended debt $170,756 2,672 3,335 73 72 25 14 61 B.F. BEARD & CO., Hardinshurg, Ky. Orerdrafti Caih on hand $26,622 50 Dondt 26,881 04 Due from Banki 43,662 97 Total, Capital stock Hurplui fund Undivided proflti Fund to pay lixei Dividend Mo. 37, 4 per cent. declared tbii day, Depoilti 39i) 23 97,169 61 $274,297 36 Miniums, $ 45,100 00 25,000 00 4,891 09 300 00 ,801 00 197,202 27 $274,297 36 Frankfort-on-tlio-Keiituck- y, Totil, I, A. U. Skillman, Caibler of the abore named bank do tolemnly iwear that the abovo titemett li true to the belt of my knowledge and belief. A, U. SKILLMAN, Caibler. Subicrlbed and iworn to before toe, thli, the 2d day of Jauuiry, 1893. 3, D. UmcaokT, N. V. B. O. Notice. To first-clas- 10,060 YARDS OF Mc-Qua- d burg, Ky I have just fitted up and opened n saloon at tho old Martin stand, cast end of iron bridge, and will keep constantly on hand tho finest old whiskeys, brandies, wines, cordials, cigars and tobacco, etc. Specimen Cases. Call and seo mo. ltespcctfully, S. II. Clifford, Now Cossol, Wis., Mas B, BlfAVIN. troubled with Neuralgia and Ilheumatisui Cloverport, Ky. his stomach was disordered, his Liver w as affected to au alarming degree, appetite fell away, and lie was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three botljes of Elec Pimples, Boils, j tric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, llarrisbtirg, III, bad a running soro on his leg of eight years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric IN FACT. Hitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's ArtTs" y.. I linvn t..u. .("It IiIaatI 1if I. I7mn.il nica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. t miwlo I'int rrmnrl nM. John Speaker, Catawba, 0., had flvo t larnuMlv Z.M93IT--br 1U7S3VZJ BL0C3 CtAJaax. i.ttoii.8r. ( bcroluus Yiiutlnir, tut Vtn eiiMr cum Ernnlli'n, Kryslptlu, large Fever sores on his leg, doctors said Duaso, vltAt divfir, and rrery indjr it Ion of i ipovrr-UIihe was incurable. Ono bottlo Electric bloid. Br. UsiHj'l Ileea Chnch It tho Bitters and ono box Bucklen's A mica rustody that onu nlway Im retlod upon. Salvo cured hlra entirely. Sold by Short THE SELLERS MEDICINE CO. x Hayuw Drug store, , j . i i i e i i s tiik Puiimo: Tobaeeo Canvas Call and get your supply now. This is something every Tobacco raiser must have. Experience has proven that th3 healthiest and best plants are grown in canvased beds. We can supply you. Call and see us. . ijpt wA WITT "t & MEAD0H, JIAttDINSBURG, KY, 6 THR BR&GKRNRIDGR they will bo on hand and most likely several parties from this place. Hardinsburg has resisted tlio collection of WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 181)3. the tax for the post two years, and the L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOIXO WIST. result was tho matter was put in the NO D. A VIKGlt. G. BAUUAGK, Kdltors nI PMienger Dally rr. Hardlniburg..l2:J2 p.m. Federal Court There it may soon be rroprictort. aoiiio (1st. determined whether wo shall or shall Passenger Daily rr. Hardinsburg.. 7:S0 .m not pay tho $60,000 claimed. It is reIi., SI. li. tc T. Local Timo Curd..m. ported that Messrs. Knott nnd Edlen, 10.01 Matl and Kxpreu going East Mrs. Roseoo Eskridgo is quite ill. tho attornoys, feel so sure that they can H -- 10.41 a.m. West ii ii S.5T p.m. " East Mr. Frank Tie ft" is at home on a visit. defeat tho wholo matter that they con Kxprew West - 9.45 p.m. S' Tako your produce to Hardin & Brown. tracted for a contingent fee of $15,000. 11.19 .m. Kwt Mei. freight At this timo nearly tho full amount has -- 10.05 a.tn. ii Weit ii Buy your groceries from Hardin & been guaranted by private NRS, GLOYRRPORT, KY, WHAT 18 PRESBYTERIANISM! Breckenridge News. HAROINSBURG DEPARTMENT. SIROCCO. 1). It. I lay lies visited his Gth hist. mother the Will nor, tlio first In twenty yenra. Illinois now has a Democratic Gover- Wiikn ho is inaugurated noxt March, Mr. Cleveland will lack but a few days years old. of being fifty-six x persons law in different vera hung by lynch parts of the- United States in 1802. Two hundred and - thirty-si- Tub Rov. Sam. Jones lias announced that ho will return to Owensboro in the near futuro and hold a scries of meetings. Thk death of Senator Konna, of West Virginia, last week, removes ono of tho most vnluablo men in the Democratic party. Invitations havo been sent out from Washington to tho Governors of all the states, inviting them to bo present at tho inauguration ceremonies. TiieIIouso Committco on territories has favorably considered tho bill to givo Utah statehood, and will report it back to tlio Houso in tho near future. rRKsiDKNT elect Cleveland has left Now York for Lakowood, N. J., where ho will remain until a special train convoys him to Washington for his inauguration. gono. to Lake-woo- d Tho doto join Mrs. Cleveland. mestic situation, it is said, is bucIi Hint Grover may bo hustled out most any cold night after a doctor. GnovKn Cleveland has Uditcd States Senator is up in earnest at Frankfort. There are about ten prospective candidates to succeed Mr. Carlisle, but it is not known who takes tho lead. The raco for coming Gen. Benjamin F. llutler, lawyer, statesman, politician and millionaire died at his homo in manufacturer, Washington, D. C, lost Wednesday morning. His death removes a conspicuous figure from among the national men of this country. Mil. Junius 1). Alexander died in Now York last week. He formerly lived in this county when at an early ago. He has numerous relatives and friends living near Bowleyville, somo of whom nmember him when ho resided here. Ho was 70 years of ago. It is reported that a syndicate of Maine and Massachusetts men havo been formed with a capital stock of $SO,000,000 for tho purposo of controlling tho lumber business oi tho United States. Tho syndicate- is said to havo purchased thousands of acres of land in this State. Now that Owensboro is beginning to look around for a ball team for next season, wo whisper to our next door neighbor that it might bo possible for Owensboro to hire a wholo team of ''Hill Billies" out of Breckenridge county, who will havo timo to play somo ball after tho "craps" aro set and under way. Gov. Brown, Proctor Knott, Wm. Lindsay and Gen. Buckncr called on President elect Cleveland last week. Their mission was not known, but it is supposed thoy were looking nfter tho interest of Bomo prominent Kontuckian who wants something after tho 4th of March. ox-Go- WiiirriiEit Mr. Cleveland has determined to call an extra session of Congress is not yet known, but it is believed that ho would do so if ho could bo assured in advanco that tho session would bo short and nothing would bo attempt ed excopt to initiato-mcasurc- s of Turin" Reform. Maj. Henry T. Stanton was highly pleased with his trip to this city last weok. Returning to Louisville on the train tho day nfter his arrival, ho spoko in very complimentary terms of our people, tho kind reception given him and tho courtesies shown him whilo hero. Ho said ho had heard much of Clovornort and from what ho learned during his short stay here, our citizons had reason to bo proud of tlio steady growth tho town had mndo recently. For tho first timo within tlio history of tlio 6tato of Kansas the government has passed out of tho hands of tho Tho now Btato Republican party. officers inaugurated last Monday aro all Populists and now there is not a Republican stato officer in tho Btato, Dcn't you suppose the Republicans over there havo an aching void about tho region of tho stomach and wear rather a dispeptic look. It is no wonder that saloons arc being licensed in Kansas, for tho outs will havo to havo a largo quantity of booze in which to drown their sorrow. In his decision in tho Eliza1cthtown Local Option case last Saturday, Judgo McBcath held that tho law under which tho voto was taken in Ellzabothtown on the 10th of lost Dcccmbor, was constitutional, and as the town went "wet," tho Board of Trustees of said town has the exclusive right to grant license to boII spirituous and mult liquors in said town. Before the license are issued the applicant must deposit the State tax with tho County Court Clerk and he must recei vo it. Tills is directly opposite to tlio opinion of Judge Little in the Hawesvillo esse, hlcu k a parallel one. Brown. Buy your sugar and coffee from Hardin fe Brown. Junius Brown returned from tho Indian Territory last week. Mr. Frank Adkisson's littlo child has been quite sick during tho week. Marshal Beard says ho will not put in his resignation ns city marshal. Thero was only ono marriage license issued by tho County Clerk last week. Tho thermometer registered eight degress below zoro hero last Sunday morning. Tlio youtlia of Hardinsburg aro having fino times coasting on tlio hill sides near town. Mr. Elisha Richardson was hero last week rcprescntlng'his firm in tlio clothing trade. MrB. Edgar Bennett was hero Monday looking after tho interest of her deceased husband's estate. Mr. and Mrs. Frank I Ins we II celebrate their wooden wedding at their residence Thursday, tho 10th. Mrs. Ola May Adkissotf, of Hardinsburg, returned from Lodiburg whero she has been teaching school. Tho second quarterly meeting of the M. E. church South will bo held out at Ephesus next Saturday and Sunday. Mr. John Cono was hero Friday. This year ho represents n now firm that of Lewis, Wald & Co., Cincinnati. Tho now law requires tho Sheriff's offico to bo kept open every day and the new Shcrilfs aro complying witli it. SuDorintcndent of schools, J. T. Miller Is getting tired of bachelorhood. During tho present cold spell ho liked to froze out. Mr. James E. Kirkpatrick and Wm. Baxloy, tho horao traders wero hero last Monday. They had twenty-tw- o head of horses for Bale. At tho close of tho Hardinsburg public school for this term, Miss Bottin Taylor will go to Custor to teach a private school in tho family of F. B. Lyon. Don't'forget to havo your watch dissected all defects properly removed and restored to an activo healthy state of going right. Seo that it is safely landed on tho work bench of T. C. Lewis. Thero was but littlo business transacted in tho County Court last Monday Thero wero n good many people in town notwithstanding tho bad .weather, but thero was but littlo going on in tho court. Tho statement that Burl Beard was going to Clovcrport to open n saloon with W. W. Vessels was incorrect. Mr. Beard has often been requested to go to Cloverport and run a hotel, but he nover had any idea of entering tho saloon business. Cloverport would bo lucky to get him thero in tho hotel business. Tho Master Commissioner mado several sides last Monday at tho court-hous- e door. It. L. Newsom and J. E. Chapin woro tho purchasers of J. W. O'Brien's farm on tho pike, threo miles nbovo Clo- vordort, at $CG7. Walker Board bought his father's old homo place near Webster, $000. F. Fraizo got tho Kasoy property in Clovcrport at $211. Thoro is ono offico in this county which no ono lias over filled and which has nover been sought after, strango to say. It is ono too, that if properly managed might pay Bometthing. It is that of Public Administrator for tho county No ono has over applied for this position and it might bo had for tho asking. Tho appointment is mado by tho County Judgo nnd ho would bo willing most any timo to bestow it on a worthy applicant. Facts aro facts. Gas Is blowing, but for a fact without adoubt you can not do better in all this land whon wanting a s bargain than to go to tho o and jeweler, T. C. Lewis. Dealer in every description of a s article from n collar button up to timo pieces of all dimontions. Pianos, organs at lower prices than any other All kinds of musical instruwhero. ments, sewing macliino needles, oil, findings of a goneral kind. (Especial notic on pianos and organs.) Tho following is a list of the petit jury for tlio February term of Circuit Court : John Lyddan, Henry Dutschko Jr., C. W. Moorman, Robt. Robinson, John McGavock, Chris. Perrigo, James Wright, F. B. Lyons, W. J. Piggott, D. R. M. Smith, Ludwoll Adkisson, Milton Squires, Rufus St. Clair, Leo Moyors, Ben. McCoy, Ken. Wathcn, Eli Matting-ly- , Coleman Haswoll, Foster Butler, Alonzo Bennett, R. A. Shellman, Robt. McGuflln, John II. Manning, Julius Hardin. Tho grand Jury is as follows: Bate Washington, N. P. Compton, IVto Miller, Wm. Butler, Jacob Barger, Gardner Hawkins, Win, Vest, Hugh Sprln-gatDavid Moorman, Raphael Knott, O. M. McGIothlan, Robt. A. Smith. Tho tax suit against this' and tho Rough Creok district, brought by tho railroad, will como up In tho Fedoral Court at Owensboro noxt week. Tho parties aro getting ready for a pretty warm contest. Messrs. Knott and Edlon of Frankfort, havo boon employed by the districts to defend in tho suit and first-claswido-awakfirst-clase, Mrs. Nancy Haynes was tho guest of Mrs. W. K. Miller, tho 3rd Inst. Mrs. Betsy Current was tho guest of Mrs. William Bewloy tho 5th InsL Henry Slmcklott returned to his school at Lebanon, Ohio, week. Lou Woolfolk Is tho happiest man in Meado county, nil tho song that ho can subscription. sing now is "Pappa's baby boy." 1). R. Haynes shipped thice thousand Notice. railroad ties to Chicago, via Now Albany. All those who know themselves to bo Tho week proceeding twelve indebted to S. A. HafTy & Co. como for- thousand during the post year. ward and sottlo by cosh or note, as partWill Atwcll has turned up in Knnsrs nership has been dissolved. City, Mo., nfter visiting Montana. His friends hero woro uneasy about him ns How's This. thoy had not heard from him for someWo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Howard time for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo Charley Morgan's wedding is declared cured by Hall's Catarrh Curo. ofTon account of his fulling to buy SirocF. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. co. It Bccms that Charley is determined Wo tho undersigned, havo known F. J. to own a wholo town ere ho takes unto Cheney for tho last 15 years, and believe himself a better half. him perfectly honorablo in nil business Married, at tho residenco of tlio bride, transactions and financially nblo to carry on tho evening of tho 22nd of last mouth out any obligations mado by their firm. Mrs. Sarah Bassingcr to Mr, Stevo WestitTruax, wholesale Druggists, To- Brown. Wo presumo Stevo is fond of ledo, O., Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, music from the numbcrof little songsters Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. ho has assumed tho charge of. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken internally, A couple of young men from Hancock acting directly upon tho system. Price, county, Sons of James Horn, formerly of 75c. per. bottle. Sold by all Druggists. this county, aro visiting this neighborTestimonials frco. hood and causing quite a sensation with their line vocal and instrumental music. BRANDENBURG. They aro quite adepts in the arts of guitar picking. Some ono hath Bald, "There is a pleasis homo again. Bert Morcmcn ure in tho pathless woods." 1 never Mr. John O wings was in town last week. realized tlio fact until n short timo ago, Chus. Ncvitt was in tho city last SaturWhilo in tho woods I suddenly became day. enraptured with a perfect soul Btiring Dr. Lon Morcmcn spent Sunday at solo, I thought Ira I). Sankey had drophome. ped down out of a balloon. I kept peepMiss Mary Malin is in Louisville visit- ing and peeping through tho bushes 'till ing her sister, Mrs. Dan Florer. at last my eyes dropped on tho singer Tho Soda Ash Plant has suspended and would you believe it? it was Jabo Board. Right then I set Jabo down for work till tho extreme weather is over. Mr. P. G. Bryan, of D. II. Baldin & Co., an evangelist. X-mX-ma- s, a Contest Eventually As To Which Shall Own The Name! Bo It COOL WEATHER DON'T WEAR THB was hero last week in the interest of his house. Walter Grey who lives on tho river flvo miles below town skated homo lost Saturday. Rev. Mr. tambrcth has been very sick nnd was not nblo to fill his pulpit last Sunday. Miss Hilda Mattingly left Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. Stuart O wings at Wolf Creek. Miss Rosio Mattingly passed through town from Wolf Creek to her home at Woodland last Friday. Mr. Moremen was called back to film to sec to his wharf boat which was in danger from tho ice. Miss Emma D. McGehee, Eugeno and Miss Mattie Hamilton aro boarding in town to attend school. dipt. Ballard cannot keep ofTtho river, so ho walked up from Maukport last Sat urday. Ho doesn't look at all "blue." i; Father Fitzgerald who assisted in tho Catholic Church hero last fall, Will build a handsomo church at Flaherty. I. ill a Bland was awarded the premium in Mr. Shocklett's school for making tho greatest improvement in penmanship. Earl Sanders for best deportment. Mc-Gehdedl-cntin- A shoulPayncsvillo was in it der brace saved John Praters life. Tho pistol ball, striking a stcol plate where tho shoulder brace was connected in tho back glanced off, but leftan indelible impression. A "forget-me-not,- " as it wero. Andyvillo too is becoming quite lively. On tho 4th Inst. "Smith's tonic" having circulated quito freely, fourteen men lay-e- d asido their every day .garb of lawful demeanor and engaged in a regular old fashion rough and tumblo "fist and skull" fight. However no ono was much hurt and with the falling temperature of tho great stimulant the peace pipe was passed around nnd its soothing fragrance soon dissipated tho noxious atmosphere. s. Your compositor is responsible for an error in my last items which savors of irreverence. "Tho Tattler," ho interpreted it as "Our Father," tho capital making it refer to tlio Supremo Being. Tho following marriago license wero issued last week, John W. Fousheo to Miss Mollio O. Bewloy, J. A, Pruther to Miss Ida Levi, M, H. Duncan to Miss Cinderella Scott. Circuit Court will conveno noxt Monday. The docket is quite small, and if tho Peak murder caso doesn't como to trial, Court will probably uJjourn at tho close of tho week. Mrs. Blanche Fontnino camo within ono of guessing tho number of beans in tho gallon jar at Novitt & Gough's. Sho of courso is in possesion of the elegant music box. Mrs. Georgo Reiman camo within two on her guess card. Tho cold weather is a dreadful realty. Tlio river looks formidable social affairs aro somewhat prosy and commonplace; but now is tlio timo for blight fires and good books. Thero is no outward glory in all tho details of a homo life, but tho comfort, "They also servo who stand nnd which has been doing a successful busi-:ness hero for more than twenty years, was dissolved last week by mutual consent, Mr. Hnmbleton retiring because ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS TO of ago and ill health. Tho firm mime, Bowmer A Hambleton, has an old and Gun$, E.ock5, familiar ring and for many years has almost been synonymous with CloverEtc., dono promptly nnd neatly. port. Tho partnership has been a long CLOVERPORT, KY. and very pleasant one, and the house Shop Wost End of Iron Bridge, hostile very bestwishes from the retiring nvEE .A. member. W. S. Bowmer, an efficient young business man, now enters tho firm Now Try This. and lb) stylo in tho futuro will be W. II It will cost you nothing nnd will surely Bowmer & Son. I! do you good, if you havo n Cough, Cold, or u Off for Grand Rapids, Mioh. any trouble with Throat, Chest or Lungs. Our clover and gonial friend, Mr. Ralph Dr. King's NowDiscovcry for Consumption, coughs and colds is guaranteed to Nutting, left this city Monday evening for Grand Rapids, Mich., his old home. give relief, or monoy will bo paid'back. Your Watch needs cleaning and Sufferers from La Grippe found it just Wo regret to learn of thIs,asho was be likoiling once every eighteen months, tlio thing nnd undor its use had a speedy ed by all who knew him,and his kindness Inspect our lino lino of if you would preserve its time keepand perfect recovery. Try a sample hot-tl-o is widely known in this section. He is ing qualities. at our cxnonso nnd learn for yourself n gentleman in every respect, ns well as CONSIDER: just how good a thing it is. Trial bottles a mechanic. The shop boys w ill often look over in his corner only to bo disapfree at Short & Hayncs Drug store. In that timo tho halanco wheel pointed, and to wonder and think of days Largo bottles 50c. and $1.00. turns on Its delicate axis III, gono by. His efficiency in music is great; times ; It does not "rest" at the clear tones of his cornel will long bo night like ordinary machines, hut Foit Offico Report. remembered by tho writer. Tlio Me It embraces everything to bo keeps at work night anil day. You Report from the at Clover- chanics' Band engaged his services about found in nllrst-clos- s oil an engine or macliino dally or port, Ky., for tho quarter beginning four months ago as teacher, and their house. weekly, hut that delicate inachin-isOctobor 1st, 1892 nnd ending December progress was wonderful. Persons often your watch Is nllowed to go 31, 1802. mado remarks of our progress with Mr. uncaredforuntil (Mb clogged with dirt Am,t. of stampsetc, sold . . . Nutting at tho head. Wo wish you great and stops. Tho host oil becomes Ain't, of stamps ,otc, success, nnd an early visit among us all, thick and dirty in timo, In this con403.14 Ralph. canceled dition it wears tho pivots, and deIn addition there wero 237 Our genial Irlcml with file and square, Tho same stroys its usefulness. Attend! to the whistles, Injectors and air, money orders issuid That we manufacture yhen orders came he wai ntr with care may also bo said of your clock. So 1851.75 amounting to To repair or make new all part of hi share. they are do not let them run until Ain't, of fees upon Fame 18.05 The familiar tnne of our leader's horn, ruined, but havo them attended to. Tho closing day findeth the farmer plodiug his dreary way homo from tho country store. As lie crosseth the bleak fields a Manitoba wave strlkoth him a midship. Ho bendeth forward and tuck-ct- h his head downward and sighoth Ho for tho roses to como again. that slcepeth "up stairs" covereth up head and ears, and leavcth tho world to wind and snow. When the chantic-leoi'- s shrill clarion heraldeth tlio coining morn, tho awakening pig nrisoth and grunteth nnd goeth forth for its morning refreshments, and findeth them not, for the whole country undergocth a freezo. Except in no far as it temporarily relieves a most amiable and scholarly gento tleman of annoyance amounting persecution, It Is difficult to see what has been gained by nnylrady through the verdict in the Briggs heresy case, says tho Now York Advertiser. In tho first olaco, the matter will bo carried upon apcnl to the highest tribunal of the Presbyterian church, so that even ucrc tho vote reversed tlio caso would havo to bo gono over again, tho evidence all repeated, tho arguments mado do novo. As it is, there Is no doubt that the appeal will bo taken, for tho verdict is, strictly speaking, not in accordance with the facts. What has been dono Is simply this: By majorities ranging from twelve to twen tho Presbytery has voted that Dr. Briggs was not guilty according to tho charges and specifications urged by tho prosecution. That is to say, he did not tench tho heresies that ho Is paid to have taught. Ho did not tench that "reason ie a fountain of divino authority," Bays tho Presbytery by a small majority; ho did not teach that "the church was a fountain of divino authority" ho did not teach that "errors may havo existed in the original text of the holy scripture as It comes from its authors"; ho did not teach that "Moses is not the author of tho pentateuch"; ho did not teach that'"Isiah is not tlio author of half of tho book that bears his name"; ho did not teach that "sanctlficatlon is not complete at death." So Bays tho Presbytery, unless it admits that in bo teaching ho was not at variance with the fundamental dogmas of tho Presbyterian Church. And if it means that, It pronounces that what havo hitherto been taught as such dogmas aro no longer the foundations of Presbyterinnism. Which significance are wo to accept? Obviously tho latter, since no contention is made that Dr. Briggs did not teach precisely what was charged against him. The Nqw York Presbytery by a substantial majority declared that it has abandoned Prcsbytcriauism and It is nnd has been generally accepted, for between the old standards of belief ami doctrine and the now ones represented by Dr. Briggs there lb positively no possibility of compromise. Tho verdict therefore, but marks another period in tho process of disruption in tli Church and makes it more manifest than ever that Is a namo that covers tun modes of religion belief and thought that aro as antagonistic as Galvanism and agnosticism. The contt st between these two bodies has practically resolved itself into a struggle for tho possession of this parent name. r, YOUR OLD THIN SOLED SHOES TOO LONG. BETTER BUY A NEW PAIR NOW, THAN CATCH COLD. SHOE LEATHER . IS CHEAPER THAN DOCTOR'S BILLS. WE HAVE NICE COMFORTABLE SHOES THAT WILL KEEP YOUR FEET DRY AND S7ARM. sWm. Vest & Sons, CLOVERPORT, KY. An Old Firm Dissolved. The old firm, Bowmer it llambletou, B.J. GUN COOIV1ES, - SMITH, Door Pistols, Sewinj fl&cBines, GIVE tBgsgBffigjsiaaB OA.J.T,. DIRT! WHRN IN LOUISVILLE WO,-800,0- Furniture. post-mast- er DON'T FORGET wait." Prof. J. K. Guynn from Hardin county, tlio Missouri horticulturist, who will havo charge of that Stnto's fruit exhibit at the World's Fair, is well known in tills county, having taught a largo school at Garrett for several years. He is anxious for his native State to bo creditably represented. Mr. Junius B. Alexander died in Now York IaatMonday,agcd soventy-nino- . His remains wero brought to Louisvillo and interred in Cavo Hill. Mr. Alexander was a near relative of Mrs. Grinnell and Mrs. Phillips, and uncle of L. A. Footo near Bowleyville. His early days woro spent in llrcckenridgo county. When tho Baptist Church at Irvlngton was under construction, his old friond Mrs. Munford wrote to him for a contribution. Ho responded liberally and expressed a desiro to visit tho scones of his youth be fore called away. He was engaged in tho milling business on Doo Run itt ono timo and then a merchant hero. An intlmato friond visited him a fow years since nnd in tho courso of conversation ho said, "Ah! yes, on Doo Run with my first wifo and littlo children, I spent tho very happiest days of my life." Ho died an immensely wealthy man, but ho, likomany othors, boro testimony that riches do not bring happiness. Total Also 125 postal notes issued amounting to Ain't, of fees upon snmo $1800.80 217.30 3.75 Makes the whole hand feel shaken and torn To think of the sound on last Sunday morn, Leaves us all thinking und feeling forlorn. Thank heiven he's not cone for a lifetime, I F. N. D'HTJY, I'uiliixitoiit lli'imlror, GI.OVKIcl'OUT, KY. J MattreW OF ALL KINDS. And that our facilities for repair work aud can not bo surpassed. Canvass Work of all kinds to older. Kcit summer he'll return and with us play And make all of us people feci new and gay. 221.05 Total We hope on his visit, he'll come here to stay. Grand total of monoy orders Band Boy. and postal notes, fees Farm for Sale Ayer's Hair Vigor prevents tho hair etc $2090.85 My farm of loo acres, near ithcnlelU, Is for Ain't, paid for 04 monoy from falling, and restores gray hair to its sale cliciti nnd on easy terms. I will sell to the original color. Ayer'B Almanac, at your highest bidder on orders drawn on this office 550.00 druggist's. Saturday, January 28, 1802, all my llvo stock, farming Implements, housexBtal notes Ain't, paid for 21 32.03 furniture, etc. 'I ho nBgffifflffl&&XlBS Dissolution of Partnership. $588.09 Total paid out Letters registered 110. In addition thereto thero wero 1224 pounds of tho Breckenridge News passed through tho offico, for which thoro was paid to tho United States by tho publisher, $12.24. Being at the publishers rate of ono cent per lb. and 1150 lbs. which was distribut ed throughout this county frco of postage making u total of 2374 pounds, Respectfully, Wm. Am., P. M. Jan. 10, 1883, Cloverport, Ky, heretofore 'listing betneen William II Ilowmar and Marlon Hambleton, under the firm anJ stylo of llowtner ,fc Hambleton. Ii this day dissolved by mutual consent, said Hambleton transferring his wholo Interr. est la tht property of tho Ann to V. II. How-ine- Tit partnership Termaone and two terest from date, grest many minor articles. hold and kitchen lift cm-tainone seven year old Jack, of established hog", nw reputation, horses, cattle, sheep, wheat drill, cultivators, bedsteads, stoves and a s, mm I -- Schmidt ers with 6 a. rr 11!kiu.. rent. In A Desirable Location. Wo now offer our store and residence prop-ert- y With or without for sale at a bargain. toek of goods, Our entire stock Is now being closed out at cost. For psrtlnulan see large V. MONHOK .USO.N, posters. M'F'G OO., 421 425 W. Market St., LOUISVILLE, KY. W. II. llowmer assumes all the liabilities of the firm, and ll alone entitled to collect and receive all debt! due the firm. The partner! after a, Ions; career In bull nets at Cloverport, desire to' expresi their thanks to a generous public, which for so many years has given the old firm a liberal patronage, William II IIowwkh, Jan. IS, 1803. Marion IUmrlktun. m ook's Cotton Root COMPOUND. A recent discovery by an eld N0TIUE. undersigned for payment. All personi knowing Iheuselvei to be In debted to llowmer .V Hambleton will pt'ase W, II. llOWMHll. call and settle nine. All personi having claims against llowmer A Hambleton will please present them to the Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. When lUbjr wm rick, we gave her CutorU. When the ww a- Child, the erled tor CtMterU, WhwihobemeMiMfc8o!unetoCtorf, Whw be had CUldrea, ah gave them Outerfe, Mr. William T. Price, a Justico of tho Peace, at Richland, Nebraska, was confined to his bed last winter with a more attack of lumbago; hut n thorough apFARM FOR SALE. plication of Chamberlain's Pain Balm enOn half mile South of Stepbeniport, ou the abled him to get up and go to work. Mr. Stcpheneportand Union 8tar road. Knowu January 13, 1803. as the Gardiner Hawkln'i farm. Ooodeittage Prlco says: "Tlio Remedy cannot bo re0. X. Sogers, WANTED. house and all necenary out buildings, good commended too highly." Let any ono Of Adams, N. Y., ato nothing but dry nnd also shaved orchard, etc. For Information call on or ad100,000 hoop-pole- s VKAXK DcIIAVKN, bread for threo years on account of that troubled witli rheumatism, neuralgia or hoops in largo quantities. Best market dress, Hardinsburg, Ky. terrible disease, Dyspepsia. He states lame back give it a trial and they will prices paid. For further Information opinion. COc. bottles for call Stock hogs are selling at 5 to 5) couU, that ho was entirely cured by Dr. Hale's boofthesatuo on or address. Ojiab. may, Cloverport, Ky. Household Tea and can now eat any tiling. sale by A. It. Fisher, aud very few can bo had nt those figures. Having sold out rnv interest to ray former partner, William II. llowmer, I wish to itite to the publlo that the old fl in Ii suecteded by W, II. llowmer A Son, who will contlnus b illness at birstofore, and express my wish that the liberal patronage berstoforo extends) I to the old firm shall likewise be extended to the new firm. Marlon Hamblob n. phytliluii, Successfully used muntly by thousands of Ladies, Is the only perfectly discovereu, . Ileware of unnrliiclnlcd druvirltts who oiler Inferior medicines In placoofthls. As Tor Lou 'a Cotton Hoot Compound, ta e no substitute, or Inclose i and 6 cents In postage In letter, and wo will send, scaled, by return mall, full sea cd particulars In plain envelope, to ladle only, a stamps. Address lniitt Lilly Coiupunr, No. 3 I'lshcr lllock, Jetroit, Mich. fim all pounds. Any Information leading to bsr oorery win oe amply rewarded. 11. B. BllKFFIELD, Olendeaot, A STRAYED. rid mulley cow. Well ht aboutt snojrrl i, 1.1 fr " XK fW.T K spV ' flpwej e 'III nn ..p. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS VOL. XVII. CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1893. bravo, bo pmdontr NO. 26. Irvington Milling PART TIIRED-CIIAPT- EIl V. MS&MM EaBBBBBBBBBBBg gEaasagaBBBE TSV COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. Merchant and Custom Millers, Grain Dealers and Manufacturers of tho 5? I IF YOU ARE k:o:4 IM ,m FX X Vai o m il. WE CAN Highest Grades ISMf gftfSS "You oin ns 1 WORLD'S Gold dollars given away with Men's SUITSnrOVER-COATbecuiiMj S 1 i 1 1 1 2 i 1 In I ! (!) a upT" Vol-tilr- o nil tho moridng was to Sapnho. Now cookery, liko' chomistry, must OF Roller Process ZFULiOTTDEB Roller Process Coin ZiVEeeil WALKING COSTUMES FOR YOUNQ LADIES. Dark rntnfl'. hair la the timtrr'al una! for the frown on the left, with kill plait, to wltliin (me foot or the bottom, where they end nnilcr embroidery. A roie plaiting finluhe the iKitt'im T. ere 1. a plrdlc of embroidery at the waiat lielow thedrnpery. The middle - U of diagonal with Kusdan applique and blouae and alccve In KtiMlan cttiiliiittue t'le The la.t continue w of blarrltx conl, witn rich embroidery made of narrow I'.ton jacket over .ilk ret. Bran, Shipstuff and Aiii)1o capital, the boat quality H, of grain and modarn machinery, skillfully handled enable us to duce, pro- Edwin Brothertoft. II V protested, nwT wit?i rskllTiul tliouglit slio ndjustcd tho coiffure. An iinngiunry cue, tied with n tumbled blnck riblwn, had licon bobbing in tho nir near tho hero's corcbollum. Lucy docked it, nud with a Bcoruful gesture scut it whirling off into tho unseen. "Now," snya Voltniro, "yon jess stick o in troot (truth), werchor (virtue), (courngo) nnd nil tho other good things into that aro faco; you joss clap on a smilo that'll mako u dough heart in n lmsnui turn into light gingerbread, nnd givo him n look that can mako stubbed toes want to wheel nliout and turn about and dunco n breakdown, nnd is stickin plaster to every scratch on an old freo colored gentleman's shins; you jess think you boo n major what liberty and all tho holy angols is pullin caw for and all tho dobbls is sluikin huf nwny from where ho stands; you jess git nil that in your oyo, Miss Lucy, and you'vo got Major Skorrott." "And can this gentleman help?" she naked earnestly ns soon an sho had his jorsoi! loforo her oyes. "Holpl" says Voltalro; "ho can't help helping. That's his business under this canopy." Tho negro stated briefly tho sclicmo for Korr's capture and her nlxluction. Lucy comprehended tho wholo in n niomont. "Major Skerrett sent you a message, Miss Lucy," says tho successful envoy, closing his report. "Mo!" kIio Biiid. Sho mnssnered n littlo scruplo that Mnjor Kerr's lo trothed ought not to bo receiving messages from strange majors. "What is it? Ho is very kind to think of mo." "Ho eiiid, "Tell Miss Brothertoft to bo bravo, to bo prudent and to keep hor room with n hendncho until wo lire ready to start.'" "It makes mo bravo nnd prudent, now that I havo a strong friend to trust. But tho headache I had is all gono. I novcr felt bo well nnd happy in my life." "Look nt. lihnl" Voltaire rojolnod. pointing to Kerr through tho pantry window. "That will mako you ncho from your head to your heels." Sho did look, nud ached nt onco with fresh resentment and disgust. Korr was leaning limp against n trco, breathing tipiily his uino oxygen azoto. Tho golden hills, tho blue river nud tho mountains, bluo and gold, had no charms for him. Ho wns thinking, "Almost timo to mako it seven bells. I can't touch anything stronger than six water grog this morning. Oh, my hoadl" "Pretty fellow fur n lubber to my young lady!" says Voltaire. His mispronunciation revealed a truth. This faithful blackamoor now proceeded to net Othello relating his adventures. Ho had n tragicomic episode to impart of his "hairbreadth 'scapes," "of lwing taken by tho insolent foo," all '.'his 'portauco in his travel's history, nnd what ho suffered, shin nnd solo, in tho "rough (marries, rocks and hills" b.ick of Anthony's Noso, while ho dodged by night along tho bypaths. Lucy "gnvo him for his pains n world of sighs," nnd "loved him for tho dangers lio lind passed" in her sorvico. "Now," Baid tho loynl squire, in conclusion, "I must sot you something to tlo, Miss Lucy." "Whuff" sho asked, trembling a little at responsibility. "Bond Dowitt nnd Snlly Bilsby off homo, Thoy'll want a frolic nftor working so hard on your wedding dross. Wu must havo tho house to otrsolvcs tokcr-ridg- "Nnciic" ' results unsurpassed. EDWIN WINTHR0P. Cup) rmlit. iS,j. by frilled SUti-- Hunk Coinp my ami publi.had by prrial Ul r.l liciiiin t with them. S Orders promptly filled and careful attention given to CUSTOM WORK. .NIM'MS. For any further information call on or address tho IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. I'AH'I I llilwin llmlhertnfi, heir to a manor on the IIuiUimi, ii left an orph.ni with the nianiir heavilv iniiiluai'i-i- l In the lllllni c.Ute. Hi' gor CIIAI'-Tl'.to N'rw York cltv In nek hi fortune. IV June llllliip.tiie ll.llnp hclre. K.iln an Interview with yount; llrothertoft. 'I'lie Hilton and llrnthcrtoft fnrtunea are milled by I Hri.theTlfifl inc. on a cotnui.it iit4rri.i:i'. inLnliin in !'.pj;l.iiil. Mr., llrothertoft iiitruinb. to aiiulomaiiM and lony. for a title llirth ut a daughter, I. in v, it ml return home. VII The manor hiiu.e bcrinne. the re.urt ot reifcii.il. Ilrotherlnlt i at la.t exiled by wife andiUiiuhtcr lie jiiln. the patriot.. Peter Skerrctt, aid In (Jen. I'AItT eral Wa.hlnKton. arrive, at General Putnam' lt " ll-.- READ THE TKIl 111 Skerrctt volunteer. ti lead a party to "cut nut" Captain Kerr, a reddMt, who I. a guett at Ilrotherlnlt inannr. IV Kdwin llrothv ii a. Sergeant Lincoln, ertoft, iicwiuk SkcrruM. men. A ftvrvant from the iiuiinr, Voltaire, brini;. new. In camp. V Mr.. that l.ui y .hall marry Captain VI l.ucy I. anxious to efccjpe. Kerr. VII Skerntt take. 'oitaire Into the plot to capture Kerr and rctcuc I.ucv. VIII Jierck llewilt an old manor hand, i. Skerrctt. uldc. l'AHT 111 Iteilroit. are at ilrotocrtoft manor Volt lire prepare, lor I. my', flight to the 1'iih-ki- ll I pall lot .imp at CI I A ! camp. GOOD NEWS GREAT MARK ". n All that li'L'ion of Iioim'M In brain miiMenly comlt'iisoil into a Kiii'Io heroic Continental vision, with Ihuiiaiuo Skerrctt for a faco. Sho wax Hiiro this newcomer meant helji. She- cotiM feel her just now breaking heart tie itself together with a chain, each link it letter of tho name Kkerrett. "Another majcr!" die wild, half i..-- There wan almost a Miwlo of conuotry in her little protest against thiMtUraugcr itersouage. Tho woman wan not dead in her yet. DOWN SALE AT GEO. YEUEL & CD Throughout our ciitiiu in vluw of tilt) fuel that vllMMill Olll) Of 'S CHtiililiHlimi'iit, wo havo jimt yWUTi tllH IIIOHt HUCITrttllHl ill our exiHU'iiw, wo have ilftoriiiitii'il to iiiaku a MWt'i'p of wlmt re inniiw of cli-u- Woolen Goods of all ck'Hcription. TIioho who art) not in liniiictliiiti) need will tlo well to jmrcliiuM for the future. Men's IJootH for $1.75 worth $2.75 " " 1.60 l.'--M " " 1.76 Ono lot of Moii'h unit Jloyn' I loo to worth $1.60 to $2.60, koIiik nt.. . . $1.00 Ono lot of IjiiI'h SIioch worth $l.'.'5 to $1.75, nolnj,' for. go(l 0(1, nut do dobbl ho mako t'i, ono " "Oh. Voltnirc, don't talk not" Did nho object to his fact in physiology or to his pronuui'iittion? Voltalro, with lwllown routed, now bogan to do.cribo the new here vit'i IHh tauclicj. were crudo, hut plcttire.qiio a charcoal nketch. "Mnjor Hkcrrett, Mlsi Lucy. Oh. my! whnt n 1oautifiil iinifitacho holnull jo.s thp color of riiM) chetntit loaves and curling down on each nido, no." Tho blnek forefinger iloncriixMl nn ogeo on cither black lip. Lucy did not interrupt. Shu mint havo her correct imago of tho now actor boforo fiho iiirniirori IiIh rolo. 8he already that ho was not to bo n nickliod Hamlet. Her firnt icturc of tho hero had boon n figure in a Continental uniform, with tho name .Skerrctt instead of a faco. Second picture: Lucy keen tho tucro nnmo vanish. Twochoituut lcavos, lino gold nn OctolxT can olnt them, broad in tho middle, blunt nt tho butt, taper toward tho point, Horratod along tho cdgpH, dlHposo tlioiii.solvcH to her mind's oyn in tho air and form a muntacho. Sho o looks nt her vision of tliis isolated mill thinks, "It is much prettier thnn Mnjor KinorickV "A go nhead noso,"contiiiuoa Voltalro Do d fea-ttir- "Antnhler i jor ob nnudilcr Btuff. nncieut Brothertoft retainer; "nineteen yearngo last Juno 1 drew Mister Edwin and that Billup gal in that conveniency, loss than two hundred yards from her house in Wnll street to Trinity church, to bo married. I heerd tho Trinity bells say, 'Edwin Brothertoft, don't mnrry n BUlopt' 1 felt it in my bones thnt sho'd turn out menu. Her money brought worso luck thnn we'd over had before. And tho good luck hasn't got holt yet." "Plato," nays he, stepping iuto tho great plcturesijuo stable, half full of sunshine, half of shade nud half of hay. fragrant ns tho Fourth of July. "Sirl"snys Plato, drawing himself up nnd giving n military salute. Ho had scon much soldioriug going on of Into nnd liked to piny nt it a relio perhaps of gorilla imitutivoncss. "Them boys don't look to mo in good health." Voltalro pointed to Bilsby nnd mnto. They woro both chowlng straws a pair of dull sharps, liko most young clodhop pcrs. Thoy could tell n calf from n colt with supernatural keenness; but woro of tho class which gots itself well d before its manhood learns t)io timo of day. "Doy'a fat, ragged nnd sassy as nry boys dls cliilo over seed," rejoined Plato. "Bcry wenkly doy looks,"- - continued tho conspirator. "KalHn uway horrible! Nobcr seo sich sickly boys 'n nil liiy born days. Chestnuts is what dey wants. Worms is tlo trouble. Boys always git worms onless doy cuts stithiu onto n bushel of chestnuts in do fall," Tho two ragamufiins dropped their straws, turned palo nud liegau to fool snakes wako and crawl within them. "Now, lxys," Bays Voltalro impressively, "if you want tor porwout ilom varmint, jess you put fur do woods an fill yourself plum full ob chestnuts." "But chestnuts has worms, too," objected Bilsby. , (To bo Continued.) Peter-Funke- Poor Sappho, with hor husband dnrt-In- g into tho kitchen, looking mysterious, exploding "Hush!" nnd dartini; olT again, was as much flustered ns it nervous chemical professor when his pupils jeer his juggles with cabbage liquor nnd turn np rebellious noses nt his olcflant gas. Sappho's great experiment of dinner Buffered. Sho put sugar in herBotip nnd salt in her pudding. Sho sowed allspice for peppercorns, nnd vico versa. Sho overdid tho meat that should havo been underdone. Sho roasted her gooso until its skin was plato armor. Sho baked her piecrust hard ns Westchester shale. Yesterduy's dinner was sublime; todny's would lw ridiculous. Conspiracy upsets domestic economy, ns It does political. When Voltniro had deranged his wifo with dark hints ho proceeded to pcrplox his son. Plato was lord of tho stables. These woro times of war. Westchester was beginning to suffer for being neutral ground for relwl nnd Tory to plunder. Itonts camo slow nt Brothertoft manor, nnd whon thoy cnmo wero short. Economy must bo consulted. Thnt crafty counselor HUggostcd that Plato's helpers in tho stablo should bo discharged and ho do thrco men's work. Ho was however, Bilsby juvenisslmus and another urchin from tho manor to "chore" for him. They were unpaid attaches. Thoy did Ifreo service us stablo boys, for tho honor nnd education of tho thing, for tho pfivilego of chow-in- g Btrnws among tho horses nnd for tho luxury of n duily liellyful of pork nnd pudding and n nightly bod in tho loft. Voltniro went out to tho stablo. Tho six white horses of famous Lincolnshire stock stood, three on this side, three on that. Their long tails occasionally switched to knock off, tho languid last flies of summer. Voltniro stopped nt tho coachhouse door to drive out n noisy regiment of chickens. A 'lumbering old coach, of tho leathern conveniency order, was shoved uway in a corner. Thoro is always such a vehicle in overy old family stablo ii stranded ark, that n liorho power will over stir ngain. "Nineteen year ago," thought tho !uvotencoto iwrfonn itsexiierimentsin. what it nmoiiuts to. These Souvenir Half Dollars cost just $1 in Chicago nnd can't bo bought for ono cent less. that'n I m 1 Q YOU With one of our 9 O SOUVENIR 1 1 Overcoat, rpgnidlcss of tho price. WHY? Simply to attract attention to tho fact thnt wo aro now holding the greatest CU! PRICE sale of CLOTHING Hint Louis- -- Kvorj body wants one. Business houses, banks, etc., nil over tho country are SELLING them, but WE GIVE them nway FREE AS AIR-- nnd with EVERY Man's Suit dr i '1 3 'I - I ffi i I V lTflin Stoves 1 HI HUM rm : si e3 J1 Prices liko the weather below ZERO. i corns Ii 1 51 og !l villo ever saw. Our situation is DESPERATE. Wo can't get into our new house this Spring, nnd wo cnut handlo tho enormous Hpring stock, already ordered, in our Temporary Qunrters, 'i 15? 1 1 iv S m S: $ It I PAYNE ' & CO. FREE wo can unload Winter stock RIGHT NOW. So we've put on prices that will paialjzo competition nud MAKE folks BUY CLOTHING whether they need it or not. UNLESS OLOVERPORT, KY. WL - , Wo havo hut n limited number of tin so Souvenir Coins, nud can't toll how long MAIL they will last. ORbERS will bo filled in tho order in which they arc received. Send quick if you want u coin. & The Garrett Fence Machine. LEVY'S, 321 For weaving picket and wire fence tothe pott ready nt In the field. Not excelled by any lor eae, pecd and perfect work. Forty toility rod a dy can be woven. The wire for a three double Mrund picket fence can be bought for 9 to 11 rent per rod. Guaranteed to give perfect nillifarilon, Hcfcrences Citlicn' National Hank, Mumlield, Onlo. A good active utent wanted in every county anil township In the United State. Good wage aud can work Will cll linn machine at wholcta'e where I have no agent. Alio wire and other fencing material at w hi Jennie. Illustrated circular and term free. Addrctt S. H. GARRETT, I'atcntcc nnd Manufacturer, WEST V, IMniiHllold, Ohio. MARKET, m . the w Clileago Weekly Times IFOUNU1CD IN 185-1.- LOUJSVILLEJ KY ) WIE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TIIF WORLD'S FAIR AND THE GREATEST AND MOST IN POPULAR EXPONENT OF MODERN Wanted ,0" ! Names "iS0?!""1 ! DEMOCRACY THE UNITED STATES. 200,000 KY CONSTITUTION AN AGRICULTURAL AND POLITICAL WEEKLY ALL IN ONE. Puhllihed at Atlanta, On. THK FARM Ell'S rillKND, A I10MK COMPANION'. $1.00 PER YEAR. He now, lets than formerly, can New condition mrround the farmer with wider dutlei. without reproach dliregard bli obligation to leek to prepare blminlf and hi family for their political at well ai tbeir civil dutici, and fcr whatever? etientlal to good, wine citlienhood. THE'CHIGAGO WEEKLY TIWES REPRESENTS THE PEOPLE. Ilaa Already I5fi,l)00 Subscriber! The Urgent Circulation of any Weekly Newspaper IN THK WOULD Mr. Geo. Golecndnnnur has taken up his bachelor quarters over tho Nows office. in ii - without pmiru), A : V Lucy iimerts n go ahead iioro Into tho blank, over and a littlo ahead of tho 7lc. muntacho. Third picture. "No mumps 'round his cheeks nud JIch'h Overcoats for $12.00, worth $18.00 chin," tho dencrilor went on. " " " 15.00 0.08, Not n mump had over disfigured tho " " " " 10.00 checks Lucy hereupon balanced on either 0.08, dido of tho iioso and tho chin which nho (lootb iiinrketl for half price on our had located under tho two chestnut leaves. Picture fourth. "Eyes bluo us that saucer" Voltalro Bargain Oouncors. pointed to a pleco of delicato china "and thoy look liko tho holy angels." Into their sockets Lucy inserted n pair of orbs, saucer in color, not in shnpo, and gnvo them n holy, nugello expression. .Sho insjwctod tho' growing porBRANDENBURG, KY. trait with hor own sweet eyes thoy woro hazel, "nn excellent thing In a woman" and began to think tho illu'TCHINS PILES mined faco vury charming. "Lots of tan on his bark," resumed tho painter in words. OINTMENT 1BHOLDTSI.T OUBM. Lucy tllppo'l hor pencil in umlcr and " wr. ruiTmrir gave tho bark of chucks, chin and ikmo IIIAH&fl U AAHUKHK a nut brown tint that bravely backed i tho gold of tho mustache. "Yullur hair under his cocked tint.' "Yellow, if j'ou jiloaacj Voltaire," sho FOR THROAT AND LUNG the best remedy is complaints, night." Geo. Yeakel & Co., rlLXtjSWAYNE'fi Oil CC ttn 'in - , immM&m.,zni-ivz- "Tonight! Lucy's heart bf undod nnd sunk. Yes, sho must bo freo tonight, or tomorrow would mako hor a slave. "Miss Lucy," whisked Voltalro, "twa of 'em was hno nlready boforo sunrise." Sho liositatod. "Not tho" "Nut tho major! No; old Sain Galsworthy and Heudrecus Canndy. You know 'cm. Thoy como to sen how tho luuJ lay." "Mother calls; I must go," said Lucy In a tremor. S'10 gnvo ono look through tho window nt Kerr, leaning limp against a (jhiMtnut treo. Tho Skorrott inuutacho colored loaves In myiiud pairs shook over him. Sho scorned to soo n myriad of faces, with go ahead noses, no mumps, nugello bluo, oyes, bronzed skins nud truth and courngo in overy lino, looking out of tho treo and signalizing her, "lio AYER'S Cherry Pectoral In colds, bronchitis, la grippe, and croup, it is No queitlon of national Importance and all political and economic question of moment They aro canvaned and diicuned by the people and are national ontr begin in Congren. In the Intnl. prfF, and wbrn they reach congren that body but merely the details to comlder. THK w minx's ami Ciiilukkn's coluuini aro CHICAdO WKHKLY TIMES ba becotno, the recognlxed leader of the great plain people Its of unuruiil iluineitlo loterrit. Iti Fncui. FcATCRKsooit more money than the bono and itnew of the commonwealth and the hope of the Aueilcan republic. IU editorial U paid by any tkx tioutbern pa peri combined aie broad, national, eloquent, convincing, and dignified, and as comprehenilve In the lubjecta Tor general redlnK matter. treated a are the queitlon of human intrreit. It Nkws Columns cuvkb tub would. THK CHI0AU0 WFEKLY TIMES repreient all the movement of the da, and upon lllll Arp wrltei for It. It tndoriement bingei In a large degree, the future, for It la broad In It view, liberal In it Dr. Tuiruare prnachei for It Joel Chandler Hurrli (Undo Iletuui), Waljudgment, and ha the belt ponible mean of forming a correot ono, and knowing it duty to y lace 1. Heed nnd frank I.. Stanton am man, the country, progren, and futuio greatneia, I lifted above bigotry and narrow minded-nesemployed by It. To It all lubicriber (hould turn for enlightonment, enoouragement, darea perform it. A. M Wolr (Hargo l'lunkett) bai a weekly letter. lympatby, aniitance, and tbe nerve to carry out their undertaklngi. d Mark Twain, Itobert Lciult Stercnaon, In It rank are to bo found tbe brlghtcit mindi In every lino. Week by weak It talk to Kipling, Frank Stockotn, lllcbard Malaway the duat from tbe pait and itarllgbti the i going on, bruine colm Juuniton, and the b it literary geniua of every inbicrlber of what coming. It fvrecaft (be future and foiewarn agalnit dliaiter. It I a matoblei icrap book to Its culumm. the world contribute of knowledge for tbe farmer, mechanic, lawyer, doctor, and all good cltlxen; Without the requirements of wading through page of Irrelevant matter THK CIII0AU0 ! of thought, blitory, aclence, and all M'KKKLY TIMUH give to II reader tbe silted AND KVKUV ISSUE IS AN UDU0AT0H I at a glance) make every reader a cotmopollte, and bring the entire wealth of the world to hi very door. It give more for tbe isnney than tvy other weekly paper In America. It I bright, enterOnly A Year. taining, and valuable good for tbe whole family. It world' fair new it tho moit complete and tellable. Agenti wanted In every locality. Money for agent In working for It It I a bureau of information for it ubicrlber, aniwerlng anything deilred. sv.yu It agricultural department contain tbe belt from all lourcci. 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