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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893112901_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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOL. XVIII. BMKdKENR TDfE NEWS THE n fif?J fist r : 'A rt:'j-,. i y... S.fl ,7 :$ A .3 .saX T r CLOYJJBPQIIT; KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1893. The International Alliance. ' ":' H no;'I9.v M l K? fe o V .' '.'Jj, i y i , Tho Christian evangelist has come to itF.v. j. B. corrncix, u, i. stay. Tltis fact, becomes more apparent every day. They aro increasing in numought to bo fat. Glvo llio ber year after year, and as they move Anthony COmstock, of Now York, tho ' Thin J3ablos a - distinguished leader in tho effort to supchance. Glva i98"kfi!acoJ9 placituoy.meet tho mulNytjfyu yilklssjIss fWgm press, through legislative measures, tho thorn l.ovo'you vThatvere vJfneMtlll tlffc e5Pfcrliglont-ftlioutaaHre fort circulation of vicious literature through fr yoffwfrWSy lofi"fb-day- j onco to any special church or denominathd'ihalls; and by peiial prosecutions and r. ,.t When the morrow comci you will tion. They aro winning souls to Christ penalties to clean out the aiigeah stables Lightly laugh that love awayl and they deserve the aid and encourageof iniquity, madd ah elaborate 'address Nayflfyou will love, love mel ment of ull good peoplo in their labor. before tlio Cdnve'ntlon of the Internat-ioh! Wherefore play these fikle partsf Evangelical' Alllnnco at Chicago. It is incomprehensible to us that any I.lfe and love will oon be done! Christian influence should bo kicking TheUiscotirso Was rather Bphillpicneai list Think vou God made human hearts against them. Wo can understand why the varied vices that abodrid in the land. for.you to.ucad uponX Just tho Croam of Cod-llv.- or Oil, t sinBuMlsEwillfaakeiniH'ar pathflp j'lt'WasTvlth A vohenierice and bmphosis Will vou break tnenTftboi! rirnJefflJ a i4eenk.flrTrt with hypophosphitos, and If you that did not' com port felicitously with -- riwinrv jwiium that they should have to contend against the evident pains' tlio Bpeukcr had' taken watch thorn grow Fat, Ghub-'b- y, Good ih preparation 6f his delivelance. The obstructionists in the church. Healthy; Bright. Physi-cian- s uaiarru in iuo jxeau rrWoplo testify that their presenco in any ltietaphors Were ntther choice and phravtfiliiSufiwiiLiyBWMiiioay community brings gratifying results, and seology rather' smoothly rollnded In sen tho world: o'vor; ondorso ' 'it. and as bucIi only a reliable blood purifier pious peoplo aro always glad to meet and 'tencW rhetorically prOpdrttdncd, and' in can effect a perfect end reliaplo euro. greet them Don't be deceive by SubstltutesI a passional push of voice that seemed' Weed pun Hood's SarpriU-iaUisifeedeliberately purposed tb Impress PrtpsrsdtrScoft'ADowDt.If. T. All Drngjlits. ifler, and TSvor81 thd causd1 hrfd'yaten' cases of ratattlia&rfli oftrJnUraea bo in charge of congregations of good hitti'ur). Ihdign'ation'ft'wdelcdlilia llko leads to consumtion. Take Hood's people, and are able to command good 'a cold potato. A sprinkle of cay'eend (recent' Corife'rehctf flt'Elktbri. Dr.T JHoss,'. before it is to late. Enjoying the confidence of pepper" uprit'ls' a poor sdbstltute for of thtf NashvlUb' Clirlstirin Advocate,' 'in' salaries. 'tfifittS&f legations, they, can hold their the' heat taf 'the1 0 Veil.' (Is there! Ml lnlich Ills 'nddreaa, spoke of his contributors; df'rlligifjltiis'm'MUoio Von'e'ttiid',aj3lc' 'sb- -' and mcritloncd the nanie of Ke'v. Fi'M. gripe, put, act promptly, easly and efilc- - ministry with tho assurance that they Vest 'a;like characterization?) '1 " frtijl USMlIcVrbd for. They are gener(Grace, professor at Hlwdssdd Cdllegd, iSnllj) 25W JUII1A BJ'JS O cl'Jso-oUHho' kfCom'sc'k's'adilrel.s; Tennessee, aa one specially excellent in ally willing, if tho world leaves them his re 3IROCCO.(iaowiW '4'fM' ?"U'?.)10 6amo 'or t'10 world. a'lielititJmHn'arbse 'WiU asaefajjlj; 'Abd itlioliterarpfnereal-khTiglfiia'Some of them have their hands full with liiethdii oi fem'e'djljiig tiring modesty j was (io cause aqf Jiis not Thn Highland prayer meeting has their own flocks, and watch with suspi- tntfWHlttfr iiVils whibliliad been Hor-- " being as fully knpw,n ,1591 prominently cion friends or foes. Likewise some of tra'i'ed-'i'o'th'iMr.ddnistock rcpled".' '' positioned as. is his' deserving. J "busted." in Alabama; Provalcnci of nitimpjt thejacistos tliem not an ot tnem Jos ainy meanfl- rth'q ministers, of ilie O.ospcljin.ajkqj my cqnfercncq clrtss-inat-b 7oj3t he goryflittlgl Altb.oft Iioou lias ca1 tiespjpiquities special themes, of, ili my cptnrado at Tuscaloosa, where ho was win" IwlwnjjtheS arejicfl mLw lo Off upqlVt cQuret an(l Jer,the'mi insist upon tne in chargq.of, tho Female Co.llcge, andj I Morgan's sch "preachcr-in-chargoand, through, ithe enactpqnt.an.pnmrcement of, laws, for Thornsberry is out again sniffing a species of religious tramp. Tom years deep has called unto deep, ns. qur But it is these religious tramps that are k.in',,p1;!0?.' bri,uf ns breeze with a greater the north-wes- t sorrows and our delights have multiplied doing most to attract the attention Vjjpltttejtho. laws to punishment." rejishtfor To cent fofercoatai ithaW he y; it minis- - 6Tjiq suhnCje'f.not theJwords, Isgjven., and tho grey has crept from tho wings of ho world, and tho fenced-ihaulast winter. Tom is gaining a pound ers, and sinners, ana may as well Thqre was iVprpssion upon tho., count: time to our crowns. egm'tb'Jeairze' the fact that they I preached at night at" the Christian unarjeo ot, tho audience as of doubt. , I; i are hero to stay. Tlioy shoot at the bull's took the .floor for a few minutes, and, church, on .the I'arqblo pt tho Prodigal i Mr. Leauder llru nor , and .filter, 4ot eyfrtJOsnivaTuflliey uiako the bell ring ,bo danger pf, Son. Ford took ine, to task inoxt day for mJctek cotftlty.'aftersp'eritlfngH week every time they fire, because they go asktd if there would nottleflecting froin( saying A)exandcr, Camphejl, was an npos-tfe- ,, tlio Church and ministry with Miss Gertie Neafus ,and other raised in, Ijie.prdqr of. providence as, at JijOtitll tho bible; they speak the'line of sqrvicp, and .ministration fflu'n'de', kavoWtarnud'iioiiii; out in meeting, and pulj aside the cur- by. tho divine .Master, if ,ihey nn ecclesiastical theological factor, to K. S. Aboil, of Oak Grove, and Mias tain.iabdjtljtg make the people think. attempt .tho role recommended? Tqu qualify according to the measure supplied Eosa Brown, ot Cold Spring neighbora prominent meinour oi mo recent ijlgiiway qi, history, lor centurips mcq, by'an individual Joint Other denominahood, were united in the holy bonds of Christian Workers' convention in Atlan9hrist, is one lqlgotha!, bones .strpwri tional factors. Ono who ronns lias no matrimony tho 4th lust. Rev. J. C. ta occupied a pulpit of one of tho largest alqnjjtiiovay,tha,t werq broken, nt the, right to take to task one who swims. Argabright officiating. negro churches of the city a few days instance of pr'jests and preachers, suftl-citj- Gross Alexander had been appointed to No, Brandenburg, I am ono of those ago. Ho was a whito man from New to.b'uild pyramids morq numerous preach nt that place and hour, but asked unfortunates who did not get to the York. aTSCral KiduV (luring the warT and taller tiian those in Egypt, Christ, td'bo oxbUsed. Rushing went to him at Fair, but please don't place "HlT'earnesc sourfrrinrrklnd-heae- d was, consigned to crucillxion by a Roman, secretary- table and insisted, privately, f repjorts ttro truoy he carpolrbugger . at tho jinstancq of the, but Alexander said, "No, uppoint "bottom round of the ladder." generous man. So Jlushing, (without seeing the "For of all sad words of tongue of pen, made a wonderful impression on that Cliurch and thq crucifix as a. sign, the The saddest are these, It might have been." congregation not by hqneyed words and business has. been, through others of the cointnitteo,) 'stepped back crucillxtjon Mr. Will Coleman, of Sulphur Springs, misplaced social equality talk, but by tup ogos, enacted, to the pulpit and so' announced. I saw t on his returnfrQmJhcW.prId'fl rairpra. TlalnTnimTirnlslieiirgdSiielTnivlcarTIo tit all and was gratified. I had rathor Christ spokp in respect, mainly, of, .the; preach than hear anybody. sented his wlfo with a handsome told his; Fishing gTegaUontliatMhercwre ,of pietistic souvenir 6t tbog rcat" Cojifjj1-bla- h foriy-n- i no. negro preachers in the peni- poison and. pitylessness comes next to preaching when they present,'? disposition, a cover for a center tentiary if' (aeorgia an4t'hat6y pepjpent VflnomloflegAlisticseyeritles, Jlis par-- bite. ,AndI,cansing,right welL jn discovery jofotho; tablo of Turkish design. Each corner of the negro convicts of-- Uip 'state had alds.Bre, principally, "Paius.ExtkactI" Whq.qvcrhqard.of ruin wrought through this misconception; representing a mart and woman in the professed religion. He set those peoplo isueh a perfume? It was Pond's Extract godliness.- - ",Tho comJ of, men affecting the act of gathering potatoes. As we see to about which Foskett fussed. ,so in our on tho gladly!'' Tho them the church bell across the way is truth of tlio maxim annouueed nearly imoipeoplejlieard Him room, at, Chicago. When I told Young chiming tho hour of vesper, work sus- nineteen hundred yeard ago' by iiames, uncom,m,oo people, "gnashed. their teeth, : to sprindb some of it on thq wlndqw-ledg- o gluttonous man and a (o keep off the rouges, I called it pends, while our worthy co'uplo of sor-vi- tho evangelist, that in this' world itherb and wX" behold a a friend of, publicans and ,winaTbibberl-detoll bow the'iriieads in humble Foskett was tho only can be. no peacoi without purityy and!that sinners', His words of .tenderness; inspir-- j 'jMiu-as- f inorum votion. Tbo man has dropped his fork, religion caunot be used as a cloak to proone of tho company that laughed. the woman has set her basket brim full tect against sin .unless IJioso, who profess ed hope apd gratitude in hearts, verging Another slip of the "typo in my comupon despair, drawing- to His ieet of the fruits of their toil down on (ho it are .sincere. munication, last, makes me Bay, respecti ones who, washed them vith ground. Numerous.pptatoes.aro. scattering Paul'scommendatlon of sister Phoebe Thousands. of, dollars arc hping .collect;, hcroand there, wbilq, to pno( ed weekly by qur good Chrjstiap, peoplo ithpir, tearsl "If L may, but touch tho that all of us are In tone and touch with ed about yehiclb. a, to,send thq gospel o.tho heathep, wjjllp 'hem'.of His. garment!" I wonder if there the natural, "unless it bo those who bavo side stands a little is any where in the range of art a paint! ng which cdnveys their liltfy tlip hand propeller, heathen in our midst, as deep.spt ifl; tha.t depicts the scene of His writing received tho second blessing," It was crop to tho stovo house. idolatry and sin as tho Hottentots of with His finger upon tho ground, whilst, written, "tlio second blasting." To bo blasted, religionistically, is different from 'And Rev. Salem, of "3weet Owen,-- Is Africa, arq Jeft to ho.rejigious.trapip.. "from thoold.esttotho yqungesti those preaching in CloVo'rp6tii When I first' jiBut, ho, is coming;, ,lip-iherq, Elq-- , delectable gentlemen wore creeping off, being blesscd,roHgiously. Central Methodist. ioticcd, thq item,in tho'l'laindealer, hav- qupnt, able, workers, wir,h. (astounded?, "No, man,, Lqrdl" Cloverport, Kentucky. ing, overlooked ,it in the NEwst L was. tlio Bible in their bands, and, Christian, oanu "JNeitiieruo icqn.ucmu tljqoi thrilled with an, Jni.tcsc.ibio .feeling as, preqepUgu,,helrli.rfflthy; are .laVioring 'sin no morel" Ohl blcMed lips. What though a indssenger' from home, sweet unsejfis.iUy for tho, sal.vatipn.iof whitesi were the 'world without the words, .they For a lamo back or for a naln in tho homo', had sliddonly ldolh'ed up before' and blacks. , Thoy, preacli thp gospel o(, ;spoke? Tho magistracyof the country tlio side or chest, try saturating a piece of mA.andlwas. abotit to recount Beetles of old, as good tqrdpy as jt was injneteon, Gov'ernnierit ordains ' t it perforni its flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Palm of by gono days. ,lftt,.tiat O.weu centuries ago, that thore can bo no peace function Tho Church' is'a ministration and binding It onto the affected parts. county was my former homo, but Fay- without purity he plain, simple truth, of mercy, dispensing ri gospol 6f lu'allrig. This treatment will euro any ordinary ette county (SsJ&fflT KH I passed holding gpqd in, lousiness, and politics, as; (Give mo to the' place' where irijr erring" case in onoor two days. Palh, Balm also Silas church jusVacrbssTho lino in Bour- wqJ! asiinrqiigion,, po .pppple, kqqw. (brother ,or. sister mus.t, greet' mo through cures rheumatism'. 50 cent bottle for' said bon' county where Air. Salfcm'prcaehcd1 tlijs;) bad.peqpio.flugfit tp ,kuqw it, ' Jt,is; Iron; bars,, and let, mo feel the. franchise; by A. It. Fisher, Cloverporl rind Witt1 & for yea.njand whpro time, nndiagu'lni 1 tho workof,tliq,rHigi.9US, .tramp fa ,prpy 'of ultimate love apd sympathy .as:! kneel Aleaddr, Hardinsburg. .havo heard him expound biblical truths claiai it to all. They aro doing; it ,by,, 'and say; "Qur Fatherf Forgive to kindred and friends, many of whom takjpgln iq.higtiways, ani,h.yyaysr ppt us!" Of course, there;is,9lso and other Anecdote of Patrick' Henry? BTaHHHi now waiting loiiihalpngrj tajicome,,, bor. that is requislteTnFthe'cconomy of tliis i Like all great public characters '.whore "Sleep the sleep that khowsridwaVlifif,' ' rajcetlngplace8Tr;tlL9y4f8itq lis. meeting, organic life of jjurs; but tlittfoUjer and lives are the cpmiiion property' of' their Jk 'jny'jlie'olilen'.riv.er, shore plpces?-,'prpfilaimjng.fie ,gpsppt:pt 'else is proviflel for, without preachers countrymen Patrick Henry bos' been' And my heart yearns with sadness Christ,,whvtJ(or Jth.Wfl ruJigiPMS tramps defectives, informers, drtpolico- - piado tho central flguro of many Interest wheri'a familiar name in print causes my bq. gatUpUcor Projestant; Baptist, pr fmen. jng tales,, sqmo, doubtless authqnlc, ftut S i,f thoughts to rovert to the halclou-dayof M.etliodist8, orwhat, .tho.y hoHht,.r9qpixe. Mr. CmtisfOcK'H ''rejoinder was with many more savoring of the apocryphal. .8182 101 0111 ellUSUlfiV A y0re( tlio pncquragemcnfe ami. filler q( those Jmuch agitation, saying i "Ifone'hada The following anepdoje, whether truo edged whoibeliqvq tliablt fetter to save than "When life seemed asfiiri'afth'ejun-nh wholly or Jn part; or "purely mythical, child of tlm gontemanat a b'azi-sa;' " ,haiq. .,, PqnstitHtipn, tq danin..-rAtlaholdlng It tctbo teetbli'6 wmiid hardly shows (tho. spirit of'perfqct, confidence in o'ver ' home by the sea.'l Floitlue Jstop to quote 'scripture fohifu.f? Gentle-ftie- n which the. peoplo pf Virginia regarded ' ' JwSaiem is a converted Jow,and used of the Alliance camq to mo to Ono will bo giving thanks in an eminhlm' , tojtejfj.a 'little Joko on, htinaelf to tho v WhcnCqrnwaMismadq.hlfl, grqat raid their appryat of thqcavwit I had ofTecttiiat when he first came to this ently blossetl way bybqing tlteraeann1 iof enabling 'somen poor'- - family Wf gi'o entei.CftVC'al, mark you,,5w?reBitj Into Virginia, in 1781, the Legislature country he had never seen .any .iiiyiim s, ' . Add frokn' Richmond to (Jhario'ttesvlile,, for are.favdrablg tqhsuh-'nrewfouOMrse, though ho had heard much talk thanks"'.,i" i: .'t through Jegftt procSsaea1 of go y- - but tW neiirer approach'of tho' British J - i ,i , !' 1 ill 'lill U' V.I l' " about it and hadji great desire to partake causeu me xiouse to ureas up suuueniy A 5Iis30ur'l girlinoTvlniakesuuineW' lerrimont, of wliis'vfcio , . of the tdotbso'intf foot. Taking, passago ' Ispent'mp8t.4'"thq Jqur days of my and in sdinq disorder, on thq 4tli of June. on a steamer at New Orleans, X thirijc', as standartl forldng nfeasure. 'Her fqot' is , : 11 t... iin n m v t ' " Jli Stay in tjuicago 'r iiiu aiiiuiicu vuuhcii. Jtv ik rcfated thnt ltenry; accompanied way to Kentucky, tho fifteen Inches long; hoSias on his by Bdrijamin Harrison, John Tyler, an bread his mouth Had watered for sti lotig ITU t f 1"- -. arfu ,1lt.it : f 'a ..iilia 'would iaye,Uad more sense))' J.d (1 not Coloiiol dhrlsUnd.'flpeingfroni the rqd-- ( passed to him forthoilrst tlmoflt tho was 4 CTPwniny wfc"DH1 'see, except cursorily, .tho Column! an Ex- - fcoals, stopped' oho evening at a lowly tliLWirhit dinnpr; Uibl6 116 jt1dugliVit'1 was pound Fenner's Obfflorf; ipowtioii', oaiirtLTeamt) backt fe'elingl like cabin in. thd hills dud asked; 'for, 'foodl cake and took ri pretty goqid; sW ,feljde;' ellef .fa It M 'ono ortnb'follisBolomdn'writesso much An old woman wl'ioanswerdd'tliqifsum- -' Imagine ids surpriso when ho had taken DcIOeforlMriAi-This 'ehronlo attafck inons demanded of tiiem wild' (hoy about InTroVe'rbfl coust'I jIatioM." reacnfnB a'bito lo find, (as ho (hoiiglitjilts who acted as, spoiesman, Ud'ciirWitvftr jojTm'pfJrtrtloety, hereditary in m fafai were. uont parts were made' up 'of sawdust. eyefttSizljiu.su" jlyjimtistlje partly, oxcuso for my mlss replied: Holiad p59j,ta(iglt,ihat'i. was a sign of lut oi Pln sfcooto- - ing thochief qcoasionaolwmyollfe for '''Wo are melnbers of the legislature, to leavo anything on his pawr Inflsmmitlpn, sightseeing. Xet.Jn all candor, I must and h'avd been compelled to' leave' 'Cliar- plate at tho table or in other words to i p Ft klwayi ourei i n iniffvp:jn,c6 lottcsvlllo on accdutit of tlie apprbiicli of swclUsjaid pib.: 'aekAJqdrfe. or confp,sa "Re eat tekeij-jUtoWar' 'to what m meroly curious. Thesodawns the enemy." conscqi nentiv no iounu uuuseii in a ui- - UBderirh4tefcr',lim9 InflaHimaUoo U'louadv JiM "Rldoon, tlien.yo cdwardly khaVcs;" 1 his Wad'thi. lUtl lonr, obo) thr ,er Poldea of dayitght.and sunbursts from tho rim of lomma to.wSirmvkimsmtiv feloi t it wlU Rellet sure,, Jhvfi, It haVchlnd eVening, bringing 'pn' 'i,H phe replied in rigiitebds 'wra'di. "M'y ould (ppUedi extsroally, pd io mental coniuMptloB, moon husband and sons have gone to ' Charlot(hour whejljceftjmUethe tho taken in 5 drop dosui pa amsll lumrf it bo im: brolted finger. JPut tadutcsjhn cqmetftrips wherq sleep thq tesville tb fight for ye, and yb aro gritt;vtMlxta'ro befoKThlm.tand Yo lly I ternally. Vou hj e cberihed"ones of like curs. "Clear out ye shall forest trees, ins Jieuei,(m n tfta v aurvi "" .w. have forgotten.wliieh.of tho two evils he ' laltfqoted'in tji'upaom'lolnlb.llibir p'rthj havo ndthlng here!" l eschewed. Sufllce It to say that tho 11 "Put," expostulated Mr. Henry, ''wo itho birds and beasts', yea,, tlie people too. ilse'fiii l,ll.V,ljl l (1. 7 n,lil Ha! Mnn are eoref bjrl id oU Elghu You 'feavs lirtcA'lt all are, discourse, continuous,, declaring ..AM tot seKtHNMt.Md loufld JIWtM ,M)re4 UaMr il'imUjieeCwAaii. DVliStHi tho Ijgilattlre..brtkeritupailWthy7hero' piece of Ii,l1t,ii,nillnn nf fnA litnra: A. ;charmlM As I watch my cork, angling in ir,J.,,lM cough Consumption li'oVyou, ,k Will" the Ohio' rTvcr; i seem tb feet MoTy'ulrb, think he would liave.flod had it not been itPtopq.b.ftihad gotten ehronlo cU on ins ul Jr., ' pecessary?" Stater, our roWlBi. 'NolBflsMfitkML'Baeokuyp- - 'Walter C.' lrrls', TomHAbendth luL;BlcUt.oli the 'tjon, ,Jt rul t prphl.lnftf8ti9 .to MUt. and Fatiler'Piliy llsteulng to mo think. I "I dt whys ("houghf A grdat'Obal of ' jfr. Words are inadequate to 'express' Ills' Tata U why it cures "consumption Just 4 it Harrisbh tlll'tadw," roplied:tlif woman,' men'orJlcf! astonishment at finding his mouth filled irouM sort thro. or' flux.i 4' fsles, teetiihi What do I neuralgia. Tho sore in your Jungs is neti4 !Onp "hb'd'htf business to run avny,"'and'sliW rjvej weoo upon - fit m$ with "sawdust" again. Ann I don't qxnd jou sro well. Qno sor.o Is not muclt ualjke ' 'gratefulnoss (or friends, living here, and was about to close the door. another.' No laHsmmAtlon,' 'no sore; no A, Ubtespoontul cijmS; L, Qf)pp, PS. aii.vo, up yonder, "Hold, good woman," urged Mr,, nay, If stU(otlon not given money refunded, It, Now for a word or two more about our Henry, "you must know that Mr, Tyler St UOIHD UHH BTMJi , WT W CUMppOlOIO. "cttitakenL'lii.IiilC rJi- u a ,f 'Ij! t i Ofl ni I 'i yowl Wherefore should I, awrel! Casual kilting I condemn; Other lips your ll will meet When my kisses die on theml Should I grieve thnt.thls should lie? IKin J? ClariHoJ 111 .ThMrisfian Ea&gelTBt. KM Babies .'!:,,l Scott's IT'S WAR tvJ in s.i : v l J w. i i. I;. al EnitilsiOiti :." yisJD Btop&W 4" TO THE KNIFE betwedn 'LEVYS',' Third aud,MarkeCf? j'fLouisvilie's Ureatcst Ulothing; iurnlBliings, Hat ana 43hoaJIousoZ.aud.the otiier housesi Wo have long dono THE business, inl,OLQTUIQl; ,wq are de- -. , termincd now to do it in tho other lines we carry, Wo aro "getting,therq" sq.. u fast that competition ATE. Ndver wero so many "fake schemes", j , "ItterycliemcalljuiiLilMulo "dn hand before. rhere aro:"Firo Sales''anil, Ooessingi'and raqkeU" all io nq , .SHQJi DEP'T is booming ; , , avail. Tho crowds eep coming to LEV Yfo',. Tile HAT DEP'T Is booming, and1 we nro Belling 'moro FURNISlklN.GS, than', ' tfny other house. every day; ayiv lllayforj.'JIUEHt specials and cntptlces under them' Avd we want the folks to un- Inratnnil. trint. Nn AfATTRP WHAT PliinPS ATV nTltfe'n "irn'lTRK'lT AK NAMED, DOES.NAME, OR VILL NAME,, LEWS' HAS HAD,' NClV llXtf AND' VltL, HA.Ye'' LOWiEH PRICES, Sdndaicash. MAIL ORDER'; money refunded If goods fall io please; exprcsspaid on orders bf $5 or moro, for 200 miles from Louisville. jAridtheiknlfe to"tho-PRICI,,n6- , grows-DESPE- Je out-of-to- 1EeVny$'W nt rftttr cfc TJjV "IT "i 1 f l inq'liil-ecia's'to'tn- oSfclsa mh liJiflS'i jt s He-was- i ," Awfti , n ffl!&&Vtiff 4" nt me6a5' - Cot-treh- or Col: Christinb' wUld'Hot'takb' to'lu'gh't' -r wltlibut goo'dea8o'n, w6uld tho'y?!; ';'"""' THE POPULAR FAVORITE"Nd, Indeed'." shd said. -"But they are libre," said Mr. Hchryj ' poihting'tohiscdihp'anibns. " '' ' 1 w. fl 1 I J I 1 I n 1 ' TheToId"woniari gaied at tlie' party j but' ' ' I! ' " ' " ' ' " ' " rejoined: "No bdttcr; we love these gentlemen,' -- . Nearly-Ha- lf but if they1 havo run Away from the1 British they shall have tlbthlng'td'eat in' - - , il rriy house.". In this extremity Mr. Tyler stepped forward and said : "What would you say, my good woman if I were to tell you that Patrick Henry had fled with tho rest?" "Patrick, Ilcnryl" Bhq answered angr rily, and wih much disgust. ('Patrick Henry, sir wquld novcr do bucIi u disrepi qtable, cowardly act!" ASSORTED FLAVORS IN EACH CARTOON. "But this is Patrick Henry," said to him. Tyler, pointing The. old woman was speechless fqr; a moment, iier faco depicting most proAt length she found astonishment. said: "Well, then, If that is Patrick Henry it must bo all, right. Como in, ye are welcome to tlie best I liave." Blue and is to Gray. : , i ri i "TrcrQ-M'f- c' ipn :a-1VIill- '(yj m 'I lifcrj si 3'. ivl ("J Ml 1 I 1 nt. dakes ii,Wi.i!,il GotiSumedEyery"Week; ii- - - iJ ra ! iu NO GRIT, NO DIRT. That is Why Everyhody ,'Cliews T, ,. vI - its 1IS3 KISS.1!!E.,, tni ui rim !r"'( 1 .'! h,K..,' Now the time Before theRusit come. , McQUA DY Republicans are all happy. " J. W. Palo lias a long grin bn his face; ' It's a boy. ' Meeting closed with good success. J. D, Taul, and Miss Mina Bland were married Thursday, Nov. 1C Wo wisli them a ldng llfd and many. J. D's 'added in 'their, old to them to comfort-thet age Ben Patd has returned home from Kansas. Our school is sliding along nicely. J. W. Wright, who sprained his foot some eight' week ago, is still suffering from tho effects of It. Born, Nov. 10, to tho wife of F. F. '" Weatherford, a girl. W. R. Moorman sold his fat hogs to E. L. Robertson at 5 cents per pound. Win, Frank is expecting his now; engine every day, Wo wish id success with it. Mrs. John Frank, who has been very sick for so long, is improving. J. W, Wright;and family yisitpd, Mrs J. 0. Pate, Clover Creek, last Saturday, Mrs. Pate is very low with consumption. . We are nicely, 'Exery thing comfprt-abl- y at biasy, "and can fix'JfQilJ'iip your leisure, but if .you; that Men, JWjbmeh,; thinkingin-h8-1slfeqQ!unlftii- 3 -- Boys, Girls - and Children .1 two-whe- "Wear. x wait 'till the. snow flies; ydu'l1 find everything, jamrne'd 'fvith, eager buyers; Gertie winter suit, the heavy overcoat; the thick underwear, all winter fixings now, and when the; cyclone strikes you'll be ready!, We knov"yoirwill""come " here, but come early. ( ' God-fe.arln- JACOB ... . -- & . MEYER, BIG-- ! . SPRINC. KY. 1 n, Among tho incidents of cliildlidd'that stand out in bold relief, as bur memory rbverts to'tlio dayswlidn" wdwerd young, notae'ard ,m'did"pfbminentnlhan Bdvere' slcknesS. Tlio'yoUng'mother' vividly' rd' memhers thbt ItSVas blialnuerlaTns Cough'' Remedy cured her' bf 'croup, and in turn administers it lo h6r bwn' oflsp'ring rind always Wltlithe'besl results F6r'Ba1o"by ,A. It'. Fisher, Cloverport, 'and' Witt & ' Meador, Hardinsburg. , FREE! FREE! 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(. 1 .... 1 A , , . . - . n 1 m t n fi eorn.bre4JjHlXou,d A'Cora-craokeri mitwsm ti 'l lifel-r'thes- ' Making- things lively imTJn- P 'dWwWi 'Xl'li' '$ o . , - l . . !. 'I .,-- , U jBb'leinniy 'declared' it' ho 'libel to' call 'a iwomau l'a woman" tlibugli slid ckfrta I 111 , f jhU, An Kncllli Judco arid "iury havo m re'asbh vh.eIi', yott come, and tobe'alaay;" i if you've any .Qurisbty OA.thai ' ' j am lifte.ltin'rjay'you atdnce, ' . ' t0 coni! ' fi U n If! AI hi fffnilC UMJBVeitfia '9 H M ii iiftafol WMkMft ;;;r,Blki9fe',wWi '; " ' '.SULZEP, ' in'Olove'rpbrt.' ' Jno. D. Babbage, E. C. babbage, Mnnagcr, " -- tuil i0 . n. Tfr.the C. Certain Chill Curo,v Is riot bst romedy 'yertliavo ever use for Chill and Fevrr youp money will ho .reftrndad. VrleeVO ct. k- - HlMiM,WQfmfHwvKUMi J "EtOTiDi'SJVnYWHKKK. Tntn 1 BtfHilaJI,WWW ., rf, VI! imiFUGE JaEfcyaB ,wn. av miwmi i'ssfc . , . tltH! lUIIU'WMMRICCU.. WW. " I ",&$ W, t -- )W( : lft- - .ly?-- - vir 4Vk'''W of Agriculture, Jeremiah . WWWMW MI M THE BRROKHHfttDGfik M&W. GLOVaftOR, Breckenridge News.1 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20U893. Jno. D. Mall & jr'Ex-ikQKULr- KY. ' K isusu is aeaa.fA r BRANDENBURG. in T. 0. Baboaga, Edltori and ProprUt'n Members of tho New York Legislature receive 11.500 a year. f i I "penFiast Friday afternoon at Mrs. Bro. Clerry will'prcacli on- - thanksgiv- ing Day. Ii.tlt.Express going IJbT. Local tad V tfxrreti Loea. - ' 1SIX people. "" a"'ralfttf. " " Eait Eit Wait Time Card. .42 -- 10.38 0.00 - 9.15 B Wait Bast. Wait a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. -- .Il.3i4a.rn. - 9.10 a.m. PAGES. a year to run tbo Mass last Tuesday and Wednesday morning at St. Georgo. Tub noted Kentucky out law, Wila, .HBSciUgnesiMaiin'aml 'Agnes Wor-land Howard will be hanged in Missouri Dec! aro at homo for a short stay. 20th. Mr. Andrew Fairlcigh has been con- buy)oJk iftaeiitOlfcia bedJnilila very wuchlbetter. -- lVyou havn'tfaHyiniOBoylto Stuart It. Yonug and Miss Addle Q. tho (UcstIon is, what have you done Ditto spent Sunday with the Misses nitli your summer wages. Lewis. U.K income tax is not popular with the The Maryland State building at the World's Fair which cost $20,000, has been Bold for less than $1,000. The latest report from tho committee on Ways and Means is to tho effect that the duty on refined sugars will bo reduced 50 per cont. Br coata $500,000,000 ro. covcrnmcnu iTiiK State has entered suit to prevent the consolidation of the L. it N. railroail and tbo C. O. & 8. W. jJitE Now "Y6rk Sun has more sound Democracy to the sqiiare Inch than any aper published in America. olmxtoii 1'owcrs, says tho Messenger, The first thing the legislature ought to do is to repeal tio Primary; Election Mass ConvenLaw.' The tions are the best. Attorney General Hendricks lias Building brought suit against ninety-sihas only two Republicans left in his ser- and 'Loan Associations in this state for1 vice and tbo heads of these will go off failing to comply with the provisions of soon. tho new corporation law'. x early up stit. mightystronger inin tho morales? do He is this county day than1 he ever was. --- LTiik man that beats Alex Montgomery for Congress in this district will have to to to- -, An effort will bo made by the citizens of Owensboro to have their public build- in? enlarged. It will cost $30 000. The bui.ding isjjntirelytpownall for transact-ing tho government business. " Rachael McQqonant who left 1802, ja here from Hillsboro, " III., to see old friSndsT Milton Woodcolored, died last week! from complication of.dlseasesiyf He hod tho resnect of ihowlilte'comniunilv. A pleasant surprise "party atMrs. S. P. Woolfolk's and the Aid ntlMrs. were the only social gatherings of tho week. mwvt Mrs. J. W. Richardson had expected to entertain aran aiteruoon tea tins week, but as Mrs. Taylor Hayncs is quite sick, she has postponed iU Wll!G?innell haTl aii Invitation to Thftnknimintr dinner nt Mr. Xont's. of Now" Albany. He is of the firm of Neat? Ricbard&qn & Co., Louisville. fi ITnn. PlinmtTA WitMinn find uffn nm permanently settled in Owensboro. Waj are poorer oy ineir loss anu iuey 01 uiai city much richer. They are good, noble Mrs. hereabout Vi .Missionary JSociety 'held an unusually pleasant mectlpg lost Florida's orange crop this year is much , The Secretary, of tho 'United Staes Sunday night. D. W. Lewis warmly larger in quantity than previous years. Treasury puts out the" startling informaurged tho necessity of a choir and one is tion that during the It is estimated at 5,000,000 boxes and fourv months pro- was organized to sing at both churches. also much1 earlier? Oranges in tin's mar- -' ceeding October last there vwas an in. Father Herbuth, Louisville, now has kct are than apples. crease bfovcr $125000,000,. fn money in charge of the Catholic 1 churches hero and ' there is a cry of circulation, and still-at Paynesville. He was educated in Clever Jim Severe of Vnion Star.lTas hard times. Paris, France, and is a talented man place in Ben been given a i i from whom we expect to enjoy boiiio enJohnson's district. No moro deserving We hear considerable complaint about man or a7stauncher .Democrat could the.bad condition of.tho school houses in tertaining sermons. The Aids continue with unabated zeal. havo'bech given' tho 'position and his many districts of tho county. It is still exert a appointment will moet with the approv- soraebodysbusinessto put the school "Snap" nnu- "plates" mystic spell over their devotes and on al of all good Democrats. ' . Qjj j n houses in lrcpalf,-an- d keep them so for Friday' night tho charmed circle the comfort of tho children. Especially next will meet at Mr. Bondurant's to continue Accordino to the report of the Secre- is thisdesirablo in the winter months. tho whirl and tho catch. tary of Agriculture nearly half of tho Miss Daisy Mclntyre's per cent in iu peoplo in this country are fanners. There Senator Vorhces said in a speech to are, ho says, in tho United States J 0,000,-00- 0 tho Democrats of Indiana a few days ago strumental music for the quarter was 08 farms upon which dwell more than thatlhere'was no reason why the party In voeal'05. As Daisy was my first best 30,000,000 peoplo who furnish more, than should be discouraged. He believed we pupil for four years, I'm not surprised at 74 per cent of the valuo of the exports SI10 ranged Republicans on her excellent standing. were able to meet - every political issue,the "IhaTllio "party equally as well in other studies. of this country. and The new coiners to this sphere of ours in due timo would redeem every plodge TiiEiiE is plenty of work on the farms it made to tho people. in the last two months arc nearly all of the m this county. Most any man if ho will feminine gender. A girl baby at Mr. work at all can find work on the farms, There is no reason why tho Demo- and Mrs. II. T. Hayues, followed ono at and can make his board and bed and crats should nof win the fight for tho Mr. and Mrs. Mohan's. Girls prepond something to spare. If you aro in tow n county offices here in '04. The late de- erato now I sympathize with the boys, and out of a job, our advice is to strike feat should not discourage anybody. That was a good one the Messenger for tho country. There are many ways to account for our got oil on our official prominent in losses in the November contest, but why religious circles and the not to be found Tick farmers as a class are the most in- grievo over spilt milk. Let us counsel bible. Now you sqe how fortunate it dependent peoplo on earth. They together, and in tho contest ahead put was that tho wife was an Episcopalian have plenty to cat and big warm our best men forward, and avoid all You 11 never nnu one without a prayer fires to sit by. And yet you hear them wrangles in our own party lines. Tho book. complain of hard times, just liko their News believes that there is victory nhead This little burg served as a gretna city cousins. The fact is they know very if tho boys will stand together. Hut green last luesday for an eloping couple little about hard times and they first of all we counsel harmony and good from Harrison county, Ind. Wilson ought to be tho happiest and best con- fellowship from the beginning. Jenkins weio tho contracting parties. tented peoplo in tho world. Ceremony at St. Cloud by Bro. Clerry, There aro no better fighting Demo- with Will Howard and Will Griunell The "Texas" is getting in good shape crats in the world than those of Indiana. groomsmen. and it won't bo long before she will be Not longer than lost week about 200 of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cosperko wero in out of the hands of tho receiver. We tho leaders of tho party in that State, Louisville last week. Georgo, to see his hope tho Messrs. McCrockens will como met at Indianapolis and pledged their physician, Dr Wm. Dugan, who says he out of their recent embarrassment with allugiance to its principals, and express- only needs time and earn to be u well flying colors and glide on to fortune. If ed their faith In Cleveland, and. his adnun again. George is loud in praiso of any sot of men deservo success thoy do. ministration, and in his ability to restore Dr. Dugan's ability and skill as a sur They have dono much for Breckenridge vo.iGdence in all sections. Indiana geon nnd as he hails from Meade county, county. sometimes flops and goes over to the we all naturally love to hear his praises but it is not for the want of sung. Colorado it is claimed will not mi fie r leadership. JJotk parties are strong in So "Frank" of Messenger fame and from the decline in silver, but on the numbers, and when a fight comes on, the from Breckenridge county will bo a other hand will bo much benefitted. w hole of them turn out and yprk like candidate for County Judge. Let's see Itccent discoveries there show that tho beavers. . A n rt what you'll do for anothertaunch Demstate has moro wealth in gold than in t ocrat without tho aid of Meado. "Frank" silver and that there is gold enough The report of tho auditor of public ac had better come over the border and try thcro to supply labor for all tho silver counts to the Legislature, now in course for an office where Democrats reign more miners and to restore tho old timo pros-peri- of preparation, shows that out of lit) abundantly if some do fail to rally (oc Already tho gold boom has counties in tho state, only thirty-eigcasionlly) to their standard. been .strongly) felt andwhat were mero nnld more revenue into the 'treasury j for Mrs. Gjeorgo Clarkson returned last prospects nave been dovelopedilntOiWcll the year ending Juno j50 last tbnnTthoy. Weducsbay from a visit of two months paying propeitics. draw out of it, which wcro four less in to Mr. ui)d Mrs. Anslem Clarkson, Big niiinber than the previous year of 1892. It is reported that Gas City, Ind., is A.noteworthy fact of this table of re Spring. Miss Bettie Clarkson remained Mr, Anslem now one of the deadest towns in that ceipts and expenditures, a commentary with her Something over a year ago natu- in itself on tho government of counties Clarkson js getting feeble, but is looking state. better than he has for sometime. Ho ral gas was found there in large quanticontrolled by the Republican party, is ties. The result was that within a very the proportion of Democratic, and Re- was wth Mrs. S. P. Woolfolk while little spaco of time, what was formerly publican net revenue counties, taking here. It affords me gonulno delight to chron-icl- o a wheat field was Boon built up and con- tho lost presidential vote as a basis of two facts; that Mrs. D. W. Lewis is verted into a city of flvo thousand in- calculation. Of the Property sold at fabulous counties, only two paid moro money into 'recovering andthat Dr. D. O, Pusoy after habitants. prices and things wont on a wild boom the treasury than they drew out of it, a conflict with la grippe is "victor. I am equally grieved to indite the intelligence for somo time. Now tho tide lias turned which Is a proportion of .052 per cent. of Dick Ditto's relapse. Dick was able and it is said that everything there is at to rido out and no doubt contracted cold, a stand still. How'f This! but a speedy chango for tho better is We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward hoped. . SroRTSMEK should know that it is now I attended Sabbath school of the M. E. a finable offense to enter upon tho en- for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo church last Sunday and spent an Interclosed land of another for tho purpose of cured by Hall's Catarrh cure. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Props. esting and instructive hour. The Suphunting or fishing without the consent Toledo, Q., , erintendent, Mr. Tom Teare, is efficient of tho owner, and tho land does no t( reWo the undersigned, have known F. and painstaking. IThe teachers all1 Inquire posting. Section 121 of tho new terested In their work. An entertain"-rocn- t Kentucky law reads as follows: "Any J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and him perfectly honorable in all busifor tho children is on tho program person who shall enter upon tho inclosed lands of another for the purposo of shoot- ness transactions and financially able to for Christinas. The ladies of tho church ing hunting or fishing, without the con- carry out any obligation made by their will have a novel entertainment sometime during the holidays, besides, tho sent of the owner or occupant of said firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Missionary societies of tho Methodist land, shall be fined not less than five nor WaldinV, Klnnah & Marvin, and Baptist churches 'will have an oven-iii- g dollars." Upon Toledo, O. more than twenty-fiv- e Wholesale Druggists; Toledo, Ohio. of exercises together. Save up your reflection this seems to be a good law. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal- jcopjiers and nickels not to mention do! It does appear that a man's game should be protected as well as his stock, his ly, acting directly upon tho blood and larsaqd dimes. Surprises, pleasant ones, are far more Price, mucous surfaces of tho system. crops, his fruits, etc. 75c. per bottlo. Sold by all Druggists. agreeable than anticipated pleasures and it was just so when that "white' winged TniNosaro a little dull in this town Testimonials free. messenger" camo a few days sfneo from just now, but show us tho town that isn't that cousin of mine, Edwin Footo, bookof things exist in NEW BETHEL. dull. Tho same state keeper for Glentnoro Distilling Co., of other"towns,IIawesvlllo, Cannelton and Owensboro. It was freighted with kind Items ore scarce Owensboro lire all suffering or ,at least they eowpjJjjiJiiet (Mka people dp.hefe. Tho protracted meeting at Hito's Run expressions ,for mo and mino, with a happy account of his own little flock, folIt's a habit yeojilo havajfalien hito nioro Is progressing nicely. lowed by a dl&cription of a trip east to than mtl4ngj&aXItJiM oecosto This must surely bo a beef year, as chrbnIwitjJatjiiany.'Get qut of peoplo aro butchering so many beeves. our relatives. He tells me that tho will , missis thls,. wHMw y&our OnTast Tuesday" Miss "Cora ''Joriffii of the one wasAlexander in 'stillThere- '00. executed tho' money"g3,pekllyCwheo"yeufofi it while at sebeal received a v!blljpiw. in, by "hangs a tale." Wilis are not spirit from oneoTEe'r'clii'SesTln (Sfpkyful! ed away unless the spirit is clothed in mflnnerh1chalud-hbrofallI- ti and huftUCforattotherdollat andTyou'll hurt her badly but she is slowly improv-log- . habllImpnts,of tho flesh. Ed says lie takes'grcat interest In these letters. I'm feel better and mako times i'betlerv But glad to know that they afford him the feWll HtfittitU'MHng! ,Mr,nniL'if raj, James ftBrnep were In slightest pleasure and I'm happy to hear y Clove rport laat Monday shopping, from a number of" friends that they ' State, litAnd if she is a inches in" tho " communicating with mo through Hasn't Ttpcky Run froze up1?' Yu have-no-t dull taovV she'Von'tliO so o& and wo tle this medium. heard anything irom there lately. tire going to Uad by her. XounKi-Teonlea- ! Wiflett's school listening to recitations anofspScches by the pupils. Wo will all agree that an afternoon devoted to such exercises Is benefical in more was than one. Tho memory is strengthened, gained n$ well as somo knowledge of elocution ncqiilred. I was particularly pleased with Win. Bowling's sketch of Horaco Urecly, written from memory and expressed in his own language. All acquitted themselves creditably. Tho order and attention of the entire school reflected great honor upon Mrs. B. F. Willott and we aro justly proud to claim her as our teacher. Thanksgiving is upon ua and wo are expected as n nation to join iu tho "God has crowned thy work at last," We, frail creatures of humanity, have, throughout the year, been taught bcautlfjil lessons by our Creator and havojiccepted tho blessings of each season direct from His hand. Our favors have como "with tho morning light and in the darkness of the nighttime." They are coming all the time we may have mistaken some pf them because they came as sorrow, bereavemente, trial. If they liayp purified and refined us, given us more Christ like characters, were they not favors? Vacant chairs there maybe, hushed voltes too as we gather 'round the festal board but let us join pearls and hands for the promise, "Come unto me" rich and poor, high estate or low, yeteyery heart has cause for Thanksgiving. Let each give, it from an honeBt heart. You,,In your wav, I, in my way like religion, so it be heart felt, the form matters not. nn-the- THE DRUn$ASSI9NMEHT. l5! V A Statrraent FronVlhe Assignee And Mr. Lrury. ' ! J 1 f It WiikR fair nnd 8qarr,ljrlwnont nnd All Creditor wlll'Re'Pnld 1 Full. v Progress j;i i t I. ' r m t?i BMW.'iYWfl.k, Kt. Kov.'27. Mr Editor: Your Hardinsburg cor- In Your Interest STOCK ! j t T HARDINSBURG. L. H. &. W. TIME TABLE. OOIMO WIST. Paiiaogir Dally arr. liardlnburg-ll:4- 3 OOIKO p.m. store-keeper- 's f Paiianger Daily arr. llardiniburg.. liST. 7:50 a.m - Mr. Clint Hook has n rlerkshlp with Witt & Meador. Judge Will Hook returned from Missouri last week. Thoroughbred bronze turkeyB for salei Mrs. Taylor Beard. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jones, Big Spring, wero visiting friends here last week. Mr. Willie Beard has been laid up for &e era! days with Inflamatory 'rheumatism. Parties, who have crops of fino Uurle tobacco for sale, will do well to see Mr. Winebrinner, the tobacco buyer of our town. Prof Shacklett would liko to have a new pavement leading from Lewis' corner to tho new college building. It is needed. Mr, Coleman Harwell returned from Lcitchfield last Saturday, whero he had been to attend a meeting of the District' Stuarts of th3 M. E. church. The oyster supper given at Mattingly's Hotel last Saturday night for the benefit of the Normal College didn't pan out very well. The receipta were small. Send your,.order8 to Babbago, Clover-por- t; for fine Christmas candies. The largest assortment on the market. A special line of these goods at fifty and. seventy-fiv- e cents per pound. TOBINSPORT. ' f, ty ht grand-parent- s. thirty-Republic- -- 4 be-lio- Plenty of rain and mud. Frank Smart was hero Sunday. Alex Alii is visiting his sister, Mrs. Alice Taylor. Spare-rib- s Bring us all tho go now. over some Ed. Thanksgiving services at the Baptist church Thursday. Our school continues to increase both in number and interest. Eli Taul, from the Taul neighborhood, was tho guest of W. R. Polk, Sunday. Web Taylor and wife went to Louisville Wednesday and returned Sunday. A protracted meeting will commence at tho Methodist church Tuesday night, conducted by Rev. Edenboro. Lonna Gilbert, who wo reported last week as gone to New Orleans, came home Sunday with pneumonia fover. The young folks seem to have a good joke on Alvo Ryan. Thoy say ho has heart trouble and don't rest well at night. j. Mrs. Nannie Tinsley (nee Colvin) has moved- - with her husband from Louis-vill- o to her farmhere and expects to make this their fiituro home. Dill Winchell has built an ice house and dug a pond. So we expect to have plenty of ice next summer if tho weather is cold enough to make it this winter. The neighborhood was surprised Sunday evening by the death of Robbie Suters, a ten year old boy of Wiley Suter's. He liadjieon complaining as his pirents thought with a sprained anklo up till noon Sunday at which time he ate dinnerand in fifteen minutes wasa corpse. With his aching body in his mother's embrace his. little spirit took its flight to a world on high. May God comfort the bereaved father and mother. Officers Eleoted. BreckenridgO'Lodge, No. 01, K. of P. elected the following officers last Monday night Chas. May, Chancellor Commander; A. A. LaHeist,Vicc-OhancelloSamuel Conrad, Prelate; Alfred L. Oolze, Master of Work; Gus Brown, Keeper of JJecord and Seals; Tom Prescott, Master at Arms; Toney Nicholas and A. L. Oelze, Trustoes; Scott Vance, Master of Finance; Eugeno Haynes, Master of Eqchequer. r; respondent in your last week's issue gave a statement of W. N. Drury's assets and liabilities and his statement was bo far from the appralsment that I think I owo it to all partlt s interested in the matter to fdve. a statement showing, the true statu of tho case. Hiaasaits when fully made up by tho appraiser will be about $3700. Liabilities about $2250. The above figures will not bo far from tho facts eithor way, whey fully made out. His property under tho exemption law will bo not far from $700. This action was taken by him in order that his creditors might all eharo alike in tho distribution of, his effects, and that it might not be sacrllised at forced sales at this very dull timo for selling all kind of property. Somo of his smaller creditors had already threatened him with a suit This is a straight transaction so far as I know from the ground up and will bo so carried to tho end nd ovory creditor will, in the cud, be paid in ful). Alonzo Bennett In connection with the, rxbove state ment of Mr, Bennett, I wish (o say that tho property I hold as exempt is almost as safe in my hands as,it would be if assigned and four hundred dollars of it at least will be turued over to tho assignee at the proper time if he should need tin settling my liabilities. Tho property, assigned, is all valuable and appraised at as near' Its true valuo as possible. There is in It one piece of property worthy 6f especial notice. That is my store house, which cost when built $2400, and while it is truo that I bought it at a small figure it was owing to tho depressing effect of the railroad panic that tho place was just at that timo suffering from. Since it has been proven that it is yet near, it not the best point in tho county for tho business for which it Is used, and that business of all kinds in the place Is in a prosperous condition, this house alone ought io sell readily for $1500. Persons who have mon6y to invest would do well to consider it as t will pay good per cent on the investment and will be sure of a tenant all tho Utile. While' it is true, circumstances have Dlaced me In a con dition that I thought it best' for all par ties concerned, 'for my creditors and myself to mako an assignment, but if my property was to sell for what it has cost mo I would have inb'ro left after' paying' liabilities than I commenced now nearly five years ago besides having made a support for a large family. Messrs. Driiry, Bennett & Co, who now occupy the house (I have no interest in tho new firm) sold In 30 days including the latter part of October and first of November, $800 in cash and produce and while aiming and Intending to do a: strict cash and produce business my guess is that they let slip on tick to guilt edged customers twoor'thrto hundred on short time. If any ono will show me anything in this arrangement of my affairs that is crooked I will esteem it a favor and Btruighten It with pleasure. I regret the necessity of having my affairs made so public but am trying to do right and bo intend to continue to tho end. W. N. Diivby, A LARGER A Better Assortment. . . u AUTUMN HANGS The Lucky Horse Shoe V OVER OUR DOOR Ml - It means n 1 ' Good Luck to every, buyer who gets inside of yoiir "!e store this season.0 -- : it.t , AN ENTIRE NEW Line of Seasonable Dress doobs, the latest patterns and weaves, at prices that will soon dump them off H our ,' counters. tilt ' j, VEST Or 70a are all worn out, n ally t.oo.1 fur nothing II Is general 1 elililtr. '1 ry O. u , I ',tf- !, I ' !!( 1 dillHlff ' i' . Y fU ' 1' 'l V iJTO Ult JIA( K All I JtHUMX'M MOV- ft ITT hllS. will cure you, and give a good appetite. liv all dealer: In medicine. Cheer Up Owl-- d Boy. Sold i CLIFTON MILLS, Joe Fitch is having fits again, it'a an MX TimeB may be hard and money close, but these things have their compensation. Wo can now sell you an OVERCOAT very very PERSIMMON FLAT Miss Alico Mattingly wdi tho guest of Miss Kittle Elder Sunday. ( Miss Alico Seaton was the guest of Miss De&sie Elder Sunday. Mr.Eugene Greenwood was the guest of Miss Dessio Eider Sunday. Mr. Charles Mattingly was tho guest of Miss Luella Wheatly Sunday Messrs. Walter King and Leo Elder wero tho guests of Misses Bertha and Jessie Hawkins Sunday. Ji. Mr. Harvey Uecd Laccyvllle, O. Catarrfi Hoart Failure, Paralysis of the Throat 1 Sara-pariltaf- or 1 "I " (Jentlemen For the bencflt o( differing humanity I wish tq state a few (act); For Beyeral years I have suffere'd from catarrh and heart failure, gctUng so bad I could not work and Could Scarcely Walk I had a very bad spell of naraljiU of the throat some time ago. My, throat seemed closed and Thank God and Jood'a Perfect Mealth.'f I cauld uoc mrtilloir. The doctors said It was caused by heart failure, njut paYe medicine, which I took according to direction!, but It did not seem to do me any cood. My wife urged trie to try Hood's, barsaiiarilla, lelllug me of Mr. Joseph C. Smith, beeju who-bis- At but ftejr as entirely cured by 'Hood's Sarsaparllla. talking with Mr. BailUi, I concluded to fjf Hood's garsaparllla. When Ih" rjkea IVl Death's vDoor poutlnuad taMPB It, and as) nPW IM1IW IflH CUtMCI TC1I 1UUVU UCIUIfi 4 IthMiKOWjapd, WW IAIO ftte lato-J.'B- A Novelty from the Pacific Slope. A Whittling Bird from the Sooky Mountains. Clomtollf en-Jo- Tho celebrated whistler, Miss Iteagon, from California will glve ono of her QUEENSWARE. unique and entertaining recitals nnder Now Is your time to nurchaso Oueens-war- o auspices of the Ladies Aid Society in the and Glassware, a tho Methodist church Friday evening remnonta left, and are we have out few closing at 1. Admission, adults 25 cents, chilDec. cost. Wo will make it to your interest to call. Babbage's. dren 10 cents. and my wife for my restoration to perfect health," JUnyr.Y IIkVp, UceyTllle, Q. HOOD'S PILLS da not pure, pain pr grip, but ar) promptly, aatlly and astrlently. H.' Hood's Sarsaparllla eight pound girl. 8..B, Payne, of Stephensport, was visiting his parents near here Sunday. N. D. Payne and wife, of Webster, camo down Sunday to visit his mother who has been sick for somo time. Some enterprising doctor desirinc one of the btet locations in the country would do v ell to give this placo a consideration. The Third party ought not to overlook uncle George Mercer in making up ifs slate for the county ofllces unless they ihave him booked for Congress. Everybody has known for sometime that lhe'"Lodi" correspondent had no help in writing his items. A man that raises such corn as he does can "cutter" unaided. The party at E. J. Beauchamp's last Friday night brought the young folks together from fur and near and the universal opinion of all present was that Mr. and Mrs. Beauchamp are adepts at entertaining. For sometime we have eagerly listened for wedding bells, but the only chimes that greet our ears Is tbo tinkling of bells on the town cows as the prospective groom drives them home at. eve. Lobiburg correspondent you are mistaken about where some parties, aro from of whom you mako frequent mention, live. Thoy trade at Lodiburg get their mall at Lodiburg and also their voting sentiment, hence they are not of this place. The Third party claims to bo composed of the best people ;bn earth and we believe it, for whero their organization is strong you will find the greatest number of sanctified people. The "Lodi" correspondent seems to take pfTenso at the item from here in regard to "blear-eye- d cranks'' he had the item and looked In. the glass and thought it was himself lie has nopne to blame but himself for the title. 4 Thls is a free, grand and glorious .country and all claseea shonlil march along hand in hand in peace and harmony and America's proud bird of liberty looks up at tho stars arid klripesiand screams with delight at the totai demolition of a misguided portion of 'our citizens who havd clamored for extreme legislation in order that gigantic agricultural plutocracy might be built up in this country. Prom anotherCorreapondcnt,. Miss Kinma Wheeler haadond a cood ibjHilne8BIn her ljno tlitf'falVJinUlinory ana drensmnklng, pome on ladies, , We have a gay time with thoiioMoo!o. vine fellows when they come, hero to mill, thoy talk, and laugh junt to suit us come back boys. The Lodiburg correspondent must have been badly in the soup last week, he did not know a cooking stovo from nn organ. See. Mr. James Whltworth cheap. This iB your opportunity ' grasp it. Or if any of tho ladies at homo want a WRAP, tell them to como to us. Wo have a big lino to select from and our prices will bo the lowest. Thus it is the part of wisdom to provide yourself now with a Winter Wrap. Conie Now, To-da- y. SULZEE'S P. S. Watch SANTA GLAUS will bo in our store next week. FERRETS. delher trained Ferrcti, either male or lemsle, at the Expre.t office In Cloverport lor IS 00 each, cah. Now Is the time to prepare for your winter's sport. W. S ASHBV.CIoverport.JCy. I will Address A Valuable Farm for Sale. home-stea- Qth, 189J, the d J. Mercer, containing Forks of Hough, IS will be told at public !?e,onihe.Pre'n,l,,:to,',e niKhetf bidder, of the price to be paldcath In hand.tand the remainder to be paid In equal Installment!, payable one and two yean, the purcha.er required to execute bond, lor aald deferred with good and auflicfent security Cayment. .U per cent. Intereat from date until paid. Location of land, aald tract ol land la situated on the. Lcitchfield and llardiniburg road, nine KrVVof L",,ch,f eld,i 'C l regarded as one ,11 reck en ridge county. of the One hundred aiid( sjaly or seventy acres of the land are cleared and under good fence and In a high state of cultivation. , one-thi11 jf On Saturday, December frm or the late M. 40 acres, situated In the lireckenrldgq county, Ky coutalnlne eleven rooms,, it situated on land, and a beautiful yard w(th handrome r"l'e.l''yttHiiiae well In the water, lias two good barns'and all necessary out houses. An abundance of stock water all ;ver the farm. Persons. wanting a s farm and a beautiful home will do well to be on hand on day or sale. For furthtj particular address J. N.MHRCBIt, McDanltls. Kv. the. Description A first.claM two-tor- dwelling-hous- e, iVfif'V prst-clas- Br. J. L. Moorman. li r ''Tnf ww vi Resident Dentist 1 ' Ofllco OLOVERPORT, KY. wm, Dr. ir. T. Owen, KMd AU kinds of Dental work don and guaranteed. ef BrldKe. Kctat tatli-faetkm T dauahtfrs with a nice cooklnp ration In. Certain flhill Lodl-"- 1 presented his stead of an organ as stated by tho burg correspondent last week. ant anq guaranteed cure for Fever, Ajrue and Malaria Better than Qulalae. Price 00 ct. Children liko to talco "O. O. O. n..-- ,. mrnmmpfmnmemm wfTfPWffJf wwr uNnprnm nw( it m wwnjnyinJi'wviiF,"Krfvi"iT"V' ' THE. BRROKENRIDGE NEWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. BRECKENRIDGE ;. ljEffl S. - ; w. HARNED. J. i.. $ tlio hoyn .ta A amm&KttnsssixsMBmEmmmam A THANKSGIVING TURKEY. WBDJfESDAY, NOVlBUBEtt 20, IS13. jff .L PNEUMATIC Hi iT Wiiit R ..fA a.1 SUt-KV- u. An IntnilloitTlmt. f In tlio history of rottiiiKttiil;ninnin)i( .... iul'vh lib tlio end.of 'tKe,nin(iIocntli cent llnra. Aililetf til Hie H.ireil .t - tury'nothlng.wlll'wJckpy'a. B tnortfprofel which liaa knockod an SimrFciablo time a ientilaco thantho4psfuiimtio siilky, V An PNEU1IATI0 RAC1NO BUIJCY. oil tho mllo record. Tho now trotting horses aro not so much foster than tho old onea ns thoy Beom.to be, for the pneumatic ' anlky helps them to got over the road faster. Another help is tho kito track, not yet so well established In popular, favor' us the pnbumatlo sulky. Oncb this sulky wad invented, the won-de- r was that nobody had over thought of It before. The f ramo pf tiio sulky is made Quito n'hiimber attended tlio Meyer iVweltAveddlng at Bums Tuesday. MrMIpBasham purchased a house and loiiriSlrtrnedinitliisplace and will Uecomea cltiien.of;Harneid.soon. Wm.iOtto haslbeen.liere for soveral days 'attending to the ; Llislness of tho Ilensloy & Jolly Staveantf Lumber Co. Mr. Alfred Payno stopped off with us Monday as he was on his way fjorai- tho Falls of Hough. Be careful man Gray' '- ' son. Mrs. Wesley Tucker and 'Ed will soon open up.buslnesshero. ThP8lyloof the 'firm will bo' Tucker '& - Here la Your TliankuclvliiE Turltojr, and He lin llmuty. 1 1 ii i ned is attending schoot lit tlio ,.vTurkcys for Thanksgiving should bo ' ' pushed on rapidly in tho fattening now, IIonlinsburK.CollegO.,." fel" saw 'tiiltintUboy may look liko tho big Clrtlloway AUowJllliii'no tlijlr low In tho picture Every turkey that tflll'to Kft'k tliis week.' is wortli fattening nt all can bo brought Art Goodman tolls the boys some niir- - Into ns good condition ns this prize winner if "tlio blood is good. Scrub turkey aehlons tales of the west. Mrs; J.neb, of Vine drove, Is visiting blood ia as unsatisfactory mi scrub horso or cow blood. Our Illustration shows n her brother, Mr. Mlrh Meyer. turkey. At tho poultry show in liuti'ih. Lee Tliis lol.l weather mnki--s I nJ ft SOME so-call- ed PERSONS THINE broneo New York last spring, and at several of the fairs this nntumn, bronzes quite as largo ns young calves were shown. The magnificent bronze is a cross tho American wild turkey ond tho old fashioned black turkey. Every person who works for his living deserves a couplo of gonerous slices of just such a bird as this for his Thanksgiving dinner. Farm peoplo can havo it easily, for they can rear their own birds. They can also Bell scino of tho lo-twe- We ought to publish "price lists" in connection with our great "Panic Sale" of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing. We decline to do so, be"price lists" are nothing but a "delusion and a snare," as cause the people are finding out every day. Come to us and we will give you price lists and bargains without a "string" attached. J0 in JULIUS WINTER & CO., ui Handsome and wise. Well Known "Writer mill Journal I t. The subject of this sketch ia n young and beautiful woman, who ia widely known aa tho author of Borne thrilling ttoriea which havo been published In book form, n writer of charming vers do societo and a successful worker in tho moro difficult field of journalism. Sho Sketch of THANKSGIVING TOnKEY. COR. THIRD AND MARKET, LOUISVILLE, KY. McGuflin. Messrs. JIat Payne and Hobt. AVeath-for- d. ft J '3kW aFlW.1111 i i v went to Loulsvlllo Saturday for tho purp6se of purchasing clothing. Lets wait for thoboj-s- . Tho Republicans got the cako this this.time, but tliey puht not to ,boast. Wo would havo got jn half of them if there had been four .candidates. As it twastlieviplayedlqw game to purshigli ' &'upV. ' ririskell principal of Harned Mirpoll?fi', tea?hT unUlVurie:' Andry w is an excellent teacher as well as a g.;nUemaii,Wp.,ilippOand.,al80pbelleyo; he will, make a good Superintendent. We wish him i uccess both as a teacher and Superintendent.! r p, of It is Buppiscti tlio Nr.ivH aro ncnualntcd with our town "of Hatnetl and of lujr .business facilities. . Sho is situated on tlio U, a s w. it. thrco miles from he county scat and is composed of 150 as good moral and intellectual citizens as are in tho state Wo have three stores conducted by good men who wait on their customers as nicely- - for .tho Cash osariclerks inthe fhatkall-ihcSreaders as light as ppssiblo ami to this aro fitted; Usually tho irallio tho bicyclo"wheels. is mado.byono firm pfmnnufacturcrs. tho. set of wheels' by another, and tlio two aro'nfterward put together, The framo. without its wheels looks as follows: Tho wheels ore elaborate affairs. They havo ball bearings and aro mado of the best steel, tho rims being cold rolled steel. Tho nxles- aro lengthened 6ut so as to receivo tho supports of. tlio - jr r Y FRAME. l RIII.ITLiiimim. ii m .o.i .. ' J 5 &. " them. Theso supports aro so long that tho driver is perched high up .11 Ilk over lils wheels Liko tho bicyclo wheels, tho best pneumatic sulky wheels have stool ball bearings in spaces that are as near as possible dust proof. Tho wheels aro finished in nickel and enamel and as polished and shining as tho steel work on the finest se wing or typewrit ma-chi- framo above mm IA V a- - county". HcTR.R.books'Bhdw'largcrship-njent- s tlian any place ;pn tho lino and birds they rear to unfortunate city people who cannot raise any for themselves, and thus everybody will bo happy. By tlie middle or latter part of October tho fattening of turkeys for Thanksgiving market may begin. This is sufficient timo if tho birds aro already in good condition. Feed them all they will eat. Ono peculiarity of turkoys is that thoy seem to do hotter on cooked grains and food than on raw. Tho best fattening food is commeal and oatmeal scalded in sweet milk. This diet may bo varied with boiled roots and any kind of cooked grains. Turkeys aro also extravagantly fond of boiled milk, curds and buttermilk. Trottera? ' "Aro ihero too many trotters in the country?" asked a breeder tho other day. That depends upon what standpoint tho matter is looked at from. So far as the earning capacity of tho average first class trotter Is concerned tho good 'ones, mind you, not the failures it is not worth talking about. Sinco the trotting campaign of 1803 opened it ha3 been nn everyday occurrcnco" for largo fields of horses, every one of which could beat 3:80, and quite, a number of, which wero capable of a mile in 2:20, to start for purses of, $300 or $400, It is on record that a milo close to 2:13 has been trotted for a $300 purse, and in tho faster classes .on, tho programmes this summer tho Jnumberof heats better than 350 where tho consideration in the. way, of apurso was remarkably small would mount up into tho scores. Down at LaPorte, Ind., for instanco, 'on tho Fourth of July, there was a free .'to all race for n 300 puree. So good a horso as Jalisco was tho winner, but he had to step the opening mile in 20 and, By winning tlio the second in 2:101. race he received, first money, $1C0, out of which came o 10 per cent entrance feo of 30, making the net sum paid to tho best horso $120. Tp get the animal In .shape for a first class performance such on ono as would win, it was necessary that ho should reach" tho track at least ktwo days ahead of the raco. It costs something to ship horses, and then there is a driver and rubber who must bo, paid all tho time.and, altogether it is pretty hard to figuro ont how the owner of a horse that wins $300 purses is going to make both ends meet.in Ills horso speculation, llio trouulo Is there is so much trottjng that tho purses must s of necessarily bo Email at the places whero meetings are given, for tho simple reason that the attendance is bound to bo moderate and tho gate receipts correspondingly light. One troublo is that a man with a 2:20 trotter or 3:15, nacer will generally keep campaigning sich an animal at a joss rather than sell, him for, road use at the Everybody prico the market offers. who has had to do with tho trotting turf knows this knows that thero la never a meeting, .bifi or .small, but that aomo unfortunate more likely half a dozen of him must bo assisted by friendly hands to reach "the next town," whoro;"I'H have a pretty good horso and got a pieco of tho purse." What owners want to learn is to sell the first timo a fair price is offered, remembering that even what most of them would consider tho. Insultingly .small amount of $1,000. is better to have in the houso than a 3:20 trotter that can hardly keep even when he wins, while as Boon as ho is out of tho first flight thero is a big deficit every week. The times are such, that prices running well into tho thousands will no longer bo given for road horses unless the speed and other qualities aro of an exceptional character. There arp entirely too many 2:30, 2:20 and 2:15 horses produced every year for tho prico of them not to be affected. It is not so very many years ago that tho entlro"2:80 list did not contain as many names as thero were trotters beat 2:30 last season for tho first time. That tells the st'iry. Thero W a good market for trotting speed right now, when everybody admits that times are hard, but it is at prices cou&i itont with tho facts in tho caso. Breeder's Gazette. Are Thero Too ' nine-tenth- was born in Panama, Chautauqua county, N. V her father being tlio Hon. Walter L. Sessions, a prominent figuro in tho politics of the state nud a member of tho New York board of managers of.the Coluinbiau exposition. Tho youthful but ambitious Misa Sessions, Boon after her graduation from Vassar college, began her professional ca- - fc3 j3v. 31 any ftjrther moro shows that which Kentucky is specially noted' for, pretty women and fast horses., mm v"&: EDITH SESSIONS TUITEIt. rmmww. 'scf& mem 1M WW McDArtlELS. J. Nick Mercer went to the Falls this week. 'Misa Lillio Critchlo'w is very sick with lover. er.- - steel wire, whilo the steel rims are fitted with tho strong, noiseless rubber .tires that make tho sulky glide along as if 'it bad no weight at all. Tho manufacturers of tho rubber tires sell with each set a pump for inflating them. Hr w ThO Bpokcs. PNEUMATIC TIItED aro of fine, strong wheel. Horses Are Spoiled. It is a singular fact that thomorotho horso is hurt by tho pressure of any pr.rt offhts tackling the greater will bo (ds resistance to it. A horso with a soro mouth will pull harder on tho bit. If a young horso is tied with a broad leather strap around his neck, so that whon ho pulls violently back it will restrain him effectually without hurting him, he will then not pull a second time, but if ho is tied with a chain that cuts into, his neck ho will generally pull at it again and again and not infrequently until ho kills himself. A horse will stand in the stall and batter his legs all to pieces by kicking, ami 'tho moro it hurts the' moro ho will kick. If a horso taked to kicking in tho shafts and cuts his legs at each kick with the splinters or iron of tho carriago, ho will kick as long as thero is a splinter left Ho will not, however, kick long at 8 buudloof straw swinging behind him. If thobridlo is taken, off, a young horso quietly, so that tho bit comes out pf his mouth easily, it will not bo long before? ho will assist in taking it off; but if ho is hurt by the operation ho will throw his head toouo sido or jerk back every time tho bridlo is removed. Thero should not bo tho slightest hitch about taking the bit from tho mouth of a colt. By tho processmany a colt has been ruined.- Exchango. Pacer nnd Trotter. Tho most absorbing' and exciting races of 180S 'will undoubtedly bo thoso pacers and trotters, if the, programme is carried' 'out' ns 'designed. Thoro has been a tradition tluring'yoars that the trotter ,wjis nefpasarily (aster than tho pacer, and that as a timo gait that of tho paoer was not Worth wasting money on. Thd pacor therefore drbppe'd out, except as tho most agreeable riding horsq that could bo backed, Thero uro signs now, however, that this is to be changed, and thftt tho pacer is at lost going tp get his due, Eyon tho old tradition that tho trotting gait is speedier than tho pace, is shattered. This year among tho pacers Mascot' and Flying JJb havo each dong a milo in 2:04, thus hitting Nancy Hanks' great trottingrecord. Robert J.basalso paced a mile in2K)5J. With that record the pacer bids fair to become fashionable, and it will pay breeders to rear and train this pi ass of animals orica. moro, Pacing matches will shortly bo among tho first contestants for popularity. Tho trottor will always bo preferablo for harness, but the revival of tho pacor will bring that good steed into liigh favor onco more for riding. . iMr. Ed Daniel has returned from Louisville. Mr. Lafe Green, of tlie Falls of Rough was here this weeki Rev. B. A, CundifT and wife have returned from Bewlo'yvllle. Will Dockery's baby, which lias been quite sick is convalescent. Mr. Joe Glascock attended clidrch last " -- r Sunday at AlexanderXhapoL. j Jiiaappolnt- Rev. E. N. Metcalfe fill6d ment'at' Alexander CharTelast'Sundaya our. cottagei W6 havo prayer meeting. It meets every Thurs day night. home Mr. Ned Hunter after a pleasant, visit with, friends at West View. Rev. B. A. CundifT is assisting tho pastor, Rev. Yl.M. RiiEseli, In a meeting at Dover, Ky. Mies Annie Blankenship, who has beon id a declluo for several months, is now confined to her bed. Miss Jones Mercer has. rejoiced the hearts of her friends by giving us .a glimpBo of her smiling face this weok. Mrs. ten Mattlngly, of tho Cavo Spring neiglibprhood' died, last week and was buried lost Sunday at tho Catholic " church. Mies Alma Hicks, who has beon in' Louiovillo for two yars has- return homo, tp 'did great joy of her mother and friends. Drs. Siaton, pf Leitchfiold, and Hart, of this place, successfully performed, a very delicate and dangerous operation on Mr. James. Parepns, ono of our oldest and most respected citizens, yesterday, bv removing a large tumor from tho sido of his back. Mr. Parsons' many friends will bo rejoiced to know that he la resting well alter' his sovcre Buffering. Last Thursday morning God sent tho Angel of. death to tho home of Mr, Stephen Critchlow for tho soul of their little girl. The poor little thing hod been a sufferer tlio greater part of her life. She, was six years old and for over four yenrs had. been afilictpd with some heart discaso which caused her indescribable suffering. May her father, mother brothers and sisters all bo prepared to meet little Ella at the1 foet of Him who said, "Suffer tho little children and for bid them not to come uuto me, for such is tho kingdom of heaven." Dry your tears broken hrartt'd mother, and think of your baby as being not In .the cold grave but an angel of God In heaven, . reer as n correspondent of tho Buffalo Express. Among her many admirers was Mr.-- Horaco E Tupper. a Canadian gentleman with extensive railroad interests, to whom sho gavo her heart and hand. After her mnrrlago Mrs. Tupper moved to Chicago, whero her talents found a broader field for their expression and development. For Tlio Herald of that city alio wroto special articles, interviews, etc., nnd was tho winner of tho Chicago Tribuno's prize of $200 for tho best story of 40000 words. Tho delightful novel-ott"Tho Black Diamond Bracelet," published by tho former journal, was tho product of her clover pen. Returning later to her natlvo state, sho contributed' h series of Now York letters to t.hoBamo newspaper, which added much glory to her well earned reputation. Since coming to tho metropolis Mrs. Tupper haa written nt various times for at least five of tho city dailies and an equal number of weekly nnd monthly periodicals, together with special contributions to Boyeral syndicates. Among tho latter children of her brain is a splendid novel, which is soon to bo issued hi serial form. A number of shorter stories nro also among tho results of this gifted woman's tireless industry. It ia frequently stated that the pecuniary rewards of literary work aro but seldom commensurate with tho genius required and tho energy displayed, and yet Mrs. Tnpper points with pardonable prldo to ono of tho coziest littlo homes of Passaic', N. J., as representing tho gains 6f but ii fqw years' work with her pen. Hero sho entertains tier friends, who aro by no meana confined to members of her chosen profession. Sho has a wide acquaintance among political, musical and theatrical peoplo and waa engaged In writing a play for the lato Yf: J. Flor-enc- o when tho actor's lamented death interfered with tho work. Mrs. Tupper ia a trlflo abovo.tho medium height, has a plump figuro, dark hair and large, express! vo gray eyes, a clear complexion nnd a vivacious manner. In tho front rnnk of tho literary guild of women she is a worker of whom tho writers of America aro justly proud. Kate Chasu. o, and teach the orphan girl to sow," and to buy and Bull tickets for everlastingly recurring church faira and to contribute to philanthropic cnterprisea of all aorts. If sho constantly refuses to givo timo nnd monoy to thoso who ask in tho namo of charity or pioty, sho feels that sho appears mean, solfish and Indifferent. Yet hor own family havo certainly tho first claim upon her. Thero are her children to bo clothed nnd educated, her household to bo kept in order, her husband's incomo to be administered to the best advantage, and quite likely it is hardly earned and thero Is a use for every penny of It. Under such circumstances sho will do well to nsk herself if he is justified in giving hor attention to thoso outside demands which multiply in proportion as thoy are satisfied. If she Is reasonable, sho will come to the conclusion that just bo far. as such demaiuls encroach npon her duty to her family and herself and tho must not forget that sho does owo it to herself as well as to them to keep abreast of her husband and children intellectually just so far are thoy to bo disregarded. Sho will find many opportunities of quietly assisting others by word or deed without committing hurAulf to the direction of any complicated philanthropic system, which, however beneficial in its general results, involves tho waste of a certain proportion of individual time and money by reason of the very mechanism by which it ia kept up. And alio will leavo tho presiding over committee meetings, tho promoting of fairs, tho peddling of tickets and tho slumming to unencumbered women or those wealthy ones who employ a nurse and housekeeper to attend to their home duties. It Is Always Wise .iU. To buy with caution, especially when buying Clothing Shoos and Winter Underwear. It takes a wise head to keep from being fooled Uipsc days. Tliere's bo Buy where tncrovis ho much Bham among tho real. effort made to deceive. If you do this wo will have ' '"" custom. at least a share of your ' Now in the Matter of Clothing 111 i t l t r for $5. TT HIIBoj Wo sold ono man last week thrco Overcoats Wn told hfm Rn. Thnv worn nnt. iho. liPRt. wna , w .iii. satisfied so wero we4 We keep all grades of Clothing.' good, bad, indifferent. Wo tell a customer just what ho is getting all tho timo. When it Comes to Shoes m 111 jpg Wo.kcop theso in all grades and prices. We can suit you in size's, shapes and prices. What wo claim iB; and wo have a right to claim it, that our 81:50 Women's Shoes aro the best and cheapest on earth'. We havo sold enough of theso Shoes to warrant'us in saying so. .';l .. . Tsahfim.a PnocTon. What we want and Desire ffy BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S J Is for overy reader of tho Bueckkniudge News who can conveniently, to como into our store and go through our stock. You can do this at any timo you liko. It is not necessary for you to buy. Of course' if you wivnt to buy we should bo pleased to sell, you, and hope to do so. But wo want you to como. . BABBAGE'S i.i BARGAIN COLUMN. HOBBW, O. v . .. Undorwear at Babbago's. HARDINSBURG, KY. Babbagc's for underwear. UndorHavo you bought your wear. R0DERT P. HARK. If not, don't fail to see SAM'L RAY. Babbago's lino. Red Ties aro tho latest, A good WITfl selection can bo found nt Babbago's Pino Candies at BaTibago's. -:- -:- Wo will lot you wear our shirts if you will como in cafly and mako CO., your solections and pay us tho insignificant prices wo ask for them. Eighth and Main Streets, KY. Prices won't stand in tho way if from 803 to 811- you want ono of our shirts. Priyato Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. Your underwear is ontiroly too With Auction and gauzy for theso chilly mornings. CORN. REPOlffi Chotoe white Better como in and got something Choice Bhellod. ..... 4A woolly and feel more comfortable. Correctly weekly by 1'nniphrey & I.aufer, ProCATTLE. duce Cominiitlon Merchant, aio Second $t.,liet. 4 00.& 4 25 ' flood to extra ihlp'plng tho jirices comfortable .Main and Market, l.oulivllle, Ky. We'll mako iblpping.!..,.) 3 75 ,..3 60. LOUISVILLE. KY.. Nov. 28 1693. Light Butcbera too. 3 06 ..3 40 Beit Shlpperi ihould tntrk'lUpaoiage plainly, Medium to good butchen 3 00 3 35 Neckwear stylish and pretty with hipper'a nama and addren. 11003. BUTTER. worth. 50' conts at 25 cents. Choice packing and butcheri ,6 3A'3 45 ' 17 IA Choloe, counlrr , 6 15'$. 9 05 Fair to good...., j wool undorwear, Medium ., H Men's fancy all ft 50 Roughi..! , 8 75 ' 13 Common SomeShoaU'an'd plgi 100 lbi and under.3 00 3 25 fine Royal ribbed goods. ...:..... Creamery! - 30 SHEEP. EOUS. thing that will keep you warm this ' 3 25 flood to extra shipping.,, 2 75 21 20 Fresn , 2 60 I 60 Fair to good Prices oh theso goods winter. I1EANS. LAMBS. '7 .Vfi ,... I 75 to 1,84 Michigan, band picked.,, right. ,,,....4 50 0.4 76 1 60 to 1 8i Oood to extra ipring.,,, Navy ndlaDa 4 00 2 60 00 to 1 SO Fair to good Como in arid 'make your sbltfci Old or Common and colored Tlio llecliinliic of Charity. PEACHES. DRIED To how great nn extent general philan- tions while tho sizes, aro intact' and' Applei, choice bright'quarteri.' 5 to thropic and religious matters havo' a 4XA to i average'. CLOVERPORT RETAIL MARKET. "'' Wo ro-- . Applei, old i tho assortment complete. claim on her timo and purso is a conApplei, n oil WKEXtY. COBBKCTKD 6 , ,. ,4 to. tinually recurring question in the mind for to our fall and winter underPeacbei, new... B. "W'lEailEilEilLilEilEe, Tobacco Crescent Warehouse; RAY & Proprietors. LOUISVILLE, IDMlli HIT poit-offlc- , o '. 1 At'PLE-,AN- 1 ' MissBrowitofPittsfield, Mass., is making a fortuno as a wood, carver, qr wpod Our school is progressing nicely under sculptor, as it ia proper now to call ttiftart-i- st who works lu that muteriul. Iti the first the auspices of Mr, Hamliton. place, sho had a natural adaptation for Mr. Dick Sjjfiith andfamily attended sho iralnod In tho next Table Etiquette for the Little folks church in Littlo Bend Sunday, also tho work. thoroughly place, .sculptor In as a herself as Give tho child a scat that shall bo Messrs Will Hamilton, II. J. Blackburn, marble or a painter ever did by patient Btudy and practico of years. Thon her strictly its own. Ren and Harry Trent. business instincts led her to Teach it to take its seat quietly. , Quito a crowd assembled at tho river shrewd mako tho acquaintance of tho wealthy To use its napkin properly. to witness the Baptism of thoso who city peoplo who wero building spleudid To wait patiently to bo served. wore converted during Bros., Shacklelt summer residences in tho Berkshire hills. To answer promptly. and Murrel's protracted meeting. Wo She la occupied from year to year in Tp say "thank yon." feel that thoy have done a great deal of carving and decorating th interiors of If asked to leave tho tablo for a forgot- good nndSatan is turned away onco moro these mansions. ten article or for'ah'y purpose) (o do so at and I hope for good. The battlo is fought TnBrjajwport, C6nn.',MisO.-M- t Bftpk-wa- y oiicoi ' and tho vlctor won, pondwar a rwbtoyclagwipy, and never to conNever to interrupt Borri, Nov. 10th, to Jhp wife of S. 8. 8ho e'mploysTsix.menila'berstore'aiid; tradict. pound boy, Lawrence rP'r8hop Elder, a flua ." Teach tho child to keep his plate in Tooney. of all thept-to- n It is said that two-thirorder. diiak.pr&luced m.th worWja Mie Mrs. Trent and daughter visited S. J. leaving the To say ('excuse mo" whon &-- ? within 20 railed of Baltimore., Elder's family Sunday. table boforo tlio rest. - WOLF CREEK. of many a kindly and conscientious wear, woman already ovorburdenod by th6 reHero's a cinchor: A fine sponsibilities entailed by her immediate family and a limited income. The Sun- Natural Gray Men's Undorwear, day school superintendent wishes her to tho prico and tho value is tako chargo of a class; some wealthy and honestly $5. Now'if you aro open friond, who in tho absence of household pares has taken to "slumming," as tho to a big bona-fid- o bargain, como English bo aptly express it, tacitly rearound on Saturday and take thorn proaches her for her lukownrmncss in tho matter of district visiting; sho is at 83.75. bidden to "teach tho orphan boy to read Don't answor. that letter on shabby noto papor, pomp to us and gotcsomothing now and nqbby in all-wool Peacbet, old Mixed; FKATUERS. ..- Prime, white goose- Old No. ,,.., 38 -.. v. 3 Ji 2S 1J 3W I. duck i HIDES. , Applet, per peck Butter, per pound Cheese, per pound Cabbage, per bead Cblckeni, each Corn, per buihel , ,, , ...:.. , ' ,...150201 20025 ,'20 c. 020' c.1 c. q. 0. .'1 5010 c. , '.;..'....'..4J0oO1-.o;.- ' (irecn, food Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheep iklni per lb Spring Cblokoni, per lb Ducki per lb Young fleeie, full featberd lloo .6 20 80 .. l'UUllTilX. u. ....... , , . l!enpcrlb ten Wi 7 (ft 8 7 Qp 8 . 4 00 66 4 SO 9 7 2 15 10 2 30 X W. L. DOUGLAS Do yea wear them7 S3 SHOb Mm w. , next NoTTf.pair, need In Turkey try a tl.in linn. i ROOTS. d QAMB. Spring cblckeni, each Wheat, per tuihel, Roasting ean, per doieri Tomatoes, per doi eweei rotatoes per pepx.,,, Dried Deans Dried Peaches , Dried Apple Green , DUCKI, encn KgBji, per doien,..,., New potitoei, per peck unioni, perpcoK.. , .T..'..;.?."' ,i.,..20M3B 'jO-c- ,.;.rr. , ..133uc. '.' '55 ': . :ioj c. .i ,' ,,c. 10' 'C. 6'i.c. 1 15 c. 4 a. 4 0. 6 0. 75 .0. 35 c. ainieng, Ky. . Indiana...,,,, ,...... WOOL. .1 S4.00M X 7H invn m vo.au MMjKiMI nmuoia2.50 5.corJ3.oo est In the world. - 2.25 mwmmi I2.0D m Ml Ton I.73- - BOYS 'Whon y6u aro engaged then, Yellow Root comos tho wedding stationery. Wo Rabbltr flnulrrell..... show a choice and elegant assort- Quail....1 ment of thoso goodSi All thoso World's Fair visitors' Qeaie, fine (Ireaie. coarae WQar. shirts bought of Babbago. Merino , Turnips per buslftT.. Applei.ju huiUel..,...r..j.c. '...' '.......;, 9 1 . I 20 7& 1 (tt 2& 50 0 1 1 40 00 75 v.' ,Vk , d r- - 'j,1.' nitrsQ simp. mU la Ma kbit iruL.,.i ttytM, den't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 5k a. Th.v III mull fa cuitom mida Bad look and Wear at well. If you with to economlre In your footwear, do tt by purchasing W. L, Douglai Show, Name and jr ke damped on tho bottom, look for It when yoo bay. mtsm .a. inn ..tlFN JHBkLIrK 41.75 BAUBAGE'S BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S A trial will convinco the most skeptical that " C. C. . Certain Cough CHro" Is tho greatest remedy extant for the euro of LaGrlppe, Croup, Coughs, ColdM, Uurry and 0ti uicnpi.r.iNvnni) .. 2 17 14 12 (S 14 12 10 0 It nF&)g-!2HW- A'Al853 1 VikAAA. L K l-,- ; g Tallow........ soTgbwn f.u. y y Mu......b....n..&...fsio on Loulivllle 32 zf oltj We quote prlcei wbarfi No, 3 oat OATB. HAY. . , " 13 00 12 00 6 60 1 Strictly eholce Choice No. 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw r W.X1MJIJU10, nBwa, JMi, ou,uj orjt.iu oy v, ii, HOWHicr ct nan, uiererperf,H.y' Ac. 10 60 U 00 1 00 4 76 fflUOJ o -- ,viiw iy wtMmmutoiWimiim-4- m BreckenriFge News. Programjaoef PINCHECOE. 46 Perry ffilncSn Smith iUsirp wfth Bad I 'a WoiH TOhi.lrw mil MV , k V I a.wv t County xigvivol mJJ uaa vig ft TERROE TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD. the .B&eaK&M&iBSfi ttfeitfS, OLfflVfititaAfiL. MY.i irJJl LJU LL'S of J a A MAN IN PETTICOATS fk. A C"T w M .....il.-- U h fif TTrrTfti.. U- i- DESCRIBE YOUR FRIEND. s i$SiM$ii.Xt - JL1. . tow ,THE QUEER NOTION OF AN OLD SOL- maiMp. nipn riTi7FN ..A nr llttllM 8th and Oth, 1893. FIRST A FRIDAY, ! MoreCostly Feminine Wardrobe Than; Any WoinSrr'iri Town Visions of Lace, IluiUcs, Etc. Welelis 180 I'oumls, tint Wears a Woman's No. 0 blioe. Called to order by president, F. St. Polk, of Tobinsport. So"g by Choir. ,, . ,llev J. M. Itob.nsonV Prayer Address of Welcome, Kov. II. Groves, 1 Rome. f,, ti , S Permanent Organization. Public Roads. . . . Peter Feeley, Leopold. Bees and Honey, Production, Illustrated, E. Collins, Carrael. -- 'I SESSION, DECEMBER 8TH. I PA. Mi Other paits of Hancock'county besides Hanbfitille it seems arc inf.fefotl ,vith On last desperadoes and Tuesday uiigljt Linoln Smith nnd his pals filled "themselves up on 'whisky and proceeded to Friendship ch'urcVin the' Lack part, of the county, which is now (ho scene of , big revival, with' the' fexprcss Intention of raising a row. During services they disturbed tho minister and congregation by boisterous, loud talking and at intervals Iwouldlcavo Unchurch to take "a' d rink iVfomWlargobottlVSmith carried ik his meetlilK hail closed nockct. After Snru,..i , tho Diniinaiaiu in wait lyt, "" " againsrwhom ho hold nirSld "grudge, armed with a knife that would make an Italian stileto "blush'from 'if sense discovered that lm Imd missed him made a mad rush Through a'Crowd'of .women and children, UlienUg UeUlUHMiao JCIIO uu unma hio. frightened them half to death. Bashuui had armed himsell with a regular Irish 'shelaldh and gone peacefully liomo. citizen Basham is a good, and highly respected farmer." (Suntli lidn't find Basham and no further ou- uio occurrcu. iiiucuiu ouuui um ui iur last few years madO a business of attending protracted ineeUngs, orjn fact church services of anyjkind and breaking tljein' up with lii8rowifyM:tio!is. n0 was released just a short time ago from the Ohio county jail at; llartf0rd,jj wherej he served a term for an offense, the nature of which was the samo as that of last. as fhc, Tuesday night. Such scape-goat- s who are such demons, and terrors .to their neighborhood, should be dealt with inoriJ severely' by the law when within its toils. Any man who has no more respect for himself, or his friends and family than to take a delight in disturb ing religious worship, Is not as good as 1lw.ir..ol1m-'- ! ln?tlmf. fni1nn.il tlifi BVprnL'O farmer to mill. Hancock Clarion. !j. AVintcrCaro of fa Milch-Cow- s .. 0. A. Rob- 1 inson, Fountaintown. How to UUlizerOuaAYildLand82flpn Introduction, signing hotels and adjourn to ijpjfmj SECOND BEhSIO.V, DKCKMUEIl I II.GroveVRomeS',rS UffBH announcements anu as-- , ffrll, FKI1UY, f ...i 'r ti:... Clover and How to Mako the Most of It, JohnSterrett, Skillman, Ky.' Tillage and Soil Fertility .E. II. Collins. The Value, of Small Fruits, C. A. Robinson. Cattle . . P. Smith, Proflta in Short-hor- n Prospero. Butter Making. MUSIC AND IIECE8S. g Does it payV II. Shank, Sr., Roma. Farm Machinery . . . J. if. Grovesj Rome. best kind to grow; How to market; The Culture of Flowers in the Home, Miss Josie Schank, Rome. Query Box, Till ItD SESSION, DECEMBER 8tII, FRIDAY, 7 I'. M. MUSIC. Business Methods in Fanning . ..E. II. Collins. Can a Farmer afford to have a Garden, C A. Robinson. Tup Horse for the Farmer, Its Breeding and Rearing ... .. ,.Jno Cody, Rome. t ' MUSIC AND IlKCESS. Raising Chickens Rome. .... Miss Cora Wade, Q. K. Ikonomy in Making Hay From the Troy (Kansas) Chluf. Groves, Tobinsiort. Some years ago wo wero very much Botany on the Farm . . .Miss Ida Baker, subject to severo spells of cholera morbus; Rome. and now when wo feel any of tho sympCommercial Fertilizers, . . . . W. F. Eitel- - toms that usually proceed that ailment, george, Rome. such as sickness at the stomach, diarrhoea Mrs. D. L. Schank, Bread Making etc., wo become scary. We have found Rome. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-rhoProfits in Jersey Cattle. A. W. Walker, Re'meJy tluTvery thing to straightBranchville. en one out in such cases, and always kept JOUI1II SESSION, DECEMBER Oril, HATUIIDAY, it about. Wo are not writing this for a 0 A. M. pay testimonial, but to let our readers MUSIC. know what is a good thing to keep handy J. X. Dodson, in the house. For sale by A. R. Fisher, Profits on a Hill Tell City. Cloverport, and Witt & Meador," Smith Me- Make Homo Attractive, Callister, Bristow. C. A. Robinson. Farm Fences ELIZABETHTOWN E.H.Collins. Potato Culture NBVBJ . MUSIC. It is reported here among railroad peoThe Relation of tho Hill Farmer as a ple that thfrLT&'NrwIlI shortly Msposo Grazer, to the Bottom Farmer as a of that parTof' the Ceciliau Branch beFeeder ...W. F. Mason, Cannelton. tween West Point and Louisvilto to the MUSIC AND RECESS. Texas Road either by sale or lease. 0. A. Robinson. The Clover Crop Jackson's store nt St. John's was brokMrs. ILL. Mako Homo Attractive en into ono day last Aveek and a few' Schank, Rome. articles of small value wero stolen. Select Corn .... II. W. Carman, Clo- and Ben Hagan Jtevs. J. erport. to Grow have closed a meeting at Muldraugh ProfiU in Small Fruits and Kind additions to the church. It. W. Polk and J. D. CockreH, Tob- - with thirteen "Arbor Day wasobservedTjy tho College insport. ...Hon. boys and over forty pretty shade trees Preparing Stock for Market were set out on the beautiful Campus. W. E. Minor, Addison, Ky. FIKTII,BESSIONIECKMUEn Pfll, SATURDAY,- - s 'At a kneeling the Board of Trustees 1 r. m. Monday rtight the two banks of the town MUSIC. offered to compromise tho tax question C-Care of a Rolling Clay Farm by paying pn the basi? pf 70 per cent of The Robinson. their capital stock and surplus. The Preparation 6f a Seed Bed.' J .Ei II. bank men took the posltlon'thatthis was Collins. as high as the other property of the town The Fowls the Fanner Should Raise, was valued and they ought not to bo A. W. Cumnilngs, Derby. made to pay on full cash valuation nnd What Varieties of Apples Should Wo other property Plant? ...W S. Ashby, Cloverport. two.tliird8of,ittf,valuo.j Tho trustees fcd-- i Should a Farmer's Wife Raise Flowers ? inMed to tlie logic of' this position and Mrs. J. J. Wheeler, Rome. agreed to accept soventy per cent, which Necessity of Organization Among Farm- - the banks acceeded to. C.A.Robinson. ' era HAWESVILLE. Prof. Education of Farmer's Boys Clarion,) Weedman, Cannelton. Practical Experience and Profits in Tile New c;rn is selling at .15 conts per Draining Dr. Butler, Troy. bushel on this market. SIXTH SESSION, DECEMBER Otll, SATURDAY, Six months from dato this county will 7 P. M. be "bilin" with local politic?. Thus one MUSIC. election is no sooner over than another .T. E. What I Know About Farming, is on hand warmer than its predecessor. Huston, Cannelton. Mrs. Stephen Baker, the wife of sect.C. A. Corn Culturo on Clay Soil.... ion Foreman Baker, 'who had charge of Robinson, conRecitation . ...F. A. Evaus, Tell City. of this division of the road from its struction until a year ago, died at her Worn-ou- t How to Itcclaliu a Farm J. F. Wheeler, Rome. home in Henderson Saturday evening. Ciicuit Clerk R. T. Chambers has comBoys aud Girls on tho l'rm....,.C. A. pleted u transcript in the caso of Hen-ne- n Robinson. against tho "Texas" Ry., to bo sent MUSIC. Mrs. I. L. to tho Court of Appeals that covers 214 Literature for Farmers pages. Whitehead, Rome. How to Pick, Pack and Ship or Market Simms Thomas has been assigned by Small Fruits.... N. B. Sanders, Tob- Collector Powers to a position at Marlon insport. Prittendeu county. It is said to bo ono Elections and selecting place for nest of the best places in tho district. year's Institute. Tho now factory was dedicated in MUSIC. splendor last night. ThoJa:kson string Query Box, band gave a grand ball and tho loveliness of creation was apparently dumped a few All Ills That Pilli rods south of tho depot. Tho building good for are treated more success- was appropriately sent on lis mission of Are fully by Parks'Tea. Is not a cathartlc-o- n good by having a bottle of wino smashed griping or pain.yet moves the bowels over it's noso at tho hands of the most every day. A, R. Fisher, druggist. beautiful young Jady in town, while " mj t 't an eleven within a dudo ruined A woman may beautiful as dollar pair of pants by sitting on a bottlo Hclenjonffroy and iw alluring as tho of whisky. Serpenof'thio Nile, yet If she bo not che'offaUeiio is altogether incapable of winding and keeping aflfection nftcr'it is wonff Tfils old world ia on the flookout I trJglt nnd gay. There is for all oof mocbTof sorrow lurking in every cornIs tho title of our want to turn our backs upon er tliat-wit whenever wo can; therefore a woman to bo appreciated in home and social life must bo liko a ray of sunshine rather Soon to appear in these columns than a cloud, no matter how beautiful cloud may be. that ja g. A Good Thing to Keep at Hand. ...". assesed-at-one-half- -or Commander James Jtobbins of thocdl, post Q. A. R Cooper's Mills, Lincoln county, in this state, is ono of tho prom-inemed Of his community, a citizen generally esteemed as u man of integrity and intelligence. Mr. Bobbins has a brilliant' war record as a member Of tho Thirtieth Maine. Ho has lived in tho .village sinco 1888 and is a jeweler Hisi houso is n neat cottago honso on tho drives into tho brow of. tho hill o Mills. In tho narrow front hallway is Mr. Robbins' bench, latho nnd tools, and hero you will find him placidly working away at tho tiny wheels and springs. intimate r.If you are on .sufficiently will find kerms with Mr. Robbins you him indulging- - in "ls hobby Ho "has1 one, like tho most of us. In his caso the' (hobby is startlingly picturesque, nnd it may bo sa'fely said that lie is tho'most original man in tho state of Maine, so far as ' his curious fancy is concerned. He wears petticoats.Not when he goes down street for tho mail and to do his marketing. At these times lie slips on tho masculine pant i loons. Yet ho does not wear his trousers, oven, like ordinary masculinity. No suspenders for hiin. He wears a sort of dress waist, and his trousers are buttoned tightly about his hips. He always wears a woman's number six shoe, with high heels and graceful, slender shapo. Mr. Robbins weighs something like 180 pound's, and tho effect produced by tiioso shoetf peeping coyly out from beneath manly trouser legs Is startling, to my the least. Mr. Robbins doesn't mince or toddlo, and his shoes seem to fit him pretty well. Ho reserves his petticoats for tho sanctity of tho home circle, for the partial retirement of his orchard and for calls upon neighbors with whom his acquaintance is close. Mr. Robbins isn't squeamish ubont hhowing himself in petticoats. Ho enjoys wearing them, ho has worn them when opportunity bus presented nil his life long, aud ho wears them scientifically too. In tho first place, there's no hnlf way business about it. Every detail of feminine attire is there, and Mr. Robbins is rightly fussy nbout tho details. There is no woman in Cooper's Mills who owns so many dresses of such excellent material as does tho commander of tho Cooper's Mills post. Ho takes pride in having only tho best. His lingerio is elaborately tucked and ruffled, edged with laco aud fashioned according to the most npproved models of any lady's wardrobe. Tho material is of the finest quality, and when Mr. Robbins lifts his skirts the eyo gets n vision of ruffles, lac9 and "all such liko" of dazzing whiteness and Immaculute smoothness. Ho is very particular about his ironing. Everything must be starched "up to tho handle," whatever that is, and sometimes Mrs. Robbins finds her hands full and her clotheshorso loaded down like a pack donkey. Amazed neighbors, who were net fully aware of tho extent of Mr. Robbins' hobby, have been obliged to ask for moro details, when Mrs. Robbins has laconically informed them thai "it is Jim's ironing." Mr. Robbins' hosiery is of tho long sort, and it is currently rmuo'red that tho stockings are hitched up nt tho sides. His corsets he has ,iniuld especially for his girth, and these ho wears continually. His shape is fairly good, especially whon he dresses up for afternoons.' In tho morning he wears print gowns, for ho assists in tho housework. Almost every morning Mr. Bobbins m his print gown is seen sweeping off the piazza and whisking about tho kitchen. He wears petticoats at homo almost exclusively, putting on his garb as soon as For nfternoon lie enters the houso. wear his gowns aro elaborate Some of them aro made by Mr. Robbins, and some aro fashioned by local dressmakers. Ono cashmere dress is quite a favorite, and this is1 frequently Worn by Mr. Robbins when he promenades in the orchard. He has lots of theso good clothes, all of fashionable cut, puffed sleeves, aud .vitli all the fixings that go to lend grace and dignity. Usually he wears an npron and especially so when at his bench. The apron is white ordinarily and has it bib with ruffled straps and pockets. Therefore does Mr. Robbins present a somewhat unique appearance as ho works aWay of afternoons or Bits and converses with his wifo. Look at tho gown and yDu see a stylishly attired woman, but tho faco is very mannlsli indeed. Mr. Robbins would be marked in any crowd. His faco is full, and he wears a jet black mustache that possibly'owes iu color to art. His hair is long, black and curly, his tfoicd is deep and fuil, and there's nothing effeminate about him except his attire. Lewiston Journal. as-on- fOrChalmors. It appeared that Chalmors had left home, and nobody knew why, and this' young woman had faith that her recital of his personal traits would bring him back. It was a good example of the Hverago person's power of description of a fellow being. It is totally inadequate! Though man bo fearfully' and wouderfully midc, there seems to be nn unaccountable inability in nlile persons out of every t n to give a creditable word picture of any one whom they havo seen. Becauso wo understand tho looks of a person when Wo meet them, it never occurs to the mind that other peoplo do not grasp u thorough Idea of tils appearance1 with a few passing phrases of description. 8eo How Well Your Picture Will Fit Hcni-e- lit Ullitir. "Howas a young man and fairly good looking:1 smooth faco nnd without classes; wore a dark suit: was about 5 feet.in height null looked liko 'a married mail. Anybody would IniOW him." Such was the description turned in by a young woman who slipped quiotly into the city editor's office and wanted to advertise ,tiilThn RtTMCURTD nClflCmDKn flK aiumirrEK k cuke and Invtfe Dm most careful invcstlentlon I r to our responsibility and tho merits of our Tablets. Ill l,f A FEW J" READ I TESTIMOr ISSIHHISSIIUSa Double Chloride Gold i vtm- nntnfo Wrlta wt . . - .v "i nnd Mlrirrssnlnlhlv. nnd ntntn - z . r wt r rwneinrr jamqia nro ipr louuceo, siorpuiue or Aiiiuur iiauu. DO NOT BE DGCClVhD into purcnaMng -- wnicoinplotriynrMrnyuioaoriirGforTOnACCOInfrom .ttofttlfiys. Perfectly harm ivuBf uniiumr riuK iiti9i(iuiii niuy u Kivvn inn cup 01 iniorcoiieo WlllJOUl tno KDOff I vuhu v mo jmuuut., nuw win vuiuuutriiy stup Biuuuiu(ur CQGWing in IV low days. riPIIWFPWIirW QUA MIlDPmilP PJ1P.T1I ean bflctimUt home. and wltu. uiiuiuimunjuu uuu luuitimmj unmi oumnycucrc on tuo pari or the patient, by the use of ohr SPECIAL FORMULA QOLD CURB TABLBTS. j.iiirinKirc;umcnipniientinreniiowxi mo ireo uso or Liquor or Uor juuiuiiiiiii such viiiiq as inuy snau ruiuuiariiygivo mem up. Wo solid particulars und puuiphlel of testimonials frco.uud shall iiopiu lupiaru sunerarciromany or lueso nun wiui persona wnojiuve ijooncurua uyinoiiauusuicoiiutiuiui'uubuoi out'imulkti. HILL'S TABLETS ore for snlo by all first class dmorlitx nt 3 I. no nor imckneo. If your tlruirfilHt' doi-- not kwp thorn; enoloso us 2 1.OO nmi wuwiii genu you, uy ruiuru man apncunguui our AUUIUIH, n Tablets Testimonials ." from persons who havo boon curod by the uso of -. -- Hill's Tablets. ieak oih; i uavo uecn using juur euro for tobacco habit, nnd foufid It would do what you claim for It. I used ten conu worth of tliostrontrcstchewliur tobnecoadnv. and from ono to flvo clmira: or I would flrtoko from tnn tn I ortv nlncROf tobacco. Ilaxo chewed nnd smoked for twentr five voars. and two nockoucs of your Tablets curod mo so I huvo tin dcslrv for It. II. M. JAYLOUO, Leslie, Mich. Dobbs FEiirtr. N. Y. Tns Omo Chemical Co.: Oenti.kmen: 8ome time ago I sont far Ct.ou t worth nf vour Tablets for Tobacco Habit. 1 received them nil Hs-h- nnd. altfioucrH I was both a hcavvsmokcr and chewcr. they did tbo work In less than (broodnys. 1 nm cured. xruiy yours, juAxur.tr gvuiioufliiv.iuAiA k! Miiyui uiiuruu uu Turmus nus.ruina jor hujii, ak iur ununro L urmng M 'WMnSV '11IK uiuu uiiexiuahju.: llaiiuftictiircd Only by TIIJC OHIO 61,53 CHEMICAL CO, V variably your exposition is a jumbled lot of phrases which apply to tho human race in general. Tho other day whon I rushed into my offico room with a column stOry on the end of my tongue or at tho tip of my pen, to bo moro accurate I was given this greeting: "Hello! A man has just been in to see you." "What did ho look like?" "Oh, ho was u good looking follow-- not very tall, rather heavy, but not too much so." "Was ho old or young?" "About 20 or 25, 1 should say." "What color of hair?" "I don't remember now. However, I don't think ho had a mustache." "How dressed?" "Oh, just an ordinary business suit." Havo you over heard such a description? If not, watch yourself next time you tell of somo one's call. . You will bo surprised to find that your description would fit almost any member of the human race. Why is it? I don't know. Wo read in books that it's becauso wo don't cultivate the habit of intelligent observation. Tliero was onco a boy who learned how to describe what ho saw. Every morning ho was sent by his father to walk rapidly by an elegantly ananged window, nnd then nfterwaid to repeat to him all tho things he saw at this one glance at tho panorama und to describo them. At first the lad could remember but few things that his eyo may havo caught iu the passing glunco.butin time ho could remember ulmost everything hi u show window by merely seeing it once. Boston Herald. At the Manicure's. The manicure with the golden hair was bending over tho hand of a now customer. "Do yon want your hands bleached?" she asked. "Yes." She applied the bleach, using more than tho ordinary quantity upon tho thumb and forefinger of the right hand. After working for about five minutes she stopped and said: "It is always difficult to remove nicotine with tho first application." "Wh-a-a-t?- " gasped tho society girl, elevating her eyebrows. "Nicotine? What do you mean?" "The cigarettes, you know," replied tho manicure. "It's perfectly awful how they stain the fingers, ain't it?" And she smiled a smile that even tho society girl couldn't resist. That madothem friends, and they fell to discussing the different brands of cigarettes. And when tho job was done tho society girl whispered: "What'll tako the stain off?" "Uso lemon juice I do we all do." "Thanks." New York Herald. About Opals. Yourlfncnd cOmes'iu.aiid you' tb him that such and such n man lias just culled for him, but almost in- E5 Opera Block, LIMA, OHIO. PARTirULAUS V FREE. riTTsntrnon, i'A. Tnr. Ohio CnKvicAL Co.: Gentle veh: It irtves mo pleasure to cpcaic a Braise .r your Tablets. My son was stroneiy idle tod to the uso Of .. Word ofmil- - fornTrlend. I was led to nquor.anu mniu trr vour Tablet. Ho was n Heavy and constant drlnkor, but after uslne your Tablets but three days he quit drinking. and will not touch llnuor of anv kind I havo watted four mouth beforo writing v you, in order to know the euro was permanent. I ours inuy.i MH3. HELEN MOHIUSON. -- CnEMlbAL Co: OEirTLlUER! Your Tablets have performed a miracle In my case. havn used rnorohlne. hvriodermlcallv. for seven veara. and have been cured bvtbensooi W. L. 1OTEOAJf. two packages of your Tablets, and without any effort on my part. Tns Omo . CINCINNATI, OHIO. - I BESPONSIBLE AGENTS WANTED (In writing pleaso mention T3r THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO., IMS .Adclr&id nil 01 Orders io I paper ) 03 and 60 Opera Block. LIMA, OHIO. Very early in his congressional career he began to say, ''I object." He has kept this up at every Bewdoii of congress' With serene consistency. A small man. a nervous limn or n bad tampered lhnn could nev'er liavo made tt success of such a policyl Ho would have been run over in Borne way. But Colonel Kllgore's "I object" uttered with dignity nnd with deliberation and backed by such an impressive personality, has won its way. It has stopped hundreds of little bills! it has bent many a disappointed'niember to tho cloakroom fuming and swearing. And yet the" big man. who is always good humored and who smiles 'on slight'prov-pcatiois n pbpnlar member of congress. There is everything in the way that "I object" ii said. The tone can carry malice or anger or honest opposition. Colonel Kilgoro says 'l object" with such utter distegard of personal1 considerations and w)th such unfailing regularity that ho has disarmed tho which usually falls upon objectors. St. Louis Gldbo- - Democrat. ' KIlBiiro'a Objuutlons. A single phrase hnB made Colonel ntiT ? Kil-gor- o a national character. WE LEAD THEM ALL IN .QUALITY, STYLES PRICES' id:r,:ess DOMESTICS. , Oiir stock is immense. Ladies you will miss it if you don't boo our Brent display in g-.ooid- s , See our special sale in OJDgnntDS & o, c. $10.00 OVERCOATS, Beats All. Men's Salts 6.48 worth, $10.00 11 00 Men's Suits 17 00 worth One Lot Doe Skin Jenns PanU frr... 1.24 One Lot Men's odd Coats Ligs tiuk Cost. Youth Suits for $3.51) worth , 5,00 Wo hive the latest Novelties In Home Spun, Double Breasted Children Suits 98e,(o.... 5.00 One LVot Men's Suits Melton Double Breasted for $10.00 worth 10.00 Gingham, beat Drown Cottod, full yard wide 7c. 5 , BLANKETS. Double 10M to Ml. Prices range from 98o to $5 (0. Comforti 85c to $2.00. CLOTHING. Buys Overcoats Men's Overcoats , 98o to $& 00 ,$3,48 to $10.00 Smelling- Out Hank II 11 Is. - If a bill must be sent in a letter, the safest plan is to roll it tightly itito the shape of a lamplighter and lay it in1 the fold of tho sheet irifclosed. Arranced in that fashion, the fact that it ii Woney" cannot well be distinguished 'by the "feel." A thread, with a kiiot at the end, will not lie do likely'to fetch a telltale fragment of tho fiber paper when drawn by means of a needle through the envelopo, nnd the smell of it will be lesd perceptible. So peculiar is the1 effluvium belonging to bank or treasury notes that qxperts at the Imreau of engraVing' say that they can distinguish them when sealed in envelopes by tho nose'' every time. A thief once showed to govern ment detectives who had caught him that ho could pick out, while blindfolded, from ft pllo of 400 letters every ono' of seven which contained paper cash merfr' ly by scenf. Washington Star. Tollemaohe'Conslderntlon. I Come a jumping, Hop in a pair of'our $1.24 BOOTS. EXCELLS ALL. Our great special Shoe and 'Boot sale will continue until January 1st, at theso unreasonable low prices. DON'T- - HISS IT. -- THE LEADING CASH BARGAIN STORE. t Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. rout 1 aad I l oureet.jscmliiirlititli " '" l X lol mt M Muftic f'"! ATION - " JIII.TIirrii. Illilldlnrlrir"liil , , I'rw-t.J J Jt"s.-"-il- !, Art, IJleraturr, Slt(, 3t.XJ li UalSratallM. Si ciull. 3TC3T. Mt.K'X.I.trXT.TjH, k cmpit nf Arri. I Of The jirejndico against opals appears to be disappearing. Anyhow they are popular. Tliero aro several varieties of opals and therefore several degrees of merit The precious, or nohlo, or oriental opal is the supremo. This has all the colors, and when theso colors aro broken into spangles it is then called thoharequin opal. Then comes tho fire opal, or gira-solwith hyacinth red and yellow reflec tion. Tho former conies from Hungary, tho latter from Mexico, Tho common, or semiopals, aro nonopnlcscent. Tho or oculus mundi, is nontrans-paren- t, but becomes so by immersion in water or any transparent fluid. The cachalong is nearly opaque and of a bluish white color. Tho hyalite la colorless, pellucid nnd whito. The opal jasper or wood opal is the petrifaction of wood, opalescent, but without tho coloring which makes tho "noble" gein so precious. Chicago Tribuno. e, eration for others an amusing instance has "been related by his brother. One day, lit Peckforton, ho" came down eat" lier than was" his wont and happened t6 look into the drawing rdoui. Ho found tho room "not done" and littered with brushes and dus'ters. Extremely displeased ho rang the brill impetuously, and the inculpated housemaid was hum-1moued, but when she appeared, instead f administering the intended rebuke. be apologized to tier tor coming into me bo early, and wns so full of "excuses' or his untimely visit that rflie said at last, "Pray, don't mention it, my lord.'1 1 Tit-Bit- the late Lord Tollemache's consid- s. Boapstone The ChinesO in utilizing soapstone, which is found in their country in largo quantities, mako of it trays for pena, slabs for rubbing ink, flower vases, incense boxes, sandal wood burners, flower baskets, candlesticks, chessmen, cups, bowls and lamps, all sorts of emblems, animals and the idols which tho disciples of Confucius lovere with so much favor, A Hard Troblem. A certain debating society is discussing tho question as to which is tho angrierthe husband who goes homo and finds that tho dinner is not ready or the wife who has dinner ready and whose husband does not como homo. It is that tho debato will end in a draw. W irthington's Magazine. la Clilua. ol speak to your father tonight? Jess Best time in the world. Ho got tho bill for my new bonnet just before W6 started for our drive. Excharige. llouml to Have a Nap. Just tlieTime. Jack How would it do for me to w 0as. tat o Sinfire NEW STORY. Conductor (giving him a shake) Tickets! Sleeping Suburbanite (pushing his hand away) No, you don't, Marial If you want that buby walked with, you can walk with hint yourself. I'm going to got somo sleep tonight, by jocko, if I miss 00 trains' Chicago Tribune. Efforts to domesticate tho quail havo been persisted in by many1 pooplo, but generally with indifferent results, Robert Jeriknis'of RfdinHmjl,kInd,,'ho'woY'pr, claiins (o haVo recently tujued a brpod of quail, who ifvp pii his pr.emfs?8, showing no indication that they prefer the woods and fields. Malta Drinking Water. "The best water I over drahk.i writes a corresjiondent, "was at Malttl Where id collected on the flat roofs, which iromost carefully cleaned preparatory tjO the heavy fall of rain which takes place when tho weather breaks the first br second Week" in Seutember: Every house has below it an Unmense'tank often of the sairie nroa ar tho houso, nnd about 12 feet deep, and into this pours Worklne For a Holiday. fjhe beautiful fresh water, which comes An Englishman stopping at ono.cf the np.cool and Bparklintf when Wanted." hotels was commenting upon tho exIl treme restlessness and incessant go of ' Kcureil linouirli to Dya. Ampricans. IIo said, "You Americans "Seo here," said tho man who had havo such a beastly Idea of the compenmarriod a widow "hasn't your hair sation of work." turned gray rather suddenly since we "What do you mean?" questioned a were wed'r" Pittsburgor standing near by. "Oh,'' said she, ''that's from fright. "Ph, you pooplo work for money," was was so scared when you proposed to mo, tho explanation. don't yon knowl" Indianapolis JtfurriaL "I don't seo anything beastly about that," was tho retort. "May I ask for Tho strongest nnimals.in tho world nro what you Englishmen work?" that livo on a Yegetablo diet; say "Why, wo work for ourholiday," was ho vegetarians. The lion is ferocious lie U'lis it Senator. the reply. Pittsburg Dispatch. rather than strong. The bull, horso, Senator Allen of Nebraska is a big, reindeer, elephant and antelope, all conburly man who looks like a prosperous Vienna. spicuous for strength and enduranco, dealer n IJVO.bck. onoruy alter His Vienna is of nearly circular form, be- choose a vegetable dlot. iu Washington ho was gtoppol Ut The old 12 miles in circumference. ing tno uoor or mo senate cuamuer uy a new When you speak of bees, designate tho doorkeeper, wlo informed him that no city, or city proper, is, however, scarcely Tt ...no f nan. ....I .. Im! mmI!.... mn...1 ll.a.n kind' referred to. There aro 4,600 speciqs onesavo senatora was allowed on the Immediately popularly knbwn as "wild bees," 8,200 floor. Mr. Allen siuikdiadly, waved his closed by fortifications. outside of theso was a jvido csplanauo being natives of 'the Americas. Britain jiand and said; "Very welj, sonny, I'm a called tho Glacis, which has been "el- has 70 species of bees and 10 of wasps'. eenator. I don't look; it, I know, hut I Of tlie latter tliero aro 17d Bpecieskiiown egantly builtnp and is called Iiingstrasse, am, just tho same," aud passed into tho ono of tho most rp'.endid streets in tho to entomologists, sacred ilreciucts. Chicag6 Herald. 'i world. Brooklyn Eagle. I'" In tho Vatican librnry'therp is a treiu Her I'rufrij nee. Use on dragons, a manuscript iu a single Evory crowned head of Eur6po,with "How is it your littlo bixhy slsterlroes roll 800 feet long and n foot wide, the to sleep as soon as your-- father 'takes the exception of that of Tnrkejr, ' said to bo the her?" from one of two sisters tho material of which is dragon." "tanned gut of a groat d daughters of Duke Ludwig Rudolf'of Littlo I 'spoo'it's 'causo do 'that than stay awake Brunsvriclj - Wolfenbuttel, wlio Hvbd A woman wearing stays na loosely as she'd 'rather sing. Beau Jfoiide. about' 1B0 years ago. U possible for such articles to bo worn nnd hear him pressure of 40 pouiidd on tho or exerts a At there Is a' bows-papcompress, Buch figures Tliefr Heifer. musoum founded by Oscar Von gans which they startling. jn cold print are Bloomfleld Thet'e are very few infl-deFrockenbeck, which contains Ales of I I 4 In Arizona, New Mexico and the 1Ua)UnW' specimen's of moro than 17,000 different Other territories. WAYNE'S newspapers'. Belleffcld Is that so? QINTMENTi T4TJ Bloomfleld Vesj overy man there Londou has a new orgaiiization, whoso iritbnt uaf latrau bolieves in a future statOi Pittsburg name indicates fully its purpose. It is Ur. MfMOt. Itcn. Ul saKsfoPV raeftiou Chroniclo-Telegruiil- n Ibt fM.i called tho National Society For' the' lUdaL KAsM. k . lsafali Checking of Anuses of Ptiulid Advertistkltt alMV.wklU ftBtl hMiHh n, I J The Orlcln of Slarolilnff. The course of history carries us back no further than tho year 1504 for the Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. origin of starching in London. It was ip that year that Mistress Van der Flasse caino with her husband from Flanders When Baby waa sick, wo jrare her Castoria. to tho English metropolis "for their When she iraa J, she rled for Castoria,' greater safety," and thero professed herself a starcher. Tho best housewives of When she became Miss, tho clung to Castoria, When she hail Children, she gaWthem Cast oris. the time were not long in discovering the excellent whiteness of tho ''Dutch linen," as it was called, and Mistress Plasse soon had plenty of good paying clients. Somo of these began to send her ruffs, of lawn to starch, which she coiner. did so 'excellently well that it became a , Convenes at Hardlniburg teopnd Monday In saying that if any1 ono sent ner a ruff February, May and Ootobor T. R. Mc Death, Judge, Leltchfiold, Ky, mado of a spider's web she would bo Weed S Chelf, Commonwealth's Attorney, ablo to starch it. So greatly did her repqtation grow that, fashionable dames Elliabethtown, Ky. V 0, liabbage, Muster Commissioner, liar went to her to learn tho nrt and mystery dlnsburg, Ky. starching, for which they gladly paid of F. K. Rhodes, Sheriff, MeOanlels, Ky. Charles Miller, Ilardlnsburg, Ky. a premium of 4 or 5, and for tho seW. I. Ramsey, Cloverport) Kyi cret of seething starch Ihey paid gladly W. S. Cart, Union Star, Ky. a farther sum of 0 shillings. New York R. S. Skillman, Clerk, Uardinsburg, Ry. World. Frank Deavln. Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. John Slaton, Jailer, Ilardlniburg, Ky. A Hair Splitting MHiibp. . t!UNTVOODltr Convenes third Monday In each month.. It is rrc6rt1itl of u certain hair split, Thomas Adkisson, Judge, ifurdlmburg Ky. was accusting English' bishop, who Milton Board, Attorney, Hardliyiburg, Ky. tomed! to compose his ''charges" in tho John E. Monarch, Clerk, Hardlniburg, Ky. trainiand whopdesk was. always placed QiMirrmiiv coijut. Convenes fourth Monday In March, June opposite to him, that he invariably treatSeptember snd December though it were a living ed it as ItlAUISTEItlAl, DI.STUICTS. The train being very f nil on one oc6a-sioIIabdinsbcbo. Courts on Wdnesdsy 'suca would be passenger Inquired if ceeding the first Mondsy In March, JunoSep-temband December. Magistrates, lien X. this place was takeu, and tho bishop, with his sunniCht finale, expressed regret Miller and Lum Rlack. Constable, Lee lushCourt. that there was no room. "1 don't think ed. Hardlniburg CityMarshal j J.V.U.O.Buiby, Mayor) Dent Drown, that was qnite right, my lord," said ona Attorney. City Court, civil terms, first of his fallow passengers. "What was Monday la Marub, June, September and Denot right'r Winlrell his lordship urbane- cember. j CwvubpouT. Cpurts Thursday succeeding ly; "To hay that thtJ place was taken." first Monday In March, June, Septeraber "Pardon me, I did Hot say that it was the December. Magistrates, Dudley and taken; I was particularly careful to use and Joseph Mullen. Constable, Tbos, the word 'occupied. VV San FraucUoo Keenan. Cloverpnrt City Court. Civil terms first Monday In March, June, September and Argonaut. DIRECTORY emrurr J er Bab-hug- e, Ham-blet- Mayor, Charles Llghtfoot. Marshal, James llambleton, Maglitrstes, Henry R. Dean, i MoDaniils. Rock Vale; Sam W. Parsons, MoDanieli. ueo. w, Uurton, lluth. Courts at Uoniuti, Uock Val. on Friday succeeding the first day in March, June, September and Decern- her, and at MoDanlels Tuesdays after the d Monday In laid months. Uubbontii.i Msglitrates, Ueo, Ilarned, Cuiter i IUnr U, Ur.ne, Hudson. Constable John Kcvitt, iuonstaotlne. Courts at y vllle on sucoeedlns the second Monday In March, June, September and and at Cuiter on Thursday following' the same months, December. Mon-arriv- al see-qnHudson-ednesda- 4 , i '' ts'de-scend- ed Fotfr-year-ol- er stable, Pilett. Courts at Dewleyvllle on Friday succeeding the second Monday In March, June, September and D.ortuber.and at )Vebiter on Saturday Union Stab. Magistrate, James J.Severs, Union ri tar; John W. Jarrett. Stepbeaiport. Constable, Jabes Ilaynei, Courts at Union Star on Wednesday succeeding the third Monday In March, June, September and December, and at Stepheniport on Thursday, , i RIIa nnMll -.. ""17" jrviuio .i u. u, martin, ;..' VV """ lilg oprlDg. ConJoian K1TLieYVtLf.V-MrrlttinU- -- r rfw ls At Usrdlniburg on Tuesday after the firit Monday In April and October. FISCAL CUUIIY. & I llcv. r '. lUiiix ,rv York, writest ' A corn t,u ,t. too U ti iliorn In Uio IIumIi, xihivli C. C. C. Certain Corn Curo Hiostmerx clfUlly removes.''' ing s - MJfi,LjSiiti!ij HMnmnmnPHH Mi1 nmrrtft,. it -I THfi- Bft&GKmM&iSSm NEWS, - OiJsVAPQWr, KY. rl-- . . f N k 8. S. 8. W. ' Cranberries Sulzer's. Watch for It. SuUer'a. Lots of eggs at Super's. Gloves, gloves at Babbage's. Fresh fruits at tho City Bakery. & Mr. Percy Hopper has gone to Kirk. Fine Writing paper at Babbage's. You can get an overcoat at SnlzePs. Dr. Cottrell went to Loulsvillo to day. OLOVBRPORT, KY. , Fresh mliito meat In butk at Sulzers. fTho poor man's protector Kein-KoJiTiJetlmates furuistid on applicnti iff1 Try Corniflour you willfliko it. Sul-- 0 Sulzer's. I iYou can ninny s be pleased iu shot's at ? . i t " J j Sulzer's' nest SnlzfiPsW Santa Clans will-be- nt Buck skin gloves for Engineers nt BabAT LAW, week. Fred Frairu returned from Louisville bage's. Room 47 Trust Building, I Monday. If you need anything In boots or shoes go to Su'zer's. LOUISVILLE, KY. Buy your boy a gun for Christmas I GeeBO andturkrys with their drives Sulzer's. 1 , Dr. Talraage is to lecture in Onens-bor- o off at Sulzer's. soon. Every thing good to eat for.jThanks-glvin- g (. fn Sulzer's. J. F. Claycomb, of Lodlburg, was HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. town yesterday. W, J. Dean Jr. Glendeano, Ky. was in UfcAII bualnct entrusted to my hand given prompt ml curelul attention. Note, nnu at Evaporated peaches, pears and npprl-cot- a tho city Monday. couuu collected mid prompt returns mailt-- Send me your butinex. Poultry food makes hens" lay try a nt Sulzer's. ' ' j N ' V. S. Iong for turkeys, gt ese and chick- package. Sulzer's THE BEST TYPE WRITER. D. Brashear, of Owensboro, was Mr. J. ens Thanksgiving. Deed?, Mortgages and all legal instruWalter Smart went to Henderson Fri- in the city 'Monday. t ments draft n and copying done in the day, here Sunday. Heinzs' eauces to'go over the big fat btBtityle. Miss Mary Bowmer, of Hardinsburg; is gooso or turkey. Sulzer's. V. G. Bubbnge, Att'y,. ' visiting Miss Skillman. Ilopklnsvillo and Owensboro will soon . Hakdinbiiouo, Ky. Miss Jisslo Hoylo is visiting Miss bo connected by telephone. The pay car with July pay will bo down Brook Stephens, of Holt. News. ' The "Flying Dutchman" has gone Into this week or the first of next. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Murray returned winter quarters in this city. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1893. Only a few more bushels of apples left from Louisville Tuesday night. Bom, Nov. 23, to the wife of Chester order some today. Sulzer's. The Baptist meeting closed last Sunday Beavin, Mattingly, a boy, the first. LOCAL BREVITIEB. A'rs. J. T. Owen and daughter, Miss with 14 additions to the church. Kraut-S.ilz- er's. Leave your order for a nico turkey or Lula, went to Louisville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gregory, of Louisgoose for Thanksgiving Sulzer's. J Pearl tapioca Sulzer's. ville, are in the city visiting relatives. Wooden gutter. Better than tin and i Figs for cooking Sulzer's. JJabbage.has the best assortment of at half the prico at Gregory & Co's. J 1 Seedless rasins Sulzer's. Mr. J.A. Crutchor representing Cluett books ever shown for Xtnas, presents. Kem-Kor- a saves your coal Super's. Henry Haynes, of Ilawesville, was the Coon & Co. was in the city Monday. will be awlful nice see it at Sul- It - guest of his brother, B. H. Haynes, one Air. and Mrs. Josh Griflith, of Owenszers boro, are tho guests of Dr. and Mrs day last week. . John Jarloe went to Nkillman Mon Sinflre one of Julian Hawthorne's mas-terl- y Watkins.day. novels will Boon appoarias a serial Miss Nora Vanmeter and Miss Lizzie Candies, orange and lemon peel. of Glendale, arc visiting Mrs. in this paper. Redman, Sulzer's. " I saw(hiiii hurrying down, the street on 'W.O. .Allen. Oysters and sweet milk for soup at V. Dr. Watkins says there is not much his way to Sulzer's to' geti njiair of those ( 'M S. ling's. sickness in tho country, but the baby good wearing shoes. S!Shirts almost at your own price at Bab- - business is good. Mr. Junius Dutschke was in the city bage's. Winter, winter, is at hand. How is last Moiday. He called in and paid his Canned tomatoes, beans, peas, corn. your supply of underwear? Clear prices respects to the Nkws. Sulzer's. "Mug" Severs was in town Saturday. made at Babbage's. , Barney Bolder returned from Spots-vill- e J. Frank McGary and wife, Kirk, were "Mug" says he is not likely to bo a canMonday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tlios. Lewis last didate for County Clerk. Miss May Ryan returned last week Caurt convenes at Ilawesville Saturday and Sunday. Circuit next Monday. Mr. J. J. Sever?, of Union Star, has from a visit to her brother, Capt. F. M. Dr. Goldstein, of Henderson, was in recived an appointment ns gauger in Ryan, Jeflersonville, Ind. F. N.'D'Huy is putting ids house in Ben Johnson's district. t the city Saturday. r largest variety H. Moorman has completed the shape for tho Holidays. Papering, Mr. J. You can always find the city assessment. He says it will not toot painting and cleaning up generally. of shoes at Sulzer's. County Clerk John Monarch was in Try Cracker meal for frying your steak up ns much as it did last year. tow n. town Saturday feeling the pulse of the Last Saturday was a busy day in or oysters Sulzer's. I voters. He wants an endorsement. How are your socks ? Have you seen The merchants were all busy, especially Tho weather prophets say this is tobe those who advertise in the News. ' Sulzer's Btock of socks ? the coldest winter since 1883,but you can Geo. Dean has been promoted to R.,E. Woods dropped in to""see his old . freight conductor on the Texas. Good, keep warm if you use Sulzer's blankets-Mrshome folks Friday. "honest, faithful work wins every time. McPherson celebrated her 92d Celluloid in sheets to make" fancy work yesterday. Sho is hale and See Sulzer's show window next week. birth-da- y Sulzer's. nice for gifts. sixteen-yea- r old The beautiful tableau "flic Marriage of hearty, and as jolly as a Mrs. William Embry went to Addison lassie. the Nations" will please tho little folks. ' yesterday to visit relatives. ' c Corn flour The newest novelty on Our birocco correspondent tells a good Canned apples, peaches, pear npprl on "Bishop" fcalem, who preached the market hot corn flour, batter cakes, joke cots and berries at Sulzer's. so entertainingly to our people last butter and maple syrup Oh my how Buy your Thpnkegiving lamb, veal, week. nice. Sulzer's. , beef and pork trom V. S. Long. Col. Powers lias done the handsome will keep sweet and butterV. S. Long Draw the line where you will, it never milk for sale this winter and deliver thing by Jim Robards. Jim went down and tho fails to hit a bargain at Sulzer's. them daily. (Leave yQur orders with there ai a storokeeper-gauge- r Col. gave him a position as gauger which Oh! the dolls that will boon display at him for milk. Babbage's this week, tome and see. "I have lost my heart," he whispered, pays about double. Mr. Eugene GjOfl left last Friday for Oelze is still quite sick with Mr. Amel Gating in her lovely eyes; St. Louis Mo., where he will accept a rheumatism. His wife is also sick. But the maiden coldly answered, position with the Hamilton, Brown & "Why don't you advertise?" The price of silver has not affected the Co. Tho "News" wishes Eugeuo sucunfavorably prices of Sulzer's groceries 0. P. Sawyer has gono to Owcnsboroto cess in his new undertaking. Oranges, dates, figs, bananas, lemons, accept a position with the M. V. Mon If you ofta us a dollar wo would like grapes, raisins and cocoanuts at Ileidel &. arch & Co. The firm .telegraphed for him yesterday to come down immediate- - to have it. We need it in our business. Co's. It is a small sum to you, but it is a big y- The merry yulo tide is almost here and thousDr. Rice Pennington hrfs been elected tiling to us. Suppose you had a you'll be In the tide if you trade at Sulis an and persons owing you one dollar each. city physician of Owensboro. Rice zer's. .. You see at once what it amounts to. onions will usually check a cold old Breckenridge county boy and has a t4Raw Mr. Joseph Basham was in town Satwill be glad ot friends up hero who in the head, Sulzer's have some nice ones host urday and handed us a $1 and remarked to hear of his election. that is, onions. like to keep money in his Mr. John Friedl, a miller, employed at that ho didn't Miss Alieno Murray gave a "Tea" pocket when he owed it. If there were will bo marMouday evening in honor of Miss Young, Bronsford's flouring mill, witli tho same debt paying ried next Wednesday, $o MIs3 Naunio more men of Morganfield. spirit as Mr. Basham times would bo a Oelze, at tho residence of the bride's The ladles all say it The men all parents nt Troy, Ind. Owensboro Mes- great deal easier. know it That White Frost flour is king senger. ' John Vest Times aro getting bettor, of all flour. 8ulzer's. trade s looking up and the skies are Mr. Geo. C. Patton will leaVe in a fow Misses Nannie and Alieno Murray left days for Canada. He will bo absent some brightening. We had tho best day last for Brandenburg to be the quests Saturday we have had for a year. Sold three or four weeks. He says ns soon of the Misses Lev is. to start moro goods and took in more hard cash. as the weather permits he hopes Now is the time for you to get a bottle up his plant. He is shipping from six Wo hayo nothing to complain of our business has been satisfactory all the year. of that water proof shoe dressing for to soven cars of brick a day. gent's fine shoes at Sulzer's. The'Rt. Rev. Bishop of the Catholic Mr, Arthur Board has just returned Mr. Will Bowmer and Miss Maggie from Cincinnati, where ho has been tho church, has mode the following appointy to guest of Mr. Conley,-thments: Rev. James J. Pike, pastor of St. Bowiner leave for Henderson n attend the Thanksgiving hop. tenor of tho Wilbur .Opera Company. Peter's church, Stanley, Daviess county; Mr, and Mrs. W. W. McCarty, of Mr, Conlpy, when he comes to Louis- Rev. Engolbert Schmltt, pastor of St. Benedict's, Beech Grove, McLean counWhltesville, visited their daughter, Mrs. ville next month, will visit Mr. Board, ty; and Rev. Louis Herbebeth, pastor of Louisville Post. T. II. Bates, of Tar Fork last Sunday. St. Mary Magdalene's, Paynesvillo. There will bo a anion Thanksgiving The ladies of tho Elm street Methodist J. D, Brasl)ear, Owensboro, is here give a musical entertainment servico at the Elm street Methodist church will Rev, W negotiating for a purchase of tobacco. at the church next Friday night at 7 church at 11 a.m Ho has not y e made permanent arrange-meM. Burgess, pastor of the Presbyterian o'clock. for a Iioubc, but will in a few days. church, will deliver the sermon. There Hot roll's mado from our Fleishman's He is however ready to talk to farmers yeast and a jug of Maple syrup will make will be a collection taken up for (the poor of all tho churches. Come prepar- about there crops and desires to see as a delightful Thanksgiving breakfast many as ho can. Farmers who have not ed to contribute something. Sulzer's k yet sold should see him. The best thing for the money is that Things are lively down at Madison-villThe current, topic of tho day in this Seal oil Shoo Dressing for ladies' shoes. The Hustler, which has just movA large shoe buttoner with every bottle ed into new quartors, and now runs by city among the ladies is about tho barrel are cheaper free. Sulzer's; steam, says new houses are going up in of currants at SulzorV-the- y Two of tho leading amusements in this overy quarter and oyexy carpenter, plas- than dried peaches Nicer than dried question and terer, painter and bri?k-laye- r city just now is poping-this engaged apples children cry for them. Old men popiug pop corn the last is tho most in a job. Good for Madisonville and bawl for more husbands raise tho roof profitable Try a bushel. 8ulzer's. congratulations to tho Hustler in its now off th,e house when they fail to get currant pic. Try some to day. quarters. W. Noblo Burch is in town representing tho American Book Company, CinS. iR. Berry, foreman of the car departW. W, Vessels, of Hardinsburg, and cinnati. Ho is supplying tho schools Mr. Win. Storms, of XcDaniels, passed ment at the shops, met witli a yery painwith the necessary charts as required by through the city Monday night on their ful accident last Monday. The pilot on lay; way to Owensboro. Mr. Vetsels baa engine 0 was being placed and accidentCharlie Woods, who has been weigher already received an appointment as ally fell and mashed the instep of his for the Breckenridgo Company (limited) guager in Col. Powers' district and bas left foot and the little finger on his right at Victoria, left for Pineville yesterday. gone down to get an assignment. Mr. hand. The wounds are not serious but He goes witli Mr. Bently and has a posi- Storms Is on the lookout for an appointare liable to keep him in doors for sov-- i tion iti Uls" company. ment as storekeeper In the samo district. eral days. y To aid in circnlaling an evil rumor How our cloak department did suffer Now lookout for big, whicl! you do not know fo be true Is loads of tobacco. Tho weed is in last week. They came from tho North, consummate" baseness. No one .has a tho country, tho buyereara .anxious for the south, the East and the West, They right to clrculato derogatory reports it andithejarniers want to sell awl the were old customers of ours. Sonip were about a person on mere supposition. "season" is here so we can look, for beUi now customers they know where barhas gone to Pinevilla to the farmers and the tobacco to make, bur gains were to be found, How our clerks Geo. Bently accept his old position wmtheJlrecken-rldg- e town a visit soon. In this connection bent to tho task how the cloaks went Cannel Coal Company. Mr. Bent- wo want to say a woid to tho farmers. ho.'wlwiieo' loy were when they left. ly is a young man of fine social and busi- Read tho advertising colums of tho Nkws Tny will come again and bring their, our big ness qualities and his numerous frieuds study them aud "when you come to town frleftUsAFtou'goIug'fomleB rushing cloak sale Sulzer's. deal with the merchants who advertise. in this city regret his leaving. I. II - - fnrriw,C""ai 6 James M. Lewis, Contractor Builder. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. g and opening wide If for these days of the hearts of your dear friends, something solid, worth your money and everlasting in the heart of the receiver. Don't fail to viow with scrutiny, the immense stock of Silverware, of Musical Goods, of Clocks, Spectacles, Jewelry ot all kinds, and Watches that can't be beat. Don't forget ub for repairs as well aB the place. merry-makin- THERE ARE FEET with corns THERE ARE FEET without. THERE ARE SHOES That Fit THERE ARE SHOES That Don'tv Of Wxlv X t? -- ( Robert E. "Woods, t 5 ATTORNEY (30NSTABLR 0 LEE BISHOP, We have none of tho don't kind. We can give .i.-! every foot a comfortable ' ' " fit. That's our specialty. make'is in V i9$ Every-worth- y Breckenridge T. C. LEWIS Retail JewclciH. & CO., our stock. Our 'FINE" Mi vk Shoes for Ladies' and the Men, are breaking 4 , . I Don't woman. i HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY. record as fast sellers and good Wearers. '- fall to hear the whistling cents per GLENDEANE, John Dean was in LouisilIo several days last week. Bob Thomas of Leitchfleld has been visiting relatives here. Nannie Owen has returned homo after spending sovoral months In Leitchfleld. Miss Bettlo Webb, who has been in Leitchfleld for some time, is at home again. Mr. Henry Dean has been quito ill for some time at his homo near this place. Mrs. Bettio Moorman has returned from Leitchfleld, after spending a week with her sister, Mrs. W V. Worthan. Mrs. C. A. Fisher has returned from Millwood after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Will Do Haven. Will Mooman says ho is anxious for spring to come; "For his heart is weary waiting, waiting for the May." E. II. Dean went to Louisvillo last week with a car load of hogs. As Thanksgiving day draws near, tho turkey gobler quakes with fear, for the houso wife soon his bend will sever, nnd Ills voice will bo heurd no moro forever. Rumor has it, Hint ono of our blondes of tho blondeat typo, will soon bo lead to the Hymeninl altar, we can only say that Breckinridge's loss, is Daviess Co's. gain. Ernest Robertson wns on tho "Eve" of going to the lecture Fridny nighf'but tho best lnid plans of mice nnd men, oft gang astray". Mrs. Amanda Mooman is with her sister Mrs.R.H. Mooman who still continuts very ill. Mrs.W.J.Denn has returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. 0. L. Cornwoll, of Louisville. There is n Sunday school being organized at this place and will convene every sabbath at the now hall. They do say there is soon tobe a wedding in high lifo in this place and the Lilly will bo tho prevailing decoration. Wo had tho pleasure of henring Dr. Cottrell lecture, nnd enjoyed his keen wit, and ready eloquence, and, while we know that great minds differ, wo aro glad to find some who havo courago to face an audience, and say w ha the thinks, Try a pair next time you need Shoes. 4 i , 5 - 'F'S, "I " DrpRRod turkevs sell at 10 , . ... pound in mis mantci. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Baldwin returned to Butler county yesterday. Mr. Pierce was barely alive last night and his death was expected at any moment. Push for good times and they will come. They are right hero If you would but say tho word. Sulzcr takes n whole page in tho News next week to tell tho story of their Christmas opening. A whistling woman is the attraction tho Ladies Aid Society has for next Friday night. Sho is an artist in her line. Tho News is now prepared to furnish merchants with paper bags, cither plain or printed at lowest wholesale discounts. Givo us your orders. Mr. Beverly says the present crop of tobacco is tho worst ho eer saw. There aro a fow good crops, ho says, but they are very hard to find. Mr. Edwin Hambleton, of Sorghotown, wns visiting his daughter, Mrs. 0. E. Lightfoot, last week. He left Monday to visit relatives in Ilawesville nnd .. P. S. Watch " SANTA OLAUS " at Sulzer's this year. P. S. See Sulzer's Show Window next week. NextT hursday Wo will open an entirely now slock of '1 i i s.'i Can-nclto- n. 1 to-d- to-da- e well-know- nt o. top-heav- y, two-stor- Don't try to run your business without advertising. Let people know what you havo to sell. Publicity Is what you want. Liberal advertising gives publicity and publicity brings success. An eloping couple from Grayson county passed through this city Fridny bound for Cannelton. Eflle Johnson aud Buddy Oliver were their names. They were accompanied by Alvin Chappin nnd Albert Bates. Levy's, tho enterprising clothiers of Louisville, will return thanks to their in a substantial customers way. They will butcher sixteen fine beeves and every visitor to their Iioubo will get a piece. John W. Sutton turns up at Leitchfleld with another increase of pension. John was among tho early pensioners of this section, perhaps tho first on tho list, and wo expect has drawn as much money from the government as nny man in this section of country and it has dono him as little good. Cannelton is a much bigger town than we had any idea of until wo mado a tour of tho business houses there last Monday. Thero nro n numbor of good big stores well equipped stocks all kept in s order. Tho town also has a and electric good system of water-work- s lights and an air of prosperity prevails tho city. Cannelton Is a very eood town. City Assessor Moorman was examining the files of tho News yesterday to get the last statement ot the Breckinridge Bank. Mr. Moorman says tho Bank refuses to give in their list which is required under tho new law and he had to resort to their statement to get it. He listed them at $70,000. Tho bank of course will fight it. Mr. Nelson Jolly, McQuady, was in town doing "some dealing" Saturday. Mr. Jolly used to bo a regular visitor, o team loaded with with his big pioduco "to trade," before the days of railroads, but now he makes ono trip a year and that on horseback or in a buggy. 'Mr. Jolly is only ono among a number of others who used to come in that way from a section of God's country. Henry W. Washington, wno has spent tho lust fifteen months in Chicago was hero last week representing one of tho largest wholesale clothing houses in that great World's Fair city. Henry can toll you in a most charming way all you want to know about Chicago. Ho was yery nicely "dono up," ho says by a sharper whom ho mot on the train as ho was leaving that city. Tho fellow approached him with a pocket full of small bills and sliver and was very anxious to have them turned into larger bills. Henry was willing, of course, to nccora-modahim aud run his hand down lu his vest pocket and pulled out $05 in ten's and twenty's. Tho follow counted'out sixty-fiv- e dollare in small bills ten ones and the balance in fives. Henry saw him count it, tho sharper picked it up folded It and handed the roll to Mr. Washington and the latter passed over his amount. Mr. Washington proceeded to count tho money and when lie looked up tho fellow was leaving tho car and jumped off leaving Henry $50 short Tho train was running at tho rate of about eighteen miles an hour and of course thero was no show to overhaul him. Henry says it was the slickest trick ho ever had played on him. first-clasfour-horstu X JLadies' Ci loaks & -- , :: Cold Wave Comforts That's what our new rivals aro. ar- Just received from the World's Fair City of Chicago, ranging in price from 82.50 to $13.50. Wo don't expect tho garments to last ten days. The best styles 'will be the first Cloaks bought. i of OVERCOATS It's a comfort to tho buyer to know tho prico. It's a comfort to tho oyo "n1 t i to seo their beauty. It's a comfort to wear them and it's very comforting to us to sell them. B. F. BEAUD & HARDINSBURG, KY. J. 0. BOURNE, J. M. HARPER, CO., Our Famously Pretty SUITS carry off tho honors wherever they go, and a man looks hand- some and picturesque in DANIEL BR00K3 BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. them. Just bring us TEN ft , BOURBON STOCK YARDS .MMMMMMM LOUISVILLE, KY, ' SILVER DOLLARS and we'll turn you over tho hand- somest and most stylish fitting suit of clothes you over had ont MM. MANHOOD RESTOREDItOToTuu teii,ftMdrlnindlOMor cuki-nnteat- a power I ulnt, which lrdtoInnrmltr.Conumpilon or InUnlir. Ci W carrtmtlo man prvpaia. (...twi.ta tea v.ruuiivjurwii oj r refund tka wiiuava Kill cure mim. Sold nSiwtjSSTnKtiSSr Inrnnliti. Ak(orlUtakormothr. pl.ln wrapper. Ad!r.NEKVKEKlJCO..ii.ninimT".;.,a oriiU la Clorerport, Kr.. by A. B. jriSIIKK, nd bjCC. 11AUT1N. l)rulU. amilv co uld afford and whon tho' purchase of a clocj: was almost as serious a matter as tho purchaso of' a houso is now. i Thero isn'fany-thin- g very folmidablo aboutthe purchaso of a clock or a watcli in' these, days. Tho astonishing thing about now is variety and excellence''. Don't bo behind time. Thero iB not tho least excuso for anytning of tho kind, when you can buy a watch or clock for a trifle. Yqu will be surprised at our low pricos on watchcB and clocks. 'Wo also have a nico line of jowelry,' Bilverwaro, spectacles, musical in-- : struments ot very reasonable prices' Repairs promptly and neatly time-keepe- rs thoir-cheapnes- nGenr tire Oiitsiii 'otaltber MrcmSS It is as good as it looks too. It Is Overcoats and SUITS wo want to sell this weok and s, if you come you'll get a bargain. IndJw'tlon, and Stomucu rilsorttera, tale iiutnVN h ikon iirrrt-ns- . AU ilaalen keen it, Jl per liottle. Oeimlno hti trade mark and tmesed red llQMon wrapper. rou iiYHPcrsiA, W. H. BOWMER SON, & iwn" M BEHIND TIME. It's your GLOVERPORT, KY. own fault if you aro be- done. hind time. Thero was a timo when ono watch wa8 about all a whol F. KT. D'HUY, KY.' CLOVERPOrvr, !, c ''"ral1Mllw,l1'lllllHlllll' " .W.J ' XiiDLELMMMMiJjMill JMCjIl J" f '.UP j JMJ'd. WmMBBUg" e.ii.i.;.' .ii' .Miirni'. - "rKeMMnaKilBHHMMBIHMiMBi TH&i BRROitaMSiiDQm KBW8) Highest of all in JavcnjiigfPower.r-LrfltcsfrUj feOtaae5M,i ' w in . f ii ir""1 "' -'-- JCitM ii run inn S. GqvteRcrqtfcPvt lE0m& tXj&ias . RMMHrtMW ,1 .V nfil!fIfi BJH IVWillSBWIA iMi HL m mfft H K i KL A lr!r ABSOLUTELY ' ' Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY', 'i r V 3 r jrmTrma mtttji NOVEMBER, VIKING 1893. ,tn;THE SHIP., , .ThoufandspfPeoploVicwtho.Strango Norse Craft. .lib',Aiiftomoii i i Cnpl. - llxplnius Hie ii 1IU- - uitd.Qlrcw n Might Sketch of tlio Old IMr- 1'uliiroTrlp. .,c-l- n 9IAKlNn XTOVUOVTHV ILLINOIS KUrvDMississiri'i ntViltis. 8 The Viking ship is attracting raoro tention on its tour .down the, Illinois and Mississippi rivers than when" moored at Jackson Park, Chicago. At no tlnio during its stay of flv6 nionlliaf tlio World's Fair was it besieged by such crowds as galbored on'tho Xovfco yesterday to see tlio little ship, with its foreign flag. Thousands of SUiLouis' best peopjo visited the craft yesterday, which is of historic interest, apparently, to ovcry.ono. At tho World's Fair tho mortT'preten-tiouj'dlsplay- s attracted thej masses, and. in thcmnyoof architectural spiendorandj rich exSibltsUie littlo 'Norwegian draft was lost sight of by many. '"'Now" that she Is touring tho country 'to extent the people take titno from homo and business cares to pay their respects to her. From early morning (ill dark was lined by people to view tho tho craft. Tho larger number appear to bo content with a superficial view of tlio vessel, but others they are able to say that thoy have been aboard it. Tho crowd becamo so denso during the afternoon tint only thoso in tho "front rows" were ablo to get a satisfactory view of tho exterior of tho' craft. She was opened up to tho public at noon, and was crowded with visitors from that time till nightfall at 10c a head for adults and 5c for children. It was not intended to charge an admission feo for going aboard, but since leaving Cnicago tho strango craft has attracted so much attention that CapL Anderson has been obliged to exact a small fee in order to keep back tho crowd which would avail Itself of tho privileges of the craft were they allowed free admission. The fund raised from this source, as well as that from lectures delivered by Capt. Anderson, is intended for tho establishment of a homo for aged and indigent seamen in Norway. Tho weather of yesterday was very favorable for a stroll along the wharf, and it appeared that all thoso out. for a stroll bent their Bteps in that direction, s and the on Olivo 'and Locust streets leading to'tho river were lined by pedestrians going to and fro from the alii). Others went in carriages and hacks, while a number o bicyclists rode their silent steeds riverwnrd. Fashionably dressed ladies and children and gcnU with silk hata mingled with those wearing coarser fabric in their efforts to get to tho ship with as littlo delay as possible. Policemen stood at tho entrance and exit gang planks warning the people not to crowd, and it becamo necessary to employ extra help to prevent the possibility ot visitors being pushed into tlio river, so great was the press. Ono of tho Bailors, who acted as ticket taker, warned tho people not to be in a rush as tlio ship would bo at tho w barf for several days, and other opportunities would be offered to view tho craft, but this did not appear to have the desired effect, as thoso on the wharf wanted to take in tho sights without tho necessity of a second visit. "Wo are practically Indifferent to the fact'ofwhetlier qlrTnot tlio people go. nboard'the 'Bhipsald OaptrAndcrsbn In repreconversation to a sentative, as tho people thai I represent do not scclrto mako"nny money by"ex-- " hibiting thu ship. They nro paying tho expenses. I decided to contribute whatever wo secured in this way to tho estab lishment of an old Bailors' home, but tlioT American' people need hot feel that their money issuing used entirely for n for eg'irct)artj?!! frirge jiumbo'raoffyduog men from Norway becomo sailors. Perhaps 25 per cent of them quit this sort of life after a few years service. Anothor 25. per cent arq prompted to officers of atside'-walkGlqbe-pompcr- ed over in tho manner of tho early mariners. I went back homo and established a daily paper at Christiana. I wroto n fow articles suggesting such a measure over an initial, without letting any ono know who was tho writer. They wore answered by a few persons, but no imwas given. Tho mediate attention Worlds's Fair was located nt Chicago, and I thought nothing more about the matter until early in 18SJ2, when II lit. Works, Astrup, who had been appointed a Commissioner of tho Norwegian exhibit at tho World's Fair, spoko to mo about the matter. I had given it up, but told him that if tho mcasuro was taken up I would support it tho best I could. Ho was anxious for me to.takouold of tho matter. but.I-r- Ofused. Tho measurewas agitatedo soi56c"xtent When a call was make" upon 120 business men to becomo a committc to further tho enterprise Ninety-thre- o of them responded, and on May 17, tho Norwegian Day of Independence, tho books wore opened for subscriptions. A rival paper opK)sed tho measure and the 'scheme camo near being dropped, but I was then unwilling to forsake it and kept agitatiug tlio matter. I got tho sailors interested and wo finally succeeded in raising tho funds. "This ship is the result, and it is an exact copy of tho old Viking ship now in tho University of Norway at Christian, which was dug up by two sailors near Saudefjord, a small seaport, thirteen years ago. Tjie tyo sailors hod nothing to dd and co'ublndcd to put in their'timo digging in a certain mound which was the objectof common talk in the country, the people agreeing that thcro was somcthing"nnderlt7and'tho8e"wh"ocareil to explore it would bo richly repaid. They kept digging and found, tho sliip. ItwHJiburied inbTuo clay, whicluac-count- s for its goodstatoof preservation. ln'oldcn.times'it was the custom1 to bury pirate chiefs with their ships, and this was the resting place of some noted chief. Evcrthlmgiu the construction of the Vik-kin- g is true in detail witli that of tho old craft, even to the rivets of which thcro are the same number. Some aro clinched on the outside, tho sarno wny that we found them in tho old sliip, The" mast-fis" or tho piece in which the mast is placed, is 3G inches square in tho largest and 10 feet long. The back part of this is in the shape of the tail of a fish ; from originated. At tho this the"mast-fish- " present day they have propped tho form of a fish in building ships, but this piece still retains tha same name. "Tho rudder, you see, is on the right hand, or starboard side, the 'stearboard' sido of olden time. "On our voyage, " Continued Capt. left Burgeh, "Norway; on April ,10 lost, and sighted NeSvfouritlland on May 27. Wo passed sixteen days without seeing a vessel. Wo were well to tho north; further north then we intended to sail. On May 8,9 and 10 we passed through heavy storms. Wo didn't try to make any headway during tho storm, but let tho ship rido tho waves without sail in order to incur the least danger. Wo bad twelve men on board' plenty of provisions and a little galley to cook on, and experienced comparatively littlo trouble. On tho coast of Newfoundland' wo encountered icebergs and rather heavy weather. Wo didn't pretend to play Vikings, wo wantedto prove tho sca-- orthiness of tho ship. Wo contend that thu model of tho old Viking ship, is tho best that has ever been designed, both for sailing qualities and for carrying capacity. Her sailing qualities aro superior. Wo sighted Capo Cod, our first sight of tho United States, on Juno 11, and landed at Now Ixmdon, Conn.,'tvvo days later. "On'tho question of having copied a .piratq'p ship, wo don't want it understood that Norway is a nation of pirates, or that it over was such Wu claim, nnd h, .history.bears-us.ou-tliaUtlio-couutry rnrmca Ilia Atlnnttn In nn nnnn Imnt VB ! tW UI'Vll UUMII n hlch wo spent sixty days on tlio Wo lind intumlodiVofilc to (Sti ivalcr. j Paul, but when I got tafjen-TfouBJi- l that the wntrr was too slinllow to nt. Wo will contlnuo tempt thu trip. down tlio river niul probably rench New There J will linva Orleni)FbykObristmM T the ortunrin J r. ... r V oyage. A J fu&l nraniVI rroin tnai point' uoiriornscn wo intend to go to Philadelphia, Now Vork and Boston. I havo not yet dcter-'mine- d at what pplnjt on tlio poatf wo will Sop, liut yesterday I' received n lelior 'lrum inn citizens, VI Savannah. Oa. ask- 3pg me to stop there, Tho question of whethdr wo Shall sail thd ship back 'td Norwawhas-nqtboodetermined Tho, Norwegians aro generally proud of tho record Avo'hao niade, and1 they ho've" 'written to mo to bring tho ship bock. 6a thd' other hand, many prominent Amoricans want tho ves3el to remain in' this country. OnlyawecH ago n was stortctnii 'Chlcagdto retain tho vessel as part ot tho historical collect-tio- n of this country nt Washington, D. C. Tho Norwegians have oontributciL quite, liberally to ttfo Exhibit. lOur exreMs lip to the limo that we left Ciiicago were about $ 10,000. " flbitt-iloclIM -- m t install 1 IH JVo otfi crhioitse cVcr did, MCP 1 j pricpS((fJChffihans'Siinoitsoii,8oUthem. Will or eper pan sell tho sains percot gooils for tha sunia jpiy " I i ' ysisM iVvSITb A HINT CLOTHING SALE! qj X n xS JLj SiLn Tlicgiuniinotlt Lots Itself Looso niul and Begins n Bigger, Braver, Bolder Slnughf fi every Department tlinn wrts ever kniSu-- before oil earth. s Hu, t, . T ii - FREE EVERY DAY Q Tft for good ftJ1" working Salts; Suits n . ; S1 Oft two 1.70 fr wprth$4. or n vel y styles of Ulsters , j A Bufrtf U the pbrsort gliilssln iitarest td its wcighu f Oft tJV.CO Qdl bdtUr Working worth $7. . -- i. , , ' "4 98 8l1 Ulster ; w drth OVERCOAT Cut'in same proportion as Su(s and H'd.ft O 'or Black tihovml " worth $10. Suits; ' (f Oft JJ C1 1 y for tho celebrated Ironclad Grey Ulstere ; .worth $10. Jfants ana Uda coats almost given away. - - - - u RUBIMOUS CQ zlft 'or nn Ulster good enough for tyVttO a banker;, worth $12. Children's 'fCrothIri, Shoes and Hats V PRICES TRULY. tJ)D.O CO ;1Q I)U.ttO &( QQi . Oft for nFinq Ulster. Hned w;ith LL,VO doth; wortI$15. fop HcAvy Cassimcre Suits , ,wprti, $10, , ; $300,000 WORTH OF t utto vrU'l TJMtfS pinching, PitiCES:7 . V H4T, .. SH0,! AND - x 'WHAT KENTUCKIANS 4 4 SAV Tdr1 Dress feuiWC ' wdrth l5 and 18. ., ABOUT JH$ ,, "Wofiavo imno'rted"nhearuof eon- - Clothing, 20 Shoes, Hats FURNISHINGS ETOGWFSE inAam us Tlid'Electropoiso has been a ,positiyp J. Ht Llndenberger, benefit to mo. President Merchants' National apk, Louisville., . My 'confidence in tlio Electroppiso ows'strongef tlio more bcuj Jt., r Kov. w. w. ivans, uarronon, I look upon tho Klechopoiso as the means God has given us tp cure diseases in accordance with nature's laws. Miss Susan Edgo, Lexington Nothing has over helped md bo much, W TMatlicny, LcMngton. Do not llesitnto to recommtnd' the Electropoise. W. G. Graham, Lexington I am astonished at its Work. Ildnry Gilbert, Ldxhigton. Tho Electropoise will euro many cases nfdiscaso where nothing else will. It has worked like a charm in ray family, llev. Geo. II. Mean", Covington It is certainly a wonderful instrument, and it is more wonderful how it does its T ,E. 0. Brinley. Work, yet it does it. (Tho veteran plow manufacturer of thq Soutl)). Louisville. Tho Electropoise has been such a uso-fill thing about the house that wo can Frank F. Waller, not do without it. Lawrericeburg, formerly New Castle. Several of my acquaintances havo do- riVed much benefit from tho use of (ho Electropoise. J. Guthrie Coke, Russellvillo. Tho 'poise has cured mo of kidney and liver trouble. J. P. Savage, . Gray sfrect, Louisville. 511 Tho Electropoise has been a great relief to me. Itev. T. B. Miller, Russellvillo. The Electropoise has proved a great boon to me. E. Crocket, Christianburg. I wdtild rather have an Electropoise than Hot Springs foi llheumatlsm. ' A. 1C. Marshall, North Fork. It is small but great. X. A. Dowden, Frankliqtown. Thcro is wonderful good in it. J.S.Callaway, Smithfleld. gem. Tho wonder-workin- g ltev. W. F. Wyatt, Morning View. I speak advisedly about tho wonder , , li 146 floTJurros. anti will" presetit T5H6frte tivqrv dny to tho customer in our Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing Departments who guesses nearest to thu Weight of tho Uurrb'ih our window. Guess Cdnfa free with 'every purchase Hi thps .ucpartinens. , 1, ,3uiwj- - and Furnishings $14.98 t1J7 tyl! Qft' sO For flen, BoyB and Children, thnt would take, a pacq of thi? napcr to Mail WU,P Finest ot $25 Suits. enumerate? cut in proportion. orders filled promptly. , ( f ( - Wnif"ptii i 'I ' Giant Slaughter, Como and Buy and Get a Burro for your Doys. 1 "T g Now1 he Time' arid the Opportunity to Fit out for Winter B H rtmuna l" I Mail Orders Filled Promptly. iKcH New Fall Catalogue New Kfeady. i - ' mj- i- w , ,,., . . ,' KjQmliMis $ SinnmS01? 'i ,: Ml LOUISVILLE, KY. i Marllet St., Bet. 4th hnd 5(h. . Sensible Mississippi Farmers., baa Tho Memphis tho following: "Tho Farmers' Alliance, of Mississippi has adopted n policy thati will tend to strengthen tho order immensely. At Tupelo conference, during tho past week, an address was issued recommending tho suspension of all participation in politics until 1800, and urging farmers to doyotq their enorgiesjto the profitable diversification of crops. Tlio lecturers of Jtho state havo been instructed to preach this new gospel of agricultural reform and to uso every possible effort to dqvelop tho stock and trucking interests of Mississippi Concessions have been obtained from somo of tho railroads and commission houses for the sale of farm products will bo established in several of tho larger pities of tho south and west. This is a move in tho right direction and it is in lino with the original and fundamental principles pf tho organization, If the farmers of Mississippi will accede to tho suggestions they will bo ablo to mako of tho stato tho richest and most productive in tho union, lor tliero is nothing not actually tropical that cannot bo raised within her borders. Concentration of effort to this ond on tho part of tho leaders w ill do more in one year to improve tho condition of tho farmer than half a century of political scheming audspenking. The timais ripe for the work which tho Tupelo conferenco has outlined, and it will bo a blessed day for Mississippi when her truck patches are as numerous nnd her agriculture ns scientific .as they nre in South Carolina, Virginia and Georgia. As tho farmers grow prosperous, they wil grow powerful." Tho farmers of other states will do well if thoy profit by tho example of their Mississippi brethren. If thoy want to better their condition, let them glvo their titno and attention to the diversification pf their crops, tio production of tho, food supplies .required for homo me, ami tho cheapening of the cost of production. In their sparo moments, if thoy dcsjre to give any time to politics before thq next general election, a careful 6tudy of tho Ciiicago platform will not como umiss, Wo aro satisfied that, vhen tho farmers of tho south and west, seriously consider tho bpnefits that mubt como to them through the redemption of tho financial and tariff pledges of our platform very fow of them will over drift Into tho ranks of tho third party. Atlanta Constitution. Appeal-Avalanc- One . Way to Fetter Fplding Bed. "livery fow days yp rcad about peppje L "' S RATES: v praltitotf fnedlciutMuany years. ltev. D. II. Marimon, Pittsburgh, Ky. being caught in folding buds-ancrushed or strangled tp death or rendered cripples.for life,"" pajd a mechanic. "It is easy to prevent this. F.very folding bed can bo easily fitted with hooks, or bolts that will" fasten into unobtrusive staples or sockets in thd floor, and make it imposslblo 16 cldso 'tho' 'bell without unfastening them or'pullidgup tho floor. Everyone of them should have Bomo Ky. DP protection of tliis'nature. ! "A friend 'of mine whoi travels u great deal, and often stops nt hotels 'whord $c folding-bed- s aro .used, carriesna strong OP nickeled chain, liko thoso used in hangWHARFMASTERS, ing window weighte, jn his vaji8ey and - kEHTUCKY, nt ejthpr end jthere iq a gowl stput, screw CL'OVERPORT, eye. The chain is about .six feet ,long Ako Wholesale and IUuIl Dealers in and takes up scarcely anyroom. When, Capital Stock $25 000. Yellow Pine Flooring and Ceiling, ho strikes a hotel with folding beds he ' Surplus tJ 600. ' Lime, Shingles, Laths, lets the bed down, screws pne of tho, Hair,' Brick, Cement, B. F. BEARD, Preildent. screw oyes in the floor on ono Bide of the , , WILL MILLER, Doors, Sash and Blinds, bed at the foot carries the chain over ' M. H. BEARD, Cathler. tho'framo nnd under tho mattress to'the, and all kinds of Building Material. other side, draws tho chain taut, and Q. W. BEARD Sole Agents Tor Dlro tor MORRIS ESKRIDOE sinks tho other screw eyo in tho floor. Homestead Fertilize and Troy R. M. JOLLY. This method would not be a good ono to uso in everyday practice, but 'my friend INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Bone Meal. adopted it after ho had had an advon-tur- o accompanied )vith the cali promptly filled Co. with ono folding bed that ncaily Ordfti Louisville, St Lools & Texas cost him his life." Nobody should 3STO. a folding bed that is not provided with Borne attachment that will lock it so that it cannot bt. closed by accident. Tnlilnc F.tlcct Thoy nro as dangerous as unloaded guns. MiWclcU H. .usday, Juse 18J89a Utlca Observer. Wat Mound Traint Eait Bound JVini, rMS5 Iouisyille, CO. V GREGORY -- , BANK HARDIES BUR, a nt , , -- pur-cha- TABLER' BUCKEYE. PILE TIME SCHEDULE M.a Kxpr't Dally 7 45am 21. !J. If you will send your name or that of somd invalid friend wo will send you copies of letters from tho above parties and froni hundreds of others; people you know from overy section of this and othef States testifying to tho curative powers of tho Electropoise, Address DuBOIS & WEBB, 'Louisville, K CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK ! OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT A SURE1 Expr't Pally 6 30pm 0 4a STATIONS M Mall & St Kipr'a Exprt.' Dally Dally 12 11 IN BERLIN, PILES. Alarm for Its Invasion of America Well Founded. in Benin, Oil cases nnd 10 deaths being reported, Just now, when an epidemjq pf Asiatia cholera Itf auibug' the manning possibilities; all stomach and' bo Wei troubles' an importance bpyond, the ordinary, and Blidiild1 meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbud, cholera infantum, diarrheal dysentary, flux, colio and cramps, wind on thu Btnmach, flatul-- i ency, distress after eatjng, etc, all point conclusively to a bad condition bf tho stomach and bowels, and'all such dtsor-- " dors should be corrected at 6nce. i Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown. W.. Va., says : ''Lightning Hot Drops (s tho best medicine I ever'used for pains; for cramps and colic inchildreu, it can't be') beat. For flux, it is tho king." Mr. It. L. IJIonkipsbin, ofTooley, W, Va., has this to say. "Last April I had an extremely severe attack of diarrhea'? hud twenty-on- a actions of my bowels in. less than two hqurs. I took, three doses of Lightning Hot Drpps and H rolidvpd, me instantly." Lightning Hot, Drops, is tjip safest, purest, quickest remedy ever Compounded for each and toll pf tho nboyd complaints. Moreover, it cures all pains, 'external an'd internaL.andistho best safeguard knowti to deatry tho evil pfTecta ofa change, of, water or diet. ITeasant to take, we'eU encu, ciiuurcii iiko u. iiigmning not Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, at 25c, and 50c a bottle, on the guarantee : No relief, no nay. Try it onco. Bo not decelvdd. LooVf6r TraJo-Ma'r- k of natives gathering (.herbs. Made t)nly by Hrh Medicine gOtinnngficld, Ohio, , as-su- known for riio holographic dispatches of1 January 21st nMort tho otitUrertkof chdlcrd rfrieW, r?r4 and CERTAIN CURE 15 yenrs as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. by UlCHiRDSOX BJDICISK BT. tO., tOCIS. 720 723 730 744 800 8 8 tv.un'n 40 44 76J 8 01 SIM 869 900 915 9 24 Weit Point Howard Hock Haven Long Dranch Ilrandenburg Kkroq Gu&ton Kentucky bt. jrt ,.ar K2a 40pnt 45am 7 42 7 48 1140 1117 1108 1068 1049 10 40 1030 1U22 1014 1010 1002 7 29 8 30 45pm 730 722 714 07 ' H MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! I'osmvciy remoyc BOMB SPAVHT, 'lUngbone, fiplliit; 8 20 818 932 9 40 9 48 8S3 8 41 84S 8C4 86 9 01 966 10 04 New 'Laws. address before thu American 15arAssociation, Mr. Tucker, President of that body, gavo somo interlaws enacted by esting facts about various States within tho last year. ih Jtather.thu molt lafy ias Alje$ftrijj in JellUl States to make llivorco an 'iisy matter. Ithodo Island now grants nn absolute divorce when tho parties have lived apart by mutual 'consent fdr at least ten years. Colorado grants a divorco when either of tho parties has been on habitual drunkard, for ono. year? Upon tho subject of drunkenness, Michigan bos' a.uniquo law. It authorizes tho courts to send a person convicted of drunkenness to a 'gold euro institution for trtntment at public expense. This makes Michigan a magnificent field for gold euro institutes, and overy county will havo ono if the State is to send nil drunkards to them and pay for tho treatment. Many of tho States hovo passed laws providing against truancy and for Ithodo Island compulsory education. and Minnnesota will hereafter furnish freo school books. Massachusetts has passed an aqt to onablo, tow;is,to providd public ploy glujnyljlaia, ntt'admlrj ablo provision, as every town should havo, an aero, or tw 9 for thu outdoorsports of tho rising generation. Pertanng to tho ballot, thirty-siStates havo adopted tho Australian ballot with modifications'. Several States havo passed laws requiring voters to possess moral and educational qualifications. In California wages niust notbo enclosed in an cnvuloj on A'hicfi any political matter is printed, and in Wye ing it is atfiiifeftpfdiBcliargqrty orn- nloyc because ho has been nominated for an office In general, tho legljatiqn of thu country has been commendable, nil tending to tnako better citizens. CincfrJna'tl Tribnhe n-- In his annual rfMfiSKk 48 nffH& " $500 Reward IN Wittaont Pain; 1010 1018 1022 1025 1033 10 43 1064 1103 1111 11 10 Webitcr Lodiburg Pierce S&.t.ple Stephemport Addlion Y .668' 645 638 630, 618. 614 600 665 ' , ' , 968 055 0 42 , 9 37 Pf (Jrb, HOURS, 015 920 9X! 9 41 U4S Clove rport Shops Skillman HuwcBTllle 6U t was ruled by tho church even before tho period that wo aro in a measure representing. Of course, numerous pirates ,hjid their .homes, therombuthey were noY. inorepre8entativope6plo of tho country. On this 4trlp 4wo don't pro- otherwise. Wo Jiaven't authentic descriptions of their dress, and this argument was used against our enterprise at .,- j the outset. .,,rp ,iUXonuiy is.a.scafaring.natlon.and.a hjast d oftlie populallon.lucluding thoffsherraontro j ddpondeht ppBuJElie sea. Manj of iho son? of wealthy' go to boa for Ofo w yqara. as a nicans'pj acquiring, un extendedkriowl. edgoof tho world. Tho 'resuinis IhV when thoy settle down to business, i' "IheyeVoFdoilioy hovo uronder Ideas and aro better fitted for commercial life. Merchants who forsake tho Byo, Having accumulated fortnucs, frequently invest their ga'insn nanufncturit)g industries, and ifJlWiot uncommon to sco poluts f r merlyjfotcd or their shipping intercuts only filled yjth manjifactorica nfntfn some of these lla)cc's, tfiofyilppVgTinlcr-est- s arbffnuchonthe wane. i""V crowds Winmvo at all points that wo stop)ed sluco leaving ChlcagOi At somo places tho school children! were marched down to tho river to see tho ship Wo will remain herd till Saturday, or porhaps Sunday. "I will lecture at ntertatnti)outIIall Friday afternoon to schoql children and on FriayiTrtiiljV to(JWi'r.JK'nns, on Norsemen and the Discovery of Apier-ica,th- 6 ofd Vikings, the voyage across the Atlantic, and I usually devote ten or fifteen minutes to nn account of a rip -- ForTallnrocr fen SllsbtMtjInjury. Tliln Id the Greatest Wonder of tlio 15ta Century, attonlib. Ins, J it doe, the entire Yctoriiry world nmk.miiv. . m ,968 964 '10 05 10 21 1120 1120 l'etrle 'Falcon Cayce '916 908 902 868 862 967 927 " 844, 686' 'B21"1 SJ2J1-512 H03J 104.1 1142 i lSOSom 1265-h- 11103 1065 1100 Sworn Proofs Mall-- spavin cure ! cdFree. I 1110 11118 ,11 ...-- Bhlpa.oragcut8,.25por..e3nt.dio-and-tli- O' remaining 25 ccntrt'jHjrliapvbeinjt unfit for other 'busmcM 'follow tlio sea until they are Incapcitated by old ago. They arc then left In all parte of the' world and' America luiflitsshuro of them. Oncdoutof employment tlio old sailor naturally gravitates toward Jiis l nrttiyp lahdr""A1iomo of"lnls"Borl ls7 therefore, a sort of cosmbpolitan charily." Being asked respecting tho origin of the Viking Capt. Anderson said: "X was tha first to mention it. I thought of tho project first in 188t. At that tl'mo I was living in Now York, and hod been off tho flea about threo years. I had been successful in establishing a Norwegian-American Seamen's Association for1 Mattering tho condition of Nor-- 1 wegian sailors in Amorlca, and on our bndgo wo Inscribed. tho yjtfar n which Lelf Eriekson arrived in Amerit'a, as' well' as tho dnlo of tho establishment" of tho'.Association. I read un article in tho Now York JJorald respecting tho proposed ,World's Fair; Tlion it was contemplated to Upld Jt in New York. I told my wlo that, tho most appropriate thing that Norway could contributo td tho Worty 'ffFair wuldW nrTjBxact copy of tho Viking Blilp whlcnhad been sail i one-thir- One Lady Says 1 huvo been troubled for years with a hacking cough Havo had many doctors and tried fifty cough cures. I grew worse all tho tlme'i 1 tried Pnrks'Cough Syrup and found immediate relief. It begins nt tho bottom of tho disease nnd I know It is tho best cough remedy on thd market, ltofor any sufferer to Mrs. W. J Fahey, Le Hoy, N. Y. A. II. Fisher, druggist. A Itighteous Boycott. Tho young ladies of Hopkinsvillo havo sot on example it would bo well for, their sisters in other towns to follow-- , 'jhuy havp formed a union and resolved to "boycott" oycry young, nian who makes a practlco Of taking them to church and places where thoro is no cost attached and never offers to escort thorn' pn occasions when money will havp to bo put up, There aro always a lot of such fellows in every town, but owing to tho' lack of independence in tho girls, thoy submit without a murmur and accept their escort as quickly as they will that of tho other fellows who show niorp liberality. . Interior ilournal. Colonel tho first to long as wo is hope for ' . ... Dr. Gay Chedni, Ho 378 Cnl St., fiqvt Yorli. 1128 1135 1221 1224 1231 1238 lzin Poweri Patei Owcn'iboro Mattlngly OrlffiuV' 466 8121 1248 1264 50pm 110pm ar.llenderi'n Stanley Worthlngtin Head. Snottivllle Baikettt 761, 7 43 l?" v J. I I 785 727 720 lv 706iro 4 4 01 , 364 360 . .1 i .. . LouisyiflcfjadlnsliiKglWera.Jl.fl,, TAKIN'ti No. 2 TIME TABLE, . EFFKOT WE TELL YOU It mf to VDRSfre an.l plenaant uuil. np,'(hu feturnl K )rorll fur enry daV't work. Kutlj.U the.,liuilp(.f we pirertlic wortlue claj. We witch them how to mule money runluly, and eurutQev'cr)"oiiiiYho follows ovr liutructlom faithfully the making pf 8.1000)0 . month. Krerjr one who tukei (fold now mid work will mrely and fucvdlly lncri'tisu (heir rurulugi; there can be no nucitlon nbout If, otlior now at work re dolnjr It. and )ou, riader, can do the mine. 'IhU li the beit paying builnvit that you hare Crir hud (heeluincq to ircurc, You will tunkft a mlttaVe If you fall to give It a once. frave graip tlio kltnatloii, nnd act trial at, you f quickly; ftud wl dJrcctly which yoiuritlt (a a mpt pwpcrou y6u can lurelynmke and luve buiiuei,( large lulua ofnouey, I'Ui- - rrtulti of lonlya few hour work will often equal u weik'a wage. Whether yoa'ar(hl or tounif, man or womau, It do M we, tell yvu, and tuo. inakei no dlirvrence, Will incet you at the. Very Hart. Neither ee ex:perlenoeor,eapltal necetiary. Thof whpwojk for m nre rewarded. Why not write to day for full particular!, frcr ? K. O: AI.L15N A CO., Uox.No, A0, AuguiU, Mo ,, ex Sun. erSun, No. 5 No. 1 11 .. Dallv Dallv ..... JULY 29, lapi Aib uQunq iraini ri.'ni Dally No. 2 . STATIQNS, ex Sun. ex Sun- - nothing rxw vhen (re ttat In a iKniiaucut, moit that Mim Lv Irvlnijton Ar uarneld 12Z3 Harned 12 42 Hirdlneburt 1210pm No. J 118 Kirk 130 Jollyi 148 plendeane. 165 634 215pm ar Pall lit oughlv 614am 260 llockvale 654 3 02 Ruth 629 314 Atklpi 6 21 329 600 400pm ArFordiytlleLv 4 45ara 9 30am 835 815 760 715 . J Ifi .t-- l ir , x Chicago is floundering in a s'n Jf crilnb. HL'r grtat shbw 'driiw1 tliloVes; drid tliugd'ns 'well its'godd' pe'oplo,' and the former aro tryliifftb gdt' a 'living1 In ' their accustomed way. Who bewails his mjscrable condition more than tho slave to lilshablty Yt,lp is deserving of no syinpatliy, as .ho caa buy bt any first class druggist Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablets, wjilch nro guaranteed to euro tljo Tobacco, Opfuni or Liquor habit jii tlielr worst forms. THELOUISVILLEiST.LOUfSAIH tlBE; rL.E,IST.I..It. ' RA ,1 SHORTEST, QUICKEST Ar(iiiiErTLINBTO St. Louis, west We are prepared supply Lumber prmptly1 i n large or small Its, fr all purpses. ' IVn ITT nn ., andSoutli-WeiL- Evansville , ,, ? : LUMBER t HERQN & 0O is Efifeci Jolr 91, 189., 8i05 a.m...8ij&'p.m;..4,J9 Arr St. Louis T20 pa ...845 a m KTanirlll. ltO , ,.lri00p, Time-Car- 4 Lr. LontiTlIU p.'' For furtheHaforraattor,, Ingorsoll says: "Lovo was dream of Immortality, and as lovo wo Bhall hope." So thoro tho Colonel yet. n. n, uAMrscLL, ' call addrew. - i.icaWe"l'','8'-,'"'''m- SULZBR'S. " CLOVREPQRT, KY "V" it I" mcrrr "mbimirfiTir t?xT1D mrc NEWS. tci::t5i XVIII. ., r -,- ' r I , VOL. Kins ymil &ii " m- - Wl M 'A '.. - Mr k M A ,i j iJL m " : B "Ml "HlVv? in .aJI JT A J CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER The 2d,, 1893. It 1 ..it J pro;Ti Wherefore should I, aweet? Cntual Mating I condemn; Other lips your llp will meet When my kUics die on them! Should 1 grieve tht thU ihould bcf vui tr.,..,. ...in Hit. M mpt J Love youFAThat wert ftlneKstnR If ywl3 SftWre To.dy, 1 When the morrow comet you will Lightly laugh that love awayl Wherefore play thete fikle parttr Life and love will toon be done! Think vou God made human heart Jutt for you to tread upon? Will you brcal?Themynor;repineJ If you will, CHTFl'tTc;breakj .(.Inell I ilSptfiUrl f blo&l, The Clirisllan evangelist has come to stay. Tliis fact, becomes more apparent overy day. They are increasing in number year after year, and as they move from place to place they. meet thomul- t .,fiy rm &m . e . n ... iiiwiBH m -mcir crea- "iVOTKOIDU IK1HIBUD. t j 1l C .l.TT?.. 5,:tU"!iV.... kd ' Ht..J &&juvlcer lil enco to any special church or denomination. They aro winning souls to Ciirist nd they deserve the aid and encouragement of all good people in their labor. It is incomprehensible to us that any Christian influence should bo kicking against them. We can understand why sinners' sblbuld fikol tile "wIF wtthl toj ml 1 uU Cr fitiaflE vanKejiatil International Alliance. J. Jl.' COTTREl.t, IU, nV, I, Anthony Comstock, of Now York, tho iiistingtiiHueu lenaerin tno euori.io sup? egress, through legislative measures, the rculatioutOf vicious litcraturo through thd mails, and by penal prosecutions and penalties.to clean out.tbo augean .stables of iniquity, mado an el'aboratb' address before tlu Convention of tho Jnternat-- . ional Evangelical Alliance at Chicago Tlibdiscourso was rather a philipic against tho; varied vices that abound in tho land, 'it vas wlthia VehemencP and emphasis iut did not comport.felicitously with thd evident pains tho speaker had taken in preparation bf his deliveranct); The metaphors' toeroirather choice and .phraseology ratlior ambothly rounded, in sen tehees rhetorically proportioned) and in a passional push of voice that seemed "doliboratelyi purposed to impress' a hear-o- r that thertalof tho causo had eaten him up. Indignatidn a week bid is1 like a ijold potato.' A sprinklo of cayenne peeper upon: It is a poor substitute for thij heat of thooveni (Istliero notraucli of religionism wh'os tono' and taste' ought to bo fat. Give U10 Ijhin Bablos a chanco. Give thorn Babies Ai.)'! IT'S WAR Scott?5 . Eftiulsioit thp Croam of Cod-llv- or Oil, ylth. hypophosphltcs, and watch thorn grow Fat, Chubby, Healthy, Bright. Physi-iiantho world oVor, ondorso ' j Don't be deceived by Substitutes! rrcprdtjScott'.t Dowm.N. Y. All Druf jUt rfc'cpnt'Coiiferen'contElkton. ' Dr. Hbss, of the Nashvllld'Christian Advodate, in 'his) address, spoko 'of his contributors, aHq mb'ntioned the name of Rev. F. M. Ghlce, professor at Iliwasseo College, Tennessee, as ono specially excellent in rethcjlitorary llne;??6marfilngQiatiilfl tiring modesty, ,y7is tho cause of Idsjnot bfelngas fully-- Known and, prominently positioned, as ishis deserving. , Ho wns rri'yj conference class-matIn Alabama; niy'cotnrado at'Tuscaloosa, where ho was in charge of tho Femalo College, and, I f'preaehci-in-charge- ," and through, tho, years deep has called unto deep, as our sorrows and our 'delights' have multiplied 'and, tho grey has crept from the wings of td'110 to. our crowns. Ifprcached at night at tho Christian clidrch,pn.tho I'arablo of tho Prodigal Son. Ford took mo to task, next day for saying Alexander Campbel was an in the order ol providenco as an ecclesiastical theological factor, to qualify according to tho measure supplied by Kd individual joint other dehomina-tioiia- l factors. Ono who ronna has no right to tako to task one who swims. Gross Alexander had been appointed to preach at that place and hour, but asked to bo excused. Rushing went to him at secretary tablo and insisted, privately, but Alexander said, "No, appoint So Jtushing, (without seeing tho others of the commltteo,) stepped back. to tho pulpit and so announced. I saw it 'ail and was gratified. 'J had rath or Fishing preach than hear anybody. comes, next to preaching when they bito. And I can sing right well. 'Paris Extkact!" Whp ever heard of Bticii a perfume? It was ,1'ond's Extract about which Foskett fussed so In. our roonij at Chicago. When I told Young to sprinklo some of it on tho window-ledg- e to keep off tho rouges, I called it I Foskett was tho only ono of tho company that laughed. Another slipof 'tho typo in my communication, last, makes mo say, respecting Paul's commendation of sister Phoebe that all of us aro in tone and touch with tho natural, "unless it bo those who have recolved tho second blessing." It was written, "tho second blasting." To bo blasted, religionistically, is different from being blessed.religiously. Central Methodist. Cloverport, Kentucky. 1 o' apos-tle,jraisCot-trcll- ." u .1 , Andtiie.knifo'to tho PRICES,, now' between i,EVYS', Third and Market,. Louisvillo'sGrcatest Clothing,' 'Furnishings, Hat and other houses. Wo havo long doneTHE business in .CLOTHING ; wo ,arq der tcnniued now to do it in tho other" lines wd carry. We, are "getting there" so; fast lljat competition growir DESPER ATE. Never were so many "fake schemes bn'h'atid before. There are "Firei Sales" and "Lottery 6chomes'i.andMule , . , 1 MESltrANKL. St ANT Catarrh iu thoHcadf IsrtfiVlbtiljtedry.nTdmlaio or tlifi) anil as such' only a reliable blood purifier can effect a perfect und reliaplo cure. Hood's Sarsaparjlla ia tbjj bst;bloodj)iir ifli'r, and t haacjmnany very pvdo casts of catarrhjl GatarrhjtOitentitBea leads to consumtion. Take Hood's beforo it is to late. la HoSsOPJGa tibtnotltii'ifol iJhDoH proinptly.easly. - and efflc erine. nut act " iently0c.l UiIfII evm .. -- SIROCCO. prayer .1108115 meeting has The Highland "busted." Prevalence of mumps 'n the neighbor hood has causc jJSml? WXlrS.MtheiF, Morgan's BcholaioitBjgnpoT" jg m Tom Thornsberry is out again snifling breeze with a greater the north-Wes- t relish for "10,' cent oyercpata'' than, JIqi had eachjday and looks as happv as a etago horslln'a'greenl pasture? 'f l Mr.,Leauder Brunpr and sister, of Haniock6untytiifWr'spericlin,g,'alvfeck with Miss Gerio Neafus and other ( J friendSjJhave retUrhfcd home! Miss It. 8. Aboil, of Oak Grove, and RosaUrown, ol Cold Spring neighborhood, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony tho 4th inst. Kev. J. 0. Argabright officiating. No, Brandenburg, I am ono of thope unfortunates who did not get to tho Fair, but please don't place mo otuMWJ "bottom round of the ladder." ;!iavry!inflrrnh )jj;i ill "Kor of all tad wordt of tongue of pen, The taddett are thete, It might haye been." Mr. Will Coleman, of Sulphur Springs, on his return from tho WorldVi Fair pre. J ! Ben Pato has returned homo from Kansas. Our school is sliding along nicely. J. W. Wright, who sprainod his foot somo eight weeks ago, is still suffering from the effects of it. Born, Nov. 10, to tho wife of F. F. Wcatherford, a girl. W. R. Moorman sold his fat hogs to E. L. Robertson at 5 cents per pound. Wm. Frank is expecting his now engine evory day. Wo wish him success with it. Mrs.. John Frank, who has been very sick for so long, is Improving. J. W. Wright, and family visited Mrs Fpr a lanio back or for a pain in tho J. 0. Pate, Clovor Creek, last Saturday. sldo or chest, try saturating a pieco of Sirs. Pato is very loy with consumption. flannel with Chamherlain's Pain Palm Among tho Incidents of childhood that and binding it onto the affected parts. This treatuiont will euro any ordinary stand out in bold relief, as 6ur memory caso. in one or two-- days. Pain I5alm also rovorts to thp days when we'weroyodng, cures rheumatismt 60 cent bottle for sale nono aro1 moio prominent than' severe hy, A. It. Fisher, Cloverport and Witt & sicknesd. The1 young mother vlvlt'iy re members that it was Chamberlains Cough ' Meador, Hanliusburg. Remedy 'cured he of croup, and in turn administers h tolier own' offspring1 and Anecdote of Patrick Henry. Bide'by' VVSHSTd'l now Liko all great public characters whoso always" with tho best results. For AR. Fisher, Cloverport, and- - !Witl '& "Sleep, the sleep that know no wuklng, lives arp tho common property oflhoir Hy tho'gbide'n river thore," countrymen, Patrick Henry has betm Meador, Hardinsburg. :: ' '1. i""TLi 'I'll U And. my heart yearnsr with sadness rii'll' mado tho central figure of many interests . " .11 H ' when a'famlliar nanid in print causes my bo CatlwHc,, p,r .aptist ,95 ing tales, some doubtless, authenic,, but thoughts to revert to the halciou days or Methodjts(,or wat, thexs'hou,!)! receive, WXMter. Comsfbck's ireJotnderwaa with many more savpring of tho apocryphal. .flU3 lol nnirt tMtulfiV A tho oncpyragenieV ajd ,9he(?r ,o,f ,thpsp( rnu)h agltatldr yore, saying: (,Ifonethaa Tho' following aneedcto, whether trup edged' who beliqvo Uiat it, is hotter ,tpftve ,t(ian When life teemed as fair, at the tun-nTho first of Ainerlcan 'rJews'pa'rj'er child of the gentleman, at.'a buKsaw, wholly or in part, pr1 purely mythlcai, ' hate ., to tlanin. Atlanta Constitution a hold.lng It to thp; teeth', hewouldbardly shows tho spirit of porfqet confklenco in CHARLES A.DANNA, Editor, Floating o'yer "a1 (iome by the ea," stop to quote scripture tolifm.'' Gentle which tho peoplo of Virginia regarded ' Fr, Salem is a converted Jew,and used Ono will bo giving thanks in an orainr meii of the Alllanco came to me to ex- - him: to tell a little joke on himself to tho When Corn wailis. mado his great raid the American Constitution, the 'Amerl' by.liping,the.?nBans:of ftresa their approval pf tho caveat LJiud - , ' effect Ibat when ho first came to this ently blessed way . . ulMk, enabling! somet, poor .familyto! giw) dntqred. Uavet,maric you, notprowstt-- Unto Virginia, in 1781, 'the Legislature can Ideathe American 'Stjfrlt? Jhei'e country;' he had never seen any pf cour5ail.are'favdrabIe lo t'hov pun- - .fled .from' Richm6nd to' Charjottesvlllo. fW, last, anq all, (he tlH9e;'fore.yen( ., i. ,'i , though he had heard much talk thankn. . II .lli 'xf r f ,""'- - pressiofi,' turough.egal trocewcs'o( gpv- - hut tlio 'nearer approach of tho British T- -l 1: ., T .. .1 Air' ,l.i,t .1 . t about it and hada great.deslre'topnrtuVo errimcnVpf whatlttMcjft&t iM caused thp' Hbuse to break up suddenly A Missouri igirl povy. ..nake,iai,jicw. of the toothsome food. Taking passago ibno. Orleans, I think, as standard for, long rueasurflii.HerufPOt is r- Ifipent'most of tho lour tlays,pf my and in some disorder on tho 4th, of on a steamer 0 stay! in Chicago 1U IhVAliiancq Council. It if? related that Henry, accompanied : on his way to Kentucky, the fifteen .inches long.i 4 rt n! ii he was Is tho Kre'dtBt, Sunday Newspaper 'In Like a gpqso, (no! likqa ganderi agposa by iienjamin Harrison, John Tyler, and bread his mouth had watered for so long ervumttyifk'iiik ' wou, iJhaohyd'dUrosof.WirrdMJii'dt: 'Colonel Christine, fleeing from tho red thow.orid. '' "." ,';. v, was paseedqhirAlor tho'ilrsltitaeat.Uio Jitv" id&tt's 'wtt' Dr; DOT, (excoptcmHly, tHo'CAlunib'iari Ex- - coats, 'stopped ono ovening at a lowly dinner table, ..Ho'thougJit.it.was'.poUrid. a'year By" mail, ' Fcnner's Ooldoa position, and Icama back feeling, like tabin iu the hills and dsked for, food, Price 5b. cako hndbok a pretty good size slice. bnoqfthO'folks Solomon writes 30- - much An old woman who answered their sum'SBtywr, Dally, by mall, Imagine bls'fprisV) vvheri;hp1'ad keh ' teclnc forKi-LAJl- . about iniProverbs This chronic attack mons demanded oi them who thoy Dally and Sunr)ay,.by mall, v $8. a year mA'iiPK; a bito to find (as he tii'ought) its constitlofilmrieciinldsltv.hercdilaryln my fam wore. Henry, who acted as spokesman, "' iaicuriaf liirtei-$1 a year, uent parts, wee, made .up flf sawdust. Weekly, f .(.-.- -' : -- ' ' The "'"'1 eTlteiUU.SwelK ily, IquVibpptirtly ipxcuso qr my mjss-- . replied: : Ho had beori tajiglt tliat,ili;TO9,fJ'gi of "Woaro members of tho Iieglslftturei Ing the chlejipccasipn.,p.f inyillcj fnr Address THE SUN, Now York'. '' (o leave anythihg on his piny in(immiloij, all, candpr, I must and havo been compelled to leave Char- -' 6 It lwji eures sight peeing, Yet, in plato at the table or in other words to aoknowJcUgo orcpnfesa tp anindIiTerencoj lqttesvillo on account'of tho approach of ' fr" Under TbUrer wvae, SfttomBition, Utroun, to what is.meroiy curious. Tliesp Jawna' Ltho enemy J' (and ihe HVI t, vpg hmp) there ,W QpUea, of daylight landsunhursls, fr6zn1tliorriiu,'of ,"Rlde on', then, ye cowardly knaves," lemma to get Qut7fwWb--tBW- s . elpn, KeUef cure. Ttut ,lt ii tb) It will cure V ." healenli-in- d evenlngsj bringing on yio alio repliod in righteous wrath. ;' 'Jfy il.l . Rd lio ft rfo'aiutaptlon, pplled1 ekternallj-moon husband aiid sons have gono td Chariot- -' Uken In S drop dosqa.'on small lum6 of iujir In' h6hr when, llko 0 BvaeU Making things lively in Un- finger. Put salutes.thp Qcnielerles where sleep he tesvlllo' to fight for ye and yo aro runternMl. You havi' ioro, brul .nq really. the BUe pa It ando urprldil)9W at gritty mi forest trees, ning away liko curs. Clear outye shall 'demear; jyou'lt'Pnri the, l&M otwvtls he U wtlL On anrotber.aore jt W the ae.W . '6heilsliedpnes ot$lh-riu- m have forgot' one '' ' alllrpotedln thAboso'm of.tn.other earth; ,havo nothing here!" n old ore ,1 e4uBe " "he eschewed. Suflico it to Bay that the first dimpapplted too "But," expostulated Mr. Henry, "wo reason when! you come,1' and place Aft Stepped fWor roehlntfiW' WFeraU else 14 failed. CoM'sorMoa jourllp (the birds and'heasta, yea, the poople v u 1.1 ho wbaU'lMrWi Um curt4.byvf l In one pgt,-- ' yU itrieA t 'all aro discourse, continuous, declaring ,wero obliged to fly. We could not seo if .you!y,e iany .ourisoty on lirma'a for soretoroang.iounapurseu, Leglslattire b.rqken up;- - Why,.:hera the ., 11... o. i.- - nr- - ir- piece of corn-breac . m t at once. Now- your lungs are .' 1. .iia. Jine, ib "Wijl pay yott to cbirie WatCU my corn, ngiiu( in riuiiio oucjinur, ju. funieyiif jryui uoJ ltaulokfy,eUresfnha'ramat6n of the'luac. A Oliariat'Aal d had been i ndellbly 1 m pressfore (Mr ;jtifj ha,a,gotten cnronlo cough Consumption Is on yey.' ' It will1 the Dhlo jivor, I seem; to' feel McTyeiro, think ho would havo lieu, haa 45. not been ed onTilsnlKa once, ure yo Justs, ;i 9 JaBawsaaMwu Walter'C Harris,' Tora Abedetly,r Jr;, ''hecessary?" .gtatfui in Bigji.oig.tjiq'por-cracker- , il.WHl.llOJ permit uuimBiiuw w tfist. deat'pf. Mr. "falWayfl thpught iigreat It anajFatherTiliyilstoning lo'trib' think. fa'Wfcvu'wrM eenWmptlon-itat.'- es Our ,8tock can' be,' matched Words 'are inadequate to express AVhjit do I think! Oh! Uift memories! Harrisorl till now,"' replied th'o'wohian, i(tiw, ' at finding his inouth filled would sore throat. sore la.a f)j)'atoottiafci astonishment your lungs is neaiea ' '" ' or a neuralgia. The ', w9opuKmftiorrver Dank his Vho'd no btislness to run awayj"arid'ehd in Cloverport. ' with "sawdust" again. And I don't ex- - and vou are welL One sore Is not much unlike Onoltha' gratefulness' for friends, living here, and was about to close the door, con-No, jnaramation,BO sore,' no1 td thls'l ?t pecUM?. Salem likes D. ' tahlMDOonful cures La QtlcDCi "lipid, gppd woman," urged Mr, all vp Up1 yonder. day. BlUpn'tJasi; Ijlm '.If 'h satisfaction not 'given money refunded. It fpr;ft wprd.or.two more aboutpur Honry, "you must know that Mr. Tylor K. C. Bnbbagc, Manager. Npw ..jMIH dtoappolBt. Take bottle boa t4y. two-wlieiiilo-quenGod-fear?n- g ' to-da-y . I 11 a handsome present, souvenir;ol ihe great ypjuuf binn Exposition; a cover for a center table of Turkish design, .bach corner s representing a man and woman in the the act of gathering potatoes. As we see them tho church bell across ihe' way is chimiug the hour of vesper, work, suspends, while our worthy couple ,of ser-vitoil bow their heads u humble de.? votion. Tho man has dropped his fork, the woman has set her basket brim full of thR.fruUs.of their; toil doyn. on tho ground. Numerous potatoes are, scattered about hero aud therp, while to one vehicle, a side stands a little hand propeller, which conveys their little I crop to tho. etoro bquse. And.Kevi Salem, of "Sweet Owen,'' is preaqhingin Cloverport.. When. J first noticed tho item in the Plaindealer, having overlooked it in the News, I was thrilled with an indeed, iiile feeiihg as, tliough a messenger lrora home, sn'det home, had suddenly loomed up beforo me and, ,,was about to renoun. 'scenes Not that Owe of by gono days. county was my former homej hut Fayette county wa9,iandAofMhayail3passed Silas church ju8trricrossnliGllIno if! Bourbon county whero Mr. Salem 'pr inched foryeare, and wjierj .time ,and again ,1 have heard nliu expound biblical truths to kindred aud friends, many of whom senteT"llis'wifo"""wM that th5; y should'havc Ttocontend against Good obstructionists in tho church. lo testify that, their presenco in any unity brings gratifying results, and pious peoplo aro always glad to meet and greet them tufftgtT gflBrwhly 4Batftewf m iHan ttoonSwiio are fouffiinte ohoHiti 1o he In charce of congregations oi good people, and are able to command good Enjoying the confidence of salaries. jliui.rjqijgrijgatiqiij, they can hold their ministry with the assurance that they .will bo wcUjcarpjlffor. They are generally willing, if the world leaves-thethe closo" rjf Mr.'Cornstock's 'addresd, for tho world. a gcntleman'iarose' id the assembly hn'd alojn?,lto So&VdfWirfbave'their hands full with inquired aato tlib rhethbd of re'mWyiiig their own flocks, and watch with suspi- thd (eVHb'ld I'vils which 'had been 'rwi'-- ' Mr. COmstpek replied.' cion friends or foes. Likewise some of them not all of them by any means Let tric'hiin'jsters of tho iaospef ihalto ov lesp iniquities special themes of dis N r" .'wsH. ll are i. UtV Hi . "IW . . . . . ii urse, . vauil j igpiuB ipjpK JViwmauw let them insist upon the a species oi religious iramp. ennctjucnt add enforcement of laws for But it is these religious tramps that are their'supprcssion, bringing thoso, who now.dolng mostioiattract the attention vio)alo"the, faws to punishment." minis of tltJHvorloIir!dHhe fencctl-i- n Tho sub'stanco, not the words, is given. ters, and sinners, and may as well Thir6 was expression upon the countjUeynfWSMll&Ktho fact that they enance 6f the. audience as of doubt. I are hero to stay. They shoot at the bulls took tho floor for a few minutes, and eye of $!njm'tjipy make the bell ring asked f there would not bo danger of overy time thoy fire, because they go tho' Church and ministry deflecting from fight. &L si n ith(ho bible; they speak thcjlino.df service and ministration exout In'mecting, and pull aside tho cur- emplified by the. divine Master if they, tain, and VieAVinake tho peoplo think. attempt tlor role recpmmended? The A pVominenl member of tho recent highway olf iiistpry, for centuries since Christian Workers' convention in Atlan- Christ, Is one Golgotha! bones strewn ta occupied a pulpit of ono of tbo largest alohg tho way, that vero broken n't tho negro churches of tho city a fow days instance of priests .and preachers, suffiago. He was a white man from New cient to huild pyramids mora numerous York, a federal soldier durftig Me war. Jand tirtlcr'thah thoso In Egypt. , Ciirist kWtvbearledj was consigned to crucifixion by a Roman 9KRearnCst carpet-bagge- r at tho instance of tho made n woriootful impression on that Cliurcii; and tho crucifix as ,a sign,, the' congregation not by honeyed words and crucifixtioh business has. been, through misplaced social equality talk, but by the! ages, enacted. .plains unvarnished UhristspoKp a respect, matniy.oi tup told Ids congregation t that thoro were ipoison, and pitylessness pf pieUstiq orty-nin- e negrp preachers in mo peni venjomi of legalistic 8,qyeri(ie3. His, par-'abltentiary; of Cfe6rria'Bnd IhafBO P$r;:(!c(nj, fire priucipajiy.in disepvery ,of the of tho negro convicts of tho Btato had ruin w'rojightjthrougli, .hn miscppcepUpn professed religion. Ho set thoso peoplo of rheq afectjng" gqdlineas, ,"Thq to thinking inthiiildqieufil"tW.ou the people dieard Him gladjyl" JThq truth of tho maxim announced nearly undoipmon pepple "gnashpd .their .teeth,; nineteen hundred lyearsi ago by. Jamesj and said , behold a gluttonous man ana a the evangelist, that in this world there winerbibbert, a.friend of, publicans and can bo no peace without purity, and',hat sinners! His words of tenderness inspirreligion canno be used as a cloak, to pn ed Jippe, andgratitudo In hearts, verging tcct against sin unless thoso who. profess upon despair, drawing to His feet it aro sincere ones who washed them with Thousands of dollars are fyeing cojlect-ic- d their, Jearsf "If I ,may but touch the weekly by our gojid Christian pcoplq hem of His garment!" I yender if there .to send, the pospel to the. heathen, while, is anywhere in tho.rangoof art a painting tho heathen in, our midst, as deep see in that depicts the sceiio of His writing idolatry and sin as tho Hottentots of with ilis finger upon tho ground, whilst, Africa, are left to tho religious, tramp. "fnjm tho oldest, to tliqyoungest," those But. ho is coming; ho inhere, delectable gentlemen' were creeping off, w.orkcrs, with astdunded? "No man, Lord!" able the Bible in their bauds and Christian "Neither do I condemn theo! Gp and precepts on their lips, thoy aro lal'ioring sin no morel" Oh! blessed lips. What unselfishly for the satvatiou of whites were tho world without the words they and blacks. They preaqh thp gospel of spoke? Tho inagistracyof tho country tho aa it. was. nineteen Government ordains. Let it perforin its of old.as.good centuries ago, that thore can be no peace function; Tho Church is a ministration without purity tho" plain, simple truth,, 'Of roercjr, dispensing a gospel Of healing. holding good in huil.ness.and politics, as .Glvq me to the place where my erring well ns m religion. Good jpeoplq Isnow, brother pr sJfctQr inustgreot mo, through, this; bad, people pught tp, Hi,ow t- - Jtis, iron fiajs, and, let me fool the .franchise ifho wprpitjie'religi.rius tpnpp Jo prp-- ( f'ulthiiato iove and syintiathy as Lkne.el clai.nit to all. Tiloy are' doing it, by and! tay: "Our Father! Forgive taking in thp highways aud, byways,, not lis!" Of courso, there js.elsqand other waiting fprth.6, sjnner, ty (comeirrtq4 hejrj tha$ is requisite In t!iipecpnpmy,',of this mqetjng.Rlacestiioy go to nie nieeving .organic life of oufsj'but that otherWmd places. In,' proclaiming tho gpsppl ,of, els'prs provldedp,r?without preachers beCiirist, wla'ther theso reliqus, , tramps, coming detectiyesjinformers, or pollco- m THE i, KNIFE Guessing and rackets" all ,to no avail.' Tho crowds k'eop coming to LEVYS,. TJie SHOE DEP'T.js booming ; The II AT DEP'T Is booming, and woaro selling; moro FURNISHINGS than anyolher house. ZCHEIR every day ; wo Jilay-fo- c" specials and cnt priceslunderthem Avd wo want the folks to understand, thnt NO MATTER WHAT PRIORS ANY OTHER HOUSE HAH NAMED,. DOES INAME, OR. WlLLlNAME, LEVYS HAS NOW lU? AND WILL HAYE XOWER' PRICES. Send a cash'IAIL ORDER ; money refunded if gopds'fall to please ; express paid on orders of $5 pp more, for 200 milca from Louisville. n - . 1 h. ,,l TJ'.,iu..i 1 il n- - t s . k '. ,pr Col. Chrlstinb' would not' fake'to'f light' THE POPULAR FAVORITJj without? good fdasdn, w'ould' thd y?'" "No, indded!" she saiU; "But thoy aro 'hero,'' said Mr. Henry,' " pointing to his companions. Tlin nlil womnn mir.pd at thp Partvi'bllt " 'rejoined': wo lovo these gentlemen, - "No matter; but if' "they have" run away from the British thoy shall havo nothing to Pat in - - my house." In this extremity Mr. Tyler stepped forward and said 1 IMO "Whatwouldyou say; my good woman if I were to tell you that Patrick Henry bad fled with the rest?" "Patrick Henry!" she answered angrily, and with. much disgust. "Patrick "EISS-ME.- " Henry, sir vyould never do such a disreputable, covyardly act!" ASSORTED FLAVORS IN EACH CARTOON, "But this is. Patrick Henry," said Tyler, pointing to him. The old woman was speechless for a moment, her face depicting most proAt length shp found astonishment. "KISS-Mfi- " ' GUm: - pearly "Half irMillion Oakes Consiiined Every Week. .:"' - DBRT. NO GRIT, That is Why Everybody Chews . ' H" - 'Ml r Now stul-stiwi- "Well, then, if that is Patrick Ilenry it.musl bo ah right. Come' in, ye are .welcome to tho best I havo," Blue arid Gray. McQUA DY, Republicans are all happy. said: is the time to come. Before the Rusti We are nicely, . comfort-abl- y ; J W. Pate hasa long grin It's a boy. J. on his face. U cpm-moh- '.. Meeting closed with good success. D. Taul and Miss Mina Bland were ninrried Thursday.. Nov. 10. We "wish Uhe'm a long'life and many J. D's added tp them to; comfort them In their oiu' ago. ' busy, ahcl can 'fix ycuJ'up at your leisure, but. if t'you that wait till the snow flies you'll Mbn, VftifSn,. find everything jammed witli Exerything !Boys, Girls eager buyers, Get life" win- and . Children Wear. ,.1 ter suit, the heavy overcoat, the .thick' underwear, all winter fixings now, and when; the cyclone strikes you'll be ready. We knowyouwill"come here, but come early. M-EYEE, JACOB & J BIG SPRING, KY. FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! XHLK SL Aoyjreaifer pouis l GIoke-Deinocr&- I Elghtago.s 'eachT uesday and Friday, Sixieen pages every Weok. AdREATSEMlWEEKLY-PAPER- rtestr, ONLY ONE DOLUR AYEARl ' P y t'Ur namei 1 of,tbli paper oao, get lt;fre by iteming n;club oi three eobicrlbei'ind forw'afJIng ON XUIS BLANK, wltbiTIItlKIJ DOLLAnS, , ID'GCOBE PRIrJTWG CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. , n ' ilemlt by Dank Dran'.Toit-Oflic- e or Expre.11 Money Order, or"Kegtlfered1tter7Fample ' "' ' i ooplej'wIU'b'e'iont free on' application. '" I it '..iiiii.-- . corn-brea- d, ' , j" . ! . at-Ne- . The Sunday Suii' . . ' td GLbbE PRINTING CO., St. Louis, Mo.;, "" I . ''" OJcCJDElK me and .J J JJJjA.JM JS;. i .'". ..' .,f, .. ial ,'Vi ti.'-- i u ii-- .' . : i'. ' Honlth',8nd H.00J and, the natuci 0? three'' eubf'erlbcn op btMkljppad ' .;:l:, tho from BEiiiEKiiDdiNtwBiipublUtied'atOlovtrpprt, 'OLoBt'DMobalT'for'oneyjar'to Kanie of tender ,r j Kyi iPjeaie lend the fvuoyt, .jsdPbidat ioeactibf the iubierlbers naiued, '' ' : ".,. , i.f.(Hj,...."'i .,1 JM I . .n'.i .ll l.i v- - "'' ''' ,!l hi mi aroe,! ;. !. ' ,v....,..t.....f..:..-.v,..M.,....Stat- e nu f.ul i'Mlft 'ij HiS.!- v!!(yv,"V'rf State. r i .rrr I , .. r. ' . N I I TffSi pf,5ubct)brt.-- I0l-pfllC- C -- 1 .'t T -j 11 ZuSm'im 1 . .. rAre. Jl.tlj. An Engljih ..j3HTaa-wd- i ......ixt n HV11H (- t;t W Pk, n- -f ,qt Juilgo and' jury 'have olpmn'dedared It no libel to call ' ! r d. orn-brea- NTiP - ?? W.' ed bfinU-plpn2rir- 5 (friaktfio , tht onjau "a woman" though bhe clalhis tp b "a latiyi' "ij'i'i.l ,11 ufiiniici - HK BiHH1 IHi mW xei mM)l.ft'lV-l)U'-l V,' . , 1 Jis ,1 b?,"- r"' ' at ' J ' ',snLZER:& ' VFi niiH'iir"Kitn' iijL'LJ.'jJLBL'ImiffLa?! i HUE'S CREAK i laffejfli 1 MtlilKA mm, m m ' prriR,2a..Y,EAKBv 177- -" eorn-brea- d -- Jno. " Babbage, Fever ever used foe Chilli roftindad. your money will lo ad Plcagant to take. Price' 50 ct. la lf!0. 0. O. Certain CWllCure" HmImj remedy you have EVERY not thd' bot ,mf kr iiim i SOtiD BVERVWHKBK. 1 KatKM mww hi.., w. uba alliWorm RiTMMlk.!(. lOnLE fitfAAANTEE " ,,eU W K "! ,itdJ 1 ' ' AWS T THE, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1893. Jno, D, & far . BGREXGKBlNKLIDQEX BRANDENBURG. 2 nrws, gloyerport, ky. THE DRURY ASSIGNMENT: A Statement From lhe "Assignee And Mr. Drury. i (Rusli Is dead. w i of 'Agrlcufture, Jeremiah fr r y 7, 0. Balfcage, Edtton and PtoprUt'ri Mall and fcipres. going tCxpresa Loeai 1., St.r,. 4cXB.ocal Time Curd. " " Eul " .". " Kt. Wast West " ynickkufv " " .BM........11.3i.iB. 'Wiit.';.":.. 9 .42 a.m. -- 10.38 am. n 6.00 p.m. 9.15 p.m. - 9.20 .m. SIX PAGES. AKifncomo tax is Bro. Clcrry will preach on thanksgivMembers of the New York Legislature ing Day. receive $1,500 a year. Mass last Tuesday and Wednesday morning at St. George. The noted Kentucky out law, WHs. Wor-lan- d nuwuru win lxj uarjgcu in Missouri icc. ' Misses AgacstMalin' and Agnes for a short stay. aro at homo 29th. Mr. Andrew Falrlelgh lias been con- WIvjrou lmvn'anyoiey'tob"uylporkji Sficd tOihk bed.but'isory,much bclter.i the question is, what havo you dono Stuart R. Yonug and MIbs Addlo G. with your summer wages. Ditto spent Sunday with tho Misses -- 5 Lewis. people. U. S. "government. The Maryland State building at tho left Mrs. Raclmel McQuonan,Jwho not popular with the World's Fair which cost $20,000, has here about 1802Js he rerom llillftboro, been sold for less than $1,000. 111., to see old friends."" Milton Wood, colored, died last 'wxek The latest report from tho committee from compllcatioVordiseiweSj. He had on Ways and Means Is to tlio effect that tho respect of tho wu1tocomn!unily. the duty on refined sugars will be reducA pleasant surprise party at' Mrs. S. ed 50 per cent. P. Woolfolk's and tho Aid at Mre. wero tho only social gatherings The first thing tho Legislature ought of tho week. mvr h to do Ib to repeal tho primary Election Mrs. J. W. Rlchardsoniiad expected Mass ConvenLaw. Tho to entertain at an afternoon tea this tions are the best. week, but as Mrs. Taylor Hayncs is quite ArronxL'y , General Hendricks has sick, sho hits postponed t.r Will Grlhnell C ail' an imitation to Building brought suit against ninety-siand Loan Associations in this state for Thanksgiving dinner at Mr. Neat's, of failing to comply with tho provisions of Now Albany. .He Is of tho firm of Neat, Richardson & Co., Louisville. tho now corporation law. Hon. Chepeze Wathen and wife aro An effort will be mado by tho citizens permanently settled in Owensboro. Wo of Owensboro to have their public build-in- ? aro poorer by their loss and they of that enlarged. It will cost $30 000. Tho city much richer. They are good, noble 5g5U bul.ding is entirely too small for transact- andttraeTjJiMstwfr ' .. ing the government business. JYpungi-People.Missionary Society a' held an unusually pleasant meeting last The Secretary of tho United 'States Sunday night. D. W. Lewis warmly Treasury puts out tho startling Informa- urged the necessity of a choir and ono protion that during .tho s' was organized to sing at both churches. ceeding October last thero was 'an inFather Herbuth, Louisville, now has crease of over $1257000,"000, In honey in charge of the Catholic churches hero and circulation' and sui'Vthera is a Wy of at Paynesville. Ho was educated in hard times. rParis, France, and is a talented man from .whom wo expect to enjoy somo enWe hear considerable complaint about tertaining sermons. tbe.bad condition of the school houses in Tho Aids continue with unabated zeal. many districts of the county. It is still exert a Boraebodys business to put tlio school "Snap" and "plates" houses'in repair, and'keop them so for mystic spell over their devotes and on circle1 tho comfort of tho children. Especially next Friday, night thu charmed will meet at Mr. Bondurant's tocontlnuo is this desirablu'in the winter months. tho whirl and the catch. Miss Daisy Mclntyre's ner cent in in Senator Vorhces said in a speech to tho Democrats b( Indiana a few days ago strumcnthl music for tho quarter wan 1)8 that there was no reason why the party In vocal 95. As Daisy was my first best should be discouraged. Ho belioved'wo pupil for four years, I'm not surprised at Sho ranged wero nblo to meet tho Republicans on her excellent standing. 'Overy'polltical IssueYand that Iho party' equally as well in other studies. Tho new comers to this sphere of ours in due time would redeem every pledge in the last two months are nearly all of the it made to the people. feminine gender. A girl baby at Mr, There is no reason why tho Demo and Mrs. H. T. Haynes, followed ono at crats should not win. the fight for tho Mr. and Mrs. Mahan's. Girls prepond county offices here in '94. The late de erate now I sympathize with the boys, feat should not discourage anybody That was a good one thu Messenger Thero aro many ways to account for our got, off on our official prominent in losses in tho November contest, but why religious circles and tho hot to bo found Let us counsel bible. Now you see how fortunate it grieve over split milk. togother, and in the contest ahead put was that the wife was an Episcopalian our best men forward, and' avoid all You'll never find ono without a prayer wranelcs in our own party lines. The book. News believes that there Is victory ahead This little burg served as a gretna Hut green last Tuesday for an eloping couple if. tho boys will stand together. first of all wo counsel harmony and good from Harrison county, Ind. Wilson fellowship from tho beginning. Jenkins weio tho contracting parties. Ceremony at St. Cloud by Bro. Clerry, Thfre nre no better fighting Demo- with Will Howard and Will Grinnell crats in tho world than those of Indiana. groomsmen. Not longer than last week about 200 of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Casperko wero in tho leaders of tho party. in that State, Louisville last week. Georgo, to see his met at Indianapolis and pledged their physician, Dr Wm. Dugan, who 6ays ho allueiance to its principals, and express- only needs time and earn to be a well ed their faith in Cleveland and his adman Again. George is loud in praiso of ministration, and jn his ability to restore Dr. Dugan's ability and skill as a sur confidence in all sections. Indiana geon and as ho hails from Meade county, sometimes flops and iroes over to tho Re- wo all naturally love to hear his praises publicans, but it is not for tho want of sung. leadership. Both parties aro strong in So "Frank" of Messenger fanlo and numbers, and when a fight comes on, the from Breckenridge county will bo a whole of them turn out and work liko candidate for County Judge. Let's see beavers. what you'll do for another staunch Democrat without the aid of Meade. "Frank" The repo'rt of'tho auditor of public ac- had better como ovor tho border and try counts to the Legislature, now in course for an odlco where Democrats reign moro of preparation, shows that out of 110 abundantly if some do fall to rally (oc- counties in tho state,; only; thirty-eigh- t I'OHiuunyj vu uivir Biunuiiru. paid moro revenue into tho ireaouryiJfor rMrs. Georgo Clarkson returned last tho year ending Juno 30 lasf; tlittn'they Wcdncsbay from a visit of two months draw out of it, which wero four less in to Mr. and Mrs. Anslem Clarkson, Big number than the previous year of 1892. Spring. Miss Bettio Clarkson remained A noteworthy fact f this tablo of reMr, Anslem with her grand-parentceipts and expenditures, a commentary Clarkson is getting feeble, but is looking in itself on tho government of counties better than ho has for sometime. He controlled by the Republican party, is was with Mrs. S. P, Woolfolk while tbo proportion of Democratic and Rehere. publican net revenue counties, taking o t aflbnls'me genuine" delight to tho last presidential vpto as a basis of facts; that Mrs. D. W. Lewis is n calculation. Of the counties, only two paid moro money into recovering and that DrD. OvPii8eyafter tho treasury than they drew out of it, acoiifilct with la grippe is victor. I am equally grieved to indite tbo Intelligence which is a proportion of .052 per cent. of Dick Ditto's relapse, Dick was ablo to rido out and no doubt contracted cold, How's This but a speedy change for tho better is Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Howard hoped. for any caso of Catarrh that cannot bo I attended Sabbath school of tho M, E. cured by Hall's Catarrh cure. church last Sunday and spent an interF. J, CHENEY & CO., Props. esting and instructive hour. Tho Supr Toledo, O, erintendent, Mr. Tom Teare, is efficient Wo tho undersigned, havo known F. and painstaking. , Tho' teachers all inJ. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be- terested 'in k their work. lAn entertainlieve him perfectly honorable in all busi- ment for tho children is on tho program ness transactions and financially ablo to for Christmas. The ladies of the church carry out any obligation made by their will have a novel entertainment some-tim- o firm. during tho holidays, besides, tlio West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, .Misslqnary societies of tho Methodist Toledo, O. Waldfrig, Kjnnah fc Marvin, andiBaptist churches will liavo an evenWholesale Druggists, Toledo,-Ohio-. ing pi exercises together. Save up your Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken internal- 'coppers and nickols not to mention dol ly, acting directly upon tho blood and tars and dimes. Surprises, pleasant ones, aro far more Price, mucous surfaces of the system. Sold by all Druggists. agreeable than anticipated pleasures and 75c. per bottle. Testimonials freo. it was just so wljen that "wldto winged messenger" camo a few days since from that'cousln of mine, Edwin Foote, bookNEW BETHEL. , keeper (or Glcnmoro Distilling Co., of Owensboro. It was freighted with 'kind Items are scarce. uTho protracted meeting at Ilito's Run expressions for mo and mino, with a happy account of his own littlo flock, folIs progrcssing,nicely. lowed by & discrjptipn of a trip east to I' This must surely bo a beef year, as our relatives. Ho tolls mo that tho will people aro butchering bo many- - beeves. pf tlio'lafo Jfi. Alexander Is. still miss On lwt,iq?uesd7riCaPpfdaT ing, tho' onewas executed in '00. wjiilo a tale." Wills aro not spirit- from onoof h'er claesmatcisln, aplayful. .iI'mikmh iinlncn 4lm njiiiib la viufcucu ... 10 ml41.ml tu mi una uuicoo iiiu manner which caused 'he'r" to" fall." 'It habiliments of tho flesh. Ed says he hurt her badly but she is slowly improv- - takes great interest in theso letters. I'm glad to know that thoy afford, iim the , Mr. ajid lln, Jaiuc 8. Bana, were In, slightest pleasure and I'm happy to hear Cloverport lAstiMoudayshopplng. from a number of friends (hat they en- ll&sit't Rocky Run Jrozo up7 Wi havo' joy" communicating with mo through tliis medium. not heard anything from thero lately. It costs $500,000,000 a year to run tbo iliSSWS HfM The Stato has entered suit to prevent tlio consolidation of the L. & N, railroad and th'e 0. 0. & S. W. The New York Sun has mora sound Democracy to the square inch than any paper published in America. ColLectoii Powers, says the Messenger, has only two Republicans left in his service and the Heads of theso will go oft ' i v x sooni' The man that beats Alex Montgomery for Congress in this district will have to set up mighty early in tlio morning to do it. i IleJgjBtronger ln this county to'day tlian mTeverTwas. -' Florida's orange crop this year is much larger in quantity than previous years. It is estimated at 5.000,000 boxes and is also much earlier. Oranges jn this mar--' kci are ciicajer.iunn nppies. I spent last Friday afternoon at Mrs. W'illeti's Bchool listening to recitations and Bpeechcs by the pupils. We will all agree that an aftornoon devoted to such exercises is beneucal in more wa)s than ono. Tho memory is strengthened, gained as woll as soraovknow-ledg- o of elocution acquired. I was particularly pleased with Win. Bowline's sketch of Horace Greely, written from memory and expressed In his own language. All acquitted themselves creditably. The order and attention of the entire school reflected great honor upon Mrs. U. V. Willett and we are justly proud to claim her as our teacher. Thanksgiving Is upon us and we are expected as a nation to join in-- thu, "God has crowned thy work at last," We, Frail creaturesof humanity, have, throughout tho year; been taught bcautifuljesson by pur Creator and n havo accepted tho blessings of each direct from His hand. Our favors have como "with the morning light and In tho darkness of the nighttime." Thoy arc coming all tho time wo may havo mistaktn sotnuiof them because thoy came as sorrow, bereavements, trial. If they havo purified and refined us, given us moro Christ liko character!?, were they not favois? Vacant chairs there maybe, bushed Voices too as we gather 'round tho festal board, but let us join hearts and hands for tho promise, "Come unto mov' rich and poor, high estato or low, yet every heart has causo for Thanksgiving. Let each give it from an honest heart. You, In your wav, I, In rny way the like religion, so it be heart-felt- , form matters not an-tliesea-Bo- 9 J? . V. It Wni. a t'mr and Rriur,AlEhlnolit . ? i ntiit All Creditors will lit Palil In-lul- Progress i ' i ) I l. Ilhwi.swiaE, Mn EniTom KV. Nov. 27. ,four-month- HARDINSBURG. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOIXO OOIXO -- WC8T. Clever Jim Severs, store-keeper- of Union Star, has Ptsitnger Dally arr. Ilardinibnrg..l2:42 p.m. I1ST. Passenger Datlj arr. llardiniburg- - 7:50 a.m Mr. Clint Hook has a clcrksliip with Witt & Meador. Judge Will Hook returned from Missouri last week. 's place in Ben been given a Johnson's district. No more deserving man or a stauncher Democrat could havo been given the position and his appointment will meet with tho approv al of all good Democrats, v i According to tho report of tho Secretary of Agriculture nearly half of tho people in this country are fanners. There are, he says, in the United States 0,000,-00- 0 farms upon which dwell more than 30,000,000 people who furnish more than 74 per cent of tho value of tho exports of this country. Thoroughbred bronze turkeys for sale. Mrs. Taylor Beard. Mr. and Airs. A. W. Jones, Big Spring, wero visiting friends hero last week. Mr. Willie Beard has been laid up for several days with inilamutory rheumatism. Parties, wbo have crops of fim tlurloy tobacco for sale, will do well to see Mr. Winebrinner, the tobacco buyer of our town. Prof Shacklctt would like to have a new pavement leading from Lewis' corner to the new college building. It is, needed. Mr. Coleman Harwell returned from Leitehfield last Saturday, where ho had been to attend a meeting of tho District' Stuarts of thd M. E. church. The oyster supper given at Mattingly's Hotel last Saturday night for tho benefit of tho Normal College didn't pan out very well. The receipts were small. Send your orders to Babbago, Cloverport; for fino Christmas candles. The largest assortment on the market.. A special line of these goods at fifty and seventy-fiv- e cents per pound. There is plenty of work on tho farms in this county. Most any man if ho will work at all can find work on the farms, and can mako his board and bed and something to spans. If you are in town and out of a job, our advice is to striko for tho country. ' The farmers as a class are tho most independent people on earth. They always have plenty to eat and big warm fires to sit by. And yet you hear them complain of hard times, just liko their city cousins. Tho fact is they know very little about hard times and they ought to bo tho happiest and best contented people in tho world. The "Texas" is getting in good shapo and it won't bo long before alio "will bo out of tho hands of the receivor. We hope tho Messrs. McCrackens will como out of their recent embarrassment with flying colors and glide on to fortune. If any sot of men deserve success thoy do. They havo dono much for Breckenridge county. Colorado it is claimed will not suffer from tho decline in silver, but on the other hand will be much benefitted. Recent discoveries there show that tho state has moro wealth in gold than in silver and that there is gold enough thero to supply labor for all tho silver miners and to restore the old time prosAlready tho gold boom has perity. been strongly $ felt and what were mere prospects havq,bcen developed jnto well paying propoities. TOBINSPORT. Plenty of rain and mud. Frank Smart was hero Sunday. Alex Ahl is visiting his sister, Mrs. Alice Taylor. Spare-rib- s all tho go now. 'Bring us over some Ed. Thanksgiving services at tho Baptist church Thursday. Our school continues to increase both in number and interest. Eli Taul, from tho Taul neighborhood, was tho guest of W. R. Polk, Sunday. Web Taylor and wife went to Louisville Wednesday and returned Sunday. A protracted meeting will commence at tho Methodist church Tuesday i night, conducted by Rev. Edenboro. Lonna Gilbert, who wo reported last week as gone to New Orleans, came home Sunday with pneumonia fever. Tho young folks seem to have a good joko on Alvo Ryan. They say ho has heart trouble and don't rest well at f night. Mrs. Nannie Tinsley (nco Colvin) has moved with her husband from Louis-vlll- o to her farrahere and expects td mako this their future home. Bill Winchell has built an ico house aud dug a pond. So wo expect to havo plenty of Ice next summer if tho weather is cold enough to mako it this winter. Tho neighborhood was surprised Sunday evening by the death of Robbie; Suters, a ten year old boy of Wiley Suter's. lo had boon complaining as his parents thought with a sprained nnklo up till noon Sunday at which time he ate dinner and in fifteen minutes was a corpse. With his aching body in his mother's embraco his littlo spirit took its flight to a world on high. May God comfort tho bereaved .father and mother. Officers Elected. Breckenridge. Lodge, No. 01, K. of P. elected tho following officers last Monday night. Chas. May, Chancellor Commander, A. A. Lallelst, Samuel Conrad, Prelate; Alfred L. Oolze, Master of Work; Gus Brown, Keeper of Record and Seals; Tom Prcocott, Master at Arms; Toney Nicholas and A. L. Oolze, Trustees; Scott Vance, Master of Finance; Eugene Haynes, Master of Eqchequer. r; Yoiir"Hardinsburg correspondent in your last week's issue gave n statement of W. N. Drury's assets and liabilities and his statement was so far from the nppraiament that I think I owe it to nil parties interested in tlfo matter to jifvo a statement showing tho true stato of the case. Ills assets when fully mado up by tho appraiser will bo about $3700. Liabilities about $2250. i The above figures will not bo far from the facts, either way, whey fully made out. His property under the exemption law will bo not far from $700. This action was taken by him In order that his creditors might all share aliko in tho distribution of his effects, and that it might not bo sucrifiscd at forced all sales at this very dull time ,kind of property, tiopie of his smaller creditors had already threatened mm with a suit This is a straight transaction so far as I know, from tho ground up and will bo so carried to tho end Mid every creditor will, in the end, bo paid in full. Alonzo Bennett In connection with the above statement of Mr. Bennett, I wish to say that tho property I hold as exempt is almost as safe in my hands as it would be if assigned and four hundred dollars of it at least will bo turned over to tho assignee at the proper tlmo if lie should need It in settling my liabilities. The property, assigned, is all valuable and appraised at as near its true valuo as possible. Thero is in it one piecq of property worthy of especial notice. That is my s,toro house, which cost when built $2400, and while It is truotlint I bought it at asmail figure it was owing to tho depressing effect of the railroad panic that tho place was just at that time suffering from. Since It has been proven that it Is yet near, if not tho best point ' thq county for the business for which it is used, and that business of all kinds In tho placo is in a prosperous condition, 4his houso alone ought to sell readily jor $1500. Persons who have money to invest would do well to consider it as it will pay good per cent on tho investment and will bo sure of a tenant all tho time.. While it is true, circumstances have placed mo in a condition that I thought it best for' all parties concerned, for my creditors and myself to make an assignment, but if my property was to sell for what It has cost me I would havo moro left after paying liabilities than I commenced, now nearly five years ago besides haviug made a support for a large family. Messrs. Drury, Bennett & Co, who now occupy tho house (I have no Interest In the new firm) sold in 30 days including tho latter part of Octbber and first of November, $800 in cash and produce and w Idle aiming and iutendingto do a strict cash and produce business my guess is that they let Blip on tick to guitt edged customers two or three hundred on short timo. If any ono will show mo anything in this arrangement of my affairs that is crooked I will esteem it a favor and straighten it with pleasure. I regret the necessity of having my affairs niado bo public but am trying to do right and bo Intend to continue to tlio end. g , In Your Interest A LARGER STOCK i A Better Assortment. AUTUMN HANGS ! The Lucky Horse Shoe OVER OUR DOOR V 1 It means Good Luck to every buyer who gets inside of our store this season. ),- AN ENTIRE NEW Ml I Line of Seasonable Dress Goods, the latest patterns and weaves, at prices that will soon dump them off our counters. i -- mi ili 1 . . Ii ti . i VEST TOUlt VAfK AC II 7- -1 Or you are all worn out, nnllr good fur nothing U general !cMifty. Try . It b.vrfll ' ' '. r8fe2it i rnl' ) llr I n' K i i r '. if ninth's lHtY HITTt.JlR. cure you. and giro egoQd appetite. 11 lor Cheer Up Owl-- d Boy. 1 all dealer: in medicine. Bold ' CLIFTON MILLS. Joe Fitch is having fits again, it's an eight pound girl. S. It. Payne, of Stephensport, was visiting his parents near here Sunday. N. D. Vayno and wife, of Webster, came down Sunday to visit his mother who has been sick for somo time Some enterprising doctor desirine one of tho bist locations in the country would do well to give this place a VM Kiss ) ' W. N. DmtKY. n. PERSIMMON FLAT Miss Alico Mattlngly was the guest of Miss Kitlio Elder Sunday. Miss Alico Seaton was tho guest Miss Dessio Elder Sunday. of Mr. Eugene Greenwood was the guest of Miss Dessio Eldcr;Sunday. Mr. Charles Mattlngly was tho guest of Miss Luella Wheatly Sunday. Messrs. Walter King and Leo Elder wero the guests of Misses Bertha and It is reported that Gas City, Ind is now one of tho deadest towns in that state. Something over a year ago natural gas was found thero in large quantities. Tlio result was that within a ery little spaco of tlmo, what was formerly a wheat field was soon built up and converted into a city of five thousand InProperty sold at fabulous habitants. prices and things wont on a wild boom for somo time. Now tho tide has turned and it is said that everything there is at a stand still. Siort8MEN should know that it is now a finable offense to enter upon the enclosed land of another for tho purpose of hunting or fishing without the consent of the owner, and tho land docs not require posting. Section 121 of tho new Kentucky law reads as follows: "Any person who shall enter upon tho Inclosed lands of another for the purpose of shooting hunting or fishing, without tho consent of tho owner or occupant of said land, shall bo fined not less than flvo nor dollars." Upon moro than twenty-fiv- e reflection thla"scoms to bo"agood1awi It docs appear that a man's gnmo should 1)0 protected as well as his stock, his crops, his fruits, etc. s. Jessie Hawkins Sunday. ' . . chron-iclotw- thirty-Republica- xeWi'" iiAujiXli THW' ''JcfflwiSS! "AS I T- Mr. Harvey Heed Laccyvlllo, O.' Catarrh, Heart Failure, Paralysis of the Throat "I Thank God " Qcntlcment For tbo benefit ot suffering humanity I wish to statok lew facts t For aerenU years I have Buffered from catarrh and heart failure, setUns so bad I couia not work and for Perfect Health." and Hood's Bar-part- lla Could Scarcely Walk I had a very bad spell of paralysis ot the throat My throat aoemed closed and I cauld not anwllatr. The doctors sold It was caused by heart failure, aildgaramedtrlue, which I took according tu directions, but it did not seem to do me any good. My wife urged me to try Hood's samartuMa, telling moo! Mr. Joseph 0. Smith, who hod been , somo tlmo nco. Things aro a littlo dull in this town just now, but show us tho town that isn't dull. Tho samo state of things exist in other towns, Ilawcsvillo, .Cannelton and Ournnnlinrrt am nil uiifli.rintr ftr nl ripflAt they complain fttst'llKOjKwple'dflihereM it s a naun.peopie wive ianse wra more than anything! else! ! It '.fiasjj iJecoawl chronic witha great many.ijGetiput !f this, get r to dotagj&ometbjnftletgyoQr, money goeiwWly'jfwhere Vftujowel H and UmoHnvjU got better? jltyo liivo a; uuuur in yuurjpucitutMiu in jvwi ivw and hustle foranoYherdollarand'VoHllI feel better ad?taUHtaesfcel&r.OBfit Cloverport wilUba'all right tBthtfspringr Sho is tho )a&lffrffAhl fat (i3r,sf0j,iind inches in the State. And if alio is a littlo dull now alio won't bo bo long and wo aro going to stand by her. ' atefiy)vlJWto Therp-ily"han- A Novelty from the Faolfio Slope. A Whistling Bird from the Bocky iil. Mountains. The celebrated whistler, Miss Reagon, from California will givo ono, of her QUEENSWARE. unique and entertaining recitals under Now is your timo to purchase Queens-war- e the auspices of tho Ladles Aid Society in and Glassware, we have a few tho Methodist church Friday evening remnonts Jeft. and aro closing out at Dec, 1, Admission, adults 25 cents, chil- cost. We will mako it to your Interest dren 10 cents. to call. Babbage's. At Death's Door bat was entirely cured by Hood's Sarsaparllla. From another CorrcspondcnC Miss Emma Wheeler has vqpn$'a good After talking with Mr. Smith, I concluded to try Hood's Biriaparllla, When I had taken business in her line this fall, Millinery two bottlei I felt very much better. I havo conUnued taking It, ami am now fooling exceland dressmaking, come on ladle1' lent. I tlinnk Uod, and We have a gay tlmo with those STboley-vlll- q follows when they come, here to and my wlfo for my restoration to perfect mill, thoy talk, and laugh just to suit us htnlih." JUnygr HgKD. taceyvUle, O. com) back boys. HOOD'S riLLS do not pnrc, fla or frit, The LodlbUrgcorrespondentruuathaye . bat act promptly, tatlly and efficiently, been badly in the soup last week,, he did not know a cooking Btovo from an organ. Tho Third party ought not to overlook uncle Georgo Mercer in making up ifs slato for tho county offices unless they have him booked for Congress. Everybody has known for sometimo that the "Lodi" correspondent had no help In writing his items. A man that raises such corn as he does can "cutter" unaided. The party at E. J. Bcauchamp's last Friday night brought the young folks together from far and near and the universal opinion of all present was that Mr. and Mrs. Beauchamp are adepts at entertaining. For sometime wo havo eagerly listened for wedding bells, but tho only chimes that greet our ears is, the tinkling of hells on the town cows as the jirospec-tlv- e groom drives theYn home at eve. Lobiburg correspondent you are mis taken about where some1 parties are from of whom you mako frequent mention, livo. They trade at Lodiburg get their mail at Lodiburg and also their voting sentiment, henco they 'aro not of this place. The Third party claims to bo composed of tbo best peoplo on earth and wo believe it, for where their organization is strong you will find tho greatest number of sanctified people. Tho "Lodi" correspondent seems to take offense at the Item from here in regard to "blear-eye- d cnmks" theitotn rjnd look ed in the class and thouelit it washimsolf He has no ono to. blamo but himself for the title. Tliis is a free, grand and glorious country and all classes should march along hand in hand in peace and harmony and America's proud bird of liberty looks up at tho stars and stripes and Bcreauis with deligh at tho total demolition of a misguided portion of our citizens who have clamored fofextreme legislation n ordor (hat a gigantic agricultural plutocracy might be buHl up in ' this country. he-ba- Times may be hard and money closo, but theso things havo their compensation. We can novr sell you an OVERCOAT very very cheap. This is your opportunity graBp it. Or if any of tho ladies at homo want a WRAP, toll them to come to us. Wo havo a big line fo select from and our prices will be the lowest. Thus it is the part of wisdom to provido yourself now with a Winter Wrap. Come V Now, To-da- y. SULZER'S P. S. Watch SANTA CLAUS will bo in our store next week. FERRETS. male or rcmale, at the Exnret. office In Cloverport tor oo each, caih. Now l the time to prepare for your winter's .port. Addret. W.S ASIIIIV, Cloverport, Ky. $5 IvrllldclhertralnedFcrretf, cither A Valuable Farm for Sale. paid. On Saturday, December oth, i8qj, the home-tea- d farm or the late M.J. Mercer. containing ajo acre., .Ituated In the Korki of Hough, In Ureckcnrldge county, Ky., will be told at public tale on the premise, to the hlghe.t bidder, one-thiof the price to be paidca.h In hand, and the remainder to be paid In equ.il Installment., payable Jn one and two year., the purchaser g required to execute bond, lor .aid deferred payment, with good and sufficient security bearing sir per cent. Interest from date uritll Location of land, said tract ol land I. situated on the Leitehfield and Hardlnsburg road, nine ml es north of Leitehfield, an; is regarded as one of the best farms In Ilrcckcnridgc county. One hundred and sixty or seventy acres of the land are cleared and under good fence and In a high state of cultivation. Description A ilrst-clstwo. story1 dwelling, house, coutalnlng eleven rooms, Is situated on the land, aod a beautiful yard. wth handsome shade trees. There Is a never falling well la the yard of the best water, lias two good barns and all necessary out houses. Arr abundance of stock water all oyer the farm. J'ersons wanting a first-clas- s farm and a beautiful home will do well to be on hand on day of .ale. For furtkti particular addresa f. Jf . MErtCEn, McDanieTs, Ky. ? 1.C HAMSEV, Leitehfield, Ky.. or fe.DOWMKn.CBH, Duff, If j i- - Dr. J. L, Moorman; 'V- - Hood's Sarsaparilla Eesideat Dentist Mice 4f" OLOVERPORT, KY. with Br., J. T. UweM, Kaat ok Bud Bridge. dose and satis. kinds of Dental ffAllgasraateed. work See. Mr, James Whitworth presented his daughtt rs with a nice cooking range instead fit an organ as stated by tho Lodiburg correspondent last week. lllrn in ara D al ("1 Chill Cure," the pleasant and guaranteed cure for Fever, Ague and Malaria Better tliaa Quinine. rlce HO eta. Crtaiu rniltIf-A- n r THR BREGKRNRIDGE Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMDEU PNEUMATIC SULKY. An IiiveutliinTliut llnAltled f 1'iint llitraea. 21), WS, GLxOVRRPOR'TyKY. 3 harned: A THANKSGIVING TURKEY. S')3. I tiitlieSpretl r V In tlio history of trottliiKiuul running laces ut the end of tlio nineteenth century nothing will occupy n tnoro prominent pluco than tlio pneumntio sulky, Which has knocked tin appreciable time I PNEUMATIC RAC1NO BULKY. The new trotting horses nro not so much faster than tlio old ones na they Beem to be, for the pneumatic sulky helps them to get over the road faster. Another help is tlio kite track, not ypt bo well established in pop- McGuUlr). ular favor as the pneumatic sulky. Messrs. Mat Payne and Kobt. Wcath- Onco this sulky JV03 Invented, tho wonder was that nobody had over thought of fonl went to Louisville Satiuday for the it before The framobf tlio sulky is made purpose of purchasing clothing. Lets wait for the boys. Tho Republicans got the cake this this time, but they ought not to boast. We would have got in half of them if there had been four candidatt s. As it was tliey played low game to our high Jack. Stipt. Driskell principal of Harned SULKY FRAME. as light as possiblo and to this aro fitted school will teach until June. Andrew the bioyclo wheels. Usually tlio framo is an excellont teacher as well as a is made by ono firm of manufacturers, Wo hope'nnd also believe tlio set of wheels by another, and the two ho will mako'a good Superintendent. nro afterward put together. Tlio framo Wo wish him tuccess both ns a teacher without its wheels looks as follows: The wheels aro elaborate affairs. They and Superintendent. It is supposed that all the readers of havo ball bearings and aro made of the best steel, the rims being cold rolled the News aro acquainted with our town steel. Tlio nxlcs aro lengthened out so of Ilntncd and of her business facilities. as to receive tlio Sho is situated on the L., II & W. It. K. supports of the three miles from the county seat nnd is framo above composed of 150 as good moral and in(hem. Theso suptellectual citizens as are in tho state ports nro so long We have three stores conducted by good that the driver is perched high up men who wait on their customers as over his Wheels. nicely for the cash as any clerks in- tho Liko tlio bicycle county. Her R.R. books bIiow largershlp-ment- s wheels, the best than any place on tho lino and pneumatic sulky further more shows that' which Kenwheels have steel tucky is specially noted for, pretty ball bearings inwomen and fast horses. closed in spaces that are as near as possible McDANIELS. Thd wheels are finished in J. Nick Mercer went to tho Falls this nickel and enamweek. el and as polished Miss Lillie Critchlow is very sick with and shining as the fever. steel work on tho lif finest sewing Mr. Ed Daniel has returned from Louisville. er. Tho spokes pneumatic tired Mr. Lafo Green, of the Falls of Rough are of fine, strong wheel. steel wire, whilo tho steel rims nro fitted was hero this week. with the strong, noiseless rubber tires Rev. B. A. CuudifT and wife have rethat make tho sulky glido along as if it turned from Bewleyville. tflad no weight nt nil The manufacturWill Dockery's baby, which has been ers of tho rubber tires sell with each set quite sick is convalescent. v a pump for inflating them. Mr. Joh Glascock attended church last Ilrw Horses Aro Spoiled. "'unday at Alexander Chapel. It is a singular fact that the moro tho Rev. E. N. Metcalfe filled his appointhorseJahujt by tho pressure of any part ment at Aloxander Chapel last Sunday. fc'f his tackling tho greater will bo his our cottage - resistance to it. A horse with n sore Wo have mouth will pull harder on the bit. If a prayer meeting. It meets every ThursC young horso is tied with a broad leather day night. strap around his neck, so that when ho Mr. Ned Hunter has returned home s( pulls violently back it will restrain him effectually without hurtiug him, he after a pleasant visit with friends at will then not pull a second time, but West View. if ho is tied with a chain that cuts into Rev. B. A. Cundiff is assisting the pashis neck ho wjll generally pull at it tor, Rev. Y.M. Russell, in a meeting at again and again and not infrequently until ho kills himself. A horso will Dover, Ky. Miss Annie Blankenship, who has stand in the stall and batter his legs nil to pieces by kicking, and tho moro it been in a dcclino for several months, is hurts the moro ho will kick. now confined to her bed. If a horso takes to kicking in tho shafts Miss Jonrs Mercer has rejoiced tho aud cuts his legs at each kick with the hearts of her friends by giving us, a spllntersor iron of tho carriage, ho will kick as long as thero is a splinter left glimpse of her smiling face this we6k. lie will not, however, kick long nt n Mrs. Len Haltingly, of tho Cave bundle of straw swinging behind him. Spring neighborhood died last week and is taken off a young horse If the bridle Catholic quietly, so that tho bit comes out of his was buried last Suuday at tho mouth easily, it will not bo long before church. ho will assist in .taking it off; but if ho Is Miss Alma Hicks, who has boon 'in hurt by the oporation ho will throw his Louisvillo for two yiars has return' d head to pno side or jerk back every time homo, to tho great joy of her mother the bridle, is removed. Thero should not and friends. bo tho slightest hitch about taking the Drs. Slaton, of Leitchficld, and Hart, bit from tho month of a colt. Jiy tho process many a colt has been ruined. of this place, successfully performed a Exchange very delicate and dangerous operation on Mr. James Parsons, ono of our oldest l'acer and Trotter. most respected citizens, yesterday, The most absorbing and exciting races and 1893 will undoubtedly be those be-- . by removing a large tumor from tho side of twecn pacers and trotters if the pro of his back. Mr. Parsous many friends gramme is carried out as designed. will be rejoiced to know that ho is restThoro has been a traditibn during years ing well alter his sovcre suffering. that tho trotter was necessarily faster Last Thursday morning God sent tho than' tho pacer, and that as a timo gait Angel of death to tho homo of Mr. that of tho pacer was not worth wasting money on. Tho pacer therefore dropped Stephen Critchlow for the soul of their out, except as tho most agreeable riding little girl. The poor littlo thing had horso that could bo backed. Thero are been a sufferer the greater part of her signs now, however, that this is to bo life. She was six years old aud for over change'd, and thr.t tho pacer is at last gofour years had been afflicted with some ing to get his due. which caused her indescribEven the old tradition that tho trot- heart disease able suffering. May her father, mother ting gait is speedier than the pace is shattered. This year among the pneers brothers and sisters nil bo prepared to "& Mascot and Flying Jib have each dono a meet littlo Ella at the feet of Him who thus hitting Nancy Hanks' said, "Suffer the little children and for' mile in great trotting record. Robert J has also bid thetn not to come unto me, for such pacod'a mile in3:05r. "With that record is tho kingdom of heaven." Dry ydur tft pacer bids fair tp becomo fashion- broken brnrted mother, and think abje, and it will pay breeders to rear and tears of your baby as being not in tho colli train this class of nnimals once more. Pacing inatchos will shortly bo among grave but an angel of God in heaven. tho first coutestnnts for popularity. Tho trotter will always bo preferable for harWOLF CREEK. ness, but Wo revival of tho pacer will bring that good steed into high favor Our school is progressing nicely under once more for riding. the auspices of Mr? Hamilton. Mr. Dick Smitii aud family attended Table Etiquette for the Little Folks. church in Littlo Bend Sunday, also A OIva the child a seat that shall be Messrs Wilj Hamilton, II. J. Blackburn, strictly its own. Ben and Harry Trent. Teach it to tako its seat quietly. Quito a irowd assembled nt tho river To uso its napkin properly. to witness tho Baptism of those who To wait patiently to bo served. woro converted during Bros. Shacklntt To answer promptly. and Murrel's protracted meeting. Wo To say "thank yon." feel that they have done a great deal of If asked to leavo the table for a forgot- good undSatan is turned away once moro ten article or for any purpose, to do so at ami I hope for good. Tho battle is fought once. and tho victor) won. Never to Interrupt and never to conBorn, Nov." 1i)th, to tho wifo of S. S. tradict. Elder, a find 8 pound boy, Lawrence Teach tho child to keep his plate in Tooney. 'order. Mrs. Trent and daughter visited S. J. To say "excuse mo" when loaving tho Elder's family Sunday. table before tho rest. L ' off the milo record. Tlii rold weather iniikps Iho boys hump. It limned is attending school ut the IlanliiiHburtf College. Oallowny h Oo , will move tli- ir saw Mill to Kirk this week. Art Goodman tells the boys some miraculous talcs of tho west. Mrs. I.oeb, of Vine Grove, is visiting her brother, .Mr. Mich Meyer, Quito a number attended the Meyer Pewelt wedding at HurasTur-sdayMr. II. Bash urn purchased a house and lot of Mr. Harncd in this place nnd will become a citizen of Ifanted soon. Win. Otto has been here for soveral days attending to tho business of the Hensley A Jolly Stave and Lumber Co. Mr. Alfred Payne stopped off with us Monday as ho was on his way from the Falls of Hough. Bo careful man Grayson. Mrs. Wesley Tucker and Ed will soon open up hero. Tho style of the firm will bo Tucker & . ln bu-inc- Your Thnnlmglvlne Turltoy, mill He It n llmiity. Turkeys for Thanksgiving should bo pushed on rapidly in the fattening now', 10 Hint they may look liko tho big felI tier I low in tho picture. Every turkey that Is worth fattening nt nil can bo brought Into ns good condition ns this prizo wiii-nc- r if tho blood is good. Scrub turkey blood is ns unsatisfactory as scrub horso or cow blood. Our illustration shows ti bronze turkey. At tho poultry show in New York last spring, aud at several of tho fairs this autumn, bronzes quite as largo as young calves wero shown. Tho magnificent bronzo is n cross between tho American wild turkoy and tho old fashioned black turkey. Every person who works for his living deserves a cou'plo of generous slices of ju8tnuch nbird nsthis for his Thanksgiving dinner. Farm pcoplo can havo it easily, for they can rear their own birds. They can also sell ecino of the SOME so-called PERSONS THM I We ought to publish "price lists" in connection with our great "Panic Sale" of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing. We decline to do so, because "price lists" are nothing but a "delusion and a snare," as the people are finding out every day. Come to us and we will give you price lists and bargains without a "string" attached. JULIUS WINTER & CO., HANDSOME AND WISE. COR. THIRD AND MARKET, LOUISVILLE, KY. TIIANKSarVTNO TURKEY. birds they rear to unfortunate city pcoplo who cannot rafso any for themselves, and thus everybody "will bo happy. By tho middle or latter part of October tho fattening of turkeys for Thanksgiving market may begin. This is sufficient timo if tho birds are already in good condition. Feed them all they will eat. Ono peculiarity of turkeys is that they seem to do better on cooked grains and food than on raw. Tho best fattening food is comment nnd oatmeal scalded in sweet milk. This diet may bo varied with boiled roots aud any kind of cooked grains. Turkeys nro also extravagantly fond of boiled milk, curds and buttermilk. "Aro there too many trotters in the country?" asked n breeder tho othor day. That depends upon what standpoint tho matter is looked at from. So far ns the earning capacity of tho averago first class trotter is concerned tho good ones, mind you, not the failures it is not worth talking about. Since tho trotting campaign of 1803 opened it has been an everyday occurrence for largo fields of horses, overyono of which could beat 2:30, and quite a number of which wero capable of a milo in 2:20, to start for pnrses'bf $300 or 400. It is on record that a milo close to 2:12 has been trotted for a $300 purse, and in the faster classes on the programmes this summer the number of heats better than 2:20 where tho consideration in tho way of a pufso was remarkably small would mount up into the, scores. Down at LaPortc, Ind., for instance, on the Fourth of July, there was a free to all ra'co for n $300 purse. So good a horso as, Jalisco was tho winner, but he had to step tho opening milo in 2:20 and tho second in 2: 10 J. By winning the raco ho received first money, $150, out of which camo a 10 per cent entr&nco feo'of $30, making thd net sum paid to tho best horse $120. To get tho animal in Bhape for a first class performance such an one as would win, it was nocessary that ho should reach' tho track at least .two days ahead of tho race. It costs something to ship horses, and then thero is a' driver and rubber who must bo paid all tho time, and altogether it is pretty hard to figure out how tho owner of a horse that wins $300 purses is going to'make both ends meet in his horso speculation. Tho trouble is there is so much trotting that tho purses must necessarily bo small nt. nine-tentof tho places where meetings are given, for tho simple reason that tho attendance is bound 'to be moderato aud the gato receipts correspondingly light. Ono troublo is that a man with a 2 0 trotter or 2:15 pacer will generally koep campaigning such an animal at, a loss rather than sell him for road use at the prico tho market offers. Everybody who has had to do with tho trotting turf knows this knows that there is never a meeting, big or small, but that moro likely half a somo unfortunate dozen of him must be assisted by friendly hands to reach "tho next town, whoro "I'll havo.a pretty good horso and got a piece of the purse." What owners want to learn is to sell tho first timo a fair prico is offered, remembering that even what most of them would consider tho insultingly small amount of $1,000 is better to havo in tho house than a 2:20 trotter that can hardly keep oven when ho wins, while as soon as ho is out of the first flight thoro is a big deficit every week. Tho times are such that prices running well into the thousands will no longer be given for road horses nijless tho speed and other qualities aro of an exceptional character. Thero aro entirely too many 2:30, 2:30 and 2:15 horses produced every year for tho prico of them not to bo affected. It is not so very many years ago that tho entiro 2:30 list did not contain as many names as there; wero trotters boat 2:30 last Rooson for the first timo. That tells tho st;ry, There is a good market for trotting speed right now, when everybody admits that times aro hard, but it is at prices const itent with the facts 'in tho case. Breeder's Gazette. . J Hiss Brown ofPitUfield, Mass., is making a fortuno as n wood carver, or wood sculptor, as it is proper no w to call tho artist who works in that material. In tho first place, oho had ft.na.Wral adaptation for the work. In the next place, she traitiod herself as thoroughly as a sculptor1 in marble or a painter over did by patient study and practice of years. Then her shrewd business instincts led her to mako the acquaintance of the wealthy city pcoplo who were building splendid summer residences in the Berkshire hills. She is occupied from year to year in carving and decorating th Interiors of theso mansions. InBridgeport,Conn.MissO.M.i'Brock-wsy nalist. Tlio subject of this cketch Is n youug nnd beautiful woman, who is widely known ns the nuthor of some thrilling ttories which have been published in book form, n writer of charming vers do socicte and n successful worker in tho moro difficult field of journalism. Sho was born in Pnuninn, Chautauqun county, N. Y., her father being tlio Hon. Walter L. Sessions, n prominent figure in tho politics of the state aud a member of tho Now York board of managers of the Columbian exposition. Tho youthful but umbitious Miss Sessions, soon nfter her graduation from Vnssav college, began her professional ca- - t ketch of a Well Known "Writer mill Jour- Are There Too Jinny Trotters? & 'V dust-proof- mm i EDITH SESSION'S TUITnR. -- reer as a correspondent of tho Buffalo Express. Among her many admirers was Mr. Ilornco E Tnpper. n Canadian gentleman with extenslvo railroad interests, to whom sho gavo her heart and hand. After her maniago Mrs. Tuppcr moved to Chicago, whero her talents found n broader field for their expression nnd development. For Tho Ilerald of that city sho wrote special articles, interviews, "etc., nnd was tho winner of tho Chicago Tribune's prize of $200 for the best story of 40,000 words. Tho delightful novel-ett"The Black Dinmoud Brncelet," published by tho former journal, was tho product of hor clever pen. Returning later to her native state, sho contributed n series of New York letters to the.same newspaper, which ndded much glory to her well earned reputation. Since coming to tho metropolis Mrs. Tupper has written nt various times for at least five of tho city dailies and an equal number of weekly and monthly periodicals, together with special contributions to several syndicates. Among tho latter children of her brain is a splendid novel, which is soon to bo issued in serial form. A number of shorter stories nro also among tho results of this gifted woman's tiroless industry. It is frequently stated that the pecuniary towards of literary work aro but seldom commensurate with tho genius required and the energy displayed, and yet Mrs. Tupper points with pardonablo prido to ono of tho coziest littlo homes of Passaic, N. J., as representing tho gains of but a few years' work with hor pen. Hero sho entertains her friends, who aro by no'inenns confined to members of her chosen profession. Sho has a wide acquaintance among political, musical and theatrical pcoplo and was engaged in writing a play for. the late W. J. Florence when tho actor's lamented death interfered with tho work. Mrs. Tupper is a trifle nbovo tho medium height, has a plump figure, dark hair and large, expressivo gray eyes, n clear complexion and a vivacious manner. In tho front rank of tho literary guild of women she is a worker of whom tho writers of America aro justly proud. Kate Chase. The lieclnnlnc of Charity. To how great an extent general philanthropic and religious matters havo a claim on her timo and purso is a continually recurring question in tho mind of many a kindly and conscientious woman already ovorburdened by the responsibilities entailed by her immediato family and a limited income Tho Sunday school superintendent wishes her to tnko charge of n class; somo wealthy friend, who in tho nbsenco of household cares lias taken to "slumming," as tho English so aptly oxpress it, tacitly reproaches her for her lukownrmness in tho matter of district visiting; sho is bidden to "teach tho orphan boy to read and teach the orphan girl to sow," and to buy and sell tickets for ovorlastingly recurring church fairs and to contribute to philanthropic enterprises of all sorts. If sho constantly refuses to givo timo and tnonoy to thoso who ask in tho nalne of chnrity or piety, she feels that she appears mean, selfish and indifferent Yet her own family havo certainly tho first claim upon her. Thero nro her children to bo clothed and educated, her household to bo kept in order, her husband's incomo to be administered to the best advantage, and quite likely it is hardly earned nnd there is a uso for every penny of it. Under such circumstances sho will lo well to ask herself if she is jnstiflcd'in giving herattentlon to thoso outside demands which multiply in proportion br thoynro satisfied. If she is reasonable, sho will come to theroiieluslon that just so far ns such demands encroach upon her duty to her family and herself and pho must not forget that sho does owo It to herself as well as to them to keep nbreast of her husband and children intellectuallyjust so fur are thoy to be disregarded. Sho will find many opportunities of quietly nssisting others by word or deed without committing herself to the direction of any complicated philanthropic system, which, however beneficiul in Its general results, involves tho waste of a certain proportion of individual time aud money by reason of tho very mechanism by which it is kept up. And she will leavo tho presiding over committee meetings, tho promoting of fairs, tho peddling of tickets nnd the slumming to unencumbered women or thoto wealthy ones who employ a nurse nnd housekeeper to attend to their homo duties. . Isabella Pnocron. It Is Always Wise . STnST"" TTT ill To buy with caution, especially when buying Clothing Shoes and Winter Underwear. It takes a wise head There's so keeP rom k'nE fooled thps'o dayB. much sham anlong the real. Buy whero thero is no efTort made to deceive. If you do this wo will have at least a shard of your custom. , Now in the Matter of Clothing last thico M. They not'tho told 4.! ttr 144. week wero best. - Wo satisfied so were wo. We keep all good, bad, indifferent. Wo tell a ho is getting all the time. Wo sold ono man Overcoats for $5. him so. He'was grades' of Clothing, customer jubw1U When it Comes to Shoes ft! Wo keep these in all grades and prices. We cai Buit you in sizes, shapes and prices. What wo claim is, and wo have a right to claim it, that our $1.50 Women's Shoes aro the best and cheapest on earth. Wo havo sold enough of these Shoes to warrant us in saying bo. What we want and Desire .ill. BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S Mi Iff' BitECKENJunaE News "who can conveniently, to como into our store and go through our stock. You can do this at any timo you liko. It is not necessary for you to buy. Of course if you wunt to buy we Bhould bo pleased to self you and hope to do so. But wo want you to come. I Is for every reader of the BABBAGE'S e, BARGAIN COLUMN. Underwear at Babbuge's. Babbage's for underwear. Have you bought your Underwear. If not, don't fail to see HARDINSBURG, KY. SAM'L RAY. ROBERT P. 1IARE. 2.-0- W. L. DOUGLAS Do you wear them 7 When next In dmJ S3 SHOE .. noTVtp. Babbago's line. Red Ties aro the latest. A good WITU selection can bo found at Babbago's 1 Candies at Babbago's. Fine -:- -:- Wo will lot you wear our shirts 4 if you will come in early and mako . CO., inyour selections and pay us tho J significant prices wo ask for them. Eighth and Main Streets, t Prices won't stand in tho way if rY". from 803 to 811- you want one of our shirts. Your underwear is entirely too With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. gauzy for theso chilly mornings. CORN. Bettor como in nnd get something Cholee white .., 3) 42 .?. Choice shelled 48 woolly and feel more Comfortable. ProCorrectly weekly by 1'uinphrey OATTLE. We'll mako tho prices comfortable duce Cominlitlon Merchant., jjfi Second St., bet. flood to extra'iblpplng.. 4 00 4 25 Main and Market, l.oultvlllc, Ky. 3 75 ,3 SO LOUISVILLE. KY.. Nov. 28 1693. Light shipping too. . '...-Beit' Butchera 3 40 3 85 Shippers should mark alt paokagei plainly, Medium to good butchera 3 25 3 00 Neckwear stylish and pretty with ihlpper'i came and addreu, 1I00S. BUTTER. worth 50 conts at 25 cents. Choice packing1 and butcheri 1$ 30 5 45 10 17 Choice, country Fair to good 8 15 6 85 Men's fancy all wool underwear, Medium 14 Rough 6 50''e 75 Common...., -- .. IS Somefine Boyal ribbed goods. Sboati and pigs 100 lbi and under.3 00 3 25 SO Creamery SHEEP. EOQS. thing that will keep you warm this Good to extra (hipping 3 25 2 75 Fresh J021 Fair to good 1 10 2 60 winter. Prices on theso goods BEANS. LAMBS. 1 75 to 1 85 picked Michigan, band right. flood to extra aprlng 4 75 , 4 60 1 60 to 1 85 ndlana Navy Fair to good 2 60 ($4 00 1 00 to 1 20 Como in and mako your eolec Old or Common and colored- DRIED APPLES AND tions whilo tho sizes aro intact and Apples, choice bright quarter! PEACHES.to 5 4 average to Wo re- Applet, old tho assortment complete. CLOVERPORT RETAIL MARKET. ' , , Applet, fer to our fall and winter under- Peachei, new 4 to s COKBKCTID WIULT. J Peachet. old 20 0. Apples, per peck ,.... wear. FEATHERS. Butter, per pound 20 0. 38 Prime, white gooie A fine Hero's a cincher: 1520 0. 25 (A 35 Cheese.pcr pound Mixed Cabbage, per head .',.,. &(M0 0. 16 Natural Gray Men's Undorwear, Old 20 .'..V.2025 0. Chickens, each 25 No. 1. duck bushel Corn, per and tho price and tho voluo is !..i.T4580 e. HIDES, , ,20(5(10 0. Dacki, each 3 honestly 85. Now if you aro open flreen, pood EgR!i F'" dosen ,'J2Xy. (5 ft 5 Dry Salt, good ' New potitoei, per pock 20 0. bargain, como Dry flint, good to a big bona-fid- e 7 Onions, perprck a 20 0. 20 80 Sheep akin around on Saturday and take thorn Spring chickens, each 1220o. POULTRY. bushel Y55 c. Wheat, Uena per lb at $3.76. iU 8 Roastingper ier doten 10 0.' can, Roo tera per lb 12H 5 c. Tomatota, per dot.. Don't answer that letter on Spring Chtckeni, per lb., ... 7 8 Sweet Potatoes per peck Ab 'r. 7 8 ,.., Young Ducka per lb shabby noto paper, como to us and Beam ... ?4 0. 4 00 4 40 Dried (leete, full featberd Dried Peaohea 4 c, 7 9 get something now and nobby in Turkeya , 6 8. Dried Apples e:es7 Crescent Tobacco Warehouse. RAY & Proprietors. jTK; LUUloVlLLL, liny hut item poit-oQc- e ii ' all-wo- ol H M M 5.00.4PkJ3 00 14.001 IfcJ2.50 2.aa AicrtA:.,, JsmfrnuneS' vpBBBMLumi0Uua 2.50 ttest In the world. by a filr. this lino. HOOTS, GAME. Glntang, Kyl.and Indiana Yellow Root .Rabbit- - 2 15 2 30 2.25 2.t)0 WPQTlj 41.7 m, Hi ron BOYS When you aro engaged then xctihes tho wedding stationery. Wo show a choice and elegant assortment of theso goods. All those 'World's Fair visitors wear shirts bought of Babbago. BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S BABBAGE'S lo 20 Turnips per bushel Green Applet, per bushel.; (75 , ,, '35 C; 0.' 140 1 Squirrel! Quail "WOOL. 1 75(d) 50 1 00 75 28 i t: 55 Qreaio, One Clreaie., coane Merino , rC.Dl k W2is lr.7 A r2S i f P If ycowant UyIm, 1.7s Barry and Tallow Beeswax Sorghum 0U. 18 Gfl 17 12 14 14 12 5 10 (Mmi PkXstAsMtlsW J; MISCELLANEOUS! , to-d- MolaiiM .. V5 (a 30 11 ii 1 36 olty conducts' a 'large bicycle agency. She employs six men in her store and p!- - shop. , It hywld that two-thirof all thecbt-to- o duck produced in .the world'U'm4de within 20 miles of Baltimore. , DRESS SHOE. midt loth UtMt to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or $5 Sho. They fit equal to euitom mid and look and vetr well. If you with to wonoralielnyourfooUMi'i do i by purchailny W, L. DougUe Sheet. Nimo and price stamped on tho Bottom, look for It when ye buy. in iMt py $S We quote prloei wbarfi IIAY,aRAIN,FEED. OATS, on Loulirllle 33 '.IlOfliAKol Vy .WIliSHM ' MMz&BRtf JssVv tVjsbsHiVv'jIBI 'iSsVAVJTC tHUKVJAXmSBaBtllllWAk (K 1 . u Foritilc bv V. W.L.DOOaia8, Brockton, Mee. SoUty II. How tcer Ac Net). CIoYerperf , Ky1 ef LaGrlppc, Creup, CeltlB, e. . trial will convince tke most Rkcptlcal that " C. C. C CcrtalH CoHgtt Cure" la tho greatest remedy cxtaat far the cHro A No, 1 oati HAY. ,.. it Coughs, Strictly oholo Choice No. 2...., Qood Medium dood Bright Straw 10 60 g) 13 00 12 00 U 00 11 00 10 00 6 80 4 78 lAm viwi 'j, "?'. I I ., , -- ( JMV V.,&jt " p'ft - '2 V"" f,.i ..iuC ' ' 8i","f''i''n 4 tfJr JbaaoKi&MfiiDGalMfiws. ttLovftttfok. PINCHECOE. , I ttv. M.l RKMCUDED II U III L mDtln Breckenridge News, . A MAN IN PETTICOATS DESCRIDE Hi-- YOUR FRIEND. ft l llovr Well Your, Picture Will AJlllitii Lincoln Smith Fills Up With Bad THE QUEER NOTION OF AN OLD SOLFit Score of Other.' ' "Ho was a young man and fairly good DIER CITIZEN OF MAINE. Whisky and. Makes a Raid looking: smooth face and without County Programme of the ferry On a Big Revival Meetclasses; wore a dark suit: was about 5 He Ha n Mora Costly Feminine Wnrilrnlie . Farmers' IaiUtnet, to Be Hold , inf. feet in height nud looked liko a married Than Any Woman In Town Villon of Hum. Anybody-woul'v4atXome. Ind.. December. know him." Such Lace, HuClei, Etc. Weigh 180 I'uuiiils, whs the description turned In by u young w .,?.;. , ..A TERROR TO THE NEIGHBORoui ana uw, iouo. but Wear a Woman' No. 0 Shoe. woman who slipped quietly into tho city WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1893. HI 1 . - ' d ti I rillST SESSION, DECEMBER 8TH. FBIDAV, HOOD. 0 A. M. Called to order by president, F. M. Polk, of Tobinsport. i.by (Jholr. Song . . . He v. J. M. Itob.nson. Prayer Addres3of AVclcome, Itov. II. Qrovcs, ltomo. Permanent Organization. Public Roads. . .Peter Feeley, Ijopold. Bees and Honey, Production, Illustrated, E. Collins, Carrael. .. 0. A. RobWinter Care o! Milch-Cow- s inson, Fountaintown. How to Utilize Oar Wild Lands ...Hon. "1JIlGroves,Ronie. Introduction, announcements and assigning hotels and adjourn to 1 p. m. SECOND SESSION, DECEMIIEn 1 1 8T1I, FRIDAY, M. Clover and How to Mako the Most of It, JohnSterrett, Skillman, Ky. Tillago and Soil Fertility. .E. II. Collins. The Value of Small Fruits, C. A. Robinson. Cattle . . .P. Smith, Profits in Short-horProspero. Butter Making. n MUSIC AND ! KECESS. ( Tho best kind to grow; Potatoo Culture,-- How to market; I Does it pay? II. Shank, Sr., Rome. Farm Machinery. . . . J. II. Groves, Rome. Tho Culture of Flowers in the, Home, Miss Josie Schank, Rome. Query Box, THIRD SESSION, , DECKMI1EK 8TII, FItlDAY, 7 P. M. MUSIC. Business Methods in Farming. . . .E. II. Collins. Can a Farmer afford to have a Garden, C A. Robinson. Tho Horse for tho Farmer, Its BreedJno. Cody, ing and Rearing Koine. MUSIC AND HEIESS. Miss Cora Wade, Raising Chickens Rome. Q. K. Economy in Making Hay Groves, Tobinsport. Botany on tho Farm . . .Miss Ida Baker, Rome. Commercial Fertilizers, ....W. F. Eitel- gcorge, Rome. Mrs. D. L. Schank, Bread Making Rome. Profit in Jersey Cattle. . .A. W. Walker, Branchville. FOUnil SESSION, DECEMIIEn 9ril, 8ATUIIDAY, 9 A. M. MUSIC. Other paits of Hancock county besides Hawcsville It seems aro inftstcd with On last desperadoes and Tuesday night Lincoln Smith' and his pals filled themselves up on whisky and proceeded to Friendship church in tho buck part of the county, which is now the sconn of a bin revival, with tho express intention of raising a row. During services they disturbed tho minister and congregation by boisterous, loud talking and at intervals would leavo tho church to take n drink from n largo bottlo Smith carried in his pocket. After tho meeting had closed Smith laid in wait, for one Bosham, against whom ho held an old grudge, armed with a knife that would mako an Italian stileto blush from a sense of inferiority, and when ho discovered that lie had missed him made a mad rush through a crowd of women and children, yells and oaths that utteringdemon-lik- e frightened them half to death. Bashnui had armed himself with a regular Irish shelalah and gone peacefully home. citizen Basliam is a good, and highly respected farmer. Smith didn't find Basliam and no further trou-bi- o occurred. Lincoln Smith has for the last few years made a business of attending protracted meetings, or iu fact church services of any kind and breaking them up with his rowdy actions. Ho was released just a short time ago from the Ohio county jail at Hartford, where he M'rvpil n form for an offense, tho nature 'of which was the same as that of last as lie, Tuesday night. Such scape-goat- s who are such demons, and terrors to their neighborhood, should be dealt with more severely by tho law when within its toils. Any man who has no more respect for himself, or his friends and family than to take a delight in disturbing religious worship, is not as good as tho "yaller" dog that follows the average larmer to mill. Hancock Clarion. s. g A Good Thing to Keep at Hand. From the Troy (Kansas) Chief. Some years ago wo were very much subject to severe spells of cholera morbus; and now when wo feel any of tho symp- Profits on a Hill Tell City. Mako Homo Attractive Callister, Bristow. C. A. Robinson. Farm Fences E. II. Collins. Potato Culture toms that usually proceed that ailment, such as sickness at the stomach, diarrhoea etc., we becomo 6cary. We have found Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Beniedy tho very thing to straight-e- n ono out in such coses, and always kept It about. Wo are not writing this for a pay testimonial, but to let our readers know what is a good thing. to keep handy J. N. Dodson, in tho house. For sale by A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Smith Mc- g. ELIZABETHTOWN N'KWS MUSIC. It is reported hero among railroad peoTho Relation of the Hill Farmer as a ple that tho L. & N. will shortly Msposo Grazer, to the Bottom Farmer as a of that part of the Cecilian Branch beFeeder . . . W. F. Mason, Cannolton. tween West Point and Louisville to the MUSIC AND RECESS. Texas Road either by sale or lease. C. A. Robinson. Tho Clover Crop Jackson's store at St. John's was brokMrs. ILL. Mako Homo Attractive en into ono day last week and a few Schank, Rome. articles of small value were stolen. II. W. Carman, Clo- Select Com Revs. J. C. Willett and Ben Hagan erport. to Grow have closed a meeting at Muldraugh Profits in Small Fruits and Kind to tho church. II. W. Polk and J. D. Cockrell, Tob- - with thirteen additions Arbor Day was observed by tho College inBport. Hon. boys and over forty pretty shade Irees Preparing Stock for Market wore set out on tho beautiful Campus. W. E. Minor, Addison, Ky. SESSION, DECEMI1EK 9TIt, SATURDAY, At a meeting tho Board of Trusteed FIFTH 1 P. M. Monday night the two banks of tho town MUSIC. offere'd to compromise tho tax question ' ' Care of a Rolling Clay Farm . . . ;. C. A. by paying on tho basis of 70 per cent of The Robinson. their capital stock and surplus. E. II. bank men took tho position that this was Tho Preparation of a Seed Bed as high as the other property of tho town Collins. was valued and they ought not to bo The Fowls tho Farmer Should Raise, A. W. Cummings, Derby. made to pay on full cash valuation and or What Varieties of Apples Should Wo other property assesed at one-has of its value. Tho trustees adPlant?.. . . W. S. Ashby, Cloverport. Should a Farmer's Wife Kaiso Flowers ? mitted to tho logic of this position and Mrs. J. J. Wheeler, Komo. agreed to accept seventy por cont. which Necessity of Organization Among Farm-er- a tho banks acceeded to. C. A. Robiuson. HAWESVILLE. Prof. Education of Farmer's Boys Clarion.; Wecdmaii, Cannolton. Practical Experience and Profits in Tilo New cjrn is selling at 33 cents per Dr. Butler, Troy. bushel on this market. Draining SIXTH SESSION, DECEMUER Otll, SATURDAY, Six months from dato this county will 7 P. M. bo "bilin" with local politics. Thus one MUSIC. election is no sooner over than another T. E. What I Know About Farming is on hand warmer than its predecessor. Huston, Cannolton. Mrs. Stephen Baker, tho wife of sectC. A. Corn Culture on Clay Soil ion Foreman Baker, who had charge of Robinson. F.A.Evans, Toll City. of this division of tho road from its conRecitation struction until a year ago, died ut her Farm How to Reclaim a Worn-ou- t J. F. Wheeler, Rome. homo in Henderson Saturday evening. Circuit Clerk R, T. Chambers has comC. A. Boys and Girls on tho Farm pleted u transcript in tho caso of Hon-ne- n Robinson. against tho "Texas" Ry., to bo sent MUSIC. Mrs. I. L. to tho Court of Appeals that covers 214 for Farmers Literature pages. Whitehead, Rome. How to Pick, Pack and Ship or Market Simms Thomas has been assigned by Small Fruits.... N. B. Sanders, Tob- Collector Powers to a position at Marion lnsport. Crittenden county. It is said to bo ono Elections and selecting place for next of tho best places in tho district. year's Institute. Tho now factory was dedicated in MUSIC. splendor last night. Tho Jackson string Query Box. band gave a grand ball and tho loveliness of creation was apparently dumped a few All Ills That Fills rods south of tho depot., Tho building good for arc treated mora successAro was appropriately sent on its mission of fully by Parks'Tea. Is not a cathartlc-o- n good by having a bottlo of wino smashed griping or pain.yet moves tho bowels over it's noso at tho hands of tho most every day. A, R. Fisher, druggist. beautiful young lady in town, while an 'eleven within a dudo ruined ALwoman may bo as beautiful as dollar pair of pants by sitting on a bottlo HelenW Troy and as alluring as tho of whisky. Serpent of tho Nile, yet if she bo not cheerful sho is altogether incapablo of winning and keeping affection after it is fweS. This pld world is on the lookout RorTall that i bright and gay. There is so much of sorrow lurking in every cornIs tho title of our er that wo want to turn our backs upon 4lt wlieaover wo can; therefore a woman to Co appreciated iu home and social lifo must bd. liko a ray of sunshino rather Soon to appear in tbeso columns. than a cloud, no mutter how beautiful cloud may be. that lf two-third- Commnnder James Robbins of tho locnl post O. A. It., Cooper's Mills, Lincoln county, in this state, is one of tho prominent men of his community, n citizen general)) esteemed as a mnn of integrity and intelligence. Mr. Robbins has n brilliant wur record as a member of tho Thirtieth Malno. Ho has lived in tho vlllago slnco 1883 and is a jeweler. His houso is a neat cottago hotiso on tho brow of tho hill as ono drives into tho Mills. In tho narrow front hallway is Mr. Robbins! bench, latho and tools, nud hero you will find him placidly working away nt tho tiny wheels and springs. If you aro on sufficiently intimate terms with Mr. Robbins you will find him indulging in l's hobby. Ho has ono, llko tho most of us. In his caso tho hobby is startlingly picturesque, and it may bo safely said that ho is tho most original man in tho stato of Maine, so far as Ids curious fancy is concerned. Ho wears petticoats. Not when ho goes down street for tho mail and to do his marketing. At theso times ho slips on tho masYet ho docs not culine pautjloons. wear his trousers, even, llko ordinary masculinity. No suspenders for hiin. Ho wears n sort of dress waist, and his trouBers aro buttoned tightly about his hips. Ho always wears a woman's number six shoe, with high heels and graceful, slender Bhape. Mr. Robbins weighs something like 180 pounds, and tho effect produced by those shoes peeping coyly out from beneath manly trouser legs is startling, to say tho least. Mr. Robbins doesn't mince or toddlo, and his shoes seem to fit him pretty well. Ho reserves his petticoats for tho sanctity of tho homo circle, for tho partial retirement of Ids orchard and for calls npon neighbors with whom his acquaintance is close. Mr. Robbins isn't squeamish about showing himself in petticoats. Ho enjoys wearing them, ho has worn them wheu opportunity has presented all his lifo long, and ho wears them scientifically too. In tho first place, there's no half way business about it. Every detail of femiuino attire is there, and Mr. Robbins is rightly fussy about tho details. There is no woman in Cooper's Mills who owns so many dresses of such excellent material as does tho commander of tho Cooper's Mills post. Ho takes pride in having only tho best. His lingerie is elaborately tucked and ruffled, edged witli liico and fashionrd according to tho most approved models of any lady's wardrobe. The material is of tho finest quality, and wLen Mr. Robbins lifts his skirts tho eyo gets ft vision of ruflles, lace and "all such like" of duzzing whiteness and immaculato smoothness. Ho is very particular about his Ironing. Everything must bo starched "up to tho handle," whatever that is, and sometimes Mrs. Robbins finds her hands full and her clotheshorse loaded down liko a pack donkey. Amazed neighbors, who were net fully nwuro of tho extent of Mr. Robbins' hobby, havo been obliged to ask for more details, when Mrs. Robbins has laconically informed them thai "it is Jim's ironing." Mr. Robbins' hosiery is of tho long sort, and it is currently rumored that tho stockings are hitched up at the sides. His corsets he has madq especially for his girth, and theso ho wears continually. His shape is fairly good, especially when he dresses up for afternoons. In tho morning ho wears print gowns, for ho us.sints iu tho housowork. Almost every morning Mr. Robbins in his print gown is seen sweeping off tho piazza and whisking about tho kitchen. Ho wears petticoats at homo almost exclusively, putting on his garb as soon as ho enters tho house. For afternoon wear his gowns nro elaborate Souio of them aro iiuulo by Mr. Robbins, and 6omo are fashioned by local dressmakers. Ono cashmero dress is quite a favorite, and this is frequently worn by Mr. Robbins when ho promenades 'in the orchard. Ho has lots of theso good clothes, all of fashionable cut, puffed sleeves, and with all tho fixings that go to lend grace and dignity. Usually ho wears an apron und especially so when at his bench. Tho upron is whito ordinarily and has a bib with ruffled straps and pockets. Therefore does Mr. Robbins present a somewhat unique appear-anc- o as ho works away of afternoons or sits and converses with his wife. Look ut tho gown and yon see a stylishly attired woman, but tho faco is very mannish indeed. Mr. Robbins would be marked iu any crowd. His faco is full, and ho wears u jet black mustacho that possibly owes its color to art. His hair Is long." black and curly, his voico is deep and full, und there's nothing effeminate about him except his attiro. Lowiston Journal. Soapitone In China. Tho Chinese in utilizing soapstono, which is found in their country in large quantities, mnko of it trays for pens, slabs for rubbing ink, flower vases, boxes, sandal wood burners, flowi editor's ofllco and wanted to advertise forChalmers. Itupicared that Chalmers had left home, and nobody know why, and this young woman had faith that her recital of his personal traits would bring him back. It wns a good example of tho average person's power of description of n fellow being. It is totally inadequate.! Though mnn bo fearfully and wonderfully made, thcro seems to bo an unaccountable inability in nino persons out of every t n to givo a crcditablo word picture of any ono whom they havo seen. Becauso wo' understand tho looks of n jicrson when wo meet them, it never occurs to tho mind that other peoplo do not grasp u thorough idea of his nppeurnuco with a few passing phrases of description. Your friend comes iu, and you to him that such and such u man baa just called for him, butalmost invariably your exposition is a jumbled lot of phrases which apply to tho human racn in general. Tho other day when I rushed into my ofllco room with n column story on the end of my tongue or ut tho tip of my pou, to be more accurate I was given tlds greetiiig: "Hello! A man has just been in to see you." "Wlint did ho look llke'i" "Oh, bo wns n good looking fellow not very tall, rather heavy, but not too much so." "Wns ho old or youngf "About 20 or 25, 1 should say." "What color of hair?" "I don't remember now. Howover, I don't think ho had a mustache." "How dressed?" "Oh, just nn ordinary business sultf" Havo you over heard such a description? If not, watcli yourself next timo you tell of somo one's call. You will bo surprised to .find that your description would fit almost any member of tho human ruqe. Why is it? I don't know. Wo. read in books that it's becauso wo don't cultivnto tho habit of intelligent observation. Thcro was onco u boy who learned how to describo what ho saw. Every morning ho was scut by bin father to walk rapidly by nn elegantly arranged window, ami then afterward to repent to him all tho things he saw at this ono glance nt tho panorama and to describo them. At first the lad could remember but few things that his eyo may havo caught iu tho passing glance, but in timo ho could remember almost everything in a show window by merely seeing it once. Boston Herald. At the Mutilcure'. Tho manicuro with tho golden hair was bendiug over tho baud of a now .VIiIcompletrlydrtrDythodpalroforTOnACCXIln from Htoftdnys. 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Colonel Kilgoro says "1 object" with such utter disregard of personal considerations nnd with such unfailing regularity that ho .has disarmed tho resentment which usually falls upon obt. jectors. St. Louis Kllgfiro' Kit-goro Qlobo-Deinocra- gK fmrm 4 J hb IARTin;X.AIlS fgl& XCvKW FREE. LIMA, OHIO. s m m. m.m" 'im r nmK PiTTsnuitaii. Pa. It gives mo pleasuro to speak n TnnOnioCnuvicXLCo.: ord of tiralso for your Tablets, it y Bon as strongly addicted to tho uso of llnunr.nml tlirnuuli n f i lend. I wan led to try vour Tablet. Ho ws BR Heavy nnu constant drinker, but after using your Tablets but three days lioquii uriiiKing and will not touch Uauorof any kind I havo waited four month boforo writing truly. you, In order to know tbo euro was permanent. lours MKS. HELEN JtOnniSON. Cincinnati. Ohio, Your Tablets havo performed amlraclo In my caso. Trie Onio Cnr.MiCAL years, and havo been cured bythotisooi I havo nsed morphine, hypodermlcally. for seven v. 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Men'i Suit! $6.48 north, $10.00 11 00 Men'i Suits $7 00 worth Ono Let Doo Skin Jeans PnnU fir... 1.24 One Lot Men's odd Coats I.kbs than Cost. Youth Suits for $.1.50 worth i.00 We hare the latest Noveltlei in Home Spun, Double Breasted Children Salts 93a to 5.00 One Lot Men's Suits .Melton Double Breasted for $10.00 worth 16.00 ?MC- & BLANKETS. Double lOJ-- i to 124. Price range from flSo to $0 CO. Comforti 85c to $2.00. CLOTHING. Buys Overcoats Men's OvcrcoaU .... customer. "Do you want your hands bleached?" sho asked. "Yes." Sho applied tho bleach, using more than tho ordinary quantity upon tho thumb and forefinger of the right hand. After working for about fivo minutes she stopped and said: "It is always difficult to remove nicotine with tho first application." "Wh-a-a-t?- " gasped tho Bociety girl, elevating her eyebrows. "Nicotine? What do you mean?" "Tho cigurett'es, you know," replied tho manicure. "It's perfectly uwful how they stain tho fingers, ain't it?" And she smiled a smilo that oven tho society girl couldn't resist. That inudothem friends, and they fell to discussing tho different brands of cigarettes. And when tho job was dono tho society girl whispered: "What'll take tho stain off?" "Uso lemon juice I do we all do." "Thanks." New York Herald. About Opals. The prejudice agaiust opals appears to bo disappearing. Anyhow they are popular. Tiiere are several varieties of opals and therefore several degrees of merit. Tho precious, or noble, or oriental opal is the supreme. This has all tho colors, and when theso colors nro broken into spangles it is then called tho harlequin opal. Then comes tho firo opal, or gira-solwith hyacinth red and yellow reflection. Tho former comes from Hungary, tho latter from Mexico. Tho common, or sciniopnls, aro nonopalesccnt. Tho or oculus mundi, is nontrnns-paren- t, but becomes so by immersion in water or any transparent fluid. Tho cachnloug is nearjy opaquo and of a bluish whito color. The hyalite is colorless, pellucid and wldto. Tho opal jasper or wood opal is tho petrifaction of wood, opalescent, but without tho coloring which makes tho "noble" gem so Chicago Tribune. o, pro-clou- s. Smelling Out Hunk 1J11U. If a bill must bo sent in a letter, the safest plan is to roll it tightly into tho shapo of a lamplighter and lay It in the fold of tho sheet inclosed. Arranged in that fashion, tho fact that it is money cannot well be distinguished by the "feel." A thread, with a knot at tho end, will not bo so likely to fetch a tell-tal- o fragment of tho fiber paper when drawn by means of a necdlo through tho envelope, nnd tho smell of it will bo less perceptible. So peculiar is the effluvium belonging to bank or treasury notes that experts at tho bureau of engraving say that thny can distinguish them when sealed in envelopes by tho noso every time. A thief onca showed to government detectives who had caught him thatho could pick out, whilo blindfolded, from a pile of 400 letters every ono of seven which contained paper cash merely by scent. Washington Star. Tolleniache' Consideration. Of tho Into Lord Tolleinaeho's consideration for others an amusing instance has been related by his brother. One day, at Pockfortod. ho caino down earlier than was his wont und happened to look into the drawing room. He found tho room "not dono" und littered with brushes and dusters. Extremely displeased ho rang tho bell impetuously, and the inculpated housemaid was summoned, but when .sho appeared, instead of administering the intended rebuke, ho apologized to her for coming into the room so early, and was so full of excuses for his untimely visit that rflio said at last, "Prny, don't mention it, my lord." s. London Tit-Bit- 9 So to $5.00 $3.48 to $l.00 Como a jumping, Hop in a pair of EXCELLS ALL. our $1.24 BOOTS. Our gteat special Shoo and Boot sale will continue until January iBt, at these unreasonable low prices. DON'T MiSS IT. THE LEADING CASH BARGAIN STORE. Geo. Yeakel & Co., ' BRANDENBURG, KY.' nnLjmtt7JxwmBGmnw3REmm Tho Origin of Sfiirclilnc. V The course of history carries us back no further than the year IGO-- t for the Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. origin of starching in London. It was in that year that MiEtress Van der Plasso camo with her husband from Flanders to tho English metropolis "for their When Baby was sick, wo caro her Castoria. When sho was a Child, she cried for Castoria, greater safoty," and thero professed herself a sturdier. Tho best housowives of When sho becomo Miss, sho clung to Castoria, When she had Children, sho care them Cast orla. tho time were not long in discovering tho excellent whiteness of tho "Dutch linen," as it wns culled, and Mistress Plasse Boon had plenty of good paying clients. Some of theso began to send her ruffs of lawn to starch, which she oiitruiTcouii''. did so excellently well that it becauio a Convenes at Hnrdinsburg second Monday In saying that if any ono sent her a ruff February, May and October. made of a spider's web sho would be T. R. McBenth, Judge, Leltohfield, Ky. Weed S Cholf, Commonwealth's Attorney, ablo to starch it. So greatly did her Eliiabethtown, Ky. reputation grow that fashiouublo dninea V O. Dabbsge, Master Commissioner, liar went to her to learn tho art and mystery dinsburg, Ky. of starching, for which they gladly paid e . K. ltbodes, BticrlU, McDanels, Ky. a premium of 4 or 5, und for the sef Charles Miller, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Deputies I W. f. Itamsey, Cloverport, Ky. cret of seething starch they paid gladly I W. S. Cart, Union Star, Ky, a farther sum of 520 shillings. Now York R. 8. Skillman, Clerk, ilardinsburg, Ky. World. Frank Ileavln. Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. DIRECTORY. er baskets, candlesticks, chessmen, cups, bowls and lamps, nil sorts of emblems, animals and the idols which tho disciples of Confucius revcro with so much favor. Hard Problem. A certain debating society is discussing tho question us to which is the angrierthe husband who goes homo and finds that tho dinner is not ready or tho wife who has dinner ready and whoso husband does not come home. It is e vol that the debato will end in a draw. Wellington's Magazine. A bo-li- Working For a Holiday. An Englishman stopping at ono cf the hotels was commenting upon tho extreme restlessness and incessant go of Americans. Ho said, "You Americans havo such a beastly idea of the compensation of work." "What do you mean?" questioned a Pittsburger standing near by. "Oh, you peoplo work for money," was tho explanation. "I don't seo nnythlng beastly about that," was tho retort. "May I ask for what you Englishmen work?" "Why, wo work for ourholldny," was tho reply. Pittsburg Dispatch. Vienna. aialtu Drinking Water. "Tho best water I ever drank," writes a correspondent, "was at Malta, where it is collected on tho flat roofs, which aro most carefully cleaned preparatory to tho heavy full of rain which takes place when tho weather breaks tho first or second week in September. Ever1 houso has below it nn immense tank, often of tho sumo area as the house, and about IS feet deep, and into this pours tho beautiful fresh water, which comes np cool and sparkling when wanted." Scared Ilnough to Dye. tho man who had "See here," married a widow, "hasn't your hair turned gray rather suddenly slut-- we were wed?" "Oh," said she, "that's from frjght. I was so scared when you proposed tome, don't you know!" Indianapolis Journal Bald e Jack How would it do for me to speak to your fattier tonight? Jess Best timo in tho world." no got tho bill for my new bonnet just before we started for our drivo. Exchange. Hound to Have a Nap. Conductor (giving him .a shake) Tickets! Sleeping Suburbanite (pushing his hand away No, you don't, Marial If you want that baby walked with, you can walk with him yourself. I'm going to get somo sloop tonight, by jocks, if 1 miss CO trains! Chicago Tribune Jiut tho Time. Vienna is of nearly circular form, DTho old oing 13 miles in circumference. city, or city proper, is, howover, scarcely three miles round. It was formerly inImmediately closed by fortifications. outside of theso was a wldo esplanade called the Glacis, which has been elegantly built up and is called Ringstrasso, ono of tho most r. p'.ondid streets in tho world. Brooklyn Kugla. Every crowned head of Europo, with tho exception of that of Turkey, is descended from ono of two sisters, tho daughters of Duko Ludwig Rudolf of Brunswick - Wolfenbuttel, who lived about ISO years ago. Tho strongest animals in the world aro those that livo on a vcgotablo diet, say tho vegetarians. Tho lion is ferocious rather than strong. Tho bull, horse, reindeer, elephant and autolopo, all conspicuous for strength nnd euduranco, choose n vegotablo diet. Ilulr Spllltlne IlUhop. It is rrcoided of u certain lmir splitting English bishop, who was accustomed to I'Oinposu his "churgtti" in the train, nud whom desk wasulwiiys placed opposito to him, that lie iuvuriubly treated it as though it w"ru u living Tho train being very full 'oil one occasion, u would bo passenger Inquired if this pluco was taken, unci the blsli?p, with his suiiiileHt Hiuile; expressed regret that thero was uu room. "I don't think that wus (piito right, my lord," said ona of his fellow passengers. "What was not right?" iuiinired Ids lordshfp urbanely. "To say that the pluce wus taken." "Pardon me, I did not say that it was taken; 1 was particularly careful to use tho word 'occupied.'" San Francisco Argonaut. A vis-a-vi- John Slaton, Jxllor, Ilardinsburg, Ky. COUNTY COD1KT Convenes third Monday In each month. Thomas Adklison, Judge, Ilardinsburg Ky. Milton Doard, Attorney, Ilardinsburg, Ky. John K. Monarch, Clerk, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Convenes fourth Monday In March, and December titi,itri:m.v couirr. "' He Wus u Senutor. When you speulc of bees, dosignato tho kind referred to. Thero are 4,000 species popularly known as "wild bees," 3,200 being natives of the Americas, Britain lias 70 species of bees and 10 of wasps. Of tho latter thero uro 170 species known to entomologists. is a treaIn tho Vatican library-thertise on dragons, a manuscript in a single roll 800 feot long and u foot wldo, the material of which is said to bo tho "tanned gut of a great dragon." e Senator Allen of Nebruska is a big, burly mail who looks like u prosperous dealer in livo stock. Shortly ufter his arrivul in Washington he was stopped at tho door of tho senate chamber by a new doorkeeper, who informed him that no ono save seuutors was allowed on the floor. Mr. Allen siniltd t'udly, waved his hand and sulds "Very well, sonuy, I'm a senator. I don't look 'it, I know, but I am, just tho same," aud passed into tho sacred precincts. Chicago Herald. Iler Preference "How is it your littlo baby sister goes to sleep as soon as your futher takes h,er?" d I 'spco'it's 'causo Little eho'd rather do that than stay uwako and hear him sing. Beau Mondo. Four-year-ol- Sinfire NEW STORY. A woman wearing stuys us loosely as is possible for such articles to be worn there is a museum founded by Oscar von Efforts to domesticato tho quail havo Frockenbeck, which contains files of been persisted in by many peoplo, but specimens of more than 17,000 different generally with Indifferent results. Rob- uowspapers. ert Jenkins of Richmond, Ind., howovcr, London lias a now organization, whose claims to havO recently tamed a brood name indicates fully its purpose. It is of quail, who live on his premises, showing no indication that they prefer the called (he National Society For tho Checking of Abuses of Public Advortls-iuwoods and fields. At nows-pap- ezorts a pressuro of 40 pounds on the which they compress. Such figures in cold print are startHntr. or-t;a- TV tlB(l ptlMUIM T .WAYNE'S OINTMENT! n.niDtl.af oa th fuo. JlrM wa Km Ur. tMAjVileh. rarfi Their Heifer. There aro very fow infidels in Arizona, New Mexico and the other territories. Bollelteld Is that so? Bloomlleld Yes; ovory man there believes iu a future stato. Pittsburg Dloomfield Chroniclo-Telegraph tember and Decs tuber. Magistrates, lien T. Miller and Lum Ulack, Constable, Lee Dish-oUcrdlnsburg City Court. J. II. Uuiby, Mayor; Dent Brown, Marshal; V. O. Attorney. City Court, civil terms, first Monday In Marih, June, September and December. Clovkrport. Courts Thursday succeeding the first Monday In March, Jure, September and December. Magistrates, Dudley and Joseph Mullen. Constable, Thos. Keenan. Cloverport City Court. Civil terms first Monday In March, June, September December. Mayor, Charles Llghtfuot. Mar-4e shal, James Ilambleton. . Maglstrstes, Henry U. Dean, Rock Vale; Sam W. Parsons, McDauiels. Comlabl, Geo. W, Durton, Ruth. Co2s at Rock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Morr day In March, June, September and December, and at MoDaniels Tuesdays alter the Monday in said months. IIUD80viLL. Magistrates, Custer i Henry 0. Drne, Hudson, Constable John Nevltt, Constantlne, Courts at Hutfiion-vlll- e on Wednesday succeeding tbo second Monday In Maroh, June, September and December, and at Custer on Thursday following tho tamo months. Bewlktvillk. Magistrates, Riley ,Dowell, Irrington ; 0. 0. Martin, Dig Spring. Constable, John Piled. Courts at Dewley vllle on Friday succeeding the second Monday riK, March, Juqe, September and D;cember,andnt Webster on Saturday. Union Stb Magistrates, Jamos J, Severs, Union Star; John W. Jarrett, Stepbensport. Constablo, Jabes Haynes. Courts at Urlon Star on Wednesday succeeding the third Monday in Maroh, June, September and Dicera-be- r, and at Stephensport on Thursday, p. Dab-bug- e, Ham-bletMgD-inulsseo-on- d deo.-llatne- d, ITIAI.INTEItlAl. DISTRICTS. IUbdiksbubo. Courts on Wednesday succeeding the first Mondsy in March, June Sep- At Ilardinsburg on Tuesday after the first Monday In April and October, FISCAL COUItT. u. iklm ftUar. tthlU 4raalaU- - Of Mft b tUfcll bfUlll. Aik jwr 4nmin fw.i. s 6o, rnudtifku, m &&d r. hl Bcv. F. C. Igluliiii't, Now York, writes: "Acorn on tliotoo Is a thorn Iu tlio flesh, which C. . C. Certain Corn Cure' iitoatmcf clfuily removes," i'.lW7 THE. BRHGKBNRIDGRrNRWS, GLxOYKRPOR, KY. James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder. OLOVERPORT, KY. afiT Estimates furniahd qn appllcatl . s. a. "s. w. Robert E. Woods, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Room 47 Trust Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. GONSTABLR HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. XXa.AII hutlncM entrustcJ to my hand eiven Notct and nc' prompt and curtlul attention. counti Collected and prompt return made. Srtd me your business. LEE BISHOP, - THE BEST TYPE WRITER. Dcedp, Mortgages and nil legal Instruments drawn and copying dono in the best ttyle. V. G. Bnbbagc, Uahdinsduiio, Ky, Att'y, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES. Kraut Sulzer's. Pearl tapioca Sulzer's. Figs for cooking Sulzer's. 's. Seedless your coal Sulzer's. 111 be awlful nice see it at SulIt zer's. John Jarboe went to Skillman Monday. Candles, orange and lemon peel. Sulzer's. Oysters and sweet milk for soup at V. S. Long's. Shirts almost at your own price at rasins-Sulzerv Bali-bagw'- a. J. Canned tomatoes, beans, pens, corn. Sulzer's. Barney Bolder returned from Spots-vill- e Monday. Circuit Caurt convenes at llawesvillo next Monday. Dr. Goldstein, of Henderson, was in tho city Saturday. You can always find the largest variety of shoes at Sulzer's. Try Cracker meal for frying your steak or oysters Sulzer's. How are your socks ? Have you seen Sulzer's Btock of socks ? R. E. Woods dropped in to see Ids old home folks Friday. Cellaloid in sheets to make fancy work nice for gifts. Sulzer's. Mrs. William Embry went to Addison yesterday to visit relatives. Canned apples, peaches, pcaw,hppH-cot- s and berries at Su'zer's. Buy your Thanksgiving lamb, veal, beef and pork Iroin V, 8. Long. Draw the lino where you will, it never fails to hit a bargain at Sulzer's. Oh! tho dolls that will be on display at Bibbago's this week, come and see. Mr. Amel Oelzo is still quite sick with rheumatism. His wife is also sick. The price of silver has not affected the prices ol Sulzer's groceries unfavorably Oranges, dates, figs, bananas, lemons, grapes, raisins and cocoanuts at Reidel & Co's. Watch for it. Sulzor's. Gloves, gloves at Babbngu's. Mr. Percy Hopper has gone to Kirk. You can get an overcoat at Sulzer's. Fresh mince meat in bulk at Sulzer's. Try Corn flour you will like it. Sulzer's. Santa Clans will bent Sulzer's next week. Fred Fralze returned from Louisville Monday. Buy your boy a gun for Chrlttmas Sulzer's. Dr. Talmage is to lecture in Owens-bor- a soon. i J. F. Claycomb, of Lodlburg, was in town yesterday. Evaporated peaches, pears and appri-cot- a at Sudor's. "V. 8. Long for turkeys, gtese and chickens Thanksgiving. f Walter Smart went to Hendorson Friday, hero Sunday. Miss Mary Bowmer, of Hardinsburg, is visiting Miss Skillman. ? , Miss Jtssie Hoylo is visiting Miss Brook Stephens, of Holt. The "Flying Dutchman" has gone into winter quarters in this city. Only a few more bushels of apples left order eomo today. Sulzer's. The Baptist meeting closed last Sunday witli 14 additions to tho church. Leave your order for a ntco turkey or goose for Thanksgiving Sulzer's. Wooden gutter. Better than tin and at half the price at Gregory & Co's. Mr. J.A. Crutchor representing Cluett Coon & Co. was in tho city Monday Air. and Mrs. Josh Grifllth. of Owens-borare tho guests of Dr. and Mrs Watklns. Miss Nora Vanmeter and Miss Lizzie Redman, of Glendale, are visiting Mrs. W. 0. Allen. Dr. Watklns says there is not much sickness in the country, but the baby business is good. Winter, winter, is nt hand. How is yoursiipply of underwear? Clear prices made at Babbago's. J. Frank McGary and wife, Kirk, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Lewis last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. J. J. Sever?, of Union Siar, has recived an appointment as gauger in Ben Johnson's district. Mr. J. II. Moorman has completod tho city assessment. He says it will not toot up as much as it did last year. Last Saturday was a busy day in town. The merchants were all busy, especially those who advertise in the News. Geo. Dean has been promoted to freight conductor on tho Texas. Good, honest, faithful work wins every time. Seo Sulzer's show window next week. The beautiful tableau "The Marriage of the Nations" will please the little folks. Our birocco correspondent tells a good joko on "Bishop" Salem, i who preached so entertainingly to our people last o, Cranberries Sulzer's. Lots of eggs at Sulzer's. Fresh fruits at tho City Bakery. Fine writing paper at Babbage'p. Dr. Cottrell wont to Louisville to day. ' Tho poor man's protector Kcra-KoPuller's.? You can alwuys bo pkastU in shoes at Sulzer's. m CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. and opening wide the hearts of your dear friends, something solid, worth your money and everlasting in tho heart of the reoeiver. Don't fail to view with scrutiny, the immense stock of Silverware, of Musical Goods, of Clocks, Spectacles, Jewelry ot all kinds, and Watches that can't be beat. Don't forget us for repairs as well as the place. THERE ARE FEET with corns , WTTTCTJT? X .LX JUAVJU 42.XVXJ APT? TCT?17T rrrUliiiit X'JUXJJ. WllUVUbij & aw ' Buck skin gloves for Engineers nt Bah-bage- 's. THERE ARE SHOES That Fit If you need anything in boots or shoes go to Su'zer's. If for these days of merry-makin- g wcekv The merry yule tide is almost hero and you'll bo in the tide if you trade at Sulzer's. Raw onions will usually check a cold in the head, Sulzer's have some nice ones that is, onions. Miss Aliene Murray gave a "Tea" Monday evening in honorof Miss Young, of Morganfleld. know A X, y Tho ladies all say it The men all it That White Frost flour is king of all flour. Sulzer's. MisscB Nannie ,and Aliene Murray left y for Brandenburg to be tho guests of tho Misses Lewis. Now is the tima for you to get a bottle of that water proof shoo dressing for gent's fine shoes at Sulzer's. Mr. Will Bowmer and Miss Maggio y to Bowmer leave for Henderson attend the Thanksgiving hop. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McCarty, of Whitesville, ylsited their daughter, Mrs. T. 11. Bates, of Tar Fork last Sunday. The ladies of tho Elm street Methodist church will give a musical entertainment at tho church next Friday night at 7 o'clock.. Hot roll's made from our Fleishman's yeast and a jug of Maplo syrup will make a delightful Thanksgiving breakfast Sulzer's Tho b&t thing for tho money is that Seal oil Shoe Dressing for ladies' shoes. A large shoo buttoner with every bottle free. Sulzer's. Two of tho leading amusements In this city just now is poping tho question and poping pop com tho last is the most profitable Try a bushel. 8ulzer's. W. Noblo Burch is in town representing the American Book Company, Cincinnati. He is supplying the schools with the necessary charts as required by to-da- t V. S. Long will keep sweet and buttermilk for sale this winter and deliver them dally. Leave your orders with him for milk. "I have lost my heart,'' ho whispered, Gazing in her lovely eyes; But tho maiden coldly nnsw end, "Why don't you advertise?" C. P. Sawyer has gone to Owensboro to accept a position with the M. V. Mon arcli & Co. Tho firm telegraphed for him yesterday to como down immediate- iy. Dr. Rico Pennington has been elected city physician of Owensboro. Rice is an old Breckenridge county boy and has a host ot friends up here who will be glad to hear of his olection. Mr. John Friedl, a miller, employed at Bronsford's flouring mi)l, will be married next Wednesday, to Miss Naunio Odlze, at tho residence of tho bride's parents at Troy, Ind, Owensboro Messenger. ' Mr. Geo. C. Patton will leave in a few days for Canada. Ho will be absent some threoor four weeks. He says as soon as the weather permits he hopes to start Ho is shipping from six up his plant. to seven cars of brick a day. Mr. Arthur Bonrd has just returned from Cincinnati, whero ho has been tho n guest of Mr. Conley, tho tenor of tho Wilbur Opera Company. Mr, Conley, when he comes to Louisville next month, will visit Mr. Board. Louisville Post. There will bo a anion Thanksgiving service at the Elm street Methodist Rov, W. church at 11 a.m M. Burgess, pastor of the Presbyterian church, will deliver tho sermon. There will bo a collection taken up fortho poor of all the churches. Como prepared to contribute something. well-knowo. Geesonnd turkeys with their dresses off at Sulzer's. Every thing good to eat for Thanksgiving Sulzer's, ,W. J, Dean Jr. Glendeane, Ky. was in the city Monday. Poultry food makes hens lay try a package. Sulzor's. Mr. J. D. Brashear, of Owensboro, was ' in the city Monday. Ileinzs' fauces to go over tho big fat goose or turkey. Sulzer's. Ilopkinsvillo and Owensboro will soon v bd connected by telephone. Tho pay car with July pay will be down this week or the first of next. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Murray returned from Louisville Tuesday night. Born, Nov. 23, to the wife of Chester Beaviu, Mattlngly, a boy, tho first. tfn.J.T. Owen and daughter, Miss Lula, went to Louisville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gregory, of Louisville, afe in the city visiting relatives. Babbage has the best assortment of books oyer shown for Xmas. presents. Henry Haynes, of Hawesville, was the guest of his brother, B. H. Haynes, ono day last week. Sinflre one of Julian Hawthorne's masterly novels will soon appear as a serial J in this paper. 'f I saw; him hurrying down the street on liis way to Sulzer's to get a pair of thoso good wearing shoes. Mr. Junius Dutschko was'in the city last Mopday. He called in and paid Ids respects to the News. "Mugw Severs was in town Saturday. "Mug'ays he is not likely to bo a candidate for County Clerk. Miss Slay Ryan returned last week from a visit to her brother, Capt. F. M. Ryan, Jeflersonville, Ind. F. N. D'Huy is puttiug his house in shape for the Holidays. Papering, painting and cleaning up generally. County Clerk John Monarch was in town Saturday feeling tho pulse of the voters. Ho wants an endorsement. Tito weather prophets say this is tobe the coldest winter since 1883,but you can keep warm if you use Sulzer's blankets' Mrs. McPherson celebrated her 02d birth-da- y yesterday. She Is halo and old hcartyj and as Jolly as a sixteen-yea- r lassie. Corn flour The newest novelty on the market hot corn flour, batter cakes, butter and maplo syrup Oh my I how nice. Sulzer's. Col. Powers has dono tbe handsome thing by Jim Robards. Jim wentdown and the there as a storekeepcr-gaugo- r Col. guvti him a position us gauger which pays about double. Mr. Eugene Got) left last Friday for St. Louis Mo., whero lie will accept a position with tho Hamilton, Brown & Co. Tio "News" wishes Eugeuo success in his new undertaking. If you owe us a dollar we would liko to have it. ,We(need it in our business. It is a small sum to you, but it is a big thing to us. Suppose you had n thousand persons owing you one dollar each. You seb at once what it amounts to. Mr. Joseph Basham was in town Saturday and handed us a $1 and remarked that ho didn't like to keep monoy in his pocketjwhen ho owed it. If thero were more men with tho same debt paying spirit is Mr. Basham times would bo a great deal easier. John Vest Times aro getting bettor, trado is looking up and ttie skies aro brightening. Wo had tho best day last Saturday we have had for a year. Sold mora goods and took in more hard cash. We havo nothing to complain of our business h,as been satisfactory all the year. The lit. Rov. Bishop of tho Catholic church, has made the following appoint-mentRev. James J. Pike, pastor of St. Peter's church, Stanloy, Daviess county; Rev. Engolbert Schmitt, pastor of St. Benedict's, Beech Grove, McLean county; and Rev. Louis Herljebeth, paster of . St. Ma'ry Magdalene's, Payncsvllle. J. D. Brashear, Owensboro, is hero negotiating tot a purchase of tobacco. Ho lias not yet made permanent arrangements for a house, but will in a few days. Ho is however ready to talk to farmers about there crops and desires to seo as many as he can. Farmers who have not yet sold should seo him. al THERE ARE SHOES That Don't: We have none of the don't kind. We can give 'every foot a comfortable fit. ' That's our specialty. Every worthy make is in our stock. Our "FINE" Shoes T. C. LEWIS Retail Jewelers. & CO., for Ladies' and the Men, are breaking HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY. record as fast sellers and good Wearers. Don't fail to hear the whistling woman. Dressed turkeys sell at 10 cents per pound In this market. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Baldwin returned to Butler county yesterday. Mr. Pierco was barely alive last night and his death was expected nt any moment. Push' for good times and they will como. They are right hero if you would but say the word. Sulzof takes a whole pago in tho News next week to toll the story of their Christmas opening. A whistling woman is the attraction tho Ladies' Aid Society has for next Friday night. She Ib nn nrtist in her line. TherNEWS is now prepared to furnish merchants witli paper bags, either plain or printed at lowest wholesalo discounts. Glvo us your orders. Mr. Beverly says tho present crop of tobacco is tho worst he e or saw. Thero aro a few good crops, ho says, but they are very hard to find. Mr. Edwin Hnmbleton, ofSorghotown, was visiting his daughter, Mrs. C. E. Lightfoot, last week. Ho left Monday to visit relatives in Hawesvlllo and Cnn-nelto- n. GLENDEANE, John Dean was in Louisville several days last week. BobThoma8 of Leitchfield has been visiting relatives here. Nannie Owen has returned homo after sponding several months in Leltchliold. Miss Bettio Webb, who has been in Leitchfield for somo time, is at homo again. Mr. Henry Dean has been ouito ill for somo time at his homo near this place. Mrs. Bettio Moorman lias returned from Leitchfield. after snendimr a nmk with her sister, Mrs. W V. Worthan. Mrs. C. A. tisher has returned from Millwood after a visit to her sister. Mrs. Will Do Haven. Will Mooman savs ho is anxious for spring to como; "For his heart is weary waiting, wniting for tho May." E. II. Dean wont to Louisville last week with a car load of hogs. As Thanksgiving day draws near, tho turkey gobler quakes with fear, for tho house wife soon ids head will sever, and his voice will bo heard no moro forever. Rumor has it, that one of our blondes of the blondeat tvne. will soon bo lead to the Hymenial altar, wo can only say that Breckinndgo's loss, is Daviess Co's. gain. Ernest Robertson was on tho "Eve" of going to the lecture Friday nlghf'but tho best laid plans of mice and men, oft gang astray". Mrs. Amanda Mooman ia with her sister Mrs.R.II.Moonian who still continues very ill. Mrs.W.J.Dean has returned from a vis it to her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Corn well, of Louisville. Thero is a Sunday school being organ-ize- d at this place and will convene every sabbath at the uew hall. They do say there is soon tobe a wedding in high life in this place and the Lilly will bo the prevailing decoration. Wo had the pleasure of hearing Dr. Cottrell lecture, and enjoyed his keen wit, and ready eloquence, and, while we know that great minds differ, wo aro glad to find somo who havo courago to laco an audience, and say w ha tho thinks. Try a pair next time you need Shoes. P. S. Watch " SANTA OLAUS " at Sulzer's this year. P. S. See Sulzer's Show Window next week. NextT hursday Wo will open an entirely new slock of J Things nro. lively down at Madison-villThe Hustler, which has just moved into now quarters, and now runs by steam, says now houses are going up in every quarter and every carpenter, plhs-tere-r, is engaged pidntcc and brick-laye- r in a job. Good for Madlsonvillo and congratulations to tho, Hustler in its now quarters. W. W. Vessels,;)3 Hardinsburg, and Mr. Wra. Storms, ''of 'McDanicls, passed through the city- Monday night on their law. way to OwonBbbro. Mr. Vessels has Charlie Woods, who has been wcighor already received an appointment as for tho Breckenridgo Company (limited guuger in Co). Powers' district and has at Victoria, left for Pineville yesterday. gono down to get an assignment. Mr. He goes with Mr. Bently and has a posi- Sibrms is on the, lookout for an appointtion in his company. ment as storekeeper in tho same district. two-stoTo aid n circulating, an evil rumor Now lookout for big, which'youdouot know 'to bo truo is loads of tobacco. The weed is in consummate . baseness. No one has a, tho country) tha buyers are. anxious for right to circulate derogatory reports it and the farmers wast to sell and tho about a person on mere supposition. "season" is here', so we can look for both Geo. Bontly has gone to Pinovilie to tho farmers and the tobacco to make our town a visit soon. In this connection accept his old position with the Breckenridge Cannel Coal Company. Mr. Bent-l- y we want to say a word to tho farmers. Read tho advertising colums of tho News is a young man of fine social and business qualities and his numerous friends study them and when you como to town deal with the merchants who advertise. in this city regret his leaving. top-heav- y, ry The current topic of tho day in this city among the ladies is about the barrol of currants at Sulzer's they are cheaper than dried peaches Nicer than dried apples children cry for thorn. Old men bawl (or more husbands raise tho roof off tho house when they fail to get currant plo. Try some to day. 8. lh Berry, foreman of the car department at (he shops, met with a very painful accident last Monday. Tho pilot on engine 0 was being placed and accidentally fell and maihed the instep of his left foot and the little finger on his right hand, Tho wounds are not serious hut are liable to keep him in doors for sovr eral days. How our cloak department did suffer last week. They came from tho North, ,the south, the East and tho West. They Jwero old customers of ours, Somo wore new ciutoniqrspthey knew; wfyere bargains were to be found. How our clerks bent to the task how the cloaks went how pleased th'ey w.ere when they left. Thoy,will come again and bring, their friends? Are you golBg'to miss our big rushing cloak sale Sulsor's. , Don't try to run your business without advertising. Let people know what you havo to sell. Publicity is what you want. Liberal advertising gives publicity and publicity brings success. An eloping couple from Grayson county passed through this city Friday bound for Cannelton. Effle Johnson nud Buddy Oliver were their names. They were accompanied by Alvln Chappln and Albert Bates. Levy's, the enterprising clothiers of Louisville, will return thanks to their in a substantial Liistomers way. They will butcher sixteen fine beeves and every visitor to their houso will get n pitce. John W. Sutton turns up atLeitchlleld with another increase of pension. John was among the early pensioners of this section, perhaps the first on tho list, and wo expect has drawn ns much money from the government as nny man in this section of country and it lias dono him as little good. Cannelton is a much bigger town than wo had any idea of until wo made a tour of the business houses there last Monday. Thero aro a number of good big stores well equipped stocks nil kept in s order. Tho town nlso lias n nud electric good system of water-work- s lights and an air of prosperity prevails tho city. Cannelton is n very eood town. City Assessor Moorman was examining the files of tho News yesterday to get itio last statement ot tbe Breckin-ridg- o Bank. Mr. Moorman says tho Bank refuses to give in their list which is required under tho now law and ho had to resort to thoir statement to get it. Ho listed them at $70,000. The bank of course will fight it. Mr. Nelson Jolly, McQuady, was in town doing "soino dealing" Saturday. Mr. Jolly used to bo a 'regular visitor, with' his big e team loaded with produce "to trade," beforo the days of railroads, but now ho makes ono trip a year and that on horseback or in a buggy. Mr. Jolly is only ono among a number of othors who used to come in that way from a section of God's country. Henry W. Washington, wno has spent the last fifteen months in Chicago was hero last week representing one of tho largest wholesalo clothing houses in that great World's Fair city. Henry can tell you in a most charming way all you want to know about Chicago. Ho was very nicely "dono up," he says by a sharper whom ho met on tho train as ho was leaving that city. The fellow approached him with a pocket full of small bills and silver and was very anxious to havo them turned into larger bills. Henry was willing, of course, to accommodate him and ran his hand down in his vest pocket and pulled out$05 in ten's and twenty's. Tho follow counted out sixty-fiv- e dollars in small bills ten ones and the balanco in fives. Henry saw him count It, the sharper picked it up folded it and handed tho roll to Mr. Washington and tho latter passed over his amount. Mr. Washington proceeded to count tho money and when ho looked up the fellow was leaving thd car and jumped off leaving Henry $W) short Tho train was running at the rate of about eighteen miles an hour and of course thero was no show to overhaul him. Henry says it was tiio slickest trick bo ever had played on him. first-clasfour-hors- 'l " JLadies' C loaks :: Cold Wave Comforts That's what our new rivals are. of ar- Just received from the World's Fair City of Chicago, ranging in price from $2.50 to $13.50. Wo don't expect the garments to last ten days. Tho best styles will bo tho first Cloaks bought. OVERCOATS It's a comfort to tlio buyor to know tho price. It's a comfort to tho cyo to seo their beauty. It's a comfort to wear them and it's very comforting B. F. BEARD & HARDINSBURG, KY. J. 0. BOURNE, J. M. HARPER, CO., to us to sell them. Our Famously Pretty SUITS carry off tho ' honors wherovor thoy go, and a man looks hand- somo and picturesque in thorn. DANIEL BROOKd BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., r ' Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP, BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE, KY. Just bring us TEN SILVER DOLLARS and we'll turn you over tho hand- somest and most stylish fitting suit of clothes you over had on. as MANHOOD RESTORED! S8S!SJSflg!& peM.all drmlni ind lo of powerln Ctoneratlvs Oiyini of either Mxcauwd which lrd to lnflnnltr.Contumpilonor InunllT. Cma b carried lu Ipcrbox.aforva, mall prepaid. Tyit pocket. ordorwo a written Buarnntca nther bfnrrcftaBd tho WltboBSHold. ..,..2 la car WrithrnpfM. brail rufffftlta. JlftkfoMt. laka nrt tinnb ' 0UUK1UO AMfcHLVlVU. lnmaluwraDDar. A(ldraiilKEKVI!IEiEiii!(i..u,uinin'r.inni. ,.... ..Tr Iter tat In Clorerport, Ky., br A. K. FlSllKlt, and b C O. U AUXIN, DruggUU. t uii.i ,, It is as good it looks too. amilv could afford, and wlmn fV'n purchase of a cldck was almost o.b serious a matter as- tne purchaso of - It Is Overcoats and SUITS wo want to Bell vIbB aflaJIHKmJi rYiy jfiuE Vl this week and if you como you'll get a bargain. JudlKfwtlon, and Ptomnrb disorders, lake All daatera keen It, II r bottle Genuine haa trado mark aud crvtfaeu red 11dm ou wrapper. 1'On DYSPEPSIA, H - HllOWN IKON 1UTTEHS. W. H. BOWMER SON, & t' BEHIND T A " TIME. be- AThorn im't'nnv. thing yory formidable about' the purcuaso 01 a ciock or a watch in these days. The astonishing thing about now is "their cheapness, variety and excellence. Don't bo behind time, Thero iB not tho least excuse for anytning of tho kind, when you can buy a watch or clock for a trifle. You will bo eurprisod at our low prices on watches and clocks. Wo also havo a nice lino of jotfolry, silverware, spectacles, musical instruments ot "very reasonable prices a b.0UBfi IS n'nw. time-keepe- rs It'e your own fault if you are dono. Repairs promptly and neatly CLOVERPORT, KY. hind timo. Thero was a timo when one watch was about all a whol F. N. D'HUY, QUQVEHPORT, KY, T 8 fito T 1"1!? ate tWTJL. - ,X'V t&ttUkJ&HJ?LLU.(3N1&W&. t issis jttt-J- S Hirfih i jLfc THE teOKBNRIDQ Awl, o irr J NWSrGkQ?BI?QBflVK .... "" . - ttigllGstof all in LcaYeMlng,PM,al.Ti'tcstUrS.Gov't.IJr'0iTrT a jarff tueVlIahliFTnTnolien Uh4Uw6tkdUatj boaT, wo Bpent sixty days on the injwlilch u&r. We had intendedriroine & SO pijl, but whenlgottoqrftnl(fliiriu Nddlhci iiVilbe ran fc jBAwJ rA Is eiici did cbcrioiiltir llriceB ds $V(lr ddtitetl thtMnts perfect goocUot tho iiatn tot filcinhdns ' Sivonso)t sell them, CM AW . .! Hfc WjWf jjP ABSOLUTELY PURE B LU..r. B JjiW AA J ri"ra Breckenridge News. , wfTTi WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1893. THE VISING SHIP.. Thousands of people Vieyr the Strange Norse Craft. VJi Cnpt, Aiidernoii HxplaliiB tlio III- lory ol Its lliilldlng mid ttlrca n 'NlltrlitSkclClior'illoOld lMr. aten Hi Future Trip. ItlAKINfl bAsr A. Mississiirw nivuits. IGIobc Democrat TOFJttOFTHE ILLINOIS J Tlio viking'smp is attracting more at- on May 27. e psssed sixteen days without seeing a vessel. Wo wero well to the north; further north then we intended to sail. On May 8,0 and 10 wo passed through heavy storms. Wo didn't try to make any headway during tho storm, but let the ship ride tho waves without sail in order to incur tho least danger. We had twelve men on board' plenty of provisions and a little galley to cook on, and experienced comparatively little troubje. On tho coast of Newfoundland wo encountered icebergs and rather heavy weather. We didn't pretend to play Vikings, we wanted to prove of the ship. Wo contho tend that the model of tho old Viking ship, is tlio best that has ever been designed, both for sailing qualities and for carrying capacity. Her sailing qualities aro superior. We sighted Capo Cod, our first Bight of tho United States, on June 11, and landed at New London, Conn., two days later. pJL'On the question of having copied a plrateVBhip, wo don't want it undor-s(ob- d lhat Norway is a nation of pirates, or that it ever was such We claim, and history bears usiiput,iithatntho.CQuntry was ruled by the church ovonliefore tho period that wo aro in a measure representing. Of course, numerous pirates had their homes there, but thov wero oijtliujppnpgentjyftQo'itJ&f tho country. On this trip wo don't ifnitate thoVlklngSj fiwlressigr. olgn FteUy.UrgnurnJJdrs Jtyoungj oUSrwVe.'- We VaUfi'l Wit Mntft? W men from Norway becomo sailors. Per scriptionB of, their dress, and this arguhaps 25 per cent of them quit this sort of ment was UBcd ngainsi our enterprise at llfo after a few years service. Another the outset. 25 percent arc proipoted to officers of "Norway is" a seafaring nation, and a BhipB or ngonis'. 25 per Venjt dje. nnjLWlo. remaltunK 25 per cent, rperjnips4r being, least on unfit for other business 'follow "the shn' (the fUhermon until thoy aro incapcitated by old ago. Bea. Many of tho sona of1 wealthy They aro then left in nil parte of tho wegians go to sea for a few ycars as t world and America has Its share of them. means of uwiuirintr an extended know! Onco'outof employment tl$ old .sailor, edge of tho world. TiiotresulW80that! naturally gravitates toward his nativo when thoy settle down to business, i' o, thoy ""havo 'broader ideas' land. A home of this sortls, tllerefbroj" they evcr-dand aro better fitted for commercial llfo. a sort of cosmopolitan charity.' Being asked respecting tho prlgln- - of Merchants who forsake the sea, lmvJhg accumulated fortunes, frequently invest tho Vlkjrjg Capt Andoison said: , gains' ia manufacturing industries, ,wns tho first o mention it. I their "I and it istnet uncommon to Bee poluts f r thought of tho project first In. ISft). At ng intoreeta that time? J, was living in, Now York, and merly noted for had been off tlio sea about .three years. oniy uneu wini manuiacyoneBnnuw(in I had boon successful in establishing n some 01 mtwe pjaceBine eftinK,ini-er1 eaU are muShWthe wane i W Norwegiaii'Ainorican Seamon'a Aasociat (jWo have been, greeted with' croww tion for LpttjMng the poilditicjn of Non wcglan sailors in America, and on our at alt poInLOhqt we stopped sinco leaving badgo wo inscribed the year in which Chicago. Xt some places the- echool Loif Erickflou arrived. In Amdrlaw ast .children wpre marched down fo tho rivwell as tho dato of tho, pptablishlhont of er to Beo.tho ship Wo will remain bora tho Association. J WW1 an articlo in tho till Saturday, or perhaps Sunday. Hall Now Yprk Herald respepllng tho pro- -, '"I will lecture at Entertainment cpn-- , Friday afternoon to school children aiid posed World'a Toir, .Then ft was tcmplated to hold ft In New Yprk. I on FridayJITfo' olarpgilrMiggn tntvDJscovery of Aracrtold pay wife that the. most appropriate' Norsemen and could contributo to lea, tho old Vikings, tho voyage across thing that Norway copy tho Atlantic, and I usually devo(o ten an tho World's Jair would-bhad hc'eii sail-- 1 or flfteon minutes to an account of a rip of tho Vikim? Globe-Domocrat pre-tendi- ta -tlieJr-Bhinjit, o tention on its,tour down the Illinois and Mississippi 'rivers Jtharl when inooretf at Jackson Park, Chicago. At no tlmo during its stay of five nionths'itf he World's Fair was it besieged by such crowds as gathered on; tho.Lorco yesterday to see the llttlo ship, with its foreign flag. Thousands of St. JjuU' best people tho craft yesterday, which is of historic interest, apparently, to cery ono. At the World's Pair tho ,mpre pretentious displays attracted tho mosses, and in thoTmaze rjf arcfiitectural splendor and rich OJcldblUftfiaJiltlQNorwegian craft was lost sight bl Jiyany, Now. that sho is touring tho country-t- o a limited extent tho people- take titno from home and business cares to pay their respects to her. From early morning till dark the Levee was lined by people to view tho craft. Tho larger number appear to bo content with a superficial view of tho vj:fise,.buLothera.will.notreeL until. they aro able to say that they havo been aboard it. Tho croud became so denws during the afternoon that only those in tho "front rows" were able to get a satisfactory view of tho exterior of the craft. Sho was opened up to the public at noon, and was crowded with visitors from that time till nightfall at 10c a head for adults and 5c for children. It was not intended to charge an admission feo for going aboard, but sinco leaving Cnicago tho strange craft has attracted so much attention that Capt Anderson has been obliged to exact a small feo in order to keep back the crowd which would avail itself of the privileges of tho craft were they allowed free admission. The fund raised from this source, as well as that from lectures delivered by Capt. Anderson, is intended for the establishment of a home for aged and indigent Beamen in Norway. Tho weather of yesterday was very favorable for a stroll along the wharf, and it appeared that all those out for a stroll bent their steps in that direction, and the sidowalks on Olivo and Locust streets leading to tlie river were linedby pedestrians going to and fro from tho ship. Others went in carriages and hacks, while a number o bicyclists rode their silent steeds riverward. Fashionably dressed ladies and children and gents with Bilk hats mingled with thoso wearing coarser fabric in their efforts to get to the ship with as little delay us possible. Policemen stood at tho entrance and exit gang planks warning tho people not to crowd, and it became necessary to employ extra help to prevent tho possibility ot visitors being pushed into tho river, bo great was tho press. Ono of the sailors, who acted as ticket taker, warned tho people- not to be in a rush as tho ship would bo at the w harf for several days, and other opportunities would bo offered to viow tho craft, but this did not appear to havo tho desired effect, as thoso on the wharf wanted to take in tho sights without tho necessity of a second visit. "Wo aro practically indiflereut to the fact of whether pr nof itlfo pebpleTgo aboard'tho fthipisaid CapL Anderson in repreconversation to a sentative, as tho people that I represent do not seek to mako any mouoy by exhibiting tho ship. They are paying tho expenses. I decided to contributo whatever wo secured in this way to tho establishment of an old sailors' home, but the American peoplonced not feel'that their monoy is being used entirely for n for is-it- k of tho early maried over in tho ners. I went back homo and established a dally paper at Christiana. I wroto a few articles suggesting such a measure over an initial, without letting ahy-o- no know who was tho writer. They Wero answered by a few persons, but no immediate attention was given. Tho Worlds's Fair was located at Chicago, and I thought nothing more about the matter until carlv in 1892. .'when II It. ofjjjublic Works,j Astrup, who had been appointed a Commissioner; of tho Norwegian exhibit at tho World V. Fair, spoke to mo about'the matter. I had given it up, but told him that if the measure was takcn'up I would support-i- t was anxious for thobesti could.-IIme to take holtfof the matter, but J measure rwa9'SKitate"dtg soine'extont.whon a call was makeupon 120 business men to become a committe to further tlio enterprise. Ninety-thre- e of them jesponded, and on May 17, the Norwegian'' Day of Independence, the books were opened for subscriptions. A rival jpaper opposed tho measure and the scheme camo near being dropped, but I waslhcn unwilling to forsake it and kept agitating tho matter. I got tho sailors interested and wo finally succeeded in raising tho funds. 'jj'This ship is tho result, and it is an oxact copy of the old Viking ship now in the University of Norway at Christian, which was dug up by two sailors near Sandefjord, a small seaport, thirteen years ago. Tho two sailors had nothing to do'and Concluded to put in their time digging in a certain mound which was ,the object of, common talk n the country, tho people agreeing that there was .something undor.it, ami those who cared; to explore it would bo richly repaid. They kept digging and foundtho ship. It was yunutUin bluocljiy, which "ac Aiinta (rw ifa nnru otnrn rtt nrntnrrnl iifi In olden, times it was the custom" to.bury pirate chiefs with their ships, and this was tho resting place of some noted chief. Everthimgin the construction of tho Vik-kin- g is true in detail with that of the old craft, even to the rivets of which there are tho same number. Some are clinched on the outside, tlio same way that we found them in tho old ship,' The" mast-fis" or tho piece in which tho mast is placed, is 30 inches square in tho largest and 10 feet long. Tho back part of this is in tho shape of the tall of a fish ; from originated. At the this tho"mast-fi8h- " present day they have propped the form of a fish in building ships, but this piece still retains the same name. "The rudder, you see, is on the right hand, or starboard side, tho 'stcarboard' side of olden time. "On our voyage, " Continued Capt. An- h, Tannrxx manner tjrgy rrff TTTf mm wie wuier win wu nuuuuw iu ui. Wo will contlnuo tempt tho trip. down tho river and probably reach New Orlejaiip byChristma9 jtTherij ,1 wlllhavo .tjiffihlp dfckedVd pMirfKoadjfcondJ. tion! for.n'fea A oyagojrFrora.il.at poiHt woMntend to. go to Philadelphia, Now York and Boston. I have not yet deter- jiliSed at what point on tho coast wo will stop) out Yfsioruayi1 receiver a iciier fr;om the citizons pf( Savannah, Qa. ask-iij- g me to 'stop there. Tho qucstfon of wliejhenwo shalbsall tti6 ship J. back td NnrAv him not been determined. Tho NoriegiaBBaroigynfcraTly pr6Ud 'of fhe riicSd wpjiavffimade, ,'apd, they" havo uiittcn to mo to brine the shin back. Onjlho Vjiher hti&, many prouifnont' AJnericans want tho vessel to renialu in tlii3;ountry. Only a week ago a wasatartod iu.fchinago to retain thowessel as part ot the historical collect-tioAthis country at Washington, D. C. TbejNorwegians have contributed quite liberally to tho .fxhiblta OurJexpenaeB up tt tho tltrifeaiiat'wVleft Chf ago w'ero of LlBMi mmm 'lit,;, i AiGIANT CLOTHING SALE! The MnrniwUh Lets Itself Loose ami and Ucgins a Bigger, Hravcr, Holder t every Department than was ever known before on earth. c SlaughtcrWJ i r ; J?iiJ!i w EVE,RY DAY. ($3.78 (JM for good worth $0. working Salts; $1.98 $4.98 for two styles of Ulsters worth $4. for a very good $8, OVER COATS Cdt ih fsarhd OQ A'Hurrb't6"tlic persdh gdesaing f for better working' Suits; worth $7. for Black Cheviot worth $10. Suits';1 Ulster; worth Ironfclad pearpto jts, weight, M.18 proportioA asStiifa and ' ,H " TUlstere: " $7,98 $9,48 for tho celebrated GreyvUlstersi worthSlO. for un Ulster good enough for a banker; worth $12. Pants and Odd Coats" almost given away. RUINOUS PRICES TRULY. $6.98 9.48 for Heavy Cassimere Suits ; worjh $10, for Dress Suite at)d ?1!J. for' Tine 'Suits; andtS18. J15 ' 11 QQ fpraFineUlster.linedwith ltUO ,j0tli worth $15. Childrente Glothing) Shoes and Hats 4 $300,000 WOltTH OF mi TO PINCHING wUJi;TIHES PRICES. it ' OOUt I WHAT m m JU,UUU. HATS, .' . SHQES . ND-. KENTUCKIANS SAY ABOUT THE Glotliingj Shoes, Hats FURNISHINGS ALL IN THE ,lr teW7httve:'jrunrjrted" tle"Burros7nnd-villpresent-t)ne-fr- ee $13.48 ahearoHlren? every day to tho customer in our Men's, Boys' dnd Children's Clothing Departments who Eiicsses nearest to 1110 wuigiii ui mo jurru 111 uur wiu- dow. Guess canis free with cyery Wdrfh $26 !' and furnishings k 14.98,fes $1 7.981 f?r lft inppt of ' n pprfl 0 i.f. last,andslghted fl.x--- i. ?. ; New foiuidland The Electropolso has been ri 'positive bejnefit to mo. J. II. Llndcnberger, National Bank, Presidoht Louisville. My confidence ill the Electropolso growB stronger the mtiro I sco1 it. Itov. 'W. V. Fdatii, Carrolton. look upon tho Elecropoise as tho I means God has given us to cure diseases iniaceordanco with nature's laws. Miss Susan Eiige, Lexington , Nothing has over hejped me so much. W. T. Matheny, Lexington. Do not hesifato to recommend the .Electrqpoiso. W. G. Graham, Lexington I am astonished at its work. Henry Gilbert, Lexington. r The Electropolse will euro many casds of disease where nothing else will. It lhas w'orked like a charm in my family. Ilev. Geo. II. Means, Covington It is certainly a Wonderful instrument, and It is more wonderful how it does its T .K. C. Brinloy. wdrk, yet it docs it. (Tho veteran plow manufacturer of the SOuth), Louisville. Tho Electropolso has been such a useful thing about the house that wo Can Frank F. Waller, not do without it. Lawrenceburg, formerly New Castle. Several bf my acquaintances havo derived much benefit from tho uso of the Electropolse. J. Guthrie Coke, Itussellville. The 'poiso has cured me of kidney and liver trouble. J. P. Savage, 511 E. Gray street, Louisville. The Electropolso bos' been a great re- lief to me. Itev. T. B. Miller, Kussellvllle. The Electropoiso has proved a great boon to mo. E. Crocket, Chrlstianburg. I would rather havo an Electropoiso than Hot Springs fot Ithcumatism. A. K. Marshall, North Fork. It is1 small but great. T. A. Dowden, Franklintown. There is wonderful good in it. J. S. Callaway, Smithflold. gem. Tho wonder-workin- g . Kev. W. F. Wyatt, Morning Viow. I speak advisedly about tho wonder working pf th' tEjcctroppisu ,as jl havo practicedIJrdddicihu. many.yenrs. II i1 1 ' Kev. D, II. Mariinon, Pittsburgh, Ky. Mdn-hant- l'f Vf WV( pww .j, . v..w-r- , s3 - For M., Boys and Children, that . ..V1J, I . i would take a page oi this paper to Mail en imcrate, cut in proportion! ui,s' ore drs1 filled promptly. ,, ; (jiant Slaughter Como and Buy arid (let a Burrd for "your Boys. " , PHnt' Now is the Time and the. Opportunity to lilt out for Winter ( , 1 mr-r- rrl Mf " New Fall Catalogue NcAv AInll Orders Filled Promptly. r,lQinIiM25 ? 5imon5on yAJLjJQTH ), A Folding1 Bed. wp read about lQplo ays being caught in folding beds and crushed or strangled to death or rendered cripples for life," said a mechanic, It is eaBy to1 prevent this. Every folding bol can bo easily fitted with hookd or bdlts that will fasten into unobtrusive staples or sockets in tho floor, and mako itjimpossiblo to ctoso tho' bed without unfastening thcm.or pulling up tho floor. Every ono of them .should; Jiavo Some One Ready. Slide Mid Clolninj Qo. LOUISVILLE, KY. Market Sh, Bet. 4th nnd 5tlu Sensiblo Mississippi Farmers. The Memphis the following; "The Farmers' Alliance, of Mississippi has adopted a policy that will tend to strengthen tho order immensely. At Tupelo conference, during tho past week, au address was issued recommendiugtho suspension of all participation in politics until 1890, and urging farmers to deyoto their energies to the profitable diversification of crops. Tho lecturers of tho state hayo been instructed to preach this new gospel of agricultural reform and to uso every possible effort to develop tho stock and trucking Interests of Mississippi Concessions have been obtained from 30H1C of tho railroads and commission houses for the Bale ot farm products will bo established in several of tlo larger cities of the south and west. This is a move in the right direction and, it is in lino w ith the original and fundamental principles of tho organization. If tho farmers of Mississippi will accede to tho suggestions they will be nblo to mako of tho state tho richest and most productive in tlio union, lor there is nothing not actually tropical that cannot bo raised within her borders. Concentration of effort to this end on tho part of tho alliance leaders will do more in ono year to improve the condition of the farmer than half a century of political scheming and speaking. Tho time is ripe for the work which tho Tupelo conference has outlined, and it will bo a blessed day for Alississippi when Iter truck patches are as numerous and her agriculture as scientific as thoy are in Soutli Carolina, Virginia and Georgia. As the farmers grow' prosperous, they will grow powerful." Tho farmers of other states will do well if thoy profit by tlio example of their Mississippi brethren. If they want to better their condition, let them givo their time and attention to the diversification of thflr crops, tho production of tho food supplies, required for homo me, and the cheapening of the cost of production. In their spare moments, if thoy desire to givo any time to politics before tho noxt general election, a careful study of the Cliipago platform wil not come? amisH. 'o are satisfied that, when the armeis 01 tho south and west seriously consider tho benefits that inufet como to them through the redemption of the financial and tariff pledges of our platform very few of them will ever drilt Into tho ranks of the third party, Atlanta Constitution. Appeal-Avalanc- Way to Fetter has "Every few , protection of this miture.i l"A friend of npiqq wjio travels a great deal, and ofen stops at hotels, where folding-bed- s arc, used, cairlps a strong, nickeled chain, like those used in hanging window weights, in his valise, and. at either end there' is a gooj stout screw eye. Tlio chain, is about six feet1 long and takes up scarcely any room,. WJien he strikes a hotel with folding beds ho lets the bed down, screws one of tho qcrew eyes in the'floor ori tone1 side ot the bed at'tho'foot, carries tho chain over tho frame and Under tho mattress to the other side, draws the chain taut, and sinks tho other screw eye ih the floor. This method would not bo' a good one to use in overyday practice, but my friend adopted it after ho had had an adventure with one folding' bed that nearly cost him his life. Nobody should pur-- , chase a folding bed that is not provided with some attachment thai will lock it so that it cannot br closed by accident. Tliey aro a dangerous as unloaded gung. Utica Observer. f i fc GREGORY ' .CL0VERP0RT, i CO, In BANK OF .WHARFMASTERS, KENTUCKY. HARDINSBTJRq Capital Stock C25 000. Surplus 87 600. D. F. BEARD, President. ' , Also Wholesale and Uttail dealers - Ydllow Pine Flooring Shingles, ' Hair, Doors, ' and Ceiling, Lime, Laths, Cement,- - Brick, Blinds, Sa8h'and t ' and all kinds of Building Material. ! , - WILL MILLER, M. U. BEARD, Cashier. &. W. BEARD 1 MORRIS KSKHIDGK I R.1M. JOLLY. Dire tor ' V Sole Agents for H6mestead Fortilizero and Troy Bone Meal. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS w Orders nccombinkJ with the cash promptly filled Louisville, St Loufs & Texas R, R, Co. tabler'sph c buckeyeOLE OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. X TIME SCHEDULE Tutting Effect At7:00 o'clck Wert Bound o3 61 aro. si. A. U. Traini Sunday June 18, ilati Hound 62 1S9 TVaini If you will Bend your name or that of somo invalid. friend wo will send you copies of letters from tho above parties and frqm hundreds of others; people you know from every section of this and other Stages testifying to tho curative powers of tio Electropoiso. Address DuBOIS & WEBB, Louisville, Ky. , New Laws, Jn his annual address before the American Bar Association, Mr., Tucker, President of that body, gave some interesting facts about laws enacted by various States within the last ear. Bather the most noticeable change in n-t- CHOLERA ! Bxpr's Uxpr's Mail Al STATIONS SI Mail A Kxpn's Hxpr. FRESE OUTBREAK IN .BERLIN, Dally Dally 6 SOpin 7 45m 720 723 730 7 8 01 Pall) Dally 8 45pm t40 SOU Iv.un'n p't ..ar Kentucky St. Hock Haven Hkron Uuston 12 40pm Alarm for Its Invasion of America Well Founded. The telegraphid dispatches bf January 21st report, tho outbreak of ohOleraauew ia .Benin, (Mqases and ip deaths beipg reported. !ust h6w, when an ebldemltfpf Asiatic cholera is among the alarming 'possibilities, all etomach and bowel troubles assume an importance boyond tho ordinary, and 'should meet with prompt treatments Cholera morbus, .cholera, ini fantum( diarrhea, dysontary, iflux,, colic, and cramps, wind op thp stomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc., all point conclusively to a bad condition or tho stomach and bowels, and uill audi disdr-der- a should bo corrected at once. Hr. II. L. Wilson, Stumntown, Vk Va., says : "Lightning Hot Dropi' 1b the bestmediclnpl over, used .for pains; for cramps and. colic in children, ,ft can't bo beat. For flux, It is the 'king." Mr. R. L. Blenklnship, of Tooley, W. ya., has this to say: "Last April I , known for 10 years rrp.r4 r SURE and CERTAIN CURE as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. ST. niciiinnso kedicixi to., 8 40 B44 753 tons. soy 818 820 833 8 41 8 45 869 900 915 9 21 9 32 9 40 9 48 West I'olnt Howard Long Ilranch Hrandenburir 830 liZD 1145am 762 7 43 1140 1117 730 1108 729 1058 . m 1044 10 7 fl MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! 950 10 MffiNh y z&h . i I'oslllTclr removes BONE SPAVIN, Splint, i mfcfcbonc. or Curb. list 04 Irvlngton Webster Iiodiburg Stephensport Addison Holt Hawesvllle l'etrle Falcon v Cayce m 40 1030 1022 1014 Z" 707 668 615 638 630 625 618 2i 8M 8 69 9 01 1010 1018 1'lerce Sample 1010 10 02 1022 1025 1038 1043 1054 1116 1120 1120 1142 958 955 9 42 9 37 6 li- IV asta;.. i Without raid. 48 HOURS, $500 Reward Bllchtest Injury. TliU Is the Greatest Wonder of tho 13ll Century, astonish. log, as it docs, the entire Veturlnarr world Circular !, Sworn Proofs M&IW ffl h 915 920 932 9 41 9 48 11(0 Cloverport Shops, Sklllman .For Fallttro or oct an easy matter. Island nqw grantB up absolute divorce when tho parties havo lived .apart by mutual consent for at least ten jfears. Colorado grants a diorco when, ciiner 01 1110 parties nas Keen an Habitual drunkard for ono year. Upon tho subject of drunkenness, Michigan has a unique law. It author-,izo- a the courts to send a person convict-edjo- f drunkenness to a gqld curd institution for treatment at public expense. Tills makes Michigan a magnificent field for gold cure Institutes, and every county will havo ono If tho Stato is to send all yriinkards to thoin and pay for tho treatment. Many of tho States havo passed Taws providing against truancy and for Ithodo Island compulsory education. and Minnnrsota will hereafter furnish free school l)Ooks. Massachusetts has passed an act to enable towns to provide nf admirpublic play groyti&sj This able provision, as every' Town should ,havo an acre or two for tho outdoor sporta of (ho rising generation. Pertaining to tho ballot, thirty-si'States havo adopted tho Australian ballot with mo(li(leationB, Several States hayo passed laws requiring voters to possess moral and educational qualifications. In California wages mustfitbt bo enclosed in an envelope on A'hfcn ahy1 political matter 1b printed, and in Wyoming it is a crime tgfdiBchiKe air'e'm) ploye bccauBth'o boa 'ben nominated for an office. In general, the legllutlon of tho country has been commendable all tending to mako better citizens. Bliodo H fMW W States to make divorco wIhj 8H4J 961 958 1005 10 21 nil llasketti XQAliiiAfl cvllDr Dr. Guy Checird, 11 6?pm 1254 ar.llcndcrs'n Iv 7 05am 110pm 3,8 ' Ho Ne Canal St., PI IllJ'' ' York. One Lady Says Loufsvife(Hadfnsburg&Western ''I mill .Li .'I' sovero attack.ot diarrheal I havo been troubled for years with a had twenty-on- e Up. 2 TIME TABLE .actions of my bpwjols In, TAKING EFFECT JULY' 20, hacking cough' Have had many doc- less than twp hours. I took threo'' doses jiiilt edjree. 1033 1043 1065 1100 1103 1110 1118 1128 1135 12M-12 10 1205pm 1221 Powers Pales Owensboro) 967 927 910 908 902 868 862 8 35. 600 555 5 44 en 535 527 5 21 i 618 512 185 422 117 111 361 360 Mattlnely Griffith 224 231 1238 btanley Worthlngton Heads Spottsvllle 1248 822 812 800 754 751 713 735 727 720 16 4 43 . It R. R. 1801. Trains DallT ex Sun. j x Biilp-wnie- Cncinnay Triljupen t in est, quickest remedy tivOr" compounded for each and all of the above complaints. Moreover (t cures all pains, external and internal, and is the best safeguard. knqwu to destroy the evil effects of a change of water or diet. Pleasant tb take. Sweetened, children like' it. ' Lightning Hot' Drops is Bold byall dealers In medicind, A Righteous Boycott. at r'5c, and 50c. a bottjo, on the guarapi Tho young ladies of Hopkinsvillo have tQ: No relief, no pay. Try it once. Be, not deceived, Loolr, for Trade-Mar- k Bet an example it would bo well tor their of natives gathering herbs, Made only sisters in other towns to follow. They by Hrb Medicipe 'Co., Springfield, Qhio, havo formed a union and resolved to Chicago is floundering" in a 'eea of "boycott" eyory young man who makes. a practice of taking them, to church ana crimo. Hoc groat.nhow drew thiOvos places whore there Is no coBt attached and thugs as iwell .as; good people--, 'and and never offers to escort thorn on occas- the former are trying to get aMivirlg in ions when monoy will havo to bo put up. their accustomed way. There are, always a lot of such felloes In Who bewails his miserable condition overy town, but owing to the lack of more than the slave (6 his habit ? Yet lit independence iri the girls, they submit la deserving of n6 sympathy, as he' can .without a murmur and accopt their es- buy of any Href clftaa druggist'liltl's Chlocort as quickly as they wll that of,th.e ride of Gold Tablets, which are' guaranOther fellows who show jnore llborality. teed to curo'tho Tobaccd, (Jhlum1 or LiqJournal. ' "' uor habit i thclr'worstrdrni's. Colonol Ingersoll says: "Lovo was tlio first to dream of immortality, and as long as wo lovo we ahall hope." Bo there is hope for the Colonol ;yot. tors and tried fifty cough cures. I grew worse all the time. I tried Parks'Cough Syrup and found immediate relief. It begins at tho bottom of the discaso and I know it ia tho best cough remedy on tho market. Refer any sufferer to Mrs. W. X Fahey, Le Boy, N. Y, A. It. Fishor. druggist. of Lightning Hot 'Drops and it roJieVed me instantly." Lightning Hpt Drops lathe safest, surj WE TELL YOU notlilnx; new .when we state that it pays to tnKnge. rinaiieht, most healthy and pleAiaut buil. in k 'neisMihat returns a prcrtluforvery ilav'a work. Huh Is the builnin we oirer the working class. We teuchuhent hoirio'muVe rabiieyriipltllyi ami guarantee every pnr who follows pur lustructluus Faltlifullthe niatlngtf 30Ut)O n month. ' tyeryne, who lkf ilwttl now uj works will surely and ijicKllly lncrrie their eurnlngs; tlnrn can b no question about III others now III work are doing It.nnd you, riadcr, can do the same. Tli Is the best pa) lug business that you hare erer had the clmucq to secure, Vou will make a grave Inntake If yon Tall td glre Ira trial ht once 'f..tuJV,,lf? the, altiiatJop, ntu) act.qulckly.yotf will directly tlnd yourself In a Inoit proiptrpus buslness,'dt whldi'ydx can surely niuki and save large sums of money, lite results of only a few hbJrs work -- will Wteri eo.ualr n'Veik'f wages. )yiethr you otpld or ypung, ins(i or woruau, It makes no difference, - do as we te)l you, and sue. cess will meet you at tlio very Hurt. Neither experience or. capital necessary. .Thoie who work for ui are re warded.1 Why not write to day for full purtl?uluri, fre 7 X' O. AM.KN & CO llos Mo. AstOAuguata, Me WestDound Tralnl East Bound Dally Dally Daily ex Sun ex Sun, STATipffS ex Sun, No. 5 No.1 N6. 2 1130am Lv Irvlnjttori Ar 930am 1210pm imnivia 835 Harned 815 1212 Hardinaburjr 760 118 Kirk 130 Jolly 148 Olcndc'anp 165 Demnster 216pm arFallsltougb.lv 260 iiacNvaic 302 Ituth 314 Asklns 329 Oaks 100pm ArFordsvillel.v 715 705 No. 6144m 654 6 5 21 500 145am $" 634 J. in . THE LMBIUEt ST, LOUIS AIR LIKE, ' (L. B.A8T.1L.R. R.) ISHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST St. Louis, LINE TO West and W are proparod it supply Lumber prmptly in large or small Its, fr all purpses. x AND ALL POINTS South-Ves- t. Evansville LUiyiBER ' Tims-Ca- rd Ly, Louisville 8105 ' sulzhr's: HERON & OO. , PL0VBEP0RTJ,KY St7LoaliTllI,B7 Arr St. Louis pm ...fl(4& a m ETanivtlle I20 " IpiOOp.a Vpt farther Inrormatlon, esll on or address. R. A. CAMPBELL, fln'l Pan. Ag't, St. Louli, Mo. J. B CAMPBELL, D.P. A. LoaliTllle.Ky City Tlehet OOee, 8y W. Cor Jhlrd k Mala 70 in Effect July 31.. 1S32. a.m,..8iJ5 p.m...4iI9 n.ta1 OV