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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893120601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. VOL. . XVIII. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1893. NO. 20. If -- 0 i, 1? A V ? a. PgVb ' natural and healthy play to production to the freo list by tho McKinley bill and emancipates him from trusts and because ncearly all the taxes paid on it L like combinations of capital. went to the public treasury. A strong Hero Ic Is In All Its Sweet "As to dt tails of the bill, I will brief- desire among members of the commitly recapitulate the salient changes of the tee was to put an ad vnlorom, duty of 20 noss. several schedules. or 25 per cent, on it, and to abolish the leads to Consumption. Stop "In the chemistry schedule we have bounty at once. After much consideratho Coujjh, lioal tho Lungs Democratic) Document Throughout transferred to , A the free list elude a num tion it was decided to reduce to one-haand strengthen tho System Which Will Meet The Approval ber of articles used in manufacturing tho tho duty't-- refined sugars, to repeal tho ' ' most important of which' is sulphuric bounty one-eigwith of Tho People. , each year, leaving raw acid, one of the commodities of all chem- sugar untaxed at present. "In tho tobacco schedule, those rates AdfVnloram Duties And Freo Raw ical industry. The duty on castor oli is reduced from 85 to 35 cents per gallon. were sought which would bring most $ Materials The Main Features. And the duty on linseed oil, which was revenue. Tho present taxes of $2.76 rovisod'to 35 cents by tho conference per pound on wrapper leaf have blotted AND STUDY. y READ cojrtmitteo of tho McKintey bill alter many small establishments and actually each house had openly voted fdf a lower Impaired revenue. Wo mako tho rates y duty, wc put at 15 cents a gallon. Pig $1 and SI. 75 per pound on wrapper leaf The following Is Mr. Wilson's tho Croam of Cod-liv- er Oil of tlio new tariff bill : had being reduced from 2 to 1 cent a and 35 cents and 50 cents per pound on and hypophosphites. It is "The Democratic members of theconu pouud. Lead paints are conspicuously filler tobacco unstemmed and stemmed palatablo and easy on tho miUoc ou ways and means liavo felt ad reduced. In each. Manufactured tobacco is put at , . Physicians, tho "none others could feel the momentuous "Tho McKinloy bill increased tho duty 40 cents, Cigars are reduced from $4.50 world ovor, ondorso It. kretponsibility resting upon them, and on opium prepared for smoking to $12 n per pound and 20 per cent, ad valorem Itho magnitude difficulty and delicacy of pound in the vain hope of lessening its to $3 per pound and 25 per cent. It is Don't be deceived by Substitutes! U the duty assigned them of framing the importation. Tho custom house' officers believed to be tho moot productlvo revM Pnrtra J tj Scott A Bonn, N. V. A DnujLU. B tariff bill for a nation of 70,000,000 peo- on the pacific' coast declare that this in- enue rate and is higher than tho law of U ple. crease of duty has simply placed it in the 1803. G 4,,Tho bill they w re called on to ro- -' hands of smugglers, tho bringing of "Livo animals are piit at 20 per cent. reason to feel, over this bill. It had G is reduced from 30 cents per hoped for n bill embodying less of the form is a vast and labyrinthian system of opium to the demoralization of tho cus- Barley Protective and moro of tho Revenue D .clasa'taxatioo, the culmination of 30 toms sen ice and the loss of over half a bushel to 20 per cent, which is about 12 theories of Tariff legislation. Tho man-dat- o years control of the taxing power by a million revenue. The duty proposed is cents. of tho last National Democratic Confo'w'great interests, gatlwririg into their believed to bo collectible, and will put "Breadstuff, of which we are immense vention was sufficiently explicit. Its train a host of petty toll gathering. It the traffic under government , control exporters, are made free, except when by an offer in advert was carefully framed to prevent, as long and Bupersession. imported from countries putting duties ratification by the people was sufficienttisement to send someas possible, what its author called "any "In tho pottery scludule reductions on our like products, in which case it is ly emphatic. Tho claim set up by those thing on a MAIL ORtimorous and treacherous Democrats, monkeying with the tariff," by which he are made. Plain white wares decreased 20 per cent. DER? If so, we want meant any successful effort of the people frotn tho high schedule in which it mys''First, vegetables, fruits, eggs and like who havo not yet recovered from the you to try LFA'YS, to undo or to lessen the bounties which teriously cronded itself. Decorated ware fruit products are untaxed for the benefit taint of Itandallism, that tho Ncal plank Third and Market, in the platform was a scheme to embar Its beneficiaries were p rmlltcd to write is reduced from CO to 13 percent. Un- of our own consumers, largely tho workLouisville, once. Our 'therein in their own words of their own derrated from 55 to 45 per cent. In ing people of tho cities. Salt in bulk is rass the nomination, perhaps to defeat proposition is to sell i figure. common window gluts, where close com- free; in packages tho salt is free, but the tho election, of Grover Cleveland, is a , you tho "best values on .,"Jttraii;-f.'rrt'to tho free list proper binations have kept up tho prico to con- covering dutiable at rates prescribed for falsehood as mean asit is cowardly. Initialearth for tho prico" in ly so Is tho plea that tho plank was .and fruitful revenue articles where nio-- t sumers under thu scales of duties aver like articles. S CLOTHING, "The tariff on spirits is put at double adopted through misapprehension, or M tho taxes paid by tho people were re- - aging 100 per cent a reduction of more SHOES precipitately under'a midnight whip and f 'ceived bv their movement anil irpntlv ttian has hi en made in all the the internal revenue rates on like spirits and HATS, and to do it increased rates of these artich s where all larger sizes. There is no doubt that and some slight reduction is mado on spur. It represented precisely the aspiby MAIL and EXrations of tho party, which been thor3or most of the taxes paid by tho people these rates will permit a very healthy stlll'wines, malt liquors, ginger ale and PRESS. You send tlio went into private coffers- - And it was growth" of tho industry here. In plate liko beverages in tho Interest of increas- oughly advised, tho will and temper of money; wo send the 'bolstered up by many defenses, chief glass reductions are made, the largest ed revenue. Tno duty on sparkling the convention, which knew perfectly goods. If the goods size from 50 cents to 30 cents per square wines is likewise slightly reduced for the what it was about. ; among which are a. swept and garnished are not perfectly satisTho voters of tho United States, alike treasury, Bnd a swollen and colossal scale foot, on silvt red from GO to 35 cents. same reason and that on champagne befactory in evory respect "of permanent expenditures, such are the "In tho iron and steel schedule we ing put at $7 per dozen quarts as against Republican and Democratic, want hon you send them back conditions that confronted us at tho begin with freo ore. Tho discovery of $3 in tho McKinley bill and $0 in tho est politics. They want plain, square, nnd wo refund the issues, logically pursued to logical contho" immense deposits of Bessemer ores law of 1803. threshold of our work. money. On orders of sequences. Tho reason tho second-rat- o "The coinmitte have welcomed infor- in tho lake regions and of foundry ores "In cotton manufactures substantial $5 01 moro, we pay mation and rouuscl from evtry trust- in Alabama has rapidly swept us to the reductions are made, especially on cheap party leaders of tho timo can not rely for 200 miles from worthy source, and while they do not leadership of tho world in the production cloths and prints, and the existing sys- upon their followiug, nor keep their Louisvilio. Wo also voters together during any long or fixed exact their bill to ewapo just criticism of iron and steel and brought near at tem of taxing by count of thread in tho send goods C. O. D. in all of iti details, they do present to hand an undisputed supremacy in the square inch is retained, Hemp and flax period, is that thay havo no convictions subject to examination Ml)2.S2un'ry as t'l result of months of great field of manufactures. Tho uso of are made free; dressed line of hemp and that they dare stand by and fight for, if express charges both v patient, anxious toil and of an honest steam shovels reduces tho cost of mining flax 1 and 1 cents respectively. Bur- but are forever looking over thelrshould-er- a ways are sent with orto see whether some shadow, or othdesire to dicchargo their duty, purged of to a point where tho wages paid "natu- laps and cotton and grain and bagging der, and if goods are all taint of local and personal favoritism ral labor" are irrelevant. Pig iron we are put at 15 percent, but when import- er, is not following them. In n word, taken tlio express will or prejudice. reduce from 0.72 per ton, which is from ed for covering of articles to be exported they do not act honestly either by them- be deducted. selves or by their constitutents, and as a 50 to 00 per cent, to a uniform duty of dutyfree. "Its main features are two. "Wool is made free. This takes the rule, too lazy to equip themselves for 22 2 per cent. A rate somowhat high"First Tho adoption wherever it Send your name and seems practicable of ad valorem instead er in proportion than" the rest of the btilt from uuder woolen manufactures serious debate, they do not know enough address for LEWS' to distinguish between intrepidity, of speciffe duties. schedule because of cheap irtdght rates and begets the hope that they may LETTER, our Illustrat"Secondly, tho freeing from taxes of on foreign pig, it being a favorite freight r from tin- - languishing condition wlilch is 8afetynud prudence, which is ed comic monthly. those great materials of industry that lie on westward vojages. in which tliey have been for a quarter o( ruin. Tlio Courier-Journfully understands at the basis of protection. "Steel rails we reduce from 13 44 per a century, aud that w may get woolen the difficulties and obstacles which Chair"Specific rates of duty are objection ton, now 75 per cent, to 25 per cent. As goods at( reasonable rates instead of at able tor these reasons. They frcqueut- - the pool which has kept up prices so duties that on thu common grades fr q man Wilson has had to encounter and "ly'conceal a rate of taxation too onor- - many years in this country seems now uently reach 100 per cent, and iu cases which jet lirt across his path. It would Vinous to bo submitted to if exposed in 'ad disorganized, the other producers will two or three times that merciless figure. in no wisa increase them. Since states"valorem terms, as tho duty of 8 cents a soon need protection, more against Mr. "Cloths and dry goods are put at 40 manship seems to be the art of compropounds on salt in bulk, which Carnegio at Pittsburg and Mr. Stirling at per cent. Clothing at 45 per cent; rates mising conflicting interests, and seeing tf100 amounts to over 80 per cent, on a cotn- - Chicago than against foreign producers. higher than tho committee desired, but that this bill faces In tho right direction, ,mon necessary of life. They always bear The residue of the schedule varies from deemed temporarily necessary becaust) and indeed moves in tho right direction, heavily on the common article used by 25 to 30 per cent. Beams and girders are our manufacturers have so long beon wo mean to support it. It is a better i the masses and lightly on tho expensive s 35 per cent, because of the waste of cut- excluded from of tho wool of bill than either of tho two Morrison Bills article consumed by the rich', as a tax of ting beams and the va iety of lengths tho world that thoy will have the art of or tho Mills Rills, which on similar '$30 on all houses would bo littlo or noth- - and also of tho frequent necessity of manufacturing with free wool. A slid- grounds wp advocated, although they ing on the great mansion, and very high changing tho rolls in making beams and ing scalef is, therefore, added by which fell far short of tho mark aimed at by Rovenuo Reformers. ton tho humble home. And contrary Jo girdors, because of tho irregular quan- tho rates in tho woolen schedule are to "common beliefspecific duties "lead to tities and lengths and sizes of orders. como down five points with tho lapse of Wo merely wish to disown responsibility to those features which seem to us an greater frauds in administration, for "Tinplates are reduced to 49 per cent, five years. counting and weighing at tile custom a little more than of the f "Carpets, an industry in which we will imposition upon the country, nnd to disapproval of such omissions as house are done by the cheapest and most rate. This is a revenue duty, soon bd independent of competition, are ought to havo been embodied in tho easily corrupted labor, while ad valorem and at tho samo time ondugh to permit put at 35 per cent, tor Axminstors, hill, resorving tho right in tlio forthrates are assessed y the best paid and any existing mills to livo and flourish) aud Wilton 30 per ctuit. for Drus-selcoming debate to challengo whichever Wo finish our dinnor nnd most responsible appraisers. of pocket cutlery are 35 whilo common grades 50 down to 20 Cheaper grades to finish it woll we need n "Tho ad valorem ByEtem has worked per cent, higher grades 45. Table cut- per cent. Tho bill provides that tho of its details that may illustrate tho case haudsomo table servico and well in practice, is essentially the fair lery is put at 35 per cent. There ard duty shall bo rdraoved'from wool on of Freo Trade against Protcctson. Tho Courier-Journoveryono that has kept up does not expect system because it is a tax upon tho actual very substantial reductions from present March 1 and reduced on woolen goods allatouco. It can wait. It will wait. with the times knows of tho aluo of an article, and was declared by rates, which bring specific reach in some July 1. low prico of silver. Wo Mr. Clay himself to bo in thebry and grades of pocket cutlery as high as 00 "In the silk schedule the reductions of Tho oxperienco already had in tho Ways havo taken advantage of according to every sound principle of per cent, hut with releases of taxes oil rates are smaller than in cotton, or wool- and Means Committee tolling over again tho dreary story of shameless this and can offer you solid justice entitled to the preference and raw material, especially on peurl and en fabrics. "Solo leathor is reduced from 10 to 5 greed, using every artifice ami influenco vindicated by long trial. ivory for handles, seems ample. Silver "The boldest innovation of tho bill is "Both copper ore and pig copper ard per cent. leather gloves are classified ac- to retain its bounties, shows conclusively its large freo list of raw materials. made freo, wo boing largo exporters of cording to material and length, and are that, as long as subsidy is consulted at Taxes upon productions are doublo tho latter and tho duty serving only to uniformly rated at specific duties,' which all in tho making of a Tariff Bill, tho At prices that will surpriso wrongs. They gather and cumulate on enable tho producer to sell higher to our average not over 23 per cent on tho com- interests of tho many are bound to sufyou. Wo cordially invito the consumers of finished product. They people than to foreigners. Nickle'is fred mon varieties and near 40 per cent, on fer. an inspection. Remember Tho Courier-Journhas nover been a hurt labor by harrowing the market for Lead ore has a small duty of 15 per cent the fine lamb and kid gloves. our goods were bought to - what it produces. Coal and iron are the Pig lead 1 cent a pound, silver lead ores, "In tho schedule of sundries many visionary. It may dream, but it dreams suit tho times as to prices. foundations of modern industry. Mater- are restored to the freo list. Unnianui articles, liko hatters' plush are put on with its eyes open, seeing tho light of Remember tho place is at ial progress is" measured by tho amount factured lumber is free. Manufactured tho free list. Tho duty on cut diamonds day. Believing in something, it can not F. N. of their consumption. No other country is put at 25 per cent, with tho proviso pearls and othor precious stones is in- dismiss from its mind any theoretical or can supply then! as abundantly or cheap- that in any export duties or charges on. creased, Works of art are, I am delight- doctrinal consideration that may apply to current affairs. Yet. at the samo ly as we can. No possible competition foreign lumber, it shall be admitted only ed to 6ay, put back on tho freo list. "Tho above is a rapid summary of the timo, recognizing tho laws of practical can interfere with our producers a few at the, rates now existing. "Sugar has been a difficult Bubject to chief changes mado by the proposed bill movement and tho spirit of an intensely miles in the interior of the country. Remoteness from the sources of supply is deal with. Raw sugar was transferred and will give a satisfactory idea, I bolieve material age, it knows how to accept tho of its general structure. It is estimated situation as it may bo, and it does acco.pt in itself enough disadvantage to any The first or American Newspapers, that it will reduce revenues on tho basis tho present situation as it is. section of tho country without further Wo shall not predict great things. CHARLES A. DANNA, Editor. of tho importations of 1892 about $50,000 burdens in tariff taxes. 000. Something more on tho basis of We shall go on no bonds to guaranteo '"Untaxed ores, coal, lumber, wool and 1892 with an immensely larger decreaso certain and overwhelming Democratic olher'things must immensloy stimulate victories. But; along with some The American Constitution, the Ameriof tax burdens to tho American people. production. certain parts of our counomissions and somo objectlonablo can Idea, the American Spirit. These "The 'adminijtratlvo law is repealed features, it is not only not a wholly bad try. Tho thin edge of American manur. t - v" ". i s with a few amendments, suggested by bill, but iu some respects it is a vcrv first, last, and all tho time, forever I v factures has entered every country, L experience of its operation. That law good bill, and, wo rapeat, wo Bhall.mota- "With releases from taxes on their materfinal pnoricauy speaking, oto was chiefly prepared by Mr. Howltt passage, reserving tlio right, lor its will ials there is no limit to the growth of S L.' I which j -cy a, when ho was in congress and the changes bo also a duty, to propose to amond, or L ss our foreign trade. This will moro than i . proposed in our bill are to mako it more to strike out, whorever thu occasion incompensate the homo producers of raw reQuircs. durluir its transition Is tho greatest Sunday Newspaper in effective, while at tho samo time, soften- vites, or of no tdriff, control material, who, tariff through Congr.ai. tho World. rft Hie features added ing some y the all the interior of the country frpin any (Continued on sixth page.) McKinley bill that would treat tho buslost) pf markets anywhqre apprehended Price 5c. a copy. By mall, $2 a year BoiTisquiTiir. BMTM)C1UTT. it L iness rjf importing as an outlawry, not fe. along the seaboard. Its incalculable adDally, by mall, $6 a year ontitlod to tho protection of the govern-jnenlvantage to labor is apparent. In every Dally and Sunday, by mall, - $8 a year great lino of manufactures, wo can pro- i Beaming and Comptaltant. , feeling existing $1 a year The Weekly, duco in six months to nine months Tho at petce-wltComments of the Press. of W. R. llrown.VIola. Iowa, when enough for our home market. We can In tha boiom "Tho doctors pronounced mine a hUJV, New York. bo wrote: Adtlrckn TUB THE IVILS'ON IIU.L,. n4 tjt nf .t mtsnlila Altltf lilt .The New Tarifff Bill. Coughing N ov is the time to come. lf Scott's HAVE YOU Before the'Rush We are nicely, comfortably busy, and can fix you up at your leisure, but .if you wait till the snow flies you'll find everything jammed with eager buyers, Get the winter suit, the heavy overcoat, the thick underwear, all winter fixings now, and when the cyclone strikes you'll be reaHy. We know you will come : here, but come early. BIG SPRING, KY. Emulsion 1 EVER Exerything that Men, bum-ninr- stomach. BEEN s Women, Boys, Girls and H 5l Children Wear. 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ADDRESS, SB1TDD ONE DOLLAR Sjft POE - A YERi f " .3EDPIB COPY. HERALD SQUARE, NEW YORK. Xi , bo fair as among friends and brothers, If the Courier-Journshould affect an enthusiam, it has no It would not THE WEEKLY HERALD al W. i PfyylfiPf ji ! w inm jp minim ""17W"""J1 'I iH THE BREGKENRIDGH NEWS, OLOYERPORT, Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, J)KCKMBEiyrfl8n:. Jno, D. . ,i & V, i U KY. -r 0. BHage, Editors and rrorrlet'i .42 a.m. 10.38 a.m. 0.00 p.m. l'ataanger Dally arr. Ilirdlniburg.. 12:45 p.m. IOINO (1ST. f HARDINSBURG;, uh. AjWtime tabTe. , BRANDENBURG. , OOINO WBT. Mrs. W fi t brain Ditto, Long Branch, r of -- Tafrv Jfr- SIXTSHOT g J i fc-Tr- I.., SI. Ij. A.T. I.ocnl Tliuu C'nrd. i VI all andtKxpreii going h Passenger baity arr. Hanllniburg.. 7il0 a.m . Quarterly Court next Monday. Eit '' " Wait Mr. Louis McClure is on the sick t'lprsli " Kftit ' ' Wait ..8.15 p.m. list, Loca. Xratght 11.35 a.m. " Kail Mrs. Morris Kskridgo has licen sick for .. tf.29 a.m. Wait several days. Mrs. F. Loelj, Louisvlllcjgwas visiting . herolast week? ' V"S ' Prof. Hicks says wo nro to have plenty RBv7T.S)aWni" Tnhgowlecturo of Christmas snow. in Owensboro, Dec. 14. Thoroughbred bronze turkey's for sale. Mrs. Taylor Beard. Giund Master Workman, T. V. of tho Knights of Labor, has reDr. H. W. Burch, Jolly's Station, was signed. in tho city last Friday. MawaaaiaBWaMBBBaBaBBMBaiaBM Iok out for our big stock of ChristTub game of football seemed to be tho mas goods. "W. B. Hardin.- fnd .in ninny lending cities last i great Mr. nnd Mrs. Julu Hardin were hero ,Thnnkigiving. last week visiting Mrs. J. A. Witt. Mr. Percy Benrd was last week President Cleveland haa been invited a member of thc.city council. ' to present at tho next nnnnal dinner be Tho Blytho Bros nro building a big of tho Louisville Commercial Club. new barn on their farm near this place. Mr. Alllcus McCrenry, who has been Judoe Samuel E. Dellaven died nt his homo in Lagrange, Ky., Inst week. He visiting Mrs. V. Daniel, left last Friday was one of tho ablest and best known' for California. Jurists in the state. Mrs. Kayo, who has been visiting Iter daughter, Mrs. Will Hardin has returnTub annual report of Postmaster ed to Vi no Grove. Bis3cll notes a mnrked improveWin. II. BH lias been at Union Star ment' in tho general efficiency of the for tho past week assisting Mr. Casliman postal scrrico tho past year. on the assessors books. A darkey named Brown was brought I'jtop. John 11. Proctor, for many years here from Irvington last week and lodgKentucky State Geologist, has been ap- ed in jail on the charge of rape. pointed n member of the Civil Service I have the Improved iDehorner forde-hornin- g Commission by President Cleveland. cnttlo and am ready for work nt C. C. Alii. from nil parts have been sent $10 per head. Letters James J. Severs hns resigned as magisfor copies of his to Secretary-Carlis- le speech, on tho silver question delivered trate in the Union Star district nnd It. liefore tlie New York Chamber of Com B. Cox is appointed to fill the vacancy. merce. Parties, who have crops of fine .Hurley tobacco for sale, will do well to see Mr. Mn. A. C. Tompkins; tho RepresentaWinebrinner, the tobacco buyer of our tive from Owensboro, favors an amend- town. ment to the Constitution, which will alAmos Board has gone out of tho hotel low tho convicts to bo worked on the business. lie is looking out for n posipublic roads of the htate. tion in LouIbvNIc. Alex West takes his ' I T, SIXcIGEgj " I'ow-derly- ", , Gen-Gener- has been quilu ill. Mr. Wnrfield lias nriived with his family nnd Mock of goods. Miss Mary Pusey, of spent Thanksgiving at home. 1). W. was in Brockenridgo hint week to see niter his fruit farm. Miss Maude Herndon returned from Louisville Inst Wednesday night. Misses Agnes Mnlin nnd Agnes Wor-Inn- d have returned to Louisville. Advent is with us which tells "Christ Is near." Christmas Christ is here. Mrs. J. K. Ditto is visiting her sister Mrs. Harvey English, nenrStephensport. Dick Ditto is grappling with Malarial fever nnd will surely dowu it soon, nnd wo hope permanently. Mr. Al Smith, of John P. Morton &. Co., was hero last week, wielding the bow ns divinely ns ever. Mrs. Young nnd son, Perjy, enmo down from tho city to' enj'y Thanksgiving with Airs. Blanrho Fontaine. Father Herbuth will preach next Sunday at St George. Bro. Ilagan Saturday and Sunday nt the Baptist church. The Aid nt Mr. Bondurnnt's' not only had the "whirl nnd the catch" but good old;fashioned weavely wheat was thrown TILout Bad Mannkiis. One day last week n Indy from the country rode up Jit front of one of Cloveriwit's large mercantile From appearances it establishments. was evident that she had como to town to do somo trading, and the store in front of which she had stopped was evidently tho one of her choice. Across her saddle was swung about a dozen chickens and n tack containing somo kind of produce. Within n few feet of where the lady stopped, ono of tho clerks in this particular store stood on the sidewalk talking to a friend. A wagon blocked the customers way to the stile, but the clerk nnd his friend seemed not to notice it. Tho lady was compelled to leap from her saddle to thdground, which she did, lighting almost in tho arms of the clerk and his friend, but they seemed not to sec her. She removed the sack and chickens from tho animal with much difficulty and laid them on the sidewalk, almost at tho feet of tho clerk nnd his companion, but these gallant gentlemen seemed not to observe her labors. Shu went and hitched her own horse and, returning, gathered up her nrticlcs of trade and, brushing by the two conversing statues, walked into filestore, bending under tho weight of her load. The accommodating (?) clerk followed her with nn offended nir, ns if it wero n piece of unpardonable impu-denc- o that customers should thus como around, disturbing and annoying him with their patronage. Several persons who witnessed these proceedings und nctions, from a distance wero free to remnrk thnt thnt clerk deserved ''firing" on the instnnt, nnd thnt his friend should receive n lecture on tho subject of good manners. two-bush- Is About tho lYumbor that Harry Hambleton Firos Into Smith ( , English. The Wound ThtMigh i It riI 1 i -- ALLER JJ OG . ii- r h . i Ii Severe and Painful It Will Not Prove Fatal. PROMfSES rs AN ACCIDENT WHILE HUNTING. Last Friday morning while out hunting near Tar Springs, Harry Hambleton' nccldeiitly discharged his gun nnd the chnrgu lodged in tho lower limbs of Smith English ut close range. The nro nbout us, follows: Tho two Nlmrods left the city enrly In the morning intending to hunt in the Tar Springs neighborhood whero gamo was reported to be plentiful. About 10 o'clock they were crossing Tar Fork on a lo. English had passed over aud was standing on tho bank about . Hambleton wns still twenty on the log nnd ns ho sprang off the log the hammers of his gun caught iu somo brush and the piece was discharged. Almost the entire charge struck his companion in the legs just above the knees. Hambleton is n boy only about fifteen years old, and ho was much frightened at tho accident. English told him to go for help and he immediately set out. Ho first went to tho 1 or Springs, which was only about a quaityr of a mile distant. Here ho found nobody, not even a keeper. He then went to a farm house somo distance away and got a man to assist him. English was removed with some difficulty to tho Tar Springs,' where one of tho cottage doors was broken in. A fire was kindled nnd the wounded man was etntjlied before it on tho floor and made ns comfortnb o as possible. Hambleton then came to town and notified Dr. Simons, who arrived at the Springs nbout 4 o'clock in the afternoon. English was brought homo in a carriage and wiicn his wounds were dressed it wns found that about 10 shot had entered one leg and nbout twenty were in the other. Smith English is n son of dipt. A. S. English nnd is n young mnn nbout 211 yenrs of age. He was doiug as well as could be expected yisteidajj nnd will get well if nothing to his disadvantage comes up in the future Harry Hambleton, tho boy who shot him is a son of Jnmes Hambleton. fett-away- in.ju place. Tiikiie is nothing stnrlliug in the All parties indebted to us will please President's message. It is a plain, practieomo forward nml settle as wo wish to cal, conservative document, just such as wind up all our partnership business. Mr. Cleveland always sends out. Get it Witt & Meailor. and read it and digest it at yourleisurc. Mr. Gus. Shcllman, who had his foot hurt some time ago, is improving rapidNo ngrcemsnt can be renched between ly. Mr. Shellmnn says ho will bo n canthe Board of Directors of the World's didate for jailer. Fair and the Southern Park CommissionThere will bo n meeting ot tho stockers as to what shall bo dono witli the of tho Hnrdinsburg Normal Col"World's Fair buildings in Jackson Park, holders lege at the college building next SaturChicago. day evening nt .'( o'olock. Ir the Democratic Congress, which is Licensed to mnrry : J. W. Tnell to now in session, will take a little Beatrix Meyer, John A. Hintou to Miss sound advice from Grover Cleveland and Dora Crutchcloe, James Itoberts to Miss John G. Carlisle, they will experience Itosc May Brown, John T. Gilpen to no trouble in taking tho kinks out of Miss Esthcl Millburn. Henry Cox, who worked on tho pike this financial muddle. about a year ngo, came over from Grny-so- n county Inst Snttirdny as n witness in Col. E. Polk Johnson, editor of the Frankfort Capital and Public Printer of sonio ense. The sheriff hnd a capias Kentucky, has just received a position as for Mr. Cox and arrested him nnd put Treasury Agent for tho government with him in jail. headquarters nt Chicago. The Colonel Mr. Elijah Board desires us to correct is a capable, good man, and having been tho statement that hns gono nbrond to honored witli tho good tilings of this tho effect that ho is running as an indelaud at homo for many years, this high pendent candidate for County Judge. and lucrative position tendered him by Mr. Board says ho will submit his claims Undo Sam will create no surprise, among to the selection of the Democratic party. his numerous friends in Kentucky. The Cloveiport Oil and Coal Company nnd Tho Louisville Trust nndSafty Vault Tut: Democratic County Committee, Company filed a petition in tho Circuit which meets nt Hnrdinsburg the third Court yesterday askine. that Geo. C. P. Monday in this month, will doubtless Bnker, sheriff of Hancock county, bo encall nn early primary. Thcro will bo joined from selling real and personal numerous candidates in the field und nn property of the said plnintiffcompnny. early primary will be best, not only for T. C. .Lewis & Co, aro not allowing tho party, but for all concei ned. "Whothe hard times to detract from their ever is the choice for any of the ofllces business. They will as usual have n fine will want to know it, anil tho sooner the display in jowelry, silverware, etc., durbetter. So, too, with "those who nro not ing Christmas holidays. Mr. Lewis has chosen. They will wish togoatsomething given mnny years to the business nnd else and not bo burdened witli n long generally makes a handsome selection of canvass. Christmas goods. Win, Hughes nnd Chnrles Levering Tub Perry county Farmers Institute will convene nt Homo noxt Fridny, tho were before County Judgo Adkisson Inst 8th inst., and hold two days. At these Saluiday on warrant for a brcncli of meetings important subjects, of live in- tho pence. Hughes nnd Levering nro terest to agriculturists, nro introduced partners in tho saw mill business near and thoroughly discussed by men of tho Falls of Bough. Their relations, it practical experience, nnd thoy should be seems, have not been very pleasant for attended by every farmer in Perry nnd somu time, and resulted in a knock llreckcnrhlgo counties. Tho program down between thorn one day last week. Mr. Levering was tho attacking parly (published in hist week'sNuws) is especially interesting nnd it will bo curried and received a fino of $2o nnd tho cost, out to tho letter. Vnluablo Information and put under a bond of $500 to keep may be gained there, on tho diflorent tho peoco for ono yenr. Mr. Hughes was kinds of soil, nnd tho kinds of crops best filled $10. adapted to them ; profits in fruits, stock, Death of Waller Haynes. poultry; etc.; farm mnchinery; good ronds ; selection nnd preparation of seeds; o Wul'or Hoyncs, died suddenly in draining; fertilizers; education of furra-er- e Inst Sunday night from tho effects boys; necessity of organization nmong of a surgical operation. farmers, etc. "When n farmer, or any His death was n grcnt surpriso to his one else once nttends these meetings, ho friends nnd relatives hero and at Hawes-villwnnts to go back again, and tho Itomo ns nono of them know thnt ho had pension will no doubt bo largely success- been operated upon or was even dnnger-ousl- y ful. ill. He has been in bad health from Tho Union Tlinnksgiving services last childhood nnd went to Louisville boino Thursday took us out of tho world for $100 Reward, 100. weeks ngo to put himself under tho care awhile and gave us a holiday time. Bro. The reader of this paper will be pleas- of eminent physicians. They deemed it Ilagan could not bo present, Bro. Cherry ed to learn that there is nt least ono necessary last Tuesday to removoa tumor conducted tho exercises. Ho made n dreaded disease that scienco has been from liis left side, from the effects of stirring pntriotlc address picturing tho nblo to cure in all its stages, nnd that is which ho succumbed Sunday night, ns beauties, opportunities nnd advantages Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curo is tho only stated above. this fuir laud of ours possesses nnd urged Waller Haynes was an estimable young everv young person to embraco positive cure known to tho medical educa man of a prominent Hancock county tional advantages and tho Cluistian relifraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires n constitutional family, and was individually wealthy. gion. Messrs. Jnmes Fnirlelgh, James trentmont. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is takou Ho was admired and loved by all who Bryunt, Tom Board, Andrew Fairleigh, internally, acting directly on the blood knew him nnd lie made lasting friends and Dr. I). O. Pusey followed witli nnd mucous surfaces oi the system, wherover ho went. Ho was ns getitlo appropriate remarks. Bro. Cherry then thereby destroying tho foundation of loving ns n child and always hnd tho paid a glowing tribute to women of this tho disease, nnd giving tho patient most sympathetic feeling for his fellow day and ngo nnd spoko of tho many fields strength by building up tho constitution man, His big heart was always full of now open to her for a useful career for and assisting nature in doing its. .work. tho milk, of human kindness, and he has which there is cause to he thankful, Ho Tho proprietors h'avo so much faith in given moro away to tho. poor and needy asked for an expression from tho ladles itc curativo powers, that thpy offer Ona than many men have made. His placo present when Mrs. S, C. Malln arose and Hundred Dollars for nny 'case that it can never bo fllledfn tho hearts of his in her quiet lady like manner responded. fallsto curer Send for list of "testimon family nnd friends. Tho singing whs good, congregation Ills remains passed down on tho Texas attentive. Another Christian year has Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., ials. Toledo, O., aSTSold by Druggists, 75c. train Monday night nnd wero deposited gono and ns each Thanksgiving rolls in their last resting place at Huwesville 'round, wero our joys nnd our sorrqws yesterday. QUEENSWARE, . weighed in thii balnuco there would bo Now is your time to purchaso Queons-war- o j nilyo unom, fie ac ii rs nothing nn equilibrium as euro as you live. And n.i and 'Glassware, we have n fow Or you arc worn rinllr cool for so wo can all return thanks If not in It Is t'oiiuml debility. 'Jrjr romncnts left, and are closing out at sneech 111 thought. "Let nil thnt hath niton'M'M Jims nim:nx. cost.' "Wo will make it to your interest It Will cure you, and itlre a goal appetite. Sold breath prnlso tho Lord." o call. JSabbage's. hi all dealer: In nutllclue. Lou-isville, Missy Nannie nnd Allieno Murray two of Clover's most attractive young Indies lire visitors of Mr. Jnmes Icwis' family. The "beautiful" has made its debut much to tho sorrow of neat housekeeping, but equally ns much to tho joy of the juveniles. Still another girl baby nt the parsonage this time. Bro Cherry now has five of the female persuasion nnd is not sorry thnt this is of tho snmo sex. Mr. Ben Brnshenr, brother of Mrs. W. II. Richardson, of Louisville, nnd It. II. Bra8hear, Owensboro, died nt West Point, Ky., last Wednesday. Will nnd Chnrlio Cospcrke witli their friends, Prof. Oscar Dilly nnd h r, Bell nil of Louisville, spent lust Thurs day with Mr. nnd Mrs. Chns. Casperke. Messrs. Clmrley Shaeklett and Gnbo Bonn), pupil's of Hnrdinsburg Academy spent Sunday here. Tho former with Miss Lidn Haynes, tho latter with Miss Virgil Bhodes. I henrd our popular jailer say his district had tho best tenchcr iu the ojiinty. Certainly Mr. Eugene Hardesty should feel uplifted for many ixcellont peda gogues tread her soil. Misses Ethel nnd Tula Williams, of West Point, Ky., gave n handsome dinner nnd reception last Thiirslny. Miss Ella Hendricks nnd Mr. C Bradley, Long Branch, were among the guests. Miss Jennie Ditto r turned last Wednesday from Ekron, where she has been nursing her little friend, Lydia Guedry, who has had typhoid fever I am glad to know Lydia is better and that Mies Mollie Board is out. What's tho matter with thnt Guston correspondent? Just like nn old young bachelor when ho does tako upon him self matrimonial vows he's all devotion. Get over that honey moon, my, my, anp take up the pen this week for a littlo while anyhow. Wo miss you. Ever so many dinners last Thursday; neighbors, relatives, friends nil gathered in for fenst nnd good cheer. Tho spread at the St. Cloud was fine. The poor nnd needy wero not forgotten. No serious sickness prevnils. Tranquillity nnd peace hovered liko n white winged dovo over hearts nnd homes. Tho nrtlsts on enst mnin linve eclipsed themselves in nil former achievements by giving to tho public somo realistic photos of tho "Bald Headed Group." Seven of our prominent citizens posed in graceful attitudes. Mr. It. II. Novitt is offering somo five nt dollnre n head(col-leetivelof courso) or six nt reduced figures. First come, first served. N. IS. The wives of said group nro not bidding. The Messenger brings on unother prominent official or iolitician and insinuates that "elbow greaso" is not ono of hhi charnet 'ristics. I hopo ho may not need tho exercise of jnusclo nnd sinew in Legislative Hulls." But 'there's no telling, such things hnvo occurred. But ono thing sure wo waut him to exercise ono member of his anatomy freely. An "unruly member" St. Paul says: "Govern it according to the demands, but let it bo henrd in nil tho yen; and nnys nnd answer "Present" nt every roll cnll I, you remember, first nominated this town man believing he'd mnko n record to wliich tho county could point with pride. Wu nil believe it nnd hope he'll succeed himself and when ho comes home thnt wife must let him rest on his oars. a y .. Giiass Widow. Fow persons iu know that it contains a grass widow, whose history is n little interest- ing. During the balmy days of last spring n young man living in the neighborhood of Webster, wns frequently seen in Ibis city, lie was courting one of tho fair daughters of Cloverpoit. This courtship continued into the sultry days of summer when it became apparent that tho young couple wero in dead linrd enrnest nnd the town gossips began to guess us to tho dnto of the wedding "But the course of true love" Ac. Tho jmrents of the young lndy objected. Not thnt they hnd nny objections to the youug mnn lie wns known to be n nice, gentlemanly fellow, nnd of n good family but they did not want to part with their daughter at so early nn age, sho being only about sixteen yenrs old. As is usually the ease under such circumstances, nn elopement wns planned. Thcro wns to bo a picnic at Hnrdinsburg on n certain date nnd this was thegoldci) opportunity for; the couple to consumato their plans. To this placo of amusement, they pretendingly started, but instead of d taking the train for Hnrdinsburg they, n few minutes later, boarded the with Cunnelton, Ind., their objective point. At this favorite Gretnn Green for young pcoplo of this section of Kentucky who nro suffering with nn nccelerntcd pulsation of tho henrt, they, in the sight of God und a fow other witnesses, lepented tho. binding vows of wedlock and took upon themselves the yoke of constancy. They wero passengers on the "Texas" express the same evening, but gave Cloverport the go-bgoing on to the home of the groom. Now comes the most curios part of this otherwise cvery-dastory. Not three weeks hnd elnpscd before tho e bride returned to the homo of her parents to seek their forgiveness nnd to nsk them to ngniu tako her under their vino nnd fig tree for keeps. Of course, she wns received with open nrms, and, her father's house hns since been her home. She mnkes no chnrges against her young husband, but just simply says, in nn independent manner, thnt the experiences of married life were disagreeable nnd unsatisfactory to her nnd thnt sho pilfers single blessedness. Tills young widow is nbovo tho aver-ag- o in good looks, is quite petite, wears Misses' siz's, and, if met by n stranger, would almost bo taken for a child. A tt east-bounwest-bound enst-liouy, y new-mnd- HAWESVILLE. rialndealer. A child of Jo Mclntyro about four years of ngo while playing about a stove last Saturday wns so bndly burned thnt it died on Sundny. Mrs. E. L. Clark, who is visiting Mrs. J. P. McBrido in Louisville, will return to Hnwesville Saturday. She is now in perfect health and "baby" is recovered from its recent severe attack. dipt. Breidenbaeli will place machinery in his distillery to make axe nnd pick handles and spokes. If this is not turning the sword into tho plow share wo don't know what it is. Countv Clerk Polndextcr rcnoits that jthero has been more transfers of real estate for cash during the past year, than in any other year during his official career. This shows that a man will pay casli torn home, and Hint n mm will sell his homo for ensh ensh is cash. Dr. J. F. Lightfoot, of Cloverport, has bought the residence of J. D. Cooper, He will movo to Hnwesville at once nnd engugo in the practice of medicine. The Doctor knows every man in tho county and his skill ns n practitioner has been tested here in mnny stubborn cases. Tho people nnd the Doctor arc delighted with tho move. A subscription book will bo opened nt Tuber, Miller & Co's to feel tho pulso of tho people as to tho necessity of building a city hall. Tiero is no placo in tho city whero n meeting, concert or performance of nny kind enn bo held nnd ns a consequence half of tho younger set are always In some other city attend ing attractions, thnt would come hero if a place could bo secured. Drop in und tnke a few shares, even if it interferes with two or three drinks n dny for six months. ' The protracted meeting which has been in progress nt the Baptist church, continued nil this week in spite of disagreeable weather, and the interest is unabated. Itev. Dr. Solomon announced that ho will hold services every night so long ns tho crowds attend and the evidences that tho services are doing good aro so manifest. Seldom have the young people, nnd especially the young men, attended church so regularly, and the fact that several of them united with the chinch is Inning a good influenco on th5 others. Dr. Solomon is expecting help for the Intter pnrt of this week. Tnke Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablet", a pleasant, harmless remedy, and positively cures the Tobacco or Opium Habit. All lending druggists sell it. VBST fi&afa. -- m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m The State Bank cruze thai went over this country just before the war, developed many curious styles of currency. At ono titno the Mississippi Valley was flooded with bills, which had the figure of a big hound stamped on them and wero known us 'Ynllor Dog" money. Tho Captain of ono of tho river steamboats was trying to work off Bomo of tho stuff in buying wood. As he came to ono wharf after he called out "Tako Yaller Dog for wood"? and tho answer was always substantially tho same. There was more or less profanity and scarcasm from different dealers and all refusod "Yaller Dog", at last however, tho Captain got a reply in the affirmative. Tho boat for the wharf at once and headed an-otho- m m m 1 r, m m m m m m V V was made fast, when tho Captain remembered that there was still one moro question, ho asked "how do you take it?" Tho answer wns "cord for cord." MoraIj The valjo ol a promise bo it of a bank or business house is not in the high sounding phrases that may appear on its surface, but in tho ability of the promisor to fulfill his agreements. "We promise you a large and complete stock to select from when you como and see us, and prices tho lowest and we fulfill our promises. 4 Religious Services. F. N. D'HUY, llev. J. B. Greenwade, of the Chribtlan Yourjcwclcr. church, Lexington, is holding a series of meetings at tlio Presbyterian church this city. Services begin promptly at 7 A Valuable Farm for Sale. o'clock p. in. Tho following subjects On December oth, iSj, will be discussed during the meetings or stead Saturday,the late M.J. Mercer, the homefirm ol containing ns many of them ns possible : 940 ncrei, situated In the i'orks of Hough, in llreckenrMge county, Ky., will be sold at public Who is on the Lord's side 7 sale on the premises to the highest bidder, to bepaltfcash of the I nin not ashamed of the Gospel ot the remainderprice be paid In equal in hand, nnd to Installments, Christ. payable in one and two yean, ihe purchaser being required tn execute bonds lor said deferred Tlio converson of a banker. Eayinentk six with good and sufficient security per Lent. Interest from d.itc until The deceit fulness of sin. paid. Conversion of the chief of sinm rs. location of land, said tract ol land Is situated on the l.cltchficld and Ilardinsburg road, njne Hell, what is it? miles north of LeitchAcId, an" Is regarded as one of the best farina in llreckenndge county. One Gospel temperance hundred and sixty or seventy acres of the land Why I am, what I am. are cleared and under good fence and in a high state of cultivation. A sermon to mon only. Sunday after s Description dwelling-housA past 2 o'clock. noon at half coutalnincr eleven rooms, Is situated on the land, and a beautiful yard wlh handsome All nro especially invited to attend khade trees. There is a never falling well in the yard of the brst water, Haa two good barns and these si rvices. What would make n more accept able present thnn a Wntch. We have them in nil sizss and kinds: Gold, Gold Filled, Silver nnd Nickle Wo can have a tone likeness put on the inside cap, the cut above gives you the idea. Come in nnd seo nbout this nt once. Wo can nnd will plenso you in style nnd price. 'WWWWl'Vl one-.thi- first-clas- two-stor- e, STEPHENSPORT. Items nro senrce this week. Mrs. Kolnud Sm'th is inLoulsvillo thin week. Miss Knthn Dowell is the guest of Mrs. G. W. Payne. Miss Girtio Elder hns been tho guest of hor sistor, Mrs. Owen 'Cunningham for several weeks. B. A. Copass, from Seminary, filled his regnlnrnppointinentat tho Bnptistchurcli; Saturday nnd Sundav. It. A. Shellman is ablo to attend to business again. Wo nro glud to seo you looking well Dick after such a solgo. Joo English, of Itobert's b6ttom, has, nn nttnek of pneumonia together wilh rheumatism, He has been confined to bed for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith gavo quite a sumptuous Tlinnksgiving dinner inviting a few friends Mr. nnd Mrs. Lnnnie, Smith nnd son Geo., from Owenslmro, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wjll Lennln, of Hardins-burMisses Ella Smith; Georgia Haw-- , kins nnd Mrs. Jns. Payne, all wero entertained nicely, g, Hood's Oures Mr. T.lmoro Y. Shell Ot Akron, Ind. Cancer on the Face Entiroly Removed by Three A Delightful Entertainment. Tlio people of this city were trented to particular address N. MKItCUIt. McDanleli. kV a delightful musical concert last Friday C. KAMSKY, Leltchfielil, Ky or DOW MEItCEll, Dulf.ky. night uhder tho auspices of 'Mrs. W. II, Bdwmer arid Mrs. G W. 8hort, tho chief fenturo of which was the whistling of L. Miss Hattlo Truo llegan, of San Diogo, In this, the pretty young California Miss shows a wonderful gift and cultivation, all of which the large nudionco fill-l- y appretluted n? ovldenced by its demonstrations anil numerous encores. , Sho was ably assisted by tlio young Indies and gentleman of the town in a series ot songs, dints, quarto tts and instrumental pieces, which mndo tho concert ono of OLOVERPORT, KY. the best nnd most successful entertainments otf the kind 'Cloverport people Olfleo with Dr. J. T. Owen, i:ui Cud or Urldg-o- . have had tho pleasure of attending in a klndi of Dental work dote and long while. The Ladies Aid Society guaranteed, irlsh to express their thanks to tho young people for their valuable services on this all necessary out houses. An abundance of stock water all the form. Persons wanting a lirst-clafarm and n beautiful home will do well to be on hand on day of sale. I 'or furthcj i Br. J. Moorman. Resident Dentist latli-tactl- aMl ocpasioh. TO FARMERS. f guarantee, satisfaction in every instance, I havojlry hogsheads and competent nmj experienced men to hajido ty. My.chargo for prizing nnd delivering to depot is $1 CO per hhd. Givo mo' a trial. G. F. Caiitkii, Gross & Miller WarShouso, Cloverport, Ky. prloo tobacco for farmers. Bring your tobapep to mo and I will, priuo and ship it am) I am now roady and prepared to avail until I was Induced td try Hood's Barsaja-rillo- . Wlillo taklnir the lint hottlo I could see a marked cliaiiuo nnd tlio third bottle almost oi PliUrely rumem-tho cancer, 1 cau't say too inueli for Hood's Hamparllla,' Tor years I had tQpuojretuI about my diet' lint now l can col part Unit nnd dlpcst u nil rlKliVsleen well u Uli ftMIQIII Iill 1CC1 VtPJiEiT, ArPn. IncT, Wl-WI- J 1 11 Kllsha Smith, Jr., has just returned " I w Isli to inako tlili statement (or tliabeneflt front Dakota where ho has been for tlio ot people Uiat may to juuTerlug with that dreaded ilheaso, cancer. Tor flvo yean I have hid past season eugaged'in threshing wheat, onocomlngonmyiaco. I tried having It burned lie rays tho yield runs from 25 to 00 out and several other remedies, but all ot no bushels perucre. BrecTce'hrldgo Co(Ky.) News. Botiioa of Hood's Champion Liar. We Are Making things lively in Underwear. You'll find out the reason when you come, and if you've any curlsoty on that line, it will pay you to come nnd can voncl for tlio of iU state-"'"J? n.. I '.?' oU1 oW'er nnd n rcipeotfld cltl ten." J. IS. HAitwoun. rwgBlit, Axron, Ind. !!, Hood's ThonlWY9 testimonial Is I 9HJlr,l?hcH wfaatlr muallet .- Kentucky holds tho belt. Lakota Observer. Our Guston correspondent, if ho is not too busy talking to Ids new wife, will please attend to this Lakota chap. at once, Our atook can't be matched in Cloverport. Jno. D. Babbagc, E. C. Bnbbngc, Manager. Y Sarsaparflla tnilhfulnesi 7XK&1TS. 1 will deliter trained Ferrets, either male or female, at the Hxnrcss office In Cloverport (or j 00 eucli, cuh. Now Is the time tn prepare for your winter's spoil. Address W, S. ASIIIIV, Cloverport, Ky. HOOD'8 PlLLa aro purely vegetable, mvl ilo not purt'o, pain or urlpe. Bold by all druggists. The vroatottremedy Cemht, Colds. Croup,oxtant Ibr Hoars-R6BroHchltii, La "Certain CoHgk Cure." ""' -- TM ilMwVi'i .j . Mi jbuc HI - j. i im. Mb. I i. . M-- m Hi fe ma 41 1 l.bj I I j I h. k i Ml J art mm - tt ' k i. ' "JltU i ii iiini'ii nKiji imii)ii 4 , u. THHV!BREGKENRIDCK OVER NKS,' GLOVRRPORT, 1 KY. 2S?$ Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, DKQEMBER 13, 1803. DOTING OVER A GOWN HENRIETTE FtOUSSCAU RAVES A NEW DEPARTURE. WfcST VIEW. Mr. Sidney Hnll was in town Satur' day. 1, . Satur-daMissLizzlo f: y. , lomethlnc In Mulio Ynuiirj Lnillcii' HItuIs Despair Moro Velwt Tor Costumes. Cllmin lit lleixl-Ceu- r I.utcit In Wooleiii-Tli- u l'nslilaus InJPur. ' j 7 I" V, Mr. Sain Henlngcr went to McDaniols Sunday, ji Wo .nro nntlcipalijrjgjgobd tlmeshero Christmas. Mr. HeberJRoberta returned from Lodi-bur- g Sunday. Miss Delia Hunter lina been visiting ' friends at this place. ' Mr. Harry Hchninjje and vifof aroi visiting at this place. Mr. I. L. Milncr was the guest of Mies Kena Roberts Sunday. Mis Leonn Mcador and daughter hiq visiting her father at this place. Thanksgiving meeting at Mt. Zion, Thursday last. Quito a largo crowd. Mr. Samuel W. Tucker passi d through town Friday accompanied by Mr. Gallo"J way. Mr. J. 0. Muttbows and wife aro visittuh? ing their son. W? K 4 ICopyrlglit, - $ f?t of motion nnd sprightly in 'manner n looso tea gown is an ngony and a misery, for a looso gown requires slow and byAmoilcrm Press Assoc .Inn 1 , . l.u..., trlirt nrn nnttuA nnil nlllpV wAinnn ISM, la- - measured niovomcnts, otherwiso it will swatlio about tho form in tho most awkward fashion. Recoguizing tho needs bf,BUch ladles thcro has been devised n new departure, and now tho lady who needs such a model can havo hor tea gown as alio likes and not bo worso than out of tho world out of fashion, i Ono was just finished yestcrilayifor d prominent young married lady. It was mado princesse, with a short train in the back, which was cut so that tho back breadths foil very full in natural folds. It was of satin duchesso brocade, grass green, with quser, largo figures In olivo place.. ' Hov. Breeding delivered o good sermon nt tho M. E. church Sunday for the tlrst M'l'jj time on this circuit. Wo aro expecting to- - hawn show at this place soon. Ono of tho grandest ever known. JSverybody is invited to attend. A musical entertainment was given at Mr. F. Hi Roberts' Thursday night. Quito onjoye'd thema crowd attended and ' ' selves very much. Mr. M.iG. Butler; Misses Neddio Hunter, Ada Goodman and Mr. Hebpr Roberts were tho guests of Miss Cora Matthews Thursday. Thoy report a pleasant day. A young man of tho lower neighborhood was in town not long since and ho seems to bo wonderfully struck with tho ' latest style of djossranking, j , NEW. HEADGEAR. , It Cures Parks' Cough Syrup cures Colds, Coughs.Croup and Whooping Cough. Tho standard home, remedy in thousands of families for'alUliing disoases. j A.R. Fisher, druggist. SAMPLE. ) Arthur Mattlngly was in town Sunday. Prayer, meeting here every Sunday Y- - Thanksgiving was not in observance at-a-ll hero., Mrs. A. C. Hunter went to Cloverport Saturday. Miss Annie Bennett was on the sick list last week. Will Gedling, of Cloverport, was tho guest of Miss Ollio McCoy Sunday. Rov. W. B. Sneed will begin a protracted meeting the 3d Sunday of this month. Mr.,Joiin mack, of Louisville, was sbakingjhands with friends hero Fri- A. J. Bennett went to Lodiburg,, Mon day. to buy hickory timbeff for J. 0 ' M fife Craig. Mr. T.'-J- . Sandago, of Mooleyville, was in town last week circulating umong friends. ' Miss Lena Gilliiand spent Saturday and Sunday TwitlTMrs.JEvafBrashear, Preston. Mr. and Mrs.' Tom Complon, of Webster, wore visiting relatives hero Thursday and'Fridoy. ' T' Miss Mary IJoborls rpturneddast week from a pleasant visit at Cloverport, 'accompanied by Mr. Dick, of Addison. Mr.? and Mrs. F. W. Basham and daughter, Mies Dee,of L3dlburg,wero guests of Mrs. T. B. Squires, Saturday -and Sunday; r &&,&& The Globe Democrat fcree.Any reader of this paper can get Tho St. Louis Globe Democrat .freo. Read tho offer, on another pago, and take advantage of it at onco. Tho Weekly Glob- eDemocrat is now ifsued in S,eml weekly sections, eight pages each Tuesday and, Friday, sixteen pages overy weok,mak- ing it practically a Semi Weekly paper yettheprico retrains only ono, dollarn year, iri politics, It is strictly Itepupll-can.bit gives all tho news, and is absolutely indispensable to tho farmor, or professional man who has not tho time to read a largo daily paper, and yet desires tokeop promptly thoroughly posted. Samplo Copies will freo on application .ttGlcTb'o! Printing. Co,, St. Louis,Mo. iner-chah- ty bo-se- nt ut r i Winter, winter, is at hand. How is your supply of underwear? Clear prices mado at Babbago's. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When Baby was tick, wo gar. her Caatorfa. When she a Child, she cried for Casto'rla, When alio became Hiss, the clung to Castorla, When ahe had Children, she care them Castoria. u green. Thoro wero four rows of oliva green satin ribbon sown flat nround tho skirt two high np and two near tho bottom. Tho sleeves wero of pink surah, and tho doublo puffs i cached only to tho elbow. Aboye tho sleovcs were caps of laco. Across tho bust was drawn a fold of pink surah to a point in front, and thero held'with a bow of pink ribbon d with long ends. This Is a sop to tho floating ribbon gives the needed touch, nnd behold! a novel tea gown. When this dress is donned, all tho young lady's rivals can sit about or stand in graceful attitudes and proceed todespisoherwith immcasurablo scorn In their eyes, but with smiles on their lips. Tho day of plain skirts seems to bo on tho wane, for tho determined effort of Bomo designers to introduco drapery, or at least combinations, is beginning to be felt. Wo find skirts cut in slashes, in points and scallops over an underskirt of somo contrasting color or, nt least, material. Thero nro many trains whero tho front of tho skirt is of velvet and tho back of silk, and vico versa. The rich velvets of tho season lend themselves admirably to tho making of heavy trains, but they would bo better employed at tho back than tho front of tho skirt. Therefore tho most of tho gowns with tho heavy velvot trains havo the fronts of silk or satin. 1 saw one gown for a ymmg lady, though thero was no train, nTado in this way. Tho back of tho skirt was of velvet brocado, brown on maizo satin. Tho front breadth was of maizo satin witlf four rows of whlto lacoinser-wtio-n aud,fastencd with threq. great bawp of shaded maizo nnd brown'rlbbori. 'The largo puffod sleeves wero of satin as well as the buby waist. Thero was a velvet 'brocado figaro with a spring collar, which took- - the form of a bertha in the, back, below tho fall of lace, A band of insertion formed tho wjde belt nnd another was laid around tho neck. The stylo of tho day is maintained, but tho monotony of roundabout trimming is broken, and tho gown is pretty and being of tho most expensive materials. It is questionable tasto, t6 dre3 ypung unmarried women' in such rich material. It loaves nothing for them ns a' recompenso for fading .beauty with advancing ago, and really is not as becofaif ng us simpler materials; but as Jong as such things post more than tho light and filmy toxtures girls will have them, sotherol This winter, now advancing rapidly, wo'll sea inoro volvet worn as gowns and DINNER AND TEA dOWKS. full costumes than thero has been for ising materials. I saw u dunring dress of thirty years. This is duo to two reasons. Bilk being mado in a grand Tho velvets camo in naturally with the whlto annum establishment recently, nnd around tho present styles nnd seem to belong to them by right. Next, Importers loaded neck, on the polutcd waist, on tho bands themselves with velvets and velutina. of tho short puffed sleeves and on tho and then haii times camo on, which skirt thero wero ronleau bauds of fur. forced tho importers to soil their wares Gloves will havo doep fur gauntlets, and at scarce the cost of importation, and many towill haVo fur cuffs, which aro protect tho nice and hands that put.theso ideal goods within the IwhUo wearing theso wristsand military box reach of every one. Now capes them pxposed. There raJPJiP9 that-leav- e cloaks aro made of it velutina rSYMia no kind of fur, itseems to mo, that is bly unless one can afford tho best silk vot. The rich corded and shotted effects not used as trimming, but that with a are almost wonderful, and tho two toned light brownish tint is tho prettiest and blends boat with tho season's goods. styles aro beautiful. HENniETTE Rousseau. Somo of them break into four and fivo shades of tho two contrasting colors, and yet if you examine closely you will find Gloves, gloyts at Babbago's. that there aro but two colors, one shade Buck skin gloves for Engineers nt Babof each. Cardinal and blue givo purplo effects as well as tho two colors named bago's. , In ono piece. Tho cheaper grades of Call early and mako your selections of silk faced yolvot do not produco the dolls for your little ones. Babbago. right effect. It is somehow lacking in tho hoavy fold. Tho now velutinas are Rov. I C. Iglcliart, Now York, thick and fold in rich round folds that "Acorn on iho too !s would delight an artist. Thero were one AvrltcstIn the fleiili, which C. C. pattern of soft moss green over shell thorn C. Certain Corn Cure' most mcr-cinil- iy pink and another of the same green over removes," pnlinon, and words cannot tell how , Cero-bus,ani su-polo how-"over, handsomely it mado up ju n deep mantle lined with witin and trimmed with fur Another hail daik green snrfneo shotted with cardinal. Another wan bluo and Cold, nnd in fact tho lino is as coinploto lvs tho Lyons velvet, which it resembles closely. Tho ribbed velvets and vein-Unwith underlying color in contrast, aro magnificent. ' One corded velutina xnvt of fawn and pink tho ribs of fawn an tho under color pink. Tho whole effect was exquisite Many of tho darker shadc3 of brown corduroy or corded velutiua havo underlying colors, which light up tho wholo, though somo aro all of ono color for thoso who prefer. I s.iw n novelty in this lino which bIiows a crnpo effect on velutina, giving several apparent shades toonoBlnglo color. It in indescribably rich. Mrs. Gould had a beautiful gown for.af tenioon mado of puro whito corded velutina. It was cut princess, with long inivo sleovcs. lined with shrimii mnlt Batin with green Btrlpes. Tho green was ' tho tender reseda Bunde. Iho front opened over, nu underskirt of pink crapa of tho enmo shado and bordered at tho foot with a wido band of pink ostrich plumes. Thei o va3 a collar of the biitue nt tho neck, nnd at tho waist thcro was a silver chain wjth a fringed bar nt tho ends, whiqh linng lqoscly, Bomowhat like a theodorn belt. Altogether it was a dainty gown. Tho new woolens seem to havo nil broken out into tufts and spots, which stand abovo tho surfaco. Ono gown of such material pleased mo greatly. It had a dull bluo giound, and lines of irregularly shaped tufts of coppery red crossed each other in such a manner ns to form largo plaid. Tho skirt was quite plain, tailor finished nnd riither shorter than usunlly scon. ,Tho, sleeves wero large 'gigots, tho'waist a plain pointed basque with tho buttons diagonally pine d. Thero was a short Eton of coppery velvet, with a spring collar of bluo velvet just tho Bhado'of tho groundwork of the dress. Tho hat matched it in color. A lady camo in and sat down and hated tho owner of this dress with all her might nnd wished tho latter might dio beforo sho woro tho gown, bo that she .might havo ono just liko it and bo the only ono to wear it. Is thcro anything now in head gear? coino ono asks. Well, not very much. Tho felt plateaus nro being twisted into now and unheard of shapes and trimmed in tho most daring manner. Nothing comes nmiss in tho trimming of bonnet Fur and featlfrt-s- flowers, laces, jet ribbons nnd velvet nil aro seen this season. But tho climax has been reached, I think, when ono courageous milliner madon tiny bonnet of a large bat, with its ugly head in front, and its big ears standing up and, its wings folded over tho crown. Tho majority of bonnets nro mado of velvet and jet, with occasional wings or sigrets or somo other light fancy for trimming. Tiip littlo girls havo n great variety of hats and poko bonnets made of tho colored felt plateaus, twisted and bent into tho shnpo found most becoming. Ono of cardinal felt was bent nnd plnited into a sort of scalloped poko and trimmed with a full bow of cnrdinnl volvet ribbon, nnd thero wero strings to tio it with. A Mother Hubbard coat of cardinal cloth, with velvet yoke, was Worn with such n fiat and was very pretty indeed. Some hats havo floral trimming, but for winter other trimming looks rather moro suitnblc. It is probable that short ostrich tips will be much worn Jurtng tho winter, nnd many ' heads of small animals, with borderiugs of tho saino fur. Ono lady had upright Eablo tails on her purplo velvet bonnet, which was a largo poke, with tho brim faced with lilac nnd overlaid with cream laco. Thoro wero bows of ribbon on tho outside,' too, and wido purple velvet strings. The anion ut of fur used and to be used as garniture on homo nnd street toilets this season almost passes belief. Everything is" bordered or othorwiso ornamented with it, oven tho most unprom- a, 1 UNION STAR. MIfs Ada Hanks (pent two days with her parents this week. Miss Maud Smith tp h m ml iIhhiii hcrjiomu In llardiiisbtirg last ui'ik. Mrs. Win. Alleir, of I'm Mm, t,l Thursday with Mr. mid .Mis. C. .M. a .ywj4ftt Mi&sxW. nsss ttVE fi?s mmmmk)s4 v?fF MSI,ferca9n r Mr. AViii. Lowiy Milner, of l...uti!lle spent Boveral days at huino last uk tin giustof his wife. Mrs. H. C. .lolly nnd chlldr. n, of Mur guntonn, nro viiiting her. paunN, Mr nnd Mrs. It. B. Cdv. Mr. and Mrs. Peiey K aid, Hurllns-burg- , spent last uei-- nt llnlr parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Itielinrdwin. Mr. ,Ta. Skilluinu nnd Miss . Hoyle, of Cloverport, wire :u Ms at Mi C. M. McGlothlan's a few days Insiwei k. Mr. and Mrs. Fund) Hornby, of I'res ton; Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. 'Giirdm r and baby, of Chennult, took diiincn with Mr nnd Mrs. E. B. Gardner, Thanksgiving A family n union wos enjoned at the residence of Mr. nnd Mib. I). S. Richardson on Thanksgiving Day. Tho mi inborn of tho family from n dlbtimeo wer Mr. and Mrs. K A. Kielinn'son and daughter, I.ouisill. ; Mr. and Mrs. Po cy M. Btard, IFordinsbuiy, nnd Mr Win Lowry .Milner, Louisville. .let-M- FERRETS. ulll ilclUcrtrulneil I'errcU, rlther male or fcnialc, it the i:prrss office In Clntvrpiirt lor oocucli.cafli. Now Is till, tlmo to prepare for )(iur winter's pott. Aililrtss 1 W. S. ASIII1V. T C locrinrt. Kv WSp ja 'SfiQ WAYNE'S irithenk m I ilrav trpiwiittv r J3&K p , max? OINTMENTi IftUnU I maictna. inni ui j Ur. tCMttiL ith. iil . m ' fctadt. bom. As.lvUff to ikla eltir.whiM ta4h4ltW ffiil by druuau r mm hf a til for W eu. Addrvii Di. A 8orklU4lpbl. ra. Aikevr IrwfjUl Mil, ttwAim j p I dolls iDOLLS! polls A Tally-Ho- - Lead of Them. M """'i' (0S There is a Lively ment Move- In Holiday Goods at F. N. D'Huy's and judicious buyers will do well to study it closely. It is this. It dots not require a small Books, Albums, Picture Frames, Toilet Sets, Plusb Cases, Holiday Books, Bibles, Jewelry, Combs and Brushes, Celluloid Baskets, Baskets, Collar and Cuff Boxes Puff Boxes, Aluminum Bon-Bo- n Goods. Come and see the stock. and numerous other Prices were never so low before. Will make it to your interest to buy your Christmas Goods from us. X-m- as Fortune 1 To buy any nrticlo in our largo stock of all kinds of useful nnd seasonable presents, nnd you are cordially invited to inspect and price our goods. BABBAGE Hi WE LEAD THEM ALL IN QUALITY, . . STYLES iP A A. of Toueh-- D own. PRICES' Our etock is immense. j ou w ill miss it if you don't our great display in bco ZDZEIESS DOMESTICS. flinghiimi aingharu, beat Drown Cottod, full 5 . QOODS See our apeclal alo in Rushing Advariee,. V 7Jo. yard wide 5 c. BLANKETS. Double 10i to 121. Prices rango from to $6 00. Comforts 8io to $2.00. 9 So CLOTHING. Boy Overcoats Men's Ovcrooata EXCELLS ALL. 9So to $5.00 13.48 to $16.00 fio.ooj Meo't Suits $0.48 north, Mon' Suits $7 00 worthZ."'.....',7. One Lot Doe Skin Jen Pnntt for... 1.24 One Lot Men's odd Coats Lisa J- thak Cost. ..,..?. 5.00 Youtb Suits for $3.50 worth We have the latest NoTeltlesMnii V Home Spun, Double Breasted .' '5.00' Children Suits 98s to One Lot Men's Suits Meiton Double Breasted for $10.00 north , 10.0Q 810.00 OVERCOATS, Beats All k WrJ n.3 Thi's .Mh AaZJ Wo havo a largo lot of fine overcoats and suits. Wo want to turn theso into money and to enable us to do bo wo havo cut tho prico way down. So buyers of clothing may como in confidence. Prico will not ' stand in tho way. Tliey cnine-th- ey bought ns they never bought before. And still thoy come. And Btill tluy buy. Progress is our watchword Busy yesterday busier today. We mufit not only remain firm on tho ground already gained, but advance advance! Stops nro risky. Standstill menus stagnation. Pushing, pushing, pushing all the limo progressive, nctlvo nnd energetic. That's how wo reach and stay at tho top. pair of our $1.24 HOOTS. Our great special Shoo and Boot snlo will coutinuo iintil January lfit, at these unreasonable low prices. DON'T MiSS IT. Como a jumping, Hop in a The THE LEADING CASH BARGAIN STORE. Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY GARFIELD, Mrs. Dr. Horned is very sick. Mrs. Luura Complon is quite sick. Itov. M. Complon moved into his now houso last week. Mica Nnnuio Board is visiting her aunt KFact fivfff' TV"? Dress Goods, and cousin in Louisville. Messrs. George and Henry Drury, of Bowleyvillo, wero horo Sunday. Mr. Camion, of Custer, has located hero nud will put up tobacco this winter. Miss Emma Seaton and brother, of Now llotlitil, wero vmlting their Bister, Mrs. Laura Compton, last wetk. Tho friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregory will bo pleased to leurn that their littlo daughter, Mary, who has been very Blek, is recovering. Shoes, Ilata and winter woolen goods for men, women and children was never in finer j (rjluipo (o meet tho demands than right now. Prices, styles, qualities aro bound to interest you. We will as usual take great pleasure in showing you what wo have, telling you the prico and moro than pleased to put a few bundles into conveyance nnd bid you a happy ndlcu until you como again, Como in and havo a chat with us even if you don't want to buy. iz aye, & Hoben, Hafdinsburg,' Ky. i at our grand "Panic, Sale,." and some people wonder iow we can sell such superior Clothing at such lolfprices jThe fact Mn't, but ;we niust. we need money. Until further notice we shall continue to dispense bargaitfith lavi hand. Remember, everything sold without profit ! co"' p y Ttfe; crowds continue is-j-- we WE Hk T - CAN'T-B- UT WE MUST! 8s, "' ;f;r A At Jbt ? JV j Jxillus Winter Co., "p leelS&ijaf - WJt' f. "" mtwwmM!f -- m mm iffl i ius'!WWIIWiWpwffBFlMW J TOl' U X n .,..,. ,,,,. .,,... M. mi - THE BRBOKBNRIDQE ,NEWS, QIaOYB,RFQR1 """' KY, '""",""""' ..JT"' -t a jA ,' "" 3. "" ; ' '."" ',',' . r ,",.' ,, ... .. , nUJI..UMMuM.M. JHfifTS TVr TH T3, "F?. "V" AS A 037X0--' HTJT5T IFjn&SHZJIZiiXZFHZil TMAS V : . -- is past, and the jolly little Crickets no longer chirp Though the Summer-tim- e their merry songs, there is something merrier still to replace the sound 'of mirth, for now the children are singing . : . "Santa Claiis is comings Santa Clnas is Almost Here!" r Yes indeed, old Santa is almost here, and in advance of his coming, to save the hard work he would have to do if he waited till the Stockings were all hung up by the fireside, he has sent a big lot of his intended Gifts ahead by "Reindeer Express," I and they are on view at SULZER'S. . HEAR THE CHILDREN LAUGH Doesn't it make you feel young again ? Father, with the gray showing in your hair and beard, you look like Santa Are you going to carry the resemblance still farther ? You know what we mean Come in and see us Let us whisper, oh, so care-- . fully and mysteriously We mustn't let the children catch us at it, for the World Drop into our store, as if by accident, you know 1 ! ! ! ! ! What are the SWEET Chimes saying ? Listen! you can almost Hear the words! Yes, you have caught the Real Meaning! zS The chimes are telling you just what Santa Claus has sent to zS Cloverport, and what he expects you will do to carry out his zS wishes; for every stroke of the Christmas Bells is plain enough. zS The clear strokes say: 'HWHW-JMHHHWHWHHHK S i I vMttvvVMMt Chime Balls--, ' Chime First, For the Baby: Dolls, Dolls of all kinds. SHHHHWHHHHHHIHMHMHl Chime Second, For the Girls: Novels, Picture Books, Games, Muffs, Mufflers, Cloaks,' vn'ivvvviviv&vi'itvv' Fourth, Chime Third, For the Young Ladies: Lamps, Perfume Bottles, Mirrors, Bisque Figures, Nut-pick- s, For the Boys: Watches, Bicycles, Bass China Dolls, Rubber Dolls, Bisque Tabby and her Kittens, Bow-wow, Toilet Handker- Jacko, Building Blocks, Wagons, Banks, Rattlers, Candy, Nuts, Oranges Bananas. Fire Crackers, French Harps, Railroad Trains. Cases, Japanese ware, Fancy work baskets, Pictures. chiefs, Jewelry, Doll Dishes. Chime Fifth, For the Young Men: Hunters' Outfits, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Oigar Oases, Skates, Overcoats, Furnishing GoodB, Silk Handkerchiefs. Chime Sixth, For Mother: Silverware, Napkins, Dinner Sets, Trunks, Queensware & Ohinawaro, Sad Irons, Blankets, Oomforts, Oounterpanes. Olothes-wringers, Chime Seventh, For Father: Night Shaving Sets, Blacking Sets, Robes-Elegan- t, , Chime Eighth, For Mush and Milk Sets, Chime Ninth, For a; Felt Lined Shoes, To keep her feet nice und warm, Shawls. Pipes and Tobacco, Spectacles, Mufflers, Slippers, Oakes. . Gloves, Pipes, Tobacco. And then a Grand Chime for Everybody, which bids you all be happy which meansthat you should lay in your Supplies at once. We appreciate the large trade that has been brought to us, and we propose' to 'merit the favor of our valued patrons. The year has' been a peculiar one, but business has been good with us. Prices Talk. Confectioneries, Nuts, Fruits, Goodies, Delicacies, Everything that is needed for Christmas Cheer, can be found 'f ' J. C. NOLTE, Manager. AT SflLZEfrS J5r m m'Wii 3Zkr30GlllZjJNJll TI-m- - II II -J- -feL JXI HiAl 2 7N ' :?? " BRRGKRNRIDGE NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. ! j v V f r Ffno wrltini; paper at Babbago's. Shirts almost at your own price at Bab,- bago's. Mrs. E. T. Waynes went to Louisville P. S. Miller has been assigued to GlasMonday. gow, Ky. OLOVERPORT, KY. lie left for thai place lust Mr. Al Wolf, of I)iiisillc, is thj'giifal week aTJ ill mates furnishd on applirali ' f frttti(Ia nt Holt. , Prof, 'John A. Smart has changed his . -. Conio along gal's and boy's Sunla Glaus residence from Geneva, Texas To Jasper, ii nwmmfl " has arrived Sulzer's. i f Texas. You C. AT LAW, Seal Oilwill save moneyat by buying that town F. Redman, of Owensboro, was in shoo dressing Sulzer's. Sunday. Room 47 Trust Building, Attorney W. K. Barnes of Hanlinsburg E. Lamastus has moved from Victoria was down Monday on legal business. to Aetnaville. LOUISVILLE, KY. If for theso days of morry -- making and opening wide jSttcli a display you never saw before as Crawford Lyons, of Haucsville, was in the hearts of your dear friends, something solid, at Sulzer's now of their holiday coods. tho city Monday. Miss Holen Polk, of Tobinsnort, was Miss Bettie Bowmer returned from worth your money and everlasting in the heart of tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Farber Mon- Henderson Monday. the receiver. Don't fail to viow with scrutiny, the HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. day. You can find all' kinds of rubber boots XJfeAIl business ciitniFtcJ to my ItimN eiven Obi my! That is just what everybody and shoes at Sulzer's. immense stock of Silverware, of Musical Goods, of prompt and mrclul attention. jSotc;:ind Collected ntul prompt returns itindd Siml says when tlioy seo our holiday display. Geo. Boyd has moed into the Wiley hiishicM. nit jour Clocks, Spectacles, Jewelry ot all kinds, and . property in rho West end. Suler's. Scott Morton, of Bock Lick, is n pros. THE BEST TYPE WRITER. Watches that can't be beat. Toys, dolls, china ware, books and novDeed?, Mortgages and all legal Instru- pective candidate for tho Democratic elties at F. N. D'Huy's. Don't forget us for repairs as well as the place. ments drawn and copying done in tlio nomination for jailor. Holiday goods in endless variety aro Mama buy mo n Bow Wow buy ono so now on display at F. N. D'Huy's. best ityle, fat and slick. Go over to Sulzer's quick V G. Babbage, Att'y, Call. early and mako your selections of IlARMNBiiunn, Kv. aud g.-- t choice of tho pick. dolls for your little ones. Babbage. Tho latest report from Mrs.B. II. More- Mr ThobJett and wife, of Pellviile, Oi men is that she Is gradually growing weal-au- d News. wero in town last Wednesday trading. tho end is not far on". Babbago has tho best assortiBbnt of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Miller, ot near Rctnll Jewelers. ..WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 0, 1893. books ever shown for Xmas. presents. Grand View, Ind., were tho guestsof Mr. Henry Hines, tho confectionery man and Mrs. Win Noell Thursday. was in the city yesterday soliciting trade. HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY LOCAL BREVITIES. M. Hamman has been olected city Judge W. D. Holt and family have councilman to fill the placo mado vacant . 'iFreslfidifs'at.tho City Bakery! ' ' gono to California to spend tho winter. by the resignation of P. S. Miller. Dick Mays, of Webster, is in town. Miss Pearl Miller is visiting Misses WITH THE ABOVE Now the silver mist has rolled away Tho Thanksgiving dinner and supper CLOVERPORT RETAIL MARKET. V. V. G. Visit, Vest's, Grocery. and good times are coming so shall our Annie and Maggio Hambleton at Sor-- f jr tho benefit of tho M. E. church wrs CORBKCTSD WMKLT. ghotown. PF ready;rOur .Christmas stock. Sul-- . streams of bargains continue to flow successful. Apples, per peck si o. zcr's. Before you buy your holiday goods an ., w,t )f Sulzer's. ,( 2o c, There will be a ball at the Academy Ilutter, per pound inspection of F. N. D'Huy's nice stock Cheoie, per pound Miss Hattie True Began, "Tho MockJC.., II. Christmas, Headquarters. li20 c. Hall Dec. 7th, Thursday night. Cabbage, per head StolO c. ing Bird," from California, while fn tho should bo mado. . Vest's. Mr. Jack Ackerman and aged mother Chickens, ea,ch 1520 e. Milt Rollins, of Owensboro, was here city, wa the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G Corn, perbuthel If pricis count any tiling, Why! 4550 c. arc on tho sick list. Reported no better. Ducks, each v yesterday showing our saloon men sam2030 o. is tho place. WvShortj, per dozen hall In Derby 25 o. Tho dnnco at the now "SEAL BRAND" nas the strength, purity and richness . . Onions, per peck Buyiyourdollsnow jyhilo your have ples of fine whisky, Vest is oflering some rnn bargains in 20 c. tho 20th was very successful. Everyone Spring chickens, each Little folks, bring your lcttors to Santa pickhig choico from thdVargest and best 12J20e. of flauor unequalled by any other brand of Coffee. woolens this week. , seemed to enjoy himself hugely. Wheat, per bushel jj c. Claus and drop them In our letter box .'MrlE"L Clark and soil, Stuart wi'ro selection ever brought to this city. Tomatoes, per dot 5 c. visDr. Whlto and Miss Anna Bnssott Sweet Potatoes peck Babbage. lnour store Sulzer's. IS r. i in the city jesterday. ......! Dried Beans ited Rome Sunday. 4 e' T'is sweet to lovo, But oh! how bitter, Johji T. Craig, tho hickory timber Dried Peache Our brilliant display newest of novel-'tie- s 4 0 Dried Apples man, is loading several cars hero now To lovo a girl, whoso shoo's don't fiVlier. & e come and see Sulzer's, CLIFTON MILLS. Oreen Apples, per bushel 125 c. and tho timber is rolling in in large We can fit her Sulzer's. Turnips per bushel Oh! the dolls that will boon display at 35 c. quantities. Mr. T. B. Young jr, of Morganfield, ' , Hubbage's this week, come and see. A. J. Dye went to Stephensport last V. S. Long will keep sweet and butter- - waa visiting his sister, Mra. C. B. Skill-ma- n week. is filled with Our grocery department milk for sale this winter and deliver seyeral days, lost week. choice eatables, prices the lowest Vest. H. C. Haddock visited relatives in thein daily. Leave your onlers with Sheet Celulold in various shades for Moade county hint week. KlraTiges, tlatf'5, fis, bananas, lemons,' liiiH for milk. making fancy Christmas, Now Year and grapes, raisins and cocoanuts at lteidel &' Undo Berry Macy says ho don't think That's what our new nr- The handsomest lino of solid silver Birthday novelties. Sulzer's. Go's. tho "Idiots" will put out any county spoons ever in Cloverport, now ready for Geo. Jordan had a $50 cow to die last ticket next year. Now is the Uino to lay in your sup)ly inspection and at prices lower than ovor week. rivals of OVERCOATS Ho had just been offered that of shoes while you can get them so cheap known, at F. N. D'Huy's E. II. Parr was called to Stephensport money for her just before sho died. aro. It's a comfort to the at Sulzer's. j last week to sco his brother, Murray 4 Walk in glad to see you glad to Tho silver question will never be setParr, who is quite sick. is at hand. How is know you glad to bIiow you our holiWinter, winter, buy or to know tho price. tled in your family until you buy a set of your supply'of underwear? Clear prices day goods glad to servo you glad to our silver ware August Dutschko was In town last for your wife christmat Uabbagc's. mvlo at week tellfng tho farmers they ought to show you just how glad we aro to know Sulzor's, It's a comfort to tho eye i ship their tobacco to tho Falls City Seour novel display in pur show win- you Sulzer's. Bring tho children and let them seo to see their beauty. dow now ready entitled"The marriago of It's Cut this out and send it to us with the large and elegant selection of dolls House. tile nations , ulzer's. Wo regret to Niy that E. P. Mosely, 12 centa'in stamps and wo will send you that are now being s. displayed at a comfort to wear them our populai miller, who went homo "v ill. A. Smith, of Steplieiiapoit,.onoof by raturn mail Christmas., presit is (he cleverest hotel keepers in Hie county, ent for tho baby. Address, Sulzer's threo weeks ago, on tho account of ill niid it's very comforting Miss Flora Smith, of Uannelton, who ' health, is no better. was in tho city Mondayj Cloverport, KyT . has been tho guest of her cousin, Miss to us to sell them. " James Wliitworth was in town last Miss. Allico Dixon a charming young David Isomo writes to have his paper Maggio Farber for soveral weeks, returnweek representing tho Ray Tobacco lady, of Henderson, is the,' guest of Mr. changod from Mowequa to Pleak Comer, ed homo Sunday. HI., where he will resldo tho coming and, Mrs. Chas. JJ. gkllluian. . ;. ,, warehouse, of Louisville, Ky. Wo wish Dolls I Dolls Big dolls, littlo dolls, if in When you go over to Sulzjr's to seo year. Ho sends his best wishes to his white dolls, black dolls, china dolls, wax him success in his new occupation. Mrs. J. F. Claycomb and daughter toys, walk up stairs and Kentucky friends. their Christmas dolls, blondes and brunetts from Miss Addio, wero in town last week havget a pair of thoso cheap shoes. Mnr. William Head is paying a, visit five cents up. Babbago. ing somo done. Madam SUITS carry off the Mr. and Mrs. Lannie Smith' of Owqus-bor- o to old friends hero. ,It is her first visit Hardly ha'wo opened up our ChristRumor says this dress is for a special to this city sinco sho left hero more than mas caino up and spent Thanksgiving goods before tho rush begau for our vichonors wherever they go, occasion. with friends here and at Stephensport. thirty five years ago. Sho is tho guest of now novcuies. jjont wait out como Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ogle6by. Jim O'Bryan, of Meade county, a very and a man looks handMiss Blanch Frank has gono to early and make your selections Sulzer's. enthusiastic Blanford democrat, was in Itav. W. M. Burgss delivered a very inIud. where sho has secured a Dr. J, F. Lightfoot moved his faintly town last week lamenting over tho re- some and picturesque in teresting Thanksgiving discourse at tho and household' position in a large mercantile establisheffects to Hawesvillo sults of tho lato election. Jim says ho Elm street Methodist church last Thurs- Monday. ment. Ho has rented his property In prefers is brains and morals to boodle and them. Just bring us TEN Mrs. Nelson Jolly, of Jolly's station, day. Mr. Burgess is always Interesting this city to Mr. John Beverly, jr. who bossism. and entertaining in his discourses. r accompaned little niece, Jobie J. now occupies It. U laugh, U roar, U scream, when you It is a fact that tho result of tho lato SILVER DOLLARS and in Yeagcr, is visiting rolatUcs and friends The , Children's Christmas Number election has doveloped many candidates we'll turn you over tho handsee the comical tableau iu Sulzer's show in Lewisport. of tho Illustrated Kentuckian is out and for the various county offices to bo filled Ono prominent lady said to another, window's Dec. 18th. entitled "Santa it is a beauty from cover to cover. Full wide-a-wak- e pronext year. It seems that Hardinsburg somest and most stylish Clauses surprise" beautiful scenery, rich, of pretty lust week, ''what do you have to eat?" I children's portraits, stories, wants tq furnish most of them. Bo carerare and racy. Dont fall to $co it, bring : can scarcely find any thing Answer poems, sketches, Christmas pictures and ful boys, tho way men talk in this section fitting suit of clothes you all the children out to see it. 's grocery. entertaining matter. Published at LexThomas Chaudoin, of Garfield, went ington at $1 n year, or ten cents a copy. ot country, a Hardinsburg man don't over had on. It is as good The road just above town is almost seem to bo in it much. gone, only a spaco of about six feet to to Louisyillo Monday with a part of his Cattle are in good demand on tho sell Never before in tho history of this as it looks too. crop of tobacco to try tho market. Mr. Louisville pass between the river bank and fence. market. Good shippers, placo has tho flouring mill reaped such Chandoiu is a good grower of tho weed butchers, If it is not attended to somebody will bo feeders and stockers active aud a harvest as it has in tho last threo ." and generally gets tho top of the market. a shadq higher.. so. indicted. Prices rango from $3.25 months. Big, littlo, old aud young, male Drop a nicklo In tho register and "pull to s. The market for hogs is dull and Charles Tinues. "I am thankful td and female can bo seen coming from the News for that notice to hunters, also .out n five dollar bill (that machine is lower. Tho receipts MonJay wero 7180 every direction with from a littlo mule to tho Legislature for passing tho law if broke)but drop a fivo dollar bill In our head. Best packers sold at $ 5.35. "turn" to a four horse load. Jim Carv it did cost $500,000. Wo aro annoyed register and pull out a, nice chrlstma Tho Owensboro Messenger says : "Mr. treat them all aliko and scuds them on and SUITS wo want to "present(flfaf maclilrio ai'nt broko) Suivery much by the hunters." S. M. Deauc Is yery 111 with a complicatheir way rejoicing. ter's, i soil this wook and if you tion of diseases, his homo below tho John Gilbert and Miss Eddio Mil-bu- ft Burrel Beard, of Hardinsburg, was in city. He has asthma, dropsy will bo married at tho residence of and heart como you'll get a bargain. the bride's father, Mr. Milburn hear town Saturday poking fun at tho Demo- trouble; and his physicians scorn to think Itosetta to morrow, Thursday. There crats over tho recent Republican victory he cannot recover. Ho has been unablo will bo quite a "to do" and the neigh-- i in this county.. He sayB ho is no, a canto lio down for somo timo and is compellborhdod generally will bo In attendance. didate for jailor and has no idea of Wing ed to sloop sitting up. . 'one at prssent. Little folks write ybur letters to Santa How tho little boys and girls did yell Shelby Trlplett and Peyton Shumate, Claus. Bring them to our storo and two substantial farmers of tho Rosetta when tho curtains went up yesterday on drop them in our letter box. Little tho marriago of tho nations. How thoy girls and boys living away from tho pity neighborhood are in Louisville this week did clap thoir littlo hands. "I want this can mail them to Santa Claus caro of frilling thoir tobacco. They both have IHARDINSBUJIO, KY, I want that no It's mine bet I'll get good crops of hurley and thoy will get Sulzer's. Wo will sco that Santa Claus It going to writo to Santa Claus totho lop of tho market as thoy do in all brings you what you want. Su'zor's. . ( I' . night." Bring tho children to seo our ycnra- CLOVERPORT, KY. ., . . Christmas goods, hear their morry shouts Tho Louisville tobacco market does Ourpricqon our holiday goodflwHl It will mako you feol joyful, forget I'l III I not bIiqw much activity either in prices your electrify sales, oudlsfrlbutlon Is fnot a business caros Sulzer's. tr or sales. Tho offerings are not large galvanized spasm It Is a continuiug cirespecially of dark tobacco while a good DANIEL BROOKS J. M. HARPER, J. 0. BOURNE, The Victoria mines partially resumed cuit forceful, bright, electric, drop a dolii percentage of are rejected. lar in our register and get a nice christ operations on Inst Monday. About fifThere wero 5 lihds. of Breckenridge mas present that will olectrify youSul-zer'- s. teen mon wero put at work, cleaning out ' BROOKS & CO., .7i BOURNE, county new dark lugs sold at $4.43 o ! repairing and making preparations for n ' $.1 75 and 2 hhds. of dark leaf at $7 to ' A wild roport was in "circulation last more vigorous operation of tho worjc in ?0 50. tho near future. For the prcscnt trains week that Bettio Brown, a colored womAlf Taylor, tho active, busy, hustling, will be run from hero to Victoria only as an, waa Bick with small pox. Dr. Owen, young'mercbant, ofR)setta, is now tho (hey arc needed. They will bring out CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. ot tho Board of Health invesa incmbor happy father of a big bouncing baby boy, tigated tho caso and found that the wom- coal, Umber and other freight John It. born Nov. 24th. It is tho joy and delight DoKayen is the new superintendent. BOURBON STOCK YARDS an not only had no small pox but waa not LOUISVILLE, KY. r43nuj u,v"F of tho household pnd ncer did baby en(mmt New tobacco Is beginning to bo delivsick at all, and has not been sick lately. ter more giateful or appreciated hands FOR THE Mr. Sam B. Pell, of Lewisport, came ered here In largo quantities. It Is a Tho above is to remind you that It is tho first, of coureo, and is pretty frequent occurrence to seo eight or ton wo aro still In tho ring with apbright and sparkling. John Irvin Is his up Sunday. Jt looks kinder' suspicious big W rmn.lldrlniandl(i...r pinrerlnUiiratleOniiiit or either ui ckOMd loads standing alongside our factories to seo a handsorao young fellow like Mr. propriate, sensible gifts, for old and name. "'?,Ji5h'5l'L'Jl0.lnUlir.ConmUonor JntnnUr. Can Iwi Mrriadia waiting to bo weighed. Tho Cloyorport Pell run into a town early Sunday morn-lu- g young. Our "J ll prepaid. Wtlioa ordorwo Fofcr Bufso, tho old fisherman, died (ve a written Biiarnntea to cure nrrrund tho miner. Hold brail and tako tho eaily Monday train for purchase has already reached largo pronuvuuu inu lmiu, at Owensboro last Friday pf pneumonia. home, Pcoplo say ho means business portions anoHho buyers are still hustling Iter!. In Clo.erpgrt,Kr.,Vr A. IU n8aKU.7nd bfa c" HTIlTjKSiliSr W,fc""' His remains wero brought to thjs city and the Tho farmers are complaining, though, Nks thinks so too. 5& years is large Saturday for burial. Ho was Our Goods Now Our Santa Claus arrived last ulght at Sul- that tho buyers aro too choice, and that Prices LowTho Latest in Stylo old and has been a resident of this city SAM'L RAY. they go by somo crops without even ROBERT P. HARB. rein-doeTho Finest in Quality Tho Utfor a number of years, living on a shanty zer's. Tho report that ouo of his casting a longing oyo in that direction. diod on tho trip ain't so. Ho left most in Variety. boat nt,jho mouth of the crook. Ho Tho presents you want, at tho built a new boahJB; fal and 'was, pn two of his reindeers at homo this time, WITH ROME, IND. prices you like, can bu. at your his way'to Green river to spend tho win Hardtlmcs and Continual Grumbler and ttqjve thrwixhjtvlth Comfort,,Goodtline8 JKWBL1CRS fishing. Mt BugoijAnj;ji;re)abIo Plenty of rain; and mud in our tovwi In -:- ,' $ftq' AND WAIT -:- hardworking man and a, good iUherninn. Chefulnwa.fyoy? PeSWMdJHappin&s. tho past (ovy days, . P. N. D'HVY. T4ToEoJdiiwnt5oi!'t JooJ? ny older. than Ho leaves a wifo and ono son now FOU OUU STOCK. Protracted meeting 'closod Friday ho djd, Jast year, Ho Is, so busy ho won't grown. linvo time to talk to tho ilttlo folks' for night which was held by Rov. Itobluson A Irlal will convince the most Eighth sovend weeks but they can take their and Ray. Dobaon.-and Main Streets, FOU DYSPEPSIA, skeptical tkttt . CO. Certain Indigestion, nmt Stoniitcli !twmlere, tatt letters to the eioro and drop them in Ulm Ullla May Connor is tho suoet of Cough irom tiU3totiii- SHOWN H 1KOJV HITTKHH. Is, the greatest Bantu Glaus' letter box'and he will get hereotwlB'-Ml- w AU iltatf n L'pcn It, M rwiUXMe. (li'iiMlneJtM remedy cxtHHt ifer the caro OJlle MorgaV'tlils v inula itwrc nua crw(t rwl liuwou rrurier. week. them, so ttnd out. what you want. With Auction and Privato Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Bab-b.igo'- s. James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder, . Gloves, glovCB at BabbagoV. Buck skin gfoveB for Engineers at CHRISTMAS Served ExCllUSively to the 21,477,-21People admitted to the Robert E. "Woods, ATTORNEY HOLIDAYS. World's Fair Grounds ii GONSTABLfe LEE BISHOP, Breckenridge T. G. LEWIS & CO., Universally accepted as tiiu Leading Fine coffee of the World. WE ARE PREPARED to FURNISH OUR PATRONS D'-Ilu- Fine Coffee. Eti , Cold Wave Comforts Cloverport, Ky. Strange Isn't It How easy rut own sooner or later, Bab-bage'- for mankind to "get into a not all things on The ruts bound to claim him for it's It used to be called 1 Our Famously Pretty dress-makin- g some one thing. habit: these days it's ruts. We are' Jefler-sonvill- e, tims along with the rest of mankind. by-he- the selling of good Our weakness We've been that rut for GOODS. years, as hundreds of visit-Vest- gressive citizens will testify. we The gopds are the best at any price, as many It Is Overcoats a man has found to be Will you let us do as muchfor,typii? "Conie'in and ask us some questions. rn OUR. Xninas STOCK BABBAGE. W. H. BOWMER SON, Overcoats, M I f & 5?ts' .33. F; BEARD & .GO;, Furniture, Stoves. o tho,-sale- s ,i '' Come and see it. We'll tell you more about next week. Is open. i HARPER, ' Commission Salesmen of Live Stock 'i 1 If ff Holidays Holidoj Stock rs tr Crescent Tobacco Wareho' RAY & CO., Proprietors. W. G. Moorman, GLENDEANE, KY. dire" LOUISVILLE. KY. Free, jW&Lfr4L& .v. mmxmumymwmimmw.wmit m BliwrelM' 8 Highest of all In Leavening Power. THE BRHOKENRIDGR Latest U. S. Gov't Feroit. That Old Bible. Two fellers wnt 'bout the lliblr, nnd a verte, An' kept things all round, until they made 'em wonc; Hut one who knowed a good deal more than both of 'em, saldt "Here's The good old bible," an, prako Oodl It kinder calmed their fears! It kinder settled all .disputes s " libruuglit, tbc gosjicl down, good ks, 'twas out o' slgirtl' For,l tell yon, all the talkln's like the uuhln of a rill, An' the word of God Is walkin' It's glltln' next you still t . NElWS, OnOVRFOE&T, KV, m iiii '1 11 m tin 1 "Mi ii' m PoW Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1893. Continued from first page.) Baking not the work of the Ways and Means Committee, but of a secret caucus composedof the Democratic members of that committee Until yesterday o the Republican members of that knew nothing what over of the character of tho measure, so that it is Democratic in all its parts. But wo risk little in saying that the greatest misfortune which can befall the majority in Congress will bo tho passage of the bill as it comes from tho committee. That it will bo calamitous to the courntry in its present shape goes with' out saying. But the partyin power has no desire and no expectation that tho bill will pass 'in "its 'orctnal Bharioi It is 'introduced not as n practical measure 'of revenue' reform, but as a feint to meet tho promise of Mr. Cleveland's letter of accept; anco, and his frequent utterances on the, subject. The Chicago platform is ignored entirely in the bill. That pronounced protection unconstitutional. The bill contemplates protectivo duties. The whole tenor of tho bill, its heavy reduction of duties on staple products, its placing of ''raw material," on tho free list, Warrant tho'belief ihnt it is introduced merely as a sop to those who supported the party last year in tho interest of tariff reform, Or freo trade, and that it is to be passed in tho House, as it comes from the Committc, with tho understanding that it will bo so emasculated in the Senate that it will either-fai- l in that body or be so radically changed that it will not materially alter tho existing law. There aro many reasons for this belief, not the least influential of which arc the recent elections which gave such clear indications that the peoplo have recovered from their lunacy of 1802, and realize the peril to tho prosperity of tho country implied by Democratic ascendency. Should the Republicans in Congress take tho majority at its word and give the tariff bill unobstructed right of way to a speedy passage wo shall confidently expect a panic amounting to a stampede, not only in Congress, but among the Democratic leaders all over the country. Should the bill, as reported, become a law, the result will certainly bo a large increase in imports of those commodities which wo can and do produce economically in this country. That of course means a proportionate decrease of the demand of our domestic products, which means a decrease in the demand for labor, which means a decrease in tho price of labor, with all its attendant hardship and privations. these facts are well known to members of Congress, each one of whom will find that the bill attacks an industry in which his constituents are specially interested, and tho aggregation of such influences will be so powerful that it will tax the pow er of King Caucus to hold the majority to tho work of passing the bill. Tho indications point to a stormy season at Washington during tho pendency of tho tariff bill,and serious breaches of party disciplino may bo expected before tho work is finished. Wo shall have raoro to say on this subject hereafter, and from time to time point out what we regard as tho most dangerous features of tho measure. Do mestic industries and National prosperity have nover experienced so serious an assault before, and tiio danger to them was apparently nover so apparent. That it may bo averted will be tho wish of every intelligent person who has made a study of industrial questions. tariff1 bill In com-mlttcf I JVb iJfc'flsSPIsi other Jiouse ever did, ever will or ever can sell ths saiivt prrfeolgjods fur tht same low prices as Klcinhans $' Simonson sell them. iv?fl 1 s1 Bid la -- 'mm ' r"V 23iki,' nt ' It made A ABSOlXmSLY PURE ISl TPl? WE? GMT $3.78 for good CLOTHING working Suits; ALE ! The Mammoth Lets Itself Luor-- unit and Begins a Uigger, Uruvur, Bolder Slaughter in every Department than was ever known before on earth. Hi almost given away. TO 1 A feller may go round Winder it, but h.s Journey's vain; EVERY DAY worth 50. for better working Suits worth $7- for Black Cheviot worth $10 Suite; $1.98 CM. for two styles of Ulsters wortli $4. ; THE NinV KEVKMJi: IIILf., Will tlio Democratic i'urfy AtlOt-ethe Country Willi Now Hope And Now Dovotlon. r Kor, no matter where he wanders, he must still come hornVngalri! You may twisty an you may turn It make the text eome to ydur case, Hut, no matter how you spurn It, you must meet It fact; to face! A Burro to the person guessing nearest to its weight. $428 $4.78 QO for a very good Ulster; worth for the celebrated Ironclad Grey Ulsters ; worth $10. for an Ulster good enough for n banker; worth $12. OVERCOATS Cut in samo proportion as Suits and Ulsters. $7.98 $9.48 $11 QQ In)lro I'ltANK I- - STANTON. Pants and Odd Goats Children's Clothing, Shoes and Hats i it VUl TIMES PEICES. HATS, SHOES PINCHING AND V I Items of Interest From All Over The State. My wife had been helpless with rheumatism for several weeks and confined to her bed. In less than ono week after using tho Electropoiso she was abloto-li- o RUINOUS PRICES TRULY. $6.98 $9.48 e5J.0.4:O Q1 Q AQ. for Heavy Cassimere Sultb worth 10. ; foraFinoUlster.linedwith doth; worth $15. a HUI.D, sound meascjui; oi'in: torn!. Louisville Tost What do these people want who cry out, for more money? Money ls"not their want, but a price for their corn and cattle, when they would We may labor to tell, but can not. " hedge In the cuckoo In vain; for no people ever , yet grew rich by politic; but it li I'etce, Indus "'try'ani Freedom that bring trade 'and wealth". and nothing' else'. Dudley North,! 891. Yesterday nfternoon The Evening Post gave a full synopsis of the revdnuo bill, with the explanation by Mr. Wilson of the principles which have guided the committee which formulated the bill. The belief ofjlho members of the committee is the belief Stated two hundred years ago by Dudley North, that peace, industry and freedom bring trado and wealth, and that no benefit comes from obstructions to commerce, exactions, taxation and penalties Tho first radical departuioof the bill is in the substitution of a tax according to values, instead of a specific tax on importations regardless of the cost. The specific duty was a device for concealing from tho victim tho extent of his Hiiirbrings. It taxed the articles used by the poor vastly more in proportion to their value than tho aiticles demanded by tho rich. It placed a tax on steel rails of 8, which remained at that figure long after tho price had fallen from $150 to $5o. By a specific tax the tax does not decline as the price declines but it is inflexible. Under the now system the tax on steel rails will be 25 per cent of the value, which is $18 or $20, making tho duty not $U or $17 or $18, but $4.50 or $5.00 a ton. Tliis principle is adhered to with consistency through tho whole bill, and of itself relieves the industries of tho conn try from an immense bnrden. Tho committc then proceeds to enlarge the free list, removing the duties on the articles which lie at the base of nil our great industries; coal, ore, wool and wood, agricultural implements, etc., etc., etc., Here is another step forward. Not for a generation liavo the people ot the United Stats had such promises of freedom, such aids to industry, such incentives to trade. Tho boldness, the wisdom, the firmness and the faith manifested by tho committee will inspire the Democratic party all over the country with new hope and new devotion. At last tho promises of relief are to become living realities, and the platform of tho party is to bo interpreted by nn act of $-- out and go to cliurch. v. J. II. Ilaynes, Owensboro, Ky. Since using the Electropoiso I feel at least '20 years youneer. G. W. Flint, Skylight, Ky. I believe .the Electropoise to bo the greatest invention of tho age. Miss Mat-ti-e McNary, Greenville, Ky. The'Electropoise has given perfect both 'cases, ono neuralgia tho other rheumatism, nnd the results have been perfectly wonderful. Richard J. Wlielan, Bardstown, Ky. Thanks to the Electropoiso for what it has done for mo ami my family. It has cured indigestion and liver troubles, besides giving almott immediate relief for toothache W. E. Willett, Carlisle, Ky. I have used the Electropoiso in my family from my mother-in-la73 years old down to tho baby ono year old witli tho happiest results iu all cases. Several of my neighbors have them and all well pleased. Everybody should havo one. F. M. Callahan, Verona, Ky. To me tho work of tho Electropoiso is n mistcry almost a miracle. Rev. J. I. Rodgers, Danville, Ky. The Electropoise lias cured me ol asthma and kidney trouble. I. Yocum, Tuylorsvllle, Ky. I am wonderfully pleased with the Electropoiso nnd would not be without it for any consideration. It lias dono a world of good for me already. Mrs. Jonathan Reid, Kuoblick, Ky. Money could not buy the Eh ctrupoise from me. It lias given my wife wonderful relief from Rheumatism. C. W. Wright, Campbellsville, Ky. I regard tho Electrop the wonder of the Nineteenth century. My wife, though not yet well, is better than sho nas been for fifteen years, having been a coiibtant sullerer and confined to her bed with little prospects of ever being out, but is now up and about. II. l Woodward, UnrdyvilleKy. The Electroj)oisfl has done 1110 a great deal of good. Isaac Duncan, Lewisburg, $300,000 WORTH OF for Dress Suits', worth $15 and 913. for Fine Suits; and $18 Clothing, Shoes, worth $20 Hats and Furnishings FURNISHINGS ALL in the and Get a Burro 1 We have imported n heard of genQlA QQ for very Fine Suits; wortli $22 and $20. tle Burros, and will present one free every day to the customer in our Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing Q 1 iy QQ for tho Finest of $25 Suits Departments who guesses nearest to tho woieht of tho Burro in our win dow. Guess Cards free with every Now is purchase in Hipso departments. tj)l.0 For Men, Boys and Children, that would tako a pago of this paper to Mail enumerate, cut in proportion. orders filled promptly. Giant Slaughter Uomo and Buy for your Boys. the Time and the Opportunity to Fit out for Winter g Mail Orders Filled Promptly. New Fail Catalogue New Ready. KJernIifcn5 $ Simon5on SKoe 0.12J CIoIIiin Qo. Murket St., Bet. 4th nnd 5tli. LOUISVILLE, KY. ii.s At the appointed hour the hack in question was drawn up at the Mauckport landing and a skill" put oft from tho Indiana shoro for the trist-in- g place on this aide of tho river. But liko tho "letter," the parties that they longed for never came. And from last accounts, both harkman and ferryman wanted to whip komehody. As many aro wanting tho words to tho popular song "Tho Peanut Girl.", 1 givn them below: is yet to be told. wandered down the other il.iy Along the river strand, And there I met the pretty mnid ' stand, That keeps the pen-nI her, she j,'Ici! tne, bhe looked so very grand, None can surpass the blooming lass That keeps the pea nut stand. , 1, Chorus Oh! Mic drets'd so neat, she looked so sweet I couldn't hardly ..land, , . My heart it palpitated so, It shook the peanut stand. 1 overcrowded, but which always has rooln enough and to spire for the teal builder rI he first duty of Mich 11 builder, when he has laid his corner stone, is to discard forever tliu thought of failure, to look upon Biiocvps as already nchieved; and so of an ounce of strength without the wat-tto put his whole soul into tho work of each day. A sublime faitli rarely fails bt its reward. With reverence bo it- said that there can be no greater satisfaction to God than to take him at his word, and to believe in the best and work for tle highest. Christian Union - who, putting ids faith in tho right of the best to win and of the highest to succeed, sets his hand totlio building of a now structure in a world tliot always st eiiis g 1 ii RATE8: istsi lBm3sMssMSgssassr-- " I r CHOLERA FRESH ODTBREAK ? GREGORY CL0VERP0RT, - CO. KENTUCKY. BANK OP WhARFMASTERS, Also Wholesale and Itetall Dealers in IN BERLIN HARDniSBURG Capital Stock $25 000. Surplus $7 GOO. . Ky. Alarm for Its Invasion of America Well Founded. The telegraphic dispatches of January the outbreak 01 cuoicra anew, in lierlin, (33 cases and 10 deaths belnr; reported. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among the alarming possibilities, all stomach and bowel troubles assume an importance beyond tho ordinary, and Bhonld meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, icholera infantum, diarrhea, dysentery, flux, colic and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatulency, distreas after eating, etc., all point conclusively to a bad condition of tho stomach and bowels, and all such disorders should be corrected at onco, Mr. H. L. Wilson, Stumptown. W. Va., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho best medicine I ever used for pains ; for cramps and colic in children, it can't b beat. For flux, it Is'tlio king." Mr. B. L. Ulenkinship, of Tooldy, Wl Va., has this to say: "Last April I had an extremely sovoro attack of diarrhea I had twenty-on-o actions of my bowels in less than two hours. I took three doses pf Lightning Hot Drops nnd it relioved ine instantly." Lightning IIol Drops is tho safest, surest, quickest' remedy ever compounded ior eacn anu an ot tne above complaints. Moreover, it cures all nains. external and internal, and is the best safeguard known' to destroy the ovil efTeeta of a change of1 water or diet. Pleasant to'takej Sweet-- i ened, children liko it. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by al 'dealers In medicine, at 25c, nnd 50c. a bottle, on the guaran-- i tee: No relief, ho pay. Try it once. Bo not deceived. Look for Trade-Mar- k of natives gathering herbs. Made only oy tiro weuicine vjo.,springnoiu, unio. 21st report Yellow Pine Flooring and Ceiling, Shingles, Congress. W' Following this enlargement of tho free list, tho whole iron bchedule is revolutionized; tho extortionate and extravagant duties imposed to prohibit importations aro reduced to a reasonable basis. Freo wool brings in its train greatly reduced duties on clothing, bedding carpets and nil tho products of wool; 10 p. r cent as against an average under tho JIcKinley act of 80 per cent. And so, throughout tho whole bill, tho aim is to cheapen the necessities of life to the poor, to multiply for all men the comfort of living, to reduce the difficulties in tho path of the industrious. The sugar tax is reduced tho tax on eggs, vegetables and other food products is abolished. The more thoroughly tho bill is exam ined thn more satisfactory will it appear. There is no attempt to abolish at ono time tho whole system of protection. Tho fact irt recognized that the law has built up many foolish hopes, has held up false inducements, has done much wrong. All cannot at once be righted, but the work begins, and beginri aright, and relief is given and greater relief is promised. Tho bill is the best possible answer to all who assailed tho party on tho ono hand for its destructive purposes, and on tho other for its timidity and indecision. It is a bold, sound, comprehensive measuro of reform; it is a peoples' bill, drawn in the interest of the masses, drawn to reduce taxation and increase tho revenue. It is Democratic throughout, and will commend itself everywhere' to popular support. It is a notabio report, and puts on tho statuto books the verdict rendered by tho peoplo at the polls. one-half; A Democratic l'oor.tIun-lIcliliif, Itevciiiic-UiiUtii- g, Common- - ense Document. Tho Willson bill may bo defined as a diagonal cut betweeu the Morrison hori zontal and tho McKinley perpendicular tariffs. It bears lightest upon tho necessaries and heaviest upon tho luxuries Jof life, without anywhere reaching tho prohibitive heights or the hurtful depths It is a Democratic, revenue-raisinscientific, common-sense- , just and equitable system of American itaxation, and for that very reason will call forth howls of rngo from the heretofore favored classes. The thing for the Democratic Congress to do is to put it through in short order, so that all may bo adjusted to its beneficent conditions before thero is another opportunity for tho rascals to stampedo tho fools. Ix)uisvillo Times. g, IXo ICcveniio Only Dcinocriscy. f New York Sun. In II, And No Wo have read Prof. Wilson's tariff bill. It may bo called a sound protectionist document from ono ond to tho other. Thero is no rovenuo only in it, and no Democracy. If McKinloy had made it ho needn't bo ashamed of hjs work. " lie might differ with its details, but its principle would warm his honest old heart. And it is tho work of Democrats ' and tariff reformers! led . tiii: jvmv TAitit'F mo-- i STANDPOINT. a he. TliolTIoat Ilntllcal Keveiiuc Iricusjure Ever Attempted In An AincrW can t!ougre. Calamitous to The Country. Ho IlsPamanc Will a . To what base uses we may return, HokatioI Imperial CHsah, dead and turned to clay, Might stop a hold to keed the wind awayl I Owe It To suffering humanity to tell the great benefit my wife has received from Parks' i' Tho deed is dono so far as tho Commit-,te- o Sure Cure,tho truly great Livor and Kidof Ways and Mcnnscan dq It, nnd ney Cunt. She has been constitutionally tliuJcK.niey tariff Is o bopractlcally wrecked for several years. Tried over-thindono"a way with 00 ft- - aa Its protective fruitlessly. After much persua features aro concerned. At least that is sion from my druggist backed by his what tho repprt'of tho committed im- guarantee 1 bought a bottle 01 1'arks' plies, Thorricosurc is tho in oat radical Suro Curo and tho results nro more than rovoKuo measuro ihat lias over been at- wonderful. W. P. Bayes,2404 Jones St., tempted in tho American Congress. Tho Omaha, Neb. A. K. Fisher, druggist. Cincinnati Tribune. g' . and may you meet witli Jtnany of tho pleasant acquaintances that I was loth to part with while on my "shadow-grabbingtour through tho sunny south three years ago. Some peoplo say tiiut thoy don't like the southern peoplo they aro too much "stuck up." I for ono can say, that I nover was hotter treated by strangora in my life, and when I occasionally look over tho many likenesses' that I yet retain of thoso who have shown many eyldences of friendship to mo while traveling through several of tho Bouthorn states, I have a longing desire to bo witli then again and ever and anon find myself breaking forth in sad refrain with tho old darkey ; ''Give me do songs ob cotton land, etc." A wedding took placo in our midst tho 29th Inst., of somewhat romantic proportions. Tho contracting parties were Ilaynes Board and Miss Bettio Fousheo. Our young friends had planned to run off, a hack had beon ongaged to convoy them from Mauckport to Corydon, Ind., where tho marriage, ceremony was to bo performed. But as Burns iys, "Tho best laid schemes of mice and men, gang oil to riot." Tho old folks got nn inkling of tho coureo affairs had taken and prevailed on them to desist from tiieir headong courao and marry at homo It will bo'remombored that Miss Bettio Bettio was livljg witli hergrand-mother- , Mrg, Morgan's MjEllzabethMprgan. neV rcaluenco ol pantUomo appearance was just completedin time for the wed ding. But thoathusing part of tho Affair " Chorus I asked her If she'd like to have A man of my estate? She munched n handTul of peanuts, And said you've come too late, I am the organ grinder's girl, And him I mean to we J. Do you suppose I'd give htm up, And marry you Insteadf SIROCCO. Chorus girl, Wheat Is looking unusually well fof Oh! how I love that pea-nNo one will ever know this season of tho year. I wish that organ grinder man Farmers are very busy gathering corn Was grinding down beiow, And now n broken hearted man and preparing for winter. I wander through the land. Sil Arnold will remain on the Wojd-so- n My soul a bustln' for the gal '1 hat keeps the pea-nu- t Hardin farm next year. stand. Chorus ' Iven Squires lias rented 8. P. Wool-folk- 's If I could play the organ well, farm near hkron and will move I'd go to grinding too, there Xmas. And I would cut as big a swell t s do? Ben Bowley and Ben Currant contom-plat- e A other grinders 10 war,- nui as 1 uiun'i go vr a Voyago southward. It seems And loose a leg or hand, like these two hoys aro endeavoring to I've lost for aye my pretty lass, stand. discover a now world. Placid bo thy That keeps the pea-nChorus voyage I think it is tlm greatest curative agent in existence. Miss Uoulay Dale, Ruesoll-vill- e Ky. I am much pleased witli my experience with the Elictropoiso and believe it in advance of any known remedy for tho restoration of tho nor al condition of the system, nnd it has been proven so practically as well as theoretically. Dr. J. W. Clarke, Augusta, Ky. My house was n regular hospital until the Electropoiso was placed in it. A. G. Neweum, 1232 Second street. Louisville, Ky. The Electropoiso restores wasted vitality and tho claims made aro not exaggerated. Mrs. G. G. Bersot, Louisville, Ky. Address DuBOIS & WEBB, Norton Block, corner Fourth and Jefferson streets, Louisville, Ky. 1 Laths, Lime, was frizzled o'er her brow, were slightly cross'd, Her face was thickly freckled o'er, Kike mildew mixed with frost, o Her gown of richest Hung low upon her neck, 'f' , And sundry graces round her see ,. With spots ot grease litdeck'd. Ittr hair iter eyes Brick, Sash and Blinds, and all kinds of BulMfag Material. Doors, Hair, ' Cement, fi. F. HEARD, President. WILL MILLEK, Vloe.Preildc.nt M. II, BEARD, Cashier. "J Yr Sole Agents for Homestead Fertilizero and Troy Bone Meal. O. W. BKAKD' MORRIS ESK1UDUK R. Jl. JOLLY. i - .Dire tor Chorus hiosicd up how do you do My pretty lass I pray, I'm hunkadnra, how are ynuf Come buy some nuts 1 ,, INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS & Orders accompanied with the casli promptly rilled Louisville, St Loots Texas bald,l I'll take a half pint If jou will sell 'em low And throw me In a kiss to boot She said go long old blow. TABLER'S BUCKEYE. TIME SCHEDULE M 7:00 o'clck JVmI Bound 63 nsro. ai. 1 1 Co. Taking- Cffcct A, V, Sunday. June 18, 189 Traim STATIONS Eatt Bound 52 Tra. 0INTMENT MsMslsmMM Kxpr's Kxpr's Dally 630 pm Mail & Daily 7 45am 800 Mail & Kxpr's Dally 12 12 CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. MHHHBIMaMsl sssjh tjsssjiss bV iv.un'n A and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. TnpM bj EICH1SD90J HIDICISZ SURE CO., ST. 720 723 780 763 7 41 8 01 908 915 9 24 9 32 9 40 8 40 8 44 8 59 Kentucky St. 25 West Point 11 45am Howard 1140 Rock Haven 1117 Long 1) ranch 1108 Brandenbure 1058 Irvington Webster Lodiburir Hkron Guston 1049 pt ,.ar 40pm 8 45pm 762 7 48 830' LOCH. 8M 820 833 8 41 8 18 A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! 'Positively removes BONE SPAVIN, IUugbone, Splint, or Curb, IN 48 HOURS, vv iiuoui run. jrtSik spavin cuitf 845 864 869 9 01 915 920 932 9 41 9 48 948 956 10W 1010 1018 1022 1025 1038 1043 1064 1040 103a 1022 1014 1010 1002 "West Holt Cloverport Shops Pierce Siutple '942 937 967 927 91G 958 965 $500 Reward For Failure or Slightest Injury. l 954 958 05 1021 10 This the Greatest Wonder of tbeisth Century, astonish. Inc. s It docs, the entire Veterinary world. 1033 1043 1065 1103 1111 1116 1120 1120 1142 1255-- Sklllman Hawcsvllle Pctrie Lewfsport Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Stanley Worthington Heads Spottsville Oasketta ar.Hcnders'n Iv Griffith Kalcon Cayce 908 902 868 8 62 527 512 4 66 714 707 668 645 638 630 625 618 614 611 600 665 6 44 635 722 736 729 621 618 1100 1103 1205mn 1216 12 312 800 764 7 61 8S5 822 I The Risks of Faith Men who achieve great things and secure largo results aro obliged to tako great risks. This element of uncertainty in the outcome of the enterprise is often forgotten when success crowns the men and tho work. It seems then to the onlooker as if tho course had always been a straight one; tho doubts, perplexities, anxieties Bnd dangers nro all outof sight, It is, however, in meeting these dangers and tho overcoming of these obstacles that tho real nobility of success lies. Tho greatest hour in a man's life is not that in which the world recognizes what ho has done.but tho hour in which, in his tremendous struggle witli obstacles ond circumstances, ids power prevails against nil that stands in his way. Tho critical hour in tho history of tho great painter is not when nil the world gathers round his picture) but when, In the long struggle to sustain himself and give hlg ideal expression, ho is tempted to abandon his purpose and turn Ills hand to tho convenient pot boiler. Tho hour of real triumph for the business man who has ft noble enterprise in his mind and on his hands is not when fortuno flings a a crown on his effort, but when, against unfaith, lack of resource, sluggishness, and untoward conditions, besets ids own win immovably ana carries his point. Columbus was not so great when ho set foot on tne new world as when, on that 1 tempest-toss- o voyage, ho held his own purposo against the insubordination of his sailors. Every energetic spirit will uuihcbh tiiat 1110 greaiesiexniinratlonand delight comes, not from established success, but in tho hour of uncertainty when tho man matches himself against a world of obstacles and realizes that his fortunes aro at Btako. fiuch risks aro not thoso of the gambler, or of tho rash and Inconsiderate speculator, but of the wan Sworn Proofs Mail ed Free. Circulars and 1110 1118 1128 21 2 24 Dr. Guy Chech!, No. 378 Canal St,, NewYorfc. 1135 1254 1150pm 1 10pm 231 1238 1248 743 735 727 720 705am 443 435 422 417 414 4) 4 01 364 350 Louisvi'le.Uadinsburg&Western EFFECT JULY 20, vvesiuouna Trains Hast Bound ually Daily Dallv ex Sun, ex Sun. STATIONS. ex Sun, No. 6 H, H, TAKING No. 2 TIME TABLE. 1891. WE TELL YOU Train. Dallv ex Sun No ENDLESS VARIETY AP Qf all kinds of Novelties gold and silver i'latud.wnrt, Musical Toy(, Candles, Instruments, I'rutts, Cakes, etc., all at hard- -' time prices. Tin sure and see our nice line ofCblnawaro nnd also do nut forget (hat In books we can not be hrat as to quantity and low prices, tye .have (he right thing for tvtry person. Com and spa qw totwe, can makp your money go, Yours for low prices e c nothing new when we state that It pays to enrage In a permanent, most healthy and pleasant bust, ncss, that returns a prollt for every day's work. Such Is the business we oircr the working class. We tench them how io make money rapidly, and eyvry one giarnutee the making who follows our Instructions of 8300.00 n month. Every pno who takes hold iiiivr uml works will surely and speedily Increase their earnings; there can be no question about It; others now at work are doing It. and you, reader can do the same. This Is the best imylng business1 that you have ever had the chance to secure. You will make n grave mistake If you fall to elve it a trial at once If you grasp the situation, and act quickly, you will 1!r!?tiy ih roiirself In a mot prosperous s wmiv" rim sureiy inase, ,unu save urgesMma of money. The result! of o nly a few iqurs vrprk will often eoual a week 'a wares. iVI letncr you are old or younir. man or woman. It ..- ,. -i r uo M wrim you, ana sua iiiHtcs no umvrenco, cm will mm you at the very start, Neither exnerlenot or capital necessary. Those who work r rewarded, Why, pot write to day for of u full particulars, free K. UALLUN CO.. No.l ZO 1130am Lv Irvington 12 10pm 12 12 42 118 Kirk 130 Jolly 148 Glendeane 165 Demnster 215pm arFallsIloughlv 260 Hock vale 302 Huth 314 Asklns 329 Oaks 4 uarfield Harned Hardinsburg At 6 21 No. 2 930am 835 815 760 715 705 644 634 614am 564 529 iii ' 00pm ArFordsYillcLv 600 4 45am it.iii. "" THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIR LIKE. (L. K. A BT. h. R. R.) ! - SHORTEST, QUICKEST llos No. 4XO, Augusta, Me St. Louis, AND HB8T LINK TO AND ALL P01NT8 Evansville West and We1 are prepared supply Lumber prinptly in large or small Its, f r all purpses. South-Wes- t. T 11 P. N. D'HUY. la n rfTr. LUMBER t HERON & OO. Tint-Carin EflTect July 3!, 1892, d Lr. Looiivllle 8;05 a.m...8:2 p.m.4:l n m Arr Bt. Looli 7t20 pa ...6:45 m ByaniTille 1,20 10.00p.rn T,f vTtcmntil:D'ctllonoTt,idtt''' Ag't'B,-''0B'- 3.MnE1Ci J. B CAMPBELL' '' SULZER'S. OLOVBEP0RT, KY 1 A' lou.TllU.Ky City Ticket Office, S. W. Cor Third & Malt, St., Loulivlllo, Ky J'Vt y s W , f- pnwr?y-niii(ynjji- ii -. ...iri jj.jjb r ,i.' Jfcl THE f. i. 1 m - - - m tr A -- - 4 " "i"1. r- - , . --w-w ii ,' s. :. jt-s-a ,t "' ' .- -. -- y ir ww-w- w V s '' 'i w'"'' i , w. "i VOL. XVIII. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1893 - " y Jb r i SI V w X & play to by tho McKinley . .Bill. natural and healthyhim from production to tho free list all tho taxes paid onbill trusts and becauso neearly aii emancipates it liku combinations of capital. went to tho public treasury. A strong Here Ic Is In All Its Sweet- - "As to details of the bill, 1 will brief- desire among me in be re of the commitf U16 tee was lo piit bii nd valorem duty of 20 ly recapitulate the salient clnin$i ness. or 25 per cent, on it, and to abolish tho several selit dules. loads to Consumption. Stop ..:. "In tho chemistry schedule wo liave bounty at onto. After much consideratho Cough, heal tho Lungs A Democratic Document Throughout transferred to the free list quitora .num- tion It was, decided to reduco to one-hal- f ' Whioti and strongthon tho System Will Meet The Approval refined sugars, to repeal tho ber 6f articles' used In uianufactbring)h the duty with most iinporlunt of which' Is sulphuric bounty one-eigof Tho People. each year, leaving raw acid, ono'of the commodities of all chem- sugar untaxed nt present. "In the tobacco schedule, those rates Ad Vaioram Duties And Free Baw ical industry. Tho duty oh casforbli Is reduced from 83 to 35 cents per gallon. wero Bought which would bring most Materials The Main Features. And tho duty on linseed oil, .which was revenue. Tho present taxes of $2.75 revised to 35 cents bv tho '.conferenco per pound on wrapper leaf have blotted READ AND STUDY, committee of tho McKinley b'ill" after many small establishments and actually each house had openly voted for a flower impaired rovenuo. Wo make tho rateB Tho following is Mr. Wilson's sum duty, we put at 15 cents n ghlfon? !Pig $1 and St. 75 per pound on wrapper leaf tho Cream of Cod-liv- er Oil lead being reduced from 2 to lf'.cfint a and 35 cents and CO cents per pound on mary of tho now tariff bill : and hypophosphltes. It Is "The)emoOratlc members of tbecom-niitteo'o- n pound. Lead paints aro conspicilotisly filter tobacco unstemmed and stemmed palatable and easy on tho in each. Manufactured tobacco is put at ways and means iinvo felt na redurcd. Physicians, tho 'Tho McKinloy bMIncreWdjbddhtj; 40 cents, Cigars aro reduced from $4.50 none others could feel tho momentuons world ovor, ondorso it. rcbiwrifiibillty resting upon tlium, and on opium iprupared for smoking to, $2' a per pound and 20 per cent, nd valorem the maRnltude dlfllrulty and delicacy of pound iu the vain Jiope of Icwonnglits 'to $3 per pound and 25 per cent. It is Don't be deceived by Substitutes! tho duty assigned them of framing tho importation. T)ie custom hoUs8'oflieeri believed to bo the mot,t productive rovfnpirt Ljr Scolt k Bowm. N. V. A Drucgl.U. tariff bill for a nation of 76,000,000 peo- on the pacifto coast declare that-thi- s inj enuo rate and Is higher than tho law of crenso 6f duty has simply placed it in (bo 1S03. ple. 'Llyo animals aro put at t20 per cent. reason to feel, over this bill. It had 'The bill. thdy w re called on to re- hands of stnugglers,, the bjrlngiiig ; of form ia a Vast and labyrinthian system of opium to tho demoralization of tho) cusi Barley is reduced from 30 cents per hoped for a bill embodying less of the ' class taxation, tho culmination of 30 toms sen. ico and the loss of over lfaif a bushel to 20 per cent, which is about 12 Protective and moro of tho Revenue theories of Tariff legislation. Tho manyears control oi tiio taxing power ly a million revenue. The dutv n'ronoscd is cents. 'Breadstuff, of which we aro immense' date of the last Nationnl Democratic Confew great interests, gathering into their believed to be collectible, and will put train a host of petty toll gathering. It thii traffic Under government' control exporters, are made free, except when vention was sufficiently explicit Its imported from countries putting duties ratification by tho people was sufficientwas carefully framed to provent, as long and BUpereessidn. aa'possible, what its author called "any "In tho pottery schedule reductions' on our Ijke products, in which case it is ly emphatic. Tho claim set up by those timorous and treacherous Democrats, monlceylng with tho tariff," by which he are made. Plain white wares decreased 20 per cent. whiclfitmys "First, vegetables, fruits, eggs and like who havo not yet recovered from tho meant any successful effort of tho people from tho high schedule in to undo or to lessen the bounties which teriously crowded itself. Decorated 'waro fruit products nro untaxed for the benefit taint of Ilandalllsm, that tho Xeal plank iUbtnifluiarlts were permitted to writo is reduced from tJO to 45 percent! Un-- f of our owu consumers, largely tho work- In tho platform was a scheme to embartherein In Hair own words of their own decorated from 5 to 43 per cent? !ln ing people of tho cities. Salt In bulk is rass tho nomination, perhaps to defeat election, of G rover Cleveland, is a lljmri'. common window glass, where close com- - frcej iu packages tho salt is free, but the tho to the free list proper biuatiohs have kept up the pried tocon-- , covering dutiable at rates prescribed foi falsehood as mean as it Is cowardly. Equal"It transferred ly so is tho plea that tho plank was and fruitful revenue articles' where ino-- t sumersundir tile scales of duties aver- like articles. adopted through misapprehension, or ho taxes p.iid by tho people were re- aging 100 per cent u reduction of )'n6ro; 'The tariff on spirits Is put .at doublo of f ceived by their movement and greatly tnan has ben made in all the tho internal revenue rates on like spirits precipitately under a midnight whip nnd increased rati s of thesarticlts where all larger sizes. Thero is no doubt that and some slight reduction is mado on spur. It represented precisely tho aspior most of the taxes paid by tho people these rates will permit A veryfliealthy still wines, malt liquors, ginger ale and rations of tho party, which been thorwent into private coffers- - And It was growth of tho industry hef6. In ilato" like beverages in tho interest of increas- oughly advised, tho will and temper of bolstered up by many defenses, cbk'f glass reductions nro made tho largest ed rovonue. Tno duty on sparkling the convention, which know perfectly among which are a swept and garnished sizi from 50 cents to 30 cents per gqudro wines is likewise slightly reduced for the what it was about. Tho voters of tho United States, alike same reason and that on champagne betreasury, and a swollen and colossal scale foot, on silvered from GO to 35 cents. Republican and Democratic, want honof permanent expenditures, such aro the "In the iron and steel schedule we ing put at $7 per dozen quarts as against conditions that confronted us at tho begin wjth frge ore. The, discovery of 8 hi tho McKinloy bill and SO In tho est politics. They want plalu, square, issues, logically pursued to locical cou- tho immense deposits ofBessemer ores law of 1803. threshold of our work. &$ wolcomeUinfor-mutio- u in thejlnkeiregions and of foundry ores "In cotton manufactures substantial sequences. Tho reason tho Becond-rat- o "Tho committo have and counsel frorasvery4trust-worth- y inAlabaniau!as rapidly sweptfuTs to tho reductions are mado, especially on cheap party leaders of tho timo can not rely source, and while they do not leadcrshTp of tho world in the production cloths and prints, and the existing sys- upon their following, nor keep their exact their bill to escape just criticism of iron and steel and brought near at tem of taxing by count of thread in tho voters together during any long or fixed in all of its details, they do present to band an undisputed supremacy in the square inch is retained. Hemp and flax period, is that thay havo no convictions great Gold of manufactures. The use of are made free; dressed lino of hemp and that they dare stand by and fight for, tho country as the result patient, anxious toil and of an honest steam shovels reduces the cost of mining flax 1 and 1 2 cents respectively. Bur- but are forever looking over theirshould-er- a to see whether some shadow, or othdesire to diFcharge their duty, purged of to a point w hero tho wages paid "natu laps and cotton and grain nnd bagging er, is not following them. In n word, all taint of local and personal favoritism ral labor are irrelevant, rig iron wo are put at 15 per cont. but when import or prejudice. reduce from 0.72 per ton, which is from ed for covering of articles to bo exported they do not net honestly either by themselves or by their constitutcuts, and as a 5() to 00 per cent, to a uniform duty of duty free. "Its main features are two. " Wool is' made free. This takes tho rule, too lazy to equip themselves for 22 2 per cent. A rato somewhat highadoption "First The wherever it seems practicable of ad valorem instead er in proportion than the rest of the stilt from under woolen manufactures serious debata, thoy do not know enough intrepidity, of specific duties . schedule becauso of cheap ireight rates, and begets the hope that tlioy may re- to distinguish between "Secondly, the freeing from taxep of on foreign pig, it being a favorite freight cover from tho languishing condition which is safety aud prudence, which is . In which they havo been for n quarter of ruin. those great materials of industry that lie on westward voyages. Tlia Courier-Journfully understands "Steel rails wo reduce from 13.41 per a century, and that Wo may get woolen at tho basis of protection. the difficulties nnd obstacles which Chair"Specific rates of duty are objection ton, now 75 per cent, to 23 per cent. As goods at reasonable rates instead of at ablo for theso reasons. They frequent-- , the pooj which has kept up prices so duties that on the common grades freq- man Wilson has had to encounter nnd ly conceal a rato of taxation too enor- many years in this country seems now uently reach 100 per cent, and in cases which yet lie ncross his path. It would mous to be submitted to if exposed in ad disorganized, tho other producers will two or three times that merciless figure. in no wlso iucreaso them. Since states"Cloths and dry goods aro put at 40 manship seems to be tho art of comprovalorem terms, as the duty of 8 cents a Boon need protection, inoro against Mr, 100 pounds Carnegio at Pittsburg and Mr. Stirling at per cent, Clothing at 45 per cent; rates mising conflicting interests, and seeing on salt in hulk, which amounts to over 80 per cent, on a com- Chicago than against foreign producers. higher than the committee desired, but that this bill faces in tho right direction, mon necessary of life. They always bear !The residue of the schedule varies from deemed temporarily necessary because nnd indeed moves in tho right direction, heavily on tho common article used by '25 to SO per cent. Jtenms and girders aro our manufacturers havo bo long beon wo mean to support it. It is a better tho masses and lightly on the expensive 35 per cent, becauso of tho waste of cut- excluded from twothirdsof tho wool of hill than either of tho two Morrison Bills article consumed by tho rich, as a tax of ting beams and the va icly of lengths tho world that they will have the art of or tho Mills Bills, which on similar grounds wo advocated, although they $30 on all houses would be little or noth- and also of the frequent necessity of manufacturing with freo wool. A sliding on tho great mansion, and very high changing tho rolls in making beams and ing scalp is, therefore, addod by which fell far short of tho mark aimed at by Rovonuo Reformers. on the humble home. And contrary to girders, becauso (f tho irregular quan- tho rates in the woolen schodule aro to dome dqwn five points with tho lapse of Wo merely wish to disown responsibility common belief, specific duties lead to tities and lengths and sizes of orders. to thoso features which seem to us an "Tinplatcs are reduced to" 40 per cent, five years. greater frauds in administration, for ''Carpets, nn industry in which we will imposition upon the country, nnd to ox- of the Mcf weighing at tho custom a littlo more than counting and house are done by tho cheapest and most Kinley rato. This is a rovenuo duty, soon bo independent of competition, aro press disapproval oi sucn omissions as ought to havo been embodied in the easily corrupted labor, while ad valorem and nt tho samo tirr.o enough to permit put nt 35 per cent, tor Axminsters, and Wilton 30 per cont. for Brus- bill, reserving tho right In tho forthrates aro assessed by tho best paid and any existing mills to llvo and flourish. Cheaper grades of pocket cutlery aro 35 sels, while 'common grades 50 down to 20 coming debate to challenge whichever most responsible appraisers. of ts details that may illustrate tho caso "Tho ad valorem system has worked per cent, higher grades 45. Table cut- per; coni. fho bill provides that tho duly shall bo romoved from wool on of Freo Trado against Protection. well in practice, is essentially tho fair lery is put at 35 per" c!nt. Thero aro Tho Courier-Journdocs not expect on woolon goods system because it is a tax upon the actual very substantial reductions from present March 1 and all at ouco. It can wait. It will wait. rates, which bring specific reach in some July 1. "S.Y& of an article, and was declared by "In the silk scbedulo tho reductions of Tho oxperlenco already had in tho Ways Mr. Clay himself to bo in theory and grades of pocket cutlory us high as 00 according to every sound princlplo of per cent, but with releases of taxes on rates arp smaller than in cotton, or wool, and Means Committee telling ovor again the dreary story of shameless justice entitled to tho preference and raw material, especially on pearl dild on fabrics. greed, using every artifice nnd infiuonco 'Solo'leatber is reduced from 10 to 6 Ivory for handles, seems atriplo. vindicated by long trial. "Both copper oro and pig copper are per cent, leather gloves are classified ac- to retain its bounties, shows conclusively "The boldest innovation of the bill Is that, as long as subsidy is consulted nt its large free list of raw materials. made free, we being largo exporters of cording to material nnd length, nnd nro all in tho making of n Tariff Bill, tho serving only to uniformly rated at specific duties, which Taxes upon productions aro double tho latter and tho duty interests of tho many nro bound to sufwrongs. They gather and cumulate on enable the producer to seH higher to our average not over 23 por cent on tho comfer. tho consumers of finished product, Thoy people tilari to'oreigrJore.1 Nlckie is free mon varieties and near 40 per cont. on Tho Courier-Journhas never been a labor by harrow ing tho market for I,ad oro has a small duty'of 15 percent tjiolijlanib nnd kid gloves. hurt visionary. It may dream, but it dreams in ito schedule of sundries many what it produces. Coal and iron aro the Pig lead 1 cent a pound', silver' lead ores articles, like hatters' plush aro, put on with its eyes open, seeing tho light of foundations of modern industry. Mater- are restored td the free list. Unmanuday. Believing in something, it can not ial progress Is measured by tho amount factured htmber Is 'free'. Manufactured tiio free list Tho duty on cut diamonds dismiss from its mind any theoretical or at 25 lxJr cent, with the proviso pearls and other precious stones is Inof their consumption- - No other country is put doctrinal consideration that may apply can supply them us abundantly or cheap- that in any export duties or charges on creased Works of art aro, I am delightto current affairs. Yet. at the same shall bd ndmitted'Only ed to eay, put back on tho free list. ly as we can. .No possible competition foreign lumber, it "Tho above is a rapid summary of tho timo, recognizing tho laws of can Interfere with our producers a few at th6 rates now' existing. aud tho spirit of an intensely difficult subject to chief changes made by the proposed bill "Sugar has been a miles in tho interiorof tho country? .Reago, it knows how to accept tho of supply is deal with. Raw sugar was transferred nnd will give a satisfactory idea, I boliove material moteness from of its general structure. It is estimated situation as it may bo, and it does accept in itself enough disadvantage to' any that it will reduco revenues on tho basis tho present situation as it is. Bccllon of tho country without further Wo Bhall not predict great things. of tho. Importations of 1852 about $50,000 burdens in tariff taxes. Q 000. Something mora on tho basis of We Bhall go on no bonds to guarantee ores, coal, lumber, wool and! 1892'wiili'an immensoly larger decrease certain nnd overwhelming Democratic other things must immensloy stimulate victories. But; along with some of tax burdens to tho American pe6ple. production in certain parts of our counomissions and some objectionable "Tho administrative law is repealed features, it is not ouly not a wholly bad try. Tho thin edge of American manu- -' with a few amendments, suggested by bill, but in somo respects it Is n vory factures has entered every country. shall, metaexperience ;of its operation. That law good bill, and, wo rapcat, wofor With releases from taxes on their materphorically speaking, oto its final chiefly prepared by Mr. Hewitt passage, reserving tho right, which will vas ials thcro is no limit to tho growth of 'when ho was In tongress and the, changes bo also a duty, to propose to amend, or our foreign trade. This will mora than -- 4 proposed ltt'OurbhTaro to make it moro to strike out, wherover tho occasion incompensate' the h6me producers of raw vites, or requires, during Its transition material; who, fariff or no tariff, control l,m0 CMa'lW'fl f t? Sam added B09j' through Congr. si. any1 ing some of ,tno features all too interior of the country 'frOHtf by tho (Continued on sixth page.) McKlnleyblll hatf would treat the busapprehended loss of markets anywhere, oiTiJcquiTirr. BISTUCiaUTT. ; hi' iness of Importing as an outlawry, not along tho seaboard. Its incalculable . entitled to the protection of the govern-ment.-- 'vantage to labor Is apparent. In 'bVery' . great lino pf maijufatures jno canj proj Biamlng and CemplaUant. , feeling eitltlni duco in six months to njue montlis( lias 'it peaM-Hitt- i CoBnaepta of the Press. enough fbr our home market! We' dan' 'In tba bosom of W. It. Drown, Viola, low, when be wrote: 'Tho doctors pronounced talna q get rid of our surplus, only by foreign 'severe ceio of blood 'poisoning caused by ktduey Till WILSON HILL, trade. As long aq we havo taxes orj t.he dlae. Kept my bed two months. TneyBve' Mr. Wttttrraoii Does Net Mke It, CREAM me when, I sopj,FtpnT'a Kldqey, materials of industry wf can not build .end up, to die, Cure, Koon commenced dlchrg' The Hill t'stlU Very far Short liackacho of the Murk Aimed at by up that trade, hence the' "other allcrmV 'log matter la tho utIb. After Mktsr Ave bov i Kev ties, Vot l.Jfh.jUp4aad. Wry , tive, trusts to keen dowVproduetion to garded s a wonderful eure. I was expected to - dHHV'Kerormer. would be won- l ' die as I am 70 years old." Tola thehori.inirttkV" YEARS (U11'P8HT iderful It we were not used to receiving Just suea iiowevgu. Hats FOR Worm "Tho workingman can B60 whether letter, dually Kd"-la- ' lessale complaints, WII.I. lod alt Remedies. He rheumatism, heart disease; dropsy, and alt Coutlor.Journal.l his interacts are with a system that EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. blood diseases. Restores the kidneys, purines among It would not bo the blood nndneals the diseased tissues. prewej prcxJwti6Bjaadl"rdfe'!r!rn,Ifi its the result. It satisfaction sot Riven Health and brothers, If fair as Courior-Journ- friends - SOLD EVEItYWHKKE. mosey tho , refunded. Taice noiao a coius should affect an enthuslam, it has no rnpu4 tj EICU1RMOS HIDIC1IC IU., ST. LOUIS. . , ' 'i.iw r The New Tariff, '' We are nicely, NO. 20. NT Coughing HAVE YOU I is ow the time to come. Excrything Before tHeKush comfort- V Scott's tl Emulsion 1 1 EVER that Men, Women, $$ BEEN LU stomach. Boys, Girls and M B l n U -- G G S Children Wear. 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MH and Kxprsis going But... ...9 .42 .m. Quarterly Court next Monday, Miss Mar'f Pnsey, of Ixnusvjlli', spent I. Bah MannkriJ. Ontvday last, week nj .' " West.., ..10.38 a.m. Kjt'tMl-'- "' fVi Mr. Louis McChnv is on tho slclJ ThanWlVfnkVlfomfc.' lady from tho country rodo up In front Kst... ... fl.00 p.m. ' D.-" Weit.., . 9.15 p.m. list. . Lcwli was in Brcckf nrldgo last of ono of CloveroH'tf largo un rcanlile" " " "East... Uoer wight" From appearances it establishments. Mrs. Morris Kskridge has U'en nick fop w eeVio see after.hlHjruit farm, , " " Weit.., . m 9.30 a.m. several days. Miss Maude Hcrndon returned from was evident that she had romo to town to do some trading, and the store in front "Jlrs. F. Loeb, Louisville, was visiting Louisvillo last Wcdnesday'nlght. of which she liny stopped was evidently M . hero last week. & Misses AgtH'8'MnlinJ'and'gneBWnr-latx- l tho nuo of her choice. Across her sadv 7f 3 to' Louisville. have returned Sm. fobajvltt faimaBOwiiltun iroi.jucKs Bays wo arojif have plenty dle was snuug about n dozen chickens " Advent Is with us which tells "Christ nnd a lnOwejTsl)6ro,Dccfl4.nof Christmas snow. pack containing some Thoroughbred bronze turkeys for sale. Is near." Christmas Christ is here. kind of produce. Within a few feet of Mrs. Toyjor Beard. - Mrs. J. K. Ditto is. visiting her sister where tho lady stopped, one of tho . Grand Master "Workman, T. V. of tho Knights of Labor, lias re- ' Drflt. V. Burch, Jolly's Station, was Mrs. Harvey English, nearStephcnsport. clerks in this particular store stood on signed. Dick Ditto is grappling wlHi Malarial tho sidewalk talking to a friend. A hi tho city last Friday. fever and will surely down it soon, and wagon blocked the customers way to tho Look out for our big stock of Christ' TIck gamo of foot ball seemed to betbo mas goods. W. B.Hardin; ' stllo, but the clerk and his friend seemed we hope permanently. great fad in many 'leading cities, last Mr. Al Smith, of John P. Morton & not to notice it. The lady was compellMr. and Mis. Julo Hardin were hero Tha'nkfgivlfjg. Co., was here Jast, week, wielding tho ed to leap from her saddle to tho ground, last week visiting Mrs. J. A. Witt. which she did, lighting almost in tho Mr. Percy Beard was last week ap- bow as divinely as ever. I'nEsinE.VT Cleveland lias been Invited arms of tho clerk and his friend, but they Mrs. Young and sou, Peroy.camo down of tho city council. seemed not to see her. She removed to be'present at the next annnul dinner pointed a member from tho cityi tOi onjy -- Thanksgiving 'building-.Br6s are big the sack and chickens from the nuimal of tho lxmisvlllo Commercial Club. v "' Airs. lilanehV Fontaine. hew barn on their farm near this place. with with much difficulty and laid them on Father Herbuth will preach nextTSun-da- y the sidewalk, almost at tho feet of tho Mr. Alliens McCrcary; whq has (been JUdge Samuel E. Dellavcn died at his at St. George Bro. I lagan Saturday clerk and his companion, but these galhomo in Lagrange, Ky., last week. He visiting Mrs. V. Daniel, left last Friday and Sunday at the Baptist church. lant gentlemen seemed not to observe was One of the ablest and best known for California. The Aid at Mr. Bondurant's not only her labors. She went and hitched her (Mj-s- . jurists in tho.gtate. Kayo, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Will Hardin, has return-!e- d had tho "whirl and the catchV'ybut good own horse and, returning, gathered up old fashioned weavely wheat' was thrown her articles of trade and, brushing by The annual report pf Postmaster to Vino Grove. "uJ tl ) in. the two conversing statues, walked Tnto Bis3ell notes a marked improveWin. II. Bull has been at Union Slar Missts Nannie 'ami Allleno Murray the store, bending under tho weight of ment ,in tho general efficiency of tho for the past week afsisting Mr. Cashtnan two of 'Clover's". most attractive young her load. Tho accommodating (?) clerk posUil service the past year. on the assessors books. ' ladles are visitors of Mr. James Lewis' followed her with an offended air, as ii ' A darkoy named Brown was brought family. it wero n piece of unpardonable impu-denc- o PitoF. John K. Proctor, for many years here from Irvlngton last week and lodgthat customers should thus conio Kentucky State Geologist, has beon ap- ed in jail on the charge of rape. Tho "beautiful" has made its debut around, disturbing and annoying him pointed a member of tho Civil Service mucli to tho sorrow of neat housekeep"JI lfnv5tlftTIuTpfo;ed'Deiiorner,forf de ing, Commission by President Cleveland. but equally as much to the joy of with their patronage. hornlngcattle' aiul ntpVearty for worlc a Several persons who witnessed thero the juveniles. Vr;c, Ahl. 10 per head, o v proceedings and actions, from a distanco I.KTTKits from all parts have been sent' Still another girl baby at the parsonwere free to remark that that clerk deJames J. Severs has resigned as mogis; age this time. Bro Cherry to Secretary Carlisle for copies of his now has five tratoln"the Union Star district and It. of the female, persuasion and is not sorry served "firing" on the instant, and that speechon'the silver question "delivered his friend should receive n lecture on before tho'Nowj York Chamber 'of Comf B. Cox Is appointed to filliho vacancy. ' that this is of tho same sex. ; ' the subject of good manncn. nierce."? Parties, who havq cropsof fihoBurley Mr. Ben Brashe'ar, brother of Mrs. W. -- - v will do'well to 8PtfMfi tobacco II. Kifhurdson, of Louisville, and It. II. A Gkass Widow. Few persons in Clo. Mk. A. C. Tompkins; tho lteprcsenta-tiv- e Winebrinner, the tobacco buyer of our Brashcar, Owehsboro, died at West from Owonsboro, favors,, air amendvcrport know that it contains n grass town. Ky., last Wednesday. Point, widow, whose history is a little interestment to' the Constitution, uiiich will alAmos'Board has gono out of the hotel Will and Charlie Casperko with their ing. low tho convicts to bo worked on tho business. He is looking-ou-t for u posifriends, Prof. Oscar Dilly and A r. During the balmy days of last spring a public roads of tho state. tion in Louisville. Alex West takes his Bell all of Louisville, spent last Thurs young man living in tho neighborhood place. day with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cospcrke. of Webster, was frequently seen in this Tiikiu: is nothing startling in the All parties indebted to us will (please Messrs. Charley Shacklett and Gabo city. Ho was courting ono of thofair President's message. It is a plain, practi- como forward and settle as wo wish to Board, pupil's of Ilardinsburg Academy daughters of Cloverport. This cbnruThlp cal, conservative document, just such as wind up all our partnership business. spent Sunday here. Tho former with continued into the sultry days of sumMr. Cleveland always sends out. Get it Witt .t Meador. Miss Lida Haynes, tho latter with Mips mer when it became apparent that tho and read it and digest it ut your leisure. Mr. Gus. Shellman, who had his fool Virgil Rhodes. young couple were in dead hard earnest hurt some time ago, is improving rapidI heard our popular jailer say his dis- and the town gossips began to guess as to No agreement can ho reached between ly. Mr. Shellman says ho will be u can"But the trict had tho best teacher in the cjiinty. the date of the wedding the Board of Directors of tho World's didate for jailer. Coniinfosion-ersast- o Certainly Mr. Eugene Hardesty should course of true love" &c. The parents of Fair and the Southern Park There will be a meeting of tho stock- feel uplifted for many excellent peda- tho young lady objected. Not that they what shall bo done with tho holders of tho Ilardinsburg Normal Col- gogues tread her soil. had any objections to the young man World's Fair buildings in Jackson Park, lege at the college- - building next SaturChicago. Misses Ethel and Tula Williams, of ho was known to bo n nice, gentlemanly day evening at '.) o'olock. West Point, Ky., gave a handsome din- fellow, and of a good family but they Licensed to marry : J. W. Tuell to ner and reception last Thuisday. Miss did not want to part with their daughter Ik the Democratic Congress, which is now in session, will take a little Beatrix Meyer, John A. Hinton to Miss Ella Hendricks nnd Mr. C Bradley, at so early an age, she being only about sixteen years old. sound advice from Grovcr Cleveland and Dora Crulcheloe, James Itoberts to Miss Long Branch, were among the guests. As is usually tho case under such cirJohn G. Carlisle, thoy will experience Rose May Brown, John T. Gilpen to Miss Jennio Ditto returned last WedMiss Ksthcl Millburn. cumstances, an elopemont was planned. notrpuble in taking the kinks out of nesday from Ekron, where she has been Henry Cox, who worked on tho piko nursing her little friend, Lydia Guedry, There was to bo a picnic at Ilardinsburg this llnnncial muddle. on a certain date and this was the golden about a yeor ago, came over from Graywho has had typhoid fever I am glad CouTEr PolJPJohnson, editoi of the son county last Saturday as a witness in to know Lydia is bettor and that Miss opportunity for the couple to consumate their plans. To this placo of amusement The sht-rifhad a capias Mollio Board is out. Frankfort Capital and Public Printer of soino case. they pretendingly started, but instead of Kentucky, has just received a position as for Mr. Cox and arrested him and put What's the matter with that Guston taking the d train for IlardinsTreasury Agent for tho government w 1th him in jail. correspondent? Just like an old young burg they, a few minutes later, boarde'd headquarters at Chicago. The Colonel Mi. Elijah Board desires us to correct bachelor when ho does take upon him d tho with Cannelton, Iud., is a capable, good man, and having been the statement that has gone abroad to self matrimonial vows he's all devotion. their objective point. At this favorite honored with the good things of this tho effect that he is running as an indeGet over that honey moon, my, my, anp Gretna Green for young people of this land at homo for many years, this high pendent candidate for County Judge. take up tho pen this week for a littlo section of Kentucky who aro suffering and lucrative position tendered him by Mr. Board says ho will submit his claims while anyhow. We miss you. with an accelerated pulsation of tho Uncle Sam will create no surprise among to tho selection of tho Democratic paity. Ever so many dinners lost Thursday; heart, they, in tho sight of God nnd a his numerous friends in Kentucky. Tho Cloverport Oil and Coal Company neighbors, relatives, friends all gathered few other witnrsscs, repeated tho bindandTho Louisville Trust andSafty Vault in for feast and good cheer. The spread ing vows of wedlock nnd took upon ic County Committee, Company filed a petition in the Circuit at the St. Cloud was fine. The noor and themselves the yoke of constancy. which meets ut' Ilardinsburg the third' pourt yesterday askiniritbatyGeo. C. P. needy were not forgotten. No serious They were passengers on tho d Monday in this month, wJlKdoubtless Baker, sheriff of Hancock county, bo en"Texas" express tho same evenand call an early primary. There will bo joined from selling real and personal sickness prevails. Tranquillity going numerous candidates in tho field and on property of tho said plaintiff company. ' peace hovered like a wliito winged dovo ing, but gave Cloverport tho go-bover hearts and homes. on to the homo of tho groom. early primary will bo best, not only for T, C. Lewis & Co., aro not allowing Now comes the most curios part of Tho artists on east main havo eclipsed )YU0-evethe party t but for all concerned. r tllo hard times to detract from their themselves in all former achievements this otherwise every-dastory. Not is tho choice for any of the offices business. They will as usual havo a fine by giving to the public somo e will want to know jt, and .tho sooner, the realistic three weeks had elapsed before tho display in jewel rysilver ware, etc., dur- photos bride returned to tho homo of her better. So, too, with those who' arc- not' jofjthp "Bald Headed Grdup." ing Christmas holidays. 'Mr. Lewis has Seven of our prominent citizens posed parents to seek their forgiveness and to chosen. They will wish to go at something given many years to tho business and in graceful attitudes. Mr. It. II. Ncvitt ask tlietn to again take her under their else and not bo burdened with A long generally make's a handsomo selection of is offering somo five nt dollars ahead(col- - vino nnd fig treo for keeps. Of course, canvass. Christmas goods. lectively of courso) or six at reduced" she was received with open arms, and her father's houso has since been her Tub Perry county Farmers Institute, 'JVrti. j'llughes and Charlis Levering figures. First come, first served. will convene at Itome next Friday, tho" 'were bVfonCounty Judge Adkisson last N. B. Tho wives of said group are home. Sho makes no chnrges tignlnst her Sth'inst., and hold two days. At theso Saturday on warrant for n breach of not bidding. meetings important subjects, of live in- tho peace, hughes and levering aie The Messenger brings on another young husband, but just simply says, in terest, to agriculturists, aro introduced partners in tho saw mill business near prominent official or politician and in- an independent manner, that the experand thoroughly discussed by jtnen of tho Falls of Itough. Their relations, it sinuates that "elbow greaso" is not one iences of married life were disagreeable practical experience, and they should bo seems, havo not been very pleasant for of his characteristics. I hope ho may and unsatisfactory to her and that sho attended by every farmer, in' Perry and soino time, and resulted in a knock not need tho exercise of muscle ,and piefere single blessedness. This young widow is above the averBreckenridge, counties,., Thq program down betwcen'jthem ono.day last weclc. sinew in Legislative Halls. Bu there's Mr. Levering was tho attacking parly (published in lastweek's Nkws) is especno telling, such things have occurred. age in good looks, Is quite petite, wears ially interesting and It vill""bo carried and received'a fine of $25 and the cost; But ono thing surq we want him to exer- Misses' sizes, and, if met by a stranger, of $500 to keep cise ono out to tho letter. Valuable information and put under member of his anatomy freely. would almost bo taken for a child. may bo gained thero on tho different tho poaco for ono year. Mr. Hughes was An "unruly member" St. Paul says: STEPHENSPORT. kinds of soil, and tliqMdhda'o! crops best fined $10. "Govern It according to the demands, adapted to them ; profits in fruits, stock, but let it be heard in nil tho yeas and Items are Bcarce this week. Death of Waller Hayhes. poultry, etc.; farm machinery ; good nays and answer ".Present," nt every roll Mrs. Roland Sm'tli Is in Louisville this roads ; selection and preparation'of seeds; Waller Haynes, died suddenly in o call I, you remember; first nominated draining; fertilizers; education of farmlast Sunday night from the effects this town man believing he'd make a week. , Miss Katha Dowell Is the guest of Mrs. ers boys; necessity of organization among of a surgical operation. record to which tho county could jioint "When a farmer, or any farmers, etc. His death was a great surprise to his With pride. Wo all believe it and hope G. W. Payne. Miss Girtio. Elder has been tho guest ono else onco attends these meetings, ho friends and relatives hero and at Hawes-vill- ho'll succeed himself and when ho comes wants to go back again, and tho Itomo as nouo of them know that ho had homo that'w'ife'mmtt let him rest on his of her sister, Mrs. Owon Cunninghnm for sovernl weeks. session will no doubt be largely success been operated upon or was oven danger- oars. B. A. Copass, from Seminary, filled his ful. ously ill. Ho has been in bad health from Tho Union Thanksgiving services' last regularappointmentatthoBaptlstchurcli' childhood and went to Louisville some Thursday took Us out of the world' for Saturday nnd Sunday. SlOOBewurdVrOO. weeks ago to pit himself lindcr'tho care awhile and gave us a holiday time. Bro. It. A. Shellman is able to nltend to Tho reader of this paper will bo pleas- of eminent physicians. They deemed it jHagan could not bo present, Bro. Cherry business again. Wo are glad to see you ed to learn that thero is at least ono necessary last Tuesday to remove n tumor conducted the qxercjsts. , Ho .made a looking well Dick after euch gclgo. dreaded disease that science has been from his left side, from tho effects of stirring patriotic address (picturing tho Joe English, of Robert's bottom, has able to euro in all its stages, and that is which ho succumbed Sunday night, as beauties, opportunities and advantages an attack of pneumonia together with Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curo is tho only stated abovo. this fair land of ours .possesses and urged rheumatism. He 'lias" been ctfn'fiucd Waller Haynes was an cstimablo young positive cure known to tho medical overv ypurig person.to embrace- - educa- to bed for somo tlmb. man of a prominent Hancock county fraternity. Catarrh V'ing a constitutional advantages and tho Christian reliMr, and Mrs. Roland Smith gave quite tional disease, requires a constitutional family, and was individually wealthy. gion. Messrs. James Fairleigh, James a sumptuous Thanksgiving dinner invitHo was admired and loved by all who treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is takon Bryant, Tom Board, Andrew Fairleigh, few friends Mr. and Hfrs. Lanniu intornally, acting directly on tho blood know him and ho mado lasting friends and Dr. 1). 0. Pusey followed with ing a Smith and son Geo., from Owensboro, ho went. Ho was as gontlo and mucous surfaces ot tho system, wherever appropriate remarks. Bro, Clierry then thereby destroying tho foundation of loving as a child and always had tho puid a glowing tributo to women of this Mr, and Mrs. AVill Lennln, of Ilardinsburg; Misses Ella 'Smith; Georgia Hawmost sympathetic feeling for his fellow day tho disease, and giving tho patient and ago and spoko of tho many fields kins 'and Mrsf Jas. ,1'aynf, ill were en man. His big heart was always full of now 'strength by building up tho constitution open to her for a useful career for nicely. ' and assisting naturo in doing jts work. tho milk of human kindness, and he lias which there is causo to be thankful, Ho tertalned faltl) In given m6ie,away to the poor and needy asked Tho proprietors havo bo much 1 TO FASMEE8. for an expression from tho ladies its curativo powers, that thoy offer Ono than many men have made. His placo when Mrs. S. 0. Malin aroso and lam now ready and prepared to prizo Hundred Dollars for any1 case that it, can never bo filled in , tho hearta, of " his Jircsontquiet lady like manner responded. tobacco for farmers. Bring your tobacco 9 l fails" to'curo. Send for list' Cj( fetiniQHa famjly aiid friends. A "His romains passed down on thoT6xas mo singing was good, congregation to trie and I will prize and ship, it andl Address, V. J, Cheney (5c Co,, ials."" attentive Another Christian year has guarantee satisfaction in every instance. Toledo, O., 8rSold by Druggists, 75c. train Monday night and were deposited gono and-A- s each Thanksgiving rolls I havo dry hogsheads and competent and ,, in their last resting place ut Huwesvllle . 'round, wero our Joys and our sorrows experiencVdinen to handlp it. My charge, QUEENWARE. yesterday. v. weighed, in thoi balance there would be for 'pricing 'am delivering to depot' Is' Now is your time to'purchuso Queens-war- e un hack gout j allroorn om, rrnlly a an r,s nothing an equilibrium as" sure as you live. And $4 C0,per ijid Givo me a trial. and GlauflwarJ.iwiOiavoia fovv u Ot jrou aro fur so Wo can Jill return thanks if not in G, F. Oaiiter, romnents left, and aro closing out at it Ii general (leMilty. 'I ry ; sneech in thought. "Let all that hath nrii"Vfv iitikv ii frri Gross A Miller Warehouse, cost. AVa will'taftke it to your interest f II Will curo 7011, ami Kl re a goal appetite. Sou breath pralso tho Lord." to call. Babbagu's. Cloverport, Ky, in inemcioi. uraiiiu Passenger Dally arr.'ltafdlnsburg. 13i42 p.m. ooiko nsr. I'assooger Dally arr. llardlmbiirg., 7(50 a.tn " Is About tfo Numbor that Harry Hambloton Fire? Into Smith 1 J... 4.1 i ,1 I r L. 1 W ALLER TBk MJi X I i( I " W. " The Wotmd"lrSeVereTindP&ihful" Jm , l Miff ft " .1 Though It Will Not Prove Fatal. f , 1'itd f ') ipRtfMTSES" ..SIX PAGES. .r? AN ACCIDENT WHILE HUNTING. Last Friday morning while out hunting near Tar Springs, Harry Hambleton accident!) discharged his gun and tho charge lodged in the lower limbs of Smith English at close range. The particulars are about eh follows: Tho two Nlmrods left the city early in tho morning intending to hunt in the Tur Springs' neighborhood where gamo was reported to bo plentiful. About iO o'clock they were crossing Tar Fork dti a lot. English had passed over and wus standing on the'bank about twenty feet awa. Hambleton Was still on tho log aud as he sprang off tho log tho hammers of his guri caught in some brush and tho piece was discharged. Almost the entire charge struck his companion in tho tegs just above tho knees. Hambleton Is a boy only ribbht fifteen years old, and he 'was much frightened nt the accident. English told him t6 gq for help and he immediately set out. Ho first went td tho 1 nr Springs, which was only about a quarter of ,a inlle distant. Here ho found nobody, not even a keeper. Ho then went to afarrri house some distance' away and got a man to assist him. English waft removed with somo difficulty to tho Tar Springs, whero one of tho cottage doors was broken In. A Ore was kindled and the wounded man 'was stn tched before it on tho floor and made as comtortab 6 as possible. Hambleton then came tb town and notified Dr. Sitnons, who arrived at the Springs about 4 o'clock in the afternoon. English was brought homo in a carriage and when his wounds wero dressed it was found that about 40 shot had entered one leg and about twenty were in the other. Smith English is a son of Capt. A. S. English nnd is a j oung man about '2'. years of age. Ho was doing as well as could ho expected yesterday, and Vfill gv w'elj if nothing to ids disadvantage comes up in tho future Harry IiambUton, tho boy who shot him is a eon of James Hambleton. mm two-bush- 1'ow-dcrl- y, - Tho-Blyth- o a m m m m m m m m m Gen-Gener- al r The State Bank crnzo that went over this country ju8t,,btftiro tho war, dovolopcd many curious, Htyloa of currency, At ono time tho Mis eisslppi Valloy was flooded with hills, which had tho figure; of a big hound stamped on them and'Cworo known us ''Ynllor Dog" money. Tho Captain of ono of tho river steamboats was trying to work olT some of tho slUiT in buying wood. As ho came to 6no wharf after another, he called out "Tako Yaller Dog for wood"? and the answer was always substantially tho same. Thero was" more or less profanity and scarcasm from different dealers and all refused "Yaller Dog", at last however, the Captain got a reply in tho aflirmative. Tho boat headed for' tho wharf at onco and was made fast,when tho Captain remembered tlfat there was still one more questionrho asked "how do you take it?" Tho answer was "cord for cord." Mobal Tho value oi a promise it of a bank or business houso is not in tho high sounding phrases that may sppear on its surface, but in tho abjlity of the promisor to fulfill his agreements. "We promiso you a largo and be complete stock tb select fron when NJ K m m m for-sale- y " im m m m m m m you como and see us, and( prices tho lowest promises. and, vo fulfill our HAWESVILLE. IMalndealer. V E US T The protracted meeting which lias been in progress at tho Baptist church, continued nil this week in spito of disagreeable weather, and the Interest is unabated. Ilev. Dr. Solomon announced that he will hold services every night so long as the crowds attend and the evidences that the services ore doing good are so manifest, rieldom have the young people, and especially the young men, attended church so regularly, and the fact that several of them united with tho church is having a good influence on thd others. Dr. Solomon is expecting help for the latter part of this week. Take Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablets, n pleasant, harmless remedy, and positively cun-- the Tobacco or Opium Habit. ' All leading druggists sell it. s , r cast-boun- west-boun- east-boun- y, y new-mad- - A child of Jo Mclntyro about four years of ago while playing about a stove last Saturday was so badly burned .that it died on Sunday. Mrs. E. L. Clark, who is visiting Mrs. J. P. McBrido in Louisyille, will return to Hawesville Saturday. She is nor in perfect health nnd "baby" is recovered from its recent severe attack, Capt. Breidenbach will place machinery in his distillery to make axo and pick handles and spokes. If this is not turning the sword into the plow share wo don't know what it is. County Clerk Poindoxter reports that thero has been more transfers of real estate for cash during the past year, than in any other year during his ' official career. This shows that a man will pay cash for a home, and that a mm will sell his homo for cash ensh is cash. Dr. J. F. T.lghtfoot, of Cloverport, has bought tho residence ot J. D. Cooper. He will move to Hawesville at once and engage in the practice bf hiedlcino. The Doctor knows every man in the county and his skill as a practitioner has been tested hero in many stubborn cases. The people and tho Doctor aro delighted with the move. A subscription book will be opened at Taber, Miller A Go's t6 eel the putso of tho peoplo as to the necessity of building a city hull. "There Is no place In the city where n meeting, Concert or performance of nny kind can be held, and as a consequence half of the younger set are always in some other city attending attractions, that would come hero if a place could bo secured. Drop in and take a few shares, even ( it interferes with two or three drinks a, day for six months. i i i Rev." J. Religious Services. B, Greenwade, of the Christian What would make a more accept able present than a Watch. We have them in all sizes and kinds: Gold, Gold Filled, Silver anil Nicklo Wo can have a tone likeness put on the inside cap, tho cut above gives you tho idea. Como in and see about this at once. We' can and will please you in stylo and price. church, Lexington, is holding a scries of meetings aT the Presbyterian church this city. Services begin promptly at 7 o'clock p; m. Thq following subjects will be discussed during the meetings or as many of them as possible : WJio is on tho Lord's side ? am npf. ashamedof the Gospel, ot Christ. The ronvprson of at banker-Th-e deceit f illness of sin, Conversion of the chief of sinm r.t. Hell, w.lia is it? ' GospeJ temperance. Why I,nm, what I am. Sunday after. A sermon to ropn only. noon at half past 2 o'clock. All aro especially invited to attend , theso si rviccs. A Delightful Entertainment. , , wvw,'ir4 A Valuablo Farm F. N. D'HUY. Your.lewcler. w for Sale. On Saturday, December oth, 1893, the home-steu- d firm ol the late M.J. Btercer, containing 40 acres, situated In the Forks of Hough, In MicincuriuKc luumy, ivy., will pc SOIU ni puUUC sale on the premises to the highest bidder, one. third of the price to be paid cash in hand, and tfie remainder to be paid In eoual Installments, payable In one and two years, lle purchaser be. Ing required to execute bonds lor said deferred & and sufficient with payment securltr hearing nix per lent, interest frnm d.ife untfl Hood's Oures Ixu-isvill- o, Mr. Elmore T. Shell Ot Akron, Ind. Champion Liar. Bottlos of food's Elisha Smith, Jr., has just returned " I wish to mako tlilrstatcment for the benefit from Dakola where ho has been for the ot peoplo that may bo suffering with that dreadwheat, ed disease, cancer. For' nro yean I hate had past season engagedjn threshing ono coinlngon my face. I tried having it burned lie rays the yicPd runs, from 25 to DO ut and lovenil other remedies, but all o( no btisies'Jp'er'acrtj.:T-Breckenr;idg- o Co(Ky.), avail until Iwm Induced to try Hood's dirsapa-rllla- . Nows i t Wlillo Liking the first bottlo I could see & marked chauec.-BiK- t Kentucky holds the belt. Lakota Obthe third, bottle almost oi entirely removed tho cancer. I can't say too ' ji mucnior Hood' Sarsanarllla For years I had server, to bo careful albout my diet, but jiow I.can out pur correspondent, if ho is anything-'am- i dlneit ltrall Hclit. ahWwell at UottOQ busy talking to his new wifo, night and In fact feel inco a newurau."Tii.&!Olix , x. buklt, AM9a, inn. attend to this Lakota chap. "The above tejuVumkl ISTrfcoUr uniallc. lied. I sold Mr. Shalt Cancer on thq Face Entirely Removed by Three CLOVERPORT, KY. tho best and most successful entertainments of the kind Cloverport peoplo Ofllco wilh Dr. J. T. OiVen, lAiki Kiid or Urldjrc. have .had the-- pleasure of attending in a SrAll kinds of Dental work dose and satislpng whllo. The Ladies Ad Society faction guaranteed. wish, to express their thanks to the young peoplo forleir valuable services on this ' occasion. , TJie people, of this city were treated to particular anaress N. MBKCBR, McDanlels, Ky. a delightful musical concert last Friday 1 . . iw.moi.1 . j.ciicnneiu, ry or It. DCW MEIICUK, PutT.Ky. night under tho auspices of Mrs. W. H. Bqwmor and ,Mrs. G V. Short, tho chief feature of which was the whistling of ..Miss Ilattio True Regan, of San Diego, Ca)itQrniat In this, tho pretty young M!bs shows a wonderful gift and cultivation, all of which the large audience ful ly appreciated as evidenced by- - its encores. Sho was ably assisted by the young ladies ahd gentleman of the town in a series of songs, diuti, Tmartetts and instrumental pieces, wh'lch mado tho concert' one of location of land, said tract of I. in, I U..ln,iL nn the l.cltrhtirld and llardlnshnrir.roadJnln. miles north of Leitchfielil, an" Is rcgiirdeiUirunt of the best farms In llrcckcnridgc cuuntagMBiie hundred and sixty or seventy acres ofNsvfind are. cleared and under go)d fence and in (! fun ( Iak t its TitaLfc. l two-stor- y dwelUnTS Description A first-clas- s house, coutaininir eleven rooms. U cltuainl .,,(' the land, and a beautiful yard wth handsome- ' shade trees. There la a never fulllni. well In thnvard of the best water. Has two good barns nnd all necessary out houses. An abundance ol stock water all over the farm. Persons wanting a first-clafarm and a beautiful home will do well lobe on hand on day of sale. Tor furthcj laid. tfii Dr. J. L. Moorman, .Resident Dentist 1 M . " ' ' r . We Are Making things lively in Un derwear. You'll find put the rbajop ,when you oome, and if you've any ourisoty on that Jjrie'it will pay you ' to come V at once, ' -- Gtoii Our stock can't b'e'iha'ched in .Qloverport. Jno. D. Babbagc. Iv C. Uabbugo, wlll-pleit- -- f Mood's Sarsaparilla and can vouch for lho of bis statetruthfulness ment. I to Is nn old noldlcr nnd n respected cltl yen." J. E. tUnwoou, knigght, Ai.roa, tnd. HOOD'S I -j 1 ' I i ' ' II I V I . ?1SKITS. Manager. not purgo, pain or urlpo. Pills nro purely vegetable, Hold by and do all druggUU. vt)l Jell ifr, trained, ferret's, 'either jnale or female, jat the Kxpren office In Cloverport lor I5 00 euch, cash. Now Is the time to prepare for your winter's sport. Address W. S. ASIIHV, Cloverport, Ky. " CertHlH Cohhh Ctirc." 'f-- H BSLmGKmfctmDQEl MEWS, GL.OV&fiPOR'lS SMriMMiMtaaJbiftfeJataa4&IHaMitMMMMteaate ky. t 8 rrri-TT-- mj SAoMMXiSi 1 SAMUEL L. SULZEK, OKA I I II l Christmas Qoods Cloyerport, Ky. Tt IQl SAMUEL L. SULZER, W General Dealer Cloverport, Ky. V viJr " U LJJLK O b r THE MERRY And we are ready to help in the good work of SEASON ! Making Others Happy! .0 t jAOjt Mould v ii ir f ! SEE J Who are now to be "REMEMBERED ? How shall we "REMEMBER" THEM? f ,. iram jamiummim tmw.Mfrimatu' ' i Of course we mustymaka he LITTLE ONES happy, for in so doing we ourselves rejoice. tilt i ' ! SSkt, . It's their DAY Surely. But there's something1 for ALL. No one is forgotten. FOR China Dolls, Rubber Dolls, Bisque Dolls, Wax Dolls, w, THE BABY: Rubber Rings, Rattlers, Building Blocks, 3 FOR THE GIRLS: Novels, Picture Books, Doll Dishss, Gaines, Muffs, Mufflers, Cloalfs, Dress Goods, FOR THE BOYS: - Banks, Wagons. Bow-WoTabby, Jocko, Kitten ! Oh ! there's a Jolly lot of Toj 8 for Baby. i Jewelry, Toilet Goods. We are bound to please the Girls , ! Watches, Bicycles, Railroad Trains, Base Balls, Saving Banks to encourrge thrift in saving. Guns, for the bigger boys who like sport. Wheelbarrows and Carts, for the little chaps. Fireworks and Caps for lovers of noise. French and Home-Mad- e Confections, Nuts, Grapes, Fruits and Goodies in Great Assortment. Table Delicacies and . - --ZaOOD THINGS to make the Christmas Cheer seem all the MERRIER. 'J'ftl i K - 71 4 . "Peace on Earth, Good will toward Men I And as says Ting, Tim, so say we: God Bie'ss Tor Young Ladies, Parlor Lamps, Cut Glass Perfumo Bottles, 's,' 'Ere'ry '6rfe!' , f sr 5 t For Young ;Men, Razors, of j mi M For D6ar Mother, t For Father, Watches, Chains and Cliarm", For Grand Pa, He likes Ills Pipe. We have a very nice assortment of them. Ho needs Spectacles and so wo keep thorn. , And Loving Grand Ma, pretty Mush and Milk Set would delight her, or a Nico Picturo, neatly framed. Then thcro are Veils, A Breast-Pin- s, coursyou shave, Roger's Silverware, Collar and Cuff Boxes K, Dinner Sets, "Napkins, , Shaving Sets, Tobacco and Pipes, Mirrors, for maidenly, reflections ,t Pictures, works of Art, Bisque Figures. ' BrVa-Brac, rV IIO.x il nJhoutfit? Cigars, Pipes, - Guns and.'IIuntor.'s, . . jC1 o 'J a- - "" " Curtains, Tfunks, '" "' Chirlfaware of alllklnds, Cutlery, for Table and Kitchen Work Baskets, Shawls, and J)ress Gobds, Lanterns, Canep, Blacking Sets, !,u' $, - A" li' Mgf. ' Smokers' Sets, , ,,. Jo,wolry,, .' Nut Picks, i' 4,'" l'- '',! '' Lt ''- " Skates,' '' i i 3K ' ttt. c: Night Robes, Neckwear, Furnibhings, Gloves, Useful Articles for Homo and Streot. " Hi IX. - ' TTT A Japanese Ware, Overcoats, f 1 Cloth Wringers, Sad Irons, All Household Furnishings. His throat should be protected with one of our Mufflers, and ho would thank you for one of our Canes. ', and many "would Dresses, SHppcra, other things eho appreciate Jowilrfe'j(l i bin; ti ill JMI1 j; PndAIngajDJ..r S .!, l' ). .'i t i ! 7;7Ahd,jwhn we gather abput the Board and Render Thanks to Him who gave us Christmas fd Uhh ! fi'tr, kb , w not one of the. Family is Omitted from the List, and when the Little Ones, come bounding in and asks : rf fttl r X m 1 wm fv All These Thj r. H I pv I iiHHHMHMHBHHHHaBH ni "' h' 'Mi j km, i 111 ' V- 1 Youcanreplyr: r g your Happiness! "Jj, J . , Oould thare be a Bettor Gift ? ' -& Oould thtfraaladsitUf .Plaoe.toiBuyour Ofiristrifl ' oi vjan oe iouna, ro maice I XV XV XV V W XVI w XV I 4wa baSSS&iaiB lo aJuDaiaaiiiavbii iauin bur, "lou-"- ' ouu febi'v fr.i'V tins unristmiianemJJAxiiriS jJ3 - i .y ; Iftf ltniSMi .. .J... M ioa . IM . km. . - . . . .2. and SGasonable nature-- - r 4 3 , g a 1 1 n fl oir ijnlirl y B " m r t. i f . ij i J o mi u y r r rr (. j ii , Tnro ,t rt l THR (B,RRGKRNRIDGR NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. try from west to east during the 12th to . 10th. The storms will not clear tbo con. $io.j3e5,jin VKDNKSDAYfDEOEMnER'0?1893; 76 tinent until after the moon's first quarWalHfT'h"Tfc' J f " T IT T ,t W.SSi ti RtTUICUnCD WK cmuiustkk a cum: ter on tho 10th, but colder, clearing I Mlell4ncuu uilil I' Talk About It. cnrclul inratlrntlnnii8 lootir rrnjionslbll Intercuts . iOySi 8, weather will domiinto tint north mil lty and UiomcritHof otirTublcta. Tjlkf alinut inncli lifetime, an' talk wcsUong bt fore it is felt along the Atbouvcr.lr cuius unit premium mi ' !foy lime lantic. Tho "weather train" at th's and Theretaln'l no love that's ever illkr a mother' 'Capital efnA &, ' 4 nil other periods will paw all stations for her tjoyt fcUyforcCjcnfrif? pro oo JVIllcompletclydfistniythocIpslroforTOnACCOlnfroni 3to5day. Perfectly hnrrn- 5,io from west to east on nbotit scliedn'o Ain't a 1ltn matter what the hoy may ln iinu uu niuKiitTsn.nnu ttiay l)UfIYl'Il lineup 111 lllHOrCfnifHJ WliUOUltllQ KQOWI . HS.isUif7s time.lliut Mornis will in. t he prevailing' Mother's lotc ' like sunshine, comesfAtrcamln' iukiiui inn Imuran, who win vumnuiriiy Biop BtilOKiugor ciiewinin n tow days. I .1 ripnw?p.wwpss nmi MnnpmwT? jtaiuii 'through heTlut ? f ll4 .ufv.iucMutiiuu r.i:ii7.ni..n uiii-aunriat .homo, nnd with- vuiiniiuiia ib..,i:. rr- nil the way nt t'io sunq time m I titer uiiuiiiixjij,iijuu uuu muiiiiuiiu Uiluil ouisnycuori on tiio part or curn!djJnndiTduetbo assets sbowli, will the f'bl. All pettlons will g t inopaucm, Dy lliousoor our bPlitlAU lOKIHULA HOLD CURU TABLETS fellme, an' talk )' tnnrli o' joy. Kruui country. Talkahoutal , anioTintlnSl(3$-I,'(lo,ti30.tK)will bo A FEW DiirlnKtrrntinpiitpntlcntsnrortllowrd tlio frco uo of I.lquor or Therr ain't nloe th.it ever like n molhcr'a Whether wc, tho sterner box, approvej "tbflj; portion In dtie NcitMiu." Tho tvn-until Kiiclitliuonttlioy nhall yolmitarlly Rlvo thnm up. STont gOO.OOOriTlils leave . Wo flrnd particular-nm- l lit It or lint. uliHllorlt. - nlnill lm fur lliiv pamphlet of tnsUmunlals frco, nnd hnll ,. ,.., ., ( ! lor her Iki)! ,...-..-- -. of reactioiiary disturbances in xt Testimonials J'f T wliicTi a hit o' matter, whatcer hemny MoJ Tito stocklTtiTdeis uuKiiiuiopiaco Biiiiflrorairomauyoriiioiio nnuiw inconiniuniua' our uu wnu purnuiin wiiouaro uccucurcu iy tiiousooi ourxADLETS. MotherJaJ loriuconitatit, inothccOoeli bettering or making worsewo shall dis- dividends will be paid. Expenses con- after this period will be on and touching from persons MILt.ftft TACtl Pra nrn fnp nnln lit nil vinAT.T!.ltta questionTliat Itruel the 18th and lUtb, about which dates it ." .l.."..-- " T uiuKKiamu. 9i,uu pcrpacKngc tinue, and will continuo for soum timo. will who havo boon cuss at present but ono thing is certain, 1'ltANKU STANTON. turn warmer and renewed storms of it your driitff'lNUlocs not keep tlicrn, oncloso ua 2 I .OO nnd WO Will nniul von. liv mlltru mnll n tuirltnrn nf niir and that thing is this, that women will As there is no additional income the rain and snow will result in ninny places cured by tho uso of AUUItJilf. i Wrlto your namo nnd nddmraptnlnlj. nndstnto Thoibeflt medical nuthoritiea sav tliu some time, nil over the United States. question of dividend is problematical, This is near tbo center of our winter sol wiirmnr iHuiflis uro ivr aouuccv, morpnino or proper; waylo treat catarrh is to take a nuvu uiu same iiguts una privileges ahd,"ln tbrjroplnionof'thoso"ufmost'com-peten- t stice, nnd stormy, unsettled weather A.H1UUT 11UU1W to judge, will not exceed 10 per must bo DO NOTBG DBCRiVBO?lnto,mrbMtng llko Hood's Snr- - granted Jothem as thai uccorded tothe constitutional ronieu, dookedtfor generally? overrunany of thayAi less uofltniHis thnt itr Mnit ., The Onto OHBMiCAt CoTi' ? Banarllla. lords Of creation. In proof oftlllsposl-'tionw'- e centJ Iff limits of the regular peuiicit-- nr iii-- . ning tho Usual jlVK.lur obab sin: I iinvo ueen uaintr yrftir euro for tobacco habit, nnd found It would The report is crowded" with lutin sting riods, and intensifying TABLETS nnd take nu other. cau do no better thanJo refer the phenomena do what you clntm for It. I used ten ccnU &m Jlunufucturcd only by worth of tliontronireetchcwliiir tcbutcoi.dny. to tbo changes that bavo taken place in lads. Tho receipts averaged $8t),501.6!! during tbp period. if , A. B. and trom ono to flvo clirars: or 1 would otnoko 4 j TIITC-i- public sentiment during the past twenty-- 1 each day.and expenses $22,03 HO. The from ton to lortvnlnosof tobucco. Hao chewed The storm period beginning about' the nnd smoked . for twenty dvo t-Venm. - mid twotmckOKCg During Sep- 22d and reaching to . .. . r .. livo years. A quarter of n century ago it Tuir cleared $10,000,000. the 20th, promises or your xauiciacunxi mono niviiuui'"irr iuriu a II. M. JA.YLOUD, Leslie, Jllcb. I his was a rare thing thnt a woman whs to be tember tbero were 0,0lVf people on the many winter s'orms, nnd many sections lOOMM PCRRT.J?. Y. . I di, a J a bB optta niock, found in tho schools" of Uio'Stato of (Ken- pay roll ofs the Exposition proper. will have their supplies of "Christmas NTnR Onto CkeuicilCo.: flEKTLBMiy: fublio:gaeer:iv( l SowotlinonKo I sent plant"tost snow" Machinery Hall and LIMA, OHIO.. far l.ou worth nf your Tablet for Tobacco Ilabltr 1 received tucky as n teenier, libtajtnure tlmrfi half replenished diiriiiKthe thnm nil rteht and. althoush 1 wa both a beavy smoker BBd chewcr. , u7o schools are taught by !lbrse people. more to build and run than any other progrers of these storms. The full moon Zi the did the wont In lees than three day.- - I nin cured. rAUTirtlLAKB. A Leader of the House of' Bepresenta-i.- h xruiy yours, uAiuan uvijinauri,. w. iiuiu Women are now engaged in stores, in department 'or feature of tlm Fair. Tim is on tlio 22nd and will hasten the cnMs ". ... u pinion.1 .J . PlTTSDtmoiI, VK. FREE. tives. is,AKea, w offices, in banks and innearlyallthe. Jotatfp.thisiportion of tbo Fair was iiis -. The Ohio CkftWieli. CoH Okntlembi: H gives me pleasure to spea) a earlyiritliQ "perio I. The 'Arctic wave Tora or nralse for your Tablets. My son was stronsiy miaicica to mo use oi Some of thcothcrleadingitcms different trades and professions of life liquor, and through n friend, I was led to try your Tablets. Ho was n heavy nud following tho storms will have brought iivery important ronntant drinker, but after using your Tablets but threo daya ho quit drinking, They aro found in the pulpit preaching were as follows: very cold weather to much of tho counand will not touch Honor of any kind. 1 bavo waited four month before writing Subject. The Electrical Uiilldteg, plant, 4 yowf is enter te Jebow, tho cure was pcruianf nt, I ours truiy, iriT.tM unnnisnN. Christ to a lost world, thev aro at tbo bar try by the night of tbo 20th. 'Ihe'rqui ii!sf .. w.-w.- .. I and operation, $1,011 plendfng for their clients; they are prac L- -r N. 1 nox of Mgretiryjs central with tho full i CINCINNATI, Onto. Mnniifacjtm-- HuTJding.itito., JKK. riJCKY'S NtTi:n SON. The Onio CHrMie CO!Oentleukn! Your Tablcti havo Dcrformed amirncln lnmv case. Jlcingjinedicine and healing t lie sick,., in. 83J.01i moon on the 22i, which fact is almost a n t bavo used morphine, lhypodermlcslly, for seven yoarsftuu havo been cared by tbouseof 03jl,oIieoprot'Ction,, Coiumbian EOAY. two packages of your Tablets, nnd without any effort on my part. guarantee that heavy sleet will b a chur-uici muni la irciuuuiy u iiruii'B&iuu uv ..... ' T- - W. I . Guards, etc., $l,:30h478 72; general : Jl. .i l... fI A ' f. it st ' nntnloltn f..nllifit if tint r ! n ij'AddrcfW o Orders to ocui. lUilb 13 liui K'i;cu 'Vv Jieistuvaui, Tbo SomhcBta'MwitblyIaga'i' salaries fete. J$ltUS)'l,5nfi 02: rai- l- the wires take notice Prepare for great zinc, of' Baltimore, Md., in giving n her wit' nnd her intelHgonie. Sho is waytransportatldn, water cold after the storms. About the 20th now by Tho laws of the state, eligible to sketch of noted Southern statesmen lias LIMA. OHIO. OP". and sewerage, $1,122,770.44. After these this to say of our own honorable repre- at least ono county office and several of million figures tho other departments ex- and 30th will fall a reaction to warmer, these places aro filled by her ; w bilo tbo and tho month is apt to closo with reU 'A H sentative: last legislature conferred upon her, prop- pended generally less than $500,000, actionary storms well to the cast, with "Alexander- - B. Montgomery though $000,047.59 was Expended, frorrr rising barometer and colder, clearing of the fourth district of Kentucky, erty rights before unheard of in tbo ComMrs. Day, tho present State Librarian, which on account of concerts $04,30.19 weather in sight in the north and west. is ono of the silent leade-- s of tiie House, monwealth of Kentucky. Ono thing, if was realized. is a candidate for protection cost $208.- Fire tn.iot UU DUIUUIilit.1 nn.f ... lift, nn tiinwi UIUOI l.s. ontil sif lini Uliu In ..v.. WE LEAD THEM ALL IN Word and Works. seldom speaking.oiUho Jlogr, "BycraU' .IV lllUIVi 2of.l8,' and fireworks, $15.r,7UQ.7o. iOne coal fw as Twelve million interviewinod'estj; unostenta. favor. I $ lgj is lionesy in her dealings. lowing an ' ft oi me inosi auractive yei icasi expensive For a lamo back or for a pain in tlio started from 'Fiti8biirg"iftsl"w'eek for trio tiotis, yet impressing his personality on As a cashier she lias never been known features of the Fair was tho Convent of Bide or chest, try saturating a piece of lower Ohio. every bit of legislation coming before to run of r with the money or to appro- La Kablda, which cost, building! installa- llannc witli Chamberlain's Pain Halm Tlio usual mi mhi r ,of turkeys were Congress. Ho has many of the charac priate tho earnings of her employer to tion,-md incidental Expenses, Ef and binding it onto tho affected parts.1 slaughtered' 6n) Jast gj'hanksgh-rhgJDaj- j unlawful purposes. Asa teacher sho is teristics of Gorman, with tho intrepidity Tbo dbc'ors! fces'or tfio hospital This treatment will cure any ordinary notwithstanding tlio dull times. of tho Speaker, ono of whoso closest ucntlcr and mora painstaking than her brother. As a clerk, more polito and at- service, from tho time it was inaugurated enso in ono or two days. Pain liulm also James K. Stone, candidate for clerk of friends bo is. cost on all accounts only 314,1)83.03. The sale-btho next Kentucky IIousQpf.Keprcscnta. It was when Mr. Crisp was making bis tentive to her duties than her male com- comfort of tbo public, or "I'ublic Com- cures rheumatism. 50 cent bottle for Our stock is immense. Ladies you will miss it if you don't A. R. Fisher, Cloverport and Witt A tives, lias no opposition. fight for the chair that Montgomery first panion, and in business generally a see our great display in fort" Building, repairs and expenses of Meadorlfardinsburg. correct accountbecame nn important factor in tbo poli'j There are 8,0:jl applications on file for conducting, footed pp to $150,404.23, and tics of tho House. Standing ou3galnst' ant than he of the sterner sex.v Women tbo Woman's Ihiiltling entailed on all 3-C5i)3D- S places In tbo revenue service untbr Teacher's Association. the convictions of his State and bis own bavo prove"ntlieiiiselves everywhere and accounts an outlay of 141,032.rr. CinCollector Johnson in the IOtimville DisTheTincherH Afsoeiation of the Hudconstituency, he wiw one of tho first men on all occasions, where opportunity has cinnati Tribune. See Mir special sale In DOMESTICS. son Magisterial District, will meet at trict. from bis section of the country to declare oHurctl, to be equal to almost any enier-- i $10.00 OVERCOATS. Beats All. Martin J Norton shot and killed Jas. 5 o. Alexander Chapel near IJtiras Saturday Ginghams , Men's Suits $6.48 wortb, for tho Georgian. With great odds gency thaU may arise. Queen Victoria, $10.00 Among tbo incidents of childhood that Dec. 2nd, 180.J. It is the duty of every II. Smith last Thursday niglit,nt a saloon "..! ...'.. Gingham, best 11 00 Men's Salts $70o' worth against him he soon bad tho majority of although a woman, lias proven herself to stand out in bold relief, as our memory in Louisvillo. Not ton was drunk. 5 c. wide Drown Cottod, full yard teacher in tho district to be present and One Lot Doe Skin Jeans Pants I r... 1.24 his own delegation in lino and working bo tho most popular sovereign that ever rovcrts to, tbo days when wo were young, Three hundred nnd fifty workmen in take a part in tlio proceedings. All One Lot Men's odd Coats Liss BLANKETS. in bis silent way, becamo ono of the sat upon the British throne. Hetty none aro lnoie prominent than severe others aro coidially imited to attend. tin Licking Iron and Steel Company's than Cost. is thq equal Double 104 to 124 Prices range from 98o Green as a railroad financier, most important factors in the race, sickness. Tbo young mother ivi'ly reYouth Suits for $3.5 worth'. 5.00 Sidney Hall, Vice-l'r- t sid nt. plant at Newport went out on a strike to $6 00. of a Vnnderbilt. Francis Willard as n members In recognition of his ability and serthat it was Chamberlains Cough . We have the latest Novelties In refusing to submit ton cut in wages. Comforts 85s to $2.00. Of the' vices he was given a chairmanship and temperance lecturer, is tbo equal Remedy cured her of croup, and in turn Home Spun, Double Breasted Kentucky News. Senator Dave Smith, of Hardplaced high on tho Committee on Ways peerless IJniu, while Mary Anderson, administers it to her ov n oHspring and CLOTHING, , Children Suits 08c to,y 5.00 The tobacco factories in this state dur en county, will r oppose Hon. A. B. ' ' '... .'... 9 So '9 and Means. It is hero Hint his best work our own Kentucky girlmade h reputai always' with the best results. For sule by to $5.00 ' One Lot Men's g'utts Melton Double Buys Overcoats 18!)J manufactured 44,430,-05- 8 Montgomery for Congress id ing tlio year this dishas been done. He is peculiarly con- tiou, that will stand side by side w itii that A. It. Fisbor, Cloverport, and Witt A Breasted for $10.00 worth" ., Men'! Overroa..,...f..rT..$3.48 to $(6.00 16.00 cigars. tinct. servative, never allowing sectional or of Booth or Jefferson. So it is with all Meador, Hacdinsburg. Como a jumping, Hop in n pair of our $1.24 BOOTS. Deputy Collector Walter P. Shaw, conThere were flvejudies who were sucpersonal prejudices to mar bis judgment the trades or professions where women EXCELLSALL- - Our great special Shoo nnd Boot sale will continuo victed recently of violating tho revenue cessful candidates for County School have entered, and so it will continue to The Globe Democrat Free. or warp bis vision. until January 1st, nt these unreasonable low prices. DON'T M'SS IT. laws has been granted a new trial by Superintendents in this state in the rebo for all timo to come. Anyreaderof tliisjaptrcan g tThoSt. His physical appearance ij indicative Wo do not pose as an advocato of Louis Globe Democrat free. Head tbo Judgo Barr, of tho Fedearl District cent ehction. None of them used money of bis inner self. Tail as tho proverbial LEADIrJGrCASH BARGAIN STORE. ' or drank whisky with tha Votors. "; J arrow, Btraight as tbo conventional .ram- "women's rights" or "wonien'sBUtfrage." offer, on another pagtj, and ijako advan Court. Hon. William Preston Kimball, city rod, bo passes through tho halls of Con- While wo may even oppose their further tage of it at once. The Weekly Globe-Dem- ocrat . Many new Christmas novelties will is now issued in Semi weekly attorney of Lexington, gives it out that gress a conspicious figure. He looks the supposed encroachments upon tho rights of man, yet that is no reason why wo sections, eight pages eacli Tuesday and, he will be a candidate for Congress from staro you in tlio face when you visit our picture of tbo farmer and the judge, a BRANDENBURG, KY-mingling of tbo rustic and tbo judiciary. should not believe that it is only a ques- Friday, sixteen pages every week,mak-in- g tlio Seventh District against W. 0. P. holiday dUblay and they will compel ' jou to say "how, niucbl"'' I'Utako'iH; it' practically a Semi Weekly paper Breckinridge. "What does Montgomery think?" is a tion of timo until sho will bavo every i t j . ' ' k J Sulzer's. common question to bo beard about the right under the law that is accorded or yet the price remains only ono dollar a Mr. John A. Bishop, tho popular dry lloor, and as often bis advice is sought guaranteed to her brother. Sho is tho year In politics, it is strictly Itepup'i-can,bu- t goods merchant of Leitcbfleld, was reTho News is now prepared to furnish and as often taken. Ho has that pecti-la- r queen and all that sho has to do is to itgivesall tho news, and is abso- cently elected mayor of that city. merchants witli papcragsL either, plain command and her subjects oby. She lutely indispensable to the farmer, merfaculty ofllifiering with men without According to tho Owensboro Messeng- or printed at lowest wholesale discounts, To buy with caution, espcc'ally when buying Clothing wounding their egotiom. He never will sometime mate a demand for suf chant, or professional man who has not Give us your ordi rs. w. frage, and when Buotdoes.ntlien wejwilll tho time to readf large dally paper,;and er tiiere aro only two Itepupliraus4left'2n voluntarily oilers adviceand, when it is Shoes and yinter Underwear. ofllce'in Collector Powers' "districts . It takos,aivisJhead yet di sires to keep,promptly thoroughly asked gives it straight without fear of ' nor.r.C.IelcUttrt7lVcvark, to keep from being fooled thrse days. There's so ofyltev. H. whether w o want toornot. Madison-- j posted.' SampjejCopiitT will bo sent .Mrs. Ijtura Moriison,-wlf- e consequences, writes: "A corn. on much sham among tho real. Buy where .there is no 1) Methodist rtliorn In tlio fleNh. tlio loollsii jffl 'free 6n application to Globo Printing O. Morrison, tho He is a Kentuckian with, nil the local vilio Hustler. whlcli C. C. " ,divine, died at Lexington last week. C. Ccrlnln Corn Cure' most mereffort mado o deceive. If you (lo this'we will have Co , St. Louis,Mo. pride which seems inherent in the rm- k ! cifully removes." Fletcher Bennett & Co., ono' of tho nt least a Bharo of your custom. lives of tho llluo '.'Grass Statu. Ho is n Keep at Hand. A Good Thing to oldtfct joweiry firms In Louisville'; niadd 1 good churchman! a good horseman and d jtll'rom the Troy (KHiiaai)'.CfilelV) I Hicks' December Forecasts an assignment for tlio h neflt of creditors UicTflnest points of Bourbon' i fiomoiyears ago wp were .veryj niuubj understands December comes in on tlio central day, - ; .x . : 'J . wbiskoy. He was bornf on aJ farmin Hiimeui lu BuveruHueusui cnuieru uiunms: ipfiu regtilarBtonnj'period. IJelng withitfl lust wctk. Tho firm had been doing ir-.- i: i.T'ilSt ....!.. in tchUf ...!.- - iiu iiiin and now when we feel any 'of thtrsymrH two days, and next following tho center business for sovelfitysix years':'' nnuu iii.ii.iu ijuni Do you wear them? When next la need try a pair. always resided. Ho was given a collegitoms that usually jirocccd that ailment, of a Venus equinox on November 29th, Tbo lato defunct firm of lies', Henlo Bent In tha werld. ate education at Georgetown College, such as sickness attbe stomach, diarrhoea wo aro to expect very active disturb- it Co., will pay their creditors about .00) $5.00. Kentucky, graduating 'n 1859. In 1801 etc., wo becomo scary. We have found ances botwecn the first and tbo fourth twenty-fiv- e cents to tho dollar. Wc sqld ono nian last week thico OvcrcoatB for $5. l&. BKii1 $4.00 asssVli m $2.50 Ijuisville law Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar1 lie graduated from tbo will grow very warm as tlio storm con- ' There, ato a dozen prominent Demo'yiK was They wore notjtho besf."J;Wo-fold,'him,so- . $2.00 3.50 i itMiiiMii school, but returned to bis farm and liv- rhoea Itemedy tho very thing to straightW d HHt ditions deveiope and move eastward. cratic politicians that would liko to nit uDies satisfied so weije we. We keep all grades of Clearing. ed the life of a planter. In 1870 he was en ouo out in sucli cases, and always kept The barometer will fail to low readings 2.50 Congressman Kills in the Second good, bad, indifferent. Wo toll a customer iust what called from the sickle to tho bench and it about. Wo aro not writing this for a in westerly regions in the beginning of district. Joe Noe and Polk Lafoon are Ml 4IJ73- $2.25 I I I lie is ffottlnrr nil tbo fimo ron boys served as county judgo until 1874. Ho pay testimonial, but to let our readers tho period, followed by storms of rain, among the number. $2.00 I served in the State Senate from 1877 to know what is a good thing to keep handy with lightning and thunder to tho south, ron G. W. Perry, tho defeated Republican 1831, and by an overwhelming vote was in tho house. ForsalobyA.lt. Fisher, and turning to snow in central and .jwi rfiri mrm.i candidate for Superintendent of Schools sent to tho Fiftieth Congress; since tlicro Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, northerly sections. Heavy easterly gales in Crittenden county, has filed notice of he has been returned each timo without from tho Atlantic will blow into tbo contest on his successful apponent, Miss We keep these in all grades and prices s 'rious opposition." If you want t Rn DRESS SHOE, made In the latest We can suit as it advances from the west. A Minn Wheeler, who had n majority of Cost of The World's Fair. styles, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4,00 or you in sizes, shapes and prices. sudden and severe cold wave will rush two votis. What wc claim ip, and $5 Shoe. Thev fit equal to custom made and look William K. Ackerman, Auditor of the Liver and Kidney Care. and we have a right to claim it, that our SI. 50 in behind tho storms, and by tho end of The members of tlio Hunting Club of wear as well. If you wish to economize In your footwear, I'arks'SureCure is tho only guaranteed World's Fair, submits some very inter tho period say the 4th to tbo Cth tbo do so by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes.- - Name and Women's Shoes arc the best and cheapest on earth. remedy. Its action is quick and positive esting figures in his last report, which whole country will feel a touch of tbo Boyle county, went into the mountains price stamped on the bottom, look for It when you buy. Wo havo sold enough of theso Shoes to warrant us in of Tenntssco last week aud killed fifteen XV. Zm DOCaiAS, Brockton, Hast. Sold bjr covers everything up to and including wintry and sick-hea- d Willtop that back-acli- o blast. It will be prudent to preForsale by V. II. Ilotviuer A: Koti, saying so. . November 12, 181)3. Tbo condensed pare against possiblo blizzards north- deer. ache. A positive specific for nil diseases-Clororport, Ky The stave mill of Ben Hol.o & Son at of woman. Why sutler when- - it will balanco sheet which follows gives a clear ward, during tlio storms of this period. idea of tho magnitude of tbo Chicago euro you? A. It. Fisher druggist. About tbo 7th and 8th, tho cold will Elizabethtown was destroyed by flro last undertaking. This balance sheet shows: loss will reach $15,000 with and another develop- week. Tbo . Conttructlon expenditure. 'iSjjjiiij moderate, appear In tho storm and move no insurance. The institution furnished Woman's Suffrage. ment will west Is for Gxery reader of tho Breokenrwcie News who General and operating expenses 7,127.1403 emp'oyment to about thirty men daily. As "coming events cast their shadows Preliminary organization . . . 11,6741) to tho cost. The center of this disturbcan conveniently, to como into our store and go . 01 before" wo aro frequently enabled there- Auets Samuel and Augelino JeWries, aged ance will hingu,on the 8th, or within 15 through ouroclc.Yjm can do this at any timo you Liabilities j ;. . , 7yioji i x by to predict with certainty, what may years, residing rf hours of tho time of tho now moon. respectively seventy-silike. It is not necessary for you to .buy. bo or shall bo tho future of our state or Of courso Heavy gales, cfpeclnlly on lakes nud near Lawrenceburg, have reared ninecounty. It tdok no prophet, twenty-fiv- o if you witnt to buy we Bliould bo pleased lo sell you seas,, with, much tendency to southern teen children, so.y.en pairs being twins. years beforo the Declaration of Indecyclones' and northern blizzards,' will bo ii Wd;hopoito do so. But wo want you lo come.' pendence, to foretell tho Btrugglo tiiat Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. natural and probable. Great cold is alwould evidently ensue between tbo old most sure to follow. ITCHING PILES and the now world. It did not require About tho 12th westerly regions will ' SWAYNE'S tho vision of a seer a half a century ago, When Baby was lick, wo gave her Castorla. huvo changed to warmer, winds in east niMTuruT to well know flint tho United States as a When she was x Child, she cried for Castorla, ern parts will change to easterly and US11IIIIIU1I AUSOMJTBIr C0ItE3. M lllTOUB-M.l.llatnw ttrVtas an government would not long stand witli When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla, southerly, and renewed storms of rain tUslnffl DMt MlnlsUlt WoMOltJ If AlUwtfa I contlnur itimitr fira and protrude, part for and part against African slavery. When she bail Children, she gave them Castorla. nnd sndw will advance across tho coun- - y.v?;OTr1VJiTO.p35i,i;v.ri - -- 'H'Ardinsburgmoy.n3h. I lJlns:.Mt"rbfilMltl b mFwmtww.ijm ir. Pl!l.f dmnflau!. ftllM.NKl.,!'r--rilirwvitk'M rMUtrll&l. 1 "Mi Breckenridge News. 1 Neither does it require that ono of tbo old prophets shall riso from tbo dead or lbata'now"6ne''ihaU tako bis" place to foresee that nubtber great revolution will soon bo upon our people and that before tho passing of many decades, a change will bo wrought in our citlscrLsliipj Tho, now revolution will not bo orjo oflblood no lives will bo lost in the struggto, it is to bo ouo wrought by tbo change fin the minds and sentiments of tho people of a Net actt j,6io,6jo oo Total r..ie'r,ff,-.-r Cbntcolun rcctlpta , ... tSS , , HILL'S i pass 1 Double Chloride of Gold Tablets Mor-pliln- o it -- .- j- lustitu-Tlonsisno- fa E ! Hon. i U408I Montgomery valuable Hill's Tablets. 'T sketchjof ......,"" t'. T L pier en-atl- . . fji ... 4LflLffLrkL s. ... ... ... - i.. 1 f 1 U abSSrali-98-- ' MM yaaiarTH&.QHIJP, CHEMICAL CO., &"" Bl... SUAtlTY; ,$2ji,-009.1f- . STYLES iP PRICES' IDERE3Sl3 l. Kx-Sta- V JftE Geo. Yeakel & Co., -- 'a 1" It Is Always Wise UU. Iff.. i V well-know- n - ie; ' W. L. DOUGLAS iSt-ie- Sr S3 SHOEiVVrr-- Now in the, Matter of sue-cei- rrjia .,' Clothing 200 g. (l -- jfe When it Conies to Shoes .1... 75 low-are- a nr What we want and Desire .U.. i 4 !jS,I 31 PLES urf ju. TTHEY CAME ! THEY SAW ! CO., fall wool" and several yards wide, and bargains as plentiful as bees in August. mi Remember, everything goes without profit. 2 THll SEilEE mm T V ' I t - The slaughter continues this week. K "nTr!i r ar a -- 9 rTWHl ti ' . m i.Y: . H MM WINTER k -m Cor. i ThirdllifiaWJi v M'tr"'wfy'i"'a'j. 4tlJjM-- . -- ., ai- - . UfcB XJ-- i iijtt.ltf iMrtji rM(?;Ac.t V' W ' ii. W$ijfl!Stf fc M BaM Ma . - . - aiMii limn in a j J TMEX James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder, OLOVERPORT, KY. Gloves, gloves at Dabbage's. BRRGKENRIDGR NEWS, OLOYRRJPORf, KY. Bab-hage'- s. Glas-gowK- Hnrk skin gloves for Engineers at Unh-lingo'- s. Fine writing paper at Bahbage's. Shirts almost atynurnwn price ot Mrs. E. T. Iltiynes went to Louisville if ir - Estimates (uruislid on njtplicatl Robert E. WoQdsl ATTORNEY AT LAW, Room '' 47 Trust Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. LEEBISHOP GO N STAB TAR HARDINSBURQ DISTRICT. Alt business entrusted to my Ititntl eUen uroniDt juiil 'tare nucni uni. .. Note urn!, lit counts collected ill hromnt return lnrfile. be ml me your Imsiniss , THE BEST TYPE WRITER. Dueita, Mortgages and nil legal instruments drawn ami copying done in tlio bVist ityle. , . , , . IIaiiuinshuho, Kv. dge- - News:jr DNE&DA.'Y, DIJGIJMBKRjU, 1$03. . LOCAL BREVITIES. . r i 1 i. . XDielc Mn)s, of Webster, is in town. V. V. G. Visit, Vist'sJ Grocery. , ; Now . ready-o- ur . i Sulclirlslinns " istock !! 1 "" Monday. Mr. Al V61f, of lmiiillle,lMla'gueH"i of friends uUIolt. Come along gal'nnd linyVS.uita Claim 'J has nrriyed,-jSuliHrt I You will savo money by buying that feal Oil shoo dressing at Sulzer's. Attorney W. K. Darnesof Hardinsburg was down Monday on lesal business. Furli a display you never saw before as nt Sulzer's now of their holiday goods. Miss Helen Polk, of Tobfnsport, was the gucBt of Mr. and Mrs. Farbcr Mon4 lay. Olv! myl That Is just what everybody eays. when thoy.sco our holiday .display. Sulzer's. ., Scott Morton, of Itock Lick, is a prospective) candidate for tho Democratic ' nomination for jailor. Mania buy mo a Bow Wow buy ouo so fat and slick. Go oyer to Sulzer's quick jfud'.t choice of tho pick. "The latest report from Mrs. It. II. More-me- n is that she is gradually growing weal-an- d the end is not far on". Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, ot near GraudlView, Ind., wcro tho guestsof Mr.' and Mrs. Wni Noell Thursday. M. Ilamman has bedn elected city councilman to fill the place made vacant by the resignation of V. S. Miller. Now tho silver mist has rolled away and good times are coming so shall our Lstreams. of , bargains. continuo .to flow ;' J 'I" P. S. Miller has been assigned o Ho left for lhaj place last J ' . ' ' wookt Prof. John A. Sniarwhos changed his residonoe from Geneva, Texas toSIaspcr, it CHRISTMAS a . H. O. F. Redman, of Oweimboro, was In town Sunday. E. has moved from Victoria to Aetnaville. Crawford Lyons, of HawpsviJIn, was In the city Monday. Miss Bettlo Bowmer returned from Henderson Monday. You can find all kinds of rubber boots and shoes at Sulzer's. Geo. Boyd has moved Into tho Wiley property in rho Wtst'end. ' Toys, dolls, china ware, books and novelties at- -F. N. D'Huy's. HOLIDAYS. merry-makin- ExcitlSively to the 2 1,477,2 2 People admitted .to the wona s rair urounaSo . Served . B ft . Holiday goods in endless variety arc now on display at F. N. D'Huy's. Caltcaj;lyiftnd make your selections of dojlf for your lJLttlojmcs,, Bqbljage, . Mr Thos. Jett and wife, of ,PellvilIe; were in town last Wednesday trading. Babbngo has tho best assortment of books over shown for Xmas. presents. Henry IHnes. flio confectionery ,man was in the city yesterday soliciting trade. "Judge W.D. Holt and faintly have gono to California' to spend the winter. - Miss-PeaMiller-i- svisiting Mifses ,Annic and Maggie Hambleton lit rl- g If for these days of and opening wide 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 us for repairs as well as the place. T T. C-LEW- IS & CO., Retail Jewelers. "B Universally accepted as the Leading Fine Coffee of the WoHoL WE AEE PREPAEED to HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY. FURNISH OUR PATRONS WITH THE ABOVE c. c. 35 2I - -- f A y ing Bird," from California, while fn the should bo made. Milt Rollins, of Owcnsboro, was hero If priciH count any tljing, Why! D' city, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. yesterday showing our sajbonVmentBam-ple- s 1, I ,, i, i, IIuy'gJs.tJiQ placp. j ' of ' Vest-iBuy jour dollsjiow while your have ;" s ofiuriug-som- e Little folks, bring your letters to Santa nicking cholctffrora tho largest and jW tltis week. Claus-an- d drorf tnern in 'oursIefter box Mrytf I.' Glarkaful1 $n, Sluart Wrro fBelectfoIT ever brought to this city. Ijn g.ur 8prdi7SuJer's.v Babbage. in tliocity jestenlay. T'is 8tfeet to ldve, But oh! how bitter, John T. iCraig, the hickory timber Our brillianl "display new.es,t of novelinan,.Is 'loading several cars hero now To love a girl, whoso shoe's dbn't flf her. null sec Snlzer's, ties roino and the timber is rolling in in large Wo can fit her Sulzer's, feOli! the dolls that will boon display at quantities. Mr. T. B. Young jr., of Morganfleld, Dabbage's this week, come and see. r a i . mi i uuiwjrg ..u. iwiiLniii nct'ji nnuci unui !..... - jwos.yisiting his sister, Mrs. O.B. Skillj; Our grocery department is filled I1 with' man several days last week. juiik ior saio onu choice eatables, prices tho lowest Vest. Them dailv. tins winter rfnloradeliver. Lnnvn vonr with Sheet Celuloid in various shades fpr Orangs,''datcs7'figsrbatinria9r,lcnf0haT him.for milk. making fancy Christmas, New Year and grapes, raisins and cocoanutstjIteTUeljfo Iha handsomest line ofsolid silver Birthday novelties. Sulzor's. (Vs. spopps ever.iniCloverport, now ri'ady for Geo. Jordan had a $50 cow to die Jast Now is inyour supply inSM cllon and, at prices fower than ever week." Ho had' just been offered that of shoes liilitifn rnniTet them fco clirnn known, at IV N. D'Huy's money for her just before sho died. " ' nt Sulzer's. HIT'2 Walk in glad to see you glad to Tho silver question will nover be setimur, iHim.fr, is ui .mum. jiuw la know you glad to snow you our holi- tled In your family until you buy a set of your supply'of underwear? ' CJenr prices day goods glad to serVo you glad to our silver ware for your wife christmat ' m ido at Dabbage's. Bhow you just how glad we are to know Sulzer's, S'e our novel display in our show win-- , ;you Sulzer's. Bring tho children and let them seo dow now ready entitlcd"Th'o,marriage.)f Cut this out and send it to us with tho largo and olegant selection of dolls ' " tho nations Sulzer's, -, 'li cents in stamp hnd . wo . will . sendou that are now being displayed at . w t ' 1 r It. AjSmithjjof tephenspjit, jjafcjiL a;yriiiurn.mau.Anoveuuiin8imas-pre6- the cfevercst'iiotil keepcralnthecoTluly," ent for tho baby. Address, Sulzer's Miss Flora Smith, of C'annelton, who was in tho city Monday. . has been tho guest of herWusTn, Miss "Pjwid Isome writes to have his paper Maggie Tarber for so'veral weeks, returnJUlsa. Allico LMxon a clinnnlng young lady, pf Henderson, is tho.guest of Mra changed rom Moweq'ua tP Pleak Comer, ed home Sunday. BvkllLmanj n III,, .where, C will reside ..w mmmr. and ho Dolsl Dolls I Big dolls, littlo dolls, When you go over to Sulzer's to see year. He sends his best wishes to his white dolls, bjackidolls, china dolls, wax their Christmas tujs, walk up stairs and Kentucky friends, doBs, blondes and brunetts from get a pair of thbsn cheAp sh'6es: Mrs. William Htod is paying dv Vieit" five ceqts up. Babbage. ' to okl fntfpds bore. - It is her first visit e Mr. and Mrs1. Lannie Smith' of Hardly had we opened tip our Christup.aud spent Thanksgiving to this city sinco sho left hore mora than inas goods before tho rush began for our with friends here and at Slephensport. thirty flye years ago. She is tho guest of new novelties. Don't wait but como Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Oglesby. Miss Blanch Frank has gono to early and mako your selections Sulzer's. Rev. W. M. Burgss delivered a yery inIud. where she has secured a Dr. J. F. LIghtfoot rnoved his family teresting Thanksgiving discourse at tho and position in a largo mercantile establishhousehold effects to Hawcsvillo Elm street Methodist church last Thursment, Monday. He has routed his property in day. Mr. Burgess is always interesting this city to Mr. Mrst Nelson Jolly, of Jolly's station, 'John Beverly, jr. who accompaned by her liltlo niece, Jobio J, and entertaining in bis discourses. now occupies it. U laugh, U roar, II scream, when you Yeager, is. visiting relatixesnnd friends The Children's Christmas Nunibor see the comical tableau iu Sulzer's show of tho Illustrated Kentuckian is in IxJwisport. out and 18ths. entitled "Santa One .prominent ladyj said toTJinother,r window's Dec. it is a beauty from cover to coyor. Full last "w'eek,'''wh'at do' you have to eat?"vI Clauses surprise" beautiful scenery, rich, of pretty children's portraits, stories, can scarcely find any .thing Answer.: rare and racy. Dont failto seo it, bring pooms,.sketchcs, Christmas pictures and all tho children out to seo it, . , . . entertaining matter. Published at Lexvisit Vest's'grocery. Thomas Chaudofn, qf.JJaificd, went ington at $L a y6ar, or ten cents a copy. The road just above town is almost Cnttlo are in good demand on tho gono, only a spaco of about six feet to to Louisville Monday with'a part' of hfs pass between the river bank and fonco. crop, of tpbacco'U try tho market. Mr. Louisville market. Good shippers, Ghandoih is'agootl grower of the Veed butchers, feeders and stockcrs active aud If it is pot attended to somebody will bo andcneralljj'geta the Jop of themarkgtTi a shade; higher. Prices range from $3.25 indicted. uiup a memo in me register anu pun to $4.25 Tho market for hogs is dull and Charles Tinues. "I ni thankful to ll,l.n Otn.jlnllftf. K111 tltnt mnnlHK Im lower. The receipts Monday were 7180 WUV. ...Vuv.tM. UUI Ulb jiiatlliuc io the News for that notice to hunters, also brokeJIAifdrob a fivoltylanjir ln our head. Best packers sold at $5..1o. to tho Legislature for passing tho law if it did cost $500,000. We are annoyed regigtcrvari(I pull out n nice christnias Tho Owonsboro Messenger says : "Mr. present(thnt TflrichlnTalnT bfoko-&u- Tvery much by the hunldrs." ,S, M. Dearie is vory ill with a complican tion of diseases nt his homo below tho John Gilbert and Miss ' Eddie Burro Beard, of HarJlusbursr. was in city. He has asthma, dropsy and will ho married nt tho residence of heart the bride's father, Mr. Mllburq jnear tiwn Sattmlay'iioking'ua at fthtiuDem6j jt rouble and his physicians seem to think Rosetta to morrow, Thursday. There crata over tho recent' ftepubllcan vjctoryt he cannot recp.ver. Hq has been unablo will bo quito a "to do" and tho neigh- i4 uuuuuiuy.. iiu nays no is noi a canto lip down for some tlmo and is compellborhood generally will bo i attendance, didate for jailor and has no idea'of being ed to sleep sitting up. ' " one(jt prsscnt. c Little folks write yojr letters to Santa' Hpw tho little boys and girls did yell Shelby TriploUaqdPey ton Shumate, Claus, Bring them to our storo and when tho curtains went up yesterday on wo substantial farmers' of tbo Rosetta drop them in our letter box. Littlo tho marriago of Jho nations. How they girls and boys living away from tbo city neighborhood arc In Louisvillo this week did clap their littlo hands. "I want this their tobaefco. They both have can mail them' to Santa Glaus caro of I want that nolt'smine bet-I'l- l get Sulzer's. We svill see that Santa, Claus good crops of hurley and they will get it going to write to Santo Claus iiho tdp of the market'as they do fn all brings you what you want. Sudor's Bring tho children to seo our .years. "Christmas goods", hear their merry shouts Tho Louisville tobacco market docs Our price on- - ourhdlJ(laJ goodflwfij ftt wlli mako you fcol joyful, forget your not show much activity either in prices electrify sales, our distrJuSUoaTis 'no a buslness'cares SulzeVs. or sales. Tho offerings are not large galvanized spasm it is a continuing cirespecially pf dark tobacco while, fl good. Tho Victoria mines partially resumed cuit forceful, bright, electric, drop'a dolpercentage of tho ysfllos, are rejected. lar in our register and get a nico christ operations on last Monday. About fifThere were 5 lhds. of Breckonridgo teen men wtiro put at work, clcanlng.out presentlhat will electrify you-Su- lcounty now dark lugs sold at $4,45 to mis repalrlngTind making preparations for n $.'! 7" and 2 hhds. of dark leaf at $7 to more vigorous foporatlon of tho work in A wlldreport was'in circulation-las- t $0 50. tho near future. For the present trains week that Bettlo a colored womAt Taylor, the active, busy, hustling, an, was sick with Brown,pox. Dr. Owen, will bo run from hero to Victoria only as small youngmorchant, of Jhsetta, is now tho a member 61 tho Board of Health Inves- theygraBeeaJed.J They will bring 'out happy father of a big bouncing baby boy, timber and other "freight John R. tigated tlo case and found that the wom- coal, DoIInyen Is tho.now superintendent. born Nov. 24th. It is Uiq joy and delight s an not only had no small pox but was not of tho household and never, did baby enin w... New tobacco Is loliinlni" tn Mw ilnllv. sick at all, and bos not been sick lately. ter more grateful or appreciated hands Mr. Sam B, Pell, ot Lowlsport, camo ered hqro In krgoquantlrles: 9It is a1 It is the first, of course, and - is , pretty up' Sunday. Itlookp kinder' suspicious frequont occurrence to seo eight or ton bright and Bparkling. John Irvin is his to soo a handsome- - young fellow llko Mr. big loads standing alongsido our factories name. Pell run Into n towu early Sunday morn- waiting to bo weighed. Tho Clovorport retefjBuso, the pld fUheriaiw, 'dletl ing and tako tho early Monday train for purchase has already reached largo proat OwQrWbbro lost! Friday of puoumonia. home. People say ho means business portions and thy buyers are still hustling His remains were brought ,t .thisclty, Tho farmers are complaining, though, and tho New; thinks so too, Saturday? 'He waa'GSV&rs' that tho buyers are too choice, and that Santa Claus arrived last night at old and has been a resident of tliiarcity by Bomo they lTi6reprl,,tWjo'na of his rein- castinggo longing oyocrops wjthout even of years, llvingpn a shanty, for a a in that direction. boat at the mouth of the creek. Ho deers died on tho trip ain't so He loft i hvo of his reindeers at built ftlhitf $dMwa$jM TTtlVflf Imna nml PnnrtniKilhomo this time, ROME, IND. niim1i1nn nn.l his way' to Green river; to spend tho windrqvothrough with Comfort, Goodtimes BA8so,"Sfs. ft"rcliabl ter flshtmni Mr. Plenty of CheqeojfPceMidmaiipiaes. 4he past fow rein and mud in our towu in hanlwork.nr rnan an'd'a gpbtl' fltihVrmanj 5ci'p , days, j&ii&tiiiM .,j He leaVes it wife and one. son now' Protracted mooting cloectl Friday ho dhl.lafit year.. Ho IsBobusy he won't grown. hayo llmd to talk to tqo littlo folks for niulii which was hold by Rev." Robinson several weeks but they eau Ukd their and RjBVDobQM. FOll DYSPEPSIA, diiMilMt, IndltloM. otxt M.miKthjiirrfiliw.Ukt letters to the, store arid drop them in btgtHp AuotvMt ikon Santa Clans' hter box and ho will get her AltijMtonikwptt,! petlmiite. (Jctnilnohai IrifMfiBCrHIeMorg'anVtlils' Undo marc ik1 or mI iwl ItUH oa wpuiiper. them ho find out what, you want. week. 0. J i Christmas II. '! l ' ri1 ' noadqnnrters.. goods an ,j (Befprp,you lisa.IIttttioJruoItcgan, "Tho Mock- jnspectlon ojF, N.'p'Htjy's nice stock , i J" buy.yourjjoliday , f Bt s. , rare-barga- ins J" The Thanksgiving dinner and supper for tho benefit of tho' M. E. church wrs successful. There will be a ball at tho Academy Hall Dec. 7thfThursday night.Mr. Jack Ackerman and aged mother are on tho sick list. Reported no better. 'tho dance at the now hall In Derby tho 2tHh was very successful. "Everyone seemed to enjoy himself hugely. Dr. Wlillo nnd Miss Anna Bassett visited R(imo.Suuday. t . - OLOVERPORT RETAIL MARKET. CORIICTID WtlKLT.' Apples, per peck ,...., k Uutter, per pound Cheeie, per pound Cabbage, per head.., Chlckeni, each Corn, per buihel Duel", each..,.,,,,., Egj-i- , per doien Onions, per prole 1520 5S10 1520 4S50 , e. 0. 0. 0. e. Spring ehlekena, each Wheat, per buibel Tomatoes, per dor Sweet Potatoes per peck Dried Dried Dried Green Deans Peaches Apples ,, , "SEAL BRAND" nas the strength, purity and richness HU10o. of flauor unequalled by any other brand of Coffee. jj 0. ja 25 J030' Fine nt ii .! ' I Coffee. c. 0. 0, o e .. , 5 15 4 CLlFTOlNi MILLS. 4 ,. 5 . 0 '. Apples. 'per bushel Turnips per bushel ,.... 125 35 e. c, . A,-- 3 Dye went to Stcphensport visited" relatives last in -- week, IH C. Haddock Cold Wave Comforts.'-- ' the-lim- a tjjy ".I" J Bab-bago'- e. -- ci-Y- M'iU ,..u. Mrs-Cba- Jl.ft.Jti Owens-borocam- -- Jefler-sonvill- c, c Meado county last week. Undo Berry Macy says ho don't think Flint's what our now ar- tho "Idiots" will put out any county ticket next year. rivals of OVERCOATS E. II. Parr was called to StupheiiHport aro. It's a comfort to the last week to seo his brother, Murray Parr, who Is quito sick. buyer to know tho price. August Dutschko was iu town last week telling tho farmers they ought to It's a comfort to the eye ship their tobacco to the Falls City to seo their beauty. It's House. We regret to bay that E. P. Mosely, a comfort to wear them our populai miller, who went homo ago, on tho account of 111 ' three weeks and it's very comforting health, is no better, to us to sell them. James Whitworth was in town last week representing the Ray Tobacco warehouse, of Louisvillo, Ky. Wo wish him succeed in his now occupation. Mrs. J. F. Claycomb and daughter Miss Addio, were In town lost week having some done. Madam SUITS carry ofT the Rumor says tills dress is for n special honors wherever thoy go, occasion. Jim O'Bryan, of Meado county, a vory and a man looks hand- enthusiastic Blanford democrat, was in town last week lamenting over the re sonio nnd picturesque in sults of tho lato election. Jim says ho prefers brains and morals to boodle and them. Just bring us TEN OLOVERPORT, KY. Strange Isn't It How easy it is for mankind to "get into a rut" The ruts bound some one thino-- . to claim him for. it's Our Famously Pretty own sooner or later, if not in all "things on dress-makin- g It used to be called We are vic- habit: these days it's ruts. ! tims along with the rest of mankind. . for tho various county offices to bo filled noxtyear. It seems that Hardinsburg wants to furnish most of them. Bo careful boys, tho way men talk in this section ol country, n Hardinsburg man don't seem to bo in it much. Never before in tho history of this place has tho flouring mill reaped such a harvest as it has in tho last three months. Big, littlo, old and young, male and female can bo seen coming from oyory direction with from a littlo mulo "turn" to a four hoiso load. Jim Cary trcnt them all alike and sends them on their way rejoicing. SILVER DOLLARS and election has developed many candidates we'll turn you ovor tho hand- It is a fact that tho result of tho lato bossisrn. ' Our weakness is the selling of good GOODS. We've been in that rut foe ," somest and most stylish fitting suit of clothes you over had on. i years, as hundreds of wide-a-wak- e pro-- ! gressive citizens will testify. '. ' The goods It is as good, ., as it looks too. we sell are the best at any price, as many It Is Overcoats and SUITS wo want to sell this week and ' I a man has found to be so. ,.. 1, if you ' ;.. .'.. Will you ' let ' 11 . u's ,do vqu? as.much for J . V ,r Come.-i- and ask us sonic questions:, A ). iT Mil-bur- OUR. come you'll get a bargain.' . 'I ! " ' f -- Xmas STOCK about W. H. '" BOWMER SON, . ' i ,1.1 Htf & ; Is open. Come and see it. We'll tell you more week. ' CLOVERPblM'i KY. Overcoats; oots, v i3;, P. BEAED' &'C0.,1 ,' .J '!.,' Hul ; xiais, .. ,n tlit '.I.., " "hardinsburg,,kyi.--;.iFurniture," I. ,( if '' "' Stoves 11. J ) ,i' .'iKn . i x ' U . " H'll ' ( I in .11 ' ' I'll "1 . I . 11 . ! '.1 M , t, ,m i f. i, 11 , -- "- - ' J. 0. BOURNE, J. M. UARPER, DANIEL BROOKS- - next Iflv ry B0URNE,tHAR?ER, BH00KS & CO., "" '' BABBAGE. FOR THE Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHKEP. ' 'i. ' fUrH ' jLmJ-M-" BOURPON STOCK YARDS Louisville, kv. j yung. Our Tho abovo is tp remind you that wo are stijl In (ho ring with sonsibjp, jrifts, for old and , If : fWal.'. Sul-tjbr'- : Holidays WATCH AND WAIT Holiday Stock is largo Our Goods New Our Prices Low Tho Latest In Style The, Finest in Quality Tho Ut-mo- st wvjprr suuuii Jien.all drains ana lots of iower In OeuoratlTa Ormna of cltbor i uowd uruTereiortlon.Toulkrul errors, zcesilTeniaurtobarco.oplnmoraUaf ulanta,wblcblfadtolntlriiiUr,CoriaumpUonor luMnltjr. Can ha CBrrieSla jl prioi,uiprato. of mail prepaid, Willi a Bold JMA ijHpucHh ordtrw llrennrlUnRuamiitiiliiturcrrtflt4ll n tncy. 3scntualid brail ;lnir1ti. Ak forlt, take rio. nibfr. Wrlla fnrfnaMedlrjl Hook AriKaisinu aluraalsla ClOTsrport, Kr bj A. H. K1SI1KH, and bf 0. C. 11 AUTIN, DruggUU. -j- If w MANHOOD RESTOReDrTrrMr SAM'L RAY. nJHf ROBERT P. HARK. anM in Variety. The presents you want, at tho prlcs jfou like, can bo at your Jkwki.khs WITH I jaalnjoi'raoH p p F. N. D'HUy. A trial - Crescent -:- - Tokcco 1- -:- - Warehouse, Fon 01m stock. . MIfefMrii O W. C. Moorman, GLENDEANE, KY. will convlHce the r skeptical that C. C. C, CertalH Eighth and Main Streets. from 803 to 81 -' Cough Caro" U the greatest LUUloVlLLh, KY. remedy- extant fer the earo Croup, Concha, With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storago Four Months Free. Colas, Sec, Ht RAY & CO., Proprietors. f,Orlo, tfr M 8 Highest of all In Leavening Power. THE BREOKENRIDGM Latest U. S. Gov't Pcroit. ,TwoftilertJ2ta'SilkrnittT.e Mfi, OLOVfeftORt, KV. 1 Tht.Qld,Jlble. RoYzvl Baking' s&m Powder ABSOLUTE!; PURE News. nihle, and a verse, An' kept a.twistin' things all round, until they made 'em worie; nut one who knowed a Rood deal more than both of 'em, aaldi "Here The good old bible," an', pral.e nodi It kinder calmed their fears! It kinder settled all disputes ltmadc "em m I 1 Jfo other xlousc ever did, ever will or ever can sell thusim. j)trfeolg)t)difor thi sa'tie low prices as KleinJiana Siinonson sell them. PIBHI JibiaB iB see J3PSiMa3l 1 GIANT CLOTHING EVERY DAY An' wbrf"he brougbUttie goiriql down, .good tor, l tell fd!k;'twaSioutti' U you, all the talkln'a like the luthin fRhtr" " "" of a rill, 5a&&i3 The Mammoth Lets Itself Lootc and mid Begins a Bigger, Braver, Bolder Slaughter in evci y Derailment tlian was ever known bcfuic on earth. MEKii -. ; lAn'the wordofOod pelt you Mill! walkln', an' it's gltlln It, but L II, JMljrilVT Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 0.J893. Continued from first page.) TIIK'nEW KEVENVK III Mi, Will Inspire tho Democratic I'arly All Orer tlio Countrr Willi Heir Hope And IXciv Devotion, AIIOL.D, SOUND TIEASUIIE.OFIti:. tOlt.-TIv . Louisville Tost What Jo these people want who cry out for more money? Money If not thelrfwanijliutfa price for their corn and cattle; when they would We may laborto sell, but can not. hedge In the cuckoo In vain; for no people ever yet grew rich by politics; but It la Peace, Industry jndFre'edoiiif thai bVlngftradc'Ja'nd, Wealth, and nMUng elselDudlcy North, u Li' V" 90 Ot ' Ycaterilay afternoon The Evening Post gave a full synopsis of tho roYenuo bill, with tho explanation by Mr. Wilson of the principles which have guided the committee whichiforraulated the bill. .. , The belief ofhrjjraembenfbfjtho comj niittee Ijjtlie belief Btn'tedftwojlmndred NortliJ- that'peace, years ago industry and freedom bring trade and wealth, and that no benefit comes from obstructions to commerce, exactions, taxation and penalties The first radical departure of the bill is in the substitution of a tax according to values, instead of a specific tax on im portations regardless of the cost. The specific duty was a devico for concealing from tho victim the extent of his sufferings. It taxed the 'articles used by the poor vastly more in proportion to their value than the. atticlcs demanded by the rich. It placed a tax on steel rails of $28, .which remained at that long after the price had fallen from $150to$5o. By a specific tax the tax docs not decline as the price declines but it is inflexible. Under the new system the tax on steel rails w ill be 25 per cent of the value, which is $18 or $20, making tho duty not $13 or $17 or $18, but $4.50 or $5.00 a ton. This principle is adhered to with consistency through tho vi hole bill, and of itself relieves the industries of tho co'un try from an immense burden. The committe then proceeds to enlarge the free list, removing tho duties on tiio articles which lie at the base of all our great industries; oal, ore, wool and wood, agricultural implements, etc , etc., etc., Here is another step forward. Not for a generation have the people of the United Stats had such promises of freedom, such aids to industry, such incentives to trade. The boldness, tho wisdom, the firmness nud the faith manifested by tho committeo will inspire the Democratic party all over, tho country w ith new hope and new devotion. At lost the promises of relief are to become living realities, and the platform of tho party is to bo interpreted by an act of ey fig-ti- re -- Congress. Following this enlargement of the free list, tho whole iron schedule Js revolutionized; the extortionate ijnd extravagant duties imposed to prohibit importations aro reduced to a reasonable ."basis. Free wool brings'in its train greatly reduced duties on clothing, bedding carpets and nil the products of ' wool;l40 p. r cent as against an average under tho McKinloy act of 80 per cent. And so, throughout tho whole bill, the aim is to chenpan tho necessities of lifo to tho jwor, to multiply forlall men the comfort of living, to r'duco the difficulties in tho path of the industrious. The sugar tux is reduced the tax on i'KK"i vegetables ond other food products is abolished. The more thoroughly tho bill is examined the moro satisfactory will it appear. There is no attempt to abolish at ono time the wholo system of protection. Tho fact is recognized Hint .tho ;lav 'has built up many foolish hopes', has hold up false inducements, has done much wrong. All cannot at onco be righted, but tho work begins, and begins aright, and relief is given and greater relief is promised. Tho bill is tho best possible answer to all who assailed the party on tho ono hand for ita destructive purposes, and on tho other for its timidity and indecision. It is a bold, sound, comprehensive measure of roform; it is a peoples' bill, drawn in tho Interest 'of .the 'masses, drawn to reduce taxation and increase tho revenue, rlt is Democratic through-ou- t, and will commend itself everywhere to popular support. It is a notable report, and puts on tho statuto books the verdict rendered by the people at tho polls. j. one-half; tariff bill fa not tho work of the Ways and Means Committee, but of a secret caucus composed of the Democratic members of that committeo Until yesterday the Republican members .of .tlistcdm-mitte- o knew nothing what evervXf,the character of the measure, so tiiat it is (Democratic In all its parts. But we risk littlo in saying that the greatest misfortune which can befall the majority in Congress will be tho passage of tho bill as It comcs.from tbo committee. That it will.) be calamitous to the courntry in 'its present slfapo goes with- .out saying tt .ilw 1 Tint taaiv auv tlii-- rtariv In rtwiA lino uu uidiiv 'iii j u trjnii uuo nn Tub!m and no expectation that tho bill will pass tin, ta-- ; orjrlnaj jshapc. It s int'rIijSa not'os a 'practical measure-o- f 'revenue reform, but as a feint to meet the promise of Mr. Cleveland's letter of frequBriWitterances on tho subjects Thd"Chrcflgoplatform is ignored entirely in the bill. That pronounc-.cprotection unconstitutional. The bill contemplates protective duties. The whole tenor of tho bill, its heavy reduction of duties on staploproducts, its placing of ''raw material!" rso called, on the free list, waTrwitTthejbelief IhaCit is introduced merely asaJ1Bon to those who supported tho party last year in tho interest of tar or freo trade, and that it Is to be passed in the House, as it comes from tho Committo, witli tho understanding that it will bo so emasculated in the Senate that it will either fail in that body or be so radically changed that it will not materially alter the existing law. Tfiere aro many reasons for this belief, not the least influential of which are tho recent elections which gave such clear indications that the people have recovered from their lunacy of 1802, and realize tho peril to the prosperity of tho country implied by Democratic ascendency. Should tho Republicans in Congress take tho majority at its word .and give. tho tariff bill unobstructed right of way to a speedy passage wo shall confidently expect a panic amounting to n stampede. uj, uuiy in vmiiiB?, uu, umuug lilt; Democratic leaders all over tho country.' Should the hill, as reported, become a law, the result w ill certainly be a largo increase in imports of those commodities which wo can and do produce economically in this country. That of course means a proportionate decrease of the demand of our domestic products, which means n decrease in tho demand for labor, uhiclrmeans a decrease in tho price of labor, with all its attendant hardships and privations. These facts are well known to members of Congress, eacli ono of whom will find that tho bill attacks an industry in which his constituents aro specially interested, and the aggregation of such influences will be so powerful that it will tax tho power of King Caucus to hold the majority to tho work of passing the bill. Tho indications point to a stormy season at Washington during tho pendency of tlie tariff bill,and serious breaches of party discipline may bo expected before the work is finished. We shall, ha vo moro to say on this subject hereafter, and from timo .to time point out what we regard as the most dangerous features of tho measure. .Domestic industries and National prosperity have never experienced bo serious an assault before, and tho danger to them was apparently never so apparent. That it may bo averted wjll bo tho wish-o- f every intelligent person who lias nudb a study of industrial questions.. accopt-ancCjrfdJ- i8 d, A feller may go round M klnder'valnr U lor, no matter where. he wander, (till come home a'eJfnl ou he rnutt 'j ft.tt 'it O H inav;twlit,rv'you nn n.l,a fin... . .... face td face! leal eomeJoymir case, may turn It make the ' FREE $3.78 for good worth J(I. for IioIIit working Suits; $1.98 - for two styles of Ulsters Worth $4. ....... I. . .. . A Burro to the person guessing nearest to its weight $428 $4.78 worth $7i wbilihg Suits; g4- QO uitrt; for a very good Ulster; worth for OVERCOATS Cut iu same proportion as Suits and Ulsf(5rfl. for Black Chin lot worth $10 $7.98 fJrey Ulsters; wortli $10. the celebrated Jmnclnd FflANK I, STANTON. Pants and Odd Goats almost given away. Items of Interest From AH Over The State. My wife had been helpless with rheumatism for several weeks and confined to her bed. In less than ono week after using the Electrppoiw site was able to be out and go tp(chtirch? ( J. II. Ilayncs, Owensboro, Ky. Siuco using tho Electropoise I feel at least 20 years younecr. G. W. Flint, Skylight, Ky. " believe the Electropoise to be tho greatest invention of thtf ago. Miss Mat-ti- e McNary, .Greenyjlle, Kv fuicctropoTse lias'gi veri perfect cases, ono neuralgia tbo other rhcuniatiaiu, and the results have been perfect! v wonderful, ltlchard J. Whelan, Bardstown, Ky. Thanks to the Eloctropqiso for what it has done for rao and my family. It has cured indigestion and liver troubles, besides giving almost immediate relief for toothache. W. K, Willett, Carlisle, Ky. I hae used the in my family from my mother-in-law- 1 7:1 years old down to tho baby one year old with tlio happiest results in all cases. Several of my neighbors hnvo them and all well pleased. Everybody should have ono. F. M. Callahan, 'Verona, Ky. To me tho work of tho Electropoise is amistcry almost a miracl ?lte.J. I. RUINOUS PRICES TRULY. $6.98 for Heavy Cassimere 8uits Worth $10. for Dress and $13. J enbugh $9.48 for nn Ulster good$12. for Children's Clothing, a banker; worth for a Fine Ulster, $11.98 cloth; worth $15.lined with Shoes and Hats K. ' J $300,000 WQBTH OF PINCHING f, I X TIMES PEI0ES. VWI TO HATS, SHOES AND $9.48 Ol O O 8uits; worth $16 for Fine Suits; wprth $20 Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings FURNISHINGS ALL IN THE - every day to the customer in our Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing Departments who guesses nearest to the weight of the Burro in our window. Guess Cards free with every purchase in thpse departments. We have imported a heard Burros, and will present- - one freo $14.98 1 WQnb For ferVaCnf$?o!Q 6UH9; QO Men, Boys and Children, that would take a page of this paper to Mail for the Finest of $25 Suits; enumerate, cut in proportion. pWdrs lllfed prOmplly. Giant Slaughter Come and Buy and Get a Burro for your Boys. 1 HI Now is the Tinie arid the Opportunity to Fit out for Winter m Mnil Orders Filled Promptly. KJeinhkns $ Samon5on Market,St., Iict. 4th nnd 5th. MS2IH of a iiew hand to the sets structure in a world thnti always stems overcrowded, but which always lias room enough and to spire for the real builder 'I he II duty of such a builder, when he lias laid his corner stone, is to discard foroertlie tlloutilit of failure, to look achieved; attd so upon Biictvps as aln-awithout the wactti of an ounce ofHtrtmgth to put his whole soul into tho work of each day. A subliuiefaUli rarely fails of its reward With reverence brJ it said that there can bo noi greater satisfaction to God than to take him at his word, and to believe In tho best and work for the highest. Christian Union New Fall Catalogue New Ready. Shoe Mid Clothing q0 LOUISVILLE, KY. HHBaHelHIHEaVHaBVHHHHiHflHHHBBKSalHiBHBlBMHHSBfljlHBHBWB.1 t HaVdy yillo", Ky(. Tho'Electropoise'has'ddno mo a great deal of good. Isaac Duncan, Lewisburg, Taylorsville, Ky. I am wonderfully pleased with the Electropoiae nnd would uot be without it for any consideration,. It hasdono a world of good for mo already. Mrs. Jonathan llcid, Knoblick, Ky. Mon6y could not buy the El ctropoiso from me. It has given my wife wonderful relief from Itlieuiiiatism. C. W. Wright, Campbells ille, Ky. I regard the Elect rop is as the won-tie- r of the Nineteenth century. My wife, though not yet well, is better than sho nas been for fifteen having been a constant Bufieror and confined to her bed with little prospects of ever being out, but is now up and about. II, yi-ar- putting his faith yit to be told. At tho appointed hour who, to win and of tlio in the right of the higliest to succeed, asthma and kidney trouble. I. Yocum, was drawn up at best his tho hack in question building mo oi Is uougersanwiiMivy. ihe' tlectropoise has cured " j j ; the Mauckport landing and a skiff put oil from tlio Indiana shoro for the trist-in- g place on this side of tlio river. But liko tho "letter," tho parties that they longed for never came. And from last accounts, both baekman and ferryman wanted to whip somebody. As many are wauling the words to tho popular song "Tho Peanut Girl." I givn them below: ' rt B iWoodwaril, I wandered down (he other day Along the rlvir ttrand, And there I met the pretty tnild That kcep the pca.nuc Hand. I her, she o.glid me, She looked o ery grand, None can surpan the blooming lasi t stand. That keeps the pea-nu- "SKSSS; 48'joJji8viLLEtKY. V cholera; FRESH OUTBREAK IHWBERLIN. 'GREGORY ' ( CO. KENTUCKY. WHARFMASTERS, Also Wholesale and Retail Dealers In i CL0VERP0RT, , Ky. Phi f couldn't hardly -- land, My heart It palpitated so, It shook the pea-n- Chorus She dress'd so neat, she looked so sweet stund. Alarm for Its Invasiorrof America Well Founded. .... BANK 07 HARDIUrSBUEG Capital Stock $25 000. Surplus $7 600. B. F. BEARD, President. WILL MILLER, M. U. BEARD, Cashier. nt Yellow Pine Flooring and Ceiling, in existence. Miss Boulay Dale, Ky. I think it is th greatest curative agent Kussell-vlllo I am much pleased with my experience with the Ekctropolso and believo it in advance of auy known remedy for the restoration of tho nor i al condition of tho system, and it has been proven so practically as well. as theoretically. Dr, J. W. Clarke, Augusta, Ky. My house was a regular iiospjtal until the Electropoise was placed in "it. A. G. Neweuui, 1232 Second street. 'Louisville, Ky. The Electropoise restores wasted vitality and the claims made aro not exaggerated. Mrs. G. G. Bereot, Louisville, Ky. Address DuBOIS & WEBB. Norton Block, corner Fourtli and Jefferson streets, Louisvllio, Ky. Her hair was frizzled o'er her brow, Ilcreyci were slightly cross'd, Her face was thickly freckled o'er, I.Ike mildew mixed with frost, Her gown of richest cal-l-c- o Hung low upon her neck, And sundry graces round her see With spots ol grease bedeck'd. Chorus I moblcd up how do you do My pretty lass I pray, I'm hunkadora, lnw are yonf Come buy sonic nuts j. Said I I'll take a half pint If you will sell 'em low And throV me In a kiss to boot She said go long old blow. Chorus I askid her If she'd like to have A man of my estate? She munched a handful ofpea-nutAnd said jou've come too late, 1 am the organ grinder's girl, And him I mean to wcJ. Do jou suppose I'd give him up, And marry you Instead? Chorus Oh! how I love that pea-ngirl, No one will ever know I wish that organ grinder man Was grinding down below, And now a broken hearted man , 'j ,, "V s'hopc.bj'1 A Democratic I'oornii-Ileliliir, Itcvcniic-Itiilaliiu- ;, Common- - eimo Document. Tho Willson bill may be defined as n diagonal cut between tuo Morrison hori zontal and tho McKinloy perpendicular tariffs. It bears lightest upon the necessaries and heaviesuponhd luxuries of life, without anywhero reaching thp prohibitive heights or tho hurtful depths It,is n Democratic, revenue-raisinscientific, common-seiisjust and equitable system of .American taxation, and for that Yey ' reaspfij will call forth howls of rago from tho here-toforo favored classes. T,he ihjugjfor tho Democratic Congress to do is to put it through in short order, so that all may bo adjusted IcTiUnJeneilcent conditions beforo thore is another opportunity for the rascals to stampodo tho fools. Louisville Times. e v IMo'u "i Itcvemie Only In II. And i Democracy, F ' - No V. i ' J 'A T f.NeW.Voifcun.l r fi tjiu JPUIILIQAN NTAJVDl'OINT. nvw TAiurr 'titpin: a he. Wo have read Prof. Wilson's tariff bill. bo called a sound protectionist document from ono end to tlio other. Thero is no revenue only in it, and no Democracy. If McKinley had madp it ho needn't bo asliamixl of bin wnrL--. in o It may TlicHoat lludleul Itoveiuie JTIenaure liver AKcniptcd Iu An Amort. can CotiKretM. Kti I'uimaus Will He Calamlloua to might differ with its dotalls, butUts priri? iijjiu nuuiu nuiui ilia iiuuubi uiu JlWiri. And it is tho work of Democrats' ' and tariff reformers! I i To what bae iiki e may return, HoKATlof Imperial CA'.n, dead and turnci) to $gy, Mll(Iit atop a fiold to the wind awajrl kd Tlio Country. CtnclnnallTlbunc ' Tho deed is done so far as tho Committeo of Ways and Meanscando it, and thoMjKljQlevUrHnfto be practically don6 a way wJuieofai' as its protective features aro concerned. At least that is wnat tno report oi tlio committed implies. Tho measure is tho inoqt radical rovenuo measure that has .over beqri attempted in the American Congress. Tho I Owo It - tojtell tho grtat benefit my w ifo hasTecei veil from Parks' Suro Cure.tho truly great Liver and Kidney Cure. Blip has been constitutionally, .Wjecked fpr stiveral' arsij .TrieA ovur-- i. thing fruitlessly. After much poreua. I sion from invt .'backed tiv lila 'guarantco a bottlo of Parks Surq Curo ftSI'Jho rcsiilts'aro moro than, wonderful. W. P. Bayej!,210-- Jones 6t.. Omaha, Neb. A. H. Fisher, druggist. o Buffering-humanit- y ( Wheat is looking unusually well for this season of the year. Farmers aro very busy gathering corn and preparing for winter. Sil Arnold will remain, on tho Wod-'so- n Hardin farm next year. Ivon Pnnlnn lina rnnlml C 1 in i 'folk'sfarm near hkron and will move " ' there Xmas. Ben Bewley and Ben Currant contem-iplat- o a voyage Jjutliwoni. It' seems liko these two'boys are endeavoring to discover a now world. Placid bo thy voyago and may you meet with many of ,tho pleasant acquaintances that I was loth fOvpart1 with while (on my "shadow grabbing" tour through tho sunny south three years ago. Some people say that they don't like tho southern peopio because they aro too much "stuck up." I for ono can say, that I never was better treated by strangors in my lifo, nnd when I occasionally' look over the many likenesses that T yet retain of those who diave shown many evidences of friend- snip 10 mo winio traveling through several of the southern states, I have a longing desiro 6 bo with then again ond over and anon find mysolf breaking forth in sad refraln-wit- h the old darkey; "Givo mo do songs ob cotton land, etc." A wedding took place in our iriidst tlio fynh inst., of somewhat romantic proportions. Tiio contracting parties wero Haynes Board and Miss Bottlo Fous1il. 'Ourjoungfrieud,had planned t$ run on, a iiacK nau been engaged to comey them from Mauckport to Corydon, Ind., whero tho inarriago, ceremony was to be porformed. But as Burns says, "Tlio best laid schemes of mice and men, gang oil to riot." The old folks got an inklinaof tlio course affairs liail.lnVnn (Wid provailcd on them to desist from iditdr lieadlong.courso-anmarry at homo Bettlo was liyi.ig with hergrand-mothcr- , Mrs. Ellubath Morgan ta.JIpnMn,fi now leefpjniy oj lymjsony) aprwaraEco) was justjcppipfetdi hi Utntf fon the wed1' dlng..iBut thtf amUaihg.pa'rtbf T. ..Ill iinmuuiuHuuiwreu It'-nXji-A wander through the land. My soul a bustln' for the gal 'I hat kieps the pea-nstand. I Chorus Ifl could pfay the organ well, I'd go to grinding too, And 1 would cut as big n swell ' As other grlndcrs.do, Hut as I dldnH go to war,1 nnu iuosc a icg or nana, z I've lost for aye my pretty lass, That keeps the pea-nstand. Chorus Shingles, Laths, Lime, The telegraphic dispatches of January Hair, Cement, sf report tho outbreak of cholera anew, Brick, 03 cases and 10 deaths being Doors, Sash and Blinds, reported Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic and all kinds of Building Material. cholera is among the alarming .possibiliSole Agents for ties, all stomach and bowel troubles assume an importance beyond the ordi- Homestead Fertilizoro arid Troy nary, and should meet with prompt Bono Meal. treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera in t lantum, diarrhea, uysentary, lltix, colic prdcri accompanied with the etith promptly filled and cramps, wind on the stomach, flatulency, distress after citing, etc., all point conclusively to n bad condition of tho stomach and bowels, and all such disorders should bo corrected at once. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptdwn. W. Va., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is the best medicino I over used Jor pains; for cramps and colic in children, ft can't, be beat. For flux, it is tho king." Mr It. L. Bienkinship, of Tooley, Wi Va., has this to say: April I had an extremely Bevere attack of diarrhea ; had twenty-on- e of my bowels in actions CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, less than two hours. I took three doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved 'A SURE and CERTAIN CURE mo instantly." known for ID years as the BEST Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, sur REMEDY FOR PILES. est, quickest remedy ever compounded Irr.i.4 McmP80 kidicisi to., at. tons., for each and all Pt tho above complaints. Moreover, it cures all pains, external and internal, and is tho best safeguard known 4 MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! to destroy tho evil effects of a change df Positively remove attaf flPffVfeL' water or diet. Pleasantitd tako. SwccU BPAVm. ened, children like it. Lightning Hot ilUngbone, Splint, urops is sold by alt dealers in medicine, or Curb, M. WWW, M..U WVI,. H UUiUV) VI .110 gUU,HU Irs 48 HOURS. tee : No rolief, no nay. Try it' onco. VtTlthrtlt fX(n fUmiHBkv1 Bo not deceived. "Look; for Trade-Mar- k $500 'Reward of natives gathering herbs. Made only For Failure or uy uru meuicine io., gpnngueiu, uuio. Slightest' Injury. V V a. MORRIS ESKRIDGE I ) R. M. JOLLY. INTEREST W. BEARD 1 - -- Dire tor PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS & Loulsillle, St Louis Texas TABLER'SDII T TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect At 7:00 o'clck A. M. Saaday, Jq&s 18. 189 Wat Bound Train$ EaitBaund Train. R3 51 3STO. 21. 11 Co. BIICKYEMLC 'ast rtlBllBIT .WiiM ih-SO- Bxpr's Kxpr's Dally Dally 720 723 730 744 753 801 8 40 8 44 Mall & 52 STATIONS Mail Bapr'a Hxpr'. Dally Dally 40pm 8 45pm 25 830 1145am 752 1140 7 43 1117 736 1108 729 1058 724 1049 714 1040 707 1030 658 1022 645 1014 638 1010 630 1002 625 958 618 955 614 942 611 937 600 967 565 927 644 916 635 908 627 902 621 ,868 618 852 612- 835 466 822 143 812 435 800 422 12 12 it 54 6 SOpjn 7 45am Iv.Un'n n't ..ai 800 Kentucky St. 86a 90S 915 9 24 80V 818 826 833 841 844 854 8 59 932 9 40 9 48 10o4 1010 10 JS 1022 1025 1033 1043 1054 1103 1111 1116 1120 11 20 1142 1255-- 950 PLMT 901 915 920 West Point Howard Rock Haven I) ranch Brandenburg Ekron Guston Irvlngtcn Webster Lodlburg I'lerce SLu.plc Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Sklllman Hawesville l'etrle. Falcon Cayce Lcwisport Powers Pates Owensboro Mattingly Griffith Shops ..i mm, .ft iiUBB .l.i ueillO ri-i- .t tliof' The Bisks of Faith Mpp, who acjiiqvo great things and secunHargo results aro obliged to tako great risks. This element of uncertainty in he outcome of the enterpriso is ofton foigotten when success crowns the men and the work. It seems then to the onlooker as if tho course had always been a straight one; tho ddubts, perplexities, anxieties and dangers are all outof sight. It is, however, in meeting these dangers and tho overcoming of these obstacles that tho real nobility of succefs lies. Tho greatest hour inn man's lifo' is not that In which tho world recognizes what ho has done,but tho hour in which, in his tremendous struggle with obstacles and circumstances, his power prevails against nil that stands in his way. Tho critical hour in tho history pf the great painter is not when nil the world gathers round his picture; but when, In tho long struggle to susUdu himself and givo his ideal expression, ho is tempted to aban-do- u Of all kinds or,Novus In cold his purpose and turn liII'handfeTtlio aqd sliver rjaUd'yvarr. Musical convenient pot boiler. The hour of real Toys, , Candles, Instruments. triumph for the business man who bus Fruits, Cukes, etc., ali at hard-tia noble enterprise in his mind and 'on prices, lie surd and' see our mo miliums uoi; wien, lortunov umga a nice line of Chinaware and 'alio a crown on Ids effort, but wliorf, against do ;iot forget tha( in books .we unfuith, lack of resource, sluggishness, can, not be beat as touantlty and and untoward conditions, ho sets his own low prices, Wc'ha've the right will immovably and carries his point thing, for every perVon. Come Colutnbaslwas n6t so great wtietsMieTiet and see hffy)ar fco(lJsjjake iooi on ino now world as when, on that 1 tempest-toss- o your money go. Vours for low voyage, ho hold his own prices purposo against tlio insubordination of his sailors. Every energetic spirit will confess that tho greatestexhllarationaiid N. delight comes, not from established success, but iu tlio hour of uncertainty when tho man matches himself niraiiiBt n wnrhl ,of obstacles and realizes that his for? tunes aro at stake. Such 'risks aro not? HHaManHaivVIVBnBMBMfSNWHBBGBH tliosooi the gambler, or of tho rash and 'jpconsiderate speculator, but of tho man oULiZErC S. l Spavin c This Is the Createit Wondar of the lain 'Century, astonish. lug, iu It dots, the entire Veterinary 'world rirrnllr anrl Sworn Proofs Mill ed Free. Dr. Qqy ChecinV No. 878 Canal St., Nevf VorJc 10O5 1021 9 41 948 954 958 932 1033 1043 1055 1100 1103 1110 1118 1128 1185 1160pm 1203pm IZIO 1221 1224 1231 1233 1243 1254 1 i , Stanley Worthlngton Heads Spottsville Baskctts IVpmlar.IIcnders'n lv 761 743 735 727 720 705am 411 41 401 364 360 Louis.ilieadinsbyrWesterfili.R, TAKING Hn 9 TIUP TABI C WE TELL YOU nothing new when, we, state that It ixtjs (oenrsge In a twrinanent, most healthy and nleasaut buil. nesshat returns a prutlt f)r.evtry?day'i'Work. Sucli Is tho builnos we offer the working dais. Vie teaoh them how to niuke money mildly, and 'ruaruiitee every one who follows our liiitructlout faithfully the making or S'lOO 0(1 n lnontli. Kvery one who takes lold nnvr and works will surely and s)ieedlly luereuii their earn I ngs; (here can be na.nuejtlou about lit others now at work are doing It. and you, render, can do the same. This 1 the best paying butluess that yon have ever had the chance to secure. You (wlll make a grave mistake If joU fall to glre It a trlut at once , l.lXQifnuPi "' ltuUdn, and act quickly, you will directly Add yourself Iu a most prosperous business, at which yoiintn surelrmaker'and lave large sums of money, The results o( only a few hoars' workJ VrlU ohen efral a week's wages. Whether you ore old or yoitn j, iqan Or woioau, It makes no dllference, do as we tell yo6, and suo eels will meet you at the Tery start; Neither experience or capital necessary. Tliosa who work for us r rewarded. J Why sot write for ful) particulars, frie ? K. C. ALLUN A CO., ENDLESS VARIETY Kf l 20, 1891. East Bound Trains Dally Dally Dally Dally ex bun ex Sun STATIONS. ex Sun. ex Sun No. 6 No.l No. 2 No. t 1130am L.v Irvlngton Ar 930am 12 10pm uarneld 835 12 zs Harned 816 12 42 Hardlnsburg 750 EFFECT wtiiuoinai rains JULY 118 130 lolly 148 Glendeane 155 Demnster 215pm arPallsltoughlv 250 Hockvsle 302 Iluth 314 Asklns 329 Oaks 4 00pm 715 JL. ArPdrdsvillel.y 644 634 614am 654 629 621 600 4 45am 7 03 n THELOUISViLLE&ST, LGUJSAIH LIME. (L. K. BT. L. R. R.) SHORTltST, QUICKC8T AND BBflT LINK TO Box No. 4'iO,:AugusU, H St. Louis. EyaniTillo Weit and AND ALL POINTS South-Wei- t, F. D'HOY. fliMdb3kflglIklglKl ' Lumber prmptly in Jarge or small Jts, f r aH.purpsest HERON & OO. , LLUVLBER We atti prepared, supply X Effect July 31, 1892, 8i0 a.s...8iJi p....4i29 p.m Arr1 St. Louie 7iM pm ...fli45 a m Kvaaavllls lilfl lOiOOp.m Tiii-Cu- ys Lt LobIitIIIb For farther laforoatlon, oil) oa or addrssr. R. A. CAMPBELL, i.i0AKLtA8,ts,'L9;,;:MoCIU - 0L0VBKP0RT, KY St.,,LouliTllU( Ky Titktt Third Main 0e, S. W. Cor tlTlK.Ky D,P' A'