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Tho State Board of Itailroful Commissioners have submitted their annual report to Gov, Brown upon their assessed value of railroad property in the state The value of railroad property ns reported by them amounts to $55,:5ll),0..8, bei ng $22,000,000 more than the valuation given by tho roads. A call has been issued for a meeting of tlio Kentucky .School Superintendents Union to be held in Louisville, December 28th. Mr. Alex Montgomery's son, of has been appointed a bookkeeper in tho office of the Sargeant-at"-Arm- s of tho House at Washington. Fifty tl ojsand bushels of coal hrs recently been purchased by Mayor Tyler for tho poor in tho city of Louisville. Tho members of tho Watterson club aro making extensive preparations to celebrate Jackson's Day. A number of noted speakers will bo present on tho occasion. Eliza-bethtow- 13, 1893. NO. 31. I Could. Still Going For Poor Harry. Ih I. , . roi lil jjti li irk n Utile wlillr, 'n br a liny Km rou Nkwh: Dear Sir: Your (Ins-to- n A Jerkin o' the inlnncrs with .1 little crooked correspondent bos exaggerated my ns I get "cm on the statement in regard to tho yield of wheat N (ie.tr the frogs jump, in Noith Dakota. I said wheat mado is 'N me sketiml wiiMer'n they wai, when they high as 25 and !!0 bushels per acre, oals lilt the witter plump. Wlshl I roiild (jo Inahii' crost the tneiUlcr unel- - and barley from 25 to 1)0, but not nn llu sweet, 4 N feel the iiy daisies n tlcktln' o" my feet average yield. I tun quite sure your All the while n.iwillillii' "n ii.sniillii " nt me Gtiston correspondent did not aim to I conlil j;if linck 'n lie like I usler be. Isht Wlsht I coi)ilK() t'mnrrer, 'n find "em nil the make me out tho champion liar of Ihq uwiJI I think its owing to IcP ( make a bigger stato intcntiongly. Alhev.vn the ilii "me; ... ee,Qckr nld mother always snecry ai uie his being lately married that caust d hint to get things mixed up, and would iavo IAo h'mter wnll lor me. whenever I was you adviso him to wait until the honeyii AVIsht I could look In heaven n sec her tliare moon is over and then ho will bo n table for what ho docs. Nctt a tender smile o love, like when I went should bo rich to lnsuro health. Poor blood moans Anajmla; diseased blood ' moans Scrofula. Blood FtOWER SUPERSTITIONS. Itnlilens' llnromctrr l'or Divining tlio Depths of Tlieir Sweethearts' Lute. It is singular to seo how many meaningless ceremonies aro now practiced by young women ceremonies which wero formerly used In earnest as lovo charms or incantations. Most of these, have an amatory origin, and in connection with not n fow certain flowers aro used, presumably an a means of foretelling tho future In eovernl parts of Now England when a young lady expects a visit from her lover sho will pluck a marigold, tako it in her hand when ho arrives and carry it until tho end of his visit, when from its fresh or faded condition sho will judge of tlio strength of his affection, A German girl, after having been called on by her lover, will put a star flower or dandelion in water and leave it there until jiis next visit, drawing an omen from its condition, while n Spanish maiden will tako a moss rosebud, wear it on her breast, and if it expands to becomo a perfect flower tho onion is considered exceedingly fortunate. A superstition of tho samo Kind is shown by tho East Indian maiden who places a poppy in her hair. In England tho primrose, is used for tlio same purjwso, and in country districts of Now England tho spike3 of tho rib wort plantain nro taken, wrapped irr dock leaves, plnccd beneath a stone, and if tho noxt day signs of now buds nppctir tho omen is considered happy. In France young ladies" desirous of ascertaining tho extent of a lover's nffec-tio- n tako the common daisy nnd pull off Its leaves ouo by one, with the question, "Does ho love me? Does ho lovo mo little? Does ho lovo mo much? Docs ho lovo nio with nil his soul?" Marguerite In "Faust" uses tho common blue bottle with similar questions. In EnglnKj the ash leaf is sometimes employed to ascertain tho faithfulness of an absent lover, nud tlio Irish maiden learns of her future by putting a shamrock in her shoo, after which sho wnlks abroad, and tho first man sho meets or ono of his name will bo her husband. Now Yorls Advertiser. Nearly overy German bakery on Third nvenuo serves breakfast and lunchoonto tho furnished room population of the east side. Some servo eggs nud cold meats, coffee, tea and chocolate Tho majority, however, provide only coffco, tea, rolls and cakes. Nino out of ten of tho customers tnko coiTeo nud cake. Tho.latter is not tho Fieuch or American kind. It consists of four varieties dear to tho German palate apple, peach, prune nnd sugar. Tho last named is also called cinnamon. It is o mado of bread dough on tho upper o ivhich is spread somo butter, 8ugarv and cinnamon. Then it is baked hard. Tho peach audnpplo cakes nro mado of thinly rolled bread dough, surmounted by slices of apples or peaches, as tho case 'may bo. When alittle butter and sugar havo been placed botween tho slices, tho baker has approached as near perfection as possible Tho dough of thopruuo cako is mado liko tho other and covered thickly with mashed stowed prunes. In tho best bakeries a slico of any of theso enkes from four to fivo inches squaro is Bold for G cents. A good cup of coffeo or tea with milk and sugar costs tho same. Thoso who liko light and swcot breakfasts can thus bo satisfied for 10 cents. Prob.lbly 5,000 cast aiders ent such breakfasts in tho bakeries every morning. Now York Sun. sur-fac- tWI'iViWW -- jloney lakes Wings I nu m ' 1 Scott's Emulsion tho Cream of on riches Cod-liv- ac-o- er lfecl like it ud help me to battle here with VIht I could go back n little while, 'n be a boy Hespectifully, Oil, E. L.,Siitij. tho blood; cures a ) V E Among tho incidents of childhood that J Al.inta Constitution. Btand out in bold relief, as our memory reverts to tho days when wo were young, Ask Your Friends. nono aro mote prominent than severe young mother vivit'ly re"Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla sickness. Tho members that it was Chamberlains Cough what they think o. It, and tho replies Homedy cured her of croup, and in turn in its favor. Simply administers it to. her own offspring and , ,will ba positive what Hood's Sajsaparilla docs, that tells always with tho best results, lor sale by A. It.; Cloverport, .and Witt it the story of its merit.. One has boon Meaddr,Fisher, Hardinsburj. H The Governor and Attorney General or dy)pepsia, cured of Indigestion aro not agreed ns to how legal proceedindispensablo for 'sick another finds it Prayer. ings shall bo instituted to prevent the headache or billiousness, while others What ia prayer? .. Prayer is sweet and consolidation of thq Louisville and Nashof scrofula holy converse with God, and in and report remarkable cures ville and Nowport News railroads. catarrh, rheumatism, salt rheum, tte. through prayer we can draw nearer to God Louis Hancock, editor of tho Henderthan In any other way. Prayer also is tho Hoon's Pi lis aro purely vegetable. son Courier, sold nine hogs weighing anchor that anchors our souls to the for six cents per pound, throne of God. Like tho ships that are 2,000 pounds Minnie L. O'Neill. bringing him $174 for tho lot. Who anchored in a bay, if tho anchor cord is So sweet is the communion of friend with corn begins to drift out to furnished tho country editor dear is the association of broken tho ship willi friend, so for this purpose is not stated. sea, so we, if wo let go of the anchor rulntivo with relative, so sacred is tlto The Rev. Dr. Talmago lectured to an thafatflrstthQUght of prayer, begin to drift out in the flresido relationship, audience of .1,000 peoplo in Hopkins-vill- e world. it sometimes seems to us that no other one night last week. When wo are lust converted, we nrav than an unsympathetic, than a merciless t1ii littihml't members of PVitlffrncu night and morning perhaps then comesj God would t rminnto this felicity, would morning and tells us wo nr6 i express hearty opproval of the Presi Bever Hu'bo sacrod ties, and call us into Satan some They had better get in a hurry about something. I Would dent's inessngo the feront beyond. When with soon or some we ask, not tako time to pray this morning and down to business too pretty eyes and bleeding hearts of them may experience some trouble in "What means this?" How feeble is the so we listen to Satan and let go of the getting back there. voice that whispers consolation within anchor, and the next time it is not so Peter Frakes, a reputablo farmer livYet, there is haid to resist tho gentlo wooings of the breast. our troubled spirit calling us to our duty, but did you ing in Meade county, found a box of enough divinity in our being, enough wisdom, enough love, enough power, to feel right nil day? Did you not feel like poison, known as '"Raticide" near his enahlo our bioken spirits to lift their there was something left undone that spring a few dayp. siuco and he thinks an attempt was mado to poison 'himself nnd poor heads above the ronring surf and sh uld have been done? I know by not things go family. Last summer some one set firo you did; aud-difrom exclaim with a voice that wrong with your work? most assuredly to Mr. Frakes wheat crop in the stack' the stars, "God rulrth all things well." Messrs. M. P. Mattingly & Co, large Just as tho fairest lily of thodale, tliey did, because you had left undono though long kissed by the gentlo pun tho most important thing of the day, and distillers of Owensboro, havo started "us it is not necup their big distillery for tho season run. and perfumed with honey dew, must at then'Vtg'ain Saftti lelis mother essary to pray at all of a morning. So It !b the first to.open up. last return ils beauteous form to earth that gave it, just as tho hardy oak we begin to drift away until after awhile Albert Schindler, of Brandenburg, fell that has so proudly raised its tnll head to we quit prajiug altogether and yet wo nnd ran a nail in his hand. Tho wound tho heavens and lias so triumphantly hold our names on the church book nnd apparently healH for a time, but blood defied the blasts, must succumb to tho claim to be christians. It is a poor poisoning afterW.rds set up and it is so must christian that cannot, take time two or feared he will die. force of tho invading tempest the fairest and strongest of God's child- throe times a'day.to hold sweet converse Editor John B. Gains has leased his ren the smiling babe fn tho mother's1 with God in prayer, it lightens tho cares newspaper, tho Bowling Green Times, to " of life nud brightens our pathway to arms, tho blushing bride, the gallant S. F Breeding. wooer, tho sacrificing parent, one and alb, Heaven. 1 Mrs. Josephlno Harroll, a young widtlio rulings of a kingdom on David had alike, return to dust whencoj hoy,came to'His sterij mandate and his.raind,yet ho novor wavered frotnfhis ow, fell dead of heart disease while plant-- all must bow ...... .1..&.. uut fiuji;u mA.niiln nuvu uuu ing a rosebush on her husband's gravo iiiuiiiii;, ..nr.. ..ml acknowledge that He, who' hath the' Ulll., l.i.t 'm. in the cemetery at St. Vincent, Union to take night. And how often wo see power to give hath the power county, d christians that do not away. Mr. A. J. Stark, of Louisville, has lost As dear friends,, loving relatives nnd got on their knees, butscarcelybow their aged and dqvptcd father gathered heads when prayer is offered, is that wife and eleven of his twelvo children an couch of Minnie showing a holy roverenco for the God from consumption within the short sp.ico around the death-visite- d and with oyes baptized in we worship? The Idoleters do better of two years. L. O'Neill Mr. J. Z. Moore, a young college studtears, eaw Jier lamp of life glinimer and han that, thoy get on their knees and rt sometimes fall on their faces to their ent at Palo Alto, California, received ingo out in death, saw her sweet spirit from its house o. clay, take Its Gbdsof wood and stone, and how much juries while playing in a game of foot flight beyond the mists, and like a white mpre roverenco should we have for our ball from which he died Tho young lha't gives us man formerly lived in Owensboro, Ky. winged dove, settle upon the Eternal kind and Heavenly Father was Only in all good things that we enjoy. And then Throne, we doubt not that it Charles Kreamer, for twenty years a this1 (hat weeping spirits found relief-o- nly how do wo read that bur blessed Saviout wharf master at Louisville, and a promin the belief in a God one and prayed7 What was His uttitudo when inent local politican of that city, is dead. eternal, only by trusting in His tender in prayer? It was not standing or sitCol. W. N. Haldeman, it is said, has mercy, only by confiding in- tils iniinito ting) but kneeling or prostrated on his abandoned his Idea of starting a now as love that they were 'consoled in seeing face. Some may say tltcy can feel in connection humble standing or sitting as kneeling. dally paper at Noshvillo tho beloved meet her God. with tho Courier-Journa- l. Though thus early jn life caljed upon .1 say vouannot, neither dp you when jisUind If you have anything you don't want to appear before' that bar of justice, it is possible to. kneel, 7fp'0na something your hogs won't wo must all, sooner or and pray reminds mo of tho Pharisee to sell, or around which tljitnHed God eat, why in tlio thundor don't ypu bring later assdmblo, to render aii account. ot 'thaUl6dd and prayed anl oflico and apply it to yuiir subher temporal career and receive her that he was not as other mon and so on. it to this If you don't read, and havo scription? eternal sentence, slip who is uowknown Ohlehrlstiaus throw aside this worldly for tho paper, take the s,u" to to earth only in tender recollections did pride andnever think your robe is too no use tho preacher, ho comes next. Mountain not go without having encountered tho fine or too pretty to kneel to God in severest conflicts of llfoi No, sho1 whdsd praybri I'dtAther wear a robo Boiled Monitor. T(iero aro thousand of people and on.my.knces in.piaycc.than .not .from-buinspirit now go from earth without having,seen loved tho richest robo worn by thoso who for many pretended business men who will ones supersede her. With a firm and fear of soiling it will not kneel. Oh, may sond their printing to somo snido conwhen christians will God womanly courage sho had seen loving servospeed tho day whole heart 'and not cern because thoy think they can got it llim with a had sa. n adored cling to the prido of life with one hand done five cents cheaper than at homo. faces become pale; she They do not think tho oxpress comes oyes close in their everlasting sleep; eho and God with tho other. , Mitf. F. W. Bash AM, oxtra, but In every caso it costs thoin which she had seon spirits depart with Lodiburg, Ky. more than to havo it dono at homo. was not to again commune, until they They seem to loso sight of tho incidental there should meet in Heaven, where Can't Please Every Body At once. advantages of tho homo printing concern they must slumber together until tho If a newspaper publishes something and homo paper to them or their busimorning of tho resurrection. of which they do not approve some foolmenish subscribers get mad and "stop their ness by giving them n 'iwrito up," Ilcnretl In a home where God id "reverTo be consistent the same par- tioning, them porsonolly in connection ed and loved, sho kn.ew how to revere paper," Advance-Sentine- l, ought to leave a hotel becauso someand lovo. And though she bad ceased ties distasteful was on tho bill of faro. with tlieir business. Jellicq thing to worship at tho family oU6rwhero her If there is any thing on the bill of fare voice had mingled with' thosb'.iof father thoy don't like, they don't have to eat disany Sand mother, though long; since a moth-Is'r'- tf it; if thcro ia Udn'tthfngin tho paper The A Good Thing to Keop at Hand. have id jeadjit though sho tasteful' they vflice had been silent,' Muhlpnburger, From the Troy (Knuwiu) Chief. , had ceased to Uod tho famijar paths Some years ago wo were very inucli " Our domettie, along which sho had strewn chiliiuooiTa )Mintie,. lias a subject to sovero spells of cholera morbus; roses, sho suffered not tho teachings1 8f bright little girl'," and now when wo feel any of tho sympyher dear Kentucky, homo to bo in vain. writes Mrs. h, O. toms that usqally proceed that ailment, Smith, SO North Though stricken down by tho cold 7 .& vzr?L. Washington St, such as sickness at the stomach, diarrhoea hand of death in tlio summer of womanRochester, N. Y., etc., wo becomo scary. Wo have found hood, just when the tender shoots of "and I have be- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarcome much In rhoea Remedy tlio very thing to straightvlrtuo nnd high feminino usefulness terested in tho were developing into strong plants and .fumlly. Poor en ono out in such cases, and always kept '.;. were ready to burst forth into .blooming ming B"B Juno it abbtiU Wo aro not writing this for a roses, Minnie' life 'was not lived In knows that her poor mother has1 had tho pay testimonial, but to let pur readers 9 vain. By gentfoness, generosity and loo consumption. Sho Is from a consumpfamily and had been on tho dechno know what is a good thing to keep handy sho had accomplished nioro than many tive tho unerring- "hectio flush" 6et in. in the house. For sale by A. R. Fisher, till over achieved, tliougU their locks aro Well I went for Dr. Conner's Golden Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, silvered by three score winters nnd ten. Relief, plvlng her 5 drops on a small . every 3 hours. I ttsed It of Through virtue, through truth, through lump her Bugar,. a month, and YOU outrht with about genuine feminine aflVctlon sho left many to sco the ohangol Sho has becomo hale BETHEL. NE hero whoso hearts long to again beat in and busora., I am knowing1 to several other cures of consumption iy it." harmony with hersj and with whoso Do not forget while using; It in these Farmers in this neighborhood aro spirit theirs will commune with tender grave coses that it cures a burn in 5 1 about dono gathering corn.-- ' fondness like twodqcjs, upon, tlio breast minutes, or heals a brulso or fresh cut soreness ever being any Tho meeting at Hlte's Run closed last without of a bridal angel. Tho injured Saturday with twenty-fiv- e swelling- or matteratlnfr. now additions , "We loved lu r yes welovcd her; bo used without pain. It also part can Hut angles loved her more,' quickly summpr complaints, and to tho church. Eighteen were baptized cures And they hay sweetly called her Sunday. To ybnderlslunlng.sliore.' II I flux,- - and. any dicaso,whore therois i Ondtablcspoonful The golden gates were opened '' Mr. James Hendrjclc, who has been said, "Come',' A gentle-voiccures La Grippe. Money refunded if And with farewells unspoken, satisfaction not, given. Never disap- living in tho Clover Creek' neighbor-bood.'i- s entered home." points. Contains no opium, morphine moving back' 4o 'histoid' homei Auks', i or mineral poisons. Take a bottla stead. -- ' ' Clionnil,-jKy.fc-K)8,','oa. homo ' . J1 UIIW'AHI) N. WOOD. d stifT-kncc- ""' Anaemia, Scrofula, Coughs, Colds, Woak Lungs, and Wasting Diseases. Physicians, h tho world ovor, endorso it. Don't be deceived by Substitutes! Trepared br Scott Tho old saying that "Monoy Takes Wings" does not loso its pertinence with tho flight of time. Good senso nnd a proper appreciation of tho value of dollars will induce you to buy your clothing of us . You will not need wings to rniso you up to the price. You can stand Hat footed nud tako them in. What uo you think of Boy's Suits at SI and Boy's Overcoats at 90c. and Ladies' Fur Trimmed Cloaks utJ.'.GO and lots of other goods In proportion. Do you want something for Christmas, if you do just fly right to our house and find tho largest stock of Toys and Holiday goods to bo found in the county. Our stock will stand tho closest scrunity nnd patrons nro invited to inspect It carefully. t Downs, N. V. All Druggists. A Happy Gathering of the Children and friends of Mr. Nelson Jolly. The morning of Nov. i!0tli was bright nnd beautiful, nnd every thing bid fair for a pleasant day. By tho hour of 10 a. m. the guests had assembled. A sutnptuouB dinner hnd been prepared by Mrs. Jolly and all present showed their appreciation for it by partaking of it bountifully. The weo hours of tho evening glided rapidly by and soon tho time for parting was at hand. Tito, sad pnrt was the parting of tho children with their father, whoso limbs nro tottering from age, fearing ero another Thanksgiving the place that knows him now should know him no more forever. But it is a happy thought to them that should his spirit be carried across tlio river of death ere another reunion, that their next one would bo on tho bright slioro of peace, where thoy meet to part no more. Thoso present were Mrs. Win Hendricks nnd littlo daughter, Annie; Mr. and Mrs Dud Miller and two chllilron, Eugene nnd Eula; Mr. nnd Mrs. James Lyons nnd littlo daughter, Mnry; Mr. and Mis. Win. Jolly, Messrs. John, Tico nnd Iluce Jolly, Mr. McGary, wifo and son, Lindsay; Mr. and Mrs. Granvlllo Wilson, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Yeager and littlo son and daughter, .Tosie and Forrest; Leo Yeager and Mrs. B. Bond. For a lamo back or for a pain in tho side or chest, try saturating a piece of flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and binding it onto tho affected parts. This treatment will euro any ordinary caso in ono or two days. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism. 50 cent bottle for salo by A. R. Fisher, Cloverport and Witt it Meador, Hardinsburg. j Jacob & Meyer, t BIG SPRING, $ is 'VWW 'V'W KY. FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! - U I.1IC SI. A Great ' fioui$ Semi-Weekly GIoLe-Democn- J Eight pages oach Tuesday and Friday, Sixieen pages every Week. Paper! Only One Dollar a Year! Somn No it York Hit'iikiusts. Any reader of this paper can get it free by securing a club of three eubscrlberi and forwarding their name, ON THIS I1LANK, with THRKI3 DOLLARS, TO GLOBE PRINTING CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. Remit by Dank Draft, cr Express Money Order, or Registered Letter. copies will be tent free on application. l'ost-Oflic- o Pauile To GLOBE PRINTING CO., St. Louis, Mo.: Herewith find $3.00, and tlio names of three subscribers on blank clipped from the Ilw.CkKNRiDdt Neks, published at Cloverport, Ky. l'lcaio send the Tuesday and Friday Quint Democrat for ono year to ms and, to each of tho subscribers named, Post-offis- e , State Names of Subscribers. I'ost-oflic- State,' ' : , iv "The Devil to Pay !" i do-pa- - )st , Tho phrase, "Tho dovil to pay," is not 3 soprofano Inits origin nor so illegitimate as some might suppose. In every printing oflico is a youthful specimen of huTHE POPULAR FAVORITE manity who cannot bo understnndingly designated to tho craft without borrowing tho Plutonic appellative. Tho phraso in question doubtless originated in n printing office on tlio occasion of the Saturday night's settlement of weekly accounts. Tho publisher, with a scant purse, receives the ominous call of his - - foreman. is it? What must I "Well, John how pay k "Tvpus wants five dollars, and wants four, nnd Coluinnrule says ho must havo seven." "You'll clean mo out entiiely. My subscribers haven't dono a thing nt pay"KISS-ME.- " ing up this week. But let's see. Yes, We call your attention to spoons. They arc hero's tho mojiey." cheaper than ever. Solid biker spoons ut about "And, sir I should like a few dollars the price of plated goods. We li.ivc them In ASSORTED FLAVORS IN EACH CARTOON. plain, fancy and engraved handles, in cofTee, tea for myself." "That's bad. But here you have it-- all sugar, herry, cream, etc, and what better delict-tlo- n "KISS-ME- " OR. Jm GUM, - Nearly Half a Million Cakes Consumed Every Week. S'.ioot-ingstic- SPOONS F. N. D'HUY, host 1.1 YOUR JEWELER. qusTiir. EKSTltO.CiI.lTT. NO GRIT, NO D6RT. That is Why Everybody Chews rests.with-horcreator.di- d g I've "But, got."- sir, you forget tiiuhe's tiik for a Christmas present can you make than some of our nice solid silver spoons. Call on THE NEW YORK " DEVII, TO PAY." And can wo wonder that thereafter, when tho poor publisher wished to particularly emphasize what ho deemed to bo a perfect crusher in the way of business, ho borrowed this significant phraso? N. Y. Ledger. WEEKLY HERALD WILL BE WITHOUT QUESTION AMERICA'S His Second Wife, Told him tho secret of her good health, Sho used "Parks' Tea" every night. A. R. Fisher, druggist. WORMS! VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Romodfos. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rnpsred LEADING It will A FAMILY way a, PAPER. The reputation that the Wkh.lv IIkkald has enjoyed for tunny years of being the .best home newspaper In tho land will be materially added to during the year of 1SIU. Vo pains tr expense will be spared to make it in every department the most reliable, Interf sting, and in structive of all weekly newspaper publications. be improved In PIERCE STATION. Miss Lula Cashtnan is visiting at Cloverport and Iiite's Run. Mr. Sam McAfee was tho guest of Miss Hattio B na Sunday. Mrs. Minnie Hyde nnd Master Dannie, visited Mrs. G. W. Cashman last week. Mr. Sam Koys was tho guest of Miss Cora Cashman Sunday, Mrs. Mary McAfco wont to Cloverport Friday to sco Miss Gurtie Keys, who is quito sick. Mr. Sam Cashman and family, Union Star; Mr. Gcorgo Thompson, of Now Albany; Mr. Allen Ilydo, of Derby; spent thodny with Mr. and Mrs. G, W, Cash- -' man Sunday. Messrs. Elijah and Wash Cashman mado a flying trip to the city last week, Mr. Milt McAfco was tho guest of Miss Carrio Cart Sunday. Littlo Walter Cashman is on tho sick list this week, Mrs. Jarrctt accompanied by Mre. Mary Argabrlght visited her sister near Irvington last week Times aro getting so hard that it is a hard matter to tell a cooking rnugo from a parlor organ, cany FOR 20 YEARS ir Btciiinnsox bedicise number of new features and departments will be nddod. The latest development In all fields of contemporaneous human Interest will he ably descussed from week to wick by accomplished writers. - ' SOLD EVERYWHERE, to., ht. locis. THE NEWS OF THE WORLD Will be given In a concise hut compleje form. Every important or interesting event, either at home or abroad, will ba duly detcrihed In the columns of the Wikkly IIkrald. In politics tho HimLD is absolutely independent and sound. It tells the rights and wrongs of all sides without fear. Farmers and stock raisers cannot afford to be without tho Wiuklv IIkrald during the coming year. It will contain a regular department each wsek deroteted exclusively to subjects of timely Interest to them, and giving many valuable suggestions and new Ideas. The women and children of the land will find In the Wukkly IIreald a welcome visitor. Tho household and children's pages will be bth Instructive and entertaining. They .will abound In hints and receipts which women so much value, A brilliant array of novels and short stories by the best writers in America and England has been secured, so that fiction will be one of the most attractive features tntho'Weekly "' ' Herald during 1834. In faot, the Wkkklt IIkbai.I) will b a magastne of the hlghost order, combined wtth a 4 k The first W- Newspapers, Editor. iiiiiiftrniiiii' WP of American I'M - CHARLES A. DANNA, The American Constitution, the American Idea, the American Spirit. These first, last, and all the time, forever 1 g. The Sunday Sun tr-cr- - Is tho Rreatest Sunday Newspaper in complete newspaper. tho World. $2 a year Price 5c. a copy. By mall, NOW $6 a year Dally, by mall, Dally and Sunday, by mall, $8 a year $1 a year Tho Weekly. Attdrcav TUB SUJY, IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. . New York. 2E2 ONE DOLLAR A YEk SEitsro for s.ni'T.iEi obir. ADDRESS, THE WEEKLY HERALD, ' :ou-iVKax- .. a'-i B-- ' A , t t !' t! , '' nitt" "' mi I ,. to-da- y. SULZER'S. HERALD SQUARE, . NEW YORK. 'y , k.- - : aaffiPEK' " ". t- - ." V'-,- , - ..., - - .;.. -- .,., ,. . v&v..---- - - sJHfilffc'iMisSlSWI .' .2 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1893. THE. BRRGKENRIDGR NRWS, GLOVERPORT, KY. stalk grew. Business nnd shipping points are almost nt every man's door. Sleepy villages now givo forth the busy hum of citv life Ho occupied his st.tllun in tho grand achievement, which pobubly no other, man could havo filled, nnd without which It never would hnvo been Do wo rightly nnd" sufficiently appreciate the iiinn and his work ? He has filled his spneo in his generation. Ho has surpassed tho most of his fellows in tho nchiovements of life. He has been useful nnd beneficial to his fellow men. Cloverport especially owes him n largo debt. 1iok nbont iih, and tho reason why is as npimient ns the noon-danccom-pllshey Jno. D. & T. 0. Bttfcage, Editors anil Preprlet'n .1,., Nt. Ij. A: 'I'. i.ornl Time t!nrit. 9 .42 a.m. Mall and Kxpreii going Kasl 10.SS a.m. " Weit " fi.Of p.m. tfxiireii " Kail 9.15 p.m. Weit a.m. LoeauVrelclitJk A' ? W 4 Wt..5..,9.20 a.m. d. Kil.:.u..M nirlvtare V I '- FOB COUNTY JUDGE. authorlrtS to. announce KI.tJAII lIOAIttlnsn candidate for County Judc, subject to the action nf tliflemncratlc puny. w " jl - HJK LUUNIT ULtHK. ri5 are' autl'orfrcil tn announce JOHN I, HHKl.KIt a n candidate Tor County Court tllrrk, subject to the nctlon of the Democratic party. ..Ti7. sun." ilirKare authorized T DeJHHNKTTK FOR JAILER. to announce J. STTA11T as a candidate for jailor of RreckenrldRe County, subject to the action of the Democratic party, HON. R. R. PIERCE. HIS DEATH OCCURS AT HIS HOME IN Tribute to the Memory or Of Mr. Pierce, by Ono Who Loved Him For His Worth the irrepnrablo losssustalned 7 ISIX PAGES. THIS CITY ON THE 8th INSTANT. Quk advertisers nro n lively set of fellows. There nro no dull times with Tiieni. t What they liavo to say to our readers is opportune and timely nnd Peacefully and Quietly Ho Passes Away Surrounded by Hi3 sparkles with interesting things that are Relatives and Friends. now upon us or will be in tho next few days. Head nnd study their announceof ments, and you'll get in touch with the A Sketch of His Life, a Tribute Resolutions of Respect Love and times. by Those Who Have Known It will bo noticed in this issue that Him and Revere His several gentlemen are already candidates Memory. for tho 'different county oflices. Theso well-know- n all over are all good men, Tho county, and if they should receive tho nomination will make it hot for any Republican that opposes them. As the Iwll is now started to rolling, we may confidently looto for several moro announcements in tho near future and the bushes will soon begin to shako in old BrcclceiiTidgo in a lively manner. We arc pleased to bo informed by a friend that our information, of which we made mention a couple of weeks ago, that Ga3 City, Ind., had relapsed into n dull country town, is all a mistake. Several large factories thero nre running full force with more in sight. The city is prosperous nnd holding its own well through these times of stringency. This is gratifying information, for we have Home Urockeurhlgo county friend then that wo wish above nil toseo so proper that they may bo ranked with the "Jtobber Barons" of the place. Mit. C. E. Sotnmcrs, business manager of tho Elizabethtown News, is a candiof tho State date for Sergeant-at-Arm- s Senate. His chances seem to bo very good for tho place, and tho News is sorry it hasn't a vote to give him to help swell s his majority. Wo don't know Mr. we do his brother, intimately, but Hnrry, than whom a moro congenial, man is not to bcfonntl in the state, and for this reason we are glad his brother is to be rewarded. We don't know how Senator Grosss feels in the mntter, hut wo should like for him to give Mr. Soniniera some consideration for the office for which lie aspires. Som-merwarm-hearted A GOOD MAN GONE. The Hon It. It. Piercodied at his home in this city Inst Friday, the 8th inst., at n : 30 o'clock p. m. Mr Picrco had been sick for .several months, and it had been appnrent for sometime that his taking off was only n matter of n littlo while. Ho was first taken with inflammation of tho bowels, which was followed by a general breaking down of the system. Tho funeral services were held nt the Pierce residence Sunday afternoon, conducted by the Itev. Dr. J. 11. Cottrell and tho Row II. T. Lampton, after which the remains were deposited in their last resting place in the Cloverjiort City CVint'terj. The pall bearers were A. 15. Skillnmn, F. iN. D'lluy, .1. T. Skilhimn, .Ins. II. Moonnan, .1. K. Keith and Dudley llambletou. Wo know no more fitting tribute to his memory than to make some extracts from a sketch of his valuable life which we published in theso columns nearly a year ago, Jan. 11th 1S9.1. "Mr. Pierce w as botn in Louisa county, in tho state of Virginia, in ttte year 18L:i and was educated nt what was known as "Old Field Schools," at that time the best patronized and most popular schools ot any in the "Old Dominion." At an early age ho became n clerk in a country store. Afterwnrds ho wns depot agent at a point on what is now the Chesapeake it Ohio railroad. In time lie was made conductor on a train on the road also mail agent between Washington City nnd Richmond, Virginia. Tho attention of tho lato D. 11. Harris, ono of the largest tobacco operators in the country, was attracted to the young man who wns exhibiting tho finest business capacities. It resulted in an engagement of his services to come to Cloverport nnd nuinngc Harris' large tobacco business here. This brought Mr. Pierce Hh has to Cloverport in tho year resided hero from that day to this. As before remarked, a more useful man never lived in any community. His tobacco operations were large for a grent number of years, in which time liu paid out largo sums of money to planters and employed hundreds of hands in his stemmery. His fairness and justness as nn employee was singularly Illustrated in a successful race he inado for the Legislature, somo yenrs ago. The laboring population of Cloverbort voted for him, black and white, almost to a man, regardless of party affiliation, giving as n reason that ho was a public benefactor and a just man. During his career as n tobacconist, ho engaged in other enterprises merchant miller, farmer, etc. driving everything before him with an energy and activity that wns remarkable. Ho built several of tho Inrgest houses in tho olden times of Cloverport. The largo brick building on Front nnd Oak streets, in tho West o end; tho large building where tho kept, (now tho Heyser is now House) which ho rebuilt from an old frame ; tho handsome and commodious dwelling occupied by his son It. II. Pierce, on High street; tho largo store house of S L.Sulzer; tho lnrgo tobacco stemmery on Huston street, and other houses of various kinds not now remembered by tho writer. WMln n member of tho Legislature ho procurctl u charter for a rnilrood from Louisville through this section, called tho "Louisville, Clovorport & Western." With Bitch a man ns Mr. nerco tins meant actuality not a railroad merely on paper. Ho saw its possibilities, nnd nfter his servico in tho Legislature, with his usual untiring energy and indomitable perseverance, ho allied himself with others, nnd his lnbor finally eventuated in tho Louisvlllo St. Louis & Texas rail road and Fordsvillo branch, today recognized by its owners and all otheis us n splendid property, n benefaction to tho country through which it passes. Were that railroad the only of Mr. Pierce, it would bo enough to crown htm with honor and invoke tho gratltudo of tho people. Who of us can estimate the nnxiety suffered nnd tho lnbor performed by tho man to consu-mat- e his hopes? Ho quailed before no difficulty, yielded to no discouragement, d submitted to all "kinds of ridicule,-anmoved onward till success, hoyond even his own most sanguine expectation, rewarded his labors. How largo tho benefits that tho pcoplu along this railroad enjoy I 'It matters littlo now that tho Ohio freezes and dries up, tho people can travel nnd ship every day in tho yenr. Towns havo sprung Into existence where formerly tho corn 18-1post-ollicllfo-wor- k family, in tho death of Hon. It. It. Pierco I will not hero speak, but I havo deemed it only meet to speak of him as a fellow-citizeand of tho loss sustained by tho cammunity of which he wns so conspicuous, useful and honored a citizen. Mr. Pierco is dead hut his impress Is indelibly and lastingly fixed on his town and community. Words are not neccs-sir- y to keep alivo his memory. So long nstho whistle of n "Texns" locomotive is heard, so long will his indomitnblo energy nnd unflagging industry bo proclaimed nnd kept in memory in this community and nlong tho Hue of the railroad ; so long as the smoke rolls from the numerous chimneys of houses built by him in Cloverport, so long will his love for, and faith in Cloverpoit nnd his progressive spirit bo known nnd talked of hero ; so long as the melodious bell of thollaptist church peals out Its notes of invitation to come to Christ, so long will it bo known nnd remembered thnt Mr. Pierce wns n faithful man of God nnd zenlous in tho cnuso of Christianity. A monument over his last resting place may be reared by loving hands, but it is not needed in order to keep him in memory. His inoiiiimenls havo been erected by his own hands all about us nnd nt every turn in our littlo city, his hand has carved, not his name, but his deeds in structures of brick, stono nnd steel ; and his labors nnd upright, progressive life have .curved his "memory lines" in (he henrU of those who have lived with and near him, nnd who have learned to love nnd respect him. Ono who loved him for what ho wns and for what ho did, writes this as a tribute of tho heart to his memory. n by tho Copy of Resolutions Tub Perry County Farmers's Institute met at Home on tho 8th inst. and held an interesting and instructive session lasting two days. Tho Institute was not as well attended as it should hnvo been, though those present discussed the subjects before them in a manner that showed they were not only practical farmers, but had. also, given much thought to scicntiflo theories as well. Theso Institutes are proving to bo of much benefit to progressive agriculturists of tho lloosier state, and wo hope soon to seo them inaugurated in this state. Surely something of this kind g farmwould lift many of our ers out of their old ruts. slow-goin- Seen u member of the Hoard from the organization ol the Company. Tiiirekjhi: Itemlveil, That tills Uoird Imi receltedthe Information with tlncere torrovi and that the Directors licnby express their high appreciation of Mr. I'lerce'i character as a man and an associate on tin- - llmr.l nr mi... . They reallc, in his death, the loss of n pleasant ..urn,.!!!..!,, anu one who was acme and e.lrnct In the Interests of the Company. ItKBOI.VKD. That these res.llnllnn. I, n I upon the records of the Companj , in the minutes Mo lUVCIIII, riftnun ....- -. I it J. K. McCracken, fJenrtfc II. I.amkln, TrnsnriT. . Sjeirelary. Adopted by the Board of Directors oNhe Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Railway In Meeting Assembled, Dccsmbor 8th, 1093. Ix)L'isvii.i.ir, Ky , I), ( inl,t.r g, isoa, "Wiikheas, Tl.li Iltmnl lianjiut been lulvls. cilofthc death of lion It.U 1'iercr, who had .... 1100 Reward, 100. lender of this paper will be pleas ed to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Cntarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh being n constitutional disease, requires n constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces ot tho systom, thereby destroying tho foundation of tho disease, nnd giving tho patient strength by building up tho constitution nnd assisting nature in doing its work. Tho proprietors havo bo much faith in its curat! vo powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for nny enso thnt it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonAddress, F. J. Chenoy & Co., ials. Toledo, 0.. CSTSold by Druggists, 75c. Tin- . Sad News For Fred Pierce. Tho Daily Optic.Kast Iis Vegas, N. M. saysT Hon. R. R. Pierce, father of F. II. Pierce, of tho Agua Pura company, died at Cloverport, Ivy., this afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Mr. Pierco was a visitor to this city about two years airo.hisson hnvimr for several years been ono of our leading imsiness men. The son will havo tho sympathy of the entire community, as soon as hisnllllction shall become known. HARDINSBURG. L. H. & W. TIME TABLE. Pamnger Dally arr. Hardlniburg12:4J p.m. Pauenger Dally arr. llardlnibur.. OOINO OOINO WX8T. CAST. 7:50 a.m Jailer DeJernctto has been Ust several days. Miss Salllo Kincheloo from Henderson. Mrs. on the sick has returned was visiting nt John Alexander PROGRAM. Of the Public Meeting: of tho C. L. S. C. Held in Hardinsburg on the Evening of December 18th 1803. CAKSAK VA. I're,t M. I!tkrid;c. Addrco Chorut"Mcinorie of Childhood" from Mycrbeer's Opera of the Huguenots, lliograph of Julius Caesar Jesse It. Kskridgc Mln Kva Heniley, Vocal Solo Vincent. "A Clutter oflloscs" Address lllmctalllint l'rof. It. I". Miacklctt Duet, violin and organ ,Mr. Jesse U. and Mix Katie nskrldgc "Loves Dreamland" Openini; Exercises, ... Hecltatlon-Kentuc- ky Hell Mlu I.llllc Cooper Quartette. ."Soft floating on the air" '10. Caciar'i place among the great army Dr. Milton Hoard. of the world II, Music "Mlime" from Verda'i opera ' III Trovatorc, Dismissal, TO FARMERS. I am now ready and prepared to prizo tobacco for farmers, Bring ypur tobaccp to mo nnd I will prize and ship 'if nnd guarantee satisfaction in every instance I Jiayo dry hogsheads and competent and experiences! jnen to handle- It. My cltargo for prizing and delivering to depot Js $ICOpcrhhd. Givo mo a trial. G. F. Caiitkh, Gross. Jt Miller Warehouse, Cloverport, Ky. - it m uk J' a cic a cur.s Or you are all worn wit, really nood for nothing IV It ti general debility. 1 ry 11HOWWH SHOlf iUTTKUS. will cure TWandgtree, good appetite. Uy all dealers lu Bold to remain with Judge Rnwlings family 'till spring; Henry Rnwlings hns been in poor health for sometlmo and wo nil hopo n sojourn with his family and friends will.restoro him. Tho Janson family, who havo had typhoid fever since July, nro very poor and needy, They arc in n houso on Mr. George Dowden'a farm and anything lit the line of clothes, bedclothes or provisions will bo ncceptnblo. A grcnt dcnl has been done for them, but a long, cold winter is boforo them. I heard an excellent discourso last Sunday at 10 o'clock from Fathor Her-butHe spoko very feelingly and gavo a lucid conception of ndvent nnd how it should bo obsorved to enjoy Christmas. He will preach horeaftcr on the second nnd fourth Sabbaths besides filling appointments on week days. I then listentown.,-- , i , ed to n sermon by Uro. 1 lagan along tho All parties indebted to us will plcaso same channel of thought Expecting n como forward and settle as wo wish to Deliverer. Uro. I lagan always preaches a soulful sermon. A very largo congregawind up nil our partnership business. tion, and tho choir rendered somo good Witt &. Mendor. music. h. Harned last week. Miss Emma Jlosoloy was here last Saturday and Sunday. Fine candies, cakes, nuta, etc, lowest prices. W. B. Hardin. Mr. J. 15. Ituzby and W. W. Vessels were at homo last Sunday. Thomas Rhodes went to Louisville to dispose of a crop of tobacco. Prof. Shncklett purchased 200 now chairs last Saturday for tho now college. It will pay you to visit W. IJ. Hardin boforo buying your Christmas goods elsewhere. Our stock of candy will be entirely now and fresh for Christmas. W. I). Hardin. Mr. A. B. Skillman, of Cloverport, passed down on tho train Thursday for Jolly's station. Mr. David Hardin nnd. daughter, of Missouri, were here last week visiting Mrs. J. A. Witt. Tho last regular meeting of the members 6f tho present city council will bo held next Tuesday night. County Court day next Monday. Tho Democratic County Committee hns been called to meet on that day. Mr. WInobrinner, tho tobacco buyer of our town, is n hustler. Ho has already bought 70,000 pounds of fine hurley. I havo tho Improved Dohornor for dehorning cnttlo nnd nin ready (or work nt 10c. per head. O.C. Ahl. Parties, who hnvo crops of flno Uurloy tobacco for snip, will do well to bco Mr. Wlnebrlnner, tho tobacco buyer of our Last Friday was n holiday with the The Aid Social at Mrs, Harrington's Catholics of this vicinity. There were Inst Friday night had n big crowd nnd n services nt the Catholic churclly Rev. good time. Tho most unique one yet officiating. will bo on Friday night nt Judge C. C Rev. Untlede, paslor of tho ItniitM Fulrlelgh's residence. To tho individual church, Is holding a protracted met ting drawing thu best pig n prizo will bo here, assisted by Rev.' II. II. Hibbs, of nwnrded, nlso to thrt poorest plgglo Central City, Ky. Hero's n chance to display your The candidates are announcing them artistic skill, as well ns winning n meselves tnrly, hut It will ho some littlo mento of tlio occasion. Mr. Hardin Is an time yet before tho races for tho various Indefntlgahle worker in lur church and olllces nre .undo up. begs that alKdcnomlnations nsst mblo nt Kiucheloe, Mendor & Hoard bought her father's homo to aid a good cause. n:t5foot lot on Main streit of James The ladles of tho M.' E. church will Gardner last week nnd will soon begin have n phantom auction nnd oyster sup-P"- r tho erection of n new drug store. on Christmas night for the benefit Mr. Owen Cunningham Is favorably of their church. Everything will ho mentioned oh tho man fur thu county most comfortably arranged nnd oh, the court clerk on that ticket next year. lovely mnlds In ghostly npparcl on which Mr. Cunningham mado a good race four thu gallunt kuighU can purchase, and years n'go. perhnps for i nnd nil, whd knows? Mr. Fred Kayo, Vino Grove, was hero Now these good christinn ladles who nro last week. Mr. Kayo is a member of tho stiiving so earnestly to finish their firm of Kayo, Muttingly & Hoben, this church ask n liberal patronago from plnce, nnd is occasionnlly here to look homo and suiroundlng country. Tho nfter the business. oysters will bo served to suit each indiSomo parties bought ti few feet of vidual's taste nnd In thodainticst manner ground on Mnin strctt last week nt $10 by dainty damsvls. n per foot nnd they regarded It as u Stnn.it R. Young opened tho senson of Lots for building purposes on approaching gaities Inst Wednesday by Main street nre not nt nil plentiful nnd this makes them tho more desirable. n debut pnrty nnd afternoon reception. brilWo doubt whether unother foot could A number of buds assisted in his liant como out, nnd ho makes his bow to bo bought for less than $'20. Mr. Joseph Kremer, tho city baker, socity under tho most flattering auspices. who has been sick for the last three lU bachelor npartments were aglow months, wns out last week. He was able with light nnd beauty. Potted plants, to go to his store and do some baking for palms, smllax and ferns were intertwined the first lime iu thruo months. From interlaced nnd festooned into every design nnd placed In every this time on Mr. Kremer will bo able to available space Yellow chrysanthefurnish fresh bread, light rolls, cakes, pies, etc., to this community regularly mums adorned his corsago nnd a bunch every week. Ho also hns a nice lino of of beauty roses graced his delicntehnnds. confectioneries and Christmas goods for Hnndsomo family plate, snowy damask, the holldajs. Call and seo Mr. Kremer. shimmering glass, with n menu to tempt tho Gods, greeted the guests in tho dinBRANDENBURG. ing room. Misses Nannie nnd Alllene Murray, Cloverport; Miss Addio G. Dick Ditto's fever continues. Ditto nnd Mr. Smith, Louisville; Misses Fannie Pusey Phillips is right sick. Luln, Nullio and IJeitha Lewis, John Powell is typo at tho Messenger and Nellie McGoheo and L. L. Mattio Lewis, office, doing number one work. chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Misses Allleno and Nannio Murray reFairleigh wt re tho invited guests. A turned to Cloverport, last Saturday. beauty rose ns a souvenir of the occasion The Methodist chinch looks Imposing was presented eaeli upon departure. with its lofty spire and beautiful dress of Congratulations in profusion by this paint. writer. Mr. Jess Herndon, of Webster, spent last Sunday with Mrs. '.. T. Ilerndon's family. Misses l.fiii! Willflt and Kulii Jones weio guests of Mrs. Win. Sniulera List Cloverport Is Visited Again Sunday. By a Big Fire. Miss AtWie G. Ditto lias returned to LouiBville to her sister's, Mrs. D. W. Fairleigh. Dr. Lightfoot's Residence Goes Up Mrs. Dr. Pusey und Mrs. J. W. n in Flames Early Last Wedspent hu-- Tuesday in louisvlllo nesday Morning. shopping. Mrs. Uhns. Casp.rko went to Louis ville last week to see her sister, who was EVERY THING IS A TOTAL LOSS. quite sick. Dr. J. F. Lightfoot's residenco (former Miss Jennie Ilurdin has returned from ly tho Dr. Wnrfield property on Louisville, where sho combined business street, between First and Second, inHigh this with pleasure. city wns completely destroyed by fire at Mrs. Julia Ditto Rees, of near Colum- 2 o'clock Inst Wednesday morning. The bus, Ohio, is yisiting her parents, Mr, particulars nro nbout as follows: Dr. Lightfoot moved to Hnwesvllle and .Mrs. J. K. Ditto. Monday nnd Tuesday Mr. John P. Everybody is talking, thinking, dream Beverly, n tobacconist from Henderson The house ing of Christmas, nnd Christmas chucr moved into the building. wns heated nnd lighted by natural gas, wo 11 hnvo in spite of stringency. and tl.o new occupants, Hon. IJ. F. Willett came down from ing tho nature of gas, didnot understandnot know how Louisville Inst Fridny liiht to spend to properly manage it. Late iu the night the pressure of tho gas grows stronger, fcaturday und Sunday with his wife. Mrs. Etta Malin reports her mother's us nil business houses where it is used nro closed and tho lights turned off. condition improved. She sat up several Mrs. Iteverly, unfortunately, left tho gas days at her bedside in Vine Grove. burning in her kitchen stove, nnd as the The MethoJists and Baptists will have pressure became stronger tho fire burned larger grow a uuion prayer-meetin- g hereafter on Finallynnd tho heat ceilingsmore intense. were ignited, the lloor or luesdny night at tho Baptist church. nnd tho destruction of tho property was Mr. und Mrs. W. 11. Gough nnd Willie becun. When tho flnmts were discovered the Grinnell spent several days last week in kitchen L was nearly comph tely detho eity in pursuit ot Christinas goods. stroyed, nnd there was no possible chance How I would love to hear thu Rev. T. to siivo either tho house or Its contents. DoWitt Tnlmuge when ho talks to tho The occupants of the building were barepeople of liiisvillo on his "School of ly ablo to save themselves, by rushing out nnd dressing in the street. Scandal." The alarm of fire was sounded by cries s Air. Wni field hits n restaur and tho ringing of church bells and soon unt nnd confectionery. Ijulies can hnvo neary thd entire city was nt the scene of lunch too, and will always find n nico destruction, Valient work was done to Bitvo the Uiet room. two story fraino occupied by Geo. W. Dr. John HnrJiu left Inst Monday for Jordan, which stood only n few feet Hawesvillo and Owensboro in tho inter nwny. Blankets and carpets were hung est of n tobucco house in Louisvlllo for over tho eaves, these were kept constants ly wet by the pouring of water from which lie Is ngent. buckets. The smoke houses nnd other Mrs Abrnm Ditto, Long Uruuch, is and fences were torn down getting well, much to thu gratification of to prevent the spread of tho flumes. Mr. Jordan's residenco was saved her numerous friends nnd relatives, though his furniture was Ella is n favorite witli all wJio know Jier by being carried into tho slightly injured street and hack sterling ((utilities. again. Dr. Lightfoot's loss is fif lly $2,000. Thu artists of East Main are to be con Mr. Beverly lost about S00. Ho had doled with, or rather our progressive, ag just invested the Juy before $100 in now furniture nnd' carpets. There Is no ingressive, citizen, Mr. it. II. Novitt surance on any tiling thnt wns destroyed. "Tho Uald Headed" didn't go off like hot cakes. "Pity is nkin to love," honco the wives will como to tho rescue, Wasn't that an unkind stroke (in tho Messenger's last issuo) dealt tho ladies who requested tho talanted Editor to write their obituaries? Ho tells them, "Tho good dio young," Now, Mr. Editor, prepare to reach tho ago of Methuselah. I hear, but very faintly, that there really might be in tho nenr future, costumes ordered and toilets mado in which orango blossoms and tullo veils will bo accessories. Such nn occurrence would bo u novelty, indeed, in this part of the d. go-xbnr-gai- n i i i n M rvi i i i i i ii i i Wm. Vest & Sons, F L . y, . . . . F fyUt ,, . Thoplace to get Bometmng Good to Eat 4JU it T ' i n "' ', (Lfirger Stocks nml Superior Assortments Rule,!!! every Depnrtmont ' i IN ASHES. Rich-ardso- t Call and See US. This Week. 'I I i I I i i i I I l l I l I I ITT v HAWLEY'S kittle Cyclone Clothes Washer A perfect wonder and a joy to every household, making wash day " ono of pleasure instead of dread and drudgery which thousonds of mothers will testify to all along the line. V Positively the Best and Cheapest Washer over offered to the Public for the following reasons: is the most durable, SECOND It requires less labor. FIRST It THIRD It will do a greater variety of work. FOURTH It will do the same amount of work in less time than any qther without wearing the clothes, or fulling or shrinking the flannel. It is less cumbersome, weighing only two pounds. The principal feature of this Washer is in forcing tho hot water and suds through the clothes by compressed air. first-clas- THE PRICE OF THIS WASHER IS ONLY $3.00 THUS PLACING IT WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERY FAMILY. P. S. BELL, Agent, JSreckenridge Co., Cloverport, Ky. rwl? GET READY FOR ANOTHER - DISSOLUTION NOTICE. HAKDiNsncn, Ky. Dec. s, i&). The firm nfKayr, Mnltlngly rnutnally dl.olvi.l, Joe. L. iluttlnBlv retiring from the firm. V it Kaye nnd Incf T. Hobcn will conduct the liutlne under tlie firm name of Kaye Hoben. kaye St Hoben will collect all outitandlnK account! and assume all liabilities of said dissolved firm. Kaye & IIoiikn. neferlnjj to the above firm I cheerfully recommend the firm of Kaye & Hoben to my friends. Job I Mattiniii.y. Dr. J. L. Moorman, CHRISTMAS E9sident Dentist IT IS CLOSE at HAND CLOVERPORT, KY. Thero is n time to buy it's NOW. There is a place- to buy it's IIEUE. OHIco with Dr. J. T. Owen, Kuoi find or IlrldKo. JSvon a littlo raonoy will do Sir A 11 kind, of Dental nork done nod satis- wonders iu 'purchasing Presents for your faction guaranteed. friends from our Fair Priced Stock of Beautiful HOLIDAY GOODS. Wo want you to como in and bco tlio UEST, wo want you to know how much thero Is of it and how OIIIJAP it is at tho very rcasonablo prices wo osk. world. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rawilngs arrived hero Inst Friday from Los Angeles, Cal., 3re. A. A, WUllama Lynn, Mass. V jjt For the Good of Others Jlev. Mr. Williams Heartily Jlood'a Saraapartlla. i'n-clors- ca We are pleased to present this from Rev. A. A. Williams, of the SHIsbee street Christian Church, Lynn, Mass. t " I seo no reason why n clergyman, moro than layman, who knows whereof he spealu, thouIJ hcMtato to tipproro an o, We Are at once, Making things lively in Underwear. You'll find out thfl reason when you come, and if you've auy ourisoty on that line, it will pay you to come i nnd worth, from which he or his family have been ilgtiauy benefited, and whoso commendation may servo to extend those benefits to others by Incrcanlnfrtliclr confidence. My wife lias for many years been a sutiercr from some Article of Merit Presents for Everybody. but what fitting and appropriate gifts in abundance for them can be found in our splendid display of Popular and Pleating Christmas Presents. Tho virtue in values, tho beauty in goods and tho power in low prices make our etoro tho best placo to do your Christmas shopping. well-cliose- n No ono Is so old, no ono is so young for which sho found littlo help, She has tried many things that promised well but performed little. Lost fall n friend gave her a bottle of Hood's Harsapartlla. It seems surprising what simply ono bottlo could and did do for her. Tlio attacks of headache decreased In number and were less violent In their Intensity, while her general health has been Improved. Her nppotlto has also been better, rroin our experience with Norvous Hoadaohe Our stock can't be matched in Cloverport. v F. N. D'HUY. LOST DOG. pointer with white nml lemon pott at Webitcr, Ky., uny one knnwnx bU whcrctbmitt will receive five Uollari ( reward by returning to owner. J M. MKKNIJON, Irvn(ton, Ky. ' Jno. D. Babbagc, E. C. linbbiigu, Manager1. I have no hesitation HOOD'S PlLLO ntla anJ ttltttlvo. Hood's Sarsaparllla In endorsing It tntrlu.n A, A. William. I.a.t Mnuli.n ra tlio best family CJttisrUe, Try a box, J'tlctWo Coughs, Colds, Croup,extant for Hoarse-iieISroHckltli, Im rIppo Whooping Cough Is "C. C. and C.. " Certain C'ohrh Cure." Tko greatest remedy ff ttf VWfW7fP ,TVW&ft. T "? fl1!"-- ! BmBnmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmKmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmummmmmmmmMm IMBaiiiisgiwjuiiJWi inwun m niiimpMMniiii m IQWPWfWfff'MHPW--jUy- n i J.hnMVTt WHK'fdwwiwwwiH- - '" r ii Mtji-- r tj fvpviMflfl mnrii uttk - '"- THE BRRGKHNRIDGR 1 NEXWS, GLOVERPORT, KY, " 3tEPt3E'Y1 Though the ' nnwir w lYT'fYC lesisssaffiaEsss'acjKWBiJ nor Ha past, and the jolly little Crickets no longer chirp ftjieij1!merry songs, there is something merrier still to replace the sound Summer-tim- e is A ' ' r - i ;V i of mirth, for now the children are singing : Skin fa. kOIaus 'vk is coming, Santa Cluas is Almost Here!" HEAR THE CHILDREN LAUGH I 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 carefully and mysteriously We mustn't let the chilDrop into dren catch us at it, for the World our store, as if by accident, you know ! ! ! ! ! o. , h 2 :' Santa is almost here, and in advaitce of his coming, to save the hard wqrk he would have to do if he wait-e- d till the Stockings were all hung up by the fireside'; he has sent a big lot of his intended Gifts ahead by u Reindeer Express," and they: are, on view.at SULZER'S. "Yes indeed, old . .. What are the IWEET Chimes saying 3L lIlglllllilfllHIlfr Ml U Him t n t ( MiiO Listen! you oan almost Hear the words! Yes, you have caught the Real Meaning! i CHIMES Chime First, -- zg The chimes are just what Santa Claus has sent IS Cloverport, and what he expects you will do to carry out his S wishes; for every stroke of the Christmas Bells is plain enough. zS The clear strokes say: -- vvvvvvvv.v'vvvvvvvvvvvvv'vvvvv to telling you jE M4VVVVVVtVVVVi'ViVM'iViVbVt Chime Third, Chime Fourth, For the Young Ladies: Lamps, Perfume Bottles, Mirrors, Bisque Figures, Nut-pick- s, Chime Second, For the Boys: For the Baby: For the Girls: China Dolls, Rubber Dolls, Bisque Novels, Picture Books, Games, Watches, Bicycles, Bass Balls, Dolls, Dolls of all kinds. Tabby and her Kittens, kuffs, ' Mufflers, Cloaks, Handker- - Fire Crackers, French Harps',- - .., Jackof Building Blocks, Wagons, chiefs, Jewelry, Doll ) Dishes. Railroad Trains. Banks, Rattlers, Candy, Nuts, Oranges jV Bananas. jtij Bow-wow- ," l I Toilet . . At Cases, Japanese ware, Fancy work . baskets, Pictures. Chime Fifth, For the Young Men: Guns, Hunters' Outfits, Collar and Ouff Boxes, Oigar Oases, Skates, Overcoats, Furnishing Goods, Silk Handkerchiefs. , Chime Sixth, For Mother: Silverware, Napkins, Dinner Sets, Trunks, Queensware & Ohinaware, Sad Irons, Blankets, Comforts, Counterpanes, t Clothes-wringers, Chime Seventh, For Father: Night Shaving Sots, . Robec-Elegan- t, Chime Eighth, For Mush and Milk Sets, Felt Lined Shoes, To keep her feet nice und warm, Chime Ninth, For Pipes and Tobacco, Spectacles, Mufflers, Slippers, Oakes. '. : -- Blaoking Sets, Gloves, Pipes, Tobacco. happy--whiclifoeans Shawls. , And then a Grand Chime for Everybody, which bids you all be that you should lay irf your Supplies at once. Nuts, Fruits, Goodies, Delicacies, Everything that is needed fdr Christmas Cheer, can be found - Confectioneries,- We .appreciate the large trade that has been brought to us, andl we propose. to merit the iavor ot our valued patrons. 1 he year has been a'pecuhar one, but business has been , I good; with; us.l t Pric.es Talte . ' i '!' J. G. NOLTE, Manager : IBgEfflffigSKBgSEMSE35ffiS3a5BEaCTBBaEajg i vIII AT Pr v p0 TPD H h n V ffiBWffiffiflKfflBfflgBHHBmBHHBBBfflHBifiHBB BfflffiffifflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflffiffiffiffiffiffiBggBTOW A 4 , J3RECKENRIDGE NEWS. 13, 1893. TMEX DOTING OVElt A GOWN HENRIETTE riOUSSEAU t1AVc3 OVER A NEW DEPARTURE. BREGKENRIDGEl 'M'BiWS, 6LOVRRPORT, KY. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER WfcST VIEW. Mr. Sidney Half was In town Saturday. , TVIIsa Lijaio: HalF' was In town Satu- rday.; Mr. Sam Heiilngcr went to McDnnicls lometliluc to Sluko Young l.ndlcs' lllvuls Despair 3Ioro Velvet Tor Costumes, latest In Woolens TlieCllmnx In IIph1-Cen- r I'ushlons In Fur. Copyright, 1KU, by Amrilctui Press Assocla- Hon. For women who nro nctivo and quick of motion nntl sprightly In manner n Christmas. looso ten gown is an ngony nnd a misery, Mrfcllebor Hoborta returned from ldl-bur- g for n looso gown requires slow nnd Sunday. measured movements, otherwiso It will Miss Delia Hunter lias been visiting ewatho about the form in tho most awkward fashion. Recognizing tho needs friends at this place. dovised n Mr. Harry Henninger and wife are of such ladies there has been now departure, nnd now tho lady whtf visiting at this place. needs such a model can havo her tea Mr. I. L. Milncr was the guest of Miss gown ns sho likes nnd not bo worso than Itena Roberts Sunday. of fashion. out of tho vorld-o- ut Mis Leona Mcador and daughter aio Ono was just finished yesterday for n visiting her father at this place. prominent young married lady. It was Thanksgiving meeting at Mt. Zion, mado princesso, witli a short train in the back, which was cut so that tho back Thursday last. Quito a largo crowd. breadths fell very full m natural folds. Mr. Samuel W. Tucker passed through It was of satin duchosso brocado, grass town Friday accompanied by Mr. Gallo- green, with queer, largo figures in olive Wo nro anticipating Sunday: $jfc good times liero J. C. Matthews and wife are visiting their son, V. , I. Matthews at this place. i Itov. Breeding delivered a good sermon at the M. E. church Sunday for the first time on this circuit. Wo nro expecting to Imvo a show at this place soon. Ono of the grandest over known. Everybody is invited to attend. A musical entertainment was given at Mr. F. H. Roberts' Thursday night. Quito a crowd attended and all enjoyed themselves very much. Mr. M. G. Butler; Misses Neddie Hunter," A'da Goodman and Mr. Heber Roberts were the guc&ts of Miss Cora Matthews Thursday. They report a pleasant day. A young man of tho lower neighborhood was in town not long since and ho seqms to be wonderfully struck with the latest style of dressmaking, way. Mr. NEW HEAD GEAR. It Parks' Cough Coughs.Croup and The standard home of families for all Fisher, druggist. Cares Syrup cures Colds, Whooping Cough. remedy in thousands lung diseases. A.lt. SAMPLE. Arthur Mattingly was in town Sunday. 1'rayor meeting here every Sunday night. Thanksgiving was not in observance ll here. Mrs. A. C. Hunter went to Cloverport Saturday. Miss Annie Bennett was on the sick libt last week. Will Gedling, of Cloverport, was the guest of Miss Ollio McCoy Sunday. Rev. W. B. Snccd will begin a protracted meeting the !!d Sunday of this month. Mr. John Black, of Louisville, was shaking hands with friends hero Friday. A. J. Bennett went to Lodiburg Monday to buy hickory timber for J. 0. at-a- Craig. Mr. T. J. Sandage, of Mooleyville, was in town last week circulating among friends. Miss Lena Gilliland spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Eva Brashear, Preston. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Compton, of Webster, wero visiting relatives hero Thurs-- d ly and Friday. Miss Mary Roborte returned last week from a pleasant visit at Cloverport, accompanied by Mr. Dick, of Addison. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Basham and daughter, Miss Dee, of Lodiburg, wore guests of Mrs. T. B. Squires, Saturday and Sunday. The Globe Democrat "Free. Any reader of this paper can get Tho St. Louis Globe Democrat free, Read tho oiler, on another page, and take advantage of it at once. Tho Weekly Globe Democrat is now issued in Semi weekly sections, eight pages each Tuewluy and, Friday, sixteen pages every week, making it practically a Semi Weekly paper yet tho prico remains only ono dollar a year. In politics, it is strictly Repupli-can,bit gives "11 the news, and is absolutely Indispensable to tho farmer, merchant, or professional man who has not the time to rend a largo daily paper, and yet desires to keep promptly thoroughly posted. Sample Copies will bo sent free on application to 'Globe Printing Co., St. Louls,Mo, Winter, winter, is at linnd. How is your supply of underwear? Clear prices mado at Babbage's. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When Baby was sick, wo gave her Caitorla. When ilie iru a Child, the cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, tho clung to Castoria, When the bad Children, she garo them Castoria. Thoro wero four rowd of olive green satin ribbon sown lint around tho skirt two high up nnd two near tho bottom. Tho sleeves wero of pink surah, nnd tho doublo puffs reached only to tho elbow. Above tho sleeves were enps of lnco. Across tho bust was drawn n fold of pink surah to n point in front, nnd thero held with n bow of pink ribbon with long ends. This is n sop to Cere-bunnd 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 nnd proceed to despiso her with immeasurable scorn In their eyes, but with smiles on their lips. Tho day of plain skirts deems to be oa tho wane, for tho determined effort of Bomo designers to introduco drapery, or nt least combinations, is beginning to be felt. Wo find skirts cut in slashes, in points nnd scallops over an underskirt of some contrasting color or, nt least, material. Thero nro many trains where tho front of tho skirt is of velvet nnd tho back of silk, and vice versa. The rich velvets of tho season lend themselves admirably to tho making of heavy trains, but they would bo better employed nt tho back than tho front of the skirt. Therefore tho most of tho gowns with tho heavy velvet trains havo tho fronts of silk or satin. I saw one gown for a young lady, though thero was no train, mado in this way. Tho back of tho skirt was of superb velvet brocade, brown on maize Eiitin. Tho front breadth was of maizo satin with four rows of whito laco insertion and fastened with threo great bows of shaded maizo and brown ribbon. The largo puffed sleeves wero of satin ns well ns tho baby wuist. Thero was a velvet brocado figaro with a spring collar, which took tho form of a bertha in the back, below tho fall of laco. A band of insertion formed tho wido belt and 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 girlish, whilo being of tho most expensive materials. It is questionable tnsto, how-oveto dress young unmarried women in such rich material. It leaves nothing for them as n recompense for fading beauty, with advancing ago, and really is not as becoming us simpler materials; but ns lone aa such things cost moro than tho light and filmy toxtures girls will havo thorn, bo thero! This winter, now advancing rapidly, wo'll seo inoro velvet worn us gowns and UIKNT.lt AND TEA GOWNS. full costumes than thero has been for ising materials. I saw a dancing dress of thirty years. This is duo to two reasons. Tho velvets, camo In naturally with the whito nrmuro silk being mado in n grnud present styles nnd seem to belong to establishment recently, nnd around tho them by right. Next, importers loaded neck, on tho pointed waist, on tho bands themselves with velvets nnd volutina. of tho short puffed sleoves and on tho and then hard times camo on, which skirt thero wero rouleau bands of fur. forced tho importers to sell their wares Gloves will havo deep fnrgauntlets, and many at scarco tho cost of importation, nnd nico towill havo fur cuffs, which are protect tho and hands that put these ideal goods within the whilo' wearing these wristsaud military box reach of every one. Now capes nnd caicB. thnf leave them exposed. There Cloaks aro mado of it volutina prefera tho bestsllk vel- is no kind of fur, it seems to me, that is bly, unless one can afford vet. Tho rich corded and shotted effects not used as trimming, but that with a uro almost wonderful, nnd tho two toned light brownish tint is tho prettiest and blends best with tho season's goods. btylcs nro beautiful. Heniukttk Rousseau. Somo of them break intof our nnd fivo shades of tho two contrasting colors, and yet if you exnmino closely you will fiud Gloves, gloves nt Babbogo's. that there aro but two colors, ono shado Buck skin gloves for Engineers nt Babof each. Curdinnl and blue give purple effects as well ns tho two colors named bage's. in ono piece. Tho cheaper grades of Call early and mako your selections of Bilk faced velvet do not produco tho dolls for your little ones. Babbnge. right effect. It is somehow lacking in tho heavy fold. Tho now velutinas nro Rev. F. C. iKldinrt, IVow York, thick ami fold in rich round folds that would delight an artist. Thero were ono ivritcs: "A corn on tho too liu In tho llcsli, which C. C. pattern of soft moss green over shell thorn C. Certain Corn C'nro' must merpink aud another of the samo green over cifully remove." balinon, and words cannot tell how gTecn. s, r, handsomely it mndo up In a deep mantle UNION STAR. lined with satin nnd trimmed with fur. Another had dark green surface shotted MlfH Ada HunkHtpcnt two ilnys with with cardinal. .Another was hi no nnd her parents this week. (told, and iu fact tho lino is ns complcto Mips Maud Smith t s vt ml l.i,Vni na tho Lyons velvet, which it resembles closely. Tho ribbed volvola and volu- her home iu Ilnnliusburg lnt-- t Vi l. tina, wilh'nndcrlying color In contrast, Mrs. Wm. Allen, of 1'nMcii, - ni uro magnificent. Thursday with Mr. and .Mis. 0. M. Ono corded volutina was of fnwn nnd pink the ribs of fawn nnd tho under Mr. Win. l.ory .Milncr, of l.i ulstillc color pink. Tho whole effect was Many of tho darker shades of spent several duM at limne Inst u k tin brown corduroy or corded volutina havo guest of liis wife. underlying colors, which light up the Mrs. II. C. Jolly and chlldr. ii, of Mor wholo, though somo nro all of ono color for thoso who prefer. I saw n novelty in gantown, nro vNitlng her pnrvnN, Mi this lino which shows a crapo effect on nnd Mrs. R. B. Cox. velutinn, giving several apparent shades I Mr. nnd Mis. Peicy B nrd, IlnnliiiH-burto ono singlo color. It is indescribably spent hist work ut 'their parents, rich. Mrs. Gonld had a beautiful gown Mr. nnd Mrs. I). S. RtcluinNou. for afternoon mndo of puro whito corded Mr. Ja. Skillmau and .ihw Jen-l- . volutina. It was cut princess, with long juivo sleeves, lined vith shrimp pink Hoyle, of Cloverport, weru gu Mm at .Mr Bjitin with green stripes. Tho jjrecn was U. if i. tUcUioimniiH a few days last we k. tho tender reseda shade. The front Mr. nnd Mrs. Suinty Hornby, of Pres opened over nn underskirt of pink crapo of tho eamo shado nnd bordered nt tho ton; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gnrdin r and foot with n wido band of pink ostrich baby, of Chenault. took diiineu with Mr pinnies. Thero was n collar of the Btuue nnd Mrs. E. B. Gardner, Tliankgiving nt tho neck, nntl nt tho waist thero was A family n union was enjoned nt tho a silver chain with n fringed.bnr nt tho residence of .Mr. and .Mrs. D. S. Richardends, which hung loosely, somewhat like a thcodora belt. Altogether it was a son tin Thanksgiving Day. Tho numbers of tho family from a distance wer dainty gown. Tho now woolens seem to have all Air. nntl Mrs. 1' A. Riehnnleon nntl broken out into tufts nnd spots, which daughter, Loijisvlll- J Mr. and Mr. Po cy stand abovo tho surface. Ono gown of .M.Binrd, Ilattlinsburg, and .Mr Wm such material pleased mo greatly. It had l.owry Milncr, Louisville. a dull- bluo ground, nnd lines of irregularly shaped tufts of coppery red crossed each other in such a manner as to form largo plaids. Tho skirt was quite plain, I will cR'lhcr trained l'erret, cither male or tailor finished nnd rather shorter than female, nt the Kxprrvft office In Clmerport lor usually seen. Tho sleeves wero largo 500 ctich.rusli. Now It the time to prepare Tor gigots, tho waist n plain pointed basquo, )our winter's sport, Adilrrss W. S. ASIIHV, Cloverport, Ky. with tho buttons diagonally pine d. iix. .r. Thero was n short Eton of coppery velTO rlmi ppnettioa r vet, with n spring collar of bluo velvet 93vwr& WAYNE'S jnst tho shade of tho groundwork of the OINTMENTS m & E&r.'.r.-:dress. Tho lint matched it in color. A without mj infers u lady camo in nnd sat down nud hated - . v "?t rABBA.Xf? r 3 MnooieiQf. ani Ur. icmbl tll tho owner of this dress with all her 'ABb'crm .rnpuoof oa itch, fart. lh might dio might nnd wished the latter baa. A. kia,Har 5?ii kftaoi.tttar. whiu tad halUr; iktm beforo sho woro tho gown, bo thnt she foil by druuliu, er Mot y U&I1 for 60 cti. Addnm Da, tvwr rvgfiii tOtUr wiifia pvii aiJaipBiB i might havo ono just liko it nnd bo tho only ono to wear it. Is thero anything now in head gear romo ono nsks. Well, not very much. Tho felt plateaus are being twisted into now and unheard of shapes and trimmed In tho most daring manner. Nothing comes ninlss in the trimming of bonnet i Fur nnd feathers, flowers, luces, jet ribbons nnd velvet all nro Been this season. Dut tho climax has been reached, I think, when one courageous milliner madon tiny bonnet of a largo bat, with its ugly head in front, and its big ears standing up and, its wings folded over tho crown. jOoiirtT Tho majority of bonnets nro mado of velvet and jet, with occasional wings or aigrets or somo other light fancy for Moveis trimming. Tho little girls have n grent variety of hats and poko bonnets made of tho colored felt plateaus, twisted and bent into tho slinpo found most becom- In Holiday Goods at F. N. D'Huy's and ing. Ono of cardinal folt was bent and judicious buyers will do well to study it plaited into a sort of scalloped poko and closely. It is this. It dors not require n full bow of cardinal trimmed with velvet ribbon, nnd thero wero strings to a small tio it with. A Mother Hubbard coat of I cardinal cloth, with velvet yoke, was worn with such n hat and was very pretty indeed. Some hats have floral To buy any article in our largo Block of trimming, but for winter other trim- all kinds of useful nnd seasonable presming looks rather moro suitable. It is ents, and you nre cordially invited to inprobable that short ostrich tips will be spect nnd price our goods. much worn (Juring tho winter, and many heads of small unimals, with borderings of tho samo fur. One lady had upright Bablo tails on her purplo velvet bonnet, which was n largo poke, with tho brim faced with lllno nnd overlaid with cream WE LEAD THEM loco. Thero wero bows of ribbon on tho outside, too, nnd wido purplo velvet strings. The amount of fur used nnd to be used ns garniture on homo nud street toilets this season almost passes belief. Everything is bordered or otherwiso with it, oven tho most unproin- n. - r FERRETS. w. - 9L!rNi ""-'- A' -- '4r J r.u V.! - 3 w I E v rr. j IK fjisi Vm i ahbtu ', WBH'.'K m ? usnr lit OT wm f hm SHRT DOLLS ! T) A OLLS POLLS 1 Tally-H- o Lead of Them. rj a5-ifa- aJ There a Lively ment Books, Albums, Picture Frames, Toilet Sets, Plush 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 X-m- as Prices were never so low before. Will make it to your interest'' to buy your Christmas Goods from us. Fox'tune B ABB AGE t w ALL IN QUALITY, A i loueh-1- ) own. STYLES iP PRICES :d:r,:ess DOMESTICS. , Our stock is immense. Indies you will miss It if you don't see our great display in ' goods' See our speelat sale in ;tf 'Rushing Advance. 4 ) Ginghams Gingham, best 5 , 5 a, e. 810.00 OVERCOATS, Beats All Men's Suits $6.48 nortfc, $10.00 Men's Suits $7,00 worth...., ! 11. J? One Lot Doe Skin Jeans Pants f"r.. 1.24 One Lot Men's odd Coats Less thak Cost. Youth Suits for $3.50 worth 6.00 We bare tho latest NoVeltles In Home Simn, Double Breasted ;'... Children Suits 08o to 5.00 One Lot Men's Suits Melton Double Breasted fur $10.00 north, 10.00 Theycame they bought as they never bought before. And still thoy come. Drown Cottoil, full yard nlde 7e. 98c K BLANKETS. Double WA to 124. Prices range from to $6 00. Comforts 85o to $2.00. CLOTHING. Foys Overcoats Men's Overcoats '. --IS l 98o to $5.00 $3.48 to $18,00 And still they buy'.- - Trogresa is our watchword - Busy yesterday busier today. Wo must not only remain firm on tho ground already gained, but advance advance! Stops nro risky. Standstill means stagnation. Pushing, pushing, "pusbing all the timo progressive, active and energetic. That's hqw.wo reach nnd stay nt the top. Como a jumping, Hop in a pair of Our $1.24 BOOTS.. EXCELL8 ALL. Ourgteatspcclal Slioo nnd Boot salo will continue until January let, nt these unreasonable low prices. DON'T HISS IT. THE LEADING CASH BARGAIN STORE. Geo.Yeakel GARFIELD, Ilarned is very sick. Sirs. Laum Compton is quite sick. Rev. M. Compton moved into his new house Inst week. Mies Nannie Board is visiting her aunt and cousin in Louisville. Messrs. Georgo nnd Henry Drury, of Bowleyville, were hero Sunday. Mr. Cnrmon, of Custer, has located hero and will put up tobacco this winter. Miss Emma Seaton and brother, of Xow Bethel, wero visiting their sister, Mrs. Laura Compton, last wet k. The friends and relatives of Mr. and .Mrs. Tom Gregory will bo pleased to learn that their little daughter, Mary, who has been very sick, is recovering. .Mrs. Dr. & Co., KY- - Wo havo a largo lot of fine overcoats and suits. Wo want to turn these Into money; and to enable us to do so wo have cut tlio prico way down. So buyers of clotlilng may como In confidence. Price will not stand in tho way, The BRANDENBURG, JPact Hats and winter woolen goods for men, women and children was never in finer shape to 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 adieu until you como again. Como In nnd have a chat with us oven if you don't want to buy. ' -- mmmmmMm&mBmMmMvmmmmmmmanwMsammwaBBmMMmmmtMWmMMi Our ; $fvtlrj." Dress ! Gioo&s, '. Shoes,' V J LAST'S 1.e' Kaye, &''H6ben, ardirisbiirg, Ky. t' ' .:, ,; :' bmj3 it9fmkmmmitimm The crowds continue at our grand "Panic Sale," and some people wonder how we can sell such superior Clothing at such low prices. The fact is we can't, but we must. We need money. Tintil further notice we shall continue to dispense with a lavish hand. Remember, everything' sold without profit ! Can. THIRD AND MARKET, WE CAN'T BUT WE MUST ! "VSTiixter & Go Julius 1. ' It, rr I LOUISVILLE, KY. Wi!1'" '"' THE James M. Lewis; Contractor & Builder, OLOVERPORT, KY. IffiTEstiinates furnishd on appllcatl Fleishman yeast to day SnV. 'r's. Fine writing paper at HabbngoV. Shlrts.almoHt ntyoiirown prico nt Did B.tb-bago'- s. b- BRElOKEXNRIDGna NEWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. lots of them pop-cor- Walnuts Sulzor's. you seo thoso slioFs at SuIzt's? linll-da- Buy a peck ol for tho ) If Robert E. Woods, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Room 47 Trust Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. GONSTABLE HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. liutlnetftcnlmslcil to my hand cUtn prompt nnil cureltil ntlentlon. Note nncl collected and pruin pt return made. Send me vour business. Ub-A- M LEE BISHOP, 7if THE BEST TYPE WRITER. Deeds, Mortgages anil nil legnl instruments drawn mid copying dono In the i--C u bcstrtyle. V. G. Babbage, Att'y, Kv. IlAltUJNHHIJItCJ, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1803. LOCAL BREVITIES. Eating apples Sulzer's. You want It V We'ogot it Sulzor's. The origlnntots of fancy groceries Sulzor's. Holiday prices at Knight's picture gallery Cloverport. Missrs Tishn and Elizabeth Hall havo returned from Webster. Bring your letters and drop them in our Santa Clnus letter bos Su'zer's. Oh! the dolls that will be on display at Babbagr's this week, come and see.' Wo liave it when everboJy else is out Suler's, tliu leailer's in fancy groceries. . Low pric-'- scatter our holiday goods ilko dynamite the price makes them go Sulzer's. Santa Clause's supprisu in our big show window next week -- be s.ire to see it Sulzer's. dates, figs, raisinp, . Oranges, bananas, lemons, currants and grapes for Xmas at Jteidel's & Co's. Our window's full to day to guide you ns a beacon light to tho right place for bargains-Sul- z r's. C. L. Kn'glit Photographer will make photographs nt reduced prices from now until after the Holidays. don't you cry, mama is bako baby a nice currant pie. Wo have the currants Sulzer's. Mr. N. P. Pryor, of Louisville , has returned home, after a week's visit to his aunt, Mrs. S. C. Yeagernnd family. J no. D. Bush, of Clifton Millc, has been granted a pension and David Lewis, of lewisport, has been granted a renewal. c from The finest china nnd all tho World's famous potteries are represented in our midway plaisance Sulzer's. It's a catchy display we are making in our midway plaisance it's as catching to tho eye as a spark to the straw stack Sulzer's. Sheet celluloid makes nice card baskets, wall pockets, pin frays nnd lots of nlco christmas presents. We have it B to bric-a-bra- Hulzer's. Dr. J. B. Cottrcll, who had been over perics of at Harrodsburg delivering a ? J v lectures and sermons, returned home last Friday. It is useless to say what we have good to eat in our grocery department. Our ellbrts of tho past is a guarantee of tho future. Sulzer's. Solicitations are. being made for money to equip a, Christmas tree in tho Baptist church for tho benefit of tho sunday school children. Lost opportunities seldom ever return. That nice Christmas present you saw in our midway plaisance yesterday may bo gone to day. Sulzor's. Come now and make your selections from D'Huy's large stock of fancy goods, novelties, toys, books, musical instruments, fruits nnd candies. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Jordan wish to express their thanks to the good citizens of Cloyorport for tho valient help they rendered in saving their property. Mnsks for balls, coloiedflre for tableaux nnd decorating goods for private and business houses, Sunday School mottoes nnd ornamental Japaneso goods. Sulzer's Itev. Dr. Jos. B. Cottrell preached in Harrodsburg on Sunday before last, in forenoon and at night, made an address at the anniversary of the American Bible Society. Only a little doll how it will gladden tho heart of soino poor child If you have no children make some body else glad, you will enjoy your christmas better Sulzer's. Our midway plalsanco contains rich, rare, sparkling, artistic selections. The cream pick and cholco of a number of toy houses from tho largest cities to see is to udmiro it Sulzor's. Cut this out nnd return it to us with 12 cents nnd wo will send you a nice doll about 14 inches high suitable for a littlo girl or boy. Address Sulzer's Holiday Toy Department Cloverport, Ky. Would-b- o purchasers of Christmas gifts wilj find nt our 'store such inducements as will at onco convince them that it is beyond tho shadow of a doubt that the placo to buy presents for Christmas is at F. N. D'Huy's. Did you hear it? Hush don't talk so . Sloud a lady in the east end said it bo did one in tho west end. It's talked about over tho river and on tho tongue of every lady in the country wo will tell you but don't mention it to any ono ulse, Sulzer's have tho biggest stock of dolls in tho sty. V, Tho Latest -- tho candles for Cliribtinus You can find nl. kinds of boots and at Jtoidel LVh. ' shoes at Sulzer's. Dod't waste your time tramping over , Buy your cihter a pretty set of some the city for it Sulzer's hnvo it. ; Iteldol & Co. will receivo their ChristLeave your orders for Christmas cakes mas candies and fruits in a few days. at the Cjty Bakery. Atty. Morris Eskridgc, of Hardinsburg, Geo. W. Jordan is suffering from n was hero last Friday attending tho city slight attack of rheumatism. court. If for these days of merry-makin- g and opening wide 'J he river is nt a good boating stne -D I'rjeo spoons, you will be now, though it is falling slowly. silver the hearts of your dear friends, something solid, Mirpriwd how cheap they can lie bought A suggestion for Christmas, in fact n nl IV liny 'm. worth your money and overlasting in the heart of whole lot of them nt Sulzer's. A rat iron stomach would gi t hunIt will pay you to buy a bottle of that the receiver. Don't fail to viow with scrutiny, the gry to see our grocery department dis- Seal Oil Shoo Dressing nt Sulzer's. play Sulzer's. immense stock of Silverware, of Musical Goods, of John Where did you get thnt candy? Do you want me. I am a ladies butJim At tlio City Bakery of course. Clocks, Spectacles, Jewelry oi all kinds, and ton shoe to see-mis to liko me I am If you want to get tlio worth of your over at Sulzer's. Watches that can't be beat. money get a pair of shoes at Sulzer's. Sing n song of sixpence, pocket full of Don't forget us for repairs as well as the place. Mrs. S. D. Lloyd, of Columbus, Ohio, rye four nnd twenty pcoplo baking curis visiting her sister, Mrs. F. II. Sawyer. rant pies. Sulzer's. Miss. Matlio Baker, of Owensboro, atI was lean I felt mean went to 's bought my grooorioj and then got tended the Head Smithers wedding. Babbage has tho best assortment of fat how do you liko that? books ever shown for Xmas. presents. .Our opening day has arrived and we Gus Brown is being strongly solicited nro ready to show ypu n nice line of holito become a candidato for county attor day goods. D'Huy's is tho place. Kctail Jewelers. Several wagons loaded with movers ney. Misses Lalle Lnlleist and Jennlo War-fiel- d hnvo passed through this city lately IIAUDINS13URG, KENTUCKY. went to Louisville Saturday shopfrom Nelson to Daviess county. ping. Miss Bay Dyer, who has been on quite "Cump" Henderson's friends are urgnn sxtended visit at her cousins in Phil-po- t, ing him to make the race for county returned homo last Monday evening. Mr. A. M. McCrneken was here Sun-da- y A .. . tt I. kiiow .. I . 10 soiccir council n clerk. in wnai to attend the funeral of Mr. Pierce. iioni Gid Miller, of Hardiushurg, was in tlio lttle with our clerks, they know our city last Fridaydolng some Santa Clans Mr. Lovi Winchell and his son, Con- Rev. Greenwade Tells the Sinners of clirislma8 stock and can help you ul trading. rad, who is in from Mowcqua, 111., went Cloverport Just What They Are zsr's. to Kirk Monday. insuMr. J T. Claycomb, tlio popular ! In Plain English. Take your children over nml see the Buy jour dolls now while your have rance agent, of Lodiburg, was in tlio city It's steam iocomotivo at Sulzer's. picking choice from tho largest and best last Friday. INTERESTING SERMONS. selection ever brought to this city. Our decorators greatest effort see it drawing a big crowd. Mrs. D. It. Murray accompanied by Babbage. on tho night of the 18th. Sure to pleaso There is a sparkle and glitter about the Itev. J. Grcenwnde, the Christian minher son, Hnl, went to Louisville Tuesday you Sul. .Vs. V. S. Long will keep sweet and buttergoods in our cases that is peculiarly ister, who has been holding a series of to hear Talmago lecture. W. G. Bandy is building n handsome milk for sale this winter and deliver significant of living remembrances. of meetings in the Presbyterian church for J. Henry Rhodes and son John, frame residence on his farm them daily. Leuve your orders with Iowa, were here last week visiting his tho post week, created quito a sensation " near Irvington. him for milk. Alvnh E. Howe, of Ohio county, has sister, Mrs. Thos. Lewis. He has been in his sermon Monday evening, which Hon. Geo. W. Jolly, United States e years was for the benefit of men only. been nppolnted a storekeeper under living in lown for twenty-threDistrict Attorney for Kentucky, was nt Mr. Greenwade is an evangelist of tlio nnd this is his first visit homo during his fnthcr'8 house, near Sample, last Collector Powers. A nico necktie is alwajs acceptable to that time. Ho went to Kirk Monday to Christian church and is a native of week, sick with lagrippe. Montgomery county, Ky. He was invitbrother nt Christmas time. Sulzer's seo his father, Mr. John Rhodes. If yon want to make your friends a a A dispatch from Hawesvillo stating ed here by the members of that Denomhnvo a nice line. Christmas present that is beautiful and General Manager .1. K. McCmckcn is that the "Texas" people would begin ination to deliver n series of sermons and lasting, givo them your photo niado at on duty In his olllee after n two week's and push to rapid completion u branch work for tho interest of the church and Knight's gallery Cloverport. road from that town to tho coal mines tho good of the cause. selgo with tho grippe. The Itev. M. M. Benton, of tho EpisIn his talk Monday evening to Men Mamma I will lie a good girl always if hack, was published last week in Louiscopal church, will hold services in tho you will buy mo a pair of those pretty ville and Owensboro papers. This lias Only, he showed clearly that ho was n ' DI Presbyterian church Dec. 31st morning new shoes at Sulzer's. since beon denied by the McCrackeus man of strong convictions, an earnest, and afternoon. All are cordially invited. Hy Felsenthal, of Chicago, was hero and tho owners of tho mines, stating conscientious worker and ono not afraid to denonnco evil nnd wrongdoing where-ove- r We want you to come to our store on the 8th inst. soliciting patronage from that the report was groundless. ho found it. Ho is of tlio Sam Dr. John M. Hardin, of Brandenburg, dally. Use your eyes nnd judgement our jewelry merchants. was in the city last Saturdry consulting Jones order nnd does not mince his ero another week passes into history Wiuter winds will soon be whistling you will have reasons to thank us for around you. Get ono of Sulzer's over- tobacco shippers. Mr. Hardin is repre- words when speaking of the shortcomsenting the Ninth Street House, of ings and ovils of which men nro guilty. this -- Sulzer's. coats and bo prepared. Louisville, nnd his field of labor is the Ho calls them tlieives, linis, gamblers, Mr. and Mrs. Itichard Mays, of Web"Bud" Bates, who has recently bought four countiesj Meade, Hardin, Brecken- debuachers and adulterers and comes the saloon and fixtures of M. II. Popham, ster, were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. ridge nnd Hancock. Meguiar, Haris it mighty near proving it on them too. At gavo a 'coon supper last Thursday night Barney Bohler last week. Co. could not havo procured n cleverer tho conclusion of his sermon Monday Large tows of Pittsburg coal have been which was greatly enjoyed by a largo passing down tho river for several days, or more efficient man to represent them evening, after pouring hot shot into his number of his friends. audienco for an hour, ho requested all in this section. Never before in the history of this the first since last spring. A boarder named Georgo Hansen camo who endorsed what ho said to rise to Beeler seems to bo in tlio lend so far house such a rush for FleishHis friends aro near being choked to death in Mrs. John their feet, and every man in tlio hoiiso, man's yeast as last week. We havo or- for County Clerk. Everybody expects to II. Bennet's boarding house in Louisvillo save a few, got up. dered an oxtra supply. Corao early Wed- already displaying much activity in his last sunday night. Hansen awoko nnd During his discourse tho following subreceive a Christmas behalf. nesday and SaturJay. Sulzer's. George Getzendanner went to Louis- discovered the man in his room, then tho jects were treated : Dishonesty, profangift and all will send Our nice display of lamp3 tells their Tho household was ity, impurity and intemperance. Friday to spond several days sculllo began. own story how your wife will pat you ville last Wo givo bolow a few of his comments: alarmed, and the noiso brought officers one or more in return. and probably somo cash in connection on thoshoulder and say oh! you darlA man that goes into n store nnd buys to the scene, who arrested the thief as lie We invite your attening good hubby when you take her therewith. goods with tlio intention of never paying Every new tobacco season brings tho ran out tho alloy. Mrs. Bennett moved one homo for a Christinas present Sultion to our stock which for them, is a thief. from Stephensport about a year ago. weed to Cloverport in increased quantizer's. A man that is unwilling to render a is full of tho substanties, and our largo factories aro rapidly CANNEL COAL." fair compensation for what ho gets, is a See tho children hear them shout being filled. I hnvo now on hand a car load of brok- thief. tial things of life. what is all this racket about it's tho Our Grocery department a garden of Tho man who goes around claiming excclMnt variety of Christmas pn sents enchantment grand assemblage of all en up cannel coal which I will deliver An elegant line of at $5.00 per ton to all convenient places. that tho world owes him a living and to be found at Sulzer's and that's where the nico things to eat n tropical garden One-hal- f h ton SI. CO. bo's going to havo it, is a Giiairs, beautiful aston $2.75. they want Santa Clans to bring their of fruita Sulzer's. thief. COc. per hundred Loss quantities sortment of Clocks, Gamblers who cntico young men into toys from. , E. B. Oglesby and W. II. Carman at- pounds. I am also selling the nice Falcon a game and beat thorn out of their money, for holiday goods began last tended tho Fnrmers's Institute nt Borne, Tho race good stock of Willow lump coal at 8J cts. per bushel, delivered week, They are treading on each other's Ind., Saturday. Thoy report a very in- in lots not less than 15 bushels, lots of are worse than thieves. Photograph, Ware, Many a boy has been made it thief by heels in tho rush to get the pick and teresting meeting and were much bene- 100 bushels or more, 8 cents per bushol his parents. and Autograph Alchoice woo to the ono who stops to tio fited by being present. for n short time only. Nut coal 7 cents 1 started out to fight the devil, nnd as Ills shoo string how much I'll take is Clias. James nnd J. It. O'Brien nro per bushel. bums, Plush lloxes, long ns there is life in my body I intend tlio cry Sulzer's. 15. Piiiiiik. 1!. placing tho machinery for n steam turnto fight him. Children's Furniture, Hundreds of our christmas presents ing lathe in what was formerly Thos. A man does not hnvo to be n rascal to Louisville Market, will stare you in the face, for this week Boh le r's blacksmith shop. Mr. James Dolls, Hobby and The cattl'i receipts were 1517 head. succeed in business. only Its tho continuel cry Aint that is an experienced turner and can do the Rocking Horses, etc A man who misrepresents a tiling in Good to extra butchers nnd shippers just lovely how much? I'll take it If finest of work. order to get more for it than it is worth Common you want it say it puick the ono just Tho city has been so distressingly mor- steady at last week's prices Hogs 1b a thief. (so say the officials) and medium full I cent lower. behind you wants it Sulzer's. al and The aeries of meetings will close toquito dull in the best heavy packing and butchers $5.35 Oh my ! How nice, aint this tea sot that business has been City Court' and what few cases there Light hogs very dull. was quiet ami un- morrow evening. I just lovely? AVell Look here at these Tho tobacco market rock-pil- o Ballad dishes. Say don't you steady althrough last week nnd not at all think have been were usually of the satisfactory to sellers. Tho offerings this is tlio handsomest display in the kind times aro too hard to pay tines. were Notwithstanding the inclement weath- prices. only taken at tho buyers own city Oh yes Sulzer's don't dothings There was scarcely nny compeby halves that's what the people said er last Saturday tho city was crowded tition for this class. Good Hurley leaf is when they visited our toy department. with peoplo. Tho stores all did a good unchanged and prices aro about the Wo note a salo of 4hhds. of Cut tliis ndvertisment out and return business, and wo only lacked a few fights same. Breckenridgo county trash nt $5.10 to carry the memory of our older citizens $1.80. 2 hhds. of Meade county leaf and Long Brick House. it with 12 cents in stamps nnd we will to HARDINSBURG, KY. send you n nice Christmas present for back to recollections of regular "old time trasli nt $10 and $5.15. CLOVERPORT, KY. tlio baby, or send us 32 cents in stamps Saturdays." Mrs. Ann Hardin, whoso home was and wo will tend you three Christmas Desirca to seo all the tobacco I ).U..; presents all different suitable for baby near Home, Ind., died of typhoid fever ;,;,,.. farmers of this and surrounding last Wednesday tho Oth inst. Sho had and littlo girl and boy, Address Sulzer's been sick only sinco tlio Thursday beThe United States has nover suffered country. Toy Department Cloverport, Ky. fore and her sudden death was a surprise from any disease that has caused such Our midway plaisanco Bparkling with to her rclat' ves and friends. fearful results as LnGrippo. Boyol DANIEL BROOKS J. M. 1IAIIPER, the aitistlc gems of nil nations seo tho She was 70 years of age. J. 0. BOURNE, has nover failed to cure it quickeager buyers going down tho counters Mrs. James Head and Mrs. Maria ly where used. hero's something 'or fattier, a nico muff- Smithers, a neat looking Otfonsboro couBROOKS & CO., BOURNE, ler then mother get a set of after dinner ple, were married at 0.30 o'clock Monday JEWELRY itni.i.viiLii: r.viniiNci:. coffe.es, look how eager the children look evening at tho restdenco of Mr. Pat Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 28, 1893. wont they surprise papa and mama but in this city, tho Itsv. Shelly, of tho "In January lost I had a violent atpapa and mama will como and they will Elm street Methodist church, officiating, I was ndvlscd by a surprise tlio children there will bo joy Tho happy cnuplo returned to Oweus-bor- o tack of LaGrippe. CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. friend to uso itoyal Gormctuor, which in that house on christmas morning yesterday. I was cured me in a couple of days. Sulzer's. LOUISVILLE, KY. Mr. A. II. Schindlcr, of Irvington, who again attacked by tho ''grip" this month, BOURBON STOCK YARDS Mrs. John Jolly died at lior homo near last week was at tho point of death, is nnd profiting by my former exporienco I Sample last Thursday morning. Mrs. reported to bo much better now and on commenced at onco with Gennetuor and Jolly was an cstimablo Christian woman, the road to recovery. The causo of his did not havo to go to bed. I consider it !yN'Eof tho things that you cannot MANHOOD RESTORED! ffl.E,Sffirf.fRW iSSvaffonl to miss is our elegant display much beloved by all who know her. illness was that a couple of wcoka ago, n specific for LaGrippe. tocuroallnerTuu.dlea,!cli WrakMemurr.Loaaotlirala L. Stuart." "uner. Headache, WaktulneM,IotManliood,NlKUllr Kml.iloua, NarTOun. of now Christmas Novelties. Never was She was tho mother of p. large family of while killing hogs he full and ran a ne.i.alldralrnandluMof powsrliiGenoraUeOriran of either aexcauied a collection of beautiful gifts offered at br overexertion, youthful errors, exceulre um ul tobacco. opium or etlnt-children, some of whom are now filling rusty null into tho palm of his hand, lower prices. Wo mako it an object for uiauia, wuivu irau lutiiuruiuy, v.'ii.uuipuuii ur iotbuht, vnn u. UYNPCI'MA anil NKUVIIS. Yen pocket. ttlperbox.AforMa, br mall prepaid. wnnnovs nmcain oruer we Wo do places of high honor and respect. Among from the effects of which blood poison r refund tw m llimt Bold br all alTnn written Itev. J. B. Irwin, D. D., tho popular nir.viiftora to como and seo ns.in quality, druegl.ts. jkforlt,tkB tiomhrr. WrltafnrfreaMedlral iirr. Mnl u.InI not propose to bo excelled ending his life. the latter is tho Hon. George W. Jolly, set up, and camo near Hkouaiu afTEulaUii. in plain wrapper. Addre.aMUVSEi:i C'O..MaouloTemple,CaiCAUo, pastor of tho Tulip Street Methodist stylo or any other desirable feature, Kor.a!olnCIOTerport,Kr.,ujrA. u. FlHHKIl.andbr C. C. MAUTIN IJrugtfl.u. United States District Attorney for KenMr. J. D. Brashear, of Owensboro, has Church, Nashville, Tenn , says: "Having neither do wo propose to bo undersold in tucky and the Itev. Gideon N. Jolly, a s 'cured tho Moorman Long brick tobacco tested the Gcrmetucr for more than a a single instance Wo shall show you just tho thing wo shall want noted Methodist ministor. ROBERT P. HARE. house in this city and is fully equipped year by repented uso, I tako plcnsuro in mako the prico you right. and know wo SAM'l, RAY. Wo just for a purchase during tho coming season. saying I found it a prompt relief and can pleaso everybody becuuso our stock Only three patents were issued for Kentucky nt Washington on tho fith Farmeis having tobacco for salo will find euro for dyspepsia nnd nervous debility. includes a variety for nil sorts of peoplo. I keep it ou hnnd and would not bo Ilablei, Hoy., Glrli, Young Men, You (? I.adlet, WITH , day of December, and two of them camo it to thoir interest to call on Mr. Men, Old I.udlc. at his office and talk tobacco. Wo without it. Besides being a valuable Grown Ladles, Mlddle-aei- i to Brcckonrldgo county one to Marand Old Gentlemen were all remembered when shall D. Drake, Irvlngton, for a vehicle would suggest that the farmers bring remedy, it is a pleasant and refreshing we bought our Holiday Stock. We offer many -:- -:- propelled by hnnd or foot, and ono to samples In with them, thoy will also bo drink." fitting and appropriate glfta lor one apd all. He sure that you tee them. James Henney, Cloverport, for a con- visited at thoir farms by tho well FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS tinuous brick kiln. Theso kilns, have known buyor, Henry V. Duncan, who F. N. D'HUY. $1 A llottlc, Six for $5. been'in, successful operation" at the Pat-to- n is employed by tho company. A trial will convince tlio most Eighth and Main Streets, Keep tho bowels open wlthGermotuer bricks works forsoyeral.raonths, anil skeptical that " . . C. Certain FOlt DYSPCP8IA. from 803 to 811- Indliteitlon, and Htomach disorders, lake they are pronounced the best kilns in Pills. 50 In a bottle, 2op. All for sale Cough Curo" Is tlio greatest BUOWN'M lllON 1UTTK11H. remedy extant for tho curo nil expert clay workers oxistonco by All dealer keen it, 11 per bottle. Genuine hat A. It. FI8HEH, by LaClrlppe. Croup. Coughs, With Auction and Private Salos Daily, and Storage Four MontliB Free, ajid crnast-- red Hoe on wrapper. who hnvo scent hem. Cloverport, Ky. of Cold, Ac. ' 1 . kinu-atKtilze- - Sulzer's. CHRISTMAS GEMS. '- k HOLIDAYS. For the, Gem of Days. y" Silverware For the Christmas Table. e Watches m Sul-zjr- T. C. LEWIS & CO., To Note the New Year. te Jewels 1 SHAKING UP. For Our Family Jewels. Holiday Goods To Everybody two-stor- y Blr& i $&s?& Christmas was-ther- o J 8 3 One-fourt- t 9 d " A J. D. BRASHEAR, TOBACCO BUYER B. F. Beard & Co., ' LaGRIPPE AGAIN. grief-stricke- n Ger-metu- Fn-he- y, p HARPER, Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Bra-she- re Crescent Tobacco Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. LOUISVILLE, KY. trade-mar- TT T 6 Highest of all In Leavening Power. THR BRKGKKNRIDGK tnoy naa oeen rasung until v a. in., nttcr calling tho flock to mo and scattering n slight quantity nt my feet. Tho end viewMiows dotted lines, which aro to indicate tho hopper arrangement A loard at tho rear running inside. lengthwise, on edge, conducts tho grain to tho trough. That on front side lea es a spaco of pno inch at tho bottom, tho whole length of hopper to allow grain to pass through to tho trough from which tho fitwls feed. Tho door in fiont is mado to swing on easy hinges, and tho platform is pivoted nt B nnd balanced by weights on tho nrms nt A, so that even a small fowl stnnding on tho pint-forwill open tho door by means of tho lever C and disclose tho grain. SIROCCO. Tho legs aro of old steel tires, bent Aunt Becky Gardner is dangerously ill to proper shnpo nnd bolted to bottom with dropsy. with quarter inch bolts. I havo had ono Miss Hell Shacklett, of Wolf Creek, is in uso for threo years, nnd would not bo visiting nt her uncle's' Mr. Dick Shack- without it. In tho samo journal attention Is called lett. to tho fact that old wiro and two hoops Mr. Thomas Board, who is practicing held npart by threo sticks can bo mado veterinary surgery in Christian; countv, to play an important part as a protector was at homo for n.fow days last'week. to tho hen's feed or drink dish. Tho "Charjio Shacklett 'and Gabo Hoard wiro Is fnsteued firmly to ono hoop and wore at home from Hardinshurg "school to spend Thanksgiving and returned to their studies the following Monday. The bringing boys will be back again somo of their schoolmates to spend tho ' holidays. ' The question as to who is to blamo for ""II the adulterated coal oil, is being consid-- . ." J lllllllILl ilrJJiniT Brill m III crably agitated in this part of tho country. Body Thornsberry says that thero is so much water in the oil it puts tho lire out whenever heendenvors to kindlo a fire with the oil. A FOOD I'UOTr.CTOn. When one man goes into another's then strnng over the other nnd back all woods and ruts hoop poles by the wagon nround, ranking a close, vertical fenco or boat load without saying anything to through which tho fowls put their heads. the owner of said poles about the matter A barrel head cleated and nailed over what do you call it ? That is a question tho top hoop perfects tho nrrangement, for John Hardin and Henry Woodson to keeping all Uirt out of the top. aU8ver as they havu timber In this neck Hone Fertilizers. of the woods. Tho fino raw bone contains 8 or moro As Ilev. "Ilackcnon" John Smith said per cent of nitrogen. "Dissolved bono" to the Methodist preacher, "Tho Bible usually means bono black ncted upon by says watch, as well as pray." While you acids. Tho bono black is bono charcoal prepared much like wood charcoal, and aro praying nt Frankfort on the Kentucky. John Henry had better keep of courso tho heating drives off tho nitrogen. Very few raw bones aro treatone eye cast in the direction of the timfor commercial fertilizers. ber lot. You know that old proverb ed with acidstho nitrogen is lost by such A portion of says: treatment, and tho fine bono flour is 4Vhcn the cats are awny moro economical for tho farmer, says 'I he mice will play." Tho Rural Now Yorker. Tho finer the insist m:toN. Tho stations in anaLiberty church last sabbath the :'.nl bono tho better. At lyzing bono divide it into four degrees hist., at 11 o'clock a. m. Kev. Willie of fineness fine, lino medium, medium Ilines and Miss Gracie Deacon were nndcoan-e- . In tho finonitiogen is figunited in the holy bonds of matiimouy, ured at 13 cents a pound and phosphoric Ilev. Tuber olliciating. The marriage acid at 7 cents. In tho coarse grade tho ceremony was the niOht impressive I values aro 7 J and IJ respectively, and tho ever witnessed. Mr. Calo Hardin and differenco U duo entirely to fino grindMiss Cippa Deacon (sister to the bride) ing. acted in the capacity of groomsman and llest CowrlriE 1'or Oter l'riimrs. bridesmaid. Your correspondent is no A beekeeper writing in Tho American adept in the art of telling at a glance the Beo Journal, says: In lato years I have constituent parts of which a lady's war- about como to tho conclusion that anything which will make tho top of tho drobe is made up. He is not color-blin- d hivo airtight is all right. Enameled however, ami will say that the bride and cloth or wooden covers mado tight with her attendant were dresbed in bull'of a beo gluo during warm weather and left becoming style. Tho groom and his at- on undisturbed Airough the winter have tendant froze to their overcoatsas though given good results. Some will tell you they had been stung by a breeze that that tight covers will bo death to the had come with lightning rapidity from bees, and others just ns empathic that Greenland's iuy mountains. The groom thoporous covering will kill them. What would bo tho very best covering for win-to- r wore a patch between tho eyes the size would depend upon what condition of a silver dime indicating that a popthe bees were in, whero to bo wintered, gun had gone off mysteriously. Just as tc. the biidal party was leaving the home of Items of Interest From All Over The the bride (which was in sight of the State. church) for the church the choir began My wife had been holplebs witli rheusinging tho familiar hymn of which the matism for several weeks and confined to following line is a part, her bed. In less than ono week after "W will all go out to meet Hint when the bridegroom comes." using the Electropoiso she was able to '.e But they didn't go. I guess they thought out and go to church. it was too cold. After congratulations J. II. Ilaynes, Owensboro, Ky. had been extended, Ilev. C. Y. Burks, of Since using the Electropoiso I feel at Henderson county entered tho pulpit least 20 years youncer. and discoursed from 2nd Thcssalonhtns G. W. Flint, Skylight, Ky. I believe tho Electropoiso to bo the though he did not confine himself to that book. Touching on tho passage, greatest invention of tho age. Miss Mat-tiMcNary, Greenville, Ky, "Be ye holy for I am holv," he throw an abundance of light on the subject of The Electropoiso has given perfect satmaking doctrinal points very isfaction in botlt cases, ono neuralgia plain. When Mr. Burks gets warmed the other rheumatism, and tho results up with his subject his large expressive have been perfectly wonderful. Itichard gray eyes which sink back under a high J. Whelan, Bardstowu, Ky. forehead, brightens up and be holds the Thanks to the Fleet ropoiso for what it undivided attention of bis audience fiom has done for me and my family. It has start to finish. cured indigestion and liver troubles, That there are bright lights representbesides giving almost immediato relief ing nil denominations who reflect credit for toothache. W. E. Willett, Carlisle, on the cause that they espouse is not to Ky. I have used tho Electropoiso in my be disputed and it is equally as true that 73 years there are old sputtering 'greasy,' flicker- family from my mother-in-laing lights that one cannot como in con- old down to tho baby ono yenr old with tact with without their emitting a filthy tho happiest results in all cases. Several odor that racks and grates on ones ner- of my neighbors havo them and all well ves for weeks to come. Thero aro those pleased. Everybody should havo one. who try to pattern after Ilev. Sam Jones F. M. Callahan, Verona, Ky. but" they make a miserable failure for To mo tho work of tho Electropoiso is tho lack of a Sam Jones head on 'em. a mistery almost a miracle. Ilev. J. I. I was at a protracted meeting one llodgers, Danville, Ky. night about a yearago, when the preacher Tho Electropoiso has cured mo ot in his zeal forgetting off something ex- asthma and kidney trouble. I. Yocum, traordinary said, "I wish I had a few Taylorsvillo, Ky. to hold in my hands and I am wonderfully pleased with tho souls shako around over hell for about five Electropoiso and would not be without minutes." His theatrical gesticulations it for any consideration. It has done a together with tho peculiar expression of world of good for mo nl ready. Mrs. his eyes so forcibly reminding one of a Jonathan lleid, Kuoblick, Ky. Money could not buy tho Electropoiso magpio peeping knowingly into a marrow bone, was too much for my humoris-tl- c from mo. It has given my wife wonspirit. Not wishing to appear irrev- derful relief from Hhouinatism. C. W. erent I hide myself out into the preseuco Wright, Campbollsvllle, Ky. of tho moon and stars wero I 'bowed my I regard tho Electropoiso as tho wonhead and wept,' then returned into tho der of tho Nineteenth century. My house, and was calm and sereno tho rewife, though not yet well, is better than mainder of tho services. she lias boon for fifteen years, having been a constant sufferer nnd confined to POULTRY CONVENIENCES. her bed with little prospects of ever A Contrivance For Teeilliie; Oniln being outi hut is now up and about. II. tlio 1'uoil and Wutur. A correspondent of tho Farm Journal, B Woodward, Ilardyvillo, Ky. Tho Electropoiso has done mo a great vho was losing much grain by rats and deal of good. Isaac Duncan, Lewisburg, chipmunks, contrived an automatic poultry feeder for grain which prevents Ky. wasta by mice, also by fouling, etc. He I think it is tlm greatest curative ngont says: in existence. Miss Beulay Dale, Itussell-vlll- e When it was ready for .uso, I taught Ky. my flock to uso It in ono minute by placI am much pleased with my experiing a dish of com on tho platform when ence with the Electropoiso and. believe it in advance of any known remedy for tho restoration of the nor.rnl condition of tho system, nnd it 1ms been proven so practically as well as theoretically. Dr. J, W, Clarke, Augusta, Ky. My hotiHO was a regular hospital until tho Klectropoiso was placed in It A. G. Noweitm, l&KJ Second street. Louisville, Ky. Tho Electropoiso restores wasted vitality and tho claims made aro not exaggerated. Mrs, G. G. Bersot, Louisville, Ky. Address DuBOIS & WEBB, Norton Mock, corner "Fourth and Jefferson strfotp, Lotilsvlllo, Ky AUTOMATIC rOUrjJtY K5EDKK. NRS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. 'S22SSS!13!S3SSmSSm Latest U. S. Gov't flcroit. RoYal )Breckenridge Thanksgiyin Day Thanknglvin' day delight, The In m Baking Powder This is the ycnniWil now is the time to Dl'Y I'SEFIH, IMIKSBNT8 FOB CIIUISTMAS instead of spending your money frivolously. a lly-fro- CRASH CLOTHING Makes Erices so Low You can Afford to Buy for Poor Neighbor. IN FIN I ABSOLUTELY PURE News. 13, 1803. m A $400,000 STOCK TO SELECT FROM, HALF OF IT BOUGHT FOR LESS WEDNESDAY, DKOKMBER in. Georgia. Georgia was one o' pure THAN 50C ON THE DOLLAR. QJ. Qfi For Brown Ilibbed Casslmeru P,Xt70 Overcoats, cut long, in single style, well made in breasted ovcry particular, and lined with Twilled Serge, cut from $3. '11 quiet the mn wai thliiiii' bright; hallelujah The editor hcatlcil ths tabic, with alrw.it calm $4.78 $9.48 look, Heady to thank hit Maker cook. 1 Black Cheviot Suite, made nnd trimmed or as well as any suit ofTorcd by other "houses, and neatly and durably lined ; cut from 810. AH-W0ten-dollar Children's USEFUL -I- Clothing AT A&rOUNDlNGLY altoto th.tnji th )$ 'IhanksgMn, djv in C.corgla, w itli a 'possum full 'o grcm', '," 'tatter banked crround hlm,l a sign o' joy 'n peace; 'N your mouth a runnln' water, as you pass along your plate In yoa, fer fear yon,ll 'X our heart be to late. V lllfili III ! ill O For Double and c,l Oxford and Brown-mixe- d Meltons, cutextra length and with full back, lined with neat check wool lining, very handsome trimming and velvet collar, cut from $(. Q A or homespun Suits, bought nl tho Fecheiincr, Fishel it Co. auction at less than GOc on the dollar ) extra long cut, Italian Cloth lining, sewed with eilk ; cut from $13. double-breasted, LOW IFIRiaiEIS. GIFTS roil Little Children. Lovely k . .Men 'OIt nnd Hoys. $13 48 Jor Thankiglvln' day InjOeorgU, Is one n' happy 'cheer? f - ' Thecottons in the Warehouse, 'n the corn H in the year; klnJer retkless In There's a lot n' loe the air; The folks hae got a plenty, 'n a plenty yet to spare. Atlanta Constitution. Qft For your selection from an QO.OO elaborate lino of Tivolt Q Beavers, in Brown, Blue, Olivo nnd Black colors, splendidly mado in doublo d style, in new cut, and lining, with full back, wool and cut from $112.50. single-breaste- Suits, cut in alt tho fashionable styles, royally finished and trimmed, equal in every detail to merchant tailors' work"; cut from $22, 820, 818. richly-tailore- d A Suit of Clothes or Overcoat, Neckwear, Superb lines of Suits, Box-plaite- 11 tig A "Trust" Which Is Popular. An immonsc line of Clay Worsted Suits, in Double Sacks nnd Frocks, fashionably and and exquisitely finished no bettor Suits fold anywhere on earth for loss than $20 to $25. single-breaste- d There is a great deal of indignation felt against trusts. The Sugar Trust, the Standard Oil Trust, the Welsh Tin Plate Trust, the English Salt Trust, and other comhinations of the kind, are vigorously denounced, and it is a subject of controversy whether thero are more trusts in England than America, and whether protection or free trade fosters them. Hut there is one form of trust against which no one has anything to Ray. That is the trust the public reposes in Hood's Sarsaparilla. most elegant line of Overcoats for dressers-Sll.-- lS, $14,48 nnd .up, nnd lordly Ulsters at $7 74, $9.48, A Fino Kid Gloves, d FuWtop or d Gloves, Suspenders, Silk nnd Cashmoro Mudlcrs, Onnos nnd U m b r o a s, Hats and Shoes, Slippers. Fur-lineSilk-face1 1 Handkerchiefs, Shirts, Silk Charming Kilt Suits, Degro-moShort - l'aut Suits, Norfolk or d Suits, Santa Glaus WoolThree-piec- e en Waists, Suits, Snug-fittinUnderwear, Shoes nnd Hals, and Nice Neckwt ar. g Jorsoy nt fino $11.48. Wo have working Suits at lower prices and Dress Suits at higher prices enough to clothe the whole population. Put us to tho proof 1 Mail Ordors Filled Promptly. A Guess on the Every Purchase. Burro with Mail Orders Filled Promptly. KLEINHAffS & SIM ON SON, MAIMCF.T ST. BCT. 4th and nth. MAM MOT H CHOLERA ! New Fall Catalogue Now Ready. SHOE AND CLOTHING COMPANY. "' LOIMSVILI.K, KY. LODIBURG. Sam Keys is uoi king with the bridge now on the I.., St. h. & T. Owen Keys loaded neveral cats with staves hero Last week for liensley & Letters From The People . .10. KniTOit Sr. Ciiaui.i.s, K . Ni:ws Dear Sir: This being Thanks-uivinniht I am w grateful that I want to reniemb.T all my friends, and ns tho Breckenrhljjo county people occupy a warm place in my heart, I desire to address them through tho columns of your paper. This year I am livim; in n coal mining n town and I havo become tpiito mi my ideas concerning a corporation for the company store- - people aro so niro to me that I am almost converted, "Fvry man has his price." Coal is so plentiful with us that few yet tlieio is no people have petty thieiii(! done, for they who might bo M disposed can steal from tho tip easier than at homes. All BreekinridRO seems near to me my pupils como first and I but of should like a Christmas letter from each of them. F.von school blunders appear after a lapse of time. Fondly do tho I recall a pond that was "cut open," troublesome definitions subject nnd preds of a scroll saw, a weo icate, the maiden's conjugation, and last but not least, tho obtusesnejs ono dear girl found in the "reciprocal of a quantity." However, such good reports are coming from that young lady that ono judges sho has passed tho puzzles. Wishing every ono a merry Christinas, I mn sincerely, Nf-vg lomo-eraticicoal-house- s, s-s-- l r l r iMiHa(ili DAY. II jia :1W RATES: H.A 2s.0 PtR in IK TRESH OUTBREAK JN BERLIN. Jolly. Mr. J. E. I Iartli it was isiting hisuuclu H. Clay Jolly, near Hardinsburg, last week. Mr. John Massy, of Meade county, was visiting his sister, Mrs, Mary J. Hardin, last week. (i. G. Jolly, of Hardinshurg, was visiting his aunt, Mrs. Nancy 1J. Hardin, of tliis place, last week. Mrs. Nancy 1. Hardin and her daughter, Mias Winnie, were visiting Mr. John It. Jolly, Sample, litfet week. Messrs. Jas. Skilhnan, .Mack I'ayne and Iiiish Still' took the train at l.oiiiburg last Friday for McFall, Mo. They have called the Ilev. (Jiiinii, of Louisville, to he their pastor at Walnut (irovo for the coming year. Messrs. Gibson, of Cloverport, g and Henry Gibson, of Sample, were at Mr. W. A. Gibson's last week. I's little fellows that write for the News must be very careful and tell the exact spot that any one lives on or the vis-in- wiseacre of Clifton Mills will undoubt- edly correct us. The Clifton Mills correspondent need not think because he goes to Judge n for his voting sentiments, that others run around asking everyone they meet who they must vote for. All leading druggists sell Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablets. Sure cure for the Tobacco or Opium Habit. e- DOGWOOD Bo- RUN. Hog killing and bird hunting is all the Mr. II. F. Stratton visited relatives in Ohio county last week. The Thanksgiving meeting at tho W. M. church was conducted by tho Ilev. Mr. Craig. Tho protracted meeting at Iloseville is having great success. Among the older convertions aro J. I'. Sanders, Perry Phillips, I'M Ileavin and Dr. Hale. The meeting is being conducted by assisted by Itov. Coleman and otherj. Ilev-Ilurc- h, Johnny Christian, move to his newly-boughome in Hancock soon. Ilev. Iloynl conducted prayer meeting at Concord last Thursday night.Prof. Boling is projmring to have an exhibition nt the close of his school. Ilev. J. T. Adkins lias had a severe attack of heart trouble the past week, but is gaining strength again. Ilev. T, Hadley left with his family for Casey county to takodivine work in that county. ' 'Quito a crowd left for Hhwesvillo last Monday morning to attend Circuit Court. - of Ohio county, will lilst report tho outbreak of cholera anew, in Berlin, 0:1 cases and 10 deaths being reported. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among the alarming possibilities, nil stomach and bowel troubles assume an importance beyond the ordinary, and should meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dvbcntary, flux, colic aud cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc, all point conclusively to a bad condition of tho stomach and bowels, and all such disorders should bo corrected at once. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown, W. Va., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho best medicine I ever used for jmins ; for cramps aud colic in children, it can't bo beat. For flux, it is the king." Mr B. L. Blenkinship, of Tooley, W. Va., has this to say: "Ijist April Iliad an extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; actions of my bowels in had twenty-on- e less than two hours. I took threo doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved mo instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is the safest, sttr-est, quickest remeoy ever coinpounueu for each and all of tho above complaints. Moreover, it on res all pains, external and internal, and is tho best safeguard known to destroy tho evil effects of a change of water or diet. Pleasant to take. Sweetened, children liko it. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, Mattii: V. BitooKS. at 25c, and 50o. a bottle, on the guarantee: No relief, no nay. Try it once. Trado-Mnr- k Regulating the Sale of I5o not deceived. Look for The New Law of natives gathering herbs. Mado only Vinegar. hv Hrb Medicine Co.Sjiringfielih Ohio. by the The following law was passul last Legislature and is now in full force nnd affect: "All barrels, kegs or packages, 'I I I' in which vinegar is placed and offered bo for sale in this commonwealth, shall ..branded or marked, so as to so labeled, describe tho process of manufacture- of tho contents, and shall, on said label, brand A SI J9fc ' y yrA j or mark on tho outsldo of said barrel, ' ,fffl from what iinterial ... keg or package, state tho vinegar in said barrel, keg or packI ?1 1 SlMrERiARC- , age is made: whether from fruit by natWATCIiCSClOCKS'l mnK ural fermentation, or from malt, graiu or rrrJTT ncid. Any person selling or offering for sale, in this Commonwealth, any vinegar not so marked nnd described, or if the vinegar sold or offered for sale does not correspond, and is riot as represented by thn label, mark or brand- - on the barrel, keg or package, shall bo fined not less You should bo sure ami not neglect or moro than one hun- to look after their interest. than twenty-livWo havo prepared our stock for them dred dollnrs." and itis now open nnd ready for your A New Peach. H Alarm for Its Invasion of America Well Founded. The telegraphic dispatches of January i "'IllSr ' jouisvnxE, Ky. . v will SantaOlaus Make His. Head- . Quarters at Our ' House.; , FOR THE 9 Vr '!. jt-i,u',- y HOLIDAYS WATCH AND .WAIT A Box of Jewels FOR OUR STOCK. e f W. C. Moorman, GLENDEAHE, KY. NOELL-ISO- M. I'ro-tectl- Mr. D. L. Talbot, of Flizabethtown, lias originated a lato October peach that is pronounced by experienced horticulturists to be the finest lato peach on earth. It is a beautiful cling seedling, fino size aud color nnd u most delicious eating peach. Mr. Talbot has a small number of trees now ready for sttting, which ho has reduced In price from ono dollnr to fifty cents each and is ready to fill orders at once. JEWELS! 1 bo impossible to enumerate all wo carry in our Btock, but would bo pleased to havo you call and seo foryourself. Ourgoods and It would tabler'sdh e buckeyelILE WE TELL YOU nothing new wlieu we ttatr Unit II puy to I'rirnge III n h nimueiit, mod lieiiltliy and plemaut Lurl. fur nu, that return! -a profitoU'rr cwry dajr'i woilc. we Such li the biiiliiithe workluir chus. Wo tcucli them how to limki- - inonry rnpMly, and ctcry one uho lolloiw our liutruclluu utthfulry the maUng of tcioo.on it ium1i. fcverjr one who tuket hold now mid worLi will lurely and i;ullly Incmniu their turning,; there can be no niiettlou ubout it; other now at work are doing It. ami you, reader, can do tliv mime. Ihl, li the belt paying builiu-- that you hate ever had the chance; to aecure. You will make a grave nil, take If you (all to git e It a trhil at once If you graip the iltuatlon, ahd act quickly, you will directly Hud younelf In a moit prosperous builncM, at which you cait lurily make und tare large iutu of money. 1 lit' n'lulM of only few hour' work will often equal a week't wagei. Whether you are old or young, man or woman, It do at we tell you, and ma make no difference, ctM will meet you at the very (tart. Neither capital uecettary. Thosewhowork experience or for ui nre rewarded.- - Why not write to day for full purtlcuhin, I fee f K. V. AI.I.UN A CO., Uox No. 4S0, Ai'guutu, ale V . prices are correct. Tho place is at 0INTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A P. N. D'HUY'S. Breckcnridge People Marry In Kawcsylllo Wednesday afternoon at tho "llivereido hotel, Mr. WSL. Noell and Miss. Mamio Isom, Jjoth of Dreckonridgo county, wero married by Judgo W. W. Tabor. It was understood at tho homo of each that Mr. Xoell Intended to cat turkey at his uncltt'snear-llordinsburgnnd BANK OF GREGORY CLOVERPORT, - $c CO, In HAEDmSBUEG Capital Stock 82S 000. Surplus 87 000. U. F. BEARD, Frcildent. WHARFMASTERS, KENTUCKY. SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. fnttnt r mcinBUi.ot m.nitm io sr. tons. 4. A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! roiHlTely rciqoTea BONE BPA7IU, Itlngbone, Splint, or Curb, IN 48 HOURS, that Miss. e, Alio Wholesale and ltcUll I'enlcri Isom was to visit her cousin in Hawcs-villbut it was their understanding to como to HaweflvjHov"nnd got married, fsotno delay was" occasioned on account of being unablo to find Clerk I'oiudoxter and procure tho licenso, who wns finally, foundjwlUijl Q'rkoy under each arm and. putting up a strong finish for tho third. They returned on tho evening train In posession of all tho happiness this world affords, Judgoi Tabor has becomo well known for h'in hcnutjul and Impress! vo ceremonies- - Ilitwesvillo rinrlon. Yellow Pino Flooring and Ceiling, Shingles, Hair, Doors, Laths, Cement, Llme( . irtsaik Urw' I WILL MILLKR, M. II. BUAKD, Ouhler. O. W. IJKAKD MOHUIS ESKUIDQK ") V wimoui rain. Brick, Blinds, Sash and - .DIro tor ) R. M. JOLLY. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS and all kinds or Building Material. Sole Agenti for Curtain Corn Cure" remove coriiN, Avarls, iMiiilnim, iiioIcn iiutl ciiIIoukch. Wiirriui IimI. Sou Unit C . V. Is blown hi every liolllo. TtiUo no oilier. C. C. C. Homo8toad' Fertilizere Bone Meal, Onk'maernirtiunlfrt wltli and Troy For Failure or Sllguteu Injury. Thl U the Greatest Wonder of IholSlh Century, antonlih. lug, ai it doe, the entire Veterinary world. Circulars a- -d Sworn Proofj Nall ed Free. Dr. Guy Oheelnl, Ho. 37U Canal Ht., New York, S500 Roward tlierah(nmlly flllvil SULZEJR'S. SPAVINCUtf '4- THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. .CLOVERPOET, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER Still doing- For Poor Harry. KniTOit News: Dear Sir: Your Hus- votixfiii. Wisht acr 13, 1893. NO. 21. I Could. Kentucky News. The State Itoaid of Uallroad Commissioners havo submitted their annual report to Gov. Itrown upon their assessed value of railroad property in the statr. Thn value of railroad properly "as reported by them amounts to $35,310,0.1, hcl tig $22,000,000 more than tho valuation given by tho roads. A call has been issued for a meeting of the Kentucky School Superintendents Union to bo held in Louisville, December 28th. Mr. Alex Montgomery's son, of has been appointed a bookkeeper in tho oil ico of the Sargenut-at-Ann- s of tho House at Washington. Fifty tl o asand bushels of coal lira recently been purchased by Mayor Tyler for tho poor in tho city of Louisville. Tho members of the Wntterson club are making extensive preparations to celebrate Jackson's Day. A number of noted speakers will be present on tho occasion. Eliza-bethtow- n, Wliht t coi lil if" hrk ""le while, 'n he n hny A jerkin' o' the winner with n little crmikril X J1"" IN when they N me nkerreil wiiMCr'n they lilt the water plump. WUht I cmilil k loahn front the ineilitcr siml- lln' nweel, 'N feel the sy daisies n tlcklln' n' my feet 'n .iinllliO up nt me All the while Wl.hl 1 could u back 'n he like I niter be. Wlalit I coyhl rii I'morter, 'n find 'cm all the same An they wan the day I IcP t' make a hlgger hear the froRtn-gtiintl- n' i I Ret 'etn on the w, ; 'I name; itiur olJ mother alwats ikeery at the tft T I.Ike the utter wait lor inc, whenever I wii late. Wlsht I could look In heaven 'n ec her thare NIt a tender smile o love, like when I went N see it; s B Among tho Incidents of childhood Hint stand out in bold relief as our tnouiory reverts to tho days when wo wero young, none nro moio prominent than severe Ask Your Friends. vivh'Iy reTho Who havo taken Hood's Sarsaparilla sickness. thnt ityoung mother was Chamberlains Cough members what thoy think of it, and the re plies IJomedy cured her of croup, and in turn will be positive In its favor. Simply administers it to her own otlspring and what Hood's Sarsaparilla dors, that tells nlwayn with tho best results. or Kilo by A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt A tho story of its merit. One has beoit Meador, Hardinsburg.' , or dyspepsia, of Indigestion cured Prayer. another finds it indispensable for sick headaehoor billiousness, while others What is prayer? Prayer is sweet and report remarkablo Cures of scrofula holy converse with God, and in nnd catarrh, rheumatism. Kilt rheum, ttc. through prayer wo can draw nearer to God than in any other way. Prayer also is tho lloon's Paw arc purely vegetable. anchor that anchors our souls to tho throne of God. Like the ships that aro Minnie L. O'Neill. anchored in a bay, if tho anchor cord is So sweet is tho communion of friend broken tho ship begins to drift out to with friend, so dear is the association of sea, so we, if wo let go of the nnchor with relative, bo sacred is the relative of prayer, begin to drift out in the fireside relationship, that, at first thought world. seems to us that no other it sometimes When we are just converted, wo pray than an unsympathetic, than a merciless this felicity, would night and morning perhaps then comes God would t'rminnte some morning aud tells us we aro Bever these- sacred ties, and call us into Satan in a hurry about something. I would with the Kreat beyond. When eyes and bleeding hearts wo ask, not tako time to pray this morning and "What means this?" How feeble is the so we listen to Satan and let go of tho voico that whispers consolation within anchor, and the next time it is not so Yet, there is hard to resist the gentle wooings of tho our troubled breast. enough divinity in our being, enough spirit calling us to our duty, but did you I)id you not feel like wisdom, enough lovo, enough power, to feel right nil day? enablo our bioken spirits to lift their there was something left undone Hint poor heads abovo tho roaring surf und sh uld have been done? I know by exfrom perience you did; aud did not things go exclaim with ft voice that wrong with your work? most assuredly all things well." the stars, "God ruh-tfairest lily of the dalo," thoy did, bceausa. you had left undone Just as tho though long icifsed by the gentle sun the most important thing of the day, and and perfumed with honey dew, must at then again Satan tells us it is not nec. last return its beauteous form to mother essary to pray at all of a morning. So e.trth that gave it, just as the hardy oak wo begin to drift away until after awhile that has so proudly raised its tull head to we tjuitprajing altogether and yet wo hold our names on the church book and tho heayens and ias so triumphantly defied tho blasts, .must succumb to tho claim to bo christians. It is a poor foice of the invading tempest ; - so must christian that cannot take time two or the fairest and strongest of God's child- three times n day to hold sweet convorso ren tho smiling babe in tho mother's with' God in prayer, It lightens tho cares arms, the blushing bride, the gallant of life and brightens our pathway to wooei, the sacrificing parent, ono and all Heaven. -- 4.S Dayid liatltho rulings of a kingdom on alike, return to dust whence 'they came all must bow to His Btern mandate- and his mind, yet he never wavered from bis acknowledge that He, wtio hath the duty, but prayed morning, noon and d power to give hath tho power to take night. And how often we see d christians that do not and away. As dear friends, loving relatives and get on their knees, but scarcely bow their nn aged and devoted father gathered heads when prayer is offered, is that couch of Minnie showing a holy reverence for tho God around the death-visite- d L. O'Neill and with eyes baptized in wo worship? Tho Idoleters do better tears, earlier lamp of life glimmer and than that, thoy got on thoir kneed nnd sometimes fall on their faces to their go out in dentl), saw her aweet spirit depart from its house o. clay, tako its Gods of wood and stone, nnd how much flight beyond tho mists, and like a white more reverence should we havo for our winged dove, settle upon tho Eternal kind and Heavenly Father that gives us Throne, wo doubt not that it was only in all good things that wo enjoy. And then this that weeping spirits fouud relief-o- nly how do wo read that our blessed Saviour in the belief in a God, ono and prayed? What was His attltudo when eternal, only by trusting in His tender in prayer? It was not standing or sitmercy, only by confiding in his infinite ting, but kneeling or prostrated on his lovo that they wero conBoled in seeing face. So mo may Bay they can feel just as humblo standing or sitting as kneeling. the beloved meet her God. Though thus early in life called upon I say you cannot,- neither do you wlion to appear before that ha.-- of Justice, it is possible to kneel. To see ono stand around which wo must all, sooner or and pray reminds mo Si tho Pharisee later assemble, to render an account of that stood and prayed aud thanked God her temporal career and receivo her that he was not as other mon nnd so on. eternal sontenco, she who is now known Oh! christians throw' aside this worldly to earth only in tender recollections did prido and never think your robe is too not go without having encountered tho fine or too pretty to kneel to God in severest conflicts of life. No, she whose prayer. 1'de rather wear a robe soiled spirit now rests with her creator did not from being on my knees in prayor than go from earth without having scon loved tho richest robo worn by those who for ones supersede her. With a firm and fear of soiling it will not kneel. Oh, may God when christians will womanly courage sho had seen loving eorve speed tho day whole heart and not liim with a adored cling to tho prido of life with ono hand faces become paloj she hod so. n oyes closo in their everlasting sleep; 6ho and God with the other Mas. F. W. Bash am, had seen spirits depart with which she not to again commune until thoy liOdiburg, Ky. , waB should meet in Heaven, where there Can't Please Every Body At once. they must slumber together until tho If a newspaper publishes something morning of tho resurrection. of which they do not approve some foolReared In aliomo where God is rever- ish subscribers get mad and "stop their ed and loved, sho knew how to revere paper." To bo consistent tho same parought to leavo a hotel becauso someand lovo, And though sho had ceased ties distasteful was on tho bill of fare. thing to worship at tho family alter where her If there is any thii on tho bill of faro voico had mingled with ttioso of father thoy don't like, thoy-- don't 'havo to oat disaud mother, though long since a moth- it ; if there is any tlnng in tho paper The tasteful thoy don't havo to read It er's voico had been silent, though sho Muhlenburger. had ceased to trod tho farailar putjis " Our domestic, along which she had strewn childhood's Minnie, hat a not tho teachings of roses, bIio suffered bright little girl," writes Mrs. L. O. her dear Kentucky homo to bo in vain. Smith, 80 North Though stricken down by tho cold Washington St, hand of death in the summer of womanRochester, N. Y., of tho tender shoots "and I have beL. hood, just when .feminino usefulness come much invirtue and high terested in tho wero developing Into strong plants and family Poor ready to buret forth into blooming wero thlnir she littlo Minnie's life was not lived in knows that her poor mother has had tho roW T vain. By gentleness, generosity and love consumption. She Is from a consumptive family and had been on tho decline sho had accomplished more than many till tho unerring "hectic flush" set in. though thoir locks aro Well I went for Dr. Former's Golden over achieved, small silvered by three score winters and ten, Relief, Rlying her 5 2drops on aused it lump of sugar, every hours. I Through yirtuc, through truth, through with her about a month and you ought .gonulno feminino affection sho left many to see tho change I She has become hale hero whoso hearts long Jo again beat in and buxom. I am knowing to several cures of consumption by harmony with hers, and with whose other not forget while using It it" ttaeeo in Do theirs vill commuuo with tentior grave cases that it cures a burn in 6 y spirit fondness Ilka two doves upon tho breast minutes, or heals a bruise or fresh cut without there ever being; any soreness of a bridal angol. swelling or matterating. Tho injured loved hr 'Weangle lovedyet wo loved hcr jiart can be used without pain. It also her more. Hut ctlres quickly summer complaints, and And they have sweetly called, her flux, and any." disease where there is inTo yonder shining shore. flammation' or pain. One tablespoon! ul The golden eates were opened A gentle voice said, "Come," cures La Grippe. Money refunded if And with farewella unspoken, satisfaction not given, Never disap, ,. hho ralmly entered home" ' E'lvXttfAtpiK , points. Contains no opium, morphina or mineral poisons. Take a bottle OheiumllyKy;, Noyi8,-!)- f' home nmVARD N. WOOD. d stiff-neckestiff-knee- agin. Alantt Constitution. stwityt I feel like It ml help mc to battle here with Wlsltt I could go back a little while, 'n bu a hoy ton correspondent lias exaggerated my statement in regard to tho yield of wheat ii North Dakota. I said wheat made is high an " and !'.0 bushels per nere, oats aud barley front 23 to IM), but not nn nvorago yield. I am tpiite sure your Guston correspondent did not aim to make me out tho champion liar of tho state iutentiongly. I think its owing to his being lately married that cnus d him to get tilings mixed up, and would liavo you adviso liim to wait until tho honeymoon is over and then he will be accountable or what ho does. Hespeclifully, K. L. Smith. -.- should ho rich to insuro health. Poor blood means Ancumia ; diseased blood nloans Scrofula. Blood FtOWEfl SUPERSTITIONS. Hnlitm' llaroiiictur It lfitlm of Their l'nr Divining tha 5 'WWWWVV SweetlinnrU' Lute. Is singular to rco how many mean- Scott's Emulsion tho Cream of Cod-liv- er Oil, enriches tho blood; cures Anaemia, Scrofula, Coughs, Colds, Weak Lungs, and Wasting Dlseasos. Physicians, tho, world ovor, ondorso it, Don't be decelfed by Substitutes! Prepared hj Scott Ilowne, N. Y. All bruggiua. i The Governor nnd Attorney General are not agreed as to how legal proceedings shall bo instituted to prevent the consolidation of tho Louisvillo and Nashville and Newport News railroads. Louis Hancock, editor of the Henderson Courier sold nine hogs weighing 2,000 pounds for six cents per pound, bringing liim $174 for the lot. Who furnished tho country editor with corn for this purpose is not stated. Tho Hcv. Dr. Talrnago lectured to nn oudienco of 3,000 people In Hopkins-vill- o ono night last week. Tho Kentucky members of Congress tho Presi , express henrty approval dent's uiessago They had bettor get down to business too pretty soon or some of tliein may experience some trouble in getting back there. . Peter Frnkes, a reputablo farmor living in Mendo county, found a box of poison, known as "Itaticide" near his spring a few days since and lie thinks an attempt was made to poison himself nnd family. Lust summer some ono set liio to Mr. Flukes' wheat crop in tho stack Messrs. M. P. Mattiugly & Co., largo distillers of Owensboro, have started up their big distillery for tho season run. It is tho first to open up. Albert Schindler, of Brandenburg, fell nnd ran a nail in his hand. Tho wound apparently healed for a lime, but blood poisoning afterwards set up and it is feared ho will die. Editor John B. Gains has leased his newspaper, the Bowling Green Times, to S. F Breeding. Mrs. Josephine Ilnrroll, a young widow, fell dead of heart disease while planting a rosebush on her husband's gravo iu tho cemetery nt St. Vincent, Union county. Mr. A. J. Stark, of Louisville, has lost wife and cloven of bis twelve children from consumption within tho short space of two years. Mr. J. Z. Moore, a young college stud- lent nt Palo Alto, California, received in juries while playing in a gamo of foot ball from which he died Tho young man formerly lived in Owensboro, Ky. Charles Kreamer, for twenty years a wharf master at Louisville, and a prominent local politican of that city, is dead. Col. W. N. Haldoman, it is said, has abandoned his idea of starting a pupor at Nashvlllo in connection witli tho Courier-JournaIf you havo anything you don't want to sell, or something your hogs won't eat, why in the thundor don't you bring it to this office and apply it to your subscription? If you don't read, and havo no use for tho paper, tnko tho stuff to the preacher, ho comes next. Mountain Monitor. Thcro nro thousand of people nnd many pre.tondcd business mon who will send th'eirprintiug to some snido concern becauso they think thoy can get it dono flvo cents cheaper than at homo. They do not think the express comes extra, Cut in every case it costs them nioro than to havo it dono nt home. They seem to lose sight of tho incidental advantages of tho homo printing concern and home paper to them or thoir business by giving them a "write up," mentioning them personally in connection with their business. Jollico Advance-Sentine- l. A Happy Gathering of the Children and friends of Mr. Nelson Jolly. The morning of Nov. oOth was bright and beautiful, and every thing bid fair for a pleasant day. By tho hour of 10 a, 'in. tho guests had assembled. A sumptuous dinner had been prepared by Mrs. Jolly aud all present showed their appreciation for it by partaking of it bountifully. Tho wco hours of tho oven-in- g glided rapidly by and soon tho timo for parting was at hand. Tho sad pnit was the parting of tho children with their from father, whoso limbs age, fearing cro another Thanksgiving tho place that knows him now should know him no more forever. But it is n liappy thought to them that should his spirit be carried across tho river of death ore another reunion, that their next ono would bo on the bright shore of pence, where they meet to part no more. Thoso present wero Mrs. AVm Hendricks and little daughter, Annie; Mr. nnd Mrs Hud Miller and two children, Eugene and Eula; Mr. and Mrs. .lames Lyons aud littlo daughter, Mary; Mr. and Mrs. Win. Jolly, Messrs. John, Tico and Huco Jolly, Mr. McGury, wifo and son, Lindsay; Mr. and Mrs. Granvillo Wilson, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Yeager nnd littlo son nntl daughter, Josie and Forrest; Leo Yeager and Mrs. B. Bond. For a laino back or for a pain in tho sido or chest, try saturating n pieco of flannel with Chamberlain's Fain Balm and binding it onto tho affected parts. This treatment will euro any, ordinary case in ono or two days. Pain Balm also cures'rheumatism. 50 cent bottlo for sale by A. It. Fisher, Cloverport and Witt & Meador, 1 lardinBburg. tf ingless ceremonies are now practiced by young women ceremonies which wero formerly used in. earnest as lovo charms or incantations. Most of tlicsalmve nn amatory origin, and in connection with not nfow certain flowers urouRed.prosumabry as n means of foretelling tho future. In Eovcrnl parts of Now England when n young lady expocts a visit from her lover sho will pluck n marigold, tako it in her hand when lie nrrives nnd carry It until tho end of his visit, when from its fresh or faded condition sho will judge of tho strength of his affection. A German gill, nfter having been called on by her lover, will put a star flower or dandelion In water and leavo it there until his next visit, drawing an omen from its condition, whllo a Spanish maiden will tako a moss rosebud, wear it on her breast, and if it expands to ft perfect flower tho omen is considered exceedingly fortunate. A superstition of tho saiuo kind is shown by tho East Indian maiden who places u poppy in her lmir. In England tho primroso is used for tho snmo purtwso, and in country districts of Now England tho spikes of tho rib wort plantain nro tuken, wrapped in dock leaves, plnced beneath n stone, and if tho noxt day signs of new buds appear tho omen is considered happy. In Franco young ladles desirous of ascertaining tho extent of n lovor's affection tako tiio common daisy and pull off its leaves ouo by one, with tho question, "Does lie lovo me? Docs ho lovo mo little? Docs iio lovo mo much? Docs ho lovo mo with nil his soul'r" Mnrguerito in "Faust" uses tho common blue bottlo with similar questions. Iu England tho nsli leaf is sometimes employed to ascertain tho faithfulness of an absent lover, and tho Irish maiden learns of her future by putting a shomrock in her shoo, after which sho walks abroad, nnd tho first man she meets or ono of his name will bo her husband. Now York Advertiser. bo-co- Money lakes W ings I Tho old saying that "Money Takes Wings" does not lose its pertinence with tho llight of time. Good senBO and a proper appreciation of tho vnluo of dollars will induce you to buy your clothing of us . You will not need wings to raise you up to tho price. You can stand Hat footed nnd tako them in. What do you think of Boy's Stuls at $1 and Boy's OvercoaU at 00c. and Ladies' Fur Trimmed Cloaks at $2.50 and lots of other goods in proportion. Do you want somothing for Christinas, if you do just fly right to our house and find tho largest stock of Toys nndvlloliday goods to bo found in tho county. Ourstock will stand tho closest scrunity nnd patrons arc invited to inspect it carefully. i Jacob & Meyer, U v5 BIG- SPRING-- , KY. - FREE ! FREE ! FREE ! Tlllfi GIoLe-DQmocnJ FREE ! SI. &oui$ A GreatSemi-Weekly Eight pages each Tuesday and Friday, Sixieen pages overy Week. Paperi new-dail- y l. "The Devil to Pay I" The phrase, "Tho devil to pay," is not soprofane inits origin nor so illegitimate as somo might suppose In ovory printing office is a youthful specimen of humanity who cannot bo undcrstnndingly designated to tho craft without borrowing tho Plutonic appellative. Tho phrase in question doubtless originated in a printing ofiico on tho occasion of the Saturday night's settlement of weekly accounts. Tho publisher, with a scant purse, receives tho ominous call of his foreman. "Well, John how is it? What must I pay k "Tvpus wants five dollars, anil wants four, and Columnrtilu says he must havo soven." "You'll clean .mo out entirely. My subscribers haven't dono a thing nt paying up this weok. But let's see. Yes, U'c call your attention to xpnons. They arc hero's tho monoy." cheaper than ccr. Solid tllvcr inooni at about ASSORTED "And, sir I should like a few dollars the price of plated goods. We have them In plain, fancy and enf; raved handles, In coffee, tea for myself." what better "That's bad. But hero you havo it-- all sugar, lerry, cream, etc, and can you makeselect-tlo- n than for a Christmas present I've got." some of our nice solid silver ipoons. Call on "But, sir, you forget niKitn's the Slioot-ingstic- e Hoinit by Hank Draft, or Kxpreii Money Order, or Hrglstercd Letter. Sample majority, however, provide only coIToo, ten, rolls aud cukes. Nino out of ton copies will bo lent frco on application. of tho customers take coileo nnd cuko. Tho latter is not tho French or American kind. It consists of four varieties To GLOHE PRINTING CO., St. Louis, Mo.: dear to tho German palate apple, Herewith find $3.00, and the names of three subscribers on blank clipped from Hie peach, prune and sugar. Tho last named is also culled cinnamon. It is 1) nr.CKiNnimic News, published at Cloverport, Ky. l'lsaie send the Tuesday and Friday o mado of bread dough on tho upper of which is spread somo butter, Globe Democrat for ono yrnr to me and(to each of the subscribers named, sugar aud cinnamon. Then it is baked Name ; of sender ,,,: hard. Tho peach aud apple cukes aro mado of State., l'ost.omso thinly rolled bread dough.sunnountcd by slices of apples or peaches, as tho case Names of Subscribers. may bo. When n little butler and sugar State, havo been placed botween tho slices, the bakor has approached as near perfection as possible Tho dough of thopruno cako is mado liko tho other and covered 3 thickly with mashed stowed prunes. In tho best bakeries a slico of any of theso cakes from four to fivo Indies 3 squaro is sold for 5 cents. A good cup of coffee or tea with milk and sugar costs tho samo, Ttioso who liko light aud sweet THE POPULAR FAVORITE breakfasts can thus bo satisfied for 10 cents. Probably 5,000 east siders cut such breakfasts lu tho bakeries every morning. Now York Sun. l'ost-Olllcsur-facI'ost-oOic- e. I"ot York Itri'iikfunU. Nearly every German bakery on Third nvcmfo serves breakfast nnd luncheon to tho furnished room population of the Some servo eggs nnd cold east side. meats, coffee, tea and chocolate. Tho Siiiub OnlyOne Dollar a Yeari Any reader uf this paper can get It free by securing a club of three eubscriberg and forwarding their names, ON THIS 1ILANK, with TIIHEK DOLLARS, TO GLOBE PRINTING CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. "KISS-ME- " - GUM- Nearly Half a Million Cakes Consumed Every Week. SPOONS F. N. D'HUY, YOUR JEWELER. SOST 1.10,WTITT. NO GRIT, NO DIRT. That is Why Everybody Chews "KISS-ME.- " FLAVORS IN EACH CARTOON. THE NEW YORK PEVIL TO r.VY." And can wo wonder that thereafter, when the poor publisher wished to particularly emphasize what ho deemed to bo a perfect crusher in tho way of business, ho borrowed tills significant phraso? N. Y, Ledger. WEEKLY HERALD WILL BE WITHOUT QUESTION AMERICA'S BI3TI.iq.fiI.ITT. His Second Wifo, Told him tho secret of her good health. Sho used "Parks' Tea" ovory night. A. It. Fishor. druggist. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM LEADING FAMILY PAPER. PIERCE STATION. A Good Thing to Keep VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Romodlos. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. at Hand. From the Troy (Kamat) Chief. Somo years ago wo wero very much subject to so verp spells of cholera morbus; and now when 'wo feel any of the symp- Miss Luln Cashman is visiting at FOR 20 YEARS by Clov- v -- toms that usually proceed that ailment, Well a) sickness atthe stomach, diurrhnjn etc.f wo becomo scary. Wo havo found Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy tho very thing to straighten ono out in such' cases, and always kept It about. Wo are not writing tlds for n pay testimonial; but to lot our renders iknow what is a good tiling to keep handy lln tho house. For sale by A. It. Fisher, ,Cloverport, nnd Witt A Mendor, Har dinsburg. NEW BETHEL. Farmers in, this neighborhood mo about dono gathering corn. Tho meeting nt Hlto's Run closed last new additions Saturday with twenty-fiv- e to the church. Eighteen were baptized Sunday, Mr.JJamcs Uendrlck, who has been livings 'in the Clover .Creek neighbor' hood, is moving back to his old home'! stead. ,", ay. erport and Hito's Run. v Mr. Sam McAfee was tho guest of Miss Hattio B na Sunday. Mrs. Minnie Hydo nnd Master Dannie, visited Mrs. G. W. Cashman last week. Mr. Sam Keys was tho guest of Misa Cora Cashman Sunday, Mrs. Mary McAfeo went to Cloverport Friday to boo Miss Gurtio Koys, who is quite sick. Mr, Snm Cashman nnd family, Union Star; Mr. Georgo Thompson, of Now Albany; Mr. Allen Hyde, of Derby; sptJnt tho day with Mr. nnd Mrs. G. W. Cosh-mn- n Sunday. Messrs. Elijah and Wash Cashman mado a flying trip to tho city last week. Mr. Milt McAfeo was tho guest of MIes Carrio Cart Sunday. Little Walter Cash man is on tho sick list this week. Mrs. Jnrrctt accompanied by "Mre. Mary Argnbright visited her sister near Irvlngton last week - Times aro getting so hard that it is n hard matter to tell a cooking rnngo from a parlor organ. The reputation that the Wkkkly IIebald lias enjoyed for many years of being the best home newspaper In the land will bo mateilslly added to during tbe year of ItllM. No pains tr expense will be spared to mako it in every department the most reliable, Interesting and in structlve of all weekly newspaper publications. It will be Improved la cany ways, A number of new features and departments will be added. The latett developmentln all fields of contemporaneous human Interest will be ably descussed from week to wtek by accomplished writers. Frr4 BOLD EVERYWHERE. BICHiUOSOJ SUDICIXK 10,, BT. L0CI8. THE NEWS OF THE WORLD Will be clven In a conolse but complete form. Every Important or Interesting event, either at borne or abroad, will bo duly described In tho columns of tbe Wiekly Herald. In politics tbe IIebald Is absolutely Independent and sound. It tells the rights and wrongs of all Bides without fear. Farmers and stock raisers cannot afford to be without the Weekly IIebald during the ooming year. It will contain a regular department each wsek devoteted exclusively to subjects of timely interest to them, and giving many valuable suggestions and new Ideas. Tbe women and children of the land will find in the Weekly Hbbald a welcome visitor, They will Tho household and children's pages will bo both Instructive and entertaining. abound In bints and receipts which women so much value. ; A brilliant array of novels and short stories by the best writers In America and England bae been seoured, so that Cotton will be one of the most attractive features jn tho Weekly Herald during 1894. . order, combined with a In fact, the Weekly Herald will bi a magailne of IK The fir8l CHARLES A. DANNA, $X1 Newspapers, Editor. of American The Amerlcai Constitution, the American Idea, the American Spirit. These first, last, and all the time, forever 1 The Sunday Sun Is tho Kfeatest Sunday Newspaper in tho World. Price So. a copy. By mall, Dally, by mall, Dally and Sunday, by mall, The Weekly, $2 a year complete newspaper, year year $8 a $6 a $1 NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. a year Adilrci TUB SUN, New York. 2f ADDUESS, SHIETID ' ONE DOLLAR IFOIR, ' 'r ' A YE- - SAMPLE COPY. HERALD SQUARE, NEVvVTORK. THE WEEKLY HERALD. SULZER'S. THR BREGKENRIDGH NMS, CLOVRRPORt, KY. Jjut Friday was a holiday with tho Tho Aid Social at Mrs Harrington's i i i Catholics of this vicinity. There were last Friday night hod a big crowd- - and a WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IX 180X services at the Catholic church, Ituv. good time. The mntt unique one yet Ford officiating. will boon Eriduy night nt Judge C. C Jno, D. & V. 0. Bibbsge, Edltori and Froprlet'ti Kiv. Rutlcdge, pastor of tho Baplt Fnirlcigh's residence. To tho individual church, Is holding a protracted met ting drawing tho best pig a prize will bo I.., Nl. I.. A; T. Local Tlmo Card. here, assisted by Hev. II. II. Hibbs, of awarded, also to tho poorest piggio 9 .42 a.m. Mll and Express going Bast Central City, Ky. Here's n chnnco to display your. ' " West " ..10.38 a.m. fl.00 p.m. tCiprsss " Kut The candidates arc announcing them- urtiHticrkill, ns well ns winning a meV.15 p.m. " West selves early, hut it will bit Home little mento of the occasion. Mrs. Hardin Is ah I1.S a.m. " East Uc. freight lime yet beforo the ractH for tho various indefatigable worker In her church and " 9.M a.m. " West offices are made up. begs that all denominations nsst mb'u at FOR COUNTY JUDGE. Kincheloo, Meador & Board bought her father's homo to aid n good cause. .nnnnnnre I'.I.IIAII "IIM. are author lied u I!.') foot' lot on Main slrett of .lames The Indies of tho M. E. church will HOAIIll .n a rnmliiintA fnr'Cniintv fitiitr (Jntdner last week and will soon begin liavo n phantom ftiihjrct to the action of the Democratic rutly. auction and oyster Blip-pthe erection ot a new drug store. FOR COUNTY CLERK. on Christmas night for the benefit Mr. Owen Cunningham is favorably of are authorised to announce JOHN D. their church. Everything will bo nniU.UK at candidate for County Court mentioned as the man for the county most comfortably arranged Ckrk. subject lu the nctlon of the Democratic nnd oh, tho court clerk on that ticket next year. lovely mnlds in ghostly party. apparel on which Mr. Cunningham madu a good raco four FOR JAILER. tho gallant knights can purchase, and tasum Tribute to the Memory of Mr. Pierce, by years ago. i "tirl! arc authorized to announce J. STTAHT HON. R. R. perhaps for good and all, who knows? One Who Loved Him For His Worlh DeJKUNKTTKas a candidate rorjailoror Mr. Fred Knye, Vine Grove, was here Now theso good christian ladies who aro llrcckenridire County, subject to the action of Of the irreparable losssustained by tho last week. Mr. Kayo is n member of the stiiving so the Democratic party. earnestly to finish their HIS DEATH OCCURS AT HIS HOME family, in tho death of Hon. R. R. Pierce firm of Kayo, Muttingly & Hobcn, this church ask a liberal patronage from I will not hero speak, but I hnvo deemed place, and is occasionally IN ThIS CITY ON THE 8th "'ho'jilnco to hero to look homo nnd surrounding country. Tho it only meet to speak of him as a follow nftcr tho business. INSTANT. get something oysters will be served to suit eacli indicitizen and of tho loss sustained by tho Some parties bought a few feet qf Our nilvertisers nrc a lively set of felvidual's taste and in thedalnticst manner cammunityof which ho was bo conspic- ground on Main strctt last week at $10 by dainty dnmsi Is. lows. There are no dull times with Peacefully and Quietly Ho Passes uous, useful and honored n citizen. per foot and they regarded it as a barthem. "What they have to say to our Mr. Pierce Is dead but his impress is gain Stuait R. Young opened the season of Lots for building purposes on Away Surrounded by His readers is opportune nnil timely nnd indelibly nnd lastingly fixed on his town Main street are not nt nil plentiful and approaching gnities last Wednesday by sparkles with interesting things that arc Relatives and Friends. nnd community. Words are not necesthis makes them tho more desirable. a debut party nnd nftsrnoon reception. now upon us or will bo in the next few sity to keep alive his memory. So long Wo doubt whether another foot could A number of buds assisted in his brildays. Read and study their announcenstho whistle of a "Texas" locomotivo bo bought for less thnn $20. liant como out, and ho makes his bow to ments, and you'll get in touch with the A Sketch of His Life, a Tribute of is heard, so long socity under tho most flattering auspices. will his indomitablo Mr. Joseph Kremer, the city baker, Love and Resolutions of Respect times. energy nnd unflagging industry bo pro- who has been sick for tho latt three His bachelor apnrtments wero aglow Who Have Known by Those claimed ami kept in memory in this months, was out last with light nnd beauty. Putted plants, week. He was able It will bo noticed in this issue that community and along tho line of the to go to his store and do some baking for palins, smilnx and ferns were intertwined Him and Revere His gentlemen are already candidates several railroad j so long ns tho smoke rolls from the first time In three interlaced and festooned into every conMemory. for the different county offices. These months. From the numerous chimneys of houses built trits time on Mr. Kremer will ceivable design and placed in every all over are all good men, be nblo to by him In Cloverport, so long will his furnish fresh Yellow chrysantheA GOOD MAN GONE. the county, and if they should receive bread, light rolls, cakes, available space. lovo for, and faith in Clovcrpoitand mums adorned his corsage and a bunch his pies, etc., to this community regularly the nomination will make it hot for any progressive spirit bo known nnd talked every week. Republican that opposes them. As the Ho also has a nice lino of of beauty roses graced his delicate hands. The Hon R. R. Pierce died at his home of hero ; so long as the melodious bell of confectioneries nnd Christmas goods Jor Hnndsomo family plate, snowy damask, ball is now started to rolling, wo may in this city last Friday, the 8th inst., at the Baptist church peals out its notes of tho holidays. Call and seo for several more an- 3 : SO o'clock p. m. Mr. Kremir. shimmering glass, with n menu to tempt confidently look invitation to come to Christ, so long will '$.", the Gods, greeted tho guests in tho dinnouncements in the near future and the Mr Pierce had been sick for several BRANDENBURG. ing room. Misses Nannie nnd Allieno begin to shako in old months, nnd it had been apparent for it be known nnd remembered that Mr. bushes will soon Larger Stocke and Superior ' "i , Tierce was a faithful man of God and Murray, Cloverpoit; Miss Addio G. . ' BreckenTidgo in a lively manner. Dick Ditto's fever continues. sometimo that his taking off was only a zealous in tho cnusoof Chiistianity. A Ditto and Mr. Smith, Louisville; Misses matter of a littlo while. He was first Fannie Tusoy Thllllpj is right sick. Lula, Nellie and Bertha Lewis, Mattie monument over his last restiug place Wp aro pleased to be informed by a Assortments Rule in every Dc.p.irlinont John Powell is typo nt the Messenger taken with inllammation of the bowels, may be reared by loving hands, but it is and Nellie McGebeo and L. L. Lewis, friend that our information, of which wo which was followed by a general breakoffice, doing number ono work. not needed in order to keep him in chaperoned by Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew made mention a couple of weeks ago, ing down of the system. Misses Alliene nnd Nannie Murray reFairleigli wtro the invited guests. A memory. His monuments hnvo been that Gas City, Ind., had relapsed into a The funeral services wero held at the turned to Cloverport, last Saturday. beauty rose as'n souvenir of the occasion dull country town, is ail n mistake. Tierce residence Sunday afternoon, con- erected by his own hands all about us The Methodist cliuich looks imposing wns presented encli upon departure. Soveral large factories there are running ducted by tho Rev. Dr. J. B. Cottrell nnd and at every turn in our littlo city, his with its lofty spire nnd beautiful dress of Congratulations sight. Tlio city hand has carved, not his name, but his in profusion by this .4-- 1 "I full force with more in t tog. T. Lninpton, after which paint. tho Rov. II. writer. is prosperous and holding its own well deeds in structures of brick, stono and Mr. Jess Hcrndon, of Webster, spent tho remains were deposited in their last through theso times of stringency. This resting place in tho Cloveriwrt City steel; and his labois nnd upright, last Sunday with Mm. ',. T. Henulon's is gratifying information, for we have ljfe havo carved his "memory family. Tho pall bearers were Cemetery. there some llrcckenridge county friends M A.1J. Skillman, F. N. DMIiiy, J. T. lines" in tho hearts of those who have Missed Una Willutt nud Kttla Jones that wo wish above all to seo bo proper Skillman, Jas. II. Moorman, J. E. lived with nnd near him, nnd wlnJ have weio guests of Mrs. Wm. Sanders last Cloverport Is Visited Again learned to lovo nnd respect him. that they may bo ranked with "the Keith and Dudloy Ilambleton. Sunday. Ono who loved him for what hu was "Robber Barons" of tho place. By a Big Fire. "We know no moro fitting tribute to Ids Miss Addie G. Ditto has returned to andforwhnt he did, writes this ns n tri- Louisvillo to her sister's, Mrs. D., W. business manager memory than to make some extracts bute of Mk. 0. E. Sommers, the heart to his memory. lifo which Fnirleigh. Dr. Lightfoot's Residenco Goes Up of the Ellzabctlilown News, is a candi- from a sketch of his valuable Mrs. Dr. Pusey and Mrs. J. W." RichScrgoant-at-Arm- s of the State we published in these columns nearly a date for in Flames Early Last WedCopy of Resolutions Adopted by the Board ardson spent hut Tuesday in Louisville Senate. His chances Beein to bo very year ago. Jan. lltli 1893. nesday Morning. of Directors of the Louisville, St. Louis shopping. "Mr. Tierce was boru in Louisa county, good for tho place, and the News is sorry & Texas Railway Company In Meetof Virginia, in tlioyear 1823 Mrs. Wins. Cusptrko went to Louisit hasn't a vote to give him to help swell in tho stato ing Assembled, Dcccmbar was known as villo last week to see her sister, who was EVERY THING IS A TOTAL LOSS, I his majority. Wo don't know Mr. Som- and was educated nt what I I I I I I I 'I I i I i I i I I 8th, 1093. time tho quite sick. mers intimately, but wo do his brother, "Old Field Schools," at that Ky , I), c mber 8, ISM. Louihviu.i:, Dr. J. F. Lightfoot'a residenco (formerschools Miss Jennie Hardin 1ms returned from Harry, than whom a more congenial, best patronized and most popular "Wiirrkas, Thii Hoard hnJut heen adti.. ly the Dr. Vvnrileld property on High Louisville, wliero she combined business Btrect, between man is not to bo fonnd in ot any in tho "Old Dominion." eil of the death of lion It. It. First and Second, in this Merer, who had witli pleasure. At an early age ho became a clerk in a been a member of the Hoard from the organlra-UWcity was completely destroyed by fire at tho state, and for this reason we aro glad whs depot ho the Company. 2 o'clock last Wednesday morning. The Mrs. Julia Ditto Hees, of near Columhis brother is to bo rewarded. "We country store. Afterwards TiiaititFOHK Iteiolved, That thl. Hoard hat bus, Ohio, is visiting is now tho her patents, Mr. particulars are about as follows: don't know how Senator Gross? feels in agent nt a point on what receUedthe information with tinccre orrov Dr. Lightfoot moved to Hawesvillo fc Ohio railroad. In time and and Mrs. J. K. Ditto. tho matter, but wo should like for him Chesapeake that the Director! hereby Monday and Tuesday Mr. John P. was made conductor on a train on the appreciation of Mr. Hcrcfs cxprcai their high .Everybody is talking, thinking, dream Beverly, a tobacconist from Henderson to givo Mr. Sommers boiiio consideration he character a man and an assxiate on the Hoard of Director!. ing of Christinas, and Christmas cheer moved into the building. The house road also mail agent between Washingfor the offico for which hu aspires. They reallie. In hi death, the loss of a pleasant wo II was heated and lighted bv natural ton City and Richmond, Virginia. have in spite of stringency. companion, and and the new Tho attention of the lato D. B. Harris, In the intereiti one who wai active and e.irnc.t Hon. B. F. Willett came down from ing me natureoccupants, not understand The Perry County Farmers's Institute ot gas, uni not know how ofthe Company. met at Rome on tho 8th inst. and held ono of tho largest tobacco operators in Louisville last Friday night to spend to properly manago it. Late in tho night Hr.50i.VED, That these resolution, be spread the pressure of tho gis grows stronger, an interesting and instructive session tho country, was attracted to the young upon the record! of the Company, in the minutes Saturday nnd Sunday with his wifei A perfect wonder and a joy to every household, making wash day lasting two days. The Institute was not man who was exhibiting the finest busi- of this meeting." Mrs. Etta Malin reports her ra'othei's as all business houses where It is used are closed and tho lights turned off. ono of pleasuro instead of dread and drudgery which thousonds of J. K. McCracken, as well attended as it should havo been, ness capacities. Ocorgc II. Lamkln, It resulted in an encondition improved. She sat up several Mrs. Beverly, unfortunately, left the gas though those present discussed tho subTreasurer. Sicretary. Clodays at her bedside in Vino Grove. burning in tier kitchen ttovc, and as the mothers will testify to all along tho line. jects before them in a manner that gagement of his services to come to showed they were not only practical verport and manage Harris' large tobacco The MethoJistsnnd Baptists will havo pressure became stronger the lire burned Sad News For Fred Pierce. Positively the Best and Cheapest Washer ever offered to the Public for. grew farmers, but had. also, given much business here. This brought Mr. Tierce hereafter on larger anil tho heatceilingsmore intense. Tho Daily Optic, East Los Vejias, N. M. n union prayer-meetiuFinally tho floor or thought to scientific theories as well. to Cloverport in tho year 1847. Hu has wero ignited, Tuesday night ut tho Baptist church. says: Hon. R. R. Tierce, father of F. II. tho following reasons: and the' destruction of tho property was Theso Institutes aro proving to bo of Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Gough.nnd Willie begun. much benefit to progressive agricultur- resided here from that day to this. I'ierce, of tho Agua Turn company, died FIItST It is tho most durahlc, SECOND It requires less labor. When the flames wero descovered As before remarked, a moro useful at Cloverport, Ky., ists of tho Hoosier stato, and wo hopo this nftemoon, nt 2 Grinneli spent several days last week in kitchen L was nearly complttoly the desoon to see them inaugurated in this man never nveu in nny cuuuuuiii. o'clock. THIRD It will do a greater variety of work. FOURTH It will do tho city in pursuit ot Christmas goods. Mr. Tierce was n visitor to this Surelv something of this kind stroyed, nnd there was no possible chnnco state. His tobacco operations were largo for a citynbouttwo years ago.his son How I w6uld lovo to hear the Rev. T. to save either tho house or its contents, tho samo amount of work in less time than any other without wearing farmwould lift many of our having for great number of years, in which time he several years been one of ers out of their old ruts. It is lcBsTciunbcrsomo, our leading DoWItt Tnlmage when lie talks to the Tho occupants of the building wtro bare- tho clothes, or fulling or shrinking the flannel. ly able to save themselves, by rushing paid out large sums of money to planters business men. The son will have tho peoploof Louisvillo on Ids "School of out and dressing in the street. weighing only two pounds. 100. $100 Howard, and employed hundreds of hands in his sympathy of tho entire rf . s community, ns Scandal." Tho alarm of tiro was sounded by cries The principal feature of this Washer is in forcing tho hotf water and Tho reader of this paper will bo pleas-et- l stemmery. His fairness nnd justneas ns soon ns Mb af Mr. Warfleld has a s restaurMiction shall become known. nnd tho ringing of church bells and soon to learn that thero is at least one an employee was singularly illustrated ant nnd confectionery. Uttlies can have nenry tha entire city wns nt the scene of suds through the clothes by compressed air. dreaded discaso that scienco has been in a successful race he made for tho Leglunch too, and will always find a nice destruction. HARDINSBURG. Valient woik was dono to savo tho able to euro in all its stages, and that is islature, somo years ago. The laboring quiet room. OF ONLY two story franio occupied by Geo. W. L. H. &. W. TIME TABLE. Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tho only population of Clovcrbort voted for him, Dr. John Hardin left last Monday for Jordan, which stood only a few feet OOISO WIST. positive euro known to the medical black and white, almost to a man, reHawesvlllo nnd Owensboro in tho inter- away. Blankets and carpets wero hung THUS PLACING IT WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERY FAMILY, p.m. est of n fraternity. Catarrh being a constitu- gardless of party affiliation, giving as n Passenger Dally urr. IUrdlnsbarg..U: tobacco house in Louisvillo for over tho eaves, these wero kept constantOOINO KiST. ly wet by tho pouring of water from tional disease, requires n constitutional reason that ho was a public benefactor Passenger Dally arr. Ilardlnsburg.. 7:50 a.m which iio is agent. buckets. Thosmoko houses and other treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken and a just man. Mrs Abnim Ditto, Long Branch, is nnd fences wero torn down Jailor. DeJcrnetto has been on the sick getting well, internally, acting directly on the blood During his career as a tobacconist, ho much to tho gratification of to prevent the spread of tho flames. ot the system, engaged in other enterprises merchant list soveral days. nnd mucous surfaces Mr. Jordan's residence was saved her numerous friends nnd relatives. Co., thereby destroying tho foundation of miller, farmer, etc. driving everything Miss Sallio Kincheloo lias returned Kiln is a favorite with all who know her though his furniture wasslightly injured by being carried into tho street and back giving tho patient before him with an energy nnd activity from Henderson. tho disease, and sterling qualities. ' again. Dr. Lightfoot's loss is fully $2,000. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. strength by building up tho constitution that was remarkable. Ho built several Mrs. John Alexander wns visiting at Tho artists of East Main aro to bo con- Mr. Beverly lost about $000. lie had ltADiNSDi-a- , work. of tho largest houses in tho olden times Ky. Dec. 5, iSoj. and assisting nature in doing its just Invested tiio day before $100 in new doled with, or rather our progressive, Harncd last week. The firm ofKnyr, Mattlngly Allobcn, this day furniture nud carpets. There is no Tho proprietors havo bo much faith in of Cloverport. Tho largo brick building lutvmlly dissolved, Joe. L, 5UattlnKly retiring citlzwi, Mr. R. 11. Nevltt Miss Emma Mosoley was hero last Saton any tiling that was destroyed. om the firm. !. II. Kaye and jno. T. Ilobeii its curative powers, that they offer Ono on Front and Oak streets, in tho.Wcst "The Bald Headed" didn't go off like hot will rnnnnrt th, hit.inM ui'uw mic iirm name 01 .!.. urday and Sunday. .; & Kaye V Hoben. Hundred Dollars for any caso that it end; tho largo bulltfing where tho post- kaye A Hobcn will collect all rutstandlng accounts und assume all liabilities Fino candies, cakes, nuts, etc., lowest cakes. "Pity is akin to love," hence the testimonfails to cure. Send for list of or said dissolved firm. office is now kept, (now the Jieyser wives will como to tho rescue. KayeAHoukn. Address, F. J. Cheney &, Co., House) which ho rebuilt from an old prices. W. B. Hardin. ials. Referlng to the above firm I cheerfully recom. Wasn't that an unkind stroke (in tho the firm of Kaye A Hoben to my friends. Mr. J. B. Buzby and W. W. Vessels Messenger's Tolodo, 0., OSrSold by Druggists, 7ocu frame ; tho handsomo nnd commodious last issuo) dealt tho ladles Joe L. Mattinolv. dwelling occupied by his son It. B. woro nt homo lost Sunday. who requested tho talanted Editor to PROGRAM. Tierce, on. lUghjstreot; tho largo store Thomas Rhodes went to Louisville to writo their obituaries? Ho tells them, L. Of the Public Meeting-- of the C. L. S. house of S L.Sulzer; tho largo tobacco dispose of u crop of tobacco, 'Tho good die young." Now, Mr. Edl-toC. Held in Hardinsburg on the Huston street, nnd other stemmery on Trof. Shacklett purchased 200 now prepare to reach tho ago of MethEvening of Decembor 18th 1893. houses of various kinds not now remem- chairs Inst Saturday for tho now college. uselah, CAESAR DAY. bered by tho writer. I hear, but very faintly, that thero It will pay you to vii.it W, B. Hardin 1 ''.iVlCItw I. Opening Ksrrcites, of tho Legislature lie Wlille rre,t M. Itshridfrc. procured anmember for n rallrood from before buying your Christmas goodsolso-wlier- really might bo in tho near future, cosj, Address oranv rn charter tumes ordered nnd toilets made in which of Childhood" from 3. Chorus "Memories TilHvilln throuch this section, called Opera of the Huguenots. Mycrlicer Our stock of candy will bo entirely ornngo blossoms and tulle veils will bo tho "Louisvillo, Cloverport & Western." 4. Illography of Julius Caesar Such an occurrence would now and fresh fo'r Christina?. W. B. accessories. It, Kukridgc Jce With such n man as Mr. Tierce this HAND CLOSE be a novelty, indeed, in this part of tho .MIisHva Hcnsley. 5. Vocal Solo merely Hardin. riot a railroad Vincent. meant actuality world. "A Clutter of Hoses" NOW. Mr. A. B. Skillman, of Cloverport, There is a time to buy-- It's OLOVERPORT, KY. on paper. Ho saw its possibilities, and (. Address Illinctalllim Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rawlings arrived Hrs. A. A. WUUama There Is a place to buy It's HERE. orilce wills Dr. J. T. Owen, Earn l'rof. It. 1. Shackled after Ills service in tho Legislature, with passed down on the train Thursday for Lynn, Itus? hero lost Friday from Los Angeles, Cal., Duet, violin and organ , KHd of IlrldRe. Even a little .money will do his usual untiring energy and indomita Jolly's Station. to remain with Judge Rawliuga' family Mr, Jetie H. and MIssKalle lUkrldgc 8rMll kinds of Dental work done and satisGood Mr. David Hardin and daughter, of wonders in purchasing Presents for your faction guaranteed. ble pcreovoranco, ho allied himself with "Loves Dreamland" 'till spring. Henry Rawlings has been friends from our others, and his labor finally eventuated Miss&uri, wero hero last week visiting in poor health for sometime nnd wo all Ilecitatlon Kentucky Hell Rev, ifr. WUUama Heartily d Mlai J.lllle Cooper in tho Louisvillo St. Louis & Texas Mrs. J. A. Witt. Fair Priced Stock of Beautiful hopo a sojourn witli his family nnd JJood's Sarsaparilla. Quartette . . "Soft Hosting on the air" 9- and Fordsvillo branch, today recogTho lost regular meeting of the mem- friends will rcstoro him. Wo are pleased to present this from HOLIDAY GOODS. 10. Cacaar1! puce among the great army nized bv its owners and all otheis asn bers of tho presont city council will bo Dr. Milton Hoard. of the world Tho Janson family, who have had Rev. A. A. Williams, of the Sillsbee Wo want you to como in nnd seo tho benefaction to tho held next Tuesday splendid property, a II, Music "Mlserve" from Verda'i opera night. BEST, wo want you to know how much Mating things lively in typhoid fever since July, nro very poor., street Christian Church, Lynn, Mass, : " I seo no reason why a clergyman, more than lit Tioratorc. country through which it posses. County Court day next Monday, The aim needy. Thoy are in a house on Mr. a layman, who knows hereof h speaks, thero is of it nnd how CHEAP it is at the Dismissal, k very reasonable prices wo ask. Wero that railroad tho only You'll And out the -" Democratic County Commltteo has been Georgo Dowdon's farm nnd anything in should hesltato to approve an It would be enough to called of Mr. Tierce, Presents for Everybody. TO FARMERS.reason when you come, and lino of clothes, bedclothes or provisthe to meet on that day. Artlolo of Merit invoko tho No one is so old, no ono is so young I am now ready and prepared to prize crown him with honor and of us can and Mr. Winebrinnor, tho tobacco buyer ions will bo acceptable, A great deal been worth, from which ho or his family hare but what fitting and appropriate gifts in if you've any curisoty on people. Who signally bonoUtcd, and whose commendatobacco for fanners. Bring your tobacco gratitude of tho servo to those benefits to and tho of our town, is a hustler. Ho has already has been dono for them, but a long, cold tion may Increasing extendconfidence. My wife abundance for them can be found in our Jine, it will pay you others by their to mo and I will prizo nnd ship it nnd estimato tho anxiety suffered to; come winter is beforo them. splendid display of has for many years boen a sufferer from severe tho man to consu-mat- e bought 70,000 pounds of fine hurley. guarantee satisfaction in every Instnnco labor performed by I heard an excellent discourso last Popular and Pleating Christmas Presents. at once, I havo tho Improved Dehornor for deNorvous Headache his hopes? Ho quailed beforo no I havo dry hogsheads and competent nnd 10 o'clock from Father Hor-butThe virtuo in values, the beauty in for which sho found littlo help. Bho has tried horning cattle and nm ready for work at Sunday nt Our stock can't be matched many things Uiat promUcd well but perto handlo it. My chargo difficulty, yielded to no discouragement, experienced men n goods and tho power in low Ho spoko very feelingly and gaye ridlculo, .and 10c. porliead. little. Last fall a friend 0.0. Ahl. n lucid conception of advent and how it formed Hood's Sarsaparilla. It gave her a bot- jiriccs make our store tho best place to in Cloverport. for prizing and delivering to depot is submitted to all kinds of of seems surpristle ing what simply one bottlo could and did do moved onward till success, boyond oven Tnrtles, who havo crops of fino Burloy should bo observed to enjoy Christmas. StCOporhhd. Givo mo a trial. for her, The attacks of headache decreased In do vour Uin&tmas stiopplng. tobacco for sale, will do well to sco Mr. Ho will preach hereafter on the second own most sanguine expectation, his number and wero less violent In their IntenD. G. P. Cakteii, , sity, wlills her general health has been ImN. his labors. Winebrinnor, the tobacco buyer of our nnd fourth Sabbaths besides filling apGross & Miller Warehpuso, E. C. llabbagc, Manager. proved. Iter appetite has aUo been better. pointments on week days. I then listenour experience with How largo tho benefits that tho people town. Cloverport, Ky. ed to a sermon by Bro. Jlngan along tho i"roa along thlsratlroad enjoy I It matteis I08T S0Q. samo channel of thought Expecting a All parties indebted to us will t1enn xr ro vn n.i cir a anr.n freezes and dries come forward and sottlo as wo Bro. 1 lagan always preaches a littlo now'thai I have no hesitation In endorsing lu cacrli. I,ns Math, a pointer with white and lemnn you are nil vom out. really good for nothing wish to' Doliveror. Or A. A. Williams. spots at Webster, Ky any one khowujt bis Coughs, Celdi. CrsHjt, Hearso-- " soulful sermon. A very largo congregaup, the people em travel and ship ovory ,. It reneral ilclillitjr. Trr ..., whereabouts will receive five dollars $c reward ...v,.,.... i'u tan I tion, and tho choir rendered some good Murnnm. jinuyou, ndmos good apjitilU). Bold day in tho year. Towns hnvo sprung wind tin nil our nnrlnnnililn Knulm.cu wn'h HOOD'S PlLLS ' tl but family eatUrtU, by returning to owner. J M. HKIt.VOON, giro t Ivwlll euro music. into existonco where formerly tho corn- - Witt & Meador. (nil oui effKtlv. .Try a box. File Ha IrslnRton, Ky, incdiciuo. dealers lu Breckenridge News. Jr riln stalk grew. Business nnd shipping points arc almost at every man's door. .Sleepy villages now give forth tho busy hum of citv lifo Ho occupied his station in the grand achievement, which polmbly no other man could have filled, nnd without which it never would have been accomplished. Do we rightly and sutllcli'iitly appreciate the man and his work? Ho has filled his spaco in his genera-tioHo has surpassed tho most of his fellows in tho achievement of lifo. He has been useful and beneficial In his fellow men. Cloverport especially owes him n largo debt. Look about us, and tho reason why is as apnarent ns tho noon-da- y sun." n. nn r ii n ii"i Miii out-Ilncc- d. h h L Wm. Vest & Sons, . ! ir i, .m. . PIERCE. It L ' SIX. PAGES. t 4 ' well-know- n Good to Eat r IN ASHES. Call and See US This Week. IT warm-hearte- d ol HAWLEY'S tittle Cyclone Clotkes Walker ; ' g slow-goin- g first-clas- THE PRICE THIS WASHER IS $3.00 P. S. BELL, Agent, JSreckcnridge Cloverport, Ky. ' r, Dr. J. Moorman, e. IT IS GHRISTMAS'b Ite'sident at err auotupr Dentist For the of Others rail-roa- En-dor- s;a We Are Un-derao- ar. life-wor- HP that s!L h. well-chose- F. D'HUY. Jno. Babbage, Hood's Sarsaparilla the-Ohi- 1 ,- - la all I Certain CsHgh Cure." o tpiiiiiiiiipiiipiMr''1111'111 wh'ht', "t-- t r 'T--U-&- . tmm Jusa jesmGkaMMiOQfe tiaw, GJLbv&kjpotws av. SAMUEL L. SULZER, y SAMUEL I.. SULZER, - lHAi.Uli 1 iiipi ( ChritmasGoods Olo v,cr portEy ' mm 11 I f w THE v 1 General Dealer Cloverport, Ky. SUPER'S H,! :V? illllWWWl ?! MERRY And we are ready to help in the good work of SEASON ii ! )H Making Others Happy! ? .' A SEE v. ! Who are now to be "REMEMBERED How shall we "REMEMBER" THEM? rl t I ' ;:vwsva,rr' Of course we U.i' lu'iM-- .1 M mustxmakLITTLE ' - !W ONES happy, for in so doing we ourselves rejoice. 0 t3 U III C It's their DAY' Surely. 1 iJUllUVIV tlllllg 1UI X1JUJJ X1U U11C? lO JLUlgUUUCUi FOR) THE China Dolls, xvuuuei ajvuo, $$&!: 4 FOR THE GIRLS: ). ill It i H FOR : THE BOYS: Kubber Rings, xvuttieia, ' " Bisque Dolls, ?' Wax Dolls, Bow-Wo- w, Building JBlbcks, fl "' , ll Banks, Wagons. Tabby, Jocko, Kitten ! Oh f there's a Jolly lot of Toj s for Baby. Novels, Picture Books, Doll Dish 2s, Gaines, Muffs, Mufflers, Cloaks, Dress Goods, , i jmvi , mh'-k- itii m '. f 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. I II French' an'me-lllidt- f .',-- Confections, J Nuts-- , Grapes, Fruits and Goodies in Great Assortment. Table Delicacies and f ' V Wi 'jiW whni GOOFTHINGS to make the Christmas Cheer seem all the MERRIER. . "Peace on Earthy Good will toward, Men And as says Ting, Tim, so say we: 1 God Bl&s't, For Yonng Ladies,. Parlor Lamps, ;, Ev1 n&' C TTUTHQ w L rflH CLoHHHk aHHBk JHHL 4HMHMH NWJi For YoungMiBn, ' Razors, 6( course you shave, ,l(. 4 For Dear Mother, ' f Roger's For Father, Watches, Chains and Charm", Shaving Sets, Tobacco and Pipes, " " For Grand Pa, He likes his Pipe. We have a very nice assortment Anil Loving Grand, Ma, pretty Mush and, Milk Set would delight her, or a Nico Picture, neatly framed. Then there , are Veils, A Breast-Pin- s, '' ' ' r' , Silyenso) Cut Glass Perfume .Bottles,. Collar and Cuff Boxes', JA ' Dinner Sets, mpkfns, Mirrors, for,maidenlyrefiections, Pictures, works of Art, Bisquo?Figurcs, ! " ff I ' Gimsjand Hunter's .outfit JT Cigars, Pipes, t1 j :. v ' - , .Curtain8)vTrbnkB,' of them. - , : ChinAwaretof.alirkjlfds, - , Lanterns, Canes, Blacking Sets, .1 - .. , He needs Spectacles and so wo r '". ,,.-,- - " "-- - BrlcaiBrac;, Nut Picks,'! Japanese Ware, '' , v ' jo !(- - ., .t;fj j n Smolcers'Sets, MM ;. 'J .,vJewolry,( X Mi. Wi 00 l:;,'.? H Cutleryjforrable und' Kitchen, v, it- .',',, kcop thorn. and many V "MVork'.BasketB;1. ShaW,and,press;iG,6ods, t 'M ir.R .11. 't (.1.1 )iKl.f ."A Cloth Wringers, Sad Irons, . Kight Robes, Neckyeaf, Furnishings, Gloves,' ,i , ")( wuuiii . apruciaio. .- other things Dresses, Slippors, she '. !' ; '' Ku,."1 "lrT "Ska'tos1' ; 1,1 His throat should.be protected , .with one, of our Mufflers, Ovcrcpatgj Useful Articles for irFrtWWjrfY r : il . ': l v ;T . All Household Furnishings. t.i.'i .".' Home and Street, ..3 - J and ho would thank, you for ono of our Canes;, , !u'. .to iiiwo ' k AMwhn we gather Mr ti ' kl b abfeutthe, ' 1W uK'" " c . Bbrd and Render Thanks to Him who gave us Christmas 'k Hi If 1'J.yr1 11,' :: - n not :rr r r1 thjBt.Familyis Omitted from the List, and when the Little Ones come . .if ,. ' fi- - W. x t bounding in and asks .w. - : 'i, ,1 '1 ;"' . i .ta efW "''W, "i ' I f 1N IHNj " , , BHHMH 7- ' fi. IU T -- You can zpgy): v'jl gotyour Happiness I "J Oould thoro bo a Better Gift ? t Ooultt Bi&ce tbiBuyilyfi our OnifstnwS iI V .M .aillMlllMLBii ii AllTUncinTliin n nnrl riii i riTAH' J iiMJ y b 1MIJ is bii.v Jrt'JdH hflfi M; Can be found, to make this Christmaxni;nxilifitif1a3ll2 'UV.ilTiCfjb ifcjrffP. xini'M (1 fl IHM 111 ACl Jjj IsJUVl T; jfl M iasqnable natuf . vi . ,,j. Ji JL JtVw AAV. vv ML VhLJ, i l;iA I'U U Jt,.t.L L'l UJ v f' ' ... i'.'; Jii; .DfaivV lrn -- S i , v 0 V , 0 "I H rt4tM0W9QPfi p5"j5TS3555B"B"BMsWM W'n ' '"" IB,H,IIM""nHMHnKinEBSa!EaHnBHHHDBHHBipBl NEXjVsr.S, , 4 Breckenridge News. TJHE BRjGENRIDGp, jlo.n go . OIOrRPp KLX,; ,KY. JL&JUUUUiUL question of dividend is problematical, Tbotbcet.inetHcal1autipritly3flBay tlii somejtjuie.all ovetJthtj, Unjtedtate la to take a have the same rights and privileges andWtlfo'oplnion'of "tliosTf most 'comproper tray to treat catarrh constitutional remedy like IIorxlVSar-saparillgranted to,tlicm as that. accorded tq,the, petent to judge, will not exceed 10 per . s "I c? ? lords of creation. In proof of this posi- cent. ,. i f w Thd'report is crowded witllntt-rrstlnSSt 1 .,,,,-T tion -. we can do no bettor than to refer to tho changes that have taken place in lacta The receipts averaged 589,501.62 A. B. .'10. Tho public sentiment during tho past twenty-liv- e each day, and expenses Fair cleared 10,000,000. During Sep years. A quarter of n century ago it A SKETCH JOF HIS VALUABLE was a rare thing that a woman was to be tember there were C,02o 'people on the ' PUBLIOCAEEER. ' found in the schools'of the ptato of Ken- pay rollr of jthe Exposition proper, 1 F, tucky as a teacher, now' uipro than half Machinery Hall and power plant cosl the schools are taught by .these people. more to build and run? than any other A Leader of the House of Bepresenta-tives.Women aro now engaged in stores, in department or feature of tho Fair. The HistOpinioa Is Asked ., offices, in banks and in nearly alltlio total for this portion of tho Fair was Some of the other leading items different trades and professions of life On Every Important They are found in the pulpit preaching were as follows: Subject. The Electrical Bnildli'g, plant, nppll-unii'Christlon lost world, they are at thebar ;, engineering and operation, pleading for their clients, they are" tfrac- ki'M-iickvm)ti:i .son. MaWactur, s- Building, die iicing meilicino nnd healing Hie sicklin 0:i; Police protection, Columbian tacTthero is scarcely a profession at pre- Guards,, etc, $1730I,478 7i; general exThe SouCem 'SUMoiitlily'Maft-- " HUlIt Willi IS llUt (JIIIOTI UVllfl 'UVHluy, penses, salaries, ' qtc , $1,21)4,5 0LV railintelligdncc? JsW J8 zinc,' of Baltimore, Mil., in Riving a her wit and her way transportation, $1,247,101 48; water has now by tho lawsof the state, eligible to and sewerage, $1,12.2,770.44. sketch of noted Southern statesmen After these at least one county office and several of this to say of our own honorable "reprethese places are tilled by her; while the million figures the other departments exsentative: lastlegislature.conferred uponjiqr, prop pended generally less than $500,000, "Alexander-IJfontgorneryrepresen"though $O00,'0 17.59 was 'expended, from tative of the fourth district of Kentucky, erty rights before unheard of in tlio Com- which on account of concerts $04,020.10 monwealth of Kentucky. One thing, if is one of the silent leaders of tlio House, was realized. Fire protection cost seldom sneaking onilio floor, neer aU no more, musthe said of her and in her 'and firowvrlts $155,7,00.75. One Jtavof.t 'ShoDs'honestJirJ, her dealifigsl lowing an intdrnewV'notie'st, unostentn-tiouyetleast'expeiisiVe Ah a cashier she has never been known of the'most attract! v6 yet impressing his personality on features of the Fair was the Convent of to run off with the money or to appro every bit of legislation coming before La Itabida, which cost, building, instalCongress. He has many of the charac- priate tho earnings of her employer to lation, iand incidental expenses, is teristics of Gorman, villi tho intrepidity unlaw ful purposes. As a teacher sho iTlio tloWrs' fees or tht5 hospital of the Speaker, one of whoso closest gentler and more painstaking than her sen ice, from the time it was inaugurated atbrother. As a clerk, more polite and friends he is. cost on nil accounts only $H,!)S3.0:i. The tentive tojier duties than her innle ronij. It was when Mr, Crisp was iiiukitig his comfort of tlrcpiibllcr'br '"Public Coin-fort- " fight for the chair that Montgomery first panion, and in business generally a betBuilding, repairs and expenses of ter salesman and a moro correct account-abttiia- n becamo an important factor in tlieji poli conducting, footed up to $150,104.2:1, and he of the sterner sex. AVbmen tics of the House. Standing Out againstH the Woman's Building entailed on all the convictions of his Stato and his own have proven themselves everywhere nnd accounts an outlay of 141,0.12.55. Cinconstituency, lie was one of tho first men on nil occasions, where opportunity has cinnati Tribune. front his section of the country to declare offered, to he equal to almost any emerfor tho Georgian. With great odds gency that may arise. Queen Vjctoria, , Among tho incidents of childhood that against him he soon had the majority of although a woman, has proten herself to stand out In bold relief, as our memory his own delegation in lino and vorking be tho mos(t,popu)ar sovereign that ever reverts to tho das whon wo were young, in his silent way, becamo one of the sat upon 'the Brilisii throne. Hetty none aro moio prominent than severe Green as n railroad financier, is the equal sickness. Tho young mother ivit'ly remost important factors hi tlio race.' In recognition of his ability and ser- ofn Yanderbilt, Francis Willard as a members that it was Chamberlains Cough vices ho as gi von' a1 chairmanship and temperance lcturer,is tho equal of the Remtitly ctfred her of croup, aud in turn placed high on the Committee ou Ways peerless Bain, while Mary Anderson, administers it to her ow n offspring nnd and Means. It is here that his best work our own Kentucky girl, made a always with the best results. For sale by with that A. K. has been done. He is peculiarly conFisher, Clov6rport, and Witt & servative, never allowing sectional or of Booth or'Seflurson. So it is witli all Meador, Hardinsburg. personal prejudices to mar his judgment the trades orjirofessions where women have entered, and so it will continue to The Globe Democrat Free. or warp his vision. 1j indicative bo for all timo to come. Any readerof this paptrcan g t Tho St. His physical appearance We do not pose as an ndvocato of Louis of his inner self. Tall as tho proverbial free. Bead the offer, on another page, and take advanarrow, straight as thcconvcntional ram- "women's rights" or "woinen'ssuffrage." Whilo wo may oven oppose their further tage of It nt one'e. Tho Weekly Globe rod, ho passes through tho halls of Congress a conspicious figure. He looks the supposed encroachments upon the rights Democrat is now issued in Semi weekly picture of the farmer and the judge, a of man, yet that is no reason why wo sections, eight pages each Tuesday and, mingling of tho rustic and tho judiciary. should not believe that it is only a, ques- Friday, sixteen pages every week,mnk-in- g il practically '11 Scnn Weekly paper "What does Montgomery think?" is a tion of time until she will have every common question to bo heard about the right under tho law that is accorded or yet tho price remains only one dollar a floor, and as often his advice is sought guaranteed to her brother. Sho is tho year In politics, it is strictly Itcpup1!-can- , and as often taken. lie baa that pecu-la- r queen and all that sho has to do is to but itgivesall tho news, and is absofaculty of differing with men without command atfd her subjects obiy. She lutely indispensable to the farmer, merwounding their egotjom, Ho noer will sometime make a demand for suf- chant, or professional man who has not voluntarily odere advice, and'when it is frage, and w hen shodoeT, then weilli tlio tlmo'to read alanroliaily paneriJand . , unftBr- - irr. asked gives it straight without fear of all with one arconujuccctle.to her request iV uiBirvB in fnuup liruimmy iiiuruuguiy jrci w;hctlicr wo want to' or, not. -- Madison- posted. Sample Cophs will be sent consequences. jg, freo on application to Globe Printing lie is a Kentuckian with all 'the local vllle Hustler. , pride which seems .inherent in tho naSt. Louis,Mo. i T Tjf tives of the BluoGrass State. Ho is a A Qood Thinp; to Keep at Hand. good churchmalflja good horseman and' Hicks' December Forecasts. SSjO'" 'hc Try (Kansas) Chief. ,( Somtffirears ago wejiwero Very, much pohubfiBourb understands 'bolun LuDecember cothe'ri in on the central day fitilitprr. in fuwAroKnnllflnf ptintpmtnnrliiiR whiskoy. He sionniperiod. Iteinlftwithin tJ i6f a regular m ,' afemrnf Vj Hardin county iixtmfvihcto liofias anu now wncn we leei any 01yf,vw symp- two days, and next following the center 1110 always resided. Ho was given a collegi- toms that usually proceed that ailment, of a Venus equinox on November L'Oth, ate education at Georgetown College, such as sickness at the stomach, diarrhoea1 no are to expect very active disturbKentucky, graduating 'n 18o'J. In 1801 etc., wo become scary. We have found ances, between the first and tho fourth he graduated from the Louisville law Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dia- It will grow very warm as the storm conschool, but returned to his farm and liv- rrhea Uemedy the very thing to straightditions de elope and moe eastward. ed the life of a planter. In 1870 ho was en ono out in such cases, and always kept The barometer will fall to low readings called from the sicklo to tho bench and It about. We aro not writing tills for a in westerly reglonB in tho beginning of served as county judge until 1874. He pay testimonial, but to let our readers the period, followed by storms of rain, served in the Stato Senato from 1877 to know w hat is a good thing to keep handy with lightning and thunder to the south, 1881, and by an overwhelming vot6 was in tho house. For salo by A. It, Fisher, itnd turning to snow in central and sent to the Fiftieth Congress; since there Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, nortlierlysections. Heavy easterly gales he has been returned each time, without from the Atlantic will blow into tlio low s 'rious opposition." areaaB it athances from tho west. A Cost of The World's Fair. sudden and severe cold wave will rush William K. Ackennau, Auditor of the In Liver and Kidney Cure. behind tho stormB, and by tho cud of Parks'Sure Cure is the only guaranteed World's Fair, submits some very Inter- tlio period say tlio 4th to the 0th tlio remedy. Its action is quick and positivo esting figures in his last report, which whole country will feel a touch of tlio covers everything up to and including wintry Will stop that back-ach- e nnd sick-hea- d o blast. It will bo prudent to Tho condensed A positivo specific for nllMiseases-o- f November 12, 18JI3. ache. against 'possible blizzards northwoman. Why suffer when 1t will balauco sheet which follows gives a clear ward, during tho storms of this period. idea of the magnitude of tho Chicago cure you ? A. It. Fisher druggist. About tlio 7th and 8th, tho cold will undertaking. This balanco sheet shows: storm developConstruction expenditures . ?i8jjj,6j3 56 moderate, and another Woman's Suffrage. General nnd operating expenses 7,17 2403 ment will appear in tho west and move As "coming events cast their shadows Preliminary organization . ll to tlio cast. The center of this 00,674 ( before" we aro frequently enabled there- Assets $jS,;i 01 , hinge on tho 8th, or within 10 ' 87Ajih . by to predict witli certainty, what may Liabilities t . hours of tlio time of the now' moon. bo or shall bo tho futuro of our stato or Heavy gales, especially on lakes and county. Jt took no prophet, twenty-fiv- o seas,wltti mucli tendency to soutliern years before tho Declaration of Indecyclopes and northern 'blitzards, will bo pendence, to foretell the strugglo that Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. natural und probable. Great cold is alwould evidently ensue between the old most suro to follow. and the now world. It did not require About the 12th westerly regions will tho vision of a seer a half a century ago, When Baby was ilck, wo cave her Castorla. have changed to warmer, winds in eastto well know that tho United States as a When tho was a Child, she cried for Castorla, ern parts will chango to easterly nnd government would not long stand with When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla, southerly, and renewed storms of rain part for nnd part against African slavery. When sbehad Children, sho gave them Cast orl. 'and snow will advance across tlio conn- - Neither does it require that ono of the old prophets shall rise from tho dead -- or 1 Tiiat n noVqno1 'sh'oTrtak'o'h'la plncc 'to foresee that another great revolution will Talk About It. soon be upon our peoplo and that before I sbmil a lifetime, mi' Ulk ' much o' tho passing of many decad(H,,a iliungo ! joy, j w ill ho wrought in our citizenship Tha Thtraln'l no Ijivc that's cvcrllkc a mntlirfi now revolution will not he one of (bloodl for'htr ticpt no lives will ho lost in tho strtlgglofit Aln'tnbltlo' mkttrr what the boy iniy iln Mother?! love, like sunshine, comet lrcmln' to ho ono wrought by tho change In tho throifch the Mile! , iV j minds hnd sentiment nf the peoplo of n I L j ' Talk about .1 lifetime, an1 talk n1 much o lov. great country. Thertaln'l no line tint ever like n mother Whether we, the sterner bc,x, nriprovo. lor her Imvl i A ofit or not, whether It shall bo for the Aln'tiijilt o' alter, whatever he may tin! Mother?! love I U. constant, mother' lov U bettering or jnnklng worse ojir institutions is not a question that w.e shall disPIIANK I STANTON, cuss at present but one thing is certain, and that thing is tills, that women will Net assets . Oste receipt! V? ' T Collection' ret elt . MlKcllancuui ucelpu vDN'fT)ioEiol!?v i on t'.Ul7 JJ(AMi 6So.o;a 13 'tk Inleict f Simivli lr coin! nml iircinliim JvjSi w S.t k ,j' Softer deductl ng.obligations nlreadyln- . . i K 1, curreu snnu puuu, 1110 asse is suown, 1- mm r; I jj wmj MMtt' 5,000 m a? ItiTiountingjlo $2,010,0:50 IK), w ill bo!re- . IIIK'tHl nilOIIL Sllll.lHKI. illilq Ionian.. " n- S r .., ft 800,000 from which tlio stockholder' dividends will be paid. Expenses continue, and will continue for Botnit time. As there is no additional income the f a. 7- g Hon. Montgomery 'Oj l AT w s, $1,011-M"!W- s p $208,-254.1- 8, try from west to east during the 12th to IClh. The storms will not dear the conmmniwwiiiHHiiHiiwiwi tinent until after tho moon's Art quarA ter on the USIh, hut colder, dealing REMEMBER lYKfltMRAimt; thn CUKK most nnd Invito cnrnlul ItivcstlRntlInn i tnniir. rnHiwinallitl will dominate the north an I weathtr lty anaihotnorJtsof ourlubk-tfltuslloiig be fore It Is felt nlnng the At lanticj, The"weajher train" at this nnd 'all other periods w'ill paw nil Muttons Terfcctly linrnt Tiucmpieiiyurnrnyinouc8ir6rorTUliAOCOhifrom'3to5ilaya. from ,west to last on alum! whtilu'u lenat CAimaiidAlrKiirfm. anil mn v tMirltrnn itniMitiarun nrMirnniMrtiUrut .i.n immi. fUgo of the patient, who will voluntarily Mop smoking or clivwlng In n, row daya. time, but loriim will not ho pruMtlllng . witb. JWrf MnRPHIfffi WiflTT ? iH NRKMNJ-Snil the." uny at the 's.ime time 111 ither juiiujiuuiuiuuu uuu uiuiii xiiiixi uauii outwiyenort on mo part or mo paucnt. Dy 1110 uao or our SPECIAL. FORMULA QQLO CVUB TABLI3TS 'will the cold. All H'ctions will g t A FEW DurlnKtirAtmnntrmMcnfonronHowrxl tbo frro nse 01 Liquor or Mor "their potllon In dtie scasoiil1' The ei'ii-to- r phliin until such tfino an they shall voluntarily Klve them up. iiuiuiiu imriiuiiiursiimiimmpiiuir Di irHiinoniam irxo,Biiu snail nf" reactionary disturbances in xt Testimonials whiwu iu iiiii-- Buiiurvrairuin miy 01 1111310 iiauiis Hon with persons who liavo boon cured by tho uao of in comniuniea1 after this period will be on nnd touching our Tablets. from persons s , HILL'S TABLETS aro for salo by all the 18th and 10th, about which dates it porjmcKBgo. unisKMiHUb TOUr(lruirirlAtilrH.fl not knon thnm. nnolnnnna 41 oo who havo boon will turn wanner and renewed storms of nnu wo win sciiu you, uy return tuaii a pacicniio 01 our rain aud snow will result In many plnct s cured by tho use of Tablets. Wrlto your nnmo nnd address plainly, nnd stato Is near thucuutcr of our winter solThis whether Tablets nro Morphluo or .iijuur jiauii. stice, and stormy, unsettled weather DO NOT BU'DBCHVEO IntorBrBbftslHfr' must be Iookeclforigenerally,overriin-nln- g any of thoTarl-oausslrwna ttwt nr VtiR The Ohio Chemical-Co.-: oaeroa for ln: '"lAmt'tor Ubau Sint I havo been ualnir tour the tisuah limits of 'the regular pennu tasienooiuor. cure for tobacco habit, nnd found It would j.i.j3iJzijlb only by N riods, antl intensifying the'phonomcim do what vou.. claim..fur it. I url ten cents Manufactured -i4Bt iiiuniiuiiKc.iiviivnj ik -, nuriu ui .!.. 'iland Irom one to flvo clears: or I luuiutunuun during the, period. would emoko tnn to lortv nines or touiicco. iino ciicwea from Tho storm period'beginning about tho, nnd smoked for twenty flvo Years, and two Imcknccs 22d nnd reacning'no the 20th, promise OHIO CHEMICALCO.) Of your Tablets cured mo so 1 hi.vo uodcslrr for It. fi .- - f livinim taiin MAlU. .. MW..V, itt.ii P many winter s'orm?, and many seetiohs A i Jtl.. tDiv ft a oo upera uiock. oj Dodbs FEUiir, N. Y. .1 will have their supplies"; of "Christmas l Tns Onio Chemical Co.: Genti men : Somo time ago I sent LMIA, OHIO.. nor Ti.w worth or your trijicjs iiuuit. A.recoivoa snow" greatTyjKrt plenlshed during tht; them all rieut and. although 1 van both a htvy smokerand cliewer, ' FAIlTICULklM. . !: they did the work In less than tnreo fin vs. I nm cured. progress of these storms Tlie full moon Truly yours, MATlItW JOHNSON, 1'. O. Box 13. is on the 22nd and will hasten the crhts Pirronnnnn. TA. FREE. TBKOHio'CHiuicALCo.! Okittlemew-irfves'm'o Dleasuro to ttDealc a early'in the period. ' ThoArctlc wave word of nralso for vour Tnblets. Mv son was stronidv addicted to thu use of following the storms will hnc brought llo.uor.nnd throuirh a friend. 1 was led to trr your Tnblets. Ho was n heavy nnd conatant drinker, but ufter using your Tablets but three dnya bo quit drinking, very cold weather to much nf tho counnnd will ..not -touch llnuorof anv kind. 1 havo waited four mouth before wrltluK yuo; ih uruw vo .kbow tuu cure wus -jK'niiuncai. Yours trulv. try by tho night of the 20th. Tho fquli J11W. HELEN MORIUSON, ! t i i ' : Mercury is ct ntral with tho'full npxof CINCINNATI, OHIO. .. . k amlracloinmvcasi onto cnBtiiCALCot-acNTLGHYour Tablets navorji iri thx nfocni oitho'2.M,vwtilch fact Is altrpst n " l hare unid murnhln6: bvnodennlcnllv. for soven vears. and havo been cured b tho use off! w. L. 1. guarantee that heavy sleet will ! a cluir-- J o packages of vour Tablets, and without any effort on ray part. I.J actenstic ft attire of the period. Mrn of fvudreBB all Orders to ' SP0NMBLE the w ires thk6 noiiec ( Prepare for Rreat NTSfcWft NIED r i Ol, S3 and 00 Opera Block. LIMA, OHIO. cold after the storms. About the 20th . (In writing pleaao mention this paper ) .10th will fall a retctlou to wnriucr and and the month is apt to close with re1 1 actionary storms well to the east, with rising barometer and colder, clearing Sirs. Day, the present Stato Librarian, weather in sight in tlio north and west. is a candidate for WE, LEAD THEM ALt, IN Word and Works. - blil Double Chloride of i,uu Flluvr-CLAs1 o, HILL'S Gold Tablets -- K HmVs J ttill's Tablets. 1 1 .- r --TIIVvJ .t. . ' I i i I' , f -- 1 -- MV z -- dni.n.4 i 1 Bii: I J. i S THE OHIO CHEMICAL, CO., 1 & IIII , C .0 s; twelve mllfon $ifflHffcoalwMll wceic lor too . For a lanio back or lor a pain in the side or chest, try saturating a piece of flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and binding it onto tho affected parts. This treatment will euro any ordinary case in one or two das. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism. 50 cent bottle for salo by A. It. Fisher, CIocrporl nnd Wift it Meador, Hnrdiiisburg. siaucu irpm ruiBuurg last lis, r,d!,'r.:, OtirMock h ,,. Teacher's Association. TheTiaehers fBociation of the Hud-wo- n Mngisteiial District will meet at Alexander Chapel near Uuras Saturday Dec. 2nd, 1803. It is tho duty of evory teacher in the district to bo present and take a part in the proceedings. All others aro coidially United to attend. Sidney Hall, nt. Vice-1'rcsi- Globe--Deiiioc- rat t to, 1 warSonEarujn) f g. pre-par- disturb-aucoAvi- Many new Christmas novelties will stare you in tho face w hen you visit our holiday di9blay and they will compel you to sayV'bow niuclrt'i IllakS VL Sulzer's. Mr. John A. Bishop, the popular dry goods merchant of Leitclifleld, was reThoNKwaisnow prepared to furnish cently elected major of that city. merchants with paper hagBjitliorvplain According to the Owensboro MessengUIDUUIUIU3 jmunuuv lUnl'Ok er there are only two Republicans left in GivousyouronUrs. office in'Colhrtor Powers' Histrict. " . IV Ucv. T. C. iKloImilVowTork, ('Mrs. Laura Morrison, wife of Rev. II. corn 'on H10 toe!su writes: n C.''Morrison, the Methodist thorn in"A flesh, tlio which C.C divino, died at Lexington last week. C Certain Corn Cure' most merI Fletcher Bennett A Co., ono of the cifully remove." oldest jewelry (inns in Louisville,- - madd an assignment for the b ncfit of creditors lastj week. Tlio. firm had been doing kl o .' business for Do you wear them? When next In need try pair. The late defunct firm of ,Hes, Hcnle & Rett In the world. " & Co., will pay their creditors about $5.00 1.00 J twenty live cents to tho dollar. 4.0D SSSSKI To 42.56 There ato a dozen prominent Demo: .1 43.50 would liko to sucFOR UOIEB cratic politicians that 2.50 ceed Congrcssinaii Fllis in the Second 42.00 district. Joe Noo and Polk Lafoon are I.7S- 42.25 roit BOYS among the number. $2.00 41.75 G. V. Porry, tho defeated Republican roit aVfTl lr ifssssssT. ssssssi candidate for Superintendent of Schools in Crittenden county, has filed notice of contest 011 his successful appnnent, Miss latest If yen want a fins DRESS SHOE, made In Mlua Wheeler, who had a majority of ttvlei, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, tht or $4.00 two votts, $5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom mads asd look and Tho members of the Hunting Club of wear u well. If you wish to economize In your footwear, do so by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes. Nam and Boyle county, went into the mountains price stamped on the bottom, look for It when yo buy. of Tennessee lust week and killed fifteen W. Im DOCQLAS, Brockton, Hassi SoIJ by Forjule by XV. 11. UoiVDier & Noll, deer. CloT-irporKy The stave mill of Ben Rol.o & Son at Llisubethtown was destroyed by fire last week. The loss will reach $15,000 with no insurance. The institution furnished employment to nbout thirty men dally. Samuel and Augelino Jeffries, aged respectively soenty-sl- x years, residing near Lawrenceburg, have reared nineteen children, seven pairs being twins. -- Kentucky News. The tobacco factories in this state dur ing tho year 1802 manufactured 44,130,-05- 8 cigars. Deputy Collector Waller P. Shaw, ol violating tlio revenue laws has been granted a now trial by Ju'dge I3arr, of the Fedearl .District Court. j Hon. William Preston Kimball, city attorney of Lexington, gives it out that lie will bo a candidate for Congress from tho Seventh District against W. CJ'. ' ' f ' Breckinridge. lower Ohio. Tim llstinl nnmlii r nf tnrlffivu-wor- n "slaughtered' bhlast Thanksgiving J)ay,j notwithstanding tho dull times. James 1'. Stone, candidato for clerk of tho next JCt'iitucky, LIojiau,oLJh,lirC8e.lla-tiu'H- , has no opposition. s "Therolire 8,011 applications on lllu for places in tlio roenue service undtr DisCollector Johnson in the trict. Martin J. Norton shot and killed Jas. II. Smith last Thursday night at a saloon In Louisville. Notion was drunk. Three hundred and fifty workmen in the Licking Iron and Steel Qoinpany's plant at Newport went out on a strike refusing to submit to a cut in wages. o Senator Dave Smith, of Hardin county, will 'opposo Hon. A. B. Montgomery for Congress in this distinct. ' ' Ex-Stat- a .'ViT-. STYLES imincnse. PRICES" IJiilies jou will miss it if you don't ?. r, s o ft 3DiK'ElSS DOMESTICS. Oinshatns Olngbain, best Drown Cot to J, full.vs.rd 5 i VW0"""1''"1''" C3-OOIDS See oar special sale in 0. $10.00 OVERCOATS, Beats All. ii j i. to 124. Prices ran go from Double to 18 00. Comforts 85o to $2.00. ' BLANKETS. i;;'".3o' i CLOTHING. 93c to' $5 00 ().'.5..$3.48 to $16.00 wide.....,.- "K. - 5 c , , Buys Overcoats Men'e'Overcos.'j., Men's Suits $8.48 worth,...., $10.00 11 do Men's Suits $7 00 worth One Lot Doe Skin Jesns Pants f r... ' One Lot Men's odd Coats Lias' r Xt than Cost. Youth Suits for $3.50 worth 5.00 Wo have tho latest Novelties In Home Spun, Double Breasted Children-Suit88c to..., 5.00 One Lol Men's Suits Melton Double Breasted for $10.00 worth?....;..'. 16.03 Tliere were flvo Jadies who wero successful candidates for County School Superintendents in this stato in tho recent ek ct ion. None of them ustd money or drank whiskviwlth tlnvvofors? r.jS XX U Come a jumping, Hop in a pair of our $1.24 BOOTS. -EXCELLS-AL- L Our great special 6hoe anil Boot-salwill continue until January 1st, at these unreasonable low prices. DON'T MISS IT. CASH BARGAIN STORE. Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY- - !(' - tliJll-SUI- It Is Always Wise... m.r: " ;5ft!, ML well-know- , W. L. DOUGLAS S3.SHOE-k- seventy-six-years- mt&i the Matter ofr Clothing iNow. in 'j I j jlo uuy wixn caution, espec any wiien buying (JloUung Shoes and Winter Underwear. It takes unwise head'' I to keep from being fooled thrse days. There's soVj imich shain among tho real. Buy where there is no j effort mado to deceive. If you ao' tin's we will havo i at least a share of your custom. , -- :. - - . r-- . rr.-Pi x ww M:...-- 3sl W ..U Wo sold ono man last week thice Overcoats for $5. rThfey wero not tho best." Wo'told'Yiirri' so. ! Ho was satisfied sp worij wo. Wo keep all gradestof Clothing, ' 'i good, hud, indifferent. We tell a customer just what ' ' he is getting allHhe time. ts When it Comes to Shoes We keep theso in all grades and prices We can suit you in sizes, shapes and prices. What wo claim ip, and wo have a right to claim it, that our 8l!fi0 Women's Shoes aro the best and cheapest on earth: Wo have sold enough of these Shoes to warrant ub in saying so. , ' t, What ..... B, We is tor want and Desire every reader of the JJheckeniudqe News, who can conveniently, to come into our store and go i8!?'01'-- ' Xican do this at any time you (v5u? like. It is not necessary for you to buy. Of course if you wunt to buy we should bo pleased to sell you ;yuuV,0P0 W fio so. iiut wo want you to come. rEr-sr-- SWAYNE'S OINTMENT ABSOLUTELY CUIlEa. P Ifrhln !ntne MrmtcMnc n1 tlnclHrt mMtsittilsftiti wr by if nllowed ( ontlnui lunnrn frm anil prvtrndr AIKIOM-MItur PLES irr. HTVA ITCHING PILES tjs;MBBg.Srw' I 9f VSrfl OITMKKi rrpn-at- A fcsUirwrivt lit r(oli HtiMtlrlbU. &jmmimmitmmnART)m8B uRG?Kwtmmm HOBBW, 6c m - TrHEV CAWE CwJL ! THEY No-prof- AW it sJ A& ' ! TTHEY ;When we began advertising our stupendous Panic Sale ;pf Superior pktMngstomejeo 4.tS8l-iL- ... TOtifnVraSfU; lflrKimnef oTrnvfUIUVlllUUVJOc nf cimi'lot lrii1Mo11 Jl tt nArn waaI JJLU WUUAi va W41M141V1 AJ.UU AHXVI1UUOU UUVU1 t'cnmonf CiX JJUU JIJU VCOll CfvLJLUll llLLEt 13UUV1UUCU LI1CII1 lillrl.ti Jlllf S H 1C v , ., tSi'!jMHI:0'I jmL i, woor' and several yards wide, and bargains as plentiful as bees in August. The slaughter continues this week. T 'pri Remember, everything goes without profit. . u r t svJJUj-MTT- r IBM TTTC1 TAfTHTlTIDTl 0 Df Tl'iTM M O Vi ?Bni n if.' ' V 'afej.J'fiAt mtnmBH k -- I CliXXV. iT;aSkiW t; J ft 1 - tmt m. . . , TjZ. ft fTS- i 1 t w ft v . . 1 - . ,i juiiiud vviiuin a r"; nf n.. uu., uor. ml'1 MMm. kQUKMie, inira r v r v v 4 ' w ' re " w a a zv k 11 r,l v n w u t w . -- B JLjL -- sTm ri.. - - i , zi. fts f wV. l " i 1IPHMW13WI1PIMP1P I 1,11)111 III WHII LIMH feA Ja ' j. THE. BRROKENRIDGE NEWS, OLOYERPORT, KY. Walnuts hits of them Sulzer's. 1 you seo those shoes at Sulzer's? l I & Buy a peck ol popcorn for tho holidays Sulzer's. The Latest tho eandiio for Christmas OLOVERPORT, KY. You can flud al. kinds of boots and nt Hehlcl it Ca'o. fchucH at Sulzer's. JKirEbliiiMtes furnmlid on uilk'.itl Dod't waste your time tramping over Buy your sister a pretty wl of some the city for it Sulzer's have It. kindat Sulzer's. Iteldel t Co. will receive their ChristIaxo your orders for Christ mas cakes mas candlis and hulls in a few days. at the City Bakery. AT LAW, Atty. Morris Eskridgc, of Hardlnsburg, Geo. W. Jordan is suffering from n Room 47 Trust Building, was here Inst Friday attending tho city slight attack of rheumatism. court. If for thoso days of morry-mnkin- g LOUISVILLE, KY. and opening wide 'J ho river is at a gooib boating stnc I'rico silver spoons, you will bo now, though it is falling slowly. the1 hearts of your dear friends, something solid, surprised how cheap thry can be bought A suggestion for Christinas, in fact n at D'Huy's. worth your money and everlasting in the heart of whole lot of then? at Sulzer's. A cut Iron stomach would gtt hunIt will pay you to buy a bottle of that the receiver. Don't fail to viow with scrutiny, the HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. gry to see our grocery department disSeal Oil Shoe Dressing at Sulzer's. Uk-AI- I huslneaa cntriintcd to my hand clven play Sulzer's. immense stock of Silverware, of Musical Goods, of prompt nil c.irclul intention. Noti'S nnil John Whero did you get that candy? collected unci prompt ritunia made. Semi Dp you waut mo. I am a ladies butixc your Imslnisi. At tho City Bakery of course Clocks, Spectacles, Jewelry ot all kindB, and ton shoe to seo mo is to llko mo I am Jim If you want to get tho worth of your over at Su'zer's. THE BEST TYPE WRITER. Watches that can't be beat. money get n p.tlr of shoes at Sulzer's. Sing a song of sixpence, pocket full of Deeds, Mortgages and all legal InstruDon't forget us for repairs as well as the place. Mrs. S. D. Lloyd, of Columbus. Ohio. ments drawn and copying dono In the rye four and twenty people baking cur- is visiting her sister, Mis. F. II. Sawyer. rant pies. Sulzer's. best ttylo. Miss. Mattie Baker, of Owcnsboro, atI was lean I felt mean went to Sul-7- . V. G. Bnbbugc, Att'y, jr'- s- bought my groceries and then got tended tho Head Smlthcrs wedding. IIaiimnsuuwi, Ky. Babbago has the best assortment of fat how do you like that? Our opening day has arrived and wo books ever shown for Xmas. presents. News. Gus Brown is being strongly solicited arc ready to show you a nico line of holi to becomo a candidate for county attorday goods. D'Huy's is tho place. Retail Jewelers. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1893. Several wagons loaded, with movers ney. Misses Lnfiu Lalleist and Jennie War-fiel- d liavo passed through this city lately en- HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY. went to Saturday shoprouto from Nelson to Daviess county. LOCAL BREVITIES. ping. Miss Ray Dyer, who has been on quite "Cump" Henderson's friends are urg an sxtended visit at her cousins in Phil-po- t, Eating apples Stibcr's. ing him to make the race for county returned homo last Monday evening. , You want it? We've got it Sulcr's. Mr. A. M. McCiackcn was hero Sunclerk. A Don't know what to select? council a The originates of fancy groceries Gid Miller, of Hardinsburg, was in tho day to attend tho funeral of Mr. Pierce. lttlo with our clerks, they know our city last Friday doing somo Santa Claus Mr. Levi Wincholl and his son, ConSulzer's. Hev. Greenwade Tells the Sinners of Christmas stock and can help you Sul trading. rad, who is in from Mowcqua, 111., went prices at Knight's picture galHoliday Cloverport Just What Thoy Are zsr's. to Kirk Monday. fir. J T. Claycomb, tho popular insulery Cloverport, In Plain English. ! Buy jour dolls now while your have rance agent, of Lodlburg, was in the city Tako your children over and sec the Misses Tisim and Elizabeth Hall have It's picking choico from the largest and best last Friday. steam locomotives at Sulzer's. returned from Webster. INTERESTING SERMONS. solection ever brought to this city. Our 'decorators greatest effort seo it drawing a big crowd. ' Bring your letters and drop them in Babbage. Mrs. D. It. Murray accompanied by on tho night of tho 18th. Sure to please There is n sparkle and glitter about the our Santa Claus letter box Su'zer's. Rev. J. Greenwade, the Christian minher son, Hal, went to Louisville Tuesday V. S. Long will keen sweet and butter you Sulzjr's. goods in our cases that is peculiarly Oliltho dolls that will boon display nt milk for sale this winter and ister, who has been holding n series of to hear Talmago lecture. W. G. Bandy is building a handsome deliver significant of living remembrances. Babbngf ft this week, come and see. J. Henry Rhodes and son John, of meetings in tho Presbyterian church for framo residenco on his farm them daily. Leave your orders with Iowa, werp hero last week visiting his tho past week, created quito a sensation Wo have it when everbody else is him for milk. near Irvington. sister, Mrs. Thos. Lewis. Ho has been iti his sermon Monday evening, which out Sul.or'a, t!ie leader's in fancy groAlvah E. Rowc, of Ohio county, has Hon. Geo. W. Jolly, United States twenty-threyears was for the benefit of men only. ceries. District Attorney for Kentucky, was at been appointed a storekeeper under living in Iown for Mr. Greenwado is an evangelist of the and this is his first visit homo during "'1Vjv pries scatter our holiday goods his father's house, near Sample, last Collector Powers. A nice necktie is always acceptable to that timo. Ho went to Kirk Monday to Christian church and is a native of iiku uyiiiuiuiu uif price iiiiiki-- mew gu week, sick with lagrippe. Montgomery county, Ky. He was invitn brother at Christmas time. Sul.er's see his father, Mr. John Rhodes. Sulzer's. If yon want to make your friends a I. A dispatch from Ilawcsville stating ed here by tho members of that Denom liavo a nice line. Santa Clmuo'd Biippltsu in our hig Chiistmns present that is beautiful and General Manager J. K. McCnicken is tiiat the "Texas" people would begin ination to deliver n series of seiinoiiH nnd show window iii'Xt week ba Hire to see lasting, give them your photo made at on duty in his olllco after n two week's! and push to lapid completion it branch work for the interest of the church nnd It Sulzer's. Knight's gallery Cloverport. road from that town to tho coal mines tho good of the cause. seige with the grippe. Oranges, bananas, dates, figs, raisins, The Rev. M. M. Benton, of the EpisIn his talk Monday evening to Men I will be n good girl always if back, was published last week in LouisMamtna lemons, currants and grapes for Xinns at copal church, will hold services in the you will buy mo a pair of those pretty ville and Owensboro papers. This has Only, he showed clearly that ho was a ! I S3SS3-SReidel's & Co's. Presbyterian church Dec. 31st morning new shoes at Sulzer's. sinco beon denied by the McCrnekens man of strong convictions, an earnest, CC Our window's full to day to guido you and afternoon. All are cordially invited. II y Felsenthal, of Chicago, was hero and tho owners of tho mines, sliding conscientious worker and ono not afraid as a beacon light to the right pluco for to denonnco evil nnd wrongdoing where-ove- r Wo want you to como to our store on the 8th inst. soliciting patronage from that tho report was groundless. bargains' Sulz r'ri. ho found it. Ho is of tho Sam Dr. John M. Hardin, of Brandenburg, dally. Uso your eyes and judgement-o- re our jewelry merchants. C. L. Kn'ght Photographer will make another week passes into history Winter winds will soon be whistling was in the city last Saturdry consulting Jones order and does not mince his pbotograpljs at reduced prices from now you will have reasons to thank us for around you. Get one of Sulzer's over- tobacco shippers. Mr. Hurdin is repre- words when speaking of tho shortcomsenting tho Ninth Street House, of ings nnd evils of which men nro guilty. this -- Sulzer's. until after tho .Holidays. coats nnd be prepared. s them thelves, liars, gamblers, Mr. aud Mrs. Richard Mays, of Web- Louisville, and his field of labor is tho you cry, mama is "Bud" Bates, who has recently bought don't lour counties, Meade, Hardin, Brecken- debuachers and adulterers and comes bake baby a nice curmntpie. We the saloon and fixtures of M. II. Popham, ster, were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. ridge nnd Hnncock. Meguiar, Haris & mighty near proving it on. them too. At liavo the currants Sulzer's. gave a 'coon Bupper last Thursday night Barney Bohler last week. Large tows of Pittsburg cool havo been Co. could not havo procured a cleverer tho conclusion of his sermon Monday Mr. N. P. Pryor, of Louisville , has which was greatly eujoyed by n large, passing down tho river for several dayp, or more efficient man to represent them evening, after pouring hot shot into his returned home, after a week's visit to his number of his. friends. in this section. audience for an hour, ho requested all aunt, Mrs. S. C. Ycagerand family. Never before in tho history of this tho first siuce last spring. A boarder named George Hansen came who endorsed what ho said to riso to Bcelcr seems to be in tho lead bo far Jno. D. Bush, of Clifton Mill?, has house was there such n rush for FleishHis friends are near being choked to death In Mrs. John their feet, and every man in tho houso, been granted a pension and David Lewis, man's yeast aa last week. Wo iiavo or for County Clerk. Everybody expects to II. Bennet's boarding house in Louisville, save a fow, got up. of Lowisport, lias been granted a renewal. dered au extra supply. Come early Wei' already displaying much activity in his last sunday night. Hansen awoke and During his discourse the following subbehalf. receive a Christmas c from nesday and SaturJay. Sulzer's. Tho finest china and George Getzendanner went to Louis- - discovered tho man in his room, then tho jects were treated : Dishonesty, profanOur nice display of lamp3 tells their gift and all will send all tho World's famous potteries are repreTho household was ity, impurity and intemperance. villo last Friday to spend several days scuflio began. sented in our midway plaisance Sul- own story how your wife will pat you and probably somo cash in connection alarmed, and the noise brought officers We give below a fow of his comments: one or more in return. on tho shoulder and say old you darlzer's. A man that goes into a store nnd buys to tho scene, who arrested the thief as ho "Wo invite your attening good hubby when you take her therewith. It's a catchy display we are making in Every ngVv tobacco season brings tho ran out the alley. Mrs. Bennett moved goods with tho intention of never pnylng one home for a Christmas present Sulfor them, is n thief. tion to our stock which from Stophensport about a year ago. our midway plaisance it's as catching weed jo Cloverport in increased quantiA man that is unwilling to render a to tho eye a? a spark to tho straw Btack zer's. CANNElTcOALr ties, ajid our largo factories are rapidly is full of tho substanSeo tho children hear them shout fair compensation for what ho gets, is n Sulzer's. being filled. I havo now on hand a car load of broktial things of life. Sheet celluloid makes nice card bas- what is all this racket about it's the Our Grocery department a garden of en up cannel coal which I will deliver thief. excellent variety of Christmas pr sents enchantment grand assemblage of all The man who goes around claiming An elegant line of kets, wall pockets, pin trays and lots of to bo found at Sulzer's and that's where the nico things to cat a tropical garden at So. 00 per ton to all convenient places. that tho world owes him a living and nice christmos presents. We lmvo it One-hah ton $1.50. he's going to havo It, is a ton $1.75. Chairs, beautiful asthoy want Santa Claus to bring their of fruits Sulz jr's. thief. Wulzer's. Loss quantities 50c. per hundred toys from. Gamblers who entico young men into sortment of Clocks, E. B. Qgfcsby and V. II. Carman Dr. J. B. Cottrell, who had been over pounds. I am also selling tho nice Falcon The race for holiday goods began last the Furmers's Institute nt Rome, lump coal at 8 cts. per bushel, delivered a game and beat them out of their money, good stock of Willow at Harrodsburg delivering a penes of I aro worse than thieves. lectures and sermons, returned borne week. They aro treading on each other's Ind., Saturday. They report n very in- in lots not less than 15 bushels, lots of Wuro, Photograph, Many a boy has been mado a thief by heels in the rush to get tho pick and teresting meeting nnd were much benelast Friday. 100 bushels or more, 8 cents per bushel his pnreuts. choice woo to tho ono who stops to tio fited by being present. and Autograph Alfor n short time only. Nut coal 7 cents It is useless to say what we. have good his shoe siring how much I'll take is I started out to fight tho devil, nnd as Chas. James and J. R. O'Brien are per bushel. to eat In our grocery department. Our bums, Plush Boxes, long as there is life in my body I intend the cry Sulzer's. pjacing tho machinery for n Bteam turnR. B. Pikiice. efforts of tho post is a guarantee of the to fight hlra. Children's Furniture, Hundreds of our Christmas presents ing lathe in what was formerly Thos. future. Sulzer's. A man docs not have to be n rascal to Louisville Market, will stare you in tho face, for this week Holder's blacksmith shop. Mr. James Dolls, Hobby and Solicitations aro being made for monoy The cattl'i receipts were 1517 head. succeed in business. only Its the continuel cry Aint that is on experienced turner nnd enn do tho to equip a Christmas tree in tho Baptist Rocking Horses, etc.. A man who misrepresents a thing in Good to oxtra butchers and shippers just lovely how much? I'll tako it If finest of worje. church for .the benefit of the stinday Common order to get more for it than it is worth you want it say it puick tho ono jhst city has been so distressingly mor- steady at last week's prices The school children. cent lower. Hogs is n thief. (so Bay tho officials) nnd medium full behind you wants it Sulzer's. al nnd Lost opportunities seldom over rtiturn. The series of meetings will closo tobest heavy packing and butchers $5.35 Oh my How nice, aint this tea sot that business has been quite dull in tho That nice Christmas present you saw in just lovely? Well I Look hero nt morrow evening. City Court and what few cases there Light hogs very dull. these Tho tobacco market was quiet and unour midway plaisance yesterday may bo Hal lad rock-pil- e dishes. Say don't you think have been were usually of tho steady althrough last week aud not at all gone to day. Sulzer's. satisfactory to sclles. Tho offerings this is the handsomo3t display in the kind times are too hard to pay fines. "J? Come now and make your selections city Oli yes Sulzor's don't dor things Notwithstanding tho inclement weath- were only taken nt tho buyers own from D'Huy's large stock of fancy goods, by halves that's what tho people said er last Saturday tho city was crowded prices. There was scarcely any competition for tills class. Good Burloy leal is novelties, toys, books, musical instru- whou thoy visited our toy department. with people Tho stores all did a good unchanged and prices aro about the ments, fruits and candies. Wo note a salo of IIiIhIs. ot Cut this advertisment out and return business, and wo only lacked a few fights same. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Jordan wish to it with 12 bents in stamps and wo will to carry the memory of our older citizens Breckenridge county trash at $5.10 to Long Brick House. $4.80. 2 hhds. of Mcado county leaf and HARDINSBURG, KY. express their thanks to the good citizens send you a nico Christmas present for back to recollections of regular "old tlmo trash at $10 and $5.15. 'KY. of Cloverport for tho valient help they tho baby, or Bend us 32 cents in Btamps Saturdays." CLOVERPORT, rendered in saving their property. Mrs. Ann Hardin, whoso homo was and wo will end you three Christmas Desires to seo all tho tobacco Masks for balls, colored fire for tableaux presents all different suitable for baby near Rome, Ind., died of typhoid fever - v Jk? yjftl farmers, of this and surrounding and decorating goods for private and bus- and little girl and boy, Address Sulzer's last Wednesday tho Oth Inst. Sho had , been sick only sinco tho Thursday iness houses, Sunday School mottoes and Toy Department Cloverport, Ky. Tho United States has never suffered country. and her sudden death was a surprise from any disease that has caused such ornamental Japaueso goods. Sulzer's Our midway plaisance sparkling with relat!vcs and friends. fearful results as LaGrippe. Royal Rev. Dr. Jos. B. Cottrell preached in the artistic gems of nil nations seo tho to her DANIEL BROOKS J. M. HARPER, i J. O. B0VJHNE, & Sho was 70 years of age. has never failed to cure it quickHarrodsburg on Sunday before last, in eager buyers going down tho counters Mrs. James Head and Mrs. Maria ly whore used. forenoon and at night, mado an address hero's something 'orfathor, n nico muffat the anniversary of the American Bible ler then mother git a sst of after dinner Smlthcrs, a neat looking Owcnsboro couBROOKS & CO., BOURNE, ple, wore married at 0.30 o'clock Monday JEWELRY Society, III'.I.IAIILR UVIDKNCR. look how eager the children look coffees, the residenco of Mr. Pat Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 28, 1893. Only a little doll how it will gluddon wont they surprise papa and mama but eveniug at towrji jJRiei in this city, tho Rsv. Shelly, of the "In January last I had a violent attho- heart of Bome poor child If you papa and mama will como and thoy will uWJ-T- r street Methodist church', olllciating, tack of La'Grippo. I was advised by a have no children make some body eUo surprise tho children there will bo joy Elm CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. Tho happy cauplo returned to Oweus-bor- o friend to uso Royal Germotuor, which glad, you wjll enjoy your chiislmas bet- in that houso on christmos morning yesterday. mo in a couplo of days. was cured I ter Sulzer's. Sulzer's. Mr. A. II. Schlndler, of Irvington, who again attacked by tho ''grip" this month, BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE, KY. Our midway plaisance contains rich, Mrs. John Jolly died at her home near last week was nt the point of denth, is nnd profiting by my former oxporienco I rare, sparkling, artistic selections. The Saraplo last Thursday morning. Mrs. reported to bo much better now nnd on commonccd at onco witii Gcrmetuor and QPSKol cream pick and choice of a number of Jolly wns an cstimablo Christian woman, the rond to recovery. The causo of his tho things that you cannot did not havo to go to bed. I consider it MANHOOD RESTORED! ffiK5&rarEEa7 toy houses from tho largest cities to much beloved by all who knew her, illness was that a couple of weeks ago, oi$a fiord to miss is our elegant display to euro all nertous musnes, aueb aa Weak Memory. Loaa of brain L. SruAitT." n specific for LaGrippe. of now Christmas Novelties. Never was owr. HeadatliB, WaLalulueM, Manliood, NUliUr hoiliilona, Nerrouc see is to admire it Sulzer's. Slio was tho mother of a largo family of while killing hogs ho fell and ran n m nen.aUdralnaandloMnf iHiwarlnUoneraUreOrvatia of either uz caused n collection of beautiful gifts offered at or orer exertion, voutknirerrora, eicitre um of tobacco, opium Cut this out and return it to us with children, somo of.whom aro now filling niBty nail into tho pain of his hand, DYSPRPMA and NEUVII.N. lower prices. Wo mako it on object for InMinli ts nr.u, . . tiy mall crtnaiii. vith a-- i earned la Wo do fcnYsjifcrjg 12 cents and wo wiU send you a nico doll places of high honor and respect. Among from the effects of which blood poison Vvqngil Teit noeket. HlHrbarAforas. We a written narnnlf.Itnr.rrriiif Rev. J. B. Irwin, D. D , tho popular allivisltors to como and seo us. 5 runrltta. A.t forlUlake nonthrr. Write tiirtn Ik. uair. Hold bj'all not proposo to be excelled in quality, Medical Hook aentwalrd about 14 inches high suitable for a little tho latter is the Hon. George W. Jolly, sot up, nnd came ntar ending his life. pastor of tho Tulip Streot Methodist stylo or any other deslrablo feature, rmnuaa iau atrui iiu. InDlatuwrtuiHjr. AddreaaMEKVlSSlJ CO..UaaauUi'rBiDia.Hii'inn. FuraalelnCIOTerport,Kr-,t- r A. It. FlSUMt, andbj C. c. MAUTIN. PniRlaU. girl or boy. Address Sulzer's Holiday United States District Attorney for KenMr, J. D, Brnshcar, of Owcnsboro, has Church, Nashville, Tonn ,says: "Having neither do wo proposo to bo undersold in tucky and the Rev. Gideon N. Jolly, a s cured tho Moorman Long brick tobacco tested the Gcrmetuor for more than a a single instance. Toy popattment Cloverport, Ky, Wo shall show you want Would-b- o purchasers of Christmas noted Methodist minister. houso iu this city and is fully equipped year by repeated uso, I take pleasure in just tho thing you right. nnd wo shall BAM'L RAY. ROBERT V. Ha'rIC. Wo know wo mako tho prico just gifts will find at our store such induce- -' Only three patents were issued for for a purchase during the coming season. saying 1 found it a prompt relief and can please everybody becauso our stock ments as will at onco convluco them that Kentucky at. Washington on tho Bth Farmois having tobacco for sale will find cure for dyspepsia and nervous debility. includes a variety for nil aorts of people. 0.-B- it is beyond tho shadow of a doubt that day of December, and two of thorn caruo it to their interest to call on Mr. I keep it on hand nnd would not bo Ilablet, IHiyi, GlrU, Young Men, Young I.aJIci, WITH Men, Old I.aJIct the plat'p to buy presents for Christmas to Breckenridge county one to Marat hs office and talk tobacco. We without it. Besides being a valuable Grown I.adlci, Mlddle-are- ! and Old Gentlemen were all remembered when is at F. N. D'Huy's. shall D. Drake, Irvlngton, for a vehicle would suggest that the farmers bring remedy, it is a pleasant and refreshing -- : -:- e bought our Holiday Stock, We offer many Did you hear it? Hush don't talk so propelled by hand or foot, and ono to samples in with them, they will also bo drinks fitting and appropriate gifts lor one and all, lie farms by tho well loud a lady in tho east end said it bo James Henncy, Cloverpott, for a con- visited at tholr lure that you tee them, FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS did' one in tho west end. It's talked tinuous brick kiln. These kilns have known buyer, Henry Y. Duncan, who F. N. D'HUY. $1 A. Dottle, Six for $5. about over the river and on tho tonguo been in successful operation at tbePjttY is employed by tho company. A trial will convince tho most Eighth and Main StreotB, t of every lady in tho eountry we will ton bricks works for sevewl Hwmtlis, awl' Keep the bowels open with Gcrmetuor skeptical that " C. C. . Certain VOn DYSPEPSIA, from 803 to , Indlf artton, and Woraacu dbionlen, tats tell you but don't' mantion it to anyone they aro pronounced Hie best" kilns" in' Pills. 50 in a bottlo, 25c. All for sue CeHffk Curo" (s tho greatest RHOWN'K IHOIV BITTKH8. remedy extant for the enro AU dealers keen It, tlper bottle. Uenulnoliu A. It. FISHER, by else, SulaerV have the biggegt Mock ?f oxistouce by nil expert clay workers Krfttirlppo, Croup. Coughs, With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storago Four Months Free, trade mark ana cmued red Uneioa wrapper, who have scent hem, Cloverport, Ky, of dona in tho city. Colds, Ac. . is, J:ames ivi. TV T T Contractor Bnililcr. Fleishman yeast to day Su'z t's. Fine writing paper at BabbageV, Shirts almost nt your own pilce at 1)1 Bab-bago'- s. CHRISTMAS -- hH u v y MC Robert E. Woods, 1W ATTORNEY HOLIDAYS. For the Gem of Days. , i GONSTABLR LEE BISHOP, 53 Silverware 7i& For the Christmas Table. Watches P- - c ik -- - Breckenridge T. C. LEWIS & CO., B To Note the New Year. For Our Family Jewels. ' Jewels m SHAKING UP, Holiday Goods To Everybody two-stor- y o ,. He-call- to Christmas Y' - bric-a-bra- i lf One-fourt- 9 i 3. A well-behav- 1 J. D. BRASHEAR, TOBACCO BUYER B. F. Beard & Co., tt V WF i' LaGRIPPE AGAIN. bo-fo- re grief-stricke- n Ger-metu- mMuHK Fa-he- y, UJ: HABPER, - Mwmzb Commission Salesmen of Live Stock . i r ; . $ '' r'J- - If ; w il an m. 4v p? y T?sri3:EJEJ3L,E3DE5, Bra-she- ar Crescent Tobacco Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. 8ii. LUUloVlLLfc,, KY. .. ,,jr "" " sgw.ww....L.flPljjjjBjjjjpBBgpiiiMBwgaMi. 8 Highest of all In Lcnemng Power. iinm.rj.iiii ihmimljuwujiw. tidWlHli Vgi3i, THR BRRGKRNRIDGR tlioy tma been lasting until U a. in., alter calling tho (lock tu mo and eenttorlngn Might quantity at my feet. The end vlow shows dotted linos, which nrtt to indicate tho hoper nmuigcinput Inside. A Kurd ut the rvur running lengthwise, on edge, conducts tho grain to tlio trough. That on front side loaves u space of one Inch ut tho bottom, tho whole length of hopper to allow grain to pa.s through to the trough from which tho fowls feed. Tho door in front is iinulo to swing on easy hinges, and tho platform is pivoted at B and balanced by weights on tho arms at A, so that even n smnll fowl standing on tho plat form will open tho door by means of tho lover C nnd disclose tho grain. SIROCCO. Tho legs nro of old steel tires, bent Aunt Uecky Gardner is dangerously ill to proper shnpo nnd loltcd to bottom with dropsy. , with quarter inch bolts. I havo had ono Miss Boll Shacklctt, of Wolf Creek, is in nso for three years, nud would not bo visiting at her uncloV Mr. Dick Shack-Ict- without it. In tho snmo journal attention is called to tho fact that old wiro nnd two hoops Mr. Thomas lk)ard, who is practicing can bo mado veterinary surgery in Christian icountv, held apart by thtco sticksas a protector to play an imporlaut part was at homo Jor a fow days lastveek. to tho hen's feed or drink dish. Tho 'Charlie Sliacklett nnd Gnbo Hoard wiro is fastened firmly to ono hoop and wero'at'homo from Haniiusbirg school to spend Thanksgiving and returned to their Btudics tho following Monday. The boys will bo back again bringing some of their schoolmates to spend tho holidays. The question as to who is to blamo for the adulterated coal oil, is being considerably agitated in this part of tho country. I tody Thornsberrv says that there is so much water in the oil it puts the tire out whenever he endeavors to kindle a lire with the oil. A FOOD ritOTF.CTOIl. When one man goes into another's then strung over the other nnd linck all woods and cuts hoop poles by tho wagon nronnd, making a close, vertical fenco or boat load witliodt saying anything to through which tho fowls put their heads. tho owner of said poles about tlio matter A barrel head cleated and nailed over what do you call it? That is a question tho top hoop perfects tho arrangement, for John Hardin and Henry Woodson to keeping ttll'dirt out of tho top. answer na they havo timber in this neck llono rrrllllsers. of tho woods. Tho fino raw bono contains 8 or moro As Kev. "Itackcoon" John Smith said per cent of nitrogen. "Dissolved bone" to tlio Methodist preacher, "Tho Hiblo usually means bono black acted upon by says watch, a1? w ell as pray." While yon acids. Tho bono black is bono charcoal nro praying at b' rank fort on the Kenprepared much like wood charcoal, nnd tucky. John Henry had bettor keep of course tho heating drives oil tho nione eye east in tlio diiection of the tim- trogen. Very few raw bones nro treatber lot. You know that old proverb ed with acids for commercial fertilizers. A portion of tho nitrogen is lost by such says : treatment, nnd tho line bono flour is "When the eats are nway moro economical for tho farmer, 'says The mke will play." Tho Rural Now Yorker. Tho finer tho 1IINKS DEACON. At Liberty church bust sabbath the "tnl bono tho better. Tho stations in anadegrees Inst., at 11 o'clock a. in. Kev. Willie lyzing bono divido it into four of fineness fine, fine medium, medium I linos itml Miss Grario Deacon were nnd coarse. In tlio tlun nitrogen is figunited in tho holy bonds of mati.imony, ured ut 1i cents a pound nud phosphoric Kev. Taber olllciating. Tho- marriage acid at 7 cents. In the coarse grade the ceremony was the most impressive 1 values ato 7J nnd !J respectively, and tlio Mr. Cato Hardin and difference i duo entirely to fino grindover witnessed MibS Cippa Deacon (sister to tlio brido) ing. acted in tho capacity of groomsman and Ilett Cinrrlng l'or Oirr Triune. bridesmaid. Your correspondent is no A beekeeper writing in Tlio American ndept tu the art of telling at a glance the Beo Journal, says: In lato years I havo constituent parts of which a lady's war- about como to tlio conclusion that anything which will make the tup of tho drobe is miulo up. Ho is not color-blinairtight is all right. Enameled however, and will say that tho brido and liivo or wooden covers uuidu tight with cloth her attendant were dressed in bullofn beo gluo during wurm weather and left becoming style. The groom nnd his at- on undistuibed I'.irough the winter have tendant froze to their overcoatsas though given good results. Some will tell you they bad been stung by a breeze that that tight covers will bo death to tho had come with lightning rapidity from bees, and others just ns empnthio that Greenland's icy mountains. Tho groom tho porous covering will kill them. What very best coveiing for win-to- r woro a patch between tho eyes tho Bie would bo tho would depend upon what condition of a silver dime indicating that a popthe bees were in, where to bo wintered, gun had gone oil mysteriously. Just as AtO. the bridal party Has leaving the home of Items of Interest From All Over The tho brido (which was in sight of the State. church) for the church tho choir began My wife had been helpless witli rheusinging the familiar hymn of which tho matism or several weeks and confined to following line is a pat I, her bed. In less than ono week after "We will nil go out In unit lllin when the bridegroom comui. using tho Electropoiso she was able to be Hut tlioy didn't go. I guess they thought out ami go to church. it was too cold. After congratulations J. II. Hnyncs, Owensboro, Ky. had been extended, Kev. C. Y. Hurks, of Since using the Electropoiso I feel nt Henderson county entered tho pulpit least 'JO years younger. and discoursed from 2nd Thessaloninns G. W. Flint, Skylight, Ky. though ho did not confine himself to I believe tho Electropoiso to bo the that book. Touching on tlio passage, greatest invention of the age. Miss Mat-ti- e "Ho yo holy for I am holy," he throw an McNary, Greenville, 'Ivy. abundance of light on the subject of Tho Electropoiso has given perfect satmaking doctrinal points very isfaction in both cases, ono neuralgia plain. When Mr. Hurks gets warmed tho other rheumatism, and the results up with his subject his large expressive havo boon perfectly wonderful. Kichard gray eyes which sink back under a high J. Wlielan, Hnrdstown, Ky. forehead, brightens up and ho holds the Thanks to tho Electropoiso for what it undivided attention of his audience from lias done for mo nud my family. It has start to finish. cured indigestion nnd liver troubles, That thero are bright lights representbesides giving almost immediato relief ing all denominations who relied credit for toothache. W. E. Willett, Carlisle, on the catiNO that they espouse is not to Ky. bo disputed and it is equally as true that I have used tlio Electropoiso in my theie aro old sputtering 'greasy,' flicker- family from my niother-in-la7:1 years ing lights that ono cannot como in con- old down to tho baby ono year old with tact witli without their emitting n filthy tho happiest results in till cases; Several odor that racks and grates on ones ner- of my neighbors hnvo them and all well ves for weeks to come. Thero nro those pleased. Everybody should havo ono. who try to pattern after Kov. Sam Jones F. M. Callahan, Verona, Ky. but tlioy makua miserable failuro for To mq tho work of thu Electropoiso is tlio lack of a.Sam Jones head on 'em. a inistory almost a miracle. Kov. J. I. 1 was at a protracted meeting ono Kodgers, Danville, Ky. night nbout a year ago, when tho preacher Tho Electropoiso has cured mu ot in his zenl forgetting oil" something ex- asthma and kidnoy trouble. I. Yocuni, traordinary said, "I wish I had a fow Taylonsvillo, Ky. , 1 am wonderfully to hold in my lunula and souls pleased with the shako around over hell for about flvo Electropoiso and would not bo 'without minutes." His theatrical gesticulations it for any consideration. It lias done a togotlicr with the peculinr expression of world of good for mo already. Mrs. his eyes so forcibly reminding ono of a Jonathan Kelt), Knobllck, Ky. niagplo peeping knowingly into a marMoney could not buy the Electropoiso row 1)0110, was too much for my hunioris-ti- c from mo. It has given my wlfo wonspirit. Not wishing to appear irrev- derful relief from Ithcumatism. C. W. erent I hide myself out into the presenco Wright, Cnmpbollsvillo, Ky. of tlio moon and stars were I 'bowed my I regard tho Electropoiso as tho won- -' head and wept,' then returnod into tlio tier of tho Nineteenth century. My house anil was calm and serene tho ro- wife, though not yet well, is bettor than und udcr of tho services. she lias been for llfteen years, having POULTRY CONVENIENCES. been n constant sufferer nnd confined to her bed with little prospects of over A Contrltmiro 1'or IVcilIng Oruln being out, but is now up nnd about. II. thu food nnd Wuler. A correspondent of tho Farm Journal, H Woodward, Hardyvillo, Ky. who wus losing much grain by rats and Tho Electropoiso has dono mo n great chipmunks, contrived an automatic pouldeal of good. Isaac' Duncan, Lowisburg, try feedor for grain which prevents Ky. wast j by mice, also by fouling, etc. Ho I think it is tho greatest curat! vo agent inysi in existence. Miss Heulay Dale, KiuhoII-vill- e When it was ready for uso,I taught Ky. my flock to nso it in ono minuto by placI am much pleased with my experiing n dish of corn on tho platform when ence witli the Electropoiso rind' bolievo It in advance of any known remedy for tho restoration of tho nornal condition of tho systum, and ft lias been proven bo practically as well as theoretically. Dr. J, W. Clarko, Augusta, Ky. My houso was a regular hospital until tlio Electropolw) was placed in it A. G. NowBiim, 1232 Second street. Ixmlsvillo, Ky. Tho Electropoiso restores wasted vitality atul tho claims uutdo aro not exaggerated. Mm. G. G, Ilersot, Iiuisvillo, Ky. AtldrvBHDnIQI8 A WJKI11J, Norton lllock, corner Fourth nnd Jellbrson streets, Louisville, Ky, AUTOMATIC IN3UT JttY WJKDFJl. NRS, OLOYRRPORT, KY. vyrarareftTOra?rora- latest U.S. Gov't Ki i oil. RoYaI J&2 NEWS. 13, 1S93. Baking Powder This is tho yeai and now is tho tune to Hl'Y rSKFt'F. PKESENTS of spending your money frivolously. I"OK CIIKIS1W1AN instead a CRASH CLOTH THAN-- ' For Drown Kibbcd Casslmero Overcoats, cut long, in single breasted stylo, well made in every particular, and lined with Twilled Serge, cut from $S. v-T'fly-fro- IN FINI I NG X ABSOLUTELY PURE RECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY, DKCKMUKU Mukos Prices so Low You can Afford to Buy for Poor Noighbor. A $400,000 STOCK TO SELECT FROM, HALF OF IT BOUGHT, FOR LESS Thanksgiyia' Day in Georgia. Thunksgltln' iU)r In Georgia wa one o' pure iltllght, , thlnin1 The air wit calm 'n quiet the tun w bright; h.illelujah The editor headed th table, with Heady to thank hit Maker 50C ON THE DOLLAR. tcn-doll- U OA S478 $9.48 coo. full almjjlo thank the. S or Black Choviot Suits, mntlo nnd trimmo'd ns well ns any suit ollercd by other houses, nnd neatly nnd dumbly lined ; cut from 810. Mi-wool Children's LOW USEFUL ouMcn and Hoys. -r- Clothing AT ASTOUN'DINGLY Thank.ghin, dar In dcorgl.1, with a 'postuin 'X 'tatters banked erroun d him, Is a algn o' joy 'n peace; i 'X jour mouth a runnln' water, at yon past along jour plate In jrna, fer fear jmi,ll X our heart , be to late. j f Thankclln,'Vla51n Georgia, It one o' hippy ) fcljeerj Tlie eotton't In the warehone, 'n he corn It in the year! kinder rccklett in There's a lot o' late the air; The folkt hs" got a plenty, 'n a plenty yet to 'ogrea.e, Oxford and Hrovvu-mixe- d Meltons, cut extra length and with full back, lined with ncnt check wool lining, very handsome trimming and velvet collar, cut from $!. t., Ijf A Q For Double'and Slngle-brenst-vU- doublc-brciisto- For Homoapuu Suit, bought at tlio Feclioimor, Fishol it Co. auction at less thnn GOo on tho dollar : extra long cut, Italian Cloth lining, d, DPK.IOE3S. GIFTS Kim sowed with Bilk : cut from $13. Suits, cut in nil tho fashionable Little Children. Lovely J or soy Charming Kilt Suits, Digro-inoShort Pant Suits, Norfolk or Suits, Santa Clans WoolThroe-piec- e en Waists, $ 13.48 For "chly-tnilorc- d turc. Atlanta Constitution. an lino elaborate of Tivoll Heavers, in Ilrown, Hluo, Olive nnd Hlack colors, splendidly mado in double d style, iu nuw cut, ami with full back, wool nud tergu lining, cut from $12.50. OR Q7.JO CjQ l'01" i'our wloctlon from styles, royally finished nnd trimmed, equal in every or Overcoat, Neckwear, Superb detnil to merchant tailors' work; cut from $22, 820, of Shirts, llnea Silk 818. Handkerchief?. p Fur-line- A Suit of Clothes Suits, Hox-plalte- d nt single-bieaste- $14.48 A 'Trust" Which Is Popular. There is a grent ileal of indignation felt against trusts. Tho Sugar Trust, tlio Standard Oil Trust, tlio Welsh Tin Plato Trust, tho English Salt Trust, and other combinations of tho kind, arc vigorously denounced, and it U a subject of controversy whether there aro more 'trusts in England than America, and whether protection or free trade fosters them, ltnt there is otto form of trust against which no one has anything to say. That Is tlio trust tho public reposes in Hood's Sarsaparilla. Worsted Suits, in Double and Sacks nnd Frocks, fafchionably and exquisitely finished no bolter Suits Fold nny- whoro on earth for less thnn $20 to 825. singlo-bronste- d n lmmonso lio of Clay Fino Kid Gloves, Fur-tod or d Gloves, Silk-face- SunpendorH, Silk and Cashmoro Mufllors, Suits', Snug-fittin- g nnd most elegant lino of Oveicoats for $14,-1fino dressors-SllM- S, and up, and lordly Tlsters at $'7A, $)Ai, A $11 18. lints ami Slippers. Mall Cnnos UmhrolliiH, Shoes, Undi rwear. Shoes and Hats, and Nico Neckwear. Wo hnvo working Suits at lower prices and Dress Suits at higher prices enough to clotho tho wholo population. Put us to tho proof I Orders Fillotl Promptly. A Guess on thu Burro with Bvcry Purchase. n Mull Older.-- , Filled Promptly, SIM ON SON, KLEINHANS & MAKK1JT ST. Hiri'. Ith and 5th. MAMMOTff CHOLERA ! 3Ha- - New Fall Ctitnlopie Now Heady. SHOE AND CLOTHING K, COMPANY. LOl'ISVILl KY. LODIBURG. Sum Keys is working with the bridge crew on the I.., St. 1.. A T. Owen Keys loaded Hevcriil cars with staves here last week for HenRley k HHHHHHKHHBHHKHMWnH3KHKinnKnKiiH. Letters From Tho People St. Ciiaui.i-h. - Jolly. J. E. Hardin wan isiting liiminclo Clay Jolly, near Hardinsburg, bust week. .Mr. John Massy, of Meade county, was visiting his sister, Mrs. Mary J. Hardin, last week. (J. G. Jolly, of Hardinsburg, was visiting his aunt, Mrs. Xancy It. Hardin, of this place, last week. Mrs. Nancy It. Hardin and berdaught- er, Miss innie, were visiting Mr. John 15. Jolly, Sample, last week. Messrs. Jits. Skillman, Mack I'ayne and Hush Still took thu train at Lodiburg last Friday for McKull, Mo. They have called tho Nov. (jiiinn, of Louisville, to be their pastor at Walnut flrovo for the coming year. Messrs. Larken Gibson, of Cloverpoit, and Henry Gibson, of Sample, were Mr. W. A.. Gibson's last week. Us little fellows that write for the News must bo very careful and tell the exact spot that any one lives on or tho wiseacre of Clifton Mills will undoubtedly correct us. Tho Clifton Mills correspondent need not think because ho goes to Judge for his voting sentiments, that others run around asking everyone they meet who they must voto for. All leading druggists sell Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablets. Suro cure for the Tobacco or Opium Habit. Mr. 11. vis-ingAd-kiss- d Dear Sir: This being Thanksgiving night I am mi grateful that I want to rciucmh.'r all my friends, and as the Hreekenrido county people occupy a warm pltico in my heart, I desire to addiers them through tho columns of your paper. This year I am living iu a coal mining town ami I havo become quito undemocratic in my ideas concrning a corporation for tho company store people aro so nice to me that 1 am almost converted, "F.vry man has his price." Coal is so plentiful with us that fow yet theio is no people have petty thieving done, for they who might lio so disposed can hteal from tho tip easier than nt homes. All Hreckinridgo Boems near to mo but of course my pupils como first and I should like a Christmas letter from each of them. F.ven school blunders appear glorilled after u lapse of time. Fondly do I it rail a pond that was "cut open," tho troublesome definitions subject nud predicate, tho ss, s of a scroll saw, a weo maiden's conjugation, and Inst but not least, tho obtusesneis ono dear girl found in tlio "reciprocal of a quantity." How-ove- r, Btieli good reports aro coming from that young lady that one judges sho has passed tho puzzlis. Wishing every ono a merry Christinas, I nm sincerely, 1., Nt-v- . ".0. Kditou FRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN. - E.& RATES: 2V PER DAY. Alarm for Its Invasion of Amorlca Woll Founded. '- DOGWOOD RUN. Hog killing and bird hunting is all tho KO. .Mr. 11. Ohio county last week. F. Stratton visited iclativcs in Tho Thanksgiving meeting at tlio W. M. church was conducted by tho Kev. Mr. Craig. Tho protracted meeting at Itosovillo is having great success. Among the older convertions are J. 1 Sanders, I'erry Phillips, Ed Ileavin and Dr. Hale. The meeting is being conducted by i, assisted by ltov. Coleman and otberj. ltev-Iturul- Johnny Christian, move to bis nowly-boug- of Ohio counfy, will home in Han-coo- k soon. Kuv. Itoyal conducted prayer meeting nt Concord last Thursday night. Prof. Holing is preparing to linvo an exhibition at tho close of his school. Nov. J. T. Adkins lias had a Bovere attack of heart tronblo'tlio past week, but is gaining strength again. Nov. T. Iladloy left with bis family for Casoy county to takodivino work in that county. Quito n crowd left for Hawesvlllo last Monday morning to nttend Circuit Court. NOELL-ISO- Tho telegraphic dispatches of January report thu outbreak of cholera anew, iu Heilin, (Meases and IU deaths being reported. Just now, when an eiitdeinlcot Asiatic cholera is among tho nliirming possibilities, all stomach and bowel trouhlcs'as-sum- o an importance beyond the ordinary, and should meet with iirompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, tlysoiitary, flux, colic and cramps, wind on thu stomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc., all point conclusively to a Imd condition of tho stomach and bowels, nnd all such disorders should bo corrected nt once. Sir. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown, AV. Vn., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tlio beat medicine I over used for pains; for cramps and colic in children, ft can't 'bo beat. For tlux, it is tho king." Mr. U. L. Hlenkinslili), of Tooloy, W. Ya., has tills to say: "List April I had an extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; had twenty-on- e actions of my bowels in less than two hours. I took three doses of Lightning Hot Drops nnd it rolioved mo instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surest, quickest remedy ever compounded for each and alr'of tho above complaints. Moreover, it cures all pains, external and internal, and Is tlio best safeguard known to destroy tho evil effects of a chango of water or diet. Pleasant to take Sweetened, children liko it. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, Mattii: V. Huooks. nt 2oc, and 50c. a bottle, on tho guaran-U'- o : No relief, no pay. Try it once. Ho not deceived. Iok for Trado-Mnr- k The New Law Regulating the Sale of of natives gathering herbs. Mado only VlnsQar. by Hurl) Modlclno Co.,SpringflnId, Ohio. The following law was passul by tho last legislature and is now in full forco nud affect: "All barrels, kegs or packages, In which vinegar is placed and offered for salo in this commonwealth, shall bo so labeled, branded or marked, bo as to describo tho process of manufacture of the contents, nnd shall, on satd label, brand I or mark on tho outside ot said barrel, rfiB 'if keg or package, stiito from what material I yiWRJEWElgV tho vinegar in said barrel, keg or pack-ag- o K V1 SILVER WWRCL is made: whether from fruit by natIH '"Iv YVAicwrsvipcKjr ural fermentation, o'r from malt, grain or OtrvwT ihu acid. Any porsoneolling or offering for Commonwealth, any vinegar stle, in this not so marked nnd described, or if tho vinegar sold or offered for salo docs not correspond, nud is not as represented by tho label, mark or brand on tho bnrrcl, keg or package, Hindi bo lined not less You should bo suro and not neglect or moro than ono hun- to look after their IntorcBt. than twonty-llvWo dred dollars." have prepared our stock for them and itls now open and ready for your A New Peach. -' 1st V. sIouisv1lle,Ky. SautaClauQ will Make His Hencl-Quarte- ( - rs at Our Houso.J FOR THE 1$Oj& TT. HOLIDAYS m , A Box of Jewels WATCH AND WAIT FOR OUIl STOOK. o f W. C. Moorman, GLENDEANE, KY. Mr. D. L. Talbot, of Kll.abethtown, has originated a lato October peach that is pronounced by experienced horticulturists to bo tho finest lato peach on earth. It Is a beautiful cling seedling, JEWELS It would ! TABLER M. l'rn-tertl- ng fino size and color and a most delicious eating peach. Mr. Talbot has a small number of trees now ready for. sitting, which ho has reduced In price from ono dollar to fifty cents each and is ready to (111 and souforyoursolf. Ourgoodsand pricoa aro correct. Tho place is at bo impossible- to enumer-nt- o all wo carry in our stock, hut would bo pleated to havo you call BUCKEYE WE TELL YOU nothing new when we ilnte Unit It (my tu lu n permanent, luo.t lirtililiy it ml ple.unnt Cud. iic, dint rrturni n profit fur every iltiy'i work. Hucli l tlio tuilni'i we oflVr the worUnir clun. We them liow tu miil( luoiiry ruplilly, Slid runraiilce every one wliololloitiour tnttrni'tloni fulllifully the nuking of KUOO.OO 11 iiinnlli. Kvrry one who tnki'4 holil umv unit worki will lurrly ami pcrillly liicrrniu their vartilrijc! liter Cinbenonuettlotutuout llj other now ut work re dolor It. ami rriiiT enn da the tame. lhl Ii the belt paying biiilnt'M (lint vou lmve erer hid thechnuco tu tecure You will tnitke A gravo mUtake lf)ou (all to give It a trlul nt ouio If yotiKrnip tho iltuttlon, nnd act cjulckly, you villi directly llud yourielf In a mn.t proijieroui butlni'M, at which you can lunly inuko mill mvo lurce mint of inoher. The mult, of only a few hour.' work will ollen eqiml a week' wngei. Whether you are old or young, man or woman, It nmkei no dlllVrence, ifo m we tell yon, nnd mo eel. will meet you nt the fery' ilart. Ntlther experience or capital uecetiary. 'IIiojo who work for ui nitt rewanled. Why not write to day for full luirtlculuri, IVi-- t K. O. AI.L11N A CO., Uos No. 0, Auijiutii, Mo PILE :6 OINTMENT CURES HOTHIHG BUT PILES, A orders at once. Brcckcnrldne' People Marry F. N. D'HUY'S. OF in Hawesvlllo Wednesday afternoon nf tho Hlvereido hotel, .Air. "W. L. Nooll nud Miss. Mamlo Isoin, both of Hreckonrldgo county, wore marripd by Judge W. W. Taber. It was understood. at tho liomu of oach that Mr. No'ell Inteniled to eat turkey at his uuclo'a near Hardinsburg and that Miss. vlsIt ,,or co,lsin J" Ilawco-yillImm wns but it was their understanding to como to Hawesvillo nnd got marrlod." Sonio delay was Occasioned on account of befog tinablo to find Clerk Polndoxtor rihI procure tho llcenso, who was finally fouiiTjHh a turkey iridar eaclrarm and putting up n strong finish for tho third. Tlioy returned on tho evening train in posession of all tho happiness this world nlTords. Judgo Taber has beconio Well known for his beautiful and impressive ceremonies Hawesvlllo Clarion. o, BANK HABDIBTSBURS Capital Stook 925 000. Surplus 87 000. PreiMent. WILL MILLER, M. II, BKAKD, Caihler. D. GREGORY WHARFMASTERS, CL0VERP0RT, CO. KENTUCKY. .... lti-tnl-l ), SURE and CERTAIN CURE known forlOyenra atithoQEST REMEDY FOR PILES. muni if mciunnioat meuiciii to,, t, ton. A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! l'MllUolyremovce BONS IFAVIU, lUnghone, Splint. or Curb. IN 48 HOURS, Alio Wholctalc ami Denltn In 7. BKAKD, Yellow Pine Flooring and Celling, Shingles, dSBb avincurE Hair, Doora, Laths, Cement, Lime, uoout mm, O.W. 1 11EAKD M011HIS K8KHID0K V ) It. M. JOLLY. Sash and Brick, Blinds, S500 - -- Dire tor and all kinds or Building Material. Sole ARcnLfor For Failure or eilghteu Injury. Thl. la the CrwlHt Wonder of the 19th Reward INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS "C. . C. Curtuln Corn Curo" I'ciiiuvoh vorim, warts, bunions, mole nud ciiIIomrcn. Wiirrun-tu- l. In uvcry bottle. Koo Homostoad Fortlllzoro Bone Meal. and Troy Century, antonlth. ft dnee, the lng, entire Veterinary world, Mill-- Sworn Prooft d free. I Unit . C. V. Im blown Take no ollior. Orilcranrcnmnnnleri wlllitlicciuli promptly flllnt SULZER'S. Dr. Quy Ohiclni, KO. .178 Canal St., New YotU,