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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893122701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. fi ( J J f : -- VOJL -- ! THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS v f i r ' i f l 1 KVI1L Old Coon. . CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1893. FALLING AND FISHING. IIV JOBGl'II II. fOTTltCI.I, N0.23. t Vt An "j The Sly ( LOOKS lulls, I ,io.e tome like llie opery, an' ilolen on llSSS.. Getting Into Once More, named them Campbellltrs; they die so soon when out of the water. Occasionally I diaw out n yellow cat WfcST VIEW. Will Skillmau was at homo last week. Hunter has returned home. Mr. Ellis Roberts is quite sick at this writing. School will close at this place December 22i d S. M. Henninger returned from I.ouls-vlll- o last week. Prayer meeting at tho M. E. church every Sunday night. Misses Cora and Essa Matthews went to Hardlnsburg Saturday. Misi Ada Goodman Is visiting relatives and friends in Hardin county. Mr. John Skillmau was the guest of J. E. Mathews Wednesday night. Mr. M. Cootns has lately purchased a houso and lot in town and moved in.' A meeting was held Saturday night at the M. E. church in which a choir was organized and 28 members enrolled. Mis3 Neddie i iff "" rm a i?) ft ?JL 11 v p Ski 1 If FT Fully able to please nnyone who wishes to. buy to tell an editor what an excellent paper ho is ftr !l II I r,l lienliny ntjstn an Kn gunnlM making through editorials, clipping coon. I like to All Business Improving,- - and Ap- from exchanges, and otherwise ; but Vr,I,knnw low ncckunrr pretly, nn X-MAS compliments' aro so cheap and palaver so fi.it lie crrmn, pearances Promise the Most Proi (lank-of- f like Anvlt's nice to'walcli the wultrers n pninln' plentiful; there is ejtoppagc, and a perons Season To Be Just Now a'dreain; to a perpendicular lino from that of llul fej- inc the sweetest music tliat was ever sit If you don't want to buy, wo will advise you not to visit, us, lf(ou do you Budding. commendation taken, if indeed there to tunc will be compelled to buy, for you cannot resist tho temptation, as our stock and a march in the is not an about-fac- e i'uTlhc chorus of them 0 mi' lioyi n cliasln ' '' ' is so complete with desirable goods at such 11 itu'riMi:s iir.Tiii'.ATiMJ.. Jf n cooiir direction of accusation and quarrel. . i It's besthow,lat'tfib beginning of this, lowtlicmlionn'' would yelp an' caper as us 7" 's TI(jjnrnuTactiIjf6r, publiajifd in Lou to tell llahiug. My youngsters pranrcd aroundl You will be bound to take n few of them in undtrfout uu' frokt laid lavlllt', tlm following 'list, of Thfdiad leavet house is but a few steps ftom Tfc ii the ground, & & Soutliorn inSubrles renovwngpneratlons, the Ohforlver blily tho street to cross 1,c Jic couiitryl ieeiiicd tninsfi(!Beed y nfter tempornry suspensions, and of new, audiyou are at tho brink of tho bluff. A grand display or Men's Neckwear Ladles' and Genti Gents' line Silk Smpenders. VI. V. nu.H .w.., f Js 1 j "And, Joseph, we aro up hero on the An' ail nntiTrVfwhi propitious foivto kctchtliuj Spcs'slnrting up: Silk Handkerchiefs, Ladles' and Gents' Linen Handworked Handkerchiefs, tSo copper works at Ducktown, Tcnnr banks of the Ohio I always wanted to siy uui cuun s, 3E-u.fLercih4 you liet I n(ri'V(orgott?n h "v I reltwhenwe cssec, liavo resumed operations for Iho live on the Ohio!" Daughter called to ' winter. wat boys Library Lamps Swinging Lamps, Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Cruot Sets, Chamber Sets, my memory tho other day that exclamatf( 'ihey,Wsn'tone fn nil th crowd could beatt Water Sets, Fancy Chinaware of all description. Tlio Glen Grove Coal Company, Glen tion of "Mama's," after wo had gotten to r r.-I ) rnakln' noise, G-ood- s, Grove, West Virginia, lias rsuned min- the pnrsonngo here in the fall of 1881. niiTjoubettyc J kfji', still enough nnlelVvejA ing operations. Jt prompted mo to step to tho door and Ladles' nnd Mines' Muffs, Faclnators, Table Linen, Napkins, Chenille Coven. The Globe Democrat Free. raised coon, The Uiverslde Steel works,at WhOol-In- look out at the Ohio. How cumulative ' What can you buy nicer for your wife or daughter than a nice Any reader of this paper can get The St. There Was Miirphys, there was lllllcar), there AVest Virginia, have resumed opera- 'is sentiment through magnetic touch of there was men; has bo)s an' -- A'phenomena, made sacred by association Louts Globe Democrat free. Read tho 3Li tions in all departments. There was fellers there I've plumb forgot Hows gentlyl Tho bend tho offer, on another page, and take advanis the wish from Ihe Great Bargain May ercryone have a MERRY I was young ngiln! and tho nail jfae-- j The Ohio Two scrap furnaces Isn't tage of it at once. Tho Weekly Globe Wccif rlcd clubs .in' axes, shotguns an' muskc- - tory of tho La Belle Mills, of Wheeling,! 'river make's 'round to tho northwestward Store. Quoits as in reluctance to any southward flow, Democrat is now issued in Semi weekly t up. large g.Hne when we West Virginia, have started Oh, you bet we loaded ler has been called Bell's bend; but under sections, eight pages each Tuesday and, & - Went alter coons! Business has bpen resumed at !the enchantment of scenes of sunset, and Friday, sixteon pages every week.mak-in'- g BRANDENBURG, KY We'd light out fcr tall timber, a dozen toys an' mills of the Gardner and Icy Lumber, others of gleaming radianco of reflected it practically a Semi Weekly paper .Company, of Georgetown, South Carolina, istars through shimmer of the waves unonly ono dollar a yet the price remains oW 'the lireth'aUJ dark We'd scratch but faces Tho blast furnace, rolling mill jand der from the Ornayear In politics, it is strictly Rern'pll-can,b'our shins on logs, hungi ppiko iworks ofjh!) AHegienyConipanv, It gives all the news, and is absoment, I've beeri inspired to qualify tho IliitwcnevdrSvhliied lir whimpered) we of Iron Gate, Virginia, have started up. namn by an icsthetic, if not poetic, touch on like Dan'l lloone, lutely indispensable to tho farmer, mer' Tel jve pulled up under some big tree Hi it held ' I After a.shut'down of several woldcs renaming it Bellview bend; and the chant, or professional man who has not coon. a corn-fethe time to read a largo daily paper, and tho knitting mill at Scotland Neck.1 new name is gradually creeping to the Sometime the game would bo Inside a holler In rterth Carolina, has resumed manufacH lips of tlio people. Cloverport is lf yet desires to keep promptly thoroughly - i the tree, I posted. Sample Copies will bo sent aud half, by Clover creek, that AnJ.somctlmc huggln' n big limb, too high ler tiring. -- ! freo on application to Globe Printing Jus to tee; & Co's planing mills, at irar-- ; is spanned by a bridge near tho point of Exley Boiler, Fire, Life, Accident, Plate Lib. AnWomctlmei lower, his ol' cheeks Hi round ii tin's Ferry, West Virginia", 'have been' its junction with tho river tha main Co., St. Louis,Mo. la balloon- ft V .. - , - ,, - .. - n . dowjipf street of tho Town city crossing it. put in operation after a shut TlCit clost at hand er out o sight, you bet he was see I writo Town with a capital T (You ! r . 'j our coon. ...... J? M tr j. k -, iBjrnjing- -' and city with alittle c.) Mr. Short's New York Underwriters Agency, nmetlln,i)boutftTcoon'srhysIqiie'tliat( The.BaJcTef $h Aetna, residence is to tho southward o the ? 'alwavs makes me laugh- -. FRE5H OUTBREAK IN BERLIN. ham, Alabama, has resumed operations Orient, Lancashire, bridge, and at tho beginning of the curve A lace as solemn as a Judge nn' the Inriiln' " ; giving employment to about fifty men. Y. Fidelity Oasuality Co., N. Niagara, of a calf that gives tho rythmic view upon which " Alarm Jpr Its invasion of America is stated that the Tennesseo Coal; I camped on bis trail the sharp- It Dill when us boys bo often ga.e, in meditation of what Mutiiaf Benefit Life Ins. Oo., Newark, N. J. " Inosedol'bufloon rroiTalid K'allroa'd Company will bloTir "Mama" said about tho enchantment . Well Founded. fer he knoweiNhe Fmiml out It wasn't funny, CLOVERPORT, KY' its twqfiirnnces in Birmingham, Ala thoro was to her from the Ohio. A river Office at Breckenfjdge Bttnlc, , .. ,d J was our coon. b.iiiiH, known as the Alice plant. Tho telegraphic dispatches of January thus become a liquid tongue in convcrso Sometimes we chopped the tree down sometimes 21st icport tho outbreak of cholera anew, Orders have been given to start up the with the clouds, whilst my soul some we used our gun; in Uei fin, Qa cases and 11) deaths being shook 'Im Riverside furnace at Benwood, WestjYiri times, tranquil, sometimes heaving like1 Sometimes one of us dim' the limb an, reported. "" jdown for fun; ginia, as soon as possible. This furnace tho sea is snnttpn by the love of tho Just now, when nn epidemic of Asiatic er be ' He inlght keep us , workln' there all night, cholera Is among the alarming possibili.hasJjcerUdlQj5iico. July 10. firmament, out of which the stars seem -- , - 7 mTgM1roirp-fctty-Knn,' ties, all stomach and bowel troubles asTholknilting mill at Mobile, Alabama to bo doing their best to tell of tho glory Hut we never' lel'ontel wilgot thatisassy, ringsume an importance beyond tlio ordiTmI..',1 ' ; . .i. .formerly ownetLby AVzBC Kyle, Jias to which earth's dear children are invitrhnn, nary, and should meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera inWe allcrs aimed to ehxlc ,Iouni1tnSaSi2,,er beeapurchased by Thaddeus Harrison, ed. LetJus sing as wo ascend, reponsive "Lord, we ure vile, conceived In In, fantum, diarrhea, dyscntary, ilux, colic JT where we'd roainjl to the chime of the golden bells: "Be ld.has beojflpijtinjpperation. born unholy and unclean, And and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatulHut more'n once whenfWJIght ketched us, we from the man whose guilty face. Sprung Tho'icottoriseed oil mill of the Etowah yo lifted upl yo everlasting doors," and m ency, distress, after eating, etc., all point was seen miles fronrSume; F Corrupts his race and taints us all." let' tin pilgrims pass. They aro weary, conclusively to a bad condition of tbo JSI "' An' 1 mind ntlme especial, when we all got back iVlliance Company.of Gadsden, Alabama, There aro what thoy call tho Bkipjacks, stomach and bowols, and all such disor' thas been riilrchasea nnd pus iaoperotiqn oh, so wearyl under weight of shad al Liloo- n.. f lb( wator as he ders should bo corrected at once. i s1 r'B a fisli that flirts up out of thq ows? Wirf. haloids &Sah 2 I I Stumntown. W. Mr. II. an ! wnthoJjluff, ,duy J dashes for a minnow or A fly, that of tho Vnr. says:- -L. Wilson. - WmMiLqIH - ,iI4iad-a-tumble-d"Llchtninirllot-Drop- s """ Cdf4)tMJ5nlpi,is the-l1iooldylng"(haProhoy Takes Wings" do23"not loso 'its of any ono punctuYou folksc'n bine jer pirtles, yei nSkers best medicine I over used for pains ; for rcor-- , beforoyesterday that came near pertlnenco witii tno uignt oi iimo. uouu euu mm Teun., has resuraeil business alter iu..ci vcr balls. call tho Methodists. Loyal cramps aud colic in children, it can't be ating, with a period, my bother about sects would appreciation of the value of dollars will induce you to buy An' patternife yer oper house, and ha'ntrrer- ganization, and is now operated as the ".original, birth-sin,- " Methodist as I am, jealous and zealous, beat. For flux, it is tho king." of retriclothing of us . You will not need wings to raise you up tho law your or concert halls, Pratt Ginj Ilanio aad Plow Cpmpany. Wesley-Ia- n iur. iv. JJ xJiuiiniiiaiiii', ui xuuiuji, ... to the price. You can stand flat footed aud take them m. and the life. Tho descent is a I merely call them transfers. Ilut fer me ihe sweelcs' music that was ever set Vn., has this to say: "Last April l had Hardware) bution, What do you think of Boy's Suits at $1 and Boy's Overcoats at Tho Birmipgham, Alabama, Christrian Advocate, Atlanta Ga. ' to tune precipitous one, and losing my balanco an extremely severe nuacK oi uiumii-- , 90c. and Ladies' Fur Trimmed Cloaks at $2.50 and lots of other them country dogs sung when Specialty Company has put its plant at with a can of worms in ono band and my Nov. 0, 18!K). Was the psalm actions of my bowels in Cloverport, Ky., had twenty-on- o goods in proportion. Do you want something for Christmas, they'd raised a Long Crick coon. less than two hours. I took three doses East Birmingham In operation again, Ashing rod in tho other, hero I go l a if you do lustily right to our houso and find the largest stock J K. Calkins. of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved ponUiSjq A Good Thing to Keep at Hand. alter, anjdlencss of Toys aud Holiday goods to bo found in tho county. Our stock iog at the foot receiving me. Mercy "fiitheepiiblttlU l! ' 'I'JllllTH ill mo instantly." from tho Troy Kansas) Chief. will stand the closest scrunity and patrons are invited to InTho iron fnrnaco of tho Ashland, Ken- -' what a shock! There I lay, wracked Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surspect it carefully. Some vears ago W3 were very much ' ' ' 't'ocky; Coal, i Iron and Railroad Company, with paiji from tho.concuasion, so para-Jyee- d est, quickest remedy over compounded Prevention Is Better1 subject to severe spells of cholera morbus;' for each nnd nil of tho above complaints. J5Uij and as to wonder if I must die. But Than n cure, and those who are subject resumed operations November symp- Moreover, it cures nil pains, external and any ot tlio Dec , my daughter came to the brow of the and now when we feel to rheumatism can prevent attacks by another furnaco will blow in abau toms that usually proceed that ailment, internal, and Is the best safeguard known ' bluff (why iust tlien is ono of tho myster to destroy tho evil effects ot a change of lm keeping the blqod pure and freo'from the 1st. such as sickness at the stomach, diarrha-water or diet. Pleasant to tako. Sweet of. 'Wheeling, ies,) and her voice, "Pappie, what's tlio. You can The Bellair Steel Works, acid which causes the disease etc., we becomo scaiy. Wo have found ened, children liko it. Lightning Hot rely upon Hood's Sarsaparilla as a West Virginia, hav6' started hp after a matter?") was resurrection music. She Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dia- Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, remedy for rheumatism and catarrh, also four month's shut down. Tho ''furnace' crept 'down to me, found my spectacles, rrhea Remedy tho very thing to straight at 25c, and 50c. a bottlo, on the guaranfor every form of scrofula, salt rheum, alone gives employment to two, hhndred gathered up my worms, untangled iny en ono out in such cases, and always kept J tee : No relief, no pay. Try it once. Bo not deceived. Look for Trado-Mar- k , tackle and helped mo' laugh. Tho hand i , bolls and other diseases caused by impure peopio. t it nbout. Wo aro not writing this for a gathoring herbs. Mado only that' planted the lachrymal glands also pay testimonial, but to let our rcadors of nativesMedicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. tones and vitalizes the whole blood. It The Donald Lumber and Manufacture ot-ottvtby Hrb T7"V . X strung tho risiblojriervcs. The. father in know what is a good thing to keep handy .DJUJ OJTXVJ.XN VX, FathA New Peach. resume business operations tinder tho the parable, who, typed the dlvlno In tho houso. For salo by A. 11. Fisher, Hood's 1'jlijj are. easy and gentle in meet that wo should ' s Mr. D. I.. Talbot, of Elizabethtown.Ky ' hamei of tlieTiSouthSnuI.uihlieF Manu- er said: "It was Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, effect: " make merry." facturing Company. has originated a lato October peach that I got up' from beside tho log against Is pronounced by experienced horticulThe oldrtWianUlo Glass Works, now JgS-ETJSlIJJ limped over to GO.RFIELD. turists to be tho finest lute peach on Welt Virginia Window Glass which I had fallen, and called the in lif i to go on West Virginia. tho river. It's good policy earth. It Is a beautiful cling seedling, Works, otf)Yoll8l)UrK town is allvowitli.ChYBtmasshoni to get wellj ( Our Mrs. Dr. Ilarned is convalesent. alter 'being idle for nine yt have to your work, or toyoursport, fine slzo and color and a most delicious don't go'to bed and feed your feebleness Doe Carman is very busy prizing to- eating peach. Mr. Talbot has a small ,ln4A1 nn nrrntn In full. Owen" went to IryingtonTast It. W. .,. ti li.in.i.1 . WBIilf IM Mlf ifca. with gruntd and grumblings, nursing bacco. numbcrof trees now j ready for setting, ?veek. Tlio Gardner & Lacey Lumber Com- ybur complaints into mastery. And so Dr. Harned was called to see Mrs. Ed which ho has reduced? in price from ouo returned from Louisillo pany'sj plantj, oatlieisjand opposite; j 0. W. Dean In sinning, turn off from tlio atlalr in tlollnr to fifty cents each and is ready to iFriday. beoTrgeto?VD,.Jkiutj OrolhiaJllA been practical renouncement of tho folly, and Davis Saturday. J ' J. T. F. Owen went to Bowling Grgen Irecetitiy foverhauled Mind" put fit firs don't visiting his uncle, D. fill orders at once. Jas. L. Macy is sniflle and whine and whlmpor llast week. class condition, under tho personal super- - about it.s That's tho way I would have C. Johnson, of Bowloyvill6. 5 ReyMtutledgo'condnctedwBcrviceaiin jyision'fcyMr. E. J. Marsh, their nqw ddno, had I over sinned in this life. Wo aro glad to learn that Mrs. Laura rSiinntlntanilinL who came from Baton $ ill 1tho hall Snndayvenhjg. 1 can always qajtch' more fish (or should Compton is recovering from a serious OF is RouKe, Louisiana, and has taken quite a i Mr!lKobert,HaynesrofWhitesviUe I put it flsheo?) when dlone. If any onq ness. visiting nt Mr. II. K. Dean. capital stock of tho company. is with me, I go Co talking tjieology, and sharo of tlio Mr. Jesse Bell and Miss Salllo Macy They came they bought as thoy nevMlssSallie Moorman has been quite Tho mills' and dry kilns were started in look around to tbo countenance of my are visiting Miss Kinnm Hell, of Ixxli-burer bought before. And still they come. for the last two weeks. already loaded nick full blast, and they have Capital Stock 25 000. companion to seeif my talk take's. Tho And still they buy. Progress is our W.J". Dean Sr., went to Owensboro two largo vessels at their wliarVes this nod of tiff head of ono listening, is like ' Surplus $7 600. Brown will bo nt homo watchword. Busy yesterday busier toMiss Jaclo JnlHs emeekfor No,w York. These, llast week to hear Talmago lecture. tho dance or dart of a cork whon n fish Christmas to spond n week with her day. Wo must not only remain firm on Of men. 0. F. HEARD, President. lisa Georgia Robertson will t nt ploy a large number Jerks. "Doctor, look; you'ro getting a parents. j the ground already gained, but advance WILL MI LLKll, hom'e Saturday to spend tho holiday. whilst I was bite! jerkl'' And so it Is; advance! Stops are risky. Standstill Macy has returned from Mr. Wm. M. II. BEARD, Cnhier. See our Insurance Ad 0. B. & 0, T. ' by a side fetch, tho "doxlo" Pushing, pushing, Mrs. W. Y Worthara is the guest of means stagnation. Vino Grove acoompanled by his friend, O. W. DEAHD "j Skillmau. of my friend, tho fish drew my cork un pushing all tho timo progressive, active her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. It. JDean. - -- Dire tor Mr.'Lancaster. MORRIS E8KRIDQE J dor, andnow, hqro it is; a littlo chub. nnd energetic. That's how wo reach and ; Miss. Bettie Webb, of tho Heights, Perriu's school closed Dec. 15th. Tho R. M. JOLLY. For a lame back or for a pain In the Whacff&njbera'of theso'' .catch! I've ' ' J ' stay at the top. R. ON TIME DEPOSITS epont last week with her sister, Mrs. all regretted parting with their INTEREST PAID ry saturating a pieco ,of scholars side or chest, - teacher very much. camo to this Ho 'WOwen. ?&" flannel with Chamberlains' 'Faili Balm if No0 uithafiamBISTI3QC1UTT. MOST IS QClITITI. 1 neighborhood a perfect stranger and gainMia Kdna Robertson spent several and binding it onto the aflectet parts. crushes it and tho ed a host of friends. Wo hopo to have the guest This treatment will curd any ordinary , duys n Hardinsburglast week ' hail turns black loIMlB8,BU4by. Wo have a largo lot of flue overcoats anil case in ono or.twb. days, .Pain Balm lso 'nnd comca off The Mr. Haynes' for our next teacher. thumb swells and suits. Wd want to turn theso into money is with deep regret wo writo that cures rheumatism. 50 cent bottlo for sale j It V. is" poulticed and Seo our Insurance Ad 0. B. & 0. T. and to enable us to do so wo have cut the Mrs. II. II. Moorman is sinking rapid- bv A. It. Fisher, Cloverport and 'WitW & the , man ' lays Skillmau. prico way down. So buyers of clothing is' expected at any time. Meador, Hardirisburg. ly aud her death up." Now look CREAM may come In confidence. 1'rico will not at another case. 5 who hasJeen visRecently Married Mrs. Kale Bennett, They "Were Tho thumb 'was BEM AD&M8-AB:lfTEstand in tho way. e iting relatives Intyio coinmunlty,jreturn- smashed just tho Tho Estill Kaglo tells of Judge il Hit .t't 1 ' ed to' he? homo in IrvWton1aBt Tburs- I parpe nut the man $ '1 I excusing a juror for coming lato to ' y. T was not laid up an court. Tho juror said tho bed fell down ' Faraer'LodEtes.the Deane- J idiiV hmirl II A hud n. YEARS FOR Hats and winter woolen goods .for men, field Dosnerado In Jail. jbqt&sfi Jir. IjWner's Oplden Relief. with him nnd his wife tlireo times dur- Has lod all Worm Romodlos. a E. II. Dean lias rcturnea irom uwens women and children was never in finer FlUS ,Ho,pqurea someln,tc.,n. cup and dipped ing the night, and whon ho did finally rvleltllia li Imrn. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Bhapo (o meet the .deiriands than right .tils thnmb.ln.lt. soon as hart. It is get to sleop he slept too late. The Judgo Jbrotherl'r!:y.Jil:,bcVAe,MN'hUW.la' noWeovbred'WUh-thin plcco of cloth v BOLD EVERYWHERE. now. l'rlces, styleB, cjuklities'are' bound you were not A very critical condition. , Relief. IIo works closed his remarks thus:"If ( residence., near Dcanefleld, about vno. rM4 r riciuudsos Micg co., st. tons. to interest you. We will as usual taku raw. gei month ago and ralst d a' row and shot' m"uVu1i l Js toot.sorp though yetform. so recently married I would not oxcuso great pleasure In showing yoo what wo f moLAWtUledi No.inattfcr will I don't want it to happen again. P. Hi,lll.wfarj vth ltrfght along- and in you, but liaVe, telling you the prico and more Tlio (jrcatcstrcinmly extant for en Jycttfomeclded-chpge-for,the-bcttoeweu. muiinmaraaYortwMviu where It Is applied,- Winchester Democrat. Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hoarse than phased to put a few bundles into cannot ixfat oth.iW48noaiturfJ hstoWedaewlay at" nous, Ilronoliltls. La Grlpno and They hava the sympathy Of tho entire conveyance ntad bid you a' happy adieu dew can Among, tho incidents of childhood that Whooping Cough Is "C. C. C. ; ., -- , .- -' community. j, TtM r .Tr- - -- -until you'eomp agatri. Cotrio in and ftder yt$ ferMit Btin ravs. stand out In bold relief, as our memory " Certain Cough Cure." farmers, , .llVjng )li UIM IJUIgMUVIliuwr &te4 fetwttWiyjMiaiblcrnally, and cures reverts to tho days whon wo were young, havo a chat with us even if, ypil dou't 0 ocjotb comcj bubhiw eoHipjainia, uuz, .uypvp-i' Liver and Kidney Cure. none aro more prominent than severe Tho arrest was, mado, about want Jo buy. etc, etc.; also Sidropa on a small sickness. Tho young mother vivh'ly re. I'arks'SureiCure th only, guaranteed Wed nesday nfuht and Coleman, left for lum? iKtfr,ofl jtyto hours cures members that it was Chamberlains Cough prisoner about- sore Bro,.jini,Ii?oiu"pv!"". ,, remedy. Its action ie rjujck and positive Hartford wjtli his Itomcdy cured her of croup, and in turn baok-acj- o sick-hea- d o'clock a in. Thursday, arriving' nereKiteureaany await mat jius miiuuiiiiu-tand Will stop that administers It to her own offspring and Onto tkblespoonf ul dose cures sale by with tho boBt results. nolio A Aosltlvo'speclfle for all dlseascs- - nlimitnnrle.' when' the prisoner waJt?onis.J La.' Grippe." ffitrtr flitappointt oaia.ana always Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt A BULZER'S. A. B. of wonian. Why suffer when it will. .placed Ir jail, to hwalt lils" trial -'- Htyi certain, Money reiunclea ii satisfaction Meador, Hardlnsburg. ford licraldi u.tio glren. Tata bottle, home you? A. It. Fisher druggist. euro .ullc from now onlel Lively Motion concert lmll (lilt f'd ifiveycm nil ycr Industries of the South Are I. D. - I aili tempted boiih'Uiiich I " i m-iJsfu- 1 2 g, 'night-whisperin- d J 1 1 divid-ed,'ha- : ' Theso I've named old landmark Baptists. They pull so hard, and It requires such big bait to tempt one. And then they have such sharp fins you get your hands pierced In getting ono off tho hoo$ and string. The blue cats I've named a Baptists. They'll blte-a- t naked hook; they've got no batter sensa. Now and then I hook a littlo silver side 'pisclopiau. It Butters like dancing There is a and gleams irsthetically. that I find creaturo called the water-do- g n means of grace. It is after tho order of certain men 1 know. Yes, and one or two women a lump of rich fertilizer at tho root of my patienco. It is on 'the lizzard or scorpion order, only it lengthI was ens out to a tall that Is In uncertainty as to whether my hook was caught in a bunch of water grass or a pilo of trash at tho bottom. They take your hook like some people take your talk, slow, sullen and dull. I pulled gentlyandheroit camo to tho surface, its head on tho frog style, eyes expressionless, with foro leg outstreached liko an alligator's. doctor," said "Dat's ere olo warter-dog- , a little negro standing by watching my line. It sank back, sullenly, and 1 asked Ho alio littlo negro about water-dogs- . give mo no satisfaction. I caught could ono of tho horrid things tho next day. Tho custom is, when one is caught, to cut off the hook, leaving a foot of the attached line, crush its head and iling it back and let it float away. I w asn't posted, and endeavored getting this ono off of my hook My, how slimy! To class it religionistically (mind, now, I don't say religiously, I'm to reverent for that) put me to my trumps. What a range my fancy tookl Peopio came to my mind whoso faces and whoso movements were suggested by the bugger. I was on the vergo of despair for an analogy or resemblance to classify my new acquaintance when at last it came with a pop, of a cham 1 liko a cork from tho mouth pagne bottle. It was an orthodox elder come to Inquire if I had a copy of tho New York Observer; Unwanted to know whether the synod had,donu its duty in questioning that crank of a heretic, Dr. Briggs. I accomplished tho task at length, with my knife, of disengaging the thing, passed it back to the river and went on fishing, repeating to myself, orthodoxically : fish-lik-- Here We Are Again! PRESENTS DPxices ' X-jO"s- Clothing, Boots Shoes, Hats Caps, Sills: Ml ZDxess k: Geo. Yeakel o o Co., ut CH&S. B. & 0. T. SKILLSTAir, INSURANCE. Glass, Bonds; 'CHOLERA '- 'V! 'WWWWW 'ir J f i38St3,j7Tn r . 'IF II JM oney lakes W inesl ;? t 1 o - . ojufive s , w?4 YI30L2I an uk Jacob &Meyer, nrn L J. i llar-dinsbu- iVVVVVV 'fcrVVVtryW A loueh-L- ) own. .Cl BANK A Rushing Advance. g. HAHDINSBUEG nt This V -- IS Psa , WORMS! WHITE'S 20 The Bed-win- s ' j 1 yiii VERMIFUGE 4Pact ' Our tfntflreft-SvetV'Uh'th- 3ln&ly,th rMlHanritiWr .- Dress - JmfP9 flM vmm ?"? Goods, & i' fo-da- v, Shoes, & V r "IT" aye, Hoben, Inrdinsburg,.Ky. xvV THE BREOKENRIDGR NM8, OLOYERPORT, BRECKENRIDGE KEWS. : KY. ' rnoSrieAoarantwlflie.l.p i bfnd- - Dill. Ditto in ery slow ly,iinpro lug. Mrs. Judgo Bawling' sisttr fiom Up1'iiEsiDENT Cleveland anil 'fc'ecretaiy ton is with her. Carlisle aro spending their holidnjs W: hope next week to catch up with Some 0110 piinled M.tlu slieet rul last cnl TIiiid fjtt'rd. ' T iluekliuiitliut with th " Don't bo offended Saturday night. our.correspondciits. MaU'atid Kxprfts going Kit 9 .48 a.m. IfyouriteniH do not appear promptly. west .10. an a.m. Mrs. B. F. Willett is spending the tfznrasi The J'lunter's House lit Owensboro Wo intend you shall all have n hearing. week in I.ouiflill(. Kat a.li n.ra, Wlt....7. . 9 2S p,m liaS eSlw Itilo tlio hands of n receiver. We appreciate your good work for the L.d0l'tWjHiWUBaKHaJtot..-ftS.-- ; Mias I.eiia Drnry is hi ie In her slaill.47fa.m. News und intend you shall bo heard. ter, Mrs. John Fnikes. j," . 9.2V a.m. . " Wosjj 1 i f Miss Blanche Jolly will spend this grand 'jury hain-dicfe- d Wo wish you, ono and all a linppy and A IUVnlsscounty prosperous New Year. week with Mrs. Frakes. tlio "Texas" roml for n failure to irK nrc aiitliorlrcclUu announce KT.IJAll I comply i UOAItl) a:icanilIiUlc for I. omit y JuJfir. Mr. and Mrs. J It. Trent arc nt Wolf ultil illC SUparato ro.lell net. lijcct ta the action of Urn Democratic iwily. STEPHENSPORT. Creek to visit relatives. to announce JOSKl'H M. J S. IUrkkii, Bardsloun, Ernest Fountaine, llnidiusbnrg Acadtlio WK are nuthorlredcandidate lor County Judge wealthest man inofNelson county,Ky.dead, . B. A. Smith was in Louisville last emy, is homo Jan: 1st. a a in 'till autjeit to the action of the Democratic P"ty. week. Gnbo Board was the guest of Miss UQjlcavcattn cfelatealiled atfo.'.OOO.OOO. Mrs. S. II. Dix is yetqullo ill at this FORCeUTV;CUBK.J $ Virgio lthodcs on Sunday. writing. TK are uthUe.lto KSoJcJOHN n OAXmiMtfEsliiinCllieTannoiuice-ments Mrs. Julia Ditto Iteeso w ill leave for her Walter Moseley is nt homo to spend Clerk, mbject to llii action oT the ciiiocral!c Inserted should not fall to ac- the holidays. home in Ohio on Thursday. party. company saino by a $o bill if they want Miss Parr will spend the holidays with Miss Kinmn Moseley is at home to " " FOB MILEB. the family of Mr. Win. Bhodes. spend tho holidays. Tri?are authorized to announce J. STUAHT them to appear promptly. forjallcrof iW DejKltNKl"! K ai a candidatethe action or Tim McAulifle, Jr., nnd Mis3 Lillic Miss Ella Smith returned to her home, Sow: of the largo cities aro providing llfcckenrldje County, nuliject to Shacklctt were in town Sunday. the Democratic party. Hardinsburg, Saturday. r forllieir unemployed labor by civimr Tho Aid Social at Mrs. S. P. Woolfolk's Joo English, who bus been very ill, is tbuur work on their sticcts, breaking "On! they are wise next Friday night. Evorbody go. able to go about the house. rock at 10 cents an hour. Who advertise J Miss Hilda Mattiugly and brother, Geo. Hook, of Hnrdlnsbiirg, passed )l InlnteVBp4H' Albert, were in town last Saturday. Becent developments show that in through our town Saturtlay. And fall ; the palmycst days of Jesse James and' Mrs. Sargent, Louisville, visited Mrs. Mr. Joseph Adkisson spent Thursday But wiser yet ' -- "' bis gang tliQ cietico of train and bank! night with his brother, L. It. Adkisson. Dowdy nnd Mrs. Abo Ditto last week. t, Aro they, you-be; PV robbery was only in its infancy. Mrs. Ben Lay and Miss Anna Bassett The oyster supper and auction will M 1IU UUVUI ICL Ul " were in Cloverport Inst week on busi- como of (Monday) nt Masonic At all." A ciiank by the naino of Schwartz nt-- ness. Hail. Misses Ktttlin Doweil and Pearl Walls, John 1 Hopkins, a Dcnibcrat, has" tempted Jo kilLMnyor Tyler, of Louis-- ,' Mrs B. II. Brashear and children will o clock Tuesday. He ol of Sample, are guests of Mrs. G. W. spend Christmas with Mr ami Mrs. E. been elected Mayor of CIiicagoT jected to having the city limits extended. Payne. Wimp. A new Atlantic cable w ill be laid bei Saturday was a right busy day here for Miss Ida Edmonds nnd Beall Grinnell I tween Ireland and Nova Scotia next "hie new council otigni io proviue a Santa Clans. Hnpu all tho little ones will visit Mrs. .John Mattingly's family smkirig'fumt for the redemption of the were remembered. spring. this week. Mr. Phllo Hawkins and family, Union 1 Judge Samuel E. Deflaven, who died shop bonds when they fall due. Five' Willio nud Charlio Cnsperko aro at day at their old homo home, as usual, for plum pudding and recently at Lagrange, Ky., left an estate years have already passed and not a dol Star, spent lar is laid up forthat purpose. on "Orchard Hill." valued at SyOd.OOO. . , j . mince pie. Mrs. Will Lennin, Hardinsburg, will Little Funnio Ditto has an abscess on n traveling nen, said spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. i It is Baid tliat irregularities atn6unting Two her ankle from which she hasb.'en qulto to$l,000,00ahave bcon discovcredin tlio ,iujhu,presoncof heNEWjheotherj and .Mrs. K. A. Smith. a sufferer. day, 1 lint there were no butter or XewYork"Custotn'"lIousor. Mrs. Frank Lacy, (ueo Miss Emma Dr. W. B. Puscy has had la grippe, but proraptcr,paying.mcrchanU bi the, state English,) of Hopkinsvillc, is tlio guest of is steadily recuperating ninco ho camo to fT than. tlio mciehants in.ClovWnort, , A tfrcw Jersey fcrnnk lihs'tbrealen led her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. S. English. his father's. kill Co'ngreHsTiian JRoger s bo Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt Hawkins, and Mr. and Mrs. ('hape.j Wathen spent raiiHe of his ote on tlio Kilver Hill j Newt. MuGlothlaiif of Irvingtnn, is a ihughter, Pauline, of Union Star, spent last week here and returned to Owens. caiulidnle for doorkeeper of the State day witli Mr. and Mrs. Will boro on Tuesday. l iik campaign lor countyollices is Senate with good 'chances, he claims, of Petitt. about to open up in Hancock. Mr. It. Typhoid fever has left Mrs. John being elected. The Senate couldn't git Mrs. Harvey English was taken very Y. IiusbJicmJs, the HtJpr;ountv J,idgo.i ajnorp3dutiul j bn attentive public ser- sick witli rheumatism last Monday. Her Howard with rheumatism and she Isstlll not able to stand alone. Wiiistlino women aro becoming as vant. daughter, Etta, who was away at school, Every night this week is taken for an numerous in the United States as was called home. entertainment of some kind. I'll tell Coi'ntuy sausage is 7)Icntiful in and Georgia electric girls were a few years Our town is still improving in tlio way you about it next week. around West Point sineo tho big railroad of meicliautile business. ago. New store Mr. Kugeno IIurdenty "treated" very jiorkersin Hint neighborhood. starts up at tho beginning of the new f A New York und Ne generously last Friday and he, in return, Jersey syndi-cat- e It is biiited that Si unit Voiing' was up year by Mr, ('has. Wntlingtnn. w is renumbered by his pupils. is acquiring large Irartflof co.tl and there and laid in a big supply and i.H supMtsHGcitriKle Klder, of CheiiMilt, who timber lands in Morgan and Elliot I eoun-tie- s plying liis friends bountifully. Tom and Doo Pusey, Tom F.iiilcigh, its been visiting here, retiirnud home of.this state. Peto Fountainn nud Pies Grinnell would Saturday accompanied by her sister, Mrs. havo loved to havo spsnt Christinas in BiiriKENitiiMjE county will not have a Owen Cunningham nud two daughters. UE.v.3olinB Gordon, United States Bvote in tlio caucus to next Mr. Geo. Jamison gave the school here old Senator,from Georgia will - deli ver'liis, speakor of theiKentucky namo the House, but she quite a surprise treat forX-ina- s' Mrs. J. W. fiichardson is at Vulley candies, famous lecture, "The Last Days of (he will stand on the outside and send up as orailges and nuts. The Proftssors,Owen Stntion, with Mrs. Mattio Adylotte and Confederacy" at Hopkinsvillc, today. big a yell for Carroll asany on tho inside. Cunningham, L. U. Adkisson and pupils will hear Patt! January oth at the Au TiiKrtE is soon to bo another Judicial Breckenridge county is for. tlio lion. A were highly pleased and enjoyed his dibtricl in this stuto'in which a United J. Carroll. s kindness very much for which ho will Mrs. C. G. Moremen is expecting her States Court will buMieldi Tlio now displeaso accept their thanks. sons, Bob, Charlio and Bert, homo for )Tiie merchants of this tovn,?especially trict Is tp Acco'mmodatc the eastern' porthose who advertiso in the News, say Ietms of Interest From All Over The tho holidays. Charlie's wife will accomtion of the state. pany him. their Christmas trade was good, even State. Dr. J. U. Shacklctt, Ekron, took din'IfTiiB commissions of nine presidential better than Inst year. They sold out My wife had been helpless with rheu- ner with us last Saturday. Doctor has postmasters in this State expire next their stocks cleaner and took in more month. The news is from Washington ready cash than last year. Tho same is matism for several weeks and confined to entirely recovered and is looking quite her bed. In less than one week after himself again. that these positions can be had by Dem- true of our out oMown advertisers. using tho Klcctropoise she was able to lie ' ocrats and that all they need to do is That's all right about Brandenburg beout und go to church. to apply. ing left out last week. I didn't know Tiiisgoveriimentisnowspendiiig$0,000,-00- 0 J. II. Hnynes, Owensboro, Ky. these letters were so missed 'till tlio nona mouth mora than she corns or at Since using tho Electropoise I feel at appearance of one. The News hopes that something may the rate of $72,000,000 a year. Tlio Willeast 20 years youncer. turn about in a short time to lighten the son bill reduces custom duties S"0,000)-00Miss Lena Biehardson is home from G. W. Flint, Skylight, Ky. financial straight among the peoplo in so there will be a deficit of $ 142,000,-00- 0 where she has made a proI believe the Electropoise to bo the Frankfort, this section. A good farmer said the which will havo to be provided ,for tracted stay with her sister, Mrs. Clint otherday that the Democrats had to from somo source. The question now is greatest invention of the age. Miss Mat-ti-e Bryant, who returned witli her. McNary, Greenville, Ky. bcaruho brunt of the whole business, how to raise this revenuo ' Joo McGliee, from tho Mammoth, Tho Electropoise has given perfect satwhether they were in any wise responsiLouisville, ato Christinas turkey at homo. ble for it or not. Mayor elect Barry will have to work isfaction in botli cases, ono neuralgia Hugh Ditto cams up from Owensboro to some sort of n scheme to get money tho other rheumatism, and tho results regale himself with home viands. The annual report of Hon John G. havo been perfectly wonderful. Kichard Carlisle, Secretary of tlio Treasury, was enough to meet the ordinary expenses of J. Whelan, Bardstowu, Ky. Mrs. Young lias rooms at tho St Cloud, tho city government next year, as the transmitted to Congress last week. Ho Thanks to the Electropoise for what it where her son, Percy, nnd friend, Dick g council turns over ki empty says there is a deficit of $28,000,000 to also her niece, Miss Irma Gordon, low! to meet has done for mo and my family. It has Craur, tlio expenses of tlio govermei)t. treasury, nnd,a tax rate too 'meet cured indigestion and liver troubles, New Albany, aro spending this week. 'They lie suggests several courses of action by current expenses. wind up.j;o too goody besides giving almost immediate relief Tho Sunday school children of tho M. good towards the deficiency may be met, ono of .which the for toothache. W. E. Willett, Carlisle, E. church were surprised last Sabbath which is an increase of ten cents a by receiving a nice treat of fruit and conTins issue contains tho announcement Ky. gallon on whisky. I have used tho Electropoise in my fectionery. Contributions wero also of Joseph M. Mullen as a candidate for family from my mother-in-la7:1 years sent to our poor children. Anotiiek Pennsylvania manufacturer County Judgo., Mr. Mullen, at the pre- old down to tlio baby ono year old with I heard one of our business men say lias como out for free trade. Whether sent time, is a'JusTieebf the'Peacb in tho happlcBt results in all cases. Several Magisterial district. Ho Is a the this was tho most profitable Christmas or not absolute free trade will bo best for Cloverport of my neighbors-havthem' and all well ho had had for several years. A wagon this country causes various and sundry good Democrat and a clever gentleman pleased. Everybody should have ono. load of toys havo gono and opinions. other things But ono thing is certain, as well, and will no doubt run a good F. M. Callahan, Verona, Ky. in proportion. How's that for stringency there is too much tariir, and a tariff is a race in tliis'section offtbe county. j To mo tho work of tho Klectropoiso is old Hard Times, come again, etc. and so tax which the people lpive ti pay. Jt r I is fast redeeming herself n mistery alniost'n miracle. Kev. J. I. on? C'kIvkhi-omought to be immediately revised by tlio Bodgers, Danville, Ky. in the lino of good hotel accommodations. pretont Democratic Congress. Tho bear at Novltt & Gouh'S looked Tho Electropoise has cured 1110 ot Tho now Heyser House is all that one mighty tlted Saturday'nnd was uvidently I'niontown is just now ono of the fow could wisli for in neatness, cleanliness asthma and kidney trouble. I. Yocuni, sighing for winter festivities to ;omo towns in Kentucky Hint is enjoying a and something good to eat. Tho weary Tuylorsville, Ky. again. Tho music box regaled 1 am wonderfully pleased with tlio ne'er boom. This is caused by the erection traveler ueetjn't jm'ssjhis totn by when Ekctropoiso and would not be without sweet airs from heavy opra, while you and operation of new and large distiller- lie wants to res); his tired, bones or wero waiting for a chance on tho silver ies. Tho' Union Local says: "Tho town tempt his failing appetite. Wo have two it for any consideration. It lias done a for mo already. Mrs. set. world of good is full of peoplo who have no houses to as good Hotels as any town of our preTho Jonsen family wore kindly reJonathnu Beid, Knoblick, Ky. live in, and somo families have resorted tensions. Money could not buy the Electropoise membered Christmas Day. A business to tents. There nro no idlers everylower Main body Is at work and making good.wages." That was an excellent service at the from mo. It has given my wifo won- man ongenerously opened his purse-strinas did others. "Ho Uniontown lias our congratulations. Kim street Methodist church Sunday derful relief from Bheumatisin. C. W that glvetli to tho poor, lendeth to tho Wright, Campbollsvilie, Ky. evening. Tho sermon, the singing and A Blain Memorial Association was the music were worth coming miles to I regard tlio Klcctropoise as tho won- Lord." If wo wish to bo happy, wo must organized, in the stato of Maine last hear. fTlib Skillman Bros, perforin der of tlio Nineteenth century. My make others happy. npring, composed of lending citizens of beautifully'on tho violin and cornet and wife, though not yet well, is better than Misses Mary Pusey, Hampton College; both parties, tho object being to ralso their soul spring strains reach heaven- bIio lias been for fifteon years, having Miss Agues Malin, Conservatory of by volunteer contribution, from tho peo- ward. The most astonishing tiling to us been a constant sufferer and confined to Music; Agnes Wot land, St. Benedict; plo of Maine, a fund for the erection of is that more people do not turn out to her bed with little prospects of ever Daisy Mclntyrp, Logan College; Pearle a statuo to tho memory of James G, theso services. Whother you aro saint being out, but is now up and about. II. Wimp, Stuart Academy and Charlio Blain. Up toa fcwtlayH ugo they had or sinner you could not spend nn hour B Woodward, Hardyville, Ky. Nevitt, Henry Malin, Ilobt. Malin are procured $115, and $100 of this amount more profitably. f The Elect ropoiso has dono mo a great hero for their vacation. had been given by a New York DemoMuin street presented a lively scene deal of good. Isaao Duncan, Luwisburg, crat, who is n nativo of Maind. This last Saturday. Care was forgotten, hearts The new law under tho head of "Bonds Ky. is a specimen of tho memory dear in and Passways" is Important to tho pub I think it is tliH greatest curativo agent wero al young again, good will was tho (?),pcople hold lic, and wo quote from Chapter 2:12, secjwhich thoso in existence. Miss Beulny Dale, Bussell-vill- o ruling spirit to which tho balmy weather itholr greatmen. 'f contributed no- littlo. If n "green tion 20'as follows: "Tho Piscal'Court, Ky. makes n fat graveyard" wo' can expect jJouisvillo-rommercial- , at its first regular term in 1801, and Tnir I nm much pleased, with my experi- to sco tho adage verified. that champion of corporations and monopo- every two years thereafter, shal' appoint ence with the Klectropoiso and bollcvo Cards aro out announcing the marriage lists, is just now devoting wholo columns a county supervisor" of roads, or such It in advnnce of Hny known remedy for ItH space to the fruitless task of trying district supervisors as may bo deemed of tho nonrnl condition of Miss Fannio Woolfork to Mr. Georgo of tho restoration to prove tlmtnbout n half dozen wealthy best, ami may appoint such overseers, as of tho system, nnd It bos been proven so Frymire and Miss Hester Wool folk to residents of Louisville will bo, hope- may be necessary, who shall hold" their practically oh well N theoretically. Dr. Mr. Elvlco Wimp on Jan. 3d, at 2 o'clock at tho residence of Judgo J. F. Wool-follessly ruined If tho Wilson tariir bill ofllco for a term of two years ?rom"tho J. V, Clarke, Augusln, Ky. dato of their appointment, and until Mendo Springs. After tho cereshould pass. However, it Bays nothing My Iiouho was a regular hospital until their successors aro appointed and qualimony, a collation, then n wedding trip about-tha thousands of Louisville tho Klectropoiso was placed in it. A, G who liavo been tolling for thirty fied. Any vacancy occurlng In tho oIlco Kbw8um 1232 Second street. Louisville when Georgo will take his brldo to resido of supervisor or overseer may bo filled' near Union Star. Elvice will locate in oiyearu under the weight of an unjust (fourt until tho next regi Ky." Owensboro. May theso young friends that the wallets of theso heartless, by tho County g corporotioulsts might bo ular term of tho FlsVnl Court. Tho . Tho Klectropoiso restores, wasted vital- early find that truo happiness lies not in fattened. It is a fact that does not need supervisor or supervisors shall execute ity and tlio claims tnado aro not exagger- outward circumstances, but Is found in proving that no body can bo protected bond In,tho Counly Court wlthhf thirty ated. Mrs. G-Bersot, Louisville, Ky. an inward world boyond tho reach of docs the protecting, days after his appointment, with good unless somebody-elsAddress DuBOIS & WEBB, Norton chance or change. Happiness need nevand tho different conditions of theso two classes in tho city of Louisville plainly and sufficient sureties, to bo approved by Block, corner Fourth and Jefferson er bo effected by external surroundings show who has been carrying the load. tho judgo of tho County Couit, for tho streets. Louisvilo, Ky. when our hearts aro full of resource faithful performance of Jiis duties. The 'C. C. C. Certain Corn Curo? That this may over bo bo with them 'till xv roan hack aoiiv.s OryouarenIlHornont,-iHTiroofor nothing Fiscal Court shalUmako tlio supervisor removes eorn. warta, bunion, tlio shadowy twilight of life and "rimes It l Keneral dolilljty, 'I ry or supervisors a reasonable allowance for HioeH and cullotmci. WarrannKunrti'H jku.v jIittahs. frail barque sinks ted, Hcv that C. C. C. In blown Ity" Is my wish, in the ocean of etern. Jtwillcureyou, andirlre ttRooilapiwiltc. Bold services. til dealers In wadlcuie. In every FmMUc TUo mo other. if WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER Jno. P. & V. Q. Babbage, Editors andrroptlit'is so1no coJprcdlsuppH'iikMiUwitlultslnst " 'STfiiiiayftcdUJoii. W. II. SitACKEi.ronn & Co., oneTof the leading dry goods establishments of Owensboru maile nn assignment Yester day. ,. BRANDENBURG. .tip .,..'... I ti,. ..'it. I .....),... .,!..!. I I. .A.. fir. ir.lt.... w..ii!T!r .R. '.Mitt iii.,. riiuvii.vi Kiinno irinu MAjnin, Malin, Minnie Caspcrke, Allio Bold, ' h. Si Tho Union MigsionoVy exercises ..... tot E! rm itt u rrTt-T- T i i i i i m ''9 y , r , 1 '' Pearle Ditto, Ella Dowdeti and Eva Henidoii wcio tho tilling light?, autl bright ouch they are. Mrs. Frank Webb and Miss Allle Bold presided alternately at the orgnu with the rholr rendering efficient service. Bro Cherry cnncTiuTed tho programme with! timely rininrka.;; Father Herbiith celebrated High Mass Sunday at ten o'clock and Monday morning at four o'clock. They take their lesson from tho shepherds who hastened before daylight to where the Christ-chil- d lay to pay Him their adoration and praise. Tho alter wos prettily decorated, Miss Agnes Malin played and led the choir assisted by Miss Fannie lthodcs. Father Hcrbuth's sister has como over from Germany and will live with him nt Pnynesville. HERE WE ARE v HiO'SlD'AYUOODS Wi'nrry'thpilnrgi . FOR'You. 1 V Bt Block nnd assortment in this V-- 'flA - Wvitj 'f i I U.t i I - "f . ( H , 'S ' e,.,- j.t i- -i 11 'i1 !., (M U 'nt l I 3 , m W V"i' I) , l W' I 1, A HARDINSBUR.G. TIME TABLE. OOINO TUT. Passenger Dally arr, Uardlnsbur..12:13 L. H. &. W. OOINO Raisins, p.m. a.m Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg.. V (AST. 7140 r Mr. Henry Eskridge is visiting friends VilIe,-nbou- X-in- 1 well-know- -- ..' tfIIll X-ni- hero tills week. The public Bchool closed last Friday for the holidays. Mies Ella Smith returned from Stepli-enspoSaturday. Miss Mary Henderson, Wtbster, is ' visiting in tho city. Mr. Thomas Duffey and wife nro visiting here this week. Mr. Ed. Wright and wife, Louisville, arc visiting hero this week. , Miss Emma Mny is at home from Webster to spend tho holidays. Miss Lula Jolly camo homo from Louisville to spend the holidays. Misses Maggie, Lizzie and Maud Smith are at home to spend the holidays. Banco Eskridgo is building n neyr house on one of Ifts city lots for rent. Mr. J. B, Honsley camo homo Monday to spend the holidays with his family. Miss Irene Board and Miss Eva Hen-sle- y aro visiting in Louisville this week. Mr. Dion Jolly nnd wife nnd Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wathen were visiting hero rt Prunes, Figs, Dates, 'T'T'M. """' T T Currants Plum8, Oitfon, Lemon Peel, Peo1' r j? "TTEST y k- NUt' Apples, CONS. .- "' & . jj -r Oranges, Evaporated Peaches, Apples, Apricots, Plum Pudding, Jains and Preserves, Candies, Edam Cheese, Pine Apple Cheese, 1 r I 1 Mi Mince Meat, AND LOT!? OK OTHER Etc. SUITAIU.E FOB. GOOD THINGS wri-'cko- Monday. Mr. Charley A'attingly thinks he will make tho mco for county judge on tho 1 - f 0, out-goin- " e 1 Republican ticket. Brother Bntledge gavo u talk to this children nt tho Baptist church lastSuii' day evening at !l o'clock. Miss Emma Smith,, who has been sick most of the summer and fall, is now able to go nbout, amonjj her friends. Mr. Ansolem McGary has. opened a confectionery nt tho stand formerly occupied by Mr. Brown as n saloon. J. E. Monarch went to Cloverport Friday. Probably ho and not his deputy w:ll be a candidate for Mr. Brown's Baloon license expired last week. There are threo others that will continue until after Christmas. Graham Eskridge, Ettel Sutton, Tom Bowmer, Louisville, and Victor Bowmer, Cloverport, aro here to spend the holidays. Tho oldest wooden bridge In (he county Is across Sinking creek at Rosotta. It was built over forty years ago and is still a pretty substantial structure. Messrs. Herbert and Jim- - Skillman, who havo been attending school in Stephensport aro here this week visiting their father, Mr. R. S. Skillman. A letter was received in this city last week from Miss Annie Bassett. Slip Is still in Mexico, nnd making a success as a teacher in ono of tlio mission schools. Tho court room. was crowded Saturday night with a jolly ciowd that went to look at tho big Christinas tree. Mr. Ezekiel Rhodes iplayed old Santa. Clous to the delight of the littlo folks. One of tlio most pleasant social features of the holiday season here, this year will bo missed by tho society loving folks. It is tho annual supper of- - the Fish and Game club. Soaie of the members informed us that owing to the scarcity of game this season they coubJ not get it up, A Card of Thanks. We wish to return thanks to friends at Holt's for tho, very substantial way in which they remembered us Christmas, aud to the friends of Cloverport for many kindnesses. 8. G. Shelly anp wife, i Mn. EniTon Christmas and New Years. VEST. I I 1 V 1 1 I l I I 1 1 I 1 I I I I IT HAWLEY'S Iclttle Cyelone Clothes Washer a joy to every household, making wash day of dread and drudgery which thoueonds of mothers will testify to all along the line. Positively the Best and Choapost Washer ever offered to the Public for tho following reasons: A perfect yonder and ono of pleasure instead fe FIRST It is tho most durable, SECOND It requires less labor. THIRD It will do a greater variety of work. FOURTH It will do tho same amount of work in less time than any other without wearing tho clothes, or fulling or shrinking tho flannel. It is less cumbersome, weighing only two pounds. The principal feature of this Washer is in forcing tho hot water and suds through tho clothes by compressed air, THE PRICE OF THIS WASHER IS ONLY $3.00 THUS PLACING IT WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERY FAMILY. P. S. BELL, Agent, , lrecjknridge Co., Cloverport, Ky. vj t NOTHING TO REGRET Tho grand and glorious feast of the 25th inst. has passed with perfect satisfaction to your Jewelers, and with confidence Wk WW. nHff w afr. Geo. 1? that every purchaser at our store is perfectly satisfied that both Beuuty and Value has been the reward of their out-laWo y. believe that it has blazed out tho path of the futuro and Come right along. convint-cd;th- o people that as good goods' can bo bought at our store aa Your New anywhere and at less cost. SimpIyAwful Worst Case of Scrofula the Dootors Ever Saw Completely If. Turner Ycar'ffpurchjis'cs satisfaction. ' 'show cases. x and all others shall bV crowned .with perfect A full stock of tho very latest always found in otir I r , a - X-m- Cured lv HOOD'S SAnS.lPAJlIZ,IjL. crot-pio- o citl-3cn- 6 year otd'l had 11 sore on the mldiSI? nogr of 'my left haW, which gol so bad. that tba dootors eut'tba finger off, nnd later took oil iaortban halt tar band. Then the tort broke out on my ana, cams out on my ner,ruid (icaon botU sides, nearly destroying tha fight pf ono eye, alio ou niy right arm. Upctors said' it was the " When I was 4 or " '. .!U. Lewis & Co. Your Jewelers and Musical Merchants m A Hardinsburg, Kentucky. Glen-tiea- , tax-I'atio- n, blood-suckin- G. f ylve eer saw It was years ago I btgan tJUko I(oQdfyj'afttrUl. Gradually i found ti the s'oro vrofbla- to heal. I kept on MIL I had,tika' tea ottlei, lew itaUainif Just thin Of What return I got for that Investment!- - A'tfc and per cent f Yes, maayi thoasaad, ifor the past years I have, bad, ngsoe., tlioy Worst Casa of ib6fu),a elmplrwl Before, Work all thwTlmo. I J., 1 ' -- what to say strong enough to express my Igrat Iturte to Hood's HtrsxnaHlla for' rnyj'perfeot ci.ro." O tough W. Turner, i'armer, UaV way, Baratona county.iN. Yt ) L not wekwj,' but' aU HOOD'S PILL8 sVcMiloo and toae the stomach, try them. Jt. culd 4a urn fw), i l.Borrnot GoBirai'tted Suicide. Frank Bulllvan, a prosperous farmer Wednesday, tho 10 inst. Mrs. living near Hawcsville, committed suiMoremen has been a Buflercr for Bt vend cide last Saturday. Ho drove's peg into months and her friends havo known for a stomp and tied a Btrlng to It. The sometime that her demise was only a other end of tho string he tied to a rifle niattrr of a little while. She, was an estimable woman and will be greatly inlsa trigger. He then put tho rille to his ed by her relatives and friends. She stomach, shut his eyes and hacked pfT. leaves a husband and several children Ho was killed Instantly. FeyoraJ years besides many other relatives, to mourn ago he was Insane, but was discharged her loss. cured, ,Mre. W Mri.'X. H. Hereaea Dead. It. II. Moremen died near u ? ' $, TOR BRRGMimNKLlDGEl NRWS, OLOYHRPORt, KY. James M. Lewis, 3 Contractor . Biiilik'i-- . KY. Dr. .Tease Moorman wont IciGletideanp , Orniit Gregory wont to Owonsboro fcJalurday, yesterday. A"liJg reduction In panta Suitor's Sou our Insurance ml. 0. H. A Ol T? thls.wpck, Fred M. Daniel Is now at Spokane, Washington. JoiCuuly;uj OwciisIkho, is visiting Mr. and Miff. Put ruliyy visited iu Owonsboro last week. relatives Imjhisclty. Murray Parr, of Ftenheiispori, was In IlonjMiig Severs and n Iff, of Hardlns- linnr. nrnliiltlii.Vllv. ; lliccity Clfrtaliiuunhiy. Miss Chester Orondorf, of Owensboio, Walter Barger, of Trenton, came down MondayltcMlo miuo .trading. is tho guest of Miss Mary Moorman. vf I Clins. Sawyer, of Owonsboro, is spend-hlg'tli- o Miss Taylor, of Henderson, Ih the liblidajR at'htnio in tins city, t f guest of Misk'NelUV loverly. vis- Mr and Af n. I'n Viinilt'iirrifl'nri! . . -- , . jpju w Skilliuun. Kugenu Kingsbury went to Louls Itle hist Saturday. . ooVERPORT, , Be Joyful from .10 ! Be Thankful $2(5 (o .$18; ! THIS "V v . THE SEASON ' OF GOOD CHEER IS kx ! &. ftSTl'iitfu'iatcs funn'smi on upplluill Ovemiattt marked down from from 820 to $12; f Robert E.Woods, LAW, LOUISVILLE, KY. fiom $15 to $10: fiom $12 to $8; from $10 to $7; from $8 to to $1. $; i ilf And the timft for mnlrino' resolution on a onnA ATOKNEAT Dross aniLBuxinuss Suits from $23 to $17; from I ftt m $18 to $18; from$l-rt- 810; from $10 to $7; from $8 to $5. Hoys' nnd Children's Ulstcrs.nnd Overcoats In tho snmc manner. New YeW.s Day ! SUPPJUElMRN'T. Christmas in Cloverport. MERCHANTS DO A SURPRISINGLY LARGE . TART EARLY:- your Resolution to 'h By m i,a underway.' "Deal with Sulzer's" well G-ettin- g . GOD'S HOLYjWORD. Don't Wait Till Ma- ? To-morro- w. Is Presented to the Cloverport sonic Lodge. COME NOW. IB T January JUHDArl I fl lM HOLIDAY BUSINESS. 7 IK 12 11281 j, MoNDAf I TuyDAf 2.9.16 2330 I J. A 1122 29 Ji 10 25 7APM 9M PM ; VDKpSf3j0i7 2i31 . ThupjdaY I FRiDAr.5.121926 newmooisI flFmTQUWR R WM;WW -- HfeXyCS: 'fiJCO''Vhd W$k ! ferc I. J I- The Town Is Crowded Willi Strangers, and Money Seems To Be as Plentiful as Limestone. Rocks. V 5m DRUNKEN ROWS AND FIGHTS i ? 6DI0H HD7H HlM Mj (fflgJ&SMWmti I QVftg-qtiR- bllri 5IMAM iLfMW t -V 4 i ,: , t .v . pOMlO, THE, RACE Ho I t HORSE i:r-t-il Ihn CrxaU-t- t Twi-- ji )si Domino, tlio racer,' who made for his owfie'rs tliis jvar 170.70, the lurift bum vver'won Jjy oue horse iu1 ouo c.ir in th! country. LA.'.jiiniJ has never Ixn'n le,iten. WU.it-svC- t he iiCiy do or nut do n.s a niutura lluiv I'rcMnrrtU Bolow w ii picturt-otlie Kecno Alurrlcit lliiimcr Bros. Mgi.Kg $! &f$ tfi iiSSSa1 DOUIMX . If H B1 !! will liorse, his record us a rrobablj stand nuemialcd for feomo thuo to come. It will not Hurprio anybody to know thiit Domino h Kentucky Iwrn nnd breil. Ho was fo iled oa the farm of Major B. J. TIioiimh of Lexington. Victoiy iiM irclnil auiu on the banner of the Kentucky horse In toiler this year. Domino's hire was Himyar, his il.un Muuiiio Gniy, a (laughter of Domino i j a black liorR'. It will be interesting to know that as a yearling Doiuiuo was not coniideroil very promt! K It was Miiil of bitu that lie wan too Miiall and that bin foreleg were weak. All tlio ivimo they got them. Tiiey brought tho wmniHj;a of thu Keeno htalilw.thiayearto tho tcpof tha pile. OouiIiio'b trainer ii William Lakeland; fe his lider usually TuraL lleef Cuttle Outlook. The initnenm floods of cattle steers, cows, heifern, bulls and calves of nil conditions from primo fat to Hlrin poor, that have been thrown upon tho market lnrinjr the past year or two can mean nothing elo than that thu rally;." urn j; Kradually depleted of their ftoclr. It miiht lie a practically unlimited bnpply that could stand the drain of the, just two ears without havin-- r its poweir.for turniii),' off incrcaso considerably diminished. If merely tho incrcaso wero beini; tnarketiil, thero would bo small hope of ny bettennent in prices until the ificreajel materially, for the imp-pl- y from tho permanent stock on tho ranges would be a constant ono and would serve to hold prices down. bo-in- i The fact ts, uowever, tnat everything is going. The lebsened supply, has not been made plainly manifest yet for tho reason that the breeding stock has beeu coming along witli the steers, but the breeding stock must soon begin'to ran short, which will directly result in ashort-ag- e of 6teers alro, for tho marketing of ea-jlcow lessens tho future supply of steers by the number that sho might have raised lud she remained upon the range. How nioii 'his condition of affairs will result in n chango for tho better it is impossible to say. There ore other things that must bo taken iu to consideration in determining' tho fiituro of j the cattle trade. The number of cattle on tho farms of Kansas, Nebraska,' Missouri, Iowa and tho other western states has rather increased than diminished during the past few years, and tho supply of steers from these farms is cnormwW. The fact that thero is but a small margin of profit on eacii nniuiul, or possibly none at all, seems to have no influence on the number of ht.rs that are raided. Dvery farmer niUht, have a certain number of cattle to prstnro off bis wasto laud iu Fummer and to cat up his rough feed in winter, and this numlicr lie will keep whether thero Li any particular pay iu it or , not. The supply, from this source will be a cohstant oiio and will serve) tb retard tlie coming of tho Bhoriago wliu has been predicted. Tho outlook then is about this: Tho supply of range cattle, the iieavy marketing of which nt certain seasous of the year and nt other irregular intervals, determined by tho condition of pasturage, tends to depress prices and at be, to render them very fickle, is being lessened and will in time cease to have any marked influence on tho market. On the other hand, tho supply of cattlo iu small bmiches on tho farms is not being lessened, nor is it likely to bo. A muu iu the cattlo business must calculate on tjie cIomi competition of these herds for a long time probably forever. Cattle can bo raised on western farms so cheaply nnd iu such great quantities that scarcely any condition of affairs can drive prices up to the pitch of nino or ten years ago, ami cattlemen must not expect to receive such figures. Thu best that they can lioio for is a steady market at fairly remunerative prices, and they must go to work witii tho idea of raising cattle more cheaply rather titan of receiving double present prices. exchange. j 7 &4 The Masons entertained their friends in royal style last night. They neer do anything by halves. The children will expect It tlio child' rt a will look for it you will liud it iu merry-go-round As a result of Christmasin Cloverport to be satisfied and hapeverybody py. Contrary to all expectations the merchants did a larger business than ever was known before. Thoso who made large preparations for the holidays and laid in largo stocks of Christmas noveltbs, eold out clean, and on Christmas morning, you could not buy a basket of fruit or a toy hardly iu the entire city. On atunlay, virtually Christmas eve, there were more people here than was ever known since "tho evening and flio morning were the first day." People began to arrive early in the morning and soon tlio stores and the streets were crowded with strangers. They were exchanging produce and cash for Santa Clause outfits, and clerks and extra (orces of salesmen were kept busy from eight o'clock a. m. till midnight. Chronic calamity 4 howlers, who had stationed themselves in favorarablo positions to draw1 unfavorable comparisons with this and former holiday seasons were boon put to flight, and no attention was paid to their croaking. The Xr.w s lias interview ed tlio prom-iuemerchants of the town and without an exception eseryono expresses hinls-d- f as highly pleased and pprfectly satisfied with' the result. Where a few luys ago you saw doubting and anxious faces, you now see radient nnd smiling The iinm"nso business countenances. done is a surprise to everybody and it goe? to prove that, w hatever may be the conditions elsewhere, there, are no "hard times" in tlio vicinity of Cloverport. Tlio farmers not only have things to sell but they have money besides, and w'hen they deem it necOsearytheywillspendit. The novelty merchants wero not the only ones that lii a good business, for it seemed that tho saloons were thriving too. Not everybody, but a great many got ou largo calibered "jags" and at times thehcenesin the street wero noj only disgraceful, but disgusting. There wero no serious difficulties, but drunken rows wero numerous, and occasional fist fights bsoko tho monotony of.profane and obscene language that (lowed in almost a continual stream for soveral hours iu the ufternoon. To add to the noise and din and the variety of tho proceedings an evangelical preacher, who seemed to be as drunk on religion us thu others were oil booze, and probably believing that where the devil is there should tho voice of tlio lamb bo al&o, deemed it ills duty to hold leligious services right then anil there. Consequently the words of holy w rit, prayenand supplications and gospel hymns mingled with the worldly sounds for nearly an hour. A few arrests were made late in the ufteinoon when tilings hud quieted down somewhat. In u moral view, old citizens say that Saturday was tlio worst day that Cloverport over experienced. Christinas day was second only to tho Saturday before. Tile stores all did a good business up until noon, when they closed for tho remainder of tho day. Tlio crowd in town was largo and occasional rowsintorsporced wltn ono or two flghbi blasphemed the holy dav. No arrests were made 'till lutein the night, when a deputy marshal bravely swooped down and arrested u woman. She was charged with disonlerly conduct and fined $25 the next morning in the City Court Hoy V.. II. Timberlako is in the city. Dave Culley returned froi Irvlngton. At their regular meeting last Friday night the members of Cloverport Lodge, No. 133, F. and A. V. wero agreeably surprised by receiving, as a Christmas present from their mothers, wives, daughters and sisters, a handsome bible. .Mr. F. J. Ferry, in behalf of the ladies, made the presentation in a few impromptu, but appropriate remaiks, and Mr. A B. killinan, master of the lodge, accepted the valuable gift, iu behalf of the lodge, in an equally appropriate manner. Tho Misons will elect officers for the year 1894, and give a banquet in their handsome hall to the ladies and a number of Invited friends. The table will be spread by all the good things to cat and drink that the land can afford, and as the ladies were not present at tlio time their gift was presented, the Hon. I). It. .Murray will accept the same and publicly thank them in behalf of the lodge. Jackson's orchestra will furnish music for the occasion and those who wish may join in the dizzy whirl. ;.a SULZER'S ioods are Right, Prices are Right in every Department, ' Therefore Come to Us n. M' r t NOW h ' hi) f s Death of John Miller. We heard last night of the death of John J iller, of Hardinsburg We hae no particulars. John Miller dead! Wo had not thought of him, except that he would live a long life. We knew lie was quite ill, but like others, wo thought his perfect even habits, his regular life and would balllo disease. )S3 rrr-T- - 532& ?S-i5- S rVTVVVrVVTAVWTV'.'.'TV' . SD ' w I ) But it is over witli him. II i career is, by the will of Providence, finished. He nnd his brother, William, who was our delegate to tho constitutional convention, wero partners in tho business of farming and stock raising for mnuy years, and have been successful in life. They jointly own a good estate. John never married. Quietly through his whole lifo, ho has kept the even tenor of Ids way, industrious and careful, and intelligent in all his methods. But lie was gentle in heart and speech and manner. His countenance besjioko the inner man. It reflected nothing that una sinister or evil. Who ever saw John Miller and felt othcrwiso than that ho had been in tlio presence of that which was good and true? We regret, at this writing, that wo cannot give somewhat of his lifo. We trust some frleud will writo us in detail. 18 93 Is soon to be closed out, nnd Hkowite our Fall nnd Winter i ku f. GOODS- - , As the end draws nearer prices get lower. i ." We are determined to run our stoqk down low, and to do this we can give you some rare bargains, and whilo wo do this we wish to return our thanks to our many customers for their liberal patronago during tb,o i year Wortham Sympathizes With Us. , Tho Hon. J. S. Worthaui, of Loiteh- field, in renewing his subscription to thu Ni:ws sajs: "Tho News is ono of the about to end, and we hopo by fair dealing to merit the same in tho future. We wish you a Happy New Year. best county papers I have ever seen and it isn wclcotno visitor to our house. I sincerely sympathize with the party in its defeat in Breckenridgo ; in my judgment it is a misfortuno if not a calamity. Your county is deprived of any voico iu the selection of a United States Senator by the next General assembly, and ground once lost is hard to regain. Alike Miller deserved a better fate. Wishing you a merry Christinas and tlio Nuws prosperity and a long lifoT Iain ' Your friend, as ever, J. S. Wortham. bo-sid- B. F. Beard & Co., HARDINSBURG, KY. I Baptispd and Burried. Miss Gusty Keys, daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Richard Keys, died last Friday, tlio 22ud. instant of consumption. She had been sick with consumption for nearly V. . . . r . i v a . a a a ft f A i A A t t V"4r3 f or quite a ear, and in that time bus been a severe sufferer at times. Shu is the young lady of whom tho News spoke last week of being taken from her bed and carried to u branch near by and After Iter immersion in tho cold wuter she grew worso until at lust thu icy embrace of death relieved her from her earthly sufferings. The herein ed relatives luivo the sympathy of many friends. bui-tize- 0. BOURNE, 4 J. M. I1ARPER, DANIEL BROOKS 1 d. BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO.,. - commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. OURBON STOCK YARDS THE BEST TYPE WRITER. LOUISVILLE, KY. DISSOLUTIONNOTItti. llAMMNIBUO. Ky. Dec. . I&tt. 4 t -- our , Notice thu lable on your pader and see how ypu stand. Now 1b a good time to pay your subscriptions. Conrad Deppe, bridge foremeiin on the "Texas", was married at Jcllcrsouvlllo last Saturday to Miss Maggie Andrew hub ! ' of Hock Haven, Ky. fc : ' Deeds, Mortgaged and all legal instru- The firm nf Kaye, Mkttlnglv Al IMA, this day muoivcu. cnta drawn and copying done in the inuuiauy firm, 1'. II,joe. x and Inn. T. rcimnif from the Kje .mkuiiikit Ilobep will eomtncl the bittlne under the rlrin name of st style. Kaye.V Hoben, Kayoib llobenwlll collect all outstanding accountiand atiume all llabllltlca KaykA lloitpi. of ld dluolvcd firm. V. G. BnbbngeAtfy, to ILutMNRiiuita, Ky. Heferlnr to the nbove firm I cheerfully the firm of Kaje .1 llohen to my frlendi. JOKUMATTINriM. recom-men- d I3T RAY. IMJL R0DERT tfdt to Owonsboro' Tuesday to attend the panyis mnrringo of their cousin Misa NcttioBon-nott- vices. ,HMWI . ..4 MUUUUI1 o fortunate-- , In 'petyiringjhitf ser";' . ,,', J, to Mr. Louis Burns, Owonsboro. Tlioy will bo absent all winter. The Nkws and Mr. J. D, ilmelienr are placed under obligations to Mrs. It. L. 'Newsorn for a delightful duiprointa Christmas luncheon porvad ather'beau- tlful residence on Christmas day. jadduJM uotDH Vx. J3 iira Juoni opvri iiioqil utdJ.u(uav?iiy Butiouiuuaf) 'KUHXXIH KOMI S VAVOHII qwiaofc) iu'uonwzjptn; 9301 pi iSpiii Tlio pupils of the UhcliSchoolinityiifea-li- d their appreciation of thework of the l principal! Mr Logf &, In ttsubrtant!al 'WcreaWwrod-llveOil way on last Thursday afternoon, by pre5n4jlyp6lKtfpliJts. It will senting to hlnya eocepleto studntamp, r giv tttm"itrerith and mako ffor nhleh(lnnSde an appreciative speech tolhoe,w)iobad aartin"thlB thelp ' babies fat. ' Physician, Mr. and Mrs. Logan mark of kindness. (he world over, endorse U. will entertain the pupils of this depart-inenttheir home on New Year's day . rnfcilWHf Bewa,7.y, AHflrtrt4. from 0 o'clock p. w. till 0 p. in. wMJLUl sion r ' . ropeatca uso, i unto picasuro in saying I found it a prompt relief and cure for dyspepsia and nervous debility. I keep it on hand. and would not bo without it. Besides being a valuable romedy, it is a pleasant and refreshing j ear Dy Holiday Kates. The Loiffevlllo St. Louis and Texas railroad will soil tickets at ono faro for tho round trip between all stations for tho holidays. Tickets will be on salo December 2.lrd, 21th, 25th, 30th and 31st and January 1st, good returning January II. 0. M. 2nd. !. HARE. O- - B. "TBZBDaXElB, WITU -:- - "3 -:- l drink." FOU 8ALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Crescent Tolaccb - Warehouse $1 A Bottle, Six for $5. Keep tho bowels open wlthGermotuor Tills. 60 In a bottle, 23c. All for salo A. R. FISHER, by Cloverport, Ky. at A trial will cohvIhco tho most skeptical that " C. C . Certain LOUISVILLE, Cough Cure" Is the greatest remedy extant fer tho euro of JLaUrlpno, Croup, Coughs, With Auction andSPrfvato Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months IJree, , Colds, Ace, 03? RAY & CO., ProprilSrforg. V.: THEL Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, BREGKRHRIDGH t. NELWS, GLvOVR.POBL'T, KY. slowly-improvln- Kews. 117, (Wfluo I1SGEMDISK 1893. AV. II. SifACKnu nun & Co., ontfof the Tiie1 CouriervTournaiVlgsjied a hand- leading dry goods establishments of culoredfauppU'incntg with W Otvensliom made an assignment jester, Stlmluy's edition. BRANDENBURG. Jno.D.osV.Q.Banbitgt, Editors day. and Fioprl.Vrs '9 h" ' T ''ncal Time C'nrd. going Eait West 9 .48 10.5o .. 5.24 Kit rm...r.. .. 9.28 i a. m. a.m. p.m. n.m. a.m bfiaMVtMJewAajfcMrt..-!US.n.47a.Bi.- . " 1 VYeil V.2V Mik announce KMIAII fV IlOAItl) a a candidate for I ounly JhJc'i I I subject ta the action of thr. Democratic patty. STEPHENSPORT. ....... tfKKI1!! M. Tar It ftr BltftlA.ll.l ff P. S. Uarkkr, of Bardstovvn, Ky., tho . It. A. Smith was in Loulsvillo last VV MUIXKN at a candidate lor County Judge wealthest man in Nelson county. isdeadT week. subject to the action of the Democratic party. Huj.cavcs'an cstatoftltted atL'.OOO.OOQ. , T Mrs. S. II. Dix is yet quite ill at this s FnninfiiiMTvJfiiEnK., ti. arc auirfrrizcuiiu- . TS.,.?5?r,t( JlfN I writing. ..la f.iv O.v. Di iutes vyJiotaht"thett, announce aaifiuaicjur "" 1IUKLKK WnUcrMosnlav.JjtJ)ninn tn l Clerk, aubject toMir action 61 "' pcmocraiic the "VirK nre authorised I RSTciUNtt JUDGE, Wi. hope next week to catch up with our.corre'spontlents. Don't ho oll'ended ifyouriteniH tlo not appear promptly. The l'lnnlcr'u Houso ut O.vensboro Wo intend ynti shall all have a hearing. has gfitie into tho" hands of a Wo appreciate your good work for the 'T.rnlil(lw?'".filff0(0-wiaNews and intend you shall be heard. Wo wish you, one and nil a happy and A PAViRssfconnty grahdljury lias inprosperous Now Year. dicted the "Texas" road forn failure to comply with (lie separate coach act. and 'Secretin)' Carlislo nre spending tliclr holiday ; thick hunting with the bo)H. L'iiuident Cleveland , rcr-elve- ...&..- v.'j ;-. iim-ni- pyy FOB JAILER. -STtMUT ITT ICa're aufhorired anto announce J.for Jailer of .W DelKItNKTTK a candidate llfeckcnridge County, ubjct to lite action or the Democratic pJ fly. ' ' . incnts inserted biiouiu not ii company same by a $5 bill if t them to appear promptly. Some of tho largo cities are Dili; Ditto is very Mrs. Judge Haw lings' sisttr front Upton is with her. Some one p.tinkd .Main street rul lubt Saturday night. Mrs. it. F, Willed is spending tho week in lnilflvllle. Miss Ina Drury is In re Id her sinter, Mrs. John I'r.tkes. Miss Blanche Jolly will spend tills week with Mrs. Frakes. Mr. and Mrs. J It. Trent am at Wolf Creek to visit relatives. Ernest Foiintalne, Hiirdiiishnrg Academy, is homo 'till Jan: tst. Gabo Hoard was the guest of Miss Virgio Itliodcs on Sunday. Mrs. Julia Ditto Upnsn will lpnvifarhat Tho Union MiiiionaVy excTcm jtirulay night were jnicreMingnd in- ctruclico. Misses Nelllodwis, Ziila .Malin, Minnie Caspcrke, AllFe Iteid, I'earle Ditto, Ella Dowden and Eva llcrndoit weie the ruling lighto, and bright ones they arc. Mrs1. Frank Webb ami .Miss Alllo Held presliled alternately at the organ with the rhoir rendering ellirlent nervlc. Hro Cherry concfinTed the prograinme withltimely renlark8'. Father Hcrbitth celebrated High Mass Sunday at ten o'clock and Monday morn-lu- g nt four o'clock. They take their lesson from tho shepherds who hastened before daylight to where tljo Christ-chil- d lay to pay Him their adoration and praise. The alter was prettily decorated, Miss Agnes Malin played and led the SI B ,, n j rrj ''Mo'fiiDRV ''" -- i t r i i i i ii i HERE WE ARE Goods for 'You. in ii.Vif i!arry thollargt st slrtek and nssorliucnt "m,k,,t of V!?, i : leMiwfl 1 !. this a fy-w- at,r.M 4VM ' -- JCkJI '&&::,' &. ? &r 'JXa $&', i "On I they nro wise . Who iady'rtise . In winter, VprTtig' ' And fall ; "H But "wiser yet Aro they, yoiHjet wno never letup ' At nil." for'tlrefr llhgrnijioyed labor them- work on their stiects, - ')! rock nt 10 cents an hour. Hecext developments shot tho palmyest days of Jcsso J .his gang the cieiico of train robbery was only in its infancj A ciiANK by tiio namo of Sc s.. - t- - JXJ next supplrmrnt: Breckenridge HARNED. Galloway & Co , moved their machinery from this place to Kirk, December :tth. AV" i ara about to lo'e nni of our best We congratule Clovcrxirt for citizens being the recipient. lt Ward Davis has purchased tho farm near Gerniatitown, where he and Undo Joe will keep "bach." our .Mr. Hiram DriekellandothcM serenading visit. We ask the town a boys to give us another call soon. Jonas Gray, late yard boss lor the Jolly A Otto Stave Co., has gone to Htith and Askitis to ship about 10 car loads up here. Mrs Ren Gray was call to the bed-sidIt seems of her sister in McD.uiicls. like the death angel is not satisfied with one summons. G. I Hudson, general merchant ,of Market, is here probably looking out for a better location. We wi be glad to have him itli us as a business man. Wui. Otto, one of the Hensly A Jolly Co., is here amid the roar of machinery, hurrahing the boys. Shipping staves to tho north and east, receiving returns, as if there never had been a crisis. C. D. Payne and Miss Mollie Payne were joined by tho holy ties of matrimony at the bride's house last Tuesday night, the ceremony being performed by Hro. Dugffins, of Grayson county. Great excitement is prevailing in. this section of tho country over the loss of our late president of the Old Bachelor's Association. Without resignation or any cause on the part of tho Association. The organization is feeling the effect of it by another refusing to serve. As the membership is getting so small (only 15 now,) wo adjourned to meet tine die, so sieving tho opportunity by the forelock and drinking the bitter cup of repentenco I will endeavor to make au open confession of the past : l.iiicn, maid and matron, to a plteoiu Ulc ol Lis-han- v News. WELDON. Well it is now Christmas and J tho noisy bov is on the warpath and he is making tilings lively. I thougnt while all this commotion was in progress on the outside I would try to write a letter to the good old News for I feel that more of my acquaitanc.es will read it there, than I would be able to write letters to in a whole month. When the paper reaches us we have a lively scramble for it to see what has happened at home for we know if anything of importance occurs the News will report it. We form a circle and select one to read for the family circle to listen. I could not keep house without tho News. Mr Ed Jtipin is sick. .Mrs. C. Hoyalty has the la grippe Mr. Hallit Hoyalty has the la grippe. Jim Keith, of Louisville! is spend ng the holidays here visiting his brother. Mr. Pearl Carr, operator at Irvingtou s petit Sunday with his brother, W. W. Carr. Misses Mattie Pack, Helle Polk and Lizzie Hunt visited Mrs. C. HoyaltyJ last week. Mr. John Pack, of Nelson county, was visiting his cousin, H. C. Pack last John P. Hopkins, n Democrat, been elected Mayor of Chicago. half teinptedjo killMnyor Tyler, vifloibout-l'o'cloek Tursday. jccled to having the city limits WEDNESDAY, DKOHVIIIKU 27, 1803. I A.new Atlantic cable will be laid between Ireland and Nova Scotia spring. The new council ought to sTnking'fund for tho redempl shop when I Juuok Samuel E. Dellaven, who died years bondsalready they fall c have passed and recently at Lagrange, Ky., left an estate lar is laid up for that purpose. .1 w lalucdat$vQd,0O0.r Jf to $1,000,00(1 have been discovcrcdin the .iujtheapresencojof j day, that there were no-- l XewTork'CustoirTlIouso.- . S, rojnj)terpayitig,merchanU in Ml A New Jersey empk Iihs;tlinate)H'd iq mu.the merchants in.CloVerp kill CoTgreHflman floger'tIllls l.e- cause of his vote on tho Silver 1H1I. Newt. MeGlothlanrofi Irvin -uuididatc! for doorkeeper of Tiik campaign, for countyolliees is Senate with good he about to open up in Hancock. Mr. It. being elected. Tho Senate col Y. JJusbJicad 'hp litJ9M?sntjLJjdgo.i !Uriorp3dutifpl j bn n,ttentivq tp n WmsTLiNo women aro becoming as vant. numerous in the United States as Coi'NTitv sausage is plcntift Georgia electric girla were a few years around West l'oint sinco tho hi ng"- wrtjckof'jKirkerflin that ngigl A Ni:w York und New Jerwy syndiItHhiitt-- that Stuart. V(Hll cate is acquiring largo trartflofco.il and there and laiil ii a big stipjdy a timber lands in Morgan and Elliott conn-tic- s plying Ids friends bountifully. of, this state. I'- "i -- T i nrj 1!ri:i k en in iniK county will r ju.vrTohn"li. Gordon, United States vote in the caucus to Senator,frorn Georgia willideliver'his, spatke'rof'the'Kentiicky namo IIou fifmous lecture, "The Last Days of alio will stand on tho outside and s Confederacy" at llopkinsville, today. big a yell for Carroll asany on t There is soon to. bo another Judicial Breckenridge county is forjthi dibtrict in this stiito'in which a United J.Carroll. States Court will bo'heldf Tho now disTiik merchants of this thvfn.Ti trict is tp acco'mmodate the eastern' porthose who advertise in tho tion of the state. their Christum trade was gc Tiie commissions of nine presidential better than last year. They postmasters in this Stute expire next their stocks cleaner and took month. Tho news is from Washington ready cash than last year. Th that these positions can be had by Dem- true of our out advertis ocrats? and that all they need to do is to apply. Tinsgoverumentisnowspendi 000 n month more than she o The Wews hopes that something may (he rate of $72,000,000 a year, turn about in a short time to lighten the son bill reduces custom duties financial straight among the people in 000, so there will bo a deficit of this se'cti6n. A good farmer said the 000 which will have tn be pro otherday 'that tho Democrats had to from soino sou ice. Tho qucsti bearTtho brunt of the whole business, how to raise this revenue. .whether they were in any wise responsible for it or not. Ma you elect Harry willhav V some sort of a scheme to ge G. The annual report of lion-Joh- n Carlisle, Secretary of tho Treasury, was enough to meet tho ordinary ex transmitted to Congress last week. He tho city government next yea g council turns over i says there is a deficit of $28,000,000 to treasury, indja tax rate too lov meet the expenses of tho, govermci)t. t He suggests several courses of action by .current expenses. 'They ko which tho deficiency may be met, one of good towards tho wind up. Jtluj.-Ews-1 It is said tltat irregularities nmbuuting Two well-know- n traveling! iid - f I 1 week. Messrs. James Hoyalty and Pemberton Christmas camo a week in advance Ono with some of the boys over here fellow, full of the "spirits" Baid ChristPure Kentucky Whiskies, mas' is come, Peace on earth Good will to man. Another climbed up a winding Foreign & Domestic stair j and another fed his horse three .Wines and Liquors. times and watered him once, all after supper. The Purest and Best The Christmas tree's were a success at both churches, and tho little folks' hearts were all made happy. It stirs tho blood For Altar Purposes. ' in the old folks' hearts to see the young May God bless and protect tho so gay. We give our attention to tlie young and rising generation, for they Family Trade. When you want will ono day take our places, and we want to see them better boys and girls something pure and good, give me a call. than wo were. Conrad Simons. Well, what about ,. him? Well, ho is tho happiest man I "Tammany Saloon." ever saw, except Hlley Polk, a few years ago. It's a fine girl and Con steps as HARDINSBURG, KY. light and nimble as a jouth of twenty summers. L. Now this places me where I will have to tell the joko on undo Hiloy, which I regard as a capital one. So here it is: About three vears aco in January, when "the mercury was hovering around zero, Ktley was seen coursrng rus way across 1 L -I T V V Wallace Hay-dethe, fields to his in each hand and with with a cane out wraps (on accout of baste) shivering Being met on the way, be as he went was hailed by What's the matter, Hiley, OLOVERPORT, KY. got tho rheumatism or tooth ache?" VolMmi- - Mir. I'm firAnilna tbotlch." . o a.w.v..., Office Willi Dr. JT. T. Owen, Enul For Christmas r A- - CALIFORNIA WINES' jf'v E. Mattingly, Dr. J. Moorman. tr son-in-la- n, Resident Dentist tind of Brldjre. til ..-- -.- h n out-goin- 23rAU kind of Dental work done and LeGrand have been visiting relatives guaranteed. here the past week. Louisville, St Louis & Texas mRr Co. Miss Anna Carr, of Jefferson ville, Ind is spending the festive holidays visiting 3STO. her brother at this place. Mrs. Carr, wife of the operator here, Taklnjr Effect returned homo Sunday night from a visit M 6:00 o'clckU, Sunday, Dm. 17, 1893 to relatives in New Albany. Watffbund Train Satt Bound lYatn. Several pupils of our school are absent r Si 5i R. 83 this week from their desks. Taking Mall & Mail & Expr's Expr' STATIONS Bxpr's Bxpr'. Christinas, what they call it. Dally Dally Dally Daily Mr. Lon Hryant will remove shortly 630pm 7 i5amlv.Un'n p't..ar 11215pm 8 30pm with his family to Texas whero..he exKentucky St. 12 30 800 81$ 615 7 2; pects to reside in the future. 840 West Point 11 Mam 735 730 8 43 7 30 1147 Howard On Sunday night, the 17th inst. the 7 47 Rock Haven 1132 900 714 755 907 LongBranch 1124 707 household of Mr. Joseph Jones was 8 04 917 nrandenburg 1116 668 813 1107 Oai Ekron 648 of a wee made brighter by the addition 821 1059 934 Guston 640 9 45 830 lady member. Irvlngton 1060 , Webster 1041 630 8 38 964 614 8 45 10 S3 Hev's. Jupin and Steve Jupiu have 1004 60S Lodlburg woe, 1014 865 1025 Plelce 667 datnty kerchief for jourte.ir are returned from Bethel, Hardin county, 1'roduce your 900 1020 1020 Simple 662 hcmuJ to flow. 9 09 1028 Stephentport 1011 645 where they have been engaged irr a pro1033 914 thirty-fiv- e 1005 640 aud a millionaire In SAddl.on I'm a bachelor ol 'Zirr' r rftracted meeting. 917 1030 530 Holt i 1003 tide, 9 28 1060 Cloverport 'v 9 48 624 ncer found a Hev. Cherry filled his regular appoint931 Shops 1053 Hut for mine unluppy rcuon, 946 621 9 4J 1105 933 Skillman 609 bridi; ment nt Cedar Grove Sunday and preach951 1116 922 Hawesville 469 I don't think I'm bad looking wild I know my Of the babj breaking your watch may not re1124 1002 4 61 914 I'etrie ed a most eloquent sermon to a crowded mit In damaee or Ion to Soma 10 07 Docket. tout 4 45 1130 heart kind: 908 Falcon house. Hro. Cherry is a splendid preach- I riiks you can run without much danger; others 1012 1134 the wirt I want to wed I 4 42 904 Cayce llutthemrtol ylrl 4 39 1140 Lewltport 868 you can not. .Mining an eariy inspection 01 1018 er and .lis people appreciate him. neter rind. 1169am 1035 840 420 Powers TIME SCHEDULE 22. V d e Running Chances ft A" t I 1 of Joseph M. Mullen as a cand Another Pennsylvania manufacturer, County Judgo Mr. Mullcn,jit lias come out for free trade. Whether sent time, is n5Justiceiof thVPea or not absolute free trade will bo best for Cloverport Magisterial district, this country causes various and sundry good Democrat and a clever g( opinions. Hut ono thing is certain, as woll, and will no' doubt ru there is too much tarilf, and a arid is n rare in thissoction ot'tiio count'" which is an increase of ten cents a gallon on whisky. This issue contains tho annou pretty girl arc plenty and the cUer onti not few, II it in the girl who'd Halt me it' hard to get si clew. I'erlup you think I'm tickle and vtry bird to 'I he Milt; tax which the penplo have to pay. It ought to bo immediately revised by tho present Democratic Congress. just now one of the tow towns in Kentucky that is enjoying a rxiosTows is boom. This is caused by tho erection and operation of new and large distilleries. Tho' Union Local says: "Tho town is full of people who have no houses to live in, and so mo families have resorted tensions. to tents. There nro no idlers everybody Is at work anil making good, wages." That was an excellent servii Uniontown has our congratulations. Elm street Methodist church evening. The sermon, the'sing A Hi.ain Memorial Association was the music were worth coming organized, in tho stato of Maine last hear. aTIms Skillman Hros. npriiig, composed of leading citizens of beautifully on tho violin and cor both parties, tho object being to raiso their soul stiring strains reach by volunteer contribution, from tho peo-pl- o ward. The most astonishing till of Maine, a fund for tho erection of is that more people do not tun a statuo to tho memory of James G, theso services. Whothcr you a Hlain. Up toafew'day8 ago they had or sinner you could not spend i procured $115, and $100 of this amount more profitably. had been given by a Now York Democrat, who Is a nativo of Maine This The new law under tho head oj is a specimen of tho memory dear in- and 1'ass'wnys" is important to'tl yuhlcli those (?J,people hold lie, and wo qtioto from Chapter p tholr greatmen. Hon StO'as follows: "Tho Fieca at its first regular term in 18 Tirir JMilBvilloCommorcinl, that champion of corporations and monopo- every two yeare thereafter, shal'J h lists, is just nowdevoting wholo columns a county 8iipervi8oro''roads, of its spaco to tho fruitless task of trying district supervisors as may be? to provo that about a half dozen wealthy best, and may appoint sucli oven residents of Louisville will bo, hope- may be necessary, who shall Iioj lessly ruined if tho Wilson tariff bill offieo for a term of two years fr should pass. However, it says nothing dato of their appointment, nn about-ththousands of Loulsvillo citi- their successors aro appointed an zens who liavo been tolling for thirty fled. Any vacancy occurlng In tl of supervisor or ovorseer may t oiyears under the weight of an unjust tax ration, that tho wallets of llicso heartless, by tho County Court until tho n g Court corporationlsts might bo ulor term fattened. It is a fact that docs not need supervisor or supervisors shall t proving that no b6dy can ho protected ln,tho Coiinty Court within thirty unless somebody else docs tho protecting, days after his appointment, with good and tho different conditions of theso two classes In tho city of Loulsvillo plainly and sufliciout sureties, to be approved by' show who has been carrying the load. the judgo of tho County Court, for tho faithful performance of jiis duties. Tho rounout,' teat-h- aches ' hack good for nothing Fiscal Court Or you are all worn shuI rnako It U general daMlty. irr or supervisors reasonablejillownnco for HHOWN'H JHUX Jit TTAltS. IkWl cure you. andKira a kx1 appetite. Sold services. If all dealer: lu laaikliii. o blood-Biicknvu-bo- is in the lino of good hotel nccomim Tho now Heyser House is all could wish for in neatness, cl( and something good (o eat. TL traveler nectju't pa"ss(this town ho wants to.'resf his tired, b tempt his failing appetite. Wo) as good Hotels as any town of "1 Cm)vijiii'01it ' T T - fast redecminj 4 I UkiwiM ou may Imagine that I'm more or les .1 brute, lluttlieianel very rfwple and I think ou'U following testimonial which comes to us Minn admit, That the trouble rtU with nature anil I'm not unsolicited: to blame a bit. Editor or News l'lnd enelotej copy for I've roamed Irom Anion college to the plain of change of my rcgular-ad- , Do the bcktyou can KaUmaroo; with it. I ee you know how to arrange thing, all over lluJcon ami llurned City for that Clirltnu ad of our could not have I've seirched too; been heat at all, and I tell you It boomed thing I've at out dance many with Custer nutrition ou forget It a line ut our house, und don't belle, trade was our. Wishing the News a happy and I'miicI-c- o where the 11111161 Sin lropcrou ChrUtma and New Ve.tr, we are hiirt- dwell, and In Denver In Chicago and 4evcr in New Orl in Yours most obediently Detroit, T. C. Lewis A Co Cincinnati and llelolt, ru 1'c.oii JiulMt. county I've been on boat and All mer tht vat TOBINSPORT. - our stock of Solid Silver Spoom. Butter Knifes Napkin Hlngs and our elegant stock of NovelAppreciated Testimonial. ties and Jewelry Is one of the chances you can without Incurring loss. We are continually trying to impress not run stock is superior toa anything we ever This upon the minds of the people that if ffTered' before, and It Is most anuredly superior they have anything to sell, it pays to to anything else now shown in this city and prices re very low, you should eall atonoa adv rtise it. As a proof of what we say our make a selection before the rush sets in, and we take the privilege of publishing the 1048 1059 1109 826 815 802 Griffith 764 12 42 1119 Stanley 761 1260 1125 Worthlngton 743 11 33 12 67 Heads 735 1145 108 Snottsville 727 1163pm 114 Oasketts 719 1210am 1 30pm ar.Henders'n lv 705am lilt 1212pm 1222 1233 1238 Patea Owensboro Mattlngly 408 400 347 3 41 3 37 8 30 i A 323 816 310 2 65pm F. N. D'HUY. J. D. BRASHEAR, LQu!svifle,Hadinsburg&Western TAKING EFFECT JULY 20, West Bound Trains East Hound Dally Dally Dally ex Sun. ex Sun, STATIONS. ex Sun, No.5 Nb.l No. 3 11 00am Lv Irvlneton Ar 930am 1140 Garfield 820 1165am Harned 800 Hardlnsburg 1212 7 40 Kirk 1248 710 100 Jolly 700 118 Glendcane 640 125 Demntter 630 145 ar Fallsllouehlv 610 220 uocKvaie 232 Hnth 2 44 Aklns 269 Oaks 330pm ArFordtvilleLv 6S7 52ti 618 600 No. 3 TIME TABLE. R. R. 1891. Trains Dally ex Sun TOBACCO BUYER, Long Brick House. No. t CLOVERPORT, KY. Desires to seo all tho tobacco farmers of this and surrounding Hut I've never louud a prett train, girl - ounci of brain. '' " " This is the warmest Christmas we have had for four years. Miss Kate E. Allen, of Chenault, was here during Christmas, tlie guest of Miss Etta Polk. Mr, Tom Allen is here from Louisville to spend the holidays witli his uncle, GUI and Cass Whitehead. The meeting at the M. K. church still goes on. There is some rousing sermons being preached and that without gloves ou. That rattlingTill Groves. Well, what's the matter with Till now? Nothing now, only he bids fair to be the leading farmer of this community, being a student (by correspondence) of Purdue University, plenty of good land, push, and means, and witli just a little more of "Cass C'ockroli" nicety; I see no reason why he should not bo a model farmer and one thatwe all might do well to pattern after. This is no joke, it is even so, if Till has been a little "oil" on farming. country, 4 45am SAMPLE- Miss Mollio Mcfuady is visiting near The WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L Is a paper. goiny. ten-pa- Mooleille. Tliu I.a Grippe has made its appear- 5 4 ance hero again, Horn to the wife of Veator Hrumlleld, tlie loinht, a line b0)' ,Mr.J.T. Mctjuady, of Henderson, Is on a visit to bis home. Miss .Mary Uobbius was tlie guest of Mrh. A.J. Dennett Sunday. W.T. Mc(2uady, of Falls of Hough, is visiting his father this week, Hev. Snead delivered an excellent sermon to a small but interested crowd hero night. Satu-daThe protracted meeting that was to have begun last Sunday was postponed until after the holidays We presume Christmas is going to bo iu'ther dull Itere this time. We hear Mimotalkof a Christmas free over at New Hethel but nothing for Sample. y WE TELL YOU - nothing new when we state that It pays to enrige In a permanent, most lieullliy and pleaiaut Cu. neat, that returns a prollt (or eviry day's work. Such Is the builnen we oflVr the working class. We teach them how to make money raphoy, and guarantee every one lio lullowi our imtriictlons faithfully the making of S3O0 OO u month. Kvery one who take hold now und works will surely and speedily lucnuie their earnings; there can lie no question about it; others now at work are doing It, aud you, reader, can do the lame. Hill Is the best paying buklneit that you have ever had trie chance to iccure. You will make a grave inhitake If tou fall to die It a trl.il at mm If yougraip the situation, und act quickly, jou will directly llnd joimelf In a most proijH'rou builncu, at which jou can surely make unit inve large tumi of money, '1 lie reiulti of only a few noun' worK will oncn ciiuul n uetL'a uom. Whether you are old or voung, man or woman, it makes no difference, do as we tell you, and sue cess will meet you at the very start. Neither experience or capital ueceisary. 1 hoie who work for ui nre rewarded. Why not write to day for full particular!, free ? i:. C ALLKN & CO., ISox No. 420, Ausustu, Me eight columt. Democratic NewsIt contains the best of everything Hknrt Wattrrsok (s the Editor. - - Price, $1.00 a Year. The Wkkkly Coi'uiKR.JousNit. makes very liberal terms to agents, and gives free preSample copies of the paper miums for olubs. e Premium Supplement sent free and to nny address. Write to four-pig- Courier - Journal Company, I.OUISVII.I.1 AXDTIIK KV. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Weekly Courier-Journal ls Will be .lent one year to any address for $2.00. AddreisJNO. D. BAUBAdE, Cloverport, Ky. & , , 'VU,i,niu(viiwnuMMHvrpuMr'iffiuuiiuiut ated. Mrs. G. G. Hereof, Louisville, Ky. an inward world lmyond tho reach of WLDBNorton clranco or cliango. Happiness need nevjAddrtiBij.DulJOIS Block rorner.. Fourth and JeiToreon er bo eiTectcd by external nurroundinga streets) Loulsvillo, Ky. when our hearts aro full of resourco. - ,4C. C; That this may ever bo no with them 'till C. Certain Corn Cure" remove corn, wurln, lrnriloira, tho shadowy twilight of life and 'Times mioIuh mitt cullouaCN. IViirrnrr-led- , frail barque sinks in the ocean of eternHco Unit C. C. C. In blown In every PmIIIo, TH ?" of lier. ity" is my wish, .T Jt Ttnrn frit Mr thnt tnVAfosiuitf At4.H. ssud per ecus? ' Yes, many thousands Votl Uie past 4 year I hava. bad, wj sore a (, T ir i nt t weakea,1' bat1 U HOOD'S PILLS Ad aVI(MUn and tone the stomach. Trthim. Jte. ;&lasl"VediTe8day, IheTiO IneTlRsTpIvTuTnMrniaTlTneTTfoTniblu MorcmenhosbeenAsuflererfor several cide lasTurday 'lie drove's peg Into months' and her friends havo known for a stump and tied a string Wprk all th Tlmoj i to It. Tho sometime that her demise was only a other end of Before, I ceujtl do ne 'vrerkt'. "I LnoV'sot tho string he tied to a riflo matter of a little while. Sho was an what to say strong enough to oiprMs my 'grat woman and will bo greatly miss trlcKpr. Ho Ihpn put the rifle to his ttuile to Hood's Rirssparllla for nry;i)rfect ct.ro." OroHOB w. IVbnbb, l'snacr, OaV ed by her relatives and friends. She stomach, shut his eyes and backed off. way, Saratoga county.iN. Y. ' atl leaves u husband and several children besides many other relatives, to mourn her loss. Ho was killed instantly, fieyora) years Bu uo wbh insane, but was discharged r cured, H. T.HB BRRCKNRIDGH NRWS, GLOYHRPORt, KY. . Grant Gregory wont to OvvetiBboro Saturday. See our Insurance ml. 0. H. A Ol T? Skillman. Eugene Kingsbur) went to Louisville . 0L7OVERPOR't KY. last Saturday. Mr. ami Mrs. Pat Fancy visited in ji'lffiiiU'i'H JUfuislni 6a upiiliaili .. Owensboro last week. Murray Parr, of Steidiensport, was in the tit)1 Christ mas day. ; Chester Orendorf, LAW, is Missguest of Miss Mary of Owensboio, the Moorman. Room 47 Trust Building, Chas. Sawyer, of Owensboro, is spending the holidays at heme In tins lty. LOUISVILLE, KY. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Yandergrill'nre visiting relatives in New Albany, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Hovlin, of Greenville, aro visiting S. G. Shelly and wifo. John Smith, tho cigar maker, has ,, HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. gono to Evansville to spend X mas. at All business entrusted to my hand irUm prompt tit id care Mil utUnlion. XNults ami tic home. ' . counts collcLttd ami prompt rt turns m.ulc, hentl Mrs. . E. Kellii spent Christmas' in me your business. Owensboro, tlio guest of her son, Sain 3 sx James M. Lewis, ConlraclorJ-- Builder. Dr. Jesse Moorman went toGlpudeane yesterday. "" A 'filg reduction In pants Sulrer's thhyjeck. Fred M. Daniel Is now at Spokane, Washington. Be Joyful ! Be Thankful ! THIS -- THE SEASON OF GOOD CHEER! IS a 'zEjHttfiSfraJ .OweiiHlxJio, is wHlllhg w. 7nu. . OverconlB iniirked cbnvii from $25 (o $18; from $20 to $12; relatives ifnlils city. And eobd i "d1 v&'Wwi.the time for makine a w a w IIotiAIii); Severs and wlfi of Ilardins-hurg- , " fiom 81f to $10: fioih $12 to $8; from $10 to $7; from $8 to 80; w resolution on are In lheTr1ly, v, & ." Walter Bargcr, of 'Preston, came dow n from tfl to $1. Dross and Bunincss Suits from $215 to 817; from Mondayjto do somo trading. 818 to 813; from 8M to 810; from 810 to $7; from $8 to 85. Miss Taylor, of Henderson, is the guest Of Mtos Nelllo P.nverly. Hoys' and Children's Ulsters and Overcoats In tho same manner. Orvllle Skillman is in Owcimhoro spending with his best girl. Hoys' and Children's Suits and Pants in still greater proportion. .Gentlemen, this is your chance to get This is our PANIC Sale, theso aro our PANIC Prices. Our a pair of pants cheap now at Sulzor's. Miss Lizio Wade, of Rockport, is in stock is too largo. Wo want only a part of our purchase money tho city, tho guest of Mrs. Will Hollleus l ;' i hack. Seo our stock and learn our priceB heforo buying elsePolk is panting for pants people in tlio lkA- clothing department this week Sul.er's. Keith. where. Mr, Chas. B. Skillman, wife and sister, J. 0. Engelhard, of Owensboro, was in Miss rfiziu spent lost Saturday in WEDNESDAY. DK0E111JEH 20, 18U3. tho city last Thursday, tho guest of J. D. Brashear. ' Mi. II. C. Cooper and family, of Ruth, Miss Ntllio Burks and Mrs. Minor ow. LOCAL BREVITIES. spent Christmas with Airs. Long in are visiting his wife's sister, Mrs. T. L. Wroe. Louisville, Buck skin gloves for Engineers at Photos, a reduction all throngh holi-ay- s Percy Carson, of Louisville, came Third " Market Sts., at C. L. Knight's gallery, Clover-por- t, Seo our Insurance ad. C. B. & 0. T. down Sunday to beat homo during Ky. Christmas. Skillman. Henry Yeager and Charles Itledel Mrs. J. D. Brashear, of Owensboro, is jChris Alii, of Hardinshurg, was in the-citLOUISVILLE, KY. made a flying trip to Henderson and visiting her husband and sister, Mrs. R. Friday. L. Newsom. 'V. G. Babbage says lie is in tlio race back last Sunday. rjpN. B. Be sure you come to tne'righc store. for county Judge. Winter, winter, is at hand. How is Master Johnnie Hill, of Henderson, jMr. and Mrs. J. G. Slep'iei's lift for your supply of underwear? Clear prices is the guest of his cousins, Sam and ' tnndo a't Babbagc's. Florida a few days i go. Charloy Berry. Mr. Henry Shrewsbury, of Hardins-burg- , Charles Ityan was quite Bick last week, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cox, the clover The Republican County Committee Meetings are still being held every ' was in the city Monday. and it was thought for a time that he day and night on tho "Como To Jesus" hotel keepers, of Union Star, camo down in Sleets. Itev. Dr. J. B. Cottrell is spending the was losing his mind. to have somo dentistry work yesterday down on the creek. holidays with his Ion at Russellvillo. IlAnniNsiiuiKi, Ky., Dec. IS, 1803. Babbage has a fow bargains in ChristMr. Edwin Hodge, wifo and children, dono, but they could not find a doctor of Abo Skillumn, of Webster, is vis mas toys. You can now secure a handMr. h l'ursuniit to a call tho Republican Henderson, passed up on the train yes- "pullicans" in tlio city all gone on iting his brother, Wallace; this week. County Committee met in Hardinsburg some present cheap. Christmas visits. terday for Louisville. 'Mrs. C. E. Lightfoot is spending tho on tho 18th, of December. ir Miss Ethel Oelrc, who is attending Rev. Siiiery, of Lane Seminary, Cin Tho big cock fight at Rock Island will holidays with her parents ut Sorghotown Tho meeting was called to order by tho school at the Georgetown College, is at como ofFThursday tho 28th inst., instead cinnati, filled Rev. Burgess' appointment County Chairman, Mr. Frank Haswoll. Master Jesso Bolder, of Onensboio, is Ji imo during the holidays. hero last Sunday. Ho is a young man of of Wednesday tho 27th. ti the guest of his grand parents this lho committeemen present were twenty and is called the "boy" preacher Court Duncan, ol Louisville, caino Como overy day during invoice and Messrs. R. M. Jolly, W. J. Piggott, G. N. week. of tho Seminary. Ho preaches well for Saturday night to be with his catch onto the. bargains down that will be turn JMr. Til Nolte, of EbnlavIUtT, Js tlio Taul, M. R. Shr.wsbury, Jno. B. Bate8, ono of his years. parents during Chiistmas. ing up every day Sulzer's. guest of his brothers, Julius and Amel Jcseph E. Black, John B. Hunter, S. P. A hard day's work Saturday and sore The "Ti'xaa" trains are crowded'.with Jolto. Parks, John II. Butler, W. R. Smith and It will bo fun counting tho shot, but Tho advertising Alls' Ueadie Woods, of Ekron, is tho passengers these days. People" a oi tak-- j ohl what bargains you will catch onto clerks, tired and weary. Hon. Chas. Blanlord. men all out of sorts. Invoice next week. guest of her sister, Mrs. It. L. Peak, near ing advantage of tho holiday rates. n The object of the meeting as stated by during'onr invoice Sulzer's. potatoes all to count. Tlio nails nnd K The TOxas sent out yesterday two car! town. The children of tho Metho list Sunday Our great paralyzing sale begins during the chairman was to chooso the method nnd time to select county candidates. jwVester Bane and Columbus Bane and loads of crossing signs to be put up at School, weie presented a d invoice Sulzer's. wife, of Uuion Star, were here shopping all the road crossings along their line. It was decided to hold nmossconvontion treat last Sunday morning. m, Tho colored cornet band camo out All good Republicans in tho county are Monday. Mrs. Jno. D. Babbago and children JN. B, Vankirk, who is workTlig for V. Christmas day and paraded tho streets, Mrs. J. F. . Carter, of Irviugton, was wont to lioulsvillo Monday to spend the S. Long went to his home at Gamctts- - dispoursinir somo nico music. This Is earnestly requested to be present. Tho here Saturday doing somo Clirinuijui lu.TTIIayTirh-inT-s'lWrrrrHr- 'D time was fixed for tho second Monday of W. ville Monday to spend a few days. tho first time that music has liet'ii heard February, which Is tho 12 1 h day, the whopping. Fnlilolgh. , Our invoice begins next week. It In Cloveiport bIiico tho "loss of confi- place, IlardiiiHburg. Tho committee deLittle Fores! YiMger, three year old Miss Liiiuio D'Huy mid Miss ;Ora son of Mr. and Mrs. John Yeager, is Alexander, who havo "been 'attending means hard work. But big bargains for dence in financial circles " sire to impress upon tho party tho necesyou see our bargain counter Sulzer's. quite sick. Twenty clerks Saturday in our great sity of perfect harmony in tlio conven", school in Cincinnati, are at homo for a Miss Ida Weisenberger, who is teachBale. Never in tlio his- tion. d ,t iur. Ainei uoi.j is buu connneu 10 uis few'days. r ing school at Siberia, Ind., camo homo tory of tlio Houso was there such sales. bed with ' rheumatism. Ho improves fe;; It is thought that tho party is now. in K. E. Woods. of Louisville, camo Jown to spend the holidays with her mother. They never did get nny dinner, but tho good fighting shape. With harmony in very slowly. I t Saturday night tojpmaimoverthe holiMr. 0. D. Temple, tho accommodating Don't wait for clear weather to como wny the goods did go. Tlio people know tlio ranks, tho committee think thnt the days with his mother and'other relatives proprietor of the Uloverport hotel, fa party stands a good chanco for victory in to tho picture gallery. Wo can make where to find real bargains Sulzer's. in this city. i., i j III sick with the grippe. photographs any kind of weather. C. L. It may be impossible to choke a dog to November '!). Is soon to be closed out, and likowiuo our Arthur Haynes, James.T. Milner tand Knight. Walter Smart, Clerk in Collector mat-to- r FnNK Haswem., Chairman. death with butter, but it is an easy Powers' office, of Owensboro, ato.Chjist-ma- s Charles Cashtnun are spending nifew Mrs. Cooper and daughter, Mrs. Milt to glut the market of a town with Jkssk It. EsKitiDOE, Secretary. Fall and Winter f rpntljelrJaborB at ... day&in.thajntyf.dflr turkey at houie. Miller, of Sample, mother and sister of that article when every body wants to Vnion Star. Constable A. J. Bryant and It.' T Last Mrs. Eugeno Haynes, were her guests on sell and no body wants to buy. A SUPPOSED ROBBER B. F. Boultinghorise' and HttloTson, Christmas day. lluekeby, of Itoinc, Ind.( were in town Saturday there was so much produce Tin. mas, of Kockpoit, Jnd aro spendMonday on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Burks, 'Henderbon, brought to Cloverport that country butEnters the Hancock Deposit Bank at John E. Monarch, County Court Clerk, ing tho holidays vith, relntivl-- in Jhis " are in tho city to spend tlie 'Holidays ter was soon going begging. was in tlio city Friday, looking after his city1 and neighborhood, y v .. Hawesville. with Mrs. Burks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carman has leased tho fences for Chas. Babbage, of tho 'AmericanGro- - W. H. Howmer, larm, lying on Clover creek, partGeorge Wilson, tho genial and clover Dr. J. F. Lightfoot, of Hawesville, was ceryr Company, ouis,Yille, isjtho guest The Entra Nous will meet with Miss ly withiu tho city limits and will move assistant cashier of tho Hancock Deposit in tho city Saturday viowlng the-- ruins of hh .mother and other relatives Irnthia As tho end draws nearer prices get lower. Lizzie 8kilman on New Year's evening, hero next week. As Mr. Carman is n Bank, Hawesville, was nearly frightened A (s of his burned house. city durins tho holidays. poultry raiser and trutk gardoner, tho out of his wits ono day last week. A . tkjuX n . . " Mrj. iat which time they will entertain their Miss Minnie Murray, who'is teaching We aro determined to run our stoqk down Eli Dean passed down on the. train to Cloverport market will have advantages man with n big slouch hat and a long school at Irvington, came down to spend Owensboro Tuesday. Ho says his jgontleman friends. of early broilors and fresh vegetables ulster stepped into tlio bank and called Frank Boyd, who is the United States vacation with relatives. brother Cy is ho better and is gradually enjojed, for tho cashier. Mr. Wilson informed low, and to do this we can give you some that she has not her.vto-forstore keeper at the big Unlontown Dr. Tiios. 0. Moorman, of Rock Lick, sinking. He hal heart, trouble. ' ."" nnd Mr. Carman will find a convenient him that he was absent. The stranger is reported quite sick. His family are passing tho holidays with his rare bargains, and while we do this we wisli nnd ready market for his proJuco. Such said you will do as well and at tho same Quarterly meeting at tho Elm street family jn this city. all down with typhoid fever. an addition to our population Isnn ngree-abl- o time ran his hand down into his coat Methodist church Saturday and Sunday. Mesjerd Andy and Sam Adkisson, bf H J. D Hanbleton, wifo and daughter, to return our thanks to our many customers and mutually beneficial ono, and pocket. Mr. Wilson concluded at once .Preaching Saturday 11 a. m. nnd 7 p. m. Web3ter,werti tho guests of their brother, Miss Marion, camo up from Henderson a that ho was a bank robber nnd was there wo gladly welcome Mr. Carman as Dr. S. X. Hall, Presiding Elder. S. 13. Adkisson last Saturday. yesterday to spend the holidays with Cloyerport citizen. The opening that for their liberal patronage during tho year for that purpose Wilson reached under Mrs". Mary McAfeo and son Richard, of E. Murphey, tho Owensboro whiskey relatives and frionds. Mr. Carman fills bus long been waiting his desk for his pistol and with a trembto attend the man, was hero one day last week, taking Union Star, camo down about to end, and we hope by fair dealing to Tho, Christmas tree in tho Baptist for somo ono. ling hand pull it down on the robber, orders for invigorating Christmas goods. funeral of Miss. Gusty Keys. Mrs. Mc- church will be loaded with nice things t but it had no effect. Tho robber still Is an aunt ot the deceased young 1G. Bryan, tlio piano tuner, of Louis- Afee Lucky Candy Quessers. (Thursday) night, and all tho morit the same in tho future. pursued him remarking quietly "that ho ville, was here last week trying to tunc lady. Sunday School pupils will recelvo handIt seems that the guessing at tho had better lay that pistol down." Wilson tho people up to buying tuneful instruMr. nnd Mrs. James W. Mattlngly and some presents. weight of tlio big stick of candy at Vest's, was by this tlmo ready to diop Wo wish you a Happy New Year. in his ments. baby Ruth aro in tho city spending the Edna Seay, a young lady about was indulged in by everybody. There tracks and did drop tho pistol. The robMisses Annie and Oma Claycomb, lwlidays with their parents Mr. and Mrs. eighteen years bid living at Lewis sta- were 2350 guesses put into tho ballot ber closed up on him and said; "I am Gola OrendorfFand Lillio Mays, of Web- Ol Mattlngly and Hon. and Mrs Jonas D. tion near Owensboro, committed suicido box, and they ranged all tho way from Fr. d Ames, of O wonsboro, and I w ant to ster, are the guests of Bessio Mays UiIb Wilson. Tuesday by jumping into a well. No 2 to 333 pounds. talk to you on business" and tho joku week, 'Squire Dudley Hamblcton sold at cause is given for tho rash act. Chas. May, jr., Sam Conrad and Geo. was ended. The Breckenridgo Bank kept open for auction, on Christmas day, the effects of selected as a disinterestM Mr. Comp Henderson, of Webster, P. Sawyer were two hours Monday to give tho mer- Bonjamln Woodhead, tho young Enged committee to weigh tho luigo pieco $100 Reward, 100. chants n chance to deposit their Christ- lishman, who was drowned while bath- was in the city yesterday consulting our of sweetness nnd to oxnmiue tho guesses. citizens as to what his prospect miirht mas funds. Tlio reader of this paper will bo pleasing in the Ohio last summer. weight wits exactly 03 pounds nnd .be, should he declare hlnlself a caipll- - Tho Wheat is looking line in Holt's, Ster-ette-'s Theso figures had been ed to learn that there is at least ono 12 ounces. James Wells, a' woll knojyn farmer uaio tor uouniy court uicric. and Tobin's bottoms, and tho pros- living near Yolvington, was found dead exactly guessed by six different persons. dreaded disease that scienco has been HARDINSBURG, KY. is reported that a ycung man from pect now is flattering foi a splendid yield in his bed last Saturday morning. His They, were Mr, Wm. Emberton, Hon. able to cure in all its stages, and that is th'owpper pari of tho county ran in Jonas Wilson, Misses Annie Raitt, Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only &v next season. J death is supposed to have resulted from' "horses," on a crap game here Christmas Alllcne Murray and Ruth Haynes, of this positive euro known to tlio medical Mrs. Minor, of Holt, and Mrs. Long, of heart trouble Ho was 70 years old. day anjl "done" the local sports for quito Louisville, received each a largo barrel fraternity. Catarrh being a constituof Duke, HanMrs. Emma Lacy (nee Miss. Emma h neatillttle sum. Ho was being played city, nnd Mr. Wavy Rico, of oranges from Mr. Dan Burks', beautitional disease, requires a constitutional cock county. The candy was consequentHopkinsvllle, was a passen- iora "slicker." English), of ful trmvn In THnrliln- ly divided, the lucky guessers receiving treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is takon tip ger on tho east bound train last Friday, V' 'v I v - iit3C3 'r mwrv 't MrsJ Andrew Graham, tho mother of Hon. David K. Murray was chosen internally, acting directly on tho blood pounds each. enroule to Roberts' Bottom to spend Mrs. J, A. Murray is lyjng, very low at nearly nino Chairman of theDimocratic County com- nud mucous surfaces oi tho system, Christmas with her parents, Mr. and the restdencoof the Judge. Her death has thereby destroying tho foundation of 0 v m it too last Monday a week, at a meeting Mrs. II. 8. English",, Ifeld in Hardlnsburg. been feared for nearly a week, but the tho dlscaso, and giving tho patient t DANIEL BROOKS J. B. Biggs, of Stephonsport, was a pass- vitality of a strong Constitution, seems to J. M. HARPER, strength by building up tho constitution J. 0. BOMINE, Hon. Jonas D. Wilson will start next Jfe The United States has never Buffered I ' Monday to Frankfort to tako his seat in enger on the westbound rain Friday. prolong her life. and assisting nature in doing its work. from any disease that has caused such He made no direct answer to tho ques-tionLegislature aa tlio representative tlie Tlio proprietors havo so much faith in tfj' Rev, S. G. Sicily had a busy day of it fearful results as IiGrlppo. Royal BROOKS & G0.(. to ils objective point, but it was last from Breckenridge county. its curativo powers, that they offer Ono Sunday. Ho preached at Holt's never failed to euro it quickhas inferred that ho was seeking an inter- chapel in the morning, camo homo and ' Edward Itledel, a student of tlio ltoso Hundred Dollars for any case that it ly where used. fails to euro. Send for list of testimonrolyttchnlcal Institute, of Tenu Halite, view with Jpsh Powers. ,, married two couples in tho afternoon Henry Morion has qttached grinding and preached' a good sermon at his Address, F. J. Chenoy & Co., ials. Indiana, is spending tho holiday .vacaicr.MAiiLr. i:vim:Non. machinery to his mill tat tho corner of church here in the evening. Bro, Sholly Toledo, 0., JGarSold by Druggists, 75c. tion with his parents at Holt. CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. Nov. 28, 1893. Atlanta, Ga., : Thos. Blaln and Nat Tucker, of Stein Second streot and tho river (or.In Second' is a live energetic man, isdoingcxcollent "In January last I had a violent atensport, were in tho rity yesterday on street near tlio river ratuorj and no is work and giving general satisfaction as a tack of LaGrippe. CANNEL COAL. BOURBON STOCK YARD8 s' LOUISVILLE, KY. I was advised by a now ready to grind corn and' feed in minister. We like to eeo live preachers I have now on hand a car load of brokW ' . iST"" business. Mr. Tuckor has 10,000 pounds largo or small quantities. friend to use Royal Germotuor, which f as well as live business men. burleV tobacco for of fine cured mo in a couple of days. I was en up cnnnel coal which I will deliver . David Heron, of Music Carter Co., Is sale. DISSOLUTIOlfNOTIOti. THE BEST TYPE WRITER. again attacked by tho ''grip" this month, at' $5.00 per ton to nil convenient places, " k . W. W. Kurkendall and Miss Surrilda spending X mas. with his old friends h ton $2.75. ton $1.50. and profiting by my former experience I One-haIIakiunbbuo, Ky. Dec. 5, ify,t. Mortgaged and all legal instruHe says that Dr. J. M, Deeds, May, Win. Ci. Ganett and Miss Sallle in tliis city. The firm nfKayr, Mittingly Allhbri.ihUilay 50c. per hundred commenced at onco with Germetuor and Leas 'quantities mutually retiring IMolveil, Joe, U MttidKl Mufllt wore piarriod in Uiis city last Sun-- I Clayton1 expected IQ accompany him, did not have to go to bed. I consider it pounds. I am also selling tho nice Falcon ments drawn and copying dono in tho irom ine nrm. 1'. II. Knve and Ino. T. llnbnn ' will comlnct the biulne under the firm name of day afternoon Hov. S. 0. Shelly ofllc-- hut (Unfortunately, lie was taken sick lump coal at 8 J cts. perbushol, delivered host style. L. Stuakt." for LaGrippe. Kayu .V Huben. Kayo .1 llobctuwlll collect all suflbrlng with weakness and n specific i latiug. with the measles and had to remain in in lots not less than 15 bushels, lots of ouutandlnir account and atsume all llabllltlea ofaalil UUwIvcd Arm. Kay& lloiKft, Bnbbagc,-Atty-, glvo little V. G. emaciation, who Smitli English, who was accldently doors. j 100 bushels or more, 8 cents per bushel YSIEPSI,V and !SEKVi:s. Jleferlnif to the above firm I cheerfully recnm ' shot three weeks ago, fs able to be out IlAltDINRUUltd, Kv, nirnil the firm or Kaye X llohcn to my fricmU. Mr. E. B. Protheroo succeods fMr. J. nourishment to ba bios, should ;a Rev. J. B. Irwin, D. D., tlio popular for a short timo only. Nut coal 7 cents J ok L, Mattinolv. ; on crutches. His right kneo is stllT, F, Boyd as miller at the Irvington Ji ills. taker pastor of tho Tulip Street Methodist per bushel. though it is thought that this will bo nil Mr. Protherqe is ono of tho "b It. B. PlKUCE. re millers Church, Nashville, Tonn ,says; "Having right in n little while. in the state and a clover, accomodating tested tlio Germetuor for more than a SAM'L RAY. ROBERT P. HARK. Misses Laura and Lula London went gentleman. The Irvington Milling ComHoliday Rates. j ear by repeated uso, I tako pleasure in serto Owensboro Tuesday to attend the pany is fortunate In securing-his- T ffv saying I found It a prompt relief nnd Tlio Louisville St. Louis and Texas ' . flj" marriage of their cousin. Miss NcttioBen- - vices. J cure for dyspepsia and nervous debility. railroad will soil tickets at oao faro for " netto to Mr. Louis Burns, Owensboro. I kcop it on hand . nnd would not bo tho round trip between all stations for WITII Tho pupils of the IHlt School manifesT"oy will bo absent all winter. without it. Besides being a valuable tho holidays. Tickets will bo on sale ted their appreciation of thojnork tit (he remedy, it Is a pleasant and refreshing December 23rd, 24th, 25th, 30th and 31st The Nkws and Mr. J. D, Brashear are principal Mr,- - Logtp, In a substantial -:- -:- Oil drink," placed under obligations to Mrs. It. L. way on last Thursday afternoon, by p re . lhtCreamef'Cod- liver and January 1st, good returning January ndtiypoplsrosphltes. It will Newsom for a delightful improintn seating to hi i a eomplfito studamV's Janip, 2nd. II. O. M. FOR SALE BY ALT. DRUGGISTS glvi tkemlftrenjjith and mako fforji whlrhlj("'nHide' an appreciative Christmas luncheon eorvad at her" beau$1 A Bottle, Six for $5. 5 tiful residence on ChristmasTlay. speecii to mo&e.wiio uau a part in tins A trial will convince the thoip hablea rat. fhjjsiaans, Eighth and Main Streets, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Keep tho bowels open withGormotuer skeptical that " C. C. O. Certain mark of kindness. the world over, endorse It. KY."'jotl'Io-from 803 to 811- uo wnri iwj jsv ja iira xiviu oxtt Pills. 50 In a bottle, 25c. All for sale Cough - Cure" Is the greatest wlllontarUln tho pupils of this departremedy- extant for., the care A. It, FISHER, ment at tholr 'home on New Year's day VNtkl.MrMliiSibsHMw! by 'KI1HJAIH NOMI SKAVIUIII of LaGrippe, Croup, Ceughs. With Auction andSprivato Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months F,ree, eDi u$H0ii qauHti ()UH uunujlpoi ! Clovprport, Ky. Celdf, fce. from 0 o'clockj). m. till 0 p. in. .w 'Yis.iajsxa hoa Jou'XOutyJf' RobertRWoods, 4Tf ATTORNEY AT CONSTABLE, Breckenridge News.. LEE BISHOP, X-m- New Year's G-ettin- g START EARLY:- your Resolution to By "Deal with Sulzer's" well underway. JULIUS WINTER & Corner and CO., Don't Wait Till 1 o-morr- Bah-bage'- s. COME NOW. i';' Goods are Right, Prices are Right SULZER'S NOW every Department, Therefore Come to Us If j N. hand-aroun- j 'merry-go-roun- 7 8 93 m -- GOODS. st ". -- is .i o B. F. Beard & Co., '- tttf. m B'S&5SEISS3?$a3B -- LaGRIPPE AGAIN. ' J Ger-metu- ar BOURNE, HARPER, Commission Salesmen of Live Stock new-croun- d J j, Mothers Sfcott's lf One-fourt- S $ y n ', jf EH1U1 sion O. S- "W'ZEaZEIEIL.IEJIEe, 1 i Crescent Tobacco Warehouse,, BAY & CO., Proprilftoris. neit LOUISVILLE, ,T. -- u U. ' yrHR,BREGKRNRIDGK NRtfS, OLOVRRPOOT, KY. .ca('cfyn& ritghstl) flail Povcr . Lalcfet U. SJi 0vjt Kcrtfi t. Tobacco Jmbouisville. EsaxmanoKaxata This is the year nnd now is tho tlmo 'to UP Y USEFUL PRLSKNT8 FOR CHRISTMAS Instead of spending your money frivolously. RoYal yv BRTCKEHRIPffi AEWS, . Baking E4iisfaan -- SlJS&JliJ; In In Kentucky. ' It Puts $100,000 Circulation Daily In Annually That is a fact, though not partlcu'a ly that the present iiiov'emi nt of tho local tobacco market calls Into active chculallon each hiislnra--i day in this city from $'r,000 to $100,000 In actual well-tnow- It a CRASH CLOTHING Makes Prices so Low You can Afford to Buy for Poor Neighbor. IN FINE IMAjtaLSJU Y WEDHI3DAY!3ffiSiSi2L SJWWESaJDJfJS&TWES, tie South m . pftWcMai Cwi!ncv.(Linils Cheapest Lands In Are Out! lllck'e .iMi9MI.V cold navc.lrns not reached us Hill v Frank is lPav"c'RSrc6uiity. f j;tj(3" isitini: liis sister in as Mr. Frank Clark will take charge of Mr. Jim Jarboe's farm. West. ilnnirovirti' bylbuildjni'ji)idsfoble1 f ( U Mrs. Jim Rhodes visited her sisters ut Dr. McMullcn our vilhuro j currency. Such has been thostotusof tho market fdr tho past tendajs. 'J'hls money comes from all parts of tho country to Louisville, as n recognized tobacco center, to llquldato tho tobacco crops of Kentucky nnd its sister states As itn active, largo money circulation Is what iirwnnted just nt present, it is logical lo conclude that tho farmer, tho retail storekeeper, tho wholesale merchant, ns well asjnll other lines of business or trndo Indirectly.- wjll prc;llt thereby ,nnd lend material iissiptancb; in A $400,000 STOCK TO SELECT FROlyl.HALF OF IT BOUGHT FOR LESS i QO Tor Brown Ribbed Casslmero vx.uO Overcoats, cut long, in sliigle breasted style, well madojin every particular, and litifdlwitll Twilled H Sergo, cut from tfjtf. (g A fly-fro- T,HAN 50C' ON THE DOLLAR . .i si 5tt , ,. A,l-Wt- o ... . hi -- n $4.78 $9.48 For Blnck1 Chrlyiot Suits, us well as any ten-ddil- ar made and trimmed suit offered b,y other houses, ; Children's USEFUL FOR Clothing V confldeiiJ XJ ' Glcndeane a few days wince. ."7OV! MrJL Lucas has moved to the house And Hemes in Dixie at Any Price lately vacated by Mrs. Ulonkenship. Are Mut,i Cheaperthan Free Mr. Sam llcruiinger, oi WeBt Viow, Homellcas otih&UnimA Sas at Mr. Horace llrtnternday. , proved Pliinin. ory,Jo with typhoid fever. Her sister is hero from -.Lhlie-CrichloV.i' 'Another fact in connection vvitli tobacco, worthy of note as interesting nnd infoi mnUoii,v.is lLat tho dntire yield of the nnnual product of tho state of Kentucky represents, in round num-fier- s $25,000,000. This has been the average estimate now for several yearn past L"6uisvllle Thnes. J " ,! (J j nnd neatly and durably lined cut from 810. AT ASTOUNDINOLY H d and Brown-mixeMeltons, cut extra length and withTfull back, lined vvitli neat cluck wool lining, very hnndsoniu trimming nnd velvet. ' collar, cut from $!. C(i Gt AQ rr Oxford Dmible and For Homespun Suits bought ill tho Fcchcimcr, Fishol & Co. .attqtfon at less than GOc on the dollar ; extra ' long cut, Italian Clothlining, sewed with eilk ;'cut from $13. double-breasted,' . LOW PRICES. GIFTS rou Little Children. Lovely T Men nnd Hoys. 813 48 favoiiaiii.i: comiMiiisos. fjrl lamia in tha Chefokee'strip is ovfei with, tlioso who have been fortunate enough to secure n quarter section will hovo plenty of time Ilamcd. i i Noyliatlieirnfjli to reflect on the mtstako thoy have made. There is no timber, no minerals, no nat ural resources whatever out of 'which mo uoinescauers can nopo 10 iiiuko a bare support, to say nothing of tlio future competency. The only industry that will bring him any returns is agriculture, nnd in this rcgnrd tho strip possesses not one &intle'ndantai:e that cajj uo. ho found in tj.0 Tolil'if forleiES " money and labor. 'Defortf'pgricnUure3 the 'lands can even furnial n Htipp-.r- t must be improved. Tho cost of tho necessary to build fences yion will and houses in that treeless run the cost of the lioiui.slcai's above that of a 'much EiDro desimblo one in the south Not one single thing can be grown there that can not be produced with equnl cost on llir cheap ft hmds in thesonth. Jthu If "ii h!i un conclusively, and cveiv 0110 w.iu Ii:u imt'fti-g'afe- d tho nin'ur concul ?, tLulosiar-n- s prtflt '." lb niaunf.iiltiic oi lumber is concerned t..o South od'ers better inducements than any other section, not excepting the I'acillc slope. Now it i3 ia onkr to make a comparison of the merits of Southern and Western cheap lands for agricultural pur- Little Vdrriori, s6n of 'Mrs. Ann1 Ilruce! is very ill with typhoid fever nnd is not expected q Hvo l' I Court was well attended here this w$ek. A ful attendance of niackstones from llnrdinsburg. Mrs. Ann Druco ma lo a visit to Miss Bradley, of that place, .returned home with her. Mrs. Ned Cannon entertained Misses Mittie Froize, Lissie McDaniel, Dora and their cousin, Miss Kuto Juctt, of FadiicaliVvM) is here visiting relatives i te-Dani- el mmmKn:m' week. .Miss ' Mr. P. II. Webb Went in Grii field Inst v Retf.jBucliatiart, of Hardin county, inkling at tho llaptist church IhcreJ but owing to sickness and 'otherjipfavdrablo circu instances, he clos-e- d after 7l"reo trays. "I'evrBrArOundiff imrretunied-liom- r e from Cave City. Reports good meetings there nnd at Uqver, Ky. He is now in Daviess county attending the Owonsbmo district holiness convention. Mr. Mat .larboe, of (ileiideaue, was hero Sunday at his mother's It is re- reportcilthat Jio lias sold out at 1 7 JT iigain. .iieifvlJ)ll give him a eor-dial welcome. Mr. Jim Jar hoe and family kft this week for Texas, in which state they will iso here poses , Let us take the best sugar lands of under Government Nebraska that, supervision, were heraldM fnra'nd Wido) as the most profitable for" lnvt'stmenlsof ady in the country. Tho report of the United States Station, near Schuyler, Nebraska, shows that, with all the Wealth and hired skill of tho United Satqs Government to back up experiments, that tho tljo average cost o 'cultivation of an acre of sugar beets, including trrnsportatlon, fclbts up $52.2 ) and the average value of products per aire was $63.20, leaving just $11 net profit per acre. This, remember, was under all the aid tho Government cculd render in tho way of skill and niondy. r an onliust to tills take what was dono by colored people, born and reared in slavery, c n tho sugar lands of Louisiana. brio is a ('email', Mary Walker by name, !( St. Mary parish. From seven acres of land h'io sold to the factoiy 200 tons of cane 'or $850 and made a net profit of $2C itobert If allies, a colored man of (lit same parish raised 210 tons of cane on twelve acros und netted $.!00. Of cpuree, the lordly planters, with tapital to hack them, can bent thc"sa ilgureVa long way 'but theyaro given to' show what a poor man can do in tho South. Tlie Trodesn an. sugar-making make their home. They were accompanied by thrqoflf our joung men, l'oole, John Quiggins and Joe Wheatly. Tli is circuit bought a cow for the past summer, which they had ho'misfortune to lose last week with dry murrain Chester Ithodes n few davs later lost n line ox with the same disease it is thought. It is to he hoped that the disease will not prevail to any great extent, as it is said to be incurable, The farm of 3Ir. Jones Mercer, dej ceased, which was lately advertised in the Ken's for sale, was bought by his Mr. John Moore. Mr Moore is very closely bound in the trade, and it is generally thought that in buying the farm, ho also got "an elephant" as tin) adage goes. son-in-la- . I believe wo liavo a government. 1 believe this place is protected by ''local option" law, bo that as it may, a barrel of whiskey was 6old on tho street 'here this week, nnd it is repotted that the same man will bring another barrel here soon for tho same purpose. Is it possible that our men will sit around with their Angers in their mouths and allow such an outrage? Itemembcr men and women, it may be that your boy wi'l start for a druukard's grave from that disgraceful place. 1 . f i 'S.e our Insuianco pWllman. . , -- d O. It. fi ' 0, T. " I Owe It ' lenefit my To suffering humanity to tell tho great wife has received from Parks' Sure Cure, the truly great Liver and Kid- ney Cure.' 81 io has been constitutionally wrecked for several years. Tried ,Aftejjnjich sion froin my druggist backed by his guarantee 1 bought n bottlo of Parks' Suro Cure and tho results are nicro than wonderful W. P. lkiyes.2 131 Jones St A igfMieQdl.ggista Oinnha, neujia Thi HCCe&ke 1'hwAEroJA nttrngBli'atrTi.e Housewife, the Indies' Homo Monthly published , at 81 'Warren! strebt, New) York City, has been greatly improved vtyy it3iJ"v,R'Vle and is tho best C cent monthly that comes to our exchange tabic. It contains trustworthyindviceon the fftlj'hicnpt oLjhopiej. on health, ;jpusekeppng, education and things Which tnako life pleasant. Headers will ' find no better work, no bettor writers in their special dopaitracnts any' whero than those appearing in the Housewife monthly. Subscription prico for this niagalho Is b'ul CO cents a year, Agents aud subscribers receive acceptable prcm- ""lumST"Cllrl8tmas'is lady acquaintances will have a 4fp;od chance valuablo nresents with vnrv llttlo work. Wo arersur4.wtho--pTiblIhore2rha- . ' Housewjfe Corporation, will bo leaed io sena sampio copiis to any one nsKing Afor.thein'1cnd.t'l6rrj'a postid card nJ t XKM wJUw Am ViV " comlng-and-many-of- our M Hjusewifo Monthly. Our community was shocked last week by receiving a dispatch from Mr. S, 0. Barnes, of Henderson, telling of the doath Df 'his wife, Mrs. I. A. Barnes. Mrs. Barnes, whoso maiden name was McDaniel, was a native of this place, and her remains wero brought hero and interred nt Pleasant Hill cemetary. She is said to havo been a most estimable christian lady, was a member of tho Methodist church. Wo fehur to tho bereaved family and friends our sympathy! Mr.'WItl Mt'Danlol nnd Lewis, of Torre Hnute, Ind., and Mrs. Sophia Ilriitnmer, of Henderson, attended tho burial services, which were con. Piffled by" BrtJBpclmnan;pMr. I'd McDaniel "returiieiT hdnVo Svlth his undo . . Mr. Barnes. t Mrs.-Lm-re--ia hug ncijaiiiiirF-, BUENED TO DEATH. O Missft.E.mra " County, Gets Too Fal'ej.y.of, Ilancock Near a Grate, d. lnH"HeTClothrrig1s-Ignite- 5nr&Kmina,Fiiiion7"raIightrl Cf Ilev. T. G. Fallen, residing below Hawesvillc, wassosovorly burned on Sunday, tho lTtfh Inst., thai she died the following Tuesday. she f was stnudlngj befpro tho grato when the dratr of tho chimney drew her clothing into the lire, and it became ulmosU-iuiinedlatc- ly .Yzi wrapped in flames, and before assistance her nnd render efficient hojn, ' mo blao Hail been drawn clown her i "j County Seat Removed. JhTp'alanislipJIij as, fjjjal ly burned. MIs tallen was 17 yearn of age, nnd Crawfoid coupty Indiana is In a big ono of tho most beautiful and charming fight over tio rptnovol of tho court houso. young'kdies In Hancock county, mv T'ho Commissioners havo Issued an order that the county seat bo romoyed from avJ'l).ilBWal -crA.?r Leavenworth to Ltig'lsh. It seems that "o,hnd-dclihftrip to Clovor-'portla- a petition signed by 1,800 citizens of the Pi,lN,- - n.,'frl. ti:L'JVn'jS-f- - C Sunlln?- After preaching to county would give them this authority viiiiuiDii vi jr iui i iitiiur s iasiurm. the saints, vo nerved twcnty-tha'Wa!?y Slfll'nJ? ljavoecelved but tho subscrlberH lp our paper. Wherever river iront people claim that if the VJaen Bby wu ilck, fictitious signal tires to tho wo go thcro seems to 1)3 a feat demand her CMtorU. Wbeo sli u'ed Hricken 6!f, (hen would not u Child, the cried or Cutorla, for our paper- - Many clubs ore being When ih became. M1m, ths dune to CoitorU, sent In and it Is a very easy thing to got 1.&00 remain. "Tho fight fjipn, Jiut! Whn dehd Children, the cats them CutorU. is likely to ha tho county seat of up a club for tho paper. Kentucky Crawford in the future, ' Baptist. could reach Katie Burkheart, of Jiowleyville, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Dowcll. Messrs. 'A. T. Cox, Mc. Richardson aud Will Brown went to Louisville last weok. Messrs. Woods and Crawford, traveling salesmen of Louisville, wero in town lost week. Mr. Ben Guedry returned from Brandenburg Sunday accompanied by Mr. Hnrvey Gary. Mr. Sain Kendall, of Actnavllle, Ind., was called home last week to attend tho sick bed of his mother. Mrs. Joe Carlton, of Hawesvillc, who visited Mrs. Mattio Roberts last week, returned homo last Monday. Mrs. Will Roberts nndj hildren, of Louisville, were guests of Mrs. Mattie Roberts several dajs last week. Tho remains of Mr. John I). Roberts were brought hero fiom Texas and interred at Jluck Grove last Sunday. Mr. Tom Broun, of Pajnesville, was in .town last week looking nftcr the Interests of tho firm Brown it Brown, of which lie is a member. Mr. J. J. Masiy 1 ft last w ek for Owensboro to spend tho winter. Attractions wo believe in tho way of n charming widow. Jno. 1). Babbag"', of the Xkwm, wa In town lost Friday, hence his proof reader will haven few more of my chicken tracks to decipher. ("Woread v our "copy" as we run. Proofreader Aunt Betsy Kendall departed this life on Monday tho 11. She had been a patient sufferer for six years with paralysis. She was 70 years old and beloved by nil who knew her. Interment was at the family hurjing ground. Mrs Mattiu Roberts will leave in a' few days to visit relatives at Jolly's station. I cannot help hut envy her her trip just n little, as I once had tho pleasure for several dajs of enjoying the hospitality of the family where she will visit. I am rejoiced at this writing to pronounce our little town nbout free from the scourge of typhoid fever, that has prevailed in this section for tho past two months. Mrn. Bramlett aud litt'o Bertio Bruner aro improving rapidly nnd Mrs. Brown is regaining her health slowly. Ekron has a living curiosity in the way of a den of "old bachelors" they are situated on Broadway in tho cottage recently occupied by Mi. Stanfield. Tho cull-nar- y department is presided over by uncle John Tuttlo and William Kendall, household 'duties by Will Tobin and John Kendall is master of all trades and good at none Quite a long time has elapsed slnco the readers of tho News havo had some of my silly "tittle tattle" to peruse but like a bad cold, I will return. Hero I am ready to spend another Christmas in old Jleado and I find nfter a vacation my shallow brain is inclined to bo stupid and loath to enter in to activo service. Oh! my how glad I am that I am not to "taffy." If I wero mysllly head would bo turned by tho numerous compliments paid me by II. W. J. nnd Philas. I daro say that Philas don't feel bnd when you blunder his No 111. As you aro both old crqnies, I know you won't cross out each other, Oh! dear me, I wish you were a hoy again, or that Bomoof tho, later day hoys wero of tho opinion you are. To day has been an ideal winter day and old mother earth has donned her white robe, much to tho delight of tho j'ounger''gpneration for it would not ho Christmas aud Santa Clans without snow. By tho way, ns tho timo draws near 1 wonder which of the correspondents for tho Meado Messenger will ho tho lucky ono In carrying off tho prize for tho best twenty-fiv- e letters. We havo watched them all very closely throughout the year, mid give Phllns ascendancy, although Unlucky Sal, II. W. J., Mark Twain and Nancy Hanks follow close in his wake, lint, I'll stand by you, Philas, and hejp your No. 12 nlong by stuffing my voto in 'em, lc lor yotireelection from nn nnn oi irvou ciaoomio Beavers, in Brown, Blue, Olivo and Blnck colors, pplondldly made In douhlo d style, In new cut, nnd with full back, wool and serge lining, cut from $R.50. ? $9.98 richly tailored Suits, cut in' all tho fashioiiablo styles,, rpynllfinjshcjdjnnditrimmed, equal' in every detaili to merchant, tailors'. work; cut from $22, $20, $18. i A Suit of Clothes or Overcoat, Neck-,wea- r, Superb lines Suite, Box-plaite- d of - Fino Kid Gloves, Fur-tod or p I'ur-line- Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Shirts, Silk Silk-face- single-breaste- $14.48 'An fijimo'nsdjinlj 6fGliiy 'Worsted Suits, ill Doublo and Sack,s ,nnd F(rocks, fathionably and pxquisi't'ely jFinJBhed no better Suits Fold anywhere on earth or, less than $20 to $25. shiglc-breasie'ii -- d Charming Kilt Suits, Dtgre-mni- it Short l'ant Suits, Norfolk or Suits, Santa Claus Woolen Wnisto, Three-pieSuite, Snug-lilting Jorsoy i - cp most elegant line of Overcoats for dressers-$11.- 48, $14,48 and up, nnd lordly Ulsters nt $7.74, $9.48, A Suspenders, Silk and Cashmero Mufllers, Cnnes nnd Umbrellas, Hats nnd Shoes, Slippers. Mail Undtrwear. Shoes nnd lints, nnd Nice Neekweur. fino $11.48. "We have Working' Suits allower tirices arid Dregs' Suits at higher prices fenough d clothe the whole population. Put us to tho prpof ! Orders Filled Promptly. A Guess on the Burro with Every Purchase. Mail Orders Filled Promptly I I KLEIMHANS&SIMONSON, MARKET ST. J17r. 4th nnd 5th. I Tir a1 UI XffX JL Tiff I I . . J. XfJL XfX I I ! Vl jUI frir a m tt II I New Full Catalogue Now Ready. SHOE AND CLOTHING COMPANY. J I JL XX -- LOUISVILLE, KY. milMBIij &55ESS2?n?s i ii'Mj.. WHMn iJVTfTWIIBBrffTiJiil ' aKrniytm71KKBKttf . , ; iMyj RAtEG: 2V PER DAY. j i"'Mm n I niiiii I THE POPULAR FAVORITE M)kk Mgw5Hs y 7 EV "KIS-ME- " - GUM, - I Hiiiiii wwmmmk -- -- r Nearly Half a Million Cakes Consumed Every Weejc. . NO GRBT NO That is Why Everybody Cliews ASSORTED FLAVORS IN EAQH CARTOON. "How About the Weather." publishTho "Weekly Courier-Journaed nt Ix)iiisville, Ky.,dolightH in keeping its Eubscrihers guessing. In addition to being the greatest Democratic newspaper published, it hns been n pioneer in enterprises that require thought nnd figuring The on tho part of its subscribers. Week'ly's estimating contest on thq election in 1892, by which $14,400 in gold coin wero distributed among forty-fiv- e guessers, is n sampio of this. Tho latest guessing offer of tills papo.1 is on the weather that ono subject on which we The all consider ourselves prophets proposes to give Weekly Courier-Journ$1,000 in cnsli to its subscribers who can mime tho coldest day in the month of February, 18U4, at Louisville, Ky., and guess closest to tho lowest temperatuto on this day. The contest closes Jnnuary Every new subscriber who "Jl, 1804. enn make ono guess j nnd every sends old subscriber who renews, sending $1, can guess. Send for n sample copy of the paper for full particulars Write at once, as the timo is short. l, 1 . j t n DBiThurv MANAQCff. -, lLi 5 - Joui 3 YILLE , Ky. 'over, lieadacbe. Waketulneis, Lost Manbood, Nlitbtly Kiolsslons, Nurvou- nesl.Ali drains ana loss or poweriaueneraiiTourKans oi euner sexcausea broveroxertlon.youthftar rrrori, excessive uiaof tobacco, unlum orstlm nlants.nhlchl'adtolnflrmttr. Contamptlonor IntaDHr. Can be cairtedla t! pocket. Si I per box. Of or e53, by mall prepaid. WltnaSS order we IftVsSC' st. iJLsyJH Dy an anrillcn tuarniiloi m cure nr munu ine miner ooia sealed Hook sent SdrucirHtii. Ark font, take nnothpr WrltoforfreeJtertlr.U . A b AKf BH. plain wrapper. Address Mill V 15 BEKI VO.,UasonleTemplo,CuiCAOu. "nSiO Utt in , i Fur sate la Cluverport. Ky.. by A. K. KiauEH, and by C. C. m AitrriM uruggnts. MANHOOD RESTORED! $SSSZSJ2tfS2Z to cures. ItierrouidltoaH'ii.Bucli an Weak McumrT.LoiaofUrala Sifl,'M llv m A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! Positively remove BONE EPAV11T,' Ringbone, Splint, or Curb, vv FREE ! FREE ! FREE ! a niij FREE ! 0 tiSSti AVINCUR in 48 Hours, itnoni SI. 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Please send the Tufsday Oript DiuoctuT ' Name of sender.. for one yrar to me snd to each of the subscribers nau.eJ, 4 HINTMFNT: iiinii w m m. flj I'oit-offli- e , i , State.. ll ! Names of Subscribers. PostKiflice. State, GORES WOTHIHa BUt PILES, ... I FERRETS. either male or In Clnverpntt lor Now It the time to prepare Tor fjooc.icli,caili, jour wliittr' fpott. Ailitrei VV, h. AhllllVjUioverport, ivy " I will delher female, ut the itn ' 1 t'tt A, l. Id , A SURE trtftni mined Terror Exjiros ofln-".if and CERTAIN CURE known for IO yaars as the BEST' iv REMEDY FOR PILES. by BICI11BUS0S BIDItlSI IO., ST. UICIl. l hi i i i. f i ' $mz. The THE NEW YORK; LOST BOB. pointer with wlilic and lemon tpott at VV'ebMer, Ky., any one knuwnf( lilt whereabout will rtccie live dullari Is reward )i returning to owntr. J At. IlliltNOON', ii first I.itfMiich, CHARLES A. DANNA, of American fJewEpapers, Editor. IrtlnKlnn, Ky. The American Constitution, the American Idea, the American Spirit. 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SdB3lSrT3 &JLY i - lrnud-uletit'a- Ordenncfonipanltil with the caihpronipth filled co pa-ji- n;;-ll- sh eirnlly rnnovoN," Her, r. C. iKluIutrt, New York, ivrltciIII"Acorn on lire toe Uh IIIP if cull, uhlol! C. Ct thorn C. CvrtHlii orn :nro Hlimt iiiur M 1J s viiii 'V ii P aaiwii is .n ONE DOLLAR POB Sjr.'M:PTJE YEAR- j . A.DDUBSP,: 003T. I THE WEEKLY HERALD, tJULZERU HERALD SQUARE, NEW YORK. fc. ,trI J ' 1! f j, jH XXT-IT- THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ..u--.t II . s ': id""' . ' "" w -- in Hi- - QLOVEHpOHT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1893. FALLING AND FISHING. IlV JOSEPH NO. 23. ! Oil, It's tun' tu .The Sly Old, Coon. lo II) tmr(itv, nn')u iljncn (n'.lli ' Home LOOKS LIKE, BUSINESS. iillVic Hut , , ! jiex'June, iri rM lc a Imy loon, llkct tlic (H.r), mi' iIiiIlk on concert li.illi; IM give ymi nil er turtles frnm now nnlrl iig.itn nna go jrurihlti' Per n lulls, K.' Industries of the South Lively Motion Are Getting Mo n. tOTTItCI.I., I), n. Once More. Vro, I know low neck, arc tirctly, an' I like lo ' rut Ire cream, in It's nice li watrli the wnltrcrs n tinhtln' like i a dream;' V,f . Hut fer me Hie sweitust music tli.it war etcr tit j to tunc. Was jlicrlinrusofthvin dojjs nn' 10)S n cliailli' of n coon. All Business Improving, and Appearances Promiso tho Most Pros-poro" Season To Be Just Now, Budding. ii uit-Tim-- s itivmr.vTi NU. LOU-isvil- li' Jlow tlicm oun's would yelp nn' c.i,ut at ns youngsters pranced nroundl The ileud.. leave, rattled underfoot an' frost l.ild i on uie grounu, An the country iscemcil traiulincciccl by the ineller autumn moon, An ' nil nature wa propitious for to ketch llif ) 4 iv ly old coon. I ." J I Oh, you bet I ain't forgotten haw I iiltrvhcn we IIVAS hnvft . I 1 hey ivhii'I ontj In all thr crowd could beat me & imakln noise, Jk er lint )'ou bet C I iralsei) nc'oon, a'holfeiln' IlkeaToonS. kep' still' eTmirgh"ntelMvel fa f was Murphys, there was lltllearys, there .'was boys an' there was mens There was Tellers there I've plumb forgot fwlsh't I was young ng ilnt We carried club an' axes, shotguns an' inuske. v I toons Oli7you bet we loaded Icr large gjinc when we , went alter coons! Tlitir , We'd light out fer tall timber, u doren boys an' "m flogs; We'd scratch our'fVce'ston Abe bresh'anjlbark jour shins on logs, Itu; we neverj whined or whimpered) wo (hung. on iihe uani noonc, Tel .we pulled up under some big tree lli.it held J n torn-fe- d coon. Sometime mm I the game would be Inside n holler In 'i the tree, An' ion itline huggin a big limb, too high ler 1 S Tlip Manufacturer, published in givoef US' tho foflowlnj'liel-- of b'otUIiorn IndusTries reneniugoperatjonsy after temporary suspensions, and of "iow ones starting up: r,'.j Tho copper works at Dticktown, Tenn-tbic- e, lmvo resumed operations' 'forjlhq winter. Tho Glen Grove Coal Company, Glen Grove, West Virginia, has(rcsumed n"in-in- g operations. ( The Riverside Steel works? at Wheeling, West A'irginin, have resumed orWaJ lions in nil departments. Two scrap furnaces and tho nail 7ac tory of the La Bello Mills, of Wheeling West Virginia, have started up. , Business has been resumed nttha mills of the Gardner and Lumber Company dfjGeorgetown, South Carolina) Thelilast furnace, 'rolling mill (jjrij )Spiko vrorks oHI.q AlegheiCompan of Iron Gate, lrginiu, have slartedHip, ( After,a;shtitdpyn,of several weeks. tno knitting mill at Scotland Keck rorth Carolina, has resumed maniifact unng. -- f ns in see: Exley & Co's planing mills, at 'Marl Ail! sometimes tower, his ol' cliceksns roundjas 'tin's1 l'erry, West Virginia, have Viecri j a naiioon Ilutclostnl hand er out o" sight, ) on bet he was put in operation after n shut down of jour coon. several weeks. I soineililh 'bout nMroon'slphjsIquefthnt Ther " . I ufwajs mAes me laiigh an' the larnln A laic as solemn .is a judge of n calf--Hut when us Hcijr riimM'il nn tits trill the slurp- nosed ol IuiIIihiii 1 'on ml out it wasn't funny, was our coon. I " fer he knimtdlic t "rV" y -- s t - Sometimes wc chopped the tree down; somtttmes used our gun; I we Sometimes one of us dim the limb an, shook 'tin I , down for fun'; lie might keep lisTworkln' there all night, cr lie I might drop pretty soon, . . . Hut (we rJevefTefJonlel we got thaj sasiy, ring. Wc alters aimed to circle 'round, no matter "" where we'd roam,,k Hut mo're'n once whenaylTght ketchedros we mmsm? from flume;! w'ns seven miles An I rnindatlmeespccl.il, when we rrll got back atioo- nJr jf r ( IIut every fetletjn the crovd jslimvcdtnp .a Jilg J &tmpmm retailed cool- inin.w . ... mm. M , , f i j ThelBaxter FtovivWorks,' of Binning-ham- , Alabama, has resumed operations, giving employment to about fifty men. It is stated that tho Tonnetneo foal, Iroirnnd Hailroatl Company will bloVin its'two, furnaces in Birmingham, Ala bamaj'known (is tho Alice plant. Orders have been given to start upth Riverside furnace at Beuwood, West"Vir-ginir- ., as soon as possible. This furnace , has been idle since July 10. The, knitting mill at MobTje, Alabama, formerly pwned by W. D. Kyle has been purchased by Thaddeus Harrison. andasjbeen pill inIbj)eratlon. TJiopbtbnrSeed oij mill of the Etowah Alliance Company, of Gadsden, Alabama, has been purchasedfand pul'in operation i You'foiks n have yer.ptrticsjdr-sinnktr- s jwV, V! An' palternie yer opcr' hoiite, and halpLJfX. concert halls, Hut fer me the swedes' liiiisfc that was ever Ft to yer balls. Y Was the psalm them country dogi sung when they'd raised a Long Crick coon. J E. '.In'theiHepabllfcl - tune, L, Ml'S""!!! I yllul'l. . , Calkins. Prevention Is Better ,. M i WM&A n West Virginia, have Started up, 'after a four month's shut, dqwn'. Tho furtiaco alone gives, epiploymgnt to twp hundred ' People. , Tlio Donald Lumber and Manufactur ing P?man',pi MoWjeM UbaiBajTUI business opdrations lindeir thd resiui eflectr-i- f Yfl3rf: TU l JK ?ipi pf(S8vtr!?n?j,inibPr Manu facturing Company. The oldj'anhtfndle Glass Works, now failed ttioWest Virginia Window Glass Our town isalivo with Christmas shop- - Works, of JYellsburg, West Virginia, tt?(er'bcing,'fdlo for nine years, have 'ItTAVrOweTi 'went RTIFVlngtorrlnBtr sTarTed" up igain'JirrulT fmimmmmmmmmmmmmmsemmm K:!t&r3rs(SCmyeiMmrt&iui- C. W. Dean returned from Louisville pany's. plant on the island opposite a jFriday. J. T. F. Owen w ent to Bowling GrtJOB 'last week. class condition, under tho personal super Bo,,ButIodsOjtCQnduceillBervice8,in vision ofrMr. E. J. Marsh, their new & "tho hell Siindnyovening. 2 eupofintlndent, who came from Baton MrSRobertlllnynesof WWteolle7; is Rouge, Ixniisiana, and has taken quite a visiting at Mr. II. It. Dean. share of the capital stock of the company. . MissSallio Moorman has been quite The mills and dry' kilns werd started in sick for tlio last two weeks. full blast, aud they have already loaded W. J. Dean Sn, went to OwensbOro two large vessels at their' whanes this , last week to hear Talmago lecture. week for Now York. These mills emMiss Georgia Robertson will b--i at ploy a large number of men.' ihomo Saturday to spend tho holiday. See our Insurance Ad 0. B. & 0. T. Mrs, W. V, Wprthara is the guest of Sklllman. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. It. Dean; Miss Bettie, Webb, of tho Heights, For a lame back or for a pain in the spent last week with her sister, Mrs. R. side or chest, try saturating a pleco of ..W.OWJjn, flannel with Chamberlain's" Pdlh Balm Mias Edna Robertson spent several and binding it 6nto tho affected parts. t days in Hardinsburg last week the guest This treatment will curd any ordinary jjof MissBuzby. . case in one or two days. Pain .Balm also H !i j i It is with deep regret wo write that cures rheumatism. 50 cen( bottlo for ealo Mrs. R. II. Moorman is sinking rapid- -' by A. R, Fisher, Clovorpok and 'WltC & i'J j ly and her death is expected at any time. RIeador, Hardinsburg. Mrs. Kate. Bennett, who has jbeen vis-- j T BEK ADASBvASXSTD. i The thumb was iting relatives inHhe community, return- o ) smashed just this I..,', i. Tho Estill Eaglo tells of Judgo Red-wi..i i. iiuriiviiiu i.. iniui;iuutiiipb ni.t.f cu w iu iiiiir . i "same but tho man i excusing a juror for coming Into to AYoung;: FAraervLoigesJfie Deane-4 day. an lirillrl TTm liHfl n. court. Tho juror said the bed fell down E. II. Dean lias returned from Owcihfleld Desperado In Jail. bottle, 6f Dr. F,5nner'aOolden Relief, with him and his wife threo times durbwn Isittnz .his r.ItensAdamtllwtp boro, on niwn' .lie toured, soma Into 'a cup and dipped ing tho night, nnd when ho did Anally htflUumb in, It. as Irsky.IVrTPOTrros. Hardip's1 ;BOWi6ovwedwltha soon as hurt It is get to sleep ho slept too late. Thu Judge brother,. Mtl B)M JoSui, !who!sUnla tliin piece of cloth very critical condition, rsidvrco. near bcancfleld, about ,ono .ml IrrntAWtirilli iha Rfillnf. Ila worlra closed his remarks thus:"If you were not gel-- . month txoo aud Valsc d a row and slibt"! 'm nijhal.', It U BOt'sore though yet raw. The sick at Mr. Henry Dean's are married I would not .!' IVhaatiot swelled. 'No matter vvill form.' so recently don't want it to happen oxcuso ngalowgtlypattiayMwrtf W0 sWr?ssHsWBWRJHBBt!slHiwWBWWwflBW again, you, but I IWm!6rlcltRfright atohg'and lh yet.uo.Ueclilwl-cliaugjQ.rlUoJw:ttJtJvaUcyji:ejydaDi:ttfiJllyH"flMil1g. sv'diyptiwo'itwin.bawclL Inllamrua-tto- a Winchester Democrat. Muaesday at. Thoy havp.yie,-sympathy- , eaaBOt teiistiwhere it la applied, of the entire con'munfty Amo;ig tho lncidenU of childhood that in aud soh,' .aayoraemitha&iUiet tsomlngr dew can sun ravs. arme'rs.,f llvitiL' in' ll'ikt Me: ItHirYo'Miood.', fcostlBtwIUuder.fltbeibricht ,.... , jr 'Uiide3eJr)iinaniintiTnally and cun stand out In bold relief, as our memory were Liver, and Kidney Cure. tho i.arrest was made .ab6ut 0 .o'clock $oll4; aummer odmpUln,tf, lpx dy?pep- - roverts to the days when wo than young, prominent none nro severo . ... j .. , ,ii. small sickness. inoio young mother vivh'ly re. Parks'SWoCurit is thq.oniy (j laranteed ttveunes.(iayn)guianu upieman leic ior usueto.. auibMiBuie wv uu Tho lutn otJiHttar jncfl n two.hyurs cures members that it was Chamberlains Cough , rnmedy'.j Is action is quick and positive Hartford. wIt,, .,'? Ptisoper" jubout 1 annr tWMit rirt- - ftHnltumiHlftii. In fnct Remedy cured her of croup, and in turn thai pack-ach- e o'clpcka m. Thursday, arriving here' HeareA Willstj-apd sick-hea- d that has 'Inflarama-- 1 her own offspring and actie. A, positive specific for all diseascs- - about sunrise,' when, the prisoner was hob in m - vae taoiespooniui aose curea administers it to best results, with the lor Kilo by La'Grifpe. jyMr ditappeintt. Safe and al way 8 Fisher, in jail to a Walt His' trial.-lla- rtof woman. Why sulTer wlion it 'will 'placed Cloverport, and Witt & eertaln.i-Mone- y refuaded if satisfaction A. R. 1 ' ford Hera d. Mcador, Hardinsburg., cure you? A. R. Fisher, druggist., a ooiue - noeae Vtfi "not) giTfl. laice t Than a cure, and those who arq subject to rheumatism con prevent attacks by keeping the blood pure and frcofrom tho acid which causes the disease. You can rely upon Hood's Sarsaparilla ns n remedy for rheumatism and catarrh, nlso for every form of scrofula, salt rheum, boils and other diseases caused by impure blood. It tones and vitalizes the'wholo fcystetu. j. ,, - , , J.77-r-- 71 V AJL H ?JU Iloon s Pimjj are easy and gentle in Jenn.. lias resumod business alter reor ganization, and is now operated as tho, Pratt Gin, Hamo and Plow Company. The Birmingham, Alabama. Hardware Specialty Company has put its plant at East Birmingham in operation1 Again after an idleness of about five montliB. i U .il.'U .UrfH'4uM ' tevHU. I rno iron lurnace oi tno Asmanu, Kentucky Cdal, Iron and Railroad Company, resumed operations November, 15th; and another furnace will blow in about Dec , .- Jgiitl Gn poropanyof Mimpl-- k 1st. Thfc Bellair Steel W6rks, of Wheeling, l tj$ f . H:-A3f- .' i...!i.. i, There nro what theycall the skipjacks, a fish that flirts up outof the water as ho' that dashes for a minnowj-rljy- , .I.had.a tumble,. down tho .bluff,-da- y of any ono of the before, yesterday that camo, near punctuating, with n period, my bother about sects would call tho Methodists. Loyal "origiual or birth-sin,- " the law of retri- Methodist as I am, jealous and zialous, bution, and the life. Tho descent is a I merely call them transfers. Wesley-ia- n Christian Advocate, Atlanta Ga. precipltplis one, and losing my balance Cloverport, Ky., Nov. 0, 18!):i. with a can of worms in ono hand and my fishing rod in tho other, hero I go I a A Qood Thing1 to Keep at Hand. log at Uie foot receiving1 mo. Mercy I'rom the Troy .Kansas) Chief. what a shock! 'There I lay, wracked Somo years ago wj wero very much with paih from the concussion, so parato severe spells of cholera morbus; lyzed as lo wonder if I must die. But subject and now when wo feel any of tho sympmy daughter camo to the brow of tho proceed that ailment, bluff (wliy just then is ono of the myster- toms that usually 'such as sickness at the stomach, diarrhoea ies,) and her voice, "Pappie, what's tho y. Wo have found matter?" was resurrection music. She etc., wo become seal Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarcrept dopm to me, found my spectacles, Remedy tho very thing to straightgathered up my worms, untangled my rhoea en ono out in such cases, and always kept tackle and helped, mo laugh. Tho hand Wo are not writing this for a that planted tlio lachrymal glands also it about. pay testimonial, but to let our readers strung t"Jo risible nerves. The father in what is a good thing to keep handy tho parablo, who typed tho divine. Futh-ersai- know in tho house. For sale by A. It. Fisher, "Itwasmoet that wo, should Cloverport, and Witt & Mendor, Harmake m$rry." dinsburg. ul got up from beside the log against which hal fallen, and limped over to GARFIELD. the riyer. It's godd policy in Ufa to go on to your ,vork, or toyoursport, to get well Mrs. Dr. llarned is convalesent. don't go to bed and feed your feebleness Doc Carman is very busy prizing towith grdntb au'J grumblings, nursing bacco. your complaints into .mastery. Aud so Dr. llarned was called to seo Mrs. Ed in sinning, turn off from the affair in Davis Saturday, practical renouncement of, tho folly, nnd Jas. L. Macy Is visiting his uncle, D. don't Bnilllo and whine and whimper 0. Johnson, of Bowleyville. about it. That's tho way I would have Wo nro glad to learn that Mrs. Laura done, had I over sinned in this life. I can always catch inoro flsh (or should Compton is recovering from a serious illI put it fishes"?) when alono. If any ono ness. is.wltlyfio, I go tlq talking theology, nnd Mr. Jesse Bell and Miss Salllo Macy look around id trie counteuanco of my aro visiting Miss Emma Bell, of Lodi-burcompanion Itfseo if my talk takes. Tho uod of tho head of ono listening, is liko Miss Jaclo Brown will bo at homo the dance or dart of a cork when a flsh Christmao to spend a week with her jerks, "'Doctor, lookj you're getting a parents. bite! jerkV And so lit !a;K whilst I was Mr. Wm. Mncy has returned from so journinp, by a side fetch, the "doxie" Vino Grovo accompanied by his friend, of my friend, tho flsh drew my cork unMr. Lancaster. der, amLuiaw) here it is;4a little chub. Perrin's school closed Dec. 15th. Tho WhatBHrnbers of these "fccotchl I'vjJ scholars all regretted parting with their '2. T - A AA4A AJmVA s. Hirn. teacher very much. He camo to this ey 'timer on tho thumb, neighborhood a perfect stranjer nnd gain' - crushes It t-- J and tho to have of nail turns black ed n host friends. Wo hopo vV ul nd comes off Tho Mr. Haynes for our next teacher. " thumb swells and v yuuiuccu huh Seo our Insurance Ad 0. B. A 0. T. "Mays the man Sklllman. up," Norf look at another case. They Were Recently Married OW8? d: g. I am tempted sometimes to tell nn editor what an excellent paper ho is making through editorials, clippings from exchanges, and othcrwiso ; hut compliments are so cheap and palaver so plentiful, there is otoppaec, and a flank-of- f to a perpendicular lino from that of commendation taken, if indeed there' is uojio about-fac- o and a march in tho direction of accusation and quarrel. , It's at thf" Jeginning of this, to tell yojijabqutimy fishing. My 's house is but u few steps from tho Ohio river only the street to cross aud you aro at tho brink of tho bluff. "And, Joseph, wo aro up hero on tho banks of tho Ohio I I always wanted to livo on tlio Ohio!" Daughter called to my memory tho other day that exclamation of "Mama's," after wo had gotten to tho parsonagohero in tho fall of 1884. It prompted mo to step to the door nnd look.out at the Ohio. How cumulative is sentiment through magnetic touch of phenomena, made sacred by association ! The Ohio flows gentlyl Tho bend tho river makes 'round to the northwestward as in reluctanco to any southward flow, has been called Bell'a bend; but under enchantment of scenes of sunset, and others of gleaming .radinnco of reflected stars through shimmer of the waves under from tho firna-men- t, I've beon inspired to qualify thq namo by nn tcstietic, if not poetic, touch renaming it Bellvlew bend; and the now name is gradually crcopinj to tho lips of he people. Cloverport is divid ed, half nnd half, by Cloyer creek, that la spapped by a bridge near the point of ijts junction with tho river tlia main street of the Town city crossing it. (You see I writ Town with a capital T and city with ahttlo c.) Mr. Short's reeidenco is to tho southward of the bridge, and at tho beginning of the curve thatgiveB t)iury(hmiu view upon which I so often gaze, in meditation of what "Mama" said about tho enchantment thcro was to her from tho Ohio. A river thus become a liquid tonguo in converse with tho clouds, whilst my soul sometimes tranquil, sometimes heaving like the sea is, snittcn by tho lovo of the nrmamem, outoi wuicn tno stars seem to bo doing their best to fell of tho glory to which earth's dear children are invited. Let us slug as wo ascend, reponsive to tho chime of tho gbldon bells: "Bo yo lifted up, ye everlasting doors," and Sl ... I j iei At. filial iius (uiaa. ml iuu uru vveury, mi !t so wearyl under weight of shad oh, best-nownight-whisperin- named them Cnmpbellilrs; lhiy die so soon when out of tho vftiter. Occasionally I draw out a yellow cat These I've named old landmark Haptlsts. Thoy pull so hard, nnd (it requires such big halt to tempt one. 'And then they hnvd such sharp fins yoli get your hands pierced in getting ono off tho hook and string. Tho bluo rnts I've named Baptists, yrhey'll bito at a naked hook; they've got no batter sense. Now and then I hook oj little silver side 'pisclopian. It fluttersV-li- ko dancing and gleams lesthetlcafiy. Thero Is a creature called tho wutuVdog that I find a means of grace. It isj after tho order of certain men I know, j Yes, and ono or two women a lump of rich fertilizer at tho root of my patience. It is on the Hzzard or scorpion order, only it lengthI was ens out to a tail that is in uncertainty as to whether my hook was caught in a bunch qf water grass or a pilo of trash ut tho bottom, Thoy take your hook liko somo pcoplo tako your talk, slow, Bulten and dull. I pulled gently and hero it camo' to tlio surface, its head on tho frog style, eyes expressionless, with foro legs outst reached like an alligator's. ; doctor," said "Dat's ere olo warter-dog- , a little negro standing by watching my line. It sank back, sullenly, nnd I asked Ho tho little negro about water-dogs- . could give me no satisfaction. I caught ono of tho horrid things the next day. The custom is, when ono is caught, to cut off tho hook, leaving a foot of tlio attached Hue, crush Its head and fling it back and let it float aw ay, I w asn't posted, and endeavored getting this ono off of my hook My, how slimj! To class it religionistically (mind, now, I don't say religiously, I'm to rcvero'nt for that) put mo to ifiy trumps. What a nfngb my fancy took! People canto to my mind whoso faces and whoso movements were suggested by tho bugger I wns on tho vergo of despair for anjanalogy or to classify myinow acquaintance when at last it eanio with n pop, like a cork from tho mouth of a champagne bottle. It was aiij orthodox elder come to inquire if I hadj a copy of tho New York Observer; it wanted to know whether tho synod had douo its duty in questioning that crankj of n heretic, Dr. Briggs. I accomplished tho task at length, with my knife, of disengaging the thing, passed it backfto the river nnd went on fishing, repeating to myself, orthodoxlcally : I ilsh-lik- WfcST VIEW. Will Skillmnu was nt homo last Week. Misi Neddie Hunter has returned home. Mr. Ellis Roberts is quite sick nt this writing. Schdol will close nt this place December U2I d S. M. Henuinger returned fiom Louisville last week. Prayer meeting nt tho M. E. church every Sunday night. Misses Cora and Essa Matthews went to Hardinsburg Saturday. Miss Ada Goodman is siting relatives and friends in Hardin county. Mr. John Skillman was tho guest of J, E. Mathews Wednesday night. Mr. M. Cooms has latoly purchasod a house and lot in town and moved in. A meeting was hold Saturday night at the M. E. church in which a choir was organized and 23 members enrolled. Here We Are Again Fully able to please anyone who wishes to buy X-MAS PRESENTS Lo"w HPxices & If you don't want to buy, wo will ndviso you not to visit us, if you do you will be compelled to buy, for you cannot resist tho temptation, ns our stock is so comploto with desirable goods at such You will bo bound to take a fow of them in Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats Caps, Gents' line Silk Suspenders. A grand dliplijr of Men's Neckwear Ladles' and Gents Silk Handkerchiefs, Ladies' and Gents' Linen Handworked Handkerchiefs, Library Lamps Swigging Lamps, Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Cruet Sets, Chamber Water Sets, Fancy Chlnaware of all description. Sills: :Lv"U.fLxs, IDxess Q-ooa.- Sets, s, The Globe Democrat Free. Any rcaderof this paper can get Tho St. Louis Globe Democrat free. Rend tho offer, on another page, and take advantage of it nt once. Tho Weekly Globe Democrat is now issued in Semi weekly sections, eight pages each Tuesday nnd, Friday, slxtcon pages every wcek,mak-in- g it practically a Semi Weekly paper yettheprico remains only ono dollar a year In politics, it Is strictly Rcpupli-can- , but it gives all the news, nnd is absolutely indispensable to tlio farmer, merchant, or professional man who lias not tho time to read a largo dally paper, and yet desires to keep promptly thoroughly posted. Samplo Copies will bo sent free on application to Globo Printing Co , St. Louis,Mo. Ladles' and Misses' Muffs, Facinators, Table Linen, Napkins, Chenille Covers, What can you buy nicer for jour wife or daughter than a nice May everyone havo a MERRY Store. cloaz:. is the wish from the Great Bargain Geo. Yeakel CHAS. B. & 0. T. & Co., ' - BRANDENBURG, KY mittffl,,INSURANCE. r Itepreseuto tho following Companies: s Fire, Life, Accident, Plate Glass, Boiler, Bonds, Etc. New York Underwriters Agency, Lancashire, Orient, Fidelity Oasuality Co., N. Y. Niagara, Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Oo., Newark, N. J. Aetna, Office CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK ! IK BERLIN. Alarm for Its Invasion of America Well Founded. Tlio telegraphic dispatches of January 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, in Berlin, OJ cases and 10 deaths being at Breckenridge Bank, "Lord, wc are vile, conceived In .In, And born unholy and unclean, Sprung from the man whose guilty f.ice. Corrupts his race and taints us all." Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among tho alarming possibilities, all stomach and bowel troubles an importance beyond tlio ordinary, and should meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dysentnry, flux, colic and cramps, wind on tho Btomnch. flatulency, distress after catlug, etc., nil 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. a., says : "Light u iiot'Drons is"lfio' best medicine I ever used for pains ; for cramps nnd colic in children, it can t bo beat. For flux, it is tho king." Air. R. L. Blenkinship, of Tooley, W.1 Vn., has this to say : "Last April I had an extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; had twenty-on-o actions of my bowels iu less than two hours. I took three doses of Lightning Hot Drops nud it relieved! ino Instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surest, quickest remedy over compounded for each and all of tho above complaints. Moreover, it cures all pains, external and internal, and is tho best safeguard known' to destroy tlio evil effects ol a change of water or diet. Pleasant to tako. SweoU ened, children liko it. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by nil dealers in medicine, at 25c, and 50c. a bottle, on the guarantee: No relief, no pay. Try it once. Bo not deceived. Look for Trado-Mar- k of natives gathering herbs. Made only by Hrb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. as-suJ reported. J .... VWVV CLOVERPORT, . KY' irjj Money lakes W ings The old saying that "Money Takes Wings" dojs not lose its pertinence with tho (light of time. UooU sense and a propers appreciation of tho value of dollars will induce you to buy your clothing of us . You will not need wings to raise you up to tlio prico. You can Btand flat footed and tako them in. What do you think of Doy's Suits at $1 nnd Boy's Overcoats at 90c. and Ladies' Fur Trimmed Cloaks at $2.60 anil lots of other goods in proportion. Do you want something for Christinas, if you do just fly right to our house and find the largest stock of L'oys and Holiday goods to he found in tlio county. Our stock will stand tho closest scrunlty and patrons aro invited to in-- 1 spect it carefully. Jacob & Meyer, BIG- A New Peach. Mr. D. L. Talbot, of Elizabethtown.Ky has originated a lato October peach that is pronounced by experienced hortlcul-- t mists to be the finest late peach on earth. It is a beautiful cling seedling, fino si z.o nnd color nnd a most delicious eating peach, Mr. Talbot lias a small number of trees now ready for setting, which ho has reduced in prico from ono dollar to fifty cents each and is ready to fill orders at onco. SPRING, KY. tWWtWtfW A A loueh-J- J own. BANK OF Rushing Advance.. They camo thoy bought aa thoy nev- HAEDIUrSBUEiG Capital Stock $25 000. Surplus $7 600. D. F. BEARD, Preildont. WILL MILLER, M. II. BEARD, Cashier. W. BEARD 0. - -- Dire tor MORRIS ESKRIDQE ) R. M. JOLLY. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS V er bought before. And still they come. This ms And still they buy. "Progress is opr watchword. Busy yesterday busier today. We must not only remain firm' qn tho ground already gained, but advanco advanco! Stops nro risky. Standstill 'means stagnation. Pushing, pnshlug, pushing all the time progressive, active and energetic. That's how wo reach and stay at the top. ' aosrixqiiiTiTr. BUT It qCAUTT. Wo havo tv largo lot of fino overcoats and suits. We want to turn these into money and to enahlo us to do so wo havo cut tho prico way down. So buyers of clothing may come in confidence Price will not . Btand in tho way. (iwhfr ' WORMS! WHITE'S GREAM The rr ne wkf VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Romedleg. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. iPact Hats and winter woolen goods for men, women and children was never in finer shape lo meet tho demands than righj. now. Prices, styles, qualitlesare bound to interest you. We will as usual tako great pleasure in showing' you What wo have, telling you the price and more than ph'ased to put a few bundles into conveyance nnd bid you a1 happy adiet until again, Come in and have a chat with ua even if yon don't want to buy. you-cotn- wroJljas FOR 20 YEARS r niciuBDSos midicik iu Our Dress Goods, SOLD EVERYWHERE. rnpn bt. ions. - cr. S'SWWt SsS u, The rroatoRtromodyoxtant for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Ileano ncss, Uronchltls; L,h Orinpo and Whooping: Cough Is "C. C. C." " Certain Cough Cure." Shoes, SULZER'S. : anj'! aye, & Hdben, IardiMsburg, Ky. vo-aa- v, ffS t t . j.' a. jfiifaiJJ Jun2 V. II. SiiAfrcEi.ixmn A Co., ond of the issued atlian'd-jjoin- o BRANDENBURG. colored 'supplcmenT wltlints last leading dry goods establishments ot ' .imi1nvTq 0,1lrtnn ' ' Owensboro made an assignment yesterDiik Ditto is very slowly linproxlug. WEDNESDAY, DEOKMDElt 2718. day. Mrs. Judge HawlingV sist r from UpJno, D. k V. 0. BUg, Editors sod Prcprltt'rs PitEsiitENT Cleveland mill Secretary ton is with her. Carlisle are spending their holidays We hope next week to catcli up with I.St.JT..-d;T- . Some one painted Main street n-last Local Tliuo Utiril. ; duck hunting with tho boys. our correspondents. Don't bo offended Saturday night. , Mill tndBxpre going Kst 0 .48 -- m. r" .m. -- lO.So If your items do not appear promptly. " ' West Mrs. H. F. Willett Is spending tho The Planter's Hnuso at Owensboro We intend you shall all lmvo a hearing. Kant 6.2 1 n.m week in Ixulsvil!t. 9.28 p.tn ' Wilt has gone into the hands of a receiver. Wo bOMrt'i-ttgfc- l appreciate your good work for tho .m.- ' Miss Drury la hfie losje her sla" Welt Ni;um ami intend you shall be heard. ter, Mrs. John Frakcs. - .2 .m 'mi.lllltefhltVioTnlleiyOOnr I - - t - - rr- -r Wo wish you, one and all a happy and Miss Blanche Jolly will spend this I ' . A Davi)v crfunty gram juryjllas in- l IfM COUjJlVTiUDGE. prosperous New Year. week with Mrw. Frakes. 7"K ate nthntifcil trt nnnoimre KI.IjAll iiicieit tlio "Texas' roaiimru lanure io Mr. mid Mrs..! Ii. Trent are at. Wolf litJA mi anil vanil Hate tor inunrr iiiul-c- . comply with tho separate coach act. suhjrct to the action of the Democratic putty. ' STEPHENSPORT. Creek to visit relatives. to announce JOSKI'll M. "llfK re authorlrci! candidate tor County JudfC Ernest Fountaiiie, Harilinduiv AcadS. Haukkr, of Hardstown, Ky tho P. It. A. Smith was in Louisvitlu last MULLKN at a . lt-subject to the action or the Democratic party. emy, is homo wealthest man in Nelson county, is dead. week. Gabo Hoard was tho guest of Miss leavosVigitata galucdf $2,000.000. ift Mm. S. H. DIx is yet quite ill at tills FOBMLWmCLERK:' Virglo Rhodes on Sunday; It are autliorliei toVSanaKncaJlOlXN I!" writing. HUKl.KllWa candidate forCounty.Couttl Candidates who'jvdnttlicir announceMrs. Julia Ditto Reeso will leave for iicr Walter Moseloy is at homo to spend Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic ments inserted should not fail to ac- tho holidays. homo in Ohio on Thursday. pany, company same by a $5 bill if they want Miss Parr will spend tho holidays with Miss Kmnia Moseley is at homo to FOR JAILER. the family of Mr. Win. Rhodes. are authorised to announce J. STOAKT them to appear promptly. spend tho holidays. IffR VV DeJUUNICTTK ana candidate for jailer of Tim McAulllIe, Jr., and Miss- - Lillio Miss F.lla Smith returned to her home, Ilicckenridcr County, nut'Ject to the action of Some of tho Jargo cities aro providing . the Democratic Shacklett were in town Sunday. Hardinsburg, Saturday. for'iheir unemployed labor by giving Tlio Aid Social at Mrs. 8. P. Woolfolk's Joo English, who has been very ill, is them work on their streets, breaking "On ! they arc wise next Friday night. Everbody go. able to go about the house. f rock at 10 cents an hour. Who advertise . , . . Miss Hilda Mattiugly and brother, . , Geo. Hook, of Hardinsburg, passed In winter, spring Albert, were in town last Saturday. Itix'ENT developments show that in through our town Saturday. ' And fall ; 4 tlio palm vest days of Jesse James and Mr. Joseph Adkisson spent Thursday Mrt. Sargent, Louisville, visited Mrs. Hut' wiser yet ? Dowdy and Mrs. Abo Ditto last week. '"--' - Jiis gangtho science of train and bank night witli his brother, L. It. Adkisson. 1 Are tliey, yotrbct, Mrs. Hen Lay and Mls Anna Hassett robbery. was only in its lniancy. Tlio oyster .supper and auction will Who never let up were in Cloverport last week on busi- comoof (Monday) at Masonic At nil." A.CIIANK by the name of Schwartz ness.Hall. kilUMityor Tyler, of Louis; Misses Hatha Dowell and Pearl Walls, John" 1. Hopkins, n Democrat,, litis' Mrs R. II. Bras! i ear and children will villeabout 4 o'clock Tuesday. Ho ob- of Sample, aro guests of Mrs. G. W. spend Christinas with Mr and Mrs. E. been elected .Mayor ot Ulilcngo. jected to having tho city limits extended Payne. Wimp. A new Atlnnlic cablo will bo laid beSaturday was a right busy day here for Miss Ida Edmonds and Beall Grinnell tween Ireland and Nova Scotia next The new council ought to provide a Santa Clans. Hope all the little ones will visit Mrs. John Mattingly's family sinking fund for the redemption of tho wero' remembered. spring. this week. they fall due. Five Mr. Philo Hawkins and family, Union Doifnvcn, who died shon bonds when Juikik Samuel E. Willie aud Charlie Caspcrko are at already passed and not a dol Star, spent day at their old homo home, as usual, for plum pudding and recently at Lagrange, Ky., left nn estate ,ycars have ; on "Orchard Hill.". lar is iuiu iiiuuijiiiui purirubu. valued at SoOO.OOO." , ., . ' I Mrs. Will Lcnnin, Hardinsburg, will mince pie. Little Fannie Ditto has an aWcss on Two ;:; traveling men said spend tho holidays with her parents, Mr. It is said that irregularities amounting her ankle from which sho haslrcn quito to $1,000,000 have been discovered in tlio in)thiupresenco4of.. tho. News ktho4other and Mrs. It. A. Smith. a BullVrer. tlayr that there were no better or Xew York Custom House. Mm. Frank l.tcy, (neo Miss Knnna Dr. W. H. Pusey has had la grippe, but prompter.payiug-mcrchantinvtho, stato English,) of Hopkinsville, is tlio guest of is steadily recuperating sinco he came to A Niw Jereoy crank has threatened to than tha merchants in Cloverport. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. S. F.nglish. his father's. kill Congfewiiihii JiI6ger'"0. Willis beMr. and Mrs. Hewitt Hawkins, and Mr. and Mrs. Chape.j Wathen spent cause of his voto on the Silver Hill. Newt. tMcGlothlan, of Irvington, is a diughtcr, Pauline, of Union Star, spent last week hero and returned to Owenscandidate? for doorkeeper of the State day with Mr. and Mrs. Will boro on Tuesday. Tiik campaign for county ofllccs is 'Senate with godd chances, he claims, of Petitt. about to open up in Hancock. Mr. It. Typhoid fever has left Mrs. John being elected. Tho Senate couldn't git Mrs. Harvey English was taken very Howard with rheumatism and sho isBtill Y.3ush heads.tho list for county Judge. a.ntorohlulifuli'or attentive piiblic, sersick with rheumatism last Monday. Her not ablo to stand alone. Wiiistmnci women are becoming as vant. daughter, Etta, who was away at school, Every night this week is taken for an numerous in tlio I'tiitcil States as was called homo. entertainment of some kind. I'll tell Coi'ntiiy sausage is plentiful in anil fieorgia electric gills were a few years Our (own is still improving in the way you about it next week. around West I'oint since tlio big raihoad of merchantilo business. ag'. New store Mr. Eugene Ilardesty "treated" very wreck of porkers in that neighborhood. starts up at tho beginning of tho new generously last Friday and lie, in return, A New York and New Jersey syndiIt is hinted that Stuart Young was up year by Mr. Chas. Watlington. cate is acquiring large tracts of coal and there and laid in u big supply and is supwjh renitnibured by his pupils. Miss Gertrude Elder, of Chonault, who timber lands In Morgan and Elliott coun- plying his friends bountifully. Tom and Dee Pusey, Tom Fairlolgh, has been visiting here, returned homo ties of this state. Saturday accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Peto Fountaino and Pros Grinnell would Ui!E.CKENKiiiiE couujy wiljjiojjiayo u Owen Cunningham and two daughters. have loved to have spout Christmas in Gen. John'B. Gordon, United States Hvote in the caucus to naino the. next Mr. Geo. Jamison gave tho school here old Senator,fronV Georgia will deliver his speaker of tho 'Kentucky Hou80,'but she quite a surprise treat for Mrs. J. W. Richardson is at Vulley candies, famous lecture, "The Last Days of the will stand on tlio outsido and send up as oranges and nuts. The Proftssors,Owcn Station, with Mrs. Mattio Adylotte aud Confederacy" at Hopkinsville, today. big a yell for Carroll asany on tlio inside. Cunningham, L. It. Adkisson and pupils will hear Patli January oth at tho An There is soon to be another Judicial Ureckenridgo counfy is for. tho' Hon. A wero highly pleasid and enjoyed his itorinm. district in this stato in which a United J. Carroll. kindness very much for which ho will Mrs. O. G. Morcmcn is expecting her " J States Court will bo held. Tlio now disn pleaso accept their thanks. sous, Hob, Charlie and Bert, homo for The merchants of this town, especially trict fs to accommodate tlio eastern porwife will accom thoso who advertise in the News, say IetmE of Interest From All Over The the holidays. Charlie's tion of the state. pany liimT their Christmas trade was good, evcil State. Dr. J. It. Shacklett, Ekron, took din The commissions of nine presidential better than last year. They sold out My wife had been helpless with rheunerwith us last Saturday. Doctor has postmasters in this State expiro next their stocks cleaner and took in more month. Tlio news is from Washington ready cash than lust year. Tho same is matism for several weeks and confined to entirely recovered and is looking quito her bed. In less than one week after himself again. that tlieso positions can bo had by Dem- true of our out advertisers. using the Electropoise she was able to bo ocrats; and that all they need to do is That's all right about Brandenburg beout and go to church. to apply. ing left out last week. I didn't know THisgovernmeuti8nowspondiug$0,000,-00- 0 J. II. Haynes, Owensboro, Ky. these letters were so missed 'till'tho non a month more than she earns or at Since using tho Electropoise I feel at appearance of one. The News hopes that something may tho rate of $72,000,000 a year. Tho Willeast 20 years younecr. turn about in a short time to lighten the son bill reduces custom duties $70,000,-00Miss Lena Richardson is home from G. W. Flint, Skylight, Ky. financial straight among the people in so there will bo a deficit of $142,000,- Frankfort, where sho has made a proI believe tho Electropoise to bo tlio this section. A good farmer said tlio 000 which will have to be provided for tracted stay witli her sister, Mrs. Clint other! day that the Democrats had to from some source The question now'is greatest invention of the age. Miss Mat-ti-e Bryant, who returned with her, McNary, Greenville, Ky. beartho brunt of the whole business, how to raise this revenue. Joe McGhee, from the Mammoth, Tho Electropoise has given perfect satwhether they were in nny wise responsiisfaction in both cases, ono neuralgia Eouisvllle, ate Christmas turkey at home. ble for it or not. Ma voit elect Harry will have to work tho other rheumatism, and tlio results Hugh Ditto cann up from Owensboro to annual report of Hon John G. some sort of a scheme to get money have been perfectly wonderful. IHchard regalo himself witli homo viands. The to meet the ordinary expenses of Carlisle, Secretary of tho Treasury, was enough Mrs. Young has rooms at tho St Cloud, J, Whelan, Hardstown, Ky. transmitted to Congress last week? He tho g city government next year, as the Thanks to tlio Electropoisq, for what it where her son, Percy, and friend, Dick council turns oyer an empty says there is a deficit of $28,000,000 to also her.niece, Miss Irma Gordon, and' a tax rate too low to meet has done for mo and my family. It has Braur, government. treasury, meet the expenses of tlio cured indigestion and liver troubles, New Albany, aro spending this week. goody Ho suggests soveral courses of action by current expenses. JThey got too ' besides giving almost immediate relief Tho Sunday school children of tho M. good towards tho wind up. which tho deficiency may bo met, one of for toothache. W. E. Willett, Carlisle, E. church wero surprised last Sabbath which is an increase of ten cents, a by receiving a nice treat of fruit and conTins issue contains tho announcement Ky. gallon on whisky. I have used tho Electropoiso in my fectionery. Contributions wero also of Joseph M. Mullen as a candidato for family from my mother-in-la7:i years sent to our poor children. it Anotherv Pennsylvania mauufneturcrj County Judge.,. Mr. Mullen,.at tho old down to tho baby one year old with I heard ono of our business men say time, is if Justicoof'tho Peaas in tho hascomo out for freo Jrado. "Whether the happiest results in all cases. Several this wii9 tho most profitable Christmas or not absoluto freo trade will bo best for Cloverport Magisterial district. Ho is a of my neighbors have them this country causes various and sundry good Democrat and a clever gentleman pleased. Everybody should and all well ho had had for sovdral years. A wagon have one. load of toys havo gono and other things opinions. Hut one thing is certain, as well, and will no doubt run n good F. M. Callahan, Verona, Ky. in proportion. How's that forstringency is too much tariff, arid a taritfisa race in this section of tho county. there To me the work of the Electropoiso is old Hard Times, come again, etc. and sq tax which tho pebplo, have to pay. It mistery almost a miracle. Kov. J. I. is fast redeeming herself a on? ought to be immediately revised by tho Itodgers, Danville, Ky. in tho line of good hotel accommodations. present Democratic Congress. Tlio bear at Novitt A Gough'fl looked Tho Electropoiso has cured mo oi Tho now Heyscr House is all that one mighty tired Saturday and was evidently I'niontown is just now one of the fow could wish for in neatness, cleanliness asthma and kidney trouble. I. Yocum, sighing for winter festivities to sonio towns in Kentucky that is enjoying a and something good to eat. Tho weary Tuylorsvlllo, Ky. again. Tho music box regaled I am wonderfully pleased with tho ne'er boom. This is caused by the erection traveler nccdii't.).ibs this town by when sweet airs from heavy while you and operation of new and largo distiller- he wants to rest his tired bones or Electropoiso and would not be without woro waiting for a chauco oa tho silver ies. Tho Union Local says: "Tho town tempt his failing appetite. Wo have two it for nny consideration. It has dono a set. is full of peoplo who have no houses to as good Hotels as any town of our pre- world of good for mo already. Mrs. Tho Jansen family wero kindly re-- i Jonathan Reid, Knoblick-- , Ky. live in, and soino families have resorted tensions. Money could not buy the Electropoiso membercd Christmas Day. A business to tents. There nro no idlers everylower Main body is at work and making good wages." That was an excellent service nt the from me. It has given my wife won- man ongenerously as opened his purse-string- s did othors. "He Uniontown has our congratulations. Kim street Methodist church Sunday derful rcliof from Rheumatism. 0. W. that givcth to tho poor, lendeth to the Wright, Campbellsville, Ky. evening. Tho sermon, the singing and A Bi.ai.v Memorial Association, was Lord." If wo wish to bo happy, wo must I regard tho Electropoiso as tho wonthe music were .worth coming miles to organized, in tlio stato ofyMaino last hear. of tho Nineteenth century. My mako others happy. .Tho Skillman Hros. perform der spring, composed of leading citizens of beautifully M isses Mary Pusey, Hampton College; jon tlio violin and cornet and wife, though not yet well, is bettor tlmn both parties, the object being to raise their soul stiring strains reach heaven- sho lias been for fifteen years, having Miss Agnes Maliii, Conservatory of by volunteer contribution, from tho peo- ward. Tlicmost astonishing thing to us been a constant sufferer and confined to Music; Agnes Worland, St. Benedict; ple of Maine, a fund for tho erection of is that more people do not turn out to her bed with little prospects of over Daisy Melntyro; Logan College; Pearle a statue to tho memory of James G, theso services. Whether you aro saint being out, but is now up and about. II. Wimp, Stuart Academy and Charily Wain. Up'to a few days ago they had or sinner you could not spend an hour H Woodward, Hardyvillo, Ky. Novitt, Henry Malln, Robt. Malin are procured 5115, and $100 of this amount more profitably. hero for their vacation. j .Tho Electropoiso has dono mo a great had been given by a New York DemoMain street presented a lively sccno deal of good. Isaac Duncan, Lewisburg, crat, who is a native of Maine This last Saturday. Caro w as forgotten, hearts Ky. . . Thboscw law under thohcadofltoads is a specimen of tho memory dear" in and I'asaways" is imporfan to tlio pubI.Uiink it is tlio greatest curativo agent wero all young again, good will was tho which thoso (V) people' hold ruling spirit to which tho balmy weather lic, and, wo quote from Chapter 232, sec- in existence. Miss Hculay Dale, Russell-villeK9 tliolr great men. contributed no littlo. If a "green tion 20 as follows : "Tho Fiscal Court, Jrmakes a fat gravoyurd" wo can expect The Louisville.- - Commercial, that at its first regular term in 1C0 1, ami I am much pleased with my experito see tho adago verified. champion of corporations and monopo- overj two years thereafter, shal1 appoint ence with the Kleclropbiso aud believe Cards aro out announcing tlio marriage lists, is just now devoting whole columns a county supervtsoroT?rpads, or such It In advanco of nny known remedy for of ibi space to tho fruitless task of trying district supervisors as may bo deemed tho restoration of tho nornral condition of Miss Fannio Woolfork to Mr. Georgo to prove that about a half dozen wealthy best, and may appoint such overseers as of tho system, and it has been proven so Frytnlro and Miss Hester Woolfolk to residents of Louisvillo will bo hope- may bo necessary, who shall hohY tljelr practically as well as theoretically. Dr. Mr. Elvico Wimp on Jan. 3d, at 2 o'clock at tho residence of Judge J. F. Wool-follessly ruiued if tho Wilson tarifr bill ofllco for a terra of two years iro'm tho J. W. Clarke, Augusta, Ky. dato of their appointment, .and until Meado Springs. After tho 'Should pass. However, it soya nothing My house was a regular hospital until a collation, then a wedding trip about tho thousands of Louisville citi- their successors aro appointed and quali- the Electropoiso was placed in it. A. G fied. Any vacancy occuring in the olllco when Georgo will tako his bride to resldo zens who have been tolling for thirty NewBiun, 1232 Second street. Louisvillo' near Union Star. Elvico will locato in years under tho weight of an unjust tax- of supervisor or overseer may bo filled by tho County Court- - until the nex,t reg-Owonsboro. May theso young friends ation, that tho wallets of theso heartless, The Electropoiso restores wasted vital- early find that truo happiness lies not in g corporationlfiU might bo ular term of tho Fiscal Court. Tho fattened. It, is it fact that docs not need Btipervibor or supervisors shall execute ity and the claims made aro not exagger- outward circumstances, but is found in proving that no body can bo protected bond in tho County Court within thirty ated. Mrs. G. G. Hereof, Louisvillo, Ky. an inward world beyond tho reach of unless somebody else does tho protecting, Address DuHOIS & WEBU, Norton chance or chango. Ilappinpss need Dovand the different conditions of these two days after his appointment, with good Fourth and Jefferson er bo effected by external suiroundings to bo approved by Dloekjcdrner classes in tho city of Louisville plainly and sufficient sureties, show who has beon carrying tho load. tho judge of tho County Qoug, for the street, Louisville, Ky. when our hearts aro full of resource. faitliful pcrforqianco of his duties. Tlio 'C. C. C. Certain ,Corn Cure'' That this may ever bo so with them 'till nxen Acnua ivrovn Ot you are &U worn om,'tMH7 irool for nothing Fiscal Court ahull mako the supervisor removes corns. wiii-IkImiiiIqiu, tho shadowy twilight of lifo and 'Times il ii general kl.lUy. 'Try or supervisors n reasonable' allowance for iiioJoh uml callouses. Wuithii-toi- l. frail barquo sinks in tho ocean of eternBROWM'H IHOff jurrjuis. Hcc tluit . C. C. Is blown ttirlU cure jrou. nd nlve a goal appetite. Bold nervlre. n every holllo, Uf aJJ dealer: Jii mullcluc oilier, ity" is my wish. Tun" CautIer-Jou,rnal, Breckenridge Kews. i.nh I ii, 'II THE BRROKRNfetDCiEl M&W, GIaOVRHOR, ' fcV. iijatiijijtrMiiwiWimfrijry"r I I I I I Tho Union Sunday night jUist werojritcrwtlngnndfin-Mructlvc- . y annt,!' lna T- 'till-Jan- t. f T Misses Ncllio Lewis, Zula Malin, Minnie Caspcrkc, Alliu Itcid, I'earlo Ditto, Ella Dowdeii uml Eva llerndun wero the ruling lights, and bright ones they are. Mrs. Frank'Webb and Miss Allio Reid presided alternately at the organ with the choir rendering eHlcIent Bervlcr Hrp Cherry concluded tho prograjiiulii'wilii timely 'remark's. Father Hcrbuth celebrated High Mass Sunday at ten o'clock and Monday morning at four o'clock. They take jhelr lesson from the shepherds who lioatened before daylight to where tho Christ-chil- d lay to pay Him tholr adoration and praise. Tho alter was prettily decorated, Miss Agnes Malin played and led the choir assisted by Miss Fannio Rhodes. Father Herbuth's sister hits come over from Germany and will livo with him at Payncsville. J.M M M v WE ARE HERE l.'l I M I I OLIDftYUOODS-EO' R You s'"Wi" carry w. iliiiafgi'-s- t u lU.i'iM !nJ stock and nssnilmeiit in this market of : HARDINSBURG. L. H. &. t . t . 9 i , i.i Panenger Dallj arr. Hardlmburg-lJi- U p.m. aoma iiST. Daily arr. Itantlnibarj Paiieni;er 7M0 s.m W. TIME TABLE. OOIKO WtBT. Raisins, Prunes, Figs, Dates, TTM. m T "1TEST . Currants PiumB, J X-m- well-know- n s , X-m- Mr. Henry Eskridgo is visiting friends litre this week. Tho public school closed last Friday for the holidays. Miss Ella Smith returned from Steph-enspoSaturday. Miss Mary Henderson, Wtbster is visiting in the city. Mr. Thomas Duffcy and wife are visiting hero this week. Mr. Ed. Wright and wifti, Louisville, are visiting here this week. Miss Emma May is at homo from Webster to spend tho holidays. Miss Lula Jolly camo home from Louisville to spend the holidays. Misses Maggie, Lizzie and Maud Smith aro at home to spend tho holidays. Rosco Eskridgo is building a new house on ono of his city lots for rent. Mr. J. H. Hensley camo homo Monday to spend the holidays with his family. Miss Irene Hoard and Miss Eva Hen-slc- y aro visiting in Louisville this .week. Mr. Hion Jolly and wife and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wathen were visiting hero & ' Citron, Lemon Peel, Nuts Apples, rt oONc ' .;."' Vt 0rane Pee1' ' Oranges, Evaporated Peaches, Plum Pudding, Apples, Apricots, Jams and Preserves, Candies, Mince Meat, Edam Cheese, Pine Apple Cheese, Etc. SUITAIJLE KOIl AND LOTS OF OTHElt a. GOOD THINGS Monday. Mr. Charicy h attingly thinks he will mako the race for county judge on tho Christmas and New Years. r'tri-llt- f 1 - s' ' T "I -- u 0, out-goin- pre-sel- Republican ticket. Brother Hutlcdge gave a talk to tho children at the Baptist church last Sunday evening at .'I o'elock. Miss Emma Smith, who has been sick most of the summer and fall, is now abto to go about, among her friends. Mr. Ansolem McGary" has opened a confectionery at tho stand formerly occupied by Sir. Brown as a saloon. J. E. Monarch went to Cloverport Friday. Probably lie, and not his deputy w:ll bo a candidato for Mr. Brown's saloon license expired last week. There are threo others that will continue until after Christmas. Graham Eskridgo, l Sutton, Tfmj Bowtner, Louisville, and Victor Bowmer, Cloverport, aro hero to spend the holidays. Tlio oldest woodt-- biidgo in the coun-- f ty is across Sinking creek at Rosetta. It was built over forty years ago and is still a pretty substantial structure. Messrs. Herbert and Jim Skillman,' who havo been attending school ii btephensport are hero this week visiting their father, Mr. R. S. Skillman. A letter was received in this city last week from Miss Annie Haseett. Sho is, still in Mexico, and making a success as a teacher in ono of tlio mission schools. The court room was crowded Saturday night with a jolly ciowd that went to look at the big Christmas tree. Mr, Ezekiol Rhodes .played old Santa Clnus Jo the delight of 10 little folks. One of tho most pleasant social features of tho holiday season here, this year will be missed by tho society loving folks. It is tho annual supper of tho Fish and Gamo club. Soao of tho members informed us that owing to tho scarcity of gamo this season they could not get it up,Er-te- VEST. 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 n i y HAWLEY'S little Cyelone Clothes father A perfect wonder and a joy to every household, making wash day of pleasure instead of dread and drudgery which thousonds of mothers will testify to all along tho lino. ono Positively the Best and Cheapest Washer ever offered to the Public for ; the following reasons: FIRST It is tho most durable, SECOND It requires less labor. THIRD It will do a greater variety of work. FOURTH ;t will do the same amouni of work in less time than any other without wearing tho clothes, or fulling or shrinking tho flannel. It is less cumbersome, . weighing only two pounds. The principal featuro of this Washer is in forcing tho hot water and suds thrpugh the clothes by compressed air. THE PRICE OF THIS WASHER IS ONLY $3.00 THUS PLnCIHG IT WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERY FAMILY. . P. S. BELL, Agent, .Breckenridge Co., Cloverport, Ky. , op-ra- A Card of Thanks, Mr. Ennon We wish to return thanks to frionds at Holt's for tho very substantial way in which they remembered-u- s Christmas, and to the friends of Cloverport for many kindnesses. S. G. Shelly and wife. NOTHING TO REGRET Tho grand and gloriouB feast of the 25th inst. has passed with perfect satisfaction to your Jowolers, and with confidence far Mr. Geo. W 5 i that every purchaser at our store is perfectly satisfied that both Beauty and Value has been tho reward of their believe that out-la- y. Wo convinc- - it has blazed out tho path of the, future and Como cd tho people that as good goods can bo bought at our atoro as iJBIBanJHBnrHBLl Turner anywhere and at le'ss cost. satisfaction. show cases. Your Now ' with YearV purchases and all othors shall, bo crowned porfoct A full Btock of the very latest always found in "our"' right along. Simply Awful Worst Caso of Sdrofula th Doctors Ever Saw Completely H y. X-m- ' : ' ' " K '. ' Curtd by SAR&IPAIIILLA. HOOD'S When core-rnon- y, which got so ba4 that the", doctors cut tho nger oft, nnd later took off njoro tlina half my aud. Then the sore broke out oa ray arm, camo out on my neck and face on hoUi titles, nearly destroying the sight of one eye, alio on my tight rni. Doctors said It was the p years ,qI1 I had a croI-ulosore on tha rAMdta finger of ny left hand, I was 4 Of Tl'iCJLewis&Co. Your ' Jewelers and Musical Merchants, HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY. i&tj s blood-suckin- they orcr saw. It was1 laplrwfBlt Plfe years nxo I began t Jtaie Hood's Sampatttla. Gradually I found that the teres were JbegiB-nlnto lieal. tiken tan kepfon till bottles, ten JuU tblskot WW got (or that Investmcntl A. return I eem t "Yes, many 'thousand, for a4 the past yeftra I have had bo sore: 'I. .o Worst Cass ofjcrofula ir dllart. t ie JCri, R. H. Xoremea'Deftd. Mrs, It. tji. Moremen died near Glen-dea- n last Wednesday, the 20 inst. Mrs. Moremen lifts loen nsuflerer for b vernl mouths aud her frlenda lmvo known for sometime that' her demise was only q matter of a little while. Sho was an estimable woman and will be greatly mlw eu by tier .relatives, anu mentis, olio 1 1jnoW(B0t Before, I do what to say strpag enough io pipreaa my pat Undo to Hood's SirsaearUla for' mr'lerfeef cue." Oeouok W. .Tuhkxb, I'arraer,' Ua way, Saratoga county; Ny, ' Work all thsTlifio,Ti; c14 nvr'ir)t. do Tl ho tut" au Hood's Pills OfMUonandtoaethestoaiaeSu Trythm. We. not' weaken, leaves a husband 'and several children besides many other relatives, to mourn her loss, Committed Suicide. Frank Sullivan, a prosperous farmer living nsr HawesviHe, committed suicide last Saturday, lie drove a jeg into a stump aud tied a string to it. The other end of the string ho tied to a riflo trigger. Ho then put tho rifle to his stomach, shut his eyes and backed off. Ho was killed Instantly. Soveral years ago he was Insane, but was discharged cured, Sfywtv. , .:Dr. Jesao Moorlnan Wont tiidlPhilenHti yesterday. A big rodmiHon In pants Hulner's : , . w..-.- . ,JWra 3 James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder. -- flront Gregory went la Ononsboro ', - - OLOVERPORT, KY. filrmhhd on applintll Robert it: Woods, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' Vt .' r - Room 47 Trust Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. iP&bt- - m I '.j HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. GONSTABLR j3v LEE BISHOP, Batiirday. , Nee our lusuraiiue il'l. 0 H. iV O. T. this week. Sklllinnn. Fred M, Daniel Is now at Spokane, Kugeno Kingsbury Went to Louisville Washington, Inst Saturday. JoeJCouTy; oTOiveiisboro, lu visiting ahey United In Mr. and Mb. i'ut relatives Injlhls clly. Off ensboro last week. HoR,-- Mng Rovers and wife, of dunlins-.bnrg.ar- e Murray l'nrr, of Stcnhcnsport, was in in tile clly. the city Christmas day. WaTterilJargbr, o Preston, eaino ilown Miss Chester Orendoif, of Owonaboio, Manila? to do Some trading. is the guest of Miss Mary Moorman. Sawyer, of Owensboro, is. spend- t .Miss Taylor, of Henderson, is tlio Cbns. ing the holidays at lie me in llils city. guest of MiB Nellie Hcverly. Mr. and Mrs. Leo VnndergrWrnro Orville Skllhnan is In Owcnsboro Nuw Albany. Indiana. spending with his beet girl. , Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Hoilin, of Orccrf-I .Gentlemen, this is your chance to get villo, aro visiting B. u. sneiiy ami wne. n tvitr nt nanta nlinnn now fit Hlllzor's. -- 1' 1 John Smith, the cigar maker, has .ntn.jnnendi&mtts.at;.L Miss Li&Iq Wade, of Import, Jis in .rttr fr 1!fanatf ,. Be Joyful from ! Be Thankful ! THIS THE SEASON : OF GOOD CHEER IS (Pt ! Ovoieonts marked down from $25 lo $18; from $20 to $12; And the time for making resolution on tf agood - -- from $15 to $10: from $12 to $8; from $10 to $7; from $8 to $0; t ,' K t0 to $1. 13; Dress and Business Suits from $23 to $17; from c& JWW $18 to from $M to $10; from $10 to $7; from $8 to $5. Boys' and Children's Ulsters and Overcoats in tho samo manner. Boys' and Children's Suits and Pants in still greater proportion. Our X-m- New YearWDay ,W START EARLY:- your Resolution to By JH'fiiA? "Deal with Sulzer's" well under way. 'A G-ettin- g This is our PANIC Sale, these aro our PANIC Prices. stock is too largo. Wo want only a part of our purchase money M -- ?. .i ti' supplement: Christmas in Cloverport. LARGE tiv Don't Wait Till To-morro- w. - OQME NOW. Ma- - GOD'S HOLYWORD. Is Presented to the Cloverport MERCHANTS DO A SURPRISINGLY HOLIDAY BUSINESS. sonio Lodge. At their regular meeting last Friday night the members of Cloverport Lodge, No. i:j:i, F. and A. it. were agreeably surprised by receiving, as a Christmas present from their mothers, wives, daughters und sisters, a handsome bible. Mr. F. J. Ferry, in behalf of the ladies, made the presentation in n few impromptu, but appropriate remaiks, and Mr. A. B. hkilhnan, master of the lodge, accepted the valuable gift, in behalf of the lodge, In' an equally appropriate manner. The Misons will elect ofllcers for tho year 1894, and give a banquet in their handsome hall to the ladles and a number of invited friends. The table will be spread by all tho good things to eat and drink that the land can aflbrd, and as the ladles were not present nt the time their gift was presented, the Hon. D. It. Murray will accept the same and publicly thank them in behalf of tho lodge. Jackson's orchestra will furnish music, for the occasion and those who wish may join in the dizzy whirl. ht t jvNPAri TuyDAY V? '7ki2T251 HoNDAfL6l5 2229 I 2.9.16 2330 .,1 -i vedat 3.ioi73i ThurjdaY it Jl 10 25 iNtW MOON 6D IQfJ iScet 3SlL75 --t- 'fe" WkS&V I f( 1 1 BSr Wnim , - 1 JXI I ' The Town is Crowded With Strangers, and joods are Right, Prices are Right in every Department, Therefore Come to Us . SU LZER'S NOW ' J Money Seems To Be as Plentiful as - 't. , , LlmestonelRocks. :Vhri IMm, , i'W ftf! DRUNKEN ROWS AND FIGHTS :'- - As a result of Christtnasin Cloverport 7MPW liMTTO WMaWw' A g)'KU'-- L ""W ziblQH. r, xQl4v ftlW -- ? !' -- ,. ..,,.,;. DOMINO, . THE RACE t HORSE. r.r-n- 4 Ha la I ho (IrcAlrst Tu-- i Itunncr riiiliit:-il- . Au)rrlrn,llu Below is' n' picture of the Ke?ne Bros. Diimiuo. the nicer, who made for his owners this, year $I70.7;)0, tho Inrgf t suni ever won by one horse in one year in this, cohutry. Uo.ii'.iiu litis never been beaten. Whatever lie nniy do or not do us a mature DOMINO. Iiorfie, his record as a will irobably Rtnud uneimuled for some time &-- ' I o know tlmt Douiinu in Kentucky born nml bred. Ho was foaled on tho farm of Major B. J. Thoumn of Lesmgton. Victoiy baa jiercheil again on the banner of tho Kentucky horse breeder this year. Domino's ire was Hlmyar, Ids lam Mannie Gray, a daughter of Domino is u black horse. It will .be interesting to know that as n year ins Domino was not considered very proinhl jr. It was wild of him that lie was too small and that his forelegs wero wealc. AH tho namo they got them. They bniuxhl the winnings of the Keeno titables this year to tho top of tho pile. Domino's trainer is William Lakeland; his rider usually Taral. to come. It will not surprise anybody T '&L. Uer Cattle Outlook. The immense floods of cattle steers, rown, heifore, bnlls nml calves of all conditions from priino fat to ukin ixwr, that linvo been thrown upon tho market during the past year or two can mean nothing else than that the rang-- ) aro boil) g gradually dopletwl of their stock. It must bu a practically unlimited supply that could stand the drain of the past two years withont having its power for turning off increase considerably diminTho Masons entertained their friends ished. If merely tho increase were being in royal style last night. Thev never do .i Imi small hope of marketed, there wonld iw ft tt- anything by halves. any betterment in prices until the de(). Hey KB.,Tiinborako Is in tho city, mand iucr eased materially, for the supThe children will exwct it the child-rrt- i ' Dave Culley-returnefrom Irvington. ply from tho permanent stock on tho will look for it von will (I'mMi'1 ii. liible ' on' your pader and '"Notictrflifo' ranges would bo n constant one and our d ' salefJnlzer's. see bow yaii stand. " ivonld servo to hold prices down. ; : merry-go-roun- The fact is, uowover, mat everything is going. Tho lessened snpply lias not been made plniuly manifest yet, for tho reason that the breeding stock hits been coming along with the steers, biit the breeding stoc!r must soon begin to ran short, wlrichwilldircctly result inashort-ageo- f steers alro. for the marketing of eaeli cow lessens the' fpture supply of steers by the nnuiber that she' might liave raihccl had she remained upon the range. How soon "this condition of affairs will resnltin a change for tho. better it is impossible to say. There are other thlugfctha!i inustbeltalfoji' n in determining the future of the cattle trade. The miiiiber, of cattle on the farms of Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Iowa and the other western states has rather increased than diminished during thd piiAt few years. And the supply of steers frpm these farms is enormojis. The fact that there is but a small' margin of profit on each animal, or possibly none at nil, seems to have no influence on the number of t,rq that are raised. Every fanner miiht have a certain number of cattle to pr.sturo off his waste land in pummer.hn'd to eat uphia rough" fecU in winter, and this number ho will ' keep wnetner mere u any particular pay in it or not,. Tlio? supply frm.tliis'gource wijlM n constant one1 add will Servo; tp retard tho" coining of iluSshorlta'ReWli'L 1 has been predicted. The outlook then is about this: The supply of range cattle, the heavy marketing of which at certain pcasons of the' year and nt other irregular intervals, determined by tho condition of pustnrage, tends to depress prices and at best to render them very ficklo, is being lessened and will in time cease to have any marked influence on tho market. On the other hand, the supply of cattlo in small bunches on tho farms is not being lessened, nor is it likely to be. A iiuin in the cattle business must calculate on the close competition of these. herds for a long time probably forever. Cattle can be raised on western farms so cheaply and in such irrcnt quantities that scarcely any condition of utfairs can drive pricesup to the pitch of nine or ten years ago, and cattlemen must not expect to receiye such figures. Tho best tliat they can hojw for Is a steady market at fairly remunerative prices, and they mnst go to work with the idea of raising cattle more cheaply rather than of receiving double present prices. Exchange, fnto.con-sideratio- everybody 8"ems to bo satisfie'd and happy. Contrary to all expectations the merchants did a larger business than ever was known before. Those who made large preparations for the holidays and laid in large stocks of Christmas noveltlts, sold out clean, and on Christmas morning, you could not buy a basket of fruit or a toy hardly in the entire city. On Saturday, virtually Christmas eve, there were mote people here than was ever known since "the evening and the morning were the first day." People began to arrive early in the morning and soon the stores and the streets wero crowded with strangers. They were exchanging produce and cash for Santa Clause outfits, and clerks and uxtra forces of salesmen were kept busy front eight o'clock a. in. till midnight. Chronic calamity howlers, who had stationed themselves in favorarablo portions to draw unfavorable comparisons with this and former holiday seasons W.eru soon put to flight, and no attention was paid to their croaking. The Xr.ws hag interviewed tho prom- incut merchants of the town and without an exception everyone expresses hiiiis-d- f as highly pleased and perfectly satisfied with the result. Where a few days ago you saw doubting and anxious faces, you now see radient and smiling Tho Immense business countenances. done is a surprise to everybody and it goes to prove that, whatever may bo the conditions elsewhere, there are no "hard tlntes" in the vicinity of Cloverport. The farmers not only have things to sell but they have money besides, and when they-deeit necessary they will spend it. Tiie udvelty merchants were not the only ones that did' n goovl business, for it seemed that tho saloons wero thriving too. X, UttT?vnr fTTTT; rvrTrrrT . .'.'wi'i'i'i' ,'.'.'.". Wt'.,;. I .'. yv.i'-n'- t ' - "' i'tttii ij) ' c a K Death of John Miller. We heard last night of the deatli of John iller, of Hardinsburg We have no particulars. John Miller dead! Wo had not thought of him, except that he would' live a long life. Wo knew ho was quite ill, but like others, wo thought his per fect even hnbits, his regular lifo and would bailie disease. But it is over with him. Hi-- - career is, by the will of Providence, finished. Ho and his brother, William, who was our delegate to the constitutional convention, were partners in tho business of farming and stock raising for many years, and havo been successful in life. They Jointly own a good estate. John never married. Quietly through his whole life, ho has kept the even tenor of his way, Industrious and careful, mid Intelligent in all his methods. But' he was gentle in heart and speech and manner. His countenanco bespoke thoinner man. It reflected nothlug that was sinister or evil. Who ever saw John Miller and felt otherwise than that ho had been In the presence of that which was good and true? Wo regret, at this writing, that wo cannot give somewhat of his life. Wo trust some friend will writo us in detail. tem-perme- nt Ii in.; l iftl' ): ' 18 93- . 'U : 1 , . ii i Is soon to be closed out, and likowibo our ' Fall and Winter ill -n ' ' r ( ) : '. iii. i, , i 111. ,.,. ' , . I . v-- 11. t, v, t Ab tho end draws nearer prices get lower. Jn & .11 h We aro determined to run our slock down low, and to do this we can give you some rare bargains, and while we do this we wish to return our thanks to our many customers for 'm their liberal patronage during tho year about to end, and we hope by fair dealing to merit the same in the future. We wish you a Happy New Year. Not everybody, but a 'great many got on large calibered 'jags' and nt times the scenes in the street were not only disgraceful, but disgusting. There were no serious dillicultics, but drunken rows wero numerous, and occasional fist lights bsoko tho monotony of profane and obscene language that flowed in' almost a continual stream for several hours in the afternoon, To add to the noise mid din and tho variety of the proceedings an evangelical preacher, who seemed to be as drunk on religion as the others were on booze, and probably believing that where the devil is there should tho voice of the lamb be also, deemed It his duty to hold religious services right then and there. Conppqiiently.theiwords of holy writ, prayers and supplications and gospel hymns mingled with the worldly sounds for nearly an hour. A few arrests wero made late in (he afternoon when things had quieted down somewhat. In a moral view, old citizens say that Saturday was the worst day that Cloverport ever experienced. Christmas day was second only to the Saturday before. Tho stores nli did a good business up until r.oon, when tliey closed for the remainder of the day. The crowd in' town was large and occasional rows iutorsperccd witn one or two fights blasphemed the holy dav, No arrests were made 'till late in the night, when a deputy marshal bravely swooped down and arrested a woman. She wascharged with disorderly conduct and fined $'Mi the next morning In tho City Court Wortham Sympathizes With Us. Tho Hon. J. S. Wortham, of Leitch-llel- d, in renewing his subscription to tho Xkws says: "Tho News is one of the best'eounty papers I havo over seen and it is n welcome visitor to our house. I sincerely sympathize with tho party in Ita defeat in Breckenridgo ; in my judgment it is a misfortuno if not n calamity. Your county is deprived of any voice in the selection of a United States e'euator by the next General assembly, and grouud once lost is ban! to regain. Mlko Miller deserved a bettor fate. Wishing you a merry Christinas and tho Nnws prosperity and a long life. I am as over, Your friend, J. S. Wortham. s, B. F. Beard & Co., HARDINSBURG, KY. 4 Baptised and Hurried. Miss Gusty Keys, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Koys, died last Friday, tho 22nd. instant of consumption. Sho had J. C. BOURNE, J. M. 11ARPKE, DAN.IEL BROOKS been sick with consumption for nearly or quite n year, and iii that time has been a severe, sufferer at times. She is the young lady of whom the Nuwsspoko lost week of being taken from her bed and carried to u branch near by and baji; tized. After her immersion in tho cold water she grew worse until nt last tho icy embrace of deatli relieved Iter from her earthly sulferings. Tho bereaved relatives have tho sympathy of many friends. e BOURNE, HARPEE, BROOKS & CO., a- - Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP.' ' BOURBON STOCK YARDS THE BEST TYPE WRITER. ' I or is. K), t LOUISVILLE, KY. . DISSOLUTION NOTICE HAHOiNiBcat Ky. Dec. 5, 1S9.S. The firm ofKiyls MnillnRlj Alloben.thUdnjr dlnolveil, Joe. U tjiltln(!lY retlrlni mutully from the firm. K. IT K.je urnlno. T. Hobeh will conduct the liuilne.iindcr.tlie firm name nf Kye & lloben. Kje & Hoben'wlll collect ill cuUtandlng accnuntt nd attiirne alt liabilltlci Kaye St Hobkn, ofaald dUtolved firm, Hcfcrlnp to the above firrrt'i'chcerfutly rcin. firm of Kaye A lloben to my fricndi, mend the Jo h. Mattinolv. . Now la a good time to pay your sub- Hcriptlous. ed m , on-ed- "' Courati Deppe, bridge foreniean on the was married at JeH'crsonvillo last Saturday to Miss Maggie Andre whub of Kock Haven, Ky. i, 'Texas'', : Deeds, Mortgages and all legal lnstru menta drawn and copying done in tho best stylo., icl V. G. Bnbbage; Att'y, IlAnniNsnuno, Ky. its vf CE. & ' i xas Tor SAM'I, RAY. ROBERT P. HARE. O. Crescent DB . -:- TTsTiaiEJEJI WITU r lo list - Tobacco OO., -:- - Warehouse, IV: t . V 4. ' . a Thursday afternoon, by placed under obligations to Mrs.Jt. L. way on last fi(iifa8bppWto sUuhJnVp Stop? NowsanV for a fyipightful Jimpimttf) 'fori wlilMi' he madt Rn.apnraclatlva ChrlBtmas luncheon sorvcid at her beauHiinech td thoao who hnda part in. this tiful residence on Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Logan mark of kindness. will 'entertain the pupIIs of this depart jaddoJM no wuii pJ imwkWT"' ""llB 'P ment at their home on New Year's day , ml' STpioriiliTqaliuuw V" 'uottJ&Jlpni from 0 o'clock p. in. till 0 p. m, VOA pre-,Miti- Rnd7F9phbsphttM. It will "I j V vj glvtliemBlrgth and mako It. f thenr babies fat. Pkysiciani, IMIII l"HHHI.IIMifllHlM FOU BALE BY'.ALL DRUGGISTS $1 A llottlc, Six for $5. Keep tho bowels open wltliGermotuor Pills. 60 In u bottlo, 25o. All for sale A. R. FISIIEH, by Cloverport, Ky. Rfy 2nd. tCSTSf. RAT & the world over, endorse "irSMa5V ,v',l 'Klinilt 'KAAUBU i i. 'VIMIinillK I PI., Wlfjnn WJ sTttWt W r fa wm. K. Jfi !" AUBflU. A trial will convince the woit Eighth and Main Streets, ftkcntlcul that " C. C. . Certain from 803 to 811- Cough Cure" fi tho greatest remedy extant for tho care of l4irItHe, Croup, Ceturhs, With Auction and, Vrlvate Sales Daily, and Storage Four Month . . ... , Colds, Ac. Proprietors. LOUISVILLE, KY. Free, 'Yls,,ad8Aa 3 tfrwwm-itiii- i' 'i mmmmmmrmmtpi THR BRRGKRNRtDQEl tt&W;, OLOVRHPORt, Breckenridge ISews. WEDNESDAY, DKCKMDER 27,J8fa. Joo. D. l'ltEsiDt.NT Cleveland and Secretary Carlisle are spending their holidays I,..M.JL..4:r. Local Tliuo Card. L a w duck hunting with tho bojs. 9 .48 a,m. Mall and Express jolng Eait & V. falV. i iir i iitut i i ii Tin issued ajbnnd-soincolored supplemeifE n Mints last C6iirier-Jou,rnul o 0. Babbage, Editor and Froprlet'rs ,k Co., ono of the W. H. Si ackki leading dry goods establishments of OwctiBboro mado an assignment yesterday. BRANDENBURG. Diik l)itt is very slowly Improving. Mrs. Judge Bawllngs' sisUr from Up- " B.ljr4ll " 6.24 p.m. ' Kant " West - 28 p.m. 'Blt;mr...U.47'a,m. " West .. 9.29 n.m. west -- lu.ao V i ; IFCOUNIV 'JUDGE. IfF are nulhotlreif III announce Kl.ljAH f IIOAItlraa a candidate, Tor lounty Judc, utijrct to the action of the Democratic patty. to announce JOSKIMI M. "Iir It are authorized candidate tor County Judge f MULLEN as a subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR' WUjHTYCLEBKFJ We hope next week to catch up with qur correspondents. Don't bo olleuded if your items do not appear promptly. The Planter's House at Owcnsbom We intend you shall all littvo a hearing. has gone into the hands of a receiver. Wo appreciate your good work for the fr.iai;iiiiTSrf j 1 3:6r5s3?mr;oorj News and Intend you shall bo beard. - r. ; j Wo wish you, one and all a happy and . A I)avi;ai; odunty grnmf juryjlias inprosperous New Year. dicted tho 'Texas" road for n f.ilhire to comply with tho separate roach ad. -r Clerk, subject to the action of 'the Democratic P?rty- lirE are autfcorlrecV tolafnoWicojjOltN yV IIUIII.KIl as a candidate forCounlyCourr.) fj O! ton is with her, Some one painted Main strict rrd last Saturday night. , r Mrs. B. V. Willed h spending the week in Mij lA'iia Drury la hf-r- ioa?e her slater, Mrs. John I'rakes. Miss Blanche Jolly will sjiend this week with Mrs. l'rakesi Mr. and Mrs. J IS.JW'iit are at Wolf STEPHENSPORT. Creek to visit tolalivcs. truest Kountaiue, Hatdiiiabnrg AcadP. 8. Baiiicer, of Banlstown, Ky tho It. A. Smith was in Lnuisvillu hist emy, is homo 'till Jan, 1st. wcalthcst man in Nelson county, is dead. week. ..,.- - 1 -xi : Ill ieavesan cstafo yalued1laf $2,000,000.1 1.-i-.- Tho Union &Iwlonftry.-eero(0e8'M9- t Sunday night wero Jnteretingttndin- Misses Nellio Lewis, Zula etructivc. Malin, Minnie CasKrke, Alllu Itcid, Penile Ditto, Ella Dowden and Eva lierndun were the ruling lights, and bright ones they are. Mia. FnwkWebb and Miss Allie Held presided alternately at the orgau with the choir rendering efficient service Uro Cherry rnneluded the pngiiiiiiiuu willi lltiely 'remarks?'! 1 Father Hcrbuth celebrated High Mass Sunday at ten o'clock and Monday morning at four o'clock. They take jheir lesson from the shepherds who liastened before daylight to where the Christ-chil- d lay to pay Him their adoration and 1 'M'-f- ": n i i n i'i fj i i i i i i "HERE WE ARE 5' H 0111 DAY Wc UO0DS FDR maiket of Y.0U. 4 A. "' J' 'M rarry Ihe'lnfgvs't stock and assortment in tliH juU WJ4 jIlNiJ , W CanmSXes ,,..,..,. w ltf VinTthcir announce .i i " '"" j FOR JAILER. authorized to announce J. STIMKT DeJEUNETTKaa a candidate for Jailer or DrccaenridKe County, subject to the action of the Democratic pirty. "llfKare menta inserted should not fall to accompany samo by a So bill if they want 8 them to appear promptly. Somi: of tho Jargo cities am providing v? " ? "On! thcynrc 'And fall ; wise Who advertise In winter, spring Hufwiser yet Arc tliey, you betu Who never let tip At nil." for'lhelr unemployed labor by giving them work on their streets, breaking 1 rock at 10 cents an hour. i. r - a t S'K'-V- - . ii , Bixest developments show that Jus gangtlip science of train and in us iniancy. roooery-wasom- y r . id ifl SUPPLRMRNT. Breckenridge HARNED. Galloway & Co , moved their machinery from this place to Kirk, December 'Uh. , ,i tho palmyest days of Jesse James and bank News. 180.1. WELDON. Well it is now Christmas and tlio noisy boy is on the warpath and he is WEDNESDAY, DEUEMHElt 27, n A en A ST liv tin nnmn if k tempted to kill. Mayor Tyler, of LouisJ John 1. llopkinc, n Dcniocrat, lias vilIe,abon( o'clock 4 Tuesday. He oly been elected Mayor of Chicago. jecteu to having the city limits extended Anew Atlantic cable will bo lnld be1 The new council ought to provide a tween Ireland and Nova Scotia next sinking fund for the redemption of thq spring. shop ImmmIs when they fall due. Fhq , Juikik Samuel E. DoIIa en, who died vnirfl ltnr ntmmltf iincm-M- nml nf a tlrAl recently at Lagrange, Ky., left an estate ? . . purpose. pp is I . valued at $500,000. j lar lam lortiiat T i Two traveling men said , It is said that irregularities amounting lo $1,000,000 have been discovered in the iiiithuapresencuof tlio, NKWH.jtliqothcr tlnyr that there were no better or New York Custom I louso. prompter.paying merchants iu,thet state A Ni5w Jersey crank has threatened to than the merchants in Cloverportu' kill CoiigrensnTaii iI6g'er Q. "Willis 'because of his oto on the Silver Hill. Newt. jMcGlothlaji, of Irvlngton, is a candidate; for doorkeeper of the State The campaign for countyofliccs is Sehato with godd chances, he claims, of about to open up in Hancock. Mr. U. being elected. The Senate couldn't gtt Y.JSuah heads ,tho list for county Judge. a, moral dutiful; Or attentive public, bc i WinsTMNO women arc becoming as vanf. numerous in the United Slates as Cot NTitv sausage is plentiful in and fieorgiii electric girls were a few years around West Point since the big railioad ag". wreck (if porkers in that neighborhood. A Ni:w York and New Jersey syndi- It is hinted that Stuart Young was up cate is acquiring large tracts of coal and there and laid in a big supply nml is suptimber lands in Morgan and Elliott coun- plying his friends bountifully. ties of this stato. BiiitiMMiiwiE county w i!jiolJhu c u Gen. John B. Gordon, United States vote in the caucus to name the. next Senator,jfrom Georgia will deliver his speaker of tho Kentucky Hou8e,'but site famous lectufe, "The Last Days of the will stand on the outsido and send up at Confederacy" at Hopkiusville, today. big a yell for Carroll as any on the inside. There is soon to be another Judicial Breckenridge county is for.i tho Hon. A . t . ( district in this stato in which a United J. Carroll. i -- , i i States Court will bo held. Tho now disThe merchants of this town, especially trict Is to accommodate tlio eastern porthose who advertise in tho News, saj tion of the state. their Christmas trade was good, ever The commissions of nine presidential better than last year. They sold out postmasters in this State expire next their stocks cleaner and took in more month. The news is from "Washington ready cash than liibt year. The same it advertisers. that theso positions can bo had by Dem- true of our out $ ocrats, and that all they need to do is to apply. Tnisgovernmcnti8nowspcndiiig$0,000, 000 a month more than she earns or a The News hopes that something may the rate of $72,000,000 a year. The Wil turn about in a short time to lighten the son bill reduces custom duties $70,000j financial straight among tho people in 000, so there will be a deficit of $142,000, this section. A good farmer said tho 000 which will have to be provided foj other! day that the Democrats had to from some source. The question now ii beamho bnintof the wholo business, how to raise this revenue whether they were in any wise responsible for it or not. Maou elect Barry will have to worl some sort of a scheme to get inonej The annual report of Hon John G. to meet the ordinary expenses o Carlisle, Secretary of tho Treasury, was enough the city government next year, as tin transmitted to Congress last week: He g council turns oyer an emptj says there is a deficit of $28,000,000 to treasury, nnd'a tax rate loo low to mee meet the expenses of tlio government. current expenses. They got toogoodj He suggests several courses of action by good towards tho wind up. Vihich deficiency may bo met, one of well-know- n B n out-goin- not few, Itjtto the ;Irl who'd 3rAll kinds of Dental work done and satisLeGrand have been visiting relatives faction guaranteed. here the past week. Miss Anna Carr, of Jefiersonville, Ind., Looisville, St Louis & Texas R,R. Co, is spending the festive holidays visiting INTO Iter brother at this place. , Mrs. Carr, wife of the operator here, returned home Sunday night from a visit Taklnr Effect to relatives in New Albany. At 6:00 o'clck A. V. Snnd&j. Ss. 17, 1893 Several pupils of our school are absent Wett Bound Train Sail Beuttd lYatm this week from their desks. Taking 83 Mall& Mail 4 Christmas, what they call it. BPf' Hxpr's STATIONS Kxpr'a Kxpr'. Mr. Lon Bryant will remove shortly Dally Dally Dally Dally with his family to Texas whero..he 630pm 7am Iv.Un'n p't..ar 12 45pm 8 30pm 6 45 800 15 Kentucky St. 12 30 to reside in the future. 7 2? 8 40 Weatrolnt 1160am 735 730 1147 Z?2 ..Howard 5i2 On Sunday night, the 17th inst. the 747 900 Rock Haven 1132 714 765 9 07 household of Mr, Joseph Jones was Branch 1124 707 804 917 Ilrandenbure 1116 658 made brighter by the addition of a wee 813 920 Hkron 1107 648 8 21 934 6 40 Gutton 1069 lady member. 8 30 9 45 Irvlngton 6 30 1060 8 3S 964 1041 Webster 614 Rev's. Jupin and Steve Jupin hove woe. 1004 845 Lodlburg1033 605 Produce your dainty kerchief for jourtc.irn are returned from Bethel, Hardin county. 1014 865 Pierce 1025 567 900 1020 Sample 1020 hound to riow. 662 where they have been engaged in a pro9 09 1028 Stepheniport 1011 645 I'm a bachelor of thirty .fit e aud a millionaire bi- 914 1033 Addison 1006 6 40 tracted meeting. TrrJiu;rr?r 917 tlde. 1030 1003 Holt 6 30 9 28 1050 Cloverport 9 48 624 Hut for koine unluppy reason, I've nctr found a Itev. Cherry filled his regular appoint931 1053 Shops 93 621 l.ri.lc; 9 43 1105 9 33 Sklllman ment at Cedar Grove Sunday and preach609 don't think I'm li id looking and I know iny 9 64 1116 4 69 Hawesville 922 ed a most eloquent sermon to a crowded Of the lity breaking your watch may not re- 10 02 1124 4 51 914 Petrle heart la kind; mit lo damage or Ion to your pocket. Some 10 07 1130 4 45 9 08 Falcon I want to wed l the tort I house. Bro. Cherry is a splendid preachHut the aortol u'rl risks you can run wlthoutmuch danger; others 1012 1134 Cayce 4 42 9 04 never tind. 1H(J you can not. Mining an early inspection of 1018 Lcwfsport 4 39 868 er and Ids people appreciate him. 10 35 1153am and the clcttr ones 8 40 Powers T he pritiy girl lre P'ent) 420 our stock of Solid SilverSpooni. Butter Knives """ "" rt'i are about to loe om of our beet We congratule Cloverport for citizens being the recipient. lt Ward Davis has purchased the farm near Germantown, where he and Uncle Joe will keep "bach." Mr. Hiram Driskell and others paid our town a serenading visit. We ask the boys to give us another call soon. Jonas Gray, late yard boss lor the Jolly it Otto Stave Co.ias gone to Ituth and Askius to ship about 1G car loads up here. e Mrs Ben Gray was call to the It beems of her sister in McDaniels. like the death auel is not satisfied with one summons. G. J. Hudson, general merchant of Market, is here probably looking out for a better location We wi be glad to have him ith us its a business man. Wm. Otto, one of the Hensly it' Jolly Co., is here amid the roar of machinery, hurrahing the boys. Shipping staves to the north and east, receiving returns, as if there never had been a crisis. C. D. Payne and Miss Moilie Payne were joined by the holy ties of matri mony at the bride's house last Tuesday night, the ceremony being performed by Bro. Duggins, of Grayson county-Gre- at excitement is prevailing in this section of the country over the loss of our late president of the Old Bachelor's Association. Without or any cause on the part of the Association. The organization is feeling the effect of it by another refusing to As tho membership is getting so herve. nmall (only 15 now,) we adjourned to meet tine die, so siezing the opportunity ty the forelock and drinking the bitter cup of repentence I will endeavor to nuke an open confession of the p.ibt : . I.ittcn, maidaand matnina, to a piteout tile ol Lfs-hanbed-sid1 1 makimr things lively. I thougat while all this oinmution was in progress on the outside I would try to write a letter to the good old News for I feel tint more of my acquaitances will read it there, than I would be able to write letters to in a whole month. When the paper reaches us we have a lively scramble for it to see what has happened at home for we know if anything of importance occurs the News will report it. We form a circle and select one to read for the family circle to listen. I could not keep house without the News. Mr. Ed Jiipin issick. Mrs. C. Koyalty has the la grippe Mr. Hallit Koyalty has the la grippe. Jim Keith, of Louisville, is spend ng the holidays here visiting his brother. Mr. Pearl Carr, operator at Irv ington spent Sunday with his brother, W. W. Carr. Mifj-cMattie Pack, Belle Polk and Lizzie Hunt visited Mrs. C. Itoyaltyj last s week. Mr. John Pack, of Nelson county, was visiting his cousin, II. C. Pack last week. Messrs. James Koyalty and Pemberton Pliristnias camo a week in advance with some of the boys over here One fellow, full of the "spirits" said ChristPure Kentucky Whiskies, inas is come, Peace on earth Good will to man. Another climbed up a winding Foreign & Domestic stair; and another fed his horso three Wines and Liquors. times and watered him once, alL after supper. Tho Purest and Best Tim Christmas tree's were a success nt both churches, and the littte folks' hearts were all made happy. It stirs the blood For Altar Purposes. in the old folks' hearts to see tho young May God bless and protect the bo gay. Wo give our attention to the young and ristug generation, for they Family Trade. When you want will ono day take our places, and vve want to see them better boys and girls something puro and good, give me than wo were. a call. Conrad Simons. Well, what about R. him? Well, he is tho happiest man I "Tammany Saloon" ever saw, except Riley Polk, a few years ago. It's a fine gill and Con steps as HARDINSBURG, KY. light and nimble as a youth of twenty summers. L. Now this places mo where I will have to tell the joke on uncle Riley, which I regard as a capital one. So here it is: About three years ago huJanuary, when the mercury was hovering around zero, Riley was seen coursing his way across r Wallace Hay-dethe fields to his with a cane in each hand and with out'w"rap8 (on accout of haste) shivering Being met on the way, lie as he went was hailed by '.'What's the matter, Riley, got' the rheumatism or tooth ache 7" CLOVERPORT, KY. "Neither, but I'm Grandpa though." For Christmas CALIFORNIA WINES fir ' E. Mattingly, Br. J. Moorman, r$!t son-in-la- n, ll fTT r l Resident Dentist Ofllco jvilh Dr. J. T. Owen, Eaul End of Bridge. TIME SCHEDULE " 22 y "J- - ts V y r Running Chances 1 " cult me It' h ird to (jet a the This issue contains tho annouueemen of Joseph M. Mullen as a candidatolfo VNOTHERPennsylvaniainauufactureiv County Judge., Mr. Mullen,at the pjo has corao out for freo Jrado. "Whether selit'tiinb, is jfjusticcof tlio Peace in'fhi or not absolute freo trade will bo best for Cloverport Magisterial district. Ho is i this country causes various and sundry good Democrat and a clever gentlemai opinions. But ono thing is certain, as well, and w ill no doubt run a goo there is too much tariff", and a fa rid is a race in this section of tho county. tax which the pebplo, have to' pay. It is fast redeeming hersel ought to be immediately revised by tlio in the lino of good hotel accommodations present Democratic Congress. Tlio now Heyscr llouso is all that om Uniontown is just now one of the few could wish lor in neatness, cleanllnesi towns in Kentucky that is enjoying a and something good to eat. Tho wear; boom. This is caused by the erection traveler needn't pass this town by wiiei and operation of new and large distiller- he wants to rest his tired bones o1 ies. Tho Union Local says: "Tho town tempt his failing appctlto. Wo have tw is full of peoplo who have no houses to as good Hotels as any town of our pro live in, and somo families have resorted tensions. to tents. There are no idlers everybody is at work and making good wages." That was an excellent service at th Uniontown has our congratulations. Kim street Methodist church Suuda evening Tho sermon, tho singing nn( A Biain Memorial Association, was the music wcro .worth coining miles t organized, in the stato ofMalno last hear. ..Vl'luT Hkilhimn Bros, perforq spring, composed of leading citizens of beautifully on the violin and cornet nn both parties, the object being to raise tl'eirsoul stiring strains reach heaven by volunteer contribution, from tho peo- ward. The. most astonishing thing to m plo of Maine, a fund for tho erection of is that more people do not turn out t a statuo to tho memory of James G, theso services. Whether you aro sain Blaln. Up'toa few days ago they had or sinner you could not spend an hoir procured$115, and $100 of this amount more profitably. had been given by a New York Democrat, who is a native of Maine, This The .new law under the head of "Hoad is a Beclmen of tho memory dear' in and Pa8sways" is imporjan to tlio 'pub which tho30 (?) people' hold lie, and wo (pioto from Chapter 2112, sec f triolrgTeatinon. Hon 20 as follows: "J ho fiscal Cour TniT IJouisvillu- - Commercial, that at its first regular term in 1801, an champion of corporations and monopo- even' two years thereafter, shal' nimoii Bupervlsorofyroads, or sue lists, is just now devoting wholo columns a county district supervisors as may bo decinct of its spaco to tho fruitless task of trying to provo that about a half dozen wealthy best, and may appoint such overseers a HohVthel residents of Louisville will bo hope- may bo necessary, who shall ollico for a term of two years irom tlji lessly ruined if tho Wilson tarifr bill should pass. However, it says nothing date of their appointment, and nntl about tho thousands of Louisville citi- their successors aro appointed and quali (Securing lii the olllci zens who have been toiling for thirty fled. Any vacancy of supervisor or ovoreeer may bo fillet years under tho weight of an unjust taxation, that tho wallets of these heartless, by tho County Court- until tho ncx,t reg g me corporalionists might bo uiar lenn oi mo riscai iOiiri. fattened. It is a fact that docs not need suporvibor or sui)ervisjr8 shall execute proving that no Inxly can be protected bond in tlio Coiirity Court within thirty unless Homebody else docs tho protecting, bis appointment, with good and the different conditions of theso two days after and Biililcient sureties, to bo approved by classes in tho city of Louisville plainly show who has beou carrying tho load. the judga of tho County Couit, for tho ' of IV TOUJl HACK AC IMS nothing faithful performance his duties. Tlio Or you are all worn out; iwUr good for Fiscal Court shall' make Mm supervisor itlsKeiieralilct'llfJy. 'lry or supervisors a reattmablo allownnco for BROWN'S JHUy JITTAJtS. big-heart- which is an increase of ten cents a gallon on whisky. clew. I'erlnuk ou think I'm fickle and very Ii ird to suit; Likewise jnii may Imagine that I'm more or le a hrutc, llut theittac la ery riinple and I think you'll aoon udmlt. That the trouble reata with nature and I'm not to blame a bit. I've roimed Irom Anion college to the pHlna of - ' Kalauuroo; I've aeirchtd nil over Hudson and llarued Cily too; I've aat out d mcca many with Custer nutrition belli s, I've bein In Sm KranilM.o where the miner In New Urle.ina.iud In Dinvtr in Chicago .md In l'voil and St. Louis In Cincinnati and Iltlnlt, .Ml over this vast county I've been on boats and Hut I've never lound a pretty girl who had an ounce of brains. Appreciated Testimonial. We are continually trying to impress upon the minds of the people that if they have anything to sell, it pays to adv rtise it. As a proof of w hat we say we take the privilege of publishing the following testimonial which comes to us unsolicited: Kditok ok News I ind inclosed ropy for change of my regular ad. Do the best you can with it. I see you know how to arrange things, for that Christmas ad of otira rnuld not have been beat at all, and I tell ou it boomed things at our house, and don't )ou forget It a fine tride was ours. Wishing the Xuvvs a happy and prosperous Christina and New Year, vve are Napkin Rings and our elegant stock of Novelties and Jewelry Is one of the chances you can not run witLout Incurring a tosi. This stock Is superior to anything we ever offered before, and It is most assuredly superior to anything else now shown in this city and our price' are very low, you should call at onca and make a selection before the rush lets In, 1048 1059 1109 1111 1119 1125 1133 1145 1153pm 1210am 1212pm 1222 1233 1238 12 42 1250 1257 108 Pates Owensboro Mattingly GrlffitV Stanley Worthlngton Ileada Spottsville 8 25 2 08 815 803 764 751 T43 7 35 7 27 lit llaskctts 130pm ar.Henders'nlv 719 7 05am 2 65pm 400 347 341 3S7 880 323 816 310 , - ,r F. N. D'HUY. J. D. BRASHEARt TOBACCO BUYER, Long Brick House, LoufsYiMij.fladlnsburg&Western TAKING I R, R, No. 3 TIME TABLE. EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. Weat Uound Trains Eaat BoundTralna I Dally Dally Dally Dally ex Sun. ex Sun, STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun No. 6 Vo. 1 No. 2 No. f 11 00am I.v Irvlngton Ar 9 30am 1140 11 55am 12 1248 12 luinat dwells, Detroit, , asrver , Yours most obediently T. C. Lewis A Co ' CLOVERPORT, KY. i Ilardlntburtr Jollv x Glendeane Dempttcr arPallalloughlv Itockvale Itnth Atkins Kirk Garfield Harried 8 20 8 00 7 40 triins, " TOBINSPORTi SAMPLE- - Miss Moilie Mc2uady is visiting near A jrr. - s rL' V Moolevville. The L.t Grippe lias 'made its appearance here again Born to the wife of Vester Brumlield, the loiiiht, a line boy. Mr. J.T. Mctjnady, of Henderson, is una vibitto bis home. Miss Mary Hobblus was the guest of Miw. A J. Benuett Sunday. W.T. MU luad y, of Falls of Itough, is visiting Ids father this week. Itev. fenead delivered an excellent to a small but luterented crowd here Sat u "day night. Thu piotracted meeting that was to have begun last .Sunday was postponed until after the holidays. W piesumo Christmas Is going to bo iithiirdull hero this time, Wo hear Kiine talk of a Christinas lireo over at Nsv Bethel but nothing for Sample. , fcer-in- This is the wannest Christinas we had 'for four years. - in ' i (Miss Kate C. Allen, of Chenault, was here during Christmas, the guest of Miss Etta Polk. Mr. Tom Allen is here from Louisville to spend the holidays witli his uncle, Gill and Cass Whitehead. The meeting at tho M. E. church still goes on. There js some rousing sermons being prcaclied aud that without gloves on, That rattllngTill Groves. Well, what's the matter witli Till now? Nothing now, only he bb'a fair to be the leading farmer of this community, being a student (by correspondence) of Purdue Unl-- v eraity, plenty of good land, push, and means, and witli just a little more of "Cass Coekrell" nicety; I see uo reason why lie should not bo a model farmer and one that we all might do well to pattern after. This is no joke, it is even bo, If Till lias been a little "off" on fanning. Desires to see all the tobacco farmers of this and surrounding country. havo 100 118 1 710 7 00 25 640 6 30 143 220 232 2 44 610 269 Oaks 330pm ArFordtvilIeLv 518 600 6 37 6 20 ft Vj 4 45am The WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L Is a paper. golny. ten-pa- WE TELL YOU nothing new when we state that It pays totneajre lua h rmanent, moit healthy and pleasant Cuil. nen, that returns a profit fur eury day's work. Sueli It the builtics we offer the working dan. We teach them liow lo iiuike money rapidly, and guarantee every one follows futthfully the making whoSJOO.OO our Initructlons of n month, Kvery one who Hikes hold now und works will surely and speedily Inert ue their earning! ; there can be no question about It; others now at work are doing It, and )ou, nadir, cnii do the same, llili It the best paying builniu that you have ever had the chance to inure. You will make a grave mlitake if ou fall to glre It a trial at once yougrap the situation, and act quickly, ou will directly Dud youmelf In a inoit profpiroui builims, at which jou can surilymake and uve large sums of money. 'Hie results of only a few hours' work will often equal u week's wages. nether you are old or i oung, man or woman, it makes no difference, do as we til you, and success will meet you at the very start. Neither experience or capital uccenary. 1 lioic w ho work for us are rewarded. Why not write to day for full particulars, free t K. C AI.LKN & CO , llox No. 4U0, Augusta, JIo ' eight column Democratic NewsIt contains the best of everything Henry Wattbiuk Ii the Editor. - - Price, $1.00 a Year. The VVkkkly CocHiERiJouaNab makes very liberal term) to agents, and gives free preSample copies of the paper miums for dull. e Premium Supplement sent free and V rite to to any addreas. fiiur-pigA $0r Courier - Journal Company, U)ISVIM,r,KV. THE BRECKENRIDGE HEWS AND TDK iV id-- Weekly Courier Journal Will be sent one year to any address for $2 00, Addrejs JN0. D.BABUAOE, Cloverport, Ky. ft t blood-suckin- 'T'loKrectrojiolsuTesIoreB ffiSreU'viTal-- " ity nml tlio rlaims'inado are n6t exaggerated. Mm. O. O. lioreot, Louisville, Ky. A'Wrwa OnllOIS & W.EBB, Norton Fourth and .Jefleon BlwkfAwlriier streUi, LouIbvIIIo, Ky, rfliiiuvcii corim, war In, iHiiiloim, iiiuIuk nml cuIIouhcn. lVurrmi-lui- l, n every Wcc "C. . C. Certain Corn Cure' k, will cure you. and irtvo a kooi! appetite. Uf all dealers In rtkaJlclue. Sold ecrvlrvM. Iotf Hint C. C. C. o, Tl no oilier. In blown early And Hint true' happiness lies riot In outward clrcumtitonccB, but Is found in an in ward world bejond tho reach of chanco or change. Happiness need Dover bo clTectcd by external surroundings when our hearts aro full of resource. That this niaj over bo so with them 'till tho shadowy twilight of life nnd 'Times frail barque sinks in tho ocean of eternity" is my wish. heT I kept on Mil ii had tikea tan bottles, tea dollar!, JiMt Hilakoi wht return I got tor that lnrestmepU,. 4 iter eemf -- yea, many ttioual."ForJ lie past 4 years I havo M4na sores,' Kit tJrj Blng to , . work. J. lf'iOW,.BoJ what to say strong on&ttgh to express my grat Itmle to Hood's Sirsanarttla tor' or perfect cue." Oeouok W, .TiJBjfW, fttrmwy IUW way, Saratoga eouaty, it Y, . j i j i i 44 weaken, bB HOOD'S PlLLB Itytbsa. JM. ((SsUeaaadtosMttieatwaaaeb. Before, Work mi I cal4 do al TlrfroU'l Irs, It, 9 Moremen died ITear'Tilen dean last Vednesday, the 20 inst. Mrs. Moremen litw boon a sufferer for si vend m,opt!i8 and her friends havo known for sometime that her demiso was only q matter of a little while. 6ho was an estimable woman and will bo greatly miss ed by her relatives aud friends. She leaves a husband and several children besides many other relatives, to mourn her loss. Fraiikf Sullivan, a prospeTourTarnrtT living ijWr (IJawejjvlUe committed o laaftkttirdayr Ho drove a peg into a stump and tied a string to it. Tho other end of the strinc ho tied to a riflo trigger. He then put the rille to his stomach, shut his eyes und backed off. Ho was killed instantly, Several years ago ho was insane, but was discharged cured, buI-cid- "WflWBW(l Lt, J j. Aiffa'ftf,flt, aj mMPWfwgmyji4iijyvM " .' "' " -" rripwTyFWBiiWiiHigwiiwciK ilMMiHWIiUM'i fgui ji saijwa crttatfhWIMMMfttaMiMMMMaBiMiWWMME i fi Tiilni mi urn i i in it m f in i Ji i James M. Lewis, Contraetor & Builder. OLOVERPORT, y8ri'"Btiiiiate idruitiliil ky. Dr. Jesao Moorman Wont td dbtuledllii fyeBlerday. A big roduetlon in punts Hulaor'n hi. 0. II. tV 0. T. SKIIImnu. this week. Eugene Kingsbury Went to Louisville Fred M. Daniel Is now at Spokane, flrnnt Gregory went lo Owensboro t 3 niliWinrniiiiriiTTiri i Ti 111 Bat i i day. Kuo our Jiisiiruiiiie ;, Be Joyful ! Be Thankful ! THIS IS THE SEASON -- -- on apnlhali Robert E; Woods, ATTORNEY AT LAW, if Room 47 Trust Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. LEE BISHOP, CONSTABLE HARDINSBURG DISTRICT. lAAH business entrusted to my hnmW )Uen prompt anil ctrclul attention, Notts anil account! collected anil prompt returns nude. Send me your business. last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Fuhey visited in Owensboro lost week. Murray Parr, of Steidipusporl, was in the city Christmas day. Miss CluslorOrendoif, of Oncnshoin, is tho guest of Miss Mary Moorman. Chas. Sawyer, of Owensboro, is. spending the holidays at heme in this city. Wa.Mr. and Mrs. Leo Vandergriirare iting relatives in New Albany, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Hotiin, of Greenville, aro visiting S. G. Shelly and wife. John Smith, tho cigar maker, has (jono to Evansvlllc to spend X mas. at . . . K. Keith spent Christmas in Owensboro, tho guest of her son, Sara home.' Mrs. la J. Breckekridge News. WEDNESDAY. DECK Mil Kit 20, LOCAL BREVITIES. 1803. Keith. ',Buck . skin gU 'es for Engineers nt Bab-bngo'- s. tfSeo our Insurance nil. C. 15. & 0. T. Skillman. 'Chris Alit, of llardinsburg, was In the city Friday. , V. O. Bubbage says ho ia in the race for county Judge. Mr. aud Mrs. J. G. Stephens lift for Florida a few dnys rgo. Mr. Henry Shrewsbury, of Ilardins-burg- , was in the city Monday. lliv. Dr. J. B. Ccttrull is spending the 'holidays with bis sou nt I'ussellville. Mr. Abo Skilltnau, of Webster, is visiting his brother, Wallace, this week. Mrs. C. E. Lightfoot is spending the holidays with her parents at Sorgbotown Master Jesse Bolder, of Owensboro. is tthe guest of bis grand parents Mi is 'week. . -Mr. I'd Nolle, of Louisville, is the fi guest of his brothers, Julius and Ainel jNolte. Mist Beadie Woods, of( Ekron, is the fguest of her sister, Mrs. K. L. Peak, near -i Town. frj Vester Bane and Columbus Bano and wife, of Union Star, were hero shopping -- Monday. Mrs. J. F. Carter, of lrvington, was hero Saturday doing some ChrMinas shopping. Little Forcbt Yeager, three year old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Yeager, is ' quite sick. Mri Ainel Oclzj is still confined to bis bod with rheumatism. 'He Improves very slowly. Mr. 0. 1). Temple, the accommodating proprietor of the Cioverport hotel, is sick with the grippe. Walter Smart, Clerk In Collector Powers' office, of Oweusborb, ate Christ-ma- s " turkey at home. Constable A. J. Brynn and flL tf. Huckebv, of Rome, Ind., were in ton n Monday on business. John E Monarch. County Court Clerk, was in thocity Friday, looking ' after his fences for Lightfoot, of Hawesville, was Dr. in the city Saturday vlovungtlio ruins of his burned house. i Miss Minnlo Murray, who is teaching school at Irvlngton, came down to spend vacation with relatives. Dr. Thos. 0. Moorman, of Itdck'Lick," is reported quite sick. His family nre all down with typhoid fever. Mesjers Andy and Sam Adkisson, of Web3ter,were the guests of their brother, S. B. Adkisson last Saturday. K. Murphey, the Owensboro whiskey man, was hero one day last week, taking orders for invigorating Christinas goods. P.G. Bryan, the piano tuner, of Louisville, was hero last week trying to tune the peoplo up to buying tuneful Instruments. Misses Annie and Oma Claycomb, Gola Orendorffand Lillie Mays, of Web- ster, are tho guests of Bessie Mays this . week. The Breckenridgo Bank kept open for two hours Monday to givo tho merchants a chance to deposit their Christmas funds. Wheat is looking line in Holt's, Stcr-ctte-'s and Tobin's bottoms, and tho prospect now is flattering for a Bplendid yield next season. Mrs. Minor, of Holt, and Mrs. Long, of Louisville, received each a largo barrel of oranges from Mr. Dan Burks' beautiful grove in Florida. Hon. David It. Murray was chosen o Chairman of the Democratic County last Monday a week, at a meeting held in Hardineburg. Hon. Jonas D. Wilson will start next Monday to Frankfort to take his seat in tho Legislature as tho mprcaentaUvo from Breckenridgo couuty. Edward lticdel, a student of tho Itoso Polytechnical Institute, pf Ten'u Haute, Indiana, is spending tho holiday vacation with his parents tit Holt. t, Thos. Blain and. Nat Tucker, of were in tho city yesterday ou busincFs, Mr, Tuckor has 10,000 pounds burley tobacco for of lino sale. W. W. Kurkendall and Miss Surrilda May, Win. G. Ganett and Miss Sallio Mufllt were married in this city last Sunday afternoon Rev. S. G, Sholly ofllc-iatlug. Smith English, who was vaccidontly shot threo weeks ago, fs able to bo out on crutches. His right knee is stiff, though it','8 thought that this will bo all right in a little whllo. Misses Laura and Lula London went to Owensboro Tuesday to attend the inp.rringonf their cousin Miss NcttioBen-nett- o to Mr. Louis Burns, Owensboro. They will bo absent all, winter. The Nkws' and Mr, J. D. Brasliear are placed under obligations to Mrs. Jt. L. Nowfioui for a delightful Jmpjoiptu Christmas luncheon served at her beautiful residence- on Christmas day. J. 0. Engelhard, of Owensboro, was in tho city last Thursday, the guest of J. I). Brasliear. Miss Nillio Burks and Mri Minor spent Christmas with Mrs. Long in Louisville. Percy Carson, of Louisville, camo down Sunday to bcut home during Christians. Henry Yeager and Charles Riedol mado n flying trip to Henderson and back last Sunday. "Winter, winter, is at band. , How is your supply of underwear? Clear prices made ut Babbago's. Charles Ryan was quite sirk last week, and it was thought for a time that he was losing his mind, Babbage has a few bargains in Christmas toys. You can now secure a handsome present cheap. Miss Ethel Oelzo, who is attending school at tho Georgetown College, is at h mo during the holidays. Court Duncan, ol Louisville, camo down Saturday night to bo with his parents during Chi istmas. Tho "Texas" trains aro crowded Litxf passengers these days. PeOplo a o. tak ing advantage of tho holiday rates, tjjf The Texas sent out yesterday twot car, loads of crossing signs to be put up at all the road crossings along their lino. Mrs. Jno. D. Babbngo and children wont to J.ouiBville.Monday,ig.spenl the holidays with her sister, Mrs. D, W. Fairleigh. Miss Llnnio D!Huyandl MissOra Alexander, who hove been atieniling school in Cincinnati, are at home for a -- . j few days. R. E. Woods, of Louisville, came Jowri Saturday night to remain over the holidays with his mother and otlfcr relatives " I in this city. -- Arthur HaynesJumcsTv Milnerland Chatles Coshmon, are spending a few 'dajTrinnhircityrofffromnhrlaboreat Union 6ttr. ft, . , B. F. Boultlnghouso and nittleron, Thomas, of Rockpoit, Ind", are spending tho holidaya with relativcsUn'this city and neighborhood. , Chas. Babbage, of tho American A jJ. J :t z . P .com-mifte- Steph-onspor- new-groun- d 11 T ? - r of his mother and other relativetnjliis jfclTe cityiUuring'tho'Iiolidays. "passed down on "the Train to Ell Dean Tuesday. Ho says his pwensboro rother Cy is no better and is gradually sinking. Ho fias heart trouble. t Quarterly meeting at tho Elm street Methodist'church Saturday and Sunday. Preaching Saturday 1 1 a. m. and 7 p. to. Dr. S. X. Hall, Presiding Elder. Mrs. Mary McAfee aud son Richard, of Union Star, camo down to attend tho funeral of Miss. Gusty Keys. Mrs. McAfee is an aunt ot the deceased young lady. " llr, and Mrs. James W. Mattingiy and baby Ruth aro in the city spending the s Mr. and J'rs. holidays with 01 Mattingiy and Hon, and Mrs Jonas D. Wilson. ''Squire Dudley Hambleton Bold at auction, on Christmas day, tho effects of Benjamin Woodhead, tho young Englishman, who was drowned while bathing in tho Ohio fast summer. James Wells, a woll known farmer living near Yolvington, was found dead in his bed last Saturday morning. His death is supposed to have resulted from heart trouble. He was 70 years old. Mrs. Emma Lacy (neo Miss. Emma English), of Hopklnsville, was a passenger pn tho cast bound train last Friday, enroulo to Roberts' Bottom to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. S, English. J, B.Biggs,of Steplionspprt, was a passenger on Iho train Friday. Ho mado.no direct nnswer to tho question as to liis objective point, but it was Inferred that ho was 'seeking an interview with Josh Powers. Henry Morton has attached grinding machinery to his milhat the corner of Second streot and tho river (or in Second street near tho river rather) and bo is now ready to grind coin and feed in largo or small quantises. David Heron, of Music Carter Co., Is spending X mas. with his old friends in tills city. Ho says that Dr. J. M. Clayton expected to accompany him, but .unfortunately, Jicwas takoBtsick with tho measles andjiad to rcn'aln in doors. a "Mr. E. B. ProthotoO, Succeeds; 'Mr, J, F. Boyd as miller at tho Irvlngton Mills. Mr. Protheroa is ono of the besf'talllers in tho state and a ctqvcr, accomodating gontloman.- - The Irvlngton Milling Company Is fortunate in' securing his thelr-parentwest-bound ' ' Fl?'. - bo wmi pw pas id twin JJnta opsfl 1 oq IWI U V Mil oaiiiuao U 1 NOHI K VAVOHH ptw 'tn3!HtaI 9X01 srtpwwjp qotmjow MsrtdUM ' vie.ii.iCMft Mfljl Tho pupils of tho High School irianifes-te- d their nppreciatlon.of tlm work ot the principal, Mr.iogan,' ttf a substantial way on last Thursday afternoon, by pro fiting to,1'lnya,bBp"kto Blpdn)' "atop,1 forVwhWih waua an .appraciatlva speech to those who had a, part lit this Mr. and Mrs, Logan mark of kindness. will 'entertain the pupils of tu!st)epart-mon- 't lit their home on New Year's day from 0 o'clock p. m. till 0 p. m. t Washington! -- , JoOjpouty, of Ovveusboro, is visiting Ovommta marked down from $''5 lo $18; from 820 to II'--'; relatives In'this city. , Hon. Mug Severs and wife, of Uurdius-.burfrom $15 to $10: from $12 to $8; from $10 lo $7; from $8 to $0; are in the city. Walter.Bargor, of Preston, came down from ifO to $ I. Dress and Ihisinutis Suits from $2JJ to $17; from Mon'dai? fo'do "some trading. $18 to Sl3; from $14 to $10; from $10 to $7; from $8 to $5. I Miss Taylor, of Henderson, is tho of Mlf s. Nellie Beverly. guest Hoys' and Children's Ulsters and Overcoats in tho same manner. Orvillo Skllhnnn is in Owensboro spending with his best girl. Hoys' and Children's Suits and Pants in still greater proportion. Gentlemen, this is your chanco to get This is our PANIC Sale, these are our PANIC Prices. Our a pair of pants cheap now at Sulzcr's. Miss Lizxio Wade, of Rockport, is in stock is too largo. Wo want only a part of our purchaso money tho city, tho guest of Mrs. Will Hollieus back. Seo our stock and learn our prices before buying elsePolk is panting for puuts peoplo in tho clothing department this week Sulzer's. where Mr. Chas. B. Skill man, wife and sister, Miss Liuio b'pent last Saturday in Louisville. ' Mr. II. C. Cooper aud family, of Ruth, aro visiting his wife's sister, Mrs. T. L. Wroo.' Photos, a reduction all through holt- Third .and Market Sts., ays ut C. L. Knight's gallery, Clover-por- t, Ky. Mrs. J. D. Brasliear, of Owensboro, is LOUISVILLE, KY. visiting her husband and sister, Mrs. R. L. Newsoni. B. Be suro you come to tne right store. tea , Master Johnnie Hill, of Henderson, is the guest of his cousins, Sam and Charley Berry. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. B. Cox, the clover The Republican County Committee Meetings are still being held every day and night on tho "Como To Jesus" hotel keepers, of Union Star, camo down Meets. yesterday to have some dentistry work down 6a the creek. Haiidinsiiuko, Kv., Dec. 18, 18U3. of Mr. Edwin Hodge, wifo and children, done, but they could not find a doctor Pursuant to a call tho Republican Henderson, passed up on tho train yes- "pullicans" in tho city all gono on County Committee met in Hordinsburg Christmas visits. terday for Louisville. on the 18th, of December. Rev. Shiery, of Luno Seminary, CinThojblg cock fight at Rock Island will t Tho meeting was called to order by the come oft" Thursday the 28th inst., instead cinnati, tilled Rev. Burgess appointment County Chairman, Mr. Frank Haswell. hero last Sunday. Ho is a young man of of Wednesday the 27th. Tho committeemen presont wero the "boy" preacher twenty nnd is called Come every day during invoice and Messrs. It. M. Jolly, AV. J. Tiggott.G. N. of tho Seminary. Ho preaches well for catch (into tho bargains that will be turnTaul, M. R. Shr, wsbury, Jno. B. Bate8, ono of his years. ing, up every day Sulzer's, Jtseph E. Black, John B. Hunter, S. P. A hard day's work Saturday and sore It wU be fun counting tho shot, but clerks, tired and weary. The advertising Parks, John II. Butler, W. R. Smith and Hon. Chas. Blaulord. oh! what bargains you will catch onto men all out of sorts. Invoice next week. The object of tho meeting as stated by during our invoice Sulzer's. The nails and potatoes all to count. The children of the Mctho list Sunday Our great paralyzing sale begins during tho chairman was 'to chobso tho method and time to select county candidates. School, wero presented a invoice Sulzer's? It was decided to hold a mass convention treat last Sunday morning. The colored cornet hand camo out All good Republicans in tho county aro N. Bv Vankirk, who is working for V. Christmas day and paraded the streets, earnestly requested to bo present. Tho S. Long went to his home at Garnet's-vill- o discoursing some, nico music. This is timo was fixed for tho second Monday of Monday to spend a few days. tho first time that musio has been heard February, which is tho 12th day, tho Our involco begins next week. It in Cioverport since tho "loss of confi- place, Hardinsburg. Tho committee means hard work. But big bargains for dence in financial circles " to impress upon tho party the necesyou seo our bargain counter Sulzer's. Twenty clerks Saturday in our great sity of perfect harmony in tho convenMiss Ida Weisenbergor, who is teachd sale. Never in tho his; tion. ing school at Siberia, Ind., camo homo tory of the Houso was there such sales. It is thought that tho party is now in to spend tho holidays with her mother. They nover did get any dinner, but the good fighting shapo. With harmony in Don't wait for clear weather to como way tho goods did go. Tito people know tho ranks, tho committeo think that tho party stands a good chanco for victory in to the plcturo gallery. Wo can make where to find real bargalns-SuIzer'- s. photographs any kind of weather. C. L. It may be impossible to choko a dog to November 'Ot. Fkank Haswell, Chairman. Knight. death with butter, but it is an easy matMrs. Cooper and daughter, Mrs. Milt ter to glut tho market of a town with Jkhsb It. Eskkiikie, Secretary. Miller, of Sample, mother and sister of that articlo when every body wants to Last A SUPPOSED BOBBER Mrs. Eugene Hayues, wero her guests on sell and no body wants to buy. Saturday there was bo mdeh produce Christmas day. country butMr. and Mrs. John Burks, Henderson, brought to Cioverport that Enters the Hantook Deposit Bank at ter was soon going begging. aro in the city to spend the holidays Hawesville. Henry Carman has iesed' tho with Mrs. Burks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. tarm, lying on Clover creok, partW. II. tlowmer. George Wilson, tho genial and clever Ull move assistant cashier of tho Hancock Deposit The Entru Nous will meet with Miss ly within tho city limits and' is a Bank, Hawesvillo, was nearly frightened Lizzie on New Year's evening, here next week. As Mr. Carman at whicji Umo they will entertain their poultry raiser and truck gardener, the out of his wits one day last week. A Cioverport market wilt have advantage's man with a big slouch hat and a long gentleman friends. of early broilers and fresh vegetables ulster stepped into tho bank and called Frank Boyd, who is the United States enjdyed, for tho cashier. Mr. Wilson informed sho has not herto-forstore keeper at the big Uniontown dis- that and Mr. Carman will find a convenient him that ho was absent. Tho stranger tillery, is passing tho holidays with his and reudy market for his produce Suclt said you will do as well and at the same family in this city. an addition to our population is an agree- time ran his hand down into his coat J. D. Hanbleton, wife and daughter, able and mutually beneficial one,, and pocket. Mr. Wilson concluded at onco Miss Marion, cape up from Henderson we gladly welcorao Mr. Carman as a that ho. was a bank robber and was there yesterday to spend the holidays with Cioverport citizan. Tho opening that for that purpose. Wilson reached under relatives and friends. Mr. Carman fills bus long been waiting his desk for his pistol and with a trembThe Christmas tree in tho Baptist for some ono. ling hand pull it down on tho robber, church will bo loaded with niqo things but it had no effect. Tho robber still Lucky Candy Guessers. (Thursday) night, anj" all tho pursued him remarking quietly "that ho Sunday School ppplls will receivo handIt seems that tho guessing at tho had better Jay that pistol down." Wilson Vest's, was weight of tho big stick of candy at some presents. ' by this timo ready to dtop in his r Edna Seay, a young lady about was indulged in by overybody. Tliero tracks and did drop tho pistol. Tho robeighteen years old living at Lewis sta- wore 2350 guesses put into tho ballot ber closed up on him and said; "I am tion near Owensboro, committed suicide box, and they ranged all tho way from Fr. d Ames, of Owensboro, and I want to Tuesday by Jumping into 'a wel,l. No 2J to 333 pounds. talk to you on business" and tho joko Chas. May, jr., Sam Conrad and Geo. was ended. cause ri given for tho rash act. Sawyer wero selected as at disinterestMr, Comp Henderson, ol Webster, P. ed committee to weigh tho hugo pieco $100 Reward, 100. was in the city yesterday consulting our of sweetness and to examine the guesses. citizens as to what bis prospect might Tho reader of this paper will bo pleasexactly 53 pounds and The weight was 'be, should he declare himself a candi These figures had been ed to learn that there is at least ono 12 ounces. date, for Couutyj.Court Clerk, exactly guessed by six different persons. dreaded diseaso that Bcienco has been Itisjreportedithata young man from They wero Mr. Wm. Emberton, Hon. ablo to euro in all its stages, nnd that is thpunpernar of the county ran In Jonas Wilson, Misses Annie Italtt, Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tho only 'horses" on a crap game hero Christmas Allicne Murray and Ruth Hayues, of this positivo cure known to the medical day and "done'tho local sports for qui to city, and Mr. Wavy Rico, of Duko, Han- fraternity. Catarrlt being a constitua neat little sum. He was being played cock county. Tho candy was consequent- tional discaso, requires a constitutional for a "sucker." ly divided, tho lucky guessers receiving treatmont. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly ou tho blood Mrs. Andrew Graham, the mother of nearly nlno pounds each. and mucous surfaces ot tho system, Mrs. J. A. Murjay is lying very low at thereby destroying tho foundation of tho residence of the Judge. Her death has the disease, and giving tho patient been feared for,nearly a week, but tho strength by building up tho constitution vitality of a strong Constitution, seems to States has nover suffered The United and assisting nature in doing its work. prolong her lifo. from any discaso that has caused such Tho proprietors havo so much faith in Rev. S. G. Shelly had a busy day of it fearful results as IiGrippo. Royal its curative powers, that thoy offer Ono last Sunday. He preached at Holt's has nover failed to cure It quickHundred Dollars for any caso that it chapel in tho morning, camo homo and ly where used. fails to euro. Soud for list of testimonafternoon married two couples in tho ials. Address, F. J. Cheney it Co., and preached a good sermon at his UIM.IAIII.r. KVIDCNGR. Toledo, 0., JBSTSold by Druggists, 75c. Bro, Shelly ichnrc) here in the qvening. Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 28, 1893. is a livp energetic man, is doing excellont "In January last I had a violent atCANNEL COAL. work and giving general satisfaction as a tack of LaGrippo. I wa? advised by a minister. Wo like to sco livo preachers friend to use Royal Germetuor, which 1 havo now on hand a car load of brokas well as live business men. cured mo in a couplo of days'. I was en up cannel coal which I will deliver 5 again attacked by tho "grip" this month, at $5.00 per ton to all convenient places, h ton $'2.75. ton $1.50. and profiting by my former exporienco I Ono-lm50c. per hundred commonced at once with Ger'metuer and Less quantities did not havo to go to bed. I consider it pounds. I am also selling tho nico Falcon lump coal at 8' cts. per bushel, delivered L. Stitaut." suflbrlng with weakness and a specific for LaGrippo. in lots not less than 15 bushels, lots of fin emaciation, who give little 100 bushels or more, 8 cents per bushel lVSIi:i'SIA and NKItVlIS. nourishment to bablos,should Rev. J. B. Irwin, D. D., tho popular for a short timo only. Nut coal 7 cents Lake pastor of tho Tulip Street Methodist per bushel. R. B. PlKUCE. Church, Nashville, Tonn ,say8: "Having, tho Germetuor for moro than a tested Holiday Rates. ear bv reneatcd use, I tako pleasure In Baying I found it a prompt relief and 1 Tho Louisvillo St. Louis and Toxos 'W- - '. euro for dyspepsia and norvous debility. rai'road will sell tickets at ono faro for I keep it on hand and would not bo tho round trip between all stations for Besides being a valuable tho holidays. Tickets will be on sale without it. remedy, it is a pleasant and refreshing December Slrd, 21th, 25th, 30th and 31st th1?eamrofCod-llveOH and January 1st, good returning January drink." and'hypophpspWU will It 2nd. II. 0. M. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS glv' thorn" strength, and mako $1 A Bottle, Six for $5. X-m- OF GOOD CHEER! m J l And the time for making a'good JJ resolution on .u?,9W v !"-- i & Mf New Year's Day ;.nH START EARLY:- your Resolution to By "Deal with Sulzer's" well under way. -G-ettm- g I ,C J JULIUS WINTER & Corner CO., Don't Wait Till To-morro- w. OQME NOW. i a I3N. d Lj L. 4L tzz. f o ' Goods are Right, Prices are Right in every Department, ' '' Therefore Come to Us NOW i rtjf' k t, '4. ' hand-aroun- d de-si- ro n 18 93 Fall and Winter t ! m i): ( merry-go-roun- i it i Is soon to be closed out, and likowibo our La-Hei- st .:; GOODS- i - 110 As tho end draws nearer prices get lower. Wo aro determined to run our Btock down : o low, and to do this we can givo you somo rare bargains, and while wo do this we wish lo return our thanks to our many customers for their liberal patronago during tho year about to end, and wo hope by fair dealing to ;i w tt 1 'Inl merit tho same in tho future. We wish you a Happy New Year. ifii 'Hr Hi) ' on lr B. F. Beard & Co., HARDINSBURG, KY. Inl II 'ill 'IT 'Inl ,11 J t M A, I . ' f i i i ift i 'tu )U iiiMir r tt ''' ''i" J' A'!' ik )T u. : " ML LaGRIPPE AGAIN. J. 0. BOURNE, J. M. HARPER, DAN.IEL BROOKS Ger-metu- ar BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS THE BEST TYPE WRITER. LOUISVILLE, KY. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. llAROiNiBUd, Kjr. Dec. Mothers f lf Ono-fourt- Deeds, Mortgages and all legal lnstru. The firm nf Ktyfl, MsttlnfcW Alloben.thWiUy IMuttlnelv retiring mutually illiiolvtil. incnta drawn and copying dqno in tho from the firm. V. II.Joe. - n.lrno" T. Ilobeff Kye will conduct the liutlooi unilcr.tln: firm name of best style., Kaye .V lloben. Kay? & llobcii'wlll collect all j, i8c;j. V. G. Babbage; Atf y, IIahdinhisuuo, Ky. putitandinf account! and assume all liabilities of said dissolved firm. Kavk A 1Iobn, Itcfertnjr to the abate ftrnTt cheerfully rtcnm mend the firm of Kaye tit I loben to my friends. Jot L. Mattinolv. Stfott's miusion r SAM'L RAY. ROBERT P. HARE. O. IB. TTvTSaZOSEJIL.Da, WITH Crescent -:- - Tobacco -:- - Warehouse, rtSo f BAY & CO.; Proprietors. 'im:uiui their babies fat, Physkiant, the world over, endorse it. s$tihrfKP Keep tho bowels open with Germetuor Pills. 60 in u bottle, 25c. All for sale A. R. FISHER, by Cioverport, Ky. A trial will convince the most S skeptical that " C. C. O. Certain BlBm8n8do3Mn8?5r.M"' LOUISVILLE, KY. Couh Curo" Is tho groat cat remedy cxtHtU fir tho euro of "LaGrlpBc, Croup, Coughs, With Auction and, Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free, , , Colds, . , l " .Highest of jjU ' ! liavcninPower. Latest U.BTGot't VIM! I erbit. THB BRKGKRNRIDGR NRWS, GLOYERPORT, Tpbaccojn, Louisville. It Puis K.Y. iff ; " jiii Baking fErEEfetftSS $100,000 In Circulation Daily In Annually This is the year and now is the time to BUY USKFUL PRESENTS FOR CHRISTMAS instead of spending your money frivolously. That In Kentucky, 'It well-kiioH- Is a fact, though not y I ;CB&3MW$Bf PWfe' ) Breckenridge 1ews. WEDNESDAY, DKOEMIIER 27, 1803. I &Jf WWMl1 J5fe3-THA- I Hick's cold wave has not reaeheil us -- McDANIELS. SOUTHERN The Cheeapest AnU.tfjTlfcC tie South Are Lands in llfly hi?iister in Daviess county.. MV. FrahUCldrk hill take barge of Mr. Jim Jarboe's farm. as Dr. McMullqn is improving our village ,, Vikiiituig WWcjgf?i1(,(0,,lI And Hemes ia Dixie ko bj buildings uoatablo. at YnyTEnco Are Huo'j Cheaper than Free Ulubu HenesteadB oa-t- Irs. Jim'Kliodeviflitfd her sisters at GlcnJeanc n few days since. rJIiv Lupas has moved to the bouse latcly'vacnte'd by Mrs. Blankenship. Mr. Sam Henninger, ol West View, ',.7 J Toved Plain. - nrtis at Mr.tilonce Ihintep'sSunday. Ullie CAtclirW' h tfjrjow with rAVOH.lll.i:i,0.1IIMIIISO.N. Now that the rush for lands in the CheinkcoMrip It oyer (with, those who have been fortunate enough to secure a ' quarter section will have plenty oi time to reflect on the mistako they have made. There is no timber, no minerals, no nat ural resources whatever out of hich the homesteaders can hope to make t hare support, to say nothing oi the in ture competency. The only industry that will bring him any returns is agri culture, and in this regard tho 'strip possesses not one singlo advantage that Jtev.jBacjianan, of Hardin county, bo- cag not be found in t:jcrpuim lor lejs 'rrnn 7ty7ifntnt .ftTinfttliic of llin money and labor. t'fr&tfJ'SEiM5& xagrcluherS,' bug nwing to sickness and can even furnish a "wtjppgrt- - ihcyianda other utiPnv&rablo circumstances, ho must ue lmpruTcu. jliiu cujiui mu (uui-- , ber and timber necc3sary to bulM fences Rev. B. A. CundilThus returned home fro in Cave City. Reports good meetings run the cost of H.o homrstcads above thafqa much more desirable one in there and at Dover, Ky. Hu is now in tho south.' iCot ono single thing ea'n ho Daviess county attending grown there that can not be produced district holiness convention. with equal cost on Hi? cheapest lands in Mr. Mat Jarbop, of Glendeanp, was the south. It lm bjun s'.i ui conclu here Sunday at his mother's. It IK. sively, and every ono w'.io lias investi that he has sold out at Glen- gated the mnitjr coiilvJjj, that as far deano ancLwilLrgOwlnto business hero prrCt 5" tin mauufacluro oflnrrfbBr" i ngain. tlljfffriendswill give him n .concerned t!c h'outh oflbrs better inducements than any other section, not Mr. Jim Jarboe and family left' Ihifl excepting the Pacific slope. week for Texas, in which state they' jvll .Xowitis ia order to tnako a compar-$ty- n roako their honle. They wero accomof the merits of Southern and Wes panied by threo of our young menj tLa tern cheap lands lor agricultural pur Fayetto.Poole, John Quiggins and JJoo t poses ', Wheatly. ' J Let us take the best sugar lands of This circuit bought a cow for thoj parunder Government Nebraska that, . . . (Supervision, were heralded larandv wide sonage the past summer, which they hat) .,as tho most profltablef&r (inyeatmeiitsoC ,thej misfortune to lose Jast week Iwlth Chester Rhodes nj 'few any in the cduntry. Tlio report of tho dry murrain. United States Experimental Station, da-- later lost-- fine ox with the eame Nebraska, shows that, disease it is thought. It is to be. lio'pcd . (lfar Schuyler, ' with all tho. wealth and hired skill of the that tho diseaso will not prevail to) ny United States Government to back up great extent, ns it is said to be incurable. Mile sugar-wakin-g experiments, that tho TJie, farm of, Mr. Jones Mercer de; "; average cost o .'cultivation of an acre of ceased, which was lately advertised in sugar uects, including trrnsportation, tho News for sale, was bpught by his fqbts up $32.2 ), and tho averago value of Mr. John Moore. Mr. Modrb is products per a:ro was $03.20, leaving very closely hound in the trade, and it is just 11 net prollt per acre. This, re generally thought that in buyingUhc mom.beK was under all tho aid tho Gov farm, ho also gqt "an elephant" a$the eminent cculd render in the way of adage goes. skill ana money. ' I Velievo wo liavo a government 1 ,In ontiast to this take what was done colored people, born"and reared in believe- this place is protected by "local jiy slavery, c n the sugar lands of Louisiana. option'' law, be that as it may, a barrel 0no is a female, Mary Walker by name, of whiskey was sold on the street' hoie b St.JMnry parish. From'soven acres of thisweok, and it is repotted that tho same man will bring another barrel' here a land slid sold to the factory 200 tons of .pane 'or 5850 and made a net profit of soon for tho same purpose. Is it possible that our men will sit around' with J32C Robert Haines, a colored man of the. same parish raised 210 tons of cane their fingers in their mouths and allow cm twelve news tnd netted $.'500. Of such an outrage? Remember mei and course, tho lordly planters, with capital women, it may bo that your boy 'will to back thcin, can boat jlijcfle figures a start for a drunkard's fravo from that ' long j jvaypluit tliojio givcj tojhow dehjlplaeb. Our community wns shocked last week Jhat a poor man can do In tho South, (Tho Tradcsn an. by receiving a dispatch from Mr. 'S, G. Barnes, of Henderson, tolling of' tho tSio our Insumnco Ad C. II. & O. T. (Joathpf his wife, Mrs. E. A. Barnes. , Skilhuan. M F.'f- - Mrs1. Barnes; whoso maiden namo was' McDaniel, was a nativo of this placcf and I Owe It j o To suffering humanity to tell tho great her remains wero brought here and inJJenefit ray wife has received from Parks' terred at Pleasant Hill cemetary. She is said to have been n most estimable Sure Cure,tho truly great LiverVmd .Slie bos. Ve.cn cqnstttutipnnliy christian lady, wop n member of tho Vwcked for fioveral years Tried ever-thin- g Methodist .church; ! W.Ov tender to. the fruitlessly. After much pereua- - bereaved family and friends our sympa- backed -- by - his- - ihjvMr. WilLHcDaniol and Mrs. Luere- guaranteo I bought a bottlo of Tarks' tia Lewis, of Torre Haute, 'Ind., and Mrs. ' Surd Cure 'and tho results are mcro than Sophia Brummer, of Henderson, attend wonderful. "W. P. llaycs,24 Jones St., ed tho burial services, which wero con. (Jucted by, Brp. Buchanan. Mr. Ed . ItjlsJiernirgistQ. Omaha, Nb his uncle Mr.'Ilarnes. lonfewife, thVlilieV HoEJfeSjftwJ RNEDT& DEATH. published at 81 Warrc strept, Now : , 4 York City, has been greatly improved' Ml by its now owners and is the best 5 cent Miss Emma "Fallen, of Hancock ''lrionihly" to our exchange CoiiMtf GeMo NerQrafp, table". It contains trustworthy advico on anfLBer.01oth.ing.l8JBnUfidi-tMisijanimajFallen.TdauKhl' of home, onK(?uUn? of Rov. .'ouske,eplnff, educqtlpn,und things which mak'p jlfo pleasant. Readers will T. G. Fallen, rcsfding below Ilawesvlllo, find no bettor work, no bettor writers in wassosoverly burned ou bundwy, the their special 'departments, any' whoro 17th iiiBt,, that she died tho following than thoscTappearing la tho Jlousowifo Tuesday. monthlyi .Subscription price lor this She wiui bUnding beforo tho grate magazine 50 cents a year. Agonts whoif tho dmft of "thelcbimnoy drew her and subscrjbers receive acceptable prem- - clothing into tho fire, and it became ig ium's Clirfsiinaa fa coming and many nited. Sho was nlmoet,, immediately olour lady fC(Juantani;e8 wTTTiavcf a wrapped in liaines.altn'berordTlilsfahco goodchanpe of 'procuring some valuablo could reach her and render elicient liolp presents with verylittlo rorc. tho blaze had been draw'ri lldwn her Wo are swrw-'tH- efatally burned. publBheriyTi. .throat,jind fihu-wHousewife tWrWcfffrTrwlHd ilkaid-tmiss oi age, ana send samplo ropils to any ono asklpg ono pf the most beautiful and charming young ladies in Hancock unty. llni-ific- mtfloldTOTfr. nrrjTlhtpriS-fie- ro from Harned. J,Utle Vernon, son qi .Mrs. A in liritee Tf . i ' i f. is very ill with fyp iioui lever and IS not live. expectedtp 'C6uK 'was well nUeu'ded1 he-- , this week. A full attendance of Blackstones frbm Hnrdlnsburg. I Mrs. Ann Bruce mndo a visit to Millwood recently. Miss Bradley, of that placeT returned homo with her. Mrf. Neil Cannon entertained Misses Mlttie Fraize, I.issie McDanicl, Dora Me- i;auici nuu meir cousin, .uiss uaiu juuu,: of Paducab, whoisbereisitingrelatives o of the local In this circulation each buBlnrs-nluci)yfrmn $75,000 to $100,000 in actual currency. Bticii has been thestatusofthe market for tho past ten days. This money comes from nil parts of tho country tn Lottinvi)lp, as a recognlml tobacco center, to liquidate tho tobacco crops of Kentucky and Ib sister states. As an active, largo money circulation is what Is wanted just nt present, It is logical to conclude that the farmer, tho retail storekeeper, tho wholesalo merchant, as well m all other lines of business or trado indirectly, will profit thereby and lend material" assistance in reestablishing confidence. J pAibtllcr fftet inre6unection With tobac-tworthy of note ns interesting and in- structive infonnationP is thai tho entire jyield of tho annuaVprodncfof thb statd pf Kentucky represents, in round numbers $23,000,000. This bos beon the aver-jig- o estimate now for several years past. Jiouisvlllo Times.- pnrtlm'aly that the present moVeiiu nt tohairo marki t rails into mmm I A CRASH IN FINE OL O T RING Makes Prices so Low You can Afford to Buy for Poor Neighbor. Kreiuag? irrrTiEtai A $400,000 STOCK TO SELECT FROM, HALF OF IT BOUGHT FOR LESS THAN 50C ON THE DOLLAR QA QQ For Brown Ribbed Casshiiero fJVx.uO Overcoats, cut long, in single breasted stylo, well mado 'in o cry particular, nnd lined with Twilled ' Serge, cut from $k fly-fro- nt S4.78 $9.48 j Black Cheviot Suits, made and trimmed ns well as rtny suit offered by other houses, nnd neatly and durably lined ; cut from $10. For A,1-W- 0l ten-doll- ar Children's IjO"W USEFUL -- 4'OH Clothing AT ASTOUJS'DINCILY b. Qt AQ - For Double nnd Oxford and Brown-mixe- d Meltons, cut extra lencth nnd with! full back, lined with neat check wool lining, very handsome trimming and velvet collar, rut from $1). ej or H0,llCEPu,1 Suits, bought at tho Fecheimcr, Fishel it Co. auction nt less than GOc on tho dollar : extra long cut, Italian Cloth lining, sewed with silk ; cut from $13. double-breasted, PBIOBS. GIFTS IO II Men nnd Hoys. Little Children. $13 48 :i I , , EKRONSNttfc .... s n pon-in-la- Mr. P. 11. Webb went to Garfield last week. .1' Miss Katie Burkheart, of Bevleyillc, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Dowell. Messrs. Z. T. Cox, Mc. Uichardson and Will Brown went to Louisville last week. Messrs. Woods and Crawford, traveling salesmen of Lou'sville, were in town last week. Mr. Ben Guedry returned from Brandenburg Sunday accompanied by Mr. Harvey Gary, Mr. Sam Kendall, of Aetnaville, Ind., was called homo last week to attend the sick bed of his mother. Mrs. Joe Carlton, of Ilawesville, who visited Mrs. Mattie Roberts last week, returned homo last Monday. k Mrs. Will Roberts and children, of Louisville, wero guests of Mrs. Mattlo Roberts several days last week. The remains of Mr. John I), ltoherts were brought hero from Texas nnd interred nt Buck Grove last Sunday. Mr. Tom Brown, of Payncsville, was in town lost week looking after the interests of the firm Brown k Urou n, of which he is a member. Mr. J. J. Mas?y 1 ft hist w. ek for Oweusboro to spunil tho winter. Attractions we believe in the way of a charming widow. Jno. D. Babbage, of the Nuws, was in town lastjFridoy, hencp.hisjiroof reader will have a'few more of my chicken tracks to decipher. We read your "copy" nswe run. Proof reader Aunt Betsy Kendall departed this life on Monday tho 11. Sho had been a patient sufferer for six years with paralysis. Sho was 70 years did and beloved by all whp knew' her. Interment was at the family burying ground. Mrs Mattie Roberts will leave In a few days to visit relatives at Dolly's station. I cannot help but envy her her trip just n little, as I onco had tho pleasure for several days of enjoying the hospitality of the family where she will Visit. 1 electiori'iro'nv nn ofTivoli lino elaborate Beavers, In Brown, Blue, Olive nnd Black colors, splendidly made in double d style, in new cut, and lining, with fill back, wool nnd hot iJJ.IO QQ djQ Ptryon'r irr 0b'itaorC 'Suits, cut in all the fashionable styles, royally' finished and trimmed, equal in every delail td mercliaiit tallorrf' wWkjc'ut from $22, $20, $18. A Suit of Clothes Neckor Oven-oat- , wear, Superb lines Suits, Box-plaite- d Lovely of single-breaste- An $14 48' and inmonal'ne singlo-breoste- d cut from $12.50. of Clay Worsted Suits, in Double 'Sacks nnd Frocks, fashionably nnd oxquisitcly finished no better "Suits Fold anywhere on earth foricss than $20 to $25. A mo9t elegant lino of Overcoats for fine dresers-$11- .8, $14,43 nnd up, and lordly Ulsters nt $7.74, $!).48, $11.48. Fine Kid Gloves, Fur-to- p d or d Gloves, Suspenders, Silk and Cashmere Mulders, Canes nnd Umbrellas, llata and Shoes, Slippers. Fnr-lineSilk-face- Handkerchiefs, Shirts, Silk Charming Kilt Suits, Dtgre-moi- it Short - 1'nut Suits, Norfolk or Suits, Santa Claus Woolen Waists, Three-piec- e Suit", Snug-fittin- g Unihrwear. Shoes nbd Hats, nnd Nice Neckwear. Jersey Wo havo working Suits at lower prices and Dress Suits at higher prices enough to clothe tho whole population. Put us to the proof 1 Mail Orders Filled Promptly. A Guess on the Burro with Every Purchase. Mull Orders Filled Promptly. & KLEIN HANS SIM0NS0N, MARKET ST. RET. 4th nnd 6th. MAM10TE .Jt W New Fall Catalogue Now Ready. SHOE AND CLOTHING COMPANY. I.Ol'ISVILI.E, KY. 3S3SBi THE POPULAlt FAVORITE RATES: oe& j. pen DAY. u KIS-ME- " - GUM. - Nearly Half a Million Cakes - Consumed Every Week, D.P.RITCH MANAQ CRBT WO DIRT. That, is Why Everybody Chews ESO "KIS-ME- ." ASSORTED STSg, Jour 3 yilLE , KY. - iTfllrffl ' FLAVORS IN EACH CARTOON. A MARVELOUS "ower. Ilendaclie, Water alnoss. l.oit ManliooU.HlKliUjr Kiulttlons. Nerrous canned Dess.alldralnsitndlosaof powerlnOenerstitoOrtisiis or eltber oxor h.AfArflrflriiAn.vnuUrnlpFmrt. aieaailreuiiaof tnb&cro.oDlnm attm. . or InsanltT. Can be carried In i nlanta, which lead to Inflrmlty.Consnmptlon Willi rest pocket. 81 perboi,efor3, by mall prepaid. ... a S3 order wo V 5ITflWril,.ii.n.Hi.i..H.v"riciHHii ...a .'.cjr. o.mu sealrd Medlral Hunk sent "InDlaluwraDiwr. AddressMBlCVJ38UCO..Maonlol'emple.CulCJLau. iorsaieincioTerport.K,y.,Dr A. it. fiaucmanuDy v. u. jiauii. unygnis. w m MANHOOD RESTORED! F.Irf.Ff.K loeurom.lnerTouadltcne,ucU nt WeakMctuorr,lxssof Urala , "How About the "Weather." publishTho Weekly Courier-Journn- l, ed at Louisville, Ky., delights in keeping its subscribers guessing. In addition to being the greatest Democratic newspaper published, it has been n pioneer in enterprises that require thought and figuring The on tho part of its subscribers. Weekly's estimating contest on tho election in 1892, by which $14,400 in gold coin were distributed among forty-fiv- e gucssers, is a sample of this. Tho latest guessing offer of this pope js on the wenther that ono subject on which we The all consider ourselves prophets. proposes to givb Weekly Courior-JoumS1.000 In cash to its subscribers who can nnmo tho coldest day in the month of February, 1801, nt Louisville, Ky., and guess closest to tho lowest temperature on this day. The contcbt closes January Kvcry now subscriber who .11, 1891. sends $1 can mako one guess; and every old subscriber who renews, sending $1, can guess, fiend for a sample copy of tho paper for full particulars Write at once, as the time Is'Bhoit. al DISCOVERY! Poiltlrcly remotes BOUE EPA7IN, IUngbone, Splint, or Curb, IN 48 HOURS, FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! fY A fBM Hmz0 TABLETS BUCKEYE t) UQoni S500, Reward For Fallnro or Sllghtttt Injury. T!l Is the Greatest Wonder of the 13th Century, .astonish? world! Circulars' "d Sworn Proofs Mail ed Free. y. ouui) uiuDiiizuuai Eight pages each Tuesday and Friday, Sixteen pages every Week. Semi-Weekly T1 THK ""T T - r T V ( . , K!d-nexCu- $h& , Uiat-coni- cs eri -- llut am rejoiced at this writing to pronounce Our little town about freo from thq scourge of typhoid fever, that has prevailed in this section for the past two months. Mrs. Bramlett and litt'o Bertie Bruner are improving rapidly nnd Mrs. Brown is regaining her health slowly. Kkrpn has a living curiosity in tho way ol a den of "old bachelors" vhoy aro situated on Broadway Jn tlie cottage recently occupied by Mr. Stanfield. The culinary department is presided over by uncle John Tuttle nnd William Kendall, household, d"ties by W)1 Tobin and John Kendall is master of nil trades and good at none. Quito n long time has elapsed sineo the readers of tho Nkws have had some 6f my silly "tittle tattle" to peruse but like a bad cold, I will return. Hero I am ready to spend another Christmas in old Meade nnd I find after a vacation my shdllPw brain is inclined to bo stupid and loath to onter in to active service. Oh! my how glad I bid that I am not to "taffy," If I were my silly head would be turned by tho numerous compliments paid me by II. W. J. and Philos. I daro say that Philas don't feel bad when you slander his No 13. As you are both old cronies, I know you won't cross ont each other. Old dear mc, I wish you wero a boy again, or that somo Of the later day boys wero of tho opinion you aro. To day has been an ideal winter day and old mother carh has donned her white robe, much to tho delight ofJhe yoirigergpnerntlon for it would not be Christmas and Santa Claus without snow. By the way, as tho timo draws near I wonder which p( the correspondents for the Meade Messenger will be the lucky ono in carrying off tho prizo for tho best twenly-fivletters. Wo havo watched thorn all very closely throughout the year, and give Piiilua ascendancy, although Unlucky Sal, II. W. J., Mark Twain and Nancy Hanks follow closo in his wako. But, I'll stand by yqu, Philas, and help your No. 12 along by stuffing my voto in 'em. lo o Great '' Paper! OnlyOne Dollar Year! emira Veterinary Itijr, as It dors, the Any reader of this paper cad get It free by securing a club of three eubscribers and forwarding their names, ON til IS BLANK, with THUKE DOLLARS, TO GliOBE PRINTING CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. Poit-OfBc- Dr. tiaytheelnl, e lletnlt by Dank Draft, or Express Money Order, cr Registered Letter. copies will be lent free on nppllcttlon. Sample Nd. S78 Cansl Bt.,, Kcw York. ti To GLOBE' PRINTING CO., St. Louis, Mo.: Herewith find $3.00, and the names of three subscribers on blank lipped from tho and' Friday HiuckiKpipuc Ntwg, publlilied at Cloverport, Ky. l'leaso send the Tucspav obdbh 4.,.' ibl.a.in-jk:- . PIE Glibc DijiocvaT for one yior to me andtoeaehof the tulserlbers nainoJ, Name uf tender , , Poit-oMi- OINTMENT CURES II0THIHG BUT PILES. A SURE . e , I Stute l'ost-.nllic- c, FERRETS. female, at the KxpreM office In Clcnerport lor $5 oo each, cah. Now ll tlie time tu prepare for jour winter's sport. Address W. S. ASIlllV, Cloverport, Ky. I will dclier trained Ferret, either male or and' PERTAIN CURE 15 years asthe BEST REMEDY' FOR PILES. Frffand ty BICI11BDSOX HPiriXI 10,, ST, LOZli. known for t 2 ... ',. , Names of Subscribers. ' . ' ll 'jilT . ) . . ;u 1.1.. n 1,1. .. W ,., (.,'. . .It.... .1..) I 1' ' ' 5 , . e , . ; . i- K . .fe ..,.! ? ..,', '" ' " ' ' , , State, ' !' VifM "' .' . . . . ' 1 ' IH t tie 3 - - ' .'. ,,..,,,.,,. K ,iy iVSMy THE NEW YORK The LOST D0Q. Last 'cl, n pointer with while and lemon spots at Wehster, Ky any one knowing his wncreaunuii win rccuvc nvo uu"rif5J hv returning to uwnir ) M. 1IISH.N1UN, M first cf American A. DANNA, XewspaperSt CHARLES Editor. ' Tb ftmi tnitti I tha AmeriIniiiKton, Ky. can Idea, the Anprlian Spirit. These frst, last, and all the time, forever I Tho American Constitution, ic.m WEEKLY HERALD . ' WILL BE WITHOUT QUESTION AMERICA'S WAYNE'S rTBtN; flf ; OINTMENT! s'.i ilrlthost ss IsUrssl m&i Tlie Sunday Sun prt-ntcs-"" LEADING FAMILY PAPER. ' Mly aniMliisa on th ttM r miif, VDIl UO IM HID Amain. 9i moI tyufcU forMiU. Son, m4ipht. ra, Aik HwtTH k WBi'l llr, iHafs niut;, T idJrM jtr riii (rlfc Pa, GREGORY WHARFMASTERS, CLOVCRP0RT, CO. . " The reputation that the Wkkklt Herald has enjoyed for many yean of being the best home newspaper Inthe land Will be tnateiially added lo during the year of 18U1. No pains or Sunday 'Kowspripl'l' In ' expense. wll be' spared to make It In erery department the most reliable, Interesting and In Is tlio t straetlra of. all weekly newspaper publications. tho ,)Vorld.' It.wlll'be tmpro.Te4n Deny ways. I,' $2 a year .A nfiniber of pew features and departments will be added, Price 5o.-- copy. 'By-mThe latett development In all -$6 a year. fields qf cintrinpQraDeoui human Interest will beably deicussed from week to wok by Dally, by mall, a a . '- r -- j-. Daly,and The'-Wekry.- Sundaybytmal,fJ$8 a year I ,?. .J xy l a year AdUrfk TUC MK, ffew XvsK - -. . KENTUCKY. Alio Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Yellow Pino Flooring and Celling, 'Shingles, Laths, Cement, Lime, f!AaaHaaV'!rVS7lA(3flLra as fauen-wftsi'Trcar- fj sxfoiexc W - oootStfcTDeligttfal ilU'SSOlO Wo had a delightful Chl!dreri:Cry;foftcherl3Cafr;i? SJhdajT After preaching tilp to .Clovur-rth- jit o YJLjaJLlWSlLiCLk' WtiM tb ttm ft Child? nho orled tor OttorU, 1Ta &a Ueam Mte, die elusg.to cWoi-li- , t WhM bd Cttlldrw, (be btb thtm Caatoii. twenty-thre- e the saints wo rccjlved snbjwbjWJjo puM rPftr-s- f A.Vlier.a.ver" we go tlwr 5ii8 tq; baa .real domand for our diaper- - Manyrlulw nre being, sent in and hf a' very ' thing to Ret up a club for the paper, Kentucky Baptist, 1 ,' Hair, Brick, ' Crawford couuty Indiana is in a big Doors, Sash and Blinds, fight over the remov'el of tho court house. The Commissioners havo issued an order and all klnu's el" Building Material. that tho county sent bo removed from b'ole Agents for LcaVonworth to English. It scorns that a petition signed by 1,800 citizens of the Homestead Fertllizore and Trpy couuty would givo thom this authority Bone Meal. This they claim. to have received but the Trwr1 front'peppie ehtfih thuVif the frnud-'itfei- il Orders accompanied with Jhe rash promptly filled amf'fiAftlbusiiIt tires td'tlie na ,pcr wefft etrjckontfltTjj.liiervwpuldtiiot Ror. C. iRloliart, Kow York, l;&mremah. The ht:k on, butiEn?-lis- h ""iimi Acorn oh iho ioo'Ihh is likely to be tho county Wat of thorH Jh tho floshj which C. f3. c;?.r,B,H Cor Jnro must mcV CrHwfprd in the future. cirull' rcmovus," County Seat Removed. rMuittiilllf SejjIMaMfeffiMMaaPa Will b"J!f en In complete form. either at home ofbrnad, will bo duty deicrlbod in the co'umni of the Weekly HntALD. In politics the Hkralo is absolulelyi Independent and sound. It tells the rights and wrongs of all aides Without fear. Kirwers and stock raisers 4rannvt affor to be without the Weekly IIebald durlnc the earning year. It will contain a regular department each wiek devoteted exclusively to lulj rts of timely Intervit io them sad (rlvln'gBisny valuable suggestions and new ideas, .! ,Tl)i i7t)Uin and ohlldreflt she jind Will find in the Wkim,r IIrbald a welootne visitor. ,ioerouFenoiu ana eniiurens paites win ue, coin miiructive and entertaining, iney will abJu'jd lil btnti and receipts Which women 10 much valae. ' IA; brilliant array of novels and short stories by the best writers in America, and England Wen, secured, so that fiction will be one of tbe most attractive features In tho Weekly Ilerafd during 1834. Iu fact, the Wei ki,y Herald will hi a uagaalnr of the highest order, oomblned with a THE NEWS QFEvery Important or Interesting THE WORLD a conclie hut event, 'V bs V. qupleje newspaper. 1 )' -- jj)i O'W IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. r. ,t in 1 dt'i.i 'w l ADDREBSr r 2QN.E DOLLAR FOR BAMPLB OOPY. S fr A YEAR- - - VrSJOlfTr) V ' ,. THE WEEKLY HERALD, BULZER'S. i' HERALD SQUARE, NEW YORK. a