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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890022601_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 1890 $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. "1 -- u THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPOET, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY AMOS A VOL. XIV. 26, 1890. NO. 31. TjGucxmnmuaaarjrnrFMiMeizaMMMTnxA MOUNTAIN OF GOLD. Ml no ODDS AND ENDS. A I. II 111- - NllllMMIUl. IllMory nml L'SlGvii GHICKEN ; Cholera Cure I WRITES FROM HIS WELL CONCEALED AND PICTURESQUE HABITATION MOUNTAIN ON In Voiuli-rfn- l Wealth of n Central Juccuslninl. THE SIDE. Io Is HrotvliiGT Old nml Italil Heart- ed, but Still Has an V.ye lor llio Itoutitlftil ?InldoiiM or tno Valley. Deak Jons : UncouroBfd by that dear little sheet, tho Nkws which calls bo vivid- ly to mind the associations of oar earlier and happier days, I am mduced to write you again, though it may break in an unpleasant way upon tbo reveries of your declining years, for ycu may not be the John of lone aco ; it may be that time has wrought changes with you that I fail to observe in self. When I face the mirror now and glauce away back athwart the vast prairie that decks my silvered cocoa-nu- t, I feel surprised that my nature, tastes, etc have cot changed too. If thero is a change in my attachments, it is not so apparent as the foot prints left by the stealthy creep of lime uron my wrinkled v"s-ag- n. . S J chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. 50-cen- ts two-third- Th ou sands of dollars worth or s For sale by G. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky. stop xovn cooGit wrrn iUros "jongns, fjuiuia iiuur&uui-sCronp, Whooping Congii, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, mid ttIH relievo consnmptivo patients In nu Tnnccd stages ; will euro when and roliovo In (ho worst cases. o Seo tlint C. C. C. Is blown in OTory and tnfeo no other. 25c. J. C. MENDENHALL & CO., enra-nhlo, not-tl- Prico INDIANA. X.VAXSVIXXE, SOLD BY DUUaaiBTS QENEKALLY. Remove Corns, "Warts & Dunlons with sole rnorniETons, tx 3E5G,TTE,Xa23. 2S 'Gtmt. WAIIIUNTED SOLD AND 11YJ (3--"Tv7vr- CERTAIN CORN CURE. SSZODBT1 Mlntl wandering cured. Book) learned in one retain-- . Testimonial! from all of the globe. EMORY flfc W k prt rnr.K, wnt on A. LoUetto, 37 fifth Are, Kerr York, lneetusrosT application to Prof, Worth V 1 jtvAtrnin trio world, rer.ffci time keeper Warranted solid hold iiuntinr ifiotb lidlti' and gent tliei, f with vtorlu aud caiaa of jJTt fVnual Ttlua One rtbsoMln BfenWIFc i M'&.li'w If&S&SS&rJ&AliiSA reach localltr can secure on "free, toretbe-- with our large 1 valuable iuiooi Jioiiacnmu :Pl-jj II Rir1 1 TntM MmMct. at well MlAH1IB"Ea rla ita vffV am lVte. All tha work to. t to ahaw what m acuil you to Ihoaa who tall jmi do friendi and uriftlibora and Ihoie afiout you Ihalalwayi rt lulu In valuable trade for ua.wt.Uk hoMa for jeara when once alerted, and you earn r wsmMm. Brri r' iiill. pncr .Utll NoIIil IIIhBUB 'UoltlWitchl ttasTn !.. UU.tMI. util but, VSSotSx? na am 2- LOUISVILLE S HENDERSON Packet Line. Now, to please, I suppose I must get o(T as your other corrcsprndents do, by saying that the young bucks of this bailiwick ao very much elated at the presence in this neighborhood of the beautiful and accomplished Miss Josephine Snodgracs, who is visiting her uncle, Josh Pillsberry ; but bow cau I a (Ford it, for if si'ch people exist the reading world, like myself, is wholly ignorant of the fact. But, obi thero is a truth I can tell you, however little the world may know of it. in a picturesque spot on the mountain side, just west of our cabin, lives a genial and pleasant couplo whoso hearts are aglow with humanity, and who are known as Junius and Mary Ater. At t cir home on an indefinite stay is the queen like little heau'y, Miss Ida Knott, a direct relative of the immortal J. Procter Knott. You may talk about your stately swains, but if bucks and yuur love-sic- k Mori hasn't got it, then I'm no judge. Well, I hope from her lofty perch sin will look down with complacency on him ns be waddles his fm little self about our shanty. Now, John, I can't tell theso things in the concise, business like way your o'her Iriends do, and I don't know but I would be better pleased with them if they were more elaborate. When I speak of those angelic creatures called women, it seems impossible for ins to stop nt the one declaration, Miss. I am still batching; no ft mole has as yet discovtrod my well concealed habit. -t on. I am beginning to regard this as a safe retreat, where I am likely to escape the ordeal Dr. Parks has just passed thro'. He was led into a matrimonial mesh by the wily charms of a little beauty bard by. I plead with him some years ago in the far tfl' Southwest to linger in that sunny clime, but he heeded me not ; to be is not my debtor for thohappinexs he erj yd today. I hope be and his fair one will live a long and happy li'e, and that many little responsibilities may spring up to blesi their declining years. Your nameless correspondent at Webster voiced the unanimous sentiment of this section when he named a man as delegate to tho proposed Constitutional Convention. We want a pure man, a man of profound ability, a statesman ; all of which we find in Judge J. Allen Murray, Don't let him see this ; he is a mode t man, and these plainly expressed feelings of the people would bring a blush to his Yours Ac , cheek. pal-acini Amos. esm Passenger, Mail and 5espr Express Boats. v ,r' .t The hop given nt Union Star Friday evening, Feb. 14th, by Messrs. Haynes, Richardson and Shellmnn, was quite an " ' enjoyable affair. Regardless of the weathCutting Hack rianta. Many pooplo have an Idea that plants must er, a number of young people assembled and enjoyed themselves hugely. Among not bo cut back, no matter how straight and branchless they may grow. I read lu a popFt. Co. Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Rt those present were Mr! and Mrs. C. S. ular periodical a protest from ono of theso Crosson, Mr: and Mrs. H. W. Vaughan, pooplo against cutting back fuchsias, saying that "it was altogether wrong and injured Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Cunningham, Misses 3STO-JL- 1. the Sallie Richardson, Minnie Iloyle, Pit,k yearsplants." 1 know better. For several wo have cut back all fuchsias that did Ricketts, Bettie Shellmnn, Either Haynes, not of themselves grow bushy. Abutilons Cora Richardson, Mafrgio Cart, Lillian aro generally disposed to grow tall and Tutting iirrcct Crosson, Belle Haynes, Dora Gardiner, branchless, and so wbon they are about ten A, H Sunday, Dec. 15, 1839, . Ai 6:00 o'clck behead them Maggie Beauchamp, Nettle Cashman, inches in height wotwo branches about throo Directly Inches. start out, Traiui Duund Traini Beck Ricketts, Alice Cart, Susie Sbellman, WutVounJ ait and when several Inches grown we cut them MAIL AND MAIL AMP Blanche Severs, Lena Richardson, Mattie back. Two, sometimes three, branches start STATIONS, KXPBES9. UrRISg. Milner and Stella Michison; Miss Lorta forthwith. 1.20rx 7.45am Lr...UnIonDenot,LouIsv'o..Ar. Then wo allow tho plant to grow and bud Goldstein, of Henderson ; Miss Nora Hall, until quite largo, whon we frequently do a .. 1.0&.. Kentucky Street 8.00 Aim, Homo HardinBburg; Mrs. Isaacs and Miss Oelze, littlo pruning. It is thou that, by cutting Pleaiare llldgo Park Stepbensport : Messrs. R. 0. Richardson, back plants, we delay tho blooming period, p Valley , come we hare flowers on but ' ' Meadovr Lawn ,,.,., James Milner, Robert French, O. C. half wben It doesmore branches, Instead of one a dozen or - ' , '.t-Hirer Vtow Shellman, J. M. Haynes, Alph. Cashman, main stalk. Most plants grown In the win12.25 .. Weit Point 8.45V Hock Haven ,...,.,12.04 .. A. M. Hardin, Arthur Haynes, R, A, dow during the winter are apt to be tall and 0.10 w fragile and need to be severely cut back in Long llraneh,., 11.65am 9.21 J. Sbellman, J, C. French, Courtland Crosthe spring. Marsh is tho best tlmo, but, If 11,14 .. Urandenburg 9.30 son, G. A. Sbellman, G. R Cox, and R. A. neglected, should be attended to as soon as EkronT. 11.35 .. 9.47 ..,..,. Robertson; G. A. Hondry and Rassean possible. Cuttings can to rooted in a large Quiton 11,24 .. 9.58 ' 10,08 .. ..'. Irvlngton 11.14 .. ,t Bruner, Preston; Forrio Rhodes, Paynes-vill- e; mouthed bottle filled with water and placed . Wetntei" 11.04 .. 10.17 .. Archie English and U. J. Kurtz, in the window. Practical farmer. Lodllurg 10.63 .. 10.27 .7 ;.;. Plorco 10.42 Webster; Graham Jolly, Sample; Dr Tlio Slimmer Novel. 10.42 :' 10,48 ,. Sample.....'. 10.35 . , AlasI my summer novel I mourn it with Goldstein at)d Hewitt Hawkins, Stephens-po- rt 10.24 .. . 10 58 ., ............Stcplicnsport ...,, a sigh. Tho day I rashly bought it a friend 10.15 .. Holt 11.07 was standing by. Forthwith tho book he .......'. 9.59 .. Oluvcrport 11.23 n borrowed, to bo returned that night; and Sklllman 9.41:, , 11.41 Dr. Mendenhall experimented for fifteen since that fatal moment it no'er has blessed 9,28"',? Haweivllle 11.53aU years before he was convinced that he bad my sight He lent It to his cousin, and she 9,11 .. , 12.08pm Falcon 9.01 ' perfected in ' C. C. 0. Certain Cough enjoyed It, so alio lent it to a neighbor, who ....Lcwliport. 12.19 .. on the go, 8,42 ,. ' ' is;38 .. , Power,,., .. Cure'' the best remedy on earth for kept It to his girl, and lent It to her uncle, who ,.. 8.27 .,' - 12.50 lent it who lent it to her teacher, ....Pate, Coughs and Colds. 8old by G. W. Short. Qwensloro 1,00 .. Arr Lve 8 16im who with another whirl Bent it unto a ritanloy 7.47 1.24 ,. ...... nephew, who lent it to a friend, who sent it 7.3? 1.34 Wortkillston oh I where will it end I to a room mate, For all kinds of job printing in the lat- Throughout. tkh and 7.15 , ...... SpotUvlllo 1,52 maddening business one batkett,...., 7.07 .. ., ., 2.01 est style, call at the Ureokenrihor News bepe alone I see may bap lu all this lending lire C.$0ju eftlce. . 2.15rvArT,.....iUeBdreon. It may be lent it to me. Bloomlugton Eye. up and down dally. Splendid accommodations fur stock. and 178 Fourth itreet, General office Louisvlllo, Ky. W, Y. MTE, Prost. D. L. Pixjtr. Supt. For all way laudlngi.botwoon Louisville and Ilenderson, tha elegant and fleet steamers JAMES aUTHIUE. TELL CITY, CITY, or 0WBN8B0R0. One of the abore One sldonheel iteamers pan A rplendid remedy for the disorders of the stomach is Laxador, the "golden" household remedy. Price '20 cents Sold by all druggists. "It is safe." All those who have the future happiness of children at stake, should know that Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup contains nothing injurious. A IMcasnnt Affair. Such Is tho tltlo which has been Justly given to tho great Mount Morgan gold intno, ultuatcd In Central Queensland, which Is paying at tho rato of over a million a year in dividends. Tbo history of tbo mine, which has only boon fully developed during tho last year, is a curious one Tho original selector of tbo freehold portion of this wonderfully rich property, consisting of 040 acres, was ouo Donald Gordon, who paid flvo shillings an aero for it, nml utilized It as grazing land for his cattle. A correspondent of Tho OyJnoy Morning Herald, who visited tho mlno some time ago, told tho readers of that journal bow, return-In- s from tho mountain, he stopped at a way-sldInn, where "a tall, weather beaten, grizzled looking man" took his horse to a well to drink. "This was tho original holder of the freehold, who parted with It to tho Morgans. He said hn had always hclloved tho mountains to bo of ironstotio, and never knew of the that was so long within his grasp. In olden days ho used to sell tho pumlccstone looking quartz tn Rockhampton, to clean the hearths aud doorsteps of tho houses." Gordon sold tho freehold to tho Messrs. Morgan for 040, or 1 an acre. They discovered gold In 1832, and In that j ear formed a partnership, In which they hold half the mine, whllo Messrs. T. 8. Hall, W. Hall, W. II. D'Arcy aud W. Pnttlson, who aro now four of tho principal proprietors, held tho second half. The Messrs. Morgan subsequently disposed of their shnro to theso gentlemen for 03,000; and In 1880 tho present company was formed with a capital of in 1,000,000 shnresof each, of which vs. ud. per sharo is paid up. Leuvlng Rockhampton soon after 0 o'clock In tho morning, tho traveler is deposited nt a roadsido station at about 7, and a rough breakfast Is to bo obtained at a country inn from which tho couch starts for Mount Morgan. Wo wero about to enter tho principal room in which breakfast was laid out, when ono of tho nssaycrs, who was employed at tho mlno, informed us In ntt awe struck rolca that "the directors" wcro there; and as the directors of tho Mount Morgan mine were evidently too great to bo contaminated by tho presence of ordinary mortals, wo betook ourselves to a humbler apartment, whero we enjoyod a poorer but cheaper fare. Wo then started in a light coach, holding eight people besides tho driver, In tthieh wo wero Jolted along tho roughest of road, through "paddocks of over U,000 acres, with parrots and cockatoos shrieking among the branches of tho gum trees overhead." After a drive of between two and three hours through tho bush, Including tho steep asccntof a hill known as the Itazorback, up which overy particle of machinery for Mount Morgan had to bo brought, wo reached tho mmly formed milling township. Scattered about among tho trees were tents of various descriptions, bark huts, butt of corrugated iron, and wooden houses. In a central ,osltion wcro two hotels, somo stores or general shops, a church In process of construction, a school, and an Odd Fellows' hall. Thero aro already about 5,000 Inhabitants, aud tho object which has attracted them all Is a conical shaped hill about COO feet In height above tho water level, and with nothing, so far ns outward appearances nro concerned, to distinguish it from numerous other well wooded hills which surround It. At tho foot of tho mountain Is ouo set of works, which aro duplicated about halt way up it. Some SOO feet from tbo top a tunnel rum lu for about 700 feet, when It is'mut by a shaft, down which tho btono is sent. It is then brought through tho tunnel in small trucks and shot down a slide to tho upper works, while a cablo tramway supplies the lower works. At the top of tho mountain is a regular quarry, whero some flvo dozen men are occupied In blasting and quarrying tho stono. Fifty-tw- o feet lmvo nlready'bccn cut away, and they are now working ut a second bench. Tho preponderating stono Is a kind of black ironstone, with no appearance of gold whatever, yet It yields as much as flvo or six ounces to tho ton. Somo of tho stono Is reddish, and looks as if It might contain cop per, whllo hero and thero Is a bank of yellowish sand which yields eleven ounces to tho ton. Formerly tho oro was treated by tho ordinary battery and quicksilver amalgamation process, but tho gold is so flnoly distributed through the stono that most of It was lost, and tho tailings aro being treated with very satisfactory results by tho chlori-natlo- n process, which is now iu uso at the mine. Under this process tho oro is first crushed by powerful machinery and reduced to fine sand. It Is then roasted fn furnaces, and when cooled is placed in tho chlorina-tlobarrels and subjected to tbo action of chlorino gas, which dissolved the gold, aud It flows out In a fluid, the color of sherry, Into largo vats. It Is then placed in charcoal tillers, and tho gold adheres to tho charcoal beds, which aro subsequently roasted in a rorerberatory furnace until nothing fa left but an ash containing 75 per cent, of metallic gold. Tho works, which aro lit throughout by tho electric light, aro kept constantly going night and day. Kino hundred men are employed, and work In three shifts of eight hours each. The expenditure In wages is 100,000 per annum; 4,000 tons of firewood aro burnt por month, and tho output of gold is about a ten per month. If the works wero stopped for a single- day it would mean a loss to the shareholders of 4,000. London Times. o for-tun- o 1 four-hors- o n "You don't know tho luxury of p'aylng tho tool," saiil Lord Chancellor Kldon, ns ho danced iu hi, own drawlug room to a tuno One of the first bills introduced In congress of hta own singing. at tho present session provided for tbo expen"You nro a father, Sonor Ambassador, diture of $120,000,000 during tho next twelve and so wo will flulsh our ride," said Henry years for coast defenses. IV of France, whon tho SpauUh minister dis"Cigarottes for ladles smoking" nro sold In covered him riding round tho room on u stick London, provided with specially prepared with his son. mouthpieces. They aro porfumod with musk Dugald Stow art, tho philosopher, was onco and violet, and they nro enjoying a very found by a friend trying to balance a sale. feather on his noso. Ills competitor lu this contest of b1;I11 was Patrick Fracr The riso of the prlco of Ivory may bo described by tho statement that tho great cut- Ty tier, tho hlstoi Ian. Dcau Sn If t ucd to nmuso himself by lery Arm In Sheffield, Itodgers & Sons used his servants with cords nnd driving to pay 000 a ton, but they have Intely paid them up and down stalls, und through tho X1.2SO and In some special cases ns high as rooms of the deanery. 2,000. Faraday played marbles nnd ball with little A petrified npplo was discovered at Harboys, and took part rington, Mo., a few days ago by somo boys. tho "learned pig." in chaiadcs, playing onco It bad changed to tho color of marble. Tho William Pitt delighted to romp with chilstem and blossom wero apparently as perfect dren. Ho was onco playing with his niece as when tho fruit fell from tho tree. and nephews, who nero trying to blacken his is said that tho press summary of RusIt faco with a burnt coi k. A servant announced sia's grain crop reports, telegraphed to tho that two members of tho cabinet desired to United States not long ago, credited Russia, seo him on business. "Lot them wait In the by a clerical error, with 60,000,000 of bushels other room," said Pitt, catching up a cushion of wheat moro than sho really has. and belaboring tho girl nnd lioys. They got him down nud noro actually daubing his Russian ofllclals lmvo decided that tho fuce, when Ikj said, "Stop, this will do. 1 is "dangerous to tho state." In Warcould benl you all, but wo must not keep saw orders havo been given that telephones bo removed from all restaurants und cofTco theso grandees waiting longer." A pasln of houses. Similar orders havo liccii Issued in water nnd n towel wero brought in, nud tho great prime minister washed Ills face, hid tho all other largo Polish towns. First class passengers are carried between basin, nnd then received the two lords. Dr. Itattl.i, an eminent Loudon phjMcinu, Glasgow und Greenock nt Jfd. permlloaud third class passengers for half tho money, used to amu-- o liiuwdf by gazing nt the Punch nnd Judy show. Ho was such a successful and this cheap trnflla is considered so valuable that thero is tho keenest competition for inlnilo of "Punch" that ho onco saved u patient's lifo by imitating that character. 0 it, ono company having recently spent Tho patient was suirerlng from a swelling in order to obtain a better share. , In tho throat, nnd the turning ills Tho wool called astrachan Is likely to bo wig, npiKMilcd nt the with tho fnco popular. It is extremely fine, and is twisted and voice of "Punch." Tho sick man laughed In tiny loops about nu inch apart that have so heartily that tho swelling broko, und n sufficient elasticity to maintain their form complete cure followed. Man is tho only when passed fn and out over tho knitting who can laugh; he, therefore, lellshesa needles. littlo nonsense. Youth's Companion. At tho Indlun cemetery on Indian hill, near Portland, Conn., tho other day, John R. Lowis dug up a red man whoso gravo was liberally provided with culinary utensik Thero wcro several bottles, an iron kettlo with a copier ladle, a brass kettlo und two Dutch mugs. Tho human remains, which wero a skull and u dozen very lino teeth, wcro evidently thoso of a great chief; but what business tho Dutch mugs had in the gravo is a mystery to overy one, Mr. Irving's views ou tho prospects of thoo who adopt tho stago as a profession nro not vorjr encouraging for youthful aspirants. Of tho total number of actors In England, estimated to bo abovo 20,000, ho expresses tho conviction that quito half of them would bo glad of an assured 200 u year. A first class composition for cleaning mar-biof all descriptions Is mado by nddiug whiting to common soft soap till it is ns thick as good paste; then put it on the marble and leavo it for a day or two tho longer tho better and, when tho paste Is taken oft, all tho status w ill lo removed. Tho Sahara desert is said to bo gro.viug. Tho fcrtilo strip of Egypt is less than It wus This powder nevor vnrlos. A marvel oi within histoiic times aud the sands aro invadMure purity, strength nnd nholosomcnesa. ing Tunis. A French scientific commissioner reports to hU government that tho whole economical than tho ordinary kinds, and can southern part of Tunis is graduully becoming not ho sold in competition with tho multitude desiccated. Tho commissioner, E. Diane, of low test, short weight nlum or phoshhate cannot suggest any measuro for saving tho powders. Suhl only in can. ltoYAl, Hakinq oases of tho desert from extinction. SuffiPowokb Co., 106 Wall Street, Now York. cient water cannot bo obtained by any means to support vegetation. fl TimTlTRT Tnho no ahoca unless Did you over sco n child who would not reW. I.. DuiiBlua'immoand A irlr liro Mumped on the turn a smile! Thero may bo a few children, bottom. If Ui" itialer iiiiuiot Miptily Tou. the but tboy aro tho oxcoptlon, not tho rule. Tho semi direct to fmtory, cncloalnc udvertised child fnco Is a mirror iu which is icilccted lirice. the faco of him who looks Into it, as Its mind gives back tho imago of tho ono who is trainThoso in chargo of children should ing not forgot this. Mississippi Teacher. fu-a- , ,v ?rt i Tho nutmeg tree looks liko a pear troo of threo years' growth. Tho leaves and bark, as Melius tho nut audits curious covering, nro very fragrant. Tho nutmeg Itself is tho VCA? seed of tho fruit, tha fruit being about tho Vv sizo of n common ben's egg. As it ripeus tho outside cracks open mid expose tho nutmeg, wrapped in its thin, laccllko covering of mace. It grows on all tho Islands of tropical America and Asia, tho trees of Jamaica being tho most fruitful, somo of them bearing ashlgb as 4,000 to 5,000 nutmegs per year. n. poa-cock- 'o bar-nessltele-phon- o 000,-00doc-torbed-ddmil-ma- n o ,Au Idaho physician advertises! "Tho poor nover refused." 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Rft.no (IKMIINi: watching tho scene, was cleat ly indicated by Ht.no n,VM)-siivi:wki.t hiiok. KA.no I'OI.MJi; AND KAItMl'.llH' HIIOE. looso feathers violently tossed from tho point Ha.no i:xtka vai.uk oAi.r hiioic. of combat w.a5 x MU vokkinomi:n'h siior.s. 82.0O and 81.75 HOV.N' MJIIOOI. bUUES. In time tbo struggling pair attained a giddy Congress, Button and Lace. Hon. Jefferson Davis. W. L. DOUGLAS bout Hit fiftieth part oriubulk tt i. a at.nd loubL ! Ira ( iim- - tiLrtta t.t.irfaiarry W. wllLUoibowr ulowrr i rltt mat. (Yum ISKl Io l I O a da? at Iraat from Hit Hart wltu llttttrwrll.al mitt IVt pajrall aiprt.a harrt iiltairt'-iif- t At-- J II IIALI.l 1 Uui 880, roBTLAiil! Maixa AdJi.n $3 SHOE i) MRS. JEFFERSON DAVIS. TO BE SOLD BY 1 Dr.Bull8CoughSyrupJouBU,lx;r5 G HAXII-M'.WK- SUBSCRIPTION ONLY. Tlio prospectus und complete outfit for can ruwkl uir will ho rcutly lniiiiedi(ilel)'. Agents Wishing Desirable Territory TIME SCHEDULE, cmlncnco and camo to a standstill in tho sky. Tho eaglo's wings had dropped now and then, and ho had given plain evldenco of pain and terror, yet not onco bad his awful grip appeared to relax. At length a descent was begun, with a rapidity which overy moment increased, nud tho two animals struck tho ground at tho very point whero they had first encountered each other; but tho eaglo was dead, aud pussy, as soon as sho felt terra flrma beneath her foct, shot a way for tho barn, still carry-luher bit of meat. Investigation proved that tbo cat had cut tbo eagle's throat, and so lacerated his breast that his body was literally laid open. After his death In midair, however, &ho had been too clever to relax her hold and thus fall to tho ground, but had let her cnoniy servo as a parachute to caso tho descent. At last accounts pussy was nono tho worso for her aerial flight and battle, Union Point Bee. g All mado In $3&$2SHOE:Slafd0.8. SIIOK FOlt MISSES. 81.75 on Una grcut Heat Materlnl. llrat fetyle. Heat Flttln. W. I DoiiKlns, Drotkton, Mam. Sold ly work will iilouao address, un huoii ns possible llio publisher, 18-2- TEA POTS. of Tea. eorSfJSl'f. vi vn lli Bowmer & Hambleton. 3 BELFORD COMPANY, lllist 18111 St., M:V YUIIK. Saves 25 to 50 ir rKYirti IPESSS HB4wlkl YOU DO NOT LIFT TH2 FOT mmm TAKE-BTOC- rOUES by lowering Ud The part handled cJX 1 nW jffiVj M ii COLD.jP"' I nsriETW" f.et Lilt, Paine, Dlehl &Co., I'hlla, Pa. r f j m" ,.-- Place for Illm, "Wlicro'fl tho nearest fire?" asked n nervous man of n big Chestnut street policeman. "Fiic? There Isn't any tiro that I know of." "Well, wlicro's the best block (o sco peoplo killed by tho electric wires?" "What's tho matter with yon?" "Ain't thero any riots imndy?" "Riots? Why, nro you" "No good placo to seo n couplo of visitors sandbagged?" "Sco hero, havo you escaped from somo lunatic asylum?" "No; I just camo from Now York. You'ro siiro thero Isn't a few old women or children run over by trucks somewhere?" "I think I'll take you in" "You needn't mind, mister, Just direct mo to tho nearest railroad depot and I'll get out of tho town fast enough. Tlicro aro no homo comforts hero for mc4' Philadelphia Enquirer. Ho wi A 1 SAVE MONEY, BUY YOUR OWN HOME! IN THE : Lnuisvino SovmQR l.oan ana Byiuiing Go. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL company li n iiiiitmil lonn an.nclnlloti.or. Inr tliocipir. purpute uf tual'liug lu luemtwr lu luttut tlnlr fpuro earnliiea wifely ami tinil to Ihiiiuw money fur tho purposo of IirolltuUy, Imlltling Hair uw n homiM. TliOflmri" aro J I Oil ench, and mat tlio lioMar SI atlmlaalon Ico nnil Ml cciilt iwr mnnlli Hit milter. Aa amin aa tli muni l paid In, it U lomu-i- l out to mcmlicra on re tccurll) , ur Ml Mm k uT Hie Company, nml U'liliia to lain lnttir.t. V 95,000,000. 'I i THIS L 1 ! rm-lvlii- PAPERS tSJKtiHyi: FOR THE Hid wllli iriil!t, until lint liulmapnld In, totlliir ltll cutiipiititnl cniiiltifi", nituKititit toSKit) rr i.liitrt'. -r' -- E i--i SUlia -wln'ii lil ituk la inuturtil, nml In lailu-i- l liy tlio Coniimiiy fur ll furn valur. It U nttlmutcil t hut lu about wtca ur tlita nintiirlty will be yJhnmiTvt - l ( eight year. Egkflnn Tho tafrat, moat ronservntho nnd moat profitable of till mutual pluu. Loum made In tlio onlrr or apidlcatlon. No jrnwlnir lir lot and no Uihllnir. Tin) rata uf tutor. rat ia iiiilfurm and Ion aliuiit what rent would bv llio UirrovMr, Ulut ulao aatocklioia;-,liaaliIntcreat luridly offect ly llm pmntt, rald.iip Block, on ulikli aem.iiiinuil rath illvtdtintii aro paid at 0 iier'ciut. twr eurnlnsawtfirHiUniecmlltiHllutliotiock. lur full liiformutlon apply iu illitilniila.tlieatoililioliKr li rrril. rv jin(i!ik ttft I ,.. KV. SPRING TRADE! JUST RECEIVED AT Room CIIAB. n. l.ON'0, II. V. BANDKKS, VKNI.KV. JOHN W. OUEKN, GEORGE W. JOHNSTON, General Manager, 16 Tyior Bulldlnir, s. E. Corqor Sixth and Main Strft, BOARD OF DIRECTORS. J. K. CUliP, W. II. HALDKMAN, ATTILLA t'OX. 1'. N. CLAUKK, JACOll HOKItTZ. J. V. GAU1.UKUT. II. O. TltUMAN W. 8.WVMON1). LOUISVILLC, Torpidity of the liver, and disorders of the stomach and bowels, cause headache and the failure of all desire for food, Ajer's Cathartic Pills stimulate the action oi the stomach, liver and bowels, euro headache, nnd restore the appetite. JUMUS BABBAGE'S OLOVEIiPORT, KY. JM OSCAU IlllllLr 1JVI Wl.L JNO. c. smnwiIku. Co HAMBKRCTKR, Citufm1 Natioxai. l)xK,Treiurrr. -- SlUHaxm Bavwoi Bask am Tbvt A.gren.ts "sTsirLteciL rf aA-- v'i ffiVifr-- . ....IV. 'JtimtLjii jfr Breckinridge News, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY JNO. .A" D.DABBAGE 2fi, 1890. City Assessor Ramsey should make a tiotu of tho prices asked for vacant lots in this city. Ei.t.is Mounts, ono of the McCoy murderers, was hung at l'ikeville, Ky., Inst week in tho presence of over 1,000 peoplo ibdinsbig v. H.iiAiiiiAai: Ytttl Ilomitl DAIl.T EXCEPT department, No. I. BRANDENBURG. Prof Gus, Browu, Clovcipotl, was here Sunday. Mr. Jns H. Bryant is tho fnremnn of tho grand jury. Dr. H. IC Pusfy, Louisvillo, wa hero last week. Miss Addio G. Ditto has returned homo from Louisvillo. IflWIia UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION J DISTRIBUTED. Editor tint HoiiihI TIME" TABLE I... St. Ii. A: T. I. ami Time Cnril. 9.51 n.m. n.m. -- 11.38 Mall and Express going Kait " " West Ezpreii " East " West Mixed Bust West " Get the news DAILY KCKPT Louisiana Stato Lottery Company. 5.H 9.50 11.23 9.59 p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. Tut: discussion over tho proposed site for the World's Fair has been going on in Now York Congress for several days. seems to be tho favorite. is by tci own coitiir.sroMHiN'rs. and get all the news nothing but the news. Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. It claimed tho and of Indiana that the new school book law From Dana's of that State will save tho peoplo $1,000,-00- 0 Democratic press this yenr in tho purchase of books. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 1 For Count; For County 'or County iFor Sheriff, For County Judge, Thoa. AJklison. Attorney, Jndge Milton Hoard. Clerk, J. E. Monarch. J, S. DeJernette. Sup't of Sehoola, Jni. W. Miller. The total assessed value of taxable property, both real and personal, in Breckenridge county for the year 1890, as shown by the Assessor's booki, amounts to $'l,G59,2G0, being an increase of 1 G per cent, over tho assessment of 1889. J 5 For Jailer, John Slaton. The Tenth district has a very nblo representative in the Stnte Sonate in tho perron ol Mr. J. S. Wortham, of Leitchfield. How wide is the comparison between him and his predecessor, Hyers, a Republican CmcAiio has captured the Yorlu"s fair. who represented the district two years ago I During bis entire Senatorial career, GnontiK Bancroft, the historian, is now if Dyers introduced a tingle public measure 90 years old, with his mind unimpaired. of any general importance ; wo can't recall it now. Mr. Wortham, on the other Doer anybody know where the tail end hand, is lull of business in Frankfort and of that Rebublican ticket is to come Irjta, has offered a number of imporant measMr. ures in the Senate for passage. or does anybody cure to know. Wortham is a Democrat, a lawyer and a Tiik Rutsian government hus ordered scholarly gentleman He won his spurs line rnilwny tho great across by over GOO mnjority in the district, and Siberia to be begun in May. When the we predict that his constituents will never line is completed it is estimated that a regret having conferred the honor upon tour of the world in filly dus will be feas- him. For County Asaeator, Len Cnaliman. For County Suncyor, F. M. C. Jolly. For Coroner, V. It. Pendleton. ible. Tiik work of unseating Democratic Congressmen elected from tho Southern States still goes on at Washington. Ross Reed nud his gang are running things to suit themselves now, but it is a long lane that never turns. Owtxsnono's nntural gas boom is a thing of the eternnl past. Willi all of the Messenger's tact for boasting things visionary, imaginary, problemati.nl and otherwise, .she got left on natural gas. It ain't tbar, and never was in a public interview the other day, says he will support Gov Orny, ol Indiana, for the in IMC. The coming battle, he reminds tho party, is National, nnd in order to win there should be universal harmony. Tiik notorious little dried up Hill Chandler was notified in the United States S tho other day that ho was one of the 'visiting Statesmen'' who sneaked into I'loridn in lH'li and stole the electoral vole for Hayes. Rill didn't deny it. jn-n- te Skmtoh Vorhees, Tin; Republicans give it up that President Benjamin Harrison stands no cbanco by his party in 1892. for a Ho could n't carry his own State. begins to see this and he's getting ready for a final leave taking in 1892 When he does go, ho will not be a pauper if drawing on the Treasury counts for anything. Recently he has had engineered through the Senate a bill allowing him a feo of $2 GOO for legal services performed for the government while a practicing attorney in Indiana about teu years ago. Tho bill had been before tho Senate frequently nnd rejected because $uj0 had already been allowed Mr. Harrison for the same identical thing which this $2 500 is asked to cover. But now Mr. Harrison is President and something of a great man, a Republican and upon a Senate allowed the claim because sent in by the President, simply that and nothing Ren-jamin more. lion's This t Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Inking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & Co, Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, hove known Mr. F. J. Cheney for the last 13 years, and believe him to bo perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. West it Tbuax, Wholesnle Druggists, Toledo, O. Marvin, Wholesnle Waiihm), Kixk.is Druggists, Toledo, O. E. II. Van H.ksen, Cashier. Toledo National Bank, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood mid mucus surfaces of the system. Testimonals sent Sold by nil free. Price 75c. pcrbollle Tiik Ni.hs has just contracted for a nice, interts'ing little story for its numerHaving jupt added about ous readers. ."if'O subscribers to our subscription list, wp propose to give the most choice rending matter to be had fur a county weekly. 1'iik Legislature ought to let the Capital It is good removal business alone. enough right where it is, nnd should remain there The best thing the Legislature can do, is to make liberal appropriations for new buildings and have them erected at once. The present ones are a disgrace to the great State of Kentucky. road running from Irvingtou to Kordsville is fast approaching completion to the latter point It goes into a heavy timber section and an extensive business awaits it It may, moreover, interfere with the extension to Fordsville, as it will bo the most direct route East for all of the coal, mineral, timber, etc , in the Fords-vill- c ro t Piiksiiiint McCracken's branch Druggists. EKRON. Mr. J. Oliver Willett, of Louisville, stayed wiih bis brother, Mox, last night. Mtasles is afloat in tho county at present, and quite n number have been exposed to them. There has been a bill introduced in the Legislature to establish a graded school here, which will be of considerable inter-t- o tho place. The free school taught here by Mr. I). S. Roberts, Jr , has been a good one, and only a few mere dnys remain for him to teach Mr. Joseph Saunders, an estimable young man of this vicinitily, left Tuesday for Hardinsburg, where he will assist Prof. Shacklett in his school. The Literary Society at this place is quite un enjoyable feature, It convenes on Friday ceiling of each week. The exorcises consist of speeches, recitations, overtures, dialogues, prologues, etc., and aro well attended and appreciated. For feur the News is not aware of the fact that there is a ''city" by the naino of Ekrun, I will drop you this short letter to inform you of it. The writer had the pleasure of feeing our friend Rabbage at Brandenburg Friday nnd rather promised him that he should hear from us. Well, ihe city of Ekron is a great little place, nnd we have quite a diversity of enterprises represented here. They are In tie dry goods business wo as follows: have two firms that of Mr. J. W, Simmons, who keeps a nice stock of dry goods, groceries, etc., and that of Mr. J. T. Jones, on the same order. At Mr. Jones' storo a man can get anything ho wants, from a silk hat to an ounco of cayenne pepper. Roth of these stores aro doing a good business. The snow Saturday morning was somewhat of a surprise. Tho back water has shut off tho travel Mr. E. Rhodes is on tho Bic'i list. from the upper bottom. Mrs Morris Ilcnsley is quito ill. Thero will bo preach'ng nt tho M. E. Mrs. Lum Smith is visiting in Louischurch Sunday by Rov. Morrison. ville. Judgo Murray and Hon. R. R Pierco, Tho Magistrates' courts begin next Cloverport, attended court hero last week. Monday. Col. 0. L. Cornwell, Louisville, is atMr. Eli Smith was in town several days tending court ns n witness for the railroad lost week. Mr. Thos. H. Ditto is spuken of as a Mrs. Vibella Beard lias been sick for candidate for the Constitutional Convenseveral days. tion. Work on tho new bunk building was beMits Jennio Fuirlcigb, of Louisvillo gun lost week. spent Inst week willi her nun', Miss Mary Miss Verdio Moorman is visiting in Fairlcigh. BrauJcnbarg. lion. Horaco T. Kendall wife and little Mrs. Judith Miller ha? been quito sick daughter, of Henderson, nrc nt tho St. for several days. Clcud hotel. Mr. Ed Moorman, Hardin county, was Misses Bertie and Rosu Moreraon, of in town last week. Hardinsburg, arc with their sister, Mr p. Mr. Percy Beard came down from Win. Ditto, Louisville last Friday. A. M. McCrncken, L., S L & T. railroad Mr. V. Daniel was confined to his bed is hero looking af er the interest of the for a few days last week with a slight atroad in court. tack ot la Grippe. Mr. J. B. Mnrtin, of Barren county, canThe Huckeby Hotel caught a big run of didate for Clerk of Court of Appeals was drummers last week. Mr. Burrell Beard here last week. is a hustler in the hotel business. Judge John Roberts, candidate for Judgo Mr. Richard S. Pate and Miss Katio of the Court of Appeals, was here last week Pato were married at the residence of the looking up the boys. bride, in this city, last week, Rav. Bruner Messrs David W, Fairleigh, Helm Bruce officiating. John Walker and Col. T. II Fuirlcigb were Mr. James O. Hnswell lectured to the the visiiing lawyers from Louisvillo during students in Prof. Sbacklett's school last court. Thursday. His subject was "The Growth Mr, and Mrs. Jim Bland lost their little of the Legislative Department of the Stato infant child but two or three weeks old and Nation." last Sunday night. Mr;. Bland is thought Tho laying of tho corner stone of tho to be very ill herself. y, Hardinsburg city hall took place last The candidates are very mu;h perplexed Owaccording to announcement. this yenr, since thero has been so much ing to tho inclement weather, but very few meat lost, as to where they will get their people were present and the exercises fried ham and red gravy. were brief. The trains changing time has put them The Hardinsburg Dramatic Company bo close together here that tho express wawill play "Undo Tom's Cabin" during gon makes but one trip. Our mail docs April court week, by which time they not get in until 1 o'clock p. m. hope to have their new hall completed Messrs Matt Adams, Tom Hagan and and all tbo necessary paraphernalia at Joe Mulhatten were here Saturday. Adams exhibition, hand to give a it Uagan were on their way to New MexiMr. Sara Davidson, of the Fulls of co to start up the gold plant. Rough, was in town last week after an inWe thiuk the fruit is still safe in I tits the junction to restrain the railroad contractbanner fruit county of the stato. Tho fruit Mr. ors from entering upon bis land. crop last yeur brcught more money into Davidson's land is on tho spur running 'the county than the wheat crop, and still from the L , II. & W, to the Falls of as it is kpt, this crop in this ecu My is Rough. He says they are not running more profitable than un orange grove. over his laud according to contract, and It is an outrage that an overseer should he wants some heavy damages. be find for failuro of keeping a road in The many friends of Mrs. Clara Ely will order, when he receives no compensation regret to hear of the death of her husband, whatever for the time he looses in notifyMr. Frank lily, which occurred at Murray ing hands and services rendered, and the Hill Hotel, New York City, on tho llth many blessings by the good people. Tho Pneumonia, superinduced by la legislature while they aro not doing much inst. Mr. Grippe, was the immediate cause. ought to look into this county. Thero are Ely was a large wholesale merchant of St. to many public roads. Some of them havo Louis, Mo., and at tho time of his death no bands at all. There should bo fewer was in New York on business connected roads aud kept up better. He had a number of perwith bis house Win Ditto depnrttd this li'e at his counsonal acquaintances in this place, having try homo on tho 21st instant, nged Gl years visited here frequently with his family. from pneumonia preceeded by an attack Although his death was sudden and some-wbof la grippe. In his death, Meado county be is said to have been unexpected, loose; one of her most useful citizens. He ready when the fatal summons came. served his county as sheriff several terms NOTICE as well ns Circuit clerk for many years All persons indebted to mo either by Ho was always active in the promotion of note or account are requested to come any enterprise that looked to the commerforward and settle before the March court cial, intellectual and moral development as I intend to list all claims for collection, of the people At his death be wus presinot paid before that tune. Fair warning. dent of the Home Gas Co , and advocated J. A Witt. liberal inducements to home manufactories I have two good mules and one rather than conveying tho gas away from He leaves a wife and six wngon for sale. Terms reasonable. tho county. Juiivi, Hook children to survive him. Sa'-urdafirst-class at two-horso STATIONS. BitxnAY. Irvlngton 11.30 x.it.hr 11,35 " Irvlngton Junction Garfield 12.40 p.m llarned 1.0S Hardinsburg 1.30 P.il.Ar buxday. Ar. 0.00 a.m 8.55 8.00 7 30 Lv. 7.C9 a.m ' Don't Get Left! But take short route line for Vkst's Bargain and nt prices that smile at anything like nn to competition, n Hkad-qjjaiitek- Incorporated by the Leglalaturo in 18(18, fot Educational and Charituble purpoaes and its franchise wni made n part of tho present Stato Constitution in 187tl,by an overwhelming popular vote. s np-pioa- MAMMOTH lllt.UVlMIS iluco Jtcinl - Annual))', and December, nntl lt Juno IIKAMKNINtiU; JMJlHUi:it DIIAW-IUS tulio place on each of tlio other ten iiioiitlitt In tho year, and aro all drawn In imbllc, at tho Academy take ITS N of IHiiklc, JVuw Orlc'iiim, I.ii, SkC When You Start Out To make j'otir purchases, just make Baigain Headquarters" your objective point and you arc certain to he pleased with the result. What we ofler to our Patrons This week CORSETS. : We have a large lot of Corsets offered at rock bottom prices. Ladies' Woolen Hose. We have a few pairs of these goods left. Remember they arc all wool, nicely finished, both ribbed nnd - " plain, 25 cts. only. Gent's Furnishing Goods. An elegant line men's laundrcd and unlaundrcd shirts nt all prices. Collars and Cuffs latest novelties. PRINTS. We offer every peice prints in our house this week at 5 cents per yard, DOMESTICS. Both in Brown and Bleach we are the leaders. LINENS. Housekeepers look nt this Table Linens Renfrew's Standard Old Gold 58 inch. wide, 40 cts. per ynrd, for this week only. 58 40 For Integrity of its Drawings, and Prompt payment of Its prizes, Attested as follow: " We do hereby certify that ice supervise the arrangements for all the Momthlu and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Company, and in person s, manage and control the Drawings and that the same are conducted with honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties, and we authorize the Company to use this cerlficate, with fac similes of our signatures attached, in its advertisements." them-selve- FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS 3 Commissi oner. Rcnfrcw'sStandard Reds inches wide, fast colors, cents per yard, for this week only. A Beautiful Indigo table Superior Turkey Red Damask, 60 inches wide 35 cents per yard. In Crashes and Napkins we have them at almost any price. We the undersigned Banks and Hankers will pay all 1'rizesdrawn in theLouis-ian- a Slate Lotteries which may be presented at our counters. It. ITI. WALMSLEY', I'rcs. Louisiana A. UAIiDWlN, National Hunk. PIEIIKE XiANAUX, l'rcs. Stutc Nil. tlonal Hank. National Hank. C Villi KUIIN Pros. Villon National Hunk. GRAND In the Academy l'rcs. New Orleann linen, 40 cents only. MONTHLY DRAWING of Music, NewOrleans Tuesday, March II, 1890. comprising the brands. standard Capital Prize, 100,000 $300,000. SHOES I SHOES I SHOES!' Tickets at Twenty Dollars each, lluvcU SIO; (luurters 83; Tenths 92; Twentieths SI. list or PHizia. 1 CAPITAL PKIZE OF fJOO,000..$300,000 GKAND PRIZE OF 100,000.. 100,000 QHAND PH1ZE OF 50,000.. 60,000 1 LAP.O.K PRIZES OF 25,000.. 25,000 2 LARGE PRIZES OF 10,000.. 20,000 5 PRIZES.OF 5,000.. 25,000 1 1 Don't forget that in this Department we have the best and lowest priced assortment in city for Ladies', Gentlemen and Children. WM. VEST & SONS. CLOVERPORT, KY, 25 100 200 500 " " " 1,000.. 25,000 500.. 50,000 300.. 60,000 200.. 100,000 $50,000 IPntOXIHATiON FBIZES. 100 l'rltea of $500 aro 100 Prlioa of $300 are 100 Prltos of $200 are 999 Prltea uf 100 are 999 Prliea of 100 aro 3,131 Tkhmixal Pntzrs: $30,000 20.000 99.900 99.900 $1,05:1,800 Priro, amounting to,. Notk Tickets drawing Capital Prizes aro not cntitlod to terminal Prices. AGENTS WANTED. gfFor OM&QM.! i4l mmwm IRYINGTON, DEALERS IN desired, write legibly to the undersigned, clearly atatlng your residence, with State, County, Street and Number. Mororapld return mail delivery will be assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your fulladdresa, Club rates, or any further information KY. Field Seeds, Pabmihg Implements, GROCERIES, SADDLERY, HARDWARE, Washington, D. O. Ily ordinary letter, containing Monkv Okder iisued by all Express Companies, Mew York Exchange Draft or Postal Note. We pay on Currency sent us by Expreaa of $5 or over. Address Registered Letters to NEW OUL.UANS NATIONAL HANK. orill, A, IMPORTANT. Ao.11. fM. A. DAUPHIN. New Orleans, I.a., DAUPHIN, STOVES and TINWARE, BOOTS and SHOES. Call We make a specialty of Seeds and Farming Implements. and get our prices before buying as we are sure we can save you money on wliat you buy. We also keep in connection with our store a first-claHotel and Livery Stable and oiler special inducements to ComMcGLOTHLAN BROS., mercial men. Irvington, Ky. BEWLEYVILLE. Mr. Will Jolly hus n ewe that four Inmbs at ono birth. Three living. ingitis ss Now Orlcuns, I.a. section. Tiikiik were only 'M't passengers killed i i American railroad accidents lust year, says an exchange. Heaven knows that What other cause could was enough ! there have been for the loss of that many lives by railroads e.cept through bo me The law for the person's carelessness. protection of human life on railroads in the United States is not what it should be. Until it is made more stringent the rail rouds will keep od killing people. Commonwealth against Win. Djwell, of The favorable impression produced on color, for shooting with intent to kill, one tho first appearance of the agreeable liq- year in the pen. few uid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, a Amanda Holloway against Bob Young years ago has been more than confirmed for tresspassing $500 damages, Motion by the pleasant experience of all who have granted for new trial. of tbo proprietors used it, and the success James Ricketts was fined $10 for failing and manufacturers, tho California Fig to keep his road in repair that he is ovor-seSyrup Company er Continued. COUIIT HOUSE NOTES of. UNION STAR. Tut qu(Ntiot) of extending the charter privilege of tho Louisiana Lottery is now njituting the minds of the people olLouUi-an- a. From the reports concerning the condition of things it seems more than probable that tho Lattery Company will experience no dillicully in having its rights x'ended. The Lottery Company's franchise expires in lPtO and the moral element of the people wishes it lo cease then. Rut the Lottery Company being a powerfully rbh concern, has offered to the State's debt ol 12,000.000. to have its franchise extended twenty-fiv- e years longer. Junta: John Roberts, Louisville, who is n caudidate for Judge of tho Court of Appeals from this, the Third district, was in our county this week, and Monday gave Tub Heiui.u ollice a few moments of his Judge Roberts is a large, cbulfy time. old gentleman, fat, an whoso hair has long ago grown very white and very scarce no black baiis at all and but few gray ones. Tho Judge is very modest in his electioneering and the only appeal bo makes to a voter fjr support is the statement that he's u candidate. This, he says, ' is as far as I can go." Just at the present time tho two candidates from Louisville Roberts and Simra!! are discussing tbo question as to whether both or which one shall continue the race, fearing tho tesult of two candidates from Louisville, but Judge Roberts, confident that he already has the thing the way he wants it, is not willing to go off the track or compromise matters at all, Ue tays he confident it a duty to run the race from "end to end," and shall do so. The Judge's ckmoces are good, and hois j lined by his knowing friends In his confidence of euc-cgood-natured r.- Ii Iluo County Herald. V ".. Tho enterprising Mr Sam Kendall ha a blacksmith shop and also has a full line of hardware which ho tolls under Brandenburg prices Our old bachelor friend, Dr. Willed, is getting all tbo riding ho can do. He has a new ollice and houso about completed. Ha has ordered a full lino of drugs, paints, oils, varnishes and fancy articles that can drug store, nud be found in any first-clapropose to supply his increasing trade with just what they want. Tho front of his houso will be filled with drugs, but tho other part will perhaps bo filled with something more precious. The postoflice, which is paying very wolb it kept by Mr. Wordie Archer. List, but not least, Mr. J. D. Roberts will have a house erected in a few weeks, whero ho will cell liquor. ss Alph. Cashmnn has gone to Now Albany. I). S. Richardson made a flying trip to W. C. McGeheo a L St. L. & T. railLouisvillo last week. road for failing to build fence, continued Mr. Sam Ctshman,of New Albany, Ind. until next court. paid a brief visit to his father recently. Judge McBeath dismissed the grand Mr, Andrew Crawford, ol Stephensport, jury Saturday. They returned twenty-tw- o was in town on business the 10th inst. Mrs. G. R. Bruner, of Preston, spent indictments, all minor offenses. Commonwealth vs. Zck Gill, indicted several da)s with her brother here last for murder, went to trial Mondny, Zack week. Gill waylaid the road and fired the contents Mr. Jjhn'Black, formerly of this place, of n double barrel shot gun iuto Mrs. but now of Louisville is hero for medical Nervy Jones near Muldraugh, in Novemand surgical treatment. ber 1888, a few days before tho last Mr. W. B. Gardiner has gono to Pittspresidential election. burg, whero ho will resume his work of selling stereoscoplic views IHorcnrlul Poison, Morcury is often Injudiciously used by Miss Zilpah Frymire, of Mooleyville, malaria and has beon hero visiting her little cousins, quack doctors in cases ol worse tban the blood orlg-Df- tl Its after effect is Misses Alia and Euuico Crosson. disease. B. I). I). (Dotanlo lllood Halm) no but will eliminate merNearly every one in attendance at tho containspoisonmercury, the system. curial from Write to hop on the 1 lib, reports a very pleasant lllood llulm Co., Atlanta, (la), for books of convincing proof of Its curative virtue. evening, notwithstanding the inclement A. 1'. llrltton, Jackson, Tenn., writes : "I weither. cuuglit mulitria in Louisiana, and when the Mils Lattie Goldstein, who taught tho fever at last broke, my system was saturated with poison, and I bad sorca in my mouth school at Lookout, returned to her homo knots on my tongue. I got two bottles ofand 11. 1). D., which healed my tong o and mouth at Hcuderson en the 17th inst , accompanand made a new man of mo." ied by Miss Esther Uaynes. Win. llichmond, of Atlanta, Oa., writes Riv. Meyers, of Louisville, filled his ''My wife could hardly soe. Doctors called It regular appointment on the third Sunday synhllltia iritis. Iter eyes wer in a dteddfiil condition. Her sppetlto failed. She bad pain and Sunday night. At his next appointIn her Joints and bones. Her kidneys were ment he will endeavor to organize aMlible deranged also, and no one thought she could be cured, Dr. Ulll&m recommended D, I). II., rending class. which she used until her health was entirely Miss Pink R'ckctls is teaching u sub- restored." K. 1'. D. Jones. Oa., scription school here. There are not was troubled with Atlanta, colored writes i "I eruptions, copper many villages of our size that can and loss of appetite, pain In back, aching Joints debility, emaciation, loss of hair, sore throat, will support two pay schools at once. and great nerrouanesa. I). It. 1). put my sys Mrs. Ryan, who has been in attendance tern In fine condition." on her sister, Mrs. Gardner, during a long Many Persons and serious illness, has returned to bur Aro broken down from overwork or household homo at Victoria. 8he was accompanied cares Brown's Iron Bitters by Ida Gardner, rebuilds the xyttcm, aids digestion, removes ex cess of bile, and curt malaria, Git the ceuulue. John Streblo was fined $10 for breech of peace. But little done in court lust week and vory fow people in town considering it was court week. There have been several cases here, only one of which minated fatally. Miss Kmma Hodges, who has been on a protracted visit to her aunt in Louisville, returned a few days since. Mtssra. T. J. Jolly and Cbas. Blanford have just bought a nice lot of yearling hogs to feed for the summer market, Mrs. Sue Hardaway, wife of W I. Hard-awa- y, who has been aflicled with la (irippe terminating in meningitis, wo are glad to learn, is recovering. A. good farmer near this place got a return last week for two fairly good hogsheads of Burley tobacco, which netted hiro the snug litlb sum of ?1j CO. Mr. John Mussolman, who attends the water tank on the L , II. & W. railroad, at Sinking Creek, caught last week a ten pound German carp Ibh in the creek. Strayed A nico Poland China white and black male shoat, marked with crop uud slit in left ear, will weigh near 100 L;avo word at tho postoflice, pounds. and the owner will get it and bo obliged. Our school closed on Friday last. My Wilson, ftio quiet and efficient teacher, will go to bis home near Burns, where he will probably romain during tho rpriug end summer. Hoy Cain, son of W. II. Cuin, Jr., while sick with la Grippe at Mr, T. J. Jolly's, his grandfather, left his bed and fell over the banister at tho bead of thn stairway fifteen feet to the floor below. From tho effects of the fall uud la Grippe, followed by typhoid fever, he is now quito low. A lady friend wishes me to say to other ladles who like herself frequently havo the disagreeable task of preparing onions for tho table that if they will hold, protruding from their mouth, a large sewing or darning needlo, it will prevent in a great measure the nromn from hurting the eyes. Try It. The aged and retptcted Susan Triplet!, now so long an invalid, very greatly en jays the visits of her friends. Go and see her and you will feel yourself bettor because of the visit, be&idea helping her to pais more pleasantly the time you epend with her. A crowd Is not company, lion. Cbas. Blanford says that ihe'con dition powder sold by the Cash Store wil certainly cure chicken cholera. Ilia were djingvery rapidly lost nine in ono day I tho condition powder. After using, the sick chickens got well and brougl t not another died. To keep them in hea'th nre yet it baa no superior. Sent by mail to any address for 30 cents. Address Cash Store, of men- Bewleyvllle, Ky, For horses and mule) it has no equal. 1ms terreceived at iho Cash Store twenty-fiv- e coses of fine cassimtre and corkscrew suits, frocks and sacks. Will sell suits nt $8 CO, generally sold at $10 to $11. Will sell suits at $10, usually sold at $12 50 to Sill. Will sell suits at $12.50, usually sold at $15. It will pay you handsomely to ride fifteen or twenty miles to get one of these nice suits. Stock full and complete in every line, and all sold at the lowest cash prices. Terras, positively cash to overy one. Messrs. James and Arbuclcle spoke Friday night at this place in tho interest of the Farmers' and Workingraen's Allianoi. If tho farmers can do anything by forming a trust or a combine that will mend their condition, they certainly will be justifiable in it, as they aro evidently at a great disadvantage under the present regime. Theyaay their association is How they will effect anything to their permanent interest and keep clear of politics it !b hard for this scribbler to see. Tho trouble is not in the way commerce is organized and carriod on, but in the great jettees that the laws have thrown across tho channel in the shape of the monBtor war tariff that has deflected tbo stream from its natural course, and to the farmer's great detriment. Organize Bix million slrocg, and take this question out of the hands of the two old parties so that It may be clean of party bios, and it will be settled immediately. We have no need of a great war tariff in time of profound peace, nnd the farmer is not able to stand the protectiou it gives to the manufacturer. Tho farmer is the one that needs protection, just before using REMEMBER that the payment of all prises ia GUARANTEED IJY FOUR NATIONAL UANKS of Now Orleans, and the Tickets are signed by the President of an Institution, whose chartered rights are recognised in the highest Courts; therefore, beware of any imitations or annonymous schemes. ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED UY US in any Drawing. Anything In our name offered for leas that a Dollar ia a swindle. . Printers' Ink A JOURNAL ' FOlt AVVEllTISEllS. Just Is issued weekly, and is the representative Journal tho trade journal. of American advertisers. It indicates to the inexperienced advertiser how, when, and where he should advertise ; bow to write an advertisement; how to display one; what newspapers to use; how much money to expend in fact, dlacourtes'on every point that admits of profitable dlsousslon. Advertising is an art practiced by many but understood by few. The conductors of Printers' Ink understand it, and their advice is baaed on an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e years In placing advcrtlscing contract! for many of the largest and most auocessful advertisers., A year's subscription costs but two dollars : sample copies Free. Address ; OE0. P. HOWELL d: CO., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruco St., Now York. h Brockonridgo Circuit Court. Riohard II. Pcnick, Ac. vs ") Wm. T. Penlck, Ao, All persons having claims agalnit the estate of Peter B. Pcnick, deceased, 'aro hereby notified to produce their claims before tho undersigned CommHsioner at hiiofflco in Hardinsburg, properly provon, on or beforo the first day of March, 1890. Given under my hand as Master Cummls-slonof the Breckenridgo Circuit Court, this the Drat day or February, 1890. V. G. Rabbage, M. 0. B. 0. C. er I Notice in Kq'y J Defendants. Plaintiff Breckenridge Circuit Court. A. M. DeJernette, Adm'r ") Plaintiff vs Notice InEn'y Kllcn Wheatloy and others. J Defendants, All poraons having claims against the estate of John 0. Wheatley, deceased, aro hereby notlfiod to produce their said claims beforo the undersigned Commleiinner at his office in Hardinsburg, properly prpven, on or beforo tho first day of March, 1890. Given under my hand as Master Commissioner of the Breckenridge Circuit Court, this 1st day of February, 1890. V, 0. Babbage, M.C'B. O. U. - ;.? v& 1 Breckenridge Circuit Court. When Baby was Blclt, wo gavo hor Cwtorln, When slie was u Child, sho crlod forJCaEtorla; ' Wheu she became Miss, she clwig to Castorls, When A othors") Plolntlff va. Notice inEa'y Milton M. Tate, & others J Defendants, All norsons having elatins against the estate of A. L. Simons, deoeased, aro hereby netlfled to produce their claims beforo the undersigned Commlti'oner, properly provenat hi office ia Hardinsburg, on or before the Srt day of March, 1890. Given under my band as Master Ccamls-slonerthe Breckenrldtf Circuit Court, VM , first day of February, 19W. . f V. U. , M. O, K. 0. 0, of Thomas F. Sattcrfield tr the had Children, she eavo them Castor). f ; 41 Call at P N. D'llny ' jewelry store and see the handsome gold watch to be given to all our cash in advAQca nnd paid up lteBew your satairtiHkM ptMtpily m4 subscribers. get A ticket in oar Grand Gift DlttritHttiOA ; a . " i 5P LOCAL. .Et The city council met in regular session last Filduy uight. Tho mayor und all tho pnc. members present. Minutes of provioua meeting read and approved. Stcnm wns rnised in tie machiuo shops City ongineer Mrj, C. YY. Fowler mn'do yesterday, t tho following report on Second street The famous Orang Blossom for salo by which was read and approved, and a copy G. W. Short. ordered sent to tl o railroad company for James C. Pearco, Constantino has been their actiou. granted a pension. CLovEnroiiT, Ky , Feb. 10. 1800; Mayor Hambleton will hold his' regular To the Mayor and Council, City of Clover-por- t, tjuanerly court next Monday. Ay. A bill has passed the House, doing away Gestlkmex: Having been instructed with Liberty Hall voting precinct, this by your honorable body to make a report county. upon tho coudition of Second street, and Both tho method and results when HOME MANUFACTURING CLOTHIERS, Farmers wl o want to raise hogs sucto make suggestions for Its improvement, Syrup ofFigs is taken; it is pleasant cessfully should read J. E. Moorman's T have the honor to submit the following and refreshing to tho taste, and acta in this issue. plans. Louisvillo, Ky. Cor. Third and Markot, gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, 1. Drainage. The east bound passenger train was five Liver and Bowols, cleanses tho sys2. Grading. hours behind time yesterday on account tem effectually, dispels colds, head-ache- s Arc still selling their Superb Clothing for 1. I Und, upon examination, that the ol a land slide just above Haweeville. and fevers and cures liahitunl property holders on the east side of Clover constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho Mr. Alex Shellman, ono of the oldest Men, Boys and Children, regardless only remedy of its kind over proand best citizens of Union Star, is re- Creek have but little to complain of; a Don't put off buying of cost. culvert is needed under tho railroad on duced, pleasing to tho tnsto and ported very sick and not likely to reFirst street, near Dr, Brown's and the to tho stomach, prompt in cover, tiny longer. Now is the water should be directed into Clover Creek its action and truly heneficial in its Mr. H. A. Duncan's little daughter died time for bargains. On the wtBt sido of tho Creek I find that effects, prepared only from the most at Owensboro last Wednecday night, after great damage healthy and agreeable substances, has been done to the propera long Illness. She was eight years and ty holders its many excellent qualities comon account of imperfect drainfive months old. mend it to all and have mado it age, notably the tquare from Poplar to The Directors of the Commercial Club Center streets. tho most popular remedy known. No special study or atare requested to meet at J. F. Sulzer's tention appears to have been given to the Syrup of Figs is for Balo in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drugthis evening at 3 o'clock. Very important sjibject at all, but the water has been alBy order of J. C. Nolte, gists. Any reliable druggist who lowed to moko its own channel. Tho may not have it on hand will proWho struck Billy Patterson, we can not topography of that portion of tbe town cure it promptly for any one who i i i i i i i i i i i i i tell; but we can positively assuro you makes it somowhat difficult to drain propi i i i i i i i i i i i i i wishes to try it. Do not accept, that if Ganter's magic chicken cholera erly, hut a great improvement can be made any substitute. euro fails, your mony will bo refunded by upon the present condition. Dentil of William Ditto, IWq. built almost on the street line, and CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. In the first place tho water from the hill 0. W. Short. Wo ore called upon to chronicle tbe it would probably damage its foundation ; SAN FRANCISO, CAL. Look out for a flood. The river ia al- road by the Baptist church and Cooper's in his case I would suggest that the street death of this gentleman which occurred at LOUISVILLE, KU NEW YORK, ft.Y. ready very high and nearly out of its residence should be sent into Clover Creek be cut back to his pavement, and that it his homo in Meade county, near Brandenbanks, and the recent hard rains of the by a culvert running parallel to the rail- be sustained by a loose stone wall, and burg, on tho night of tbe 20th of February FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS. Mr. Ditto was for a number of years the last two days makathe situation alarming,' road; also tho water from tho oast side of that steps be built at tho east end of his We nre authorized to announce People along the river and creek bottoms Elm street, thus relclving tho drains be- pavement to connect it with the pavement clerk of the Mcado Circuit Court and was low, GRORGEH. MADDEN, wnll known for entegrity and efficiency in prepare for tho worst. next to him. us a Candidate for Clerk Cuurt of Appeal) had better At Poplar street, D'Huy's corner, the of Subject to tbe action of Democratio State Rev. John McCrae, brother-in-laplaces where the grade of tho public office. His acquaintance was wide In those gra'de of the street must be lowered, as Convention. Mrs. Wm. McCrae of this city, died at his road ia above the pavement, the sido walk and to that extent he was highly regarded. per profile accompanying this report. His manners and nature were genial and t( A must be raised and tho pavement FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. home in Ness City, Kansas, Feb. 10. Mr. ditch Is needed at Vest's corner, on Cen McCrae waB known to mnny oi our citiproper precautions bo taken to drain mado him friends, who without exception and AVe arc authorized to announce ter street, east side, and the culvert on the mourn his death. zens, who will remember htm as pastor of the adjoining properly. west side of said street must be enlarged JOHN ROBERTS, He leaves a largo family, and was cut suggest that nil strtet church here many years Peesbyterian I would further of the Cltv of Louisville at a oandidato for the and straightened ; the culvert on the south crossings bo plunked the full width of the dowu before great ago bad impaired hi; the Court of Appeal), )abject to the ago. Judge of side of the road must be straightened and energies or usefulness. It seems a strange action of the Democratic party of tho Third , street. The News has contracted with W. S. mnde same size throughout. Appellate District. Providenco that takes away from society The drainage which is respectfully submitted. AH of Asbby, proprietor of the Highland Nuron the south side of railroad will flow east and his young family a man so much needWo nre authorized to announce will bo disery, for 100 fruit trees. Tbey UIGHT TO LAY PIPES. from Farmers' Holel to the sinkhole; on ' ed, and so much regretted. vided into lots of ten and given away to JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, The following ordinance was read aud the north side it must flow west to Oak to tho ofllce of B) a candidate for our paid up subscribers. Don't let your street, passing under th j A TIIKOUtill 'MCA IN. Judge of the Court of Appeal), subject to the same by a culvert approved : time expire if you want to share in our and thence under the lie It ordulned by the Mayor and City action of the Democratic party. railroad by nnotber I'roni Cincinnati to Chicago Over Grand Gift Distribution. culvert larger than tho present one; this Council of the City of Cloverport Win. K. Barne), John Ailon Murray, The I... SI. I,. .V T., To Ito Put 1. That the right and prlvllego are horeby was quite a delegation of mioers drainage and that from the south side beThere Hardlusburg. Cloverport. On About March 1st granted to the Mineral Contro Uas and ManuMr. tween Oak and in town Saturday from Victoria. Chestnut will flow down facturing Company to lay and construct ptpes, Tho new through train from Cincinnati MURRAY &. BARNES, impossible Oak on the west sido to a Pelric, the miue boss, says ii is natural outlet; mains and conduit) on, through and under to Chicago, via the L , St. L. it. T., nbout zttHsx-vv- . to get a miner to work on a national holiand instead of lotting tho water from be- all or any of tho streets und alleys of tho city day, no matter how important their work, yond the city limits flow to Oak street, it or Cloverport for tho purposo of conducting which tbero has been so much talk, will be Uardtnsburg and Cloverport, lie says he now has 125 men at work night can easily be drained south on Chestnut to and conveying natural gas along snld streets put on tho first and second Sunday in next Kentucky. month. It will leave Cincinnati about 3 and day, and with all of this force he can a natural outlet; and the wnter from and alleys. o'clock in tho afternoon and arrive in not keep up with their orders. Chestnut street north of Second should be 2. The said Company Is required to exerHenderson about 12 o'clock at night. But cise due dlllgenco so as not to datnago tho Messrs, J. F. Sulzer & Bro. and Wm. led into the same ditch. threo stopa will be made between Louisstreets or alleys. only merchants in this The water from tho school bouse hill Vest & Sous, the ville and this plnco Cloverport, Hawes-v'.ll- e HARDINSBURG, ICY. city that advertise regularly in tbe News, should be led under the railroad and out The following resolution wai read and and Owensboro. Henderton Journal JTOflice on Brick Corner. say they are satisfied that it pays, as they Poplar street to the river ; to carry off this approved. are receiving every day handsome returns water and that from the property north of Htiolttd, By tho Mayor and Council of tlo .AGENTS WANTcTr?E5?R T,1E This is the rallroad.it will be necessary (or tbe town City or Cloverport : in the way of increased trade. Bl&CKENRIDGE plain to every one that observes the busi- to lay a sewer on tbe west sido of Poplar That It U the desire of tho Council to lend SURRY street leading to the river. This is about Its official aid and encouragement to tho inness of these two houses. or Sutzen,' the enly practicable plan for dealing with auguration and promotion of all useful enter'"WEbNESDAY. FEBRUARY 2C. 1890. Mr. J. H. Hunchc, foreman of prises tending to tho welfare of tho city, and the problem, Tailoring Department, will visit CloverEagle's Best 2 Grading : There is only one plan by tbe Mayor I) hereby renuestod on all proper ZBflfflTiiafL Notice tho lubcl on your apor and port again about March 12 to 15. He will occasions to extend courtesies and Information which tho street can be placed in anything l IT seo II your limo expires tliU month. carry with him a line of samples repre- like good when he shall John Esten Cooke. as condition as it was before it to all comer), to this end, and senting a stock of piece goods, which comdeem proper, to Issue bis proclamation calling iiMmms wa This thriUlne prises all the standard and fancy styles was altered by the building of the railroad, the citizens together to confer upon alt such l'croetyal. litttorlo atorjr. wiucii us vttn produced this season. He will be pleased and that ia by lowering the grade of the matter), and to adopt means and ways to aceut of print, and line so as to, practically, conform to tbe complish these desirable ends. town'Monday. Alfred lienncn wos in to meet you at our store at the above date for which thsre bu teen such $. & grade of the street. As it is now, it is imIn the city last neck. J. T. Jones was and receive your orders, J. F. Sulzer great demand ia possible for vehicles to pass from one side A committee was appointed to nscertnin now Issued aa a. Bro. Father Hlggins went to Louisville Monday 8UBSCRUTI0N of tho street to the other, except In a very tbe cost and get bids for a new city hall BOOK, with Trent to Loulsvlllo Thursis a fixed fact for Cliai. B. Skillinan Tbe bobbin factory few places; by adopting tbe grade recommany mignlfl-ceand jail. day. Cloverport. The ground has been securmended 'in thia report, it will be possible The Treasurer waB ordered to pay eff SJSJSPjfaS. r Mr. John LUIard went to Louisville Moned near tbe machine shops, the machinnever bean a to cross at every street crossing and at $600 worth of school bonds. mora popular day. shipped and the work ery baa been ordered book throughout the Southern States than "Sonnr several places in between. The Mayor waB ordered to have an act Many yeara have passed alnca Mrs. R. It. Tierce visited Owensboro this will proceed at once. Dr. Newsom is to The plan is to begin at a point twenty passed by tbe Legislature giving tbe city or Kiou'aNxCT." the thrilling: scene herein recounted of the week. be commended for his publio spiiit and his five of valor of the Confederate Soldier, Tat deeds feet east of tbe east side of Kim street tbe right to refund the outstanding school the intereat. by those who fought with Aihby, Mr. J. L. Horn loft for Chattanooga, Tonn,, work in securing this enterprise for our at the present grade of tbe Btuart, Johnston, Deiuregard, Jackson and Lee, road, and run' ' bonds $1,800 at a lower rate of interest. Friday". In the cause for which they ao desperately and town. Tho next thing in order now is tbe ning down for five hundred and forty-fou- r bravely battled, wilt never grow less. This Iter. Steve Ilolcombo is at Mr. J. T, Skill- - barrel and stave factory. Cloverport- is feet (641), on a grade of fifty-twthriUlne story picturea not alone Joy and sorrow, HucIcIou'h Arnica Salvo (62) feet and a love sweotly told, but Is filled with hlitorio f moving slowly, but she is getting thero all man's. Tho best salve in tho world for cuts incident of tho pre it contest between the South to the mile, to the west side of Poplar bruises, sores ulcers, salt rheum, fever and the North. Hero la a book for tho old Li. tbe same. to UWmouutalns "Kile" Dollarcn returned street, tbenco down for four hundred and sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, Confederate, to recall to him tbe vivid scenes of ' ' ' ' . the greatest ClvlHYar ever known, to callback ', Monday. six feet with a grade of fifteen aud corns, and all skin eruptions, and positiveHtcwn campaign), and tell him of Ihe mighty ltov. Stove Ilolcombc. W. II. Bowmcr returned from Louisville last It is Chlaflalna. dear to tho memory of every one who (15.G) feet per mile, to east side ly cures Piles, or no pay required. " man ' cll known and remarkablo 1 bid tho Gray, ' . guaranteed to cive perfect satisfaction, or wore"Surry of Eagle' Nest " will find a welcome .Thursday. of Center street, thcuce up for four hunbecan a series of meetings in this city last Price 26 cents per box, In every Southern home. That it may bo within money refunded. fifty-niV. 0. llabbagc, of Hardmsburg, 1) Judge dred and (459) feet, on n grade the low Monday night and will remain with us for For sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., the reach of evory one, it Is published atyolumk. in tho city. taioEOP $t, though a liboe, imxdkouk of twenty-thre- e and (23.2) feet and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky, ptosecuting bis work. a while BIAlmrUIXT ILLUSTBiTED 10 ILIOlNTLr DOUSD. per mile to east sido of Oak street, and Miss Ilattlo May, of Uardtnsburg, is visitSOLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION. His first address give an account of his A KEAI.IiY VMI.irAIH.K POl.NT. A the demand for this old ravosmc book , ing the Misses Hall. ' thence up for four hundred and sixty-eigh- t t whtch Aiu Uen out of prxnt io long, will be large, jife while a professional gambler and the (4C8) feet on a grade of from thirty-thre- e ltov. W. 0. Dunn, of Louisville, Is hero asor a l'laln Ittikl-licand applications for agenclea very numerous, all A Seliklblo View ''chief of sinners,' and was in tbe inimitwho desire to act a Agent should write for terms sisting In the meeting, t " and eighteenths (33.8) to forty-foand l'ropokltloii. and quickly aeoura choice of territory. able Style of "Steve" Holcombo, which is (44 9) feet per mile, depending Prof. Augustus Brown and Tom Kendall peucliar to himself alone. His account of nine-tentThis is what 'A Successful Merchant' G. W. DILLINGHAM, Publisher, i&jt. 33 Went 23d St., New York. on whether tho railroad company would says in the 'Men's Outfit :' "Nothing is went to Brandenburg Friday. his conversion from his wicked ways was rather cut six or eighteen inches at the high that will produco a profit. If exMiss Blanch Frank, of Tobln's Bottom, spent impressive while very, very simple. A FARMERS FREE COLUMN. eatt side of Chestnut street. On tbe pro- pending $100 a year in advertising will several days in town this neck. preacher called him "brother'' in a pleasfile this line is Bhown by the black dotted cause an increased net of 1 200, it ia a magMr. Sam Board, of Webster, passed down on ant and earnest way, and set him to thinkFor Sale Fresh cow and young calf, gocd " line. the train Monday for Owensboro. J, O. Stephens, IIoll, Ky. nificent return. My experience ia that tbe milker. , ing. A touch of humar. and christian The word grade in this report refers to ratio ia much larger. I have tested the Miss Sallio Pumpbrey was the guest of Mr). sympathy reached down into his soul, and the top of tho tie, 11. N, Hudson several days this week. matter in every way, I began by not adwaked it into n realization of his life and I would further suggest that every street vertising at all, and I confess that it waa Mcssm. K. 0. Richardson and J. B. Biggs, its consequences. A splendid Creek Ilottoin Farm, lying on crossing be so graded that vehicles may your examble which led me to do so. tho waters of Clover Crook, one mllo end a half of Union Star, were in town Monday, To say that the house was packed does from Cloverport adjoining William S. Allen. Tho crowd overflowed tho cross from ono side of tho street to tho Then I tried signa on country roads, and Miss Nellie Burks, of Addison, is visiting not express it. Is well Also that all street crossings for tbey brought in some out of town folks who It contains 80 acres inoro or less. her siller, Mr). Br. Long, at Louisville. in front of the. church, and all other. adapted for fruit or for a stock farm. Tbcro "sidewalk foot passengers be replaced, notably tho didn't know me before, but did not inIs a lino Locust drove of about 8 acres, also a w Mr. J.J. Montague, formerly of the Planindications point to overflowing houses Gne Ilcach drovoand somo Poplar and Hickory school crossing near J. D, Babbago's resiI tried hand-billfluence town people, ter House, Owensboro, was here last week. during the coming services. This timber lays on the creek and timber. dence. but the distribution was not good unless I can le easily marketed, This Is a valuablo W. D. Holt loft for Naples, Mr. and Mrs. l.piilNVlllc, IIurdliiHuurir and WestBe.inniug at Elm street, I find that sent my own dorks out with them, and llttlo place and tho purchaser can mako his Florida, Thursday to bo absent soveral months money out of it from the salo of tho ern Charter, where tho road Is in cut, that part of the that waB loo expensive. I found that Will sell cheap for cash. If you want timber. a barMiss Mary Lamar from near Lowisport has It seems that tbe original charter of this street on the south side has not been left though the hand-bilcheap enough, gain In a farm now Is your chanco. For were been the guest of tho Misses Sawyer for severinformation nddrcis company is defective, and that additional in a condition that it can be used at all, the cost of the boy's lime and the bills to- further al days, W. K. MOItTON, legislation is necessary in order to raise and I would suggest first, that the council gether exceeded that of an equal space ltov, J.C. Lawson vtas in town Thursday. Kock Lick, Ky. funds to pay the principal and interest of establish tbe correct line of said street und and distribution by the newspaper. He went to Patesvlllo Friday to hold a nuarter- -' (fOO.OOQ) voted in aid of fix a standard width for tbe sidewalks the county bonds Thuti I couldn't be all the time getting NOTICE! FARM FOR SALE. 1 ly there. that road. No provision was made in tbe thereon; second, have tbe railroad comup and distributing tho bills, and to what P, 0. Brashear, of Owensboro, spcnt'several charter and no power was granted to levy pany to grado the south aide of said street interest they did excito was spasmodic and In Ilreckenrldge County, Ky., days with old friends and relatives at his old on tbe a tax to meet the payment of the bonds, back to the properly line, and the north temporary, while tho newspaper was a per- of a mile from Stephonsport, a town consisthomo this week. Ohio river und L.,St. L. 3c T. H. R., aud as the law now stands, it will be a sido also, in case it ia not already done. sistent advocate. Not only that, but I be- ing of 15 acres. Flno fruit and stock, farm Mrs. L.fcL. Smith, of Owensboro, passed difficult matter to get the money to pay I propose that the ties be imbedded their came convinced that tbe newspaper anwith Ave never falling springs on It. Tho ImHer through the city enrouto to Hardlusburg. consist of one either bonds or interest. Interested parties full depth, so that their upper surface shall nouncement was more influential than tho provements rooms, stablo'nndframe dwelling " bouso of Ave tobacco barn. hukiiand met her hero Sunday on her return are taking steps to gat an. amendment to bs flush with the ground, and that the street-flye- r. It lent somewhat of its own Also plenty of good frultof nearly all kinds. tbe charter from the present Legislature to street slopes each way frcm the center dignity and respectability to whatever was Which can bo bought fo?"$1.25n $500 cash In .T. 0. Harris, head book keeper at tbe ma- f , hand and threo years timo on tho remainder. with a fall of one foot in twenty to the said in its columns. .hltin tlintm. cams un with his fuiullv from rectify matters. . , ,.., aARDNUU HAWKINS. Apylyto curb line ; and that the curbing, wherever into the Ujran Henderson Friday ' there is any now.be made of rough dressed LucKy Ilainllou I.aillcv. JVoiv Timo Card. house; A new time table has been issued by the stone, tbe tops of which aball bo flush with The Times received word today that Mr, wont to Frankfort Monday, J 1), 650 ncrcs of land, in ono mllo of Webster railroad, and went into ef- the outer edge of the sido walk, substantialL. St. John B. Young, of .S3 Hannah street, HU.lltllejjQa David acoompanlod him as far as W ly as shown in the figure. I would also west, had been so fortunate as to bold a Station, L., St. L. k T. railroad. In good fect Sunday at C o'clock a. m. Tbe mornEoilsvllla to v)sitthis grandma, Mrs, 'Amanda' " ing train$tnail andexpress No, 62, east suggest that tbe side walks be cut down winning ticket In the Louisiana Stato community, in good state of cultivation, 'jFlahcrat Mrs. Conway's, reporter A called on churches, schools and shops convenient. bound tyWfrrtliVity an;5 a, ia. West until they are four inches below the center Lottery. .," Charlie and Percy Besrd, of Hardlusburg, T. B. Henderson, bouiul2jjgtfl:38 a. ftx Tte evening of the street, which, as tho street is to slope Mr. Yma, who informed the T!mea Address, pasted through thU'clty Monday enroute to ifcfe. Webster, Ky. Mweiccejt Sunday one foot is twenty, will place them just representative that his wife and her sister Louisville. Thtk excuse for coming this war eight inches above the street at the curb had taken cbnnco in the great lottery, tajSsed their train, but the truth west b&mfrass at 9.5C p!M. JhW.beWd was that '(hey Mne ; also that tbe property owners be to taeklo the "Grand No. 51 at 6:1 1 p, to. JhftjMpl and the drawing taking place on Dec. 17tb. is they w;ee nfrs-chelee as to whether he wants bis The ticket was a 2.000,000 Hickory Spokes. o frowlhelr city. of No. train leaves Louisvifecn 3 a a: tht) Trunk' lot frtwt stojwd back or sustained by a ' eJpiMW at G:45 p, v , " and drow the capital prize of f 500.000 foot Hickory lumber. ." loose sWm wall ; in either cse,Jihe fences ' j3 nam wjct 600,000 feet Oak lurcher. The ladies received the naoney $15,-00- 0 wt worn ), ttmr tjooa for notniBtr TJwt) is no humbsgabcut our premiums s & Or m at M expfsse to the property vS promptly froma New OrleB bank 100,000 Cerds of Hickory Butts.' 117 1N3J : i HM Mnw OOIllllir. They fcll go without Mokey asd without owner. I'ifoaW exoept Lillard's from the by draft through one of our leading 6nks For dimensions and prices, address. JJBKMflrW UtotrMirrjiits. Wtr ! " , BfllW. SoM priee to ItWfc Ht Br Iv a, got at paid up wtMiribjrjr. above plan. on. account of his louse being here. UnmihoH lOn) TiattsJatMiary 1. Owkxsbkoro Wheel Co, , " iHr iu twuH'inv. A. A Rcud the jJtfajwEQ IIIUJVITirS. lint of nil Is ou fourth CITY COUNCIL. III l l t l I I l l l i I I l M I ITTTTTTrT I l I I M I I II I l I l I I I I I f Tho pay train passed down yesterday, Nnw' LL OTJ23 ' nop BusinessBazoo sieikej's blast BBG BAZOO OK THK Julius Winter Must not be permitted to get rusty for want of exercise, so a 4- - A Hf li Just to prove to ourselves and friends that we hav'nt lost the knack. Thoiune is The Last Hows of Winter ! Are what we propose to blow out and blow in BANK NOTES And vc propose to play it for every note there is in it. -- . The Last Rows of Winter Goods nt That linger on our shelves must go with the season. I I I u i i I i i i A.a9 f b V A n With " till jjj g0F- BUT YOU MUST MAKE. em I WE MAY MIEAK m w SULZER'S Cloverport, re-se- Kentucky. rii "" BRYANT & STRATH! Business College B Jloolt Keeping, Short Hauil, Telegraphy, te Writo flr Vatuloguo unit full htformution. AIlltMIII & E K. 'f J, R. BASSETT & BRO., LEITCnFIELD, KY. DOORS, Attorneys SASH, BLINDS, EOUGH DEESSED LUMBER. and Dr. J. T, BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, NEWS. Roofing - Building Material - !; MS W-A-T- t. BTOBY ESTIMATES furnished at low prices. SHIPMENTS made directly from Planing- Mill to any point. S. I TISFA (J TIOjY ASS URED. KK MOISI M 4it. OVERCOATS! Overcoat you need now, or at any time in the near future, you should call at Witt's. He's marked them His motto is never way down and they are bound to go, to carry goods over from one season to another. They So here's your opportunity to get must go at some price. You mint take the cash along an Overcoat very cheap. tho to get it or its cquivelent, Produce. He also has a large stock of Ladies' and Gent's winter If its an illuitra-tlona.Tliereli- - o 'L UNDERWEAR that ho says must go along with the Overcoats. He has cut the price on these goods and they must leave. But this advertisement don't tell the story near so well as the goods and prices, so it is best that you see them. Call early and avoid the rush. six-tent- hs w ne two-tent- hs ur hs xT. A. WFTT, Hardinsburg, Ky. OO., i . a Farm For Sale. FA.K.K.1T 3FC3-- . INDIANAPOLIS, IND. J Price, $18.00 at Factory, Cash with Order. Strictly No. 71 ls Warranted. All hecond drowtli Hickory, Firct-Clns- Utnnl A Low ISont Beat Perfectly Balanced Arms. Long, Easy Hiding, Oil Tempered Sprliic llcst WlicoU and Jlest AH Over. IP YOU CANT FIND THEM FOR SALE BY YOUR MERCHANTS, v1ta n.ul TlnM IPk! 0 !1 vrt"! LcnSaaa . -- V V csE A sL -- s& WHITE US. three-fourt- A Sure Hog Cholera Preventive. J. E. MOORMAN'S , t fc- --. Hog Cholera, PreYQiTLtrye" bf ,' and-move- For Sale. LiT, t traJiAxpre. ed Wanted. one-fortie- th 98,-45- 5, G00,-00- 0, . iuufs rst Will provent tbe ravages of Cholera on any farm stock, and, In soma cases will cure Cholera, although no trill not Insure it to do o. It has been tried and thoroughly tested by many of the farnrer? In UrecVcartdge and Hardin eoan-tland has novcr failed, Uelorr are the names of some of bur farmers vrbo have tested Its merits s John Meador, Dolph Jones,, Illg Springs Hob English, Dr. O, Z. Aud, Ceclllftn ; Obai, Hardanay, Uewleyrllle. ,..'" Experience teaches us that Hog Cholera can no be cured except la rare cases j this U merely a preventive which, If given according to directions, wo warrant to preservojhe fteatb It Is put up In sacks at 12Ji cents por pound,.will keep tweafyu'vq 4 hogs healthy for a year. , , ir 'XOKNT8 Beard Jt Heeler, Hardfnsburg j O. W. Short, Cloverport J Joo Joals, KocUvale. ' ' Manufactured by os Twenty-flvc-poun- '.". 17 ( ,' J! or J. E. MOORMAN, Owensboro, Ky. rfr . a A? 'V, ,4.l.-,- .iJ-- U 1 Indigestion not only n distressing IS it so If, tint, by cnnMiiK complaint, of tlm Mood to Htciu en. torouia uVpravi'tl nml tlio Is tlio jinri'iit of Inntiini'rnljlo tnntnriln. That Aycr's Sursn.mrlltn Is the best euro fur Indigestion, ecn when cotnplii'nletl with LlvurCoinnlnlnt, is proxed by tin following testimony from Sirs. Joseph Luko, of lliockwuy Centre, Mich.: "Liver complaint nnd Indigestion mndo my life n burden nnd cmno near ending rny existence. For inoro than four j ears I suffered nntold ngony, wm reduced almost to a skeleton, and linrill v bad strength to drag lnjsolf nbont. All kinds of food distressed me. and only tho most dellcnto could bo digested at nil. Within the time, mentioned several physicians treated mn without giving relief. Nothing that I took senmed to do nny priiiaiieiit good until I eominoneeil the use of Ayer's Snrinpnrllln, which has produced wondeiful rrsnitH. Soon nfter cotnmenelng to Inko tho S.irxnpa-llll- a I ciinld siM an Improveinent in my condition. h appetite begnn to return nnd with it mum tho ability to digest nil tho food taken, my strengtli rneh day. ami after a few months of failhrul iiitrtitlon to jour directions. I found mjRelf a well woman, able to attend to all household duties. The medii ine bus glxeli mo u new linso of life " ill ,. - - . .. ' ' ... I ' a ' I , '" "'' - " " '. " ' - ROCKVALE. ha Grippe! la Grippo! 'Will it never cease ? The depot will not he at Mr. lK'ar.'. They hnvo Wided tlmt Carwile's will ho n more convenient plncp. Mrs. II. II. Dean, who hni been q'lite ill for several months past, we are glad to report much improved. Our representative, Tico Jolly, was visiting bis home last week I heard a young lady say that it would never do lor him to be a bachelor. Bro. Chas. Heed preaches at Goshen church every Sundiy. Mr Veunie Moorman return "1 Monday from Louisville, where he ing school. Misses Klla to Lotiisvillo several wetK. bells. his been attend- 0en nnd list Annn Dean went Monday to he absent book out tor the weuiiing 9 f V Mr Henry Deiiaven, of Millwood, Ky., was the guest of Mr. add Mrs W. It Moorman Sunday. Mr. Chas Bland is visiting of Mr. K. II. Dean. flrcen Kays nud llio Optic Nerve. Ilcrr Kbcrs, n German experimenter, has fouud that tho liiiuuu pyo i inoro wnsitivo to green ra) of light tlinu to red rny, nud to ml inoro than to bluo rays. Blnoo tho red rn)snie those of longest vvavo length, nnd tho bluo those of short st warn length, it follows that tho oyo is most suseeptlblo to tho rays of medium length. This fact inny explain why It I that Mtno pcoplo lu passing by a hedge or paling through which tho suit Is shining, soiuotlmesseo n succession of green nnd red IlaMios In tho oyes. Tho green rays of tho sunlight which pierco tho openings In tho fence may stlmuhto tho optio uervo first, while tho lelmvs nro perceived n moment later. Again it may account for tho beautiful phenomenon of tho "green rny" (rayon vert) on which Jules Vcrno has built ono of bis charming tales. Tho grocn ray Is a flash of emerald light which appears to proceed from tho glowing disk of tho sun just ns its upiicr limb vanishes below tho sea. It Is only seen in certain states of tho weather, and tho lied sea is n Rood place to watch for it, Somo hnvo supposed itduo to n. reaction of thooptlo nerve, on tho withdrawal of tho sunbeams, but sinca it can bo seen just beforo tho sun rises fiom tho sen, or oven from behind n o mountain, it is inoro likely to bo n of tho greater sonsltivcness of tho oyo to tho green llghtof tho fcolnr spectrum. conso-quenc- ' ' - - rirrrwiiii II ..., - BIBm,BnMB'rMMHH,BaM1MMl"MMMftMH - OTOMACKEB, 9ILM0RE & Wholesale 319 A m bri3ckhirid(hi mGrocers, CO.. - a 6s 3S1 "W. , LOUISVILLE, KY. SPECIAL ATTENTION fclVEN TO FILLING ORDERS. .. . 3ain. St., OTTIEB GKEBaSTID i ., k H. W. HERNDON & CO., ffl Produce k deneral No. Coimi'ii $300 TO $500 -- ran GIVEN TO OUR- - 7 .V, the family L'ck last of a llio Violin Workers. In Markucukrichcn, with its surrounding .t Ayer's Sarsaparilla, l, rncrAiiEii ct J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowe!, Mast. frier $1 , lit bot lc, $J. Worth $1 a bottle. The Wheelers mtt week. nt Hock Can any one tell me she emblem four-lea- f clover? Who was your valentine? was persuaded by a friend 10 y n Oil" for neuralgia and headache, I found It n great relief after u few applica I cheerfully recommend lions. it to nil wbo who likewise suffer. J II McGIIHE To unfortunate chr n c coughers we ret" ommend the timely use f Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. 'I'i cenU I "Sul-vntio- Breckenridge News lload the flovelctte Till Forger's Bride! HV- Virtue of Kctl r'nilrrivear. 1 he popular beliel in the sanitary t IK ency of red underwear is a clinging superstition, nothing more Red was i'i ancient times considered n potent charm nguinst the evil eye. At one time in the sixteenth century, when the evil eye was esteemed to be especially triumphant in Knglnud, there was a boom in red tape which it has never since experienced Slany people to ih:s day belive that a red string worn about the neck is a sure preventative of asthma, measles and mumps The relics of this old faith ure today best preserved in the confidence which obtains in the medical virtues of red Manuel, and n not so widespread belief that the milk ol a red cow is better than tlmt of any other cow As to red llinnel it has the tingle merit over other colots that the dyeing material used dejtrojs all xcstice of animal life in the wool, nud that re I fUnnel will not shrink as white II winel does Interview with n St. Lotiii Doctor villages, Klingenthnl, Fleissen, Rohrbach and Qraslitz, in Saxony, aro about 16,000 peoplo w ho do nothing el.so day after day but ntnko violins. Tho inhabitants, from tho little urchin to tho old gray beaded man, tho small girl and tho old grandmother, all aro engaged In making somo parts of a llddlo. A good instrument consists of sixty-tw- o different pieces. Tho older men mako tho finger board 'i om ebony, nnd tho string holder or tho throws. Tho small boys muko themselves useful by looking nftcr tho gluo pot. A mnn with strong, steady hands and n clear oyo puts tho different pieces together, and this is the most difllcult tusk of nil. Tho women generally occupy themselves ns polishers. This requires long practice, and a family who has n daughter who is n good polisher is considered forttmnto. Even Ina young man, when ho goes quires whether tho young gill is n good polisher, and if sho Is, it certainly vv ill Incrcnso his affection for her at least twofold. Tho polishing takes n good deal of time, somo of tho best violins being twenty and oven thirty times polUhod. Every family has its peculiar stylo of polishing, and they never vary from that. There is ono that makes nothing but a deep vviuo color, another a citron color, yet another nn ornngo color, nnd so on. Lovviston 3vEJDEec3:i.3srTS- 144 Third St., Louisville, Ky V Paid Up Subscribers All old subscribers who Pay Up to date and One Year in advance to have a ticket in our Drawing - NOTICE EXTRAORDINARY! GUARD GIFT TO ALL FIHDT(DIRAFll NOW nCAPKRS OF THE NEW YOKE W. W. BROOKS, IN I will make Photographs any kind or style, CLOVERPORT. Cabinet, Card, Daisy or Tintypes at reasonable prices. Alio large work of any kind or style. Knlargcmeats made from old pictures and I also moke Crayon Porframed for $2.51) laving eighteen years experience In traits, Photography, I will try to muko Photos or any other work to plcaso ono and all. Oira me n call. Now located over MARTIN'S URUll STORK. Cloverpott, Ky Fireside THD Most Popular Family Journal in the United NOW States. I It Painting, $ IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE lo IfOttery Scheme 1 ! V Journal. GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for I'rlce A 8S.OO n Ycnr. . Any person sending tis $3.00 for n year's MiWiiptiou will reecho - ROSE TERRY. It will snortly appear in mis Paper. Finely Illustrated. I'erf ini'MI 'I l'nrii;riiili. he Critic ol . S, .S. entireli vegetable, contains no minerals or p :on of any kind, nnd Guilds up the sj stem from the first dose 1M It cures Cancer of the Skin No other remedy or tren'ne t x a- - ever knowi t. I'iw Mroii); I'olnls Ii is Senator Wortham lias shown mutual ability for n new legislator He lias taken high rank in the .Senate fiovernor liuckner It did not surprise me when the hornets were stirred up. My message dealt solely with fuels as shown I on the records. hiive simply done my duty. cures Hereditary Il'ood Taint even in the third and fourth gereratii ns. No other remedy has ever done it. I'b It has never failed to eradicate Scrofula (or King's Lvil) in all its forms from the system 5th. It cures contagious Bloid I'oison in all its stages by eliminating the horrible viniB from tho sjstetn. thus giving relief from nil the consequences of this bane of the human family "Ml blood had Wn so out of order during the summer ol IKHS that I virtually I had no appetite had no health at nil nothing I ate ugreed with me I was fee ble puny, una auuys feeling bad I tried various remedies without receiving nny benelit, until at length I commenced on Swilt's Specific iS S S) That medicine increased my weight from 155 pounds to ITT pounds in a few months, and made me as well and healthy as any man living. S. S. S is undoubtedly the greatest blood pur fier today on the Americau continent. to cure it .11 It Shilling Shoes by Steam. During a recent trip to New York city a sign in front of a Sixth avenuo barber shop, rending, "Shoes sliiucd by steam whilo you wait," nttiuctcd my attention, and wonder ing what next would bo introduced in tho lino of labor saving machinery, I walked in. On a boot stand, such as are found in all tho hotels, was u low of nickel plutcd machines, about two feet Kpinro. I placed my foot Into nu opening, my foot resting on nn Iron stand; tho man in attendance turned on the steam, and a set of stilT revolving brushes wero sot in motion, and In a jiiry m y boot was cleaned of tho accumulation of mud and dust. 1 thn took out tho foot nnd placed It nn ft lest, whilo tho oivmtor apby hand In tho plied tho blacking I then stuck tho old fashioned wa foot into another mnehino just hko tho first. and in lest, than a uiiuuto my boot (bono liko ebony, nnd tho thino lasted ull day. Tho wholo ojK'iatlon of cleaning nnd shilling was dono in less than tluco minutes. Tho brushes aro on cylinders liko thoso v lilch wei o used in tho hair brushing machines so popular fifteen or twenty iears ago. Interview in St. Louis Globc-Deinocia- t, BEAUTIFUL GHHOMO Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer. Cement, Michigan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, Meissonier's or Great "FBIEBUND: Slo of Chromo -- 1807." tlx'Jl Indies. Pine & Poplar Shingles al- Brick, Plow Handles, Pire Flooring ways kept nn hand. Orders by cash promptly tilled. This snpoi li picture, equal to nn oil painting, nml suitable for framing, Is copied fio'n onu of the 1110U fiuuoui productions of Ihe iciiti-s- t nrlM of modern times. Tho or'gln il plcliuo cost $00,000. Tlio chromo i 1111 evict copy of it ml nlo ne Is worth Ihe wholo cot of 11 year's subscription to Tim: Kiiiiwiii: Companion. 11 BABBAGE'S Bargain-:-Column! Tut: FiiiKiii: Compxniox mnlntnins Its position ns llio best paper of its class In Am it'ii. It contains You get value received for your money in one of the Best County Papers published in the State, and then we give you a ticket which entitles you to a chance in the drawing. We have adopted the Drawing method of distributing the Presents, because it is the only fair way of doing it. lilh ! 1 THE BEST STORIES hy PLAN OF DRAWING. A duplicate of every ticket sold is placed in a box and in another box cards with the names of all the prizes. Two little boys or girls' will be selected to do the S For Spot Cash Only. i Captain ".lack" Gross I don t believe you can etop gumhhng There is something in the Kentucky nature that makes them love the sport II a man wants I to gimble, why, and alco to dispose of some mountain hind for a client ol mine Mi njured leg' Oh. I II have its doing splendidly. an artificial foot in a few weeks and it will he difficult to tell that I'uve not two good feet Miarpe cleared about $1.1, (100 in one transaction ut Middle.sborough This one glorious whill ol the boom bret?e was enough to lift him body and breeches out ol Dick Tute's boots 1 fay let him gamble Secretary Matt Adims going to l'ineville to attend court I rm Navy of tlio I'uturo. A dlstingui-hc- d naval officer says: "It Is my opinion that tho war ship of tho futuro will bo a v cssel that will sink out of sight whenever sho wants to, and 'bob up seicnely' when tho danger is ovor. It is qulto impo&sl-bl- o to put enough armor plating on a vessel to keep out shot nnd shell. A ship can't carry it nil and Ho it. We've got to givoupthe Idea of trying to mako a ship Invulnerable, or any tiling approaching it; for Invulnerability wo shall have to substitute invisibility. When tho ship of tho futui o discharges her guns, tbu will immediately 'tako a header' and keek a now xsitiou. Science is bound to master tho pi oblcm some day. Already havo been designed on a small scale that can keep under water for an hour or inoro on a stretch without nny discomfort to tho Tills distinguished crow." nnval oliicer might havo frankly confessed that ho owod this bright Idea to Frank Stockti n Boston Transci ipt. vos-ic- ls llio 5 t Do., lead pencils for 5 cts. Quires Note pape for 25 cts. A MJUC AN AUTHORS 'I'lie Pulpit and llio Mngc. Itev. P. M. Shrout, Pastor United Breth-ere- n Church, Blue Mound, Kan., says: "I feel it my duty to tell what wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has. done for me. My Lungs were badly diseased, nnd my parishioners thought I could live only a I took five bottles of Dr. few weeks. King's Nrw Discovery and am sound and well, gaining 2fi pounds in weight. Arthur Love, Manager Love's Funny A 1 fe. Is lloiiituicii I, After the battle of Buena Vista, General itbari Tailor, whose daughter married Jefferson Da is ngainst her father's wish, is snid to have remurked to the then Colc-nDavis, "Colosel you have saved the day. God bless you ' When Dollie would have you. she wus a better judge of a man than I was" Undoubtedly those words of the bluff (Id Mexican and Indian fighter express the feeling of every native southern family toward the man whoso whole was deeded to her, and she is now ocenpj-in- g life is eo interwoven with their history that a few rooms in it, renting the remain- they can well soy, we ore the best judges And whether n pub der of the house for enough to exist on of the man's worth She is doing hewini; and embroidering for lie monument is ever raised to bis memory Rime of her old friends, and I lime heard or not, every southern family should have it said that boquels plucked from her little a monument of him all their own, in ihe We girden were readily bought by those who form of a good portruit for framirg have just received from tho publishers, I. wanted to assist her &, The resignation of "Tom" Henry from S Johnson Co , Tl Custom House street, Boston, Mass , a very Ute portrait likethe position of Clerk of I ho Appellate Court, winds up aBcimdal that will always ness of Jefferson Davis, with autograph be a disgrace to the Democratic party of signature. The ublisher assure us the for them On account of bis drunken p'ates for it were engraved the State by one of the most famous houses habits he had not been in his oflice for The size is 12 x 10 years, bis deputies pensioning him off and in America. dividing the fees. Meisrs I'ooro and and has every appearanco of an exIt is suitable Gaines were parties to that transaction quisite Sepia Etching for framing to hang in any pirlor or libraThey ought not to be by the ry in our laud The publishers propose people placirg the poitiaits for sale in the bunds of overy druggist and genernl storekeeper llpocli. in the South, so that people can convenThe transition from long, lingering and iently get them Ask your nearest dealer painful sickness to robust health marks an for II be has not got them, urge him one epoch in the life of the individual Such to write Johnson A. Co., ns above, about a remarkable event is treasured in the them , or, the publishers will send one to memory and the agency whereby the good any address postpaid on receipt by them health has been attained is gratefully bless- of 25 cents in stamps. Write your name Ilence'lt is that so much is heard In postoflice and ed slato plainly. pralso of Electric Bitters. So many fee! Old Chronic Coughs are relieved more they owe their restoration to health, to the Alterative and Tonic If speedily by "O. C. C. Certain Cough use of the Great Cure" than any other remedy. Sold by you are troubled with any disease of Kid-nLiver or Stomach, of long or short G. W. Short el heart-brokeei The report ol tie Legislative committee in the Jackson case was as remnrkable piece of puerile nsinmiiy as ever come under '1 be Critic's notice. In an ellurt to plntate all interests, three distinct reports uere brought in, and there isn t one of tli em that wouldn't cause a twelve car-ol- d boy to be decorated with a dunce-ca- p for acknowledging its authorship The whole affair is hardly worth the not ce of a respectable newspaper. There is grent fympathy in Frankfort n She is a for Mrs. Tate. woman, and the kindness of Iriends can not lighten her sorrow. When her father died be left her a small sum of money, with which she purchased a cottuge li John Bli.imx, No I I'i Norih State St , Chicago, ill " Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free SWIFT SPECIFIC CO , Atlanta, Ga. The .lelfersmi l writes: "After a thorough trial and convincing evidence, I am confident Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, beats 'em all, and cures when everything else fails. The greatest kindness I can do my many thousand friends is to urge them to try it. Free trial bottles at G W. Short's, Cloverport, and J. A. Witt's, Ilardinsburg. Regular sizes 00c. atid $1.00. Whatever a purchaser can possibly want that is rich atid fine as well as what is utc-fand cheap, he expects to find described for him in the paper. Philadelphia Times. Set Goblets for 25 cts. A good white slnit unhundrccl for 39 cts. Gent's Undct shirts for 39 cents worth 50 cts. Wash Dowels and Pitchers, best Stone China for 85 cts. worth .$ 1 00 Stone China Vegetable Dishes se ci a! shapes wot th 15 20 30 .Q will bell for 12 15 20 30 Glass Lamps complete for 20, 25, 30, 35 cents. Set Glass Tumblers for 15 cts. Gold band Cream Pitchers only 20 cents. Plain Stone China Cream Pitchers 12 cts. Large size Stone China Pitcher 39 cts. worth 50 cts. Two-quar- t gold band pitchers only 45 cents. Glass Fruit Saucers for iS cents. Glass Pickle Dishes 5 cents. Glass Molasses Stands 20, 30 imp 40 cents, very cheap. Glass Preserve Stands 15, 25 and 30 cents, a bargain. Wall Paper and Border to cover a mud iu sized room, only .f t.oo., Gent's Linen Collars only 10 cts. Linen Cuffs per pair 15 cts. Decorated Parlor Lamps for $2,00 I Iho-scontributors ivlio nro to wilio rxclMitrfy for The New Vihik Fimxnn Companion may be mentioned Among Miss Laura Jean Tjtbbey, author of "Miss Middleton's Lov-c"That Pretty Young Girl," etc.; ," "Old SlcuMi," Irs. Mary : whoso dotectivo 11 stories havo obtained for him wofld-wid- o reputation; I j 12. IJryan, thogift-- i author of "Mnnch," "Undo IV While Child," etc. j ' 1 author of " Jdu Chalonor's Heart," ami other famous stories; s.l.ucw Katulall Comfort, or " The Pearl and "l'loncr tuul Jewel," - One will draw from the box containing the tickets the other from the box containing the prizes. A ticket will be drawn out and at the same time a prize. If the prize drawn out is the Wagon, the drawing. f. .Urs. Alex. McVeigh Miller, i.titlmiI tho ctc.j Ilu-liy- ." .'.vs. tle of ' Ilia Fairy Queen," l.ight-llous- lizabt'tli Stiles, o nbove-rnciitione- il "Tho Lass," eta author Litnu-iji- Tlio winks of tho will iippc.ir In no other jout mil. Watch, the Suit of Furniture, or any one of the prizes, it will go to the person holding the number of the first ticket drawn out and so on until all the tickets are drawn out. A K Kv Half-doze- n Tin. Ni.w Yoitu FiitnstuR Companion Mill iiImi L'oiiIiiIii Sciinls, Sketches, nud iitllcli's by the following well known vl. II-III- LIST OF PRIZES hT.l Two-horsc 1 111 ul worth $3.00. Turkish prunes only 5 cents a pound. 3 Pounds dried peas for 10 cts. 16 Pounds New Orleans sugar for if 1. 00. Subscribe for the Bueckknmd(ie News." Try our hams, the finest in the market. , A splendid mixed tea for" 50 cts. N the story, a pound. DurtCKKNninGji The Nkws, Weekly Courier-Journand a Leonard ticket in our Grand Gift Distribual tion, for $2.00. Heath's Fortune, Which will shortly with Ui varied and txctlltnt contents, it a litrary ' in iltelf, It was indeed a happy thought to print an entire novel In each number. Not a short novelette, but a long iforjr such as you are used to get in booh form and pay from one dollar to one dollar and a halffor. Not only that, but with each number jou ge an abundance of other contributions, which gives you a good m sgatlne besides the novel. The ringing blows which have been struck on the gateway of popular favor, have resoundn throughout the entire land, and to day Llppln celts Magatlne stands in the front rank ej monthly publications, and Is the most widely publication of its kind in th, world. For full descriptive circular!, addies magazine, Phiiadeipm $3 00 per year, 35 cts, single- number. The publisher of this paper will receive yu, J T IPl'INCOTrS MAGAZINE, -- dp Iwpubllshod these columns, in Rebecca Harding Davis Thoroughly sustains her reputation as a Novelist of ur'Ncorrs the highest rank. subscription. - h, will jurolj find rolief by use of Electric Bittera. Solent 00c. and $1 per bottle at G, W. Short'e, Cloverport, Ky and J. A Will's. Uardmsburg, Ky, atanding-you The following is a partial list of the prizes. Others wilt he added as '" ' ,' ' we make arrangements for them. One Farm Wagon, spring scat and brake. :. 1:. itoiioK. .4 ,11 IH. I!. Itlll-lft- t One Suit of Furniture, three pieces, antique oak, very handsome. CollillN, ' tllsii-If.il; IknlliiN, ' J ,! ' One Gold Watch for either lady or gentleman. K:ilu .11 Clctiry, F 711. Stanley, Clmrloflu One Sewing Machine complete, with all the attachments. DC. V. Illll, One Hundred Fruit Trees. ' K11I0 A. .lordiui, "tea DeuiM', One Suit Clothes. '( $ Shirley Hrowm, One hundred Horse Books. AiiiuiIm'1 EMiIkIiI, HI iij It. illiicUvnzio, Fifty cakes super Toilet Soap. . gA V. .lltillltiuil, . ,!!! One Lady's Saddle. , .llnry T. j Annie AnIiiiioim. One Man's Saddle, Mi.Jto'W' 'nrl IIHcKolt, yjnc now. A1iiii II. I.IkIiIihm. , " ":-"pri:lli'i' S'il Kenneth, One Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, latest edition. ", ,11 TH. I'ilMtlc.V llrSMlt'll, A rl lint' I.. Itf cii'n i', !'. One Handsome Steel Engraving. JTI. 1&X Two Tuition Certificates in Evansvillc Httsiness College.' Tlio H'Micc. of ihe forrinot nitUts ol '' ' nnd the ll.e tiny liiie lien One Scholarship in Commercial College, Lexington, TKy. W ' lie of higher degree of c.v celleiu'o tlinu can be found In nny oilier One Lovcll Washing Machine. ,1?.-peiiodletil. a . V The list is not near completed. Many other valuable and useful ar. ' FVKIIV M'Mllflt U1SCOUII8P. nr t'cles will be added from time to time as they come in i" U, l2k THE REV. T. DeWITT TALHAGE, The drawing will come off some time in December or January next ; we have not settled upon the exact date, Fresli nnd Charming Sketches, Humorous Articles and Paragraphs, t $ t :- It will be conducted in a public hall (Fisher's) in this city ami open '.' Poetry and Anucrs to Ccrrespondents. to everybody to see that it is carried on fairly and impartially". It will be one of the biggest things that ever happened in this lown iniMH: Tin Nkw Ypbk I'lnrsimt Comimnion j will Ik will for 0110 jrnr on iwript of $1: to The people of Breckenridge and Meade counties will all be interested cnplfK for J8. Gi ttn-i- i of clubs enn nfiemartl mill Mimlu ropitu nt $.' each. We Mill tx) and we expect njthousnntUor more of them to be. here upon that occa-sior iiftpoimlbltf for tdiilltniicin mil In liefflstrreil Lettir or roxtofflct) Jlnner OruVrn l'otnge If theyjtrcnigtrestcd now, they will be before the time fret-- . 8M'tliiiniopU- rent free. AiUiess Wc w.trcoojuibscriberiLbcforc tlje year, iis out, and must have them. niiOIMIF. M1JNHO, JUiiiiiVn l'litilUlilitB lloiur, Now jyouime Wubscfibc. Only $1.00 a year, andja ticket in our . . 17 lo l!7 liuitlru ntcr Street, I'. 0. tkix Silt Nnv York. Garhd GH'tyDisFribution. Parties living at a distance should enclose a- - ' ' ' " srampjor return of ticket., 'lisirloltu .11. Itriiciiic, Tll IlllCllCMH," SI. V. .lloorc, y W'lillor I'. .IncliNou, UJ 'ill'Ie(OII. - " triple-scente- d , w tf-f-- - V ,t "$& w " ( J 11 v I A !" v h t-- n. - , Persistency of purpose is one of the rules of success in life, nnd it ia essential to successful advertising. Home and Farm, A Splendid Story-Fin- ely Illustrated. JOB PRINTING . ,- -r " - rmv JOHN. BViBABBAGE. 'EDITOR.wul PUJJLrSHER, . t T