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XIV. x NO. 32. k : rS. G "A A IT TEH CHICKEN STOCK FARM. A Tho Itlncltlno Shops. representative of tho News paid a visit yesterday to tho railroad machine shops which are in .he course of cot s motion In the lower part of iho city. A look at the surroundings indicates most clearly that they are the biggest thing in tho way of public improvements that Cloverport has yet gotten hold of or that sho is likely to havo soon. The main buildings are all about completed, and tbo work of placirg the machinery to bo used in them is now going on. About seventy men are at work on the grounds and more will be employed Master Mechanic Ferry after a while. told us that the company had already expended about fifty thousand dollars on the shops. The machinery which is being put into them is new out and out, nnd on a much larger scale than that used at Henderson. Steam was raised in the shops for the first time about a week ago. This was done to test some of the machinery that is being put in place and adjust it in perfect running order. Altogether the concern and its surroundings presents a lively and business like appearance, and when the work of repairing for tho L , St. L. k T. begins in earnest it will be wor h a visit to go down and inspect It. Mr. Ferry assured us that the work of s construction was all of a ord r and put tbert with a view to permanent location. Said be, as the business of the railroad increase it will neccssnrily enlarge the, capacity of the shops. This will bring a number of mechanics to our town, aud they with their families will add a gpod deal here in the way of business. While walking around through the buildings the Nfvws man encouutered a half dozen workman, who bad families and wanted to move them here at once. The lack of homes to rent was the only thing in the way at present, but wo assured them that this matter would be looked after properly. It is the duty of our people to put up tenement houties for these new comers. Just at this time there is a good demand for them and we would love to see a dozen under way. There is no mistaking the value of the Bhops to Cloverport. They are hero to stay and will add thousands of dollars to oar growth and largely increase our population, first-clas- Pcpuliir Sujicrttltloni, Faith In tho power of tJio miii, moon nnd stars to net on tlio health hat, of course, been held for centuries. Tlmt great persoiuigo of STEPHENSPORT. Mrf. M. lllain visited in Owensboto wctk. D'. Goldstein went to IlendersDn w ok. Cholera Cure I of flic HnNln Spring Stuck Kami, vialts llio Itluo (Irak Country nnd Capture a Fine .Stallion. U'illluiiiM A Inst oUlon time, tho astrologer, would not full to Impress upon peoplo thU Ideii of tho Influcitca which tho henvcnly bodies possess over health and disease. Very few of theso Imvo sui last iilaUT ill Tlie editor sultlom writes a salutatory, and thero is no occasion fm one from him at this time, but lie has engaged the undersigned to write regularly for this paper during the Spring, and we will want credit fm the interesting facts with which we will entertain you while our coiuicc tion with the News continues. So, we salute you, friends, and greet you with the compliments of the season, trusting that ere long we may have the pleasure of meeting you pcrsonall, and talking about these things. We have a hobb or two. and shall endeavor to make you bcliee as we do about matters which mutually concern us. If the largest Clothing and Hat House in Kentucky buys goods direct from the largest and best manufacturers, and pays spot cash for the goods, and then sells them again for cash only, don.t you believe that such a house can and will sell for less money, or sell better goods for the same money than any other house could or would do which bought smallu lots, on credit, and sold them on credit? The manufacturer must chaigc the dealer more if he takes the risk of collecting, after the goods have gone out of his hands. The dealer must charge the consumer mote to conver his loss, if lie sells even a small percentage on credit. So if you pay the two cti as of io or .to pel cent., which must be added to picvent loss at both ends of the line, you pay just that much more than the goods arc actually worth. We have tried the credit system, both in buying and selling, but for ncai ly three years have bought and sold for cash, exclusively, giving our customcis the benefit of a system which involves no lisk, cither to us or our manufacturei s, and which gives every man the lull value of his nionej-- . This is strictly business. It concerns every man who wears clothes Call it a hobby or a 2:zS trotter, we pioposc to trot it out legularly foi exercise, until you are familiar with it, and will think about it every time you are tempted to buy a suit or garment from some house that will probably trust you because you always pay, but will charge you a fourth or a thiid more than the goods aie worth because some othet II P. IS TIIOUOUUIIIIIIKI) A UOCIt. AND f. r h tvX i- -' Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it hasbeen 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- W. W. Villiams. of the Basin Spring Stock Farm, bas just returned from lLo Blue Grass section where he purchasbed from H. C. McDowell & Son (Ashland) Lexington, Ky., the bay Stallion, "Splendor", two years old by King Rene, record 2:301, sire of Fugue 2:191 and eiKnt more in the 2:30 list ; 1st dam Carlta by Dic 2:10, Phallas 2: tator, sire of 13J, Director 2:J7, and 26 more in the 2:30 list; 2d dnra"Mlss liutlcr.dnra of MaudDutler 3d dam, 2:28 by Dnvall's Mamb.ino; tho dam of Brown Chief by Downing Bay Messenger, sire cf Jim Porter 2:28 ; 1th dam by Hunt's Brown Highlander. Splendor is a perfect specimen of the s For sale by C. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky. STOP TOUR COUGH TVITn 1. f!nrrs Concrltfl. Colds. Hoarseness, Croup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, nnd ttIII cousumptho pntlcnts In hot-tl- , re-llo- ro stages ; will euro when curn nolo, nud rollovo In llio worst cases. o Soo that C. C. C. Is blown In orery 25 o. andtnko 110 other. - J. O. MENDENHALIi & CO., Price sole rnorniETORs, IIVDIAIVA. VVXSSVITtTM, SOLD BY DUUGOI8T8 OENERALLY. Rcmovo Corns, Wnrts& llnnlons with CERTAIN CORN CURE. QG Ots. a. BOTTLE. SOLD AND WA11KANTED BYJ Cr-T- T- SXSOIBT Mind wandering rnml. Books Lamed from all rLafvT-- 1 In one reading, Totlmonll parta of the Klobe. Prnapectua roT to Prof. on tukt., wnt SJ7 applicationNew York. Filth Ate. A. Lotsette, watch In Oit world. TcrtHI timekeeper Warrantadlitavj, aoilD oold nunllne eaaaa, Both Udlea' and gent a altef . with work! and caaaa of Will value Oxs riksONla earh loealllr can aeeora oae Tree, loffatber with oor larj. d valmblelineof Ilouaobslil 111 b KiHiF-VkTheaa aininlea. aa wall n "uham w.trh. era fVee. All the work y.i. do la lo lliow wbat we aend rou to llioie who cell-r- oar need rrlenda and nelthboraand thoee about you tkatalwaja reiulle la reliable trade forua, which bolda for rear! wben once aUtlad, and Ibu w. ar. repaid. Wl pay all eipreie, freight, etc. AHer on can 700 know all, If rou would like to go to work for ue.Addreae, Jam from SS to 0 prr wtek end upwardt. Maine. X'ortlunil, Mtlnaun ate Co., - voce nKk OlK HBW FREE. "jEftw n5o&i UniaWalchUV.UU. Ul Werth SI mi."- SJ iarrmaiijpn mzpj wsmSflieZK nln. 'aTis i lloi Hl', ( JM( & HEHDE Packet Line. ttfr K. Passenger, Mail S and Express Boats. His sire most fashionably bred trotter. King Ilene ranks among the very handHe has somest horses in the country. been exhibited eighteen times in the ring for "tho finest trotting stallion with 3 to 5 of his get", and has never been deleated. These are the premiums a breeder attaches the most importance to, nnd are pecuniarily much the largest offered, frequently being $1000, and that of 1889 at Chicago being $3000. Dictator, the siro of the dam of Splendor has forced himself to the front rank under circumstances the roost discouraging. He languished In obrcutity anlil he was an old horse. At thirteen years of age he was brought to Kentucky, having up to that foals, and at twenty time but thitty-mn- e years of age he had gotten less than two hundred foals, and only a few of them were out of well bred mares, yet over ten per cent, of these foals have entered the 2.30 The foals out of good mares that list came to him in bis old age, after his sons bad made htm famous, are, with few exceptions yet to be benid from, but as of his entire 2:30 list entered last seuson, it is reasonable to presume that in proportion to the number of foals he will not be surpassed by any horse as a sire of When Dictator was afforded on speed equal chance with the best stallions, he far surpassed them in resultB, for instanco: Out of Dolly, Alexander's Abdnlloh gO Thorndale 2:22 ; Geo. Wilkes got Onward 2.25 ; Almont got Winona, no record; Dictator got Director 2:17. Out of Betsy Trotwood, Geo. Wilkes got Fuga, no record ; Harold got Elfrida, no record , Dictator got Phallas 2.1,'ii Out of Midnight, Belmont got Be&umont elec2.30; Harold got Noontide tioneer got Electricity, no record ; 2:10. Dictator got $25,000 was paid for Dictator when be was twenty years old, and with an ever increasing demand for his blood, the venture has proved a decided success, his books since that time having always filled at $500 a mare. It is not speed alone that is inherited in Splendor, but beauty of form, styb and Blardina was the handsomcit of Mambrino Chiefs get, and her dam tho Burch mare, was ihe most celebrated premium taker during her career ii the A portrait by Troye, Blue Grass region. now at Woodburn, of Alexander')) Abdullah is often mistaken for that of his sonBel-monand coutd be easily passed for a portrait of Belmont's sou, King Rene. The handing down for three generations of this striking likeness has so established the type as to account for the surprising uniHis formity in the get of King Rene, colts, out of all kinds of mares, with scarcely an exception, aro large, band-som- e, stylish, fast and beautifully galled the roudsters of a i ation famous for its roadsters. Tho citizens of Breckenridge and adjoining counties will doubtless feel a pride in the possession of such a horse as Splenone-Joui- th ee t, vlved up to tho present time. It Is imturnl tlmt the sun fehould be considered tho great restorer and llfo giver. Tlivro is an old Jenish proverb to tho effect tlmt when tho sun rises tho dlsonso "111 abate. s This wns founded on a tradition tlmt n stone was hung on tho neck of Abraham, and tlmt to look upon It was to bo healed. When Abraham died God placed tho stouo In the sun. Tho remnant of thU tuiwrstltiou Is found today In tho saying that If an Invalid goes out for tho first tlmo and makes a circuit, this circuit must bo with tho sun; If against tho sun tlicro will bo a relapse, Tho universal belief that tho moon has power to mako a person crazy has given us tho word lunatic. That tho soul which has till then hovered between llfo und death finds Us rcleaso as tho tldo goes out, Is generally accepted by ninny, A great prcjudlco exists ngulnst tho night atr, especially In ventilating sleeping rooms; tbo night air is by no mcuus so unhealthy in many people suppose In tlioso places where tho soil Is Impure, or near waters that ato stagnant, tbo chango occasioned by tho w of tho sun's heat gives rlso to exhalations that aro unhealthy, but In tho majority of Instances, tho prejudices that ox 1st ngnlnst night air amount to a superstitious dread. When an Idea crystallizes Into a proverb it carries an axiomatic weight with it, and no one for a moment stops to question Its truth. Ono may rebel against it, but In doing so thcro Is always a feeling of having taken tho law into olio's own hands, and if ovil is escaped it is miraculous. As a rulo tho popular superstitions Inflict but llttlo actual bodily harm, novcrthelcst tho stato of apprchensivo dread und discomfort which they sometimes entail, both upon tho bellover and upon his friends, makes It essential to refrain from their indulgence, aud especially from teaching them to children, upon whom thuymakoa lifelong Impression. Dr. Oiaco Peckham in lloin Maker. pro-clou- Mr. Wcidniun nnd wifo have clcsed tbclr school here. Mi 'a Mollie hero Monday. Claycomb opened scboo' Mr. James Payne, who is doing business at Hvansvillc, is homo for a few dajs. Persons living on Water street aro just holding their own with the high water. Mrs. Geo. McCubbins, who bas been il for some weeks, is slowly recovering. Miss Georgie Hawkins went to Louisville last week. Mrs. Lou Dix, who bos been spending somo months in Owensboro, has returned. Tho Ilov. Meyers was called to bis borne at Slithton the day previous to his Inst appointment here, on account of the serious illness of his father. Tbo Itev. Bright, a student at Louisville, will preach in the Baptist church tho d Sunday. Tho Hev. Manker, cf the Reformed church, filled the pulpit here on Monday night of last week, Metsrs. Mike lilaln and Louis Rowlings shipped forty-tw- o head of bogs on the C.ty of Owenibjro Sunday. Mr. M Dlaiu shipped nine hogsheads of tobacco Sunday sec-ou- ftOYAl r CRPALItiMlj BE5lt2t5iiSltfy fellow won't pay. tiii: co.vn:sTio;v or christian WOItKEHS. The Southern Convention of Christian Workers will meet in Bowling Green, Ky., on March 18, ID, 20 and 21, 1800. The Convention is entirely in its aims, and desires merely to promote a practical study of the Bible, and thus spread the civilizing influences of Christianity. All church members devoutly interested in religions work and recommended by proper church officers will be received as delegates, will be to reduced rates on the different railroads and be entertained by the citizens of Bowling Green. During the meeting, the Convention will be addressed by the most prominent and able speakers of the Protestant denomination, among whom are Dr. John A. Broadus, Dr. W. J. Darby. Bishop C. C Penick, Dr J. E Gilbert, Dr. J. C. McClurkin, Prof. T. M. Hawcs, Rev. Geo. U. Simmons and others-choir of one hundred select voices has been orgauized and is now in active As there is to be a large attendance, it is earnestly requested that the delegates send in their names at once to Prof. John B. Preston, Bowling Green, Ky,, so that they may be assigned homes. Semi-annual an Idea tif ii futuru Llfo. Tho Iroquois nnd Huroni belioved In a country for tho souls of tho dead, which they called tho "country of nncestois." This Is to tho west, from which direction their traditions told that they had migrated. Spirits must go theto after death by a very long nud many rivers, nnd at painful Journey, tho end of a nurrdw bridge fight with a dog liko Cerberus, and some may fall Into tho water aud bo carried away over precipices. This road Is all on tho earth; but several of tho Indian tribes consider tho milky wuy to bo tho path of souls, tlioso of human beings forming tho main body of tho stars, and their dogs, which also havo souls, running on tho sides. In tho noxt world tho Indians do tho samo as they customarily do here, but without life's troubles. Tho Israelites belioved In a doubling of tho person by a shadow, a palo figure, which alter death descended under tho eat th and thero led a sad aud gloomy cxisteuco. The abodoof theso poor beings wa3 called sheoL There was no recompense, no punishment. Tho greatest comfort was to bo among ancestors aud resting with them. Thero were somo very virtuous men whom God carriod up that they might bo with him. Apart from theso elect, dead men went Into torpor. Man's good fortuno was to bo accorded a long term of years, with children to perpetuate his fumily ami respect for his memory after death. Onrrlck Mallery in Popular Science Monthly. Cash Clothiers, Hatters, Haberdashers and POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of Mure purity, atrength and uholcsotnencis. economical than the ordinary kinds, and ,an not be sold in competition with the multitude of low teat, short weight alum or phoshhate powders. Sold only in aim. Hoyai. IUkino Powdkr Co., 106 Wall Stroet, Now York, Tailors, Market St., bet. 6th and 7th, ZEC3T- A. E. STEVENSON, President. T.J. BL'NN, Secretary. STATEMENT or I lie Condition or tlio llrccUlu-riilp;- o Itu n Ic, Clover port, Ky.,ut tlio clotiv of lliislness December :tlt, WHY PAY I88i: RENT? Convincing Proof. Ia wy landings, between Louisville and Henderson, tha elegant and fleet ateamert JAMES aUTIiniE. TELL CIXY, CITY or OWENSB0R0. One of the above fine ildevtheel steamers pan up and derrn dally. Splendid accommodations , for stock. and 178 Fourth street, General office Louisville, Ky. W. W. HUE, Prest. D. L. Pinny. Supt. For all M ' -1 Louisville. St. Louis &Texas R. R. Co. many Instances it has been proven that II. B. I). (Dotanio Dlood llulm), made by lllood Daliu Co., Atlanta, Ua , will euro blood poisons In Its worst phases, even nhen all other treatment fulls. A, 1. Hrunson, Atlanta, (la., writes : "j had twenty. four running ulcers on ono leg and six on tho other, and folt greatly prostrated. I hellevo I actually swallowed a barrel of medicine, in vain efforts to cure tkodlsoaie. With llttlo hope I finally acted on tho urgent advice of a friend, and got a bottle of D, 11. I), I experienced a change, and my despondency was fomowhat dispelled. I kept using It until I bad taken sixteen bottles, and all the ulcers, rheumatism and all other horrors of blood poison havo disappeared, and at last I am sound and well again, after un experience of twenty years of torture." "My Roht. Ward, Maxey, la writes: HATS. . dlscaso was pronounced a tertiary form of Leon McGavock is responsible for the blood poison. My face, head and shoulders were a mass of corruption, and finally the disfollowing : ease began eating my akull bones. My bones Last week Mr. Jno. C. Jarboe, while ached, my kidneys wcro deranged, I lost flcih and and life became a burden. All moving some bay and produce from an said strength, I must surely die, but nevertheless, when old barn on l1s place discovered a small J. baa usea ten bottles or U, li. if. l was prolo of nest of rats. Having nothing special to nounced well. Hundreds nowsoars can nowover 1 bavo seen on uir. been well do for the next two or three days, he de- twelve months." cided to begin hostilities, so arming himself and hands with clubs and calling into AGENTS WANTcEr?E?R THE service the dogs about the place a war of dor, Leon says he extermination was begun. SURRY "All signs fail" except pimples and watched the battle from a rafe distance unblotches. These never ail to indicate an til 3 o'clock, when It became necessary for or impure condition of the blood, which may him to leave. At that time only 275 hud Eagle's Nest be thoroughly cleansed and renewed by been' killed, but when he returned at G the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. The most o'clock he was somewhat surprised to fiod IJchntstenCooke. eflicacious and economical of all blood the number had Increased to 312. A less TV, I. thrllllm. successful attempt bad been made before purifiers. lilstorio story, A this on the lives of these same rats. which bis Ixtn out o print, ana trap had been set for them. It was disAVhcolor flood I.uclc. m- -! rior vrnicn mare covered from ihe few remains left to toll haa liten anch a Ticket No. 98,465 drew the capital prize gTtat demand Is of $300,000 in the December drawing of the sad tale that the trap instead of being BOWlsaued as a Notes and Dills Discounted Hnnk Fixtures nnd Furniture Hanking House nud Lot Over Drafts Suspended Debt Bonds Duo from Hanks Cash on hand Total A.ssirrs. $157,905 25 L',572 25 3,335 14 ,47 J 50 133 42 25,88101 3.1,004 48 23,000 15 $240,234 $45,100 18J.501 10,500 2,238 20 00 CapltnlStock Deposits Surplus Fund Undividod Profits Dividend No. 31, due January 3d, 1800 i,iaiiii.itii:s. 34 00 95 1,801 00 Buy a Home with What You Now Pay for Rent by Investing IN THE 4tw jj8gEi?i INTER-STATE Cg)0 (lTION $219,234 29 Total Net Earnings since June 30, 1889.... $4,507 29 Applied as follows: Dividend No. 31, 1 per cent, payablo January $1,804 00 3d, 183U Addod to Surplus Fund.. 2,000 00 703 29 Added to Undivided Pro's $1,507 20 Total, 1, A. II. Sklllman, cashier of the nhnvo named Hunk do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true, to the best of my knowlcdgo Bu ildiM Circulars, s, k Loan Association ILL. No OF BLOOMINGTON, and belief. A. D. SKILLMAN, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to hefuro me this 2d day of January, 1890. CHAS. B. SKILLMAN, N. P. B.C. and Printed Matter Explaining l'lan Cheerfully Sent on application to JNO. D. IlABUAOE.Seo'y, Local Board, Cloverport, Ky. This Association Pays an Investor 18 Per Cent. Interest Possible INVEST YOUR SAVINGS. Extra Assessment IjoiiinvIMo JHurkot Koport. Corrected weekly by II. W. llerndon Commission Merchants, 144 3d street. $3 25 Apples fancy, Home Deautlcs " fancy N. V. Pippins 3 00 X Co., "W. WAH BTORY H. W. HERND0N & CO., 3 50 (ji) 3 25 1 1 " common 1 Potatoes Onion Diied Apples Dried Peaches 50 90 25 00 15 liny good 3 2? 9 00 19 Produce k General Coiiiiiii$'n Louisville, Ky ZfcTZETW EsESE&j 10 00 rurl BmMmmi sWItWML T :4i robo. ? "4UV1, 1. 1' TIME SCHEDULE, Tuning: Cffcct At6:00 o'clckA. M.t Sundaj, lYtit Bound Traim lUUAND 3STO. 11. . Sec. 154 1889. B"-- . Y .vr wei - exfbkss. STATIONS. 1.20pm 7.45am Lv...UnlonUepot,Loulir'e..Ar. Kentucky Street 1.05 .. 8.00 Alms House IUdgo Park Pleasure Valley ...Meadow Lawn -- Hlver View. 12.25.. 8.45 Wet Point 12.04 .. 9,10 ., .....ltock Haven 11.55am Long Uranoh 9.25 Brandenburg 9.30 IMJ .. express. Kkron.. Eatt llouiul Traim Mill, AND 9.47 9,58 10.08 10.17 10.27 10,42 10.48-.- . J10!5lJ 11.07-..,..- ; Ouiton Irvlngton Webiter Lo'diburg Pierce Sample Stephensport ..Holt 1 1 ,23 rv 11.41 1,S3au 12.08km 12,19 12.:.0 12.50 1.00'.. Ku 1.24 1.34 m-1.52 .'. M - Skilluaa lUneivtlle Falcon Lewliport Powers Cloverport - 11.85 11.24 11.14 11.04 10.53 10.42 10.35 10.21 10.15 0.59 9.44 .. .. .. . The Louisiana State Lottery. of this ticket was held by Earl Wheeler, living at No. CD Grove street in this city. A Democrat reporter today called upon Mr. Wheeler and learned that the ticket had been placed in the hands of Banker J. VeddT Morris for collection, and Agent B, F, Olivo of the American Express Company paid Mr. Morris the amount $15,000 less $101 55 express charges, on 10th inst. Mr, Morris deposited the amount in the Farmer's National Bank in his own name at the request of Mr. Wheeler. The latter dislikes notoriety, henco this roundabout proceeding. That the amount has been received) and that the Louisiana State Lottery Company fulfilled its obligations Mr. Morris verifier, and his word cannot be question. Amsterdam (N, Y) Democrat, January 17. Ono-forti-e- tb the biter had been sadly bitten, aud, liking the diet the vermin bad continued to use it until they had completely devoured the trap. BOOK, 80B8CKUTION magnifi- many cent with illiiatra-tiona.'ILcrelit- a never been a r book throughout theSouthern States than'-SmncnrKAout'BNKsT." llany jeara lave pined ainco the thrilling acenes herein recounted of Ihe deads of valor of tbo Confederate Soldier, yet the Interest, by tboto who fought with Aaliby, Stuart, Johnaton, lleauregaid. Jackson and Lee, in the cause for which they ao desperately and bravely battled, wilt never crow leas. Ibis PIERCE. N Pierce is situated on the L , St. L & T. railroad, between Lsdiburg and Sample, it is not a flourishing little town like some others on the road, but it is a ton never the less. It has one good blacksmith shop The la gripe is uround in this community, nobody serious. Mrs. Kate Jourdan of Bewleyvlllo paid a visit to relatives in this ' neighborhood last week. Miss Emma E. Dowell, of Clifton Mills, spent last week with her aunt, Mrr. Mary CoraptOD, nXAUTITUIXTIIilWraiTKD thrilling story pictures notalonnjoysndjorrow, and a love aweollytold.bnt is filled with hlilorio Incidents of tho preat conteit between the South and tho North. Hero la a book for the old to r'eall to him tho vivid scenes of the groatest Civil War ever known, to call back sum campaigns, and tell blm of the mighty lb Chlaflalue.dear to tLo uumor of ovciycue who wore tho Gray. "Burry of Eagle's Nest " will find a weloomo In every Bmthern home. That it mar ba within the reach of every ono, it la imbllalio.1 at theww rntcicor $. though a laboe, iumjomk volumic, BOUND. AMD Oats E.Corn Yheat Veal calvtss Eggs Butter Chickens Spring Cblckons, old Turkeys, live " dresred Feathers prime Feathers mixed Kags i Beeswax Tallow Green Hides Dry Hides Sheep Pelts Olnseug Yellow Root May Apple llout i0 75 4 10 12 20 32 78 5 00 No. 144 Third St., no ehooa nnlei ft TrrnVfllaT Tnlo DoHBliie'iinmonrid I. A II I 1 1 ltJ "V,I.. ii ro htiiniprd on tho iirlcu UAU . In .17. miiaiiat lllllllll Villi. tend UreU to factory, cucluuluc aavertUeil II 15 2 25 2 50 10 12Jn 35 30 22 a.... ,T. 2 00 2 25 lull 8 12 20 18 yrivo .'. '1 21 IK Hi 0 wi A I L 1 L ! . 8 1 2, J ' 45 2 70 :. , 22 XUiaittTlT SHILOH. There is a good deal of sicknees Toraraio Bandy has been confined to his bed for. several days, but is better, will soon to put again. Mrs. Bandy will visit her brothers in Owensboro this Spring, Mrs. W. H Bandy's 'little daughter, of 'only two summers knows all the Alphabet and can epell a few vords. She will make a smart woman if she lives. .. .. Mus Sarah and Ida Dowell guest of Miss Ida Payne, of Simple, last were tho week. A'llie and Sanford Whitworth made a fifing visit to Bewleyvilie last week. Mr George Compton of this place and Miss Mitsie Sbaw, of Lodiburg, visited bis uncle of near Hardlnsburg laat week. COLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION. An the demand for this old favohite book wMca Am ban out ofrinf iq foiy, will bu latgo. and applications for agencies very munervua, all vrhodaatre to act u Agents ihould write fur terms and qulokly aecuro choice of torriioiy. G. W. DILLINGHAM, Publisher, 33 West 23d St., Now York. 0.28,, 9.14 9.01 b.42 .. .,., 8.27 Lvo 8 16a il 7.47 7.30 .. 7.15 BUY YOTJE ' - Owemboro Stanley Worthlngton SpotttTllla ., Ptei - SHIBTS -a- LIVE STOCK. Hogs, cholco paoking Hogs, light , Cattle, extra shippers " best butchers " medium ' common...,, , Bheop, good shipping " common..... " extra lambs " common lambs., FUHS. , Itaccoon , Mink Opoiium,..,.,, Fox '...i Skunk Musk llut In good demand. , ,3 .'! 00 75 25 3M 65 3 35 3 50 3 00 2 25 1 00 3 50 1 3 HO 3 50 4 00 V 325 2 75 W. L. DOUGLAS TOOOr,fttira.rorl.l. 8H.0O 2 00 100 2 50 5 00 $3 SHOE Henry Flno Calf, Lnccd flrnln nnd Creed. "ANH-HI- GENTLEMEN. PAPERS'. FOR THE 0U 4 75 3 50 50 10 10 (lUStllNH Kl HIIOE. 4 25 70 CO 20 1 r - -- , 2,l5?iiArr ..aijLT...,, iiaketU i 7.07.. Henderion.: Lvo 0.50am. There' ia no humbug about our premiums They all go without' money and without price to our paid up subscribers. UOIH- 60 25 25 $2 SHOES lafd,s. $3 & i.7s hiioi: von misses. Wa 3 0 on" 81.75 HOYS' hCIIOOI. HUOK8. All nuulo In Cougrcai, llutton and Lace. SPRING TRADE JUST RECEIVED AT J. D. BABBAGE. .... i, 10 15' 125 Mnterlnl. Heat Stylo. Heat FltHnff. ltnt Iouslu, Uroikton, Mnaa. Sold by I BABBAGEjfs CLOVERPORTXt ,,-- Bowmer & Hambleton. rf I tub-a-- .- -. KurdflBK'taiMii! u9c xvinmintPKi r1. i'1 jHfc 0! t .TmaOLi! K" t w fif riT Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY. MAUCH fi, 1890. JUDGE lll'MVIUlEY'S spnncir. The speech of .Indue Alex 1. Humphrey, nf l.ntiisville, delivered before tho Southern Scuieiy in New Ynik on tbo'J'iJ JNO.D.BABBAGE instant, ut their annual dinner, in celebration of Washington's birlhdar, is a most SI. I,. VT. Local Time Curd. I... him as a man of 0.S4 n.m. excellent one, and marks Mall nnil Express going Knit 11.38 B.ui. tboueht nnd far reaching view. " West 6.41 p.m. Express " Knit It is full of striking expressions which 60 p.m. West 11.23 n.m. sieze and convict the reader at onco. ' East Mixed 9.59 a.m. ''The Union was not restored ut Appoma Weit tox," he sais: "tiue its tenitoiial integrity ouu coKitr.si'OMir.NTs. Hut the kind of was assured Get the news and gel all the news and Union which, ha force fjr its bands of iron From Dana's and armed power, and its fetters of brass, nothing but the newt. may unite the low countries to Spain, or Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. the Ireland of Crrmwell to the England LtxUK I'nto let another batch of prisoners out of jail Monday. Tho Democrats of this county will see to it that Logan goes out the first Monday in Allgllkl. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, l wMPnPPPnPMTPn ATTRAP.TinN f U OVKtt A MILLION DISTRIBUTED. v. a. haiikaoi: TIME TABLE No I. HVI tloHIIlt UAll,y KXCKrT Keillor J'lHt llollllJ IIAII.Y KCKIT to one of the Ksstern States it is reported that girl babies are being born four at n time. In view of tho fact that tbero is already a larger number of women thnn men in this country, tuch business as this should be stopped immediately if no) sooner. I.v STATIONS. Trrlngton 11.30 a.m.Lv Irvington Junction 11.35" Louisiana State Lottery Company. scsdav. so.ndav. Ar. 0 00 a.u 8 55 8.00 " 7.80 I.v. 7.00 a.u 12.40 r.M 1.05 1.30 r.u, Ar Oarfield Harned Hardinsburg SOLID FACTS Eclipsing :ill others in Qiialit) and Price, weigh this over carefully in your mind. Take into consideration our vast experience and superior advantages, and that every man woman and child who buys a dollars worth 6f us gets the benefit of (to be modest and say the least) ten per cent. Incorporated br the Lcglataturo In 1808, fot Educational and Charitable purposes and Its franchise was raado a part of tbe present State Constitution in 187V,by en overwhelming popular vote. ITS MAMMOTH 1IUAWIIVUM- R ol Cromwell, lut it is far r moved from that more perfect union which our fathers For County Juilge, Thos. Ailkluon. ordained nnd established. The purposes For County Attorney, Jndgc Milton Hoard. and hopes ol tho more per'eel union were For County Clerk, J. K. Monnrch. to establish justice, insure domestic tranFor Sheriff, J. S. DeJernette. quility, provide for the common dx'ence, For County Sup't of Schools, Jn. W. Miller. promote the general welfare, nnd secure For Jailer, Jolin Slnton. the blessings of liberty for ourselves and For County Assessor, Len Cashtnnn. our posterity." For Couniy Surveyor, .F. M. C. Jolly. Judge Humphrey goes on to argue tlm' a policy where "military commanders dicFor Coroner, W. H. Pendleton. tated who should be Governors of Slates, Cloverport, KonlilcUy. and a iquad of soldiery judged of tho elecA l.enutlful and growing little city of 2,000 tion and qualifications of sovereign legisinhabitants, rltualed on tho Ohio rlrr, 110 lators, with one half of this republic free miles from I.oulirillo by water, nnd 73 miles and the other half body of military satraa by rati. Tbo largest town In the county of pies," can in no sense be, that ''more perllreckenrtdge with n population of over 20,000. fect union to establish justice, secure do Area 350 acres, nnd 1,000 acres more available city limits. mestic tranquility, and to secure the blessfor manufacturing rites outside ings ot liberty to ourselves and our posShe has one bink, one nowspaper, a commerterity." six churches, free high school, flourcial club, ing mill, pinning mill and saw mill, two exlie refer to tho Supreme Court, which press companies, telegraph, telephone nnd in the dark duys of reconstruction proved proposed water works, natural gas, low tnxes to be like the shadow of a great rock in a and liberal inducements to manufactories; weary land, that with Titan blows struck soven tobacco warehouses, brick yards, the off the shackles forged for states and peobest canncl and bituminous oral, asphalt nnd an ple "Gone is the oath that would have inexhaustible supply of the finest plate glass stood between tie priest and the altar of sand in the world. Poplar and white oak timber lawyer and the altar of in abundance and flouted to our doors by Clover God, and the Gone, the conspiracy laws and justice. creek and Sinking creek, Canncl coal nnd timber lands reached by coal rond eight miles the civil rights laws which once admitted into the sphere of national authority, long. Heal estate low nnd rents cheap. LibFine would have made the Congress as absolute eral inducement to manufactories. Gone the opening for woolen mills, glass factories, as the Hrlish Parliament. p 'ttery, wagon factory, furniture factory or heresy that wculd have made the last three any kind of manufacturing enterprise". Situamendments, the new wine that would ation high, dry nnd healthful. burst asunder the Constitution like an old bottle, or the piece of new cloth that would Ci.oveiti'oitT is not in the least alarmed have made it a beggar's garment.' by her outside surroundings. She has n With regard to the present situation, he brighter future today than she ever had. thinks, the leefons of reconstruction are to DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Tin: sulject of surplus is still receiving the undivided attention of the Republicans in Congress. It is not so much a question of how to get rid of the turplus as it is how to prevent its being wiped out altogether The Republicans have endorsed so many schemes for legislation that if half of them are carried out there will be no surplus to tnlk ubout. County Clerk Miller has la grippe. Judgo Mercer went to Frankfort Saturday. The magistrates court begin next ut McDanieU Hon. Tuei-da- tnko Juno y iluco ,s!inl a Amilinll)unit Ilnccinbcr. unit ' Hm nitANU M1NUL.U MJMI1HK lalio place on cucli ol tlio other toil inontliH In llin jriir, ami uro ul t public, at drawn InNow Orlcnim,tlio Academy of Mimic, I.a. I1ICA1V-1NGN FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS For Integrity of Its Drawings, and Prompt payment or Its prizes, Attested as follows t Tin: following is what the Courier-Journsays of our candidate for the Constitutional Convention : al Tice Jolly wns at homo from Frankfort Monday. Heard Si Heeler an t (faring some tips to cash customer. Tice Jolly sold his farm near town last Monday to Mr. Claunie DeHaven for $1 800 RELIABLE GOODS! ZLiisoriEifcT.. If you want to know what scares Hard Times to deatli does it. There is such a commotion in the High price and Uig profit concerns as was never known before. Hard times may be a tiling of the past, for every one who is disposed to take advantage of certain liberal offers which arc here set forth. Thq first thing you should do is to lie more careful about your buying. In these times it pays to be posted. Business methods differ as well as business men. Some houses arc trying to make money by realizing a big profit on a few sales, while others endeavor to accumulate wealth by asking small profits on multitude of sales. No matter which is the best for the merchant, there is no question as to which method the buyer ought to support. ami who regarded no lees than the lessons of war. The ignorant were then the dupes ol the vicious, and will be again, if similar methods are adopted to settle present and future probltms. lie allirms that the Sou'h jb doing her whole duty towards the Mi:. Beck hns introduced u bill in the black race to lay, and he will be no hapUnited Suites Semite, uuthnriini the pier if he isinlltmed with prejudice or erection of a public building at Parts Ivy , fired with ungry zol to hate once a bow at a cost of S100 0MI. of self assertion und a quiver full of rights That he is every day becoming more fit for lU'ctMK (lov. Ititckticr vetoeil two bills the full duties of citizenship, under the for hi in, Representative Triplet!, of rule of the intellegent class. packed his crip and left for home, The whole address is lull ol sound phiwearing he would not return to I'' rank-fo- rt losophy and should be rend by all The dominant pnrty give alarming indications they arc inclined to the old spent of Tin: Members of the Legislature ad- that II inaugurated, even in reconstruction journed last week to take another jaunt-Thipart, the 1'nion must e.isf "part slave nnd time to Lexington to inspect the A. part free," which Mr. Lincoln "will proand M College. They returned to Frankphetic fury" admonished mankind nns imfort Saturday. be Mb. Dan O'Heiley, of Leitcbfield, lias been acquitted of the chnrties perpetrated ngainst him in the 1'nileJ States Court at Louisville. s possible Tiik heavy rain storms last week were It is doubtful whether the arrest of very destructive to properly in some parts In Western Kentucky a Messrs. liluckburn and Grant, the two of the State number ol barns nnd fat in buildings were prominent physicians of Louisville who went oer to New Albany last week to rob blown down nnd feveral persons were serithose graves, will have u tendency to check ously injured. the business in the future Although Cot. Alf Allen, of HanJinsburu, bus caught in the very act ol desecrating the beeri appointed Census Supervisor for the graves of the scored dead, and the sense of public indignation wrought up to a very SecDnd Kentucky district The position high point, seemingly, nt the lime tbedoe-tor- s is un imporlunt one, and CjI Aden in apcame ofi unhurt. It was lucky for pointing bis subordinates to do the work w'll choose none but competent and relm-b.- e them that they got off with their lives. Hut the jourg i hjnicians ployed the thing men. in a very fine wuy. The day ufer their Till, following supervisors ol the Census arre.st, they hud a number of their brother physiciuns to run over from Louisville and for Kentucky have been appointed by the to pretend to treit the affair as a big j ike U ChamPresident : First district, N So the young doctors were put under bond bers , Second, Alfred Allen, Third, John oflViifcp in May next Woonheud, Fourth, Klwojd C Oreur, to answer for the Probably when the balmy mouth of .May It chard K Well. '1 hese complete Filth, rolls around the worst features in the case the list for Kentucky. will in u manner have been forgotten and Tin New York World, with the aid of ligures obtained from the State '1 reastir-er- s throughout the country, has compiled nn estimate of the wealth ol this country, H'lowing a marvelous increase since H80 The actual wealth of the country ut present m the enormous sum of $ti 1,150 (Mil) (10(1 Washington, ii negro who and then murdered a nine-yeold girl, confessed his crime and was hung ut Madison, Ga , last week. While he was telling how the child pleaded for life when he was cutting her throat with a dull knife several members of the jury took out their knives to kill him UliouN ar the young M I) s will get off with no ishment whutever pun- Tin' makers of artificial ice will no doubt reap a big harvest the coming summer. Not for a long number of rears has there been such u winter in this country as the one which is ubout winding to a close. There has uot been a pound of ice put up, consequently the manufactured article will be in big demand, urn! it will come high too Tut' Court of Appeals in tin opinion Dennett has decided the cases of the Commonwealth vs. Tale und his sureties. ShNAToH Heck has recently had something to soy about the unjust measures to be inflicted on the people by the Hlair Educational Hill. Under the Federal tax system proposed by lie bill, snys he, every dollar owned by the wealthy classes would escape tuxutton for educational purposes. Neither bonds, .stocks, incomes, palatia residences, nor anything else of that character is taxed, while the necessities of boots and shoes, hats, blankets and such other articles ns the "poor own, would furnish the money oat of which it is proposed to educate the people. Senator Heck, on account of ill henlih, has not been able for some time to argue the unjust features of the bill by a public speech before the Senate, and it hns been well for the f.iends nf the bill that he has un. He is one of the ablest men in the Federal Congress nnd no such legislation as that imposed by the Hlair Klucational Hill could ever go through without first gelling n few sledge hammer blows from him life-clot- hing, Hou'tTliU! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by tuking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. .1 CHUNKY it Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, ih) undersigned, hove known Mr. F J ( h ney for the last 15 years, nnd believe hi n to bo perfectly honorable in all busire '8 transactions and financially ablo to tor y out any obligation made by their fitm. term and bond and The but case involves the olliciul and 'ftl, for and the second, the olliciul terms bonds of 188G to JHSH. for JIj'.'.'.'W! 81 decision is that the sureties must pay, the Commonwealth must prove its before a jury. of '8'J Slill,-!I8!H The first case Tiik projectors of the new Tar Springs should lose no time now in pushing their work on this properly to completion. It is one of Ibe best properties in the State for a summer resort and with the improvement to ba made, will be one of the most nttrnctive. Our peo'plftfare Btanding very much in their own light if they di not see to it that this enterprise is completed, nnd thai too at an early date. Cloverport will be largely lenefitteJ by the building up of Wkst Si Tiiuax, Wholesale Druggists, To- these springs. k Maiivix, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. V li II. Vax Hu:skn, Cashier, Toledo National Hank, Toledo, O. Hall's'Catarrb Curo is tokon internally, acting directly upon tbo blood and mucus surfaces of the system. Tcstiraonnls sent freo. Price 75c. pcrbottle, Sold by all Druggists. ledo, O. Wai.ih.no, Ki.vnan them. Piof Scjtt, the band leader, left for hi home in Indiana last week. He will not return. Tico Jolly says he will fight the charter amendments to bo offered by the railroad company. Mr. Wm. Hensloy will go to Houcock county this week on business for his tobacco firm. Tiik Wheelers huvo gotten into this Mr. Jolly Mead.-- r nnd wife at.d Mr. J, county nt last, but the Wheelers nre a D. Heeler and wife were visiting at Reck wheel within themselves und appear to We have Lick last week. disturb nobody in part'cular heard of several meetings nt the couulry Plant bid canvas, nophern seed oats and school houses out in the county, but they all kinds of farm und ) ardeti seeds at have been so quiet and orderly that but Heard S: Heelers. little has been said concerning them Rrother Petr'e will begin a protracted Truly we do not know what the organizameeting at the M. K church South tbe tion lias in view, but one thing is certain, fourth Sunday in this month. they could all come in and luke a chance A fine Live Sewing machii.e uud'STiukes-peare'in our big drawing next .January and works, both for less than the price some of them probably strike it rich in of the machine at Heard Si Heelers ihnt way. It is rumored that Mr. Coke w.ll bo a candidate on the Republican ticket for the Tiik amendments to the original charter office of County Superintendent of Schools terof the L, H. Si W. railroad, which that I have two good mules and one company is trying to get through the wagon for Bale. Terms reasonable. Legislature, are meeting with otjections Juim. Hook from the people of Hardinsburg. They The prisoners broke jiil Sunday mornclaim that I lie company has not built the ing but were captured before they got out road agreeably to contract, nnd until that of town. There are only three in at is done they will not allow any ameul-nipn- ts present. to be made to the charter, which Mr. Charley Mann, who has had charge 0, will enable them to collect the tax of ol the telegraph office here for several if in their power to prevent it. When months pnst left Monday. Mr. Reese the Company brings its road through their from Ohio takes his place. or'g'nally contracted, there will be town as Mr. Dan. F. Tracy, representing the no opposition to the collection of the inLouisville Saving nnd 1 o n Association terest on the boi W was in town last week. He succeeded in organ'z'ug a local board at this place. Tiik Niws is ahead ol all its competThe organizition of a building and lo n itors in this localuv m getting before the asociation will doubtless be of some bent-f- it public in un appreciable way Not only to the people ol Hardinsburg. Persons do we give you n pnper worth twice what desiring to get money on easy payments will distribute among we usk for it, but we cuu do so from a building and loan associour subscribers ibis year over $."00 in valation. Several new houses could go up in wagon, One uable presents. this place and they pay well on the investgold watch, one handsome set of one ment in the way of rents There ore oak furniture are some of the several persons here now who wish to articles appearing in our list rent good comfortable houses to live in. Some of our numerous subscribers will be What will wo do if the amendments to possessors of these articles before the year the railroad charter are not passed and tbe subCeilainly now is the time to closes. company should after awhile pull up the scribe. spur now running into town and thus leave us out in the cold. Ab, well, we would get Guv. Ilukviit in a late supplement.! rid of paying the interest on the $00,000 message to the Legislature has given some worth of bonds, and we could pick up our very sound views on the character of grip and walk a few miles to a station bank legislation now being enacted. He somewhere. But the people of Hardinsdirects the attention of the members parburg, very few of them at least, were never ticularly to tl.e mailer and informs them known to go back on a business proposithat if suoh legislation is not remedied it tion. All they ask of the railroad comis likely to lead to great financial disaster. pany is to come up to thsir contract, and He declines to approve any such'btlls now tho money we bargained to give (hem before him un'il some remedial legislation tbey will get. is enacted. Helow we subjoin a part of Col. AH Allen received the appointment the Governor's message on this important last week as census supervisor of the Secsubject. lie sajs: ond I) strict. His numerous friends were Amongst tho bills now before the Executive pleased lo bear of his success, as the posifor considerntion is one which requires a payment of 25 per cent, nf the capital before betion will pay n handeome cum, and could ginning busineis. Two others, on an authorhave hardly fallen lo more worthy hands ised oipitnl of $500,000, are each required t pay only $l(),()00, aud another, wh.ch Is un For the last few days Col. Allen has been amendment to the existing charter, nnd which making his arrangements to visit the converts a different institution into a bank without tbo payment of ony portion of the counties he has been given to (uperviBe in stock and with the privilege of general specuthis important work. He told your corlation In real estate. In none of these charrespondent yesterday that he had now a ters is there any requirement to pay any further installment on the capital stock. In good deul of work ahead and that he was somo charters prlvato property can not be going at onco into tbe business. He had levied upon to make good the unpaid stock. written to Washington however to know if be readily seen that in bunking inIt will stitutions organized on such a basis there is he would be allowed a clerk. He thought m security for a depositor. be would be compelled to havo one as tbe work would require a considerable amount A somkwhat sensational nnd probably of writing. There nro fourteen counties in fatal shooting took place in Washington tho district, and arranging them into sublast Friday in the Capitol building. Mr divisions, and mapping out territory for Charles E. Kincaid, the Washington cortbe enumerators will be no light matter. respondent of the Louisville Times, shot Tbe Colonel will visit tbo county seat of in the face, the Hon. Press Taulbee, each of tbe counties so far as it is practicin Congress There bad able. Kicb county he will subdivide into been bad feeling between the two men for districts not exceeding three thousand insome time, which brought up the trouble habitants. There will be an enumerator Two years ago Mr. Taulbeo was there a appointed for each district to take an acmember f Congress He was in the habit curate report of the census. Ou'side of this ol calling at the Patent Offico Department county no appointments have been made every afternoon. This earned some curias yet, but he is daily in receipt of letters osity, and, upon one of tbe clerks watchfrom applicants for these positions. He ing him one duy, it was discovered that has concluded to make no appointments Taulbeo and one of the female clerks were however until he visits the counties in per in tbe habit of taking themselves to a seson, In this county be has appointed two questered nook among the roodel-catenumerators in each magisterial district. and there indulging in lovo scenes that For tho Hardinsburg district, G. P. Jolly were rather warmer thnn were proper. and Milton Coke; Cloverport district, The facts were given to Kincaid und he Thomas D. Hates, oue to be supplied, For published them. The clerk wns dischargthe City of Cloverport, Miss Mary K Allen ed and Mr. Taulbee, who is a marvel Union Star, Klisha Gardner, one lo be man, was somewhat d'sjgriced. The fact supplied; Hawleyville, Ben Cranch Dowell that he had been a Methodist preacher Huihonville, John M, Hu'ler nndFrnnk caused especial attention to tbo scandal. Arms , McDitniels, John Garner and James Mr. Taulbee lost his seat in Congress and K McQnady. The four:een counties comntlribuUd his defeat to the publication posing the Second district are as follows: made by Kincaid Hreckenridge, Meade, Hardin, Grayson, LaRue, Hart, Barren, Warren, Allen, Simpson, Monroe, Metcalf and Logan Confirmed. 'The favorable impression produced on The Colonel will make his headquarters in this city. the first appearance of the agreeable liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, a few years ago has been more than confirmed by tbe pleasant experience of all who havo used it, and the success of tbe proprietors and manufacturers, the California Fig When Baby was tick, wo gave her Castorla. When shewn a Child, she cried for Castorla. 8yrup Company. s two-hor- se l $110,-00two-horan-t'q- ue Among those the suggestion of whose name, for member of tho forthcoming Constitutional Convention, hns aroused genrrnl favor, und no opposition, is thnt of Hon. John Allen Murray, of Hreckenridge. Judge Murray is not only a popular man nnd a good Democrat, but a sound Constitutional lawyer, and, whilst he would grace any pniitton, bis value lo the body which is to rovlio our organic law, Is altogether exceptional. We take it for granted that ho will be elected by the unanimous voico of bis pnrty. No man in the Stnto has a to its confidence, or tbe consideration of the public ns this eminent jurist and citizen. Shakespeare's away at Heard Si complete Heelers. woiks given l and. see " We do hereby certify that toe supervise the arrangements for all the Momthly and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Company, and in person manage and control Hie Drawings themselves, and that the same are conducted xcith honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties, and we authorize the Company to use this certjicate, with fac similes of our signatures attached, in its advertisements." 1' k 0 M We the undersigned ers will pay all 1'rizes drawn in the Louisiana State lotteries which may be presented at our counters. Commissi oiicri. Banks and Bank- Watch Out Next Time you have a purchase lo make and be surethat you carry custom to a house that believes and practices the principle of small profits on many sales. We Are Anxious this season to greatly increase the voltimn of our business We sliajl do so by being content with very close margins and our prices will be such as to convince people that they cannot afford to trade elsewhere. , R.M. WAIiMSLCV, I'rcs. Louisiana Natlonut Hank. PIERRE I.ANAtJX, l'rcs. Slate Na. Ilotial Dault, A. RAIiUWIN, Irc, Now Orleans National Bank. OlRh KOUIV Pre. Union National Hank. GRAND In - MONTHLY DRAWING the Academy of Music, NewOrlcnns Tuesday, March II, 1890, 1 ! f 100,000 Capital Prize, $300,000. Tickets at Twenty Dollars each, HuIvcn 10: Uuurtor 90; Tenths a; Twentieths SI. 1 1 The Leading Novelties : And Standard Styles :Of the Season. :- -- -- :- -- QUAND 1 LAROU 2 LAKOE 5 PRIZES 25 100 200 500 1C0 lUllAItfl) CAPITAL PllIZE OP LIST Or PRIZES. Prices the Lowest ever Known for O-OOID- S- First-cla- ss " " ' l'ltlZE OF PHIZES OP PRIZES OP OP ntizu; Ul!' " 300,000. $300,000 100,000, , 100,000 60,000.. . 50,000 25,000., , 25,000 10,000 . 20,000 5.000., . 25,000 1.000. . 25,000 ,500., . 50,000 800., . 00,000 200., . 100.000 irrsoxuiATioN Prizes of $500 are 100 Prlics or $300 aro 100 Prises of $200 are 899 Prises of 100 are 099 Prises of 100 are 3,134 Prises, amounting pbizes. $50,000 $30,000 20.000 99.900 99.900 WM. VEST & SONS. CLOVERPORT, KY, Tkruin.il Pbizks: to $1,054,800 Tickets drawing Capital Prises are not entitled to terminal Prises. AGENTS WANTED. 3DPor Club rotes, or any further information desired, write legibly to the undersigned, clearly stating your residence, Vith State, County, Street and Number. Morerapld return mall delivery will be assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your full address, Notr M&ssM Illlilk IRVINGTON, KY. DEALERS IN Field Seeds, Farming Implements, GROCERIES, SADDLERY, HARDWARE, Washington, D. O. 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For Jnlllurormatloii apply to wltb romiMiitndenriiliiHi.uniouiitatotKxliicrtlinre, tbeii bla atnelc la matured, uml la caabeU by lbs Company fur its face value. II la eatlmutoil tbut tbla maturity will be nuched lu ubout aeren or rlgbt yeara. Tbo anfrit, moat eoncervatUe mid moat profltablo of nil mutual ibiua, Lonna marto In tbe order of application. Mo Tim rut nf Inti. intuitu? liv lot uml Dn IiIiMIiil eat la uniform and low about wbat rent would W. rnmpanyli n tmitunl loan aiaoclntlini.or-Kuulzcinr tlioextu iuriio of rimlillng In iiiemlwrn to limit tliclr jmri) eurnlnin ntey ami lirofiutly, nnil to borrow money for tuoiiurixjioof Luylug or biiiliting llielr own bomeii. TliOiWci are tlOO ecli,nit roit tlis bolder 81 tdmlmilou uml W ccnti mr Month thrroHfttr. An nwn tb iiioiiry In mid In, It l loaned out to meiiilrio!ircal-eitiite-ciirlt)(irotiMorknecurlly of tbe Coiurmuy, nnil beglm to mm Interest. 111. trail of rrtrlvlng dividend, tbe rlorkbnbler la crciN Iteil with iiroflta, until ulmt ba bin mld In, togetbrr li--, $5,000,000. rfi Breckenridge- Circuit Court. - MMSbm -- ''i Richard H. Pcnlck, Ac. ) Plaintiff vs Notice in En'y Wm. T. Pcnlck, Ac. J Defendants. All persons having claims against the estate of Peter B. Penlck, deceased, are hereby notified to produco their claims before tbe undersigned Commissioner at his offlce in Hardinsburg, properly proven, on or before tho first day of March, 1800. Given under my hand as Master Commls-nionof the Breokenridge Circuit Court, this tbe first day of February, 1890. V. G. llabbage, M. 0. B. Q. 0. er ' $!r-i- - "s? Breckenridge Circuit Court. ) Plaintiff Notloo InEn'y J Defendants. All persons having claims against the estate of John 0, Whcatley, deceased, are here-b- y notified to produce their said claims before tbo undorslgned Commissioner at bis office In Uardinsburg, properly proven, on orboforethe first day of March, 1890. Qlven under my hand as Master Commissioner of tho Breokenridge Circuit Court, this 1st day of February, 1800. V. G. Babbage, M. O. B. C. y. A, M. DeJernetto, Adm'r v Kllon Wheatlcy and others. y Room 10 GEORGE W. JOHNSTON, General Manager, Tylor Building, S. E. Corner Sixth nnd Main Streets. J. UUIil'. 1IOK1ITZ. W. 11. JIALIiKMAK, J. W. OAIIMIKIIT, ATTILI.A (MIX. II. (1- - TIIIIVAV JOHN W. (1IIKKN, 1'. N. C'LAIIKK, W. H. VVJIONH CiTizr.a Natiokai. Haxk, Trcnaurer. MEdiANm' 8avix Haxh chas. n. T.ONO, nsfiii vcsi.rv II. V. BANIIKIIS, i, BOARD OF DIRECTORS. JACOI1 LOUISVILLE, KY. JtJLius iUMnEnaKii, J NO. JOHN HKLML'8, C. STItOTIIEll. t.r TntT Co., Trnatee. D. F. TEACY, General Agent. Tiik race for Clerk ol the Court of Appeals is warming up, and the candidates are fairly hurnminu around over the Stale. May the longest pole knock the persimmon Kx, Breckenridgo Circuit Court. Thomas F. Satterfield A y Callat F N D'Huy's jewelry sto-- o and see the handsome gold watch to be given to all our cash in advance nnd paid up subscriber;. When aha becamo Miss, nhe clung to Castorla. ' When tho had Clilldrcnjme gave them Castorla. Here's your Martin-pol- e Times, And lire's yenr Meddeu-jole- 1 Glasgow ! FOR IiYBlMU'fUA Uao JlrovruV, Iron lllttera. Phyalclani recommend It. All dealers keep It, 11.00 per bottle. fJcmilne )ia trade-maraud crossed red tinea on wrapper. Loi'isvn.u: had a genuine sensation last Monday in tho shapo nf an absconding bank teller, who le(t for Canada with $G0,-00- 0 in hard ca9h belonging to the Louisville City National Bink. His name was W. II. I'opo, a native of the city,, of good family and stood well in ocity of which be was a leader. He left the bank last Saturday saying that lie would be back, on time Monday. WhRn he foiled to arrive on time, iho safe was opened up and it was found tbut ho was ebort in bis accounts something near $C0 000 It is said thnt be kept a woman or two, gambled heavily and. played a big game of poker. Milton M. J Defendants. others All persons having claims against tbe estate of A. L. Simons, deceased, are hereby notified to produce their claims before the undersigned Commlss'oncr, properly proven at his offlce in Uardinsburg, on or before the first day of March, 1890. Given under my hand as Master Corarals- loner of the Breckenridge Circuit Court, this first day of Pebruary, 1890. V. G. Babbage, M.O.B, O.O, Renew your, subscription, promptly and Beta ticket In our Grand Gift Distribution S ', Tate, A others') Plaintiff F jNotlcoInEo'y I" ja Y s: Jihafaf,y IWnttn P- -. . - feN I.UUAIi ItUKVITIUB, Mrs. Aiuel I glliWggy.HiMMBWH fflmsw'iz! irJJ, H5jASKSF5.ti ryr f ',wf J fiLiatf B .....- laim 4 . .. -- M. SitftppRe s Iv HI BRANDENBURG, I'lility of ruin lust week Will Miller had to move out on ncrotilit of high water. Miss Lillie J. Ditto, Long Branch, spent a few.days in the city last week. iTTTrmTrrm mTtrnxtrn i iinTjDJTTjTTiLUi'uC Oole is quilt) lick, . Miw Jennie Woods is vpry siiik. The Kicapoo's til Fisher's hall toniiflit. Mrs. A II Fisher was very sick last week. 11 lu m DISGRACE ! LOOK OUT FOE, THE 0 AES ! r'f oj That are Bringing R - f p? t.. ht Iff. - ewv.ia- &. "Cfff 11 , , ) HE iSt . !C 4 J' l' i "J '.Mi SMl ' , 1. V V &;- '".1 JIN .: , ' Elfi fc" . hi,.; 1: :F S) . & x. r " j. Mr. Sam Fowler has been a victim to tbe fashionable la Grippe. Rev. Holcombe preached a splendid ter-mDr. J. M. Hardin's family has been suf. Sunduy. fcring very much from la Grippe. H. V. Duncan is improving bis residence But little of inCounty court Monday XjC'JT! WLS5.S,i on Third street. terest up, beyond a few road case. 3BJJVTOYS The Sulzern and the cily run a free Tbe administrator's sale of Win. Ditto, Both tho motliod and results when ferry during the high water. deceased, will take place March lit, 1890. Syrup of Flga ia taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and nets M. Hambleton is building a veranda to Judge Woolfolk announces himself as a his house ou Second street. candidate for the Constitutional Convenfcntlyyctpromptly on tho Kidneys, cleanses tho sysThe Holcombe meeting is ttill going on tion. tem effectually, dispels colds, headat the Elm street Methodist church. Mr. Sanford Malln will please accept aches and fevers nnd cures habitual cut-ra- te Witt ,t Conrad and May k Solbrig'a thanks through this column for court constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho items. blacktmitb shops aro both under water. only remedy of its kind ever proMiss Ida Mayfield has returned to Long Mr. W It. Tuttle, cf the L St. L. k T. duced, pleasing to tho taste and acBranch and taken up a subscription is negotiating for a lot here to build on. ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly licucficinl in its The City of Owensboro passed down this school. effects, prepared only from tho most Zack Gill was sentenced to the penitenmorning and will be up on time tomorrow. healthy and agreeable- suhstances, W, C. Brandon wUl preach in tiary for li'e for tho killing ol Mrs. Miner Rev. its many excellent qualities comDoll's cbapel next Sunday at 11 o'clock va Jones mend it to all and havo made it Mrs. J. D. Babbage and children, Cloa. m. tho most popular remedy known. verport, have been Bpending a few days The high water and bad roads combined Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drugcams very 'near causing a coal famine in at her old home. G L Neafus and wife vs. Louisville, this city. gists. Any reliable- druggist who S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. may not havo it on hand will pro-eur- o Mr. Geo. Short has rented the rooms in St, Louis and Texas railroad, judgment it promptly for any one who the Nkws building to bo vucated by Dr. W. for plaintiff 13,000. 1 i i i i i TTT Mil I LLL J UU U I LJ U. l.i i wishes to try Do not accept Capt. Joe Phillips and wife, of Memphis, B. White. any substitute. Mr. W. M. Hensley representing the arrived here last Sunday to attend the BEWLEYVILLE. Ditto, were married Tuesday evening at 8 Rees-Dittnuptials. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Pickett tobacco warehouse, Louisville, is homo, one and one-ba- ll o'clock, nt her 8AN FRANCISC ), CAL. . Mrs. Thomas Norton is quite sick. Mr. Melvin L. Gabbert, Rockport, Ind , in the city. 1.0UISVIUS, KY. NEW YORK, t.Y. miles above Brandenburg, by Rev. I. B. beer, visiting his cousin, Mrs. George We are glad to say that our friend Hiy The river reached its highest point at has Miss Addie G Ditto and Timberlake. Cain is slowly improving. this place yesterday at n6on and began to Dowden, for a few weeks. Mr. Harry Holton, Colambus, Ohio, were FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS. Judge Lewis, Frank fjrt, candidate for the attendants. Visitors from a distance, fall at 2 p. m. Lu Grippe bas about subsided at this We are autborlted to announce Judge of the Court of Appeals, spoke at Mr. and Mrs, W. T. Rees, Reeses, Ohio , writing, as there is nobody for it to grip. All the dwellers residing on Water street GRORGEH. MADDEN, Monday. the court-houMr. nod Mra. Win. Drum, Centerville, Mrs. Chns. Drury, who has been visiting as a Candldato for Clerk Court of Appeals eaBt end bad to move out last week on acof Democratic State count of the high water. Subject to the action The cold snap will no doubt have a Ohio; Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Phillips, Mem- her mother nt Brandenburg, has returned Convention. effect on the early fruit and all phis, Tenn. ; Mr. Hugh Phillips and borne. How delighted the cooks of this town daughter, Miss Minnie, Lebanon, Ky. COURT OF APPEALS, will bo next summer when natural gas wheat that is very forward. FOR JUDGE Mr. Beeler, traveling salesman for Mrs, J. D. Babbage, Cloverport ; Mr. F. Miss Nellie Lewis was down home Satcomes into general use. Johnson k Co., of Louisville, was in town We are autborlted to announce Miss English, Ditto, Sr, Louisville; The Courier-Journ- al says Capt. Marion urday and Sunday, from her school at Stephensport. Mr. Rees can Hatter him- last week. JOHN ROBERTS, Louisville, to see her mother. for Ryan, of the of the City of LouUvlllo, as a candidate Miss Eva Liwson, who lias been teachsteamer Transit, is quite ill self on his success in capturing one of the Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the at his home in Port Fulton. Mr. Geo H. Reiman and wife returned ing for the last five months near Irvington of tho Third action of tho Dcmocratlo party most beautiful and accomplished Blue home from Louisville Friday night from a has returned home. Appellate District. A lleet of barges containing n Grass daughters. from the furnaces of Sheffield, Ala , passed protracted visit to relatives. Mr. Wilson, our late teacher, has reWo are authoriicd to announco Gub Harris moved last week from the up the river yesterday on its way to Pittsturned to his home nenr Buras, much to JOSEPH LEWIS, JUDGE MEN YOU HEAR OF. Helmstetter property to the Bondurant tbe regret of bis many friends. to the office of burg, Pa. as a candidate for subject to the bouse on the hill near H. B. Livers Judge of the Court of Appeals, Mies Maggie B. Paul's school nt Bsthel Mr. Rector Cooper, father of Miss Lillie Wolseley is not jwpulnr with the Lord action of the Democratic party. There was a great deal of iuconvenience royal family of England. Cooper, teacher in the High school this Tho queen closed last week, nnd she has returned home much to the delight of her runny Wm. K. Barnes, city, died at bis home near Rockvale last suffered in getting out to Miss Ditto's especially dislikes him. John Allen Murray, Hardlnsburg. wedding Tuesday un account of the higb Monday. It is stated Hint Henry M. Stanley has friends. Cloverport. sold his forthcoming book narrating his Miss Emma Hodges will return to her Dr. W. B White, Br., has rented proper- water. MURRAY &. BARNES, with tbe bridal African experiences for 200,000. Miss Addie Ditto leaves home in Louisville in n few davs. Como ty on 4th street, Louisville, and will reTho late Sir "William Gull, tho eminent again, Miss move there with his family about tho 20th patty Wednesday to spend tbe rest of tbe Kairaa, wo are always glad London physician, had llttlo faith in Hardlnsburg and Cloverport, h winter with her sister, Mrs. D. W. to see you. of this. month. drugs, and didn't hesituto to say to. Kentucky. in Louisvillo, We understand Miss Lena Drury has The packet Tell City due here yesterday Lord Tennyson says that since ho The Rock Gib Co. had to disconnect morning did not leave Louisville on acfamous ho has had at least 100,000 charge of the spring school and will comcount of the high water, consequently there sotneofit8 tanks from the line and let tbe applications for his autograph. He has mence in o short time. Success lo you, favored only 000 individuals. gas out to keep them from floating olT durMiss Lena will be none up today. ing the high water. Krupp, Prussia's great gunmaker, Is Miss Cora Bandy, of Irvington, ond KY. That was very kind in John Slaton to HARDINSBUBG, Messrs. Doyle, Harvey and A J. Porter, tho heaviest taxpayer in tho kingdom. Miss Nannie Board, of Garfield, spent on Brick Corner. assist Jailer Pnte in recapturing his Ho is. assessed this year on an incomo of prisoners. John Slaton is nothing if not the secretary of the Meade County Central $1,400,000, an increase of $100,000 over Saturday and Sunday tho guests of Mrs. Sam McCoy. generous and bewtll be the nest jiiler of Gsb Co., were down last week lookirg last year. after tbe interests of the Company. Breckenridge too. Mrs. Hell, of near Irington, who has Norman T. Gassotte, grand commanGlad to report that Mrs. Emmett Coleder of tho Knights Templar of Illinois, bee'i visiting her mother, Mrs Susan Miss Lillie Cooper was called home on account of the illness of her father. The man and Mr. Jim Bland, who have been has tho largest private library of orien- Tucker, for the past two weeks, has reWEDNESDAY. MARCH 0. 1890. high water now interferes with her getting so very ill, are thought to be very much tal litcraturo in America. Ho spends a turned to her home. largo sum every year for now books. paper niid back, so her pupils at school have had a better and their recovery is no longer Rev. Mr. Davenport, pastor of tbe M. E Notice the lnbcl on your Bushyhend, tho Cherokeo chief, now thought doubtful. nee If your tlmo expire? ilil inonlli. holiday for the past week. In "Washington, is tall, with a brown church at this place, failed to till bis apThe high wa'er has run out several famThe new paper to be started in this city skin, but with tho features of a Caucas- pointment last Saturday and Sunday on lcroiiul. ilies on tho river front. The water is up ian. It is said that lie is not mora than account of sickness. will probably issue its first number next h Indian. Some years ago lie Saturday week. The outfit has not yet ar- in the street some distance and nil travel Our friend Will K Pool, in the ioterest Jiidjte J 8. Wilkerson Is nt home. Monday. rived but is expected every day. It will be up in the bottom is cut eff and the people married a nioco of Senator Butler, of of J. M. Robinson, Louisville, spont a few Silas Llllard wont to Louisville South Carolina. called tbe Cloverport Times and published go out over the hill. days in town last week, nnd his visits alForrio Wilkerson was in the city last Antonio Do Navarro, Mary Anderson's ways afford by Messrs Gregory k Baker. our girls mujh pleasure. The water has shut off the travel from fiance, is of medium higlit, rather slenweek. Suppose the depot der of build, nnd his hair and small mus Mr. D. F. Tracy, of Hartford, is hero for tbe upper bottom. Mr. Jjhn Musselman has moved his Dr. Cundiff went to Stephensport yes- the purpose of organizing a local board for were on Squire Ditto's farm, how would tache aro black. His eyes arc black, too, near to Sinking creek hill soas to bs terday y. the National Building and Loan Associa- people get to it? Tbe station is at tbe and ho gives ono tho impression of n convenient to attend the water tunk on Louisville Judge Murray wont to serious student. He is n partner with the L., U. & W. railroad, which he has tion, Louisville. This is a good company proper place for Brandenburg. his father and brother, Alfonso, in tbo charge of. and does business on the same plan as all is Jesse L.'Malin has quit the river and Mrs. A. J. Gro9s went to Louisville companies. He organized a fine at home for tbe present, restirg up for law and real estato business. Quite a number of people were in town Friday. Buffalo Bill had nn interesting expeboard at HardinBburg, Mr. B F. Beard something else. He says he wants a drv rience at Barcelona. As ho was about to Saturday, and among tbem we noticed W. of Addison, was in the cily being tbe local secretary. M. Hamman. He has good reasons for loavo that city ho was accosted hy . land occupation. an W. Williams, of Basin Spring; R. !' Friday. e&voy of the .Spanlah government, who Jolly, Irvington; and Ed Bennett, of Mr. J. D. Pennington and wife and Mr. and can see where he is light. Joe Mulhatten pasd through the city Chap. E. Milner passed through the city E U, Shelman is earning a watch asked him if ho would accept a certain Summer Seat. .Sunday. Tuesday enroute to, their home in McKin-ne- y, that he lost wbilo out hunting one day in a deooration, "Not by a long sight," said The cold wave bas come and there must Qol. Cody. "I am nlready duko of ColD H Murray returned from Liuisville Texas. Mr. Pennington was a forGeld in 1882. Since then tbo field has orado." The envoy bowed respectfully be truth in tbe ground hog adage. He iSunday. mer citizen of this county, and has been been tilled once or twice. Last year tbe at)d disappeared. came out and saw his shadow and returnMis? Sallie Pumphrey returned to Holt here for several weeks visiting his old watch was found after being lost for seven Ruskin was onco nsked if it would ed, and it seems that old winter lias put home near Uardinsburg. He says ho is years. When found, it was wouud up last Friday. SMr. well for tho "Welsh Innguago to on its ugliest garb. Rockporl, was in the well pleused with Texas and likes to live and started to runniug, and looks now as and bo replacod by tho Englisfy. J. A Evans, of &ATHK5 there, but bis wife says there is no place if it had never been exp'sid to tbewea'her. "God forbid!" ho replied. "TlieWchth cily this week. Needing a tonic, or children ttiAt want building like Kentucky, hjtnguago is tho lauguago of music. Thcio up, should taku Messrs. John Colgan and J. B. McKown, Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Bjllilt went to imOWN'S 1UON HlTTEnS. The Original Kickapoo Indian Medicine Louisville, were at the pottery shop last is no genius about tho English language. It Is pleasant to take, cures Malaria, IndigesLouisvillo last week. Tho Scotch have got all tho poetry, aud tion, aud lliuousuess. All dca'era keep It. Company, will locate in Fisher's Hall, week looking after the material for putting tho Irish all the wit; and how we got Hon. Tice Jolly was in the city Monday March 5ib, and will give free exhibitions up tbe salt plant. Mr. McKown has tbe Shakcspcaro I do not know." enroute to Frankfort. FARMERS FREE COLUMN. every night to ladies and gentlemen, no contract from the Consolidated Gas Co. to Ilawarden, Mr. Gladstone's country Miss Sallie Moorman returned from childron admitted, except to Saturday put up the plant. They ore calculating seat, was invaded ono day recently by n For Sale Fresh cow and young calf, good Itockvale via Victoria. Extra attractions Saturday on works that will run out 100 barrels per llttlo olivo colored man, making many milker. matinees. J. O. Stki'hknb, Holt, Ky. EI. & W. railroad, M. Tansey, of the L nights when tbe admission is only 10 and day. This Company believes in home gestures and talking a strango jargon; was in the city Thursday. No utilization of its gas, and that is wbat so tho servants arrested him as n manlao 20 cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock. and possiblo assassin. Mr. Glndstono was Miss Lizzio MuGavock is visiting at Mrs person admitted after 8 o'clock. Genuine more of the companies ought to be at. summoned toseotho wretch, who turned A splendid Creek llottoia Farm, lying on Every thing Indian Medicines for sale. T. Skilltnan'a this week. J. Zack Gil), who was sentenced to peniout to bo a Greek professor, speaking no the wators of Clover Creek, one mile and a half s. The Company roraalnB until tentiary for life, through his attorneys, Dr. A. A Simons Roes to Louisville toEnglish, who had como all tho way from from Cloverport adjoining William 6.IsAllen. well It contains 80 aeres more or less. further notice. moved tbe court to have him tried for Athens to congratulate tho British stntcH-ma- n adapted for fruit or for a stock farm. day to attend tho Pattl concert. There Farmers, you should uie tho News' free lunacy, which was done, and the jury reon knowing Homer's "Hind" by Is a fine Locust Grove of about 8 aores, also a Miss Cora Wea'lherholt and her mother It will assist turned a verdict that the defendant (Gill) heart. column more than you do. fine Ueach 0 rove and some Poplar and lllckory returned from Fordsville Monday. This timber lays on the creek and timber. you more than you can imagine if you will was a lunatic. The court suspended the This Is a valuable OF ROYALTY. DOINGS can bo easily marketed. Mrs. W. H. Bowraer visited her daughter only try it. If you have a horse to sell or judgment to the penitentiary and Gill was llttlo place and the purchaser can make his Holt a few days o Mrs. Jno. Barks, jr., at anything else in the way of stock or farm sent to the asylum. If he should becomo Nntalto has ordered $100,000 money out of It from tbe rale of the timber. cash. If this week. products, why not send us a postal to that sane, be will be brought back here and worth of funiitr.ro from Russia for her Will sell cheap for now is youryou want a barchance. For gain In a farm now houso in Belgrade. M. Shrewsbury, Republican cando the work of selling it Mr. effect and let us further Information address then arraigned for the pen. V. H. MORTON, Th Prlnco of Naples, although not yot didate for sheriff of this cjunty, was in for you, instead of you gettiog on your Tho Rock Gas Co., continues to push 31 years of ago, has been appointed by Hock Lick, Ky. the city yesterday. horse and loosing two or three days of j. its work in the Geld at Long Branch by its his royal father to a scnntorshlp of Italy. Capt. A. J. Gross, the shrewdest of valuable time looking for a buyer. Tbe NOTICE! FARM FOR 'SALE. and persevering engineer, ClarTho czar has bestowed nn annual pen-lio- n Nkws Is willing and anxious to Serve you dutilul politicians, is In the city. Kentucky's They are pumping ence L. Parsons. of 0,000 rubles (about $1,000) upon in this capacity without money and withFrankfort Capital. In lireckenrldgo County, Ky., three fourths of their wells steadily all tbo time, Anton Rubinstein, and tho eminent pianthree price. Try ur. of a mile from Stenhentport, a townon the Mr. and Mrs. Lecompte Henderson, of out two watchmen to a well. They each stand ist has a standing offer of $3,600 a perOhio river and I.., St. L. & T. It. II., consisttwenty-flv- o piano performWebster, visited relatives and friends here llucklouo Arnica Salve Fine fruit and stock, farm ing of 145 acres. twelve hours at a watch. Messrs. Andy formance for ances in America. The best salve in the world for cuts with fiv9 never falling springs oriit. Thdim- Sunday and Monday, and Geo. Benbam are at consist of one frame dwelling bruises, sores ulcers, salt rheum, forer JUckcrstaff Tho sultan of Turkey has decided to No. 1, A. Ditto, Jr., and Jimmie Daniel F. Tracy and Mr Cojby are in sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, ouie of flvo rooms, ttablo and tobacco barn. put now uniforms on his troops, and is Also plenty of good fruit of nearly all kinds. n BickerstafT at Bickerstaff'No. 1, John the city this week organizing Building corns, and all skin eruptions, and positivenow Inspecting different styles of miliWhich can be bought for $1.250 $500 cash In It is ly cures Piles, or no pay required, and J. T. Ditto at Sbacklelt No. 1. and Loan Associations tary dreBs. It is settled that in summer hand and three years time on the remainder. guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or and brother money refunded. Price 26 cents per box, QAIIDNKU HAWKINS. Mr. Chas. H. Apylyto At a mass meeting of tbe citizens of tho uniform shall bo white, liko that of tho Russian army. George, nnd Mr. Eli Brown, of Sample, For sale bx G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., Meade county at the court bouse on Wedand J. A". Witt. Hardlnsburg, Ky. Tho papers of tho late Empress were in the city yesterday. nesday night, Feb. 2Gth to discuss the havo been taken in charge by nn of Garfield was Dr. It. W. Warfield, 650 acres of hind, in one mile of Webster Beefsteak and mushroom pudding is a natural resources of the county, and to Dfflcer of tho German government nnd yesterday, and reports his town as favorito Brazilian dish. devise some means by which they could here lealcd up, Thoy includo diaries and Station, L., St. L. & T. railroad. In good public notice, tho1 fol- journals which wcro intended for publigrowing rapidly and doing a fine business community, in good state of cultivation, Frenchmen mako a snail omelette that be brought to the gentlemen were appointed a comlowing cation after her death, and which, it is churches, schools and shops convenient. Mr, Price Graham went to Louisville Is described as delicious. O. Richardson belioved, would havo nindo a sensation Thursday to get some pieces of machinery T. B. Hesueuson, Address, Accolade do lievro a 1' brocho is a more mittee: J. F, Woolfolk, O. W. H. Ricbardion, A. M. Robinson, Dr.i among tho royalties. WebBter, Ky. bobbin factory an! to bring down lubstantial dish than tho uamo would for the An Inventory of tho wardrobo of Imply. II K. Puiey and D. W. Fairleigb. They that already bought. 1600, "Mutton duck" is not quito so dellcnto are to watt upon the Board of Trade nnd. Queen Elizabeth, inado in tho yearqueen Glp Taylor pissed up from Owensbcri shows that tho u tho canvas back, but it is much Commercial Club of Louisville, This recently published, 120 kirtlea, 209 gowns, bis Friday bound for Louisville. He and then had 90 robes, ..000,000 Hickory Spokes. cheaper. committee will report its uotioo next 180 "foroparts," 125 petticoats, 27 fans, edestrian friend Will Sweeny loavo for a 600 000 feet Hickory lumber. A nowly invented pancake inachlno Monday night, when other important stops 90 cloaks, 83 saveguards, 6S doublets and tramp trip through Eirope in April. 600,000 feet Oak lumber, for tho table saves much wear and tear will be taken, and then you may soon ex18 lap mantles, Tho wns appear nil to Mlises Forrle Hardin and Katie Smith hi tho kitchen. 100,000 Cords of Hickory Butts. pect to see Meade county to the-- froat. bnvo been of tho vlulie materials. of and Mrs. D. 8. Duncan, of the suburbs Tho United States supreme court has For dimensions and prices, address. Ned Rees, Reeees, Ohio, and Miss Mr. Addison, are spending a week in the city, decided that beanB aro properly classed OwexsBRono Wueki. Co. Subiciibo for tbeBREPKKNRinai: News, Julia E Ditto, daughter of Mr. J. K attending the meeting at tho M. 15 church is vegetables, llotel Mall, for a week. on For additional lecal news see our first pogt. Mrs F. M. Smith has been quite sick The bjgh water has caused Mr. Moremcn to shut down hts mill J. S. ONB To bo poor, but, as "Jones" Hays, it's mighty inconvenient "Jones" comes pretty near the truth. We have to some extent robbed "poverty of its sting," by selling the best of Clothing in the city at such remarkably low prices that the For the past poor man can dress as well as the rich man. business for the acconinioda-tio- n few weeks we have been doing of the public. We adopted this plan in order to push our Winter Stock of Suits and Overcoats. We have made a big hole in our stock, aud while we have made no money, The time is thank the people for their liberal patronage. drawing near, howcver,whcn wc must bring forward our new Spring Stock, which wc have been manufacturing for some time. Before wc do that, the remainder of our superb Now prices. Suits and Overcoats go at the same is the time to buy a Suit or Overcoat for next winter. SULZER'S NEW STOCK! We Bought Early and we Bought cheap. t WE CAME FIRST and GOT FIRST CHOICE. WE MILKED THE MARKET n - WINTER II I and KEPT THE "Old Reliable" Clotliievs i I I WHICH ENABLES lS TO OFFER - TiROFITABLE it rmTiTiT .Tickings m mACTICAL o Iatrons I ! ! i. o WHO WANT THE WORTH OF MONEY AND THE QUINTESSENCE OF QUALITY IfcTOTIEJ A THIS se Hew Stock ! A Choice Stock At Low Prices ! , SULZER'S BRYANTS. STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE ffi&&v:i&HknMt LOUflS V9LLE, K Y. pig-iro- J. R. BASSETT & BRO., DOORS, H9 Attorneys atLaw. LBITCHFIELD, KY. SASH, BLINDS, ROUGH DRESSED LUMBER, and 9 Faii-ieig- bc-ca- Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, K00I1M MMingMaiena JS TISFA (J TIOJV .LSS UBED. tit .1-?.- . tf .i Breckenridge News. ESTIMATES furnished at low prices. SHIPMENTS made directly from Planing Mill to any point. ,S. k :o: OVERCOATS! If its an 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. an Overcoat very cheap. You must take the cash along tho' to get it or its cquivelcnt, Produce. He aUo has a large stock of Ladies' and Gent's winter ono-eight- $ :o; yes-terdn- first-cla- ss UNDERWEAR that he says must go along with the Overcoats. lie has cut the price on these goods and they must leave. IJut 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. J. A. WITT Hardinsburg, Ky. BipeBffiffifflflBaBg8BgBgBffiffigBgBffiflB m Fakm For Sale. first-clas- FA.K.I2.Y MFG. CO., mOIAIMAPOLIS, IND. "' t T"MWMC:: Ex-Que- Price, $18.00 at Factory. Cash with Order. no. ii. Flrst-Clo- s Jl Hit.' hi Strictly AUHccoud O row Hi Hickory. Steel Axles aud Tims. jy I)W IJcnt Scut Arms. Perfectly Balanced Iionu, Easy Riding', Oil Tempered 8nrlng. llcst Wheels and Host All Over. IF YOU CAN'T FIND THEM FOR BALE BY YOUR MERCHANTS, wsS Warranted. rc J0 J VTJF' SSfS4t$7Nv X LggS&i n ill Mz I V - . " WRITE US. -- Mc-Geh- ee A Sure Hog Cholera Preventive. Sul-iva- n Mo or mSmk, Au-gus- ta For Sale. J. E. MOORMAN'S Gli ol era PrevGiitive it Wanted. Will prevent tho ravngei of Cholera on any farm alock, nndf In totno ciucj will cure Cholera, although wo it will cot iniuro It to do aoi It bat been Irleil nnd thoroughly wSSBzjsj tested by many of tho best farmer xVatLoaVaHHattiaK aaaaKTSJ-aMafaVeMSSSfirtjTstir In UrcckcnrlJgo ond Hardin cotin tiea and has never failed. Below aro tho naniea of loino of our farmera who have lotted lit meriti i John Meador, Dolnfa Jon ' IllgSnrlngi Dob Eogllih, Dr. 0. 7. Aud, Ceclltttn j Chai. Hardaway, llewleyrllle. toachea ui that Hog Cholera canno) be cured except In rare casei ; lo UhfilUVi Kxpcrlcnce merely a preventive which, If given according tu dtrtctlona, vre warrant to preserve the It la put np in tacki at 12J4 ccnla per pound. Twenty five pounda will keep tweatyvL' hogi healthy for a year. 9&L AGENTS Beard A Beeler, Uardlmburgi (1. W. Short, Oluvcrport) Joe Jonea, RoekvS?' Manufactured by Vjjfc f ii Vi9BE9aA7 ' 1 W iSl r ' if J. E. MOORMAN, Owensboro, Ky, ' f o?U," lyrwfp'T " 411. ..HJi Jlllli H!IH1IIH HI Wlf-l- fpp '"HffKU'wa fl r 4 V S i j J , W wA " I effort to oxpcl foreign tnil. IS Nattuo's from the bronchial passage. stances Frequently, this causes lnllatnmatlon nrul the need of an anodyne. No other expectorant or anotlyiio is equal to Ayctfa Cherry Tcctoral. It assists Uaturo in ejecting tho mucin, allays irritation, induces repose, and is tho most popular of all cough cures. "Of tho many preparation beforo tho public for tho euro of colds, coughs, bronchitis, nnd kindred diseases, tiicro I none, within tho rango of my cxporl- ence, so reliable as Aycr's Cherry 1'ec- toral. For years I was subject to colds, followed by torrlblo coughs. About four years ago, when so nflllcted, I was ad- vised to try Ayer's Cherry l'ectoral anil to lay all other remedies aside. I did o, and within a week was woll of my cold and cough. Since then I liavo always kept this preparation in tho house, nnd feel comparatively secure." Mrs. It. L. Brown, Ucntnarfc, Miss. "A row venrs nso T took a sovcro cold which nffectpd my lungs. I had a tcr- rlblo cough, nmf passed night ofter night without sleep. The doctors gavo mo up. I tried Aycr's Cherry l'ectoral, which rollovcd my lungs, Induced sleep, tho and afforded tho rest necessary forconrecovery of my strength. Ily the tinual uso of tho Pectoral, a permanent euro was effected." Horace l'ulrbrotlicr, Hockinghnm, Vt. Coughing Tho Oilier Side. .TomssporiT, I.m, Feb. 21. 1890. I noticed in tho Nuns ol February i'Jth an nr icle concerning the punishment of a pupil (Sum Groves) at Iho Tobinsport sshoot, by the nssWtont teacher. I wish io correct a few miis'iiteinenls in that article. CUSTER. I,a Grippe ard rainy weather is thn topic of I he day, Mr. .lames Itrnck died of la Grippe nnd pneumonia SumlayPeb 0. Mrs Peiinick, uhose husband has been dend for several years, wai found dead in her bed Frfdny, Feb 7. Prof Tho. N. Nimuio t Bro. ore in Louisville, purchasing goods for iheir new store which will open up next week. Messrs F. It Lynn and W. D Carman are bining tobacco in large quantities this season. Messrs F. B Lyon C D Pickerill. I, S. Butler and U. M. Butler storied for Louisville Thursday morning Dr. P.zra Horned, who has been attending the Medical College io Louisville, come home Friday for a short Bin)-- . Mrs Mary Solomon, of Vino Grovo, visited her pirents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Lieb, last wpek. Prof. Itobt. K Pickerill anived Cloverport last week. Prof. from racacaj What is THE BRBCKMRIDQE OB -A- nSTaTD First, that there were eighteen ieep ru'H on the boy's body, is f.ilio. Second, that a farmer who happened to be near and Ri.ed tho boy from being Mr. beaten to death, is also a falsehood Chas Weatherholt is the farmer and hero who should have rushfil in and, at the risk of his own life, saved that of the boy Mr Weatherholt cut the switch nnd saw tho boy punished, but was quite a distance So it is clear that he did from thescrne. not interfere. 'Third, it is claimed that the boy was sick aud raving for several days from the The boy was effects of the punishment sick during the night following the punishment, but that boy had been sick several times before (bat whipping and will probably be siek again during his life. It d ies not necexarily follow that he was sick from the tfTdCts of the whipping. Hut the writer of that pie.'e meant to leave the impression that his raving was caused by the effects cf the punishment beyond a doubt, congratulating himself in the thought that ho had put a stain upon the character of a fellow creature. That boy has been very unruly for some time, cursing the teacher and calling her by names that would not look well on paper She asked advice of the Superintendent, and was told by him lo restore order by some means, nnd she used the only means that can be succcss'ul in such a case Xow, if he, she or it, with the wonderful CASf Castorla cures Colic, Constipation j Sour Stomach, Dlarrhnea, Knictntlmi ; tllres healthy Bleep ; ulso aids dlgosUoo ; Without narcotia BtupefacMou. M 5 'Q'"1"'"'''""'' "'1 Mil Castorla la Dr. Saml Plto'hor'g old, IiarmIos nnd qniclr onro for Infants' and Children's Complaints. Snpoilor to Castor Qllf Prtrogorlo or Nnrootlo Syrnpw. Children cry for Cnstorla. of Mothorw blesn Castorla. Mil-Hoi- m " I recommend Castorla for children' complaints, bA superior lonny prescription known to me." If. A. Aiiciier, It. D.. Ill .So. Oxford St., Urooklyn, N.Y, Tliie Cent ac re Commnt, 77 Murray St., New York. msai VlXXVfrVVtVraVVlVYVfrf,VlY,VW era111 $300 TO $500 -- e. 0UERBA0KEE, GILM0RE & CO.. GIVEN TO OUR- - J. M. Comet has applied for the spring school at this place. .Scrap of Paper .Save Ilcr I.lfc. It was just an ordinary scrap of wrapShe ping paper, but it saved her life. was in the last Btages of consumption, (old by physicinns that she was incurablo and could live only a short time; she weighed On a piece of less ihau seventy pounds. wrapping paper she read of Dr. King's New Discovery, and git a sample battle it helped her, she got a large bottle, it helped her more, bought another aud grew better fast, continued its uso and is now 10 strong, healthy, rosy, (dump, weighing pounds. Fur fuller particulars send stamp to W. H. Cole, Druggist, Fort Smith. Trial Bjttles of this wonderful Discovery Free at G. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., nnd J. A Witt's, Uardinsburg, Ky. A 1 Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Dr. Whole s ale 319 NOTICE $S J. C. Ayer ll Druggists & Bold by Co., Lowell, Mass. Trice li bottle 5. 3S1 "7s7". :MTaiXL rocers! Paid Up Subscribers St., All old subscribers who Pay Up to date and One Year in advance to have a ticket in our Drawing ke. t, LOUISVILLE, KY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS. EXTRAORDINARY IN OK 1 Breckewridge News Head the Novelette PITOTOMAIPMY kind or style, Cabinet, Curd, Daily or Tintypes at reasonable pricca. Alio largo work of any kind or style. Enlargements made from old pictures and I also make Crayon Porframed for $2.50 Having eighteen years experience in traits. Photography, I will try to make Photos or any other work to please ono and nil. Giro mo a call. Now located over I will mnko Photographs any T II J or&r s Bride! HY imagination, and who is an expert at misrepresenting the truth, feels like replying, I will be pleased to continue the correspondence, but I would like to suggest that he throw in cnoug truth to season the article. "That's right, give it to him." This was the expression of an old nurse, when some, body recommended Dr. Hull's Haby Syrup for our baby. People who are suffering from the effects of torpor of the liver, should take Laxador and they will soon be well and happy. Price only '2! cents NOW W.W.BROOKS, IN CLOVERPORT. LBtv-'-r'iiSc5lyi3Sis- MBB-j- - fSwHHrnrWlnffHWrlissssM A Welcome Visitor. Liuismu.k, Ky , Feb '22, Mit It lo lottery Scheme ! 18!)0. D. Baiiiuije, You will find enclosed $1 00 Dkaii Slit for which you will pleaso send me the Biitx'KKMtnxit: Ns:wa for one year. The Nkws is a welcome visitor to my house. Yours respectfully. Fti.i. GiiEoonv, 122 Third Etreet Croup and Whooping Cough in Children speedily relieved and cured by "C. C. C Certain Ciugb Cure." Warr n'ed. Sold by G W. Short. J. ROSE TERRY. It will sr.ortly appear in mis Paper. runners l.rtigiivM .11 can Prosperity lo llic Farmer II lllglilly oiiilui'lril. Farmers Ungues, associations, meetings tie, will bring about a system of iro-- e in- Finely Illustrated. LEGISLATIVE NOTES. The House lias voted lo txtsiid the session beyond the constitu'iouul limit of days TIip Governor lias returned the followThe Kentucky ing bills wi h his veto Atiderfon the Company, Instrument County Safety Vault and Trmt Corapiny the (ireensburg Deposit Hank, the Kqmt-abl- e Trust and Hanking Cimpany, an uct amending the Owensboro Safetj Vault The (iowrnor's oband Trust Company jection to these bills was, that they wpre speculative in their character and did not give Millhieut protection to depositors Mty telligent farming, We already eee that there is a decided iniDrovemett going on among these pople in our county. The formers ore in better condition than ever bsfore the fences are being repaired, the gullies filled up, the bouses both dwelling and out, mole better, while everything indicates a new order of things. All this speaks well for the farmers and argues well for the future There is no reason why the furmT should not be us intelligent as anybody else His is a profession as much as that of law medicine or the He needs b)oks papers school room. and periodicals that discuss his business They can be obtained for a small sum and ought to be in his house and be studied In'elligent farming means prosperity to a cointrj Modisonville Hu tier ell and llapp) I . The House Committee on I'rintiii has unanimously agreed !o puss a bill providing for a general cystem of court advertising The State Auditor h&9 placed befure the o shottered constitution Among other Senate the information in regard to the evidences of impaired nutrition was what amount paid out by the State for attorneys, the doctors colled softening of the bones. other than the Attorney (Jencral, lor legal In her fifth year she happened to a sl'ghr 'I he aggrenervices rendered the State accident which resulted in the dislocation is a little over $.!(! COO for the gate amount of the hip jiint, nnd, from the irritation last four ears thus eel up, terrible abscesses of the hip A hill is before the House asking fur an ensued. The abscesses, despite the medappropriation of jl .'0il for the purpose of ical treatment that could be obtained, reerecting a monument over the remains o' in lined for three years discharging conthe late Gov, lllackburn in the Frankfurt tinuously At this time, through the int'emetery fluence of friends, I put her on your S S Ily Mr Jullj a bill to incorporate Kli S. When this treatment was commenced II. Dean, .John 11 Hensley, V .1 I'iggott. the abscess was very large, having fix perV W. Williams, It M Jolly. A. J. Gross, forations, pus discharging through them I) It. Murray, John D. Habbuge, Carli all. During this treatment several epic-1- . ltichardson, Felix Monroe, C X Mnseley, of bone came out, and by the time she W. I! Moorman, It J Robertson, Kli had finished her fifth bottle the abscess Storms, lien T Miller, W J Dean, Jr., M had entirely healed, her appetite and genMeyer, A Cart, John Alexander, Mat eral health had been restored , in short, Payne, C. Hlanford and J. D. Heeler as she was well and happy, and so continurs the Hreckenridgo County Fair AssociaMils J. A. WiEtm.it, tion, with a capital stock of 10,000 Lower Main St , Sktingtoa, Pa. Treatise on Hlood und Skin Diseases Da not "throw up the sponge." Try lake pleasure in submitting the following statement of facts that you may know the great benefit that has resulted from the use of 30ur Spec'lic in the cose cf ray little daughter, now ten years of age. The child, when two jears of age had a severe attack of scarlet fever, which left her with Tho earliest account wo havoof an itistru inent for measuring tho hentor cold of the atmosphoio is that noticed by tho"Spiritnliar of Heio, nbotit l.VJ It C Tho uso of mercury in thotubowns suggested by Iialley, ubout NASHVILLE, al1CU7, and (Iist practically carried out by acFuhicnhcit, u natne of Duntzlc at tho time his invention una completed nn instrument companied by cash promptHo divided tho fcpacct maker at Amsterdam ly tilled. OK TIIK between tho freezing mid boiling iwints of IbO degs., and commenced the water into graduation of hissculont tho point to which tho mercury fell when tho bulb was treated 11 Y to a mixture of salt and pounded ico. The salt and ico mndo tho lowest degreo of cold MRS. JEFFERSON DAVIS. known to tlio cxieriinenter or any of hit Bargain-:-Column!! tclcntiflc friends, nnd was, ou this account, TO BE SOLD BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY. termed "ztro " It is a generally received idea that tho zero point on tho Fahrenheit For Spot Cash Only. Tlic prospect iin mill complete outthermometer w as so named becnuso of its corfit for cuiiviishIiiu will be realty responding tothelowestdogreoof cold known iiiinicilliitcly. on tlio tlioi es of tho Baltic sea, tho native i Do., lead pencils for 5 cts. homo of Fuhicnhelt, but this Is as crronoout Agents Wishing Desirable Territory assevcinl other popular ideas respecting the 011 iIiin 5 Qtiiics Note papc for 25 cts. ?rcut work will ploiirie temperatuioscnlo. uililrcKM, us toon as pobfclblc llio 1 Set Goblets for 25 cts. It is simply, as already related, tho lowest publishers, degree of ai tiliclul cold know n to tho invenA good white slnit imki'indrcd BELFORD COMPANY, tor of tho useiul httlo Instrument. The 2 Knot IHIIi St., VOItK. freezing point of water w us muikcd at !K for 39 cts. degs. abot zero, liecauso it corresjioiulcd to Gent's Uiulci shirts for 39 cents 3J of tho lisO equal spaces maikcd by tho inventor on his scalo beforo an- - of tho points worth 50 cts. had loen named. Wash Bowels and Pitcheis, best About TM Hcaumur, of France, ued spirits Stone China ior S5 cts. worth $1 00 of w Iuo and adopted tho fi uezlug and boiling jwints as tho tu o standards of his scalo. The Stone China Vegetable Dishes spaco between theso was divided Into SOdegs. several shapes The freezing is tho zero ioliit of tho Hcaumur tho graduations extending thermometer, wot th 15 20 30 40 each way. Tho Reaumur was tho standard will sell for 12 20 3 time, of the thermometer of Franco until tho Glass Lamps complete for 20, 25, THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH LINE. revolution of 17S9, when it was superseded ' by tho centigrade, the invention of a Swedish 30, 35 cents. (L.K.4ST. L.R. R.) nstionomer named Celslno. The. centigrade 1 Set Glass Tumblers for thermometer murks 100 degs, between the 15 cts. freezing and tho boiling points of water. It Gold band Cream Pitchers only SHORTEST, QUICKEST is used to tho exclusion of tho others men tloned throughout continental Europe, the 20 cents. AND BEST LINE TO Fahrenheit being almost wholly confined to Plain Stone China Cream PitchCheat Britain, Holland and tho United ers t2 cts. States Exchange. .Wtf-A- You get value received for your money in one of the Best County Papers published GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for in the State, and then we give you a ticket Reapers and Mowers, which entitles you to a chance in the Grain Drillo, Fertilizer, Cement, drawing. igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, We have adopted the Drawing method Pine & Poplar Shingles FINE SHOW GASES. of distributing the Presents, because it is for catalotme. TERRY M'F'G CO., TcNN. Plow Ilondles. Pine FlooriiiR Brick, the only fair way of doing it. ways kept on hand Orders Cloverpott, Ky. Mich- MAllTIN'S DRUG SrOIlK. HWPJlyjJISpfsB zl. :c if1 :b Hon. Jefferson Davis. PLAN OF DRAWING. A duplicate of every ticket sold is BABBAGE'S 1 I I I the old standard remedy, Dr Hull's Cough mailed free. Price 'lit cents highly recommend Salvation Oil, it has done more for my wife in one night than physicians have accomplished in FHKI) A.SCHULZF.. 3 ears .12 Fayette St , Kaltimore, Md Sjrup. I SWIFT SPECIFIC CO . Atlanta, Ga IJooit iik a I. viler 1 liver) Week. l'.Mi, IK'.H) is out for the Paynksmul, Feb IH tit Silt see my lime Xims As I was born and robed near i our city, tho paper is as good as a letter every week. I can hear fiom all my old friends. I want you to do all jou can to get old Hreckenridge to go Democratic. Kudosed find H 00 for the Nnn and a 2 cent stamp for return of ticket A M. ."Sole. It will be of interest to tbousandi of war veterans, as well as the Southern people generally, to know that W. L Pagan, of Alabama, who was an officer of the Confederate Array has compiled, and M T. ltichardson A Co, 81 Iteade St., New York City, will soon publish the most Literary Glass Fruit Saucers for iS cents. Guest (giowing rod) It's Rta'.o! Glass Pickle Dishes 5 cents. Waiter (examining it Of count.1, ball. Glass Molasses Stands 20, 30 anp Cutoir, Bah! Guest (frenzied) Why, you impudent 40 cents, very cheap. Bcoundtef, didn't you hear mc say, two Glass Preserve Stands 15, 25 and or three times, that this fish is stale? Waiter (perplexed) Yes, salt; go on, 30 cents, a bargain. sail. What else, sah? Wall Paper and Border to cover Guest (seizing a plate) Look here, a niudium sized room, only Jfi.oo. you. Rcmovo that fish. Gent's Linen Collars only 10 cts. Waiter (equally mad) Yes, sail. But Linen Cufl's per pair 15 cts. ain't it all light, sah? What about its Decorated Parlor Lamps for $2.00 tail? Half-doze- n I ball? Slight MlsiilidrritHliillii. Guest Waiter, this fish is stnle. Wuiter Yes, sail. Guest (as wuiter docs not remove it) buid tlii.s fitsli is stale! Wuiter "Woll, ball; what about It, A Large size Stone China Pitcher 39 cts. worth 50 cts. Two-quagold hand pitchers rt 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 drawing. One will draw from the box conm:v taining the tickets the other from the box containing the prizes. A ticket will be raiaanwaaiBBaSI drawn out and at the same time a prize If the prize drawn out is the Wagon, the 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 St. Louis, Evansville out. 18-8- AND ALL POINTS West and Time-Car- South-Wes- t. only 45 cents. d LIST OF PRIZES - worth $3.00. Guest (suddenly catching on) Turkish prunes only 5 cents a Laivrcneo American. pound. 3 Pounds dried peas for 10 cts. 16 Pounds New Orleans sugar B the story, for if 1. WmivuN. complete collection of Southern Songs, camp fire, patriotic and sentimental, ever gathered together in one volume. The title of the book will be "Southern War Songs" and it will be elaborately illustrat-tra'c- d and finely bound. The intention is to moke a volume which can he used for Birthday and Holiday Gifts. Leonard Heath's Fortune, Which will hhortlj Try our hams, the finest in the market. A splendid mixed tea for 50 cts. a pound. BiiKCKENumon Ni:ws, The Courier-Journand a Weekly ticket m our Grand Gift Distribual 00. tion, for $2.00. i:uiioik)'. The lrvington road Las torn up Dr This is what you ought to have, in foci, Mitchell, just above Fordsville, terribly It has run across his yard, making a ten you must have it, to fully enj'iy life. Thoufoot cut. They have torn down his corn sands upon thousands of dollars are spent by our people in the hope that crib and stable, leaving him in a terrible annually they may attuin this boon. And yet it shape. lie ordered the surveyors oil' by remedy, 1ms been bound over may be had by all. We jjuaranteo that the shot-gu- n Klectric Hitters, if used according to dito the peace and has brought suit against rections and the iho persisted in, will the McCrackcus for damages Kentucky bring you Good Digestion and oust the Colonel demon Dyspepsia and install instead We recommend Klectric Hitters Sore Throat, Hacking Cough, Chest for Dyspepsia and all diseases of Liver, Pains, Ac, cured by taking the great remedy, "C. C. C Certain Cough Cure." Sold Stomach and Kidneys. Sold at COc. nnd 11 00 per bottle by (p W. Short, Clover-por- t, by 0. W. Short Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, For all kinds of job printing in tho lat-- K'y. Htyle, call at the Drkckkmiiikik Nkws Lofiiee. Subscribe for the Bheckkniiiwik Nkvyb. y. Ht bopublishod these columns, in Rebecca Harding Davis Thoroughly sustains her reputation as a Novelist ol the highest rank. A Splendid Story-Fin- ely Illustrated. hi i(stf. Jt wni indted a happy thought to print an (iilire njvtl in each nutnbtr, A'oi a short novtletl, tut a long ttorysuch at you art used to git in book form and pay from out dollar to out dollar ami a halffor, Not only that, but with each number yon get an abundance of other contributions, whichgnes vou a pood majratine besides the novel. The ringing blows which have been struct on the gateway of popular javor, nave resounaui Lipfln-coil'- s throughout the entire land, and Magazine stands in the front rani if monthly publications, and is the most publication of ill hind in f.'ie world. For full descriptive circulars, add est UPPNCOrrS MAGAZINE, Phlladelphm J3 00 per year, as cts, single number. The publisher of this paper will rtceheystir inscription. - f''xcorrs magazine,it avuh it, liirarjf Viirled and txctlltnt conttntt, , The following i a paVtial list of the prizes. Others will he added- as ' I.v. Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..0:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. jvc make arrangements for them. Arr St. Louis 7:45 " ...7:25 " ' ''"' J Farm Wagon, spring scat and hrakc. One Two-hors- e Evansville 2:25 " 9:50 p.m. For further Information, call on or address, One Suit of Furniture, three pieces, antique oak, very handsome. JOS. S 0DI0RNE, , . One Gold Watch for cither lady or gentleman, Gen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. ' -L. BRYANT, B. One Sewing Machine complete, with all the attachments j? Trav. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky, One Hundred Fruit Trees. One Suit Clothes. ' '' i, M WhlTtl Jli:sl"J'.-lB- . UEla One hundred Horse Books. MllS.vfPgj RPBaE. et'i"' lliOurfacllitloar. . thu tuirltl. tolntroriucoui ni v unriuilid, and ruty cakes super ." loueiaoap. ,uHriur fowls n. will irndl uvx uiv'jri .JKj. ' touftK kkwix In r.cti localltr, ,v ', ww .",H"t One Lady's Saddle. abov. Only lbo utio writ tl at ontaran maka aura of to? tn ' THrX ' . tB Iha th inc. Allyoutjavatoiloln il Une Man s baituic, rtturaiaio tnotr our tai ,0 to who fall EYE Mffc H thotallioa. aroundyour tirlglibor. HHE. and you. Tliabr. . ..5 fjn.. One Plow. rlnnlnr of llila admtlsemaut "'MORE ah'iwa tlj. .mall end of th. tela. arauca ortt reduced to Th foUonlnj cut ftrtt tcop. One Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, latest edition. ssssssass- ' ' One Handsome Steel Engraving. hwaiiifi fdlfl 8Wifi about Ilia nfllelli v't "li bulk II la a fraud, double elielele. Vf.wlllaleoahowyouliowjrou Two Tuition Certificates in Evansville Business College. KOpa.aalarfeaaUeaijrloearry ' r a d7 at Wall, (ruin Ilia elaft.it flu. tan make from Nil to I O Buleaiwrlenre llrfter nrltaatonc. We tar all eiiiroerlnrf.e One Scholarship in Commercial College, Lexington, Ky. t AdJre.t.ti IIAULLrrt(.0,,lluiaO, roultaxu, JU. One Lovcll Washing Machine. ? The list is not near completed. Many other valuable and useful. articles will be added from time tp time as they come in. , i oil some time in December or January next ; The drawing will come we have not settled upon the exact date. It will be conducted in,a public hall (Fisher's) in this city and open to everybody to see that it is carried on fairly and impartially. in It will "be one of the biggest things that ever Salvation 01XSil'iWwr5 Thcpcople of Brcckenridge and Meade countieshappened be this town will all interested and we expect a thousand or more of them to be here upon that occaJS&j sion. If they are not interested now, they will be before the time corned. TEA POTS. We want 3,000 subscribers before the year is out, and must have them. Saves 25 to 50 cf Tea. Now is. your time to subscribe. Only ifi.oo-- year, and a ticket in our YOU DO NOT LIFT 7HZ FOT POURS by loitering ltd Garnd Gift Distribution. Parties living at n distance should enclose a stamp for return of ticket. Thopart rund'ed It COLD in Effect Dec, IS 1 -- " CO IIC J. fORH&hV -- . 1 " 1 .r tripic-sccnic- n ,. ' . urn - Ui ""i' .,,. '" j Jm I 1 WJ SELF-POURIN- G wh O.t Mat, Paine, Dlchl iCo., Vliila, Ta. et&' S V.; t3e&v VU 'c -- 1 ' JOHN. D, BABBAGE. EDITOR and PUBLISHER. - "?ie.