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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890031201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ft VOL. XIV. AjiN T.b.H CHICKEN THE BRECKENRID GE NEWS x CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1890. Leonard . NO. 33. WBrwwrwwwrvwjnrwr Odli's IW1111&. Cholera Cure! By REBE00A HAEDING DAVIS. N TIIE northern A suburb of Philadelphia thcro is a curious crooked 1 an 0 . mMOSSm tRAtfJaliBP 4 fSaA westward of tho old Catnao woodrf which so lately suffered dreary into a crop of red and whito contract houses. This lane has always been n most unchangeable, umvaken ablo bit of antiquity. It was an through old beech It Ilea transmigration vBrTtnlim r v dollars worth ot every year from Choi ..era. It is more fatal to chickens than another diseases combined. But the yiscovery of a remedy thvX positively cures it has been made, and to be con. vinced of its efficacy only requires a jr (.'trial. A bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It, is 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. chickens "die hou9ands of j Jem 40 - Indian trail, 50-cen- ts guar-fcantce- d. two-third- s For sale by G. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky. and ash trees, dropping their rotting leaves on tho lush mold, with fat green caterpillars spinning cocoons under tlieir roots, when tho llrst Swedish settlers landed and began to dig their underground houses down thcro at Wicaco; tho rotted leaves Ho just as then about tho ash and beech trees today, nnd tho buttcriltcs crawl from the cocoons and (lap their gold dusted wings on tho bark, as though 0110 of the great cities of tho world had not sprung up between tho roots and Wicaco. Naturo gives up this old landmark grudgingly. On ono sido of tho lano tho country struggles to bo town by means of brick kilns and Soimnergartens, whilo next to thoui is an old fashioned cemetery, whero tho tired dead townspeople Bccni to havo gouo out to lio down and dream that they were in tho country. Running along tho wliolo of tho other side is n dilapidated fenco, mado in somo long ago generation, with faded notices to trespassers nailed on its green and rotting rails. Within is tho Fontaino Place a houao gono to decay, and woodland. Tho homestead, of which you catch glimpses through tho trees, was twenty years ago almost as much decayed as now. A mellow nftcrnoon Bun, ono October day, lighted up its front of dull red brick nnd worm catch porches, on ono of which two young men stood together, coarsely dressed as laborers. They had been sauntering through tho woods for an hour or two. Ono of them a squat, square built fellow, with hi3 faco deeply pitted by smallpox had, boy like, stuffed out his pockct3 with nuts and queer bits of mica, and was kneeling tying up a bundlo of mint in his handkerchief, whistling us ho did it. Tho other held Ills hands folded behind him, dangling a pair of worn kid gloves, nnd looked dreamily down tho dusky wood nisles. "In a few years, Joo," ho said, "the city will havo crept out here; it will bring up tho valuo of this property to the estate of a prince." "Likely; though it 'ud bo a pity to see chimneys in place of them elms, Leon- STOP TOUIt COUGH WITH Cares Conglis, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup, TYlioopin? Congli, Rroncliitis, Incipient Consumption, nnd Trill consumptive pnlients in stages will euro when cura nblo. nnd relieve-i- llio worst cases. SoothntC.C.C. Is blown In ovorybot tio nndtako no other. 25c. J. C. MENDENHAMa & CO., O Prico BOLE PROPRIETORS, EVAA'SVIMa:, INDIANA. SOLD BY DRUOaiSTS OHNEUALLY. llcmoTO Corns, Warts & Bnnlous with 2CS CERTAIN CORN CURE. BOTTIjE. Gttst. . SOLD AND WARRANTED BYJ Gh."W"- - SHOBT BnoVs Mind wandering riwfl. . In one reading-- Teatimoninlslrnm all 1mol part of tha globe. rrospectusrosT TREE, sent nn application to I'rnf. A. Loisctte, S37 Fifth At.. New York. I I IIIL". fIBt!X Molll hUvKVrncc IVMAFtolM iFREE. villi-w MBV 1 KK3v9mdTj0rSi'eJJrt ath locality can aecura on "free, torelher with our large udvaluablelln.oflloll.challl b KVUffrVM t nnloB. Theee aamplee. aa well 'uinAHTirw ".. ,h w...i. ar. fYe.e. All the work rofc .,1 do la to ali- o- what w. aend tou to thoee who r. reeulta imidi and nelghboreend tlioae about rara when oncaatarted. raluabla trade for u..whlh hold, for elpreaa. frclf ht, etc. Aflu and thua w. an repaid. V. Iar rob know all. If rou would like to sro to work for ua. roy ran ram front S'JOM StlO per week and upward!. Addrew, Htln.on j Co., Ilui ttlS, 1'ortlnnd, Blaine. PMm Worth 8 1 OO.OO. jic.i tf Jwatra fn the world. 1'triecl timekeeper Warranted heary, ISOLIU ooLq nunim. ciki J Both ladiee'a&drent a ilael, Pwltb work, tod con of equal eslue OKI reason In ard." Leonard glanced slightly down at hitn: "You don't feel this place your own as I do. It is our inheritance to me, in spito of all tho Fontaines allvo. You don't seem to understand that it was men of our blood who took tills ground from tho red man. Tho Heaths lived hero before tho revolution liko nobles; they had a placo among men. And you and I, tho last of tho Heaths, aro thanking, God to day for tho chanco of partnership in a vmF&ZJZtf: 111 call-r- oiif .' t Packet Line. tHESslliSsECTSr'' Passenger, Mail and Express Boats. For all way landings, betweon Louisville nnd ' Henderson, the elegant and fleet ateameri JAMES OUTHRrE. TEW. OITY, CITY orOWBNSBORO. One of the above, fino sldewhcel steamers pass up and dewn dally. Splendid accommodations for stock. and 178 Fourth street, General office Louisville, Ky. VT. .7. niTE, Pret. D. L. Pknxy, Supt. v .. . world." "That a pljio! Work in soot and sweat by day, and then to sleep liko a log by night It's tho life of a beast Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co. moro than a man's." "Don't let Winny hear you talk liko that, or elio'll think you ruo. Why, it was only labt week you wcro arguing how safo it was for her nnd you to marry on tho profits Ilibbin promised. Look hero, Len" touching him on tho Tukliifr Effect arm, his tono growing gravo "I don't A. M., Sunday, Dec. 15. At C;00 o'clck relish soot or sweat any moro than you 'WVl Bound Traitu Eml Hound Traim do. But blacksmlthing is a place. It's Now that I'vo got a hammer MilL AND itkiU AND , footing. in my hand, and Bess in that room for STATIONS, 'Expukss. kprbss. 7.45au Lv,..UnlonDopot,Loulsv'o..Ar. l.IOru my wife, I'm a man among men. Do 8.00..Kentucky Street 1.05.. you Eee? It'll go hard with mo if I don't ,,.. Alms House. uiako my placo wider. I don't mean to Ridge Park Pleasure bo a blacksmith nhvayn. It'll go hard Valley with mo if my children don't havo tho Meadow Lawn - j' cdication 1 lack and a homo liko this to ; ....Ulver View blacksmith's shop!" "IHbbin'a olTer is very fair, Len, as to tho shop very fair, considerin wo never learned tho trade regularly." Joo got up, adjusting his glazed cap. IIo showed his whito teeth and stuttered n little: it often happened when ho talked to Leonard, though this embarrassment was tho only painful way in which ho showed his humility and senso of inferiority to his brother. "As to this property, it's dono mo good to sco it oven this once. I'll respect myself moro for coming of n stock of men that was educated and fit to rulo. You'ro born moro of their sort, and it costs you moro to lose their footing, I 6upo3o. Hut I wish you'd sec that the shop" "Don't talk of tho shop here, for God's sake!" Leonard reddened to tho roots of his hair, liko a girl. His faco was not unliko a girl's, with large, sparkling. eyes. "Very well" good naturedly "only you wcro talking of a placo in tho go back to llibbln'a and wait, Joe. I'll help you. You'll waken out of that nliop into tho inheritance of n noble, some day. A noble!" "All right" swinging hia bundlo over Ilia shoulder. "It's timo for tho train now; wo'd better get homo and to lcd betimes, so ns to bo at the bhop curly." "Go on I'll follow you directly." Whilo ho leaned over tho porch railings watching Joo's broad flguro crossing tho sunny lawn, tho blacksmith muttered half aloud to himself: "What cursed beo is in his bonnet now? IIo said 'tho fortuno of n noble;'" nnd then ho gavo a vexed, indulgent laugh. His patienco was boundless with poor, visionary Len, but this tried it hard. Joo was tho younger of tho two, but his brilliant brother (as ho deemed him) had been a dead weight on his broad shoulders all of his life, ninco the days ho ran off from tho little public school to hang around old book stalls. Thoro ho had picked up certain language and scraps of theories which wero Greek to" Joe. It had been the result of months of plotting on Ids part to induce Ilibbin to includo tho flighty fellow in tho offer of partnership with himself; ho thought ho had him settled for life. "And now," ho groaned, "he's going to tly tho track boforo ho's begun on it." As for Leonard, his heart ached looking after his brother. After today their paths separated, God only knows for how long. IIo gavo himself a mental hug, thinking how good a brother ho had been how self sa"crificing. Had ho not mndo plans for Joe all his lifo which that dull follow never could havo projected? Whon'tfloy wcro boys it was Joo who should command tho pirate ship of which ho would be but bo'scn; it was Joo who should bo chief of tho gallant hand that, following Burr's scheme, wero to conquer some unknown territory in Now Mexico, and tct up a kingdom among tho prnirio dogs and buffaloes and gigantic red cactli. Joo was to wear tho plumed cap there, bo Inca, caliph what not? "I always took tho second place. When I ran olf to California it was to dig for gold for him. It was no fault of mino that I failed and that ho took his wages to bring mo back. I'vo been a good brother to Joo Heath." IIo repeated this again nnd again, walking up and down, strengthening himself in somo way by it. "It's for his sako and for Winny'a sako that I'll break looso from them today. I'll mako this venture, nnd throw away every other chanco. For them. Not for myself, God knows!" When tho wind grow chilly and the shadows of tho Lombardy poplars fell heavily aslant tho darkening porch, he went inside. It was an old, unpicturesquo room. Unmeaning monotony even nt its early day of building had fallen on Philadelphia houses. Tho ceilings wcro high, tho many windows almost flush with the flat walls. Paneling and doors, onco a raw, shiny whito, wero now yellow nnd Tho papering streaked with mold. flapped mildewed from tho wall. Leonard dragged in n log from tho lawn nnd seated himself on It in tho mid-dlof tho baro floor. Night was falling, when a hasty step rung through tho vacant rooms, and a man pushed open tho door behind him. A littlo man, in clothes of glossy brown, that bagged about his lean limbs; a peering skinny faco, thatched over by a curly black wig; heavy gold seals dangling below Ids waistcoat "Mooning in tho dark, Heath? No fire? A littlo blazo and a hot drink would havo put a different faco on matters. You Americans think of nothing but business business." "I canio hero for business." "Well, then, to It at once," putting down a tin lantern on tho floor nnd opening tho bull's eye. A broad bar of light fell across their faces into tho dark room. "Tho sooner out of this damp tho better. And I havo no timo to lose; I must bo in Liverpool by tho 0th. If you ref uso my offer I must" look up nnothor tenant for Tch-h- l tho Fontaino houso It is enough to freeze ono'a marrow," sneezing nnd hia teeth chattering, o "Bought or Btolo what mutter Here tho point: it waa but n younger branch of tho Ileatha that camo to tho Stalcn. Edward, tho first to emigrate, brought with him titio deeds to a largo tract of la wasto ground near Liverpool, on which ho nnd his descendants paid taxes by their agents. Tho Heaths, as you know, during tho rebellion of tho colonies, wero Tories. John Heath, tho owner of this ground hero, went to Franco nt tho beginning of thotioublcs, and remained abroad for many years, leaving tho houso in charge of a housekeeper. IIo married a French girl of family, and died suddenly In Lyons. About tho samo timo tho hoinestend hero was burned to tho ground. When tho war was over his uidow, with her infant son, camo to Philadelphia and mado 6carch, secretly, for certain valuable plato and papers, which sho aflinued had been hidden in an underground vault somowhero on this property. Among them wcro the titio deeds to tho Liverpool ground. Whether sho had mistaken her husband na to the precise spot, or whether tho fulling ruins had completely blocked up tho entrance, I don't know. But I do know that neither plato nor papers wcro ever found, nnd that they arc here now. Probably under our feet." "Probably under our feet!"' muttered Len, with u long breath. "You know tho story of tho Heaths after that better than 1 do. How they havo gono down, down, for lack of money, until tho old Htock has ended in" "A blacksmith's bhop." "In two young men, ono of whom has strength enough to bring back all tho fortuno of his race," eyeing him shrewdly. "Yesl" standing up. His hollow cheeks burned: "You do not deceivo yourself in Leonard Ilenth." "I ho)o not I propose that you undertake this bcarch as quietly ns may be. i would not trust even your brother with tho sceiet." "Certainly 1 shall not trust Joe. Thcro would bo no biirprise in that case. I'll disappear out of their sight. They shall think mo dead Winny and nil. Somo day I'll como back and bring tho keys of fairy land. I'll shower gold on them." "Thero's no doubt of it," taking snuiT. "Your first nim must bo tho title deeds. Remember." "Tho ground is somo of tho most valuable in Liverpool, you say?" "No, but it has great valuo. It is closely bulltover with dwelling houses, owned generally by their occupants. That class of people will be moro readily ousted than largo corporations would havo been." "But" Lconnrd stood up, shocked nnd startled "if I succeed, Ludlow, these people will bo homeless." "Hundreds of them. Tho moro the better for you. That's their .business. What right had tho cursed beggars or their giandfathers to squat on your ground?" " That'a scorch." Ben looked closely at tho plaster and then at her, rubbing tho wisp of gray hair on ltis bald crown. Then ho broke into n laugh: "All tho better; that gives them n look of age, that scorch docs." "Well, I did not think of that"-thoti- ght fully. "Well, I did. I never seen finer works of nrt than that row of Virgin Mnrys. Tako my judgment for it; I'm older thnn you, Winifred.' "I think tlioy aro well done" with a complacent nod. "Denr, dear! 8 o'clock nnd Leonard not here! Tho inufllnswill bo quite over tho pan and he's a terrible fellow for niulllns." Ben dusted tho plaster from his scuffed coat, buttoned it, combed out his thin gray whiskers, nnd sat down, erect as a flagstaff, on the sido of the fire. It was a littlo threo cornered room, Winnv'a kitchen, with rons of tins, and strings of brown onions and scat let peppers along tho white wall. On one bido was tho door to Uncle Ben's room on the other, tho door to hers. The supper table wnH Bet, tho mulllii rings waiting, tho sausages leady to fry. She hurried in to straighten her collar and lio again thoiihbou in her Kofi brow u hair, and when she had huriied out again sho could think of nothing else to do, or wish for that night or for tho rot of her life. Leonard was coming; iu n week this would ho his home! Undo Ben, who was very skillful at carving, had innde a dog's head wooden knocker for the door, with "Heath" coming out of the mouth. It was his littlo joko to greet them when they came bads from church mi their wedding day. Thcro was a scullling of feet scraping tho mud off :it the door presently, and Joe ami lii i wife B 's-- y camo in "just to seo tho hiiits sot out. No. they wouldn't stay; they wouldn't spoil Leu's surprise. Hut was there ever a gill as handy as Winny?" And although they had bei-in tho secret all along since tho day that the Italian boy Seppy began to show Winny Imhv to mix tho day, and had both s.it breathless over tho oven whilo pagan gods and Christian saints baked harmoniously together, they went over them all agiin, admiring even Flora's snub i hmc and an unfortunate leer in tho eye:, of St. Paul. "Tlier'ssoiuo very life like touches thcr, Joe, critically. "You've Winny," givo them tho look of people I've knowed. It's good work." "It's genius, is what I'd call it," ejaculated Uncle Ben. en-tir- o uornsnrrMesMeBgrasjaarjfEjasMjaix Whar is WfW1"1-1 ' '"-t'-i- 1 ujiieaj assmssMzesanaBEsszErxsesasi pgpa I & i l J BosssaaaBxmsaassmmBBci JH. limVL-jrzmrmr- r SSJOCOKSXSSIlXSSBZSaSZXSZ Castoria 1 J)r. Snm'l Pltclior' old, hnrmlosa and quick onrq for Infanta' and Children's Complaints. Superior to Castor Oil, Pnrogorlo op Nnrootlo Syrup. Children ory for Caatorln. Mil- lion a of Mother bloi Cnatorin. Cnstorla cures Colic, Constipation : Kructatinn ; Sour Stomach, Plarrha-a- , (lives healthy Bleep ; also nhls digestion ; Without narcotic stupefaction. " I recommend Castoria for children' complaints, as superior to any prescription I. A. Ancntit, SI. D.. known to me" Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, JJ.Y. Tint CrTAi n Commxy, 77 Murray SL, Now York, rarevroaViAAvravra OUERBAOKER, GILM0RE &C0.. Whole sale brocers 319 Sc 321 TXT. Strain. St., come LOUISVILLE, KY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS. mats n 4tei II no of lie ju;sr'rei-n- FUEE I tht uoimm ihiX. WCflp Kb PYP y'Mi5re' Dr.Bull'aCoughSyrupL.Vr'if I ipf. TDfoIloir!sff cut tiTCiittpXarAuccril ujntr(ri1anill rndntr itK-toin eah lorilit Only tho? w ho w tit tootout at otv fin ma(.a inrt J5l tht chnf Altyou hire Uiiji rrtum to ihow our fnodi t tbovrti iU our nrlrhtm ml th around you Tht b prTnnlmr f tbla adv 'rtlif mi' alitwa th ainall tod t ths tlp 1 untiti. farllltirtu tl'll. Ourffitrodurfc r d and to I I .e reduced t X., I PB ok QKSS aboat the fiftieth r ft of Itebulk ItWmmnd double aire la eair to carry We will lto ahow vou how r jt Mcpe.ee larre lOadajr at Ifait. fromtbe Urt.wiib can make from Mil lo outeiperl'nre Hrtter write at once Waty illeipreaet harr AtUreei.ll IIALLtTTJttO. Ui HWO, Torilasd Uaiwe tiii: Y te Hon. Jefferson Davis. 11 MRS. JEFFERSON DAVIS. TO BE SOLD BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY. G TEA POTS. browing K'r t Sarc3 25 to 50JS of Tea. YOU DO NOT LIFT THE FOT fit for ciiiivnssliiir imiiii'tliali'l'. Tlic irosjpcL'tiiN niiil romplctc will bo rcudy out- POURS by lowering lid The part handled Get Mat Paine, Dlchl 4 Co., Is Clergymen, lawyers, public speakers. Binders, actors, all recognize the valuo ol Ajer's Cherry Pectoral. One of our most eminent public speakers says "ltis the best remedy that can be procured for ull affections of the vocal organs, throat and Inn us " Agents Wishing Desirablo Territory on tin ffri'iil iv or It tvlll plaaitc llildrcss, ax hoon it possible llio COLD, Jtwlv tOv 7iU pilbllxlicrx, BELFORD COMPANY, ti m:v yoiik. i:ust isiii si., is-j- riiiu,i'a. 0 P A. K. STEVUNSON, l'rcsi.lcot. T. .1. Ill'NN, Secretary . "That's true that's true!"' "You urn homeless. If you can aflord to givo away your property to them it's n sort of generosity I can't appreciate." "I don't mean to givo it away. And yet theso men probably paid hard money or labor for that ground, and thought they bought it honestly, whilo I never heard of it till last week. It looks like About llio Mze of II. Ono' moilcety Is often prblo ; Placo strength and weakness side by sblo, Weakness goes on and glcs tho facts, But strength keeps (till, nbsorves, and acts Lippin-ott'i- i Magazine for March. WHY PAY RENT? MM wholesalo robbery!" IIo spoko with a sort of gusty vehemenco which evaporated with tho words. Tho Englishman's cool sneer cowed him. Ho ended with a feeble, "What do you think, eh?" "I don't understand such genteel sentiments. I'm u business man, I am. You throw tho venture up, thcif?" "By no means. It waa only u passing idea of mine. Wo owe you too much for discovering tho facts to throw them up now. By tho way, wo will rowoid you handsomely, Mr. Ludlow. You may do- pend on Joo and mo." as my prico when "I'll tnko the claim is established," dryly. third," Ills jaw fall"You'll take-o- ne ing. "Yes. Tho finding of tho deeds ia but a beginning. My work begins then. You blacksmith boys could as easily bet tho machinery of English law in motion as you could work n steam cngino by tho breath of your mouth." "I suppose that'a truo" stroking his thin whiskers vaguely. "You'll find how ttuo when you try to work without me. You'll make tho venture, then?" picking up his lantern. "Yes; I will bo hero night " Leonard go up, looking around him into tho damp shadows. "I will not leavo this houso until I havo dragged my luck out ofit. Other men kneel and pray to Fortune, but I mean to tako her by tho throat; hey, Ludlow?" "By tho throat, eh? To bo euro the throat. Well, I'm for somo punch now; night, will you come? No? then, we'll oust the infernal beggars. Tho throat, eh?" with an approving nod and chuckle. one-third WW "0(TI0N Buy a Homo with What You Now Pay for Rent by Investing - -- IK tiii: ISTER-STATHi E , BHiiflM & Circulars, mUtmiaLdmaimmmiirSSSmLtsM h 1 s, t 1 9 f. ifiu Apeianon ILL. T 9 OF BLOOM1NGTON, anil Printed Slattcr Ilxlnlnlng Plan Cheerfully icut on npplicitiun to JNO. D. lUIlltAOK, Rce'y, Local Board, Cloverport, Ky. This Association Pays an Investor 18 Per Cent. Interest No Extra Assessment INVEST YOUR SAVINGS Possible H.W.HERMDON & CO., FINE SHOW OASES. TERRY JTaAsU for cntnlntriK M'F'G CO., NASHVILLE, Produce & General Coiiimiii No. 144 Third St., Tnke no shoes unlet IV. I.. DoiieliiH' nninu nnd uric, urn Munim-i- l ull the bottom. If thi ilcnU-- cannot supply you. udwrtlitMl send direct to fuitory, TENN. II. "Just call them off, uncle, will you?" Ben stumped on hia wooden leg across tho kitchen for his spectacles and a slip of paper, then back again, turn about, right face, into position behind tho roly-pol- y littlo girl who, with her hands rolled up in her gingham apron, and clucking about beforo was g tho littlo plaster bustson tho dresser, liko a fussy hen over her first ncstful of whito eggs. "Four Virgin Marys; ditto doga with basket; oncFcllora; twoBacchuses; two Doubtf tils. What's that, Winifred?" "Spoiled in tho baking; they go In as Doubt fuls. Seppy gets rid of them as Jupitersor Georgo Washingtous, nccoid-in- g as customers run. How had we better set them out, uncL. Lkud'H como In at that door" snuOliu tun candtes anxiously. so ns to givo "I'd ndviso n bemy-circllilin tho full view nt wunst." "I wish you'd help." "Kin 1? I'll bo very keerful, Winny" quite in a glow of pleasure, pulling himself up on hia sound leg and rolling up his sleaves beforo ho began woik. Their Pantheon quite filled tho lower shelf of tho dresser, tho dishes being piled on top to make way for tho godi and heroea. A tallow candlo waa set nt cither end to complcto tho effect Winny drew back, put her hands behind her nnd her head deliberately on ono side. Suddenly sho grow red aa a coal: "You sco that? Don't deny It, Undo Ben. I know J made tho oven too hot clean-skinne- &. AWaWTR WANTED FOR THE vifcl. W-A.- STOBY SURRY or GREAT Louisville, Ky TIME SCHEDULE, nsro. 11. - 8.45 V.10 0.25 B.3C 9.47 9.58 10.08 10.17 10.27 10.42 10.48 10 58 ., 11,07 11.23 11,41 11.53am West Point Rock Haven Long Ilranoh Drandeulurg Ekron (luston Irvlngton Webster Lodlburg Pierco 12.25 12.01 .. 11,44 11.35 11.21 11.14 11.01 10.53 10.42 10.35 10.24 10.15 ll.65i .. .. .. .. .. . 12,08pu ?:J 1 1 12,19 12,33 12.50 Arr 1.00 1.21 1,34 M 1.52 2.01 .. ,. Sample Stephensport Holt Cloverport Sklllman Hanesvllle Falcon Lowliport Powen , .. 0.50.. 0.44 M 0.28.. 9.14 .. 9.01 .. rates 3.15rxArr .Onensboro Stnnloy Worthlngton Spottsvllle llaiketta Henderson Lre 8.27 .. 8.15am 7.47 .. 7.38 .. 7,15 .. 8.42.. ,Lve 7.07.. (1.60am grow up in, p'r'aps. Who knows?'' Leonard patted Jo'a broad back, looking down airectionately at tho set, bulldog jaws and btcady, small black oyea. "You start wrong. A man is a traitor to himself who takes up other work than tho best for which ho is fitted. If God has created him n poet ho should starvo before ho degrades his faculty In a carpenter's shop. Ilia first duty ia to his beat solf." "But if circumstanced id ng'in him, Leonard? Now I don't really seo any opening for you but IlibbinV Leonard uiado no nnawer. "Thcro waa one, too, wlio worked, they say, in a carpentcr'a ahop till Ilia time was coiuo for His real work, and it seems to mo thero'a a sermon In that to us that haa to wait our clmuco, 08 great aa any IIo preached ofterward." Leonard smiled loftily. "Well, do you " came here for business.1 "I've been thinklngitovor,"8a!d Leon-nrd- t in his dreamy way, leisurely clasping hia hands about hia knees and speculatively regarding tho lantern. "I wish you would just run over tho facta again, Mr. Ludlow, to mako it all clear. My brain ia muddled "You'd better look sharp, then, for tho explanation will bo of tho shortest," getting up, stamping his feet and trotting up and down, to work off hia impatlcnco and cold together. "This placo, by old Fontaine's will, is to lio unimproved until tho heir is of ngo. 1 am tho agent I camo to find n tonant who ia to keep it from going to actual ruin. So far you understand?" Leonard nodded, with a twinklo in his soft oyea. He was suspicious, liko most credulous women and womanish men; ho waa never again to bo tricked aa ho had so often been beforo; ho regarded his eyes as washed keen by bitter experience. Tills request to hear the story again was but a subtlo feint to test tho Engliahmnn. So tho poor dreamy fool pat blinking solemnly, aa blind as ail owl in daylight, whilo Ludlow laughed secretly to find him a tool fashioned so ready for uso. "Tho Fontaines havo held tho property, as you know, but for a abort time," "I know, Wo bought it from tho Lpn, sitting erect Eagle's Nest , IT Jtlm Eslen Cooke. CAUTION r prico. ZLTIE7W STJSl m mBamMs out print, and 'for which there has been auch a which his Itm Thla thrilling lilatorlo story, 0 Ufflr vsvm " X VmI w L L ereattlemindia BOOK, nowlsatied aa a HUBSCIIIITION m many more with mignlfl-ceu- llluitra,-tioiia- . t Ami .j?SyM Therolua nevor been a popular T IjooltthroiiBhoiitthsBMithernBtatcathan-aunn- orliiaLK'aNiaT." Many Jiari Lave rasaed since the thrlUiuR acenes newn recouniea 01 ma deeOa of Mil r of tho Confederate Soldier, jet the interest, , by thoto who tonght with Athby, lleatiregaid, Jackton and Le. Stuart, John-tonIn thBcatmofir wh'rh they so desperately and battled, will neer grow less. Thla bravely Uirtlllitoryiloiurci liotilonn Joy and sorrow, and a lovo avreetly told, but la filled withhtatorto incidents of tha great contest between the South and the Noith. Hero la n book for the old to r rail to him tho vivid scenes of IbegroaUatClvil Wnr evor known, to callback oum campaigns, and tell him of the mighty hit Chieftains, dear to tLa liKiii.prr ot everyone who 'Surry of Eaglo'n Nest " will find a welcome In every Smtbeiuhoine. That It may be within tho reach of overy ono, it Is published at the low rmoEor $. though ai.aiioe,iiamdu)M a vouwic, jitAurtyuLLT luuanuTzn and eluoantlt iioujoj. SOLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION. Aa tha demand for this old tavoriti hook vMchkat Wn out of print to long, will be large, and application for agencies very numerous, alt wbodeslro to act aa Agenta should writs for term and QuioUly aeouro choice of territory. wore W. L. DOUGLAS iMnnsi Wntiipaimnl ......,,.....,........ SHOE $3 cnlf, rino CENTLEMt-N- . Iliuivy T.nccd flrnln nnd Creed- , FOR L PAPERS FOR THE ! ths Gray. UU.OOnml. 81.75 llOVH' SCHOOL HIIOKS. All mado la Congress, ltuttonand Lace. iipni in uif worm. .Aitiii,,,,, ni !i:.niii.vh iiASi.sr.wKi hiiob. sn.im iiANi-sinvi- :i vi:i.t hiiqjc. hi.oo I'OI.IOK ANH l'AltMI'.ltH' HHOE. MM.AO MU.no KXTltA VAl.lfH CA1.K hllOK. mil WOltlllNnjIKN'N NllOICfl. M.3 A SPRING TRADE JUST RECEIVED "AT f j llest Mnterlnl. llrst Style. Heat Fitting. W L. Douclus, Ilruikton, Mass. Sold Ij $3&$2SHOE.Slafd.E?. MISSICH. 81.75 HIIOK lOIt BABBAGEJS OLOVEftPOMfHtY, O, W. DILLINGHAM, Publisher; 33 Wait 23d St., New York. Bowmer & Hambleton. ah llHII)WHIWIHililM1l Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. MARCH "" JNO.D.BABBAGE 12, 1890. Mail ami ii I,. AT. !..,. Kxprcts Local Tltuo t'nril. .. 9.61 n.m. ..11.38 a.m. .. 5.4 1 p.m. .. y 60 p.m. ..11.2.1 n.ro. .. .M) a.m. Exprera Mixed ii going East... West.. " East... ' West.. " Kut.. West.. Get the news and get nothing but the news. TO OUll COItKKSI'ONDr.KTS. all the news and From Dana's in Journalism. Celebrated Maxims DEMOCRATIC TICKET."" For County Judge, Thou. Adklsson, For County Attorney, Jn.lge Mlllon Hoard. For County Clerk, J. K. Monarch. For Sheriff, J. S. DeJcrnetto. For County Sup't of Schools, .Ins. W. Miller. For For For For Jailer, John Slaton. County Assessor, Lcn Ciuhtnnn. County Surveyor, V. M. C. Jully. Coroner, W. 11. Pendleton. A CouMKitciAi. Club bag been orcunizcil at Brandenburg. Tiik Kentucky Legislature will probably tnke another jaunt, to Cincinnati. I,m:sT advices Irom Washington are that ihere is no hope for Mr. Tuulbee of a very few His deri'h ii or.ly n hours. John- Heel, n Tennessee negro, while plowing in u Meld eight miles below Nnsli-vill() urne,d up u jug containing $U' in nold. - Skvehm. thousand people of Indiana, irrtrp'clivu uf pnriy met hi Iudiauupolis last week, Iho home of 1'rcsidcnl Harrison, for the purpose of listening to arguments The meeting was on the tariff question. called by the State Tariff Reform Club of lnd!.inn, nnd seme of the best spenkera of the country were present. It wouM seem from this that this impornnt question ia to be kept beforo die people until they nre again given an opportunity to vole it down at the i oil?. It U well that il should begin in Indiana, because she is a Democratic state nnd believes in the principles of Democracy. That the stato went against us in 188S, signifies nothing, from the fact that Republican boodle and Republican Moreover the people of bribery did it. Indiana were told by the Republicans that a high tatiff made high wages, and would give them constant employment, Dy this deception many of tbem were allured into Hut such will hardly voting that ticket. bo the case again. In latu years, the people not alone in Indiana, tut nil over the country are beginning to understand more distinctly the iirquitics of a high tariff They nre aware too that those Republican promises made in the last campaign, were Ii tbey do made simply to catch votes. not tbey will bo forcibly reminded of it before another national election rolls uround. The Democracy is getting into working order. She is preparing for the fray. In every hamlet and quarter section, there Tariff Reform Clubs will appear and organize, and the dectrine will bo expounded by the best talent of the country. hidim V. C.IIAIIIIAfir. department, Kitltor Ettt HiHintl BRANDENBURG. Mr. J. V, Lewis was in ilia city last ' week. Mr. E. U. Shellmnn was in . Louisvillo lait week. Mr. 0. V. Babbngfi wni in town Imt f mammmmmmmiyimmm UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION ! DISTRIBUTED. TIME TABLE No. I. UVf llomiil PAII.T BXrKPT STATIONS, 8UMMY. ,.Ar. 0.00 A.M 11.37 a.m.Lv Irvlnzton... 8.55 1I.3& Irvlngton Junction 12.-1p.m 8.00 Garfield 7.30 Ilarncd 1.05 ,Lv. 7.09 a.m llardlnsburg 1.30 r.u.Ar County court next Monday. Go to J. A Witt'a for bargains. I1AII.Y KCKTT U.N U A V. Wednesday. Ashcraft went to Lnultiillo last Saturday. n1 in Mr. Dick Smith, of Wolf Creek, town last Thunday. Mrs. Cat. Hendricks, Long Branch, went to Louisville Monday. Mr. U. u. Moormnn baa returned Irom a business trip down ihe river. Tho peach crop is thought to be killed by the cold snap of last week. Mr. Aloi.zo Moremen and son, Joe, went to Louisville last Friday. Mr Cat. Hendricks runs a ferry from his landing to Tobacco Landing Mrs. A. Ditto, Jr., Long Branch, was in Louisville a few days last week. The Rock Gas Co. has thrown np several of its leases held on the hill places. Ike Owings said there were a good many wild geese on the creek last week, ihe day of the snow storm. Mr. Geo. Yeakel is back at his store, after nn absence of sevetnl weeka with his family at Louisillo. R II. Nevitt bought a nice young gelding from Tom McDonah and Clint Jenkins a few days ago. Misses Minnie Phillips and Lillie J Ditto left Long Branch Monday for Lebanon, Ky., Miss Phillip)' home. Miss Fnnuie Woolfolk returned home Tuesday, after several dayB visit to Mils Mary Uickerslaff, Long Branch E'gbteen passengers got on ihe train nt Squire Ditto's place last week with the bridal party, Mr. and Mrs. Rees. The boys had some nice sport above the :reek during the high water, catching rabbits with Mr. Bickerstnll's greyhound. Our popular Commonwealth's Attorney, Chapeze Wathen, left for Edmondson county last Thursday to attend court. During the snow storm last week Squire Ditto's farm was I ned wi.h wild ducks more than have been seen fur several years. Mr. Editor, is your free column opeti to the farmers to this county also ? Yes, sii; to nil farmers who nre regular subscribers. Mr. Louisiana Slate Lottery Company. Incorporated by tho Legtilaturo in 1808, Tot Eduratlonal and Oharltubla purposes and Its frnnchlie was made a part of tho present Stato Constitution in 187!),by an overwhelming popular voto, J. C. f J. A. Witt is selling goods at Wheeler prices. Mr. J. C. Porter, Clovcrroit, was in town Monday. Mr. ITS illA.H.IIOTH - JMtAWIfttJN lultti Aimiiully, idnco Nonil J it no mill December, unit In OtlANI) NINtJIii; MJitlltnit DltAW-INKtuHn place on cacti or tho otlirr (on inontliw In tlio year, mill arc all public, al drawn InNew OrlcaiiN,tlio Aciiilciny or Jtlimlc, I.n, N r v. f. ?' FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS For Integrity of Its Drawings, and Prompt paymont of Its prizes, Attestod as follows! Jeff Jolly, Bewleyville, was in town Monday. Dr. P. W. Foole, Bewleyville, wns in town Monday. Mr. Elisha Gardiner. Union Stnr, wns in town Monday. Miss Ellen Foote is visiting her mother at Bewleyville. Mr. Bion Jolly has a government position in Louisville. Mr?. James Beard is quite ill at her homo near this place Rev. Armstrong will preach at the Bap- " We do hereby certify that toe supervise the arrangements for all the Momtnly and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Company, and in person manage and control the Drawings them' selves, and that the same are conducted with honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties, and we authorize the Company to use this cerficate,with fac similes of our signatures attached, in its advertisements." Just Let Us Whisper THAT ! CoinniUkloiior. Banks and Hankers will pay all Prizes drawn in the Louisiana State Lotteries which may be presented at our counters. 11. 2tl. WAIiMStiEY, Pros. Louisiana We the undersigned tist church Friday night That big excursion that's going up the roadthe 1th Sunday ia getting reody. Shapeipeare's completo works given Call and see them Tiikiik must be a check put to our awiiy Beard k Beelers. thieves going to Canada. Ihey will get Goods hava been knocked down to botall of our money over there after awhile. tom prices nt Witt's. Now is your time IT WILL DO YOU GOOD To sec our big Stock of Attrnctioiis, consisting of the Latest Stvlcs and Hest Qualities. We have taken pains to tell you these facts and we will think you e, Ilou'kTIiUl We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. V. .1. CHENEY k Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known Mr. F. J. Cheney for the last 15 jcara, and believe him to be perfectly honorable in nil business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by thoir firm. West k Tui'ax, Wholesale Druggiats, Toledo, O. Waiiunii, Kin'nan it Maiimv, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. E. II. Van Hii:se.n, Cushier, Toledo National Bank, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system. Testimonies sent free. Price "jc perbottle Sold by all Druggists to buy. A Queer Chicken drop in and sec our goods, and let us prove to you that we arc fully prepared to save you money, ami at the same time furnish you with the best of everything. PIUKIIU National Hunk. A. UAIiUWIN, O tional Hank. Ilunk. XiANAUX, Proa. Stato Na- William .lenkins. the ihirleen-jeai-ol- d Laurel county boy, who was recently sei.t to the penitentiary under sentence of one year for stealing a jar of candy, hns been pardoned bv Governor Duckncr. Mu C. C. Oivens, of the Owensboro Inquirer, has announced himself ns a full Hedged candidate for congress in the Second district. II hustling qualities count i for anything, Mr. (iiveiiB will surely Withers shipped fourteen hogsheads of tobacco from Herndon's station last week. Miss Maggie Smith went to Bewlejville last Saturday lo take charge of the Bethel W. K. If you do not feel enough interest in your own welfare to Vltl. KOI1N In National Hank, lro, Now Orloaim l'rcs. Union National DRAWING fcfc GRAND MONTHLY school. Plant bed cnnva, northern seed oats, and all kinds of farm and garden seeds nt Beard k Beelers. Mr. Ken Wnlhcn nnd wife and V. nnd wife, Bewleyville, ing here Sunday. were visit- We are not Going to he undersold by any one, but we expect sell many. to under1 tho Academy of Music, NewOrleans Tuesday, April 15, 1890, Capital Prize, 100,000 $300,000. Tickets nt Twenty Ilollnrv cacli. Halves HIO: tluartorH 85: 'i; TivvntlotliNSl. Blitu LIST there. Tin: severe cold weather ol the past few days, hns doubtless killed most of ihe fruit The peaches are abcut all killed and probably all of the plumbs and pears of the The apple crop will not eurly variety. In-- damuged much, as it is not so enrlj as the other fruits. It is reported that the Kickapoo Indian Medicine Company will be in town some time this week. Mr. Andrew DeJernelte and Mrs Judith DeJcrneltc and her daughter, Annie, went CAPITAL PRIZE OF $300,000..$300,000 1 GRAND PRIZE OF 100,000.. 100,000 1 GRAND PRIZE OF 60.000 50,000 1 LARGE PRIZES OF 25,000.. 25,000 2 LARGE PRIZES OF 10,000. 20,000 5 PRIZES OF 4,000.. 25,000 25 100 200 500 or FRIZES. I The passenger train now goes as far down on the L. II. k W as Deans station. Somk jears ngo the Legislature passed a gitl Business is pretty lively along the road. luw thut in all towns and cities of over mules and one two Miss Esther Unynes has returned, after I have two good .'i.UJl population only registered pharmaa delightfully pleasant visit to Henderson horse wagon for sale. Terms reasonable. cists should dispense drugs. A few years Jiiiai. Hook We were deprived of our regular daily later the act was extended :o include all accidentally snot nim-se- lf Mr. John Slaton mail lor just a week, and we got dreadful Uwns uf .000 or more inhabitants. A through the hand with a pisttrl last ly impatient for news from the rest of the bill is now pending to extend the provisThe wound was only a slight Sunday the act to all incorporated towns in world. ions of A meeting is io prrgreu at Shiloh one. t le State Mr. Peyton Henderson, who died a cbarch. cocducted by Bv B F. Sinzle 'I in Ni.ws has it from reliable authority too. Iter Mjm tmII auiit tome this couple of weeks ago, appointed his wife eek. and son, T B Henderson, executors of bis thut Mr. Slaton did asmt in the capture eicaped and return of the uruoneri that Clarity Bibbs 2 e, representing H. C. will. from the Hardiosburg jail 1M week, notMr. Horace Bland nnd Gid Miller have ArEJitrooz A Co., wholesale grocers, They withstanding Mr 1'ate denies it. Bat it Louisville, was the first "commercial gone to Louisville lo buy goods doesn't matter if be did not swist in the tourist'" to vitit onr town after the high will open a store at Jolly, the new station capture they got ut and Mr l'ate is water. on the L H. k W. Whether it was throogb bis A number of new names have been Tie etore recently occupied by D. S. ( irles!ceu or tjcne of Ln subordinates has been undergoing repairs added to the News subscription list here. Kicnardion we know not, bat we do know tbv be wis and will toon te ready for C M. McGlotb-Ia- n The parlies want a chanoe at those prizes innot entirely blameless in om other A Co and their goods. Mr. J. J. Sevto be given away. stances ers will then move lus drugs into bis own Judge Adkisson has about clo3ed the lice, which has been occupied by contract with a firm at Lafayette, Ind., for ('ait. D T. Bligb, the famous old deA' Co. for several years. an iron fence to be put around the court It will it dead tective of Allie, ton of Mr Wash. bouse at a cost of ?5'.:. The work wi doubtless hi maty years before ibis State Black, died at his grandmotbT Black's on begin in a very Bbort time. will claim another man who will be so He was u Monday night, ibe :trd inst Mr. Mortis Eskridge is making himself much feared by tte law breakei as a bright little fellow, and will be sadly quite popular omong the little folks. He He made a grand record Bligb Captain missed by bis grandmother's lamily, with gave another entertainment of magic lanas a detective and was always a terror to whom l.e bad lived most of the time tern views at his residence Monday night the crooks in and out of this State It bis mother's death, which occurred which was very entertaining. bim that from a little child be since said of about seven months previous. President B F. Beard has called a meethardly knew wbat fear inent Perhaps the following extract from ibe ing of the directors of the Louisville, g and Western Railway Company, Iiif editor of the Grayson Gazette is Farragut (Iowa) Itemizer will be in'erest-into tome of the friends of the bride: to meet at the oflice of B V Beard k Co., learful indeed, thot the Democracy of th.s county will be snowed under next summer "The marriage ceremony of Andrew Cox on the lath ol March, ut 2 o'clock p m and Lissa K Bobbins was pet formed at by Mr. Cunningham the Republican candiMr. Charley Mattingly went to Owensdate fur Count) Court Clerk. There is no the residence of the bride's parents, Feb He baa been given a place boro Monday. lib at 2 p m., in the presence of a large We don't know how occasion for alarm. Having as store keeper in this district. the Democrats are in the habit of voting and happy company, Rev. G. W. Wright accepted tho Republican nomination for The bride wna born nnd in Grayson, but here, the popularity ol a officiating." County Judge, he is undecided nbout acRepublican don't count for much among raised here, and many friends will wish cepting a position in the revenue service. Democrats, at an election. Tney vote for her happiness in her wedded life However it is thought he will lake the latthe nominee right along. ter place. ItrholiilloiiH .titnptcil by tin- llrtin- . Herudoii's station on the L II. k W. on the dciiliiiri: l.oiltri- - I. O. . promises to be n lively business point on Tut. Giand (Sift distribution which the Ileal Ii of their lluloicil Mr. Withers ia Niwm will make among its subscribers the road in u short time. Itrotlicr .1. I. Wright. putting up a store bouse there and Mr. some time during the jenr will probably it bus pleased tho heavenly Wmhims, t ike place in Fisher's Hull. All the arfather to remove from our raidtt, our be- Charley Durham a tobacco warehouse Other buildings ore going up, and the rangements have not been made yet, but loved brother, J. F. Wright good country surrounding it will make it we propose for one day that things shall that in the death of our brothlUmlrrJ We invite everyb lively in this town nn important point on the road. er, our lodge has eustained a great loss body to come, old and young to see the Jlrtolcul, that we wear upon cur arma As the L II k W. road nears complething go oil. All the prizes mentioned crape lor thirty days in memory of our de- tion, its business status assumes quite, an will be given away, und we want everybody President Heard hns Interesting phase. parted brother. Kemem-b- l, t j come and see how it is done widow just published a call for u meeting of tho Jltntilreil, that we extend to the every new subscriber gels a ticket. nnd family of our brother our deepest original boaul of directors, who were not sympathy. long since ousted by it judgment of Judge Wr fear John Monarch will huvo n luird Jltsulctil, that a copy of these resoluTonoy'a coutt, nnd as there is another set man to heat In the race fur County Court tions be printed in the Biikckkmiiihie of directors claiming to have nn existence, Owen CunClerk of Iireckcnridge county. ningham U no doubt the etrongett man thu Nlws, and lhat tbey be spread upon the by virtue of that judgment, the situation Hepubllcans coulU little put up; we bare minute books of the lodge, and lhat a copy seems to be somewhat phenomitial lo soy known him for uiuny years and know hlui lo be also sent to the fuinily of our decerned tho least of it Just which of them is a The Democrats over there he a liuitlcr. brother. itiould d their duty and see that John constituted body is the question, legally gets every Dcmocrulle vote In the county. W. II. Rehards.n.jr.l And there nre ?G0 000 worth of bonda Orayton Ouiette. E II. Morrison, Committee. undisposed of also. Verily its got into a 1) W. Lewis j You need not be uneasy. Mr Cunningdevil of a twist Bomchow. ham, it is true, ia quite popular with bis Confirmed. party, but, on the other hand, he it no The favorable impression produced on more popular with the Repulicana than John Monarch ia among the Demociati. the first appearance of ibe agreeable liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, a few In his race for the nomination, Mr. MonWhen ltaby was alclc, wo gave her Caatorla. arch won over some three or four as strong years ago bus been more than confirmed When alio won a Child, ahe cried for Castoria. competitors 09 could have been found in by the pleasant experience of all who have When she became Silas, alio clung to Castoria. his used ii, and Ihe success of tho proprietors the countv, thus demonstrating clearly Castoria, popularity nod strength among Demo- and manufacturers, the California Fig Wheu su had Children, alio gave them crats. He will poll the full Democratic Syrup Company. vole of the county, which insures his elecU Subscribe for the Breckenuiduk News, tion in August. Born, to the wile of Mr. Sam Dix, ol Roberta' Bottom, on the '2'M tilt a fine 1 . thre-ytar-o1 ld i Har-dinsbu1 , Mou-urch Kn.r your shirt on, Mr. Pule, and keep your prisoners in juil. A long ns you ontinue to let them out the News will continue to ublish the hid Jailers bekept them lit and had no fore jou better facilities lor doing it than you have. I)o your duty a? jailf, and the Nvws will have nothing to say about jou 1 he to Louisville Monday. Mr Horace Allen has gone to Utah to accept n position with oung David Murray at a good salary UNION STAR. There is a new store house and tobacco wnrehouse going up at HerndQii's station, Items are somewhat scarce. near Mr. Win. h Wilberc Snow fell to the depth of two or three Mr. G. P. Jolly went tJ Owensboro Moninches last Wednesday. He has receivel an appointment day. Messrs J B Biggs and R C. 1'iehnrd-so- ii as store keeper in the revenue tervice. were in Cloverport since our last. Mrs. Alia McGary. of New Albany, Ind , Mr Owen Cunningham went to Clover-po- rt htm heen in town the past week viui ing last week. her mother inlaw, Mis Sim McGary -- El Last Wednesday was more winter than has been seen any other time this season, u continuous hard snow all day and a stiff wind. Read it. The Hand writing on the Wall. It means money in your pocket. " " " .' 1,000.. 25,000 500.. 60,000 300.. 60,000 200.. 100,000 PRIZES. APPROXIMATION WM. VEST & SONS. CLOVERPORT, 100 Prlies of $300 nre 100 Friiosof$:i00 aro 100 Prlies of $200 aro 999 Prices of 100 are 999 Prizes of 100 are 3,134 Tkruinal Prizeb: $50,000 $30,000 20.000 99.900 99.900 II. Ditto came home from Clover-po- rt last week, where ho has been engaged in harness making with B. F. and D. S R;chardsou. John Stnrks got his bond filled, and seit his f npers off last week for approval. The howling will soon take place if his bond is W. General Merchandise All goods delivered free within the city limits. KY. U IRVINGTON, KY. Field Seeds, Farkihg Implements, and SHOES. not entitled to terminal Prizes. AGENTS Priiej, amounting to $1,054,800 Noik Tickets drawing Capital Trizea aro WANTED. a:c pled. Uncle Johnnie Noonan, the old reliable traveling salesman, was here last week. He says he has been on the road for DHAMtllS IN twenty-seveyears. Misses Minnie Phillips. Lebanon, and Emma English, Stephensport, were the guests of Mies Lillie Ditto, Long Branch, GROCERIES, SADDLERY, HARDWARE, Saturday and Sunday. The work train has been at Weldon a BOOTS week, working oat the McGebee cut. The Call We make a specialty of Seeds and Fanning Implements. waste dirt is being used to fill op the tres and get our prices before buying as wc arc sure we can save you money tle in front of Squire Ditto's house. AVc also keep in connection with our store a first-cla- ss J. S. Ditto started out on the road to on what you buy. Hotel and Livery Stable and offer special inducements to Comtravel for Krieger, Fisher Saddlery Co. McGLOTIILAN BROS., last week. Thia ia Jeffs first trip out mercial men. , Irving-tonKy. and may be succeed as a good salesman. H. C. Woodson handles the handsomest pair of black geldings in this county. He j&I: 1 purchased them of Judge Woolfolk for $:!00. They are too fine for a street dray. Mr. Jack Lanubau's brother from In dianapolis, Ind., has been spending a few n days with bim at Long Branch. Mr. is connected with ihe Rock Gas. Co. Tho Nlws has three times the circulation at ibis office that it had five months ago, We trust (bat we can increase it to three times what it is now, in the next six n ffiJ'For Club rates, or any further information desired, write legibly to the undersigned, clearly stating your residenee, with titatc, County, Street and Number. Morerapld return mall delivery will be assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your full address, Vc ' or HI. IMPORTANT. addmii IU. A. DAUl'IIIN. Now Orleans, f.a., A. DAUPHIN, IVuuhliiirton, D. O. By ordinary lottcr, containing Monet Oudkr Issued by all Express Companies, New York pay Exchange, Draft or Postal Note. W ox Curbe-NTsent us by Express of $5 or over. STOVES and TINWARE, Address Registered Letters to NEW OKLUANS NATIONAL Now OrlouiiM, Iju, REMEMBEIl that the payment of all prizes BA. is GUARANTEED BY FOUlt NATIONAL BANKS of New Orleans, and the Tickets are signed by the President of an Institution, whose chartered rights are recognized in tho highest Courts; therefore, beware of any imitations or annonymous schemes. ONE DOLLAR Is the price of the smallest part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BY US In any Drawing. Anything in our name offered for less than a Dollar is a swindle. Printers' Ink A JOURNAL &' Lan-aha- FOR ADVERTISERS. months. Several passengers from Indiana got on the train at Long Branch Sunday. It was fully three hours behind time. The railroad does quite a good passenger busineFS from Indiana, at this point. Messrs. Livers k Nevitt closed out the rest of their mules last week to R. H. Edelend, of Lebanon, Ky., and shipped twenty head to Louisville by rail. No doubt but what these gentlemen fed the finesfstuble of mules that has been handled here fjr many years. D. C Turren'ine, the popular life insurance man, arrived here last week to fix up the papers on Win, Ditto, Sr,, deceased's life, for collection. Mr. Ditto was carrying an insurance of between seven and eight thousnnd dollars, which will add greatly to tho benefit of bis unfortunato family. Messrs Judge Wool'olk, A. W. More-meW. II. Richardson nnd O. C. went to Louisville last Thursday as a comtnitle to visit the Commercial Club and t o co l fir with them in regard to the development of this county's many natn, Rich-ardeon niVILWSVtA Kl yEVAjisVILLE'; IND. About I.lfo Iiittiirnncc. The old and absurd prejudices against life in ail ran co Las about passed away, People understand the doctrine o( averages much better than tbey used, and see that the principle la perfectly sound upou which The life insurance companies are based. only thing which is 'to be considered is the soundness of the Company in which you place your insurance. Everr'nian who is able,, and most men are if tbey would olny think so, should carry a policy upon his life. It is a duty Uesides it is the be owes to his family. cheapest and safest plan of making provisions for them it is possible to find. Bo who fails to provide for his wife and family is not a prudent man, and there is no investment that ib more certain llianti policy company. of life insurance in a first-claThose of our readers who have not given this Buljpct a thought and who aro not carrying a policy canuot find a more reliable company or ono that is more liberal (n its rates than the United States Life In surance Company of New York City. This company is represented in this county by Mr. S. II Dent, of Leiichfield, a man well known to everybody and it will bo a pleasure to bim to take jour application and secure for you a good policy, Don't put the matter eft". ss ural resources. Hon. A. W. Moremen and J. W. Lewis are spoken of as prospective candidates for the Constitutional Convention. This county has a broad field from which to select a delegate, and will bo well represent ed by any one of them that it chooses lo office, and I elect. It is a don't think there will be any claitiiB put before the primary election. Everybody who attended the marriago of Miss Julia E. Ditto to Mr. Ned Rees last Tuesday, express themselves ns having spent a delightful evening. Miss Julia made a charming bride, and her many friends hated to give her up, but such is life, and many good wishes attend her and her husband, who was well known here. Mr. Rees' parents were present and made many warm friends. It was tho pleasure of ycur correspondent to entertain them, and it waaalto his pleasure last fall to spend a few delightful days at their home, whilo on a visit to the Stato fair at Columbus, Ohio. lo Iliikluokv of tJreat Importance, Members of the Commercial Club are urged to be present, Wednesday afternoon at l o'clock, at the old IUnk, opposite D. It. MonnAY, Pres. Sulzer'a. 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Tbo conductors of Printers' Ink understand it, and their advice is basedjin an experience of moro than twenty-fiv- e years in placing advertiscing contract for many of the largest and most successful advertisers. A BEWLEYVILLE. year's subscription costs but two dollars : sample copies Free. Address : The Cash Store has no 8 d. nails to QEO. P. ROWELL CO., sell at 23 cla for 10 lbs , nor las it any Newspaper Advertising Bureau, ccflee to sell 10 lbs. for $1 00, as a bait to 10 Spruoo St., New York. get to sell you a suit of clothing at $3, that ought lo be sold at $5. The Cash Store oflerejno baits and gives no bites. Every thing sold at tho lowest cash rat and to The Cincinnati, Hamlltou & Dayton R. R. every onu at the same price. Send your ia the only line running Pullman's Per little boy and he will get it at the same fecten Safety Vcstibuled Trains, with Chair, Parlor, Sleeping and Dining Car rate as if you had come yourself. service between Cincinnati, Indianapolis EMust received a n!s i let of mens and boy's and ChlcagoJ and is tho Only Line running suits that aro both pretty and good, but of Through Reclining Chair Cars between a cheaper grade than the purchase an- Cincinnati, Keokuk and Springfield, III., nounced in formet notices. Will today and Combination Chair and Sleeping Car Cincinnati to Peoria, III., receive a handsome purchase of seasonAnd tho Only DIRECT LINE able dry goods, iu which is a large selection of fine and commou ginghams, also between Cincinnati, Dayton, Lima, Toledo. Lake Regions and Canada. largo lino of gem's and ladies' shoes, th,o Detroit, the The road is one of the oldest in the Stato prices on some of which are so low that of Ohio and the only line entering Cincinnati over twenly-Gv- o it will bo a surprise to you. miles of double Don't forget tho condition powder sold track, and from its past record can moro than assure its patrons speed, comfort and by the CaBh Store if you want to cure your safely. fouls of cholera and gapes, and to get your Tickets on sale everywhere, .and see horses iu lino fix for the spring work, Mr. that they read C II, 4: D., either ip or out Charles II. Drury says, his young hogs of Cincinnati, Indianapolis, or Toledo. e. o, Mccormick, were thumping at n bigh'rate, behave them General Passenger and Tloket Agent. a dose of the Condition Powders one day and the next day tbey were all clear of it but ono, be fed them another dose and the A snlendld Creek Bottom Farm, lying on third all were well and hearty, Mr. Char, DIanford is cure it cured bis chickens of the waters of Clover Creek, one mile and a half from Cloverport adjoining William S. Allen. cholera, Another parly says he fed it to It contains 80 acres more or less. Is well an aged horse whose appetite had failed, adapted for fruit or for a stock farm. Tuore is a line Locust drovo of about 8 acres, also a in one week the appetite was restored and fine Beaoh drove and soma Poplar and Hickory now the horse is In better condition than timber. This timber lays on the creek and can be easily marketed. This Is a valuable ho bas been for years. little place and the purchaser can make his Believe and be preffited, ditbelieve at money out of It from the sale of lie J timber. Will sell cheap for cash. ycur cost. If you want a bargain In a farm now Is your chanoe. For further information address Callat F N, D'JJuy'a jewelry store aud W. II. MORTON, see the handsome gold watch to be given Rock Lick, Ky. to all our cash in advance and paid op Ilonew your subscriptions promptly and subscribers. get a ticket in our Grand Qift Distribution jric f-- The Finest on Earth. i A FarmEor Sale." . k '' "J N- - I.OCAIi IIUUVITIIIS. ' & PG!S i.xrii' i ff New Priula. nt Sulzeru'. No Irainu cither way jeslcrduy. Ail kin Jd of seed potulous ut Sulzera'. Mr. .loh Dlythe Is able to be out again. CHARLIE BEARD, OF MARGINSBURG, MAKES A NARROW ESCAPE. A - Hi I 11 I I ! II I T T T I (? I I I I I I I I I I ! I I I I L I T I I M ' T I M I I .TiR; mmMM ML 02STE 1' : fry. tk'A Both tho motliod and results when Syrup of Figs 18 taken; it is plensant 'nud refreshing to tho taste, and acta fently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agrecablo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 01 bottles by all leading druggists. Any roliablo druggist who may not have it on hand will o it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FG SYRUP CO. SAM FRANCISC h CAL. LOUISVILLE, pro-eur- ENJOYS ifp xjHAfjihsm. Kr. NEW YORK, N.Y. T i.-i- t FOB JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. - We are authorised to announce of the City of liouisvlllo, at a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the aotlon of tho Democratlo party of the Third Appellate District. We are authorized to announce to tho office of as a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, subjeot to the action of the Democratic party. JOHN ROBERTS,. JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, j John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Win. K. Darnes, llardlnsburg. &. Attorneys atLaw. llardlnsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. ftSik. MURRAY BARNES, Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, HARDINSBURO, KY. arOfllco on Brick Cornor. ! Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 12, 1800. l'craoual. Dr. D. Davidson was In town last Wednesday. Sir. W. S. Bowuier went to Owensboro Sunday. Judgo Wllkerson went to Henderson Monday. C. C. Monroe, of Addison, caaie down Saturday. , Mr. Lornoy Tomplo, of Pellvllle, was here Saturday. J. C.lludd, of Owensboro, was In the city last week. Mrs. K. L. Clark Is visiting relatives In Cannelton. W. J. Dean, Jr., of Kock Vale, was in the city Friday. Henry llarned came down from JIardlns-bur- g Sunday. Thos. D. Ireland, of Sklllman, was in the city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. U. R. Pierce visited Owensboro this week. Mr. J. E. Monarch, of llardlnsburg, was In twn last week. Mr. Owen Cunningham, of Union Star, was In town several days last week. Mrs. C. W. Moorman and Miss Katie Bow-inwent up to bear Pattl latt week. Mrs. llobt. Smith, of Meado county, Is visit-he- r son, D. S. Itlchardson, this week. er M'u v " . i. & v . n ;:v;v v -- , fir: Ife The railroads all over tho country are having trouble. ' Just arrived, a big line of gents' fine shoes. Su'zsrs. Hemcrabcr the Commcrciul club meet- .' ing this evening. JuBt from factory, an elegant line of neckwear Sulzers. Don't fail to meet with the Commercial Club today at 4 p. m. Born, to tho wife ol Mr., John Burks, of Addison, March Cth a son. Mr. L. L. Smith and wife have gone to housekeeping in Owensboro, Bob Pierce Is the happy father of another bouncing boy, born March C.h. The City Council has decided to build a Bids for the work jail and court room. are now in order. Mr Q. P. Jolly has filled his bond as guuger, and went to Owensboro Monday to get an assignment. The press for the Cloverport Times arrived here Monday. The fust issue wll come out next Saturday. Squire Wm. Smith, father of Dr. F. M, Smith, of this city, died at his home In the Forks of Itongb, Feb. 2Gth. The Kickapoo Medicine Company has been giving some good entertainments at Fisber'B hall during the week. The section men and those on the work train were at work all of Monday nigrt and Tuesday clearing the track. The News is not alone in saying that John Slaton will be the next jailer. Every Democrat in the county says so. The County Court ought to furnish Jailer Ita mighty Pate with better padlocks. thin tho' to lay it on to the padlocks. The oldest inhabitants predict just such weather as was experienced in 181C, when all tho winter came in spring and summer. Mr. Ricbardsou has introduced a bill in the house to change the voting place In District No. 2, Meade county, from Meadeville to Gaston. The Directors of the Tar and White Sulphur Springs Co. will hold a meeting in Louisvillo this week to perfect arrangements for improving the springs. We cony an article from tho George town Times giving some points on the cost of an ice plant. It seems to us that a plant of this size could bo made to pay in this cily. Mr. D. W. Sloan, on account of bad roads, has been una,blo to supply his trade here with his coal, but, always alive to the wants of his customers, has imported sev eral barges of Cannelton coal. P. Blaser, a contractor on the L , H. & W. railroad, has finished his work on that road and has secured a contract for fifteen miles of grading on the Bowling Green, Leitcbfield and Falls of Rough. He will commence work about tho 1st of April. A petition signed by the citizens of this magisterial district waB forwarded to our representative nt Frankfort yesterday, asking the Legislature to exempt this district from the general road tax. A special act will be passed for this district for road improvement. The miner is regarded by some to be a tough citizen, and this may be true when we take into consideration his power of endurance to stand hardships, as was revealed thiB week In Illinois, when four of them fell down a shaft eighty feet and still live. Earlington Bee. The west bound passenger train due here Monday night had not arrived when we wont to press last night. The delay was caused by a land slide about two miles Tho whole face of the east of this city. earth for about 200 feet up there seems to be trying to push itself into tho river. l'ollcciiiuii Tuktu lllni lor Will I'opp. iliu Abttroiidliiir. Teller. A MERE SONG! Tlmt about expresses wlml we now gel for our "own make" Winter Clothing, becau.se we have already pruned the profits clean, and because we are drawing near towards tho tail end of the season. What we have left in Suits. Overcoats and Trousers are at the disposal of the people at almost their own price. Persons with a speculative turn of mind will find an opportunity now to buy their next winter's outfit at about the cost of the material. Our New Spring Stock is now complete and ready for inspection. Buy one of our Elegant Spring Overcoats which we have just made up. They are the very thing you will need for the next throe or four months. All colors and all price.". y - "That's Will Pope sure," exclaimed tho s'atlon agtnt at Louisville last Thursday, as Charley Beard, of Uardinsburg, walked into the Seventh Street depot, grip in hand. Immediately, all eyes wero turned on tho supposed noted bank robber, and a u dozen voices chimed in "That's him." Detective Hooper was seen in tho back ground, keenly taking observations, as his quick eyo took him in from head to foot. The crowd was becoming deeply excited and soon a Hundred persons wero gathered By this lime, the about our Charles. largely observed man began to show signs of and it was, hard to tell whether he was mad or scared. Things were fast approaching a climax, when Horace Allen camo along, hurrying at a gait to tho train. Charles yelled out, "Horace I" and Horace turned and made up to see what was going on. Findinc his old friend and schoolmate in a predicament of some sort, he soon took in the situation, and cried out, "I know this man this is Charley Bard, of Hardinsbury, a son of B. F. Beard, the It ain't Pope at all. One fellow yelled out loud enough to bo beard In JefTersonvllle, "Oh I that is too thin, young man. Take him too. He's the fellow that's been running with Pope, and got part of the swag." The crowd vociferously adopted the theory, and Hooper seemed about to scoop In tho boys. Just then Judge J. A. Murray, of this city, came along for the purpose of taking the train. The Judge's attention was at onco arrested, and seeing the boys in evidently f bad shape, inquired as to what was tho matter. Soon ascertaining the situation, ho told the crowd.de toctive and all, that Mr. Beard was not Pope, and that Horace AN len was not in the habit of running with Pope or anybody else. That he had known both the youths from the date of their respective births, and was proceeding to become very indignant, when another fellow over on the side of the crowd belched out in tones more loud than polito "And who tho h I are you?" This was too much for the already irate gentleman, and ho manifested some disposition to let people know he would show them "who ho was." After considerable further parity cooing, as the Frenchman would say, tho crowd reluctantly concluded, it was not much of a "find" after all, and the young men wero permitted to board the cars. Detective Hooper for somo reason or other, possibly not entirely satisfied that Charles was not the much wanted Pope, came down tho road, and finally got off at some station, to wend his way back to Louisville empty handed. two-forty well-knomet-chant. Watch this Banner IT WILL GET REP ! WHILE YOU LOOK AT IT Sulzers Bear the Banner FOR GOOD GOODS, FOR LOW PRICES, FOR FAIR DEALINGS. Mill S r CHAPTER WNT ji j & GO. "Old Reliable" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. 1. This is the GONFALON that GETS THERE the Sure 'Null' OLD ORIGINAL ORIFLAME of Haigains. 1 n ij i l 1 SULZER'SCloverport, r:on X Kentucky. ?j 128. GARFIELD. Success to the News, tbe Wheelers and tho waste basket. Miss Lydia Macy will teach a subscrip- AN ACT lo amend section 9, article 8, chapter 15111, Common School Law of Conyiiiciiitr l'roof. B. B. D. (Botonlo Blood lialm), made by Wood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ua., will cure blood poisons In its worst phases, oven when all other treatment falls. A. P. Branson, Atlanta, Ga., writes: "j running ulcers on ono leg bad twenty-fou- r and six on the other, and felt greatly prostrated. I believe I actually swallowed a barrel of medicine, In vain efforts to cure tho disease. With little hope I anally acted on tho urgent advice of a friend, and got a bottle of B, U. B. I experienced a change, and my dospondenoy was somewhat dlspolled. I kept using it until I had taken sixteen bottles, and all the ulcers, rheumatism and all other horrors of blood poison have disappeared, and at last I am sound and well again, after an experience of twenty years of torture." "My Robt. Ward, Maxey, Ga., writes: dlsoaso was pronounced a tertiary form of blood poison. My faoe, head and shoulders wero a mass of corruption, and Onally the disease began eating my skull bones. My bones ached, my kidneys were dorangod, I lost flesh and strength, and life became a burden. All said I must surely die, but nevertheless, when I had used ten bottles of B. B. B. I was pronounced well. Hundreds of scars can now be seen on me. I have now been welt over twelve months." In many Instances it has been proven that To ' Dr. 4. A. Simons was ono of those, from this place, who heard Patli last week. Chas. Mattingly and 0. P. Jolly, of llardlnsburg weut to Owensboro Monday. Miss Forrle Uardln, of Holt, was the guest of Miss Mary Allen soveral days this week. Mr. J. D. Drashear, of Owensboro, left that city Monday night, for Las Vegas, New Mexico. ' "V . -- . 'S i." - Dte IK. js. i Mr. Win. McCuIlougb, of Short Creek, was here last week attending the Holconibe, meeting. Mrs.'W. D, Smith and sons, Jesse and Rob-biof Meade county, are visiting Mrs. II. S. Wlloy. Mr. J. C. DcIIavcn, of llardlnsburg, was In town last week and socuiod a ticket In the Ncwa' arand Qlft Distribution. Mr. Clark, of Cannelton, Ind., Is here on a visit to bis son, Edward, who Is for the Cincinnati Cooperage Co. Miss Esther Uaynes, of Stephensport, Ky., after a pleasant visit to the Misses Goldstein, returned boms yesterday, Henderson Journal Dr. Lewis Goldstein, after a fortnight's visit to his family In the city, returned yesterday to bis borne In Stephensport. Henderson Journal, Miss Annie lIimllcton, of Sorghotown, who has been hero visiting her sister, Mrs. O. E. Llghtfoot, for seyoral weeks, has bad a very severe attack of la Urippo. She Is now able to be out again. Miss Llllle Cooper, who has been called away from her school ou account of ilokness at home for soveral weoks, returned yestorday by way of Victoria. She had to take a crosstie ticket from the latter placo. ' Miss Llule Hllf, who has been visiting the family of her unole, Conrad Mlokel, returned to her borne In Meado county last Thursday, accompanied by her cousin, Robert Mlokel. Hawesville Platudealer. n, book-keep- ?. J '&ik-' Mr, J. II. Huoolie, foreman of Sulier' Tailoring Department, will visit Clover-- 1 ort again about March 12 to 10. He i I carry with him a lino of snmpl(B repre a soling a stock of 'piece good, which comprises all the standard and fancy styles produced this season, He will be pleased t meet jou at oar store at the above dale and receive your llro. orderc- - J P. Sal.er k Mr. Chas. Mattingly, Republican candidate for Judge of this county, passed Office of the Sui'eiiiniendent of") publto ixbtkuction throughthis cily Monday, enroute to OwFrankfort, Ky , March Ud, 1890. J ensboro. Mr. Mattingly has an appointThe undersigned has just learned of the ment or guoger, and says if he gets an assignment he will not make the race. So approval of an Act by lhe General Asit is quite likely the g. o. p. will have to sembly, requiring the Examination of canbring in another horse to be slaughtered didates for eligibility to the office of County Superintendent of Common Schools on next AuguBt. "the first Saturday in May," 1890, instead The meeting is still in progress ot the of on "the last Saturday in June, 1890. There Elm 8treet Methodist church. Tho County Board of Examiners will, doesn't seem to be much outward interest, accordingly, be furnished with Questions but it is generally conceded that thote is Everybody is for said Examination on "the first Saturmuch good being done. His day in May," 1890. Mr. Holcombe. well pleased with Notice is hereby given, also, that tho sermons are so simple and bia manner so help but feel that State Board of Examiners will hold written earnest that one cannot Examinations at the office of the Superina religious life is the best. Mr. Holcombe tendent of Public Instruction for the exis a living example of the power and eligibility to religion. The meetings amination of candidates for good there is in the office of County Superintendent of are well attended and tho interest seems following dates : They will continue Common Schools on the to be increasing. 1. Wednesday, April 9th, 1890. throughout the week and possibly thro' 2 Wednesday, May 7th, 1890 next week. Several additions have been, 3. Wednesday, Juno 11th, 1890 made to the church. All persons concerned in these Examinations, including those now holding CertiIt "Will Kliiko lllni Famous. ficates, will please take due notice of the Mr Rudy has brought in a road law foregoing appointments for the purpose which does him credit, and deserves the aforesaid, and govern themselves accordcareful and favorable consideration of the ingly. Legislature. kThore Is uothing that could Every candidate for eligibility to tho be done for the benefit of Kentucky that office of Couuty Superintendent of Comwould advance tho material interests of all mon 8chools is required by law, to obtain classes more than tho adoption and carryat one of the foregoing Examinations, "a measure for ing out of a Certificate of Qualification of the grade of securing good wagon roads in all parts of a.County Certificate of the The heaviest tax paid by the which requires an average percentage of the Stale. farmers of Kentucky is the mud road tax. eighty-fiv- e (85), on the subjects of In. It falls directly on the farmer, but as is Btruction prescribed for the Common the case with all other taxes, a share of the 8chools of this Commonwealth, viz : SpelltiimiAn la shifted to all other classes. Mr. ing, Reading. Writing, Arithmetic, English Rudy's bill, from the brief abstract pub- Grammar, English Composition, Geogralished so far seems to be a comprehensive phy, United 8lates' History, Physiology and well considered measure. If a fuller and Hygiene, nnd the Elements of Civil examination confirms this opinion, he can Government. count on the thanks and hearty support ol Be pleased to give prompt information The Commercial, and, it he can get his through your nearest newspaper, concern-i- n bill through, he will rank, in permanent the above requirements for a Certificate fame, with the founder of the common of Qualification for eligibility to the offico Bchool system and other great benefactors of County Superintendent of Common of his kind. Louijville Commercial. Schools. 7 Very respectfully, BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Jos. Desha. Pickett, MalaCures Indigestion, Biliousness, Dyspepsia, Superintendent Public Iastrnctloa and I nrst ria, Nervousness, and Gcnoral Debility. Genuine President Slate Board Examiner. clans recommend It. All dealers sell It. well-fram- ed First-class," Con u ly Superintendent Co in in on KcIiooIn. or Married at the residence ol the bride's father, February 25, at i p. in , Mr. Hiram Durbin to Miss Flora Keener. May joy be theirs. The general health here has been bad S. B. Bl'CKSEII though now all seem to be convelescent By the Governor: Mr. Thomas Gray who has been quite low Geo. M. Adams, Secretary cf Slate. is thought to be improving. Pr. Warfield's new house is almost comA Never Uiidln'tr Tulc of lorliino. pleted, the doctor is our practicing phyAs usual tho Grand Monthly Drawing sician and we gladly welcome him and his of The Louisiana Mate Lottery came off estiinnblo wife into our midst. Hev. E. It. Duggins and wife spent Frinn TWndnv. February llth. Ticket No. We underC4,:t85 drew the First Capital Prize of day and Saturdny in Ekrou. It was sold in twentieths at $1 stand our brother went to organize a Far$300,000 each, sent to M. A. Dauphin. New Orleans mers' and Labor Union club. Success to Lb. : one to C. Kozminski & Co , Chicajou Bro. Duggins. go, HI. , one to Mnlachi J. Good, Boston, The Wheelers struck this place about Mass. ; one to tho National Security Bank, four weeks ago and organized. They numBoston; one to J. D. Majfield and El C. ber now about 200 members. Their motto HimBtedt, Waco, Texas; one to C P. is "to.live and let live", there object being Cramer, Cleveland, O. ; oae to P. O'Urien, to bring the producer nnd consumer nearer Philadelphia, Pa. ; ono to a Correspondtogether. We think thry are fighting the ent, through Wells, Fargo & Co., San good fight and are proud of thoir success. Francisco, Cal. ; ono to Colorado Nat'l The citizens of our little town are up and Bank, Denver, Col. ; one to Willinm Klein doing nud we are In the fight and there lo McKeesport, Pa ; etc., etc. Ticket Nn. stay, and expect in less than five hundred 41,138 drew tho Second Capital Prize ol years our town will reach east to Irvington $100 000, also sold in twentieths at $1 nnd west to Uardinsburg. Building lots each : one to J. S. Webb, Boston, Mass. ; nre selling from $75 to $100 per acre that Baltimore, one lo Western National Bank, were only worth from $0 to $8 before our Md. ; one to Percy Williams, caro W. U. railroad was built. Kugler & Co., Baltimore Md ; one to Ne vada Bank, Son Francisco, Cal ; ono to C. From another Correspondent. Nord, Paxton, III.; ono to Edgar Hill, The Baptist's will erect a church here in Cincinnati, O.j one to C. T. Aubushou, the spring DeSoto, Mo. ; one to Bank of Montreal, Mr. T. A. Gray's new store is nearly Brockville, On, CanaJa; ono to John Ticket No. completed. Meyer, New Orleaus, Li., otc. Miss Lola Norton is on the sick list 40.919 drew the Third Capital Prize ol $50,000. It was sold in quarters at ?5 this week. each : one to H. A. Hulburd, Chicago, 111 , Miss Nannie Board is .visiting her aunt near Irvington. one to American Express Company, Detroit, Mich. ; and the rest went elsewhere. Several Meado county young men visited Ticket No. 24.519 drew tho Fourth Capi-it- our town last week. Prize of $20,000. sold in twentieths at Dr. R. W. Warfield went to Cloverport $1 each : one to W. P. Chester, Boston on business this week. Mass. ; one to L. Schroedcr, Philadelphia, Miss Hattie Warfield and Katie Board Pa.-- ; one to American Nutlonal Hank, Tom Gasson, visited Miis Cora Bindy last week. Leadvllle, Col.; one to Mrs. F. M. Board's family havo been Birmingham, Ala. ; one to First National Bank, Jackson, Tenn. ; ono to Farley suffering very much from la grippe. Wanted a first class teacher to teach a National Bank, Montgomery, Ala.; one to spring school, wo have a good school houso Lowry Banking Co., Atlanta, Ga.. next "drawing will tako place Tuesday, The Wheelers will open up a store here April 15th of which all information will be thiswek and wo expect timos a little furnished on application to M. A. Dau lively. phin, New Orleans, La. Mrs. Minnie McGill, ol Hardinsburg, is visiting relatives and- - friends here this al etc-Th- this Commonwealth. enacted by the General Assembly I. of the Commonwealth of Kentucky: That section D, article 8, chnpter lOIH be amended by striking out the following words, namely : "Tho trustees shall not permit any person to leach any private or other school in any district school-housunless tho said person shull first have obtained a certificate to teach from the County Hoard of Kxarainers ," and insert in lieu thereof the following, namely: "No person shall be allowed to teach a private or other school in any district school-housunless he bo of a good moral character, and have the consent o( not less than two of the trustees of ihu district in which said school is to bo tuught." I 2. This net shall toko effect from nnd after its passage. Uaiivey Myeiis, Speaker of the Uouso of Ilepresntatives. " James V. Biiyas, Speaker of the Senate Approved February 5,"1890. Do it e, tion school here beginning March 31. Mr. Aleck Durbin our new blacksmith is doing a thriving business nt this place Mr. nnd Mrs. Fannie Wallace (nee Rollins) left for their new home near Hock Lick last Wednesday. J II. Blake Bays ho is a Wheeler and a hustler too, he makes it hot for parties opposing the Wheeler's. Mr. Henry Johnson is fitting up a houte here to sell Wheeler goods, they will be ready to exnmino by the l.'nli of this month. Mr. Thomas Gray has erected a feed stable here, persons desiting accommodation in that line will do well 'o call on Mr. Gray. P. S. You notice that the banner got Read, as you followed the until at the end of the last line THE BANNER WAS ENTIRElines, LY READ I J. R. BASSETT & BRO., DOORS, LEITCHFIELD, KY. SASH, BLINDS, ROUGH DRESSED LUMBER. -- o and Roofing Building Material at low prices. ESTIMATES furnished & SHIPMENTS made directly from Planing Mill to any point. TISFAU TIOjY ASS URED. OVERCOATS! If its an Overcoat you need now, or at tiny time in the near future, you should call at Witt's. He's marked them His motto is never way down and thoy are bound to go, to carry goods over from one season to another. They So here's your opportunity (o get must go at some price. You mint take the cash along an Overcoat very cheap. has a tho' to get it or its equivalent, Produce. He large stock of Ladies' and Gent's winter ul-.- o UNDERWEAR that ho says must go along with the Overcoats. He has cut the price on these goods and they must leave. But this advertisement don't tell the story near so well as the goods and prices, so it is best that you see them. Call early and avoid the rush. J. A. WITT, Hardinsburg, PARRY IMIFO. INDIANAPOLIS, Price, $18.00 at Factory. Cash with Order. IND. Ky. CO., The I.oulsvillo Market. No. 75. r -- week. Miss Sallio Smith who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Mamie Gregory, returned home last week. Our town is on a boom and there should be more bouses erected for rent, this is a gcod place to invest money. Wc havo the best shipping point on the L II, and W. railroad. Weakness. Mularlu. ludleestlon and Ulllousncss. take MT There has been no special chance in tho tobacco market this week. Offerings have continued large and bidding has been All grades of Burley, free and liberal. when sound and aweet, have an active demand, and sold well up to outside figures of our quotations. There is a good, healthy demand for medium fillers and smokers. Sound lugs of all grades are taken readily at quotation. Tho fancy still seems very much 'In favor of color, and offerings possessing this quality aro eagerly sought for, and usually run up to outside limits of our quotations. The breaks do not show as much fine Burley leaf as appeared several weoks ago, and whenever a hogshead is offered which can be classed strictly flue, sweet and sound, no ono can guess whut price It may go to. The selling side of tbe market construe the scarcity of fine tobacco now offering as indicating that the supply is about consumed. Of dark tobacco we can only say thore is no material change. Sound, aweet tobacco of Greon River type is standy and Good dark long leaf Is also havstrong. ing a steady, healthy demand. But low grade, out of order and funked goods are For such there is still "in tbe soup." practically no market Farmers Homo Journal, Btrlctly First-Clas- jiit'Kury ah pwuiiii wruwuiTina. Stool Axles uml Iiw Bent Scut Arms. Wnrnmtcd I J)y Fcrcctly Balanced. Iinfr, Kiuy Hiding, Oil Trmporod Spring, ltast Wheels micl Ilest All Over. IP YOU CAN'T FIND THEM FOB BALE BY YOUR MERCHANTS, n afl&&? PSP I aj ni4t lg) 7 WRITE US. rou this lii.oon, It cures quickly. For salo by all itealoa lu medicine. Oct the genuine. IlllOWN'S IIION IHTTEllS. A Sure Hog Cholera Preventive. "f:1 FARMERS FREE COLUMN. For Sale milker. Fresh cow and young calf, good J. G. STKniKNS, Holt, Ky, Ho or Gliolera. PrGYGntive Will prevent tbe ruvpges or Choi-er- a on any farm stock, and, in spue cases will cure Chrlera, although ire will not Insure It to Jo so. It lias been tried and thoroughly tested by many of the best farmers In Breckenridge and Uardln counties and has never failed, llolow. are the names of some of our farmers wbo have tested Its merits ; John Meador, Dolph Jones ' Illg Springs; Dob English, Dr. C. Z. Aud, Ceclllan j Chas. Ilardaway, lluwleyvllle. Hog Cholera cannoj be cured except In rare cases ; to this Is Experience teaehes us that merely a preventive which, If given according to directions, we warrant lo preserve the health It Is put up In sacks at 12K cents per pound. Twenty.flve pounds wilt keep twenty.flve hogs healthy for a year. AGENTS Beard ic Beoler, llardlnsburg j (1. W, Short, Cloverport i Joe Jones, Bockvnle. Manufactured by ( J. E. MOORMAN'S Denmark stallion, Fob Salk dam by MetiSckoy. He's a prodigy for style, action, l'rlco $200. site and J. F. Oabtkr, Webster, Ky. NOTICE of 1 FARM FOR SALE. mile from Stephensport, a town on the Ohio river and I..,Bt. L. Je T. H. II., consistFlno fruit and stock farm ing of 145 acres. with Qve never falling springs on It. The Iin- consist of one frame dwelling ouse of five rooms, stable and tolacoo barn. Alio plenty of good fruit of nearly all kinds. Which can be bought for f 1.250 $400 cash In In Ureokenrldge County, Ky,, threo.fourths hand nnd three years time on the remainder. (MUDNKIt HAWKINS. Apylylo lias trade mark and crossed red Hum ou wrapper. J. E. MOORMAN, Owensboro, Ky, a. lo nml dangerous malady. Therefore, the only lToctlvo treatment Is n thorough courso tho best of nil of Aycr's Snrsnparllln hlooil imrlllcrs. Tho sooner you begin tho better j delay Is dangerous. " I was troubled with catarrh for over two years. I tried various remedies, nnd wns treated by a number of physicians, but received no benefit until I began to tako Ayer's Sarsaparllla. A fiiw bottles of this medicine cured mo of this troublesome complnint ana coin- uesso i. ilotcly restored my lienmi. Hoggs, Uolmau'8 Mills, N. C. " "When Aycr's Sarsaparllla was recommended to mo for catarrh, I was Inclined to doubt Its offlcapy. Having Ilttlo bentried so many remedies, efit, I had no faith that anything would euro me. I becamo emaciated from loss digestion. I of nppctito nnd impaired of smell, and had nearly lost tho senso 1 was my system wns badly deranged. urged when n friend about discouraged, Sursapnrilln. and mo to try Ajcr's me to persons whom It lnwl cured of catarrh. After taking half n ilozcn bottles of this medicine, I nm convinced that tho only Hiiro way of treating tliM iibMinnte dNease ix through the blood. Charles H. Mnlney, 11: ltler St., no euro for this loatlnoinc poison Is 18 n Wood disease.tlioUntil the there caa system, pxpcllcil from Catarrh i .Txwell, MnsH. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rnrrAnrn nt Dr. J. C. Ayer Price & Co., Lowell, Mass. Worth t. ; lx bolilM, ' bottU. Breckbnridge News lead Uic Aovetolte nil: 0 s Bride! nv ROSE TERRY. It will shortly appear in this Paper. Finely Illustrated. tlxiut un Ire I'ai'lorj. (ieorgctown a 'J unci. A plan for the iranufuclure of ice, will) capacity of 2 tons, or ."i.OOD pounds per (1 iy, would cost tfii 000. The manufacture of this quantity of ice would require two bushels of coal and the service of two mcn( .'i0 each per day. The ite cotiH say at be made ul 12 cents ppr civt. If sold in lumps of 30 or 100 pound il could be furnished at half a cent per pound, nnd in o( a cent, lees quantities nt and alibi il a handsome profit to the manufacturer. Say, that an average family will use U0 pounds of ice per day and use it six months in the year, it will cost, at hall a cent a pound, 1. lefH money than il would require to fill an ico hoime when 1 tliree-lourtlis ICrtisoniilili; llcijiichl. "I hnvo only one last request to mnkp," said the dying man, as he painfully inisfd his head from the pillow and surveyed the weeping group arotird his lnil,ide If your blood is disordered, cleanse it "What is It, my good friend '" asked without delay by the use of I.axidor, the the clcrgyrnnn "Anything jou ask will Druggists recomfamous blood purifier. bo done.'' mend it. Price 'la cents. "Then ede that the newspapers don't Mony physicians are prescribing Dr. refer to me as 'another old laudmnrk Hull's Baby Syrup because they know it gono.' " I.ippincott'i! Magazine for is n good and sale remedy for children. March. Uruzgists sell it for '!' cents. Villi NrlrrluiM (.'twicer lu Cured! ADDISON. This is n hard question lo nnswer Swift's Specific has cured thousands ol Mr. .1. C. Tlnius bus moved his wife und caies of Skin Cancer, nnd there have been sou to this place, which will be their many cases of Sclrrhus Cancer reported home in the future cured by it. We do say that S. S S is Mr. and Mrs. L I). Addison have reworth a triu! in any case of cuncer. We lumed from a visit to Meade county. append u statement from Mhs Green, of Mr. M. Ilammnii has deeded the proper Tallapoosa, Ga In lh8l I had a small lump in my left amount of ground to Messrs Addison ,t Dick upon wbicb to erect their canning breast, which proved to be a cancer. The factory at this place Work will begin nt first remedy 1 tried was to have it burned off. Tins did not cure it, fur shortly afteronce. wards it broke out again in a much worn Mr. U. L. Morton is here this week lo begin the work of excavation form. I then consulted our druggist, who and foundation on his roller llouring mill advised mo lo try Swift's Specific (S. S 8 ) and after taking about one dozen bottles, as soon os the weather will permit was completely cured, arid my general M. Hamman has signed the deed for health was greatly improved. This has 1,000 feet of ground for a siding und fhg beer, over tix years ago, and my cuncer bag never appeared since, nor has it i',aC Croup and Whooping Cough in Cbil-- ; troubled me in any way. I enn cheerfully dren speedily relidved and cured by "0. C, recommend Swift's Specific (S. 8 S ) to Warrnnted. any one suffering with cancer. C. Certain Ccugh Cure." Miss T. K Oaekx, 8oId by O. V. Short. Tollapooia. Ga. We will mail our Troatlse on BlooJ to There is no humbug about our premiums Thoy ul! go wlthoQt money and without any who send us their address, SWIFT 8PK0IPIC CO , Atlanta, On. price o our paid up subscribers. A a person hns one and the weather is cold enough to make ice on the ponds and creeks. Drily a few families are fortunate enough to have un ice hcuse, and ice, when purchased in quantities ol 1!I pounds or less, usually sells for one cent or more per pound. This winter there is a slim prospect for ice made at home in the natural way, and the probability is that lake ijc, il it can be obtained nt all, will Ttere an increased price. seams to lie no good reason why an ice iactory in Georgetown would not prove II 2 tons per day should exprofitable. ceed the needs of Georgetown, there would he no difficulty in linding a ready market f.ir the eurplus at Sadieville, Stumping Ground, Midway und other places, nuil among the people in the country. Kven when the weather is cold enough to freeze the ponds nnd creek.), urtiliciul ice can be made und sold cheaper than nntural ice can be housed, und artificial ise is belter and healthier than that taken from ponds, where the water is more, or less filled with filth Wrllliiir to Ml Mother. A few days since, the train from tho that I am one of those detestible traveling South ktopped at the depot, when a young ngeuts, you will not bo surprised to hear mnn of perhaps 20 years of ago was seen of the daring adventures of canvassing the to step off on the platform and wen J his wild nnd stormy regions of Pinchcco, just way to a prominent dry goods store. He one week ogo today, Feeling cufliciently wns a stranger in a strange land, and knew recovered from an uttack of la Grippe, I not a single soul that he met. Ho timidly food my grip-sac- k ncrosi my shoulder, asked tho merchant if he could get' pen, mounted my pony, bndo adieu to my little ink and paper, saying that he was from family (wifo and six boys, nil Republicans) South Carolina ; that he bad come to and proceeded on my perilous journey. Kentucky to enter one of our schools and After being jerked tilted, tossed and that he had promised his mother that he twisted (cuused from my horse's trying to would wriie to her immediately on his arrival. The merchant gladly furnished him extricate himself from the mire nnd quicksand) for two hcurs, I nrrived nt Hock with the materials asked for, well knowVole, five mlle distant from my stattirg ing that a boy who was so thoughtful of his point. After a two hours' rest I proceed-e- J mother had in him nil tho elements cf a on my journey and was soon brnting true genuine nature. There wai a young down on the settlement, but as night was man that was to bo admired. In tho busy dawning upon me, I turned in wiilrnn old whirl of life, nmid strange surroundings, and very lubstantial granger, V. W he did not forget the promise made tn his Jones, nnd demnnded shelter, which wns mother ns he left that southern home. Perhaps that loved one left behind may courteously granted. learning of a wedding to take place next morning nt 10 have been bent with age, perhnos her (nee o'clock, at Mr. M. L Jones', I departed wns wrinkled with sorrow and care, ye! to thenoe, arriving n short lime before the that boy she was his idol, to him the mos hour for tying the nuptial knot. 1 was met beautiful and lovely being upon earth. lie went to tho desk und there he wrote at the gate by the bride's father nnd confamily room, where I could to the mother who had cared for him from ducted to the his infancy. We know not whnt endearwarm my fingers and toes in quietude. Promptly at 10 o'clock the announced ing words were there written on that white piece of paper. The writing was intendarrival ol the bridegroom caused an instant movement to the sitting room, which ed alone for the mother at home, who was anxiously waiting to hear from the boy had been furnished and decorated appropriately for the occasion by the direction who was in a distant State. It was no of the purest and best woman in Ohio doubt a genuine love letter, full nf tender words for his best earthly friend. No uitc a niira-county, the bride's mother. friends nnd relatives were present. doubt as he penned the lines the tears dropped from his eyes upon the paper beThe minister, Hro. Wentherford, was inHe poured out bis soul in ef formed that the parties were rendy, nnd fore him presently Miss Klfie Jones, on the nrms of fection to her whom he had (o recently Mr. James Ball, was presented, desiring left standing at the yard gate in the Sunny South. He remembered her parting to be united in marriage. In a short cerher last prayer for his safety nnd her emony Hro Wentherford pronounced them They are n young benediction upon her son who was going mnn and wile. couple, but they seemed to be in earnest. out into the world to do and battle for himAfter the usual corgrntulations they, wiih self. Oh, that every boy in this land could n number of friends nnd relatives, took remember the parting words of his mother their departure for Ureckcnridge county, and that wherever he might go that her their future home. Your humble servant, image would be before him to cheer him sensation creeping along the pathway of life. The boy who feeling an A two loves nnd respects his mother nnd who is over him, hied lor Pineheco willing to be guided by her counsel is net leading by Friendhours ride over the rond ship church brought me to the site of one npt to go wrong, but will be worth someof the most atrocions murders receded in thing to himself and to his country Hustler. the history of the dark deeds of Pineheco, trngedy. the Kodgers-Ku8hIllccii'lc Itlllem, To be continued. This remedy is beepming so well known Fordsvi'.le, the borint: On nrriving at need no special mengrounds of the Boomerang, 1 learned and so popular as to tion. All who have used Klectric Bitters there was to be a ball that umbt at the sing the same song of praise. A purer Howard Hotel. On investigation I found medicine does not exist nnd it is guaranmy pur6e contained only fifty cents, the thing teed to do all that is claimed. Electric admission to the ball. The next Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver was to fall on some plan to get my supper and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, and have my horse fed. While pondering Salt Kheum and other all'eclions cuused by over the matter a friend and relative, who impure blood. Will drive Mnlaria from had recently located there, came up and the system and prevent as well as cure nil I accepted in invited me home with him. Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache, You may depend, I realized in a hurry. Constipation und Indigestion try Klectric a true spirit the eternal fitness of things Kntire. satisfaction guaranteed, B'tters. 1 wended my wny to the After supper Price j0 cts. nr.d or money refunded. building of modhotel, n new three-Btor- y $1.00 per bottle nt G. V. Short's, Clover-por- t, ern style of architecture that would be n Ky , nnd J. A Witts, Hardinsburg, credit lo any of the towns in the Green K y. Itiver country, and Mr. Howard is endowed with the natural talents requisite to Mt'Mriiinliii; llliuscir. a uood hotel man, and tho people ol Now is tho time the scheming 1ml Fordsvilleknow how to make a success of I'ari'gocs the sport of Icing bad a hop. About 0 o'clock the people began And checks nubile liU laughter, to arrive, nnd there was a throng in the Jlceuiiso backsliding now would be Too shortly after "Clirhtrnas-tree,- " corridor from 0 to 10. in o'clock found The rogue don't wont us to see the hall, which constitutes the third story That' nil Mint lie wns uftcr. of the building well filled with ladies in J.ippincottV Mngiuino for March. Partners for n quadtheir bull costumes the music setrille were on the floor and Sore Throat, Hacking Cough, Chest ting up, the lively wh'rl went on. To say Pains, Ac , cured by taking the great remthe ufluir was a success is the least that edy, "C. C. C Certain Cough Cure " Sold could be said. Kverybodv seemed to be by G W. Short umpired with noble thoughts und pleasant feeling, politeness and good be'.avior Served Him lti(;lil. were tho order of things. Standing room Stny, jailer stay, nnd bear my woo ; in the bull was at a premium There I nm not mad who kneel to thec. wus quite a number of distinguished ladies I only brul lied a son of a gun and genllemeji present. About '1 o'clock Who workei tlio McOinty grig on me. the crowd begun to break up, and the ball Sum Durilotte. was over. Porter's girl must be possessed For all kinds of job printing in the litwith nn impelling gravity, judging from the wny he became entangled. That Hat est style, call nt the IlniH'Kr.SRiiKiR Nkwh Well, I have heard of the old office. dude'' mode, first upon the heel and then upon CRISP CONDENSATIONS. tho toe, hut he stayed on his heel. Give M. me n test ' The find railway sleeping car of which there is nuy authentic information was He led the German und his dudish dress used on tlio Cumberland Valley railroad ; and Clianibersburg, was the admiration of the assembled fair, between in 1830. but his stout partner slipped on his favorEight vniicties of leprosy are recogite corn. Sensation' Salvation oil to the nized in China, nnd tlio disenso is rerescue. Happiness again .1 ol e, all-goer llarj-isbiirj! Hide Through IMnclirco, Editor News Knowing as yon do OF COUNTRY ROADS. NOTICE EXTRAORDINARY! IN OK Tho question of improving tlio system of tho country roads of America is now being discussed by legislators, by men of science, by economists nnd others having n practical Interest in publio means for Somo states havo retransportation. cently taken nction in this matter, nnd others are considering measures with a view to securing tho quickest nnd best results. Pennsylvania has a stato commission nt work, inquiring about the needs of the statd and tlio best methods of reform. Now Jersey adopted a now road law last year, providing for a uniformity In highway building under n 6tato engineer. In Tennessee the Vnnderbilt university Instructs frco of chnrgo ono person from eacli county to supervlso roads. During" tho present sessions of the legislatures bills will bo presented in New York, Maryland, Ohio, Virginia and Rhode Island, and it is probablo that somo nction will bo taken in New Jersey nnd Massachusetts. A general nwaking of Interest throughout tho country lias been brought about largely by tho efforts of tho Lcaguo of American Wheelmen, a national association of cyclists. Lost year tlio lcaguo issued n Ilttlo work entitled "Improvement of Highways," which discusses practical methods of making and repairing roads and gives tho draft of a bill which, with some modifications, may be i ho basis for new legislation in tlio several states of tlio Union. Tlio recommendations for now roads treat principally of somo form of macadam, cither for the whole road or for such portions of it ns Ho in places that cannot bo thoroughly drained. The bill which tlio wheelmen suggest in order lo secure uniformity in the various states is substantially this: Section 1 constitutes a highway district in each township not under municipal control. Section 2 provides for an overseer for each highway district. Sections 8, 4 and 5 define tlio duties of tho overseer, who shall locate and open nil public roads, and improvo nnd repair tho same. Sections G nnd 7 relate to sign boards. Sections 8 nnd 0 relate to tho award of contracts. Section 15 provides for a tax levy, and section 10 relates to tho method of apportioning nnd levying tho same. Sections 10, 20 nnd 21 placo all toll roads and bridges under tlio caro of tlio district overseers, with power to compel tho owners to repair tlicm and also to close them whenever their condition is not according to tho charter or laws governing them. In tho stales where the agitation has taken hold various plans nro under consideration. Last year a bill was beforo tho Pennsylvania legislature providing for n uniform road tax of seven and ouc-hamills, to bo raised in each county and expended under a county engineer. Not less than 40 per cent, of this tax must bo expended in macadamizing or other other permanent improvement. According to this bill each county will bo subdivided into districts under charge of a supervisor. In Rhode Island tho Lcaguo of Wheelmen havo prepared a bill, and Governor Ladd, in Iiis last message, recommended a uniform road law, which "should seek not only to direct and control tlio proper construction and keeping of roads in tlio state, but in .mcasuro should also con trol tho laying out of roads, with a view to prevent their unnecessary and costly multiplication, nnd seek to sccuro a systematic network of highways for inter-tow- n communication." Tlio citizens of Riiodo Island have formed a Stato Roads Improvement association, with tho object of increasing public knowledge and interest concerning good roads, and to procuro needed changes in legislation. This association petitioned tlio legislature to enact, appropriate laws at tho session for 1890. Governor Hill in bis last message referred to ono of tho plans under discussion in New York as follows: It has been suggested that tho state should prolf Places for Improvement Action of the I A. W. New I.osiltlvo Measures. THIS W.W.BROOKS, NOW I Csblnct, Curd, Dly or Tintypes at reasonable prices. Alio large work of any kind or style. Enlargement mtde from old pictures snd framed for $2.50 I alio make Crayon Portraits. Having eighteen joars experience in Photography, I will try to make Photos or sny other work to ploaie ono and nil. Givo me a call. Now located over MARTIN'S DRUO SI ORE. Clorcrpott, Ky. will make Photographs any kind or style, IN CLOVER PORT. BIMM Q- IS -A.3TXD Ma W Tk GBEG0RY.& GO., Headquarters for Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Michigan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, $300 TO $500 -- nm GIVEN TO OUR- - Pine & Poplar Shingles al- Brick, Plow Handles, Pire Flooring ways kept nn hand. Orders accompanied by cash prompt Iy filled. Paid Up Subscribers All old subscribers who Pay Up to date and One Year in advance to have a ticket in our Drawing mm liifi (L. I?K -R- M-yiwM THELOUISVILLE&STrLOUISAIR LINE. K. & ST. L. R. U.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND REST LINE TO It $ Ho lottery Sclie m St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. AND ALL POINTS West and Tide-Car- d in Sleet Dec, 16, Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. ArrSt. Louis 7:45 " ...7:25 " 9:50 p.m. Evansville 2:25 " For further information, call on or address, JOS. S 0DI0RNE, Oen'l Pais. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. I'nug'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. BABBAGE'S Bargain-:-Column!! You get value received for your money in one of the Best County Papers published in the State, and then we give you a ticket which entitles you to a chance in the drawing. We have adopted the Drawing method of distributing the Presents, because it is the only fair way of doing it. For Spot Cash Only. i PLAN OF DRAWING. Doz. lead pencils for 5 cts. Quires Note papc for 25 cts. Set Goblets for 25 cts. A good white shrit unlaundrcd 5 1 Gent's Undei shirts for 39 cents worth 50 cts. Wash Bowels and Pitchers, best Stone China lor 85 cts. worth $1.00 Stone China Vegetable Dishes several shapes worth 15 20 30 40 j I I for 39 cts. A duplicate of every ticket sold is placed in a box and in another box cards with the names of all the prizes. Two little boys or girls will be selected to do the drawing. One will draw from the box con- 15 30 Glass Lumps complete for 20, 25, 1 wiFTsclI for 2 I j 20 j ceed to coostruct through pvery county two high, Nothing is more troublesome cough. Bull's Cough Syiup. provoking than Curo 2o cents. it n with Dr. - garded ns contagions, infections nnd hereditary, 1ml is said to disappear in four generations. Tho historic litno trco nt Munclien-wylcin Freiburg, under which the Swiss Federal assembled before) tlio battle of Murten, in M70, bus been uprooted by n storm. Tho whole cost of tlio great Forth bridgo is estimated nt $10,000,000. It has been calculated Hint the chief struts of tlio bridge would stand n. thrust of moro than 48,000 tons beforo showing signs of giving wny. "Peat"' candles arc not made of peat, but of tlio iiarafllno that is distilled from peat in Brazil, where it is moro plentiful oven than in Ireland. According to Tlio Comercio des Amnzonas.n valuable lubricating oil is being extracted from tho r, nays, running In different directions and well other In about tho center of tho county such roads to form a part o( n completo general system, those, in each county to connect with tboso of adjoining counties, and to bo known everywhere- as stato roads, constructed, cared for and maintained at tho expenso of tlio stato nt ers 12 cts. Urge, under tho direction and supervision of tho state engineer and surveyor or other competent Large size Stone China Pitcher authority to bo designated. This system, when once completed, would cnahla n person to start 39 cts. worth 56 cts. from New York city, Albany or any other point, Two-quart gold band pitchers on foot or In carriage, and visit every county In tho stato without onco leaving tho dtato roads, only 5 cents. thus insuring comfort, convenience, pleasure and Half-doze- n Glass Fruit Saucers speed. Theso roads should bo macadamized or constructed of crushed stone- or other suitablo f jr iS cents. material, with proper culvert, good bridges, adequate drainage, watering troughs and sign boards, Glass Pickle Dishes 5 cenls. so as to compare favorably with the best country Glass Molasses Stands 20, 30 anp roads tn other countries; and existing highways could bo utilized for this purpose so far as feasible. 40 cents, very cheap. Theso state roads would not only provo of great convcnlcnco and vast advantage to tho whole ' Glass Preserve Stands 15,' 25 and community, but they would serva as "object lesto tho local authorities, tho effect of, which sons" 30 cents, a bargain. would necessarily tend to Improvo tho ordinary Wall Paper and Border to cover town highways nnd prove of Inestimable) benefit. It is not bcllovcd that the people of tlio cities of a imulium sized room, only $1.00. tho stato would object to this Improvement, but Gent's Linen Collars'only 10 cts. that, on tlio contrary, they would lml! It with Linen Culls per pair 15 cts. pleasure, as during tbo summer months they flock to tbo country In largo numbers nnd nro deeply Decorated Parlor Lamps for $2 00 interested In nil that concerns tho ynnterlal progtbo rural worth $3.00. ress, development and prosperity districts. Turkish prunes only 5 cents a In the earl history of tbo stato it was the cuspound. tom to construct Important public highways at general expense. Tho session laws from 1612 to 3 Pottnds dried peas for 10 cts. 1831 contain many acta making liberal appropria16 Pounds New Orleans sugar tions for such purposes; but after the building of for $1.00. our canals and railroads tho practices was disconinter-cectlo- g c-- cents. Set Glass Tumblers for 15 cts. Gold band Cream Pitchers only 20 cents. Plain Stone China Cream Pitch30, 35 1 taining the tickets the other from the box containing the prizes. A ticket will be drawn out and at the same time a prize If the prize drawn out is the Wagon, the H Watch, the Suit of Furniture, or any one of the prizes, it will go to the person holding the number of the first ticket drawn out and so on until all the tickets are drawn out. HS LIST OF PRIZES , e Vl-- v turf. At Bruenn, Austria, burglars bnvo circumvented tho uso of iron shutters for storo windows by cutting a bole in the glass through tho Ilttlo round boio left in tlio shutter for ventilation, nnd then fishing for the vnlitnbles inside with n book and line. The Palazzo Hezzonico, ono of tlio most imposing palaces on the Grand canal nnd tho scene of Browning's death, was built partly in tlio Seventeenth and partly In Tho great tlio Eighteenth centuries. stairways nro among tho finest in Venice, and all tho rooms nnd lmlls nro of grand proportions. In tho poofs lofty chamber is tho painting by his son of un caglo struggling with n serpent, illustrative-on passage In Shelley's "Itovolt of Islam." To etch brass for eigns, paint tho bign with nsphalt arnisli, leaving tho parts lo bo etched uupnlntcd, raiso n border around tho outside, made of soft beeswax or nsphnlt, to bold tho acid. Use nitrla ncid diluted with five times tho quantity of water. Pour tho tllluto ncid on the sign about of un inch deep. When the letters nro cut deep enough, which must bo found by trial, tho ncid may bo poured oft nnd tho pinto cleaned by heating and wiping, and llnal-J- y with turpentine. f . pro-pari- The following is a partial list of the prizes. Others will be addetl as we make arrangements for them. ,m . Farm Wagon, spring scat and brake. One Two-horsOne Suit of Furniture, three pieces, antique oak, very handsome , " One Gold Watch for either lady or gentleman. n.', Q.;.irr ATnoliinn rnmnlcte. with all the attachments. ' One Hundred Fruit Trees. . (. r,-,, One Suit Clothes. One hundred Horse Books. ' "' .' M " Fifty cakes super triplersccntcd Toilet Soap.' tinued. Try our hams, the iincst in the Our frco canals nro maintained at nn expense market. One Lady's Saddle. of over a million dollars annually, and the stato at various periods In IU bUtorybas financially A splendid mixed tea for 50 cts. ' " '" Pi Borne One Man's Saddle, aided tho construction of certain railroads. havo been beard to complain, a pound. interior counties BitrccKUNitmoH News, Ono Plow. The possibly not without somo reason, that thoso improvements have not materially benefited their nnd a latest edition, Weekly Courier-Journa- l One Webster's Unabridged-Dictionary- , particular localities, but tho plan here outlined would to somo extent lighten- tho burdens to ticket m our Grand Gift Distribu;! One Handsome Steel Engraving. which they nro now subjected, or nt least tend to tion, for $2.00. J cquallzo them. Business College. Two Tuition Certificates in Evansville WPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE, wflh , Another mensuro originating in New varied AndtxctlUnt conttnti, it a library York is a bill sent to congress by tho One Scholarship in Commercial College, Lexington, ,Ky in ilulf. editor of Tlio Rhinebcck Gazette. This It was indeed a happy thought to print an n.,.. t fw11 Wndiincr Mnchine. is a national affair and provides for tho entire novel in each number. improvement of country roads in tlio A'ot a short novelette, hit i long Uory such The list is not near, completed. "Many other valuable and useful arat you are used to get in boot form and fay United Stalc3, nt a cost of $100,000,000. ticles will be added from time to time as they come in. from one dollir to one dollar and a halffor. Tho Lcaguo of Wheelmen nnnounco llicir Not only that, but with each number you get intention of working up national legisThe drawing will come oflfsome time in December or January jiqxt ; an abundance of other contributions, which gives lation after securing appropriate action you a good m igatine betides the novel, we have not settled upon the exact date. on tho part of tho states. The ringing blows which have been ttruch on the gatewiy of popular favor, have resounded In CoiiNiimptlou Incurable I It will be conducted in a public hall (Fisher's) in this , city and open throughout the entire land, and the following; Mr, C, II. Morris Rnl Magatine ttandt in the front ran of to everybody to sec that it is carried on fairly and impartially. Newark, Ark., soys; "Was down with Abmonthly publication!, and Is the most It will be one of the biggest things that ever happened in this town publication ofittkindin the scess of Limes, and friends and physiciworld. J'prfull deiCriptive circular!, addieft The people of Brcckcnridge and Meade counties will all be interested ans pronounced mo an Incurablo Conl.llPISCQTrSMAC,AZINR,rhlladelphli and we expect a thousand or more of them to be here upon that occasumptive. Began taking Dr. King's Now J j 00 per year. 35 cts. single number. Discovery for Consumption, nm now on 'fhe publisher oflhlt paper will receive your sion. If they are not interested now, they will be before the lime comes. my third bottlo, nnd able to oversee tbo tubtcriptlon. q We want ";.ooo subscribers before the year is out, and must have them. work on my farm, It Is the finost ever made." Now is. your time to subscribe. Only $1.00 a year; and a ticket hi. our Jesse- Middlowarl, Decatur, Ohio, siys; Parties living nt a distance should enclose a 'Had it not been for Ur. Kings New DisGnrnd covery for Consumption I would hare died 's stamp for return of ticket. s. uf Lung Troubles. Wns given up by . -- i,s ..'' 1 '"' .- - ..'.- X - l Lippin-colt- 's modi-oln- - doc-or- Try if. Am now In beat of health. W, Short's, Sample, bottles free at Ky., and J. A. Witt's, HnrditH-bur- g, Ky. (. Attorney at law, It rt, r.- - JOHN. D. BABBAGE. EDITOR and PUBLISH ER. - 1 Court House OFFICE, Hardinsburg, Ky.' V "CTir Q, ",. -.