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When Leonard Leonard Death's Fortune. as sho threw them her usually jolly saw how palo was littlo faco, and how sho held back tho tears, CHICKEN Yi ho broko into uneasy accusations against himself. B; REBE00A HAEDIHQ DAVIS. "I'm n brute," ho cried. "But it galls Cholera Cure ! "I'm auro r don't carofor myself," kiIJ mo to seo you degraded. Uotno here, Winny. "I don't know now ua Leonard child. Think how your beauty is wasted would llko to marry a genius. But this drudging in Mils back ulley." is what I think of Joo" putting her fat "Didn't it mako you lovo me, Leonhand on his shoulders. "It'll bo very ard?" looking up sidoways. pleasant for me, when lio's hammering "Yes. But I am wasted," with a in tho shop yonder, to havo my paddio outbreak. "There is no reason in tho cellar here, and help keep the why I should not stand as high as any wolf from tho door with it. Of course, Heath that went beforo me. I am a if I'ro got tho gonitis, so much tho hot- gentleman by right of blood and body ter" her dimpling faco growing pink. and soul. Look nt tho placo thoy had "But eren as it is, tho plasters pay thrco in tho world. I am trampled under foot. For what? For want of monoy money t" times as mucli as slop work." Then Winny throw down her plaster "Ah, now you talk to tho point!" cried Mrs. Joe. "When you'vo been married rubbish and went to him. Shu had n as long as I havo, you'll learn to count sudden perception of tho immiuenco of tho pennies. Genius is good in its way, tho danger. Tho old Leonard was going but it's poor stulT to mako tho pot boil, from her, from them nil, for ever. Sho Thousands of dollars worth of or to put turnips in it I" put up her hands on his shoulders. chickens die every year from Chol"It's you for hard sense, Bess!" Joo Tjiis was no vagary of a moment that era. It is more fatal to chickens than nodded significantly to tho others. There could 60 alter this wholo outward man. all other diseases combined. But the was a moment's respectful silence, for by Sho had no timo to sob or cry out. Sho discovery of a remedy that positively dint of tho daily firing of 6uch hard, tried to think of what striMgest words bullcty maxims among them, Mrs. Joe to say: "You havo yout trade. No cures it hasbeen made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a had begun to bo a power in tho family, Heath of them nil had your Intellect." trial. A bottle is enough for and was regarded aa holding tho tight His eyes glistened at that. "Thcro is teln of common senso over tho Heath no reason why you should not bo reone hundred chickens. It is guaraffairs in general, though Micro was spected. And then you havo me," s anteed. If, after using of really as much firmness in tho fair, dropping her head so that ho could hold a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly pudgy littlo woman as in a liowlful of it to his breast, a3 ho would do if lovo satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken was all in all to him, as it was to tho sweet jelly. Cholera, return it to the undersigned "Ilero's Lenl" cried Joe, as a quick un- littlo woman. and your money will be refunded. But Jio did not. "Oh, I'vo no doubt certain step rattled on tho board walk without. "Let's bo off, Bess. Wo won't,! I havo nil tho materials of a good life, For salo by G. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky. spoil Winny's plans ' hurrying her to if I had monoy. But without it is liko tho door, whilo sho ami Winny pecked that lamp without a light in it." stop xotm coven Winny lifted her head quickly. "So kisses at cacli other, and chatted about Bess's baby's cvlio to tho last breath, tho light is not in it without monoy?" But after tho manner of women. "Ilillo, sho said slowly. "I thought" Lenl" giving him a pound on tho back what sho thought sho novcr told. Winny had no gift of tragio expression. as ho passed them in tho narrow path. "Been maundering about that musty old Sho had said her littlo word of remonhouse till now, thinking of tho glory of strance, and was dono with outcry now tho Heaths, eh? Bo early at tho shop in and for ever. Sho went directly to her work, colder and paler than sho had tho morning, mind." "Joe?" after they had gono on a rod or ever been seen before. two. "Will you havo your supper now?" "Yes." sho said gently, after a whilo rapping at Itiros iOngns, iwitis. jiuursuuebsj "Uood-by,- " holding out his hand. Cronp, 'Whooping? Congli, Bronchitis, tho window for Undo Ben, who camo "Good-by- . Incipient Consnniptlon, nnilTrlllrc-llov- o Why, what aib you? in with a vehement glow of cheerfulness, consumptive patients In Your hand's as dry and hot as punk. told ono or two roaring campaign stories stages ; will euro when enra-nolNot a touch of your chills back, hoy?" and forgot to laugh at them himself, nnd rolloro In tlio worst cases. dragging him to tho light, anxiously. praised tho supper, whilo his dim eyes Soo that C. C. C. Is Mown In OTory bot-tl- o "Nothing ails me," pcovishly. "Good-bwandered piteously from ono unanswer-in- g nndtako no other. 25c. You'vo been good and Elizaboth. young faco to tho other. Tho sup& CO., J. C. MENDENHAMi kind to mo sinco you wero Joo's wlfo. I'll per wns over. Winny, liko most strong BOLE PROPIUETOU3, IXDIAWA. not forget it. Your bread shall return nerved women, usually worked off inEVANSVir.Ir, SOLD BY DBUOQISTS GENERALLY. to you from tho waters. Tho Heaths ward fever by hot action of her body. In a few minutes the room was clean, Remove Corns, Warts & Bunions with wero novcr ungrateful." "I'm suro of that, Lenny. But I don't tho hearth swept, and an armchair, tho CURE. CERTAIN CORN want my bread back." leather worn and shiny with old ago, a, 2Q Ho stood still, pressing both their pulled up in front of tho fire. Sho stood SOLD AND WA11RANTED BYJ hands. "I wi.di I feel terribly alone," besido it and glanced at Leonard. But ho said. "No matter. Tho old knights ho loitered apart by tho open door. went out alone, and camo back victors." Tho sergeant got up, turned his back "You'd belter go in and eat Winny's to the Are, took off his rusty wig, and muffins," said Joe, shortly. poising it on his fist, brushed it caro-full- y "Good-nigh- t, Joo. Sonio day you will a ceremony which always with better understand me." tho old fellow ushered in an important "Poor Winny What with tho aguo act. "I want to say a word to you, litand laziness, Lcn's tempera is growin' tlo gal." solemnly, "and to you, Leonmoro than flesh and Mood can stand," ard. It's about this day week your day." walked on. OFFICE, Hardinsburg, Ky. said Mrs. Joe, as they just Co Ulni, Bess weddin'woman's faco glowed with fiery Tho "You're generally Court House Ho'o a rt.il genius, Leonard is; ho can't blushes, but Leonard was silent. Sho bo judged by our rules. And Micro's a raised her eyes at that and looked at ui;h r niL"-- -. S.rt.lNoll.l tort of sir.il about that house, there's no him stoadily. tlultl Wiled Tho I1VU.UU. Ittll .55 mmmrjfVl8i& Worth In tti.W11rr.11lrdl1t.TX1 denyiu' it. If the shop turns out well, clearingscrgcaut pulled her toward him, world Perfect watrti his throat and beginning with mioyi2YP2imz tliu.fctpr nantin. c.iri we'll movo into town ourselves in a few .olio from "Wo vo been years, and go livo near it. Wo Heaths renowed cheerfulness: Both l.dlc'.nd rent . lisf!, with work, .nde.t.. or partners a good many years, Winny r.iue uke nmoxm muilocalitr can ..cur. on. hov a right to that much." irh leadyou kneo, which Tho with our WMgzmsA. rfrre, torttb.rMin11lM.11 Urge ing Lcn into tho swamp, had was much sinco think was up to my it'll bo about to nd viluabl liuvof Mils day week timo but I so in m mi i..tli.. TbeM lloilachttl.1 wtll mm ""iriAHTli part company." ..IK. w.teh. .1. frCC. AM til. Work JOfc delusive- glitter, even in tho solid blackar ..! do It to ihow wht w. und loll to IIiom who rtiolll smith's eyes. Sho did not answer him by word or fri.od. .nd ii.lr.hbor. .nd IboM Gout In Tilubl.tr.dfiru.,whl.ll hold, for jrt.rtwlwnorK. .Urud, "It's nothing but tho cguo workin' look. Her eyes nover left tho man's and Itmi w. .r. rtrakl. W. rwjr .11 MprtM, fttl(M, tt. Afler yon know all. If rou would Ilk. to r 10 "' f rV with him, I doubt," said Bess, going faco, which stood out in relief against ddmt, iarafrom ltiO to JUO ptr wt.k and upward!, tho dark background of tho night witht'o., JIukHIS. I'ortluuil, Maine. back to Lcn. Utln.un Leonard was insido of tho kitchen by out, as though sho read in it words this time; tho grand tableau had been which mado her deaf to all others. presented: tho Flora and Bacchus, and "H'b borne in on mo today, Winny, tho virgins with tho mellowing scorch, that I ought to go," in a voico which ho E & HEHDE and tho tallow candles burning away at mado unnaturally jovial. "A man and cither end. Undo Ben had been hurry- his new wifo is best alono; a third party ing out, hearing him coming, but Winny is liko water spilled on a hot, fresh j'incd had stopped him. "I'll bo in tho way, pair of shears it spiles tho temper of littlo gal." 'cm over after. Besides, you and Leon"You worked as hard as I. You must ard is goin' to hov a hard fight for it. seo his very first look." So tho old fellow My bit of a ponsion'd bo littlo holp." gathered himself into a comer with a Without looking at him sho pulled his chuckle of enjoyment. wrinkled yellow hand under her arm Sho forgot to speak to Lcn stood and held it tight on her breast. "Your breathless, watching his face, her palms pension kopt mo from tho almshouse, Undo Ben. No husband can ever come Passenger Mail and Express Boats. pressed hard together. Now Len, coming from tho city in tho between mo and you." train and plodding along tho board walk "It was only tho want of monoy I outside, had built and furnished tho thought of" For all way landing., between Loatavtlle&nd Sho know then that ho Ilondenon, the elegant and fleet iteameri solidcst of all his castles in tho air. It had overheard somo of Leonard's wns for Winny. There wero onyx stones word 8. JAMES QUTIiniE. and gopher wood in it, for aught I "Are you going to mcasuro out lifo by TELli OITV, CITY of OWUNSDOnO. know. Tlicro wero delicate perfumes; dollars?" sho cried. "Is money above One of the above fine il dewheel iteameri cat tho air moved in music, tho sunshine lovo with you nil?" Tho old man was up and devrn dally. Splendid accommodation! camo to it stained with gold and royal silent, knowing tho words wero meant for .took. But Loonard did not purple. In a littlo while this would ho for Leonard. and 178 Fourth street, General office speak. Sho was unjust and bjtter, ho their home. Louisville, Ky. W. W. IIITK, Frest. Here, thcro was a smell of rausages; thought, liko all women. What if he D. L. Psnxy, Supt. tho candles sputtered; tho dresser was deferred his marriago for this chanco of g plaster fig- a fortune? It would bo but for a month crammed with ures, such as that greay Soppy peddled or a year. Or if, to bo plain about it, ho (Sl Texas R. R. Co. about tho roads. Louisville, St, Louis did, as sho choso to put it, rate monoy Len drew a long breath. "What is higher than love? Ho was a practical this trumpery?" ho said, in a savngo man; ho know how ho had been worstzrsro. "Throw a cloth over them, for ed nnd trampled on always for want of growl. God's sake, Winny, and open tho win- monoy; ho had his chanco now. Was dow. It is tcrriblo for human beings ho to give it up for a woman's kiss? 'A'ulcliifr Cffect to bo forced to cook and I lvo in tho Joo, and Winny, too, no doubt, would At 5:00 o'clck A. M.t Sunday, Feb. 23j 1890. sauio room." Then ho remembered to call it n damnable thing to rob hundreds of poor men of their homes on tho draw her to his sldo nnd kiss her. llVil Bound Traim Eait Hound Train. Ho Winny's temper, which, when sho was strength of n musty parchment. MULAND Milt AND a baby, used to bo strong enough to shake was a practical man. Ho saw things in STATIONS. lixrwcss, Kxrnc.3. every atom of her littlo body, choked in n business light. It was for their sako 8.00am Lr...UnlunDepot,Louliv'e..Ar. 1.20m her throat now nnd burned fiery red in ho did it not his own. 8,1 Kentucky Stroet 1.05., Ben wns stroking her hair: "I knowed lier cheeks. But sho loved this fellow Almi Home onough to bear blows from him, and kiss you'd wish me to stay, Wiuny. But" I'leaiuro Illdge Park Ho looked nt Heath, who hesitated a Valley htm after them. "You don't understand, ' ' ..Meadow Lawn Leonard, I mado them. It is n surprise moment and then camo forward, lean-- Hlver Vfeir for you. Soppy will sell thorn for mo. ing his hand on a chair back: "Sergeant 12.25 .. 0.00 Weit Point Only think how much wo can mako for Porter, you'll nover leavo your niece by Hock Haven U.32 12.02 V.41 Long llranch U,52x you in a ycarl You in tho shop nnd I in my will. I do not forget what sho owes V.62 Urandonburg 11.40 ,. you. Somo day I hoiio to repay her tho cellar." 11.31 .. , 10.02 Ekron "Don't talk to mo of the shop. You great obligations In .a way that that ,..,.11.20 .. Ouiton 10.13 m drivo mo mad, Winifred. You know how may surprlso you, sir." Tlicro wns a 10.23 Irvlngton 11.00 boyish choko in his voico ut tho word. I always loathed" 10'.32 Webiter 10.50 "I'd bo sorry if you paid mo in any 10.47 10.47 .. Udlburg.v "Work, dear?" when ho could not And Plorco 10.37 10.67 way Leonard," tho sergeant said, gently. a word. 10.30 . 11.03 Sample "No. Sit down. You nt least must IIo loosed his hand and slipped quietly 10.10 .. 11 13 m Stopben.port understand mo." Undo Bon, who had to his own room. IIo felt ho had no 10.10 .. Holt 11.22 been edging his way, crutch and all, to right to bo Micro with theso young pco-pl0.51 11.38 OInverport who stood looking nt each other, 9.3) .. 11.60 iu Sklllmna tho door, noiseless as a cat, stopped, hold12.08.ji 9.2J Uawosvlllo ing it open, to wink and telegraph en- holding their lives in their hands. Ho 12.23 Falcon is:.... 9.C9 Leonard's had tho feeling of an intrudor who had 12.31,. ......8.5(1,. couragingly to her behind Lovrliport jostled into a room whero somo ono n back. "It's tantrums, nothin' but tan8.38 .. Powers 12.52 8.2? trums," opening and ehutting his wido stranger lay dying. 1.05 Patei Tho firelight flashed pleasantly a' ut Lvo 8 11am 1.15 'Jweniloro mouth without a sound. "Wo men hov Arr 7.46 .. Stanley , 1.39 all got 'cm at times. Don't you mind, tho homely littlo kitchen and about tho 7.34 .. 1.41 Wortblngtou deary;" and disappeared, to stump up girl; it seemed to show Leonard his 7.11 2.07 Spottsville nnd down tho boards shaking his head I ion est placo among men work and 7,05 .. llaiketts 2,l gloomily. Winny did not sit down. Sho love. It was a real lifo bo far as it went. Lvo 6,60au l.SOfuArr Hendenon began to gather her .poor little figures It drew him with a strange strength frpin to yLmfw 50-cen- ts two-third- with LI0& IHH&lM o, Price y, Ota. B9TTI1B. YooBAIBIBA(&IE9 Attorney at Law, rp nfc-v- 1 lri"n5 FREE. wmmmm esamMx. t tho mildowcd house. Tho liouso behind TiffuVa lovn wero dreary and chilly, which was what? oven over n bot tlo of double XX nnd the Under nil his fnutnstla ambitious, Len savorlest of fried oysters. Ben lugged Heath was naturally a kind hearted, in his talk, and presently stooped for Ills nlfectionato fellow; besides, his imaginstick, leaving his supper to grow cold, ation was at work; tho tenants of tho and bade thu coiporal good night. 1 AmV$ "32 feSBHB Mm "HHifci Liverpool property wero already real Winny would ho waiting for him, he to him sturdy mill men, palo sowing Jcnow. women, littlo children from whom ho They had been living for only a week wns going to lilcli their ono chanco In la town, and (his wns the sergeant's llrst world; ho could hear tho very wordv pnslaught into thu dissipation of city tho with which they would curso him whou life. Ho stumped along the narrow ho brought out tho musty parchment streets iu tho suburb into tho d Camtoria U Dr. Satn'l Fltolior'a oldhnrmlosa and rinlclc that left them beggared and homeless. road leading to tho low, red for ft r But behind tho musty parchment, Infanta nnd Children ComlnJMta. Superior to Castor Q11, brick house, witli its half dozen poiclies, him, wns money. Prtrcgorio or Nnrootlo Syrup. Children cry for Caotorla. Milwhoso windows wero sending n cheerful " Winny fancied she saw i flicker of hh glimmer from the top of tho hill. That lion of Mothers IiIohw Cantorla. old boyish, frank smile; her own faco was Joe's houic. Just a week ago ho Castorin cures Colic, Constipation ; glowed In nu instant under it: "Hero Is and Bessy had carried out their old I recommend Cantoria for children' Sour Stomach, Ulnrrlura, Kructallon ; complalnta.nsBum'iiortoatiy prescription your place, Leonard" timidly turning scheme, and had moved into tho outOItm healthy idoep ; also olds digestion j known to inn." II. A Aiiciimi, M. D.. tho comfortable chair about a little. Without uurcotlo atuiivfuctlon. Ill So. Oxford St., Hrooklyn, K.Y. skirts of Philadelphia, buying Mils farm-hous- o How sweet and sulllcing sho looked Trm CTAcn Compa.t, Tt Murray St., New York. nnd its two or three acres round in her pretty liousowifo's dress, the hair about. Not a stone's tluow off, iu the pushed back from her decided littlo orchard, tlioro was tho stono cottago facet Her big dark eyes, soft, unreainto which Winny nnd Uncle Hon had soning, protesting against pain as a snuggled down with their old furniture deer's, followed him as ho moved unand big Arcs and plaster busts and easily about. They haunted Leonard simple, hearty, old fashioned ways that Heath for years. made a homo out of the place iu a day. "Winny," ho said, noiding them It wns a matter of that guiltily, "I am going to leavo you for a should como witli Joo courhoBessy, thoy and who week, or a month perhaps not longer." had drawn them closer to them by deSho said nothing. How could sho grees, for years trying to fill gap struggle ngainst this unknown power in tho girl's lifo with their up thohomo own which wn3 drawing him away? But sho affairs, their children, their watchful knew by instinct that it was taking him lovo of her. Tho llrst plan was that the away from her, and that for over. scrgcaut and Winny should share the "I am going to Und a certain thing. Iioubo with tliom, but Winny It is for your benefit yours and Joo's. "Wo must havo room for ourrebelled. plaster You are not hurt at me? You say nothwork, Uncle Un nnd I," sho said; "and ing" sharply. "It is not for myself. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS. room for our sober, humdrum ways. God knows I am not selfish." It would not be best for us to live witli "No, you aro not selfish, Leonard. you, Bessy." VUiITISCOlNCCN Ottr nftlin CpTlP"P" roM HNTarn But you do not find enough here?" ItKHT'lVI So, with her savings (for tlio paddio I Wyy" i erojH' Id.iiOur Ui flitirtif th MOI had kept tho wolf clear out of sight), sho ill onqtta J tttd to Intrt dure o r bought this cottage a joint block coni uitrtM v tlHill tnlriil tu i ritox In lor1if cern witli iter and Ben. Ho had been Un t tb ie nlio nrit t TCVl. 1 f I H mZL Mt ui it n in mike tut t tin," at work for weeks, patching fences, W (ha limit- All y u li tttdoli rvlurn l I ibow onr &o4 la painting ovcry bit of wood susceptiblo EYE lhoe wh all Tour nrlpThlrt n4 thote round ou Th br of paint, to tho very cowshed. Today rinnlnjr. f I tit ftdffrlfVmrnt "'MORE howi ih mall M of tht tho last triumphant nail had been driven. Tho foUoTTinf cat th appfarauca ofltrcdticvtltii icop Vry u . c. Winny had put down her green rag carpet and tacked her last curtain, nnd Joo g nnd Bessy weie coining over for a lunmnj ibi,,ii,i.i, bouith.nm.ihixitoritibutk to iirrr W wlllMltotbuwrou howy u BB tea. !. n.ltrf. 7 oil iik frum Ull lo S 1 O il.j t..IMII rrumll.rll.rl.vrlll, r ,h7 Oil, PIlHril I, Ben stumped along tho boaid walk, IHII.r.ril r.',T. .,.i AJJr,.,,ll MALI I lUtu.bi MHO, I'vltLAHii Headquarters for whistling cheerily, his old heart beating timo under his thin libs. IIo had gone to town for kouiu popper pot, as a deli-cat- o surpriso to add to tlio cnteitain-men- t, TEA POTS. -when ho fell in witli Tifllin, nnd "'""'ti Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, MichSaves 25 to 50 !5 of Tea. was beguiled into tlio ghostly story of igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil Leonard Heath. He jogged on faster to YOU DO NOT LIFT THC TOT put it out of his mind. It was moro by tlio Barrel, Plaster Hair, POURS by loitering lid ghastly than death to remember. Thcro The part handled Is COLD. al& wctc times when ho fancied it was ways present to Winny, though, even to nt i.i.i, "I'll Uttp (t for you" jjuMiiip her hand on him, for years sho had not mentioned Brick, Plow Handles, Pino Floorinc Paine, Dlchl 11 the chair. kept on hand Leonaid's name. Orders & Co,, "No. There! wo will not talk of it. by cash promptTO m: CONTINl'ED J PIlnla, I'.. You never; understood all tho requirely lilted. ments of my naturo noun of you. You All the elomenls which naturo requires, never will.'" Ho took up his cap and to make the hair beautiful and nbundnnt, shifted it irresolutely in his hand. "Will you bo gono long, Leonard?"' are eupplied in Aver's Hair Vigor. This "No. If I do not succeed in my preparation keeps the linir free from dansearch in a month, I will como back to druff, prevontB the hair from becoming you. You'll keep my placo Micro ready dry and liursb, and makes it llexiblo and for iiii'V" with a smite. aa, Her faco biiglitened: "I'll keep it for glossy. ij.aa i . i ri r :- ou' putting her hand en the chair. There is no humbug about our premiums "Aro you going now?" "Yes, now." IIo took a step nearer. They ull i?o without money and without But ho knew if he kissed the warm, price to our paid up subscribers. sweet breathed mouth, or touched her, IIo stood he noter would leavo her. motionless u moment, and then, with a v-fcf- c sudden gesture of farewell, went out Into the night. What is N W 4fP9 d$& IT iiufic-quente- 2o w l 0UERBACKER, GILM0RE & 00.. Wholesale 31 tte rocen St., 321 I TXT. IMIairi. LOUISVILLE, KY. aKlP hBB-jQm U 71 it lb-i- t i Salvation oil tl omi house-warmin- OfoY&G! ..! .r iil-r- Reapers and Mowers, G - $' & Pine Poplar Shingles ' 0f '1 tut? 2X P III. nil-ro- Packet Line. dirty-lookin- TIME SCHEDULE, 11. o, "And that's Joseph, eh? But (here was another Heath, sergeant a younger lad, if I'm not mistaken?" Undo Ben glanced warily about tho littlo eating house, hauled up his wooden leg and bent over his glass of nloto reach tho corporal's ear. Tho room wns vacant but for themselves, nnd Tifllin was a trusty fellow; they had been comradesat Palo Alto and Vera Cruz; still, it wns ns well to bo cautious. IIo keyed his whisper to tho lowebt pitch. n Tifllin sat upright again witli n "Whewl Now I'vo hcerd of cases liko that," ho rejoined, solemnly nodding. "But I can't say ns ono ever como before Into my actual experience. I'vo hcerd beforo of men disappearin' off tho face of tho earth in broad daylight, with their friends about them. Death put out his hand nnd took 'cm onsccn, I reckon. That's moro awful to me than to seo them going the usual road first corpses and then crumblin' bones. And there's been no word of him sence?" "No, none: and that is fivo year ago five year lliiis October sinco ho went out of the door, as it might bo there, saying, 'I'm going to bring something to you to you nnd Joe.' Leonard 'ud hov brought It if he'd been alive. Ho'd hov Bent tidin's, if it was his last breath, to ono of them as waited for him. I lied faith in tho boy," shaking his head. "Tho police, now I reckon you tried them? People alius do;" witli a nod ns ono who know human weakness and could pardon it. "Of course. Wouldn't you havo recommended it Tifllin?" "They found no traces, I'll ventur'?" "No. They Barchod ull likely and places. And Joo for more nor a year ho let his business go by tho board. I did what I could, but it wns of nouso." "Thor was one, you said, ho would havo rent tidln's to?" "Sho's ther. Sho's waitln' for him yet to keep his promise, I'd rather not talk about her." Ben was silent for a moment, and then resumed in nn altered tono: "Ther wns ono clow. Thcio was an oldish, wizened lookin' man, Mint Leonard had been seen witli in tho city a day or two beforo; sarch was mado for him, but ho never was seen afterward. Ther wns them ns said ho hrd mado way witli tho Iwy." "I hevn't a doubt of it. I hov my own opinion about theso ouaccountnblo disappearances" draining his glass with a mysterious nod. "When ther'a common robbery it comes out, an' when titer's common murder it comes out. But when old Death puts ou human uhapo an' goes about lay In' on his hand, now here, now Micro, thorn ho touches vanishes iu daylight, nn' Micr's nothin' heard of them again. You hcerd of tliut strange man that wns seen gohi' from town to town in '33, and tho cholery follored hint llko a bloodhound its master." "Thon you, "No," with a shiver. long-drawly .Y INI, NiNapn lFO-- GO., IND. . x't v & 7EVAjisVILLE.lND. S I -n m IK - ." i v Price, $18.00 at Factory. Cash with Order No. First-Clas- 71 Strictly Warranted All Second Growth Hickory Steel Axles and TlriM. mSmQnK F rMp?MM 1 wrAl V ii"" WRITgJffB 1 I.W Dent rl;l 5LaCTlH1l'jTi71 Seat Arms. IVrfetlly Ilalaticed Ixinir, liisy Klcllnc, Oil Tempered Bnrlng i llcht Wheels and JWM All Over. IF YOU OAN'T FIKD THBM FOR SALE BY YOUR MERCHAMT8. H. W. HERND0N & CO., FINE SHOW GASES. y .AGENTS WANTrfRDE?R E r r 43Ail for catalogue TERRY MT'G CO., Nashville, Tenn. Produce & General Coiml'n tsr. WAB STOBY SURRY or mmmmmWtmUkm'mm nivdiEEsona.nsrars-No- . 144 Third St., Louisville, Ky no almos unless TTmYm&T Tnlin lloiiBliis' 1.. nnine and JLlSJLa tirk'o lira stninpril on tho bottom. Ii tlio driller raniiot aupuly you, end direct to factory, ciicloalliK udvortlecd fl A Eagle's Nest JchnEslen Cooke. Thl. thrilling lilatorlo UMU yi.vv jSfi. A. BBS El nsriETw tmmW mVCVH UTH AT'HSk T vrliloli hti ltn out of print, and ror which utory, intra Lis lcen inch a great demand U nowlaaned aa a BUnKMUITlON BOOK with wl A L L 1 FOR THE BBBB think" the thrilling aeenei herein recounted ot the deeds of vaior of the Confederate Soldier, yet the lntereit, J thoio uho fought with Aihbjr, Btnart. Jolimton, Ueiuregard, Jackion and Lee, Id tho eauao for which they ao dceperately and urarely battled, will never grow lees. Thle thrilling itory loturea not alone Joy and aorrow. and a love eweetly tola, but la filled with hlilorlo inctdenta of the sreat conteit between the South and the North. Here la a book for the old to tt call to htm tho vivid aeenei of thagreateatClvtnVar ever known, to callback abouncanrnalgna, and tell him of the mighty ChUrtahn, dear to tho memory of everyone who wore the Oray, "Surry of Eaglo'aXcat " will And a welcome in every Southern home. That It mar be within the reaoh of every ouo. It U imbltthed at the low V. though a;jntaE,tlAnoiu)UK volomk, iuutmruu.Y ULumutKo and KLxaiirrur soumd. 80LD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION. Aa tho demand for thl old vivositt noor tcMcli kai bttn out of print to tang, Will bo large, and application! for agencies very iiutneroui, all whodeairo to act aa Ageuta ahonld write for terme and qulokly soours oholoeof torritoiy. mora popular book throughout theSoutheraSlatee than "Sonar Many have ptitedaloce orEioLK'aNuT." ji- tnany mignlfl. cent Uluatra. tlona. There hat never been a W& iilePlS7M& BSgSgltSI W. L. DOUGLAS Tnlf, moor AVutnrproor. $3 SHOE CENTLEMEN. Utnvy Ijiccd Oraln und Crl. Flno .. , , , PAPERS JUST RECEIVED AT ! Jll H1IOKH. '4 WOUICINfiMi:N'H lid la.OCI and t.7fl HOYH' hOMOOI. HHOKB. All mado In Congtin, Ilutton and J.ace. 11.00 IKNlVlNKIIANlVCWKIKnOB. t:i.M l'OI.IUl? AN1 IWiMKlJH' HIIOE. HAl.l' HIIOH. !).oO SPRING TRADE! If $2 SHOES $3 &81.70 HIIOI5 FOIl MISSES.lafdiS. W. Itoat Matrlnl, JL. ISost Blyln. licet Fit I Inf. Douulna, llrocktoii, Mnii. Bom by wjtlu'oung Heath was a "now do you know that tho man seen man?'1 G. W. DILLINGHAM, Publisher', 33 Woot 23d St., Now York. Bowmer & Hambleton, BABBAGE'-&r' CLOVElirotY o J X Breckenridge News. i HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. WEDNESDAY, MAiiCU 10. 1890. V. Cl.tlAIIItAOr. TIME TABLE No. I. UY( Hound DA1I.V KXCKPT Ililllor A'ihj l.iuml JNO.JD.BABBAQE I St. I.. A: T. I.ocul Time (,'nrd. Wet 9.51 11.38 5.41 fl 50 11.23 - 9.59 Mail and Express going East " " West Express " Eaat ' Mixed T-? ' East West a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. n.in. a.m. IIAII.V XCKfT STATIONS.' SUNDAY. 11.30 a.m.Lv Irvlngton Ar. 9.00 a.ji 8.55 " Irvlngton Junction 11.35" SUNDAY. 12.40 r.M 1.05 " Oarfield.. 1.30r.v.Ar Harned Hardlnsburg 8.00 7.30 Lv. 7.09 a.m Short And to the Point. We will not detain Von but a ininufc this week a week this minute. "We rNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION 1 OVEn A MILLION DISTRIBUTED. V rH H , Louisiana State Lottery Company. TO OUIl COltlir.SPONDUNTS. Quarterly court next Monday. Gel the news and get all the news and Go to J. A Witt's for bargains. Irom Dana's itiothing but the- - news. J. A. Witt Is selling goods at Wheeler Celebrated Maxims in Journalism price.;. When you come to Hardinsburg, stop at DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 4 the lluckeby House. .3L For County Judge, Thos. Adkisson. Mr. F. M. C. Jolly has bren appointed deputy counly'surveyor. 1 For County Attorney, Jndgc Milton Hoard. Cletk R. S. Skillman reports a heavy For County ClerV, J. E. Monarch. i docket for circuit court. For Sheriff, J. S. DeJernette. j Mrs. E Taylor, of Roselto, is visiting For County Sup't of Schools, .Ins. W. Miller. Mrs. V. G Uabbage this week. For Jailer, John Slaton. The will of P. J. Henderson wos proFor County Assessor, Len Cnihmnn. bated in the county court Monday. For County Surveyor, F. M. C. Jully. Shapespenre's complete works given For Coroner, W. R. Pendleton. away Heard it Heelers. Call and see them W. I). Carman, of Custer, was granted a Tub Legislature has voitd favorubly on n bill to call the Constitutional Conventavern license in the county court Monday tion. Fertilizers at prices to suit tho Wheelers or anybody else, for cash Heard it Ky., is putting on its Becler. Winchester, "boom" clothes, preparatory for the meetGoods have been knocked down to boting of the Press Convention there in June. tom prices at Witt's. Now is jour time Tiik bill reducii g State taxes from 171 cents to 42h cents has passed both Houses and only needs the signature of the Governor, to become a law. Tiik Clovprport Times made its appearance last Saturday. It is a neat, clean, newsy sheet and we congratulate the young May you lire men on their firt number. and prosper beyond your most snnguine expectation, is the wish of the Xt I'msTox Tuulbee. from the Tenth district, who whs shot by Chns. 13 Kincnid, on the 'J8.h of February list, died at 5 o'clock Tuesday mornirg, March 11 lb, at Providence ilotpital in Washington City. Kincaid has hi en rearrested and placed in ibe police itation. He is in a very precarious condition, and fears are entertained that he will not reWm. World's Fair! Incorporated by tho Legislature In 1808, for Educational and Charitable purposes and lis franchise was made a part of the present Btate Constitution In 1879,by an overwhelming popular vote. not Will not be held in Cloverport, but the choicest MAiUItrOTM UUAWINCiS Honil - Annually, Jhiic anil December, and lit tillAND SINGL.I: MJIH lir.Il DllvtW-ING- S take ITS plnco have said that wc make some of our clothing ; that we buy from manufacturers of repute who make goods to our order, especially for our Kentucky trade; that wc jPAY CASH for what we BUY and therefore buy for less than wc could buy on credit; that we SELL EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH and take no risks on collections in city or country, and that we can and do SELL FOR LESS thair any other house can a (ford to sell : tulio place on each of tho other ten 111011II1H In the year, and arc all public, at the Acudemy drawn InNow Orlcann, I.tt. of JTliiklc, products of the manufacturers, who, with their goods will take the Grand Prizes at Chica- - ' go, are alreaely on exhibition here. FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS For Integrity of its Drawings, and Prompt payment of lis prizes, Attested as follows! No Daintier Designs, No Richer Colorings, No Better Qualities -- " We do hereby certify ice supervise the arrangements for all the Momlhly and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Company, and in person manage and control the Drawings themselves, and that (he same are conducted with honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties, and we authorize the Company to use this certficate, with fac similes of our signatures attached, in its advertisements." 'a' to buy. Mr I) W. Henry, of Irvington, hud bis license renewed in the county court Monday. tatern Plant bed canvas, northern seed oats, and all kinds of (arm and garden seeds at Heard I A Heelers. cover. Jimick Milton J. Durham, several times member of Congress, and during the administration oi President Cleveland, First have two good mules and one two horse wagon for sale. Terms reasonable. Jl'IIAI. Hook. The magistrates of the county met here Moi.day and made an appropriation tf $'160 to be expended on the county road lebding from Cloverport to Holt's Botlcir. The recent high water washed it out and took away one or two nf the bridges The names of some ol the ennumerators that vere not given in the Nkws some time ego, have been given out by Col. Allen, and are as follows: W. T. Claycomb, Union Star; T. J. Jolly, Ilewleyville, Henry Carman, Cloverport ; J. Frank-Arms-, Iludsonville. Mr. Marcus Kii,ch-elo- e hs been appointed in this district vice G P Jolly, resigned NOM', all we wish to say. further, at present, is that lirving a reputation for the best goods uml lowest prices, and for fair dealing, wc are determined to sustain that reputation ; and in order to extend our trade, wc GUARANTEE to furnish you clothing for the SPRING and SUMMER of 181)0 cheaper than you ever purchased similar goods, and to give you entire satisfaction as to style, fit and quality. If you are not coming to the city soon, write us and we will tell you how to get what you want by express without risk of misfit, or of paying for something you don't want. f 0 Wc IN- SHOES ad CLOTHING Can possibly Jic shown anywhere than at the Daily Exhibit of ers will pay all J'rizes drawn in the Louis-ian- a Slate Lotteries which may be presented at our counters. U. M. IVALMSIjEY, 1'rci. Louiilaua Commissioner!. the undersigned Banks and Bank' riEIMtE LANAUX, l'roa. State tional Hunk. A. IIAIiDWIN, National Hunk. r Na- Pre, New Orleans National Hank. CAUL KOUN Prcs. Union National Ilank. GRAND In MONTHLY DRAWING DEPPEN 1 VEST'S Our stock of Clothing is fresh And new comprising all the latest patterns. We have no old or shelf worn stock to j the Academy of Music, NewOrleans Tuesday, April 15, 1890. 100,000 Capital Prize, $300,000. Tickets nt Twenty DollnrN each. Halves 10: tluurtcrs ."; Tenths 82; Twentieths 81. LIST 1 1 Cash Clothiers, Hatters, Tailors, and Haberdashers, Market work on". The culmination pof all the most fastidious can desire, ii ai Miipiisuig iuv puces, tor cusi ami casn only. I 1 CAPITAL PHIZE OF $300,0Q0..$300,000 GRAND PRIZE OF 100,000.. 100,000 1 GRAND PRIZE OF 10,000.. 0,000 1 LARGE PRIZES OF 25,000.. 24,000 2 LARGE PRIZES OF 10,000.. 20,000 6 PRIZES OF 6,000.. 25,000 25 100 200 500 or FBIZKS. " " " ." 1FPBOXIUAT10N Comptroller ol the Treasury, is anuounced w a candidate for Auditor in the election to be held next August. The Judce, oo ncconntofhis experience as Comptroller of the Treasury, is unquestionably the best equipped man in the State for the work ol t'ie Auditor's cilice. The judge will be a s rong man in this section. Tiik surplus in the Xotionul Treasury, IU 000,000 when the Repubwinch was licans took charge of the government, has practically diiappcared and the probability ii that there will be a deficit of alarming proportions by the end of the next fucal year. The reckless anil extravagant legislation of tl e party in power is a growing menace to the country, ujon which the fill elections will pit the seal of cundem-- d and George Miller were in town Monduy endeavoring to make arrangements to build a large (louring mill here. They did not exactly agree on a plan and a site for the mill, but it is settled that it will be built Mr. Jubal Hook is one of the company and he says tho work will go on shortly. The firm will be a good strong one, and they want to erect a mill that will be u credit to the town. W. F. Hcok Street, between Sixth and Seventh, Louisville, Ky BRANDENBURG. Iliin and W. U, (I) 100 Prlies of $500 are 100 Priiesof$300 are 100 PrUcs of $200 are 999 999 1,000.. 25,000 600.. 50,000 300.. 60,000 200 100,000 FB1ZI8. CL0VERPQRT, KY. Prltes of 100 are Priies of 100 are Tjcbhinal Pbizis: .' $50,000 $30,000 20.000 99.900 99.900 $1,054,800 r IHISX: 3,134 Prizes, amounting to rvr:ss:r from Buras to England who know just how much has been grown to supply that demand. They are educated in this matter while we ore not ; consequently they build a great Chinese wall between the country of consumplion nod that of production, and tell us that there is an overproduction There aro Beven millionaires in the city New York who control every pound of dark tobacco that the United Stntes produce. I do not purport to say that every pound of it passes through their hands; but, that a sufficient quantity is handled to control the dark tobacco market Now gentlemen, let us notice something of the pernicious, detestable, insidious method by which they sustain this system of spoliation Soon after the tobneco crop is in the house, this no'able trust company places Tickets drawing Capltnl Prhes are not entitled to terminal Prizes. AGENTS WANTED. Notk SSirFor sold to Owinrn Shacklett &, Uardin his farm, near Ekron! containing about 200 acres, nt $14 per acre, Tho purchasers will plant the whole in apple trees this spring. This farm joins the Blant Shacklett place, who realized last year $2,700 for his crop gathered from on orchard of only twenty acres. Mr. John P. Frokes can give you a meal cooked by natural gas. He gets the gas from the last well that the Brandenburg MTg Co. put down Mr. J. C. Ashcraft, living near the well, has been using it all winter throughout his house.. Uy using pumps to lift the water, the company has two wells that would supply the town. This would be a good opportunity for our citizens to show a little enterprise. I trust Meade county will reap her share of the grand drawing you have Your wagon, buggy, baby carriage, etc., I have no need for in my present business. Your set of nntique oak furniture, for "Shacklett Hall," my place of abode, is what myself and my bachelor friend principally need. Mr. Editor, come up and camp with us a few days; we are mt old bacbelorsf?), but will show you what batchingis in true life. A letter was received today from II. L. Ditto to bis father, dated nt San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 27th. He shipped for Honolulu a few days after writing, and from there he will start on an cruise, on a whaling ship, to the Arctic ocenn. He says it is a trip for pleasure and information as well as a chance to rest, after slowing the cities of the great Pacific coast in the celebrated Ditto k Thornton's Grand Combination Show. eight-months W. II. Richardson mnation Interior Journal. lou'sTliU! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case ol Catnrrh that cannot be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F J. CHENEY A Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known Mr. F J. Cheney (or the 1bs( l." years, and believe him to be perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. Wkst it Tiua, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Waiimm;, Kinnan .t Maiimn, Wl olesale Druggists, Toledo, O. E. II. Van II.kskn, Cashier, Toledo National Hunk, Toledo, U. Hall's Cutarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system. TcBtimunals sent free. Price "c. perbollle Sold by all Druggists LONG BRANCH. A depot ! A depot ' ' "Mrs. Oeo. Reynolds was sick last werk. Mrs. Mary Hendricks is vibiting her son Mr. Cal. Hendricks. Miss Annie Fontaine spent last week with her sister, Mrs. W. C. McGehee. Miss Mary C. McFarland returned home with Miss Fannie Woolfolk last week. Dr. Greenly, of West Point, was called down to see Mies Rosa Hall last Tuesday. There wbb the heaviest land slide above Rock Haven last week that has ever been yet. No mail here for four or five days lust week, owing to the irregularity of the trains. Mr Frank Messenger wup here last week looking up some tools o' Ackerly, Samuel, Perryn k Co. Mies Maggie F. Hen hum sent your correspondent a $ for the Nkws and a ticket in the grand drawing Mr. Clarence W. Parsons has been very b isy getting the wells of the Rock Gas Co. in shape since the high water. Mr. Jessie Powell, living en Mr A. Ditto's farm, Iibb a piece of wheat that looks to be badly injured from the freeze. John H. Sullivan, standing wkich ut "Shacklett Hall", says fox hounds are not very pleasont visitors. They lifted John's rations and a weeks supply of meal. The L., St. L it T. men ought to put up a sbnnty of some kind here. It is not very pleasant standing out in the rain and waiting for a train that Is several hours behind time. They have enough business here to justify it. There is a heavy land sliild in tho public road at the creek just before reaching the You can't get bridge across Doe Run. Tte down the road at all with a wagon. approaches to the bridge are in badshnpe since the high water. The dirt ought to be used in building them up when lemoved nut of the road, ns it is very convenient . I dirasteruus fire occurred about seven miles from town Monday. The elegant country residence ol Mr. Nelson Jolly was totally destroyed and many of his household elites. The (ire occurred about ! o'clock, and wl.en discovered the whole of the roof was in a blaz and it had gained too much headway to be gotten i n der control. The fire originated in the second story of the building. Mr. Jolly had been keeping some boarders who occupied upper rooms in the house and it was thoucht to be t' rough their carelessness that the fire originated. Mr. Jolly's wife was s;ck in bed when the (ire broke out and she was removed to Mr. James Lyon's residence Dr J T. Ilaker, who was sent for to attend Mrs. Jolly, got out there while the house wub burning. He reported the loss iu household effects pretty heavy. The meat house with its contents wai also burned. The dwelling was valued at and the loss falls heavily on Mr Jolly, .as he is getting old and the work was what it took him years to accumulate, Mr. Jolly is the (atRer of Hon. Tice Jolly j our Representative in the legislature. M"r. Vivian Daniel, the oldest citizen of the county, died ut his residence in this place Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The death of Mr. Daniel removes from the town one of its earliest settlers. His father, Peter Daniel, was an old Virginian, and come to Kentucky in 17!I0 and settled in Clark county. It was there his son Viv-ia- .i was born in the year 1793. In ISO.'I, Peter Daniel came to this county and lived for a few years iu the Eorg Lick neighborhood. Daniel's creek, a small stream in that locality, bears his name, he being one of the early settlers there. When Peter Daniel was elected sheriff of the county he moved to Hardinsburg and his sous, Vivian and John, acted as his deputies. It was about this time possibly that Vivian got his first ideas of busines In L'82'2, Vivian opened a small store here and his business grew rapidly In those days he had some strong competitors among the McClarlies, Murrays, Mortons and others, who were active and wealthy merchants. It has been remarked by those who knew Mr. Daniel, how he ever succeeded in the foce of such noted opposition, but his success was doubtless due to a system of strict economy and close intention to busines. He made money rapidly and in n few ytars accumulated quite a fortune. By many tersons Mr. Daniel was regarded as a close, selfish man in his affairs, but this was altogether a mistaken idea Few men who hive lived and died in Hardinbburg were, moro liberal with their mean than he was. His home is supplied with all the concforls necessary to make his I h and that of his family cheerful and ' pleasant. His hospitality has boen shared lime and again by numerous comers and goers, and he was never known to turn any needy one uway from his door. Ho has reared a and his children are doing well. His sons, Phocian and Fod, and his daughter, Mrs. Ely, of St Louis. wi:i arrive today to bo prosent at the funeral. Mr. Daniel retired from active business twenty years ago, Blnce which timo he has led a retired life at his home in this place. A very $!!,-00- 0, lurge-fumil- mud to spare. Richardson went to the city SunJunu-ar- day. Vegetation looks deader than in y. Miss Nellie Green is closing out millinery stock. Mr. It. S. Djwell alwnys rides a horse into town. V. C. McGehee had a inaro to foal mule colts last week. Mr. Jim Mercer, of Hardin county, here last wtek huuting more mules. Mr. J V C'jtby, Los Angeles, Cal., in to see his sister, Mrs C. Itawlings, week. her fat two was was last Tho administrator ol Win. Ditto, dee'd, has offered the farm for 6ale. It will make two good farms. Messrs. A. Ditto, Sr , and W. C. McGehee appraised the stock on Mr. William Ditto, deceased'B, place. Matlie and May Moremeu, Misses daughters of Mr. Gus Moremen, Florida, are vititing their urcle, Mr. Lon Moremeu. We are happy to say the cherry crop Is safe thus far, and a (ew peaches on northern hill 8 ides. All other kinds of fruit The farmers are getting uneasy for fear they will not get to sow their oats. Moro Bunshine and less rain is what they need most now. There will bo but lew home-grow- n peaches eaten in ibis county this summer. Think the last cold snap has wound up tho prospects generally. Mr Will Young, who moved lo Nebras- lliicklcii'M Arnica Salvo Arc broken down from overwork pr household Many 1'crrioiiH rebuilds tho system, aids digestion, removes ex ecu of title, and cures malaria. (Jet tho genuine. " Itrowii'8 Iron IMttcrH Tho best salve in the world for cuts ka last fall, came back to this State last bruises, sores ulcers, salt rheum, fever week thoroughly satisfied that Kentucky sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, is good enough for him. corns, and all skin eruptions, nod positiveIt is Mr. Alorzs Moremen bought last week ly cures Piles, or no pay required. guaranteed to give at his father's eaje in Jefferson county, money refunded. perfect26satisfaction, or Price cents per box, C.27 acres of land. Price paid, $27,000. For sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky. The land was all that wa; sold. will be no time for our pleasant There BURAS. an popular j tiler, Elisha lisndurant, to sit arouud il be wants to take possession again. He has lie opponents in the field Rain I Rain Will it never lot up ? and they nrcall hustlers. Farmer's and Laborer's Union is on a Dick Njritt sayB I am the d dest man boom. Mr. John Duller, sr., it expected to die he ever saw to pick up news. He is the 'd dest'' clevrrett follow in tho world, at anytime. but I'm migh.ily ufiaid he will have to go Miss Mollis Wihoi, a consumptive, i into tho shoe making business after the expected to die at any time. election. When it comes to truit companies and There were several hundred .people corner dealing with courtship, please expresent at the administrator's sale of Wm. cuse Amos and D E. Mcracy. Ditto, dee'd, lait Thursday. Everything It is rumored that Miss Mattta T. and sold well. A largo portion of the crowd Mr. Finley G, have on bauds a case that was candidates and stallion owners, Mr. wilt cost Finley nbout one dollar and fifty Thos. II Ditto is the administrator of the cents brsides the minister's fee. e.tute. Mr. M. Meyer will go to Louisville next Tho Champa River Mining Co, New Sunday for the purpose of purchasing a Mexico, iu which several of our citizens spring stock of goods. He says that bo are interes eJ, located twenty claims there is going to inaugurate the cash system on last year. They Boll three of them the the 17. h, and will sell at 1 0 per cent, above other day for $16,000 Those they still cost and carriage. This is the result of luld are equilly as valuable. Farm and Labor Union There has been I am not situated in my present occupa- considerable talk of a Wheeler store in tion to gHtlier up the news of the county. this community which will probably open My many friends aie very kinJ in impartup in a month or two with a guaranteed ing ary matter of interest to me for the custom of nil Wheelers within a radius of reader of ibis column, I tiul( in my eight miies. Therefore It stands Ibe merawkward situation, tlmt I can manage to chants of today in hand to make the belt of scrape up i few items to send from this their opportunities. Hurrah fur Wbeehr-isplace every week, if it Is under a difficulty, 1 Saturday night, March 8tb, Mrs. John Butler, sr quietly and serenly passed The circumstances ofhr into etrnity. past life as a christian, satisfy her survivors that her condition tojay is better than The friends and relatives of the ours. deceased hare our heartfelt sympathy in this their great bereavement. Some four or five weeks ago, about three young men, representatives of this and adjoining neighborhood, started to school at Hardinsburg. They are all very fascinating young men, for whom the young ladies (especially of Buras) have formed a very great attraction ; and as positive and negative forces posess this peculiar property in a greater or less degree, the secret of their frequent visits to this vicinity, lies buried in tho fact that iheir cynosures, live, move, and speak in this part of the "l'ardisaical So somebady was mistaken Garden." when he thought the boys were coming home for milk. This portion of the county has been ovei flowing with stave men for the past twelve months; and as a result, every ravine of timbered land is full of staves. These staves have been carved oat at The employes have not about half price. At the last made average farm wages. meeting of the County Farmer's and Laborer's Union, a resolution was introduced and unanimously adopted, by which all Wheelers agree that they will not haul a single stave to the distance of five miles for lessthan five dollars per thousand, and seventy-fiv- e cents per mile for every thouAs sand hauled moro than five miles. this community is almost unanimously Wheeler, they will be compelled to import We recstave haulers or pay our price. ommend this process of proceedure to all stave employers How to enhance the price of tobacco is the principal subject discussed among the When we speak farmers of this section, of the tobacco question we speak of something in which Ihe interest of almost every Breckenridge farmer is invested. To heighten the price of this the staple product of our county should be the aim and But, just how action of every producer. to effect this result is the query that perIt is an indisputable plexes the most. truth, gentlemen, that the price of every article that we produce is governed by one or both of two laws, viz: supply and deWe may go still back of ibis and mand discover something that governs supply and That something, gentlemen, is demand. consumption. Id order that there may bo a demand for our tobacco, there must be n consummation; and before there can be a consummation, there must be a supply As we have just stated, tho mud sill of the tobacco industry is consumption It is useless, gentlemen, for me to enter luto any argumont for the sage purpose of conconsumption of tobacvincing you that co, today, is greater than ever before in the histsry of our country ; but, the question over which we should ponder Is, have we received the benefits accruing from an increased demand ? To be convinced that we havo not it is only necersary to read the quotations of today, and listen to the voice of our pockets that have been drained by a herd of speculators and barriers against trade. But, says one, how is it that there is an increased domand, and yet we do not receive the good results emanating from it? It is embodied in thp fact gentlemen, that there ore a number of speculators and tobacco-kin- g, nil the way On desired, write legibly to the undersigned, clearly stating your residence, with State, County, Street and Number. Mownpid return mail delivery will be assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your full address. Club rates, or any further Information or Ol. Washington, D. O. By ordinary letter, containing MonetObokb Issued by all Express Companies, New York Exohange, Draft or Postal Note. Wb tay oh Cubbkkov sent us by Express of $5 or over. Adiress Registered Letters to IMPORTANT. ADCKiii AI. A. DAUPHIN. Now Orleans, I.a., A. DAUPHIN, NEW OlILJIANS NATIONAL IIANK. New Orleuns, Ln, its supervisors of the tobacco census in the tobacco belt, who are enabled to report back to headquarters by the first of November (he amount of tobacco grown. Now watch them I Instead of sending n correct statement to both the country of consumption nnd that of production, they subtract 23 per cent, from the actual quantity and send this report to the consumers ; then they odd 25 per cent, to the actual quantity and this report to the producers ; so dear farmers, jou see that those seven men have a firm grasp on both ends of tho string At one end they set the price on the weed and tho producer is compelled to take il. At the other end they Bet the price again nnd tho consumer is compelled to pay it. No wonder there isjan unequal distiibulion of wealth in this country when tvery laboring man is contributing of bis hard earned shillings to the building up of colossal fortunes in the hands of a fow. The power to remedy these defects is vested, only in those who produce it There are many methods suggested by which this may bo done ; but we want to get at Ihe most practical. This system of enabling the farmers to hold, 1 believe to be good, bit, it may be bettered by the production of a belter quality. The only way of improving the quality is by a limitation of the quantity. It has been truthfully said that precious metal is tied up in small bundles. It is not so much the quantity, but the quality that sells. D E. Mochacy. REMEMUER that the payment of all prizes Is GUARANTEED BY FOUR NATIONAL BANKS of New Orleans, and the Tickets are signed by the President of an Institution, whose chartered rights are recognized In the highest Courts; therefore, bowareofany Imitations or annonymous sebemos. ONE DOLLAR lithe prico of the smallest part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BY iUS In any Drawing. Anything In our name offered for less that a Dollar Is a swindle. 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It is pleasing to the eye and to the taste, and by gently noting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, it cleanses tho system effectually, thereby promoting the health and comfort of all who use it. A Charming I'uncl rulnllng Uy Cloverport ArtUt, A There is In the window of Maddox's store, iu tho Fonda Block, on Ifpurth ave. a charming panel painting, dono by a new aspiraut for public favor. The picture is of a double stem o' hollyhocks. It was painted by Mr. J. B Fisher, of Clovemori and in it the young artist displays considerable promise of a brieht future thni The artist does not cling is, if he works, to the mode of coloring of ll e general run of artists, and he wields a rather free brush The coloring of the purplered hollyhocks is particularly good. One can dis;ovtr there the downy floes that is the peculiar attachment of the petals of that modest, but v'gorous stalk, that is most frequently seen in the yards of country homes. Louisville Timer. FARMERS FREE COLUMN. Fcr Sale milker. Fresh cow and young calf, good J; G, titKrinjus, Holt, Ky. ld Fob Saw Denmark stallion, dam by MoLackey. He's a prodigy for style, size and action. Price $200. J. F. Oabtkb, Webster, Ky. ', - Attorney at Uw, court 'Setose Hardinsburg, Ky t MBBuujCTsBiLWBIWBslMsMsliBBiSWsBi IMMBWBiWW8WWWwiiMMMwMlMMgaMMMPMigBQfciiiBaMW' ijAZCmsmr.xsi'i..rzzssEsiizzz :".,. ... llllll MrUaiikW ,. va. I a J I I.OUAI, UJS Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs ia taken; itiapleasant nnd refreshing to tho taste, and acts fentlyyotpromptly on the Kidneys, cleanses tho system effectually, dnpels colds', headaches and fevers and cures hahitunl 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 hencficial in its cfTecta, prepared only from tho most healthy and ngrccablo Buhstanccs, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup or Figs is for salo in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any rcfinblo druggist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FftANCISC). CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, Itlll'ViTlXS. BRANDENBURG TO BOOM. TTrnTTTmrnTT Tho river is still rising. Mrs. Dubouzer Is quite sick. tjtli i l u l ll "in urn jjulllllu i MA iij: ifT A 81 tS W it-- . A " M !&'. .i , - .i- Reducing our surplus daily. HiiIpm. Fair play and no fairy tales. Subers. The trains are all running on time Benin Our shoes keep the inside track. Sulzers. Several communications crowded out this week Judicious advertising secures success in any business. Big reduction in Boys' Fine Boots. See them. Sulzers. When you go to Hardinsburg stop at the Huckeby Douse. Dr. A A. Simons was taken down with la grippe Sunday. Miss Jessis Witt is very sick at her sisters, Mrs. J. C. Nolte. Mr. Frank Seifried is recovering from a severe attack of la grippe. Wm. P. Pierce sold his lunch stand at the depot to Mr. C. J. Fella. A bill authorizing this city to refund Its school debt has passed the house. Commencing March 24th there will bo a daily mall from this city to Pellville. Wm. Vest & Sons have started a new delivery wagon. The Vest's are hustlers. You can get a good tquare meal at the Huckeby House, Hardinsburg, for 25 cents Revs. Wolf, of Cannelton, and Dunn, of Louisville, are here assisting in the meeting. Tho contract for building the city jail has been let to R. W. and court-house Hor Soven Protty Hills Will Bo Convortoil into a Thriving Populous City. Mendo Comilr'e Urcnt Tcrrltorr of Vrtliiablo Natural Itconrcc. Courier-Journa- A MERE SONG! vc now get for our "own make" Winter Clothing, because we have already pruned the profits clean, and because we arc drawing near towards the tail end of the season. What c That about expresses what XjIZsttu Jall Inl All Aliolit Ihc g :m:a:r,o:e3: i U The line of March we refer to l. Lewis. StfTA FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS, JV-- ' H.f. III We are aathorlted to announco or tho City of Louisville, at a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic) party of tho Third Appellate District. We are authorised to announce to the office of as a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic party. JOHN ROBERTS, F?l. '.j C" K. JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, &. John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Wm. K. Dames, Hardinsburg. &. Attorneys atLaw. Hardinsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. MURRAY BARNES, Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, HARDINSBURG, KY. rOfHco on Brick Corner. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10. 1890. l'ornoiinl. T. F. Sawyer went to Hawesville Sunday. M. Hamtnan, of Addison, was in town Monday. Miss Lucy McOavock was In tho city yesterday, J. D. Deelei, of Hardinsburg was In town last week. L. D. Addjson, of Addison, was in the city this week. Mr. Dave Henry, of Irvlngton, was in the city Monday. Hon. Tice Jolly, of Frankfort, was In the olty yesterday. Mr Drown Holm, of Stephensport, was in town Monday. W. J. Dean, Jr., of Rook Vale, was in the city yesterday. Mr, Adam Hawes, of Hawesville, was in tho city yesterday. Taylor Deard wa In tbo city last week to Louisville. Miss Mary Ryan is visiting friends In Louisville this week. Mr. W. W. Lewis, of Owensboro, was in Hardinsburg Monday. . x S. J. Cottrell and wife, of Owensboro, were n the city this week. J. D. Babbage aud F. N. D'Huy went to Hardinsburg Monday. Mrs. Julius Hardin and Mils Mary Board were in the city Friday. John M. Krisler, of the Tell City Planing Mill, was up last week. II. M. McCracken, of tho L., St. L. & T., was In the city this week. Judge J. A. Murray goes to Stepheraport tomorrow on legal business. Capt. A. J. Gross and wife, of Holt's Bottom, were In the city Monday. John C. Jarboo and Jas. Shearn, of Skill-mawere In the city Monday. John B. Hunter, of Falls of Rough, is visit-Jo- g the family of Dr. J. T. Owen. Dr. B. T. Raflbrty returned home from his farn near Leavenworth, Ind., Thursday. Frank Casper, of Cannolton, formerly with Suiter 4 Bro., was up on a short visit thts week, John S. Warfleld is at homo again, after a course at Bryant & Stratton's business College, Louisville. to n, :r?i" :- - : 8 P y - : . - r Pr - U,' l .: J. II. Ilancho, Sulzers' merchant tailon will positively be at Oardiasburf Friday, the 21st wL, and at Cloverport the 221, Give bim a call. Miss Ida Weisonberg was awarded the prize Riven by the Kickapoo Medical Co. Saturday night, to tbo most benutifuj young lady in the audience. "Nance Itjan captured the prize for being the ugliest man in the crowd. Ah ltlcli as CrecvtiN. rrt & !- - r" . X f ii Eli Zane, 103G Thompson St., is a lucky man. lie has just drawn a twentieth of the second capital prize of $100,000 in the Louisiana State Lottery and finds himself tho possessor of $5,000. "Am I happy V he repeated to an Item reporter, who called on him. "Well, I should smile I --What do you expect of a man who cots $5,000 for ono dollar? Why, I feel es rich as Crcoiu. Philadelphia (Pa) Item January 12. Ab1 those troubled with ncrvoujneM resultingfrom care or overwork will be relieved by taking Jti-oivn'- Kcuralglc rereons has trade inark aud aenuluo Ivan Hitters, wrapper, crosMM red " on Hold your horses, friends, outside our store; its tho place to tie up and trade. Sulzers. Mr. C. L. Beard, a representative of the Louisville Times, was in the city one day last week. J. E. Cbapin & 8on have the contract to furnish the framing timbers for the Bobbin factory. Mrs. C. M. Bullitt sprained her ankle very severely while stepping out of the church Sunday night. The Kickapoo Indian Medicine Co. after several weeks stay in this place will leave today for Jeflersonviile, Ind. Rock Lick creek in tbis county has been Tice Jolly declared a navigable stream. is getting in his work close to home. All persons indebted to R. E. Moorman & Co, are requested to call immediately and settlo their accounts and save costs. All personB indebted to R. E. Moorman k Co. are requested to call immediately and settle their accounts and save cobib. Messrs Chris Sweigert and Marion Be-Lare utilizing the gas from the Cloverport Mineral Co.'s well No. 2, in their residences. Dr. W. B. White, jr., and family, of Tell City, passed up on the boat Monday night enrbute to Louisville, where they will make their home in the future, Dr. S. B. Adkisson has bought out Dr. The . doctor W. B. White's dental office. is a hustler and can put as good a gold CI ing in a man's tooth as any dentist. The directors of the Commercial Club met last Wednesday, reorganized, added aome new life, and now intend to push thingo right along. The new board means business and some good work for the town will be the result. Mrs. Dora Brashear, wife of Wm. deceased, of Stephensport, died at her home in Woodford county yesterday morning. Miss Eliza Brashear, her sister-in-laleft on the 10 o'clock train yestet-d- nj to attend the luneral. Rev. Steve Holcombe, who has been holding a protracted meotiug in this place for several weeks, left Monday for Bowling-gree- n, where he will hold a mission meetMr. Holcombe is an excellent ing. preacher and did good work for the church in this city. Dr. W, B. White.sr. who for a number ol years has been a resident and a successful Dentlst'of this city, removed with bis family to Louisville Monday night, where he will reside in the future and continue his He has rented handsome profession. quarters on Fourth avenue and opened a splendid office. Mr. John T. DeJernette, of Hardinsburg was iu town yesterday and handed us a dollar for a new subscriber. If all of our old subscribers, like Mr. DeJernette, would add one new one along with their own, it wouldn't take long to double our list. And then we could put in steam power, enlarge tho paper and otherwise improve it. The body of Charles Pord, a watchman on the construction train of the L., H. & W. railroad, was found in Skillman's branch, at the east end of this city, last Sunday. It is not known how he came by his death, but it is supposed that be fell from the train while it was passing over tbo trestle Saturday night. It is also intimated that there was foul play connected with bis death. What this is and who the parties are, has not yet been developed. An inquest was held Monday night bsfore Squire Ahl, and the verdict of the jury was that he came to his death by some unknown cause. I'ard was said to be a quiet, inoffensive, sober man, and lived in New Albany, Ind. The citizens of lrvington were in high in lnt week, over the appearance of two fgaetlemen in their town looking out a" site on which to erect a large uouring mm. The gentlemen came from some of the up1 per counties, and are experienced mi They wera men with pieuty of copitol. Mr. chaperoned by Col. Edgar Bennett. after a short stay with them at Bennett lrvington, took them over the country adjacent to lrvington, and pointed out to them some of the magnificent farms In that section that grow such targe quantites of They were well pleased with the wheat. country and the town of lrvington, and think it is a desirable point for a will. The kind of a mill which they propose to put one. and will probup will be a first-clalrvington much as $00 000. ably cost as proposes to give the ground and aid the enterprise by private donations, and in this way they think they will secure the The mill is doubtlesa needed structure'. in that section and lrvington will h? a good point at which to locate it. en Bra-shear, w, hard-workin- g, ss have left in Suits. Overcoats and Trousers are at the Brandenburg, Ky., March 15 This sleepy old town, located on its seven hill', disposal of the people at almost their own price. liko ancient Rome, has awakened to its Persons with a speculative turn of mind will find an importance and baa organized a commeropportunity now to buy their next winter's outfit at cial club for the rurpose of developing the about the cost of the material. Our New Spring Stock tnexhuastible resources lying under its nose. As stated in the Courier-Journis now complete and ready for inspection. last week, a committee of the substantial Buy one of our Elegant Spring Overcoats which we business men of Brandenburg visited have just made up. They arc the vory thing you will Louisville to discuss tho propriety of Buch need for the next three or four months. All colors a step with tbe Louisville Commercial Club. Tbe result of their visit was the and all prices. determination to organize a club, With tbis object iu view, a meeting was held at In Brandenburg last night, the conrt-hous- .e which, notwithstanding tbe rain was pouring in torrents, brought out a largo number of the most wide-awaaud substantial business men of tbe placo. The meeting was called to order by Judge O. C, Richardson, temporary chairman. The committee that had visited Louisville, through its chairman, Judge Wool folk, S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. made a report of its investigation in Louisville, and spoke in the highest terms of I I I I ITl l l l M IJLl L i l IJJLLi the encouragement received from the Louisville Club. The committee's report im'OKTAINT! MOOLEYVILLE. was listened to with much interest, when, by way of getting the matter in shape, the Ilootli unit itloillctikii. Secretary was requested to present a paper Mra. Melissa Egart has been quite ill with An event that will be looked forward to among those present to see how many la Grippe. with much pleasure in Louisville, will be 1, members might be obtained. Nearly every boy of tbe appearance at the Auditorium, May Little Clide, a man signed his name, and in a few min2, :t, of those two distinguished artists, and Maude Stiff, is quite sick. utes tbo Secretary reported some twenty-fiv- e Preston Edwin Booth and Mme. Modjeska. While Mr. Bob Rendman is slowly recovering tbe public have seen both, they have never members. On motion, the club then typhoid proceeded to elect officers, which resulted from a long nnd painful attack of appeared jointly, which indeed will be a fever. as follows: treat. Liko tbe Grand Italian Company Judge O. C. Richardson, President; Dr. Miss Lena Gilliland, of Preston, was tho which has just closed a brilliant engageSunD. C. Pusey, First aod guest of Miss Julia Cunningham last ment in Louisville, that city is the only Judge J. F. Woolfolk, 8econd day. one south of the Ohio river in which tbe Tbe hour being late, the election cf two stars will appear, and it will also be Mr. V. Q Parr is making quite a suc becrelary and Treasurer aud Board of Di- cess raising came chickens. Hnving en- their farewell joint appearance. rectors was postponed to next meeting. Tbe management of tho Auditorium gaged In the business about three vears The interest being manifested by the ago, he now receives mail orders weekly have tried to give attractions of such a business men of Brandenburg and surfor chickens at ?j a pair and eggs at $2 class as would do tbe city of Louisville and rounding commuuity is earnest and per- per dozen. Slate of Kentucky credit, which was evimanent. Many of the prominent men of Bowling Green, denced in the late engagement of the Mr. Frank Buren, of the county have signified their intention Grand Opera Company. has been visiting at and near tbis place lor to join the club, and would have been There are no words of praise that can do Ho and his partner, Mr several weeks present last nigbt but for the incessant with their new justice to tbe genius of Edwin Boot and Burch, are well pleased rain. Mmo. Modjeska Tho beautiful scenic home at Bowling Green, and report that Tbe development of this rich section is the productions of the opera engagement ore they are doing a good business with not only of interest to Brandenburg, but New York Store. a guarantee of the manner in which the Modjeska the entire county. There aro resources well fast plays produce! by Booth and Johnnie E'der's foot is getting will be given. here sufficient to employ millions of dolwith a gun, trying to kill lars' capital, and lying comparatively idle. He was playing The company consists of aix'y members, tho some birds, when the gun went off and Why can't the business men of Louispeople that money could secure, foot. No shots the best through his ville see it? A few have discovered it load passed combined from members, also, of the comconsequsntly he will soon reand are making arrangements to utilize it. bdged, and pany of Ganelon, lately disbanded by cover. Salt works, a part of the material for Lawrence Barrett, which makes it the Winter has come at las. Two weeks strongest dramatic company that ever which is already on the grounds, will be planting garvisited Louisville. Tbe following is the erected as soon as the weather will per- ago people were thinking of they are getting their winter repertory Thursday, May 1st, Richelieu; mit, capable of making 100 or more of den, and now blossalt daily. This is but a drop in tbe bu:k-e- t, wood and breaking open tbo dead Cardinal Richelieu, Edwin Booth, Julio, living peach tq be Mme. Modjeska- Friday, May 2d, Macsoms to see if there js a but, as all things must have a beginspring will ning, this is a start in the right direction found. We earnestly hope this Mooley-vill- e beth; Elwin Booth as Macbeth, Modjeska old Saturday Matinee, and will soon lead to other establishments. not open with such a raid on as Lady Macbeth. as last. It was equol to the Johns May :id, Hamlet; Booth as Hamlot, ModA Boda-as- h plant is to be located here at once. The company, as 1 understand, is town flood. jeska as Ophelia. Saturday night, Meralready formed for this important enchant of Venice, Booth as Shylook, ModConvincing I'roof. terprise. Soda-asjeska as Portia. its value and its uses, In many Instances It has been proven that few people understand. There is but one The prices of season tickets are as folby 1J. B. B. (Botanlo Blood Balm), made establishment for its manufactuse in the Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Oa., will cure bloo. lows, aicording to location, reserved seats United States Syracuse, N. Y. and the poisons In Its worst phases, even when all included: $5, $6 and $10. Tho sale of imported into the United other treatment fails. duty on soda-as- h season tickets begins April 1st. at D. H. A. P. Brunson, Atlanta, Oa., States amounts to about $6,000,000 annu- had twenty-fou- r running ulcers on one leg Baldwin & Co.'s Piano Store, 23C 4th Ave, ally. This will give the reader some idea and six on the other, and telt greatly prostrat- With the $10 tickets will be given free tbe I believe actually swallowed a barrel of the commercial valpe of the article, and ed.medicine, In Ivain efforts to cure the disease. same seat for the Boston Symphony Orof when tho fact is recognized that everyWith little hope I finally acted on the urgent chestra, with eighty performers under, Aradvice of a friend, and got a bottle of B. U. U. thur Nickish, which will appear May 8ih thing for its manufacture, even to the fuel my despondency I experienced a change, and kept using it un-t- il Orders fjr seats should be sent to James for making it, except one or two chemicHas somewhat dispelled. I I bad taken sixteen bottles, and all the B Camp, Business Manager, P. O. Box als, the cost of which is trifling, is found or Git, Louisville, Ky. ulcers, rheumatism and all other horrors here within the space of a square mile. It blood poison have disappeared, and at last I may readily be seen how much cheaper it am sound and well again, after an experience ADDISON. can be manufactured here than at Syra- of twenty years of torture." writes : "My Robt. Ward, Maxey, Oa., Mr. and Mrs. Hamraan spent Sa'urday cuse, where they have to buy their salt disease was pronounced a tertiary torm or and Sunday in Cloverport. blood poison. My face, head and shoulders water, their lime and their fuel, and transThose who have had their tobacco seed were a mass of corruption, and finally tne port it a long distance at that. There is began eating my skull bones. My bones sown for several weeks, are afraid their now material going to waste here to make ached, my kidneys were deranged, I lost nesb plants will not grow. All soda-asenough to supply the United and strength, and life became a burden. when Mrs. Wm Bowmer spont last week with said I must surely die, but nevertheless, 0 States and save to Uncle Sam that $G,000,-00- I had used ten bottles of B. B. B. I was pro- her daughter, Mrs. Burks. The portly face of our Commercial Club import duty. Why not let tbe old nounced well. Hundreds of scars can now bo well over President is beaming with happiness and gentleman keep that snug little sum in his seen on me. I have now been content, apply to bim for town lots, cheap months." here in twelve pocket, and make our soda-as- h for cash. Meado county? I am told that the salt Quite a lot of stoue for the mill foundaTOBINSPORT, IND. tion has been quarried, and the masons water it takes to make 100 barrels of salt are still working at it will make the tamo quantity, or even The writer of the article Jp your paper And appropos of that, more, soda-asof March 5th, concerning the punishment there is salt water enough now going to of Sam. Groves, claims that he told the waste, flowing from wells and floating mth while I told lies. Let me inform the away on tbe ground, it is affirmed by salt readers that said writer haB n weak brain, When Baby was stele, wo gave her Castorlft. makers, to make 3,000 barrels of Bait In(having hod the g rippe) and if be will When sho w as ft Child, sho cried for Castoria. daily. prominent people quire of some of our When sho becamo Miss, ho clung to Castoria. As an illustration of tbo value of the salt around here, who saw the child just alter When alio had Children, alio gave them Castoria. water in this section, may be compared the punishment, that they will enlighten tbe manufacture of salt in Michigan, where him, they have discovered a fine vein of rock Any more communications from eaid feet below the surface, salt three thousand writer will be considered beneath my notice which they utilize by boring wells to it, loui.s vi i.i.r, KV. for when I am to bo accused of telling Hep, filled with fresh water from wells bored -- :A.TjrjJlTOJELITjr3::I hope it will be by one who has the repufor the purpose. Tbe fresh water is pumptation of telling the truth etpecially when Jamm B. Camp, ed into the salt wells, where it remains unUaxui. Qcilp, for publication. Busli e s Man. Solo Proprietor & Man. til sufficiently impregnated with salt. It is then pumped out and manufactured into ToniNBroRT, IKd .March 13:b, 181)0. Important Rnirairciiiciit salt, the fuel for which is purchased and .Editor I notice a controversy in your distance. Now, if salt transported from a Farewell Joint Appearance of paper relative to the punishment of my can be profitably manufactured under cirprofit of boy by assistant teacher of our schools. cumstances, what would be the Bootn:- I have this to say that the statements salt salt made from these -correspondent werehe wells, without any artificial means and made by your first twenty which is, a great truth, as can be proven by over Supported by a powerful Dramstlo Company, with natural gas for fuel, persons. uuder the direction of deal of it at least, being wasted. I am truly yours. AUTHUtt B. OHA3E. I have made quito a tour through the Q. K. GnovES. gas fields since I came here. It is the Superb Scenery by - - . Ernkst AuisitT. first time I have been in the gas region for Itortortolro : To Whom it Mar Concern. more than a year, and many new welU KIchelleu. Thursday, May 1st pur-poHaving moved to Louisville for the havo been put down iu that time, I have Macbeth. Friday, May 2d of practicing dentistry (but will bo in taken trouble to count the number of wells llamlot. Sat. Matinee, May 3d that have been sunk altogether, and find Cloverport at stated tiroes), I have sold Saturday Night, May 3d..Mercbant of Venice at least out ray office to Dr. 8. B. Adkisson, who there have been about aeventy-fiv- e, JS'culo of l'riccK. fifty of which produce sufficient gas to will conduct the business at my old office $i, $8, $10, for the season, according to locain Cloverport. Dr. Adkisson has pracmake them valuable and to justify tbe extion. pense of piping tbem Additional to this ticed dectlstry for a number of years. I General Admlstion One Dollar. fifty are several that may be utilized by have seen considerable of his work, and Season sale begins. April 1st at going to a little expenso and made valu can recommend bim to the people of CloD. H. Baldwin & Cu's Breckenridge county not only Single sab begins, April 15th at able. This number of wells includes those verport and No. 236 4th Aycluc. just across tho river in the Indiana terri- as being a good dentist, but as a eafo and Per Information and orders for seats addrtss tory, some of which are already eing reliable man, ono that you can depend on piped into tbe Rock Gas pipe line. The what bo tells you. I hope yon will give 'JAMES B. CAM I', Business Manager, gaa territory here, and across in Indiana him a trial and be convinced. F, 0. Box 63, Louisville, Ky. W. B. White. thouopposite, is aufficieat Ib extent for a SUlloduoed Rates on Railroads. sand wella. Development will begin soon BPEOIAL Boston Symphony Orchestra, 80 Renew your subscriptions promptly and by several of the gas cotnpanlea. Grand Gift Distribution Ferformers, May 8th. W. H. P. get a ticket inour al ke OUR LINE OF- -MARCH GOODS ! Which Comprises a great variety of novelties in JULIUS WINTER & K Gr PRI ST Xj ""X" Count Us In When you are figuring on your Spring Wear, for we are prepared to please you either in I "Oltl Reliable" Clothiers I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I s u L We invite parison of com- our of: Goods and prices ld Variety, Quality or z E with others. those Vice-Preside- Vice-Preside- R Price. S Cloverport, Ky J. R. BASSETT & BRO., .LJUITUHIIELD, KY. DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, ROUGH DRESSED LUMBER. and Rooftop Building Materials ESTIMATES furnished at low prices. SHIPMENTS made directly from Planing- Mill to any point. - SATISFACTION ASSURED. - Ew&mmm9m9mx b, WHEELERS. A word to ,.... the Wheelers. You needn't consult any- body nor make any arrangements in regard to your supplies. I am selling goods now lower than any living man can sell them and always have. Come to my store in Hardinsburg and it will take me only a few minutes to convince you of the fact. Talk about 10 per cent. I don't ask any more on my goods and sell a great many articles for less. the original low price man of this county. If you want goods bring along the cash or its equivalent, produce. I am uis-ea- se h J. A. WITT, Hardinsburg, Ky. HSMfflMfflgBli M h. IRVINGTON, KY. PHAI.KllS IN 141 Mil ss Field Seeds, Farming Implements, GROCERIES, SADDLERY, HARDWARE, STOVES and TINWARE, BOOTS and SHOES. Wo mako a specialty of Seeds and Farming Implements. Call and get our prices before buying as we are sure we can save you money on wliat you buy. Wo also keep in connection with our store a first-olaHotel and Livery Stable and offer special inducements to Commercial men. McGLOTHLAN BROS., Ha 1, 2. S, 'SO Edwin :Helena Modjeska. lrvington, Ky. A Sure Hog Cholera Preventive. so Hocj GliolraL PrGYentive Will prevent tho ravages of Choi era on any farm stock, andlnTom cases will cure Cholera, although we will not tnsure It lajfTio. It has been tried and thoroughly tested by inauyf tbe beet farmers In Breckenridge and Hardin coun. ties anllhas nerer failed. Below are tbe names of some of our farmers who have tested its mcrlt7iTohn Meador, Bolph Johm, 'f ' nip Siirlnss : Hob Enellih. Dr. O. 7, Aud. Ceclllan t Cbas. Mudawav. tUwUwtlt. Experience teaohes us that Hog Cholera canno be cureiTtiwpt la rare cases so tale f warrant to preeme tb Hi Ilk (T meroly a preventive whlcb, If given according to directions, it is put up in sacKS ai u-- cenri per pounu. 1 weaty.aro postadt w.II tw(ttJHUI hogs healthy for a year. AGENTS Board A-- Beeler, Uardtnsburgi (1. W. Short, Ctovwpert" Jo Jeetea, luinjfr. - """ Manufactured by J. E. MOORMAN'S - tlp 'tjul. ' kf 'Sp ' H J, E. MOORMAN, OwcnsbaTJ, Ky kM cj "" "&! r3fVi ' T- - iHffc ..- i M. iTmnnsjfffi r -- CONSUMPTION; of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Kvcn lu tlio Inter periods of that dlxpaso, tlio cough wonderfully rollovcd by this medicine. " I lmvo inert Ayor's Chorry Tertoral vlth tlio oliect in Jny pructlce. This Monihirful preparation onco huvimI my llfo. I hnd u roiiHtnnt cough, uhjrlit sweat, was grently reduced in lloah, and rIviiii up hv my pliyslciim. Ono bottlo nuil n linlf of tlio Pectoral cured me." A. J. Kldnon, M. J)., Mlddleton, 1 AMOS. How Nenntor Jon Illnrlibiirn Ulilii'l Win III First I.ove. w ...HT mm. mail i in iirniiiu.t, ROADS. ."-71- 1 A"N - - ., . MACADAM "'INQlJimtfCf CHILD. '.... U o con-nis- 1 1 NOTICE EXTRAORDINARY! ' ' "' ' .. ta .. . I lu flt utogM, cnn ,bo IXcheeked hy tlio prompt mo sticcr-Mfull- lt Tennessee. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. After taking this medlclno tw.o or three months I was cured, and my henlili rcmaliis good to the pruseut day." James Dlrchard, Darien, Conn. " Be voral years ago, on a passajto homo from California, by water, 1 contracted so sovcro n cold that for sniuo days I was conflued to my state-roonlid a iiliyslclnu on board considered my llfo Happening to havo a bottlo dniignr. in of Ayer's Clicrry l'eclornl, I used it freely, and my lungs wen- soon restored to a healthy condition Siuto then I lmvo Invariably recommended this J. It. Chnndler, Junction, Vn. - " Sovcrnl years ago I was severely 111. Tlio doctors mild I wni In consumption, mid tlmt thoy could do nothing for mo, hut advised mo, as a last resort, to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, L: riiEt'Anri) dt Dr. J. C. Aye-- & Co.. Lowell, Mass. l I ) ii I !riu'it Pii.cf , ii tnjtilit,$t. 1 Breckenridge News Head tlio Aoveletto TH13J Forger's Bride! BY ROSE TERRY. It will shortly appear in this Paper of ninny Hlnckburn tells It on himself, and of course, construction, and tho variations aro n dlstilct not more than a hundred miles if It Werohot Iruo he would not bo guilty chiefly in tho foundation, A ninenduin distant from Now York. He Invited tho A.N Mill: IM.SMiS 1IY of telling it Many years ago Joseph was top may bo placed upon n common dirt other day to his liouso to tea n gontle-in.i- n whoso separation from tho "partner desperately In Invo with u beautiful yourg foundation, but tlio best muendam roads lie lliix 11 Itmt disc, nro built with n stono foundation, Tho of his joys nnd sorrows" had hut recentwoman of his neighborhood, and naturally Dkaii John : Things have changed method of constructing such a road Is ly ceased to be tho talk of tho town. Imsince my last to you Thnt dread monster did everything in his power to please her. Riven in tlio following extract from tho mediately ou being seated in tho drawThe young lady in question did not love la Qrippo has seizrd my delicate frame, trentl8oof 3Ir. Clemens Herhchol, printed ing room the gentleman was approached and has been crying loud for my mortal "Our Joe," neither did she disliko him, so in tho book on "Improvement of High by tho littlo dnughtcr of Hie host with! "Wliero is your wife?"' existence, but I still swing on the willows betwixt and between bIio gave him many ways," published by tho Lenguo of Somowhnt nmnzed nnd decidedly emthat deck tho stream of time. 1 hen, again severe licks with her sharp tongue, which Ainoricnn Wheelmen: "Tho tiuo principle of ro.idmaklng con- barrassed, tho gentleman stammered my lone rolreat in this dismal woeds, that cut the sensitivo young man lo the quick. Joe never talked back to his pretty, sists In givlngcvery road two component forth: I bad thought so secure from the seductive "I don't know." black-eye- d scnoii'a, but he has long sinro parts; one tho foundation to bo solid, Influences of female beauty, has been in"Don't know?" persisted tho onfant terunyielding, porous nnd of largo material; vaded by calico and one poor soul all torn gotten even with the world and all the the other tho top surfneo to bo ni.ado rible; "why don't you know?" up, such is life. Yes, just at tho moment things (here are in it. One day the Finding thnt tho child kept ou asking up of lighter material, bound compactly in tho small town where Joe lived nnd evenly over tlio rough foundation. troublesome questions dcsplto tlio mild of my extreme felicity, when I fell unuttcr-terabl- y "The roads of this kind, with mue- reproof of hor parents, ho concluded to safe from tho wiles of the female took a notion to give nn exhibition at the muko n clean breast of tho mntter, nnd world, there came a sylph-lik- o form robed close of his school, and although tho greet ndam for tho top surface, nro called Telford roads by English writers, from Tel- havo it over ut once, So ho said witli Hlnckburn was not a pupil, he was chosen In wtdpws weeds, floating as it were in mid calmness: ford, who first built them in England. air to my cabin door, just above those to play the part ol a darky. lie took Tho Central park 'gravel roads' belong "Well, we don't ltro together; we great pains in tho rehearsals and was weeds. Oh what a face. One could under this liend, gmvel taking the place think, ns wo can't ngrce, we'd better bragged on highly by tho teacher. Finally hardly behold it and live. Skin like drivof tho macadam of tho Telford roads. not." tho fateful night came and Joe was on. the Thcso foundation roads aro of fnrgreater Ho stilled n groan ns tho child began en snow, rofy lips, a delicate tint of strawimporlanco than nny other kind for again, nnd darted nn oxaspcrated look nt berry glimmering upon her cheek and an singe. It had long been his dream night, eye that sparkled like a bubble floating in Ho intended to act so well that his girl state, county or town roads, also for lier parents. But tho pernicious youngTho top surface ster would not bo quieted, nnd ut Inst sho would forever admire nnd lovo him. Lie parks nnd driveways. I have sunshine on a wave in blue ocean of nil thcso roads must havo n, certain exclaimed: read ol the beauties of that land of (lowers, peeped through tlio clumsy drop curtain inclination to causo efficient surfneo "Can't ngree? Tlicn why dpn't you Italy; have listened to such music as they to see if she was there, so impatient was he. drainage. Vnrlous authorities givo vari- fight it out as pa and ma do?" tell me lingers on the banks of the river There she was, and the denr thing had a ous rules for tho amount of this InclinaI nm unable to say what occurred subSho knew be was going to tion or sido slojio. Rhine, hove observed tho vesper birds of front seat. It would seem just sequently. Now York Tribune earth and have listened to their songs perform, and she had found a convenient that it should depend on tlio naturo of Cnpllul nml Invent Ion. tho top covering, being less or moro solid from the fragrant magnolia in the sunny chair so she could watch every move. Capitalist Huh I Want cnpitnl to The play went alorg in fairly good order than for looser or softer materials, nnd South, but, like liyron, by Adah, I turn a patent, eh? Well, you'vo como from these, yen, from heaven itself, to and Joe excelled himself. The old school nlso on tho grndo of tho road. "In Baden, ono of tho smaller German to tho wrong plnce. I haven't nny money shook him by the hand warmly. gaze upon that widow's faco 1 lelt glad master states, but which is worthy to bo tnken to risk on patents. for a moment that I hid read my JJible, The people encored him, nud, alter the perBusiness Man But in this caso there is as n model in matters of road building, for therein I nm taught to husband the formance, showered compliments on him. nnd in France, tho rlso nt tho center is no risk nt nil. Tho invention, though widow, so I turned loose, it would have Joe endeavored to see his' girl that evengiven ns 10 to of tho width of tho wonderfully attractive to tho nvcrngo g mind, is absolutely impractical. It won't rond, according to tlio naturo of tho madone you good to hate heard me. I had ing, but there was too much work. never dreampt till then that there was any nnd congratulation, and she escaped him. terial; thnt is, inclinations o? 1 in 20 nnd 1 in 30. Tho rules In Prussia prcscribo "What? You know it won't work and .Next aiiernoon, however, lie called upon 1 in my soul, but after was through with Inclinations of 1 in 21 for roads falling yet you como to mo for capital to" that speech, I felt surprised that the stars his fair one feeling very much elated cvir "Calm yourself, my 4enr sir. You seo moro than 1 in n hundred; nnd 1 in 18 hadn't lalltn from their etherial vault I Ins previous nigbl s success. She was at for roads on n grado of between 2 and 4 if wo know nt tho start that tho thing home. They nearly always are, though felt convinced that I had mud'' nn itnpn in 11 hundred; nnd 1 in 12 for thoso in a won't work wo shall expect no results but ala for human latrnlation, that sometimes send word to tho contrary. As grado of leas than 2 in a hundred. "When from it nnd need rt.u no risk. We Bim-pl- y form n big company, sell nil the sparkling eyo has caught sight ol the soon as Joe was fairly in the house he said first built tho center should bo made stock, pocket tho proceeds and let tho fcomo four inches too high to allow for beautiful home of a wnrmed-ovc- r lord in to his girl: stockholders do the developing. See?" "How did you like my acting last night?" after settling. the shape of Uncle Jimmie Ater, so ray "I sec. You shall havo all tho capital" (.FltT "Joe," said the mischievous damsel, a xo rrPT hopes are glimmering in the logs of the you want." Now York Weekly. past and now the coldest days that blow, Hash of bitter sarcasm showing in her Uncle .Jim can bo seen as he crosses the eyes, "I think you imitate a darky splenTlio Ainliltlnii rug. lull near by, his rheumatics straight under didly, but when it comes to a white man A smarter dog than my Mops don't exist. Tho other day n friend of mine, him, making railroad timo for that patch you fail gloomily." liALr or cnoss skction. This was too much for tho brave spirit, of weeds. I can see in the curling breath "If tlio stono for tho foundation for learned in tho ennino rncc, told mo ho and he wont ncross her fathers furm sinkwhich most nnything will do, and that wasn't puro bred; that puro bred pugs from his engine, as he passes by, the exshould havo the roof of tho mouth, black, ultant grin ol success over myesll. It ing his heel into tlio sod at every s'ep, kind should bo taken which is cheapest nnd that his was pink. An expression of to procure happens to bo got outchenp-cs- t nevermoro to return to her. seems etrango that he would gloat over the horror that I can't describe camoovcr in larger pieces than tho nbovo dimendownfall of an old (rienil. I am too gen tho poor beast's face nnd ho crept under sions, it will do no harm. This founda erous toward him to name the lady I)r. Hull's Huby Syrup is destined to tion course is sometimes set so a sofa fiB it were to hido his shame. Tho it as to pro-semight induce rivalry, lor I know of many supersede nil otber sjotbing sjruDs. Tbo nn inclination on top, nnd tho covor next morning our housemaid camo to mo others who ore hungry to marry. domain! for it is rcnlly aslon inhiriir. then put on of a uniform thickness over nnd asked thnt I send homo some blackPhy- Tattler, In Louisville Times. How to (Iiiintmrt Stinn roiinilntlun nmt Still Swinging His Old Dry Bonos Top Surface. I nm going to give you n little story np On ilio Willows That Deck tlio A roftlvay mado with small pioceu of furnished me by tho junior United States Stream of Timo. Senator from Kentucky. Tha lion Joe stone ilrtnly sot In jilaco in milled a mac- One nf tlio llenrly "Young peoplo nro terrors." Thli btutement at lenst is mndo by n Iirn Iiintanrr Milc1t M11U0 BABBAGE'S Ilia Llttln Ones. PMW&IK AIPM NOW Bargain For Spot Cash Only. Dtfz. lead pencils for 5 cts. Quires Note papef for 25 cts. Set Goblets for 25 cts." A good white slint tinlnundicd for 39 cts. Gent's Undershirts fpr 39 cents w.orlh 50 cts. Wash Uowels nnd Pitchers, best Stone China lor S5 cts. worth $1 00 Stone China Vegetable Dishes several shapes wo?h 5 2 j 30 4o will sell for 12 15 20 j 30 Glass Lnmps complete for 20, 25, 1 cer- risiiiMj i'oic tiii: twin .iiaiii: adam raid. Thero aro methods tain member of congress who represents W. W. BROOKS, IN 1 will mako Photographs any kind or stylo. CLOVERPORT. Cabinet, Csrd, Dally orTlntyptsntremonable pilcos. Alio largo work of any kind or style. KnUrgcuents mado from old pictures and Trained for $2.40 I alto make Crayon Having eighteen years ezperlenco In Photography, I will try to mako Photos or any " iu uoaBs ono ami an. uiro me a call, Now located over MAItTI.VS DIIUU SIORK. Clorerpott, Ky, I'or-trul- U. 5 1 1 "" s. N peda-agog- ue THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Al I I LIKE. (b. Ii, k ST. L. H. K.) A. SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND DEST LINK TO I St, Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. AND ALL POINTS West and Tim a p ivi iuuui Lv. Loulivllle 8:45 a.m. ..0:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. Arr St. Louli 7:45 " ...7:25 " Kvaruvllle 2:25 0:50 p.m. For further information, call on or address, JOS. S 00I0RNE, Qen'l l'nis. Ag't, Lomavllle, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. Pnwg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky, iiuie-va- .( m nil in Pffafii iu na uum vwi Ift hand-shakin- HlB ii itself. It was indeed a happy thought to print 011 entire novel in each number. Not a short novelette, but a long story such as you art used to get in took form and pay from one doll xr to one dollar and a halffor. Not only that, but with each number ou ye anabunXmce of other contributions, which g te you a food m igaxine besides the navel,' The riitging blows which have been struck 01 the g.ttewiy of popular favor, have resoumln throughout the entire land, and to day Upp'ii colt's Magatine stands in the front rani monthly publications, and is the most uiJeh of public ition of its kii.ti in t tiorid, I'or full descriptive circulars, ad,tir Lt'l'JXCO TTS MAGAY.NB, I'hiladetp $y 00 per year. 25 els, single number The publisher of this paper will recency , lubscnption. J r ipns'corrs mac.ay.inb,u awith u, varied and txctlttnt contents, titrart Tumblers for 1; cts. Gold band Cream Pitchers only 20 cents. Plain Stone China Cream Pitch-cr- s 12 cts. Large size Stone China Pitcher 39 cts. worth 50 cts. Two-quagold band pitchers only 43 cents. Glass Fruit Saucers for 18 cents. Glass Pickle Dishes 5 cents. Glass Molasses Stands 20, 30 anp 40 cents, very cheap. Glabs Preserve Stands 15, 25 and 30 cents, a bargain. Wall Paper and Border to cover a mudiutn sized room, only .$1.00, Gent's Linen Collars only 10 cts. Linen Cuds per pair 15 cts. uecoratccl rarlor Lamps l0r.f2.0o rt 30, 35 cents. i Set Glass Halt-doze- n for $1.00. worth $3.00. Turkish prunes only 5 cents a pound. 3 Pounds dried peas for 10 cts. 16 Pounds New Orleans sugar $A j Try our hams, the finest in the market. A splendid mixed tea for 50 cts. a pound. The Nkws, Bkeckknridok Weekly Courier-Journa- l and a ticket in our Grand Gift Distribution, for $2.00. Try our blended tea. per pound. Glass Tumblers only set. Only 5CC 15 cts. per , JU ST THE THING! A Noble Premium for Every Subscriber. n do, in nearly nil cases, to set tho foundaPvJ tion courto on iv level, or as near so ns tho stones will allow, nnd then mnko tho llEPRODUCED top crowning, by making tho covering Ho Ilmlu't Lost JIopo, say threo-qua- i tors of nn inch or nn inch "I can nover bo moro limn a sister to How o Prosper. less thick nt tho edges than in thocenter. AI11111I Hut Weill lie r. Tho stones forming tho foundation should you," said n buxom widow, tenderly, to For the Ilreckenrnlge Newt. So far the winters of 188!) und 1890 have not bo set in rows, nor over laid on their an old bachelor who had proposed. To do this, you must lime hut one been pretty much alike. The years 1815 "Ah, madam, yes, you can," ho reflat sides, but set up on edgo nnd mado know it thorough and attend perand 181(1 wero also very mild. I often tcbrcak joints as much as possibloj that sponded, gallantly. "I nm not a man to lie sonally to its minutest dotaili heard my father talk about those winter, is, Bet up irregularly. After they nro set loso hope." "Yes, hut I say I cannot," sho perconcentrate your energies in a nnd in this short article I will try to give up, tho points that project nbovo tho and supreme fllorl to coiirjuer some of the facts as my fntbor gave them general lovel may ho broken off, nnd tho sisted. "You havo daughters, madam, ho Keep jour own count c uttend success. to mo. In lHlfj very little snow fell in interstices generally filled up with small said; "you may yet bo my mother-in-law.- " As follows: Exclusively for Subscribers for strictly lo bimitiess and never dabble in name of I'liil. 'I hink he has gone to l.u. t November and December, in January stone. Yenowino's News. "Moro in) thine, foreign to it. Curtail jcur ex- his girl, who lelt here tor Henderson I8H1, ii was mild the sun was shining sary in or less caro and work nro neces this part of tho operation accordcounty some weeks since. Knowing that most every day during the month penses, never sacrifice sufeij lor prospectNot ulte That. The ing to tho importnnco of tho road nnd I want to ask that ive larne returns, cut nhort jour losses your paper reaches her, Son S.'iy, father, I want a hundred. people thought February would be coll, tho depth nnd character of tho material Don't 1 of uso me, for I'm earning money. and let jour profits run on Make your she brand him pluiuiy and ship him home. but that month turned out very also. used for tho top covering. To roll tho Father Ah! Is that so? What nro Yours, prime movers mdustrj, economy and fair Amis. road at this stage is to bo recommended; Tho month ofMarch was cold and stormy. -- ANDyou doing? dealing. It is the merest rant and bosh Tho A great many people called the year, a afterwards it becomes a requisite. Son Tho stage. I'm nn actor. I am A gluat t ictory in the State of New Jer to bo to rely on Luck. He is always i yer without a summer In April it wis point nover coursolost sight of is that this playing tho Governor just at present. sey said to be eccigtd in little olse but foundation must remain jwrous, and smoking, waiting lor big pr s in lotvery cold during May tho ice was one Father Not forn hundred, if tho Govmust bo pervious to water, so that nil teries or Ijing abed expecting a letter with the manufacture of bottles for Dr. Hull's inch thick on tho streams The fruit EACH COPY of the picture will be very carefully packed, so as to tree rain water that shall soak through tho ernor knows it! Low-el- l Citizen. Cough Sjrup. Price '.'j cents. news of a legacy. On the contrary, Labor reach subscribers in good condition, and will be delivered blofSoms and the young corn were frozen. top covering will find through it means I have been Buffering the pust three A WWu Tool. and Pluck are the invincible heroes who Carriage Free. Some farmers built large fires around their of escapo to tho ground underneath; "I beo you aro growing bald; what do One boltle of fields Tbey strike out new months with rbuiiimitiem. conquer success. nnd ibe smoke nnd beat saved some thence, according to tho naturo of tho you attribute it to':" paths, create, think, plan, origirate. lake Salvation Oil gave enitre relief. of the young corn. In June snow and ice subsoil, it is left cither to soak into the "Hard study." FilANK O'imiAN Ilaltimore, Md all legitimate risk, toil to mrmount by ground or must bo further led away by cjuld bo found, vrgHaolos were a failure "Why do you study so hard?" Over-estimate- d. appropriate drains." The glorious gnlaxy of auccess'ul When the rjo was in blossom, six inches "Trying to solve tho problem of mak-ing- a The Coinilrj t siiicr. .Another authority in tho samo work. business men and illustrious authors have living without work." West Shore. It iii the habit of a ood many people of snow fell, and some furmers took long writing upon tho top surfaco for n stono REMEMBER. This reproduction of The Angclus by the Olcoeraphic all been hard workers. Shun bad comlines, went across their fields and pulled road, says: and of some rt process, after months of careful preparation, is in the 14 Oil Colors of city newspapers to AVlint He Whs In Tor. pany and the prevalent vices of the Jay oil the snow. All the farmers who did "Experienco has shown that whilo six Original, and is the only copy of this world-fame- d masterpiece in its Visitor (to convict) What aro you in burrowing friend more than speak slantingly ol the country newsNever loan a paper. 'I here is a Inrue stock ol old jokes that got no rje; those who left the snow inches may boa sufficient depth for light for, friend? colors either in this country or Europe. ou are able to lone if he can not pay, and travel, twelvo to eighteen inches nro j on got about half a crop Tho Ith of Convict For taking cold, sir. necessary if heavy loads must bo carried The artist carefully studied the original in Paris for the color and never take a loan on importunity. Never constantly going the rounds tending to July was very cold and windy, on the OJi nt nil seasons of tho year. For country Visitor For taking cold? ridicule and beliule tbo weekly periodical shading, and for the outlines copied the celebrated steel engraving of borrow money to rpeculute with. AcConvict Yes, sir. I nipped n freezer "The Angclus" by the great engraver, Chns. Wnltncr. This lcprodttc- ico formed on tbo waters ot Now York, macadam roads tho limits would bo quire knowledge it is only enlightened which is the moirhpiece and organ of the Pennsj Ivania and six and twelve inches, according full of ico cream. Yenowino's News. some of tho other Fast- county seats and smtiller cities nnd villagtion is a to tho character of tho subsoil. For tho men who hold their own with the surging ern States. In August, ice formed ball thorough construction of macadam roads masses who throng the roud to riches es The uhuuI drift of such humor is to An JJclljuo. an inch thick -:- Wonderfully-:-Truthful-:-Copy:September and October the stones nro now crushed by machinery Mother I'm nfraid your husband is Avoid law und legal fpuMileB of every show the supposed poverty, greenness, and nnd then rolled with steam road rollers wero warm. All cropj were a failure lack of ability nnd dignity ol the country going to bo ill. How did ho look this In discussing business agreements kind inches in size. of the original, just a trifle smaller 17x20 Corn sold for from $1 60 to ?5 per bushel. of ten to fifteen tons weight. Tho weiglit morning at breakfast? editor Of course there aro country new of tho roller per squaro inch on tho bearMake all the money you can keep cool The tableau presented In this great painting, as says the Now York Herald, "Is in no yr'.ie 1, I8U0, n gentleman told me On January Young Wife I didn't seo him; he was ing surfacQjHhould bo equal to tho expapers and country newspapers, and and do all the good you can with it, rebeautiful except by color sentiment." And the Now York Churobman j "The erer deepening charm of The Angelus Is that It Is inexhaustibly charged with praise, faith and ampliation. country editors nnd country editors Some thnt bo saw dandelions and cherry trees pected weight, per squaro inch, under reading tho paper. Life. membering that be who liirs for himsell Says the Now York Eun : Those nhom it pleases at first light will like It hotter as tbey know in bloom, also, saw robins and heard frogs tho wheels of tho heaviest loads. are good, some bad and somo indiflerent "Wliero thorough work of tho best alone lives for tlio mennest man in creaIt more." Tlio Disturbing Unutn. croak On January 'JOih. light rain; 21 t character is wanted, engineering skill I'lisy dill'er its much ns oily newspapers Hut while, as says the Chlcigo Herald, "the charm of Tbo Angolus lies too deep for critition. If you are engaged in public busi t!1 very warm, on the mornim? of nnd experienco nro renulsite. but tho cism," namely, In the moral and religious sympathios It inspires, yet, without tbo genius disand city editors. Hut our observation fair and ness advertise it. lie punctual in meeting eral methods may bo briefly stated, so played by Millet In the color work of the painting it would lo deprived of the great !nfluon;e It leaches us that the country newspapers the 22d the thprmometer was down to 12 promised pnyments. Keep short imparts upon all who attentively examine it. The perfection of art, It has been well said, Is to degrees, and the wind blowing nt the rate inut wjiorover uau siougus need mnng up and the country editors will average up conceal nrt, and In The Angelus the great artist has so well succeeJel that muny who have with'stone, tho macaduin plan may bo Settle often, lie clear and of about 10 miles per hour ull day I) N. followed at least approximately. gated upon the painting have imagined they could Tho in making bargains. He civil and well with nil the other business institutrench or road bed should bo dug out to tions and business men of their respective Kern, iu Practical Farmer. obliging as well as decisive und prompt tho required width and depth, tho larger A localities thriving countrv locnlitv e stones should then bo solectcd nnd firmly with customtrs, mid do not Soro Throat, Hacking Cough, Chest packed together across tho foundation In the distance. In this the coplci in black and white now on the market cheap lithographs your capital, finally, in the maturity of will always be represented by n neat, tidy, etchings, or photographs utterly fail ns subrtltutes for the natural color work of tbo famous in irregular courses, in tho general form Pains, Ac , cured by Inking the great rembright and able country newspaper life, don't rust nut by retiring from busA picture, and, therefore, can give but a very weak and unsatisfactory Idea of the merits of the of n street pavement. Thoy should nil shiftless localiiy will often be represented edy, "C. C. C Certain Cough Cure." Sold rest on their llattestor broadest great original, and are, accordingly, of little, if of any, real value. iness Keep bright by ueful eflort, resurfaces, O. W. Short. nnd tho thin or jagged edges upward. membering that industry and happines by n shiltless paper, but in most cases t' e by Tho interstices or spaces should bo closepaper is lar Ahead of its V. 0. II are inseparable ly filled up with chips nnd tho wholo Minneapolis Tribuno-Sto- r. Whitesville Ky., March 10 lM) layer bo well rammed or rolled into n Studying it in Its color sentiment, so etscntUl to the life of th( great ptcturo, The ChurchLouisville 31urltcl Iteporl. man (New York) justly says : "Such a picture can never lose Its vuluo." solid mass. 'I'lie ."l'iv lllni'iilri) , Tin; Itiilnliow or Promise 1 tie prlco paid for it by tbo American Art Association at the auction rooms in Paris, "On top of this placo n layer of finely $110,GOO, has been justified by all who bnve wisely examined the great painting, while, assays You have heard your friendB nnd neighfrom tho store honsp of nnlure came by inbroken utono of tho thickness requisito Puhlio Opinion, "The good, sweet and gracious influence this pafnting has exerted In tbo bors talking about it. You mny voursell tuition a priceless boon lo the human race, M Corrected weekly by II. W. Herndon & Co., to bring tlio surfneo to grado, with n world Is incalculable." do great was ine inuuence 01 mis picture on the 1'arlslans, that thoso vr good crown in tho center. This should through which physical sufferers In untold Commission Merchants, Ut 3d street. be one of the many who know from when thoy taw that the American bidders would present the auction sale hurst bo rolled until tho whole mass is firmly Professor Wayback Silence! thcre'u probablyatremove it from France. Into tears experience just how good a thing is. thousands are made lo rejoice in the Apples fancy . $3 50 t 3 75 bound together, nnd then covered with no need of so much noise. Who it " common Jf you liuve ever tiied it, ou are oue ol restoration of health, and all the blessing, 3 00 , 3 20 sharp gravel or fine screenings of broken that's so loud? stones of sufficient depth to bed nnd bind Potatoes 1 10 70 its staunch friendB, because the wondeifiil joys and pleasures thereunto pertainirg. Scholars (with eyes centered upon protho layer of broken stone. In tho f uturo 4 00 3 50 thing about it is, that wlioo once given u "Swill's Specific (S S S.) has beou n Onions 2 fessor's npporel) Please, sir, 'taint none Inches In site. But art Is not measured by Inches. The painting is but 21 maintenance or such n road tho most imDried Apples 3 Hero is a brief description of tho picture i trial, Dr. Kings New Discovery ever after blessing to me portant point is to prevent tho formation of us. LiDDlncott's. Alllicled with rheuIt represents a young man and a maiden pausing In their work In the field to listen to tho "All l Not Uut." of ruts, by keeping tho surfneo so uniIf you have matism and female weakness for a Dried Peaches holds a place in the house tolling of the Mngelus," themselves joining in evening prayer. The sun has already limit Hay good 0 00 10 00 formly oven that thero will bo no induce Tho modern child is an analyst. Tho it and should bo ulllictcd with never used number of years, during which time I took below tho horizon. Tho sky Is still luminous with tbo warm golden light whlcb gives a peculOats, Northern white 32 33 ment for travol to follow beaten tracks. smnll kid was playing with tho scissors, fiottts. The young couplo have been busy harvesting the iar glowing light to the surrounding a cough, cold or any Throat, Lung or a great deal of medicir.o, nothing giving Tho cost of tho macadam structure pre- and his kindly old grandmother chldcd b'.Corn Tbey stand quietly in the foreground, their figures clearly cut against the vivid 28 potato crop, 30 Chest trouble, secure a bottlo at once und mo relief but Swilis Specific (S S. S ) cludes its uso on country roads, excopt him: background. Their attitudes express the devout religious sentiment nf rustio piety. Both Wheat. 75 78 in occasional bad spots wliero stono is give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every send in silence a feeling prayer to their Maker, whllo tbo bolls aro ringing the "Angelus" the What I suffered nnd endured befure com"You mustn't play with tho scissors, Veal calves 4 5 00 necessary," evening prayer It. tho belfry of tho quaint littlo village church, which Is seen f.ir nwny on tho time, or money refunded. Trial Uottlos mencing on Swift's Specific (S. S. 8j ii Kgga dear. I known little boy jusl like you 11 12 horlson, clearly defined against the golden sky. Tliu 1'lri.t Mcii. Freo at fl. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky , painful to even think about, but after tak-in- g Hutter who was playing with a pair of scissors 12 -:- 15 Perhaps you aro run down, can't oat just llko that pair, and ho put them and J. A, Witt, Hurdinsburg, Ky in that medicine I got well, and have con- Chickens Spring 2 25 2 50 can't sleop, can't (hink, can't do anything his eye nnd put his eyo out and ho never OUR OFFER. tinued to enjoy tto best of health since. 1 Chickens, old 2 75 3 25 iniiiiu unotc Him iiiuiu. to your satisfaction, and you wonder what could seo nnything over after." Any ono who will send us $2 15 will receive for ono year both "Tho Breckenridge 0 10 Gross Now, look here, cn not ny moro tlnn I be'ieve In tlio Turkeys, live Captain "Jack ails you, You should heed the warning, Tho child listened patiently, and said, News" and "Tho New York Voice" and also a copy of "Tho Angelus," mailed free of " drossod 11 praise orSwlft's Specific (S S. S.) 12 old fellow, you didn't exactly quote me you are taking tbo first step Into Nervous when she got through: In our Grand Gift Distribution. I'eatlieri prime 38 30 MllH M. A. Pt.KI.KII, "What was tho matter with his other expense, also a tlckot aggressive temperance right on that gambling question. What Proetrntion. You need a nervo tonio, and Feathers mixed paper (8 pages). "The Volco" is nn 25 It devotes much ipa.e to 35 Morgantown, N C. I did say was, that it was impossible to in Electric Hitlers you will find the exact eye?" Exchange Family Holding. It has a circulation of incro than 100,000 conies per week. 1 Hg VA whero make known the offer, and uio It to secure new subsorlberr. Treatise on Blood nnd Skin Diseases Utoswax Let our friends every stop gambling unless you wiped out all remedy for restoring your nervous system 21 ltemember that tho subject of tho ptcturo is eminently good. It will bo an Insjlrat'on in sorts of gambling. Don't slop nt oonlz mailed free. to its normal, healthy condition. SurprisTallow 4 uuj uuuituvm. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO , Atlanta, Ga. Iicgln at the rirltemeinber that this is not n ohesp lithograph, or a black and whito sketch, but Is an ing results follow the uso of this great Oreen Hides md poker and lotteries. 4 3J tidMtMkMJsMlli TttsMrffMrl'M "Oleograph in Fourteen Colors," a wonderlully correct copy of tho orlgino! painting, and "Not Nervo Tonic and Alterative. Your nppe-petiDry IIIJo..l bottom and root them all up. Critic 0 7 v j iiniiiifni iiroup and Whooping Cough in ChiU to be had except with the Voice " returns, good digestion is restored, , Sheep Pelts 1 00 40 Present rubscrlbers for our paper, nbo are not "Volco" sulicrlberf, can receive T te Voice and tho Liver and Kidneys resume healthy For all kinds of job printing in the lat- dren speedily relieved nnd cured by "C. C Oiniong , j 'ii 2 60 action. Try a bottle. Prlco BOc. at O. VV. one year on J The Angelui by sending us $1.15. Address style, call at the HiiwKr.viiinoi: Nkws C. Certain Cough Cure." Warranted Vollow Hoot est 22 Short's, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt's, JjYO, Sold by 0 W, Short. cilice. May A) pie Hoot 3 fly Hurdinsburg, ivy. Editor and Publliher of The Breckenridge News, Finely Illustrated. liuai-inoi- self-relia- considerable excitement in this neighborhood, over n novel enterprise that is being carried on by parties as yet unknown Two flocks ol sheen are being picked of their Hpcco by night and the material taken, manufactured into stockCan't soy who the parties are, but ings we lound wool on Mori's nnd Junius' breeches, and their sweethearts are well suppueu wiui yarn rownra ot la cents is oflered lor tho apprehension of the offenders. Send your detective Strayed From the undersigned a long gangling young man who answers to the is There sicians recommend it. Discuses ol tlio kidneys and liver, jaundice, dyspepsia, irregularities of the stom-nc- h or the bowels, are promptly cured by the ue of Lnxodor the wholo bicadth. This is perhaps best, but is somewhat moro expensive It will ing, "for," baid she, "the dog has stolen tho other box nnd is out in tho kitchen using his paws to paint the roof of his mouth with it." From tho German in Philadelphia Times. "P 1 T I BW JO U IN 14 OIL COLORS, At a Cash Outlay of Nearly $6.000 GfVEN FREE REGKEN T NEWS h n-- i.d-'le- i , THE VOICE, of NEW YORK, i 31 sue-ce- s. The Value of this Offer Cannot be h over-Mna- m 1 ! k ex-P'i- over-trad- Hear the Church Bells Ringing The Great Value of the Angelus. 45 1 per-H)ii- , '' Its Size and Subject. f ' STJBSOBIBE JSrQW. -- to m 1 d. babb age, Clover, ort, Ky. -- J - - tKJIv .Ji. f v. tJilj.