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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890032601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. TwSpwIm1 gjggggi!'. imagf! lmmff7amtkMmmimmiViifiMt' , . 'ft tr THE BRECKENRID GE NEWS CLOVEKPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1890. NO. 35. Leonard VOL. XIV. 1 Jh&i 1 EK Heath's Fortune. CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! dollars worth ot chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. 50-cen- ts two-third- Thousands of s For sale by G. W. Short. Clovorpori, Ky. STOP TOOIt COUGH TPITH Cnros Conglis, C0M9, Hoarseness, Croup, Whooping Cough, Ilroncliltls, Incipient Consumption, nml Trill consumptivo patients in singes ; will euro when enra-nbl- c. re-Ho- ed and roliovo in llio worst cases. Sco (lint C. C. C. is Mown in orory bottle- and take no other. Prioo 25c. J. O. MENDENHALL & CO., sole proprietors, evaiv&viixk, Indiana. sold by dhuaoists generally. Rcmovo Corns, Worts & Bnnlons with A BOTTLE. 25 C3tm. WAHUANTED BY SOLD AND . r-F- CERTAIN CORN CURE. Aii rransisks iiilu-- -., Worth EtlUU.UU, ItrilfW truth In tht worlJ. tlmekttper Warranted hear?, SOLID GOLD nuntinr ttMl 1 Doth ladiea'andcentatlsei, with work and eatet or equal raiua UP! riBSomn each localitr ran lec&rt on Ore. lorttber with our larrc 1 vaiuauia iinvoiaatMiavnwiu 'tHAKTIflWTr.K- ar fVce. All lha work yotv oar ad do It lo how what wa aand yen, to thoaa who call-r- rvaulfa frlendi and nelahboraand tboaa about bKrn"ra inpira UlK 2nl.l Mtsvr MAHOIIU FREt. rncl HRPEjn imMnehiiv4',j f.fM i.iii. fj !' lnalttablatrdforu,whUhboMiforyriwhnotcaaUrled, aodthotwaara repaid. W iay H oipwaa, ftclf M, ou can yoa know all, if you would Ilka to t to work for ua, earn rroro Ktlnaun 00 Co. v " ,11oxH12, Portland, Maine. -10 week and opwardi. Addreaa, m & Packet Line. Passenger, Mail and Express Boats. For all way landing!, between Loulirllle and UenJonon, the elegant and fleet iteameri JAMES QUTHRIK. TELli CITY, CITY or OWBNSBORO. One of the above fine sldewheel iteamera pan up and down dally. Splendid aoeommodatiom fjr atook. and 178 Fonrth street, General office Louisville, Ky. W. W. HITE, Pret. D. L. Pesnv, Supt. c X Louisville, St, Louis & Texas R, R. Co, 3STO. .TIME SCHEDULE, Tnktn? Effect :Ai 5:00 o'clck HVa Bound 11. A. H., Sunday, Feb, 23, 1890. Ttnint STATIONS. xrBR88. 8.00a u LT...UnlonDepot,Lout8v'e..Ar. Kentucky Street rf.16 i, .Alma Jlouie '. Milk AND Rial Hound Trawi UUI. AND 1.20pm 1.05,. ' i . . 0.00 ,. u.32 0,41 B.62 10,02 10.13 10.23 10.32 l6.4T 10.57 , , I'leaaure Ttldge Park Valley Meadow Lawn Ulver View Wot Point .Hook Haven Long Ilranob Brandenburg -- 12.25 M ....Ekron Ouaton lt.OJ II ,S 11,22 "ll.'SIUu 12;08rM 12.23 12.31 ltIS U.62 ; ' jf,49 1,05 1.15 .. .. , Irvlngton Webitor Lodlburg Pierco Sample Stephenaport Holt ...Clovcrport Sklllman Hawesvllle ;.... Faloon...., Lowlaport Power .Potea Owenaboro 12.02 .. 11.62am 11.10 .. 11.31 .. 11.20 .. 11.00 .. 10.811 10.47 10.37 10.30 10.10 10,10 .. . .. .. - 0.64.. 0.C0 0.39 0.23 .. , i,0 An f2.07 2.10 .. '.S.OjrMArr... Stanley W'orthlngton Spottavllle llaaketta llenderaon 8.60 .. 8.30 .. - 8.23 ..Lve 8.11am 7.45 7.34 7.11 M 7.05 ., Lve 8.80am ment to remember tho dismay nnd anguish Iio had cnuscd at home. IIo gloatBj HEBEOOA HABDIMQ DAVIS. ed over it rather, picturing his return among them loaded witli his fairy-lik- e ird"Saw licr now in tno open uoor, gifts. In his long, solitary overlings, through whlcli tlio'llreliglit streamed out 8itllngovcr tho stove, ho used to plan warmly Into tho night. "All right "Win-nyhis in a hundred dilTcrcnt ho called. At which alio nodded ways, for ho was but u boy, under all, brightly nml went in. and nn affectionuto boy. "Titer's nono kin fill tho old man's He had read accounts of tho finding of placo to her,"' ho said, as ho mudo a short men, nndholikcdtocom-par- e cut through tho 'privet bushes to the his own story with them. But door. "Sho keeps u frightened sort of they wero but commonplaco mysteries. ) watch on me, as though I too might dis His was liko soiiio wondrous tale. appear and leuvo hcrnlono. Good Lord! Ho found tho cellars under tho houso IIo stopped short, looking about the garcrannies and damp full of den nnd fields beyond, from which tho recesses. Two or thrco times a day ho late October chill and damp drew heavy felt his hand upon tho treasure. Onco scents, sweet and tainted with a heap of old papers fell out of ono cob"It's tho very dayl Fivo web covered shelf. IIo found again a Tlier wcro low canl bin half filled with worm eaten years this night. clouds flying over tho moon, too, just as ledgers. Disappointments, but now, and this cold, deathly wind, and that served to heat still more theso unwholcsomo smells, llko plants his sangulno fancy. strewed over corpses. Kin sho hov Weeks crept into months, and then Ho hurried tflt, tho door, as Leonard began to grow hungry for somethough some ghost pursued him, stop- thing outside of tho treasure or its promping again to glanco fearfully around. ise. IIo had not calculated on his own Tlicro was n certuin chill, a hush in weakness. At times ills solitudo was intho uncanny night, as though soma tolerable. Thero wcro days when ho presenco camo slowly, steadily would have given up all for tho sound nearer. In tho many noises of tho wind, of a word from Winny or ono sight of through tho forest just within sight, ho Joo's sooty face. fancied ho detected a cry almost human He used to steal back to look intho in its want and pain. lighted windows in the evenings, hang "Was it a bansheo that Len said cried round tho road all day, in tho hopo that on tho night when a Heath died, and, on some of tho family might pass that way, that night for years after camo back to with a mingled relief nnd bitter anger if 'mind them that was livln' of tho dead?" thoy did, nnd thoy did not rccognizo Tho darkness, the cry, his own ghastly him. fancies, drew him to tho door; ho opened But tills fever of homesickness in timo it and camo in headlong, witli a pale lost its force. In his own long failure, face, at which they all laughed. Joo's steady, moderate success began to "Hero is your dry coat nnd elippers, goad and madden him. IIo gradually uncle," said Winny, and now that ho ceased to plan for Winny or Joe: passion IIo and lova cooled into morbid, sorrowful was in sho sat down contented, could not tell, furtively glancing around, remembrance. Real lifo to him was whether thoy remembered tho day or narrowed down to success tho hidden not. Joe, who sat smoking ills pipo on treasure. Tho little canker of avarice, tho other sido of tho fire, was quieter which in tho boy's original nature was than usual, and Bessy, resplendent in as inconsiderable as tho leprous spot on her new merino, moro gossipy, but keeptho stately walls of tho Jow'a dwelling, ing, ho noticed, a closo motherly watch began to slowly cat its deadening and over Winny. Ilowover, sho always did certain way. that. As for Winny, no ono could ever It is a history which wo have no mind tell what sho thought. to follow minutely.. Tho lad w.vs a Sho was tho same chubby, dumpling brave, gallant, candid lad. Tho love of littlo body that sho had been flvo years money creeps on many such as lie, llko ago. Sho rolled about tho house- rather a parasite on a sturdy trco, leaving nil than walked. There were tho soft color beneath it poisonous and rotten. You and shy dimples coming and going on can find such young men in every tho honest face, and sudden laughter in shop or street. Leonard, shut by his tho dark eyes, that mado everybody long lovo of dramatic efTect into this solitude, to hug her and mako friends with her fell n quicker victim. For tho first year for ever. But while she had once been or two ho used to prowl in his disguise the fondest girl in tho country sido of out in tho evenings even made bomo dances and gayety and pretty dresses, eating house acquaintances; but the zest she lived, since her strange widowhood of nd venture Boon palled; when among began, utterly ulono but for tho old man men of his own age, his gray beard and, and tho companionship which Joo and assumed treblo becamo loathsome, and Bessy gave them. Apart from them, too, disgusting to him. Yet ho could not lay under allj her affectionate, cheerful man- them off, and bo surrender tho wealth ner, in tho absolute silence in which she which tho next day might yield. covered her loss. For the idea of the treasure grow and Ben could not tell if sho remembered grew liko a noxious living tiling within what night had como again. Ho forgot him, devouring all healthier natural to speculate about it. Tho fire was so strength. IIo searched in old books for big and hospitable; tho room, witli its now accounts of recovered estates, and studied green carpet aud iiomo mado lounges, so tho English law on every point that exactly tho picture of comfort and home could help him hereafter. IIo was rewhich ho and Winny had planned; and solved not to bo altogether a tool in the through tho open door thero camo glimphands of Ludlow. That worthy, how-ove- r, ses of tho bright kitchen and whlffsof tho after tho second year of unsuccessfat pullets roasting a dainty brown. Once ful effort, appeared lo havo surrendered Mrs. Joo brought back his vaguo fears: all hope of success; ho forwarded reguwhen tho door was inadvertently opened larly the small sum duo to Heath for his sho hurried to closo it. caro of tho houso a sum sufficient to "It is a wretched night," sho said, shiv- keep alive but ceased to oven inqulro ering. "I fancy the dead would choose as to tho progress of his search. to bo out in such wind and white moonAfter a tlmojie used to send tho money This circumstanco light, if they can como back" stopping in a blank paper. and stammering as sho looked at Winny. stung Leonard witli a certain terrible "Coming along tho edge of tho woods pain. Ludlow was tho only man who yonder, I fancied I heard tho cry of some know his real name. Theso quarterly wild beast in them. I told Joo bo." letters with their few words insido to "It was tho wind," said Joe. "But it "Leonard Heath," wero tho solo tie that liad curious sound, sergeant. No wonheld his old self bound to his fellow men. der' it skert a woman. It was liko a Now that was cut looso ho was liko ono dying beast in a cage." dead. After that I think ho could never have "I heerd it." Tho sergeant hurried away from tho subject, and so did Joe. been called a sano man, so entirely did It was tho happiest evening since thoy the one idea master and trample out of camo into their new home. The work and sight all others. There was, however, bustlo of moving were over, as well as tho method in his madness. Tho present hard strugglo of years, and tho warm, houso he know had been built by the quiet sense of home was real for the first Fontaines on or near tho original Heath homestead. Tho covered entrance, theretime. Only onco it was jarred. Leonard, Joo's fore, to tho secret vault could not bo oldest boy, having been admitted as a many rods removed from it. Beginning special graco to sit up for supper, prowled in the cellars, he subjected every foot about tho room, to tho discomfort of evof ground within nn acre of the erybody but ills mother and Winny, who houso to probing and digging. The It was imposvied with each other in spoiling him. ground was rocky. Finally ho crept up into an old leather sible to guess how deep tho had been covered by tho fallchair that stood vacant, shining in tho firelight, in tho warmest corner, curled ing walls of tho house. Obliged to work up his fat legs and prepared to go to sleep. secretly, and much of the timo at night, Thero was a sudden silonco in tho room, it is no wonder that years passed with as though a ghost had stood among them. his task yet unfinished. It was the first timo sinco Leonard Heath A man does not sink into tho naturo had disappeared that his place had been of a greedy, soulless polypus at one unfilled, though tho chair had waited va- broken fall. There were times when cant through all thoso years. They Leonard Heath camo up out of tho pits wero superstitious, and this was a suro of yellow clay in which ho dug, and omen to them of his death. "Lot the stood staring with dulled eyes down tho child stay," cried ills mother, with a sunny slopes of grass dotted with goldpalo face; "ho is tho only ono of his en dandelions, or into tho dusky lines name that will over sit in that place." of forest trees that shut him in. Ho But Winny shook her head and took had never, in his best moments, been a tho boy hastily up, holding" him tight to man akin to nature, or cognizant of hor her breast and rocking hliu to sleep, secrets, yet there weighed upon liim whilo hor eyes rested on tho placo left now a senso of bittor loss of having vacant, as though sho had tho second fallen below tho lovel of manhood by Bight, and Leonard Heath sat there alivo some unknown misstep which ho could beforo her. never regain. Ho would walk feebly IV. about a while, as though trying to gropo It had not been difficult for Leonard at omo lost idea, and then go back to to ovado ail pursuit. There was someliis grubbing again. tho underthing in his secret flight.-'iSometimes, on quiet Sunday aftertaking itself, that suited precisely his noons, a group of young mechanics morbid, silly imagination and long cher- with llicir sweethearts would saunter ished dreams of romance. Ho hid him- down tho lane and into tho woods in tho sun self in tho old Fontaino house, leaving thoir gay dresses all to Ludlow tho purchnso of tho stoyo and and wind, and their chatter and laughold pieces of furnituro which would ter echoing tlirougli tho trees. Now, tho mako it habitable for him, Ho took a old man, as thoy called him, was in tho keen delight in donning the rusty wig habit of following the boys about who and half worn old Quaker dress which camo nutting there, and try very timLudlow bought him, and had all tho triidly to join in thoir talk or jokes, but umph of a successful actor when Joe, on when theso lovers camo ho hid himself his visit of inquiry to tho houso a wcok In tho house, out of all eight and heartutor, was baffled by tho deaf old man ing of them, who peered at him through spectacles, Ono winter tho old man was missed; brushing nlongoldo of him whiloho gaththoro was a littlo shop whoro ho was ered hla fagot of wood. Perhaps tho first used to go to buy a bit of meat or canmonth of his solitary sojoura thero was dles: ho showed himself but onco or tho most satisfying of Leonard Heath's twice at tho counter, and then it was Ufa. It had all tho strong lines and with bo ghastly and haggurd a face shadows of n melodrama. Thero that Mrs. Byan, tho shopkeeper, whoso was tho uttor solltudo, the ghosts of the heart was clean and Bwcct under hor long dead inmates of the old homestead, dirty woolen sacquoi Qjjfrcd nil sorts l" homo-coming long-murderdo-ca- y. disap-pointmen- ta ?' Kora-brandt the tedious work of search, and behind of womanly help To "tho" lono creature. every moment the splendid possibility of Heath refused it surlily, and crept back tho treasiuo nnd sudden opening of tho' to his den, as ho thought, to die. Some enchanted gates of which it was tho key. low, intermittent fever ll5d snpped all But It did not dull a whit his zest of enjoy- tho strength out of him. secret, not tho self must hear and answer. But tho shock of his volco only loosened tho pebbles from tho wall, nnd they rolled Whai- rattling to tho ground. Toward tho closo of tho third day, iiMM Him nn iiiimi ijMssssssssMsssisassssaaaMasrii ypf would when ho lay down in n new pluco on obstinacy. IIo kept ills not summon a physician. In tho long, thuhiicks, a gust of damp air struck feverish nights ho had called for Winny his face. Then it occurred to him to and Joe; tho lung btarved lieait woke wonder why tho vault had been free to torturo him. But In tho morning his from noxious gases. Thero must bo some opening to the outer air. Housed purposo remained firm. and startled, ho d lagged himself up and alth. Thero was but ono trcasuio in If that waslost what did death crawled to the wnll from whence tho draught came. Tho earth was lightly Oaitorin Is Dr. Saml Pltelior'a old, harmlosa anil quick onro for matter? Iufnnta' nnd Children's Complaints. Superior to Castor OH, Yet, during tho ensuing summer, he heaped; ho cleared It away and found mado but few efforts in his old search; a passage. It wns, in fact, a continuaParcRorio op Nnrootlo Syrups. Chlldronry for Castoria. Million of Motbora blosn Caktorla, used to sit for hours in tho sun, half tion of the tunnel in tho op)osite direction, hut Heath was too weak to leason. asleep an old, broken man, in truth. Cnatorin cures Colic, Constlnntlon ; How long ho wns in creeping tlirougli " I recommend Castoria for chlldren'n It wns by accident, at last, that sucSour Btomach, Dlarrluua, Kructatlon ; complaints, as superior to any presort pUon cess camo to him. Ho was groping one ho never knew. (lives healthy sloop ; also aids digestion ; known to me." II. A. Ancuea. M. D.. There was a blast of cool night ulr: Without uarcotla stuiicfactlon. day in tho cellar for coal, when he disIll So. Oxford St., llrooklyn, N.Y. lodged a looso stone, and n blast of a heavy nuns of tangled vines brushed Tub CtNTiun Coiin.vY, 77 Murray 6L, New York. cold, damp air met him. On removing in his face; ho thrust them aside; n soft light glimmeied beforo his eyes; it wns part of tho wall, a narrow bricked tho lihio heaven studded with slnrs. was rovealed running underground. Leonard Heath eieptoutof the break But Heath was only ablo to penetrate a few feet. Thero tho roof of the tunnel in the hank and stood In a quaint old had fallen in, nnd he wns met hy a solid fashioned garden ulwut a cottage. A mass of rock nnd earth hardened for bird, frightened In its sleep, chirped in His strength being its nest in the cherry tree beside him; half a century. tho path ran between rows of privet gone, it was tho work of months to remove this mass nnd tho others which bushes nnd eiiniKoii iiHIicuh; tho damp met him in his progress. It was late in night air was flagrant with the bcent of tho fall before ho forced u way tlirougli splco pinKs. But in the evening air theie entile also tho 'last obstacle, and saw tho tunnel open clear beforo him. It ran to so tho sound of a woman's voice singing an great n distance under tho woods that oldScoteh lament. The door of tho houso ho fancied it must havo had formerly was paitly made of glass, ami a bright somo outer opening and served as n flro light nIioiio through it. He went to it. tSoine llguieH, which his dim eyes secret passage. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS. It wns n cool, bright morning when, could scarcely distinguish, were gathered armed with a pickax and a bundle of ulxuit the hearth. Hut in tho warmest short candles for his lantern, hu entered corner an old leathern chair sixmo cheernils cons on v, roe mat ,n the tunnel to end his search. The low fully, vacant nnd waiting. iluE3 s?iii:M'i"ri.kU wmkt Then ho opened tho door, and, with a roof, dripping with moisture, would not ucuitit llie wiirw. uurIntroduce ! umqtit d nd lo permit him to stand upright. He crept feeble cry, stood befoio them. uprrttjr truud w will ndrr r k t out KKooN In etch localu Later in tho night, when Leonard on into tho long black vault, half Iwnt, aebi" Onlr tliow nhawn I t( ua it iiicarin mikt iur peering from sido to side, tho mellow Heath, warmed and clothed and fed, sat IHt lha hanc Atlycu bivttodu hi ini4in the long vacant sent and they all gathreturn ialo tho our food lo gleam of his lantern Hinging fantastic! EVE your sjrjSJPnm thotliofll ru nfirhL bt ered ubout him, he unfastened the copper Tht and thuM around shadows; but nothing met his eyes exAYEMlfoP ajrnnlnr of thli advmiifm ul 12 cept tho green patches of mold that case. Tho lid was rusted into holes. ""- DWIIMHMUWt iiMltw . l4Ullt..llllr.ln1l A furred tho walls and the black, flitting Joo only smiled, therefore, sorrowfully, UIl Try it? Uliiy ih c. 'W' foUOTfto " th ""2 shapes liko gigantic bats that moved knowing what tho end must he. When tho box wns opened tho deed fell from beforo him. ... .. .i- J. ...... r.nu t Uvwi.n..i. m.DuiK about the Bmcfti pirl ai....... u i. His breath failed him as ho moved. it, a heap of powdered dust, which a puff U. wal.HolLow.uuhowv u 1(.p ilr(l.i....;li.mr en ni.k. fru.ii K:l I..IS1 .lr ' l"l fromlh.il.tt nltn Surely, his hand was upon tho treasure of wind blew over tho hearth. W .11 tiprfM)il.l uul.IITl.nc. U(tt.rnrtlrlunf MHO, I'URluau tUiss Uui Headquarters For A.llr.,.,11 1IALLITT4CO Joo put his hand on his brother's head: now! It iiad cost him dear. It was "My poor hull You havo lost your placo strango that in this final moment of sucin tho world, after nil." cess ho should remember, as never beBut Leonard's fnco had a bij;htuess fore, what it had cost him. -- ? m'V TEA POTS. IIo turned over heap ufter heap with which it had not learned when ho wns a brewing t u Gruin Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Michboy: his stair, but they appeared to bo deSaves 25 to 5055 of Tea. "I lost it for ninny years, but I came cayed stuffs and clothes, and crumbled igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Conl Oil YOU DO NOT LIFT THC FOT at liis touch into dust. Tho darkness, to it again by the Darrel, Plaster Hair, POURS by lowering lid He was silent for a littlo while. d which his light duly broke, closed found the fortune long ago, Joe," "You him; ho was shut in by it; thick, The part handled It COLD & dump, ill smelling night; tho hoiror of ho said; and hu drew Wiuuy's hand closer in his own, looking out from tho Brick, Plow Handles, Pice FlooriiiR alit camo upon him the horror of darknet Llit, Pjlne, Dlehl ness and cold. Thero was no joyful, warm homo into tho quiet nature behind f bAI acways kept on hand. Orders MW II Co., bravo beating of his heart, no cry with which (lod wns waiting. companied by cash prompt'lilla, I'a C2i T1IK TAD. which tho young man hails his victory. ly tilled. So worn out wns he, so dead wns every nervo which would havo thrilled with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral possesses power(C) triumph. ful healing qualities, wLicb manifest themr Tho ground grew boggy under his selves whenever this remedy ia employed feet, tho bricks haing sunk into a bed in colds, coughs, throat or lung troubles. ; of slime. Ho groped on his way. Tho tunnel widened into a narrow room, a Its anodyne and expectorant (fleets are stone ledgo ran about it, half way to promptly renl'zed. It is a chemical sucthe roof. Thero was a blackened heap cess and a medical triumph. upon tho ledge, overgrown with blown and blood colored fungus. Heath put For all kinds of job printing in the lat"KCTtSBEKr down his lantern, his hands trembling; est style, call at the DuixKhNitiiH.B News tore off tho damp vegetable matter and found a copper case, with a lid screwed office. i 11 iimmtmmmmmmm tavnwa ;'yi& II H mtvmry CtfBk. JAlvfV WLrA on tightly. Thero wcro somo Mack TKi&.-LJ&'J&'f letters on it, which ho spelled out 1 slowly: ft:-'-:"Titlo deed of real cstato in Liverpool V' Lx in k belonging to tho Heath family." 11HU. havo a placo in the world," gasped "I Leonard Heath, putting the cold metal to liis face, ns though it had been a living tiling. jWlfnirrtfirirrinnirrirrrwrinmnsrriirafMaMXMiiSMMfffMrarir is life-we- pas-sag- o VVAVVVV5VHVP OuMBAGKER, GIJJ10IIE & CO.. Wholesale Grocers 31S 6s 321 W. IMIain. St., LOUISVILLE, KY. TO1 N Salvation w"""' REQQRY&CQi, 1 Reapers and Mowers, SELF-POURIN- G Pine Poplar Shingles tm 'ptfmommum ju kW Jim. Av&8iMRA ftVVfe INDIANAPOLIS, IND. IS1mMk inif lain s. - 1 ?l lr Vt-W- ll tsi?, f'K nyEFG. OO., a in VrVMNDVlllllL, j I JV Price, $18.00 at Factory. Cash with Order, No. 7a. Flrst-Clas- JvA Btrlctly JiK'Kury ah ruuuuu wrutviuTInis. steel Axles and Warranted saO f 1ft L-af- MTKii cLflJ 1 11 r""2Z. WRITE US. 7 llaiaM t m 1 1 i agyyi Evii'1 : Z k Low llent Scat Anns. Perfectly Ilulaticcu Lone;, Iliay Khlltij,' Oil Tempered Spring I (, Best Wheels and llest All Over. Ml ' '" YOP CAKT FIND THEM FOR SALE JiY YOUR MERCHANTS, I? H.W.HERND0N&C0., 9 There mere Home black letters on it, which he spelled out slowly. FINE SHOW GASES. 43-A- sk Ho turned presently to take up his lantern. Tho ilamo was driven out suddenly by a rush of cold air; thero was u sound ns of distant thunder. The walls of tho tunnel had fallen behind him! ho was burlod in n living gravel Tho church bells began to ring. He could hear them, dulled and sweet, then they wero silent. No lower sound could reach him. But it was worth recording, that through tho final pain and horror of tho night which settled down upon him ho heard tho birds twittoring in tho trees overhead, heard the grasshoppers chirp in tho grass. Thero wero voices reached him, too voices which had long been silent; Bess calling to iter baby, Winny flinging an old Scotch lament of which sho once wns fond. Ho know it was but tho delirium of old thoughts unchained, unruled by his will. But tho tears wet liis eyes for tho first timo for many years. Thrco days passed, and Heath yet lived. The candles ho had brought nourished him for a timo. When thoy IIo wcro gono ho snt down passive, held tho trcasuio in his hand, tho deeds to liis placo in tho world, hut ho was a man in utter darkness, starving to death for a mouthful of food. Thought comes clearly Bometlmes in mortal pain. Leonard Heath knew now what lie was: homeless, nameless, with neither wife, child nor friend to search for his bones, or to say, with ever so littlo regret, "lie was here, and ho is gono," Tho bubble on the river would break and dio not less un missed than ho. Tho physical torturo of starvation gaVo him not so much suffering ub to know this at lost. Ho cried aloud. It beciued to him, so torriblo was the pain of soul which thus uttered itself, that God him TERRY M'F'G CO., Nashville, Tenn. for catalogue Produce & General Common No. 144 Third St., W.L.. UouclnV iinmo and A prlco nro sTttnipt'tl tho UU AIfJLUJLa ili'iiltT enclosingMimilyontou. cannot tho bottom. fuctory, 1 M&AGENTS STOBY WA.H SURRY or wantoep?e5?r E Louisville, Ky fl TTrnTi"l'T Take jaWrt"1 no shoos unless MmMk IWnW9Hl V2 Eagle's Nest T send direct to price. utlwrtlscd ZETW Jclintsten Cooke. '"W. ilCtli&Kijm &? JaiSSk us bubeen Il This tbrllllna blitorlo etorj, which hat htm out qf vrnt, and for which Tijp auctt a CTtat demand la cow laaued aa a BDDSOKUTION time BOOK, jnany cent magnifi- with a. Al. L L 1 S8iW5affam g illuatra-tlon- took tbroualiout tne B ulhoru BUtea than "Di'iurr Many yeara Lave paaaed alnce orEAOLK'aNEHT." the tbrlllinn acenei herein, recounted o( the tuo Confederate Soldier, yet deeda of valor of the interest, by tlioao who fought with A'hby, Bluart. Jolm'ton, Beauregard, Jaclaon and Lee. In tho eauao for which they ao deaporalely and bravely battled, will never grow leee. Thia thrUIlnc atory ploturea notalounjoyandeorrow, and a love aweetly told, but ia filltd with hUlorio Incidents of tho great contest between the South and the North. Here la a book for the old to ivcaU to him the Wld acenea of the greateat Civil War ever known, to callback Aisoioncanvpalgns, and tell him of the mighty ChUflalna, dear to tho memory of eveiy one who wore tho Oray, Surry of EagWaN'" will find a welcome In ewy Southern homo. That it may be within the reach of every ono, it la publlihoil at tbeiow rnicjsor $). thouifuatana, iuxdom vulvmx. UtiUnrULLTIiLUUTIUTCD AKD never been a more popular There lina W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN. envy Lnced Orntn nail Creed. Fine mnor Wiitntrfml r. alum in uu wonii,. Kxitmlnn his HHC Hfl.Oll OKNtllNIS M4.00 iiyVNi-si;wi- :i J.B CTnir, 11 PAPERS I FOR THE c UtaAtrn.YDOUXD. BOLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION. As tbodrmand for thla old rAVoamc noox which kaikren cut of print $o latin, will bo large, and applioatloua for agencies vrry numerous, ill who dsslra to act as Agents ahould write for terms and quickly secure oholoo of lerritoiy. $2 SHOES uGRIt. $3 & 1.75 HHOK FOK 'JsnaRJ. Bowmer ft Hambldton. WKI.T HHOK. NHC JIXTltA vai.iii; iAi," MHVr. t;t.. WH.U3 ii WOltKINOMKN'M HH ttw.m. sjv.uu ami Bi.in ikivm1 h HOOI, 8K4MM. All niada In Cbngrcta, Button and Lacs, vr. SPRING TRADE! AIST KCEIVCB AT BA'BBAQE'S ' - Jt G. W. DILLINGHAM, Publisher, 33 Woat 23U Qt.i Mow Yorljf. WM Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 2?,, 1890. HAHDINSDURG DEPARTMENT. , - ,, P BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, - Agent &. Corrcsp'nt V. U.lMKHAUi: TIME TABLE No I. Editor A'mr JNO.D.BABBAGE I... SI. I,. A 'I'. i.ornl Time C!nr1. 9.5t a.m. 11.S8 n.m. 5.41 p.m. 0.50 p.m. 11.23 a.m. 9.59 a.m. 117 t Hound lliiiiml Mall and Express going Kait ' West " Express " Knit " " West Mixed East West BI!1! DAY. STATIONS. .Ar. 0.00 a. u Irvlngton- 11.30 a.m.Lv 8.55 Irvlngton Junction 11.35" daily r.xcr.rt susruv. KAII.T KCKIT 12.40 r.M 1.05 1.30 p.m. Ar Uarfield Harned llardinaburg 8.00 7.30 .Lv. 7.09 a.m TO OUK COKIIESI'OJIUEKTS. Get the news and get all the news and Front Dana's nothing but the news. Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For County Judge, Thoi. Adklnon. Tor County Attorney, Jndgn Milton Board. For County Clerk, J. D. Monarch. For SbcriiT, J, S. DeJernette. For County Sup't of Schools, Jni. V. Miller. For Jailer, John Slaton. For County Assessor, Len Cashman. For County Surveyor, F. M. C. Jolly. For Coroner, W. R. Pendleton. A Witt's for bargains. Mr. T. II. Kingston is in Louisville. Mr. Arthur Roard was in town Monday. Work on the new city ball progresses slowly. J. A. Wilt is selling goods at Wheeler prices. Mrs Mollie I'ulliatn has been quite sick lor sometime. Mr. Felix Monroe went to Huulingburg, IhJ.. last week, Go to J. Ditto has the ch'cken pox. :W lolsat Rev. Morrison prenches nt tl.H M K. :i,:i0:i horses nt ... church Sunday 11 stallions nt 80:1 mules at Col. Alfred Allen, of Hnrdinsburg. was ' 18jicks in our town last Thursday. II jennets fort. The high water ttlll holds the I thoroughbred bulls Plenty of rain to sustain it G thoroughbred cows Good many general utility harness and 2.1C3 common cattle saddle horses about here for sale 4:!G5sheep Mrs. Laura Flanncry, Woolf Creek, is 9,099 bogi.ovrsix months old visiting Judge Woolfolk's family. G5storep Miss Lillian L)wis is visiting relatives in Watches nnd clocks Louisville aud having her eyes treated. Gold and silver ware Manufacturing Implements and Mr. Jesse L. Mnlin has accepted a clerkmachinery ship at the Filth Avenuo Uotcl in LouisAgricultural Implements over ville. $250 One or two of Mr. J A. McGeheo's chilwere down with chicken pox last Pianos, Ac dren Freddie M. to-w- Assessed alun of nil properly in this county, give" to rac by rur accommodating county clerk, R U. Nevtt : .$1 495 Gi:i 185, 101 acres land valued nt . -- ESTi Aim "riEST Our Ambition To Ploase Our Trado. Our Price Tho Lowest. UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION ! DIBTBIBUTED. .... 107 8fi0 177 915 h Our f-- n 1820 C3,I15 3 350 310 100 ui pq Our Principle To Keop the Best. Fair Denllnfj. M M (J) Louisiana Stato Lottery Company. Incorporated by the Legislature In 1868, Tor Educational and Cbnritablo purpoi'ei nnd its franchise was made a part of tbo prcient State Constitution In 167V,by an overwhelming popular vote. i --"A 4 V- 200 20 991 10 HG 31.093 07,4 10 I ARE YOU WITH US ! Juno GIIAND take ITS 5,015 G90 The seal of popularity and attractiveness lies been placed upon stock of SI!N'(2liC MJJtllltlt tako place on ouch of tlio other ton inoMtlm In the rc"", una ore nil drawn In public, nt the Academy of iTliiklc, fuv Urlcaim, I.a. FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS lK,VWl'ns MAMMOTH Annually, iilnco &oiiii December, unci anil ltn UICAAV-IN4- ." ' - .S 0 2,000 310 12 993 230 30 6G9 For Integrity of its Drawings, and Prompt payment of Us prizes, Attested as follows! &:' week. When you come to Uardinsbunr, stop at the Huckeby House. Mr. Tanzey, the railroad contractor was in town last Monday. de- The Blair Educational Hill has been feated in Congress ContiFS?MN Mon'jvraery has offered a liill in Congress for a $30 000 public build ing at Lebanon, Ky. Adjutant General liill has ordered two dciacbments of State militia to Ilnrlan Court-homICy , to protect Judge Hoyd'ii court, which is in session there. e, Jonep, the revivalist, denies the 8lory that he is Kolnu to farming in Kentucky. He 8 ay s he is making a great deal more money preaching, atid the business suits him better. Sam grabbed up a coo I $20,000 from I'ncle Sam. He was a money order clerk in the San Francisco post office, and lost too much time on women, wine and poker. Another Republican has just Worlham, of Gray-sihas been prominently mentioned as a candidate for Judge of the Superior Court, to succeed Judge Uowden, who will not be a candidate for re election. S. n, Statu Senator J. Tub members of ihe Legislature seemed to have bad on their wnr paint last week Two of them had a regular old fashioned knock down in the lobby of the senate chamber, and a newspaper reporter was Gred from the house. g o. p. is sanguine of easy victory If success inin Ilreckenridge this time variably intends a ticket one end of which is unsteady nnd Dickering, while the other end is yet in the great unknown, then success is theirs already. Inr Mr K U. Shellman sold a track of land near Kkron week before last 10 Mr Dan Sbacklett Mrs. Agnes Ricketts, Louisville, Is down visiting her son, Mr. James Ricketts, in Mrs. James Heard is recovering from a the bottom. Dr D. C. Pusey ond Maeeoa Fontaine severe attack of sickness. Hand us your subscription and take a are the only persons here that put up any ice this season. chance in the big drawing. The Misses Rawlings were the guests of Miss Viol) Clarkson, of Missouri, is Mies Georgie More men and company one city. visiting relatives in this night last week. Judge Murrny, Cloverport, was in town Miss Lula Lewis has a type writer. She Monday attending Quarterly court. is a business young lady and is preparing Mr. Hiram Bruce has been quite ill at to take care of herself. his borne near here with pneumonia. For the last two weeks for some unMr. Clait Heard went to St. Louis last known reason, only about half of our conweek after material for the new bank. tribution have appeared. The Quarterly court had a heavy docket Mr. T. K. Ditto and wife got in from Monday and the town was full of litigants. Cumberland last Saturday. They will reMrs. Ressie Withers, of Hcrndon's stamain here for some little while. tion, was visiting Mrs G W. I$3ard last Mr. A. W. Morcmen was down at Birmweek. ingham, Alabama, week before last with a Goods have been knocked down to botview of erecting a Bteel plant there. tom prices at Witt's. Now is jour time Messrs. R. H. Nevilt, U. C. Rawlings, J. to buy. W. Lewis, J. Proctor Knott Mai in and Mr. Sam Dent, of Leitobfuld, has been H. C. Woodson in Louisville last week. in town several days looking after life inMessrs. Bill Baskett and Jess Ashcrafi surance. were in town last Thursday, and raid they Mrs Allie McGary who ba3 been visiting thought tbere wheat was killed from tbs here has returnd to her home in New late freezes. Albany The people say if you want to know Mr. Fred. U. Ragby, of Frankfort, was what ih going on in Meade county take the in town last week stopping at tbe HuckeTbey will not know much if our Nkws by Hotel communications are cut out like they have Tbe railroad track between here and been of late. is in good shape, and there are no Messrs. R II. Njvitt. John Yates, Judge more accidents by cars jumping ulT. Woolfolk, John Nevitt and Tom McDonah The brick work on tbe new bank had were down in Grayson county last week been contracted for by Mr. Sbarmam looking after tome mineral land leases whose death cccured in Louisville Monday that tbey hud taken last year. Mr. Frank Uaswell has secured the d Mesrs. E. H. Shellman, T. A. agency here for the Louisville Times. The F.lvis Wimp nre in the stock busipaper will be delivered to subscribers at -' ness together. The style of the firm is o'clock eash day E U. Shellman i. Co. Thpy are prepared to buy and baudle all kinds of stock. Miss FJla Smith is closing out her milMcAu-lifTun- Safes Wagons, carriages, Ac Raw Materials 5115 9G0 4 080 Manufactured artie'es Agricultural products Steam Boats, Ac Steam Engines Wines and Value of all other properly not Credits or money at interest ... "J30 17C30 2,475 " We do hereby certify that tee supervise the arrangements for all the Momtnly anjl Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana Slate Lottery Company, and in person manage and control ihe Drawings themselves, and thai the same are conducted with honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties, and we authorize the Company to use this certficaie, with of our signatures attached, in its advertisements." fac-simil- es 'ii v. 1 ws "J,X f ' Profuse with Novelties 177 997 rftf ' 22.8G9 Money in possession 15,000 Bonds of all kinds, except U. S 2,217 legal voters. 3 301 children from G to 20 years of age. Ilucklcn's Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for cuts bruises, sores ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 26 cents per box, For sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Uardinsburg, Ky. Great in Assortment, Unapproachable In Price. . .J' ComniUsloiicri. ers will pay all Prizes drawn in the Louisiana State Lotteries which may be presented at our counters. Louisiana II. HI. WAItMSLUY, We the undersigned V Banks and Bank- Attractive Attractive Attractive Attractive Goods Prices Bargains -- in great variety. to tell their own tales Treatment BEWLEYVILLE. E W Jones and John Meadow, if Big Spring, were in town Friday. Jack Paul, of Garret, Meado county, spent Sunday with his father. W. H. Cain, sr sold to S. P. Drury one fat cow, weighing 1300 pounds for $39. George Grayson, the shoe maker, of this place has been very sick for several days.? Alonzo Bennett bought of John Bandy a crop of last years tobacco for $225 in cash B F. McCoy, of this place bought of Alfred Taylor, of Rossetta, seven stock steers, paying $101. S. P. Drury bought of T. H. Payne k S. T. McCoy a car load of hogs, paying $3 35 per hundred Mrs. Wm. G. Clajcorab, of Davis county, is making a continued visit to her mother, Mrs. Susan Tucker. Mrs D. B Rigsby is making a visit to her children at the Masonic Widows and Orphaus Homo in Louisville. W. J. Piggot, H. E. Bisham and Dr. J, M. Walker, succeeded in filling their ice houses during the last cold spell. Dr. J. I). Parker, who has a number of friends at this place is reported to be quite sick at bis home in McKinney, Texas. Mies Enma Hodges has returned to Louisville after a short visit to her mother at this place, for a six month? stay. Miss'B. Alaggio Paul, will leave for Campbellsville, Monday 17th, tc attend the the Spring Session of school at that place A. J. Tompson bought of Junes Snyder one 3 year old steer paying 3 cents, also one cow of W. N. Drury 10 year old for $22.50 of cheapn's bound to please every buyer a smile and a square deal for all. Natlonul Hank. PIEKUC IjAN'AUX, Prca. Stato National Hank. A. HAIiDWIN, Proa, Hew Orleans National Hank. C4UI. KOIIN Prca. Vnlou National Iro. Ilank. GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING Quality at the Top- - Prices at the Bottom This is the condition of affairs with us as regards In the Academy of Music, NewOrleans Tuesday, April 15, 1890. " i 7V 100,000 Capital Prizo, $300,000. Tickets at Twenty Dollars vex each. Hal62; 10: Uuarlcrs t; $1. Xotitha is,"- - Twentieth Groceries .". and . Provisions! Come, see and wonder at the values we give. CAPITAL PltlZB OF 1GUAND PRIZE OF 1 GRAND PRIZE OF 1 LAROE PRIZES OF 2 LARGE PRIZES OF 5 PRIZES OF 1 list or raizis.. ?300,000-$300,0O- O 100,000.. 100,000 60,000.. 80,000 25,000.. 25,000 10,000,. 20,000 5,000.. 25,000 1,000- The maximum Quality In Staple and Fancy Groceries The Minimum Price. 25 100 200 500 " " irrBoziUATtoN 500.. 50,000' 300.. 60,000 200.. 100,000 - 25,000 VEST'S J 4 CLOVERPOET, KY. 100 Prizes of $500 are 100 Prises of $300 are 100 Prises of $200 are rimes. , $50,000 (!) Tkbmixii, Pbizes: ;. 889 Prises of 100 ar 999 Prises of 100 are $30,000 20.000 09.900 99.900 $1,054,800 vv., 3,134 Prizes, amounting to VEST LONG BRANCH. Mr. A Ditto, Krippe last week. VEST with la Tickets drawing Capital Prises are not entitled to terminal Prizes. AGENTS WANTED. Club rates, or any further Information desired, write legibly to tbe undersigned, clearly stating your residence, with State, County, Btreet and Number. Morerapid return mall delivery will bo assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your full address, Note tfl 9For upon the negrj question. statesmen expatiate freely It is much like the northern farmer teaching the southern farmer bow to raise cotton. If the negroes were equally distributed in the States, the South would get a l'ttle more sympathy and not so much criticism from these Northern Solons NcpiiTimiN She will not follow the business any longer, but Mrs Rrook's will con- linery stock. tinue dressmaking. The scholars nnd teachers in the M. K. church Soutb Sunday School have contributed $2j for the purpose of supplying the school with a lib-ar- Sullivan t Ditto, "Sbacklett Hall" received a delightful cake from a beautiful joung lady at Lebanon. Ky. You know the boys are batching, and delicacies of this sort aie highly appreciatMessrs ed. This town is supporting three schools. if it would be better if tbey were all consolidated into one. There seems to be a lack of appreciation in small towns of this size for scLools. It ought not to be so, for they can educate their children much cheaper at home than abroad. Jr., was down n Wins a man has been in public life for forty years and only hud one defeat, be ought to lie willing to retire henntor The town trustees made an order TuesBrown, of Georgia, is nearly 70 yenrs old, day night for four additional street lamps. and has been State Senator, Presidential elector, Governor for four years, Chief Tlioe which have already been put up are Justice of the Supreme Court of his State a great advantage to the town. a id I'nited States Sejator. That new iron fence around the Court house will hardly be erected by April In all the new States, aud in the old court, but it certainly ought to be The ones that are scon to revise their constitupresent one is about dilapidated. tions, there seems to be prcsssing demands Mr. James Sharman died in Louisville for provisions for tbe control of elections. Mr. Sharman was for Monday evening. Recent elections have exhibited the absomany years a resident of this place and lute necessity for such provisions, and it had a host of friends who will regret to is u noteworthy fact that the most flagrunt harof his sudden death. He went to poliilcul crimes are no longer attributed to Louisville about two weeks ago apparentthe much abused South. ly in good health He was treated there for some disease of the throat by Dr. CheatIs some of the Western States the memham, from which be died. bers of tbe Farmers Alliance are making themselves heard, and propose to stir up DcilfiiffcN Can't bo Cured things in their next election. Nebraska, by local applications, as they cannot reach Iowa, Kansas and Minnesota nppear to be the diseased portion of the ear. Tbere is the field where the organization is having only one way to cure Deafness, nnd that is They notify their by constitutional remedies. the greatest effect Deafness is Representatives in Congress tbut if some caused by an inflamed condition ot the thing is not done to make money more mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. plentiful, there will be a clean sweep. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and I'm Louisville Times published u list of when it is entirely closed Doafness is the the probable representatives in the coming result, and unless the inflammation can be From Constitutional Convention. this tukeu out and this tube restored to its norcounty np(tnr the names of Judge J, A. mal condition, hearing will be destroyed Murray and Cupt. A. J. Gross. Captain forever, nine cases out often are caused Gross, however, has uot signiGed his inby catarrh, which is nothing but an intention to lecome n candidate, and Ihe flamed condition of the mucous surfaces. field will likely be turned over to Judge We will give One Hundred Dollars for Murray. From Gray ion county, the name any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) of Hon Lafayette Green is mentioned that we can not cure by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for Circulars, free. Tiik citizens of Owensboro are somewhat F J CUKNEY & CO, Toledo, O scared up over a proposed elTott to estabby Druggists, 7.1c. lish a new county out of portions of Dnv-jes- s, Ohio, Hancock and Ilreckenridge, UNION STAR. nnd make a county seat at Fordsville The proposition is not much to be feared, Mr. William Allen, of I'retton was in however. To establish a new county by slicing oil of those proposed would add town Rule day. Dr. Marshal, of Stephensport, was in another pauper county for tbe State to town Friday. tako care of. There Is nothing at Fordsville that demands anything of this kind, Mr. Jar. Cunningham, of Mooleyvillo, and the state of public feeling would be spent a day or two recently with his son evidently against if For Ilreckenridge, Owen Cunningham we will enter her protest now Last Wednesday was Rule day and quite a number of strangers were in town Tub Owensboro, Messenger tajs ''In but wo hear that no cases were tried. the Fourth Congressional d str'ct tbere Mr. Milton Roard and Will Hcnsley, of promises to be a regular monkey and par- Hardinsbug, were in town Wednesday, rot time, and all the candidates are watch-in- s iho Mr. John Jarret, of Stephensport, lion. J. Proctor Knott. II be shies Mr. and Mrs. C. M. McGIotblan were his castor into the ring, as he will probably called to Midway last week to attend tbe do, there will be consternation and a scatfuneral of Mrs. D.ra Brashear, who died tering of the other candidate ." on the 18th inst. Well, perhaps so, but we imagine the Old Mr. Rayslnger Jiving three or four much about Messenger doesn't know tbe state i f tbe Fourth district as some miles from town fell in the fire last Friday other folk. If Mr. Knott decides to en- af.ernoon during bis wife's absence and ter tbo race, be will eridently God it come was burned to death. trouble lo regain the vote be once held. JPTOUIl HACK AClir.S Ml worn Or you fifeiy-Sol. Col. Alf Allen went to Louisville last He will visit several counties in Monday his district, for lb purpose of appointing enumerators of tbe census It looks as Mr. Crit Ilajnes, of tbe upper bottom, was tbe guest of Mr, Sim Dooley laBt week. Messrs. Dooley & Reynolds are at Payncsville trying to fish some tools out of a well. Tbe counties of the state should be careful in the kind of men that tbey select as delegates to the Constitutional Convention It is very necessary to send moo there that cannot be biased by corporations against the interest of the citizens. Tbey ought to be well up nnd posted with the constitutions of our Bister states, and if not they should prepare thomselves thoroughly by examiniug and Btudying them closely. These large railroad corporations are already using their influence as to the kind of men they want tbere. The largest per cent of the population of this state are farmers, and they are the easiest set of people on earth imposed upon. So it stands them in land to see to it that the right kind of men shall represent tbem in Send good, honest and that convention. senicable men, that are willing to moke a law that is as good for his neighbor as for No one class of profession can himsel'. do that altogether. So it is very necessary that the many different professions should be represented tbere, bjt by the best we have. Tbe race for this ought not to be mixed up with politics for this is the peoples country and not a political a flair. At a meeting of the Meade County Commercial Club, Judge O. C, Richardson was called to the chair. The first business in order was tbe adoption of the constimion prepared by Mr J. V, Lewis. and BeKach article was discussed as read. fore adopting constitution and it was moved that the books be opened to any present who were not members. The initiation fee is $2 SO and 25 cents in adcents will be vance for dues. Twenty-fiv- e tbe monthly dues form each member until tbe board of directors see fit to change On motion tbe constitution was them. adopted with tbe following board of directors: B. S Clarkson, V. U. Richardson, A. W. Moremen, II. C. Woodson, H. C. Rawlings, Dr. J. M. Hardin, John T. Ditto, R. II Nevitt, P. K. Malin secretary, J W. Mr David Rodman, of Lewis treasury Louisville, one of tbeprimo movers in the Moremen Company, was then introduced to tbe club by Dr. D C. Pusey, in a nice Bpeech in which he told the object of Mr. Rodman's visit. Mr. Rodman then made a proposition, that if tbo people of this town would subscribe ten thousand dollars ($10 000) for his company, that tbey would put up a manufactory, and that a branch lino would be built from the L. St. L & T. railroad to within one-hamille of tVe Court House. The company proposes works, and also Salt to put up a Soda-as- h works, which will employ about COO bands. A committee was then appointed to see what could be done, nt d now it is an ts sured fact, for the money has been raised. Good by Cloverport, we leave you lo revel in t'.e glory of your machine shops and Ccme to tbe city of Brandenrailroad burg for what you want. by-laby-lalf John Richardsqn, Griffin Dowell, Humphrey Helm, Moses Bennett and John Miller, of High Plains, were in town Friday attending Magistrates court. We once more have an Oliver Chill plow ngeot at this place and the farmers can secure repairs to their plows without riding six or eight miles when they are needed at home. . V. G Babbage, attorney, of Hardinsburg was in attendance at the Magistrates court. He reaped quite a harvest of fees and in most cases bcrjght his client out winner in the action. J. E, Monarch, candidate for county court clerk and James W. Miller, of Hardinsburg, were in town Friday and remained over till Saturday morning They both are very popular gentlemen in this place and will receive the full vote of the party in this end of the county. BURAS. We now have it, la grippe in full blast. Mr. Wm. G. Butler is quite sick with pneumonia, M Meyer has been in tbo east this week buying goods for his firm at this place. If mud was valuable we have tbe stuff 111 at would be in demand just now, you bet Mr. Lee T. Meyer and wife, of this place have been visiting relatives in Louisville this week. Mr. Jake Carman, a prosperous young farmer of Hardin county' was in our town this week trying to buy a horse. Mr, EJitor, if you see a man that wants to deal In tobacco, send him this way as we have plenty of tobacco and no b lyers. Mr. John Butler of this vicinity is quite sick and likely will not recover, as he is quite old. He also lost his wife u few days ago, after a short illness Farmers have been trying to sow oats for Ihe last few day, but on account of the wet weather they have not made much progress. Tbere is a band of men organizid in our vicinity '.hat call theraielves Whosters. They say that means low goads and high products or In other words "tbo farmers in the shade and tbo capitalists in the sui. Mr. John Cook, of Custer, was in our town this week trying to buy some cattle, also Mr Rxhard Ilardaway, formerly with the firm of Brooks & Gregory, was here on the same business. Br withirg the Newi, the Wheelers and tobacco plants success this spring. General Manager of the Rock Gas Co. McDonald was down from Louisville one day last week. Miss Emma Enelish left here Saturday for Ekron to visit her crandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hall, near town. Mr. F. Ditto, Sr., Louisville, was down last week on a visit to his family. He has just gotten over an attack of Grippe. Miss Ida Ma) field was called to hor home ut Horse Cave last Thursday on account of illness in her family. She resumed her.school the following Monday. Mr. A. J. Bickerstaff spent a couple of days in Brandonburg last week. I understand he has offered to give right of way in front of his place, for a depot, for a pass for his family oyer the road for twenty years. Mr. C. W. Parsons, the Civil Engineer for tbe Rock Gas Company, has made a beautiful map, showing the. lay and the dip of tbe different stratas of rock clay, etc., in tbe Rock Gas Company's territory from here to J. K, Ditto's place. It is a boautiful piece of mappioc, artistically gotten up and shows clearly that he has it down to a fine point. Tbere cirr.e noar being a collision on the Doe Run bridge last Wednesday by tbe down passenger and an engine. The passenger was very considerably beMnd time and this engine must have thought it could make it to Long Branch all right. The bridge being nearly mile long, they had time to check up. It was a good thing that it occurred tbere instead of on some of those sharp curves (bis side or the other side or the bridge. one-four- th Is Issued weekly, and is the representative journal tbe trade journal of American advertisers. It Indicates to the Inexperienced ndvci-tls- er how, when, and where he should advertise j how to write an advertisement; how to display one; what newspapers to use; how much money to oxpend in fact, discourses on every ROCKVALE. point that admits of profitable discussion. Advertising is an art practiced by many but Hello! where did you get that grip ? by few. The conductors of Printers' Mr. Chas Jones is on the sick list this Ink understand it, and their advice Is based on week. an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e years Mr. It. P. Robertson h in Louisville in placing advertising contract! for many of this week. the largest and most successful advertisers. A year's subscription costs but two dollars : samMr. David Uerudon, of Dakota, is visitple copies Free. Address : ing W. J. Dean. OEO. P. HOWELL & CO., Mr. John Beeler, of Hardinsburg, is visNewspaper Advertising Bureau, iting relatives here. 10 Spruco St., New York. Tbe weather prophets of this place predict u late spring. Mr. C. F. Beeler, of Hardinsburg, was ' here on business Monday. Tbe peaches are killed and the farmers Is The Cincinnati, Hamlltou & Dayton R. R. tho only line running Pullman's say wheat is greatly damaged. Safety Veatlbulod Trains, with Mr. Joh-- i Fisher, of Webster, is visitChair, Parlor, Sleeping nnd Dining Car service between Cincinnati, Indlanapol.'p It a Uxcellout Qualities ing his son, Mr. Chas. Fisher. and Chicago, and Commend to public approval tbe CaliforSure enough; Miss Ella is going to Through Recliningis the Only Line rifnnlnc nia liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. It marry. Guess who the lucky man is. Cincinnati, Keokuk Chair Cars between and Springfield, III., is pleasing to the eye and to the taste, and McGinty. and Combination Chair and Sleepinn Car by gently acting on the kidneys, liver and Mr. Jolly Meador and bride (nee Miss Cincinnati to Peoria, III., bowels, it cleanses tho system effectually Ada Black) are visiting Mr. and Mrs. And the Only DIRECT LINE thereby promoting tbo health and comfort Jesso Owen between Cincinnati, Dayton, Lima, Toledo, of all who use it. Mr. Cbas. Bjyd, who has been visiting Detroit, the Lake Regions and Canada. friendj here since Christmas, will leave of The road is one of tbe oldest in tbe State Ohio and the only line entering CincinAnother Uood One ut tlio lliiktn for his home Friday, nati over twenty-Gv- e miles of double Spring Stock Farm. The party given by Mrs. Jesse L. Owen, track, and from its past record van more Mr. V. W. Williams has just returned than assure its patrons speed, comfort aud last Saturday, night, wai the most enjoysafety. from the Bluo Grais country, where he able event of tho season. It was there Tickets on sale everywhere, and see purchased the trotting bred coach stallion, that true Kentucky hospitality was exhib- that they read O. EI. & D., either in or out Ypsllanti, from Mr. Wm. T. Withers, Fuir-law- n, ited. of Cincinnati, Indianapolis, or Toledo. Lexington, Ky. Ypsllanti js by the e. o. Mccormick, Mr. Rector Copper, of this place, died great Aberdeen, son of Rysdyk's Hamble Oeneral Passenger and Ticket Agent. March 3rd, We lose a good citizen arid n tooion. highly respectod man. Sympathy is exAberdeen is the sire of Hatiio Wood- tended FARMERS FREE COLUMN, to the bereaved family. ward 2U5, Jim Jewell 2.19, Modock Mr. C. Lucius Cornwall, of Louisville For Sale Fresh cow and young calf, good 2:19 and nineteen olbors in the 2:30 list. was at Duty's cut Friday. He was tbe milker. J, 0. Utxpiiicns, Holt, Ky. His dum is Widow Macbreo, record 2:29, guest of Mr. Abernathy. Tbo McCracken by American Star. brothers came down on the new road SunPoe Sale Denmark stallion, The dam of Ypsilauti is Nancy Lee, by day, dam by MoLaokey. lie's a prodigy for style, Tbey went as far as Baty's bill. Lexington Chief 2:.'18, by Regular, son of Rise and action. Price $200. J. F. Oartsb, Webster, Ky, Volunteer, sire of St. Julian 2.11V, and t of over seven hundred 2:30 trotters. Lidy Stanhope is grandam of Rosa Wilkes 2:18, Simmons 2:24, aire of nine 2:30 performers and of Almont, sire of Jerry AN mont 2:24. Ypsilanti is a style of horse most need-i- n this country. He is a large horse of handsome appearance, closely resembling bis noted sire. He is perfectly sound and a individual, well broke to harness, gentle and a fast trotter. Mr. Williams' catalogues for 1890, giving full ped igree, etc , aro now in print and will soon be ready for distribution. They are always interesting, and a work of art. He formerly had tbem printed in Louisville, but has found out that we can do them as well or better and for leaa money. He believes in patronizing friends when prices and merits are the same. He has (pared neither pains nor expense in the purchase of a high class of horses for our country, and it seems to us that any man who fails to uvail himself of this opportu-t- o breed to as good as the Stato affords, is blind to his own interests. The service fees may be a little higher than that-o- f tho common stock of the country, but this is a very small item in comparison with the valve of tbe stock. Tbe best is always the cheapest first-class C. By ordinary letter, containing Monkt Ohdkr Issued by all Express Companies, New York Exchange. Draft or Postal Note. Wi pay oh CoBBKNor sent us by Express of $5 or over. or III. IMPORTANT. A. Am M.NewDAUPHIN.I.a., Orleans, A. DAUPHIN, Washington, D. . yJt - Address Registered Letters to NEW ORLUANS NATIONAL, HANK. Noiv Orleans, I-- REMEMBER that the payment of all prises BY FOUR NATIONAL BANKS of New Orleans, and the Tickets are signed by the President of an Institution, Whose chartered rights are recognised In the highest Courts; therefore, bewaroof any imitations or annonymous schemes. ONE DOLLAR Is tbe price of the smallost part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BY US in any Drawing. Anything In our name offered for less than a Dollar is a swindle. Is GUARANTEED t Printers' Ink A JOURNAL FOR ADVERTISERS. '4r.' The Finest on Earth. Per-fect- en are Renew your subscriptions promptly and Ket a ticket inour Grand Gift Distribution It will cure you, and kIvo jtnoiKN'H It Is uenernl out, really cowl t. root I apiitlte. Bold bv all dealers In medicine. 'i ry muy tutrsna. Tor nothing Physicians recommend It Alt dealers keep It tl.00 per bottle. Genuine aud crowd red lines on wrapper. lias trade-mar- I'OIl IIYHl'KPHIA Use Hrown'a Iron lllttrra. twenty eight more in the 2.110 list. Dam, the dam o! Wildwood, record 2:27. Grandam, Mary B. by Mambrino Chorister, siro of tho dams of Proteine 2:18, Belle Braiafield 2:20, Mambrinetle 2:21, etc., son of Mambrino Chief. Great grandam, Lady Stanhopo, by Rysdyk's Hambletonlan, bead of a family Hogs! Hogs! Hogs! Bight fine KaglUh Iterkahlre Plg'i Sow from Imported stock. Tbe l'lgi Ity Imported Kubler No. 22,853. He cost W. T. Miller. Bowling Green, Ky., $700. Tlieie fine Pig will be lold at rmsoBable prlees. Jtriey Heifer In etlf. Jeney Cow Freih May lit, at fair prices. Oh. J, E. Brown, Cloverport, Ky, FOR BALK Jersey Bull, 2 years old. Several fine milk cows with young calves. J, T. Bobardi. Hardinsburg, Ky. If sals. Corn, Hay, Oats ai'd Orchard 'Orau 6od for W. D, JloLTj Holt, Ky. There is no humbug abat ear premiums They ull go wlihoHt money and without price lo our pid up subscribers. mtftetaa MMMMrfMl I & W 'I I J.l 2'i t w r !' v ' i" . fflElh' Il Attorneys atLaW. . The citizens of Owensboro have subscribed enough stock to secure tbe build-Stj- g of a Female college in that city. The Commercial Club held an enthusiBoth tho method and results when astic meeting Saturday night and took Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant steps to secure nn important enterprise and refreshing to tho taste, and acta for this city. gcntlyyet promptly on tho Kidneys, The News hns secured from Mr. J. T. Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sysRobards a fine thoroughbred Berkshire tem effectually, dispels colds, headpig which will be given away to some one aches and fevers and cures habitual of its paid up subscribers. constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind over proNotice As I failed to reach Holt's duced, pleasing to tho tnsto and acchapel last 2nd Sunday, 1 will preach their ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in next Sunday at 11 n. m. and Cloverport at its action and truly beneficial in its W. C. Brandox night. effects, prepared only from tho most W. B. White sold last week six Bcres Dr. healthy and agrecaolo substances, or ground, on the Bishop hill, to Dr. R. L its many excellent qualities comNewsom. The doctor will build a number mend it to all and lmvo mado it of bouses on this property as soon as the tho most ponular remedy known. weather is favorable. Syrup or Figs is for salo in 60c Mr. Morris Beard, of Louisville will be and 81 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who cashier of tbo new bank at Hardinsburg A more competant and trustworthy young may not havo it on hand will pro-eur- o it promptly for any ouo who man could not have been selected, and tbe wishes to try it Do not accept institution is to be congratulated on securany substitute. ing his services. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Wo will just say for the Information of 8AN FRANCISC J, OAL. our Brandenburg correspondent that CloLOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YOBX, t.f. verport is not nsleep, but has her eyes open and Is looking after all tho good If there is nuything JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. things in sight FOR she generally gets it, too worth capturing We aro authorlted to announce Hon. D.'Harableton and Julius Hardin represent this JOHN ROBERTS, for are mentioned as fit men to of the City of Louisville, as a candidate subject to the district in the County Court of Claims. No Judge of tbe Court of Appeals, action of the Domociatfo patty of the Third more suitable men could be solected and Appellate uismci. with these gentlemen as represen'a'lves, the affairs of tho county as well as of this itr. ... tltYnrUnrl to announce ...--11 c UIO lookJUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, of district will be well administered and ed after. reelection to the office as ft candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the Convincing Proof. action of the Democratic party. In many instances It has been proven that by Wm. K. Barnes, U. B. B. (Botanio Blood BalmJ, made John Allen Murray, Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, da., will cure blood Hardinsburg. Cloverport. poisons In its worst phases, even nnen all other treatment falls. & BARNES, MURRAY A. P. Brunson, Atlanta, Ga., writes: "T running ulcers on one leg had twenty-fou- r and six on the other, and lelt greatly prostratCloverport, Hardlnsburg and ed. I believe I actually swallowed a barrel Kentucky. ol medicine, in vain efforts to cure the disease. With little hope I finally acted on the urgent advice or a friend, and got a bottle of B. IJ. II. Ss 111 The Machinery for the Bobbin factory baa nrrivul. Gregory t Co , keep ull kinds of build-lu- g materia'. Just received a large line of paints, oi varnishes and brushes at Owen's. Mr. Kit Monroe, formerly ol Addiso has removed with his family to Henderso Ky. you want lumber, shingles or any kind of building material don't fail to call on Gregory & Co. From it Subscriber at Mlcliinoiitl, it CliitrniliiK Little City of l lie ITTI fmjJ U IT I Hi JJ NM LU1 U II I I M N I N IJ I I IT I 'llliio llruot.il If Ky., March 17, 18'.H) In renewing my subscription to your paper. It may not be amiss to ayail myself of ibe occasion to give you a limited description of this charming little city in the"Bluo Grass" my homo. As is well known, It ts one of the wealthiest communities In the State, and has a ltii'UMoND, Mn. BAniunE: CONFIRMATION SUITS! We Want Your Wife To know tliat wc make a specialty of . ,J " v ' ft W Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, HABD1NSBURG, KY. on Brick Corner. V- - t- - lv . v1v Brrckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. I.OUAL. Mrs. MARCH 2C. 1890. 7V IlllUVITIES. J. D Babbage baa been sick with V. la grippe Mrs. G. last week. Iliidd I had taken sixteen bottles, and all the or ulcers, rheumatism and all other horrors blood poison have disappeared, and at last i am sound and well again, after an experience of twenty years of torture." "My Robt. Ward, Maxey. Ga., writes: dtscaso was pronounced a tertiary form or shoulders blood poison. My face, head and diswere a mass of corruption, and finally the ease began eating my skull bones. My bones ached, my kidneys were deranged, I lost flesh and strength, and lire became a burden. All said I must surely dlo, but nevertheless, when I was I had used ten bottles or B. B. B. can nowprobo nounced well. Hundreds of scars seen on me. I have now been well over twelro months." An despondency I experienced a change, and my using It un-t- il I kept was Somewhat dispelled. moved to Cincinnati !W' :. V &, A. r- r - 4, r 1: E-- .' ?' i' ISf"1 & k ,: -- r . - 4 1 K . : Cash in band buys goods tbe cheapest at Cabbage's. When you go to Hardlnsburg stop at the Huckeby House. Charlie Elder shipped to Louisville fourteen head of fine hogs. You can get a good square meal at the Huckeby House, Hardinsburg, for 26 cents If jou need anything in the paint line it will pay you to call and Bee J. Y. Owen. inOur subscription list continues to at the rate of from Ove to ten a diy crease Owen can Bell you ready mixed paint cheaper than' anybody atid guarantee the quality. Gregory & Co , are selling fertilizers at only 10 per cent, profit. Try them before you buy. "Cloverport is a very lire town," said Representative Mason, of Hancock, to a News man yesterday. Mrs. Eugene Haynee, of Stephensport, is going into the millinery business here. The News wishes her success. The Nbws' job rooms has in press and will issue in a few days a very handsome catalogue for tho Basin Spring Stock farm near Irvington. We have dissolved partnership, and all persons indebted to us will please come forward and Bettle their accounts and save costs. R. E. Moorman & Co. Mrs. Wm. Cooper, who has for a number of years been a resident of this place.will move to Louisville this week, where she will reside In the future. The Owensboro Messenger of Tuesday says, Louis Costello, a painter from Harr dinsburg, was arrested there yesterday for drunkenness and disorderly conduit. Will Moorman has sold his Interest in the business of R. E. Moorman & Co., to He will bis partner Robt. E. Moorman. out on tho L U & V. open a general store railroad at Dean's station. Mr. Thos. R. Blaud, of Hardinsburg, was In tbe city yesterday and renewed his subscription, although his time was not near out, he said he wanted to get in on time and capture our watch. Mr. W. W. Williams, of the Basin 8prlnc Stock Farm, has sold to Mr Alfred colt, Cox, of Dale, Ind., tho Hyperion, at bai.dsome figures; and to Corilhers It Beard, of Lexlng'on, Ky., a Culler gelding, price $250. This geldiDg is bought for the New York market. Mr. Sam 8ulzer, of Cannelton, was up last week and took a look through our ma-chine shops. Mr, 8ulzer is somewhat of a machinist himself and knows a good thing He was very In this line wheu ho sees it, agreeably surprised in the extent and capacity of the works, and says everything is s, of the very beat, and put there He lays Cloverport made a tea to stay. strike when Bhe secured these shops, and Mr. ske will have no reason to regret It. everybody who kow &slzr is right and anything abcrat machinery at Ml says the same thing. Son-terday three-year-old 'five-year-ofirst-clas- Explanation of tho Ilobbln tors' Matter. Fac- BiiKCKEXiunaK News: In the matter of the location of the Bobbin Factory it Is proper to make a public statement to set matters at right. From the melpiency of the enterprise it has been our aim and desire to locate it at Cloverport, but for a time it seemed that the ground privilege would be too high to locate It within the city limits, and therefore it set us to thinking whether or not Harrods-bur- g, we should locate at Bardstown or Ky. And, by way of parenthesis, we will here state that the citizens of both these places made most generous offers in substantial aid provided wo would locate in their midst. And we here most heartily thank those good peoplo for the offer to furnish us a suitable made, site free of charge. While we reflect on po one and concede the right of every individual to value his own property, we are constrained to sny that the prices were such that we were compelled to, decline the purchase until the Messrs. Oglesby very generously offered us a very suitable location at a reasonable price md abutting on the railroad near the machine shops. Their offer was promptly accepted, and, besides paying them for it, we thank them for the liberal spirjt manifested by them towards our enterprise. And furthermore we will here advert to the prompt and liberal donation made by our citizens, at a citizens' meeting, In furtherance of tho object In view. The ultimatum was laid down to secure the factory at Cloverport, and the response was prompt and to the purpose. Thanks to those citizens for their aid and encouragement thereby socuring the factory Bt Cloverport with its resultant benefits. Should it bo a success we hope it may be an "entering wedge" to other and greater industries, inuring to tho benefit and building up of our city. Our power and machinery have all been Knnnl,i nnd are now at Louisville ready for shipment on the L , St. L & T. railroad, and. Mr. Editor, let us return, through your columns, our acknowledgements to said Railroad Company for the special r5tutfiH and rates aiven us in shipping. It is very commendablo with the" manage y, ment that every encouragement ana ibch-Uconsistent with reason, is offered by buildsaid Railroad Company to persons ing up along their lice, thus very proporly Increasing their own business. Our building is to be 28x5C feet, two stories high, and tbe contracts are no let building materfor the foundation aDd the comple ial. The work will J pushed to Editok population estimated at C.000. Tbe streets are wido and cleanly, sidewalks nicely paved and every business house in the city is of brick, as are most of tho costlier private residences, although its air and appearance is quite metropolitan. The people are characterized for their energy and thrift as well as for their hospitality, and the society is refined and cultured in the highest degreo There are seven hand-b- o mo churches, two hotels one of them (the Glyndon) recently erected and very "tony" and four banks possessing a capital stock of $800,000. Tho educational facilities are perhaps unexcelled by thoso of any place of similar importance in the Stato, for, besides Central University, with its beautiful and extensive grounds upon which are erected elegant residences for the professors, a large dormitory and academy, is Madison Female Seminary, Mrs. Lorman's select school for young ladies, and several others. The former institutions evidently enjoy, to some extent, a national fame, for their catalogues number patrons from nearly every Stato in the Union, and their annual commencement exercises occurring in June, are always notable events attracting large number of visitors who ore interested in the students and tbe succets of the richly endowed Beats of learning. I do not want to extend this communication beyond what may be a prescribed limit, yet I must cot omit to meution another attractive feature the Madison County Fair. It begioa this year on the lGth of September and continues four days. Tbe grounds comprise thirlr acres, and have upon them a large covered amphitheatre, floral hall, racing track and handsome stables for the thorough-bred- s. The premiums effered are bo liberal as to induce competition from tho leading exhibitors from this and other portions of the t State. taken by all is very great, nnd the occasion an enlivening one. The Kentucky Central railroad passes through here, and the Richmond, Irvine and Beattyville is rapidly ncaring completion to this point, and contemplates being fiuisbed to its terminus during tho summer. On the lino of this road, and twenty miles from this place, are tho Estill Spring, a celebrated summer resort. I had tbe pleasure of spending some time there-las- t summer and the water (both sulphur and chalybeate) is delightful, but I must Bay, while the scenery is certainly wild and rugged, it is not so charmingly picturesquo as your own less (perhaps) noted Tar Springs. For some time Richmond has been enjoying a quiet, though rapid growth, but it recently yielded to the general impulse of speculation, and property has greatly advanced in valuo, tho largest sale being made a few days ago of 130 acres only partially within tbe city limits, at $C00 per acre, to a Louisville syndicate, who will at once it into building lots aud place on the market. We have two well conducted nowspapeas the Climax nod. the Register but as to tbeir merits you are doubtless well informed, Tho News, however, is to me the most welcome, and I peruse all local intelligence with avidity, for, notwithstanding my most pleasant surroundings, I am still proud to be known as a "Breckenridgo county girl." The-interessub-divi- Wo make a spccinlty this season of Confirmation Outfits. Wc show Suits at all prices, and in different suitable fabrics. No one need leave our store without making a purchase, if moderate Our prices and variety of goods arc any inducement to buy. extremely Confirmation Suits, ts well as our entire stock, are well made ; the buttons stay on and scams won't rip, and tho garment holds shape always. 13c sure to see us before buying. Gentlemen hi need of u "Spring Wrap" will find our "new outfit" the handsomest stock of Spring Overcoats in the city. "Wo made them up with much care and attention, and can suit "Wc have them at all any taste in quality, stylo and finish. prices, from a good, cheap Coat to the finest silk or satin lined. JULIUS S. E. COR. i i i i i I I W NTER & m Ji U wro.ii Sd&d "Old Reliable" Clothiers THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. I WE WANT HER i Our slock of these goods has no superior. best and tan supply it. inl iii -- We buy the I I l l M i i I iTTT I I I I I U I I i I IJ i i i i.i J i i i i Poraonnl. W. D. Holt was in tbe city yesterdoy. E 8 Clark went to Hawesvillo Sunday. w siiitwent to Moolevvillo Sunday. J.' Q.Stephens, of Holt, was in the city Lost Three I'liiRcrN. Mr. Naco Lewis met with the misfor-tun- o yeBterdjy of loiing three of h's Gngers on his loft hand while working the p'aning machine at tho machine shops. He was running a piece of timber through the joiner, when hia foot slipped, and in cutching himself, missed his hold, aud his band struck tbe knife, chopping off his second, third and fourth fingers close up to tho knuckles. To make a Trial Purchase of our goods, and test them for quality and price. t WE WANT 1000 WIVES ! Monday. Hon. Chas. Blanford was in tbe city Saturday. Rev. Mr. Wolf returned to Cannelton Saturday. L. V. Moirman, West View, was here here Arthur Board, of Louisville, was last week. Hardinsburg Miss Mary Allen went to week last was in town C. Royalty, of West View, this week. is hero Mrs. Eliza Taylor, of Rjsetto. visiting relatives. 'Lick, was Mr. Charles Fisher, of Rock in town Saturday. was in Mr. S. F. Hayes, of Paynesville, In At tDAaV To know that for weight, quality and purity of goods, we acknowledge no superior. You Want the Best We Have It. etill rising at the rato of an inch an hour. It was just coming over tbe East end of the iron bridge, and will probably be entirely over tbe bridge by this morning. At Cincinnati yesterday it was rising two inches an hour, and at Louisville one inch. It is thjueht here by tho best posted r'.ver men tbat it will not como more than two feet moro, and by some that it will reach a point higher than in 1884. Tho lllvcr At this point lait dght was c:m::b SULZER'S DOORS, j&jx-j- d sdbej crs. Cloverport, Ky - - - J. R. BASSETT & BRO., LEITCHFIELD, KY. SASH, BLINDS, ROUGH DRESSED LUMBER, and to-w- it: Ho Cilot 82,300 far SI. the city last week. was in In the latter part of December Mr. Lan-s- o Len Cashman, of Preston, Mr. of a n Burrows sent $1 for tbe city last week. ol Rockvale. was in ticket in tbe Louisiana State Lottery. At Dr. R. T. Dempster, tbe January drawing tho ticket drew tbe the city last week. went to Third Capital Prize of $30,000, making of Muttiugly. Chas. Knapp, His Mr. Burrows' sharo of it $25 000. Louisville yesterday. ticket was given to the United States Exreturned from Miss Katie Burner press Company for collection and the cash last week. Louisville was promptly handed to him a few days Owensboro, was up ago. Williamsport (Pa) Breakfast-Tabl- e, P. C. Brashear. of Februnry 8. half day Friday. for a Ovensboro, is Lonnio Duncan, ol Mr. bere visiting his mother. passed W. A. Smith, of Owensboro, Dr. W. T. Taylor, of tho firm of J. II. TaySunday. down on the train lor Son, will boln Cloverport March 3lat, Louis, passed and will bo nt the Cloverport Hotel one ncelc, Mrs. Frank Ely, of St. prepared to do all kinds of Dentistry. Thursday. through tbe city daughter, Liuise, J. D. Babbage and Hardinsburg Monday. went to returned from I have placed my notes and accounts in Dr. Mrs. Marion Hambletoa Newaoini hands fo r prompt collection. Call on and Sorghotown Friday. Owensboro Da. D. T. IUvtruty. him nnd pay up. Tobinsport, Iud., Miss ZHa Simons, of May last week. was visiting Miss Annie Miss ParflRo, of Miss Violet Miller and Pure Bred Derkshlro Pigs, all ages. EllgtUo here. Stephensport, ate visiting relatives to registry. For Prices rnd other Information nddreis and Tulle daughMrs. Judith DcJernetto J. T. HoRiRDS, were in tho city Friter, of Hardinsburg, Hardlnsburg, Ky. B. T. day. L.UUIMVII.I.C, KY. visiting her daughter Prompt Payments. Mrs J. E. Keith is this -is wanted by the man who insures Mrs. U. C. Moorman, at Big Spring What his life, is not only the certainty that the week. Damiki, Quilp, Jauis D. Camp, Owensboro Mespolicy will oventually be paid, and this Mr. 8am Keith, of the Dustneia Man. Sole Proprietor & Man. without any dispute, but that it will be senger, is up visiting his parents this Importaiit Kiiffuirciiiout paid without any needless delay. Securi- week. ty, indisputability, prompt payment these Williams, of Owensboro, is Miss Lissie make up the essence of all life insurance Farewell Joint Appearance of sister, Mrs. J. A. here on o visit to her worth paying premiums for. If any of Mayhall. Bootn:- these elements is lacking tbe company is a t, nmTvler.Jr. of Owens no good and a policy is not desirable. boro.' spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. The company that has all of tbe above Supported by a powerful Dramatic Company, features and offers its patrons an iron clad John Burks. under the direction of MisB Katie le Mrs. A. B. Skillman and policr and one that is absolutely AltTIIUn D. Oil ASK. Burks, Jr., nt after threo years, is the old reliable Bowm'er visited Mrs. John Krnest Aldkrt. Superb Scenery by United States Life Insurance Company of Addison, Monday. Weatberholt, cf Koporlolro : New York. This company is represented Mr. and Mrs. Curt Richelieu. Thursday, May 1st and re- Tobinsport, are visiting Mr, and Mrs. Geo. in this county by two Macbeth. Friday, May 2d liable gentlemen, Messrs. S. R. Dent and Weatberholt this week. Ilamlot. Sat. Matlneo, May 3d Rome, Ind., H. Bi Head, who are doing a nice business Mr. and Mrs. Conner, of Saturday Night, May 3d .Merchant or Venice and taking a number of policies. At Irv- arrived on the packet Sunday. They wll' Scale of Price. ington they have issued policies to Xhe make this their future home. $5, $8, $10, for the season, according to loca following well known citizens, viz : Allen n SUUlman went to Owensboro i... tion. 8. Hendricks, Gatland Hendricks, James at tho Qensral Admlsiion One Dollar. Friday night to act as King, Greon Bandy, James L. Freeman, funeral services of Mrs. Jabine. Season sale begins, April 1st at Ken Wathen, Bate Berndon, Everett JolOwensD. II. Baldwin A Co's Mrs. Jennie 8. Jabiuo wont to ly, Milton Lockard, and Joseph M. Fitch. ol her Single sale begins, April 15th at boro Thursday to attend the funeral Mr. James Sharman, who died at LouisNo. 238 4th AveLue. Mrs. John S. Jabine. daughur-io-laville lasc Monday, had just taken out a polFor information and orders for seats address Sulzer and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 8am icy in this company and we venture to say were the guests JAMES B. CAMP, Business Manager, that it will bo paid promptly and without Miss Maud, of Cannelton, week. P. O. Box 63, Louisville, Ky. of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Nolle last word. Life is short and it is very ima Murray fu.Reduced Bates on IUUroadi. portant that we make provision for the Messrs. A. B. Skillman, D. R SPECIAL Boston Symphony Orchestro, 80 ture. If you are not insured, go at once, and Amel Oelss went to Louisville Sun Performers, May 8th. see these gentlemen and take out a policy, day on important business lor tue comIf you can't take a large one, take out a mercial Club of this city. small one. Miss Lula Owen entertained to tea last week, at her home on First street, in n Plenty of Natural Uaaj, Hut no "City vory beoutlful manner, Misses Fannie Da. HuMrimiTS' SrKCincs aro scientifically and Alra." carefully prepared prescriptions i mod for many Brashear and Minnie Murray and Messrs. year In prlrato practice with surcas,and for orcr thirty year tued by tliepoople. Every slnalo Lawrence, Kaufman Co , Texas, W. O. Moorman and O. T. Skillman. Is a special euro for tho dUcoto named. Roofing - Building Material G TIOjY ESTIMATES furnished at low prices. SHIPMENTS made directly from Planing Mill to any point. Sd TISFjL ass ured. Notice Dentistry. gSg: pppot. sup- Notice. WHEELERS. A word to the Wheelers. plies. You needn't consult any- For Sale. body nor make any arrangements in regard to your I am selling goods now lower than any living man Come to my store in can sell them and always have. :A.TJ3DITOZTJ3yi::- 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 the original low price man of this county. If you want goods bring along the cash or its equivalent, produce. for less. I am JMHevy 1, 2, 3, 'SO Edwin iHelena Modjeska. J. A. WITT. incon-testib- well-kno- r......... DRAI.KUS IN Hardinsburg", Ky. . IRVINGTON, KY. Field Seeds, Farming Implements, GROCERIES, SADDLERY, HARDWARE, pall-bear- er STOVES and TINWARE, BOOTS and SHOES. We make a specialty of Seeds and Farming Implements. Call and get our prices before buying as we are sure wo can save you money on wliat you buy. We also keep in connection with our store a first-cla- ss Hotel and Livery Stable and offer special inducements to Commercial men. McGLOTHLAN BROS., Irvington, Ky. HUMPHREYS' ,, Spo-clf- March 12tb, 1890. tion. ,, March BnnniK 17, 1890. Factokv Co. un- -- n.t. tiA. w earo her CaMMIW) Oliurcli Nates. Fuiekii Badiiaoe: I don't know how PnKBBYTEMAX Church Sunday 8chool my Bubscriptlon to the News stands, but I wish to keep it olive, and enclose you $1 every Sunday, 3.00 p. m. Tuesday night prayer meeting 7:30, by for that purpose. and natural officers of the church. 8ince you have a railroad gas, I suppose you all put onjo'.ty airs, and a Cnuncii. Preaching on secBavti fellow from away down in Texas might get ond and fourth Sundays of each month, nt Well there's nothlost in old Cloverport 11 o'clock a m. and 7:30 p. m. ing like it, and here's to News, town, rail-JU- d Sunday School every Sunday at 0:30 and nil. I am still kicking do s. m. e. practice, run a drug store and koep Prayer Meeting every Wednesday at Your friend, 7:30 d. m. 8. A. Catmn. W. K. Pkkuod, Pastor. Thaw Spocldca cure without drugging, pnrg-ln- a or reducing tho system, nnd areln fact and dcsdthosoTcrclffn remedies of the World, CTJItlfc UaTOFPEMCIrALIIOa. 1 l'evern. Congestion. InllMiiniatlon 1) A Sure Hog Cholera Preventive. J. E. MOORMAN'S Will prevent tbe rarsges of.Cbol-er- a on any farm stock, an J, In some cases will cure Cholera, althouBh.ws'' will not Insure It to Jo so. It has been tried and ihiJroughly tested ujr muuy Ol the .beTl farmers In Breokenrldgo amlFlIarilln rr.sP .. 'irit H.. .n.t I... iisui iaiieu. .... ...... - . are the names of some of our farmers who have tested Us merits i JghmMtador, Dolnh Jones uigoprings; iiuu nuguiu, ir. u. , auu, becmuo ) una, iiaruttway, lleifleyrllle. Experience teaches us that Hog Cholera canno) bo cured except In rare cases ; so this U merely a prerentlve nhlcb, If glren according to directions, wjSSrarrant to preterre the health It Is put up In saoks nt 12 cents per pound. TwenfyTfie pounds will keep twenty.flvo hogs healthy for a year. AOKNTS Beard Beeler, Uardlnsburgj Q, Y .Short, Cloverport t Joe Jones, Rockvale. Manufactured by PIUCW. t post-offic- Unit ICUeUIII, Kheurnatlo rains.. . Hbeutiiatl.nl, ChllU, Malaria, I'rrer and A nue. l'llen, Hllndor I) m nrrh, innuenra, Violent me w ,y Coughs. ,Q ooplng (tonsil? lernl lieblllty.i'hyslcal Wcakuwa .0 Hi MalaerJ 4 Im Th ea, of Children or Adults, . ft llv.rntory, arlplng.lilUoua Colic M (Jbaiqrn. Msrfcas, VUllllblllg... rough!., Cold, llronchltU.. .. . . .. n.DraiKiui .ww.uwvv, HlcklleacJiiclie. vr tlcnduclie.,lllllous Htomarh. vertigo I mapopaln, Painful 1'erloda. .. I Whiten, tool'rotiwa Periods Oroup, Cough, Dimcultllrrathlng . worm, wwra t oj"; " "" J Crrluir Collr.orTrethlngof Infant. 5 Hocj Gliolera. jf "" mum tjw Preventive ui J f ri M iJrll.'"V"u"" -. s i 'i lu coim-Selo- w cried Wtwm .he clung to Carforta. When she became Children, siio gave them Caatorl Whoa she bad wmCi4 Xilfr " " Services at the Methodist church. SunMrs. Cooper is doting out her stock of days 11 a. Ha. and 7 p. m., by the pastor. millinery at auction. Sunday School Sunday 9:30 a. m by For all kinds f job pasting Ic the lat-e- st 6pt. A. A. SiaoM. rtyfe, ell at Ik Brkckknhiiwjic News Prayer Meeting Thursday 7 p, m. Rkv. W. C. Biusdos, Pastor. ofte. a 32 tout rii lacaacaoflbellcRrt.ValpltatlonJMSB u "sold by of rrlrt. S, sent Postpaid on receipt KVMriiHCT' Maxuai, (M4 pages) Jr SPEGI FIGS. r, J. E. MOORMAN, Owensboro, Ky. r .. Xfn-rgmfF- "VVTTPV 1 "T 1SfP!PW Rheumatism, UNION STAR. Lust week Mrs. James U. Rigcs received tho shocking intelligence that her little nephew, Dickio Ragsdnlc, son of K. M. Ragsdale. died of lu grippe nt his home in Troy, Ind., March I. "A little liiuo on Mirth ho spent, Till (lud for hi in hi nngcl sent ; Jtut nmr ho hits gnno to a fnlrcr land To join the bright angollc hnml," 12 LIGHTS TWO MILES UNDER WATER. it Sne- ENGUSH What AND AMERICAN ROADS. A UUturbed lt'eVerlo. testimony : "About two yenrs ngo, niter stifTerinj for nearly two years from rliciinmtlc gout, belli); nblo to wnlk only with Brent discomfort, and having tried various remedies, inrtnilliig mineral waters, without relief, I saw by an advertisement in a Chicago pnpei t lint a man hnd been relieved of this (llstre.ialng complaint, after lone suffering, by taking Aya's Sarsaparilla. I then decided to inalto a trial of this medicine, and took it regularly for eight months, and am pleased to state that It has effected n eoinplcto cure. I linvo slnco had no return of tho disease." Mrs. 11. Irving Dodge, 110 West 12Jtli St., New York. " Ono year ago I was taken 111 with inflniiituntorv rheumatism, being confined to my liouso six months. I camo out of tho slekness very much debilitated, with no appetite, ntul my system disordered in every wnv. I commenced using Aver's Sarsaparilla and begnn to Improve" at onie, gaining in strength and soon recovering my usual henllli. 1 cannot snj too much In praise of this n medicine " Mrs. I. A. Stark, Nashua, N 11 well-know- BI5IHG lulno lo tlio isiiroscncc of uric tho blood, most ofTectunlly curel by tlio use of Ayor's Snrsiipii-rlllt- i. Ho miro you rvi Ayer'n ami no other, nml toko it till tho polionmii nofil Is thoroughly cxpallctl finni tlm nystom. Wo clmllengo attention to this Tlio Pi Into nr Monaco tin Miitlo ers of 8rt rintitnr. I)-:- p Opinions l'.prrlmeut Homo I'mvcri fium lllioilo laliiml. llui Mr. llarnry Parr, of Mooleyvillo, was visiting bis sister, Mrs. Joe R Severs, a fow days recently. A very dinnnuiivo pieco of femiuinitr recently arrived at Mr. Jas. Hall's house Mrs. Alice Deicon, sister of Mr. 0. P Oashani, died at her home, near Paynes- ville, on the Kith inst Her remains were brought here and interred in the old Das-hagravo-vir- d about a mile from town. An efLirt is being miiJo by the young folks to get up an entertainment consisting ol dramas, music and tableaux. We m wish them success. Mr. C 8. Crosson's school in Robert's Bottom closed last Friday, the h inst. 1 Mr. Robt. Cashtnati was nl Hnrdiusburg Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Dr. J. C, last Friday. To purify your blood bnd regulate the action of tho stomach and bowels, you cannot find n better and mere suitable rnrrAnin nr Ayer it Co., Lowell, Mass. bolt I. frier $1, li i Worth a botllc. Rreckenridge News .load the Novelette remedy than Laxador. It is true economy to use Dr. Hall's Baby Syrup when the baby is teething. Von will save yourself many a resikss night. It costs only 23 :ents. I'liM'j- Cnocli'ft llonli ''Fani Pusey,"otherwise Mrs Robert K fJooch, formerly of lliis city, but now of Chicago, has in press with Dodd, Mead A. Co , of New Voik, a new novel, which will Mrs fiooch has fthniil) he brought out already produced one book, which she brought out under n iiom tie plume, but this time she allows her maiden name to go on the tide page. ''Miss Mordcck's Father" is a plot wrought out beforo Mrj. Goocb'8 marriage, and while she resided with her father, at that time SuperintenDr. Hamdent of the Anchorage asylum mond, the insanity expert and believer in Brown-Sequielixir, read the book in manuscript nnd his criticism was favorable A compliment to Mrs. Ooocli, and she will pardon the disclosure ot a secret, is the fact that the publishers bring out the book at their own risk and pay a good royaltj from the s'art. k Ihe study is one of insanity, and leads a dual existence, but this is admitted earl in the slory, and thero the resemblance to ' Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hjde" ends The motive is altogether dtllerent Mordeck is ulll cted with "marked epilepsy," t lift t moat fascinating of all subjects insanity, his unhappy state being the result of having been struck on the hend by He is unconxctous in a shall in the army. one state nf what he does while in the other, nnd it is only by accident that a friend discovers his condition In one state he is a reckless gambler, and in the other n reserved man ol business. All unknown to lii in there are two Mrs Mordecks one the wife of the gambler and one the His friend who wife of the business man. discovers the mysterious state of alluirs consults physicians, nnd the decide upon an operation to remove the portion of shell from his br'iiti and relieve the pressure. The question is "Which is the reul man, the elegant gentleman or the gambler." It will be seen that there are great possibilities in the story. Louisville Times. .lira. I'll II I - cv Til Forger's Bride! -- BY ROSE TERRY. It will shortly appear in this Paper. In tho investigations that were undertaken by the Priuco of Monaco hi deep sea soundings, nn Ingenious method wnii adopted to obtnin bpoelineim of tho living creatures existing at tho bottom of tho ocean. Tho nppnrntun used was shown nt tlio Paris exhibition. The en go in which tho submarine animals wcro caught, according to Lo Oenio Civil, consisted of a cylinder of wire having three conical entrances, llko thoso of a lobster pot, and weighted for submersion with detnchnblo weights. It was, however, very unlikely that at theso Immense depths, whero tho darkness is practically total, any fish would voluntarily find their way Into tlio trap, and steps wero taken to attract them by n light placed hsido it. Obviously, no light was avail-nbl- o but an electric light, but to get an electric light to bum a miloor two under water was not ensy. Tho only resource was to supply tho incandescent wiro from n battery in tho trap. Here, howovcr, another difficulty occurred. It wns necessary to inclose tho battery, which hnd to bo of considerable power, in a lwx of somo kind, and as tho hydrostatic pressuro at such depths was six or soven hundred pounds to tho Mjunre inch, it waB found inipos-bibl- e to make a box which 'was not crushed befoio it reached its destination. At last, however, this troublo was overcome by tho curious device of connecting tho box with a balloon. Tho balloon was mado of cloth dipped in India rubber, and so arranged that tho air in it was in communication with that in tho battery box. On Kinking tho apparatus, tho hydrostatic pressuro, being virtually uniform all round tho balloon, compressed it equally on all sides, forcing tho air out of it into tho battery box, until the press-uiinsidn the box nnd balloon exactly balanced tho pressuio outside. This process went on to any extent, so that at tho bottom of the sea, although tho balloon wan reduced by tho enormous force exerted on it to n small fraction of its original size, it still kept the internal nnd external pressuro equal. On laising tho apparatus again it expanded as tho pressure diminished, and brought the battery box to the surfneo uninjured. So successful was this device that not content with capturing deep sea fish, the prince and his assistants proposo on their next expedition lo send down a photographic apparatus and bring back negatives of tlio bottom of tho ocean, ns seen by tho electnc light. London Public Opinion. o Mor-dec- thnt there may bo in Scotland next year a trial between EngOne comparison of locomotives as a whole, and of theii individual parts, lies iu tho possi ble itnpiovemcnt in minor details. For instance, giving tho Ameiicun locomotives their just due, thero can bo no question but tlio English locomotives have It American uuri is possible iiillili Iioroinotlvcii. lish mid American locomotives. gieat iidvuntiigo of sido by sido Finely Illustrated. STEPHENSPORT. Work will be resumed on our streets as soon as spring opens Mrs. Lee Isnncs is visiting in Louisville Capt. Iiagby wits iti town Sunday. Mr. Taylor Hanks went to Louisville yesterday. Miss Lula I'uyne, of Loiliburg relatives here lust week Miss I'iiunm Knglish is viaiting in and Long ISnu.cli visited Ilrnn-denburg Mrs ICIla Watlingion, who has been visiting her parents in Lvansville, I ml , hns returned. Cloverrort surely lias enough gis to boom her now, with two newspapers and her wells. The Cloverport Times was a newsy little sheet last week, but we don't think it will ever eijuul the Xbw s for news larger and more durable wearing surfaces in pi opoition to tho loads. Their driving Ik03. and shoes and wedges, while having less woik to do, have over GO per cent, moio wealing surface. The ends of tho connecting iods where the brasses fit aio casu hardened, nnd thiougbout the macbiiio it is just to say that gieutei attention is paid to tbodiira-bilitof the working pints in tho English than iu tho American locomotive. However, on the other hnnd, our engines are superior In the geueial mountings of tho boileis and in tlio accessibility of the parts for repairs. Tho English locomotive costs something over 12,000 at n low rato for labor, whilo our own for hauler service scarcely reaches $8,000. It is doubtful If tho additional $4,000 is warranted by tho increased durability of the English engine. Lowiston Journal. y I'enroil, of Cloverport, will preach at the Biitist church here on the fifth Sunday. Mr. Win. McMillen is ill at this writing nlso Mr. J. I). McKaughn Stephensport wants a city hall and must have it, so her ci.iens had better look to it at once. Rev. W. K I have been cured of a bad case of rheumatism by using one bottle of Salvation 0,1, and I cheerfully recommend it as the best liniment ever trade Musi fi uik Maltby House, llaltimore, Md Beware of Counterfeits' See that jou get the genuine Ur Hull's Cough Sirup. Price 2' cents Tlio no. Tin: .ioi.i.v. IteprcNuiifiiilve r.xccllcnt lliifc Sunt lo Hie l.egikltilnrc. Last Sundays Courier-Journa- l conluitud a picture of our Hon. 1 ice and the following sketch. Tice is making a splendid record, and the Ni.ws as well as a host of friends is very proud o( him The Courier-Journal says : "JJon. Tice Jolly, the member from Ilreckenridgo county in the lower House, is one of the dilligent, though quiet, members of that body. That he is a man of force needs no other proof than the fact that he wrested his county from the Republican ranks, his predecessor in ollice, Hon Charles lilunford, having been the Republican leader in the House Mr. Jolly's record in tho Legislature is n creditable one. He votes right every time Mr. Jolly is a young lawyer and belongs to the influenzal Jolly family of RreckenHe is a cousin of United States ridge, District Attorney Geo. W. Jolly, He is a man of medium height, quiet manner and strong characteristics, nnd makes o good Representative." .tlorlt Win).. We deaire to say to our citizens that far years we have been selling Dr. King's New "Discovery for Consumption, Dr, King's N6Wj,Life Pills, Rucfelen's Arnica Salve nnd Electric Hitlers, and have never handled remedies that sell as well, or that bavo given such universal satisfaction. We dp not ht'siloto lo guarantee them every time, and wo stand reedy toTrcfund tho purchase price, if atiifaclory results do not follow Soro Throat, Hacking Cough. Chest (heir uso. These remedies Lave won great Pains, ilc, cured by taking the great rempopularity purely on their merits. edy, "C. 0. C Certain Cough Cure." Sold 0. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. andT A. by 0, W. Short. Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky., Druggists I'lillltu llifuro tlm Ijir. n.xuti, tie Itonpi) Itlij ill Ml.'i Theodoio Hayman, tho Cincinnati creRegan, llie lliyini'riter, is in :i Dovvcry variety bliovv. lie is billed us nn luipro-vibc- r mator, is charged with stealing and selling tho coflins of sundry patrons of his of verses for a song, nnd lin invites auditors to suggest topics, upon which ciematory. This is serious, if true, for the icintroduction of becond hand or lie promUos instantaneous Htnnzas. A group of Columbia college students were plugged colllns into circulation is manithere the other night, when Regan, the festly an obstiuction to trade, but wo fail rhymester, said: "If any gentleman will to boo how the chargo of stealing can bo proposo n vv ord I will instantly blng a made to hold. If tho coffin belongs to anybody it is the property of tho corpse, verso nbont it." for it is bought for his comfort and "Protoplasm," cried n student. aggrandizement, usually with his money. Tho singer turned a deaf oar and started oil with a verso on "Marriage," a At any rate, such titlo as exists is cerword which nobody had utteied. Then tainly vested in tho occupant, and if the the student shouted again. "I challenge occupant relinquishes his tenement, nnd by his own act, in being reduced to a you to sing a verso on Protoplasm.' " "And I refuse," replied Regan. "It is small bagful of ashes, evinces a determination to quit claim his previous habnot a fit subject to Hing about befoio laitation, tho property becomes a sort of dies." The entertainment went on n little fern untune, of v hich tlio captor or finder while, nnd then another student cried is properly seized. Tho point for tlte out in i espouse to a call for a word: courts to determine would bo whothei Mr. Ilayinan could, under tho circum"Apotheobis." Itcgau looked savngely at bis torment- stances, commit larceny ns bailee. Is not tho collln really bo much tare iu the ors and then utrode down to the footlights, "tallica nnd gentlemen," lio 1packages shipped to him for professional eminent? Chicago Times. said, "I appeal to you. That man thero I can't call liini a gentleman lie and llus Nut .Slept for I'our V'pura. his pals are trying to .jeer my act." Four j ears without sleeping a wink! "lint why don't you mako u v erso on That sounds preposterous, but it is ex'Apotheosis?' " "I decline. I will not make up verses actly lliocaso of an old negro now living on scriptuinl subjects." New Yin It lett- iu Athens, Ills. Charley Harden is his name, and tho snows of ngo have settled er. down upon him. In slavery times ho Carried On tlm Key. belonged to John "White. Charley was Frank MeKce, tho road manager of seen on tho streets tho other day talking Henderson's "Gondoliers," ia married to several of his friends, nnd telling them to pretty Isabello Coo, tlio leading lady of his curious condition. "For four in Nat Goodwin's company, nnd tlicy years," bald he, "I have not slept a wink. have u pretty lioino in Now York city. I hear continually a buzzing sound, nnd McKeo iu a wonder nmong theatrical it seems us if eovcrnl persons wero talkhusbands, as (lining tlio four yenrs ho ing to mo all tlio lime. At night I lio in has been married ho has written a long my bed with oyes wido open, nnd if letter to hit wife overy siuglo day he has I do sleep, nover closo them, and always been separated from her. At their Now hear tlio talking. It is nn awful thing York houso they havoa hugo iton letter to Lo talked to for four yenrs, and box out in front, and vv hen Frunk left through tho long nights to havo lo listen Mrs. McKeo at homo, some months ngo, to lliis nonsense." Now York Commerho sent his daily letters jia usual, until cial Advertiser. ono night ho found tho key to tho big letter box in his pocket. Tho next mornA llonunzit King Dead. ing ho hoaid fiom his wifo in a letter, Tlio death of Archie Dot laud at his tho burden of which was: "Send mo tho homo iu Oakland, Cnl., removed ono of letterbox key. I can see, 6omo of your tlio most prominent and picturesquo of letters In thuio, but cannot get them." tho old miners on tlio Pacific coast. "Well, McKeo vvroto nn apologetic letter, norland began mining when a lad of inclosed tho key, nnd was about to mall 17. lie learned tho business from tho it when ho thought of something. This bottom up, and when tlio great Coin-stoc- k letter, too, would lie dropped in the box, broko out he was nblo to jump nnd, as it contained tho key, o;.'.y n jim- from tlio plnco of common miner to a release, his correspondence. my would wealthy speculator iu n fow months. So ho toro open tho envelope, took out Ho wns ono of tho best experts over tho key, nnd tnnllcd it to a Now York known, ntul when tho big bonanza was friend, saying: "Pleaso take this to my found iu Consolidated Virginia and Caliwife at onco nnd onnblo her to lies r from fornia Borland hud n block of tlio stock mo." This was done, nnd Mrs. McKeo which would havo netted him $5,000,000 read Frank's "back numbers" for a had ho sold out nt tho top of tho market. week. Chicago Herald. -- Now York World. 1 ;y Croup and Whooping Cough in Children speedily relieved and cured by "0. 0 0 Certain Cough Cure." Warranted Sold by G. W. Short. Experiments on tho amount of tractive Ijvo may bring us weal or woe, force required lo movo n load show that Kun or lmilonr, peace or pnl. (Ouch! Confound tlmt'llttlrt toe. it will lake eight horses to draw a truck flues It must bo going to rain.) and load weighing 0,000 ouiuH on firm soil covered with gravel four to six When wlllilri tlio trusting henrt-- ' Ixivo'h pnro bud of liojie U born, inches deep. On earth cmbankmont iu U becomes of life a part. good condition tho work can bo tlono by (Shades of Plntbt if hat a corn.) a forco equaling two nnd one-hahorses. Under soft and sunny sides On broken fit ono road in good condition (Guess my shoes aro rather tight, tho same load can bo hauled by n forco Though I pot the largest size) horses, and on tho of ono and It will blossom glad and lirlghL samo road in bnd condition, with ruts Hut a cloud of doubt o'crhcad inches deep four to four and one-haAll Its fair unfolding stunts, and thick mud, five horses will bo re(I must Wilt ) Loro lives dead. (A chiropodist at once.) quired. But on a good, dry pavement Chicago Herald ono good horso can movo tho samo load all day. Ulll Sjker' Manner. On tlio subject of good nnd bnd roads "No," said tho keeper of tho restaurant tho following from tho pen of tlio lato Dr. J. O. Holland draws n comparison in tho railroad station, "I don't think unfavorable to tho existing road system much of Bill.Syker. You can't respect such n person, don't you know." In America: Of courso wo all wanted to know what "Tlio point which I wish to impress upon my American reader is simply this; Dill had been doing. "Doln'l" exclaimed tho restaurant that tho English horse, employed in tlio mnn, indignantly; "I wns tellln' him of streets of a city or on tlio roads of tho country, does twico ns much work ns tho tho outrage I was Biibjpcted to by a party American horso similarly employed in of tramps what broko in hero ono night America. This is the patent, undeniable nnd ato upverythln' I had in stock. fact. No man can fail to sco it who has And what do you think Bill did? Instead his oyes about him. How does ho do it? of Bympathizin' with me, ho had tho Why does ho do it? Theso nro most im- meanness to nsk, 'How many of 'em portant questions to nn American. Is died?' No, sir! you never need to tell me! Bill Sykor's n low down, or'nary the English horso better than tho American horse? Not nt till. Is ho overworked? cuss, tin' thero ain't tho mnkin' of a genI have seen no evidenco that ho is. I tleman in a thousand of him," Boston havo seen but ono lamo horso iu Loudon, Transcript. Tho sitnplo explanation is that tho Eng-- . Give V tile Chance. lishmnn has invested in perfect nnd perA young lady asked nil editor this exmanent roads what tho Amciican ex- traordinary question: "Do you think it pends in perishable horses that rcquiro lu right for a girl to sit on a young man's to ho fed. lap, oven if she is engaged?" "Wo nro using today in tho little town Whereupon tho editor told this extraorof Springfield just twico as many horses dinary He: "Wo havo"hnd no experience as would bo necessary to do its business in tho matter referred to." if tlio roads nil over tho town wcro as Why didn't ho say: If it was our girl good ns Main street is from Ferry to Cenand our lap, yes; if it wns another girl tral. Wo are supporting hundreds of nnd our lap, yes; but if it wns our girl horses to drag loads through holes that nnd nnother fellow's lap, never, never, ought to bo filled, over sand that should never! Wayback Astonisher. bo hardened, through mud that ought not to bo permitted to exist. Wo havo A Nice Discrimination. the misery of bad roads nnd aro actually A railroad man tells this story: or practically called upon to pay n pre"Out on (ho toad nil tho hotel emmium for them. It would bo demonployes knew mo nnd catered to my apstrably cheaper to havo good roads than petite for good edibles. At one timo I poor ones. It is 60 here. A road well ordeied n beefsteak, and a stranger next built is easily kept in repair. A milo of me at tho tablo said ho would tako tho good macadamized road is more easily same, whereupon tlio rascally waiter supported than n poor horse." called out: Tlio expenso of building good roads is " 'Two beefsteaks ono for a railroad an important item, nnd tho macadam is man nnd tho other for n gentleman 1'" too expensive for country byways and Chicago Times. crossroads, nnd, in fact, is only feasiblo whero travel is extensive. Macadam 30 On Gumd. feet wide and 0 inches thick iu tho cenBobby Did you spy on your sister and ter requires C.G00 tons of broken stono to Iicr beau? tho mile. The cost of stono varies from Itobby Yes, I peeked through tho key70 cents to $3 a ton, nnd this would bring hole. tho cost of surfneo material up to $3,850 Bobby Well? to $11,000 nnnlo. A macadam road has Robbio I guess they must havo been recently been mado near Philadelphia up lo snulT. Elslo was near tho window, at an nverago of about $!i,000 n milo for and Adolfus (that's his fiendish name) six miles, but thero was n good foundawas at tho piano, twenty-seve- n feet distion to work on. At Bridgeport, Conn., tant. Pittsburg Bulletin. 18 to 20 forty miles of good macadam, feet wide, including grading, cost a triflo Hor Ho Could l'lciwe JIliu. under $3,000 a mile. "I don't beliovo that I'm very popular Tho committee on improvement of with your father," Bald Herbert, sadly. highways, Rhode Island division of tlio "No," sho answered frankly, "you uro Leaguo of American Wheelmen, recently not." received two important letters upon tho "Do you know of anything I could do subject of good and bad roads which nro to mako him liko mo better?" of general interest. Henry "I don't think of anything," sho anHoward, of Rhodo Island, says: swered, after somo thought, "unless you "I am very glad to learn that there is could go away somewhero and die." somo prospect of legislation in regard 'to Washington Post. our faulty highway system. When I returned from my first nnd prolonged visit Tlio Irrcprcialble Smnll llrntlier. to Europo I could scarcely beliovo that I Alico (at tho supper table) Hero are had nil my lifo been familiar with such two spoons it my tea cup. What is it a roads ns met my cyo on my leturn, In sign of that some one will call, or someno part of my travels had I seen roads so thing, isn't it? poor as is tho rulo in our country towns; Tommy It's a sign that thero's goin' and I had been in somo out of tho way ter bo two spoons iu tlio parlor when Mr. places, too. Wo nro moro wasteful in Binglcy comes to seo you this respect than in all other tilings put Lawrenco American. together. Comparing tho rural sections of Europo with thoso of our country, A Valid Ilensoii. thero 13 no doubt, I think, but that a horso Two friends meet. thero performs doublo tho duty ho does "How is it, Vladimir, you pass nil your here, and thcreforo is worth twico ns evenings at tho widow X's house?" mucin It would bo tho highest economy "I am in love, iny dear fellow." to put all our roads in rt permanently "Then marry her." good condition. When it is onco dono "Ah, but then whero shall I pass my tho annual expense is as nothing to tho ovenings?" Transatlantic. money which is expended now without any beneficial results. Thero is no class l'uzzlei the Doctol. to which highways nro so advantageous "Strange about Brown." as to farmers. If thoy could bo induced "Why?" to give the subject sufficient consideration "Ho never tastes water and yet ho 1ml they would soon put a stop to this egre- a crick in tlio back." Chicago Times. gious folly of 'working out tlio tax.' " Tho president of tho Rhode Island South Amorlcnn 1'iulilon Note. Industry society writes: "As to tho matter of highway improvements, I think it is of tho greatest importanco to tlio prosperity of our communities that some chango should bo mado fn their care. "At present in somo parts of our stale JUS thero is n gradual shrinkngo in tho valuo of our farming property, owing, iu my opinion, to tho want of better highway communication. "In my own town, Scltuate, wo havo nbout soventy-tw- o miles of highway, divided into about sixty road districts, and iu somo of theso districts, I fear, tho road taxes have been expended on tlio 'working out or standing out plan.' Last spring, nt our annual town meeting, it was decided to mako n chango by appointing road commissioners, tlio num ber not to exceed three. This chango takes effect this coming spring, and I hopo that suitable road machinery may bo supplied them, 60 that our road taxes may bo used to better advantage. As to tlio present condition of tho roads in our state thero can bo but ono opinion they Boas will bo worn around tho neck need to be improved; ns to how it should bo dono I havo no plans. It might bo ngnin this season. Harper's Bazar. well for the legislature to appoint n comIn tho Spring months. mit teo to tako tho matter into consideration nnd lccommcnd somo law that Nature ahould be assisted wbon tho sysshould bo npplicablo throughout tho tem s changing from the full habit of the itntc," winter months to the lighter diet of the Millions of dollars throughout tho warm season. Nothing does this as well north and west havo been tied up this full nnd winter becauso of tlio mud as S S. S. It stimulates the sluggish blockade on tho roads. This ought to set blood and rids the system of heaviness and every ono to thinking how it could bo tho feeling of languor. If there is poison avoided. 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