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USIE BARCLAY was in the back yard one Monday ntglit, taking the clotlie3 from tlio line, when her MAjbsRPJt II J Thousands of dollars worth or 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. For sale by G. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky. 50-cen- ts two-thirds alio made pretty picture flitting In and out among tlio snowy linen, the slanting sunbeams falling on thought trm men, Thomas Tyler nnd Samuel Dale, came up tho lano from tlio potato Held. They both looked at the girl, but if cither of them fnthor's hired rem STOP TOTJIt COUGH WITH Cures Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, and Trill relievo consumptive pnticnts In advanced stages 5 will enro whenenrn-nolo- , nnd rotioTO in tlio worst cases. NcotlmtC. C. C. Is blown in OTcrrliot-tl- o J. nndtnlco no other. C. MENDENHALL 25c. Price CO., & 60LE PROPRIETORS, EVAKSVILXE, SOLD BY DnUGQISTS GENERALLY. Remove Corns, Warts & Rontons with BOTTZi33. 25. Otis. WAWIANTED BT SOLD AND , CERTAIN CORN CURE. C3-- - "7". SZESOIES'n: YtiW 11 Heat $& IVrftcl tlinckMprr Warranted .waTf, nnnunr caeta. 00 IP JUoth ladiee'and rtM a lixri, F with wotki tod casta or nuat ralue Oil HRSOKln rrich local it r can Mean on nCree. tcrtthrr with our lir nd valuable Hnoof llotiaehaltJ FilnmnlM. TbtM aa bit a. 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' TIME SCHEDULE, ( Taking Effect At 5:00 o'clck A. U.t Sundaj, Feb. 23, 1890. Vt'ttl Hound Traim Mill, AND xruRia. 8.00am Eixit Pound Traint MOL iND STATIONS. EZP8K88. 1.20nf ; .0,19 KenmoKy oireoi Alma House l.uo.. fer 0.00 8.32 9.41 9.62 10.02 10.13 10.23 10.32 10.47 , - I'leasure Ridge Park Valley ..Meadow Lawn.. River View.. -West Point Hock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Quston Irvlngton Webster Lodlburg; Plereo Sample.,..?. Stephensport Holt Cloverport Sklllman Ilaweiville.. , Kaleon Karon- - 12.25 .. 12.02 .. U.62asi 1.40 11.31 ..11.20 11.00 1 .. .. .. .. 10.59.. 10.47 .. 10.37 ,10.30 , 10.10 .. 10.(7 11.03 11 13 ,. 11.22- 11.38 11, Mm 12.08pm 13,23 12.31 12.62 .. 1,06 1.15 M Arr 1.39 1,4 3,07 2,1ft .. - 10.10.. M - 0.64 9.39 0.2J 9.19 , M Lewlaport Powers 8.56.. 8.30 .. 8.21 .. Lve 8 Ham 7.45 .. 7.34 .. 7.11 7.05 .. Lvo (1,60am S.OIruArr Patea Owoniboro Stanley Worthlngton SnottsTltle .....; llasketta UenJersoa Tho porch commanded a view of tlio gVecn yard sloping' down to the meadow bank behind tlio farm house. Susie's task was completed, and the great round basket at her sido was heaped high with tho snow whito linen. Her companion was taking down tho lino, when suddenly, by a dexterous movement, ho threw a coil over tlio girl's head. Sho struggled to freo herself, but it was plain to see, by her laughing, blushing faco and tlio yielding motion of her suppio framo toward her captor, that she was no unwilling prisoner in his grasp. Thomas Tyler, holding tho ends of tho ropo in his right hand, looked toward the porch and showed his whito teeth in a Bmile. Tho sight was not agreeable to Samuel Dale. "Do you sco that?" ho said, angrily. "It's been going on for weeks, nnd ho winding himself round tho girl as lie's tightening that ropo round her now. Do you want to sco her tied hand nnd foot, Father Barcluy, nnd never lift a finger to stop it?" "Sho! sho! Sammy! what's como over ye, boy? You look as black as a thunder cloud, Gittin' jealous, hoy? Why the girl's foollu' a little, that's all. Girls will bo girls, you know, and Tom Tyler's a good lookiiv chap, with a smooth tonguo in his head for women, folks. And, now I think of it, he's always round tho girl. You must stick up to her, Sammy. I can't do your courtin' for yo. Show n littlo pluck, my boy. If Tom Tyler talks soft, do you talk softer. Women folks liko coaxin' and flattcrln'; nnd mebbo you havesJt giv' Suo cnougli of it." "I am no match for Tom Tyler at that game," said tho young man, moodily. "Your daughter lias known my mind theso tlireo years, and don't need any soft words to tell her of it. And, Father Barclay, tho foolings that's been going on for tho lost fortnight is a kind I can't put up with. I thought you might have soBaethiug to say about her throwing ncrseit uway on a icuowunose 'very n&mo was strange lo her tlireo months ago; but I see you have no notion to meddle. Sho ia likely to follow her own bent, I suppose, for all your opinion or But there's ono thing; she's laine. your Iter shapely form and comely faco and shining black hair, ho did not say so to ills fellow; for, though Farmer Barclay's hired men had plowed and planted and hood side by side through tho spring and summer days, and at night slept together in tho big chamber over the kitchen, they wero not on confidential terms. Samuel D.ile, who had been on tho farm half a dozen years, was jealous of tho growing iniluenco of a comparative stranger, who, it seemed likely, would supplant him in nioro wnys than one. Eaily tiio previous spring, a well dressed, good looking man, about SO years of age, knocked at Farmer Barclay's door and offered to hire out for the summer. Tito farmer took him upon trial hands were Bcnrco that year and when his month was out, engaged him for the season. He was smart to work as a man needed to bo who could hoe his row with Samuel Dale clever at contrivnnco nnd handy with tools. Ho kept the farmer's mouth stretched with his. jokes, though ho seldom showed his own whito teeth in n laugh. "A sharp wltted, wide awake fellow," said Farmer Barclay, "who pays for his bread and bacon by his good company." Tho new hand was no less a favorite indoors. Susie Barclay, tho farmer's only child, housekeeper and mistress her mother was dead looked with increasing favor upon tho gallant stranger, who, when he was by, would not allow her to bring a pail of water from tho well or a handful of kindling wood from tlio shed, but performed theso offices for her with a respectful deference of manthem with well ner, accompanying and admiring worded compliments glances that wero very flattering to tho simple country girl. Meanwhile, Samuel Dale lounged on tho porch or sat dangling his long legs from tho kitchen table. On tho Monday evening when our story commences tho two men washed at tho pump, nnd Thomas Tyler, after carefully brushing tho dust from iiis clothes and running a pocket comb through his crisp black curls, hastened to join Suslo Barclay in tho clothes yard, while Samuel Dale went out to the farmer on tlio porch. Dalo was tall and somewhat ungainly in person, with a ruddy, open faco and a pleasant brown oye. Ho was simple and straightforward in manner, had a sunny temper, and was honest through and through. The old farmer was half asleep iu his chair, nnd tho setting sun shone full upon ills jolly red faco and gray hair. "Father Barclay," said Samuel Dale, "I want to know how much longer you aro going to ietthis go onr" "Eh! What, Sammy?" said tho old man, waking with n start. "You reckon we'd better put it down to oats, don't ye? Tlio way we'vo been goin on with that medder lot would spilo tho best pieco of land in tho stnto of Ohio." "Seolicro, Father Barclay," said tho young man. "I have that on my mind lately that leaves mo no heart for farm work. Look yonder, will you? Tiiat girl has been as good as promised to me theso threo years, and wo'd been man and wife beforo this, only you said alio was too young, and coaxed mo to wait a spell. Now look at her, will played fast nndlooso with iho long enough. I'll havo it out with her this night. Sho shall take her choice between us, nnd" Ho stopped abruptly, and turned upon his heel, for Thomas Tyler and tho farmer's daughter wero coming up tho walk bearing the basket of clothes between them. That ovenlng, when tho supportable was cleared away, and Mr. Tyler had gono down tho road to the village, Samuel Dale, after somo difficulty for tho girl of late had been shy of his company procured nn interview with Suslo Barclay. "It has been on my mind to speak to you, Susie," iio said, "for a week, but you would never glvo mo tho chance. You know how matters havo stood between us theso tlireo years. Wo havo kept company together over sinco I camo to Barclay Firtm, and though I'vo nover asked you to namo tho day, I think you've known my mind well enough. I am not a man of many words, and I haven't tho wit to flatter you with soft speeches, but I lovo you, Susie Barclay. Will you take mo for a husband this day month?" "La, Mr. Dale!" said the girl, with a tos3 of her pretty head, "how you startla mo! Tako you for a husband, indeed! I am too young to marry this long whllo yet. I am suro I don't know my own mind tlireo days together. And I am afraid I shouldn't mako you a good wife, and it's better for both of us to wait a while, nnd" Ho interrupted her: "Susie, I havo courted you threo years. If I wait longer, it will bo to seo another man carry you off in a month. You've known mo long enough to learn your own mind about me. You must tako mo now, or you must let mo go." "I nm suro you aro freo to go if you like," sho said, flushing; "there's nobody to hinder you. You havo no right to speak to mo liko that. I am not your servant, Samuel Dale. I nover promised to marry you, nnd perhaps I never will." "You tell mo that," said tho young man, bitterly, "after keeping mo in hand all these years! Susan Barclay, aro you going to play mo false, that you may marry u man you never heard of three months ago?" "Who told you I was going to marry any one?" "Do I need to bo told? Haven't I watched you since tho day that man Bet his foot in your father's house? And because I trusted you, and thought you'd known mo too long to bo taken with a newcomer, you carried on your courting beforo my eyes. You false, hard hearted girl! But no, you nover wero that. It's only that tills smooth faced coxcomb lias bewitched you. Oh, Susie! can't you tell him there's nn honest heart that's loved you truo theso threo years, and so with a frank word send him packing?" "If it's Mr. Tyler you nro talking about," said Susio Barclay, "you may set your mind at rest, for there's nothing but friendship between us. Ho's never so much as asked mo to marry him; but ho's a pleasant, civil spoken gentleman, that doesn't call people names behind their backs; and I'll not stay hero to bo scolded, Samuel Dale; and I'll die an old maid beforo I'll marry tho cross husband you will make." "Is that your' lost word to me?" ho said, sorrowfully. "Then I havo my answer, and Barclay Farm is no place for me, though I thought to spend my days here. It's manners for tho old lovo to go when tho new lovo comes. Well, good night, Susie. I wish you well, though you'vo given me a Eoro heart to carry; but curses on tho man that's como between mo nnd my girl!" Sho stole a sidelong glance, nnd when sho saw how his ruddy cheek had turned pale, and his mouth was set in a gloomy, resolute expression, her heart softened notput her toward him. But- - she-d-idpity into words. Sho listened to his slow, heavy steps as ho mounted tho stairs to his chamber, till tho gate opened with a sharp cl ick, and sho heard Thomas Tyler's brisk tread as ho camo up tho walk. Then sho ran to tho kitchen glass to arrange tho knot of pink ribbons under her chin, and thought no mOro of Samuel Dale that night. Tlio poor fellow could not sleep for his aching heart; and when, an hour later, his room mato camo in, whistling softly to himself, with his black oyes shining, Samuel Dalo lay and watched him from octween his half closed lids. JTiio man took writing materials from iiis trunk, and was soon busily at work, bending closely to his task. Ho appeared to bo making a copy of a letter spread out beforo him; and when it was completed, and ho held up the two documents sido by side, it seemed to Samuel Dalo at tho distanco whero ho lay that tho work was well dono, for tho copy might havo been mistaken for tlio original. Mr. Tyler scanned tho result of his lalior critically, nodded his head onco or twico in approbation; then, locking tho papers in his trunk, betook himself to bed. Ho administered comfort to Samuel Dalo in his own peculiar fashion: "What's tho use of taking it so hard, Sammy? Thero's likely girls besides Suo Barclay, who will havo yoi for tho nskln'. I wish you'd make up your mind to settle down snug nnd comfortable, and let things go along in tho old truck." Samuel D.ilo shook his head. "I had best bo gone," no said "best for bur and best for mo. I'd bo right glad but you havo always to go dono tho fair thing by me, and I can't lcavo you right iu tho busy season. I'll stay till after harvcsllu', nud then I'll bo off. You don't know me, Father Barclay. At thought of tho trick that man has played, my blood runs 11 ro and my hands itch to get hold of him. I might bo left to do him n mischief somo day." "Sho! sho! Sammy! you don't mean it," "I can't work days, nor sleep nights, for tho trouble that's on my mind. It ain't nltogcther for my own loss. If 'twas a. good man sho'd jilted mo for, I'd muster pluck to bear it. Father Barclay, I must speak out, though you'll eay it's bad blood makes ino talk ill of tho man that's gained where I'vo lost. I have mistrusted him fiom tho first. He's ns bold as brass, and his tonguo runs liko a mill wheel, but it's littlo ho finds to say of his own uffuirs. And when you como down to it, who is lie? and whero did he como from? and what has ho been about all iiis life?" "Suslo knows," said tho old man, eagerly. "Ho told her all nbout it how ho was born nnd brought up in Connecticut, nnd his father died when ho was a littlo shaver, nud he'd kep' his mother an' nil tho children by his earn-in's- , till tho old lady died and tho children got homes with their relations; and then ho cams west to seek his fortune; pnd Susio says such a good son will bo bum to mako n good husband." "Humph!" said Samuel Dale. time," and to departed. At Lester's Corners ho found what hu sought, and, pleased to think that now Susio would havo her wedding loaf, was leaving the depot when the station master called after him. "There's a woman hero waiting to tako tho stage to Barclay's," ho said; "w ill j on glvo her a l Ide'r" Samuel Dalo turned with reluctance. "I don't know how to step minute." ho said; "I agreed to be back by 10 o'clock." Tho man called to Bomo ono within, nnd n small woman, with n pinched, careworn face, mid thin, light hair, appeared in the doorway. Sho whs dressed in shabby black, and her clothing was creased nnd tumbled nnd soiled by a long jouiney. "Hero's a gentleman will tako you to Barclay's, maim,'' said tho man. "Hurry up he can't wait." She looked timidly in Samuel Dale's face, but htill stood in the doorway. "Tlicio'Mtlieliox.sir," bhusald; "would tho gentleman kindly t ';o the box?"' "Oh, that's all right," said tho official. "I'll send it tip by tho stage. Come, jump aboard." "If j on please, Rir, I couldn't leavo it behind. I havo brought th.it box a long way; I I'll wait for tho ctnge." "Wait, then!"' ho said, gruffly; but Samuel Dalo mat ked the w Oman's weary, disappointed face. "Fetch along her traps," said he, "and don't bo nil day about it, either;" but half repented his kindness, for tho box, unwieldy in its proportions nnd of no light weight, occupied a goodlv spaco in tho wagon, nud the woman betrayed so much anxious solicitude about its disposal ns to eoincwhnt impede their jour-ue- JDnarnEffin:mBffrjrBfimBwinrBrrM& . What is V y l ORIA Cnstorln, la Dr. Saml Pltouor'a old, hitrmlota and qniolr onro for Infanta and CUlldron's Complaints. Superior to Cantor OH, Paregoric op Nnrcotlo Syrnpx. Chlldrn ory for Caatorlrt. Mil lions of Mothers blonn Cimtorin. X , Castorla cures Colic, Constipation ; " I recommend CnMorla for children's Bour Htomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation ; complaints, as superior touny prescription 01 res healthy sleep ; also aids digestion ; known to me." II. A. Archer, M. D . Without narcotic stupefaction. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Tns Cxntach Compakt, 77 Murray St., New York. XVttTWTAYVSV,ll,VViViS; 0UERBACKBB, GILM0BE & CO.. Wholesale Grocers, 319 SB 3S1 "W- - 3!vairL St., LOUISVILLE, KY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS. GREGORY & CO., Ilendqnnrtrrs for hOBUlSM r en mill III. "Susie," called tho farmer tho next Sunday afternoon, "have you been mod-dliwith this book?" Ho stood turning tho leaves of tho family Bible, that always-stooon n round stand in the corner of tho kitchen. n' d "Is It quite safe, tir, do you think?" sho inquired timidly as tho wagon jolted down the hill. "I should hay it was, inarm, unless there's chinoy or glasj or homo fciich brittle thing inside of it." "Oh, sir, it's a deal nioro precious than that. It's n stone, sir a tombstone. 1 havo brought it all tho way from Sims-bur- y to put over my hiisband'n grave." "fao loll!" baid Simiiel Dale. - rmroiica Unmrtlie ih:hi"Ji-- FREE Inl I Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fnil;zr Cempi.t, Mil Plaster, Salt. L'me C ! 0 I by the IlHrrnl, PluBter Hnir, an rirUltJffjirw th world. Ourtntrodufvour jnfqntlvd and to oiwtiwrroodtwtwIH irndrma UK CY p. inr mW biik too Only a atabova oncacam In Pine t TfeafolloirhifcGt hot who writ t maka lur hava to do in rtiurnlalo show oar roodi to tUot who fill your nrlchhora and thoa around you. Tht br Kfnnlnr of ,bt advrrtltttntnt ibowa tba itnaii tna or tbt (ha afpeannca of It rrduetd to I rich lotitlrr ti uiit thecfaanct All you & Poplar Shingles al- pBPJBPJPHIiyjl bulk It rrand. double alii about tht fiftieth part of largo at u tatyio carry w wl" lw bowyou how you can maaa from HU to 8 1 0 day at leait, from th Hit write at onca Wapay alWipmicbarra AddrtM.H HALLLTTAO),, UoiMHU, J'OKTLAiU, Maihi Hi la a Hero's n milk A woman- l clothes, bill in tho wrong place; and there's a A luxrosol, bo no bandboxes, and goodness only letter I wrote last Sunday to Sfjuiro knows Cooper, nnd hadn't decided to send, nnd now many scores of other things n Itbln It she mil) store. so slipped it in hero somewhere, and it's And yet there's nhvaj.s lots of room for twico as gone." many more. Susio assisted her father to soaroh for But glvo a man that self same drawer and Just tho missing letter, but it could not be one pair of Rookn, found. Thomas Tyler was busy again An undershirt, some dirty cuds, an empty collar that night with ills writing after overy box, ono clso iu tho houso was in bed, nnd the And n hen ho's put them Iu It It's capacity he'll Clut, next day he took tho farmer's old whito And fill It up bo aw ful full he'll never get It shut horse and drovo over to Lester's Corners. Chicago Herald. Susio followed him to tho porch, and as ho drew her under tho shadow of the There are many Couuh Remedies, bu' grapevine to snatch n parting kiss she only one "Certain Couch Cure." See thn saw tho corner of a letter peeping fiom ' his pocket and took it slyly out. Before the trade mark C C C." is on the wrapsho road tho nddrcsa ho discovered his per and blown in the bottle. Sold by G W Short. loss and caught her hand so roughly . that sho cried out with pain. "Give mo that letter,'' hosaid, sternly; and tlicro was a look in his black eyes sho had never seen there before; but a "No, father." "Well, somebody has. Tlio DIITnonce. iroau drawer ulll bold balf a ton of Brick, Plow Handle. Pire Flooring ways kept on haud Orders accompanied by ensh prompt-- h tilled. llttr M ' fAAk f S P) V ll m-Jm4 m I v- - iSIillllfe ry S 't INDIANAPOLIS, IND. V I VEVAjilSVILLE,lND. CO., WZmsar" I X 'No. Price, $18.00 at Factory. Cash with Order, 1. S F Jiff JHws . Strictly First-clas- LLMflH4fltXrlltiMMaJH AH bocond Growth Hickory. Steel Axles and Tiros. Perfectly Balanced Low Bent Scat Arms. long, Easy Kldlntr, OH Tempered Sbring. ST" Debt Wheels and Best All Over. IF YOU CANT FIND THBM FOR SALE BY YOUR MERCHANTS, Warranted. B IfSM 11 -- wti--J-l 7 i WRITE US. II. Tho farmer was twico surprised tho noxtday. Samuel Dalo announced iiis intention of leaving tho farm when his year was 'out, and his daughter, with smile3 and blushes, informed him that sho had passed iter word, provided ho was willing, to tako Thomas Tyler for a husband. '.'Why, Suie," said tho old man, "you etriko mo nil of a heap! Sammy Dale has been waitin' for you theso threo years, and you aro as good as promised to Jiiiu, you know. I'vo reckoned all along on him an' you hitchin' horses, an' corryin' on tho farm after I was under ground." "Father, I never promised to marry Samuel Dale. Living together in tho sauio house, I couldn't well help his koeping company with mo; and perhaps I might havo thought sometimes I should like him well enough to take him for a husband; but that was beforo I know Mr. Tyler. I'll raurry tho man of my choice father, or I'll livo and dlo nn old maid." Then camo coaxing nnd tears, and tho easy old man, who had nover crossed his'daughter's wishes sinco her mother died, yielded. "Well, well, Suslo, you must havo yourown way, I suppose," ho said; "and smart fellow, and right Tom Tyler's handy about the furm." "0r me that letter." moment later ho apologized for his rudeness, kissed tho littlo hurt hand and made his peaco as well as ho could. IV. Beforo harvesting was over tho wedding day was fixed. A hired girl took Suslo's placo in tho kitchen, and sho sat all day at her chamber window overlooking tlio beautiful goldon Holds whero her lover was at work, making her wedding dress. And wiicn tho corn crib was full, aud tho wheat was in tho barn, and tho potatoes in tho collar, sho camo to Samuel Dalo and asked him, in her pretty, caaxing way, not to leavo Barclay Farm till after tho wedding. Tho poor fellow, whoso heart grow sorer and sorer at tho thought of his loss, looked in her bright faco with passionate, regretful tenderness. "I'll stay if you bid me, Susie," ho said. And now commenced grand preparations, and tlio beating of eggs, tlio pounding of spices, and stirring nnd shaking and Bifting wero sounds all day heard in tho groat kitchen of tho farm and Bctsoy, house, for tho brido-eletho hired girl, ruada tho wodding cake. Only tho brido's loaf was ordered from Cleveland, for Susio Barclay declared sho could not bo married without a certain wonderful structure, to bo mado with frosting an inch thick, and surmounted witii two sugar doves, their bills meeting in a conjugal kiss. Great was her distress, therefore, when, tho evening beforo tlio wedding, tho stago fulled to bring the expected box. "Don't fret, Susie," said Samuel Dale, who could not bear to seo a shadow on tho dear faco. "I'll rido over to Lester's early in tho morning, and if it's there you shall havo It by 10 o'clock." Accordingly, ho was up betimes, and as tho wagon rattled out of tho yard tho brido put her head from tho window. "Rido fast, Samuel," sho Baid, "and bo suro and bo back by 10 o'clock, or you'll miss tho ceremony." "Confound tho ceremony!" said Samuel Dalo, for thcro was a limit to tlio long suffering patlenco of oven this exemplary young man; and then aloud: "All rlirbf. Suslo: I'll bo back in good MFwiigjj""g& FINE SHOW GASES. OS-A- sk hi. W. HERND0N & CO., for catalogue. v TERRY M'F'G CO.. Nashville, Tenn, Produce & General Coiiuiii'ii iiiEKCiEar-iisr'X's- . tAQENTS W-ft.H. WANTcERDE?R THE BTOBTT SURRY or No. 144 Third St., no shoes nnleaa Take Douglita' nnme and V, I.. nrlru lire hIuiudimI on the bottom. If tlio tlrulcr cannot supply you, aeml direct to factory, encloslne mhertlsed price. Jjfi!i''lw Louisville, Ky ffHijb Eagle's Nest . GADTI0N .aaEl' IfcTIEW BE5IE Jchn tsten Cooke. IT iBIgBB Eg JLm This tbrilllsi bl.torlo atory. which hn txtn out of print, and for which ih.r. mOk "lai greatdemindli BCDSCItlTTIOM hufceenauch a now tuned as a SWi $ BOOK, with many mtgnlfl-cen- t illustrat- tnore popular book throughout the Boutbern EUtea than "SonnT Many years have passed since ovEAau'iXnrr.' tho thrilling acenea herein recounted of the dead of valor of tho Confederate Soldier, jrst tho interest, by thoaa who fought with Ashby, Btnart, Johnston, Besuregard, Jackson and Lte, In the cause for which th.y ao deaperately and brarely battled, will nexer grow leaa. Thla thrilling atory pictures not alone joy and aorrow, and a lovo aweetly told, but is fll Wd with hlstorio incidents of the Brest contest between the South and the North. Here la a book for the old ions. 1berhi never been a iij I I M V m 4aHeBLLBHaHlLHan39iS i L aj 1 1 yy. I rS m ! W. L. DOUGLAS Laced Grain and Creed, Calf, xnoor Waterproof. Itent In tlio world. Kxnmlne Ilia iiani-ki;wk- to recall to him the vlrld acenta of the greatest Clrll War erer known, to callback Mi own campaigns, and tell blid of the mighty Ohlariaina, dear to the memory of every one who " wore tho Qray, "Burry of Laglo'a Keat " will find a welcome home. That It may be within In every the reach of every one. It la published at the low rmexor $1, though a tanox, DAtoMa volumx, siAxmruiiTi:j.uimuTED and xlioantlt boukd. SOLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION. Aa tho demand for thla ou Tuvonrrx soon tcMch kas betn cue of print to lony, wlU be large, and applications for agencies very numerous, ll wbodulra to act aa Agenta ahould write for tcrma and quickly eecuro choice) of terrltoiy. $3 SHOE Heavy Fine ss.ou ii:ni)ink ili.OO nnd GENTLEMEN. i PAPERS FOR THE hiiok. i:i.fSO l'OI.IOU AND FAltMKItH SHOE. i4.no KXT1CA VAI.UK VXl.V SIIOK. Si. 2 Ar tta YltKINlMi:N'H HtlOKH. All mads to Congress, Button and Lace. SI. 75 HOYS' bCHOOl, bllOKS. SPRING TRADE i! $2 SHOES $3 &81.70 HIIOK FOK MISSr.S.lafd0.18. "W. IUST RECEIVED AT jeajjaj Beat Material, ltrat Style. Best Flttlar. I- - Dougliu, Urocktou, Mas. 8old by BABBAG CLOVERPOK1 JLataaVXt Q. W. DILLINGHAM, Publisher', 33 Woat 330 St., New York. (Bowmer & Hambleton. r Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, ' APRIL i, 1890 Tiib needy ones suffering from the storm and tho llooJs have been promptly and generously aided by our citizens. VBSTs Ch EST J UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION ! - i, ,...,. JNO.D.BADBAQE I.., hi, l A;T. f.oi'iil 'II mo url. Mall and Express going Kait ' ' Weil Express " ait ' Weil " ' Knit Mixed 0.51 11.38 5.41 0 68 11.23 9.59 ' ' Wet a.m, a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. Tiik Hood situation in the .South is alarming and is growing worse every day. At Greenville, Miss, Monday, tho levee broke Mid the town is almost submerged It is predicted that New Orleans will be swept away entirely. The Hartford Herald comes to us this week two days ahead of time, containing a full nnd graphic account of the great cyclone, which swept everything in its path tn that county as it did in this The Herald says the loss in Ohio couniy will be fully $50,000. .. - - ! Ci.ovkiii'oiit'h losses by the storm will reach fully $2,000, nnd her loises resulting from the two recent floods o are nimble to give, as no one has attempted to make an estimate of it. Much property in the lowlands was overflowed, all entailing lots and expense to her cilizini. -- ,r WE TOLD YOU i SO. ! j) Our Afro To Keep ihe Best. Doallng. Our Principle-Fa- ir . Our Ambition To Pleasb Our Trade. Our Price Tho Lowest. V' H D. () Louisiana State Lottery Company.' Incorporated by tho Legislature In 1888, for Educational and Charitable purpose! and Its franchise was made a part of the preiont Bute Constitution tn 187V, by an overwhelming popular rote. wem MAKItOTII Attested as follows : (let the news and get all the netcs and nothing but the newt, -- r From Danrit Celebrated Maxlmt In Journalism. to oiiu ;oitiii:sioNi)i:T.s. m . . . . J , , : . , TOU WITH U$ ! Tu fnelK DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For County Judge, Tlios. Ailkluon, Tor County Attorney, Jndgo Milton Hoard, lor County Clerk, J. K. Monarch. our Inst ami former epistles, we gave you some concerning our goooV : how we make and luy in !W The seal of popularity and attractiveness lips been placed upon stock of ITS tluca heml take .mill December, Annually, Juno SlN5l,i: IlUAIIIKIl mid In UKAND Dlt III tic plticc on each of flic oilier In the ten monf Im public, year, unit are nil nt the Acnilcmr drawn In of ITltiklc, A'ov Orlcaim, l.u. IMIAWINUS AAV-INf- .N great quantities for SPOT CASH; how we sell QUICK for CASH only, saving thereby a per eentage which the paying customer has to chip in to make up the loss that comes and goes with a credit business ; sf lQti Profuse with Novelties FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS For Integrity or Its Drawings, anil Prompt payment or lis prizes, " We do hereby certify that tee supervise the arrangements for all the Momthli and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana iState Lottery Company, and in person manage and control the Drawings themselves, and that the same are conducted Kith honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties, and we authorize the Company to use this certficate, with facsimiles of our signatures attached, in its advertisements." r l'or Sheriff, J, S. DeJernelte. Tor For For For For County Sup't of Scliouli, Jai. W. Miller. Jailer, John Slaton. County Alienor, Len Ouiliiiian. Couniy Surveyor, F. M. C. Jolly. Coroner, YY. It. Pendleton. that we L Mr. Edwa d YYilder.the great drug man.is denil at Louisville. C'nKiiiiKs.s lius passed a bill illieeling lliat tho world's fair shall not begin Inter than May 1st IBOil. Win. Kinney, of Louisville, Is hustling around for tho seat of Judge. Wp. I,. Jackson, whose death occurred the Mr. Kinney being nu old other day. Ilrcckenridge county man and about the ablest lawyer at the Louisville bar, the Nenflisfor him. When Governor Utiek-nsees this, Major Kinney will be appointed at once. Jt'iiiiK er have established a population for truthfulness and fair dealing and prefer to maintain it rather than to disappoint or deceive a single customer; that we guarantee satisfaction, or refund the money, etc.; and we "write these few lines" to say that we have the finest, largest, best made and best fitting stock of SPRING OVERCOATS and SPRING CLOTHING, we have ever been able to oiler during nearly ness experience. f (0 Cait. Ed Porter Thompson is to be private secretary to the floverr.or, vice Win. It. (Irillitli, resinned Till' high water, irrfgular trains nnd no Henderson packets made the business ot this town look dull and sleepy for a few days last week. Tiik Nkwh feels satiKtiine that its list will reach twenty live hundred before the year closes. New iinmeB itre being itdded to our list daily. -u Tin: Advertising Kill met with a hard nnd undeserved fate in tho House last week, being laid upon the tablet by a voto of ;i(! to 27. There will be no widespread disappointment over this action, as no one wns very sunguino over its passage. In oilier Slates ollicial advertisements aro published in newspapers, but in Kentucky, a bit of paper, scrawled over with some half a century of busi- The clothing and furnishing stock Great in Assortment, Unapproachable In Price. Attractive GoodS in great variety. Attractive Prices to tell thcirown talcs of cheapn's Attractive Bargains hound to please every buyer Attractive Treatment a smile and a square deal for all. We the undersigned Banks and Bankers will pay all Prizes drawn in the Louisiana State Lotteries which may be presented at our counters. Jf Sf Cointnlsilonem, It. embraces every item, style, quality anil price for men's, boys' and children's wear. Our Hats are made front the same blocks and ma- v IU. U'AfniSM:v, Pros. Louisiana National Iluuk. PIKIIIIC XiAIVAUX, I'rcs. Stato National lln.nk. A. ItAIiDWIN, lrcs, Now Orleans National Hank. OAHI, KOIIN Pros. Union National II uuilNsm mi entirely escuped injury from the ravuges of tho storm. (Iratelully and generously she is aiding the Forks ol Hough aull'erers.who were swept as with the b 3801)1 of destruction undecipherable hieroglyphics, and stuck upon a barn door, telegraph pole or waj-sitree, is deemed all enllicionl, nnd wo presume it is so, as the Representatives of tho people have so decided. Frankfort Capi'al. terials, in same factories and by same hands that other hats arc made which cost at other places from 60 cents The styles embrace, everything new, nothing old, and every novelty known to the trade or to 2 Haute. GRAND MONTHLY Capital Prize, 100,000 DRAWING de more. Quality at the Top- - Prices at the Bottom -- In the Academy or Music, NewOrlcans Tuesday, April 15, 1890. $300,000. This is the condition of affairs with us as regards Tickets at Twenty Dollars each. Halves SIO: Quarters 5; Tenths 2; Twentieths 81. LIST OF PBIIIS. 1 CAPITAL l'HIZE OF $:!00,000..$300,000 OF 1 UKAND 100,000.. 100,000 1 OUAND FK1ZK OF 60,000 50,000.. Jackson, Judge ol the county circuit court, died in LouU-vtll- o lust week. Judge Jackson wns one of thu uipst eminent lawyers in the Stulo, und filled the position ns Judge of the circuit court lur many jears Hon W. L. Juf-forsn Tut. (I old Fortune (ins t'ompany struck a gusher in their well here last 'Thursday Thu well is the most convenient to the city of any I Inn bus jet been put down. It in down mi lop ol the river bank, almost in front ol the town, und when the gs Is turned on at night, it throws n ti io light over almost half of the city. dreuded "tly ccons," composed of wind, ruin and hale, struck this tawn Thursday night and scared the folks up considerably. The Kim street Methodist church was damaged to the extent ol but before I'.' o'clock the next da) the good citizens ol thu town made the loss good by inlividuul donations to a sum e iial to the loss. That was commendable. O.vk of those Doufncfc Uaii't tut Onrcil by local applications, as thoy cannot rench ibo diseased portion ol the enr. There is only one way to euro Deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Den'ness is caused by nu in II mud condition ol the mucous lining of the Efcstachinn Tube. When this lube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed Daiifness is the result, and unless the ii llimmatioii can be luken out and ibis lube restored to its normal condition, heating will bo destroyed foreer, tune cases out often are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but nu inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will uive One Hundred I'jllars fur any caseol Deafness (caused by Cainrrh) thut we can not cure by taking Hull's Catarrh Cure Send for Circular!, free. F J CUENEY & CO. Toledo. O fashion. Hut their greatest novelty is their cheapness. Will be please to we or hear from you. Groceries .". and .". Provisions! Come, sec and wonder rillZE at the values wc give. DEPPENS CASH CLOTHIERS, HATTERS, Haberdashers and Tailors, MARKET The maximum Quality In Staple and Fancy Groceries The Minimum Price. LA HOE PHIZES OF 2 LAHOE PRIZES OF 5 PHIZES OF 25 100 " ' 200 ' 500 1 25,000 25,000.. 10,000.. 20,000 5,000.. 25,000 1,000.. 25,000 600.. 50,000 300.. 60,000 200.. 100,000 PKIZKS. VEST'S CLOVERPORT, KY. 4 CD APPROXIMATION 100 l'rlies of $500 are 100 Prizes of $300 aro 1U0 l'rlies ot $200 are 999 Prltes of 100 are 999 Prltes of 100 ar 3,134 - , $50,000 $30,000 20.000 99.900 99.900 Terminal Pkizks: VEsas before occurred to the people of our countv. 13eIow we uive tbe names ol those who suffered losses fnm the storm, so far ns wo have been able to cet them. $1,054,800 Prtirs, amounting to Note Tickets drawing Capital Prizes are not entitled to terminal l'rlies. VZEaT' 1SOOT1I ANO AGENTS WANTED. niUDJESKA. tQrSold by Druggists, 73c Their Farewell Joint Appearance. Those who desire to see the farewell joint appearance of tlm world's two greatest living artists, should send their orders for seals at once to Mr. James B. Camp, business manager, P. O Box C3, Louisi ville The following is taken from the Chicago Inter-Ocea- n Hamlet of Edwin Booth, has (or a bug time occupied a fixed position in tbe dramatic world a position so exalted that never has it been touched by any of its Pving contemporaries. It may be, in fact it is true, that in the minds of some Shakespeareans, Booth's exposition of the melancholy Dane, is not in keeping with tbe intention of Avon's bard whose, in their minds is ? but even they reci'gnize, that it his cue for Hamlet's character were tbe correct one, its developTo see ment is unpnnctnated by a flaw. Booth in the part, is to see a true artist engaged to a work of which he is enamored. For the few brief hours occupied in its presentation, he lives the part, be suffers with the memory of the death of tbe King, his father, for whom bis lovo is the para And mount characteristic r.f his being. his heartache, caused by the knowledge of his mother's fraility and the bitterness of bis interview with Ophelia, seem to effect him as i( they were actualities instead of brain-grieimagined centuries ago. Into the immortal soliloquy in which be broods over the reasons for and reults of suicide, which be contemplates committing, be pours all the wrought-u- p emotion of his sonl, and'the interview with his mother, the grave ecene and the denb, are as vividly pictured. "Tbe Ophelia of Modjeska, is the most delicate and exquisite, possessed by the stage today. The beauty and simplicity of her elocution, coupled with tbe persuasive charm of her refined personality, are things not to be forgotten. Than her sisterly love and interest at the leave-takiof Laertes, nothing could be more expressively delightful, and her cry, '1 was the more deceived', npon Hamlet's declaration that he loved her not, was given with all the tenderness and despair of Ophelia's broken heart. Tbe mad sceno was as poignant as the mirrorings of nature could make jt; and if, before the curtain rose on tbe scene, there sat in the audience some who doubted Modjska'a ability to portray tbe part, none doub ed it when the curtain felL" fs ng SSfFox Club rates, or any further information desired, write legibly to the undersigned, clearly stating yonr realdence, with State, County, Street and Number. Morerapld return mall delivery will be assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your full address, Noiv Orleans, I. a., orill. A. DAUPHIN, Washington, D. C. ittuod ii STREET, BET. SIXTH AND SEVENTH, V. U.llAHIIAfii: llomut Y Ml KPT . . I. IMItor A.'im! TIME TABLE No W'tnt (limit Kt M"T Louisville, Ky. lull Wivt'iitdiKii, Ivy., is having u big boom, nd it seems to be cf that character that ill slay ai.d permanently benefit the About hulf a million dollars worth I nee. property has changed hands there within just a few weeks past, and at good prices. Capitalists from thu East have visited tbere ui.d agreed to put up manufactories involving an investment of thouv . I IHII.V STATIONS. BHMUV. II .in a u.I.n Irvlngton r. V 00 t.u H 55 " Irvlngton Junction II. Ji (larflelJ 8 00 I 05 7.30 llurned lUrdlnsburg l.v. 7.00 a.u l.SOr.u.Ar . l hi'i.a. j Sec ii ml .Street. F.IUTOU sands cf dollars. The citizens of Win-e- l ester, us an inducement to bring iu cap-itand manufactories which will give employment to hundreds of mecbuuics, are contributing ot their own money pretty liberally. ul The storm did no damage to this town. Judge Mercer went to Frankfort Monday. Mr. A X Kiucheloe came home Sunday. There will be a heavy docket for ci cuil court. Mr. 11 F. Heard went to Louisville Monday. Newspapers were iu big demand here BllKt kKMHWIK NuWS THE STORM SWEPT SECTION A VALUABLE ! 'I'm editor of the Nelson C'ouuty Kecord is not for Montgomery for Congress, but he is for Oeo. Hill or for most any other man in the district, possibly, before M ntgom- ery. And with a purpose of doing Mr. Montgomery all the injury be can in the race be takes up "that promise" which has been going the rounds of the press, and aslie sumes to draw a great deal from it asserts that he believes Mr Montgomery made the promise to (ieu. Hill that he He thinks for would not make the race this, Moi.tgomery should be defeated, and it within the power of the editor of the Not Kecord, the thing shall be done. ouly does he make a lengthy bit at Mr Montgomery, but he takes the N'tws to account for having ventured an opinion on (he subject some time ago. Alter quoting our paragraph in a former issue, the Kecord says "Geo. Hill is iu the Slate aud Mr. Lafo Ureeu, who was mentioned as a wituess to the conversation, is in the adWhat's joining county to llreckenridge the matter with asking them, liro Really, neither the time uor the subject calls for a statement from either of the genllemeu above referred to, for the very simple and just reason that Mr. Montgomery is not in the district ro meet them. The editor of the Kecord is decidedly previous with his thunder. The News has not sought a controversy with anyone about this matter, and iu fact, we have thought so little of the question as to have alluded to it but once, aud then mainly ia a spirit of compromise We don't approve of assaulting a mau in the press on account of every little story that b set afloat against hitn. As to the matter in hand, there are tome doubts as to Even if Montgomery did i'.s correclnew tell Geo Hill that he would not be a still it doesn't preclude biui from making the race. Neither is tbere any Occasion for a. war being waged against Mr. Montgomery after the fashion of the editor of the Nelson Kecord at this time. II) cm not be here to meet them All we have contended for on behalf of Montgomery has been that he should be beard in hitowo defense. When this is done it will Bab-bagecan-dilat- e, Tuesday, When you come to Hardtns'iun.', stop at the lluckeby Home. Mr. J. W. Guthrie has qualified as of Mr James Sherman's es tate. Mrs. Y. Daniel aud her daughter, Miss Tula, will go to St Louis on a visit io a few days. Mr J. W. Sauuders, of Meade county it here as assistant teacher iu Prof. Shack-leti- 's school. A wagon load of clothiug, bedding, etc., was sent to the storm stricken section from this place yesterday. John Monarch, Prof. Sbacklett, Judge Adkisson and several others visited the storm stricken section Sunday. Mr. James Noblett was here from Hough Creek Monday, gathering up supplies for the storm suffers iu his locality. Kev. J. W. Uighara, of Adairville, is here this week assisting Kev. Petrie iu a protracted meeting at the M. E. Church South. Judge Adkisson will not call the magistrates together to make an appropriation to put a bridge ucrosi the North Fork ol Hough Creek until after April court. The town trustees at their last meeting agreed upon a new charter for the town. It will provide for a Mayor, Hoard of Couucilmen and other things, which makes the place a city iu name if nothing more. It his been forwarded to Fraukfort for passage. Noticing an article in the Cloverport Times of March 2Jd, relative to the improvement of Second Street by the L., St. Co., it becomes me as a I. k T. member of the City Council to make answer to said article, by saying first, that tho writer thereof is wholly unadvised as to the subject whereof he speaks. If he would attend the meetings of the Council (the doors are opon to all) and iulorm himself of the actions and doings of said Couucil, his tone of writing would bo very much modified by the fads in the case. A writer for public favor should bo very careful to get tbo fads before he risks his pen on paper, and then his articles are lie Bays, "years ago, yes years, they asked the city bow they must Gx this one street." Now, does not every intelligent person know, ye, even the children know, that this is false, and that this road has not yet been operated two years I will here assert most omphatically that no proposTton has ever been submitted by said Hallway Company to said City Council to place the street in theOrder as agreed to by them in the original compact with the city. But, on the other hand, 1 will state with equal emphasis that the C uocit, through the City Engineer, has submitted plans to the said Company, and they have been rejected. "The shoe is on the wrong loot." The Mayor and City Couucil have been ''awake" all the time, "and don't you forget it."' In conclusion, the citizens of Cloverport may rely upon the watchfulness of its City Cjuoc'iI, assuring them we are ready to meet the Uvlay Co., on fair terms, but anythiug short of a reasonably go m1 thoroughfare to suit the necessities ot our pes-pi- e will not b? accepted. C. E. LtouTiuoT. PORTION OF Rhodes Ilis dwelling partly V. ruined and five out buildings, iucludioe large stock barn on his farm destroyed, and his total loss will reach $2,600. John Jarboe lost his dwelling house Mr. and four out buildings on his plucf. Jarboe's loss is estimated at $1,200 Ilis wile was killed outright and two of his daughters were seriously hurt. Mr Jarboe had i liven children, all of whom were more or less injured by the storm Mr. James Pertill, one of the tenants on Mr. Jarboe's place, lost nil be had and his house and bis effects wero swept away. Fred Tanner, n tenant on Lafayette Green's farm, and James Carwile, living on Ken Rhodes' farm, lost all of their K. IMPORTANT. At M. A. DAUPHIN. By ordinary letter, containing Money Obdkr by all Express Companies, New York Exchange, Draft or Postal Note. We fat on Curbf.xct sent ui by Express of $5 or over. AdOress Registered Letters to NEW OKtitiANS NATIONAL. HANK, Now Orleans, l,a. ItEMEMBER that the payment of all prices is GUARANTEED BY FOUH NATIONAL BANKS of New Orleans, and tbe Tickets aro signed by the President of an Instltuticn, whose chartered rights are recognlted In the highest Courts; therefore, beware of any Imitations or annonymons schemes. ONE DOLLAR is the price of the- smallest part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BV US any Drawing. Anything In our name offered for less thac a Dollar is a swindle. - OUR COUNTY DEMOLISHED. Timber, llotijcn, lturim, Feiicliix etc., Carried Aivuy und u Number of l'eqile lloiuclck. household effects Mr P. K. Rhodes' dwelling was considerably damaged and live out buildings on his (arm nere completely demolished Uis loss will reach $3,000 Mr. Fred Fralzs' loss will go to a thou- FARMERS FREE COLUMN. I have thres horses and three cows and calvec (or sale. Two match bones weighing 1300 ech. J. K. Ditto, Brandenburg, Ky. For Sale Two good sized, well trained fox hounds. 2 years old. Apply to F. W. Sample, Ky. lias-ha- BEWLEYVILLE. IUin, snow aud mud. Have not had a mail for a wek. Kav. Cox. of ilardinsburg, preached at tbe M. E. Church South Sunday. Adolphus k & 1 This from Our t'rleuit AVullteii U A'tprvcluied, Bauustown Junction. March 2t, 18'JO Mr J. D. Kaiiihok. Cloverport, Ky, Dkak Sue Please find enclosod my check for 32 SO for your paper, aud let me say I never read a belter county paper und renew my subscription with pleasure. Yours truly, ltlcb. Wa'beu. Jjrndin found ia his field Friday a rubber coat supposed to have been blown from Uuras. '.':! I, sell ajd Geo, Hill iu the presence of Life Green, did not take place, and Col. Green will so declare V , oyfear undoubtedly that the conversation feinted to have taken place between bim- - lluried, at this place, Sunday, March Mrs Susan Tucker, a highly respected lady who died of cancer. The storm blew a wild duck into Otto Hibinson's bouse, lie caught it alive. IU llxcelleiil luuitle At tbe storm citue by B. F. Uutty's U Commend to public approval the Califortook the cows1 horus off. so the rumor nia liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs It ges Sargs D.ury has one without horns. is pleasing to the eye and to the taste, and We do tint quite understand. by gently acting on the kidneys, liver and Peter A.. Paul is going to publish a bowels, it cleanses the system effectually Dewleyville will be on top. dictionary thereby promoting the health and comfort yet. of nil who use it. sand dollars. The Btorm struck only a part of his farm, injuring three barns to The storm of lost Thursday night was the estent of Gfiy per cent of their value. probably the most severe that was ever Mr. J L. Rhodes lost two elegant barns seen in this country. Reports from differ and a couple of smaller buildings and five ent sections of the State are distressing. head of cattle. His damage will reach Tbe stjrm struck this county on the $1 200. south at McGee's ford, on Hough Creek, Squire Frank Rhode bad seven out and traveled in an easterly direction, pass- buildings, large and small, destroyed on ing into llardin four miles south of Big his place, and a large amount of valuable Spring. The track of the storm in this timber. dwelling was rs county was about Mr. James Spencer's of a mile wide, and traveled over a section for a swept away. Also three bams. Ilis loss distar.ee ol twenty-tir- e miles. Nearly is hsavy. everything above ground that lay Id its Everything on the widow Cannon's farm course was completely swept away. was swept away. Her loss will not fall Houses and barns were demolished, fences below $1 8C0 carried away, and hundreds of acres of Mandeville Galloway was living on the timber uprooted and laid waste. old John Crutcheloe (arm, and his house The heaviest sufferers are those people was swept away who lived on Rough creek, and were in the William Storms' bouse was blown midst of the storm. Parties who live in away. that section say there is no way to estiMr. John Galloway's house and barns lie also mate the losses. Farms that a week were completely demolished. ago were in go id condition and worth lost about twelve head of cattle. tboutands of dollars to the owners, now Mr. Ben Galloway's house was swept resemble a barren waste, having everyaway. thing swept from them houses, barns, Mr. James Noblett was a heavy loser by stables, etc the storm. He had two dwelling houses Tho little town ol Haras, seven miles on his farm and both were demolished south of Ilardinstu-g- , was almost swept His barns and stables were also destroyed. Mr. Noblett Mr. M. Meyers, a merchant of His loss will reach $2,000. away. (bat place, is a loser to the extent ot children badly Lurt. had three 0. Uis dwelling house, a Mr. Henninger was in the center of the frame is a wreck and will hr.ve to be torn storm acd there is nothing left of his Houses, barns and everything away. His store house was lifted from its place. NVe could foundation and moved several feet. His were completely destroyed. goods was badly damaged. All not get an estimate of bis losses. stock of the other houses iu the place, some eight Mr. Allie Robbins' house was blown or ten, were blown down or carried away down and then took Gre and burned op. by the storm. Tbe little town was almost Mr. John Tucker had two children killdemolished but no one wo3 icj ired. ed and three crippled, and lost all his Ia the Forks of Hough country it is es- property. Mr. Tucker was not in the timated that forty bouses, large and small,, county ot the time. were swept away, and three person swere The widow Spencer's properly "as all killed. All the provisions and produce on swept away. tbe farms tbere, where the storm struck, Mr. Jesse Tucker's house and all the were completely swept away. The people buildings on his place were swept away. there nre in destitute circumstances and The property of Mr. Johr. Piles was are calling for aid. The citizens of badly damaged. held a public meeting last SaturMr. James Jarboe lost two barns and day, and about $200 was raised. This wil. other property, all valued at $1)00. not near meet the necessities, however They also appointed a cotnmitteo to go to &ADIK3 that or Frankfurt for tho purposn of getting an Seeding a tonic,up, childrentakn want building should Legislature. from appropriatioa the BHOWr IKOW MITTKRS. cures Malaria. It l.i pleasant to take,All d&'en keep Images-UoNothing so destructive to prorerty ever Iu and UUIousucss. three-quarte$3.-00two-story Efar-dinsbn. able. For Sale One good oSfox, Apply to J. Terms reason Tom Jolly, Sample, Ky. Hogs! Hogs! Eight fine English Hogs! Berkshire Pigs Sow from imported stock. The Plgi by Imported Kubler No. 22,853. He cost W. T. Miller. Bowling Oreeu, Ky., $700. These fine Pigs will be sold at reasonable prices. Jersey Heifer in calf. Jersey Cow Fresh May 1st, at fair prices. Dr. J. E. Brown, Cloverport, Ky, STEPHENSPORT. Mr. Roland Smith, of Ilardinsburg, was in town Sunday. Mr. Mike Blain went to Louisville Sun- day. . Mrs. Henry Hawkins, of Louisville,' is visiting Mrs J. C. Brashear. Miss Leona Adkisson, of Hardinsburg, is visiting Miss Ella Moseley, We had a heavy snow fall Sunday followed by rain Monday. Mr. J. Bennett and family bad to move out on account of high water, it is supposed that their bouse is considerable damaged by the high waves on Friday. Mr. James Payne also had to move out, his house and some ol his household goods Bucklea's Arnica Salre are greatly damaged, but the extent of The best salve in the world for cuts loss cannot be accurately estimated until bruises, sores ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, the. river falls. corns, and all skin eruptions, and positiveTbe storm of Thursday night was severe ly cures Piles, or no pay required. It is here though no harm was done to property guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box, or life. For sale by G. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky., Mr. R A. Brashear was compelled to and J. A. Witt. Hardinsburg, Ky. postpone her entertainment last week on account of tho inclemency of the weather. Harbor UaraiC Good Lack. She will probably have it on Friday night of Ticket No. 12 122 drew the second capithis week. The parents of the children tal prize ot $100 000 in the January drawhave spared no pains in preparing lovely ing of The Louisiana State Lottery. of this ticket was held by Cor- dresses for the occasion, and we see no N. Ouross, who was found yesterday reason why tho entertainment should not nelius by a Sun reporter at his barber shop, 103 be a success, unless la grippe enterferesv Joseph Campau avenue. ''I received the BudSkeeters and Eliza Walker and $5,000 through the American Express Horace Hicks aad Alice Lucas were the Co.. and it came to me like a God send," names ol two eloping couples from Hardin said the fortunate man. I held tbe ticket absolutely and bo one was entitle! to a county, that gut on the t rata at this place division of tbe priziaa has been reported. yesterday bound for Caoiielton,. where tWy The money I. will iavwrt ia real estate. will have all their jays linked lngfccit Detroit (Wch.) Sun, February 9r spite of proteitfnx IWMreHls. One-twenti- (H. fif s 1TM mxjc.u?mmri iiftvj ""I i'nw . III -- nrr-'"' L"- - IW mi I IM II ' .iimr. M S I.OCAIi ItltliVITIi:. mi; Frida piiuiniii; Mill AT LOL'INVILLE! UPON THE CITY AND RUIN DOWN ILLJLU'LU' UULUiJ ' 'J-'J- - jn t m i H.H I h n n mi ! i imi imj s r sr Ncxt"Sundny Is Htslcr. 1 he river is going down rapidly Tim rily council mftl next & ' ? m V ONI$ ENJOYS ioth tho method and results when Syrup ofFiga is taken; it is pleasant "ml refreshing to thotnsto, mid acts oil tlyyct promptly on tho Kidneys, fver nnd Bowels, cleanses tho ays-effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fovors nnd cures hnbitunl constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its Kind over produced, pleasing to tho taBto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agrecablo substances, ita many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup or Figs is for snlo in 50c and SI bottles by all leading druggists. Any rcfiablo drugpistwho may not havo it on hand will it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. pro-eur- o m ' ' e if HS flBilr'" :,: .r, Hr' IS: 9R- night. Hockporl, Tiid., hns struck gas at a depth of 015 feet. Several communications crowded out this week. Grrgory & Co , keep all kinds ol building material. When you go to Uardinsburg stop at tho Huckeby House. Amos Corley at Patesvllle, lost n barn filled with tobacco. Have your prescriptions compounded at Martin's drug store. There will be an Easter service In Fisher's hall next Sunday Bob Matltugly sold VI head of hogs yesterday at :) cents gross. Rend our new Novelette in th's issue. It is a charming littlo story. Fresh garden seed', onion sets, apples nnd bananas for sale at Martin's A force of carpenters nro at work repairing the storm stricken church. Just received a large lino of paints, oils, varnishes and brushes at Owen's. You can get a good tquaro meal at tho Huckeby House, Hardtnsburg, for 25 cents If you need anything in the paint lino it will pay you to call and seo J. W, Owen It is estimated that tho damage to property in Webster county will amount to Buy Your Overcoat low he-to- re ni mi a SWEEPS LEAVING DEATH BEHIND IT. i Two Millions of Dollars Worth of Proporty Swopt Away in a Fow Minutes. One lliitulrcit f.tvc ore Injured. I, nut and tllmi)-3- We havo not space to give many details of tho terrible cyclono which, in n few minutes, carried death and such wido spread destruction In property in Louis-vllt- o on tho night of tho 27lli of March. The killed outright nro estimated nt about 100, while tho injured, to a greater or less degree, will reach several hundred. Tho greatest loss of life occurred at the Falls City Hall on Market street between Eleventh and Twelfth. Several societies bad their lodgo rooms in the building, and a dancing school, nnd a lodgo of Knights and Ladies of Honor and n musical club were in progress at the lime. Tho building collapsed without warning to tho inmates and many were killed at this spat. Tho greatest destruction In dollars and cents was on Main street from the Louis-v.ll- e Uotol down to Thirteenth street. It Ami prepare for plenty cold ami cool weather We are to have a the toscs hloom again. cool Spring, ami a medium weight Overcoat Is an You can't wear your indispcnsahlc necessity. nor can you go ahout without "Storm Ulster," any Overcoat, especially mornings and evenings. We have made up a grand assortment of these garments iu main dillbrent fabrics, and at prices to suit any and every body. Come and sec them. We have We Have Done It m K lS I iHir k The w The ( jiot added another large batch to, our "Confirmation Suit" Department, and buyers can can rely on finding just what they want on our counters. LargestigLowesf Prices 0 A RECOED MAKING STOCK AT RECORD BREAKING PRICES Stock -I I I JULIUS WINTER HO Ml I vn "Old Reliitllo" CloiliicvH KY. S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS.. LOUISVILLE, I )J I M rri T l l l l I I ' I M I M I II I W '.Jf- : LOUISVlUe, SAH FRANCISC J, CAL. KY. HEW YORK, It.T. $100 000. Owen can soil you ready mixed FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS. We are authorlicd to announce ns Su,bject paiut cheaper than anybody and guarantee tho quality. Gregory & Co., nro selling fertilizcra at only 10 percent, profit. Try them beforo you buy. V. G. Bubbage and Morris Eikridge, of Hardintburg, were hero on legal business I st week, Copt. John James, an old river man well known all along the river is dead at a Candidate for Clerk Court GRORGEH. MADDEN, of Appeals to the action of Democratic State Convention. FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. Wo nre authorized to annoucco 4 i. Rockpott, Ind, JOHN ROBERTS, If you want lumber, shingles or any oftheCltyof Louisville, ai a candidate for Judgo of the Court of Appenli, luliject to the kind of building material don't fall to call action of the Democratic party or tho Third on Gregory & Co. Appellate Dlitrlct. Mrs. Ilunley Ripley, formerly of this We are authorized to announco city is to be married to Mr. Harry of Louisville, April 23d. JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, to tho ofllce of ai a candidate fur Louisville, a little place in Daviess West Judge of the Court of Appcali, subject to tho county was completely swept nwny, several action of the Democratic party. lives lost nnd a number ol people injured Wm. K. Barnes, John Allen Murray, When Tern Kendall sendi a bit down Hardlnsburg. Cloverport. Tom is after gas he never falls to get it. MURRAY &. BARNES, one o( tho best and most successful drillntl-n-'ers in the field. and Cloverport, Hardlnsburg According to the weather prophets April Kentucky. is to bo a very bad month for itorms, tho worst occurring on the (th to the Dili and on the lD.h to the 21st. Tho Western Union will soon take HARDINSBURG, KY. charge of (he telegraph lino along the L., ' 'jErOfllce on Brick Corner. St. L. & T. and establish an office here with the railroad. We have dissolved partnership, and nil persons indebted to us will please come WEDNESDAY. AP1ML 2 1830. forward and settle their accounts and save in, Attorneys W. Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, Breckenridge News. lomoiiula costs. R. E. Moorman & Co. Felix Monroe was in the citjr last week. Ja. B. PiBber went to Louisville last wojk. Uon..a. W. Heard was in the city this V Delaware, a little town on Green River, Brother Brandon's former circuit, was 'IS l A; V ;. 1 i' ft weel. H. A. Oelzo went to Hnrdinsbure yesterday. Charlie Patterson went to Lonuville Monday. Rev. T. A. Robertson was. in the city list T. week M. I went to Uawesville Blanford was up Wednesday from S. Warfield LewisporL John , Wednesday. Matthias Miller, of Hardipsbnr, was in town Monday. Mr. William Sahlie went to Galesburg, III., last week. - J. T. Roberls, of HardinsbnrK, came -- S' r ",'. down Saturday. Dr. W. B. White, of Lonisvllle, was in the city last week. J. T. Stnart, of Webiter, came down on business Monday, Albert Miller, from- - near Hardinsburg, was in town Saturday. Ik "4 i X 1 .A. Tho?. Robertson and mother, of Rock-val- e, were Id town yesterday. Nat Raitt, from near Cincinnati, came down Friday to visit bis mother Morris Eskridge and G. P. Jolly, of Hardlnsburg, were in he city Thursday. Mr. Payne, from near Hardinsbarg, was the guest of his brother, F. P. Payne, Friday. Sa,m and Clarence Keith are visiting their sister, Mrs. C. C Moorman, at Big Spring this week, Fred Fraizs returned home from Danville Saturday to recover from a Bevere attack of la grippe , Mr. F. P. Haygood, bridge builder for the L St. L. k T of Jrvington, was in the eiiy yesterday. Bill and John Nichols living on Blackford five miles from Hawesvilte, lost their The dwelling and all of their out houses. storm was fearfal in that section and did considerable damage H. W. II. (Botanic Ilload Halm). 1 - iiy y J ij , x many If you try this remedy you will others bare laid, that it the hist blood purifier and tonic. Write Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Qa., for book of convincing testimony. J. P. Darli, Atlanta, On. (Went End), writes i "I consider that B. B. B. has permanently cured me of rheumatUni and iciatioa." B.B.SuIter, Athens, Oa., aavs "B. B. B. cured ma of an ulcer that had reiiited all other treatment." B. 0. TIniloy, Colombia, Ala., writes: "My mother and tUter had ulcerated ior throat and scrofula, B..B. B. cured them." Jcob V. Sponeler, Newnan, Ga., writes t "B B. B. entirely en red me of rhenmathm in my shoulders. I used six bottief." Chas. lUinhardt, No, 202T Fountain Street, "I suffered with Batttmore, Md., writes: bleodfng piles two year, and am glad to say that oue bottle of B. B. B. cured me." J, J. Hardy, Toccoa, Oa , writes t "B. B. B, Is a quick cure for eatarrh. Three bottles eured me. I bad been troubled several years. ., says: "One bottle A. Bprnk, Atlanta, B. B, B. completely cured my ehlld of eo- - sy of W.A PPf er, FredoBla, Ala.r wrltee s "B, B. B. cured my mother of ulcerated sore "throat." completely demolished, three children killed and the mother fatally hurt. At Deer Creek the ttorm swept everything from Floyd Mason's to a point four Houses, barns and miles up tho Creek. figures. fences were blown down but nobody hurt The Louisvillo papers every day since Mrs. Willis, ol LeitcbGeld, and Dr. J. L. Moorman, of Adairville, arrived Sunday the catastrophe aro giving full details. houseto see their mother, Mrs. Jesse Moorman, Much suffering exists among the less, homeless people, but sweet charity who is very sick and not expected to reover ready handed and sympathetic, is cover. rendoring organized and systematic aid, At Pellville several barns are reported blown down and the dwelling house of THE STORM AT CLo"vERPORT. unroofed. Sandy Hill school bouse The greatest damage is to tho Methodist and Pleasant Zion church, six miles from Moro than one-ha- lf church on Elm street. Owensboro were blown dowu. of the roof, rafters, sheeting" and all, do all kinds of dental I am prepared to buildwork in tho office previously occupied by were parried over the east end of the ing and blown into tbo street. The plastDr. W. B White. My preceptor is Dr. J. H, Kenney, of Paducali, I guarantee ering by subsequent rain and snow is completely destroyed beneath the dismantled satisfaction. Please givo me a call. pari of the roof. It wilt cost at least $500 S. B Adkuhox to restore it to its former condition. Lucky is the lady who chances, at the of the roof of the About one-ba- lf time cholera breaks out among her poulNr.ws building was blown off. try, to have on hand a bottle of Gaoler's Fortunately but little damage resulted chicken cholera cure, which is sold "no from water, as it was promptly covered cure, no pay" by G, W, Short, Cloverport, temporarily. Tbo damage to this building Ky. which 1b larje will be abom $160. Riv. Hall and Mr. Hunter, of McDaniels The Warfield residence occupied by were here yesterday asking aid for the Master Mecbanio Ferry was stripped of its people in the storm stricken district of the rool on one side, about half the building. Our people responded Forks of Rough. The large stock barn of Major James T. very liberally considering that they were Miller was completely blown away. Six sufferers themselves. head of horses were in the barn at the At Robards, a station on the Henderson time, and the wonder is that all escaped Division of the L. k N a freight train was injury. Loss about $800 ls wrecked by running into a number of trees of C. J. Fella The office at the blown across the track by the cyclono and was completely turned about on its founenginer Peter Burns and head breakman dation. Loss trifling. W. W. Powell were bath killed. The iron roof was partly blown away Wood Weatherholt got the first paper from the new machine shops of the L. St. We have not heard the containing an account of the Cyclone at L. k T. railway. extent of the loss. Louisville. It was the Cincinnati Enquir Other and minor losses occored all over er thrown off of the Steamer Sherlock as down Saturday. Wood was the the city, in fences, trees, outbuildings, Ac. she passed The derrick at the Mineral Center Gas only man with nerve enough to brave the well was prostrated. wind and waves to go out and get it. While we have been fortunate in tho Jersey Heifer calf from a fine butler cow great storm, yet we suffered quite severe fine Jersey Bull from a celebratand by a This calf is a beauty losses. ed butter family. solid form, black points, face like a deer, Land Male at Oweitmboro. This, in two years will be sold for $25. On Wedoeiday.May 1 lih.tbere will bean will be giving milk and is a bargain. Call auction sale of suburban building lots at Dr. Browx, and see her. Owensboro, commencing at 2 o'clock The reToot ye horns of jubilee and ring ye property to be sold is the twenty-fiv- e bells of joy, Cloverport has the machine maining lots In the well known suburb. Nearly all lots sold at the shops, and the lower end of town U lulled Westvfew. of mechanical music. Westviewsale last fall hare been resold at to rest by the hum This splendid suburb lies The bobbin factory is building, and in a a large profit. Plenty of only nine squares from Main street, has short time will b completed. gas, and that means more shops and more gas and water, the streets are all graded and ditched and a double row of shade trees are Alt is hustle and bustle enterprises. on each street. Walnut street is gravelled whoop-o-- ft zip t zip z West-vieMr, Rr J. Patterson, of Guston, has just and paved on both sides entirely to line is within tbtee The street car e in returned from a visit to bis spring. Hart county. He reports everything in a squares and will be extended this win ds uuu reraara uouege there ad eaya Tbe new via fljurisfcing condftioo. over located oa Walnut street opposite Wet is the view. Alf the lots will be soH fef whatthe people artf very much iataft t4Bet ever they bring ard it is CoBtitat7oal CoTtM twd Is OwsassJera, Wt to repreat ttaa, Mr. Usury hmimK i or wsM4 Used bmw w4m a seetif t frdvfa 4I w W HWJ ie a ad m fc rfrfc mbv Tto nM t 1m to M ww rM of Hart's beet rftT wirt J. to elected m he nhmU be. d BnF.cn-ENRtbQ- E saw-mil1 3-w. I consisted Of business blocks or a costly character and embraced tho tobacco warehouses. Nearly every building in this area was destroyed or greatly damaged. But three tobacco warehouses were left, tho Pickett. Tho Louisvillo Hotel was only slightly injured, but iho cigar store ol Virgil I. Wright adjoining the hold, was destroyed, killing four girls at the hotel, Dr. McKee of Danville, and others. Market street from Seventh lo Twelfth suffered correspondingly. Tho buildings as a rulo were neither so heavy or cosily, but more people wero in them at tho hour the storm occurred nnjl many lives were lost, and more people were injured, Tho Falls City Hall was in this district. JtfTerson Street, within tbo same area, likewlso suffered terribly. Tho residence of our old fellow townsman W. II. Webb wob situated on this slroot botweou Eleventh nnd Twelfth and was wrecked. His family escaped unhurt. Hero wns St. John's Episcopal church which was destroyed and also tho dwolling of Rev. S E Barnwell, lis rector, who, with his Utile son, Dudley, perished in his fallen home. The residenco Of Judgo Eli H. Brown was in tho same vicinity nnd was greatly damaged, but he and family escaped without injury. . The slorm approached the city from Parkland, which Buffered terribly, and swept its path of horror from southwest to northeast and finished its destruction at tbo Union Depot, Seventh and Water streets, crossing tbo Ohio River at this point. All along its path across the city, it prostrated homes business houses, warehouses and factories, nnd where they stood, wreck and desolation nro now seen. It is estimated $2,600,000 will not cover the lossos. Tho clothing house of Elllp k Richardson fell a prey to (he storm. Mr. Elisba Richardson, of Union Star, was one of the Grm, 'Their loss is reported at lurge d BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, - Agent & Corrcsp'nt THE NEW GAS WELL. II Demon I a (limlier unit Cleitrl Nlrutct Thill Till Is Olio ol. Iho licit rinltU In Kciitliclij-- We .isk nothing better than an hoiu't test of our claims and lire willing to ttuul b facts ami figures. County Court next Monday. J. D. Babbago tho Nkws man will bo in town Monday. Mr. Tbos. 8. Coleman returned homo from Ilenderson last week. Mr. Thos. II. Ditto is the state agricultural rjro ter for this county. Miss Emma English returned lo her YOU CAN SAVE A sight of money at our store. Tho new gaB well ooetied by tho Gold Gortuno Co on tho Oelze Mill lot Init wesk is truly a gusher. It is tho best yet homo at 8tophonsport last Friday. ''Wall "till Iho tide roils by" is whol the people along the rivor bank are singing. GUd to 1 tarn Mr. Editor that your subscription list is building to tbo number of ten n day. Mr. Gus Benham's wifo is suffering very much Irom an nhsccBS nnd erynlpelas In one ol her eyes Saturday the water renched its highest reachH nt llns point, lucked about feet of ing the '81 mnrk. Potter Miller, who sold his place to tho Consolidated Gas Company, expects lo move to Indiana shortly. 'A man born of woman never ceases to have trouble." A man llint lives on the Ohio river is in the samo box. Q Uto a number went up on the Ohio Saturday evening to see Iho dlsastrr at drilled, yielding a larger supply than any in tho fiold. It is tho largest well south of the Ohio Hiver, and is equalled only by the wells of Ohio and Pennsylvania. That Cloverport is the best gas field Boutli of the Ohio is now no longer open to doubt or question. Slowly but surely wo nre developing a field that will soon be recognized all over tho country as equal lo tho best in tho country, and we enn confidently predict that, before long, it will bo shown that wo are behind notio of Ihem In tho quantity or quality of our gap. This fact being now established, stes aro being inaugurated to use ll generally by our peoplo for their fuel. Wo havo no longer any misgivings about the persistency and quantity ol the fluid, and thus assured, we aro ready lo inoe forwnrd Gas is the fuel ol tho future in Cloverport, In the home, the factory and the bUfiiieRB WILL YOUV wSuLler CI.O-rEIIEBIF'OrEB- 9 T, 3CTT. s and R. J. BASSETT & BRO., DOORS, LEITOHFIELD, KY. SASH, BLINDS, ROUGH DRESSED LUMBER, ,D ft house. We have enough lor our present capacity and Inrgely to spare, nnd as we want more, bo the quantity desired great or small, wo will boro into the earth and Louisvillo causod by tbo storm bring It up from our groat storehouse. We Invito our neighbors and tho rest of Mr. John Louis Henry was in town Saturday, said the storm destroyed consider- mankind to come in nnd partake with us, Wo havo gas enough to turn nil the maable fencing out through the county dolchinery of a groat oily, and we want you Aaron Woods, (col.) handed me a lar and wants tho Nkws sont to him. Soys to be beneficed with us It gas is what you want, movo your ho wants to draw the Berkshire pig. Set them up here mills and factories. Mr. Frank Crosier, of Ntw Albany, wob here n Turn lu tho pipes, nnd go lo work. Frank lived in town last week. few years ago and his many friend" wero A delightful time was enjiyed by A' Roofiii s. y ESTIMATES furnished at low prices. SHIPMENTS made directly from Planinj Mill to any point. MTISFACTION Dili 11 in a Alniai'iftltf miliums iTiiiiiYiinip assured. most glad to see him. those participating, one day Inst week, at Tho high water has caused the people tbo home of Miss Jennie Keith, on the living on the river front to move out hill. An old fashioned candy pulling was again. 1 he water is over nearly nil of tho the object of tho meeting, given in honor of her guests, Misses Lillio Cooper and bottom across tho river. Fannie Brashear. The scene was certainly Bishop and Miss Motile Mr. F. T. one of great mirth, and all enjiyed themof Weldon, wore quietly married Wednesday ovning at the residence of the selves to the utmost. Those present were Mr. and Mrs G. W. Short, Misses Llllle bride's father, Mr Gabriel Dupln Cooper, Fannio Brashear, Judith Miller, Messrs John Nevltt and Tom McDjnah Sallie Moorman, Elith Naul , and Messrs. were In town last Thursday, say ihey don't seriously Injured Sam Keith, Owensboro, S. B Adkisson, think the wheot crop so W. C Moorman, C. B. 8klllman, Jesso in their neighborhood as was reported. Miller. Ether Hall and O. T. Sklllman. Mr 8herman across the river lad a barn conto blow down the nlisht of the storm taining four or five hundred barrels ol potatoes and considerable tobacco in it. At this writing we are suffering some inWhen Ilnl.y wns lct, we gave lier Caatnrla. No convenience in getting the mails. When Mm wn ft Clillil, rfio cried for Cnatorla. get through lo boats and no trains able to -, b!m dung to Castorla. When she liecame MlLouisville. "It never rains but it pours." When she had Chtldreu, she gave them Cantor!. Marriage licenses were issued to Mr. Josoph Foot and Miss Nannie Allen, Mr. Tom Marcum and Miss Alice Young last Despite the bard times and bad week. weather folks will get married. Mr. W. G. Alysworth, of Grahampton, I have placed my notes and accounts In Dr. and Miss Lizzie Wimp, of Oarnettsville, collection. Call hands nuptial knot lied between them Newborns nay up. for prompt II. T. lUrritRTY. on had the Da. htm and last Thursday. Mr. Alysworth is a son ol the well known factory man at GrahampDu-pln, WHEELERS. A word to the Wheelers You needn't consult anysup- body nor make any arrangements in regard to your plies. J am selling goods now lower than any living man Come to my "tore in can sell them nnd always have. Hiirdinsburg and it will take me only n few minutes to convince you of the fact. Talk about 10 per cent. I don't ask any more on my goods and sell a great many articles for less. I am the original low price man of this county. equivalent, If you want goods bring along the cash or it produce. J. A. WITT, Hardinsburg, Ky. s7a Notice. ton. is reported that lightening struck Mr. Bob Owlogs house at Woolf Creek about a week or more ago, and lore one end of the building np very badly, pawed down through two rooms, knocked considerable of ihe plastering down and never injured a For Sale. It Pure Ilred Ilerkihlre PI&i, alt ages. Eligible to registry. .wwn.tn 1RM IRVINGTON, DEALKrtS IN MmmmsmmmmMMmii KY. For Prices ml other Information addreis J. T. KoKAKDS Hardlmburg, Ky. MHJI.SVIM.i:, KY. -- Field Seeds, Famiihg Implements, GROCERIES, SADDLERY, HARDWARE, :A.TJX)lT?QITJ-3::Important Kiigniremoiit single occupant, Messrs. A. W. Moremen, John P. K. Malin and Gon. Walt Hardin have leased from a Middlesborough company 160,000 acres of their mineral, gas and oil lands lying in the corners of Kentucky, Tennes- Jamss B. Camp, D4Hisi. Quar, Duslneis Man. Sole Proprietor & Man. STOVES and TINWARE, BOOTS and SHOES. Call We make a specialty of Seeds and Farming Implements. and get our prices before buying as wo aro sure wo can save you money on wliat you buy. We also keep in connection with our store a first-claHotel and Livery Stable and offer special inducements to ComMeG LOTH LAN BROS., mercial men. Jrvington, Ivy. ss This man Moremen fs see and Virginia. going to make a ten strike somo of these days on this scheming business, Edwin Booth:--- . :Helena Modjeska. -- Farewell Joint Appearance of Company, Ditto have dissolved part- Supported by a powerful Dramallo under the direction of their father's old farm. nership in running ARTHUR B. CHASE. W, M. Ditto the junior membnr of ihe firm plow for Superb Scenery by - - . Esvsst Albsrt. will hold the reins and drive the this year. This is one of Ihe greatest ana Iteoeriolre ! -- Richelieu, grandest farms that a crow ever (lew over. Thnrtday, May lit Macbeth. Friday, May 2d Fine soil and easily tilled. The houso sets Hamlet. 300 and some odd Sat. Matinee, May,3d..,'. the bill above. upon SalarW.NfgliY, May 3d.,Mohaat f Vlce acres of bottom land with the rail road in ' , " front and its broad acres stretched forth to ; the river fiont, lends a beautiful view ra- $5, JA $i0,rfef tfce sewn, MOorMiag turn. The owner (Mr, F. Difte,sO the eye. ig?T4 nwf (hmf AAmhtio ,.,.,,...ffWisis, M was down from Louisville sJaofwW says ft fs hf sale. The wWfe. near StO acres fs J. T. & W. M A Sure Hog Cholera Preventive. MOORMAN'S T T 16q J,E Glaqlera. Preventive ' InBreckoorldgeYndliardln Hah Anil .':.. wk -,. wtMitW f&C are Jvig ahoetr VkMisisimn'K mwr$ md aMf I ytwffWQQp wy WPV wsW 'MmtnjmwM '? h . 3 iiiimMMtimmuhim iJft luaRWUKsilsSavtll rr &1ItBiBlStS5, is. m efl4t, zhlirk.W,bM er rrdd rdM H4 arrru w i'w "" Km0 Is, Ity. M tie nawtt of somo of .our farmers who havo tested Its merits MNsfca Meador. Dolnh Jonei. smtjgWMW j .. Blj Springs, Bob Ksgllib, Dr 0 Z Ami, Ooelllaa j Unas. lUrawjrrwleyvlll. T Experience, (caches ui that Hog Cholera cannot be ouredSSi'la rare cases j so thfaqi merely a preventive irhluh, If RWen according to dlreelbMiftnt to preserve the hStU rw --- ,. - in i.. " ... f Will prevent the ravages of Choi era on ony farm stock, and, In some" eases wm cure Ubolora, although will not tnaur It to do so. It has been tried andthoroughlj leited bj manjrof tho best farmers - I ' 1ni!i3tt.'r.ii,t coun- - ti.i. Tr It Is pyt yp -- In sacks l 1 fcogi AaWNTS RJ for a yer, Mwi k -- 2f cents per pound. sW-sv- re STfaSSKS jMMrivnwrkMd wimrtMmmmwnMm It. AH itmijrj)rob, wins! ip .anuakaiMsW-MsMsUscas- M&im&is, iWijaiiHy www Tn .....,....,. j Blr, Hardlnsburg J. f OyW jf 1wftjr-- t U Cloverport pods will kaep T? Jo UrentjTlti 'M I Joe, B,kvwi. Ef MOORMAN, OvvemsborS, Ky. Jiv RECKENRIDGE NEWS Mf.N YOU THE WORLD'S HEAR OF. C. 2010. NOTED ERAS. PLAN ADOPTED 1 1 IN NEW JERSEY. ADDISON. Hon V. E. Minor shipped a lot of cattle, sheep and Iioicj on the City of Owens boro Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Tyler, of Owcnsboro, are visiting Mrs. Burks. Mr. Jesse Tinlus was here from Saturday to Monday. Farmers are complaining at. the loss of their wheat from the rejent frosts. Mrs. Minor will not return from Louisville until after E8ter. L D Addison came up from Evansville 8unduy. The era of Abraham began Oct. 1, B. c t- - r E l Tho plan of building new roads under Tho lato Robert Drowning Mandated Tho era of Augustus began in tho year tho roient enactment iu New Jersey Is parts of Homer into English when lie was of Koine 727, twenty-seve- n years before Dr. Louis Goldstein is in Chicngo. described in an intervlow published In 8 years old. tho Christian era. Mr. ft. A Uraolirnr went to Louisville The Now Yoik Times. Ho says: Col. J. W. Blount, of Sail AuIn Tho lato Tho era of Tyro began B. C. 123, In consequence of tho ruinous effect last week. gustine, was the last surviving signer of the year of Homo 028, and in tho 180th of tho continued rains of tho past year Mr. Creed Unvnw, of Garnrtifiville, is tho Texan declaration of independence. of tho Seleucidn) or Grecian era. upon tho roads and highways about New visiting his aunt, Mm. Henry Davie, Cardinal Manning says of Emperor Tho era of Antloch fixed the creation York, extraordinary interest lias been manifested by property owners of the B. C. W02. After 285, however, it coinElder Urowder preached eomo rplendid William's movement to improro the condition of fieiiiinny's laboring people that cided with tho Alexondrlan era. suburban counties in tho system of road nermons during our quarterly meeting. it Is the wisest and worthiest that has The era of tho Heglra dates from tho making inaugurated by Mr. Cliauncey Mrs. John Bennett, who linn been III (or proceeded from B. Hipley in Union county, N. J. Iloads tiny sovereign of our flight of Mnlmnied from Mecca to Medisome time, is itnprovii g times. na, on the loth or 10th of July, A. D. 022. that liavo been considered of tho first class, and that liavo cost enough to make Allen Muiray and .1, D llabboze, ol The late Earl of Sydney, aged 85, was The Chinese era begins B. C. 2277. but the Inst of his title. Ho began his public since the year 103 B. C. Chlneso writers a solid and dunihlo highway, liavo been Cloverport, were in town last Tburei'aj. in tho reign of Oeorge III. Ho have dated tho year from tho accession so softened by tho wet weather that they Mr. Milton Board, of Ilardinsburc, was career liavo succumbed to tho strain of ordiwas n fine old school gentleman, and of the reigning emperor. in town last week. nary teaming, and aro cut to pieces and served as tho model for Dickens' Sir The Cresarean era of Antioch was In seamed with dangerous ruts. Mrs Mamie Lay is in Lr uisiille undo Leicester Dedlock. stituted in consequence of tho victory of "Hespcctlng work on country roads," surgical treatment Dr. OnoprofT, a tall, slender, young Pharsalia, gained by Julius Ca'snr in tho said Mr. Itlplcy, "tho work In Union black hair and a pale face, year of Home 700, and B. C. 48. Mr. Jomed Payne, of Kvnnsville, in at Italian, witli county Is progressing slowly, hut, accordis astonishing Londoners with his power homojor a few days. era of Niibonassar began Feb. 20, ing to contract, rigidly in all cases. Many ns n mind reader. Ho calls himself n B. The C. It continued until tho death questions liavo been asked mo about the Misses Louella Pulliatn and Violet Mi'-l- cr "pyscho physiologist." Ho is tho clever-1s- t of Alexander tho Great, and was thenco provisions of tho contracts under which visited in Cloverport last week. yet seen. mind render London hns brought down to the reign of Antoniua wo nro working, mostly by letters, Mrs. Zick Richardson and mother, Ms Governor Abbott, of Now Jersey, Is n Pius. which I am still receiving from many kept up great reader. Ho has always Tticketts, ol U.iion Star, attended quarter sections of country suburban lo Now Tho Hindoo era is quite complicated with current literature and is well in ly meeting here last Sunday. elucidation has given riso to York. I should bo glad to answer them, formed regarding the tendency of fiction and itscontroversy. Tho onco for all. Our public roads aro gencurrent era Miss Leona Adkisson, of Unrdinsburg, in these latter days, lie admires Hider much erally laid out 00 feet wldo. Of this will visit Miss Klla Mostly this week and Haggard's works because they tako tho tho fourth of the world's existence, the or about 13 feet, on each width Kail yug. began B. C. 8101. attend the entertainment lo be given here reader out of his usual groove. sido is allowed and used for sidewalks Tho French republic era began Sept. next Friday night Stepniak, the exiled Russian Nihilist, The republican calendar was and shade trees. Tho country roads are 22, 1702. Many of our items are stale, but tliey lives quietly in London with his gifted 10 feet in width or 8 first used on tho 20th of Novcmlwr, 1703, macadamized only wife, mid the two spend much time in feet on each sido of the center line, may interest some of our reader. Dec. 31, 1805, the British Museum, ransacking books and was discontinued which tho surveyor first defines, and A I'i'Ciilliir Cimr. and making many notes. Stepniak is when the Gregorian was resumed. which, when found, controls all other Dr. II. C. Kduiunds, of Klberton, Ga , nn industrious writer, and is rarely seen The Persian ern began on the accession lines in tho progress of tho work. . writes: "A very itctilinr and strange cae at the clubs or in Miciety, although ho of King Yezdegird to tho throne of Per"Tho first nmong tho essentials of a first sia, June 10, A. D. 032. The Persian class road is drainage. Tho contract, of blood poison came under my attention has a host of friends. 1075, and specifications and drawings nil provide a short time ago. A gentleman came here The lato Photius Fisk was well known. year was readjusted in A. D. He was a retired chaplain of the United tho oystem continues to the present lime. for such a grade as shall carry off all from Athens, Ga , where he had been bitThe Jewish era was adopted in the water from the surfaco of tho road and ten on the hand by a vicious mule that he States navy and his history was someHo was of Greek- - Fifteenth century. Tho Jews dato from that which percolates through the stono. was breaking to work. The hand was in a what remarkable. Maltese birth, his family name being tho creation of the world, which they Bcforo any stono is laid tho roadbed is horrible condition, and the irllimation Kavasales. In 1814, when a child, ho consider to have taken place 3700 years perfectly graded, with reference to shedwhe rapidly extending throughout his ending water toward tho sido as well as was found in the streets of Smyrna dur- and 3 months before the commencement tire oyslem. Kvery knuckle on his hand ing the terrible visitation of tho plaguo of tho Christian era. carrying It off lengthwise. The center was an ulcer that was deep and slouching crying for his mother. The Alexandrian era of tho creation of of tho roadbed is higher, and the slope lie stated to me that he hid consultsd sevHcnrik Ibsen, the Norwegian dramat- the world was fixed at G502 years lieforo to each side is regular. A shoulder is left bod, so that eral physicians, and taken their medicine ist and jwet, lias been happily married Christ, w that A. D. 1 corresponds with on each margin of the tho foundation stones cannot spread. benefit. I gave him for over thirty years, but lias only one tho Alexandrian year of tho creation without deriving any 0503, This computation was continued Tho roadbed is mado smooth and rolled ii course of Swift's Specific (S. S. S ), and child, a son, who was formerly connectuntil tho year A. D. 284; but in A. D. 285 before any stones aro placed on it. ed with the Swedish legation nt Washin a few dajs he reported lo me a marked "After its preparation is completed a ten years were subtracted. ington. Mrs. linen is the stepdaughter improvement, and in one week from the of Mogdalena Thoreson, the Norwegian The era of Spain began nt tho conquest layer of blocks of stone about 12 inches time he commenced taking S. S. S. the poetess. The jwet left his native land in of that country by Augustus, B. C. 83. long by 0 or 8 inches on tho sides is laid, hand was healed up and the poison entire180-1- , and has since lived in Home and It was adopted in Portugal, Africa and each stono by hand. Each stono stands It is my other Italian cities. ly eradicated from bis system. the southern provinces of France. It an inch or so nway from other stones. opinion that he would have lost bis life Ludwig Windthorst, the famous lender was abolished in Catalonia in 1180; in The stones of the first layer aro pretty uniform in size, and of trap rock, and propbad it not been for the health-givin- g of the Catholic party in Germany, whoso Aragon, 1350: in Valencia, 1358. and in crack or split'casily when struck with a 1383, hut ft prevailed in Portubirthday was recently cel- Castile in erties contained in Swift's Specific. He seventy-eight- h stono hammer, which is used on tho top frankly admits himsell that S. S S. did ebrated, is a hump shouldered, toothless gal' as late as 1415 or 1422. of each stono till all nro broken into, Bay, guiltless dwarf, with shriveled cheeks, The Gii'fiin era commences in the half a dozen pieces. Tho broken pieces the work.'' of hair, and a piping wooden voice, and year of Home 442, twelve years after the Treatise on Mood mid Skin Diseases wears big blue spectacles. He has been death of Alexander, B. C. 311. This era fall down wedgo shape, spreading bo ns to fill the vacant spaces left between tho mailed free. years, is btill in use among almost all the peoin the reichstng for twenty-tw- o originally laid, and form a and is the only man in Germany whom ple ol the Levant. Tho Jews, when blocks, as SWIFT SPECIFIC CO , Atlanta, Ga. wedged stones that will stand in Bismarck condescends to cross swoids they became subject to tho kings of mass of the position they aro left by tho hammer '!' with. Lurk)- Itulllinorciiiifc. Syria, adopted it, and did not abandon it forever, wo may almost say. After this Mr. Percy Williams, of 75'J W. Franklin Martin Van Buren was once reproving for the one now used by them until withtho roller is applied, and the stoucs nro hisclcier but ei ratio son John for some in the last 400 years. Street, is the happy pofsessor of packed by rolling. TIkmi u layer of extravagance or other when tho young of a Louisiana State I.otiery The era of Constantinople, which was larger stones is placed upon this foundaticket, which drew the $11)0,000 Capital scapegrace assumed an air of great dig- adopt oil in that city before the middlo of tion, say stones of tho sizo of 2 to 2 nity and said: "Father, the time will tho Seventh century, .ikewisc compri?e. He was seen jesterdav on the corinches on a side. This layer is then come when you will be remembered only mences with the creation of the world, rolled, and n finer grndo is used on top, ner of Pratt and Green Streets, where he ns the father of John Van Daren." That is assigned to B. C. 5508. The it engaged in business. Mr. Williams time lias not ami never will arrive, for which followed this calculation until till stono dust and gravel complcto the Russians evenness of tho surface. Tho roller now stated that he held a part of ticket No. John Van fhiren, with all his wit, did the reign of Peter tho Great, having rein uso on tho Union county roads is a benothing, while his father without it H.LIH in the Monthly drawing of Februceived it from the Greek church, by steam roller, and has a prcssuro of twelve ary 11th, and as soon as he saw that his came president of the United States. which it is still used. Tho American tons." Analyst. ticket had caught a prize he drew on the "What do such roads cost, and how is DOINGS OF ROYALTY. J ittery company, through the Adams Exis tho money raised?"' CRISP CONDENSATIONS. "Tho cost is about $10,003 a mile, I press Company, and in just seven days Emperor William takes daily fencing judge by observation and imperfect refrom the date of the drawing he received a lessons of nn hour each from Col. on The Socialist party of Germany numdraft on the Importers' and Traders' Dresky ami finds the practice strength- bers now nearly a million adherents, not ports. It is not far from that sum, I can safely say. It seems a great deal to ono National Hank of New York City. The ening liis weak left arm. quite one fiftieth of the empire's populanot acquainted with road making. It is draft was cashed in Baltimore, and the Queen Victoria recently surprised a tion. not. Wo liavo few good roads in our bride by sending her for a wedding presmoney deposited here in bank. Mr. WilIt has been discovered that a large por- county that have not cost at least that n diamond pendant containing a tion of Utali is underlaid with n body of amount of money per mile. And they liams takes bis good fortune calmly, arjd ent lock of her majesty's hair. says that he intends to stick to his busiwater, which can be reached by lioring wear out in a few years. The money The queen regent of Spain now takes wells from one to two hundred feet iu under our county act is raised by bonds, ness und to The Louisiana State Lottery personal care of her son, the infant king, depth. running twenty year3 at 4 per cent, inuntil he captures the capital prize, when and dresses and attends to him and liei The peculiar odor of Russia leather, terest. Tho interest on theso bonds is he will quit both Baltimore (Md ) Her-ulother tuo children with her own hands. which makes it impregnable to the ravall that tho present generation will have Feb. M to pay, ns a rule. It is very light, too, The shah of Persia accepted a translaages of insects, arises from the employtion of the Bible from the Britisli minisment of an oil obtained by tho dry distil- when spread over a county. A taxpayer Another I. lick)' Holder. owning a house and lot worth $5,000, and ter, and when this was known a mob as- lation of the bark of tho birch tree. Five thousand dollars more of the Sectold sembled at tho palace gates and were Tho service bullet for tho new English having $5,000 more out at interest, ond Capital Prize of the last monthly mo tho other day his yearly tax would only quelled with some difllculty. magazine rifle is, it is said, to be n comdruwing of The Louisiana Stute Lottery When the czar tiavels a littlo vanguard pound soldered bullet, one advantage of not bo moro than n dollar or two greater has come lo Baltimore. The fcrlunate on account of theso roads. Although at is sent in advance, consisting of two which is diminished friction and conseman is Mr. William Schopllocher, of "'lb locksmiths, two carpenters and two mafirst a croaker and opposed to them, he quent less heating of tho barrel, experiWest Lexington street. He is in charge sons, all of them being married men, ments showing this to bo ten degrees less is now in favor of tho roads." "But when tho bonds fall due, what of the books of Goldenberg Bros , 17 West born in the imperial service, and devotedafter twelve rounds had been fired. then?" Lexington street, and is u very courteous ly attached to their august master. Their Somewhere In tho West Indies nn Eng"When tho bonds fall duo Union county gentleman. When intertiewed be said duties are to examine walls, floors, chimlishman claims to have discovered what locks and furniture in he calls tho "whistling tree." It has, ho will contain three times tho number of neys, fire places, that he held of ticket No inhabitants it has at present, and tho every room occupied by the czar. says, a peculiarly shaped leaf and split taxablo property will bo thrco times as 11,1:18, and upon it had drawn $.1,000 on The Ixindon correbjiondt'iit of an Eng- pods opened, the motion of the breezo great This we aro safo February 11th. He hud received the in assuming, lish paper alleges that the Prince of through which causes a peculiar whistand more, ju lging tho futuro by the past money. The ticket was placed with a city Wales has instituted tho custom of ling noise that can be heard at a great dis- two decades. I liavo fresh evidences bank and through it collected, and the weighing Ixjth the coming and departing tance. tivcry day of tho increasing interest in money is now deposited in Baltimore. guest at Saiidringliam palace. At the It is expected that the Manchester improving carriage roads in Hockland, This is the second lime Mr. Schopllocher first opHji'timity after his arrival tho (England) ship canal will bo completed Orange, Dutchess and Westchester counis weighed and his weight recorded has invested in this lottery. He purchased guest before tho time stipulated tho cud of ties in New York. Tho earth is bo full a ticket in December last upon which he in a lxok kept for tho purjiose, and ho is 1891. Work goes on night and day, 12,-0- of water from tho excessive rainy season did not leulue. The accession of the weighed again on the morning of his demen and ninety-si- x steam navvies wo aro passing through tho old stylo parture and another record made, ac- being employed. The locks will bo spa- of gravel roads has beenthat to a severer money will not interrupt his present busiput companied by the autograph of the guest. cious enough touccommodatc the largest test than ever before In tho memory of ness arrargemenrs. It will be rememsteamers. this generation. Tliis accounts in somo bered that Mr. Perry Williams, of Green ART NOTES. There nro four M's on a silver dollar, degree for tho increased interest and and Pratt streets, also held a part of the two plainly visible ono each iu the makes better roads a greater necessity." sime ticket. Bultimore (Md ) Herald, The French artits nro again talking of words Unum and America, another less March 1. abolishing tho French academy in Home distinct at tho base of the neck of tho Gravel Top. and bhutting up tho Villa Medicis. Mr. Clemens Herscliel, whoso treatise Goddess of Liberty and tho fourth on tho 0tcri In ICrery Sljle. There are In Paris al)out 8,000 urtists, left curve of the knot that binds tho on road making is printed in the littlo Hon. Epliriiiin Muggins (in lcstaiiraut) who may be divided into two classes, it wreath together on the reverse sido of book on highway improvement issued by Well, waiter, what have you got? is 6aid those who live for art and those tho coin. I'i.e last is hardly visible to tho League of American Wheelmen, Waiter (Jot inos' cv'ytliing tsar, got who livo by art. writes as follows of the use of gravel as the naked eye. Mr. Morgan was tho steak an' luin' chop, an' and engraver of tho die, and the a substitute for broken stone on roadAmong the invaluable works of art Hon. E. M. Got any oysters? M represents tho initial of his ways: "Instead of the macadam top, Waiter Yes, wih, got oysters in eb'ry which were destroyed in the burning of small screened gravel may bo used. The founname. the chateau of Lackcn a short time ago style. dation for theso gravel roads should bo wero two portraits by Van Dyck, two lion. E. M. Bring me some oybtera in the same as tho rough paving for tho TID BITS. GASTRONOMICAL pictures by Franz Hals and ono by llob-bemevery btyle, then, and be quick about it. macadam road. Tho gravel to bo used tho "Homer" of Ingres and a The Earth. French made dishes are nover cooked for tho top must bo selected with some number of portraits by Gallait. care; it should bo of a hard kind of in iron vessels. An ntnateiir artist of tho gentler sex Slghti iii a Grout City. stone, clean, that is, free from clay, of tho GO per cent, of their Olives yield about Muuiina and littlo Helen were seated sent ns u birthday present to William E. right color, etc. It is put on in two layweight in oil. In the crowded street car. The wunll Gladstone n pretty sketch of thoG. O. M. ers, each rolled, and tho top ono made girl was eying tho floor intently, and the sitting on the log of n treo which ho had Dates aro being successfully cultivated compact and firm, by spreading and mixing in somo good binding material, passengers were eying her with considjust felled, witli Ariel, clothed as a fein southern Florida. sprinkling and rolling. Thero need bo male sprite, hovering over him. Mr. erable curiosity. An attempt will be inado to cultivate no fear of making a ioor road by using Gladstono sent tho following acknowl"Mamma!" she piped out American clams in English "waters. tho smoothest, most water worn pebbles, edgment: "Dear Madam Many thanks Hotel Mail. "What is it, dearest?" Srca from all sand, etc., inmakingaroad for your most pleasing drawing. I had "Mamma, 1 believe I see a bedbug." top. The upper portions of tho river Talk nt a Hoard I up Home Table. New York Herald. alwayB considered Ariel as masculine, Rhino are remarkable for the clean, "How nro you, Butter? How do you smooth pebbles that form its bed to a but probalilv vou are right." etc. very great depth. Theso pebbles are feel PHiintleriiy'a Drlmt In the Wild VVr.t. ICciuiirUublo Hescnc. "Oh, I am just ns strong ns possible. dredged up and used in road building, making an excellent road covering ut Mrs. Micbaol Curtain, PlalnGeld, III , How nro you,' Mr. Coffee?" a smairexpense." "Me! Well, to Bpeak tho truth, I feci makes the statement that she caught cold very weak. I don't feel Bottled, and tho which settled on her lungs; she was treatgrounds upon which I am ndmitted into ed for a month by her family physician, society don't suit mo at nil. How aro How the lire Slimilil He Kept. but grew worse. He told her sho was a you, Miss Milk?: Never have above hoptleis victim if consumption and that "Oh, I feel very blue. I fell in tho stove lining. tho coal como not bo the The fire will so no medicine could cure ber. Her druggist water this morning and oamo near being bright; fuel will waste, becauso the suggested Dr. King's New Discovery for drowned; but don't chalk that upngaiiiBr draught Is not bo good. When not using Consumption; she bought a bottle and to me, and if you seo a cow anywhero the firo keep damperscloscd; when needaround I'd lactometer." ber delight found herself benefited from yellctl out, "Bully," ed, open tho draughts. For cookipg or Then tho steak Grit dose. Sho continued its use and, baking, no matter how hot the firo deand tho mutton said, "Go-n-t while you're sired, having tho coal como nearly after taking ten bottles, found heiailf young," whllo tho bollod to tho eggs fairly top of tho lining, tho firo ought to last sound and well, now does dier own housecackled in derision. Florida Times four hours without now coal or poking, work and is as well as she ever was. Free Union. The top of tho stove may bo red hot; the trial bottles of this Great Discovery at ' Nip your cough in the hud" by taking coal piled up to the lids, und yet tho oven - " .v W. Short's, Cloverport, and J. A. Wilt's 0. Mounted Cow I my Do ' xlnxit the "0. 0. C. Certain Cough Cure," a pleasant will not bake. Thero is too much coal in t; Hardlnsbiirg. Large bottles COc. and and effectual remedy. lemme cntcli it a. Sold, by G. V. and tho draught Is stopped by it. Good with my 1.00 lasso. Texas Slftln-- s. Housekeeping. Short. one-fift10-fod, th er a, STEPHENSPORT. Chauncry 11. It Icy Tells Ilmr Country Honda Hiiro Hern Macadamized. THLl BRlMBIDlll m Happy Ilooalcr. Wm Timmons, Postmaster Ind, writes: "Electric Bitters has done moro for roe than all other rcedicinea combined, for that 'bad reeling arising from Kidney and Liver trouble." John Leslie, farmer, and stockmnn, of same place, Bays : "Find Electric Bitters to be the best Kidney and Liver medicine, made me feel like a new man " J. W. Gardner, hardware merchant, fame town, says: Electric Bitters is just the thing for a man who is all run down and dou't care whether bo lives or dies; he found new strength, good appetite, and felt just tiko he had a new leao on life. Only fi,0c. a bottle at G. W. Short's, Cloverport, and J. A. Witt's, Uardinsburg. of Idaville, II $300 -- HI TO G- IB -A- 3T3D $500 GIVEN TO OUPt- - Paid Up Subscriber! One Year in advance to have a ticket in our Drawing NOTICE EXTRAORDINARY! PIIWTOtMAPIKlY All old subscribers who Pay Up to date and OK I' will make Photograph any kind or style. Cabinet, Curd, Dnlnjr or Tintypes at reasonable prices. Alio largo work of any kind or style. Enlargements made from olJ pictures and framed for $2.50 I alio make Crayon Portrait, (laving eighteen yeara experience In Photography, 1 will try to make Photos or any other work to please ono anil all. Qlvs mo a call. How located over MARTIN'S DKUU S10HE. Cloverpott, Ky. THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS Al.l LINE. IN W.W.BROOKS, NOW IN CLOVERPORT. v It It Ho IfOttery Scheme You get value received for your money in one of the Best County Papers published SHORTEST, QUICKEST in the State, and then we give you a ticket AND BEST LINE St. Louis, Evansville which entitles you to a chance in the AND ALL POINTS drawing. West and South-Wes- t. We have adopted the Drawing method of distributing the Presents, because it is is Effect Lv. Louisville a.m. ..9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. ArrSt. the only fair way of doing it. 7:5 "...7:25 " Evansville " p.m. (t. K. AST. h. 11. K.) TO Time-Car- d Decf 16, 8:45 Loula 2:25 For further Information, call 9:50 on or address, JOS. S 0DI0RNE, Qen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B L. BRYANT, Trav. 1'assg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. MAGAZINE, with it, varied andtxctlttnt contents, is a library in itself. It teas indeed a happy thought to print an entire novel in each number. Not a short novelette, but a long story such as you are used to get in book form and pay from one dollar to one dollar and a halffor. Not only that, but with each number you get an abundance of other contributions, which gives you a good magazine besides the novel. The ringing blows which have been struct on the gateway of popular favor, have resounded Lippin- throughout the entire land. and cott s Jiijgattne sianas tn the jront ran tf monthly publications, and is the most widely' publication of its hind in the world. For full descriptive circulars, address LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE, Philadelphia $3 oo per year. 25 els, single number. The publisher of this paper will receive your y PLAN OF DRAWING. A duplicate of every ticket sold is placed in a box and in another box cards with the names of all the prizes. Two little boys or girls will be selected to do the drawing. One will draw from the box containing the tickets the other from the box containing the prizes. A ticket will be drawn out and at the same time a prize If the prize drawn out is the Wagon, the Watch, the Suit of Eurniture, or any one of the prizes, it will go to the person holding the number of the first ticket drawn out and so on until all the tickets are drawn out. subscription, ' h BABBAGE'S Bargain-:-Column!! For Spot Cash Only. 1 & lmrriiHSL&5' j&sZjrT'?&' '- 3S vtir-min- Doz. lead pencils for 5 cts. Quires Note pnpe; for 25 cts. 1 Set Goblets for 25 cts. A good whits slint unlnundrcd for 39 cts. Gent's Undershirts for 39 cents worth 50 cts. The following is a partial list of the prizes. Others will be added as Wnsii Bowels and Pitchers, best Stone China for 85 cts, worth $1 00 we make arrangements for them. . Stone China Vegetable Dishes Two-hors.. Farm Wagon, spring seat and brake. One several shapes pieces, antique oak, very handsome'." worth 15 20 30 40 One Suit of Furniture, three '' will sell for 12 15 20 j 30 ' v' One Gold Watch for either lady or gentleman. Glass Lamps complete for 20, 25, . One Sewing Machine complete, with all the attachments. 30, 3? cents. 1 Set Glass Tumblers for "i1 f. cts. One Hundred Fruit Trees. 15 Gold band Cream Pitchers only One Suit Clothes. 20 cents. One hundred Horse Books. Plain Stone China Cream Pitchers 12 cts, Toilet Soap. Fifty cakes super Large size Stone China Pitcher One Lady's Saddle. 39 cts. wortli 50 cts. Two-quagold band pitchers One Man's Saddle, only 45 cents. . One Plow. Glass Fruit Saucers : for 18 cents. Unabridged Dictionary, latest edition. One Webster's Glass Pickle Dishcs 5 cents. . One Ilandsomc.Stccl Engraving. Glass Molasses Stands 20, 30 anp Business College. Tvo Tuition Certificates in Evansville 40 cents, very cheap. Glass Preserve Stands 15, 25 and , One Scholarship in Commercial College, Lexington, Ky. 30 cents, a bargain. , One Lovell Washing Machine. Wall Paper and Border to cover n . a mudium sized room, only $1.00. is not near completed. Many other valuable and useful arThe list Gent's Linen Collars only 10 cts, ticles will' be added from time to time as thev come in Linen Cufls per pnir 15 cts. Decorated Parlor Lamps for 2.00 The drawing will come otTsome time in December or January next ; worth $3.00. we have not settled upon the exact date. Turkish prunes only 5 cents a It will be conducted in a public hall (Fisher's) in tliis city and open pound. . to everybody to see that it is carried on fairly and impartially. Pounds dried peas for 10 cts. 3 16 Pounds New Orleans uttgar It will be one of the biggest things that ever happened in this town for $1.00, Try our hams, the finest in the The people of Breckqnridgc and Meade counties will all be interested and we expect a thousand or more of them to be here upon that occamarket. A splendid mixed tea for 50 cts. sion. If they arc not intprcsted now, they will be before the lime comes. ' a pound, Wp want 3,000 subscribers before the year is out, and must have them. The Bheckknhidor News, N.ow. is your t,ime to subscribe. Only $1.00 a year, and a ticket in our Weekly Courier-Journand a ticket in our Grand Gift Distribu- Gnrnd Gift Distribution. Parties living at u distance should enclose a tion,, for $2.00. for return of ticket. Try our blended tea. Only 50c, ttH. 1,J. per pound. D. BABBAGE. Glass Tumblers only 15 cts. per EDITOR and PUBLISHER. set. 5 LIST OF PRIZES ., e 1" I I I I J I triple-scente- d rt Half-doze- n . rV. - " .'.',' .'.',. , " al V JOHN.