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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890040901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Z1C v sJmita&tm,uAMaiii (tftHlfittWttifilii'iiftinmilA Kh&tiiitftrrtt, ft" THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPOET, Tliomas Tyler's Tombstone. By MABY & WALKER. VOL. XIV. K KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APEIL Upon this ho found his tongue. "What do you mean, woman?" ho cried, angrily. "You nro no wifo of mine. It's a trick, good people a rascally trick. She's somo crazy wretch escaped from tho asylum. I tell you sho's stark mad. Susie, you aro not going to believe her? Assuro as I am n living man, I never set eyes on tho woman beforo today." "Swear stronger, Tom Tyler," baid a mocking voice, "for wo'vo got your tombstone and your widow to prove you Btono des-i.- " 9, 1890. NO. 37. What is if ANTEE9 -C- HICKEN "Not dangerous, sir?" "Well, yes; I called him dangerous tho first time I set eyes on him." "I want to know! Tho joor dear! And yet ho worked all summer, you say? I s'poso he kind o' pined away gradual. It was an inward disease, wasn't it?" "Clear into tho heart, marm, and worked outward." "Lord a massy! Did ho havo heart disease? Jerushy Ann Btllin's, that was Aunt Martha's second cousin's child, sho had it awful. They said sho used to havo tremblin's and fluttorln's and a clay cold, corp3ey feeling tho heft of tho tlmo. And sho grew weaker and weaker, and her heart kind o' melted away inside of her. Did my poor man havo any of these symptoms?" "Well, no, it worked just tho other way with him. As near as I could judgo from appearances, marm, tho heart inside of your husband got to be ns hard as a nether millstone." "Poor man! How it must have hurt! Couldn't the doctors do nothing to help him?" "Mrs. Tyler," said Samuel Dale, solemnly, "I'vo heard tell it was easier for a black man to chango his Bkln, and a wildcat her spots, than for n fellow to get cured of that disease. And your man had it hard. If a way could have been found to take tho old heart out of him, and put n new one in, it might have done tho business; hut tho doctors in these parts ain't up to such tricks." "Did ho dio easy?" she asked in a trembling voice. "There, don't you ask any more ques tions, Mrs. 'lyler, and keep cool now. You'll need all tho pluck you'vo got, shortly. Do you sec that squaro house, with tall chimneys, at tho top of thohill? That's Peter Barclay's. Tney aro looking for me, but not you." IIo drew a hugo silver watch from his pocket. "It is tlmo wo wero there," he said; and to his companion's great discomfort, and the imminent peril of tho precious freight they carried, ho urged tho old whito horso to a gallop. Up tho hill they went nt a furious pace. The rapid motion was a relief to Samuel Dalo in his excited state of mind. Perhaps ho had restrained himself to the utmost limit, for after a glanco at the box containing Mrs. Nuncy Tyler's testimony to departed worth, and at that estimablo woman in her widow's weeds at his side, ho no longer refrained from giving outward expression to his satisfaction. Ho shouted to his horso and plied tho whip without mercy. IIo whistled and sang, and brought his broad hand down, first upon one knee, and then tho other, with a resounding blow. A neighbor called to him halfway up tho hill. "I can't stop," said Samuel Dale. "I'm going to a funeral, and there'll bo no fun till I get there." Then ho laughed long and loudly at his unseemly jest. A small boy cleared tho road to let him pass, and ran in to his mother. "Sam Da! has been gittin' awful drunk down to tho Corners, mother," ho reported. "Ho's laughin' and sing-In- ', and drivin old Whito like mad. Ua'a got a woman with him, nnd her bonnet's most off, and her hair fly in', and 6lio liolGin' on to the coat with both Imnd3." Snt'illnh Olirl.tflim CiMloiin. TKKUUirrEtjrffJUtfBUXMJUUUMXlMULgXtXWrnWlZZMMMA I Cholera Cure! , Thousands of dollars worth ot chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy that positively dirts it has been made, and to be con vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. 50-cen- ts two-thirds For salo by G. W. Short. Cloverport. Ky. stop xooit cough viTn HHI re-lio- ro I Cores Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, mid Trill cura-nbl- tvxssvit4t4e, SOLD BY consumptive pnflcnts in stages ; will euro when and relieve in II10 worst cases. o Soo that C. C. C. is Mown in every and tal; 0 no other. 25c. J. O. MENDENHALL & CO., sole proprietors, e. not-tl- Price j DttUaaiSTS GENERALLY. Rcmovo Corns, Warts & Itaiilons with ixmaiva. CERTAIN CORN CURE. SOLD AND WARRANTED I1Y Ills (sympathizing tono rendered lior couuuuiitcatlvc. "Yes, sir; ho died out here in a strango country, nwajr from nil his folks, and when I got word of it, it went nigh to ureal: my heart to think thcro wasn't bo much ns n board to mark the spot where ho way lying." Sho stopped to wljxi away a few tears. "Oh come, now," said tho young man, "don't you feel bad about it. Thero's mighty kind hearted folks in these parts, 'specially 'mong tho women kind. I'll warrant your man had good caro and didn't want for nothing." ''But you see, sir, ho died of a lingering disease, tho letter said, and tho nursing and the mediciuo and the doctors' bills took all bin earnings, and the town had to bury him. And I sold 'most everything I had, ami Simshury folks they helped me, and at last I got money enough together to buy him a tombstone, and I liavo fetched it myself. Tlioro was nothing to hinder, for I put my last littlo boy in tho ground there's three of 'em, sir, lying sido by side in Simshury grave yard two weeks before I got tho letter. It's been a dreadful hard journey, sir, and I never was six miles from homo in my life before; but if I enn hear about my poor man's last sickness, and tho messages ho left for me, and bco that Btono put up over his gravo decent like, I'll go homo contented." "Well, so you shall," said kind heartea Samuel Dale. "If you belong in theso paits, sir, perhaps you know 5Ir. Barclay Mr. Peter Barclay'"' "Is it there you want to go?"' "Why, yes, sir; 'twas ho wrote mo tho letter. Jly poor man died at his house. You didn't happen to hear about it, sir'" "I reckon you'vo mado a mistake in tho name," said Samuel Dale. With trembling, eager hasto sho drew a letter from her pocket. It was soiled and worn at tho edges by many readings. Samuel Dale stopped his horso in tho middle of the road, and his eyes dilated with astonishment as ho opened tho letter and recognized Farmer Barclay's handwriting. It read as follows: "Bahclay Farm, August 12. "To Mns. Nancy Tylkr: "IlEsrECTED Madam This is to inform you that your lato latsband, Mr. Thomas Tyler, departed this life at my houso tho ninth day of tho present month, of a lingering disease. Ho boro Ills sufferings with Christian meekness, and died at peaco with all mankind. When near his last hour he desired mo to writo you this letter. "Your obedient servant, tCO.VTIJTOEn. THE GENTLER SEX. Mrs. Kendal is tho only aolress that has over been received socially in Now York. Tho letters which site brought over from England insured her this dis- tinction. Tho Duchess of Albany, widow of Princo Leopold, recently received her diploma as a hospital nurse, after taking tho regular courso and standing the usual examination. One of the most beautiful women iu Paris, tho Marquiso do OallifTet, isfiuirer-infrom a peculiar form of insanity. Sho goes into convulsions whenever she sees her face in a mirror. Mrs. Oscar Wilde, Mrs. Alma Tudeinn nnd several other ladies iu London have organized nu association whoso business it is to supply tasteful and well made outfits for children nnd young girls. Jean Ingclow is nearly CO years of age. Sho has written very littlo of lato years, and what sho has has not been published. Her theory is that "a poet never writes any immortal verso after he is past 20." Tho lato Miss Constauco Hadcn, of England, was tho first woman who received the honor of being made nn associate of tho Mason Scienco collego iu Birmingham, whero sho won the Ileclop gold medal. Tho lato Mine. Olympo Audouaid was a famous French champion of woman'e rights. Sho was GO years old, and hnd been married early in lifo to a Marseilles notary from whom sho separated after a few months, and spent somo time in traveling about Europe. Mine. Lo Roy, mother of the Due d'Abrnntcs, of France, is ono of tho most intrepid explorers of tho day. Sho has been several months in the cast and suffered much privation while visiting Babylon nnd Nineveh and crossing the Persian deserts on her way to India. Susan B. Anthony, Clara Barton and other moro or less prominent women have organized tho Lucy Webb Hayes Temple association. Their aim is to erect in Washington a monument to tho late Mrs. Hayes. They want 5,000 charter members at 5 a member. Several hundred members have already been obtained. Miss Florence Firmstone, daughter of a Winchester, England, clergyman, has cleared her father's church of a debt of 000 by soliciting shilling subscriptions from people In all parts of tho country by mail. Sho wroto personal letters in all cases, and tho mngnitudo of tho task will bo appreciated when it is remembered 18,000 successful letters had to bo The Cliristmas treo is a city custom. I do not give it credit for any antiquity. It is probably not moro than a hundred years old or so, unless iu tho Hurtz mountains, whonco it comes, I think. The noithern peasants have, though, the custom of placing on n pole or stake on the roofs of their granaries at ChriHtimiH time a shock of grain, usually harlcj . llns is left for the sparrows till the weather and the birds have destroyed it entirely. They alio leave portions of porridge around the houso for the mice. The mice, you know, was the household fairy of olden time. As to the special I know of none among Christinas the Swedes besides curious boar shaped cakes, excepting that they always eat rice boiled in milk and drink mjod, a liquid made from honey, which 1 certainly wouldn't care to drink at any other time. The eating of rice must bo comparatively modern, of course, but it is a custom now. Now York letter. ili-li- Castorla in Dr. Saml PHclior'g old, liarmloai nnd qnick enro for Infants.' nnd Children's Complaints. Superior to Castor Oil", Fnrogorlo or Nitrootlo Syrups. Children cry for Castorln. MU-Hof Mothers bless Cnstorln.. on Castorla cures Colic, Con ntl ration : Hour Stomach, Dlarrhcrn, Knictatlon ; (lives healthy nleep ; ulno aids digestion Without narcotic stuofactlou. "I recommend Cnstorla for children' complaints, as superior tonny prescrlpUon J I. A. Aiiciieh, M. D., Lnuwu to me." Ill ho. Oxford St., Urooklyn, N.Y. Tiik CitNTAtn Compajtt, 77 Murray St., New York. ; LYYY5MVfcra.VA HiiiU'h MIiiMit to WimliliiKt Minister Valente, in personal appearance, is a little below tho medium height in stature, is of dark complexion nnd a gentleman of very ngieeable manners and conversational powers. He is, ns might be expected, an accomplished linguist, speaking Spanish, I'oituguese, Gorman, Fiench and English fluently. Since his advent to Washington oflicial and bociety circles Senor Valento has created a ery fa arable impression as Brazil's llr.t minister to the United States from the new icpublic of Brazil. He is a bachelor, which will make him in demand in high society circles at the national capital. Washington Letter. A 0UERBACKER, GILM0BE & CO.. Wholesale Grocers 319 3c 321 TT- - nxEain. St., LOUISVILLE. KY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS. In the Italian military boot factories a recently invented leather boot, named tho Antosaudalo, is being made nt present in considerable quantities with n view to its being thoroughly tested in tho army. The heels and soles of this new boot nro not stitched on, but liveted to the uppers iu such a way that, if tho heels aro worn down on one side, they can bo easily taken oil, turned round, nnd secured ngain in thuir new position. Worn soles can bo removed iu the same manner and now ones quickly fixed on. Tho inventor claims that this boot will savo every jcar at least 50 per cent, in repairs. Rome Letter. lU'innly for lllccouli. A physician repoits, in TlioAlIgemcino Wiener McdiziiNcho.Zcituiig, the case of a man, aged 51, who suffered for five days and nights from hiccoughs. After trying all tho ordinary measures w ithout avail, the writer fell back upon a household remedy as n last resort, and ordered a teaspoonful of pulverized sugar wet with an equal volume of wine vinegar, to bo taken at ono dose. Tho hiccoughs stopped immediately ami did not return for six hours, and then ceased again upon a second do-i- of the remedy. A Slmiilo N.i Military Hoot. PARRY IMFO. INDIANAPOLIS, Price, $18 00 at Factory, Cash with Order. IND. CO., . &. - No. lh 5T If Btrictly First Class. W nrratited 11IUU1M jiiekury. All Hteol low lloiit Iititf. I'erh ctly Iialiuiccl Heat Arms liinj- - ltlillwj Oil Tempered Spring. l'.est lurU nud Host All Ovir. IF YOU CAN'T riND THEM FOB SALE BY YOUIt MERCHANTS, .UhMiuidTlnw. Vfl i iSm Jvk V K 1 V WRITE UB. 7 PIPES & DeHAVEI, General Commission Merchants 323 Second St., Louisville, Ky. Solicit ClllsiiriHlK'lll, cli. nits and jfXSF-Daily "Petek Barclay. sravauiafl wirx&mnKZ&Mmmmmmm IK Jnltl k r ' I h -- c jumevj Uonh wairb In Hit world. Pert! Warranted heavy, MJUP hold liunitnr cawa tloth ladi' and rent a ilzt a, of with worki and UVE .'KKkONln null valu irh localltr can arcur oat rotrtllifr with our lir llneof Jlotiaehvltt nififiT?SiC3i(Hii Tnd valuableihm aampiea, at win nniitlr. ftVeo. All tb work VOfc IUU "rWIMlIt iK .BivV ara of .l do U o ahow what w tend you to thoaa who tall-y- out frlenda and n Ifhbora and thou about you that alwaya rtiulta onct atari ad, U valoabla trade f 111, whlth bolda foryrara whn hi, ate. Afiar and thua wa ara repaki Wa pay all tipmi, fVrlf you know all. If you would Ilka to r to woik for ui. Toucan Jam from 8ttO to IMIO p wnk end upward. Addraaa, SFREE. isioo.oo. mmmm wKiwtwjKsrjz tc Co., ISox '. Mtluaun tfltt. 1'ortluml, Maine. r ,. rr Packet Line. m and Passenger, Mi Express Seals For all way lauJInga, between Louisville and Uamlerton, the elegant and fleot ttoauisra JAMES QUTIIUIK. TUL1. OtTY, OITY ok OWti.N'SUOKO. Oneof thoabnvo fine ildonheel steamer naai up and Jaffa dally. Splendid accommodation fir itook. and 178 Fourth street, Ueneral office Liulivlllo, Ky. W. V. UITE, Preat. D. L. 1'knnv, Supt. HUGHES' SURE CURE FOR "N. B. Tho expenses of his sickness having used all his earnings, ho was buried from my house at tho expenso of the town." Tho young man read this document with n puzzled face. Ho examined tho postmark and tho signature. Then, as ho perused it a second time, tho paper Bhook in his hand. Tho woman's nnxiou3 eyes nover left liis face. "I hopo it's all right, sir. I haven't made any mistake, havo I?" IIo turned to her in n strango, excited way. I'ou are Mrs. Thomas Tyler?" lie said. "Yes, sir, I was a Billings when I was 5Iy mother girl Nancy Billings. was" "Can you prove it?" ho Interrupted. "Woman, wero you certainly married to that man? "Oil, my good gracious!" sho said, "what does ho mean? I am a poor lono woman, sir. If my husband was alive, you wouldn't daro to insult mo so. Married, indeed! You ask Simshury folks, where I'vo lived all my life, and where my threo children was born and lie burled, sir, and whero I kept my Thomas liko a gentleman till tho mouoy I earned In tho paper mill was used up. You ask Elder Bird; ho married us six years ago thin coming month. And I'm a lono widow, sir, that's como to pay my last respects to my poor man's memory; and now you want to mako out I'm not his honest wife, and so keep me from putting n stono over his poor grave." "Bo quiet, woman. There! stop your whining. Nobody wants to hinder you, and if it's a truo story you'vo told, hero's a man will help you plant that stono with a good will. Now don't get excited again, but givo mo n straightforward answer to my question. There's moro depends on it than your think. I ask you if you can prove by other means than your own word that you aro Thomas Tyler's lawful wife?" "Why, thero's tho certificate, sir, that Elder Bird gave me, and I had it put in a gilt frame, and hung it up in the keeping room till wo hroko up, and riiotnas came. Wc3t to get work, and was going to send for mo and tho child, only ho took sick and died, and" "Whero Is that certificate, Mrs. Tv-lcr- ?" til" .ill killlls (if C'lMllltlX I'liillllCt fmm I11C1 f.unu'is. market iiiot;ilon ftnnKlii'il mi application. Coirespon lIl'IKC Milil'itlMl. written. AN HOUR OF HORROR. 3 A fef. For 30 Years a Success. IComl I'rojtrlttori have tunny Ulltri Me thru; BETTER THAN QUININE. Doreoy Co,, Mr. M. M. Keitet-ionArk,.ayi; "lean certify to the fact Hughes' Tenia ii the beat olilll that tnnlj I ever tried. I consider it hotter than ijululno," CURES CHRONIC CASES. Mr. II. W. MoDonnld, Laurel Kill' Jllss., writes "Your Hughea' Tenia for chilU and fever hai never failed yet, and I hivo told It to a number of clirn-uloaaea. It ourei them every tlue " . o TIIV IT fur Viiurnoir. UiIn '1'OKlliiiouy lliuii "Why, law, sir! how you do fluster a Wa in tho body with your questions! trunk light at your feot. I fetched it along, 'cnuso I like to look at it, and it makes mo think of tho day I was married to my Thomas." "Then wo nro all right. You did a good thing, inarm, when you brought that document," said Samuel Dale. "Now, Mrs. Tyler, I am going to holp you through with this matter. All you'vo got to do U to mind orders. I feel a deep Interest, iu jt, for I worked alongstdo of your man last summer, mid I'm bound to soo that ho ha3 justicodoua hlra." "I want to know! Dearl dear! Why didn't you eay so before, air? And I misdoubting you all tho while! I humbly nsk your pardon, air. And 60 you'vo known him all along? Only to think of Jt! Then inaybo you can tell mo what carried him off. Youueo tho letter don't k'yo ny particulars. How did the MeQ tako him, sir?" curious expression upon t4j yowag man' foe, but he answered ' W PRICE. $1.00 PER BOTTLE. J ' Small Size, 50 Cents. ROIINSON - PETTET I'jtKPABtD BT in XjOHtavllIc, ICy. ForSsfc by Brnb!, CO., ., kWavelyt "He wu hard tek with it, marm, when I first kiww hint." is that that is borno on tho brcezo of tho summer night? A long, low wall, liko tho cry of a woman in mortal anguish. Tho man starts liko a guilty soul, dashes tho dows of perspiration from his clammy brow, and utters an incoherent exclamation. Again again, that moaning, uncanny cry. V. Tho man hears it and groans aloud. Nancy Tyler, following her conductor's directions, opened tho door softly, and IIo dashes aside the last pago of his man seated herself unobserved in tho farthest uscript and glances again at tho clock. corner of the dark hall. From tho open Tho hands mark tho hour of midnight. door of tho parlor emtio a confused sound IIo grasps tho revolver, and with a rcso-lutair ho exclaims: "It must bo dono." of voices, and sho heard tho patter of Going to tho window he fires twice. footstep? overhead, Thcro was a scampering sound iu tho "Dear! dear! I havo como at a wrong time," sho thought, "for thoy havo a yard beneath, and next morning a gray cat was found dead closo to tho woodhouso full of company." Tiicn there was a rustle of silk, and a shed. Tho night pollco reporter had pretty girl, with a wreath of whito flow- fulfilled his mission. Chicago America. ers on her head, camo tripping down Mirer Fox Shooting. stairs. Sho paused at tho foot a door Silver gray foxes have become renuirk-ablopened, and a smartly dressed man, with Half a plentiful in Connecticut. black eyes and crisp, curly hair, camo havo been shot during tho forward, und Kvh her his arm tho two dozen of them winter. It is worth a man's while to get entered tho parlor. tho hide of one, for it is worth from $15 A scream Bhrill and piercing resounded through tho houso, nnd Nancy Tyler, to $30. William Parker, of Forrestvlllo, and in a peculiar In her bluck garments, her widow's veil got ono tho other day, way. He was out hunting near the streaming behind her as sho ran, rushed not burner after them und throw herself into tho his fox shop and it wns trail, long beforo following it hound took a man's arms. with unusuul animation. Soon tho dog "Oh, Thomas! Oh, my dear, dearlius. camo to a halt in a deep wood and at the band! thoy told mo you was dead!" Tho chango iu hid face from smiling foot of a thick black pine, whoso pendent self complacency to astonidhmont and liranches almost swept tho ground. deuthly pallor was a tight to behold. IIo Round about tho treo went Parker sevstruggled to rcleasq himself, and pushed eral times, for the tracks stopped at tho tier rudely from him, butRcemcd for a trunk, and ho wns puzzled until ho peered moment to havo lost the power of speech. up into tho old pine. Then thcro was a "Tliumus! Thomas! don't you know flash of silver gray in a thicket of everwe?" ho cried In pitiful tones. "Ifa green needles not less than u dozen feet from the ground. Parker hhiwd away yoar own Nancy your loving wife como all tlw way from Sitnbury to find Into tho streak of gray und down tumbled York Sun. a fox.r-N- ew TOtt." o y -- IIo drew rein at Farmer Barclay's front gato with a suddenness that nearly pitched Mrs. Tyler out of tho wagon. "Go into tho houso without knocking," ho said, "and wait in tho entry till I call you. It won't bo long." He drovo his horso into tho yard as one of tho wedding guests came from tho etablo. "Take hold hero, Seth Wilson," ho cried. "There's a piecious bit of stono work in that lox that wants to bo handled careful. It's going to boo daylight, too, in just half a minute." Ho was running for a scrow driver and a hummer when Susio Barclay, in her wedding dress, with whito flowers in her hair, eanio to meet him. "Oil, Samuel, has it come? Havo you brought tho wedding loaf?" "I have brought it," ho said, "but, Suslo Barclay, your cake is dough." Ho could not wait to open the box in a regular way, but when a fow screws wero loosened by the strength of his good right arm ho burst tho cover, und with a great uoiso of splitting wood tho slab of whito marblo was brought to view. At tho sight Samuel D lie's excitement reached iU height. Brandishing a picco of tho cover over his head ho danced around tho open box, and to his companion's amazement and horror cut a pigeon wing over the sacred relio it contained, "Hero's a sight for a man on his wedding day!" ho cried. "Oh, glory, hallelujah! come, up with it! Don't stand there, Seth Wilson, liko a stuck pig. Now, then, movo on. Forward, march! to tho tune, 'Come, hasto to tho wedding. " Or tho Wny In Which the: Nllit I'lillce llcportcr Did III Duty. It was closo upon tho hour of mid- night. A man sat alone iu nn upper chamber of a tumhlo down tenement; a man whose face showed by its furrowed brow, glaring eyes nnd pallid lips the effects of a terrible mental struggle going on w ith-i' him. Beforo him wero be vera 1 pages of manuscript, nnd his nervous hand, convulsively clutching a pen, was rapidly adding to them. Close to his right hand, and frequently touched by it as ho piled his pen, was a gleaming, glittering object of ivory, illvcr and steel a loaded rovolver. Tho window beside him was open, and through it tho night brcezo entered nnd fanned ' his hot brow. Tho night without wns calm and placid. Naturo was lovely, bathed in tho light of a summer moon; but tho man was oblivious to tho beauties of tho night. IIo glanced at tho clock now and then, and observing tho long hand climbing up the incline knvard tho llguro IS, ho redoubled his nbor at tho manuscript. Anon he glances at tho rovolver on tho icsk besido him. IIo touches its ivory handle, ns If faltering iu his resolution, und then ho continues his writing. V! n .re rj X jm$!kM A k y. fc " Hi a i-- l v ft if! ,,Z& JLJyavf ns;.n - ' S- - l I B l'iTliffi?--iM- i lif rfaBB iilllESEfe mu. yvttrauiiiLiL, Kin me$ at W V S'ttf 1jtM I J. j)iM$5ml SkV.tt'niiPiiYir. jrK H. W. HERNDON & CO., FINE SHOW GASES. JGTJrAsk '' i mr 'S 5.V !S I Hark! What sound fur cntnlnmif. TERRY M'F'G CO., Nashville, Tenn. Produce & General ConiniWu No. 144 Third St., CAUTION UOUOIll. J I 111" T5. AGENTS WANTcEr?E?R THE WAR BTOBY SURRY Louisville, Ky Zfluurm Eagle's T Nes Jchntslen Cooke. Thli thrilling hl.toric tory, wliicli liu Utn cut ef print, and for vulch there hia Vtco am h a BOWiMtied J"l soml direct to factory, cncloslue mUurtlscu yrico jCTi.ff'r'.t IV, I. Doiielns' iinniu and wi nro blitiiiiietl on the UCIMIT Clllllllll puiiuiy TnVo no alines unless ILTZETW WBcP. r ercitdemiudU BOOK, m S?sH CasLJ ti a BDliSCItUTION with A BUM 1 2JI l'juosor book I hronchnut tho B mthcrn Statce than 'drEr have pined alnce orJUoui'HjJKiiT." iaiiy Hie Uiiilllng scenes ncirin recouoien oi me vai T of tho Conn derate Soldier. Jt deed of tho Intrrcat, ij thoeo ho fought ultti AOiby, Bturt, John ton, Ilejuregard. Jackaon and Lee. In tUocnnae f .r wh ch thiy ao detperatelj and bravoly bat t I'd. Mill never (trow lees. Thle thrilling atory jlcliircH imlaloimjovandaorrow, and a loro sweetly toId.tmtlanUrdwithhlilorlo Incidents of the prett c nlert between the Smith and the North. Hn-- o is a bonk for the old Ex. Confednrata. to r rail to him tho vlrld acenea of t he Bretat Civil War evnr Inown. lo call back Afr own campaigns, and tell him of the iniKhty ChtefiahiR. dear tot. ouun.fr. otivciytue who wore tho Orar. "Barry of Eaglo's Nea " w 11 And a wclcniro In er ry B xithrra home. Tlu' It may be wlihln thoroio') of I'Very oue, 1' 1h imblli'uolauliriow many tnignlfi. cent llluitra. tloni There lui caver been a more nonular (IJswPsBF W. L. DOUGLAS GENTLEMEN. Flno Calf, Ilonvjr I.nccil drain nnd Creed, moor AVnteriiroof. Host In tho world. Kxnnilnp Ills sn.oo iiKNtiiNi; iiani-m:wihiiob. 84.00 iiand-sl:vi:i- ) whi.t sunic. M3.fW ror.ici! ANU lVUtMlUtH'jmOIS. HiS.flll KXTKA VU.lli: CAM' hllOK. to :i L 0 PO CUftC DrlvE MS for PAPERS FOR THE JUST RECEIVED AT I i though a hamxouk vulvux, SLUMCTLYIIOUKD. AMD - H2.KK JSI.OU SOLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION. As the d- mend for thli olu favorite book vtek hut brt out o print to Umt, will b large, and apptica Ions fur a mi v. rr tiuiuen u, all wbdeilrA t.) act as Aiteuts kbonld wrlln fur terms and tiutokly secure ohlcoof lorrlioiy. $2 SHOES $3 &81.73 HIIOC IOU V. nnd Ml. 7(5 1IOVK' tiCIIOOI, 8I1UU8. All naua in congrc.i, imuon ana Jice. V'OlllUNO.'Mr.N'H SHOTS. SPRING TRADEJ lafdiI!8. Heat Mntitrlnl, Heat Style. Heat rittlnflr. I.. Vuuulus, IlrocUtou, Mass. Said ij MISRHH. BABBAGE OLOVERPOUTvKar; It G. "W. DUiLINGn&Iir, 33 Wont S3U Publisher, St., Now York Bowmer & Hambleton. e - .mmimiifrmaimmmm4tHk Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY. A PHIL 9. 1800 JNO. D.DABBAGE I,., St. Ij.ArT. Local Time Clint. iMall and Express going Knit " " " West Express Kait ' (Mixed " v " " East Wwt V.t 9.54 11.38 . 5.41 D.ifl 11.28 V.V a.m. a.m. p.in. ii.rn. n.ro. n.tn. jro unit uicui:sruMii:NXi. and get all the ncv and Get the news From Dana's nothing but the news Celebrated Maxims in Journalism, ' j DEMOCRATIC TICKET. , For County Judge, Thoa. Atfkluon. For Count; Attorney, Jndgit Hilton Hoard. For County Clerk, J. K. Monarch. For Sheriff, J. S. DcJornette. For County Sup't of Schools, J.i. W. Miller. For JUIer, John Slixton. For County Assessor, hen Casbtnan. For County Surveyor, F. M. C. Jolly. For Coroner, V. H. l'cndleton. Ik his correspondence with Mr. John ltoberU, which has been given to the public through the newspapers, dudge Simrnll exhibited thn intensest desire to have n Judge nf the Court of Appeals elected from Louisville, and proposed an arbitration with the view jf having a single candidate from Louisville. It will bo remembered that Mr. Robertson declined the proprosed arbitration on the eminontly proper ground that he wits n candidate subject only to the decision of tbo Democracy of the entire district, and that ho wai not and would not become the caididute of any section of the district, and thut he would not countcnanco nny j iggling scheme to deprive nay part of the district of its right to partake in the selection Wc notico that the Nelson County Record says, it is reported that Judge Sunrall, in a public speech made nt Springfiild, advised the people that if they concluded to have an old man that they had better take Judge Lewis, as he bad been tried and Mr Whit has wrought Roberts had not been this gt eat change in Judge Simrali's desire fur Louisville candula'e ? Hon--. COIVSE AND NEW GOODS, PRETTY COLORS, CHOICE STYLES. SEE OUR NEW GOODS! Press fioopsi CHALLIES, neat, cheap. UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I DISTRIBUTED LATEST NOVELTIES BEST QUALITIES, LOWEST PRICES. Plaid, LoiiiHitnm State Lottery Company. r. ttf GINGHAMS. ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS Black ami Fancy Colors. in Wc have the newWHITE GOODS, Plain, est, prettiest and latust patterns Checked and Striped. in pretty HENRIETTA CLOTH in Black ZEPHYR Ginghams. SACCARAPPA Ginghams, and New Shades. KENWOOD Ginghams, DRESS GOODS in Plain Fancy NOVELTY Ginghams, Stripes. Striped, Figured. Ribbod BEADED WRAPS. JLORRA1NE KID GLOVES four Button. Warranted. and DRESS BUTTONS. Incorporated by tho Legislature In lfcOS, ful Educational and Clinritablo purpuaon and Its franchise was innde n part of the present State- Constitution In 1879,by an overwhelming popular voto. ITS ill AHI MOT II - IlltAWJAUft ptuco .Sum I Aiiii'iiuI))', tulio June mill Duucmbnr, lilt mill Jim UHANUMISdti; M)H1 It JtllAi - DRESS TRIMMINGS. VELVET. take placo on cucli of llio ollir.r ton moiitliN In lite i ear, untl nru nil public, ut drawn InNew Orlcaim,the Acailouiy of IHiikIc, J.u. FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS For Integrity of its Drawings, and Prompt payment or Its prizes, Attested as follows : ir;s SATINES, French, English nnd and EDGINGS Plaid. Checked American makes in black nnd LACES. EiMBROIDRIES. white nnd colors. IMMENSE ASSORTMENT. jfrCladiBs' Jorsoy j&VLargost and choapest stock Vests in Cream and Colors, all sizes. of Laco Curtains in the City. Picot Edge Baby Ribbon all Shades, Hew Ribbons! u i J. J. Ingalls, the man who can sny so many bitter things ngainst the South, Got. lh kNKit hns ileeiiintul Siitimluy, was ery effectually sat down upon by the furmers of his own Slate last wepk The April 12th as arbor day. eighth resolution adopted by the Kansas ( Tin: bill allowing Commonwealth's' At- State Conference f the Funnels' All wae is as follows ' "Notwithstanding the fact passed the Senate. torneys ?2,0(J(I has that John J. Ingalls has represented Khii-sfor eighteen years in the L'cited Stutes Tin: Legislature voted f :I0 000 to nid Senate, it is a diflicult matter for his conthe storm sufferers throughout ilie Stute stituents to point to a single measure he ever championed in ihe interest of the Tiik loss of property by the tornado in has great agricultural nnd laboring element of Ohio county has been put down at SJ'.'.UOO, Kansas, and we will uut support, by our und in Muhlenberg as much as 40,0 JO votes or influence, uny candidate for the to Legislature who favors hts A nisi'ATt'ii from New Orleans to the It is now iu the Tutted Stales Senate." New York World rays tbnt the Hoods in to bestow upou his the South are not fco b.id as they have order for the Senator own Slate some ol the intention he has been reported been giving the Race Problem in the as VEST'S CASH STORE GLOYRRPORT, KY. run-nwn- " We do hereby certify that we supervise the arrangements for all the Momlnly and Quarterly Drawings of. The Louisiana Stale Lottery Company, and in person manage and control the Drawings themselves, and that the same are conducted with honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties, and we authorize the Company to use this certificate, with fac' similes of our signatures attached, in its advertisrmenls." - l,ift. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, v. ;. ltMiiiYci: TIME TABLE No. I. lUtltor ,ut Humid Hf U.3S 12.40 1.05 Hound DAILY KjrH'T Hl'MIAV. , 11.31) a.u.I.v r.ji STATIONS. Irvington IrvinKtun Junction UurGold Hiirnod DAILY ECKI'T BUMIAY. l.ao r.u.Ar .1. A. llardirmuurg Ar. U.00 a.h 8.55 " 8.00 7.30 " 7.09 a.m I.v. Tin: commissioners, who have been revising the accounts of Dick Ta'.e, have completed their services and sny thut has been collected ou Title's due hills mid puid into the Treasury. South. have to sny to the editor of the "Nel on Record'' in the language of the If poet thut, "alls well that ends well." we hnve mistaken his position in the controversy, we hasten to get right. All that we ever claimed lor Montgomery in regard to that promise, was that he should be given an opportunity to Howbe bcurd publicly in his district. ever there is but little in it for controversy any way. Wi. ill Murray is in the citr. Mon- $22,-271.8- 1 Col Allen went to Kusselville Itut day. Mr. ! P Hnjiiood, Irvington, was Monday. Mr. Lev lit! re f.iipuiit's prospects brighten as the buds and the birds denote the coming of spring The hum of machinery and the music of the hammer are heard ou every hand. Let us wake up to the importance of our own natural advantages, turn on the gas and move ou. L & T has been placing in bud luck for several weeks by reason of laud slides and high water. Hut with all Cit liipliop Iib returned from Louisville G W Heard and ville Monday. wife wt.nt to Louis- When you come to liardiusburtr, Atop .it Tin. I. , St. IiiiivvioN is to be congratulated upon ber preseut prosperous outlook ol these diflicultiep, not a pitHenger has 'iiiD injured. The rood is under the conmanagers. trol ol 1 lie State Convention which is to nominate a candidate fur Clerk of the Kentucky Court of Appeals, is ciining ou in DenliK'oi l.'ini'l by locnl lie 1'iiri.l applications, as trie) cannot reach 'I here is the diseased p jrtion of the eur only one way to cure Deufne-s- , and that is Deii'mss is by constitutional remedies. caused b) an n,lltmd condition ol the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inllumcd you hnve a Muy. The candidates are bustling about and working up an interest whit1! will bring out a lurge crowd, and u big lime fur u day or two 1 bus been said of V IV Dudley, iu his n oc-c- ricenl trial, thut he is the bent Krpub'i-taorgan'er in Indiana Has it eter ii red to the Republican purty of thut he might come over und help them gather up the fragments of their little party so nitilensly muttered htt summer? lirtck-enridge rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, nnd when it is entirely closed Deafness i the result, and unlets the ii.tl unination can be taken out und this tube restored tu its normal condition, hearing Mill be destroyed foreier, nine eses out of ten are cauted by catarrh, which is nothing but an iu-- ll amed condition of ibe mucouii surfaces. e will tlive Oiie Hundred Dollurs for un cuseol Deufuees (caused by Catarrh; ibat we cun not cure by taking Hull's Cuturib Cure Send for Circulars, free. ! J CHUNKY A CO .Toledo, O KfciV the Uuckehy Home. Mist Lutitiu Hull, of Cloverport, is visiting M 69 Uuttie May. H !' Heard .V Co. put nil iron roof on their storeroure Inst weok. Mr. Charley Smith moved his family, to Cnniielton, Ind Imt week. Mrt. D S Duncan has filed a nuit in the circuit couit fir a divorce Tice .1 illy hijr lie ihinks thu Legirla-lur- e will adjourn ubom May lit Mr. Hurry Monroe has opened a bakery and confectionary on Muiu streut. 'J'lie protruded uieetini; at the M. K Church South closed Sunday uight. Mre. James Withers was in town Sunday and Monday, the guest of Mrs. J. I) . Heeler. Ollicers about the c iurt house are busy preparing for circut court. There is more business ahead thau usual Circuit Clerk Skilluiuu says there have been 112 suits filed for the circuit court. This is the lurgeat docket known in many ears Several hundred box enrs pttsucd out the road Sunday The Rev. Bright, ol Louisville, filled the Piiimiii.m Haniion sent one of his trustid i llicia's fioin Washington imo the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday. .State of Indiana to be present and luck MiH Fannie Brasbear, of Cloverport attended the conceit here Friday night. afier the township eleitions which As a matter o there last Monday Mr Jumes l'uyr,e's bouse and household I ict, llnrrieon bus in view but the one goods were severelv duinuged by the high purpose of keep t g the Kepubl cun party wuter, but the House defied bo h this he stools wind and wuve i i power, und to uccomplish to the lowest acts in miiihnie politic). It Mr Frank Adl.isson, of iJurdiusbu,'g, was one noble trail possessed and carried formerly of Chiton Mills, is traveling for u oitbyMr Cleveland during his ml in in dry goods and notion house in Louis 'ill . Htrution, thut no ulbce holder was allowed We wish biiii success to pack a convention or interfere with the Our concert came ill on Friduy night of elecpeople in uny way in running their last week and was a decided success finantion J'lie hull wus packcially und otherwise l.'.OUUUUOU. el -- I'etimuii Bill amtd the Seuute Mondaj. It wus this bill to which I levelund stuck his veto oer two yeurs ago, and which cau"ed bib dtfeutfurthe 1'retsdencj. 'J he eflect of tin bill, as stuttd b Mr. Ilawley, will be tu increusu the pension appropriations to Tin i'uuper Sold by Druggists, .'h STEPHENSPORT. The river is ugun con lined to its bed. Mr. Allen limes was in town Sunday. The third Q larterly Meeting of the M. Church South will be held at Ephesu? the third Saturday and Sunday in this month Mr John Monarch went to Frankfort lust week to assist in getting an appropriation from the legislature for the storm sufferers of Hough Creek. Fine old, pure, Nelson, Woodford and Diviess county whiskies, wines and brandies, ull p'jre and first cluss. Look for sign, T. C. Lewis' Saloon. IC. Mr. Felix Mouroo bought of Mrs. Vessels lust week twenty feet of ground on the west side of the court house square for $0G. lie has begun the erection of a stone house upon it. Judge Adkisson his issued a call for Ibe a islrates to meet hero next Monday. The object of the cull is to make an appropriation (or a bridge across Hough creek, and to put the public roads in repair in the storm stricken district. u preciative audience . Ktcb performed bis or her part well, and taken us a whole wus pronounced splendid by all there The costumes were perfectly lovely, and the gills were bewitchingly beautilul. The most attractive feature of the entertainment was the tableaux, they ware well arranged, and when the colored lightH were .Mr. thrown ou the ifl'ecl was charming. Hewitt Hawkins acted thu dude to perfection and Mr Add ISnnetl us proprietor of 'The Bummer's Hotel ' did his purl well, also us Lord and King. The proceeds will go to the church Tubleuu, The Court of Djaili, representing death seuted on his throne with his foot reeling on the dead body of it youth. U!d ugu supported by faith Temptation, a effort lo be free without an young girl ulleriug the wine cup to a youth Tiik News heartily sympathise with the Cunllsgrution spreuditig terror urouud her. neonle on Rough Creek, who were cuught Hopu looking for lie return of a loved one in the storm of 1st t week, and luid all ihey mid bidding despair lo k up, Charity re lieving the poor. Pleasure and terror were possessed, in goods, houses, barim, etc beuutilully represented swept away. Wo are personally acquaintThe Drunkard's murdetous intent uud his wifu pleading ed with many of the farmers in that locallor mercy. ity who were sufferers by the storm ComThose, in attendance at the concert from ing at this season of the tear, when ull were making arrangements to pilch a u dibtance were us follows: Mr. Cailt. Richards in und sisters, the Misses Huynes henvy crop and reap a magnificent harvest by and by, maker I lie dimmer more und others whoso names we did not learn severe in its effects and lamentable in its from Union Star, Mr Rolund and Miib True, a large amount of Nora Smiih Hardinsburg, a number from mrroundings duraoges may soon he repaired, and by Rome, I nd., and other points the the ofsistance of generous neighbors and Mrs. R A. Hrmhear ileBervcs much friends, much needed relief was brought credit and Bbould ha awarded a handsome about. But the disaster was fearfully depreseut for her untiring efforts in o d We have not space structive wherever it reachod. No one an undertaking distant from the scene can scarcely form to ci uiment on each part cepera'oly, sufonjidea of its magnitude It has been sad fice to say it wus splendid jojcnronicle it, indeed, yet nil feel that tiqlp sill cled may, by labor and a bit of ron tii n m.ooi), WcaltittU. Malaria. Iiidlirvitlon and self "sacrifice, bridge over their losses. lllllouiiifuw. tko IIHOAVN'H Cortninly it is our wiall llmt tliey way It cum (jiilcMr. IHONalolUTTKItS. by nil dealer! Iu For medicine, (let tlio kguuIiio. speedily do to, , Is the Mar.h report ol the nf Agriculture Statisticians, J It Dudge reports prevailing low prices and general discouragement of Agriculturist! throughout the world. Such a condition is not insignificant The history of the human race is oi e of ullUence on one hut.d and oppression on the other, and whenever the untntonism between labor and capital has become intolerable there has been sonic sort of a revolution to restore the equilibrium. The present organisation ol labor in our own country iodicutes a loss of confidence in the protecting power ol the government, and whether the movement ever accomplishes its aims or not, it shows that American labor is not willing to be crushed by capital and monopoly ed to its utmost cuimciiy with a highly ap- Oelze k ileston sold their lliuring mil week to Giore P Mille r, Jeff Hook UNION STAR. Will Hook and Jubul Hook for the sum of The new firm of Miller. Hook & Mr. Cunningham's school cloved last Co. will renicdul the mill out and out at once at a cost of several thousand dollars, Friday. Mr Cunningham lost a (inn cow last and aim to turn out us fine a brand of week by foundering. Hour in cun be had in the country. Mrs. John P. Hnswell has been sick for Courtlind Crosson has returned after a two week's visit to tlie cities of Louisville, several days, and New Albany. lfev. Cox, Joe Cjx. Ndwt Potrie. Amos Mr. Sylvanus Dane, a farmer of this Hoard. Godfrey Huswell, Leslie Hishop, John Miller, Morris Hjard, Vic Iljnrd and vicinity died at his home on the 2:1 i ull. Jimmie Milner has been confined to the Jones Mercer composed the party from this placo who went down lo the Forks of house for several d iys by illness, but is Hough and remained several days assistuble to be out now, ing parties in repairing their property Messrs Arthur Ilaynes and R. 0. Rich-arJsthat wus damaged by the tornado went to Louisville last week lo Hon. Ilco J illy was at homo from view tlio havoc mtde by tlio recuil storm. Frankfort Mon lay. He says a committee Mr. and Mrs McGlothlan have returned will be appointed by the Auditor ti esti They were accompanied from Mi J way mate ihu loises and the fund will bn for- by Master Claudo and Susie Dtashcar, who warded at oner Mr. Jolly hud appointed will probably nitiko their future homo here on that ciiiiunitioo Mr. J. K Monarch. Quito a parly nf young folk went to James Miller Kh HhodeB and W. T Citu-no- Stephensport Friday night to attend the The new charter for iho O.ty of concert More would hnve gotio if the Hardinsburg was introduced by him last weather and roads had been more prc- week and will be puised by tlio Legislapitiou l. ture at once. Mrs Polly Dnysinger died very suddenly The storm nf last week was the first ono on April ht, at the home ol her grand of the kind in this county since 181!). In daughter, Mrs. W. H. Pendleton, She was ill it year a tornado, similar to that o( last about DO years of age nnd an aunt of Mr, week, struck near this place, and, while it W, K Darnes, of Hurdjuiburg. wis not eo (x'ensivn, it was equally as Messrr, J, J, Seven nnd 0, S, Crosson Mr. Thomas recently destructive lo projerly. spent several days in Louisville, Scott, father of Mjor Horace Scott of Mr. Soyors wjs replenishing his stock pf this placo, and one of Major Scott's little, drutfi, and to him belongs the honor' of listen were killed The storm struck his erecting the first street lamp in Union father's Iiqupb about two miles from hero and completely demolished it, It was a frame, and a very substantial Xutmlfln JYwuiftf Many other houses, barns and biiilditiii. Andtliojii tioulil&l wttli tiurvoumicii resulting from curu iir uvcrwork will ib relieved by taklnjr it large quantity of fencing nnd timber Jtruwn'tf Iron JiltteWi oenulno wire completely blown owny. ha trudo umrk nnd cnusod l Hues ou list y bore wus a out nt the railBRANDENBURG. IRVINGMON. road depot Monday evening Ilev. J. Pike's home, attached to a bucpy, became John T. Ditto, - - - . Agent & Corresp'nt The wbent crop in" our section is not frightened and ran iff completely demolhurt.' ishing the vthicle. Father Pike Mas in There will be no preaching in town SunVery little oats sown at present on acthe vphiclo at the time and wus precipi- day. count of rains. tated to the ground, but received no seriW. H. Richardson went to Florida last Corn planting is going to be lute; very ous injuries. week. little ground broken. Miss Rena Clarkou is vipitirg relatives Misa Claudia Stith, of JJ iwleyville, is JU Excellent tiiulitick hero teaching our spring school. Commend to public approval the CaliforLots of mud on the wharf since the water McGlothlan Hro's have opened up a nia liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs It went down. furniture nnd undertakers' shop. is pleasing to the eye and to the taste, and Mr. Ferd McGehep, of Irvinglon, was in Sheriff Mug Severs was in town several by gently acting on the kidnoys, liver and town Saturday. das lait week stirring the boys up. bowels, it cleanses the system effectually Mr, Thou. U. Ditto was in Louisville a thereby promoting the health and comfort Work on the Baptist church nnd the of all who use it. fw days last week public school house will begin soon. Geo. H Frymire spent Sunday nt WebDr. Winter is progressing with his ster or rather near there. dwelling nnd will soon be able to occupy WEBSTER. The river front iuhubitauts have mostly it Ln grippe has about subsided in these moved back to their homes. ' Irvington has now under construction partn. Messrs Elvis Wimp and Tom Fmrleigb houses, which will be completed iu a Bhort Mr Jus Ljdduii made a fljing trip to were in Louisville last week. time. Cloverport ou business last week. Regret the "News" lost by the storm, If you don't want to buy n Jersey cow, V W. Williams, of Hasiu Spring was iu also other damage iu you had beet not let Bob Jolly tell you your city. town ou business one day last week. A Cyclone would I a e to get an awful about his cow. There will be preaching at the new twist on her to scoop Hrandeuburgup A large tobacco fuctory is now talked church next Sunday by the pastor, Rev. A picture boat here haB been doing a of, and il .built, will be owned and run by I'etrie. It M. Jolly. land ollioe basiuess for the last in .nth. This low n is blest with cheapest sioref, All other trains moy fail to come, but Miss Miunie Caspcrke returned home the best blacksmiths of any town iu the after several weeks visit to Louisville the Hardinsburg branch (Jerk Water) is country, try them and tee. ul vays on time. Mr. Len Cushman, County Assessor of Mi.-- K Iu Koglish will visit friends and Mr. F. P Haygood hit) his residence Hreckeuridge, was in tonn last Wednesday relatives in Tennessee this summer. about completed und will take possession Messrs R H. Hrashear nnd Frank CroJus. Lyddau lost his fine black mare one sier have Bold their drug store in Now in a short time. night last week and his father lost a horse Albany. The Messrs. Bu;d will will move their un the same night. families here as soon as their delliogs Mr Virgil Hurdio, Holt, Ky., was the can be completed. Rev. Piuer, of Louisville, will deliver a guest ol bis daughter, Mrs. M. H. Fontaine lecture for the benefit of the new church last week Mies Galloway, of Daviess coun'y, !s ut this place some time io the near future Messrs. John Cunningham and Ambus teaching a writing school at this place and the subject willbe"Gjd and Mumunu", Styles, of Vine Grove, were in town last Clint is her most faithful scholar. Further no ice will be given. As it has been some time since I conWednesday. Mr Tunis Jours vi met with a very bad tributed auy news to your paper, I will Miss May D. Pusey returned to Ijuis-vill- e accident ou the farm of Mr. Richard after a few days visit to her father take the liberty to give you a few items Bandy's while trying to climb on a heavy from Irriogton. and brother, loaded wagon, his fjol slipped and he fell Mr. Hildebrand has his house for a resMrs. Win. George returned from Arkanin Irout of the hind wheel the wheel runtaurant about completed and will move ning over his tbigh. Drs. Hendrick and sas last Friday night, where she had been into it in u doy or so. No one need to Parks were summond at once and on ex- on a visit to one of her auuls. suffer in Irvington for something to eot. Mr. J. W. Lewis has tendered bis resigamination pronounced it a compound We have three hotels and ono res'aurant nation as president of the First National and all full. fructure of the femur. The Webster Base Hull Club gave an Gas Co , on ucouot of his health. It M. Jolly has a big lot of the old reZack Gill who was sent to the asylum liable oyster spper at the residence of Mr. A. Homestead fertilizers on hands for Owing to from this place at the last term of Circuit both Foglisb ou last Friday night. tobacco and corn Try some of it the rainy night but few were able to at- Court, died there last Wednesday. He will also be the ngent for the Wm. tend, those that were there had a very enWin. T. Gairy is running as the peoples Deering & Co. New Steel Binder and Those present were Mrs. candidate for County Clerk. Hillie owns Mower. joyable time. Green Clajcomb, Mrs. J. Hodges, Misses a fast trotter, and he may possible drive io The best piece of news we have is that CUra Adkisson, Minnie Matheny, Kmma under the string first. Irvinglon is lo have a new 75 barrel flourKurtz Annie and O.nu Claycomb, You never see a candidate in town ing mill, roller process, with all the latest Messrs. John Coleman, Rufus St. Clair, through the week. If so he is a visitor, improved tnuchinery. It is to be four Geo and Harry Slunrt, Jus. and Henry but Saturday evenings they role in like stories high and will be h first-clamill Kur z, Chas and Forrest Clnycimb, Press pouring "tatern" out of a half bushel. in every respect. The Boyd Bros, of Kennedy and Cljde English. Mr. Ion Moremen has bad to stop the Almstead, Ky , will own and operate it pump in his new well three times ou ac- They nlso intend to erect an elevator as IIucUIuidm Arulcu Sulvo count of high water. Trust that he will soon as the mill is completed, and will also run a barrel factory in connection The best salve in tbo world for cuts not be disturbed any more this season. bruises, sores ulcers, salt rheum, fever Your correspondent has been appointed with be mill We are very proud of this sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns, and ull skin eruptions, and positive- -' Statistical Reporter with three assistants new enterprise, us it will bo a greot bene-to our town and a greater benefit to ly cures Piles, or no poy required.- - It is for this county by the Hon Jus R. Rusk, guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D C our community, Mr. J F, Bjvd is now money refunded. Price 25 cents per box, with us and has let the contract for the Mr T. H Howard moved bis saloon into For sole by G. V. Short, Cloverport, Ky., building and has commenced the foundaund J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky. M. II. Fontaine vacated the room that tion. All arrangements for the ground Tom is the possessor of four fine race have been made and papers signed, horses, but they wont go unless the money 'I CoinmlsNloiiorN. We the undersigned Hanks and Hankers will pay all Prizes drawn in the Louisiana State Lotteries which may be presented at our counters. It. IU. WAIilUSLEY, Pros. LouUlaiiii IMKHItC LANAUX, A. IIALDWIN, National Uank. Pro. Mate Na tlonal Hunk. KOHIY JUu.uk. :5J Olltb In Natlouul Hunk. J'ro, Now Orlcaim lre. Union Natlounl w v GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING the Academy or Music, NewOrleans Tuesday, April 15, 1890. Capital Prize, $300,000. 100,000 Ticket ut Twcuiy JUollnm eucli. IlulvcublO: Uuurtert. .V, TciiIum XtvciiWutliKttl. 8; 2 IjAHUE PHIZES OF 5 1 CAPITAL 1'KIZE OF $300,000..$300,000 1 UKAN1) PUIZE OF 100,01)0.. UO,U00 1 OKAND PRIZE OF 60,000.. 60,000 1 LAKOE PHIZES OF 25,000.. 2J.O00 LI8T OF FRIZIH. PRIZES OF 25 100 200 600 " " " " - 10,000.. 20,000 6,000.. 25,000 1,000 25,000 600.. 60,000 300.. 60,000 200 100,000 PKIZK8. APPROXIMATION 100 Prltcs of $500 arc 100 Prises of $300 are 100 Prizes of$200ar 699 Prizes of 100 are 999 Prizes of 100 are 3,134 Prizes, amounting $50,000 (30,000 20.000 99.900 99.900 Terminal Pbizks; lit to $1,054,800 Tickets drawing Capital Prizes are not entitled to terminal Prizes. AGENTS WANTED. Club rates, or any lurther information desired, write legibly to the undersigned, clearly stating your residence, with State, County, Stroet and Number. Morerapid return mail delivery will bo assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your full address, t Koik sSrFot k By ordinary letter, containing Monet Obdkb Issued by all Express Companies, New York Exchange. Draft or Postal Note. Vk'c os CucEEKcr sent us by Express of $5 or over. IMPORTANT. Aom JH. A. DAUI'IIIN. New Orlcuiik, i,u., or M. A. UA.CPIIIN, Wucliliiif toll, I). C. nr Address Registered Letters to NEW UUL.12ANS NATION A I. HANK. NcU' Orlcuuu, t,u. REMEMBER that the payment of all prlxes Is GUARANTEED BV FOUR NATIONAL BANKS of New Orleans, and the Tickets are signed by tbe President of an Institution, whose chartered rights are recognized ln the highest Courts; therefore, beware of any Imitations or annonymous schemes. ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BY US In any Drawing. Anything In our name offered for less that a Dollar is a swindle. I FARMERS FREE COLUMN. I bare three horses and three cows and calres for sale. Two match horses weighing 1300 each. h ss J. K. Ditto, Brandenburg, Ky. For Sale Two good sited, welt trained fox hounds. 2 years old. Apply to V. XY. Sample, Ky. Bas-ha- Gt For Sale One good off ox. Terms reason able. Apply to J. Tom Jolly, Sample, Ky. For Sale old. One Jersey bull calf, two weeks M, M. Fkekman. Hogs! Hogs! Eight fine English Hogs! j- - is up. Mr. Rob R&wlings, of Decatur, III,, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H C. Rawlings, He will take his wife and daughter, Miss lino, with him when he returns homo, Worth Kiioivliiir, Hvniies' Tonic The old time, reliable remedy for Fever and Ague. Repulntion enrned by Thirty jears success. You can depend upon it. Tnv It I DnunaisTs HAVE IT. Berkshire Pigs Sow from imported stock. Tbe Pigs by Imported Kubler No. 22,853. He cost W. T. Miller. Uowliug Green, Ky., $700. These line Pigs will be sold at reasonable prices. Jersey Heifer in calf, Jersey Cow Freih May 1st, at fair prices. Dk. J. E. Brown, Cloverport, Ky, hfery one that has seen the storm swept section of Louisville report it worse than the papers describe It is a rare occasion when n reporter for a paper falls short in such matters, generally overdraw instead of under. i. I.unt !Volliliir lly tlio Tarundo. Louuviu.b, Kv., April 3d, 1890, Friend John Please correct through columns of your paper the error io your last issue us wo lost nothing by the TornaUncle Ben Hardin, of Fruit Ridge, and do, hut nre ready with big stock of clothing Mrs. Ellen Allgood living one mile from lo servo our customers. Very Respectfully, town, were rj'iietly married at the bride's Him & Richardson, residence last Wednesday morning by Rey. Morrison, Mr, Hardin is the father of our present sheriff John Hardin. J. T Ditto sold to A. W, Mt.reinen Inst week n three year old Cuyer filly unbroke fur $loQ Albert is getting a fine stable ol horses. List ) ear he bought nt n sale in Jefferson O' uuiy, a stall! )n of the famous "Hnrry Wilkes" breedings family of horses that an showing up as fino a record in the trotting circle us any class in the United Mr, J S, Moremen owns two of 8tates. these Wilkes culls that can easily go in 2; 10, and hnve hnd but very little training. Joo has refused $1000 a piece (or these miles. I have placed my notes and accounts In Dr. Kcwsoins hands fur prompt collection. Cation Da. B. T. Hakkebtv. him and pay up. Notice. For Sale. Pure llrod Dcrktblre Pigs, all ages. Eligible to registry. For Prices Mid other information addrors J. T, Roiubps, Hardinsburg, Ky. HUMPHREYS' Uu. HuuruuETs'tirEciricf areaclentlflcallrand carefully rejarel pruacrlMlons I used formally yearn In prtvate practice wltlituctms.audforoTer tblrir jreanuati! by tlie iMHiple, Kvcry .Initio Biw-tir- to U a .pedal euro for Ilia dfoeaae uamwl. Tliwa Hpeolllca cure without drugging, pure-Inor reducing tlie ay.tein, and oroju f art ami dwdltieaoverelun remedleaofthcSVorlU. CUBE, riucu). Iut nr raiKctrAL xo. lnn.inmatlon ixitifuitK Varum, Worm 1'eYtr, Worm Oollo Irylua Oollr.or Teuimug- or mrauu larrunn. ofCli imiorjuiuiu IMIom Iiyaenleri Urlplnj,Vomlllnir Cluolfiru. Si.:i- t.- -' nrliim. i..:.. ixllc ..i,- ... l'UBKUf, lUiu, jiroucuiu.. -. ( f m !I' or, When llaliy wo tick, wo gsva her CiutorU, When (lie wm a Child, she pried for Castoruu e clung'' to Cojtorla. When the became Minn, When she had Children, she gave them CJastorU- COFFEES J, P. SULZER & theuinBtliui, lflieumatln 1'nln. r.r I,,.... n. lllualm. . r lea. Knd A VII un, Chills, Malaria, . .'" .IM"JI lfj ('iiliirrli, Iutiienca, Cjilillnlhajtead .0 ,0 41 v.K'V"1! JirlillHv.J'pyslcalWeakiteM U7 Kldnev lllnnnan .A 3-- J PAcaAflm ... .'.i. .1 I '."I it Niturnlifln. Toothache. T niuKiietuiaciio, riiKu t'4 irauuriiet juiwub ..." , c ionium. 7PuPiiit roriutiM. ireiuounr KCHi too rroniMO virion !l (Irpup. Couch. DJnicultl're.lhlnir nit Ulicuin. KrT.lnelu. lruiitlu N V.r. A. Iwo-ito- ry BR0 Dl.ou.eaoribnileurtil'AliilUtloul.es r 3TBold br prugsUta, or sent postpaid on receipt of price, tin, iluMrmucrs' JIikdal. (til paire.) rtcbly Imuod Iu clntli and aolil, inallwt rrra. Itumphroya'MeiHclHuCo.lUliiilouW.ji V, rt-i- vfrai'iHir, CLOVERPORT, KV, SPE6ifi6S. f ArOfJAL. mtlTVlTIEB. IN THE COURTS, TT I I l" I I I 'MM ' I I ill M J MM i i i I1 JZ Now tniiplo sugar at Iiubbucas. Mrs. William Vest went to Hoiuu Mon- tint., a. j. ItlrOIIAtiKIIIV lAwwirr A; day. Englnci Nu. 2 is bcinj; iioais :uNTir,Arr. repaired at tho !. kvv.s av. v. (IN A ItAII.- - FOR EASTER SUNDAY r ' i mnchine shops. When you go to Hnrdlusburc stop at tho Iluckeby llouao. Mr. J. W. Guthrie, ol Uardinsburg was in town yesterday. Have your prescriptions compiunded at Martin's drug stote. The busiest fart of this town ia down nt the machine shops. The machine shops are a great place of resort on Sundays. Fresh garden seeds, nnion sets, npples nnd bunnnns for sale at Martin's City Assessor lUmsey has about completed his work of assessing the oily. lion Tice Joll)' road law for th's county hfts nssed the Legislature. Ilnl Murray is to Coed to his bed with a severe a tick o' rheumatism Ground was broken Monday for the foundution of the new city hall and jail. The steamer, James Guthrie passed bete yesterday loaded down to the guards. Twenty-fiv- e good dwelling houses could be rented in this town in the ntxt thirty days. ltev. W. C. Brandon will preach at Holt's Chapel next Sunday at 1 a m : here at night. Easter Sundoy was generally nnd appropriately observed by nil the Sunday schools in this city. A private car for the use of the officials of the "Clover Line" is being handsomely fitted up at the machine shops. Dr. Uafferty will resume the practice of medicine as soon as he markets a lot of lumber he has been snwing on h'tB farm. Twenty-fiv- e thousand dollars could be invested in dwelling houses in this town and made to pay a good interest to the investor. Charlie SatterGeld, of Victoria, who has been very sick lor several weeks at his futher's, in this city, we nre glad to say, is ODt again. Mr. Jns. H. Moorman went to Friday to see the work of the cyclone. He says it is much worse than the papers picture it. Born, to the wife of K. E. Smith, of Bird's Point, Mo., n son, Robert Earl, first greatgrandchild of Mrs. Margaret Smith f of this city. A through passenger train from Louisville to St Louis, with Pullman sleepers, will be put on the "Clover Line" abTout the 20.b of this month. Cloverport is now a division of the railroad and all trains stop here, change there It will alio be the men nnd engines. home of all the train men. It would be impossible to get a fairer plan than the one which Canter's chicken cholera cure is sold. If it fails to cure, your money will be refunded by G. W Short. Having accepted the agency in this ci'y for Armour & Co. fresh meat, I shall be pleased to serve you with fresh beef on Saturday morning. Come and see me. Jno-T- . Patterson, Agent. Road Commissioner Harned is repairing Patterson's hill and is making a good( permanent job of it. Hands are also at work on tbe road to Holt's Bottom, under the supervision of Mr. D. Hambieton. The City Council has ordered City Engineer Fowler to make a survey of 8econd street, beginning at Chestnut and extending through the Oglesby addition It will cost tbe city several hundred dollars to open this new street Master Mechanic Ferry had tbe fore finger of bis left hand cut off while running the plainer at the machine shops one day last week. Mr. Ferry says he has run and engine seventeen years and has been working with machinery more or less all or his life and this is tbe first scratch he ever received. This was the same bit off three fingers for S. I. 1 He CIuIiim ol tho llnrttlim- liurir IIoiiiIn and R 100,000 or Iho Niock or tlio 1....II. mill W, lluilroud. The Owensboro following: Messenger prints tho -- OK2$ BKJOYS method and results when Both the Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant nr.d refreshing to tiflfestc, and nets fcntlyyctproniptljHRhoKidnoys, 5 r W'M lJ 1 x. r effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the tnsto and to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its cfTectB, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and lmve made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup oi Figo is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who Do not nccept wishes to try any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. it SAN FRANOISC J. CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. HEW YORK, H.t. i J e ' FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS. Ws are authorized to announce as a Candidate for Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to the action of Democratic BUte Convention. . GRORGEH. MADDEN, V FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. We are authorized to announce Eav of the Citj of Loulivllle. a a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeal, subject to the action of the Democratic party of the Third Appellate District. We are authorized to announoe a a candidate for Judgeof the Court JOHN ROBERTS, JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, action of the Democratic party. Cloverport. to the office of or Appeals, subject to the Win. K. Barnes, Uardinsburg. &. & John Allen Murray, It has been no secret for some time past that there is no good feeling between Col. J. C. Fawcett and W. V. McCracken & Co. Col. Fawcett was, as is generally known, the original promoter of he L St. Railroad Company, und it was he that found the McCrackens in New Ynrk and induced them to build this railCol. Fawcett does not work for road. glory, like some of our local ruilroad pro jectors, nnd when it came to a settlement of Recounts with McCracken k Co a coolness sprang out of it. Fawcott, it is said, held a sufficient quantity of the railroad c mpany's stock to enable him to demand a settlement before McCrucken &, Co be--c ime the operators of the railroad. They had to have hit stock before they could count on a miijoriiy. He got his money out of the enterprise, while the others are still whistling for theirs Notwithstanding this little unpleasantness, business relations were resumed between Col. Fawcett and McCracken k Co , Dardinsburg nnd wben the Louisville, Western railroad project came np, and ob a result tbey are now in a lawsuit. The Boooo Contract Company and Col Fawcett have sued W. Y. McCracken &. Co. in the common pleas court .nt Louisville on tbe Louisville, Hurdinsburg and Western railroad contract. On June 14, 1888, the plaintiffs state, the defendants contracted with Col. Fawcett, in consideration of certain work which he was to perform on tbe railroad line, to deliver to him $3,000 par value of the bonds voted tbo road in certain tax districts besides certificates of stock to the road of the par value of $100,000 proportionately, per mile, as tbe tame should be earned. The plaintifTs state that they have fulfilled their part of the contract as to building, hut that the defendants have failed to pay the $5,000, par value in bonds, or to torn over the Btock certificates worth $25 -000, for all of which they sue. Col. Fawcett and tbe other plaintiff, to whom he sub-l- et tbe contract, have retained Humphrey & Davie. L.-.tl- You will want a new Suit or a new pair of Pants for youwolf or yWboys. We wish by this modest advertisement to have it understood that, no matter how much other houses blow, or how much money they spend for fancy advertisements which their customers have to pay for, wo have the only perfectly honest stock of Clothing in the city, because we arc the only home manufacturing Clothiers in the city. Our Clothing is made with the same care and attention as custom work and by the same hands that do our fine tailoring work ; it stands to reason it must be better than the stuff made by women and children in the tenement shops of the East. Come to us for an honest trade. Ouu good work costs you as much as you would pay these ''windy" bowses that promise much and pcrfom so little, Confirmation Suits and Spring Overcoats in abundance. l COSOf, rf s fc: vtm jg tf . ,fc. 9 sft Coffee at smisiiTJis a JULIUS "Old -I I WINTER & GO. olialle',", Clothiers u lm m m Best Coffee grownheWorld 9 5ealBraRCJava&MocI S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. j mi r n iTjjjj-MJ- u i i M i MOOLEYV1LLE. ttev. Father Egart, pastor of St. Joseph's Congregation of Leitchfiold, departed ibis 20 years. life on March 28th, 1890. aged consumption, though we enn He died of cot say that he was a Bufferer from this terrible disease, as he never failed to say late mass for his congregation on SundnyB, night nor ever gave np until the very last On Thursday of his life at 12 o'clock, night ho saw that his time had come to go and dropped his head on the breaBt of Rev Father O'Sullivan and uttered these be revwords. "May the holy name of God things," and calmly erenced above all breathed bis last. He was taken to the Cathedral at Lou'iBville and from there to his father's (Mr. Goo. Ezart) residence on Saturday, April 5th, where his rcmaius were kept for on hour, and then they woro followed by many relatives and friends and iuttrrcd at tbe old burial ground at St. Theresa's church. Flint Island The wind, as it mourns in the eve, seemB in mv fancy to be chanting a dirge o'er the grave of tbe lost youth. The death of Father Egart will be a life long regret to many Poor boy' cm down when the blossom was promising a rich return of fruit. Words fail utterly to express how painful it was to see Mr. and Mrs. Egart their to bidding the lust farwell lost, not to heaven, for loBt one there he is a dear saint, but lost to onrth Inet tn his disconsolate parents, lost to fast and faithful friends nnd lost to a long career of usefulness in the eacred Pray for Vim dear readers, or minisstry. rather ask his prayers that he might obtain from God, for you, whatever will be for your good. SHILOH. Items nre very scarce. MisB Annie Carl is on the sick list. Dell, tbe little two year old boy of Hill Hallow, died on the 27th inst , after six weeks iilnoss . 'Twas on the awful stormy night, Our darling Doll, took his flight. From a world of toll nnd care, To a home forever hright and fnir. The tint of health has left his cheek, And cold is his fair brow, His eves are clored, his pulae is still, Ho is an angol now. Mrs. Rollins and Mrs. Aterwent trading in Preston last week. this neighborhood Sutler s cxJo,v,'E:I:oI31,, jgrsr. R. J. BASSETT & BRO., DOORS, PerfectioiiLofstreiigtli&flavor Guaranteed absolutely pure There are several weddings expected in nt nn early date Lost his shoes ! could'nt help it No, but he still has that sweet, smack, smile, strawberry countenance. Preaching nt Shiloh the third Sunday. !., Attorneys MURRAY BARNES, a.tX.-v- KICS - ATTItACTIOS VI LLC. IN LOUIS. LEITCHFIELD, KY. SASH, BLINDS, ROUGH DRESSED LUMBER. and Uardinsburg und Cloverport, Kentucky. ItootU und jriodjeaka Coiulc Opera Fentlval Iloklou Symphony Here's A Chance NO Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, HARDINSBUBG, KY. SrOffioe on Brick Corner. Orchestra. Tho management of the Auditorium in Louisville is giving the public tbe greatest list of aitractionB this country ever saw. Tbe Booth and Modjeska joint appearauce will bs long remembered by those who witness this rare treat They appear May 1, 2 and 3 for the last time as joint starr. In every theatre on their tour, tbey have had an overwhelming ovation. Ihe advance sale of seats shows that they will have a crowded houBe in Louisville. A more delightful Beason could not have been selected for the engagement, and no doubt the city will be filled with strangers. Another big attraction is the revival of the Gilbert and Sullivan operas in a Festival of Grand Comic Opera tbe week of April 31st The scenery is superb, having been painted by Earnest Albert A special car will bring the company of 200 direct from New York. Mr. J. C. Duff, of Comic Opera fame, is arranging the preliminaries. Another delightful attraction is tbe Grand Concert of tbe Boston Symphony Orchestra, of thirty artists. May 8 h. This is the mist superb organization in America. Address, James B. Camp, P. 0. Box C3, Louisville, Ky., for information. BITE, BUT STRAIGHT GOODS AT Roofing S. 1 Building Material TISFA C TIOX ASS UBED. E ESTIMATES furnished at low prices. SHIPMENTS made directly from Planing Mill to any point. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 9. 1890. L. D. ADDISON'S ADDISON, KY lcrkOiial. John Burke km Frank Bojd went to Hawesville last week. Fred Fraiie returned to Danville Thursday. In town EuDday. Laiha BIG L. Elder. Best No. I, Clover Seed Best No I.Timothy Seed Best No. I, Red Top Seed Best German Millet $3 25 bu E& J. Q. Stephens, of Holt, was In town was In Won-d- y. Jim Lyddan, of Webster, town Sat- -H IK urday. Fred Rounds, ofOwensboro, was In the city Friday.. Win. A Smith, of Owensboro, was in the city Monday. Mr. end Mr. V. Hardin, of Holt, were in town Friday. C. W. Patterson returned from Louisville last Wednesday. Miss Katie Boyd went to Hawesville yesterday on a visit. Dr. Geo. M. Marshall, of Stephensport, was in town yesterday. Miss Etta Wllkerson Is visiting relatives In Lexington this week. Mrs. Eugene Haynts and Miss Forrie Hardin visited the city yesterday. Mr. W. W. Newsoro, of St. Louis, wn hete visiting bii parents yesterday. Mr. Wtn. Baker and wife, of Hawesville, were the guesU of Mr. John Baker Monday. Mrs. John Burks, Jr., and ton, of Addison. 'are visiting Mr. and Mr. W. II. Bowmer this Dr. Win. Milner, Carlt Blehardson and J. A. Haynes, of Union Star, were In the city Monday. Dr. W. T. Tayltr, of Owensboro, who has been here for the past week practicing bla . profession, dentistry, returned home Saturday-Mrof E'town, was in the city Ed. Talbott, Friday. He thinks Cloverport has much better grounds for a boom than Winchester and such places. Mr. S. S. Stout, of Milwaukee, and Mlsi Mary I'Jatt, of Louisville, have been the guests of Miss Mary Allen this week. Tbey leave today. Rev. JMeve Ilolcotnbe Jrlecllnff with Wonderful Succeas at Bowline Green. The following special to the Louisville Times says: Rev. Steve Holcombe is meeting with wonderful success in his mission work here. Wright's Ball is crowded nightly and last night there was a very impressive scene witnessed at the meeting. There were over 300 persons present, and after Mr. Holcombe bad preached a very effective sermon from the text, "For the Son of Man has come to seek and save that which was lost," he asked how many Christian people who were willing to pray for the unsaved .would stand up, wben Following this about 150 responded. while everybody in the house bad their beads bowed in silent prayer and the choir sang the last versa of "Almost Persuaded," in a very soft And, pathetic manner the Evangelist called upon all wbp wanted the prayers of the congregation to rise and thirty persons stood up, most of whom were old and young men, who had There lived a Tery sinful life heretofore. was an after meeting to which about 100 persons remained, eleven of whom made a profession of religion. A Lewis. veek. v- .4 y- I U&Jt : f x If you try this remedy you will say as many others have said, that li the bcst blood purifier and tonic. Write Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Oa., for book of convincing testimony. End), J. 1. Davis, AtlanU, B. Oa. B.(West perma' write t B. that "I considerrheumatism andhas sclatlna.' nently cured me of K. II. Saultor, Athens, fla., says: "U. B. B. cured me of an ulcer that had resisted all other treatment." K. . Tlnsloy, Columbia, Ala., writes: ''My mother and sister had ulcerated sore throat and scrofula. II, 11. II. cured theui." Jaoob V. Sponcler, Newnan, Oa., writes : "B. U. B. entirely cured too of rhenmatlsm In I used six bottler." my shoulders. No. 2027 FouuUln Street, Chas. Baltimore, Md., write j "I suffered with bleeding piles two year, and am glad to say that one bottle of B. B, U. cured me." Oa , J. J. Hardy, Toceoa,oatarrh.writes t "B. B. Three bottles B. is a quick cure cured me. I had been troubled aeveral years. t "One bottle A. Spink, Atlanta, Oa., says of B, if. B. completely cured my child or eo- II. It. II. (Itotuiilc lllood Halm). rr Breckenridge Lodge, No. 01, Kulghts of Pythias, this city, conferred the rank of Page upon Messrs. R. C Richardson and J. A. Haynes, of Union Star, and Dr. G. M. Marshall, ol Stephensport, Monday night Tbe ranks of Esquire and Knight will be conferred upon these gentlemen next Monday night, when it is expected a large delegation of brothers from Owensboro, Cannelton and Tell City will be present to assist. J. F. Bojd, of the firm of Boyd Bros., who have lately located at Irvington for the purpose of building a mill was here yesterday looking up contractors to bid on the work. We were favorably impressed with Mr. Boyd. He seems to be a man of but few words and those strictly- - business and to the point. We are glad to welcome bim to thi good old county of Bratjten-ridg- e and wish him abundant Wpecaa in his enterprise at Irvington. An advertisement of tbe wholesale commission house of Pipes & DeHaven appears on our first page. Mr. Fred formerly of this city, is the junior member of tbe firm, and being a home boy expects and ought to have a large share of the tbipments of produce from this section. This firm is well situated in the business part of the city and is prepared' to handle all consignments snt them, and make prompt returns to shippers. They want consignments of batter eggs and all kinds of produce and tbey guarantee the very highest market prices. Remember this firm when you ship your produce. 50 barrels afthe Choices Crab Cider on Moorman is teaching our hand, all this years make. This Is pure spring school. goods, country made. Best in the market. Mr. Virge Hardin, of this place, left for Write for prices by the barrel. Kansas City the other day. Hake your wife happy by Betting her a Miss Mary E. Richardson, of near here, SINGER SEWING MACHINE, all attachis very sick with la grippe. ments complete for $16.50 Will ship to Mr. Charles Morris has gone to O ens-boany part of the Country. to clerk for Reinhardt t Co., in their dry goods store. THE YOUNG STALLION We are still true Kentuckians: Mr' Howard Moore the Charles Bowles shot ! but we think it other day with a shot-gu- n, given will not prove fatal. Bowles has T ill make the season of 1890 at my stable, himself up to the officers of the law and is Holt, Ky., on the following terms $12 dollars to Insure a mare In foal, tbe money doe whennow in jail. ever the fao is accertained or the mare parted Hnrrah for tbe Farmers' and Laborers' with. Happy Thought is 15V hands high, three Union! We are in tbe fight this time to years old this spring, color a rich mahogany stay. We have a me jority of the voters in Lay, long flowing main and tail, magnificent the county j every one I ere that is elig- style and action. PEDiaitKE. ible is a member of the Union. We beHappy Thought sired by Happy Cross, he by in "equal rights to all men and ex lieve Garrard Chief (1253) and he by Mambrino elusive piivileges to none." Chief, lit dam Pinkie by Kentucky Drennon, 2d dam Cora Allison by Lee Paul. Kentucky Tbe cyclone that came through the Drennon by Old Drennon, 1st dam by Old anything Gray Bsgle, 2d dam by Diomede. country didn't hurt or damage Lee Paul here. Big Spring got her "noughs" forty by Lexington and he by Doiton, lit dam Anna O. by Imp. Glenoo, 2d dam by Waggoner. yeatsago. Your correspondent went out It will be seen that Hippy Thought Is a fine ' and desolasaddler. about CuFter to see the ruins THE JACK WONDER. The storm tion caused by the storm Will make tho season at went east of Custer about a quarter of a to Insure a mare in foal, the same stable at $10 money due when the mile and it did not leave anything stand- fact is ascertained or mare parted with. ing but a few bushes that grew close to tbe J. G. STEPHENS, ground. And still they say "luck" is a HOLT, KY. fortune. I.OI7ISV1I.I.R, KY, Miss Mabel ro SPRING. . 1.50" 40 " 70 " :. . rv ?: ft :o. WHEELERS. A word to lio; LN & t$. the Wheeler You needn't consult any- body nor make any arrangements in regard to your supplies. I am selling good now lower than any living man can sell them and always have. Come to my store in k s m Happy Thought - Uardinsburg and it will take me only a few minutes to convince you of the fact. Talk about 10 percent. 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. m If you r? t9s want goods bring along the cash oV it.-- equivalent, produce. J. A. WITT, Hardinsburg, Ky. ill mm IRVINGTON, DKA1.KKS IN KY. Implements, and SHOES. Tar and White Sulphur Spring. Fort Leavenworth Coterie Draws BS.OOO. " W.'a. 1'epper, Fredonia, Ala., writes : "B. B. B. oured my mother of ulcerated sore The Louisville Presbytery of the Presbyterian church will convene in this city throat." and hold its first session in the Mrrckenrldire Htatt Meade Will Oa Still Ila a. Warm Place In Hi Presbyterian church at 10 a. to. Solid for Him. Heart for Cleviirimrt. Tho following ministers and elders arHon. Chape z Watbsti, of Meade counDr. T. H. CWaad. Lkwihpout, Ky Apr. 4 h, 1890. rived yeslrrday: ty, U Uiag urged1 1 wake sba raes to se-t- si J. D. Bauiuiie: M Pewee Volley; Rev. G, 0. Ovatttr, M. BsWa J collect the within order nnd apl'leaso Taylofsvllha; Rev J. tt. Bwlssaa, EUf the ply the proceedi to the payment of ray Sfeier Cwrt. Jf M. Watt K U w. enville; Dr. Richmond, subscription to the Nkwb, and oblige. a flsaJiialt, . fU to wrved J. K C4lir, Rev. J. h MeKatr. I wm sorry to hear the t bfetilv KaWe he wilt, M pwilto, m badly. J atill have Bnyerawi Rev. Hnttm ; jnu and Cloverport so . B Dr Lw. OasMtsrc (MrMfttywaMut aaswmaoad, will asMNurt warn pkee in my haart for Clowpwt villo; awl RWw Wswn Allen, Louisvil Tim. to HotlinK. nd YUr,j1), HAT, nnd Fergvrton, Lottie ill. WC' to-d- ay The I'reabylerr. members of Co. K , 13th infantry, at the Fort, have just received, through the Pacific Express Company, $5,000, tbeir portion of the $100,000 prizn in the last drawing of tbe Louisiana State Lottery. The money was paid to Sergeant Tbcs Marriott and by him divided among tbe twelve who had pooled their issues. Each put in 50 cents and as luck would have it, one of the six tickets purof the $100 000 chased drew priz". Leavenworth (Kans.) Times, January 30 Twelve Tbe public will be pleased to learn that -this famous watering place excelled by none other in the beauty and grandeur of Jahm It. Camp, its natural scenery, or the curative proper- Daxiii. Q- ar, limine s Man. Sole Proprietor Sc Man. of its waters is to be improved in time ties for the coming season. Importutit i:ugngoiiioiit We learn that the contract will probably be let this week, to be completed and ready Farewell Joint Appearance of for occupancy in sixty days. The plans Booth:- are furnished by McDjnalJ Brothers, the Bnd oelebrated architects, of Louisville, -contemplate an expenditure by tbe comby a powerful Dramatic Company, pany of $25,000 to $30 000, in addition to Supported under the direction of may be needed which m many cottages as AllTHUn 11. CHASE. will be added. Krmcst Albkrt. The company also rropose to make Superb Scenery by - with parties who may liberal arrangements lloierlolro : -- Richelieu. Thursday, May 1st desire to erect their own collages. U. R. Macbeth. Friday, May 2d Pierce is tbe secretary of the company. Field Seeds, Funic iA.TJTJITORITJIC: - GROCERIES, SADDLERY, HARDWARE, STOVES and TINWARE, BOOTS 3Ea,37- 1, 2. 3, 'SO Edwin :Helena Modjeska. Call Wc make a specialty of Seeds and Fanning Implements. and get our prices before buying as wo are sure we can save you money on what you buy. "Wo also keep in connection with our store" a first-cla- ss Hotel and Livery Stable and oiler special inducements to ComMcGLOTHLAN BROS., mercial men. Irvington, ICy. A Sure Hog Cholera Preventive. J. E. MOORMAN'S Hog Gtiolera. Preventive fi Wo Want all ef Our Subscriber to Kb Hamlet. Sat. Matinee, May 3d Saturday Night, May 3d..Merchant of .Venice PrJi), K, lit. Rmmin WM s4 $0, $10, for tho season, according to locaLoniBuno, Ky., April 1st, 1890. tion. Mr. EJltor In this I enclose one dollar One Dollar. Ocnoral Admlsilon tho Nkws to to renew my subscription for 1st at be continued this year to mo, 1 also enclose Season sal begins. AprilD. II. Baldwin 4 Co'i a two cent stamp for a ticket iu your Gift Single sals begins, April 15th at 1 hope I will be one of tho Distribution. No. 234 4tb Avenue. lucky oses and expect to be present on Fur Information and orders for seats address that ily tfl can get there. We common JAMBS D. OAMP, Business Manager, psMfk arouft Lmtiburg don't want you to P. 0. Box 03, Louisville, Ky. giv all yor preftta to the urlst6crats, Rates on Railroads. w ;m to 4ivid with us, 1 will put SPECIAL Boston Symphony Orchestra, 80 up wUk the set of fern its re if I can't get Mamgakkt Beauciumi0 Perfumers, May 8th. tilt watch. rreacnt. t, v Scale of l'ricu. wt Will prevent tbo ravages of Cholera on any farm stock, and, In tame cases villi cura Cholera, although, wo will not lmuro it to do so. It has bteu tried and thoroughly r iiTi ngrrr tested bj many of the th farm xianiaiaiaiaiaiaiaia In Breckenridge und Hardin com- m SSSSSWW III llll iBtJ.-.'FS- J " Tties and bat neTaf'fiiJIea, fete are the names of some of our farmers who have tested Its merits j John Mor, IWji Jv vm. n jMHiy. Dig Springs j Hob Kngiun, Dr. i' . auj, uecuian i unat. uwaawaitMigiiiy Experience teaches us that Hog Cholora cannoj bo cured xwC?mmr m merely a preventive nuicn, u givvn accoruing iu uirconoiw, wvjpeMsa TwsM Itmmimm It Is put up In sacks at MM cents per pound JEV bogs healthy for a year. AOENTS Heard & Heeler, Uardinsburg t 0. W, rtt Jo JiW,lMkT' Manufactured by taPC ipgggfva, ji nwai. zl ri I j - m hMraw J. E. OQMAN, Ownboro, ICy, r - .Jk. r :' ,"& CONSUMPTION; Cherry Pectoral. Even In the Inter periods vot that disease, the rough It wonderfully relieved by this medicine. "I liavo used Aycr's Cherry IYctoral with tho liest effect In my practice. This wonderful preparation onco saved my life. I had n constant couch, night sweats, wus greatly reduced In flesh, nnd given up liy my physician. Ono bottle ami a half of tho IVctornl cured jne." A. J. Eldson, M. V., Jliddleton, Tennessee. " Soveral years ago I was sovcroly ill. Tho doctors suld I was in consumption, nnd that they could do nothing for me, hut advised mo, as a last resort, to try Aycr's Cherry Pectoral. After taklug this medicine two or tlireo months 1 was cured, nnd my health remains good to tho present day." Janu-- Dlrchurd, Darlen, Conn. " Soveral years ago, on a pnssnge homo from California, by water, I contracted so severe a cold that for some days I and a was confined to my stnto-roophysician on board considered my life in danger. Happening to liavo rt bottlo of Aycr's Cherry Veetoral, I used It freely, and my lungs wero soon restored to a healthy condition. Sinco then I liavo invariably recommended this preparation." J. II. Chandler, Junction, Va. s GUSTON. We suppose tho recent wintry spell will kill tho remainder of the peach crop its first stages, can he successfully INchecked liy tlio prompt uso of Aycr's Vrry little outs sown nnd not of the corn ground broken in thin nity. otir-ihii- d commu- Hev 0 W SiClair preached a vey interesting sermon, on The Ftnnl Perseverance of the baints, at Ilethel church Sunday. II Neafus and family viiited Mrs Nerifus' mothrr Mrs. Sallie Shnck-let- l, of llnck Grove, Saturday and Sunday' Mr. W. The storm ot Tl urMlay night was not mi severe in this vicinity ns some others we have had. although there win n great dial ol fencing blown down. Mr. Legrnnd o( Hock Ilnren hnR moved into Mrs. Kate Childs' new lionn, mid, wn ui ders'nnd, will erect a duelling hui.se nnd store room right soon. It twenty-fiv- e candidates aspiring for the nomination of only seven vnriim of fices is a good showing, our county (old Meadr) is not behind the times Wo have heard souio good Demrcrn's say that they don't think they cnu vote in our coming prlmniy election lor some of the caiidida'e, hut they will henr'-il- y V Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, rntiunru bt Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold liy nil Ilrlipfl.ii. I'rkc f 1, alzbottUMi. siirprt the nominee. The aspirants are so honest and clever, they say that tin y ennnct support ono and oppose anot' -er in the primary. We think this is liord-l- y right ; every man should consider tie duties rr quired of the peis n filling le n' lijc and tl en compare the qualification o When this is d me. we tTo aspirants think most any intelligent man can make a choice, and no person who is wor I y ol an cilice will think the least hiid nfn man for making that choice ei her. Occasioiinlly HRECKENRIDGE NEWS LONG BRANCH. The Hock fi is smith shop. Co. is putting up w.is a black- Mr Geo. Heyuolils lail week. in Louisville Miss Mary Mcl'iirliini' win luiil up with lu grippe last wiek. Mr. A. Ditto, ,ir., wan caught in during the storm. It was tough working with tin pipe line last week in the mud. Ida Mil l diJ not return to reher school until last Tuesday. sume Mim Inez Iholty ntlnmlitl tliu marriage at (iarnellsville la .1 week. The rain Wtilnnnliiy night interfered with the plowing nix seeding of oats lust week. Mrs. A .1 iiukerBtitll spent last week with her sister, Mrs. T. A Tear, in Mies Ik-li- i lint crops ot This may or may not We have henrd prophetic be, however. of thiB kind before. One thing is certain, our Heavenly Father Inn fed and clothed us thus far through life anil if we nre visit ed by n scoume of this kind it will he but just. Tlie fftct is, there are to many that conipl'kin instead ol being thank till. It seems quite a di'licult matter for some people to feel that they nre dependent upon (! i for wlint they have and nre. tertaing fears tint there mud" this Tear to sub-is- ' will be a fa lure we henr of parties enter will he nnthiig lllllll-ll- . llran-denliu- rg Mescrs. Sim Donley nnd flco. It"j no'ds went to Louisville the lirct of last week. Lots of wild diuk't in the slouuhs and Mr .lack Luim hack water last Wft-killed lour at a shnl while out ni.o nller-nwi- ii Mr. .loli n II. Sullivan wrnt to tlie ciM The transition from long, lingering and painful sickness to robust health marks an epoch in the life ol the individual. Such a remarkable event is treasured in the memory and the agency whereby the good health has been attained is gratefully blessed Hence it is t lint so much is beard in praise of Klectric Hitlers So many fee1 they owe their restoration to health, to the 11 use of the (ireat Allerat'vu and Tonic you are troubled with any dibease of Kidneys, Liver or Stomach, of long or short stand ng you will find relief by use of Klectric Hitters. Sold nt .Klc. ond J per bo'lle at (i W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky and J A Win's, Hurditisburg, Ky 1 last week to recuperate and lay in n month's supply for the inner man The of each month is pay day wiih the Hook (ins Co They pay out about $.100 n month hero lor Held servle". Mr A I)itto, ,lr . shipped a ear load o! corn last week to II W. llerudou A Co , tlm best commission house in Louisville some from The Hi ok (las Co. sull'-rethe heavy storm ; Louisville had no gas o Mr C. V. Parsons' lor n few d . correctel the damage and she sion is going all right now. d ij-sdilli-genc- SAMPLE. l!u little sickness in this s'C'irti Mr. M irlile .1 irdnn made a visit to Hew- ley villi a few days ago Mrs. Amanda lolly has been sick lor "ewrnl days Mr. Hash is section loreman at this place now instiad ol Mr. Wilhite. Mr. A lvin Sentnn is prepnrii g to build a Mr. C. V. Parsons never left the field until hu got enough wells in the I uu to supply the city. house on his lot on Gibson Avenue. Hev. Henry Honk will preach at Hii.'l D II the fuuiih S ii d iy in each in nth oil here, if it does often come empty, hut t in post mistress In'orms me that the busiAny win, we have ii ness is increasing created the circulation ol the Nr.wn two fold. -- A wiisl.-Ji- it Mrs IteMe at Lane Hun lal 'I hurnliij L gsdon Cummings, of night prevented the trains from going Kill sa, is visiting the family of Mr. A .1 through to Louisville. lti'tinett The Hock (ins (' i. pulled the tuliitis: and Horn, to the wile of Mr V.spei llium-lilcisiug from the Cruhe llei ham well, near March '. I h, a fi'.e son. his house last week. Mrs F W ll'iidiaii is teaching i ur It hns been about two montlics'iice lliere spring tchool has been a time that n wngon coiiM get Mr. Johnnie Hampden bus charge of from here to Hruiidcnburg. the water tank a this place. There is some talk that there will he it Si inenne lo put uy a II uring Wanted depot pLt up here belore long either on mill at Sample, al oa tobacco warehouse Mr. Hendricks' Hiikerstall's or A Ditto's Mr .1 M Mattingl) has moved into n place. cottage on main Mreet near tl.e depot. The Due Hun Gas Co. has sevtral milWork on lie new Methodic! church lion feet of gas going to waste It looks moves on rather slowly on account of bad like they ought to fix up the wells ami turn weather tliem into the Kentucky Hock line. tine day a short time ugo Mr. T. 11. It is very nice to ha e a mail pouch Hung Squires caught six foxes nnd chased the d, The win last Thursday played havoc with the derricks in the gas field, both for the.llnion and the Hock The high water and the wind prevented them from getting to tho gates to close up the end ol the line. 0.. seventh one f r two or thrte hours, bu fiiled to ca'ch him, It was not a very good diy for foxes enher. A good many fine btech rei s on the ilai, east ol Mr. J H .lolly's bouse, were by the storm Thursday night. A great deal of leticn g was blown down, . but no serious damage was The cloud seemtd to tplit and piss on either side of us. root-wadddo-.e- .i"A .1 The most common error of men and women is to look for happiness outside of useful work It has never been found Folks Combination, writes: "After a thorwhen thus sought, nnd novcr will bo ough (rial nnd convincing evidence, I am while tlio sun revolves and tho earth confident Dr. King's New Discovery for stands. If you doubt tlio proixwltloii go Consumption, heals 'em all, and cures around among your friends being caro-fu- l not to striko them on their busiest when everything else falls. The greatest day and learn who get the most enjoykindness I can do my mnny thousand ment out of life. You will find they are friends is to urgo them to try f, Free tho busy workers In useful lines nnd not trial bottles at G W Short's. Cloverport, tho mere pleasure seekers. Texas Sifand .1. A. Wilt's. Hardinsbtirg. Hgular ting. pallat F N. D'Hny's jewelry sto'onnd sizes 60c. ami $1.00. ' Nip your cough in the bud" by taking sea the handsome gold watch lo bo given "C. ifo all our cash in advance and pa(d up a ,i ,,..,,1 !..,!.' tl,,. juui ouuowiiihiuiis jiruiuiiiij nnui i and C. C. Certain Couuli Cure," by pNasant ..vim,, l Sold G remedy. W. subscriber , got a ticket liintir Grand Gift Dislribution ' Short. Fu-iny flfr-eliiu- Stent Thing He .San-- . following is un extract from n letter Tho w itten by Mr. I) A. HeynolJs, editor nnd proprietor of the Herald, Lyons, Mich , under date of January 11th, lH'.iU: "You will observe (hut I have given your advertisement position on the first page of the Herald, while other proprietary medicines have had to take the run of the oper. The reason for doing this is, that upon receiving your "copy" n number of the cures effected seemed similar to that of which my wag mllVring, a case of hlund I ttle son poison, or irritable sores breaking out nil over his body. Today he is entirely free from disease, and one bottle of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) d d tho work Now this is tbo reason for giving you the position. an I consider Swill's Specific (S S i).) the best medicino I ever saw. I wish vou unlimited success in your business " The ahoTO is a sample of letters which ore coming to ls nil the lizie 8. S. S. is nearerjufallible than any remedy made, and lias, probubly dono more good (ban We any medicino known to mankind, will mail a Treatise on Blood nnd Skin Diseases to all who will send their address, SWIFT SPECIFIO'CO , Atlanta, On. i:it Mr. S. K. Muttingly, of Hock vale, unmoved into a house on Gibson aveime Mr. Muttingly is "a s in ol the f .rge,'' and will soon go to work at his profession. We were disappointed last week nt not seeing another letter fri-Amos, in We Biipprse le was kept so busy watching the steam frtm Uncle .Mm mie's enging as he ufl'eil across the hill to the home of that widow, that be hud no time to write. Tlie I'liliMl nut! Ilio Sliigo. Hev F M Slirout, Pastor United Hreili-ereChurch, Hlun Mound. Kan . says: ' J leol it my duty to tell what wonders Dr. King's New Dis?overy hi-- , done for me. My Lungs wero badlv diseased, nnd my parishioners thought I could live only a I took nvo bottles ol Dr. few weeks. King's Nw Discovery and am sound and well, gaining 2fi poundk in weight. Arthur Lovo, Manager Lovo's n The modern system of making roads or is a compound of two systems, used In England lu tlio early part of the century IN CLOVERPORT. by Telford and Macadam respectively. NOW I will make Photographs any kind ot sly te. 'idiom was an engineer and Cabinet, Curd, Dahj or Tintypes nt reasonable Macadam a road prlrei. Alio ldrge work of any kind or style. maker. Tho latKnlrgcincnt nmdo from old picture) nnd ter undoubtedly framed Tor $2.51) I alia umko Crayon ti. originated A finnp Stint. the ilavlnj; eighteen years experience In principle of using Photography, 1 will try to mako I'hutnt or nny small fragments nlher mirk to plelio ono and nil. (lira me a of stono for road-en 1, Now locnted over ays. Telford AlAHTIN'ri DltUli STOHK. Ifftl :! insisted upon a aSv tjVj j'.7. .rrvYiu"Kfn:4u i'loruritt, Ky. stono foundation COUllHISOll MACAtUSr. I . of Ir-TMy'r "H ' nrlJ liisiTTi If Ml C llfr ' ' ff'n regular stono from rIx lo eight inches in stzo ns liaso, to prevent tho smaller stono from lieing pushed into the ground in Headquarters for Boft places, nud to Insure good drainage. Macadam denied tho usefulness of tlio foundation, nnd engineers nro yet divided on the question. Macadam's rulo for the size of tho Grain Drills, Fertilizer Cement, Mich. 'Cl fragments, termed road metal, was six 'igan Plnster, Salt, Li run Coal 01 GIVEN TO OUK- ounces in weight. A cube-- of ono and Duck Quack! ono-Iiacompact limestone by the Barrel, P aster Hair. inches of Doctor Vou lie!- - Time. weighs about six ounces. lloadways with tlio macadam top nnd A Depraved rotate. & witli or without tho Telford base may bo A judge up iii Utica who prides himself on Ills thorough knowledge of tlio constructed from a common dirt road. Brick, Plow Ilandles, Piee Flonrine The method for such work is described grocery trade, had up beforo him recenthand. Orders acly the case of n poor dovil charged with in n recent nrticlo in The Philadelphia companied by cash pr nip" variety of macadam roads stealing a llrkin of butter. Tlio jiulgo Ilccord. A ly 1111 4.1. was disposed to bo lenient with tho fel- aro now under way in tho vicinity of low until the latter declared that ho had Philadelphia, and this nrticle evidently treats the matter from a practical point WhimUIKM sampled all tho stock in tho establishOne of the ffVFilt" roil muv WuwE VCOICft Iill flPfcilU ment before stealing this particular llrkin. of view: lii T,T,riu. uur lamiurinre "In building n macadamized road from "H'm; let me see tho butter!" said his anrqtitlid, and tolnirodnrrour uiHorrMl v0wlll mikIi jtri honor, forthwith npplying somo to his n common dirt road it is essential that louxK lKKnx in each Ioflltr, abort Only- tbotc ho wriia lips. The whole court room watched tlio tho surface should bo scraped or excalot u, HI tout at one can maaa aur of IHI rv&w thachniict Allyonfaavatodoln proceedings with intenso interest, and vated in order to gi vo a good foundation return la to ahow our rood to CY saw tho judge mako n wry faco as ho for tho layer of thoaa who call your and thoaa around you, Tho ha broken stone. Tlio fairly shouted: atnatnr cf thlt adrfr1ltfnt ahowa tha amall and of lha tela earth is then thor"Twelvo months!" cop. 7fc follorrlnf cut ftvaa tha apptaranca fit redaead to ' "Twelvo months." said the prisoner's oughly tolled, in order to compact counsel, "what for'" "Total depravity, sir! I ought to liavo it and prevent tlie bout tti fiftieth rt of lu bulk. II U mud. dooll. ill I.I.. Kop, Urj t if ! M? lo carry. W will alo thowyou bow ru liro ken stone made it ten years at hard labor!" Amerran make froni &:l tofHOadajr at lean, from the aurt,wlth oul tiperirnre lletter writ, at once. We pof all eipreieeharrre from sinking too ican Grocer. AJJrrn.ll IIALLETT CO,, Uo HHO, 1'ourLA.ili, iltlKt deeply in tho soft TelTlio Ileal Chum) f tlio Quarrel, ! earth. If the Sympathizing Friend I am nlvvnys ford foundation IHE LOUISVILLE k ST, LOUIS ll LIKE, sorry when I hear of thero being any is used thustoncs, (!.. K.JkST. L. H. K.) discord in a family. What caused the which nro from tklfoiid. six to eight incites in size, are set in potrouble lietween you nnd your husband? Wifo (gloomily) A mere matter of sition on the rolled earth and covered SHORTEST, QUICKEST h with a layer of macadam metal, opinion. S. F. Absurd! I should think you broken sons to pass through a two nnd ANIlIlKST LINK TO inch ring. 'I Ms is then rolled would have more feense. A mere mutter one-hawith a steam roller, tlio pattern most of opinion. machine, W. A pinion, I said. A bird's wing commonly used living n and for my lint. It cost 20, and he was costing $0,000, though AND AM, POINTS machines are in use. mad. is found that the metal will South-Wes- t. "When it S. F. I guess, my dear, it wasn't the wing of the bird you quarreled alwut, not yield to the roller tho bed is ready for another layer of stone, which should but the bill. Boston Courier. be six inches deep in the center, sloping Tlio SlKiilllcanro of Kl. to the sides, ami again compactly rolled. in ?ffT Ran Ift liUte VieiU IU MUSVII Wik 11 1UUUI A top dressing of fine broken stone, usuAt a famous resort in Iowa an p.m. from Michigan was stopping. A lady ally tlio screenings from a crusher, nud f.v. Louisville H:i!kii,iii...l:(o'p tu...-t:I7:t5 " ...7:25 " of rtn inch ArrSl. Loui from the samo place, thinking "ex" a not exceeding U:50 p.m. Kvunavlllo 2:25 " prefix of honor, said to a friend in all in largest dimensions, is spread over tho For further Inforiniitlnii, cull on of mMrea, earnestness that tlio people of her dis- road to a depth of two inches. A steam trict thought so much of the senator roller will compact these screenings to a JOS S 0DI0RNE, Ocn'l Pais. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. for smooth surface and tlio road is ready that they had mado him nn B L. BRYANT, was probably too for travel. Tho rolling is facilitated and life. Tho Trav. Pag'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. much of nn invalid to enjoy the intended greater compactness secured if tho stono Unless a great is thoroughly sprinkled. compliment. West Shore. volume of traflic is to pass over tho road MACA.INE. with it, ''XCU7 J , MrieJ tin JrS Ironical. txcilltnt (oxtails, is a library it is not necessary to have tho metal a i itself. Young Johson (of Johson & Co.) Oh, foot thick, a depth of eight inches being It w,is iuJted a happy thought to prim ,ti. yes, ISrown is not a bad follow, hut he's suflicicnt for ordinary travel."' entire n ivel in each number. terribly sarcastic. The other day I asked In using tlio macadam on a common AW i short novelette, but a long ttoysucl. a you are used to g t in book foim and i him to lix mo up a nico motto to go over dirt road, without tho Telford founda,-tioWhat do you think ho tlio counter. from one doll ir to one dollar and a halffor. the metal is placed upon tho hard each number yon ge Not only thit, but wrote? rolled surfaco in a uniform layer not exan abund mte of other contributions, which g Chorus Give it up what? ceeding 0 Inches in depth. This layer is a food m igaiint hesid, t the nnvet. "Honest tea is the best policy," compactly rolled, and then another layer The ringing blows which hafe been slrm I or the f ttew iy of popular favor, have tesoiiitu Amciicau Grocer. of metal is spread on and treated in tho throughout the entiie land, and to day I pp i. same way, and so on until tho roadway cott's Magttine stmds in the front rain tj Ilcfoid lliry Quarreled. is completed according to Tho Record's tnon'hty and is the mot fw'i'ri "Why, darling, what can bo tho matter description of tho Telford road. liked of public ition of its Hi din t with these onions'" ho ejaculated ns he Tho great expuiuo of macadam roads 'or full descriptive tinman, add- - e teotlJ. pushed back his plate. conis an obstacle to their general adoption. m. i o.v.isk PhUadetp sco Tho young wife burst into tears. A method for reilucing tho expenso is $ oo per year, as t's, single numbi r. "There, I told the grocer they smelt suggested liy Tlio New York Journal of The publisher of this paper will receive .i -awful! And I soaked them in that nice Commerco in an editorial given below: tubscription. cologne you bought mo sinco yesterday "It would pay everywhere to construct morning, too!" American Grocer. tho best macadamized roads, and tho work should bo tindei taken by tho statu , Miiiloni Winter. wliero long thoroughfares aro required. Daughter (winter of 1889-0Oh, moWo liavo often suggested that it need ther! There's a lot of snow and ice out cost cry little if the convicts and crimof doors. inals who cannot ho given their liberty Mother Is there? Itiin right out after becauso of their unrestrained depravity ! breakfast ami bring in a lot nnd pack it wero employed at tlio task. This would Bargain:-Column- ! away. Liko as not it'll bo hot enough ciTect a doublo object. It would build for ico cream to morrow. New York splendid roads at email cost throughout Weekly. tho length and breidtli of the land, nnd A Mean Slur. For Spot Cash Only. it would tend to restrain crime. Jt is "I am from New York," ho remarked little hardship to tho burglar or the highas ho eased up on tlio flourish of his way man to keep him in a prison wliero namo in order to give the hotel clerk ho is well fed and clothed and better cared for on tho whole than tho average time to recover. "That's all right. Our detective will of honest laborers who support themI Do., lead pencils for 5 cts. keep his eye on you, and tho table silver selves. If ho was set to breaking stone 5 Quires Note pajic; for 25 cts. and road building in a chain gang, and is only plated anyway." Philadelphia 1 Set Goblets lor 25 cts. mado to cat his bread in the sweat of his Times. face, under a burning July sun or in tlie A good white si, nt iinlaiindied chill of winter, ho would not think that for 39 ets. A Dellratn Coinpltillolil. conviction of crirao was such a light "Has it not struck you. Ilerr LieutenGent's Undershirts for 39 cents ant, that for the first week or two one matter." worth 50 cts. baby is as liko another as two peas?" Koad Mending In Trance. The following is a partial list of the prizes. Others will be added as Wash Howels and Pitchers, best "Donnenvotter, Fraulein! if that is so, A writer in Harper's Weekly recently Stone China lor 85 cts. worth $1 00 we make arrangements for them, ., I feel immensely flattered at tho thought gavo tlio following description" of mendStone China Vegetable Dishes Two-hors- e that I resembled you once ill my lifeing a national road in France: "With One Farm Wagon, spring scat and. brake. , . ', tho beginning of October and tlio rainy several shapes time!" I'licgcnde lilncttcr. worth 15 20 30 I .10 One Suit of Furniture, three pieces, antique oak, very handsome. though season an inspector comes out Ciilillillng. for that matter ho is utmost always trav' will sell foi I2 15 20 j 30 One Gold Watch for either lady or gentleman. ., , , Ilobbs--IIobeling up and down followed by u largo fel13 a eelf confident Glass Lamps complete for 20, 25, gang of men, one or more steam rollers, low, isn't lie? - , One Sewing Machine complete, witli all the attachments. which, if tlio district is far from a town, 30, 35 cents. Dobbs Yes; he believes In himself ! ' 1 Set Glass Tumblers for ' pull after them gypsy vans in which the ' One Hundred Fruit Trees. 15 cts. thoroughly. men live. Tlio properly broken stono is Gold baiiUjCream Pitchers only ItobbsWhat a trusting disposition then spread evenly over tho road, tho One Suit Clothes. ., tri : that man must have! Somervillo Jourinterstices nro filled up with smaller 20 cents. One hundred Horse Books. Plain Sto'he China Cream Pitchstones nud pebbles, tlio refuse from.thb' 1 nal. larger stuif; over this is spread u la'y'cr ers 12 cts. Fifty cakes super triple-scenteToilet Soup,, Hit ICrrlni; Son, or ctmticy or ctaycy earth, wnicn nati Large size Stone China Pitcher Homo Missionary Does your son probeen carted and heaped thero in neat OiiQiLady's Saddle. cts. worth 50 cts. fess religion now? piles during thosummcr; what wo would 39 Two-qua' n A gold band pitchers Housewife No; bo's working for n call mush molly is mado out of tlio wholo One Man's Saddle, ' i . mass with water from tho gutter, which only 45 cents. gas company. Chicago Times. i''kr-'-.- ! ', One Plow. Unit-doze- n the engine of tlie roller pumps through a Glass Fruit Saucers . . . ""!W hose; tho steam roller next parades up for 18 cents. ..'. ' A ratal Mistake. s Uiiniirultfcil Uictionarv. atest edition. Une Webster and down over the surfaco for a day or Twos fatal I Slio will no'er forgl A. '. Glass Pickle Dishes cents. so, boards and guards arc put up to keep Huoli n uilstaUu as this; One Handsome Steel Engraving. t Glass Molasses Stan Js 20, 30 anp And I van never, wlillu I llvo tho passers liy from driving on tlio grass, I'lirgt't my cowardice. and by tho lnlildlo of winter tho wholo 40 cents, very cheap. Two Tuition Certificates in Evansville Business College. surface is perfect; bo perfect is it that in Glass Preserve Stands 15, 25 and. Nellie and I together sat One Scholarship in Commercial College, Lexington, Ky. a rido through tho Vosgcs in tlio early Nellie, horn I ndoruj 4 spring, although thero wero high snow 30 cents, a bargain. (I'll bet a new tea dollar lint One Lovcll Washing Machine. Wall Paper and Uorder to cover Htio'll hpuak to mo no niurul) bank3 on both sides, tlio road having been cleared, nnd although frost was a mudium sized room, only $1.00. The list is not near completed. Many other valuable and useful arI trlnl to Lisa her lips so red coming up out of tlie ground, it was comGent's Linen Collars only 10 cts. rorcver shall I ruo Itl ticles will be added from time to time as they come in easy to rido on a light blcyclo Linen Cull's per pair paratively "Just kU3 ma If you dare!" slio said. 15 cts. instead of being obliged to pull tho And -I didn't do it. Decorated Parlor Lamps for $2.00 The drawing will comp ofl'somc time in December or January next ; through a sea of mud." -- Ulctiard II. Titlicrlnfrton In Slunsey's Weekly. worth $3.00, we have not settled upon the exact date. The l'laco to Practice. Uncle Joo Atwcll was n grnlf sea cap-taiwith not much of nn ear for music, anil was somewhat nnnoyed by the vigor with which his nieco pounded tlio piano. Slio had taken n. notion to attend one or other of tho conservatories of music, and bo sho naked: "Undo Joe, wltcrc's n good place to learn tlio pinno?" ho replied "On n raft, In explosively. Exchange. mid-ocean- TO CHANGE DIRT ROAD TO MACADAM Shall Coiivlet K'llmr llo Kmplojf'd lit Ilimil MukliiE? NOTICE EXTRAORDINARY! W. W. BROOKS, THU BROTfflIDi$ flUff 3-I3.1sr- l'or-trnl- 'mmmsm 3R I I V v. . WW?' w GREGORY & CO., m wmm $300 TO $500 Paid Up Subscribers Reapers and Mowers, lf Pine Poplar Shingles HhbL uW All old subscribers who Pay Up to date and One Year in advance to have a ticket in our Drawing if SpI 15-to- u 20-ton It Ho tottery etae six-inc- lf three-quarte- You get value received for your money St, Louis, Evansville in one of the Best County Papers published in the State, and then we give ,you a ticket West and which entitles you to a chance in the drawing. We have adopted the Drawing method of distributing the Presents, because it is the only fair way of doing it. ul $ J -- 'i-- PLAN OF DRAWING. u, w-t- publ-cation- read-and- -t 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 urn rrs 0) BABBAGE'S One will draw from the box taining the tickets the other from the box containing the prizes. A ticket will be drawn out and at the same time a prize If the prize drawn out is the Wagon, the & Watch, the Suit of Furniture, or any one of the prizes, it will go to the person holding the number of the first ticket drawn out and so on until all the tickets are drawn out. drawing. LIST OF PRIZES J J I bs f d rt ""'",' ' ' -- ' a f' 1 "ri i I- mn-chin- e Klijojll.i; Mro. Olive I: VI '. "That qua. nl.ioiiie ..lis. jVncu is '' ' ' crazy." wonder, she was ulw "No giving somebody a piece of her mind." New York Sun. Sol nilesr-Isynur 1.1 !. Turkish prunes only 3 16 pound. for if 1. 00. 5 cents a Pounds dried peas for 10 cts. Pounds New Orleans sugar im tli rjiiiinliU. job permanent? Merrill I should wiy it was. I'm secretary of a commilteu that is raising money tnliull.l a monument. Now York Sun. Couuh Itrtnedipn, but only one ' Certain Cough Cure." See tbat the trade mark ' C. C 0." is on bo blown in llie bo tie. Sold by G. W. Short. , wrar-pera- J There are many ' Try our hams, the finest in the ' market. A splendid mixed tea' for 50 cts. a pound. The llitncKKNitniGK Nitws, Weekly Courier-Journa- l and a ticket in our Grand Gift Distribu-tion- , for $2,00. . . , nd Glass Tumblers only set. pcrpound. Try our blended tea. , , Only 50c. ' 15 It will be conducted in a public hall (Fisher's) in this city and opeti to everybody to sec tbat it is carried on fairly and impartially.-- ' It will be one of the biggest things that ever happened in this town The people of Breckcnridgc and Meade counties will all be interested and we expect a thousand or more of them to be here upon that occasion. If they are not interested now, they will,be before the lime comes. Wc want 3,000 subscribers before the year is out, and must have them, v Now is your.time to subscribe. Only $1.00 a year, and a ticket in our L GaKtur Gift Distribution. Parties living at a distance should enclose ii. lfc 2.cciitJtam'p for return of ticket. -i- 'i i&-(. ft v cts. per vk JUJOLjW. Jl. JJilliiSAttK. EDITOR and PUBLISH Elt, V ""v '"V