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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890081301_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. isr THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS vol! iH , ,(, xv.?- - i 'U 'H CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1890. toward IjiUnlusky, fhoTuliind Queen luSTJod alongside. It was night, but tho moon shono and.the huplc.s passengers saw from their island refuge that the Istantl Queen was soon sent adrift and the I'hllo I'an-on- s disappeared in tho shadowy distance. Beall bore his vessel diiectly for tho gun boat Michigan and approached within can. non raiuVe. Now for the shore end of tho .plot. Colo had agreed to Invite the olllcors or tho Michigan to a late banquet in Sandusky, to bribo the engineer ulid have him. 'hold a carouso with tha crew, on board; alsoto liavoa few darlngrfleatj'erx among tho Confederate prisoners off Johnson's Island awaiting the attack on the Michigan, ready to arouse tho mass, of their com rades and make an outbreak nt a given Blgnal, Kcnnaou shot by Beall through the officers' quarters on tho island. A preliminary to all of this was to be a rocket signal sent up on shore by ono of Colo's aids, as au announcement to Beall that everything was ripe for the finishing Idow. This signal failed to uppean The Confederate leaders at the prison were alert, awaiting Benll's announcement by a cannon shot that he had successfully boarded tho Michigan. (Bcall awaited Cole's announcement " that the Michigan's 'crow, which outnumbered his force five to ono, had been "fixed" and made comparatively helpless for defenso. When the hour passed and no signal appeared Beall began to calculate his chances of success as things stood. Ills vessel was run so closo to tho gunboat that le could hear voices on board of her If the' plot hod been discovered he might expect a hostile demonstration from fho Michigan. As tho moments passed and no movement was mado on the gunboat he decided to risk everything, board her at all hazards and strlko for Johnson's Island at n venture. In this crisis an for event dashed his high resolves suddenly to tho ground. Tho crow of the l'lillo Parsons met his orders with a mutinous prptest against further proceeding. Tho absopco of tho shore signals was interpreted by thorn as u warning that the' plot had been discovered. A spokesman of the party brought forward a protest writ-(e- n on tlje blank side of a bill of lading found on the boat and signed by sovonteen out of eighteen of hla men. It read: On Boars Tne rnuo Parson. I Sept- - SO. 1801. We, the undersigned, crew of the boat afore said, tako pleasure In expressing our admiration of tho Rontlemanly bearing, skill and courage of Capt. John Y. Beall as a commanding officer and a gentleman, but believing and being well convinced that the enemy b already apprised of pur approach and U so well prepared that we cannot by any osslblllty make It a success, and having already captured two boats, n e respectfully decllnu to prosocuto it any further. NO, 3. .S ANTES,' CHICKEN ; TOE LAKE RAIDER. E SOME ,CF THE CAUSES. Iteitfotia Why I'urmor Do Nut and (it Muh Any lleaduy. C'uu-- n MAMOJSHBILTIH y Cholera Cure!' IV Jl Scl2E.THE NORTHERN j?i. 13 ATTEMPT TO BORDER. I oh ii Y. cull tho LcnilorSctiurc of Two by CopferturAtofttln Din Mutiny. Failure 'fnntl tho Iako Stcnmo bui riot. Qnllowa. Copyright by American Preaj Association. STltlKING In. itary authorities at Fort Columbus, New York linrbor, on tho 21th of stunco of, a brave limn feolng wrong Is ptvucntetl In the cuso of John Y. Beall, wliowus by tho mil Feb-runr- y, Thousands of dollars worth ot chickens die every year from Choi- era. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy that positivtl) cures it has been made, and to becon vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A soncents bottle lsjenojiglTfor" one hundred' chickens, if is guaranteed, If, after usingtwo thirds of a bottle, the buyerjisnotjtljproughly satisfied with it as a cure JorfCh'icken Cholera, return it to tHeundersigncd and your money will be refunded. For sale by KEVER 1605. Bcall pro-mot- er was the chief G. W. Short. 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Both ladlaa'and iipt a atxct, with works idiTciiii of 'tquai vaiua. uxe rissojito each locamr can aecara on free, toretber with oar larra i valuabltlinaof IlouaehaliI FMnMnlia. Thata aamnlee. ae well IrlAMTlfW T7tha watch, art free. All tha work rot. oar ..d do U ibow what wa eend Toil t thoaa who call-r- nulla frlanda and nelchbora and thoea about In raluabla trade for ui , which hold! forcarl when once tarttd, and thua wa are repaid.- - Wa pa all eipreee, frafiht, etc. Aftar can to work for o know all. If rou wooM ilka to aarn from 8JBO to 0O wr week and npwarde. Addreee, BVHiaBBahQir..fr iii". rncc c tinvr UdV&ftN nv&$ aaftNnliil FREE. .v ttIU wmwm) WIKIfeiMrr r Ntlnaon A. Co., JJox 818, l'ortlund, Maine, .; Chicago & ONLY Return $7.00. h Via C. H. & D. and MORON ROUTE From Cinciunnti, nml one cent per nillo for tho round trip from all stations south Occasion of tho PATRI-- . of Dcshler. ARCHS MIEITANT and I. 0. 0. F. MEETING. Tickets on snlo August Gth mulGth good returning until'August 11, 1890. Also Excursion Tickets nt Ono Faro for tho Hound Trip from snuio points will bo on lo, August 11,1800. For further information nddress jicareat Agent 0. II, & D. , It. E. 0. McCOltMICK, General PafaBengcr and Ticket Agent the olTcnsp for which he suffered was that of acting as n spy. The judge advocate of lliccburt which condemned him described him as ono whom violent shorn of hla natlvo elements of manliness, and led .him to commit deeds which to have oven suspected him capablo at nn cfjrjicjf; stage lnhls career "would ijiavo been a calumny nnd n crime." llenll was'n young Virginian and had been wounded, early In the conflict., As muster In the Confederate niivy he for ttomo time led a daring lifo as" a "Swamp Aligel" on tho lower Potomac, destroying Union commerce on Chesapeake bay and contiguous waters. Whllo engaged in this work ho planned a lako raid, but failed to get his government to sanction tho project until 1801, when tho northwestern Confetleracy movement, of which Jacob Thompson was the head, made it fit In with the necessities of the Canadian conspirators. Thompson and bis gang wanted a foothold on Union soil near the northern bonier. Ono of their cherished plans was an uprising of the notorious Sons of Liberty at Chicago, during the Democratic national convention in Au gust, 1801. This was a fiasco, and Thompson turned his attention seriously to the lakes. About this timo Ouall arrived at Sandusky, O., with authority to proceed on his raiding enterprise. Thompson had prepared tho way for him by a careful Investigation of the lako defenses, through an emissary located at Sandusky Capt. Charles II. Cole, formerly of Morgan's raiders. Cole was supplied with means to entertain and bribo such Union odlclals as might bo of bcrvlce to the Confederacy, and ho finally concluded that tho control of tho lakes could be secured by tho capture of the gunboat Michigan, tho solo defender of tho waters, and tho lllxratloii of the Confederate prisoners at Camp Douglass, Chicago, and at Johnson's Island, in Sandusky bay. Thompson gavo Colo authority' to capture tho Michigan, and appointed Ileall to aid him. It was arranged between Colo and Deall that the former would remain at Sandusky ami by bribing some of the men on the Michigan, and by preparing the prisoners on Johnson's Island for an outbreak. The Michigan lay off the island. The date was fixed for the night of Sept. 19, and Beat! wont to Canada to organlzo a force, hazarding everything, as will be seen, on the success of his confederate, who at the decisive moment, when Bcall's attacking party should arrive off Sandusky, was to make rocket signals from Johnson's Island that the cxpectctl aid was a certainty. Beall bccurcd tho services of Acting Master Bonnet Q. Hurley, of tho Confederate navy, a Southern rcfugco in Canada, he having escaped from Union captivjty at Fort Delaware at shortr time iHjfore, and cightcqii Confederate soldiers of similar history.' foofc pas3age-o- n the Philo I'.tr.-n.- i i, a lako steamer running between Detroit and Sandusky. Considerable ingenuity was displayed in embarking this force without causingsupplclon. Bur-lewent o: board at Datrult and secured passage f Jr himself uiul throe frlonds, who were to jolu'h'ini at' Sand'vlch, Canada. Sandwich was not ustopping place, but tho vessel was slowed up alongside tho dock and Hurley's friends, Beall among them, sprang on board. At Maldou. Canada, in a crowd of,iqver twenty passengers, thero woro sixteen more of the party, two of them carryingVirj old trunk tied with a rope. Everything, went on ns usual during tho day unlit 4 o'.clock in tho uftornoon, when the boat was four miles from the Ohio shpre. had gono ashoro at a laud' The capt-dlog near Detroit, loavlng tho boat In charge of tho clerk, Ashloy. Ashley was standing in front of tho ofllco on tho main deck, and without a moment's warning was confronted .bythroo mon with drawn rovolvcrs, who ihrcUtonctj'to shoot him If he offered resistance. Simultaneously Burlcy, followed by a number of men, approached from the forward part of the boat, leveled a revolver at Ashley and said: "Get Into that cabin (ladles' cabin) or you are a dead man." Ashloy compiled, and two men with revolvers took their stations at the door as guards. Thou tho old trunk, which lay on tho deck in plain view, was opened and Burloy's mon armed themselves from Its contonts with revolvers and hatchets. Burley commanded tho lower deck. Mcanwhilo Beall, who had boon In conversation with the mate at the wheel, drew a revolver on that ofllcer and said: "I tako possossloa of this boat in the name of the Confederate States." Tai-'p.iry y but technically leader of the Lake' Erie raid In 1801, antl.he Bcall argued and pleaded with tho men, and In this was supported by Burley and one other, but he was powerless to enforce obedience. Tho crow insisted that the death penalty awaited them If captured, and they felt certain that such would bo WAlTIXa FOU THE SIGNAL. HUGHES' SURE CURE FOR -- in Pf02ri'lnr4 have muni Utteri We thetes BETTERTHAN QUININE. Mr. M. SI. Kestcrson. Uonoy Co., Ark,, say j : "lean certify to tho faot that Hughe Tonlo li the bent chill tnnlJ I ever tried. I consider U better than quinine." CURES CHRONIC CASES. Mr. II. W MoDonald, Laurel Hill Mill., rltcj ; 'Your Hughe' Tonlo for chilli and fever bin nover failed vot and I bavo told It to a number of chronic easel, It ouroj- them evcrjr ttue." Tonic and takeKcOther Ask for PRICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE. Small Size, 50 Cents. For 30 Years a Success. Ilea it tlilat Toolliuoiijr llion THY IT for Vournolf. My ROBINSON - PETTET XjOuUvllle, ICy. 1'EKfABID BY CO., For Bale by Druxfeit. jVotlco the label en your paper and this tueuth. oc iryoiir tlHiooxplrc 'lit about and' headed lor Middle Bass t&Iaud, in Ohio waters, ten miles from ihoru. Jlcro the passengers nnd reg nlar crew' were put on shore. Whllo the Philo Parsons was lying at the dock a small pasHcngcr stcainor, the Island Queen, came nlougsldo and Bcall's men immediately boarded and tvizod her, bringing the unarmed pasoeugcrg, including thirty-twUnion soldiers, and crew as prisoners to the Philo Parsons. The boats remained there some time, and finally all of the Imprisoned passengers and crews of both vessels were sent ashore and the Philo Par-tonwith licr.Confednrnto crew, steamed o s, "i take rbsscssiok or THIS BOAT." Under lieill's direction the vessel was stroyed. The scene now changes to Union soli. On tho night of the 15th of December, 1801, the engineer on an eastern bound express train on tho Krio railroad between Buffalo and Dunkirk. wv a railroad rail across the track, In front of his engine, and hud tlmo to reverse and strlko tho obstruction at reduced speed und without severe damage. Tho next night two policemen nt the New York Central depot, Niagara City, arrested twd susptclous men who were about to take tho curs for Canada. Beall was ono of thorn, and though ho mads some at tempt to deny his identity ho was sent to New York city and accused of the lake raid und of tho attempt at train wrecking. Ashloy, the clerk of tho Philo Parsons, and ono of the passengers named Weston, and also a confederate in tho attempt on the train, identified him und furnished ample evidence for a coso. The train wrecking entcrpriso was doubtless a last resort by Bcall to Bccura funds for the prosecution of his plans on the lake. Five mon were engaged in It-Martin nnd Lieut. Hcadlcy, of Morgan's command; Beall, a lad named George S. Anderson, who had seen service In the Confederate army and was a rcfugco in Canada, and another, unknown. Anderson was a volunteer train raider, und stated in his testimony that the four Martin, Ilcudloy, Bcull and himself rendezvoused at Buffalo some days previous to the attempt of Dec 15. Martin was the chief, and on the night of the 15th the rail was placed before the train by tho entire party. The explanations made to Anderson, who seems to have been looked upon by the others as an luno-ceu- t, enthusiastic helper, was that the express car was to bo robbed of a large amount of money. The party lay hidden near tho track when the train struck, and seeing that the damage was only trifling they hastened to Buffalo Hud secreted themselves. Subsequently it was arranged to cross Suspension bridge on foot and reach Canada soil und there await a train on the Great Western road for Toronto. Martlu, Hcadlcy und the unknown sot out alone, but .Beall, who was with them at the time, remained behind to hunt up young Anderson, who had somehoWbtruycd from his companions. While the two, Beall having found the lad, were awaiting tho train ut 'Niagara City the arrest took placo, purely on suspicion. Anderson's testimony undoubtedly swore away Bcall's life. He was arraigned ori two charges, violation of tho laws of war and lusting as a spy. His defense was that his acts had bceu justifiable acts of war, and, If confined to his uttempt on tho gunboat Michigan und tho Johnson's Island prison, the plea might have had weight. But uvery circumstance likely to weigh in tils favor, his education, his noblo bearing, Ids manly conduct toward the captives ou the Philo Parsons and the Island Queen, was lost sight of iu tho appalling railroad t irror that had been planned with such :ool deliberation and with no purposo evident other than robbery robbery at the sicrlilco of scores und hundreds of innocent' Col. tho end of It all. Tho boat was then run to tho Canada shore, abandoned and de- Everything a farmer has tosell is very low; everything, or ut lenyit nearly everything;! thut tho farmer lias to buy, is com paratively high. Wheat over n largo proportion of tho region in which it is produced brings tho raiser but fifty cents per bushel. , Tho prico of grain harvesters and tolf binders, however, remains tho BJino u when wheat was worth $1 a bushel in the placo whero it was raised. Tho Bamo is tho coso with tho plow that turned tlm furrow, tho harrow that pulverized tho soil anil tho seeder that put in the crop. Everything that Is turned off from tho farm is very cheap, but everything that is turned out from tho factory is dear. Tho old scalo of prices for farm products has all been changed, but the Mjnle l prices for tho products of manufuctoiics remains unchanged. Bvef, mutton and wool nro all low, but peats ntul wire necessary to fe'uco n'rlast- aro cobi as iiiucn as uiey ever inu. mo cost of proem ing materials and putting themjtogether so us to afford protection to nuinulu during storms and in winter has no: been reduced with all tho decline ill f.irnt products. Tho prico of cloth u not affected appreciably by tho fall ir. vool. A farmer may get a small prico for the hides ho lias to dispose of, but ho pay, a high prico for tho boots, shoca and )i iruess that ho is obliged to purchase. I'iratocs aro cheap, but th'j bags in vrtuci they aro put and tho wngcu that is used for taking them to market cot nn much as when jiotatocs broiijfht twice tho money thoy do at present. It ki ulso noticcublo that the rate3 of transportation nnd tho commission merchant's charges for fcclllug them aro as as when potatoes brought $1 a buchel. Foi ncrly tho prico of articles required for food governed tho prico of almoot all other articles. Tho prico of almost everything was governed by that of wheal, us that was regarded as tho most important of all products. All this is changed now. Fanners have nothing to do in reguluting prices.' Thoy tako what L offered for their products. Thoy aro too numerous und too widely scattered to combine Tho prico of nearly uvery articlo they mo obliged to purch:ite, however, is regulated by associations and combinations fanned among manufacturers Tho muMifuctuiif? nearly every important article co.V.uo to limit production and keep up pnees. They even combino to prevent tho establishment of manufactories similar to their own. In many departments of manufacturing thero is no comietition between different establishments. A uniform scalo of prices is ndopted, which is rigidly adhered to. In many cases our patent laws and tariff system ennblo them to establish nml perpotuato tho most oppressive monopolies. Tho western farmer learns tho prico of wheat nnd pork by reading the market re'ibrtsof Liverpool. Ho gets no information about the prices of cloth and articles mado from iron and steel by consulting the quotations in tho pa'iers of Manchester, Sheffield und Biiminglium. These quotations nro of no valuo in this country, except it may bo to cnablo our enterprising manufacturers to doublo tho figures. Tho producers of articles of food in this country nro obliged to compete with tho producers of similar products in overy part of tho world, but our manufacturers, whoso goods farmers aro obliged to have, liavo no competition except among themselves. As before stated they generally muuugo to prevent such competition. With such ctato of affairs it is no great mai'vcl that farmers uro not prosperous. Qrango Advocate. h-'j- t NejmdHnstitu te .:" jt, GREGORYS CO., HeArfq'inrterg for r c r t -- TM Reapers and Mowers, Oram Drills, Fertilizer Cement, Mich- ican Plaster, Salt, Lime, Conl Oil by ilin Barrel, Planter Hair, LOCATKD AT Hardinsburg, Breckonridge County, Ky. OPPIOBB-- S : JAMES BISHOP, President, Hardinsburg, Ky. J. B.HENSLKY, Secretary, " Dr. A. M. KIN'CIIEIjOE. Treasurer " " " J. B. BUZBY. 'JAMES B. GAItDXEIt, L IlOAItD OF TItUSTKES. Pine Hiick. & Poplar Shingles vs Uandlpg, Pire Flooring kept on hand Orders accompanied by cash promptPlow ly filled. a S2L C3i. ttVITTttlC OTVtUTT ,4 , B I 1 i - ij-- -- 11 , , Luugunge and Science. I). P. TAYLOK. Mathematics and l'rin. Intermediate Department. Elementary Department. Primary Department. MISS LINN'IE HASWEI.L, Vocal nnd Instrumental Music. i t MBS. VIOLA 8IIACK.LETT, Brush Painting and Crayon. N. C. MOSELEY, M. I)., Lecturer on Physiology, Anatomy nnd Hygiene. JAMES G. HASWELL, LL. 1.., Lecturer on Political Science and Literature. Duties divided between the Primary and Intermediate Teachers. To be supplied. i, . -UlTAf'rvI.KTT Vrinnitml ., . ............. - To euro Biliousness, Sick Hcadacho, Const!- patlon, Malaria, Liver Complaints, tako tho safe and certain remedy, SMITH'S f i rfP BILE BEAN bottle). THEV AllB Hurdinshiirg, the county seat of Breekenridge county, is a beautiful town of about 800 inhabitants. It is located on tho Fordsvillu branch of the L., St. L. & T. U. B., about sixty miles from Louisville. It may, also, be reached via Clovcrjiort, n town on the Ohio river, from which point we have it daily stage line. The people are kind and hospitable, so that the pupils will find pleasant homes among them. LAra)i0 tTp thojSMAIX SUo the most convejjiemt. Sultablo Mo, all per vrlco of cither ior 23c. ABo. Ilottle. (lOUttleJJcansto tho ?! 5frZ .! 7. '""4 '" " J.r.!HIIHC0.Jlicriof"BILKBEA.3,,-$T.l0UI- (" 4 or.lamp.). MO. First Term Third Fourth Fifth CALENDER FOR of second Term ten weeks opens Monday, Sept. 1st, " " " " Xov. 10th, Jan 10th, " riilMAllY COI'IISK. 189091. 18!K) 18!K) Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co. eight Mnr. 1801 .TOtli, 1801 June 8th, 1801 COURSE OF STUDY. Bending To tho Fourth Header ; Spelling Words found in Bending, nnd 400 selected words ; Arithmetic To Common Fractions; Geography Oral Lessons ; Writing The Small Letters and the Capitals; Grammar-D- rill on Pints of Speech; Composition Write on Simple Subjects. Bending Fourth and Fifth Beatlers; Spelling Words found in Beading, and Spelling from Spelling Book ; Arithmetic Completed to Discount ; Grammar Syntax and Parsing; Mental Arithmetic; Writing; Composition To Style ; Geography Western Hemisphere ; Civil Government Histoiy of tho Government and legislative Department ; History To the Bevolution; Physiology Including the Bony, Muscular, Digestive and Circulatory Svstems. Bending Sixth Bender ; Spelling 800 Selected Words ; Elementary Arithmetic Completed ; Harvey s Grammar Completed ; Composition Completed; Geography Completed; History Bevioued nml Completed; Civil Government Reviewed and Completed ; Physiology Completed. Bending, Penmanship, Orthography, Higher Arithmetic, Elementary Algebra, English Grammar, Geography, Blietoric, Physiology, Physics, Zoology, History, Civil Government nnd Pedagogy. Single nnd Double Entry Commission, Stenm-boatinBanking, English Grammar, Penmanship, Spelling, Business Correspondence, Commercial Arithmetic nnd Commercial Book-keepin- TIME SCHEDULE, Tiihiiig Effect At 5:00 o'clck A. U., Sunday, Feb. S3, Wt4l Hound asro. 15. ELEMENTARY COURSE. Traint STATIONS. Rut Hound Train) MAIL AND "1L 8.2D AND Kxruuss. 8.05am kxfrkss. Lv...UnlonDepot,f,oui'e..Ar. 1.10pm Kentucky Stnet 12.55 Alms Home Pleasure Ridge Park Valloy Meadow Lawn Klver View West Point.... Hock Haven... hong liranch... llrandenburg .. Kkron INTERMEDIATE COURSE. 9 00 i .12 9.11 9.52 10 02 12.15.. 11.53.. 11.44am 11.34 .. 11.23 .. TEACHERS' COURSE. BUSINESS COURSE. 10.13 10.23 10.32 10.47 10.56 11.01 11 10 ics, Geometry, Trigonometry. Analytics, Surveying, Engineering, MechanEnglish Grammar, Blietoric, Chemistry, Physics, Geology and Mineralogy. ENGINEER'S COURSE. 11.18 11.34 11:39 12.04pm 12.19 12.30 12.47 12.5'J 1.0H 1.3(1 1 HI 11.52au Guston Irvington Webster I.odiburg Pierce Sample Stcphomport ... Holt Cloverport.... Shops Skillman HawesWIIo.. .,., 11.15, 11.05.. 10,57.. . . 10.47 .. 10.37.. 10.30 . 10.19.. 10.10 9.55 .., 9:50 .. 9.39 J U m 'Sir , 23 .. Blietoric, Logic, English Literature, Metaphysics, Ethics, Physics. Chemistry, Physiology, Zoology, Botany, Geology, History, Politics, Civil Government, Political Economy, International Law, Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Analytics, Mechanics, Astronomy and Calculus. Includes the Scientific Course, Latin Language and Literature, Greek language and Literature. SCIENTIFIC COURSE. Falcon Lcwt'port Powers Pates Arr. . 9.(19.. 8.5fi ,. 8.30..' 8".2S .. Owcnsboro CLASSICAL COURSE. and 1.57 2 06 .. . 2.20rMArr Stanley Worthington Snottsvlllo IJaskctts Henderson .Lve 8 11am , .45 .. 7.34 .. 7.14 .. 7.05.. Lve 6,50am Tho work in tlieso courses will embrace a thorough and systematic drill in tho public school branches, so that pupils regularly completing tlieso courses will be eminently fitted for any of the other courses. Tho instruction wjll be so given as to dovolop all the powers of tho mind evenly in their natural order, and the subjects will be so analyzed as to enable the pupils to retain the greatest amount possible and, at the same time, utilize what he knows. The PuiMAitv, Ei.eme.nt.miy REMARKS ON COURSES. and Intkiimeihatk CoUltSES. M urn iFii" T.IiRTak ONLYS IF at TTTWiI .11 ecu 0 I 1 vuutiigi 4o0u7a.naiU.ina. I ri X 1 Brron or Exmiui in Old or Young. itbtt ill. flailMA.MIOOD fatly 10tterd. I low an J n imirilHof OeoeraUndNEHVOUS DEBILITYj WiTinnnn. AtxtluUl a tabular rvA.. llllllalaa ilWWKiK.t.DKT.IrkDOIllUKBAriHTHOKfiODr. mmA ttartt Col. Thomas expresses tho belief election bill may frighten the white farmers' of tho south away from their prbgrammo of nlloviuting tho condition of tho agriculturist through political uiethodH. , of Georgia, thut tho federal U. S. Hall', lecturer for. tho Farmers' and Luborcia' Union of Missouri, says the organization has 171,872 members in tho statu nnd is rapidly growing. Hero QuOer peoplo Queer world nro men nnd women by thousands Buffering from all sorts of diseases, bearing all manners of pain, spending their all on physicians anil "getting no better, but nither woreO," when right at hand thero'B a remedy which says it can help them because it's helped thousands liko 1 1 The time is here, when a teacher can no longer sit in tho school-hous- e six hours per day, drawing his salary at the end of each month, and be retained as n teacher. No teacher will, in a short time; be recognized who is not up with his work nnd who does not grovv with it. This courso has been arranged especially for the teachers of this and adjoining counties, so as to moro thoroughly fit them for their work and to enable them to procure county cerThoy receive, not only a thorough und practical knowledge of tificates. the branches taught, but also special methods of presenting thoso branches to their pupils. Tho largo experience! of tho Principal in instructing teachers and con- , ducting-Institutesand the success with which his labors have been attended at this point, during tho past year, warrants him in asserting that The last term of eight weeks will satisfaction can bo given in this course. be devoted entirely to teachers desiring certificates and better grade Pupils may enter at any timo during tho term, nnd they will bo charged nt tho rules of SJ.'JO per month for the remainder of tho time, always in advance. .,iii TEACHER'S COURSE Dcr1plh Uoek, fiitUa.Uva n1ld (ttilHITr. Udrew ERIE MEDICAL CO., QUFFALOj N. Y. lr.l. t and prof I J a. . ' fhiTisccwcn ron KVO MILES-vL- ami tu intr.Ktiicp o r Dnriia u. ri.tr rw-- l. w will .mill 1. r k luiixr; I ln.aili I.H.lllr, ; a abort Ulih IIimm Mho wrll oueprau maka aura if - uaaa m tulitat EMrl!t chmira Allyouliaietuilolii rfuro l to how our pond, fo HrlKhSorl tho.a who tall and thoi around you i n he. Y jrfnnlnr of lliia adrrrtiMmrnt now, int imati rna or int eope. Tbt followlnf ml iv In arptarauca of II rrduetd to sir piii:vi"i'ri.Bi 2 111 ifii!t'a III. Our farihilc. ara the w !':. CYC llr about tha Aftlcth part orlta bulk It It a crand, doublo lia l.n. IH aUoabowou how rou acop,ai Ursa ai li tair tocarrjr"W"a can maka from HU to 41 1 0 a day at trait, from tha tart.wltli "Anothor them. advertisement," you say. Yes but not patent-medicin- o This courso will bo in chnrgo of Miss Linnie Haswell, who lias so conducted the class during tho past year. Comments upon her ns nn accomplished lady nnd an experienced teacher would bo out of pluco hero, as her reputation as a teacher is well established. Practice will bo combined with theory, nnd no pupil will bo permitted to pursuo this course without u rigid prosecution of the theory of music Besides the daily class drills, lectures will bo delivered from time to timo on tho various subjects taught, and to test moro thoroughly tho pupils' power and knowledge, thoy will bo required to outline, to write essays and to deliver addresses on all subjects taught. No examination will be required on entering. No reAll tuition payablo in advance, unless otherwise arranged. In no instanco will money duction for absence unless caused by sickness. bo refunded, but n duo bill good nt any tlmo will bo given. Pupils will not bo permitted to "loaf" around on tho streets, but will No pupil, will bo bo required to attend to nil duties placed upon them. permitted to bo absent from recitation without the permission of tho i'Hncipal. $1 .CO per month. Tuition in Primary courso " - L'.OO " " Elementary courso - " - - 2.40 " " Intermediate courso " 3.20 " " Other courses Painting lessons in oil 50 cents per lesson. Portrait painting $10.00 for fivo lessons. Instrumental music with instrument $4.00 per month. Tuition payablo in advance for ten weeks if not otherwise arranged. MUSICAL COURSE. outaipcrltnra ltrttrr wrllaatanct Wa payalltiprtMcharr" AdJnil.ll IlALLErTfcCOl)oi HBO, I'OKTLAXU, Maim. ZlH'ltiCOTT'S MAGAZINE, with it, (oiilentt, it a library Tho medicine is Dr. Pierce's Goldeiv Medical Discovery, nnd it's different from tho ordinary nosof tho ordinary sort. LECTURES. trum in this : It does what it claims to do, or it costs REGULATIONS. you nothing I Tho way is tills: You pay your druggist S1.00 for n bottle. You read the directions, and you follow them. You or you don't. If you do, you buy nnotherbottle, nnd perhaps another. If you don't get better, you get your And tho queer thing is money back. that so many peoplo aro willing to bo sick when tho remedy's so near nt hand. U itself. It was indeed a haffy thought it print an entire novel in each number. Not a short novelette, but a long story such as you are used to get in book form and pay from one dollar to one dollar and a halffor. Not only that, but with each number you ge' an abundance of 'other contributions, tehUA gives yvu a good msgatint besides the novel. The ringing blows which have been struct en thcgatnoiy cf popular favor, have resoundij Lippin-colt'throughout the entire land, and Magatine stands in the front rant ij monthly publications, and is the most widely publication of its kind in fn world. For full descriptive circulars addi ess MAGAZINE, Philadelphia LIPPINCO 3 oo per yean as c Is. single number. The publisher of this paper'witl receive y ue s rr$ tubscrfption. SIX SPLENDID STORIES! M Yd lives. Gf.oiiok I Kilueu. A daughter of Gen. Lyon, tho Conreaders, younp necticut hero who eerved in tho Mexicnn or old. Th nml civil wars, nnd who left all his propfirst of the sererty to tho government to assist in curryies is a charm ing on tho latter war, 1ms been found ing Now England romance entitled serving aa a cook in a frriulora' camp near Denver, Colo., whoro her husband, nn ATONEMENT." invalid, was u workman. It is stated, also, that tho wifo of Lincoln's first priCaro-LouiBy Clark. vate secretary, Frank Milton, is cook "HER n Ha so JW vJrti Xi WO Will BOOT commence, ia these column, tho publication of a eerie of copyrighted Novelettes by popular ers, writ- ot Hoarding can bo had in private families, ot hotels or from $2.00 to $2.50 per week. Boom rent nt from 40 cents to 50 cents ier week. The' pupils may find pleasant homes in any of tho following fuml. lies: Mrs. Amanda Smith, Mrs. Moreman, Mrs. Vessels, Joo Buzby, nnd Mr. Will Bennl ani D. II. Severs havp beon keeping boarders tho past Board and tuition need not cost moro thnn $28.00 per term of ten year. WCCk8- . BOARD. delight all out that will The Eclectic Series will bo used in tho Primary, Elementary and Intermediate courses, and in other dejwrtments almost any text look on tho subject will do, as the subject, and not tho book, will bo taught Wo hold that tho truo province of school is to teach pupils how to think nnd to retain as much n posslblo of that which is studied. Tho success with which our hibors at this placo linvo been attended proves that satisfaction has been given, nnd as long ns wo merit your good will nnd patronago wo beg for n liberal sharo of it. For further information apply to tho Principal, at Hardinsburg, Breckinridge county, Ky. , TEXTBOOKS. on tho steamer St. Croix, on n western river. LOOK OUT F0TtI$E $T0RIE$. Jf: mgmvmmifwmfmmm W"FHfrw?lWBr'r,?p Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST "jNO.D.BABBAGE 13, 1890. I,., si. Ii. A:T. I.ocnt Time Mill and Exnrest going East Expr-us !nrl. a.m. a.m. . in. n. in. ii " Went Eat Rut 9 55 -- II. S4 5. U Ml AS Lieil - .M TO OJIll C!MtUnslMIr.."TS. Went Frt'it Wrtt II 11 p.m. it. tn. Now that tho delegates to tho Constitutional Convention haw been elected and will nsseinblo nbout the first of September, Breckenridge county wants We to furnish the clerk for that body. offer a candidate in the .person of Mr. Jas. K. Stone, n gentleman thoroughly equipped and qualified for the work. Ho lias served two terms as clerk o'tho Kentucky house of Repr sentatives gave universal servics where his satisfaction. We think he is the man for this iKwition. f ft C3rIjEI3Srr5EK.3E. ZECY. Get the nemi mid net nnthlii't hut the new W rv- - "V- - made such a poor showing in an election What is here for many, many, years. Where is tin trouble'' the matter? Tiiuur. are b'ix kinds of g.io money in Republicans may be able to work out the tlio country nn.l the Lor I only knows question satisfactory but to a largo numhow many counterfeits. ber of Democrats the matter is plain enough. The legislation worked upon Cot. Thomas G. Poore, of Frankfort, thoieople by their leaders in Congress: litis declared himself nCandidate forClcrk their disposition to override and overof the Constitutional Convention. awe the affairs of tho country in disregard of the people's will, is being felt, The man selling whiskey in "Original and the only way to stop it is to vote it packages" at Uusselville, Ky., skipped down at tho polls. Tho people arc out after being indicted ninety two times thinking and acting for themselves. It There is nothing in Republicanism. The information that reaches thisoflleo means revolution anil disaster to tho that wc are to have no more Republican country if allowed full sway. Here in party in this county is 'certainly a misBreckenridge we constitute but a small take. Wc don't like it in that shape vestige of that great army of thinkers nohow. Well hardley. throughout the country, but we aro as eager to bo free of Republican domina. The Sheriffs ticket came out with the tion as any other community.' largest majority in the Democratic bunch running up to 448. Len Cashman for Deafness Can't be Cured Assessor was next best.coming under the by local applications, as they cannot string with a clean sweep of 431. reach the diseased portion of the car. There is only one way to cure deafness, CujVKuponT got the stilt water the and that is by constitutional remedies. other day at a depth of about three hun- Deafness is caused by an inflamed condred feet. Now if there is anything else dition of the mucous lining of the around here that the gentlemen want Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets all they have tc do is to ask for it. inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is John Bruce who killed George Dowd entirely closed, Deafness is the result, at Itock Haven, Ky., has been sent to and unless the inflammation can be the Louisville jail for safe keeping. taken out and this tube restored to its One or two attempts were made to lynch normal condition, hearing will be deshim while lie was confined at the troyed forever ; nine cases out of ten are jail. caused by catarrah, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous Tiie execution of Kemmler in New surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars York by electricity was a great bluiidor. Tlie medical experts and many other for any case of Deafness (caused by scientific fellows took a hand in the job catarrah) that we cannot cure by taking and made it so ridiculous that it is be- Hall's Catarrah Cure. Send for circulars, free. lieved the system will be abandoned. F. J. CHENEY & CO,, Toledo, O. Celebrated The Republicans didn't carry a single all the neirs ami precinct in the county. They have not Frum Dana'i Huim In Jmrnnlinin. 1 TO THE FRONT. Here we are with the biggest line of WffM X ;.' msaK &H0sm hD And General Merchandise, ever brought to this Section. Prices at Rock Bottom. Come and see us. $ ft MYfc ymM iKiAvAxT?1 vwxiXiBo. Citffilfctfli MOORMAN Official Vote of Breckenridge County, August Election, 1890. CLOVERPORT, I'llECINOTS. &, BEELER Branch House, HARDINSBURG, KY. F. N. D'HUY, KY. E -- 3 a tc c "5 c B s 3 if 3 e a Jcwelrij Department. WATCHES, CLOCKS UNO s 5 s o 6 o 274 181, 117 232 175 100 103 278 o a o 3 Grocery Department. STAPLE AND FANCY 2 c 205 180 H270 114 231 11(1 173 100 175 151 277 108 145 141 150 118 141 1)5 u JEWELRY, GROCERIES, Bran-tlenbu- ".. , . i Keillor 200.") 10:t: .000'l(i07 2024 1714'2007 17711 2070 21281080 2125 2138 1707 2110 2001 1504'2058!l711 2073 1708 Total here, and t County Court next Monday. the future commercial status of the city Dr. Taylor, of Owensboro, was in the largely increased. Col Young, come There will be a picnic at this placo on WEBSTER. BRANDENBURG. city lust Saturday. down sir, come down. Saturday August Kith with a dance at Mrs. Reister and daughter have gone John T. Ditto, - . Agent &. Corrcsp'nt night. This picnic is under tho mine Asserting Herself and Claims the Plag Is one precinct in this county as many to Ohio on a visit. management as the last one here and as Presented "Little South Carolina" Mr. Edward Oglesby, Cloverport, was j, as thirty five negroes voted the straight Bom to the wife of D. W. Lewis a girl that was such n success there is no doubt in town last Friday. For the Banner Democratic : ' Democratic ticket. At other points the Rev. J. C. Petrie is holding a protractJohn C. Ashcraft was in tho city last that this one will bo largely attended. Precinct. number was not so large but there were ed meeting at Ephesus. The Juvenile Missionary Society will week. enough to count well. Whenever a Miss Vein Oliver, Constantino, Ky., is Circuit Court will begin here next give a Lawn Feto in the Court House A rommittoo Appointed to Co Over party and visiting Miss Maggie Guthrie. . darkey leaves the Republican yard on Tuesday evening August 10th And Ilrlnir tlio t'la;. Monday. Mrs. Ella McGary, New Albany, Ind., goes to voting with the Democrats he is In addition to all kind of refreshments I was terribly disappointed at not seeis visiting her father, Mr. R. Skilhuaii. There will be preaching at the Methousually there to stay. a regular supper will be provided. ing tho able political article from this Mr. Thomas Withers is the proudest dist church Sunday-Misse- s Every body is cordially invited, both man in the city. It's an 8 pound girl. Gen II. II. Lyon, of Eddyvillc, RuLucy and Eflie Rawlings have old and young. And as the young peo- point intended for your last issue prior Mr. John Dowell is quite ill at his to the election. But it bo happened that dolph Finzcr, of.Louisville, .las. A. Line-bac- home near Garfield with typhoid fever. returned from a visit to Webster. ple never make a failuro you may bo we had a Waterloo without it. Tlio day of Owensboro and dipt. M. II. is doing a large busiC. A. Coleman Miss Katie Eskridgo has beon sick for sure that you will be loyally entertain- has dtiwncd upon this country when Bolan, of Frankfort, have been appointseveral days with a light attack of fevers. ness belling harness and road carts. ed. honest, thinking Republicans, who have ed by the Governor to represent KenMr. A. X. Kincheloe, with Grauman Mr. anil Mrs. Neil Reese have returnMrs. Ben S. Clarkson and daughter, no axe to grind can not afford to cudorso tucky in the Annual Prison Congress k Shuttleworth clothing house, is in the ed to their home at Columbus Ohio. Miss Fannie, who together with several measures denounced by such men as which meets tit Cincinnati September city. Mr. Bryan representing D. H. Baldwin others have been camping nt tho Blaine as infamous. The brains of their Mrs. A. B. Skillman and daughter, 25th. Cloverport, were visiting Mrs. Bowiner & Co was in town several days last week. Sulphur well near hero gayc n most national party declare boldly thtit the Monday. tl. F. Trymirc, Elvico Wimp, and charming entertainment last Wednesday proposed measures will tio tho hands of Mrs. Sallie Bruner, Union Star, was Mike Rooney who in on the police evening. A largo number of young peo- the laboring peoplo of America, and all Thos. Fairleigh were in Louisville Sunhere last week visiting her brother, Mr. force nt Henderson, shot a clothing pedple from Brandenburg and several from orders of labor havo resoluted against tho day. I). II. Serein. dler the other day while attempting to Mrs. Vessels will move to Owensboro Mrs. J. F. Woolfolk and daughter Louisvillo attended and Hent n most conduct of such bosses as Reed, McKinloy arrest him. The peddler was resisting this week where she goes to open a Miss Fannie were in Louisville last enjoyable evening. This Sulphur well Ac, but to no effect ; they had promised arrest and struck at Rooney twice with a boarding house. is fast becoming n jxipular resort. Largo tho Barons a few slaves for boodle to week. pair of brass knucks, when he shot him. Mr. John Mercer and wife, McDanicls, numbers visit it every day and on Sun- elect Harrison with, and they now seem Miss Ophelia Hay hits returned from 11 It was thought the peddler would die. were in the city last week visiting Judge day thero aro about 200 jwoplo there. determined to deliver the goods. Tho visit to Chicago accompanied by Miss The water is very fino Mr. Rooney is well known in this city Mercer's family. and the scenery honest toiler is beginning to sco tlio drift Mr. W. W. Vessels is going to move to Gasnell. where he formerly lived. beautiful. and will opposo their strides in tlio futuro Owensboro this week where he will go Lon Moreinan attended the picnic at into the saloon business. Tho result of tho" election in Jleado witli their vote. Addison and spent sevoral days there County was very gratifying Sam Him. lias withdrawn from the race Mr. J. B. Ilensley has opened a geneWo nro proud of Webster precinct, she to the deRead his adver- with friends. for Congress in the Fourth district. All ral com mission store. mocrats. A larco vote was polled for is an infant, but her bold strides led her the other prospective candidates are out tisement in another column, Overton Rawlings left Friday for Kan- tho democratic nominees and the majo- to the front on tho first dash, after the Notice -- I will be in Hardinsburg next of the way except Judge Russell, of sas City to accept a position in the rity in tho county iucreascd. Thero was Hon. Independent Orator ruled her off Monday, County Court to buy mules Marion. This insures Montgomery's from 2 to 7 years old. day, B. Bealnier. Union Depot. S. very little interest taken in any of the tho field, a very generous thing done by r It is not probable that anyThe jury awarded Mr. Ft'rd. McGehce .Mr..it. js. ravers is building a now races except in Bovoral districts wlicro his honor, because this happened to bo body could have beaten him in the pri- sixteen hundred dollars damages in his dwelling on his farm to bo occupied by thero were closo contests for magistrates. a reading and thinking community. Wo mary election, which has been ordered, condemnation suit against tho L. 11. it Ins son John. In the Brandenburg district tho race was paid the interest on his kindness last and more likely he will yet make the W. railroad. very exciting throughout tho day and Monday, and tho next opportunity, Miss Lula Lewis has returned homo Those who race alone. Ho has made an admirable bacco since have held on to their tolast Spring are now realizintr after & pleasant visit to Mrs. Piggott of resulted in tho election of Cluis. Bryant, which will not bo far off, lie is suro to get Representative, and ought by all means a fine price for it. Mr. John Rhodes Irvington. and Ben Alverson defeated Y. L. tho principal in tho shape of what tho bo kept in Congress. Owensboro Messsold a few hogsheads of hurley n fevdaj ball boys call a goose egg. Quite ti party from this placo went t5 Neaf us tho present magistrate by only base enger. As stated above, wo aro young, and voto. In Garnettsvillo precinct tho vote Dr. W. S. Taylor, dentist, of Owens- Tar Springs Sunday, and spent tho day was taken upon tho question of local liko nil tlio infant industries of tho robboro, will bo in Hardinsburg, on Friday at that place. The election is over and the vote all and Saturday of this week, prepared to option The whisky men win tho fight ber Barons wo need protection, and in Mrs. Jack Moreinan, of near Meade-villin and as was confidently predicted by practice ids profession. The doctor can by a majority of eleven votes. This has our estimation nothing would bo mora died suddenly Friday evening of been the News the Democrats have won by a be found at the Lciiuin House. a local option precinct for some-tim- o encouraging than to see tho banner flag The U. S. Mail will go on the railroad heart disease. sweeping majority. The prediction was and was tho only one in tho waving nt the head of this fertilo valley. next Monday. Mrs. J. W. Richardson has returned county. founded upon the belief that the li'lit fere with Smith But this will not interWo lovo littlo "South Carolina," and hato A Buzby's business bewould 1)0 one for principle, that the De- tween here and Cloverport. to rob her of tho proud wreath sho has They will home after a visit of several weeks to The offical voto of tho county wos as mocrats intended to fight it out on that still run their wagon regularly nml carry relatives in Glasgow. so nobly worn, for years past, but wo follows: Lewis 1220 jtYost 120."); Long-mopassengers at cheaper rates tliiin the railline; and if they had forsaken those Mr. A. O. Brunnin, of Louisville was in 1170; Tinsloy3!)2; Henry 12$ want that banner flag. Wo waut.to ralso road. low principled for Cain in Webster, havo a big picnic and electioneering town last week looking after his interest County Jiidgo-sRawli1387 ; Tho speech Dr. Mosely made on Wonschemes and devices they would have Monday night that invito J. P. Knott to address us. in tho gas field here. County Clerk Nevitt 1300; at the ratification meeting sustained a merited defeat This is not called forth some strong endeavors from der if Hon. Chas. wouldn't liko to orato L. L. Lewis after a visit of several Mr. County Attorney Hamilton 1328; a time for "peanut politics. somo on that occasion. There are some of his friends to show their appre- days to his parents hero has returned to Sheriff Woolfork 1357 ; ciation. On Thursday night following questions of vital importance) before the Tho following will convinco you that Superintendent of Schools O'Brvan his home in Louisville. some one saw fit to tear down tho ' people and every man is presumed to sign from his oflico door, and doctor s wo aro in earnest nbout tlmt'flag : "Wo 1320; thereby Lon Moreman is in Jefferson Comity understand something of his country's show to everybody how much a speech n special committee appointed Iryjtho largo farm Assessor Bland(Dcm.) 1222; Brown, was anpreciated. Of course a man who whero lie has chargo of tho government. The newspaper, the great Democratic citizens of Webster, forftho recently purchased by his father. (Rep.) 430; educator of the masses, finds its way into would do such a thing is hardly worth a purposo of investigating our right to, and newspaper notice, but this is only Mr. David W. Fairleigh of Louisville Coroner Morgan 1274 ; every homo and the politician who, to illustrate a feeling that existed given to demand from tho citizens of "Littlo hero is in town taking depositions in somo some years in the past, could catch a just after the election. Jailor Harrington 134 ; South Carolina" tho flag presented to law suits in which he is iutcretsed. voter by a little personal flattery, Delegato to Constitutional Conven that precinct as tlio banner Democratic Public Speaking. misrepresentations of the other party Tho excursion party wish to express tion Woolfork 1200. Precinct. If in our judgment, deductJudge W. E. Russell, candidato for their many thanks for tho hospitality nml n few promises, is now confronted ing said judgment from tho results of with questions relative to the public Congress in this District will address tho shown them by tho Tar Springs people. List of Magistrates and Constables tho last election, wo nro of tho opinion welfare which engage the attention of citizens of Breckenridgo and Meado that wo arc entitled to said flag, wo Mr. Thomas II. Ditto was in HardinsElected in this County. every citizen. Tho victory wo have just counties at the following times and burg last week making arrangements for would ask, that "Littlo South Carolina'! gained in Breckenridge illustrates tho places, viz: Tho following aro tho Magistrates and through her committeemen confer witli a residence for Mrs. Hattio Ditto who Cloverport, Wednesday, August fltli. Constables elected in tho county : Har- our chairman upon tho1 subject." iilortanco of sticking to and pushing a will soon remove to that place. " Irvington, night, Aug. Oth. Tho Democrats liavo wanted principle. dinsburg, Magistrates Ben T. Miller and M. Lyddan, Chairman. The now station 011 tho railroad just Ilanllusburg, Thursday, August 7th. Constable, Charles B. nothing better to stand upon than their J. P. Stuart, Sect, established at Squiro Ditto's htm become C. F. Black (dcm.) McDanicls, Friday, August, 8th. own platform and from that stand tho Georgia proudly floated a banner flag quite popular. Ono day last week ten Miller, (dem.) Cloveiport, Magistrates Custer, Saturday, August Oth. Tho growth of tho was won. victory Dudley Huinbleton und Joo M. Mullen, from tho dome of her Stato house for got off tho train there. passengers Union Star, Tuesday, August 12th. Democratic majority in tho stato indi- (dem.) Constable, Georgo Wcatherholt, years, but that banner is floating Messrs. J. W. Ixiwis and Ciianczo (dem.); Union Mooleyville, Wednesday, August Kith. eates that tho people are wido nwnko to Star district, Magistrates, from' n nino million capital in tlio granWntlicn were in Hardinsburg last week Paynesville, Thursday, August the situation and by their vigorous J. J. Severs,' J. W. Jarrett, (dem.); Conattending Court. Both woro attorneys stable, F. W. Bosham, (dcm.); Bowloy-vill- o dest Stato of tho Union. Texas, with tho Bowleyville, Friday, August 15th. action prove that they denounce tho modest littlo Democratic majority of pno Jolly's Station, Saturday, August 10th. in tho suit between Mr. Ferd McGehce Such present National Administration. district, Riloy Dowell, (rop,), C. C. hundred and sixty thousand as a guard. anil tho L. II. & W. R. Co. Brandenburg, "Monday, August 18th. nefarious business as has been carried Martin, (dem.); Constable, Sargent Drury Webster will glvo you ono hundred and Speaking to begin ut 1 o'clock p. m. Rend party district, Georgo fifty next time, and it will boouraimtooff. Hon. John young Brown will address (I'cm,); Hudsonvillo on by tho Other candidates are cordially invited. will have its effect and tho News tho citizens of Meado County at tho Ilarned and Henry Drane, (dcm.); Con- set every littlo Republican dive in tho A large stable, Jplin Hundson,. (dcm,); Rough county hereafter. hero that in tho coining November Court House next Monday. Xeurnl(lc Persona election that effect will bo seen in inAmi tlioca troubled with nervousness resulting crowd will no doubt bo present and no Creek district, Henry It. Dean and Wm. Amos. Yours, Trout tin unrovLTuorlc will Le relieved by taking opjiortunity to h N. Glasscock, (dcm.); Constablo, W. M.. creased Democratic imijoritcs in every Jlrnii'n'n Iron Hitters, ocnulno ono should miss tho Havo your Job work done at this oflico 11 distinguished state in tho Union. Canvile, (dem.) scaker. ha trodo murk nml crowed red Unci on wrapper. Ash Ktiiikinu salt wator at a depth of three HARDINSBURG hundred feet indicates that we have it in abundance and that the great Soda V. (J.IlAHIMftF. DEPARTMENT? Hardinsburg, No. 1 1711 17!) 180 200 102 'Ma 1701 277 170 T1 273 180 172 2:$l 2:10 220 117 213 122 234 117 228 000 118 2:13 228 IltirdinsburL', No Cloverport, No. 1 . . 100 100 100 1751 108 173 103 174 lft") 110 172 100 107 U'7! 278 278 10S 270 104 280 101 278 280 155 270 280 Lloverport, iso. '2 1M) ISO 147 148 108 124 138 104 140 150 140 141 151 Stephensport. . . 147 14(1 1411 11 Union Star. ... 140 100 140 110 145 140 112 1441 131 117 ml 08 08 30 08 30 80 50 102 105 31 104 Mooleyville :i7 :'o :i4 73 30 70 38 73 30 30 r. 30 33 Clifton Mills . . . 7 134 11 133 Webster 10 134 134 i:h 134 i:h n 131 131 80 70 77 134 Bewley ville 70 142 77 140 85 78 145 80 83 GO 01 00 01 01 --o 01 '! 24, Big Spring 01 02 25 0: ' 01 151 148 120 Custer 07 103 100 00 102 100 ii;- - 158 0: 03 07 OS 00 112 (ill 115 81 110 0: . . Iludsouville. 74 125 (CI 04 54 01 Bums 07 04 OS 03 53 00 00 58 05 41 140 142 1:18 Mc Daniels 43 154 44 140 100 37 173 151 0 40 1 10 48 48 4:1 40 48 45 44 43 11 Hunter's Hall .. 12:j 124 12:1 122 124 127 123 123 121 122 125 120 Mi Rock Vale . i 178, 203 175! 220 115 225 100 170 107 270 103 273 154 151 147 147 142 115 140 142 111 134 33 100 38 100 100 31 71 71 30 34 1) 134 9 134 134 77 130 77 140 8(1 25 02 25 01 01 02 153 148 87 154 74 00 02 02 54 03 00 01 02 42 147 141 42 144 Musical Merchandise Provisions, Confections, A and Sewing Machines. 110 REPAIRING SPECIALTY Fruits of all Kinds, 'Etc. STEPHENSPORT. Miss Josio Braslicr, of Hawcsville, is visiting relatives bere. Mrs. Dr. Nnppcr is visiting her brotber, Mr. Eddie Brasher in Ilawesvillc, this week. Mr. Henry Head, of Webster, was in town last week. , Miss Mary Hawkins visited Mrs. Frank Payne in 'Webster last week. Miss Fannie Uaynes who has been visiting her aunt Mrs. Henry Davis, returned to her home in Rock Haven on last Friday. Mr. and Mrd. Chas. Watlington, ne. compaiiled by Miss Minnie Williams aro visiting their father, Capt. R. T. Willains, of Evansville. Mr. Fred Xnppc?, of Louisville, was the guest of his brother, Dr. , Nappcr, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Alico Mudd and daughter, Miss Lulu, of Louisvillo, who havo been visiting Mrs. R. A. Brashear for the past month, returned to their home Sunday. Mrs. Gideon Napper, of Cloverport, visited friends hero last week. Miss Nora Hall, of Hardinsburg, is visiting at tho Bennett House. Mr. vbram Bennett has a child very ill with fever. The Rev. Meyers will preach his last sermon for this Conference year on tho fourth Sunday in this month. One more election over and joy go with tho Democrats.- "Wo enjoyed Prof. Woods' letter in last issue and hope he will write often for tho News. Our town and vicinity wero visited by a heavy rain-falast week, and vegetation is springing up a fresh and thero may yet bo a littlo picking for both man and beast. Mr. Lewis Rollins who met wHli n serious accident nt the rock quarry last week is recovering. Mr Hcwett Hawkins celebrated his birth-dn- y twenty-firs- t on last Monday evo week, with a delightul cntortain-men- t. About forty persons both raar-rio- d and single, wcro rrcKnt. Qhe evening was spent in social converse, music and dancing. At nino refreshments wero served in elegant Btyle, reflecting much credit on tho good tasto of his sisters. Mr. Hewitt was tho Ktiycst of tho gay, for in n few dnys ho would cast his first voto perhaps tho happiest epoch in a lioy's life. ll 40 71 45 73 38 8 134 10 140 00 152 20 GO 20 04 153 104 110 73 133 Of. 04 07 42 140 44 4 12 Change of Firm. Notice is hereby given to nil persons having unsettled accounts with tho firm of B. V. Benrd & Co., to como forward and settlo sumo at once. Mr. J. B. Ilensley, ono of tho firm having withdrawn makes It necessary in order that wo may settle tho firm's business. Tito business will continuo as before, under tho supervision and managment of B. F. Beard, senior member of the firm. Wc will continue to keep in addition to our largo and full lino of General Merchandise, n full lino of FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKER'S GOODS, AND HARNESS, COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, PIPES &c. PLOWS and of nil kinds. REPAIRS MOWERS.REAPERS, WHEAT DRILLS CULTIVATORS, and in fact all farm implimonts needed ; nlso a good assortment of BUGGIES, PHAETONS and CARTS, STUDEBAKER and OWENSBORO WAGONS. We nro tho solo agents in this county for tho Celebrated Cincinnati Desiccating Co's Fertilizers. Tho inducements wo offer our patrono s goods and prices as low as aro B. F. Beard & Co. anybody. SAD-DLERY first-clas- 5 110 48 122 42 12: 0 40 11 123 123 125 123 120 riant will be established :-- t k, BANK OF HAEDINSBUEG Capital Stock $25,000. II. F. BBARD, Preiident. WILL MILLKU, M. 11. "BAUD, Cashier. Q. W. BEAUD MORUIS USKRIDUB J II. M. JObUY. 1 Director. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. e, ngs Motile S. Pulllam, Plaintiff ) Notice of Sale Against A. M. I'ulliam, Defendant la Equity. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of tbe Breokonrldge Circuit Court rtndeted at the April term thereof, 1890, lu the above tried came, the undesigned trill, on Monday the 18th day of Auguat, 1S90, between the hour of 10 o'clock, p. tn., nt the Court House door tn Hardinsburg, Breckenridge county, Ky., being a county court day, will proceed to to the highest, bidder, expose to CublLi tbe .following described property, vli : A curt Uln parcel of land, lying in.thls County and Circuit, in the town of Hirdlnsburg, containing ten acres, and a town lot, upon which is the brick dwelling or tbe late Thomas M. Miller and the same property on which he resided at hi death, and bounded, vli: on the street and road runn'ng towards ,Uwensboro, Ky., on 'be east by Alfred Hobsrds lot and tbe Semlnarylot, on tbl south by tbe Seminary UNION START lot, Hartford road Und MatthUs Miller' land. Terms. Sale will be made on a credit of six Quito a number of Union Starites The purchaser will be and twelve m6nths, required to give bond with approved security, attended tho picnic nt Addison and refor the payment of tbe purchase money, to port a pleasant timo. have the force and effect pf a Judgment, bearMr. Joseph Cashmau Sr., spent n few ing legal Interest from the day of sale, with a lien reserved upon said property, until all the days last week with his son Row Wm. money U paid, Cashman. VIHGIL BABBAOE, Mrs. C. M. McGlothan was called to Commissioner of Breckenridgo Court. Farming Implements Having recently withdrawn from the firm of I). P. HeurJ & Cii., by the mutual consent of the members of.the firm, I now desire to return my thanks tn my old patrons, who Since my withdealt with me while there. drawal from that firm I have pened up n new Hardinsburg, and will branch of busines in aim to keep on band a full stock of .Farming Implements, and many other articles to, be found In a GENERAL COMMISSION Suoh as STORE, Old Hickory Celebrated South Bend Plows, Wagons, y HARNESS. BUGGIES, CARTS, EMPIRE DRILL, THE Tbe best Drill manufactured. And many other artlclei used by the farmer I am also tbe and the Pullio generally. agent for John Jones' Pure Raw Bone Meals, guarantee to be My prices on all goods I as low as they can be made anywhere, and specially invite the publlo to Inspect the prices to their entire satisfaction before purchasing. Cloverport to sco her sick sister Mrs. Jas. Skillman. Mr. and Mrs. Yetrick (neo Alico Chap-pol- l) spent several days in Toblnsport recently, Mrs. R. G. Rickctts visited her daughter Mrs. Taylor Hanks at Stephensport week before last. Mrs. Jas. G. Stephens of Holt and daughter, Mrs. Minary, of Louisville, were Mrs. Dr., Mllner's guests last Friday. Mrs. Lewis Cart spent sovoral days last week with her boii Win. Cart in Stephensport. Mrs. E. A. Richardson has rcturnsd to Louisvillo after spending sovoral weoks with tho family of D. S. Richardson. -- FARMERS FREE COLUMN. F r Sale, two mares and colts, cheap, apply to Henry 0 Connell. tost, a solid gold Gent's pin. The finder will leave at this office and be rewarded. For Sale, eight head of nice cattle, also five fine stock bogs, ono and a half mile Irom Hardinsburg on the Brandenburg road. W. S. Clark. One ma.e and colt will tell ohtap apply to Clinton J. Co tear Sir phrasport, Ky. Lime, Salt, Comont, Quay-McKlnl- pro-die- ts car-suc- J. B. HENSLEY. Haruinsbuko, Ky, $HKcis M - i Syrup of Figsis taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to thotnste, and acts gentlyyetpromptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs isrthe only remedjr of its kind over produced, pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable sub'tances, its many excellent qualities com-- . mend it to all and hava made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figa is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable drugpist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 10UISYIUC, BAN FRANCISC ), CAL. KY. i. EXTOYS Hoth tho method and results when ONTIS i & if v.wWBi& Buildings in course of erection and in contemplation abound on every side. In colllns and undertaker's goods M. Ilammau is headquarters in this city. If you want to uplto your neighbor, steal his chickens; if you want to do him an art of k bullion, tell him Canter's chicken cholera cure will certatnly cure tlteiu of cholera, and that it is sold and warranted by. G. W. Short. There is one thing that you can rely on when you buy furniture from M. Hamman and that is you get juut what you buy. Ho won't palm oil' an imitation Walnut Bureau for a genuine one, but tellH jou just what it is and you may rely tijon it us being just as represented. .Mr. and Mra. C. V. Moorman gave in honor of Miss Itosa Holt latt Friday night a reception. There was quite a lnrgo crowd in aitendanco and a most enjoyable evening was spent by all. The refreshments were dellgntful and served in Mra. Moorman's, usual elegant style. The reception given in honor of Miss Grant, of Now Orleans, La., and Miss Kennedy, of Louisville, by Mr. and Mra. C. M. Bullitt, Font Hill, was one of the most brilliant and enjoyable events of the season. Tho refreshments were elegantly served and nuito a pleasant evening was Bpent by all. M. Hamman is now back at bis old stand with a full stock ol furniture and is prepared to supply tho wants of his trade with everything in his line. If it is furniture you want wo adviso you to call and examine his stock and prices. If you don't And what you want ho will order it for you at a vcrysmall per cc"ht above cost. PERSONAL. Mra. Michael Hamman, Holt vliltod friends in thli city. Mr. Bam Suiter, Cannellon Ind., was In the city last week. Mr. J. D. Drashear, of near Addison was in town yesterday, Mr. A. M. Kasey returned from Vine Drove last Wednesday. Mr. J, A. Hook and Miss Ltnle Hall cjieii t Sunday at Fieedoui. Mr. W.D.Smith Is the guett of Or. and Mrs. F. M. Smith. Stere II all) Loulsrllle was at home fur n few days last week. MUs Lula Owen, returned home fium Leltobfield Inst week. Mr. J. L. Miller and wife went to India napolis, Ind., Monday. Miss Ray Dyer Is visiting relatives In Holt's Bottom this week. P. 8. Gregory, Grand view, Ind.. wis In the city Monday and Tuesday. Mn. G. P. Napper went to Lonlsvlllo Sunday night to spend several days. Cloverport'i gayety for the past week can't be excelled by any city of her lite. A party from Holt's Bottom and thli city spent Sunday at the Tar Springs. Mrs. W. D. Holt and daughter, MIis Kosa, were In the eity Monday shopping. Mr. and Mra. It. E. Tnrpln, Louisville, are the guests of Mrs. Wm. Hall this week. Miss Eeitha Echmnck, of Evansvllte, Is visiting Mr. and Mrs J. D. Uambleton. Miss Settle Bowmer, has returned home visit to relatives In Holt's Bottom. from Misses Ken ntdy and Grant, Loulsrllle are the guests of Mr. atd Mrs. 0. M. Bullitt. Miss Annie May who has been very HI for several weeks Is now able to be out again. Mr. tfim Lallelst, of Henderson, is the guest of Mr.and Mrs. Alf Oelte this week. Mr. and Mrs. S.B. Hall, Owensboro are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hall this week. Messrs. John Dean, Willis Oreen and Wm. aioprman, uienaeane spem ounaay in me oity Otfilo DeHaren, Beech Springs, Va., and Fred DeHaren, Louisville are at home on a short visit. Miss Settle May returned home from the bottom Saturday aocompanled by Miss Ham-maV TTl I I I TTTT1 i I I II I i"i I I I i I I I I I I Ml I I I I I ft mTTi I I I I I, r WkfjS use Complaining ! About tlic weather? You must expect hot weather in Summer and cold weather in Winter; so stop your grumbling and quit cracking that "old chestnut" "la it hot enough for you ?" Of The hotter course it is hot enough even for the ice dealer the weather the lurger the solitaire that glistens on his shirt front. Hut the clothing dealer, unless he is one of the "fakir" Ice is high, sort, must bo content with a plain peail button. but there is one consolation our clothing is cheap, and especially so since wo are selling it without profit. Our goods are all our own manufacture. It is far superior to any Eastern factory-mad- e clothing ; it fits better, it looks better, and it wears better. Come at once and secure sure enough bargains. Bring your boys and children and dress them up for little or nothing. Now is the time, and our store is the place. BbBb's That Hive Wisdom's Honey. ynti'ic right then BMire buy at Pulzcr's as go ahead Crockett fcaid. J 1 f. Bslow to speak, hut swift to hear, men say "SulzcrV are never dear." you look (before you leap) at Sulzcr's stock. Even thing is cheap. Bird in hand's worth two in bush, renowned for Business push. JULIUS WINTER & B"warc of vidders," Wellor said, by them, to Sulzer's you're Betimes to rise, is to be wifae, led. "Old Reliable" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS.. LOUISVILLE, KY. .11 I I Sulzer's customers applies. together for summer weather. be great, any rate. AH feather ihek Birds of a selling goods I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I l II I I I if you BiTumble of Bulzi would r's at NSW YORK, It.r. John Allen Murray, Cloverport. . &. Win. K. Barnei, Hardinsburg. Attorneys atLa-Tr- . MURRAY BARNES, v Hardinsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, HARDINSBURG, KY. with Murray A Gratifying To All. The high position attained and the universal acceptance and approval of the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs, is tho most excellent laxative known, illustrate tho valuo of tho quall-itie- s on which its success is based and to the arc abundantly gratifying California Fig Syrup Company. The Great Find of Salt Water. Dr. J. F. Barnum camo down last Friday and examined tho flow of Salt Water in tho well being drilled on the land of company. Ho returned and the Soda-as- h rcjKjrtfl to tho company that tho quantity of salt water in tho first voin oxeceds all previous calculation and is beyond all expectation. Not only is salt water abundant in solution, but salt exists in hard deposit, insuring all tho salt possibly wanted for any purpose. In fact, the bowels of tho earth aro full of salt, AVo and it can bo cheaply obtained. quote from his report : "Struck tho most accessible dciwsit of salt water from rock salt yet found on tho Continent." Thus we see that from doubts as to the quantity and quality of salt water at Clovcrtiort,it turns out that we exceed all other discoveries on tho continent. So it was with our natural gas. After doubts and misrepresentation, it is now manifested that wo have the best gas field on the continent. Dr. Barnum urges tho company "to burn no more sunlight," but to proceed at onco to erect their work. All questions aro now settled and no point in tho country combines such advantages for the. manufacture of thp desired product. We learn that tho managers of tho company have expressed themselves favorably to tho report, and its suggestions, Tho boring will bo prosecuted to tho lower vein of salt wator to seo what it is, but this is not essential, as this ono well alone with its output furnish salt enough for tlic works. A DELIGHTFUL EXCURSION OVER THE LOUISVILLE, HARDIN8-BUH& WESTERN RAILWAY, GIVEN COL. EDGAR BENNETT AND APARTY OF FRIENDS BY MR. G royai j. x. Mccracken. Rnrne Court Square Attorney atKY.Law, CLOVEIU'ORT, JB6yOflico with D. It. Murray oflice. B. JV. MILLER, Mr. Tom Mlnary and family, Loutivtlle are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Q, Stephens Holt, Ky. Dr. Long, Louisville Is spending a few dayi with bil wife and child at Mrs. Mlnor'a Holt Ky) The Party Were Handsomely Entertained at Col. Lafe Green's Hospitable Home at The Falls of Rough. A Suiter's CLOVERPORT, KY. 3IOST E JO ABLE Til I P. InvixciTON, Ky. Aug. 11th, 1800. On Saturday Aug. Oth, a most delight- near Post Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, Office over llichardxon'g John Jablne, Owentboro, came up Monday to see hit mother, Miss Jennie Jablne. Bev. Wolfe of Cannelton, Ind., delivered n excellent sermon at the M. E. Churoh Sunday evening night. j. Hardware giore. CLOVERPORT. KY. w. s. taylob. it. tayijok, J. c. Birair, Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store OWENSB0BO, KY. Frederica Street, Wo are authoriiod to announce DENTISTS WM. E. RUSSELL, We are authorlf ad to anuounoo J. H. Taylor & Co., 1 a candidate (orfiongrttt In thli the 41b Congressional District, Subject to the Democratlo primary Election, Oct. 4th, 1S90. On cbanon, at A. B. MONTGOMERY, Of Hardin county, ai a candidate for tton to Congress from this, the 4th Congres-elon- al Subject to the Democratlo District. primary Election. Oct. 4th, J BIN), o 8RECKENRIDGE NEWS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1800. 3. LOCAL Appricot BREVITIES. Ico Cream at Martin'rf to night. Mora to tho coming town ami grov up with it. Born, July 20th, to tho wife of James TintiB, a boy. The building of houses is far behind . '4 p. -- 3' I k .V tho demand. Look out now for work on tho new factories coming. Dr. Barnum no longer doubts, he does not want now to hesitate Mrs. J. C. Lalleist is putting a now front in her restdenco on First street. Curt Wenthcrholt has excavated tho collator his new dwelling on High street Many houses will bo wanted in tho near future. It is a pity they aro not built faster. Wo must have tho water works. Tho peoplo aro unanimous on tho subject. Tho Council should wake up. Mr. A. A. Lallcist will begin at onco a now two'story dwelling on the Temple lot on Huston street near tho depot. A certain capitalist proposes to associate himself with some other monoyd men of Cloverport, and build fifty cottages. Col. Young and friends see what's in cock county at the recent election tho air. That sagacious gcntloman knows wcro as follows : G. D. Chambers, Cona good thing when he stumbles on it. stitutional Convention, 180; W. W. Water, plenty of it in tho salt wells. Tabor, county Judge, 117; Ben Poindex-tc- r, county clerk, 57 ; J. W. Mastin, Now let us have it along our streets and in our botnoa, pumpod fresh from the school superintendent, CO; Geo. Baker, 'sheriff, 114; T. Patterson, Jailor, 75; J. Ohio. Don't fall to attend tho big barbecue S. Henry, coronor, 140 ; E. E. Kelly, 233; Henderson at Jolly's station next Saturday. Put an county attornoy, Williams, assessor, 128 ; W. W. Long-moo- r, pocket and bo preextra dollar in your Clerk Court of Appeals, 108; pared to subscribo for tho Nkws. Local option carried in tho Hawesvillo Notice The Broekonridgo County by 100 majority. Teachers' Institute will meet in,Hardina-burg- , precinct Monday, Aug. 18th, 1800. Save Horn Commits Suicide JAtfusW.Mii.LEn, .8. S.B.C. Constantino. M. Hamman has bought the vacant lot David Horn a well to do farmer living opposito tho Catholic church, bolonging Constantino this county committed to Mra. Win. M'Crao for $1000. Ho will near suicide last Friday ovoning by shooting build a handsomo two story residence himself with a rifle. No causa was asthis fall. signed for tho rash jict, unless it could Itomembor tho Excursion to Tar havo been attributed to some domestic Faro round Springs on noxt Sunday. trouble in tho family. Horn was a well trip only 25 cents. Train leaves at 10 to do farmer and had accumulated about a. m. and 11:40 a. in., returning about 0 eight thousand dollars worth of property o'clock p. m. For several years his rolationa with his Gas is being introduced into houses all wife havo not been of tho best and ho Tho Mineral Center will had threatened some timo ago to kill over town. extend its mains further towards tho himself, Last Friday evening when his Everysuburbs to supply tho demand. wifo and son returned homo they found body wants it. Horn lying on tho porch with a bullet A male holo through his head. A rifle was lying Fchool Teacher Wanted teacher for common school district No. 2, near him which it was supposed ho had discharged by attaching a string to tho Holt's Bottom, Breckcnfy'ounty. friggorand pulling it off. Horn was William Boultinoijsk, about 50 years of age. Chairman Board of Irustccs. Miss Irene Newsom left last week for Elltabetbtown on a visit to her cousin- - MIsi Rosa Daniel. Mr. 11. O.'Boyd and family, Hawesvillo are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Alex. Boyd this week. Mr. Ernest Turpln, Louisville, who has been the guest of Miss Little Hall has returned home. Mist Ida and Georgia White, and Miss Sebastian, are spending several days at the Tar Springs. Miss Annie May has returned to her home at Lexington, after a visit to her friend Miss Little Sklllman. Mrs. D. W. Falrlelgh and children, of Louis-viltis the guest of her sistor Mrs. J. D. Baubage this week. Mr. 01 Mattingly left last week for Louisville where be takes a position In a large furniture store. The young gentlemen gave a very pleasant ball to the young ladles on Wednesday evening at the Tar Springs. Mr. Eti Smith, Evansvllle, Ind. was in the city laat week to see his brothers, no has been away for six years. Charlie Hambleton and lister, Miss Mollle, of Owensboro, were lilting their uncle Mr. 0. D. Hambleton last week) Lonnle Moreman, Brandenburg and Jas. Deane, Rook Lick were in the city last week vls)tlng their old MIis Grant and Mill Kennedy, who have The Vote of Ohio County. Tho following are tho majorities of tho been visiting Mr. and Mra. C. M. Bullitt will various candidates in Ohio County at leave for Louisville, Friday. Rev. I. B. Timtarlake, of New Albany, the recent election : came down last Friday to attend the recepJno. P. Morton, Republican, county tion at Mr. C. W. Moorman's. Judge, 23 ; Rowan Holbrook, Democrat, Mr. and Mn. Edgan Turpln, Louisville county clerk, 101 ; F. L. Felix, Demo- who baa been visiting hii aunt Mra. Wm. crat, county attorney, 132 j S. Calvin Hall returned home yeiterday. Taylor, Democrat, sheriff, 1,325; Joo B. Hon. Davfd Murray who has been off to Rogers, Republican, county superinten- Germany to look after the Fisher fortune Is dent, 10; C. W. Farrott, Democrat, expected home sometime thli week. Miss Little Sklllmam cave a reception Fri assessor, 145 ; John B. Wilson, Democrat, survoyor, 110; J. W. Bradley, day night In honor of her guesti MIis May, .Democrat coroner, 115; J. P. Thompson, Lexington, Ky. and Mr, Geo. MoRoberts Danville, Ky. Democrat, Jailor, 182. McIIenry's Mri. H. V. Duncan and a purabty over Smith for Delegate to tho month's pleaiant visit withion, Daniel, after relativei at II Constitutional Convention, 751. and Koietta returned home last It is possible that tho official count Saturday muoh improved in health. Quite a number of young folks spent a may change the result as to the election of superintendent of schools, so that pleasant evening at Mn. W. H. Bowmer'i tho Democrat, Lonoy, will get tho place. Tuesday In honor of MIis Maggie's guest, There will bo no other change in tho iss MOarner; of Wiaeheiter, Ky. Miss Lllia Adami, Lewisport, who has been vote. Hayward's vote for delegate was visiting Mill Lafle LaUelst for the past week very light. returned home yesterday. MIsi Adami made Majorities in Hancock. a host ofadmlren daring her brief sojourn in Tho Democratic majorities in Han- this city. e, school-mates. Death of Dr. H. O.Morton at Rook Lick. Dr. Henry O. Morton,a local physician and fanner died at his homo at Rock Lick, this county, last Monday morning. The doctor's illness was brIcf,ho only being sick but a few days. Ills death was supposed to havo been caused from heart failure. Dr. Morton has been a resident of this county about fifty years, having settled at his present homo about the year 1840. Ho has reared a large family of children, tho most of whom survive him and reside in tho county. When Dr. Morton came to this country ho had but "little if any means but by Industry and economy ho has accumulated considerable property and leaves quito a He was tho senior memlarge estate, ber of tho firm of II, O. Morton & Sons. Dr. Morton was tho Republican candidate for tho Legislature in 1881 and was defeated by Hon. G. W. Beard tho Democratic nominee. . Dr. Morton was GO years of ago. and family, Mr. W. W. Williams and family, Mr. Bate Washington and family, Mr. J. R. Wimp and family, Miss Carrie Hall. Messrs Robert and Jessie Herndon of Irvington, and Mr. 1). H.Taylor and family, Miss Ida Mead and Miss Klla Goodeon, of Louisville. Tho trip was a most cnjoyablo ono in every iwirticular, and Mr. Bennett spared no effort to make it a completo success. Leaving Irvington at 11 : 30 on Saturday morning the train reached Kirk Station about ono o'clock near which place a sumptuous repast was served in a beautiful grove. At Jolly's Station a ride on tho engine was tendered the party and was greatly enjoyed because of the unique manner of transit and also because of the rugged scenery. Arriving at Rock Vale at four o'clock, they found a number of carriages awaiting to convoy them to the beautiful homo of Col. Green. Nover was any one more hospitably received, nor more elegantly entertain ed. Mrs. Green is a Virginian by birth and to tho manner born and her elegant hospitality was dispensed with a lavish hand. Mrs. Lieut. David Mitchell and daughter, of Ft. Randall, Dakota., aided Mrs. Green in entertaining her guests. Nature was very generous with her beauties about tho Falls of Rough and what sho failed to do Col Green has supTho party enjoyed numerous plied. drives and rides through the picturesque country and from a high point a magni-ficieview was presented, stretching across miles of fertilo country, all tho property of Col. Green. Not the least of his possesssions was a herd of Shetland ponies and tho children of tho guests were made happy by riding and driving. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peyton assisted in entertaining tho party and much of tho duo visit was plcasuro of the Their homo is to their attention. above situated just picturesquely tho falls and a mora desirablo place for an entire summer cannot well bo imagined. Rowing on tho creek was a pleasure thot was very popular and it Is said on angler may bo mado supremely happy by casting his lino in theso waters. Mr. Bennett'8 party arrived just after tho departure of Mr. Preston Scott, of Louisville and Miss Lizzie Scott, of Frankfort who had been spending some time with Col. and Mrs. Green. It was with much regret but with most pleasant momories that tho party left for Irvington Monday, all voted it tho most pleasant of all visits and a general wish was expressed for a repetition in tho future. Many thanks aro certainly duo Mr. McCracken for his courtesy in granting this excursion, and In ofToriug the opportunity to enjoy a ride over the now road. Much surpriso was expressed that a road so rccontly built should bo so smooth and should furnish such pleasant accommodations. Tho employes of tho road extended every courtesy possible and mode tho run ono to bo. remembered. Mr Bennett has been declared the prince of hosts and nothing' was lacking to inako happy those whom ho afforded the pleasure of this excursion. G. nl was tendered Mr. Edgar and a party of frionds over the Absolutely Pure. Bennett Louisville, lllardinsbtirg and Western A cream of tartar bulking powder. R. R. by Mil J. K. McCrackcn. . Highest of all in leavening strength. The party consisted of Mr. Bennett U.S. Goicrnmciit Hejmrt, Aug. 17, ful excursion 1889. POWDER HERE WE AEE AGAIN liiV ! CHfTfj Furniture in endless varie- 'thI' WHAT SCOTT'S CURES am now back at my old ty. T j. r stand and re- - ann.t fnllv J'..W.W LJIIbVlllllll culinir the patronage of the public. ISKSSE" COLDS Wasting ElsoaEeo BRONCHITIS COUGHS 8fr FURNITURE, Honest Goods. Wonderful Flesh Producor. Many have gained ono pound per day by its use. Scott'B Emulsion is not a secret remedy. It contains tho stimulating properties of tho Hypophos-phitc- s nnd puro Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, tho potoncy of both boinpf largely increased. It is used by Physicians all ovor tho world. Fair Dealing. UNDERTAKER, Honest Prices. ..iV i THE TELL CITY PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all Druggists, SCOTT & BOWNK, Chsmlsts, N.Y. TO THE FARMERS OF BRERKEN-RIDGE PLANING MAFUFACTURERS OF MILLS and MEADE COUNTIES. At there Is a hlg demand for New York Pippin Apple Trees In the above counties, and believing that the Home Nurseries wilt be unable to supply the demands, I bid now prepared to make special contracts, (at very low prices), for trees to be delivered in 1 and 2 years. Those who wunt whole root grafts can W. 8. AS II II V. get them. DOORS, SASH & BLINDS SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything in the Turning and Scrolling line of work will ho dono at this establishment in tho best manner and nt tho lowest rates. Also dealers in Felt und Bodlne Roofing. For Sale or Kent. Wanted to ront or soil my farm of 100 acres, one mile North of Union Star, on the waters of 70 ncres In cultivation. Lick Run. Good dwelling, barn and other improvements. For further Information address the undersigned at Union Star. J. T. WHEELER. Pumps, Cane Mills, Wood Purifying1 Simple Pumps, Light running Iron Force Pumps terns. FOR SALE. acres of good land, of Ilardinsburg, two and ono half miles. Also, forty acres of good land ono mile and n half from Harninsburg. Both pieces contains a house. Eighty-fou- r North-we- st For all kind and depth Wells and Cis- - Thorough Work. Terms will be Reasonable. For furthor information call on F. M. C. JOLLY, HA'RDINSBURQ. KY. ! por-so- E. J. BASSETT, Leitchfield, Ky. During my absence my son, II. 0. Murray, ll authorised to collo t moneys due. All indebted will please settle with him at D. R. Mubrat, once. Attorney at Law. Cloverport, Ky. Notice GRAND AT PICNIC! D. HAMBLETON, .Real Estate Agent CLOVERPORT, KY, "Agcnt for tho purchaso and salo of town lots and lands, l'ursons w ishing to buy or sell are solicited to seo mo, OFFICE Auyivloro from Coiv Heel to tho l)uiol, at all uoura. TIIIJ HI EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR. Don't fail to attend. A full stock of goods are going dirt cheap for cash. Messrs. Cash Tar&White Sulphur Springs Are now open for the reception of visitors. Accommodations flrit-cla- When Baby waa sick, we cave her Caatorto. When she raa a Child, she cried for Caatoria. When aho becama Hiaa, she clung to Caatorla. When aha bad Children, ahe cava them Cactorl. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Terms Hoaaouable. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, SINGLE MEALS - - - 50 CTS. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever For privileges of ground and water, without sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, meats 25 cts per day. Special rates to plonlos All persons not taking meals are expected to corns, and skin eruptions, and positively call the office of manager and settle for at the cures Piles, or no pay required. It is their privileges. It. R. FIERCE, Manager. guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Price 25 cents per money refunded. Many Persons box For Bale by G. W. Short, Clover-por- t, Are broken down from overwork or household Ky., Bnd Ji A. Witt, Hardlnsburg, cro Brown's Iron Bitters rebuild the system, aids digestion, removetox Ky. genuine. Trade and Country Produce are solicited to be in attendance. Come one, come all, and get your goods cheap for cash. J. A. WITT, Proprietor, cm of Ule, and cure malaria. Oct the 4- -' i"& ti i -:Miss Mary Paul left forGarrettSunday ' ' for a few days visit. J appointRev. Davenport filled his lesson which wo copy from nn exchange, enroutc. A Special Train Composed of ment at the M. E. Church Sunday. whero wo find it without crciiit: Elegant Coaches and rullium Sleeping Miss Lula Lewis, of Brandenburg, What is n tariff? Cars, will leavo louisvillo at 1:30 p.m. is visiting Mrs. W. J. Piggott. A tariff is n tax levied on foreign goods from Seventh Street Depot, Tuesday, Mr. D. Harmon nml wife, of Mississiwhen imported to the country. Aug. 10th Reaching Old Point Comfort ppi, were visiting relatives at this place Who pays tliis tax? next evening at 0 : 30 P. M. during the Convention. The importer pays it. The Hound Trip Kates To Old Point is Misa Bcttlo Drown, of llardinsburg, Docs ho loso any tiling in conse- only $15 from Clovcrport. Passengers was the guest of Miss Eva Lawson a few quence ? Will Lenvo Clovcrport at 9 : 53 A . M. days since. Ho docs not, IJecauso ho adds the The train will bo run under auspices of Wo were visited last Friday afternoon amount of the tax to the cost, and then, the Chesapeake & Ohiolt'yCo.,in charge with reasonable profit on both, lie sells of Mr. W. A. Wilgus, Traveling Passen- by a servo thunder storm, followed by a appreto somo ono elso. ger Agent, formerly of Hopkinsvillc, Ky. refreshing rain which was highly Docs any one lose anything by the Reduced rates at tho Hygeia Hotel, ciated by all. transaction. Old Point Comfort can be secured upon Misses Acklcy and Nunelly who have The consumer loses all that Is added on presentation of C. & 0. Special Seashoie been the guest, of Misses Sue and Jennie account of the tariff. Cox have returned home. Excursion tickets. Who is benefited? Special Attention will be paid to Mr. Chas. Basliam, of Scottville, who The Government is benefited to the ladies without escorts. has been visiting at this placo returned SuA-SBC amount of tiiis tariff, less the cost of colSleeping Car accomodations will be home Friday night accompanied by his ' lection. provided, but in order to hnvo choice of uncle, Mr. H. E. Hasham as far as LouIs anybody else benefited? berths applicans should bo made to AV. isville. Charley has made many friends Manufacturers or producers of the A. Wilgus, 233 Fourth Ave. Louisville, during his short stay, and wo regret "biff' same goods in this country are benefitj$ Ky., at once. Sleeping Car Rates will early departure. 4 ed bj it. bo $1.00 for berth, Louisville to Old who Our friend, Mr. B. F. HardawayJ How so? Point, to lie occupied by one or two perenlisted in the United States Army four They am enabled to sell their goo.ls sons; Louisville to Clifton Forgo $2.50 to years ago is back among us again, glad correspondingly higher and still compete be occupied by one or two persons. MAI-BET., to see his familiar face. with the importer in price. Special side trip excursions can be On the evening of the 25th Miss Cora Who is loser in that case ? made from Old Point at low rates. of her friends The consumer, the 8.11110 as in the The route is through the canon of Meador entertained a few from 8 to 12 p.m. to meet Mr. C. E, Bat-huother case. New river, ulong(pictusesquo Greenbrier The BOcial was by of Scottsvillc. What is the distinction between a river passing Wlfrto Sulphur Springs, far the most enjoyable one wo havo atrevenue tariff and a protective tariff. crossing the Alleghanios and Rlue Ridge tended for a long while Refreshments Tlie same tariff may be both revenue Mountains and beautiful Shenandoah Mention this paper. were served nt l) : 30 o'clock, out under and protective, revenue witli reference and Piedmont Valleys. the rays of the moon.' Itwasn feast of to the imported articles, and protective Stop over privileges will be granted on with the reference to home production the return trip, enabling excursionist good things fit fortho gods. "Miss Cora pre. Ht&TirinnrrwrBriarwxrrwaavMBfaMiBMKMMMBMMpMwwmaMM sided over tho cdmbany witligrace and of the same kind. Tariff on such goods to visit Richmond, White Sulph'urSprings dignity and much praise is to bo'bestow-c- d as we cannot piolucc is always "for and other celebrated resorts. upon her, for tho admirable manner revenue only." The choiceof routes between Richmond in which she entertained her guests Docs 11 protective tariff enable Exa and Clifton Forge will be given. manufacturer to pay higher wages for cursionists may return either viaCliarlott-esvill- e At a very late hour tho guests took their feelhis labor? and Stanton, or Lynchburg and departure for their several homes, ing happier in consequence of the deIt enables, but docs not compel him to Natural Uridge along the James river. do so. Tickets will be good returning until lightful time they enjoyed. The followMisses What does lie do in that case? September 10th. Handsome book des- ing is a list of those present. Ho hires his labor as cheap as lie can criptive of scenery along the line will be Eva Ijiw son, Maggie Paul, Lucy Frank, Why so ? mailed to any person upon application to Mary Paid, Essie Rigsby, Annie Hodges Messrs II. W. and Beulah Bennett. llecause it is in accordance with huW. A. Wii.ous, 253 Fourth Ave., Ixmis-villCasiorta it Dr. Soml Pito'herV olj, harmloaa and qnlok euro for man nature and business principles. or to Agents L., St. L. T. R. R. Drury, Herbert Cain and C. E. Hasham. Infants' and Children's) Complaints. Snpcrlor to Castor OIL How does the politician get into office Parcgorio or Karootlo Syrnps. Children cry for Castorlo. MilCured by S. S. S. Tetter Epoch. on n protective platform? lions of Mothers Mess Castorln. s Specific (S. S. S.) about I used Swiff He tells the manufacturer that since The transition from long, lingering and " I recommend Castoria for children's Castoria cures Colic, Constipation 5 the protective tariff is for his special painful sickness to robust health marks three years ago for an aggravated case of Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation ; complaints, as superior to any prescription QWta healthy sleep ; also nlIa digestion ; benefit, he must furnish SI, 000,000 an epoch in the life of the individual, Tetter, and was cured sound and well known tome." II. A. Anciisit, M.D., Witliout narcotic utuc(actlon. relit So. Oxford SL, Brooklyn, N.Y. campaign fund. a remarkable event is treasured in the with tliree bottles. I have had no Tins Ckktacu Cohtaxv, 7! Murray St., New York. turn of the annoying disease since. I And what docs the manufacturer do? memory, and the agency whereby the Helieves him and leluctantly furnishes good health has been attained is grate- tried various other remedies beforo using the money. fully blessed. Hence it is that so much S. S. S. but they failed to cure me, or What does the politician then do ? is heard in praise of Electric Kitten. So benefit me in any way. Oi.in C. Fooi.k, GEO. W. SWEARINGEN, Pfl.ES. W. P. FREDERICK, CASH. He goes to the people and tells them many feel they owe their restoration to Fairfield 111. I have sold Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) fiat protection is for theii special bene health, to the use of the Great Alterative fit, and tutu the country is going t and Tonic. If you are troubled with for a number of years, and can cheerbe Cor. Sixth and Main Sis., LOUISVILLE, KY. As a tonic and ruined with British hvc tr.i le if they any disease of the Kidneys, Liver and fully recoinniond it. CAPITAL $500,000. SURPLUS $12,500. DIRECTORS. don't all vote for him. Stomach, of long or short standing, you blood purifier it is without an equal. U'm. P Otter. R. F IWke. W. T Orant, C. C Strater, John G. Roach. B W Wood. Fred Hoerts, Wm. Gituus, Nashville, 111. liy what special argument do ,'S bo will surely find relief by use of Electric ltaac W. Ilernhtim, W. V. Drtimmond, John Doerhoefcr, James P. L"urd, Henry llrocknun. Pays Interest on Time Deposits. Negotiates Purchase and Sale ol Hon is. Solicits your Uusineis secure the fanners' vote ? Hitters. Sold at 50c. and $1 per bottle at Considers it Without an equal. He assures them that protection bring G. W. Short's, Clovcrport, Ky., and J. "I have used your valuable remedy (S. down the price of everything, and then A. Witt's, llardinsburg, Ky. S. S.) for a number of years, and considpromises htm a protective tariff 011 nil er it witliout an equal as a blood purifier ins larm products, 111 order to increase A MAJORITY OF THEM LAWYERS. anil tonic. In fact, I would not attempt the price. The lawyers will have the best of it in to enter upon a spring or t umincr in this Runthe Constitutional Convention. climate without it. I never tire of sayTho Pulpit and the Stage. ning through the list of gentlemen who ing a good word for S. S. S. when I have Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor fiiited are sure to bo elected the assurance an opportunity. Hretheren Church, Blue Mound, Kan., arising from nhsjncc of opposition or II. W. Coi.kman, Dade City, Fla. says: "I feel it my duty to tell what from having the nomination of tliedouii-nan- t Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has paity it is quickly apparent that mailed free. done for me. My Lungs were badly dis- a niajoritv of them are lawyers. As TiieSwift Specific Co., Atlanta Ga. eased, and my parishioners thought I there are a good many lawyers among could live only a few weeks. I took five those other gentlemen who are in doubt Don't Raise Your Hat. bottles of Dr. King's Xew Discovery and about their election, but with a chance am sound and well, gaining 2( lb. in to win, it may be set down as certain A fashion paper says it Is no longer weight." that n majority of the delegates to the good form for a gentlomnn to raise his Arthur Love, Manager of Love's Funny convention will be lawyers. Fortysix hat when he meets a lady on the street. Folks Combination, writes: lawyers ai e alcady as good as elected. A courteous wave of tho hand, not un"After thorough trial and coninciiig evidence, Ten fanners are in the same lucky boat, like a military salute, has been substitutI am confident that Dr. King's Xew Disand three doctors are sure of their seats ed for the old custom in London, Paris, covery for Consumption beats 'em all, The others are pretty well distributed as Vienna and prints in America whero and cures when everything else fails. to occupation, and doubtless there are a styles are btarted. It is not a fad but The greatest kindness I can do my many number of lawyers farmers and doctors conviction that uncovering the head in Such thousand friends is to urge them to among those whose occupations arc not the air caused a number of cases of influ-0117To see a man go along the street try it. Freo trial bottles at G. W. Short's, reported. Some of the lawyers aro also Clovcrport, Ky., and J. A. Witt's, llar- bunkers, railroad men and fanner) are and with u spasmodic grab yank his hat dinsburg. Ky. Regular sie 50c. and $1.00. three reformed physicians. One editor, off and bring it down over his face bo he one druggist, one pension agent and can see tho inside of n crown is amusing. school teacher, one banker and a num- Fools do the same tiling and saphead GUSTON. ber of "business men," including mer- dudes always. In the future keep on chants and trades of all sorts, will be your bat if you wish to bo in style. Miss Maud Adkinson is at home from y Make a salute, just touchLouisville on a short visit to her mother. among the delegates. Courior Journal. ing the rim of the hat. Misses Netty Scarce and Allie Nuntley, LONG BRANCH. of Louisville, made a short stay with Personal Comfort a Specialty with Misses S. and It. M. BickerstafI of Miss Sue Coc, near Guston. Seashore Excursion. Miss Maude K. Allen, of Louisville, Cincinnati are isiting relatives at this No one who feels inclined to go on the who has been visiting her cousin, H. L. place. Miss Nellie McGhee arrived homo Old Point trip should hesitate for fear of HjII, returned home last Friday. "Good 'morning, Charlie. What is tho news ?" Sunday from a two weeks visit at being crowed or neglccteh, for this canMr. Jas. Osborne, our builder and con"Why I haven't you hoard that tho Hamilton -- Brown Stcphcusport. not possibly occur with the oxtra cure tractor, lias just finished a neat little Shoe Co. have got out a Pour Dollar Shoo that beats Aunt Pop. Hendiick is visiting Mrs. taken of the excursionists. Ench passcottage for Mr. Harry Hell. ovorythinsr they have done yet?" Calvin Hendrick. enger occupies his berth in the sleeper Miss Ella Goo linan, of Alabama and Mr. C. W. Parson Superintendent of is carefully waited on by an attentive Miss Westby, of Louisville, are guests of the Rock gas company spent last week potter is run though on schedule time, the Misses Munfonl this week. with us. und assigned a room before getting to the Mr. Lirrie Parrot an family, of Suni-pte- r, Mr. A. Ditto Jr. lias been appointed to Hygeia Hotel so as to avoid any rush. AND-B- E S. C. is spending the summer with take charge of the Post Olllice at Long What more could you ask? Mr. Henry Cain, near Guston. Hranch. A word to the Indies who have no esThero were 37,000 signaturoi to tho Miss Lula Lewis, of Brandenburg, has Chloroforming Willi TarlicyH. Mr. F. Ditto Sr. has sold ground on his corts. Especial provision will bo made call for tho couvention of tho Farmers' bjen on a two weeks visit at her grand-father- farm for Depot purposes and a station has for your comfort, and extra care taken Jim White ovn3 a patch of ground Alliance and Knighti of Labor in NeIt. J. Patterson near Guston. to see that you will Kciev) overy little near this placo. Tho surrounding forest braska. been established. . That number voting solidly detail attention. For hither information abounds in wild turkeys, und iirtlie can control tho election this fall. There Rh'iiu.s still on the incrjasj, pjoplo spring old Jim upends most of his time Senator McCrecry, w ho left an cstato apply to W. A. WIuics,, Traveling hunting their nests and occasionally cap- aro 7U.CC3 Alliance ihoinbers in tho state.' fro 11 all pirts of t'io cjuatry aro seen valued at $100,000, only willed $11,000 to Passenger Agent, 253 Fourth Avenue, turing tho birds alivo. This ho accomdiily going to anl from our thriving his worthless son, Huwes, and adds. Louisville, Ky. "W'u believe tbij tariff should bo replishes in a novel manner, yet tho proctown. vised by its victims.'" is ouo of tho plunks "It is less than I havo given to others, ess is much moro matter of fuel than Messrs Patterson & Hewley shipped and so I intend it. If he shall adopt any iitvthu platform of(.t)ie Macon county, sportsmanlike. What a Man Eats. Dls.. )) audio ,of tho Farmers' Mutual through our depot this week, 33 hhd's serious employment it is enough, if ho Ho first discovers tho turkoy'sroostlng Dcin,'it ipoi'fiitinu. of tobacco which tlioy havo had on hand shall fail to do so it is too much. A curious calculation of tho amount of place, and then, under cover of darkIt is 11 sinco 1888-0- . foundation upon which industry may food consumed in n lifetime of 70 years ness, ha fires n brush heap near tho treo, Nineteen, Miss Eva Carrigan, of Society Hill, rear a superstructure, or idleness .may lias recently been iniulo by M. Soycr, a which ho bus previously prepared, and Guests whilo tho turkey's attention ia attracted S. C. left for her home lust Tuesday, after destroy it." Thero is n wholo pormonftn Fronch Havanl, now chief of tho Reform to thp flames Jim creeps up to tho tree spending two months with her cousin, this and boys who are disposed to!ook Club of Txindon. Among other things' with Iila applianco used for making tho Cy FRANKLItl FILE. upon the wlno while it is red and fritter M. Soyer n.iyri that tho nverago cnlcuro capture. This consists of several secMiss E. M. Carrigan. their timo away in idleness, should do of threo score and ten will havo consumtions of strong bamboo rods, jointed Miss G. C. Moorman, of Hr.indonburg R i ite s . ed 30 oxen, 200 sheep, 100 calves, 200 like u fishing rod, and may bo extended and her company from Louisville, made well to study it. Interior Journal. I'lT Kr ( it lambs, 50 pigs, 2,200 fowls, 1,000 fish, of twenty or thirty feet in length. At tho n short stay at her sister's Mrs. C. II. There is u firm in Cincinnati which dill'ercnt kinds, :10,000 oysters, 6,475 top end is becured a saucer shaped vesDrury, during tho big revival at Bowlcy-villeach year beats 21,000 gold dollars into pounds of sel, over which u Binall bottlo is fastenvegetables, 243 pounds of butted, neck downward. To tho cork is atgod leafs, and us each dollar can bo bent er, 24,000 eggs, and four tons of bread, tached a cord, which runs tho entire Mr. Frank Hardawny"after playing the into a slieat that will carpet two rooms besides several hogsheads of wlno, ten, length of tho rod. Tho bottlo is then part of an Irish tramp for half an hour, Hi feet square, some idea may bo formcollee, Ac. This enormous amount of filled with- - chloroform, and under cover tho oxpeuso of his parents told them ed of its tenuity. It requires 1,400 sheets at food will weigh but llttlo short of 40 tons. of durk shadows Jim noiselessly 'elevutcs that he was their son" who lias boon of gold leaf to equal in thickness n sheot the drug to within n short distanco of St. Louis Republic, West in the standing army for the last of writing papsr, and takes '280,000 of the turkey's nose. Ho then pulls tho five years is at I101113 on n furlough for them piled upon tho other, to equal an string, causing tho cork to withdraw Worth Knowing-Huaiin- s' and allowing tho drug to fall into the A STORY OF LIFE IN OKLAHOMA two months. inch in thickness. St. Louis Republic, Tosic Tho old time, reliable vessel. Tito fluid is at onco inhaled, nni? pleoso all lovers .of fiction. ReputaBattlo Biliousness, Besiege Malaria remedy for Fever and Ague. tho bird presently drops to tho ground Willsliull soon begin its publication Wo Do not punish your children with hitt. ter nauseous mixtures when you can get break up Chills with "C. C. C. Certain tion earned by Thirty years success. You stupefied. St. Louis in these columns. "0. 0. C. Certain Chill Cure" on n guar- Chill Cure," tho pleasant remedy. No can dopond upon It. Tuv It I Dnua- OIHT8 HAVE IT. IT. Have your Job work done at this offico cure, no pay. Sold by (J. W. Short. antee. Any child will take it. Breckenridge News. Grand Annual Excursion to tho Seashore via L., It. L. & T. and C. & 0. Koutcs. A Simple Tariff Lesson. Whlto Sulphur Springs, Richmond, The following Is a very simple tnriir Old Point Comfort and Norfolk visited BEWLEYVILLE. 1890 FRANK S.COOK, : GROVE'S Tasteless Chill Tonic mKmmm. -w only half tho price of other Chill Tdnles. r Ko ftulnino needed. No nnriratlvn O vtnnJkJ It 1 ai pleasant to the taste as lemon" . , tyrnp. , , The imalleit infant wilt tako it and never know itis moiHoine. Children cry for it. Kever fails to enre, , Chills onco broken will not rettro. Cost .yon Cheaper than LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES, DOORS, nnlnlnn It parities the blood and removes allmalarial poison from the system,"It is as large as any dollar tonlo an' RETAILS FOR SO CENTS. v Contains no poison. .J. jBl r. n a. rsr e d Couuwvtlli, &c ZBXjIZEsTIDS I'OIt SALB IiY wii'MBI JCBD.I flriM? fcrnd me thru lotto f roar Orove'a Tut leu Chill Tonlo. ! u pltfcted with tbv from Jon Iftt ittmraer. The ntHibl worst aeiifniru witfi i, I your lo nmi lift and Chill Tutalcrniwlab-d- , thlhlren who vera plt tor rlhj d. hid thronli, bttlaf chill iMalba ii!od of Uitm for tytar. ftn1 Will ihm week, rur with lh Chill Tonld tbrjr were IttU aad fcttrir. with rrd aatl roar tlurka llruJIIUUirm. w. vr. STi.tsox, u. d. ria l,truil, Mim , Dttt 13. t 1S83, li lilnlo, 3"ESSE "W. Sr, O-sZBII- ' -- 'Estimates! promptly made. In $11 JUL asth. & 16th STS., uiuvKilPORT, KY, ADD.IS0N, KY.' m .LOUISVILLE, KY. What is pse tlfe sate, and largo SnBc. ' ,.all ' Wo"" r J quick ",iiiirinssjfn IsB&BMASwVrlSjPHsiiflF felzS-l&- Toisi 11 TTrrrinMi' Evl 1 r I Respectfully, L.D.ADDISON, , , Addison, Iy, 1CASTORIA1 e, ,JM jEsVIlh:, Ind. j . UNION NATIONAL BANK 4 The H. W. HE RNDON CO Produce & Hen'ral No. 144 Third St., Single Strap Track Couiiiiiu ; Louisville, Ky. "M0lk""Hlll-iL"-T. ; HARNESS. Prico, $17. IhcTHV VI ar hs"' U'ork",a,,sIl,P nni1 J''"''!' arc oi V-- 11 SAVU MONEY KY BUYING H' c.in sell j on OIItECT. f . sk p Road Cartsvfiom S0.5O up. ' 8END FOl CATALOOuV. ' Harness at from SG.OO up. .. J a. .piArjAPOi.is,iireD,; A0JIE MA2$FA0TURING 00. , W ,., JH I THE LOUiSVILLE & ST. LOUISAIH LINE. (L. B.AST. L.'R. R.)' ' semi-militar- ., SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND DEST LINE TO - St,i- Louis, Evansville AND ' ALL POINTS West and lime-Cu- FRUIT-TR- EES South-Wes- t. .. Yes, I have seen them, they are for sale at SULZER'S, Cloverport, Ky. TRY A PAIR" HAPPY- .- ...... 1 Apple, Pencil, Pear, Plum, Cherry, Lr.. Louisville 8:45 a.m.,.9i10 p.m...4:10 p.m. &c. Full line of small Fruits for ArrSt. Louis 7:15 " ,.,7.'J5 " ; EfanirlllA 2:25 " ...9;50 p.m. Fall 1890. Write for special prices For furtlicr laforiuTtlun, call on or adi'rtas, oulotsv It will pay you to buy JOS S 00I0RNE, Gen'l Paw. Ag't, Lounvlllo, Ky. your trees at homo. B, L. BRYANT, Trav."Pag'r Ag't, Loultrllle, Ky. All stock warranted truotonamo. d in Elect Dee, 16, 1888, 100.000 c BUY YOUE W. S. ASHBY, CL0VERP0HT, KY. 's SHIBTS ' KIKUT- I- J. D. BORAGE. & HUMPHREYS' Da. lIuxrilRKTl' 8rECirira are cIintinrAllv and carefully prepared pruacrlptloaa : uaod for many Yean In Drlrato nraetlce vrtin lucceaji.ana xorover thlrtryearsujedbrtho people. Ktery slnsloSpo- clDo la a special cure for tbe disease uamed. ThfiiUI HuectHca rum TYllhm.t rimircrlnv nnm log or reducing the system, and aro la facrand at Cup Packet Line. dcodtiuiBOTorolEnromodlcaortlioU'orld. !, Usrnrriu!(CTrAt.icos. cenxa. . a refers, vonffcsiion. lunammatinn nuci II Wornia, Worm Fever, Worm Collo . yluor fJoIlr.orTcetnlugof Infants lurrnoa, ui tuiiurvnur Aauiia., ff vefl.nl nrv. GrlnttKr. Illllnii. fnlM ... II L'holero, nlorbua, vomiting 7 Congbf), Culd, Uroncbltls II o. Xjma WE ' Passenger, Mail and Express Boats. For all way landingi, between LouUvllleand UenJorion, the elegant and fleet steamera TELL CITY, CITY or OWENSBOItO. One of the aboye fine ilde wheel iteamerj nan up and dewn dally, Splendid accommodation I for i took. and 178 Fourth itreet; Oeneral ofllce Leulivllle, Ky. W. W. niTE, Preit. D. L. PtMRT, Supt. IT Uli m& it james auiiiniE. Vbooplntr (lougli, Violent Couglia, .3(1 Mlliy.l'nyslcalWeakncu .00 Ai U".n,eral 3-- Hoadncbea. RlcklleaUacbe. Vertigo llyapopsla. 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