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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890091701_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. I. 51 VOL. XV. SCOTT'S mTTTl IMJlLi 4. - BREKENRIDGE NEWS. t v -- , r : CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1890. .Miss NO. 7. 1 WHAT IfllNIil'; CONSUMPTION By 0AR0-L0UIB- E atuner pears midulin' pious, lot. I reckon sho must havo skipped tho lost pages of tho prayer book. Torn out, por-haps- ." still sing I aloiib alii uosolatb,' or worn to that effect?" -- LITTLE HENNIE'S A. WILD RUN. OLARK. SCROFULA BRONCHITIS COUGHS COLDS Wasting Diseases lQoryi'l l.y Mncrlcan Trcaj Association. Wonderful Flosh Producer. Many bava Gainod ono pound, por day by xta uso. Scott's Emulsion is not a secret romody. It contains tho stimulating properties of tho Hypophos-pbite- s and puro Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, tho potoncy of both boinpr largely increased. It is usod by Physicians all ovor tho world. h-w PALATABLE AS MILK. SCOTT ' Sold hy all Druggists. A. BO WNE, Chemists, N.Y. 1MK OP fir r- - j L How odloii3tho80 women wero in tnoir How chill tho night waa rirowiu'. Ilow tho flnnif.t" now. gctthiR liko tho fircH of (ho under world consuming nil Unit was bright und beautiful in this world that had once been fair. v .) A' glnrico into the st refit below confirmed to Kntherino Weiitherly'8 eycu tho talk of tho gossiping women. Sho caught one gliinnsoof tho lleet horse, flying wheels nnd n familiar figure, on his arm an almost prostrate form. Tho red light was on everything, on that strong faco which, turning for n moment with,u quick gesture to, look back nt tho fire, rovcaled to Kathorino the well known features, the bushy brows almost die fancied sho could discover tho kindly but reproachful eyes, which now fould tnroMblyl novjbr again look 3 into now. Angela Stuuiler sho had forgotten tho vC'JXimmo until thus rudely recalled to her.lVanJDayij had spoken of llor more tliaiuonco?liiid remarked upon hor namo conrcu coinmonta! snp-orti- spell. Sho looked ho beared like, and as whito as this celery stick that's boon underground for months and just como to tho light o' day. Let's go ia and see." p, But Katherino had fled tho place. "What aila your mother, Star, boy? 1 think she's took with a chill or n (aiutin' Now ho roused himself. "No, child, sho doos not, bcrnuso ' would not be truo. Sho would not bj tho only ono who is 'lonely and deso- late.'" , chapter a;. JoJUO -A- ngelS. . Capital Stocb$25,000. i( h V 0. "A veritable angel fihols,M'ho had said nt ono time; "so the patients think, Sho sings to tln'in in tho twilight when 'they aro ablo to listen." At another timo w & B. F. BEARD, President. WILL MILLER, M. II. BEARD, Cashier. MOKHIS KSKRIDQE R. M. JOLLY. W. BEAltD "J -- "Oh, Dr. Van Duyn," the cried; "I natw been w cruet to unjust." Tho November 'Klll was in Ihe air. t A cold-ra- in waa falling quiotly, except ho said: when irritated by a restless wind which . 'tLittlo Angola, tho nurse, -- has the listed to blow occasionally on Southwick volco of an angel. Last night sho sang and anon ot North End with perfect im' ' something liko this: . - Directors J SIocp, dear one, sleep- - and well for thee Such rest I.h thine. Tlio fato to walk Ufa desolate Alouo Is mine. partiality. ' NEVEH FAILS PLEASANT TO TAKE. (J I jtt V hr IB f It Summer advanced with ardor, waxed and waned. Tho cool of tho year drew on apneo. Tho groves about Fornwood J. C. MENDENHALL & CO., turned from emerald to ruby and garFBonunons, sols Ind., V. 8. A. net, then sobered down to dull topaz. VTA2f8TIT,I.I!, Eatheriuo was much out of doors with SOLD AND WARRANTED BY Star, who had not been well through tho C3-- - "STsT- summer. Twico had ho lain very low. She had called Dr. McNeil, tho old Scotch physician, from Southwlck. Notin prido, not in nsvengo had sho called in tho now and forttakou tho old. Katherino waa very humblo now. Her past waa over before her, sometimes to accuse and reproach, always to humblo and soften her. No i ono would call nor prouu now nor haughty. But sho had called Dr. McNeil in order to sparo herself and out of pity J to nerscir. "I cannot enduro to bco what I have lost," sho thought; "that might have been inino, but which now belongs to another." Sho did not know that by so doing sho was wounding yet moro that truo heart for catalogue. TERRY M'F'G CO., NASHVILLE. TENH. which waa, trying to beliovo that Katherino Weatherly would never moro be UlrK HfcW . ilu aught to him; that by rejecting his 8(ta Holld n iii .inn help which sho had promisod nover to north sivv.vu. imm . Iwiteh In lb world. Jrfct sho Umk!r W.rr.nl.dli..ry, do him. had cast away forover all thought solid aoip nantinr caw. of Both UdlM'snd r.ul ilill, FwUb works .nd ..... ol On ono of these fall mornings, as she rnul ntu. Oll rnuonln FhA locality can Hear. on. walked tho wood paths with Star, gathMfree, tortthrr with our l.rf. ering tho few Into, wildfiowors, John wiiWKBmMmrL4&A tid vkImLIi lln.of Household i.'Sample.. Thoo umpl.., . w.ll Pidgin came through tho grove, market 'WiriJiTIBBH .71 .,.!. tra All Ibl Work TOW -, w B.ti to I. to .how wh. jr. Mnd TOO t. til wb. jiU- nnlU basket in hand, on his rotnrn from "relic fritndl tod n.lihbor. .nd Ibo.. .boot Ula.bU trsdi forw. whUb bold; forye.r hnna .Urwd. hnntin'," as ho termed his marketing, in and tbui w. his contempt for northern grown garden you know arn from stuff. "As purty as a pictur'J" ho Htlnson aloud as his appreciative oyes caught sight of tho beautiful mistress of BUY YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS FROM "Fornwood, her lilac gown dropping down in long folds from beneath a littlo shoulder wrap very soft and white and clingWhISC81Sa ing. Her crown of Bnow white linir till unequal, ind to Introduce oar ah, whito now as the driven snow her uprrioriroodiMtwIllti'ndriiK ilHlrilrMl4 to ox k i Kitno v m t icb loctmrt dark brows and darker eyes, tho fluttera above. Only tboia who writ ing pink of her chook, formed a picture touit oncecaa malt lurt of indeed, so quaintly sweet, bo poetic ono HbJ" tbtcbnc Allj'oal.tvttotloiii vr food n rtturnit hw might fancy sho had stepped down from thoi who till toot nrlrhbon nd thott around you. Tha ba an old bit of Dresden china into the rlnnlnr of tbll advtrtUtment ahowf tha imall tntl of the ttla, midst of tho dry autumn wood and tho cop. tlM ftUowior cnl .Tt tha arptaranca of It raiued to dying year. Littlo Star at her side was very liko his mother in foaturo, the samo straight brows and brilliant oyes. the flftlath part flu talk. It U a CT"d,4ouWIiaUla-JcWa will alM ito His dark coat and scarlet cap wero in Urrt tiVair to a'day atlaaat, from w you ho w tou tha lUii.wfih. anmaka (Wm 3 payaU iprta bttr writa at onca. Watf7T0TLAJrD, eW. pretty contrast to Katherino's garments MiUI. Im;U.UALLKTT CO., o so dainty and ethereal in coloring. John Pidgin's admiration of "the BUY YOUIl SOUOOIi BOOKd FUOM Missus" was unbounded, no had stodd patiently for hours, and Bat uncomplainingly on n wooden chair for many a half day whilo Kathorino mado various charcoal attitudes and oil studies of him. His pluin but honest faco hung in the Loan exhibition at North End for tho benont of St. Luko's hospital nnd tho mission to Rnmapntam, tho study boing chosen rathor for its SURE CURE FOR vigorous execution than for any ideal qualities in tho Bnbject. "I hoard toll some nows ovor to North Bnd, Miss Kathorino," began John in his For 30 Yoars a Success. drawling voico. "Tho Methodist minister is wclconiin' his Bcvcnth daughter (Bible tm Toftlmony thou itoaa number) and both tho nussos aro loavin THY IT for Yotimolf. St. Luko's today. Miss Loomis is goln' many Uitert like facte; Proprietor! hate hosto polish up nt a BETTER THAN QUININE. pital in Now York, and littlo Miss Stuf-fe- r Mr. M. M. Koitenon. Donoy Co., is goiu homo to get married." Ark., iayu "lean certify to the faot Katherino bent low over, a clump of that Hughes' Tcnlo It the belt chill tnnb I ever tried. I comlder It better goldourodi her whitoning faco deep in than quinine." tho feathery blooms. CURES CHRONIC CASES. "Sho has a purty face, littlo Miss Mr. II. W. McDonald, Laurel Hill Stufier, nnd thoy'H miss her voico in tho MUi., wrlto. i "Your Hughes' Tonle for choir como Christmas and Easter," conchilli and fever has never failed vet, tinued John. and I have told It to a number of chro-nl- o cases. It euros them every tlue." Still no rcsponw. "Wonder how tho cowboys and ranchAsk for Hughes Tonic and takeKoOtber To Doums ers willappreciatohorBlngin' PRICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE. and such, John chuckled with a sonso Small Size, 60 Cents. 1 of Ids superior culture. "Sho'a goin' to rUIIMBID BY live on tho frontir,yon know. Katherino tuntMUte a statuo on its ROBINSON - PETTET CO., pedestal. 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I'm sure, or Bho.cpuldn't sing sol" HovC Knthcrihe"rocallel overy;word, branded uj)on her heart' now as' by firer "Let us go home, John," sho said, "it is nil over;" and as they took their homeward way in tho fading light of tho dying flames sho felt' that tho light lul'd tfond out of her lifo as well leaving only darkness through" tho coming1 days. That light no kindly, bo benignant her own band had rudely quenched. Angela Stauffor ! Angela Stauff er! How tho name rang in her ears. Sho woko at midnight from a vivid dream of a young girl, her brows bound with n wreath of ilamo, tinging with tho "voico of on angel'" Tho fato to walk lifo desolate Alono Is mine. o; Dr. Van Duyn, wrapped in his heavy mink coat as in midwinter, canio hurriedly down his offlco steps for a ten milo drive. A man of powerful physique, sturdy health and correspondingly iturdy spirits, ho yet contemplated this long wet journey with positive droiul. Lifo had lyecomo drear and unintorost-ui- g U this man himself bo gloriously mdowed with nil that makes lifo inHis ambition teresting to others. icemed paralyzed, hopo benumbed. Ho looked forward to tho futuro as something perhaps endurable bocaueo stung her. Bounding to her feet sho Chicago, nearly lost his life as tho restood liko somo wild thing at bay. sult of a scientific experiment which ho "Dr. Van Duyn," sho panted, "Dr. Van had carried beyond tho bounds of perDuyn, you nro cruel, you aro merciless sonal safety. to throw my own words at mo so! Yon. Sinco tho now street car cablo on whom pcoplo call humane! How could I ever think you wero kind or tender? Madison street has been running chilYou aro well qualified to bo n surgeon; dren havo discovered that a strong curyou could cut one's heart out without a rent of air is continually working down tremor of pity or remorse. You you" through tho slit in tho road. Acting on and bursting into a torrent of tears sho this discovery many of them havo sank down on tho low divan in tho faramused themselves tying n pieco of paper thest corner of tho room. string nnd nn old tomato Ho did not go to her at once. at ono end of a John Van Duyn was a deliberate can or similar articlo nt tho other. Layman, a man of, few mistakes, act- ing tho pieco of paper on tho slit, thoy ing only upon forethought and con- soon had tho satisfaction of seeing it disviction, and then carrying that convicappear under ground, whero tho string tion in his very tread. Whon katherino's becamo wound around tho cable, and in hottest .tears were shed, when tho pain n moment or two their delight would and resentment had all died out, Van bo intensified by seeing tho tomato can Duyn wont over to her. Ho sat down by tho street her side, and taking first one hand nnd go rattling down Altenborg, however, is Little Henry then the other in his Own he gradually of a reflective turn, and ho figured it out. tilrew hor to himself. "Child," ho fcald, so tenderly, yet so that if ho tied a ropo around his waist earnestly, "child, let mo say this do not ho would bo ablo to stop tho cablo whon resont it, I beg of you; but you arolonelv, tho slack of tho lino would bo hauled you aro desolate, perhaps you aro ill. taut, as tho lako mariners say. Other You said so. I havo como to Fernwood, as you bndo mo. I havo come to you. boys might fasten cans to tho creeping No, do not draw away. I have said I cable, but such divertissement was too should never ask for you again, but oh, timo for him. Running up to his mother's rooms nt child, I want you I want you!" As lie drow her closer ho looked into 803 West Madison street, ho quietly nnd hor dark oyes for tho answer to his without ostentation took tho cord from unasked question. tho family bed. Fastening it about his "Oh, Dr. Van Duyn," sho cried; "I ho tied to tho other end a pieco havo been so cruel so unjust I havo middlo askod help and counsel from others of paper. Running down into tho street whon I wanted you. Not in prido or ho dangled tho paper into tho cablo tunnel. His scientific ideas had been well resentment, but bocanso I did not understand. I I misconstrued some things. conceived. The currents of air that If I enn over atone" swished down tho dark passago whirled "Child," ho said j tenderly, drawing tho puper about until tho ropo wound that fair head very closo to his heart, round nnd round tho cable. Then his "givo mo yourself i j bo my very own. wild career began. Then shall you be your own atonement" Men, women and children, and tho THE END. West End gentlemen who wear silk hats Tlio disapproving eyes burned and Littlo Henry Altcnberg, who lives with liis parents nt the corner of West Madison street and Western avenue, CIiIciiro Hoy's ThrlllliiK Experience ns I'nrt of a Cable Car System. GREGORY &C0i, J v1 J Headquarters for FRUIT TREES Reapers Pine Brick, and Mowers, Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherry, &c. Full line of small Fruits for Fall 1890. Write for special prices on lots. It will pay you to buy your trees at home. All stock warranted true to name. 100.000 Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Michigan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Eair, & Poplar Shingles n'-w- Handles, Pino Flooring kept on hand. Orders accompanied by cash prompt- Plow ly filled. Ill'Y YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS FROM DAU-DO- E. W. S. ASHBY. CL0VERP0RT, KY. D. HAMBLET0N, Real' Estate Agent CLOVERPORT, KY, HUMPHREYS' Db. 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A familiar flgnro in a down town boanery, where ono finds no moro elaborate menu than is comprised in such utterances as "Ham andl" "Draw ono!" and "Threo sinkers!" is an old man with white hair and n corttin something about him that suggests better days. incurable This jrcrson gonorally makes his As ho stood at his horso's head on this in his favorite haunt about wet night drawing on his gloves John Pidgin nppeared suddonly around the noon and sits thero until 0 o'clock in tho He crossed afternoon. Ho always has n pencil in cornor, driving in haste. his hand and a pieco of paper beforo over to tho doctor. "Juicy evening, sir," said John, touch- him on tho table, on which ho occasioning his hat, and without another word ally jots down a memorandum. Every ho laid a littlo whito note into tho doc- now and then ho chatters earnestly to tor's ungloved hand and was gouo. himself. Many a customer has had his Van Duyn did not go into the curiosity so far aroused that ho has to tho propriotor for an explanacountry that night. 'Twas only a case of chronic rheumatism ag- tion of tho old fellow's mysterious congravated by tho weather. The weath- duct. Ho learns that tho mysterious habitue er and the rheumatism would bo better tomorrow. Ho went back into tho office, is an old Bostoninn whoso children live Katherino's littlo missivo next his heart. in Now York and snpiort their father. He lighted tho room doliberato'y, re- Tho old man usod to bo wealthy, but lost moved his heavy coat and sat down by his fortune and his mind together some years ago. tho fire. His favorite amusement is to sit all "This is all a happy delusion," ho said; "lot it last awhilo." But after a littlo day, as described, noting the orders as ho took out Katherino's note. Could it thoy aro given by tho jwitrons of tho res" bo truo, uctunlly n word from hor who taurant. Every timo "iork and is tho order ho scores ono for his had boon bo long dead to him. Ho read nativo town, and whon tho toothsome it ut last: Dr. Van Dirtx: I beliovo I am ill. I know I am bean is ordered New York stylo ho also very lonely and desolate. Is thcro no panacea fot reluctantly jots down tho fact "111 n mawX A4fta ftin 4ln such a disorder, t A s.4 it perhaps fatal? Will you nl. tfit.fil come to Fernwood? Xithkrinb Weathkhly. pfcoll how the orders havo rnn during tho Later, as ho enmo in out of tho black, -- porn anu unfriendly night, out of tha chill nnd sleet uay, occauso wnon oruers ior Boston" havo been in tho majority tho into tho glow and warmth and bright- old man goes homo a satisfied air ness of tho littlo library at Fernwood, he and a pleasant word with desk, whilo at tho seemed to leave behind him all tho old whon tho coso is reversed ho goes out cheerless lifo, with its burden of longing with a troubled faco nnd muttering anand "hopo deferred." Katherino in her grily to himself. Now York Herald. soft gray gown, with a mass of doop rod chrysanthemums in her belt, waa more Lo.t to Slcht, beautiful than over. As John Van Duyn Gen. Sheridan was not a tall man, looked into that lovely face, so puro and ho hud a commanding presence. palo, thoro was un expression there that though ho was an under officer ho was he had novor marked before. In the Whilo a company, and was droop of tho eyelids and the sweep of the ono day drilling unsoldierly appearanco annoyed by tho lashes thero was a suggestion of melancholy which moved him deeply. Had he of a tall, round shouldered Irish recruit "Don't stand in tluit way," Sheridan been unkind? had ho added aught to hex look liko finally exclaimed. burden of life? Ho tried to roviow the Chinaman doubled "You a washtub.a over post year. Had ho been unforgiving erect, chest out and whero ho should havo been friendly? af Straighten up form chin elevated. Liko this!" most vindictivo at times when ho should Thou tho officer gavo tho man a always havo trusted her? Occupied thus of tho perfect soldier in in lotrospoction and self accusation he parado Ids oyes fixed had no word to say. Long he stood gaz- terably movement. earthly things. unalaway from ing into tho open fire, aolf reproachful to "An" its Bthraight fthid 111 bo afther bo Buro, but, ah, bo happy and content to looldu' all tho toimo?" askod tho recruit, bo with her again. at his superior officer, "Ah I" thought Kathorino, "why can glancing down in his eyo. with a twinklo ho not speak to me? Why" can ho not "Yes; if you mean to bo a respectable Buy something beyond a mere 'Good evening?' Thero is tho weather at least soldier, certainly." Tho Irishman puffed himself out liko Is ho bo estranged that he cannot even inquire for my health, as anyruoquaint-anc- a pigeon, and stepping off to tho measured "IUghtl" "Loftl" ho oxclaiinod, would do?" good-bto ye, leftenant; I'll prido roso within her. Why hod "Well, Her nlvor bco yoagin." Youth's Companion. sho oent for him? Why did ho not sec the delicacy of her position and como to Surfitco Trafflo la Ills Cities. her rescue by word op look evon All at Trustworthy figures, recently comonco it became vxtrmoly difficult, oven show tho milcago absurd, for her! to tell him that ho had piled, in tho United States of street car toitellhim that track nearly 0,000. Horso and Canada railways ocshe- hod mistaken. her own heart; that to bo cupy 5,003, electric railways 1.753, dumrethere was nothingthero but deepest Tho gard for him aye, lovo, strong nnd un- my lines 650 and cablo lines 441.operachanging. It was imposslblo to tcllhim, number of electrio roads now in against 41 cablo roads. Somo as ho stood thero so absorbed in thought, tion is 204tho enormous proportions to idea of bo unresponsive, that sho could nover atliyo without him. And then tho cold which tho street railroad trafflo has the fact that thought caino over, her, "What if ho tained can bo gainod from wholo populacares for another that I know not of, in ono city, St. Louis, tho 110 times year by tho tion and I have .written him to como to me; streetis carried in tho Btato aof Now. York cars, and desolate?" that I am lonol railways for Prido nnd self respect becamo rampant. tho statistics of tho surfaco 1880,-- show tho year ending September. "Ho uhall not glory in my humiliation; that tho wholo population of th state ho shall novor know that I caroforhim,' curried nearly sixty times. If to and thon fooling as though sho were was surfaco lines wero added tho eledancing on tho. ruins of her own heart,, tho vated roads, the number of trips per inshe said lightly, with a pretty toss of her Bilver.hend,, 'tOh, doctor, that is a grand dividual would bo over eighty. Now posol Nestor, or ono of tho Greek gods York Sun. Hercules, perhaps or an Amazon. Lot A Cheap I'unclcldo for Grupe Mildew. mo got my charcoals and do you in bluok Some of our grapo growers last beason and white. Head ; slightly saoro to tho decided that ammonlacal carbonate of loft, chin a littlo up. Oil, doctor, you'vo o Mephiato with copper is a cheajier fungicido for grapo spoiled itl tno rod light on your faco. What Is new inildow than tho Bordeaux mixture, and at North Knd?" rfw hurried on. "John also that it possesses tho advantage o"er his homo-in- . the south tho Bordeaux mixture of. not spotting Pidgin hoard-frotoday that it was widdlin' moasly-antho fruit Thinking eosae reader may muwpy down there, with cnnsiderablo desire a formula for making tha carbonchicken pops. It is nob bo bad t North ate of copper, wo give th . ono recomEnd, I hopo.r Bailey; Pour Not ivword from tho groat dark man mended by Professor ono quart of into two-quaamvessel standing now with his back to the flro a monia; add threo ounces of carbonate of and looking down at her with an deep ftjreahard :to f awm, copper: stir rapidly for a moment and an.xi6Hiotl CHiji8er&f dlafiweval, a clear, liquid will bo the result This she lweisd;vef Ajiity, iierehanoe.yj ? concentrated liquid may bo kopt indefl-nitol"Whatis tha news from tho hospital?" For use it must bo diluted to she hastened on, "and weren't they sorry twenty-tw- o gallons. -- Anaeja, apd to lose, tha pretty aoei eh por-for- co Boa-tonor-f- a oi nd Now-yonftrrt ejroree-gion-inUk- or and sack coats simultaneously, were soon postpaid awo stricken at tho figure tho boy was ofSold by nruggUta. or sent Manual. on receipt pages) price. Dr. HulrllRs:v8 mailed cutting. Ho pranced down tho track richly bound In cloth and gold, Fulton St. free. NY. Humphreys' aiedlctneC'o.lW liko a yearling colt around a bluo grass pasture. His soiled shirt fluttered in the I I breezo nnd his hat flow off. But ho did not stop to pick it up. Ho couldn't. Ho gripped tho ropo thatsocloselyidcntificd him with tho cablo system and sped on THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIR LIHE. 0E9 nnd on. Then ho lifted up his voice, (L. E. & ST. L. II. R.) e gcvrvry swelled his lusty lungs and yelled wildscvfM etvtirrnw ly. Pcoplo generally shouted, "Hoy!" SHORTEST, QUICKEST at him, and teveral thoughtful ones AND BEST LINE TO asked him if it hurt much, but ho only galloped on. Ho was devotinghiswholo To euro Blllonsncss, Sick Headache, Const! thought to the scientific investigation ho AND ALL POINTS pstion, Malaria, Liver Complaints, tako , was conducting nt such a rapid gait and tho eafo and certain remedy, South-Wes- t. with such flattering success. Ho had started up at Leavitt street at SMITH'S 2:10 p. in. At 2:12 he flushed by Hoyno Time-Cain Effect Dec, 16, 1888, avenue. At 2:13 ho had gathered sieed Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p m...4:10 p.m and was cantering across Seeloy avenue. Arr St. Louis 7:44 " ...7:25 " At 9:11 two men, seeing tho boy's pre9:50 p.m Evansville 2:25 " dicament, rushed out to bear him on his Vfio tho RnAI.I.SIzoOOllttlo Beans to tho For further Information, call on or adilrcss, bottle), they Ann the most convenient. way. Ono of them tried to jork tho rope JOS. S 0DI0RNE, fSsuitfVtolo All Vfj;OH. away, bnt could not. Then they began wise, Qen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky Prlco of cither ior gge. per IlottlO. to call for knives. Thero was a dearth B. L. BRYANT, KISSING"7,7-70,Rs1ii- 5 of knives along Madison street just then 4 cu. (ecpixrs Trav. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky r itimpi). J.F.SMITH 4,C0.UUeriof"BILEnUa.NS,"$T.l0UIS and nono was forthcoming. More men no. joined in tho exciting chase, but Hcnnic with it, led them all by several laps. Soon tho Z1PPINCOTTS MAGAZINE, is a library contents, buy your school books from bab-baui- :. intense excitement of tho situation was in ttself. beginning to tell on him, when at 2.14 It was indttd a hajfy thought to friiit an entire novel in each number. ho mado Robey street, and ho was pantNot a short novelette, but a long story such ing for breath. Still men shouted and S M A L used to get in book form and pay women screamed. Tho boy joined in as you aredollar to one dollar and a halfor. from one WANTEDS and swelled tho high refrain. But ho Not only that, but with each number you gel AT ONCE!. could not break away, and, though rean abundance of other contributions, which gives To sell our choice Nursery Stock. Salary or you a good magatine besides the novel. luctantly, ho madly bjmhI on. commission and steady work for earnest The ringing blows which have been struck on The end camo finally. A. E. Allen, nn workers. the gateway of popular favor, have resounded employe in a aint store, rushed into the LipPin-cott'- s ELLWANGER & BARRY, throughout the entire land, and street with a hugo knifo, tlio only one Magatine stands tn the front rank of Mt. Hope Nurseries, Rochester, N. V. most availnblo along Hennio's entire right of monthly publications, and is the Established 1810. publication of its kind in the way, and trotting along by tho boy's world. For full descriptive circulars, address BUY YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS FROM side liackcd tho ropo in twain. Heunio UPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE, Philadelphia fell exhausted in hisnnns, and tho thrill$1 oo per year, as c Is. single number. ing Bceno was over. Several hundred The publisher of this paper will receive yjut Ieoplo stood gaping at tho boy who had subscription. made such a sensation and tenderly inI VI I al I - JtYiFor LOST or FAILTNO quired if ho were hurt. But ho disdainiElLITYi fully answered, "Naw!" Then a big Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R R. Co. Pel i 'I ra I I Weakness of Body and Blind, EffseU ryiliHU'IHIfCr,.,c.......nM...v,..,..r Ki..l, .H. BUMIUOn rail? HMIorad. Il 1. r.Lrn bluo backed prefect of pollco put thoboy simiiknitia,ixoitTicLorKnoKotK8ariBT80FBeDr. .... i abMiiiiir ..r.iiu. lions, tkiutiiict-i...- ih under arrest Ho was released presently, a. Utlllj fro SO SLIM a.d V.nlo Coailrl.t. WrIU nnd silutitly stolo away to his home DMCriptl. 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HOWELL Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10'Spruca St., New York. cf- - St. Louis, Evansville West and rd ILE BEANS S E E N BAB-BAQ- y ' FOR MEN ONLY! Hebrew, Isracllto and Jew. Our broud national distinction gave us tho namo Israelite in tho time of our ancient greatness, a greatness to which all people may at some timo in the long future rise, and then wo may again, together with all Qod fearing ieople, adopt tho namo of Israelite. Before our ancestors were, in n national sense, Israelites they wero Hebrews, n namo which was and is today a raco distinction. The word Jow is a narrow namo in uso for our separato religious distinction. Nothing could bo plainer to us. Hebrew refers to tho race, Israelite rofors to tho nation, Jow to tho religion. Hobrow Journal. One Way of Kitting Hay. :rro. is. SCHEDULE TIME Tailing Effect At SiOO !. .! o'clck A. HnJunday,Aug. Traitu STATIONS 24, 1890 Weit Bound 53 gui Round Tram. W SlJu A. Kxpr's Expr's M.?U & Expr's Rxpr's Dally 6 25pm D.'Uy 8 UViiii lv Dally Dally 640 7 20 725 745 51 8 03 8lW 7 9W 920 927 820 ai 813 8 20 8 2S 9 37 9 40 94 954 II) 10 10 10 ' 03 837 853 869 8 45 9 07 21 2S 1037 li 1147 llrandenhurjr 1138 MiMdc Springs 1131 Kkron 1123 1120 Oustnn 1110 Irilngton 1101 Webster Un'n Dp'U.ar 1 10pm 9 Ifipm 850 Kentucky St. 12 oS 8 1U West Point 1215 1212pm 8(fi Howard Kock Haven 1167am 7 45 Loni; Ilr.inch 7 V 7 27 7 23 717 7 7 09 00 BEST Tsvisr LIVELY MEDICINE CnEAI'EHT CONSIDERING AMTiL'&r THE fr stwj mmw 1 XSBS-- .tn UllKtrjUr Loillburg Pierce Sample 051 033 A list of military sentences recently mado public in Paris contains this penalty, adjudged upon a cavalryman: is sentenced to four days "Trooper B in the guard house for having cruelly struck his horso whilo it was eating hay with a pitchfork." Perhaps French horses may take on from their masters something of tho traditional politeness of the French raco, but it is not really likely that this cavalry horso found a way to cat his hay with a fork. Youth's Companion. Used to Laundry Work. 2045 1050 912 915 9 27 9 32 9 43 1053 1107 Stcphensport Addison Holt Clovcrport Hawvsxille l'ctrie Falcon Lewisport Powers Fates Owenshoro Mattingly Stanley Worthlneton Cayce Shops Sklltmun 10 51 10 43 10 37 0 43 2S w CHILL CURE. KNOWN MEDICINE QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. 1028 10 10 10 23 05 00 1020 9 49 9 37 9 23 0 22 658 Oil 019 014 BILIOUSNESS, it will also atnus DYSPEPSIA, C. C. MARTIN, AND CHRONIO CONSTIPATION. 1112 1121 1135 954 1001 1007 1010 1015 10 ai 10 47 1058 1143 1160 11 12 Mm, 02pm 1221 1235 1245 918 911 862 H37 8 27 6 '1 515 511 5 01 4 40 4111 4 23 6 63 5 41 6 31 Cloverport, DRUGGIST NEXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICC. Ky 1110 1117 1269 107 117 1123 SpoUsvfllc 11415 137 flaskctts 1155pm 140 1210am 200pm ur.IIciulers'n lv 813 8 04 410 4 01 762 733 7 24 710vm 350 333 3 21 310pm "Mary Ann," her mistress told her, "beforo Ironing tho fino linen always try tho heat of tho iron on something coarso, so as not to scorch tho material." "I don't need to, mum. Thank hevins I hoy a nose, and I knows when tho linen is scorching by tho smell of It, mum." Exchange. Our dear little daughter was terribly ilok, Her bowels were bloated as hard as brick, W feared she would die Till we happened to try Pierce's Pellets they cured ber, remarkably qulok. "LieiiteiiautLonisa" OR, Tho Lost ffA fSft Marriage Certificate By tho house. y. Novor bo without Picrco's Pellets in Thoy aro gontlo anil effective immediato roliof In cases of indigestion, billiousncss and constipation. Thoy do their work thoroughly nnd leavo no bad effects. Smallest, cheapest, easiest Ono n iloso. Best Liver rill to take, made, Julian Hawthorne. -- rhls story Is full of amusing situ- For. Sale or Kent. ations and has a most happy end-i- n or. XtaUTBNalNT LOUISA" WILL BOON. LOOK FOR HE5L AF-PEA- Wanted to rent or sell ray farm of 100 acres, one mile North of Union Star, on the waters of Oood Llek Hun. 70 acres In cultivation. dwelling, barn and other improvements. For further luformatlon address the underlined at Union Btsr. J. T. W1U2KLKR. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER JNO. d7bABBAGE 17, 181K). OwEXsnono is preparing $15,000 city hospital. A to erect a HAHDINSBURG V. CI.IIAIIHAflB DEPARTMENT, - - . . . Kdlior skw Republican paper is booh to be starteil In Owensboro. I,., St. Ii. X T. Local Time Card. Mali and Expreu going Kait West i- The Louisville annual conference venes at Bowling Green to-da- con- Expreu Local Freight ti " " Eait ii Et West West 10.05 11.07 S.S8 - 9 27 11.1 -- 10.05 a.m. .in. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. of tho KenThk next annual tucky Orphan Brigade will be held at Owensboro, Ky., In 1801. TO OVIt COttlinSPONDENTS. Get the news and get all the news anti From Dana's nothing but the newt Maxims in Journalism. Celebrated S. S. Thosk of our readers who have failed to read the opening chapters of our new story now running on our first page, It is" a should get them and read it. splendid story and worth reading. sissippi Constitutional Convention, native of Brandenburg, Ky. county elections in November, instead of in August. Thk Republicans of Indiana have held their State Convention and put a full ticket in the field. Now they will call u)on Brother Harrison to furnish a bar'l Jin. James E. Stone was defeated for of Uncle Sam's itioney to help elect it. Secretary of the Constitutional Convention, but was afterwards chosen as readBilly Stcrrett's "Best Oirl" came out ing clerk of tho body. She's a charming little yesterday. maiden and we tip our hat and heartly Osr. of the changes which will be met welcome her to our beautiful and growlikely made in the new Constitution ing city. Bill's a daisy and so is his will be that of holding all State and Girl. is a Calhoun, President of the Mis- The SherifTHof the State are pouring the revenues of the year rapidly into the State treasury, and there is now million dollars of the State's money in the Frankfort banks. one-half Tin: Prohibitionists of Massachusetts have put out a full State ticket. Nobody cares anything about their full ticket, but when they allow some of their fallows to go oTfl and get full on something else, is "what astonishes people. i Mil Phil. T. Watkins, cashier of the Firht National Bank, of Owensboro, at a recent meeting of tho American Banker's trict. Surely the Democrats in that dis-tri- Association at Saratoga, was elected Vice President of that Association for Kenwill not forget to show their appreA deserved compliment to a tucky. ciation of his acts in Xovcmler. splendid gentleman and excellent busiCol. Thos S. (iruudy is announced in ness man. this issue as a candidate for Congress in this district, subject to the action of the Matthew Hume Clay, who forged his Democratic primary, Oct. I. Col. Urun-d- y grandfather's name to $100,000 worth of is a prominent farmer of Washington notes and fled, has returned to his home county, and lias figured extensively in at Paris, Ky., and given himself up. Tho H)litics for several years. lie is a strong young man went to London, but becomman at home and will no doubt get a ing disheartened over the trouble he had good vote in the primary. brought upon himself and family, returned home and made a full confession Tin: Constitutional Convention has of his wrongs. been in session about ten days, and from the reports of its proceedings it It is most likely that Thomas S. can hardly be said that its members Grundy, of Washington count', will enhave fairly got down to business. Hut ter the race for Congress in this district. business is what the people are expectHe lias been petitioned by parties from ing of tliis body, and they should go at a number of counties to make the race. it in earnest. There is no occasion for Alex. Montgomery is not making a great oratory or legislation to deal of noise over his chances for a reany spread-eagl- e kill time, but speedy and cllcetive work election, but the boys 'are going to find is what is demanded. him a hard one to down before the race is over. Allen, in his article in Jwtr.s Harper's on the future of the mountain Some new features are being added to legion of Kentucky, mentions a fact that the Owensboro fair this year, which will has been heretofore overlooked. lie make it specially attractive. The Insays the mountaineers are shrewd and quirer says : "Work is still going on out active speculators in real estate and suc- at the fair grounds on the grand stand cessful developers of small capital when extension and new floral hall. When they go into other towns in the State. completed there will be no other such With a proper enforcement of the law equipped fair grounds in this part of in the mountain counties, and better Kentucky. The company has expended schools, a higher grade of civilization large sums of money this summer in would be attained and this region would making these improvements." soon be brought up to the standard of Kentucky morals. Srvn; ok Ohio, City ok Toledo, It so happened that when McKinley's the tariir reformState was er was set down in a Democratic dis- ct Ll'fAS Col'.NTY, t v home from n visit to Elizabethtown. Wm. Aylsworth and wife, ofGmhamp-to- n were in town Saturday. W. D. Howard is in Louisville this week. A. 1). 1880. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Frakes spent Sunday in Mauckport. , a. w. gleason, , Mrs. M. II. Fontaine is visiting her 1 ' ' ' Xoliin Public. parents in Holt. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally Mrs. K. II. Novitt and son, Charlio, atand acts directly on the blood and SKILLMAN MOOIIM.VX. tended the Elizabcthtown fair. mucous surfaces of the system. Send for Mr. Bichard S. Skillman and Miss A. W. Moremen went to Louisville testimonials, free. Lltcy Moorman weie married at the Monday. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. THE XEP0WE7lIX POLITICS. bride's residence in this city last MonCtiySold by Druggists, 75c. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. T. Bland attended In 1875 the Texas settlers had some day evening at 8 o'clock, Ruv. Bobert tho fair at Elizabethtown Inst week. ubout their lands. The wealthy trouble Bruner officiating. The wedding was a WEBSTER. W. E. Ditto, of Texas, is visiting his cattle men, or "cattle kings," looted the quiet affair, the ceremony being perc ittle of the fanners of I.ampassas, and C. M. Jones, of Philadelphia, was here formed in the parlors at tho residence of relatives at Vine Grove. in order to defend their property from last week. the bride's mother, in tho presence of a Thero was a slight frost rejMjrted from these monopolists the farmers organized Mrs. Walker Board and family, of few invited guests. TIioso present were the back country. an Alliance. It was successful, and Holt, are here on Judge Milton Board and wife, Miss Irene Mr. J. A. McGehce went to tho city a visit. spread over the adjoining counties for The sick at Capt. English's are rejwrt-e- d Board, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Beard, Mr. last Saturday. three years, when designing men drew and Mrs. Dr. Sutton, Mrs. G. W. Beard, some better at this writing. Judge Woolfolk was at home from tho it into politics, and it died in infancy. Little Norrie Belle Kurtz has returned Mitwcs Fida and Jessie Mercer, Mr. and Convention last Sunday. Itut it was founded upon just principles from a visit to Hardin Mrs. W. K. Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. V. G. county. Meade County was well represented at that were indestructible, and in the folMiss Maggie Stuart, of Owensboro, is Babbage, Mr. and JJrs. J. B. .Hensley, lowing year one of tho old members here visiting Mrs. Amanda Smith, Miss Adel Smith, the Hardin County fair last week. friends and relatives. moved into Parker county, Tex., and orMrs. Paul nnd daughter, Helen, left We are glad to see our friend, Taylor Miss Lilla Scott, Miss Flora Smith, Mrs. ganized the first Alliance at Poolville, Mary Heston, Messrs. Amos and Mort. last Thursday for Ohio, where they wI July 111, 1H7!. Among the first members Bandy, out, after an illness of several Skillman, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moor reside in the future. were J. N. Montgomery, I. T. Iteeves weeks. Thcro is n very small tobacco crop in man, Louisville, Mrs. Louis Moonnnn .las. II. Lydilan is in the city buying and John W. Sullivan men whose and her two daughters, Misses Ellio and this county, but what there is shows up linn of Adkis-so- n Pearl,- - Miss Lizzie Pullaiu, Leitchfield, very fino. names may yet become prominent in goods for the . . . t Lvddan. our coumry s nisiory. ... ine order nail a Miss Belle Mattingly, Miss Eva Heston, Proctor K. Malin nnd John T. Ditto steady growth from the limt, and soon The "Cyclones," of this place, will and Misses Lena and Mattie Adkissou. attended the Elizabethtown fair Intt gained a solid footing in all the Southern play the Bewleyville club at Irvington Miss Lucy is tho daughter of Mrs. White week. States; but not until three years ago next Saturday. Moorman, and a most estimable ChrisMIbs Lena Burkhnrt nnd Dr. Fuller of was there a union of the organization in Our college has a paper published ev- tian lady. Tho News congratulates Vine Grove, were married last Wednesthe different States. On Oct. 12, 1887, ery Friday and read to the little ones by Clerk Skillman on his choico of a comday. the National Fanners' Alliance held its Mrs. Jenet Frymire. panion, and wishes him a prosperous Mr. II. B. Livers sold his flno bay first national convention at Shreveport, and happy future. The W. M. and F. College has 80 maro while nt tho Elizabethtown fair to La. In this convention there were ten reported, with 45 enrolled in the inMcElwaino, of Bowling Green, for $225. States represented. Now the organizatermediate department. Gratifying To AIL tion is known in thirty-thre- e l)ii Moremen left Sunday for Louis-vill- o States, and Rev. Petrie preached his farewell serThe high position attained and tho the labor party now embodies the fol whero ho will attend tho Medical low ing orders: The National Farmers' mon here yesterday, and will leave for universal acceptance and approval of the school. accompanied Ity his pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Alliance, the National Orange, the conference John D. Stnrks, the colored Republl-ca- n Figs, is the most excellent laxative Northwestern Alliance, tho National wife. has received his commission as postMr. Mike Lyddan and daughter, and known, illustrate the value of the quail-itie- s Fanners' League, the Patrons of Husmaster here. Hois very sick nnd on which its success is based nnd bandry, tho National Colored Fanners' Mr. Claude English and others, of this to take charge of the. office. place, attended the Elizabcthtown fair are abundantly gratifying to tho Alliance, and the Farmers' Mutual Ben-efAt Mr. S. K. Vessels in Bhodoila,' 1st rjalifornia Fig Syrup Company. Association, comprising in nil a last week. prizo was given to John It. Bnrr, 2d, Dr. membership of over 2,000,000. Tho orB. Coleman has been electMr. John 8. B. O'Bryant, for tho best .mules of his ganization is thorough, and its imported .Sunday-schosuperintendent, and The Death of Mr. James 0. Haswell. Jacks get. ance as n jower is no longer insignifiwe will expect tho Sunday-schoo- l work County School Commissioner says cant. No wonder that the oliticians at to move on in good order, Mr. Johifny. In the death of Mr. Jumps G. Haswell, thcro is Hot a colored teacher in tho "Washington are puzzled when such a The "Cyclones," of Webster, played which occurred last Thursday night, s certificate, party claims to bo able to send thirty tho "Cowboys," of Big Spring, last Sat- this city loses one of its most faithful county, holding a last year thcro were several. representatives to the next Congress. urday, with a wore of 10 to It in favor of and efficient public servants, and nn Prof. J. G. Scott'began a subscription Tho'platform u'ion which tho order was tho "Cyclones." The gamo was umpired honored, upright, Christian gentleman. founded demanded a general purification by Chas. W. Hildebran. Mr. Haswell was one of a number of school Monday at tho Masonic Hall of Klit!cfl, and judging from their movethat old line of citizens who are slowly building. Prof. Scott comes highly reCaptain Stuart and Ids men are ment-), thoso principles Jiavo oyer been commended nnd will no doubt give satishero awaiting a challenge from hut surely passing nway. Wo recall tho faction. adhered to. In tho recent election in names of Judge Kincheioe, B. G. Garsome neighboring club. Wkeckeii. Kentucky tho now party succeeded diner, W. B. Stith, nnd others, who At Mr. Rhodes' colt show at Hhodella, wherever it made nn attempt, and it is have preceded him hut a few years, and Mr. Vlnco Burch, 1st premium; Jim Mimy Persons reasonable to expect an exhibition of its Ire broken down from overwork or household which proves to us that timo is making RlggloSd; Agno Bright for tho latest strength throughout the Union In llrown'H Jrou Blttcre its changes hero as elsewhere. Mr. mulo. There was soiuo 25 or 30 mulo rebuilds ttie system, atdi digestion, removes ex Unwell was one of the early settlers In colts in the ring. Mle, anJ curct malaria. (Jet ttie genuine. ceu of Tin: McKinlev Bill nuts a bea v tax upon the sick room, as well as every thing else that could be thought of. A heavy tax is placed upon all musical books and pamphlets in the English language, all surgical instruments, cod liver oil, and extract of beef. There is no just reason for maintaining a high duty on cod liver oil, which is necessary as it medicine and food for the sick. Nothing el.se can take its place, and it cannot be obtained in sullicient quantities in the United States because of the limited supply of fresh coil livers. It is not claimed that the government needs the revenue, and the tax was maintained because the makers of the hill didn't want anything left out. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said linn will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot le cured by the use of Hall's Cataiiiiii Cini:. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to belore me and subscriled in my presence, this 0th day of December, is seal Edward Thompson's dwelling is about completed. Mr. J. II. Lcnnin has gone to Chicago on business. Fertilizers, the best in the market, at Beard & Becler's. J. B. Henslcy is hustling things in his lino of business. Mr. F. M. McCluro has moved into Mr. Slaton's property. A splendid stock of everything in dry goods at Beard A Becler's. Mrs. P. V. Duncan was In the city last week visiting Mrs. V. Daniel. Mr. W. K. Barnes is having an addition put to his dwelling house. Mr. Bosco Eskridgo has put up an awning in front of the new bank. Mr. Estcll Sutton Is attending the Commercial College in Louisville. Mrs. Ilobt. Bowiner left Tuesday to visit relatives at Madisonvillc, Ky. Miss Bettie Payne, of Lodiburg, was visiting Miss Olie Adkissou last week. I am receiving new fall goods every week. Call and see them. J. A. Witt. Mrs. Bert McGary is having a fresh coat of paint put on her dwelling house. Prof. Gub Brown, of Cloverport, wants t,qult teaching and go to practicing law. Hook Miller & Co. will soon have their new flouring mill ready for business. Don't miss Beard A Heeler's store for bargains. They keep 'em there all the time. Mr. Wm. II. Bell has been retained as deputy in the county clerk's office by J. E. Monarch. Tavern license was granted It. B. and G. H. Cox, at Union Star, in tho county court last week. Mr. Lee Bishop and Miss Clarkson's marriage is announced in this city for Thursday night. When you use Beard & Beoler's fertilizers, you never fail to have good re sults. They keep the best. I will sell you more goods for less money than any other house in the city. Cash is my motto. J. A. Witt. Beard A Beeler want to buy railroad and staves in large or ties, hoop-pole- s small quantities. Call on them and get prices. Mr. .Tubal Hook has withdrawn from the new mill firm of Hook & Miller. He thinks he will start a planing mill here. Mrs. Bebecca Sherron qualified as administrator of the estate of her deceased husband, Daniel Sherron, in the county court Monday. Mr. I). McGill's little son Charley was almost fatally burned one day last week by falling backwards into a kettle of boiling water. The city council has passed an ordinance directing that owners of hogs having them running at largo in the city shall be required to register them. Tho News is getting out some very handsome job work. If tho business men of this place need anything of that kind they can leave their orders with V. G. Babbage. Hardinsbnrg has turned out a pretty good number of school teachers this fall, as the following will show: Mr. Milton Board is teaching at McQuady's; Miss Mary Board at Kirk; Miss Vic Bowmer at Hudson ; Miss Maggie Guthrie at Germantown ; Miss Emma Smith at Garfield; Claude Mercer at Irvington; Miss Eliza Heston at Wesley Chapel; Miss Mattie Heston in Weatherford's district. Hardihsburg. Ho camo hero from Ohio, in 1830. Ho first engaged in tho saddlery business, which he carried onjf successfully for a number of years. - Afterwards he begun the study of law, which ho pursued very diligently until 1854, when ho was admitted to the bar. In the early years of- - his practice, Mr. Haswell was very Biieccssful, and ranked with the leading members of the bar here. In the latter years of his lifo ho didn't coufino himself strictly o the law, but his talents wcro employed In discussing publicly the subjects of history and theology, and the science, of literature generally. Ho had n great lovo for books, and for the study of all questions of a public interest. So much was ho given to investigating such matters of that his mind became a store-hous- e valuable and important facts facts Interesting to the public, and which ho had gained through long years of close application and study. His services as a public speaker were always valuable to Ids community and to his county generally. He was not looked ujion as nn orator, but his power to impart Information and to enlighten and Instruct his auditors was always appreciated. Few men had read as much, low men had observed as much, and possessed the ability to impart their information as Intelligently us ho. There was seldom a public gathering in the county at which Mr. Haswell was not one of the first speakers'. No matter what subject was assigned him, ho was always ready for the occasion, nnd scarcely ever failed to be interesting. His place will be hard to fill. As little as may be thought of it, Mr. Haswell had reached a position in letters that few men attain. "We doubt if there is to be found a man in the county who could cope with him in literary achievements. His last public discourse here was before the County Teachers' Institute, when he handled tho subject of public education with signal ability. The immediate cause of his death was Iteturning from the heart failure. country, whero ho had been laboring and speaking for several days, as has been bis custom for many years, it was soon discovered when ho reached home that he had done too much, and that the end was closo by unless a change could be worked for tho better. It never came, nnd he expired on the 12th, about 1 o'clock a. m. A good man has fallen. o, Dress HENRIETTAS. OoodLs 1890 CASHMERES. of' i ' FALL Fall and Winter are knocking at our door and never before have we been able to oiler so large and varied aspsortment lrcsh and pleasing Styles. f, tfi . r Is the Lowest Price anv obiect to vou! ;i" "." Are the Finest Qualities an Inducement. Z7.? .,yu. . f i ; v . . This season we shall give finer qualities and greater value for every dollar that passes over our counters than ever before. Great in Assortment. Honest iiuQuality. fyy . .fK? 1 - " Pieasing in Style. Reasonable in Prices. ', Y Give us a chance nnd we will give you a benefit r DRY GOODS ! GROCERIES ! NEW PRINTS. V SHOES ! E SEVENTEENTH OB1 NEW GINGHAMS. ANNUAL X Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salvo in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever, sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box ForsatobyG. W. Short, Clover-por- t, Ky., and J. A. "Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky. BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, -- Dr. II. A, Ditto has partially abandoned his practice on account of his eyes nnd would turn over his effects to some good physician. As he is in such a condition ho h not able to nttend to the calls for his service. Your correspondent had the pleasure of attending the Elizabethtown fair last week. There was not n largo amount of stock there, but the fair was very good nnd immense crowds were in attendance. The fair hop given on Wednesday evening by the young men of the town, was attended by large numbers from Louisville, Bardstown and adjoining places. At the last session of tho County Court license were granted to Stiles & Bcdman to sell liquor at Mackvillo in tills county. There was quite a contest over the granting of tho license, as a largo number of citizens remonstrated against it. The proof showed 21 for liquor and 21 against, and ns the contestants had to havo a mnjority, tho license were granted This saloon is tho only house in the new town. FAIR! THE DaviessCounty FairGompany Onko, WILL BE HELD .A.T Ky Commencing Tuesday 0i7, AND CONTINUING JLIVli: DAYB. DR. C. H. TODD, President. A. C. TOMPKINS. VIda Pres. 1890. OPPIOBRS : PHIL T. WATKINS, JOHN W. CARTER, Treasurer. Secretary. J. A. Fuqua, Gates, F. V. Stirman, Eldred Crabtree, Sweeney, M. P. Mattingly, Dr. J. H. Hickman. SPECIAL PREMIUMS : Q. W. DIRECTORS : J. J. .. Agent & Corresp'nt Joe McGehce is convalescent. J. W. Iiowis went to Louisville Meeting of the New Democratic Committee at Hardinsburg Last Saturday. D. The usual large special premiums are as large as ever, with over One Thousand Dollars added to the premium list. SADDLE $1,900 will be AND HARNESS HORSES. Tues- day. Miss Lula Lewis left for a visit to Louisville. II. Severn Elected Pcrmniicut Cliniriiian and XV. Ii.. Ilariic Secretary. of a call from tho Dem- awarded to Saddle and Harness Horses in addition to the liberal premiums for Thoroughbred Fine Draft Horses, Mules, Tacks ' and Cattle. SPEED RINGS. J. The Seven Running and Ten Trotting Races aggregate $2,200. The ocratic Stato Central Committee, the Sunday. novel feature of Fiec Entrance will insure every race to be filled and 'all committeemen of Breckenridge county Miss Bettie Clarkson has returned met in Hardinsburg tcKlay at 2 n. m. to to go without any chance at fraud. Cory-do- n S. Moormen was at home from In pursuance olect a chairman and secretary. B. F. Beard called tho meeting to order, and L. A. Foote was elected tempo rary chairman and William Ramsey secretary. The following districts were represented: Hardinsburg, by D. II. Severe and W. K. Barnes; Cloverport, by William Ramsey nnd Jos. Hnmbleton; by E.J. McDaniels; Webster, by J. V. St. Clair; Union Star, by Dr. J. B. Frymire ; Mooloy ville, by J. R. Jar-bo- e ; Bewleyville, by L. A, Foote. Clifton Mills having failed to call an election, sent a petition for L. R. Adkissou to bo appointed committeeman from that district, and on motion he was appointed nnd took part in tho meeting. Tho following precincts were not represented, and no information concerning tueir election was received : ' Tho committee elected ns tho permanent chairman. D. II. Severs, nnd W. K. Barnes secretary, both of Hardins-- ' burg. On motion of W. K. Barnes, n vote of thnnks wns given B. F. Bcnrd for his faithful services and successful management of the party since ho has been chairman of tho Democratic committco for this county. There being no further business, the committee adjourned. GRAND STAND. addition. The Grand Stand is enlarged by an addition of 100 fact extending south. The scats and view are arranged for special comfort in this new NEW FLORAL HALL. t The upper story of the present Grand Stand will be enlarged and made into a Floral Hall 56x155 feet in size. It will be accessible to the amphitheatre by bridges which will enable the patrons of the Grand Stand to be admitted there without the discomfort of ascending nnd do. scending the steps. The lower story of the Floral Hall 90x150 feet will be used for exhibiting Machinery, Tob'acco and Poultry. MOTIVE POWER will be furnished for machinery. The engine used for that purpose will oppeiatc a large drive well, giving an abundance of fine water for all purposes. ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR PREMIUMS. $100 premium divided $50 to First ; $30 to Second ; $20 to Third, will be given for best display of Garden and Farm Products shown by one person. A One Hundred Dollar Premium will be given for the handsomest and most attractive display made in Floral Hall of any description ; $50 to First, $30 to Second, $20 to Third. - Adults 25c ; Children over 6 years and under 15 years of age 15c Children under 6 years free. All vehicles and and animals free. Ad- -' mission to Grand Stand 10c. First day Ladies, and Children under 15 years of age free. For further information see large posters and pre-mitun lists.. .. ... well-know- n tie Sure you have tnado up your mind to buy Hood's Samparllla do not bo Induced to tako any other. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is a peculiar medicine, possessing, by virtue or Its peculiar combination, proportion, arid preparation, curative power superior to any other article. A Boston lady who knew what she wanted, and whose example Is worthy Imitation, tells her cxperlcnco hclowt J. W. Carter, Sec'y. Another change in business.. Monnrch of tho firm of J. .K. Monnrch & Co. having been elected to the oflfco of County Clerk, has sold out Ids interest in. said firm to Pat Dillon who will conduct tho business in connection with B. F. Beard & Co. under tho stylo of of B. F. Beard, Dillon & Co. at tho old stntid of Hobt. A. Smith whero will bo found n full nnd completo lino of STUDEBAKEIt, OWENSBOUO nnd BLOUNT WAGONS, OLIVER CHILLED, BKINLEY, A VERY nnd MKIKLE PLOWS, BUGGIES of nil styles, tho AMES ItOAD CARTS, WALTER.. A. WOODS. HARROWS, DRILLS, nnd a full lino of WAGON MATERIAL nnd PLOW REPAIRS, in fact everything needed in arm ininleincntfl. as to nriccs nnd nnnlitv nf goods, wo are determined to meet any competition. Thodobtaof tho firm of J. E'Monarch & Co. nre in the hands of B. F. Beard & Co. Cnll nnd sottlu nnd sayo cost. B. F, Beard Dillon &Co. It JK. FOR SALE. acres of good land, of Hardinsburg. two and ono half miles. Also, forjy acres of good land ono milo and a half from Harninsburg. Both pieces contains a house. Terms will be Seasonable. For ftirthor information calj. on Eighty-fou- r st North-we- pu-pi- ls To Get "In ono store whero I went to buy llood'a Sarsaparilla the clerk tried to Induco mo buy their own Instead ot Hood's; ho told me thelr'a would last longer; that I might tako It on ten days' trial; that It I did not like It I need not pay anything, etc. itut he could not prevail on me to change. I told him I knew what Hood's Sarsaparilla was. I had taken It, was satisfied with It, and did not want any other. F. M. C. JOLLY. HAKDINSBima, KY. un-ab- le Breckenridge Circuit Court. D. S. Rlchardion, Plaintiff lt ol Hood's When I began taking nood's Sarsaparilla I was feeling real miserable, suffering a great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak that at times I could hardly stand. Hooked, and had for somo time, llko a person In consumption. Hood's Sarsaparilla did mo so much good that I wonder at myself sometimes, and my friends frequently speak of It." Mbs. Ella A. Gofj", CI Tcrraco Street, Boston. first-clas- gust, ia Wm. P. WbeoIer,4c.DefendantJ Equity All perion. having claims agaln.t the or in. P. Wheeler, deceased, are hereby notified to lirniliien ml, I properly proven, on or before the flnt day or Uotober nxt. Uhen under my hond aa of.iald court, this 12th day of Aute v. ) Notice l.l: 1 1890. V. Q. BABBAQE, 0. B. 0. C. Breckenridge Circuit Court. ) Notfeo t n n. EIU I Mattlngly'a Ueln, Defend't. J Equity All perom haying elaimi agalnit the citato or Kllai L. Mattlugly, decea.ed, are here, by not fled to produce laid clalmi before me properly preven on or before the fint day of October next. Qlren under my hand at of laid court, thli 12th day of er EllaiL. Sfattlngly'i Adinr., Plaintiff, Sarsaparilla Bold For Sale. Purl) Bred Berkthlra PUa. nil vn.ti.i. to rtglitnr. For I'ricei and other Information addreu J. T. Koiurds, Ilardlniburg, Ky. r a I. HOOD IOO by alt druufcU, II six for ft. Prepared only CO., Apothuarlot, LoweU, 11m. Doses Ono Dollar 1890. An-gu- it, V. 0. BABBAQE, C. B.O.Oi .' Lx ON3$ ENJOYS Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts promptly on tho Kidneys, liver and Bevels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and, agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities d it to all and havo made it the most popular remedy known. 'Syrup of Figs is for snlo in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliablo druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any ouo who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. eom-m'en- Guns, Guns, Guns, Sulzer's. Fresh Oysters at Patterson's. Patterhtiu's. Try Addison's-Flouru- t Ixjts of Glass anil Quecnsware, Sulzors. For Sale Cheap, one 2nd hand safe, Sulzer's. Frank Bartles is pilot on tho City of Owcnsboro. Wantkd. 10,000,000 hoops and ikjIcb. Apply to Chas. May. Sulzer's have an immense lot of Guns this season. Go thero beforo you buy Mr. Jeff Hambleton who has been quito sick for the past week is able to 1ms out again. Tho merchants arc beginning to utilize the gas in their stores for heating and lighting purposes. Scott Bell has bought F. Seifried's r Seifried bakery onl confectionery- will move to Evansville, Ind. Ed Gregory will leave in n fow days for St. Louis to take a position on one of the daily papers in that city. J. L. Miller has opened up a Hardware storo in the Ahl building. "Ho has a full stock and asks a visit from all of his old customers. The Eaglo'distillery property at Gris-somLanding was sold at auction last Monday for $110,000. R. Monarch of Owcnsboro was the purchaser. Rov.'W. C. Brandon leaves for conferMr. Brandon has mado ence u good pastor, and it is tho wish of many members and citizens that he bo re's he seems about to seize his violin in his arms and whirl off with it into the mazes of the waltz. It is noticeable, too, that tho numbers he leads with his own violin aro moro spirited and seductive than those brought out under the baton. Ho seems to establish in this way n feeling of fraternity between himself and his players, all of whom work together Probwith almost perfect unanimiuity. ably no moro Ideal waltz playing could lc imagined. Tho sensuous melodies sweep along with strong accents and rythm, varied by every kind of romance and quito independent of the accompaniment. Chicago Nows. Tho management of tho Auditorium in Louisville, ojways on the alert to secure tho greatest attractions that como to America, have secured this superb organization for two grand concerts at tho Any Auditorium, October 28th-20tinformation desired can be obtained by addressing James B. Camp, Business Manager, P. O. Box 03, Louisville, Ky. A pamphlet containing full particulars, with portrait of Strauss and his entire band, will bo sent. h. iniiiiniJunijjuiiuiiiJLiLij-L- i uj 'jiii'j. jiiijz INTERESTING CHAPTER ' -- 5 On Wedding Outfits. Wo propose to devote this little space to "special outfits," in view of tho approach of the nuptial season. Wo hnVo always had a good deal of this "special work" to do. Wo refer, of course, to tho dress part of tho affair, and wo aro as fully prepared this season as before. We havo all tho different kinds of goods used for such occasions, in Cloths, Crepes, Diagonals, Ilnir-lincand tho new materials for Full Dress Suits tho French "Nancy" Cloths and tho English "Sponge Cloths." Gentlemen contemplating the "act" whether in a modest or olahorale manner, will find us better ahlc to suit them than any other house. Wo get up a very handsomo Cutaway Frock or Prince Albert Suit at vory moderate cost. When a "Ful Dross" Suit is wanted, wo can save tho purchaser at least 810 in tho article as fine and as stylish as price, and givo him a first-clahouso in tho land. Wo also have all tho necessary "furnishany ings" to go with a wedding suit, in Shirts, Underwear and Neckwear. s, ss BULLETIN V 4 NEW STOCK OF QUEENS WARE CHINA, ETC., AT V. "Worth Knowing- - Hughes' Tonic The old time, reliable remedy for Fever and Ague. Reputation earned by Thirty years success. You can depend upon it. Tkv OISTS HAVE IT. WINTER "Old Reliablo" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. I It I Dnua- - PERSONAL. C. P. Babbage was in the city Sunday. Col. Jeff Stcrrett, of the Hawesvillo I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I I I l I H B turned. Judge and Mrs. James Stuart aro pre Plaindealer, was up yesterday.. SAN FRAKCISC J. CAL. llev. G. W. Wolfe, of Cannelton, was LOUISVIUE, Kf, HEW TORK, N.T. paring to go, to Ashoville, N. C, for the " " Miss Lottie Stuart in the city yesterday. winter, their daughter, MissSalllo Lamar, of Hawesvillo, is Wm. K. Barnes, having greatly improved in health durJohn Allen Murray, Hardinsburg. Cloverport. ing a fow weeks stay there. Owcnsboro visiting tho Misses Sawyer thi s week. MURRAY &, BARNES, Messenger. Rev. G. N. Jolly, of Sardis, Ky., was in Eggs 15 cents per dozen, Irish potatoes tho city Monday. Hardinsburg and Cloverport, $1.23 per bushel, and sweet potatoes Taylor Hanks, of Stephensport, was in Kentucky. $1.50. Apples aro scarco and in demand tho city Monday. at 50 cents per bushel. All kinds of T. BAKER, Geo. Boyd spent, Sunday with his Dr. vegetables are in good demand, and sell family in Hawesville. EnysiciAN and Surgeon, readily at fair prices. Thos. M. Watkins went to Louisville HARDINSBURG, KY. ThoISulzer Bros., aro making somo lost week to have his eyes treated. jCT Office with Murray & Darnes Court Square marked improvements in their storo Dr. D. White, of Patesville, was in tho room. Thoy havo been all torn up for M. MILLER, yet got things city yestorday. two weeks and havo not Mr. R. E. Moorman and wife visited in shape, but thoy go right along with Absolutely Pure. friends in Holt's Bottom Sunday. CLOVEM'ORT, KY. business all the same. BSTOflico with D. R. Murray near Post A cream of tartar baking powder. Messrs. Joseph Porter, F. N. D'Huy Tho Vest Bros., have' been receiving oillcc. piles and stacks of goods from all the and Jno. D. Babbage went to Hardins-bur- Highest of all in leavening strength. U.S. Government liejmrt, Aug. 17, 1889. Monday to attend court. Eastern markets for two weeks back and M. Dr. F. Fraizo and wife, P. house is full to R. the consequence INCORPORATION NOTICE. Physician and Surgeon, overflowing with is thefr that goes to Moorman and W. G. S. Miller,went E. everything to Smart R0YAI W. W. BROOKS, PHOTOGRAPHER. Has removed and will be found over F. N. D'Huy's Jowlery Store, where I will bo pleased to see all old and new customers. All work in my lioe of business will have prompt attention. I will at any time make Views to order. PICTURE FRAMES FOR SALE. N. B. Old Pictures copied and onlargod. Remember the now place of business Is over F. N. D'HUY'S, Jewelry Store, Cloverport, Ky Attorneys atLaw. J. Suiter's HERE WE AHE AGAIN Furniture endless ty. in wiPM t!p MAKING Attorney at Law, J. Clayton, ft. POWDER Solid Truths I ask for your patronngo und propose you In return full value for ! to give ! mrK& g Left at my store, f Lereforc I call your attention to my new and handsome lino of (loods consisting of Every Dollar Such as varie- I am now Office over J. II. Jiidiardson's Hardware ttore. CLOVERPORT. KY. W. S. TAYI.OR. TAYIXHt, J. C. BUSH, DRNTISTS Fredorica Street, Office in Fisher's Drug Store ' J. H. Taylor & Co., Over Zulaufs Jewelry Storo 0WENSB0R0, KY. Dr. W. B. Paynter, Physician and Surgeon ' CLOVFAIPOIIT, KY. 'Wo are authorized to announce WM. E. RUSSELL, Of Lebanon, aa a candidate for Congress in thli the 4th Congressional District. Subject to the Democrats primary Election, Oct. 4th, 1890. !Wo are authorized to announce A. B. MONTGOMERY, Subject to the Democratio sional District. primary Election, Oct. 4th, 1890. We are authorised to announce Of Hardin county, as a candidate for to Congress from this the 4th Congres- THOS. S. GRUNDY, Of Springfield, as a candidate for Congress in Subject this the 4th Congressional Distriot. to the action of the Democratio party. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1890 LOCAL BBEVTTIES. Fresh Hams at Patterson's. Seo Patterson's lino of cuttlcry, Ijike salt by the barrel at Patterson's Patterson has the" best Green CofTeo in tho city. Tho Cloverport Hotel is receiving a now shinglo roof. Tho Knights of Pythias Lodgo in this city is growing rapidly. The Breckenridge Company shipped 10 cars of canncl coal to Europe yesterday. Dr. Paynter lias rented Mrs. Baldwin's houso on First street and moved his family into it. John 1). Starks, tho colored postmaster at Brandenburg, died yesterday morning of consumption. Next Saturday nt Irvington is tho "day for W. W. Williams' great Colt Show! Don't fail to attend. Tho happiest man wo saw in llardins-bur- g Monday was our genial friend and circuit clerk, It. S. Skillman. Ho is. married now and still smiles. Tho Goshon Association convenes tomorrow, Thursday, with tho Clover Creek church. Rev. W. K. Ponrod, Dr. J. T. Owen and P. S. Miller are tho dolegatcs from this city. A great deal of tobacco was cut last week. Tho crop is not quito so largo as last year but it is far superior in quality. It is said to bo ono of the finest crops raised in the county for years. B. F. Beard fc Co., Hardinsburg, aro receiving their mammoth full stock. A special reporter for this paper will interview tho gentlemen next week and lot tho public know something about it. Taylor Ilayncs, of Brandenburg, is in tho city for tho purpose of baling out tho Cloverport mineral gas well, and to drill it 10 or 12 feet deeper. Tho supposition is that It will improve- the well 100 per cent. M. Hamman, tho furnituro and undertaker of this city wont to Tell City to buy a now hearse. People seldom over dio in this healthful town, but when thoy do they liko to know beforo hand that thoy will bo decently laid away. yes-to'rd- Br it knowx that Richard S. Dandy, Frank Handy, William Dowell, George Morris, Byron Johnson, Abram Bruner, Henry Johnson, Isaae Norton and John II. Blake bare associated themselves together and became incorporated under the name, known as the Rockdale Plan of Corporation or Association. 2. It shall have for Its object to carry on the business of dealing in anv goods or wares, merchandise or any other goods that tho said Association may from time to time deem proper, under the Rockdale plan of business. 3. That is to sell for cash or otherwiso as the board of directors may deom proper, at the either. regular retail price of such goods, for the sucTho Louisville and Evansvillo Mail cessful and profitable management of Us own affairs and to form all other acts to ibis end. Company arc again on hand with all of shall have power to 4. This their boats, which havo been thoroughly name sue and be sued under its repaired, repainted, and refurnished and in Breckenridge County, State of Kentucky, to buy all goods In the best market at the order. Thoy offer aro now in first-clas- s lowest price possible, and to sell as cheap as reduced passenger rates to Louisville and porsible to keep the stock holders safe at the seasonable profit to same, and to havo the same return and all who wish to attend the power that any nutural person has In equity Fall Celebration shoild take advantage and law. faro from this city of these rates. Tho and regulations 5. To make all deemed expedient for the management of its including meals and'hirths is only $3.00 affairs, not to be inconsistent with the laws of for the round trip. Kentuoky or to conflict with the Constitution and laws of the United States, to prescribe terms and conditions how much and at what What Does it MeauT time tho capital stock may be paid in. "100 Doses Ono Dollar" means simply 6. The private property of all stock holders shall be exempt from any Incorporated debts that Hood's Sarsaparilla is tho most s of the sold Association, the Incorporated economical medicine to buy, because it Pythias. shall bare twelve directors, a president, gives moro for tho inonoy than any Walter Smart and Robt. L. Oelzo left secretary and treasurer to be selected from holders. other preparation. Each bottlo contains yesterday for Vanderbilt University of the slco'i stock holders shall meet on the 15th 7. The 100 doses and will average to last a Nashville, Tenn., where thoy will go to of September, 1890, for the purpose of electing their officers, and to py in as much as $150 month, whilo other preparations taken school. of the capital stock more or less as the board to directions, aro gone in a according Mrs. Owen Raitt, accompanied by her after elected may deem proper week. Therefore, bo sure to get Hood's daughter, Miss Emma Kosey, went to 8. No stock bolder shall take less than one share or more than one hundrod, and then will Sarsaparilla, the best blood purifier. Hardinsburg last Wednesday to visit reonly be allowed one rote, same as the person holding one share of $10.00, the board may latives. Strauss. from time to time appoint such other officers Mrs. White, of Pino Bluff, Ark., who or agent as they may deem proper, and throw An "Immense Audience," "Every Seat has boon visiting her sister, Mrs. Scott out or Impeach any officer for misconduct, and Taken." and "Standing Auditors Three one In bis placo at tho next stated monthAllen, left yesterday for Hawesville, elect ly meeting. Deep" Tho Strauss Music . "Common where she will remain sevoral weoks. 9. The said capital stock of corporation Giunod," Which all Enjoy "Moro shall be Thirty Thousand Dollars in $10.00 Misses Minor, Lawrence and Mr. Nor- shares each, sold corporation of business shall Ideal Waltz Playing Could not bo Imagton, of Louisville, who havo been tho be at Qarfield, Breckenridge county, Ky., and ined." under the seal of the Farmers and Laborers As was to havo been expected, an im guests of Miss Nannie Stephens, of Holt's Uuton of Kentucky, and shall havo perpetual Bottom, for soveral weeks have returned succession, and shall be known as, and under menso audienco assembled in tho Audithe style and constitution and of the torium building last evening to hear tho home. Rockdale plan of corporation. first of a series of concerts to bo given Program of the Breckenridge County Uiohard S. Bandy, Frank Bandy, hero by tho Vienna orchestra under Teachers' Association, William Dowell, Herr-EduaStrauss. Every seat in tho Qeorgo Morris, To bo held at Hardinsburg, Third great hall was taken and tho parquet was Byron Johnson, Abram Bruner, backed by a row of standing auditors Saturday in September: Henry Johnson, R. P. Shacklett three deep. Herr Strauss was accorded Grammar Case Isaao Norton, Advanced History. Milton Coko A laurel John II. Blake. something of an ovation. by-labull-nes. by-lard This firm is store. make up a first-clas- s building up a fine trade in this city. Jimmy Wheeler, tho only" reliable weather prophet in these parts, says thero has been no frost yet to amount to anything, and thero won't bo before tho 4th of October. His Katydid announced that fact on tho 3rd of July, and it has never failed him yet. Jimmy has a record for correct weather reports that beats the goose bono or tho signal service Louisville yesterday. Mr. Allen Shacklet. went to Rome, Ind., yesterday to visit his sister, Mrs. Dr. Wedding. Miss Maggie Bowmcr and Miss Lizzio Skillman returned to school at Danville last Wednesday. Mrs. Amelia Cowden and her daughter Mrs. Geo. Weatherholt, are visiting relative at Jeffersonville, Ind, Dr. R. T. Dempster, of Rock vale, was in tho city Friday and Saturday. He contemplates moving here. .Mrs. Jas. G. Stephens and daughter, MIbs Nannie, of Holt's Bottom, were in the city yesterday. Mr. Zack Richardson went to Brandenburg Sunday to attend the funeral of his sister, Mrs. W. G. Bewley. Miss Nellie Connor who has been visiting Mrs. Jas. T. Miller returned to her homo in New Albany, Ind., last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Short left monday for Bowling Green to attend Conference and tho Grand Lodgo of Knights of Farm Implements ! Empiro Drills, Old Hickory Wagons, South Bend Chill Plows, Avery, Melkleand UraCllppcrStcel Plows Double Shovels, Shop made Single Shovels, And a full line of Plow and Machlno repairs, Wagon Material, Iron of all kinds, Shingles, Doors, Sash and a full lino of Hardware, Limo Salt and Cement, Brlok and Tiling for flues and drainage, Cook and Heating Stoves and Pipe, and a full line of Tinware. Water Drawers and Pumps. Grass and Clover Seed of all kinds. Trunks, Buggies, Road Carts, Phaetons and Spring Wagons. J. B. Jones' Pure Raw Bone Meel. Cash paid for Country Produco, such as Hides, Feathers, Eggs, Ac. My house Is situated on Seminary Street, opposite Public Hall. Everything new and good quality, and selected with the view of pleasing all, as I am working for trade my best endeavors will bo to Save Money for all who favor me with tbclr patronage. back at my old stand and solicit the patronage of the public. FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. THE TELL CITY J. B. HENSLEY. Farmers' Supply House, H.vnMNHiiuita, Ky. PLANING MAFUFACTURERS OF MLLS AT PUBLIC AUCTION Commencing, Wednesday, Sept. 24, commercial business, I will sell, Without Re serve 10 me nignesi uiuuer, all of the Live Stock, Farming Implements, Crops, Vehicles Harness, Tools, Household Effects, Ac, of the BASIN SPRING FARM. My Stock consists of three Fashionable Bred Stallions : ABERDEEN STAR J DOORS, SASH & BLINDS SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything In the Turning and Scrolling line of work will be done at this establishment in the best manner and at the lowest rates. Also dealers In Felt and Bodine Roofing. Having sold my farm to Mr. John Nevitt, of Wnnillftml. Ifv.. ami InfAmllnn tt ainn Lexington Chief, &SJrS!,taor. MONTE CRISTO ) Denmark. (Extended pedigrees furnished on application) s in foal by the above Stallions. Colts and Fillies by Cuyler, Decmark and Cows Monte Crlsto. Thorough-bre- d and Calves, Hogs. Farming Implements consisting of Mowers, Binder, Plows, Cultivators, Corn Planter, Harrows, Ac. Crops embraces 25 stack of Hay Corn and Apple Orchard. VehiclesFarm Wagons, Spring Wagons. Sulky, Carts, Buggy and one New Surrey, Harness, Saddles, Ac Household effects including one J. A 0. Fisher Upright Piano, Bed Room Sots, Dining Room Set, Pioturcs, Tables, Chairs Stoves, Kitchen Range and Utensils, Carpets, Ac TERMS OF SALE 12 months note, interest from date, with good security. For any further particulars address W. W. WILLIAMS, P. 0. Irvington, Ky. Brood-mare- Pumps, Cane Mills, Wood Purifying Simple fthy rumps, Iron Force Pumps Light running1 rt; S7 p f 1S wreath was presented to him at tho end of tho first part of tho program, and oncorcs woro generously- distributed throughout tho concert. It is evident, however opinions may differ as to the theories of music, critics and comers agrco aliko in tho honest enjoyment of that style of melodic composition of which tho numo of Strauss is become a Tho Strauss music moro synonym. particularly their danco music is tho ono common ground where critical and untutored moet ; for thero is no question that Strauss waltzes aro legitimate music. Nor is thero any doubt that they fulfill their legitimate reason for being played in tho banquet hall or on tho dancing floor. Tho now organization was accorded last night the enthusiastic rccoption it merits and will probably obtain through tho other three, remaining nights. Tho leador is n slight, willqwy man of statuo somewhat below the average. His opproach to tho platform is somewhat ceromonI6usly signalled by tho stroko of a gong and tho rising of tho members of tho orchestra, who remain standing until ho reaches tho platform. Ho uses no score, sometimes leading with tho baton, but oftener facing the audienco and playing snatches of tho melody on tho violin. His gestures nro expressive,, although ho lacks tho repose of other great leaders frequently heard hero. Ho seems to lead his band with his whale person as much as with his baton. His body sways and bends to tho rythm, then his foot taps tho titno on his stand and, when ho himself plays, - Reading F. R. Roberts Spelling Samuel Pate Cubo Root, Frank Jarboe Richard Adkisson Decimal Fractions Primary Botany Miss Maggio Smith Multiplication of Fractions Silas A.Pato Geography of tho Southwest ; .. ., L. R. Adkisson The Outlook for tho Youth of our Country A. G, Frymiro Should music bo taught in tho public schools A. Micros. terns. Eu For all kind and depth Wells and Cis- - Thorough Work. J. BASSETT, Leitclifield, Ky. For Sale. Six yoke of oxen, four mules, from three to five years old. Three log wagons, log chains and dogs and everything necessary for a full logging outfit. All will be sold at a barQE0RO.E HOOK, gain. Apply to Hardinsburg, Ky. PUBLIC SALE! I On will sell at Public Sale Friday, September 26, 1890. NOTICE. Mensuration Jno. D. Cart L. C. Taul Tho Digestlvo System What Is Discipllno ?. , . .Mrs. Virginia Duncan. My Experience In Teaching . .Slier. Ball Composition G. S. Wilson Needed Improvements in our Laws Governing Teachers' Examinations F. M, C. Jolly, , What I have gained by reading Miss Llllio F. Cooper How to Grade Common Schools v F.J. McAullffo R. P. Shacklett, Scc'y. When Baby was tick, we gave her Caatorla. When the wax a, Child, she cried for Castoria. VTheu she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave- - them Castoria. The Annual Meeting of Stockholders of the Texas Railway ComLouisville, St. Louis pany will be held at the General Office of the Company, No, 251 Fourth Street, Louisville, of horses, mules, cattle, Ac, household and Ky., on Wednesday, Sept. 24tb, 1890, at 2 kltohen furniture, atson all my farming lm- o'clock p. m. All sums of $7.00 and rdements.all sums over that twelve under cash n band, months time QEO. II. LAMKIN, Seoretary. with approved security, bearing six per cent. Interest. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock and conttnue until all is sold. OF DRECKENRIDQE COUNTY. A. 8. ENGLISH, By virtue of the expiration of my term of Webster, Ky. office, which will be very soon, I am compelled to say to the Tax Payers of Breckenridge ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. 'county, that we must close up our collections for 1890 and previous years, so an persons All persons having claims against the eswishing to save costs mutt come and settle at tate of Dr. J. E. Brown, deceased, will preonce or we will be compelled to force collections sent the same at once, properly proven, before according to law. All parties the undersigned for payment. This Is no Idle talk, we mean just what we knowing themselves Indebted to the late Dr. say, this Is our last notice, don't fall to comBrown aro urged to call Immediately and ply with It, if you do don't blame us, as we settle. ANNIE M. BROWN, must and will bring our business to a close as Adm'r J. E. Brown. soon as it Is possible, D. 11. SEVERS, 8. B. O. ANNOUNCEMENT. J. 8. DeJERNETTE, D.S.B.O. The Irvington Roller Mill Is now completed JNO. ALEXANDER. D.S.B.O. and ready to do business for the public Aug. 19, '90. L. O. GREGORY, D.S.B.O. Orders for anything In our line promptly filled and custom work attended to on short notice Come and see us. FARMERS FREE COLUMN. BOYD BROS., Irvington, Ky. Sept. 6th, 1890. For Sale, One hundred and tmenty-fiv- e bushel seed oats, for further Information call L. C. SIMMONS, Webster, Ky. on roun . . Or you are all worn out, really good for nothing one an Iron gray It Is general debility. Try I have two mules for sale, RHOtrX'H 1KOX MHTJSR8. male mule and the other a horie mule. you. a Warren Pullan, Hudson, Ky. IvwIU cureby all and give In good appetite. Sold mcdlclue, deafen i On my premises, my farm, situated one-ha- lf mile from Webster, consis.lng of 000 acres, 475 under cultivation, 500 under fence, a fine spring, none better, with good spring house, good out buildings, comfortable dwelling with two tenant houses ; also my stock consisting In Shoes We Beat the World. An immense stock at Prices way below any of our Competitors. We have them in all styles, sizes and prices for Men, Boys, Women, Girls and Misses. It is much easier and more satisfactory to you as well as our self to tell you about this stock than it is to write about it. Seeing is believing, so if its SHOES you want come to our store and we'll convince you that what we advertise is true. Notice to Tax Payers ir hack aches J. A. WITT, Breckenriidge News. To tho Members of the Methodist STEPHENSPORT. Mr. J. Virginia, to sco his family hero. Mrs. Eugeno Hayncs, of Cloverport,, spent Sunday hero with her husband. Miss Eliza Hrashear and Carlton Richardson, of Union Star, were in town Sunday. Mr.. Newton McGlothlan and wife, were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hrashear Sunday. MIsm .Tosio Hrashear has accepted a position as governess in n family resid ing near Cincinnati. Dr. W. H. White, Jr., of Louisville, and Mr. II. M. Harlington, of Lexington, aro in town this week. Mr. Clint Adkinson, accompanied by Miss Lilly McGlothlan, of Irvington, spent Sunday in town, the guest of Miss Ella Moselcy. Mr. Mike Hlain lias removed his family to Louisville for the purpose of entering his boys in school. They will return to their home at this place in the spring. Miss Maggie Fullenvvider, of Custon, who has been visiting her friends at Alton, Iiitf, is tho guest of Mrs. Ella Watlington. She will continue in the millinery business at the former place through the coming season. Rev. W. K.Penrod and Perron Clair.of Ixmisville, are conducting a very interesting meeting in the Raptist church, at this place. No additions as yet have been made, but there is good attention and large congregations at each meeting. C. Hrashear 1b THE FIELD OF HONOR , . at homo from Church, Cloverport, Ky. Tho conference year that is now drawing to n close, lina been ono of tho pleasant years of my miniHtry, and I trust has not been without profit to both pastor and people There is ono featuro that H lias been encouraging, wo have had good attendance upon tho Sunday services. Tho church has been repaired, at a cost of $a0.1.2.", every dollar of which has been paid. AVo have had twenty-fiv- e additions to the church this year, but we have lost five by death and three by certificate, leaving a net gain of seven- teen. V While the spiritual 6tate of the church is not what it should bo, still I think we are on rising ground. is a success. I Tho Sunday-schodon't, mean that the members of the church all attend, but that the school has kept up in interest. Our superintendent has served us faithfully and acceptably, and is the right man in the right place. The music has been good all the year, and wo arc indebted to the choir for the sweet music, thereby adding interest to the services. The leaders of the choir have been faithful and prompt, and the whole church is under obligations to them, but especially to our organess, who has not only been untiring in her eflbrts to practice the choir member, but has not missed a Sunday sen ice this year. My Hoard of Stewards have my thanks for faithfulness and the business-lik- e way in which they have kept tho financial interests of the church. Every dollar of my claim will bo paid. The amount of money raised this year for missionary and other benevolences, will be in advance of what we paid last year. I want to return thanks for the kindness and consideration that 1 have received at the hands of all, also to the editor of this paper for kindly and cheerfully publishing our church notice from me. In conclusion, I want to say my connection with the Holt people has been pleasant, and I trust profitable to all. The congregation there is much larger than it was when I came. They have also worked up a good Sunday-schooLet us pray that CJod may continue to M'nd the church prosperity. W. C. Hit'wnox, I C. l. Mr. struck anjahundance of gas ntttTdopth of four hundred feet. lib thinks ho can supply the town, as his is the only well John Lassvvell, of West'Pointylias theie. The time is Hearing for the girls to begin discussing what they shall purchase to wear in hats, bonnets and dress material at that happy pleasure ground the Rome fair. While recently traveling over a considerable portion of tho N. W. S. W. &. Miss. Valley Railroad, we were pleased with the quietude and order at the stations through the prohibition county of old Hardin, but as soon as you cross the line into Grayson, you scent the whiskey. This road was built in 1870, and yet, it is, perhaps, the roughest road in the state, owing to the rugged country. Tho Rig Clifty bridge is 138 feet high, and yet a small boy can throw a stone from bank to bank. The scenery at many point is picturesque in the extreme, especially around Muldraugh; but one feels an involuntary shrinking and crumbling of toes as they spin recklessly through tunnels, over bridges and tres-selunder which large trees seem like bin ubs? a'heolliconj on these old roads aie more' attentive "tp ladies traveling alone, their baggageeing carried on anil oh" trains for them, instead of them leading their babes and carrying their valises as best they can, as they do here. s, Happy Hoosiers. Win Tinnnons, Postmaster of Idaville, Ind., writes: "Electric Hitters has done more for me than all other medicine combined, for that bad feeling arising from Kidney and Liver trouble," John Leslie, farmer and stockman of same place says : "Find Electric Hitters to be the best Kidney and Liver mdicine, make me feel like a new man." J. "V. Gardner, bardwaie merchant, same town, says. Electric Hitters is just the thing fora man w ho is all run dow n and don't care whether he lives or dies; he found new strength good appetite and felt just like he had a Death of Mr. Sherwood 0. Mason. new lease on life. Only 50c. a bottle, at Mr. Sherwood O. Mason was born in (i. V. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. He Cincinnati, O., January 11th, 1872. Witt's, Iiardinsburg, Ky. was tho only son of Mrs: Ollie A. 'Mason, and also a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. ROCK HAVEN. Spreen, who lived hero for a number of Hogs to feed are very scarce in this years, and three years ago removed to part of the county. Covington, Ky. Mr. Mason was educated in Cincinnati, church last Preaching at the Baptist ()., and in 1888 ho graduated as a StenoSunday with good attendance. business at Married, on the 7th inst., Thomas Nor-ri- s grapher, and commenced his Lexington, Ky., where ho remained for ami Mrs. E. Markham, 'Squire Keitli sometime. Ijist February he accepted a olliciating. position in .Macon, On., where he remainMiss Ella Mossbarger is teaching the ed until the cruel hand of death took ltock Haven school with from thiity-tiv- e him away from us. He became a memtu forty scholars. ber of the Methodist church when but Mr. C. C. Ix'wis, our railroad agent, sixteen years of age, and has always been and wife, are visiting friends and rela- a true and faithful member to both his tives in Howling Green, Ky. church and Sunday school. Mr. Mason The Wheelers are getting quite num- was young, hut a man of many good erous in this part of Meade county; two traits; and lived tho life that many lodges with over seventy-liv- e members. would profit to follow the example ho ltock Haven is one of the greatest basset. He has visited Cloverport, Ky., most shipping points for fish on the river. We ship from two to three thousand pounds every summer for a number of years, and was loved by all vvho knew him, and his to lx)iiisille every week. The Democrats met at (iamettsville visits w ill be greatly missed. Mr. Mason was ill but a short time, and elected their committee-man- , Mr. S. and liis death was a great shock to his Fan rest, one of the rising young DemoHis mother and many friends hero. crats of Meade county. sister touched Macon, just in time to There is some talk of the (las boom spend a few hours with him beforo ho coming on us again. Some of tho comclosed his eyes and slept into eternal panies are having a "booming" time rest. His remains were brought to Covnow in the court houi-- c at Hrandonhurg. ington, Ky., and placed in the beautiful Mrs. Jacob Iteesor, of near this place, Spring Grove, Sept. tho 11th, at 0 a. in., died on the Ith of this month. She was beside his dear grand parents that had the third wife of Mr. Iteesor, and be- gone such a shot ttimo before. He leaves longed to one of the best families of a dear mother and sister and many reHardin county. She was n member of latives to mourn his untimely calling to the Baptist church, and has many friends his happy home above. t j mourn her lo.ss. tft Dear Mother da not weep, f Mr. Al. Crook, an old citizen who left Though chatting bo his rod ;, here in 1K.'7, is back among his old Your Sherwood lias but gone to sleep," To wnko within lloaven and God. friends again. Mr, Crook, II. K. Pusey and Tandy Fitch, were three of the first In Heaven the angles sing, ( members that joined the Wintersmith Glad long! of joy nnd love, Lodge of Freemasonry at Garnettsvillc, Ai he entered on happy wines The pearly gate aboro. Ky., in 1851. UNION' STAR. Mr. H. F. Parr is teaching the public school. Miss Heck Iticketts has returned from Cloverpoi t. Mr. John II. Lay, of Stephensport, was in town last Wednesday. Mrs. Minara, of Louisville, spent a day or two with her aunt, Mrs. Dr. Milner. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Cunningham have returned, ami Mr. Cunningham will teach hero this winter. Mrs. James T. Hkillman, Miss Eliza Hrashear and Miss Jcsslu Iloyle, nro visiting Mrs. 0. M. McGlothlan. Miss Dora Gardner is teaching at Khiloh, and Mr. James L. Cart is at tho Dutschko (school wielding tho sceptre. Mr. D. S. Richardson took his (laughter, Miss Lena, wont to Russcllvillo Jast week to attend school. You will bo cured without an inflictou If you take "0. 0.0. Certain Chill Curo" for Chills amO'ovcr. Pleasant to tako. For&ilobyG. V Short. Guaranteed. Sept. 13th, 1890. Jkkni. Remarkable Rescue. Mrs. Michael Curuiin, Plainflcld, 111., makes the utatcment that sho caught cold, which settled on her lungs j sho was treated for a month by her family physician, but grow worse. He told her she was a hojxhsx victim of comumption and that no tiiedicino could cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr King's New Discovory for Consumption ; sho bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefited from first doso. She continued its uso and after taking ten bottles, found herself sound and well, now does hcrown housework and is as well as she over'was. Freo trial bottles of this (freat Discovery at G. W. Shores, CJoverport. Ky. and J. A. Witt's, Iiardinsburg, Ky. Nervousand delicato women should not tako Quinino and rack their tiorves, but "C. 0.0. Certain Chill Cure," tho great remedy for Fovor. Aguo and by G. W. Short. Mala-la.-8old "Yea! It in now.fdcarl Bntlyouf novel will, bring us at least tlircoJtnQUsand, and to think that ft will bo finished in twenty days." "In twenty days," said Annand, words in a mechanical manner. "Ah, how happy wo will bo,'" said the little woman, her eyes sparkling at tho prostx;ct of tlu? good fortnno which sho beheld in prospect; "wo can pass tho summer at the Bciwido. Gcorgot shall have a pretty red cap and wo will enjoy ourselves as wo did four years ago, when we vvre rich. Do you remember how wo used to go crabbing and that big fo rocious crab that frightened mo so? It nil comes back to mo again, and with it nil the other pleasures I owo to you. Kiss mo, my dear," and tho tiffectiouato wifo throw her arms ubont tho neck of her husband, who embraced her tenderly. "But." said Claudino, when sho had disentangled herself from Armand's anus, "it is 0 o'clock already. I must put baby to bed and sco tliat tho house is safely lockod. But first let ino soo you to your table." d And taking tho lamp Claudino her husband into his littlo studio adjoining' their bedchamber. "Tliero.'8lnj said, drawing near Jor a parting kIks, "until wo meet again. Work quickly. Think ,that ourhnpni-nes- s depends on those pages." Claudino went out. Annand seized his pen, but in spite of his efforts ho found it imiKwsiblo to write a single lino. Other thoughts, which refused fo bo banished, occupied his mind. Leaning his head on his hand, and staring vacantly into jspuco. ho romainud..ln one BSTMcntion this paper. position during two long hours. He was thinking. A lisht tap sounded on the door. t Annand," Mid a soft voice, 3" I 'an . f going to bed. Baby 13 aslOop, and Ihave locked every thing up safe nnd sure. Do Branch House, HARDINSBURG, KY. not wo-- : f jo late you must not tiro CLOVERPORT, KY, yourself, dear." Jewelry The words recalled him from his revGrocery e erie. He east his eyes on tho paper him; it wan blank. "Come," ho muttered, "I must get to WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, ANO STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES, work," and seizing a pen ho wroto with MusicalMerchandise'j feverish haste, filling fivo or six pagc3 without raising his head. Suddenly he Provisions, Confections, 4and Sowing:MacliInos. btopped. He had just written these words, placed by him in tho mouth of Fruits of all Kinds, Etc. one of the characters in ; lps novel: REPAIRING SPECIALTY you aro booking a duel you shall "And if have one." "A duel!" ho cried; "why 1 nm going t to iijht one myself." And a vision of tho morrow flashed bef ire his eyes. He saw tbo clearing, the group of seconds, two fi-- n dressed in black facing each other nr.d their pistols pointed toward tho grasi, waiting for tho signal, wmlo, the sunUoams littered through tho trees and the birds on the branches chanted joyously Suddenly the picture changed. A man, pale and with closed eyes, lay stretched on a litter, whilo ono of tho Cagtoria Is Dr. Saml Pitcher' old, harmlcs and qnlok onra for carriers stood knocking at a door. The door was hk own! And tho woman who Infants' nnd Children's Complaint. Superior to Castor Oil, ran to meet tho funeral cortege tho Parcgorlo or Warootlo Syrnpa. Children ory for Castorla. Mll-llo- na trembling creature vvho, with a terrible of Mothers Mom Catoria. cry, threw herself on tho corpse ho too. It was Claudine. Catorla cures Colic, Constipation ; I "I recommend Costorla for children's I Sour Stomach, Diarrhasa, Eructation ; compIalnU.ossurioriortoanrprescripUon Annand rose hastily and paced rapidaires healthy sleep j also aids digestion ; I known to me." II. A. Aiichkb, M. D., Without narcoUo stupefaction. ly up and down tho room. It was tnio. 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, K.Y. O.i the morrow' he was to fight. On Tns CiHTicn Compact, 77 Murray St., New York. the morrow, pistol in hand, ho would bo risking his own lifo to tako another's. His life! Great God, did it belong to him? Had ho tho right to dispose of it? Did ho not owo it, as much as money, to those who depended upon him? Were he dead, what would bo tho fate of his vv'fe and children, thrown helpless ou the mercies of his terrible creditors? He had no money. There was not a huno dred francs in tho house. His solo A Suro Curo for nil Diseases In was in his pen, his talent, his brain. Where would they be And his little wifo, so fragile, so deli-cafbj. 'J1 MT1 itiPuHBk H ArteA what was in store for her? Tho hospital? And after that? And his children Georgot, so bright, so lmppy, so Arising from Impurities of the Blood, anil intelligent; his little girl, his merry fairy from Functional Derangements. what would become of them? continued to pace nervously Fougeret JVAcXBH?lBffBIBSKr- - " up and down the xr. Tho veins in his W. A DEAD SHOT OH WORMS, AND A CERTAIN temples throbbed until they seemed on PREYENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. tlw point of bursting. Ho moistened liis "M 7l mini ''' handkerchief nnd wound it about his head. Tho cold water helped to cool his burning brain. Now ho saw it all clearer. Ho had exaggerated tho situation; a pirson-ago- , duel was tint necessarily fatal. Had ho nlr held out a lottor to another equally anxious and no lean solemn. Dlmiilvaiitugcs of Ilnnk, not already fought threo of them, and "Is it pobsible?" said tho first, Rank has its disadvantages if "tho was ho not ali vo on tho ovo of tho fourth? "What, a incssago?" s lid tho r.eoond. Yes; but then ho w.is ulono in tho world. claims of long descent" incumber its "Tho unfortunate man forgets that ho possessor with such n baptismal hcritago His lifo was his own: ho had tho right to dishonors himself," said ono. . o us Lyona Decima Veronica Esyth IIo had given disposo of. it aa he pleax-d"And that his cowardica might reflect Cyssa Hylda Rowona Adola Thyra no portion of his life to a wifo; no chilon us," replied tho other. Ursula Ysabol Blancho Lclias Dysart dren to leave behind, fatherless, penni"But that ahull not happen," said both Plantagonet, which is tho niuno of a less and helpless. And as these thoughts together. cousin of tho volatile pretty again bogan to surge through his aching And with a gravo air and measured Earl of Dysart, all tho other Dysart brain ho fancied ho could sco tho shining barrel of n pistol, with tho littlo, round, steps tho two men advanced toward a Plantageuets being endowed with equal viowing tho ununa fr tirnnninnn ntwl nrrniMnnn dark holo aimed directly between his small group who wero sual proceedings with surprise eyes. "Qentieiuon," said ono of tho pair, hnin Ethel: lluntingtower Deatrico He tried in vain to cliango tho current speaking composodly in tho midst of n Evangeline Viso do Lou do of hia thoughts. They ref usod to vanw'.i. general silenco, "wo rogrot to announco Orellana Toedmag Saxon Dysart t, Ho was responsible for tho caro of those principal and fonnor friend, M. that our or Lynepli Ydwallo Odin Nester ho loved. Thoy livoJ by him, nnd Utoy Fougeret, will not bo on tho field Egbert Lyonel Toedmag HuglrErchen-wyn- o would pjrish without him. Tho ball Armand fight. Saxon Esu Cromwell Ormn Nevill that struck him would tako inoro thau today. is IIo will notnecessary for mo to scarcely "It Harpor's Bazar. Dysart Plantagonet. one lifo. There would bo threo other continued, replacing his hat on ho victims thr jo to whom ho owed lovo, add," u sweeping gesture, "that, Ilu Tola tlui Truth. happiness and bread. Good Ood, how liis head with as for us, wo nie entirely at your servAt tho conclusion of a festival an exterrible it all wa J Argonaut, from the littich of cellent teacher, desirous of administerice." But another idea, oqnally 03 horrible, Pi rro Docourccllo. ing n trifling moral lesson, inquired of crossod his mind. tho lioys if thoy had enjoyed tho repast His honor! u Wuy Deaf People IIuvo. It's With the ingeunoua modesty of youth Ho knew his comrades and tho incred "I told that deaf oid Mrs. Peters about they all responded, "Yes, sir," "Then," ulous flaneurs of tho boalovnrd. lie heard their com.nonfci and their pitiless Sadie, and what do you think bIio said?" asked tho excellent tcachor, "if you had "Wliatr raillery. What word woro thoy proslipped into tho garden ami picked those Yes. That's what sho taiid." Racket. strawberries without my leave would nouncing? "A cowardl" No, it was impossible. IIo surely would find somo thoy bavo tasted as good as now" Every small' boy in that btnined nnd sticky one of his companions who would Eczema from Childhood. company shrieked, "No, sirl" "Why him. Men aro good at henrt; some ono would be found who could underWhen nn infant my body broke out nil notr" ""Cause," said littlo Thomas, with tho cheerfulness of conscious virstand. over with an eruption or rash, which wo shouldn't have had su"Armand," camo an anxiou3 voico moro aggravated as I grow older. tue, "then gar and cream with 'em." New York from tho adjoining room, "aro you "chidhooU until I wiurgrown World. troubled? You have been talking to From early yourself for n whole hour. You aro not my family spent a fortune trying to curo lliltty Sandwich Deulvr. mo of tho disease Every noted physiiiir Thero is n sign in this city which would "No, lio, my doar," ho ropllcd, (jjing cian in our section was tried or consulted. authorities' in short to tho door, "do not worry. I I am When I camo of ago I visited Hot Springs liavo called out theof Salem witchcraft, order in tho days working." Ark., and was treated there, by tho best sign "Ah, tliat Ij well," said Claudine, with medical men, but was not benefited. and tho author of thofor Idswonld have originality surely been knighted a swcot smile. Thon, us sho dropied lashes over her slumber heavy After that, under tho advice of a noted as well as for his orthography. The her Ions lie's a specialist, I tried tho celebrated Clifton sign reads "SANDwitchesa." eyes, olio murmured: "Think what If you wore Springs, New York, without nnygood re- gritty dealer, to say tho least. Norwich would becomo of us to got sick tho littlo ones and mo. sults. When nil things lind failed H.d. Bulletin. Good night dear, ' tcrmincd to try S.S.S., and in (our months Baby is asleep. Sufa from Harm. . nnd tho loving wifo resumed ,her inter- was entirely cured. Tho torriblo Eczom Neod help Benevolent Individual rupted dreain. ' ngain, do you, Undo Ebony? Well, was all gone, not a sign loft ; my gcnoWd At tho other end of tho room, safely here's a dollar. I presumo you find it tucked in his littlo crib, smiling and, health built up, and I lmvo never had difficult to keep tho wolf from tho door? of tho disease I lmvo sinco peaceful, with his littlo hands tightly any return Uncle Ebony I ain't 'fraid no wolves, recommended S.S.S., to a numbojrlof Bah. I keep fo' dogs. Good News. clasped, littlo Georgot slept A sudden torrent of tears burst from friends for skin diseases, eruptions, etc., Armand's eyes and wot his cheeks. IIo nnd lmvo never known of n failure to Trouble jmta tip a Rrfat' stany packs, rushod into his studio, seized a sheet of cure, and. you must carry boiuo ono of them: Geo. W. Irwin, Irwin, Pa. paper and wroto. Treatiso on Blood and Skin Diseases Thero is no cuindnl so thick and well Tho next morning at 10:30 a man adjusted but somo thorn will strike freo. , attired In black stood on mailed through it Atlanta, Ga. the field at Vezinet nnd with an ntritatod j it Jii'rgq sum for us to spend U t 1890 FRANK S.COOK -- : :- Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic lilsaipleMBtto the taite m lomoa yrnp. The smallest infant will take it and never know it is medicine. Children cry for it. Never fails to Chills obm broken will not return. Cost von only half theories of other Chill Tonics. No quinine needed. No purgative needed. Contains no poiion. Cheaper thaa enre. LUMBER, LATH u SHINGLES, DOOES, It purines the blood and removes all malarial poison from the system. It is as large as any dollar tonio an RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. qslnine. j WsSBmhBmoMKKSM --WARRANTED JSMMKiHiHHaKiHV KvvutVAsK i .R.rtt, KjravgyygERpnpfKsssK? COMIUTILLI, VlM DM. II, 1H& VlDtttM Co., ruin, TDD.I flruv afoi m tbrft Jo ten t rotfr Orore't Ttt Um CbtU Tool, t wu with the lot from JM Fill SASH &c BLIISTIDS i. tn3 tmaclttal, hitlng hutchroola oblll for moothi put. a of them for yttt, aid lth ft three wecki tner ttnnlnc with the Chill Tools Ihij were halt and heart with red and roa dueka nailed UkAfteharu. Chill (vi yoariwftrthjr PUd4 UH twnmef. Th Tontfl propU wtw delighted with IL I U iomi chtidrtti b wcrt led XOU UjILU uy IT. 7. STWSOX, M. D. J CM pro-cede- Estimates promptly made. v. Ui (. d;! M'm BETJ)ja5th & 10th STS., CLOVEltrORT, KY. L. D. ADDISON'S ADDISON, Is tho KY. placo to buy SBWINO MACHINE for lest money than any other place Id thocfloutrjr The mnchlrci I sell aro eaunl to any that ngents chargo from $3i to $50 fur: I guarantee them to be what I say or no trade. Agents will say the maohlue is no, account, because tho largo J I (Terence In our prices, but I figure 6n this as on everything I handle, cut It as low as it can be 'cut. "My Motto"' quick ri? LOUISVILLE, KY. skHfflEsK YS" SI Ikl M -- 31 sales and small profit. Twodrawer.dropleiif SipcorSowlDg Machines KSSk ( r jBJf j.-i- mlJu low'atinwlth'allattaehtncnts. 'JIOU-- - d'huy, VIW'l'IHsrDSi 'a Department. bo-for- Department Five drawer dropleaf Singer Sewing Ms- chlnos.hlgh arm, with nil attachments $111.60 Send jiio a check or the tnonoy by register letter, and I will ship you a machine to any part of the country. Respectfully, L. D. ADDISON,Addison, Ky. - ' l M .1 Tl Single Strap Track HARNESS. the very The Leather. Workmanship and Finish arc ol Prlco, $17. SAVE MONEY BY BUYING DIRECT. We can sell you best ts . fSK ' What is Harness at from $6.00 up. Road Car.ts from $9.50 up. SEND FOR OATALOGUE. CASTORIA DR. ELLIOTT'S AGUE MAHTJFAOTUBING INDIANAPOLIS, IND. .txSi. 00. A.J MT-iZ- r -J ; jT m il AJ The H. W. HERNDON GO, Produce & fen'ral Comml'n No. 144 Third St., d, Louisville, Ky. W e) w Medicated Food, !VffSwf' for-tuu- imy HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs J 1 mnszmjfa?: ' ji- ryp r- awftvkj lni l xsrA i u - LrO'i"1 EViljlSViLLE, IND-Vrl i For Sale by A. K. FISHER. GEO.W. SWEARINGEN.PRES. W. P. FREDERICK. CASH. UNION NATIONAL BANK Sts., DIRECTORS. Wm. P. Otter. R. F. Bilke. W. T Grant, C. G Strater, John G. Roach, B W Wood, Fred Hoetti Isaac W. Uernheim, W. W, Drummond, John Docrhocfcr, James P. Curd, Henry Urockman. Taya Intern: on Time Deposits. Negotiates Purchase and Bale oi Donia. Solicits your UusIikw - " 'S CAPITAL $500,000. Cor. Sixth and Main LOUISVILLE, KY. SURPLUS $12,500. Un-din- io 4fiNyf ? 'sNfrTy '" - ' Plan-tagono- ,jM . y-tfi do-fe- V. bo-ca- "Good morninff, Oharlio. What is tho news?" "Why! haven't you heard that the Hamilton -- Brown Shoo Co. havo got out a Pour Dollar Shoe that beats t every thiner thoy havo done yet?" 4i Yes, TiieSwii-tSi'IxmficCo.- seen them, they are for sale SITLZER'S, Cloyerport, Ky. TRY A PAIR AND BE1 HAPPY. 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