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Fate has lips as silent as thoso of Memnon until the day breakstho sun arises and over tho sands of life's desert is heard tho immortal song. She turned to retraco, her steps. It was A favorite haunt of hers, this bridge, lleing within calling distnnco from the house it was safe, and it was a habit of hers to get away from tho chattering of her young brothers to indulge in melancholy 'thoughts. "No, I will never drown myself; I will try to do right whatever comes; I will be patient," sho said, aud turned to take a last look. "Tho water will commonco falling by morning. My GodI what is that?" "Help! help! for Christ's sake!" From a mass of drift rushing swiftly down camo these words, in a faint, strangled voice. "Hero is help!" called tho strong young voice of tho girl. "I Seo you; you are coming straight under a bridge. Do you hear?" "I hear; my strength is gone." "Yon are almost to tho bridgo. Let go tho log and catch hold of this shawl 1" and snatching it from her she lny down and dropped n corner of it to tho water, winding tho opposite ono firmly around her strong hands. A moment more it was caught, almost dragging her from her position, but with superhuman effort she nerved herself for tho struggle. "Hold on for your life!" she said, as tho drew tho shawl up. Her arms wore almost wrenched from their sockets, but sho pulled steadily until ,sho felt a pair of death cold hands clutch hers. "Now," she said, "help a little yourself or I can't savo you. Put your foot against that brace near you. Now!" and with an effort which almost parted body and soul she raised herself, drawing the exhausted man upward until she could placo her arni3 beneath his, and so drag him up to the floor of tho bridge where ho fell, whether alive or dead it was impossible to say. Nor was .Tanio Burton in much better plight, as sho was so ovcrcoma by exhaustion aud cxciteaiont'ns to ba unable for a fow minntra to do more than draw panting, convulsivo breaths. Thon real lziug tho necessity of immediate action sho raised her voice i.i,a long, piteous, penetrating call for help! It was hoard, for tho nearest cabin was her horn?, and soon t!u swift feet of boys told that help was at hand. When her brothci'3 arrived the rescued man had so far recovered as to bo able to raisQ himself to a bitting posture, and on her feet. Janio "Boys," sho said, "each of you tako an arm; you will havo to bear his weight as well as you can. Oh, hero ij mother. Wo must get him to thoj house. I hope ! thero is a good "Yes," said Mrs. Burton, "there is and some brandy, only a littlo, bqt it will help." They got him to tho house. How they could scarcely tell, for 1" was almost helpless; but when ho c. the fire on the hearth nnd had s .l a lit tlo spirits he revived sufllk..itly to that he had been looking at some timbcr land, and riding too near the bank it had caval off with him. He was 'thrVjwn from his horso, which ho supposed was drowned. Ho could not swim and so caught a log and drifted. It was 4p'clock when ho fell in. Hero he was seized with convulsive shudderings and could sny no more. "Mako some strong coffco and bring it very hot, whilo I help tho boys change his clothes. Bring your father's best shirt nnd flannels. He has got an awful was-alread- y fh-em By JOSEPHINE BOWEN. (Copyright by American Press Association. CHAPTER I. Cold1. HonrscncHS, Cronp, Whooping- Cough, Bronchitis, Incipient Consnniplion, nnd Trill re Koto consnmptlvo pnficnts In stores ; Trill euro Trhcncnrn nblo. nnd rnlloroin tho Trorst cases. - Cares Cong-hg-, U .. mii Mia i ii isw w i ed KoothntC.C.C. &- -. I J. nudtnlco no O. other. IsWovminororTliot-tl" o MENDENHALL Prioo 25 o. & CO., BOLE PROPRIETORS, EVANSVIIAE, INDIANA. & SOLD DY DBUQQI8T3 OENERALLY. Itcrnovo Corns, Warts Bunions Trlth 26 Ots. a. BOTTIiE. ' SOLD AND WAK11AUTED BY CERTAIN CORN CURE. ". 'A HA s - TfBnart '" wanted something to make ipe quit thinkin,- - about myself, and unless lie gets well too soon I shall have him to think about for awhilo anyway." "Only don't go to thinking too much alwut him, Janie. Seo what lino clothes he has and such whito hands." "Don't worry, mother; almost anything is better than such thought as I was having when ho called for help." These confidences wero exchanged in low tones by tho firo wldlo tho patient was fitfully slumbering at daybreak. Tho boys had departed' on their errand and in an incredibly short timo the doctor alighted from his buggy at tho rude gate and cama in. Pausing only for a corteous greoting ho hurried to.tho bedside and examined his patient. Ho then went nnd stood by the hearthj Jooking thoughtfully into tho fire. A grave man beyond his youth, but still on tho sunny side of life, with a fine intellectual face, sympathetic eyes und lips; one to trust instinctively, tho model physician. (TO BE CONTINUED.) 1 Louisville, Ky., Week of Nov. 17th. The Kiralfy Brothers' Great Production of "Around tho World in 80 Days," I nfjk for your patronage and propose to give you in return full value for which will hold tho boards of tho Audi torium, week of Nov. 17th, will bo the spectacular event of tho season, nnd the prices, 50 cents nnd 25 cents, to seo this Left at my store. Therefore I call your attention to my new and grent production, will causo il not only handsome line of Goods, consisting of Auditorium, SOLID TRUTHS! EVERY DOLLAR A DOCTOR'S CONFESSION. BANK OP HAEDINSBTOG Capital Stock $25,000. WILL "Hold on for your Ufcl" A few miles from where the Sender drops its turbid water into the Mississippi it passes through a region which has nil the elements of tho picturesque. A few hundred yards from the eastern bank there is n range of mighty bluffs, sparsely clothed with oak and cedar, and cleft in ono placo where a road winds down from tho highlands beyond to cross a bridge, rustic enough, but heavy nnd strong to withstand the spring freshets. A quarter of a mile abovo tho bridgo a dam lias been built to turn tho water into tho wheels of an old mill which, lazily turning, grinds out its dole of flour and yellow meal. On this bank of tho river are nlsoccat-tere- d a few humble dwellings, each with its garden patch, and in the summer its 3 dooiyard filled with hollyhocks, sunflowers and an undergrowth of annals which grotv with riotous luxuriance in tho rich black soil. On tho western bank thero i3 u stretch of bottom land two miles wide, held by nature as a private park. Hero are gently swelling mounds with just enough tress, bright littlo ponds fringod with purpla iris, nnd glades so bluo with wild violets in their season that they look like a pieco of th.o sky. It is iu late summer and autumn, however, that tho 6C3ao i3 at its best, for then cardinal flowers, lobelia, wild asters, goldenrod nnd many other splendid blossoms inukp u mosaic of color that would delight t!i3 soul of an artist, if ono could over bo found willing to face mosquitoo3 anl nulavi;. long onough to transfer a hint of its beauty to his canvas; fohnatura is jealoni of her choicest possessions, and plades an angol with a flaming sword at tho gato of all earthly edens. Everj spring at tho breaking up of tho ice thero is a rise, as the natives call it, and for two or threo weeks this valley is submerged; then the water subsides, leaving an alluvial deposit rich as that on the banks of the Nile, nnd on it is held a carnivnl of flowers, malaria fever and death. On a wild March night when tho flood was at its height a woman camo down tho road and stood upon the bridgo. The moon was full, and although stormy clouds wero scurrying across the sky she shone out now and then and lighted up the weird scene nnd tho face of tho figure leaning upon tho rail of the bridge and looking down at tho rushing flood. This is what the moon saw and heard. A girl of 20 years, perhaps, with a uoble, womanly form nnd a face not pretty with any more sensual beauty of color and dimples and curves, but ono which seemed to havjo had a too early acquaint; anco with thojiard problem of life and yet a beautiful face, with its broad, white forehead, dark, level brows and sensitive mouth. A largo gray shawl was thrown over her head and wrapped about her form, and shq seemed to bo otherwise comfortably clad in plain dark garments. "I should not mind being down there," sho was saying to herself, "although I haven't tho least notion of jumping in. There isn't much to live for. Ever since lean remember it has been just the same tho long cold winters going to that mean littlo school through tho snow and Sitting among the rest with my feet freezing; and they disgust me so, there is no reason why they should. I am no different from tho rest, only I feel a difference. Then comes the freshet, nnd after that fever aud' ague and typhoid and hot, wretched nights with millions of mosquitoes. "I wonder how it would feel to be among the drift? I should soon bo down to tho mouth of tho Sonder, and thero nro always men and boys paddling around thero in skiffs and dugouts. I supposo that they would And mo nnd hook mo out with their grappling irons. "I shouldn't look pretty at all. When Clara Grantley died how beautiful sho was in her shroud of whito lacol And thero wero flowers on her breast and iu her hands and they kept hor throe days. I wonder how they would dress mo? That is if they gotmo out of tho water soon enough to dress mo at all. I suppose it would bo just cambric, and they couldn't keep mo; thero is no room. When people are poor and livo in two- roomed cabins they have to mako hasto to bnry their dead. "I have no notion of jumping in, but what if I should happen to fall in, would it matter much? Poor motherl" I know sho would bo sorry, but life has been hard for her. Perhaps sho would think I was hotter off, and father, who always seems sad, would bo sadder then; and tho boys would cry a littlo, but they would soon forget me, nnd go fishing and be-a- luippy as over. "Whou tho neighbors are down with fever thoy want mo, but when they get well they don't caro for me. They say that I am proud. I behove that I am, too, and that is tho worst of it. What have I to bo proud of? What will of me? I am uearly 20. All of tht girls I know marry before they nro as old as I am, bnt I would rather dio than marry any one who will over ask mo. "When I go to Orquay with mother to buy calico and muslins and jeans 1 feel bo poorly dressed and awkward. Why was I born?" She looked far- - out over tho swirling, rushing flood. Thero were strange, shapes amon;r the drift white logs which enor-111011s io He Doesn't Take Much Medicine and Advises the Reporter Not To. "Humbug? Of course it is. Tho science of medicino is a humbug nnd has been from tho time of Hippocrates to the present. Why the biggest crank in tho Indian tribes is the medicine man." "Very frank was tho admission, especially so when it came from one of tho biggest young physicinns of tho city, ono whoso practice is among tho thousands, though ho has boon graduated but a few years," says tho Buffalo Courier. "Very cozy.was his office, too, with its cheerful grate fire, its Queen Anno furniture, and its many lounges and He stirrca the lire lazily, lighted a fresh cigar, and went on." "Tako tho prescriptions laid down in the books, nnd whnt do you find? Poisons, mainly, nnd nauseating stufls that would make a healthy man an Why in tho world science should go to poisons for its rcmedjes I cannot tell, nor can I find nny one who can." "How does a doctor know tho effect of his medicine?" he asked. "Ho. calls, proscribes, and goes away. The only way to judgo would bo to stand over tho bed nnd watch tho patient. This cannot bo done. So, really, I don't know how ho is to tell what good or hurt ho does. Some timo ngo, ypu remember, tho Boston Globe sent out a reporter with n stated set of symptoms. Ho went to eleven prominent physicians nnd brought back eloven different prescriptions. This just shows how much science thero is ifi medicino." There are local diseases of various characters for which nature provides positive remedies. They may not bo included in tho regular physician's list, perhaps, becauso of their simplicity, but tho cvidenco of their curative power is beyond dispute. Kidney disenso is cured by Warner's Safe Cure, a strictly herbal remedy. Thousands of persons, every year, write be does II. J. Gaitliner, of Pontiac, R. I., August 7, 1890: "A fow years ago I suffered more thnn probably over will be known outside of myself, witli kidney and liver complaint. It is tho old story I visited doctor after doctor, but to no avail. I was at Newport, and Dr. BInckmnn recommended Warner's Safe Curo. I commenced the uso of it, and found relief immediately. Altogether I took threo bottles, and I truthfully stnto that it cured me." easy-chairs. d. n. p. BEARD. Frcsldent. M I f.LBtt. M. II. IIBARD, Cashier. Dlrooton. O. W. BEAHD ) MORRIS KSKRIDUE J R. M. JOLLY. .. id -- U MII11 CI uiiisTX' One of tht v ftpm I 'IV. EYE !1 Ilir KEr pari iweta il tnixr M(ox hi ech lomllrr, li iiVre Oulr wrfr t tti it oiirru liiftki fur if All you tnilolii I tltoit-uh- tliw. . l4 I II H I I Otir f IJIUm trc nl tMlntriliifabur t f cor. Tb. fwlorrlntcnt sssrty lure the rlmict iMtirnlMo ihuw our fmtd to hfll-yo- ur nrlrhborf thrt round you Tho be and thoae rtnninr of ihll tt howi tht null end of tlio of li reduced lo tho B. w 'l"r..""r ''"? lay atwill alioahowth.you how IS.1 lo le.lt. can inak. wrll. at once. u; til .iprei. chirr" I". from 1 W iIhiui oih.dui. i K'aeku . . ......-jrnw, . from yo .tart.wlth-o- r IULLETrCO..LUlHaO. llnt.r IV. foUTLASU. Uilxl WHAT SCROFULA BRONCHITIS EMULSION COUCHS to bo witneased by vast crowds of tho citizens of Louisville, but nlso an outpouring of people from nil parts of the Stato of Kentucky. The grent elephant, Mnzouck, will bo on tho stago at every performance. Tho Chicago Herald speaks as follows of this grand production : "If any ono was under tho impression that Hint vcnernblo spectacular piece, 'Around: tho AVorld in Eighty Days,' had outlived its drawing powers, they should have looked into tho Hnymarket Thentro last night. Tho audience was ono of those immense crowds frequently seen at the Haymarkct Sunday nights. It was an audience bent on enjoying itself, nnd it did. An inferior version of tho spectacle hns been hawked about the country for several seasons, but not since the days of its early production has it been given in such an elaborate manner as by the Kiralfys at present. A capable cast, new and hnndsome scenery, striking mechanical effects, gorgeous costumes, a livo elephant, intricate inarches, glittering pageant, etc., formed a collection of features that aroused the enthusiasm of tho audience. Joseph Slaytor as Fogg, C. F. Gilpin as Fix, Gus Frankel as Passepartout, Helen Tracy as Aouda, Rose Watson as Nemen, Georgie Fox as Bessie, nnd one or two others did good work in their respective parts." Of the costumes, scenery and Mikado ballet of "Around the World," the Chicago Times speaks as follows: "Tho most attractive feature of Kiralfys' 'Around the World in Eighty Days,' on for a week at tho llaymnrket Theater, is the Mikado ballet. The nro now nnd effective, and tho Several dance exceptionally pretty. new features are introduced, noticeably the 'three littlo maids,' dancing with many new steps and with great dash, and the 'three littlo boys with a big umbrella.' Clara Nowmnn, as Kntisha, in a costumo of silver, executes n number of graceful steps. cof-tum- FARM IMPLEMENTS Such as ! EMPIRE DRILLS, OLD HICKORY WAGONS SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS, AVERY, MEIKLE & URA CLIPPER STEEL PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVELS, SHOP MADE SINGLE SHOVELS, And a full line of Plow and Machine repairs, Wagon Material, Iron of all kinds, Shingles, Doors, Sash and a full line of Hardware, Lime, Salt and Cement, Brick and Tiling for Hues and drainage, COOK AND HEATING STOVES and pipe, and a full line of Tinware. 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By the 1 of a pound, to ono pint of boiling watimo it was ready the patient in dry boverage, but tho clothing had been helped into bed a ter, makes a first-clasbed wonderfully clean and soft, such ns water piust bo boiling, not merely hot. may sometimes bo found in lowly homes, It is asserted that malaria and epidemics even on the Souder. nro avoided by thoso who drink a cup of Thero was no sleep at tho Burtons' that hot coffeo beforo venturing into tho night. To boys of 12 and 14 this rescuo morning air. Burned on hot coals cofof a man from the river was an incident too wonderful to go to sleep on. In their feo is n disinfectant for a sick room, nnd exultation thoy wero tho heroes, of the by some of tho best phjsicinns it is connight, Janio's part being overlooked. sidered a specific in typhoid fever. How they would triumph over tho other Commercial Advertiser. boys, boys who had never so much as saved a dog in their lives. Then at the An exchange says tho man who wipes first peep of day they were to go for tho his noso on his sleeve, picks his teeth doctor up tho bluffs and five miles out to with a fork, squirts tobacco juico on tho Oak Hill, the most beautiful country homo in nil the region. What a glorious cook sl6vo nnd hearth, rides to mill with run it would be, and they would tell the com in one end of the sack nnd n stono Stacy boys as they passed their house in tho Qthcr, drives to market with hickoabout the wonderful rescue. Who could ry lines, deposits his money in a last sleep under such unprecedented circumwinter's sock, insists on paying his taxes stances? in coon skins and wild honey, fastens ono As for Jnuie and her mother, they had gallus with n wooden peg, nnd wears enough to do. Their patient alternated between terrible rigors and flashes of "possum belly" ants, is tho same old burning fever arid toward inoming be- rooster who has no uso for his homo came delirious. This, however, did not paper, and brother to tho fellow who alarm jthent as much as might bo sup- tries to do busines without advertising. posed, so accustomed wero they to tho sight of fever victims. Thoy did what A mother always feels complimented they wero accustomed to do in cases of when you tell her how much she looks malarial fever nnd waited. llkii her daughter; but tho man who In tho meantimo, the boys were drying the clothing which had been taken thinks to pleaso tho daughter by tolling from tho nearly drowned man. They her how much sho looks like her mother found in ono of the pockets a few soaked is a fool. Somorvillo Journal, bank'bills-Mna small knife. Of papers Oh, this ringing in the ears I or memoranda there" were none. The Oh, this humming In tbe head I bills Mrs. Burton dried und put away, taying they would do to pay the doctor. Hanking, blowing, snufQng, gnsplnp, "Who do you supposo ho is, JnnieV Watering eyes and tbrqUa-raspln- g, Health Impaired and comfort fled, ihu askod, as they sat by tho firs, tho ' Till I would that I were dead I boys having bocn banished to the kitchen. What folly to suffer so with catarrhal "Sono ono from Orquay, I snpposo," troubles, when tho worst cases of chronany ono answered Janio; "I never saw relieved and liko him. How whito and beautiful he ic catarrh in tho head are looks. I should think that tho angels cured by tho mild, cleansing and healing properties of Dr. Sage's Catarrh might look liko that." "Hush, Janle,"' said hor mothor. "I Remedy. It purifieB the foul breath, by lHiliovo you nro feverish yourself. Go removing the cause of offence, heals tho and lio down; I will watch him." soro and inflamed passages, nnd perfects "No," she ropliod, "1 got him out and a lasting cure. I am going to watch him and save him. s, Cure." This should convince you which is the best. Largo sales indicate the merits of all 4 49 8 28 12 23 Junction good articles. Dealers sell moro of Dr. 1015 4 21 12 36 10 43 815 Kirk 4 01 8 at Bull's Baby Syrup than of all other 1100 12 47 Jolly 7 44 3 29 Olcnde.ine 103 1135 remedies for tho curo of baby disorders. ll58im 120 7 29 3 01 ltockvale 7 20 251 Uuth 1211pm 129 2 40 712 135 Aiklni possible day for tho 1222 Tho earliest 218 657 Oaks 148 1242 lOOpinl 2 00pm Ar Portia llle l,v 0 45 nil 2 UOpin Christian Easter is March 22. Tho latest 1751 and day possible is April 25th. In 1818 Easter fell on March 22; but this THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH LINE. will not occur again cither in this centu(L. E. k ST. L. R. It.) ry or the century following. Tho rulo is that Easter day is always tho first Sun-da- y SHORTEST, QUICKEST after tho paschal full moon, or full AND BEST LINE TO moon which happens upon or next nfter March 21 ; and if the full moon happens upon Sunday, then Easter day is tho AND ALL POINTS Sunday nfter. It is not, however, tho acSouth-Wes- t. tual moon in tho heavens, nor oven tho mean moon of astronomers, that reguin Effect Dee, 16, 1888, d lates tho time of Easter, but an altogethLv. Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m...4:10 p.m. er imaginary moon, whoso periods nro Arr St. Louli 7s45 ' ...7:25 ' 9:50 p.m. Evansville 2:25 " so contrived Hint tho new (calendar) For further Information, call on or address, moon always follows the real new moon sometimes by two or even threo days. JOS S 0DI0RNE, Oen'l Past. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. Easter Sunday. journal the trade Journal of American advertisers. It Indicates to tbe inexperienced adver User how, when, and where he should advei Use; how to write an advertisement; how display one; what newspapers to use; how much money to expend In fact, discourses on every point that admits of profitable discussion. Advertising is an art practiced by many but understood The conductors of Printers' Ink understand It, and their advice Is basod on an experience of more than twenty-Gv- o years in placing advertisclng contraoU for many of the largest and most successful advertisers. A year's subscription costs but two dollar : sample copies Free. Address : QE0. P. U0WELL t-- CO., Newspapor Advertising bureau, 10 Sprnco St., New York. by-fe- FOll ADYEHTISEUS. I Issued weekly, and Is tbe representative A JOUIINAL Printers' Ink St. Louis, Time-Car- Evansville WE West and A'j&fa i II AjpVAri -- VfSTB EST LIVER QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. THE It Saved my Lifo. B. L. BRYANT. Trav. Pang'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. ryursmr f After suffering for twelvo years from contagious Blood Poison, nnd trying tho best physicians attainable and nil the patent medicines procurable, and steadily continuing to grow worse, I gnvo up all hopcB of recovery, and the physicians pronounced tho caso incurable. Hoping ngainst hopo I tried S. S. S. I improved from tho first bottle, nnd after taking twelvo was cured, sound nnd well, and for two years havo had no return or symptom of the vilo disease As Apple, Peach", Pear, Plum, Cherry, I owo my lifo to S. S. S., I send this tes- &c. Full lino of small Fruits for timony for publication. Fall 1890. Write for special prices II. M. Reoisteii, Huntley, N. O. CHEAPEST CONSIDERING TP MEDICINE CHILL CURE. HEDICINE .KNOWN JWI.SO OTJUSl BILIOUSNESS, IT WIUJ DYSPEPSIA. AND CHRONIO CONSTOATIOt. O. C. MARTIN 0RUQQI8T. FRUIT - TREES 100.000 It Cloverport, NCXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE. Ky. Gained Eighteen Founds. I consider S. S. S. tho best tonic in tho market. I took it for broken down health, nnd gained eighteen pounds in threo weeks. My appetite and strength , camq back to me, and mndo a now-- man Wm. Geklock, Belleville, 0, mo. of Treatisoon Blood and Skin Diseases mailed freo. Co., Atlanta, Ga. The Swift To Fight the Trust Tho tobacco growers of JJourbou at a meeting Monday organized for a fight against tho tobneco combine of the Cincinnati and Louisvillo warehousemen. There but ono way in which tho Lgrowers can oppose tho Combine success- lUliy ami innt is oy unity oi purposu ami action. Covington Commonwealth. will pay you to buy your trees at homo. All stock warranted truotoname. on lots. CjacOLAita I ( i nrrwiler! Safety Rain Holders Ulren away to Inlmducf them. Every hortt owner Inira 'mm I to O. LI at BJ3r T' M JLSIOIM Agents Fat. r Wanted! u.rarund.r boiau' frtl. in nttDK io W. S. ASHBY. CLOVERPORT, KY. v.. OFFICE, cm fiirKlckillNitlnlSAuipWihaiMlla forts UrenaUr M b.lo.. Holly, Mick. Bcndcou iu pukli Attorney at law, Hardinsburg, Ky. ! Court House FOR MEN ONLY! for LOBTsrTaULDtO i lenaruajianmvuuB ZiM?!0?; RAKE BARGAIN For particulars address For sale at a bargain, Fifty (50) acres of good land three miles from Cloverport, "Ky., one-ha- lf a mile from the L., St. L, T. II. It. U 4aj. tMl.l.lr Mfklllu MOB TKIlTaKlT-B.M- ll. U.UI; traa 10 Ital.. u4 f.nlTt CMatriM. Writ lata. JaaaUaa M4 n.U4 ImMI tn. MWta4l. aak, IMttN ERIE MKOtCAI. 00M BUf FALOj N. V. blLuiUlUofXrroneTXxMMMUOlaerTotaa', .but, .M.UllOODfllr Mm1i4. Haw I. .Li? lrlWXX,l'DXVUjVl(DOttUHriBTOrtDr. i a' (ra R0BT. E. WOODS. Ordlnanoe Office, War Department, Waihixoton, D. C. .ftAV&g v 'ft JS"??!,V7ri ni wr ' -Cl , ,.iy ''"' SHBHHnBHH jS j f!rT7! natwi-W-t ajsate !V$l f JJiif -f- ' ' "'t'-.t- f r '- - uq-f- l 'UJ'MM'""' k - . tk -. wr jr r jfWiiiiyM" f - a I M cj .... - . Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER JNO. D.BABB'AGE 111, HAROINSBURG DEPARTMENT, BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, Agent & Corresp'nt Sun- ROCK HAVEN. Mr. Zeko Feilds, iuhoii of old uncle Levi Feilds, is lying very low with Mr. G. II. Bungar, of Penyhaker, u. 1S90. V. U.IIAIIIIAnF. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. Editor ooixqVkst. Preaching at the Baptist church DRY li., St. Ii.JtT. U i ' Local Time Curd. 10.05 a.m. ..11.07 a.m. Passenger Dally nrr. IIardtnslurg..l2tl.1 p.m. " ..7:55 a.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. OOINO TART. Mall and Express going Knit West Express " East Local Freight " (i Kit West West p.m. p.m. 11.19 a.m. 10.04 a.m. &.S8 9 27 Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg.. 8:37 a.m. Mixed (ex. Sundjy)arr. " .. 4:00 p.m. to oun couiir.si'orvnnNTs. and gel all the netes Get the news and From Dana's nothing but the news Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. The Constitutional Convention is now holding two sessions daily. Tin: Governor-elec- t only thirty-thre- e a Democrat. in of Massachusetts years of age. lie is Hon. (ills W. Richardson, of Meade county, nays lie will he a candidate for to tho Legislature. Miiii,KNiioisoriii, Kv., is still on the hooin. Nearly a million dollars worth of real estate was sold in that place one day last week. ntmiikk of Democrats, memhers of Congress, have announced themselves as candidates for Speaker of that body. A the Fifty-secon- d Mil. I'rey Wooden, editor of the Owensboro Messenger, has gone to Chicago to purchase a new outfit for his paper, which was recently consumed by lire. It looked for awhile last week like the linaneiul' bottom was about to drop out of Wall street, New York, and precipitate a money panic upon the country. r Tiik Fanners' Alliance of Kansas have elected a man judge of one of the that State who was never admitted to the bar or lead a page of law in his life. Tin: Grand view Monitor (Republican) finds gieat consolation in the recent protracted rains, in that it religiously believes the heavens were weeping for the poor old "rads." Ixmisville Times. Tin: bridge of the I.., St. L. & T. Rail-loa- d across Green river at Spottsville, Ky., is interfering with navigation, and the company has been ordered by the (lovernment Engineering Corps to alter it. )rri( i m. returns of the congressional elections held last Tuesday two weeks, show that the Democrats elected --M2 members to the next House to the Republicans' 00. giving the former "t'2 majority. Of these the South elected lit, the West 7u.and the East .':!. 1 The Louisville I'ost says' that in one car lie saw seven Wheeler delegates to the Constitutional Convention pull out raiho.ul passes. They were Durbin, of Doris, of Webster; Lewis, of Tiigg; Avers, of Calloway; Elmore, of (Staves; and Miller, of Breckenridge. n; Tin: Republican raid upon the Treasury during the past six months for the s purpose of meeting the pension has reached enormous figures. During that period $411,000,000 were expanded, and upon this mis it is estimated that the annual expenditures will icach upwaidsof one hundred and lifty million of dollars. appio-priation1 Tin: Democratic leaders of the country predict that Giocr Cleveland will be the unanimous choice of the party for 1'iesident in '02. Gov. Hill, of New York, is putting out a feeler for the place, but inasmuch as Mr. Itlaiue, it is thought, will be put up again by the Republicans, nobody but Cleveland should be iiven the chance to defeat him. Waiiamaker did not discharge the woman in the Washington postollice who said t lint (Quay's otlice, mail had gone to the dead-lette- r but the remark to Mr. (Juny just at that time was a discourtesy that Mr. Wana- ni iker did not approve. So in allowing the lady to keep her position he reminded her ami all other employes in the postal service that it was their duty to h.' polite and obliging to everybody I'osim stkii-Gi:m.i- ii liny your Thnnkskiving turkey. F. Frnlze, Cloverport, was in the city Monday. law ofJudge Mercer has movod-hi- s fice over the bank. Hook, Miller & Co., are receiving a largo quantity of wheat over the railroad Dolph Jones and John Mcador, Big Spring, wero in town last Monday. The Court of Claims is in session and will last through the week. The Sunday passenger train has been discontinued on tho L. II. & W. Smith & Iluzhy continue to run their express to Cloverport daily. Mr. Jesse Whit worth, telegraph operator nt this place, spent last Saturday and Sunday at Ixdtchfield. , Miss I.ula Compton, of Whitesvllle, Ky., is in the city visiting Mr. Jubcl Hook's family. Mr. Morris Eskridgo and wife and Mr. John P. Haswell and wife went to LouiB-vill- e Saturday. Mr. George II. Madden, representing the Manhattan Life Insurance Company was in the city a few days last week. Mrs. Eliza Morris, who was taken from here to the Hopkinsville asylum, died in that institution a few weeks Ago. If a new jail is built, some persons think it should bo put on the vacant lot up town, near the court-housMr. Charley Mattingly resigned his place, as magistrate and gave it up to Mr. lllack, who was elected Inst summer. Young Mr. Bruce, who went out to Texas with Hob Hoard last Christmas lias returned home. He didn't like the country. The railroad company are handling a large amount of freight at this ollice. The receipts for the last two months have been larger than usual. The proposition to build a new jail will come before the Court of Claims next Friday. McDonald Rros., of Louisville, want the contract. Mr. T. A. MeGill has moved out of the hotel and rented the brick house belonging to Mrs. Daniel. The hotel is now for sale or rent. Mr. Haynes, of Meade county, is expected here every day to begin the work A site of putting down the gas well. has been secured dow n below the mill near the turnpike. The Hardinsburg City Hall Company appeals to be in a straight for funds. The building is not yet .completed and there are several debts, unpaid which At a will amount to upwards of $000. meeting of the directors last week, it was thought best to mortgage the property if it could be done, and and secure money to pay it out of debt. Deputy Sheriff John Alexander has given up the idea of coming here to go into the hotel business. While he thinks he could make the business a success, his affairs at Burns are such that he cannot leave there. He and Mr. Severs who bought the old Hambleton house, want to sell or rent it to some reliable party. h Sheriff DeJernctto arrested Pate at (ilendeane Station, on the L. II. it W. last Saturday and took him to liouisville to appear before the 1'nited States Court on the charge of selling whiskey without license. It is reported here that whiskey has been peddled out pretty freely down at Glendeane for some time past, and the place has been one on the account of a very it. Whether Merridith is the only party guilty of violating the law is not known. The following application was made by W. V. McCracken & Co., to the Court of Claims, on Monday, the first day of the term, by 1). It. Murray, Esq., their attorney. It reads as follows, viz : e. Mer-riditboi.-tero- us day. Itev. G. C. Overstreet, Cloverport, was in town last week. Proctor K. Malin spent Sunday nnd Monday in Louisville. Hon. G us. W. Biehnrdson is a candidate again for to the Legislature. Mrs. II. C. Rawlings spent the latter part of last week at Webstet, tho guest of Mrs. Annio Hcrndon. We had considerable rain last week, which made it very detrimental to tho farmers getting in their corn crop. Protracted meeting begins at tho M. E. Church Lot everybody turn out nnd take interest in the meeting. .Messrs. took GOODS , CWTHDK GLASS AND ! 0. II. Harrison and Phil O'Brien, Louisville, wore down one day Inst week looking after the salt plant. The Rock Gas Company will soon have another well finished. They are putting more gas in Louisville than ever before. Win. Sebastian sold a lino colt to A. W. Morcman last week for $240. Mr. Moreman is getting all the fine stock in this county. Mr. Thos. II. Ditto and Miss Rosa Moreman were united in matrimony at the bride's home, in Hardinsburg, Tuesday morning. Will Ileal arrived Sunday from the West to visit his sisters, Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Grinnel. It has been several years since he left here. The farmers arc busy getting in their corn. There is not a good yield and considerable damaged com. It is retailing at 49 cents per bushel. The teachers of the two private schools and the public school are universally complimented by both the pupils and parents on their manner of teaching. II. II. Ixuighridgc is here in the interest of the State, taking geological observations. Any one knowing of anything of interest he will be glad to hear of it- Mr. Henry Rawlings and wife (nee Miss Ilause) arrived home from Knnsas Citv, last week. They will spend the winter with their parents, Judge nnd Mrs. Raw-ling- several fine horses to the Ionisvillc market this week. Mr. R. B. Lcgrand, of Guston, is visiting our town. He reports business fino ' in tho new town. . Mr. Henry Peak, of near Flaherty, who died last week, was counted iiniong tho best citizeps of Hint end of the county. The farmers nay they can't mako three and a half cent pork on fifty cent corn. Corn is not as good as" reported in. this section. Old man Reuben Jones, of Tiptop, we understand is very sick, Mr. Jones was an old Sherifrof this county beforo the rebellion. The widow Mosslmrger, of near here Her wo learn is very low with fevers. son, Mr. Sam Mossbarger, a merchant at Stitliton, was to see her last Sunday. Mr. Meado Withers, of Texas, who left in tho fifties is back visiting his brothers nnd aged mother. Mr. Withers reports everything flourishing in the Lone Stni State. Miss Lizzie Montgomery, of New Albany, Ind., is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. P. Kintner. Miss Montgomery is n daughter of Captain Sam Montgomery, of steamboat fame, way back in the sixties. Constable O. J Hutchcrson, of near this place, has rented his farm out and Mr. is going to move to Garnettsville. Hutchereon wiisan old Mexican veteran with Governor Buckner. Mrs. Alice Chcnnult, of near here, has received a nice Sewing machine from tho Home and Farm, for making tho nearest guess of tho population of Kentucky' for 1800. OHI1TA QUEENSWARE! GROCERIES, TEAS, COFFEES,. &c. sM4$$&?1 Wm. Vest k Sons, . CL0VERP0ET, KY. s. Mr. Sanford Malin is the auctioneer J. W. Richardson's stock of goods. This house is closing out the stock of of To the County Isnj Court of llrcckmrithje County. A M ss curs Republican is said to have remarked before the election that if the State went Democratic he would leave it. Twitted afterwards by Democratic friends for not keeping his word, he replied: "Where in the h will I go? The whole world seems to have gone Democratic." If the continued assertions of the Courier-Journa- l cm be relied on he might go to Okla homa. That went Republican. Inte rior Journal. 1 (Jcui. hunting at this season of the year is ceitainly a very pleasant and onjovable bit of pastiurj, but when we road of such accidents as that which happened in Daviess county last week it makes one shudder at the thought of going to the Held with a gun. While two brothers, the report says, George and Abe Burnett, were out bird hunting, the former's gun, which he hud resting cocked in his elbow, went oil" and tho whole charge entered the face midbrain of his brother. anniversary of Tun seventy-seventAllen G. Thurman'H birth was celebrated at Columbus, Ohio, hist Thursday. The noted event brought together nt the home of the "old Roman" many prominent Democrats from all parts of the country. Among them was nt Cleveland, of New York ; Joseph E. McDonald, of Indiana; W. C. 1 Breckenridge, of Kentucky, and a nuin-lu- r of others. A number of speeches were made eulogizing Mr. Thunnan for tho great service he had rendered tho Democracy in fanner years, and tho good he had accomplished for it in genh The undersigned being the holders of of the tax district of this county, composed of the Hardinsburg Magisterial District, and a part of the Forks of Rough or McDaniels Magisterial District, call the attention of this body to the fact that no levy has been made, nor attempt made to collect taxes for the, purpose of providing for the interest due on said bonds, or to provide in part for tho principle when due, and calling attention to this fact, the undersigned, as the holders of said bonds, now request and demand of this body, to take such steps as may be necessary to levy and collect a tax upon the property, within the tax district for the purpose of paying installments of interest on such bonds and the principle when it shall become due, under and in accordance witli the 1 Ith section of the Chatter of the Louisville, Hardiushurg it Western Railway Company, approved February 24th, 1888. This November 17th, 1800.' W. V. McCracken it Co., By J. K. McCracken, Attorney in fact. the bonds semi-annu- eral. man who has practiced medicine for years, ought to know salt from sugar; read what he says: Toledo, 0., Jan. 10, 1887. Messrs. F. J. Chenoy it Co. Gentle men: I have been in the general practice of medicine for most dO years, and would say that in all my practice and experience have never seen a preparation that I could prescribe with as much confidence of success as I can Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by you." Have prescribed it a great many times and its effect is wonderful, and would say in conclusion that I have yet to find a case of Catatrh that it will not cure, if thoy would take It according to directions. Yours Truly, L. L. Gonsiuiu, M. I). Office, 215 Summit St. "Wo will give $100 for any case of Catarrli that can not be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken internally. F, J. Ciieskv A Co., Props., Toledo, 0. S6ySolil by Druggists, 7oe. A 10 goods in order to turn the property, it is reported, over to ono of our merchants. Mrs. Mary F. Helmstetter got $500 back pension a few days ago from the Government for services her husband rendered. It was certainly a lick in the right place for she was very much in need of it. Shacklett, Owen it Hardin have just received 3,000 apple trees'to finish setting their orchard of 100 acres. When they get done setting they will have over 200 acres in orchard, the largest fruit Jarm in the county. A. W. Moreman is enlarging his nice track to three quarters of a mile. It was only a half mile, and he did not have enough straight stretches in it to get any speed from his horses. He will have two stretches of twelve hundred yards each. Fred Yeagcr, Indiana, and Mrs. Ellen Dooley were married at the bride's residence last week. The groom presented her with $2,000 for a bridal present. Mr. Yeager is considered one of the wealthiest farmers in Harrison county. He lives in the bottom just opposite our town. Louisville Salt Works are overhauling all of their pans on account of leakage. The works were put up by contract and like most contract jobs it was badly put together. They have been at considerable exponso to start this manufacture, nnd now to have all this work to tear up again is somewhat discouraging. The managers seem determined to make a success. The reason why the people up hero tell us they take the News is because it is one of the best county papers in the State, and that our column is generally to the scratch of what isx going on. Our new Jailer says one article in his first copy gave him the valuo of his jiaper ($1.00) and that ho Ukes it better than any paper that he has ever taken. The News has many friends hero and we will endeavor to make more for her as time rolls on. The editor of the Meade County News says: "The ollice rs of this county are doing themselves an injustice by subscribing for tho BiiECKESitiDGK News, that they might want office again somo day and probably the polities of that county won't be so interesting to them." As one, our said last suinin r about good men running for office, "That it was hard to keep a good man out," so it is hard to keep tho Bkeckex-iiiimi- e News out of this section. They will take it. The boys had a lively time during the Court of Claims. They spent five days in eourt, and done themselves in many respects. credit Claims to tho amount of were allowed $),500. The officers wero allowed $500 each. They appointed a committeo to repair court house. S. J. Campbell was appointed poor liouso keeper. They levied a $:! poll tax and 20 cents por hundred on property. The treasurer, R. II. Nevitt, was authorized to cancel all bonds that he had money for on tho 1st of May. Before the year closes lie will be ablo to take in nil the bonds that are out. This'county is in a good financial condition, which speaks well for our magistrates for watching her condition and getting her in such shape. Dr. Drummond's Lightning Remedy for Rheumatism lias received the unqualified endorsement of tho medical faculty as being a safe and remarkably efficient preparation for the lelief and speedy cure of Rheumatism. Its work is so speedy and miraculous that is felt from tho .first dose, nnd ono benefit bottlo is warranted to euro any ordinary case. Sold by druggists. Prico $5, for large bottle, or sent by prepaid express en receipt of price by Druminond Medicine Co., 0 Maiden Lane, New York. 48-5- Our prophecy in last weeks pnper in GUSTON. regard to Democratic victories was about true. Tho wave rolled from Masachusetts Health of the commuity good. to Florida and from Pennsylvania to Mr. A. J. Thompson has had quite a California, and loft nothing of tho Resnug building erected over his stock publican Congress but Speaker Reed. srtdes. SAMPLE. Mr. I). F. Shain and family arrived hero last Wednesday from Nebraska. Mrs. A. Hunter is still very sick. Assessor Cashman was circulating in We have been informed that Mr. Shain has rented the Sing Brown farm nnd Sample, Thursday. AVe think there will be a wedding in will reside there the coming year. Sample soon, unless the wedding goes to Our popular tradesmen, A. J. Thomp Cannelton. son and C. II. .Mills, who aro ever ready Mr. John II. Hampden is building a to purchase any kind of stock most that new dwelling house on Main street. is for sale, shipped a good lot of hogs Sample has a streef car; if you don't last week. believe it just ask Mr. A. J. Bennett. Mr. J. C. Dowell, who has been atA small young lady, Miss Katio Loo tending the Xolin Presbytery of the C. Jolly, has come to live with Mr. and P. church, which convened at ProviMrs. James S. Jolly. dence, in LnRuc county, the first week Our young people spent a very plea- in this month, has returned home. lie sant evening at Mr. F. W. Basham's reports quite a plensant and encouraging Saturday, playing dominoes, authors and meeting of that body. He also had the sparks. pleasure of hearing Sister Woosley, tho Little Ivy McCoy is suffering from a well known lady evangelist, prench fall out of a stable loft, where she was twice. Ho will have one, if not both, of hunting a hen's nest. her sermons published. Mr. John B. Jolly went to Owensboro, Married, Wednesday evening, Nov. Sunday, to sec his little grandson, Yaseo 5th, at 0 o'clock, at the residence of T. Hardin, who is very sick witli typhoid G. CundilT, father of tho bride, Miss ' pneumonia. Willie Cundiff to Mr. A. M. Young, of Mr. T. B. Squires met witli a very Paynesville, this county. Itev. Judson serious accident a few days ago. A snare Willett ollieiated. Wo return thanks which lie wns setting, sprung, hurling a for the kind invitation extended to us, piece of tobacco stick against his face, nnd regret very much thnt wo were so badly bruising ono eye. situated that wc could not attend, hence The thiitl spelling-matc- h between the we cannot givo a list of tho presents Hazez Dell and Sample schools was held they repel ved nor by whom presented. here Friday evening. Can any ono tell Corporation Notice. This is intended who fairly won the victory ? There were to notify the citizens of this nnd surquite a number of visitors from othori rounding community thnt Len licit nnd schools present. Among them were Sidney Sherlock have entered into part Mr. Frank Claycomb, Raymond ; Miss nership, and that tho nature of their Mattie Adkisson, Bethel; and Mr. C. business will bo to lenso the lands of Pate and sister, Miss Jessie, of Bethel ; community for tho purpose of snnr-in- g Miss Emma Moscly, teacher at Poplar said for rabbits, opossums and such other Grovo; Miss Dee Bashnm, May, Maggie and Pearl Beauchamp, of Popular Grove; animals as aro likely to be ensnared. Mr. Eugeno McClarty, of Bowloyville. The rabbit market is brisk liero now, nnd really thero is no telling where this Mr. James . Stone. business will end. The members of the Constitutional Mr. Ryan Hunger has covered liis Convention and visitors at Frankfort now corn-crib- s with what ho calls a looking in upon their deliberations, are Wheeler roof. Ho says his reason for so so impressed witli tho magnificent powcalling it is because he got it through ers of this gentleman as a reader beforo tho Wheeler system' of trade, and got it public bodies that n movement is al- much cheaper than he could get it othready inaugurated to hnvo him chosen erwise. Reading Clerk of tho House of Well, everybody in this community at Washington by tho next aro not Wheelers, nor is it likply that Congress. all will ever bo such. But our little We delight always in Mr. Stone's pro- lodge, which numbers upwards of 50, is motion. Ho is our couutyman nnd a increasing rapidly, and tho energy most excellent man, and so worthy of among tho members is not slacking the positions which ho seeks that we are worth n cent. It is not to bo supposed anxious to aid him all in our power. that any cause or organization must Wo cannot go amiss in words of comhave no opposition in order for it not to mendation, and we follow both inclinabo a farco. Our Savior's mission in tho tion nnd duty when we say there is not world was certainly a good one, and a better man in every senso in tho coun- verily thero wero Theretry than James E. Stone for Reading fore this community is no more idiotic Clerk in Congress. than a great inhny others when it seems to have a few lovol heads that havo concluded thnt if tho producer, tho day laborer, tho mechanic, and persons of somo other occupations aro over liberated from tho oppressions that are upon Is a constitutional and not a local dUcan, and tlicrcforo It cannot bo cured by local them, it will have to come through a applications, n requires a constitutional channel of legislation enacted by a remedy like Hood's Sarsaparllla, which, class of mpn whoso interests nro more diworking through tho blood, eradicates tho rectly tho same as the classes heretofore Impurity which causes and promotes tho disease, and effect! a pormancnt cure. spoken of, than what tho interests of tho Thousands of pcoplo testify to tho success parties aro who are legislating for us toof Hood's Sarsaparllla as n remedy or day. Tho fact of tho business is, it is catarrh when ether preparations haJ failed. hardly reasonable to suppose thnt n Congress mndo up out of such men as our Congress is, mMlo of, nnd a United States Seunto made up almost out of millionaires, would guard our interests "I will say I Jiiyo been troubled for w-en- d in legislation or otherwise equal with years with that terribly dUagrecablo theirs. Whether they will or will not, disease, catarrh. I took Hood's Sarsaparllla with. the yery best results. It cured mo history of the past shows plainly that of that continual dropping In my throat, and they haven't, nnd tho man who "will stuffed up feeling. It has also helped lay y argue that they have well, ho mother, who has taken It for run down state of health nnd kidney trouble." Mas. S. D. mny not bo a fool, but ho is not far beHeath, rutnara, Conn. hind the man who is n fool. "I Iiavo lucd Hood's Sarsaparllla for caVlIEEI-EIt- . tarrh with ver .satisfactory results. I haro received mora pernunenlbcnefttfromltthia from any other remedy I have crcr tried." M. K. Head, of A. Head It Sou, TVauseon, O. Itepro-sentntivcB Anti-Christs. We will offer special inducements in r From now till after the Holidays. Our four and five in Antique Oak arc bargains larely seen in the Furniture trade. The line of Ladies' and Mises' Bed-stea- FURNITURE ! Roo;k:er That we will receive this week are handsome goods for (he holiday trade, being tho largest assortment of Chairs ever displayed in the city. We have an elegant Parlor Set in handsoice Plush Seat and Back with Walnut Frame. We offer a decided bargain in this suit. Our line of Undertakers Goods GrROCERlES Wc have just received new crop of N. O. Sugar, also a case of Is complete in every line, being equal to any city house, handsome casket is what we desire for our friends. Don't forget this is the place to buy your .t Alaroma Roasted Coffee Adveit'sement. ! This Coffee is roasted by a new process, giving an extra flavor, that no other coffee has. Look out for our B. F. Reard & Co. 9 Main Street, opposite Court House, HAEDINSBURG, KY. LODIBURG. Items of STKAYED. From my farm near Miller's atore on tho Hardinsburg and eitephenaport road, two yearling holferSjOno a pule rod, the other n deep red, wun a little wblte In its Hanks. Uoth unmarked. Will pay liberal reward fur any Information or return of the abovo calves. BAlliNEY SQUIRES, Hardinsburg, Ky. interest in this section aro CAtARRh scarce. Miss Bcttie Payne went to Cloverport hist week. Miss l)eo Bashani spent last Saturday in Stephensport. Mrs. Jane Hnrdin is visiting her son in Ow onshore. Miss Mary Bonuchanip visited friefnds in Stcphcnspoit last week. ' Mr. Asia Hardin has gone to Springfield, 111., in the interest of tho F, M. B. A. Tho Rev. Fallen, of tho M. E. church delivered a very ablo lecturo nt Walnut Grovo church last Friday night. An infant child of Mr. Aleck Hendry died lust Saturday and was interred at tho Burner graveyard Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Bruncr left last Saturday for Middleton, Ky., to spend tho winter with her son Huber, who is thero attending school. j One Dollar Weekly Buys a good Gold Watch by our Qlub System. Our 14 Knrat patent stiffened jjold cabes nro warranted for 20 years. Waltham or Elgin movement, reliable and well known. Stem wind Bet, hunting or open face, Lady's or Gent's size. Equal to any $75 AVatch. Wo sell one of these Watches for $28 cash, and send to any address by registered mail, or by Express C. 0. D., with privilege of ex-- , aminntion. Our Agent at Durham, N. C, writes: "Our jewelers have confemd they don't know ho)o ydu canfurnixh such work for the money." - TAKEN UP. . Taken up aa an aatray by Francli M. Dan. linm lltftnc turn nnil nnn.tiAlf tnllna niitS-n- .t nt llnlnn Rtnr. In nrenlcAnrlilcrift Antinlv Vv bt tho 4tb day of NoTcmber. 1890, one white tieer, aooiu i yenra mil, navwg ru on inaiue of eara, marked with an underhit in each ear and a split In the loft ear, and eunpoieit to wnlrvti lOflO hntinfljt. Iltlt llAvtfl!- - nft nf lllp mnrl and which f have npprulaed ut the value of . twenty. five dollars. Tbla November 4th, 1891. J. J Bivera, J. P. U. 0. CAtARRh Ono good reliable Agent wanted in each place. Write for particulars. Em emu AVatch Co., 18 & CO Maiden l.ane, New York. FARMERS FREE COLUMN. Two Aberdcon Hull calves, 550 lbs. for aalo, W. E. MINQK. Holt. Ky. to-da- Farm to Rent. A Bold by all drugeUU. Sarsaparilla l tix for fl. Prepared only CO.,ApothecrlefLoweU,MM Hood's When Baby was rick, we gate her Castoria. When bIio wm a Child, tho cried for Cantorla. When he became Mlu, she clung to Castoria. When khe bad Children, she tare them Castoria. bC.LIIOOD IOO Dosea One Dollar acres, situated one mile or HowADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ard Station, Hardin county, Ivy, 120 acres cleared, balanco in timber, about All persona Indebted to the estate of J. 0, 81) acrea now in meadow, the remainder to be to come cultivated In other cropa. Root, deceaaed, are hereby notified forward and settle Immediately. Parties holdImprovements, a huuseoffour rooms and ing claims against the estate are alao requesttwo porohca and barn, ed to bring them forward, properly proven fur Will tent fur 1,2 or 3 years. Possession settlement. given 1st of January, 1891. Apply to A. DITTO, Jr., SALE OF MILL, U0ILER, KN'OINE, 0. Long Branch, Ky, I will offer for 'ale to the highest bidder, on Saturday, December 13th, 18D0, nt 2 o'clock p. m., on the premlres near Union Star, a Saw Neuralgic Persona Terms cash or a And tlinf o troubled with nervousness resulting Mill, Holler and Engine. three months note with approved security. from envu or overwork will bo relieved by taking J, II. Lay, Administrator Jtniwn'.i oenulno J. 0. Root, Deceased. has tnulo murk mid crosu'd Hitters, wrapper. r til lines on river bottom farm of 127 on the L. St., L..V T. R. R fr Iron Jtotfri. Mill it .lnrtMt-Jhat- v & ft? , . ' .. .. . I I . , .,. " "w" "-- - T'miTinrfi (WWIWMMa IMM l 3 s, M 5 R; gyuWriG! s J. SslW W .WNJSES w. H( Both tho method and results when ' Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is plensnnt nnd refreshing to tho taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its Kind ever produced, pleasing to tlio tnsto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, ita many excellent qualities commend it to all and lmva mado it the most popular remedy known. Syrup ot Figs is for snlo in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading druggists. Any rcliallo drugpist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FHANCISC ), CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, 02VI2 EJJNTTOY Tl.t. John Allen Murray, Clorerport. Win. K. Barnes, JUrdinsburg. &, Attorneys atHjttw- Ilanllniburg nnd Cloverport, Kentucky. MURRAY BARNES, Attorney atKY.Law, CLOVEUl'OKT, gSTOlIlco with P. It. Murray near Post ollicc. R. Jf. MILLER, Mchnrdson's Hardware store. CLOVERPORT. KY. W. 8. TAYLOH. J. II. TAYLOR, J. C. HUSH, Office over Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, DRNTISTS Frcdcrica Street, O.Tlce In J. H. Taylor & Co., Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store . 0WENSB0R0, KY. Chas. Sattcrfleld has qualified as his deceased father's estate. Eight hundred dollars was paid into the city treasury yesterday for saloon license. Mrs. II. S. English and her beautiful Fannlo English little granddaughter, Iacy, of Robert's Bottom, spent several days in the city last week visiting friends. The moirfb'ers of Breckenridge Ixxlgo No. 01, K. of P., of this city, are requested to bo present at their Castle Hall next Monday night. Business of importance to every member. The meeting which has been jn progress at tho Baptist church for tho past two weeks closed last Friday night with Baptismal services were 17 additions. conducted in tho church. Tho Court of Claims yesterday ordered the county bridge Commissioner to come to this city for tho purpose of estimating tho cost of raising the iron bridge six feet, which will put it above high water mark. Pr. Paynter has moved into his own residence lately purchased of Mrs. Nancy Skillman. T. C. Tousey, who occupied the house, moved into tho Baldwin residence vacated by Pr. Paynter. Tho carpenters are all busy, tho bricklayers aro all busy, the plasterers aro all btuy, and tho painters are all busy. In fact, everybody is busy in this town except the man who don't advertise Tho Nkws sends congratulations to its old and much estqemed friend Mr. Thos. II. Pitto, of Brandenburg, and his handsome young bride nee Miss Rosa Moorman, of Hardinsburg. Their marriage occurred at Hardinsburg, yesterday at 8 o'clock a. m. in tho Baptist church. We send out from this city every week over fifteen hundred copies of the News. Now it does seem to us that if our merchants would mako judicious use of our advertising- columns they conld draw to this town n much larger trade than is 'coming to it. The stocks are hero and if tho prices aro rigid, and tho people know it, there is no reason why they shouldn't come here to buy. Wake up, gentlemen. Other towns are gathering in tho trade that rightly belongs to this city antf to you. It's not your money we want altogether ; we want to u prosper and do a good business. ro offer you tho medium through winch, if you use it judiciously, largo returns will be brought you. Try it before it is everlastingly too late. see-yo- J Commendable. All claims not consistent with tho high character of Syrup of Figs are purposely avoided by tho Cal. Fig Syruy Company. Itacts gently on the kidnoy, liver and bowels, cleaning tho system effectually, and makes no but it is not a cure-al- l pretensesions that every bottle will not Dr. W. B. Paynter, Physician and Surgeon Fisher's Drug Store CLOVEUPOKT, KY. A Merry Party at Falls of Eough. For tho past few weeks a merry party of young ladies and gentlemen from Louisville havo been holding high carnival in Mr. and Mrs. Green's palatial home near.tho Falls, and as one of that party I can heartily say that never was thero n more congenial and happy crowd of young people assembled together, who were more royally and regally entertained than wo were. Mr. Green has one of the finest libraries we have ever seen, and in this room are to bo found somo rare nnd wonderful curiosities. Pemnrcly leaning against tho wall, in ono corner of the room, is an old flint-loc- k gun. This gun was brought over from England by ono of Mrs. Green's ancestors, Robert Wilmot, who was acting as secretary to Ixird Baltimore. Also many rare mementoes that had been given to Mr. Willis Green, while in Congress, by his friends, Henry Clay, John J. Crittenden and John Quincy Adams. But tho curios which most charmed tho ladies were somo dainty scarfs that Mrs. Green had made from somo material over 87 years old. They were made from one of many linen sheets which had been given to Mrs. Willis Green as part of her wedding outfit. Tho sheets were mado from flax raised ami spun by tho slaves of her mother, Mrs. Allen, in her homo near Lexington, Ky. Also the wedding dress of her grandmothci, Mrs. Joel Scott. This dress is.of satin, and is over 100 years old. It is made in tho then reigning stylo of short waist, full sleeves and scant skirts. On Hallow E'en tho sitting-roowith its quaint, was ono bower of beauty, with autumn boughs of sumac, maplo and beech artistically arranged upon the walls, while from tho, chandelier in tho center of the room swung, of course, "the happy mistletoe bough" i. e., tho mistletoe that is so often destined to make somo ono happy. Under tho soft, mellow light of the many candles, the young ladies in their quaint, and unique costumes w.ero truly fair reproductions of that beauty which graced tho drawing-room- s in "yo colonial days." One of the young ladies completely carried off tho palm in target shooting, striking the center of tho target nine times out of ton. But, alas I how quickly speeds tho time that only treads on flowers ! When cruel fato demanded that m certain gentleman should leave this merry party to return to Louisville on business, on the long and needs be lonely ride to Caney-vill- o ho wittingly used this young lady's skill as the theme of the following sentimental ode : fire-plac- e, TTTi T T nTTT I T T TT T TTTT I Ml I I H I i'Ti TV? "J LLLLLjT A LITTLE BEHIND TIME, f" rom all nources Hut it will be certain to conic. Wo mean tho cold wave, and when it does como it will stay. Now is the time to buy your winter Suitor Overcoat or pair of Pants. Don't wait till tho snow is on tho ground ; don't put it off till you have taken a cold, but sec to it now. Como and sec our immense stock of seasonOur salesmen arc poable Clothing, all of our own manufacture. will take plcasuro in showing you through lite and attentive and the Btock, whether you come to buy or just to "look." Wo havo just mado up a lot of "nobby" Overcoats of stylish material; cut, made and trimmed liko high grade custom work, which we can sell at a very moderate price. Bo sure to sec' our goods and prices before you buy. Goods delivered to any part of the city. iUkml all Markets, atest patterns and styles ny on onr commodious shelved. I -- 'I tjnt we want their stay there to be brief, and we Unless call your qiiiuk attention to tlieni thoy may JULIUS WINTER ?"tay In longer than we want lliem. all these purchases and freshness "Old Reliable" Olotliiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. i i Newness objects have bten the " 17 arncstly sought for by our buyers. juch goods as thefe will give you from sorrow. BEWLEYVILLE. Why not build W. N. Prury vcclc n sidewalk this week? is attending court this STEPHENSPORT. Any amount of rain for the last week. The Sulzcr Boarding Car is stationed here now. Mr. Walter Mosclcy is home for a few jVirccasc suit. , "Dear sir," she salJ, "I'll show you A lad; fair cm learn to shoot." She took the rid) from iny band, Her Mr face glistened on the stock 0, skill I conld not understand! To applo'a core she sent the shot. Cried An npplo bung upon a bough, stood near In riding bow Dr. David White, Physician and Surgeon, PATESVILL?, KY. substantiate. Auditorium, Louisville, Ky., Week of November 24th. The Puff Comic Opera Company will make tho week of November 24th, Thanksgiving Week, a gala week, by scenic production tho giving with following great Gilbert and Sullivan Festival. Trial by Jury and Pinafore, Monday night November 24th. Trial by Jury and Pirates of Pcnzanco Monday Mikado Nov. and Tuesday (Thanksgiving Pay) Thursday afternoon and night, Nov. 27. Iolanthe, Friday, Saturday November 28th. Patience, afternoon nnd night, November 29th. Tho Puff Opera Company played in September an engagement of four weeks at tho Auditorium Chicago. Of tho performance of "Patience" tho Chicago Post speaks as follows : "In every way delightful was the performance of Gilbert and Sullivau's charming opera, 'Patience' nt tho Auditorium last night by tho Puff Opera Company. The audienco was a largo one and heartily enjoyed the artistic interpretation of this vivacious satire. Pretty wore tho costumes of tho lovo-sic- k maidens and happy tho stage setting. Tho chorus sang better than in any opera so far prea dash and virility sented. There-wa- s about tho representation that was highly satisfactory. Tho leading singers all merit warm commendation for tho exof cellence their work. William McLaughlin as Colonel Calverly, had another opportunity to display his flno artistic instincts. It was a clever as well as a robust interpretation of tho role. It may bo said of Mr. McLaughlin that ho has shown his ability to mako the most of every part thai lio takes, and to reach this end in tho most pleasing manner. Joseph Fay and Wallaco Macrery wore good as Major Murga-troyand Duko of Dunstable, respectively. Tho scene in tho second act where the three dragoons don tho costumes, of tho aesthete was decidedly amusing and excellently done. Pigby Bell mado his first appearance as Reginald Bunt-hornnnd it is not exaggerating his success ono bit to state that ho is bnc of tho best Bunthornes that Chicago" thca have over seen. Buntliorno is a fleshly fellow in spito of 'his lackadaisical manner, nnd Pigby Bell's unctuous manner is exactly suited to a character of this kind. Mr. Bell introduced somo original touches on his own account, imparting to his Buntliorno a Pigby-bollia- n flavor that was very agreeable. Ho is to bo congratulated on tho artistic success ho neheived on his initial night. For Laura Joyce Bell, naught but good words should bo written for her admirable impersonation of Lady Jane. It was a carefully rounded out portrayal of character of the most Buntliorno-afllicte- d of all the women. Sho sang the scoro well and acted tho part vigorously) with duo regard to morodolicatoshading. The prices are as follows: Scats d 23-2- 0. d trc-goc,1055-2580, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, LOCAL NOVEMBER 19, 1890 I, "Who taught you bow to shoot?" Quoth she, "You're very stupid." And I knew my maid In riding suit Had gotten her girt from Cuptd. BREVITIES. For quick she shot me In the heart, A bullet In each witching glance; Each smile an arrow's piercing dart, Each sigh a wounding glanoe. Mr. II. C. Boyd is in tho city. Pure crab cider at P. S. Boll's. r Major J. T. Miller went to Louisvillo last week. Mr. Fred DjIIavon is in the city visiting his parents. M. Ilamman's house is in the hands of the plasterers. The persistent advertiser catches tho baigain-huuter. "Desist," cried I, ''1 feir your art." Quoth she, "You're very stupid; If you would pierce a lady's heart, Qo learn to shoot from Cupid." ,f i& , Fresh buckwheat anil ryo Hour at It". E. Moorman's. W. C. Moorman, Glendeanc, was in the city yesterday. If you aro in need of fine, fresh groceries, go to Boll's. Fresh groceries at rock bottom prices at It. E. Moorman's. Mr. It. N. Miller returned home from New Albany Monday. Oranges, bananas and lemons, fresh from tho market at Bell's. Call ami prico groceries ;at Moorman's ' before buying elsowhere. Mayor Pierce went to Hardinsburg yesterday on legal business. Mias Bernice Lay, of Stephensport, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Paubnan. It. E. Moorman will furnish you anything you want in the eating line. Every variety of California and Domestic canned goods at It. E. Moorman's. You can buy preserves and 'jellies at Moorman's chenpsr than you can mako If it should.bo the happy good fortune of any of this party to revisit tho Falls at Christmas, ho would then find the stone ditm across tho river, the two now saw-milwith their stono foundations completed, as Mr. Green hopes ere then to have all in perfect running order. The Falls certainly have a most brilliant future boforo them. W. X. ls A Smart Man Will not hobble around on crutches when ho can euro his Rheumatism with ono bottle of Pr. Prummond's Lightning Remedy, costing only $5, but worth $100. Enterprising druggists koep it, or it will bo sent to any address on receipt of prico by tho Prumraond Medicine Co., 48-5-0 Maiden Lane, Now York. To His Honor Will Miller. of Preston At a regular meeting Lodge No. 4,505, it was resolved that our Constitutional Pelegato William Miller, bo instructed to uso his influence and vote to abolish the Circuit Court, and havo said business transacted by a County Judge, said county judge to hold court each month as many days as is necessary to transact tho business, and also hold tho usualounty Court as now. Jlemhed, that all officials bo salaried and that all fees to the samo bo abolished. Resolved, that the office of County Superintendent of Schools bo abolished, and said business bo transacted by tho Coun- days' visit. Mr. Henry Davis has been home from his work for a few days. F2 Mrs. L. T. Roberts, of Robert's Bottom, was in Louisvillo lust weCk. Mrs. Andrew Crawford and damditpr. Ida, have returned home from Louisville. Master Wilbur Brashear, of Hawes-villis visiting his aunt, Mrs. R. A. Brashear. Miss Florence Williams, of Evansville, Ind., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. Wndlington. Mr. J. W. .Tnrrett, wife and win, MasxrsDS ter G rover, spent last week in Cloverport, visiting. i Wo regret to hear of the great and deThey contain Pure QTJILL BONE, structive flames at Owensboro, and that and are tho strongest Whips made. so many lives were lost. Bo sure and get a "FEATHEItBONE." Mrs. Lizzie Paulman, of Cloverport, TOR SALC BY spent a day or two hero last week. Her neico, Bemico Lay, returned home with her. Office Building. HARDINSBURG, KY, Among the traveling men here last week were Messrs. E. Iliggins, John Creed, Chas. Babbage, Kasser and J. T. ! Hafiks. Housebreakers have been hard at work here for the last week, but have not succeeded in getting anything of J much value. Mrs. II. S. English, Robert's Bottom, You will find nnd her little granddaughter, Fannie Lee Lncy, spent several days in Cloverport last week. Mrs. Harvey P. Adams (nee Piillin), of Cloverport, and Miss Fannie Bell, of Owensboro, spent last Fridav with Miss 01 all kinds and Prices. Violet R. Miller. The steamer Blue Wing, from Green river, of which our old friend, R. T. Williams, is Captain, landed hero hist Teachers' Association. ANNOUNCEMENT. week on her way to Madison, Ind., for There will bo a Teachers' Association repairs. The Globe Roller Mill is now completo and Of Every Description. ready to do business for the public. Orders at the Chancellor School House, NovemMiascs Forrio Hardin, of Holt, and for anything In our line promptly filled and invited. Tho folber 22, 1800. All are custom work attended to on short notice. Nannie Murray, of Cloverport, spent the PUMPS, lowing program has been arranged for Come and tco us. day recently with Miss Sallie Davis, and tho occasion : HOOK, MILLER CROSS-CU- T SAIVS, also let mo add to the party Pr. GoldPrimary Reading .Miss Covio Anderson stein, of Hardinsburg, Ky. this port. Hygiene of the Teacher . . ..J. P. Beatty Mrs. Salllo E. Booth, of Helena, Ark., Miss Nola Clark Spelling GRATES, G.R. Harris who has been visiting Miss Pixie Per-rig- o MANTLES Methods .., for several months, was called L. Burdctt Rov. Moral Instruction homo this week by tho death of her NOON INTEItMISSIO.W cousin, Mrs. Lifian Lolunan. It will bo Miss Overton Agent for Henry Diston & Son, Primary Number quito n sad return homo for her, and wo Lessons. . .Miss Ella Anderson Language Saws. Belting, &c, &c. greatly regret that such has happened. English Grammar Analysis. . . . Iron Roofing for Sale or put on Out vain regrets are nought Henry Mathews When death Is wont to come, Psychology Attention. the building. Also you can get Toilet Articles, Tourists Outfits, And ask admittance to the soul, Miss Lama Anderson To tako and guide them homo anything made in the Tin, Copper Alonzo Chancellor Peclamation TOOTH BRUSHES, Though a stranger here, her friends and Sheet Iron line. Miscellaneous nnd family have our entiro sympathy. By order of Comniitto on program. ggfGuns and Pistols repaired. G. R. Haiiius. Services nt the M. E. church, Thanksgiving. The Cash Store paid 25 cents for eggs Saturday. Mr. John Mcador was in Ixmisville Thursday. Little Mary Payne is quite ill with typhoid fever. S. P. Prury returned from tho city Friday evening. Mr. M. Jordan is visiting his brother, Mr. Joel Jordan. Pr. P. W. Foote made a Hying visit to the city last week. Mr. A. Bennett went to Louisvillo Wednesday morning. Mr. Eugene McCarty left Thursday for his homo in McKinney, Tex. Miss Georgia Blisset, of Rosetta, spent last week with Mm. W. J. Keath. Mrs. Ann Orendorff, of Louisville, is visiting her brother, Mr. Win. Cain, Sr. Mr. H. E. Rashani has sold his saddlery and shoe business to Mr. Eli Wilson. The Cash Store has on hand a lino lot of ladies' and np'sscs' shoes. Call and see them. Ky. legal test coal oil at the Cash this week, ten cents per gallon, better grades in proportion. Mrs. B. F. McCoy spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Meador, Rosetta. Mr. II. W. Prury bought Mr. II. E. Basham's interest in tho shop owned by Johnson & Baslmm. Mr. Philip Cain, who has been in Louisville under medical treatment for some time, returned home Saturday, being greatly improved. Pr. J. M. Walker, Messrs. Sanford McCoy, 11. E. Basham, W1. J. Piggott and Willis Hardin went down to Hardinsburg to attend court Monday. STTILiZ.EIFL'S CLOVERPORT, KY. c, WIHIIDPSI "WHIPSI WHIPS & Son, John P. Haswell ost Old Stand - By's HOUSE. Notice W. H. HERVEY STOVES on The Plumber and Natural Gas man has removed his shop to Pierce's Warehouse and can be fqund there from this date. the river front, HAftDWAHE FLUE TILING, $ OfalllCinds. OWEN DUS SPECTACLES, A Gold Fortuno & Mineral Company, will bo hold nt tho office of P. R. Murray, in r, Cloverport, on tho first Monday in 1800, for tho purpose of electing a board of directors. R. B. Pierco, President. Poc-ombe- Take Notice. meeting of tho stockholders, of The Machine Shops. Tho report that was circulating around town last week that the machine shops tho Combs, Hair Brushes, J. L. MILLER, CLOVERPORT, KY. them. Mrs. J. T. Owen and Miss T. Moorman loft yesterdav to visit relatives at Leitcb-flel" d. A Voice Prom the Executive Mansion. Mr. A. K. Hawkes Pear Sir: Tho tr I " It is a conspicuous fact that tho chants who advertise aro doing tho ness.. Mias merbusi- Fannie Boir, of Owensboro, who has been visiting Mrs. Harvey Adams,-returnehomo Saturday. If you want a good cigar, or a good pieco of chewing tobacco, call on P. S. Bull at Seifried's old stand. - Mrs. Marion Ryan, of Joirersonville, and Mrs. Williams, of Springfield, Ills., are tho guests of relatives in this city. Mrs. It. N, Hudson, of Louisville, after eevoral days' Visit to hor mother, Mrs. J. P. Gregory, returned homo Saturday.. Leading authorities say tho only pro-pway to treat catarrh is to take a constitutional remedy, like Hood'H Sarsana-rill. a. pantlscopic glasses you furnished mo somo timo since, gave excellent satisfaction. I havo tested them by use, nnd ty Judge, lletolved, that the office of Assessor bo must say they aro unequnlcd in clearabolished and said business bo transacted ness and brillancy by any that I have by the Justices of tho Peace in each dis- ever worn. Respectfully, John B. Gordon Governor of Stnto of Georgia. trict as now constituted. All eyes fitted nnd fit guaranteed by, llesolved, that tho offico of Constable bo abolished and that said business bo trans- G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. acted by tho Sheriff and his deputies. Jlesohed, that all salaries bo reduced at least 20 per cent. F. J, Bai:oi:r, President, S. J. Biusuxak, Secretary. AOtAI Bucklen's Arnica Salve. ar Very pretty stained glass windows aro being put in tho Baptist church, this city, at a cost of over" 300. They will add very much to tho beauty and comfort of that already liandsomo edifice. Now; let tho coupalo be flnished'and tho outside walls painted and wo will have a church building that any city might be proud of. 75 cents; 2581-300- 0, cents. For information and orders for tickets, address James B. Camp, Business Managor, P.JO. Box 03, Louisvillo Ky. Fon Rent. OJlico formerly by Dr. J. E. Brown, deceased. Tho best Balvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions,' nnd positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Prico 25 cents per money refunded. box For sale by G. W. Short, "Clover-por- t, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, 50 Ky. Bco Babbago's All-wo- Scarlet Shirts. i POWDER Absolutely Pure. of tartar baking powder. Highest of nil in leavening strength. U.S. Government Hqml, Aug. 17, 18S9. A cream occupied Are broken down from overwork or household cares JJrown'8 rebuilds tho system. ails digestion, removes cr cesa of bile. and cure maUrU. Qet the genuine. Many Persons Iron Bitters would bo removed to Henderson, was absurd on its face. It was gotten up either by an enemy of the town or somo ono that has an imaginary grievance against tho McCrackens. It was wholly without foundation, nud wo can't conceive how any ono with common sense could trump up such a story. Tho o shops aro here to stay. Even if tho McCrackens had a desire to remove them, which they havo not, thoy could not do it for the reason that their bond wouldn't allow them. It doesn't look much liko an effort was being mado to removo tho shops when now machinery is being constantly added,' now buildings being put up, nnd additions being made to thoso already up. Thoro is an order out now for two new machines that will cost over $5,000. New men are being put on and tho capacity of tho shops increased in every direction. Our people don't appreciate the amount of work that Is being done in these shops. They aro tho life of tlm town,,nndit is tho best day's work the town over did when sho secured them. Tho McCrackens aro fulfilling every promiso tlioy mado in regard to theso shops. It is nn injustico to them that such reports should bo given currency. Theso gentlemen aro doing n good work for this town. Thoy aro interested in its growth in its prosperity nnd in its general welfare. There is not a week passes but what men aro seen hero prospecting through no other influonco than that of theso mon. Thoy can do tho town much good if thoy aro properly encouraged, ovon by kind words nnd good treatment if nothing else. ma-chin- PRESCRIPTIONS 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. easier and more satisfactory to you as well as ourself 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. It is much WITT & MEADOR, :E3:a,xd.in.s"b,u.xg, IQsr.. . , New York Letter. (MtOM A Sl'HClAI. COHIIKSPONDKNT. Breckenridge News. The Tobacco Combine. "The tobacco farmers nnd the ft- HOW THE CITY IS FED. A;Great Fish Market Tho City Eats 800 Tons of Moat and Drinks 800,000 Gallons of Milk Daily An Arm Chair Restaurant Suggestions for Sight Seer3. The food supply of New York may bo erything was as quiet as sleep. The divided roughly into six classes, vis: only noise I heard w,as the chirping of a fish, meats, vegetable produce, butter little cricket who had been somehow and eggs, milk, and staple groceries. carried into tho whirling city in a load The headquarters for fish is the whole- of produce from the garden where he sale fish market on the East Kiver at the made his home. Poor, merry, melanfoot of Fulton street. Hundreds of tons choly fellow! I wonder what ho thinks of fish pass through this market, com- of the bricks and mortar, the boxes and y mercially, every day, and there is hanels, the rumbling din of tho carls, no other fish market in the world, thePclanging of the hoarse not even the famous llillinggate market shouts of the men I On a muddy, busy of London, that affords such a variety of day Chambers street is certainly a crick choice to the buyer. A recent number et's Inferno if any place ever is. As I reached the ferry the milk wagof tho Fishing Gazette contains the price-lih- t different varieties ons began to rattle up, and on the boat of of fish food for sale at this market. with me eight or ten filled with empty Thursday is the great day for tho fish cans went over. This trip across the dealers at this market, for they arc then river was the most charming of all my populasupplying the great experiences in investigating the various tion of the city with its Friday's sup- phases of a city's fowl supply. Tho plies. dark blue sky, the twinkling stars, the 1 visited this fish market the other dazzling electric lights, tho glowing red day with a representathe of The Chris- and yellow signal lanterns along the tian Union, to whoe courtesy I am in- shore and on the vessels, the brilliantly debted for the illustrations of my lettev, lighted ferryboats darting hero and prol-nblhorse-shoes, ware- forty-fiv- o fish-eatin- g IA s V r TIIK WIIOIHSAI. E FISH M UtKKT. torch-li- and found it mj full of interest that advise eery visitor to New York to put it down nit his list as one of "the sights." The slip at the river front of the market is filled with a tangled fleet of trim, schooner-rigge- d fishing smacks, from which men are carrying great baskets of fish ocr what look like pontoon bridges. These pontoons serve not only as ways s as to reach the vessels, but as well, through the openings of which great turtles may he seen lazily moing their flappers. There arc about eighteen or twenty dealers in the market, each ot whom has a doorway opening on to the water, through which the baskets are hoisted up from the pontoons by a rope and tackle. Many of the smaller kinds of fisli are shoveled into piles, and from the piles into various baskets and boxes and barrels, as one would shovel oal. The greatest care is taken to have the place clean and wholesome, and thi- - is not difficult to accomplish, as no fish ate dressed in this market ; they are all sold jitHt as they come front the water. Ice, of course, is used freely, and one of the prominent dealers with whom I talked, Horace K. Stillman, told me that the ice bill of a fishing smack for a single fishing trip is often as high as 1 fish-car- Meat, that is to say, beef, mutton, veal, and pork, constitutes, of course, the chief element of the food supply of NeW York. Statistics show that the daily consumption of butcher's meat in this city is about one pound for each living inhabitant. Sixteen hundred thousand pounds of meat is a good deal of meat to handle in the morning before breakfast, audit is no wonder that the mark-etme- n and retail butclu rs have to leave their beds pretty near midnight in order to do it. A large part of butcher's the wholesale meat traffic is in the hands of the great dressed-bee- f dealers, who buy the cattle in the West, slaughter it there, and ship the dressed meat in refrigerator cars to New York. Hut in the new West Washington Market, at the foot of (iansevoort stieit, rows and rows and rows of sheep, calves, and hogs and quarters of beef hanging up may be sci-ready for the morning buyers. I saw a coop of chickens sold the other morning while talking with J. II. n proI'errine, a duce commission merchant of West Washington Mark et, and their history as he r dated it throws a bright light on tho work involved in giving New York its breakfast or dinner. "Those chickens," said Mr. I'errine, "came in this morning about four o'clock, along with a lot of other stuff' from a country broker who bought them of some farmer or other. That man whom you saw just buying them of mo is a dealer in tho market, whose supply is exhausted. Ho has probably had an older from a retailer in the Polish .lew quarter on the Iyist Side; for is a holiday in the Jewish Church, and quantities of fowl will be used for sacrifice, and afterwards for food. This retailor will sell to tho housekeeper who cooks it. So you see those chickens go through the hands of four middlemen in getting from the producer to tho con sumer. This is a fair sample of tho machinery which is necessary in feeding Now Yoik. Tho supply of milk coining into Npw York nightly runs from 15,000 to 20,000 cans, or from uOO.OOOto 800,000 quarts. Tho arrival of tho two midnight milk traiiiHat tho Jersey City fetation of tho Krio Ituilroad is a sight worth seeing. Tho night I wont to sco this sight I walked along through Chambers street, tho quarter which in the daytime is nllvo with tho traffic in vegetable produce, grocerlei, butter, and eggs. Kv- well-know- specters, the t there like tions of all these varied lamps streaming like painted pennants on the water all this made n picture for a poet. Hut I soon got back to a lively interest in practical life when I reached the Krie station. There, backed against a covered platform over a quarter of a mile long, stood an array of vehicles c e wagons, trucks, and vans with three Iiones harnessed abreast. About nnd in a cheap restaurant in an isolated building near by were clustered a group of drivers eating their midnight meal. When the first of the two milk trains arrived, there began a clattering of cans which was an assurance to me that I should have my glass of milk for breakfast. The city business man's cup of coffee if he takes milk in it -- like his morning paper, represents a night of hard work. The milk trains start late in the afternoon as far West as Hinghaniton, collecting their lacteal loads as they travel toward New York. At midnight they deliver toUte wagons of the dealers the brimming forty-quaeans. These are taken to tho various places of business in the city, front which the morning milkman starts out on his regular route. In order that every one may have his milk by breakfast time, there is some lively scrambling done, particularly if the milk train is , late in reaching the city. The restaurants, hotels, and other which line the public eating-place- s streets of New York, tell at once a tale of food consumption that makes one w here it nil comes from. w onder The refleconc-hontwo-horsrt houses will bo by tho deal," is a part of tho language of a special from Cincinnati to tho Lexington Press announcing tho "almost perfected" condition of the Louisville-Cincinn- ati tobacco combine. Tito locality from which tho dispatch emanated gives something of suspicious appearance to tho prophecy that tho tobacco farmers are to bo benefitted with tho combine. There is n flavor of Front street nnd an aroma of tho tobacco breaks about it which gives color to the belief that the bettered condition of the tobacco farmer is more tho declaration of the combine than tho statement of a fact. Tho greater proportion of truth is to bo found in another portion of the dispatch where it is stated thnt: "Tito dealers will bo benefitted by tho high prices that will result. At least that is the expectation of tho parties concerned." Tho expectation is founded on fact, nnd tho necessary result will be that tho consumer suffers. It is the Abject of all trusts and combines to benefit themselves, nnd the public suffers thereby. Tito shullowncbs of the statement that tho object of the combino is to benefit the farmer as the warehouseman is benefitted, needs no demonstration. If it did it would bo found in previous statements that the combine would reduce tho heavy expenses of tho warehouseman to nn amount, in itself, according to a recent interview of Henry Feltman, Jr., in the Commonwealth, sufficient to authorize a four per cent, dividend, coupled with the statement in the Press that the benefit to the dealer will be found in the higher prices that will result. It is the dealer who, originating tho combine, soiight to reduce Uic expenses of the denier by means of tho combino, nnd having perfected it, announces, in addition, that ho will be benefitted, again, by tho consequent rise in prices. It is the dealer who is considered nnd concerned from the inception to tho completion of the combine. It is the dealer, and will be the combine, who stands between the planter nnd tho consumer, and witlt n majority of combine stock regulates and enforces higher rates to the consumer, nnd is enabled to dictate a market price to tho planter, who will bo jtowerless to prevent the will of the combine. Capital is compact. There will be twenty warehouses in the combine acting through one head. Thero nro two thousand planters, and when they go into the combine, they will go in as holders of small numbers of shares the sunt total of which will be less than the stock held by tho twenty warehousemen. The plnnters will be wise if they unite against tho Warehouse Trust. They will preserve their independence, have a potential voice in the control of the markets, and stand between tho warehouseman with his high prices and the public Covington Commonwealth. 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Superior to Castor Oil, m Paregoric or Karoo tip Syrnps. Children cry for Catoria. of Mothers hleas Castoria. Mil-llo- JEWELRY, GROCERIES, Musical Merchandise Provisions, Confections, Fruits A and Sewing Machines. REPAIRING SPECIALTY of all Kinds, Etc. GEO. W. SWEARINGEN, PncS. W. P. FflEDCr.lCh. CASH Caatoria cures Cnlle, Constipation ; "I recommend Castoria for children's complaints, as superior to any prescription Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation; GItss healthy Bleep ; also aids digestion ; known to me." II. A. Arciier, M. D., Without narcotic stupefaction. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y. Toe Ccntacr Compact, 77 Murray St, New York. JNIOM NATIONAL CAPITAL $500,000. Cor. Sixth and Main Sts., -- BASM KY. LOUISVILLE, DIRECTORS. T rtilke. W. T Grant, C G Sirater, John ('. Rnarh It W Wood F- -. ,1 IUc:l"m. V Otlrr. l.ajc W, Ilernhcim, V, V Dnimmnntl, John Dorrhoefer, Jiint I'. urd, llerry nl"n , ayi latere oa Time Deposits, negotiates Purchase and Sale ol Uondi. SJic.ta yu SURPLUS CtC.COD. r ,'Uu"n DR. ELLIOTT'S Medicated Food, A Grove'S'Tasteless Chill Tonic It is as pleasant to the taste as lemon The smallest infant will take it and never know it is medicine. Children cry for it. Never fails to cure. Chills once broken will not return. Tost you only half tho price of other Chill Tonics. No quinine needed. Ho purgativo needed. Contains no poison. Cheaper than syrup. Computing Interest. - Suro Curo for nit Diseases In I rk. An exchange gives tho following rulo for computing interest which, it sajs, is so simple nnd so true that every hanker, broker, merchant or cleik should paste it up for reference. Thero being no such thing as a fraction in it, there is scarcely any liability to err or mistake. By no other nritheineticnl process can the desired information be obtained by so few figures. Six per cent. Multiply nny given num. her of dollars by number of days of interest desired, sepcratc the right hand figure and divide by (JO; the result is the true interest on such sunt for such number of days at (J per cent. Eight per cent. Multiply nny given amount by the number of days upon which it is desired to ascertain tho interest, nnd divide by 43, nnd the result will bo the interest required. Ten per cent. Multiply tho Mime as above nnd divide by .'Ml, nnd the result will show the interest at 10 per cent. HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs i"1. tjaay-fc KH&'&?3.W,M, iuS w UwHjSm SBlWBTBSSSSSSSllllllHi'a flyvlnt jsaBBBBBysssssi t -- i Anting from Impurities of the Blood, and from Functional Derangements. A "DEAD SHOT OH WORMS, 'AHD A CERTAIN It purifies the . It "t"""i-i??-' m- -,. -- blood and removes at? malarial poison from the system. is as large as any dollar tonlo an' RETAILS FOR GO CENTS. quinine. A. H. Fisher, druggist, Cloverporr. Uenrd & Ueeler, druggirti, Hardinaburg J, W. Wett, general (tore, Preston Albion Jfc Co. goneral mdte., Sample POB S A Xj -E BY - r- PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. - 'K&WMfel! U 'iHsKLitisMsHLfiV .WAHRANTED , Coirbmtilli, Mim., Dec. It, 1868. PABU WlPKIWI Co l'tult, Tcon.t r.eo'1 me Ihrtt ttoxen of roar Grore'e Tute I ww pleucd with the lot from you Ice HUH Tonic. laJt topitner. The people wtre delighted with It. I bo were Xtr your Cblll Tonlo to eotne ehlHrtn 8. 0 Frank, general indie., Mattingly h. D. Addlaon, gcLeral mdte., Addison Jonas Lyon, diuggist, Cutter. Mattingly A-- ltuttcl, general indie., Layman. Moorman & Heeler, general mdte., Olondeane, W. X. Drury, general mte., llewleyvllle. Lydan, general mdte., Webster, Adkltton V. E, Pool X Co., general indse.. Constantino. & Miller, general indae., Jolly. Dland T. M. Mlmmo, drugs and gen. nidi?.. Cutter. A. U. Morris Son , genera mdie.,Dig Spring Win. Hill, gcuerisl .ndso., Garrett. M Pencil .t lthodes, general mdre., Rhodella. T. A. Millar, general indae., Stephen.pnrt, S. M. Ilanningcr. general mdto., West View. A. A. Kicbardton, general uid.e , Garfield. Walker Uoard, general mdse., Holt. h. flreen, general mdte., Falls of Itouch, H. II. Brathear, drugs Jc groceries, Irrington, w. li, ltfohardioD, Uranuenuurg. Simonton Jc Hale, general mdte,, I'ateavllle. i PsLTsl.-JisffB- llrc - pklenl ewmhj tod emaciated, bating had chronic for tytmitii put. one of them for a year, and within; three week! after beilnaloc with the Chill Tonic ihcj were hale aod heart, with red and roj cbJwka u acted Ilia a ehrm. w smsox, M. D. iv. chlUi XOI 9ALB UY wJkAmm sUW Wat" LA jES jE3 sjra, CLOVERPORT, KY. Wedding Anniversaries. Somebody gives out tho following as a correct list of wedding anniversaries: Three days, sugar; 00 days, vinegar; A QUICK first anniversary, iron ; 5th anniversary, I.U.NCII. wooden; 10th anniversary, tin; 15th anartist shows the corner of a unique nnd niversary, crystal; 20th anniversary, in ono of the big popular lunch-roochina; 2oth anniversary, silver; 30th Printing-Hous- o buildings near Square. anniversary, cotton; 35th anniversary, A counter runs part way along ono side linen; 10th anniversary, woolen; 15th of tho narrow room, on which are placed anniversary, silk; 60th anniversary, in tempting array tho supplies of band-golden ; 75th anniversary, diamond. d eggs, cup custards, idles, gingerbread, etc., with two great nickel-plate- d The Pulpit and the Stage. urns of steaming coffee. A row Nov. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United of d comfortable, Brethercn Church, Bluo Mound, Kan., placed together, runs says: "I feel it my duty to tell what around the other three sides of tho wonders Dr. King's Now Discovery has room. Tho right-han- d arm of each dono for me. My Lungs were badly dischair broadens out into a sort of shelf eased, nnd my parishioners thought I about eight or ten inches wide, which I could live only a few weeks. I took ilvo serves as u table. In the middle of tho bottles of Dr. King's Now Discovery and day this place is filled ith business ant sound and well, gaining 20 lbs. in men nnd clerks, who get what tltoy want weight." at the counter and then seat themselves Arthur Love, Manager of love's Funny comfortably in tho whoso broad arms very conveniently hold tho Folks Combination, writes: "After a thorough trial nnd convincing evidence, cups of coffee nnd plates of sandwiches. Tho theaters, museums, nnd churches I am confident that Dr. King's New Disfor Consumption beats 'em nil, are not tho only places of Jnterest to covery and cures when everything olso fails. visit in this big, throbbing metropolis. greatest kindness I can do my many If the visitor to Now York will make a Tho Such thousand friends is to urge them to tour of tho markets- - Fulton, Old Washtry it. Freo trial bottles at G. W. SliortV, ington, New Washington, and Ganso-voo- rt Clorcrport, Ky., and J. A. Witt's, and will dine in different restauKy. 1 tegular size 50c. and $1.00 rants of varying degrees of pretentiousness, i.o will get a picture of humanity "Stockings nro down. Como in and such as lie can hardly find in any other tako a look," is tho dubious sign on an Go to G. W. Short for "C. C. C. Certain way. uptown ludies' furnishing store. Phila- Cough Curo, It cures Coughs, Colds nm' A. F. Lawrence. delphia Ilccord. all Throat nnd I.ung Ti?nscH. w hard-boilecane-seatearm-chnlrs, arm-chairHar-dinsbur- g, If "C. C. C. Certain Cough Curo" is Epoch. Single Track Tho transition from long, lingering nnd not the host remedy you lmvo over used .painful sickness to robust health mnrks for Coughs nnd Colds your money will an epoch in tho lifo of tho individual, he refunded. Sold hy G. "V. Short. a rcinarkablo event is treasured in tho fir9 memory, and tho agency whereby tho ml Price, $17. good health has been attained is grato-full- y The Time to Marry. The Leather. Workmanship and Finish are ol blessed. Hence it is thnt so much A good story reaches usfroin tliosonio-wh- is heard in praise of Electric Bitters. So the VBKV" HE8T SAVE MONEY BY BUYINO DIRECT. region of Petaluna. many feel they owo their restoration to We can sell you Early last week all was going merrily health, to tho uso of tho Great Altemtivo up. from Harness at a very interesting wedding in tho and Tonic. ofIf you are troubled with any diseaso tho Kidnoys, Liver and up. Road Carta from town, until tho groom was called upon Stomach, of long or short standing, you SEND FOR OATALOQUE. to produco tho wedding ring. In vain will surely find relief by uso of Electric ho felt in liis trousers pocket for tho Bitters. Sold at BOc. and SI per hottlo nt A0ME HANUrAOTTJMNG 00.- missing triflo. Nothing could ho found G. W. Short's, Clovcrport, Ky., nnd J. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. A. "Witt's, Ilardinshtirg, Ky. except a hole, through which tho ring had evidently fallen into tho high hoot which is ullected hy young men of that country. Whnt was ho to do. "Tako rem your hoot ofT," said tho parson. Tho suspenso nnd silence were painful. Tho Some people agree with Tiik Sun's opinions organist at tho priest's bidding struck up abou'. men and things, and some people don't; a "voluntary." Tho young man sitting Furnituro in but everybody like to get hold of the newt-papremoved his hoot," (lie on tho altar-milwhloh it never dull and never afraid to endless variering was found.also a hole In tho stock- tpeak lit mind. ing, which led tho worthy divino to ream now Democrati know that for twenty yean Tim ty. mark: "Young man, it is timq you Sun has fought In tbo front line for Democrabaok at my old were married." l'all Mall Gazette. tic principle!, never wavering or weakening to the true interest! of tho party rjtand in lit loyalty and reIt may surprise somo fanners to ho in- It ttrvet with fearless Intelligence and diformed that a sheep can ho mado to sinterested vigor. At timet opinions have spectfully solicit reach live weight of over 400 pounds, differed nt to the beat meat s of accomplishing the patronage of yet such is tho fact. As high as 425 the common purpose j It is not Tin Sua 'a the public. pounds lias hecn reached by ari Oxford fault if It has teen futher into fhe millstone. Eighteen hundred and nlqty-on- e will be a ram nnd 300 pounds is not .considered .MpJtM. jn.n great year in American pilltirj, and everyunusual as an nvcrngo for. goipo choice body abould r ad The Sun.. flocks. Yet our sheep that reach tho Dally, per month,..,..,,. $0 0 mnrkcui seldom weigh over 125 pounds. Dally, per year, 8,00 -- Ex. Honest Goods. Fair Dealing. 2.00 funday, per year, Strap HARNESS. i m aW HsHaA nt '" vsam :?& at $6.00 $9.50 "S xm HERE WE ARE AGAIH ! 1891 I FURNITURE, UNDERTAKER, Ilonest Prices. JOHN D. BARRAGE, .j .,,.. ,,...,,8.00 Dally and Sunday, per year, 0,70 Dally and Sunday, per year, 1.00 Weekly Sun, one year, Addreai Tiik Sun, New York. If you want Queensware at reduced prices, call on