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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890121001_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Advertising Is the eear In the machine of a It cannot sell the store. eoods Itself It only delivers flic custoinci, as it tvcic ed Kx. THE BRECKENRIDGE CLOYERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER THE DOB By ABDENNE3 JONES-FOSTE- R. N 10, 1890. ws. as I tic tl.iy neir at hand win all person of any cnterpris mi; spirit will say with one voice, that there arc no prospects whatever for the one who Hoes not advertiser'!". II. Cahlll. -: VOL. XV. NO. 20. IRVINGTON i. Roller Mill. i k3 m ring came at the uoor nnd a tclegrapu messenger was admitted bearing a dispatch addressed to my aunt. Nervously sho received it, raggedly tearing it o'vu, as ono unused to the receipt of mcsiuiges. "Anything to pay?" asked my undo whilo Vera read over tho dispatch. "No, sir," replied tho lad. "There is no auswer. You may go," my aunt added. "Who is it from?' Ivan asked as tho boy departed. "Sara's mother." "From Pittsburg?" "Yes." "What nows?" ho earnestly inquired, noticing his wife's dangerous whiteness. "Sara is sick unto death!" Vera nervously mused. "Poor cousin! 1 must go to her at once. How sad!" she exclaimed, turning to me. "And you, Ccsca I do so much dread to leavo you. But Sam is so dear to me. I lovo her as a sister, and duty calls me to hor. But lot us hope that she will brave it, that I may soon hasten home. Your Undo Ivan will do all in the world for you whilo I am away." Before nightfall wo had been to the railway station and seen Aunt Vera safely started upon her journey. Tho train sped out, tho tears rushed into my eyes, and I felt myself buoyed homeward upon tho wave of desertion. And onco nlono I felt a reluctance in accepting even tho kind offices of Uncle Ivnn, wishing, all tho time, from tho Imttom of my crying heart that I might but cast ono glance into Olefs fond eyes. Then, thought I, would tho world havo little of her own to claim, for my dear Olef was all tho world to mo! CHAPTER II. A week had gono by before Ivan received a letter from Vera. In this she told him that her Cousin Sara was improving. But fancy our mutual discomfiture when, within tho next thrco days, another letter camo to Ivan, signed by Sara's mother, Esther, saying that Vera had suddenly been taken seriously ill with tho same malady that had prostrated Sara a typo of fever which the attending physician pronounced very malignant; and so reduced in strength had Vera already become that fatal results wero feared. An immediate consultation followed and it was agreed that Ivan's duty lay in a quick visit to his wife, an obligation that I insisted was his first sacred dobt. He quite readily agreed with me nnd by tho next train ho was bound for Copyright by American rre.i Association. I. CHAPTEfc Mini Complete Roller Process on Wheat and Corn. Daily capacity 75 barrels Flour and 300 bushels Corn Meal. mm We are in the midst of the best Wheat fields of Breckenridge and Meade counties, and have facilities foi turning out the highest grades of Flour and Meal. 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At times opinions have differed as to tbe best meal s of accomplishing the common purpose; it is not Tiik Sun's 'fault if it has seen futher Into fhe millstone. will lie a Eighteen hundred and ninty-ongreat year in American polities, and every' body should r.ad Tub Sun. $0.60 Dally, per month, 6,00 vDally, per year, 2.00 Sunday, per year, 8.00 Dally and Sunday, per year, 0.70 Dally and Sunday, per year , Weekly Sun, one year, ......1.00 Address Tur Sun, New York. e tYatlce the label oh your ace U ro,,r Mme expire paper and month. "2oiu charming you have nroicn!" Ccsca is my nanio Ccsca Melin. 1 was born nt Westerns, Sweden, not far from Stockholm, in 180. My father, Gref vo Carl Melin, was an officer of high rank in tho king's nnny. My mother, Grefvinna Carlotta Bertha, descended from 0110 of tho oldest families about Waxholm. Before I had arrived at tho importance of 10 years my parents died. Olef Olsen, tho only son of a barrister, was fianco to mo. Ho begged mo to stop longer at Westcras; but I had como into possession of tho 100,000 kronor left to mo by my father in his will, and being seized by a sudden desiro to seo tho world and all that is in it I uttered a cry of delight upon tho morning of tho 3d of June, 188, when I received a letter from America postmarked Now York, which upon opening I found had been jointly Ivan written by my Trolsky nnd ins wifo Vera, who .had gone from Croustadt, in Rus? ia, to the states two years previous. I had frequently been a visitor at their house nt Cronstadt, my undo and aunt both being natives of Stockholm. And being readers of tho Swedish nowspa-)?rIvan and Vera had como upon the announcement of my succession to my father's fortune .1 fact which seemed to highly impress them, for thoy congratulated mo upon it, at tho same time extending a pressing invitation to pay them an early visit, underscoring tho nssur-anr- o that I wonld bo most nlfectionately welcomed. Of ronreo I real this letter to Olef, who, now that my p:ir.nts wero gone, found no person sufficiently interested in mo to interposo easto objections to our suit of wooing. From tho very outset Olef seriously 'opposed r.ry unqlo and aunt's invitation. It wji but quite natural that he should, inasmuch fu wo wero betrothed, and tho dear, good lad wanted to possess ino wholly in p?rson. But i.i spito of OleFa protests my spirit bent itself t j my mind's selfishness; and early in August I departed from Scandinavia by o:o of t'.io Swedish lino of steamsliip3, arriving in Now York upon tho 23th day of tho month, and was most profusely weleonu'd by Ivan and Vera. 'How charming you have grown!" exclaimed my aunt, after tho balutations had ended. "But not half as charming as hor dot," cautiously whispered Ivan. "Sile:c?, idiot! Tno girl 'will hear you!" protested Vera, angrily.- - "Dear niece," sho continued anew, suddenly turning to im, "you won't mind Ivan's o now and then, and my little will you? Wo nro both so deeply interested in your welfare, you know, that wo find it hard enough to do for you. To our great disadvautago wo aro fat from being rich in worldly goods, and wo fear that however great may bo our attention it will not comparo with your surroundings at home." "My dear aunt nnd uncle," I replied, "it is not in tho quantity of our efforts, but in tho quality, that tho heart finds richest And although I noticed enjoyment." that Ivan wincod as I mado tho remark I paid no further attention to it at tho timo, but begging my aunt to show mo to my apartment I bado Ivan good night and wo left him. Arrivod at my room I kissed Vera, and as sho wont away I bolted my door, throw myself, oxhaustcd, in my traveling gown upon tho bed, buried my faco in my pillow, and in spito of myself, overcome by Olefs absenco and my great distauco from home, now that tho stimulating excitement of my voyngo was ended, I burst into tears, whilo between lay sobs my sorrowing heart again and again repeated Ivan's strange words, half as charming as hor dot!" Was I positively ugly, thon? I began to ruminagotho past. What if my dowry had been Olef d solo motivo for winning my hand after all? Was it his main reason for wishing me to stop in Sweden? Am I ugly? I repeated. To which Truth gavo rao but ono answer. My mirror had novcr turned from mo with disdain. What, then, did Ivan mean? Surfeited by them, lost in carious suspicions, I fell into a bothered sleop. Nor did I recover consciousness again until morning dawned, when rny oyes wore jarred open by a sound rapping at my door and a voico that softly asked: "Aro you nwako, Ccsca dear?" "Yes, Aunt Vera." "Breakfast is waiting for you, .my dear," sho replied in inviting tones. "Will you bo down soon?" "Right away, aunt," and I heard tho echo of her footsteps as she dosconded tho stnircaso. "How fresh you look! You must havo enjoyed a most quiet night of sleop," was Ivan's greeting, as I gnined my placo at tho table. I was asliamed to oxplain to them that I had not taken my clothes off during all of thoso hours; that my dreams had coined themselves into pages upon pages of horrors, and that, although I had hurriedly convincod mv-seby a brief glance in my glass that 1 did look comparatively fresh, I really could not quite make out why, after my wholo night of misery, I should not present tho appearance of a fright. The breakfast was progressing when a great-grcat-unc- lo s, tete-a-tctlf Pittsburg. Tho weary hours dragged on. By the second morning's post I received a brief note from Undo Ivan telling mo that poor Vera was rapidly sinking; in fact, tho family physician had given her up. Eminent meihcnl counsel had. been called in but their deliberation only went to confirm the opinion of tho family "s'med-ica- l adviser. What was my surprise and joy, how-oveupon tho third day after Ivan's departure when I received a letter postmarked Stockholm! I toro open the envelope as if expecting to discloso a gem of tho rarest worth. And, believo me, I did; for I read there tho name of my dear Olef! A naino sweeter to mo than nil tho wealth of nations. How I prized that letter! And to this day I cling to it as ono of tho choicest jewels in my diadem of maiden love! "You have but just set out on your voyage," Olef ran on, "as I begin to write you. No doubt this will reach the New World quite as soon as you do, fori direct it 'via England.' But do not make light of my haste, my anxiety to commune with you, I beg. When you went away you took my heart with you Oh. Cesca, why did we part? God gram that it may not bo for long. Had I but tho wings of a dovo I would follow you. My soul mourns. Do not stop long away. Do not lot tho glamour of life's new phase lead you to forgot mo. Sleep in my heart ns I Bleop in yonr's. Lot your faith wako with mino in the love jeweled morning of our meeting. Ever your betrothed, Olef." o Ho had written other words. I them. Thoy aro too sacred for publio reading. I at onco answered this letter, telling Olef all that had happoned, and went out to post it in timo to catch the first steamer. But I had no sooner returned to the houso than a messenger brought mo a dispatch. I opened it and read three words: "Vera is dead!" (Signed), "Ivan." r, pro-aorv- seems such n capital gooa reliow, ana 1 am heartily glad that you havo set your hearts ono upon tho other." I thanked him for his kind regard, although not without blushing a bit, I must confess. "And now," ho resumed, "let mo offer you a bit of ndvico. Olef is getting ready to enter tho profession of law, is he not?" "Ho has graduated and been admitted to the bar," I replied. "Quite to my notion, then. If I am not mistaken your dot, left to you by your father, Grefvo Molin, amounted to one hundred thousand kronor about twenty-eigh- t thousand dollars in American money." "Yes," was my answer, as his words, "Not half as charming as hor dot," uttered upon tho night of my arrival, flew back to my memory, nnd still I could not connect their meaning with tho present, because Ivan seemed so Interested in Olefs nnd my future. "Could your fortuno bo converted into ready mouoy?" ho bluntly asked. "It is invested in securities which might bo negotiated," I returned. "Very good. Of course you want to doublo your fortune. It would bo but quite natural that you should. Olef, be-ia barrister, can quite readily accomplish tho preliminaries for you. If you will write to him and instract him to fetch over well, say, twenty thousand dollars of that money, I, through my brokerago office, can invest it for you in Now York Stock Exchango listed se curities that will yield you 100 per cent, profit. In fact, I know of such an op portunity today. Do as I advise you and I will inuko your fortune doublo itself and givo Olef a permanent pluco as man-ago- r in my office. His legal learning will stand him in to great advantage and he will find twico tho amount of profit in stocks that ho would in tho law." Being only a woman of inexperience, I, of course, gave harbor to Ivan's advice. Twenty thousand invested would yield mo an additional twenty thousand besides giviug Olef a start in life! How happy wo could bo upon our little fortune. And so by tho outgoing steamer 1 sent Olef a letter, instructing him to carry out Ivan's suggestion. I must mention hero that for n fortnight past I had experienced tho strangest sensations 11 feeling of langor stealing upon me and spells of morning dreariness. At times my limbs would seem stiff, almost dead. My back uched lily. Twico I recall having and I felt stumbled ivor tho floor when thoso dizzy waves Bwayed my head. I looked at my bkin. It was growing parched, colorless, lifeless! I could not make it out. My exercise and habits wero regular. My mode of living was perfect. I took plenty of baths, fresh air and good, wholesome food; and yet I grew weaker day by day, almost tottering at times. It seriously affected my vocal powers; four or five notes dropped out of my register, top and bottom. I consulted the old housekeeper about it. We called in Ivan. At first ho suggested tho advice of a doctor, but finally concluded that tho cause might lie ia tho tin poisoning from certain imported fruits that I had been using a Swedish brand of preserves of which no member of tho family, except myself, had ever partaken. It happened that his surmises tallied with tho cause, for I did put aside the fruits, took certain remedies, including n powerful tonic, and within a few days my physical strength began to mend, my voico came back and tho roses rushed tc my checks once more, as if glad to meet old acquaintances, and I got 011 without tho least hint of my former failing. ng 111 an?" I .wkc.l, showing the Iv.ui. "II' mkv.it have mado It to reveal to you .mv '.'nipt that should ba made to open t.i" :," h suggested. hhi;ig 1 . .hat to jtosj to I ask for your patronage and propose to givo voti in return full value for SOLID TRUTHS! EVERY DOLLAR at theuia:-..- . I to.-- "D not li't your heart split upon t'.ie rooki'f til-- my fiiuil adieu. Brevity must be my parting message. O.ise to hope. My heart 1.1 lost to yon. "You will ask why I havo not kept my troth. I can but say that my lather's will, opened after his death, has , oil the envelope and read: Left at my store. Therefore I fall your attention to my new anil handsome line of Goods, consisting of FARM IMPLEMENTS I reversed my life, into which now shines the lx'am of a new love. "1 11:11 to i.v.'.v.y th' daughter of Lieut. TJodine Ol.KK Oi." ' :." (TO BE CONTINUED.) EMPIRE Elf LLS, OLD HICKORY WAGONS SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS, AVERY, MEIKLE & URA CLIPPER STEEL PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVELS, CHAPTER IV. mm hS,f u flflxmmk irTmfc i 'i x . in 1 Saturday and Sunday. (uite a number of people from this place attended the dedication of the Baptist church at Irvington last Sunday. Messrs. Harry Monroe and Percy Taylor, of Ilardinsburg, were in our midst Sunday evening. Come again, young men; we like to see lively boys in our town. Mr. Robert Pickcral has accepted a position in the Wheeler f tore. Mr. .Tames Bruner, our blacksmith, is doing irood work. The people will see that no whisky is sold in Garfield. Our asphalt mines are creating gieat excitement, and new discoveries are being made. Miss Stella Bruner is visiting her Mrs. Eula Bruner. Mr. Frank Bandy died Dec. 4th, of typhoid fever. Rumor says that one of our young men iH going to bring one of Cloverport's fair sex to our town. Listen for the wedding b lis. The people of this community have repaired the Pleasant Grove church. They will have preaching once a month by Rev. George Morris. Master Roland Gregory, of Hardin county, is visiting his grandfather, Mr. D. R. M. Smith. Miss Sallie Smith is on the sick list this week. Mr. G. W. Beard and wife, of Hardins-bur-g, wero the guests of Mrs. Fannie Board hist Friday. The program of the literary society rendered here last Frii'ny night was highly entertaining. The general debate was quite spirited, and many good arguments produced on both sides of the question. The judges rendered their decision in favor of the affirmative. The subject for discussion next Friday night is, "Resolved, that whisky is more destructive to man than war." Mrs. Annie Norton, Mrs. Fannie Board hnd Clarence Board left Wednesday to visit relatives and friends in Owenshoro. Our school being taught this year by Mr. Win. Gregory, will be out Christmas Eve. Wo hate to part with our teacher, and wish him great success in his next school. sister-in-law, SHOP MADE SINGLE SHOVELS, And a full line of Plow and Machine repairs, Wagon Material, Iron o Our citizens say we will not have all kinds, Shingles, Doors, Sash and a full lincof Hardwure, Lime, Sal whisky sold in our town. and Cement, Brick and Tiling for Hues and drainage, lx)la Noitonand sister spent SunMiss day in town, the guests of Mrs. K11I11 AND Briuier. Water Drawers and Pump.. and pipe, and a full line of Tinware. Two new houses going up in town. Grass and Clover Seed of all kinds. Trunks, Buggies, TCoad Cults-Mr. (!. V. Beard gave quite an inter- Phaetons and Spring Wagons. esting lecture on temperance Thursday J. B. JONES' PURE RAW BONE MEAL. night. 8"Cash paid for Country Produce, such as Hides, Fealhers, Kggs, &v. Mr. Frank Bandy is very ill with My house is situated on St miliary Street, opposite Public Hall. fever. Everything new and good quality, and selected with the view of pleasMisses Nannie and Katie Board at- ing all, as I am working for trade my best endeavors will be to Save tended quarterly meeting in UurdiiiM-hurMoney for all who favor me with their patronage. GARFIELD. COOK HEATING STOVES , g J". IB. R. R. DE3IE3nsrSX-IE3-H- ", Farmers' Supply House, Hardixsiuiuj, Ky. Louisville. St. Louis & Texas Co. '"" ,- - StV""",r-f- c JiCVCMTY TIME SCHEDULE Kffcct Tiikinir At 5i00 o'clck A, H Vim 3STO. 17. 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Taking Uffect at 5.00 o'clock n. in. Sunday September 28, 1S00. K.ii-- t Hound Trains West Hound Trains TITily l7ill Iiilv e Daily Sun STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun. e Sun. A JOUHXAL Printers' Ink FOR ADVERTISERS. No. 5 No. 1 30 in 11 lftim l. 1142 715 11 737 7 45 llftSun 12 U"pni 755 8 28 8 52 1213 12 2.1 12 SI 12 47 1 -, 1015 10 20 10 41 910 J47 ft- Oarlield lliirned Junction llardliisliurc; Junction Kirk Jollv Olcnde.ine No. 2 No. 6 IrAlniftiiii Ar i)45im 5 4,'.p 0 12 8.V2 8 44 4 50 4 4 Hi 3i 837 8 28 8 lr 8 ft! 7 41 7 211 120 120 Hock. lie Hutli 4(H) 3 4S 3 23 3 00 2 20 1 1 4fi 1101 l:i ll20pm 148 2 00pm Askius Oaks Ar I'ordsxille l. 7 3) 29 712 0 57 ti 45.ur 12 48 12 24 12 00m THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AI.1 LINE. Pm'XC CHAPTER IU. "What must happen to mo now?" I meditated. "Hero in this strange city am I, unattended, unprotected! My conscience will not permit mo to step hero alone." A week went on, with no further tidings from my undo save 0110 lotter, it. which ho said that it had been decided to lay poor Vera at rest in Esther's family plot. Within ten days Ivan camo homo. Ho was attired out of severest respect for his departed wifo, and as I tried to con-sol- o him during our conversation tho tears rushed into his eyes and ho cried as if his heart would break. Endeavor as I might my words seemed to afford him no soothing. Upon tho following day and for a week longor ho steadily refused to go to his business office, declaring that lifo had lost all attraction for him now that poor Vera had gone. Tho season flew by. Olefs lotters camo nnd mlno went. I had entered a musical collego and arranged for a term of vocal instruction; and boforo I realized it May month w&i upon us. Nature had put on her warm, greon robes. Tho flowers nover smelled sweeter, tho leaves nover looked brighter and. but for the absenco of tho muslo of .Olefs dear volco tho warblo of tho bird notes would nover havo rung out in more delightful harmony. I had already begun to look for another letter from Olef. I remarked to Ivau thut it was quite timo. And I also told him thut upon receipt of that let-tI should return to Stockholm, having informed Olef to. that end. What was my surpriso when Ivan at onco began to wean me from tho notion of going homo! "Why, do you know," ho oxclaimed, "that I had fully mado up my mind to ask you to write Olef to pay us a visit that ho might bo enabled to go buck with yon? I like Olef very much. Ho or Jront of 1(8. Tho Thi'ngvalla, which was expected to arrive at tho end of tho following month, would havo given Olef timo to convert mv securities nnd reach New York. Just eighteen days after posting my lotter I received a cablegram dated nt Stockholm which told mo that Olefs father had died, nnd that a visit to tho States would bo impossible. This cablegram boro Olefs signaturo, nnd ns I read it my spirits fell beneath their load of. sorrow. I refused all offers of consolation, nnd in spito of tho fact that my musical examination was to occur the following Monday I resolved to return homo at once. 'I 'hardly think that I would loso your Mild, gentle, soothing and healing is opportunity to carry off flrst prizo if 1 Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. Only 50 wero in your placo," urged Ivan. "Bo-sid- cents ; by druggists. Olefs detention can bo but momentary." Lremnrked that it was strango that I had not received my regular weekly lotter from him. But Ivan 60on turned my course of tllonghts by saying that no doubt Olefs duties at home had crowded upon him so fast that he could find no timo to write, and especially while watching at tho bedsido of a dying father. And this argument, together with tho stimulating hope of winning tho prize, won ino oyer. "Bido your timo, Cesca," Ivan went on. "The next steamer may fetch good nows." waited a week, and in tho meantimo my sorrow had been somowhat assuaged by my receipt of tho first prize for vocal honors at tho institute Ono morning Ivan handed mo a letter postmarked Stockholm. It waa in Olefs handwriting and yet it did not 00111 tho Mine. I turned it over and vcr again, upside down and then held it between mo and tho light of tho sun. "Hero N a doublo cross mado with a pen uion tho lid of tho envelope. I wonder wluat ho could have intended One night aawc u'liiicrt a shadow fclltn It was Ben Johnson, wo believe, who, when asked Melloek's question, "Is life worth living ?" replied, "That depends on tho liver." And Ben Johnson doubt-lea- s saw tho doublo point to the pun. Tho liver active quick life rosy, everything bright, mountains of trouble melt liko mountains of snow. The liver sluggishlife dull, everything blue, mole hills of worry riso into mountains of anxiety, and ns 11 result sick headacho, dizziness, constipation: Two ways aro or relieve open. Cure permanently, temporarily. Take a pill and suffer, or take a pill and get well. Shock tho system by an overdose, or coax it by a mild, pleasant way. Dr. Picrco's Pleasant Pellets are the mild means. Thoy work effectively without pain, and leavo tho system pellet, strong. One, little, sugar-coate- d is enough, although a whole vial costs but 25 cents. (L. E. AST. I. II. R.) 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AND ALL POINTS West and Time-Car- d in Effect Dec, 16, 1888, 8:45 a. in. ..9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. Arr St. Louis 7:45 ' ...7:25 " 9:50 p.m Evansville 2:25 For farther Informstlon, call on or address, Lr. Louisvillo JOS S 0DI0RNE, (len'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. WJKtZW THE BEST 0k.aTOr CHEAPEST CONSIDERING WA V IsM' III A ssWiHrj SV MEDICINE CHILL CUFG. QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. LIVEH FOR MEN ONLY! of ErroriorExMiaeiinOldorYouDr. lUbail. ftll lUMIOOhrnllr Itttlortd. Hew torkltrvd M IMIITHO BOUt. BlrtlWWII,lMIIIIlllOPIIOOKUi ( la filllm IIOHH TKKiTBLM'-llciit- au ikultildr from 81.1c. lad a l.lllj to faralfa rulrlri. Writ Ikw. DttBCrlDtlta Uook. itUaaUaaa4 proof. Mtlld (ttiltd) lr HANHOOD' IFor LOSTorFAILIfla DEBILITY! and NEUV0US weakness or uony inaninil, tutcu MEDICIKE ASOWN IT WILL ALSO CUIOl BILIOUSNESS, DYSPEPSIA, AND CURONIO CONSTIPATION. C. C. MARTIN Clovorport, DRUGGIST NCXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE. Ulrrn ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO,, N. Y. Revival Meeting at Now Bethel of 15 days duClosed a meeting ration. Hod lfi conversions nnd 14 additions to tho church, 0110 by letter, 13 by experience, 12 of whom wero baptized ono vet awaits tho ordinance Tho "church was much revived, and I trust that much nnd lasting good has been done. I had tho assistance of Rev. II. B. White, who did most of tho iirpiichiiiL'. and bv his faithful and earn est presentation of God's won!, grently endeared himself to both cmireli nnti community, which was ovidenced by tho manner In which ho was remunerated for his services. The church also gladdened tho heart of their pastor by pre senting him with a nice new overcoat, a now gum coat, and many other nice prescnti) for his family. JosEi'it Diromxs, Pastor. 180O Nov. to-da- y '5, nm stop Toon coucu wnn Rnrftg Contrlis. Colds. Ky BANK OF HAEDINSBUEG Capital Stock $25,000. It. F. I1KAUD, President. WILL MII.LEH, M. II. DEAHD, Cashier. Horo consumptive patients la nil Tunced stages ; will euro whencura able, and rcllovoln the worst cases. Seo Croup, 'Whooplnff Cough, l.roncliltls, Incipient Consumption, nnd trill ro Hoarseness, that C. C. C. is blown In riYery bottle and tako uo other. Prioo 250a 0. W. DKAHD - M0P.UIS ESKIUDaU II. M. JOLLY. J INTEREST B - - DlrecUn. J. O. MENDENHALL & CO., IXDIAKA. EVA,VSVir.T.K. SOLD BV DBUaOIBTS QENERALLY. KcmoTO Corns, SOLE l'ROrillETORS, PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Warts & lltinlons with Q5 CERTAIN CORN CURE. Ots. a BOTTIiH. SOLD AND WARRANTED I1V Fine Christmas goods at Bahbage's. 9f.n r...mrJtourXl!Tlln.urworl, TJt.4JI awl buHvrablr,-b- r it lai V tlibtrMi.TottMr. cU.ai"! Infh.tr wiliWalilba.alirmw wjrUn.Au I ouaraudalaanMk. Lair tl.rot Iran. Va ftirnUh avrrylulnr. IVa Url tuii, Kd rUa. ran yoaa.Mrt Hi.au.uu, r all your llina to iba watk, Iblalatt .(illrvtjr ttaw k. JlnJ brluRa Hottd.irul aucc.M la trtry woikar. Jirclnit.ra ara taraliia rhini f ia to f 0 pr rk and vpwanlt , anil mora allrra Hltla atirl.nca. Wa ran farnl.b jran Iba am , rni.ui and Lath ru 1 ItklC Xu ar.lo .it.l.ln hara. fall nallua IS D n I II III III SI M Ul III fU I II III Villa m lull. 'I'KlJK.t CIS., 11IHST1, MIX. ..s , T1 -- JB? F " 'T f. t ', i ii -- J -- nopflY'f I(ljljl'll' , '- - TT"'-- ! u rBrrrJ "I i-w JSJJ rp-.m- r ? T'1 7pp! n.um ijrI'wi4 Vg-J""" .. ' w)gi j'1 it 'I w v m n"i iwwi),"' - - -- fmf V yV'ymf-.,- . i Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER to, 180O. VV. List of Claims Allowed by Brecken- ' Freeman, Green ridge County Court of Claims November Term, 1890. Coi'NTY 51 51 trustee for David "S 00 v JNO. D.BABBAQE State of Kkxtuckv, l . "" OF nilKCKENUIIHli: j The following is a correct statement of I... St. I. A: T. l.ocul Time Cnril. all sums allowed and appropriated by 10.05 a.m. tho Ureckenridgc County Court of Claims Mall and Express going Kast -- 11.07 a.m. West ' 5.58 p.m. at its November term, 1890, and payable " East Express 9 27 p.m. out of tho lovy of 1890, viz: ii West ii 11.19 a.m. " East Local Freight 1$., timber for cross .10.05 a.m. Allen, Jno. ii West lay on rond $ 5 00 Atwood, Taylor, keeping paupers. 892 02 at poor house Adkisson, Thos., salary as county 000 00 . judge A BIO FIRE AT BRANDENBURG. Same, extra service caused by It. 100 00 It. condemnation suits Several Storehouses and Stocks of Same, settling with County Supt 15 00 Goods Burned, With a Close Share Adkins, Jacob, chainman road case 1 00 for Howard's Hotel. Alexander, John, fees as deputy Six Pages. 4 Ahl, Win. attendance as justice Our town sustained quite a loss by fire eight days Saturday nijjht, to the regret of a num- Alexander, Oscar, shcrilT Augnnd ber of our busiuoKs men. The fire was Nov. election first discovered nlout 11 o'clock in the Itabbagc, J. D. publishing list of building occupied by 51. II. Fontaine, claims Ac who carried a stock of drugs and grocerMaker. Dr. J. T. medical attenies. It gained such a headway that tion to O T Karbee nothing was saved from his house. Every building from C. A. Coleman's gro- Heard, li. W. mdse. furnished the Rogers' children d cery to T. It. Howard's hotel was except the little shanty of the Same, trustee for II T (Jodsey ... K. keeping Geo (SeaMeade Xevs. The wind being from the ltasham, II. son in his last illness Kast was the only thing that kept every building on the opiosite side of the Heard, It. F. it Co. amount paid for work on road below Clo- street from going. There was no insurverport ance on any of the pioperty except about SS00 on M. II. Fontaine's stock of Same, amount paid for removing North Fork bridge goods. i(.c . Those who Iot by the lire were: ('. Same, account for road tools Same, mdse. for paupers at poor A. Coleman, butcher slum, besides dam. house age to property adjacent ; Win. SebasHeard, Taylor, trustee for Flisa- octian's and John Frakcs' store-roocupied by 51. II. Fontaine; L'ncle Billy Miller, tin shop, and 5Irs. (ieo. Hughes, brick building. 5Ir. Miller saved about everything on the first lloor of his shop, and C. A. Coleman everything from meat shop. 5Ir. II. C. Woodson had just moved about $",000 woith of furniture out of the Hughes property to his place of business now, or that would have likely gone or been damaged very seriously. .1. S. Ditto moved one day lnt week into the upper part of the Hughes house and saed but little of bis household goods. No one knows how the fire originated. The loss is very severe, as there was little insurance. 5L II. Fontaine carried a stock of ssJ.rjOU, with only S(X) insurance. He had just received a large supply of Christmas goods. None of the other parties carried any insurance cither on house or Mock. The only building remaining standing in that row was the small house occupied by the Meade County News. It seemed foi some time as if the only way to save the town would be to tear down this building, which is worth very little, and theieby save the adjacent property. The editor of the News was on the ground, however, and absolutely iefued to let this be done. oi Ohio, Cm of Toledo, ) s t.vi vs ( oi vn, Fiiank J. CiiKNh makes oath that he is the senior partner of the linn of F. .1. Cheney ,t Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforeM From our Special Correspondent. sherifr 91 50 24 00 5 00 55 04 5 00 ":t 05 14 75 50 00 I'.O 10 40 54 212 09 171 4S beth ilouchen Heard it Heeler, medicine lift 00 for pau- pers at poor house 5178 24 40 Same, mdse. for prisoners Hlain, Mike, trustee for Mariu Itoberts 59 70 Hrown, Thos. 5IcC. trustee for 50 00 Kliai Orendorfr. 18S:t ... Illack, Candor, work on Hull creek 27 40 bridge leavin,John F. work onOeohagen creek bridge 50 Hutler,J.)hn, boarding hands while I 40 lemoving North Fork bridge Itarker, 5Irs. Lucinda, nursing It. 29 00 Hollnnd in last sickness . . Hurch, Oscar, timber and nails for ." 00 culverts Hlair, John, one sign boa id 50 Hell, N. 1'. repairs on court-hous- e 2 50 ltasham, !, W. fees as constable . 7 20 Hallow, Marion, lumber and nails for culverts 38 50 H.iltles, I'. 51. wnik on Cloverpoit 2 50 bridge . . Same, sherill' Aug it Nov election 5 70 2 (X) Hrown, Is ac, cotlin for pauper Hoard, Milton, salary as county 1 Higgs, How attorney J. It. fees as deputy sheriff 500 00 4 00 1 ti: said, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONK Hl'NDUKI) DOLLAKS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Fkvxk J. CiiKMrv. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this (itb day of December, A.D. 188(i. . j. 1 A. . Kbi (ii.i:so, Xoturi Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the systems. Send fur testimonials free. F. J. ClII'.NEV & Co., I'rops., Toledo, O. BfSold by Druggists, 7.'c. BEWLEYVILLE. ; I Va 1 v, w Don't fail to eat supper with the gypises. 5Iiss Sue 51. lloanl is visiting the Misses Drury this week. .Mrs. Willa Harrison, Iouisvillc, is isiting 5Ir. and 5Irs. . N. Drury. .Mr. and 5Irs. Abe 5Iorris were in town last week. Mr. and 5Irs. It. 51. Jolly, Irvington, nt tended church here Sunday. W. II. Drury is in Louisville, this w eek. Miss Sarah Campbell, Irvington, is visiting the family of 5Ir. S. T. Jolly. Nathan Itoard, ltig Spring, was in town Sunday. The meeting at the 51. F. church is still in progress. 5Ir. Charlie 5Ioorman, of ltig Spring, attended church here Sunday. 5Ir. It. I,. Hardawiiy was in the city, hist week. 4 00 .per 5Irs. II. K. ltaslum left Thursday for Dillon, 1'at, wrenches,' etc., for 1 25 bridge n visit to 5Irs. bou J. Owen, Falls of Dovvell, Frank, trustee for Bertie Itough. Adkins :S0 00 5Iiss Carrie Owen leturned to her homo at Itfx'k I.ick, after a visit to Miss Dempster, Dr. It. T. trustee for Itobt. 5Ic5Innawny 21 .15 Itlanch Jolly. Driskell, Win. boarding hands superintendent Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ditto, Cuinlicilaml while moving North Fork Miller, John, viewer in road case .Mr. and .Mrs. J. 5np, Tenn., are visiting 1 00 bridge 5Iercer, Sylvester, chainman in II. Cox. Dovvell, Itiley, holding inquest 5 00 road caso A band of gypsies will form an enSame, uttendance as justice 10 51ayland, Ilcuben, same campment, and give a supper at the .10 00 days Moorman, D. C. attendance as Itnptist church Christmas week. De.Iernette, J. S. fees as iljpnty justice 10 days Look out for the. Christmas Goods at :w 50 Same, judge Augelection sherifr Itemein- - Drury, W. X. attendance as jus- the Cash Store next week. Miller, E. H. same .'!0 00 tico 10 days her the nice bargains in overcoats, also 5foormiin, II. P. clerk same the largest stock of men's and boys' caps. Driskell, Andrew, sherifr Augand ileador, Jolly, same Nov election Prices always nt tho bottom in selling Nov election 4 00 JIattingly, J. It. sheriff Aug and goods and top in buying all kinds of pro- Drone. K T judgo same 4 00 Nov election duce. Cash Store. Davis, John K X same 4 00 5Iiller, L. G. samo 2 00 Matthews, G. W. judge same. . . . Davison, Sam, judge Nov election Catarrh ljtkridge, Itoscoe, coffins for pau5IcCoy, W. T. jmjII tax erroneousIn tho head 8 50 pers ly paid year 1890 Is n constitutional 7 50 5fcGlothlan Bros., tools for roads Killer, J S lumber for culverts Disease, and requires Kskridge, 5Iorris, writingcontract A constitutional rented v McGJothlan, C. 51. A Co. samo. . 5 00 5IcCoy, II. II. trusteo for Joe for North Fork bridgo Like Hood's Snrsaparillii, Which purifies the blood, Kskridge, J It clerk Aug election. '' 00 Dent . 5Iakes tho weak strong, Kliler, 0 II Shcritr Aug and Nov 5IcGary, II. 51. attendance as jusRestores health. tice 10 days election 7 52 Try it now. 1 man, W. C. viewer in road case 00 . . Hrown, J. T. same 100 00 ltruner, Jell', same Iterry, Hen T. same 00 I 00 Hutler, Henry, suiiiu Heard, Clayton, judge Aug elect'n 2 00 Halt, Robert, Sheriff Aug and Nov election 5 70 Hrashear, It. II. clerk Nov election 2 00 Hennett, It. II. elerk Aug election 2 00 Hennett, It. II. clerk Aug election 2 00 Handy, W. II. judge Aug and Nov 4 00 election Hrown, John, same 4 00 Hennett, T. j. same 4 00 Hoard, Ahmed, clerk Nov election 2 00 Hlack, C. F. attendance as justice six days 18 00 Cornwell, C. L. for bridge across North Fork bidge 2,105 25 Same, for extra work on North (14 00 Fork bridge 7 08 Coleman, Jno. H. fees as constable Cannon, W. T. to pay for work on Itough river bridge 1,294 87 Same, 28 days as Coininissioner. 84 00 Carter,' Itiehard, work on Hull cr'k bridge 8 20 Crawford, James, Coin'i to repair bridge 40 00 .lame, judge Nov election . . . 2 00 Clark, Benedict, powder and fuse foi public road 25 Carman, Thos. one sign board . . 75 Cunningham, J. D. right of way for road 20 00 Castle, J. T. judge Aug and Nov t 00 election Cashman, It. T. same 4 00 Claycomb, Joe. same 4 00 Carman, W. 1. same 4 00 Cashman, Jas. L. sherilf same 0 24 Comer, John, same 0 50 Cannon, S. It. same . . . 0 40 Carw ile, Oeo. W. same 5 00 Cm wile, Win. 51. cleik Nov election 00 Dutschke, Julius, lumber for culverts 19 75 Davis, Itiehard 51. coffin for pan- - ... 1 1 ... Footo, Dr P W medical attention to 5Iary Albright and the widow Flowers Foote, Gerard, tools for public road Fella, C J repairing Cloverport andSkillman bridges Same, lumber for culverts Frymire, McII clerk Aug and Nov election Frymire, A G clerk Aug election Greenwood, E E repairing Bull Creek bridge Galfoway, John, lumber for North Fork bridge Graham, T II repairs at Fawcett bridge Gilbert, Sand, coffin for pauper... Gregory, I. G fees as deputy sheriff Goodman, Edgar, viewer in road cases Garner, Jno P same Gross, Abe, judge Aug and Nov election Galloway, J 1) clerk same Graham, W T fees in case of Commonwealth vs Jno Lnslic Ilendrick, Tice, conveying 3 paue pers to Hensley, J 11 tools for roads Ilinton, Win cofiin forpaupcr Hayes, Dr J K medical attention to paupers o comSame, services as missioner Hay nes, Jabez, trustee for Eliza Hrown Ilarned, Henry, drill, etc for road Same, 1 1 days as special com'r Same, services as bridge com'r Same, attending court as bridge com'r Same, judge Aug and Nov elections Hamman, 51 collins for paupers Howard, Dr Win medical attention to 11 Hlair Henderson, L K viewer in road case Harrington, Jas same Ilarned, Geo same 'Same, attendance as justice 10 days Same, clerk Nov election Heston, C 51 judge same Haswell, Frank, clerk same Hawkins, Caleb, judge Aug election Hardin, A 51 clerk same Holdeinan, Win judge same Haynes, James, sherilf Aug and Nov election Ilarned, KzraC clerk Augelection Hall, T B judge Aug and Nov election Harl, V C same Howard, D N clerk same Jolly, It 51 trustee for Kliza Orendorfr, 1S90 Same, lumber for culverts Jarboe, Win lumber forculverts... Jolly, J H removing drift from Falls of Sinking bridge Jarrett, J W 10 days as special .'. com'r Same, attendance as justice 10 days Johnson, J T viewer in road case Jennings, John, judge Aug and Nov election Jordan, T G same Jordan, W G same Keith, J K work on Cloverport bridge, etc Same, attendance as justice 10 days Same, judge Aug and Nov election Kincheloe, 51 L viewer in road cases Kennedy, John II. judgo Aug and Nov election Keith, W. W. same Keys, Jesse K. sheriff Aug election Lockard, Itobt. coffin for pauper locution, "W. S. putting in window lights and papering jail Laslie, Peter, lumber for culverts Lyddan, 51. trustee for two children Lewis, Jno. 51. repairing pump at court house Lew is, J. T. viewer in road caso. . 5Iiller, .1. I, coffins for paupers Mnttingly, Len & Son, lumber for culverts 5Ieador, Dr. J. W. medical attention to 5Irs. Jarrett 51attingly, C. II. holding inquest Same, attendance as justice 4 days 5Ioorman, Henry, timber forculverts Mnttingly, F. C, keeping Dick Holland in last sickness 5Iattingly, Leon'd, keeping 5Inry Tucker, a pauper, while sick 5Iillcr, Will, fees as county clerk Miller, Jake, work on Bull Creek bridge 5Iorris, George, repairing Dent bridge 5Ioorman, W. It. doctor bill, med icine, coffin and clothes for Sarah Dean 5Iatthews, Jas. repairing jail, etc. Monarch, J. K. fees as county clerk Same, surveyor in road caso Miller, Jas. W. services as county poor-housj)oor-hous- 70.00 1 " 0 02 18 24 4 00 2 00 20 25 5 05 5 40 4 00 14 00 5IcCoy, II. 5 70 Nov election 0 24 5IcCoy, Sandford.wmio ., Norton, Isaac, hauling timlier for 5 00 public road. 2 80 Same, sheriff Augelection Norton, E. 51. hauling timber for 4 50 public road Niinmo, Clem, right of way for "00 road Nottingham, G. P. attendance as 2700 justico 9 days 3 04 Nimmo, ZG sheriff Nov election Norris, W T judge Aug and Nov 4 00 election Oelzo, C E lumber for culverts. . . 10 47 Owen, Dr J T holding post mor1000 tem Oliver, Albert, chainman in road 1 00 case Owen, J L judge Aug and Nov B. sheriff Aug nnd HARD1NSBURG V. it. ItAISIIjlUi; OOIKO ..... WKST. DEPARTMENT. IMItnr L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. Passenger Dully nrr. Hr.lln!mrg 12:13 Mixed (ex. h'unJuy) arr. .. 7:56 " aoixn east, Pastenger Dully arr. HarJIniliurg.. 8:37 Mixed (ex. 8undj) arr. ..4:00 p.m. a. in. p.m. n.m. 2 00 1 00 4 00 4 00 1 00 Piggott, W J making repair on Louisville road Porter, J C fees as deputy sherifl' in commonwealth cases Pierce, R B fees as mayor in commonwealth cases Priest, F II coffin for pauper Pate, C B comm'r to lay off school election.... 4 00 CO 00 10 40 0 00 4 00 1 50 55 75 4 00 101 00 100 00 00 2 50 !t.'t 00 18!) 00 .TO of way for 10 00 road 0 00 Pendleton, W B holding inquest Parker, Giles, keeping public 12 00 privy in order Payne & Co., tools, etc., for roads 12 50 Pate, C L for stable erected on 38 00 jail lot 249 00 Same, account as jailer 2 00 Same, judge Nov election Preston, 5Iicajah, right of way for rond 1 district Payne, James, right 200 00 Parr, F G judge Aug nnd Nov 4 00 4 00 15 00 4 00 10 00 9 00 1 00 100 100 .'JO 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 0 24 2 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 election Parks, S J same Parr, J W clerk same Parks, J L sheriff Nov election . Qniggins, Joe, judge Aug and Nov election Reynolds, Reuben, work on Bull Creek bridge Ricketts, Jas B six sign boards Ray, 51 J viewer in road ense. ... Rhodes, FK attendance ns justice 8 days Ryan, Thos. judge Aug and Nov election Richardson, John, same Rhodes, Win E same Roff, Lewis, judge Nov election , . Roister, J C judge Aug election, . Sutton, Dr J C medical attention to Richard Hollnnd .. . Severe, J J trustee for Charlotte 4 00 2 80 4 00 3 50 4 25 1 00 24 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 2 00 2 00 10 50 Bruner 00 00 '!0 00 50 80 13 80 .1 00 20 00 SO 1 00 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 0 00 :;ooo 4 00 2 00 4 00 4 00 Same, attendance ns justice 8 days 24 00 Sulzer, J F repairs at Fawcett bridge 3 20 8 85 Same, nails, rope, for bridges ... 2 00 Snider, Jas timber for culvert 4 00 Stewart, II G cofiin for pauper Smith, Dr F 51 medical attention 3 00 to Grant Riley 98 05 Severs, D II fe-- s as sheriff Slaton, John, paper for walls of jail 325 210 75 Same, account as jailer 1 00 Squires, E viewer in road case 2 00 Shucklctt, It P clerk Aug election 2 00 Severs, J B clerk Nov election . . 2 00 Simmons, L C judge Nov. election Smart, W G elerk Augand Nov . 4 00 election 4 00 Scott, Alex A same 4 00 Smith, E B same 4 00 Springgate, II C judge same ... 1 00 Tobin, John, viewer in road case 8 70 Tinius, Chns lumber for culverts Walker, Dr JM medical attention 28 00 to D Claycomb Same, same to Geo Geason ... 37. CO Witt, J A medicine for paupers at poor-hous- e 21 40 Weatherholt, Jake, work on Bull creek bridgo Warren, J S repairing Yellow-ban- k bridge Wills, Chas cofiin for pauper. ... Williams, W W viewer in road caso AVilliamson, 75 5 CO 2 00 00 00 2 00 1 1 3 04 4 00 12 70 County court noxt Monday. 5Iiss Allele Smith is quite ill. Dr. J. K. Hayes returned from n visit to Russellvillc Saturday. 51r. John Slaton Is quite sick with pneumonia. 5Ir. B. F. Beard went to Imisville 5Ionday. Giles Parker has sued the "city of Ilardinsburg" on a claim of $21. 5Ir. Fletcher 5ferccr, of Constantino, was in the city 5Ionday. Thro is talk of a Christmas tree at the city hall. 5Ir. Win. Hensley is buying tobneco in this city. h Sheriff Severs says that he will be ready to pny tho interest on tho county bonds after Jnn. 1st. County Clerk 5Ionarch has appointed Mr. Henry B. 5Iinter Deputy Clerk near Big Spring. 5Irs. Fannie Itoard and 5Irs. Aaron Norton, of Garfield, are visiting in Owensboro. 5Ir. S. P. Drury has been appointed Constable in the Bewleyville district, vice J. B. Coleman, resigned. 5Ir. Frank Jolly has sent in his resignation as County Surveyor. His father will likely be appointed in his place. Burl Beard and Thurman Smith have a big contract for hnuling stnves out on tho railroad. 5Ir. August Dutschke, Union Sta , was in the city last Saturday. He is traveling for the Falls City Tobacco Warehouse. The gas man has not come up to his contract, and his time will be up Looks like he will have to forfeit tho job. 5Ir. It. Emmet Glasscock, sonof5Ir. George Glasscock, of 5IcDanieIs, has been licensed as a local preacher by the Quarterly Conference of the 51. E. church, South. 5Ir. Stuart DeJernettc moved his family here from Rock A'nlc last Saturday. Mr. DeJernetto is the man who succeeds 5Ir. Soversas Sheriff, and he will go into office the first of January. 5Irs. Frank Haswell gave a social par ty to a number of young folks in the city lost Friday evening, in honor of her sister, 5Iiss Jessie Schull, of Hartford, Ky., who has been visiting here for several weeks. There was quite a gay party present, and they enjoyed themselves hugely for 'the time being. Something less than 9,000 rabbits are being shipped weekly from tho little village of Garfield, on the L., II. & W. R. R. 5Ir. Abe Richardson has had a "rabid" old time of it out thero for the last week or so. 5IcCrackcn & Co. have had to furnish special cars to carry off the rabbits that were taken to Garfield for shipment. 5Ir. Richardson received word from Louisville dealers tho other day that for God's sake not to ship any more rabbits to them, but to send 'em further on, to New York and Boston market tho town was glutted. But this didn't interfero with 5Ir. Richardson's business, nnd he piles them into Louisville just the same. Everything out in that country, we understand, has gone into the rabbit business. Rabbits are hauled in by tho wagon load and dumped off on the railroad. 5Ien, women and children go out and kick up a rabbit from under every bush and bunch of grass in tho neighborhood, break his neck and send him to Garfield. A Railroad At 'Wni i - Wtv t J. (J .,. it'. A Knilroail meeting was held Oct. 14th, 1890, and the fol--lowing order wag made : Tho main depot of this road "- y w shall he established at AVm. Vest it Sons. The first station of this line shall be staplo and fancy goods. Free passes will ho issued for all stations along tho lino. There will be many stops on this road as it will pass through some noted places. Nothing can surpass Grocery Station, it would take two engines to pull the train through, for the stocks are so large and grand, nnd prices so low they would clog the wheels of the engine. S.hawl blanket and underwear junction is no small station on this road and is the best place for all who are cold to hop off. Along this line can be seen the great dress goods fields, such as never were seen before, every figure that is new from the looms will catch every one's eye as they pass. No place will attract young men like shirt, collar and tic station. This road runs through underwear mountain and comes down through dress goods tunnel. Tho greatest place of all. On cither side of this tunnel, hangs lovely velvets, ribbons, laces, braids and buckles. There is no danger on this road, as tho track is laid with the best line of black silk warp henrictta, and the crosstics are of the handsomest silk. The boot and shoe branch' of this line is perfectly immense. Everyis respectfully invited to call and examine this entire line. body i . Wm. Vest k Sons, CLOVERPORT, KY. Our department in this line is now ready. TOYS Toys M k Fancy floods ! ,. Which for immensity, variety and low prices has no equal this side of Louisville. This year we Will surpass all previous forts. ef- R J same 25 85 Witt, Jno "W clerk Aug electiou . C C clerk Aug and 15 00 Weymeth, Nov election Weatherford, Joshua, sheriff same 1 00 Yates, Lloyd, viewer in road caso 1 00 12 00 27 00 10 4 00 0 24 1 00 CAtARRh Is a constitutional and not a local disease, and therefore It cannot be cured by local applications. It requires a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, working through the blood, eradicates the Impurity which causes and promotes the disease, and effects a permanent cure. Thousands of people testify to the success of Ilood's Sarsaparilla as a remedy for catarrh when ether preparations had failed. CALL AND SEE US. J. P. HASWELL Attest: John E. JIonakch, Clerk By Wm. II. Bell, D. C. B. C. C. k SON 5 STATEMENT OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES. 00 LIABILITIES. Post - office Building, 0 00 12 00 0 00 11 00 1100 185 85 75 (14 Total amount of claims allowed at November term less $3,- 400.1 2, amount paid on North Fork bridge and bridge at Peter Cave, and credited in settlement with sheriff. . . . . Amount ordered to be paid to Breckenridge Bank Interest on same, (estimated) . Yellowbank bridge note duo IIARD1NSBURG, KY. SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. CAtARRh "I 7,320 47 250 00 7 50 toBFBcard Interest on samo to Jan 1, 1891 1,00000 11000 1,00000 11000 2,00000 220 00 Hxatii, rutnam, disease, catarrh. I took Ilood's Sarsaparilla with the very best results. It cured me of that continual dropping In my throat, and stuffed up feeling. It has also helped my mother, who lias taken It for run down state of health and kidney trouble." Una. S. D. I hare been troubled for aor-ryears with that terribly disagreeable will say al 87, 88, 89 and 1890, Ly the the years following named penons, nnd for the yeart designated, we will prooeed to sell for cmli In hand, on 0, nfKentueky, nnd Breckenridge county, for Ily virtue of taxei due the Commonwealth Monday, January Court-hous- 19, 1891, 75 2yrs One note duo Win and Jno Miller Interest on same to Jun 1 1891 "I liavo iifcd Ilood's Sarsaparilla for ca tarrh with very satisfactory results. I hare received more permanenlbcncntfromitthaa Conn. from any other remedy I have eTcr tried." M. E. Head, of A. Head & Son, Wauscon, O. 19 25 6 50 42 20 7 00 093 10 1 00 1 1 2yrs Two notes duo J T Skillman, $l,000each Interest on samo to Jan 1 1891 2yrs Two notes due A B Skillman as trustee for Fred Walters, $1,000 each Sarsaparilla Bolaby all drareUU. Jl ; ilxf or W. rrepared only by O. L HOOD CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Hue. Hood's Distinguished Men. IOO 2,00000 Doses Ono Dollar Ireland, of Texns; of Arkansas; S. D. of Louisiana ; E. B. Ex-Go- v. 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Interest on same to Jan 2 yrs One note" duo 1 1891 i 1 22000 30 2 2 2 2 Henry Moorman Interest on samo to Jan 1891 2 yrs Balance on note duo It F Beard Interest on samo to Jan 1 1891 2 yrs Governor John 500 00 Simon P. Hughes, McEncry, Governor 5500 Turner, Judgo IT. 404 84 40 80 ox-Lie- S. Court; Hubbard, Jlinister to Japan; JIarion Governor of Texns; W. Martin, of Arkansas; R. 51iller, 4 00 7 20 4 00 3 00 18 75 1 05 20 00 30 00 E. A. Berry, Governor of Florida ; AV. D. of Flordia ; John Bloxham, nESOUIICES. B. Gordon, Govornor of Georgia; Alex Amount in tho hands of D II Gregg, Bishop of the Episcopal Church Severs, as sherifl, as shown by settlement Nov 20, 1890411,38810 nnd Chancellor of tho University of tho South, and hundreds of other distin$ 3,010 51 guished men of tho United States in all Net indebtedness Tho county levy for tho year 1891 was professions nnd every department of laid at 10 cents on each $100 worth of ecionco have hail their sight restored by taxablo property and $3.00 on each tithe. tho uso of Hnwkcs' Crystal ized Lenses. Attest: All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by John' E. Monarch, Clerk B. C. C. G. AV. Short, Cloverport, Ky. By Wm. II. Bki.l, I). C. Total liabilities 15,304 07 At the the following described projurty, or a sufficient amount to satisfy the several amounts t ) (land) Bates, Jeremiah T., lor for particulars see Deed Dook X, page 484. Amount of tax and cost $20.25. an unFisher, Chas. A., for h interest, In what Is divided known as the Barney Fisher homo place, mile south of Cloverport. For particular? see Mortgage Dook No. 10, page 502. Amount of tax and cost, $11 II. Farmer, Sallle, for 1830 (land) listed In her name, but the title Is in the name of the hrirs of Miohael UrUkey, for further particulars see Commissioner's Deod Book No. 2, page 250. Amount of tax and cost, $5.30. 8, land Walker, Samuel B., for 1885-8- 6 For particulars see Deed Book Nq. 26, page Margarete 531, deed from Thos. Burdctto to A. Walker. Amount of tax nd cost, $27.91. 90, Mathews, Amerioa, for 1886 land, for particulars tee Deed Book'L. puge 187. Amount of tax and cost, $23,27. D. II. SKVEltS,8. B. C. 1. 8. 'We are now arranging a large list of property for sale for Taxes which will be advertised very soon. All persons owing taxes would save a great deal of costs and expense We have by settling the same Immediately. already given one notice that we wanted to settle up our business, which we are compelled So those not heeding there notices to do. must abide tli consequences, Respectfully, D, U.Savcfta, 8. D. 0. Jonic Amcxavdeb, D. S. J, 8. DxJkbmhkts, D. 8. L. O.OmooBT, D. 8, December 3d, 1890. e 1888-89-9- door, Id llardlniburp, Ky. 1 (i) ono-slxt- one-ha- lf 87-8- , IfflLftTBTIMPRDVEMErDS lEALERS CVERYWHIRC, Solo or Furniturc, Oarpit ano Hardwari OR WILL DC 1NT BY DlS nLiOEA83oTo8wiIPIR 0o' QnAN0 Rapidi M'om XT WANTED At Addison, a blaoksmlth with family. Shop and bouse all ready for occupansy, A rare for the right man. L. D. ADDISON, -- - .A Weakness. Malaria. Indlcestlou and Biliousness, take s ron the HI.OOD, mosr amowN-It cures quickly. For aale by all dealers In medicine, (let the genuine. bitters. i $ -- V Ton Rent. Oflico formerly by Dr, J. E. Brown, cleceaBcd. occupied THE A'NIMAL INDUSTRY. LIVE STOCK COLUMN WHICH TLE? PAY IfUSElr WILL .WED A KING. .N-j;r- WHAT THE LAST NATIONAL HORSC SHOW AMOUNTED TO. MnRiilllrriit Animals on Exhibition lit Hie New York Madison Squnre flardi-n- , with Prices of Admission "Awuy Up In 0"--A rIAT CIST, CH2EP OR CAT13 THE QUESTION. THE 1 I II1 IB I Lifl'IJYrLfIiB I B V Tluit It the Destiny of n Utile Girl VVho Is Living In Virginia. la .Loudon county, Va., not very fur from Washington, thcro is a girl who will sonio day contract an alliance with a IsiiiR. Her dresses on that occasion vrill not bo particularly splendid, and for that reason, perhaps, the cvcnt'hua not attracted tlio attention that such marriages usunlly do. The truth is that the girl is a ncgrcss, and the man she will marry is king of a tribo in Africa. She is at present being trained for her future position in African court circles, and is an in mat oof the family of tho Rev. John 8. Chester, a clergyman who soveral years ago Was a missionary to the west coast of Africa. His wlfo becamo very fond of a young African girl while she was there, and asked "permission that she return with them when they left tho Dark Continent. Her father, thinking tho missionary was joking, gavo his consent, but when the time camo for parting wanted to bo released from his promise. Chester still persisted in his request, nud Hnally, as no member of tho tribe is allowed under pain of death to break u promise, ho had to allow his daughter to depart. Tho child was given tho English name "of Nellio instead of tho unpronounceable one sho at first possessed, and although Chester already had children of hid own sho was treated as a member of the family. Sinco Nellio has been in tho United States she has mado great progress in her education, and now at tho ago of 15 is a model of scholarship and politeness. Sho can speak French and English well, and combines tho winning ways of an American girl with the politeness of a Parisian. Nellie looks much older than sho really is, and would bo eligiblo to marriugq,if sho were with her own tribe. SincCthoy camo hero the Chcstera have kept ip n 'correspondence with the parents of tho girl," Vhb have been delighted with the progress which they havo learned that sho is making under her instructors. About a month ago they received a letter from her father asking that sho bo returned to Africa, as the" king wished to claim his brido. The tribo of which sho 3 u member is a polygamous one, and Chester refused to do this unless tho girl was to bo the king's only queen. The king, who is charmed with the stories about Nellio, has promised to do :as asked, and it is likely that within a few months Nellio will le sent back to inpunt a throne in her native land. She has had several offers of marriago from negroes living near her homo, but sho has refused them all, and the king will find her heart whole and fancy free. African like, she does not caro much for sentiment, and seems perfectly content to wed n man many years her senior and whom she Jma not seen sinco sho was a very small child. Cor. Chicago Herald. Thouclit tile Anmor Was Personal. Among tho many odd objects in that department of tho Metropolitan Museum of Art which is especially devoted to American antiquities, is a curious looking head, about tho sizo of a man's fist, and surmounted with a tremendous mass of long black hair. The face, which very apparently is a human face, is almost as black and shining as polished ebony, and tho features aro considerably shriveled out of shape. The upper and lower lips aro pierced, and long cords, once white, but now considerably stained, pass through thorn and hold them closed together. The head is that of an Aztec supposed to have belonged to the anatomy of an Aztec princess and centuries ago it was reduced to this small size by seme means not now known. The interior of the head is empty not different in this regard from tho heads of some modern and living women. The brain and skull in some maimer were destroyed and removed, leaving only the dried flesh and skin. A young woman who had been looking at it long and intently asked the curator of the pallery many questions about it, and finally this one: ".Why do you suppose the woman's mouth was fastened shut in that way?" "1 am sure I do not know, madam, perhaps her friends were afraid she might keep on talking after she was dead." Tho woman walked away without a word, without oven thanking the man for his information. Now York Star.' mu-beu- Display for Millionaires. The sixth annual horse show of the associated horse breeders was tho first one held in tho new Madison Square Qnrden, Now York, in tho magnificent structure upon tho sito where tho humble old Madison square shed lias echoed bo often to tho neighing of steeds, from a child's Shetland pony to the bucking mustangs of Buffalo Dill. What did tho horso show show? It displayed first of all tho amount of money there is in this country. Tho ostensible purpose of the promoters of the show of American is tho improvement horses. Farmers nro moro directly interested in this improvement than any others, sinco it is tho fanners who rear s of all tho horses in the Union. But tho prices of admission were so high that it would tako almo3t a wagon load of farm produce to procure a good seat iu the amphitheatre. Tho lowest prico vas that for general admission. This entitled you to uo seatnt all, but to mere'y walk around an inclosnro, where ut any moment a frisky steed that felt particularly good might up with his heel and kick you into kingdom come. The lowest priced seats were n dollar and a half, and from that they ranged up to $7, tho prico for a box. What is moro. the seats for tho opening night were every one engaged beforehand. Wealthy people filled them. Splendidly dressed ladies wearing diamonds flashed through the boxes like bright winged birds. It was ull very grand, but the farmer was not there. Tho show was in the hands of a number of rich people, who exhibited horses worth in themselves half a dozen times as much as the horse raiser's whole farm. It was a display prepared to get money from rich people, and it was a success. Iu all 0."I horses were exhibited, magnificent animals, many of them. A New York paper thus mentions somo of them: There are certain horses which every one must sea. Mainbrino King, of the Village farm lot, is one. He is a most beautiful trotting horse to look at, either in motion or at case, and with him is who has won mo'o Prince Ref-'ntmoney this year on tho grand circuit than any other horso on it. From the same 'stable come Justina and Belle Hmlin, who hold the record for trotting in double harness. Then you want to look up Alcantara, the stallhave made ion of whose get twenty-fiv- e under 2:30; ..nil Young Highland Gray, another stallion, with four of his offspring, nnd tho big Clydesdale stallion Drumskeoch, who stands 10 J hands nnd weighs 1,800 pounds. Then there are J. D. Cheever's imported stallions, Realization and Helicon, which cost $12,000 and $8,000 to import: Dr. Seward Webb's magnificent string of fifty horses, Edward KellyV Greenland. A. J. Cassatt's Ben d'Or, aid the great jumpers, S. S. Howland'8 Ontario, Moorchouso & Pepper's Rosebery. and II. L. Herbert's Transport. There are over fifty entries in the hunter's claw, and twenty tandem entries and moro coaches than can bo put in the ring together. nine-tenth- Which N More Profitable. Ilcri mid Mill, or Mntteci mid Wool? How Much Cow Take from the Soil anil and Slu-oHow Mni'h Mich (IIvps to Man. OF THE III I Be sure and see it B SEASON -fl than beef Ah bearing ujon this subject Stewart calls attention to the fact that the sheep ij a kouico of doublo income-m- eat Can mutton I:j more cheaply produced nud wool. He refers, too, to the experiments of Sir J. B. Lawes, in reference to tho iK'rceiitage of food utilized or stored np by different animals, and theso experiments presented tho sheep in a very favorable light. Of the dry food consumed ho found that tho sheep stored up increased weight 13 per cent., while cattlo only laid up in increased weight 8 per cent.; that is, 8 pounds of dry food increased tho livo weight of cattlo. So thnt, relying upon theso experiments, Bliccp must be considered ns excellent utilizers of food, as producing us many pounds of mutton, besides the wool, from a given quantity of food, as n3 can bo produced of beef; and, as the best mutton brings ns high a prico ns the beef, it would appear on this basis tho sheep would glvotho ifleeco ns extrn profit over cattlo. If this is not too favorable a view, tho sheep on suitable lands must be considered among tho most profitable of farm stock. It is true tho dairy cow brings her profitable flow of milk to offset that of wool, but the dairy cow does not lay on flesh while producing milk as does thoeheop while producing wool. A fleece of five pounds of wool grown in n year requires only a daily growth h of an ounce, which can take of but a small portion of food to produce. Tho mineral matter taken from the soil by the fleece U only 1.0 ounces per year, and if six half mutton sheep represent a cow the whole mineral constituents taken by tho six fleeces would only be 0.0 ounces and about 1.0 pounds of nitrogen, while tho ordinary cow yielding 4,000 pound' of milk would tako 20 pounds of mineral matter or nsh and 2.i of nitrogen, or 43 times ns much mineral matter and IU times us much nitrogen ns tho fleeces of the sheep. Montana Live Stock Journal. one-fift- OUR HOLIDAY STOCK A Glimpse of For all kinds of Folks-Lit- tle At all kinds of Prices-Gre- at Fairy Land ! Appropriate Gifts - ! -- or Big ! or Small ! We are pleasing- them all i? ! A large stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles Gold Pens, Silverware, Tableware, Novelties Plush Goods, Bronze Goods, Cliinawarc, Glassware, Toys of all kinds, Dolls in endless variety, Fruits, Candies and Fancy Groceries. Our low prices-mak- e theso Beautiful Goods all bargains. we will allow every purchaser of One Dollar or over, to make a guess at the number sealed iu an envelope in our Show window, not over four figures will be used, the first person guessing In addition the right number or the one nearest to it will receive either a Ladies' or Gent's Gold Filled Watch or a Sewing Machine, as they may select. Envelope will be opened on January 1st, 1891, in the presence of reliable witnesses, and the guesses will be examined and the Gift awarded to the successful person. Be sure and remember the place at FA Itrul Meun Old Thins;. Of nil tht llrx-- tilt turkey cock Wah nHxtln on the lowest limb; Tlie ruiiuilfM fat almve lilm Ml Am), tiv milling. listened unto him. 3T- Stand ZD'HTTTTS CLOVERPORT, KY. - Double Store Boom, Old By's "Dear Klrl." said he. "I think I sea A nan k above us in the sky You coirie below and I will go Above to guard you or to die." With flapping wings the silly things Flew down upon the limbs below, While he, the knave. In accents brave, Declared that bo the first should go Willi good night xtp they fell asleep, Out soon awoke with frightful screech. As one by one the farmer's son Wrung every neck within his reach Of all the (lock the turkey cock, Aperch upon the highest limb. Alone was spared, who thus had snareJ Tin) silly hens to swap with him Washington Post. HOUSE. You will find Winter Henhouse. A correspondent of Tho Itnral.New Yorker gives the following illustration and description of a cheap winter hen house with which ho has hud excellent success: Almost any kind of n liouso will do for hens m warm weather, if they run at large, nnd the house is kept clennnnd A STOVES Ol all kinds and Prices. Mivlug Horses. HAEDWAEE FLUE TILING, D anou.ND PLAN, White Sow. Tho "little crooked nose Berkshire" is a general favorite among swino, particularly in the west. But there aro other breeds that havo their enthusiastic advocates, and one of these is the Chester White. Ono thing in favor of the Chester White pig is that it is an American hog. It originated in Chester county, Pa. It is of a mado up breed, composed of half a dozen other breeds perhaps more than that. Harris s: 3 the Chester White is admirably adapted to the kind of care most American l.irmers give their swine, which is a kind of left handed compli- Cht-iiti-- r free from lice: but in tho winter nt the north hens must have n warm houso to yield eggs, especially the Leghorns nnd similar breeds. Many farmers who havo no comfortable places for fowls in winter can have something like that shown in the picture, and by a trifling outlay secure eggs during the winter. The sides, where there is no hay, nro lined up with boards, nnd the space is filled with sawdust. Ono ndvnntago of such a liouso or room is that on warm days hens can be allowed to run and scratch on tho feed floor. I often see directions for building a shed attached to a hen houso under which the hens may go in mild weather, but in the north tho snow would blow into such a shed unless it was closed with some kind of doors. Hens delight to scratch in the chaff and hayseeds which collect on the barn floor. They CI1KSTEK WHITE. ' ... PI .i' . JV V- - tL i He Ilrake Into Jull. My father was sheriff of a county in Indiana for a good many years, and the jail he first took chargo of was a very . Tho jail proper was a humble one story addition of stono about twenty feet square, and the two windows were defended by heavy outside blinds in place of bars. One night, returning homo at a late hour, my father noticed a man working on the outsido of one of the windows. He had piled up a lot'of wood for a platfcrm and had broken into a blacksmith shpp to get a crowbar. Father kept back and let him work away, and by and by ho got the blind ojten and disappeared inside. There were no prisoners in tho jail, nnd the blind was softly closed and fastened with n prop. When this had been done father went inside, opened the door of the corridor, and thoro stood his man. lie looked around him iu a dreamy way, but got it through his head at last, and then he queried: "This is the county jail, isn't itr "It is." "And I have been fool enough to break into it?" "You have." "That's all. Lock me up till morning, and then let some jackass kick me to death!"; The fun pf it was that ho turned out to be a robber with a rownrd of $200 on his head, and when lie camo to trial he Klcctrlc Chimes. got a 'sentence of fifteen years. New A somewhat unique musical instruYork Sun. ment has just been introduced for advertising purposes, consisting of a set of Another Testimonial. chimes, which are worked by electrio "Is marriago n failure?" ity. They are carried through the "Well," responded Mrs. X thought- Btrcots on an electric tricycle, and have fully, "I think husbands nro nicer than a keyboard attached like that of an cats, but not bo nlco as pugs." Epoch. ordinary piano, so that most elaborate compositions can bo played by any ono Almost Distracted. sufficiently familiar with the piano or Ethel Dfd you get excited at tho fire? organ keyboard. Tho system of operaWhy, I actually tion is quite simple: attached to each of went out on to tho streot without awang-in- g the thirty bells which constitute the sot, and which aro hung on a rack above the my tie. Munsoy'a Weekly. keyboard, in an electro magnet. When Why lie railed. the keys uro struck they make a circuit Bibbs I wonder why my tailor failed! from n battery in the base to tho electro Flbba Pare politeness. Hia custom- tuagneta at the bells, which are thus ers wouldn't come down, so ho weat'up. Bounded. New York Commercial Advertiser. Toxaa Sittings. f nff-drChnpple-!-Towwiblyl ment. It is u largo, strong hog, of vigThe sows orous and luirdy constitution. are immensely prolific, producing sometimes seventeen pigs at a litter. Harris also recommends tho Chester White as one of the best crosses with the refined English "breeds, such ns the Essex, Berkshire and Yorkshire. Tho cross will produce prime animals, having the fiuo meat qualities of the English breeds and the strong constitution nnd size of tho Chester White. The Chester Whites are animals of quiet habits and quickly fattened. The illustration shows perhaps the best form of this breed. The specimen in the picture was 10 months old when she had her portrait taken. Market animals of this breed, farrowed in March or April, will weigh 200 to 240 pounds when slaughtered in November. This is exactly what is wanted in the hog business of these times early maturity nnd quick sales. When allowed to grow to their largest tizo and greatest fatness tho Chester Whites will reach a weight of from COO to 000 pounds. Onead vantage of tho Chesters is that they can be fed and fattened to kill when young ns well as to bo allowed to grow to maturity. And pno disadvantage mentioned by Harris is that the breed is not yet long enough established to always present unifoim points, 60 that tho breeder who buys ono of them must remember ho represents not a family bo much as himself, and ho may present points of his remote scrub ancestry, such ns largo lop ears, slab sides anda capacity for racing. - b IU crtoss REcnos. ent many seeds which might otherwise get into the manure and make trouble for the farmer. One great advantage in keeping hens Is that if rightly managed there will seldom bo a time when a flock will not bo ran!tlu, come addition to the farmer's inaoms. Lsnt year I sold from Oct. I. 1883, to Ojt. 1. 1830. ninoty-thre- o dollars' worth of egs and chickens from fifty-si- x henj, bori Jes using all we needeJ in tho f.imily and having over 100 fowls on hand on Oct. 1, 1830. Onuo more porrait U3 to remark: Keop cl&m. dry sheds for your hogs to retire to when the rain and snow trans- you rn rum bat amount. ntlojriimU,amMt tht N'oiiiQuar fur tnaunUaaauctrwruiaa Imh. KaillyaiHl quUklr juicy, if they have not already been re- Iranittl. I Urtlra tut on norkrr fruin Mill dUlHct utrnvnif I duced to India rubber in tho start by hT already Muftit an J ro third witli iiilmmn! larira vthnara niakhifotrr flMIMt a trartmh. It'iN'KW 4m NO MO. ruliNirl1euUnPICf:i: Adiliras at oiirt. some defective incubator process. i;. V, A1.IJ:, llux 4liO, Aiiuiiattt. Aluliiv. For some reason thoro was unusual shrinkage in,the;flecce3 of western wool ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. tho past season. Tho fleeces contained All persons Indebted to the estate of J. O. thoroughbred 'Bolero, more than the ordinary quantity of gum, Boot, doccaicd, aro hereby notified to come The recently bought by Philip Dwyer" for grease and sand, eastern buyers said. forward and settle Immediately. Parlies hold$33,000, brought tho second highest prico Two thousand fivo hundred dollars is ing claims against the estate are also requestever paid for a racing horso at nuctiouiiu a good prico to pay for a jack, yet thero ed to bring them forward, properly proven Tor Ainnricu. Tho horse King Thomas ws are soma in America that have been sold settlement. I form their stamping grounds into swamps that threaten to choke thorn with mud, uud when 'the icy blasts whistle uromid comers and 'penetrate even a hog's thick hide. Hogs that havo coml'ortr.Lto quarters do not requiroiso much feed. ham, living two and miles south. ras of Union Star, In Ilreckenridgo county, Ky., I'olnts of Interest. 4th of November, 1800, one white Palaco chicken caia aro the newest or theaboutdayyears old, having 4 steer, on inside thing out. Tens of thousands of fowls of ears, marked with an underbtt red each ear in shipped. In them from apd a split In the left ear, and supposed to have this fall been tho west, eastward nnd elsewhere. 'The weigh 1000 pounds, hut having no other marks cars of one Hyo poultry transportation And which 1 have appraised ut the value ol twenty. company contain 0,000 chickens each. This five dollars. November 4th, 1691. Upon tho car roofs nro tanks of water Severs, J. P. II. C. holding 750 gallons each, from .which A YE A It I uurif rth la Lritffr water is let down in troughs to tho fowls lrly tittrU1r tmu of ? Hlirr in the car. There is some humanity in ci, m bo ran read and Hrif,and who, lnnurtloii(w work Itiiluatriouiljr TLukand llullara this method of shipment, and the fowls Tear In tkrfr u Iw altiira. Ia earn lkrr IIw.I w alio furalih m ttthts oh ulluailon or arrive at their destination tender nnd li one-half The way to ascertain tho seeing powOf Every Description: ers of a hniTv is to aim a blow at the head when standing before him. It will be observed he will have borne difficulty PUMPS, in warding U and of judging of tho disG ROSS-CU- T SAWS, tance it is from him. Not so when you stand nt bin side. Shying is caused in most instances by imiieifect vision, although the generality of horsemen beMANTLES GRATES, lieve it is a trick or habit acquired from Idleness, nnd they lefer it to playfulness, Of Kinds. skittishness, etc. I am forced to believo from much Agent for Henry Diston & Son, practical uxperienca among young horses, ns well as those more advanced in years, Saws. Belting, &c, &c. that iu nineteen cases out of twenty the Iron Roofing for Sale or put on visunl organ has not tho power of perceiving things aright. There aro sev- the building. Also you can get eral causes in operation to produce shyanything made in the Tin, Copper ing. I have known many horses with narand Sheet Iron line. row and ilat foreheads, possessing small, ill shaped eyes, desperate and dangerous and Pistols repaired. shyers. The shape of tho cornea has jpJGuns 1 have found it not been convex, but more prominent at ono part than nt an L. other. They are wluit I have termed 1 have noCLOVERPORT, KY. them "angularly convex." ticed a similarly shaped eye in tho bovine race. I dnro aixy many persons have ftniir Unit fortunnhvr)fennndf t noticed that cows when driven along work fur tu, by Ami I'rr, Aulln, iTcut, nr Juo. Ilomi, Toledo, Ohio. the street shy a good deal, which may p mi, iMnrnnreuouiff wtii. nnr hot xu? 8omt turn orrr tUO.(KJ a bo accounted for by tho fact that they nintilli. Yon ran da ihs work and lfa I home, ttlitrrrrryoti are. Ern meet with objects they are unused to, iro ratiljr farnlnic from f I to flOailav Allure. Wm ihsw vnn hn nnd being .excited their visiou is less perHi tlma tri you, I in work In inar work-- r llifr monty for fect than when they are in a tranquil frI tin i line,unknown amonfthfra. I'atlnre KW tllll Vfktll1rAlt ! vtlolllan , state. IItox HMOritrtllinil.JMulu The horsea with ill shaped eyes and II. IIlllla.lt. foreheads .are the worst shyers I have ever met with. They generally 'shy at water mar.ks in tho. road, especially after dark. Thero are eyes which are prominent, and horses with such as these are nearsighted; there are others with fiat eyes.ialthough said to ,bo bo from old courthouse Hardinsburg, Ky. age. I do not. find theso animals shy as they. grow old,. but the reverse. I think, ! as a, general rule, if an eye is perfect in years old, youth and up to eight or twelve For sale at a bargain, Fifty (50) ncrea ol tho.possessor thereof will not bo found good land three miles from Cloverport, Ky., to become. a shyer, as theso animals are f a mile from the L., St. L. Jc T. H. H. not often found so old as to have imFor particulars address paired vision. ROBT. E. WOODS. Ijiavedcnown hundreds of old horses Ordinance Offio, War Department, that have not shied in their old age. Tho Waiiunqtok, D. C. shaped forehead to which allusion was made has been found to exist in nervous TAKEN UP. and ill tempered horses. Horseman. 'Taken up as an astray by Francis M. Ban. $ all Handsome -- J. MILLER, :Holiday:Goods. IHM3t& For Price IT. AE, Variety, Attorney at Uw, Value RARE BARGAIN ;)$ - '., IBAJSB one-hal- ss TIT z GO TO ZECZERj 3 CLOVERPORT, KY. s ! J.J 1st 1 $3000; turubt-r- , Winter Is Here 111 111 will for Ohnyeil Orders. A colored domestic in one of the families of this city i.i n wonder of obedience nnd good nature. Sho was upstairs and her mistreHs culled to hen "Aunt Mary, coino hero! 1 want you to hurry, too." Aunt Mary started with more effort at haste than actual success. She liud left a bit ofttoap on ono of tho higher Bteps, and it sent her bumping down tho stnirs in n most xtnrtling manner. When she struck the hall floor sho picked herself up and unHwerud all the excited inquirreies ns to her condition with mark, accompanied by a grin: "I reckon yer tolo mo ter hurry down, dldn yer?" Washington Post. the-mer- e ufor that price. 1 o Iu tho cattlo brIm at Chicago and during tho season ono fact stood out prominent: Primo fat cattlo werb'Tn good demand, went off briskly anil brought good prices, while poor cattle glutted tho market nnd could hardly bo worked off at any prico at times. It is a fact for the beef misers to ponder. Thero is no reason why America should not produce as primo beef nnd mutton as Great Britain does. Wo havo not done so as yet, except in a few isolated cases. Dut caro and breeding will work miracles and make American beef equal to any. Oire and breeding are tho words. elso-wher- SALE OF MILL, U0ILEU, ENGINE, AO. I will offer for sale to the highest bidder, op Saturday, December 13th, 1890, at 2 o'clock p. m., on the premires near Union Star, a Saw Mill, Boiler and Engine. Terms cash or a three months note with approved seeurity. J. II. Lay, Administrator J. Q. Boot, Deceased. BUT YOUK SHIETS FKoirr Are you prepared for it. Have you supplied yourself with a good pair of Boots or Shoes, a suit of Clothes, an Overcoat, Cloak, Wrap or something to make you comfortable during the cold weather. If you havn't, you should visit our store immediately, where you can find one of the largest stocks in the county. Remember we are the original one price store in Hardinsburg. We are always the cheapest and have ready made bargains for everybody. Seeing is believing. You can't see unless you visit our store. So come right along. WITT & MEADOR, IECa,xd.i:n.s"fo-u.xg- , Fine Christmas gotyls at Balmago's. J. D. BAPBAGE. IKIr. 33 bh TO -r vV, V ..". v$,n- 3&n8wk&hi - v ' wwi w nnxi mi in ttm&m&Gimvmimmmmmmm CHRISTMAS best things. AND HOLIDAY PRESENTS Suitable for everybody in Cloverport and vicinity. Hundreds of Artistic and serviceable articles, ranging in price from the cheapest up to the most expensive. CHXLDRENS' BOOKS and GAMES, a very complete line. Your early inspection will give you choice of the . Dolls t -- :DOLL Dolls ! t Our assortment of Dolls is beyond question the handsomest ever shown in Cloverport. The prices are right too. Ml Hobby Horses, Doll Buggies and Wagons In great variety, and prices to suit all classes. CHRISTMAS We have a big stock of them. PRESENTS We don't intend to carry over a single article this They must go at some price. year. The stock must be cleaned up if the prices have to be cut in halves to do it. If you want bargains in Christ- mas Goods don't pass us by. CnsrO. ORCHARD AND GARDEN. DEVOTED TO THE IMPROVEMENT OF SUBURBAN AND COUNTRY HOMES. Coba7i scandens variegafa has a charming effect suspended in a lofty house. ID- - Anuirjllln Juliiminl 1'l.int on Arrminl of Il lluiitUiimr roliifc a 1'iiTiirlto Iloiiho Hn Iim ( ulture. mill Hie ISraulj of It rinwrr. Am.irj llib Johnsoiii, the plant depicted in the cut, like many other kinds o( Amaryllis, has its heasons of growth and strongly marked. From the time growth begins it steadily advances until the blooming period is past, and then after a few weeks its foliage ripens ofT and its rest is apparently one of perfect repose for the bulb This is iU r-M-r- Primrose Culture. The following method of growing the Chinese primroso was commended at a meeting of tho Boston Gardeners and Florists' club: Tho seed is sown in February, March and April, using a light, iorouB soil composed of leaf mold, saud and loam, mixed with decomposed cow dung. They want a temperature of nearly CO degs. to corno up well; somo seeds will como up in ten days, wldlo others will not come up for two or three weeks. They aro picked off into boxes or pans when they have two or three rough leaves, and aro grown through the summer in pots in a partially shaded place, repotting two or three times, tho last time using a five inch or six inch pot. They flower well in a rather cool green house with a night temperature of 40 or 45 degs. Thick Planting or Tree. In crowded plantations there is a marked difference between tho trees on tho outside and thoso in tho center; tho former, having their branches and leaves fully exposed on ono side, grow with comparative vigor and form excellent timber on that side of tho stem where light and air aro admitted, whilo tho latter, hemmed in on all sides, aro drawn up liko baro jKiles and produce a small amount of ill conditioned wood. A crowded plantation, in wliich tho trees aro allowed to increase in sizo until they interfere with each other, cannot bo easily reclaimed; for every attempt at thinning in this advanced stago of growth is accompanied with tho risk of exposure to tho blast, wliich speedily levels trees having no firm hold of flio soil. "And do you sear It, lovef" said she. As they uere standing Her lips as ruddy with their plea As jietals of a rose new blow 11; "Swear tnat, all conscious of the Bravo Importance of the pledge you Rtke, E'en though It may your life enslave. You'll love me for myself nlonet" Gently he took her queenly head Within hb hands; the love light shed A deeper glow as soft he said: "Yes, for)ourself alone, my gein' And if you would my blessing win You'll call your aunts and cousins In; And, pardon me, your chosen kin, And emphusli that fact to them ' Roston Courier. He I.oeil Not Relutltely. Aoiftilred ut ItiiHton. "Your daughter seems much in, proved by her stay in Boston. It was kind of yon to give her tho advantage of the Sho tells mo that hhe culture there. met and became warmly attached to Elizabeth Stuart Phelps and other literary celebrities," said Bulger. "Yes," growled Bowser, "and I wish to gracious sho had never seen 'em." "Why, what's the matter?" "Well, that Mw. Phelps or Ward or whatever her ntr.no is filled her head bo full of reform in tho matter of decollete dress that the poor girl is shocked every timo she sees the elbow of a stovepipe, and I've had to buy drapery for every elbow in the house." Chicago Times. An Expert Opinion. AMAIIVM.IS JOHXSOXl. ,1 nutural conrse, mid all intelligent cultivation of the plant must be in accordance, with these characteristic features. For the benefit of amateurs wo append the advice, given by Vick in his Illustrated Monthly Magazine. After the bulb has rested for n time in the pot in which it has bloomed it will begin to show ligns of growth. Then It should be turned out of the iot, the ball of soil about the bulb reduced and then bo repotted in a iot of medium size. A good rnlo is to take 11 jwt twice the diameter of the bulb. In placing the bulb in the pot het it to that its top will bo about even with the rim, but do not cover it entirely; tho upper third of the bulb should bo above tho surface of Sandy soil with a mixtho fcoil. ture of good rotten manure forms the most suitable 6oil. A light watering only is needed nfter potting; then place tho pot in a teuierature of about Co degs. Bo careful for a bhort time about overwatering, but nfter tho roots have d commenced to run water can bo more freely. Give tho plant light and plenty of sunshine; this is necessary A moist for a strong healthy growtli, atmosphere is especially needed, and this should bo carefully maintained. suj-plie- M l "a. ilunclnc llu.UeL for Con.orrutorle. A few well furnished baskets suspended in tho conservatory always produce a pleasing effect, and if tho house is large and lofty the baskets should bo of proportionato size. Strongly mado wire baskets aro tho most suitable, and if plainly and neutly mado thoy will every purpoto without any superfluous ornamental work. The baskets, of course, will bo lined with moss, and tho bottom will bo furnished with plants beforo much soil has been placed in the baskets, tho Bides being filled in and tho basket filled with soil concurrently. Tho great charm of theso baskets is to have somewhat frequent changes. When tho baskets, filled with tho same varieties of plants, aro constantly occupying the juuxipriaeitionfl thevbecoino monotonous. an-irw- er "What makes you wear thoso littlo wings fastened into your shoes?" inquired Father Time, as Mercury was cutting a few light capers in tho air. Professor Budd in a talk on spiraeas "Why, father, that's tho correct thing, says: Of the hardy varieties and species you know; sort of indicative of One I tlio Limit. uiy stylo, tho most perfect and vigorous have boon and all that sort of thing." "There has just been an accident, at S. triloba. S. Van Iloutteii, S. callosa "Humph," replied Father Time, as ho Hoffman's cafe!" shouted Blossom as lie alba and S. rubta from Russia; S. gently rubbed thoedgoof his scytho with rushed into the clubroom. and S. Nobleana. "An accident?" anxiously inquired a pieco of whetstone, "I reckon tho only thing for mo to do will bo to get clocks several members, looking up from their An Important Cute. "You want to bo a detective? Havo on my socks, won't it?" Washington papers. "Yes, an accident," he continued; "1 you any recommendations from Chi- Vast had just 6at down to an oyster stew or tho Mutter. The llottom cago?" when I discovered twelvo oysters in it." Mr. Bingo Hero's a bill for gas. "Only thoso of my last case. It was a "Sure, it must havo been an acciMrs. Bingo But tho gas has boen caso where a man who had tho tooth-achdent," thoy all murmured. Lowell Citito kill somebody. I vrm turned off all summer. wauted zen. Mr. Bingo Well, this is a bill for the tho man. I went to a dentist's nnd liad tho tooth pnlled, and though thero were gas that was turned off. Now York A lille In Tito Chapters. a hundred other detectives in tho city I Herald. L was tho first to find it out." Philadelriiellin'a Kxtentloii. phia Times. o Hot Curly Apple.. Dr. Hoskins, a penological authority, says that thero can bo no mistake in planting Yellow Transparent as a first early, followed by Early Strawberry, Sops of Wine, Williams' Favorite, Pri mate and Early Joe, A little later is Garden Royal, perhaps tho best of them all in quality, and inferior to nono in attractiveness. Porter is a fino apple for September, and Gravenstein follows it admirably. Amatour Horse Doctor His teef seems ter be all right; but as well as I kin see his liver 'pears ter hab slipped a leetlo too fur 'round ter de lef'. New York World. A Conversation In tho Clouds. Walking In I'lilestlno. In traveling along the loads jf Palestine, says Rev. T. De Witt Ti linage in Frank Leslie's Monthly. I am impressed as I could not otherwise have been with the fact that Christ for the most part went afoot. We find him occasionally on a boat, and once riding in a triumphal procession, as it is sometimes called, although it seems to me that tho hosaunas of the crowd could not have made a ride on a stubborn, unimpressive and funny creature like that which pattered with him into Jerusalem very much of a triumph. But wo are made to understand that generally he walked. How much that means only those know who have gone over the distance traversed by Christ. Wo aio accustomed to read that Beth-unis two miles from Jerusalem. Well, any man in ordinary health can walk two miles without fatigue, but not mora than ono man out of a thousand can walk from Bethany to Jerusalem without exhaustion. It is over tho Mount of Olives, and you must climb up among tho rolling stone3 and descend where exertion is necessary to keep you from falling prostrate. I, who am accustomed to walk ten or twelve miles without lassitude, tried part of this road over the Mount of Olives, and confess I would not want to try it often, such demand does it make upon one's physical energies. Yet Christ walked it twice a day, in tho morning from Bethany to Jerusalem, in tho evening from Jerusalem to Bethany. Likewise it seems a small thing that Christ walked from Nazareth to Jerusalem, but it takes us four days of hard horseback riding, sometimes on a trot and sometimes on a gallop, to doit. The way is mountainous in the extreme. To thoso who went to tho Tip-To- p house on Mount Washington before tho railroad was laid I will say that this journey from Nazareth to Jerusalem is like seven such American journeys. So, all up and down and across and recrossing Palestine Jesus walked. Herod rode. Ahab rode. Saladiu rode. Solomon rode. Antony rodo. But Jesus walked. With swollen ankles nnd soro muscles of the legs, and bruised heel and stiff joints, and panting lungs nnd faint head, along the roads and where thero wero no roads at all, Jesus walked. y brrveil nltli Miermuii. BABBAGE TZTT. CLOYERPOBT, 7 "I served nlth Sherman," tho old man cried. "In tho hardest fight mortal eier saw Thu foices Qi rayed on either side Acted like they could eat each other raw Thu fight begun on a Monday morn And never ceased until daylight's peep On Thursday, 'ecpt when, completely worn. Tho forces 'ud lay off to git some sleep. "I served with Sherman Jess on his right I tuk my place on tho ojienlng day, An' all througli that hot contested fight I was at his side day arter day. I step' by his side, an' eat ly his side, An' inarched by his side to and from the field, An' my bosom now swells v Ith a f eelln' o' pride O'er the memory that Sherman d neer yleli on that spot he'd stay. An' lire on nothln', and banish sleep Till tho hair 011 his head turned a frosty gray. Hut w'ct to hit principles he n ould keep B. F. Beard & Co Expect to receive this week n I! 9 "lie said rfclit thar WhotbattV I Inrrrn- fi.i.1 ti',,11 cn1A.l.1 6" 111.11 own.lll.-- MUCK, il- - lf UI ,' v . especially desirable goods for the Tv?;w" No Ijattlo 011 On a allu c isu Icc-- i In O In eighteen Imiilriil and -- served Mtu him nt all! Oh, no I . bot a Jury seo? Too Illicit for Her. tan Sifting. d i- - A woman aged C8 years has disap-poaiein New York. When last seen she was "taking a horse car" on West Eleventh street. Asthohorsocarsin Now York weigh several thousand pounds the unusual exertion wu3 probably too much for her, and doubtless she collapsed in somo dark corner. Lowell Citizen. Victory. Christmas "I have had a pwetty tough stwugglo with that uppah lip," said Gus do Jay complacently. n ho sat down in tho barber's chair. "Yes," replied the barber, "but you havo it downed, haven't you?" Washington Post A Common Complaint. Hightonne Have you noticed that young snob Colidgo going about with his head so high ?W tw nil? Is ho suffering do you think? Gettetheyro - Yes, ho is painfully awaro of himself. New York World. msMmim: "A Holidays ! Sgl (?' Qlic'SfM ( U jt.' r - IM. fn , V ' Ills On 11 mention. Our stock for the next four weeks will'bc very attractivCj containing something for everybody. The Husband who will make his wife a present oi a handsome Quecnswarc set, large elcgnnt Rocking chair, Cashmere Shawl, Dress Pattern, will go no farther. The wife who is sure to give her husband a gift of a Carving Knife and Fork, Pair of Gloves, Silk Suspenders, Late Style lint, Silk Hand- kciciuci, win stop anil sec us. The father, that will say to his son on Christmas morning here 18 Suit of Clothes, Overcoat, pair Shoes, Suit Underwear, has aire tdy made up his mind to give us a call. jv. "S '4 iviiit' do you call that?" "I say. Mr. llelntz. what r a "By Chlmminy, it geds mo so damp dero dot I haf mo ein schpoud made." New York World. Can Stand Experimenting. Brown I seo by tho papers that the 1 he brother, that thinks of his sister on that day, will find with us beautiful Sleeve Buttons, Camp Chairs, Breast Pins, Plush Cloaks, Albums, Toilet Sets in Plush Boxes, Parlor Lamps, Gold Rigs. PL-ot- " A Very 111 Hoy. Anxious Mother I am afraid Johnny It just struck. Mr. O'Grady Faith an it only strook is sick. Father My goodness! What does ho U an' ono for good measure. Light. complain of? Anxious Mother Ho hasn't begun to Tho Smull Hoy's Aim. complain yet; but 1 forgot to lock tho Cobwigger How do you know when jam closet today, and thero isn't u bit the chestnuts are ripo on that tree in missing. Now York Weekly. front of your house? Brown By tho broken windows. Proof. Munsey's Weekly. "Did you over soo a ghost?" "Yes, onco." Studious. "What did it look like?" "I hear your son won a scholarship nt "It looked liko a boy with a pumpkin Harvard." on his head." "Yes. Ho won it Jrom tho original "How did you know it was a ghost?" winner at poker. Tom is a' smart lad." New York Sun. "It told mo so." New York Sun. Mrs. O'Grady Phelim, how does it coom dat yo schtay out till 12 o'clock? latest is a cat doctor. Now his patients havo somo show. Mrs. Brown How is that, my dear? Brown Bccauso they havo nine lives. Munsey's Weekly. xuc 8icrcan!iiu.in our line for her brother, Pretty Mustache wt,o, uituti; iMuiuns, muiiicrs, scan ruts, Neckties. Our prices arc made with a view to catch the trade. The fathers mothers can call on us and find something for Iheir entire family. v'V- - f IL They're Always In the Market. and Count Von Ennoino Your ononnously wealthy American aristocracy has, alas, no titles. Miss Bronson That's true; but then wo can buy what few wo need, you know. Lite: The rtovcrso. .4- - B. F. BEARD & CO., f "Porous plasters nro good for a weak "That's all right, but I wanfa plaster that will bo good for a week hence." Puck. Harper's Bazar. back." I'. - Main Street, opposite Court House, . i "''"uuH3reS38Citjjae HAttDINSBURGrKY, Sj 5?53isiJl JJ&Ufflftfc 11 Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is plcasnut and refreshing to tho taste, and acta gently yetpromptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the tasto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and ngrceablo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it the most ponular romedy known. Syrup or Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading Any reliable drugpist who may not have it on hand will it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. drnt;-gists. 0E& BISrTOY pro-eur- o tOUtSVlUE, SAN FRANCISC 7, CAL. KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Win. K. Barnes, Hardinsburg. Attorneys atLaw. Hardinsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. MURRAY & BARNES, Attorney atKY.Law, CLOVEIU'OUT, with 1). U. Murray nenr Post oillce. R. JT. MILLER, Dr, J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, Office over '" Richardson's Hardware ttore. CLOVERPORT. KY. J. C. BUSH, . J. II. TAVLOn, W. 8. TAYLOR. Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store 0WENSB0R0, Frcderica Street, DENTISTS KY. J. H. Taylor & Co., Brkckenridge News. "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1800 LOCAL BREVITIES. r " ' - i Onus, guns, guns. Sulzer's .Mr. A. .7. Cone was in the city Monday A. Y. Ford came down Friday to see his wife. Mayor I.udwig, of Tell City, died last week. This city is well Mocked with Christmas goods. Capt. Nat. Ahl, of Mowcqua, III., was in town Monday. Wm. Whitfqrd, Grahamton, has been granted a pension. Mr. 0. C. Shellman, of Union Star, was in tho city Saturday. Mr. W. II. Chambliss, of Hock Vale, was in the city Sunday. Mrs. White went to Louisville Thursday and returned Saturday. Diligent application to business hns Avon for us a place. Sulzer's. Capt. "William Vest has been on the sick list for tho past ten days. C. "W. Moorman is attending the big horse sale at Lexington this week. Dick Bcavin writes to send tho News to Leitchfield, "I am lost without it." Track-layin- g on the Falls of Rough will be completed next week. .branch Mrs. J. "W. Tortor, of Owonsboro, passed up on the train Thursday for Louisville. Mrs. Amanda Fisher and her daughter, Mrs. D. It. Murray, went to Louisvillo Saturday. Miss Allie Jones, of Hock Vale, was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. Swiggert last week. Mr. AVilber Sill, wife and son, of Louisville, were the guests of Mr. J. T. Skillrnan, Sunday. Mr. Geo. II. Cox, of tho Owensboro Messonger, passed down on tho train Saturday from Louisville. Mr. John McLary, of OwenBboro, was in the city yesterday. Ho v, ill spend tho winter in Texas, for liis health. II. L. Morton finds that his mill at Addison is not.largo enough to accomino-dat- o his trade and will enlarge it. . l'rico all the goods you see elsewhere, then let us name ours, and you will turn into exclamation points. Sulzer's. Tho City Council lias passed an ordinance requiring all drug stores to takp outa licenso whero thoy sell whisky. mas opening yesterday and last night. Ho has a very largo and handsome stock. "The Midnight Sun" is tho name of a new daily paper at Owensboro. "W. & Storrelt and L. J. Early aro tho editors. Tho Hockport Journal says : Tho now gas woll has been abandoned at a depth of about 03l feet. Tho cempany has exF. N. D'Huy held his regular Christ- ' - pended $2,500. Mrs. J. E. Keith went to Big Spring last week to seo her little granddaughter, Paulino Moorman, who returned with her Sunday, The present cold snap baa had no perceptible effect on our supply of gas. Somo complaints aro being made but tt is mainly tho fault of tbo blumblng. Taylor Atwood, former keeper of tbo has near. Hardinsburg, moved to Jones station on tho L., II. & W. and wants the News to follow him. poor-house, Ico Cream furnished for entertainBRANDENBURG. i I i 0--Sli4B' mTij I.LI Ml I I I I I I I.- -: mTTTTi ments if orders arc given in time to send . Agent & Corresp'nt for ice. We make tho best cream and John T. Ditto, sherbet from Confectioner's Journal at ! Martin's. Mrs. Casperke went to theeitv.Sundav Miss Katie Downier has returned from night. Owensboro, accompanied by MissGensio Mr. and Mrs' J. W. Lewis have returnThe election is over. A good many men have been devoting so Urashcar. Miss Katie will leave in n few ed from Louisville. h much attention to the canvass for tho past month that they have days for Washington city, to spend tbo M. G. Reed is moving a gas well rig to winter. neglected their own wants in the way of Clothing. Now is the We are indebted to our good sister, Ilardinshurg, this week. TIME TO BUY and JULIUS WINTER & CO. is the place. Jim McFarland, Louisville, was down Mrs. E. D. Taylor, at Itosettn, for a If you need a Suit, or pair Pants, or Overcoat for yourself or bountiful supply of old fashioned country last week visiting relatives. your boys, come to us. If you want to mako your selection from W. P. Gcorgo was at home Sunday sausage, tbo best we have eaten for from Louisville to see his family. tho largest and best stock in the city, come to us. If you aro of many a day. W. K. Withers, W. A. Downs, W. W. Tho News was a day behind time last an economical turn of mind and want to save money, come to us. Vessells, J. Frank McGary, M. M. Tate, week. Wo are the only "bona fide" home manufacturing Clothiers in Lon Rhodes and S. S. Furrow change Mr. John Lyddan and Miss Nellie Our business is the city, and warrant every garment we sell. o their address this week from Henry were in town last week. That is, we conducted on common sense business principles. Hardinsburg to Kirk. Mr. Jas. II. Dryant was in the city charge you only for what you buy and give you full value for Alexander Hotel, Louisville, has been last week. sold to a syndicate. Mr. W. It. Logan, at your money. Wo have no "dime museum" or side-shoSomo of our hog traders held their former manager for tho Alexander, will We arc business. tachments of any kind in connection with our take charge for tho syndicate, assisted by hogs over last week on account of tho comlow prices inihe Clothing business. See our beautiful window display of Mr. Alex Jones, as chief clerk. home-mad- e Clothing. Hogs aro dying with the cholera back "Capt. Jack" the gas fitter says : "Now is the winter of my discontent, .worked of town. This is a fatal disease when all summer, have no overcoat and not it gets hold of them. laid up a cent." Jack had just drew II. T. Hayncs was in Cloverport last $80 from tbo city treasurer for putting week, looking after a well that lie is up street lights and yet was not happy. putting down there. W. II. Bell, our every clever and effW. II. Gough returned home from icient deputy county clerk, accompanied Florida last week, and reports a very by his sweet little daughter, Blanche pleasant trip. Esteen, with big brown eyes, spent Mrs. Eliza Woolfolk, spent last week Saturday ami Sunday here with his with her daughters, Mrs. Casperke and S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS.. LOUISVILLE, KY. brother, Mr. V. S. Dell. Woodson. Owen Chenault, at Dock Haven, was l FOR II II II I'lTii M FTT iTl IT7 l l l l il iTu j i i I Miss Eva Carrigan, of Guston, and awarded a gold watch J)y the Horn' and Miss Maud Allen, of Louisville, arc visitFarm for the nearest guess at tho population of Kentucky. The population ac- ing tho Misses Lewis. A Correspondent That Willfully Lied. Henry M. Stanley and His Coming Miss Lillian Lewis returned home tocording to the present census rcopo'rt is Lecture at the Amphitheatre day accompanied by Miss Jennie Hurley, To the Eiiitor ok the Nr.ws. 1,853,430. His guess was 1,854,770. Auditorium, December 18th, Will you kindly show tho Cloverport Abe Ditto, jr., has made a very great of New Albany. 1890. Louisville, Ky. improvement of his place at Long Branch T. E. Ditto has finished his railroad Daptist church the courtesy to correct It is difficult to realize that Henry M. Ho has'lately built a fine largo barn and contract at Cumberland Gan. and will the item of news furnished by the Clo- Stanley, the great African Explorer whose removed the old building, which makes likely make his home here for the win- verport correspondent to the Owensboro fame has filled the civilied world, and Midnight Sun concerning the call of railit show up handsomely from the ter. whose heroism has conquered the unfa Rev. W. K. Penrod to the pastorate of road. Abo is a progressive farmer. civilized, is so soon to be in our midst, to Miss Susio Richardson returned homo said church? Had the correspondent Mr. G. W. Payne, of Stephensport, and last week from tell us of his rescue of Emm Pasha, I1 Union Star, whero she attended the church meeting at which about whom Miss Nannie .A. McDowell, went to 5 bad been on a visit for several weeks to there had been so much could the vote for pastor was taken, he Hawesville last Wednesday and were interest excited in Europe. Mr. Stanley her uncle's. not have penned such wonls without married in the parlors of the Carlton Mr. Win. Allen, who has been in such willfully doing violence to his sense of not only carried out tho mission deliverft House. Dcv. W. V. P. Yeaman performed to him by the great Livingstone, They were accom- bad health for some time, left last week truth; and if ho did not attend such following on to tho ing tho ceremony. source of the Nile, panied by Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Payne for Alabama, where his brother lives to church meeting, his gathered informa- tlie river which Livingstone had explorseo if the change in climate would not tion is unreliable and false. So taking and Mr. and Mrs. Win. McDowell. ed for 1,500 miles, and to follow which help him. ol tho dilemma, ho has either horn The list of claims tako up tho greater was Stanley's goal, and which he followRev. John Jacobs, of Mauckport, placed himself in a very unenviable attiportion of our space this week, and much ed for 1,700 miles and found to bo the tude before this community as a truth-telle- r. upper water local news and correspondence ate crow- closed a very successfulCampbellite meetof the Congo, lighting his ing last Thursday at Weldon, baptised ded out. Tho list will give some idea of way tnrougii savage cannibal tribes. It Now the facts. At said meeting Rev. is not alone what it costs to run Drcckonridge county six converts in Doe Run creek at the these discoveries and dangW. K.' Penrod and Rev. George Ellis ers which and .to whom the close of the meeting. for a twelve-montStanley has conquered which money goes. Clint Dryant s stock of Goods and wero put in nomination, the former re- distinguishes his career, but there he has Mr. J. J. Dyer, of this city, and Miss house-hol- d effects wero consumed by ceiving by ballot 04 votes and tho latter laid the foundation for Christianity and 1 Dames, of Union Star, and a sister of fire at Ekron, last Monday night. The 4 votes. Then on motion stud vote for an immense field for civilization. W. K. Dames, Hardinsburg, will be store building was owned by Mr. Seth llro. Penrod was made unanimous. The The Northern papers are teeming with married at Dock Valo this evening. It Richardson. Mr. Dryant we understand correspondent says, "in reality he is not the reception of Mr. Stanley, in thecities Does not this expression whero he wanted." will be quite a surprise to Mr. Dyer's was carrying $1,200 insurance on stock has lectured, of his life and his blush with falsehood? He further says, heroism, of many friends in this city, as he has kept of goods. it the vast crowds who gather not presthe matter very quite. to see and hear him. The burning out of a fine in Mr. A. "the staunchest members were only secured by Our correspondent in his account of Dittoo's house last Friday night caused ent and his election was Mrs. Stanley is almost quite as much tho vote of the ladies and young chil- an object of tho dedication of the Daptist church at tho alarm of fire, and quite a crowd o interest as her heroic huswas a Irvington last weok, made an error in peoplo gathered to the scene to aid in dren." Now, Mr. Editor, there band. reasonably good attendance of tho memgiving tho contractor's name as Mr. Geo. its protection. An editorial in Harper's says of Mr. bers, irrespective of ago or sex, thero be- Stanley : "Rut of Webster, Harris. Mr. Horace Stuart, the immediate iuid worldMr. Felix Crutcher a highly respected and reThe largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices built the house, and much credit is giv- farmer in the upper end of this county ing as many gentlemen as ladies, wide welcome with which Mr. Stanley to ally as "staunch" members as belong can be found at en liim for his work. was greeted upon emerging from that died from apoplexy of the heart in tho church were in attendance, and all country in which ho had been lost to We begin tho publication in this issue Louisville last Wednesday. Mr. Crutchvoted. Dro. Penrod has accepted the the general public for so long atimo of a series of interesting reminiscences er had taken somo hogs to Louisville, call and has nover shown a disposition quite transcends the circumstance of of the life and times of the early settlfirs after selling them, ho went to tho Louis-vill- o to disregard tho compliment paid him "We carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture of this town and vicinity. The writer is bank to get his check cashed, and by his constituted members in recalling the return of any of his predecessors. at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness, made r, This is duo to other causes than the esand is well posted as re while receiving tho money on it he was an him for anotlier year. sential difference of enterprise. Rut from pure Oak Tanned Leather. gards tho past history of this city and the overcome and dropped to tho floor. For tho truth of tho foregoing our whatever Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5 50, $6.50, $7.50, $9.00 the reasons may be, hisappcar-anc- o men who figured in it. His papers will The neighborhood has lost one of her church book is referred to, as well as evBridles, Curb Bits 75c, flOc and $1.00. at Zanzibar last spring, and his pro- and $12.00. Saddles, 81.75, no doubt bo widely read and appreciated best citizens, and a most excellent man. ery member who was present at the gress to England, 2.50, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a line greeted by the honors by all of our subscribers. meeting. of kings and emperors, and with the of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at Judge J. R. DoIIaven gavo Mayor Cloverport, Ky., Dec. 8, 1890. Cold Waves We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, Tho acclamations of Christendom, were ex- very low prices. Pierce notice Monday that ho would E. A. Kissam, F. N. D'Huy, traordinary, and there was no discordant Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaincloso tbo street running up tho hill by Are predicted with reliable accuracy, S. D. Adkisson, Aug. Drown, note. Mr. Stanley is evidently a very ing to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, 1 lames and Chains, the Daptist church on the 10th inst., the and people liablo to tho pains and aches A. L. Oelzc, Israel Holder, of rheumatism dread every chango to imperious man, othcrwiso he could not Breeching $.'1.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. same having been purchased by him. J. W. Steel, Jas. T. Owen, have pierced the heart of Africa and reTho city authorities claim that tho damp or stormy weather. Although Air. C. P. Babbagc will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds J. E. Keith, Hood's Sarsaparilla is not claimed to be J. I). Hambleton, turned. Wherever he goes, ho will be of repairs and make new work to order. ground belongs to them for street pur(J. T. Weatherholt, C. S. Perrigo, surrounded with tho glamour of the hero poses, tho right having been acquired a positive specific for rheumatism, the It will pay you to examine our stock. R. L. Newsom, S. P. Conrad, and the discoverer. Tho oldest spell, from tho former owners. A suit will remarkable cures it has effected show J. C. Porter, C. E. Keith, that it may bo taken for this complaint of Homer and tho that of the story-telle- r probably follow. Jesse W. Owen, I). Hambleton, tale of Troy divine, of the Arab camp Doth oil and gas were struck in the with reasonable certainty of benefit. Its 11. Miller, Jesse P. S. Miller, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. LOUISVILLE and the talo of Antar, will be renewed by Soda Ash well last week at a depth of action in neutralizing tho acidity of tho Ed Gregory. blood, which is tho causo of rheumatism, tho most recent of famous travelers. To 140 feet. Tho gas camo very freely at All persont Indebted to the estate of Thos. secret of the success of see Stanley will be like seeing Robinson F. Sattcrfiehl, deceased, are hereby notified to first, but in a littlo timo ceased to flow. constitutes tho come forward and settle immediately Parties Hood's Sarsapai ilia. If you suffer from Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Crusoe upon his return. It was not till holding clnlms against tho estate are also Corrected Weekly by There seems to bo more oil than gas, tho give Hood's Sarsaparilla a requested to present them properly proven for oil being of a very superior quality, but rheumatism, The best salvo in tho world for cuts, after his successful search for LivingsC1IAS. W. SATTERFIELD, Co. settlement. the quantity is not sufficient to pay. fair trial ; it will do you good. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever tone, and subsequent to his Coomassic Administrator. OKNKIt W. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, campaign, in which ho accompanied Tho well will bo cased off and bored chapped hands, chilblains, Tho Constitutional Convention took sores, tetter, 144 Third Street. TAKEN UP. deeper. corns, and skin eruptions, and positively tho victorious force of General SirGnrnct John Hanson Craig, said to bo the another one of its regular weekly excur- cures Piles, or no pay required. It is Wolsely in Ashantce land, that Stanley's Taken up as an astray by Jesse F. Lewis, VK0ETABLK3. Wednesof Hardinsburg, living three miles south-eas- t biggest man in tho world, passed down sions to Richmond, Ky., last givo perfect satisfaction, or great qualities wero fully displayed." 2 50 In Breckenridgo county, Ky., on tbo 1st day Apples, Fanoy day. At tho rate this body is moving guaranteed to Of Mrs. Stanley, Harper's says, and on tho Tell City Wednesday. Ho weighs 75 (a) Price 23 cents per of December, 1890, one black ntcor, two years Apples, Common money refunded. we may get a new Constitution by Potatoes, now per bbl 2 SO 907 pounds, is six feet five inches tall, W. Short, Clover- of that distinguished wedding : "Miss old, marked with swallowfork In tho right Onions 2 00 spring. They have been in session box ForsalobyG. hole in left car and supposed to weigh ear measures four feet across tho shoulders next Hardinsburg, Dorothy Tcnuant Jjccamo Mrs. Stanley 600 and 2 00 pounds, but having no other marks and Beans, bushel nearly one hundred days and haven't port, Ky., and J. A. Witt, on tho 12th of July, Westminster Abboy, which I havo appraised at tto valuo of $12.00 Cabbage, per bbl 1 25 and wears a number 12 shoo. It takes Ky. peobefore ono of tho most splendid audi-enc- s this December 1st, 1890. forty-on- o yards of cloth to mako him a hardly mado a start at tho work tho TOl'LTBT. A littlo leas or0. F. BLACK, J. P. B. 0. that ever gathered in that historic liens, per doz 2 75 suit of clothes. Ho is 35 years old and plo sent them thero for. Qood Congressional Timber. gentlemen, and more work is Mixed 2 35 minster. She had been engaged to tho lives near Indianapolis, Ind. Several ator', Spring Chickens, per doz 2 00 Hon. Chnpeze Wathen, of Dranden-bur- great Explorer through Commendable. three year's of city saw him and say bo what tho peoplo want. citizons in this Live Geese, per doz 3 00 Mr. Wathen is is at Alexander's. g " Ducks, per doz All claims not consistent w ith the high suspense. 2 00 Her Into is immense. Commonwealth's Attorney in his father was Chaflt-the Dentistry. 1IDKS AND tURS. on character of Syrup of Figs are purposely Tennant M. Our advertisers report very satisfactory district, and mado a great reputation her mother's side descended from Oliver avoided by tho Cal. Fig Syrup Company. Orcen Hides, 30 to 50 lbs f. 7 Dr. W. S. Taylor, of Owensboro, Ky., returns from their announcements placed " " among Kentucky's criminal lawyers by 4 small 4)i in the News. One firm says, "wo sold will bo in Hardinsburg on tho 20th of his conduct of tho prosecution in tho Cromwell. She is well known in fashion- Itaetsgontly on tho kidney, liver and Dry Hides, salt y 7 able, literary and art circles in l.ondon bowels, cleaning tho system effectually, " Hint a nice bill of groceries to a man who December, and can lie found at tho Len-ni- n H UV. Pulliam murder trial about two years and Paris. Hor name is also as well but it is not a cure-a- ll 40 (a) 1 00 and makes no Sheep pelts, fleeced House. The doctor will remain ono said, 'I saw your advertisement in the ago. When Congressional timber is known in philanthropic circles as else- pretenscsions that every bottle will not WOOL. News.' Ho was a stranger to us and a week. wanted in tho Fourth district Mr. Wath- where. Dy education and Wool, clean 20 25 character substantiate. man wo had never sold to before Wo Wool, 33 (t$ 35 en need not be overlooked by Mr. Mont- she is well fitted to her distinguished aro satisfied that it pays to advertise." l'BonucK. gomery, Judgo Russell, Hugh P. Cooper, husband, and for tho life with him when Correctly Dlii;iinoil. Another firm says, "wo had direct re12 Butter, choice, country Frank Straus, D. II. Smith or Gen. Sam ho returns to tho "Dark Continent." Mamma (from tho next room, hearing Butter, medium 10 turns from our advertisement Saturday 11 E. Hill. Courier-Journa- l. 5 Inferior a suspiciously sibilant noiso followed by Mrs. Stanley will attract no littlo attenand mado several sales that came directEire tion and interest now centering about a scream) What was that, Agnes? gRfwDtoa through our advertisement." ly prime 41 Mr. Sissy (who lisps, but is equal to Feathers mixed Feathers 25 tho remarkablo man whoso name and Like a Great Railway Tho parties that were brought hero tho occasion) That wnth a mouth; it Tallow With its branches running in every fortuno sho now shares." ,,., Beeswax from Louisville last week charged with startled Mith Agneth. 2 U 00 (ffi 3 .10 Ordors for tickets aro being rapidly direction, aro tho arteries and veins Mamma (who has been young herself) Ginseng breaking into a car on tho L., St. L. & T. 2 Qd 2K Yes; I thought it was. Dou't do it May Apple Hoot which convey tho blood to every part of sent to tho Dox Ofilco at D. II. railway, had their trial boforo 'Squiro Blood root - 2 2K again, please Life. system. A cold, Biiddon Ave. Prices SI, $1.50, $2, tho human Yellow Hoot 25 28 Keith Saturday. Tho prisoners wero all ; Upper, $15. All ' changes or exposure, may causo poison- $2.50, Lower Doxoh-$2oraix and Hit. hold over for further trial. Roberts and South Dakota has already organized a 07 09 ous acids to clog tho circulation, and orders aro carefully selected and sent by etato poultry association which is to give Wheat, Bed Meyers failing to give bond, wero sent 1 0J " Longberry n poultry exhibition tins winter. then comes rheumatism. Dowaro! If registered mail. to jail at Hardinsburg. Malcolm Allen, Ear Corn, choice per bus 40 65 you valuo life, remove tho obstruction Oats, Northern white 4 the young man who turned State's eviBye One Dollar Weekly bO 75 Lightning Remwith Dr. Drummond's dence, lives at Rosine, this Stato, and is There is Great Excitement Hay Timothy, choice per ton... 9 50 13 0!) edy. You can get a largo bottlo at tho Uuys a good Gold Watch by our Club wo understand, gavo well connected, 0 00 Mixed V00 Among rheumatic sufl'erers over tho druggists for $5 or it will bo sont to you Our 14 Karat patent stiffened Straw, per ton 5 00 0 00 bond in tbo sum of $250 and was renow remedy that is being put up in System. 4 by prepaid express with a guaranteo of gold cases aro warranted for 20 years. Veal Calves leased. Allen testified against bis partNew York City. It is claimed there lias Waltham or Elgin movement, reliable Absolutely Puro. euro if you send to tho Drummond in tho hopo that ho would go free, ners never been n caso whoro it has failed to and well known. Stem wind set, bunt0 Maiden Lane, New A cream of tartar baking powder. Medicine Co., but tbo 'Squire didn't seo it in that light ing or open face, Lady's or Gent's size. cure. It is called Dr. Drummond's strength. Highest of all in leavening York. following stock, In good condition and held him over. Lightning Remedy for rheumatism, and Equal to any $75 Watch. Wo sell ono The A U. S. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889. Vine Berkshire Boar. "Watches for ?28 cash, and send of is sold for $5 per bottlo. Tho remedy to thesoaddress by registered mail, or by A Fine Berkshire Sow. Notice Saw Mill Men. any Two Jersey Cows, both pure bred, one U is certainly making for itself a world Express C. O. D., with privilege of exWo want to buy for cash 500.000 feet wido reputation, Fon Sale. A splendid vacant lot on now fresh, the other wilt be in about n month. as the country is full amination. One Jersey Calf, pure bred, ten uonths old cut ono inch High and Second streets, opposite W. of good Poplar lunibor, Our Agont at Durham, N. C, writes: of rheumatism. Tho manufacturers sell Two good calves, for beef. When Baby was slclc, we gave her Castorla. Dowmer's residence. Apply at onco thick by six inches wide, 12, 14 anil 10 "Our jexctlen Ittive confessed they don't II. Also a lay buggy hone, about 18 hands it on an nbsoluto guarantee, and offer to how you canurnhh tuch tcorkor the high and well broken J a pony broken to both When ahewaa ft Child, alio cried for Caatorla, feet long. to A. A. Lallelst. refund tho inonoy in any caso whoro it money." harness and taddlo ; a gray inaro and colt ami When she became Miss, ahe clung to Castorla. Highland Paiik Planing Mill Co., Ono good reliable Agent wanted in each one new road wagon, does not work n purfect euro, Sent by Children, ahe gave them Caatorla. When ahe hod Room 7, Tyler Duilding, Will be sold at once. Address Ketiralgic Persons prepaid on receipt of price place. Write for particulars. Louisville, Ky, oxpres8 A. M. BROWN, Kmi'irb Watch Co., And those troubled with nervousnes resulting Maiden Drummond Mcdicino Co., 0 Adm'r J. E. Brown, from caru or overwork will be rellored by taking 48 & 50 Maidon Lane, Hitters, Genuine New York. Cloverport, Ky, Lnno, Jti'own'H Iron Now York. Fine writing paper at Dabbago's. hax trail roark ami crowd red line on wrapper. I I I mn ii I I I I fi&43--3SS-&:S5--S;4'- NOW FOR BUSS The Chimney ! To our store is so large that SANTA CLAUS Will be able this year to spread for our patrons an unusually plete assortment of post-ofilc- w WNTER "Old Reliable" Clothiers I I l Holiday Gifts YOUNG AND OLD V! y I I I I i I i SULZER'S CLOVERPORT, K i Jill nti(i(ii ill! rffi P S3 c3 0 1EAM0BHKFON old-time- Market Eeports, The H. W. Herndon g, heart-breakin- I, i ( j th POWDER 48-5- For Sale. -- 47-5- gKaralMWliikLglHWBgrJgT ' igjBp5rgpsicgiiisneaBiiss I .. 'i M Jl n X Senator Quay has introduced n bill In. GEO. W. SWEARINGEN, PHCS. W. P. FREDERICK. CASH. -Congress granting to all persons whoso ft names are now on the list, or may hereafter bo placed on it, who have lost both Cor. Sixth and Main Sts., LOUISVILLE, KY. REMINISCENCES. eyes or both feet, or who nre otherwise CAPITAL $500,000. SURPLUS $12,500. DIRECTOR3. a pension of $100 n Merchants then did bufinew on the totally disabled, UV AN W'm. P. Otttr. R. F. Ililtte, V. T. Orant, C. O. Strater, John O. Roach. B W Wood. Fred Ilottti persons who have Iiaac W. Ucrnhelm, W. Vf . Drummond, John Doerhoefer, James P. Curd, Henry Uroclcman. long credit system, oi in exchange for month. Also to all Wo date our noti'H from tin 14tli of I'nya Interest on Time Deposits. Negotiate Purchase and Sale ol Bonis. Solicits your Business lost an aim below the elbow, or a leg be' produce, collections being made only -November, 1810, as far Imck ns the perThose who $."i5 a mouth. a when planters sold their to- low tho knee, sonal observation of the writer oxtewls, once year have lost a band or a foot, or have been bacco. The area of trade embraced a ami not hecauw of any notable event same, are entitled much larger territory than at present, totally disabled in the transpiring on that tiny pimply tlieap-pearamand to $."0 n month. this being the commercial point on the .streets of C'loventort on a large scope of counthat morning of a youth from Virginia, monied center for Everything Else Failed. try now having better facilities for getilestined to take part, to some extent, on I am now 28 years old, and from the ting to market. the theater of action during an extended A Suro Curo for all Diseases In time I was seven years of age until 188.1, life; this cirenmstnnce impretwing upon "Your babies" will always be good if I Buuercd with a severe case of Scrofula. the writer's memory the date ahove you give them Dr. Hull's Syrup while During this time I took every known remgiven. teething. It is a reliable and sure re- edy, but to no purpose. My father took e medy and costs 23 cents. me to Xorth Carolina, where 1 was put Cloverport contained then only a few A lottery ticket may sometimes be a under the treatment of nn eminent physiArising from Impurities of the Blood, and hundred inhabitants. Col. David It. paying investment; a far better one is a cian. The medicines given me had only from Functional Derangements. Murray, Willis Ilambleton. K. L'oe. box of Old Saul's Catarrh Cure. after my It ti temporary ellect, for shortly John Millett were the princi- pays every time. return the Scrofula broke out in a more A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAIN pal merchants, and they carried comparmalignant form, and I wns worse ofitlian NEWS NOTES. atively small stocks of goods, the two In 188.1 1 discontinued takever before. PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. former dealing in tobacco in connection (Jeo. W. Keown, of Hawesville, has ing all other medicines and commenced IFODR, - A- LIEJ with the goods business, l'lannigan, taking Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) 1 took a A. 11. Flihor, druggitt, Cloverport. T. M. Miramoi drugs and gen. mIe., Custer. who had been a large and bold operator, been granted a pension. number of bottles and it cured me. I Beard k Heeler, druggl'ti, Itnrdinsburg A. 11. Morris & Son., general mdso.,UIg Spring Navigation on the upper Mississippi have been free from Scrofula from that J. V. Wett, gcnernl store, l'icston W'm. Hill, general jidso., Garrett. had gone to the then truly Lone Star Mi'chcll Si Ilhodes, general mdse., Rbodella. Albion .t Co. general uidse., Sample State of Texas, with such effects as he has been suspended on account of ice. T. A. Siziimoiu:, time until now. T. A. Millar, general mdse., Stephenspnrt. S. 0 Frank, genernl uidfo., Mattlngly could get together, having shipped on a The pension appropriation bill has Piedmont, S. C. I.. I). Addison, get ernl mdfe., Adilitun S. M. Ilanningcr. general mdse., West View. A. A. Hicbardson, general inde , Qaifield. Jnnna I.jon, diuggltt, Custer. steamboat said to have very convenient- been presented to Congress, asking for Walker Board, gensral mdse., Unit, Restored Her Health. Mattlngly t llussot, general rmlse., Liyraan. ly arrived and departed between two Si:w,r:i,ooo. Moorman it Heeler, general mdse., (llendeane li. Green, general mdse., Falls nf Hough. For '') years I suffered from lloils, Erydays. Harrison, who had not been sucW. X. Drury, general rodse., Uowleyville. II. II. Brashcar, drugs .t groceries, Irvington. Hon. A. It. Montgomery's Washington W. II. lllcbardion, Brandenburg Webster, sipelas, and other blood affections ; takAdklsson i. Iiydnn, general mdse., cessful in the tobacco business the previ- address is .(): II. street, X. K., WashingW. K. I'nol Sz Co., general mdse.. Constantino. Simonton A Hate, general mdse., I'atesrille. ing during that time great quantities of ous season, had left, and MeCiilloiigh, ton, I). C. Oland .t Miller, general mdse., .lolly. diirerent medicines without deriving any an interested party from Petersburg, Jas. M. lllake, Richardson's Lauding, perceptible relief. Friends induced me Va., was here settling up the business, and Oeo. W. Short (not our George), to try Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) It imfiSf"Meiition. this paper. .lohn W. .Johnson, also of Virginia, had Penrod, have been granted pensions. from the start, and after takproved me arrived to begin business as Harrison's ADDISON, KY. Do not consult anybody, but invest ing several bottles restored my health as successor, and I). 11. Harris, "old reliatwenty-liv- e cents in a bottle of Salvation far as I could hope for at my age, which Is the placo to buy SEWING MACHINE for ble," who had held the fort for some less money than any other place in the country a) Mrs. S. M. Lccm, is now "") years. years as the largest stemmer and dealer Oil. It kills pains! The machifes I sell are equal to any thut &-&AHowling Green, Ky. agents charge from $:I5 to $60 for: I guaranD. C. llreckenridge, it drummer, was in the county, was still here, and it was U " tee them to bo nhat I say or no trade. Agents with him the youth alluded to had robbed of two gold watches while asleep Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases will sny the machine is no account, beat Henderson one night last week. -- ought and cause tho large difference in our prices, but 1 mailed free. obtained a position. figure on this a on everything i bundle, cut It Dr. W. J. IJyrne, Superintendent of The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ha. as low as it can be cut. "My Motto" quick the Central Lunatic Asylum at Anchorsales find small profit. .Mr. (ieo. . one of the old r t isjii?&.i t it wz'.vw- age, has resigned. Dr. K. II. Jones, first Death of Mr. Felix Crutcher, a Two drawer droplecf had built a house near the lower low arm, with nil attachments. $10,50 Wealthy Meade County Farmer. Five drawer droplenf Singer Sewing Mawharf, now occupied by Dr. Smith and assistant, succeeds him. Courier-Journof last Thtirhday chines, high arm, witb all at uchmonts $19.5(1 The Greenville, Ky., was isitetl with a family, but renewed and modernized by Send me a check or the money by register the present owner. Dr. Holmes owned very disastrous lire last Wednesday, one contained the following account of the letter, and I will ship you a machine to any n citizen of part of tho country. V. I of the best business blocks in the town sudden death of a and lived in the property now .Mrs. MMeade county at the Norton Infirmary: being entirely consumed. Respectfully, edea's. Mr. Felix Crutcher, a prominent farmL. I). ADDISON, y ntir r..'. IX Two thousand men were thrown out er of Meade county, died at 5 o'clock Addison, Ky. X. V., last Mr. McPherson, .John C. J'.abbage, V.. of employment at Itoclu-t- er, Inst evening at the Norton Memorial In1'Mier, Lewis Fisher, Willis Ilambleton, week, by the suspension of several large firmary from Hpoplexy. His wife art ' 'LT shoe factories. I. V. Murphy, Joe Smith, Silas Hawrived in the city only a few honrw before Francis M. Ilouser, aged thiity-live- , kins and A. J. Llmore were prominent his death. eitiens of lower Cloverport; and in and Mrs. N. L. Xeeser, aged fifty, and a Mr. Crutcher came here from his vaKiiatteSJLiJtJULegsjriTjnrj'irxESjrreiBL-sBsiiBiBiiiBKBwgJust as the city looks to the country for most of the luxuries used Cloverport proper, on the tipper side of grandmother, eloped from Paducah last Meade county farm on Tuesday with a on its tables, so the country must turn to the city for those conventhe creek, Col. D. It. Murray, I. V. Dun- week and were married. lot of hojjs. Thehc he sold, receiving can, Sam Iilleixt, John Murray, John house-wif- e. g Chicago has authorized the issue of therefor a check on the Hank of Louis iences which are justly termed luxuries for the (negory, (ieo. II. Cregon, Owen and $.',000,XX) municipal bonds in aid of the ville. Shortly after noon yesterday he City housekeepers have learned to realize that to save time is to John W. Itaitt, Dr. Sebastian, Dr. S. (i. World's Fair, payable in thirty years, or went to the hank to get the check lengthen life. vVott and John Newton were among the before, on ninety days' notice. cashed, intending to return on the evenpMimiiient and active men of the time. The millers of Indiana have organized ing train, lie was subject to attacks, an association for their mutual Interest, and was overcome while the cashier was Among the young ladie- - of that day and an dibit will be made to form a gen- counting out the money. is one of the best known city luxuries and eacli time a cake is used A half-due- u employes cprang to his in wImw society the writer enjoxed eral schedule of prices. an hour is saved. On floors, tables and painted work it acts like a many plea-ahours, were the Mioses Milwaukee elected a Democratic May- assistance, and when his serious condicharm. For scouring pots, pans and metals it has no equal. IF YOUR Cnstoria Is Dr. Sam! Pltolicr'a old, harmless and qnlofr onro for Davis, Sebastian, Witt Murrav, Allen, or last week, so did Vicksburg, Miss., tion was neticed, a conveyance was teleSTOREKEEPER DOES NOT KEEP IT YOU SHOULD INSIST InInfants' and Children's Complaints". Snporlor to Castor OIL KiiiMin ami l.alb-ist- . the latter making a clean sweep" of all phoned for and he was taken to the Parosorio or Narcotic. Syrups. Children cry for Castorla. Mi?" UPON HIS DOING SO, as it always gi es satisfaction and its immense city ollicers, the lirst time in many firmary. It was found that his life could lions of Mothers bless Castorla. not be saved, ami his wife was telesale all over the United States makes it an almost necessary article to ears. Horace Newton, the father ol John S. for. She lives six miles from store. Everything shines after its use, and even the any The Henderson State Line railroad is graphed HI "Fmmen,l Castorla for children's Newton and sisters, and who made the I Hour Btoinacli, DiiirrliOia, bructatlon ; I Vine drove, in Meade county, and arcomplalnts.assuporiortouny prescription about to be revived again. A. II. Fitch, lii- -t settlement I children delight in using it in their attempts to help around the house. Olves healthy sleep ; ulso aids digestion ; at or near the mouth of known to me." l. A. med lieie on the evening train. She Without narcotlo stupefaction. ln So. Oxford Bt., BriSdynVil.Y. Clover creek, had died a few years previ- a distinguished civil engineer, has been went immediately to her husband's bedThe Ckntacu Commut, 77 Murray St., New Tort. Preserve The Liberties of the People. ous, having bought the four lots now over the line recently in the interest of side, but he died two hours If'C.C.C. Certain Cough Cure" is later without by the family ami built the Xew York capitalists. owned The principal thing in President Har- not the best remedy you have ever used recogni.ing her. dwelling bouse in which they reside at When we lellect that so many human The remains will be shipped to his rison's message is a zealous recommenda- for Coughs and Colds your money will present and the store-hous- e tion that the Force bill should be taken on the cor- beings die of Consumption we must come former home this morning, where the be refunded. So Id by J. W. Owen. ner in which he was engaged in mei-- i to the conclusion that everybody should funeral will Single Track. place. The deceased up and pressed through Congress. take haudising. John S. Newton was the be provided with Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup, was Co to J. W. Owen's for "C. C. C. CerThere is little need of any further argun a citizen of Meade counlirst white child born in Cloverport. ment upon this subject. This hill is tain Cough Cure," it cures Coughs, Cold the poor consumptive's friend. 4l b Ml ty, where he had resided during the . Mrs. Mary Phillips, of New Madrid, years of his life. He leaves four simply a revolution. Its one purpose is and all Throat anil Lung Diseases. bright children. .Mr. Crutcher's farm'is to continue the dominant partyin power; Oeorge IiHeist, a man of remarkable Mo., and a former resident of Owens-borPrice, $17. v Kentucky paid in internal revenue r 1 m trM. The Leather. Worlunanslilt) anil Finish are o! was thrown from a wagon by a said to be the finest in Meade county. and to this end its promoters are willing a I'ennsylvanian as honest as the traits, . -the veky vest. to destroy local to over- this year SI 7,030,0 !'. 10 on spirits and todays are long, was the lirst postmaster, runaway team a few days ago and her Only a short time ago he refused an oiler SAVE MONEY BY BUYING DIRECT. throw the lights of citizens and of com- bacco, the largest amount of any State and the ollice remained in the family as neck and back were broken, killing her of L'0,()00 for the property. In addition VTe can sell yon " munities, and to change a republic of free save Illinois. There were oJSO.-llO- j to this he owned other property in the long as either of the three brothers instantly. up. Harness from elections into a concentrated party des- gallons of proof spirits rectified and 0 lived. Attorney General Miller, in his an- vicinity of Vine (irove. He hail always potism. BO up. Road Carts from bushels of malt, i:i,2."j wheat, r barnual report to Congress, says that there been a quiet man, and was not much 8END FOR CATAUOQUE. This scheme should be resi ted deter- ley, 1,440,007 rye, tl,075,8.'M) corn, 2,332 Col. David It. Murray had been among is urgent necessity for the building of a known outside of his county, where he minedly, unyieldingly, uncompromising- oats, and Go bushels of mill feed, making AOME HANUFAOTUEING 00. the number who lirst engaged in busi- I'nited States jail at Louisville, where was greatly respected. ly. ly every Democrat. If necessary, a total of 8,4r9,7.'ll bushels, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. together ness here, conducting a general mer- the number of Federal prisoners is freevery means of delay and obstruction with 1:12,5:1s gallons of molasses used. Eupepsy. chandise business, and dealer in tobacco quently more than one hundred. should be resorted to in Congress. The In addition 184,080 gallons of brandy This is what you ought to have, in and other produce. Of the highest Five negro men were drowned near mischiefs that are sure to ariso from were made. The tobacco factories used fact, you mast have it, to fully enjoy of intelligence, strictly honest and Kvansille, Intl., last week while crosssuch a political revolution are so great up 1(5,822,084 pounds of leaf tobacco, Thousands are searching for it honorable in all his dealings, he estab- ing the river in a skill'. Their names life. ami so grave as to overshadow every while :il,710,0S3 cigars were made in the lished upon an elevated plane the busi- were Hud Walker, .lames Jameson, daily, and mourning because they find it other question. State. The amount of whisky ami branness principles which were the rule of Fielding Clay, Win. Warlield and Stuart not. Thousands upon thousands of dolIt is as pleasant to tho taste as lemon Whatever dillerences of opinion may dy made in Kentucky is equal to about syrup. lars are spent annually by our people in his life, and the impress ot which re- Carter. exist among Democrats concerning other thrco gallons for every man, woman and The smallest infant will take it and the hope that they mav attain this boon. mains to this day. lie died in IK71, afnever know it is medicine. The little town of Auburn, this State, subjects, let there bo unity and child within her borders. Interior JourChildren cry for it. Never falls to ter an active life in public and private, was thrown into a great state of excite- And yet it may be had by all. We concerning cure. this. Preserve the nal. guarantee that Klectrie Hitters, if taken at a lipe old age. Chills once broken will not return. ment oer the existence of live cases of liberties of the people ! Put down tho Tost you only half the price of other according to directions and the use persmall-poTho credit system of doing business developed thee last week. Ilepubliean conspiracy to destroy thoni Chill Tonics. No quinine needed. So pnrgativo Hlain kept a wharf boat at The disease is among the colored people, sisted in, will bring you Good Digestion -- N. Y.Sun. has ruined many good and honest men. iregory it ami oust the demon Dyspepsia and inneeded. A man's good credit has often proved hiH the iipKT landing in connection with a and the doctors say it will not likely Contains no poison. Cheaper than wood yard. Owen Itaitt kept a saddle spiead, as it is fully under their control. stall instead Ktipepsy. We recommend worst enemy and few men find this out quinine. A Successful Revival. Klectrie Hitters for Dyspepsia and all It purifies the blood and removes at1 shop on the corner where he now is, his until it is too late. Too many men often A mysterious and malarial poison from the system, The Owensboro Messenger says : Itev. fatal disease has diseases of Liver, Stomach and Kidneys. brother (Jeorge working with him. broken out among the horses buy It is as large as any dollar tonio an' and mules Sold at 50c. and $1.00 per bottle by Vi. Chas. Uoyster, of Cairo, has just closed a for on credit. They pay higher prices Willis Ilambleton had a store where in several their goods and buy much moro than RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. counties in this State, and W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. very successful revival service at Wolf large store- great Downier & Hamhlcton's 'fiPS.rwitsssf numbers have died from it. An Witt, Hardinshurg, Ky Creek church in Meade county. There they otherwise would, the run of tho acis house now stands, aifd also dealt in to- animal seemingly and the buying runs well and sound is were forty conversions and a portion of count VSlttiBtsiMsMpK -bacco, lie lived on the Daniel corner taken haplutzzard until the end of the year and with something like the "blind these professed santifleation. Mr. ltoyster And A Force Sill Menage It was. COBNKMTILLE, Mil., jii 1.1'si opposite Itaitt's. 1'. V. Duncan clerked staggers" and in a few then the account is surprisingly large, iiiL S3SP?i3?Msjr iJsIskS Paaia MioicinimeCoM Pari, Teon.ivonrDw. 12, 1833. hours is dead. Please tu4 thrtw dozen af Those who know President Harrison found the people at Wolf Creek divided and one has bought Gro?e Tute for him and afterward went into busileai Cbltl Tonic. I wu leued with tho lot from jou a third more than No one seems to know what it is, or a understand that it is perfettly useless to by a bitter dissension. They had underIan ummer. The peopb wtrt delighted wtih It. ness on his own account. Joe Smith remedy for it. In Logan he would have dono had ho been paying Chill Toolo to aom ehlMrro who utrt jour county over advise or warn him. He mistakes stub taken togetlior to build a church and, pal ao4 iwtrtbj anl emaciated, bavlnf had chrwiio had a tailor shop opposite the old brick one hundred horses have died chilli for month past, ou of them fur a year, and from it bornness for firmness, and is alllietcd having quarreled, hud left it in an un- up right along, and paid more for them. within thrtt' weeks after UfinnlDf with the Chill Toole tbtj were hale and heart, with red and roar factory. K. Oberdorfer kept store on during the past ten days. The credit system is ruining men every Ubuad llkAaabanii, with a vast conceit of his own wisdom. finished condition. At the close of the day. W, W, 8T1N30.V, M. D. the corner now occupied as a bakery by Iowa Index. Mr. F.ugene Nail, an old and pioini-neThe chances are that he will appeltl to meeting all of tho warring elements had ISY I'Oli SAl.lS Hallman, then an old brick building. citizen of Owensboro, ami a broth- Congress to pass the Force bill, and that been harmonized. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. The old Pate brick building stood on the IBS. --A-. er of Mr. I. II. Xall, editor of the Farm- Congress will refuse to follow his advice. corner at the lower wharf on which the It was just an ordinary scrap of wrapMrs. Henry Ward Needier grows more ers' Home Journal, died last week. lie Harrison is already at a sad discount, CLOVERPORT, KY tobacco warehouse of Skillman it Co. is beautiful as advancing years anil grow- - ping paper, but it saved her life. She bad been an invalid for a long time, and even among Hepublicans. A Force-hil- l now built. John W. Johnson afterward was in tho last stages: of consumption, ring feebleness takes possession of her. had a store here, managed by Mr. Keen, his death was not unexpected. He was message would degrade the popular She sits in a beautiful bay window sur- told by physicians tlint she was incurablo in his year. estimate ofx him still further. Macon who was taken sick and died near ! rounded by birds and (lowers, and and could livo only a short time; sho The appraisers of the estate of William Telegraph. while out buying tobacco for dreams of the days when she anil "Hen- weighed less than seventy pounds. On Mr. Johnson. Judge Ilabbage's saddle lleilman, F.vansvillc, Ind., have made ry" were struggling along in a little a piece of wrapping paper sho read of Bring on the Lymph. shop stood in the street tieni what is their report. The value of all of his Western village, trying to keep tho pot Dr. King's Xew Discovery, and got a If it is true that Dr. Koch has discoverJfesVHX aJnKu now Fisher's corner. The hotels were property except his real estate is$l,0.'H,-2(i'-'.S& boiling and the sermons written. Utit sample bottle ; it helped her, sho bought Furniture in I lis real estate is estimated at a ed a suro curo for galloping consumpthe Kxchange, kept by K. Fisher, and those wero long ago days! Now, though n large bottle, it helped her more, bought Murray's Hotel, kept by John Murray, half a million more. Among his notes tion, the g. o. p. should send for the in comparative poverty, Mrs. another and grow hotter fast, continued endless varieHeeeher the, old buildings of which ate still is one signed by W. W. Dudley for doctor nt once. With such bacteria as its use and is now strong, healthy, rosy, Quay, Dudley, Foster, McKinley and has enough business engagements to plump, weighing 140 pounds. For fuller ty. I am now S 1,080. standing. keep her from actual want, and if she Heed working on its inwards, tho g. o. p. back at my old The lirst annual meeting of the Concould fill one-hathe orders that come particulars send stamp to W. II. Cole, Druggist,-For- t necticut Farmers' League was held at is in danger of immediate dissolution. to Smith. Trial Bottles of stand and Cnclo Jack Haynes, a remarkable rey her she would be a rich woman. No one is anxious to have it revived, man, and one of the most energetic of Hartford last week. The resolutions de- but what publishing linn in the country has this wondeiful Discovery Free nt (1. AV. spectfully solicit a proof it would bo of Koch's Ills day, nt one time connected in busi- mand State insurance against fire, and success. Cleveland Plain asked her to write tho life of her dead Short's, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Dealer. laws compelling large to the patronage of ness with Col. Murray, had moved to husband, but owing to her poor health Witt's, Hardinshurg, Ky. sell sullicicnt land on eafy terms and nt Ohio county, near what is now known the public. she has refused them nil. Kx. do to J. W. Owoii'h for "C. C. C. CerI Tho man who has won a now tsuit'on as Willis' Mill, and embarked in the assessed valuation, to any one desiring tain Cough Curo." It cures Coughs, Colds to earn a livelihood. mercantile business. He was known as "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," the tho election is perfectly satisfied with and all Throat and Lung Diseases. Another Silver Hill has been intromost pleasant to take of all Fever and the clothes of. the campaign. the hardest rider in the county, and alIf "C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure," is ways kept good kmMIo horses. Of him duced in Congress by-- Senator Stewart. Ague ltemcdies. Warranted to cure not tho best remedy you hnvo ever used f C0TP.C1 rfor btlnff na1o John It Chills and Fever. Sold by J, W. Owen. it Jh related tlnCt after purchasing u stock It provides for the free and unlimited for Coughs anil Colds your !HMlHlu,lrojr,.WtMoili fur ua, l.ratlrr, jh.ii iitr uut tusk m mu(h,tut h rn money will J lie al- use of silver as money, and repeals the muIi of goods In Louisville, whfthcr Uoit tttriru rromtftio Honest Goods. Fair Pealing. Honest Prices. llobcrtson & Jones, Jonesboro, Ark., ly t ilt t JUa lutli Mtn, Mail, and titor any ti)ouro Sold by J. W, Owen. all art. lu ways went on horsebuck, ho attended to law limiting the purchase of bullion and be refunded,' irlvf merit i, )uuancomniruraai Uoiuf,r1r. write: C. C. C. Certain Chill Curo gives tl ti I If f llieui a n f,(nnnliil' hir all jvur ltm.orbara luomtnu onl Snipping ll.. UII u Bicjunowai, uuuuiitu I requites the Secretary to purchase all lltawbtk AllUntw (Jrral ir blltkl S.M.K A thoroughbred Fon Herkfhirc universal satisfaction." Pleasant to take. stipulated tvtrywnrktr atari too, rurnUhla his bill of lading just before the boat's silver bullion offered at ASM.V, HCtkMLY lanC vrrylMnr. ..i. i !...! im hit .i..i i wuen uskcii i... it... nn ii itt.t 1'AKriLX'I.AKS HIKK. Addrtaa at one a, brood sow. J. D. Habbage. No cure, no pay. Sold by ,T. W. Owen. ilCIKtniire, anil If you want Queensware at reduced prlcea, call on JOHN D. BABBAGE. 10, IUKTUXU, MAUL lUMJJf imii I Breckenridge News, f , who would bo nt Cloverport to receive them, replied, "1 will be there," and, true to his word, rode to the wharf here as the boat rounded in. UNION NATIONAL BANK DR. ELLIOTT'S : 18QO V FRANK S.COOK T , x' Medicated Food, ?. jJiilJlu, ATU HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs SHIFaLES, DOOHS, Ober-dorfera- SASH &c ZBLIIDTIDS! Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET., 15th & 16th STS., ri S bit LOUISVILLE, KY. L. D. ADDISON'S ' W m y W&rt'rrffaS1; jr-- eiti-zen- s, iMiMMmLr, M-- wmwm-& well-know- ItHWfe yEVXisVILLEtlND. A CSTY LUXURY. hard-workin- JMW s'' What is H AN I HK I A Strap ut well-suppli- well-know- fifty- HARNESS. -- -four A ' Oil),-:W- at $6.00 $9. Yi l4 or-d- GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC x ! X n t?i WARRANTED C 1 chM-k- i nt J PISHBB, fifty-secon- d liar-dinsbu- HERE WE AHE AGAIF 7. lf F.v-er- laud-holde- 1 jS FURNITURE, UNDERTAKER A LiV JH