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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890121701_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. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL. XV. m 'T?,T "T-i- "'r CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1890. NO. 21 pi a We want to spread news wherever Flour is sumed that jn 2 DODBL By ARDENNE3 J0NE8-P0STEB. UUTO "What put that thought into your little head?" ho laughed. "Besides, this will dispel your presentment," and he handed mo n letter addressed to him, received that morning, postmarked Stockholm. I read it. Ivan Trolsky: Sin As I have failed to get an answer to uy letter to Mile. Cesca Melln, I have my fears that sho might not have received It. I believe that she still remains In America. If you should see her kindly Ray that I made no effort to arrange her business affairs, and that her securities still remain with her solicitors. My brldo and I start for a tour of Norway Please glvp my best wishes to Mile. Melln, for whom I hope the of life's blessings. Most sincerely, richest fflopvrlnlit by American Tress Association.) the con- Sly heart, torn with tlio nnguisu or my own sad life, I could only sob and weep over it. And then, as often a woman will do, I tried to lull my sorrow to sleep by the strains of melody. And as I played softly I followed the lines of that plaintive son, "Drifting Apart," that I remembered having read in "Broken Barriers": Drifting opart! as tbo cruel shades Of tho years rise up 'twixt you and mo! Drifting-aparttwo separate tides Carry in ou"t o'er tbo. wide, wild seal Drifting apart! for another's lovo Hath Minded you to the love I planned. Drifting apnrt! for that alien lore Ilath frozen your heart and chilled your hand. Drifting! Drifting and further astray! Hy God! will we ever again one day Meet In tlip passion of life's hottest fray, And love, as w o did, In tho good old way? Olef Meun. And so I dried my eyes and sot' another Deal of hate upon my heart, to lock out foroverfho imago of him who in my girl days I had learned to lovel CHAPTER V. None Such is the Flour for ChrUtmas Cake, and all occasions that demand something fancy and reliable. It is the best Patent We Flour on the market. make no exceptions. v The same is true of everything we manufacture. lowest. Quali- ty unsurpassed and prices the If you want one Write us and barrel or a car load we can supply you. ' you prices. we will call on you or (note IRVINGTON, KY. If Yen lav i'otoer, you can be relieved are Inflamed, Lad: of Strength or CONSUMPTION GOTGHonSOLD BRONCHITIS Throat Affectlcn Wasting of Flesh SCROFULA Or any Disease tclttre the Xltroatand Lungs Kerve and Cured by SCOTT'S EMULSION PURE COD LIVER OIL Ask for Scott' Emulsion, and let no planation or solicitation Induce you accept OF With Hypophosphltes. PALATABLE AS MILK. ex- ( a substitute. Sold by all Druggists. SOOTT & OOWNE.Chemlsts, N.Y. rasa FRUIT-TR- EES lOO.OOO Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherry, &c. Full lino of Bmall Fruits for Fall 1890. Write for Bpecial prices on lots. It will pay you to buy your trees at homo. All stock warranted true to name. W. S. ASHBY. CLOVERPORT, KY. B Dr. BULL'S HP I 01 HUT facilitates Teething tx alldrugglata.Prlcagicts. CSS flAstt:COUGH EB Consumption, &yjf nnclro- - li I 9 C Cures Coughs, Colds, i3UUL 9 Bronchitis, Croup, I jl Ifc. W liores C'onsumptiv.3 W persons. Prico Si ots. 1 1 a!l dr-gglst- O I Havo your Job work done nt this ofllco COOC. CO I ht In ln1 Yf John W y i uuk fur ua. l:radt r, flood m ln,1 rujr,N mny ran mak much but nek ytrtiqiitckl Itotv to rain from fft to and imi !Ua ilayal fo , lit nay rt of on. JtiHb Mtrt all AratrUa, yonritieviniiituroat bwrua kIv inf all our ilbitr r luomtDiaoahrto lb woik. All U new, Crfit y ftl'IlK for CTrr wurktr. W atari you, fornlahlnr ii tr IUirt, VAllnvvLAto FUSE. Address il Mr. "Olef!" The sun uiwn tho third Sunday in Juno had gold tinged nature's sweetest garb. I have never witnessed a more perfect dawn. 'And it was the lwanty of that morning that caused Ivan to invito Irene and mo to take a run over the Palisades. Ivan had been making n day Present. of it every Sabbath for a month past, descriptions of tho scenes had so and his awakened us to the anticipation of a jolly outing that Ireno and I gladly consented to go. Ten o'clock found us high upon the cliffs overlooking tho grand old Hudson. Wc have the best and finest It must have been an hour past midtrade in the South, and among when a cloud, a moro dot, appeared day the best people; that will exlike a freckle upon tho face of tho sun. plain for itself fine goods A nervous breezo sprang up, more active than tho calm, fanning wind of makes fine trade, and makes tho morning. The cloud cast a shadow it necessary for us to keep the upon tho treetop, and for a moment its best, largest and finest variety limbs formed tho outlines of a double of Household (Jooils on eer cross upon tho whito cloth beneath our selected from. littlo banquet. I started as ono out of a dream and looked at Ivnn. My faco B must havo been as colorless as tho spread, asked if I were ill. for ho "Look!" I exclaimed. "That donbl. cross!" AND Ho seemed not to understand. "It is only a shadow," ho said. GET YOUR PRESENTS. "But onco before I saw it. Don't you remember upon tho back of my letWc will give to any one ter?" bringing this advertisement Ho laughed outright, called mo a foolwith them a handsome I ish woman and told mo that I must not Frame or a Fancv Wall cling to superstitions. Pocket, with a purchase of "A strange trait, that, with tho Swedish peoplo," ho added. "They swear FIVE DOLLAK.S WUKTI1 by signs. Why, upon my word, Cesca, if you go on like this you will be telling us that you seo somo of thoso funny lit tlo men popping out of tho rocks yonder, akin to thoso that your Swedish peasants Black Si Co., declare dwell in tho forest. And while I think about it, Rip Van Winkle's littlo gnomes did use to play at tenpins not 219, 22', 223, 225 and 227 far up tho river over in Sleepy Hollow, you know," he jested. W. Jefferson Street. Ho had no sooner spoken than a huge, thick cloud flung its black mantel over pledges'." tho faco of the sun. Tho wind aroso, "And you are ashamed of them, my higher, madder, faster. Tho waters of the darling?" t. Hudson rose and pranced and stood tmtmiMnnwTMDr "Not oh, no, Ivan. Only I am a creaA great, roaring noise of threat ture o,f such silly suspicions. My nation and chaos filled, tho air, deafening in its my dear Swedish people are feoine-hoforce. The waters below dashed and imbued more or lesn with n belief foamed. Small sails were picked up, in 'eerio thingx,' as tho Scots say. It tossed and hurled shoreward. may bo u fault, but it was born in me. Tho outing parties mado for tho shelEven when I was a child my old nurse ter of cafes and tho village near by. used to tell mo talos of strange gnomes Confusion reigned. Tho sky grow dark and hobgoblins, saying that they swarmblack. Tho imps of evil seemed to rise You will find ed about us, and tho lesson seems to have out of tho very earth beneath our followed mo. So do not chido mel" feet. Agonts of fury and warning danHis answer was that which he always gled from tho sky. A brilliant flash of gave when I pleaded for grace. lightning crossed tho scene, quickly Ho kissed me. followed by a crash of thunder. I clung Tho shadowy figure had faded into to Irene, who was quaking with fright. space. Tho flash had told me that Ivan was Of all kinds and Prices. As it was his custom to confide all of deathly pale. his littlo adventures to me, ho found it "Too lato to movo now!" was all that quite in his turn of funcies one evening he could say. TIIU K.ND. to relate a little incident that had that "But it is hardly upon us. Wo might morning leaped into his life. It hap- roach the nCarebt cafe. Besides, this The Parting of the Ways. pened fully a fortnight after my receipt tree is a dangerous conductor," I proof Olef s letter. Ivan liad returned homo tested. Wilkins nnd Watkins were college Of Every Description. long after his usual hour." "Tho wholo sceno is shrouded," he chums and close friends. They had "What kept you so long, Ivan?" I asked whispered. "Wo are as safe horo as been hard students and had taken littlo PUMPS, as ho came down to dinner. exercise. When thoy shook most peculiar circumstance, my direction out-doAnother flash came! In the "A G BOSS-CU- T SAWS, nt the end of darling Cesca," ho answered. "I was of tho bushes to tho west I noticed a hands and said good-bypassing along Broadway, near Canal figuro stealing'toward us a woman. their collego career, thoy wero in imstreet, to my offlco when a young man "Look! Sho has lost her way. Come paired health. Both had dyspepsia, livmet me. He carried a traveler's bag in nearer to mo closer, Ivan, closer! I er troubles and troublesomo coughs. MANTLES G BATES, Ids hand and liad evidently just arrived fear! I tremble!" I cried, ns ho clasped Wilkins had plenty of money, and deKinds. Of from a journey. As our eyes clashed ho me in his arms. But tho woman only stopped suddenly, shocked, it seemed, by quickened her pace, which wo discov- cided to travel for his health. Watkins must go to work for my Agent for Henry Diston & Son, a momentary pang in his head vertigo ered by tho frequent flashes of light. was poor. "I toward us. living," said ho, "but I'll try the renio-d- y Saws. Helting, &c, &c. it looked like to mothrow up his hand, Faster and faster she ran that Robiuson talks 60 much about quickly passed his fingers over his brow, Irene, becoming inconsolable, rushed off Iron Roofing for Sale or put on Dr. Pierce's Goldon Medical Discovery." clutched at his throat as if ho would tear to tho nearest cafe. Tho woman was now upon us! For open his collar to relievo a strangling In less than two years Wilkins camo the building. Also you can get Beusation, and losing consciousness he an instant n bright flash illuminated tho home in his eoflln. Watkins, now in in the Tin, Copper reeled and fell. As ho camo to the spot. I looked; I saw a face. tho prime of life, is a bank president, anything made ground I supported him, and with tho Great God! Vera! rich and respected, and weighs 200 nnd Sheet Iron line. "Ivan!" I cried. "Do you see! A old of a passerby wo carried him to a pounds. "Tho 'Golden Medical Discovlittlo shop in Canal street. But as he did spirit! Her spectro! Vera's ghost!" 4F"Guns and Pistols repaired. Tho man strove to speak. His tonguo ery saved my life at a critical time," he not survive I had him conveyed to tho hospital." was lashed to the roof of his mouth. He often says. "Oh, if poor Wilkins had "But that did not keep you all day. moved confronted her, tho phantom only tried it I " For weak lungs, spitL. Come, Ivan, confess now." like figure, as a daredevil might faco a ting of blood, all lingering coughs, and "Ah," ho answered, "it took up three harbinger of death! CLOVERPORT, KY. consumption in its early stages, it is an or four hours of my timo, and as m "At last!" tho woman cried. unequaled remedy. ofllco duties requiro a measured amount "Vera!" screamed Ivan, and fell nion of attention each day I was obliged to his knees beforo her. Btop thero until I got through with my "It is hero that I find you!" sho conThe Cnnnelton T'nquirer nays ; "Capt. tinued. correspondence." ! "I havo tracked you many John Kigeiiiiuuin Is constructing tho times, thinking that you wero but build- now banking room in tho rearof Sul.er's I accepted his explanation. For (ale at a bargain, Fifty (SO) ncrei of "But tho man's name?" I added. "You ing our plans as wo agreed." store, and ho intends to mako a very good land three miles from Clovernort, Ky., did learn that?" "As who agreed?" Ivan cried. a mile from the L., St. h. & T. It. It. "You, Ivan Trolsky, my husband, ond handsome thing of it. Besides contain"How could I? Ho had not come to For particulars ajiiron his senses when I left him." I, Vera, "your wife!" sho answered, as ing all tho modern conveniences, it will H0BT. E. WOODS. "But ho must havo carried papers?" her hot temper fired hor. "Yes, as wo be thoroughlyflrc nnd burglar proof. Tho Ordinance 001o, War Department, "If ho did thoy wero locked in his bag." ngreed! 1 havo crossed yonr path a Bcoro work is being pushed nnd jt is oxjiected Waiuimiton, D. 0. of times. Under tho park trco I heard you that it will bo ready for business in a "How old was ho?" "Perhaps plight your troth. In tho lover's seat I very short timo. Mr. S. L. Sulzer will "American?" have heard your passionate words of can ht tarnnl at our SKIT Una of work. love. I havo watched and waited pa- be at tho head of this banking company, "A foreigner, I fancy." raJ.l a itj hoiiurablr. hy tbou of eli lit r t.iouuror UJ.aml lit ihrlr "A foreignorl" I cried. My head tiently, believing that you but schemed and will devote his entire timo to its Any otiilHatUWa.MltrrrrtriiifVlltr. kav to Irani. nivtan da reeled. "What if it had been but such as wo had promised. But now yon have management. The namo of tho bank WarumUhcvfrytltliiiT, WaaUrt you.thm Hoik. Yvurandaroia No risk. your tMra innuiruit, or all your lima to tha work, TltU la an nonsensol It could not have been Olef I gone too far. Your words aro no longer will bo announced in duo time." rtitlrtt iiw nd,aiiil brlum w oiidvtfUl am ca la ttrry wot kcr iMHnittra ara aantliif from to f iO pc wk and upward, You know Olef, of course! You wero empty sounds. You love that girl! Ah, and bwraatUr a IUilaeiirtnea. ttaran (Untlth yeutUa born next door to him, or ho to you, deny it not! Trust to a womun's eyes to tritnrr tUKK. NoaiMcaio tttdaln hart. Full Fine Christmas goods at Uabbago's. batio kukk. xiti?i:b:o.liUitiTil jui&k. read tlmiwrfidy in a man's heart!" rather " For tho first time sinco my arrival in America nearly ono year now my Undo Ivan began to show me warm attention. And embittered, weighed down, galled by Olcfs cruel lotter, I had lot myself drift into closer communion with Ivan, and yes, I confess it to avenge the past I had given him to understand that his ministry waa not wholly rejected. IIo was not too old thirty-seveI seventeen. From the moment of Vera'st sad death Ivan liad taken every precaution to throw about mo tho barriers of protection, in order that any possiblo attempts to criticise my abodo at his houso might bo set at rest. Ho had engaged an elderly housekeeper, in addition to whom I had induced ono of tho young women from the Conservatoire to make her homo with mo. "Wo walked n good bit, Ivan and I. And by this timo Ids affection had grown to fire. It was no moro assumption, that lovo of Ivan's. Ho was deeply in earnest. I am not tho woman to read a man's heart amiss. The namo of his wife, Vera, had faded into a mere memory now, and I received cortain proofs that Ivan would havo stripped his heart of all else in tho world for mo. "What were those proofs?" you ask. Oh, that is but for a woman to understand. I must say that I returned tho passion measure for measure. I had come to honor, respect and lovo Ivan. His image grew daily brighter and holier in my heart. And as we walked together, wrapped in ono another's confidence, tho very soul of joy lighted our pathway. Of courso Irene, my companion, had noticed it. She seemed astonished at our mutual affection. "Why, you nro undo and niece blood relatives!'' she exclaimed one day. "Bless you, no; not blood relatives. Ivan is my uncle by marriage, and only great-greundo at that, his wifo having been great aunt to my mother." Ono night and onco again, as we walked beneath tho heavy screen of the park trees, a shadow fell in front of us tlw figure of a woman, it appeared to me and ns quickly did it flit away again. I remember having twico remarked it to Ivan. Oa tho second occasion tho shadow came just as wo wero replig'.iting our troth and naming the day. I started, considerably frightened, van calmed me. "It was nothing," ho remarked; "only a branch of that tall tree swinging across our path." "But if it had been if it could have understood if it could havo spoken that shadow would have heard our n, up-righ- w . "Vera!" ho protestodj aslcrept further into tho shade to iniss tho flash of her ' temjicr. "Out upon it!" sho exclaimed. "Tho farce has gono far enough! You would havo mado it tragedy! Oh, I know! The girl's failing health but a few weeks back, her discovery of her weakness, your attempts to poison her! It is too true! And where is ttio stranger yon found fainting in tho street? Olef where is he'." "God! Olef!" I screlimed, as tho frightful truth all darted to my brain. "Tho stranger, the accident, the hospital!" I bent my tortured heart to listen. "Whero is he?" sho repeated. "You havo told mo in your letters the forcible detention of Olef nt your friend's houso now confess it! And the that you stolo from his bag and sent to mc! Ah! yon would would have killed tho girl for her fortune, as we ngreedl But your heart.even blacker than mine, turned false to your wife! You ruined tho plot by yonr perfidy! Jeal ousy drives mo to confess it! You loved her! I am hero to avenge tho wrong! You would havo wrought a tragedy till your mind turned topsy-turvand then you would have wed tho girl, deceiving her into the lielief that I was dead! But now it is my turn! We will end it here! Aye, and with a tragedy indeed Now pay for yom sins!" And with the stout arms of a maniac Vera bound him in his tracks; then with giant force he pushed him to the cliff. My heart stood still! Tho ground whirled! At last Ivan found his iqeech. "Woman! what would you do?" nnd he struggled with her as one of his feet slipped over tho rock. He was falling! "Vera!" ho gasped. "No words, man! Over, I say!" And as sho gathered strength to forea him down ho clutched a bush. "Your false lying tongue shall deceive no more1 Down!" "Stop!" . ;tj out n voice, and to Ivan'e aid came a strong arm, dragging him back to tho grei:i turf, wheiv lis lay exhausted and hpcechles). Tho dense clouds hung heavier. A tremendous flood of fire swept down. A deafening crash instantly followed and a hewn bolt of thunder fell at our feet Tho ragged clouds parted. Tho light swung over tho scone. "Olef!" And I le.".ped into thonrnn of my l,o lover! "Yourworthlesj lif j ij spared you cried Vera t j Ivan. But h upok not. Tho sun broke forth from th ed;;. of a ragged cloud, sliming 'over the upturned faco of tho defenseless man Wo looked. Vera had been talking to tho dead! Tho forked light had left tho beared mark of a doublo cross upon his brow! "Cesca dear, can you not speak?" cried Olef. "Yes, that is nil that I can do. Yon find mo here, tho withered bush that y:; havo made me a heart without a green leaf upon its twigs; a'dend tree, upon which you hung your cruel letter, your message of adieu, your declaration to become tho husband of another!" "Cesca!" was all tho protest that ho could make. "Cesca!" . cried Vera. "It was my wickedness! It was I who wrote my own death letter. I went to Stockholm. and from ono of Olefs letters that he had sent to you, forwarded back to Sweden to mo by Ivan Trolsky, I forged Olefs hand; and that Ivan might recognize it I marked tho letter with tho "double cross," as understood between us. It was I who sent the cable dispatch and the last letter to Ivan, signed 'Olef.' I released him from his bondage with Ivan's false friends nnd tho old housekeeper told ns where you wero today. I saved your securities. They are hero," she concluded, handing me a packet. Tho sun beamed brighter. Tho freshened trees and grasses held up their green heads with pride as they drank from nature's Cup. Tho daisies never looked moro beautiful. I saw tho fond, dead hopes of tho past spring into now life. Tho birds sang again their sweet carols as my boy lover's hand crept into mino and our fond lips met. "You have not forgotten!" I cried. "Nej, min lilla kara Cesca, I havo nover forgotten! 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Orders accompanied by cash promptly tilled. all HAHDIFSBURG Capital Stock $25,000. 4 WILL MILLElt, Viccl're.ident. M. II, BEABD, Ca.hler. G. V. BBAKD MOBBIS KSKKIIM1K B. M. JOLLY. B. P. BEABD. lWdont. WJmjBZr THE i ir jemes-j- r BEST DirecUra. ON T - XaV eWjsfir J. MILLER, INTEREST PAID TIKE DEPOSITS. MEDICINE QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. LIVER CHILL CUffE. CIIKAl'ES'f MEDICINE jtKOITW CONSIDERING ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. RARE BARGAIN one-ha- lf DYSPEPSIA. BILIOUSNESS, All persona Indebted to tho eitnte of J. 0. AND CHBONIO CONSTir-ATION-. Boot, decerned, uro hereby notified to oome bold, forward nnd aottlo immediately. Parties C. C. log clalma ngainat tho catate are also requested to bring them forward, properly proven fur 0RUOOI8T settlement. NEXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE. SALE OP MILL, U0IL15B, KN'(1INE,A0. Cloverport. Ky I will offer for la'e to the highest bidder, on Saturday, December 13th, 1890, at 2 o'clock p. m., on tho premlres near Union Stur, a Saw Terms cash or a At Addison, a blacksmith with family. Mill, Boiler and Engine. Simp three months note with approved security. and houso all ready for occupancy, A rare opJ. II. Lay, Administrator portunity for the right man. J. Q. Boot, Deceased, L. D.ADDISON, IT "WTXJJ ALSO OUHH MARTIN, WANTED MONEY: TrarInlhlruwnlra)Ulca.wlitytrrlhjl1vc, in $3000i i:,f, AlIi:., 1 tun irad ram Ifart in ralrljr ItilrMlfrrnl luutrtUklolrifflj Tbvuftaad lranil. No dUltlrl or tuunlf, 1 tiaf alrt aJjr UUftit ami pruiMnl wllb tiMl.li.t-u- a nantlir, w ha art makJua; ettr 3tKWI a;rarntlt It ml NOIjllft. lull iMMlrulara Vlt IlII. Adsliraa al ultra. Irum aacti w hi ma lion or tniMijniMi,iii Miwitav tut maimlrw I dctira Im una m orkrr Itollin a ttllUlttrumUh u rau i ual nittuuni, alMJt? r ally qukhlr m'tiuOUltrii ud Millr.Biid Mho. woik liutualrioiiilT ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. al ooma forward and settle Immediately F Satterfleld, deceaaed, are hereby notified tr 1'artic-holding All persons Indebted to the estate of Tho. lr i(i;V IIiik 4UU, Autttiktu, Mu lite. claims agalnat the estate aro alt requested to present them properly proren for sottlemont. CIIAS. V. SATTEUPIELD, Administrator. f mmm&miifr'-to&- - ,, jT-?- : mqgtopm m $mmtm m lyui&AjaiUiJlMlflB KIPPH WP'puMi. M&MWmT " "' ""I'T-g- Breckenridge News. "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER JNO.D.BABDAGE 17, 18P0. HARDINSDURG V. U.I1AIIHAUE DEPARTMENT, BRANDENBURG. John T. A THE INJUNCTION STJlT DECIDED- - CLIFTON MILLS. ... CAST. IMItor Ditto... - Agent & Corresp'nt L. H. & W. TIME TABLE. (lOINfl WKST. I.., St. It. &T. Local Time Card. Mall and Express going Bait ' " West " " East Ki press weal Knit. Local Freight West., Passenger Dally nrr. IIardtnaburg..l2:t3 p.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. .. 7:55 a.tn, " OOINO Quarterly court next Monday. The town is full of Christmas goods. Misses Irene Board and Eva Hensley Ovnu ono hundred convicts wen removed from Frankfort hint week to tin are visiting at Garfield. now iKiiiitcntiary nt Eddyville. Mr. llobt. Guthrie, of Owenslioro, was future: in the city last Sunday. In the opinion of the court it is maniThe tiraiul jury of Ohio county, after a Mrs. Whitehead, of Vine Grove, is fest that this suit is not being prosecuted Hussion of thirteen days, returned one visiting Miss Ella Smith. and was not brought in the interest of indictments. hundred and forty-thre- o tho Ixniisville, Hardiiisburg &. Western The school will close next Wednesday Hallway Company, that it is not being for the Christmas holidays. Old Santa Clans will bo along in a few prosecuted in tho interest of the stockDeniember the supper to be given at days distrihutintf his gifts to both rich holders of said company, but that cerand poor. In these good old Democratic the school house next Saturday. tain individuals who were originally Mr. Hnynes came in last week nnd is times he should certainly come loaded. nominal stockholders and directors of putting up his machinery to bore the said company are using the name of the Ilox. Henry D. MuIIunry, one of the gas well. company as plaintiff for their own inmost prominent and influential members The city council granted Alex West dividual benefit as well as, possibly, for of tho Constitutional Convention, has license to keep a saloon at its meeting tho benefit of what is known as the taxbeen obliged to relinquish his seat in last Friday. ed district through which said railway that body for the time being on account Miss Ola Adkisson's school closed at has been constructed, which includes of illness. Freedom last week, and she came homo the town of Ilardinsburg. there. last Saturday. Whilst the court is of the opinion that The block that burned out has made the promoters of a corporation like this, "Siiic" Wntlion would make a rattling Mr. James Mercer is in Irvington good race for Congress, Hut there's an- settling up the assignee's business of quite a change in the appearance of our in the organization of the company, and street. other race that's more interesting to Addkisson t Lvddau. before nnv stock is issued, can hold the Ship just now than the one for Congress. J. K. Ditto and Tim McAulifi shipped office of director in the company yet after lxnvis lias been making some 100 head of hogs on the packet last They do say that it is made up and the stock has been issued, and the term extensive improvements in his saloon Merit Wins. Ship's elected. Tuesday. for which such directors were originally opposite the court house. We desire to say to our citizens, that E. W.Gary went to Ix;wisport last elected or appointed has expired, and a for years we have been selling Dr. King's We have understood that Mr. McCrack-e- n Tiik United States Senate has under week with the view of moving his shoe new election had, no one who is not a could be induced yet to extend the consideration the Force bill. Demois eligible to the office New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. stockholder then shop there. King's New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica cratic members of that body are making spur down to the Taylor lot. There is some talk of another large of director, and certainly when the stock Salve and Electric Bitters, and have nevMr. C. W. Moorman, strong opiMisition to it, but it is thought salt manufacture going up near here in which had been surscribed for, by certain er bandied remedies that sell as well, or was in the city last Monday this will amount to nothing and that the of the original directors, was transferred the I5ottom. mixing with his old friends. lull will Imj passed before the holidays. them to McCrackcn & Company, the that have given such universal satisfacMessrs. A. Ditto, Sr., Jim Cox and by duties and functions of such per- tion. We do not hesitate to guarantee Mr. I. X. Miller, of Clovorport, was Jack Miller were in Louisville a few powers, them every time, and wo stand ready to Tin: Henderson News, I'ncle Den in the citv Mondav and qualified as sons as directors, ceased, and their office days last week. refund the purchase price, if satisfactory Harrison's paper, after an existence of assignee of J. T. Patterson. became vacant. John Bowling and Jim Miller arc pretwenty-seve- n For these reasons the petition should results do not follow their use. These years, has been suspended. Mrs. Mary Garrett, of Alexis, III., will remedies have won their great popularparing to put up another tin shop on be dismissed. " I'ncle Denny" is one of the oldest arrive here v to spend the winter their old stand. ity purely on their merits. G. AV. Short, Tho court is of tho opinion that the newsiaier men in the State, a splendid with her mother, Mrs. II. C. Hoard. Mr. Thos. II. Ditto and wife (nee Miss defendants McCracken & Company were Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Wilt, Harman and a fine journalist. We read his The Xr.ws is the first to publish the paper with much interest and profit. It railroad opinion. It is an important bit Hosji Moremen) were in Louisville the not bound by what is known as tho sup diiisburg, Ky. fore part of tiie week. they contract. Although is his intention, we understand, to start of news and the public will be interested plemental Report of Stephensport School. a morning daily at some other point in The Louisville Salt Works can't et began work and continued to work after in it. The following is a carefully kept recthe State. The young folks of the city will give an barrels to put their salt in to supply the this paper was discovered, they expressly and unequivocally repudiated it, and ord of the deportment nnd daily recitaentertainment at the City Hall on the orders that are daily coining in. tions of the pupils in the advanced vi mi. or Ohio, (in ok Toi i:ih, '")th. They have a cry attractive proMessrs. Masena Fontaine and Harry it has no consideration to support it so -i of the school at this place foi Dell left Tuesday for Florida, whero far as the defendants are concerned. Fiunk .1. Ciiknm makes oath that lie gram. Tho court also holds that while the mile the month ending Dec. 12, 18!)0: Mr. Win. Dell, accompanied by his they will remain several weeks. - the senior partner of the linn of F. J. Theodore Moseloy, 5)0.12; Eddie contract, as it is termed, is in force and D. W. Lewis was in Dreckenridge Cheney & Co., doing business in the little daughter, lllauche, went to Louiscomplied with yet the court Payne, 115.28; Jimmy Crawford, 1)3.87; lias not been ville Monday to meet his sister-in-lacounty, last week, making preparations City of Toledo, County and State aforecannot determine in this case whether Allie Payne, 90.71; Helen Brashear, to put out an orchard ou his farm. said, and that said firm will pav I lie sum Mrs. Garrett. or not it would be to the interest of the 1)0.22; Delia Perrigo, 80.00; Ida Jarrett, Mr. AV ill Hardin has sold out at Harn-ed- , of ONE HrXDllED DOLLARS for each J. (i. McFarland returned to Louis- louisvillc, Hardiiisburg & Western Rail- 89.28; Arthur Bobbins, 89; Blanche and moved his family to this city, ville to take the general agency of mid every case of Catarrh that cannot be the way Company, that said contract should Moseloy, 88.4 ; Beatrice Madison, 87.33; lie occupies a port ion of Mr. lioht. Smith's Singer Sewing Machine in that city. i nred by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cine. be complied with. This company has Jacie McKaughan, 84; Gracie McCoy, 1'iu.nk J. Ciiknkv. residence. Hon. J. F. Woolfolk, our representa the right to release the contractors from 79.10; Jimmy McKaughan, 75.42; Katie The Hardiiisburg people aie not Sworn to before me and in tive to the Constitutional Convention, doing any part of the work which they Crawford, 05.42; Lena Payne, 94.85; because the railroad suit went my presence, thi- - litli day of December, Larue Barkley, 93.00; Addio McCoy, is at home very sick with typhoid fever. undertook to do, being answerable there against them. They will continue to do 1SSI1. . D. Mr. Ed Guetry returned home from fore to any one, for whose benefit said 905; Zelma Lay, 00.2; Annie AVeather- business at the Kline old place. ' A. V. (ll.KVSON, holt, 89.5; Johnny Jarrett, 89.14; Hoy f Mrs. Eniina Fanshee and children, of the sugar coast in the South last week. contract was made, for any injury that ' ' ' DO (titoli nnd oo. , 1 I itm Hf Soltinj Public. (i nrowu .nicvjunuins, m. iinuuui, He says they have a very fine crop of such violation may bring about to such Meade county, came down on the train 33; Albert McKaughan, 80.85; Ada person or persons. This is a question Hall's Catanh Cine is taken inteinally last Saturday and is visiting her father, cane there this season. Hanks, 83.42; Mary Bobbins, 78.75. and acts directly upon the blood and Mr. M. D. Humphrey, at West View. Dr. J. H. Dowden had to give up his which cannot be considered bore, because There aro others who while at school no one who has aright ti complain is of the systems mucous surfaces Send The county court has been overrun dental practice on account of not having have worked as well as tho ones menlor testimonials free. a late law having been passed complaining. with business of opening new roads for license, Certainly no fraud is shown on tho part tioned here. Thoy, however, have been F. .I.Cin.i i;Co., I'nips., Toledo, O. the convenience of people who wish to requiring all dentists to have license. unavoidably kept out of school a few of the defendants in their acquirement get to stations on the railroad. A numfiVSold by Druggists, 7"c. There are several persons spoken of as days and have in consequence fallen beber of new roads have latelv been estab- probable candidates for the Legislature of the bonds of the taxed district. low an average of 75. Some, even, who For these reasons the plaintiff's petiBEWLEYVILLE. lished. in this county. Hon. Gus W. Hicliard-so- n tion is disinisscd,the injunction dissolved aro mentioned here were absent one or It was repotted here, yesterday that is an announced candidate and a two days. Social duties, work, and the Hiei ill" Severs was in town Satiiiday. the supply of gas at Cloverport had given number of friends of Sherifl John 1). and the defendants adjudged their costs, to all of which the plaintiffs except and unexpected death angel havo all kept goods at the Cash thi Christmas out, and that theie was a mighty hustling Hardin are urging him to make the race. pray an appeal to the Court of Appeals, some of the most deserving from having week. about there last Saturday for coal. Some There was a stranger came over from which is granted. their names nearer the head of tho list. V. Keath spent last week at Cloverporters here last Monday denied W. Indiana last week and sold a horse to Constant application, though, has gained (Signed) T. II. MoBeath, Judge. the rumor, however. home. Tom Curtly. The price lie first asked for them an enviable record on the There will be a supper given at the and the price lie sold it for The "Isiy pieacher" i iliauiu;; huge made the ofmonth's Roll of Honor. Little Roy Resolutions. school house next Saturday night for the ficers ' low ds. suspicion him a horse thief. They who has lately entered school, is Resolutions by tho Methodist Sunday benefit of the school. The proceeds arc started out to arrest him, .Mr. .limes Meicci, Webster, was in but he had school in Cloverpoit, Ky., on the death doing good work, nnd deserves mention. to be applied in purchasing charts, mans. gotten out of the way. town Tuesday. Joel II. Pili!, Teacher. of Gracie Carson: etc., for the use of the school. EveryA billiard club has been organized Miss Lena Drury, of l.odibmg, was at AVhekeas, By the sudden nnd unexbody should attend. A Card. here with about fifteen members, who pected death of our little friend, who home Saturday. The Lalleist lots in Cloverport, sold My family nnd I beg to express our' have bought a table which has been was faithful in her attendance at Sunday-Mr. Charley (iioss, of Melissa, Tec., is by the Master Coniminsioner last Monsincere thnnkfulness and' gratitude to all placed in a room kindly tendered them school, therefore, .it home on a visit. day at the court house door, were knockby .Mr. John Frakes, the popular propriJlewlved, That we feel our loss, taking tho kind friends who so graciously and Mr. Claude Mercer, of Inington, was ed oil' at good prices. One to Ainel etor of the St. Cloud H0tol. The table consolation in tho fact, however, that willingly extended their sympathy and Oele at $AM. One to C. W. Moorman is in town Saturday. only for the use of the club and its God, who does all for ho best, is too assistance in our bereavement and deep One to John Slaton at $101." Call and see our stock of Clui.stinas at guests. sorrow. AVo trust in God's providence wise to err and too good to bo unkind. $17-"- . One to Cajit. Hovd at troods.- - Cash Store. The Fanners' Mutual Benefit AssociaJlenohed, That wo tender our heartfelt ho may bo merciful to them, and that in Mr. V. (J. liabbage, of llaidiiislnii, Like a Oreat Railway tion of Decatur, 111., has requested tho sympathy to the bereaved family, and a similar dispensation thoy may bo as was in town Friday. kindly nttended by their friends as they With its branches running in everv State organization "to fix the day and commend them to God, who will suphavo attended us. Gratefully and earn(Juitc u number of men weie in town direction, are the arteries and veins date for ttikiii" all the cattle, homi nn.l port them in this hour of affliction. estly, which convey the blood to every part of grain on" the market in this month for riday attending court. J. H. Carson. J'emlccd, That a copy of these resoluII. F. Ilasham's sale diew laigc the human system. A cold, sudden twenty days." The object of the move- tions bo furnished tho editor of the Distinguished Hen. changes or exposure, may cause poison- ment is to "corner" the market and ob- DnKCKKNRiDflK News for publication. iowd to town Satiiiday. Governor John Ireland, of Texas; ous acids to clog the circulation, and tain better prices. C.-Miss Nannie Collins, ) Mr. It. M. Jolly, lringtoii, was in .Mr. Stephen Simon P. Hughes, of Arkansas; S. D. Mas. AV. II. Uowmkii, then comes rheumatism. Beware ! If Com. Hardin, of the Little town Friday attending court. J W. C. Brandon, McEnery, Governor of Louisiana : E. B. you value life, remove the obstruction Bend, and Miss Matilda Brown, Paynes-villMr. Wilfe Pennington, bmisvillc, was with Dr. Turner, Judgo U. S. Court; were married at the residence of Druiinnond's Lightning lteni-edI he guest of Col. Ed Dennett, Miss Katio Bowmer left for AVashing-to- n Hubbard, Minister to Japan; Marion Siiiiiiuer-You can get a large bottle at the Sheriff J. I). Hardin, last Wednesday Governor of Texas; AV. City last AVcdnesday, whero she will Martin, at, last week. druggists for $o or it will be sent to you evening at 7 o'clock, by He v. Mr. Morriof Arkansas; spend tho winter with her uncle, Mr. AV. K. Millor, Mr. Charles Sith and family have by prepaid express with a guarantee of son. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hardin invited E. A. Perry, Governor of Florida j AV. 1). of Flordia ; John moved into the hotel formerly upied cure if you send to the Drummond a number of their friends to witness tho G. Sterrett. Her mother, Mrs. AV. II. Bloxham, of Georgia : Alex by II. E. Dasham. Medicine Co., Maiden Line, New marriage and partake of an elegant sup- Bowmer, accompanied her as far as B. Gordon. Governor Episcopal Gregg. Bisiiop of tho Church per tendeied the bride and groom. The Louisville. Mr. Edgar Lewis, of Cincinnati, spent York. and Chancellor of tho University of tho couple left on the down packet for the last week with his sister, Mrs. Edgar South, nnd hundreds of other distinLONG BRANCH. guished men of flio United States in all home of the groom's parents. Dennett, Suiiiincrseat. professions nnd every department of A dastardly whipping and murder ocMiss Nellie McGeliee is expected home Mr. and Mrs. II. E. llasham left Mon-l.- i scienco havo had their sight restored by fiom Pewee Valley to spend the holidays. curred near Wolf Creek, this count v, on for McKiiiney, Tex., where they extho uso of Havvkes' Crystalized Lenses. All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed bv pect to make their home in the flit me. Mrs. Kate llendrick gave a euchre the 1th inst. While W. B. Curl, 'a reG. AV. Short, Cloverport, Ky. They were accompanied by Miss Lucy party to a few guests one night last week. spectable farmer of that vicinity, was reCOMPOUND OTRACTyCW I rank, who will visit Mrs. !. D. Parker Our school will close on Tuesday, the turning homo from Leavenworth early ! that night, ho was seized by five masked nee Miss Cora Meador). 'S.U. The place will then be open for men and after being stripped of alibis Oraiid opening this day at the Cash another good teacher. Store of a large stock of Christmas goods. Several of tho fanners are killing hogs clothes, was tied to a tieo and unmerciAND TO STONE CONTRACTORS That you may be better served, please this week to get their work done in time fully whipped until he became unconscious, in which condition he was left. BUILDERS. come this week and make your selec- to enjoy the holidays. After recovering consciousness he man Sealed proposals will be recelvod up to 12 tions. Great rush expected next week, JohnSullivan.einployooftheKentiicky o'clock noon of the 12th day of January, 1801, but 1 will be prepared, in a measure, for Hock Gas Company, made a flying trip aged to reach home, when a magistrate for furmiblng ail material ana perlorinlng all was sent for nnd Curl informed him that it by having six or more salesmen for to louisvillc. labor necessary for the erection ol a stone jail and briok residence for jailer for Dreckenridge purchase of plain the occasion. The Hock Gus Company being so well he iccognized tlireo of Ills assailants as County, Ky., to be situated on a lot In Ilarand fancy candies, toys, mugs, vases, al- pleased with their last now well, are at John Portlock, Thos. Burgess and Lee dinsburg, Ky. Bowman. Warrants wcro immediately bums, oranges, bananas, raisins, toy pis- work puling down another. They find Will will be received for a building to be ereoted In accordance with plans and specifi tols, Jtoiuun candles, fire crackers, and ready sale for all their gas in J.ouisville. issued for their arrest and placed in the cations prepared by McDonald Bros , of Louishands of Constable Jeromo Massoy, who The Importance of purifying the blood canmany other things too tedious to menMisses Inez Dooley, Fannie Mattingly ville, Ky., or If bidders prefer, tiiey may subnot bo pvereeUmaied, for without pure blood organised a posse and stnrt-e- d mit along with their bids other plans and tion. Deceiving also this week large ad- and Mrs. A. Ditto, Jr., spent Sunday immediately you cannofenjoy good healtlL in pursuit. Tliey found Burgess at specifications for a stone jail and jailor's brick At this season nearly every one nceda a ditions to dry goods, boots and shoes, afternoon with Mr. Lewis, the operator home ach proposition must bo nccom residence. and, surrounding the house, deGood medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich clothing and notion department. Don't at Hock Haven. panted by a certified check for $400, made pay tho blood, and wo ask you to try flood's manded that he surrondor. He immeable to the committee, which check is to be stop to due down the price, for everySeveral of the little children have diately fired through the window Sarsaparilla. It strengthens in ease blddor the nnd thing is marked in jilain fiugres at the written Santa Clans n letter and aro rcUUIIctr and builds up tho system, forfeited ittoshall County enter Intothecontract sub fall to and tnlttlng looking forward to Christmas to have a killed one of tho men named John creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, lowest possible price. So just grab it up give bond for the work If his proposition is Foote. In the excitement following tho great ileal of pleasure. while It eradicates disease. of the value of the work Tho peculiar accepted. and know that you have got it riht. is to be paid for as the work progresses and the combination, proportion, and preparation killing, Burgess inado his escape, and, Cash Store of the vegetable remedies used glre W remainder one year after completion together with Bowman, is now in IndiFor further information bidders are referred Ifood's Barsaparllla pecul-- " I too If ana. Portlock has been arrested and is to said ceminlssloners, and to the reoords of Jar curative powers. No ' O I IS 6 IT Commendable. the Court at Uardinsburg, Ky. The plans now under bond. other medicine has such a record of wonderful All claims not consistent witli the high and specifications of MoDonald Oros., can be cures. If yon have made up your mind to When Baby was tick, we gare her Costoria, seen at the County Clerk's office in Ilardinscharacter of Syrup of Figs are purposely buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do not bo Induced to When she wan a Child, aha cried for Castorla. burg. and at the office of McDonald Ilros., in Dentistry. take any other Instead. It Is a Peculiar avoided by the Cal. Eig Syrup Company. LouliTllle, Ky. When ahe became Miss, ahe clung to Castorla. Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence. Dr. W. S. Taylor, of Ovvensboro, Ky., genii ou the kidney, liver and Itaets The right is resrrved to reject any or all Hood's 8arsaparilla Is sold by all druggists. When ahe bod Children, ahe gare them Castorla. bids. Dy order of County Court. will bo in Hardiiisburg on the 29th of bowels, cleaning tho system effectually, Prepared by C. I, Hood St Co., Lowell, Maw. Morris Hskrldge,' December, and can bo found at tho Len-ni- n but it is not a cure-a- ll and makes no U. w. uearu, 100 D08O8 One Dollar Committee, pretensesions that every bottle will not House. The doctor will remain ono Matthias Miller, substantiate. D. II. Severs, week. Santa Claus at Babbage's. ..10.05 a.m. .vii p.m. .11.19 a.m. 10.05 a.m. ..11.07 a.m. 5.58 p.m. Passenger Dally arr. Hardlmburg.. 8:37 a.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. " .. 4:00 p.m. tilth rhild of Mr. Hoot Stark died last week. Miss Lucy E. Hawlings is visiting in Louisville. Dr. J. M. Hardin returned from !.ouis-vill-e Sunday. Mr. Thomas Griflin shipped a lot of liny last week. .Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Casperke went to Louisville Sunday. Mr. W. P. George moved his family to Louisville last week. Mr. John Bryant is convalescing from an attack of typhoid fever. Miss Jennie Hurley, of Xew Albany, is visiting Miss Lillian Lewis. Corn is too high for tho fanners to hold their hogs for better prices. A. W. Morcmen is rapidly pushing the completion of his new track. Hrof. McAuliffe and wife, Cloverptit, were up Sunday to see their father. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Hawlings, Jr., have returned from a visit to Louisville. Judge Hichardson was in Ixniisville last week. He is thinking of moving Opinion of Judge MoBeath W. V. Miss Lou Galloway is teaching penMcCrackcn & Co. Win the Suit. manship here. The following is the text of the opinBorn to tho wife of Dr. S. T. Park's; ion of Hon. T. H. MoBeath, Circuit Judge, in this famous lawsuit. It will lio seen that the injunction sued out by B. F. Beard nnd others as Directors of tho Louisville, Hardiiisburg & AVcstern Hallway Company is dissolved, their petition dismissed with costs, and Messrs. W. V. McCrackcn & Co. have completely won the suit. An appeal was al lowed, but whether it will bo taken to the Court of Apiwnls is a matter for the Nov. 22, a ten pound boy. L. H. Adkisson's school is progressing splendidly, with fifty pupils. Hobert Owen passed through town this week en route to L. Cashmnn's. M. B. Dent went to Louisville this week to purchase Christmas toys for II. U. Parks. Miss Lcona Adkisson, of Hnnlinsburg, was tho guest of Mrs. II. C. Haddock this week. 8. F. Keys, Lodiburg, killed n wild cat near his father's barn a few days ago the first seen in this vicinity for several years. While tho boys were indulging in a gamo of ball, a few days ago, Ed Skill-ma- n fell and was run over by another boyand broke his arm. Notwithstanding the inclemency of tho weather, quite a number attended church at Walnut Grove, Sunday, whero they heard an eloquent sermon, delivered by Hev. D. Dowden, of Louisville. A. J. Dye nnd brother have purchased a splondid farm, well stocked, nnd situated one mile west of here. A. J. says he must now have a "little wife to feed his chickens and ducks " Now, girls, is the time to wear your sunniest smiles. Success to tho Nkws. '. A 4 W r Railroad At ; . " ,: wt 4 a . cL . - . - m ','.; atti;' ' a ,? krf v Railroad meeting was held Oct. 14th, 1890, and the fol-- " lowing order was made : The main depot of this road shnll be established nt Win. Vest & Sons. The first station of this line shall be staplo and iUncy goods. Free passes will be issued for all stations along the line. 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 A .i. C'lo-vero- the train through, for the stocks are so large and grandj and prices so low they would clog the wheels of the engine. Shawl blanket and underwear junction is no small station on this road nnd is the best place for all who are cold to hop off. Along this line can bo 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 thoy pass. No place will attract young men like shirt, collar and tie station. This road runs through underwear mountain and comes down through dress goods tunnel. The greatest place of all. On either 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 henrietta, and tho crosstics aro of tho handsomest silk. The boot and shoe branch of this line is perfectly immense. Everybody is respectfully invited to call and examine this entire lino. j-- . 1 neb imn, Wm. Vest Sons, Mili-crih- ed 1 .I 1 CLOVEEPORT, KY. SANTA CLAUS Heads the Procession at n, ADDISON'S Where he will hold high carnival, amid such Holiday attractions as were never before seen. Everything any one can wish for -- :Put Your Dollar:- - I J. e, Ex-Go- Wiiere it will do the most good. In addition to our Cyclone of Bargains, we will give a present with every Dollars worth of goods, from December 20th to 25th, also will cancel amount of purchase as usual on our $25.00 cash tickets, which entitles the purchaser, when entirely cancelled to one of our large Genuine ex-Lio- 4S-5- 0 OIL PAINTTWGS. 27x30, elegantly framed in gilt, sold everywhere from $5.00 to $8.00, or will make half i NOTICE dozen Gilt Edge Cabinet Photos of any member of the family, These elegant presents are given away, and H DON'T YOU FORGET IT if Ponnllar One-hs- lf We will sell you goods afc prices which will astonish even the F. M. B. A's. So don't fail to come and put your dollar where it will buy more than any place in the County, at ABBI p Kentucky. Breckenridge Co., Mrs. Geo. C. Dowden, of Brandenburg, Mr. i S. is visiting her brother-in-laMiller. Mr. S. A. Wikcl, General PasHeiigor gciit of the "Texas," was in the city yesterday. Mr. S. V. Conrad and wife will spend the holidays with his father at I.caven-wort- Auditorium, of Dec. 22, Louisville, Ky., Week "Babes in tho Woods." ( hVI'iTTTTiTTTTrri T i 1" 1 T I i H I I I i MJ.LLLL1 iilLL'r l ;3NS - 3& - &- S34S - 3CS'S - h, Ind. D'lluy's Silverware is the prettiest thing you ever saw, go and sec tho beautiful sight. The II. AV. Herndon Company, com mission house, mado an assignment last week. Liabilities $3,000. Mrs. David Block, of Springfield, 111., was visiting relatives in this city last week. She returned home Sunday. L. D. Addison has determined to close out his clothing department. It will pay you to visit him before buying elsewhere. V J.s- - CMOT Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleaanut and refreshing to thotasto, and acts entry yet on tho J liver and promptly cleansesKidneys, Bowels, tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures hahitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind over produced, pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in ite action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it the most popular remedy known. Syrup or Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable drugpist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISC ). CAL. LOUISVILLE, Kr. NEW XOHK, i Jivjry ENTOYS v JTNt 'sims N.t. John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Wm. K. Barnej, Hardinsburg. Attorneys atLaw. Hardinsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. MURRAY & BARNES, Attorney atKY.Law, CLOVEIU'OKT, , R. JT. MILLER, BSrOflieo with I). It. Murray near Post office. Dr. J. Physician and Surgeon, Office over Richardson! M. Clayton, Hardware ttore. OLOVERPORT. KY. J. It. TAYLOR, J. C. BUSH, W. S. TAYLOR. DENTISTS Frodcrica Street, Over Zulaufa Jewelry Store OWENSBORO, KY. J. H. Taylor & Co., Brrckenridge News. WEDNESDAY,. DECEMBER LOCAL BREVITIES. Christmas Cards Sulzer's. Bamboo and Japanese goods S'uler's. Easels, screen frames Sulzer's. Oranges SO cents iloen at Addison's. Dates and dps 10 cent pound at Addison's. Be sure and call fin Fulur and hue Santa Cluas. Go to Addison's for 20 pounds sugar SI. Giis. Gibson of Sample, was in town Saturday. More now Christmas goods arrived at 17, 1890 v. D'lluy's "Stanley's Adventures in 'Africa" for sale at Babbage's. Japanese toys, dolls, paper napkins, lanterns, umbrellas Sulzer's. to-da- iff An elegant lino of Manicure sets, plush Sulzer's. 1'uro candies, now nuts, oranges, bananas. SuIzerV. Dr. C. E. Cox, of Cannelton, was in the city Friday. William R. Sanders, Victoria, has been granted a pension. William Cooper, Louisville, has hud bis pension increased. Mr. Thos. Anderson, of 'Welwter, was ' in town Saturday. The City of Owensboro bad a good trip of passengers up Sunday. 150 per cent, water white coal oil 10 cents a gallon at Addison's. Tho nicest lino of Christinas goods you evor saw is at D'lluy's. Tho cheapest place in tho city for Christmas goods is at D'lluy's. Stick and mixed candy at 10 cents a pound at Addison's. It will pay you to visit L. I). Addison and get your Christmas goods. Mra. Henry Waggoner is dangerously siek at her homo at Hitcs Run. Mrs. II. V. Duncan went to Louisville Sunday on the City of Owensboro. Good old fashion sugar house molasses at 24 cents per gallon at Addison's. Mr. J. R. Jarboo, keeporof tho County Poor-houswas in tho city last week. A fine article of New Orleans molasses for 35 cents per gallon at Addison's. Why not save 23 per cent, by visiting L. D. Addison's emporium of bargains. D'lluy's lino of Christmas goods is said to bo the finest over brought to this city. Mr. John Morris Gregory and family have moved back to town from Fords-vill- and silver. ' Mr. Wm. Witt had a slight stroke of Clothing. Every child will endeavor to make friends of this bringcr of paralysis last week from which bo feil in tho fire, burning his head very badly. jo and happiness. Mr. J. R. Steel paused through this "enroute city Saturday with his saw-mil- l, to tho Hale tract of land on Blackford H Creek. It is dangerous to neglect catarrh, for it leads to bronchitis and consumption. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures catarrh in all Is the biggest man in town just now, and recognizing the h forms. unusual demand there will be for his services, we have letaincd j? Mr. W. E. Martin went to Owensboro M last week to lay in a stock of groceries. . E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. MP S. .1 !ll uc ...! ....!.. ... mum iiiui Itic win l. luuiitiI cuiisuuiu v iti uiii C. oiuic iioin iiuw un He has opened up in tholiousc formerly I I I i I i I i i i I I I, M-i I i j occupied by J. W. McMillcn. til December 2.1th at midnight. For Salk. A splendid vacant lot on He lias our Holiday Slock diiecth in chaige. and will be High and Second streets, opposite W. glad to sci c you all II. Bo Winer's residence. Apply at onco to A. A. Lallcist. G. W. Ingalls & Co., a Boston shoe firm, failed last week for $200,000 and Whittcn, Burdette it Young, Boston clothiers, for over $1,000,000. Leo. Hinton, from the Tar Fork neigh- Of 1X511(1011. borhood, was in town yesterday and says The ballet will employ 100 persons, 9 the horses out there are all dying with the and is under the direction of ono of tho new disease that is in tho country. famed ballet masters of London, and If "C. C. C. Certain Cough Curo" is this feature of the production will be not tho best remedy you have ever used exceptionally fine. Of tho spectacular ! for Coughs and Colds your money will effects and tho many stage illusions Sold by J. W. Owen. be refunded. which will bo utilized in "Tho Babes in The Washington correspondent of the tho Woods," it is not possible in limited Courier-Journsays: Miss Katie Bow-me- r, space to give any clear idea. It is suffof Cloverport, is visiting relatives icient to say, that the marvelous and in tho city, with Mr. and Mrs. Iglehart, hitherto "untaxed resources ot tho great of Evansville. She dined with Mrs. Har- Auditorium stage will be for the first time utilized to tho fullest extent, and rison this evening. ef" J. T. I'atterson, w ho has been in the some features connected therewith that some- have never yet been mado public will grocery business in tins city for thing over a year, made an assignment bo for the first timo drawn into use. "The Babes in the Woods" opened its for the benefit of his creditors last Friday. Liabilities about $800. Assets be- first engagement in this country at the tween $300 and $000. R. N. Miller is the Chicago Auditorium, Nov. 10th, where it still is and will remain until it comes assignee. to Louisville for theeek of Dec. 22d, It was reported on the streets Sunday, closing with the Saturday matinee Dec. that a case of small pox had been dis 27th, to reach New York City in time to . covered in a negro family in tho West-enopen an indefinite engagement, comand caused no littlo excitement. mencing Dec. 29th. There will be two Post - oflice Building, Dr. Paynter, by order of Mayor Pieico, matinees, Christmas day and Saturday. examined the premises Monday, and There are over 300 pccplo on the stago HARDINSBUIUJ, KY says tho report was entirely without in the "Babes," and notwithstanding foundation, no one being sick there. the enormous expense, the management The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices There is nothing wrong with our gas. have put tho prices at 50 cents general can be found at as the admission, 23 and 50 cents extra for reIt still ilows as freely water in tho Ohio. And its, awful nice served scats. The sale of tickets begins these cold frosty mornings, to get up, Monday, 15th, at D. II. Baldwin's, 236 light a match, turn it on, and in a few Fourth Avenue. For information, tickWe carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture minutes have all tho firo you want, No ets, etc., address Jas. B. Camp, P. 0. Box at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made other town in Kentucky has it, and 03, Louisville, Ky. from pure Oak Tanned Leather. that's wiiat hurts some people. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, $(i.50, $7.50, S9.00 Tho great slaughter salo of Christmas Dr. R. L. Nowsom, manager of the Saddles, $1.75, Don't fol- and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, i)0c and 1.00. have money to .spend prepare to spend it now. Hardinsburg Turnpiko Company, says goods is at Babbago's. Everything goes 2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 1.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a line with one Suit or Overcoat a there is no material falling off in the gate at some price. Tho largest stock in the low Jay Gould's advice and get along of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at receipts on tho pike, since the back road city. The McKinley very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The year, when at our prices you can own half a doen. Ho says they has been in operation. tariff bill to the contrary notwithstanding. Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertainHoliday Excursion Rates. have lost some business on account of ing to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, I lames and Chaitib, We'll make things "Sizz" this week in our Tho L., St. L. & T. railroad will on tho railroad, but it has been mado up in Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 1.00, 4.50. December 24, 23 and 31st and January other directions. Tho pike, said ho, is Mr. C. P. Babbagc will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds 1st, sell holiday excursion tickota bedoing just as well as it over did. of repairs and make new work to order. tween all stations on its line at one and Little Gracio Carson, an eight year old d faro for the round trip. ReIt will pay you to examine our stock. daughter of Mr. John Carson, met with turn limited to January 5th. a fearful accident last Friday morning, from which sho died on Saturday. She There is Great Excitement If you have any children to Shoe bring them in and wo can fit had been up town and returned homo Among rheumatic sufferers over tho :-about 0 o'clock, when sho entered tho now remedy that is being put up in them out for less money than any other house. room and it is supposed was putting New York City. It is claimed there has something on the mantlo piece when her never been a case where it has failed to Everything goes in clothes caught fire from the grate. There cure. It is called Dr. Drummond's was no one in tho toom at tho time and Lightning Remedy for rheumatism, and sho ran out to tho kitchen where her is sold for $3 per bottlo. Tho remedy sisters wore, screaming at tho top of her is certainly making for itself a world voice. This so frightened them that wide reputation, as tho country is full they ran out in tho yard crying for help of rheumatism. Tho manufacturers fccll At ridiculously low prices. By this it on an absoluto guarantee, and offer to and lost sight of their sister. time tho child's clothing was nearly burnt refund tho monoy in any case where it off of her, and her body, neck and face does not work a purfect curo, Sent by wero badly burned. Doctors Smith and express prepaid on receipt of prico. Paynter woro summoned immediately Drummond Medicine Co., 0 Maiden and did all in their power to relievo the Lane, Now York. child's suffering. "Tho Babes in tho Woods" pantomime will bo given at that (xipular place of amusement, tin Amphitheatre Auditorium, week of Dec. 22. It is the most clal)orato theatrical production ever given in this country. It opened its engagement at the Chicago Auditorium, Nov! 10th, where it yet is, until Dec. 20th, when it will come direct to Louisville. The subjects have been selected from tho old nursery rhymes, "The Pabes in tho AVoods" and "Robin Hood and his Merry Men," which have been rewritten and elaborated. It gives to this country the famed English pantomime. It achieved tho greatest success at tho Royal Theatre, Drury Lane. All of the costumes, scenery, properties, etc., are of the most goigeous description. The Libretto is by those two clever authors of pantomime, Messrs. E. S. Blanchard and Harry Nichol, whoso work in this direction has met with so much success on the London stage. Tho scenery, costumes and mechanical effects that will bo produced in the "Babes in the Woods," have never yet been seen in America. Tho scenic work is that of tho best London and European artists, including such well known names asT. Ryan, V Perkins, R. Caney, Hcrr Kautsky, of the Imperial Opera House, Vienna; Julian Hicks, F. Taylor, Charles Frampton and Henry Emden, with tho additional work of tho celebrated American scenic artist, Ernest Albert tho grand transformation se'eno being tho work of his artistic brush. Tho costumes and accessories were designed by Wilhclm, and furnished by August & Co., Felix Fisher, Palmer and others. The armor and jewelry are from of Paris, and Kennedy k Phillips, Gut-perle, The only place in town where you can buy real Louisville tnailo Clothing for Men, Hoys mid Children is at Julius Winter 3'i 4 it Co.'s, make' cor. Third and Market. The advnntngc in "our own SANTA CLAUS Will be in great demand for a few days now. Ever)' father will buttonhole him and speak a few words of kind advice bearing on the dear children, bless 'cm. Every mother will consult him during ofiicc hours with a lieai t running over with love. Every swcetiieart with eyes downcast, will ask him what will be suitable for her ''Johnnie,'' and W Clothing is, that the goods is steam shrunk before cutting, tho cloth is cut by our regular custom cutters, and the garments are made up by our regular custom hands. These items insure longer wear, no drawing out of shape and better satisfaction, and yet you don't pay as much as you would for Eastern-mad- e Z WNT jL G6gi AKTA'W "Old Reliable" Oloiliiers I I I I Li ill I I I I I I l i I I I I I I in i't t Our department in this line is now ready. TOYS CALL AHD SEE US. J. P. HASWELL SULZER'S Dolls, Toys & Fancy Goods CLOVERPOET, KY. r3-- al Which for immensity, variety and low prices has no equal this side of Louisville. This year we will surpass all previous forts. it p & SON, d, C5 in Lucky If-yo- Chances Ba MAM I&raKDM COME TO ALL. one-thir- Boot and Shoe Department 3D. :h:a.:m::bi, STCOiT- - FURNISHING GOODS! Flannel Shirts, Gents' Hats, Collars and Cuffs, -- 1890 FRANK S.COOK. : SHINGLES, DOOES, LUMBER, LATHS, 47-5- Notice Saw Mill Men. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. We want to buy for cash 500.000 feet Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever of good Poplar lumber, cut ono inch sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, thick by six inches wide, 12, 14 "and 10 corns, and skin eruptions, and positively feet long. IIiniu.A.sn Park Plam.no Mill Co., cures Piles, or no pay required. It is Room 7, Tyler Building, guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Louisville, Ky. Prico 25 cents per money refunded. box For sale by G. W. Short, CloverMn. Colyar, who secured $10,000 from port, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, citizens of Mexico while passing under Ky. the assumed name Of John G. Carlisle, Spontaneous Combustion. Jr., might bo counted as a very slick sort Last Monday evening, Mr. Geo. W. of a citizen. Short was out in his yard buck of his store room moving some boxes, and discovered smoko issuing out from under his back door step. He first took it to bo smoko from a cigar, which ho supposed had been accidentaly dropped there and stooped down and attempted to get it out with his hands. In reaching under tho houso ho stirred up a hornet's nest or something very much hotter, for as soon as ho withdrew his hand ho discovered it was full of firo. With his left hand ho attempted to brush tho firo off, and in doing so, only added fuel to the ilamcs. Both hands wero by this time enveloped in a full sheet of llame, and it was only by the assistance of some friends that bo was ablo to suvo himself from being badly burned. His bands Absolutely Puro. did not cscajio, howqver, and ho is now A cream of tartar baking powder. in a sling, both being badcarrying thorn Highest of all in leavening strength. ly burned. U. S. Government Rejmt, Aug. 17, 1880. Tho flic, it is supposed, originated from a bottlo of phosphorus that had been Many Persons buried thoro some twenty years ago, Are broken down from overwork or houaehold care Brown's Iron Bitters whilo Sattcrfiold & Brown kept drug rebuild! the system, aid dlgef tlon, removei ex store in tho samo building. ceu of bile, and cures malaria, aet tbe genuine. Arc a few things we will make a drive in for the next ten days. :CALL AND SEE US:- - B. F. BEARD SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. 187. k CO. Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET., 15th & 16th STS;, o, HARDINSBURG, KY. see Deed Book L. nuge Amount of tax and coat, $23,27. D. II. SEVERS, S. B. 0. Uy virtue of taxes due the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and Breokenrldge county, for 1. 8. We are now arranging a large Hat of the years 1HH5, 88, 87, 88, 89 and 1890, by the property for salo for Taxes which will be adfollowing uamed penom, and for the years vertised very aoon. All persona owing taxes designated, we "HI proceed to Bell for cash In would aave a great deal of costs and expense We have hand, ou by settling the same Immediately. already given one notlco that we wanted to Monday, January 19, 1891, settle up our business, which we are compelled e door, In Hardlniburp, Ky. to do. Bo those not heeding these notices At the tbe following detcribed property, or a tutllcient must abide the consequences. Respectfully, amount to satisfy tbe aereral amount! : D. H.Bkvkbs.S. B. C. (land) Botee, Jeremluh T., lor 1888.89-0John Ai.kxandrr, D. S. for particular toe Deed Book X, page 484. J. S. DkJkbnnkttk, D. S. Amount of tax and cost $20.25. li. (1. (llHOJRT, D. S, an un Flaber, Chat. A., for h Interest, In what U December 3d, 1890. divided )i) known aa the Barney Fisher homo place, FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. mile louth of Cloverport. For particular tee Mortgage Book No. 10, pige iOi. Amount I have a farm of 130 acres, atx miles below of tax and coat, $11.11. Brandenburg, on the Ohio river, with two Farmer, Halite, for 1880 (land) lilted In bor good houses and barna on the farm. Tho name, but tbe title la In tbe name of the In Ira land la all situated In river bottom and very of Mtohael BrUkey, for further particular! aee productive. Persona desiring Information In Commlaaioner'a Doed Book No. 2, page 250. regard to terms, will please write to roe Amount of tax and coat, $5.30. 8, ISAAC J. MELTON, land Walker, Samuel 11., for 1885-8Brandenburg, Ky. For partloulara aee Deed Book No, 20, pago 531, deed from Thoi. Burdette to Margarete Walker. Amount of tax and coat, $27.91. A. I'ino writing paper nt llabbngo'fl. 00, Mathewa, America, for 1888 87 RQYAI land, for particular! LOUISVILLE, KY. BSyMcntion this paper. Ono e. Dollar Weekly Albums, toilet sets, cuff and collar boxes in plush and oxidized silver at Court-houi- D'lluy's. G. W. Short is solo ugont for Alexan- Rood Gold Watch by our Club Systein. Our 14 Karat patent btiflcned coM cases aro warranted for 20 years. llnys a For Sale. Tbe following stock, In good condition A Vino llerkshlre I)or. A Fine Uerkshlro Sow. Two Jersey Cows, both pure bred, one la now fresh, tbe other will be In about i month. Ono Jersey Calf, pure bred, ten uontbi old Two good ealvea, for beef. Alao a bay buggy horse, about 16 hands high and well broken ; a pony broken to both harness and saddle ; a gray mare and colt ai.d one new road wagon. Will be cld at once. Address A. M. imowN, Adm'r J. K. Brown, Cloverport, Ky. Needing a tonlo, or children 0 der's Liver and Kidney Tot.ii'. Every bottlo warranted. Mrs. Rebecca Rlckotts, of Union Star, nunc down to attond tho funeral of her ncice, littlo Gracio Carson, Mrs. F. Frauo and her sister, Miss Jennio Worflold, spent eoveral (lays in Louisville last week shopping. POWDER one-sixt- one-ha- lf Waltlmni or Klgin movement, reliable and well known. Stem wind set, bunting or opon face, Lady's or Gent's sue. Wo sell ono Equal to any $75 Watch. of tlieso Watches for '8 cash, and send to any address by registered mail, or by Express O. 0. 1)., with privilege of exS-- amination. Oar Agent at Durham, N. C, writes; "Our jeweler hate confeaed they don't biow how toit canfurnbh inch uvrkfor the money." Ono good reliable Agent wanted in each 0 87-8- "Don't you forgot it, ' thoy give you more for your money at Addison's than any place clso. place. Write for particulars. Kmi'iuk Watch Co., 48 & 50 Maiden Lane, 88-8- 9 New York. that want building up, should tako linOWN'S IHON MTTKRS. It Is pleasant to take, cure Malaria, Indigestion, ami UlUoiunns. All dea'en kwji h. LADIES ft - Breckenridge News. REMINISCENCES. IIV AN' At and succeeding tlic time heretofore mentioned, Cloverport lind a lniye trade , from Grayson county, many teanm belli): constantly employed in bringing in product of tin county, such as flax need, beans, clioatnutH, jeann, linse.VH, flax lin3 tsm. en, maple migar, venison limns, and other wild game, and exchanging for salt, flour, whisky and store goods, but little sugar, molasses or coffee being wanted. 1 Of the two former articles they made an ! abundance, and but little of the latter ! health. was required. This trade extended to Cannon is able to be out Miss Mattie Canoyville and beyond, all of which has Folks-Lit- tle ! again, e ft.been cut off by the construction of rail Oliver Howard has purchased the res The Louivillc Journal, published by roads, which afford tlioo people easy acPrices-Gr- eat ! idence of Kll Lewis and moved to town. CJeorge I). I'rentice, was the principle cess to other markets. Joe Wheatley and family, of Frank's, paper taken along the line a few cop! more of the passed through town en route for Kirk. towns which then existed at the ies only of the The Kdgar C. Lewis, traveling sidesman for mouth of, and separated by, Clover weekly. Xo daily paper was then pubV' ft A largo stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles Gold Pens, Silverware, Tableware, Novelties t . a Cincinnati firm, was in town this creek Cloverport the older, and Lower lished in Louisville. Plush 'Goods, Bronze Goods, Chinaware, Glassware, Toys of all kinds, Dolls in endless variety, Fruits' week. Cloverport, the now townwere even "Those who are quite satisfied, sit still rtJJ Candies and 'Fancy Groceries. then jealous of each other, and strong and do nothing." Hut what should they J. It. Rhodes & Son have just finished prejudices were frequently manifested a nice residence tor .squire . K. do if annoyed by catarrh? Why, use Our low prices make these Beautiful Goods all bargains. vd by the people in their respective localiRhodes. Old Saul's Catarrh Cure. ties; but Cloverport, under the leader Revs. Crandell and Glasscock are conIn addition we will allow every purchaser of One Dollar or over, to make a gue.-- at the number Many of our young married people ship of Col. Murray, held, for the time nt Antioch. i r sealed in an envelope in our Show window, not over four figures will bo used, the first person guessing don't know what a blessing Dr. Hull's ducting a revival meeting being, supremacy in many respects. They report a fine meeting. Ilaby Syrup is until the youngster is the right number or the one nearest to it will receive either a Ladies' or Gent's Gold Filled Watch or II. A. Hunter, who broke a bone in The ItaptistN and Methodists each had able to "veil" bv the hour. a Sewing Machine, as they may select. Envelope will be opened on January 1st, 1891, in the presence of A iVr his arm some time ago, is able to work 1 ,1 ,. 1 . ! I . churches, the former a small building ...!ll I !!U1 ...! wiiuusBua, mm mu gucaacn viu uu cA.iuiineu uuu ii vjiu awarded to the successful again. uie Wolf Creek. Be person. on the site of tbe'present handsome W sure and remember the place at It. K. Glasscock was granted license to Mr. Kimtoii. Your paper is very fathe latter was what is now the parmiliar here, and we enjoy it, for it con- preach at our last quarterly meeting. orsonage. The Presbyterians had an and we ganization and worshiped in the Metho- tains much news in which we arc inter- Kminet is a nice young-manV1 ested. Thinking a few items from our predict for him a brilliant future. dist church and shortly afterwards in v.o James Hull, of Hardinsburg; Felix of I). It. Murray, little town and community might he the old store-hou-- e which was fitted up and donated by him gladly received by some of your leaders, Butler, of Bums; John Dean, of Glen-deanJames Cannon and John 1). Willis Hambletou for that purpo-- e. :ik we take pleasure iu the penning of Frank, of Leitchfleld; James II. Glassfor a number of years superintendent of them. This is a very quiet, peaceable com- cock, of Shrewsbery; Win. Moore, of as was 1. V. the Itaptiht Sunday-schoo- l, Hartford; James Shartzen, of Duff; and I). I'. munity. Our town, though small, conKBMBWMWrWWMMITMnirMEm Duncan of the Methodist, and tains a very nice Baptist church, an un- - several others were in town this week. Murrav of the I'resbvterian. GEO. W. SWEARINGEN, PRES. W. P. FflEDERICK. CASH. nmsneii .vietnooisi ciiurcn, vvnicii we By innumerable cures, Dr. Bull's Klder Jas. 11. lirown as pastor uf the hope to complete in the near future, two Cough Syrup has won for itself a most Haptist church for a number of years, dry goods stores, a postoflice and drug Cor. Sixth and Main Sts Louisville, Ky. store. Our new post master, Mr. Morris enviable reputation. and lived on the lot now occupied by CAPITAL $500,000. I've been suffering for the past three SURPLUS $12,500. the Catholic church. He was succeeded Chism, seems to be giving satisfaction. directors F.n?lke.W. T Orant. C. by Klder Win. Head, of whom" Klder I). S. itichardson, late of your town, has weeks with a strained wrist. 1 tried rays Ioteres on Time Deposits. Negotiate, Purchase I). Dowden was a successor. In addition bought out W. D. Smith, the leading Salvation Oil, and find myself, after havand Sale ol Bonis. Solic.t. your Busing, to the circuit riders, Father Taylor, of merchant here, lie will move his fam- ing used one bottle, entirely cured. Cn.s. Hardinsburg, preached occasionally at ily and reside at this place, while Mr. Kkyskii, lli) Mulberry St., Baltimore, the Methodist church, Rev. Win. W. Smith will hie away to other quarters, Md. Oartortft 1 Pr. Sam! Pitclicr'a old, hannlows and quick onre for of much we trust, to do better. We welcome the Siniouson, a young mini-tc- r JOLLY'S STATION. one heartily, while we feel very loth to Infant' and Children' Complaints. Superior to Castor Oil, promise, was assigned to the care of the Paregorio'or Warootlo Syrups. Children ory for Castoria. Mil- Mr. Cluis. Miller, Sr., lias returned Presbyterian church, and died while in give up "our merchant" and his very esllon of Mothers Mom Castoria. timable wife. Surely no family in this from a visit to friends in Missouri. the discharge of his duties. He was succommunity would be more legretted ceeded by Rev. Mr. McAfee, an Irish diCastorla cures Colic, Constipation ; recommend Cistorla for children's Mr. McClurc, the "tall sycamore" of Sour Stomach, Dlarrlicpa, Eructation : complaints, as superior to any prescription vine who also died while occupying than they. May health, peace ami hapI Hardin county, is engaged in the timber Gives healthy sleep : also aids dilution : known to me." II. A. Archer. M. D. 1 J 1 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y. Without narcotic stuiwfactlou. that position a position tilled with piness attend them. We have no sa- business at this place. if he doesn't keep SAPOLIO in stock. No 77 Murray St., New Vork. Tnc Centack Compa-njmd to loon here have not had one for several much satisfaction to In huivli city store Is Mr. (J. S. Wilson, of Burns, went the community, l'oth lie buried in the year. Mr. Kelly wields the forge and home last Sunday to see his girl, without it. The great grocers of the country handle no but 1 hammer, and a "job of smithing" can be s old Murray graveyard with neat am told that Oscar Alexander keeps him other scouring soap because the best housekeepers will above them. Mr. Oglesby, Oba-ilia- h had at almost any time except Sundays. C5) Mrs. Calvin ami Mrs. Kthcrjon run the horned oil'. not use cheap imitations which are liable to do damage Xevvnn, lien Bates, Willis Hamble-tni- i k XL Horace Bland, merchant at this place, and John (ircgory, Sr., were deacons hotel here now, Mrs. W. B. Chism havfar greater than the little saving in cost. If your storehas enlarged his store, and is in Louisin the Haptist church. Of the official ing vacated for rest and recreation. keeper does not keep SAPOLIO tell him to wake Our town ha, in the pat four weeks, ville this week purchasing a new stock Members of ,the Methodist chinch were up. If by two glorious revivals. of goods. P. V. Duncan and' Jno. W. Rnitt, anil of he offers you something else when you ask for SAPOLIO A epidemic seems to be the Prcsbvteiian church Marcus Allen, The first wa held at the Baptit church tell him tc be wise and deal in genuine goods. '. K. Chapin and D. li. Murrav were by l'ev. T. A. Robertson, assisted by pervading the community at present. In Rev. Mr. McFarland, of near Pevvee Valquite a number of instances it has been ruling elder. ley. Mr. McF. is a grand, little, Irish quite serious, but as yet not fatal. At that time facilities tor traveling gentleman, a good preacher, and a man Jailor Slaton and other personages weie very limited. A trip from Vir- who lives on a high plane of religion. from town met some of the citizens of ginia to Kentucky, then designated the The result of thi meeting was a reviv- this vicinity out on Clover creek one West, was quite an undertaking, and ing of the church and I think twenty ad- night last week and had u grand Single frequently performed on horseback. The ditions to the same. The Methodist pasThere were about 4" hounds in by public conveyance was either tor in charge here, Rev. S. P. Stiles, had the chase. toute by stage from Goidonsville, 70 miles the assistance of Rev. ('has. A. Royster, Supt. Jus. W. Miller, in reference to wet of Richmond, and then the western evangelist, of Cairo, Ky. Mr. R. is a the visitation of public schools, seems to Price, $17. terminus of what is now the Chesapeake man full of the Holy (ibot, and, like have arranged the program of his apIf"C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure," is by nothing until I took S. S. S. It has the The Leather, Workmanship and Finish are oi Ohio railroad, across the Itlue liidge Paul, preaches the gospel "fearless of pointments with all the feminine touch, vkhv iiest. and Allegheny mountains, through the men and devils," ami never shuns to de- ers at the top. The only solution is, not the best remedy you have ever used done me more good than all else put toSAVE MONEY BY BUYING DIRECT. western portion of Yirginia'to the Ohio clare the whole counsel; exposes what that should he have time to visit any of for Coughs and Colds your money will gether, nnd I believe I will soon be sound We can sell you Sold by J. W. Owen. and well. Swift's Specific is certainly a river at Ouyandotte ; or by rail and the Bible proves to be lotten theories, them twice, lie will, according to the be refunded. Harness up. from great boon to humanity. Aquia creek steamboats to Washington denounces formality ami worldlv-miud- BO up. Road from rule of rotation, be thrown into the soci"C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," the edness of church members, and preachD. D. Ware, I. O. Box 1022, City and Baltimore, thence by the 11. SEND FOR OATALOQUE. ety of the feminine constituency. most pleasant'to take of all Fever and es out and out the doctrine of perfect O. to Cumberland, Md., then its western Keene, N. II. AOME MANUFAOTUBING 00. Wurranted to cure terminus, and by stage over the national love, the grand depositions of Metho(io to J. W. Owen's for "C. C. C. Cer- Ague Uemedies. Disgusted With a Doctor. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. dism. This meeting was begun in the tain Cough Cure," it cures Coughs, Cold Chills and Fever. Sold by J. W. Owen. turnpike road to Wheeling, Va., and I contracted a severe case of Blood I'oi-so- n face of nearly every conceivable opposii'ioiii either point by steamboat to and all Throat and Lung Diseases. Branch of the Vassar in 18815, and my physicians put me Kentucky either route leqiiiring ,i week's tion. We hail no place to hold services, Students' Aid Society. under a mercurial treatment of 3 months the school-hous- e being too small and A Picture. time to make the trip. There has recently been formed a without doing mo any good, in fact I was our church unfinished. We applied to Mr. Harry Both, a popular engineer Kentucky branch of the Vassar Stud-ont- s' gradually crowing worse. I then conMr. Howard for bis hall, which he readThe only railroad in Kelituckv then on the "Texas," sent a picture of his enAid Society, the object being to sulted another physician, who tried me was fiom Lexington to Frankfoit. The ily granted the use of. Then the weath- gine to his sister, who penned the folIt Ie at pleasant to tho taste as lemon found a scholarship to be awarded by witli potash and sarsaparilla, but witli no track was laid with oak stieanier fast- er for two or three days was miserable. lowing beautiful lines on its receipt. syrup. Applicants letter result. I then became disgusted competitive examination. The smallest infant will take It and However, in the face of all this, we Do any of us appreciate the faithful ened in cross-tieon which was the old never know it is medicine. for examination must be residents of with doctors and their remedies, and strap iron spiked down -- a fiuitful source trusted to the Master and prayed for the Children cry for it. Hever fails to as we should '.' the State of Kentucky; must bo in good commenced taking Swift's Specific (S. S. victory. onre. It resulted in the greatest In the summer light o'er of "snake heads." The mad from Frankthe lunthcape spread, health and of good character. S.) After taking seven bottles I was enChills once oroken will not return. fort to Louisville was not completed till awakening of old and hardened sinners Ily the Mating tun, high overhead, Cost yon only half tho price of other of Vussar throughout the tirely cured, and I linvo not had any Chill Tonics. several years later. Stage lines from this community ever knew. We bad a An engine stands on a railroad track. symptoms of a return since. I have No quinine needed. No purgative Maysville to U'xington and from Frank- crowded bouse each night, and on Satur- Not a puff comes forth from the tall smoke- - State are called uion to become regular recommended S. S. S. to others who have needed. members of this Branch, and to do evContains no poison. Cheaper than alack, fort to Louisville were well patroni.ed. day night of the first week there were so quinine. erything in their power to increase its used it with tho samo good results. From Louisville to Nashville a turnpike many in attendance that the house was Not a sound or motion is seen or heard, It purifies the Wood and removes at' J. C. Nack, deemed unsafe, so that many who came To ihon he ia making the time on the card ; associate membership, and thereby give malarial poison from the system. load had been built by State aid, and Hobbyville, Green County, Ind. It is as large as any dollar tonio an' constituted the great overland outlet to were afraid to go in, while some who Vet the strength and power thut i manifeit, to others the benefits which they have ' themselves received. ' TAKEN UP. RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. the South. Over this load splendid were inside were afraid to remain, so Must surely set all doubta at real, All erson3 interested in col lego edustage coaches, with the finest teams to services for that night were abandoned. If a doubt could ver in the mli.d appear, F. Lewis, Taken up as nn ostrny by cation for women, and desirous of aiding living three miles south east Jeso -- OT A. KT of Hardinsburg, on Sun- That she'd do the bidding of the etglneer. be found, were run icgularly, making Had services at the school-hous- e girls who are unable to obtain such edu- In Itreckenridge county, Ky., on the 1st day day, and on Monday the hall was Then why does she wait so quietly there? fast time to and from Nashville. Sam CoEHiuTiiLi, Wim., Deo. IS, 1888, of December, 1890, one black utecr, two years riftii mipicimi uo., rim. tcod.i "propped," so we returned to it ami Gleaming and bright in the aun'a fierce glare, cation on account of the lack of means, old, markod with awallowfurk in tho right Thomas was one of the linn of contractIrate tend Joien roar Orore'i TastefChill TodIo.tat I tbroe jlrut?d ofwith the lot from you.lJji?5kiK,SSiBMBdB!? 'iaSBsPSiHl leia funtmrr. The wm vert delighted vlth U. I ors. Immense trains of wagons brought very comfortably continued to the cloc. An emblem uf ytrength, and beauty, and aro earnestly requested to become asso- ear and holo in left ear and supposed to weigh topU lut 600 pounds, but having no other marks and of this Branch. AssociChill Tonle to eome children who wtre ciate members jour fire and swarthy power, produce over this thoroughfare, crossing There was a general warming up among pale 1 tod emaciated, baring hadchrosle chilli for month! pait, one of tbera for a year, and ate members subscribo an annual fee of which have appraised at tte value of $12.00 this December 1st, 1SJ0. Salt river at West Point, then one of the the members and shaking of hands of And faithful service through many an hour, with a three weeha after begfnatof with the Chill Ton thtjr were hale and hcartr, with red and roa $2, payable in May of each year, and if C. F. HbACK, J. P. II. 0. Chirk liveliest towns in the State, returning former enemies. I he altar each night To whom we're indebted, day by day, it Miad like ft charm. W, W, STIHS0N, it. D. For more than we ever con bopo to repay. possible attend such busineas meetings with goods for points along said road to was crowded with penitents ami believlOU SALIi IIY as may be railed by the Executive Combell, seeking sanctificalion or heart purity. No whistle' Bcieam, or Nashville and beyond, competing with ers ZE3. mittee. The result was, at the close of two Kings out, to answer. So I will tell, transit boats then running up the CumIfynu listen to me, why she's idling here It is hoped that a full scholarship of' weeks, about thirty conversions, twenty-si- x berland. They are taking her picture, with the engineer. $400 can bo announced iu 1891, but this CLOVERPORT, KY additions to the church and eight will depend upon tho number of memA small boat was running in the sauctiflcatious. The result of this good A picture that upeaks of the engine's speed, to tho scholarship Louisville and Henderson trade, making man's preaching will be realized only in As she flic o'er the track to supply the need bers who subscribe fund. All who aro willing to become eternity. Truly he hits sown seed that Of the grateful millions In many a State, y trips, and another to Bowl! either regular or associate members are will be watered from on high, that will From Atlantic's shore to the Golden Gate; ing Oreen weekly. There were, howHeedless of danger, untiring und swift, requested to send in their names ever, a number of elegant boats plying grow, bloom and bear fruit unto holiNever had man a more useful gift. promptly to any one of the following labetween Iuisville ami ness, to be gathered by the gieat One, And we should not forget the in the trade faithful hand, dies: New Orleans. The canal was then too to be revealed on the last day in the Guiding the Iron horse over the lund ; .Furniture in Mrs. 1 B. Semple, 1222 Fourth avesmall to admit the passage through the "bright beyond." And pray to Heaven, when danger is near, nue, Louisville, Ky. ; Mrs. Bonnycastlo I am glad your paper does not ignore varieendlees locks of these large boats. To travel on God protect the engine, and engineer. Hoblnson, Anchorago, Ky.; Miss Mary Hiirli boats was a luxury. They made religious matters, and 1 regret it ceases AS KvOIM!r.R'BS!8THI ty. I am now I). Anderson, (07 West Oak street, Uuiis-vlllno landing for less than ., and the to carry Talmage's sermons, which were Ky.; Miss Jeanio 1). McKee, 528 back at my old A Safe Investment. writer once paid that price for passage a benediction to each reader, and then, Garrard streot, Covington, Ky. ; Mr. Is one which is guaranteed to brine: from Cloverpoit to Col. Boyd's, a dis- too, it found a way to places where it stand and reKowan Boone, 7:Ui Third avenue,. J.ouis- could not be bought. I have encroached you satisfactory results, or iu case of failtance of six miles. K.XECUTIVK COMMITTKK. spectfully solicit largely upon your time ami space, but ure a return of purchase price. On this villc, Ky. please deal leniently this time, as so safe plan you can buy from our advertisthe patronage of Mall facilities weie of course quite many duties devolve upon us we have ed druggists u bottle of Dr. King's $1,000 Thrown Away. limited and postage correspondingly the public. for Consumption. high. Ix.'tters from Virginia were rated not time to perfect them. May (Jod's Jt is guarIn 180:1 a Cancer developed on my low, cents, but were not re- blessing rest upon your paper and its anteed to bring relief in every case, when or lip. I went under treatment at once-un- d at twenty-liv- e used for any affection of Throat, Lungs quired to be prepaid. They were not readers, is the prayer of a from time to time since that have Ciiiiisti.vn. or Chest, such as Consumption, Inflam- had medical nid in New Orleans, Boston, charged by weight, but by single sheets, Ilobertson & Jones, Jonesboro, Ark., mation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, and Now York, with no benefit at nil. and it was the duty of postmasters to examine closely to ascertain if anything write: C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure gives Whooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It It has progressed right along, and now Honest Goods. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. else was enclosed which would subject universal satisfaction." l'leasanttotake. is pleasant and agreeable to taste, per- Involves my Jaw and check. Ono thou-san- d Owen. fectly Bafe, and am always bo depen led the letter to double or treble postage; a No cure, no pay. Sold by J. would not cover the loss WITH LATEST JHPRDUEMEfflS dollars one dollar bill enclosed would cause Go to J. V. Owen's for "C. C. C. Cer- upon. Trial bottles free at G. W. Short's; sustained through tho medical and surSolo bv FUrmttuhk, Oarpet and Harowari BU CftL(lt3'lCVCtlYWHtftt. BCNT OR such addition. There was no such tain Cough Cure." Itcures Coughs, Colds Cloverport, Ky., and J. Witt's, Hardins- gical aid I have received. 1 have cer- KLL OARIfT 8WSCPCR OO. WlLU B RAPIDS,BVMlOH GIRAKO mid nil Throat and Lung Diseases. burg, Ky. If you want Queensware at reduced prices, call on JOHN D. BABBAGE. tiling as registered letters. tainly tried cverytlilngand was benefited moe S3 00 two-hors- About one week was consumed in carrying letters between joints in the stage East and West. The four-hors- e coaches were sutllcicnt to carry the great through mails, and for routes of less conches were used, and for routes of still less note horseback conveyance was rcsoited to. Xo boats then carried the mail, and no "Star lloutcs" were in existence. A line e of coaches, or jumpers, as they were sometimes called, carried a triweekly mail from Louisville toShawneo- town, supplying Hardinsburg, Cloverport, llawesville, Owensboro, Henderson and Morgantleld ; no small intermediate olilces had been established. They also carried a considerable number of passengers. Branniii and Summers and Sam Thomas were the contractors. two-horso McDANIELS. Success to.the Xkws. The health of the community is good at present. (lathering cum and killing hogs is the oiiler of the day. J. H. Frank mashed his hand very badlv last week. John Beauchump, of IJuisvilie, was visiting relatives hero last week. Win. A. Frank, of Irvingtnn, was visiting Ids old home last week. Miss Lizzie McPaniel is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Barnes, at Henderson. Thomas Cannon, Sr., is in very bad THE SiSlTIOH SF Be sure and see II it SEMN A y- - OUR HOLIDAY STOCK For aJll At all kinds of if 1 & A Glimpse of Fairy Land kinds of Appropriate Gifts or Big or Small -- r We are pleasing them all J s u cdi-lic- r't. 11... ss , "& Double Store Boom, CLOVERPOKT, KY. I What is UNION NATIONAL BANK CASTORIA STOREKEEPER as behind the age -- tomb-Mouc- irawv&YVivvixi.vvvvwyvvtAv 9 been-visite- d sore-thro- Jt pays to have the best. fox-chas- e. mSSt-- ' EVaisville, Ind. StrapTrack HARNESS. vV: Carts at $6.00 $9. t, GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC ts mv ; jin fi Ft RA TE D I clear-tone- d u. IFXSIEaZIEZEe, semi-weekl- HEEE WE AEE AGAIN e, 6f FURNITURE, UNDERTAKER, i