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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1890. ami f r.:.t m-oneTiuiid upon Tho head of the mail, while the other was uplifted When he swhe his voice was soft, but like one who has authority, and his manner was solemn, curl not like the manner of any man uliuin I hey had cwcrsc-cn- . "This chihl has done no evil," he bognn. "If there Ik? evil done I did It, for I taught her this morning that for nil who love our Lord this Is the day t hat commemorates Ills lilrtli. Jo that country where God reigns I mioii, I trust, shall ;o. for I have kept the faith against such adversaries as you have never met. warn yon, oh, you proud magistrate, lift no nrm of punishment against this child; for ns truly ns God reads all hearts ho reads in hers as sinless a record as mortals enn ever mnke. The judgment of Coil Ik) upon you If you permit wrong to be done this child." Ho spoke as one Inspired, and ns he stood with ono hand uplifted he seemed like a prophet among them. "Who nre you?" the magistrate asked with hesitating voice. "God's servant, and I say thnt this maid shall be blessed and her children shall rise nnd call her blessed, because she lias this day served him." When the magistrate and the deputies heard these words they spoke with one nnother for some moments, and when they lifted their exes iikiiIii tho old man hud gone ns silently and mjstcriously as he l 1 NO. 22'. with admonitory gesture. I ask for your patronage and propose to give you in return full value for SOLID TRUTHS! EVERY DOLLAR p.i Left at my store. Therefore I call your attention to my new ami handsome line of Goods, consisting of FARM IMPLEMENTS Such as I We want to spread news wherever Flour. is - the con- EMPIRE DRILLS, OLD HICKORY WAGONS SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS, And a full line of Plow and Machine repairs, Wagon Material, Iron o all kinds, Shingles, Doors, Sash and a full line of Hardware, Lime, Sal and Cement, Brick and Tiling for Hues and drainage, ' sumed that AVERY, MEIKLE & URA CLIPPER STEEL PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVELS, SHOP MADE SINGLE SHOVELS, None Such is 4Sk m the Flour for Christmas that mSi' t" s m-jij- COOK AND HEATING STOVES and pipe, and a full line of Tinware. Water Drawers and Pumps. Grass and Clover Seed of all kinds. Trunks, Buggies, Road Caits, Phaetons and Spring Wagons. J. B. JONES' PURE RAW BONE MEAL. 0Cush paid for Country Produce, such us Hides, Peal hers, Eggs, &v. My house is situated on Seminary Street, opposite Public Hall. Everything new and good quality, and selected with the view of pleasing all, as I am working for trade my best endeavors will be to Save Money for all who favor me with their patronage. came. Cake, and all occasions demand something reliable. ti' -- t."-Tjri- . fanc' and Wc It is the best Patent y jU WZMT, 'lVLl"Sir" Si w&RGSidwSiL itilCSPlj Flour on the market. make no exceptions. nousD wonm o'eh, Tins good and jolly kino, 'xkath austral bun's downrour Tret give him welcoming. HE 11K10X8 THE jytotg yrsor VA' mrM::: w i' ii s f i. . - c; yMzrfL ' i E The same is true of every thing we manufacture. lowest. Quali- And in the frozen north The seeker or the whale Brims cup and sendetii forth To Will Santa Claus a hail. COTTER, TOO, PWl -- For an hour the magistrate and tho deputies consulted together. Then the constable xvns commanded to take thocirl nnd execute the sentence, but as he approached her Samuel put her lxjhlud him and fnced tho officer. His look xvas terrible, nnd tho constable knexv the strength of his nrm, so they stood silently facing one nnother. Suddenly a noise like the coming of horses xvas heard. The door opened and there entered some of the kind's ofllcers, and xvith them the Kovernnr of the coiony, Mr. Lcete. his mnjesty's name, if you know xvhere Edward Wlmlleyand William Goffo, two of the judges who caused Charles the First to lie beheaded, lie concealed I chance you to deliver them!" said an ofilcer. "Tho regicides!" said tliu magistrate, speaking in broken tones. "Aye, the We have heard they are concealed here." "Had one a venerable beard?" "Aye. William Code." " 'Twas he, Cromwell's gcnenil," said tho magistrate, as though speaking to himself. 33- - iKiEiisrsiiL.iE-sr- , Farmers' Supply House, IIardiksi.uiio, Kv. "In ty unsurpassed and prices the ftlE DUSKY The "God man who RLE88 plenty has common view, If you want one All share the Winter Is Here! I St. Nicholas." barrel or a car load we can supply you. Write us and it a - DOROTHTS CHRISTMAS. A TALE OF THE TIP.ST RECOGNITION OF THE DAY IN CONNECTICUT COLOSY. we will call on you or quote you prices. '', ' KS7W SLfas1!' 7 && (Copyrlglit by American Tress Association. HKAVY snow night, sothat upon the morning of the 25th of December, 1002, tho broad common of Guilford town in tho lmd fallen in the IRVINGTON, KY. If You Have Y4 ony, was hidden by It, and as faros tho eye could see tho thick blanket had been unbroken except by trees . and houses. Ab-ne-r Ailing, a stern man of authority, Htood at the window of his kitchen on thnt morning, looking through the little punes of wrinkled glass, that ho might discover whether the storm Connecticut col '('-- . Y Although a ftr.' flakes fluttered in the air, yit they began to listen as the rays of tho sun that were breaking through the BRONCHITIS Throat Affection upon and Abner Wasting of Flesh clouds fellthat the them,would when be fine SCROFULA perceived soon day ho called, saying, "Samuel! Samuel! Hear wlitre the Threat and Lung$ Or any art Inflamed, Zaeh of Strength or Xerv mel"sinewy youug A mun.of rosy cheeks, and Fewer, you can o relieved and Cured by eyes that were bright because 'of health and exercise, put a huge log upon tho fireplace, and having brushed tho snow from his nrms, went to Abner that ho might re celve his master's commands. "Tlio magistrate will olmie by noon, I think, for the storm U over. Samuel, you must break a wny through the snow upon the highway nt once. Take the stub PURE COD LIVER OIL horned oxen, for the steers are not yet heavy enough for such n snow as this. With Hxpophosphltes. Having received this command, Samuel A3 MILK. PALATABLE put on a fur cup and muffler, and with Atkfor Seolt't EmuUlon, and let no act' Ucavy mittens on his hands went away. ptanatton or tolleltatlon Indue you to "Surely the magistrate will not come today," said a gentle womnn, with soft aeoept a lubttltute. spoken voice, "it is fifteen miles to New Sold by all Druggists. Haven when the roads are good, but with & BOWNE.Chamlsts, N.Y. 8O0TT this snow on them It will boas good as twice as fur." "Will not como, mother, did you sayf era Beforo tho sun was up the magistrate was on uls way, I trow." As ho spoke, Abner, spying something that gave him interest, looked intently across the common. At last ho said: "C)me hfire, mother, and tell mo it that is not tho maid Dorothy that I see yonder in tho doorway of'Governor Leeto's store." FRUIT--TREE- S The wife went to the window, and the sight that she saw caused her to bo silent, longing to see more. Across tho common, 200 yards nway, stood tho store where tho Apple, Poach, Pear, Plum, Cherry, governor of the colony, Air. Lectc, had his business. The wind had drawn tho snow &c. - Full lino of small Fruits for bguinst one side of it so high that, with the overhanging frlimo from tho roof, there Fall 1890. Write for special prices was formed a bank of white, broken in two places by the faint outlines of the winon lots. It will pay you to buy dows. From the door, on another Side, there was thrust a heavily hooded head your trees at home. that seemed to lie slyly looking each way All stock warranted true to namo. as if fearful of discovery. At one moment this head was thrust out, and then for an instant was withdrawn to be again put out . a little farther. ' CLOVERPORT, KY. At lust the door was opened wide and there stepped out into the drift tho figure of a woman. Sho was well wrapped nnd he walked with case. "That is Dorothy," said Mother Ailing. "It Is n strange performance" said Abner. "Why does she como so slyly from tho governor's store at this early hour when tho men have not yet nil gone out to Dr. BULL'S facilitates Teething ad break tho roads?" "She has a bundle tiuder her cloak. I IDV OVDIID regulates thaUowols. At knew that Dorothy was a maid disposed to IBl OinUr allilnigglt.Frloe25ota. be fond of frivolous things, but I did not think that she was sly," said the mother. "To bo sly means deceit; that is something that must be punished. Ah, there is Samuel with the uxen. Ho breaks tho path well. But now he sees Dorothy, and will, I trow, stop and speak to her, for I have surmised, mother, that ho likes that maid too well," "He docs, husband." "So long as ho is my apprentice nt tho I J Cures Coughs, Colds, forge and anvil he shall woo no maid, least Bronchitis, Croup, Asthma, Whooping of ull this orphan, who, I greatly fear,with her soft ways, docs cause our goveri.dr to Incipient Cough, relax hU duty at times. He even permitConsumption, andro-ted her to wear a brooch upon tho Lord's lioves Consumptive day. Wo must discipline the maid today. persons. Prlco23cts, At all druggists. Truly I will sammon her beforo the magistrate. I lie i.ot; I will. See, Samuel Is Have your Job work done at this ofljco speaking with her." The girl had gono through tho snow unmeeting house, some til she was near f COCO. 00 ft year being nail. y John ft sixty yards awny tho tho store, and there from Uaoo'nlit,'rvjr,N'.Y.lMork fvrm.l eeuer, von Huy not make aa much) but een tho young man, Samuel, met her. He had leach yon quleklv how teearn from f S lo SIO a lar at ILa flan. abil uior. as voti va nMn linr nq slid Mmo from tbo store, and on. llwiheeiet, all area, lu an iart of although her head was well hooded, yet ' Amenta) you ran aoimiirnr. ei uoui, BIT. Inr all vaur llme.or euar. momenta onhFta the young man.knew her as well as if ho nw la. work, All la W. Greal ae SI UK for saw her eyes, that always greeted him, nnd .eery worker. alarl you, rurntenlar ...retalne;. EASILY. HIIr.DILlf learaeri, her lips, that always bestowed upon him a 1'jlliriCLXAIlS HitfK. Addmaalaaee, blMStlS 40., roKTUlU, BtlikT smile. Ho turned the oxen, and with much COLD CONSUMPTION COUGH or was over. Dtw SCOTT'S EMULSION 100.000 goaulng rofced laem to "break npothTrom tho governor's house, whero tho girl lived, to tho placo where ho met her. Then ho said to her: "Why, Master Samuel?" "Why? You know well why. You know whnt is to happen the day I am my master, and so sweet do you appear this morning, my Dorothy, that I wish it was toduy, for I have your promise to wed me on that day. Now tell me, how is it that you aro out so early, and what is under your clonk?" "1 will answer neither of your questions, Master Samuel. Aro you not content to hnvomo hero? Come, put mo on tho sledge, for I must bo back to Mr. Ieeto's ut once." Tho young man put his strong arms gently about her and lifted her to the sledge, where sho stumped the snow from her feet, and then, with an nrm thrown around u stake, sho held securely on, while Samuel started the oxen away. Then he came and walked by her side. "Why did you peek iso "curiously from the door a moment ago?" ho asked. Sho knew that he was half jesting, half curious. Sho would not answer him, but she said: "Oh, Samuel, you mndo mo forget my purpose. I wish you n merry Christmas, sir." He looked at her perplexed, wondering whnt sho meant, for ho had never heard these words before, and ho knew thnt no ono in tbo town had ever repeated them. "What do you mean by- that? What thing is this you wish mo a merry Christmas? What is that?" "It is Christmas day, Samuel," said she softly. "I do not comprehend. It Is Wednesday." "This day it was that Christ was born, and in the countries across tho sea it is tho habit of the people to bring it to mind by saying ns they meet, 'I wish you a merry Christmas. " "Dorothy, you perplex me. Who told you tills?" "Ah! a heavenly minded man did tell me oh, what have I said I Fay no heed to my chattering, Samuel." She put her hand pleadingly upon his. Ho perceived that sho was very thoughtful, and there was self reproach in her tones as sho said, "I cannot tell you now; I will some day, Samuel." He made no answer, for ho was perplexed. They had now come abreast the gate of'tho governor's house. He lifted her from thosledgennd lether gently down upon tho door step. An hour after Samuel returned to his home, having broken his share of paths. Ho put on bis leather apron, rolled his sleeve over his mighty nrm and blew a fire at the forge, nnd a moment later tho music of tho anvil revealed his energy. - At this moment There entered tho room a sweet fnced maid leading a child with whom sho was making merry, but when, looking up, she met tho awful glance with which Deacon Abner received her she faltered and stood waiting to hear him speak. 'fal W. ' 1 .p DEFENSE. A IIRAVE "Lie not to me," said he, "for it will bo sven worse for you." "I speak the truth alwujs or I speak not U nil," she said gently. "Then you will not deny that you wort it the store this morning?" "No; I will not deny that." "What hud you under your cloak?" "I cannot say." "You will say. Why were you there?" "I cannot tell." "You said theso words to Samuel, 'I wish you a inJrry Christinas.' " "Yes. I said those words." "Well, who bade you a merry Christmas this day?" "I cannot tell you." "Did you i)ot tell Samuel it wasa heavenly man?" "Aye. Thnt Is tho truth. 1 did not mean to say so mr ', but I lie not." "Who?" This word was uttered in thunder tone. "I must no- - say." She spoke gently, but her' tones were firm, nnd when he saw thnt she would not reply he went away, and nt noon tho magistrate had come. They camo for Dorothy, nnd led her to the building whence she came so cautiously in the morning. Here was tho office as well as tho store of Governor Lcete, and hero tho magistrate held court. There were two or three who had been convicted of offenses, and among these condemned Abner ph.ced the sweet faced maid. The magistrate listened to the accusations thnt Abner made, that sho was deceitful and had sjioken lies, nnd when that was finished the magistrate said to her: "You have heard tlure accusations. Do you deny them?" "In that I have said or done evil knowingly I do; otherwise It bus been as ho has Bald." " 'Twas he," said the deputies solemnly. Then Abner said to tho officer, "One of them xvas here an hour ago." "But Is hero no longer," said Governor Leete, speaking for the first time. "Theso men came to me many days ago and asked for shelter. As I had not then received tho king's command to deliver tliem I permitted them to lie in tho cellar beneath this room. For though I am loyal to tho king I and my people honor Cromxx-el- l nnd bis lieutenants. My maid Dorothy has for many days taken them food, and she and I alone knew of their presence. I charged her to tell no num. But xvhen tho king commands I obey, nnd I hnvo brought tho Dinccrs iierc let 1 am glad to say that within tho hour, being of your coming, but not by me, tboy have escaped. You xxiil see their trucks in tho snoxv, and they nro now rapidly sailing in a x'essel on the Long Inland sound. What do you here, Dorothyr" "They lutx'e sentenced mo to the lash, master, I kept my promise to you, nnd 'txx-tills heavenly minded man xvho greeted mo this morning xvitli these words, 'I wUh you a merry Christmas. " "To tbo lash?" "Yes, master." "And were about to administer It?" "But for Samuel they xvould already have xvhipped me." "God bo praised that this maid xvoula hnx-suffered tho lash rather thnn betray either her xvotd or these persecuted nnd righteous men, Goffo nnd Whulley. She shall henceforth bo not my maid but my daughter," said the governor, embracing the girl. Then turning to tho magistrate he said: "I xvill remit her senteuce, nnd because It is indeed tho Christmas day I xvill remit tho sentences of all theso prisoners. Let my house bo opened this day. Let all como nnd make merry. It shall be made a merry Christmas for nil, as I used to knoxv it xvhen I was a child in England." And it as the governor had ordered on that day and after. And then through Dorothy Deal's suffering nnd peril there begun in that colony the habit, as in other lauds, of merry making and good cheer upon Christinas day. Tho prophecy of tho regicido Goffo xvas fulfilled. Tho children of Samuel nnd Dorothy becamo men of authority, and they K. J. EDWARDS. did call her blessed. o Are you prepared for it. Have you supplied yourself with a good pair of Boots or Shoes, a suit of Clothes, an Overcoat, Cloak, Wrap or something to make you comfortable during the cold weather. If you havn't, you should visit our store immediately, where you can find one of tho largest stocks in the county. Eemembe we are the original one price store in Har dinsburg. We are always the cheapest am have ready made bargains for everybody Seeing is believing. You can't see unlesb you visit our store. So come right along. WITT & MEADOR, FOR MEN ONLY! i at. I ftabg.l, Hohla UAMIUOIIfallf ICrttored. J I M 1 1 "J VI? For LOSTorFAILINO MANHOOD: Oeneril and NERVOUS DEBILITY Wetknetiof BodvandHlnd. Efftct. llJof ErroriorExeeiiet in Older Younr. How t.tnlart. aad &M&& 'I i v2V &' f -- .. jft H CfVINTriN, firiv&l aTN SCVCMTV ET&W la a ibaolatflr oaf.llfiii 1IOHK TIHiTBtM-llfar- 8l. 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MENDENHAIX & CO., curn-nol- o, GREGORY &C0.J Headquarters for Price Reapers and Mowers, Groin Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Michigan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, BOLE PROPRIETORS, EVAarsvir.i.n, ItemoTO Corns. SOLD BY DRUaaiBTS GENERALLY. ixdiaiva. Warts & Itnnions with iTem? a. 2(3 Otts. CERTAIN CORN CURE. ex, SOLD AND WARRANTED BY BOTTLE. Pine & Poplar Shinglen al- W. S. ASHBY. a "aaataifaYffCre SAMUEL AND DOROTHY. r. 01 If DULL ft If U VWWnOil P QV O IlvUr 1 1 break paths, not to chatter with a frivolous young woman." "The paths nro broken." "What did you gad with the maid about? Tell mo. Did sho tell you .why she went out into the snow so early?" "Sho did not. I asked her, but she would not tell." "Oh, there Is some mystery. Tbo maid Is deceitful." "Nay, master Dorothy is not doccitfii. A He was never on hr lini" "I will accuse her beforo tho magistrate, mid wiicn tho governor returns home I will nnrrato this thing Sho has done.'! "There is no evil, I am sure; hut there la sorao mystery. Tell me, master, what does it mean when uny person says, ' wish you n merry Christmas?1 Sho sidd a heavenly minded man had told horthat." "Oh, sho said thatl What heavenly minded man? Shots deceiving you, Samuel, and we will know tho truth of It. Pay no heed to her words." Then Abner went nway, and with mighty strides crossed the common, and having entered the house of Governor Lcete demanded that Dorothy be summoned. Deacon Abner went to him at onco and reproved him. "You spoke too long witn tho maid, Samuel. I bade you go and "Did you say a heavenly minded mnn had said to you, 'I wish you a merry Christmas?' " "I said that. It is true; and ho said, 'He- Jolce, for If we rejoice in tho death of Christ for us wo may rojoico in his birth.' " But she refused to tell who thU man waj or why she hud slyly gono to the store that morning. The muglstrata therefore, looking sternly nt her, said: "There Is no doubt about It. You are guilty of n lie nnd deceit. You will be taken hence, rnd you will first receive tjn lashes, and n.ter that will be put into the pillory for one hour, that your punishment may warn others and convince yourself." Tbo girl seemed not to hear these- words. She put out her hand as if for support, and when some ono grasped it sho seemed not to know It. It was Samuel who hud taken her hand, nnd ho stood by her side. His facn was white. He hud come into tho room in time- to hear the sentence, "Ict mo take- her place. If punishment Is needed I will haw my back to tho lush, and slt'in tho stocks for her," ho said. Dorothy spoke. "No, Samueli" "You cannot tako her placo," said tho magistrate. "Then, let me say here before you all that this maid shall not be whipped nnd pilloried. I will kill the mnn who lifts his hand against her," and tho young man threwhisarin around the girl nnd held her inn firm embrace. "Doyouwish to kill her? For ir she is whipped It will kill her, and if her me." Now the mnglstrate and deputies were amazed, for they hud never beforo seen so strange n sight as this, so they consulted with each other what they should do, and they fixed upon n punishment for the young mnn. But when they looked up to pronounce sentence on him they saw another sight which amazed them even more; for there stood before them a man of strungo appearance. His beard was as whito as the snow and long, like that of a prophet. Ills hnir fell upon his shoulders. His dress was concealed by a long cloak, - BANK OF The church bells are ringing. The children are singing, The "asnii Is bringing of cheer; Its No more, there U sighing, U (lying, Knch soi-roAnd glad liearti aro crying Thnt ChrUtmiu U hero. LAN81NO. Drick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring ways kept on hand. Orders accompanied by cash prompt' Iy filled. We UV HAEDIESBTJEG Capital Stock $25,000. D. F. BEARD, 1'rcilJcnt. uJJ& XafaaVLV B WILL MILLER, M. H. BEARD, Caahicr. Q. W. BEARD "J WJKS?&2r THE ' ntaKXF BEST The lover's Lament. Your face is like a drooping flower, Sweetheart I I ice you fadirg, hour bj hour, Sweetheart! Your rounded outlines waste away, In vain I weep, In vain I pray, What power Death's cruel hand can stsy? Sweotheart, Sweetheart! MORRIS ESKRIDGE J R. M. JOLLY. INTEREST Dlrectori. xr PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. CnEA.'EKT w WnV raaKTaraTr MEDICINE LIVER CHILL CURE. MEDICINE .KNOWN MARTIN, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. CONSIDERING Why, nothing but Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It imparts strength to tho failing system, cures organic troubles, nnd for debilitated nnd feeble women generally, is tmcqualetl. It dispels nnd nervousness, nnd builds up both flesh nnd strength. Guaranteed to give satisfaction in o'ery rase, or money paid for it refunded. A Petition. Dear Doctor Koch, list unto ui, ltelieve, we pray, our nation, Uncover, kill, that crafty cuss, The germ of speculation. N. Y. Herald ly All persons Indebted to tbo estate of J. 0. BILIOUSNESS, DYSPEPSIA. Root, deceased, are hereby notified to como AND CHRONIC CONSTIPATION. bold, forward and settle Immediately. Parties C. C. lug claims against the estate are also requested to bring them forward, properly proven fur DRUGGIST settlement. NCXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE. SALE OF MILL, BOILER, ENOINE, .10. Ky Clovorport, I will offer for la'e to the highest bidder, on 2 o'olock p. Saturday, December 13th, 1890, a. m., on the premlres near Union Star, a Saw Terms cash or a At Addison, a blacksmith Mill, Boiler and Engine. with family. Shop three months note with approved security. and house all ready for occupanjy, A rare opJ. II. Lay, Administrator J, O, Root, Deceased. portunity for the right man. D.ADDISON, L. IT WXIJj ALSO OURU QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. WANTED t 1 t A T1IA It lulrllli-ru-KlHtrrlakrloLrlrllr raimif rllhrr aak.wliuran iretl and Mrllr.aiid Mho, after lllrtKlloti,wlll Wbtk Inuu.lrlou.l earn laee. Taw.a.a lh.llara a how la III alorurnLh Year In Ihelr own lore litlra.ttlitrrTertlirvll..l Ih. alluatlun or emtlovinen l,al h 1,1. It Jim ran earn Itial amount. .to waller wr mewnieee eucrrMiuiaa auuve. quirair IrameU. I dr.lre but on. worker from eai li ilLlrlt I or rvunly l Iit taltYtJ UUflit itl tutIJm1 with tin t j turn I Urv kfJIMW ttumbtr. uhiiartintklar )rr(ls ml NOlMI. r'ulll.M.ct.,.rrir l:i;. AiMrr.i t oiirf , lliifc 4ttO, Aiittiitft Muhir, i:. , $3000 leach an tilrl ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. AIsl.i:, or ll'NIl All persons Indebted to the estate of Tho. F Satterfield, deceased, are hereby notified to come forward and settle Immediately Parliti holding claims against the estate are alsn requested to present them properly proven for C1IAS. W. SATTKP.FIKLD, settlement. Administrator. Breckenridge News, r ; ST. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1800. qTbABBAGE "JNO. I.., St. I,. A T. I.ocnl Time Cnrd. 10.05 a.m. 11.07 a.m. Mall and Express going East i " West " Kait Kxpreai Local Freight ii " " West it East West 5.58 p.m. 9 27 p.m. 11. 19 a.m. -- 10.05 a.m. Tiik Owensltoro Messenger says the burnt district in lmt city is being rapid-l- v rebuilt. ' back to (own. Hon. "Will Miller is at homo from Frankfort to spend the holidays. tl. P. Jolly returned to Owensboro last Saturday, Dr. Milner, Hnion Star, was in the city last Monday. Judge Mercer nnd I). 11. Murray have been employed to defend Sam Harrison. Mr. Win. Ilensley nnd his family have moved to Louisville. Miss Lizzie Smith is at home from Hawesville to spend the holidays. lltirnih for Christmns Judge llarlon has moved J BRANDENBURG. John T DIUo, - Aflcnt & Corrcsp'nt Sun-dav. Preaching at the Ilaptist church was in we only had time to take tip a collection. Mr. Ilarrv Bell is having another Marshal Ed. Thompson, of Hardins- bnrg, Stabbed to Death by Good-byold year. Sam. Harrison. Oil, news items are not scarce at all if Town Marshal Edward Thomson, of GUSTON. e to make a around the world after liN term of trip nllice expires. wife ami son, are preparing It N reported Hint Gov. Buckner, liis Sittixh Hull, tin- - famous Sioux chief, and six other Indian-- , were killed lat week in an eiieounter with Government troop. Mrs. Jcse lligbee, of Meade county, charged with the murder of four of her live children, lias been confined in jail at Louisville. The woman is thought to be insane. Tiik Nkws extend" to all of its readers a pleasant greeting on this Christmas Eve, and hopes that an abundance of pood things may be in store fur each anil all of them. Hon. Henry I). McIIenry filed at his home in Hartford, Ky., last week, lie was a member of the Constitutional and one of the leading public men of the State. Then' was a large attendance at hi funeral, including several delegates from the Constitutional Convention. It doesn't matter particularly, but if you want to keep along with the crowd better hang up your f ock. Well, now, isn't it about time that long talked of wedding up on Main street was showing up? Mr. Tom Marshal, oldest sou of Mr. Junius Marshal, is very sick with typhoid fever. 9 Mr. Johnnie Heston, who has been out West during the past year, is at home on a visit. The L., II. it W. will carry passengers to Louisville and return during the holis fare round trip. days for Mr. Will Slaton and Miss Aid were married at the Baptist church last Wednesday night, Ifev. J. C. I 'e tree officiatt, two-third- ing. Con-viitio- ii would stop and reason a moment this mouth, but owing to sickness and before they decide to purchase some re- the absence of pupils, she was com ellcd to postpone it. It will take place at medy, they could not help avoid any some future day and, it is needless to cure that is sold for $1. Figuring the retailers, the jobbers, and the manu- say, will be much enjoyed by all who facturers profits out of that solitary dol- are so fortunate as to be present. Mr. Win. Curl, the man who was so lar, and theie is left not over 20 cents for Si vtk oi'Oiiio, Cm of Toi.i:im, the medicine. Aside from itsreputation, brutally whipped near Wolf Creek on cvs roi.NTi, i and the fact, Dr. Drummond's Lightning Dec. 4, was in town last Thursday. Ho I'iiwk .1. CiiK.h makes oath that he Remedy appeals to one's good sense. gives a very thrilling account of his exis the senior partner of the firm of .J. The price is $5 per bottle, and to any one perience, being about the same as reCheney it Co., doing business in the suffering from Rheumatism it is as cheap ported in this paper lust week. An acCity of Toledo, County and State afore- as it is good and effective. Sent to nny count of the whipping and murder has said, mid that said firm will pay the sum address by Drummond Medicine Co., been forwarded to Gov. Buckner, and no of ONE IirXDKEI) DOLLARS for each 0 doubt a reward will be offered for tho Maiden Lane, New York. and every case of Catarrh that cannot be arrest of Bowmnn nnd Burgess, who are cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. still at large. UNION STAR. I'ltWK J. Ciikxkv. A terrible case of poisoning bus recentSworn to before me and subscribed in Hunting is the popular amusement ly been discovered in this county and my presence, this tit li day of December, just now . the particulars of it are so horrible as to A I). IKSii. Mrs. Win. Allen, of Preston, was in seem almost incredible. On Oct. 14th Ii. i:sox, , A. r, the little child of Mr. Jess lligbee, a town last week. Ski1' J XoUiry I'M i,: prominent farmer living near Gurnctts-villArthur Ilayues went to Hawesville was taken violently sick and died. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally last week. Two weeks after another died, and after and acts directly upon the blood and Dr. Marshall, who has been in intervals of two weeks between each mucous surfaces of the systems. Send for several mouths returned for a death his children were taken off until for testimonials free. shoit visit last week. four bad died, all of tho same violent atF. .I.Ciikse A; Co., Props., Toledo, O. .Messrs. J. Phillip Coy and Harry tacks, which the physician pronounced fifaySold by Urnggirts, 7"c. Sm.tscr weie the guests of Dr. Milner spinal meningitis. After the death of last week. the fourth child, however, the suspiHARDIHSBURG DEPRTMEHL Last Wednesday, the 17th, inst. was cions of Mr. lligbee were aroused, and court day here and there was quite a from the strange actions of his wife he sttspicioncd that she had caused their v. :. HAini.wii: i:uior number of strangers in town. death. He proceeded to have an invesMrs. Mary Shelmuii hasgone'to Troy, L Kith inst. two of the H. L W. TIME TABLE Intl., to spend the winter with her sou, tigation, and on the I.HT. I.U1M. bodies were taken up nnd Dr. II. K. Mr. Mart Shehnun. l'4feoxer Daily urr. Hardintburg 12:13 pin. Pusey, of Louisville, and a number of " 7:55 a.m. Mixed (ex. Sunduy) arr. Messrs. John Davis and Win. Ham other physicians being present, took tho OOINU KAHT. mond accompanied Claude Hrashear where I'uneiiKcr Dully nrr. Ilarillnfburg.. 8:37 a.m. from Midway home, last week and are necessary parts to Louisville, " .. 4:011 p.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. they were analyzed and found to conthe guests of Mr. C. M. McGlothlan. tain arsenic poison. Mrs. lligbee, who Among the strangers attending court, was then in Louisillc, was arrested on They Say we noticed Messrs. I). H. Severs, Milton a charge of lunacy, and her trial has That the marshal should wear a uni- Hoard, of Harilinsburg, Mr. Aleck Ilend-rebeen set for Jan. 0th. She is apparently form. of Preston, and Mr. Lou Robertr, perfectly rational, and to an ordinary That young Skinner should hurry up of Roberts llottom. observer would not be considered inand gie us a few on the cornet. Mr. Jacob Haynes met with a very sane. Experts, including Dr. II. K. That Dave Murray's joke is n good one painful accident while out hunting on Pusey, who is considered a most reliable on the Con. Con., but pretty tough on the the Kith inst. He hud shot a bird with authority on insanity, pronounce her in negro. the load of one barrel of his gun and in sane. Mr. lligbee has one child still That Frank Mercer is all broke up be- reloading, the other barrel went off" dis- living, and no doubt this one would charging its contents in his right hand have shared the same fato of the others cause his girl is going to leave town t and sprinkling several shot in his face in had not steps been taken to prevent it. morrow. That if you will give 1iiiu a police- close proximity to his eye. Fortunately It seemed to be tho plan of Mrs. lligbee to kill the entire family and then kill he can the eye was not injured and at this writman's billy and a ing he is doing as well as could be ex- herself. Persons familiar with the case run the toughs in jail. pected. do not express any doubt in regard to That some of the girls in this town her being the one who administered tho should be helped oil .before another poison, though she firmly denies anyThey Have a Bonanza. , Christinas. thing of the kind. The case is a very It seems the owners of Dr. DrumThat everybody should send in their sad one, and the sympathy of the entire mond's Lightning Remedy for Rheumasubscriptions to the Nkws before the tism have a Bonanza, us their remedy county is with Mr. lligbee in his sad first day of January. has never been known to fail in a single affliction. lie is a most prominent and That the small boy should be instruct- case. There is certainly room in the highly resjiocted fanner in his neiglilmr-hooed not to fire Koman candles into the market for a medicine that will do what business houses and in. the direction of they claim for this wonderful preparation. Commendable. people passing along the street. Although the price is$i jer bottle, if it All claims not consistent withthohigh That the citizens should make a hand-hom- o does one-haclaimed for it the price donation to Mrs. Thoiniwon be- should be $100. If the druggist has not character of Syrup of Pigs ure purposely cause her husband died in defense of got it, tho remedy will he sent to any avoided by tho Cal. Tig Syrup Company. the town. address by prepaid express on receipt of Itactsgcutl on the kidney, liver and bowels, cleaning tho system effectually, That a fine flow of suit water has ut price. Driiniinoud Medicine Co., but it is not u cure-al- l and makes no Salt Maiden Lane, New York. last been struck at Clovcrjort. pretenscsions that every bottle will not what water, gas nnd soda ash who-ee- , substantiate. Santa Clans at Babbage's. next! 1 1 e, New-Yor- Tnr death of 15. E. Thompson, the town marshal of Ilanlinsbuig, lat Thursday, l a knife in the hand1 of a man who was rotating the law, is only smother evidence of how little men's live seems to be valued in this country. It doesn't seem to make much difference whether a man is clothed witli the sanction of the law anil in the discharge of a public duty, or whether he be a plain citizen engaged in bis every day alfiiirs. No regard is hail for his duty to society or the station he occupies. The ruthless baud of the murderer is ever ready to slay him. It is getting to he u very common thing in Kentucky for the lawbreakers to shoot down an ollicer of the law us readily as nny one cUe. So far as the value of human life is concerned, that of one man is us ilenr to him as another, but when a man is compelled by force of duty to go among the ilisordeily element and command obedience to the laws of the land, he should have the greatest protection the law nf fords; otherwise none of us can be safe and every man will have to act as his own protector. In the case of the killing of Marshal Thompson, if the facts be true, there was not the slightest justificntion for the oU'ense. Hanison was disorderly and drinking, and not only refused to obey the ollicer, but in the round whipped out bis knife and stabbed bim to death. If such a case is not governed by the severest penalty known to the law, then why have any law at all? mother of Mrs. Sue Halley, died in this city last Friday. Her remains were laid to rest in the Catholic cemetery Sunday morning. Sum Harrison was brought out before Judge Adkisson last Saturday and waived an examining trial and was committed to jail. I)r. J. T. linker and his two daughters, Misses Alice nnd Maggie, returned yesterday from a visit to their relatives in Owensboro. The supper given at the school-bous- e last Saturday night was largely attended and a handsome sum realized for the school. The city council met lust Monday night and elected Mr. Logan l'ate marshal to fill the unexpired term of It. E. They also passed resoluThompson. tions of respect to their deceased officer. The prosecution against Murray 1'arr at Stephensport, charging him with arson, was dismissed by the county attorney last Friday, nfter a number of witnesses had been examined, showing pretty clearly that a case could not be made out against him. An account of the murder of Marshal Thompson in this city last Thursday night by Sam Harrison will be found in another column. Mr. Thompson was the marshal of the Mayor's court and during his whole term of office had discharged his duties most acceptably. The town will be fortunate if they find another man who will fill the office with as much general satisfaction as did Mr. Thompson. Mrs. , John Mr. M II. Fontaine last week. Mr. X. McMonigle lias been quite ill for several days. T. E. Ditto and wife are boarding at the St. Cloud Hotel. Mr. Geo. II. Cnsperke nnd wife were in I)uisvillo last week. Miss Lucy Hnwlings has returned home from a visit to Louisville. Messrs. It. II. "Xevitt nnd E. II. Shel-ina- n were in Louisville last week. Miss Hose Yeakel, of Louisville, is visiting her father, Mr. Geo. Yeakel. Miss Georgia Morenien has returned home from a visit to Louisville. The school taught by Prof. Glasgow in the Bottom closed last week. Hon. Gus W. Richardson was in town Saturday. Prof, and Mrs. Scott will spend tho holidays at Alton, I ml. Mr. T. E. Ditto went to Cumberland Gap last week. We are glad to say that Judge Wool-fol- k has improved sufficiently to be out again. Mrs. X. E. Reese, of Columbus, 0., is spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. K. Ditto. Miss Jennie Woolfolk spent several days last week with Miss Mary Bicker-staf- f at Long Branch. Miss Jennie Hurley, who has been visiting Miss Lillian Lewis, returned to her home in New Albany Friday. Miss Eva Hetndon, accompanied by is at home one of her school-matespending Christinas. Mr. Mason McMonigle is at home, having been called here by tho illness of bis father. He will remain until after Christ mas. Misses Mary Pusey and Nellie Richardson, who have been attending school in Louisville, are at home spending the holidays. Joe Mulhattan is not in this country, but he has uu associate in this county who can hatch up just as good a snake story. Mr. Chas. Welch and Miss Ellen Miller were united in marriage at the home of the bride near here at 0 o'clock Thursday morning, Rev. E. II. Morrison officiating. The AVhite Caps got after Joe More-me- n and ran him over home Sunday from Corydon. Joe says the White Caps won't let him spend a Sunday in that town t'.'i. Mr. Geo. Sansom and wife (nee Miss Mattie Malin) arrived last Friday night from Evansville and spent several days with the bride's uncle, Mr. Jas. Malin and Mr. John Frakes, of the St. Cloud Hotel. Mrs. Hattie (Jrinnell intended having a musicale by her class on the 20th of Let us Reason. If any one who Millers from Itheuma-tisi- n dwelling house erected, to lie occupied, we understand, by Mr. James Osborne. Corn gathering is over and nobody's crib is groaning 'neath the weight of Hogs nearly all sold and killed. . There has been considerable complaint among infant children in the way of severe colds, hut at this writing all seem to bo better. Mr. J. L. Simpson, teacher of our district school, is giving general satisfaction ; is a Wheeler of the right grit and a nice, clever gentleman. Christmns goods of all kinds arrived nt tills town, it seems to us, about a week earlier than usual, and tho people have not been slow in providing themselves with such articles. Miss Lou Shacklctt, of Buck Grove, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Corona Neafus, of nenr here. Miss Shacklctt has quite a number of friends and acquaintances in this vicinity. Tho county union of the farmers and laborers of this county will meet at Brandenburg, Dec. 27th, and the probability is that there will bo Borne "speechifying" on that occasion in tho interest of this organization. Mrs. Melissa Bcwley is certainly the champion butter maker of this community. During the past twelve months she has made and sold, besides their family use, which she sayB is not a small amount by nny means, over 500 pounds. Mrs. llewiey sells her butter direct to parties in Iiuisville, for which she receives 20 and 25 cents per pound. Thursday, the 23th, .is called Christmas, and tho ways in which it has been, and doubtless will bo spent, are various, and judging from the actions of not a few it would seem that they hardly realize why the 2.1th of December is so called; if they do realize such, then they certainly ignore to n very great extent the claim that their Heavenly Father has upon them. It seems to me that those of us that may live to enjoy next Thursday night, with no impropriety, ask ourselves a question or questions something like the following: l Why is it, during the year which is nigh spent, tlint so many of our acquaintances and friends have sickened and died and we still live? All the pur poses for which we nro thus spared of course are only known to Dim who knows all things. However, this much we do know, that it is our duty to try to and especially benefit our fellow-mathose about us; also our daily walks and acts should be such ns would prove to those whom wo constantly nssociate with tltat we reverence God and his cause far above everything of an earthly character. If we fail to do this we are certainly missing the object of our creation. Well, Mr. Editor, when we lay our pen aside this time, it will be for good that is, so far as scribbling items for tho Nkws in the year 1890 is concerned; nnd allow us, will you, to kindly thank you for the kindness that you have shown us in admitting our broken remarks, from timo to time, to enter the columns of Wo became a your valuable paper. subscriber to your paper about six mouths after its publication and have been one over since. And now, Mr. Editor, if you and I are privileged to enter the new year and witness some of the many new incidents that will occur, I may occasionally ask of you tho same favor that you have granted me in the past. So here's to you nnd yours, n pleasant Christinas and a happy New Yeor. now-wel- GARFIELD. A Death. To the memory of Brother Frank Bandy, who departed this life Dec. 4, 1800, of typhoid fever the dear, kind one whose cheerful voice and loving smiles were ever ready to gladden our hearts with his presence. He has gone to his home of eternal abode. Ho was stricken down by tho feeble destroyer, leaving a devoted wife, mother and father, nnd n host of friends to mourn his loss. Cousin Frank was n gentleman none know but to love, and when the news was received that ho was no moro, many bitter tears were shed. Oh, I see how we will cling with tears and prayer to our dear ones when wo find they are about to bo taken from us! But we have no heart just now to speak further. He whoso ways are inscrutable nnd past finding out has seen fit to remove hiin from this world, and ho now sleeps in the realms of eternal bliss. What can we say to assuage the anguish of his sorrowing wife nnd parents? Nothing for grief like theirs must find expression, or the heart will hurst. AVo can only say, we tender them our heartfelt sympathy in their deep afiliction. Cousin Frank was eminently a sociable and mild Christian. His door was ever open to his friends. It appeared like the dearest place on earth was "home, sweet home." He was a loving nnd devoted husband, a good neighbor and a steadfast friend. A kind word to his friends: Bo yo ready, for God w'ill come sooner or later to gather up hisewels. IIkxiiv Johnson. ..... V, y, d. lf The great slaughter sale of Christmas goods is at Babbago's. Everything goes at soino price Tho largest stock in the city. Notice Saw Mill Men. Wo want to buy for cash 600.000 feet of good Poplar lumber, cut one inch thick by six inches wide, 12, 14 nnd 10 feet long. Hioiii.ANi) Park Pianino Mill Co., Physician recommend It. All dealers keep It. (1.00 pur bottle. Genuine and crowed red tinea on wrapper. has trade-mark lloom 7, Tyler Building, Louisville, Ky. FOR DY.sjl'Ul'MI.V Ufl Bravrn'a Iran Ulttcra. Louisville, the greatest holiday entertainment ever brought to this country, in the great production of tho English Pantomime of "llabes in the Woods." "Babes" opened in Chicago nt the Auditorium there, on tho 10th November, whero it will closo for its engagement in Louisville. Louisville will bo tho second place only where it has been given, and from Louisville it goes direct to Now York, to begin a long engagement during New Year's week. The staging, scenic effects, costumes, etc., of this great pantomime, arc said to bo marvelous. The pantomime consiste-o- f tho "llabes in the Woods," "Robin Hood and bis Merry, Merry Men," Harlequin, "Who killed Cock Itobin?" the new version of the old story retold by E. L. TIIK VERDICT. We the jury find that the dead body Illanchard. There will be a grand procession and tableaux of the leading now before us, is that of Itobt. E. Thompson, of Haidinsburg, Ky., who was killed characters in Shakespeare's play, of aud murdered on the 18th inst., between Hamlet, Othello, Richard III, Macbeth, 5 and 0 o'clock p. m., from a wound in Merchant of Venice and Midsummer the left arm with a knifo, inflicted by Night's Dream, which will be followed Sam Harrison, while, as wo believe, said by the Harlequinade, and then tho transThompson was in discharge of his duty formation scene, the scenery designed and painted by Ernst Albert. Tliero as marshal of the town of Hardinsburg. G. W. Beard, will bo a grand Ballet of Nymphs, nnd T. G. Mattingly, one of International Insects. The childDavid Driskel, ren as well as the older ones aro eager for this great holiday enjoyinont, when Frank Dollaven, Ben. T. Miller, they will see the wicked Baron and J. B. Buzby, Baroness ; the King's Deer Forest ; a C. F. Black, J. P. II. C. C. glimpse of Sherwood Forest, with Robin December 18th, 1800. Hood's Merry, Merry Men. It will be Wonderland opened to the vision of childhood, youth and old ago. "Tho The Editor's Prize. Babes" will not bo welcomed moro Mr. A. K. Hawkes has gained u nationoptician, and heartily on their first appearance, than al reputation as a practical his celebrated spectacles and patent will "maid Marian," in whom will bo are known throughout recognized the bright, vivacious favorito spring United States. Wo are writing this of last Spring, Louise Beaudet, and it the article with a pair of his Now Crystalizod may be safely predicted, tho great sucLenses, and they seem to us as transpar- cess she will score. Miss Gcorgio Davids, so well known ent as light itself ; ami with them tho finest print is as clear as in youth. Edi- in Louisville, will appear as Eglantine, Queen of the Fairies, and doubtless the tor Christian Advocate. All eyes fitted and lit guaranteed by Auditorium will bo filled with many of her old friends nnd admirers. Miss G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. Davids is known as Elaine Eilson on tho stage. This Christmas week will see moro strangers in the city of Louisville, than ever before, for there has never been Many peculiar points make Hood's such an entertainment presented to the superior to all other medicines. public as this pantoinjmo of "Babes in Peculiar In combination, proportion, and preparation of Ingredients, the Woods." Tho organization of this Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses company, with costumes, scenery etc., tlio full curatlvo value of tho best known romodios. ot has cost a hnndsonio fortune, the exthe vcgctablo klr penses each week costing a smnll one. dom. strength Peculiar In Its. Louisville may bo congratulated that tho Hood's Sar- and economy- management of the Auditorium, has had tho onlymcdl- saparllla is. tho enterprise to engage this great prowhich can truly cine ot " One Hundred Doses bo said, duction for her bencilt, giving her an Cinn . Jf -Dollar." Medicines In SW fc. entertainment thnt has only been prolimn., nnd amnll.. Imdt.. duced in one other city, at tho Auditorl'rcqulro'Iargcr doses, and do not produco'as good results ns Hood's. ium, Chicago, and which Now York rccuuarTn Us medicinal merits. tried to obtain immediately after its nood's Sarsaparilla accomplishes cures hith engagement there, but could not get it erto unknown, and lias won for Itself until New Year's week. The Auditortho tltlo ot "Tho grcatost blood purmcr ovor discovered." ium will bo crowded during tho first holiday week, for the nttraction is some Pecullarln Its "good namo at tiling so now nnd so gorgeous, that none home," thcro Is now moro will stav away, tliu prices being so reasonof Hood's Sarsaparilla sold In able. Tliero will bo reduced rates durLowell, whore It Is mado, ing tho week. As great as was Kiralfy's than of all other blood show, it is said to bo but a sido show in puriflors. fccullar In Us comparison with this. Do not miss Bophenome record ot sales eing this great "English Pantomime. abroad, other preparation Prices aro 50 cents admission, 25 and has ever attained such popu 50 extra for reserved seats. Address larity In so short a time, Jas. II. Camp, Business Manager, P. O. .....l ut.tnhl Urn .ttM1lrltU Box (13, ofllee, 23(1 Uli Ave. confidence among all classes ot people so steadfastly. ASSIGNEES NOTICE. Do not bo Induced to buy other preparations, but be sure to get tho Tccullar Medicine, Periont knowing tbemielrei to be taJobted o J. T. Patterson, will at once call on th vulgnse and teltla by p&jlng their account, Bold by all drnggtiU. 1'repiredonlr lilxfori. at the outitanding debti rauit be collected imby HOOD A CO., Apothecartea, Lowell, eye-glass- Ilurdiiishiir-- was stabbed (o death in Hint place Inst Friday afternoon, between o Harand 0 o'clock, by Sam. Harrison. rison bad been .drinking through the day nnd along about 5 o'clock Mr.Thoinp-so- n arrested him and started with him to the jail. When they got to the corner below Beard & Heeler's store that turns down to the jail, Harrison refused to go any further nnd drew his knife. Thompson hero cnlicd Mr. Tom McGlll to his assistance, McGill went to where they were nnd both he nnd Thompson tried to get Harrison to put up his knife but he refused to do it. Mr. Thompson almut this time struck him about the head with his cane and then Harrison used his knife, striking Mr. Thompson once in tho breast and another time in the left arm, tho latter lick goiiig clear through the arm, severing the muscular vclns, causing him to bleed to death in a littlo while. Mr. Thompson when he discovered that he hod been stabbed, ran rapidly to Beard & Becler s drug store, and when he reached the back part of the room near tho stove, ho fell and expired in a few minutes. By this timo Harri-so- n had made good his escape to the country. In a very short time the whole town was aroused, nnd fifty men armed with pistols nnd shot guns started in. purHarrison was suit of tho murderer. captured in the woods a few miles from town about 10 o'clock at night. When found ho made no resistance and wns brought back to town nnd lodged in jail. The excitement was so high, thnt for n time it was thought Harrison would be lynched, but cool bends caused the project to be abandoned. The manner in which Mr. Thompson camo to his death was seriously regretted by the whole community. He hnd been marshal of llnrdinsburg for about two years, and had made one of tho best officers tho town has had for many yems. The following is the testimony before the coroners jury at tho inquest on the body of It. E. Thompson : Dr. C. N. Mosoly I wns called to the store of Beard & Beeler, in llnrdinsburg, on December 18th, 1890, between 5 and (! o'clock (. m. When I got there I found Mr. Thompson dying from knifo wound The wound in in the brenst and arm. the arm was the one that caused his dentil. Dr. J. C. Sutton Was called to Beard & Heeler's store a little nfter 6 o'clock on t December 18th. When I got there was dying. Probed Mr. Thompson the wounds and think the one in the arm caused death. Tom McGill I wns called about dusk, looked across the street and saw Sam Harrison pulling Mr. Thompson up the street, Mr. Thompson called yio to come over there, when I got nearly to him, Mr. Thompson told me that Mr. Harrison had a knife, I told Sam to give mo the knife. He said he would not. Mr. Thompson also told Mr. Harrison two or three times to give me the knife and he said ho wouldn't do it. Mr. Thompson then hit him a light lick, then Harrison struck at Thompson with his knife, Thompson told me that Harrison bad cut him, I then took hold of Harrison and jerked him and he fell in tho street. I then told Mr. Thompson to go to the drug store and I went after the doctor. saw-tha- A Railroad At ' " i? W. " ' ' cS-f- ;,? T" ' V- - ' . Itailrond meeting was held Oct. 14th, 1890, anil the fol-- " lowing ortlor was made : Tho main depot of this road shall be established at Wm. Vest & Sons. The first station of this line shall bo staple and fitney goods. Free passes will ho issued for all stations along the lino. Thorc will be many slops on this road as it will pass through some noted places. Nothing can surpass Grocery Station, it would take two engines to pull the train through, for tho stocks are so largo and grand, and prices so low they would clog the wheels of tho engine. Shawl blanket and undorwear junction is no small station on this road and is tho beat place for all who are cold to hop off. Along this lino can be seen the great dress goods'fields, such as never were seen before, every figure that is new from tho looms will catch every one's eye as they pass. No placo will attract young men liko shirt, collar and tie station. This road runs through underwear mountain and comes down through dress goods tunnel. The greatest place of all. On cither side of this tunnel, hangs lovely vclvots, ribbons, laces, braids and buckles. There is no danger ontiiis road, as the track is laid with the best lino of black silk warp henrietta, and the crosstics are 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 line. A Wm. Vest k Sons. CLOVERPORT, KY. Amphitheatre Auditorium, Louisville Ky., Grand English Pantomime, "Babes In The Woods," Week of December 22d. Tho public of Louisville and Kentucky, will have presented at the Auditorium, SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. Uy virtue of taxes due the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and Breckenridge county, for the years 18S5, 80, 87, 88, 89 and 1890, by the following named persons, and for the years designated, we will proceed to sell for ensh In hand, on Monday, January Court-houso 19, 1891, door, in Hardinsburg, Ky. At the the following described property, or a sufficient amount to satisfy the several amounts : (land) Bates, Jeremiah T., lor for particulars see Deed Book X, page 484. Amount of tax and cost $20.25. an unFisher, Chas. A., for h interest, in what is divided ya) known as the Barney Fisher borne place, mile south of Cloverport. For particular? Book No. 10, pago 502. Amount--of tax and cost, $11.11. Farmer, Sallie, for 1880 (land) listed In her name, but the title Is In the name of the In Irs of Michael Brickey, for further particulars see Commissioner's Deed Book No. 2, page 25fl. Amount of tax and cost, $5.30. land-Fo- r 8, Walker, Samuel II., for 1885-8- 8 particulars see Deed Book No. 20, page 531, deed from Thos. Burdotto to Margarete A. Walker. Amount of tax and cost, $2731. 9 0 Mathews, America, for 1886 87 land, for particulars see Deed Book L. page 187. Amount cf tax and cost, $23,27. V. II. SEVERS, S. B.C. 1. S. Wo are now arranging a large list of property for sale for Taxes which will be advertised vory soon. All persons owing taxes would save a great deal of costs and expense We have by settling the same Immediately. already given one notlco that we wanted to settle up our business, which we are compelled Bo thoso not heeding the?e notices to do. must abide the consequences. Hespcctlully, 1888-89-0- 0 one-sixtone-half 87-88-- D, H.Skvkes, S.B. C. John Ai.kxandf.r, D. S. J, S. DeJkbkxkttx, D. S. L. a.QRKOOKY, D. S, December 3d, 18V0. NOTICE TO ! AND STONE CONTRACTORS BUILDERS. SculoJ proposals will bo received up to 12 o'olook noon of the 12th day of January, 1891, for furnishing all material and performing all labor neceitury for the erection of a stone jail and brlok residence for jailer for llreckenridge County, Ky., to be situated on a lot In llnrdinsburg, Ky. Illds "111 be rejelred for a building to be ereoted in Accordance with plans and specifications prepared by McDonald Dros , of Louisville, Ky., or if bidders prefer, t'uey may submit along with their bid other plans and specifications for a stono Jill and jailer's brick residence. Bach proposition must bo accoui punied by a certified check for $500, mado pay able to the committee, which check is to be forfeited to the County in case the bidder submitting it shall fall to enter Into contract and give bond for the work if his proposition Is of the value of the work. acceptod. Is to be paid for as the work progresses and the remainder one year after completion. For further Information bidders are referred to said ctmmtssioners, and to the records of the Court at Uardinsburg, Ky. The plans and specifications of MoUonald Bros,, can be seen ut the County Clerk's ofllee in Hardinsburg. and at tho office of McDonald llros., in Louisville, Ky. The right Is rctf rred to reject any or all bids. By order of County Court. Morris Fskridge, U. w. ueard, Matthias Miller, Commltteo, l). 11. borers. Uno-half ' Peculiar & 3r. rV Notice. 1 Stato of Kentucky, County ol llreckenridge J Taken up as astray by J. A. Gross, living near Holt post office, In llreckenridge; county, on or about the bth Intt. Fire head of bogs, about 7 months old, thro white and black spotted boars, one black buar and one black sow, all marked with swallow fork in lett ear and crop and under bit In right ear, and which was appraise! by Harrison Ilellaveu, of Holt, Ky., in the sum of ten dollars ($10) Witness my baud this 12th day of December, 18VU. WM. AI1L,J. P. I). 0. ijR S 'e o When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorln. When ahe was a Child, she cried for C&storia. When she became Miss, she clung to Costoria. When ahe had Children, she gave tliero Castorhv Vrand Hood's Sarsaparilla a I. Uu. IOO Doses Ono Dollar mediately, II. N.MIM.Klt.Aulgneo. '. ? "1 J.WXil tw Misses Lena and Maggio MeGary, of V H v I4 fl v, 4kl ".r n. i t. KWL waPE afi i-- . tfl8K Tho salt woll on Major Miller's land and Tula Lewis. reached tho "lower vein" of salt water at Tho city council and Judge Dollaven 2 o'clock p. in., on last Saturday. Tho have compromised their street troubles, quality of tho water is what was expectthe council agreeing to pay him ed nnd desired, and the quantity more for tho right of way. than satisfactory. In a few hours there Mr. Samuel RolwitHon, of Lodiburg, wero four hundred feel of salt water in was in tho city Saturday. He spent Sunthe well. Dr. J. P. Barntini camo down day with his uncle, Mr. Geo. W. Robert- from Louisvillo and was delighted with son, at Patcsville. the appearance of thingx. The well is reMaster Commissioner V. G. Babbago now 401 feet deep. ISTow This well was sunk for the Crescent was in town Saturday and sold four acres of ground belonging to Lou Pate for $00. Soda and Salt Company, Bennett II. Young, president. Tho company now M. Hamblcton was the purchaser. has on Its property a gas well and a salt Both tho method ami results when ordiThe city council has passed an Syrup of Figs is taken; it is plensnnt KU&'ViMJJUM nance requiring all drug stores in this well, both sufficient and highly satisand refreshing to tho taste, and acta city handling whisky to take out n !?100 factory, and it may now bo said that the development of their property has reachEmtly yet promptly on tho Kidneys, license after the 1st of January next. and Bowels, cleanses tho sysed all that tho company has sought for Mrs. Emma Haars and her two Z tem effectually, dispels colds, headtho last six months. A of the train Friday to spend limestone, natural gas combination aches and fevers and cures hahitunl and salt water in the winter with her brothers, Clcl and largo quantities on tho constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho samo spot is inAl Shacklett at San Antonio, Texas. only remedy of its kind over prodeed rare, with a rnib-oapenetrating, Su1- duced, pleasing to tho taste nnd acHon. G. I). Clinnibcrs,lIancock'8 repre- and a large river flowing beside the propceptable to tho stomach, prompt in For Christmas Presents in great variety, including Necksentative in the Constitutional Conven- erty with a deep water harbor in its its action and truly beneficial in its wear, Underwear, Hosiery, Umbrellas, etc., on which tion, got on one of his periodical sprees in front. effects, prepared only from tho most prices are also reducded. Louisvillo last week and was locked up. But such is the case and general conhealthy and agrecaulo substances, apLindlay is furnishing a gratulations aro indulged in. The Bar-nuMr. Robert its many excellent qualities comvery handsome room at Mr. Geo. Weath-erbolt'- s. patent for tho production of soda Julius-Winte- r mend it to all and hnve niado it It is said that ho will leave for ash and its is fully complettho most popular remedy known. St. Louis in a few days and bring hack ed at Washington. Every impediment Syrup of Figa is for sale in 50c LOUISVILLE, KY. THIRD AND MARKET, his bride. seems to bo removed, nnd the construcand $1 bottles by all leading drugMiss Mollie Patterson was married to tion of the works will be no longer degists. Any rcfiablo drugpkt who Mr. David Wright, of Daviess county, layed. may not havo it on hand will proThe gas field at Cloveiport is manifestlast Thursday evening at H o'clock p. in., cure it promptly for any cno who wishes to try Do not accept Rev. W. C. Overstreet performing the ed to bo all that can be reasonably dei I i i i i i lM M JJJ i.i M jm sired. But two wells aro being employany substitute. ceremony. ed to supply the domestic wants of tho CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Mr. A. 11. Evans, formerly with the city. The others are as yet idle, and 8AH FRANCISC ), CAL. Short Lino Railroad, succeeds Mr. Sam LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. Stitcs as conductor on passenger train each of the pipe line companies havo a be turned into tho mains No. 52, Mr. Stites having been recently well ready to IVm. K. Barnea, John Allen Murray, incase very cold weather shall make it promoted to tho position of chief train Cloverport. Ilardlnaburg. necessary to do so. dispatcher, vico E. B. Zigler, resigned. MURRAY &. BARNES, , Tho field is shown to be a fruitful one, The first passenger train was run over and whenever and wherever around or the Falls of Rough branch of the L. II. & in the city, gas shall bo llardlnsburg nod Clorerport, needed tho drill W. railroad to tho Falls of Rough Mon- will Kentucky. If yoti have money to spend prepare to spend it now. Don't folfurnish it. Any number of manunow leave Louisday. Passengers can factories can have this fuel within a few low Jay Gould's advice and get along with one Suit or Overcoat a M. ville at 8:05 a. in. and arrive at the Falls feet of the furnice, by penetrating tho year, when nt our prices you can own half a dozen. Tho MeKinloy of Rough at 1:24 p. m., have a few hours earth to n depth of 900 feet. Tho river tariff bill to the confrary notwithstanding. there and return the same evening. Mr. and the rail alongside afford Office over JiichartUon'x Hardware ttore. rapid and J. .1. Tilford is the conductor. We'll make things "Sizz" this week in our ' cheap transportation. OLOVEBPORT. KY. These nro the reBabbaco is not making much fuss sults learned and established within the 35-C?- G W. S. TAYLOR. J. II. TAVLOH, J. C. I1CSII, about his holiday goods, but he's got 'em last eighteen months. & Co., all the same, and they aro going off like Our people have not been idle. They hot cakes. The prices well everybody havo realized that patienco and o says they aro tho lowest in town. The would accomplish the desired Over Zulaufa Jewelry Storo 0WENSB0R0, KY. grand slaughter will commence in earn- ond of revealing what wo have. Frederica Street, They Everything goes name your knew it was necessary to do so, nnd have est If you havo any children to Shoe bring them in ii .id wo can fit price and take it. faltered neither in faith nor effort. them out for less money than any other house. J. F. Sulzer & Bro. have a very hand- Croakers thero were to revile rival some display of Christinas goods. Mr. towns and people wero abundant to bitWEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1890 Everything goes in J. B. Fisher is their artist, and his ar- terly sneer and misrepresent. But they rangement of their show windows nnd moved onward, till now they stand on LOCAL BREVITIES. general display would do credit to any factions immutablo as truth. of tho largo houses on Fourth avenue, Clovcrport's future as a largo town is Vest went to Koine Friday. Jolm Louisville. The Sulzers are mighty live assured. She invites imigration and inThe pay train will bo down people. dustry into her midst. Her people havo Mrs. Judge Murray went to Louisville At ridiculously low prices. Miss Sallie Pumphrey, of Holt, and expended thousands to exhibit nnd deyesterday. Mr. Orfila Dollaven, of this city, were velop her vast possibilities, and they aro Mrs. J. A. Witt, of Hardinsburg, was in married at the residence of the bride's offered to the capitalist and the artisan town Saturday. uncle, Capt. A. J. Gross, Monday at 0 to materialize. Dr. Itanium arrived hero 'Monday Mr. Chas. Mattinply went to IJock o'clock a. m. The wedding was a very Vale, Monday. quiet one, thero being only a fow friends night and says his company is satisfied Tl ie largest .stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices Mr. Fladgo Carter, of Webster, was in present. After the ceremony the happy with the recent developments, and they can be found at pair took tho 10 o'clock train for Louis- will go to work erecting their plant hero the city Saturday. immediately after the first of January. ville. we will make a drive in for the next ton days. Mr. Nelson Jolly and wife are visiting Are a few things The American Gas Company sold their Mrs. J. C. Yeagor. Why It Is Popular. well to the Mineral Center Gas Company Misses Ida and Georgio White went to "Wo carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture Because it has proven its absolute merlast week for 2,000. Mayor Pierco con-Louisville Thursday. at prices to suit the times. .Below wc quote prices of Harness made summated the trade and it is said got a big it over and over again, becauso it has an Mr. C. AV. Moorman and wife returned block of stock for his trouble. This well unequalled record of cures, becauso its from pure Oak 1 aimed Leather. from Louisvillo Thursday. Single Buggy IIarnes, Breast Collar 5.50, Sti.50, 87.50, $9.00 will bo turned into tho pipe lino and the business is conducted in a thoroughly and 812.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75e, 00c and 1.00. Miss Florcneo Lewis returned homo consumers in that part of tho city will honest manner, and becauso it combines Saddles, $1.75, economy and strength, being tho only '2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, S7.00 and $10.00. Saturday from Hardinsburg. havo plenty of gas. We carry a line of Ilubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at Ono would bo surprised to tako a walk medicine of which "100 Doses Ono DolProf. McAulifTisspendingtho holidays of this city to see lar" is true these strong points have Wc carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The very low prices. through the West-en- d with bis family at Brandenburg. Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertainWalter Smart camo homo from Nash- tho number of now buildings that have mado Hood's barsapanlla the most 811 gone up there within tho last three ccssful medicine of tho day. ing to the trade. We have a large lino of Collars, I lames and Chains, ville Friday to spend tho holidays. months. Some fifteen or twenty good Breeching .'5.00, .'5.50, 1.00, 4.50. Marshal Graham is no better and there Holiday Excursion Bates. substantial dwellings have been put up Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds is, very littlo hopo of his recovery. Tho L., St. L. & T. railroad will on besides a number that havo been re of repairs and make now work to order. ' Miss Dixie I'errigo, of Stephensport, paired. Everything looks prosperous December 24, 23 and 31st and January Jt will pay you to examine our stock. was in tho city yesterday shopping. 1st, sell holiday excursion tickets beand healthy in tho West end. Jnpaneso banging lamp, Mr. and Mrs. Nolle; May-Vanc- e. 3D- - 23Zi.3ivd::BX-aElT03Sr- J. A. Cone is building a barn and Oxidised silver fruit s and, Sam. Mav, J. F. Sulzer & Bro., havo bought the tween all stations on its lino at ono and d The marriage of Miss Settie May to r faro for tho round trip. Redwelling on his farm near Irvington. dot. Ind., knives and forks, Patterson stock of goods from R. N. MilMr. J. Scott Vance was solemnized at BUgnr shell set, perfume bottles, L. T. Reed ; turn limited to January 5th. - Dr. G. M. Marshall, of New York, is ler, assignee. Tho goods will not be re-tho homo of the bride's parents last Individual castor, Mr. and Mrs. Dltzonbacb ; visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Short this moved but sold from tho storehouse Fire and Paving Brick Material. Thursday evening promptly at 7:30 Glass pitcher, Mr. and Mrs. Brnndenburgh; week? whero they now aro. Tho indebtedness t Fruit dish, Mr. and Mrs. Geary; Pair towels, At tho eastern edge of tho city is a o'clock, Itcv. W. C. Overstreet ofliciat-inProf. Gus Brown and wife went to sums up about $950 and tho assets Tho attendants wero Miss Lizxie Annie and Klla May; Ornamental throe, Magpeculiar sight, and tho passerby inquires Brandenburg yesterday to spend tho amount to enough to pay tho creditors its gie Mook, Cannelton, Ind.; Dinner napkins, meaning. At tho edgo of tho railroad Siuiers, this city, and Mr. 13. II. Ureiden-bac50 per cent, on tho dollar. R. N. Miller, holidays. Owonsboro ; Miss Dlancho Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Adams; Pair towels, track is a well ten feet in diameter and Chas Bowles: Two silk throes, Emma Model, Renew your subscription before the tho assignee, says tho business is being twenty-thre- e feet deop. From it has Tobinspoit, Ind., and Mr. Harry Both, Point Pleasant, W. V.j possible, and ho dot. glasses, Frank 1st of januaiy and get tho benefit of our wound .up as rapidly as this city. Quito a number of the friends Ballman and sister; hopes to bo nblo to make u settlement been taken and tested, a peculiar clay or Pair elegant votes, A. M. j) re m iu ins. of the, happy cotiplo were present to witslate. Its color is singular and variegatwith tho creditors in a very short timo. McCracken and wife, Louisville, Ky.; Orna' 'Squiro Hall, of Stephensport, was ed. Its quantity is apparently limitless. ness tho ceremony.1 ' mental tea kettle, Mrs. R, II. Pierce; Cut glass George Dean and Ether Hall got into d amohg tho passengers on tho Tho brido wore an elegant golden float dibit, Mr. and Mrs. Bobler; The product of this holo makes a brick dot. napa difficulty at tho depot Sunday night train Monday. as bard as Hint and glazed on its surface, brown cloth traveling suit, and looked kins, II Oglesby and wife; Pair towels, Anna and used a club and a knifo pretty freely which withstands tho action of firo be- her prettiest, An elegant lunch was and Jennie Murphy; Pair vases, Mr. and Mrs. ft. E Pickerell is running tho Co-- s on each other. Gcorgo Dean is tho night yond all others, and makes a pavement served, immediately after which Mr. and Solbrlg; Pair glass pickle dishes, TlsMa Hall; operativo store at Garfield and reports a clerk at tno depot aim i.tner Jiaii camo d bone dishes, Wm. Burks; doz. impervious to water and frost and wear. Mrs. Vance left on tho 'West-boun- d fino business. in thero making considerable noise, w hen It also makes tho best tiling, and is re- train for a month's tour in tho West. Plusb album, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fralze; . Mich Meyer has moved to Ilarned and Dean asked him to be quiet. Hall still Thoy were the recipients of many beau- doz. glasses, Bessie Mays; Hand.painted plush will open a big stock of goods tburo tho persisted in his racket and Dean ordered garded as a most valuablo discovery. A largo manufacturing concern in one tiful and costly presents, as well as the and satin card receiver. Rosa Riedel, IIolt,Kv Urst of January. him out of tho house with a threat, that of our cities has been quietly prosecut- congratulations of a host of friends. Tho Pair towels, Mr. and Mr. Oo'ze; Matoh safe, Mrs. Jennie Jabinu will upend tho if ho didn't go ho would put him out. guests met cordial and sincere hospital Master Gus May; Silver castor, .Jacob Roland, ing tho investigation and tests of this holidays with her son, Mr. Jolm Jabino, Hall replied that he wasn't man enough product of naturo, and rumor ity from tho bride s parents, Mr. and Cannelton, Ind. at Owensboro. to put him out. Dean then mado at him , says is far advanced toward establishing Mrs. Chas. May, and all wero full of Happy Hoosiers. Mrs. David StanclifT went to Louisvillo with a club and Hall jerked out bis extensive works to utilizo it. jiralso of tho ovent and tho very elegant Win TinuiioiiH, Postmaster of Idaville, Friday accompanied by her brother, knifo cutting Dean in sovcral places but manner in which it fwas conducted. : "Flectric Kilters has done not seriously. They wero tried beforo John Wilkerson. Go to J. W. Owen's for "C. C. C. Cer- The News extends its most 'henrsy con- Ind., writes more for me than all other medicine comMayor Pierco Monday and lined $10 and tain Cough Cure," it cures Coughs, Colds gratulations. J. 0. Watlington, living near Union bined, for that bud feeling arising from costs each. and all Throat and Lung Diseases. Star, cut a mulberry treo recently that Tho following is a list of tho presents: Kidney and Liver trouble." John Leslie, made 8o fencing posts. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Family lilble, Jus Vance and wife, Tierce farmer and stockman of same place says : Go to J. W. Owen's for "0. C. C. Cei-tunow storeDavo Henry dedicated bis Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, "Find Klectrio Bitters to bo tho best Cough Cure." It cures Coughs, Colds City, Mo.; Sliver butterdlib, Mr. and Mra. house at Irvington Monday night by giv- bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhoum, fever and all Throat mid Lung Diseases. Chas. May j Silver syrup stand, C'haj. and Kidney and Liver medicine, makes mo ing a dance to tho young people. sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, Walter May ; Silver fruit spoon, Eva May j feel llko a now man." J. W. Gardner, . Silver sugar spoon, Eliza May ; Silver butter hardware merchant, same town, says.' Dr. Milner was called hero Saturday to corns, and skin eruptions, and positively knife, Dnvid My j Silver tea set, Mr. and Klectrio Hitters is just the thing for a man seo Marshal Graham. Ilo says thoro is cures Piles, or no pay required. It is Mrs. A. W. Scott, Toledo, O.) Decorated dinguaranteed to givo porfect satisfaction, or very littlo hopo for bis recovery. who is all run down nnd don't care whethner set, Mn. Ellin Holt; Silver soup ladle Price 25 cents per money refunded. er ho lives or dies; he found new strength Mrs. F. M. Smith went to Louisvillo and photo case, Llulo Saucrs; Silver caster, Clover-por- t, appetito nnd felt just like he had a Saturday to meet her daughter, Miss box For sale by G. W. Short, lleniy May, Jr.t Half doi.'sllvertub'e spoons, good Ky., and J. A, "Witt, Hardinsburg, COc. a bottle, at Lafie' Lalloist, who returned from school Mr. and Mrs. Fred May, Half iloz, silver tea now lenso on life. Only 86FMcntion this paper. Ky. Maggio Bow-me- r spoons, Freddie May; One dot. silver tea spoons G. W. Short's, Clovorport, Ky., and .1. A Miss Lafie Lalleist, Miss Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. Mrs. S. K. Ecoot, Ilucyrus, Qij Pair silver Tiik Constitutional Convention is dragand Miss Lizzio Skillman havo revases, Mrs. Dr. Jfowsotn; Silver castor and turned from school to spend tho holidays ging alqng, killing a great deal of timo One Dollar Weekly fruit stand, K. II. Breldenbaeb, Otreniboro; and not doing much valuablo service. Clarence Duncan and Florence Lillard, lluys a good Gold Watch by our Club One dos. Ice cream dishes, Mr. Vftn, Tuttle; . both colored, were lined $16 and costs be- The people of Kentucky thought that System. Our 14 Karat patent stiffened f, Collar and cuff box, Chas. ltledel, Ilo't; when tho body got togethor they would fore Mayor Pierco Monday for disturbing gol.l cases nro warranted for 20 years. Mrs. II. V. Duncan; Half dox, decobo men of wisdom and prudence, and go "the pcaco. rated obina cups nnd saucors, Louis Llschcnj Waltbani or Elgin movement, reliable to work and make such immediately and well known. Stem wind set, huntCake basket, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Drown; NapLowls L. Waggoner has been to Mowo-quing or opon face, Lady's or Gent's bIzo. changes in tho Constitution as was kins, Sarah Hamman; Marble clook, Harry Kqual to any S75 Watch. Wo soil ono ID) V "V-" Ho is very prospecting. Illinois, m s.yv i and do it speedily. Hut they mm : -i ii Roth; Berry bowl, Mr. and Mrs. SIpple; Table of theso Watcbes for $28 cash, ami send much pleased with tho country and .jfiCT-TfesHBBMHBaHShave been surprised, and haven't a very cloth, Anna Hantaan; duz. cut wine to any address by registered mail, or by thinks bo will move out there. Wo oxalted opinion of tho proceedings so Absolutely Pure. glasses, Mrs. Wm. Vest; Pair towels, Mr. and Express CrO. D., with privilege of exshould bato to give up po good a citizen far. amination. rA cream of tartar baking powder. Mrs. Conrad; Handsome book, John Hays; as Mr. Waggoner. Our Agent at Durham, N. O., writes: Salad dish, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Liichen; VinHighest of all in leavening strength. "Our jeivcler have confewd they don't ' Dentistry. Mr. Miller, wifo and six children, araigrette, Mrs, L. L. Carlton; Fruit dish and know how you canfurnuh tuch work for the 17. S. Government Report, Aug, 17, 1880. rived in this city yesterday from EngDr. W. S. Taylor, of Owonsboro, Ky., soap dish, Mallnda Dolman; Fruit basket, money." iV VK - W land. Mr. Miller is tho goneral man- will bo in Hardinsburg on tho 20th of HACK J V TOURout, really ACHES nothing John and E, F. Veil; Two vegetable dishes Ono good roliablo AqeU wanted In each good for Or you are all worn ager of tho Brcckonrldgo Company, Lim- Djcombor, and can bo found at the Lcn-ni- n anil pitcher, Blanche Frank, Frank's Ld'gjnd place. Write for particulars. It Is general debility. Try Empire Watch Co., trips jiuoyou, uiox jurwns. Bold Salad dish, Kate Oglesby; Berry bowl, Mrs. ited, and comes to tako cbargo of tho House. Tho doctor will remain ono 48 it 50 Maiden Lnno, and give a goal appetite. Ivwlll cure O. B. Whiter JndlvWlnaltaitninenry Lewis; company' business here. by all draftrs In medicine. week. New York. $'-'00 JJP0GI s llardlnsburg, camo down to spend Christmas with their cousins, Misses Florence Natural Gas and Salt Water Devol-.opmo- ! I t I I I I at Glovcrport, I'Vl H M J I I I I f I I I I I l'l I i I iTl I I M I" I I I I I I I "I f I S1 fS44S!M ? DOWN GOES THE PRICE Of our superior Louisville made Clothing. Want to is your duce our stock. ing. chance to buy honest Cloth- man in need of anything GENTS' FURNISHINGS to give a friend as a CHRISTMAS GIFT can make no mistake in calling at zer's store. This Wi m & Co., statement plies to Ladies too. , it LU-LLLL- minimi I I I I I J ( Lucky Chances Attorneys atLaw. COME TO ALL. SULZER'S -- Dr. J. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, CLOVERPOET, KY. DENTISTS J. H. Taylor perso-verenc- Boot and Shoe Department Breckenridge News. 33 FURNISHING GOODS Collars and Cuffs, S3 2 Flannel Shirts, Gents' Hats, :CALL AND SEE US:- - Bo MAMLMLMTM9 o B, F. BEARD uU. C- HARDINSBURG, KY. ell-e- one-thir- g. h, 1890 : FRANK S.COOK. : SHIHGLES, DOOES, East-boun- LUMBER, LATHS, LT3DS hand-painte- SASH &c BI Estimates promptly made. in MAIN BET., 15th & 16th STB., LOUISVILLE, KY. W Hand-kerchie- sI.An a, nee-easar- y, POWDER jtwmMg,,? Jf - Jmm s n mw&y g V Altlki"ll.ir,tLA MmA Ly W Ind. vEVajsisVille, 'V mmmmm - h 4 The Only Good Indian. hers was the accuser; paid ho delivered tho tobacco and was witness to the fact. About seven years ago n corpulent DaHe was a good Democrat, hut said he kota Sioux, who looked like a backcould vote for no man who had thus woods Methodist Bishop, sat at the tall REMINISCENCES. wronged a poor widow. Heing an influ- of a farmer's wagon on a windy emiential man In the neighborhood and in nence near Bismarck peddling his auto11V AN OMHTI.MKIt. H 4 clined to avail of it, it was deemed best graph for one dollar and fifty cents NO. lit. to sec him personally at once: but ho apiece. i VJ Tho spectacle of this celebrated chiefThe jKwition occupied by the writer was obdurate, and would not admit of n nindo it a part of his duty to ride over possible mistake in the matter, and it tain and warricr turning an honest dol this county and portion of Grayson, Ohio looked as if that old "docking" scrape lar and a half by the pursuit of litera nud Hancock, for the purpose of buying was to be used for all it was worth in the ture with the aid of a stylographlc pen, was watched with interest by n crowd of tobacco to Ins delivered in the hand that canvass. observers and purchasers. Among the is, without prizing to the factory of I). However, the appointments had been group were Ulysses S. Grant, Philip H. It. Harris, for stemming. In pursuance made for speaking over the county, and Sheridan, Carl Schurz, Wm. Maxwell of this duty ho made in n short time the acquaintance of a large number of plant- McDaniels would soon bo reached. On Kvnrts, a dozen Senators and Congressers, and became to some extent familiar the appointed day the candidates met, men of the United States, half a dozen ! ! with the country necessary to be trav- the friends of each out in force, when Britisli noblemen, twice as many Berlin to was taken to one bankers and German professors, and a the party alluded ersed. Folks-Lit- tle ! side with a few friends, and when asked miscellaneous gathering of railway pres?w again about the matter, said he could idents, financiers, journalists, and sensa K" Prices-GreImmediately uroumltown hut little not bo mistaken, and would relate a ! 4r. tion hunters from two continents. It land had been cleared for tobacco, con- thing that would make it plain to all. ) was as if the world had assembled to A sequently a ride of six or eight miles "It was," he said "the day that Conty ! witness the final act of tho American must be made before reaching a good was married; lie was receiving tobacco man's submission to tobacco section. This was found first for you; there were a great many wag- red A large stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles Gold Pens, Silverware, Tableware, Novelties civilization. The British nristocracy and within tiiat distance in what mis known ons to unload and he was mad all day." Plush 'Goods, Bronzo Goods, Chinaware, Glassware, Toys of all kinds, Dolls in endless variety'! Prints,. the spectacled German professors bought as tho Miller neighborhood, where a The reply, quickly made, was that Conty Sitting Bull's signature with avidity, and Candies and Fancy Groceries. number of our best planters in the tim- was receiving tobacco for J. W. Johntho saturnine captive in the cart pockpraised ber comparatively large son, and proved by several others, and Our low prices make these Beautiful Goods all bargains. eted the cash with placidity. crops. Among them may he mentioned from that meeting the nominee had no Sitting Bull hnd been brought from Jack. .Miller, Mike and Harriet, three more active supporter than from the In addition wc will allow every purchaser of One Dollar or over, to make a guess at the number Standing Rock agency to decorate the brothen, Winston Lowrey, David Smith, man who had before so bitterly opposed scaled in an envelope in our Show window, not over four figures will be used, the first person guessing of Mr. Henry Villard across the progress Seuton Klder, Atkinson, and others, who him. the right number or the one nearest to it will receive either a Ladies' or Gent's Gold Filled Yatcli, or continent over the completed rvortnern were about tho first sellers usually, and That morning tho To mothers. Should the baby be Pacific Railroad. a Sewing Machine, as they may select. Envelope will be opened on January 1st, 1891, in the presence of this to a great extent established the cruel nnd crafty Sioux had taken his market price for early purchasers which suffering with any of the disorders of reliable witnesses, and the guesses will be examined and the Gift awarded to the successful person. Be ride behind n locomotive. That prevailed with small variations through- - babyhood use Dr. Hull's Baby Syrup at first sure and remember the place at in his life, he saw dav, for the first time once for tho troubles. 2 cts. out the countrv. a white settlement big enough to be Old Saul's Catarrh Cure does not irricalled a city. Having beheld the suptate, it is pleasant to use and will cure In an adjoining neighborhood, and posed subjugation of the stubbornest 2o cts. nearer Hardinsburg, were Uncle Joe positively. spirit that tho red race has produced for Kolmnls, Henry .Miller, Tire .Miller, Calhalf a century, the procession moved on TOBINSPORT, IND. vin Hendricks, John DcIIiivon, Henry toward the remoter West, leaving SitWalker, Milton Tate, Jolly, DeJernette, ting Bull, or Tatanka Yotankc, safe and Potatoes SI. Urickey and others, uil good tobacco growChristmas goods of all kinds at J. D. harmless within the lines. The civilizers. This leads on to Itock I.ick and Cockrcli's. ing wave had swept over him and subLong Lick, where we found;a number of dued him. The hero who is publicly The Methodists are holding a revival GEO. W, SWEARINGEN. PnES. good planters, among them Thos. Lewis, W. P. FREDERICK. CASH. .seen peddling his own former greatness here. Junes .Matiiifcc'y.thc Ithodes, Moormans, to anybody with a dollar and a half to Mr. Sam Groves, of Spencer county, invest in that commodity, is no longer Thomas (J. Owen, Summers, Deans, is visiting relatives and friends here. ltobertson, Webb and other large plantCor. Sixth and Main Sts., LOUISVILLE, KY. much of a mystery or a terror. Mr. Cunningham is barreling and ers and good handlers of the weed where CAPITAL $500,000. Such was the aspect of Sitting Bull in SURPLUS $12,500. DIRECT0R3 You will find crops always commanded as good prices shipping potatoes here. 18811. Since then he has civen the "" rr"w nJn'vVVrrPnn,' Ci 9 Strattr. John O. Roh. B W Wood. Fred Hoett. as any that were grown in what was callDnimmond, John Doerhocfer, James P. Curd, Henry llroeltman. United States no end of trouble, and day Till Groves is too busy opening Christ't.ya Istertf on Time Deposits. MeCotlates Purchase and Sale ol Bonis. Solicits your ed the timber section of the county. Business before yesterday ho died as he had mas goods to talk politics. lived, the armed enemy of the race he c Till Groves says come and see his fine The Forks of Hough tobacco did not, line of choice candy, hated. etc. as a general thing, stand quite so high There are two ways of looking at this There will be a Christmas tree and with Btemmers, hut a number of the remarkable savage. He was a pest or a Of all kinds and Prices. at the Baptist church Christplanters of this section raised desirable patriot, according to the point ot view. mas F.vc. crops, among whom were the Fraizes, A treacherous, merciless murderous, Looking out over the many homes of this country, we sec thousands Till (irovos has moved his scales up outlaw, an enemy of progress and civiliSpencer, Unices, Glascock, Mercer and of women wearing away their lives in household drudgery that might bd others. A no on Jewell's Creek and near the store. He believes in having zation, Sitting Bull was one of those Inm materially lessened by the use of a few cakes, of SAPOLIO. If an hour linn were some good planters, things convenient. dians who are good Indians only when Dr. David White, of Patcswlle, Ky., they are dead Indians. Wily as a dipamong whom were I'eiidletoiuind White is saved each time a cake is used, if one less wrinkle gathers upon the face Of Every Description. .Moorman, Henry IJaynes, Moidocks, spent several ilays here last week visitlomatist, fierce as a berserker, patient because the toil is lightened, she must be a foolish woman who would I'.iynes ami others. The Cut-oil- " and implacable ns Hannibal, a born haul PUMPS, could ing his parents. hesitate to make the experiment, and he a churlish husband who would X-MA- S-X also exhibit some line crops, as alo a Claw, and Joe. Mmiit, of Hitcs Hun, er of men, he was the last great chamgrudge the few cents which it costs. GROSS-CU- T portion of Ohio county adjoining, which Ky., spent Sunday here, the guests of pion of his own people against an SAWS, were marketed at Cloverport. Phillips, their sister, Mrs. Waldo Simons. and oppressor whom in his philTILIJVG, back If your grocer sends you anything in place of SAPOLIO, send it ."brieves, Jones, (iodsey, Willis, Reyand insist upon having just what you ordered. SAPOLIO always Mr. Nat. Aid, a former resident of this osophy it was honor to deceive and nolds and others were good planters of place, but now of cy GRATES, gives satisfaction. Illinois, is here on a glory to destroy. X. Y. Sun. On floors, tables, and painted work it acts like a this section. visit. We rather think he likes Indiana charm. For scouring pots, pans, and metals it has no equal. Everything Of Kinds. The infant reason grows apace and best. shines after it, and even the children delight in using it in their attempts calls for one more application of that A large portion of Grayson county exAgent for Henry Diston & Son, to help around the house. Now we arc not blowing Mrs. Spotts and daughter, Miss Kate, good friend, Salvation Oil, which never tending a considerable distance beyond of Duljuoin, III., are visiting Mrs. about what wc are doing or Jennie disappoints but always kills pain. Saws. Belting, &c, &c. the Palls of I'ough, and embracing the Simons. Mrs. Spot to is a what we have in our mamZ3T Grocers bften substitute cheaper goods for SAPOLIO to make a better proflt. sister of Mrs. It is neither pleasant nor profitable to Iron Roofing for Sale or put on Bend back such articles and insist on having jusl what you ordered. Short Creek and C'aneyville sections, Frances Smart, of Hites Run, Ky., moth storerooms; we simply and hear people constantly coughing when found a market at Cloverport, though will leave in a few days for say this: Come and sec for the building. Also you can get that place to they could he easily cured by a So cent for stemming purposes this tobacco was spend yourself, and get our prices. the winter. She is "o years of age, bottle of Dr. BuH'sCougli Syrup. anything made in the Tin, Copper They will be too great a tcmp not altogether so desirable. The same and it lias been 40 ears since she has j Single Gtrap Track tation for you to pass us by, remark applied to Hancock tobacco, been here. and Sheet Iron line. Burned to Death. You will be more than surfrom which county large supplies were Mrs. Moiton Hodge, a lady living near prised at the new styles hi drawn, neither rating in those days quite His Daughter Suffered From Eczema. FGuns and Pistols repaired. Grayson county, was In our Fancy. Xmas Goods. as high as liieckenridge tobacco. The My daughter suffered for live years Big Cliffy, in Rocker Department you find section of this county then noted for with an attack of Chronic F.czema, that burned to death a few days ago. There Price, $17. L. what you never in your whole was no one at home at the time of tho. growing the finest .stemming tobacco haflled the treatment of all the best pracThe Leather, Workmanship nnd Finish arc oi & t Y WEST lifetime have seen, and prices within reach was found in what was titioners. I then concluded to try a accident, and about an hour after it ocCLOVERPORT, KY. Hie VfcKY MONEY BY BUYING SAVE DIRECT. so that all can buy a Holiday known as the "Barrens," embracing course of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) She curred her little son came home. He Wc can sell )ou Present. found his mother dying, and before he "Quality Comei," and extending to and began to improve from the lirst dose, up. Harness from FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. beyond the Uig Spring. This was truly and before she had completed the second could return with a neighbor to whon? up. Road Carts from barren of timber at that time except a bottle the irritation hud disappeared, and ho went for help she was dead. Her rhave a farm of 130 aarei, six miles below 8END FOR OATALOOUE. husband was at Big Clifty at the timcl Drandeoburg. on the Ohio river, with two small growth in some localities, but she is now well and enjoying unexcelled good bouses and barns on the farm. The AOME HANUPAOTUEINa 00. since on such as has not been cultivated health. These are plain and simple facts, and started home with a jug of whisky land li all situated In river bottom and very without hearing of li is wife's death. So INDIANAPOLIS, IND. trees have grown to some size, and cover and I will cheerfully answer all inquirproductive. Persons desiring Information In regard to terms, will please write to mo far as known he did not hear of it at all, We have the best and finest much ground heretofore naked. ies eithei in person or by mail. ISAAC J. MELTON, and he has never since been heard from. trade in the South, and among V. Vmiiivx, Druggist, Brandenburg, Ky. The country has been carefully searched, the best people; that will exAmong the many fine planters of that Sandy Bottom, A'a. plain for itself fine goods but no trace of him can he found. section may be mentioned Dr. Stewart, fortnnfitiivt1tnmidat It is The Best. wurlt fur u, by Atiit rare, .Austin, nlakcs fine trade, and makes Owensboro Messenger. Nick Ciaycoinh, Nelson Claycomb, Jor- r 'iJBrHNsssS Tut, ant Jiio, llomi, ToleOo, Ohio. I have used Swift's Specific for cleansthfc pre cut. unirnandMinriiiwcii. nj it necessary for us to keep dans, Itandys, Orendorfs, Hiehs, Carter, no jour vuina rant over vavu.w a I'lioiith. Yon rm do ihork andllvt ing the Blood of impurities, and find it If "C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure," is best, largest and finest variety It li as pleasant to the taite at lemon Henry Washington, John Fisher, Daniel sV ak lK3aaBSSSST Ut hutn. wlirrtrrr tuu arc. Even be- ri , syrnp. jrlnurra to be the best in the market. It not on- not the best rqinedy you have ever used of Household Goods you ever f tnly earn In from to s91(liiajr.A)lavrt, We chow you how Shumate, Win. Perrin, Hob and Willis The smallest infant will take it and Til HL nrK, ait4 fart ynu, Ian work In jrtlm ly purifies the blood, but is a most ex- for Coughs and Colds your money will selected from. never know it is medicine. or all tli lime. Illf money fur work Hoard, Richard Sutton, Caseys, Nails, era. Children cry for it. Never fails to Failure unknown amoor; Ibem, cellent tonic, and builds up the general he refunded. Sold by J. W. Owen. ltY .a uil wonderful. I'arllrulara fra and others equally worthy, nearly all of onre. health piomptly. lI.IIalletl.t'o.fItoxH801NirCluiu!.Muliit J. Mrxnv, Chills once broken will not return. whom prided themselves not only on "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," the Cost you only half tho price of other Leitchliefd, 111. the quality, but the handling of tobacco most pleasant to take of all Fever and Chill Tonics. TAKEN UP. No quinine needed. Ho purgative Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases Ague Remedies. .....l ,i..t:... ..:.... ;., ....... i iiiiiL'l, II... , ., Warranted to cure u mi Hie .inn iiuiiiviiii in ii;n ....i.. Taken up as an nstrny b; Jese F. Lewis, needed. advantages in quality intimated, and in mailed free. Chills and Fever. Sold by J W. Owen, AND living three miles south east or Hardinsburg, Contains no poison. Cheaper than Tiik Swift Co., Atlanta, Ga. in Breckenrjdfco county, Ky., on the 1st day qninine. consideration of the greater distance to or December, 1890, one black ateer, two years It purines the blood and removes aL' GET YOUR PRESENTS. Among the distinguished members of haul, it was not unreasonable that tins malarial poison from the system. old, marked with swallowfork in tho right The Infamous Porce Bill. the Constitutional Convention, is Hon. It is as large as any dollar tonio an tobacco should command somewhat ear and hole In left ear nnd supposed to weigh Wc will give to any one' 000 pounds, but having no other' murks and We speak the hlcbscd truth when we Frank P. Strauss, of tho county of Bulhigher prices than other sections, and RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. which I have appraised at tte value of $12.00 bringing this advertisement say that, as a partisan Democrat, we litt. Mr. Strauss is not only a distinusually paid twenty-liv- e dealers to (iftv this December 1st, 1891T. with them a handsome PicC. F. BLACK, J. P. D. 0. -c 'iits per KK) isiunds more for this than should hail the passage of the Force Hill guished constitutional maker, but lie is ture Frame or a Fancy Wall with exultation. It embodies the most a lawyer and legislator of repute, and it f ir tobacco grown in the timber. Pocket, with a purchase of Cokmimtiui, Vim., Dec. IS, 1883. perfect ami gigantic scoundrelisin ever is the intention of his friends to present Pint MiDiciMi Co., Parli, Tcon.t ! k FIVE DOLLARS WORTH briii flfiu Touts me three 4oita t roar Grovt'i Tute in any legislative body. Infamous in its his name for still greater honors inaswm leu from Commencing usually at November but tumtner. The people wtre dellchtnl SrStKBl-- ' ' ' JlSSSSSBWfffcl Cive Chill Chill Toulo t1Med with the lotwith It.jouI For sale at a bargain, Fifty (50) acres of your to come children who were county court and continuing during the motives and purposes, dangerous in its much as lie will be urged to become a pvletti4 iwirthyn4 etuaeUted. hiring hMchronle good land three miles frn'm Cloverport, Ky., ebllli for montbi ut, one of them for r, and winter and spring, it was the custom of portents and menaces, false in its pro- candidate to represent his district in f a mile from the L., St. L. A T. It. H. within three weeks titer begtaatoE with the Chill Toole tbej were hale nod heart, with red ad rotr fessions and conclusions, ir can not fail Congress nt the next Congressional elecFor particulars address the planters to meet the buyers at HarChwkt Ulal HUwhtrni. S; Co., W. W. 8TINS0X, M. D. dinsburg at every court and discuss the to react, and violently to react, upon its tion. He would honor his constituents I10BT. K. WOODS. VOU 3ALIS UY authors. It will not secure the Repub- in tho halls of tho national Legislature, Ordlnanee ODlo, War Department, situation generally, and frequently after Washington, D. 0. buyers had seen the crops, contracts licans a single Congr ssional district in as he has already done in the State AsMercury. were entered into for large quantities, the South and will lose them many in sembly 221, 223, 225 and 227 219, fifwArV ! AttrXEff CLOVERPORT, KY. tn tiapnsif liuiiwreblr. ttna tUose of the planter averring in the contract, the North. It will simply stop for a time by refill ami eliluT en, ouuror old, ami In ihvlr g It has been discarded that Mr. W. Jefferson Street. and pernotwithstanding the purchaser had ex- the flow of material lirr. Any g in one section of the McKinley, in his tariff bill, failed to amined the crop as best he could in the sonal VfurnlhrerYiblnr. W 'rt jou. No rlk, Yvu ran ilevote or all ynnt time to Ilia work. TM U n rour tiare muzzle-loadin- g shot guns, entirely new tau.atii! unug owlcirul eureesi to evrry worker, barn, that his crop was of good quality, country, whilst the other section is bid provide for ! Iiirfniir art a. mliia; frum 14 toffcO per week ami upwards nd more after Utile eiter nee. We ran furnith jon Ibe em and agreeing to deliver the Mime in to stand and wait for Grandma Hoar's and they must cither be admitted free Koeimcetoeiplaln here. Full riiirtit and Irethina drum-major- s or come in as "manufactures of iron not and eHKK. lllHTi, MAlMt. nation underthe "good order, free from material injury 'ntU K V CO., H spot, worm-eat- , by house-buor other command of Poker Jack McClure, to specially enumerated and provided for." (MSTt VjAfr vflrV cause, payable on delivery of the crop." work the miracle of making a negro n Worse still, it is believed that by importing them in parts breech loading shot Furniture in A failure to comply with the contract, it white man, through the agency of dewas well understood, would subject the based Federal Courts, flourishing in guns can ho imported under the same fjfrH7 IBlHhSLbbbbIbbbsbbbbbbbbbsssbbbbbbbbbbbsbbssm endless varieplanter to n "dock," and to this when re- bloody triumph over the ruins of home-rul- elatiBo at a duty of 45 per cent, advnlorem and thus wholly escape tho higher duty Courier Journal. ty. I am now sorted to ho generally submitted with levied on them as classified good grace when deemed reasonable. back at my old Remarkable Rescue. If the Republicans hnd allowed any time Mrs. Michael Curtain, PlninfieM, 111., for debate on this measure the Demostand and reIt occasionally happened, however, that exceptions were taken and preju- makes the statement that she caught crats would have found these errors for spectfully solicit .dices created against the dealer that re- cold, which settled on her lungs; she them- New Kra. the patronage of quired years to eradicate. A circum- was treated for a month by her family The steamer Majestic reached New the public. stance of this nature occurred about the physician, but grew worse. He told her York last week from Liverpool with time of which we write that at a period she was a ImjHirM victim of coiimniijilion in gold for Xew York hankers. Cartori la Pr. Baml Pitclier'a oU hkimUw smA quick care for thirty years later nearly cost the writer and that no medicine could cure her. InfaaU' mad Chlldrea'n CozapbvlBts- - Superior to Castor Ollj Her druggist suggested Dr King's New Legislature. C. C. Certain Cough Cure" is If "C. a seat in the Parcgorio or Marco Up Syrupa. Children cry for Castorla. MilDiscovery for Consumption ; she bought not tho best remedy you havo ever used lion, or Motkcrs) Mess Caatoria. a lottIe and to her delluht found herself for Coughs and Colds your monoy will He was having a pretty hard fight as benefited from first dose. She continued be refunded. Sold by J. W. Owen. Castoria cure. Colic, Cotutlnatlon ; Honest Goods. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. "I recommend Castorla for children's the nominee of the Democratic party, its use and after taking ten lsittles, found Bour Btotnach, Diarrlusa, Eructation ; complaints, as superior to any prescription herself sound nnd well, now does her own Robertson & Jones, Jonesboro, Ark., Oirea healthy deep t also aitla digestion t known to me," IL A. Arcukr, M. D.. and while making a trip through tho housework and is aH well as she ever was. Without uarootlo stupefaction. Ill bo. uxxortl bt., lirooklyn, N.Y. write : 0. C. C. Certain Chill Cure gives Forks of Rough heard of a report that Free trial bottles of this Great Discov- universal Thc Csmtaur ComfIxt, 77 Murray St., New Torlc satisfaction." Pleasant to take. he had once "docked" Immoderately n ery at G. W. Short's. C!overjort. Ky. No cure, no pay. Sold by T. W. Owen. J widow lady of that section. A fon of and J. A. Witt's, Hanlinshurg, Ky. If you want Queensware at reduced prices, call on JOHN D. BABBAGE. Breckenridge News. TIE SENSATION Be THE sure and see it OF SEASON I V OUR HOLIDAY STOCK A Glimpse of V For all kinds of At all kinds of Fairy Land Appropriate Gifts or Big at or Small We are pleasing them all ' - '. -- fa f ' ? ji 3T?, IF". y 3ST. Old Double Store Room, - D'HUYS. CLOVERPOET, KY. I JUST HOUSE. THE STOVES PLACE HAEDWAEE FOB GOODS. FLUE MANTLES Stand By's UNION NATIONAL BANK vT A HEAL LUXURY! I I all J. MILLER, at THE BON TONS. $6.00 $9.50 rT f ilm WARRANTED 1 . ftnng-llit- DROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC vnw Call and See Us, BAKE BARGAIN Irra one-hal- Fife, Hack well-bein- MONEY ut"iiit-iit- good-feelin- Louisville, Ky. drill-master- 5b3255S5 IUI-K- HERE WE AHE AGAIN :! e. -- What is ilro-arm- s. AST0RIA FURNITURE, UNDERTAKER, , i v iwiravvwiiAiwi.wvtwr1