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SANTA CuAUo--1890. koiirlilKalMott IV. your ItiiNllicos lor 1801 ' llniv Clin OM to t I'm I lie column or the llrci k Wonlil J m liii:r:ur Jiiitii'loiit. f, VOL. XV. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEE 31, 1890. Lodiburg Lodgo, No. 4614. l'miilent and Brethren, Feeling confident of tho fact that I would bo called upon to say something to the members of this lodgo In regard to my trip to Springfield, 111., uud realizing the fact that I should not bo able to make an interesting speech on that subject, I 7fi-o- NO. 23. IHHMMMHI $ i. K THREE LETTERS. (Copyright . Cbpyrlht by American Press Auoclatlon. l7 American ' IbtB't IVem Amoi Intiji.. SUM) you by expreiM Che wrote) IH Wc want to spread the con- cvrry one. Our frlendKhiirspoHt and 1 ta tear) Am torry It begun Your presents Nun thnt It's Chrlnt-tna- s time, you decided to writo out, as best I could, a can (Iter eyes begla to Bitow t hem sell on some other hateful limn! girl-Yo- Farewell! The I- IW news wherever Flour is sumed that mm y Hwcot nnd low, Hidden In the midnight's cloom, Sound tho bolls ncross the snow "Through the casements of my room. And I cry a blithe Amcnl To the burden of their lay, As they tinging seem to say Santa Clans has come again. ROM tlio reply) Tour note came with tbem, loo; And really, dear, I've sought In valu Some girl to give them to. I'm In despair, and only you Can help nie, that Is plain. Come, say you'll be another girl, And take them back again. things came Ixick (was his sketch of my trip out there nnd read it to this lodge, with their permission. Whnt I lmvo written is not V. M. 11. A. news altogether, but simply a crude description of my journey to Springlleld, and n few of the things that T saw and learned while thorc. Shnll I rend it ? Well, then, to begin with, I, ns most of you already know, left homo on Saturday morning, Nov. 15th, in company with lira. Fallin, who was returning homo, after laboring a week in our county. Ho left mo at Falcon, below Hawesville. I kept tho train to flvo miles below Owensboro, where I left it nnd walked a quarter of a mile to a largo distillery, owned and controlled by a Mr. Mnttingly. 1 saw nothing there of special interest, but learned a few facts in regard to how some men grow immensely wealthy in a very short time, manufacturing nn arti-cl- o that pays no small amount of revenue into tho national treasury of our government, but at tiro same time an that has made more orphans and widows in this free land of ours an article that has done more to debase, to degrade, and to pauperize thousands upon thousands of tho citizens of this grand republic nn article on tho account of which enough tears have been shed to mako a sea upon which tho navies of tho world might rido at anchor; yes, my brothers, even more than that, an article that has been instrumental in doing more to corrupt tho ballot-box- , the result of which is our present oppressed condition,' and to remedy which I trust this association is destined ; it has dono more, I say, to bring about these results than all other agents o combined. In tho government at the distillery of which I speak, there was, on tho 1st of November, over 5,000 barrels of this liquid poison, or about 225,000 gallons. All of this has already been sold at a net profit of perhaps 50 cents per gallon, which would bo the enormous sum of 112,500. In addition to this, tho owner of tho distillery gets 5 cents per month storage on each barrel, which in one year on the 5,000 barrels would bo $1,000, nnd the old house in which it is stored is not over $500, so you see lie worth gets six times tho worth of the house each year for storage on tho whisky ho makes. Now the question naturally arises, who pays all this vast amount of monoy? and the answer isj tlto wholesale men, of course, to whom tho whisky has been sold, but when ho sells it ho adds all this to his profits, nnd when tho retailor sells it lie adds it to hit profits, and at last the consumer pays for all. And what does the consumer get for his money? I'll toll you what begets, and what ho does not get. Ho gets tho headache and tho execrations of all honest men and women, nnd hedoes not get sufficient coal to warm, sullicient raiment to clothe, and sullicient food to feed tho wife and little ones whom ho has left miserable at home, nnd whom ho disgraces every moment of his wretched, degraded, worthless life. You can have some idea about how much of this stuff is manufactured in tho United States when I tell you that there aro many other distilleries about Owensboro nnd in otlior pnrts of Kentucky thnt mako more whisky than tho one of which I have spoken, and near Peoria, 111., tliero aro sixteen that mako a great deal moro than all in Kentucky combined, besides many others in different partB of tbo United States. Ib it any wonder thnt pcoplo in nil parts of the country aro making war upon tho organized liquor tralilc? And I am glad, yes, heartily glad, that the General Assembly of tho F. M. 15. A., at its last meeting, boldly passed a resolution in tbeso words: "Wo mean death to monopolies of every kind, and we want it distinctly understood thnt wo in tbo number tho organized liquor tralilc. When that resolution was read, a shout and a cheer went up from that grand assembly of men that it would have dono your souls good to hear. tho enormous proNotwithstanding portions to which this liquor traffic has grown, and notwithstanding tlto evil that 'it has dono and is still doing, I have heard men say that tboy would hail with delight tho day whon all tax should bo taken from whisky, and bo as freo to mako it and to drink it ns tboy aro to raise wheat nnd to cat tbo bread mado therefrom. For my part, brethren, I should much rather seo tbo tax raised than lowered. If wo must raise revenue by taxation (and so far as I know there is no otbor way t,o raiso it), let tho burden 'of if rest on such things as whisky and tobacco, but givo us thp necessaries of lifo as cheap as wo can get them." Uut.l must proceed. I spont Saturday night, Sunday, Sunday night and Monday in Owensboro, without seeing anything of particular interest. Monday night nt I took tbo train oloven o'clock for Henderson, where I laid over 40 minutes, then boarded nn L. & N. train for St. Louis. Most of tho thno on my way to St. Louis I spent in rending, ns it was impossible for mo to sleop, and it being night I bad no opportunity to seo tho. country through which wo wero After daylight, although it passing. was perfectly clear, I could look to tho Mnt-tingly, ar-tic- lo ware-hoiisy None Such is the Flour for Christmas IIoit the bells Imprint a smile On the child In happy sleept How they sleepless souls beguile As they sound from deep to Uecpl How they preach to weary men Grown halt hopeleas with tho years! ITow they teach, "mid joyous tears, Santa Claus lias come agalnl For too often care and doubt With their shadowy sister, pain. Casting darkness all about Quench the sunlight of the brain. So a joy comes o'er me then Which no words can ever frame, When tho merry bells proclaim Santa Claus has come again. Yet tnethtnks that Santa Claus, Though unseen, dwells ever near, And through nature's august laws Ilrlngs unceasingly good cheer; And that all tho sons of men. If they listen In this life, near above all earthly strife, Santa Claus has come again. For I see without, within. Something whose resistless might Slowly crushes strlfo and sin, And with wisdom aids the right So, no matter what has been. Well I know that every hour, Clad In sweetness, love and power, Santa Claus has come again. Wiujau E. S. I'lixs. A j ou'ro right (die wrote again), lteturn the gifts to me. And after this, as you suggest. Your sister I will be. Dear John, Tom Massom. THE SMUGGLER'S Long Ago. WEDDING. Bring a Story or a Christmas of the Copyright by American Press Association. I. a p. Cake, and ill occasions that demand something fancy and reliable. It is the best Patent We Flour on the market. make no exceptions. The same is true of everything wc manufacture. lowest. Quali- ty unsurpassed and prices the Down anlong tho cliffs of Devon those mighty ones which guard tho southern English coast eastward from Sidmouth, and not far from tho quaint, rock bound village of Vero Isabel Venn, tho comely, brown haired fisherman's daughter, reigned over the- sturdy hearts of the teu, subjugating nllko tho brawny fisher lad who swept the channel through tho starlight nighta of winter and tho homo on leave, while half tho const guards lapsed into chronic jealousy, and a few wild spirits, the special caro of the coast guards, who traded secretly with Cherbourg, were among her most ardent - westward and see what looked like a dark, heavy cloud resting against tho horizon, but which I knew at once was I ask for your patronage and propose to give you in return full value for smoko from the great manufacturing city of St. louis. A little after sun up wo arrived at Fast St. Louis, which is a considerable Left at my store. Therefore I call your attention to my new and city situated on the east side of the Father of Waters in tho State of Illinois. handsome line of Goods, consisting of We then crossed the great railway bridge of St. Iuis, which has a wagon and passenger way above the railroad Such as track, and below which my eyes for the llrst time beheld tbo mighty waters of the Mississippi, as they Mowed on in restless ripples to mingle with the waters of the great Oulf that forms our southern boundary. As I gazed upon AVERY, MEIKLE & URA CLIPPER STEEL PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVELS, the waters of that mighty river, I SHOP MADE SINGLE SHOVELS, thought of tbo gallant nnd noble DeSoto who, in the year 1541, witli a And a full line of Plow ami Machine repairs, Wagon Material, Iron ' small band of explorers, was the first all kinds, Shingles, Doors, Sash and a full line of Hardware, Lime, Pal white man to learn of its existence, and and Cement, Brick and Tiling for flues and drainage, who, after hard privations and countless toils, yielded up bis lifo on the bank of tho river which ho bad discovered, and and pipe, and a full line of Tinware. Water Drawers and rumps, whose body was consigned to a watery Grass and Clover Seed of all kinds. Trunks, Buggies, Hoad Caits, grave beneath its bosom ; and I thought Phaetons anil Spring Wagons. thnt if his eyes were permitted to J. B. JONES' PURE RAW BONE MEAL. feast upon the wealth and grandeur of aSTCush paid for Country Produce, such as Hides, Feathers, Eggs, Ac. the large commercial cities that line tho My house is situated on Seminary Street, opposite Public Hall. banks of the river whose existence be Everything new and good quality, and selected with the view of pleasmade known to the wo hi, and thnt if lie ing all, as I am working for trade my best endeavors will he to Savo could see the thousands of grand and Money for all who favor mc with their patronage. stately vessels that plow their way through its waters, carrying freight and ZHIIEILSrSIEuIE-S- r, passengers from city to city, he would be forced to exclaim, in the language of the Farmers' Supply House, IIaiumnsiiuku, Ky. first telegraphic message, "What God SOLID TRUTHS! EVERY DOLLAR .4 FARM IMPLEMENTS I EMPIRE DRILLS, OLD HICKORY WAGONS SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS, COOK AND HEATING STOVES y J. IB. hath wrought!" After crossing the bridge the tunnel at the west end, we entered from whose L. D. ADDISON'S ADDISON, KY. tlie place to buy SEWINd MACHINE for less monoy than any other plnce in the count t , The mnclilte I sell are equal tu any tliul ngenti charge from $3i to $5U for: I guarantee them to bo h hat I say or no trade. Agents will say the maohlne ia no account, because tho largo difference. In our prices, but I tlguroon this as on everything I handle, cut it as low as it can be cut. "Jly Motto" quick sales and small profit. Two drawer droiIerSingcrSewingMacbIncs low arm, with all attachments. $10,50 I If you want one barrel or a car load we can supply you. Write us and "" Ilrducrd Appetite. H we will call on you or quote !fl" i a;i - you prices. CtH) i IMS h IRVINGTON, KY. "?; If You Have CONSUMPTION COUGH OR COLD BRONCHITIS Throat Affection Wasting of Plosh SCROFULA Or anyDUense tchtre the Throat and Lung are Inflamed, Lack of Strength or Kerv Power, Voa can bt relieved and Cured by Mr. Bingo Wlint part of tho turkey do you wunt, Tommy? Tommy Bingo (who litis been stuffing himself with candy nil tho morning) I don't know us I wuntnny (hesitatingly). I don't feel very hungry. Mr. Bingo Come, that won't do. You must eat something, my son. Tommy Well, you might givo mo a drumstick nnd a wing and some of tho breast and a little stuffing and gravy and and tho wishbone. I know I couldn't eat any more than thnt. The T.ust of the Kxplorer. doorstepsnndhunRoverthosmall.diamoud pancd windows of Vcru. Times were hard; tho coast guards vigilant. Prudence must defer the marriage of Robert and Isabel, which was to have come off at Christmas. The cronies of the Ship Inn deplored the prospect for tho poor nnd shook their heads in sympathy as mild expiation for their comforting "rummers" of Krog. "Good evening, doctor," squeaked old Solomon Qulgley, the parish clerk, as genial Dr. Bowlby came beaming in. For Dr. Bowlby came from Bovey manor, where Lady Lee had commissioned him to buy a hundred and fifty geese for tho Christmas dinner of tho needy. But Exeter and Honi-to- n had absorbed 't lie supply, so said tho farmers present. Then up spoko Itobcrt Dare: "Geese are plentiful nnd cheap in Franco. I will et them by payment for my time." Dr. Bowlby assented, tho company ap- admirers. It was on Uobert Dare, young, hand-wmfearless and tho most accomplished imuggler of tho coast, that Isabel's choice Devonshire smuggling over fifty fell. rears ago wad a daring, almost chivalrous, ntcrprise, and from this nnd other causes It was tolerated by the people. Many a magistrate has traced Ids cellar's prido to a Vero fishing boat, and a lord bishop has ont from afar for the pale French essence ere it had blushed itself brown in bond. Nor were mysterious sources wanting to supply the meai.3. When Itotert Dare needed funds for a voyugo ho used to say that ho was "Koing up the landsidc a little," and that night he would come back with the needful. The third week in Dccemlier, 1838, opened n cold, blustering time. Wreaths of lino snow wound round tho SCOTT'S EMULSION PURE COD LIVER OIL JLikfor Scott's Emultlon, and let no planatton or solicitation Indue you to accept OF With Hypophosphites. PALATABLE AS MILK. a tubtlltut. Sold by all Druggists. SOOTT a BOWNE, Chemists, N.Y. Ujoobu Bung (of tho Cannibal Isles, at Christmas dinner) My dear, whnt part do you prefer? His Spouse The funny bone, please Ujoobu Bung I don't think lie has any. I heard him suy the other day that at one time ho was a professional humorist. ran FRUIT-TR- EES Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherry, &c. Full lino of small Fruits for Fall 1890. Write for special prices on lots. It will pay you to buy your trees at home. AH stock warranted truo to name. 100.000 Hur I.lttlo Surprise. . T . . i W. S. ASHBY. CL0VERP0RT, KY. B mCVDMD Dr. BULL'S facilitates Teething ai" regulates tbo uoweu. nlldniggUts. Price iBcts. .. Mr. Blobbs I suppose this bill is for my Christmus prexenu But whore oh earth Is the present? Mrs. Blobbs I thought I would surprise you with the bill llrst. rutting it ririiK.uitiv. RQBEHM (r:. &z t- - w Dill I 9 ft Cures Congas,Croup, Bronchitis, DUEnL Asthma, fCilWWII Incipient Cough, VW IH111? Consumption, CVPllP ConsumntIwW I aVVl nil druggists. Colds, nndrolievos persons. Frico 25 ots. At Hi t0$k ujj Mr . r imicb.bul eu limy nii hiftfce to racli ytiuuuUkljr host inrain from tu iiy at lb urit & wort i you po . on. IlvilM-if.tlunjf titart tuotntnU only la all $ fCCftNCOnyrarl (ie.ulHii,lrojt,N Ulnsruddir . JohnR. MmmL Kri-- UaJcr, t iunj jrtci Christmas time, and Tailor it you liavo o'wcd this bill since lost March. l)o I understand this to bo a refusal, sir? Travers r ot at all. It is what I will a Christnuu refrain. Hero Is plauded, and the grizzled coast guard captain stared over his long clay pipe at Robert in a look of dazed solicitude. "Good illicit, my darling Belle," said Robert, kissing her at her father's cottage, "and may good luck attend mo. I' must go up the laudside n little The Seagull sailed out of the cove of Vcre, And in duo time Balled hack again, a harbinger of good cheer for tho poor. "A welcome cargo," said Dr. Bowlby. Robert." "Take cans of them "Yes, a good selection," muttered tho grizzled captain, peering into the recesses good. Thcro is absoof tho boat, "ve-rlutely nothing but tho geese," ho whispered dejectedly to himself; then louder to bis neighbor: "I say, Mr. Qulgley, there is really nothing but tho geese, you know." "Nothing," piped Solomon, "unless there may be any ganders among 'cm." "Bah I" said tho captain. And now the Ship Inn is n bower of evergreens, for tomorrow is Christmas ove. "I hear," observed Mr. Qulgley in a low, commanding tone, as he slowly filled bis pipe, "that Robert Daro and Isabel Venn are to lw married "Yes," said the doctor, glancing from' the punch bowl to tho captain; "by license." "I wish I may die," wheezed tho landlord, "if I wnrn't told that Robert had bought Rose cottage, in Scaford lane." "And he is gone off today for furniture," said tho captain; "mysterious, very." "And quite a party is invited to tho breakfast At Venn's afore thcy'ro off for a London honeymoon," gasped tho landlord. "Thero's tho wlcur and squire and the doctor and the cappen and Mr. Qulgley and I, and some of the littler folks." It was a pleasant wedding breakfast, in which tho Joy of tho young pcoplo blended with tho happy spirit of Christmas; tbo flag waved from tho tower of the old gray church, and the notes ot tho bells floated down tho valley until they wero lost among the rocks. '"It U not truo," said Robert In responding to tbo toast ot bride nnd bridegroom, "that I have purchased Rose cottage; wo are going into an established business at Exeter; but perhaps it is lit that I should explain some of tho features of my last trip across the channel. Tho sago and onions that will fill tbo geese ot our poor will only succeed n far friends different stuffing. My neighbors all," and here Robert smiled brightly on tho grizzled captain, "stowed in each goose, and npw safo from tho Philistines, was several guineas' worth of tho most costly lace." Ixud wad tho laughter uud cheering, which only subsided as the last toast was given: "A merry Christmas to all friends hero and everywhere, and a hnppy Now Year ' when It comes!" At this juncturo tho grizzled captain, who had been missed for u moment, n florid face and sheepish air. lie had taken off his uniform jacket with its gilt buttons and availed himself of the. doctor's overcoat. Thus, with a lightened, conscience, Lo Joined In tbo toast with Its "three times three." Tho heads oi several respected families In professional nnd trado life in the wet . of Kuglund arc tho sons and daughters of) handsomo Hobert Dare nnd beautiful Isabel Venn. Jonx ALDurtpnovE. t, y darkness wo emerged to find ourselves in the great union depot of St. by the side of which the. union depot in our own metropolis would fade into utter insignificance. There we found many trains waiting, the steam hissing and escaping from whose engines seemed nnxious to be set free, and hundreds nnd perhaps thousands of people gathered there to take trains that would in a few short hours hurl them hundreds of miles away and leave them scattered, as they desited, in different parts of this great nation. I, as one of that great crowd of people, after waiting 50 minutes, hoarded a Chicago & Alton train at tho tunnel, 8:15 o'clock, crossed tho bridge the second timo and started northward toward Springfield, my destination. The nearer we arrived to Springfield the more crowded became the cars, principally with representatives to tlio General Assembly of the Farmers' Mutual Benefit Association and to the annual meeting of the I. O. 0. F., which met at Springfield that week. Arriving in Springfield at noon, my first thought was to find a hotel and get my dinner, as I had had nothing to eat since the evening before. Being unacquainted with tho city, of course, I bad no choico, nnd tho first hotel I came to I entered, and was glml to find on tho regIlaynes, ister the name of Thos. whom I bad met at Morgnuficld a month previous. After partaking of a very ordinary dinner wo repaired to the State House to await the opening of tiie General Assembly. Before speaking of that body I shall tell you something of Springfield. It is not near so largo a city as I expected to find, and being an inland city it would certainly not bo n noted one, but for two tilings; ono is, it is tho capital of tho State, tho other is, it is tlio city in which is located the Lincoln monument. Tho population of Springfield reaches but about 24,000, and it boasto of no extraordinary fine buildings, except perhaps two, the State House, and the Court House. It is plentifully supplied with electric street cais, and tracks for still more were being laid in tho principal streets. Its streets aro not paved with stono as aro tbo streets of our own cities, but with wood, being all cedar blocka sawed off perhaps eight inches long, and set on end as near together ns possible, and then packed perfectly tight with sand or gravel, and I must say thnt though of course not so lasting as stone, while they do last they mako decidedly a better pavement. It is much nicer in appearance, is not near so hard on horses, and makes less than half the noise. I can not speak in very glowing terms of tho hotels in Springfield, but perhaps much of what I saw was duo to tho fact in that every hotel and boarding-hous- o tlio city was crowded to its utmost limit, and on Tuesday night many walked tbo streets till daylight for tho want of a better placo to go. (TO UK CONTINUED.) Takes 1000 pcoplo to buy Dr. Sage's Catarrh ltcmcdy, at CO cents a bottle, to mako up S500. Ono failure to euro would take tho profit from 4000 sales. Its makers profess to euro "cold in tlio head," and oven chronic catarrh, and if tboy, fail they pay $500, for their e, achines, high arm, with all attachments $1'J.4 Send mc a check or the money by reglstn lettor, and I will ship you u machine to anj Five drawer dropleaf Singer Sewing .M- part of the country. Kespectlully, I.. I). ADDISON, Addison, K). 1891 The New York Weekly Herald ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Is the Best and Cheapest Family Paper in the United States. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. Many novelties will be added to the variety of its contents during the year 181)1 , and nothing will bo left undone to please and gratify its subscribers. ORIGINAL ITS SPECIALTIES FOR 1891 WILL BE ARTICLES ON PRACTICAL FARMING AND GARDENING SERIALS AND SHORT STORIES BY THE BEST AUTHORS WOMAN'S WORK AND WOMAN'S LEISURE. GEMS OF LITERATURE AND ART. ORIGINAL FLASHES OF WIT AND HUMOR Answers to Correspondents Promptly and Fully .Made. THE LATEST NEWS FROM EVERY SECTION OF THE GLOBE, Address, JAMES GORDON BENNETT, NEW YORK HERALD, New York City. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A VAR. Ilu nut fail lo .Subscribe now far tlio NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD. BANK OF GREG0RY& Headquarters for CO., and HAHDINSBTOG Reapers Fertilizer, Mowers, Grain Cement, Mich Capital Stock $25,000. II. F. BEAUD, President. Drills, igori Fluster, Salt, Limo, Coat Oil by tbo Barrel, Plaater Hair, WILL M. II. 1IEAUD, Cashier. MI1-I.U- Pine Brick, Directors. & Poplar Shingles ys Q. W. IIKAHD MORRIS KSKRIDOK J R. M. JOLLY. INTEREST PAID ON TIME Plow Handles, Pino Flooring kept on hand. Orders accompanied by cash promptly tilled. DEPOSITS. We kv ". J w aw a'wt ji Wa Not in newspaper words, but in hard cash Think of whnt confldenco it takes to put that in tho. papers and mean it. Jta makers believe in tho remedy. Isn't It worth a trial? Isn't any trial preferable to catarrh ? 1 .Mi AV4Lm ftW IHk m ti0s. l'o euro Illllouencss, Sick Headache, Constl tlon,Mnlurla, I.lvcr Complaints, tako tlio safo anil certain remedy, h&fxV Oflik w "va. a IflRr AvJK.mr THE IlftVb'i AWrjrrjsW,fas ,y 9 JjtL. mstWWT.MW SMITH'S BEST LE BEANS bulllu) kittle .,p i. Ufa attar wmi fit ml ah In a ku.L ...tilhlnc. KAS1I.Y, HrxLulLY ItunnC IMKrlCLXAltS HICK. Addr.M.t oo.t, io.? roKTuw, jumk. .... A, mr ii ..- -. i.t Kobcrteon & Jones, Joncsboro, Ark., If "C. 0. 0. CcrUin Cough Cure" is not tho best remedy you have ever used write : 0. 0. C. Certain Chill Cure, gives for Coughs nnd Colds your monoy will unlvoraal satisfaction." Pleasant to tnko. bo refunded. Sold by 3K "W. II -- mH Owen, No cure, no pay, Sold by J. W. Owen. After all, tbo mild agencies are tbo best. Porhnps tboy work more slowly, but tboy. work surely. Dr. Pioreo.s Pleasant Pellets nro an nctivo agency but qulot and mild. They're sugar-coateeasy to tako, novor shock nor derango tlio system and half their power is tho mild way in which thoir work is dono. Smallest, cheapest, easiest to tako. Ono cents a vinl. Of all a doso. Twenty-fiv- e druggists. d, CHILL CURE. CUIEAI'ENT MEDICINE ilNOWN considering. w itfLr w.t MEDICINE dose. LIVER 1TotlHNHAI.TNlio(40tittle THEY AUK THIS MOST lor iv "rlcoof either hIbo, g.1c. enittiio A(. Icr Mottle. CONVENIENT. Deans to tho 1 a B "J r.SHITHACO.MUmor-niLEBLihS.-.T.tOi.- U B I V U klilM for 'IJ ett. (Mrixn " lUupa). HO. it "wx:lxi also oxjid DYSPEPSIA, BILIOUSNESS, amo ennottio coNtrnrATiOH. quality and size or C. C. MARTIN, DRuaaiBT o Clovorport, NEXT DOOM BELOW POST OFFICE. Ky tticiituvHiiri tllUlilsTCIil ItrrMUitifvlllivr rvtu! simI rtt, tu4 Mho, mi, vrk liHiiiMrloutljr tflrr lntniUoi,Mlll TLsM(.aKt hour la arn 1kr LxJUr YearliilLlrwnt.M-iltllirrttrtli- t llt.l .iltaluirumli. lb all ual Ion ot tMiil4jr ui uMt it kU I mi' rau ram llial rumim. Numaiiar for mt uulMucrMrtjatalv. Ks4tynii qukkly IvtmaJ, 1 tlflr but it work ftuM :.idUirklirutity. bta air ad Uufbt n4 ottl4 with niilsilit Urrai number, wbnara makluf ovtr f ItMkO ll'iKKW $3000 i: C a.ti:auj .bru I undrrtakti In ItrUAv Aiai..N, llt.x 4tto, tar.b AiiMt, Mutw, fi w-s- t I rarjfMPirra . 1m mw . Messrs. Jeff" and Frank O'Bryan, Louisville, spent several days at their old homo near Payncsvillo last week on a hunting expedition. WEDNESDAY, DKCEMHEK .11, 1890. W. D. Coleman & Co. have just comJNO.D.BABBAQE pleted fitting up their mill with the latest improved roller process for making THE FOUR INNOCENTS UNDOUBTli., SI, Ei. & T. Local Time Card. tho finest grades of flour. EDLY KILLED BY ARSENIC 10.05 a.m. Mail and Express going East Dr. Bewley, Irvington, was in town POISONING. ..11.07 a.m. West " one day last week. Tho doctor is going 6.SS p.m. Express " East 27 p.m. art accident that ho 0 " on crutches from " West 11.14" a.m. An Inquest Into the Murders Being ' East Local Freight met with some timo since. 10.05 a.m. " West Conducted By a Magistrate. "Old Probe" hit her once this year. Said wo would have a white Christinas, That was a fino combination of sleet and wo certainly did. Hardly cither, The t'amllr nnd Consfulliiiir Plijal nml snow we had for Christmas. clam Agree lit All Hie for last Thursday was a scorcher. Fearful Delnlln. Mr. Charles Crawford, manager for Tub mother of Senator Voorhces is field, the Uock Gas Company in the still liviiiK in Indiana at the age of l. says ho has heard no complaint this ninety. The mystery surrounding the Highee winter from not having enough gas in poisoning case has not been dispelled the citj. J. I M. Imiv lias been electel to sucby tho inquest. Tho investigation beMisses Mary Hickeretaff and Mary gan at 10:30 o'clock Friday morning, ceed Senator Wade Hampton, of South McFarland, Long Branch, had quite a and will probably last until Wednesday Carolina. number of their friends to partake of an at noon. Several startling developments elegant supper witli them last Friday have already been made, and others are A st'iTi.v of Koch's lymph is soon to evening. go to Louisville to be used by the physiexpected. l cians there. is the conceit of Santa Prof. J. G. Scott received quite a Tho inquest is being held in the school Clans! He is indeed a divinity that al- handsome present in the shape ot an building at Muldraugh, Meade county, Mil. W. 11. Ilaldeman hits sent in his ways brings joy, and not grief. In all inkstand from his young lady pupils at near where the four children died. The resignation as a member of the Demo- Christendom he reigns supreme, nor the closing of his school last Wednesday greatest excitement exists throughout cratic State Central Committee. war, nor jiestilcncc, nor famine, nor ever for the holidays. tho community, and tho little town has grinding poverty stays his beneficent A trij) to Ekron nnd Guston lost week been thronged with people for tho past If reports are true u good deal of bad hand. He comes as annually as the secured us several new subscribers. two days, many of whom camo from whiskey is being sold along down the L. season in his phantasm of chariot and The business of those towns is growing miles around to hear tho testimony. II. & W. railroad in violation of the law. furs and icicle, fabulous in all else save rapidly, from what we could see that The investigation is carried on with tho The authorities should look after the the gifts and joys he brings. Age and day, and everybody is a friend to the utmost care, and every effort is being childhood and middle life alike worship News. guilty parties. mado to discover tlio criminal, whoever ' at his shrine. For awhile the material Rhodes he or she may be. Tho house is a large On Monday, Dec. 22d, Hilary President Harrison, in accordance with and the gross and the wearing tilings of and Bowa Wright woro on their way one, but not large enough to hold the life are pushed aside to give him room. tin recommendation of the o wagon. crowds who camo to tho inquest, nnd home from Ekron in a Congress, has issued invitations for His sway, though short, is complete. A short distance from Ekron they saw manystood outside waiting for . tho rethe first monetary union at Washington Vet the aroma of his brief reign remains some quails cross the road, and having a sult of the examination. to cheer and gladden. He leaves his 'in the first Moiidnv in January. The husband of the accused woman gun with them Mr. Ithodes got out to memory and his gifts to be cherished shoot them. At the firing of the gun seemed less concerned during the exI'iikmukxt Harrison has appointed a till he comes again. It is his to pene- the horses took fright and ran away amination than anybody else in the room trate the darkest gloom, and to carry to with Mr. Wright, who stayed in tlio and appeared perfectly incapable of apvery good, yet nt the same time a somewhat obscure man, to succeed the late the dreariest heart the light of charity's wagon to hold them. The wagon passed preciating tho serious situation. B. W. Justice Miller on the Supreme Court sweetest rays. "The greatest of these is over a stump and threw him down Payne, a magistrate, conducted the inMich. CircNhum, of Indiana, was the charity." Incongruous and impossible among the heels of the horses, and quest. The examination for tlio Coin' is nn impure conception of his benisons. man for the place. they kicked him until he was utterly monwealth was conducted by County They are not "of the earth, earthy." unconscious when Mr. Rhodes reached Attoney Thomas 11. Hamilton. Dr. H. Gross charges have been preferred They proceed from n fountain pure, like him. Last Wednesday your correspondK. Pusey, of this city, acted in behalf against Pension Commissioner Hauin for the streams that flow from the Throne. ent, in passing his of the defense in tlio absence of Major brother's, where he his pernicious interference in the late Humankind is better because of the has been since lie was hurt, found him Kinney. The following is tho jury: elections in Indiana, but a Hepublican mythical, yet real St. Nicholas. Samuel Lewis, Charles Osborn, William still suffering from the severe punishCongress refuses to make an investigahorses' Adams, George and John Dawson. ment in his breast from the tion into his conduct. Statb ok Ohio, City of Toi.kiio, 1 " The first day of the inquest was spent heels. Dr. J. W. Warfield is attending j mtas cocxtv, in examining four of the six physicians him." Fiiank J. Cheney makes oath that lie him and thinks he will bring him who nttended the children during difhas made some commendnil right. "Knowing Dr. Pusey's intimacy with is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. through able strides in the matter of substantial ferent stages of their fatal sickness. Tlio tho family I telegraphed to him to come The county convention of the Farmers Cheney & Co., doing business in the improvements during the past year, and second day was occupied in hearing the down nt once. He was unable to do so, and Laborers' Union, was held here on the outlook is much better for greater City of Toledo, County and State aforeevidence of the remaining doctors and the said, and that said firm will pay the sum lost Saturday, and quite a number of kinfolks of the accused woman and' her and the child was buried. I then wrote and better things in the year to come. to Dr. Pusey telling him of my fears, Wheelers were in attendance. In the In 181)1, the year upon which we are of ONE IIUNDHED DOLLAItS for each husband. The first sensation was testiand every case of Catarrh that cannot be afternoon they were addressed at the mony showing that two physicians had and closing with the sentence, I beabout to enter, let every man who has court-hous- e lieve Julia Higbce is crazy and has killby Mr. E. K. Shultz, of Ohio been summarily dismissed by Mrs. the welfare of the town at heart, exert i ured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Ciiksky. county, editor of the Ohio County Far- Highee, because, as they testified, they ed her children. He came at once and Fih.nk J. himself for an increase of business. with tlio results Sworn to before me and subscribed in mer, a papei published at Beaver Dam, had intimated that the deaths of her urged a you all know." my presence, this (itli day of December, Ky. children were unnatural and suspicious. Mn. John J. McIIenry is a candidate To the question if he believed that tho Mr. Shultz talked for some time on the The fact which was clearly established children to succeed his father as delegate to the A. I). 1881! had been murdered Dr. Lewis purposes and objects of the Union. He A. W. Gmsisox, yesterday that Mr. and Mrs. Highee said: "My conclusion Constitutional Convention from Ohio will again visit this county nnd will is that tho first Xottiry Public. lived on unpleasant terms, has given child county. Itecognizing the necessary taldied a natural death and its death an address at this place on Saturday, ent and ability in the young man, and Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally January 10th, und will continue with a rise to the gravest reports, which arc was tho starting point of the homicidal freely circulated, whilo others believe impulse through the great admiration felt for his and acts directly upon the blood and which was satisfied in the deaths number of appointments throughout the just as firmly that the acts were due to of the other children. I have father, it is more than likely the people mucous surfaces of the systems. Send county. known of Ohio will elect young McIIenry, al- for testimonials free. homicidal mania of the unfortunate her twenty years, and have been her The address of Mr. Shultz, so long as the prisoner. The idea that she is innocent physician and friend. though he has two very strong opShortly after her F. J. Cheney i&Co., Props., Toledo, O. he confined himself to the purposes of is little entertained by the neighbors, ponents. marriage she had an attack of nervous the Union in undertaking to benefit the 86T"Sold by Druggists, "oc. who generally believe that she killed derangement which came near resulting farmer, was very good, though his sugTin: Indians are about to wind up in the loss of her mind then. Slio has gestions seem utterly impracticable. The the children. BRANDENBURG. lay down their big their "war dances," Dr. 1L K. Pusey was the first witness appeared a dlflerent person chief objection, however, to his remarks to me within guns and war clubs and succumb to . Agent & Corresp'nt is bis apparent advocacy of the third par- examined. His testimony did not vary tlio past six months. From the fond, John T. Ditto, - pence. Two hundred and fifty of Sitty movement and a desire to bring the from what has been already published. devoted mother which I had once known ting Hull's band and three hundred of is quite ill at his Union into politics. While ho did not Ho said that lie had known the accused her to be she became carelcssof her childMr. Freeborn Miller I'ig Foote's tribe have surrendered. home. state what his politics were, yet it was from chihlhood, and had brought her up ren, nnd never during my visits to them The poor Indians had as well give up in his family. Ho referred to her char- at their last illness did she express the D. C. Turentine was in town durini; quite apparent that he was an enemy to their hunting grounds and forever subacter as a sweet one, nnd said no one slightest anxiety alwut them. I know democracy, as he placed the blame upon the holidays. mit to peace with I'ncle Sam, ortiie last thought her capable of the crime while Dr. Will Pusey, Louisville, spent the Democratic party for several acts of in sound'mind. He reviewed the situa- that she imagined that her husband was mother's son of them will eventually be not truo to her, nnd I attributed her legislation, which he held had been a Christinas nt home witli his fattier. slaughtered. tion and closed his remarks with a eccentric burden upon the farmer. manner to this fact.'Mrs. C. E. Bryant returned home The most important testimony of the If the farming class can effect an or- statement of his firm conviction that I'iiEMiiEXT Harrison has issued his from a visit to Amsterdam Tuesday. ganization wliicli will benefit their con- Mrs. Iligbeo was the cause of her chil- day was next taken, being that of Jesse proclamation directing the World's Fair dren's deaths. Thcro was no doubt that Highee, the father of the children. Your correspondent secured thirteen dition, there is no one who would He not to be opened at Chicago, May '!, I8!3 subscribers for arsenic was given them, and he said that testified that the accounts given of the News in one day. lend them a helping hand, for all are the and to close the last of October. Ten Miss Jennie Hardin was the guest of ready to acknowledge that upon their it was his belief that the poison was deaths were correct, but that ho had not millions of doffllrs are to be expended on Misses Munfords, Guston, last week. prosjierity depends largely the prosperity administered by her hand. After giving suspected foul play until the last child llic exhibition, and all the nations of the his testimony ho was granted permission died. Miss Laura liurch and Mr. ltod Shack- - of the country. the earth have been invited to be repreBut they should by this timo have be by the Coroner to act as counsel in beeven"Then," he said, "I became alarmed, were married last ediiewlay sented. It will be the biggest tiling in lett come convinced that this can only bo half of the accused. His efforts were and felt that unless something was done ing. the way of a public exhibition that was directed to the task of proving her in- at once the other child and myself would Mr. Sam Cnrrigun lias returned from done inside tho lines of the political par-tic- s ver gotten up in this country, or that is sanity and thus prevent criminal pros- die in the same manner." in existence 'ikely to be attempted for many years to South Carolina to his former home at All of the practicable principles which ecution. "Ilnvo you noticed any change in Guston. ome. Dr. J. S. llnshnm, of Muldratudi. was your wife's actions of late V" are advocated by the Farmers'' Alliance asked the Miss Nellie Gehee was at home from next sworn in. Ho said he had attend- Prosecutting Attorney. Hill, of New Yoik, has announc-- t her school at Pew ee Valley during the are the same which are embodied in the ed only !o. the last child, Halloy, and was Democratic platform, and the success of "Yes, I think I have," was the reply. himself a candidate for the Presiholidays. democracy and its principles will move not present at its death. He continued : "My wife has always been very nervous, dency in 1Mi A large majority of the 'Finding that this case was similar to John K. Morris and Wright Guaitney, Democrats all oer the country favor the Corydon, Ind., spent M.'eral days here surely, and quickly bring success to the the others, which 1 had heard described, and cross during pregnancy, but during fanner. It is the purpose no doubt of a .this time for tho past six months sho has iiomiuation of (i rover Cleveland, and last week. number who, under the guise of friend- I tried to allay tho crumps and keep off" been more so than ever before. Sho is a decided change in pubcnless there the congestion of the brain. It was would become angry at tho slightest You can find the cheapest blankets ship to the fanner in his n lic sentiment along this line, nothing Saturday when I first saw tho child, and cause, and became covering horses in town at A. condition, nre really trying to disrupt very jealous if I was will be more certain than the defeat of for Ditto's, Sr. tlio Democratic party, and cause disaffec- I did not regard her case as hopeless. seen with any other woman. She was Gov, Hill before the National DemocratSunday she was better, but very weak just the samo to tlio Miss Annie Fontaine leturned last tion in its ranks throughout the Southern children as before. ic Convention that is to make a nominafrom want of food. I ordered food given tion in 'IKJ. The candidacy of Gov. week from a visit of several mouths in States especially, while at heart they arc her, but on my return Monday found I never know any ono more attentive nnd not the farmers' friend. kind, nnd when they wore taken sick slio Hill can do nothing more than divide Mississippi. While we wish unbounded success to that my orders had been disobeyed. nursed them carefully and gave them Misses Minnie Casperkc, Ilettie Clark-so- n the Democratic party in the great State The child was hungry and crying, and and Mrs. Geo. Caspcike are visiting to the I'lirnicrs and Laborers' Union and said that her mother had refused to medicine as directed. I can't say thnt of New York. the Fanners' Alliance, or any other orshe ever acted indifferently toward in the country. ganization in their endeavor to benefit give her anything to eat. Slio was G rover Cleveland made Mr. Jonas Lyons has a neat giocery weak from hunger, but all symptoms of another one of his masterly public and drug store at Guston, and he is do. the farmers' condition, yet we do hope poisoning had disappeared. I again that they will not bo led astray by bespeeches, before the Tarifr Iteform Club, ing a nice business. guiling politicians, whose only object told Mrs. Higbce that the child must in New Yoik last week on the subject of ('apt. ISallurd, steamer Tell City, seems to bo to cripple tliut party which have something to eat, but she became With stopjiedcir for the holidays and was in The Campaign of Education." represents the true principles of a great angry and said that she would do as she Make tho lives of many peoplo miserable the extensive knowledge the our town Christinas Eve. and often leads to und prosperous government. And wo wished witli her children. She also Distress has of public affairs, and the after eating, sour stomach, sick headache Fred Meador, the popular clerk at the hope there will not bo found a Democrat said that food would do no good, that strong hold he has upon the hearts and heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, "all gono " St. Cloud Hotel, says ho has not missed in Meade county, who will desert the Halley wof going to die as tlio others feeling, bad taste, coated tongue and Irregu- minds of the intelligent masses of this had done. Her manner was defiant. a month in 15 years without the News. banner under which he has fought so 0l ,l10 bowc,s nr0 country, David II. Hill, nor no other and as I left she slammed tho door U I Stress gomo 0f til0 ,oro common Will Casperke, Louisville, and friends, long to engago in a warfare upon his man will be likely to down him before sharply behind mo. At 11 o'clock that symptoms. Dyspepsia docs AftOr party's principles. the National Democratic Convention for Tom Williams, Ed Peters and Geo. 1ot Ect wel1 ' uself Jt night I was summoned in great haste by Bo a Wheeler if you want to, bo a FarHummel, spent Christinas day with the requires careful, persistent the Presidency in 1802. mers' Alliance man if you want to. but Mr. Higbce, and on my arrival found former's parents. attention, and a remedy like Hood's the child vomiting and purging. Slio over and above all bo a Democrat, and which acts gently, yet surely and Hev. J. C. Willctt was unanimously Hon. J. J. Ingnlls may yet be relumed died a few minutes later. efficiently. It tones tho stomach and other ui cnurcii meeting whenever tho principles of tho two concaned iasi to the United States Senate from Kanorgans, regulates tho digestion, creates a "Between my visits I knew that someflict, tho safest anchor is to stand by that good appetite, and by thus sas. With a fair vote in the Kansas Leg- to the pastorate of the Baptist church thing had been given which caused her grand old party which has been, is now, overcoming tho local symp-- . filnk . islature he would lie defeated beyond hero for next year. I believed then, as I know now, toms removes tho Grade Bewley, daughter of Mr. Murvo and ever will be tho farmers' and laborers' death. doubt ; but that is what he doesn't inthat the children had all been poisoned, Jlietlo effects ot tho disease, banishes tho friend. tend to have. The scheme is to return Bewley, died very suddenly last week of headache, and refreshes tho tired mind. and they had died by tho hand of their croup. She was his youngest child and " I liayo been troubled with dyspepsia. I him or pronounce the Legislature an unLet us Reason. mother. Sho resented every effort to had but Uttlo appetite, and what I did cat constitutional body because of the pres- three years of age. If any one who sutlers from Rheumasecure a post mortem examination, and did mo Miss Dee Itichardsc-i- i and Mr. Gus tism would stop and unnrx distressed me) or an hour ence of 18 members from new counties reason a moment did not attempt to conceal her anger Ilttlo good. la Warfield, Elizabcthtown, were united in before who have power to legislate, but no o DUrn after eating I would they decide to purchase somo re- when I suggested it. I did not despair feeling, a falntncss, or tired, right to vote. In short, if they vote for matrimony at the unites home near medy, they could not help avoid any so- - of discovering tho cause of their death, as though I had not eaten anything. My trouIngalls they have the right, hut have no Ekron, Dec. 23d. called euro that is Bold for $1. Figuring and as soon as Dr. Lewis, who was tho ble, I think, was aggravated by my business, right to oppose him. What wonderful tho retailers, tlio jobbers, and tho manu- family physician, approached mo with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. which Is that of a painter, and from being ideas of constitutionality and justice for more or less shut up In a The best salvo in the world for cuts, facturers profits out of that solitary dol- his suspicions I immediately concurred room with fresh paint. Last .oour . a man whogoes around spouting about lar, and there is left not over 20 cents for witli him, and our consultation conbruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever spring I took Hood's Sarsa- - StOtTiaCn Southern lawlessness! If Mr. Ingalls is sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, tho medicine. Aside from its reputation, vinced us that wo had discovered tho rllla took threo bottles. It did mo on defeated wo shall hear something from Immense amount ot good. It gavo mo on corns, and skin eruptions, and positively and tlio fact, Dr. Drummond's Lightning causo of the children's deaths." him that will set tho Gettysburg haappetite,' and my food relished and satisfied Tho next witness was Dr. Lewis. Owcures Piles, or no pay required. It is Hemedy appeals to ono's good sense. tho craving I had previously experienced." rangue in tho background. guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or Tlio price is $5 per bottle, and to any ono ing to his connection with the family, Qeoroe A. Taoe, Watertown, Mass. ' suflering from Itlicumatism it is as cheap his testimony was regarded as esjieciqlly "FOlfllYHI'm'StA Price 25 cents per inonoy refunded. Ue Ilrowu's Iran Itinera. box For sale by G. W. Short, Clover-por- t, as it is good and effective. Sent to any important, and was listened to very atFhjslclans recommend It. Bold by all drusgtiti . fl ; ilz for fA. rrepared only address by Drummond Medicine Co., tentively. Ho said : Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, All dealer keep It. J1.00 per bottle. Genuine by C. I. HOOD 4 CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mu. and rrtxwt) redllnta on wrapper. Ky. has 0 Maiden Lane, New York. "I was called in to see tho youngest IOO Dosos Ono Dollar Breckenridge News, If tlio press of tho Stato is to be credited with n true reflection of popular opinion, tlio pebplo nro greatly disappointed and dissatisfied witli the work of the Constitutional Convention. Ominous growls como up from all quarters. It was expected that tho delegates sent tip by the people would strike from tho present constitution a few of its features that were abuses and add hero and thcro Improvements which experience seemed to point out as necessary. Hut contrary to that expectation, the body seems to think its prime duty is to chango all things, to revolutionize the government, to have nothing as it was before, and to tread in untried and dangerous paths. The people are seriously apprehensive that the new instrument may prove a Pandora's box of evils, hard to be understood and requiring years of costly judicial experiment to construe. They want nothing of the kind, and if they are left with the power of reflection, its fate may even now be foredoomed. Awful Story of the Death of the Highee Children. Courier-Journa- , two-hors- Higbce child on October 13. The next day it died, and I diagnosed the caso as cholera infantum. On October 25 tho second child died. I diagnosed the caso as cercbro spinal meningitis. I was called to see the third child November 11, nnd found her in convulsions and vomiting violently. As soon as I saw her 1 became alarmed nnd called in another physician for consultation. I procured the assistance of Drs. Walker and Hamilton from Garncttsvillc. The child died whilo wo were there. I told them my dilemma; that I was not satisfied with my other diagnoses, and together we determined to learn the real causo of their deaths. I had no definite suspi' cion then. Tho similarity of their cases and the periodicy of their deaths appeared strange, but I did not think thoy were murdered. Wo examined tho food and took several meals at tho house, nnd found nothing amiss. I concluded that it was the sanitary arrangements of tho house, and prevailed upon Mrs. Iligbeo to move out nt once. They had scarcely been in their new house two weeks beforo I heard that Halley, tho eldest child, was dead. I had but a d idea that they had been dealt foully with up to this time, when I was assured thnt my suspicions of tho mother were correct: I remembered her singular manner. During tho illness of the three she never onco asked my opinion about them or expressed any desire for their recovery, I then determined to have n post mortem. I saw Dr. Basham, who nttended the fourth child, and found that my suspicions were Ids also. I next spoke to Mr. Iligbeo about tho post mortem. Ho agreed with me thnt ono should bo held, but objected on his wife's account. "'It has been a hard matter to live witli her as it is,' he said, 'and if I consent to this it will bo unbearable.' I got his consent to speak to his wife, which I did at once. I had scarcely made my purpose known before she be came indignant and threatened me if I Bliotild again suggest it. "You had as well cease," she said, "I will never con sent to. it. i tnen told lier l would resort to legal process, which she said I dare not do. I spoke to Mr. Isaac Highee, but he begged me to desist on account of his brother. "They nro unhappy as it is; don't make it worse for half-fonne- i f9 sH;"gstsgsseQ4s,o:S si A - "a H To Customers :- -- : And Competitors Wo wisli you a Happy .'.and. ".Prosperous Mew YieaiKo WM. VEST & SONS, CLOVERPORT, KY. V wQBHr w Vr 53 ;DSS 2x-rb- 43-4 them." the house?" "Hid you ever have any poison about itaw SHERIFF'S Court-housone-sixt- SALE FOR TAXES. post-morte- m do-liv- er "Not lately. I bought a box of rough on rats, but when I took it homo and read the directions I became afraid and did not use it. I noticed it in the clock up till the latter part of the summer. It was beforo the death of the first child that I missed it, but I have no reason to believe that my wife took it. The clock had to be mended, and as I took it down I missed the box. I asked Julia about it, and sho said that sho put it in a box in tlio closet. I looked there for it, but could not And it. I did not think any more about it until I became alarmed about the deaths of the children. I searched every place in the house, but it could not be found. I did not believe that my wife had it then or murdered the By virtue of taxes due the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and Breckenridge county, for the years 18S6, 86, 87, 88, 89 and 1890, by tho following named persons, and for the years designated, we wllltyroceed to sell for cash in hand, on children." "What do you think now ?" Mr. Iligbeo was excused from answerAs ing this last question by the court. soon as the witness left the stand he was asked by a reporter if ho would object to privately answering the question. "From tlio evidence, I now believe," he said, "that my wife did kill the children, and that she was insane at the time. I believe that she will bo cleared - though." "In that case what will you do ?" "I don't know," he said. "I would be afraid to let her have the other child, but I could not keep her from tho house. If sho is cleared I don't know what to do." "Why do you think she will not be Monday, January 19, 1891, e At the door, in Uardiniburp, Ky. the follow! nit dotcriled nrontrtv. or b sufficient amount to satjsty the several amounts : Bates, Jeremiah T., for (land) for particulars see Deed Book X, page 484. Amount of tax and cost $20.25. Fisher, Cbas. A., for an unh divided ya) interest, in what is known as the Barney Fisher homo place, lf mile south of Cloverport. For particulars see Mortgage Book No. 10, page J02. Amount of tax and cost, $41.11. Farmer, Sallle, for 1880 (land) listed in her name, but the title is in the name of the hf Irs of Michael Bri akey, for further particulars see Commissioner's Deed Book No 2, page 250. Amount of tax and cost, $5.30. 8, Walker, Samuel B., for 1885-8- 0 land For particulars see Deed Book No. 20, page 531, deed from Thoj. Burdette to Margarete A. Walker. Amount of tax and cost, $27.91. Mathews, America, for 1888 87 00 land, for particulars see Deed Book L. piigo 187. Amount of tax and cost, $23,27. D. II, SEVERS, S. B. C. V. S We are now arranging a large list of property for sale for Taxes which will be advertised very soon. All persons owing taxes would save a great dent of coats and expense by settliog the same immediately. Wo have already given one notlco that we wanted to settle up our business, which we are compelled to do. Bo those not heeding there notices must abide tht consequences, Kesptctiully, D. H.Sevebs, S. B. C. John Ai.examdkb, D. S. J, S. DeJkbnnf.ttk, D. S. L. G.anxooRT, D. S, , December 3d, 1890, 1888-89-9- 0 one-ha87-888-8- 9 1 down-trodde- Dyspepsia '" caiing Barsa-parlll- a, Q nurt expo-rlenc- e .... convicted ?" ! "Thcro is not enough evidence now, and when the testimony of some others is taken it will contradict what has been TO STONE CONTRACTORS AND testified and make things equal." BUILDERS. One of tho physicians in the case said : Sealed proposals will bo received up to 12 "Wo caii not get the Iligbeo family to o'clock noon of the 12th day of January, 1801 f realize in what a situation they are plac- for furnishing all material and performing all necessary for the erection of a stone jail labor ing themselves. They will not assist in and briok residence for jailer fur Breckenridge the case, and from what I can learn, are County, Ky., to be iltualtd on a lot in Hardinsburg, Ky. We doing nil they can to oppose it. be received for a building to be . Bids huvo not enough evidence to establish erected willaccordance with plans and specifiin tho fact that sho killed tho children, but J cations prepared by MoDonald Bros,,ofiiuuis-vlllo- , Ky., or if hiJders prefer, t'uey may subwe have sulllcient grounds, I think; to mit along with their bids other plans and prove her insane." specifications for a stone jail and jailer's brick Tlio brothers of Jesso Iligbeo will residence. Each proposition must be accom panted certified check for testify Monday. From the present out- able to by acommittee, which $500, made pay tho check is to be look the caso will last several days forfeited to the County in case the bidder submitting It shall fall to enter into contract and longer. give bond for the work If his proposition Is Mm. Iligbeo was seen in tho jail last accepted. of the value of tho work night. Sho does not look any worse thnn Is to be paid for as the work progresses and the one year after completion. when sho was first put in, or if there is remainder For further information bidders are referred She to said ovmmisiioners, and to the records of any change it is an improvemnt. showed littlo feeling when talking of tlio tho Court at Dardinsburg, Ky. The plans MoDonald can children, but was vehement in speaking and specifications ofClerk's officeBros.,Hardins-be seen at the County in of tho accusations brought against her. burg. and at tho office of MoDonald Bros., in lieforo tho case is ended, she said, thcro Louisville, Ky. The to reject any or all would bo some ono elso looking from bids. rifchts rcsfrved By order of County Court. bnrs. prison Morris Fskridge, U. W. Heard, Dr. Pusey testified that from his Matthias Miller, Committee, knowledge of homicidal mania, the case v, a. bevers. under investigation was one. It is an impulse, ho explained, which often wieaked itself on those tlio insnno person loves most. It does not necessarily 1 State of Kentucky, destroy affection or natural love, but to County ol Breckenridge a certain degree dulls the sensibilities. Taken up as astrar by J. A. dross, living As soon as tho impulse to destioy is Mar Holt pbaV office, In Breckenridge' oounty, gratified a feeling of relief comes, and ho on or about the 8th inat. Five bead of bogs, had known of cases where tho corpse of about 7 months old, threi white and black the dead was as much cared for by tho spotted boars, one blaok boar and one black slayer as if tho deceased had died a natu-m- l sow, all marked with swallow fork In left ear and crop and under bit In right ear, and which death. It is also a fact that tho made every effort to conceal their was appraised by Harrison Dellaveo, of Holt, Ky., in the sum of ten dollars M0) mania, Thoy resort to any action, someWitness my hand this 12th day of Decemtimes even add fresh murder to hi do tho ber, 1890. long ns enough mind remains deed. As WM, AHL,J. P. B. 0. to appreciate tho consequences which necessarily follow such act, every caution is used to prevent its discovery. One-half NOTICE ji Notice. . ' fvV. , in-sn- ! iK' ri- Commendable. All claims not consistent with tho high character of Syrup of Figs aro purposely Hood's Sarsaparilla trade-mar- k avoided by tljo Cal. Fig fayrup Company. Itactsgontl on tho Judnoy, liver and bowels, cleaning tho system effectually, and makes no but it is not a cure-al- l pretensesions Hint every bottlo will not When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla. IVhen she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. When sho became Miss, she clung to Castorla. When she had Children, she gave them Castorla. 48-5- substantiate. BiBlliBBiliMMWIlBIBniBMpslli & V " 4 r- - W ii' '' "V - aft ft - ''hHv , fir - - - A ' -- - &. -- s if i; -- a- -' SaB H & 4- v. - - t You want a Happy New Year. You can have it. Mr. Harry Monroe went to Garfield How? Monday. Miss Jessio McDonald, of Evansvillc, Mr. J. H, Lcnnin went to Chicago , Ind., and Miss Knto Hackctt, of Cnnncl-tont6-da- y. Ind., are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Monday. Begin the Year Bight and you will Mr. J. E. Monarch went to Owensboro J. D. Hnmbleton. go on Right Both the method and results when The city council will elect a marshal Mondav Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasnnt to succeed V. P. Graham, deceased, and refreshing to the taste, and acta Judge Milton Hoard went to Louis- next Friday night. There are a dozen villo Monday. gentlyyet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sysor more candidates. Miss Blanche Beard was at home durno-prof- it tem effectually, dispels colds, headMr. P. P. Archer and wife, of Ekron, ing tho holidays. aches and fevers and cures habitual Grand-vieand Mr. J. II. Meyer and wife, of -Miss Blancho Jolly, of Bewlcyvillc, is constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho Ind., wero hero to attend tho fune visiting Miss Nora Smith. only remedy of its kind ever proral of Mr. W. P. Graham, Monday. duced, pleasing to tho tasto and acTho city council meets in regular sesA Christinas tree for the benefit of the sion ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in next Tuesday night. Yon will begin economically and economy will help was you its action and truly beneficial in its " scholars of tho M. E. Sunday-schoo- l, Mrs. Tlios. G. Cocks left Monday to given at tho M. E. church last night. effects, prepared only from tho most save money and be The scholars of the Unptlst Sunday-scho- visit her father's family in Hart county. healthy and agreeable substances, Misses Annie Gardner and Mary ! were given their Christmas presits many oxcellent qualities comBowmerwere at home during tho holimend it to all and havo made it ents Inst Sunday week. days. tho most popular remedy known. Miss Lucy Jolly, of Sample, was in tho They Have a Bonanza. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading drugtho owners of Dr. Drum-mond- 's city last week visiting Mr. Logan Pate's It seems Money won't buy happiness. But the person that saves, has gists. Lightning Remedy for Rheuma- family. Any reliablo druggist who S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. The ladies of tho M. E. church will ns their remedy may not havo it on hand will proalways u better chance of happiness than those who don't. tism have a lionanza, cure it promptly for any one who has never been known to fail in a singlo give an entertainment at the citv hall wishes to try I I I I I Do not accept I I I cnRo. Tlinn in rortnlnlv room ill the this week. A largo number of fruit any substitute. mnrket for a medicine thnt will do what and shade they claim for this wonderful preparation. trees about town were badly damaged UfiUFORNlA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISC ), CAL. Although tho price is $5 per bottle, if it by tho sleet. LOUISVILLE, KY. Now is the time to buy HEW YORK, N.Y. Mr. R. C. Cobb, of Louisville, has claimed for it tho price does one-haYou are laying up sunshine against the dark days. Try it. been m tho city several days looking afshould be $100. If tho druggist has not John Allen Murray, Wm. K. Barnes, got it, the remedy will bo sent to any ter some timber interests. Cloverport. Hardlntburg. Mr. A. T. Robards, of Palestine, Ark., address by prepaid express on receipt of MURRAY & BARNES, was hero a few days last week visiting 0 Co., price. Drummond Medicine his uncle, Mr. James T. Robards. Maiden Lane, New York. Hardlntburg and Cloverport, Mr. J. C. Roister took several photoKentucky. graphic views in portions of the town While profits arc not considered. Call for prices ! Lower than over Death of City Marshal Graham. Wc sadly chronicle tho death of Wor-de- n last Friday while tho heavy sleet was on. JUL, Sole agents for the Mr. Wm. Cocks, of Doiivor. rvi P. Graham, which occurred on !. has been visiting his brother hero, Rev. Sunday morning, Dec. 28, 1890. Office over llichardson't Hardware (tore. For the last five or six years ho has Thos. G. Cocks, for several weeks, left CLOVERPORT. KY. position of city marshal. Frail for his homo in Toronto, Canada, last held the I n fin j. it. taylok, j. c. nusir, w. s. taylor. in body, he was a giant in courage. Ho mummy. S5S-Unless it bo Messrs. Beard & Bceler, absolutely a strancer to fear in the was & Co., discharge of his official duties. Every there is no one buying tobacco here this A Quart for 10 Cents. know it ami dared not risk season. This one item of trade cuts oft" 0" Over Zulnufs Jewelry Store The lawless spirit a largo revenue from our merchants. a combat with him. We will make special efforts to reduce our stock of The farmers failing to find buyers here OWENSBORO, KY. which slow poor Ed Thompson at Frederica Street, was craven and coward in the will ship their tobacco to other points R. JV. and there leave what money they get presence of Mr. Graham. The city owes his memory a debt of iur u. gratitude. Ho fell at his post of duty. They Say CLOVERPORT, KY. That the brass band is about out of with D. R. Murray near Post Even when his poor, tottering framo olllce. was unequal to the task, and his vitals debt. That the court house fenco in its pres wero wasted by disease, he was abroad looking after the good order and peace ent, coiuiuion is a disgrace to tho town. Within the next few days. Call and get the benefit of our low of society while the people slept in their That the sleet was the heaviest withwarm beds. But at Inst ho yielded to in the memory of tho oldest prices, for it is what, the buyer saves that makes him rich. Its an un"WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1890 inhabitant. the inevitable and has passed away. That Marvin Beard carried ofi the disputed fact that we carry the largest line of The city has lost a faithful public serv honors at the turkey shooting last Sat LOCAL BREVITIES. ant. The public, alike with his family, urday. is, who That Jim Miller ought to resign his Mr. John T. Ditto, of Brandenburg, is are the stifl'erers. The question can fill his placo ? official station and take a position tho city. in on The funeral services were held at 11 the stage. See Vest's lino of ladle's rubbers, just o'clock on Methodist last Monday at the The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices That the earth fairly trembled when received. church, and all that is mortal of Marshal uio In the city,, and at prices that laugh at competition. The railroad uig colored preacher struck the can be found at A nice line of Gent's underwear very Graham wns laid to rest. ground tho other day. has come ! Business ,is increasing and prices are diminishing. If you cheap at Babbnge's. Thnt married people live longer than The Editor's Prize. are after bargains, we. can supply your wahte. We are prepared to J. L. Miller, C. "V. Moorman and Hal & a Tvjff singlo ones, but you can't make Bud w " 1IT Murray went to Louisville, Monday. Mr. A. K. Ilawkes has gained a nation- Guthrie clothe and feed you, warm and sleep you. We also keep a full line of c carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture ' believe it. al reputation as a practical optician, and at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made Don't put ofi" renewing your subscripThat Tico Jolly wants an endorsement Undertakers' Supplies. y tion until from pure Oak Tanned Leather. is the his celebrated spectacles nnd patent to the Legislature, and thoro nre one or spring are known throughout two other time. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar $5.50, SG.50, $7.50, S9.00 lively fellows hard" on his Mrs. Logan C. Murray, of New York, tho United States. Wo aro writing this track. SaiW1 SoU1 S J"'1103' Carb Bits 75c 90c an1 ,. ' 1.75, 1.50 , T nn SJKn sr, nn is visiting friends at her old home in aiticlo with a pair of his New Crystalized That to avoid trouble in tho family -i r-- "") V. . . r 9i.vu duu siu.w, m c carry a line Lenses, and they seem to us as transpar- divide Sa rt .1. Louisville. tho cash account with your wife ui ivuuuur uoous, sucn as xiorsc covers, Storm Aprons, Le" gings, at ent ns light itself ; and with them the very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail"' Ties, The Dr. J. T. Owen has been appointed a finest print is as clear as in youth. Edi- occasionally. member of the State Board of Health for tor Christian Advocate. wool 1'lunies and Ta Protectors, ,. nnd or nrvtliini lurfnin. Our Very Best People ? fa. i .i t !. w i this city and county. ...b tw w.u uuuu. m u nave a targe i. line oi collars, Jlamcs and UhaiiiF, All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by Confirm our statement when we say thnt Breeching S3.00, 3.50, 1.00, 4.50. Mr. James Wright and wife (nee Miss G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. Dr. Acker's English Remedy is in "everyMr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds Mollie Patterson) were at home spendway superior to any and all other preof repairs and make new work to order. ing tho holidays. parations for tho Throat and Lungs. In A Heavy Holiday Trade. It will pay you to examine our stock. Miss Mollie James, of Penrod, was the The holiday trade of Cloverport this Whooping Cough and Croup, it is mngic HAVEN. Hon. David Murray, of Cloverport, C. ROCK guest of her uncle, Rev. W. K. Penrod, season was tho heaviest ever known. and relieves at once. Wo ofier you a C. Fnirleigh and P. K. Malin, of Branlast week. Tho streets and stores wero jammed sample bottlo free. Remember, this denburg, attorneys, wero in attendance Tho young orchards in several sections with buyers. Tho dealers wero pre- Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee. Christmas passed off quietly. nt 'Squire Keith's court. Stockholder's Meeting. of tho county sufiered very much from pared with beautiful and artistic dis- For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Louisville, $!, Louis & Texas Co, Net pork selling at fiyo cents in our The stockholders of tho Louisville, - the heavy sleet. Our merchant, Henry Shelton, has plays, and reaped a rich reward. The Ky., and Witt & Mcador, Hardinsburg, stores. , been very busy this week buying hogs ILrdinsburg & Western Railway held a If you want a good flour ask your volumo of the trado belied the supposed Kv. 3STO. Mother earth was coated with beauti- and com. Why don't tho McCrackens meeting December 23d, and elected A Card of Thanks. grocer for "None Such." If he hnsn't closeness of money. Everybody seemed ful snow. tho following board of directors: L. put a stock pen at our town? supplied with sufficient to provide his or got it ask him to get it. I desire to return my sincere thanks to Taking Cfrect Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Lewis were In her wants. Tho express trains and the ninny friends of my husband, who Mr. P. P. Nevitt, of near Grahaniton. Green, W. J. Dean, Jr., It. M. Jolly, C. Walter Smart enme home from school P. Bush, G. II. Lampton, J. P. Helm and M5!C0o,cltkA,MSnniiy,No7.30,,189C Louisville Christmas eve, shopping. was married to a lady of Marion county Inst week sick, and hn not been able to steamboats carried away largo supplies were so kind to him in his last illness, J. K. McCracken. Tho directory elected Wot Bound Traim of holiday goods to distant points. and for favors that havo been shown to Halt Bound Trail . Mr. James Leonard, of near here, has last Sunday. Mr. Nevitt is ono of our leave his room since his return. 51 Tho increasing trade of our city as evi- the family. 62 oldest merchants in this end of tho count- the following ollicers, viz: Col. Lafe in Louisville. Mrs. W. P. Ghaham. been visiting his two sons 63 54 & The peculiar enervating effect of sumMall 4 Green, President: J. K. McCracken, Expr's M.ill denced by the largo stocks kept by tho yExpr's STATIONS Kxpr't Expr'' mer weather is driven oil'by Hood'sSarxi-parillPay car enmo down on tho 24th, nnd gave One Dollar Weekly G. II. Lampkin.Secrcfn merchants, who aro ever alivo to tho Dally D.ill The Grahaniton Cotton Mill is turning ry, and P. Dally Pall) which "makes tho weak strong." wants of tho peoplo, and their heavy J. Helm, Chief Counsel. Buys a good Gold Watch by our Club tho boys n chnnco'to get a few things for out two thousand 25pm 8 (Rim U.Un'n Dp't..ar 1 05 pm 9 05pi i grain sacks per day, AV, W. Brooks, tho photographer, took 0 40 820 Kentucky St. 12 60 sales apparently unnfiected by hard System. Oar 14 Karat patent stiffened old Santa. 860 working about eighty hnnds. Their pay 7 IS) 9U) West Point 1210 8 10 ' sovcral handsome views of tho town and times, show the growing importance of gol.l enses nre warranted for 20 years. 'Squire Keith nnd sister, Mrs. Helm-stette9 at 12 07pm 8 05 Howard roll every Monday is about threo hun- Memorial Services at the Baptist' ?a 7 45 9 20 Hock Haven II 61.I.H 745 private residences while tho sleet was on. Cloverport. of Brandenburg, were in the city Waltbam or Elgin movement, reliable Unurch. 7M 9.27 Long Uranch 114.1 7 35 dred nnd fifty dollars. nnd well known. Stem wind bet, hunt- Inst week. 8 01 IT07 Urandcnburi? 1134 Misses Lettio Boyd, Susio Hart and 720 Ixuig years ago was born here Samuel 8(17 ing or open faco, Lndy's or Gent's size. 9 40 Meade Spring 1130 722 Several farmers near Garrett have lost CLIFTON MILLS. Jennio McClnrty, of Owensboro, will be 9 40 Kkrun Equnl to nny $75 Watch. 1124 710 Coleman A Childs will open up a full Obadiah Christian, a son of Dr. John F. 8 14 Wo sell ono 822 11 10 961 Gubton 707 of theso Watches for $28 cash, and send roller proceas mill on Doc Run the first some very fino horses in the last week or Christian nnd Eveline Christian, tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Short 8 30 10 03 IrWrgtoii 1107 0 6S his two. It is some disease which kills them Miss Sue McAfee, of Union Star, is to any address by registered mail, or by 839 1012 Webster v 1068 0 49 next week. 1061 Lodiburfr. 641 Express C. 0. 1)., with privilego of ex- of January. very suddenly. Som say it is caused by wife, who was n daughter of Obadiah 8 47 10 20 tho guest of Mrs. J. M. Fitch this week. 850 10 42 Pierce 030 Mr. A. F. Rosecrnns, who moved from Newman. Many of us remember tho UU2 10 27 amination. Mr. J oo Thomas has bought seventy a web thnt a worm leaves in the corn. 1030 10 30 Sample 6 21 II. C. Haddock is visiting relatives in Our Agent at Durham, N. 0., writes : Tobinsport, Ind., to Grandview, Ind., 1044 littlo lame boy, jumping about on his a 10 Stcphensport 10 20 615 acres of land of Dr. If. K. I'usey, near 1049 910 County Attorney Hamilton is repre- little crutches. 10 21 AddUon "Our jewelers hare confessed they don't 009 somo five years ago, has moved back to Meade county this week. That boy, now grow u to 9 IS) 1062 1'cnnybaknr, Holt 1018 6 00 know how senting tho Commonwealth and Dr. II. 9 3.1 1100 10 03 Cloerport 6 61 There is an epidemic among horses money" you can furnish such work for the his old home. 9 40 1114 The boys all behaved themselves nice- K. Pusoy, representing tho defense ns nn stalwart, intellectual and physical manShops 9a 5 43 11 20 9K! Sklllman 9 44 Ono good reliable Agent wanted in each ly through 531 Both tho East and West bound passen- of this community, which is causing far s, no fussing or fighting export on insanity in Mrs. Highee's case. hood, preached at the Baptist church on 1(1 01 1137 ll;uvcIMc 9 32 6 21 last Sunday morning. 10 08 1144 ger trains wero crowded with passengers mers great uneasiness. A. Orendorf and plnce. Write for particulnrs. Pctrle 923 612 as far ns heard from, About ono hundred persons in atten1014 1151 Emi'ikk Watch Co., Falcon 917 505 Tho occasion was especially interestMonday. Tho "Texas" did a lino E. Adkisson have just lost horses of great 1017 C ll.Viim cc 9 Id 601 48 A 50 Maiden Lane, Mr. Tom Rcesor, of near hero, lost two dance. Great deal of excitement in this ing. Rev. H. T. value. 12 Oinni 10 23 I.ewfjport 9 00 Lampton, venerablo in 465 holiday business. New York. fine horses, supposed to he tho new o 1221 1041 part of the county over tho sad affair. 8 47 Powers 438 years and patriarchal in appearance, was 10W Miss Ixu Galloway's writing school 12 35 Pates 832 425 Tho Vests havo just received a now among horses. 11 Oi 12 45 Holiday Excursion Rates. Owensboro 822 417 here to join in tho services which fol- HIS lino of rubber shoes from an Eastern closed this week with entire satisfaction. 1269 Multiply 808 4 0', Mr. Henry Tucker, of Indiana, wore So Not Suffer Any Longer. Tho L., St. L. &. T. railroad will on 107 lowed tho placing of n mcmorinl window 1120 Stanley 769 366 J. M. Pitch, blacksmith, is doing a factory. See them, Plain Croquets, 1137 117 7 47 Worthlnijton 340 tho bluo ribbon for marksmanship nt tho Spottswllo 137 728 Knowing that a cough can bo checked in tho building in honor and grateful re- 115.1 331 Specinl Croquets and Imitation Sandals. splendid business; his patrons find him a December 24, 25 and 31st nnd January 140 liasketts 3 23 membrance of his services as pastor sev- 12 ffipm 2 00pm nr.Hendcrs'n lv 719 lstf sell holiday oxctirsion tickets be- shooting match Christinas eve. in adny, nnd tho first stages of consumpgood workman in both wood nnd iron. 12 20tm 7 U5am 3 10pm The dam across Rough creek at tho tween all stations on its line at ono and Mr. Chnrlio Brandenburg, a former tion broken in a week, wo hereby guaraneral years ago. Miss Lulu Sklllman is visiting her Falls of Rough was completely washed d faro for tho round trip. Re- resident, but now of Daviess county, is tee The occasion revived old recollections LouisviMe.Hardinsburg & Western R, II, Dr. Acker's English Cough Remedy, away last week. It had just been finish- aunt, Mrs. A. Board, Webster. turn limited to January 5th. moving back to old Mcado again. and will refund tho money to nil who and tender memories, and was enjoyed ed by Mr. Green at a costof near$10,000, Our mill, run by A. M. Glasgow, gets a No. 5 TIME TABLE. Tho C. & 0. railroad gets thrco or four buy, take it as per directions, nnd do by a largo audience. not including the material, good run of custom, notwithstanding its Taking Effect at 5.00 o'clook a. m. Sunday car loads of stock every wpek that would not find our statement correct. For September 28, 1890. Addio Louise B.tbbnge had a birthday being a burr process. como here if we had a stock pen. Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS Alii LIKE, West Hound Trains Mrs. F. Welch, Webster, wns tho guest party on tho evening of December 20th. East Hound Trains & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. There was a largo crowd nt Mr. Wm. and Witt Dally Dally Daily ually It was her 5th anniversary and her littlo Mrs. II. C. Haddock, Saturday nnd Sun-dn(L. E. A ST. L. R. R.) Bickett's sale last Wednesday. ex Sun, ex Sun, Horses STATIONS. ex Sun. ex Sun friends, Margaret Moorman, Marion No. 5 No. 1 No. 2 No. J Notice Saw Mill Men. and cattle brought a very fair price. 0 30am 11 15am Lv Irvingtnn Ar 9 45am 6 45p Babbugo, Walter Oelzo, Daniel Duncan Wo want to buy for cash 500.000 feet 715 1142 iiiirjieui That Terrible Cough 4 60 Tho Fisher Bros., of Hardin county, 912 and J. D. Bnbbage, Jr., spent a very pleas11 68am 737 llarned 862 426 SHORTEST, QUICKEST havo bought a good deal of corn in this of good Poplar lumber, cut ono inch 12 05pm 7 45 In tho morning, hurried or difficult 8 44 Junction 416 ant evening together. 7 65 Hardinsburg' thick by six inches wide, 12, 14 and 10 837 4 00 neighborhood nt 40 cents in tho crib. AND BEST'LINE TO 1223 828 8 28 Junction Thcro is a movo on foot to organize a breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in 3 48 feet long. 12 30 852 Kirk 815 323 tho chest, quickned pulse, chillness in Wo aro pleased to hear of Hon. Henry g 12 47 stock company for tho purposo of 910 Jolly 803 HmiiLAM) Paiik Planing Mill Co., 300 9 47 105 Glendeane the evening or sweats at night, all orany 7 44 Wntterson's election as committeeman 220 a plant hero for the purposo of 120 1015 AND ALL POINTS Itockvalc Room 7, Tyler Building, 729 140 of theso things aro tho firwt stages of confrom Kentucky of tho National Demo1029 129 lluth 720 manufacturing paving brick out of tho . 129 Louisville, Ky. 1041 135 Askins South-Wes- t. 12 48 712 sumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough cratic committee. clay recently discovered on Mr. A. II. 1101 148 Oaks 067 1224 11 20jm 2 00pm ArFordsvllleLv 6 45am 12 00m Mr. Joe Bungnr, of Pcnnybaker, has Skillman's farm near this city, and of Remedy will cure these fearful symptoms ASSIGNEES NOTICE. Time-CaDee, 16, 1888, is sold out to his brother, Georgo Btuigar, which mention wns made in theso col- and is sold under a positive guarantee Penom knowlngthemielvej to be Itdobted Lv. Louisville 8:45 o. in. ..9:00 p.m. .,4:10 p.m. by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., nnd head-lb- y nnd will movo to Louisville, to go into to J, T. Patterson, will at once call on the Arr St. Louli 7:45 " ...7:25 umns last week. The enterprise is Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky, Tiiignoe and tattle by plying their aocount, t)io hotel business. tho McCrackons and other L'Tamvllle 2:25 " 9:50 p.m. at the outstanding debti niuit be collected ImFor further information, oil) on or address, and $50,000 is wanted to start tho Mr. Montio Kintner, who is attending mediately. Absolutely Pure. JFTOUlt HA CK A CUES company. Our people will bo given a JOS. S. 0DI0RNE, Or you are all worn out, really pool for nothing R.N. MILLER, Aitlgnee. -F- KOWA cream of tartar baking powder. tho Purdue Tniversity at Lafayette, Ind., It U general debility. Try den'l Pan. Ag't, Louurlile, Kr. chanco to tako a limited amount of tho arrived home Mpndiry to spend tho holillHOWii'S IRON JtJTTJiltS. Highest of all in leavening strength. B. L BRYANT. a It will cure you. and give In good appetite. Sold U.S. Government Ileport, Aug, 17, 18S9. capital stock. days with his parents. Havo your Job work dono at this ofllco jj all dealers medicine. TraT. Paiig'r Ag't, Loulivllle, Ky. and CK. Turpin. See Vest's line of lntlio's rubbers, just received. Miss J.ilu Adams, of is visiting Miss Lnfie Ln Heist. Mrs. Win, Hull went to Owensboio, Sunday, to visit bcr son, S. It. Hall. M. A. Dauphin, President of the Louisiana Lottery Company, is dead. Miss Lizzie Hall, who has been visiting in Louisville, returned home Thursday, accotnpaincd bv Messrs. S. X. Hnll HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. I i I I I I l M l I I I I l tJTTTl I 1. I 1 II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Zj v. i. iuitiiAi;i; L, H. & W. TIME TABLE (I01NO Uttllor WKST. WE BEGIN THE SLAUGHTER EARLY, Paiienger Dally nrr. Hardlnsburg.,12:13 p.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. .. 7:55 a.m. aOIKd RiRT. Faiienger Dally arr. Hardlntburg.. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. " 8:37 a.m. 4:00 p.m. been our custom to reduce our prices after the holidays ; we make an exception this season and begin the slaughter From now on you can buy the best Clothing for Men, Boys and Children in the city at prices. Kemember this. It has heretofore Happy New Year! I A BY TRADING:- - "f"T 1 :WITH SULZER'S. JULIUS WINTER ol - "Old. Reliable" Clothiers E3ZJL IrPIF"" I it I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I BY SAVING MONEY lf G-R-OC-E-R-- 1-E-S Attorneys atLaw. 48-6- SULZER'S Dr. J. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, German Economical Blueing CLOVEEPOET, KY- S J. H. Taylor law-break- -- g, Attorney at Law, eo MILLER, S3B Breckenridge News, OVERCOATS Gents' and Mens' Clothing H5S !i Jfs7 Boys', in MAMM .ILHCWdAW fir net ja. ia. $1-00I To-da- eye-glass- B. F. BEARD & CO HARDINSBURG, KY. 1 Iil' vu., 87nn.i8tnnn . v; ,.v 1.". HJ, TIME SCHEDULE 17. n, Pi r, dis-cas- one-thir- v. ppYAl estal-lishin- St, Louis, Evansville rd West and IM capl-tafist- s, POWDER SHIETS J. D. BARRAGE, BUY YOUR TIMITIT11 Breckenridge News. REMINISCENCES. at any point between WsW TKnn..ft ,....-..- .. w..vw AfUtipinttfill was carried on in has beon dissolved. At least it itf l$ng Considerable horses and mules, which were bought in er has any olliciai existence, as is wen HV A.V large numbers hero and shipped South known, the Western Tobacco Associato supply the demand for cotton and su- tion was the corporation comprwd of NO. IV. gar plantations. Dr. J. II. Thomas and the allied tobacco warehouses of LouisHi Ilimlinshtirg was nt. tlmt Union smnll combination tobacco market. McClarty and nssoei-ntc- a Dudley Ilambleton operated largely, ville and Cincinnati, a so much bail given up business. Vivian and made ono or moro trips every sea- which has recently occupied son, as did the Wathans, of Mt. Merino, attention in the public press and the 11. Itoard were the prinDaniel and S. V. cipal merchants and dealers in tobacco, and others. Smaller traders took chick- public mind. T- Opposition to it on thelpart of the growniul they bought but little, perhaps none ens and turkeys in largo quantities. Ueef cattle were also shipped South, and ers caused tho meeting at Ijxington and outside of their customer. K ti $. Texas cattle were brought in large num- the suceeedintr one at Louisville, and warehouse in bers to be fed here for market until a the projected Col. Charles Ilauiblctou and Mrs. law was passed prohibiting the same be- this city. if! Huston kept the two hotels of the town, cause of disease, said to Iks contagious, ! For somo time the consolidation proand for good, cooking and being communicated to Kentucky cattle. ject has been languishing. It has en; Folks-Lit- tle ! of the best the county afforded, no man countered two obstacles, tho scarcity of need go further; and two Virginians, at and the strenuous opposition of Towboats wero not in use at that monoy, Prices-Gr- eat least, never failed to do ample justice ! time. Pittsburg coal and produce of all tho tobacco growers. The stock subthe ono to tiirkey, the , other to pig's kinds were taken in large quantities on scription books were to be opened in head, as prepared by the hostess of the floated down by the current. New York city, but owing to the ! Ilambleton House. were equipped with side troubles in the money market It was deThese oars, or sweeps, a steering oar and cided to wait until funds became abundIarSc 8tock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles Gold Pens, Silverware, Tableware, Novelties Although the volume of business was gougcr, so as to propel or guido the Hat ant. But as money is not yet plentiful, '1 PjhishjGoods, .Bronze Goods, Chinaware, Glassware, Toys of all kinds, Dolls in endless variety," to bo no prospect that It Fruits ' not very large, the town could and did as circumstances required. A skillful and there seems Candies and Fancv Groceries. k justly claim to havo the very best soci- pilot was required for each boat, or pair will bo for a long time, the suitablo oc.J ety to be found in any place of Its size in of boats, and a crew of ten to twenty casion for taking subscriptions did not Our low prices make these Beautiful Goods all bargains. "'1, the State, and pointed with prido to men, according to the size of tho boat, arrive. : In addition wc will allow every purchaser ofOneTJollar or over, to make a ucs at the Under these circumstances the wareM ' H such prominent citizens as Captain .Too engaged for the trip. A cabin, vfth number have deemed it best to drop mi scaled in an envelope in our Show window, not over four figures will bo rsed, the first Allen, for many years cleik of the coun- bunks for sleeping on, was fitted up housemen person guessing ty court under the old constitution cooking utensils provided and a supply the consolidation. Deeds transferring the right number or the one nearest to it will receive cither a Ladies' or Gent's Gold Filled Watch or 'A when the officers tJf were appointed; of provisions taken on board, in charge the property of the individual warehousea Sewing Machine, as they may select. Envelope will be opened on January 1st, of a regular cook for the crew. Upon men to tho Western Tobacco Association 1891, in the presence of Judges Calhoun and Kinchcloe, Jefferreliable witnesses, and the guesses will be examined and the Gift awarded to the successful son Jennings and Frank Peyton, among arrival at New Orleans, or on the coast had been prewired some time ago, but Beperson. the moat celebrated lawyers of their above, and tho cargo disposed of and they had never been filed. On Tuesday sure anu remumuer tnc place at Wmim day; Col. Alfred Allen, who afterwards the boats sold as old lumber, the men these deeds were indorsed and returned became celebrated as the prosecutor of took deck passage on some of the fine by the president of the Western Tobacco to each warehouseman. Ward, and subsequently was appointed Louisville and New Orleans boata then Association by President Johnson and went as con- running, and of such magnitude was Therefore all the latter are now operatsul to Foochow, China, accompanied by this travel that the boats always made ing in the same old way and will conCrawford McClarty. Ono of the most special efforts to secure it. In traveling tinue to do so, tho Association in the noted personages was Father Taylor, an on steamboats you were scarcely ever meanwhile having gone out of existence. The leaf tobacco sales closed yesterMethodist minister, who out of sight of one of these owned and run ahorse mill and horse 'broadhorn8." The South via New Or- day for tho holidays, and will not bo repower carding machine for a living, and leans was then the only outlet to East- sumed until January 5, this ending tho tJHI1 tobacco year of 1800. Tho total sales preached for the lovo of it, and because ern or foreign markets. Drinkwatcr, GEO. W. SWEARINGEN, Pres. L. O COX, Ca-be felt it his duty to do so. Ho was ex- McFall, Weatherbolt and Patterson wero during the year were 144,637 bogsbeads, pilots, and commanded the largest number on record for this or ceedingly popular with the young folks regular flat-boany other market. Tho nearest approach Cor. Nl.xlli iiikI Main NIh., I.oiiImIIIc, Ky. and was called upon to perform most of good prices for their services. CAPITAL S76O.O0O. to it was mado by Louisvillo "in 1887, the marriage ceremonies in the county SURPLUS, 860,000 DIRECTORS. John Vest, who was clerking for Mrs. when 135,101 hogsheads were sold. Last indeed, a good many would scarcely Wm. P Otttr. K F Hillc, W T Or.nt, C O Strat.r. You will find John C Rnari, C.,rd"ll Wood. Fred Hoerts. I.ncM Bernhcim.W W rWmn,,d Jl, , ro- - hofr. jitnr, enry llroelcmii think they were married unless Father Millett, and bis brother and Fred AVal-te- r year the sales were 135,702 hogsheads. Pays 'merest on Time Depo 3. I Turchate and Sale ol Bonis. Solicits your Uusineat Courier-Journa- l. afterward embarked in the hoop-pol- o Taylor officiated, and the writer "haptrade, and for several years did a pened" to meet him at a number of H Easy expectoration, increased power of such appointments. John Wright, who lively business in thatline in connection the lungs and the enjoyment of rest, are died several years since in Illinois, a with tho grocery business here. the rewards, upon taking Dr. Bull's Cough was a iormcr citizen 01 uiovorport, Everybody who has used it knows Sjrup, to all consumptives.! Of all kinds and Prices. nephew and Mrs. Walter and Mrs. God", that Old Saul's Catarrh is tho standard Cuts, burns and all other wounds, can Clovcrport, are neices of his. Hon. remedy tf of its kind in the market. Price be cured in a short time by the uso of II. D. McIIenry, of Hartford, who reonly 25 cents. Salvation Oil, the greatest cure on earth cently died while a membor of the Wo often wondered what induced Dr. for pain. Prico 25 cents. Convention, married a daugh-- t Bull to invent bis celebrated Baby Syrup, r of Father Taylor's. Other promiif he doesn't keep SAPOLIO in stock. No city store Is Of Every Description. TiuvKMNO through the air in a big nent citizens were John McClarty, the but we undcrtand now, that he was a without it. The great grocers of the country handle no air ship may be rather a novel sight to fiithor of Joe, who represented this married man. PUMPS, the people of this country, but it is another scouring soap because the best housekeepers will county in the Legislature, and of Clinton The Classification of Cities. nounced that a trial trip of this kind is McClarty, who represented the Fourth CROSS-CU- T SA VS, not use cheap imitations which are liable to do damage Under the report of the Committee on to take place within the next three district of Louisville in the Legislature, Municipalities, Louisville having a popfar greater than the little saving in cost. If your store111., to Chicago. weeks from Mt. Carmel, and is now manager of the Clearing ulation of over 100,000, will be the only Tho company which is constructing House at Louisville, Stanley Singleton, city of keeper does not keep SAPOLIO tell him to wake up. If the first class. Covington having these ships to travel through the air MANTLES GRATES, Vivian Daniel, Philip Lightfoot, Charles between 30,000 he offers you something else when you ask for SAPOLIO' and less than 100,000, will havo about completed ono 200 feet in Of Kinds. Ilambleton, Nathan Board and others. bo the only city of the second class. length in which a trial trip is to be tell him tc be wise and deal in genuine goods. . Newport, Lexington and Paducah, hav-jn- g made. If tho scheme proves successful, Agent for Henry Diston & Son, Now we are not blowing Thero were many young ladies of over 10,000 and less than 00,000 will railroads and steamboats will be poor about what we are doing or beauty, culture and refinement, digni- be Saws. Beltinjr, &c., &c. the cities of the third class. property. what .we have in our mamfied and attractive in social circles, Iron Roofing for Sale or put on Danville, Owcnsboro, Maysville, moth "storerooms; we simply among whom were the Misses Calhoun, Frankfort, Bowling The Pulpit and the Stage. Green, Paris, Ilich-monsay tins: Come and see for the building. Also you can get McClarty, Peyton, Kincbeloe, Jennings, Mt. Sterling, Hopkinsville, and Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United yourself, and get our prices. Singleton ant Ilambleton, whom to Henderson, having less anything madc.in the Tin, Copper Single Ctrap than 10,000 and Bretheren Church, Blue Mound, Kan., They will be too great a tempTrack know was to admire. While there exover fl,000, will bo the cities of the fourth says : "I feel it my duty to tell what and Sheet Iron line. tation for you to pass us by. isted the usual little jealousies and class. wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has You will be more than surprejudices between Clovcrport and the Embraced in the fifth class, having done for mo. My Lungs wero badly disprised at the new styles in jEWGuns and Pistols repaired. county seat, it was not permitted to pre less than 3,000 population, will bo Lud eased, and my parishioners thought I In our Fancy Xmas Goods. sent any obstacle to friendship and so- low, West Price, $17. Covington, Bellevue, Dayton, could live only a few weeks. I took five Rocker Department you find Workmanship nnd Finish arc of The cial pleasures, and consequently the Warsaw, Williamstown, Ashland, Win- bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery and he VUMV II EST what you never in your whole voting people especially were thrown chester, Carlisle, Stanford, Nicholasville, am sound and well, gaining 20 lbs. in lifetime have seen, and prices CLOVERPORT, KY. SAVE MONEY KY BUYING DIRECT. much into each other's society. e Mii null you so that all can buy a Holiday Lawrenceburg, Bardstown, Cattlctsburg, weight." Present. up. m ial Harness from Versailles, Springfield, Lancaster, bbK .1a aaH Arthur Love, Manager of Love's Funny The roads of tho county were in very Road Carts from S0.5O up. London, Shclbyville, Alexan FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. "After a Folks Combination, writes: bad condition and in this regard the dria, Somerset, Georgetown, Paris, 8END FOR OATALOQUE. thorough trial and convincing ovidence, I bare a farm of 130 acres, all mllet below improvement generally has not been Urandenbarg, on the Ohio river, with two Louisa, Mayfield. DisA0ME MANUPAOTUBING 00. I am confident that Dr. King's New very marked to this day that from good bouses and barns on the farm. The NDIANAPOLIS, IND. covery for Consumption beata 'em all, land is all situated in river bottom and very Hardinsburg to Clovcrport being perFrom Nature's Storehouse productive. Persons desiring information in and cures when everything elms fails. haps the worst continuous ten miles in Conies all the component parts of S. S. retard to terms, will please write to me We have the best and finest the county, and during winter and S. There is no chemical nor anything The greatest kindness I can do my many ISAAC J. MELTON, trade in the South, and among spring at times almost impassable. Yet which comes from the chemist's sbop Such thousand friends is to urgo them to Drandenburg, Ky. the best people; that will exover this road planters would manago to contained in it. S. S. S. is therefore a try it. Free trial bottles at G. W. Short's, plain for itself fine goods ftituir Hula fortune! liar rrtnniidtfct bring their tobacco to market, many of a perfectly safe and harmless remedy, Clovcrport, Ky., and J. A. Witt's, Harwuilc fur ua, by Amm lVr Auiiln, makes fine trade, and makes dinsburg, Ky. Regular size 50c. and 1.00 iiaa, aim jito. lionn. joiruo, iraw. them camping out on the way and in yet so powerful is it that it has never failtea cut. Oiheraaradulugaawell.Wh it necessary for us to keep the It it at pleaiant to the taste as lomon mom lli, Yftii ranilu th work and lift regardless of tho weather. The ed to euro Blood Poison. It always town, syrnp. best, largest and finest variety Ul hum, trlirrrvrr yu are. Ken With Hill and Cleveland both in tho The smallest infant will take it and aro mill; famlrifr from f t subsequent building of tho turnpike cures Scrofula, if taken before some vital of Household Goods you ever never know it is medicine. ring, the National Convention of '02 vmaiiiiy.Aiiafrta. nemow yoanow and atari yu, Ian work hi irotIm road, rough though it be, and at a cost part is so seriously impaired as to render Children cry for it. Never fails to selected from. lima. I He mnay for would bo a warm one. Both are intelif alt Iil allure unknown ainona; work enre. far greater than it should havo been, a cure impossible. It relieves Mercurial rr. and wMKlarftit. 1'artlruUrathtin. KV frta Chills onee broken will not retnm. lectual giants, sound politicians and pure was a tardy remedy in part for the evil Rheumatism, and cures all sorts of ErupII.IIiilleil.tr 'n., ItiivHHOl'ortlitml.M'uliit Tost you only half the price of other men ; and while the ono has a seeming Chill Tonics. so long existing, and it is much to the tions, Pimples, Blotches, etc, by elimin No quinine needed. Ko purgative advantage in the record of their native detriment of the business interests of ating tho poison from tho blood. S. S. S. TAKEN UP; needed. two years ago, the other is identiContains no poison. Cheaper than the town and county that others have has cured thousands of cases of Skin State Taken up as an astray by Jesse F. Lewis, fied with tho issues of the day and enANlJ qninine. not been made. living three miles south east of Hardinsburg, Cancer, and many cases of Scirrhus Can- deared to the advocates of tariff reform It purifies the blood and removes all in Breckenridge county, Ky., onjtbe 1st "day malarial poison from the system, cer. It is not experiment to take S. S. by his celebrated "tariff" message," ono of December, 1800, one black te'er, two years GET YOUR PRESENTS. It is as large as any dollar tonio an' Stephensport, the only other shipping old, marked with swallowfurk in the right of tho grandest papers over written. On RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. ear and hole In left car and supposed to weigh point in the county, was ahoutfas inacTreatiso on Blood and Skin Diseases the other sido there will bo no strife in We will give to any one 600 pounds, but having no other marks and cessible, on account of bad roads, as mailed free. ' 'HJi9 JSJJJJJJJJJJJ which I have appraised at tie value of $12.00 bringing this advertisement cSrSFfe''i! tho Convention. In all America the this December 1st, 1890. Clovcrport, and the location of the latwith them a handsome PicThe Swift Si'KciKicCp., Atlanta, Ga. g. o. p. can find but ono man for tho B. 0. 0. F. BLACK, J. P. it! Com tsa villi, Una., Doc. 12, 188S. ter, together with other important adture Frame or a Fancy Wall nomination, James G. Blaine, tho man uarjiciHi 1.0., rar i jcdd.i The news comes from Scotland that vantages, gave it decidedly the preferPirate tend ma thrra Joitn f your Grore'i Taita Pocket, with a purchase of who mado himself celebrated by not I wti ttlrufd wlibt lesa Chill Tonic Joi from jou Fcantta earned at our KKWllna of work, George O. Barnes, the renowned Ken The pcopl wtrt delta hud with It. i laat ummt-rence. FIVE DOLLARS WORTH of tMiy and liuiturablr. by tlioa iltrlr "getting there" in 1881. tout Chill to aoma children who wtra lva and iwanhj Tonioemaciated, baring ha4 chrooto vtilitr tounaur old, ami lit tucky evangelist, is in immediate want. pala and llfr.Aujr obllli for rooQtba pat, oca of them for year, ao4 aar to Irani. oiia i an do lb w urk. within true wreka alter beginning with tha Chill Epoch. Wa furnUharrrrlhlnar.Wa atari tou. No riak. lou ran davota Holt's Itottoin had not improved and In a letter from Inverness, Scotland, he TodIo they were half and heaMjwUh red and to your pi ra nniuuia, oraltyVurtlma to ilia work, llila la an Ctuvka II arlad Ilka abarm, nil rely iiw knd,aii'l briupi ouderful aurceaa tt rrtrjr workar. The transition from long, lingering and VT, tf. 8TLX30N, 11. P. settled up to any extent. Daniel Steph- tells a touching story of his Bufferings Brfdiintraara earning from tti to SO pr week and upwarda, nd nioraanr)llllf iirinc. aran furnUli youtht m- -' a largo body of land for want of proper and sufficient sub- painful sickness to robust health marks ens, who owned lOU a A LIS UY rtnrtiland Irarh rm aUkK. Ko ana lo ftplaln bar. Pull Slack & Co., nation HlfckU VitUlStftS CO., ilUlbTA, JtlUK. somo sistence and clothing suitablo to the dis- an epoch in the lifo of tho individual, here, then lived at the cross-roadIbcJ- - --Ew9 agreeably cold weather prevailing there. a remarkable event is treasured in the distance lrom Hardinsburg, and shortly Besides being in debt 200, Evangelist memory, and the agency whorcby tho afterward erected a handsome brick resiCLOVERPQRT, KY 219, 221, 223, 225 and 227 dence adjoining Thomas Holt's farm, Karnes is reduced in flesh to the extent good health has been attained is grateLQSTorFAILmO MANHOOD! of many pounds. For fully blessed. Hence it is that so much vherc ho died some years since. No OimtrsUndNEHVOUS DEBILITY! W. Jefferson Street. is heard in praise of Electric Bitters. So Wetiaeuof UodymdMlnd, Effects mad had been opened from Clovcrport llofErrorl orExMtiulaOldorYauiir. Dr. Aoker's English Pills many feel they owe their restoration to Ktliul, ei ntMIOOD fall! Wnlor.d. Ho t. ulim m.J ! to that locality, the peoplo relying upon Are active, S(r...U.m(lk,UNDITlLLOPHDOIt(u9riKTBOrilODr. effective and pure. For sick health, to the uso of the Great Alterative f.lll.f IIOXU ". HHTaH.T-ll..ib.olal.lr I. .;. the river for getting to market, or a very headache, disordered Writ. BUl.t ul and Tonic. If you are troubled with Sh Intll rram 60.spUatUan f.nlta Ua.trl... (araLd)Ik.aw stomach, loss of aa4 proofa aaalkJ DtMriptl. Bftftl, fraa. disease of tho Kidneys, Liver and poor road over the hill to Stephensport. lMnu ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO N. Y. appetite, bad complexion and bilious- any Stomach, of long or short standing, you ness, tlioy havo never been equaled, will surely find relief by use of Electric SSB5 p. Furniture in Quito a business along tho river was either in America or abroad. For Palo Bitters. Sold at 50c. and 1 per bottle at saHSsVBnSHsBHsSBMHHBSSOiaaaaaa.' G. W. Short's, Clovorport, Ky., and J, d and delivering it to byG. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and cutting endless varie- rfiwJS .aanBBBBVBBBBBBBHBH A. Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. wood yards situated at convenient points Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. jftVwaV klBnBBBBsVBBBBBHBnVnBllBBT ty. I am now whero wood Hats or boats wero loaded, Sexatou Infills is trying to steal a Tho Behring sea contention is iiRsum-in- g and from these (lata steamboats obtained Kansas by ignoringtho bnok at my old senatorship in an ugly face. Our Government will their supply of fuel, taking the flats in Acpeople and tho Stato Constitution. stand and re tow when going up stream to prevent de- decline arbitration upon the terms pro- cording to tho votes and the law, be canlay," a man accompanying them, and posed by England, and President Harrispcctfully solicit not bo elected. when 'Unloaded tho wood was paid for son is preparing a messago in which Contho patronage o iF-i-- Jl ? The First Symptoms of Death. and the boats turned adrift in charge of gress will be asked whether wo will the public. tho man, who steered by means of oars maintain the rights we claim, and if so, Tired feeling, dull hcadacho, pains In and landed them at the wood yard to be where tho cruisers with which to do it various parts of tho body, sinking at the again loaded ready for tho next steamer. are to come from. pit of tho stomach, loss of appetite, Caatoria lm Dr. SaWl Fltolier'a old, harmless rh4 quick care for Down-streaboats would round in and feverishness, pimples or sores, are all Iafaata' aad CkllArea's) Complaint, gugarior to Qua tor Oil, If "C. 0.0. Certain Cough Cure," is fay alongside to take the wood on. positive evidence of poisoned blood. Paregoric er Karootlo Syrapa. Children cry far Caatoria. Mil- not the best remedy you havo ever used Theso opcrations'wero called "wooding," liana of ttfotkera bleu Caatoria. No matter" how it became poisoned it fo Coughs and Colds your .money will and tho prico paid was $1.50 to $2.50 per must be purified to avoid death. Dr. Honest Goods. Fair Dealing. . Honest Prices. bo refunded. Sold by J. AV, Owen. Caatoria cure Colic, Constipation ; "I recommend Costoria for children' cord. Ijirgo boats, such as tho Genera Aekcr's English Blood Elixir has never complaint, as superior to any prescription 6our Stomach, Diarrhuia, Eructation J IL A. Abcheb. M. D.. known to me." aires healthy sleep ! also aid digestion L. Shotwell, "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," tho fulled to romovo scrofulous or syphilitic LaFayette, Diana, A, 2ML- 111 Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N.Y. Without narcotic stupefaction. Eclipse, and boats of that class, would most pleasant to tako of nil Fever and poison. Sold under a positive guarantee 77 Murrajr EL, New York. fat CaHTioa Coktaxt, take twenty to forty cords at ono wood- Ague Romedics. Warranted to cure by G. AV. Short, Clovorport, Ky., and IF you want Queensware at roduced prices, call on JOHN D. BABBAGE. ing. Very littlo coal was then to be bad Chills and Fever. Sold by J W, Owen. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky, Louisville and New Orleans, and wood yards were kept up all along the Mississippi river. The rpl... I III? Western Tobacco Association Dissolved. , If' V trading lr,i,l..n lunvni THE SENSATION OF TI it -- Be sure and see MI i OUR HOLIDAY STOCK A Glimpse of V .; ;,,.,! For all kinds of At all kinds of Fairy Land Appropriate Gifts or Big or Small flat-boat- s, flat-boa- ts We are pleasing them all ?! t.jA - . .'I' - IF- - s 3ST- - Double Store Room, ID'HZXJ'X" h3 7 -- CLOVERPOET, KY. al UNION NATIONAL BANK JUST HOUSE. THE STOVES YOUR STOREKEEPER PLACE HARDWARE is behind the age FOR -- Old Stand - By's X MA I FLUE TILING, GOODS. $ V all It pays to have the best. d, HARNESS. J. I. MILLER, V y' "Tgr" i V at $6.00 THE BON TONS. GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC )fc)tWm fjtM.yjl Call and See Us, V MONEY &e iff1 'PI '9i9Baaa9aV A -W A R It A N T E D r rn . Pifa, tr'ISIEil hi: FOR MEN ONLY! BI. Louisville, Ky. HERE WE AHE AGAIlT V cord-woo- What is mk l'W Mil GASTORIA 1 Te-i- h m FURNITURE, UNDERTAKER, jnjLJisr. sua