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'Style, symmetry nud beauty Ir an advertisement always attrac. attention.' That is what you gi in the columns of the Ilrcckenridgi. News. VOL. XV. Lodiburg Lodge, No. 4814. Concluded. I slmll now attempt, nnd it will be but an attempt, to tell you something about tho Stnto House nt SpringHcld. Never Baw I grandeur or magnificence till I saw that building. I lmvO rend in books of costly houses, of royal palnces nnd stately mansions, fit plnccs for tho dwelling of princes, kings nnd tho roynlty of enrth, but I never fully realized tho menning or forco of such words till I found myself surrounded by tho dazzling splendor of tho capitol of Illinois. Tho building with the grounds that surround it occupies one square, nnd the ground has been so graded thnt it stnnds in every direction from the base of tho building. The outside walls aro almost ontirely of while tho inside walls gray their lnrge panels, immense colwith umns, broad stairways and high arches aro composed exclusively of marblo of the rarest kinds, and of many different colors. These walls aro ndorned with costly pnintings, many of which portray thrilling scenes of early frontier life. Around tho base of the dome about tho third floor, aro stationed many lifelike statues of tho most noted men of tho State and nation. There is a large hall set apart for the collection of various things of interest, stones of different kinds, ores of every description from perhaps every county in the State of Illinois, from every Slate in tho Union, and from al most every country on the face of the globe are there, each one bearing a label, giving name of article, by whom presented, and where from. In there aro snakes of every inscription, from the little harmless green snako to the largest deadly rattler, all preserved in alcohol, and looking as natural ns ifnlive. Birds of every kind imaginable, from the smallest sparrow to tho largest graceful swan that ever honored the northern lakes stuffwith its presence, all en- ugh to be frightened ed, and natural nt tho appearance of man. Bugs from the smallest winged insects from the aggravating mosquito which disturbs so much our peaceful slumbers, to the large and beautiful spotted winged butterfly that we sometimes see, which aro hatched by tho sun from tho largo silkworms foundso extensively on ournative mulberry and sassefras bushes. There are animals of all kinds innumerable, from the smallest ground squirrel to the large American buffalo, that were once so numerous on the western plnins, but which, I am sorry to say, aro fast becoming an extinct species of animals. There is a large grizzly bear standing erect with open mouth and arms extended, as if wishing to get within his embrace some member of tho human family on whom he might wreak his vengeance by hugging his victim till the bruised and blackened body would fall lifeless from his dutch. I saw there tho bones of a mastodon, a species of animals long extinct, but which arc supposed to have resembled the elephant of our day, except that they were many times larger. These bones had been dug from the earth somewhere in the State of Illinois, which clearly proves that ages ago this country was inhabited by animnls, nnd perhnps people, no account of which has been handed down by history or tradition. I saw there Indian relics of every conceivable description arrow heads, and pestles of stone spoons, battle-axestono with which they used to grind, in their uncivilized and barbarous way, the corn from which they made their bread. In fact, one can see there specimens of nearly everything thnt creeps, crawls, swims, flies or walks, and curiosities innumerable from the mineral world. I wish I had the ability to express to you in language tho splendor and of tho Representative hall and the Senate chamber of that grand building, but words aro too weak to portray it, so I shall close my remarks on that subject by adding that with what I have already told you, and the fact that the cost of the building was considered cheap at $0,000,000, you may form some idea of its wealth of grandeur; and I shall also add that if any of you are ever near Springfield, don't fail to go to that city and visit tho State IIouso and tho Lincoln monument. The General Assembly that I went to Springfield to attend, began its work by coming to order in ono of tho rooms of the State IIouso at 2 o'clock Tuesday evening. Tho Assembly was opened by singing and prayer, after which the president delivered a brief but eloquent address, congratulating the brotherhood on tho work that had been done and tho progress that had been made during tho past year, and counseling mutual forbearanco, harmony and unity, and expressing high hopes for tho future. They then proceeded to business, but it would bo useless for mo to attempt to enter into tho details of tho business transacted there. Even if my memory served mo correctly, it would tako too much time to relnto it. About ono of the first things they did was to appoint all committees, and unfortunately I was one of tho committee on laws, which necessitated my absence from tho Assembly all day "Wednesday and "Wednesday night. Perhaps one of tho most important changes made was tho provision in tho constitution for tho admission of both sexes nbovo the ago of eighteen years, and strango to say, about tho only argument produced in favor of this change was on tho grounds of right and justice, but fow claiming that the admission of ladies would bo of special benefit to tho Association. speeches were Many good, made, and it was impossible for one to bo thero without feeling that ho had lime-stone, d, s, mag-nificen- co soul-stirrin- CLMBI9P-Ty - TasK ) - Jr rv & KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1891. qualifying ourselves as never before to ORCHARD AKD GARDEN. perform tho part that is our right in the affairs of our nation. Kindred associaITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST TO tions aro at work with us, aro gathering AMERICAN HORTICULTURISTS. the farmers into their equally efficient schools, and thero is hopo for tho oppressed Bons and daughters of labor. A tievr uml Quito Distinct Qulnco Tlint Promises to De a Decided Acquisition Let us trust that thero may bo unity of to"the Present Small List of Vnrletles action from ocean to ocean and from of This Frua. lako to gulf. Let us hopo and trust that Tho Fuller quince, hero depicted, and we may sen in tho not far distant futuro a happy day when there will bo a giand named in honor of Mr. A. S. Fuller, the combination of all tho farm and labor well known horticulturist, has been organizations of tho great republic which shall bring right out of wrong, and place justico where injustice has been enthroned, and save this latest and best eflbrtof humanity for Then, my dear brothers, in conclusion say, let us stand by each other, throw aside all selfish thoughts and motives, work together, bear our burdens and our sorrows together, and rejoice together, remembering that what "is good for ono is good for all, and what is detrimental to the interests of ono is detrimental to tho interests of all. Let us stand by our organization do, and assist" in doing, everything wo can for tho purpose of pushing forward tho work of reformation. Let us put our shoulder to the wheel and know that every timo we turn it over it will bo like the rolling snowball grow larger and larger until at last it will reach from Maine to California, from tho great lakes to the Gulf of Mexico, will shako this grand old nation from center to circumference, and cause such a revolution as has not been known since the days of Washington. A. M. Hammx. Dec. 5, 1890. NO. 24, SW 37 lbs. Of Flour and 10 lbs. of Bran is what we give in exchange for 60 lbs. of No. 1 wheat For 60 lbs. No. 2 we give 35 to 36 lbs. and 10 lbs. of Bran. For 60 lbs. No 3 we give 33 to 34 lbs. and 10 lbs. of Bran. The quality of Flour we give was I this section. s never equaled in We take grain off the cars and load it on again and pay freight one way when sent by rail. You can't find a Mill that is doing as well in QUALITY Nor any better in YIELD. Trv Us IRVINGTON, KY. ISXm&iihdESEi Irfttiffitfiiifrl WHAT SCOTT'S CONSUMPTION SCROFULA COUGHS COLDS I Wasting BRONCHITIS Diseases Wonderful Flesh Producer. Scott's Emulsion is not a Bccret remedy. It contains tho stimulating properties of the Hypophos-phite- s and pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, tho potency of both being largely increased. It is used by Physicians all over tho world. per day by its use. Many havo gained one pound PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all Druggists. SCOTT & BOWNK, Chemists, N.Y. tam FRUIT --TRE- ES 100.000 Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherry, &c. Full line of small Fruits for Fall 1890. Writo for special prices on lots. It will pay you to buy your trees at home. All stock warranted true to name. W. S. ASHBY. CL0VERP0RT, KY. M " mrntltw enrcs JAvtr Complaint, munuM Affections ami Costlvenet. At drmtBlsts. PricoSScts. SALVATION OIL vs Relieves quickly Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago, Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, Price only 25 cents Sold by alt druggists.) Burns, Scalds, Sores, Backache, nl hir ir, ac jre &o. ItCrSb 9C000.00 a year I being mlo by Jhn R, U(H)dHlnt'lrwy,NY.,BlMoik fur us. lUmltr, ruak M much, but no nmy pmcIi ytMiijtilikty itirern from (ft lo 1U itny at tltttarttnJ ruuia youfo a. m any pin i an on. Ht'lii AmrrUa.ruu tan cvimurtico at licuit, rlr momenta only tc lug all jour itmt.tr tbe work. All U new. (.real ay fiUttCfpr e ttart you, furnUhlnr trrry vrorktr. di tr.iMLi laamtti. vrmninr. 1'AKriCULAUS HIKE. Addrtae at once. rn r.Diii. g bu.Mu: to., rouiuau, SLmtv Fine underwear nt BnbbngcVi, been benefi1tCTI!w!aWlafd it was as equally i niposallMiioTeyo bo thereto hear tho eloqueinrspecches in favor of laws for bettering tho condition of tho fanning and laboring clnss of people to see tho enthusiasm manifested by thoso whojuavo been longer in tho cause than wSffji see and to hear the deep, solid, d wisdom and judgment of tho PWF assembled thero who representedabwt 125,000 voters in tho State of Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas and Kentucky to hear tho reading of their wiso resolutions which, if carried out, all must acknowledge would bo of inestimable valuo to tho farmers and laborers all over this great nation of ours without feeling and knowing that wo aro fast becoming a power that will nnd make itself heard at tho ballot-boit in our Legislatures and in tho through halls of Congress in a way that will mean death to all trusts and monopolies, death to all class legislation in fact, death to all existing laws that aro detrimental to the best interests and welfare of tho majority of tho people, and which aro at present dividing this old republic into two classes, rich and poor, plutocrats and slaves, and causing it to merge as fast as it can into a second Ireland. Yes, my brothers, we aro fast becoming a power that will make itself heard in a way that will cause to bo substituted, for all these oppressive laws, laws thnt will preserve this nntion, mnk-in- g its people as pure and free and happy and prosperous as God and our fore fathers intended it should bo ; laws that will protect the poor as well as tho rich ; laws that will secure "equal and exact justico to all, and special privileges and immunities to none." But we must not think, my dear brothers, that this organization will be tho salvation of the farmer regardless of everything' else. "Wo must not think that all wo have to do is to elect a few men, get a few of the present oppressive laws repealed nnd better ones enncted in their stead, and then we can sit down with folded hands and dream our lives away. "While our work as members of this Association is a grand work a work to which we should give our most earne&t thoughts and our most hearty support, we must at tho same time remember that our farms are to be cultivated, the seed must be sown and tho crops harvested, and we should be alive to our interests in that respect, devising means to produce the best results, raising thoso crops to which our soil is best adapted, and then finding tho best market nfter tho crop is mntured. "We should bo economical to that degree that will bring our expenditures within our income, never, however, letting our economy merge into stinginess, but being as liberal at all times as our circumstances will permit, remembering that "ho that hath charity will be rewarded in the world which is to come." Brethren, the Farmers' Mutual Benefit Association, although very extensive, is not the only organization of its kind ; there are many others, each one of which has its own peculiar laws and usages, but all of which aro combined in tho great work of reform that is steadily going on ; all of them havo their guns pointed in the same direction, and every gun is loaded with tho same kind of ammunition. Why, our General Assembly appointed a committeo to meet the National Alliance and Industrial Union which convenes at Ocala, Florida, this week, to confer upon this very question of unity of action, and tho same committee will also meet the National Alliance at Omaha, Nebraska, for tho same purpose. .Farmers everywhere aro beginning to realize their power, and propose to make that power felt, and are as fast as possible closing up tho ranks, and God grant to let the good work go on. It ought to bo gratifying to us to know that the growth of tho F. M. B. A. has been greater in the past year than in all tho previous years of its existence, and it is reasonable to supposo that the growth of kindred organizations has been equally as great as that of our own. "We aro reaching out, my brothers, until thero is scarcely a Stato in the union but what is being organized by somo of theso labor organizations, and these samo organizations have done more, and aro still doing more, to wipe out all'sec-tionanimosity, to bring tho people of tho North and tho South into a closer union, a more holy sympathy, and a clearer and more perfect understanding of each other's motives and principles, than everything elso has done since the days pf tho great rebellion. "Wo can bco proof of this in our own County, and oven in our own lodge. Wo see thoso persons who were wont to. discuss political questions in a partisan spirit, with angry countenance and embittered feelings, can now discuss thoso samo questions in a calm, quiet way, without the least thought of hanl, harsh feelings, knowing and feeling within their hearts that wo aro all brpthors, united in a common cause, and that whether wo sink or whether wo swim, wo must all go together, all share tho samo fato if defeat should overtake its, nnd all rejoico togethor if victory should crown our earnest efforts. Yps, my brothers, tho last fow years have revealed to us many things that before were purposely kept from us ; tho farmers aro becoming educated on tho subject of politics; "they havo learned within tho last fow years as they never did before, nnd they aro freer from partisan thralldom than they have been since the startling echoes of 1801 made partisans of its all. "Wo arc learning to know each other better. We aro studying public events with a clearer mind and freer from prejudice. Wo are x, al I ask for your patronage and propose to give you in return full value for SOLID TRUTHS! EVERY DOLLAR Left at my store. Therefore I call your attention to my new and handsome line of Goods, consisting of FARM IMPLEMENTS Such as 1 EMPIRE DRILLS, OLD HICKORY WAGONS SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS, AVERY, MEIKLE & URA CLIPPER STEEL PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVELS, SHOP MADE SINGLE SHOVELS, I will Wm n And a full line of Plow and Machine repairs, Wagon Material, Iron o all kinds, Shingles, Doors, Sanhand a full line of Hardware, Lime Sal'' ' and Cement, Brick and Tiling for flues and drainage, comer: Tho Fuller quince is exceedingly large; in shape it iS pyriform, with a small neck, sometimes ridged and with a deep and wide basin. It is of a golden yellow color, which it assumes early in the season, and its flesh is tender and fine flavored. It has a delicious perfumo and is said, when cooked, to bo superior in flavor and tenderness t all other quinces. Plowcrs Tor Easter. In his essny on flowers for Easter delivered before tho florists' convention, James Dean, of Bay Ridge, N. Y., made thq following statements: Fully of tho lilies now forced aro Harrisii or Bermuda; this sort is far the most profitable to grow. It can bo forced at a higher temperature than others, whilo if two weeks before tho flowers open tho plants are removed to a temperature of CO degs. at night, with liberal air during the day, tho blooms will be firm, and nearly doublo tho flowers can be cnt. Azaleas come second in importance. During tho winter 40 degs. will do for a night temperature with liberal air until two months before Easter; if this holiday comes in March, 65 degs. must bo given; if in April, CO degs. will be sufficient. Such lato sorts as Souvenir do Prince, Albert, Louisa Peynart, Leonie Van Houtte and Souvenir do Prince Albert Alba should bo placed in heat two weeks earlier. Bulbs for Easter include Dutch hyacinths and tulips, mostly doublo; narcissus and lily of tho valley. As to tho cultivation of tho latter in pots, plant fifteen pips in five inch pots twenty-ondays before Easter and place them in the dark in a warm green house for two weeks. Then give them light and air to secure foliage of a natural color and hardier flowers. three-fourths and pipe, and a full lino of Tinware. Water Drawers and Pumps Grass and Clover Seed of all kinds. Trunks, Buggies, Road Cartt, Phaetons and Spring Wagons. J. B. JONES' PURE RAW BONE MEAL. paid for Country Produce, such as Hides, Feathers, Eggs, &c. My house is situated on Srminary Street, opposite Public Aa TUE FULLER QUINCE. fruited now for several years and promEverything new and good quality, and selected with the view of pleasises to become a valuable addition to tho ing all, as I am working for trade my best endeavors will be to Save quince list. Money for all who favor me with their patronage. Orchard and Garden says of this new COOK AND HEATING STOVES Farmers' Supply House, Hardinsburg, Ky. L. D. ADDISON'S ADDISON, KY.' la the place to buy SEWING MACHINE for less money than any other place In the country The machines I sell are equal to any that agents charge from $35 to $50 for: I guarantee them to bo what I say or no trade. Agents 1 My wife had been a sufferer for some time with pain in tho back; Salvation Oil was freely used and I am glad to say my wife y sutlers no pain. W. B. Couxsa, Baltimore, Md. to-da- In colds of great obstinacy and hacking chronic coughs use Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, tho favorite. They Cuilliln'tt See thu .In . y Transplanting Evergreens. Many directions aro given and requisMany novelties will bo added to the variety of its contents during ites laid down each season for tho trans- the year 1891, and nothing will be left undone to please and gratify its planting of evergreens. Country Gentleman gives this rule, which has been subscribers. successfully applied in many cases: "Tako up enough earth with tho roots to ITS SPECIALTIES FOR 1891 WILL BE o hold the tree erect when set on tho ORIGINAL ARTICLES ON PRACTICAL FARMING AND GARDENING. of tho ground." Observe this rulo SERIALS AND SHORT STORIES BY THE BEST AUTHORS. complies with tho requisites usually WOMAN'S WORK AND WOMAN'S LEISURE. quoted at length. Tho sun's rays cannot GEMS OF LITERATURE AND ART. reach tho roots nor tho air touch them; ORIGINAL FLASHES OF WIT AND HUMOR. tho moisture does not leavo them for a moment; tho soil is already prepared As O tilers See Us. and remains fitted on them. Answers to Correspondents Promptly and Fully Made. With this mode of treatment yonng A funny story is told at tho expense of Sir Richard Moon, chairman of the board trees may be removed at any time of the of directors of tho London and North- year, and without difficulty always western Railway company. Sir Richard when they aro dormant. EVERY FROM SECTION THE LSTEST NEWS THE OF GLOBE, is ono of tho most energetic railway magnates known, and i3 tho terGrapo Culture. ror of tho employes of tho company, Somo varieties of grapes have tho abilfor they nover know when ho is about ity to withstand the abuse of overbearing Address, JAMES GORDON BENNETT, 1 to pounce upon them. He makes a' point for a timo, but all will succumb if it is NEW YORK HERALD, New York City. of visiting every station on the line at persisted in. The variety most likely to least once a year, and has an odd habit overbear is tho Delaware. Vines apparof overhauling the" books and accounts ently in perfect health (which had overDo not fait to Subtcribe now for tlio of Btation masters at inconvenient times. borne tho previous year) suddenly gavo ONLY ONE DOLLAR A Y2AR, NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD. He knows the price of everything, and out, tho leaves fell, and the fruit never is said to have rowed an unfortunate ripened. It takes them two or three freight agent for giving too much for a years to recover. Concord will not show overtaxing so soon. Tho best paying, the packet of carpet tacks. Ono day he dropped in at Crewe station earliest and the poorest is tho Champion. Headquarters for about 5 a, m. and saw a couple of porters New York Farmers' Institute. OF 'hard at work cleaning up things generDrainage for Orchards. ally. Sir Richard was delighted. "This Wet feet will produco heart disease in is the right way, men," he exclaimed. "I like to seo such painstaking industry the apple tree as certainly as the miasma Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich begun so bright nnd early in tho morn- of the swamp produces aguo in man, igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil ' ing." "Industry bo blowedl" said the only it may tako a littlo longer time. man addressed tartly, who of course did Capital Stock $25,000. by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, not know who tho fussy old gentleman Things That Aro Told. was, "We don't commence work at this All over the country Ben Davis meets B. F. BEARD, Prostdent. & unearthly hour, but we've just heard with criticism as to its quality, yet it is WIliL MITjT.GR, Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring alM. II. BEARD, Cashier. that old nuisance, Moon, is on the road undoubtedly the leading commercial ways kept on hand. Orders acsomewhere and we'ro getting ready in of tho United States. a. W. BEARD case the old hunks should drop in on us companied by cash promptDirector. It is said that tho process of dyeing MORRIS ESKRIDQE unexpected' In justice to Sir Richard roses is becoming a remunerative branch R. M. JOLLY. ly filled. bo it said ho took no notice of the opproOf tho industry with English horticulbrious remarks, but quietly slipped away turists. fS3SSSS8Si INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS, and gavo tho men tho y that time. Among Russian apples Alexander, Philadelphia Inquirer. jiiiBA Red Astrakhan and Oldenburg are rUKr$Lm jfe.4Bfe rated high upon the American He Had a Wife lit Homo. society's select list of 800 va&!tmiv!fa "I have a little Bible at home," said 4Pb3J0P the bad man, "that in 1808 I wrested rieties. To euro Biliousness, Sick Headache, Coast! Somo of tho Asiatic barberries havo from a Sunday school cluss of nineteen. lotion, Malaria, Liver Complaints, tako I haven't opened it since, and It is as stood tho heat and drought in a surpristho safe and certain remedy, ing way. clean as the day I got it." new and SMITH'S "Bring it down oome day; I'd like to T. H. Hoskins classes us very good seo it," said his friend carelessly. . 1U7 iUfjPJPjK a transparent, mw dessert apples tho yellow The next day the bad man camo into Switzer, Longfield, golden white, auhis friend's office, and, throwing a little, tumn streaked, Zolotoreff , Titus, Popoff half wornout book on tho desk, ho said: ,and prolific sweeting, and theso are not Vho tho HMAIXSUeftOMtleDeanstothe "Thero she is, old man, hut I was a only very good but they aro also large, bottlo). THEV AUB TUB HOST CONYBHIEMT. little wrong about its condition." somo of productive and attractive nil. per Sultuble -Vrtcc of cither size, 25c. J.Ktm. JBettlc. "I should say so," said tho other; "how them strikingly beautiful. does it happen that this littlo book is so m ixxiMKATf-if-fUp'ANr- it The best timo for planting evergreen Z5. badly worn, when yon thought it was trees is in tho spring before they start to "tfBlMMil4fort.(eopprrUmp). v r.awii i ii iu.ucrio"jHutajuLN3. 3 1.10915 M& CHILL clean and all right at home?" planting degrow. Tho best timo for CHEAPEST MEDICINE MOWN wmmmmmmmmMMmmmmmmmm "Well," said tho bad man, and his ciduous trees is during tho autumn and QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. CONSIDERING voice was a bit husky, "the truth of tho early spring. ! tmdcrUk lo WUfl A. YEA It otritm IT wiud tiny iulrly Intelllftut prrtouof tlitur matter is I'vo got u littlo wife up at the DYSPEPSIA, BILIOUSNESS, Mho tin rtad and writ, tud who, fttr (attraction, ll work Indutrtoutly, house and a couple of young ones. They AMD CHBONIO CONSTIPATION. la earn Tbr TheiuAaJ bIIra A Girl With a Level Head. oar lo their own local! tUa.whtrcvtr thav llva.1 will ala fon.Uk sometimes rummage through my things." th alluatlon orm.lojmtnt,at which can tarn that amount. C. C. MARTIN, "Where are you going, my pretty raaldl" Frank Leslie's. So luoutr fur ma unlau tucctatfel ai athv, Eatllv and quick (tamed. I dt itra tut ono worker from each dlitricl or county-- It DRUGGIST going the said. sir," "I'm bava already taug bt and r,"tdtd wtetaienipIoymcBt a Um uumbtr, who art making ortr 43000 Tear aarb. Il'a NW NCXT DOOR BELOW f OST OFFICE. Two packaues of Prof. Koch's lymph "Do you know the best place to go?" aeked he ; W1 .0Jl!,;,Ku,, C'lculareFXt:K. AddrwaatoncI, Ky i:, t', Cloverport, llux 410, Aiitfiu, Mulutt "1 go where they advertise," quoth the. arrived in New York recently. sur-fac- Three members of tho Episcopal congress sat in h corner of tho Lafayette writing room talking: over some impnr tant subject. All wero men ranging from 50 to 05 years, all were dressed in black, and tho face of each wore a look of intense interest. Thoso who noticed theso gentlemen were aware ttiat they were discussing some important church question, and nobody heard what they said but one young man who appeared to have fallen asleep in a chair near by. As he hnlf opened his eyes the western bishop gravely said: "Gentlemen, I wish to ask a question." Tho others drew nearer as tho bishop, carefully adjusting his spectacles, continued: "Gentlemen, why is grim death like a tin can tied to n dog's tail?" A silence ensued. The two clergymen thus addressed mused for a while and then shook their heads. "Give it up," they said. A grim smile spread over tho bishop's face as he added, "Grim death is like a tin can tied to a dog's tail because it's bound to a pup." Then ho burst into a roar of laughter, and the others made feeble efforts to join him and appreciate tho joke. Lato that ovening the three met again in the Lafayetto corridor, and tho bishop, a little embarrassed; said: "Gentlemen, I told that story wrong this afternoon. What I really meant was this: Grim death is liko a tin can tied to a dog's tail because it's bound to occur not to a pup." The others laughed this trip. Philadelphia Press. will say the machine is no account, because the large difference in our prices, but I figure on this as on everything I handle, cut h as low as it can be cut. "My Motto" quick sales and small profit. Two drawer droplef Singer Sewing Machines low arm, with all attachments. $16,50 Five drawer dropleaf Singer Sewing Machines, high arm, with all attachments $19.51' Send me a check or the money by register lettor, and I will ship you a machine to anj part of tho country. Respectfully, L. D. ADDISON, Mi Addison, Ky. . 1891 .A.T 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. o BANK GREGORY & CO., HAKDINSBUM Reapers and Mowers, Pine Poplar Shingles np-p- le go-b- Pomo-logic- al lisk ( W&w KhM &VJKSMF THE BEST BILE BEANS lor a; 9Xr LIVER w MEDICINE CURE. iranniiiiA ia 1 also 3000i V i who knew of nothing different from BRANDENBURG. what was around them and who waved should apologizo much for my If I - . Agent &. Corresp'nf their hands to indicate that all the John T. Ditto, long delay in writing to tho Nkws, or . IIAIIUAUK world was trees, trees, trees. In their V. Editor beg pardon for seeming presumption In WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY 7, 1891. ANNOUNCEMENT. minds there flitted a tradition that tho '" coming before tho public with grave JNO.D.BABBAQE finalWe art L,H. &. W. TIME TABLE. your many world grew darker and darker, and doubts as to entertaining GOIXO WEST. OUSJIWSRICIIAKDSON, with a great serpent. The fortake up valuable space ly ended St. Ij, & T. I.ocnl Time Card. Pattenfter Dally arr. Hardinitburg..l2:13 p.m. readers, I should est was 244,000,000 aires in extent. AlaCandidate Torrte election to the Lcirli n " in your paper to but little purpose, bo .. 7:S5 a.m. lure Jrom1Me4?eoirtitjYiub"Jeet to the action ,..10.05 a.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. Mall and Express going Gait together 1,070 miles were tramped -- l .l.li ' ' ad.T N.. sufllco it for the present to remark that ooixa HART. ui mpi;cm;cro primary,-- .; une;i.i, ibui. " Wait...., 11.07 a.m. " colExpress " Gait ,.. 6.58 p.m. Passenger Dalljr arr. Hardinsburg.. 8:37 a.m. my tardiness in writing Is duo only to through its great twilight. Imagine L, Monday. .. 27 p.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. West " - 4:00 p.m. lack of time, and no diminution of inter- ossal trees ono tofiv6 feet In diameter " ,..11.19 a.m. ' Gmt Local Freight teclioohi All of and from 100 to 250 feet high, glossy Relied Monday. homo people, or my home ..10.0J a.m. " Wett " Mr. James llamhleton, of Cloverport, est in home, green foliage, trees lashed together with George to Louisville I still consiucr vyiocrpi paper. was in the city Monday. endless cables, from the finest fibers to Sunday. Slit. D. II. Mcllcnry has been elected enough home for anybody, her good vines as large as the hempen ropes on Mnjor Horace Scott and his wife went pcoplo The Mattie Hays sunk in Salt river to the Constitutional Convention from nuiong tho best in the world, and tho largest vessels, the forks of trees Sunday. to Cloverport Monday. News one of the best Ohio rounty. tho BiiECKEKiuiKir. . r . Ni ah Of bargains in honest Clothing. . You will find Mr. J. I). Tttizby returned from Louis- county papers in Kentucky; and only In filled with orchids and ferns, green gray Mr. Gus Hrown returned to Clover- II X like cabbages, great lichens, with leaves Tiiku'k nro twenty-on- e United States ville Monday. friendly recognition of this array of good in our store the most perfect selection of Men's, swaying walls of trees with wild bees port Monday. ' Senators whose term of ollice expires Special inducements to cash buyers at things, and in grateful recollection of MissZulaMalin is visiting S " not in humming everywhere, and creejicrs with my small property in them, and next March. Heard it Heeler's. Hoys' and Children's . . and Vine Grove. do I seize a dark green moss beaded with dew of Mrs. John I Ilaswell goes to Hart- any desire damp with the eternal moisture of the John Noonan, of Cincinnati, in few moments of leisure afTonled by this Ui.aixk says ho will not be a candidate ford, Ky., y to visit friends there. woods. Fancy tho tropical sun shut out town Monday. Christmas tide to send you for myself, for the Presidency in '92, but will go his Fourteen pounds Granulated sugar at and a twilight from morn till night. Miss Mary Pusey returned to Louisand in behalf of jwitriotic home pcoplo length for John Sherman, of Ohio. Monroe's for $1. Imagino tho whole filled with vapors, ville to school Monday. near me, a joyous Christmas greeting. rising in the bluo clouds, and a myriad Miss IJzzie Smith, returned to Hawes-vill- e Misses Nellie and Winnio Green nro This is the day after Christmas, and Aktkk the .Inst of February, 1891, life of all kinds in the hot, damp shades. visiting in Louisville. last Saturday. strictly a "white Christmas." All day Georgia ,w'lirpay a pension of $100 a Fifteen pounds C sugar at .Monroe's long yesterday the snow was making a Imagino men marching from morning year to each widow of a Confederate solMr, Win. Harrington moved his family till night in perpetual dusk through for$l. desperate strugglo to mako it an orthodier. listening to the awful to our town Tuesday. such scones and dox Christmas, but with uncertain sucMr. Chambers has rented Mrs. ThompMr. Newt. McGlothlan, of Irvington, overwhelhiing roar of the forest In tho until about nightfall, when a genu-in- o cess The total number of business failures son's residence. black night. Think of weary marches was in town last week. snow-storstruck the city, blockin tlio United States during the past Sixteen pounds Light llrown sugar at week after week, and Mr. W. D. Howard spent several days lines in many in- day after day, ading the street-ca- r year was 10,907, a slight increase over Monroe's for.?!. month after month, through almost Im- of last week in Louisville. fn. the city. We charge you only' for the garstances (not hard to do, by the way, in the previous year. Miss Cora Smith is visiting in Louisundergrowth, where the penetrable Miss Mary McFarland spent last week Washington), and making it a rich ? ville. scratch of a thorn or the slightest hurt with the Misses Woolfolk. ments you buy, and expect a moderate profit only Christmas for hackinen and "cabbies." TiiKiit: was some very cold weather in would perhaps produce ulcers that Twenty iiounds Kettle Xcw Orleans Many a dude had to spoil his patcnt-leatheMiss Mattie Morgan, 30 years of age, the extreme Eastern States last week, would 'end in death. Imagine crashing died Sunday Wc have no side-shoattachments for which the night of brain fever. last night or draw heavily on the temperature going down to 0 de- sugar at Monroe's for 1. trees, herds of monstrous elephants, and Mr. II. M. Jolly, of Irvington, was in his "surplus" to get homo from the theMaster Herndon gave an elegant party crees below zero at some points. customer has to pay, although he doesn't know tribes of savages shooting poisoned ar the city Monday. This morning tho capitol was ater. to his young friends Friday night. rows. Think of men marching through I it. Capt. A. J. dross, Holt, Ky., was in robed in white, and tho robe was about Bitch scenes as Tin: Nr.ws starts in the year 1891 with Arthur Hryant has moved to Lodiburg these, and dropping out are jingfive inches thick. Sleigh-bell- s fifteen hundred subscribers, nearly all the city Monday. by twos or threes or sixes and scoking to to go into tho merchandise business. of whom are paid up. which is no bad Invest SI with us and save your ling by the thousand. find their way back to Yambuya and Miss Annie Itichardson is visiting her "How they tinkle, tinkle, tinkle, showing for the signs of the times. horses and hogs from disease. Heard & perhaps becoming lost to perish in the uncle, Gus. W. Hichardson, Guston. toy air of night, On the Heeler. i great forest, and one might have some Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Hecso have reWhile the atari that ovenprlnkle Ci.ovi:imiitT is slowly but surely movMr. W. W. Vessels has made applicaidea of what the expedition went turned to their home in Columbus, O. All the heaveni seem to twinkle ing in the direction of progress and tion before the city council for a license through. With a crystalline del'ght." Miss Maggie Green left Saturday for prosperity. The signs of the times all to keep a saloon. "In conclusion Mr. Stanley said that Lexington where she will That is the way l'oe said it, if I mis- twenty-thre- e attend school. fl point to better things, and they are years ago when he left Mr. Jesse Gross, of MeKinney, Tex., take not, and I think it could not well Mrs. C. G. Moremen gave a dance Satcoming. V was in town Monday visiting Mr. H. F. be improved on. Hut don't get a false New York not ono white man was to bo 1$ vast interior of equatorial urday evening in honor of Miss Minnie Heard. distance. found in thai impreasion. They jingle at a W'k are glad that Judge Mercer even Africa but the aged Livingstone. Now Howard. KENTUCKY, CLOVERPORT, I All goods marked down at bottom figIn this instance "distance lends ensees a bright future for Cloverport. The Messrs. Eli II. Hrown, O. II. Harrison Conures for cash. Call and see us. Witt A chantment." I doubt a little the pro- there were thirty steamers on the II Judge for the past two years has seen and G. W. McCready, of Louisville, wero go, three railways in course of construc(:) priety of that quotation. It is the enif we may judge from his public utter- Mead or. tion in that region, over $25,000,000 of in town Monday. -- very little good in this town. Miss Lillie McGlothlan, of Irvington, chantment that is lacking to bring the ances Prof, and Mrs. J. G. Scott have reMl1 capital invested there. 'If you will inwas here last week visiting Miss Ella same jingle nearer. It costs four dollars vestigate the cause,' ho concluded, 'you turned, after spending the .holidays in in an hour. He who jingles sleigh-bell- s (I Smith. 9 will find that they were the result of un- New Albany, Ind. Mit J. Soule Smith, the "Falcon" of Washington, his silver dollars shall the Mr. Willie Stith and his two children, flagging zeal in my work and of a faith the Louisville Times, has gone to tiie Miss Nellie Hichardson has returned livery-ma- n jingle. That is not from in that maxim which says, Whatever to Louisville, where she is attending tffj Bermuda Islands to remain two months. of Texas, were here last week visiting Proverbs, but is just as true. Mr. Charley Ileston's family. your hand finds to do, that do with all Miss Nold's school. s He promises the Times some spicy This Christmas period has been full of your might.' " We have a line sewing machine T.hirh during his absence. SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. Mr. Alonzo Moreman, Jr., returned to cess follow these two young men in their many interesting and pleasing reflecwe will close out cheap. Heard A Speaking of this Stanley "epjsode," 1 Louisville last Tuesday after spending business. I!y virtue of taxes due the Commonwealth tions to your correspondent. To ono at A r.i(Mi:its' Alliance store was closed Heeler. Breckenridge county, for It is only a matter of time until there of Kentucky, nnd 87, 88, 89 and 1890, by the all calculated to reflect on what is seen, am moved to remark that a young man the holidays at home. the years ItJbi, 8(1, out in Kansas the other day after an exMr. Hoscoe Eskridge is building a new the vast crowds that swarmed on Pennor woman either for that matter has Misses Minnie Caspcrkc and Kettic will be a number of salt plants put up following named persona, and for the years istence of seven months. A number of house opposite Judge Mercer's. It will sylvania avenue and other principal most excellent advantages in that lino. It is too fine n field to designated, we will proceed to sell for cash in Clarkson, who have been visiting Miss above town. farmers who had placed their money in be for rent. stand idle, and every day there arc steps hand, on thoroughfares which tho hundreds of There"aro most excellent lecturo courses, Rena Clarkson, have returned home. it as stockholders lost henvilv. Monday, January 19, 1891, direction. There are alartistic displays made attractive, were an and so cheap that every one should take Mr. Charley Haker, of Hancock counThe personal property of the estate of taken in this advantage of them. For instance, for interesting study. Here was a represenready two very fine ones, and their cap- At the door, Id llnrdlniburp, Ky. ty, Was here last week visiting Dr. J. T. Felix Crutcher, deceased, will bo sold Tin: jury in the ca-- e of the Commonacity will be increased to more than 100 the following described property, or a sufllclent linker. tative for every rank, from every station one dollar I secured a season ticket for at public sale on his premises on the amount to satisfy the several amounts : the course nt the Congregational church, wealth against Mrs. Jesse Iligbee, rebbls. per day, as soon as they can get Bates, Jeremiuh T., for (land) Mr. Eli Smith and his daughter, of life every one anxious and eager to five in number; for the same price the 8th inst. a verdict last Tuesday week, turned for particulars see Deed Book X, page 484. wells down. Maude, were here last week visiting rel- select something for friend, for brother, course of three at the Unitarian church Tho contract for repairing the stone Amount of tax and cost $20.25. ihev decided that she poisoned her for sister, for parent. More than onco I Mr. Wood Price has found the bee inFisher, Chas. A., for an uncourt-hous- e has been children and that she was insane at the atives and friends. threaded my way through the maze In Among theso lecturers are such men as wall around tho Last year divided 06) dustry to be very profitable. Interest, in what is If you want a shawl, overcoat, pair of making Edward Everett Hale, Minot J. Savage, awarded to T. L. Ditto, he being tho lime. my few humble purchases, each from SO some odd stands he got over 1000 known as the Barney Fisher home place, boots or suit of clothes, Heard A Heeler time encountering somo new phase of Robert Collyer, John II. Yincent. lowest bidder. mile south of Cloverport. For particulars pounds of honey, for which ho realized see Mortgage Book No. 10, page 502. Amount are offering some bargains. These cost the sum of twenty-fiv- e cents Mr. Win. Bryant, who has been run- from g The members of the Constitutional sea of faces. the Mr. Price of tax and cost, $41.11. 8J to 15 cts. per pound. Convention resumed their labors at Farmer, Sallie, for 1880 (land) listed in her Owing to the mild winter and scarcity Coining up the avenue late one even- each, average prieo the same it costs to ning n stage from this placo to Weldon, owns a small piece of property hero in Fiimkfort last Monday. During their of money, we find ourselves overloaded ing I heard, as one may often hear, the see a cheap show. Many prefer the lat- has sold his outfit to John Harrington, town where he lives. These litttlc in- name, but the title is in tho name of the heirs of Miohael Briekey, for further particulars see holiday vacation, which lasted ten days with a heavy stock of general merchanmerest semblance of a tune ground out ter. I have in my time burned up who will continue tho business. significant fellows done enough foraging Commissioner's Deed Book No. 2, page 260. or more, none of them were allowed any dise. All will have to go at figures be- of an organette, or some such humble many quarters in tho very foolish habit Several members of the Odd Fellows last season to make him a net profit of Amount of tax and cost, $5.30. 8, land n Walker, Samuel B., for 1886-8- 0 pay nor none of the officers connected low any house in town. Witt & Meador. institinient, by an old, decrepit woman. of smoking. I am trying to set somewere on the sick list last week, and tho nearly 400. For particulars see Deed Book No, 26, page thing into my vacant head while here in few well ones left had about as much with the bodv. I have seen her in many dilTorcnt locali531, dcod from Thos. Burdette to Margnrcte The annual election of the ollicers and Very little business was transacted in A. Walker. Amount of tax and cost, $27.91. reach of many of the first men of our na- as they could attend to nursing them. directors of the Hardinsburg bank was ties sometimes near the Patent Office tho county court Monday, as the docket Mathews, America, for 1886 tion. Excuse tho personal nature of I r should of every citi.en held in the oflice of the bank last Monbe the aim on F street always whero the tide of Miss Eva Herndon and her friend, was light Several sales were made by land, for particulars see Deed Book L. page is painful and disgusting this, but it in Cloverport to make this year more day. The old lsmrd of directors were people surges highest. She looked speMiss Maud Costcllo, of Texas, who has Commissioner and Sheriff. Two tracts 187. Amount of tax and cost, $23,27. D. II. SEVERS, S. B. C. sometimes to see young people refuse prosperous for the town than any in its Mr. 11. F. Heard was contin- cially forlorn in her old, tattered clothbeen spending the holidays witli her, of land belonging to A. Clement were P. S We are now arranging a large list of preceding history. In unity there is ued as president and Mr. Morris Heard ing, grinding away in the cold, wintry these oportunities for have returned to school at Shelby ville. sold by the county commissioner of property for sale for Taxes which will be adstrength, and we want to see a general cashier. evening. There are so many impostors soon. All persons owing taxes The county Hoard of Supervisors met Union county. One tract of 100 acres vertised very great deal of costs and expense would save a It was my pleasure to hear Edward s good feeling among all hands when any in the shape of in a great sheriff-elecThe new Mr. Stuait We have Tho was purchased by J. W. Harrington for by settling the same immediately. Everett Hale deliver two sermons Sun- Monday and are still in session. valuable public improvements are city that one sometimes pays consideralready given one notice that we was sworn in on last Mondav day and a lecture Monday evening. He I5oard is composed of II. H. Livers, John $500, and ono tract of 18 acres was pur- settle up our business, which we are wanted to This case, compelled and assumes charge of the office at once. able for his experience. Stiff, Henry Stiff, Wm. Edelin and Hyron chased by W. IJ. Dowell for $07.50. to do. So those not heeding these notices however, was genuine. And I thought is a veritable "literary man," and it was must abide tin eonsequences, Jwo of his deputies, Mr. Hobt. GlassMr. Horace Wnthcn, who died at Vine somo satisfaction to see and hear a man Withers. I.te repoits seem to confirm the idea Uespectlully, of MeDaniels, and Mr. J. 15. Higgs, maybe we ask too many questions someThe leases and property of the First Grovo last Tuesday, was buried here last that the Indian war is not over, but has cock, D. II.Sevkbs, S. B. C. of ourselves. Hut be that as it who has written so much, and so much of I'nion Star, were present and were times John Alrxasdeb, D. S. just begun in earnest. Ilig Foot's tribe may, the lights and shadows of life that is good and helpful. Not only rank- National Gas Co., wero sold under an Thursday. Mr. Wnthcn was tho J. S. DkJkrnnktti, D. S. between Yin. Grovo and Dig through revenge for the killing of Sit- also sworn in. brought out in such sharp contrast in ing well as a novelist, his essays and lec- execution in favor of Ackerly, Samuel it L. O. Grkoort, D. 8, We herewith return thanks to our Pcrrin, and was purchased by them for Spring, and started out on his trip from December 3d, 18U0. ting Hull, gave the soldier boys alight the manifold differences in the social or- tures are always fresh, strong and Vino Grove Tuesday morning. Some the other day, in which quite a number customers for their liberal patronage ganism of city life, furnish the materials thoughtful. His style as a speaker is the sum of $1,000. were killed and wounded. The Indians during the past year. Heginning with for a living picturo worthy of study. not oratorical. It is tho scholar full of Mr. FrankJCrosier, of Owensboro, who parties found him about a mile from town the new year we have marked all goods Extremes meet here. Poverty shivers enthusiasm and mannerism; but his formerly resided here, was married last lying by the side of the load dead. His in Had l.unils :uc a fearless, uugon-rn-abl! Ho set, and it looks like I'ncle Sam down to bottom prices for cash and ask in rags as it crouches behind the pillars language is the choicest of English. He week to Miss Day, of New Albany, Ind. death was caused by heart disease. that you call and examine them.- - Witt of tho Treasury to shield it from the is a typical New Englander both in his Mr. Crosier's many friends at this placo was formerly a merchant of this place. will have to call for more t loops. A Meador. The Democratic County Committee met TO STONE C0NTEACT0ES AND wish him much happiness. winds of winter, and misery begs from philosophy and expression. In appearhero Monday to take action in regard to Fine old Daviess, Nelson, Anderson the shadows of the White House. This ance he is tall, though slightly stooping, BUIIDEES. The Courier-JournCompany, witli Mr.G. A. Frymire, who for tho past its usual business enterprise, issued a and Woodford counties pure copper sour-mas- h is not in complaining cynicism. It is rather strong features, high forehead. year has been connected with tho Meado the Legislative race The committee Sealed proposals will be received up to 12 thirty-fou- r whiskies, wines, brandies, cordials only the condition of that other half of Liko Longfellow, Hryant, Lowell and County Deposit Rank as teller, tendered ordered a primary to bo held on Satur- o'clock noon of the 12th day of January, 1891, page paper last Thursday, beday, Juno lUth, for tho purpose of nomi- for furnishing all material and performing all ing the largest paper ever issued from and beer, by keg and bottle, ginger ale, whom it is said, the o know not most of our literary men, ho long ago his resignation, which took effect Janulabor necessary for erection or a stone juil t lial ollice. ceased to bo on friendly terms with his ary 1st. Mr. Frymire will probably en nating a candidate for the Legislature. and brlok residence the jailer for Breckenridge The sheet was a mammoth tobacco and cigars; all of the best made how they live. Hut at last compensafor Thero aro as yet no announced candi- County, Ky., to be situated on a lot in Harniie, containing a lengthy review of the ami fresh, served with pleasure to all at tion sometimes conies. Hy the very razor, and his shaggy beard, not much gago in business in Louisville. dates except Gus. W. Richardson, though dinsburg, Ky. years, gives business interests of Louisville and the T. C. Lewis's saloon. irony of fate, the newsboy that witli his gray with his sixty-eigBids will be received for a building to be Mr. M. II. Fontaine and Zack Hardin growth of the city during the past year. They Say cheerful, bright face, turns his honest him a rather picturesque appearance. bought out Mr. Walker Board in the dry several others are spoken of. It is re- ereoted in accordance with plans and specifiHis subject was, "Home Lifo of thoTiN ported upon reliable authority that there cations prepared by MoDonald Bros., of LouisThe price of the daily has been reduced That the gas well is about llftv feet penny and dances to keep warm, may goods business in Holt's Bottom last ville, Ky., or If bidders prefer, t'uey may subf.nm $10 to $8 per year. deep and going deeper every day. sit under yonder dome and make laws grinis." I felt glad I was an American week. Mr. Fontaine expects to move will bo an independent candidate from mit along with their bids other plans and of the Farmers' Alliance. and could claim them as pioneers of this the ranks specifications for a stone jail and jailer's brick That the entertainment at the M. E. concerning labor, and commerce, and residence. Each proposition must be nccotn now great nation. I should like to give ins lamiiy mere tins weeK. May sue MiCitWKKX A Co. are reported to be Bucklen's Arnica Salve. church last Friday night was a big public education, when the scions of panted by a certified check for $500, made pay at the head of an enterprise to establish success. now powerful families shall have been you a synopsis of tho lecture, but no The best salvo in the world for cuts, able to the committee, which check is to lie doubt already I have written more than forfeited to the County in case the bidder sub. a large brick plant in this city. These forgotten. 1 hopo he may, if those bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fover mlttlng it shall fall to enter into contract and That we should have a Sunday train men have the capital, and being tiie scions are not worthy of remembrance I should. on the L., H. A W. sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblaiiiB, give bond for the work if his proposition is Nothing can be more gratifying than ow ners of one of the best eiiiiped railby their own deeds. of the value of the work corns, and skin eruptions, and positively accepted. Makes the llrej ot many people miserable, That McCracken it Co. want to be on is to be paid for as the work progresses and the roads in Kentucky, their influence and One does not know what to write al- to see the success of Cloverport almost and often leads to cures Piles, or no pay required. It is remainder one year after completion. Distress in an enterprise of this the best terms witli this town and help ways, and I will venture a word or two assured now. That all her good people after eating, sour stomach, sick headache, guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or to For further information bidders are referred build it up. may bo prosperous and happy is the character, is certain to make the vensaid commissioners, and to the records of about Stanley. I went to hear him, for heartburn, loss of appctItc,afaInt,"aUgono" money rciuiuieu. rnco im cents per the Court at Hardinsburg. Ky. The plans feeling, bad taste, coated tonguo, and Irregu- That the depot will remain where it is I had made up my mind I must see and wisli of one of her absent "boys." ture a success. It has been ascertained box For sale by G. W. Short, Clover- and specifications of MoDonald Bros,, can be Hoht. E. Woods. that the clay found near here is of a unless the right of way is given to the hear this man of whom the world knows port, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, seen at the County Clerk's office in HardinsV I StroSS some of tho moro common very fine quality and makes a quality of Taylor lot. I wasn't at the theater last burg. and at tho office of MoDonald Bros., in P. S. so much and probably so little. I symptoms. Dyspepsia After not get well of Itself.docs Ky. Louisville, Ky. brick superior to any in the country. That Henry Ilarned is verj proud of must confess that tho desiro to bee evening. It The right is reserved to reject any or all it Harry Bell in Florida. An actual test has already been made, his new set of furniture. ' cuxing requires careful, persistent equaled, if it did not excel, the desire to bids. By order of County Court. To tiii: EniTou ok tiik Xi:ws. and a brick made from the clay referred attention, and a remedy like Hood's The Lobs of a Leg Morris Fskridge, That there is quite a demand for va- hear. Having seen and having heard which acts gently, yet surely and Dear Sir: You can say to tho readers t is now on exhibition at the Ureckin-rdg- e u. w. Heard, the man who found Livingstone (which Or arm by amputation would not cause cant houses. efficiently. It tones tho stomach and other of your valuable paper, that I shot and Matthias Miller, Committee, t bank. Our citizens will be asked feat some think his greatest), and tho so much suffering as many people endure organs, regulates tho digestion, creates a v. ll. Covers. That this town ought to get up and killed in Florida, on tho St.Johns t'i take some of the stock In this enter-- I press and critics being all by tho ears with Rheumatism. One of the greatest good appetite, and by thus Sink . river, on M. S. Moremcn's place, a crano overcoming the local symp- rise, and it is hoped they may do so. hustle in '91. about him and his lecture, I shall not Iks discoveries of tho century is a certain toms removes tho That the town could get along with so timid as I might be about expressing 'J ue ultimate growth of our city dejwnds known by tho natives as tho "Jlluejohn" euro for this terrible disease, a .speedy thetle effects ot tho disease, banishes tho less music tills year than she did last. crane, wliieh measured from tip to tip upon the local influent-- accorded to an opinion. relief from horrible suffering, and a rapheadache, and refreshes tho tired mind. 1 State of Kentucky, seventy-fou- r and one-hainches, and matters of this character. Public " I havo been troubled with dyspepsia. I I can't pronounce him an orator Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that id cure. What 'a' blessing! It is Dr. County of Breckenridge J sixty-tlire- o one-hawas had but llttlo appetite, and what I did cat and is what we want, and the inches high, don't suppose he thinks he is. In hand- Drummond's Lightning Remedy, price contains Mercury, Taken up as astray by J. A. Gross, living distressed me, or did mo A crano of this sizo is seldom seen on this near Holt post ollice, in Breckenridge county, present year should develop substantial ling the subject, "Tho llescue of Emin," $5, largo bottle, and if tho druggist lias llttlo good. In an hour on or about the 8th Inst. I bogs, r suits in that wav. it As mercury will surely destroy the senso Ito was compelled to cover, in a talk of not got it, the remedy will bo sent to any ulirn after eating I would expe- stream. and havo had on skinned and about 7 months old, thretFive bead of black nnd mounted it will bo of smell and completely derango the an hour anil a half, too much territory address on receipt of price by Drummoud exhibition in spotted boars, one black boar white ono blaok feeling, rience a fatntness, or tired, and What Ails You? as though I bad not eaten anything. My trouGuston, Meade county, Ky., when I re- sow, all marked with swallow fork in left ear whole system when entering it through to dwell on any feature sufficiently long Medicine Co., Maiden Lane, New and crop and under bit In right ear, and which ble, I think, was aggravated by my business, turn home. Yours truly, If you have sudden darting pains in the mucous surfaces. Such articles to treat it with fullness. Hut consider- York. was appraised by Harrison Dellaven, of Holt, which Is that of a painter, and from being the joints or muscles, audit reccurs every should never be used except on prescriii-tion- s ing all the circumstances, it was a fairly ILL. Ih:i.t.. vjr m me sum or ten dollars ($10) more or less shut up In a Sour . Witness my hand tbis 12th day of Decern- time you get cold, and appears in new from reputable physleiuns, as the good lecture, the best portion being his room with fresh paint. Last Pensions and Patents. The Editor's Prize. uvr, iqvu. spring I took nood's Sarsa- - StOmacn paces without leaving any of the old damage tlioy will do is ten fold to the description of the great forest through Mr. A. K. Huwkes has gained a nation-i- d Frank L. Hancock, of Owensboro, U. S. WM. AHL,J.'P. B. C. rllla took three bottles. It did mo an ones, the best thing to do is to send live good you can possibly derive fiom them. which they passed, in which he rises to Patent and Pension Attorney, will bo in reputation as a practical optician, and Immense amount of good. It gavo mo an dollars to the Drummoud Medicine Co. IIiiH'h Catarrh Cure, manufactured by something like written eloquence: appetite, and my food relished and satisfied Cloverport February 25th anil 20th. You his celebrated spectacles nnd patent 0 Maiden Lane, New York, for a F. J. Cheney it Co., Toledo, 0., contains the craving I had previously experienced." "The party left Yambuya feeling that aro cordially invited to meet me. . .Advice spring aro knowji throughout GEonou A. Taoe, Watertown, Mass. bottle of Dr. Druminond's Lightning no mercury, and is taken internally, and they were going to the rescue of a man free. I refer you to Hon. William T. tho United States. Wo aro writing this Remedy for lihcuinatism. It will cure acts directly upon the blood and mucous anxious to bo relieved. They expected Ellis as to my qualifications and honesty. article witli a pair of his New Crystalized When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla. you. Ho wiso in time, and do not bo surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's to meet a grateful pasha with a grateful 7w Sold br all druggtiti. f j tlz for Si. rreparcdonlr Lenses, and they seem to us as transparFhaxk L. Hancock. When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. ' by C. L HOOD & CO., A poUiecuioi, Lowell, Malt. fooled with anything else. If you havo Catarrh Cure be suro you get tho genuine. army. They expected that at furthest, ent as light itself; and with Ihom tho When she became 3tiss, she clung to Castorla. 100 Doses Ono Dollar the above symptoms you havo got the It is taken internally, and made in Toletwo weeks' march would bring them to finest print is as clear as in youth. Edi-to- r When she had Children, she gave them Castorla. FOR DY8lUl'tiI.l lihcumatism, and if the druggist tells you do, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney it Co. grassy uplands. Tho lecturer's descripFoa Sale. One lot opposite M. F. Christian Advocate. Iron Bittern. Ue church 75 feet front by 176. Io?t residthe truth he will say Dr. Drutnmond's JSySold hy druggists, prieo 7oe. per tion of the great forest was thrilling. 1'hrilcUiis recommend It. All eyes fitted nnd fit guaranteed by ence in lower Cloverfort. Jeff Hamble-on- , bottle. Genuine All Remedy is the only known cure. bottle. After fourteen days they saw natives has dealen keep It. 11.00 per lines on wrapper. G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. and crowed red I Breckenridge News; I. HARD1NSBURG DEPARTMENT. Washington Notes. .. We Are Foil J I fr1in y(H to-da- Clothing w ! rs TEST - J. t 3'PSJS'PSj'y let-in- Court-houe- o 1888-89-9- 0 one-six- th one-ha- lf ever-changin- 87-8- alms-seeker- t, mail-carri- er NOTICE well-to-d- Dyspepsia One-ha- lf Sarsa-parlll- a, to-da- O Notice. lf lf ijoni. j3"1 o 48-5- 0 48-T- eye-glass- Hood's Sarsaparilla 1 trade-mar- k k Lf HsnTHSssra v S; fc. i fgte , jt '. , Mr. E. A. Kissam, of this city, had a Mr. Robt. Lindley and bride (nee Miss ! ' ' I I I I I I I I I I I N iTTTTl i I iili-'iJ- J ';' fl I I I I S4S--l-a- . 3 3-S--; Z3cZ in tho Seventh Cavalry Mary Rottndtrec), of Nashville, arrived DISSOLUTION NOTICE. h which was recently engaged in a fight Monday night, and have taken iooius at Mr. Georco Wcatherholt's, where they with the Indians on the frontier. The- firm doing business heretofore under the name of J. F. Sulcr & llro. will be at home to their friends for tho (composed of Joseph F. Sulzer aud Samuel L. Sulzer,) at Cannclton, Perry Charles Showers, of Elizabcthtown, next week. The News, extends to County, Ind., and at Cloverport, Brcckenridge County, Ky., is dissolved by4 committed suicide at Louisville, last and his fair brido a most cordial mutual consent. Joseph F. S'ulzer retires, having sold his interest in the Wednesday night, by taking morphine welcome to theirjjiew home. Mr. and Personal Ptoperty and Real Estate- belonging to said Arm to Samuel L. Sulto settle his nerves after a spree. vaalUlnninK zer, who will continue the business and assume all the liabilities of and is W. O. Allen and wife, tho accommo- .Mrs. Geo. Weathcrliolt authorized to collect all debts due the said firm of J. F. Sulzeu k Bno. dating depot agent, is off for a two yesterday In hoidrf their ITcwly married guests. Tnere were present Mr. Josei-i- i Respectfully, F. St'i.znn, George Dean has weeks' vacation. and Mrs. G. W. Short, Mrs. Es J, Bab-bagCannclton, Ind., Jan. 1, 1WU. Sami-ri- . . L. Sih.ziui, abcharge of the business during his Rev. AV. K. Ponrnd and Mr. J. 1). sence. Babbago. Hon. J. F. Sulzcr's new home is at AlbuAVo aro again crowded for space this querque, New Mexico. Like everybody OIOT News week and have to cut out several correselso that loaves hero, ho has the pondents. This is u matter we regret Both tho method and results when to follow him to keep posted as to pass very much for we want every section Syrup of Figa is taken ; it is pleasant It is no pleasant task to announce my retirement from the Him ing events. that sojleslrcs to bo represented in these and refreshing to thotnato, and acts of J. F. Sul.cr & Hro. During the 30 years of the firm's existence Tho damago to Col. Lafo Gieen's dam columns. That's just what wo aro hero gcntlyyet promptly on the Kidneys, there has been no internal discord, and no business obligation lias at tho Falls of Rough, wo arc glad to say for to give orLiver and Bowels, cleanses tho systhe news. AVo are is not so great as was first reported. been compromised. It is most gratifying to state that wc have tem effectually, dispels colds, headarrangements to enlarge tho will cover it, there being only about paper, closed our affairs harmoniusly, and that our united efforts establishaches and fevers and cures habitual when we hope to bo able to acthirty feet of tho dam washed away. ed a commercial reputation for the firm on which I must always constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho commodate all our correspondents and The News has a goodly number of advertisors as well. The News lias all only remedy of its kind ever proreflect with great pleasure. In bidding our many friends Goodreaders over in Tobinsport, Intl. In it can do, and more too, thank you. Last duced, pleasing to tho tasto and acbye, I can not refrain fiom expressing my firm belief that my fact there aro very few places in an area year was its banner year. Renew your ceptably to tho stomach, prompt in brother, Samuel L. Sulzer will conduct the business with even it action and truly beneficial in ite of 50 miles of this city, but what tho subscription and don't miss an issue. a greater effort and application, if possible, than heretofore and will effects, prepared only from the most News covers pretty thoroughly. Wo havo something nico in store for all healthy and agreeable substances, be worthy of your continued support and confidence. jj) Rev. David Stancllff, writes to have now and paid up subscribers for 1801-its many excellent qualities comchanged from Corydon, Ind., his paper Respectfully, mend it to all and have- mado it A Pleasing Sense to No. 714 Seventh street, Louisville, JOSEPH F. SULZER. tho most popular remedy known. He Of health and strength renewed and of ;,- where he will resido in tho future. Syrup of Figs is for salo in"50c still has chargeof tho church at Corydon. case and comfort follows the uso of and $1 bottles by all leading drugDon't pass tho Bankrupt House with Syrup of Figs, as It acts in harmony with gists. Any reliable drugpist who out calling In ; w ill take great pleasure nature to effectually cleanse the system may not have it on hand will pro-- A.3ST in waiting upon you. J. II. Moorman. when costive or bilious. For salo in 50c. cure it promptly for any ono who I i i i i i i i i i i i i i I i i i I i I i and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. wishes to try it Do not accept If people will- - presist in holding proany substitute The gradual dissolution of the firm of J. F. Sulzer & Bio hnv-- g perty in our central blocks, and not pave The Great House of J. F. Sulzer &Bro. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. in front, let tho city do it, and charge tho in been in progress for some time, is now fully consumatcd. It has been known for some months -- Now SAN FRANCISC ), CAL. is tlio time to buy property with tho expense. Tho paveWhile deeply regretting my brother's retirement from the firm, L0UI3VIUE, KY. NEW YORK, ft.r. ments will come, or tho property will bo that a change had occurred In this well the fact could not be overlooked that the affairs of a business known mercantilo firm of Cannclton, Ind. sold to somebody who will improve it. covering a period of 30 years ought to be adjusted. The inevitand Cloverport, Ky. Mr. Joseph F. SulJohn Allan Murray, Wm. K. Barnes, The declining powers of ago may bo zer retiring Cloverport. llardlnsburg. able was therefore accepted and the lcsult is mutually satisfactory and Mr. Samuel L. Sulzer bewonderfully recuperated and sustained coming MURRAY &. BARNES, sole proprietor. The change has My position in the partnership, from beginning to end, required by the daily use of Hood's Ssrsaparilla. been finally consummated and took effect the fullest knowledge of its affairs ; and therefore I am not unIt is a crying shamo that the city council January 1st, 1891. llardlnsburg and Cloverport, acquainted with the responsibility that I have assumed. While profits arc not considered. Call for prices ! iiowcr tlmn ever depot. will not provide a walk to tho Kentucky. With It is gratifying to us to state that the this knowledge and long experience together with renewed Everybody has business there, strangers large business will not be curtailed, but Sole agents for the M. . come and go, but all plow through the w ill be enlarged. Possessing amplo capieffort and application I hope to merit the support and confidence Is not done to remtal and yet a young business man, Mr. that the public so generously awarded the old firm. Surgeon, mud. If something edy this bad matter, an indignant public fcamuel L. Sulzer will "lengthen his borOffice over llichanhon's Hardware tlore. Respectfully, SAMUEL L. SULZER. 1 will be heard from. ders and strengthen his stakes," and the CLOVERPORT. KY. Assistant Master Mechanic Hay, Mr. future career of the business will eclipse W. S. TAYLOR. J. It. TAYLOIt, J. C. HUSH, S5-SLow is and Mr. Adams represented Clover- - the triumphs of the past. & Co., Mr. Joseph F. Stiver the retiring partport at tho K. of II. Ball at the Opera A Quart for 10 Cents. House New Year's eve. Mr. J. Henncn, ner has of late years become largely inof Hawesville, was also in attendance. terested in enterprises in tho far AVcst, Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store We will make special cllbrts to reduce our htoqk of OWENSBORO, KY. Mr. Burk, of Cloverport, was hero too, and necessarily much of his time has been Frcderica Street, soup nearly all even- spent there. The continued ill health but as he was in the JR. JT. MILLER, of his wife hap made it imperative that ing, we lost him. Cannclton Inquirer. John Matthews and Miss Laura Keown, she should not be withdrawn from the of Pincheco, were married on Christmas bracing and healthful air of Colorado. KY. . CLOVERPORT, BSyOflkc with 1). R. Murray near Post day at the residence of Daniel Kcowns. Such a man as Mr. SmVer could not ho office. Thos. Rogers and Miss Nannie Weather-ford-, idle anywhere, and his frequent presence of tho same neighborhood, were in tho active AVcst led him into investmarried on Dec. 28th, and William ments which have so grown in import Within the next few days. Call and get the benefit of our low McQuady and Miss Emma Snider on ance as to require much of his time and Tts Tin un Dec 22d, at the residence of J. R. Stecles. means. The force of circumstances there- nrices. for it is what the buyer saves that makes him rich. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1891. fore made it permissible for him to turn disputed fact that we carry the largest line of Judge Nick McC. Mercer, of Hardins-burover his interests hero to his brother, and was in tho city yesterday on railLOCAL BREVITIES. remain permanently in Colorado with road business. Ho says that Cloverport his family. Tho AVcst has gained a busigrowing so rapidly Mia Lula Sawyer went to Ixuiisvillc, is flourishing and ness man of fine sagacity and integrity. that it will soon be ono of tho best small Thursday. I ho business here will still bo under Tho railroads, natMrs. Jennie Jubiue lias lcturncd from towns in the State. the management of Mr. Julius C. Nolte. soda ash wells aro responThe largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices ural gas and Owcnsboro. The brilliant success of this young gentleIn the city, and at prices that laugh at competition. The railroad sible for its growth and prosperity can be found at man in tho past is an earnest for tho Tlio macliinu shops were closed on Courier-Journa- l. has come ! Business is increasing and prices are diminishing. If yon future. Tho people (who ore always inNews Year's day. fKSS Vegas, We arc prepared to Fred II. Pierce, of terested in the excellence and business are after bargains, we can supply your wanb. Mr. W. E. Pickerel, of Garfield, was XTJ at home for a few days last character of an institution in their midst) clothe and feed you, warm and sleep you. We also keep a full line of was A in the city Monday. e carrya large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture weok. Fred expressed great surprise at aro fully satisfied with the eminent qual at prices to suit the times. Below wc quote prices of Harness made Undertakers' Supplier. J. D. Taul has moved from Tar Fork the improvement in our town during ifications and business enterprise of Mr. from pure Oak Tanned Leather. to Mngan, Ohio county. past year. Ho Baid it was far be- Nolte, and have a just pride in his sucthe Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, Sti.oO, S7.50, SO.OO reMiss Ida Wcissenbergcr returned home yond what ho expected to see. He cess, and satisfaction that ho will conand 812.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 50c and $1.00. from Cannclton, Monday. Louisville yesterday accom- tinue general manager at Cloverport. Saddles ' SI 75 ' turned to ,. 2. fin. S3 fin SJ nn SJKfi er. nn e? .uvs 10mm ne A telephone lino is being built from panied by his paients, Mr. and Mrs. R. "" ", v.wv, vi nn unit ?iu.uu. wr carry a line v. '. r "" 01 ituDDcr Uooils, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Is Life Worth Living? R. Pierce. Owenbboro to Yelvington. Leggings, at . very low prices. Wc carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The Boyd Bros., the enterprising millers Not if you go through the worldadyspop-ticCome to tho liankrupt House for bar Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets aro Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and nrvthimr nw.,; at Irvington, niako a chango In their ad. gains ; these goods must be sold. a positive cure for tho worst forms of ing to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, Haines and Chains, this week and enclose a note saying. Geo. Jordan was elected city marshal lli.(innli i. n CO fA O r.H f Art I trt ' "Business is brisk with us and orders Dyspopsia, Indigeston, Flatulency and V.uu, o.iyjy 'i.uu, l.ou. by the council at its last meeting. Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop rcadv to do all kinds aro coming in from now customers every Mrs. J. P. Meador, of Skillman, was up AV. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and "Witt of repairs and make new work to order. day. They all say they saw our ad. in G. last week visiting her old home. News." Here is it Meador, llardlnsburg, Ky. It will pay you to examine our stock. the BancKExnmaE Mr. M. S. Whitford has been confined another instance of direct returns from Then tho bride and groom William A'est it Son, of Cloverport, and soldiers. A Erilliant Wedding at Webster. to his bed for the past week wjth rheu- using the columns of tho News. ID- John N. Akers of Louisville, and Miss floated to tho center, and tho attendants, signed by himself and AVilliam Itamsoy, matism. Tho English stockholders represented Annie Lulallia Lyddan, were married at Miss Clara Adklsson, Georgo Akers, Miss of Cloverport, which he accepted and If you want tho cheapest and best su- by Mr. Miller took charge of tho Brcck-enridg- e One Dollar Weekly tho residenco of Mr. and Mrs. M. Lyddan Mary AVillett and Georgo Lyddan swept cashed, but Thursday it was returned gar in town, come to tho liankrupt Mr. Ritchey had also cashed Company (limited) last Monday. this afternoon at 3 o'clock, December 30, gracefully to either side. Tho groom and protested. Buys a good Gold Watch by our Club Of the condition of the Breckinridge House. They have already begun to tear away 1800. Rev. Father O'Connor officiating. his attendants were dreescd in the usual a check for $10 signed by Patterson, and Bank, Cloverport, Ky., at the close of System. Our 14 Karat patent stiffened gol.t cases aro warranted for '20 years The brido was that, also, it is claimed, was worthless. Business, uec. 31, issu. Tho street lamp at tho dejwt needs at- the old buildings on tho property in tins Miss Annie is tho only daughter of Mr. conventional black. Walthamor Elgin movement, reliable AVhen the draft and check were reASSKTS. tention. Whose business is it to sco city, and it is said they aro to boTcplaced and Mrs. M. Lyddan, near AVebster, and dressed in heavy cream faillo silk, trimand well known. Stem wind set, huntNotes nnd Hills discounted s, w ith new offices and other improvements. $150,538.1.1 about it ? is ono of the best known and most popu- med in Duches point lace and ostrich turned Mr. Ritchey visited Hall & 2,572 25 ing or open face, Lady's or Gent's size. and learned that Patterson had Dank Fixtures and Furniture James R. Skillman has a position in They will run tho mines on a much lar young ladies of Quality Corner, and feather band, a sweeping vail of tulle, Dnnking House and Lot We sell one 3,J35.U Equal to any $75 AVatch. her departure from this community will decked with natural flowers and carried never been employed there. He also Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured. 2,51)2.15 of theso AVatches for $28 cash, and send the grocery department of Downier it larger scale than heretofore. 154.19 to any address by registered mail, or by ivory covered prayer book, bound in learned that Patterson had gicn thq Suspended debt Hambleton. Dr. J. G. Davison, Deputy Grand Mas causo universal regret ; wo are not in- an Donds 25,881.04 Express C. O. I)., with privilege of exclined to envy friend John his prizo,but gold and set with jewels. None ever ap firm a check for $35 which proved to bo Due from Hanks 12,783.91 amination. Liggot Shannon will bo hero ter for the Stato of Kentucky, A. O. U. worthless. The young man's father, ho Cash on hand peared more lovely. The brido's maids 24,824.48 Our Agent at Durham, N. C, writes: with a big Durham cow in a box. W., has been in tho city for several days would much rather she would continuo "Our jewelers hate confetnil they don't Mr. Akers is a worthy were attired in cream net over cream was told, had come to Louisvillo to see for tho purposo of organizing a lodge. He in our midst. for him. Wait 222,(584 .49 know how you ennfurnhh mtch uvrkfor the and popular business young man of Main satin, natural flowers. Tho presents were them, anil told Hall & Hayward that his memLIABILITIES, money." Tho News is indebted to Ilettcrinan & has secured about forty charter many and valuable, an ontiro list of son had no authority to give tho checks. Capital stock organized street, Louisville, Ky., and fully deserves Ono good reliable Ayent tcantcd in each $ 45,100.00 Bros., Louisville, for a very pretty and bers, and tho lodgo will bo Patterson called at tho Fifth Avenue Deposits bo an encroachment upon 151,924.98 place. Write for particulars. Col. J. II. McIIenry, Grand tho good fortune that has befallen him, which would artistic calendar. 20,000.00 Kmpikk Watch Co., your valuable- space, so I will let a few Hotel last night and told Mr. Ritchey Surplus Fund Master of Kentucky, will be present to and wo hopo their lives may bo smooth, Undivided Profits 3,855.51 48 t 50 Maiden Lane, Bargains to bo had at tho Bankrupt suffice : Fifty twenty dollar gold pieces that, in caso any mistake might havo Dividend No. .1.1, due Jan 1891. 1,804 00 organUo tho lodge. It Ish splendid their pathway strewn with roses, and New York. House, John T. Patterson's old stand. dotted with littlo responsibilities to cheer by M, Lyddan ; gold watch and chain occurred, ho would make it all right, but order. 222,084.49 J. II. Moorman. set in diamonds, Jo. Lyddan, of Owens- Mr. Ritchey said bust night that ho them in after years. Your humble corFARM FOR SALE OR RENT. Tho Christmas treo at the M;E. church I, A. It. Skillman, cashier or tho DickBeavin, ofLcitchfiold, accompanrespondent just prior to tho hour for tho boro j A gold necklace, in sapphires and would swear out a warrant for his arrest naiuedllank, do solemnly swear that the abote s. above I have a farm of 130 acres, six mites below a splendid Tuesday night was ied by his little son, Efton,vero over last last statement Is true to the best of tny knowledge Ilrandcnburg, on the Ohio rher, with tw ceremony, took up a position In tho onyx, Mr. and Mrs. Ken AVathcn A fine Tho recitations of tho little boys and belief. good houses and barns on the farm. week visiting his old home. spacious parlor, which was lighted by antique rocking chair, Mr. Akers; Fine Th Mr. Ramsey was seen by a represenrendA. D. SkiLLyxN, Cashier. and girls and tho excellent music land Is all situated In river bottom and vit chandeliers, swinging from tho celling by lamp, gold hangings, Mrs. M. Lyddan ; tative of tho News in regard to tho Tobacco is selling in Owonsboro at ered by tho choirdolighted tho audience, Subscribed and sworn to before me this the productive. Persons desiring Information In golden chains, the walls hung with silver, Pitcher and ethel, Mr. and Mrs. Addison; abovo. Ho says that ho drew tho draft 3d day of January, 1891. recard to terms, will please write to me $4.50 to $0 for leaf and lugs, and 23 cents tho presents delivered to tho children by ClIAS. 11. SkllLMAN, N. P. II. C. AVriting desk and foot stool, Miss Barnoy ISAAC J. MHLTON, to SI per 100 pounds for trash. on A'est & Sons, and Charlie Patterson tho ontertaining and flower pots with drooping hyacinth, Greenwood; old Santa Claus was Handsome center table, met him on tho street and proposed to Brandenburg, Kj. elbowing tho beauties from fivo counties, A prosperous city, a comfortable treaspleasing featnro for them. Tho ladies John Lyddan ; Largo mirror, silver framo havo it cashed for him, claiming that lie ury, and bad sidowalks. Mutterings who had It in charge certainly deserve when his attention was called to the front ASSIGNEES NOTICE. by tho musical voico of Mrs. Addison, of Geo. Lyddan; Antique hat rack, Thomas had $50 deposited at tho hotel. Mr. now 16w, will break into a storm. much credit for tho success of the enPersons knuwingtbemselvos to be iLdebted Lyddan; A rich mantel lambrequin, Ramsoy says ho was under tho impresHolt's Bottom, who was in command of o J. T. Patterron, will at once call on th Come to tho Bankrupt House for your tertainment. tho bridal van. In front, robed in tho AVorland Carter ; Bisquo basket, Illicit sion that Patterson had furnished tho vssignoe and settle by paying their account, flour, sugar, coffee, molasses, canned 1. S. Woolfolk was sworn in as sheriff purest white, wore two most lovely littlo with gold,MissMaggieCartcrand Brother. nionoy to pay the draft, and knew nothoutstanding debts must be collected Immediately. goods of all kinds, tobacco, cigars, etc. of Meado county, at Brandenburg, last children, Nannio and Mike, son and Tho last (but with mo not tho least) ing about tho other checks until he read H.N.MIM.KK, Assignee. bondsdaughter of John Lyddan, candlo bearers, was tho table, ladened with every cdiblo tho abovo in tho paper. There was a Mr: J. 0. Loomis, formerly with tho Monday. Tho following aro his Richardson, 0. 1). Rich- who performed their part like drilled an epicure could wish bear and venison misunderstanding between him and tho Monon and L. it N., has been appointed men: Gus.W. from the snow-tippe- d North, and all fruits Arcst Bros, about tho payment of tho ardson, D. S. Ncafus, Ephram 'AVimp, Superintendent of tho L., St. L. it T. Some people agree with Tiir Si'.s's opinions of tho sun-l- it plains of tho Tropics. draft. Ho telegraphed them and underBlantShacklett, B.J, Carrico, B. S. Clark-soabout men and things, and some peoplo don't; or MJSTorlMILINO MANHOOD Mr. John Keiser and wife returned G. A. Meador, R. 0. Craycroft, .las. Knowing mo as you do John, you can stood that they would honor it, or he but everybody likes to get h'old of the news, ;easral anil MEKVOUS DXBUJT Yt from Louisville Monday night, whero Fousheoand J. F. AVoolfolk. This is a WeaknttsorBodrandKJnl. Efftets readily see where my fun camo in. would not have drawn it. Ho lias paid paper wbleh Is never dull and never afraid to Rtbui, they have been spending tho holidays. abu uaSSM-THSrUSSsplendhfbond, and represents over $100,- Amos. speak IU mind. lmlk r nm,lSDiTiu)rDOKG4KSrikTiuifieDrr tho draft since. MhiiUi homb Mrs. M. P. Compton, of Garfield, and 000 worth of properjy. (III Democrats know that for twenty years Tin; A warrant was sent hero yesterday her little daughter, Lotta, were in the ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO "n"?. C. W. Patterson Gives Drafts That for tho arrest of Patterson, but he could Sun has fought In the front line for DemocraTho following is a partial list of precity last wook, visiting her sister, Mrs. tic principles, never wavering or weakening Are Protested and Checks That not be found. given to tho 'following paid up sents P. 8. Bell. In its loyalty to the true Interests of the party rin t MrnM ( our XSW lint efwttk, Are Not Cashed. ril4dltf anil Siui.Arvl.l hi. .I.jiu ) subscribers of tho Bueckeniuroe News tlihtrttt, toouirur olJ, ind U ibilr It serves with fearless intelligence nnd diTho winter is nearly half gone, hut Jan. 1st. Ono two horse wagon, Men. u lorli!l.I, linmt Ihey Notice Saw Mill . Aur sinterested vigor. At times opinions have tv.A i.i. ......ki.. mim ran i.) Ik : iik . i. III.. ""' Last Saturday's Louisville Commercial "!?? Wo want to buy for cash 500.000 feet notwithstanding, our trains como and Company, Hawesvillo ; .'"ji.wnii.rni,in, nanil. loa rtn dvo differed as to the best meats of accomplishing ynnrinnm.Hn.itii,urii)oirlliiila Ih.work. ItiliUau says: Thrco weeks ago a iillr.1 uw l. J jhJ kriuti oi.,I,i Ail lurctM u go on tho dot. There is scarcely any Ono suit of furniture, Henry Harned, of good Poplar lumber, cut ono inch Hnktr. It Is not Tiir Sum's ftvm ti la JO prrwMk im! ipw.rO., I1''1""" ' young man called at tho Fifth aveuuo thick by six inches wide, 12, 14 ami 10 the common purpose; Interruption so far. Ono gold watch, Miss Kate 1 lamed ; fault if It has seen futher into fhe millstone. lo nUli bf inri.l.n.llr.rr.T.?llllt. Ho Hotel, and registered as C. AV. Patterson. feet long. utk.n Ukk. 'l'KiJjO.,lldwi,JuUlu Eighteen hundred and ninty.one will be a Miss Laura Camp, who has boon Oglesby, city ; Ono sowing machine, J. Ho represented that ho was a son of a Hkiiii.am) P.utK Pi.AM.su Mill Co., ; Ono man's great year in American politics, and everyspending tho .holidays with her cousin, E. Mattingly, Concordia prominent merchant at Cloverport, Ky., Hoom 7, Tyler lluilding, body should read The Sun. Miss Leila Camp, returned to her homo saddle, Leo AValls, Sample ; Ono ladiy's and that he was employed in tho retail Louisville, Ky. Dally, per month, $0.50 saddle, Adam Gross, Bewleyvillo ; Ono in Evansvillo Saturday. department of Hall & Hayward, cracker Dally, per year, , 8,00 Berkshire pig, Wm. Otto, Irvington. dealers on Jefferson street, between 4R. E. Moorman tho grocer, has moved McElree's Wine of Cardui Sunday, per year, 2.00 Second and Third. Into tho west room in tho Breckknriihiis Absolutely Pure. 8,00 JIACK and THEDFORD'S aro Daily and Sunday, per year, IF TOUIlolit, really AC11VS nothing -F- UOlTf Kood for Mr. Dan Ritchey, of tho Fifth Avenuo for News building. It is ono Of tho handOr rou aro all worn 0.70 A cream of tartar baking powder. salo by tho following merchants in Dally and Sunday, per year, U Keneral debility. 'Iry It Weekly Sun, one year, Hotoh, says that on last Monday Patter- Breokenrldge somest business rooms in tho city and 1.00 nuo ws'n iron Highest of all in leavening strength. County t O. W. Short, CloverSola 1 Hill cure you, and give a goal appetite. Address Tar Sun, New York. son presented a draft for Sltf, drawn on port) Draihear A Lay, Stephensport. ono of tho best stands. U.S. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1880. by au dealers In medlcluu, JJi&Js S ENJOYS I I I I brothcr-iirla- v jJJJJ . "" - c, We begin the New Year r' by. "cutting prices right ' and left. We must reduce our stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing. - TO THE PUBLIC g now-makin- $1,-00- 0, In j 2. der to run it off as quick as possible we have lost sight of profit. The stock must be reduced. & Co., I I n Julius Winter 1 I I ii IsrOTJaSTOEEBHSr T. I I I I I I I I G-R-0-C-E-R-- I-E-S Attorneys atLaw. Clayton, Dr. J. Physician and German Economical Blueing !i DENTISTS J. H. Taylor Attorney at Law, OVERCOATS Gents' and Mens' Brrckenridge News. 0 g, Boys', Clothing Is New-Mexic- Bo HAM W iMimM B. F. BEARD & CO, HARDINSBURG, KY. "'"'""g Sr- STATEMENT Hay-ward'- , sac-ces- mix. 1891 n, FOR HEN ONLY! "i fiOYAl "" MONEY . well-dresse- d "' m POWDER T SHIETS J. D. BARRAGE. BUY YOUE jurrjts. Breckenridge News. REMINISCENCES. II V AX SO. V. N V i r Tobinsport, on the Indiana sklo of tlio river, was tho landing for that portion of ," 1'crry county known as "Tobin's n largo body of very fino land then, only partially settled. Jndgo from whom it derived its name, bad nettled years before near the upper end of tho bottom, and erected n comfortablo brick building perhaps at that time tho finest dwelling in Perry county outside of Home, then tho county seat. The judge was one of tho most prominent men of that county, filling with much credit to himself and satisfaction to the people, various public ollices of honor and trust, as has his son, Judge Kobt. Tobin, at present a prominent citizen of the bottom. Another old citizen was Mr. Simons, the father of Hiram and Arad Simons, both now deceased. Other citizens wero James and George W'eatherholt, who kept a store at the point a number of years and traded in and produce ; Cas. Cockerel, Horace Kofi", Winchell, Thomas and James, Polk Drinkwater, Ijimh Hyan. llot-toinTo-bi- n, cord-wood ROSETTA. kitchen, and ovidently breakfast was being prepared. Tho visitor was still in Mr. John Priest is qulto 111 again. bed watching an opportunity to get his girls should bo all clothes on when tho Mr. James Heatty is nt homo at presout nt tho samo time a thing, however, ent. which did not occur. After awhile one Mrs. Peter Dent is visiting friends in of tho girls commenced setting the tatown. ble, and seeing the case was reaching n Mr. Henry Xeff Is In Garnettsvillo crisis, ho was in a very short whllo this week. ready for breakfast, and was thoroughly Miss Hesse Heatty gavo a Christinas satisfied afterward that neither of those dining to several of her friends. girls had given him a passing thought, Messrs. Jcsso and Charles Gross are except perhaps to say, he must bo a home for the holidays from Texas. lazv fellow. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Hardin were tho Mildness conquers and hence the gen- guests of Mrs. E. Taylor one day last tle vet positive influence of Dr. Hull's week. Haby Syrup overcomes so quickly tho Mrs. Mart. Turpin and family, of disorders of babyhood. are at Mrs. Blissett's this Don't waste time on untried remedies. week. Old Saul's Catarrh Cure has stood the Miss Ella Kasoy, of Plains, is spendtest of years. ing tho holidays with her brother, C. Judge Russell and His Son Trouble. in W. Kasey. What is ICAST6RIA1 Castoria olfl, harmless aaJ guide care for Complaints. Snpcrlor to Cator Oil, Parcgorlo or Narcotic Syrups. Children cry for Castoria. MU liona of Mothers Moss Castoria, 1891 FRANK S.COOK. -- : :- Infant' and ChlUrea's Pr. Saml Pltclicr'a LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES, DOOHS, Castoria cure Colic, Count I nation ; "I recommend Castoria for children' complaints, as superior to any prescription Sour Stomach, Dlarrhooa, Eructation ; known to me." II. A. Anciitn, M. D., Glret healthy sleep ; also aids digestion ; Without narcotic stupefaction. Ill So. Oxford Bt, Brooklyn, N.Y. Tub Ci.nt.icr Coktikt, 77 Murray St., NeirlTprk. in tho b'jnd above. Clovcrport suplied these people with their mail, no postollce being established on that side for many y ars afterward. A ferry had been established, however, between tho two point, and besides this quite a number ot persons owned skills, so that facilities were not wanting for the interchange of trade, which was of large proportions. John Gregory, now the oldest man in Clovcrport, who moved here in 1830 f om the neighborhood of Hock Lick, k.'pt the ferry for many years. Of those living in Clovcrport at that time, only himself and three others survive. wood-yar- d Mr. Tate kept a The country being sparsely settled did not present a very inviting appearance, .ind even repeated trips to various neighborhoods failed to inspire a raw youth with that degree of enthusiasm that ade it an unmixed pleasure to traverse it forests and ravines, its hills and hol-- l ws, its basins and plains. Kverything seined strange the names of tho peo-- . e were strange, many sounded queer, P e forests had a singular appearance, t ic species and growth of the trees were ii.together different to the forests and p ny old fields of Virginia. The creeks any size were like so much still witer not like the streams of other localities of that any place near the river, and (. ie was most singularly lost sight of altogether in many places. Every land-it- . ark, every object, seemed to indicate a n 'W order of things. 11 The bondsmen of A. K. Hussell, tho collector of railroad taxes for Marion county, have instituted a sensational suit against Mr. Hussell and his assistants, Messrs. A. K. Hussell, J. M. Hains and Win. Hains. They have asked attachments for $12,344 against the property of the defendants to secure them from loss by that amount which is said to be duo from the collectors to the county, and thoy also ask nn injunction to prevent the collections of any more taxes by tho defendants. The allegations of the petitioners are sensational. They assert that J. M. Hains has bought tenortwelvo houses and lots in Lebanon, and has paid for them with tax money, and that he has paid for property at Middles-boioug- h with funds from the samo source. It is further asserted that this property has been mortgaged, with tho intent of defrauding the sureties. A. K. Hussell is accused of spending $(1,500 of money in building and furnishing a new residence, and of having sold part of his property to shut oft" his sureties. The suit has created a great sensation, although not wholly unexpected. Rumors have been adrift for some time to the effect that the tax collectors were involved and the taxes have been due to the county for some months past. The parties are prominent, one of the sureties and plaintifis being Circuit Judge W. E. Hussell, late candidate for Congress, and another of the plaintifis is Judge Hussell's son, S.A.Russell. The tax collector, whom these gentlemen are suing, is Judge Hussell's brother. tx Mr. J. T. Mitcham has returned from River View. Do wonder what takes him there so often Mr. Lemuel Dent, Jr., accidentally shot his finger ofF Christinas morning wljilc shooting Christmas guns. Miss Minnie Garner, of Evcleigh, is spending the Christinas holidays with her aunt, Miss Argent Mercer. Mr. Ed Hardin has gone back to his days of youth and plays dolls for amusement. Tho girls are all anxious to know what he is going to do with that big doll he has in his possession. Rosettn has been asleep. Her citizens seem to think young folks never need a cheer, consequently such a thing as a party is never talked of, though often thought of and carried out when the old folks go visiting. With the approach of tho new year farmers that rent arc changing base. Mr. Richard Johnson has moved his family on a farm near Garfield; Mr. Glenn llnnlaway, who had Mr. II. B. Head's farm, has secured tho Tyding's farm near Irvington and moved his family on Christmas Eve day. 'Tis Christmas time verily. Naturo is clothed in a sheet of ice. Poor old Santa Claus had to pull through a rough night in order to give his dear charges their accustomed Christmas cheer. Tho dear little boys and girls should never forget to offer up nightly prayers for ono who seldom forgets them. "Let como what come may." 1 UNION NATIONAL BANK DIRECTORS. Wm. P. Otter. R. F. Blke. W. T Grant, C. G Strater, John O. Rosrti. R W Wood. Fred Hoertz, jtuc W. Bernhclm, W. W. Drummond, John Docrhocfcr, James P. Curd, Henry llrockmin Pays Interest on Tims Deposits. Negotlatss Purchase and Sale ol Bonis. Solicits your Uutlnns GEO. W. SWEAR1NGEN, Pres. L. O COX, Cash SJLSHI &c ZBHiIIfcTIDS Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET. 15th & 16th STS., Cor. Hlxtli nnd Main Nt"., I.otilHVllle, Ky. SURPLUS, $60,000. CAPITAL $760,000. Happy Hoosiers. Win Timmons, Postmaster of Idavillo, Louisville, St. Louis & Texas 11. I Co. Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters has dono moro for me than nil other medicine combined, for that bad feeling nrising from Kidney nnd Liver trouble." John Leslie, TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect At 5;00 o'clck A. M 3STO. 17. farmer and stockman of same place sayB : Eatt Bound Tram. "Find Electric Bitters to be tho best WVI Bound Traint 62 Kidney and Liver medicino, makes mo 63 54 Mall & Mail & feel like n new man." J. W. Gardner, Hxpr's Uxpr's STATIONS Expr's Hxpr's hardware merchant, samo town, says.' Dally Dally Dally Dally Electric Bitters is just the thing fora man 6 25pm 8 05.im Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 1 05nm 9 06pm 820 U4U 860 rvcniucKy si. 1ZOU who is all run down nnd don't caro wheth720 West Point 1210 900 810 12 07pm 8 05 903 Howard er he lives or dies; ho found new strength 723 Hock Haven 745 1163am 7 45 920 good nppetite and felt just like he had a 76T Long Branch 1143 927 735 937 720 Ilrandenburfr 1134 new lease on life. Only 50c. a bottle, nt 804 9 40 Meade Springs 1130 807 722 9 40 Ekran 1124 710 G. W, Short's, Cloverport, Ky., nnd J. A 814 964 822 Guston 1110 707 Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. 10 (W 830 Irvington 068 1107 There is at tho News office a grape-sho- t taken from a log cut from a tree on the Shiloh battle grounds. Tho shot is ono of several found whllo the log was being y at tho LangstafT-Orm- e sawed up lumber mill, and bears the impress of tho saw, which just grazed the ball. It is also covered with wood fibers, and plainly shows from whence it came. There was not tho least indication of the track of the balls as they penetrated tho tree. The growth of the tree had covered up all such traces completely. Pad-uca- h to-da- Snnday.Ko7.30, , 1890 LOUISVILLE, KY. "Mention this paper. aU 'i: . r 6 is II 2hI.".I 8 3!) 8 47 1012 10 10 10 8fi0 9 U! 910 910 919 933 9 40 01 20 27 30 1044 10 19 962 1(1 1003 1014 1017 10 21 10 41 10 65 1062 1100 1114 1120 1137 1144 1151 1160im 12 03pm 1221 Welister Lodiburg l'lercc Sample Stcphcnsport Addison Holt Clovcrport 1058 1061 1030 10 20 10 42 1021 1018 10 03 6 49 0 41 630 624 615 0 09 606 W'jJm. rm: .rra Hi ' w 1- n 1 - r - r I . V Hawesllle Lcwfsport 1'owcrs Pates Owcnsboro Mattingly Stanley Worthir.gton Spottsville llasketts nr.IIcmlcrs'n Iv & Kulcon Caycc Skilltnan I'etrle Shops 965 9 44 9 32 913 900 8 47 8 32 923 917 6 21 612 505 6 01 465 4 as 4 25 6 61 6 43 6 31 iAfwQf Erl B2HiirOn ...it IBItis8ss!I ft5H rxAumA.r S. ivrtpia vmuiL, IK T- -. iiMU. Courier-Journa- l. Hut amid all these strange surround-- n gs came that welcome cheer, the fnundly grasp of hand, from the people ic their homes however rude and hiiin-- I that home might appear that so si on makes one forget for the time lie-- ii c that he is in a strange land and Old Chronic Coughs are relieved more speedily by "C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure," than any other remedy. Sold by J. W. Owen. Dr. Meiidenhall experimented for fifteen years before he was convinced that he had perfected in "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," the best remedy on earth for Cough and Colds. Sold by J. V. Owen ii.nong strange people. "Makes the w'tole world akin." This feeling, the n. tur.il instinct of kind hearts, was v inced not only by the heads of fami-1- . s, but by the children as well, the g'iiwn-u- p beys and girls not excepted. It did not take long to a.sccitain the i. use to some extent, at least, of this f ding, for soon as your answer to the question, where are you from? was given, most of them said, we, too, are fi mi Virginia different sections of the but a large proportion of the peo-- p e of lireckenridge, more especially of (J.iality Corner, were Virginians; nor I'd it go long unannounced to a stranger. A. J. Elmore, now living in Tallin's Bottom, when first met with, remarked that he was from North Carolina, "near the Virginia line," and probably makes that reply to this day, emphasizing the latter clause. Native Kentuckians, however, were in no wise f friendly and sociable, ever ready to befriend and accommodate, and always expressed high opinions of Virginians. lc-t- An Attempt to Wreck a Train. The Henderson Gleaner says: "Early yesterday morning some villain evidently intent on train wrecking, broke the lock on the switch at Soapcr's Siding, about two miles from the city, on the 'Texas' road and threw the switch. About !) o'clock Engineer Doc Austin, in charge of yard engine No. !, left the city en route to Itaskett with a force of colored laborers aboard a flat car loaded with cinders. On reaching the siding the engine passed over the switch, but the flat car ran onto the side track, and was derailed, turning bottom upwards. The men aboard were thrown in all directions, but fortunately escaped injury. The disaster was reported to Supt. A. M. McCracken (who came down from Louisville yesterday) and he at once gave orders that the switch be spiked, to prevent further trouble and jeopardy to trains." A Child Killed. Another child killed by the use of opiates given in the form of Soothing syrup. Why mothers give their children such deadly poison is surprising when they can relieve the child of its peculiar troubles by using Dr. Acker's Haby Soother. It contains no opium or morphine. Sold byG. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky. and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. have been l'J,U75 hogsheads. The sales amounted to 15,741 hogsheads, and the w ith those offended. amount now on hand is 5,371). Owing to a light crop the receipts have not been One of the many incidents which up to the average. There was a considseined strange to the writer, occurred erable quantity of the preceding year's in Grayson county on his first trip to crop on hand at the beginning of the that section. Ho had been directed to year which allowed the sales to run sevChildren like to take "C. C. C. Certain tli house of a certain planter, a leading eral bundled hosgheads above the aver- Chill Cure," tho pleasant and guaranteed in in in his neighborhood, and reached age. cure for Fever, Ague and Malaria better tb to about night, meeting with a cor-d- i Sold by J. AV. Owen. than Quinine. il reception anil an invitation to reAll the principal window glass manuif your appetite is gone nothing will in .in overnight, which was gladly ac-facturers, from Pittsburgh west, have restore it more quickly than "C. C. C. pted. It was the season for sugar-i- n formed a combination for regulating the Certain Chill Cure," tho great Tonic and iking a new thing again making side and prices of that product. The guaranteed cure for Chills and Fever. si gar from water which dripped from title of the concern is The American Sold by J. W. Owen. ti es, that had been tapped, into little Window Glass Company," with a chief ti ugliH made for the purpose, and gath- office at Pittsburg, probably, and branchLook out for confidence men, farmers. ered in larger vessels and emptied into es in Chicago and San Francisco. Deal- Don't sign anything. Common trick la'ge iron kettles at the sugar camp in ers predict a sharp advance in prices among these scoundrels to get a recoipt th i woods. After supper we repaired to 'within the next few weeks. for future delivery of fruit trees, seeds, the sugar camp, where tho fire had been fertilizer, or some other article of use on started under the kettles and the sugar There is Only One. tho farm, and convert it into n promismust bo stirred on" this frequently in There is only one Swift's Sjiccillc (S. sory note, to negotiato at a bank or elsetho nature of a frolic, or party, and al-- S. S.), mid there is nothing like it. Do where. Deal only with people you know lys a big time for the children; so not be deceived by the numerous imita- nnd can trust. most of the family went, including three tions, substitutes, frauds, etc., which aro ile ughters, all about grown, bright, pret- being pushed on the public by persons Is Consumption Incurable?; ty and fascinating. All enjoyed the oc- whose desire is to make money on the Read the following: Mr. 0. II. Morcasion, and necessarily remained late, credulous. S. S. S. is a distinct medicine, ris, Newark, Ark., says: "Was down so that on returning' to the house but is different from any other remedy. It with abscess of lungs, and friends and lit to ceremony was required for retiring. must not.be classed withthe old worn-ou- t physicians pronounced me an Incurable Tho house contained one large room, potash, mercury, sarsaparilla, Consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's wiih a small kitchen detached; in this articles, which New Discovery for Consumption, am now room were three beds. The writer was aro advertised, as it is not at all like them. on my third bottle, and ablo to oversea aligned to one and told to retire, the S. S.S. cures by eliminating tho poison the work on my farm. It Is the finest ol. folks, with several children, took an- from tho blood by Hb action on the skin, medicine ever made." Jesse Decatur, Ohio, other, and tho three grown daughtere and never fails to give relief and build "Had itMiddlowart. for Dr. King's says: not been New the other. up the health of the patient. Our treat- Discovery for Consumption I would have ise on Wood and Skin Disease will give tiled of Lung Troubles. Was given up by and wjll Trydoctors- Am now in best of health." Next morning the family were up much valuablo information, it. Sample bottles free nt G. W. early ; tho two beds were made up anil be mailed free to applicants. Short's, Clovcrport, Ky.,and J. A.Witt's, Swift Si'i:cmo Co., Atlanta, On. Hnrdlnsburg, Ky tho room swept. Somo had gone to the anti-lotter- It pleased the planteis to have tobacco buyers riding out among them to look at tobacco, but if one happened to dock too laavily, or paid some one secretly a si mil premium, and it was found out, lie at once rendered himself unpopular Faducah Tobacco Market. Paih'iaii, Dec. .'10. The receipts of tobacco on this market for the year 18!)0 SHORTEST, QUICKEST Is the complaint of thousands suffering AND BEST LINE TO from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. Did yon ever try Dr. Acker's English Dauphin's Successor. Itemcdy ? It is tho best preparation AND ALL POINTS Nkw Orleans, Dec. 30. The death of known for all Lung troubles. Sold on a South-Wes- t. of the Louis- positive guarantee n't 25c. and 50c. by G. M. A. Dauphin, President iana Lottery Company, will not affect W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and AVitt & in Effect Dec, 16, 1888. d that institution, and it will go before tho Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. people of Louisiana in 1892 on tho quesArrflt. Louis 7:45 ' ...7:25 " At the Children's festival. tion of tho extension of its charter. Evanivllle 2:25 " 9:50 p.m. Dr. Dauphin was not a stockholder, but For further Information, oall on or address, simply its manager. lie had thoroughYOUNG HfflOES ) JOS. S 0DI0RNE, ly mastered all the details of tho lottery aen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. business, and was invaluable on that acB. L. BRYANT, Trav. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. count. His name was also of value to the company as all suits wero brought by him, and both in tho mail and express business thousands of orders for lottery tickets were sent to him. He has been in bad health for years, and his death was expected at any time. until tho last ho managed the You will find business of the company with great skill. Ho died a wealthy man. It is understood that Mr. Geo. W. Nott, postmaster of the city under Grover Cleveland, will succeed Dauphin in tho Presidency of Deacon Bargoo Our little friend. tho company. Mr. Nott lost his position Sissy Milliken, will now give na a recitaof postmaster here largely because it tion called "Tho Mighty Cataract of Of all kinds and Prices. was believed that lie was too friendly to Niagara." Now. don't bo ufraid, Sissy. y Retho lottery company, an sw TMf publican succeeding him. sSrW We're not waiting for tho bats and moles, but for men and women who hnvo eyes nnd use them, who have brajns and reason There's a new world for them, suffering and sickly as they are a new world created from the brain of n skill ful physician a discovery the "Golden Medical Discovery." Years ago Dr. Pierce found out that the secret of all scrofula, bronchial, throat and lung trouble lay in the beginning at least in impure blood and the weak tone of the system; that tho way to cure these effects was to remove the cause, that human nature being the same, the same results might be looked for in nearly all cases. So confident war he that the exceptions were uncommon that he took the risk of giving the medicine to those it didn't benefit fornothing and the results have proved that he was right. And "Golden Medical Discovery" is the remedy for the million ! The only guaranteed Liver, Blood and Lung renio-dYour money back if it doesn't help you. y. 1100 1118 1120 1137 1165 1235 12 45 1259 107 117 137 12 05pm 146 12 204IH 2 00pm 822 80S 759 417 4 0'. 728 719 7 47 360 3 40 News. 7 05im 331 323 310pm LouisviFIevHardfnsburg Western i).R, We Can And So Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for No. 5 TIME TABLE it has been fully demonstrated to the Taking Effect nt 6.00 o'clock a. ra. Sunday people of this country that it is superior September 28, 1890. to all other preparations for blood disWest Hound Trains East Hound Trains eases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic Dally Dally D.illyTDally poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions nnd Pim- ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun 1 No. 6 No. No. ples. It purifies the whole system and 6 30.H11 11 16un I.v Irvington Ar 9 2 No. 6 45am 5 45p thoroughly builds up the constitution. 1142 4 60 715 Garfield 912 1168am Harncd 7 37 4 26 852 For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., 7 45 12 05pm 8 44 Junction 416 4 00 7 65 1213 Hardinsburg 8 37 & Meador, Hanlinsburg, Ky. and Witt 828 1223 8 28 910 8 03 Jolly 3 00 Keports from the winter wheat region 9 47 12 47 7 44 105 Glcndeane 2 20 120 Hockvale 7 29 show a good condition of tho plants in 1015 146 1029 129 7 20 Itnth 129 nearly all the States, including Kentucky, 10 41 135 12 48 Asklns 712 14S Oaks 657 1224 but in many plnces snow is. needed to 1101 11 20pm 2 00pm Lv 6 45amjl2 00m prevails cover them. A severe drouth 's of THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AI3 LINE. over nearly all of Illinois, d Missouri, half of Iowa and about (L. B. 4 ST. h. R. R.) of Indiana. e two-thinone-thir- fi? f a. o o d ho ris"e?wt te .who uses SAPOUO. if is well saadrf he mouse MRU mmmmi -- Tv.. 852 12 30 Junction Kirk 3 48 815 3 23 ft- Cleanliness and neatness about a house are necessary to Insure comfort. Man likes comfort, and if he can't find it at home, he will seek elsewhere for it Good housewives know that SAPOLIO makes a house clean and keeps it bright. Happiness always dwells in a comfortable home. Do you want cleanliness, comfort and happiness? Try SAPOLIO and you will be surprised at your success. your house clea.nAIl grocers keep is muzzled inherhouseVTry ih&nd keep BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Single Gtrap Track Can't Sleep Nights NES Prico, $17. the very best SAVE MONEY BY BUYING We can sell you The Leather, Workmanship and Finish are oi St. Louis. Evansville s m Bt West and Time-Car- DIRECT. Harness at from $6.00 up. Road Carts from $9.50 up. 00. 8END FOR OATALOOUE. Jf A0ME JIANUPAOTUBING INDIANAPOLIS, IND. GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC syrup. The smallest infant will take it and never know it is medicine, Children cry for it. Never falls to Chills once broken will not return. Tost yon only half the price of other Chill Tonics. No quinine needed. No purgative needed. Contains no poison. Cheaper than Old Stand - By's It it at pleasant to the taste as lemon enre. Nev-erthles- s, HOUSE. STOVES Of Every Description. GROSS-CU- T fTB'l Il1AmvlUSS. ' "kl '! .SlafllalalRB1991fIJ&"kA&aMalria?:K9H It purifies the It blood and removes all malarial poison from the system. is as large as any dollar tonio anr RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. quinine. YOUNG HFROIS i socurr. KHH HARDWARE PUMPS, SA WS, Ml.tKTt1., ssHHisssVBIF?? Jsw r2 :&allsssFaAPS: : , !HpM !iMM; i;iKpH WARRANTED -Patau VtDicmt Co., rauW. Teoo.j Drue d4 m three iottn of vour Qroft'i TuU-le- u Chill Toolo. I wm vletied with tb lot from yon Utt fummrr. Tbt ptofiU vtrt delffbtr4 lrlth It. I your Chill to lonii who wcrt fift and. wauhy Tod toemaciated, cblldrtn had ehronlo pal and turlnf chilli for monthi put, cue f tbem for a year, and within three weeki after beclonlof with the Chill Tools tbej were hale and hearty with red and roe Chisrkt II aiad Ilka a.bana. IV, tV. 8T1NSQK, M. Couiutilli, Utt., Deo. lit 1688, fMH' sick-headac- P. VOU SA&B UV FLUE TILIJVG, MANTLES $ GRATES, CLOVERPORT, KY Of all Kinds, Agent for Henry Diston & Son, Saws. Belting, &c, &c. Sissy I think I was wrong in Tho Deacon Iron Roofing for Sale or put on calling it u.Vccitntion, brethren. I should the building. Also you can get Furniture in have said 'imitation." Puck. anything niadc in the Tin, Copper endless varieA Duty to Youisolf. and Sheet Iron line. ty. I am now It is surprising that people will use a common ordinary pill when they can back at my old flTGuns and l'isjols repaired. secure n valuable English ono for tho stand and resamo money. Dr. Acker's English pills J. L. MILLER, for and aro a positive euro spectfully solicit . all liver troubles. They nro small, sweet, CLOVERPORT, KY. .the patronage of easily taken, nnd do not gripo. Sold by the public. G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & HEEE WE AEE AGAIN ! Ysn Meador, Hardinsburg, Hniifp Hill Ky. TAKEN UP. &) JM fominaabari..nmad.al wutk fur m, by Aim rasa. Ait.lln. f.iaa. and Juo. Ilonn. lolena. Ulila. Ha. rut. Olhtraandolaiaawtll. Wkjr hoi y.ar Bom ram oytr vov.w .iioulh. Von rati do Ilia woik anil lira 11 borne. whrrvTtryotlara. Kraaba a1nniraarelljr aamlnff frara Sa la IUailar.Allar.a. Weiaow jail haw and atari you. Ian worh la ana ra Una or all ibailma. Ills moaty or work-ar- a. N Il.lfullstl.fc Co., Ilox MHOl'orlluiid.Mnlii KW Fallura unknown amoBfthaoi. and wondarriil. ParttatUra frea. Token up nsnn ajtroy by Jesse F, Lewis, living three miles south east of Hardinsburg, in BreckenrldcB county, Ky., on .the 1st day of December, 1890, one black ateer, two yean old, market! witn iwaiiowrorit in me rignt tar and bble In left ear nnd supposed to weigh 00 pounds, but having no other marks and wbiob I havo appraised at tte value of $12.00 this December 1st, 1890. 0. F. BLACK, J. P. R. 0. FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices.