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T',e TO1' to "Pill,,c "c" through printer's Ink. p THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. tCLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1891. 5 Gnosis Tradesman, this newspaper clr eulates in the homes, of peeph buying the kind of goods you msj' have to sell. Moral Invite their to your store. . VOL. XV. NO. 26. I at Camp Nineteen. 37 lbs. Of Flour and 10 lbs. of Bran is what we give in By PRANKLIN PILE. (Copyright. rtebtt reierred.) CHAPTER II. All THINGS THAT THE MOON SHONE ON. 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.. Tho vinuds of the supper nt Camp Nineteen differed hardly any from thoso of its eighteen predecessors, nnd tho sameness of tho faro had begun to offend thoso of the party accustomed to any degree of luxurious variety; but this time thero was ono feminine oater and her presence made tho occasion almost a convivial banquet. Douce Low had a seat on tho rough bench at tho end of the tablo with the magnates of tho camp. Sho was at tho right hand of Boss Donald,, tho chief of the party. Next to her on tho other side was Will Brown, who treated her as his own guest, and his courtesies kept Donald, who was not n smooth man, from treat- No 3 we give 33 to 34 lbs. and 10 lbs. of Bran. ing her with a flippancy which her worn clothes and battered father would otherwise liavo incited. Directly across the tablo was Jack High at elbows with a black whiskered foreman or contractor named Aleck Wiams, whoso part in the expedition was to provide workmen and conveyances for transporting and planting tho telegraph poles. Jack was loquacious and Wiams was icticentj so they were paired happily for supper conversation, because nearly all the speech was by ono and the listening almost wholly by the other. From further down the long table, oven from where tho merest manual laborers sat at the other end, came glances of curiosity and tho sounds of uncommon vivacity, all caused by tho tattered girl, to whom Will Brown could not have been more deferential if her gown ha'l been fcilk. The eating was unprecedentedly hearty, in consequence of the zest imparted to the general appetite, nnd it was twilight by tho time tho table was quitted. Almost immediately a full, unclouded moon began to illumine the camp, and a breeze so faint as to hardly make the long shadows of tho foliage waver in the grass carried away the heat which the sun had left behind. There was no chair in Camp Nineteen. But Will Brown politely conducted Deuce Low to a spot of grassy upholstery at tho foot of a tree, where sho might sit with her back comfortably against the smooth bark. Tho moon beautified tho face into which it shone. The sunburnt skin became alabaster, tho hair showed its brown tints glossily, and the eyes glistened with reflected light. Whatever sho thought of these advantages, or of tho still more potent ono of being tho only girl her companion had seen in weeks, tho consciousness was not divulged in her resting, careless attitude, nor in her childishly unalert manner. Will strotched himself on the grass before her, and by chance or choice ho lay in the shadow of the tree's trunk. He fancied that from his comparative obscurity he could gratify his admiration of the illumined face without breaking etiquette's law against staring. They talked trivially of their immediate surroundings, then about each other a little and at length Will said: "By what namo may I call you?" The quality of Flour we give was never equaled in this section. We take grain off the cars and load it on again and pay freight one way when sent by rail. 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Uallara a taarlalhrlrawnlocalltlaa.whmrrrrthfrlha.lvrlllalaofuraUh Ilia alluallau ar amuloyinel,al m Mrb y.iv ran ram tkalaluount I.llyatul quickly Nwroout. furmaualfaaauccra.fulaaab.tva. Irarnail I Jaalra but oua worker from oerb tllafrlcl orciunty I Iiavaalra4y laaybt auu provldrd wltb n.Iuyni.nt a larra number, Kb. ara maklna; ortr $ tOOO a year earn. II a Nil V and MUI.II. KallnanlcutaraaV'KUU. Auurraaaloara, Aiiuiiata, Btulue. IU V. AXI.H1V, llox mm ce, 4., Notice the label en your paper arid menith. II rHr time eplri) dollars? Say, does it go?" With a quick look of inspection, but without touching tho watch, Jack High remarked that as for him ho nover rejected a gentleman's collateral. It was Aleck Wiams who should have declined the offer, because he recognized the watch at a glance as belonging to Boss Donald, and instantly reasoned that Old Jugg, made desperato by a possible chance to get some whisky money, trusting to luck to restore tho timepiece, and induced by his ravening appetito for alcohol to lapse in his redeeihing quality of honesty, had sneokingly stolen it. But Wiams assented to a third hand at the game, and tho watch figured in lieu of money in Old Jugg's bets. But not for long. Its thief, who viewed himself us a boomer, was soon an unporturbed player, with tho watch safe in his pocket "By what name may I call yout" and a dozen bank notes besides. Some"Oh, Deuce Low," she lightly replied. thing like $500 had been won from "That's an insulting sort of nickname," Wiams by tho two others when tho loser he protested. remarked that ho had lost enough, and "I don't think bo," sho answered. "II the gamo was stopped. my tall dad was to bo called Jack High "I've divided all my ready money bewasn't it well enouga to name his short tween you," he said, "and pay day for daughter Deuce Low? I haven't always my gang is day after next." found so much consideration as that "I'd enjoy lending yon something," since wo started from Omaha for Okla- said Jack High. homa." "Not a bit moro'n I would,Mr. Wiams," "And what makes you go to Oklahosaid Old Jugg Brown. ma?" "No, thank you,' was the reply. "Well, we're alone in tho world dad ','You haven't bankrupted me, and I'm and I; and we're rovers yes, adventurnot whimpering. Good night to you," ers. Dad thinks we may prosper in tho and ho strode away to his tent. now territory. I've n voice to sing with, The two winners were very jocular. and feet to danco with" They linked anus as they strolled along. "And a face to bowitch with." Then Brown1 thought of tho watch nnd Instantly tho glistening in the girl's got away from his companiSn long eyes increased, as thero was tho sudden enough to replace it whore it belonged, moisturo of tears to reflect tho moonbut ho was back again in a minute. It shine, and sho was silent. Tho young was 10 o'clock and, tho camp was nearly man lind spoken so honestly that he did all asleep. Thoso who were only dozing not perceive how his blunt compliment as yet were first to hear the low, soft had pained her. He went on: "Your commencement of a song. singinjj and dancfather whilo you're "That's my daughter's voice," Jack ing in somo Oklahoma concert hall High remarked with proprietary pride. what will he bo doing for an income?" Other listeners, and especially those Should he not whom tho melody awakened from slumSho was resentful. improved ber, may have drowsily imagined that it have already found out by her language and her decorous manner towas supernal; but as tho smgiug grew ward him that sho was by education and louder and stronger, and tho words of a experience better than the condition of familiar sentimental nong were enunciwayfaring in which sho had come" to ated, the hearers recalled Deuce Low Camp Nineteen? Yet he could mention and know that Bhe was tho vocalist. It her pretty face as directly as though she was an agreeable disturbance of the had already reached Oklahoma and the;' quiet of the night, uud when it ceased were clianco acquaintances across a tho unseen audience clapived hands and tablo in a concert hall. Her desire to made a great outcry of delight. Then, impress him favorably was gone, nnd afraid that tho hubbub would keep the without a waver of gaze or voico she singer silent instead of inciting her to shortly answered: "My dad'a a gambler, begin again, the men ceased their noise and he's down on his luck. If he's to play and waited. The two .fathers found their for grubstakes hell do boy and girl still at the treo. Deuco sat in tho streets till I get an engagement. leaning ag'alnst tho trunk as they had If ho strikes it rich enough he'll deal left her, Uud the moonbeams had not faro in n den of his own." ceased to glorify her f.ice, into which an "And yon?" Will exclaimed, shocked expression of tranquility had comer An of iueffnblo tenderness had softened the by wluit she had euid and her way saying it, but with no idea that she had pretty lineaments and all trnco of spoken otherwiso than heedlessly; "what was gone. It was as though does ho intend to do with yon?" tho woman, which sho had hardly 'beu face "Didn't you yourself say I had come, had sung a lullaby to the child, to bewitch with?" and sho held her visage which sho had barely ceased to bo, and still for him to examine. "Oh, Dad '11 so a sorenity of rejvoso had settled down lo very well with me in Oklahoma." upon the popr little, adventuress, Tu Meanwhile hat reprehensible father threo-card-mon- to tance. "Hush!" said Jack High, but this time Old Jugg was about to flout tho command, for who was this frayed vagabond that he should presume to dictate silence? At that instant Jack High won a stake, and wadded the money into a pocket already full. Old Jugg exclaimed, indulging liis mannerism of spelling out tho first syllable with more convincing emphasis than orthography, yet keeping his voico down to n hoarse whisper; "but you're a winner, sure sure. You didn't havo a dollar when you struck the camp" "Pray, don't interrupt us," Jack High hastily interposed. "Oh, don't let mo pester you. What I want's to jine in to jino in." "Can't bo done without money," said Wiams, who knew that Will Brown's discipllno of the erring father permitted no money to him when within a day's walk of a barroom; "so you're barred out." Old Jugg heaved a deep sigh and walked away only to return five minutes later. He squatted by tho stone, covertly disclosed a gold watch in his palm and said, with a flabby attempt at braggadocio, "Does my watch go for ten was seated with Ateot "Vlaim ten rods distant. A flat stone was botween them, and on its smooth surface wore the cards and bash of a gamo of poker. Tho moon made light enough for the players, and they wcro engaged so earnestly that no other talk than the play required was indulged in. When thoy spolco it wai in very low voices, too, and it wai manifest that thoy did not care to bo discovered. 'Neither man could have told, if he had tried to, exactly how the game had been brought about, nor could either have recalled anything in his own case hut engerriess for it. Jack High had airily remarked at tho beginning, ns ho drew his only dollar from a vest pocket, "Thero's plenty where that came from,' and so thcio was if ho meant tho government mint; but Wiams did not demand an insignt ot tuo pocket, and so the first bluif i.i this gams of poker was mado and won by tho professional gambler. Nor did he require other capital than that single dollar. Ho played to the end of tho first hand with only the coin and promissory words, and afterward ho had a steadily increasing number of bank notes provided by Wiams' losses. Luck and skill allied themselves on his side of the stone, and his accumulation of one dollar and two dollar bills at length bulged tho pockets that had been empty before, "Oh, hero you be, gents?" and tho intruding figure of Old Jugg Brown stood before tho players. "Yes hero you be." His inebrioty had passed off, and ho was not only sober but also pompous with tho official duty of being the night watchman of tho camp. He was too untrustworthy to be hired for regular work, manual or mental; yet on his ion's account, and under the regulating tnfluonco of that circumspect young man, he wasomployed to guard the portable property of the expedition whilo the rest of tho company slept. He was now making his first slow, sauntering round for the evening, and lie promptly Intermitted his patrol to sit down. "Playin' fer keeps, too," ho continued, with wistful eyes on tho several bills that lay on the stone. "Hush!" said Wiams, and Old Jugg jbeyed, for Wiams was a man of impor- Half a century had not bent her stalwart form, and as sho alighted from the horse she stood a physically commanding figure, oven in a gathering of men. A bright handkorchief turbaned her head and a gaudy shawl wrapped her shoulders. sliadow"of tho treo "hail shifted with the higher rise of tho moon, leaving Will Brown out in tho light; but ho no longer took care to screen his rapt regard of his guest, and this may havo been ho perceived that ho was not a consequential factor in producing her placid contentment. "You nor mo hain't held as pretty a pair ez them," whispered Jugg, his exultation over the game assorting itself in his language. "They'd bo winners, sir; winners,'' Jack asserted, vivaciously. and Jugij's pa"My son's a ternal vanity easily likened his gracefully posed son to somo vaguely renlom bered hero of llmo lit theatricals. "And my daughter's a retorted Jack, adopting tho other's spelling out whim of speech rather mockingly and with immenso emphasis on that syllable which mado tho word exclusive to femininity. Tho two men wcro not likely to bo harmonious in oulogiuin of their offspring. They were silenced, however, by tho youngsters themselves, who began to sing together. It was a ditty with nonsensical words but a captivating melody, and tho night air received it with all acoustic kindness; with discrimination, too, for it carried tho tuneful notes far beyond the reach of the doggerel rhymes. At the end of tho verso what sounded for an instant like an echo, but which developed into a refrain by n third singer, came from the distance. Tho voico was high and strong, with a strenuous unction seldom heard elsewhere than at a religious camp meeting, and with the unmistakable twang of an Will and Deuce sang another verso and again the approaching voico repeated the chorus with arioso vim. Tho campers emerged from their tents and wagons, the sentimental loungers at tho tree stood up, their fathers joined tho increasing group and all watched tho persons who were coming into view on mustang ponies. Ono of thebo was the assertivo vocalist, and she looked more like a witch than a siren as she rode into tho throng. She was a negress, with the sooty blackness of a native African, but without the usual accompanying ugliness of face. Afro-America- n. Wiams walked into the nRseui-bla"What's that you're saying?" he excliiimcd. "You've been playing poker with me? Why, I haven't touched a card in months. Aud you, Jugg where could you get money to skirt in with? If you two aro in a scrape it won't help you out to go to lying. I was fast asleep frcta 8 o'clock till I heard the singing." Al-xj- friend," said Jack, witii professional "The money may bo bogus; I don't know, for wo havo only just on it at poker from Mr. Wiams." "That's a fact," Jugg hoarsely added: "wo just won it from Mr. Wiams." calm. I ask for your patronage and propose to give you in return full value for SOLID TRUTHS! EVEEY DOLLAR Therefore g. Left at my store. I call your nttention to my new and handsome line of Goods, consisting of FARM IMPLEMENTS Such as I CHAPTER III. THE CANVAS JAIL. EMPIRE DRILLS, OLD HICKORY WAGONS SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS, AVERY, MEIKLE & URA CLIPPER STEEL PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVELS, SHOP MADE SINGLE SHOVELS, Aui? ("'U.'?0 ?f 1,ow aml Machine repairs, Wagon Material, Iron o all kinds, Shingles, Doors, Sash and a full line of Hardware, Lime, Sal and Cement, llrick and Tiling for flues and drainage, and pipe, and a full line of Tinware. Water Drawers and Pumn Grass and Clover Seed of all kinds. Trunks, Buggies, Road CaiV ' Phaetons and Spring Wagons. J. B. JONES' PURE RAW BONE HEAL. 6rCash paid for Country Produce, such as Hides, Feal'hers, Epgs, &c. My house is situated on Seminary Street, opposite Public Hall. Everything new and good quality, and selected with the view of pleasing all, as I at.i working for trade my best endeavors will be to Save Money for all who favor me with their patronage. COOK AND HEATING STOVES JN$?VK, "iZ "I'se glad to sco yo'sels, an' I's hopin' my singin' hasn't 'sturbed yo," bIio said oratorically. "When I hcahs music I caint try to hold my gawp deed Icaint. Dough singin' haint my perfes'n'ble 'ployment. I'se a houdoo fortin toller." Her companion was a man of 150, with shaven yellow face, but with none of the facial characteristics of a mulatto. His garb was that of a cowboy. Ho still sat astride his horse, in silent scrutiny of the company, and this singular eying of the campers would not havo passed unnoticed if tho negress had not been tho genoral attention. "What's your night riding for?" Boss Donald roughly demanded to know. "Aro you sure yon haven't stolen these horses? I guess you'd better stay with us till morning, to see if somebody doesn't como chasing you." "Chasing us?" and tho yellow man's first utteranco was quizzical. "We ain't chased wo chase." Ho checked himself abruptly, and added iu a docile tore: "Oh, we'll stop tho night with you if you want us." "Ho'a my son," tho negress volubly resumed. "Deed, fo'ks, he's my son. We'd trabblin' towa'd Oklahoma." "Fortune seeking?" Will Brown suggested. "An' fortin' telling, boy," and she chuckled over her own wit "Who wants Queen Sheeb t' prophecy? Er does yo' nither buy a houdoo cha'm?" Tho superstitious instinct of a ganbler epoko out in Jack High. "What you got, auntie?" he asked. "Genuwin houdoo luck cha'ms, sah. Nebber fail, sah," and sho brought out a handful of small bags. "Mado o' rattler skin, sah, an' fillod wid seben luckies hahd to get, sah, an' cheap at a dollah." "All alike?" and ho examined tho charm bags with His eyes, seemingly uverso to touching tho uncanny things. "Jes' alike, sah lr'm crow's tongue t' dead chile's too nail, dey's ebery ono got do right seben ingred'nts into 'em. An' dey was put t'godder wif de truo houdoo cer'mony at de tu'n ob do moon." Jack choso ono of them, put it into his pocket, and handed a paper dollar to Queen Sheeb. Old Jugg Brown bought one, too, and also paid for it with ono of tho dollars won from Aleck Wiams. The yellow man slid out of his saddle nnd eyed tho money as it was received by tho negress. His eagerness was very He took the two notes demonstrative. from her hand and held them up for a closo inspection, searching for some peculiarity of their print. Then ho became suddenly domineering in manner and ' dictatorial in tone. , "I want yon, and you," ho cried, indicating tho two men who had bought the charms. "This is counterfeit mono', and I've got a warrant for your arrest." "For my arrest?-'- ' gasped Jack. Old Jugg was dumb with amazement. "Here's tho document," the stranger said, producing a crumpled but still legal looking pajer. "It calls for John Doe and Richard Roe, and the names vnll do for" yon, I guess. I'm a deputy sheriff and government detective, and you'll let me search you, if you please." Ho went at tho searching in such a prompt, professional way that tho astounded men offered no objection. He first took all the money from Jack High, examining and marking it piece by piece, and then he seized upon Old Jugg Brown's winnings iu the eame methodical manner, "How do wo know who and what you are?" Boss Donald interposed. "I don't believe I'll let a pair of fortune telling tramps fool with this camp." "Old Hannah is in tho houdoo line," was tho fellow's calm explanation, "I'm only a sort of traveling partner. Of course I ain't her son, and of courso the yellow on my face is butternut stain, l'vo been sent to do this job neat, and I'vo dono it. Hero's my credentials," and ho submitted a metal shield and a document to Donald. "But vou've blundered, mv cnuihlu is Miss Wallace." Farmero' Supply House, Habdinbbuko, Ky. Ono of tho prairie wagons was mado a prison for tho two captives. Tho walls were only canvas, and tho entrance had nothing moro like bars than the crossings of cord that tied tho flaps together. But Deputy Sheriff and Detective Allo-wa- y the cloth with human safeguards. Boss Donald was convinced of tho prisoners' probable guilt, and he felt that it was right to lend four workmen to tho duty of patroling around tho .A.T wagon until morning. He had no sympathy for Jack High, and not much for Old Jugg Brown; nnd his rudo kindliness to Deuco and Will found expression in a brusqno command to clear away from tho vehicle containing their fathers. "I'm sorry for yon, Will," ho said, gripping tho young man's shoulders with his brawny hands nnd bcowling into his face, "but you can't do anything for the old man As for you, Sis," and he grasped her wrist with scarcely lessened force, "what you want to do is to go to sleep. Now, don't cry." Thero was not tho faintest suggestion of tears in her frightened eyes, and the suggestion that they would shut themselves in sleep was so absurd that she could almost smilo at it. "Can't I stay with dad?" she pleaded. Many novelties will be added to the variety of its contents during Aleck Wiams had been active and inthe year 1891, and nothing will be left undone to please and gratify its sistent in helping Alloway to establish a Buro jail, and to Douco's request he subscribers. peremptorily said: "No, you can't. We don't proposo to givo him your sharp ITS SPECIALTIES FOR 1891 WILL BE wits to help his own in somo scheme to ORIGINAL ARTICLES ON PRACTICAL FARMING AND GARDENING escape. You nor Will can't go near SERIALS AND SHORT STORIES BY THE BEST AUTHORS. them till morning." WOMAN'S WORK AND WOMAN'S LEISURE. "Look here, Mr. Donald," tho girl perGEMS OF LITERATURE AND ART. sisted, ignoring Wiams, "you're all ORIGINAL FLASHES OF WIT AND HUMOR. making a mistake. My dad is a gambler, and ho can't bo called a circumspect gentleman; but ho isn't a counterfeiter and ho wouldn't cheat any man Answers to Correspondents Promptly and Fully Made. out of a nickel excopt in tho way of cards. Besides, ho hadn't any money, good or bad, when wo got here. You FROM- - "EVERY THE LATEST NEWS SECTION THE OF GLOBE, lcnow that," and sho appealed to Will Brown. (TO BE CONTINUED.) "Father, this young lady 1891 The Mew York Weekly Herald ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Is the Best and Cheapest Family Paper in the United States. WOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. t. Address, JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Let's reason together. Hero's a firm, ono of tho largest tho country over, tho world over : it has grown, step by step, through tho years to greatness and it sells patent medicine ! ugh ! "That's enough !" 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Kever falls to enre. Chills once broken will not return. ( ost yon only half the price of other Chill Tonics. Mo qninine needed. fTo purgative needed. Contains no poison. Cheaper than mSPii. u iiVaaraafcaBrSiWRU It purifies 1 -- NblS rVASaWM-WSanSwrasri Vl It the blood and removes all malarial poison from the system. is as large as any dollar tonio RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. quinine. vJ &vr.wj BANK OF ra!iEif: jSStHPHIaiSaaaPtl VOU HA I. IS JMY "SflflBr TaiiBBH -- WARRANTED CoaRMmii, Mim Dc U, MM. TiKtl VlDICIBI Co., PatfU. ! I PlrftM eo4 m tbre iottn ( your Orort'i Tutt-la- t Chill Toolo I wu pit vltk lb It from J tut lommer Tt? peoplt wen dllhtd with Iu I tT you Chill Tonic to oat thUdno vb vtrt ptlf n4 wfcrthytvad enUu4bftTU( hft4cfcrala ebllli for nontQi put, otto tf thorn (w ytar, & within tbrtt wttki afwr twglailof with th Chill jm Tonla thej were hilt ud htutj, with ClUrkl It tvUd Ul4 ft tbftrn. W. W. BIIKBOX, M. .0. rl ul t HAHDINSBUILG Capital Stock $25,000. D. F. BEARD, President. CLOVERPORT, KY WILL MILLER, M. II, DEARD, Cashier. G. W. DEAUD 1 HERE WE ARE AGAJ3T Directors. ! MORRIS ESKRIOGE J R. M. JOLLY. INTEREST Furuituro in endless variety. I am now back at my old stand and respectfully solicit the patronage of tho public PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. GREGORY & CO., Headquarter, for.. Reapers and Mlto, al- Grain Drills, FertiliaWCeent.ajMjch !gan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by tbe Barrel, Plaster Hair, Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring Orders acways kept on hand. companied by cash prompt ly tilled. FURNITURE. Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. w yr r Hi -- A I o- MF: v3l - r Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JAN'UAKY JNO.D?BABBAGE 21, 1891. V. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, Arjcnt &. WEBSTER, Corrcsp'nt Oh, the mud, the mud ! Mrs. Mary Lane is on the sick list. Mr. Ahmed Hoard is nt homo on a visit to his family this week. Mr. J. C, what success did you meet with on your trip to the country ? Minnie, don't put on your mourning yet, just wait until Jack starts. Hcmcmber the debate Friday night at and all come. the school-hous- o Mr. and Mrs. Akcrs, of Louisville, wpro the guests of Mrs. M. Lyddan last ' week. Miss Mamie Stitli, o Bcw'Ioyville, was the guest of Miss Minnie Mutbeney this week. Miss Lou, which is it? Some say Mr. D. and others Mr. G., but for my part I GUSTON. Mrs. Mollie Mills,- - who has. been on the sick list, is convalescent. Mr. Harry Bell is having another neat U.IIAnilAME . Editor ANNOUNCEMENT. L, H. & Vf. TIME TABLE. I... St. r.. & T. Local Time Card. Mall and Express going East "' Weal 10.05 -- 11.07 Express ' " ' Local Freight .West Knit West East..., a.m. 5.58 p.m. 9 27 jl.ro. 11.19 a.m. -- 10.05 a.m. ooixo WEST. Pmenger Dally arr. Hardlnsburg..l2:13 .. T:J5 Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. " noixo EAST. Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg.. 8:37 4:00 " Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. We are authorised to announce p.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. Ol'S. W. RICHARDSON, as a candidate for reelection to the Legislature from Meade county, subject to the action of the Demicratio primary, June 13, 1891. a.m. Notice. I have thls.day associated with me In business R. M, Jolly, of Irvington, Ky., who is a thorough business man, and well acquainted with the wants of the people, and known to be a close buyer, and I feet well assured that with his association with the business, we can make prices that will defy com. petitltion, it we propose to buy on a strictly cash basis and to give ur patrons the advantThanking the public for age of the tame. all past favors and asking a close inspection of our prices before buying elsewhere. I remain Yours Truly, .1. U. I1KNSLY. t . i i ll rf i T1IK COXVJMSIbX f)F IXGAI.LS. Thu speech of J. J. Iiifrnlla In the Pen-atJan. l.'ltli, Mliile it contains the eh!iraeterintic show of rhetoric anil bears the evidence of careful preparation, it is stamped by the npcnker' individuality, and, in the language of Htrect parlance, exhibits more "cheek" than any previous net of the man who controls the niot extensive vocabulary of anatlienuiH and vindicntives known to our language. Poor, old, demented Ingalls! Six moiitlm ago he could vote and labor in thu interest of combined capital, and gay that tlie golden rulo liad no place in politicsthe people be d d ; now he stands up and hurls wathiug alliterations at the chins' he once loved, and tries to gain the of the dear people by telling them of their oppression, as if he had just discovered it. Fortunately the people had discovered it long ago. No man makes such a radical change in his principles without a cause, and Mr. Ingalls and his brethren can never show another cause for his conversion but that of necessity. A change was necessary for him to ''stand in" with his constituency. The old creed would not work. The oppressed workingmeu of his State had denounced him and a change of tactics was alt that promised him a hope. Hut the people who denounced him are d too to fail to see the in his wonderful Senate speech. He denounces, the manufacturers that lie has labored for so faithfully as "men of no polities or of any politics." Of courhe everybody knows what politics the monopolists advocate, ami they are unchangeable. It is worthy of notice that much as he wanted to abuse the corrupt political methods of the North, he couldn't do it without giving a passing blow at the Smith, his favorite target at which to discharge his poison and tilth. He denominates the November election as "neither a ltepublican defeat or a Democratic victory." It matters little what he is pleased to call it. The Democrats are well pleased with it and the Republicans are very unhappy. "And Nero liddled while Home burned," says the new convert, and he has been on the fiddling committee for eighteen years. It w tKi late now for Ingalls to declare himself in favor of the dear people. .fter the greater part of his life has been spent battling their interests, they don't want the aid of incllicicnt senility. That the g. o. p. is doomed, is obvious, and many a man, like Ingalls, will make some unexpected step to have his nnme go down' to history as the author of a great eHort to save bis party. e, clear-headeincon-siMenci- I have this day connected myself with Mr. B. llensely, in Hardinsburg, Ky., in the Farmers' Supply House, and will be thankful We will enfor any patronage In our line. deavor to be able to fully supply the wants of the ptople both In quality and prices on all goods. At we propose to buy strictly for cash and to tell at small profits. Our motto is, Live and Let Mve. Your Truly, K. M. JOLLY. J. As Senator Ingalls goes out of olliee, it is remembered that he was elected to his position eighteen years ago over S. ('. 1'oiueroy, a man who opposed him with money. The exposure in the legislature of the alleged use of 7,000 by I'omeroy in buying votes, gave Ingalls Ins scat. This incident gave Mark Twain his character of Dilworthy in "The Gilded Age," that worthy being no other than the man who was known in Kansas as "Subsidy" I'oincroy. Ingalls at the time was a lawyer of Atch-isf,Kan., having gone there fiom J .win, Mass., ill clad and almost penniless. that the Indian war is over, a sober retrosjiect of the iillair shows it to be Now dark blot on American history. Rendered wild and frantic by starvation and neglect, tho Indian resorted to the best means his reason could conjecture. The killing of their old chief was nothing short of murder, and the whole of the light as waged by the government, was unjust and useless, (ion. Miles has had the opportunities of knowing particulars, ami his statements will establish the culpability of the present administration. a Tin: Messenger says several Owens-buparties were led to invest rather heavily in gas wells tiiere and lost all they put into them. The Messenger is frank to admit that there is no gas in that section and fuither experiments are useless. is rumored at Frankfort that Hon. Fi.ink Straus will be a candidate for Congress in this, the Fourth district, in '!.'. Mr. Straus is at present u member of the Constitutional Convention from Bullitt. 1 1' 'on Dorics. A Co., w holesale cloth dealers, lonisvllle, failed Monday for Mirth & Iloiiman, proprietors .s."0,000. of a Fourth avenue saloon, also failed for SiO.OOO. To our popular Commonwealth's Attorney and his most estimable and accomplished bride, the Nkws extends its hearty congratulations. The man who is waiting for something to turn up generally Ilnds it when he steps on a barrel hoop. Tiik ruins of the Kudd House at Owensboro are to 'bo replaced with a St.ti: Senator J. W. Hayes, of Hardin county, is dead. (Ji:o. Daucroft, (lie Monroe A Son sell lemons at 20eonlspcr dozen. Monroe A Son sell 20 pounds N. O. sugar for SI. Monroe & Son sell Hour fiom ." cents per sack up. Monroe A Son sell l.'i pounds extra C sugar for SI. Monroe & Son sell 115 pounds of brown C sugar for Si. Monroe A Son sell dtied beef at GO and 70 cents per ham. Deputy Sherill" Chits. Miller went to Louisvillo Monday. Monroe & Son sell 14 pounds granulated sugar for SI. Monroe A Son sell line mixed candies at lo cent per pound. Monroe A Son sell Arbuckles collec at L'ocents per package. Mr. Wallace Foote, of Hewleyville, went to Texas last week. Hon. tafayctte Green, Falls of Hough, was in the city last week. Taylor At wood thinks of going to Middlesborough, Ky., to locate. , Monroe A Son are the leading grocers, and leaders of low prices in Hardinsburg. J. C. Heister will move his photograph gallery to Fordsville, Ky., the llrst of next week. Mi. I'eicy Heard, who has been confined at his home by illness for several days is out again. Wm. Hamsey executed bond and tpialified as deputy sherill in the county court last Monday. Mrs. Tom Withers has gone to Middle-towKy., to take charge of a music class in l'rof. Crabb's school at that place. Hon. .1. S. Woithani, of lA.'itcli(ield,has been invited to deliver an address heie at tho City Hull on the 'Vl of February-Mr- . John Hland, son of Samuel island, died at his home near West View, last Sunday of consumption, lie was in his 21st year. Mrs. Hettie Robards, of Marion, Ark., who has beon visiting Mr. James T. Rohan!", near here, left for her home last Friday. Mr. IS. F. J '.card said to your cones-pondea few days ago that the firm of H. l Heard A Co., had done a larger cash business the year just closed than they had ever done befoie. Mr. James T. Robards advertises his farm for wile. Mr. Robards has an excellent farm within two miles of town, and he is prepared to give any one a big bargain that wishes to purchase. The Hardinsburg Dramatic Troupe are pieparing to give another exhibition at the City Hall on the 23th of February, which they say will surpass anything they have ever given heretofore. The MeOill Hotel, better known as the "Old lliunbleton House," is undergoing a course of repairs. We understand a sale of the property has been eirected with Mr. Hoon Turpin, now of Louisville, who is to take charge of it as soon as the repairs are completed. Fine old Daviess, Nelson, Anderson and Woodford counties pure copper sour-mas- h whiskies, wines, brandies, cordials and beer, by keg and bottle, ginger ale, tobacco and cigars; all of the best made and fresh, served with pleasure to all at T. C. Lewis's saloon. A special car carrying a number of prominent Louisville gentlemen went down over the L. II. A V, to tho Falls of Rough one day last week. The object of their visit was to look for a location for a club liouso, which they propose to erect at once, and make it a placo for a pleasure resort during tho summer and fall. Vbotit the Falls is one of tho most desirable hunting and fishing grounds in this part of the country, and now it is so easily accessible by rail, it will bo frequently visited. The Iouisvillo party purpose building a liouso that will eost several thousand dollars. The following lines of fresh groceries, provisions, and sundries can be found at F. Monroe & Son, Hardinsburg : Axle grease, auiuuition, baking powder, blueing, blacking, brushes, canned fish, canned vegetables, canned fruits, canned meat, cigars, cheese, crackers and cakes, candy, chewing gum, cntaup, coffee, chocolate, cocoa nut, desieated, extracts, fruits, flour, hardware, ink' jellies, kraut, matches, mustard, mince meat, nuts, coal oil, pickles, piovisions, preserves, starch, soap, spices, sauce, soda, salt, shoo polish, stove polish, sealing wax, sugar, tea, tobacco, vinegar. A Mrs. O. C. Richardson is in IxMiisvillc. Miss Annie Richardson is visiting in Garrett. went to Iuisvillc Mr. I). W. Saturday. Mrs. Cms Drown, of Cloverport, was here Sunday. Dt. J. K. "Vini, of Louisville, was in town Saturday. Mr. Robert Traccwell, of Corydon, was in town last week. Frank Shain, of this county, died last Wednesday night. Miss Dcttie Richardson, of Louisville, is visiting Miss Lillian Miss Maggie Dowdy returned home after a visit to Louisville last week. Mr. T. Simmons was in Iaiisville last week afte'r a new supply of groceries. Mr. James Smith, who has been in Ohio for some time, has returned home. Mr. l'usoy left Monday for Louisville, where he will attend the Commercial school. was in town Miss Reiiu Clarkson Sunday the guest of Mrs. Geo. II. Casperke. Mr. Albert Johnson, of New Albany, was the guest of Mr. James L. Fairleigh last week. Hon. J. T. Woolfolk, after a serious illness of several weeks, has about recovered, and returned to Frankfort last Tues day. Messrs. John Fnikes and Wm. Sebastian have purchased the lot owned by Win. Miller, and upon which his tin shop stood. Miss Forrie Hardin, of Holt, was the guest of Mrs. 'A. T. Herndon last week, and left Monday for Ekron, where she will visit Mrs. Dr. Willett. Dr. 11. K. Pusey, Louisville, was in town Sunday, having been called hero to see Dr. Ditto. Dr. Ditto is not improved, and at this time is very low. Mr. and Mrs. David W. Fairleigh, Mias Mary Fullerton and Mr. Ijiwrenee L. Lenin, of Louisville, attended the "Wuthen-Fairloiwedding Thursday. Mr. K. II. Shellman spent most of last week in Louisville. Mr. Shellman will move therein a short time, and engage in the wholesale and retail jewelry business. Mrs. Julia Higbee, who is charged with having poisoned her four children, was arrested upon a charge of lunacy, and her trial begun at Muldraugh, Tuesday, before County Judge Hawlings. The stockholders of tho Consolidated Gas Company met in Louisville last week. They made arrangements to put down another well immediately, and reduced their capital stock to $200,000. The county convention of the Fanners Mutual Ilenefit Association, met here Tuesday, Jan. 13th. A number of delegates were in attendance, and a secret session was held, which lasted throughout the entire day. Mr. J. L. Malin visited his parents hero Sunday. Mr. Malin, who for sometime has been connected witli the Fifth Avenue Hotel, has resigned his position, and for accepted the position of book-keepI'easlee, Gaulbert A Co. Miss Annie Wuthen and Mr. Richard Wathen, of Hullitt county, Mrs. ISen. Siinmes, Watben, of Louisville, Mr. of Springfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wathen, of Irvington, attended tho Wathen-Fuirleiwedding last week. Hon. II. T. Kendall has purchased tho Grayson Springs property, and will take charge as soon as the season opens. He proposes to considerably improve the property, and under his management there is no doubt but that the Springs will be a success. Messrs. R. 11. Nevitt, J. M. Hardin, O. C. Richardson and W. II. Richardson, together with a party of twenty-fiv- e prominent jlouisvillc capitalists, left Louisville hist Wednesday for a tour of inspection through the gold and mineral fields of Georgia, Gainesville being their objective point. U-wi- s gh gh residence erected here. The wheat crop is in an averago condition. AVo reckon, however, the recent weather has not been very favorable for it. Some of tlicGuston folks, it seems, would like to have the Andersonvillo school-hous- e moved there, and it also seems that some of the patrons in the west end of tho district are not very favorable to such o move. Mr. E. II. Shultz, editor of tho Ohio County Fanner, sioko to quite an attentive audience in AVill Hichordson's old store nt Andersonvillo last Thursday, in think its Henry. the interest of the Farmers' and LaborMr. Oscar Board, of Birmingham, Ala., ers' LTnion. is visiting his brother, Mr. Ahmed Rev. D. Dow-dewill celebrate his fifHoard. tieth anniversary in the ministry at Poor Annie I 'Jim is gone, but you Sandy Hill church tho third Habitat h in have the sympathy of tlto entire neigh- February. Bev. Mr. Ponrod is exacted borhood, for he was n boy lovetlby all. v to be there and conduct or take part in Mr. Abe, aren't you glad McKinloy the exercises. Bill has returned to Hardin? .for how Mr. John Drury, Jessie and Charlie Vou can have Gola all to yourself. Gross, of Texas, who have been visiting Miss Lula Hoard, who is visiting the friends and relatives in the vicinity of family of Mr. Ahmed Board, has been Bewloyvillo the past five or six weeks, quite sick for the past week. left Friday for their home. They were Miss Lou Galloway, from near Clqver-por- t, accompanied by one of Mr. Drury's is teaching writing school in our brothers nnd AVallacc Foote. little burg at present, and has quite a Mr. D. F. Shain died very suddenly nice school. last Thursday morning. Mr. Shain Miss Lula Skilhnah, of Clifton Mills, is moved to Nebraska some five or six visiting her cousin, Mrs. Bettie Holder-mayears ago and had removed to this counthis week. Miss Lula, make your' ty about eight weeks ago. He leaves a visit long, for poor Forest will cry when most estimable wife, two sons and a . you leave us. , large family of girls, besides other relaMiss Emma Kurtz has returned home tives, to mourn his loss. He was buried from Irvington, where sho has licen at- at Sandy Hill. Nov. Mr. Dowden contending school. Oh, how glad Charlie is ducted the funeral exercises. that she has left the boys above and returned to him. "Any Port in a Storm." AVm. lloldcrman has moved to the, That's a good maxiuni, but it will not Frymire house. Hill, where are you thinking of going to now? Somewhere, work as a rule in the purchase of a reih-ed- y for Bheumatism. Any of the cheap I know, for the chickens are all on the nostrums will not effect a cure in fact fence with their legs crossed. of them will. Don't trifle with life Mr. A. S. English and family moved none Drum-mond- 's from here to Cloverport last week. May and prolong agony. Get Dr. Lightning Itemedy, and a speedy prosperity follow them, is the wish of cure is certain. It costs $5 a bottle, but their many friends. one bottle is worth a hundred of anything Lulu, what have you done wjth your else, nnd for that reason it is tho cheapbunch of Sweet Williams, that you prized est when it cure is wanted. Sent to any so highly during Christmas? Thrown, address by prepaid express on receipt of away for a hunch of Forest (lowers I price, Drutninond Medicine Co., 48-5- 0 suppose. Maiden Lane, New York. -n, v'l ' i A "KOCH'S Is a cure for consumption. LYMPH jj . At least that is what has been claimed for it. There may be some doubt nbout the cf-- , fectiveness of Xew Berlin Remedy, but there is more, whatever, about the particular LYMPH to which the undersigned wish to call your at' tention. This Lymph is for tho benefit of your pocket hook. For we- - arc now offering greater bargains than ever before in everything in our line. Specialties for this week. Dry Goods and Clothing "VEST CLOVERPORT, KENTUC7CY, BEWLEYVILLE. The public school closes this wock. Mr. A. Bennett was quite busy tobacco. Mr. D. C. Moorman, of Glendeane, was in town Thursday. Mr. John Akcrs, of Louisville, was in town last week. Mr. W. N. Drury is attending court this week. Col. Ed. Bennett, Sumnicrscut, was in town Sunday the guest of Mr. A. Bennett. Mr. G. K. Drury and Chas. Gross spent Friday and Saturday in the city. Prof. Elrod, of Lynland Institute, was in town last week. Master Herbert Beard, Hardinsburg, t. spent several last week with Mrs. Pig-got- LONG BRANCH. Mr. J. II. Sullivan spent part of last the city. Cal Hendrick was in the city last week. s Mr. F. Ditto, Sr., is spending n at his old home. s Mr. Cred Haines is spending a with friends at this place. Mrs. A. Ditto, Jr., has been appointed assistant postmaster at this place. Miss Rose Hall, of Pleasant Grove, spent Sunday at this placo. Mrs. A. Ditto, Jr., and Miss Inez Dooley spent a day in Brandenburg shopping. week" in few-dayfew-day- NEW I GOODS! have just filled my house with a new rftoolc of Mr. S. P. Drury left Saturday for Glendeane, where he will perhaps purchase Messrs. F. S. Overton nnd S. R. Young spent a day at this placo last week looking after a soda ash plant. Mrs. Lewis, wife of Fresh from the Market, and will just state that, I am here to sell at prices equal with any of my competitors, and I solicit your trade and influence. My motto is to sell strictly for Cash or exchange for any . kind of produce at the market price. Give me a trial visit at once and I will use my endeavor to please you and hold your patronage. Kespectfully, property. Rev. Mr. Greathouso preached to a small nudience at the Baptist church Friday evening. Mr. J. L. Snyder, after a visit of several weeks to his mother and father, left the 15th for liouisvllle. Miss II. Ada Drury leaves Saturday for Lynland Institute, where she bus accepted a position as teacher. Messrs. A. Bennett and It. L. Harda-wa- y spent several days last week in the city. The many friends of Mr. Phcrman Sanders will regret to learn of his death fiom measles in Louisville last week. Messrs. John Drury and Jesse Gross, after spending a month with their parents, left Friday for their homo near Melissa, Tex. Thoy were accompanied by Mr. Wnllnco Footo, who will try his fortune in the Sunny South. Skating1 Rink. At Pierce's Hall will open Thursday evening, Jan. 21th, 1891, and will continue each Monday and Friday evening of each week thereafter. Admission, 10 cents. Use of skates 15 cents not exceeding one hour, or 25 cents for entire evening. Terms made for private parties. Ladies admitted free. Persons bringing their own skates will bo charged 15 conts admission, but aro not allowed to lend their skates. the operator at Rock Haven, spent Sunday witli Mis. Dooley. Messrs. Howard Griswold and B. Short, of Louisville, were hunting in this neighborhood last week. Mr. Charles Crawford, foreman of tho Kentucky Rock Gas Company, went to the city Saturday. Mia? Annie Fontaine, formerly of Brandenburg, will make her homo most of tho time with Mr. C. AW McGehcc. Tho fill at the west end of the Doe Run bridgo is giving way, nnd unless repaired very soon the people of the upper bottom will be cut oh" from Brandenburg. Misses Flora Hardin, of Holt, and Lil-li- e McGlothlun, of Irvington, visited Mr. C. A McGehee's family part of last week. MICHAEL MEYER, HAKNED, KY. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, nnd skin eruptions, nnd positively Containing 300 acres. 200 acres cures Piles, or no pay required. It is cleare.d , 100 in fine timber, situatguaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or ed on tho Hardinsburg and CloverI'rico 23 cents per money refunded. box ForsalobyG. W. Short, Clover- port Turnpiko, two miles West of port, Ky., nnd J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Hardinsburg and eight miles East Ky. of Cloverport. Forty acres sown FREE COLUMN. A good young Valuable Farm for Sale! historian, is dead. Pleasing Sense n lit. V. D. Dental Notice. White, Deutlst, will be in Clover- the 22. 2.1, and 21th, of tlili in Dili, port on andat Webiter.dth. Irrlnjrton, 27th, prepared to do DeattI work. Of health mid strength renewed and of case and comfort follows the use of Syrup of Figs, as it acta in harmony with nature to effectually cleanse tho system when costive or bilious. For sale in 60c. and SI bottles by all leading druggists. In another column will be found an account of the marriage of Hon. Chapezo Wathen to Miss Mary A. Fairleigh, which occurred on Thursday afternoon, Jan. loth, at 4 o'clock. Mr. Wathen is the present Commonwealth's Attorney for this district, and one of the in this most prominent lawyers section of the State. Miss Fairleigh is 154 acres land, $1,000 cash. the beautiful and accomplished daugh- others, American Gas and Mineral Co. to ter of James L. Fairleigh, cashier, of the Meade County Deposit Hank, and one of Mineral Center Gas and Manufacturing 1 our most popular young ladies, and has Co., gas well and ground, $2,000. Mary E. DoIIaven, etc., to city of Cloa great favorite in Rrandcnburg been verport, fractional parts of lots in West society. end, $200 cosh. Another killing occurred in our county ADDISON. last Thursday, C. C. Peak, of near Grahamptoii, being killed by his cousin, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Akcrs were down Rhoda l'cak. Though the facts of tho Sunday. killing are not fully known, yet the Miss was tho particulars tiro about as follows: Rhoda guest of Frank, of Tobinsport, last week. Miss Nannie Morton with an Peak was engaged in a'law-su- it Mrs. Robinson and daughter, Miss insurance company in tho Hardin Cir- Gertrudo, of Louisville, aro spending cuit Court, and C. C. l'cak, commonly several weeks with Mrs. L. D. Addison. known as "Hud," was one of his prinThere was plenty of gas on the surface cipal witnesses. Dud had made several tuts a. m What has becomo of the trips to F.lizabcthtown to testifiy in tho stocks ? case, and some trouble over the paySeveral couple camo down from Louisment of his expenses arose between he ville Sunday, and their friends in the and Rhoda. According to Rhoda Peak's Bottom were invited to meet them by statement, who is tho only witness totlio Mr. and Mrs. L. 1). Addison. Tho tragedy, Dud Peak came to his barn on young pcoplo said they enjoyed their Thursday evening, whilo ho was feeding, outing so much they are coming often. and attueked him with a knife, when he hit Dud over the head with a piece of oak Tobacoo Seed. plank. Hud was knocked senseless, anil remained unconscious until his death, Fuankfout, Jan. 10. To the farmers which occurred Friday. Immediately af- of Kentucky : I have a limited quantity ter the dlflicutly, Rhoda Peak gavo him- of Burloy, Blue, and Yellow I'ryor tobself up to tho conbtablo, and was brought acco seed for free distribution to farmers before County Judgo Hawlings. on Satur- only. Theso seeds are all Kentucky day, waived an examining trial, and was grown, and their sprouting qualities committed lo jail to uwait the action of nave been Vested by competent florists. tho Grand Jury ut tho February term of They will bo Bent to any address on re tho court. This is the lost one of several ceipt oi request, n nto plainly numo o serious crimes, which have been com- ana address. I C. Y. Wilson, Commissioner. mitted in our county recently. post-otlic- in wheat, forty acres good corn ground, and twenty acres for oats, for sale. ten acres for tobacco, the remaindPensions and Patents. er in grass. Frank L. Hancock, of Owensboro, U. S. Wanted to buy or rent a good farm for cash. Putcnt and Pension Attorney, will bo in Add ess II. with partlculnrs, care the Nkvvs Improvements, ono dwelling and Cloverport February 25th and 20th. You office, Cluverport, Ky. two tenant houses, . two barns, and aro cordially invited to meet me. Ad vico Wanted to rent a cood farm with all ncces well supplied with water tho year Dest of nrv sock and Implements t run It. free. I refer you to Hon. AVilliam T. A. BHUNER, round, two orchards, ono bearing, references. Ellis as to my qualifications and honesty. II awes Valley, Ky. the' other just sot out. Fit.vxK L. Hancock. 7w Fine sadJIo and harness mare 9 jenrs old, This is a splendid farm and well and one work mule 0 yens old for sale. J. suited for raising stock. Will bo Real Estate Transfers, T. Hobards, HnrJInsburg, Ky. sold at a low price snd on reasonIt. S. Carter to C. E. Greenwood and mare nnd tyro milch cows Taylor Beard, Hardinsburg, Ky. X Be Sure It you havo mado up your mind to buy Hood'a SarsaparlUa do not bo induced to tako liny other. Uood' SarsaparlUa Is a peculiar medicine, possessing, by vlrtuo of Its peculiar comttrjatlon, proportion, and preparation, curative power superior to any other article. A Boston lady who knew what sho wanted, and whoso example Is worthy Imitation, tells her experience bclowi able terms. For further particulars address J. T. ROBARDS, nf thn condition of the Breckinridcio Hardinsburg, Ky. Ky., at the close of Bank, Cloverport, STATEMENT ASSETS. business, uec. di, ibju. Notes nnd Hills discounted Dank Fixtures and Furniture Banking House and Lot Bonds Due from Uuuk Cash on hand f 150,5:18.13 To Get " In one store where I went to buy Ilood'a Barsaparllla the clerk tried to induce mo buy their own Instead o! Hood's; lietoldmothelx'a would last longer; that I might tako it on ten days' trial; that It I did not llko it I need not pay anything, etc. But ho could not prevail on mo to change. I told him I knew what Hood's SarsaparlUa was. I bad taken it, waa satisfied with it, and did not want any other. OverJralts Secured and Unsecured. Suspended debt ?,572,25 3,335.14 2,51)2.15 154.39 25,884.04 12,783.91 24,824.48 We Jj$J& 222,084.49 LIABILITIES, Caidtai stock Deposit $ 45,100 00 1.M.M4 98 20.HU0.0O WMX&P THE BEST CHEAPEST CONSIDERING Surplus Vund Undivided I'roUU Dividend No. .'!.), due Jan, 2. IUUI. 3,855,51 1,804 00 222,684.49 Hood's When I lcgan taking Hood's SarsaparlUa I was feeling real miserable, suffering & great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak that at times I could hardly stand, I looked, and bad for some time, llko a person In consumption. Ilood's Barsaparllla Aid mo so much good that I wonder at myseltsomctlmes-and my friends frequently speak ot It." Must. Ella. A. Goff, Cl Tcrraco Street, Boston- , A. B. Pkllltnun, cashier of the above named Bunk, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to tbe best of my knowledge I, W MB-- I VER medicine; CHILL CUrfE. itNOWN MEDICINE CONSTIPATION. QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. and belief. A. B. Skii.LMAP, Cashier, Subscribed and sworn to before me tbl the 3d day of January, 1891. CilAg, B. Skii.Ltux, N. P. B. 0. BILIOUSNESS, AND CnilONIO it wiXii. ajcso oxjitai DYSPEPSIA. C. C. MARTIN u ItJ Sarsaparilla a IOO OR MEN ONLY WaVnianf Bojlvind'MlnA- Clovorport, DRUOGIST NEXT DOOFt BELOW POST OFFICC. Ky WTHTTTra Far I.UaTorVAILinU MANHOOD! Oeoenl and NERVOUS DBlllTV MiiHiin lUtrErrorsorExossuslnOiorTeanr. P.ffttta by Sotdbr alt druggists, JtislxforfJ. Prepared only I. HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mats. Btnciuii:, uannrtLoriiDouuivs HOIK TKIiTltKT-B..tib.tUI.Ir Doses Ono Dollar CautrlM. Writ lam. !! 4 Iti ltllj Inm SOaiplaaallaaaB rraeraaialW(iaUSrraa. SMcriftll' Baal. Medical co., buffalo. n. v. crib iU Manor jieDr. la 4r. Cures Indlgestlou, Biliousness, Dyspepsia, MalaPhysiria, Ncrrousnesa, and General cians recommend It. All dealers R'll It. Genuine ha trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper HT BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Fine underwear lit Dnlihnsu'u. ,'4SfeiJ&T,- - - , ' -- &'. '. i y w.a-v M4$3-iirz- e )i ?3 $S I -- :t 03SH Both tho method and results when Symp of Figa is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts gently yetpromptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the tnsto to tho stomach, prompt in its 'action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup or Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISC LOUISVILLE, KY. i JilSrjOYS E1UV W.?tfc.3SjS', Mrs. I). W. Eairlcigh and her two beautiful little daughters, Florence Allen and Mary Jane, were tho guest of her sister, Mrs. J. D. Babbago Sunday. She was accompanied by her father, Mr. Frank Ditto sr. Mr. Jeff. D. llambleton, of this city, and Mr. John Burks, Of Addison, Ky., have formed a partnership and embarked in thedry goods business at Henderson. Wo regret to lose these excellent young business men from our midst. Henderson has made a gain and though ut our loss, we congratulate herpcoplothatthey Mr. Jiavc acquired them an citizens. llambleton , has been connected with the largo house of Bowmer it llambleton, of this city, for a number of years where he ncquircd'thc best experience, and learned the best methods of business. Mr. Burks though recently engaged in farming, has experience in mercantile business, having formerly been so engaged in Louisville.. ROSETTA. Hurrah for Doodle Bitgs! Mr. Sandy Kascy, of Plains, is in town. Mr. II. B. Head has rented his farm to Mr. Frank Payne, of Clifton. Mr. Geo. Johnson bos rented Mr. John Ilnynes' form for the ensuing year. Mrs. Henry Board is differing with pleurisy, has been confined to her bed about three months. Mr. Ben Hardin sold eight head of stock steers to Mr. Courtland Kasey at a very satisfactory price. Miss Mattie Gross' party on the Kith lust., was highly enjoyed by the neigh-borholadies and gentlemen. Miss Bcttio Taylor is mourning over the loss of her fine Shepherd dog, Bevis, which was stolen during Christmas. Kasey & Mercer's saw mill will be in full blast in a few days, it will run in connection with a flour and grist mill. Mr. Mat. Priest has bought Mrs. Tuc ker's dowery in the G. S. Johnson estate. He contemplates farming in good earnest. Messrs. Fred. Kuye and Mark Carter, of Vine Grove, luive been in the vicinity paying prices for tobacco that tickles the farmers. Mr. Win. Douglas who was tho guest of Mr. W. C. Neff during the holidays has returned home, taking away with him the well wishes of his many friends made during his short stay. Mr. Courtland Kasey sold his farm to Mr. Alexander. Mr. Kasoy has bought a half interest in bis father's farm. He will move his family as soon as his house is completed. The carpenters are at work on It now. Mr. J. II. Neff has left thoRosetta mill to tako charge of a mill in Garncttsville. This leaves the Rosetia mill without a miller. Any person desiring to buy or rent would do well to communicate with Mr. W. Y, Hardin. d, nTTiTTTiTTi mill rTTTTiTri nil il.ijJ Tn LLLLLLLLic TOO Since stock-takin- g LARGE. we find that we r? i have too many heavy Winter Suits and Overcoats on hand. The stock must be reduced at once. We have this day Don't you hear tho North wind blowing ? Don't you hear this Rooster crowing "Bargains at Subor's Great Cash Storo?". Only this and nothing more. When his goods you once behold, You will wish for wealth untold, inaugurated a special cut in prices on these goods. Come at once and make antrac-ceptahl- o Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that contains Mercury, As mercury will surely destroy the senso of smell and completely derange the your selections. h CAL. NEW YORK, N.Y. f ii Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, Office over 1). whole system when entering it through tho mucous surfaces. Such articles should never bo used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, and acts directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get tho genuine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. BQTSold by druggists, price 7oc. per bottle. s II I I I WINTER I & s CI. I I I "Old. Reliable" Clotliiei-Ml I I For there's nothing can compare With the bargains offorcd there. 'Tis not strange tho Rooster's crowing, For so fast tho goods are going, Come along and you will find Prices suited o yoiir mind. S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS.. LOUISVILLE, KY. I I I I J I I I I I j I I I I I I I H J I I l I M IJ1 ill OUR STOGK OK Hambltton't Saddlery and Harness Store. CLOVERPOBT. KY. J. C. lllJSlI, J. It. TAYWR, W. 9. TAYLOR. DRNTISTS Fredericn Street. WEDNESDAY, LOCAL Mnj. Miller J. H. Taylor & Co., The Court Wrestles With Their Jail Contract The Matter in a Considerable Wind. Quito a lively discussion got up in the county court last Monday when the question of building tho new jail came up for consideration. There were but two firms on tho ground offering bids on tho jail, Messrs. McDonald Bros., of Louisville, and Mr. Landrmn, representing tho Panly Jail Building and Manu facturing Company, of St. Louis. The latter linn are steel jail builders, and could not get in ii competing bid with McDonald Bros., they claimed, because they were informed by tho jail committee appointed by the court tolettho con tract, that their orders were confined to the building of astono jail. It seems that the first intention of the court was to build a stone jail, as a reference to tho orders in respect to tho matter made last November will show. The first step o taken then was tho appointing of a of Messrs. G. W. Beard, consisting Matthius Millpr, D. II. Severs and Morris Eskridge, who were directed to report the kind of a jail they deemed necessary and tho probable cost of same. This committee conferred with Mr. McDonald, who was here, and who bad previously exhibited to tho court his plans for a Etone jail, and the committee subsequently recommended the building of a stono jail with eight cells and jailor's residenco attached. The report of the committee sets out tho plans, specifications, etc., and is rather too voluminous to reproduce hero ; but it recommended that a stono jail was the character of structure desired. Tho court adopted the committee's report and ordered them to advertise for bids for building a stono jail without refeienco to any other character of building. When the committee had advertised for bids the Panly Jail Works, of St. Louis, sent their agent hero to put in a bid j but when he got hero and went before tho committee, it appears that they could not consistently entertain his bid from the fact that under previous action by the court they were to contract for a jail to be built of stone. Tho committee then recognized tho hampered situation in which they were placed, but followed instructions. Their report Monday was a lengthy one,, and showed that they had contracted with McDonnl Bros., subject to the approval of the court, for a stono jail, to cost $11, 723. When tho report was read and submitted for tho court's rejection or approval, Mr. Landrum arose and asked to bo heard on behalf of tho Panly steel jail builders. Mr. Landrum asked the court to sot asido their action heretofore in regard to directing their jail to bo built of stono and allow all jail builders in the country to lay in bids. Ho claimed that ho could build ono of steel at a saving of seventeen hundred dollars less to tho county than the pi ice con's tracted with McDonald Bros. Mr. remarks brought forth various opinions, and the matter seemed to tako on an endless discussion at one time. Mr. McDonald was holding up his side of tho caso with a strong argument for fairness and candor with tho committee, and contended that stone jails were equal to any in the world for durability and safety. Ho said his prices were reasonable, and ho was only asking a fair profit on his work. But there was a disposition on the part of many to boliove, after hearing tho statements of all concerned, that tho court had gotten themselves into a pretty close twist by confining tho contract to a stono jail and thus giving McDonald Bros, an unduo advantago in tho Notwithstanding McDonald's bidding. fairness and honesty for construction, etc., the mistako was in not making the bids so as to embrace all competitors. This wos tho solo question agitating tho mind of tho court when they adjourned Monday evening atr 5 o'clock, having wrestled with it tho best part of the day without any final action. com-mitteLan-drum- OVERCOATS Must bo reduced, and to do this we are offering them at prices that are sure to sell them. It is not profit wc arc after, but room for Spring Goods. We arc also selling our stock of S, L, SULZER CLOVERPORT, KY' Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store 0WENSB0R0, KY. Breckenridge News. JANUARY 21, 1891. BREVITIES. rcjurnetl from Louisville Friday. Win. Ramsey went to I.ouisvile yesterday. Miss Annie Murphy returned from Louisville Saturday. Mr. Jed", llambleton, of Henderson, 'was in the city Thursday. Mrs. Jennio Duncan, HoH'h ISottom, was in the city Saturday. Frank Jarboe, of tho Hazel Dell neighborhood, was in town Saturday. Charlie and Walter Riedcl, Holt's Rot torn, were in the city Saturday. N. B. Chambers, of Hancock county, has been appointed a storekeeper. Miss Ella Witt after an extended visit to.Eouisvillo, returned home Friday. Mrs. Tate, wife of Thomas Rate, died at her homo in this city Monday nij?ht. Thos. Ryan is at home from Lee, Ind., to bee his father, Mr. Ed Ryan, Victoria. Mrs. Robt. Hendrick, of the Clover Creek neighborhood, was in tho city yesterday. " James 1'. Miller will leave Monday for tho South with a lnrjK? Ii ad of horses and mules. All persons indebted to J. E. Keith & Son,.will pleaso come forward and settle their accounts. Messrs. Virgo Hardin and James Stephens, Holt's Bottom, were in the city Saturday. Come to the Bankrupt House, J. T. Patterson's old stand, these goods must he sold. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. E, Lightfoot accom- -' panie'd her sister, Miss Maggie llambleton ,home Friday. Money .saved is money made by coming to the Bankrupt House for bargains. Merit wins, as tho marvelous success of Hood's Sarsaparilla shows. It possesses truo medicinal merit. Sold by all druggists. Tlio Farmers and Laborers' Journal is a new paper just started at Owensboro iu tho interest of tho farmers. Stone & Gore are editors and proprietors. Come to tho Bankrupt Store for your sugar, coffee, Hour, meat, canned goods, jellies, etc. Mr. Thos. M. Watkins has been confined to his room for the past week with measles. Ho reported for duty Monday, having entirely recovered. Come to tho Bankrupt Store for family supplies, will tako pleasure in .waiting upon you. J. II. Moorman. The City of Owcnsboro passed up Monday night all in good shape. Her damage will bo very slight, if any at all. She will go on tho ways for inspection. of Mr. boh Moreman, WlHio R. II. Moremen, this city, has and Mrs. accepted a position at Middlcaboro in a retail notion house. There are few more deesrving young men than Willie, nndhe will mnko his mark yet. Mrs. Feland, of Stanford, Mrs. J. D. ' Rob-ard- s, Bates, of Lewisport, and Mrs. L. M. of Arkansas, all sisters, were hero last week visiting their old home and relations. It was quite a pleasant reunion for them after years of separation. $500 Will Be Given For any caso of Rheumatism which cannot bo cured by Dr. Drummond's Lightning Reme'dy. The proprietors do not hide this offer, but print it in bold typo on all their circulars, wrappers, printed uiattor, and through the columns of newspapers everywhere. It will work bottle will cure nearly every case. If the druggist has not got it he wiil order it, orit will bo sent to any address by prepaid express on receipt of price, $5. Drtimmond Medicine Co., 0 Maiden Lane, New York. won-dcrs-'o40-3- Winter Clothing At popular juices, so that all are pleased with the bargains that and these low prices will continue throughout We arc coining this season with an elegant line of this mouth wc arc offering, IIN" OTTIR, Rubber Goods New Such as Ladies' and Gent's Arctics, Alaskas and Sandals, Gent's Gum Boots, a full line of Gum Coats which we guarantee in every particular. In calling attention to our line of goods we would not have you forget our Quarters ! Report of Stephensport School. The fourth month of school closed on tho 10th. The following is an accurately kept record of the deportment and recitations of all pupils in my room who averaged more than 75 for the month : Katie Cranford, 09.86 j Lena Payne, 90.42 , Theodore Moseloy, 99.25; Koy Brashear, 99; Eddio Payne, 98.8t) ; Laura Stiles, 98.83 ; Jiu my Cranford, 98.75, Addle McCoy, 98.(8; Helen II rash car, 93 22 ; Jeule Weatberholt, 97.0(1; Albert McKoughan, 97.57; Mtttle 97.57 ; Cora Clay comb, 97.16; Hoy McMUlcn, 97.16 ; Herman Lay, 97.14 ; Floyd Miller, 96 ; Dlancho Mosoley, 94.8 ; Ida Jar-ret- t, 03.28; Zelma Lay, 93; Dolla Pcrrigo, 92.16; Jacie MoKaughan, 90.6; Beatrice Madison, 90.6; Alllo Payne, 88.23; Jchnny Jurrct, 86.28; Brown McCubbim, 87.57; Annie Weatberholt, 81.5; Laure Barkley,;81.83 GROCERY DEPARTMENT Which is completo, and wo have so marked our goods at prices that pleaso tho buyers, for thoy like good goods at low prices, and we have both. In our STOVE DEPARTMENT wo have reduced the prices so as to make room for other goods, and if you want a nice Heating Stove for a little money, it will pay you to call and examine. If it is FURNIWc TURE you arc after, wo have it, and that in handsome styles. would not have you forget that our UNDERTAKER'S department is in perfect trim, and wo are keeping up witli the latest styles in that lino. We arc always yours anxious to please. We have removed from our old stand to our handsome new Room in the Breckenridge News building, where we invite ail of our old customers and the trade generally to call on us. Our stock is full and complete and embraces everything kept in a s Grocery. Call and see us. first-clas- E. E. MOORMAN. S- This is no examination held for show, but an actual record of faithful clnsswork for the last twenty school days. Work, honest hard work, has given tho results here made known. Mora studious pupils than the ones now attending the Stephensport school, can not-- bo found anywhere. With tho next, which will bo the last report, tho friends of tho pu-- . pils hero may read tho names of tho four prizo winners for the entire term. Joel II. Pile, Teacher, -i B. F. BEARD & HARDINSBURG, KY. A Brilliant Wedding. Tho immediate relatives and a few friends assembled at tho hospitable homo of Mr. and Mrs. .Tamos Fairleigh, Thursday, Jan. loth, at 4 p.m., to witness the marriage of their daughter, Miss Mary Allan, to Hon. Chapezo Wnthen. Tho ceremony was pronounced by Father O'Connor in a most im"Miss Mary Allan, pressive manner. most beauteous, ever courteous, and at all times affable, looked her own charming solf in a traveling dress of handsome brown broadcloth, trimmed in embroidery. She carried a lovely boquct of bridal roses and hair feriiB. Mr. Wnthen, was always dignified and unusually handsomo in a full dress suit of black. Immediately after congratulations tho guests were ushered into the dining room, where a beautiful bible, ladened with delicacies, fruits and flowers, awaited them. Tho happy couplo left forthwith, amid a chorus of rice, for Chnttanooca. Tcnn., and Ashville, N. C. many and very ele Tho presents-wcrgant, consisting ol silverware ami cm glass. There' a purple half to the purple grapo, And a sweeter half to the peich J There', a warmer half to the human heart, Which kindly deed, may reach ; There's a brighter half to thl dreary world. Where the iktca are ever blue , And a better half to every man, Wh to wife Is good and true," JJ I Mil 111 P S3 CD xn vouchers for all the money they ever received from tho Cooperage Company and sovcral tenants who occupy parts of the laud and cultivate it ; that tho timThe largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices ber was sold to tho company for a just can he found at price and they are in no senso delinquents and did not exceed their powers in selling timber off tho laud. Messrs. Harnett, Miller it Harnett repWe carry a largo assortment of Harness of our own manufacture resent tho plaintiffs, Messrs. David It. at prices to suit the times. Below wc quote prices of Harness inaua Murray and AV. S. Morrison represent from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Duncan and Mason, and Judgo J. A. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 55.50, SG.50, 87.50, $9.00 Murraj and Messrs. Fairleigh & Straus and 812.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.7.-- , tho Cooperage Company. All tho parWc carry a li: e 2.50, 3.50, 1.00, 4.50, 5.00, S7.00 and $10.00. ties have strong counsel and the case of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, 1 will bo stubbornly fought on every putt very low prices. Wc carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Tics, Tl e of tho ground. Judgo Murray and Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertainMessrs. David It. Murray and Morrison ing to the trade. We have a largo line of Collars, Hamcs and Chaim, were at Louisville last week and entered 1.00, 4.50. a plea to tho jurisdiction of tho Common Breeching 3.00, 3.50, Mr. C. P. Babbago will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds Pleas Court of that city, and a demurer to the petition, which the court took un- of repairs and make now work to order. It will pay you to examine our stock. der advisement. All the Way From Japan. IIawkes Dear Sir: I am much pleased with tho pantiscopic glasses you so perfectly adapted to my eyes : with them I am enabled to read, as in my youth, the finest print with greatest case. I cheerfully recommend them ta Respectfully, the public. Mn. A. K. (Ex-Go- D. HA1IBL1STOK R. B. HuiinXifo, of Texas) Minister to Japan All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. One Dollar Weekly Buys a good Gold Watch. by our Club System. Our 14 Karat patent stiffened gold cases are warranted for 20 years. Wnltham or Elgin movement, reliable and well known. Stem wind set, hunting or open face, Lady's or Gent's size. Wo sell ono Equal to any $75 Watch. of these Watches for $28 cash, and send to any address by registered mail, or by Express C. O. D., with privilego of ex- 1 ' Mr. Samuel L. S'ulzer, of Cannelton, amination. Our Agent at Durham, N. C, writes : "Our jetvelers have confessed they don't know how you can furnish such work for the money." Ind., is well known and highly esteemed in tho business circles of Cincinnati. He stands well with the bankers on third street, and wholesalo merchants regard him as ono of tho best and most progressive merchants that come to this market from tho banks of tho lower Ohio. Cincinnati Commercial. ID. 23:ulivBIL,ElT03Sr- - Ono good reliable Agent wanted in each place. Writo for particulars. E.iriitE Watch Co,, 48 & 30 Maidon Lane, Now York. Don't Read This! Tnlcss you want a bargain in McElree'8 Wine of Cardul and are for salo by the following merchants in T THEDFORD'S BOOTS, SHOES, . , ' " .' pOYAl II. 15. Ci. Big Suit by Wellfofd's Heirs Against Notice Saw Mill Men. Robt. E. Duncan, Henry Mason Wo want to buy for cash 000.000 feet and the Cincinnati Cooperof good Poplar lumber, cut one inch age Company About 11 and 1(1 thick by six inches wide, 80,000 Involved. feet long. IIinilLAXI) Pauk Planino Mn.i. Co., A suit has been instituted in the -', Breckenridge County : O. W. Short, Ilrashcar A Lay, Stephensport. Clover-po- rt OVERCOATS, CLOAKS, '' WINTER WEAR, adOr something of that kind, as we arc not making this a clap-tra- p were giving you something vertisement, as some do, as though they for nothing and at the same time trying to smother you with high For wc aro not selling out to prices under their false representation. business, hut wc arc positively going to give rare bargains to quit rV ' Rov. W. C. Brandon and wife went to Owensboro Monday. Mr. Brandon is a member of tho committee which was to have met there yesterday to investigate By Telephone to the News. tho charges against Rov. II. M. Ford Jan. 20. The court HAitniNsiicito, whilo presiding elder in this district. and after considerable wrangmet y Mrs. Rebecca Huckaby, widow of tho ling over tho juil question, decided to committee's report and build a lato Joshua Huckaby, died at Jicr resid- accept jail at a cost of $11,723, contract Cannelton, on Thursday night stone Tboy first rejected tho report, ence in price. at twelve o'clock. Deceased was 82 years hut afterwards reconsidered. Tho railThanksgiving Day, and was road tax was also levied nt 00 cents on of ago last the $100 worth of property one of the first settlers of that city. POWDER Absolutely Pure. tartar baking powdor. Highest of all in leav6ning strength.-A cream of S. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889, Weiknc&f. Malaria. Indlecitlon and UlUousncaa. take medicine. Oct tho Reimlno. U. lOIl THE JILOOD, UUOWN'S IRON BITTEI18. It cure quickly, For aala by all dealers In Louisville Common Pleas Court against parties by the Well-for- d tho above-name- d heirs for timber taken from a tract of land in Hancock county of some r00 acres belonging to them. Tho Cooperage Company bought tl 0 white oak timber some timo ago and worked it into staves. It bought tl o timber from Mason und Duncan, claiming to bo agents of tho owners. Tho plaintiffs claim Mason and Duncan were not their agents, and suo for damages to tho land in removing tho timber. Mason and Duncan claim they were tho duly authorized agonts, and had been so recognized for several years, and that they have receipts and lloom 7, Tyler Building, Louisville, Ky. SCIE -- .Cash Buyers:- M. MEYEE & CO., In i Winter-wea- r, A pamphlet of Information sirsci oi mo iwi, snowing j tow ioa udiiq raiimii, isTeau. 'iraae. uuuit, (Mpjrisnu, itni ntt-- and ab- - purchase. until wc close it out to make room for our Spring Coino nt onco to see us, while our stock is complete.' . ,Ulwl IMUNN a. ou. IlronUirnr. .381 new Yariu, Buras, Ky. ,11 I . "H' Breckenridge News. REMINISCENCES. nV AS XO. VII. Sinco the publication in regnnl to a communication lias been received from Mrs. llachcl B. Witt, of Stephcnsport, relating to a trip made by her grandfather, Henry Hardin, at a period antedating that of which wo write. In 1810 he made a trip in a boat built by himself, using a whipsaw in getting tho timber. The cargo consisted of corn, pork, lard, meal, chickens and a few horses, one of which he was to ride hack home. g, With this boat he started from the mouth of Sinking Creek (no town thero V at that time), having only one man to accompany him, and that man was so frightened at the sight of the turbulent Mississippi river that he declined to go further. His boat was of course a very small one, but floated safely to its destination, and after disposing of his load, and with such parties as he could meet with, most of them on foot, they made their way back as best they could through almost trackless swamps and forests, pawing through what was then the Indian nations. " ing sick, and perhaps discouraged, he determined in one month after his arrival to return home. Ho found n vessel about to sail, and making known his condition, and that he was a Mason, passengers and others made up an amount sufliclentto pay his way; but on reaching San Dego, after a voyago of some eight hundred miles, his condition w.8 such that ho was left there with a nurse to attend him until ho should recover or die; the latter was his fate, and there ho was buried. He had taken the precaution to send the money with which he was entrusted to his wife by express, and it was in due time paid over by her to its rightful owners. Of the others, Richard Skillman died, W. It. Mays remained and was reported to have died in 18o0, and the others, after remaining two years with varying success, returned home via Central America, passing through Nicarauga, where tho large ship canal is now being constructed. For burns and wounds wo would recommend Salvation Oil. All druggists sell it at 25 cents. Many cases have come under our notice where a single bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup relieved a sufferer from a so vi rj col I, wh eh had hem treated for months by competent physicians, 2.3c. An interesting church trial will take place at Owcnsboro on the 20th of this month. The Itev. II. M. Ford was Presiding Elder there a year ago, and while there, there was a good deal of gossip about the way he conducted his business affairs. At the conference last October a committee was appointed to investigate the charges against him. This committee Trill meet on tho 20th. It is said that tho charges are very grave, Including borrowing money without any hope of repaying it, and obtaining indorsement to bank paper by what might Recurring, however, to the times and be called false pretenses. It is thought things which came under the writer's that Dr. Ford's son, a fast young man personal observation, it may bo said was tho cause of his fall. Tho son was t iat few changes occurred for several stout and able to earn his living, but his years in the general aspect of affairs in father supported him in idleness. 1niis-vill- e Times. tiie town orcounty. True, a gradual improvement was going on in some reEupepsy. spects; more interest was being mani-f.ste- d This is what you ought to have, in in schools, which had been neg-- 1 cted, especially in the country, and fact, you must have it, to fully enjoy the necessity for better buildings and life. .Thousands are searching for it in ire competent teachers was being dis- daily, and mourning because they find it not. Thousands upon thousands of dolcussed. lars are spent annually by our people in In tho meantime a convention for al- the hope that they may attain this boon. tering or amending the constitution of And yet it may bo had by all. We the State had been called to meet in guarantee that Electric Bittern, if taken 184!). Col. David It. Murray, whose accouling to directions and the use perpronounced opposition to making the of- sisted in, will bring you Good Digestion ficers of the State elective, especially and oust the demon Dyspepsia and inthe judiciary, was announced as a candi- stall instead Eupepsy. We recommend date for the position of delegate, while Electric Bitters for Dyspepsia and all Joo Smith, who as a member of the Leg- diseases of Liver, Stomach and Kidneys. islature had taken an active part in call- Sold at 50c. and $1.00 per bottle by G. ing the convention, also became a candi- W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. date, favoring strongly the election of Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky. all officers by the people. Henry WashA Grateful Pastor. ington, a prominent citizen of the coun1 wish to thank tho members of my ty, also announced himself a candidate upon the Smith platform. Shortly after- church, through the News, for the many ward the California fever, originating in nico presents during the holidays, such 184S, developed in this county, and on as slippers, collar and cull' box, handkerthe 27th of March, 1849, Joe Smith, chiefs, silver fruit and nut knife, hooks, with two mules bought of Washington, etc. I assure them the heart of their .started for the golden shore, leaving tho pastor has been warmed as much as it is race to the other two candidates. These possible for the overcoat to warm his gentlemen canvassed the county thor- back. I am thankful for all these, but oughly. The result was a verdict by the much more for the love and esteem that people in favor of the position taken by prompted the gifts. The reminders of Henry Washington, and although the love and confidence will cheer him. in evils predicted in consequence of so rad- the dark hours of another year's labor ical a change as was made by the conamong this people. As soon as I have vention were not realized to the extent the leisure I will give in the News a feared by some, there are still many who statement of the work dono this year. question the wisdom of the policy purW. K. Pemiod. sued in regard thereto. Of course he was glad, after such a trip, to get home again, and his faithful horse, when Hearing the place, manifested equal interest, and it was with dilliculty that he could bo properly reined in. This was of course before there were any steamboats on the river, a:id such trips tcre attended with hard-s- i ips and perils unknown to the present gi Deration, and only among the earlier Hi ttlers, of whom the Hardins were es-- p daily noted for deeds of daring, could men be found adequate to such undertakings. Rev. H. M.Ford, late Presiding Elder of this District, in Trouble. Can't Sleep Nights And yet a majority of the people will Is the complaint of thousands suffering always vote for the largest liberty, and from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. the present convention will make this Did you over try Dr. Acker's English i hange apply to the few executive ofRemedy? It is tho best preparation ficers or advisers of tho "chief execuknown for all Lung troubles. Sold on a tive" now appointed by him. The pop- positive guarantee at 25c. and 50c. by G. ular cry of "a government for the peoV. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & ple and by the people," as contradistin- Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. guished from that of the perpetuation of A Pointer for Merchants. party and protecting monopolies, is as essential to the best interests Tho Pennsylvania, one of tho best pay-ini f the masses and to the security of their and best managed systems of railberties. roads in tho country, after several years' trial, has concluded to abandon all Henry Washington died after the kinds of advertising except that in reguhad been formed and submitted lar new spapers. For over two years past to a ote of the people, and Daniel J. the passenger department has been exMephens was elected to succeed him, perimenting to ascertain if a given sum and upon the assembling of the conven- of money expended in posters, flyers, tion for the purpose, signed the constihangers, etc., or an equal sum in newstution. paper advertising brought about the best results. In every case the company The following were the first ollicers has found that the newspaper advertist lected under tho present constitution: ing brought the best and most satisfactoCircuit Judge, Jesse W. Kineheloe; ry returns for the money invested, and lounty Juilge, Williamson Cox; Circuit that it is read by many more peoplothan ud County Court Clerk, Joe Allen; in any other way. Hereafter the i oinmonwealth's Attorney, Alf. Allen; will confine all its advertising C iiiinty Attorney, S. C. Chalfaut ; Sher-il- f, to tho newspapers, through which med(.!. I. Jolly. John 15. Itruner was the ium it will reach the iiiasscsofthe people. first county representative, succeeded by Ir. J. II. Thomas. We Can And Do gl I Penn-syhania Boys, Help Your Mother. of big boys, boy will make a' kind hus"I know that band, ho is so good to his mother," and, 'vice versa" Tho misconceived idea that boys sometimes get in their young heads, that It makes a boy look little to do chores about tho house for his tired mother, is one that ho will reflect on with many a remorseful regret, when that mother shall have finished her ministratious for her boy, of which she was so proud, and gone to her reward. Wc are sorry, too, to be compelled from to believe, in nino our own stand-poin- t instances out of ten, this lack of assistance is more nttributablo to tho father than to tho boy. Boys as a general rule, when they get to the age of 14 or 15 years, seem to somewhat, grow away from their mother, and tako most of their lessons out of their father's book, and if tho pages of that father's book are filled with tho useful, and the' instructive, as it should be, that is all right so far. But if the father teacher his boy that he will never be a man so long as ho "judges," as ho calls it, about tho house, and helps his mother, he is simply giving him a club to break his own head with. It never injured the business capacities of any man or boy to make himself useful, and whatever his hand sees to do, do it willingly. If Hon. David Murray Bhould set the table and wipe tho dishes for his wife, if necessary, could he not plead a case with as much power and eloquence, as if ho had not stooped to this piece of vile drudgery? Some one may say, yes, but ho is not a boy; his profession is already made. We admit that, and add the more useful a man is the better proof it is of his usefulness as a boy. Now, boys, if you have been at school all day, take into consideration tho long routine of domestic toil your mother has gone through during the day, and cheerfully thinking of the educational advantages you are working up that will, if used judiciously, open the road to success for you and make you a good and hannv man in years to come. This thought has a great deal to do with lightening the burden that would otherwise seem so heavy, and when you come in be deasaut and cheerful; don't throw b oks, caps, overccat and every wrap on the bed, chair, or the first thing you come to, and sit down by tho fire and wait for her to come in and invite you out to tea; but put your things in the proper place. Go to the kitchen and ask her if there is not something you can do to help her; if thero is not, you can tell her of your good success at school during tho day, and sho will bo rewarded by that and your consideration of her duties. We hope we will not be misunderstood. Wo do not mean for boys to help their mothers and leave the girls in idleness, for tho writer of this believes there is work for everybody. It is often the case that there are large fami lies, mostly boys, and to this class I refer especially. Some boy will say, "Would you believe now if there were six girls an 1 ono boy, that the girls ought to help tho boy?" We answer, yes; and you won't find one such girl out of a dozen but would love to help their brothers carry in stove wood, bring water, and, if in the country, ride the horses to water, drive up the cows, help milk, and most anything else. Boys, don't let anybody get such silly ideas in your young heads, that you wi)l never be a man if you stoop to help your mother. You may never make a good doctor; you may never make a good preacher; you may never be a successful lawyer, nor a great statesman, nor a successful business man of any kind; but if you do not you will never feel that your lack of success was because you helped your mother in your boyhood by taking some of her cares and labors off her shoulders. I now repeat, boys, love and respect your mother, and when her hair becomes bleached by the frosts of years, love her the more, as her stay with you will not be long. Stephensport, Ky. It is very often remarked An Illustration AofeMSSrlSP Of the value of extensive and judicious advertising of any article of undoubted merit is found in tho remarkable success of the California Fig Syrup Co., which has simply been phenomenal, even in this ago of gnat enterprises. ja& Organized a few years ago to manufact3&U ure a new and moro perfect remedy than 1891 WE VRVU FOt? had ever been produced, a laxative with EDITHD SY Bill Arp, original and attractive features, prepared ' Undo Rcihhs, DR. from delicious fruits and health-givin- g riunkctt, plants, ono which would be pleasantand To tho exclusion of all other ngri Jeff Wellborn, refreshing to tho taste, as well as really rlcullnral magazines. Mrs. W. H.Felton, Editress beneficial to tho system, tho manageWoman's Department. His "Thoughts for tho Month" and wisely concluded to select the ment very Dairying, by J. F. Dnjrgar. "Answers to Inquiries" alono leading newspapers throughout tho Horticulture, by S. A. Cook, to tho United States to make known worth tho subscription Foultry, by II. A. Kuans, public tho merits of the now remedy, prico to nay moro than 100 of tho best And Syrup of Figs. Recognizing tho Special Writers In America. farmer. News as a most valuable adHEMRY W.GRADY, Founder, vertising medium, arrangements were mado with it for tho attractive advertiseCommissioners of Agriculture of every Southern State will write for it, Tho January issuo ment which appeals in our advertising printed in blUO and gold, profusely illustrated. Handsomest magazino over published. columns. As happens with every valuable C5 ft- RoilthflPTi barm $1.00 f1fiT Vflnr. J7nnm M,UU Wanlrlv PnnoMfnH ... ww . j remedy cheap substitutes are being offerM.U nnrl HUUIUJ UUUJIHUUUU IP1.UU. t ,. Address THE SOUTHERN FARM, ATLANTA, GA, ed to tho public, but with the general di ffusion of knowledge it is becoming moro rjgpggjgjjBjigp difficult each day to impose on the pubtrifled lic. Health is too important to be with, and reputable druggists will not -attempt to deccivo tho public, iw they Louisville, St. Loufs & Texas R. R. Co. -all know that Syrup of Figs is manufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Co., of San Francisco, Cal., Louisville, Ky., Ncw York, N. Y. Do not accept any Taking- - Effect imitations if cheap offered. 1 msczbiMSsMisi, THE SOUTHERN FARM. Wm. L. JONES, Bukck-ENitiixi- K copy free. .,-- TIME SCHEDULE Wttt Bound Traint 1801 FRANK S.COOK. : Eail Bound Traint A Child Killed. 63 M Mall & Mall A Another child killed by the uso of opi- Expr'i Kxpr'i STATIONS Kxpr's Expr'i Dally Dally Dally Dally ates given in tho form of Soothing syrup. 625pm 8 05a in Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 1 05pm 905pm Why mothers give their children such 0 4U 820 jvcniucKy a. 12 60 810 West Point 1210 deadly poison is surprising when they 720 900 12 07pm 805 Howard 725 903 can relieve the child of its peculiar trou11 warn 745 Hock Haven 745 920 7 35 Long Branch 1143 927 bles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. 765 726 Ilrandenburg 1134 937 804 722 ormorphino. Sold 8U7 Meade Spring! 1130 40 9 It contains no opium 1121 716 9 46 814 Ekron byG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and 822 961 707 1110 Ciustmi 1107 668 10 Ri Irvington 830 Ky. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, 6 49 1068 839 1012 8 47 10 LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES, DOOES, The Farmers of Meade are crats. Demo- Tho farmers of Meade county, like the farmers in many other counties in Kentucky, are not advocates of third party movement. They doubtless believe, Cleveland, that '"the with Democratic party is prepared to meet all the wants of the pedplo as they arise, and to furnish a remedy for every threatening evil." A great many farmers think so, if tho majority in tho next counts for House of Representatives anything. Hartford Herald. 919 933 940 952 10 01 9 02 91U 916 IM 20 1027 1036 10 Webtter Lodiburg PJercc 1061 6 41 44 1049 1114 1062 1106 1126 1137 Sc.iple Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops 1042 1036 1026 1021 1018 1003 965 9 44 Skillman Ilnuesvlllc 1144 Petrlc 1008 1161 1014 Falcon Cayce 11661m 1017 12 03pm Lewis port 10 23 Powers 1041 lZZi 1235 Pates 1065 Owcnsboro 1245 1106 Mattlngly 1269 1118 Stanley 1126 107 Worthlneton 117 1137 Spottsvllle 1165 137 12 05pm 140 llaskctts 12 20am 2 00pm ar.Henders'n lv 932 923 917 913 906 847 832 822 808 769 7 47 7 2S 624 615 609 6 (Hi 561 543 531 6 21 612 606 601 465 438 4 25 630 SASH ac ZBLIZtsTIDS Estimates promptly made. MAI1T BET. 417 4 0'. 366 719 705im 3 46 3 31 3 23 3 10pm II 15th & 16th STS., t Lau1svi'le,Hardinsburg&Western I III A Duty to Yourself. No. 5 Tln.t TABLE. It is surprising that people will uso a common ordinary pill when they can Taking Kffect at S.00 o'clock a. m. Sunday September 28, 1890. secure a voluablo English one for tho H.itt Hound Trains same money. Dr. Acker's English pills West Bound Trains Dally I Dally and Dally Dally nro a positive curo for ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex bun. ex San 1 are small, sweet, No. 2 No. 6 No. 6 No. all liver troubles. They 9 5 45p easily taken, and do not gripe. Sold by 630am 11 15im I.v Irvington Ar 912 4 60 Garfield 1142 715 4 26 862 llurncd G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt 7 37 llfiSam 8 44 416 1205pm Junction 745 & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. 4 00 837 Hardinsburg 1213 7 65 sick-headacI 45-- LOUISVILLE, KY. "Mcution this paper. T& e 828 852 A Radical Change. 803 Jolly 300 1247 910 7 44 220 Glendeane 105 9 47 Do Fer I feel like a new man this 1015 729 146 Ilockvale 120 7 20 129 12U Kuth 1029 morning. 12 48 712 Askins 10 41 135 1224 667 Oaks 148 Waite (anxiously) Ah ! Do you feel 1101 6 45aml2 00m 1120pm 2 00pm ArPordsvllleLv of a man that any thing like the kind would be apt to pay debt of five dollars ? THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AIR LINE, (He paid it.) Jury. (L. . k ST. L. R. R.) appetite is gone nothing will If your SHORTEST, QUICKEST restore it more quickly than "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," tho great Tonic andl AND BEST LINE TO guaranteed curo for Chills and Fever. Sold by J. W. Owen. 1223 1236 Junction Kirk 8 28 348 815 323 fjmsm. II M'mm ; 114 1'V-ffl- " hit r a i vN.TGL..rvii i r-- s St. Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS South-Wes- t. Tbu-Cu- d The Bright Side of It. Patient I am very miserable, doctor; I havo no appetite whatever. Doctor You are in big luck, now that Lt. Arr everything has gono up so in price. Old Chronic Coughs are relieved moro speedily by "C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure," than any other remedy. Sold by J. W. Owen. Senator Hearst is reported at death's door at Washington. His disease is can-- ! cer of the stomach. His estate lias just been invoiced, it iB said, ot $20,000,000. vr ,cvWn4Jsv.-v W.est and j LL v iillH! :tsj r y I y 7c yiN. 7'EVsVlLLE, IND. in Effect Dec, 16, 1888, Louisville 8:45 a.m.. ,9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m St. Louis 7:45 " ...7:25 " 9:50 p.m. Evansville 2:25 " For further Information, call on or address, JOS. S ODI0RNE, Gan'l Pais. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. Paaag'r Ag't, Iioulavllle, Ky. ffntiglltiL forfnn.ilnTftnmid at anitlii. wwik fur u,( by Anna Ton, anl Jut). Ilonn, Tolrao, Ohio. io. tut. (Hhifi. Ndijiir.iw.il. Why WO.00 a na ) vu? Sum tm Btnmiih. Ton MM do ll. work ftndllT. Vtt huru., Mtirrrvr-- 7,u ' Kf'n b . rmnrr ar. ...u? .irnmjr rrom W. .how too how Illl. if. . All nd t.rt yoa. Con work I. ipor. lino pf .11 III. lim. liif moaffj ivr imr" imonr (TOO .". F.IIur. unknownTarllruUrttbra. S KW .ml wnnd.rful. BRE B rf No child can sleep soundly while suffering with colic or from teething. Remove the causes by using Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. Only 25 cents. All sufferers from catarrh or influenza can look forward to a speedy cure by use-in- g Old Saul's Catarrh Cure. IflSVtkwssli Is Life Worth Living! Not if you go The departure of Joe Smith for California was followed three weeVs later, , by flvo young men say April 20, from the Mt. Zion neighborhood Jas. II. Moorman, at present a citizen of Cloverport; Jas. W. Moorman, son of I. C. Moorman; Itichard S. Skillman, son of Abram Skillman; W. It. Mays and Alex. May, tho latter now a citizen of Oakland, Cal. This party went by boat to Independence, Mo., and from thence took the overland route via South I'ass, tho "Fremont trail," and overhauling Smith, reached the Sacramento valley in just six mouths from the time they left Independence; and this was the first party from this section of country, nil except two being under twenty-on- o years old. They found game plentiful along the route, buffalo, bear, deer and smaller game; also some Indians, by whom they were once attacked. The farmers of Meade county, who arc members of the Farmers' Alliance, take the sanio position assumed by their Hart county brethren on the question of politics in their organization. They do not believe in a third party, and deprecate the attempt to make the Alliance a cat's pa for political Tho object of the organization is to improve the condition of the farmer, not to promote the interests of the ambitious pol iticians or to oppose the present political parties by inaugurating a third one. A majority of the farmers of Kentucky affiliate with the Democratic party. They have no grounds for believing that their organization can not accomplish its Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for objects as well through tho medium of it has been fully demonstrated to tho the Democratic party, as it could through people of this country that it is sujierior a party distinctly its own. Tho to all other preparations for blood dismembers of the Alliance recogeases. It is u positive cure for syphilitic nize this fact, and refuse to sacrifice their poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pimpolitical convictions merely to please a ples. It purifies the whole system and few soreheads. Danville Advocate. thoroughly builds up the constitution. For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., The New Discovery. and Wittifc Meidor, Hardinsburg, Ky. You have heard your friends and wire-worker- s. d through tho world a dyspeptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are ll.llallvti A4'..lluxHHUlurtland,Maln't a positive cure for the worst forms of Children like to take "C. O. O. Certain Dyspepsia, Indigeston, Flatulency and Chill Curo," the pleasant and guaranteed and sold by The Farmers of Meade True to Their Constipation. Guaranteed curo for Fever, Ague and Malaria better G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt Colors. Sold by J. AV. Owen. than Quinine. & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Sixteen blast furnaces in the Mahoning Valley have entered into a combina tion and are shut down, Ten thousand workmen are thrown out of employment. The object is to force down tho prices of coke ond tho freight rates of railroads. 'Modern Success. Lerflhead There goes tho writer of the latest successful novel one tluit everybody is going crazy over; millions of copies sold. Friend That man? He doesn't look as if ho had a tvirticl of genius. Levelhead He hasn't. New York Weildy. A ''W or a... . is ono of tho beat known city luxuries and each time a cake an hour is saved. On floors, tables and painted work it acts like a charm. For scouring' pots, pans and metals it has no equal. If your does not keep it you should insist upon his doing so, as it always gives satisfaction and its immense sale all over the United States makes it an almost necossary article to any well supplied store. Everything shines after its use, and oven the children dolight in using it im their attempts to help around the houso. is used tore-koeper SOON WLrL. IWiR! QUICKLY MARRIED COPVNif nr B AFOLIO Old Stand - By's GEO. W. SWEARINGEN, HOUSE. You will find UNION NATIONAL Ify.BANK Wm. Pres. L. O COX. Cash Cor. Nix III mill AIiilu Nix., I.oulKVllle CAPITAL S760.000. SURPLUS, $50,000. DIRECTORS. P Ottr. R.F. IHllce, W T Grant, C O Siratcr. John (5. Rosm. n W Wood. Fred Hsetts. luaicW. Dernhrlm, W. W Drrimnnd. John Doerhocfcr, James P. Curd, Henry Itrockmln on Time Deposits. ( e;oitatcs Purchase and bale ot Bonis. Solicits your Uusinets STOVES SEND US $2.50 Oi all kinds und Prices. .'iys Interest Printers' Ink A JOU11XAL Level Headed Farmers. The Meade County Alliance insists that it will have no third party on its plate. It demands tho retention of the idea of tho Alliance constitution. And right there is where the Meade county farmers show they nro n possessed of level heads. rite. Franklin Favo- Dr. Mendcnhall experimented for fifteen years before ho was convinced that After establishing their claim Smith ho had perfected in "C. C. C. Certain was sent to San Francisco with $500 to Chill Curo," tho best remedy on earth buy supplies for the iplncs, but beconv for Cough and CqMij. Sold by J. W, Owen V A Graduate of Medicine. Being a graduate of u Medical College, Of Every Description. I am of course prejudiced against all am secret proprietary medicines, but I compelled to say, after being cured of a PUMPS, violent case of Inflammatory RheumaCROSS-CU- T SA WS, tism, that S. S. S. is tho remedy for that disease. I took S. S. S. after everything else had failed. I had all sorts ot treatGRATES, ment with tho best physicians. Had MANTLES neighbors talking about it. You may tho Turkish bath treatment ; went to Of Kinds. yourself bo ono of the many who know Hot Springs, Ark., ; Jacksonville, Fla., ; Agent for Henry Diston & Son, from personal experience just how good Colorado Springs, and (o California ; but a thing it is. If you havo ever tried it no relief. Then I started home, tired Saws. Belting, &c, Sec. you are one of its staunchest friends, bo and worn, disgusted with medicine. A Iron Roofing for Sale or put on cause the wonderjul thing about it is friend persuaded mo to tako S. S. S. and that when onco given a trial, Dr. King's I did it moro to gratify bftn than from the building. Also you can get Now Discovery ever after holds a place any hope of cure, and tho first bottle anything made in the Tin, Copper in the house. If you havo never used it put mo far on tho road to permanent and Sheet Iron line, and should bo afflicted with a cough cure. I continued it until I am sound cold or any Throat, Lung or dies and well. Geo B. 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