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Mnr.il lnltc tin n tn j ntir shire. ihtfaiiti'iiriiitf rifi v; ' Success tan be achieved In any business liy untiring lmlutry,care-fii- l economy ami judicious adverto opulence lies tising. 1 lie through printer' Ink. ro-ii- l p THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVEKPOKT. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1891. .rw ! gSW I Kolls. One-six- th VOL. XV. NO. 2;. !! . i g llunA inntnnn 'nmn UUWU III Willi) 1UIMW1I. o By FRANKLIN nt t rj Ti I We rhell corn. We run it through two cleaners. "It PILE I er.i or not." r "Then let us got at tin t2ry of tho her, case if wo can," Will "so as to knov," what i3lKt tj attempt. Wo aro convinced that Hid bojns money wli'-Oa111 udino-.iinlic- "I must hel;i hTii, into this awful disaster, We grind it on We Bolt and Purify the meal all for Toll. We shell and chop it for feed for One-eigMhToll. Did you ever-heaof a mill doing r better ? Thursday and Saturday of each wpplr nr a mil rlavs for custom work! on corn. If you want the from your own corn or feed ground, come on these days. meal We us. exchange every day. Come and see IRVINGTON, KY. WHAT SCROFULA BRONCHITIS EMULSION COUCHS SCOTT'S CURES CONSUMPTION AViauis Itmglied viciously. lie hnd not known beforo how small tin amount it had been iwsxiblo for him to win in the game, and ho niigrily exclaimed: "Your worthless parent ho hadn't 11 cent either, I suppose, lint wo find hN pockets full of counterfeit money just the bnine. Whero did it come-- from, I'd liko to know'" "lie Niys ho won it from you," said Will. "Tell mo how in this gamo that never was played how It waa that ho conlil start into it without a cent to play with?" Winms excitedly argued. "Better bo off to bed, my boy," Boss Donald said; "you can't do anything tonight. Off with you!" Will Brown obeyed tho last emphatic command, so far at least as to slowly quit tho spot. Douco would have followed him, but the hand of Donald was still on her wrist. "Little girl," ho said, with abated harshness, "you're going to get right into tho hammock in my tent and stay thero till daylight. I can't uso anyhow, and you'10 my quarters welcome to them." There was force enough in his ono arm to conquer her hardest resistance, and so she mado none by either word or motion, but let him lead her to a tent, which was high and square, for it served the boss as a daytime ofiico as well as for sleeping quarters. It had no occupant until they entered. From ono end polo to tho other a hammock was strung. It was as high as the man's breast, and therefore about level with tho girl's chin. Without a word ho lifted her in his arms and laid her in tho suspended couch. "Now there's no uso fretting," he said, with what was gentleness in such a man accustomed to giving gruff orders to gangs of laboiers; "you go to sleep, do yon heai?" and ho set tho hammock to swinging liko a cradle. "Nothing shall happen to your father before morning nor to you. Good night." "Thank you," she responded faintly. "Good night." She lay alone, gazing wide eyed and sleepless at tho canvas roof, with her mind in an absolutely thoughtless condition. Tho blow had stunned her, and sho only slowly regained her accustomed mental activity. The sky became filled with drifting black clouds, and it was at increasingly rare intervals that they let the moon shino through. At one of theso times, following a fow minutes of darkness, tho illumination was so sudden and brilliant that tho change roused her from a lethargy which might otherwise have lulled hor to sleep. An instant of daze, of confusion as to where bIio was, and tlgji sho saw a man sharply shadowed on the side of the tent. It was a startlingly vivid silhouette. Tho figure's pantomimo was that of cautious stealth, and it was her first alarmed belief that it was inside tho tent. But it y was noiseless and it disappeared as as it had come She stared at tho sud-lenl- "He had to get a ilollnr from me." Copjrlslit. 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Instantly the intruder was closo to hor, with his hands clasping hers tokecp her still, and She saw that ho was WJ11 Brown. "I've come to talk with you, Deuce," ho said; "I don't know whj, for I don't seo that wo can do a thing yet." "I'm glad you'vo come," and she held hard to his hands, liko a child not fully "I waa awakened from a nightmare. lonesome and scared.' "But we can at least come to an understanding about this matter this arrest. I am suro my father didn't know Ho is a the money was counterfeit. drunkard as much of a sot by spells as' circumstances permit, but I never know him to do a dishonest act. Thirst for whisky would tempt him to indiscretions, but to nothing so methodical or calculating as to deal in bogus bills. It isn't in him, Deuco; ho wouldn't bo equal to it if ho tried." Ho stopped with an indication that politeness prevented him from going on. "But you're thinking that my father lias brains and badness for it. What kind of nn oath can I take, Will Brown, to inako you take my word for tho truth?' "Whatever you tell mo now hero I will beliovo you." Their hands wero yet clasped together, and as ho stood beforo hor, whilo sho bent her head in her earnestness to seo in tho darkness whether ho looked serious or mocking, their faces almost touched. "Then I tell you that my father is innocent about this bad money. Wo hadn't so much as a dlmo between us when wo got hero. Ho had lost in an unlucky gamo all tho money wo had started with from Omeda. That's why wo camo along hero no better than tramps. Ho surely surely brought no counterfeit bills. I am not saying ho's what ho ought to bo; and I'm nfraid it's likely ho's used a bad bill if ho had it. But, no no don't think ho is a criminal. We'ro very, very intimato dad and I; and ho's an honorablo man in his sort of way. Wo'ro adventurers, but upon my soul wo aro not reprobates. My mother is watching us from up yonder, you know, and sho would seo it if dad was to tako mo to disgrace. Ho promised her ho wouldn't, and ho hasn't." Sho was weeping now, and when sho loosed ono liand to wipe away tho tears Will's disengaged arm encircled her It was wholly n caress of sympathy and faith, ns sho somehow understood, and in a moment sho was sobbing, with her faco buried on his shoulder. "Thero thoro. Don't cry nny inoro," ho conjured her, and thou wont on with a good reason for continued weeping: "You can't help your father in his and" "Don't say that," sho interrupted, slipping down from tho hammock and Btand-l- n with everv fiber tense for action. was won from Aleck Whims, aro wo not? and therefore wo mu-- t conclude that Wiauit; is tho real criminal. The officer, Alloway, says the gove.'.iment got information of u quantity of counterfeit treasury notes being sent into this region. Ho was detailed ta nearoh them out. Ho found that thoy were being circulated along thoiouteof this telegraphic expedition, but very sparingly. Then he hit on the ruse of pretending to bo a son of the houdoo woman, and that is all ho probably knows about it. Ho will tako his prisoners back to Apahoquo in tho morning." "That is a rough town, full of Oklahoma boomers. Wo camo through it threo days ago." "And Alloway spoko of tho chances that an Apahoquo mob might lynch his captives, because some of tho bogus bills have been passed there. Ho talked to Whims about this danger, and Wiams offered to provide half u dozen men for a posse. Hush I" Tho admonition was caused by Deuce's incautious cry of alarm. "Don't you sec," sho said, "that if Wiams has made two men scapegoats for himself ho will get them lynched instead of saving them? They'll bo murdered." "We will muster a forco to defend them." "Better release them "How?" "Well, somehow anyhow." Tho girl was emboldened with her purpose, and her companion caught from her an ardor of spirit uncommon to his calmer temperament. "Let mo think," he meditated. "Tho guards can't bo expecting an attack from the outside. Thoy're only watching tho wagon to seathat its inmates don't break out. Mightn't I take ono unawares when the others wero not too closo by, silence and down him by. throwing a blanket over his head and so give you a chance to slit the canvas with a knife? If wo had four horses ready wo might get awav before much of an alarm could bo raised." "Could you fight a stronger man than yourself? It would bo better to let me help yon." "Tho fellow might bo strongor th.in but probably not so quick or dexterous, for I am something of u wrestler. Besides, ho would bo caught at a disad vantage. And your part would require all your time and presence of mind." They discussed tho details of tho plan freely yet rapidly. Then Will went out to get tho horses ready. Ho found whero tho two mustangs wero tethered. Theso and tw other horses ho saddled and left at u point a fow rods ulong the road. Then lis rcconuoitered the prison wagon. Tho guards were drowsy and unalert. The rest of tho camp seemed to bo fast asleep. Ho returned to the tent. Deuco was pacing to and fro like a young tigrei3 in a cage. A knife gleamed in her hand. "I found it here ' iho said, "and It .em3 sharp enough ti cut canvas quickly. Hero's a strong and not very heavy blanket for you to muffin the man with. Can wo do it right off?" "Yes," Will replied. They emerged cautiously into the darkness, which had becomo as heavy as rain laden clouds could mako it, and passed a dozen tents and wagons in which no signs of wakefulness were given by tho occupants. Suddenly Will, who was ahead, drew Deuco back bohind a wheel. He had heard tho approach of footsteps, and thoro was barely time to ensconce themselves before Aleck Wiams passed by so closely that they could have touched him. Will left Deuco where she was and stole after the man until ho entered his own tent. It was a small one, oxclusivo to Wiams1 own uso, and situated near by tho makeshift jail. A light soon glimmered within, and then tho watcher saw him fasten tho opening together, inclosing himself with remarkable care. Will dropped on his hands nnd knees, crept slowly to tho back sido of tho tent and lay flat on tho ground. The canvas showed no hole through which ho could look in. He crawled all tho way around tho tight structure without discovering a lesion in the cloth. Ho heard Wiams astir within, and tho position of the lighted lamp was .changed several times. At length, despairing of a less risky Will took out his penknife and made a tiny slit. With one eyo nt tho aperture he looked in. Aleck Wiams sat astrido a trunk, on which stood tho lamp, whilo in his hands ho held a package of treasury notes of tho same fraudulent manufacture that had been taken from his two scapegoats. Ho was irresolutely fingering them, as though making up his mind with difficulty what to do with them. When a determination was raached ho had to summon all his resolution to carry it out. Ho held a handful of the notes over the glass funnel of the lamp, but beforo tho heat ignited tho paper he drew it away. Wiams was compelling himself to reluctantly burn tho remainder of his stock of spurious inonoy for fear that it might be discovered. Ho had obtained it to mix with cash to pay to his employes. A little had been used in that way, and Dotectivo Alloway had followed tho tiall by means of theso cautions outputs. It seemed tho part of common sense to make'his safety suro by destroying all tho ovidenco of guilt rather than keep it at his peril. Again ho held the package over tho lamp and a charring corner broke into u flume. 'Stop, you scoundrel." Will Brown yelled impulsively. Wiams' action was equally inconsiderate and instinctive Ho dashed tho lamp to tho ground. But instead of putting out tho light ho created a vastly greater ono. Tho glass broke'with an explosion, and tho oil was thrown over tho man's clothes. Tho tent and its occupant were instau tly ablaze. A screech of fright and agony resounded through tho camp. The tent flamed high, and was gone liko a flash of fireworks, loaving Wiums burning liko a grout torch. The oil had saturated his gannontsaud he was envelopod in fire. Tho four temporary jallora rau hastily to tho epot. Deuco Low was noxt. She saw tho burning man, and believed that some mischance of tho intended rescue had delivered her father from duranco do-vic- ulio had brought tho blanket from where Will had dropped it on leaving her. Sho desperately wrapped tho woolen cloth around the fiery object. Then, other hands helped and tho flames wero smothered, but they saw that the man was dead, and Deuce as well as they recognized hii.i as Aleck Wiams. Her father hugged her, for the abandonment of his jail had left him free to join tho excited throng. "Oh, dad!" she cried, kissing him hysterically, "I thought 'twas yon." "Well, you wero saving your father just tho same," exclaimed Will Brown, "for you kept this evidence of his innocence from l)elng burned," and he took from the scorched hand of tho dead criminal tho half burned bunch of counterfeit notes. There was no more imprisonment for Jack High and Old Jugg Brown. A few days later thoy were discussing the singularity of their escape and tho commendable parts played in that event by their children. "It occurs to me," said Jack, without quite hiding his idea that such 11 thing would lw condescension, "that nothing would delight mo more than to marry my girl to your boy." responded "An' I've been ft Jugg, with still less concealment of his belief that the bestowal of honor would bo his, "that I'd liko to have my boy marry your gal." "Of course my daughter would not go into an engagement without first getting my consent. "An' my son wouldn't pop tho question without my knowin' of it beforehand." At that moment tho youngsters joined them. "Father," said Will Brown, "this young lady is Mis3 Laura Wallace, and she has consented to become my wife, and in telling you of it I am going lo say something to you straight and plain. You must sign a total abstinence pledge and keep it or wo will disown you. Tho escape you have had should be a life warning to never taste whisky the Pacific Ocean, and adjoining tho spot whero Father Junipcro Serra's soldiers planted the cross and the Spanish flag when they first caught sight of the Golden Gate. It is the residence of Adolph Sutro, the deviser nnd builder of Sutro Tunnel to the Coinstock Lode. The grounds contain about fourteen acres, and are beautiful in every conceivable way. Almost every country is represented by some of its most exquisite flowers nnd shrubs. Scattered through the grounds nre numerous copies of ancient and modern statues. Trees of various kinds are to be found here. The grounds are free to the public the only request is that nothing bo disfigured or destroyed. Itight below Sutra Heights is the Cliff House nnd Seal hocks, where hundreds of seals can be seen at any time stretched out in lazy nttitudes over tho rocks and kecpiiiK up a perpetual barking. We wondered if they were ever nil silent at the same time. We wero all anxious to seo Chinatown ; so some friends employed a guide and took us through on Saturday night, and I can assure you wo felt amply repaid for our trip. I had been through Chinatown in Los Angeles, but it is a mere babe compared to this one. We visited their joss houses, restaurants, dry goods, drug nnd grocery stores, and opium dens. They are a queer race of people, and their habits and customs are quite a study. Everything in their jo-- s houses is brought from China. The wood carving in these places of worship is exquisite. The joss is a queer looking wooden idol, fashioned to look man-likand our guide informed us that one joss we were admiring had been a great warrior, a great fighter in past ages. We saw an elaborate feast spread out in honor of the return of one of the gods from the theater, where he had been officiating. A whole hog was roasted beautifully brown and the table was ladened with delicacies, but I am unable to say whether the god or the people were expected to partake of the feast. The wooden image was brought in with a great flourish of banners nnd music that would deafen almost any one. If you have never heard a Chinese hand, you can have no conception of what it is like. The restaurants are clean nnd neat and the tea excellent. The chairs in one restaurant we visited were ebony inlaid with mother of pearl, and looked to be centuries old. The opium dens are horrible. The smokers pay veiy little attention to visitors. Some are just lighting their pipes, some about half conscious and look at you with bleared eyes, while others lay with closed eyes and give heed to nothing except nn occasional draw on the pipe. Most of them look liko wrecks. I will write you more on the Chinese subject at some future time. We spent a few hours in Sawsalite, which is about an hour's ride from San Francisco by boat, and the temperature is much warmer. It is built up mostly by men t. ho do business in San Francisco, and is ornamented by some lovely homes. It, is surprising to feci the difference in temperature when the two places are so near each other. Wo were in Oakland several times, and drove all over the city. It is a beautiful place, but quiet compared to Sau Francisco, and wanner. It should he called tho city of churches, for they are numerous and handsome. There is n substantial air about Oakland, and she can boast of many elegant homes, and her seminaries are largely patronised from all parts of the State. We now bid adieu to California. l'anuliso No. 2. We stopped one day and night in Salt Lake Citv. We found very little of interest between San Francisco arid Salt Lake City. The scenery was very pretty at times, nnd we saw a good many Indians, but they wero lazy, unkempt looking specimens. Our first trip in Salt Lake City was a visit to llrighuni Young's grave. It is very unpretentious, just nn iron railing around it and a plain marble slab to mark his lust resting place. Wo visited his homes and looked for some of his widows, but they seemed to bo 11011 et. Tho Beehive, where most of his wives resided, is a long, rambling structure, surrounded by n high stono fence. It was being repaired when wo wero there. Amelia Palaco Gardo House, tho ono built for his favorite wife, is a beautiful structure, modern in nil its arrangements, far Lucky ahead of tho other homes. Amelia, thought we. We were told that very few of Urighain's widows live in Salt Lnko City now. We saw quantities of "the ciop that never fails in e, I ask SOLID TRUTHS! for your patronage and propose to give vou in return full value ftr EVERY DOLLAR Left at my store. Therefore I call your attention to my new and handsome line of Goods, consisting of FARM IMPLEMENTS Such as ! EMPIRE DRILLS, OLD HICKORY WAGON! SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS, AVERY, MEIKLE & URA CLIPPER STEEL PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVELi., SHOP MADE SINGLE SHOVELS, And a full line of Plow and Machine repairs, Wagon Material, Iron f all kinds, Shingles, Doors, Sash and a full line of llardwarc, Lime, Sa.t and Cement, Brick and Tiling for Hues and drainage, c and pipe, and a full lino of Tinware. Water Drawers and Pump-- , Grass and Clover Seed of all kinds. Trunks, Buggies, Road Cait., Phaetons and Spring Wagons. J. B. JONES' PURE RAW BONE MEAL. CSTCusli paid for Country Produce, such as Hides, Feat hero, Eggs, &v. My house is situated on Seminary Street, opposite Public Hall. Everything new and good quality, and selected with the view of pleasing all, as I am working for trade my best endeavors will be to Save Money for all who favor mc with their patronage. COOK AND HEATING STOVES " T. IB. IE3IIEIISrSILiIE3"2", Farmers' Supply House, IlAnniNsnuno, Kv. HERE WE AHE AGAI2T Furniture endless in varie- ! emn u moment before grasping his son's hand, and said: "So help me God, I will never taste tho stuff again. An' I wish you "Dad," said Miss Wallace, "it is true that I have engaged myself to Will, and you aro tho only reason why I shouldn't be his wife. But if you will swear to let that game of poker bo your last hand of cards I will na..ie tho wedding day and put you on proi ation." "I solemnly swear that 1 will never gamble again," lie slowly answered. "God bless you!" irid he kissed a scar which the firo had on her hand. The fathers subsequently signed tholr names to a certain marriage certificate as "Robert II. Wallace and Henry A. Brown, witnesses." The nickname-- , of Jack High and Old Jugg were silenced along with that of Deuce Low when she became Mrs. Brown, and it seems that they will over be h-- ft again." Old Jugg Brown was silent and sol- ty. I am now back at my old stand and respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. Tin: i:.nd. TERRELL Gives an Interesting Account of Her L. ADDISON, KY. In tho place to buy SKWINCl MACHINE fir lesa mono than nny other placo in tho count v The iiMchites I tell nro equal to any th ' agents charge from $.li to $50 for: I guara' teo them to bo what I any or no trade. Ageti will lay tho machtno is no account, b cnuic tbo largo illflercneo in our prices, but figtiroon this as on everything I bundle, cut ns low as it can be cut. "My Motto" qui Trip Home from California San Francisco, Salt Lake and Other Cities Their Sights. Happy, prosperous New Year to you nnd yours, Mr. Editor. Have intended writing you since my return to the dear old State of Kentucky, but have allowed two months to slip by w ithout having E fulfilled that pleasant task." The Xkws gave mo a weekly greeting during my absence of two and a half years, and its familiar face always received a warm welcome. After such an absence of course I find many changes. Many of tho friends of yore have made now homes for themselves both in this and other States, while others have been claimed by the reaper Death and have entered the "great boyond." Tho railroad was not completed when I left. A great convenience it certainly is, though it does not boom our burg to any extent. Gns boomed and bursted dining my absence, and now wo cry for other booms ; substantial ones aro hoped for whose bottoms will not be so easily knocked out. I am not n wcilder of tho reportorial pen, Mr. Editor, but will endeavor to give you a few items of my trip from the laud of sunshine homo. Wo left I)s Angeles, Cal., Sept 10th, reached San Francisco tho 20th, and spent several days thero sight-seeinSan Francisco seems to mo to havo an individuality of its own; it is different from any city I have ever been in. There is a push and go about everything. You can seo moro elegantly dressed peoplo, more stylo on tho streets of San Francisco in ono day than you can see in most cities in three or four days. Tho San Francisco girls are noted for their beautiful complexions, but bleached hair and "manufactured" complexions aro so common thoy really qrow monotonous, and tho sight of something natural is refreshing. Kearnoy street is to San Francisco what Fourth street is to Louisville, and it is a surging mass of peoplo nil tho time. Wo drank from the fountain presented to tho city by Ixtta. California street is considered the resident street of tho city. Flood, Mackay and other celobritics havo elegant, homes on this street. Some portions' of it aro so steep that no vehicle except cable cars traverso it. AVo visited tho State Mining Bureau, and found curios sufficient to occupy us for hours, then left with the knowledge that much yet remained to bo seen. In this building a stuffed hog was on exhibition whoso former weight was 1,700 pounds (climato does not affect this story). Tho animal was a nativo of Virginia, and was as large as an oidinary Hrkck-ExniiKi- talcs and sinnl! profit. Two drawer droplesf Singer SowIngMachin low arm, with all attachments. $10,50 Flie drawer dropleaf Singer Sewing Mi chines, high arm, with all attachments $19. f Send mo n check or the money by regist letter, and I will ship you a machine to at part of tho country. Respectfully, L. U. ADDISON, Addison, K; leas you open your mouth nnd take in a sufficient quantity of the lluid to strangle yourself to death. It is the i . Old Stand - By't Utah." The Temple is a massive building, of granite, part of which miles, was hauled by team twenty-tw- o ono stone nt a time. Tho corner-ston-e was laid April 0, 1653, and tho building though workmen is still unfinished, wero busy on it. It is 200x100 feet; tho walls nro 100 feet and tho middle towers 200 feet. Tho Tabernacle is 250 feet long, 150 feet wide and 00 feet high, nnd can comfortably seat 8,000 people. You can stand at ono end of this immenso room and distinctly hear n whisper from tho other end, ir n pin dropped into hat. This building contains tho handsqmest plpo organ it was ever my pleasure to behold. Salt Lako City is quito 11 thriving place, with substantial buildings, broad streets and clean gutters, water running through them all the time. Wo went out to Garfield Beach and took a bath in tho wonderful Salt Ijikc. It is 100x40 miles in size, nnd is 1(1 per cent, salt; 4,218 feet. It is such a pleasure to float around in tho water and know there is no danger of being drowned, un- - built entirely. most delightful bathing 1 havo evei tried, and think it far ahead of ocean bathing. We attended the theater and imagined every other person there to be You will find a Mormon. Since tho law has decided against polygamy, what 11 deaith of widows there miibt be in Utah! One lady, editress of tho Woman's Exponent, gae us quito a little sketch of their lives. She Of all kinds and Prices. was bright and intelligent, and her conversation very interesting. She said sho was one of six wives, and they lived very harmoniously together, and had a sisterly affection for each other, and when one was ill tho others vied with eacli Of Every Description. other in waiting upon her. She said their children were attached to each PUMPS, other. One of our party suggested that GROSS-CU- T thoy were liko cousins, but sho claimed SAWS, a much warmer affection. She said hor TILIJS'G, husband's first wife was dead, and he was not permitted to live with or comMANTLES G HATES, municate with any of tho others. Of TCiiHh. Now wo were rather skeptical .about his wives living amicably together withAgent for Henry Diston k Son, out nny feelings of jealousy, for surely they aro not so very diflercntly consti- Saws. Belting, &c.t &c. tuted to us, even if their religion is difIron Roofing for Sale or put on ferent, and 1 am quite sure no man could live peaceably with his wives in this the building. Also you can got State, for it is more thnn many of them anything made in the Tin, Copper can do to live in penco with one, nnd and Sheet Iron line. what a fighting and scratching there would bo if six held tho fort! JfJJFGuns and Pistols repaired. Now, Mr. Editor, 1 will not trespass longeron your time or patience, but will City, leave our travelers in Salt and perhaps thoy will bo thoroughly CLOVERPORT, KY. Mormonied ere you hear from them Sincerely, again. Tkiikkm.. rirandenburg, Ky. HOUSE. STOVES HAEDWAEE FLUE $ all J. I. MILLER, 11 That Terrible Oough In tho morning, hurried or difficult breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in tho chest, qulrkned pulse, chillivosa in tho evening or sweats at night, all or any of theso things nre tho flrnt stages of consumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough Itoiuedy will cure theso fearful symptoms and is sold under a positive guarantee by O. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt e; Mendor, llardinsburg, Ky. A lino place -- cow. Golden Gato Park is beautiful and well worth a visit from all tourists. Tho conservatories in this park contain a rare collection of plants almost every species of orchids nro to be found there, and wo had tho pleasure of seeing tho Egyptian lotus in bloom. Sutro Heights, tho prido of San Francisco, Is situated within tho city limits, at the end o the continent, overlooking jiMffHJTJsf K A pamphlet of Information jra"AMEs,.!r dK JMm Fm and street of tbe laws, showing How toW Obtain Patents, Careats. TradeL. LXMaTls, CopirluhU, stnt JTU.rfB MUNN A OO.Ja hX301 Uroadnar, ah-a- w' H A police court. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JAXUAHY 28, 1891. JNO. D. BABBAGE Tiik County Assembly of the 1. 51. K. A. of Rreckonridgo county had a meeting, it scorns, on Jan. 17, 1891. Audit seems further that certain preamble and And this resolutions were adopted. preamble and these resolutions are said to recite strange and startling tilings concerning one John Young Drown. It is inferred from the text of these resolutions and preamble that some one in Krcckenridge county has had mysterious presentiments and revelations, for otherwise such grave, positive and specific assertions would not have appeared concerning the private matters of a discreet man. It may be so that "insurance companies," "whisky trusts," "railroad kings," "national bank associations," and all the enemies and haters of farmers, have conspired with Hon. John Young Krown and jointly pledged the sum of $10,000 to defray the expenses of ids canvas it may all be so; but how-dithe farmers find out all these particulars and the Hiikckuxiiiikie JCiiwh remain in total darkness until nfter they had got their scoop on us? We arc not going to contradict the farmers, because we don't know anything about it, and we have no special interest in defending 5Ir. Krown or otherwise ; but then it is discouraging to us, after all our painstaking to get all the news, to have the fanners from back in the country get together and nnnouneothc news before wo get it. Well, the farmers do well to watch their interests, and we venture to say that wise farmers will take care to be good Democrats. Tiik Nkws is not only growing in popularity among the reading classes, but is being sought after by the advertisers of the country. Iist w eek u e rejected contracts for advertising amounting to more than $1.")0. The Ni:ws has only a limited amount of space for advertisers, and its space has a value. None but the very best pajing advertisers can get in. We arc compelled to do this to protect our readers. A paper that has a circulition and expects to hold it, must protect its readers. We don't believe in blanket advertisers. sheets and dead-hea- d BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, - HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. Agent &. Corresp'nt V. CJ.HAIIIIAGE L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. Editor 5fattingly, J h 1,500...." Moorman, JesA 2,285.. " Jl'Ciackenllarv 7,350... " Moorman, D G 300...." 5Iattingly, J C .. 2,500 3,0C0 ANNOUNCEMENT. We are authorised to announce (1U3. W. HICIIAKDSON, to the Legislabi candidate for ture from Meade county, lubject to the action of the Demncratlo primary, June 13, 1891. "....... 10,000 1,000 200 li., St. I.. A: T. Ijocnl Tlmo Card. Mall mil Express gnlng Kast noun wear. Passenger Dally arr. Hardlnburg..l2:13 p.m. 7:55 a.in. " Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. OOIXO UNION STAR. Alf. Cashman is in New Albany. There is one vacant house in town. 5Irs. 51. J. Crosson has returned from New Albany. 5Ir. J. J. Severs attended court at Hardinsburg last week. Jliss Cora Cashman spent the holidays at Weldon, Ky. 5Iiss Dora Gardner's school closed at Shlloh on the 10th Inst. Revs. Browdcr and 5Ioycre held quarterly meeting hero on the 11th Inst. 5Irs. C. 51. McGlothlnn went to Lodi-bur- g to see 5Irs. A. Robertson, who is quite ill. Mrs. J. T. Hanks, of Stephcnsport, recently spent a few days with her mother, 5Irs. Bieketts. 5Irs. L. B. Helm and daughter, 5Irs. Vaughan, spent one day last week at 5Irs. Dr. 5Iilner's. Misses Jessie and Gertrude Elder, Ruth Cunningham and Laflo Parr were nt 5Ir. Cunningham's last week. 5Ir. C. 51. McGlothlnn went to Louisville last week to meet and escort his neicc, 5Iiss Susie Brashear, home. 5Ir. Alfred Dorsey, of Louisville, spent several days with his friend, W. B. Gardner, and now both are in Owens-bor- We Helicvc Wc - Kxprrii Local Freight " " West East Weit East Weit 10.05 -- 11.07 5.58 9 27 11.19 10.05 a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. EAST. . ' .7-- Wm. Consequence Of . V-; ' Tub prcnclierH oven have deserted tlio Constitutional Convention. Lir.rrKXAXT-Governo- r llryan lms with- drawn from the gubernatorial ruee. TilK citizens of kciii determined to ninke a united elRirt to get the State capitol moved there. 4 Hon. David 11. ll.ill, Democrat, ha been elected Tnitcd States Senator from New York to succeed Hon. Win. 51. Evil rtn, Kejiiiblican. Tiikkk prisoners escaped from the Shelbyvllle jail last week who arc said to be the most dangerous set of safe robbers that ever invaded the State. M its. Julia Higbee, of Meade county, who wacharged with the murder of her four children, has been adjudged insane and onlered to the Anchorago Asylum. Hon. Wm. F. Vilas, General in President Cleveland's Cabinet, has been nominated for the United States Senate by the Democrats of Wisconsin. suiivky i now being made of the Henderson State Line Itailroad. The people of Hartford want the road to come to their place, and are willing to give the right of way and some financial aid bv taxation. A Tiik Hospital College of 5Iedicine at Louisville, lias received five little bottles of Dr. Koch's lymph, direct from the The Tiik Directors of the L., St. L. & T. discoverer's laboratory at Kerlin. held a meeting in I.ouisville last Thurs- supply, though small, is sufficient for Louisville is day and all of the old oliicers of the road fifty thousand injections. General 5Iannger J. thus far the first city in the South to have ueie an opportunity for testing tins sensaK. McCracken, speaking as to the prosThe college stall will perity of the road, said that it was in ex- tional discovery. immediately begin experiments upon cellent condition and making money. patients at the hospital. Hundreds of A nitwit of the Woman's Christian consumptives in all stages are already Temperance Union made a raid on the applying for treatment at the hospital. saloon-keeper- s in Cannelton, Intl., last The cloture resolution was defeated in week and notified each and all of them that they must keep their saloon doors the Senate Monday by a vote of '!"i to 1)4. closed on Sunday. From all reports the This was a resolution introduced by Senhave been ator Aldrich, of Rhode Island, for the Cannelton saloon-keeper- s Sunday the bosh day of the purpose of stifling further debate upon making week for filling the boys up on stale the Force Kill, and is commonly termed the "Gag Rule." Its defeat is very sigbeer and bad whisky. nificant, and the people may well rejoice that their liberties have again been When the Constitutional Convention met at Frankfort last September, it was rescued from the imminent perils incisupposed three months would be ample dent to the present Republican administime for them to reform the old instru- tration and Congress. ment, fully complete their labors and Tin: laud owners in the West end return home. Hut live mouths have now gone by and the end is not yet. it should look well to the East and lower There's danger is doubtful from the rubbish they are their sights on lands. whether now of things taking an Eastward turn. lugging into the instrument it will ever be ratified by the people. Si:xatoii Hearst, the Democratic Senator from California, who has been at the S)int of death with cancer, is reported When ho heard somewhat improved. Morton has taken the bit between his teeth and is resorting to t lie same unjust methods in his rulings as presiding otlicer in the United States Senate as Doss Heed has adopted in the House. VicE-1'rcside- Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that contains Mercury, As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the am not going to die," and, it is said, that he forth witli proceeded to get better. "There's a Democrat for you," says and so say we all; the Courier-Journa- l, for if Senator Hearst should be removed by death, he would be succeeded by a Foico Kill Republican, and if there ever was a time when a Democrat should summon all his vital powers to combat Republicanism, Treason and Death itself, that time is now. I whole system when enteiing it through that the Republicans were only waiting the mucous surfaces. Such articles for him to die before they passed the should never be used except on prescripcloture resolution, he saiil: "D n them, tions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive fiom them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney it Co., Toledo, O., contains no mcicury, and is taken internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney it Co. CSySold by druggists, price 7'e. per bottle. The THAT JAIL MSl.XKSS. For fear that any criticism the Xkwx might make on the action of the county court in letting the contract to build a new jail for the sum of $1 l,7i"i, when another lirm offered to build it for $2,000 less, might be construed to mean that the people of Cloverpoit opposed the building of a new jail altogether, we refrain from anything harsh. Hut fortius legislation, a Demopiece of cratic county couit will in the future become responsible responsible to the people at large and more particularly to their constituents who entrusted them with the county's affairs. If there is ever a time when Democrats should practice what they preach, it is when Rethey are given at. opportunity. trenchment and economy in local as well as in general matters is what we advocate, and it should be adhered to in building jails where thousands of dollars are involved as well as in matters of less import; yen, more so. That a new jail was necessary, no one denies; but was the building of it so urgent that it could not have beuii postponed for a short time and the county gotten the benefit of the best contract to have been had? It seems to us so. We are glad that several members of the court did urge this course, but they were in the minority. Certainly it is bound to be conceded that the strongest creed in our party affiliations is that of economy, and the unnecessary .and lavish expenditure of public monies in local and State matters. For being amiss in their duty in this regard wc are in the habit of hurling the strongest anathemas at our Republican brethren day after day and year after year, but why should wo continue to do so if the acts of our own public servants go to the same extent? Wo do not wish to make war on any one concerned in this affair, but it is public business, and wo feel at liberty to Inject a bit of criticism hero because in our opinion tlio court erred in the action they took. one-sided Fiftieth Anniversary of our Pas- tor's Ministry Among the Baptists of Kentucky. We expect to celebrate the golden anniversary of Dr. Dowdon's ministry, on of February prox., by suitable services at Sandy Hill meeting house, in .Meade County, Ky. We feel that it should be an occasion of gratitude to God, to all those who have enjoyed his ministry. We therefore propose to give expression to our gratitude by a free-wi- ll offering of at least a nice suit of clothes; and believing that there are many who have enjoyed his preaching in the past, that would like to give substantial aid in this, woaddicssyouthiscircular. Kroth-e- r Dow den is a native Kentuckian, and has neverbeen a pastor out of the State, lie has been chosen moderator of Goshen Association thiity-on- o years, and has served Sandy Hill as pastor for thirty-seve- n years. Thankful to God that he lias sj tared our beloved pastor so long, we feel that it is now a pleasure to us to ask a continuation of his usefulness for years to come. The undersigned weio appointed a committee at the December meeting, 1890, to receive all contributions that may bo sent, ami apply them as above. John L. Henry, chairman, Irvington, Ky; Sash Siiiuions, Irvington, Ky; George Wiles, Siroco, Ky; 5Irs. Delia Kaskett, Webster, Ky; 5Iiss Cora t, Krandeiiburg, Ky ; 5Iiss 5Iary Simmons, Irvington, Ky. the loth Ash-craf- Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhoutri, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is. guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box For sale by G. W. Short, Clover-por- t, nature to effectually cleanse tlio system when costive or bilious. For salo in 50c. Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, and $1 bottles by nil leading druggists. 4,800 1,500 2,500 . . ." 3,000 " . "Just as Good," 1,400 1,200 lIaye8,ClaysH'rs 1,000...." Say some dealers who try to sell a sub 1,400 Havgood, 2,000 stitute preparation when a customer Hardin &Basham 3,000. . . ." 5,000 calls for Hood's Sarsaparilla. Do not al- Jolly, RM 2,000.. money... 5,000 4,400. .land 5,200 Jolly, T.I low any such false statement as this in1,400 duce you to buy what you do not want. Jordan, "Win Leo 1,200 800 Jordan, Holph.. 000...." only reason for mak- Kurtz, George . 9,100...." Remember that the 10,000 ing it is that a few cents more profit will McGhee, Ferd . 3,575 4,000 075 judgment le made on tlio substitute. Insist upon Same 750. having the best medicino Hood's Sar- 5oorman, C C . 800.. .land . . . 1,000 lots 1,200 5Iyer, Herman.. saparilla. It is Peculiar to Itself. 3,000. .store 4,000 Same 3,250.. land 4,000 Nevitt, Jno 1,400 Richardson, Jno 1,080...." THE BEST THING YET. 1,200 Snyder, Jos .'... 1,000 ' ;,auo Watlien, n i' . z.ihu A Mammoth Brick Concern Employ0,000 "Wathen, RicliM 0,750...." ing 125 Men And Having a 7,500 "WashingtonBato 0,275...." Capacity of 140,000 Brick 3,000 Wimp, J R 2,500...." 3.700 judgment Same Per Day. " 050 Hudson, Nancy ISO 5Iessrs. J. K. 5IcCracken, A. 51. WashingtonBato HUDSONVIM.E DISTIUCT. C. Looinis, R. '. Hudson 5IcCracken, J. 700 and Mr. Thompson, arrived here Sunday Butler, Ed, Jr . COO. .land 875. 1,100 Board, L S evening, and spent tlio day Monduy in Bruncr, A 800 . . ." 1,200 perfecting tlio arrangments for tbo estab- Carman, Thos . 000...." 1,100 000 lishment of tlio Vitriolized Krick Works. Carman, EC... 500...." 500 ... " 700 The lands of 5Ir. A. K. Skilhnan lying Davis, Thos P. 700 000 Davis, Clint on ths East of town contain tbo best de- Gray, Eph 000 800 posit of this peculiar clay over discover- Gray, James, Sr 1,000. . . " 1,300 2,000 ed, and such lands as are necessary to llarned, DrBen 1,550 1,000 the purposo were secured by the owners Holmes, Geo T 800 1,500 llarned, Geo.. 1,200...." of the enterprise for the location of their llarned, TN.. 300...." 500 works. 2,000 Ilaynes, Dud A 1,050 5Ir. R. N. Hudson, chief engineer of Haynes, Dan .,.,700.,..." 1,100 500 the L., St. L. A T. R. R. is completing Johnson, Moses 300...." 1,500 1,200...." tlio location of lands nnd survey of de- Kosoy, Jno 1,000 McCoy, Ben T 800... " posits, and the plant for tbo manufact1,000 51illnor, J P. . 800...." ure of common and vitrioiized brick will Hudson, Nancy money 500 500 bo in wcrking order in ninety days. One Pile, George 51 money 3,500 men will bo Pile, Emily ... monoy hundred and tweitty-flv- o 000 Quiggins, McII 400. .land employed by the concern, and its capac- RobertsIIar'son 1,000 800...." ity will bo 140,000 brick per day. The M'llANIEI.8 I1I8TKICT. stratum of flno common clay overlying Cooins, Harry . 800. land 1,000 tlio deposit will bo used to make com- Dean, Ell 0,000 5,000...." 10,000 Dean, Henry It 0,785...." mon brick. 10,000 Greon, Lafo.... 8,300 A Pleasing Sense 1,000 Glasscock, J W 800...." 1,000 Glasscock, A O 800...." Of health mid strength renewed and of Glasscock, G 1) 5,000 0,000 ooso and comfort follows tbo use of Howard, David 800 1,000 1,000 Syrup of Figs, as it acts in harmony with Hart, J II... . 800 .. " 2,000 Jones, Joo .. . 1,000...." Next Monday is County Court day.- 5Ir. 51. G. Reed was at homo Sunday. E. II. Sliellnmn was in I.ouisvi11o last week. 5Ir. T. E. Ditto was in Imisville last week. I,. L. Lewis, Louisville, was in town Sunday. 51iss Annie Fontaine is visiting in Irvington. 5Iiss 5Iaggie Green is attending school at Lexington. Geo. II. Caspcrkc was in Corydon several days last week. Thomas 5IeI)onough, of Woodland, was in town last week. 5Iiss Winnio Green has returned home from a visit to Louisville. 5Ir. A. Ditto, jr., took a large drove of sheep to Louisville Saturday. Miss Annie Richardson lias returned home from a visit in Garrett. Kcssie Lewis, who, has been sick with tcarlet fever has about recovered. 5Irs. J. F. Woolfolk and 5Irs. R. II. Xevitt were in Ixuiisville last week. MrAulitFu & Wimp shipped 1." head of cattle and mules to lxuiisville Saturday. An Aiil Social was given at the residence of 5Irs. 51. Fontaine, Friday evening. I'rof. Frank Wo understand that McAtilifl'u intends teaching a spring school here. W. F. Casperke lias returned to Louisville ufter spending several weeks with bis parents. 5Irs. Harriet Powell and daughter, 5Iiss Lida, have returned home from a visit to Corydon. 5Irs. 5Iary F. Ilehnstetter has been granted a pension on account of her late husband, Mr. Leopold Helnistetter. 5Ir. II. C. AVoodson is greatly improving the property lie bought of the J. W. Richardson estate by erecting several new warehouses. Mr. A. W. 5Ioreinan has issued a advertising his handsome pamphlet horses at the "Glen Fount Stock Farm." The pamphlet was printed by the Ni:ws. The public school closed here last week. Prof, and 5Irs. Willett have given perfect satisfaction, and will have a very large number of pupils during their spiing .sessions. The party consisting of Dr. J. 51. liar-diJ. F. Woolfolk, R. II. Ncvitt, W. II. Richardson and 0. C. Richardson, who went on a prospecting tour to Georgia about two weeks ago, returned home Sunday. Prof. Scott, who has been teaching the high school, will close in a short while, as be has purchased The White Sulphur Springs, Intl., and is preparing for the coming season. Everyone who has patronucd bis school has been delighted with his teaching, and both he and his excellent wife have made a large number of friends here, who wish them success in their new home. The trial of 5Irs. Julia Higbeo upon the charge of lunacy, which was begun at Muldmugh, Tuesday morning, Jan. I'Oth, before County Judge Rawlings, was concluded Thurday evening, tlio jury re5 Irs. turning a verdict of insanity. Higbee is the woman who is chargher four ed with having killed children, and attempted to kill herself by taking arsenic poison. The case is a very mysterious one, and a great many people entertain grave doubts that 5Irs. Higbee is tlio guilty party. She is apparently perfectly sane, and stoutly maintains her innocence. Sho was conveyed to the asylum by Sheriff S. P. Woolfork last Friday. Tlio 5Ieade county grand jury will no doubt investigate the case at the February term of tbo 5feade Circuit Court. Passenger Dally air. Hardinsburg.. 8:37 a.m. " .. 4:00 p m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. Siihic i Notice. I have thli day anoclated with me In business H. M. Jolly, of Irvington, Ky., who li a thorough business man, and well acquainted with the wants of the people, and known to be aclmo buyer, and I feel well that with hit association with the we can make prices that will defy as we propose to buy on a strictly cash basis and to give ur patrons the advantage of the same. Thanking the public for all past favors and asking a close inspection of our prices before buying elsewhere. I remain Yours Truly, J. n. IIKNSLV. bull-nets, n, Have' ' ; iff? 4 a Of . VEST ; vu -- ' 3 -. . Larger '1 And?. .- Thorough Knowledge' & Ottering. j j v,.. : ah The Ins And Outs Of The Merchandise Business Gained Sons, v . Morc"' Complete,-. . ft o The Leaders Stock v I have this day connected myself with Mr. J. U. 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 people both in quality and prices on all As we propose to buy strictly lor cash goods. and to sell at small profits. Our motto Is, Live Toi. f ''.' V v. . i i '. I t I ." i ij Oui-Ji- in ., ' ., . Pations.5 Thmj Evert j ' . and Let Live. Your Truly, R. M. JOLLY. Dry Goods. Dress Goods, Notions,.: CLOTHING, Solicit , J. U " t fl 'Before., V4 ', . - 'ifts ' "i The Work of the Supervisors. IIAIIDIXSllL'RO DISTRICT. ASSF.SSKU. HAISEU TO. . on . ..- f ,-- j ; : J ' In An Experience Of Nearly Foity Years Of Successful Business Board, 5Iargaret F. $700. .land Dellaven, Jno C Durham, Phillip Dillon, Tat . . .$1,100 .1,200 bonds. ...'1,000 300 town lot . 400 775. Wish.: The-- ' Goods" , . i ; ; ..land. . . , " - - i Guthrie, J W, Agt for Shouman . . .1,000 town lot money. Gardner, Sarah J (l.oOO. .money, Ilenslev, Jit etc .". money. Jolly, Matthias Jolly, George T ...1,200 ...land. Joll'v, Wilson .... 4,000. money, etc McCay, Stephen .. 1,000 .money. Miller, Adm'r James L,550.... lots. Miller Severe & Alexander 1,000. ..hotel Sherran, Denny .. 1,000. ...land 145 acres not Tate, Milton 4,(S00 ...land. "Withers, AV K CI.OVKIIPOIIT 5Ir. B. F. Parr's school has closed here and ho will start in a day or two for Val11,500 paraiso, Intl., where he will continue his .1,500 studies. .1,500 Quite a number of our citizens have 10,000 been slightly indisposed for a few days, .4,000 but most of them aro now recovered. Among those still confined to their beds .3,000 .1,300 aro 5Irs. J. W. Chappell, Mr. R. C. .2,000 Richardson and Mrs. D. S. Richardson. listed 1,000 1,300 At' Theiy Closest ' - ! -'' your Possible Margins; Remember, ' ?' . ' - ArciJ.- The? Men.?? 1" . " .5,750 .1,500 CLIFTON MILLS. HISTItlCT. And In Patronage yi ''- ' ' Breckinridge Bank 3,00001x11184,000 2,880 money etc 5,000 Boyd, Alex 1,200 storo etc. .2,000 Delluy, F 51 saw-mi- ll not listed Fella, J C 750.... store. .7,500 Fisher, A R llamman& wife 2,000 ... lots. .3,000 0,000. .money 10,000 Same 12,150 .. lond 10,000 Holt, "Wash 1,005 ..stock 1,500 Same 50 furniture 300 Same 425 .jewelry 1,000 Samo 5Ioonnan, C YV . 10,500. .money.. 15,000 Newsom, R L 300... land.. 450 Same for Barrett 3,000 . .land.. 4,000 2,000 OelzoA Payne.... 1,500. ...store Rcidel, Chas .... judgment. . . . 1,200 2,000. land. . . 3,000 Smith, Harriet A (l,000..money 8,000 Skilhnan, J T 8,000. .store 10,000 Sulzer & Bro . . . . Rlythc,JnoH&Brol,000 ...land Clifton and Lodiburg have an excellent partnership string band. 5Iiss Lulu Skilhnan is attending writing school at Webster, taught by 5Iiss Lou Galloway. 5Iessrs. II. C. Haddock and A. 51. Glasattended County Court the third 5Ionday. Robt. Glasgow will leave for Denver, Tenn., next week, where he will engage In the millwright business. We are having a great deal of sickness in our surrounding neighborhood nnd-DrParks is having a large practice. Wc are having a good school; it is conducted by 5Ir. L. R. Adkisson, witli an average daily attendance of about forty-fiv- e pupils. 5Ir. Jeff. Jolly, Jr., will attend the Hardinsburg school five months, after the close of the public school at this place. Misses 5Iarietta and Mnttio Adkisson gave quite a nice dance at their home on Tuesday night last. gow r I NEW . .! i r I have jost filled my house with a new istock of I NMOX STUl 1IISTIIICT. !M10 ...land '. 1,705 Allen, AS 300 land.. 500 Same Addison, L I).... 0,000. . land .. 0,000 Burks Mrs Amanita 700.. land .. 1,000 1,000 . land.. 1,200 Barr, Paris Basliam, "Winston. 800. . . land. . 1,000 4,000 ..land.. 0,000 Dix, Louisa Deutschke, Julius 2,000 . . land. 2,500 300 saw-mi- ll 1,000 Same 2,000 .monoy. 3,000 Samo 4,750. .land ...5,250 English, Harvey French. Elvin ... 500 .land .. 1,000 Fen wick, 5Iis. Car. 700 .land . . 1,000 notes 000 Elder. Sam T . . Fackler, Jacob ... 800 .money.. 1,500 McGlothlnn & Co. 1,700. .store . .. 2,500 5Ianning, JnoB.. 2,000. land.... 2,500 400 land.... 1,000 Moremnn, Albin Payne, J li, uunra for Allio Payne. 300 .money. 2,000 Richardson, I) S 425. land.... 700 ? 1,500. .store .. 2,500 Same money 5,000 Same Roberts, Blain it 0,000 money .10,000 Co Burks, Dan, Agt 5Irs Minor. . . . 0,500 land .... 7,800 Mitchell, JR.... 1,800. .store, etc 2,500 . . . HIS FOOT CRUSHED. Accident to Brakcman Harry Me- Howell, of the!., St. L. & T. at 0 rensboro. Harry 5IcIIowoll, tlio head brakcman of train No. 01, on tbo L., St. L. &T. railroad, had his foot crushed yesterday at Owcnsboro, near the O. & N. crossing. lie stepped off of the pilot, whero he had been riding, and his foot slipped, throwing him in such a manner that the forward truck passed over one foot splitting it and crushing the ankle. Ho was carried to the residence of Pat Thompson near by, und a physician called. Though it was at first thought that amputation of the foot would bo necessary, a closer examination showed that the operation would not have to bo performed. 5IcTIowell is considered one of tlio most valuable employes of tbo road, and has been in its employ for a long time. Jjiter information states thot amputation of 5IcHowcll's foot was found necessary and the operation performed. and I will use my endeavor to please you and hold your patronage. Kespectfully, 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 Yj 'it IIEWLKYVILI.E DISTINCT. 400 Adams, James . . . judgment 5,000. dand. . . . 0,325 Bennett, Ed 200. .cattle. .. 400 Same judgment ... 700 Bandy Brown, W E .... 1,500. .store. . . . 2,000 Grain and money not IJoyd Bros listed. Bennett, Alonzo 1,000. ..money 2,500 etc Blandford.Chas. . 4,500. land .... 4,7(50 Cain, Win H, Sr 2,000...".. . 3,000 MICHAEL MEYER, H4ENED, KY. All - ; 7 ii6 Way From Japan. Howell, US .. . Drury, Chas II . Howell, Griflin S Drury, Mrs Joan DowelUasC ... 4,000 1,200 2,030 3,000. 1,200. ..." ..." ..." . JP... ..." Pensions and Patents. Frank L. Hancock, of Owcnsboro, U. S. Patent and Pension Attorney, will bo in Clovcrport February 25th and 20th. You ..." .... ..." .... . . .... ..." .... ...." corn ground, and twenty acres for oats, aro cordially invited to meet me. Advice ten acres for tobneco, the remaindFREE COLUMN. free. 1 refer you to lion. William T. er in grass. Ellis as to my qualifications and honesty. Wanted to rent a good farm with all necet Improvements, one dwelling and 7w Heat of snry ock and implements to run it. Frank L. Hancock. A. B HUNK It, references. two tenant houses, two barns, and Ilawes Volley, Ky, One hogshead of Breckenridge county well supplied with water tho year new leaf tobacco sold on the breaks in Flno saddle and harness id fire 0 years old, round, two orchards, ono bearing, old fur rale. J. and one work mule 0 Louisville last week for $14.75 per 100. tho other just set out. T. Hobards, Ilnrdlnslurg, Ky. This is a splendid farm and well suited for raising stock. Will bo sold at a low price snd on reasonable terms. For further particulars Of the condition of the Breckinridge address J. T. ROBAUDS, It Is that Impurity la tlio blood, which, acCloverport, Ky., nt ye-irs Jlit. A. K. IIawkes Dear Sir: I am much pleased with the pantiscopic glasses you ho perfectly adapted to my eyes : with them I am enabled to read, as in Containing 300 acres. '200 acres my youth, the finest print with greatest cleared , 100 in flno timber, situatease. I cheerfully recommend them to ed on tho Hardinsburg and CloverItespcctfully, tho public. port Turnpike, Ko miles West of B. Huniuisi), It. Texas) Minister to Japan Hardinsburg and eight miles East All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by of Clovcrport. Forty acres sown G . W. Short, Clovnrport, Ky. in wheat, forty acres good (Ex-Gov.- Valuable Farm for Sale! Z- - SCROFULA STATEMENT 31, 1890. ..." ... .... . ..." ..." ..." ..." cumulating in the glands of tlio neck, produces unsightly lumps or swellings; which causes painful running sores on tlio arms, legs, or feet; which dcvclopcs ulcers la tlio eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or deafness; which Is tlio origin of pimples, cancerous growths, or tlio many other manifestations usually ascribed to "humors;" which, fastening upon tlio lungs, causes consumption and death. Uelng the most ancient, it Is tlio most general of all discuses or affections, (or very few persons aro entirely frco from It. Bank, business, Dec. the closo of Hardinsburg, Ky. ASSETS. Notes nnd Hills discounted- $150,538.13 Hank Fixtures und Furniture 2,572.25 Banking House and Lot 3,335.14 Overdralts Scoured und Unseeurod. 2,5112.15 Suspended dobt 154.39 Uowie.,.:. 25,884.01 Due from Uuaks 12,783.91 Cash on hand 24,824.48 222,('8I.40 ..." . . II.... ..." ..." ..." lly taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, by the remarkahlo cures It has accomplished, often when other medicines havo failed, has proven Itself to bo a potent and peculiar medicino lor this disease. Sonio of theso cures aro really wonderful. If you suffer from scrofula, bo suro to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. "Every spring mywlfo and children havo been troubled with scrofula, sores breaking out on them In various places. Sly llttlo boy, three years old, lias been a tcrrlblo sufferer. Last sprlngho was ono mass of sores from head to feet. I was advised to use Hood's Sarsaparilla, and wo havo all taken it. Tlio result Is that all havo been cured of the scrofula, my llttlo boy being entirely frco from sores, and all four of my children look bright and healthy." W. B. Athekton, Tassalc City, N. J. TbT CURED LIABILITIES, Capital stock $ 45,100.00 Deposits 151,024.118 , 20,000.00 Surplus Fund Undivided Profits 3,855.51 Dividend No. 33, due Jan. 2. IBM. 1,804 00 222,084.40 urJKf&Er m. THE V V BEST ww A. II. Sklllinan, cashier of the above nainedUank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of iny knuwlodge and belief. A. D. Skilluan, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 3d day of January, 1891. Ciub. II. Skii.liun, N. P. II. C. I, MEDICINE CONSTIPATION. LIVER CJIEAVEST MEDICINE .KNOWN CHILL CURE. CONSIOERINO QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. IT 'WXIJCj A.X30 OTJH3D BILIOUSNESS, DYSPEPSIA, AND CnnONIO C. C. MARTIN, DRUQQIST FOR HEN ONLY! 7uilUAjsri9.;neril and NEHV0US DEBILIT Yi CffiJailrt!il1Y2lkn"IOBo1y,ln''Mln!, &feet rlllllimillafErrorierExowstslnOUorYouiig. airMilkaWICiK,V!IDItTELOriDOIUMX8rinTltOrit0Dr. TniTiT-WMFor lOSTorFAILINO MANHOOD: 5Iattingly, Lewis.W W ex TJLowis ... J C 000 000...." Hood's Sarsaparilla Soldcy all druggists. IlSlxforf5, 1'reparodonlr t7 C. X. HOOD CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Andtlioro troubled with nervousness resulting from cure or overwork will bo rellovcU by taking Genuine has trmlo mark and enwaed red lines on wrapper! door below post office. Cloverport, Ky Xeuralglc Persona NtXT Jtnnmi's Iron Jllttera. ...' 1,380 000 Mm 100 Dosos Ono Dollar itMi.i.ir uriiiUjr noaa tuutit-b...s- i. m U.tllf tnm to Sl.l.a ut Vral(a f eulritk WriU tkm. lVVu,: uin eric Medical co., buffalo, n. y. Fine underwear nt ItalihngeV, fiifHwiiimiippiiuiiiip i mm fc.? fcj ir . TV1J..1W, ., i ir'.Xi'i. iliSC'I 1 CaiSy L. ' ftiiii'aiiMiiifciirtmtfiiitftaiiiiiilifiiiiirtrii;i,to j " $PS !ill .iVS73iBai. 81$ Brorcres Both tlio method aud rcsulla when OKTI3 Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to thotasto, and acts fently yet promptly on the Kidneys, and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind over produced, pleasing to the tasto and acceptable 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 made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup or Figs is forsalo in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable drugpist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8AH FRAfCISC LOUISVILLE, KY. i s&unr- - ysxtmtei, ), CAL. HEW YORK, N.r. Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, Office oxer 1). Hamhltton's Saddler; aud Harnett Store. CLOVEBPORT. KY. J. C. HUSH, J. II. TAYLOn, W. S. TAYMHl. DENTISTS Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store J. H. Taylor & Co., Frederica Street. . . 0WENSB0R0, KY. & . Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, LOCAL . BREVITIES. 1M)1. The piy train will be down rJFafi?... TBiS- asy- - H Site 2l'Jlflk T Wi . &. Corn is sellinj,' at 05 cents from tho stores. Baled bay is in good demand at $12 per ton from btorc. Born, to tho wifo of Mr. V. W. Hrooks, a line boy, Sunday morning, 8J pounds. The goods at the Bankrupt store must bo sold, Come at once if you wunt bargains. Money made is money saved. The Bankrupt store will do the latter, if you trado there. Samuel Carson died at his home in this city last Wednesday morning of consumption. Sugar, coffee, flour, meat, canned goods, jellies, etc., way down in prices at the Bankrupt House. All persons indebted to J. E. Keith & Son, will please come forward and fccttlo their accounts. Typhoid fever is raging at Whitesville. Several deaths have occurred thero recently from it. Jimmy Miller left on the Mary IIous-to- n Saturday night for the South with 15 head of horses. Tho brick plant is tho topic. Most every follow you meet has a brirk in his hat. Mr. Nat Tucker, of Stophensport, was in tho city Friday and renewed his subscription to tho Nr.us. John and Thos. Blytho sold to B. F. Clarkson last week ono inulo 15 hands high for $125 cash. Mrs. W. K. Pcnrod returned Thursday from a protracted visit to her father in Texas, very much improved in health. Tho Cincinnati Cooperago Company will erect at once a steam stave bucker and equalizer at tho Short lino depot this city. Edward Gregory left Monday for Henderson, where ho has accepted a position on tho Henderson Journal as general agent. Mr. John A. Barry, of Concordia, spent several days in this city last week. Ho thinks of locating hero if he can find a suitable place. It. C. Mattingly sold a hhd. of old leaf tobacco in Louisvillo yesterday for $7.40 'per hundred. Ho says it ought to have brought $15. Mr. J. II. Moorman, manager of tho Bankrupt store, will take pleasure in furnishing you with all your family sup-pilat very low rates. W. II. Bowmer returned from Henderson Sunday night. Ho says tho now firm ofllambleton & Burks Is starting off with a nico business. "Tho Young Ladies' S. W. Society," Fisher's Hall, will givo a Friday night, tho proceeds lo bo ap-p- li d to Missionary purposes. T)r. AW B. Whito and bis son, Ollie, wero hero several days last week. It is quite probablo that tho doctor will movo back to his old homo in tho spring. It.is duo Mr. A. It. Fisher, whoso name appears in tho raised list, to say that his property was listed nt $7,500, but by somo mistake tho assessor put it down at $7,50. es candy-pullingat Eli E. Miller was hied bcfoio Mayor Pierce, Tuesday on tho charge of lunacy. He was adjudged a lunatic, and ordered t be taken to the Anchorage asylum on Wednesday. Dr. W. A. Graham, of Scullletown, is in tho city visiting his mother, Mrs. W. P. Graham. Dr. Graham is just from the American Eclectic Medical College, of Cincinnati, where lie has just graduated. Mr. J. C. Ix)omis, of Louisville, left Monday evening, after having completed tho anangements for tho establishment of works for tho manufacture of vitriollz-e- d paving brick at this city. A $50,000 brick plant, turning out 125,000 paving brick per day that are worth on the market from $10 to $12 per thousand, is no little thing, thank you. It means work for all who arc idle. Dr. Adkisson is getting along as well as could bo expected with his broken leg. The only tiling that troubles tho He Doctor now is his confinement. hopes to be out on crutches in a few days. Thero is no merchant, says the Bead; ing (Pa.) Eagle, who does not desire to The way to do increase his business. this is to let the world of shoppers know what inducements you are holding out to them by advertisement. Hon. I). It. Murray says tho water works are not dead. He is expecting men here every day to look over the grounds and mako estimates. He hasn't any doubt but what they w ill be in operation before another year. Tho Breckenridge Company has built a new office and put in a fifty ton scale recently. Tho brick cottages aro also being repaired for rent. It is reported that they had an offer of $350 per acre for their vacant land lying in tho Oglcs-b- y addition aud refused it. Mr. Henry AV. Ilorndon lias been made manager of the old and reliable firm of L. G. llerndon & Co., produce and commission merchants, Louisville, whero ho will be found at all times ready and anxious to serve his old patrons. Ho guarantees good prices, and prompt returns on all consignments. Shippers will please remember him when shipping their produce to Louisillc. A very brilliant and enjoyable danco at Fisher's Hall last Friday evening was tho society event of tho week. In addition to n number of the young ladies an 1 gentlemen best known in tho social affairs of the city, the occasion was also enlivened by the presence of a number of young ladies, wiio were visiting hero, among whom wero Miss Lila Adams, of Lcwisport, and Miss Lena Archer and Miss Fannio Duncan, of Hawcsville. J. E. Keith says that ho has given a good deal of thought to jails and prisons from the time "of Josephus to tho present, and that tho contemplated jail in tho only stono jail he ever heard of that only had sixteen yards of stone above the foundation. Boyd Bros, arc not only practical millers, but advertisers as well. They do way, business in a plain, straight-forwar- d and aro not afraid to let the world know it. When you visit their mill you know before-han- d can do that just what-yo- u is, if you take tho News, and read their advertisement. Mr. G. P. Nappcr, tho popular proprietor of the Nappcr House, has rented the rooms recently vacated by Mr. G. W. Short. Thoy will bo repaired and fitted up to accommodate his largo and increasing trade. Tho Nappcr Houso is centrally located, and convenient to tho traveling public, who will appreciate tho facilities. The News has added to its job department a new $350 paper cutter, a perforating machino and a binder, making tho facilities in this department for turning out plain, fancy and artistic commercial printing inferior to no office outside of Louisville. Tho very largo increase of tho business of this department during tho last year shows that tho work is good, and that wo are able to handle any class of printing that is wanted. is PERSONAL. Pulzcr was in the city Monday. Bahhagc spent Sunday at homo. It. N. Hudson, Ixmisvillc, is in tho city. Henry Temple went to Lcwisport Patrick Burk was in the city last week. Monday. Mr. C. M. Bullitt went to Iiuisville Sunday. L. 1). Addison, of Addison, was in the city Saturday. Mr. T. S. Sawyer returned from Louisvillo Thursday. Leu McGavock, Skillman, win in tho city AVednesday. Lewis Powers, of Hawesviile, was in tho city Saturday. Mr. AVm. Abshire returned to Cumberland Gap last week. Mr. AValkcr Board, of Holt's Bottom, was in the city Friday. Mrs. Annie lloonie, of A'ictoria, was in tho city AVednesday. Col. Edwin Forbes, of Fordsville, has been granted a pension. Mr. D. S. Itichardson, AVolf Creek, was in the city Monday. Mr. Ben Clarkson, of Big Springs, was in tho city last Thursday. Mr. Johnson Dean, of Glendeane, was in the city last week. Mrs. John Allen Murray has been quite sick for several days. There was a small wreck on the A'ictoria railroad last Saturday. Miss Fannio Brashear, of Union Star, is in the city visiting relatives. Mr. Alex. Boyd moved into his handsome new residence last week. Col. Ad English and wife joined the Baptist church here Sunday. Mr. Chas. I. ltobertson, of Hock A'ale, spent several days in the city last week. Mr. Jas. L. Patterson was visiting his soil, ltobert, at Cannelton, Ind., last week. Miss Itebecca lticketts came down from Union Star yesterday, to visit relatives. Miss Maggie Ilambleton, of Sorgho-towis visiting her sister, Mix. C. E. Lightfoot. Mr. AV. C. Moorman, of tho thriving little town of Glendeane, was in the city yesterday. Miss Fannio Duncan and Miss Archer, of Miss Ef-fi- e of Hawesviile, aro the gucs-tDuncan. Mr. J. D. Brown and wife returned Sunday from a week's visit to relatives in Ow onshore. Mr. Chas. Mattingly was called to Glendeane, Saturday, to see his sister, who is very ill. Mr. G. AV. Beard, of Hardinsburg, passed through the city Thursday en routo to Louisville. Mr. D. Stewart Miller, Superintendent of tho Breckenridge Company, went to Louisville yesterday. Mrs. lticketts and her daughter, Miss Lizzio and son Charles, returned from Leavenworth, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Noblo AVarfield and child arrived yesterday on tho noon train to visit relatives in the city. S, L. C. I1, THE ONLY PLACE ville manufactured "our own" Clothing for less money make than you can buy Eastern--- A SALE! Where you can buy Louis- A SALE I I buy my Goods at Sulzer's. I Don't made trash eewhere, A RED HOT come. SALE ! ! is at JULIUS WINTER & GO. Cor. Third and Market, The coldest and most inclement part of winter is yet to Some people feel that the best part of the winter's trade is past, because the Holidays have come and gone. Not so with us. We believe that the time to sell goods is nil the time Acting on thii belief, we announce a LOTJISVILIjB, icy--. -S- pecial Thirty Day Sal- eany-tilin- Of seasonable articles, at prices that will insure their speedy taking off Don't fail to step in and inquiiv the prico of g you may want in the way of Here We With good news for oui Are ! All Kind of Remnants. SULZER'S, CUSTOMERS AGAIN. CLOVERPORT, XY- - n, We are glad to announce the Oliver Chilled Plow Co's great of prices, so that now we can sell you the No. ao, that was formerly $10.50 at.f9.00; and No. 19, that was $10.00 at .fS.50; and 13, former price $9 00 now ifS.oo. Also the one Horse Plow reduced from $5.00 to .fy.50. This is the best chilled plow in the world, there is no plow factory hut what tries The reduction to imitate the Oliver, but none have ever equaled them. only in the plows, but in all of their repairs. in prices arc not You Must Careful Selection, Appeal to your s We will earn this season a large line of all kinds of Since it ih a self evident fact that you must Eat to Live, or Live 'o Eat, wc desire to present to your economical conidciation our complete stock of Eat! G-o-d :- GENERAL GROCERIES, Reasonable Prices, Pure els, - FARMING IMPLIMIjHTS. Our line of Steel Plows is complete, having in stock the well known Iron and Wood Beam Hrinlcv and Avery Plow, which for strength hac no superior. Wc would call your attention to the light draft Owensboro Wagon which is excelled by none. We also carry the celebrated Studcbaker Wagon, which is known the world over (iivc us a call and examine prices before buying elsewhcie : Keason -:- - Pocket -:- - Health E. E. MOOEMAN. Brockenridge News Building, CLOVERPORT, KY. S&BRtj laaaaaaaaw.EhaaKlrKy P3 Messrs. - Fullon and Thos. Prescott returned from Cumberland Gap Saturday, where they have been at work. Mr. and Mrs. Curt AVcathcrholt, of Tobinsport, Ind., wero the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. AVcathcrholt last week. Mr. Fred. Hoerter, the "Kid" council .A- B. F. BEARD their praises of her work. Sho left Saturday for Lynland Female- College, to take chargo of the preparatory department in that school. That her efforts may bo crowned with success is the w ish of her many friends. $700.00 worth cf now and fashionable clothing, including a nico lino of Overcoats, all at cost at tho Cash store. This offer only includes clothing, all other goods sold as heretofore at tho lowest Cash Stoiii:. cash rate. BCWLKYVILLG bCIIOOI.. k CO. Tho skating tournament at tho rink on Monday night was a well attended and highly enjoyablo affuir. Of tho soventy-fiv- o present, many participated in tho exercises. This amusement has regained its former popularity, and tho pleasure-lovin- g public of Clovcrport seem to appreciate tho efforts of Mr. Pierce to provide for tiicm a suitable pastime. Enterprise in this direction is as commendable and worthyof tho support and patronago of the peoplo as that of industrial and material development. Tho skating tournament will recur on Friday next, and an equally pleasant time is anticipated. Tho admission fee is ten cents for gentlemen, and ladies free. Skates extra. Young ladies will liavo opportunity to mako private terms for practice between regular evenings. man of Louisville, was hero several days last week, the guest of Marshal Jordan. Miss Lila Adams, of Lcwisport, attended tho hop Friday night. Slio remained over until Sunday, tho guest of Miss Pearl Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. G. Stephens ond daughter, Miss Brook, Mrs. Capt. Smith and Mr. AVm. Minor, of Holt's Bottom, wero in tho city Monday. Mr. Augustus Calon and Miss Lizzio Fella were united in marriago at tho residence of tho bride's father, Mr. C. J. Folia, AVednesday evening, Itov. Mr. Ovcrstreet officiating. HARDINSBURG, KY. I havo four or Ave thousend acres of land belonging to the Cincinnati Cooperage Co., and other parties, lying In Breckenridge and Hancock counties. Can sell a farm from 40 to 400 acres, at prlcos from f200 to $1000. Musi have eood payment down. Liberal de duction for all cafb, but will give liberal time on sate trades. Have sevoral farms lor rent. Address V. Q. IJUHTON, Rock Vale, Ky. J283m Land foe Sale. The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices can be found at McElree's Wine of Carduf and THEDFORD'S aro for salo by tho following merchants in T BEWLEYVILLE. Buy your goods at tho Cash store. Mr. It. M. Jolly, Irvington, was in town Saturday. Twenty pounds of sugar for ono dollar at tho Cash. Hon. Chas. Blanford spent last week in Hardinsburg. Mr. S. P. Drury was in tho city last week. Miss Eva Lawson left Saturday for Lebanon, Ky., where sho will attend school. Misses Annio Hodges and Blancho Jolly spent Saturday and Sunday in Lodiburg, with their friend, Miss Drury. " Miss Clara Jordan left Saturday for Samplo, whero sho will bo tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. Beauchamp. Tho public school at this placo closed January 22d, after a most successful term. Miss Drury has given universal satisfaction, and all her patrons aro warm in Pupils worthy of honorable mention for excellence in special studies: 8IT.LI.IXO. Breekenrldge County : O. W. Short, i Brasbcar & Lay, Stephensport. Clover-po- rt Payne, Victoria Yay ne, Ollie 1'ajno, Battle M'Coj, Katie Burckhardt,Ai)nlo John-oMary Paul, Stella Paul, Clara Jordan. Annie Hodges, Mottle Holt, Mary Snyder, Leah Payne, Ethel Adk!on, Qeo. Drury, Wade Drury, Fletchsr Illuuford, William Stlth, Fred. Trlplett. A lfia HKADINO. Notice Saw Mill Men. We want to buy for cash C00.000 feet of good Poplar lumber, cut one inch thick by six inches wide, 12, 14 and 10 feet long. HimiLAXi) Paiik Pi.ani.nq Mill Co., Hoom 7, Tyler lluilding, Louisville, Ky. We carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, 8G.50, S7.50, $9.00 and 812.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, 81.75, 2.50, 3,50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, 87.00 and 810.00. We carry a line of Rubbor Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, Hames and Chains, Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay you to examine our stock. Bo MAMBILEMM Mary Paul, Mary Blanford, Overton Ulllte Stlth. INTELLECTUAL AIUTIIMETIC. Ulan-for- d, Printers' Ink A JOURNAL Katie Durokhardt, Jeo Payne. FOlt ADVEllTlSEllS. WltlTTKX AltlTIIMKTlC. Secret Sooieties. Hudsonvillc Lodge, No. 202. Officers E. T. Drane, W. M ; Isaac Pile, S. AV ; J. 11. AVhitwortb, J. W ; F. Mercer, Treas; J. F. Arms, Sect; C. C. Woymuth, S. Dj L. AV. Tucker, J. I) ; J. F. Dodson, S. & T. Johnston Lodge, No. 21)1. Officers A. A. Adkisson, AV. M ; II. G. Stowarts, S. AVjC. Argobright, J. AY; S. Slith, Trcas; S. J. Parks, Sect; L. Caslnnan, S. D; A. M.Glasgow, J. D; T. G. Jordan, S. & AV. Lodge meets 2d and 1th Saturday nights. rOYAI V BWi&irfjrrjuaj .! Dissolution Notice. week. Tho firm of Bullitt A Bullitt has this chaser. Ho declined to give tho prico day been dissolved by mutual consent. paid for it. II. II. Bullitt, Mr. Fullon, Assistant State LecturC. M. Bullitt. er for tho F. M. B. A., will deliver a Clovcrport, Ky., Jan'y 23, 1801. lecture at tho school houso in Holt's Absolutely Pure. Bottom, noxt Saturday, at 2 o'clock p. in. Cloverport will havo tho Vitriollzed A cream of tartar baking powder. in the interest of tho farmers' organiza Brick AVorks and tho Soda Ash Works; Highest of all in leavening strength. tton. All interested in tho success of tho now for tho Cotton Mill and Glass V. S. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889, Works. Lot's make n city of her. order nro requested to be present Mr. Amel Oolzo was tho pur- tune gas stock changed hands hero lost A block of $02,000 worth of Gold For- Passenger Ooaoh Burned at Garfield. IlARDiNsnuna, Ky., Jan. 27th. (Special) A passenger coach attached to tho Local Freight burned at Garfield this morning. A set of surveyors instruments, valued at $200 was destroyed. POWDER mm Fletober Blanford, Alfred Payne, Katie Is Issued weekly, and Is the representative Burokhardt, Hattle M'Coy, Clara MorrU, Journal the trade journal of American adverPayne, Leah Jordan, Clara tisers. It Indicates to the inexperienced adver Payne, BlllleStitb, Wade Dury, Arthur Waltiter bow, when, and where he should advei Phelps Walker, Moorman Hardaway, Anker, Use; how to wrlto an advertisement; how Fred .Trlplett. nie Johnon, Ella Trlplett, display one; what newspapers to use; how much HISTOUV. money to expend in fact, discourses on every Alfred Payne, Geo. Drury, Fletcher Blanpoint that admits of profitable discussion. Adford, Fred. Trlplett, Katie Burckhardt, Leah vertising Is an art practiced by many but unM'Coy, Clara Jordan, Clara Payne, Hattle derstood by few. The conductors of Printers' Morrli, Annie Johnion, Mary Blanford, understand it, and their advice is based on Moorman 11 wdny, Phelps Wal- Jnk Banks Drury, years an exportonco of more than twenty-fiv- o ker, Ollbort Kaiey. in placing adverttseing contracts for many of UEOUnUMIV. tho largest and most successful advertisers. A Alfred Payne, Qlllert Kaiey, Fred Trlplett, year's subscription costs but two dollars : samArthur Walker, Jesse Payne, Loah Payno ple copies Free. Address : Victoria Payne, Katie Burchardt, Mary Blanford, Mary Paul, Clara Jordan, Clara Morris, QEO. P. ROWELL it CO., Hattle M'Coy. Annie Johnson, Stella Paul, Newspaper Advertising Bureau, Ollie Payne, Ethel Adkisson, Mattle licit, Lora Hardaway, Ella Trlplett, Banks Drury, 10 Sprues St., New York. Hoy Payne, Paul Hardaway, Finis Johnson, Jordan, Raymond Keith, Mark Buford. Robt. Jce Don't Read This! Unless you want a bargain in BOOTS, SHOES, OVERCOATS, CLOAKS, " . WINTER WEAR, Or something of that kind, as we arc not making this a clap-tra- p advertisement, as some do, as though they wero giving you something for nothing and at the samo time trying to smother you with high For we aro not selling out to prices under their false representation. quit business, but wc are positively going to give rare bargains to -- a HAM MAIL Mary Paul, Annie Hodges, Mary Blanford, Annie Johnion, Clara Jordan, Hattle McCoy, Mattle Hell, Jesse Payne, Arthur Walker, Fletcher Bjanford, Blllle Stlth. CIVIL OOVEIINJIKXT. ! earKKfTIInt of work, 'cm raiiMlr aiid Luuurmulr. by ihoM or elilW Miiiouuror olJ, am! Intlitlr owiiIoclltitt,w litrrr thty llvv. Am? on can da tb work. IZair la o Btirt yoa. No Hk, ou can davoto Wo furnlih vtrylblnf , your apart Miniiitiifa,oralyuurilm lo lha work Ifalalaan tnllrvlr utw It J .ami bring w oiulvifbl aurcaaa la orry wotktr, to flOpfrwrvrkaniJ upward a, llfsliintraarataniliiffruni am llttlo t in J mor 1 attt-- Irathyuiirituc. Wo can furnUh you lb fruit IUfc.lt. r 11111 awl uaium lUkK. 'l,JCU12l:CO.liltltbUl xil&lf. MONEY bam !ni. :Cash Buyers:- M. MEYER, & CO., In Winter-wea- r, foairtoiialnhr. purchase. until we close it out to make room for pur Spring Come at once to see us, while our stock is complete. Alf. Payne, Jesse Payne. Qllbert Kasey, (leo. Drury, Aro broken down from overwork or household cares rebuilds the system, aids digestion, removes ex ce4 of bile, end cures malaria. Get the cenuluo. rilYSIOLOOV. Katie Burokhardt, Qeo. Drury. Aloib-- Many Persons Brown's Iron Bitters "letcher Blanford. Burns, Ky. -: . Breckenridge News. Tho Aged Housowife's Prayer. I pray thai, rlen from the .lea.t, I may In glory stand, A cronn, perhaps, upon ray hf.nl, Hut ft needle in my hand, l're had no time to lsarnjo pUjr, go let no harp bo mine ; Through all uiy lire, by night and tl.ty, Plain sewing's been my line. Therefore, accustomed, to the end, To plying uieful ititchei, I'll be eontented, if asked to mend The little angel breeches. Chicago i matter ho has not hitherto FKkcn of, and ns not ouo of those participating in that consultation is now living, names will be omitted. ' New. So iimhj; Dr. Hull's Cou;h in Us praise. I HiifTuretl inont wliero you will, you will llnil people Syrup, nml m m severely from rlietinm-tiiliirin winter. After tisinn ftilvn-tio- n I'lider this state of case the convenOil two days the pain entirely mile tion met. Jas. (Suthrie, a strong pro- suk'il, nnd now I ntn a well ninn. slavery man, was made President. Hon. REMINISCENCES. Archie Dixon, of Henderson, representg county in ing the largest VX Oi.lKnMIII!. IIV the State, and other prominent delegates, in full sympathy, shaped the artiXo. 8. cles relating to slavery, and threw FnrtniiiK in the old way wax continued around tho institution bulwarks that for tsevenil yearn in this and adjoining were supposed to bo impregnable, and counties. While the reap hook had to further secure its permanency, hedged ahout run its course, nothing heyond about the constitution in such manner the scythe and the cradle for cutting as to render any attempt to change it grans mid wheat had been introduced. exceedingly dillicult, if not altogether The Carey plow, with wood mould abortive; audit is here submitted that hoanls, was still in use, although the the convention now being held was not cast mould boards, with points and the called strictly in compliance with the "rounder," was being brought into no- provisions of the present constitution. tice. The ll.iil for threshing out wheat However, in the course of a few years, jind oats was in use still for small crops, and in a way perhaps not dreamed of by while for larger crops a yard, circular in those parties, which it is not necessary form, was cleaned oil and the wheat or to recapitulate, or to criticise here, slavoats taken from the stack and placed ery was entirely abolished wherever it around in a ring, and horses rode and existed in the Tinted States, without led around on it, men Mitring with compensation to its owners. pitchforks, cut in the woods, in the meantime, until the grain was tramped Claiming nothiugon that score it was out. This was called "treading wheat." the right of might, as determined by the Neighbors frequently joined in helping arbitrament of the sword the people of c.ieh other; boys usually did the riding, the South do object to being taxed so and as Kiddles were scarce, a sack of heavily for the benefit of monopolies, h raw was frequently substituted. Four and for indiscrimiuating payment of were ample for the purpose. pensions, in place of pensioning only those justly entitled to it. As to the Not even a "giound-hog- " threshing institution of slavery, it is questionable machine had then been introduced here. if there is now living a single man wl o Indeed, but little wheat was grown ; the would favor its restoration. Kiuntry was thought not to be adapted ! its growth. It WTO frequently ruined The South is now, aided by Northern l rust, and there was no remunerative capital, rapidly developing its hidden i larket for it. There were no merchant wealth, building railroads and furnaces, eiills along the river nearer than the and in addition, will send to market this alls of the Ohio, and liuisville was a season about ,s,OOD,000 bales of cotton, a ry txxir (lour market, our nicichants quantity not approximated in slave ipplying the trade heie by puichases times, thus building up what Henry ade either in Cincinnati or St. Louis. Watterson objects to calling the "New lany families throughout the country South" upon scale a unexampled in the re accustomed to having "cake bread annals of history. id collce" every Sunday morning, ' me more frequently; but in truth Kentucky is abreast of the times, and icy did not care for it. Corn was Ilreckenridge county is by no means in quantities suflicient for home , iiiwn slow in responding, led by her chief iisumption, some hogs were fed for commercial center, Cloverport, for it is but not to be denied arket, also some beef cattle: that the railroad develi nr-and mules received most atten-- t opment of the county and this section on. Any surplus corn convenient to had its conception and birth in Clovei-por- t, i ligation was shipped to New Orleans, and the initial steps leading since the coast above, by prices to the large railroad mileage of the in the Southern market very rarely war- county were taken and inaugurated in uitiiigshipments on steamboats. Cloverport and by Cloverport men. The formation of the company which afterTobacco continued the staple product wards built the I.., St. T.. & T. railroad of the county as best adapted to the was here and by her citizens, It. It. land cultivated and to slave labor, which Pierce being the lirt President and .F. il Mai supposed had been made a permaA. Murray the first Secretary. Heboid, nent institution beyond quc-dioi-i by the what has followed! and adoption of the new constii.iss.ige tution, thus checkmating any scheme If you are troubled with an annoying that might possibly emanate from the case of nasal catarrh, use Old Saul's idea-- , advanced by Henry Clay upon the Catarrh Cine. subject of gradual emancipation in his When the disorders of babyhood atc 'lebrated speech upon that subject in tack your baby, use at once Dr. Hull's New Orleans. Itaby Syrup and notice its rapid and beneficial effect. Price 2.5 ets. s While the number of in t'lis county wascomparativcly limited, The Washington county Fanners' yet some planters had quite a number, Alliance has passed a resolution conand a singular mania upon the subject demning the use of money in elections was prevalent throughout the country. and pledging themselves to withhold Those who owned large numbers were their suppoit froji any candidate, who desirous of increasing them; tho-- e who shall, directly or indirectly, otrer a bribe had only a few wanted more, and many to influence any election held in the w ho had none were bending every encounty. ergy to make money enough to buy one The First Symptoms of Death. ''nigger." Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in To this end "new grounds" were various parts of the body, sinking at the cleared and cultivated in tobacco while pit of the stomach, loss pf appetite, fresh, then neglected - other laud cleared feverishness, pimples oi sores, are all in its place and served the same way. positive evidence of poisoned blood. While the manure saved was applied to No matter how it became poisoned it must be purified to avoid death. Dr. a small parcel of old ground for a "toAcker's English lllood Klixir has never ll nvn patch," the other portion of the firm, in many instances worn out by failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poison. Sold under a positive guaranteo c uitinual cultivation in corn, was abandoned. The numerous old fields and byti. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and gullies on many farms to be found over Witt & Meador. Hardinsburg, Ky. the country now, fully attest the correct-'nes- s That Air Ship. of this statement. Mr. Cau.mi:i., Ii.i.. At last the air ship is a fact. The model is complete and The labor of a good many slaves was works. It will be taken to Chicago tohired by the year, the party to whom morrow and exhibited in the Exposition they were hired agreeing to "feed and building. The bouyaney chamber is lothc them well, treat them humanely, twenty-fou- r feet long and six and one-liapay doctor bill, head tax, and return feet in diameter. The ship with the them at the end of the year, unavoida-il- c propellers, rubbers, etc.. is thirty feet in accidents excepted." Most of these ere hired privately and usually per- length. The inventors have a contract with .las. A. Fanning and other to exhibmitted to select their homes, but others it for twelve weeks. They are to reore put on the block every New Year's is to lly around the my at Ilardinsbnrg and hired publicly ceive $100,000. It tho highest bidder, with the stipula-t'o- n Exposition and entry two passengers. i'i will go by express, and a car is being nlsive mentioned, the money for It changed heie for that purpose, as it can i le hiie being due at the end of the not be put in a car door. These latter were usually hired , ear. by planters or others not regarded so A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. as masters, and whom the It was just an ordinary scrap of wrapwere not so apt to choose for ping paper, but it saved her life. She homes. Jack Howard, called the "blind was in the last sta'ges of consumption, preacher," although he could see a little, told by physicians that she was incurable ewned a man named .Joe, whom the and could live only a short time; she writer hired privately for I). U. Harris weighed less than seventy pounds. On for a number of years at about $100 per a piece of wrapping paper she read of year. Dr. King's New Discovery, and got a sample bottle; it helped her, she bought It is evident that the fanners of the a largo liottle, it helped her more, bought present constitution intended to fasten another and grew better fast, continued irrevocably, if jiossible, the institution of its use and is now strong, healthy, rosy, slavery upon tho people of Kentucky. plump, weighing 110 jwunds. For fuller Tl.o writer of this learned this much, particulars send stamp to Y. II. Cole, previous to tho convention, by being Druggist, Fort Smith. Trial Dottles of parent a diaintcreMed party at a this wonderful Discovery Freo at G. W, hold by n iW prominent men Short's, Cloverport, Ky., mid J. A. and large of Henderson a Witt's, llanlinsburg, Ky. The question of gradual emancipation had been agitated together with other aspects of slavery as it then existed, and men of had awakened tho Kentucky to the realization of possiblo danger in tho future. Viewing tho matter very properly iw n right they possessed, under the constitution of tho State and of tho United States, to hold slaves as property a right to bo relinquished only upon their own volition, and not upon tho demand or at the dictation of pretended philanthropists, who proposed to be keepers of conscience for the jwople of Kentucky determined to protect themselves in these rights. pro-slavoslave-owners V slave-holdin- Dr. John D. Clardy's Platform. The Hon. John D. Clardy, candidate for Governor, has published the following platform of principles : "Prevented by my duties in the Constitutional Convention from making an active canvass for the present, I submit the following brief statement, indicating my views on n few of the pending questions of the day: 1. Heduction of tariff duties to n purely rovenuo basis no taxing tho many for tho benefit of tho few. 2. Free and unlimited coinage of silver. :i. Increase of circulating medium to $50 per capita. 4. Opposed to tho Force Hill, o. Corporations, like natural persons, must bo subject to law ; the creature can not bo greater than tho creator. 0. Favor the extension of our transportation system until the blood of commerce shall How freely through all parts of our country. 7. Opimse all monopolies and com bines for private gain at the expense of the people ; hut would oneorage the investment of capital forjtho development of ourgrcat natural resources. 8. as tho foundation nnd basis of our prosperity, should receive just recognition. !). The Suito government should bo administered so as to bring tho greatest 10. Foster good to the greatest number. common schools the State should furnish books at cost. 11. A farmer, trained in business methods, identified in every way witli the indiistiralinterestsof the State, should I bo elected I will do all in my power to promote the best interests of all classes, and to bring cur good Commonwealth to the very forefront of advancement and progress. To this end I shall most gratefully appreciate your confidence and support. "Faithfully your obedient servant, U. S. Senators Elected The following United States Senators were elected by State Legislatures last week: New York, David H. Hill, ocrat, to succeed William M. Evnrts, Itepublicnn ; Indiana, Daniel W. Voor-beeDemocrat, to succeed himself ; .Missouri, George G. Vest, Democrat, to succeed himself ; Connecticut, Orville II. Piatt, Republican, to succeed himself; Pennsylvania, J. Donald Cameron, Republican, to succeed himself ; Arkansas, Jnnies K. Jones, Democrat, to succeed himself ; Colorado, II. M. Teller, Republican, to succeed himself; Washington, AVaston C. Squire, Republican, tc succeed himself for tho long term; Oregon, John II. Mitchell, Republicnn, to succeed himr, self ; New Hampshire, Dr. J. II. Republican, to succeed Henry YV. Rlair, Republican. There are contests before the other Legislatures balloting yesterday. G. C. Moody, Republican, leads in South Dakota and George A. Pieree, Republican, is having a race in North Dakota. Kor Farwell'sseat there is no change in tho Illinois Legislature. Palmer, Democrat, has 101 votes ; Ogles-bRepublican, 100, and John A. Street-e- r, Farmers' Mutual Heneflt Association, has three votes. DemGnl-lingey, itrftAtftAVSiVLrt FREE FOR EVERY ONE WHO WlLIi TAKE T1E TROUBLE TO ASK FOR IT. TH THE GREAT SOUTHERN WEEKLY ITUTION SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 81.00 PER YEAR. izmnn WFFMY nnn ry "I -- I hidDiv Easiest A MILLBOM READERS, " Agents make $25 to $100 per month working for us. Send for Outfit. paper In America to get subscriptions for.tea FIVE ncbfK fio HOUSEHOLD SHOtfUD t. be without it. fomo-thln- The Kentucky Horse Breeders' Association has made arrangements nnd conditions for the first $l'.",000 trotting stake over guaranteed in America. It will be trotted in Lexington by foals of 1891, when two and three years old. will go milo heatSj The best two in three, and tho next year will go milo bents, three in five. Old Chronic Coughs are relieved moro speedily by "C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure," than any other remedy. Sold by J. YV. Owen. $ wll " p . 9 P&92 prevents our mentioning nil tho special writers who will hoin to mnka tho ravsTiTimnv fn mi .. Issuo during the coining year: Beelde the reenlar contribution) of the WW A1U, most famous writers the world has pro. above Til K CONSTITUTION 7h Ftmon-- . I'lilloiorlitr-HomorliOne to d,!iSl!.'l.ll..m',,e each number of the greater expcniw than anf nthr Americana 30T.I. CHANDLER HAKIMS, worth a rear subscription. It niWIHWr In .PCllf-- fntllrll.1,lnna t.nm !. Is the cheapest in price, the biggest nnd beat OI "Uncle ltemut" Olebrltr. moit noted tpeclat writera of the world weeklr newspaper published In the known Itev. T. IeWITT T A I.MAO E, worn. No household should bo without Us For tho Yoar 1891. The OlfbrUol Dlrlne. g cheer to the famllr fireside. It ban COL. FRANK A. RUHR, to please and interest ererr member l'LUNKETTI.eUorn, br HiKee The Famous Correepondent will enpplr of the family. The "Georgia Cracker,'' regularlr Lettere from For the Fathemnd Sons. It line Atrrlrn. XUAXK TL. KTANTOX, epccinl interest to Cenlrra on matters of Tho K.uro.w,n Itirnl. The Toet. American readers, and particular! Nlorlra of tho IVnr nml Adt nUurr. to tho For the .Mother and.. Daughters it oilers larmersof thlaconntrr; a study of AgriWALLACE V. REED, Industrial Europe being the "Woman's Kingdom,", "Children's DepartVi hot e Charming Short Bioriei hire a Natcultural and for ment" and other specialties for feuiiulim his Trip to the Old World. ional Imputation. fancy. , HENRY M. STANLEY, Dr. W. L. JONES, In addition tp its special departments It The South', most Prominent Agricultural ?S0.Ce.Ielb:a.ted African Explorer leads all American nwspapers In gltlna Editor. Will h heard from during tbe rear In a complete tho news of the world. It costs eerie of tho most Interesting articles erer E. W. nARRETT, nothing to are Ihlsgreat paper you published. Onr Special Washington Correspondent. will do yourself an injustice if youand nst do send for ft sample copy. After you read It ir TIIOS. A. EDISON, Mm. Wm. KINO, yuu do not think the lstVainlly paper The Kdltreni of W'omnn'ii Kingdom and our ThA OrAnf 17. An f ..I a t.iM In the wtrld you do not hare to subscribe and more than One Hundred other of the miiuren e.vepartuient. MonU,ern ,he bMl moDtl'" wr printed, .end i.05 and both U? s.KnTyof0Va,ye.e and h. 1 Fral m-. ' '" . Farm CONSTITUTION GA. ... .,,Tx..TTTTT-rTTTT- ...... t .. . Address THE CONSTITUTION, -i ATLANTA, i it i r,"-,- "- fi"f rrf rrr77ytwyv.ipjl!i :- ft Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co, "J. 1). Clakiiy." Our Very Best People Confirm our statement when we say that Dr. Acker's English Itemed is in every way superior to any and all other preparations for the Throat and Lungs. In Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic and relieves at once. We offer you n sample bottle free. Kenicmber, this Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee. For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt it Meador, Hardinsbtirg, Ky. The Hough Creek Bridge. The pier on the Grayson side, that fell down, has been rebuilt, and is a fine piece of masonry. The work was done by Messrs. Aimer and Turner Cave. The pier on tho Breckenridge side is so cracked that there is great apprehension that it may some day fall, and the Grayson county commissioner has entered his protest against the bridge being put on it. Hut prominent men in Ilreckenridge county who have carefully watched the cracks, say they were made by the settling of the wing walls when it was first put up, and that the cracks have not changed a particle during the last year, and the commissioner has ordered the bridge put up. Tho men came here to put up the bridge, but the water was so much in the way and there were so many logs in the creek above the bridge that they were afraid to undertake it and have gone back. It will probably be the middle of the summer before the bridge is completed. Grayson Gazette. A Graduate of Medicine. Ileing a graduate of a Medical College, I nin of course prejudiced against all secret proprietary medicines, but I am compelled to say, after being cured of a violent case of Inflammatory Rheumatism, that S. S. S. is the remedy for that disease. I took S. S. S. after everything else had failed. I had all sorts of treatment with the best physicians. Had the Turkish bath treatment ; went to Hot Springs, Ark., ; Jacksonville, Kin., ; Colorado Springs, and to California ; but no relief. Then I Mnrted home, tired and worn, disgusted with medicine. A friend persuaded mo to take S. S. S. and I did it more to gratify him than from any hope of cure, nnd the first bottle put me far on the road to permanent cure. I continued it until I am sound and well. Gko II. Haycock, Dtiluth, Minn. Treatise on Wood and Skin Diseases mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. If your appetite is gone nothing will M5!00o,cltkA,MScniiy,Noy,30,1.90 restore it moro quickly than "C. C. C. Euit Bound Train t Certain Chill Cure," tho great Tonic and H'cil Bound Train 63 guaranteed cure for Chills and Fever. Mail A Mall & Expr'a Kzpr'e STATIONS Kxpr'a Kxpr'a Sold by J. YV. Owen. TIME SCHEDULE Taking- 3STO. 17. Cffcct 1891 FRANK S.COOK. -- : " King Kalakaua's funeral took plnco in San Kntncisco, Thursday, and, immed-atel- y afterward, the remains were place-e- d on board the United States Charleston, which left at once for Honolulu. The first news of the King's death will bo received by the islanders on the arrival of the vessel. man-of-war Dally 6 2)pm 0 40 7 20 72T I Dally 8tt".im Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 8 20 U00 Dally KcjituckySt. 105pm 12 60 745 7 65 8 01 8 07 903 920 9 9 9 9 27 37 40 40 814 8 22 Howard ItocklIacn HM.im Long Hranch 1143 Hrandcnburg 1134 Meade Springs 1130 Irvlnirtnn Wcstl'oint 860 1210 810 12 07pm 8 (ft Dally 9ftpm LUMBER, Jj A 1 Jlij, SHINGLES, DOOES, y 7 4a 7.V) 7 20 7 22 830 8 30 8 47 954 1003 1012 20 27 30 1044 10 10 10 (lustiin Kkron 1124 11 710 7 07 10 Merit Wins. We desire to say to our citizens, that for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's Now Life Pills, Bueklcn's Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. AYe do not hesitate to guarantee thorn every time, and we stand ready to refund the purchase price, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies liuvu won their great popularity purely on their merits. G. AW Short, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. AVitt, Ilardinsbnrg, Ky. The Tennessee Legislature will follow Alabama's example and hold up the bill making an appropriation for an exhibit of the State's resources at the AVorld's Fair until after the Federal Senate has taken action on the Force bill. Dr. Mendenhall experimented for teen years before he was convinced that he had perfected in "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," tho best remedy on earth for Cough nnd Colds. Sold by J. AV. Owen fif- 860 9 02 919 931 9 40 9 62 10 01 10 08 1014 910 910 1049 1052 1100 1114 Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport IlawesUllc I'ctric Talcon Shops Sklllmun Lnfliburg Tierce Si.,.,plc Webster 1107 1058 1061 10 42 10 30 1020- 1021 058 0 4'J 0 41 0 30 024 0 15 0 09 1018 10 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 0.1 000 561 5 43 6 31 5 21 1120 1137 1144 1151 55 44 32 23 00 47 32 22 08 1017 10 23 10 41 1160iin 12 0.1pm 12 21 . 1055 1100 1118 1120 1137 1151 123r 12 45 1 1269 107 117 Snottsfile 137 12 05pm 140 Ilaskctts 122Q.tm 200pm ar.llemlers'n Iv l'nwcra Tutcs Owcnshoro Mattlngly Stanley Wortliiimton I.cwiMwrt Cace 913 917 512 5 05 5 01 4 65 4 38 4 25 SASH &d BLIUDS Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET. 15th & 16th STS., 417 4 0'. 3 50 769 7 47 7 28 340 3 31 3 23 3 10pm 719 7 0.) mi LouisvPIe,Hardinsburg&Western R. R. i cs No. 5 TIMETABLE. Taking Effect at 5.00 o'clock n. m. Sunday September 28, 1890. West Hound Trains IJally Daily STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun. No. 5 No. 1 0 30im 11 15un I.v lrvlncton Ar Gurhclit 1142 715 Ilarncil 1168im 7 37 4.) 12 05pm 7 Junction Hardinsburg 1213 7 55 12 23 823 Junction 1230 Kirk 852 12 47 Jolly 910 Olcndcjne 9 47 103 ltockvalc 120 1015 Huth 129 1029 1041 Asklni 135 1101 Oaks 148 1120pm 2 00pm ArFordsvlllcI.vJ LOUISVILLE, KY. 5SyMention this paper. ' East Hound Trains DoTiy Daily ex Sun. ex Sun No. 2 No. 0 9 4."um 645p 912 852 837 8 41 8 23 15 8 03 7 44 7 29 7 20 4 4 4 50 20 00 410 348 3 21 3 00 B 712 220 140 129 r A M--r-vv -- X S- C immM" 7tfll llV- -' ..mi .. triuifs Mivj i ,rs 12 48 8 57 1221 on Public The House Committee 0 45amjl2 00m Buildings has agreed upon a favorable report of the bill appropriating$4,000,000 TIE LOUISVILLE 4 ST, LOUIS M LINE, for the erection of tho now public build(L. K. A ST. L. R. R.) ing at Chicago. aA WtftV r& 1 1 V sl.ne-holdcr- Jxt every enfcobled woman know it I There's a medicine that'll cure her, and tho proof's positive Here's the proof ifit doesn't do you good within reasonable time, report the facta to its makers nnd get your money back without a word but you won't do it ! Tho remedy is Dr. Piorce's Favorite Prescription and it has proved itself the right remedy in nearly every case of female weakness. It is not a miracle. It won't cure everything but it lias done moro to build up tired, enfeebled women than any other and broken-dowmedicine known. AVhcre's tho woman, who's not ready for it ? All that wo've to do is to get the news to her. The medicine will do tho rest. Wuntcd AVoinen. First to know it. Second to use it. Thirjl to be cured by it. The one comes of tho other. The seat of sick headache is not in the brain. Regulate tho stomach nnd you euro it. Dr. I'ierco's Pellets nro tho Little Regulators. Only 25 conts a vial. 1 n SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND DEST LINE TO St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. EVajIisVille, Ind. AND ALL POINTS West and Tiine-Csr- JO t d is Effect Dec, IS, 1888, Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m. .,4:10 p.m Lv. ...7:25 " Arr St. Louis 7:45 0:50 p.m Evansville 2:25 " For further information, call on or address, JOS. S ODI0RN, Gen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L BRYANT, Trav. Passg'r Afi't, Louisville, Ky mAP0UW solid handsome cake of scouring soap which has no equal for all cleaning purposes exceph'n the laundryTo use iHs fa value i-tII is & In the State For the Place. There is no office in the State that exercises a moro permanent influence on of society than does tho the Superintendent of Public Instruction. An energetic, industrious incumbent of this ollico can make his power felt to tho ends of the Stato and always forgood, and the character of this officer is moro intimately felt than that of any other. 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Chills once broken will not return. ro,u?,,u on'y haW tho Pric8 of other Chill Tonics. No quinine needed. Ho pnrgativs noeded. Contains no poison. Cheaper than At tho Head of Young People's Magazines. It Is as pleasant to the taste as lemon D. F. BKAHD. President. TVvaimmvMjatia MLAR6ED A Q QW Director. MOKUIS ESKKIDOK J B. M. JOLLY. - BEKr,MONTHP Accidentally Shot Ed. 11. Harned, a young merchant of Caneyville, Grayson county, was nceident-allyshby his younger brother, Asa, while out hunting last week. A dozen entered the back of his or moro bird-sho- t head, but it is not thought that the wounds nre fatal. ot .s WE1Sr PAID 0 TIME DEPOSITS. f3trtrt cii Atticles, BEAUTIFULLY t GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for C20ctvO' SNoJ tl.1 .w3' a Authors. Clmwn TTn iKTn&TFnl It purines the blood and removes at1 malarial poison from the system. It is as large as any dollar tonio an' RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. -- quinine. Poems, etc. TTt.j. 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