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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 brc1891020401_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SucceMcan be achltncil In any buslnoit by untiring lmliitry,:are fill ecunmny ami jmlicimis nilvcr-tiitln- w Tlic ro.til to opulence lies knee ilii'p tlirmili printer' Ink. hi: THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVEKPOET, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, EEBUARY 4, 1891. OECHAIO) AND GAHDEN. AC.nO 3S Tradesman, this ncwapapcr clr culntei in the home or people buying the Mml of goods you nuy have to' sell. Moral Iinltc them to your store. VOL. XV. NO. 28. THE, WAY. MR. PEDDICORD'S DAY IN BED. Ob- We shell corn. We run it through two cleaners. We grind it on Rolls. l L 6UBJECTS growe;s and gardeners. OF INTEREST TO FriUH "Ilavo you no fiiouJi norwi tho way? My little city Ui'!l.i' kjIJ; "And when tli.'re como-i.- i rainy day, Can't you too', out. anJ nod your bead To Homo onu cU., ai 1 van lo To Will nn.l I'red mid baby Kuef 1 lieanl jcu toll mamma today You bad co friends acrom tho tray." 1 Ho Takes ths Doctor's Advice nnd We Bolt and Pur ify the meal all for One-six- th Toll. We shell and chop it for feed' for One-eigMhTolL ."V. Did you ever hear of a mill doing About Narclu villi SilgBCHtlonii In Ilclatlun to Its Culftiro. Qncrn Ann's Doublo Dnfl'ixlll A Ilnrc Hurt AtlntitfMl Tor Porclng. Narcissus or as these flowers of the poet aro more commonly termed daffo dils', are most useful for furnishing blooms in tho early spring months for out of doors and during tho winter by forcing. Thoy aro mostly hardy with tho exception of tho polyanthus section. Tho last named, by tho bye, are invaluable for forcing and may be grown either In pots or in gla&ses. Theso flower early and tho flowers aro exceedingly fragrant. A valnablo sort among tho single varieties for forcing is tho Stella. This variety also succeeds well in tho garden whenever it is given a comparatively dry spot in which to grow. It has a white flower with a golden cup. Numbered with raro and handsomo doublo narcissus is tho one depicted in tho cut and described as follows in Popular Gardening: Inatructlvo l'ucl "But havo friends dear friend," I cried, With quick, remorxcful thought of home. "A band of brothers, kMo by side. To greet mo if I go or coino. How dear they ore, I cannot nay I Nor how It cheers mo diy by day To sco ncroaa tho valley far. How str og and beautiful they aro! re the robes they wear; Their mantle thick and soft of green. Then rainbow tinted, yet more fair, Orcrmlno wratti with silver shoco. But yet I think I love them best When, all in somber shadows drcst. Their broken ranks In silence lie midnight sky Beneath thesoL-ni"Ami yon should "Sometimes n misty curtain drawn Bvtween us hides these fWendi from me; But when at xunsct It Is gone. Dear child, how falrjlio Klght 1 see! For where tho nearer fauks dlvldo. The gates of glory open wide; And lo! in that unearthly light Tho farther hills transfljureJ quite; While yet another and another reefs o'er tho hhouldcr of his brother, And nulles through rosy mist and neeinstosay, 'Heaven lies beyond us -- such a littlo way ' " "Such friends are nice," slio softly said, "For any ono as old as you; And when I'm old hnd you aro dead. Perhaps I'll go and s;o them too. But now I'd rather watch to sco Children acro-- u tho street from me; And nod to "'111, and play peep-bWith cunning littlo baby Sue." Susan II. Ludlum In Harper's Bazar better ? Thursday and Saturday of each week are our days for custom work on corn. If you Two Doctors. want the from your meal own QUEKN ANN'S DOUBLE DAFFODIL. corn or feed ground, come on these days. exchange every day. Come and see us. We IRVINGTON, KY. If You Have CONSUMPTION COUGH OR GOLU BRONCHITIS Throat Affection Wasting of Flesh SCROFULA Queen Ann's daffodil belongs to tho trumpet section of tho family, a fact hardly to be suspected by tho engraving annexed, for it is so full in respect to multiplication of parts that tho normal form is quite disguised. Tho blooms have tho star shapq shown in tho engraving, tlio sections of the perianth being arranged in regular layers of Bix parts. Tho color is a palo lemon yellow and tho plant is dwarf. In common with all tho smaller growing daffodils this variety prefers a rich, dry loam abounding in sand, but no rank rnanuro of any sort. The position should bo fairly sunny; tho bulbs should beset not too deeply. It is an exquisito variety for forcing in n cool pit, this being indeed tho treatment from which in our climate tho best results should bo expected. A deep, moist soil is tho one chief requisite for obtaining a free growth and abundant bloom of tho larger varieties, while the smaller kinds prefer a dryer soil. All lovo a humid atmosphere. Keeping Cabbago In IVIuter. There aro two methods of storing cabbage which wo have found satisfactory. Ono is to select a high piece of ground to afford natural drainage. A light mat or bed is made with dry straw, about the width of two cabbngo heads and as long as may bo desired. The cabbages aro pulled up, carefully carted to this plnco, and then, having tho outsido leaves neatly closed against tho heads, tho plants aro placed roots uppermost on tho straw, and as closely together as possiblo, making two compact rows. A few inches of straw aro put carefully on the cabbago, and earth is thrown on gradually to tho doptli of about a foot, drawing in tho roots to form tho top of a ridge. Tho earth is taken alongsido of tho row, thus affording additional drainago, whilo tho mound when finished must bo well packed down with tho back of tho spade. When tliis is finished a row of corn fodder is piled along each sido to still further protect from tho wearer. This will keep off both rain and c.t. if properly placed. Iu taking out any cabbnge during winter at once cover up tho row to protect tho remaining heads. Another method is to plant tho cabbage roots downward instead of inverting them, and then pursuing tho samo general plan as above. American Agriculturist. I'leco or Whole ltoot Grafting. Tho disadvantages of pieco roots as enumerated by Professor Bailey before tho last meeting of nurserymen, aro: 1. Roots moro prongy and moro horizontal, i. c., surface rooting, thereforo not so hardy. 2. Small growth tho first year. 8. Union imperfect on pieces of roots. 4. Trees moro crotched. C. Trees apt to tip over in orchard. 0. Not so long lived. Tho advantages of piece roots, accord-ingtoth- o Bamo authority, aro: 1. Allow 2. Hasten cheap making moro trees. multiplication. 0. Allow of deep and consequent rooting of scions of value in tho northwest whero it is good, oven for stono fruits, tho Chickasaw plum being used for grafting peaches. 4. Enable us to increase rapidly our stock of raro plants, of which we cannot get seeds or cuttings. Tho advantages of whole roots aro briefly summed up as follows: 1. Better, deeper and finer roots. 2. Havo more forco, thereforo get larger trees. 3. Budding on whole roots is the best in nearly all cases whero hardiness is not of special importance. Tho Otuhclto Orange. Among tho desirablo and littlo known plants for tho window garden is tho a dwurf growing orange tree of remarkablo beauty. It will flower and ripen its fruits perfectly in a two inch pot, claims American Agriculturist. It is not raro whero theso diminutive orango trees bear from twenty to thirty flowers and a few ripo fruits at tho samo time. Tho fruits remain several months on tho plant, which, after being shifted into a larger pot, again blooms with a fair prospect of another crop of oranges. Almost every one has made his jest about tho proneness of doctors to disagree, the ono prescribing exactly an opposito course from that ordered by another; but not every one has had an opportunity to conduct such an experiment as was made by tho iato Baron Lutz, formerly primo minister of Bavaria. The baron was onco severely wounded in battle in both legs. Tho wound in ono leg was much liko that in tho other. It struck him that hero was a chanco to study tho ways of tho surgical profession and beguile tho long hours of his convalescence. He accordingly callod in ono doctor and gavo him charge of his right leg, but told him nothing about tho wound in the other, and then called in another 6urgeon for his left leg, keeping him similarly in ignorance about tho wounded right leg. Tho doctors adopted a very different method "of treatment, but both wounds healed at about tho same time. When tho baron's legs were quite well he derived a great deal of amusement from getting the doctors together und mystifying them with questions about the way e.oc'h had treated "his leg." Youth's Companion. Curious Old Indian Signs. About five miles above Morven is a mystery which the people of that com munity cannot explain, In a hummock near tho river are two complete circles, one 00 and tho other 140 feet in diameter the smaller circle inside tho larger Tho circles, which tiro much like thoso left by a circus performance, are completely barren of vegetation of all kinds. These circles have been there since the recollection of tho oldest citizen, and none know how or when they came tliero. It must bo that they are Indian signs, relics of by gone days, when the savago warrior was lord of all ho surveyed. Macon (Qa.) Telegraph. Itlcli I'uyallup Indians. There are scores of Indians on tho reservation worth from $30,000 to $250,. 000 each, and when tho reservation is thrown open by congress, as it will be in n very few years, there will bo in Pierco county a dozen or two of the richest Indians in tho United States. Following aro the names of some of tho wealthy Indians: Mrs. Joseph Douetto, a full blooded Indian widow, with $250,000; Chris Laughlot, a widower, with 120 acres and C0,0OO; Joe Coates, ICO acres and $80, 000. and tho Coates family, worth $128,. 000, are Eomo of tfio richest Puget Sound News. tains Some Interesting Ilesults. "I think I'll stay in bed today," remarked John nenry Peddicord when tho alarm clock went off at 7 a few mornings ago. "I don't feel very well, and I read n fow days sinco an articlo by a prominent physician, in which ho said that if peoplo would ,go to bed and stay there n wholo day in every month, and keep quiet, thoy would livo to a good old ago." "Well, 1 think 1 would," said Mrs. John Henry Peddicord encouragingly. "You have been complaining of a sevoro headache for several days, and I havo become quito anxious about you." So John Henry turned over on his pillow and settled himself for his unwonted luxury. Ho had just got to sleep again when tho baby woko up. Tho baby had not read tho learned articlo by tho prominent physician, and it would havo had no effect on her if she had. Sho was opposed to sleep on general principles, at any time, day or night, and only nt tho latter timo from diro necessity, when sho could no longer prop her eyes open. But stay in bed all day? Never I Baby's waking was tho signal for her mamma to rise. "John Henry, love," said Mrs. Peddicord, "as you nro not going to got up, I think I'll let you omuso baby whilo I dress. Tho girl is busy this morning: it's ironing morning, you know. It'll bo such a help." So while Mrs. Peddicord dressed, John Henry Peddicord tried to amuso tho baby, but tho attempt was not a gigantic success. Tho baby wanted to get up and begin its day's work, but John Henry, having resolved to put into practico tho prominent physician's theory, could not accedo to tho infant's demand, though it was supported by much heavy wailing. To assist in tho general work of amusing baby, Mrs. John Henry Peddicord unloaded on tho bed a varied assortment of toys. There were dolls, tin wagons, locomotives, building blocks and tho liko. By tho aid of theso adjuncts to infantile pacification nnd tho expenditure of moro vital force than an entire day's work at tho offico would consumo, John Henry kept tho baby in a stato of comparative quiet for ten minutes, and tho word "comparative" is used advisedly. By this timo Mrs. John Henry Peddicord was dressed. "I'll tako the baby now and dress her," sho said. "I'm sure sho hasn't bothored you much, lovo. S'o's dust as dood as dold; s'o is mommer's 'ittlo toddles." Tho second half of Mrs. John Henry's remarks was addressed to tho baby, not to John Henry. "Mommer" took tho baby, and John Henry snuggled into his pillow for another snooze. Ho had scarcely got to sleep when ho was awakened by tho wifo of his bosom. "I'll go and bring up your breakfast, love, if you'll just mind tho baby whilo I go downstairs for it. There's tho breakfast bell now. Baby will bo good, I'm sure. I'll 6et her on tho bed and you can play with her." But baby had somo conscientious scruples about going to bed just after dressing, and sho filed several ompbatio protests, which tho disappearanco of her mamma did not tend to render less energetic. This timo John Henry's efforts to assuage tho grief of his child were utterly unavailing. Ho endeavored to explain to her that tho features of Edna, tho chubby rubber doll, were worthy of moro than a casual glanco, but baby would not listen. Equally unavailing were his efforts to point out tho wonderful beauties of a "choc-cholocomotive But finally Mrs. John Henry camo to her lord's assistance and carried off tho baby, whilo ho sat up in bed, propped with pillows, ate his buttered toast and his boiled eggs, drank his coileo, and thought that the prominent physician's idea was not such n bad one after all. His breakfast eaten, John Henry Peddicord lay and dozod and lazily dreamed for perhaps half tin hour, when his wifo invaded the bedroom again. Sho had an idea. "John Henry," sho said, "I've no end of shopping to do, and I just believe I'll go today, while you aro at homo. No ono can take care of tho baby as well as you. I feel so much safer when you aro home with baby dear, and you won't mind, will you, love'" John Henry groaned inwardly. Oh, no; ho wouldn't mind nt all. And ho didn't for 'a wholo half hour after Mrs. Peddicord hud disappeared. The baby had been fed, and for tho spaco of thirty minutes thereafter wtis a model of angelic sweetness. Then camo n change, however, and the infant becamo moro exacting. John Henry performed various gymnastic evolutions on the bed for his audience of ono infant, which were duly applauded until tho spectator desired a chaugo of programmo and mado her de'' sire known very promptly. After Mrs. Peddicord had been gone un hour John Henry thought this thing of staying nt homo to rest was n delusion und a snare, and ho tried to concoct u good reason for foregoing his resolution of following tho prominent physician's advico. "To bo sure," ho thought, 'More's that business with Oparrowgrass I ought to havo attended to months ago. Ho lives in Frogvillo, fifteen miles awny, over a very rough road." John Henry Peddicord dressed himself and took thobuby downstairs, where tho girl was ironing. "Norah," Baid hot "I'm sorry to interrupt your ministrations nt (ho ironing board, but I find it necessary to go to tho country, and I'll havo to leavo tho baby with you. Whon Mrs. Peddicord returns tell her I received a telegram calling mo away on very important business, and that I shall not bo, buck before and perhaps not 0 or 10 o'clock morning." WilliaU befiiro O. aiviter in Drake's Maiagha o" t, art Inflamed, Lack of Strength or Jt'erf Power, you can be relieved and Cured by Or anvHUent xrlnre the Throat and Zungt 5' SCOTT'S EMULSION PURE COD LIVER OIL OF Aslcfor Scott's JZmuUton, and let no planatton or solicitation indue you to acoept kA 1 - With Hypophosphltes. PALATABLE AS MILK. a substitute. Sold by all Druggists. & DOWNE, Nk" . rrr , &. 800TT Chemists, N.Y. B MCVDIID regulates the Uowols. At aUdrugglls.PHoo25ots. Dr. BULL'S facilitates Teething ar1 NEWS AND COMMENT; s prevailed in tho Heavy Northwest on the 20th. Senator Ingalls is offered the editorship on several great metropolitan papers and a $15,000 Job to lecture. Disasters at sea during the week included tho wreck of three vessels in the Gulf of Mexico, with tho loss of sixteen lives, nnd a terrific storm in tho lied Sea, deluging tho island of Massowah and destroying 100 lives. Resolutions have been adopted by the Nebraska Legislature approving the action of tho United States Senato in refusing to consider the Force Bill. The resolutions were passed by tho votes of Democrats and Independents. The chief feature of the Navy Department's exhibit nt tho World's Fair at modern batChicago will bo n tle ship. Tho vessel will be built upon piles on the lake shore at Jackson Park, and will havo n complete armament and crow. Daily exhibitions and battle drills will be given. miners One hundred and fifty-on- e were blown to eternity in tho mammoth mine in the Connellsvillc .Coal Region on Jan. 27th. It is said to bo the most appalling niino disaster that over occurred. Tho immediate cause of the explosion is unknown, for no ono in the mino lived to tell the talc. A train carrying tho Seventh Cavalry and Battery E, Light Artillery, from the scene of tho recent Indian war to Fort Riley, Kans., collided with a passenger train, and between fifteen and twenty soldiers were killed, and many moro seriously injured. A number of Cavalry horses were also killed. Misery, it is said, loves, company, and McKinley and llisnmrk, each of whom havo been relieved by their respective sovereigns of tho responsibilities of State, naturally feel a bond of sympathy. It is reported in tho Berlin newspapers that Mr. McKinley intends to visit the in Germany in order that ho may personally expreas his admiration of that statesman and his policy. Tho revolution in Chili is a moro extensive affair, at least in the way of military demonstration, than tho recent ones in Brazil and Argentine Republic. Tho army is supporting tho President nnd tho navy is acting with tho revolutionists. Victory so far seems to be with tho revolutionists, and tho government forces aro being forced into tho interior. Tho navy has blockaded tho ports and bombarded the places occupied by the government. Tho Force Bill is apparently dead forever. Several Republican Senators who have heretofore supported Honr, now declare that thoy will never voto to bring up the bill again, as too much valuable timo has already Lcn given up to it. Tho President, lwover, is applying all tho administrative pressure to the delinquent Republican Senators for tho purpose of effecting tho passago of tho measure, and the Democrats will continue to keep their eye upon it and take nothing for granted. Tho National Farmers' Alliance Convention, in session at Omaha, Neb., adopted resolutions in favor of a convention of ono delegate from each Stato to bo held Feb. 22, 1892, to fix a placo and time for holding a convention to nominate a Farmers' Alliance candidate for of tho President and United States. Tho convention adjourned on tho 29th, nfter electing officers and selecting Chicago ns tho placo for the next National Convention. John II. Powers, of Nebraska, was elected President, and August Post, of Iowa, Secretary and Treasurer. snow-stormfull-size- d Vice-Preside- We ask for your patronage and propose to give you in return full value for SOLID TRUTHS! EVERY DOLLAR Left at our store. Therefore we call your attention to our new and handsome line of Goods, consisting of FARM IMPLEMENTS Such as I EMPIRE DRILLS, OLD HICKORY WAGONS SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS, AVERY, ME1KLE & URA CLIPPER STEEL PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVELS, SHOP MADE SINGLE SHOVELS, And a full line of Plow and Machine repairs, Wagon Material, Iron of all kinds, Shingles, Doors, Sash and a full line of Hardware, Lime, Salt and Cement, Brick and Tiling for Hues and drainage, and pipe, and a full line of Tinware. Water Drawers and Pumps, Grass and Clover Seed of all kinds. Trunks, Buggies, Road Carts, Phaetons and Spring Wagon3. Tho Cleveland Drier Co.'s Pure Raw Bone Fertilizers. "Cash paid for Country Produce, such as Hides, Feathers, Eggs, &c. Our house is situated on Seminary Street, opposite Public Hall. Everything new and good quality, and selected with the view of pleasing all. As we are working for trade our best endeavors will be to Save Money for all who favor us with their patronage. COOK AND HEATING STOVES HENSLEY & JOLLY, Farmers' Supply House, Haudinshurq, Ky. HERE WE AEE AGAIiT Furniture in endless varieam now ty. back at my old stand and respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. ! FURNITURE, Honest Goods. Louisville, St. Louis & UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. Co. Texas RJ. Old Stand - By's You will find TIME SCHEDULE Tuning Effect At 5:00 o'clck A. H Wat Bound Traint 53 61 3STO. 17. HOUSE. Sunday,No7.30. a 1890 East Bound Traint 52 Kxpr's IJxpr's Dally 0 25pm 0 40 7 20 Mail & STATIONS Mall ., Kxpr's Expr's Daily 9 IVSpm 850 810 8U" 7 45 7'i 753 801 807 811 822 830 839 847 850 9 10 910 919 933 75 '10 Dally Dally 8 Main Iv.Un'n Dp'U.ar 1 05pm Kentucky St. 12 SO 820 West Point 1210 9 00 12 07pm llowanl 905 U2II HockIIaen 11 Kltra Long Hrunoh 1143 927 1131 llramlenbtirK 9 37 Meade Springs 1130 9 10 1124 Kkron Dill 1110 Ouston 951 101X5 1107 Irvlngton 1068 1012 Webster 20 10 27 1031) 10 44 10 49 STOVES Of all kinds and Prices. 7.') 7 2(5 7 22 710 7 07 HAEDWAEE Of Every Description. 068 6 40 6 41 Lodiburg 1'iercc .S....,plc 9 02 9 40 110(5 1114 1137 1141 1151 1062 1120 Stcphensport Addison Holt 1061 10 42 10 30 10 20 1021 10 030 621 6 15 PUMPS, CROSS-CU- T 009 liOO Clocrport Shops Skillman 1018 03 863 561 5 4.5 5 31 5 21 SAWS, 962 01 10 OS 1(1 llavesille l'ctrie falcon Cajcc Lcwlspott 9 44 9 32 9 23 FLUE TILING, MANTLES Asthma, nill EULiLi P"tw "w 9JM C trvcN 3 Oough,VvULin Consumption, andro- lieves Consumptive persons. J?rioo25cts. CIIUD C At nt )..( Colds, Q Cures Coughs,Croup, Bronchitis, IQ w I IVWr ail druggists. fl Whooping Incipient Hebrew Choirs. In such of tho Hebrew synagogues of this town as employ paid choirs many of the singers aro Christians who aro totally unacquainted with tho Hebrew tongue and alphabet By way of aid to such members of tho choir hymn books aro printed in Roman letters.. The language however, is Hebrew, and the singers really sing what to them is nonMusically, however, tho sense verso. result is fine and tho choirs of several synagogues aro famous. Now York Letter. Tomato Poisoning. A singular dlscaso has just been called to notice by a prominent physician. It is a form of recession of tho gums of tho superior molars, which is said to bo duo to the use of tomatoes as food. Great sensitiveness is manifested along tho line of recession, similar to that of an exposed nerve. The only remedy has been found to be abstinence from tomatoes. If the diseaso .continues tho teeth fall out; not usually more than ono being lost in a season. New York Commercial Advertiser. Washington's Thanksgiving. The first Thanksgiving proclamation bf Washington as president of tho United States was mado iu New York on Oct 8, 1789, setting apart Thursday, Nov. 20, of that year, "to bo devoted by the people of theso states to tho service of that great and glorious being;, who is the author of all the good that? Is. that was, or that will bo." Exchange. Tho most interesting featuro of Mr. Gladstone's faco is his eyes. Thoy are described as of a "splendid, flashing, dark brown color." They show his fire and genius, and give his faco an ever changing expression. (ft niii Mi,n ,Arrterka,roucaieniiweiirf at C1ooIitIii Iruv.1 voik fur Li. yon tuny umbo rum h, but vii ran 'liicu JrsnirjiiiTH.fj to it iu run aajoupo at ay i Urn eiurt.atidiiiora any i ou. id fCK.TQa. rrarl Muff naoiy .Mm I.rilr. It flu Itonia, iv. tiff all four tlme.i-- ijaro monifnta only to the vrwfc, All 1 new. Great y bUlkT e start jou, frrnlihlnv every wjikr. tfryllitnr. KASII.Y, Hl'EMHLY learned. I'AltriL'LXAItS rUKE. Addreaa atonce-blUb10., 1 OUTLAID, BAlSk. a, iruiiio irt Of The cxecutivo council of tho American 8 47 438 1221 lWers 4 25 8 32 l'ales Federation of Labor, met in New York 1055 12 35 8 22 12 43 Owcnfcborn 417 11015 Agent for Henry Diston & Son, 4 0', 80S Mattintsly on the 27th. Secretary Evans produced 1118 1259 3 5(5 7 69 Stanley 107 1126 Saws. Belting, &c, &.c. tho circular which Mr. Powdcrly issued 1137 3 40 7 47 Worthlnuton 117 3 31 7 28 Spottsville 137 recently requesting all labor organizations 1155 Iron Roofing for Sale or put on 3 23 719 Ilasketts 1205pm 140 to send delegates to a conference to 1220am 2 00pm ar.IIenders'n lv 7U')im 310pm the building. Also you can get organizo a party in conjunction with Alliance. It was decided LouisYi'Ie,Hardinsburg& Western tho Farmers' anything made in the Tin, Copper to pay no attention to this circular, for and Sheet Iron line. No. 5 TIME TABLE. tho reason that it was unwiso for a labor organization to meddle with politics. Taking Effect at 5.00 o'clock a. m. Sunday .CVGuus and Pistols repaired. September 28, 1890. This is probably tho death blow to tho Hast Hound Train and it is well for tho Wot llo'ind Trains third party scheme, Dally Dally Daily Dally farmers and worklngmen that it is, for a ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun L. operate to No. 2 No. 6 1 No.6 No. third party would only 45p CLOVERPORT, KY. tho political strength of tho farmer 630im 11 5un Lv Irvlngton Ar 9 45am 5 50 4 Ourlielil 912 1142 715 42(5 862 Harned 116SUH and labor element, which can attain its 737 41(5 8 44 1205pm Junction 7 45 end only by using its efforts to support 8 37 4 00 1213 llardlnsburK 7 55 3 48 8 28 1223 828 Junction and control tho Democratic party. 123(5 9 00 1014 1017 10 23 1041 917 115Uim 12 0Jpm 913 512 5 05 6 01 4 65 $ GHATES, all Kinds. U, dis-sina- to J. MILLER, 852 910 Last year: Her eyes were rheumy, and weak and red, could smell It afar, llor iVoatH-yo- u She bad ringing und dlittncss oft In her head, And tho cauie of it all was catarrh. ' 9 47 1015 10 29 10 41 1101 1120pin 1247 105 120 129 135 148 2 Kirk Jolly Gtendeane llockvnle Asklns Oaks Kuth 815 8 7 7 7 44 03 29 20 325 3 00 2 20 146 129 - bi i 00pmArrordsvlllcLvl 12 48 712 1224 667 6 45am1200iii &B0lEfflgM V '- - m v civtuTtrw kvcwtv This year : ! Her breath ai sweet as tie new meadow IHE LOUISVILLE k ST. LOUIS AIH LINE, (L. E, Jc ST. L. R. R.) rMKtKLtvmKiL CasiLlHLLLm BmbbBIb hay, Her eyes are as bright as a star, And the cauie of the ohango, sho Is ready lo say, Was the Dr. Eago Cure for Catarrh. To euro Biliousness, Sick Hcadacho, Constipation, Malaria, liver Complaints, take the safo and certain remedy, SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO SMITH'S St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. A pamphlet of Information andab-- y KObUia 1'atenti. Carwu. Traded iAddraa MUNN A CO. A v3ux JJrondwujr, wnew lorK. BILE BEANS TTho buttle). TIIBV Nlic flOUttlo Henna to tho azr nil Bullnble Klxo, 25c. Ago. per Jlottle. Vrlcu of cither (ho KM AIX AUB TUB MOST CONVENIKJJT. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy will positively euro catarrh in tho head, no matter how bad or of how long standing. Fifty conts, by all druggists. Did you ever AND ALL POINTS West and Tims-Car- d Land I havo four or SlSSINfi"7-"-T0pK- x for i CU. (Mwr. or Wmpil, J f,$MlTHi,C0.uur.or"DlLEnEJLV8,"ST.ll)UIS HO. irv C9 I uiidnKtr I. Mttlf II A Ti:A ltl ""' II fS Ill.cll.U)rfMrl''"lllr'-"ll".iic)ftllhr- Mlilr.lud wlio, rtail 1(1111 I work ludunrloualj dTIiI IIII 1 I anar linlniertoo, willTaa.a.4 Italian U 1 U Law a ram Trt 1 tar In Itirlr own lalllla,wlirr"r Ibaj ll.l will alao fbrnlah ran ram Ikat amount. or tuilojrioauttat,MMilyiu jk h fijl "i Hk t , Mulue. t:,v, .vi.i. .. jiui 4X11, Notice the label on your paper and see If yur time expire-- , this month. -Auu-i.tM- Oi. altuatUxi No uiotitr fur ina uulraa auccaaafiil aa abott, l!a.lly ami qulcalr aarb dlalrUt urcouBljr. lrarol I d.alr. but on. worktr rroinwith tnipl.il mrnt larraI Ijliaalr.adj-LufH- I and pro.M.d a exli IiiA nuiubar, lo ara maklnr AdJrr.a al ouct, i4 NOI.II iff Ii" "' ;r l.W tho uowspapor is doing for you? When you close your store fn tho evening nnd go home to your family und "fireside, not thinking about your business ut all, then Mexico is called a republic, but aa a it is that tho paper is being pored over in matter of fact it is governed by nn hundreds of homes tho homes from oligarchy of landlords. Somo of theso which your trade is drawn. And thore men own vast domains, ova possessing Is yonfud. doing its. work silently, but 6,000,000 tse of laud. surely, nnd if you liavo taken pains to of tho Now ConAfter tho adoption mako it uttnictivo its work will bo all Children like to take "C. C. 0. Certain One of tho burglars who robbed tho stitution all Stato elections will bo held tho more effective. This is repeated Chill Cure," tho pleasant and guaranteed Fulls City Bank, of Louisville, in 1873, on tlm Tuesday after tho flitt Monday in over und again, and is no doubt what inspired some writer to call nowspuper adcans for Fover, Ague and Malaria better has been arrested by Inspector ByrncB November. Tho spring candidate will vertising a "silent drummer." then bo among tho things of tho past, in Now York. Sold by J, AV. Owen. than Quinine. Tho "Silent Drummer." think what your ad. in in Elect Dec, 15, 1888, L'oulsvllla 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m...4:10 p.m. Lr. Arr St. Louis 7:45 ' ...7s25 " 9:50 p.m. Evanivlllo 2:25 " For further Information, ctl on or address, JOS.'S 0DI0RNE, Qan'l Pais. Ag't, Lom.vlllo, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trar. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. MabtfiretdttourXKITltntorwoifc. 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 prices from $200 to $1000. Musi havo good payment down. Liberal for all cuih, but wll giyo liberal time on safe trades. Have several farms for rent, Address V. Q. BURT6n, J 283m Rock Vale, Ky. Ave thoiuend for Sale. mildly and liunonblr. by Uiom cf tlilirr i1rounf m oU.knd Iu Ihclr ownltKiUui.wUrrvtrihtvlivt. Any eua ran do tb work. I,iy to Icirn. V tart ou. No rUk. You ran dfoU Wi furnish vtrrthlnr. rour "para Hiutiianu, or all ytmr timo to lha work. Iblala an antlraly w l;d,nn.l bring otidri rul auccaaa lo a vary workar. wwkand upward, Itfctanari ara rarnlwc front 34 to 60 Wacaa furulih you tba am J kioiaanrra litiUf ynianl and tatu ctlturK. jiioareaioilnun uar. run TUirKifcCO., AUilbTi, HAIKU, itauoa iub.b MONEY iirin. tf Notice Saw Mill Men. Wo want to buy for cash 00.000 feet of Kood Poplar lumber, cut ono inch thick by six inches wide, 12, 14 and 10 feet long. Highland Pamc Tinning Mill Co., Jtoom 7, Tyler lluilding, LouiBville, Ky , vsw' in that section, of which wo need not DEMPSTER. speak. .But thoso who poreonally know This thriving littlo town population Mr. Alexander can testify to his greaF liberality, and that he never forgets bis unknown Is situated on the L II. & W. R. II., at the Junction of tho Falls of old friends and acquaintances. Rough branch road, thirty miles from Louisvit.i.n, Ky, Fcb'y 2d, 1S91. HAVE YOU HEARD Irvlngton. The part of tho globo on That Leo Bishop had gotten back from which Dempster is situated was created when tho remainder of tho earth was; Middlesborough. WM. A'EST iS: SONS, an idea of at least that is our opinion of tho matter, That Wm. II. Bell had and wo novcr heard any ono express moving to Cloverport. Cloverport, Ky. their ideas differently. Dkaji Sins That Kit Wcymeth wants to make tho Mr. W. W. Lewis, of Owcnsboro, exrace for tho Legislature. ecutor of T. J. Lewis' estate, was In our That thoy struck a vein of oil down at midst last week. The Ballard Mills arc situated in the Eastern nmt of tho gas well last Saturday night. Miss Myrtlo Chandler, of Falls of Louisville, on the L. & N. Railroad, and thus have excellent That the tax supervisors gavo tho fel- Rough, was the guest of Miss Jakle facilities for receiving wheat and shipping flour both quickly and lows a good "all around lift" this time. Owen last week. the concert, which was billed for That economically. Col. It. W. Owen and Capt. J. M. Feb. 22, had been indefinitely postponed. Howard will erect an extensive business Having recently been refitted with the latest and most imThat Charloy Beard is tho crack shot house hero in the near future. Success proved machinery known to the milling trade, wc are now makon clay pigeons, and the best all to you, boys. ' hitter in town. ing the Finest Flour that was ever offered in the South, and are Miss Edna Robertson, ono of our most That tho Court of Claims probably popular young ladies, left last Thursday prepared to defy all competition, both as to quality and price. mado a mistake in ordering tho new Jail to attend Mrs. John Moorman's school Our best brand wc call Obelisk. This is just the cream of built on the vacant lot up town. near Louisville. all the wheat skimmed ofl'into Flour; the finest of the fine is studying medithe That Milton Board Mr. C. L. Cornwall and Miss Maggio cine, and hopes to como out a best of all, and is especially recommended to those desiring the Dean went to Louisville last week. I M. D. before another year is gone. wouldn't bo surprised but stop I "mum" whitest and purest bread. It needs only a trial to be convinced. That there wcro moro bird dogs being is the word on that. In the manufacture of this Flour we use only the most carebrought to town than necessary, which 'Tis sad, but Oh, too true, that Minnie dosn't include tho half breed purp be- has gone and there is an aching void in fully selected wheat, and grind on the celebrated Hungarian or longing to Beard, Hook & Co. moro than ono heart in this vicinity that Patent Process ; thus being able to warrant every Barrel or Sack none but sho can fill. Tourists, of our Flour to give entire satisfaction, and to be absolutely pure Mr. E. L. Robertson, chief clerk for Whether on pleasure bent or business, Moorman & Bceler, general merchants and free from adulteration of any kind. should take on every trip a bottle of at Glcndeane, will resign his position Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly since "rico is hominy." All wc ask is a fair trial. and effectually on the kidneys, liver and Ernest Robertson anticipates locating bowels, preventing fevers, headaches and Respectfully, esof sickness. For sale in 50c. in Hawcsvillo soon for tho purpose of other forms tablishing a literary club. Wo underand $1.00 bottles by all leading druggists. stand he is exceedingly fond of Reading. BALLARD & BALLARD CO. Dr. It. T. Dempster's new drug store BRANDENBURG. will soon bo completed at this place and - - Agent & Corresp'nt will bo a great improvement to the John T. Ditto, Thc( above 'named Brand of Flour is now on sale at ' town. Ho has been appointed surgeon ANNOUNCEMENT. by McCracken & Co. for the L., II. & W. R. R. We are authorised to announce GUS. W.RICHAIIDSON, Messrs. J. II. Mercer and "Undo" Iko to the Legislaas 8 candidate for Owen, who havo been extensively enture from Meade county, subject to the action gaged in the timber business for Mcof the Democratlo primary, June 1.1, 1891. Cracken Bros., have finished their conCLOVERPORT, KY Mr. J. S. Moreman was at home Sun- tract, and wo understand they have taken a contract for tho summer's work day. E. II. Shelnian was in Louisville Mon- for Col. J. B. Hunter ; it may be timber, but we think differently. day. There is a great deal of talk among J. W. Lewis was in Louisville labt tho boys in this community in regard week. to the next race for tho Legislature, and Lon. Moremen Jr., spent Sunday at there are several candidates spoken of, home. among whom aro D. C. Moorman, DemHon. Gus W. Richardson was in town ocrat, J. B. Hunter, Farmers' Alliance. Monday. Either of the gentlemen mentioned will W. F. Grinwell went to Louisville make us a good representative. Saturday. I have jast filled my house with a new 8tock of R. M. Smith, of Wolf Creek, was in Buoklen's Arnica Salve. town last week. The best salvo in tho world for cuts, Hon. II. T. Kendall, of Henderson, was bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever in town last week. sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, D. Cooper, of Louisville, was in corns, and skin eruptions, and positively J. town Sunday. cutcb Piles, or no pay rcquireu. it is Miss Eva Carrigan, Guston, is visiting guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or Price 25 cents per money refunded. the Misses Lewis. box For sale by G. W. Short, CloverHon. J. F. Woolfolk was at home from port, Ky., and J. A. "Witt, Hardinsburg, Frankfort Sunday. Ky. Mrs. G. W. Willis, of Richmond, is visiting Miss Lillian Lewis. TOBINSPORT, IND. Rev. E. II. Morrison preached at the Methodist church last Sunday. AVheat is not looking well. Miss Mary Bickerstaff was the guest Plenty of sickness here. of Miss Fannie Woolfolk last week. Mr. F. M. Polk is quite sick. Miss Eddie Robinson, Vino Grove, is John Conway, our Sheriff, was here visiting her sister, Mrs. S. E. Malin. Friday. Messrs. G. A. Frymire and Elvico Mr. George Tato has opened up a Wimp were in Stopliensport Saturday. blacksmith shop here. Miss Agnes Malin, who is attending Mrs. Julia Winchell, who has been school In Louisville, spent Sunday hero. very ill, is improving. Mrs. J. D. Cooper, of Louisville, is Mr. Winchell Is sawing lumber on tho visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John farm of Mr. C. Brown. Hay. Mrs. Ed Boultinghouse, who has been Miss Annie Richardson, who has been quito ill, is improving. visiting friends in Guston nnd Garret has The infant child of Mr. Cass Gardner returned home. was buried hero Friday. t. W. A. EnnKirr, Pec. &. Mgr. J. II. Hickman, I'rcs't. C. W. Biiansfoiu, At this timo Dr. II. A. Ditto is very Mr. Cass Gardner will soon begin low, nnd it is not probable that ho can erecting a handsomo residence. survivo much longer. M. Frank shipped a largo lot of potaMr. Masena Fontalno and son, Logan, Stato. and Harry Bell, returned home last week, toes South per steamer Buckeye Miss Lizzio Sauers, of Cloverport, Ky., after a visit of so vend weeks in Florida. who has been tho guest of Miss Blancho Mr. and Mrs. Chapezo Wathon returnhas returned ed homo Tuesday from their Southern Frank the past week, trip. Thoy visited Chattanooga, Kash-vlll- o homo. Mr. Joo Allen, of Stopliensport, Ky., and other points. his grandwho has been visiting It is still rumored that tho Farmers' daughter, Miss Mattio Allen, has returnAlliance will havo an independent candidate for thoLegislaturo in this county, ed home. but no ono is announced as yet. Pensions and Patents. Jeff Wright was granted license to sell Frank L. Hancock, of Owcnsboro, U. S. liquor at Garrett and Cy. McCrackcn bo in was granted license for tho same at Patent nnd Pension Attorney, will Cloverport February 25th and 20th. You Strother, a new place near Grahampton. aro cordially invited to meet me. Advice Very littlo business was transacted m.a.ittx:ba.c,x''U'xi3Bd free. I refer you to Hon. William T. hero In tho County Court, Monday, tho "TTsTsLgroin. Ellis as to my quolifications and honesty. docket being very light. Tho only caso 7w Frank L. Hancock. in which there was a contest was tho Material & Workmanship Unsurpassed. Durability, Style & Finish Unequalled. caso of G. W. Richardson vs. Commonwealth for change in road. The court Manufacturers of Wagons, Drays and Dump Carts. Capacity 23 wagons a day, offered tho contestant, James II. Frywith a rapidly growing trade extending over eighteen Southern and Western States, mire, $175 damages, which ho refused to and wherever intoduced is universally considered tho best wagon on the market. accept, and a writ of td quod damnum Foit Sale" 11 y was awarded. IB- - 3F1- ZBZE-IEei- D 5c Last Saturday night about ono o'clock several of our citizens were awakened by pistol shots on the street near tho courthouse. About fifteen shots wcro fired, and next morning it was found that the Bk court-hous- o had been taken for a target, as tho windows on tho sido noxt to tho It, bit m. V ''WBkV or the condition of the Breckinridge street had been riddled with bullets, and -Bank, Cloverport, Ky., at the close or a number of glass broken out. It is not business, Dec. 31, 1890. IIIIIHIMMU known who tho desperado was who did Plnil. ASSETS. tho shooting, but overy effort should bo $150,538.13 Notes And Mils discounted .JLYa 2,572.25 mado to catch tho guilty party, and ho Hank Fixtures and Furniture.. 3,335.14 Banking llouse and Lot.. should bo punished severely. 2,592.15 Orerdratts Beoured and Unsecured. The Importance ot purifying the blood can151.39 An investigation recently made by Suspended debt 25,884.04 not be overestimated, for without pure blood Bond somo parties hero in regard to somo prop12,783.91 you cannot enjoy good health. Due from Bank erty reveals the fact that Mr. Louis 24,824.48 Cash on band At this season nearly every ono needs a to purify, vitalize, and enrich a former resident of this Hamilton, good medicine 222,684.49 wo ask you to try Hood's the blood, and place, had tho peculiarity of giving his Sarsaparilla. Itstrengtbens LIABILITIES, CHILL DQ(Mchildren very odd names. Tho names rcCUIIal I- and builds up the system, Capital stock CHEAPEST MEDICINK JtNOWN $ 45,100.00 of his children aro London Judge, HebCONSIDERING QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, 151,924.98 Deposits I"3? WI1L ALSO OTTH3D while It eradicates disease. The peculiar rew Fashion, Chinese Figure, Rcputablo 20,000.00 Surplus Fund BILIOUSNESS, DYSPEPSIA, combination, proportion, and preparation 3,855.51 Kingdom, Greek Wisdom. It is also Undivided Profits AND CHBONIO C0NSTOATI0N. ot the vegetable remedies used give U 1,804 00 Dividend No. 33, due Jan, 2. 1891. said that ho had a daughter, now dead, -Hood's Sarsaparilla pecul- C. C. MARTIN IWOM whom ho called "Hell in tho Kitchen". 223,084.49 Jar curative powers. No druoqibt othermedlclnehassuchnrecordot wonderful B. Sklllmin, cashier of the above I, A. next door below post office. cures. If you have made up your mind to Dissolution Notice. nainedBank, do solemnly oncar that the above Ky be induced to Sarsaparilla Tlio.ftr;nofBlliU & Bullitt has this buy Hood'sother instead. do notIs a Tccullar statement Is true to the best of my knowledge Cloverport, and belief. take any It day ben dissolved by mutual consent. FOR DYSPEPSIA A. I). Skillman, Cashier. Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence. vUae Drowo'a Iron Hitter. U.ll. Bullitt, Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by all druggists. Subscribed and sworn to before me tbU the rhyilclttnj recommend It, 3d day of January, 1891, Prepared by C. I. Hood St Co., Lowell, Mass. C. M. Bullitt. All dealers keep It. 11.00 per bottle. Geaul&d Cms. B. Skii.iman, N. P. B. 0. and crossed red lints on wrapper, Cloverport, Ky., Jan'y 2:1, 1801. hu IOO Doses One Dollar full-fledg- Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, FEHKUAKY 1, 1891. JNO.D.BABBAGE The Democratic members of the SenHARDINSBURG ate have been assured by their Republican brethren that tho Force Bill is a dead issue and will not be again revived V. ft.HAIIIlAKR this session. T. S. FnYMinE tldnks he has the F. M. B. A. under his thumb, and from tho way It is said ho rung things at Stephens-por- t, Jon. 17th, he believes that ho will OOIHU DEPARTMENT, IMItor L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. f.i I... St. It. ic T. Local Time Card. Mali and Express going East Express Local Freight ft WEST. ' " 10.05 a.m. -- 11.07 West a.m. Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg-- ! 2:05 p.m. .. 7:48 a.m. " Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. OOlXO KABT. Bait I t M hoodwink a good many fellows witli tho idea that Democracy Is a fraud and that -- 10.0& a.m. West "it John Young Brown is a rascal. The Farmers Alliance of Grayson county demands of tho Constitutional If tho Constitutional Convention will provide for six associate judges of a SuConvention that it abolish tho committee of the whole, limit all speeches, and premo Court to be elected from six appellate districts, and a Chief Justice quit wasting time. from tho Stato at large, and bo done Tiik Sunday law is apparently being with it, tho people will get a good court enforced ntOwonsboro with a vengeance. sufficient to transact its business and bo When it comes to fining a merchant $2 satisfied. After doing that, if they will for having sold five cents worth of chew- provido circuit courts with moro freing gum, the court's on a dead run for quent sessions and give them plenty of time to do tho people's business and be business. dono with it, tho people will be satisfied. It is not the cost of tho courts tho people Hon. Wm, F. Vilas, Postmaster-Genera- l of the Interior under complain of, but the delay in justice. and later Secretary President Cleveland, and one of tho best Amplo court facilities is cheaper to tho and truest Democrats in tho North, has people. To get their cases tried when lecn chosen to represent the Stato of they go to court is what they want. Wisconsin in the United States Senate, The Hon. William Windom, Secretary has at last been snowed un- of tho Treasury, was stricken with cereIxoalus der in Kansas. It is tho first time in bral hemorago and fell dead just as he the State's history that a United States had closed a speech in response to tho Senator has been elected without Re- sentiment "Our Country's Prosperity" publican aid. It certainly doth appear at a banquet given by tho New York that the Republicans are doomed to de- Board of Trade, at Delmonico's, in New York, last Thursday. Mr. Windom was feat all along the line. born in Ohio, and received an academic Capital denies that the and legal education, and practiced law The Frankfort people of Frankfort intend to boycott in that State until 18.").), when ho removIxniisville if tho latter city makes an ef- ed to Minnesota. He was chosen to Congress as a Re fort to obtain tho State capitol. If any publican from Minnesota in 1858, and has business man in Frankfort lias threatened any such thing, the Capital has remained in public lifo ever since, filling been unable to find it. Frankfort, of tho offices of United States Senator from course, desires to retain the capitol, and Minnesota, and Secretary of the Treasury expects to do so, but not by such small under President Garfield arid again under President Harrison. Wr. Windom devices. resigned his place in Mr. Garfield's CabiRepublicans need not concern net immediately upon tho death of tho The His intellectual powers themselves about an extra session of president. are not in seemed to be especially adapted to tho Congress. The Democrats favor of one. Let the country wag along subject of national finance, and during his public career ho has been a potent as a Republican Congress and adminisleft it. If tho President wants factor in establishing the fiscal polity of tration tho government under Republican adone, let him call it. ministration. " Bait Vet 5.58 p.m. - 9 27 p.m. 11.19 a.m. Passenger Dally arr. Uardlniburg.. " Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. 8:55 a.m. 3:5i p.m. Notice. business man, and well thorough acquainted with the wants of the people, and known to be a close buyer, and I feel well assured that with his association with the business, 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. B. IIUNSLY. I have this day associated with me In business Ky., who ! a 11. M. Jolly, of Irvlngton, n, D. Hensely, In Uardlniburg, Ky., In the Formers' Supply House, and will be thankful We will enfor any patronage In our Hue. deavor to be able to fully supply the wants of the people both In quality and prices on all As we propuse to buy strictly for cash goods. and to sell at small profits. Our motto Is, Live and Let Live. Your "Truly, K. M. JOLLY, J. I have this day connected myself with Mr. Democrats should lewaro of the ringleaders in these various secret organizations throughout tho county. Wo do not oppose any honest effort on behalf of the farmers to protect their interests in any organization that is working to that end, but when they are run by one or two individuals for political purposes, then wo say, boys, stand from under. Uiiey Woodson still parts his hair in the middle and continues to edit one of tho most successful daily papers outside of Louisville. Therefore the idea that he is booming John Young Urown for Governor in order to secure the appointment as Secretary of Stato, as has been intimated by some, seems altogether foreign to the issue. So says Mr. Woodson himself, and we are half inclined to believe it. Senator Carlisle has contributed to the February Forum an article on the United States Treasurj, in which ho says: "At the beginning of the Harrison administration, March 4, 1889, the cash balance in the treasury, which was a surplus, amounted to $150,000,000. At the end of this fiscal year, June 30, 1891, there will be a deficit of $14,000,000; and at the end of the next fiscal year, June 30, 1892, a deficit of $84,000,000." After presenting an array of facts showing the reckless prodigality of this administration and Congress, he concludes: "It is tho confirmed and incurable habit of tho party now in power to dispose of the public money in a wasteful and extravagant manner, and there is no reason to suppose that it will cease to pursue this course until the treasury is exhausted. What was two years ago the richest public treasury in tho world will be substantially bankrupt long before the term of tho present administration expires." A vast amount of valuable and reliable information is contained in the article, and it is presented in such n plain manner that any reader may easily comprehend. Mrs. J. A. Witt is visiting in Owens-b- o ro. Mr. Arthur Board was jn the city a few days last week. Mii8 Emma May left Sunday to attend school at Shelbyville. Miss Teresa McClellan, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. Buzby. Miss Mamie Smith is in Louisville visiting Miss Bertie Roister. Mrs. Mary Garrett returned to her home in Illinois last Saturday. Miss Eva Hensley returned to her home in Louisville last Saturday. Tho first piece of timber to bo used in buildlnc the jail was put on the ground Monday. Mr. Ad. Frymire, of Union Star, was here last week visiting bis daughter, Mrs. I). II. Severs. whisky just Ono barrel of received at Novelty Saloon. W. W. Vessels, Proprietor. Mrs. A. M. DeJernetto contemplates moving to town soon. Sho will either buy or build immediately. Tho spring session of Prof. Shacklett's school begun last week. Several new scholars have already come in. Mr. R. M. Jolly was In Louisville last week buying for tho Iiouec of Hensley & Jolly. Look out for low prices. Mr. Won Jolly came homo from Louisville last Friday, and is suffering with a pretty severe attack of "la grippe." Miss Bertio Reister, who has been here on a visit to her friends nnd relatives, returned to her homo in Ixniisville last Monday. Mr. Boon Turpin arrived here last Friday. Ho is looking after the work on his hotel, which ho says will be open to the public by the first of March. Pure wines, liquors, brandies, cigars, tobacco can be found at Court House Exchange in Novelty Store building. Alt". W. Vessels, Prop. Mr. T. R. Brown, Jr., son of Mrs. Thomas Brown, an old resident of this place, was hero last week from Louisville, visiting relatives. Mr. Brown is salesman for J. W. Graham. Tho second quarterly meeting of tho Hardinsburg Circuit M. E. church will bo held at Sample, Feb. 7th and 8th. The new church, which is finished, will not bo dedicated until spring. speed at which tho loThe break-nec- k cal freight train has been going down tho grade at Sinking Hill has been put an end to. Mr. J. K. McCrackcn gave the train men somo pretty strict ordors in regard to it, and thoy aro now reminutes in quired to consume thirty-fiv- o making tho run. This makes it safo for passengers traveling on tho freight, and thoy need not now apprehend any danger by accident. There are 50,000 tics down on tho L., II. it W. to bo hauled out, to say nothand lilckory ing of the staves, hoop-pole- s timber strung all along tho line. McCracken it Co. are making it pay on this lino now, judging from tho number of loaded cars thoy pull out every day. It is said the road is paying a handsomer profit in freight than tho L., St. L. & T. and tho business is hardly fairly begun. Mr. Owen, agent for the Champion Bridge Company, was in town last Thursday and called upon County Judge Thomas Adkisson and wanted to draw 80 per cent, of the contract price for tho iron bridgo across Rough Creek. Tho bridge has not vet been put up and the Judge informed Mr. Owen that as Boon as tho company got tho bridgo up their money was ready, but ho would decline making any advancements. Tho entertainmont to bo given at the Hardinsburg City Hall during April Court by tho M. B. B. Dramatic Company, will bo far superior to anything' heretofore given. With extended timo for preparation, a higher grade of plays can bo presented, and their perfect renThe management dition is assured. having secured permission to present some of the newest copyrighted plays, tho people of tho town and country may bo assured of tho opportunity to witness the best performance to bo seen outsido of tho largo cities. Mr. Junius B. Alexander, of Now York, sent his check a short time sinco for $200 as u gift to tho Baptist church at Irvington, which wiped out all the indebtedness on tho building. Mr. Alexander began lifo in that locality many years ago as a farmer. Ho subsequently accumulated money rapidly, wont to New York City and engaged iu tho y he is a very banking business. rich, retired banker, and although wedded to Now York lifo, ho doesn't seem to havo forgotten hia old haunts and a locality that know him in days1 gone by. He has made other charitable donations To-da- if'". YES'T'B,- NEW GOODS! The raise made by tho Board of Supervisors on the taxable property listed in this county, amounted this year to something over $K50,000. This is a little higher than any sum reached heretofore, but it could still go beyond this and no one would bo hurt. Each Board of Supervisors should bo carefully selected, and they should require that all It now appears that those extravaproperty in the county bo listed at a fair is done our gant resolutions denouncing John Young cash valuation. When this to have been taxes will be less and the burden more Brown and purporting adopted at a medting of the F. M. B. A. equally distributed. of Brcckenridgo county, aro a fake. These resolutions boldly set out to deThe Frankfort correspondent of tho clare that "wo (tho alleged fanners) Evening Tlmeasays: "Down in Breckhave information that justifies us in beenridge, Tice Jolly, the present Reprelieving that tho insurance companies, sentative, has gotten in with the ascendwhisky trusts, railroad kings, national ant Alliance men and is nearly certain bankers' associations, and old partisan If we know anything to bo boases who fought the farmers' organizaabout it, it is more correct to say that tions so furiously, have severally and Mr. Jolly will stand with his party for a jointly pledged tho sum of $10,000, if come what may. Tho A Hi necessary, to defray the expenses of the ance men here are not running their orunprecedented canvass of John Young ganization into politics, as far as we Brown, and thereby defeat the election have heard, but are legislating solely for of u farmer's candidate for Governor, the bcnetlt of the farming classes. If and, if possible, stamp out the farmers' it will be as a organization in Kentucky." All this Mr. Jolly is straight-ou- t Democrat. proceeded from tho morbid imagination of T. S. Frymire, the author of tho resoGkovek Cleveland, in his speech last lutions, and his assumption that ho has week before the Democratic Club of such positivo information concerning all Philadelphia, referring to tho farmers, tho detuils of a conspiracy between John said : "When we see oik farmers in dis- Young Brown and somo "insuranco tress, and know that they aro not pay- companies," "whisky trusts," "railroad ing tho penalty of slothfulness and mis- kings," "national bankers' associations," management when wo see their long etc., is absurd upon Its face. Frymire hours of toil so poorly requited that tho presided at a half attended county meeteats out their substance, ing of tho F. M. B. A. of Brcckenridgo money-lende- r while for everything they need they county and whooped his resolutions pay a tribute to the favorites of govern- through under Tom Reed methods. mental care wo know that all of this is Only four of the delegates present, one far removed from the encouragement of of whom was tho president, Frymire agriculture which our creed commands. himself, voted for tho resolutions; but We will not violate our joliticnI duty by thoy were nevertheless declared adopted forgetting how well entitled our farmers and rushed into print as representing are to our best efforts for their restorathe sense of the F. M. B. A. of Brcckention to tho independence of a former ridgo county uikmi this subject. Tho time and to tho rewards of better days. purioso of tho instigator of the resolutions becomes apparent toward tho latter is due to Mr. J. B. Howard, of It part where a clauso occurs calling for a Fordsville, to say that after our rcjwrt to bo held at Elizahethtown, heading, convention on tho fourth page, under tho March 17th, to nominate F. M. B. A. "Social Equality," had gone to press, wo , candidates for State offices. received further information, giving Mr. version of tho affair. From Howard's Hov's This? this it appears that Mr. Howard had We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward sup-ps- r, waited for his guests to finish their and after notifying them of tho fact for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo that he had to give a negro his supper, cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. gave tho whlto men ample time to leave We, the undersigned, havo known F. the dining room. If tho white men reJ. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be. mained in the dining room unnecessabusirily, they had no right to protest against lieve him perfectly honorable in all ness transactions and financially uble to tho presence of the negro. Mr. Howard could not rightfully refuso to give tho carry out any obligations made by their negro his supper when there was no firm. West & Tiuux, Wholesale Druggists, place in town where ho could bo enterO. AVauhnu, Kik.vax&Makvin, tained by his own color. Thcie is noth- Toledo, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. ing contaminating in tho presence of a Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally negro, but ft Is right to demand that the acting directly upon tho blood and muprinciple of social separation of tho races cous surfaces of the system. bo ricidlv adhered to, oven In the most trivial instances, and this Mr. Howard IrSold by druggists. Price 75c. per bottle. srcnwio nave none. Vr-- Fresh from the Market, and will just state that, I am here to sell at prices equal with any of my competitors, and I solicit your trade and influence. My motto is to sell strictly for Cash or exchange for any kind of produce at the market price. Give me a trial visit at once and I will use my endeavor to please you and hold your patronage. Eespectfully, MICHAEL MEYER, Vice-Prcs'- HAENBD, KY. JZ (. THE OWENSBORO," by Tlxe Co. J - WW CO., STATEMENT We. vi !V. Ma m.Tf THE urMkanrBEST CURE. AFdmLzMy 'mTjsnr LIVER MEDICINE ' jn " trade-mar- iirtBIIR"" HHE9SiSE55555S5E5&55 K j v i I,, IvW I MaMKdtfausiaa Hfic;s BV.TIi f. , Both tho method and results when Syrup of Pigs is taken it is plcasnnt and refreshing to tho taste, and acts gentlyyctpromptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds", headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrun of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial 111 its cfTects, prepared only from the most healthy and ngrccahlo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for snlo in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading druggists. Any rcfiablo drugpist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any ouo who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 5 one :e&:njoys Who Is It to bo married soon ? Guess. Win. Preston, of the L. II. & W.f Is in the city. Mrs. Uenry Gregory went to Brandenburg last Friday. Best quality of eating potatoes at Bowmer & Hambleton's. Mr. John Burks, of Henderson, was in tho city Monday. Northern Early Rose potatoes at Bowmer fc Hambleton's. Mr. Morton Watkins, of Owensboro, was in town Monday. Bowmer & Harubleton havo in storo white car corn for sale. Ernest Gregory has been ill during the last week from a severe cold. Price timothy hay in small bales at Bowmer & Hambleton's. Mrs. A. B. Skillman is recovering from a dangerous attack of meningitis. John E. Monarch has been confined t6 his room several days with la grippe. Bowmer & Hambleton meet nil competition, no matter from what source,. Mr. Ernest Babbage went to Hardins-bur- g on a commercial visit lost Tuesday. Miss Efilo Duncan is conceded to bo the most graceful lady skater in tho city. Miss Jennio Keith has returned after a pleasant visit to her brother at Owens. boro. Miss Fannie Braahcar returned homo Friday accompanied by Miss Lucy k. SAN FRAHCISC ), CAL. .LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.T. Jfambltton't Saddlery aud Harness Store. CLOVERPORT. KY. V. 8. TAYLOR. J. C. BUSH, J. II. TAYLOR, Office over D. Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, DENTISTS Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store J. H, Taylor & Co., 0WENSB0R0, Freilcriea Street. KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1891. LOCAL BREVITIES. February is here so is Sulzcr. Frank Baldwin went to Louisville Friday. Follow the crowd, and you'll find Sulzcr's. Tlios. Watkins spent Sunday in Owens-bor- o. Remnants must go cheaper than ever Sulzer's. Harvey Adams went to Stcphcnsport Sunday. Never mind the weather Super's store is open. J. D. Babbage went to Brandenburg Monday. Down went no, not McGinty, but the prices at Sulzer's. Joe Howard, of Rock Vale, was in tho city Thursday. Mrs. Jennio Duncan, Holt's Bottom, was in tho city Saturday. Did you hear that noise yesterday? That was the drop in our prices Sulzer's. Judge Murray Brown, of Hancock county, is quiet ill of "lagiippe." Economy : "100 Doses One Dollar." Merit : "Peculiar to Itself." Purity: Hood's Sarsaparilla. Mr. David Murray says that tho waterworks are bound to come in the near future. You will find all kinds of farm seeds at Bowmer & Hambleton's, cheaper than Louisville prices. Ladies Don't fail to ask our young ladies to show you bargains in "Ladies' Vesta" Sulzer's. Mr. E. II. Marcilliate, of Leopold, Ind., and Mr. E. L. Clark, of Hawesville, were in tho city Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ad. AVitt, of Hardins-burpassed through tho city Thursday on route to Oweusboro. Messrs. J. E. Shelby, Arthur Board Richardson, of Louisvillej and Mr. were in the city last week. Mr. Clint Adkisson, of Webster, has been visiting his brother, Dr. S. B. Adkisson, during the week. Capt. A. J. Gross and wife, Holt's Bottom, spent Sunday in tho city, tho guest of friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. It. Pierco and grandchildren, Masters Allen and Wallace, went to Owensboro Thursday. Tho Misses Nowsom entertained quito a lively social gathering at their home on Wednesday evening, tho 28th. "Katio" passed down Tho pay-ca- r Wednesday, tho 28th, and loft a largo roll of money with tho employes of tho road. Mr. J. L. Satterwhito, operator at tho machine shops, left yesterday for Georgia, where ho will remain several weoks visiting frionds. S. B. Erwin has been doposed from tho Presidency of tho Stato Farmers' Alli-aucg, o, )' Gardner inand stalled in his placo. A dancing party assembled at tho rcsldenco of Mr. and Mrs. "Win. Smart on f ' Thursday night, and tho hours were delightfully spent by tho enthusiastic Vice-Preside- nt t dancers. The representatives of tho Chicago News, who wero hero during tho week making a report of the mineral andothor resources of Brcckenridgo co;inty, loft on Monday. Tho now M. E. church at Samplo Is about completed, and was to havo been dedicated tho second Sunday in February, but owing to sickness in tho neighborhood, bad weather and muddy roads, tho dedication has been put off until May or June. Quarterly meeting will bo held in the now church the second Saturday nrfd Sunday In February To Mn. A. K. Hawkks Dear Sir : It gives mo pleasure to say that I havo been I have a farm of 100 acres, well Improved, using your glasses for some timo past within throe mtlca of Guiton, that I will sell 18C5. cheap for cash. Call on or address M. J. Wilbcrding, a Meade county far- with much satisfaction. For clearness, WM.J.STITH, Bewleyvllle, Ky. robbed by softness and for all purposes intended, mer, was intoxicated and Louisville toughs while in that city last they aro not surpassed by any that I havo week attending the initiatory sale at tho ever worn. I would recommend them to all who want a superior glass. I am now Tobacco Grower's Warehouse. raDI $2 00 per Send your Order to ml of Cannolton, very respectfully yours, Rev. Mr. Eppinger, John Ireland, 13 we can please you. Sn.t0 pel Ind., will preach at tho Presbyterian Ex-G- o LiHa.uiHi AfteteiALTvli v. of Texbs. u.WmSm sond for circular! 26 church next Friday night. Half of his All oyes fitted and fit guaranteed by ERDMAN BROS. Louisville, Ky. will bo delivered in English and G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky. sermon half In German. Everybody invited. Breckenridge Circuit Court. Mr. Charlie Avltt and Mias Sarah Abo Mattiugly, a Hawesvillo negro, court for Dowell wero united in marriage at tho was fined $3o in Mayor Pierce's rcsidenco of tho bride's aunt, Mrs. Mary .Tnhn M. Jullv carrying conceal weapons and being Compton. Thursday, January 29th. at and r On Petition. Rev. Clinton Argabnght Elmlna J. Jolly, ) disorderly. In default of payment of fine, 12 o'clock. Notice is hereby given that the above named ho was put to work to clean tho streets. officiating. John M. Jolly and Elmlna J. Jolly, his wife, scourgn of Lowisport is undergoing a have this day filed in my office, their joint petition In equity, praying that the said court tho most distressing and fatal form of do empower tbe aforesaid Elmlna J. Jolly, to "la trrinne." A larco number of cases use, enjoy, sell and eonvey, for her own use prevail, and a number of patients havo and benefit, any property she may own or acquire, free from the claims or debts of her died, among whom aro Mr. Wm. Pell husband, tbe said John M. Jolly : to make and Mrs. Blincoc. contracts, sue and be sued as a single woman ; to trade In her own name, and dispose of her Skating rink Saturday afternoon from property by will or deed, and In alt respects to 1 o'clock p. m. to 4 o'clock p. m. for act as a femme sole. Notice thereof is hereby ordered for publication in the Brkckenridue children. Ladies will bo admitted free, Nkwb. but males over 18 years of ago will not Given under my hand as clerk of the said Admission free. Uso of bo admitted. court, this 2d day of February, 1891. U.S. SKILLMAN, Clerk, skates 20 cents. Persons bringing their Breckenridge Circuit Court. own skates 10 cents. Isaac McCracken, an old citizen of Meadit county, died at his homo at GarYou should have your rett last Monday at 10 o'clock. Ho was In the G3d year of his ago and was well known, having been assessor of Meado Nicely polished by tbe New York Steam Launcounty for four years. Daniel S. Duncan, Jr., Absolutely Pure. dry, of Louisville. A cream of tartar baking powder. will call at your residence every Monday and Tho rovival services at tho Inglo street would be glad to have your trade. Best work leavening church havo beon well attended and Highest of all inReport, Aug. strength. U, S. Government 17, 1889. guaranteed. ouito successful this week. Tho Rev.W. E. 0. BABBAGE, Agt. O. Brandon, of Clovcrport, Ky., who is assisting Pastor Wolfe, lias preached A valuable mill and tract of land for tale, strong, powerful sormons. Ho is a pleas- containing o acres on Sinking Creek, ing and gracoful speaker, and In his after- Joining Hosetta at tbe nnper bridge In Breckor LOST or f AILttfO MAjraoOP noon address and sermons at night has inridge oonnty, Ky. Hum nine tnonthi in sural and HEKVUUtt liiBUJIXi tbe year by water, bat a good engine to run ttkmuor Body ana Kia4, Effictt proved himself to bo a workman that when water It tcarce. I tilah either to tell or UliUIJofXrrorsQrKxMuesjnOMorYoBa ! nlini B4 Ktfcuf, 0bl JuiHOOD rullf knura. M need not be ashamed of his efforts in rent. For further information apply to iMWKi(,isBiTtLoriDoaoiKirikTSorBSD M. V. HARDIN, blessing and holplng the church and tho Hosetta, 'Ky. unsaved, Evansvillo Triliune. Miss Sallic Seaton, of New Bethel, was visiting her sister, Mrs. P. S. Bell, hist week. Dr. S. B. Adkisson is steadily recovering from his Injuries, but is still confined to his room. Dr. Kincheloo sold the houso and lot adjoining Dr. Baker's last week to John Hook for $700. Judge Murray Brown, of.Hawcsville, died on tho 2nd inst., of a short illness from la grippe. Miss Lulu Owen has returned from Morgansfield, where she had been visiting Miss Young. Mrs. Wm. Ashby is ill from an attack of spinal meningitis at her homo at Highland Nursery. Mr. Walter Smart will return to Nash-vill- o lt to resume his studies at tho University. Mr. John Ryan will operate tho engine on tho Short Line road without tho assistance of a fireman. It is reported that Mr. J. F. Carter, of Webster, is insane from the effects of a severe attack of la grippe It now seems probable that there will bo a Farmers' Alliance candidate for tho Legislature in Hancock county. Mrs. Wm. Duckwall (neo Miss Hester Davidson) was in tho city last Monday, the guest of Mrs. D. R. Murray. Tho Juvenile Missionary Aid Society of tho Baptist church gave a candy pulling at Fisher's Hall Friday evening. Mrs. Vina Rogers is improving her houso on Second street for tho occupan cy of Mr. Adams, of the L. St. L. & T. Mrs. J. 0. Brashear, of Stcphcnsport, was in tho city last Friday and qualified as administrator of her husband's estate Mrs. Capt. Smith, Holt's Bottom, passed down on tho train Sunday, en route to Owensboro to visit her son, Mr. Wm. Smith. Mr. James Hardesty died at tho resiJames King, dence of his near Irvington, last Thursday, aged 04 years. Mrs. George Short gave tho little folks a delightful entertainment and magic lantern show in her parlors last --Monday ovening. Tho marriago of Miss Sallie Pate, daughter of Remus Pate, of Beech Fork, to Mr. Gcorgo Tate, will take placo next Sunday. Judgo Adkisson went to Henderson last Sunday to meet Mrs. Adkisson, who has been visiting in Missouri and is returning homo. Tho funeral of Mrs. Ramsey took place from her home in this city last Firday. years of ago, and Sho was ninety-fiv- e came to this placo from Ohio county in Van-dcrbison-in-la- Tho Brcckenridgo Company received tho resignation, of a largo number of its employes on Monday. Tho engineer, Mr. Geo. Harris, Mr. Geo. Bentley and Capt. Rowland were among tho number. Tho resignations wero desired by the Company in order to reduce tho working forco and expenses. Hon. II. T. Kendall and wife passed up on the train last Saturday, en route to Grayson Springs, to tako charge of tho property which Mr. Kendall has recently purchashed for tho sum of $00,000. It is tho intention of Mr. Kendall to rt bring this formerly famous summer again to tho front rank among tho great watering places of tho South. Mrs. Vitula Kincheloo has filed a senea. tional divorce suit in tho Daviess County Circuit Court against her husband, Pcy . ton Kincheloo. Sho alleges bad treatment and association with lewd women in tho presence of his family and asks for $500 a year alimony. Mr. Kincheloo is ono of tho most prominent farmers of Daviess county. Prof. Z. F. Smith, of Louisville, was in the city last Thursday in tho interest of his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Stato Superintendent of Public Instruction. Prof. Smith has pre viously served a term of four years as Superintendent of Public Instruction In this State, aud his administration of tho office was distinguished by tho inauguration of tho most saluatary reforms in tho school system. He is tho author of u school and library work on tho History of Kentucky, and is a thorough and progressive educator. Mack French, a young school teacher, of Stcphcnsport, was taken oft' tho steamer James Guthrio at Brandenburg last Friday, by tho sheriff of Meade county, and placed under arrest upon tho charge of rape. French had boarded tho Guthrie atDix's Landing above Stephensport, and had given it out that ho was on his way to Louisville to take (ho train for California. Tho young woman upon whom tho offenso was alleged to have been committed, is Miss Basham, tho daughter of a well known farmer, with whom French had been boarding, below Union Star. French denies tho charge, and his friends declare that it has been trumped up to conceal tho real relations vhich havo existed between French and tho young woman. French waived ex amination at Stephensport last Tuesday and gave bond in the sum of $100 for his appearance before the Circuit Court. S0DA-A8- THE WHEEL GOES ROUND IEt'I ' '"-"C ' -.-- - A W 4 . AFTER T V .0N A Iff O c r aima Yoilf Tl3(iB J SULZER Here We With good news for our Are ! The Axle is the "fellows" arc never "tired" of waiting on you, and aro "spokes"-mc- n of whom wo are always proud. They arc always on track ready to go round with you and sec the running gear o our store. They will "run you down" if possiblo and make you buy goods enough to set tho wheel (wright). A man was caught in Wheeling, West Virginia, recently, but we only want the trado which radiates round this part of the country. Come into the inner circle. well-oiled, SULZER'S CUSTOMERS AGAIN. for-meily t.iijitu- CLOVERPORT, KY. PAPER AND GLASS. Wc are glad to announce the Oliver Chilled Plow Cos great reduction of prices, so that now wc can sell you the No. so, that was if 10.50 at $9.00; and No. 19, that was $10.00 at .fS.50 ; and 13, former price $9.00 now .fS.oo. This is the Also the one Horse Plow reduced from $5.00 to $4.50. best chilled plow in the world, there is no plow factory but what tries The reduction to imitate the Oliver, but none have ever equaled them. not only in the plows, but in all of their repairs. in prices are Wc will carry this season a large line of all kinds of You Must Since self-evide- Eat, wc it-ia fact that you must Eat to Live, or Live to desire to present to your economical consideration our complete Eat! G-ood- The Great Syracuse Concern Wants to Know Concerning the Wonderful Things Told of this Land. Chief Engineer Root, of tho Syracuse Soda-asWorks, spent several days during tho past wcekinmakingobscrvations in tho vicinity of this city, for tho purpose of ascertaining tho facilities for tho h stock of GENERAL GROCERIES, Careful Selection, FAMISH IMPOTKTS. : Reasonable Prices, Appeal to your Pure manufacture of paper and glass at this point. Mr. Root is an engineer of wide experienco and his observations upon this subject havo extended to various parts of this continent; but ho declared that without doubt tho vicinity of Clovcrport revealed tho most remarkablo combination of tho elements entering into tho manufacture of soda-asglass and paper that over camo to his observation. Mr. Root left tho city Monday morning, taking with him photographs and drawings of tho various subjects of his observation and specimens of materials; his purpose being to prepare an exhaustive report for tho uso of tho concern which he represents. Mr. Root's comments upon tho resources of this placo aro flattering in tho extreme, and should his suggestions bo acted upon, Clovcrport will bo tho location chosen for tho investments and operations of a concern operating upon a capitalization of fifteen millions of dollars. Mr. Root camo to this placo at tho of Maj. J. T. Miller and expressed himself to Maj. Miller as being surprised at tho wonderful concentration of resources which had been brought to his soda-ash, Our line of Steel Plows is complete, having in stock the well known Iron and Wood Beam Brinlcy and Avery Plow, which for strength have no superior. Eeason -:- - Pocket -:- - Health :- - R. E. MOORMAN. llrockenridge News Building, CLOVERPORT, KY. Wc would call your attention to the light diaft Owensboro Wagon which is excelled by none. Wc also carry the celebrated Studebaker and Blount Wagons, which arc known the world over. Give us a call and examine prices before buying elsewhere. 1. F. BEARD & CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. S3 CD c5 McElree'8 Wine of Cardui and THEDFORD'S aro for sale by tho following merchants in BLACK -- DRAUGHT attention. The Sage of Seguin. Austin, Texas, August 8, Breckenridge County : O. W. Short, Cloverport. Drashcar .V Lay, Stephentport. Valuable Farm for Sale! cleared m m in FREE COLUMN. 1885. We havo tereral good work borset for tale. Will tell on 12 montht time with good security J. II. BliYTIlK 4 BI10. in flJiGStfttfirGGS Containing 300 acres. 200 acres , 100 in fine timber, situated on tho Ilardinsburg and Clovcr We port Turnpike-- two miles West of at prices carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made Ilardinsburg and eight miles East from pure Oak Tanned Leather. of Clovcrport. Forty acres sown Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, 86.50, $7.50, $9.00 in wheat, forty acres good corn and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, 2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a line ground, and twenty acres for oats, ten acres for tobacco, tho remaind- of Eubbor Goods, such as Horso Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, Tho er in grass. potswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertainImprovements, ono dwolling and ing to the trade. Wo have a large lino of Collars, Hames and Chains, two tenant houses, two barns, and Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. well supplied with water tho year Mr. C. P. Babbago will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds two orchards, ono bearing, of repairs and make new work to order. round, It will pay you to examine our stock. tho other just set out. The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices can bo found at Bo MAMttWSWM 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 address J. T. ROBARDS, Hardinsburg, Ky. XD- - iESZIMIiBIILsIlEiTOIfcT. Don't Read This! Unless you want a bargain in pQYAl Printers' Ink A JOUliXAL FOlt ADVEllTISEllS. 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Address 1 1 OVERCOATS, CLOAKS, ' : WINTER WEAR, Or something of that kind, as wo arc not making this a clap-tra- p ad- -' gq spmo do, as though they woro giving you something vertiseicent, for nothing and at the same time trying to smother you with high For wc aro not selling out to prices under their false representation. quit business, but wo aro positively going to give rare bargains to -- Mill for Sale. flfty-tw- QE0. P, RQWELL & CO., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 Sprue .Cash Buyersr- 4 FOR MEN ONLY! In Winter-wea- r, St., New York. purchase. until wo close it out to mako room for our Spring Come at onco to seo us, while our stock is complete. Or you aro all worn out, iv ally Rood for nothing it Is general debility. Try Iv nill cure you. and glvo a rooc! appetite. Sold by all dealer In uivdlcluc. JFYOVlt HACK ACHKS M. MEYER & CO., Buras, Ky, nilUWli'H JKO.V mitt tins. riWNM Breckenridge News. REMINISCENCES. BV AS Work in tho mines was suspended. The improvements were all left "to rot, This coal finally attracted tiic atten- to moulder and decay." The road went tion of some Eastern parties, and proved, down, tho locomotives were sent ofTnnd upon investigation, to bo of the Illicit sold, even the old strap iron was requality of cannel coal, superior, perhaps, moved and sold. Bennettsville was deto the English of same character. The serted and everything remained dead result wad that about the year 1851 or until Dr. Kennedy acquired control of 1852 Mr. Lightfoot Bold the land, which the property, rebuilt tho road at a heavy had cost him n nominal sum, for $10,000 expense, as well as the town, and called to Abel Bennett and Samuel F. Ileadly, the latter Victoria. He had the mines of New York. Mr. Bennett was n the business of of John Thompson, a celebrated shipping coal, sending it to foreign as hanker of New York, and together they well as home markets; and now that the L., St. L. & T. railroad has been built, formed a company ond bought some acres of land additional, embracing shipment by river is a thing of tho post. what was supposed to be all the land He finally disposed of something liko a upon which this coal could be found half interest to English parties, realizing and much more really than has as yet a handsome sum before his dcatli and been developed, as underlying these leaving his family an interest in valulands. able property. No. 0. Previous to or about 1850, John S. Lightfoot, who then lived on his farm hoyoml McGavock's, near the old New-to- n 1ace, came into possession of a few hundred acres ol land in tjio hills still beyond, upon which a peculiar coal of Buierior quality cropped out on the side hill, and from which ho dug out and load, and hauled to town coal at $4 at that low rate it was thought to bo too costly for general use, as wood the fuel altogether used was furnished at n very low cost. After this Capt. Joseph M. Brown, of New York, one of the company who had given the matter close attention, came on for the purpose of rebuilding and routining the business with largely increased facilities. While maturing his plans and making preliminary arrangements, oil of somewhat similar quality was discovered in Pennsylvania, by bor ing or drilling down to a depth of 1,000 feet, more or less, when tho fluid would flow to the surfneo in largo quantities. Capt. Brown visited that section and his observation satisfied him that with the expensive machinery and labor required to extract oil from cannel coal, he could not hope to compete successfully witli the oil wells, and abandoned the enter prise here. Tend to Crim- A Gamo of Poker In Which Threo Aces Beat Four Kings. inality! A Pacific coast minstrel, Billy Emerson of As we bring to mind the number murders committed when tho passions by namp, onco visited tho Sandwich wore sharpened by the demon, strong Islands and delighted King Kalakaua drink, the answer is obvious, and that with ids jierforiiiances. Tho sovereign quickliccause to n great extent of tho saloon and tiio funny man becamo friends Why iicenso such a business? ly, and tho King asked Emerson to the business. Does Drunkenness To raise money for public uses, is often tho reply. Let us take somo statistical facts, make Bome estimates, and boo if it is really a benefit to the State. The report of tho Stato Auditor gives from July 1, 1888, to Juno 30, 1889: Tho revenue to tho State on spirituous, vinous and malt liquor, by licenses, $312,- 317.57 ; taxes on same, $24,007.59, which amounts to $330,985.10. Also take from the same "report for ono year, ending July 30, 1989: For criminal proecu-tion- , $221,000.85; cost of suits, $8,107.31 ; inspector of convicts, $4,191; which equals tho sum of $233,899.10; idiots for one year ending 1889, $100,021.88; lunatics for one year ending 1889, $377,928.31; total, $418,849.11. Of this sum a largo share is attributable directly or indirectly to tho liquor traffic, surely enough to consume all tho profit it pours into tho Stato treasury, to say nothing of tho paupcrf it creates, to bo supported by the State. Aye, alas, moro costs I Think of the innocent sufferers, through sympathy, tho blasted hopes, tho loss by deatli of noble, gifted sons, and common pnes, too, who die so young. Wo sicken nt the thought, and.uttcr a cry to the Great Ruler of the universe to dry those foul and poisonous springs from whence flow these iniquitous streams. We read of "tho deatli of It. E. Thompson, tho town marshal of Hardinsburg, recently, by n knife in tho hands of a man who was violating the law. This is only another evidenco of how little men's lives- seem to be valued in this country." We learn also that the man who used the knife had been drinking, and was sufficiently influenced by it, that it was thought best by tho marshal to deprive him of his liberty for a timo at least. His condition was sufficient reason for ids having no respect for a civil officer, no regard for law, no valuo upon human life, because judgment was perverted, reason dethroned. Who is responsible for all this? Who bears tho guilt? It is thought by many, the man who did the fearful deed. Not entirely; he lias many accomplices. The man who put the bottle to his lips or who sold him the maddening draught? Not so. No doubt ho has his assurance that the government will protect him in his business. Every voter who sanctions the bloody business must bo a sharer in tho guilt. Every voter who doesn't by voice and vote protest against it cannot be considered innocent. The books at the great day will so declare it unless repentance and lorgiveness is proC. C. Manning. cured. - The Louisville Market Sales of tobacco have continued heavy this week. The Falls City House (White, Dunkerson & Co.), had up 125 hogsheads last Tuesday. The heavy offerings or something olso has caused prices to ease off somewhat from tlio activity nnd snap of tlio two previous weeks. Good fine now Burloy, however has so'd at satisfactory prices. Whenever a hogshead of wrapper or filler of special merit was offered the competition was strong nnd active. Good lugs maintained their position fairly well ; but common leaf and com- mon lugs nnd trash were perceptibly easier than they have been since the first of tho month. Tlio offerings are running from 800 to 900 daily nnd some days they fail to get through witli the Bales before dark, and part has to go on till noxt day. Tlio now crop is showing better quality of tobacco than was expected. Farmers Homo Journal. 1891 FRANK S.COOK. -- : :- '' v & jr V V son-in-la- w 0,-0- In a nursery wherein nil is life and laugh instead of crying and fretting, in its provisions, and which cannot he is sure to be found Dr. Bull's Baby restricted, approved Feb. 9, 1854; and there Syrup. Prico only 25 cents. under said charter Gov. Powell appointThis advice is cheap but good. Use ed Prof. Benj. Silliman, Geo. D. Prcn-tic- o and Bryant II. Young appraisers to Old Saul's Catarrh Curo for all nasal afexamine said property and place a valu- flictions. ation upon same. The appraisers ac SOCIAL EQUALITY. cordingly visited said property, and after being duly sworn by Col. I). It. Mur- A Republican Hotel Keeper at Fords-vill- e ray, a justice of the peace, and upon full Wantonly Insults Ms Guests examination, made an elaborate report, in Order to Carry Out his in which they placed the value at $4, Crank Notion. 000,000, at which sum it was capitalized The town of Fordsvillo has no negro and arrangements soon under way for population, and its inhabitants have algetting the coal to market. ways discouraged the settlement of negroes among them, although no violence John S. Lightfoot bought the property or unfair treatment toward negroes has in Cloverport now owned by P. S. Mil- ever been resorted to for this purpose. ler, and for a number of years, with his A negro from Breckenridge county, havestimable wife, dispensed the hospitaliing been summoned to Owensboro to atties that made for them a reputation not tend the United States Court, found it yet forgotten by a number of those necessary to stop over night at Fords-ville- , (among whom is the writer) fortunate and ns there were none of his color enough to enjoy it. in tho town to whom ho could go for shelter, lie went to tho hotel kept by J. Mr. Bennett continued in charge for a B. Howard for the purpose of getting a considerable time, with Davis Alton as meal and a place in some part of the superintendent, and by them was laid house not occupied by white guests. Howard, however, took advantage of oh the town of Bennettsville. A sawmill was erected and a railroad built the occasion to air his Republican nofrom the river to that point, using the tions and insult white people, and as strap iron bought from much to the surprise of tho negro as to some road in Ohio that was changing to that of his guests, lie invited the negro the improved invention of the iron T into the dining room and gave him a rail, no sucha thing as steel rails being chair at the table, where two gentlemen then in use. This company also bought were eating their supper. Tho gentlea considerable plut of ground on the men remonstrated, and Howard infonn-e- d them that he was running the house. river below town, seven acres of which The white guests of course immediately Jrom George LaIIeist, seven acres from and it is that Howard ,jjjthe Pate heirs, and twenty acres from left, bo allowedto tobe hoped talents to the will turn his "' A part of this was laid oil - Oglesby. .jntO town lots, called Johnsontown, in entertainment of negroes exclusively. The domestic separation of the races honor of Davis Alton's successor as suis a most vital principal in the social A few lots were sold, but perintendent. all canceled except one, bought by Jas. economy of the Southern States, and its (i. Weatherholt, which some of his fam- preservation should be jealously guarded ily still hold, and the idea of a town by every true Southern man and woman. there was abandoned. A Graduate of Medicine. Being a graduate of a Medical College, Judge Gardiner, whoso widow is now I am of course prejudiced against all a citizen of this city, a skilled mechanic, becret proprietary medicines, but I am and who proved a valuable man to the compelled to say, after being cured of a company, had charge of the saw-mi- ll violent case of Inflammatory Rheunui-tism- , and all matters pertaining to the operathat S. S. S. is the remedy for that tions there outside of the mines. A disease. I took S. S. S. after everything drum-hous- e was built at the river for else had failed. I had all sorts of treatthe purpohe of transferring coal from the ment with the best physicians. Had cars to In the meantime the Turkish bath treatment ; went to houses had been erected at Bennetts- Hot Springs, Ark., ; Jacksonville, Fla., ; ville for the miners and a number of Colorado Springs, and to California ; but them secured. Among those first em- no relief. Then I started home, tired ployed may bo mentioned Daniel Friel, and worn, disgusted witli medicine. A Samuel Thompson and Nathan Hard-mafriend persuaded mo to take S. S. S. and Jas. II. Moorman had the first I did it more to gratify him than from general store, T. F. Satterlleld the next. any hope of cure, and the iirst bottle put me far on the road to permanent Active work was now commenced. cure. I continued it until I am sound Tvso small locomotives with a sudicient and well. Geo B. Haycock, Duluth, Minn. number of small cars were brought into requisition. Jas. T. Oofl" was placed in Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases charge of the drum-hous- e and coal yard, mailed free. and the loading of coal onto Tiik Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. was conducted in a manner more satisfactory than under the revised and exTears of Glass. pensive English plan inaugurated by Findlay, Ohio, has a young woman Dr. Kennedy. For a considerable length whoso tears turn to glass. She is Jennie of time coal was brought in freely and Sutton, a fifteen-year-ol- d girl. A physitransferred to or barges, in cian took from her eyes 54 pieces repairs, each containing about 150 tons, sembling broken glass. Thcro was no and floated to New Orleans for sale. inflammation or obscurement of vision, Tliis part of the business was controlled and tho eye is not at all affected by tho by Fred Thompson and Mr. Angewane, presence of tho foreign substuncc. These 'the one n son, the other a nephew of have been coming from tho eye of largest stockholder pieces John Thompson, the the girl for a month, and although tho in the company. physician removed every evidence of the glass in the eyo and announced that Ujkhi further investigation by experts all were taken out, yet sho came back as to the properties of this coal, it was shortly afterward and had 54 moro pieces found to 1)0 much more valuablo for removed; and yet no one knows how manufacturing into oil than for ship- they came into the eye. It is estimated ment. Then it was that two .Scotch that over '100 pieces of tho glassy subbrothers, Win. and John Carnes, took stance havo been taken froni'tho oyo of charge and proceeded at once to erect n the girl since tho caso first attracted atnecessary plant for that purpose, the tention. process of which was complicated and Remarkable Rescue. known to but few, and miich privacy was observed uy mem in prosecuting Mrs. Mirhiinl CnHntn. Plmnfii.M ill ' "i the business. They succeeded in n very makes tho statement that site caught satisfactory manner, though at a heavy cold, which settled on her lungs; sho expeuso, and operated quito largely for Vus treated for a month by her family a time, making illuminating and lubri- physician, but grew worso. Ho told her cating oil, paraflne, benzoin and naptha, she was a hocle victim of conmmptkn leaving a refuso valuablo for certain pur- and that no medicine could curo her. poses. Miller and Gofi engaged in the Her druggist suggested Dr King's New manufacture of "coal oil liniment" from Discovery for Consumption ; she lought this oil, an article of valuablo medicinal a bottle and to her delight found herself properties. After three tires, however, benefited from first dose. She continued in rapid succession, and very disastrous, its use and after taking ten bottles, found herself sound and well, now does the Carnea became discouraged and housework and is as well as sho her own ever was. not long afwont to Eastern Kentucky, Freo trial bottles of this Great Discovwhich John Carnes was reported to ery at G. W. Short's. Cloverport. Ky. ter and J. A. Witt's, Haniinsburg, Ky. have died suddenly at Lexington. A charter was obtained, very liberal V known for all Lung troubles. Sold on a muzzle Charles A. Dana, editor of tlio positive guarantee at 25c. and 50c. by G. Sun, and secure the solid support of the W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & New York Democracy for Graver Clove-lanMr. Cleveland is the choice of Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. the Democracy, and. is the man to lead Thoy Want Wives. the party to victory next year, and a This part of tho Stato is just now flood- failure to nominato him bo to run the ed with letters from tho young farmers risk of Democratic defeat. Hopkinsvillo of Kansas. Almost every young lady in New Era. thiB section has, within tho last few The Air Ship A Success. months, received n lottcr from BOino young man whom she onco know, but Chicago, III., Jan. 27, 1891. Invenwho went West a few years ago when tor Pennington said that ho floatthe great Kansas boom was on. Many ed his airship in tho Exposition Buildof tlio letters received are interesting in ing this morning in tho art room. Ho their makeup, and some contain the claims that overy part of tho mechanism prompt and honest statement of tho worked perfectly, tho steering wheel writer that ho "wants a wife and wants turning as smoothly as though on rollers, ono bad." while the other wheels did their wcrk They generally start out with tho to tlio satisfaction of every one. statement that the homestead has been When released tho machino rose gentproven nnd a deed for it has been re- ly from the floor, floated twenty feet ceived, and that as this has been accom- to the roof and obeyed its mechanism plished by tlio writer after many hard very readily. Once, when an assistant licks, etc., ho now has somo time for cor let a cord slip, the machino rose swiftly respondence. Usually, however, tho to the roof. second letter is not necessary to explain the real object of the first. Columbus, Laura Jean Libbey's Best. Ind., Correspondence to Louisville Post. A delightful love-storfull of passion d. y, Enough for Hill. Now that tho New York legislature has elected Gov. David B. Hill to tho Can't Sleep Nights Is the complaint of thousands suffering United States Senato ho should not only from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. not attempt to boom himself any more Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English for tho Presidential nomination noxt Remedy ? It is tho best preparation year, but should uso his influence to palace. A game of poker followed, of course, for if Kalakaua liked anything it was poker. Humor had it that Emerson won quito n pilo from tho Hawaiian ruler. That eacli held some strong hands wasBoon known in Honolulu, for tho next night at tho theatre Emerson put this conundrum to the end man : "When will three aces beat four kings ?" The end man gave it np, and Emerson explained that ho held tho three aces, while tho hand against him consisted of the king of clubs, tho king of diamonds, tlio king of spades, and the King Kalakaua. Tho royal poker player was in tho theatre, and true to his easy good nature, laughed heartily instead of frowning at tlio joke. N. Y. Sun. LUMBER, LA I JjA SHINGLES, DOOE-S-, SJLSDHI &g BLI1TDS I Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET. 15th & 16th STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. SSrMentioii this paper. i.Y-V ,Vv i A A JJ X i i W fna.NP e "e fjm ;- 1 A) MJln X&&F Ok Pivo- - - EVJyWiiiLE, Ind. r 7K The best cure for rheumatism or neuralgia is Salvation Oil, used according to directions. 25 cents. The news from the seat of war is constantly contradictory; but not so from Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup; every report concerning it proves it to bo the best Cough Syrup known. Only 25 cents a bottle. Fun For the Farmers. Mr. John W. Jackson, of St. Paul, gave some interesting points as to tho inside history of tho great trust which was known, and much too well known by Western farmers, under the namo of tho American Harvester Company, to a group of friends in tho Winter Hotel a few evenings ago. Tho conversation turned upon tho subject of "trusts" in general and this ono in particular: "Tho widow of Cyrus McCormick," said Mr. Jackson, "always had a strong disinclination to this combination of tho reaper and mowing machine men, and in a quiet but effectual way she set her woman's wit to work to break up the great scheme. Her son Cyrus II., who carries on his father's business, finally gave in to the importunities of his mother. This was the wedge that split up the big combine, and now thcro is going to bo lots of fun for tho farmer in watching the chips fly when rate cutting in machines begins. You see when the trust was formed, eacli of the companies, in becoming members, had to show up their private books, and thus mado known to the others the bottom prices for which the machines could bo made. Now this information will bo used in cutting throats, and tho farmers who havo been so freely bled heretofore are in n frame of mind to enjoy seeing tho bear dance." -- N. Y. Sun. "r- Hat-boat- s. n. flat-boa- Is Life Worth Living! Not if you go through tho world a dyspeptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are a positivo cure for tho worst forms of Dyspepsia, Indigcston, Flatulency and Constipation. Guaranteed and Hold by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. fiat-boat- s, Going To Possess Canaan. Tho negroes aro determined to get control of Oklahoma Territory. An organization of negroes with this end in view lias been in existence cversincetlioTerritory was thrown open to settlement, and has been largely successful in sending negro colonists there. A big exodus of negroes from Alabama is now in progress, and is tho result of tho efforts of a negro named Foster, of Leavenworth, Kans., who has leen working up tho business among tho Alabama negroes for boiiio time. Fifty families of negroes havo left Birmingham for Oklahoma, and two hundred more are about to follow. We Can And Do Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for it ImH been fully demonstrated to tho pcoplo of this country that it is superior to nil oilier preparations for blood diseases. It is a positivo curo for syphilitic poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pimples. It purifies the wholo system and thoroughly builds up tlio constitution. For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Fino underwear at Babbage's. any disease of tlio Kidneys, Liver and Stomach, of long or short standing, you A BETTING MAN. will surely find relief by uso of Electric Bitters. Sold at 50c. and $1 per bottle at Ue Got it Dinner, but Didn't Want U Stop There. G. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A man, whoso clothes were old, bu'. A. Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. whose expression was frank, went into a restaurant and addressing the proprieAwake After Nine Months' Sleep. tor said: "I have no money, mister, nnd I am Miss Grace Gradlcy, of Amboy, 111., who has been in a profound slumber for very hungry. Now, sir, I want to bet 1 givo mo $1 nine months, awoke a fow days ago in you pay that if you ouo week a meal you within will from togood health. She lias lost but little day." flesh during iter long fast, nnd aside "I don't know you," Baid tho propriefrom tho loss of her power of articula- tor, "but I'll go you onco for luck." tion, her faculties aro unimpaired. Tho man nto heartily and withdrew. One week later he entered the restauDuring a great religious awakening in the town of Amboy, about nine months rant and said: "Well, rm here." ago, the young lady returned from a "So I see. Havo you come to pay meeting in a high state of religious ex- me?" citement, and went to bed in tho same "No. I have coma to tell you that I state of mind, although otherwise in havo lost tho bet." iierfcct health. All tho efforts of physi"Well, then you owo mo u dollar incians have hitherto failed to awaken stead of fifty cents." "Yes." her, hor eyes remaining tightly closed, "But where is my money?" her cheeks flushed and hor lips parted in "Well, in regard to that I want to bet a half smile. yon two dollurs." "Name tho hot." A Duty to Yourself. "Bet you two dollars that I never pay It is surprising that people will uso a you. You'vo lost, so now hand mo over common ordinary pill when they can two dollars." There does not exist any proof of tho secure a valuablo English ono for tlio same money. Dr. Acker's English pills fact that tho money was paid. Arkan-eaTraveler. and aro a positivo curo for all liver troubles. They aro small, sweet, Doemi't Extern! to Oyntors. easily taken, and do not gripe. Sold by "I want to nsk a question," sho said G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt to the clerk in tho fish store. "An oys tor has two shells." & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. "Yes'in." "Thoy aro served on the half shell." To Test the Tariff Law. "Ycs'm." A number of merchants in St. Louis "Which shell is it?" and Cincinnati havo followed tho exam"Why, why, I don't know ns they ple of Marshall, Field & Co., of Chicago, make any diffurenca which shell it is." y in attacking the validity of tlio McKin-le"Isn't there n difference?" tariff law in tho courts. 'Tho John "I don't think so." "I thought there must bo," she conShillito Company, of Cincinnati, claim that it is unconstitutional, becauso of tinued with u look of disappointment the provisions of tho third section; be- "My husband raised Ned this morning becauso ho got his left Bock on his right cause Congress has no right to givo foot through my carelessness, and I bounties to sugar growers; becauso dis- wanted to seo if he "was as careful about cretionary power is loft the President to his oysters." Detroit Freo Press. suspend tho provisions under tho reciOur Future Dlplmnittca. procity clause. It is also claimed that Mother Didn't I tell you you couldn't through a mistake in enrollment tho President did not sign tho bill passed by go nutting and climb that great tall tree? Dick Kuteone Do you suppose I'd go Congress. Ten importing firms in St. then, when you tohVmo not to? o"n Louis havo united in bringing suit Mother How did you get all those substantially tlio samo grounds. Tlio butternut stains on your hands then? Now Era. Dick Kuteone Ah well you see, Jim wore his butternut jeans, nnd it rained, and wo ended up our walk with A Child Killed. a sort of wrestling mutch. Another child killed by the uso of opiThen ho and his maternal relativo had ates given in tlio form of Soothing syrup. another, in which tho worsted slipper Why mothers givo their children such was not worsted. Judgo.' deadly poison is surprising when thoy Tlio. March of Monopoly, can relievo tho child of its peculiar trou"Wal, J never,! said tMrs. Spriggins, bles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. It contains no opium or morphine. Sold who was reading tho nowspaper. "What's the matter nowr" neked her by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and husband. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. "This paper says an English syndicate monopolize tho nursery busiis Too Many Counties. ness in this country. By'ra by they'll Kentucky has more counties than any come in, I s'pose, an' do all. our cookin' Stato except Texas, which is as large as and swecpin' for us." Now York Sun. all Franco. Now York, witli 5,000,000 Older Tlmn Her Year. people, has sixty counties; Kentucky, There nre no longer any children. with less than 2,000,000, has 119 counties. "How old uro you now,' Maggy?" "Twelve, sir." Robertson7o. Tribune-Democra- t. "Why, 1 shouldn't havo taken you for over ten." Dr. Mendenhall experimented for fifMaggy (slniperingly) teen years before lie was convinced that cay that to flatter me, sir. Oh, you only Judge. ho had porfectedin "O. C. O. Certain Chill Cure," tho best remedy on earth There is a vast difference between livfor Cough and Colds. Sold by J. W. Owen ing simply and simply living. w sick-headac' and intrigue, nnd written in Laura Jean Epoch. Libbey's best vein, entitled, "Ulmont The transition from long, lingering and Ulvesford," begins in this week's New painful sickness to robust health marks York Family Story Paper. It is n splenan epoch in the life of the individual, did story, nnd will bo eagerly read by a remarkable event is treasured in the the thousands of admirers of tho charmmemory, and the agency whereby tho ing nnd versatile young authoress of good health bus been attained is grate"Miss Middleton's Lover." Our readfully blessed. Hence it is that so much ers should not fail to buy n copy of this is heard in praise of Electric Bitters. So week's Family Story Paper, so that thoy many feel they owo their restoration to can read tho opening chapters of health, to the uso of tlio Great Alterative "Ulmont Ulvesford," by Laura Jean and Tonic. If you aro troubled with Libboy. every WATERPROOF COLLAR or BE UP TO THE MARK CUFF TOt to IPffcyt THAT CAN BE RELIED ON BEARS THIS MARK. to :Disooloar2 TRADE gl3Ll-t- ! 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