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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 brc1891111401_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. THE BREGKENHIDGE NEWS sTT:FJ:Ex-J:E3:::Ei:fcTx- ,-- 3 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1801. ! f. x What She Sees and Hears to Writo A CLOVERPORT WOMAN. LOOKING OUR BRICK r BOOKWORM. My board 1" boi-- o. Invert nlmnst ns myclf i If bores, I iii I tliern on tho upper shelf: If friends, I dully us a locr dullles With bU beJxt'n choice In the Bivect unrdeb nlloyi. Where tho ilcb vines to tangled riot run. And lusclouii peaches blush ngalu-- (bosun. a INDUSTRIES AT- About- - TRACTING THE ATTENTION OF CAPITALISTS. Thoy Como to See, hoar and Invest THeJrfMoney. A Big Party in the City Yesterday. Col. by two Chicago capitalists, Messrs. J. C. F.iwcett, accompanied t II. B. Con'din and Postlewaite, together with Col. Ed. Bennett, Mr. Ro'jt. Jolly and F. P. Haygood, and Mr. J. K. McCracken, Louisville, arrived 'n the city yesterday on the morning train. They spe.it the day inspecting our Brick plant and clays, and looking after ground for the location of a new plant. Col'.. Fawcett is interested in the Ideal company and has suc ceeded in getting the Chicago gentlemen interested with him. They came down yesterday to look over the territory, and were more than pleased with what they saw. his comp my Col. Fawcett expect to go to work at once. The machinery has all been contracted for and as soon as one or two matters can be adjusted they will be ready for business. One of the matters is the purchase of the Wilkerson land for which they offered $4000 oash. Another Gas Well. The Citizens Gas Company struck a splendid flow of gas in their well ' here" last Wednesday. It is not as large as some of the wells in the field, but it is above an average and when shot will prove a good one. Tom Kendall, who has never failed on a well yet in this field, says it is a good one. Why do not tho young folks of our city introduce "Spook Parties?" It is so very intellectual and an exceedingly Steadfast I And them hero from day to day, Drawn up llko Boldjern In their stancb nriay : pleasant pastime the long winter evenI open one; bohoM tho trnco of tears ings. Besides, such gatherings are not Shod by some heart It touched In vanished jean;; only Instructive, but very profitable. Soma nro now corner, and smllo cheerfully! because Ihey aid the cause of Some aro worn old and sad by constancy: Profitable,' face or spiritualism ; because they teach us to I love them nil, tho beaming weep, sad, or made ra Thoso that have mudo mo arid' aro instructive for the have faith Blad, reason that spiritualists can gain infor- All but tho dull ones on tho uppcrshclf. Thorn I would fulu exelmmro for needed pelf. mation from the future world that cancalmly out Sometimes I Icavo them, and not possibly bo obtained any other way. To whero hearts faster beat, gowhere children At such meetings it is very easy to seshout. cure converts. It can bo done in this To feel tho linpuho of the eager crowd. And bear traffic's babel, harsh and loud; way : You usk tho young man to bo X tctt them ns a man might test his w Ife, seated at the table with two or three be- To teach her sho Is not tho whole, of life: A schoolboy's trlclc It Is, for Boon I find lievers, ho sees the table's moements, I've left my better self, my heuctj behind, he hears tho raps al done by unseen Tbo hundrod souls w horn I go forth to meet hands he goes home purzlcd, ho don't Aro strangers to mo In tho gr cdy struct: believe in s iritualism, but he can't Tho world seems nearest uben my lump is lit. 'And by Its midnight glow I quiet sit; imagine what power moved tho table. Volumes with welcome greeting then look down. He goes again, the motions of tho tahlo And night shuts out tho noisy, restless townt are more prcceptible, the raps nro more This Is ray haven, this my tnacriago bow rr. distinct lie returns more mystified than Wedded to my boohs and happy ovt ry hcur. Mrs. Napoleon U. Morango In Arknnsat? before. Ho can only reconcile his mind ' ' Traveler. by concluding that electricity is the Among tho permanent decorations to causo of this mysterious tapping of tho be added vestibule of the White E. table. He knows that it is a popular Houso aroto the portraits of Washington and belief in the world (excepting tho scien- Lincoln, painted on the. Wall ever tho tific part of it) that tho human system is mantelpieces. full of electricity or magnetism, as some please to call it. Sulzer's Tailoring Department. Ho perhaps has never heard of a tele Mr. J. II. Hunsche, tho Foreman of graph post being pulled out of the ground nnr Tnllnrlnn- - Tlnnnrtinnnr. will viir. Pin. where an insulation is destroyed, but ho I verport, overy Friday of each week. He " concludes that electricity has enough at- will carry with him a full lino of Samples traction for wood to causo the tahlo to representing our Stock of Piece Goods, lean to the ono who possesses tho most which comprises nil the desirable Standmagnetism. He is seated nt the tablo ard and FancyStyles introduced this seatho third time. At tlm very first rap he son 'Ho will bo pleased to meet you at is converted. You have got him, you above place and , date and reccivo your have secured bis faith. You ask him to odrer. Respectfully, "call upon tho spirit." Ho calls for cousS. L. Sulzer. in Dick, Tom or Harry as the case may be. Ho involuntarily and unconsiously tips the table himself. His neverous Louisville, Si Louis & Texas R, R. Co. system has complete control of his will power and bo goes homo a spiritualist. I nn :. A LARG-E FUMIpHUfGS ! ! ! ASSORTMENT SUPERB VARIETY MONEY-SAVIN- G- PRICES EXTRA QUALITIES. NEWEST COLORINGS. CHOICE COLLECTION. 50c EACH. SPLENDID VALUES. FULL LENGTH. ALL SIZES. 50c, 75c, 81 nnd 81.50. EACH. PERFECT FITTING. BEST WORKMANSHIP. LATEST STYLES. 1 E LAUNDRIED DRESS SHIRTS. nnd )fl.50. C. BABBBGE, JNO.D.BABBAG-E-, Man'r. $1.75 for Both COR. WALL & ELM STS. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS FOR ONE YEAR, and The Christian Union Three months it the extremely low (provided rate named above you are not already a subscriber to The Christian Union). - ' At Work On The Plans. Mr. J. K. McCracken, secretary and treasujy of the Acme JBrick v Company, say's the plans for his r company's plant are now uemg made and as soon as they arc completed a full force of men will be put to work. . The site has been located on the ridge just above the Cloverport plant. Mr. McCracken says our brick industries are bound to be a success, for the reasonI that , j We have tne uesc ciays, auu wiai they can be made here cheaper than any place in the country. 1 . WHY IS THE 365, Again. 3 37 of sight. 3 20 715im 315jm A good flow of gas was struck Opening, a Tomato Can. centTemen THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? in the second well at the Biick plant He was in tho pantry trying to open a Loul$vlHe,Hardlnsburg& Western R, R, It Is a acamles snoe, with no tacks or wax to hurt thofeoti made of the best line calf, thread stjllun late yesterday evening. The bit can of tomatoes and ninkiitg a good deal and easy, and because ire uiakt mora thoei or llita grade than any othtr manufacturer. It equals hand entered the gas rock two or' of unnecessary noiso about it. just No. 2 TIME TABLE. sewed shoes costing from l U) to $3.00. llaiid.scweil. the flneit calf "What in tho world is tho matter ?" TAKING EFFECT JULY 20, 1891. ffiR OCKSoiiiiliieottered for S3 equals trench shoo ever three inches. All indications point Imported shoes which cost from $3 (ji to (12 uu. cood well. This scores an demanded his wife, from tho kitchen. West Hound Trains Simp, flno calf, to a Rd 00. Bast Bound Trains stylish, comfortable and durable. The best "What nro you trying to open that can "Daily Dally Dally shoe ever offered at this price i same grade as cusDally other point lor the Brick plant and of tomatoes with ?" tom made shoes costing from J8.UJ to $Ym. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun CCO SO Police ex Sun. ex Sun. Mhooi Farmers, ltallroad Men No. 2 No. 6 will be an encouraging feature for "Can opener, of course," ho growled No. 6 No.l wui and Letter Carriers all wear tbemt line calf. 11 30am Lv Irvington Ar 9 30am .M.iuy htoij lutnj ....v. nuvimpair will wear a year. tuies, cxien new plants. The Cloverport back. "Do you suppose I was trying to slonedfte. One the 8 35 1210pm Garfield CCO 30 flue ciilfi no better shoe ever offered at 12 25 Harned 815 company is certainly in great luck. open it with niy teeth ?" !"" this price i one trial will convince those 12 42 Hardlnsburir 760 who want a shoo for comfort and service. 118 Kirk 715 "No ; I thought, perhaps, judging from ItS very strong Workliiaiiinti's who Jolly 130 7 05 46 nroami 82.00 and durable. Those shoes To Advertisers. have given them a trial will wear no other make. your language, you were trying to open 6 41 Glendcano 14S 81.73 school Dempster RrtVC 6 34 165 the theysell ipwjo worn bymid boys every wheroishoes are This supplement goes into every it with prayer." Ex. 2 15pm ar I'alUltough lv 6 14am oatbelr merits, as the Increasing sales show. 6 64 Ilockvale 260 I oilAC 83.00 llnniUnptvcd shoe, best Saturday, home in this city Mongols. verystyllshiequalsFrench Ituth 6 29 3 02 kdUICS Imported shoes cottlngfrom 8IJJ0 to 6.ut. Pcbplo with impure blood may bo said Asklns 5 21 314 and is sent out with our regular, l.adlea' ,50. Si.00 ami 81.73 shoe for 5 00 Oaks 3 29 to oxist, not livo. Lifo is robbed of half Jllises are the best flne Oongola, Htyllsb and durable. 4 00pm Arl'ordivilleLvl 4 45am that Caution. See on W. L. Douglas' namo and next week. It's circulation its joys when tho blood is loaded with price aro stamped the bottom of each shoe. W. L. DOUQLAS, Drockton, Hun. "AN AKESIS ' jrlves Instant is 2.000 copies and is a valuable ad- impurities and disease. Correct this relief nnd Is an lnfalllblo FOR SAUia BY Cure for l'llm. l'rlcojl. lljr vertising medium; .It will be issued condition wifh DeWitt's Sarsaparilla, it DnnjKlstsorrnnll. Fnmplca BOWMER & HAMBLETON .' is reliable. Sold by G. "W. Short. fir.A(lclma"ANAKt.SlS., again next Saturday. CLOVERPORT' Struck It not wish our people hero in this little city to forget tho Kindergarten One of tho advancements of tho present age is the attention which is being given to tho study of childhood, and that all reform, all advancement must begin at tho beginning of life, if it would bo sure of success. Tho truth, that to form is better than' to reform, is impressing itself upon tho hearts of all true workers for humanity. Tho Kindergarton says : "Nearer to God's hand must you tako tho hand of tho little child. Tho tend encies of infancy cryttalize in tothejehar acter of maturity. You must not watch and pray only, but must study tho child, you may understand him aright, that you may work with God, not against him, by thwarting his divinely implanted instincts." Tho Kindergarten has for ita object tho right education of a ' child to prepare him to comprehend his true relationship in lifo. A little child can bo trained little by littlo to feel that true love should show itself in deeds, not words, until tho h element of love will forever bo out Wo do bol-fl8- A TIME SCHEDULE TaUliitr Effect At 5i00 o'clc 61 f3 Mall & Expr's Kxpr's A. H. Wednesday . July 29. '91 62 - Wat Bound Traint Emt Bound Tratni 64 Mail & Expr's ExprV STATIONS Daily 720 Dally 8 41 Dally Dally 9 OSpir. 6 25pm 7 4'Um Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar I 00 8U0 Kentucky St. 12 45 8 4U 7 24 7 47 7A7 845 9 00 807 811 817 8 27 917 9 21 926 934 9 44 uo 10 10 10 908 Howard Rock Haven Long Branch llrandenburir Meade Springs Guston Irvington Webster Lodiburg Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shop! Sklllman Hawesville Petrle Falcon Cayce Sf....ple ilKron Weit Point 12 C5 12U2pm 860 805 8 62 7 40 c IHE Christian Union is a Family Paper for Progressive People everywhere. Twenty-fiv- e hundred pages a year. Two hundred illustrations. Thirty portraits of 'the world's great men and women. Its Outlook "is an education in current history." Topics vital to humanity are discussed by leaders in. thought. There are stories, sketches, sermons, a Home Department full of good cheer, incisive Editorials, the Sunday-SchoLesson by Lyman Abbott,, strong literary, art, educational, and religious reviews. It is all' "written by thinkers for thinkers." Price 'Three Dollars a Year. ol . 1145am 1138 1125 1119 1111 74Z II 29 837 8 47 (ft I1 9 21 9 24 I) 952 863 1015 102.1 1027 fierce 1102 106J 1045 1035 10 3U 723 715 665 6 48 6 40 731 727 e stamp to see a copy. Subscriptions mi costs only a sent to either office. The Christian Union, Clinton Hall, Af-a- r Place, N. Y. City. 1023 1018 1015 10 01 0 67 9 44 9 3J 930 0 43 9 St 10 01 1030 1044 1060 1100 1111 1010 JO 10 18 1118 1121 1024 28 1034 1060 1102 1111 1123 1131 1140 1165 1205pm 1220am Lewisport Powers 1207pm Pates 1216 Owensboro 12 27 Mattlngly 12 35 Stanley 12 40 Worthlnirton Spottsvflle 104 111 Uasketts 1 23pmar.IIenders'n Iv 1135 U52-- 1129 920 920 915 851 663 640 630 622 615 611 631 626 618 613 610 567 Ask my nucni. lor V. 1.. Itouglna In your ir not for Mir for your plncc askShoes. dealer to Rend 111 catalogue, secure the agency, and set em for you. "TAKE XO MUUrJTITUTE.- - YOU Vvi-i-w i ura OF THC CELEBRATED JACKSON CORSET WAISTS. MOC 0" IT IV TMK 9 09 8 37 827 815 800 765 737 729 4a 4 25 6 Q't 4 48 rasMg W. L. DOUGLAS Jackson Corset Co- jACKtON, MICH. I AniCQ 413 4 0Vf $3 SHOE and III; Id Corset", nro Invited to try thein. 1BSYUiBlH Thoy ore approved by pliyslcljns, endorsed by J' dress lnakeri and rro- - ' oin:nendcd by every luriy tint t lius worn Ilium. pP EEND FOR CIRCULAR. s.nuu.u " who prefer not wear Stiff w.ssjprVjfiM WiW: t I S. B. 0SB0RN, Southern Agent,. eO RICHARDSON BLOCK, ! UUi I ps totavMieri Wanted. CHATTANOOGA, TEKN. -- 8-.- 00 to-da- y, cd-diti- PILES Box Silo, Now York City. KY. Wi rt'V" jW-- ' SST" ' Y:msif' 9 V r , " i ' , Breokenridgb News Supplement. We all know how to talk. There Is & certain number of words put on the ri'RDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1801. tongue of every human being, just as the song Is given to tho canary bird or to Machine Shop Notes. the robin. But beyond the Bong these rTlio shops now only run 0J hours a birds cannot go. And beyond the natural speech, or the words that uaturo lav gives one, the illiterate John Hill spent Sunday in Hender being to every go. His vocabulary human cannot is lim son ited until he becomes n student. Then is the hack horse of the he begins to widen und there is no near Engine one boundury line to its possibilities. Tho line. Henry May is fireing up on the brnnch writer who imagines that he can give additional emphasis to a composition by this week. the use of large words is greatly mistakis fireing on the engine on en. The economy of the reader's attenJohn Fella tLe coal road. tion is absorbed in understanding and Hurry Meeks has again secured a posiapplying these big wordg, and there Is little of the mental energy left with tion nt the shops. which to digest the idea that these long Engine No. 4. has been sent to Louiswords contain. The picture that is ville to be used as a yard engine. brought before his mental vision is thereClever Edgar Martin Is now running fore dim raid uncertain. the planer at the shops. Ed. is a good If the writer would give more prominence to the idea and less to the verbal one. frame: It is a strange thing why Barnes will simple in other words, if he would use language which by contrast make his headquarters nt Louisville in- would bring out the idea, he would not stead of Clovcrport. only economize his reader's mental energy, but would beneflUiimself by makMr. Jungling, master machinest, returned home Friday from n visit down ing himself more easily niuTerstood. Tho mind is not able to do more than one on the Ohio Valley. thing at a time and do it well. It canThe machine shop people are proud not at once delve Into the mysteries of a Ahl keeping the post-offi- many syllable word and comprehend the over thought in u proper manner. Chicago open after night. Extra men have been put to work in Post. the last week repairing cars so as to be The Colirit ami tlio ICmpty Cim. The terrible cobra de capello, which is ready for the winter work. The "Texas'- - road can't hardly supply feared and venerated in India as a snake god, is occasionally caught napping when the demand for coal cars. Nearly all of he has encroached on the territory of being turned into coal others. tue flat cars are cars. A resident In India Fays that he was News reached here last week of the one day much astonished by hearing n death of Mr. White, n former engineer succession of reports, like the iiriugof a revolver, which issued from the f'godown," on the Texas. His engine went through or storeroom. As lie opened the door a u trestle, killing him instantly. strange sight met his gaze. A cobra had on the coal road still managed to get into tho room and had The jerk-watgoes and comes. Sometimes It tackles ueeu uiLnicieu uy an empty uibcmi nil two or three cars, il puffs and groans in American parlance a tin cracker bos about 12 by 0, In which 6onio crumbs like it was out of breath, but Chris gets were still remaining. then' just the same. The cover had not been well opened, "Fatty" Read was over from the and tho edges were jagged. The cobra branch and spent two weeks at the Nnp-p- had pressed his head inside to lick up House recruiting bis health. He the crumbs, but he could not get it out more ho returned Sunday very much improved. again. The become. tried, tho more difficult did it "Fatty" is one of the most popular boys In his rage his hood expanded and was on the road. lacerated by the sharp edges'of the tin, Jack Elmore gotmad ata pair of trucks and upon this he began to lash about he was working on one day last week with his tail. Pop. pop, went bottles of and threw the bolt that came out of the champagne nnd beer; these were the reports which had been heard within, nnd trucks at a English sparrow sitting on a they had given the signal which brought ban el, missed tho bird, also the barrel his executioners to tho spot. Youth's and hurt his own tooth from the reacCompanion. tion of the throw. Tidal Wave. It Is reported that the tidal wave The Beautiful Chrysanthemum New York is enjoying its crysanthc-mun- i causod by earthquakes in the Cocopah show ; St. Louis will soon have region, Arizona, reached a freight of 100 feet. Near Lerdo the Colorado river of its own, and in countless small bed one was divided by a chasm over ten cities and towns throughout tho country feet wide into which thv water- - (mured the pretty "craze" is spreading. Tho with thundering noian. ami iiiHiivliiiiM chrysanthemum is a native of Japan, but of less wiutu ami twsuty io unity ieet travelers say that tho American varieties long were suddenly inude in the sun of the flower far exceed anything to be dried earth. Exchange. seen in that country. The general culA Di. y In Urn Cll. ture of this beautiful flower, which Wilton Vou ilhln t stay long at tho blooms jiibt as we lose the roses and seashore Back loi thesumuierir dahlias from our gardens, and just as we Bilton No. only came back to jet . are trj ing to overcome the first pangs of New York Wwldv n regret at the sight of tin. Investigate their merits. DeWitt's blooms, is a hopeful sign of lefineificnt The idea which Little Early Risers don't gripe, cause und enlightenment. prompts ilorifcis and amateurs alike to nausea or pain, which accounts for their G. W." Short says they to experiment with cross fertili7ation, popularity. and produce tho glorious blossoms which would not run a drug store without now beautify oven the humblest of these ttlo pills. homes and the most diminutive of back- The Farmers' Institute. ards, is a much higher one than that Tho Perry County Farmers' Institute which led to the historic tulip cultivation convened ntTobinsport yesterday. There in Holland, where tho gambling spirit was a very good attendance for tho iirat was stronger than tho hope of creating day. A big crowd is expected new and beautiful specimens of flowers. The tulip was not greatly improved, buti "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," the most with the chrysanthemum there seems to pleasant to take of all fever and ague be practically no end to tho varieties remedies. Warrantecd to euro chills which are possible, and tho chrysanthe- and fever. Sold by Short & Haynes. mum lovers are suro of being amply reSold His Land. paid for tho slight labor which tho culture of the flower requires. Wo have itfrom reliablo authority that One can hardly walk froinhis homo to Judgo Wilkerson nnd tho Chicago parties the street car in St. Louis on a pleasant came to an understanding yesterday as afternoon at this reason without meeting to tho prico of his land and tho trado is ladies or children carrying specimens of virtually made. Mr. Conklingsays they the flower, on their way to coiuparo will go to work in fifteen days. them with thoso which their friends Dr. Acker's English Pills. have raised. It was only a few years ago Aro active, effective and pure. For sick when tho first turfted white ehrysenthc-mupleasantly excited the floral world; headache, disordered stomach, loss of last year purple and yellow ones appear- appetite, bad complexion and bilioused, and who can toll what pleasing sur- ness, they havo never been equaled, prise ;iature has in store for us at tho either in America or abroad. For Sale shows wbielraro now beginning to bo byG. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and Wilt & Meador, llardinsburg, Ky. Held. -- H I.ouls llepuV.ic. Post-master ei w.-.uiiroat-bittcto-dam 'kenridge News. A iflnt to Vou tig Writer. , The Singular Pate uf Itat. In tho warehouse of Tilton & Co., rico dealers, is stored a quantity of rice in bags and barrels and in bulk. The rat family is numerous there. On a shelf near the door ure placed conveniently a dozen ordinary Iron paper files for filing dray tickets. On opening tho doors of the warehouse a morning or two ago a flue, sleek arA fat rat was found impaled on one of the files, pierced through and through, resting on tho dray tickets, wriggling head and feet and tall in endeavors to free hlniholf. It was believed that in attempting to walk along tho projecting ledge of bricks near the ceiling to get under the floor the rat missed his footing und fell, und trying, catlike, to alight on hfs feet, struck on tho tlie. Savannah News. Id Memory of llHlllnrell-fhllllpt. 00M ilwii ill mm tl & usim "li'lllll tllMH HATS AND CAPS, in mm hi inn iimii '''' "in im llhUMIUhlltfttu.lKil 11 mi iiiiimui A memorial to the devoted Shakespearean scholar and biographer, the late Mr. HalHwell-Phllliphas been raised in the chancel of tho Collegiato church of Stratford-on-Ayo- n m the form of a stained glass window. Tho subject is, "Elijah's Sacrifice on Mount Cannel." The window is situated immediately behind Shakespeare's monument and within a few feet of the poet's grave. London Telegraph. s, CLOTHING tit iimti un mi in minn nw mm n tin tin mri irii'fmiiiii u twninini minute, mm in n'ii Minn nt mtii imtuttiiiN w nt BOOTS AND SHOES, BT'S FBRNISNING 8 600DS. -- P; Delay la a Florida Sawmill. A negro mill- - hand at Inwood ran his head against the cut-of- f saw Thursday ufternoon whilo the saw was in full motion. Result: The teeth of the saw will have to be rounded up and the saw hammered before the latter may be used again. Tho negro only stopped work long enough to dress an'inch long cut In his scalp, tho result of tho collision on bis side. Peusacola News. Don't Forget tile Pumpkin Racket. With overy 42.00 purchase you got a guess at the $22.50 1) resscr. "We jDOn.'t Sell WMENS 5 UNDERWEAR -- v m IBiat HOODS j: we TDo Sell New Rice, i AND LOTS OP IT. New Hominy, New Pickles, New Kraut, New Oat Meal, it is very essential to your good health to provide yourself with warm comfortable s A Do you know New Prunes, New Currants,. New Buckwheat,' uN i V D Hi JL' E .1,0- - R ' . I.' ' . J JUSU wE m New WlapSe Syrup, 4 A New Graham Flour, New Crop N. 0. Mo- rf To keep o.Ut lasses. .A.T the cold of winter. Have you bought it yet? If you haven't., it is high time you were looking after it. Winter is here and so are we, with a very handsome stock. All grades and all sizes. i JNO. D. BABBAGE, E. C. Babkage, Manager. I .4- - r Breokenkidge News Supplement. Breckenridge News. SATUHDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1891. " f, ! V lift ImlAti it nlil 4 r r nut nrvnSvi Cloaks and nil kinds of wraps. Sulzer. Get your Thanksgiving turkles ready. W. P. Barry's now house Is completed. Babbago for queenswaro and glass- HHHHHHMMnH Cloaks' AN- D- ,What People are Doing and Talking About. i ware A big line of overcoats to select from Sulzers. t Mr. Barney Bohler wont to Louisvillo Thursday. Flannel shirts, underwear, suspenders, and neckwear at Babbage's. ' 7' Nnlurnl In u 1.1 fiat City of TwoTliotifmiid Soul. Two now gaa w oils in tho field. It pays to buy bIiocs at Sulzers. Guns, guns, guns, guns Sulzers. Now goods in every department nt Sulzors. Clovcrport is looming up and don't you forget It ! FredUtting lias tho contract to letter Salter's store. Somo people . stop their paper, but they never stop reading it. Leon McGavock and wife have gone g to at Victoria. Jimmy Wheeler is having a now roof put on tho Tierce tobacco warehouse. arc requested to step Tho moss-back- s aside and let tho procession pass on. The coal mines at Baskett, on tho L., St. Ij. & T., are to bo reopened at once. Sulzer's cloaks havo made a lilt, and if you don't get ono you'll make a miss. Jas. Board, colored, was tiied and convicted of lunacy in Mayor Pierce's court Monday. Charlie Mattfngly has laid n now iloor in his saloon and made other improvements in it. ' Mr. J. K. McCrackcn is doing about as much for tho developement of this town its tho next mah. Mr. 0. H. Lambert, of Chicago, is in tho city for tho purpose of organizing a slock company for a creamery. It is to bo hoped that Till Groves will learn something about farming fiom his many visiting brethren this week. and stock Cooper & Harl's storo-hous- o of goods valued at $500 was burned at Ruth last Monday night. Fully insured. Sulzer is expecting his. lamps in this week. Direct from tho factory newest and latest patterns, be sure and seo house-keepin- -- s- J. C. Porter and "Will Pierco took tho colored lunatic, Jim Board, to Anchor-ag- o Thursday. Pay attention to your advertising it is just as important as any other part of your business. Miss Katie Boyd has been confined to her bed for three weeks with n sprained ankle. She Is, wo arc glad to say improving. Tho caso of W. E. Riggs administrator vs L., St. L. & T. railroad for $25,000 damages in tho Hancock Circuit Court was dismissed by the defendants. M. Skinner has a big pile of hoops ready for shipment at AVet Point. Mr. Skinner is building up a fine hoop business along the lino of tho Texas and branch. Col. Edgar Bennett says it is quito that he will move to this city very shortly. This town will welcome the Colonel with open arms. Ho is a live, progressive and enterprising citizen and will provo a valuable acquisition to our little city. Come Colonel at once and don't bo slow about It either. Capt. Joe Phillips, formerly of Brandenburg and late of Chicago, whore ho made several hundred thousand dol'ars, is now interested in tho Ideal Brick Company, this city, and will push the enterprise for all thero Is in it. Ho was hero several days ago and was so well pleased with tho brick that ho took right hold of tho enterprise. With his money and push thero will bo no question about tho success of tho company. It is n very fortunate thing for the city too, that ho has become interested in her industries. A medicine to Wraps. This department is the largest in Clovcrport. New Ideas, Latest Styles, AND pro-bab- lo Nobby Shape's. Reefers, Astrakan Capes, Jackets, Ladies New Market, : ULSTERS -:- "WRAPS I , A nice line of Misees and Children's -- : See our New Muffs. :- fresh meats, fish, game, oystiys and celery. Tho stavo business is yet a big thing for this city. li A. Kissam, the Cincinnati Cooperago Company's agent here, says he has handled considerably over a million this year. Charllo Lightfoot is doing a big busi-nes- s In cross ties. lie paid out last SatS5Q0 for ties that were hauled Jf urday over here in small lots, every dollar of which was spent in town. Ttfr, C. L, Head, of Louisville, was lift tho city yesterday. Mr. Head is a handler of leaf tobacco and was hoi J to secure u house for tho purpose of making n purchase of tobacco tho coming season. Thero is a good deal of complaint about tho miscarriage of mail matter Ahl going out of This city. should secure a competant assistant to help him until ho gets familiar with tho ' business. Ahl a chance, keeping post-offiGive Capt. is'a now business to him and he's liable to get things mixed as any of us would. Tho Captain has already found out tnrt it is not such an easy busincs nfter ui'. Mr j. It. .larbo", keeper of the county was in tho city yesterday. porr-housMr. Jarboo Is a canuulato tor IIo has made a good officer and thero is no reason why no shouldn't bo elected for another term. J. S. Potts and little daughter, Georgia, of Louisvillo, camo down on tho train yesterday to visit his brother, J. D. Potts near Jolly's Station. Mr. Potts has a good position in tho Greenville Tobacco works and is doing well. Wm. Dowoll, who has had chargo of tho Cincinnati Cooperago Company's stavo business at Stephensport and other points along tho Texas, has been assign territory on Green and Barren rivers and has gono over thero to tako cnargo, V. B. Burton now has chargo of Mr. ijo well's territory together with his own on tin1 branch road. Post-maste, meet tho public favor must necessarily havo merit. Lightning them. Hot Drops has been beforo tho peoplo Chas.Lishen, the city butcher, will for several years. and has grown in deas usual, a full supply of mand each year. Mr. J. L. Goodwin, of have y, l SULZERS KB ed exclaimed! -Stop the deal!" What's the matter?" asked the preacher. "We will have to postpone this for u while I liate tliut blue Ureas that Adelaide is wearing If she can't be married tu her steel gray I will disturb the peace." Tho minister was led out of the room by the eccentric physician, and the bride PERSONAL. changed her dress. When she was ready 0. w. Moorman, went to Louisvillo n knock was heard on the door, and the men entered. Tin do-t- or wanted to go Thursday. on just where the minister left o.f lint Dr. RalTerty went to New Albany, Iinl. the latter objected Tnen thfi entire Thursday. wedding ceremony was pei formed again. J. A. Cone, Louisville, was in the city When the last word wu. pku!i the doj-to- r offered to match the uii.:iter tu deyesterday. termine whether he should give him Mr. Chris Swigert went to Louisvillo fifty dollars or nothtug This RoV Thursday. Henry Wunder did not do. Soon utter the ceremony the newly Jno. Dean, of Glendeane, was in tho married man rushed down stairs uud city this week. usked for the register. Seeing the name Mrs. C. G. AVnrileld returned from of Miss Crafton on the book he grabbed Louisvillo yesterday. a pen and scratched it out. Then he J. S. Warren, Mooloyville, passed up blotted his own iiame. und asking tor n new pen, wrote. "Dr. Ehrman iiud Ids on tho train Thursday. wife." L. E. Shannon, the Durham cigar man That's better." ho usUed of Clerk was in tho city yesterday. Squires. "Certainly." A. Goodman, of Hardlnsburg, return"Please call ti cab Wo will now ta!ce ed from Louisvillo yesterday. our honeymoon." his son, John, Judge Wilkerson and Dr. Ehrman lode about ten block and went to Hardinsburg yesterday. He said Unit the cabman returned. Mr. Julius Winter; Sr., of Louisville, overheard him minting love ami that made him angry Ton number ol ris at tho Falls of Rough hunting. porters who called he asked J. F. Carter, Webster, camo down yes"You wmi t to kiss the brider terday to attend the Farmers' Institute "Delighted." "Well, stand in the hall and thrown at Tobinsport. Mr. Geo. Hook and family, Hardins- kiss. I've been man led before." Tho doctor was very kind though. Ho burg, were rcglsterec at tho Clovcrport introduced the leporters. Chicago HerWednesday. Hotel ald Mrs. Isomo loft Thursday for Evans-villA Cult tt llll KlKlit whero sho will spend several weeks Uncle I'etei Lfilrtinger, colored, who with her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Rico. lives in the Fifth dintuct, hud ti calf born Row W. K. Penrod and family left on ou his placo Fuday with oight feet two tho West bound train Wednesday for on each leg The two surplus ones on small. Tho their new homo.- - Bro. Penrod was tho the hind legs were ratherwhen it died, calf lived until Monday, best pastor tho church has had here for never being able to stand up. Dyers-our- z years and his placo w 111 bo hard to fill, (Teun.j State G&zette. o, Lima, S. C, says : "I havo been belling patent medicines for a long (lino and havo handled nearly all kinds, but have never found any remedies equal tho Lightning medicines. Lightning Hot Drops aro wonderlul, and has no equal." All druggist sells it and want9 you,to try it just onco to see. 25 cents and 50 cents bottlo. Guaranteed to relievo or money refunded. A Wedding und u lIuiiBynioon. Rev. Henry Wunder Was marrying Dr L. P Ehrman and Miss Adelaide Crafton nt the. Leluud when the groom A re trifled Hume Found. There was recently taken from a small creek near Springtown, 1. T., n genuine curiosity in the shape of u petrified horse, which had be oral doubt been lying in the bed of thestteuiu tor many years. The creek, whicn is Known us Mason's Ford, has been dwindling uvvuy for soma time, owing to the failure of tiie springs by which it is fed. uud it is now but a shallow rivulet, and t number of Indian relics, human bone, etc., have been taken from its bed The horse was nearly covered by a deposit of sand and loose limestone, und was discovered only by chance, somo boys wading in the creek catching eight of u portion of one leg Examining this, it was found to liuxe turned entiiely to stone, which led to the whole being dug out and carried to Mini e The liore, .t large, white one, to be the work of u cunning Minlptur. so comple lely hn i the petrifaction been, even the hair. of the mane uud tail being converted into stone. In the neck and piercing one of the largest veins is an airow, in all piohabil-it- y the nuso of its death, und which probably struck it as it stood ou the bunks of the creek, into which it rolled in its death agony. Its sides still show the marks of u saddle und its flanks ara cut as by spurs used with desperation, but no brand or other murk gives u clew to its rider. In removing it from the stream on hoof was unfortunately broken off, but It ia with this exception It Is perfect now on exhibition in 'Jiriugtowu, but is shortly to be piesenled to tho Smithsonian institution, though several agents for dime museums have endeavored to secure it for their enterprises. Cincin- Tho Rlclit Arm mid Left I'm) I. Tho right arm is always u little larger than the left, but the left foot is almost always larger thai: tho rinht. presumably because, while nearly every man uses his right ami to lift i weight or strike n blow, he utmost lnviuiui.n kicks with his left foot, while tlieiouitgur stuudsou his left leg ,md lets his right fall easily, tecu.e he has learned by experience that thin is the be.t attitude he can as- r sunie to prevent latitude and fatigue. This constant bearing of the weight, on the left foot makes it wider than tho right, and it often happens that a man who tries ou n hhoe ou the right foot und gets u close (h hint to discard the shoes altogether because he cannot endure the pain caused by the tightness of the left. If when lidingou tlw street car you will t:i! - .ne trouble to untie, yon will see : . in laced shoes tl? pip is much smaller on the lii,!.. ty- -i than on the left, while with button shoes the buttons have to be set back ten times on the left shoe to once ou the right. St. Louis Globe-Demoi-ru- t. ! nati Enquirer A UulliN-H- Hello l'lmici. l't. Tho relic Hunter fiend is itt work on tho monument or Niithuiuri H iwthorne to such an extent tli.it n ii lem-- will bo placed about it to Keep intruders nway. ,The magnificent tombstone has been chipped continually until now there is scarcely any or It left. A stranger went to the guivo hist week, and. wjth a heavy chisel broke off u largo bit of tho stone. He hi ought it to Boston,' It ia said, and 6old tho chips at fubutous prices. Philadelphia Ledger. e Hume No l.nrKr Than Ilriioklyn. The exaggerations of Vossius, Lipsins and Chuteaubriaut. who give to imperial Rome 14.000.000. o.OOO.OOO and h.OOO.OOO of inhabitants aro too uosurd to deserve noth-ifnme, who, in his masterly es- n the "Fopuiousneps or Ancient .Nations," has discussed the question of the population of Homo with his usual learning and good sense, arrives ut the conclusion that Rome, when nt her zenith, might havo been as populous us Loudon in 17C0; in other words, that she might havo had from 700,000 to 800,000 inhabitants. Gibbon estimated the population at 1.200.000. but it would appear that the more moderate estimate of Humo is the moio accurate. Tho population .f lliine til its largest, therefore, l did not that of Brooklyn in 1801. Brooklyn Eagle. s: HM-eei- Philatelists should noto that at last tho Grand Duchy of Luxemburg can boast Rtnmn.i of fa mun fTn,n- i... ordinary Dutch RtnTima ....... tmn, in ., ,. In u.bu ill U3U thero, but now Grand Duko Adolph, who has Always possessed his fair share of vanity, has had a now stamp issued that shows his own illustrious visago in I More StitinjiH tu Collect. profilo. London Star. Breckenridge News Supplement. Breckenridge News, , SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 181)1 AN ENGLISH TOURIST. HE HEARS A STORY OF HOW HCR-MI- T MOUNTAIN WAS NAMED An American Comiuprcliil Traveler Toll a Strmiire Vitrn ,li(iut the I.mu'Iy, LovcnlcU Miner of the firlhlrlin Tim Mountain Xhh NiiiiipiI for lllm. The train hud stopped near the heart of the Selkirk, under the ftundow of a great tmra crag, which the gnitlo book Enid wuh the Hermit innuiitnln. The rock rose almost nreeipitotihly. culminating in a crert extending for hnudred of feet to the north, and the top of tliecrest seemed nlaaiwt hh sharp iia a razor. With nnns nkiniho on the rail of the observation car wna an English tourist, who wore n monocle and u xtare, and neemed very much bored by the scenery. Near him stood a rommercial traveler ot Toronto, who was explaining how the mountain got its name. t "Follow the edge of the mountain from its front to the rear," he Mild. "Right where the edge breaks off yon ee a solitary pyramid. From here it seems to be only about six feet tall, though in reality it is about thirty feet high. Don't you see it bears some resemblance to a man? That is the hermit, and it is this, solitary pillar that gave name to the mountain." The English tourist suddenly showed , indications of interest. Ho edged a and remarked: "Beg pardou. did I hear you say something about a hermit?" The commercial traveler gave his comrade a dig in the ribs. "Why, yes," he said to the tounst: "didn't you ever hear the remarkable facts about the hermit here?" "No," said the tourist. little-nearer- Meanwhile the story of the Englishman's interest in the hermit had been told to n number of choice spirits, and there hud been much hilarity. One of the men who shared the fun was standing near the Toronto drummer, when tho English tourist sidled np to him again. "Now, look he said, "honest, is that really all true; about the hermit?" "Certainly, it's true." said the commercial traveler. '"Most all tourists know it, and any one who lives in this country can tell you nil about it Ask this man here." The Englishman turned to the other man. who told the Rtory of the hermit over again, with some graphic nnd circumstantial additions. The Englishman will probably prepare nn account of the wonderful hermit for the British press. New York Sun. ' . Uncle Sum' Strangers who come to Washington discover things of the existence of which residents kuow nothing. How many people know there is a large room in the treasury building in which every yard of carpet usrd in government buildings nil over the United States Is cut and ewed? The work is done by contract nnd carpets are litted from the architect's plans. Washington Post. Nteiillng ii Mnrcli. "1 want to yive un a piece of ad- Curiet. vice." "All right, le me give you one first 'ollow it" New York Epoch. About balling Sloop. The sloop differs from the "cat" essentially. A entboat is propelled by driving sail only: the sloop has both driving sail and pulling sail, for she carries, in addi tion to the mainsail of tho entboat, a heudsail called the "jib." The mainsail, as you know, tends to "JufF't the boat's nose into the wind, but the jib has the reverse.effect and tends to forco the bow off nnd away from the wind. ..These Bails, if properly proportioned, cause the jacht to keep 11 straight course, to steer easily and to sail without burying her head: for the jib lifts the bow, and the mainsail, being set back near the middle of the boat, does not drive her "down by the eyes." as does the sail of a catboat In sailing a sloop, however, great care must be exercised, for this littlo jib is a treacherons sail and will lead yon into trouble if you do not understand its wayward tricks. The rnieB for sloop sailing nre briefly these: Before "going about" cast off the jib, before coming to anchor or rounding np to a'mooring louver the jib. when n squall strikes cast off the jib. In fine, get rid of the jib first nnd work your boat with mainsail alpne, in nil emergencies that occur when sailing t6 windward. In running beforaa Btrong wind a reefed mainsail and a'full jib give the best results, and sloops are better than catboats when running free, because the jib counteracts the tendency to luff, to Bteer hard and to roll, all of which traits in the northeastern part of the state which is rarely equaled in these days. He was culled to attend a patietit in Samel Corners, and thtyroad lay through a wild wood known as the "Devil's Hop Yard." When about half way through the canyon the doctor's horse gave a snort of fear nnd refused to go ahead. Wondering at the catibe of the animal's fright, the doctor leaned out of the carriage and peered into the bushes. He had hardly done so when two wildcutH sprang from tho boughs of a hemlock tree. Oue lauded on the haunches of the horse and tho other dropped into the bottom of the carriage and fastened its teeth in the flesh of the doctor's legs. A desperate struggle ensued, in which the doctor, from loss of blood and The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices strengtn, necaiue unconscious. In an can do iounu at inside pocket of his cout the doctor curried a small medicine 'case. Daring the struggle tills fell out and attracted the ntjention'of the cat. which began to claw "We carry a Jarge assdrtment of Harness of our own manufacture it and tear it with its teeth. In doing so it broke a bottle of chloroform and at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made the contents seem to have stupefied it from pure Oak Tanned Leather. A fanner passing over the road some Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar $5.50, 86.50, 87.50, 89.00 time later found the doctor unconscious Saddles, 81.75, Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 00c and $1.00. and the wildcat among a lot of broken and 812.00. Wo carry a lino bottles in the bottom of the carriage in $2.50, 3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, 87.Q0 and 810.00. a deep stupor of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at The cat weighed fifty-tw- o pounds, and very low prices. We carry a lino of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The w;u one of the largest ever killed in CoOotswoll Woo'l Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertainnnecticutCor Chicago Tribune Ur. Collin' ,1ml ami Good Luck. Dr. 8. A. Collins, a Connecticut physician, had nn encounter with a wildcat V5 zn Bo WAMmiCTTOra ing to the trade. We have a large lino of Collars, Hames and Chains, A DltUMMKIl'S STORY. family, nnd among them was his daughter, u very pretty girl, with whom this other fellow fell madly in love. Ho had ni hated rival, of course, and in u few months this rival carried off the prizo, nnd life becamo a hollow mockery to tho disappointed lover. He became not only a woman hater, but a hater of his kind, and ho made up his mind ho would spend the rest of his life as a hermit. "So he came to this mountain, and ho clambered up that brush that you see alongside, nnd he built him a hut of stones und branches, nnd there he began his new life, He hadagunand livedo,, whut he could shoot, a little flour he got from the settlement nnd the berries and roots he gathered. He lived that .ay a good many years, bringing down from the mountain an occasional fur or bearskin, which he sold for provisions. For years now he has been old nnd unable to hunt well, but nothing has ever iuduced him to give up his queer life." By this time the English tourist was all eyes and ears. "Yon don't mean to tell me," he said. "How on earth does he live now?" "Well, once a week the people who live in this little hamlet you see here rill n basket with provisions and ono of them takes it up to the top of the mountain. When the hermit hears anybody coining he leaves his hut and retreats into the woods. The man with the supplies leaves the basket at tho door, and the next fellow who comes up with provisions leaves another basket and takes back the empty one. THE TOURIST BELIEVED IT. "Well, I'll tell you the story," said tho drummer. "It's a remarkable one, and every traveler ought to know it. Yon 6ee, about the time of the gold excitement in the Frazer river country 'way back in 1850 a man came here to make his fortune. One of the miners had brought into this wild region his littlu Breeching $3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Knclnrer Seery Strangely Hurt. William H. Seery. engineer of the fast Mr. C. P. Babbago will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds express which leaves New York in tho of repairs and make new work to order. afternoon at 4 o'clock and is due here at will pay vou to examine our stock. . 0:05. met with a strange and probably fatal accident the other day near MonID- mouth .J unction. While he was leaning out of the window of the cab. looking back at the train, a loose holt flew up from the track, striking him in the head and fracturing his skull Ho fell uucon-EcfoLATE ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, with his body hanging out of tho cub window RENOVATED AND The fireman. W. Harry Bowers, was THOROUGHLY in the tender at the time attending to Bates $2.50 Per Say. the scoop, which takes up water from Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housthe track tank, and ids attention was atLOUISVILLE, KY.t tracted by tho blood which spurted on him from the engineer's head He apW. R, LOGAN, Manager. plied the airbrakes .and brought the A. W.Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J, L. Marshall, Clerks. train to a stop. The unconscious engineer was lifted-intthe baggage car, and tho fireman took the train through to Trenton. It is doubtful if Seery recovers. Philadelphia Telegraph. OK It ' n, WIMrAI ft IMPROVED. e. o BANK visions is taken up to him, for fear that a heavy snowfall will prevent any one from reaching tho top." "Why, doesn't he get sick and need a doctor sometimes?" asked tho tourist. "Nobody knows that lie eveV had n sick day. He is old, but he's well. You see the air up thero is magnificent, nnd there's no reason ho should be sick. There he is now," continued tho drummer, in n state of wild excitement "There he is; near tho edge of that root Don't you see him?" Tho Englishman looked, but could see nothing. Ho borrowed a field glass and was adjusting tho focus when the man exclaimed: "There, he's gone. I just caught a glimpse of him. Ho's np so high he didn't look bigger'n a speck, any way." "Remarkable," said tho Englishman, as he lapsed into a seat Ho rolled it all yer in liis mind for a coupjo of hours, "The hermit nover speaks to anybody. Early in the winter, before there is danger of n big fall of snow, a lot of pro- Uulleta Went Three Men at a Time. Army. and navy officers have been watching closely the military features of the insurrection in Chili, nnd the arms have been, carefully examined by the authorities in this country, ,It appears that it was the Mannlioher gun. Capital Stock $25,000. loaded with cartridges the size of cigarettes charged with a first cousin to gun cotton, and bending a bail nearly two incnes long ana three-tenth- s of an inch B. F. BEARD, President. vunti w uiic t uc at, fit iiiucn t uvij thick against Balmaceda's troops at tho sailing a sloop: Never fasten the jib so rate of from forty to sixty per minute WILL MILLER., that it cannot instantly be cast off. Fas- from each gun, that did the business for tened jib sheets-cauhnearly all the cap- the insurgent troops, Tho long, slem .M. II. BEARD, Caihier. sizes which occur in sloop sailing. F. der, hard iwinted bullets were of steel, W Pangborn in St. Nicholas. "J covered with a thin coat of copper, the Q. W. BEARD Directors A Cninpllcutl! UurmilC soft metal being designed to follow the MORRIS ESKRIDQE J If tUf ItttQutHftrr c)ti 4f tlia UtnnKiil.tert rifling of the barrel more accurately and R. M. JOLLY. is their inordinate love of litigation.' this with less wear to the gun than the naked INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS certainly is lostereU by their very steel would make. Single bullets went troublesome law of inheritance, which through two or three men at a time. results iu puch minute subdivisions of Washington Cor. Boston Journnl. THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS Ala LINE, property that the one hundred and ninety-nA Table with OmiTlng Leg inth share of a field, or the fiftieth (L. E.AST.L. R. R.) 1 had presented to me on the 8d of of asmull garden, (containing, perhaps. a dozen palms and a few plantains). Imm May last a small fancy table as a birthSHORTEST, QUICKEST day present painted black, varnished come a fruitful source of legal contention, of quarrels and of crime. Emerson and gilded. However, it had not been AND BEST LINE TO Tenant mentions a case in which the in the house very long before the legs claim was for the two thousand five were observed to be growing, nnd they hundred and twentieth share in the pro- - nre continuing to do so. One of the legs AND ALL POINTS has put out a shoot four inches long, uuce or ten cocoa palms. To illustrate this sort of litigation the upon which there are ten leaves. Alto. South-Wes- t. gether it is a very pretty table, with its Rev. It. Spence Hardy quoted am on deputed property, in which black nnd gold, and now tho green. 1 Time-Cain Effect Dec, 16, 1888, the case of the plaintiff was as follows: think they are npplo tree leaves. I set "By inheritance through my father I am it out of doors occasionally, so that a 8:45 a.m. ..0:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. Lv. Louisville h entitled to d of of little moisture might be given to it to con- Arr St. Louis 7:45 ...725 ' Through my mother 1 am tinue the growth, as 1 do not know but 9:50 p.m. Evansville 2:25 " further entitled to of one- - it may blossom and bring forth fruit, For further Information, call on or address, By purchase from which would very much increase the cuthird of riosity. Ontario Cor. Montreal Witness. JOS. S.0DI0RNE, I am entitled to one one set of ninety-nintGen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. from another set also ono ninety-nintA Lively Ituzxunl. nnd from a third one L. BRYANT, B. Harry Walter and Benjamin Talbot, ninety-nint- h more. Finally, from a Trav. Pasig'r Ag't, I oi I t , ; 1 fourth set of have purchased of Morgantown, caught a largo turkey one ono hundred nnd forty-fourt- h of the buzzard in a steel trap. They took the whole" Thero is a nice question to bird home, nnd after keeping it a few solve ere a landowner can begin to till days by means of fine wire, attached a NOTICE, FRUITGROWERS! sleigh bell to one of its legs nnd set it nt his field or reap its produeel National liberty They never heard of tho bird Make your orders by the 1st of Ootober and Review. until a few days ago. when they read in we will furnish you any kind of An ninusinar story is told of Sir Wil liam Thompson, the great physician, one of the newspapers of the capture of who has been ilL His medical attend- a buzzard with a bell fastened to its leg BTJXT TH.EH3S. ants declare that they never had a worse in Bolivia. South America. From the S2.A.X.Xi THICKS, patient in the matter of obstinacy. Ha description of the bell and tho manner would not take his medicine for days to- of fastening, thoy have no doubt that it SHKUBSi &0. gether, and it was only by tho doctors is the identical buzzard that was liberZACK. 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