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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 brc1891120901_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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . ?Zf:.MiUbtmMMM?tM MMbM!Him&m .llyW(U-;,i- u m. m c$. - 1 1TTT71 . Ml iBRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1891. THE VOICE OF FLORENCE. Reproduced By the Phonograph As Taken In Two of His Great Characters. Examine the Label Uh.t uiul sfo linw )mi taml. Tlifs is tint put in the Hh.tpv or a dun, lor we don't need miiiir), tiut the fellow we own iln, anil we'll like to mtlly their. On thl tfr& NO. 20. EmtOiis Hkjxkknmixie News, I read with leasunK.Viliam Sterrett'H article tragedy, copied on llio Maxwcll-f.owin your paper from tho Galveston Noub. Since redding tho article tlio facta conShows a gratifying Increase in tho nected with it conio back with vigor to Tlio created profound amount of Exchange and Custom inv mind. tho affairalmost creating as intercut at time, work wo are doing, and much interest in n siua'l way as (Juy l'uwku's gun pow tier explosion mjth of tlio British Parliament About that time thtro was another murder jimt above Uawesvillo on tho Ohio River of some man owning nr having in charge a trading or flat I oat, fur money, by somo of his associate s on the boat. The 'Brings encouraging words from our murdered man resided at Covington, Ky., where he and Ids fumi!) were held fc cuHtomi'rs They invariably nay in such high (Stcem that Gov. ,1, T. Murvhead of Covington was employed to prosecute the murderers. Ho was" " .' the father pf tho Alorehead bojs who used to rt side at Cloverport. He prosecuted in a masterful way. I heard his oE argument before the jury, which was just one hour in length, ami, in my opinion, was tho ablest criminal speech I ever heard, more compressed in that length of time than was ever dono in And that is what wc are doing fast that county by any of the great men as possible. If you have not tried who l.avo performed such work before juries. It is my present recollection us, do so at once, anil supply your- -' that the trial was had before Judge Jes-si- o V. Kinchloe, Alfred Allen being tho self with tho prosecuting attorney of that district, and tho murderers wero defended by Judge -:- George W. Williams and others. The murderers wero convicted of murder in :- AND tho first degreo on circumstantial evidence and hung nt Hawesville. I have forgotten the namo of tho criminals and the murdered man. will not homo one of your correspondents from Hawesville We or elsewhere write an article on this Manufactured in the state. serve you promptly any day in the leading trial? I think it was one of tlio most important ones ever had in that week. If you want to buy Flour section of the state. Those old jr Meal, send us your orders , are quite readable now, even at this day of railroads, telegraphs and Prices quoted on application. telephones. Very truly yours, . Respectfully, Tnos. T. Ciiitti:.'I)k.v. Letter From Ex. Qov.'Crittenden. Kashas City, Mo- - Xov. 28th, IRill. o' EVERY MONTH FOR A GOOD SMOKE ASK FOR THE - EVERY DAY ' Give me some more the same kind' Best Flour Meal IRVIKGTOH MILLING CO., IRVINGTON, KY. Santa Glaus Bottom knick-knack- & Co. S.ilnt Nicholas hncls tnu l 8 aim girls ot tills neighborhood have been o extremely good, that lie despairs ofbtin) able to reward them all in person, So he has tnrmcd a temporary pinner- ship with our firm. Wc are the "Co" In the con. cein. lie has rrowiieti our store witn mynuus of things dear to juvenile hearts, ami Insist only that wc name Pricc5-:- - to you. 1'opular mimical ten s nt nil prices. He tninii sets loruuie maiusuj, ioc, lMn.1i trnnds at fair prkes, Fine photo albums (k 34, 49, 74, mid jc. Dolls withoit end lai . 10. anu 16c, i(.c our French lmque dolls 3$ in. long1 Ci MC worm 75c. Superior Trench bisque dot's, dressed, a. rc. Wood playthings, pleasing and durable. Cbliu cups and saucers a. 24 and .15c. French China sets, cup, saucer and plate a. 49c. s and child In addition to toys and rens goods in general, we show an endless pro I union or sensible and elegant Rifts goods for people of all sorts, and purses of all degrees of latness, Yc should like a chance to show them worm 11.35. worth 75c, An endless Mrlety of daii.ty Chi a nmelllcs a. 5c. I'ine toilet soaps, cakes In box, a. inc. per box. 4pc. Water set with hammered brass waiter a. auc. worth li. to. ith trnj a. 90c. Ttcgant cut glass cruet set K worth i 2C. castn-- s a. 49, 74c, and fi.co Superior cut glass worm iwiccine iniiiicr. Glass syrup mugs asst. stvlcs, a. inc. worth 3. Asst. styles of fine glass bowjr, with and with out covers only 10c. See our drummer sifters worth 35c. anywhere, only lor, A large Hue of chamhor sets In French, China liauu guinea and nnc decorated iroods nt nonu. I ir prices. Also an elegant line ot I'rench tie- enrated China tea and dinner sets at all prices. A good hilrbfush,n good cloth brush only 10c. Linen picture hooks for the little ones a, 5, and i Our or. See our large cr)sta glass pitchcrnnU 10c, worth JJC. Sceral nsst. styles French plate hand mirrors a. 5 and loc. In decorated box only 10c. 10c. leader, 4 sheet paper and 14 cm elopes Don't forget thut our 5c, and with 10c. Counter In we have a big stock or tine Imported silk muff. lersln hand piiuted goods, stripes and checks, and all the newest shades at rock bottom prices. l.mlle.ilifU Gent's fine Imported linen handler c lets, in plain, wntte, jiinmitcncu and hnrdcrs Fluu silk umbrellas with new tle handle nt popular prices. A large line of" German linen towels, linen throws in nsst. styles. A fine line of white and coloicd table linens. Ask to see these goods, at prices to please, mention. Are loaded rji i s tov numerous to ' CIoIBin$: Our stock in thtsdcpirtment wasuever ed for quality, styles and low prices. you want any thing In the clothing line, pleatcyou, both in stylis, quality and '1 ry ui excellShould we can prices Drc5$ G00J5: Our variety of dress goods is immmense. We have all the popular ncw styles, trimmings, etc. B00I5, $Koe5 ana rr boots nr rubbers of any kind, style or quality r Call and see us, we arc jicadqnirters for ull kinds of shpes, and at low ctt prices. Do )ou need shoes utter5 uan'i lor get mc place. GO YEAKEL&CO. BRANDENBURG, KY, TCV W. D. Iluwelli, Qeorgo Morldith, Andrew Lang, Bt. George Miratti Rndytrd KIpHug, K. Louis Stevenson. W- - OUrk Eamll, VA m$ H. Elder Haggaidi Norman Looiyer, Uenan Doyle, Mark Twain, HassQCured durisgl892 J. Chandler Harris, William Black, Mary .B. Wilkin. Franoei Hodgson Burnett. And many other distinguished writers. The Sunday. Sun Ih tlie greatest Sunday Newspaper in the world. Be. A copy. By mail $2 a yeah, Pflice , Til n M'N, New Vrk, St. Louis, Xov. 27. Tho phonograph has fulfilled the promises of its inventor by reproducing a man's voice nfter ho is dead. Tho voice was that of J. Florence. Tho voice from the dead was hrard yesterday in tho Boatman's Bank. The Cashii r, W. "II. Tl omson, km w Florence well, ljibt January when he and .Ii llerson wt re playing in this city, Mr. Thomsonhad both of them to hji ak in -' a phonograph. In the bank yestenlnv w re Itufus J. Lackland, Col. O. K. Joihh and Joseph llaworth, the tragi (linn. I our at a time tood about- - the phonograph, and Billy Florence's voice was litiitd iu "The Itivals" and "The Heir at Ijiw," us ly as it was i ver heard in life. The duel dialogues of "The ltivaln" wos recited, and the unctuous sonor jus voice of Sir Lucius O'Tripger was fo naturally Florence, and the querul ous and timid protests of Bob Acres fo perfectly Jefferson's that the dramatic pereonao of the fcciio wero vividly imagined as iwesent. Their voict s were perfect in every cadence intonation, and in full volume. The scene was quaint and very odd, and ono tint the Nineteenth century alone could evolve. Thcro were friends of tho dead, with manifest feelings of BadnehS, waiting to hear the voice of tho ' ' s. dead ; and hearing it intoned to the quaint humor with which he lias amused great audinenees during life, they applauded and laughed as they did when Sir Lucius O'Trigger tried to screw )a j . Bob Acres' courago up, lessening the distance from fort yards to three feet from terf muzzle to muzzle of thc.duelling pistols, consolingly remarking: "There lay 3T many snug places in the cemetery." The reputation from "Tlio Heir At Law" again put Florence before his friends as Ezekiel Homespun, and all agreed that tho experiment was not only successful, but marvelous, the voices of Keep your eyes open ; 25 cents buys Florence and Jefferson being as distinctSalvation Oil, the greatest cure on earth ly recognized as if they were present in person. for pain. Florence and Jefferson twice repeated Tourists to Yellowstone Park next tho experiment of speaking Borne of their season might encounter a northwestern blizzard. If they aro wise men they will notable roles into the phonograph. take along a supply of the, famous Dr. Both these cylinders are in New York, No. 7, Four Cap Step' Stove with ono, it is said, at tho Star Theater and Bull's Cough Syrup. $6.50 tlio other nt Palmers. This, however, is 22 pieces of ware The Peer of Any of Them. believed to bo the first time any of them No. 7, Four Cap Box Stove with Tho Lebanon enterprise grows abso- have been used since Florence died. Having associated Mr. John DcJcrnelto with us in our husiness, we tender our lutely humorous in treating tho ques$7.50 22 Pieces of ware Charming people, these exceptional thanks to our friends for tho kindness shown us,ind earnestly solicit your patronage in tho tion of tho alleged candidacy of Andrew Jackson Gross for Congress. It makes people! Hero's a medicine Dr. Pierce's DeJtRNETTE, bEHSLEY. JOLLTf & future. It will o our full purpose to please all with GOODS and PRICES. much fun of what it calls tho "posterior Golden Medical Discovery for instance, cured hundreds, thousands portion" of his namo and of the and it's "paucity of his many qualifications" for that'ro known, thousands that're untho oillce. Tho Enterprise must ndtnit, known, and yet yours is an exceptional however, that Gross is the peer of its caso! Do you think that that bit of human naturo which you call "1" is difpresent representative in every particular, and will size up pretty well with any ferent from tho other parcels of human other man in tlio Fourth district, which naturo? "But you don't know my Lime, Cement, out is not plethoric of Congressional timber case." Good friend, in ninety-nin- o Salt, -:- since Gov. Knott has retired. Stanford of a hundred cases, the causes are tho Brick, Flue Tiling. same impuro blood and that's why Journa'. Hensley, Jolly & DeJernette. Drum or Sheet Iron - - - - $ 2.00 "Golden Medical cures Sixteenth Century Bedroom Suil. - 2.25 Barrel out of every hundred. You lAflK ANfi .III l" There aro various ninety-nin- o Threo pieces for accounts as to how may bo the exception. And you may 13.50 Franklin man got into tho moon. A common not. But would you rather bo tho exthe 3.50 Atlanta Sixteenth Century Bedstead for ono w ith us is that ho was banished for ception, or would you rather bo well ? FOLDING BEDS, $2.25 up. Nice Parlor having been detected by Moses in tho If you're tho exception it costs you 'Solid Oak Bureau PLUSH COUCHES, act of gathering sticks on tho Sabbath. nothing, you get your money back but HENSLEY, JOLLY & DeJERNETTE. In German legend he committed tho suppose it cures you ? PARLOR. CHAIRS,Plush Trim. ' Plows, Doors A good sett of Chairs for Let tho "Golden Medical Discovery" Buggies, Bamo offense, and was given tho altor-nativ- o BROKERS, ROCKERS. of being scorched in the sun or take tho risk. t HENSLEY, JOLLY & DeJERNETTE. Honsley, Jolly & DeJernette. frozen in tho moon. In Icelandic myth Lumber. Sash, Wagons, tho man becomes tho two children HARD1NSBURG DEPARTMENT. familiarly known as Jack and Jill, who were kidnapped by tho moon. There v. a. i!aiiiiau: IMItor we seo them stand with bucket or pole L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. across their shoulders, falling away, ono OOINQ WEST. after tho other, as the moon wanes. Passenger Daily arr. Hardlnsburg..l2:42 p.m. And so it is that OOlNO KAST. "Jack fell down and broke his crown, Passenger Dally arr. Ilardinsburg.. 7:50 a.m. And Jill came tumbling after." Now, just as buro as tho moon wanes, Advertiso your christmus goods, Wo aro now closing out our lino of just so suro does disaster wane under Tho man that advertises gets there. the influence of S. S. S. Tho difference $2,500 invested In a hole, but no gas. being, howover, that Jack and Jill nover Tom Adkisson jr., Irvington, was in go up tho hill any more in tho latter 401-1- 07 tho city Tuesday. case, tho eradication of disease by this below cost. Mr. K6bt. Smith has been quite ill medicino being completo and permaAll things go cheap for cash, and especially our for tho past ten days. nent. Ilardinsburg merchants should adverTreatise on Blood and Skin diseases N tiso in tho Supplement. mailed free, AND Dr. Mosely has moved his ofllco to ono I SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. to 600 horse power. From of tho rooms over tho bank. Wo must close them out by fall to givo room for our Keep at It. DO GENERAL Jolly Meadows has moved into tho Tho following excellent suggestions to property vacated by Mr. Yessells. advertisers aro mado in a recent issue of Ilardinsburg comes in on tho supplePrinter's Ink: "Don't advertiso spa- ment. It is not our purposo to get left. smodicallykeep at it. Ypur particular Mr. Julius Hardin and wife were in Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, Wo expect to handle a lino of goods this fall that cannot bo surpassed. lino of goods may not bo wanted y ; the city last Monday visiting Mrs. J. A. Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. they will bo Bought Wo havo on hand also, a splendid lino of or tho Witt. Machinery, Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d day after. Don't run tho same card Mrs. James G. Haswell was taken sudfrom January to December. Change ocSteam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Bolting, denly sick last Tuesday. Sho is now casionally. Don't gut into rt rut. Have Iron and Wood PUlloys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, ' Como in and givo us a trial, and got a bargain in something Pcoplo won't and can't convalescent. somo vim. Pipe and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, you need before this opportunity is gone Tho city council met in regular session, Adgucas that you htvo a good thing. And all kinds of Mill and Machino Supplies. vertising is an eloquent and effective Tuesday night. No business of special Respectfully, 'salesman' distinguished from tho ver- importance was transacted. B6T PRICES and all husiness guaranteed to he satisfactory. $c bal salesman in this, that while tho latMr. Haypes was hero Wednesday and Correspondence solicited. ter talks to ono customer tho advertising moved his machinery nt the gas wpll to ILARDINSBURG, KY. .A. salesman is talking to lens, possibly Lcitchflcld. Mr. I lay lies left us tho hundreds, of thousands." hole. LJkM m mi rr have you a Tho Commissioner will sell the old uii-- v Hawkins farm nt Ilardinsburg tho third Wo Can And Do Monday in December. It contains 311 LITTLE OR NO APPETITE, Guarantco Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for acres. it has been fully demonstrated to tho NOTHING IASTES RIGHT TO YOU ? Mr. Alox. West who ha3 been iu tho people of this country that it is superior saloon business hero for sometimo will to all other preparations for blood disIf po buy n 50 cent bottle of LEMON CHILI TONIO and ko wliat a change it will mako. eases. It is a positive euro for syphilitic not renew his Hconso for another year. This Tonic is not only tho Surest Remedy or poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pim- Tho houso will probably bo continued Chills, hut aa a Blood Purifier and AppotlBer la however by Mrs. McGnry. ples. It purifies tho wholo systom and Pleasant as lemonade Ghildreu unequalod. thoroughly builds up tho constitution. cry for 't "An honest pill is tho noblest work of , For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., the apothecary." IRYING-TONEVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED. DoWItt's Little Early and Witt & Mcudor, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Ittsers cures constipation, biliousness I havo recently bought out McGlothlan Bros., Boot and Shoo Shop A. R. A now lot of wall poper just received and sick headache. Sold by Short & ot this place, And a?n now prepared to do any and all kinds of work in Haynea, ot Babbago'e. that line. I invito hiy old frionda to give mo a call. T. J. MORRIS. -- : : Ouirlxaixl Cio:ar E N - THE IT GREAT and a ONLY:- - EQUALS ANY 10 CENT CIGAE ' m ,, S IN THE MABKET. TELLS- 'i ? , QUALITY CIGAR - HETTERMANN BROS 801 & 803 W. MAIN STREET, reini-niscenci- L'. E. SHANNON, Gen. Traveling Agt. COOK STOVES. LOUISVILLE, KY. r ATTENTION! STOP and READ. ! Come to See Us When You Come to Town FURNITURE HEATING STOVES. " Hirt $14.50 $ 2.50 SPECIAL $9.00 $2.00 FARMERS SUPPLY HOUSE & BRO., HAKDINSBTJKG, KENTUCKY. I HARRY GUENTHER East Main St., 'UMMltl SUMMER LAWNS t GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC. a FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINESS. NRIAZ STOGK OF GOODS. to-da- Drugs and Patent Medicines. WITT MEADOR5 -i-i- nuj V GIYB ITS CALL. TIRFil FFFI INK THE OLD RELIABLE BOOT 'SHOE SHOP ZY. T.J. MORRIS, JMlTOfHr For Sale by FISHER, CLOVERPORT, KY, JSJtfW' 'F Breckenridge INC News. l, 1891. Kdllnrs and WEDNESDAY, DECKMBEK I. A VlttOIL, 0. 11A1IIIAOK, Proprietor!. I Santa Glaus Blows JTII-E H-- s Horn THE MAMMOTH. Children's Overcoats, C1 QQ Buys a very comfortable fPX.OU overcoat for I.ittlo Willie, ages style. 4 to 13, GflfllSNUi Arte I-- ., SI. I.. &. T. Local Time Curd. 10.01 a.m. 10.44 a.m. 6.57 p.m.. o Mf.ll ad Bxpreta going East ii ii ii Weit Kxpreii " Kast MAMMOTH. .Locarelght - ' West.1J..--0-J- p.w. U.19 . Eat We(t io.05a.rn. Man's Q'9scoats. Tho Mammoth's Overcoats aro celebrated throughout Kentucky for their handsome ajmearanco and low prices. HEADQUARTERS -- FOR- still in town with a, full line or ; JcixiB Dcllnvcn lins been uppuintctl by Gov. Brown to try the Moore Showers case nt Eliznbetlitown. Mn. Citisr, of Georgia, wiis Inst Monday elected speaker of the Fifty Second Congrehs. Hurrah for Crisp. Holiday Goods. Know nil men, women nnd children that J hnvo taken up my quarters in the great store of tho Mammoth Shoo and Clothing Company in Louisville, and now prcsido over tho most beautiful stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishings over seen on earth. I will be glad to rcceivo my friends every day, and shall havo beautiful gifts for all tho ladies and children. (signed) SANTA CLAUS. made in neat, elegant CLOTHING, CQ . (iives von choice (Jl (iQ larjru Jispiay 0f J A.UJ7 of a very nobby littlu tjrar.CJ brown, EJ. QQ Purchases a Chinchilla double-breasted, Overcoat, in blue, black or warmly lined Bt. ' Thk Hopkins County Bank, of Madi- Ronville, was robbed last week of $5,000. Exjwrts blow open, what wns regarded a burglar proof safo, and nccured tlio money. A v (JR QQ Secures an extra heavy tVU.VO Chinchilla, diagonal weavo nicely lined, neatly linished; All-wo- value $8.00. sentenced to a term of two years in the punctcntiary at Hartford, Ohio county, for horse stealing. A conviction of this kind against n woman is verjraro. Since the above was written Gov. Brown pard oned tho young girl. fifteen year old girl has just been Victory Buys an J7' JO Al ifls Cassimere, handsomeP tO ly made ; The Courier - Journal Free. Messrs. Kleinhans & Simonson will send Tho Sunday Courier-Journfree until Christmas to every person answering this advertisement who does not already receive it. Send your name on a pobtal card, or call and leave your name with us at once. KLEINHANS & SIMONSON. al reduced from $11. All-wo- strap Melton Overcoat, seams, sergo lining, cut and trimmed good enough for any gentleman to wear. Q tpu,V(J QQ Takes a heavv Overcoats, uges 4 to III. For heavy Wove Check 0 ej&. 7"K Cassimere Overcoat, extra long cape, side pockets, nges 4 to lit, worth every cent of $3.o0. For pood, heavy Dark Gray Mel-- " ton Capo Overcoats, mudo extra loiur, apes 4 to 1!1, worth $4 of anybody's money. (JJO Kf For choico of extra long Cheviot Overcoats collars and cuffs trimmed with Astrakhan, or good, heavy Twilled Cassimere Overcoats, extra long capo, side pockets, ages 4 to 1:1. H ' HATS and CAPS. I0 0 Gent's A -: ;- i BOOTS and SHOES, And a complete stock of J0,0J Short Pants Suits. Cassimere Short Suit, warmly lined, ages 4 to 14, good value at $2. For beautiful Illnck Worsted B1 Qft slort Pants Suits, plaited back and front, well lined, nges 4 to 14, worth every cent of $.'1. (J0 For a warm Victory P" Mills Cassimere Short PantsSuits corded back and front, lined with twilled Fanner's satin, ages 4 to 14, (JJK For heavy Tricots, heavy Meltons, heavy Checked Cassf-inereDark Blue Cheviots, somo corded front and back and somo plaited, nges 4 to 14, not a suit in tho entire lot worth less than ?7. lljy's nnd Men's warm Winter Caps, in heavy Beaver Cloth, Chinchilla and fur. JJ.i-.i70 All-wo- Furnishing:- Goods Postmaster General 'Wiinainnkcr in bis annual report of tho U. S. Postal Service System urges the addition of the telephone and telegraph to ofliees. He nayB "ono cent letter postage, three cent telephone messages and ten cent telegraph messages arc all near possibilities of tho future." Q11 Oft of very elegant Overcoats from Goodkind A Co.'s celebrated stock; equal to any on earth for tho money. Fech-hcime- AC7, $17.98, $10.93 24.98, Gives von choice , r, HOLIDAY GIFTS. Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Muflle-- i, (Move, Callari, Shirts, Suspenders, Umbrellas, Canes, Fun, Hhoes, Hats, etc , fur Men, lioj and Children, and Shoes fur Ladled at 40 per cent, lower prices than any other house In the West, lluy now. Come and get the biggest holiday bargains of your lira, or write fur catalogue and the Courier-Journboth free. HOLIDAY GIFTS. and Hoots, Riding Suits, Working Sults.Dress Suits Water proof Coats, Smekmg Jackets, Underwear of every grade, White Shirts, Flannel Shirts, In fact everything that Men, Boys and Children wear. Send for Illustrated dialogue and The l both free." Coats Courier-Journa- t1 ' JJ-r- Af For a good, heavy Stripped Hutting b IVJen' filing ,t Suit, -- ' iv" .."- - The annual report of the State Bail, road Commission shows that in Ken- Mucky there are O.Ol'O.D? miles of railroad $WHBK allied by the commissioners at $50,241,- 4lM5. Business and Working Suits in warm grades of goods, worth $7, If. you. want-bargain- s don't o in ogs. $593 $1 1.98 One Price, and that Guaranteed the Lowest. Tho various properties represent During the a capital of $H4,19J,r)o4. year 1114 persons were killed by accidents and 897 were injured. Of these latter 70S were Working and Biding Suits, extra well made and finished, worth $10 selling nt Suits nlso at $7.08, $8.98, $9.9S, up to $24.98. KLEINHANS & MAMMOTH Market Street, bet. Fourth and Fifth, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. day . List of Claims allowed by the Bradley & Gilbert general Breckenridge County Court, statutes Nov. Term, 1891. Board Zack right of way for List of claims allowed by tho Breckenridge County Court of Claims at November Term 18!H, payable out of tho levy of 1801 viz: 14.50 Alexander John D. sheriff . . $ Adkisson TJios. salary ns Co. (100.00 Judge (past year.) Same making settlement with lo.OO County Superintendent Samoas Com. to build court 5.00 house fence Butler Felix, right of way for So.00 road Bollwood Lizzie, trustee for L'O.CO Thos. Bollwood Blain M., same for Robert 20.00 Miller 55.00 Babbage J. D., printing Bonnet Thos. J. irons tonnch- 5.00 ot bridge .'lo.OO Bennett John repairing bridge Beard Clayton pauper collin 2.00 (infant) 1.00 Same viewer of road one day. . Same work on North fork 18.00 bridgo : Same judge of election August 1891 : J" All-wo- s, employes. 'SHOE& CLOTHING COMP'F, 0 0 J fail to call on us. CQ While tho Democratic solons are figuring on a place to hold tho next National Democratic Convention, wouldn't it be well for them to seriously consider the claims of Indianapolis. Indiana is a Democratic state and for tho party to honor their chief city with its National Convention next year would fill tho 1 lousier boys with such enthusiasm as to insure the state for tho Democrats. We print in another column a letter from Hon. Thomas T. Crittenden, of Missouri. Mr. Crittendon read in tho columns of tho Xi:s a history of the Maxwell l)wo tragedy, and being a citizen of thjs state at about the time it happened, tho occurence brings to his mind another murder, which occurred above Hnwesville, and which he says created about as much excitement as tho Maxwell Lowe affair. If any of our readers know anything of the circumstances surrounding tho second tragedy to whirh Governor Crittenden alludes wo would be glad for them to turnish it to u. A man who has practiced medicine for 40 years, ought to know salt from sugar : read what lie says : SIMOXSON. KLEtNIIANS & SIMONSON. GOSHEN. Wedding bells V Mr. Heeler returned Wednesday. Miss Allie Cox, of Bowline Green, is visiting Mrs. W. 11 Moorman. Mr. Tom Butler, of Shreve, Ky., was in our midst one day Inst week. Miss Lou Denn, of Hock Lick, wns shopping at Glcndeane Saturday. The young Indies of the Baptist Sunday School are getting up a Christmas Tree. Mrs. C. L. Corn well, of Louisville, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. Dean. Mr. Lafe Fleming, of Owensboro, is visiting Miss Jaklu Owen at the Mountain House. Mr. It. G. Hobertson has been quite sick for tho past week, we aro glad to say is improving . Miss Lutio Moorman passed down tho L. II. & W. enroute to Hock Vale. We wish her a pleasant trip. Mr. Kichnrd Owen nnd family, of Bed Bluff, Cal., aro visiting friends nnd relatives in this community. Mrs. S. M. Dean hns returned to her homo in Owensboro after a very pleasant visit to the family of Mr. H. G. Hobertson. Mrs. M. E. Talbott has returned to her home in Leitchficld nfter spending several months with her neice, Miss Bettio Webb. Mr. C. L. Boyd, of Owensboro, spent sovernl days with us last week. We were glad to see his smiling fnce once more. Come again old boy. Mr. C. W. Dean assisted by his valuable gun nnd faithful dog "Banks" hns bagged moro gnino tliis season than any othei hunter in this part of.the country. Tho party nt W. It. Moorman's Saturday night was quite an enjoyablo affair. Mrs. Moorman is a charming hostess and spares no pains to make her guests comfortable. A Duty to Yourself. Toledo, O., Jan. 10, 1887. Messrs. V. J. Cheney & Co., GentleI have been in the general practices of medicine for most 40 years, and would bay that in all my practice and ex- men : perience have never seen a preparation that I could prescribo with as muelfcon-lldenc- e of success as I can Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by you. Have proscribed it a great many times and its effect is wonderful and would say in conclusion that 1 havo yet to llud a case of catarrh that it would not cure, if they would take it according to directions. Yours Truly, 1.. h. GOKSUCII, M. ., Offlce, 215 Summit St. We will give $100 for any caso of catarrh that can not bo cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure.- Taken internally. V. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. JDSrSold by druggists, 73c. - 2.00 Buzby J. B. Mrs. boarding pauper two uiontlyj (deaf mute) lluzby J. B., conveying same 10.00 10.00 1.20 .'1.00 toasylum Win. L., wnterbox on road i.... Butler Hunter poll tax paid for U. Allen Butler Hod right of way for road Brack Mollio Mrs. same Butler Thos. samo Butler Sandy samo Bennett Sam'), samo Beard G. W. viewer of road ono day , SnnivJ goods, etc., to Hogers boys Same tiling for jail Samo goods for Henry Board, colored deal mute Same for goods to Mary Priest Samo as jail commissioner.... Same as jail commissioners travelling expenses Butler Ned Jr., viewe'rof road one day Butler J. D., samo ... Bandy W. II., samo. .7 Bishop Leo painting poorltouso Brown Emily keoping Win, Brown, idiot Board Elijah convey ng I Inrrl- son Douglass to poorhouse. . Same judge election August Ball 1891 .'15.00 (15.41 25.00 15.00 15.00 1.00 35.05 road .a Barton W. A., stovepipe for jugdo's olllco Bennett Thos. work on toad tools Cannon W. T., trustee for Ezra T. Carvile Clemmons Luther same for D. W. Byers Crawford Andrew trustee- for Bettio Hawkins '. Chapin J. E., lumber for Cloverport bridge Cooruos Unas A. viower road one day. Chambliss W. II., Bamo Clemmons Alton same Carter R. S., work and nails on bridges Cannon W. T., filling abutment at Peter Cave Cash man H. T., judge August election 1891 Crawford J. C, clerk same Cox Joe B., clerk samo Cnshman J. L.'sheriff same. . Cnrwile G. W., clerk same . . . . Carwilo W. M., sheriff samo . Cain Hufus tools on public rond Crowderllenry appropriation for Coko Milton clerk August election 1891 Cunningham Scott judge samo Davis clerk Cunningham same Cunninglmm Owen chrk- , samo Clark A. P. judge samo ...... Drnino E. T., judgo election August 1891 DeJernetto J. S., fees ns - Freeman M.. M., goods to David Green of col 2.00 8.00 Fraizo Frank trusteo for Elija McManaway 20.00 10.00 Samo for goods, etc , furnished Marion Dean 14.05 v. . , 1 .25 (Continued on Fourth page.) 1.00 Don't forget the Pumpkin Racket. With every 2.00 purchase you get a guess at the S22.50 Dresser. i)0 " Farms DO 20.00 20i00 48.00 10.50 for Sale, 5S p?i, : Y0U"WANT A BARGAIN gmsM CTJTLEBT mmmmm " J.OO 1.00 1.00 12.50 r 18.72 2.00 2.00 2.00 JJ.12 2.00 2.72 2.50 1 8.00 2.00 2.00 2 00 2.00 2.00 2.00 70.20 If so call on mo nnd I will sjll you one In a faun on easj payments. I have Four for salo partially described at follows : One containing 50 acres adjulnlng Irv Ington, nil cleared. No Improvements. A splendid piece of land for a garden farm. One containing 115 acres adjoining f) VVIrvlngton, with good dwelling bouse, good barns, two good cisterns 1500 nice trees 3 years old, balance in grass, in all n nice little comfortable farm. One containing HO acres adj Inlng Irvlngton, with gwd dwelling house nnd out houses, splendid barn, good bearing orchard, a splendid never falling spring. All 'the land In good set of gi&ss. This is a splendid farm and now In fine stupe to make money on. fi.1. One containing 101 acres, two miles lXjlk(rom irvlngton, In good state of cultivation, good oichard, good barn and cheap dwelling. This farm I w II tell much below Its value. At Irvlngton you bavo the advantage of schools, church, pst office, express ofllie, flouring mills and railroads leading in all directions I will be glad to show cither or all of these places to persons wishing to buy at any time. Tt. IM. Irvlnf ton, Ky. I q! V EST Stock nf . 'S J - np-p- ie GLASSWARE, ,, 0,1 QITEENSWARE,'. liROWNWARD, -- : and :; CROCKERY WARE. Was never so complete and prices so low as at present. JOLLY, -- xrooiDEiirTr-A.ieE! sheriff Same sherifi August election 1891 . BIG SPRING. Santa Glaus will be hero the night before Christmas. Mr. C. C. Martin, our magistrate, was attending Court of Claims at Ilardins-bur- g. that peoplo will use a common ordinary pill when they can secure a valuable English ono for tho It is surprising Drury W. N., judgo same. 14.74 Dowell Hilcy inquest on Hardy Northern ... ...... 8.75 Samo'judgo election August 41.85 75.00 11.55 1.00 1891 2.00 2.00 fl.00 1892, on all kinds of bridges, wood or (run, on either stone or iron piers or abutments. Bridge to be built at Monastery Ford on North Fork of Rough Creek, in Ilrcckenridge County, Ky., six miles east of Ulendenne, the Bridge 100 foot nearest railroad station, span, helgth of piers 30 feet, approaches 35 All bids must be and 15 feet respectively, for bridgo complete. For further Information address CHARLES MILLEK, Ilardinsburg, Breckenridge Co. Ky , Or F. K. RHODES, McUanlels I'. O., Ilrcckenridge Co. Ky. , CHARLES MILLER, I ) 'om F. K. RHODES, BRIDGE BUILDERS ATTENTION. Will receive bids up to tho 18th of January, yyp BOYS aj Under GIRLS 12 years THREE PRIZES IN GOLD Mr. John D. Babbage will award to tho Boy or Girl under 12 yoaro of ago, who writes the best letter to Santa' Claus beforo Dec. 23d, 85 00 in Gold. .$2.50 for tho best; 81.50 for tho second best and .$1.00 for tho third. Every Boy and Girl in this city and surroundings country may write. Tho names of tho winners and tho letters will bo published Address Letters in tho Nkws. " The wedding bells aro ringing so sweetly now that wo hardly know from whence they come. Charles Moorman jr., is at home on a visit from Ilardinsburg, whero ho has been attending school. There will bo given, Christinas ove night, at the Methodist church n big entertainment, and a Christinas tree. Wo always have tho best talent here for entertainments, and tho biggest treo for old Santa Clnus to climb. Your correspondent' was nt Fordsvillc from tho 20th to tho 27th of last month. Fordsvillo is a progressive and typical Kentucky town of about 000 inhabitants. There nro poven or eight stores, several hotels, factories, saddler shops, coal mines, mills and stave yards; school as good as tho best ; churches for nil, and railroads to accommodato lnnny. Thoro is soon to bo a railroad commenced which will run from Tordsvlllo to Hartford ; it will kiss through tho coal mine region of Ohio county, whero there nro thousands of car loads of tho best coal in tho world. dry-goo- same money. Dr. Acker's English pills and nro a positivo euro for all liver troubles. They aro small, sweet, easily taken, and do not gripe. Sold by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., nnd Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. STEPHENSPORT. Hev. Stoggar was the guest of the Hev. S. P. StllesSunday. Mr. A. J. Perrigo sold his property Inst week to Mr. L. T. Hoberts and will leave 1.00 1.00 25.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 .110 V r People who havo used Lightning Hot Drops pronounce it tho best general panacea. S. A. Steel, M. M., W. Va., & P. It. It., "Weston, W. Va. Bays: "I havo used Lightning Hot Drops for over two years for both external and internal complaints. I havo always found it a ready panacea for all diseases for which it is recommended. Our shopmen havo used Jt for cuts, burns, bruises, sprains, colic, cramps, etc., and found it as recommended. I would not bo without it in my family for ten times tho price of it." For sale by nil druggists for 23 and 00 cents. soon. Miss Ada Hanks was home from her school Sunday nccompnincd by Miss Gola Orendoffand Anna Jordan, of near Clifton Mills. Miss Florence Williams returned to her homo in Evnnsvillo Sunday, her sister, Mrs. Chns. Wndlingtun, went with her. Hev. W. II. Dawson, of Yelvingtou, held service in the Baptist church Friday evening nnd Hev. Phil McNemer filled tho appointment Saturday and Sunday. Hov. S. P. Stiles commenced a meeting hero Monday in tho M. E. church. Hov. Chns. Hoystcr, of Cairo, assisting him. Their meeting just closed nt Union Star proved quito a success and we trust this will bo equally so. Not if you go through tho world a dyspeptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets aro a positivo cure for tho- - worst forms of and Dyspepsia, Itmigcston, Guaranteed nnd sold by Constipation. O. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky and Witt it Mendor, Ilnrdlnsburg, Ky. Is Life Worth Living;? Barger T. S., balance on road ." tools Butler Thos. additiuiial right of way (10 feet) Jlutler Sandy same Beard &. Bceler medicino to paupers Board Milton 1(0 per cent, of SlOilne Samo ns County Attorney salary (past year) Bartles E. W., sheriff August election 1801 Btnnott Pete samo llutler W. O., samo . . , Bandy W. II. judge same.. . . . Bishop Jns. same Black 0. F., attendance as justice llvo days d Beard B. F. & Co., goods paupers Same roadx tools, powder, fuse, etc Bland Horace trustee for .Inn. Beard . . Biggs J. B. as deputy Bheriff Iliirkhcnd Win. chairman ono furn-nlshe- 12.50 7.50 20.70 O.OO Samo as jiibtico fivp dnys ..... Dockery W, E., judgo election August 1891 Dutschke Julius lumber for public road Samo viower of road ono day. . Dillon Pat wrench to uso on bridgo ., . . Dean Henry II., judgo of election August 1891 Snrno as justice five days Doolcy J. F. M,, keeping Georgia Miller tlireo months . 1 DeJernetto Joe right of yny for road .. DeJernetto 'A. T. Mrs., same . . Dean Eli 1 1., same Durham Jas. viewer of road 2.00 15.00 2.00 17.81 1.00 FOR SALE ORIENT! " 1.50 - A house nnd lot at MatMngly. A very desirable location for a stmo. 'i'ho lot enn'ains two acres with Improvement', a good dwelling I'lenty of storehouse and out buildings. good water the year round. Also u floe Will be sold cheap and on easy orchard. terms. For further information write or call nnd 100 tho undersigned. S. C. FRANK, Mnttlngly, Ky. SANTA GLxAUS, JNO. BABBAGE, Caro D. Santa Claus' Headquarters, CLOVERPORT, KY.I ..,,.., 2.00 15.00 llailileton . . House W. W. VESSELS, Proprietor and Dealer In ,..,.... Flno Winos and Whiskies, Brandios Cigars and Tobacco. 1!)1.40 IlAHDiNsnima, Ky. 13140 Tliis hotel has been lately re50.00 paired, papercdjpainted, thorough1.00 7 50 .".0.00 BRYANT &STRATT0N Business Colleg Telegraphy. I I I write for oataloque and full Information. s.VUIOVILUC,VTs SHORTHAND. &o, H JT LAND FOR SALE. This farm lies In UrcckenrUge county, on tlio head waters of Long Lick and mile from the h, 11. Sc W, rallnnd, nnd Is well Improved. Will sell as a whole or divide In For further Intracts to suit purchasers. formation address W. W. LEWIS, Owensboro, Ky. vim ono-lulf THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH LINU (L. E. & ST. L. n. It.) onoday ,.... Henry M., hauling three days on public road .. Dowell J. C, filling pond on Davis ly renovated and refurnished, and is now open to tho traveling public. I solicit n share of your patronage. W; W. Vessels. FOR SALE. A pnir of iron gray mules, yars old past, 10 bands high; well matched. Will sell for cash or 011 time. , Apply to W. D. HOLT, Holt, Ky. 6 V SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO 500,00 2.88 V-O public road Davis T. P., judgo of election 40,00 2.00 f 5.00 - FARM FOR RENT. rent, In Robert's Ilnttom. For Information addrois the undersigned at Union Star, Ky. 0. M. McdtOTHLAN. Not. 23, 181)1. Ohio Ulver llottom Farm Augustl89l Draino H. 0., services as jus- tlco fivo dnys, Eskridgo Hoscoctthreo paup- 'or coffins , Snrno ono pauper coffin Eskridgo Morris as jail com. . Eskridgo Jcsso H., clerk of election August election '91 Elder Henry Viower on rond fir St. Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS 3.12 2.00 2 00 15.00 105.00 127.10 2.C0 West and SouthrWestj Time-Car- onoday Furrow S. S.f right of way for. road Foot L. A., clerk of election August 1801 12.00 All pernors knowing them elves Indebtod to 4.00 estate of W. W. Smart, deceased, ore re75,00 quested to como forward and settle at onco and save costs. All persons holding claims 2,00 against said estate are hereby notified to present them to the undersigned properly proven for payment. 1.00 Deo. 1, 1891. OIIAS. H. SMART, Admr, 15.00 2.00 Administrator's Notice ....... 70.40 ,..,' OEiUH andWhUVeyHafolU cured at home without pain. Book of par. tlcularstent FKtlK. Il.Ii.WnOM.RV.-M.I- Whitehall Ht. Agent for Distiller, of Nelson County, Ky his superb Hand Made Soar Mash Whiskey. This, announcement Is of Importance to every rn. It In.iiFAi in tnAm fnr the future one am of the purest, most delicate, and most celebrated Whiskies In the word, and those who will take the trouble hereafter to demand the " I. W. Uarfkk WHisKRv'need have no fear that Its moderate use will Injuro either health or disposition, MIKK POPHAMjSoleAg't, Cloverport,Ky, WHISKEY We beg to announce that we have been ap pointed by Mr. I. W, Harpr, the famous d in Effect Dec, I 16 l Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m... 4:10 n.m Evansville 2:25 9:50 n.m For further Information, call on or address, J0S.S.0DI0RNE, den'l Pan. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B.L. BRYANT, Tim rfiifVp, i,,m !.,Kj -- vgr r t MMMUAMMMllM Our assortment of Lamps an beauties and cheap, take a peep at them -- Sub IIAROIHSBURG V. DEPARTMENT. ,p OrA &l3Z2hZJH&J24&ty-tL4jiaij- . S-StSe3S' rcr's. Henry Wlator. H. It Wm J. Winter, i.vtri i wtT;i,i Both tho method and results when Syrup ofFiga is taken; it is pleasant and refrcsliing to tlio taste, and acta gentlyyet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanse tho system effectually, diapcls colds, headaches and fevers middies habitual constipation. Syrup t 'gs is tho only remedy of its kinu ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable its many excellent qualities it to nil mid hava mndo it tho most ponulo- - remedy known. , for Syrup or Fij in 50o and $1 bottles by all leading Any reliable drug t who may not havo it on hand will pro euro it promptly for any no who wishes to try it. Do not accept 'any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. sub-tweeoom-men- d Iruf-gist- s. SAN FRANCISC ), CAL. LOUISVILLE, Kr. HEW YORK, N.r. PhysicianSurgeon. Office Dr. J. M. Clayton, with "Tho Trenton" Our Vttho Improved Cuntre-DraugBurner acknowledges no competitor in tho nice for popular favor. Tho rest nrv "out of sight." Sulzer's. letters to Sunt Clans aro pouring in. ChristLet them come dear children. mas comes but oneo a year, and you Bhall have your sharo if weMiavo to publish a double number to nccommodat you. All persons having claims against J. L. Miller will present same properly proven. Parties indebted to same call ami settle. W. G, Smart, Assignee. It is an established fact that DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers have an enormous sale, and why ? Simply because they are pleasant in taking ant happy in results, A pill for the multitude. Sold by ShoitA llayncs. Having received nearly all our goods sooner than wo expected, wo take great pleasure in announcing our opening for Thursday and Friday tho 10th and 11th. All arc cordially invited at F.N. IVIIuy's If tho new skates arrlvo in time tho rink will bo opened on Friday night at Fisher's Hall. Admission for Gents 10 cents Ladies C cents. Skates 1" cents per hour or less, 25 cents for entire evening. When a lady rents skates the 5 cents admission will bo deducted. It. 11. Pikhck. You don't want a toipid livOr. You don't want a bad complexion. You don't want a bad breath. You don't want a hiadache. Then use DoWitt's Little Early Risers, tho famous littlo pills. Sold by Snort & Ilaynes. ht lllt l.l. L. H. &. Mllnr Johu M. Borntraegor. i W. TIME TABLE. (HIIMI WKST 1'assengrr Daily nrr. llanllnilitirKt.l2:ll p m, uiimfi KAHT. WE DON'T BLOW price About redactions in prices, nor do, wo ndvertisc lists, but if you look through our immense stock of Men's, Boy's nnd Children's Clothing, nil our own mnnufneturo, find something to suit you, nnd then go away vithout buying, it will cer-tnin- 1 is ISANTA ly TROUBLED J'ussenger Dally arr lUrlln.burg.. 7:5(1 h.iii Mr. Robt. Smith is deeididly better. Go to Frank IlaswoH's for jewelry. Miss Annie .lorn is visiting at Garfield. For a nice watch go to Frank . Has-well'- s. in Dr. Wale's old ttand tip ttairt. CL.OVERPORT. KY. Dr. S. S. Walkins, Physician Office -- & Surgeon, 1 Next Brfk door to Urcckenridge cioverport, Ky. 4 A. Merchant Tailor, CANNELTON, ID-Suits J. KIRST, made to order in the best style. Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, News. I), 1891 DIJCEMBEH LOCALBREVITIES. Masquerade Suits. .Sulzer's. Miss Emma Dyer went to Holt Monday. Masks, False Faces, Reards.Mnstaclies. Sulzer's. Mrs. D. llambleton was some better yesterday. , . AH Taylor, of Hosetta, went to Louisville Monday. Cloaks, Cloaks, Lowest Prices, Newest Styles. Sulzer's. It. 11. Lcgrand' of Guston, went to Louisville Monday. C. M. MeGlothlaiyof Union Star, was in the city yesterday. Fred'Fraize went to Louisville Saturday and returned Sunday. Mrs. L. D. Anderhon, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. F. II. Sawyer this week. Walter May a little son of Mr. Chos. May was seriously burned last Friday. The many friends of Mrs. H. It. Pierce will bo pained to learn of her serious illness. Quarterly meeting services will be held in tho M. E. church South next Saturday and Sunday. $ $ Havo you seen these before ? If you drop in our store you will bo glad to leave them behind $ $. Sulzer's Ladies' New Market at just ono-baprice this week. Inspect them ladies thev are ' suro 'nough" bargains.-Sulzer'lf Information comes to this olfleo that whisky is being sold in a local option district near the Falls of Rough by .a party who has neither State, County or Government license, and it is disturbing the peace and good morals of that community. The oflicers should look into tho matter and arrest tho guilty parties. Ignoranco of tho merits of DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers is a misfortune. These little pills regulate tho liver, curo headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, consitpation and biliousness. Sold bv Short & llay ncs. Goodman fc Klein tho Cash Merchants of Cioverport havo opened a storo nt Morganfield Ky. Mr. Klein will havo charge at Morganfield. Mr. Goodman will remain here and continue to sell as Everybody invitcheap as heretofore. ed to call ana seo n perfect stock of Gents Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Hats etc. A big revival meeting which has been in progress at Union Star for several weeks closed yesterday. There were 100 conversions, 40 additions to the church and '20 professions of sanctiilcation. The meeting was conducted by tho pastor, Rev. Styles of the Methodibt church South, assisted by Rov. Royster, of Carlo, Ky., an ovanglist. It is said to be tho greatest revival that has occurred in that section for years. Rev. Parish, of Louisville, preached two excellent sermons in tho Baptist church hero Sunday, and wo understand, mado a fine impression on tho members. He was preaching his trial sermon. Mr. Parish is pastor of tho Irvington church and from tho number of good things we heard of him from bis membership there this church can't make a mistake if they call him. That church is very anxious that he should bo called here. A' Child Killed. Another child killed by tho uso of opiates given in tho form of Soothing syrup. Wliy mothers give their children such deadly poison is surprising when they can relievo tho child of its peculiar troubles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. It contains no opium or morphine. Sold by G. W. Short, Cloycrport, Ky., nnd Witt & Mcador, Hardinsburg, Ky. C. L. Corn well and wife, 1.ouisville, who havo been visiting Mra. Corn well's old home at Glendeane, returned hojmc Monday. You may cough and cough and cough and cough and cough but you will not, if you take DoWitt's Cough a'nd Consumption Cure' Sold by Short & Hoynes. The choicest lino of goods ever in tho city can bo seen at F. N. D'Huy's. Opening Thursday and Friday 10th and 11th. Come and see. A Masquerade Party. Tho most notable event of tho .season was a "Masquerade, Party" given by Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Smith in honor of their daughter, Miss Lafayctto Lallcist, and Miss Lila Adams, a charming young lady, of Lewisport. Luncheon was served at 11 o'clock. The Miss Stella following wcro present : Fox Quakeress, Miss Nannie Murray Japanese, Miss Lizzio Hall Pocbahontas, Miss Minnip Murray Nun, Ixititia Hall Turkish Girl, Miss Jennie Keith Domin-ia- c Nun, Miss Ida Fox Flower Girl, Luella Newsom Gipsey Girl of Notre Dame, Sallio Moorman'Lady McBeatb, Pearl Miller Night, Allieno Murray Baby, Kaiio Boyd Spanish Girl, Lula Owen Carmcmcita, Jessio Iloylo Tamborino Girl, Graco Doughorty Now Dudo in Town, Ella Dowdoit Morning, Maude Willis Robin Red Breast, Veva Miller Red Riding Hood, Bettio Ilaning-to- n City Milliner, Lila Adams Sweet Sixteen, Lafayette Lalloist Pink of Porfection, Katio Sawyer Red Riding Hood, Mrs. J. II. Rowland Pineheco Belle, Orvillo Gregory Littlo Lord Faunt-loroVictor Bowmer Robin Hood, Ira DoIIavcn McGinty, It. L. Oelzo A Rov. colored gentleman from New York, W. S, Smart Fir t appearance in Cioverport of Divided Skirt or Jenness Miller costume. Jim Skillman Sinbad, tho sailor, D, II. Stark tho Wandering Jew, Waltor Straeflbr English Soldier, F. W. Fraizq tho dealer in black art from tho comic opera Denisotta, Orvillo Skillman Littlo Annie Roonoy, W. S. Bowmer Heathen Chineso costume, l'ig tall and Rats, Jesso W. Owen British officer, W. R. Moorman Pineheco Dude, II. C. Murray Topsy, J. B. I'ishof Mrs, Partington, Jas. Miller Dom Pedro,' Dr. Clayton Uncle Sam, Eugeno Vest Wilkins McCawbor always waiting for something to turn up, Mr. and Mrs. David Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Judge Allen Murray, Mr. Jos. Skillman, Mr. Peto Miller, Richard Moorman, Mr, and Mrs. Chas. 11. Skillman, Mrs. II. V. Duncitn nnd Mrs. W, G, Smart. Mc-Ginty, Our Banquet Lamps aro marvelous beauties, each one a beautiful sol t aire robed in raiment rich with the harmony of blendid colors. Sulzer's. Grand opening at F. N, D'Huy'sThurs-da- y and Friday 10th and 11th. Heuicm-bo- r wo have them (tho goods) and at very moderate and low figures. Mr. James A. Vance, a prominent lawyer of Pearco City, Mo., accompanied by his wife and son, Jamie, arrived in tho city yesterday to spend two weeks with his son, Mr. Scott Vance. Our experience covers many ills, many pills and many bills. Our ills aro smaller, our pills aro smaller and our bills aro sina'ler when v,o uho DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers. Sold by Short & llayncs Miss Lizzio Ricketts is now prepared to do dressmaking up stairs in tho Old llreckonridgo Bank opposite Sulzer's storo. Dresses mado cheapor than over before. A trial convinces the most skeptical. Carefully prepared, pleasant to tho tasto. DoWitt's Cough and Consumption Curo is a valuable remedy. Sold by Short & Ilaynes. Dr. J. L. Moorman, dentist, is in town for a few days and can be fonnd at Dr. J. T. Owens' ojllce,, for tho practice of his Call and seo him It you profession. need dental work. ' l'hyslclans recommend it. Ml dealers keep It. 11.00 per bottle. Ue Brown' iron Hitter. crossed red Hnet on wrapper. I'OK UYtiVXVHlA Needing; a tonic, or clilldron tli.it want building; up, should talco Oenulna IIIIOWN'H 1IIUN 1IITTKKS. It la pleasant to take, cured Malaria, It, Dllloumieu. M ilea'en keep lodges-Uon.at- i'l II. F. HtardA Co., take the lead in not bo because the price is not right. Wc guarantee to clothing. Wo havo got the goods, and we want to make the price right. A nice lino of ladies wraps at Heard & Heeler's. sell them, and it won't take much money to occupy ono of our Just seo the ntco jewilry at Frank Suits or Overcoats. You make a big mistake when you fail to Haswell's. Beard A Bceler are on tlmo withChrlst-mn- s seo our stock of honest clothing before making a purchase. goods. Miss Lizzio Smith returned to Ilaucs-vill- o Monday. Boln G. Turpin, Louisville, was here last Saturday. Overcoats and suits at reduced prices at Beard fc Heeler's. Mrs. James Withers was visiting in -tho city lost Friday. 601cl Clothiei-Last Saturday was a good business day for our merchants. Comp Henderson, Webster, was in tho city last Saturday. , Beginning Monday, December 7, our storo will be open till 9 o'clock at .Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Witt went to night, and Saturdays till II o'clock, unt.l after tho Holidays Cioverport Sunday. If you want a nico ring for Christmas go to F. P. Hasycll's Mr. Newt Petrce and Vic Bowmer were in tho city Saturdav. Richard May went to Fordsvillo last Saturday to buy more coal. Mr. Richard Owen and wifo were visiting hero last Wednesday. There were several plain drunks on Marcs Bred and supposed to bo in foal. tho streets last Saturday but no arrests. T. C. Lewis has moved his jewelery i storo into Col. Musser's novelty house. Ages from 3 to 8 years, Magnificently Doveloped and Broke. B. F. Beard & Co., have just received Ab choice a lot of Hones for genernl yurpotet m w ever offered for nle. Admirable a very attractive lino of Christmas ndniled for Ooupo and Conch , ticolnlljr adapted for Expreti Companies, and for Farm purposes uneijualed. goods. Mufilers, silk handkerchiefs and a general lino of notions at Beard & ' At 11 o'clock A. M. Heeler's. At whnt is known as tho KentucVy Farm, at Viillejr Station, 8 tulles below tho city. on the 18th Mr. Arch Goodman lias the contract slrett Uond or Suit Hirer Tutnplko. All those wishing to go by train will got tff nt Valley to build the meat house and coal houso Station, which Is right at tho stables. Trnln leaves city at 7:30 a. w. Irom Union Depot foot of 7th s rcct on N. N. .t M. V. railroad. on the jail property. TElt.MS OK SALE Nino months credit with approved security, notes negotiable nnd Superintendent of Schools, James payablo in Dunk with 0 per cent, into est. E. V. THOMPSON, Jr.. 710 W. Main St. Miller, attended the Teachers meeting MKDDIS & SOUTIIWICK, Auctioneers. I.OLTIVILLKf KY ai jxniisvillo last week. Felix Monroe sold his storo house and Tho greatest attraction that over struck County School Superintendent F. 15. lot hero last Friday to W. II.. Piles, colO'Hrynn wns in Louisville lnbt week tho town is now in tho of ored. Consideration $928.00. mipcrin-tumlentNevitt & GoiiL-h'-s druir storo. Tho Rov. L. E. Campboll returned from attending tho btnte meeting of trained bear that beats tho drum, the Webster last Friday where ho has been performing acrobats, tho dancing minis-trel11 dimes worth of goods Wo will deliver engaged in a protracted meeting. and tho music keep tho side-wal- k For something beautiful in the way of free nnywhero inside tho corporation, if a Christmas present drop in and seo the it should cost n dollar to do it. Xovitt & and tho street so crowded that it is almost impossible to pass while tho show Gough. display made by II. F. Hoard A Co. is going on. Manager Kdnions is and & Manufact Go to B. F. Beard & Co's and examine Tho Doe Hun Natural Gas their line of lady's cloaks. They havo tiring Company was not sold out Mon- adept nnd knows how to please the pub-lithem in niunorous styles and easy day. Neither wns the Homo which was Can't Sleep Nights prices. advertised for sale. Mr. Charley Mattingly's barn burned Is the complaint of thousands suffering The best of old whisky, cither for nenr town ono day last week, supposed from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. medical or Christmas purposes niny be to have caught by sparks from the railDid you ever try Dr. Acker's Knglish had at Novitt it Gough's. Warranted to ' road engine. Remedy? It is tho best preparation contain no lights. known for nil Lung troubles. Sold on n J. B. Hcnsley is dealing pretty extenMisses Lucy and Kllie Ruwlings havo positive guarantee nt sively in timber. He went to Jolly's 25c. nnd 50c. by G. gone to Big Springs to be present at the W. Short, Cioverport, Ky., station last Friday to look after his tim and "Witt it nuptials of Jack Williams and Miss Mcador, ber interests there. Hardinsburg, Ky. Tho young folks of this placo will give Minnie ltawlings Wednesday. Holiday Bates. I wish to state to tho citizens of Meade a concert at tho City Hall during ChristOn December 24, 25 it 31. 1891 nnd mas week, the proceeds'to bo donated nnd adjoining counties that my headquarters for the next thirty days will be January I, 1892, for tho Holidays, tho to tho Sunday schools. Mrs. Jennjo McIIcnry and daughter, at Nevitt & Gough's. Old Santa Chins. Louisville, St. Louis it Texas and Louisville, Hardinsburg it Western railways Miss Isabel, of Hartford, Ky., were in the John Ditto and Klvis Wimp whilo d city a few days last week, tho guests of bird hunting last week killed a red fox will sell excursion tickets atone nnd faro for tho round trip, between Mr. and Mrs. John P. Ilaswoli. which their dogs had set in a patch of Thcro will bo a church conference at high weeds just as if ho were a covey of all their stations, good for return passage until January I, 1892. tho SI. E. Church South nfte.r birds. prayer meeting. Members of tho Ono hundred boxes of London layer McElree's Wine of Cardul church arc requested to bo present. of candy and THEDFORD'S There will bo a public debate at the raisins, one thousand pounds aro figs, dates and all for Rock Valo Baptist church Dec. '22, be- nnd oranyes, lomons, sale by tho following merchants in proportion at kinds of nuts in tho same tween Bev. James D. Harngd, a PresbyUreckenridge County : Gough's. Josst V, On en Cloveroort terian minister nnd Rov. Burch, Baptist. Nevitt O. W. Short, Cioverport. Judgo Mercer nnd Johnio Haswell reAlbert lUchurdson, Vino Grove, was in llrnshenrit J.ay, Stephensport. from McDaniel's last Friday, tlio city last week. We all had been turned Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, J. J. 6overs, Union Stnr, where they bad been engaged a fow days looking for Albert over to seo tho old taking depositions in tho Baptist church folks (?) for two or three days and know Reduced Hates For the Arnold case. that ho would come. Lecture. Strangers coming to Hardinsburg will Miss Hena Cliirkson went to Danvillo s Tho I,., St. L. it T., will on account of find, tho Hnnibleton Tlotel, friends. last week to visit relatives and now in every paticular. tho lecture to bo delivered by Sir Kdwin Her many friends hero aro pleased to W. W. Vessels, Proj). Arnold at Louisville on night of Dec. 9. know that sho will return in tlmo to Sell for morning train on that date round Speaking about kidnoy and liver Christmas holidays with spend the trip tickets to Louisville at ono and ono-thitroubles Mr. James Bonnes, Girdles, them. 1 suffered Ky., says: "Last summer fare. Tickets limited to return The caso against Jerry Ilasham for to Dec. 10. In connection with tho refrom pain iti my baek, and troublo with my bladder. I had to bo up frequently fast riding on tho public highway was duced rates parties must purehnso a at night, and my rest was not enjoyed. called Monday and dismissed on the ticket of admission to the lecture at $1 I heard of Lightning Kidnoy and Liver motion of tho prosecuting nttornoy, Thos ench. ' W. O. Am.i:.v, Agt. Romcdy, nnd purchased ono bottle, and Ilambilton. Uasham appeared in court, A Pleasing Sense. after taking same according to direc- but ho was not tho iniiii that was want- Of health and strength renewed and of 1 feel well. In fact, I cart say it is ed. tions, easo and comfort follows tho uso of tho best medicine that ever went down a Lave Stuart, of Concordia, tho young- Syrup of Figs, ns it nets with human throat for kidney and liver dis- est brother of tho celebrated fiddler, Joe nnttiro to effectually cleanse tho system ease. For sale by albdealors. Stuart, and son of Neddie Stuart, deceas- when costive or billions. Kor sale in 50c. ed, equally ns well known as a violinist nnd $1.00 bottles by nil lending druggists. BRANDENBURG. on tho James as bis son, is Kiiouxi: McAdnms has concluded to Guthrie. How do I know V Why why Edmon Chick went to Paynesville why, Lavo came out on the wharf hold on to his government position ut Sunday, Owensboro until January 1. Wo continuo to cut prices in boots and boat nnd told me. shoes Aliens Dyspopsia nnd indigestion won't give WANTED Best goods, comp'etij stock, lowest you flesh, but Lightning Wood Klixir Any family wonting a pleasant homo ' prices at Allen's. will. Mr, II. Hood, Folsoin, W. Va., and work for children from 1 1 to 20 years ( Richard Watlicn, Bardstown Junction, writes: "I had suffered several years of ago, (females preferred) caiv- - bo suited was in tho city Sunday. from dyspepsia, and tried many reme- at Grahaniton, Meado county, whore tho Tho now storo building out at Woldon dies for relief, received none until 1 be- work is in tlio cotton mill at that placo. gan to uso Lightning Wood Klixir, and For particulars write to appeals to bo about completed. feol like Tho Grahaniton M'f'g Co., Dolls! dolls dolls! II Littlo girls after taking threo bottles I another man, nnd bnvo gained several Grahaniton, Meade, county, Ky. Noyitt it Gough. come and sctv pounds of flesh. It has dono great work Tom Howard Bays bo wants to buy the for mo, it has cured nio of what would bear so that ho can keep Edition at have caused my death. I do not hesi-tat- o home. to recommend it to tho public, as Frcebourne Miller, aged sovonty-slx- , experience has taught mo that it is a died at bis residence near Woldon Sat- good medicine" Will havo auction sales every Saturday urday night. Those boys "faked" mo last week on In Cioverport. Tho broad-a- x and corn knife, are still that account of their trip south. Somo Will sell nt public auction everything used when goods aro priced at the of them wero back boforo tlio paper was anybody has tp sell. Uring to mo your Aliens. Ask for what you don't bco tit Novitt published and read tho announcement horses ami livo stock of any nnd ovory papa's fire- description. All ornny nrticlo-ohouseA Cough's, We've got it, but haven't of their departure- by their Othors of them who "busted" hold goods, All or nny artklo of sides. room to exhibit it. Hnanancially I menu will Kvcrything the pcoplo want Wo aro now coiners and will give you themselves bo In when tho weather improves arid sold I will sell. Tho peoplo will find inside figures on every thing in order to walking is better. Tho average farmer something they want to buy at my regusecure your patronage A lions. boy, who lias been used all his life to lar Saturday sales. A place for bargains Jack Trent did not look bad in tlo sitting by big hickory fires in a conifort-nbl- o every week. judge's chair Monday. Who knows room and burying himself "out of Ruycrs nnd sellors take notico of nvy V what might happen somo day sight" in feather beds loaded down with Auction Rales oneo a week, ovory SaturIt is a positive fact that tho most com- comforts and blankets, soon finds when day. Regular sale Saturday, November plete stock of holiday goods with tho low ho tries it that the way of the flatboat-ma- n 28th, 1891. ' Gough's. est prices is at Nevitt is hard. JAMKS HAMliLKTON. JtW?iib& AW 1 t. and lriokcd over our ,Btbc& of Holiday Goods, and realized that ' JULIUS WINTER He has been in on the q. $J Reliable" N His Business Is Gone ! Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky. Ho is forced to give up his annual excursion over Clover.' port's housetops, as we arc impressing on the peoplo thnt thoy need look nowhere else for Christmas Goods than at MY P0TJE.TH PUBLIC SALE Forty Head of Fine Draft, Coach and ing Horses and Mares. Driv- SULZER'S, I I: S AT ZlPTTZBILIC slt-ie- THE At Auction, Tuesday, Dec. 15, 1891. & : u J ! Furniture Tho regular and ! Furniture Furniture ! MICHAEL HAMMAN, Furniture dealer Is always on hand with a full stock Including Sewing Machines, Coffins, show-windo- w a. s, e. Burial Caskets Picture Frames, Trimmings, Etc. His prices shall bo such, quality considered, that no legitimate house can undersell him, and ho is determined to meet tho market, let tlio prico be what it may. Always call on him and ascertain prices purchasing elsewhere. He means just what ho says. Ho cannot M. HAMMAN, Cioverport, Ky, bo undersold. be-foro I"" M i"Yi tn ifil "y'JL"X'"JL"JL' "J LfJ rc "' '" Jt "J oJt"init"l"inrnM L7VJ one-thir- HOLIDAY GOODS! APPAREL FOR " T Wo arc now getting ready for tho Holidays and will soon bo in Apple Pic order. In N ! first-clas- Men, "Women and Children. - rd We are showing a magnificient stock and naming the lowest prico in every instance -:- - CHEISTMAS " "CLOAKS, OVERCOATS, PEESEFTS ".,' To suit everybody. bar-keep- CHILDREN'S CHAIRS, DOLL CRADLES, FOLDING NEDS,, Etc. PII.OTO ALBUMS, MANICURE SETS, STATUETS, TEA SETS, CHAMBER SETS. in ARTISTIC CHINA WARE. Elegant designs Grand display of LAMPS. In fact wo have tho best display over put on exhibition ill our town and wo invito all our friends to como and sec. """ MQ 1 B. F. BEARD & CO.,. IIARDINSnUItG, KY. James HamUeton, AUCTIONEER. new-stor- e FOR SALE. horro ower Stave lluckor, good at now price very reasonable, can bo seon at llarnod Station, seo Mich. Meyer at the Station or address J. M. O'DUVAN, laynesvillo, Ky. A THE NEW YORK tYEEKLXJVORLD. One Dollar a Year, Contains tho best features of any. Weokly printed. M. Quad, lato of tho Detroit Freo Tross, writes ti page of matter ovory wcok. mor-candls- o. ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. All prrsona having claims against the estate of J. W, West, assigned, will present them proven, accordingly to law j alio persons owing the nine will settle nt oneo and save 0. M Mc(lI.OTUI,AN. costs. Assignee. Union Stnr, KyJ No'j16tl. 'l Ilh-'t- Mrs, Casporko went to Louigyille Sun- Send ran Sample Coiv. THE WEEKLY WORLD, t day and wiii' replenish her millinery stock before fihe rctnrnR. New York City. 1 - f fvr? Breckenridge News. 185)1. WKDNESDAY, DECEMBER 0, UNION STAR. wua Mrs. L.T. Roberts, Roberts Bottom, tho guest of Mrs. Milner. Mr. nnd Mrs L. B. Helm, Robert's Lot . torn, spent Thursday in town. Mr. A. M. Ilnrdin, of Lotlibtirg, wm tho guest of Miss Dora Onrdner Friday. Mrs. John L. Robanls, of Hannibal, ' Mo., is tlio guest of Mrs. I. S. Rlcluml- son. . Mrs: Win. Allen, of Preston, was tlio Wednes-- 1 guest of Mrs. 1). S. Rlclmrdson day. Miss Dixie Bnishear, of 1'arkland, was John B. Hibbs ho guest of Miss Susio Bnishear this ..'.... Glasscock B. A.,t deputy week. sheriff Mr. Hugh Ackerman, of Borne, Ind., was entertained by Miss Boole Ilaynes Snino sheriff election August 1891 Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. II. 8. Dix nnd Miss Emma Eng- Hamuian M.f .seven r paupers 'coflins lish, of Bobert's Bottom, spent Thursday Hnmbletdn D., trustee ' for with Mrs. Jas. B. Bijitf's. Marion Dean Misses Brashenr and Frymire, of Preston, were guests of tho Misses Richard- Same judge election August son Saturday and Sunday. 'jlllgM..... Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas. Cunningham, .of! fcarao as justice live days Chcnnult, spent this week with their 'Hays J. K., medical attention fo paupers as poor house son, Mr. J. 0. Cunningham. com Mr. Hoeing, of Lexington, and Cant. Harncd Geo. n justice five Bngby, of Frankfort, spent last week days with Mr. C. M. McGlothlan. Howard 1). N.f clerk of electMessrs. Phelps Kayo nnd Granger, of ion August 18!)1 ... ; Louisville, spent last weekrhiiiiting near Harned Henry lumber for Union Star. They were entertained by road Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Milner. Ilaynes Jabes trustco for Elijah Brown Mrs. Wm. Hawkins, and family, of Cloverport, returned home Tuesday Hook John II., work,on X. F V. bridge nfter n visit of several weeks to frienc's Same work on old jail and relatives at this place. Mr. It. C. Bichardson attended tho Same work on court house walks fifteenth annlvereity of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Cox, of Owensboro, Monday Nov. Horseley Mike viewer on road one day . 30th which was quite a "swell" afiiir. ( . Hudson John services as conMrs. Win. Milner entertained Dryland stable .to tbnVfVcdnesdny evening Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Homely Miko erecting two JvMwBichardson and sign boards pjolin ' L. Robanls and the Misses Rich- HnirS. K., viewer on road Enrdsou. one day. Sir. and Mrs. C. M. McGlothlan entcr- - Hendricks W. 0., chairman I talncd Mr. and MrsS. E. Brashear, of ono day r, Parkland, and Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Hinton Ben Bame of Stephensport, very handsomeHall L. D., constable-Hardily, Thanksgiving. county Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bichardson and Hensley & Jolly court house daughters, of Louisville, arc visiting their fence parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Bichardson. Hudson John fees as conMr. Bichardson is just recovering from stable a very severe attack of Typhoid fevci. Harned D. G., four sign boards The revival now in progress here and Hensley, Jolly it DeJemette conducted by Bev. Chas. Boyster, of road tools, etc Cairo, Ky., and Bev. Stiles, minister in Hambleton Jas. arrest Jas. charge surpasses all since the early days Board lunatic, etc of tho church. Quito a number have Same arrest, hoard, etc Perry been converted nnd several additions to W. Scott the church. Haddock II. ft, clerk election August 1801 An accident occurcd nenr this place Friday which came very near resulting Ilenning J. II., judge same. . . seriously. Mrs. J. Logan Bobards and Jordan Geo. W. boarding nnd conveying prisomer to jail. . Miss. Lena Bichardson were going to spend tho day with Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Jolly B. M., trustee for Jen- nio Beard Bobcrts, Bobert's Bottom. While going through what is known as "dark hol- Same hauling stone, etg., on public road low" tho horso took fright and ran, striking tho buggy ngainht a tree and JarrettJno. W., inquest on Abe Green over turning it. Mrs. Bobards escaped uninjured having been thrown entirely Same judgo election August 1891 out of reach and into tho mud. Miss Bichardson was caught under and drag- Same services as justico five days ged several yards receiving a gash in her fore-heaa sprained wrist and a few Jennings John judge election Augustisni other slight bruises before tho horse freed itself from tho buggy. Xotiing Jordan T. G., judgo, same daunted, however they caught the horse Jarboe John B., , poorhouso keeper and with assistance rcharnesscd it to the Same moving Henry Crowder. biiirgy and proceeded to enjoy the day. Samo extra trouble after poor A friend induced mo to try Salvation house burned Oil for my rheumatic foot, I used it and Jordan W. G., judge electon tho rheumatism is entirely gone. August 1891 f ... John II. Akdkkmi.v, Baltimore Md. Jolly G. P., trustee for Mary Masey Sturtlii); lliillin. J Samo to Henry Baley Now is tho time to start your bitlbsin .glasses for tho winter's bloom. Grow- Jolly F. M. ft, fees us survey- or ing them in vases of water is popular for two reasons, in tlio nrst place, it ts a Jolly Nelson right of way for pleasure to watch tho development of road the cntiro plant, and, secondly, it is n Kincheloo M. L., judge of very easy and clean way of obtaining n election August 1891 goodly show of beautiful llowcrs. It requires, moreover, no horticultural knowl- Same for conveying paupers to poor houso edge or skill, as any one may bo successful by obsorving a few obvious rules. It Lennen J. II., printing must bo remembered always that in or- Lockard Hobt. ono pauper der to prodnco fine llowers all bulbs coffin must first form their roots, a;i"t as the Livers Wm. M.,- - trustee for darkness prevents tlio top growth of the Guy Livers plant, but rather aid that mysterious process of rootmaking that is generally Lyons Jas. W., lumber on public road r in plant life carried on under the friendly cover of tho earth, it is better to place the Lyons F. B., viewer of road glasses in a cool cellar or closet, where ono day thero is at the same time plenty of air, Lampton Ezra samo , . until tlio roots are well formed and the Lewis Bichard chairman two plant begins to sprout. days Tho water in tlio glasses should jnst , reach, not touch, tho bulbs; and after liko II. ft, judgo election August 1S91 they iiavo been brought into tho room where they aro to flower they should do Lennen W, B., sherill same. . kept in a place whqro it will not bo too Lawson Jacob poll tax rehot. They liko rather a low tempera turned ture, although requiring plenty of air Monarch John E., fees as and light. In choosing your bulbs select County clerk those that aro hard and heavy, ns for window plants you will want ;he very Samo fees as Moorman I), ft, trusteo for . best. New York Tribune. Ned Lloyd '..From Montana. Miller Will fees as clerk "It is a pleasure to inform you of tho good that S. S. S. has dono me. I had Miller Jas. W., salary as supt. of schools blood poison several years ngo, which had never been eradicated from my sys- Miller Dudley right of way . for road tem. Last November it broko out in the shape of salt rheum on tho back of MattinglyJ. W., viewer on one day my hands. I spent sixty dollars trying Manning John 11., sheriff bo cured by tlio treatment of to election August 1891 nnd taking other medicines, and Martin 0. ft, judgo same nover found any benefit from any treatment until I commenced taking g, S. S. Samo services as justico five days That cured mo sound and well, nnd now n well man. I took only Morris A. It., clerk election I feel that I am August 1891 three bottles. 1 havo recommended tho Meyer M., right of way or tho medicino ton great many people, f.... road i " nnd find that it is benefitting them as well ns myself." S. S. Bvkiikm., Horse Samo trustee for Jiis, Hampton ;'i,iji,r:.;.. Plains, Montana. S. S. never fails to relievo tho worst Moyer Leo fuse, powderVand . 6. rope on road cases of blood poison when taken by tho somo vital" organ Morgan W. II., nctf.exrTcnso,,, " directions, convoying prisoucrffeljail.N hosbecomo impnlred, po ns to render n euro impossible. Wo will mail a valua- Miller Ciias. ftfW" deputy ' sheriff ble book on tlw blood and skin to any Mattingly 0. B., work on will apply for it. who Cloverport bridge.- SWIFTSI'EOIFIO CO., Atlanta, Gn. . i, , Continued from Second Page. Same for goods, etc., furnished Mrs. Scott Allen Same as trustee for Marion Dean Gregory G. If., judge election August 1801 Gallaway Mandavillo boarding bridge hands. Gilbert Sam'l. sheriff elect-tio- n August 181)1 . . . f Goodman Phillip keeping Emma Clark and child six weeks. ,. . . Glasscock W. X., viewer on , . i I ... roau one nay,. Getzandamer G. J., making spouts for court house etc. . , Gardnier J. II., trustee for !Kl.20 JUST WHAT EVERY FARMER WANTS. J. P. IIarwki.i.. FlIAN'K H.INWK1.I 25.00 'J.00 8.40 2.80 . SADDLES iLJuAt EH ' Mm: Mi TECH n rO IN . L3 S Kl?7? IT C Gr W rm -- fc .1M 1 "B m - . llrt "atsW .- CHILLED PLOW. 24.00 1.00 7.15 12.00 82.00 3.1 G OD.LLARS And nil kind of i ? K: ifc?" . .... MiORK:- Manufactured by a " .1.4.') 2.00 15.00 J. "K & M., 'P. Haswell, Sz Son., mijuuiiiw .. " ""li" ..iii'mtii A IUL1 Hardinsbukg, Ky. SWEEPING SUCCESS. " 114.00 15.00 i "" ., -- ., - 200 .Miller II. 13.71 right of way :w.oi 5.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 1.50 2.00 1.00 I v Bra-shea- two-days..- 1.00 2.00 ,.",0 on road Millcr.Bcn T., same Same services as justice live days Samo as court houso fence commissioner Miller Matthias admr. right of way 011 road Same for same Moorman .Tease .same Alcauor hlilm viewer one day Miller J. P., same one day Morton' II. L., same three -- days Mercer AI. J. witness vs Gray- son county fivo days Alercer X. T., same three days Alercer G. T., cleaning drift from Dent's bridge Samo making bridge on Dent's bridge and Kosctta road . 23.24 - 20.23 Ithodes Win. E., viewer of rol(J three daya , "ickctts J. li., team, .lumber iaiid,laboron,public road 15.00 Bobbins Vitula tax twice paid , 5,00 Bichardson D. S., .0110 paup- "" ' 3.C0 GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for Our new "GRANITE" Chilled Plow has gone to tho front with wonderful strides. It is now an acknowledged leader with all who havo' used il. ' Its special merits aro : - , 1st. Perfection in outline and shape. - 104.40 0.40 40Q 1.00 1.00 1.00 2nd. 3rd. 4th. 5th. 6th. 7th. Reapers and Mowers, ftrnin er -S25.00 -- 10.00 coffin , .. BobanhvTno. II., yiower of - road.ono. day 73.00 Bobertson Thos. samo one day 1,00 Bobertson It. G., chairman 1.00 Prill. Fprtllizer PlH-m- jiiBti bv r, Cemnnt, Micb Salt. Lime. Cool Oil Great turning capacity. . New combination of metals, hard, yet tough. Patent adjustable slip heel, for compensating wear .and giving suck or pitch to plow. " " , Runs steadily and is very light draft. . Each plow has one point for soft and another for hard dry . , 1 '.-- - soil. ' hc BKrH, Plaster Hair, Tine .Brick, & Plow Eoplar Shingles ly .11M. With all its advantages it is sold at tho same price as " ferior Chilled Plows. . in- onoday Ryan Thos. O , special sur- veyoroiio day 3.00 Robinson J. W.; two sign boards (1,44 4.44 Roberts L. T., trustee for Charlotto Franz 20.00 Ramsey Wm. I, as deputy . ,3.00 1.50 32.00 20.50 2.88 2.00 250.00 40.00 4.00 20.00 0.75 00.00 15.00 51 1,00 Handles, Pine Flooring kept on hand. Orders ac- companied by cash prompt- Prices and Description of Avery's "Granite" Chilled Plows. NUMBER. TURNING CAPACITY. PRICE. i,'.' BANK OF ... 14 15 .V ' . 'm' ',7 ..sheriff 1801 7 to 8 inches. Samo sheriff election August ( . . n I llnli I 1.- 1HlMimillgl prisoners h.i " I J, to 1J .A.....i1. VWlitCJflll jail (net ex- pense) 1.90 2.00 .Miller Alattliiasjail com 91.75 4.55 5.80 2.00 2.00 8.80 20.00 51.50 0.00 2.00 15.00 2.00 2.00 1,018.49 il.OO Murray 11. ft, clerk election August 1891 Miller J. ft, judgo same lAIullen J. M., services as justice five days Miller It. X., trustee for Silas Prite Alattingly Wm. T dumber on public road AfcGary II. AL, court house foneo com AIcDaniol W. (Boland J, II., judgo, same bhollmnn R. A., bm'lding .beech fork bridge 1,05 75.00 Samo lumber and labor on Clover Creek bridge 2.00 Smith Jcsso ft, one pauper 2.00 coffin 17.00 EAUDINSBUEG Capital Stock $25,000. .10 16.1 , 17' 18 8 9 10 11 12 " " " " " 9 10 11 13 14 " " inches. ' . S5.50. G.50.- M " " ' 8.00. 9.00. 9.50. '10.00.' . Right or Left hand. Smith T. L., trustee for W. R Smith 15.00 Same work on public road tools 20.00 Severs J. J., trustee for Char- 'otto Bruner 15.30 .Same services ns justico fivo 5.00 A Trial will convince every Farmer of its B. F. BEARD, President. WILL A1ILLEK, M. Merits. II. BEAKD, Caahler. 1 B. F. AVERY & SONS., Director! Q. W. BEAUD Jays .Siaton John fees as jailer Same hauling stone and , guarding 'prisoners $229.55 .less 94.75 for stone sold Severs D. II., fees as Same as jail com.. Same travoling expenses as jail com , Same due on settlement as for 1890 St Clair J. V., clerk August election J891 Springato II. ft, judge samo. .. Squires Horace trusteo for Susan ABkins , Shellman J. AL, viewer for :. .road two days Shelby ft J., two . pauper ff M0IUU8 ESKRIOQE J R. M. JOLLY. Manufacturers of Cast, Steel and Chilled Plows and Cultivating Implements, J., judgo elect2.00 8.00 d, 50.00 2.00 20.00 20.00 20.19 10.00 2.00 2.50 5.25 4.00 20.00 7.30 1. 00 ion August 1891 McGlothlan Bros., two pauper coflins Samo bal. on knapping hammers and four meals to prisoner AlcCoy Sauford right, of way for road to bo paid when com. reports road open Ale Adams EI ih u powder, etc. used on public road AIcGary Win. hammer handles for prisoners AlcCoy II. II., trustee for Joe Dent .j Nottingham G. P., judgo of election August 1891 Norton Isaac sheriff same Norton John It., trustco for Swain Norton Norton Aaron poll tax paid for AlcXorton Same sheriff election August . 1 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 134.80 13.00 75.00 11.551 419.50 2.00 2.00 20.00 2.00 .00 LOUISVILLE, KY. 4.00 150.00 1.15 1.00 30.00 2.00 2.72 20.00 3.00 2.90 2.00 3.44 3.00 72.45 2.00 125.00 2.00 4.00 13.00 8.00 2.00 B P&; 1 feSSBHjK t JJIsiiup'h IlusiDUNCK, kCutlier Nov. 7, 1889., f The llov. J. KossMel, ot above place, writes : I nave sulTorod a gruat doal, and whenever I feel no a uenoun attack coining on I take a dose of 1'autor Koonlg'8 Nerve Tenia and feol I think a groat dual of It, and would .ralhir bo without bread than without tho Tonic Marquette, Mich., Bread. XI I Well Nuti(lca. coffins 1891 . 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.0Q Nimino T. AL, clerk same Norris W. T., sheriff same Owen W. J., viewer of road three days Owen J. T. F., labor, lumber and nails on bridge Same viewer of road two days Owen Sallie right of way for road Oelzo'R. L., clerk August election 1891 : Pate ft L., conveying Pete Aleridith to jail Parker Giles earing for public privy u... two pauper Payne J. H coffins..., Parks S. J., judgo August election 1891 Parson Tlios. II., witness vs Grayson count two day (1884) Squires John poll tax paid for Hawkins Slierron Dan Airs., right of way Speak Henry same Stuart H. 1)., judge election August 1891 Smith k Buzhy horso and .buggy to N. F. bridgo per Juo. Hook , .Turpi n B. G., damago to garden by jails builders Tucker Jesse W., sheriff August election 1891 Tucker Samuel judgo same Witt J. A., medicine to . . paupers Whitworth J. B., goods and cash to Boso Daughcrty Same clerk August election -- Waltbm, Tex., Oct. 11, 1890. About!!;, yearn ago my son had the first ateiillupUo dizziness and sudden Illness. tack of different doctors did him no good ; on tho , 3.00 Vi.contrary, hls.caso crew worso, and tho attacks b. emit) moro trequeut and sovero until ha even 7.02 hud 1 to 0 attacks daily. After taking 3 bottles ot lstor Kovulg's Nerve Tonlo the attack's 100.00 ml in ly ceased. IIKNIIY i MUELLEU. A Valuable) .Boole on Nervous 2.00' viHouso neni jiijo 10 any suaress, and poor patients cm sIko obtain this inotllcliio fioo of chance. This. mmadv has been nrenAred bvtho Reverend Pittor Koenlff. otJ'oi-- t Wayne. Ind, since iBX, and 2.50 (snow prepared unaerlus direction by the KOENIQ MED.CO., Chicago, III. 2.50 BoldbyDrninrlstsateiporDotUo. 0 for 85. Imtkb 8lzo, 1.75. O Dottles for 80. 2.72 2.00 cures JAver Complaint, I FREE I tAdUur 52.95 11.00 Affeetto,, and t'oitlveness. At druetrlsts. Frlco S3 cts. ,.,. Price 50 cts. For Sale by A. R. FISHER. 1891 2.00 20.00 30.00 2.00 22.85 1.00 " n&mmm Relievos quickly Bheumatism, Neuralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago, Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, Burns, Scalds, Soros, Backache, &o. gaM-iB-3-- 7 3.00 219.27 22.88 25.00 25.10 085.20 50.00 1.00 3.00 2.00 15 00 i'.OO 4.00 phy-sicia- Pierco B. 11., holding six courts of inquest for lunacy Parr F. G judgo election August 1891 Perkins'W. V., lumber on public road Samo lumber for approaches to beech fork bridge to bo paid when work dono Pile Gcorgo right of way for , road Potts J. I)., viewer, on road one day Pool John W., work N. F. bridge Piiiliain Jas. repairing court houso roof Payne S. It., trusteo for Susan W. K., right of wny for road Wilson W. D., same Samo as chairman two days. , . Samo for lumber upper Bock Lick bridgo Wheatloy David chairman onoday Worley Nancy trusteo for Alariali Bobards M.WIII.VriK. Withers OIL SALVATION drugglttt.) 25 all Prlc only cents. Sola by AF2 mm m bast $m u;ep ,.& 5?f?"v I K-. trig AMr IACft .. Foi fDt?llHfe. null- - UIV. lsv YuA pR RteilMM . cure; , ' taEDY oHEAPPLicn0! .....Q f.l . 3.00 2.00 5.00 .iJSi:- -- 'uwasmmmmmmmmmmmm " Payne - 20.00 10.00 2 85 4.00 2.50 S.10 $!!f...- - nnd-befor- o Pilo Joel II., clerk election August 1891 Payno AI. P., sheriff samo J'arrisli D. B., sheriff samo Pickerel C. D., judgo same Parsons J. W., services at justico fivo days Payno Frank powder, fuse, etc., 011 Patterson hill .Ithodcs F., ditch at North fork brldgo Itoff Lowis judge August election 1801 Total amount of claims allow- . cd nt November term 1891,. Amount of jail dobt 3.50 One note duo B. F. Beard lnt. on.samo to Jan. 1, 1892.. Ono noto duo Will & John 20.00 Aliller In't. on same to Jan, 1, 1892. . .')0.00 Two, notes duo J. T. Skill-ma- n $1000 each 1.00 In't. on samo to Jan. 1. 1892. . Two notes duo A. B. Skill- 24.50 man trustco for F, Walters $1000 each 2.00 In't. on samo to Jan. 1. 1892. . One noto duo Henry Aloor- 48.04 man In't. on samo to Jan. 1. 1891. . 2.00 Bal. on noto duo B. F. Beard 3.12 In't. on samo to Jan. 1, 1892. . .3.04 2.00 1 9,759.15 1,095,00 1,000.00 55.00 1,000.00 65.00 2,000.00 110.00 THE ST. LOUIS MS& rX!sViiVBsssMiMsMVH Weekly Consists of 10 pages. dlote - Democrat OP THE AGE ! k THE BEST NEWSPAPER m00 2,000,00 110.00 500.00 27.50 4(14.84 --- NOTICE, FRUIT GROWERS I 25.50 $28,602.05 Make jour ordors bjr the 1st of October and wo Total )lIOUIICKS. will furnish you any kind of ' 15.00 '.20.50 4.00 2.00 Amount in hands of J. S. DeJemette, sheriff, ns shown by partial settlement dated Nov. 20, 1801 Net indebtedness tPHTJIT TH3DIES. SJvtA.X,Z. 11,808.0!) 10,033.30 the principles of tho Republican Party and publishes in full (he speeches of its leaders. 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