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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 brc1891123001_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. DON'T EXPECT Too much from your adertlc-men- t. One bullet ntivir coniuvr-u- d Keep shobtini; nil army. away through the column ot the THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3t 1891. CROOK AND KELLY. Examine the Label On tlila paper and see how jroli itand. This I not put In the shape of a dun, lor we don't need do. nnd wrM like to i money, but the frlloiva we owe atliy them. VOL XVI. NO. 21. AFfEB THE STARTER. . DEATHBED SCENE DESCRIBED LOUIS HARRISON. BY SANTA CLAUS IS HERE ! Our stock AND i8 SO ARE Our lino of WE ! EVERY MONTH Shows a gratifying incrcaso in tho amount of Exchange and Custom work wo aro doing, and HOW THE TWO WERE UNION GENERALS CAPTURED. Tliejr Wore Tiilccn from Tliolr llciU In Cumberland, Mil., by a Couplo of During Hungers WI10 Intituled the Taction of Mosby. EVERY DAY customers They invariahly Tho death of General Benjamin F Kelly recalls vividly to mind ono episode in his career which lias beon strangely overlooked in all that has hcon written regarding his life nnd nrmy experiences during tho past few days Ills capture In Cumberland, Md., iu company with General Crook, during the month of Brings encouraging words from our February, 1804. Tho man who headed tho party and say 'Give me some more of the same kind," And that is what we aro doing fast as possible. If you have not tried us, do so at onco, and supply your-se- lf with tho Best Flour and -:- -:-- -:- -:- - - Meal Wo Manufactured in tho state. serve you promptly any day in tho week. If you want to buy Flour Dr Meal, send us your orders. Prices quoted on application., Respectfully, IRViHGTTlK NIILLEKG CO., IRVINGTON, KY. . . . &. Sanla Clans 41 Co. Safnt Nlchnlai finds the lioj s and girls of this have been so extremely irooil. that he despairs of lielnj able to reward them all Jn he has formed ..a teinnorarv partner person. So t .!. fnttlit ww m BI11D Wlin our iiriu. .'.. iicuiciiik int1 hi il.o v"''cern. He has crowded our store with myriads of things dear to juvenile hearts, and Insist only that we name -:-- Bottom knick-knack- Prices-:- s chlld-rens and In addition to toys and goods In general, wc show an endless prolusion of sensible and elegant gifts goods for people of all sorts, and purses of all degrees of fatness. W'c should like n chance to show them to you. Popular musical toys at all prices, ioc. ice China sets for little maids 1'lu.h goods at lair prices. I'lne photo albums 34, 40, 74, and gyc, Dolls without end 5, io, and 16c. Sec our French bisque dolls 95 In. long 34c. worth 75c. Superior l'rench bisque dolls, dressed, a, 74c. worth playthings, pleasing nnd durable. China cups and snucers a. 34 and 35c. French China sets, cup, saucer and plate a. 49c. worth 75c, An endless variety of dainty China novelties Flne'tollct soaps, 6 cakes In box, a. 10c. per box. 4pc. Water set with hammered brass waiter a. 99c. worth $1.50. Elegant cut glass cruet set with tray a. 99c. worth ?i.K. Superior cut glass castors a, 49, 74c, and f 1.00 worth twice the money. as. Glass syrup mugs asst. styles, a. 10c. worth with- Asst. styles of hne glass bowls, with and only 10c. out covers See our drummer sifters worth 15c. anywhere, only 10c. A large line of chamber sets In French, China hand painted and line decorated goods at popular prices. Also an elegant line ot French decorated China tea nnd dinner sits at al prices. A good hair brush, n good cloth brush only 10c. Tliien picture books for tlio little ones a. 5, and Ji.JS-Woo- who personally took chargo of Goneral Crook is still living in tho little town of Millwood, in Clarke county, Vn. His namo is J. L. Van Diver, und he still pursues tho occupation of a blacksmith, with a sido issuo of veterinarian, or, us ho is generally called, "horse doetor." Van Diver, who is now an old mant delights in telling tho story of that night raid into Cumberland, when the two generals woro taken from their beds and carried back into tho Confederate line3. It runs about Hko this: Van Diver was attached to a band of Confederates known as O'Neill's Rangers, whoso methods followed about upon tho sumo plan as thoso pnrsued by Mos-bThese rangers wero aware of the fact that Mosby had gono to Fairfax Court Houso in tho night and had taken Colonel Stoughton from his bed, and they conceived tho idea that they could enter tho city of Cumberland, where thero wero 8,000 Federal troops stutionpd. and bring out tho two Federal generals. Two young Confederates belonging to tho rangers' command lived in Cumberland, and had been in tho habit of making trips in und out' through tho lines These two wero Johnny Fay and Sprigg Linn, and they devisbd tho plan. General Crook had just been assigned to tho command of the department which embruced Cumberland, nnd had relievod tho luto General B. F. Kelly General Kelly had not yet left tho city, and was stopping nt tho St. Nicholas hotel, while General Crook had his headquarters at tho Rovero Houso. On that February night they slept in fancied security without tho slightest idea that thero wero Confederates within striking distance who would bo bold enough to make any attempt to enter the town. Van Diver and his bund were about twenty-sove- n miles from Cumberland. Tho snow, ho says, wjis two feet deep when they started down tho valley and crossed tho south branch of the Potomac. They forded the river in the running ico and slush, nnd tho water was high enough to wot every man. They captured tho first pickets with which they camo in contact, andby "st'rlngFng a Gorman soldier to tho limb of a treo by a bridal rein they secured from him the countersign, which was "Bull's Gap." With this password in their possession they moved on down tho county road to Cumberland. On tho way they ran into a squad of thiity or forty infantry, who halted them nnd demanded thut one dismount and givo the countersign. They dashed into this sqund und enptured them, broke tho guns, nnd, as Van Diver said, frightened them almost to death by tilling them that tho city of Cumberland was surrounded, nnd that by morning their generals would bo captured. lie told his prisoners that on account of tho depth of tho snow ho could not take them with him, but each agreed to take u verbal parole. They thon rodo deliberately into tho town as cool as though they wero Union troops, nnd when accosted informed the Inquiring soldiers that thoy wero scouts from New Tout," tie Wun ii DjIiir Ituco Truck " Copper hiiiI lln liiittitliK-i- l lln Llnnl Cl.u'h" to I'luy mi the Trurk Thut IlikV mid No Tlmn to l.nsu. 1 have lit'Kitiiti'il about giving to print the following true story of n "deathbed I had Beetle which oci'tirted in this city the description directly horn tho doctor In attendaucii. lie has lately left New York to continue IiIh profession and I am constrained to tell tho story ua he described It, suppressing all names Tho snow anil sleet dashed through the death chilling atiuosphero in wild The wind moaned a dlrgo wtrvea nmong the telegraph wires A solitary luicknnin, 'driven from his seat by tho warring elements, had ensconced himself inside his mournful looking vehiclo und tapped upon the frost covered glass to attract the attention of belated night owls. Winter in its eruelest phaso was upon us. In a dingy looking houso on Thirtioth street a young innn weak and emaciated tossed restlessly upon n bed. Ho was u ruco truck tout, and tho great mental strain he had been subjected tc for years in naming sure winners had left him an absolute wreck. His sunken' cheeks, his eyes ablaze with fover und his corpsollke pallor all denoted that ho had but u few short hOura to live. A professional nurse, with that cold, hos--' pital stretcher expression they ull possess, sat in a corner of tho darkened room and whiled away tho titno by figuring how tho nndertnker would man-ng- e to get the coffin around that narrow turn in the htairs. The doctor had been summoned, nnd when he rang tho bell tho tout waved his bony nrins nloft und shrieked "They're oil! Tenny In n walk! Tenuy gets all the monoy, and Sulvutor won't bo one, two, sixl" 1 1 clso-wher- : Q FURNITURE Consists of all tho latest stylos and kinds. With tlio goods nnd tho prices to pleaso all. comploto in every lino. : V-- r" r it SPECIAL. TOBACCO, & ' RICE, CO SODA, D - I CO n ' ! SHOT. POWDER. LOADED SHELLS. d5 LADVOPTnnnoTJSE Do you still Hko our Charter OaliBtovo aswdl aswhenwe first got it, JI.tv? Skiivant Oh. every bit as well, Ma'am. LADjf ov thk Housb- -I am expectliiK a friend to dinner with us next week, on purposo to show her ho w nlco our stovo cooks every thine, anil I want you to h.ivo a nlco dinner tor ns Hkiivant Indeed I will, Ma'am. Ihcro's no troublo to coolt nlco with tlutstovc. The irlivi On tizo Oven lioorn makes tt so much caler than other stoves I havo been used to. and I havo tso much moro t mo to make everj thing Just right Just look at that roll I I never havo bad luck with liro.ul, biscuits or cake, now. Ladv of Tit k Housk Why, how do j ou explain It ? SEitVANT-W- tll, I don't h.ive to watch everythlne so close for fear It will burn. You know how careful you have to bo y ,1th a I ak d ci slard. It is so apt to burn on top before It Is baked throuRh. The- - Charter O.tk bakes It perfectly without any datiKer of burnlnp. And then in roastli p a turkey, 1 dim t havo to keep bastlnx It every Jlvo minutes. It roasts beautifully brown without It. and without drl"K it up hko tho tlRhtoveni do. And you know how crisp tho blsculH aro without bcitiK h.irduntt totiRh. You always praised my biscuits, but if It wasn't for tho wlro (jauzo ot en door I know they wouldn't o near ns nice. I liopo I'll never havo to cook any whero acaln w hero they haven't got a Charter Oak Storo orCRange. I FLOUR : and -- :- - MEAL. '. ' V SUGAR, COFFEE, MOLASSES. 0003333333333333333303333 33333333333333333:33 CSX23D TUB TOUT'S CINCI1. Ho fell back on the bed exhausted as tho doctor entered the room. Tho physician removed his greatcoat uud the nurse shook the rttin und snow from it "Doctor, this Is a dreadful night. eupposo you are wet through?" Tho tout regained consciousness und muttered: "Tho track will bo heavy to1 morrow, and I've got a copper riveted, lead pipe, copyrighted, air tight cinelL. Firenzo in tho mud she swims in it-- She can make the pace so hot that tho track will he dry before hhe does tho first quarter." Tho doctor approached tlio bed, and touching the patient'H pulse said. "How do you feel?" "Well, I'll tell you." ho replied, "just how 1 feel about this. Tho Dwyers 'sta-bl- o is next to ours, und they tell mo Phil told mo this morning everything. that Blackjack wonld win in A'liorrible canter. You see, the party thut 'owns him wants to tnako n hogkijjing, und no ono knows that he's out for tho dust." Turning to the nurse tho doctor inquired, "Have yon notified his friends of his condition?' The tout sturted up und yelled: "Of course I have! I want to let 'em all iu on tho ground floor. Why, it's a little sui e money. I saw him tried nt daylight this morning. Ho mado tho first quarter iu 0:21 J. tho second in 0:07, nud tho third was so fast that it broke my stop watch and loosened threo of my teeth. How can ho loso it? Why', it's just like lulling through tho roof of 1 HENSLEY, JOLLY FARMERS SJJPPLY HOUSE, DEJERWETTE, HARDINSBURG, KY. FOR CMHJLS& FEV.ER, BILIOUSNESS, PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS. URE UURE FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R Jgg TAYLORS HARRY GUENTHER 401-4- 07 & BRO., East Main St., ow":e.:Ts:bo:e3o, :::z.Eisrc3-iisrEis-- From I ktz CENTrl PREPAREDBY MED.CO. 5T.L0UIS MO. Artist, nnd to 500 horse power. DO GENERAL THE A Meedl CAVALIER'S SONG. ret.. a miut." a xteed of mtilthlusHo Mpeed, keenet A uunril of im-tn- l All cIm- - u iioiiii" liimrtH dm-wo- , N iiifiinn. AIU'Immmi Thu miluli nuv f tin' 'iir linnm pruwdn, Tliu muliiiufiit Thudiiiiiiiii nt Hie Irumpi't lmil. Ilu Huiniilif Innn ln'UM'ii that iiime. And nli ilH'iliuiiiltirlnupnwwiif knlu'iitea, Win mix tlii'ii wart'oiitHwelU Muj title i mm iiucm tin uuu'vl brlu'ht. And iiiiiHi'a Mrnd from hull. Then iiiniiulrl tlii'ii iiiouiiIk. britt o Kiilliints Audiltm niir lirlitiL'M uimilne. DtuthuV i miriur, Kumeuml Honor, call L' to tlio Held UKitlnu. No Hhrun frtli luurrn hIiuII till imr uyo When the rmiird IiIU'h In our hand -Heart whole ue'll part, uud uo nhit alglie Fur the fu runt of tlio land: Let plplim Nniiiuu und craven wight ' Tho doctor looked very serious und said, "Ho will be dead in an hour." LOST BV A DIIRATII. nil. , oc. Our ioc. leader, 34 sheet piper and 24 envelopes in decorated box only ioc. See our large crystal glass pitcher only ioc. worth Several asst. styles French plate hand mirrors n. 5 und ioc. Don't forget that our jc. and ioc. 25c. Counters- Arc loaded with bargains to numerous to mention. We have a big stock of fine imported silk hand piinted goods, stripes und checks, nnd all the newest shades at rock bottom prices. Ladies and Gent's fine Imported linen handkerchiefs. In plain, white, hemstitched and borders Fine silk umbrellas with new stvlo handle at popular prices. A large line of German linen towels, linen throws In asst. styles. A fine line of white, nnd colored table linens. Ask to sec these goods, at prices to pieasc. mulT-lcrs- ln :CIoIBin$ Our stock In this department was ucver excelled for quality, styles and low prices. Should you want any thing In the clothing line, wc can styles, quality und prices. pleatcyou, both 111 1 ry us, Dre55 Good5 Our varictv of dress eoods is Immmcnse. We have all the popular new styles, trimmings, etc. Boots, Soes 22 gutters Do you need shoes or boots or rubbers of any kind, style or quality f Call und sec us, we are headquarters for all. kinds of shoes, and nt lowest prices. Don't for get the place. f GEO. YEAKEL & CO. BRANDENBURG, KY. Vfe "W. D. mn. n, Blder Ilaggaidi Norman Lockyer, Oenan Doyle, Hark Twntn, J. Chandler Harris, William Blaok, Has secured duiingl892 Eowellj, George MeriUlth, Andreir Lang, Bt. George MiTsrt, Budyard Klpllcgi B. Louis Bterenion. f. Clark Jitrj E. Wilklni, Frances Hodgson Burnett. And many other distinguished writer.. RuBieJI, The Sunday Sun Is tlio greatest Sunday Newspaper in tho world. PniCE 6C. A COPY. BV MAIL $2 A YEAR, Aii tires HUN, Now 'f'lli: York. "Oh, no, ho won't," the tout sneered. "Thero's not a dead ono in tho hunt. If any of 'em were stiff I'd know it. I tell you, Blackjack is full "of Tabasco sauce,-anhe'll leave ull them o'thor pings at tho post. Why shouldn't he? Do you CreeJr. know his pedigree? Blackjack is out of Vun Diver himself took tho responsiDark Lnntera, by Blackwell's Island, bility of securing Geuornl Crook from nnd bo's a born cracker." tho Revere House, and to tho well known Tho doctor felt his pulse again and Kuykendall was asslguod tho duty of sighed,-"- ! enn do no more; 1 must bo securing tho persou of General Kelly. going." The tout caught, ids urm nnd, Kuykendall took six men, nnd at 3:80 drawing his head down close to tho pilo'clock in tho morning tho scouts dis- low, whispered: "After tho Blackjack mounted and coolly entered tho St. race meet me in tho paddock. If you Nicholns. Thoy found General Kelly in win I've got to give fifty dollars to tho bed, and Kuykendall, who was known trainer, twenty-fiv- e to tho jockey nnd to General Kelly, having been captured twenty to tho stable boys. I'll put what's previously, recognized him nnd at onco left on tho next nice, und if, tho horso demanded his surrondor. The general wins, you'io iu on It. So meot mo in tho desired to know to whom ho was surrenpaddock nnd I'll cash your ticket." dering, nnd Kuykendall emphatically inThe doctor took tho dying man's hand formed him that it was to him (Kuykennnd said, "My poor boy, nro you predall), nnd him only, nnd told him fur- pared to meet tho Great Judge?" Tho ther that there was no time forcoro-inontout gasped, "I don't want to lueot tho Tho general accepted the posi- judge; the man I'm after Is tho sturter." tion and promptly obeyed. The physician pressed his attenuated Van Diver in tho meantime had re- hand, and, us tho moisture iguthcred in paired to tho Rovero Houso, captured his sympathetic eyes, nid,'Now turn in chargo by pretending to your face to the wall, my boy, and goto bo a dispatch bearfir to Goneral Crook, sleep." "1 will." tho tout muttered. and finally succeeded in reaching his "I'll get next to tho rail, bo that when 1 bedroom. Ho announced himself to tho turn tho comer thoy can t foul me.j astonished general us General Rosser, of Here's a telegram 1 just received from tho Confederate nrmy,, iuformed him tho owner, There's 50 to I on Blackjack; that ho was a prisoner of war, and told got it quick befoie thoy cut it down? i him ho had two minutes in which to I'll win" , dress. The general hesitating, Van Diver But ho didn't. Ue'quit in tho stretch told him that his clothes woro thero nnd and lost by a breath. Louis Harrison in that ho could either put them on or bo Now York Advertiser. taken as ho was. It is needless to say that tho general ST. GEORGE 1 It is Bald that in a dressed, and dressed quickly. They took near tho city of am)tiik. him to tho street. Van Diver mounted DRAGON. J Silence, in Kngland, a his horso and tho goneral was placod on huge dragon dwelt, whoso insatiable tho horso behind him. Thoy rode down maw Bcemed satisfied with nothing tho nnd wero joined by tho party who had could givo him, In thoir despair taken General Kelly from his bed nt the pcoplo among St. Nicholas, and in a little while they they east Iol a to detennino who confines of Cum- their dearest ones should bo flung to tho woro out beyond tho berland. Tho countersign, "Bull's Gap," beast, and tho lot fell to tho King's As sho wan going, like now stood them in hand, and they got a daughter. good start btforo tho alarm was spread. Jeptha's daughter, to meet her terriblo They roached Romney without any fato, sho was met by Gcorgo of enppa-doeltroublo, except an oxchango of shots who, after hearing her sad story, with a handful of cavalry that had got bade hor fear not, nnd making a sign of together and pursued them. tho cross ho brandished his lance, atThis was undoubtedly ono of the most tacked and transfixed tlio dragon, nnd daring exploits of the war which re- lending him into tho c'ty beheaded him sulted successfully, and, us tho old man in tlio presonco of all tho peoplo. For proud of this noblo deed luo beenmo tho Patron says, "I myhelf will dio a dragon in of it." It is struhge that it has beon over- Saintform England. Many leading his of dlseaso, while looked in all that has been written re tho victim to death, as euro as that which gardlng tho lato general. Washington would havo befallen tho King's daughPost ter but for her timely rescuo, has boon demolished by tho uso of fet S. S., and So San); tho Drafted Men, tho victim restored to health. Why should wo mourn conscriuted friend, Treatiso on Blood and Skin diseases Or shako at druft'u alarms? mailed free tlio volco thut Abr'tu send TU but To tnukfl us sliniUdor ara. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. y. a, -- Why aro lyric nnd dramatic nrtists so foijd of animals and birds? The tmes-tio- n has been repeatedly asked, but never, as far as wo know, satisfactorily answered Adelitia Patti always travels Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, with her canaries and several dogs. Cano Mills and Evap.orators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. Sarah Ucruhardt drags about u small Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d Machinery, meuagerlo with her, and nearly every singer nnd actress has a canine pet of Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and Leather Belting, soino sort Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, Laura Schiruier-Mapleso- u has a weakness for talking parrots, and possesses Pipe and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, soino remm kable. specimens of tliet-- orAnd all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. nithological lnpeds. (Jalignani Messenger. PRICES and all business guaranteed to bo satisfactory. JCr FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINESS. e ,It is an established fact that DoWitt's Little Karly Itisers havo an enormous sale, and why ? Simply becauso thoy aio pleasant in taking nnc happy in results. A pill for tho multitude. Sold by Shott & Ilayncs'. Tim Still low 'x Ituth. Have you ever noticed the pugnacious littlo English sparrow perforin his morning ablution? He hunts up a street sprinkling , ivtrt. takes his position in ,'front of it aiu stands there like a drum major close to tlio wheel as tho cart goes by. After icceiving tlio full force of tho water, he again takes Ids place' in front and ngnin awaits tho on coming of tho cart. This is repented until tho littlo fellow Is satisfied with his cleanliness.' Tho Euglish, sparrow is nothing if not metropolitan. Detroit Free Press. ' Correspondence solicited. I r pullnu trjo; '" Thus Our IjuniiiiwH I like men to Hunt, And heroliko tudlel -- William MnthurwcIL GIYB TJS -- A. OJLLXj. We aro now closing out our lino of It wis Mr. Kmorson who puid "tho first wealth is health," nnd It was n wiser than tho modern philosopher who paid that "tho hlood is tho life." Tho system, like tho clock, runs down. It needs winding up. Tho hlood gets poor nnd scores of diseases result. It needs n tonic to enrich it. A certain "viso doctor, after years patient study, discovered n medicine which purified tho hlood, gave tone to tho system, and made men tirdd, nermen feol Hko now. vous, Ho called it Ids "Golden Medical Discovery," It hns been sold for years, sold by tlio million of bottles, and peoplo found such satisfaction in it that Dr. I'iorce, who discovered it, now, feels in belling it under a. posiliyo giiarantco oflts dhing'godd in all cases. Perhaps it's tho nicdieino for yqu. Your's wouldn't bu tlio first caso of skin disease, or scrofula or lung disease, it has cured when nothing elfco would. Tho trial's worth making, Money refunded if and costs nothing. it don't do you, good. brain-wasting war-rentsalt-rheu- SUMM1I SUMMER LAWNS AND below cost. All things go cheap for cash, and especially our GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ETC. Wo muBt closo them out by fall to give room for our Our experience covers many ills, ninny 'pills and many bills. Our ills nro small, erf our pills nro smaller and our bills'aro smnller when wo usu DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers. Sold by Short & Haynes Shu Wax Iteuily. NEXW STOGK OK GOODS. t Pator (emphatically) Come nowl No That young noodlo has preyaiication proposed to yon. You may as well acknowledge tho corn. Daughter (bravolj ) I do. It is true, I acknowledge tho p;rcorn. Pittsburg Bulletin. Wo expect to handlo a lino of goods this fall that cannot bo surpassed. Wo havo on hand also, a splendid lino of ( Drugs and Patent Medicines and trial, and get bargain in something Como in givo us a a A trial convinces tho most skopticnl. In ouo of tho liest known lioudon res taurants the waiters are said to recgive Carefully prepared, pleasant to tho taste. mqro than $1100 tt weuk in tips. The DoWitt's Cough and Consumption Cure railway servants of Kngland receive is a valuable remedy by Short & nbont $1,500,000 every year iu this form Haynes. you need boforo this opportunity is gone Respectfully, WITT ME AD OR, HAItDINSBUItG, KY. from tho British public. Wo consume In thii country about 100,000,000 pounds of prunes annually Of this amount California produces about 17,000,000, and tho remaining pounds we import from Asia and Europe. Teoplo who have usod Lightning Hot Drops pronounco it tlio best general panacea. S. A. Steel, M. M?f "W. Va., & 1 "I It. 1$., Weston, W. Va.'says: have used Lightning Hqt Drops for over two years for both external and Internal complaints. 1 havo nhyays found it a ready panacea for all diseases for which it is recommonded. Our shopmen havo used it for cuts, burns, bruises, Bprains, colic, cramps, etc., and found it as I would not bo without it in my family for ten times tho prico of it." For salo by nil druggists for 25 nnd CO "All tho world's a Tho oxprch-sion- , stngo," though attributed to Shakespeare, An is found In the Latin of JouveuaL old Grecian author says, "Greece Is a theater whero njl aro players." every WATERPROOF COLLAR on BE UP CUFF TO THE MARK JSTot Risers cures constipation, biliousness nud sick headache Sold by Short it Haynes. "An honest pill is tho noblest work of DoAVitt's Littlo Karly the apothecary." to QuULt;! JXTot to JPJLMOOXoy I DEARS THIS HARK. THAT CAN BE RELIED ON TRADE Mmli3L3mfi EU-uuoid Stars seem to rise and set.llko tho sun, on account of tho earth's revolution on her axis. They seem to riso f.our minutes earlier every night, on ucconnt of tho earth's revolution iu her orbit What measures nro you taking to stop that cough? Let us suggest DoWitt'B Cough and Consumption Curo. It is fallible Sold by Short & Haynes. in- D Mark. CLEAN IN A MOMENT, NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. OAM M WIPED THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D WATEHPROOF rents. COLLAR IN THE MARKET. ''i- - rjgf' Breckenridge News. THE NfiW YEAH. On tho morrow will dawn a now year. Tho old year with its joys and sorrows will liavo passed away, and those of us who aro in tho primo of our strength and manhood will look hopefully to tho future. Forgetting all of tho past wo strlvo to llvo in tho present, nt tho samo time to build for tho future. As tho now year dawns, spreading its ray of light over a peaceful and prosperous country would it not bo well for us to stop and think. It is something to llvo when wo livo for a purposo.- - Thcro is much around us for many hands to do. Thcro is that which is honorable, and worthy of a noblo effort. Shall wo not then lay aside the trivial and foolish things and take hold with a masterly hand that which is alloted to us and do it with our wholo strength. This is tho idea. Bo manly, bo honest, bo sober, bo Industrious. Hail tho now year with gladncfas and make resolutions for tho future which will accomplish grander 'j- - . r "'nr,:wwr M SILAS FROM WASHBURNE PLEASURE RIDGE. WHO CORRESPONDENT TO KNOW A THING OR TWO. xr- - t WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1891. NO D.& VIKOILO. HAllIlAGIi, Kdltormnd Proprietors. A NEW WANTS if A; T. liOCHl Tlwo Card. Ei., HI. 10.0 a.m. Mall and Express going Knit -- 10.44 a.m. " West 5.57 p.m. Express " East 9 46 p.m. " West 11.19 a.m. " East Looa. freight West -- 10.05 a.m. " I. ' Has The County Judge No Discretion In the Matter of Granting Tavern License. VEST FOB a--o A Ilnppy Now Year to nil. aim iir.pursKNTATivn Thk grip is killing a number of pcoplo in.Louisville. Montoomehy mid Ellis ttro iu it. They got tho only chairmanships that camo to , m:oisl,atuue-avii- at is ni: NKNT T1IKIIK rOU. -- TUP. COIJUT or CLAIMS AMU THINKS IN UKNKUAfj. in thk Kentucky. "Wick Moorman says, no man was over A I cltcr With llic Hlglit Illiiff to II. hurt by handling fast horses. blow ones, says ho, It's tho that ruins. i. The first colored man ever raised to tho Catholic priesthood in tho United States was ordained at Baltimore last Saturday BiciiAitn Mansfield, a noted actor says that advertising in tho newspapers pays better than any other. Mr. Mansfield's opinion is eminently correct. and better things. Tin: Senato of tho shows many changes mndo by Legislatures tho past year, somo of which aro of no small significance Of courso Mr. is most conspicuously noted for his absence becausoof tho wayin which hew-adefeated in his attempts to succeed himself, and becauso his customary display of rhetoric and sarcasm will bo seen no more in reports from tho National cenMr. Blair also is noted for his abter. sence. Mr. Evarts, who was ono of tho strongest men on the Republican side, is l, Mr. succeeded by David B. Hill. of Illinois, is succeeded by Gen. Palmer. While Democrats aro glad of theso changes, most of them regret to sec Wade Hampton's chair occupied by another. While tho Senate is mado up of thirty-nin- o forty-seve- n Republicans, Democrats and two Alliance men, R is bafo to predict that any reasonable tarifT reform measure will pass tho Senate by a majority. Then Mr. Harrison's veto will be in order. In-gal- ls s Ear-wel- u v probably get Ixci alls, of Kansas, back as a member of tho United Slates Senate again. It is thought ho will bo appointed to Biiccccd tho late Senator w ill Plumb. Seven pcoplo wero killed and a number of otliprs seriously injured Christmas week by a railroad collision in Now York. The accident .was caused by a flagman stepping to one side to tako a Christmas drink. Tun colored people of the State are actively organizing in opposition to tho proposed law to require lailroad com-- . ,Ct graces. The matter 'panics to furnish separate cars for tho will como up before liV f Kw 1 Kentucky Republicans aro de" UtiES."" yiJBfof termined to fall out and fight among Wt&lOMCT Ir Mr. Severs, our Representative, will themselves it is nono of our say, bat devote his time and attention to securing when they run Georgo Jolly out of tho a good public road law for this county, District Attorney's Office it will be a hot he will do the pcoplo and tho public a day. Georgo is solid with uncle Ben. service that will be lasting and valuable. "What wo want in this county is a better A man who has practiced medicine system of roads. "What we w ant, and the for 40 years, ought to know salt from people want, is for Mr. Hovers to bestir sugar : read what ho says : himself in this direction. !"" '"&" If the Toledo, O., Jan. 10, 1887. BrsiNEss was never better in this city Our than during tho present holidays. merchants were all in fino spirits over the results of tho week's business, and as for Old Santa Claus, he was in high glee and dispersed tho good things with a r lavish hand. "Wo now hall tho New-Yea- with gladness and may it have much in store for us all. Cait. . A. T. Gilmoro, the veteran stcamboatman died at his homo in Louisville last Wednesday. Tho Captain was w ell and favorably known to the citizens A few years ago when of Clovcrport. we did all of our shipping and travel by the river, Captain Gilmoro was then with tho Louisvillo and Henderson Packet Ho was regarded as ono of Company. the most popular men of tho line. Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co., Gentlemen : I havo been iu tho general practice of medicine for most 40 years, and would say that in all my practico and experience havo never seen a preparation that I could prescribo with as much confidence of success as I can Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by you. Have prescribed it a great many times and its effect is wonderful nnd would Bay in conclusion that 1 havo yet to find a caso of catarrh that it would not cure, if they would take it according to directions. Yours Truly, L. L. GORSUCH, M. D Office, 215 Summit St. We will give $100 for any caso of catarrli that can not bo cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken internally. F. J. Chcnoy & Co., Props., Toledo, O. CSTSold by druggists, 75c. The merchants of this city, ono and all, and especially those who advertised, say that trade was novcr better with them. In spite of the bad w eather w Inch prevailed for two days before Chrismas tho trade of this town was nay ahead of all previous years. It shows what big stocks, live merchants and a livo newspaper can do when they all work together. The Louisville Market. Tho tobacco markat has been rather on a boom this week. The breaks have been crowded with farmers and tho offerings havo been largo and prices high. A gentleman on the breaks remarked this week that thero was ono peculiarity about tho tobacco market, and that was that tho stiffest market and highest prices was usually when the offerings wero heaviest. This is explained, howover, by the fact that when tho market is high everybody wants to sell and henco high prices and largo offerings are usually intimately connected. Thero is another feature of tho tobacco market that is peculiar to itself, and that is that hard times and close money matters docs not seem to havo any effect on it. Tho new crop has rather overshadowed tho old this week. Comparatively littlo old was offered, but the prices obtained for all grades of old was very satisfactory to sellers. Medium old Burley is selling at least $1.50 per hundred higher than two weeks ago. Tho now crop is selling nctivo and strong for all grades and types. Tho entire break at tho Globo IIouso on Tuesday was 43 hhds. and tho total salo acraged $12 per hundred, tho highest price being $20. Just how long this buoyanco will last no ono can tell. Wo do net beliovo a low days largo offerings can effect it. Manufacturers will continuo to' tako largely at liberal prices until their rcdrying houses begin to fill up, when, of course, they will caso ofT and then prices will weaken. Wo heard of ono country buyer paying $15 around for farmers' crops unprized. Whenever a farmer can get that much for his crop nt homo ho had better tako it. Farmer's Homo Journol. The Washington correspondent al of tho Courier-Journsays, Mr. Montgomery of the Fourth District, is happy. Ho got more than ho expected if ho had served Well this is in Congress fifty years. speaking of a gentleman in a very dishonorable way. There aro worse men than Mr. Montgomery, as thero arc abler men of course, but ho is every whit a Democrat and thoroughly sound on Tariff Bcfonn. The contest for the speakership in the Kentucky Legislature is warming up. It will not he quito so National in its character as tho election between Crisp and Mills in tho Lower IIouso of Congress, but it w ill bo of sufficient magnis. tude to interest many prominent are Tho Representatives and poligathering at Frankfort tically speaking, tho Legislature will bo quito a mixed body. Tho Democrats hold tho balanco of power, however, as usual, and tho Alliance element is not much in it. Ken-tuckianto-da- y Mb. Wattcrson, of tho Courier-Journdosen't sco much hope for Democratic success in tho present Congress under tho leadoisliip of Mr. Crisp, tho newly Mr. Crisp rewarded elected Speaker. those who supported him by giving them prominent positions on tho Committees in tho IIouso and thoso who supported Not Much of a War. Ho places Mills ho retired to tho rear. More than ono of our contemporaries on tho Committco of Ways and Means, Hon. A. B. Montgomery from this dis- havo alluded facetiously to tho "baking trict, n position heretofore held by W. C. powder war". Thero is no war of tho P. Breckenrldgo. character indicated. A certain baking powder achioved famo becauso it was Adjutant General Gross, iu his report bettor than anything that had previousto tho General Assembly, says of his ly been prepared, and becauso it was scaling of the bills presented for the Sec- advertised in a liberal, original and ond regiment's encampment: "My de- judicious manner. Tho success of this cision has been rendered according to powder led to imitation, as success tho law as I construed it; therefore, in always docs, but to assert or to intimate justico to my own honor, and in justco to that thero is war between tho Royal of Kentucky, I feel that I Baking Powder and its more or less tho An feeble imitators suggests tho picture of a could not havo acted otherwise." honest man could havo dono nothing death grapplo between an englo and less, and certainly nothing less could a housc-ily- . havo been expected of Jack Gross. Ho Notice. lias been universally applauded for his I havo closed out my grocery business vigilance in detecting, whllo ho was yot now in tho harness, this scheme to gougo iu this city and must closo up all acthe Stato, and for courageously refusing counts at onco. Thoso indebted to mo to permit it to go on, Oftensboro Mes- will pleaso corno forward and settle. B. E. MoonuAK. senger. tax-paye- Ridoe, Dec. 21th, 1891. Mn. Editoii Your letters on men and things, and events in general havo been far between theso last few years and if I should venture a thing or two hero I want you to bo patient nnd forbearing. You havo a good county paper, read hero and thero nnd everywhere, and it is read principally for tho good tilings it contains. Letter writing to nowspapers is an every day business witli many pcoplo and itrs wonderful, when wo think about it, how much good reading nnd how many sublimo thoughts aro grouped together in them sometimes. Tho letters of weekly contributors to newspapers aro in a measure educating tho masses and if by n streak of ill luck theso world of contributors should bo suddenly stricken from tho newspaper file, tho calamity would bo appalling. Weokly and monthly tho progressive newspaper adds to its list the best writers on tint mobt popular events to bo found. Not to droll out in detail ideas upon antiquated subjects, but to erapplo witli the progressive ideas of tho period, and happenings of tho eventful now. A few years ago tho people of Breck enridgo read with somo degree of interest tho lcttera of Dr. J. II. W. Frank contributed weokly by him to youi paper. , The doctor did not pleaso everybody, nor did jio undertake to do that, but thoso whom ho did please ho pleased wonderfully well. The doctor had a knack of striking fore and aft, and tho fellow that stood in his way was certain to get hit. When ho said a bad tiling it was usually very bad, and tho fellow that his remarks happened to hit was gener ally stirred out of his boots. If you jvcro closo by you would bo apt to hear him say something liko this, "Thero now, what's that old boh of a gun writing about mc for." Yet, public opinion, nor tho opinion of an individual over disconcerted tho doctor in his blunt manner of expression in the newspapers. Reared in a newspaper office, ho was accustomed to sucli things, and tho sharpo retort of any person Boldom mado any chango in his manner of saying things. I remember, as you and others remember, that ho often gavo us straight tips, and a clear insight into many public mat ters. For this reason his letters wore read with interest and generally commented upon. It is not the doctor's style of writing though, that I specially commend, but I do liko a plain, simple method of dealing with men and measures. Wo have a county paper and its columns I presume aro always open to a fair and just criticism of men and tilings. Therefore let us tome down to our knitting. I wish to know why we havo so many saloons in tiic county outsido of tho incorporated towns? Has the County Judgo no discretion in tho matter of granting license ? If not then wo aro at of a bad business. If ho the thresh-hol- d has discretion in tho matter, and at ono tinio such was tho law, let him assert it, in tho namo of good morals, or elso somo of our littlo hamlets will go on from bad to worse until tho morals of their inhabitants will bo boyond redemption. I throw this out as a feeler to tho judgo that ho may discern that public opinion In Breckenrldgo is aver-s- o to establishing Baloons in unincorporated towns. Another thing. Tho Legislature mcete tliis week. This county sends a very creditable Representative. A man who doesn't know everything about his county us a majority of people think ho docs, but a man of a well balanced mind, and with a disposition to keep tho right thing before him. Havo tho people suggested to Mr. Severs any changes of a public nature" that they want mado. Havo they indicated to him what measures they-favo- r along tho lino of law making for them and tho stato at largo. I dare say they havo not, and as Mr. Sovers doesn't carry his county in his vest pocket wouldn't it bo well for them to indicate to him what thoy do favor. Tho new Constitution prohibits local legiblatlon in a largo measure, certainly, but there is a matter of wide spread interest "that will bo sprung in tho present General Assembly. That is tho consolidation of tho ofllco of jailer and that of sherifT. Do wo wish Mr. Sovers to fnvor a measure of tills character ? Then he should bo so advised. Tho section referred to is as follows: "The General Assembly may, at any time, consolidate tho offices of jailer nnd sheriff in any county or counties as it shall deem mostexpedient, but in tho event such consolidation is mado, tho ofllco of sheriff shall bo retained, and the sheriff shall bo required to perform the duties of jailer." I think, Mr. Severs personally, favors tho adoption of this section, us a law to bo mado applicable to his county, but do his constitutonU generally favor it. Thcro is yot another matter of public interest. Tho now Constitution, Sec. 148 Bays, that no county shall havo more than eight districts, nnd but ono Justico of the Pcaco elected in each district. As Breckenridgo is a largo county this section may necessitate a chango that will interest many of us. Our County Levy Court as at present constituted deserves attontion and I may havo something to say to thom at another time. Ricab Wahiiiiviik. Fi.KABimn Pure -:- - Groceries v. '4fcr M im FOB Soots and Shoes. to Prices Always Right. v .y - THE OLD RELIABLE BOOT 'SHOE SHOP IRVING-TON- , T.J. MORRIS, KY. Clothing, Hats and Caps and Gent's Furnishing Goods. As wo soil our stock at cost frofn now until after Now Year, call in and price our goods, you will be sure to buy from Goodman & Klein. I have recently bought out McGlothlan Bros., Boot and Shoo Shop of this place, and am now prepared to do any and all kinds of work in T. J". MORRIS. that lino. I invito my old friends to give mo a call. TOBINSPORT, IND. Miss R. Adams is spending the holidays at homo. Miss Delia Leaf has been on tho sick list tho last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Wcatherholt visited relatives iu Cannelton last week. Mrs. Emma Smart, of Clovcrport, is tho guest of Mrs. Waldo Simons. Mr. Nat Harris, of Mowequa, 111., is hero spending tho holidays with his brother. Dwight Leo and Eugene Vaughn aro visiting Mrs. Grace England during tho holidays. tree and entertainment at Tho tho BaptistYhurch was quite a success eve. Mrs. Bell Allen, of Louisville, after a pleasant ytelt with her brother, Mr. T. Groves, returned homo last week. My items tho last two weeks havo failed to reach yo editor, although thoy wero Btarte'd on their journey. Our popular trustco is soon to tako unto himself a partnor. .May thoy novcr "Polk" through life, but always bo jolly as a "Crow." Mr. J. C. Ryan nnd Miss Maggie Allen wero married at tho Baptist church Wednesday evening, Dec. 23, 1891 and left on tho train for Louisville on a bridal trip. Mrs. Marion Polk died at her homo Thursday evening, Dec. 24, of typhoid fever. SHo leaves a husband and two small children and many friends to mourn her loss. Chas. Horr, manager of Tell City Hubb and Spoke Factory, loaded n bargo with timber at Frank's Landing and sunk it. Tho steamer Littlo Albert camo up and raised it. Quito a lot of tho timber was washed away, Tho many friends hero extend their sympathy to Mrs. Sallio Bouldinghouso and family in the loss of her husband who died in Cannelton and who was Deceaso, Mr. buried hero Saturday. Bonldinghouso, has been a sufTercr for many years. Ho was well known here and a former resident of this place for ' many years. X-mX-m- Goodman & Klein; CLOVERPORT, KY. $s- Skipped the Country. Some days ago "Cub" Amnions skipped out from his homo in Robert's Bottom abovo Stephcnsport, nnd left several creditors to mourn his absence to tho extent of about$G00. Thoso hurt tho most by his premature departure aro C. M. McGlothlan & Co., Miss Eliza and L. T. Roberts. Cub was a very religious nnd young man, and this escapade is quito a surprise to everybody. Bra-shewoll-behnv- H r ar flnr Hi He Aught to Be Happy. When a man wakes up on the morning of Jan. 1, conscious that ho has a dollar in his pocket, that ho has a good position, that his clothes aro seasonable and abundant, that his rent nnd board aro paid far a week in advance, that his health is good and that his best girl promised the night before to marry him in tho spring, it is perfectly allowable for him to get up, poso before tho looking glass in his nightgown, shako his own hand and wish himself a Happy New Year. 1892 NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD The Best and Cheapest Family Journal In the United States. To Advertisers If you wisrj and need instruction, send one dollar for our "Book for Advertisers." 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I havo Four for sale partially described as follows ; "I -- J. One containing SO acres adjoining lt Dgtonf au cleared. No improvements. A splendid piece of land for a garden farm. One containing 115 acres adjoining & Irvlngton, with good dwelling house, If so WANT A BARGAIN me and I will soli you one W. R. LOGAN, Manager. J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. L.LAA fr&5&fi3&4 OJ good !B TIRED FEELING, IASTES RIGHT TO YOU LITTLE OR NO APPETITE, 1600 nice apple trees 3 years old, balance in grass, in all barni, two good clitemi NOTHING ? i a nce little comfortable farm, If ta buv a 50 cent bottlo of LEMON CHILL One containing 140 acres adjoining TONIC nnd &so what a chango it will malto. O This Tonlo is not only tho Surest Remedy for Irvlngton, with good dwelling house Chills, hut as a jsiooa runner ami Appetiser ja and out houses, splendid barn, good hearing Pleasant iib lemonade. Children uneaualed. orchard, a splendid never falling spring. All cry for 't the land in good set of gins. This Is a splenEVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED. did farm a&d now In fine shape to make . money on. containing 101 acres, two miles f ''froiu Irvlngton, In good state of cultiCLOVERPORT, KY.- vation, good orchard,' good barn and cheap dwelling. This farm I w'H tell much helot Administrator's Notice Its value. LAND FOR SALE. a All persoui knowing At Irvlngton you have the advantage of lies In IlreokenrMgo county, on Tlit farm Indebted to estate of W, W. Smart, deceased, aro ro the bead water! of Loni? Llok and schools, church, p;st office, oxpress office, flourtnlto from tba L. U. A V, ralload, und li well (jueited to come forward and settle at onco ing mills and railroads leading in all directions Improved. Will sell ai a whole or divide In and save costs. All persons holdln claims I will be glad to show either or all of these tract! to lull purcbnien. For further In- against said estate are hereby notified to them to tbo undersigned properly proven places to persons wishing to buy at any time. formation nddrcia for payment. W. W. LEWIS, Tt. AX. .TOLIVV, Owoneloro, Ivy. J Dec. 1, 1891. CHAS. II. 8MAIIT, Admr, Irvlnf ton, ICy. vim J W- - rrvv For Sale by A. R, FISHER, -- them-elve- ono-ba- lf pre-se- nt ing tho holidays visiting relatives in tliis City. Forrio Wilkureon nnd Clinrliu Babbnge two of tho most successful drummers that go out of Louisville, spent their Christmas at home. Stale Treasurer Halo has notified Gov. Brown that ho will not qualify on Jan. 4 as required by law. Tho Governor will appoint his successor. The contract for enrrying tho mails Louisvillo nnd EvmiBvillo on. the river has been let to tho Louisville & OKT3B Evunsvillo Mail Company for $13,500. Both tho method and results when There were n few cases in tho Mayor's Syrup of Figs is taken; it is plcnsnnt court last week, mostly for plain Christand refreshing to tliotnsto, and acta mas drunks. There wero no serious disturb gently yet promj)tly on tho Kidneys, nnces and no ono hurt that wo know of. Liver and Bowels, demises tho system effectually, dispels colds, headMiss Ella Goodson requests us to reaches and fovers and euros habitual turn her thanks to tho Indies and gentleconstipation. Syrup t 'gs is tho men of the Baptist church, who presentonly remedy of its kinu over proed her on Christmas day with n hand-som- o duced, pleasing to tho tusto and ac-pnlntlng in water colors and n bamceptablo to tho stomach,' prompt in boo enscl. its action nnd truly beneficial in its Joo Williams, a prominent farmer liveffects, prepared only from tho most n ing near Ilawesville, was killed at healthy and agreeaolo substances, Dec. 24, by an Air Lino train. its many excellent qualities comHo was druuk and a sleep on tho track mend it to all and have mado it and the train came nlong nnd crushed tho most popular remedy known. his head. Ho was a man of family. Syrup of Fi for snlo in 50o and $1 bottles by all leadlnt; drugCol. Norvin Green, the great Western gists. Any reliable drugeist who Union telegraph man, sent his cousin, may not havo it on hand will pro-eur- o Mr. John Ball, who lives out at Mnttingit promptly for any ono who ly, his chech for $50 as a Christmas gift. wishes to try Do not accept It comes in very good play as Mr. Ball any substitute. was recently burned out and needs it. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Ho apprcciats tho favor. 8AH FRANCISC ), CAL. Dr. R. L. Newsom and Judgo J. Allen LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, H.Y. . Murray wero at Frankfort Inst week with petitions, largely signed from this county, Meade and Grayson praying the pardon of Judgo A. M. Pulllam. They think there is a good showing for his reOffice in Dr. Wdte's old ttand up tlairs. lease Court Duncan returned to his. place CLOVERPORT. KY. with II. C. Armstrong yesterday evening. S. S. His time was not up, but a postal from tho house said tho fellow in his plnco & wns "no good" and they wanted him back. When a boy or man fills hisplace o so well that they can't' get nlong without him, you bet thnt boy or mnn will sucA. ceed. -- t JjfrfflJP'ffiQ Mr. J. Mrs. 1). HambiUou nnd wife, and spend- BRANDENBURG. Hcru'8 lookln' at you. Will Cnspi'rko wns in I ho cily Inst week. When you come to Brandenburg stop nt tho Howard Hotel. Taylor Hnynes snys ho is getting nlong" nicely with tho Lcitchflcld well. Look out for thoso counterfeit dimes, they aro getting quite numerous. Thero is nothing llko having n neat, 's tasty, littlo wifo. Look at Georgo show window. If thero is no fake about tho Professor's fortune, it will soon bo " Mr. Teboo Esq." If thero is, it will bo tho sumo old "John." Tho young folks closed Christmas dny with a nice social party up stairs qver Novitt & Cough's drug store. It lasted till tho wee hours. Cattle and hogs, in largo quantities are being shipped from this place now on almost every boat, whilo tho railroad is doing 11 liko amount of business. Allen's storo front has received n now coat of paint as a Christmas gift. That's right, let others take the cua from Ditto & Allen nnd help brighten up tho town. Dr. nnd Mrs. Wells, nfter wandering about for somo time, have, at last settled down at Paris, Ky., and they Want their old friends hero to know it. Their prospects aro flattering. Charles Wardrup, a twelvo year old son of Davo Wardrup, disappeared from his homo near Wcldon last Friday and has not been heard of since. Ho has relatives near Stephensport. Tho pleasant no, I didn't say pretty faco of Z. T. Herndon is seen on our streets onco more. Ho came homo from Akron, 0., to spend Christmas with his family and old friends. W. II. Rhodes, Paynesville, contemplates moving to this city in tho near future. Payncsvillo's loss will bo Brandenburg's gain. Mr. Rhodes is a never-tirin- g hustler, and a desirable citizen to have in any community. Every body is wetting his thumb, preparatory to turning tho usual now leaf Now Year's and the saloons had just as well close up for tho next thirty days. It usually takes about that long for tho good resolutions to blow over. As was predicted in this column last week, Mrs. Malln succumbod to a com plication of la grippe and other nlllictions, inst. and died last Thursday, the2-itSho had more than lived out her three scoro and ten and leaves many relatives and sympathising friends to mourn her loss.- - John Burks, Henderson, aro Henry Winter. Wm J. Winter. Jo liu M. Borntracger, A STATEMENT. As the year of 1891 is approaohing early "post-morte"ante-mortedisso-lution, EJIVJOY Can-nelto- we desire to make a statement not in the nastatement, ture of a or but one assuring our friends and patrons that they have 'helped us liberally toward our very large and successful business season, for which we extend our thanks. We further desire to assure the public that bur remaining stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits and Overcoats will be closed out for the next ten days at a sacrifice, to make room for our spring manufacture. m" D "In Times OF PEACE Prepare FOR WAR." . r In warm weather prepare for cold. In cold weather prepare for colder. Be provident, be wise, be thoughtful, Be economical. Likewise be prompt. Delays are as dangerous now as ever. Come and Inspect our Stock of , j Julius Winter & Co., 01tl Reliable" Clothiers Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky. -- Winter Goods, Cloaks, it Overcoats, WE ARE.OFFERING GREAT BARGAINS t" s; Dr. J. M Clayton, IN. rfifysfFOLLOWING LINES OF Flannels, Blankets, Etc. Physician Dr. Surgeon. UNDfeRWEAR Men's Scarlet Shirts and Drawers. Men! Fancy Vertical Striped Shirts and Drawers. Men's-Gold-Mixed Watkins, Physician Surgeon, SULZER'S, D ! Tho regular andro-liabl- e Furntturo dealer is always on hand with a full stock cluding In- . t OANNELTON, 1ND. Suits mado to order In tlio best stylo, Perfect fit gunrantced. Orders solicited, Merchant Tailor, Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, S:door&v?aKygc J. KIRST, Bibbed Shirts and Drawers. Men's Fancy Striped Shirts and Drawers. CLOVERPORT, KY. ."' WHITE FOR PRICES. A BAD WRECK. News. .TO, Fojir Freight Cars Filed on Each Other at Owensboro. Ono wreck on a railroad must bo followed by nnother, nnd tho ono which occurred on tho L., St. L. nnd T. nt two or threo dnyB ngo was tho precursor of a worse ono which occurred nt crossing at Breckenridgo the street-ca- r street in this city last night. At 0 o'clock n freight train left the depot for Louisville, and when tho switch just above tho crossing was reached four cars left tho track and in a moment wero piled in a heap together. Tho engino passed in safety when tho front ono of tho four cars caught in some way on the guard rail and left tho track, tho other threo cars following it. Tho train men wero unable to say what caused tho trqu'ble, though it was plain to them that tho guard rail was nt tho bottom of it. Tho enrs were very bndly wrecked, and the track was torn up for about fifty feet in tho most complete manner. Luckily all of tho train men wero away from tho cars involved, and nobody was hurt. As soon as tho extent of tho disaster was learned tho train mon went to work at it. Tho conductor walked back to tho depot to telegraph tho nows to headquarters and order a wrecking car from tho shops at Clovcrport. Tho section men wero put to' work on it to do what they could in advance of the arrival of tho wreckers. Tho passenger train duo down at 11:11 p. in. was laid out above, and tho people who went out to tho depot to tako the train wero notified that it would probably not bo ablo to get away before daylight, and possibly not then. Tho wreck is a very bad one, and it will tako a long tlmo to clean it away. Owensboro Messenger. Mat-tingly JNOjp. ' CLOVERPORT, KY. A sad example 'of tho :lirony bt into" is noticed in tho refusal of Brazil to recognize by official demonstration tho death of Dom.Pcdro in Pflris, . No other man over did as much for th.q.pdueation-a- l interests .of J3rnzl. Hp "refused the. ofTer of a costlypafarq aijadyised that tho public money bo usedfor establishing schools. Many ineri wbobecnmp distinguished' owed 'tlic.it distinction to his personal aid, nijlitt?SXlIofij "lllo was in accord with 'lii's uUHffiflce "upon ono occasion, " "Were" 1 rVW Emperor I Unt. should' like lb'licJti'fcllo$!tytffcr:' a change of government caused the people' to look uporf tfinl as ut'Jng'as baso as nnd the system 'undef-- ' wliicli 'jio bis persbmil "cliaractbi"''was 'forgotten. '"' Such is politics. A Pleasing Sense. Of health and strength' renewed and of easo and comfort .follows thoj uso of Syrup of Figs, as it acts in harmony with nature to effectually cleans tho system, when costivo or billious. For, salq in GOc and SI. 00 bottles by al leading druggists. BABBAGE, Furniture Furniture Furniture MICHAEL HAMMAN, ! a ! 1 DEQEMBEK 1891 LOCAL BREVITIES. Ed. Kissam is singing 1 A Prisoner of War. Major Alfred R. Calhoun recites his experiences in a southern prison and tells of his escape and marvelous journey through Georgia to, the : "How glad I nm that leap j ear's come, Oh, future bright and tunny I For cery nglc girl know Has stacks and stacks of money" Good byo old '01. Blankets nnd comforts cheap at Vests. lion. K. R. Pierco went to Louisvillo Monday. Israel Holder is building another cottage for rent. lion. D. II. Severs is at the Capittl Hotel, Frankfort. Mr. Morton Evans and wife, Louisvil'o here. spent Mr. F. W. Hall, of Ohio, is at homo en a visit to his parents. Mr. Ed. Whitehead, Rome, Ind., was in tho cily yesterday. Gcntlomens natural wool hoso at reduced prices at Vests. W. II. Morton and wifo, Rock Lick, spent Christinas in town. Oscar Holder is at homo from Louisvillo to spend tho holidays. Mr. R. 0. Iligdon, Owensboro, Is spending Christmas in tho city. Miss Georgia Moremen, of Brandcn-- , hurg, is visiting Mrs. R. II. Moremen. Dr. A. A. Simons is at homo from the Louisville Medical Collego for tho holidays. See thoso childrcns and misses fast wool and all wool hose at 5 and lPc. at Vests. Don't let up on your advertising. Keeping everlastingly at it brings sucX-m- Death of Mrs. D. Hambleton. i Mrs. Dubley Hambleton died at her homo in this city last Monday at noon. cess. Mrs. J. L. Durrett, of Louisville, was Tho funeral was held at tho family resi1 tho guest of Mrs. F. II. Sawyer last dence yesterday at o'clock, Rev. Brandon officiating. Mrs. Hambloton's death week. Mr. E. II. Marcilliat and son, Charlie, was not unexpected as sho had been She of Leopold, Ind., wero in tho city last failing in health for some months. leaves a husband and four grown chilweek. Sho was a dren to mourn her death. Mrs. T. Holmes, widow of tho lato Dr. thoughtful and indulgent wife, a kind Holmes, died at bpr home in this city and loving mother and a consistent friend last week. nnd neighbor. Her loss is quite in afMr. S. N. Hall, of Louisville, who has fliction to her aged husband and dovotcd been spending tho holidays at home, lias children. Sho was in her GO year. She returned. was buried in the city cemetery. No.w Tho old year is about gone, Bewley James. let's get down to business and whoop things for '02. Dr. E. M. Bowloy, of Irvington, and Tho oldest clothing merchant in Lex- Miss Mollio James wero married at 7:30 ington has just mado an assignment. Ho o'clock this morning at the homo of tho bride's parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. D. never advertised. girls is your chance. Wo know James at Penrod on tho O. and N. Tho Now of sovcral good fellows who qro just ceremony was performed by Rev. William Penrod, of Pino Bluff, Ark., uncle waiting to say yes. of tho brido. Tho bride is tho eldest Mrs. Emma Morcdock, of Louisville, daughter of Dr. James, who wns n was tho guest of her mother, Mrs. F. II. to tho Constitutional Convention Sawyer, last weok. Irom Muhlenberg county. Dr. Bewley Judgo R. Y. Bush and wife, of Hawes-villis a promising young physician of Irving-tospent Christmas with their dnught-,-k- r, Tho young people came to this Mrs. Geo. A. Boyd, city on tho morning 0. and N. passonger Misses Tresa iJaliman. Tu a ami 1 or- - on their way homo. Owensboro Imjiil-cro- r ' enco Lewis and Alice Mnttingly spent Dec. 23. Sunday in Ilawesville. Mrs. R. B. Piero's Sunday school class There is Nothing Slow About Arthur, Especially If a Pretty Girl Is In presented tho church with n handsome ebony nnd bronze clock. Sight Little Eva and Eliza May aro spending Tho Louisvillo Commercial says : Artheir Christmas with their aunt, Mrs. E. thur Board has always been prominent among bis friends for swiftness. II. Breidenbach, at Owensboro. While B. and A. II. Savers and Ben F. seated in tho offico of tho Wuvorly Hotol J. Hardin, Union Star, wero registered at yesterday morning calmly perusing tho personal column of tho Cincinnati Entho Clovcrport Hotel Christmas ovo. Judgo J. Allen Murray, Hon. D. It, quirer his eagle eye becamo suddenly Murray and Mi. W. 0. Allen, of tho fixed on the following: dol-ega- to e, n. Texas, wont to Ilardinsburg Monday. mid Stomach ilbordere, tale MllOWN H I HON lUTTISHH. 'I .loilpm kren It, ?l per bottle (Ictinlnoliai t.w u waric ami criiwl red Hum on urrupiwr. Indigestion, VflR DYSPEPSIA, MAIDKN, so, being lonely since her par Ven'' death, I5010U own lirht, would wed a real gentleman. Address J. 2j, Cincinnati A Miss Bcttie Ditto has gone to Cincinnati, whero she accepted a position with tho Cincinnati Publishing Co. Her many friends hero aro greatly pleased by Sho thorher brightening prospects. oughly understands tho book business, and well deserves every opportunity ol success that her employers may offer her. Miss Mollio McGchco is at homo from PeweO Valley during tho holidays, accompanied by Misses Maud Soulo, Cash and Heckman, threo of her pleasant and school-mateaccomplished and tho " 60tind ol rovelry by night" is distinctly audible within any reasonable distance of tho hospitable McGchco mansion. There is probably somo appology duo the citizens of Brandenburg on account of the scarcity of nows items in this column this week. What few items it contains wero caught on tho wing and at long range, as this was my weok off. Thero havo been other occurrences of intcrerest, other visiting relatives and friends, other arrivals and departures, but not being familiar with either name or sex, or placo of resldcnco, and not wishing to mako a goin of it, I havo refrained from mentioning others until I could bo better posted. And I promise to try to mako a more newsy and more interesting column next week. It does not reflect much credit upon a man that has voted timo after time to put Hon. A. B. Montgomery into Congress, to bo now grumbling and growling because ho has received an appointment of honor and respect, and some body elso did not get it. Neither does it reflect credit upon a Democratic newspaper to bo picking flaws and finding faults just becauso it did not get its choieo for Speaker. It looks to much liko a man being cold at tho election becauso his man was not nominated in tho primary. Let the opposition hunt out objections, and let us display tho good qualities, and, if thero aro uny weak points, mako thorn Tho Democrats as strong as possible. want to act in harmony for tho next ten months, so that wo may bo ablo to put forth a closed front and solid phalanx next fall. For it takes just such n party to elect a President now in this great country. Did you sco "Billy's" picture last week ? I acknowledge with thanks tho receipt of a copy of tho paper, superscribed with "Complimonts of tho Editor," containing tho superb engraving. This cut and tho accompaning account of another wonderful trip", accomplished without oven tho semblanco of fatiguo, only confirms tho opinion I .havo always entertained of " Billy," viz : that ho is truly a thorough-bred- . And I now assure his happy possessor that in tho future, as it has been in tho past, it will bo my soul's desire to help keep tho peoplo posted in regard to tho actions and accomplishments of this wonderful Ono nico littlo flight of animal. in tho account of this last trip, struck mo very forcibly, brought fond remembrances of tho past, and sent tho fluid of lifo fairly bounding through my veins. How often havo I, too, como out o neighborhood "sailing of that going to its homo in tho llko a sky-lar- k sky I" I don't remember that I over "camo down on a stump," but you know a person is not expected to remember ovorything that occure onsuch occasions. Hero's to you, Parson. s, elo-quenstll-hous- Sewing Machines, Cofflns, Burial Caskets Picture Frames, Trimmings, Etc. XBPHt " iMrl Union lines. THIS ABSORBING j. - STORY Will appear in serial form in these columns. Illustrated and Copyrighted. -- His prices shall bo such, quality considered, that no legitimate house can undersoil him, and he is determined tp meet tho market, let tho prico bo what it may. Always call on him and ascertain prices before purchasing elsewhere. Ho means just what ho says. Ho cannot bo undersold. M. II AMMAN, Clovorport, Ky, 'SSM&Oty wt- '! jyicElree's Wine .of Cardul DRAUGHT aro and THEDFORDlS-.BUCK- i for salo by tho following merchants in mWh K.rii, 'V . - " n Breekenrldgo County : JesBfc W. Owen Cloveroort 0. V. Short, CloverporJ. Ilraihottr it Lay, Stephemport. . Witt A Meidor, Hardlnsuurg,-jJ. Seven, Union Star, An appy IN ew I ear i ron a t ju wf i ' For One thoroughbred Salo. llolsteln bulj and three For thoroughlied Be'rkhlre hogi, malei. partlculnn and prices nddrort llov. Thurraan I" Klchardion, Ceclllan, Ky. Stop! Stop!'! Stop! AT THE 'y H - m 3V? l..daSE " mJ .1 SV JMLm ' Sti CiwE. '""' SKG2 MSIaTJZZ UJ" f- HB.-- . - BANKRUPT A PRISONER OP WAR. An absorbing serial entitled "A Prisoner of irar" trill begin in these columns presently. You xrill find it worth read-inA PRISONER OF WAR. narrative of two escaping jyrison-crsfroa Confederate jail will be pub' Ushcd in these columns. Look out for the opening chapter. The As wo had tho largest Holiday trade wo havo ever experienced, wo wish to return our thanks to our many friends for their liberal patronage. Behoving that tho closo prices merited our share of trade which wo so generously received, wo would especially invito your attention to tho fact that within tho next thirty days will bo offered in our storo room, somo of tho best bargains ever put heforo tho trado. Tlieso bargains will ho in & :?', Overcoats, Men and Boys' Clothing, Gloves, Etc. Any ono wishing BOOTS and SHOES will do woll to call and examine tho largest stock in town. m STORE You will find everything you want to ent : , SUGAR, COFFE, FLOUJl, MEAT, VEGETABLES, A PRISONER OP IV AR. Major Alfred J. Calhoun relates a personal experience in a most interesting manner, Jl trill be published in this paper. Watch for the opening chapter. A PRISONER OP WAR. CIGARS, TOBACCO,' " Every line is full of human interest. FIGS,' The remarkable adventures of two fugitRAISINS, ETC. ives from a Confederate jail. Watch CANNED. GOODS, In fact everything in the for the opening chapters in this paper. B. F. BEARD & CO., IIARDINSBURG, KY. GfOcery&Confeciionery Ik THE CRUEL WAR IS OVER. i?t(f there is a world of human interest entitled Re in Major Calhoun's reminiscencethese colThankful for nast favors. "A Prisoner of War." Watch spectfully solicit yon jto4 c.tll we umns for the opening chapiter. U1KC gicui jjictiauiv in vy.uwny upon you. J. B. Moorman, Manager, We beg to pointed by Mr. Ik W. Harper the famuui Distiller, of Nelton County, Ky., Agent for hli superb Hand Mado Soar Math Whlikey. Thli announcement1!) of Importance to every pne, for it inmrea to them for the future one of the purest, tnoit delicate, and mot celebrated Whlaklei In the world, and those who will take the trouble hereafter to demand the I. W. IlARntR Wiiirkkt" need have no fear that Iti moderate uie will Injuro either health or disposition. MIKB POPHAM.SoleAg't, Cloverport,Ky. WHISKEY announce that yt hare been up SIARCIIINO THROUGH GEOROIA As fugitives from a Confederate prison teas no picnic. Head "A Prisoner of War," by Alfred 11. Calhoun. Now running in this xapct, A PRISONER OP WAR. This absorbing tale shows that ,(2ruth is stranger than fiction." Jt is one of the most interesting storicn nvr published. Read it in ihls pnA philological statistician calculates that hi the year 8000 three will be 1,700,. 000,000 who speak English, and that tho other European languages Will bespoken by only 000,000,000 tieoulo. - THE NEW YORK NOflCET .? I havo for salo several Turkeys ofllie pure bronio stock, Any one wishing to )urchaso call or addiess me at Dcwlejvtllo, Ky, MI13. Z. T. SXITH. WEUKLYJVOUD. One Dollar a Year. Contains tho best features of any Wcokly printed. M. Quad, lato of j tho Detroit Jvroo Tress, writes a pago of mrtttor every weok. FOR SALE. 1C hands high) rrell matched. Will sell for cash or on time, Apply to W, D. HOLT, Holt, Ky. A pair of Iron gray mules, 8 years old past, Arthur was seen two minutes after- ward walking rapidly from tho hotol, lugging n small band ratchet. Contain One for making delicious Candy cheaply and qulnkly ut home. Till book Is gl on away ut drug nnil (jeueral stores. imowN's moN kittbrs almanac 180H For Ilmidrnt Recipe Send Fort Sample Cory. THE WEEKLY WORLD, New York City. OEIUM andWWrtya.WW cured al beaia wlihl 1U4U WWWuUl Ht Iluiww w" f J - J if y y . s,4 r JL TjDcrircMDTnr.r JJri.fctwIVi-ill.HlJ-'vl- New? f Kt 1 J- -l - WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1801. TWO TYPES OF BAD MEN THE REAL THING THE PLATED IS IMITATED BY ARTICLE. i ; ometlmrn It I Hnnl to Tull Tlieni Apart, Tlioiigli. nml I" Esperlinentlnc; I Ono It Uttliln to Ilun Up AcnhiRt tlio ' Wrong Itlml Two Striking Kxnmtilca. I "Bad men In tho west urenk Into two classes," said n gentleman, lato of Silver City, "tliosuro enough and tho Imitation bad man. Orto is a killer und tho othor simply blusters. Tho two sorts look alike, talk nliko, garb thomsclves In big hats, belt guns on their hips, swear and guzzlo and follow each other's suit from first to last, for which reasons it is hard to tell tho real thing from tho counterfeit. The only suro way of distinguishing the true, solid silver bad man from tho plated fellow is to test thi'in us fast as presented. "Russian Bill, who, In tho early eighties was a rustler in tho valley of San Simon in Arizona, and a singularly industrious horso and cattle Btealer of that ehadeless region, was an imitation bad man. He was a great talker, and hear him tell it hail tilled more graves than an epidemic. It is doubtful, how-oveif ho ever drew human blood, and tho othor 'rustlers' similarly regarded him as a man of no courage. It turned out a cn&o of tho magpie and the peacocks with tho Russian though, for ono evening tho impulsive denizens of Shakespeare, A. T took Bill's word for it and incontinentully hung him do bono r, csso. v; i "Tho Russian had company, though, for they stretched another gentleman, timo and tree tho sumo, yclept Sandy King. There was no discount, however, on King. Ono could havo takeu a brace and bit and bored clear through him and struck nothiiiK but clean strain gamo. King and Russian Bill were together on tho occasion of their apprehension and taking off, and werb decided BiH'eiiiH'iw of tho two types of bad men.' TI1K NAME op mix. ' "Bill, as a namo, has been the property of a good many of the fighters of the west. Frequently some affix or pro-fi- x went with it to keep tho blood Bills from getting- - all mixed up. Thero have been u Curly Bill, n Wild BM, a Navajo Bill, n. Buffalo Bill, a Poker Bill, a Cheyenne Bill, a French Bill, an Antelope Bill, a Russian Bill, n Broncho Bill, a Canadian Bill, a Monto Bill, a Butcher Knifo Bill nnd Bill Bon-noor Billy tho Kid. that I have known y, Cautious. Bear hunting, as n rule, 1 do not think would appeal to most sportsmen. It ia rather slow work, and ono is oftcri very Inadequately rewarded for tho amount of timo and trouble spent in hunting up bruin. Thero is hardly a portion of tho mountains whero thero are not evidences of bear, bnt I do not bollovo that In any locality they aro especially abundant. They have been hunted and trapped so long that those whosurvivo nro extremely cautious. In my experienco there is no nnlmnl gifted with n greater nniount of intelligenco, and, in this regjon, tho hunter's chief virtuo, patience to 'wait and stay in one spot, is suro to bb sooner or later with a good fehot Let mo say now that tlio danger nnd ferocity of tho hearts, I think, very much overstated, yet thero is just enough of danger to mnko tho pursuit ol this animal exciting. Naturalists do not now apparently recognlzo more thnii two varieties of bear in tho Rocky mountains. That is, they class the cinnamon, Bilvcr-ti- p and grizzly, as grizzly boar. Tho other vnriotv. of course, is tho black bear. 1 am by no means suro that tho grizzly bear will not bo further subdivided after careful comparisons of collections of skulls Much has been said and written about the sizo and weight of tho grizzly bear, nnd in most Instances this has been mere guess work. Lewis und Clark made frequent mention of this unimut nnd yet their estimate of tho weight fulls far below that of other writers. Only il few instances liavo como to my knowledgo whero the weight has been ascertained, absolutely. A good sized grizzly killed In Yollow-ston- o park by Wilson, tho government Colonel scout, weighed 000 pounds. Pickett, wlio has a neighboring ranch to mino nnd who has killed moro bear than any man I know of, weighed his largest, which, if remember rightly, weighed 800 pounds. Archibald Rogers in Sciib-ncr'tlio Atilinula Aro So do-ine1 bear hunting in the ROCKIES. ,. I Ilnthor Blow Work Now lleruiua TIVO lkflHl"0"r MtcilMHOII. d dresses aro going to bo very popular with tho lovely young dtidines, becauso if they Bliould catch cold wearing them, haven't they got Dr. Bull's Cojigh Syrup to euro them ? How many murmur at high prices? Why Salvation Oil costs only L'o cents n bottle. Low-necke- of. i - y i "Cheyenne Bill was and is one of the falsa killers referred to, and always trying to 'run n blazer1 npon some tenderfoot and scaro him to death. Raton, N 11. pronounced "Ruhtoon' does not, as a community, riso early of a Sunday morning, nnd as I once, buck in 1883, camo out of tho hotel in tho still und early hours of that holy day, 1 heard a voico over on tho next street raised to a point between a threat and' a command. My attention was at once attracted, and could seo 1 found getting out where Cheyenne Bill in slow but threatening pursuit of a reluctant tenderfoot who had come in ou tho train tho night I fore. What the row was about I didn't know. " 'Stop whar you bo, or I'll pull on you!' commanded the vaporish Bill in a tierce tone, his hand on his nnd following olong after tho stranger some two rods behind. "To give the tenderfoot his due, while ho kept walking away from Bill, he appeared more disgusted than scared, nnd while ho said nothing and did not turn on his would be cuptor, nevertheless he received his orders to halt with becoming contempt, and kept straight on. miX AND THE TRNDK11F00T. "Except for my presenco, Cheyenno and his victim had tho town to themselves, Jnck Hixcnbaugh, tho marshal, and the rest of tho citizens being sensibly in bed. I had seen n Chinaman run Cheyenne around onco over in Trinidad, and know there was no more to bo feared from him than from the Inst calf on the rango, nnd shouting over to him 1 so informed the person from the east and advised him to go after the doughty Cheyenno and pull his head off. The tenderfoot had ubout made up his mind to do it anyhow, and my voto settled it. Ho turned and started for Bill, whereupon that person at once lost all his valor und fled briefly. "Tho tenderfoot caught up witli him, however, nnd eased his surcharged soul by tlirWor four forceful and very meritorious kicks. This seemed to do both Bill and tho shorthorn n world of good, and tho former avoided tho fifth by plunging up n stairway. Tho tenderfoot wanted to charge after Bill nnd kill him completely, but 1 urged a different view and pointed out tho fact that Bill took his gun with him nnd that if ho found himself cornered he might shoot. "Curly Bill wns another of tho riotous and desporato sort. His rango in 1881 and 1882 was southwestern Now Mexico and eastern Arizona. No ono knew whero Curly Bill hailed from, but if 'there's truth in Scripture, whero lie was going wns plain to nil. Ho was reputed, when I saw him, to have killed nineteen men, and had tho air of one who was looking hard for a chance to make it a score. Curly Bill has found his grave somewhere out in the arid wastes he as nothing has been heard of him for some time." Kansas City Star. 1 l.orelf, hs a I'oet. As n poet, whatever comparisons may be made with his predecessors or contemporaries, at home or abroad, whatever just criticisms may bo recorded, wo bolievo it will be found at tho end that a Inrge part of Lowell's verso lias passed iuto literature, thero to remain. The originality, vitality, intensity nnd beauty of the best of it aro self ovident Although n true, spontaneous poet, his lifo had other strong interests and engrossing occup itions, nnd the volume of his verse does not equal that of others whose careers havo extended besido his own; his impression as a poet upon his time has not equaled that of others. It may, indeed, be said that if as strongly poetic in nature as they, ho would have been dominated us exclusively as were they by tho poetic mood. However thi-- t may be, the quality of his genius, us shown in his best work, was, wo believe, quite as fiuo ns that of any poet writing English in his day. No ono can read his last volume of verso without being impressed anew by tho vigor, variety nnd spontaneous character of Lowell's poetio gift. Even his literary faults nro of such a naturo as to testify to the keenness of his thought nnd the abundance of his Intellectual equipment. Century. Generally speaking there nro two kinds of stomachs tlio acid and tho bilious Everybody has one or tho etomnclL UttiulqimrtHrH lor othor, and each requires different food Do fruits, acid foods and nnd enro. nnd umiv tliiui nuee a sharp twitter, n drinks make you feel bad, causo dyspepon tho hat has sia or colic pains nearly every timo you whir of wing and it reminded her, when ktanding in tho burn cat them? Then you havo an acid Btom-acdoor, that slip was iutruding on swaland it is well to avoid till foods that Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Micb' iKiiti PliiMer, Salt. Limn Coal Oil lows' precincts hnvo nn excess of acids in them Your by the Barrel, Plaster Dnir, About u half mile from tho houso is a greatest remedy after a meal is blear-bonnt- o high batik wbleii is the homo of a colony of soda, carbonic water or yiehy. of bank swallows. The earth for somo Do fat meats, grease and other rich, fatty & distance is thickly iwrfornted with tho substances causo nausea, vomiting and leading into their nests. roundish IioIch sickness? Then you havo n bilious stomBrick, Plow Bandies, Pine Flooring Not far from this bank a quantity of ach. Your greatest remedy is to avoid kept on hand. corn was one day scattered by accident all fatty and greasy foods as much as Orders upon the ground. Tho crows worequickr possiblo. und eat fruits und food conby cash promptto discover what had happened, nnd taining plenty of acids. Acid drinks ly filled. swooped down and began to devour tho nro tho best medicines thut you can tnko. windfall. These two kinds of stomachs nro Some of the swallows spied them at found on all sides, und as soon us one I chanced to once and gave tho alarm. to know that ho has u stomach he bo Bitting beneath n treo in full view of must ascertain which ono ho has. Then OF the Bceuo In less than a miuuto after ho can doctor himself easily. Occasiontho crows hud settled to feeding, moro ally ono changes into the other in the thnn u hundred of tlio bank swallows conrso of years Tho acid stomach, by had darted from their holes, nnd with tho continuous uso of fats and avoidangry twitters fell upon the intruders. ance of acids, become.su bilious stomach, The attack was a complete surprise to and vice versa Then it Is well to eat tho big black fellows, and as if realizing equally of both for a time. Yankee Capital Stock $25,000. tho futility of trying to copo with their juiall usstil hints, they rose from the B. F. BEARD, President. ground in a body and took flight. You don't want a toipid liver. You WILL MILLER, The swallows pursued them, darting, don't want a bad complexion. You don't diving, strikingut them above, below and want a bad breath. You don't want a M. II. BEARD, Cashier. from both sides. The crows were routed headache. Then uso DoWitt's Littlo O. V. BEARD 1 completely, and took refuge in a densu pills. MORRIS ESICRIDOE I . . . Dlrrotort piece of woods a quarter of a inilo away. Early Risers, the famous littlo J R. M. JOLLY. Then the triumphant swallows turned Sold by Snort & Hnyncs. about and nailed homeward, uttering INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS A Girl' Womlei-ru- l Power. many chirps anil twitters of satisfaction Rosodo Lima Belvillc, a young French as they Hew For the hour or moro thnt 1 remained Canadian girl eight years old, residing Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. R. Co. in the Held not a crow was to be Been with her parents nt Montreal, is said to ILTO. bo gifted with a Rnpernuturul power of near tho com Tlio swallows wero mashealing, with which she is enabled, to ters of tho field. Cor. Youth's Companperform miracles. Hundreds of persons ion. Tn III tiff effect who are lame, blind, halt or otherwise diseased throng after her dally in tho At 5:00 o'clck A. H. Wednesday July 29. '91 The First Symptoms of Death. Is possessed of curative Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in belief thnt she Eait Bound TVnim irl Bound Tratni powers 52 vnrious parts of tho body, sinking tit tho M Her first cure wits operated on a friend A A pit of tlio stomach, loss of appetite, of the family suffering from panuris. Expr's Kxpr't STATIONS Mall Kxpr'. fcxr' foverishncss, pimples or sores, nro all which in English means whitlow It ia Djlly Dally Dally Dally positive ovidonco of poisoned blood. Baid to have been successful. The opera0 25pm 7 15 im Iv.Un'n Up't..ar 00 9 (fipn 8 HO tion conhisted of Rose passing a gooso'a 6 40 Kentucky fat. 12 45 850 No matter how it beenmo poisoned it 7 20 8 41 West Point 1215 816 must bo purified to avoid death. Dr. feather over the affected part, and the 721 12U2m 8 02 845 Howard patient, it is alleged, was Immediately 747 900 Ilockllavcrt 1145jin 747 Acker's English Blood Elixir has never 7 40 Long Branch U3S 9 0S 767 cured. Since then she has continually 8 07 Brandenburg 1119 731 917 failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic employed her faculty nnd has visited 811 7 27 Meade Springs 1125 9 21 poison. Sold under a positive jgunrantee many people, who declare that she cured 817 7 23 1119 9 20 Kkron 1111 Gustnn 715 9 34 byG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and them of their various ailments. Chicago 8 27 9 44 8 37 1102 Irvington 665 10 W 6 48 9 62 8 47 Webster & Mcador, IIurdinBbure, Ky. Tribune. Witt 10 43 6 SuulliiuK itml L'rowa. Among the eotiriigtsiiiH small birds may bo counted the family of swallows. Tho writer Iiiim urteii wen turn hwuIIowb fly downwnnl and wek at tho cnt nnd dog, GREGORY fi CO,, JUST WHAT EVEKY FARMER WANTS.! Reapers and Mowers, Pine Poplar Shingles Granite i J, Jed . r CHILLED PLOW. bo-gi- BANK HAEDHTSBUHG A SWEEPING SUCCESS. Our new "GRANITE" Chilled Plow has gone to tlio front with wonderful strides. It is now an acknowledged leader with all who havo used it. Its special merits aro 1st. 2nd. : TIME SCHEDULE MSI 18. 3rd. 4th. 5th. 6th. 7th. . Perfection in outline and shape. Great turning capacity. " v.. Now, combination of metals, hard, yet tough. Patont adjustablolip heel, for compensating wear and giving suck or pitch to plow. Huns steadily and is very licht draft. Each plow has ono point for soft and another for hard dry soil. 1 With all its advantages it is sold at tho samo prico as fenor dulled Plows. in- -' Prices and Description of Avery's "Granite" Chilled Plows. NUMBER. TURNING CAPACITY. Ignoranco of tho merits of DoWitt's Wo Aro'Not a Military 'rcr)ile. Littlo Early Risers is a misfortune. Theso Wo Americans nro not a military peoheadple. In view of our having curved our littlo pills regulate tho liver, cure way into the wiltlerueMi with sword as ache, dyspepsia, bad breath, consitpation 'well us with ax. of our having won our nnd biliousness. Sold by Short & Hnyindependence by arms of our having ncs. come witli abundant credit out of all Dr. BULL'S facilitates TeeiMvu an our wars, of having curried through one regulates tlio uowois. ai of tho most irigautic struggles of modern ABY SYRUP all drucBlsls. rricezacis. days, in which were fonght battles al most ttnequaled in tenacity this may appear to lie an unwarranted statement. But it is tnib It reqnlies moie than courage, iiiDK- - than ability to raise, to equip, to ra' Ion to move and to command arnili'H in make a military people The iiitwj hplHtiilid conduct in war for an nil nhsurhiu-- j cause does not suffice Having many of t..e ehseutiul qualities, Cures Coughs, Colds, 1 11 I 9 we yet fall Miort ol what the Romans GftUkVaLa Bronchitis, Croup, wero, the Oenuaus are. Some sections g I Whooping Asthma, g of the country upproach nearer to the Incipient Oough, military standard, but takeu us a whole Consumption, and Consumntiv.0 our luck of interest in army and navy, our thoroughly unbusinesslike way of persons. PricoSScts. At all druggists. -j handling our national pioblems of nttai 'c and defense, stump us ns the least military in our instincts of all tho great peoples of the earth. Colonel T. A. Dodge in Forum. 863 905 911 9 9 9 9 1000 10 10 1015 102.1 Lodiburg Tierce St.,., pic 21 25 30 46 1027 1030 10 44 951 10 01 1010 1018 10 21 B I'alcon Cajce Lewliport 1034 U35 1060 Powers 1162rn 12 07pm 1102 Pales 11 11 12 10 Owensboro 12 27 1123 Mattlngly 1131 12 30 Stanley 12 40 1140 Worthlngton SpoUsvIlle 1155 flasketts 1205pm 111 1220am 1 25pm ar.Hendert'n Iv 1121 1050 1100 1111 1113 1129 Stephcnsport Addison Holt Cloverport Sklllman lUwesvllle Shops 1033 10 30 1023 1018 1015 10 01 40 6 31 PRICE. 626 618 613 610 6 67 14 15 ' 067 9 44 9 33 9 20 l'etrle 6 40 6 30 511 6 4 4 4 4 4 553 .16 16 17 18 1028 920 915 9 8 8 8 09 51 37 27 622 615 05 48 35 25 13 7 to 8 inches. " 9 9 " 10 " 11 J inches. 10 11 " 13 " 12 " 14 v8 $5.50. 6.50. 8.00. 9.00. 9.50. 10.00. 815 8 00 7 65 7 37 lll 729 715am 337 329 31fpm 0'. 365 Right or Loft hand. A Trial will convinie every Farmer of its Merits. Loulsvi'Ie,Hard!nsburg TAKING EFFECT & Western P.P. 1891. 0 No. 2 TIME TABLE B. F. AVERY & SONS., Manufacturers of Cast, Stoel and Chilled Plows and Cultivating Implements, Id f fU WUVilB SYRUP t- V JULY 20, R&fef Do Not Suffer Any Longer. Knowing that a cough can bo checked in a day, nnd the first stages of consumption broken in a weok, wo hereby guarantee Dr. Acker's English Cough Remedy, and will refund tho money to all who buy, tnko it as per directions, and do not find our statement correct. For S,alo by G. AV. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & Mcador, llardinsburg, Ky. Our Very Best People Confirm our statement when wo say that Dr. Acker's English Remedy is in every way superior to any and nil other preparations for tho Throat nnd Lungs. In Whooping Cough nnd Croup, it is mngic and relioyes nt onco. Wo offer you a, saniplo bottlo free. Remember, this Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee. For Sale by G. AV. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & Mcador, llardinsburg, Ky. Gave IMiiiHulf Away. One Ban Animus, CoL Co., Cal., Feb. 1839, My boy, 13 years old, wns bo affected by St Vftus Dance that ho oouM not go to school for 2 years. Two bottles ot Pastor Koenlg's Kervt Tonlo restored his health, and he is now attending school again. MICHAEL O'CONNEL. St. Vitus Dnitce Cured. Sj0 West Bound Trains Bast Bound Trains Dally Dally Dally Dally ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun, ex faun No.6 No. 1 No. 2 No. 6 1130am Lv Irvington Ar 9 31am Garfield 12 10pm 8 35 12 25 Harned 815 12 42 7 50 llardinsburg 118 Kirk 7J5 130 Jolly 7 05 Glendcane 641 148 Dempster 031 155 2 15pin ar Kallsltniigh lv 0 14am 5 61 2 60 Ilockvale 6 29 3 02 Kuth 311 Asklns 6 21 29 3 Oaks 5 00 4 45am 4 00pm ArFordsvilleI.v LOUISVILLE, KY. VIII HamMeton . . House w. w. VESSELS, Proprietor and Dealer In A said : day in a chat .with a friend he "Has it ever occurred to you 'i V Some favor a tariff for revenue only, sonion tariff with incidental protection, and somen tariff for protection, jw se hut n largo majority favor tho frco uso of Salvation Oil for cuts and bruises. An endless chain of ccitificates verify tho oxcollonco of Dr. Bull's Cqugh Syrup. Price 25 cents. The oyBter seems from all uccounts to bo scarcely less prolific, actunlly, than the houso fly. It is estimated that each mother oyster; throws. off "from 200,000 to SlOOO.OOO pva" annually -- Speaking about kidnoy and liver troubles Mr. James ' Bonnes, Girdles, Ky,, says: "Last summer I suffered from pain in my back, nnd troublo with my blnddor. I had to bo up frequently at night, nnd my restjwas not enjoyed. I heard of Lightning Kidnoy and Liver Rouiedy, and purchased ono bottlo, and after taking same according to directions, I feol well. In fact, I can say it is tho best medicine that ever wont down n human throat for kidnoy and liver disease. For eulo by jill dealers. old ago deprives you of much of your present ability to earn a living you will be obliged to look to your friends for support, or else becomd a charge at some ono of the charitable institutions?" I confess I am neither1 a money maker nor a money saver, but 'it is dollars to donghnuts" that the person who thus twitted mo of my weakness For 1 Mr. Hiram TinvKArr, an simply echoed as ho did so tho general aged and prominent citizen 35 plan which he, in tho cold blood of mid-dl- o Years. J living near Troy, Alabama, age, is counting on as his resource when lie ahull get too old to be indis- says that for thirty five years ho was soroly afilicted with Eczema on his face. pensable. Detroit Free Press. ino eruptions wero ot n largo ana rancorous nature That ho tried n number That Terrible Cough In tho morning, hurried or difficult of experienced physicians, but with lit-tl- o result, and then received only tembreathing, raising phlegm, tightness in tho chest, quickued pulse, chillness in porary relief. After having used only tho evening or sweats at night, nil or any seven bottles of S. S. S ho feels liko a new man. Tho painful troublo is all of theso things aro tho firfat stages of gone, and now at sixty years of ago ho is Dr. Acker's English Cough Remedy will cure theso fearful symptoms onco moro in good health, and restored nnd is sold undor a positive guarantee to his family. Ho states that his euro is by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky.,' nnd entirely duo to S. S. S. Ho says that ho is n member of tlio Methodist Episcopal Witt & Mcador, llardinsburg, Ky. o Church, South, and that his address is Olean, Piko County, Ala., and Hoiv I'urilinu-ii- t Cume to llu Useil. When the literary jealousy of the that as ho wishes all sufferers to know Egyptians caused them to stop the sup- tho good that ho has received from tho ply of papyrus the king of I'ergumos. a medicine, ho will take pleasure In ancity in Asia Minor, introduced tho use swering any inquiries that may bo sent of sheepskin in a form called from the placo or Its Invention, pergamona, him. Ourtrcatlso on the blood and skin whence our word "parchment" is be- will bp mailod free. Address, SWIFT8PEOIFIO CO., Atlanta, Gn. lieved to be dorived. Vellum, a finer nrticlo made from calfskin, was also used. Muuj of the books done on velThe Muld llluslied. lum in the Middle Ages wero transcribed When Mr. David Dear (winner of the by monks, und often it took years to qneen'8 prize at Bisloy) was a law stucomplete n singlo copy, O. A. Lyude in dent, ho onco attended &u "at homo." On the sorvunt asking his name, ho re St Nicholas plied, "David Dear." Tho girl blushed, ana saiu, "ves, yes; but what is your Dyspepsia and indigestion won't givo other nnme, sir?" Ho you flesh, but Lightning Blood Elixir no other namo. But assured her he had it wns of no use; will. Mr. II. Hood, Folsom, W. Va., tho servant know hotter, and announced writes: "I had suffered sovoral years him as "Mr David. San Francisco from dyspepsia, nnd tried many reme- Argonaut dies for relief, received nono until 1 beDr. Aoker's English Pills. gan to uso Lightning Blood Elixir, nnd Aro active, eflectivo and pure. For sick nftor taking threo bottles I fool liko another man, nnd havo gained several headache, disordered stomach, loss of appctito, bad comploxion and bilious-nes- s, pounds of flesh, It has done great work they havo novor been equaled, for mo, it has cured mo of what would have caused my death. I do. pot hesi- either in America or abroad. For Salo tate to recommend it to tho public, as byG. & W. Short. Cloverport, Ky., nnd Witt Mcador. Ilnrdinshurif, Ky, cxporionco has taught mo thnt it is a good medicine," Job printing done nt this ofllco. that when A Learned Ullnii Mini. Blind men in Japan sometimes distinguish themselves outside their regular occupations. Ono was a famous "go" ory are tuny rentored, and shots entirely oared player, and It Is recorded that, having ot iuu ui.s vj ino uso 01 tms great remedy, MRS. J. II. ANDUEW& beaten a prince nt the game, his antagoA. Valnablo . nook on Nervous nist, in n fit of jealous anger, killed him, JJlsoiisot sent treo to anr address, and poor patient can alo obtain and was himself executed for tho crimo. this ineillclno frco of cliarco. Another was a famous author, and comrftmedrhafi been nronared bvthe Reverend Thlfl Koenln. piled a valnnble repertory of information f'astor prepared ot Fort Wayne. Ind. since 1SI6. and underhla direction by the in 035 volumes. Tho blind also practiced MED.CO., Chicago, III. KOENIG usury, and acquired much unpopularity from the harsh way in which they Bold uyDniRKistant 81 per Bottlo. GforSfj, IdirtoHlzo, 81.70. OCottlosforBO. treated their debtors. London Times East Newmabket, Md., March 8, 1831. My daughter had epilepsy so sovero thatshv nould have 6 or 7 fits every 21 hoars. Immediately after using Pastor Koenlg's Nerve Tonic the spasms decroasod in nuinbor, and In loss than two weeks from taking the first dose they entirely coasod. 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HmnplM rree.AiUlrcsB'ANAKLM(H. Uoxmo,Now York City. You muy cough nnd cough nnd cougli nnd cough nnd couch hut you will not, if you tnko DoWitt's Cough nnd ConBiunp-t'o- n Cure Sold hy Short & Hnyncs. STUM KIlllJillllilkllJBmilT LOUISVILLE, m t mm iwtiiiiiim & lAHsVBVBIJBllHlHllIsll',1tciIloIohi0n i.sa.M. mm. m -- I vLmiM."LJL'mi KY.