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CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1892. I i I" I I I i - c I 11 "ii , Keep jour business and Incidentally your ... ubiuiu ...v I'Uirilk. W11 UCCIIU VD I lit in to discover you. I I I JA VOL. XVI. i iprn l, SOI. aim atly bun lo. 6 JUL life est. p.m. p.m. - 0 50 ldreu, Ind H,Ky k Main I t of July 7 we were concealed Tn n dense what liuil come to lie "uricli man's'iiuar'l wood between u place culled Lowndes-vill- e and a pore man's fight." Bell really had und the border of the Anderson disa genius for stock fiction of this kind, trict, about three miles from tho Savan'V aud ho was so intensely earnest and pic- nah river. We had been traveling hurd turesquely profane In his narrations that for about sixteen hours, and made up kv 1 often found myself believing them I our inliuls to rest before going on We felt very sure that, If we had told this lay down in a deserted cabin, that must IBWSSSiSf IMvll the truth he have been URed at ono time by hunters, pwftTUjRED- - R' CALHOUN- - old man us, particularly would have us we were able for there were plenty of "birds" in thut OOPYRIQHT I0SL BY AMERIOAN PRESS ASSOCIATION to pay, but having begun with one story Bcction. We had not yet dropped off to it was necessary to stick to it. Bleep when we weto startled by hearing as With the old man's help the woman the trumping und snorting of horses, Unttlii!,' two Rtout sticks wo resumed BHERH5i&;Li:'i. fusw. "" " v havo engaged this space our journey, keeping in tho side road soon had a dinner of corn bread, bacon and looking out thiough the chinks of and milk ready, and we complimented the cabin we saw six well mounted, well tho purpose of keeping to tho left, which we know would lend tho cooking by u display of appetite that us toward tho Savannah rtvur, und with armed men approaching They came our busines beforo tho pubthat for it guide we reasoned that we Beemed to alarm the group of children directly to the cabin, us if sure thnt tho Wo know wo could not go far iwtray We piihstul a looking on Bell paid In advance, and parties they were in seat ch of were lic during 1892. number of ruined cub tin and worn out when Mr. Dillard suggested that we rest there Iteming in. one of the -- : QTJJ8 havo tho fields, but the country appealed to be till next day aud said that he would cobmen halted befoie the opening, and with deserted, for till about noun we siiw no ble our boots fot us, we readily itreed his carbine thrown into the hollow of He made us up a bed in the adnining his bl idle anil he shouted Bign of lifo n n im vmirmi l i In going through a Rtreteh r it i rr,m mi iiTTiTiriiriiTTiT rif -- I I tttittbm r nn r "Hello, in therel' of plum we suddenly came upon h group section of the cabin, and, as Bell lelt ab1 came to of barelegged, towheitdtd children play solutely sine that we could trust the old the opening and. with as iug beMde a biook, and at niijht of us man, I lay down with my clothes nil and much boldness as I could assume, tasked they dtood stock htill and gazed at tin the feeling that next to the fund th..t the man what he wanted -"We want all ou fellows to conm out with curiosity and awe in their eyes, its satisfies a burning hunger, there noth I have xeen mountain antelope look when ing quite tike a bed that banishes faand surienilor." he said Bell came to my sido, mid together we confronted by a sudden danger. TIim tigue, 'I reckon von niout us well have some, Bteppcd out eldest was n girl of about twelve, and I vividly recall th.it, though evidently breakfast, then if so be j ou d like to go "There s mine In therel' erststeil the Of tho State, located in a fino wheat frightened herself, sho drew the other ou and sleep some nioiu. you ken do so mnn, who appeared to tie in command. " This is someWe Inviteu him to search for himself Bcction and wo want to spread tho children about her and shielded them for it's still with her sunbrowued arms in a way that thing like the salutation with which Mr which ho ut once proceeded to do. wheat and corn was very touching. nows, wherever, Dillard woke us up the next morning "Sis," Baid Bell In n kindly tone that and without which, I am very sure, w arc found and flour and meal aro CHAl'TEIt VL twenty-fou- r should have rounded consumed so that all may havo tho seemed very natural, though since our hours of what Bill out our "downright WK AUK CAITUKK!) IIY Till! FIOMR QUAKD -culled meeting in the Charleston poorhouso it WHO UUUliVK US TO IIK IIOItSE TIIIKVE3. advantage of our had not been habitual with him, "we sol'd old eleepiu." nns Is friends. You una mustn't feel ' The breakfast was much like the din& . . t. ner of the day before, except that our kkecrt" iTiv j iw-ft "We ain't skeert," said the girl, aud bacon was boiled with some sort of greens that to me was very palatable. she drew a long breath. In supplying themselves with "Wo una is soldiers," continued Dell Mr. Dillard told us that he was going to Allendale that day, aud he advised us to "Is your dad a soldier'" hang around till the following morning, "lie was," said tho girl saying that in the meantime ho would "Ain't he nowT She shook her head and compressed consult with some friends who could be trusted und see if a plan could not be hit Wo can not tell you all about our her lips. on thut would further our venture and "Why not?" asked Bell. business in this ad, but we ask you prevent our leading the wretched vagrant "Kazo." to watch future issues of this paper existence of the present. "Kiize whyT Keeling the necessity of having papers A"Kaze he's deadl" she gasped. or write us for further information. about us thut would look und read like V)n vr-jr--?: "That's doggone bud; but then lots I 'ioVvW'ii I in and lots of soldiers Is dead, and lots aud furloughs, 1 commissioned Mr. Dillard to WK LAU.NUIKD IT AND PUSHHD OUT. lots moah is goln to peg out afo.ih tho buy me some pens, ink aud paper, for ho The fact that the horsemen searched trouble is over. We nns, as you see liar, bad no such articles about his honso, and els, is most nigh dead, but we tins don't also to get me if possible some kind of u the cubln convinced Bell und myself thut IRVINGTON, KY. intend to go clar out till wo uus ken citizen's coat Boll gave him the money we were not the men they woro looking , i i TH nn A i TT A TVT"TVT" " "DOT . i t hi reach the wives and babies awaitin us and then returned to bed, while went for, but this assurance did not make tho T . - . . i .1 W i i , waaaaw m err. . Hi.. . , off to the woods with the children , up In the mountains." US j JUVbi JkU tu.l These little ones knew nothing about prospect look brighter. Our situation Bell and 1 were both single, but as his HlH and appearanco wore not in our favor, books, aud were entirely ignorant of the purpose was naturally to ingratiate him prepos- self with tho child 1 remained quiet. She fairy stories on which the children of and thut our cantors wero not To throw asido that old stovt) and Rackety piece of civilization lire bi ought up They hud Bessed was evident from their oaths and told ua that the nearest town was Allen an idea that Yankees wore fierce, cruel scowling faces. Beforo our escape from I dale, and that wo were now in the Barnwell district. How far Allendale was animals from which they would run on Milieu we decided on tho story we she did not know, but 8ho "reukoned it Bight, for they had killed their father should toll onco wo got uway and stick was a right smart distance," und this Their Ideas ol religion wero vuguo und to It without any variation. This wo vague replj we often received from older would horrify an orthodox Sunday had done except in the caso of tho neBcbool They til mly believed in ghostu and more intelligent people. groes who hud befriended us, bo thut s And come to our house and purchaso something that is durablo and cheap. Our goods aro within thw Ou others matters tho girl was much and Min, the girl, nssuied me, with now wo wero ready to confront any of ,,, I much sincerity tn her voice and awe in tho white men with whom we had spoken . 1 .. . . 1 1 1 1 1 rC 11 rtvwl rt,, ..:,Ann !. 11, , more positive. Sho was certain that her l.l i ui im .win uui jun;ua umK.o ll poaaiuiu ior overy iiousciioiu to uo win iurnisiicu, ootn in tno Kitchen W x3 name was "Min Long," and that she and her big gray eyes, thut one night, when to prove that we had been persistently & Texas R, R. Co. Louisville, St Louis . s. .. 1 1 . (1, 151 J her mother aud brothers aud sisters lived she was searching for n lost cow In the consistent in our statements. It was not i, uuv u, ll.! mu jjuuui. wo uiiiig umu you get our prices, nr aro uio money savers on lurr4turo, 'harrican," she saw two ghosts, and our policy to volunteer information, but with her Grandfather Dillard "over by 3STO. 1 and Farmer's Supplies. wo wero not. slow to resent In a spirited the harrican." Wo subsequently found "they looked just like Yankees or dov that this "harrican" was a stretch of lis." Sho was very buio that in the heart way any attempt to treat us with InC03CS OCCODOCDCaGCCCCEECCa Takiitir Effect 033333333333333 33333Ha country about a mile back from the of the swamp there lived a rabbit "a dignity. bigger'u a boss, un he don't 29. '91 From force of habit rather than tho river where u hurricane some years be- heap sight VEViy At 5:00 o'clclc A. H. Wednesday July foro had cut dowu a swath of timber never come out, 'cept when home one's result of an agreement, Bell always told, Eait Bound Traxni about half u mile in width and miles in gwiue to die. lit it's a old pusson he his story first, aud after ho had worked Wits! Round Traint length as completely as if it had been crawls kinder slow, an ef it's a young himself into i high pitch of indignation M JlfllS one he skips round powahful lively, nn and become reckless in his profanity and Ma" leveled by a mighty scythe. Kxpr's Kxpr's STATIONS Kxpr's Kxpr'. Bell sought to confirm himself in tho wouldn't think nuthin of jumpin clai eager to fight any number of men In any Dally Dally Dally Dally way they chose, "but not mor'n two child's good graces by assuring her that, ovuli do harrican." Min further informed me that she wua at a time," I assumed a lofty man 9 05pit 100 C25nm 7 45am Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar although wo were barefoot and didn't 860 Kentucky St. 12 45 0 40 800 have our best clothes along, we really "goin to git married" when she was ner und Ubed my finest language the 805 Weitl'olnt 12 05 8 41 7 20 12 02pm 8 62 Howard 8 45 72 had lots of money, aud to prove the "nigh 'bout sixteen, ef bo be the Yankees latter I futii"! was always potent with Hock Haven 1145am 747 9 00 7 47 latter statement he pulled out the wad don't kill oil all the men." 1 And she oven southern men of education. The 7 40 Long llranch 11 38 9 OS 7 57 7 31 Urandenburg lllfl of Confederate money ho had won on seemed quite comforted when told her leader or the gang of horsemen was a 917 8 07 7 27 Jlcade Springs 1125 811 9 21 the island und gavo a bill to each of the thut 1 hud no wife, und that I might loud voiced liully, and that his military . ' 7 23 1119 Kkron 920 817 CO 1111 715 children. Ou tho instant their timidity come down to see tier again when 1 got record wus confined to tho homo guard Guston 8 27 951 1102 665 Irvlngton (D 9 44 8 37 vanished, and they cheerfully consented my best clothes aud she wus "nigh 'bout wns evident at a glatico. With u loud ' 1063 6 48 Webster 952 847 1045 to pilot us to their homo "over by the sixteen." Since that time I have played oath und a threatening gesture in the 640 10 00 Lodlburg 865 1035 031 of the Navuioea, Utes direction of his pistol he uddressed Bell, I'ierce 05 1010 harrican," und as thoy wore sure that with the children 1030 , . .TV 626 Wf "Hftii'irlHiF Sample 1015 911 I he was tho older and their grandfather aud ono hand were tho und Mojuves in their own villages, and 1 perhaps bee-u10 23 618 Stcphensport 1023 9 21 CHARTER OAE?-V& ' .I'VVi 1018 613 mtllV Addison 1027 9 25 only men on tho place wo thought it found them quite us enlightened ua these the stronger looking 1015 610 Holt 1030 9 30 interesting little white savages of the "Well, yon d d horse thief I You quito prudent to go with them. 10 01 Cloverport 557 1041 9 46 967 553 Shops 10 50 cowunlly deserter, we got you and 961 About a mile further on we c.?mo up-o- n Soutli Carolina pine lands. 9 44 540 Skillman 1100 10 01 Late in the afternoon Mr. Dillard re- this boys now if you don't tell us whar u double log cabin on stilts that left 933 630 1111 Haweiville 1010 9 26 622 1'etrle , we'll 1118 1018 CioCffl) a space underneath for a swarm of yol turned, bringlug writing 'materials and the rest of the gang is, by 6 920 Kalcon 1024 1124 low curs aud u lot of disconsolate look- also a butternut coat, which, in addition tuko our halters und swing you two fel 915 611 11 2i) 1028 Cace 6 05 Lewfsport ing chickens. As wo ueared the house to being several sizes too large, hud seen lows up right herel" 1135 1031 90? 861 148 1182-Powers 1050 To prove thut he meant business, tho the children run ahead, and when we service beforo. That night two men 4 35 837 1207pm 1102 l'ates 4 25 827 halted before the steps leading up to the who looked enough like Mr. Dillard tn man his name was Holland flung him-sel- f Owensboro 1216 1111 -- : 815 411 Mattlngly 1123 1227 open space between tho two cabins the be his twin btothers, came to tho house, from the saddle, aud the others fol 806 4 0. Stanley 1131 1236. little ones were showing their money to und we found them like our host very lowed his example. Bell did not quail, 365 1246 Worthlngton 765 1140 7 37 337 SiioUsville 101 1165 a yellow faced, hollow eyed woman much down ou the Yankees, and still indeed, there was thut in his manner that 7 29 3 29 flasketts 1205pm 111 flnttMry?nUSE Dorustw,lko our.Cirtc' OaUStovo as well as when we whose faded calico dress appeared to he more bitterly opposed to the war und alarmed the horsemen. He strode to1220am 1 23pm ir.IIenders'n lv 715im 315pm SKHVAVrr-U)- n. every bit as well, M&'am. her only garment, and who held cigar the men who brought it on. They had ward Holland und, looking him full .JjA?Jf K 'lais ,nousE- -1 m expectiiiR a friend to take dlnnerwlthusnoxt week, on purpose vugue stories about great battles in in tho eyes, prefaced his introductory fashion between her thin lips u willow our stovo cooks everythlriK. and I want you to have u nlco dinner for us, t0 RTTOATI.. Hkiivant-inde- ed I will, Ma'am. There's no trouble to cook nice with that stove. Louisvi'IejHardinsburg Sl Western R. R. stick, which told at u glance that she Georgia and Virginia, and a man over speech by informing the fellow that if lie Ot'cn Dooi-- makes it so much easier than other stoves I have been usedThe V? a"" to, Allendale hud told Mr Dillard that dared to Intimate that either of us wus a was addicted to tho habit of snulT dip at ""ttoolcatiuiitroui 1 never Lincoln wus killed. This Information horse thief ho lied like a sneak and the No. 2 TIME TABLE. Lady ok tub Housk Why, how do you explain It? wus thought to be reliable, as the man truth wus not in him, and, further, thut "Howdoe, strangers?" wus the worn bkrvant Well, I don't havo to watch everything so close for fear it will "burn. You know TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. bi.nt on ton taKi.lt fi so apt l,a,k( A it bakej nn's salutation as Bell and 1 doffed our who told It had seen it "with his own if ho(Hollaud) wus not the biggest coward through. The Charter Oak bakes perfectly without any to r of burnlnc, And isthen In danK-West Hound Trains Hast Hound Trains eyes" in u Columbia paper. that ever wore u beard ho would either hats aud stood bofore her. roastine a turkey. I don't havo to keen battlmr it ovory ilvo mlnuU'i. it roass beautifully brown Daily1 DaiTj Dally Daily Ono of these men wus decidedly origwithout It. and without drjIriG It up llko tho tlchfovriH do. And you know how crlsntlis apologize or else give the man ho hud so Bell said that he was feeling very well, STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun ex Sun. ex Sun. oiscuui aro wnaoui Deinc nam anu iourii. you always praised my biscuits, but It wasn't loi grossly insulted un equal chance to prove No. 6 No. 1 No. 2 No. 6 excepting that ho was a little damp and inal tn his way, und ho gave us un idea tho wire Bauze oven doorl know they wouldn't I o near as nice. I liopo I'll neverIfhavo to cook which we subsequently carried out to his honor und I1I3 courage. This bold 023333303333333333 033333 anywhero acuta whero thoy haven't got a Chartir Oak 8tovo ortltance. 11 30 tin I.v Irvlngton Ar 930im hungry and that if tho lady would got Garfield 8 35 1210pm 33333333333333333303300 us something to cat and peru.it us to dry our great advantage. Ho seemed to course had uu excellent effect, and Bell 12 25 Ilurned 815 12 42 7 60 Hardintburg our clothes beforo going on that ho would liavo a particular hatred for tho men was quick to see it. Turning to the other Kirk 118 715 who hud been exempted from tinny duty men, with a manner that indicated he gladly pay her her own price, us 7 05 Jolly 130 644 Gltmlcane 148 far moro for tho accommodation than lie becnusesoof their negroes. near ua I can was sorry to see u lot of fine fellows in Dempster 631 165 "Ef bo," be said, us such company us Holland's, he said: did for tho nionoy. KY3 2 15pm ar Pallsllough Iv 6 14am "We una is sojers on furlough Kockvale 664 260 "Come in and I'll send for dad." re- recall, "1 wns a maktn fo' the Blue 1 wouldn't go neuh no large to make our wuy to the mountains. We Ilidge, Huth 629 302 plied the woman. OUR JANUARY 5 21 Asklns 311 fo' them's chuck full una hex been whar tho man thut dares 6 00 3 29 Oaks Wo followed her in. and the oldest girl towns like 'Gustu, 4 45am 00pinArIfordviHcLv of fellers playin sojers. I'd stick to the to Insult we una never uaa and never was sent for her grandfather. That gentleman must have been within cosy country, I'd find out what plantations will be, and" that's whnr Yankee bullets had tho best bosses or umlos, an as pre1 had hardly taken fer to rido rather than to walk, I'd do as hez been flyin around. Just look at ttnitl' THE LOUISVILLE A. ST. LOUIS Ala LINE. reach, for Bell and With a dramatic intensity and u force of our seats by the lire when Mr. Dillard, 401-40- 7 tho owner of the placo and the father of most sojers do, un thut is take a critter action such as 1 havo never Been surpassed (L. E. k ST. L. R. R.) . when 1 wanted one. Of course it on the stngo, Bell tore open his slilrt and tho woman, came in. lie woro no shoes Is now in full blast. wouldn't bo wise to hung on to tho same pointed to the still unhealed bullet hole A ragged straw hat, itnd u pair of buttercritters, but change off every chance." , nut trousers, held up by u slnglo SHORTEST, QUICKEST in his right breast It bad been tnudo by by that hud left a blue stuin ou his asThis man was regardedhad his friends it rebel, but who could tell thut? u great traveler. He been down A"large stock of AND BEST LINE TO unbleached and unwashod cotton shirt, Holland calmed down Bomewhut, , constituted his simple attire. His hair the river to Savannah, und ho had also though he wus not inclined to yield made a trip in his younger days "way ' ' and beard were shaggy and gray, and men wero out out to Pickens," which was tho extreme gracefully. He und his thieves. Thoy CLOTHING, DRY GOODS his long, leathery cheeks and bony cinhuntiugdeserterannd horse From I to 600 horse power. northwestern corner of the state. We hud been trucked into these woods, und, namon colored hands guvo him tho apAND ALL POINTS BOOTSndSHOES talked fur into the night, und tho next while Bell'f story might bo true, it wua pearance of an Indian. He wus very distant at first. He knew nothing about the morning Bell und myself, in excellent tho purt of prudence to make us prison' DO GENERAL South-Wes- t. NOTIONS, GROCERIES war and did not want to know, except health and spirits, bade farewell to Mr. ers until wo could prove that wo were Dillard and his interesting family. honest men und away from tho anuy on tbut a "pnssel of doggone hounds kern to GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS We had a rude map of tho roads loadfurlough. bis house more'n twoyu.irsugoand toted ing Tins-Car- d in Effect Dee, IS lUUUl to Aiken, and we wero assured by Jack Long, TO UK CONTINUED. DRESS GOODS Mr. Dillard and his frionds thut if wo Louisville 8:45.a,m...9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. Ho didn't bring on the waruud he wasn't kept on the trucks indicated and did not Lv. Engines, Boilors, Saw and Grist Mills, going to fight "unless they came to toto put up at trie larger plantations that wo ...7sJ4 UNDERWEAR Arr St. Louis T:45 Get the best and cheapest j that means, 9:50 p.m. him off; then lie would show his hand," EvanivUU) 2:25 " Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shingle Machinos. might trust tho poor whites, "fo' they buy Salvation Oil for only twenty-flv- o For further Id formation, oa 11 on or addreu, and he motioned to tho long hunting rifle was our own kind of folks." This advlco at Bottom Prices. Keep in Stock Now and Second-han- d Machinery, cents. and powder horn above the. dresser R.A CAMPBELL, was certainly good, and acting on It wo Bell understood the old man perfectly. passed through Aiken, Edgefield and Steam and Hand PUmps, Gum and Loathor Bolting, flen'l Pass. Ag't, Evansville, Ind. "A prophet is no good in his own Their vermicular wus nearly the same, Into the Abbeville district. J, B CAMPBELL, We met country ;" but there is on exception to Iron and Wood Pulloys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Gooda, For the next sixty days we offer special inducements to and they were soon agreeing on every many deserters on the way, and tho men this proverb. Dr. Bull lias boon of infinD P. A. Lulsfll,Ky Tipo and Fittings, Circular Sawfl, Machino Oils, point. Bell had been conscripted like with whom wo spoke wero all convinced ite good to his countrymen, and Ills City Ticket Office, S. W. Cot. Th rd k Main Mr, Dillard's son, und I hud been conour trade and those who come first get the pun. And all kinds of Mill and Machino Supplies. Sts I.oulirllle, Ky. If tho dethut the south was whipped. scripted and fairly dragged away from moralisation and desertions wero as Cough Syrup lias become a national ? PRICES and all business guaranteed to ho stisfactory. my old mother, whoso only support 1 great in othor parts of tho south, and I balm. "ANAKE8IS " rIvob Instant was. Now wo had "lit out," und we wero am inclined to think they were, it is cerCorrcepondonco solicited. unri Is an Infalllulo relief trying to make our wuy home to our tain that the sou thorn men hastened tho Cure for 1'Ilf. Prlcofl.II DrtiggWMorinnii. ramniro All kinds ol Job work dono at this friends In the mountains, for wo wero Inovi table end. frrc. AildrajsAMKUtlS." HAItDINSBUIia, KY. ijox Silo, Now York City. determined to tuko no yrther part In TTS .A. O-IjX- j. On thg night, or rathr early morning, oillco. PRISONER h ifeWAR FOR A GOOD SMOKE ASK FOR THE -- : DuLrtiaixi Oiorar r Vk GREAT Model Mill -- "wt - :0NLY Elev&Ior wBKKMmSBHBmB I :m BBK t n 10CBI -- CIGAE ":v,; MARKED Superior Facilities fiife. m. t MtAK TteSkMof 'mm i -- . g&my&ggmg&&. 801 & 803 W. MAIN STREET, l irji.vpnncr ".(- .flKu8i m wv mMmmk QUAL$p ak' tel tAl? HETTERMANN BROS.," ithti v IrvingLon Milling Co., 1 ju. d Titux in uix r jli nu .i .tr.fcrar t XJJJUJJllK Dow 1$ &. Good RURKI'TUR.K -1 TIME SCHEDULE 18. lime T.,i u ., .... .' t f SL yifQ $ SPECIAL.' TOBACCO, RICE, SODA, se M yi, ' kJ SHOT. POWDER. LOADED SHELL and FLOUR MEALT3 SSS1 h COFFEE, MOLASSES. f i: HENSLEY, JOLLY DEJERNETTE, FARMERS SUPPLY HOUSE, HARDINSBURG, J 1 CLEARING SALE ::- HARRY GUENTHER & BRO.. ft SZ3T- East Main St., O"W"B0iTSBOI5O, .. JT: m St. Louis, Evansville BnTo- zisrEs; AND MACHINE West and :- FOUNDRY BUSINESS. acturo tio PILES WITT MEADOR, GIVE JBreckenridge lINO news. 1892. WEDNESDAY, MAliCII 2. OxvvBRroHT is moving. Let the industrious and enterprising cast in their lot and money with us. HARD1HSBURG DEPARTMENT. BRANDENBURG. D .SlVmtSILU. IIAIUIAOH, Kdltori.nd TroprletoM. 1ft and ExprtM going Eait " west " " Halt Etxdtt t , St, ii. A; T. I.ornl Tliuo Onril. " Woet 10.01 10.41 6, 47 9.40 11.19 leal ittlyHit " Bait Weit a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. .10.04 a.m. Tiikiik is no let up in our subscription list Now names are being added every day and our old subscribers are all renewing. Lot the good work go on. Tub water works are coming this year. Experts are investigating cost and plans, and tho people are anxious to move. Fifteen thousand dollars will equip us in s style and give us ample supply. flrst-clas- L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. 0OINO HT. Panwnger Dally nrr. liar Jlniburg .12:42 p.m. $im DEMOCRATIC OUT LOOK. Tiik News has unbounded faith in tho future of Cloverport. She is bound to bo a big town. Wo snift it in tho breoses David Ii. Hill nnd tho Tammany and are setting our mils to catch a full aontin tho stnto o( New York tryine head, so that we may keep up with the tho country. But the party of the procession. oplo always ready for any emergency, laving had its faith in good works How's This. ested, heretofore, will como out of "Wo Offer One Hundred Dollars Hora dilemma with banners fly! ng,notwi th- - ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot standing tho onslaught of Tammany and be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. tho Mugwump element. Aa was preF. J. CHENEY & Co., Props., Toledo, dicted tho New York delegation goes to O. iiicago. solid for Hill for President. "Wo, tho undersigned, havo known F. convention was cut and dried, and J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and iinj clan was expected. There was him perfectly honorablo in all busio? single Cleveland man in tho con- - ness transactions and financially able to Vcntion that met in Albany, and for carry out any obligation mado by their La weeks past it was understood that there firm. I ' .i ii u.i.. i i. JfHjUluu nut w. t? inn, aci viiniiy niwiui tun AVbst t Tkuax, AVholcsnlo Druggists, every member of tho convention Toledo, O. W.vimixo, Ki.n-xa& Mah-tijMf wenf In pledged to his support. Its work Wholesale DruggiBts, Toledo O. fa tas.ehort, quick and decisive, tho whole Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internalt proceedings being fully mapped outbe- - ly, acting directly upon tho blood and Piorotho delegates assembled. IJut tho mucous surfaces of the system. Prico question arises after all, will this state 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. convention, manipulated as it wascntiro- STEPHENSPOffT. Uy intho interest of Hill, and its dclegat- ti$ doclanng to the country that ho is tho J. H. Lay wont to Louisville Monday. fc'iniioof tho Now York Democracy for Mrs. Will Ed Mathena was very sick tProulcnl, aid Mr. Hill in securing the piommation? It is thought that it will not last week. iTliuugh NewYork has been a power In Na Mr. Jas. MclCaughn went to Hendertional Conventions heretofore, In this in son Thursday. stance the Democracy elsewhere cannot Mr. Jno. D. Babbage editor of Nnws, jhfler a lew of her partisans from one stato was in town Saturday. icomc into the convention with n cutand Mr. Chas. Kosser, of Troy, Ind., was at A candidate, and undertako to over- Hank's Hotel last wcok. Jo tho will of the majority. For bo- Mr. John Cone, of Louisville, was nt Eind, beneath and surrounding it nil, tho Bonnett House Monday. Ihcy soe In it n move to exlmlt, gratify Tvev. 8. P. Stiles flllod his appointment nd strengthen the ambition of ono man tlibe ftxpense nna possibly tho defeat of nt tho M. E. church Sunday. Bjflw hi le party. They see back of tho Mr. Amos Board, of Hardinsburg, was liqrk of the convention tho shrowd gon- - in town Saturday and Sunday. dMp of Hill himself, who has for Miss Fannie Broshear, of Preston, will fobs past been endeavoring to thrust commence a spring school here soon. J candidacy for tho Presidency upon Rev. R. N. McNemcr, of Louisville, rouritry without the asking. This is will fill the pnlpit at the Baptist church Uica in the eyes of Mr. Hill, but tho Saturday morning and eening and over balance, of tho country dosen t observo it Sunday. Rn that light They are willing to con- Quite o crowd of our young people atffcdv all that is duo him, and at tho samo tended tho evening services of a protime recognizo his great power over the which was in progress 'lfwhino politics in New York; but that tracted meeting, at Rome last week at the M. E. church. Rt.iU". tXsX hnot the piito His ability We feel that apologies are due the 4inuct nc eda come to the south and west, father of the baby spoken of last week. to tho whole union. Going to was a 1U pound boy, instead of a ago with a dozen wise men from As it girl, and the correspondent is willing to jYork, now, dosen't count for much, all the blame of causing the misnt to precipitate dissension and dis-- take take. if they are so mind to do it. And ' Public school closes Friday, and Prof. Jut this thing that the party dreads J. H. Pile will leave for his home at 'S ountcr. Hut they are determined Bums. We regret very much to lose the ', b accept Mr. Hill and will go else-Vr- o young Professor from our midst, and the lor a candidate and take chances, patrons feel that ho has done good ini it is. The surroundings furnish tellectual work as the school has proven nti rial .for thought among Democrats, Moseley has "ocd it is Veil the be stirring. Hill must quite a success. Miss Ella assisted him since Prof. Jolly left and all juiid as lor Cleveland he is a bare pos-aitwork. If the party were forced to take are pleased with her 4stsUjust now almost upon the vorge of juttlcult solution, that o choosing party jfuincos nt Chicago. It all comoe about i be-licx n, 1 . i y. Ths Democracy ol the country finds 0010 KABT. PaMfigr Dally urr. llardlniburg.. 7:50 n.m Mr. Julius Brown has been sick sevor-a- l days. Mr. Amos Board went to Stephensport Saturday. Mkw Mary Allen returned to Louisville"' last Friday, f Go to Hardin A Brown's for your fain ily groceries. Miss Klla Smith loft last Tudfcday for Cromwoll, Ky. Mrs. Lula Bush returned from Irving-to- n lost Saturday. Fresh brsad threo time a week at Hardin it Brown's. Mr. Rod Mattlngly, of Glondoanc, was in town lagt Friday. Mr. W. J. Donn, Glondoano, was in the city last Saturday. Mr. Ken Board has gone to New Albany to look out fofa position. Mrs. Frank Haswoll loft last Friday to visit relatives in Ohio county. John Butler lias 'qualified as administrator of Vol Butler, deceased. Misses Pearl and Mattio Moorman visited Mrs. Will Hardin last week. Miss Annio Mattlngly was nt homo last week from Now Albany? Ind. All kinds of canned goods of tho very best quality at Hardin & Brown's. Watches, clocks, spectacles and jowcl-cr- y T. C. Lowis. of overy kind. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. K. Wlthors wore In town last Saturday visiting from Kirk. Machine oil, bands, rubbers, shutlcs, T. C. I.owis. needles, etc. Remomber it nnd go to Hardin &. Brown for your fresh meat and vegetables. Mr. Leonard Mattlngly, Jr., is clorklug. for W. W. Vessels at tho llambleton house. Smith & Bnzby woro delivering Fords-vlll- o coal here lost week at ton conts por bushel. Miss Flora Whentley, of West View, was in tho city last week visiting Mrs. Jeff Mattingly. Mr. W. 8. Cart has bcon appointed constable in tho Union Star district F. W. Basham resigned. The County Court granted Mr. Charley Mattiingly a license last week to keep a billiard table in Cloverport Mr. J. D. Gregory was in tho city last week and qualified as a Notary Public, lie will keep ids office in Cloverport Violins, guitars, banjos, harps and other kinds of musical instruments. A T. C. Lewis. full line of strings, etc. The County Court has granted Riloy Johnson a licenso to keep a tavern in Constantino with the privilege of selling w hiskey. The wills of Melvina McGlothlan, Jonas Gray, Andrew Bargor and Geo. W. Carman were admitted to probate in the County Court last week. I am now located on Main street two doors south of bank. All nro specially invited to c ill and see my neat littlo jow-elr- y A. W. Muromon wont to Louisville Monday. J)ii Morotnen spent Saturday and Sunday at homo. Judgo MoBoath, of Lcltchfiold, spont lagt wcok horo. Miss Clark is visiting her sister, Mrs. Alien, of this placo. . Mr. Thomas Phllllpps is quito sick at his homo near town. Josso Herndon, of near Welistor, spent Sunday in our town. Bud Price has returned from n trip of several weeks south. A "Young" switch has rocontly bcon Than thoy wero in tho Fifties. Vest's Fine Shoes Exemplify tho built on the Fontnino placo. . Mrs. Agnes Riokotts, of Louisville, spent several days hero last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Woodson nnd little Henry wont to Louisville Friday. Ladies' Fino Shoes in Welts nnd Turns both Hand mid GoodMr. I. R. B. Arnold preached at tho year, also McKay Sewed in evory desirable stylo. M. E. church Sunday nt 11 o'clock. Hon. David Murray, of Clovorport, was hero attending court Inst wcok. Miss Fannio Mattingly, of Garrett, visited Mrs. Frank McAulifflast week. Miss Lizzie Raw lings visited in the lower bottom tho lattor part of the wA week. Mrs. Sallio Clarkson and daughter, Rona, havo returned from n visit to Big Spring. Mr. Mawnn Fontaine, has gone into the grocery business with Mr. Ross in Jeil'er- sonvillc. Mr. J. S. Morcnicii, who has bcon in You will find constancy a full stock of Mississippi for 60 vcrnl weeks has returned home. Hon. II. T. Kendell nnd James Montgomery, of Elizabethtown, camo down to Circuit Court. Mrs. R. H, Novilt visited Mr. John Novitt at Basin Spring farm tho later part of tho week. Miss Einnia English, of Stephenspoit, will teach tho spring school at Beech Grovo. Scho)l will open Monday. Mrs. Iko Owings nnd children and Jim Also a full lino of Fancy Groceries, Cannod Goods, and an excelLeo Woolfolk left on tho boat Saturday night for n visit at Wolf Creek. lent assortment of Fresh and Pure Candies. Protracted meeting begun nt tho M. E. Everything fresh and clean. church hero Sunday. Tho services will bo conducted by Rov. Hayes. Wo solicit your orders for cakes and confections for special occasions R. C. Craycrofl, B. F. Rawllngs, of Big Spring and Will Edoloii, Mlko Flaherty which wo aro prepared to fill on short notice. and Will Bates, of Flaherty, attended "fay Back in the 1W V Wc wore selling Ladies Fine Shoes Our Shoes are about Now That We Are in the Nineties NINETY TIMES BETTER Evolution of Forty Years Quality High. Prices Low. DO YOU NEED A V E lowing Machine OR City Bakery arid Confectionery. twiat SlMli If so writo to us as wo aro Agents for I 1 U&II JJ reaiUi Ko I lbs Amos Wlnitely Any repairs for your old machines we can furnish on short notice, for either Whitoly or Champion machines. CAKES, CANDIES, ETC. SMART & CO., CLOVERPORT, KY. -- ; fit?- - FURNITURE COFFINS' McGLOTHLAN BEOS., IRVINGTON, Havo now in stock n completo lino of I court Tho many friends of Mr. Juno McQo-he- o wero glad to sco him In town again rind hopo his health will conlinno to CHAS. RIEDEL & CO., Cor. Wall and Poplar Sts. improve Rov. Ilagan preached horo Friday night. Ho accepted tho call hero and will bo tho lyistor of tho Baptist church hero for tho coming year. CLOVERPORT, KY. Squire Whito stole two sacks of flour off of the wharf boat tho 20th, and was UCTIO Saturday, March 12, establishment It is reported hero T. C. Low is. that Mr. J. A. Dean c I Ai x k her, Cleveland would be the moro ac- ntablp. Yet. it dosen't recosnizo in ,irouT' a 8uro winner. For when we in.-liilonlilv puna four ' o - w liml j ,,iars ago, lo and behold G rover come undi r the string a little too late. It is tlnse things coupled with others that has '.alii, n the confidence of Democrats in 1"" t lh Our Little Men and Women, for March is an unusually readable num y V' r The disturbance which took place aiujng tho Third Party delegates in the Cimution Hall at St. Louis last week rrratK the celebrated dictum of the great I'UUiiuigan of Texas. "What are wo hero for' It is easy to surmise what the Tnlrd Party men are after, and just upon ti the outset of their greatest National seems strange that they hadn't in it the presence of mind to do their work harmoniously, and avoid precipitating a pr rst'ual riot among the members at St. Touia. But in tho Third Tarty conven ts n, as in all other great assemblies, there w as a strong disposition on a part to run the machino, and play of a big 1 ke in tho bono yard. This is a little singular from tho fact that tho Third Part started in to reform all other parti-s )y setting up a new standard of morality, purity and reform within ll Con-vcnU-its-Be- ber. "Boots and Boneset" is a capital "Playing school" tells more story; about "The Doings of the Studio Dolls," and "Like a Fairy Princess" is a true incident, told as a charming story, about the Princess of Wales. "A Seal's Sayings," "A Boy and a Girl, "Jokor ami his Relations," are all worthy of special mention, while "Mamma trusted Vs" "Fiv Little servants" and "A Star Story," each embellished with fitting and beautiful pictures, show a knowledge which and appreciation of child-lif- e enables the publishers of Our Little Men and Women to send out an exceedingly helpful as well as lieautiful little magazine. For youngest readers. Prico $1.00 a year ; 10 cents a numlier. D. Lothrop Company, publishers, Boston. Tho Clover Leaf Lodge, I. O. of G. T. was organized hero lost Tuesday by Mrs. and Rouben Millor, of Owonsboro, havo been engaged ns counsel in tho big church suit now on the docket from tho Forks of Rough. Miss Emma May gave n party to her young friends lost Friday evening ond n most enjoyablo timo was had. Tho following were present: Misses Mattio Heston, Eliza Bead, Nora Smith, Ola Adkisson, Eva Hensloy, Irono Board, Katie Kskridgc, Annio Milnor, Eva lies-toDaisy Mercer and Messrs. Jesse Whitworth, Allon Stith, AVill Lcnnin, John Haswoll, Sherman Ball, Tom Brown, Graham Eskridge Claude Mercer and Herbert Beard. n, w News undertakes to say, no such waits for indestructibility havoovor been Tut btuit in this region of country, as those now going up for tho News building. The building brick turnod out by tho Clovcrport Vitriflod Brick "Works havo never bcon equallod heretofore. The results of tho investigations and occurancee of the last few days in tho vitrified brick world, makes it almost a certainty that Clovorport soon will bo tho groat manufacturing center of this widely demanded product. Tuom n, the present drift of public opln-oReports come to this city that there is it is believed the Kentucky delegaOwcnsboro and Hardinstion will go to Chicago favoring John G. a place on the Carlisle for Piesldent. with thirty membors. Tho officers arc as follows : II. A. Oolzo, W. C. T., Mrs. W. O. Allen, W. V. T., Jesso Miller, W. R, ltov. W. C. Brandon, W. Chap.. Orville Gregory, W. F. S., Miss Sallie Moorman, W. T., W. O. Allon, W. M., Miss Ella Witt, W. Q , Cliarlcs May-hal- l, Sentinel, and F. N. D'lluy, W. P. C. T. They moot overy Wednesday night, in tho Y. M. C. A. rooms nt tho Baptist church. W. L. Ktorotto, city marshal of Ilawos-villaccompanied by 11. C. Storms, camo up last Thursday night, and informed tho authorities horo that thoy wanted Abo Mattlngly, a gontloman ol color, who thoy suspected was hiding in this city. Marshal llambleton produced him in his usual quick order, and they departed on tho West bound express with thoir prisoner. Mattlngly had waylaid Wm. Hoylo, another colored gentleman, in Hawesvillo a few nights before, and assaulted him with a club. Kcefer, o, The building boom has struck us. There will be fifty liousee built here this spring and summer. Some of them will business blocks. be first-class Cleveland has been in- il'-to make an address on the tariff issue liefore the Tariff Ileform Leaguo, of Indians, at Indiauajwlis. TiUABUNUinensay Clovorport shows up bettor prospects than any other town in the Ohio valley. hat a man I held for enterprise, Clover-po- rt funwhei th active nnd progressive burg road, extending from tho Hancock line to Martin Murray's about ono mllo tlint has not bcon worked for many months and it is practicably impossible to pass along it. People living ovor in Hancock who wish to como this way desire that tho County Judge of Breckenridgo bo notified of this fact. Thoy say tho portion of tho road in Han-coo- k isgood, but whon lliuy erosa tho Breckonridgo line, tho trouble begins. It seems that there is an 0orsQOr down thoro, but ho won't work It, ond Judgo Adklsson should look into thf- - matter. With all tho attention and caro that can bo given them, roads nro bad enough at this season of tho yea', and when thoy nro neglected, pcoplo cannot uso (hem at all. The Louisville Market. Tho total sales in tills market last week wero 4801 hhds against 4134 tho proceeding week nnd 4200 for tho corresponding week of last year. Of last week's sales 1442 hogsheads wero old crop and 2010 hogsheads of tho 1S02 crop, Tlio total recoipts last week wore 8010 hogsheads, or 1281 less than sales. Tho rejections wore 077 hogsheads. Tho markot for Hurley, except on lugs and trash and colory types has bcon irregular nnd lower this week. Somo of tho buyers claim that tho brcaks'havo not contained ns much good and fino tobacco as usual ; that tho gonoral quality of tho tobacco has bcon poorer. Tho rnngo of prices has certainly been lower. It Is truo that offerings of tho very lino grados, such as properly como under the head of "selections," havo been exceedingly ecarco, and prices of $20 and upwards few and far between. While there aro certain types of leaf, such as common rod fillers and bright wmppors, soiling at from $5 to $7 that havo changed vory little, tho prevailing sentiment on the breaks is that ovcrythlng from common leaf up is from $1 to $2 lower than it has been for somo weeks. Trash and lugs nnd colory typos havo been uctivo and strong and selling readily at quotations. Wo revise our quotations on new Burley to correspond with those views. It is hardly necessary to speculate on tho cnuso of this lowering of the market. We could think of no reason for it oxopt tho exceedingly crowded state of tho market. We are certainly offering too much tobacco. II ail tne nouses could sell each day all thoy put up it would 1.500 or 1.800 hoinhvftdM por day, would umko If sailers nnd ttttrehout-eintsoma arrangement hy which ouch hotuo that ueairai umko h uttering mm yet limit the total Bah-- to about 11 vo or six hundred hotheads, it would ho much tho present hotter for the nellers-w- ith system and the present large olibringa some houses may not have moro thnu two sales n week, nnd farmers nnd shippers aro sometimes very much inconvenienced hy tho delay. Dark tohacco la hoing od'ered in limited supply and tho market for this type is strong nnd nctivo nnd sells near ouIhwV figures of our nuotnU'W larmira Homo Journal. tried, convicted nnd taken to tho peni Wo will on tentiary insido of five days. A social dance given nt tho residenco of Mr. Gough Saturday evening was enjoyed very much by tho young ladies and gentlemen of our littlo town. R. B. Arnold's floating chapel landed hero Saturday and Is giving a panorama 1892, sacrifico at Publio Auction of biblical pictures. Ho gavo a free exhibition Sunday afternoon nnd evening, our entiro slock of nnd a lecture on tho lifo of Christ. Two young men by tho namo of Thomson, of Wolf Creok, wero nrrested Saturday for drunk and disordorly conduct nnd wero relented Sunday morning on bond. courrr ITEMS. Civil Docket. Mrs. Agnes Rickotts against St. L. T. R. R. judgeinont on damages to land $500. Commonwealth Docket Commonwealth vs Sam Bishop carrying pistol fined $25 and ten days in jail. Will sell without regard to cost. Same vs Marion Brunton carrying pistol fined $25 and ton days In jail. Don't fail to como. Commonwealth vs Georgo Dow and John Stroblo fined $25 and ton days in jail. Commonwealth vs Rhoda Peak charged with murder continued. Commonwealth vs Fielding Popham charged with killing hogs fined $25. Fuiuutuiik and Coffins, nnd aro prepared to supply their trade with ovorything needed in this line, at prices as low as the lowest. Thoy realizo that tho proper way to push trade is to turn tltoir stock over as often as possible and replenish frequently. To do this thoy projtoso to make tho prices a shade lower than LouiBvillo dealers, and savo freight to their customers. TItY THEM. The Tradesmens National Bank OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. SAVE CASH DN GROCERIES CofTeo Capital, $750,000. THIS WEEK. Organized n 291 BROADWAY. a State Hank Logan C. 1823 Under National Act 1865. Vice-Pres't, Boots, SKoes, Arbuckles and 4X nt Hats, t I, Notions, Etc Green coilec at Canned tomatoes 3 lb. nt Cannod beans Ulackborrios Pickles linker it Co'ri., coco Best patent flour California hams Best smoked hams Other goods in proportion. 10c. 17 to 20e. 8c. James L Gianni... Pres't. Hurray, Olim F. Berry, Catiiir. ACCOUNTS ...,Cc Oe. COItUESPONDENCE INVITED. INVITED. Set doz. 25c. can. 05c. wick. 7c. lb. 10c. " STEPHENSPORT SHINGLE and LATH FACTOEY.j CHRIST BEST, Proprietor. MANUFACTURER OF Free Delivery. N. Y. STORE. F. N. D'HUY Is tho man that will save you money. Shingles, Laths, Hogshead StaYesj And Dimension Stephensport, Kt.l COME AND Stuff. J Stop! Stop! Stop! AT THE CANNELTON. (Knqutrcr.) Mrs. F. M. Boultlngliouso Is very sick. Charles Weathcrholtnnd family wero visiting Mrs. I M. lloullinghouso on Monday. Mr. S. L. Snlror went to Cloverport Thursday evening to negotiate for n gas well to inlinto tho bicycle mnrket of Cannelton. Mr. J. II. Ilunscho is in Cloverport tills week in tho interest of Mr. Sulzor's Ifo will uivo tho Tailoring department. cornerackors fits. Mrs. I.illie, wifo of Galon liarhee, died nt her rosidence, near Cloverport, Ky., Thursday, Fob. 18th, 1891. Sho was n sistor of tho lato Dr. M. M. Howard, of Cunnolton, and ulfeo of Henry Howard. A husband nnd four children survives lior. It's Up Hill Business You will find ovorything you want to cat : STORE SUGAR, COFFE, FLOUR, MEAT, VEGETABLES, CANNED GOODS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, FIGS, RAISINS, ETC. In fact everything in tho Bankrupt SEE Selling goods that carry enormous profits. Wo cut tho profit down to nearly cost thats why our business is always good and nlways growing. Honcoit is to your interest to seo BABBAGE9 New lino of .x M MR. HUNOHE, - Foroman of our TAILORING DEPARTMENT Gfocery&.Confectionery Line will bo faound at Sulzer's Storo lie on FRIDAY of each week. Give him n trial order for n NEW SPRING SUIT. Lroko and fixed for market. ti half mile track and a competent trainer. AW itoek entruited to our We know oaro will bavo ipeclal attention. ourkuilnex and know how to liandlo honet. If you hare a good hone tend htm to ui and wo will put him In a condition to bring you We He Wanted to See Granny, Stuphonsport was all oxcltomout Sunday night ovor the announcement that n seven year old child of Marshal Huso Morgan had disappeared nnd was no-It was feared that here to he found. ho had fallen oithor into Sinking Creok or the ri vor and was drow nod. Mcssngos, however, wero sont up und down tho railroad, nnd sonrcliing parties started out to soour tho country around. Ho was found about threo o'clock Monday morning, snugly tucked in bod nnd who lives asleep at his about five miles abovo Steponsport in Robert's IJottom, nnd tho fears of nu nnxious fnthor and weoping mother woro allayod. Tho littlo truant had run away to pay " giwiny " a visit. w grand-mothor- HORSES TRAINED. llonei trained, hare a fint-cla- Thankful for pa&t favors. Respectfully solicit you to call, we take great pleasure in waiting upon you. GLASSWARE NOVELTIES J. H. Moorman, Manager. NOTICE. beg to announce to the puMlo that T am appointed Solo Acnt for Ilearln A-- llawkln'a fauioui Drunk of Hand Mado Sour Mash llnur-be- n Whliky, of Leltehueld, Ky., which it guaranteed to be pure. W. h. UEAYIN.Bo'e Agent. p Wc Save You Money ! m YWfj Tl T.TPMOW I big money. NEVITT & BLAND, Bailn Spring Stook Farm, near IRVINQT0N, KY. Clovorport, Ky. jitac "ma rswwwik NOTHING TIRED FEELU 1ASTES RIGHT JO LITTLE OR NO APPETITE, NOTICE. Mr. K. II. Marcilllatt having resigned his connections with this Company, wo bog to adviso that yo shall continue in tho stavo business in this eoction. GlNCI.VJJ ATI COOI'KIIAOK I. W. HARPER'S NclsoiiCo.Ky.ffliiskey A A A OKNTLKMKN'S WHISKEY. WHISKEY F0H THE SIDKUOAnD. WHISKEY FOH THE SICK ItOOM. Sold by TONIO nnd so what a change It wiU This Tonio Is not only tho Burew jm Chills, hut na a Blood Purifier and Aj 1'ioasant as mnonoa, unenualcu. cry for h ft c,v Yintr A K( MTir lHlo rJ Can 1UCC COJU'AN'V, Or you uro nil worn out, so! nothing 'lry It Ii general debility IlllOHti'S I HO If JUTVJiltS. Bold you, and kIvo a. rooI n wwtlU:. U villi euro by all dealer lu mwllcliw. jFYOVIt ItAlli ACItKS really for January 1, 1802. Hawesvillo, Ky. EVERY DOTTLE GUARA1 lod Zim Hliort fi Ilnynos have tho largest line of paints ever brought to Cloverport. M. P. POPHAM, cLovnui'Oivr,KY. For Sale by A, R. FISHER, 0L0V1 trca M. The nnd iw3T - -- , wr, w. Physician Ojtfce Dr. J. M, Clayton, Surgeon. in Dr. H7iiV old tland up ttuis. OLOVERPORT. KY. Dr. S. S. Watkins, hysician Offick & Surgeon, "(Noxt door to Brcckenrhlgo Clovcrport, Ky. Bank. A. Merchant Tailor, CANNEIVTON, IND. SnlW made to order In tlio best stylo. J. KIRST, Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. BANK. 07 Capital Stock $25,000. B. F. BEARD, President. WILL MILLER, M. II. BEARD, Cashier. -- Q. W BEAUD 1 MORRIS ESKItlDOE J R.M. JOLLY. INTEREST PAID Dire tor ON TIME DEPOSITS Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1892. LOCAL BREVITIES. Short Hnynes for drugs nnd jewelry. Fresh bread, enkes nnd confections nt Soifricd's. Limberger, switzer nnd cream cheese nt Seifried's. John Bates, of Balltown, called nt this ofHco Saturday. . Physicians prescriptions a specialty nt Martin's pharmacy. Sam nnd Znch Cox, btephensport, camo down Saturday. . Jeff Hambleton, of Henderson, is visiting his old home, this city. Mrs. Mary Hnynes nnd Mrs. F. N. D'Huy wont to )uisville Monday to hear I'atti. Smart & Co. havo tnatcd tho inside nnd front, of their business house to a fresh coat of paint. AVnlker Board, of Holt, nnd Amos Board, his brother, of Webster, were- in tho city Friday. Charles Robertson, of Glcndeane, was in the city last week, n guest of Mr. and Mrs. R, II. Moorman. If you expect to paint your house this year, see Short & Ilaynes about Harrison's ready mixed paint. Landrcth's fresh garden seeds, also lnrgo red nnd white silver skin onion seta. For salo at 0. 0. Martin's. E. L. CInrk, clerk of tho Cincinnati Cooperage Company at Han esville, and son, Stuart, were in tho city Friday. Quarterly meeting services will bo held in Elm street Methodist church, this city, next Saturday nnd Sundny. Miss Eva Young, of Morganfleld, met tho Patti party, of this city, on tho train nnd nccompanicd thein to Louisville. Christ Best, proprietor of tho shingle nnd lath factory, was in tho city Monday and paid this oflico n visit. A fow good days last week infused now life into tho husbandmen of tho city, and several gardens wcro gotten well underway. Near 300,000 pounds of tobacco lias been delivered to buyers in this city within tho last ten days, nnd it is still oming in. Capt. Dick Williams, of tho Green river packet, Bluo Wing, is visiting his Charles II. Wntlington at gtephonsport. Mrs, Waldo Simons, of Tobinsport. is critically ill with heart troublo and inflammatory rheumatism nnd her death is expected at any timo. " & Sleph-onsport -son-in-la- wife of Joo Dean, hoy, March 1st. Dr. Dempster, of Rock Vale, was in tho city Monday nnd yesterday. Miss Blanche Beard, Hardinsburg is n guest of tho Missis Hall, this city. Mr. J. W. Lafoo and wife, Yolvington, wero visiting Mrs. Temple Saturday nnd Sunday. Fresh npples, bananas, oranges, lemons, candy, cocoanuts Ac. For salo nt C. C. Martin's. John E. Monarch, County Court Clerk, Hnrdinsburg, was in tho city two days last week. Miss Slioron and brother, of Skillman, wcru visiting Miss Maggio Witt, this city last week. John Krousch, ono of tho Simon Pure Democrats, of Homo, Ind., wns in the city Monday. Mr. Decker, The Louisvillo Commer cial man, was in the city Thursday and called at this office. A. S. English, jr., Columbia Tennessee, is spending a fow days with his parents in this city. Ho is nccompanicd by his cousin, Clido English, of Webster. Dr. E. L. Hayes is prepared to do all kinds of dentistry cheap on rcasonnblo terms. Oflico in Chopin's now building. OfTico hours 8 to 12 n. m. nnd 1 to 4:30 p. in. L. X. Severs nnd John D. Stiff, of Union Star, stopped off Saturday nnd spent several hours in tho city. They had been to Cannelton with nrnft of Pales-ville- Jlorntotho n lino , logs. John Shaw, of Hancock, wns in tho city two days last week. John hns lost none ol his pleasant jocular ways since ho has left old Breckenridge. Good eating sweet potatoes, onions, northern early Rose seed potatoes, northern early beauty of Hebron seed potatoes. For salo nt C. C. Martin's. J. 11. Smart, Hancock county, went to Louisvillo last week, and returned with n nico pair of whlto horses, but tho redheaded women wero not along. Tommy Ferry, n littlo boy about six years old, swallowed n nickel last Friday. In a linquid form there is many n one disappears by tho esophagus route. Mr. P. V. Duncan, ono of Cloverport's old nnd respected citizons, who has been sick for several weoks, gladdened tho hearts of his many friends by showing his pleasant face on tho streets again last week. There is talk of drilling tho Stephens-pof- t gaa well deeper. After spending so much money In & liole, it is hard to givo it up, when by a very littlo moro outlay and going a fow feet further tho might bo favorable. If there- is any thing in surface indications, there surely is gas nt Stephensport. II. 0. Murray will leave this city for Louisville ono Jay this week with four rnco horses, belonging to tho Young & Co. Btablo, and will put thorn into training for tho spring meeting. Their names nro Lottie, Gilpatric, Hindoo Lass nnd Alf Allen. Lottlo nnd Alf Allen havo been entered in four stakes. ro-K- Charles B. Skillman nnd wife, Miss Lizzio Skillman, Miss Maggio Bowmer, Mrs. Dr. Watkins, nnd Miss Sterling formed n party and went to henr Pntti sing. A seven year old son of Allen Waggoner while playing on a log ono day last week rolled it over on himself, and broko his left thigh bono. Dr. Owen set tho limb. Mike Miller, Hardinsburg, and Charley Miller of tho samo town wero in the city Saturday, and cnllcd nt this office. Charlie says ho is out of tho sheriffs business. Correspondents will plenso sign their correct nnmes to nil communications they may send to this oflico for publication, wo wish to know who our correspondents arc. Henry Temple says ho is entirely out of his clement when ho is dressed up, and ho wishes thatsuch things as stiff shirts, collars nnd collar buttons' had never been made. There is a compositor in this oflico nbout twenty yenrs of nge who loves to set typo when tho copy has 'fumory on Lndy correspondents please take it. notice, ho works better. Thero is a petition beinc circulated hero asking Congress to pass a law that will prohibit tho speculation in grain and bread stuff futures. It is being almost universally signed. James E. Mattingly, of this city, received an apoplectic stroke Sunday evening nbout 10 o'clock, nnd while he is still nlivo his condition is considered very critical, and the chances are against his recovery. A delegation of K. P's. from Ambroso lodgo of Cannelton camo up Monday night, and conferred tho degree of Knight on Mr. Henry May, in its amplified form. Is wns n very pleasant occasion for all. Tho Clovcrport boom was suspended again, for a couplo of hours, ono day last week while the citizens wero watching a ferret hunt rats nt Adkisson's livery stable, but she boomed on after tho rats wcro all cleaned out. Cortz Walls, near Stephensport, while loading a shell last Saturday, oxploded it nnd frightfully wounded his left hnnd, with which ho was grasping it. Fortunately ho had not yet put in the shot or ho might havo been killed. Miss Ticla Payne, Miss Lizzio Sanders, Miss Feenoy Doll, nil of Louisvillo, nnd Miss Lou Shacklott, Miss Melissa Archor nnd Rev. Dan Shacklott, of Ekron, formed a party and started for tho Mardi Gras Festival at New Orleans Feb. 24th. It will bo noticed that wo, this week, present a roport of tho Louisvillo market for the benefit of our many readers. It is reported by Lcn G. Hemdon & Co., general produce and commission merchants, of Louisville, and will bo revised and corrected weekly. Wo notice with pleasure that tho now Eureka Salt Works, above Brandenburg, have at last been located, and a switch is being built preparatory to conveying machinery and material to tho plant. It is to be hoped that this lato venture will not provo ns disastrous as tho former, Stuart Young, tho manager, is an pleasant gentleman, and by his untiring industry and energy nccom-modating, es success. Tho following prominent citizens, of Cannelton, wero visiting brothors nt tho mooting of tho Clovorport Freo Mason Lodge, No. 133, Friday night: John Zimmerman, Caleb 1. Knight, doputy treasures of Perry county, Oscar Leo, D. M. Robinson nnd Charles A. Clark. They wero a set of flno looking, pleasant nnd Jovinl gontlomen. Capt. Henry Stiff, of Stiff's Landing, Meado county, was at the wharf yesterday with a boat load of lime, and sold over two hundred barrels in this city. Capt. Stiff was raised in Robert's Bottom, this county, and while almost opposite his old homo, Friday night, ho fell overboard, and saved himself from drowning only by tho greatest effort. Ho swam until ho could grasp somo willow bushes near shore, nnd held fast until a skiff could como from tho boat. Zach Stith's sale, near Bowleyvillo, Saturday wasatrlumph in tho salesman's art. Davo Henry was tho auctioneer, and it would bo hard to find a better ono. Corn sold nt forty cents a bushel, ono pnlr of mules for $202, ono Aberdeen filly $77, hay about $12 a ton, ono brood maro $137, and other things In proportion. Mr. Stith goes to Louisville, but not for good. Ho says ho thinks it a good idea for a man to sell out nbout onco every ten yenrs. Tho Gross brothers havo rented his farm for this year. It is a flno farm, in good fix, and will produce good crops, Andthnso troubled wllli ncrvousneu resulting from cam or overwork will bo lellevetl by taking Jlrown'H JHttera. acnulno baa trade mark nnd crossed red lines on wrapper. Jfeuralfflo Fertsona Iron will and bequeath to my wife, Melvina McGlothlan and my son Edward It., my Henry Winter. Johu M. Borntraeger Wm J. Winter. Talk Freely only living child, all my cstnto of every Promlnont Parties kind and description, both real and perAbout tho McGlothlan Will sonal, nnd to hnvo nnd to uso it for their Biipportnnd benefit during their lives, Business at Union Star to hnvo nnd to hold the full nnd comAnd What Was Yesterday a Smolder- plete tltlo, tho pamo with full power to sell and convoy to all or nny portion of a Raging ing Piro Is y it, if thoy or cither of them deem, that Is what tho "weather doctor" says wo aro going to havo Flame. maysurvivo tho other may boliovo it Winter will linger in the lap of Bpring, so lo speak, niul best to do so. Tho remainder of C. M. tup, ham, ii an oi'i:m:i. McGIothlan's statement being in you will havo to linger in that Bhabhy last winter's about ns Mrs. Wall's has stated. Probably within tho cntiro history of Suit, unless you take advantage of R. O. Richardson, Deputy County tho wholo State, thero has nover been another rase just like tho McGlothlan will Court Clerk, said : I wns sent for by enso at Union Star, In this county. It Mrs. Melvina McGlothlnn. I went nnd has not only been extensively and va- sho requested mo to wrlto her will. I riously discussed in tho vicinity of tho did so in her presenco nnd by hor dictalittlo villngo of Union Star, but it has tion, also in tho presenco of Androw And buy one of our own-mak- o Suits at our present spread to tho uttermost parts of tho Crawford. All tho heirs wcro given ono county, and papers in different parts of dollar each, and it was hor especial de schedule of prices. To ovcry purchaser of a Suit, Overtho Stato havo given space for its re- sire that they bo given just as littlo ns coat or pair of Trousers, wo present as a gift our entire hearsal in their columns. That the pub- posslblo that tho will might not bo broklic may bo informed as to tho true facts en. profit you pay only cost price for the goods. Wo aro Mr. Androw Crawford Btated that ho In the case, and just how matters stand, determined to reduce our stock. tho BiiKCKKNituxiF. News has taken tho was sent for by Mrs. McGlothlan, ho pains to Interview all tho parties most went nnd she told him that sho wanted directly concerned, and wo givo tho sum to make her will nnd tho Deputy Clerk, and substance of these conversations Mr. R. C. Richardson, wns sent for. Tho without comment, and tho public can will was written in tho presenco of Mrs. McGlothlan and myself and by her dicform their own opinions. Tho caso is about ns follows : A quarter tation and when completed was read to of n century ago or more, Win. McGloth-In- n her by tho Deputy Clerk before sho sign-eO!cl died nt Union Star, nnd left n small ed nnd ncknowledged it. As I hnd been her son's executor, she ho bequeathed to his estate, which by will widow, Mclvinn McGlothlan, and his requested me to net for her. I excused only living son, Edward R. McGlothlan, myself on account of private business to bo used by them during their lives, I didn't want to bo mixed up in it any and at their deatli it was all to go to tho how, then sho said "my nnphow, C. 5L I; public school at Union Star with tho ex- McGlothlan, will do." SJ wns told by ception of $10 a year to tho Methodist tho Deputy Clerk that if sho wished this FURNISHED BY BRANDENBURG, KY. church at tho samo place, and L. B. will to lo good at law, sho would havo to Holm was appointed executor of tho givo her other heirs something. Then G. Do & Co., says she, "Let it bo as littlo as possible," -- : will. Wo'vb Leon nsked tbat question a hundred Genera Produce and Commission E. R. McGlothlan was a good business and sho gave them one dollar each. An interview with the Union Star times lately by pooplo who bought at our store, man, and instead of spending tho monoy Merchants and Genera Storage. that had been left him by his father, he school trustees was sought, but thoy goods they were used to pacing double the H. We got W. HERNDON, Manager. monoy for. Hut don't waste wonder. accumulated wealth of his own. Ho died could neither bo found at their homes or tho goods honestly, paid good money for them uenaulo and prompt. Cash with ovcry nc- thrco years ago and left a will very nt their placo business, though tho re- and they are ours to throw away, give away count salo. Conslgnmonts solicited. similar to his father's, tho only exception porter was informed by reliable outsido or sell svray under our regular prices. Wo being that nono of his money was to go parties that tho patrons of tho district choose to do the last, you owe It to yourself to T.nriTsvrr.v.w KY., Feb. 27, 1692. to tho church, but was all to bo put into were urging tho trustees to bring suit como around and stock up at those unheard of Shippers should mark all packages plainly, tho school fund at tho expiration of his and contest Mrs. McGIothlan's will, and prices1 with shipper's name and address. Sho was to havo tho in threatening them with indictment and, mother's life. BUTTER, EGOS, POULTRY, ETC. come from it during her life, should she prosecution if thoy failed to do so. Tho Poultry. Chickens scarce this week nnd prices firmer. Turkeys In fair demand The last chance of your life to secure Overoutlivo him, which sho did, and Androw amount of personal property disposed of and mostly wonted nlivo nnd small siio. Crawford, of Stephensport, wns to be his by said will is probably $700 or $800, and coats at your own price. Dried Fruits. Market very dull on apples tho amount of William and E. R. Mc- 1 lot Men's overcoats w 'h $15 00 rod'd to $10 00 and peaches. executor. 7 00 10 00 Beans, Demand active at advance. Three weeks ago Mrs. Melvlnn Mc- GIothlan's wills, will probably aggregate 0 00 8 00 I'.ggs. Receipts heavy, markot weak inand 3 90 6 00 Glothlan, tho widow and mother died, near $4,000, which will bo placed on lower but demand active at low prices. 1 98 3 50 Furs. Last forolgn sales report fox and also leaving n will, in which sho be- terest and the income will go to tho opossums higher, skunks, coons and rats lower AUCTION PRICES queaths all her household and kitchen school. Butter shado lower. Tho columns of this paper will bo open AT furniture to Mrs. Lytha Wnlls, her niece, BUTTER. and divides other personal property, con- for any communications on tho subject Choice, country & jy q. ,g Geo. Medium sisting mostly ol cash notes, between that any ono may chooso to send and jj j8 on,mon UNTIL STOCK TAKING TIME. ;...Z'."".'; 12 Mrs. Walls and C. M. McGlothlan, a will bo willingly published over tho nnaio u Creamery 22 27 of tho writer. 1 lot Men's suits w'h $18 00 rcducod to $12 60 nephew. KQGS. ' 00 12 50 1 " Now it is this last will that is creating ir"h 7 50 " 9 00 1 1012 Pap Bounced Him. camp. It seems i 7 50 the disturbance in tho " 1 POULTRY. i 03 "'a "on' In what is known ns tho "Incubator," 4 00 to 4 50 to bo claimed by somo thaf tho property loote"- -; 3 00 to 3 50 sho willed, wns not hers to dispose of by down on tho river front, tho colored citiLor e Springers 3 00 to 3 50 Medium Springers will, but only to use during her natural zens of tho city hnvo a public hall up 2 50 to 3 00 1 40 to "" Ingers 2 00 life, then to go as both William and E. stairs, which is used at dilforcnt times for Ono lot of Ladles' One shoes north $3 00 Young Ducks 2 74 to 3 50 $2 49 Live Turkeys R. McGlothlan had willed it; and it is different purposes. It is a school houso llcduced to g 00 to 10 00 Dressod turkeys tho many wild rumors of fraud that aro on week dnys nnd nt night tho colored Ono lot of Ladles' flno shoes worth $2 50 u 00 to 13 00 1 93 Dressed Hens . Reduced to 3 00 to 3 so floating in tho nlr, and tho numerous in- cornet band practices there; almost every L vo Ocoso ffeathcrod) .J 00 to 4 50 of Ladles' fine shoos worth $1 75 timations of intimidations, that has Saturday night it is used for a skating Ono lotReduced to Llo (lecso (plucked) 1 21 2 75 to 3 50 caused tho News to givo everybody a rink. Last Saturday night thero was a Ono lot of Ladies' fine shoes worth $1 25 FEATHERS. . . irime, wnilo goeso 95 41 grand "fcstibul" in progress, when Reduced to chanco to have his say. Mixed 95 L. B. Helm stated ns follows: I wns Frank Robinson, who had taken on con- Ono lot of Ladies' heavy shoes worth .::::':::::::::: oid 09 $1 10 Reduced to No. 1. duck nppointed by Wm. McGlothlnn's will to siderably too much jag, proposed 15 0 30 Ono lot of Men's boots to close worth FURS bo his executor. I saw that things wero tilings into his own hands and run thu $2 90 $4 00 reduced to iV!coon 50 to 60 not right, and that thero was going to bo remainder of tho proceedings according Ono lot of Men's boots to closu worth Mink 50 to 75 1 98 $3 00 reduced to a muddle over it, nnd ns there was no to his individual notions. It seems that OP081"01 15 to 25 70 to pay in it for mo, I did not want to get Alex. Robinson, Frank's father, wns Ono lot of Men's boots to close worth 80 2rB0X 1 60 $2 50 reduced to 1 00 to 1 25 mixed up in it, so I refused to qualify. grand, bouncer on this occasion, and Black Skunk 00 to 1 00 of Men's sample boots to close It wus my understanding that Mrs. Mc- forthwith proceeded to hurl his boister- Ono lotworth $2 50 to $5 00 reduced to... 1 25 Short Striped Skunk 50 to 60 Black nnd Whlto Skunk... 15 to hnvo a subsistence ous son down stairs. At tho bottom of Glothlan was only WlldCat..'. ;;. 25 to 30 Dre55 G00J5; during her lifo timo, nnd if sho was to tho steps Frank continued to fight wind MuskRnt.. 10to 15 havo any thing for her own distribution, by using very loud and ugly language, 5 00 to 0 00 Wo are offering something fine In Dress Oiter. cased Beaver, large 5 00 to 0 00 when Marshal Jim Hamblcton, who is Ooods which can not be found at any other Deer Skins I never so understood it. per lb 20 to 30 D. C. Stiff said : I am n ncphow of getting tho reputation of always being in house. They compose tho remainder of Fine HIDES, Mrs. Mclvina McGlothlan, and I am go- tho right placo at tho right time, put in Dress Ooods bought early In the season and ureen, pood 4 4i Dry Salt, good M 8 ing to bring suit against hor will. Tho an appearance and marched him off to must bo sold. Dry flint, good Vou will nover hare another such a chanco Sheep property has not been disposed of ns Wm jail. Ho received a hearing in tho City skins 25 8 McGlothlan nnd E. R. McGlothlnn de- Court Monday morning, and was charg- to get a nico Dress and get it cheap. They WOOL. sired nnd requested. 81 Their wills wcro ed $10 for his fun, and is now paying it will not not lust long. Como early If you 82 Orease, due want choice 22 23 mndo years before their death when thoy by cleaning tho streets. Grease, coarse 18 28 had perfect and disposing minds, nnd I Merino 12 15 & Hurry nnd Cuts Mr. D. Stewart Miller. 12 17 nmi favor of their property going tho DRIED APPLES. BRANDENBURG, KY. This gentleman has retired from the wny thoy willed it. Aunt Melvina never Wet, per lb ij to 2 consumed tho interest on Edward's and management of tho Breckenridgo ComCommon, per lb LAND SALE FOR TAXES." 2f to Fair to good per lb Wm. McGIothlan's money, nnd sho had pany, (limited). Wo regret to loso him 4 to 4K Uliolco per lb taxes due years 1887, K no causo to sell timber, and she had no in this capacity. Tho largo business Tabatha Stilwell, Fancy 4tfto 4i 8, 9, 90 and cost, 60 acres land near right to make n will ; for tho property operations of tho Company brought him " 1 utiopped t IK Ilardlcsburg, see deed book U, page 1 feelings " to was hers to use or disposo of whilo sho into contact with great numbers of peo$8 35 Evaporatud, In sacks 474 3 to not after sho died j it then belong- ple, nnd ho leaves his position with tho lived Qrecn M. Dowell'i, heirs, taxes duo PEACHES. ed to tho public school. C. M. McGloth- universal good will of nil, who wish him Halves, per 111 2 2K year 1889 and cost, one house and lot my sister, annoyed prosperity nnd success in nny now enterQuartors per lb lan and Lydia Walls, 1 VA In Rig Spring, see doed book 31, Peeled, per lb 8 6 nnd persuaded her into doing tlieso prise with which ho mny connect him8 IS" Pears per lb page 198 3 4 things, nnd tho will was mado only two self. Ho is n man of experience in min- Margaret RIgsby, taxes due years 1887, Blackberries per lb 3 3 days before hor death, when sho had ing corporations, whoso sagacity nnd HAY. QRAIN. FEED. 8, 9, 90, 91 and cost, 102 acres land We quoto prices on Louisvillo oity been sick for somo time, nnd was so near skill will bo sought by others, nnd for near Bewloyville, see deed book No, wharf: service. death's door that sho had no caro or com- whom ho will render fiist-cln15 00 27, page 177 HAY. prehension of what sho was doing. It is Mr. W. Hopper as managing director Gus Harris, taxes due years 1890, 1 and Strictly choice 13 50 m I600 2 Choieo No. 12 00 13 00 cost, lot No. 1, In block No. 24, In not for tho sako of dollars that I object of tho Company has full chargo of its flood Medium 10 00 1200 tee doed book No, 43, page 15, 0 55 Qood Bright Straw to these proceedings, but for tho sako of nffalrs. 5 50 6 00 Jemima Leslie, taxes duo years 1888, 9, principle, and tho benefit of tho Union CORN. Tradesmens National Bank. 90 and cost, 30 acres land near Falls Choice white 42 44 Star school. Wo insert tho card of tho Tradesmens 45 44 of Sinking, see deed book S, page 210 7 40 Choice shelled Mrs. Lydia Walls says: I was with my National Bank of New York in this Clint McCuns, taxes due year 1890 and OATS. aunt for two weeks or moro before her issue. Mr. Logan C. Murray is Yico No, 2 oats 38 40 cost, 135 aoies land near Rig Spring, Seed oats Whilo thoro sho told mo to go President, and manager of tho business, , death. 30 0 40 0 70 see deed book No. 35, paga 213 WHEAT. nnd get certain notes nnd keep them ns of tho bank. This fact at onco brings D. N. Ross, taxes duo years 1890, 1 and No. 2 Long Berry wheat 93 my own, that sho mado a present of them this institution into favor in Kentucky No. 2 Red 92 cost, 43 acres land near Bewloyville, to mo, nnd I got them ns she directed. and tho Great West, and it is fast gather11 86 MISCELLANEOUS. ice deed book V, page 183 Afterward sho Baid, " I gave you thoso ing in tho business of Mr. Murray's form- Jemima Rramlett, listed in natno of Tallow, per bbl ,.,,., Beeswax 22 notes, but don't you think it would bo er correspondents when ho was other-wis- o Robert Sipes, taxes due years 1890, 1 Sorghum dcr gallon 26 ..20 to make n will, and divide bettor for mo and cost, 218 seres land near Big Now York. Ho is so associated in POTATOES. 10 88 Choieo Mtc'u. bulk per bu them between ypu and C. M. McGloth- well known and such n favorito in westSpring, see deed book V, page 238 15 8 vuoice norinern inu. " .., It hns been re- ern banking circles, that ho at onco com- Wager Swain, taxes due yeur 1890 and 33 lan," nnd I consented. Poor to med. Mich. " 38 Int. in 34 acres land cost, ported that my aunt told mo that sho mands n largo business. Tho Trades" Nor. Ind 30 near Irvlngton, see doed book No, 42 1 15 never signed any will. Such is not the mens National is one of tho oldest and Home Grown per barrel 35 , 4 page 98 rroin store 20 to ao per uu ntgner. truth. It has also, been reported that soundest banks in Now York, having n W, L.Turpln, taxes due years 1890,1 BEANS. O. M. McGlothlan demanded tho notes business in 1823, nearly sovonty 1 60 to 1 75 Michigan, hand picked and cost, a tract of land known as the of me, when ho heard that my aunt had 1 50 to 1 60 Indiana Navy years ago. Halt tract near Rosetta, soo deed book " Common and colored........ 76 to 1 00 glyen them to mo ; and on my refusal to 18 55 Flat and mlxod 41, page 37 65 to 1 00 Congregational Meeting. givo them up, proposed to divido with taxes due years 1890, 1 R. II. Young, ONIONS. Thero will bo n congregational meeting me. That is, also false. If I had thought 2 25 to 2 60 Northorn, per bbl on arrival and cost, one lot in Irviogton, see " 2 50 to 2 76 from store that it wero not aunt's will to divido of tho Presbyterinn church nt 3 o'clock " A 25 deed book No. 41, page 620 CABBAGE. tho notes, I never would havo given P. M. noxt Sundny, Mnrch'0, 1892, at I will on Monday, March 21st, 1892, sell the 2 25 to 2 60 them up. I consider that tho notes wore tho church. Every member is earnestly above described prop r y or so much thereof Per crate from store OELERY. my nunt's own porsonal property j thoy urged to nttend. as will pay the taxes due. Faney whlto plumo, per dot 35 to 46 o " wore drawn In her nnme, nnd'mado Given under my band this February 22d, Choice 20 1 25 Take Notice. 10 to 20 Choice Green 1892. to her, C, M. McGlothlan and to walking Tho ordinances in regard J.S. DoIERNETTE, APPLES. family treated my aunt nnd myself with Fancy Bon Davis and Rome Beauties 2 60 Sheriff Breckenridge Co, tho trestles nnd jumping off nnd on movtho greatest caro and respect, nnd I 1 00 to 1 75 Choice " ing trains will bo strictly enforced from 1 76 to 2 20 Wine Saps Faney to return thanks to thorn for bo FARM FOR SALE. 1 60 to 1 76 this date, March 1, 1892. " Choice doing. 200 acres of One land lying on the line of Fanoy Gennettlng 1 60 to 1 75 It. B. Pierce, Mnyor. Louisville, Hardinsburg and Western the O. M. McGlothlan said: I consider that .'...,,',,-i- l 50 to 1 60 Choieo and known as the Basin Spring Farm, Fancy Creenlngs .,,.....,;...,l 76 to 1 85 mint Melvina McGlothlnn had n perfect Card of Thanks. Will be sold Faney Improvements, bouse and barn. Baldwins ZVtfffildi 00 to S 25 right to do as sho did. In fact, sho could To tho good people of Clovcrport, wo very low, far below Its value and on liberal Inferior grades .$1'I5 to 1.50 hnvo disposed of tho cntiro bulk of Wm. offer our sincere thanks for their kind- terms. Farm Is In high state for cultivation, having rested up for three years In grass. McGIothlan's estate, hero Is n copy of ness and remembrance in decorating For further particulars address andWhliVeyHablta cured at borne withhis will. tho church and their many valuablo gifts J. A. CONE, out pain, lloolcolpar. ticuUrssent FRKK, Caro Hess, Henly Jc Co., Tho will was thon shown tho reporter on tho ovo of our marriago. RM.WOOLLKY.M.I). L0UI3VILLK, KY. O. E. nnd Bettio Keith, of which tho following is an extract: I HANDS AROUND A GOLD SPRING No Reason " Lot tho howlers howl And tho scowlcrs scowl, And tho growlors growl, And tho gruff gang go But behind tho night, There's plenty of light, And ovorything is all right, And wo know it ! " JU. To-da- To Complain r v. sub-stan- OUR GIFT ENTERPRISE it; Never Better Prepared TO SATISFY YOUR WAW Julius Winter & Co., Reliable" Clothiers Oor. Never So Many Goods' OF SUOH EXCELLENT QUALITY Third and Market, Louisville, Zy. Never So Many Customers WHO GO AWAY SATISFIED; Pt -- Geo. Yeakel & Co. How Can We THAN NOW. We Are Happy and Want you It :- Len. Herndon Share our Joys. post-offi- SULZER'S Cloverport, Ky. ! j i.t CIolMn Furniture Tho regular and liable Furnlturo doal-c- r is always on hand with a full stock Including re- Furniture ! Furniture MICHAEL HAMMAN, Yeakel Co.'s, 4 Sewing Machines, Coffins,! Burial Caskets Picture Frames, Trimmings, Etc. His prices shall ho such, quality considered, that no legitirxwiJ nuusu c.iii uuuursuu mm, uim uu is uuicnninuu 10 meet uio marKQi7iiv tho price bo what it may. Always call on him and ascertain nriccai be-- 3 fore purchasing elsowhero. Ho means just what ho says. He cannot : jr. M bo undersold. M. HAMMAN, Cloverport, Ky,. You need nover go wanting for a Spring Suit Of tho public. 8ll d Clothesl GEO. YEAKEL CO. When you now havo tho chanco to select from tho largest best and cheapest lino our city has ovor offered to" Our counters aro 4to y ss r4 Piled High, Prices Marked Low, Styles Unsurpassed, Quality Guaranteed. 1 y& n, And our fits aro pleasing to all. to buy an And if you want OVERCOAT For noxt winter wo will pay you lor carrying it over. 1 one-ha- lf B. F. bo-gu- Beard & Co, WIiyLAM). LATK ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, Court-Hous- e, HARDINSBURG, KY. TWM J.J. pay-nbl- THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Rates $2.50 Per Say. Cor, Jcficrson, Center and Green Streets, opposite do-Bi- ro rail-roa- d, LOUISVILLE, A. V. Jones, Sullivan, KY. W. R. LOGAN, Manager. J. L. Marshall, Clerks. 0E1UH dono in Jol) Printing At this officemoderatothe beet style prices. and at Breckenridge News. .WEDNESDAY, A Now Enterprise. A now cnterpriso of which tho peoplo of this county do not know much about has jUst been put on foot near 15cwloy vlllo. Marshal Morris and Col. Edgar Bennett havo lately opened a largo rock THE PROSPECT. Indications That Sovcral Kentucky Towns Will Open Up The Spring Season With Increased Business. OVER THE STATE. Simpson Villo had a fox drive last Friday. Pinovlllo and Mlddlesboro nro to bo connected by telephone. Mayfiold will bo supplied this week with water by her now water works. From over tho wholo Stato tho wall goes up that roads aro bad and muddy, hnd a big Mnrdl Graa Owcnsboro parade Monday, nnd two grand balls nt night. Tho railroad fever has struck Cnlhoon again. She Is looking out for tho Henderson State Line. Tho bill appropriating $100,000 for tho Kentucky display at tho World's Fair has passed tho Senate. Edwin Johnson, n small boy, fell out n school houso window nt Walton, during recess, and broke his arm. John T. Price, who murdered Mrs. Nunn in Metcalfo county n few weeks ngo, is now in jail in Edmunton. S. J. Douthitt, Circuit Clerk of Henry county, married Miss Nannio Samuel, daughter of Judge It. P. Samuel. Tho Spring Hill Distillery, in Frank l!n county, was sold for $28,000 nt public miction. Garvin II. Cochran was tho purchaser. Thomas J. Itudd was arrested at Midway last week by city Marshal, Davis, for counterfeiting, and lodged in jail nt Frankfort. Tho Stato is being flooded by "green goods" circulars, nnd somo good (?) men of tho stato aro showing themselves to bo suckers. Tho stockholders of tho Pino Mountain Iron and Coal Company met Saturday In Louisville nnd transacted Important business. Allio Sknggs and Joo Nelson waylaid the road and murdered Drew Thompson in Green county by shooting him four times. Both nro under arrest. Henry Filing, a littlo boy, foil Into a beer cistern whilo playing nt tho Kentucky distilling Company's distillery, in Louisville, and was drowned. Early Risers, ISnrly Itiscrs, Early llisers, the famous little pills for constipation, sick headache, dyspepsia and nervousness. Sold by Short & Hnynes. Aaron Clark, who has been dodging tiio officers for two years, because of his shooting Harney Lockley in Ixnilsville, has at last been arrested and lodged in jail. Mr. Jack Irvine, near Glasgow, has not taken a drink of water for thirty-si- x years. Ho cither drinks coffee, tea or milk. It is said he presents n dried up appearance. Tho Commissioners, that were appointed by tho Governor to roviso th statutes so as to make them conform with tho new Constitution, nro about half done their work. It is a fixed and immutable law that to havo good, sound health ono must havo pure, rich and abundant blood. There is no shorter nor surer routo than by a courso of Do Witt's Sarsaparilla. Sold by Short & Ilaynes. Almost in the heart of tho city of Louisville, a brace of counterfeiters were arrested at their work, with tools and piles of tho "queer," soino of it hardly cold, scattered all around them. Mrs. L. It. Pntton, Bockford, 111., writes: "From personal experience I can recommend Do Witt's Sarsaparilla, n cure for impure blood and general debility. Sold by Short & Ilaynes. Itichard Gray, who killed Stephen nt Covington Grogan in the Court-hous- e a few weeks ago, for ruining and refusing to marry his daughter, has been acquitted. Tho decision met with general approval. If dull, spiritless and stupid; if your blood is thick nnd sluggish; if your appetite is capricious and uncertain, you need n Sarsaparilla. For beet results take Do Witt's. Sold by Short & Ilaynes. John Goro nnd Coon Kurtz wcro fighting at Cecilia, when Georgo Kurtz, a fourteen year old brother of ono of tho principals, ran In and stabbed Goro to tho heart with a knife, killing him instantly. A mob broke into the jail at Owings-villtho object being to get Oscar James, a negro who wns In there for murder. Thoy began firing nt Jailor Nixon. Nixon returned the firo nnd tho mob fled. Bright peoplo nro tho quickest to recognize a- good thing and buy it. Wo sell lots of bright peoplo tho Littlo Early Risers. If you aro not bright tlieso pills will make you so. Sold by Short & Ilaynes. Martin D. Hardin won tho oratorical contest among the students of Center Collego for tho purpose of selecting n representative in contests, lie is a son of Gen. P. Wat Hardin and is n natural born orator. Hiram Smith, railroad agent at Kut-taw- a, who it was thought had been murdered and robbed at EddyviHe, it now appears, is a defaulter and has skipped tho country with about $700 dollars of his employer's nnd other people's money. Frank Crawford, of Willlamstown, took pity on a hungry tramp, gave him food and a nights lodging. AVhcn ho nwoko In the morning, ho found that tho tramp had skipped, and had stolen nil his clothing but n pair of spectacles. George W. Jolly, U. S. District Attorney, went to Washington last week, and all his political colligiies aro guessing as to his business, nnd somo of them aro quaking in their boots, for fear their heads will drop ofl when ho returns. A hacking cough is annoying nnd very dangerous. Why not stop it? Mr, J. W. Peddicord, Shady Nook, Ky., writos "I took a severe cold somo tlmo ago ; it settled In my chest and caused mo very much pain when coughing. I purchased n bottle of Lightning Cough Drops, nnd after taking a few doses, I found relief, nnd am now entirely well." Sold by all druggists for 25 and 50c. e, inter-colleginnt jt MAItCII 2, 1892 Who Will Be Ai The JVoinlnee$ JV NAME THEM. it l f . 50 IN GOLD And a Handsome ; .. rf ' s f Bible Given Away. $2 0 ." In order to Incrcaso our already largo (subscription, list wo offer tho following Inducements to now subscribers ami to old ones to renew : Xho National Democratic Convention meets at Chicago, Juno 21st. Tho National llcpublican Convention riceta at Minneapolis, Juno 7th. ' Both will nomlnato a candidate for t. PJfceident and H- - r A jr '$30 IN GOLD ft. For tho First Trize. Thirty Dollars In gold will bo given by The BnECKKxnmac News to tho successful answers of tho question : " J17io Kill be the nominees of each party f" or President and Any person selecting tho four names thus chosen will bo entitled to tho first prizo of $30 cash, and if, by chance, more than ono answers correctly, tho prizo will bo divided accordingly. nt $20lFG0LD For a Second Prize. Twenty Dollars in cash will bo given to tho person who guesses correctly only three out of tho four names to bo thus chosen as party standard bearers, so that tlw gucsser may prophesy wrong as to ono of tho four names, and by getting threo correct will como in for this prize. ATwenty Dollar BIMe "Will bo given to tho first person on tho ing the two Vice-Presiden- ts namtick- ets. All ballots must bo accompanied by ono year's subscription to The Hhkckcx-niDONews at only $1, and must be written on a seperato piece of paper from that containing order for subscription. ijDld subscribers will bo required to pay Pall past dues anil renew for one year in oilvenco. Now is' your time to subscribe and E vote. Jno. D, BaMagc, Clovorport, Ky. PUBLISHER, Tear tins slip ofl and enclose it with your $1.00. I guess as follovs : Democratic Nominees. President Vice-President IepiiLIico.12 NomineesPresident Vice-President quarry on Mr. Bennett's farm, and from present indications it promises to bo no small affair, both in tho employment of labor and of capital. In a visit to tho quarry a few days sinco in company with Mr. Bennett, ho told mo they had already expended nearly $000 In machinery to givo tho thing a start, and there was mora to como which when put in, would run tho cost up to twelvo or fifteen hundred dollars. In order to move tho stono with as littlo labor as possiblo thoy will build tram-way- s from tho quarry to a point near tho railroad, and run tho stono there, dress it and havo it all ready for shipment. This will necessarily entail considerable cost, but Mr. Bennett thinks ho sees in it a paying business for tho future, and is not counting the present outlay. Tho quarry is just back of tho Col's, residence, a short distance from tho railroad and is on what is known as Summer Seat. It covers probably as much as six acres of ground, which ascends gradually from tho road, to a height of several hundred feet. This is all underlaid with pome of tho finest limestone rock to bo found in the county. Mr. Bennett has already contracted lor tho salo of $7,000 worth of stono for street curbing to parties in Louisville. This is tho contract ho Is at present working on, and it will necessarily scatter considerable monoy among tho working peoplo in that section. About twenty hands are there at work now every day, nnd when tho wCathcr opens up favorably, as many moro will bo put on tho work. Tho Btono is as fine as you will see anywhere, ranging in thickness from ten to fourteen inches, and in most any sizo cuts you want it. When it is dressed and laid out for shipment, as I observed somo of it there, it doesn't seem that it could bo discounted anywhere. It can bo used for building purposes, also nnd Mr. Bennett hopes to disposo of largo quantities in this way. lie could havo furnished all tho stono for building tho Hardinsburg jail from this quarry, but ho and tho McDonald Bros, were unable to agree on tho price. Another matter in which ho nnd Major Morris are engaged in, is working tho asphalt mines back of Garfield. Tlieso mines, if you remember were worked extensively last summer, but they aro to bo opened up on a much larger scale the present year. McCrack- en & Co. havo promised to accommodate them with all tho cars necessary for moving this material, and the stono from this quarry also, this season, if it requires an oxtra engine and crew of hands to do it. List year the work in tho asphalt venture was something altogether new, and of course moved off rather slowly. But hundreds of dollars were put into tho county by reason of it, nnd I havo it from a reliable source, that numbers of families about Garfield could not havo made a subsistence but for tho inonoy they got for working theso mines. If tho work goes on this year as extensively as Major Morris and Mr. Bennett anticipate it, it is certain to bring n great deal of oxtra labor into tho county, and a considerable sum of monoy. These things, to some of your readers may appear to be considerably polished, but underneath, and supporting it all, there is a true vein of business enterprise that will develop largely for somebody as sure as I write it. Five years ago tho asphalt mines were not thought of. At tho samo timo who would havo thought of opening a stone quarry in the county anywhere, and investing in the plant two or three thousand dollars for the purpose of running it. It is sucli things that makes business and puts new life and energy among the people. Go where you will, you will find people using Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, and unanimous in its praise, I suffered most severely from rheumatism during winter. After using Salvation Oil two days the pain entirely subsided, and now I am a well man. oi.ovtiitroiiT iiVTiin mst. Courier-Journ- This is a Presidential year, and will bo packed full of politics, but not to tho entire exclusion of business. Tho spring boom is swelling in tho bud. Speculators aro not conspicuous, but practical men of affairs have put tho hens on and many n now cnterpriso is about to break its shell. There is a general stir in tho whisky firm is preparing to erect a big distillery at Henderson. Owcnsboro has a woolen mill in sight, a now creamery already established, and n cotton mill and a tack factory In prospect. A bentwood factory is in course of construction nt Pnducah. Franklin is raising money for a cheese and butter factory. Mt. Sterling people are putting new life into tho Charleston, Kentucky and Western railroad enterprise. A $lL'o,000 stovo factory is to bo established at Ashland. Clovorport has its second vitrified brick plant under way, nnd other Important enterprises nro getting into shape. At Covington Joseph L. Hhinock, O. J. Wiggins, Samuel ligstaff and Fpes Ilnndolph havo incorporated tho Standard artesian Water Company to construct water works. Tho capital stock is S200.000. Co., of London, have, is stated, organized a $150,000 stock company for tho development of n marStato. A big Police Olllcer, Mike Cross, who hnd been accused, by olllcer Falter, of having stolen forty cents from n drunken man, was tried in tho city court at Louisville, last Thursday nnd acquitted. Ho had tho warrant sworn out against himself, "Lnto to bed nnd early to rlso will shorten thu road to your homo in tho bklcs." But early to bed nnd a "Littlo Early BIscr," tho pill that makes lifo longer and better atul wiser. Sold by Short & Ilaynes. M. P. Ilolnn, who Gov. Brown removed from office, is out In an open letter to tho Governor, dated Feb. 23, In which ho indulges In somo cutting personalities, and makes somo direct charges of political corruption against Brown's mode of making removals, and distributing appointments. Wo truly bcliovo Do Wilt's Littlo Early Risers to bo tho most nntural, most effective, most prompt nnd economical pill for biliousness, indigestion and inactivo liver. Sold by Short & Ilaynes. All the distillers and druggists in Mendo county, that sell liquor by tho quart, nro Indicted. Tho Circuit nnd County Court Clerks, who aro druggists, are among the lot. The grand jury held that tho liquor should be sold at their residences instead of at their places of business. n, I'urmctV XtllKiico In nnglnml. A meeting of considerable importance to tho agriculturists of England was held in London. It was officially termed tho "National Liberal Fodor-ntlo- n Conforonco;" In fact, it was said to bo iv conforonco, undor tho auspices of tho Liberal party, of tho farmers, agricultural laborers, villago artisans nnd others directly or Indirectly connected with rural lifo n sort of English Farmers' Alliance lmvlng for Its object tho outlining of legislation calculated to bring about reform in rural matters and nn improvement in tho condition of tho out of town communities. All tho country constituency of England nnd Wales sent dolegatcs to this conforonco, nnd thoro wcro presont such woll known men as Mr. Morley, member of parlininont for East Nottingham; tho Right Hon. Georgo member of parliament for tho contral district of Bradford nnd formorly postmaster general, etc.; Sir Wnltcr Foster, ono of tho incmbors of tho parliament for Derbyshire nnd chairman of tho committco of tho nllotmonts nnd small holdings association: Sir Wilfred Law-soono of tho members of parliament for Cumberland nnd prosldont of t'io United Kingdom Allianco for tho Suppression of tho Liquor Traffic; Dr. Spencer Watson, tho noted labor reformer, and last, but not least, Mr. Joseph Arch, lcador of tho agricultural tho venci-nblmovement In Groat Britain, sometimes termed tho "Henry Georgo of England." Mr. Arch, who was tho founder of tho National Agricultural Laborers' union, was received with deafening chcors. Sliaw-Lofovro, n, o FOR THROAT AND LUNG the best remedy is complaints, saaKhl 'Vak. AYER'S Cherry Pectoral In colds, sure to bronchitis, la grippe, L. Prompt to Act S3 SHOE DEST SHOE cure. THE and croup, it is WHY IS THE DOUGLAS r.rriTPnrN llniul-ncwci- ANOTHER LETTER. HiiiiUliiMl SuvtloiiiiliHin, J. II. Sowder & it ble quarry near Crab Orchard. At Newport II. S. I'attison, S. C. Itcllcy and J. S. Ducker have incorporated tho Pierco Manufacturing Company deto manufacture patent vices. The capital stock is $100,000. Winchester is organizing companies to operate a creamery and a tobacco factory. labor-saving If you have a disease similar to tho following, try tho same remedy and see if it docs not euro you. "My wife had inllamntion of the bladder for about five years. I tried everything I could think of to relievo her, but failed to do so; even our family physician failed to benefit her any. At last I purchased Lightning Kidney and Liver Itemcdy, nnd am glad to say that after the first doso my wifo was relieved, and now after taking only two bottles of said remedy, is entirely well. Lightning Kidney and Liver Uemedy cuied her." I. W. Loxo, Cartnight, Ky. For side by all druggists. HARNED. lltisincss is nourishing. Mrs. Carver is very sick now. S. M. Goody has gone to Glasgow. A barber is badly wanted at Ilarned - Name Address A Plea for Better Roads. is a clause in tho now Constitution by and under which our present Legislature can enact a ijeneral road law, wo hopo they possess tho wisdom and courage to pass the same. This subject is attracting tho attention of tho whole country, and no State needs a new system of roads more than ours. With due modesty, wo suggest that tho counties bo laid off in as many road districts as there aro Magisterial districts in it, and that each Magistrate be made ex officio supervisor of roads for his entire district. Let tho fiscal court have the power to levy a small tax to bo appropriated to tho building and keeping in repair tho roads of each scparato district, and also mako tho justice the collector and disburscr of said tax. This will give us good roads and intelligent Justices. Good County Roads. It is observed there is an inclination on the part of some members of tho General Assembly to carry into effect somo legislation calculated to better tho condition of tho public roads of tho State, to keep same up by means of taxation than the present mode, etc. This is a good tnovo, nnd the peoplo all over tho Stato should hold meetings nnd petition their members to lend their aid and assistance to such a law, which will redound to tho interest of nil, and bo tho means through which Kentucky will hnvo better public roads. A few of tho counties in tho State havo had special road laws for somo years past, and wherever in efi'ect you can always find good, passablo roads tho year 'round, and thoy would not bo without tho assistance of such a road law for twice and threo times tho cost of "We're not waiting for tho bats and them by taxation Murray Ledger. moles but for men and women who have eyes and uso them, who havo brains and Newport cleaned out Mnysvillo last reason There's a now world for them suffering and sickly as they aro a new week In n cocking main winning eleven world created from tho brain of a skillful out of thirteen fights. Thoy fought just physician a discover' tho "Golden back of Newport in tho presence of 3000 peoplo, consisting of men, women nnd Medical Discovery." Years ago Dr. Picrco found out that children nil tho wicked denizens of tho tho secret of all scrofula, bronchial, Cincinnati guilded palaces of sin being throat and lung trouble lay in tho be- present. Newport can't whip Breckenginning at least In Impure blood and ridge county that way. tho weak tono of tho system ; that the way to euro thoso effects was to removo It Is almost beyond comprehension to the cause, that human nature being tho think thai ono medicine can possess namo, tho samo results might bo looked such wonderful medicinal properties as for In nearly all cases. So confident was Lightning Hot Drops. It is an external ho that tho exceptions were uncommon and internal incdicino, mid will relieve that ho took tho risk of giving the meal-cin- o all ailments for which It is recommendto thoso it didn't benefit for noth- ed. Mr. Georgo Jones, of Lima, S. C, ing and tho results havo proved that ho says: "Lightning Hot Drops saved my was right. life. I had rheumatism and was laid up And "Golden Medical Discovery" is for n long tlmo nnd could not walk. tho remedy for tho million : The only After using J dozen bottles in nil, I nm guaranteed Liver, Blood and Lung rem-ed- sound and well." All druggists sell and Your monoy back if it doesn't will tell you all about it. 25 and 50c bottles. help you. If there 1 station. Jubal Hook has been horo for several days past. U. S. Carver has returned home from Glasgow, Ky. Eugene Itussell made us a flying visit on Thursday. Lee Ilarned has been at Itock Valo for several days. C. W. Downs has been visiting friends here somo days. William Panders was here several days in tho past week. Ed. Tobin has been tho guest of C. It. Mnttingly for sovcral days. Temer Ilobcrson is clerking for Mich Meyer, ho is an excellent clerk. James Bedmnn has gone to Itock Yale and will remain for somo days. Mrs. Mary Payne, of Constantino, is tho guest of Mrs. Alico Payne this week. Two now houses aro under contemplation now, by Ollio Priest and Jnck Belt, of color. Wo havo a protracted meeting in session nt Ephesus now, which is conducted by Itev. Cambell. Hook and Down's nro looking for a location to movo their mill as soon as the weather will peimit. Bobt. Weatherford whilo chopping in the now ground cut his foot which will probably prove to bo serious. On account of tho recent rains anj deep mud, tho timber is not coining in so rapidly, now, but wo look for n boom as 6oon as tho mud dries oil'. Tho people nro liberally donating for tho purpose of building a now school hoiibo at Ilarned, which will bo built at once Miss Carrie Meyer will havo tho qonor of teaching tho first school. McCraekon & Co, havo lately built an addition to tho depot at Ilarned, it was greatly needed j wo havo an elegant ono now. A telegraph operator is badly needed hero. Frank May has gone to Grayson county again, wo aro thinking the fair hello has won nnd captured the fair gentleman's littlo heart. So if the readers of tho News fail to hear of Frank nny more thoy may know ho has emigrated to Grayson county. Vitiated and bad blood often lead to serious diseases. A good plan is to take somo blood medicine at intervals of four or six weeks. Tho best is Lightning Blood Elixir. It is a purely vegetable I). O. Brunson, of Davis compound. Station, S. C, says : "I had somo kind of skin dlseaso for twenty years. I paid out $500 to tho best physicians of tho South, and found no relief. My skin was raw and itching all thu timo. My merchant insisted thai I should try Lightning Wood Elixir. 1 had taken so many patent medicines that I had no faith, but thought I would try it, and now I can honestly suy that ono boltlo of Lightning Blood Elixir cured mo sound nnd well." All druggists sell It, and will tell you all about it. y. A quarter of a century ngo tho Grange John Teboe Receives Additional In- organized and united by "tho sacred tio of ngriculturo" thoso wAaluul a comformation From His Fortune mon interest in tilling th(HRil. In France. It brought together discordant and early established n now nnd HUT Hi: STII.Ii OUTS 31 VKIII.C. sacred relationship nnd brotherly feeling among tho farmers of tho nation, Tho Louisville Commercial says: John and thereby sectionalism wns forover employed at John banished by organized agreement nnd Teboe, a stone-cutte- r in New Albany, effort, as a disturbing clement among Vernia's marble-workpart tho members of tho fraternity. h is tho prospective heir to Tho usefulness nnd tho friendly results valued at $1,000,000, left by of nn cstato of tho order havo been marvelous, extendhis grandfather, Nicholas Teboe, who ing its peaceful mission beyond its own died several years ago in Paris. membership, for whenover n Grnngo charter has boon issued or a Grnngo hall Teboo was n wholesalo jewelry merchant, doing business in tho French cap- built it lias becomo n citadel of strength ital, and accumulated property there In favor of a reunited country. And thus tho 4,000 subordinate Granges valued nt $1,000,000. Yesterday John of tho United Statos havo been dedicated from a lawyer in Teboo received a letter to tho interests of n perpetual governParis, who was tho legal adviser of his ment, represented by ono flag, ono congrand-fathewhich stated that tho final stitution nnd ouo destiny. If tho settlement nnd division of tho money National Grango has accomplished no Tho Ilurknoy nnd tho American Horso. and property, would probably bo mado moro than what It has done for a better Tho objectors to tho hncknoy typo of in n few weeks. The other heirs nro nnd friendly relationship botwecn tho horso claim that length of body on short north and tho south, it is worthy of tho Theodore Teboe, Frank Thomas, of Mar- gratitudo and encomiums of overy loyal legs is not a mark of beauty. To them all tho beauty of shapo and action, bone Mrs. John A. O'Connor, wifo citizen of tho ropublic. ion, Ind., and quality, coat nnd color count as an employe of Tho Commercial, and Robio, of Maine. nothing. Tho supporters of tho hnckof Now Albany. Mrs. Edward Thomas, noy call tho American horso slab sided Cannot Ho Criticised. and narrow chested. But thoro is no Well, Sarah, what havo you been Van Wyck, of Nebraska, doing to mako you look so young? Oh, who Is a momber of tho Farmers' Alli- need to canvass tho moritsof cither typo. nothing much, only been using Hall's anco, urges agitation along lines which Tho buyer in tho market must invest in typo of horso ho will givo Hair Itenowcr to restore the color of my ho says "will not provoko opposition or tho tho best service. thinks a caso of It is criticism." Among his propositions aro him hair. getting good valuo for tho monoy put theso: Good Representatives. To declare Illegal nil syndicates, trusts out. By the way, another of the "new and and combinations preventing competit;V'"'Ur euros Xftw Complaint. untried men" whom tho Mills faction tion, and then such penalties as will mil,.. Afftctlon and Cosureties. At druggists. PrlcoSScts. accuses Speaker Crisp of bringing to tho suppress them; for an increase of circufront, to tho rearward relegation of them- lation by tho frco coingo of silver for postal savings banks; for government selves, is Judge Montgomery, of Kenterm in ownership of postal tolegraphs; for loans tucky. Ho is serving his third to tho peoplo on such security and rate Congress. During tho past two Con- of interest as congress may determine gresses tho principal committee to which and for legislation providing an amendho was assigned was that on Post Offices ment of tho constitution requiring tho If you wish and Post Roads. Ho comes from n Stato cloction of United States senators by to advertise a majority of whoso Democratic delega- voto of tho peoplo. nnd need Instruction, semi ono dollar tion, and Kentucky's eleven Representafor our "Book for Advortisers." A A Third Tarty Ticket. (Price only SS cents. Sola by all druggists.) little study of that book will enable tives are all Democrats except one, were M. F. Rorko, stato lecturer of tho floliovos quickly Rheumatism, Neuyou to dncluo what you ought to do, und givo nn idea of tho pro bablo cost. for Mr. Mills as Speaker, Judge MontFannors' Allianco for Oregon, is credited ralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago, gomery, however, had tho discernment in nn interviow in tho San Francisco Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuis, If you instruct to support Mr. Crisp. Ho was appointed Examiner with tho assertion that tho Burns, Scalds, Soros, Backache, &c. to place a certain amount ot advertising for you In tho way wo think Committee and farmers' and laborers organizations of on tho Ways and Means will do you the most Rood, you should tho country will havo n ticket in tho mado chairman of tho Committee on the m2&M send an explicit statement of what Bold In 1802. Professor Rorko says tho you wish to accomplish, and mako expenditures of tho Wnr Department. convention which will meet in February Bultablo arrangements for payment. Your order will then receive all the Tho latter gave him a clerk during tho cannot avoid tho issuo, and that it must attention that It requires. session, who will bo of help in doing tho adopt a platform and nominate candiIf you wisb drudgery which falls to tho lot of u Con- dates for a third party movemont. Ho gressmen, nnd is such a tax on his time also says the third party has moro than ar? atlveriijeroerjt jG prepared and a plan of advertising and strength, whilo tho former gives him a fighting chanco of success. marked out ; to bo told what papers nn opportunity to show tho capacity ho III you should use, nnd what the cost Tho Bent Remedy As a toilet luxury, Aysr's Hair Vigor In this world, says J, Ilofherr, ot Hyr&cusa. will be, wo will furnish the adver- Judge Montundoubtedly possesses usuiuuuif uuu iuu piuut:iiiiur ui. v N. Y., is Pan tor KuoniK's Nerve Tonlo, because cannot bo equaled. It is highly porfum both, and submit them for your con AT gomery's advancement is commended by my son who wan partially paralyzed three slderatlon, together with our hill f br7 cd, nnd keeps the scalp clean and cool. ago and attacked liy flu, fans nut had any years all who know him, and particularly by uio service. symptoms of them sinco ha took ono bottlu ot Truth uiid I'lotlou. mis remedy.' i most nuarmy inauK lor it. thoso who served with him in commit preparing: Touchstono says that "tho truest poetSt. Louis, Mo., March 2, 1801. tee in former Congresses. Gen. Catch-ing- s KcallzliiR tho amount of good Pastor Koenlg'i ry Is the most feigning." Without goaclvertiseroente, nnd Judgo Montgomery are good reNcrvo Tonlo hoi dona me, I tool it a duty to , electrotypes and cstlmatos tho adpresentatives of tho "now and untried ing that length, wo may affirm that tho certify to Its good qualities. My nerrouaueit vertiser pays us. For tho ejepeuso of construction of correct versification sua caused by liquor habit and excessive placing advertisements nnd watchmen" whom Speaker Crisp has brought gives a man so much to think of that ho smoking, ha lug been so for several years. The ing the fulfillment of contracts wo aro paid by a commission allowed by forward ; men who, not belonging to tho cannot attend very strictly to tho truth effect of your medicine I felt Immediately, and tho publisher of the paper in Which bofore I ovou usod a whole bottlo all mutual admiration society which centerof what he sa s. Blank verso of the or- and uneasiness had disappeared, and Itrembling tho advertisement appears. felt well, for its chief dinary sort does not come under this sloop sound and am full of ambition and life, ed about Mr. Mills and had If you want to learn member Mr. Breckenridgo of Kentucky, rulo; it leaves tho mind very free. And something I hid not been for some time, and all tho Ins and onts of advertising hymns Dr. Watts ruthlessly sacrifices cordially recommend It as an eicellent nervs nnd Mr. Bynum, of Indiana, would never tonic. without any cost or trouble, read L.H. tho sound to the senso; some lesser lights IurEs, ink regularly, carefully. had any chanco of distinction hnd Mr. A Valuable) studiously: issuod weekly, $3a yojir. without benefiting I"STUE" lIouse sent Ttoolc toon Norvona sacrifice the sound r lieo tSfJ rV aI1(t lHior paUents can aUoaauress, Mills been chosen Speaker. That was the sense. But no one can read some If you wish a comnlcto catalogue of obtain LA all newspapers, send SS for tho Ameriof ono reason ho wasn't chosen. Brooklyn parts of Pope carefully those lines in I HCmSm this incdicino Iiooby clmruo can Newspaper Directory. the Reverend This rnmedrhas been nreuared Times-UnioKoenlR. For any further Information address: which, in a word or two, he sums up tho f'astor prepared ot I'ort Wavne, Ind. since iSTll, and under bis direction by the GEO. P. ROWELL- - & ?' Nothing equals Aycr's Sarsaparilla for character or achievements of tho notaKOENIQ MED. CO., Chicago, III. bilities of his day without suspecting 2 Newspaper Advertising Bureau, ? purifying tho blood, and as a spring that an apt rhyme occasionally beguiles Sold by Drntnrists at 61 per Dottle O for 85. 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. incdicino. , tho poet into tv moro forcible expression LnrjrnSlzo, 81.15. O Hottlcs for 80. of admiration or contempt than ho would Dutch Windmills. have given in prose. Tou f carcoly can stand anywhoro in The teller or writer of tho story has Holland without seoiug from ono to 20 tho immilho upon him so strongly tc OF THE THE NEW WEBSTER windmills. Many of thorn aro built in make it a good story CELEBRATED is next to tho form of a two story tower, tho impossible for him to that it modifying avoid JACKSON second story being smallor than tho first, its more commonplace features. Aud ho with a balcony at its baso from which ndds a littlo here and ho CORSET WAISTS. primes it tapers upward until tho cap like top is there. Point before precision is, a littlo MADI ONLY HV TM( it may renoliod. High up, near tho roof, the Jackson Corset Co. great axis juts from tho wall; aud to be feared, sometimes even the historian's There aro veracious narratives JACKSON, MICH. "WEBSTER'S thh aro fostoued two prodigious arms, motto. bound to accept on tho word of formed Bomo w lint like laddoH, boarhig wo feel who prefer not our friends. Wo should not havo be- LADIES great shoots of canvas, whoso business INTERNATIONAL to ivonr Stiff lieved the stories had any ouo elso told is to catch tho mischtof makor and sot Corsets, aro them; ns it is, wo store them in our mill ItlnUl trv tliom. u-mwsw him nt work. Tlieso mills stand like imltod to DICTIONARY memories as splendid illustrations of the They nro npprovoil by go hugo giants guarding tho country. often quoted saying of tlm poet that piiyalvltlllBy vuuui.EU ujr g Their bodies aro gonerally of dark red; and tlioir heads, or roofs, aro mado to truth is stranger than fiction. All tho dross matters, nnd every luily turn this way and that, according to tho Year Round. Buccnssort oftiii: itxahridgkd. thutliusivorh direction of tho wind. Tholr round and lleset from Cover to (Vivcr. Hut Kills Hun. EESD FOR CinCUIAE. A GRAND INVESTMENT Is always staring. Altogether, every Fonuly nnd Hcliool. lur Colonel Richard Bright had n remark-nbl- o thoy scorn to bo keoplug a vigilant wntch C D. 0SB0RN, Southorn Agont, Tho work of revision occupied over oxperieneo at Woodinont, on the in overy direction. Somotlmes thoy ten years, moro than u hundred cdi torrt 60 RICHARDSON DLOCK, stand clustorod together; sometimes Potomac, whilo fishing for black bass. being employed, and over 8300,000 expended bofore first copy wns printed, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Ho was casting with minnows of mod. tfnvaisori Wanted. nlono, like silent sentinols; somotimes in SOLD DY ALL DOOKSELLCns. long row's liko rnnks of soldlors. You ernto size nnd was slowly reeling in a Pamphlet sent lrco by tliopublUlier. 5 seo them rising from tho midst of factory email bass, when n hungry three pounder kMAAj CAUTION is needed In purchasing a dicArjonoy for tionary, ns photogravhlo reprints tf nn o buildings, by tho cottages, on tho polders shot out from his concealment mid bolted and comparatively worthless edition cf (tho polders aro lnkoa pumpod dry and tho hooked fish bodily. The colonel beWebster oro being marketed under vr!6us names and often by misrepresentation. turno.l into farniB); on tho wharves; by came awnro of the augmented straiti on GET THE BEST, tho rivors; along the canals; on the tho reel nnd, by careful management, Tho International, which bears Imprint cf dykes; In tho cities everywhere! Hollanded his double prizo. Tho small bass G. it O. MEUUI AM & CO., I'uhllshors, land wouldn't ho Holland without Its went into tho maw of his big cannibal Springfield, Muss., U. II. A. fllVEiTS. windmills, any moro thnn it could ha brother smoothly enough, but his Bharp 1 .I. ".-- ;; WIAKKS, TRADE Holland without Its Dykos and its Dutchspines stuck in tho throat of his captor nvsmu BiTBUTJt NOTICE, FRUITGROWERS! . ' COPYRIGHTS, eto. men. Mary Mapes Dodge, in St. Nichnnd made escape impossible. The twe olas. Information and freo Handbook wrlto to bass were presented to tho National mu- For Make your orders by the 1st of October mmII' MUNN & CO.. SOI UlU)AWAT. NIW YOIIK. seum, where thoy nro preserved just as Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. we will furnish you any kind of V is n truth- - in medicine that tho thoy enmo from tho Potomac, tho tall of Kvery patent taken out by us Is brousut befora It public by a notice given Iroo of charge In tno smallest doso that performs tho cure is the small ono projecting from the mouth the VIVrjIT TTREJES. 4 8MLA.I.I1 TItXXS, tivj tho best. DoWitt's Littlo luirly Risers of tho larger. Tho weight of tho two Is BUKtrssi aua. aro tho smallest pills, will perform tho 8 pounds. "Necessity knows no law," Laneftt circulation of any dentlflo paper la tho ZACK, GREEN. world. BPienaiair .Illustrated. No IntelHscnt euro nnd nro tho best. Sold by Short & nnd hnnger recognizes no relationship, nan snouia tie without it, weesir. .i,uii a Manager lUrdlnslurg Numrv.' 1 Forest and Stream. rear: SIM six months, Address MUNN a CO. Ilaynes. "UuuauiKS,36l jJroiidwor.Now York. HAUDINSBURfl, KYJ ! "' ts s, one-fift- r, !)? It is n best places to find expensive, good mules BI nro thoso celebrated for tho production of good horses. In nil probability, mulo ureeuiug pays ueiier mini uursu uaw ing: tho young mulo requires less troublo to raiso and brings a higher prico. Tho mulo is a beast of burden nnd nothing ffq moro. Thoy are sure footed and havo strong limbs and hard hoofs, which do not, liko thoso of a horso, dry up under arl lots tho iullucnco of heat, nnd a quick, solid LdUlvD stop. Mules step longer than tho horse, and havo a remarkablo power of going up nnd down steep places and of cloverly turning sharp cornors, sure on tho worst of roads, quiet, easy to pleaso as regards XV. 1. JOU(il.Ar, HrocUtou,nia9. tkildl food, tolerant of heat and thirst, requirVOU BALK UY ing drink less often nnd in less amount BOWMER &. HMBLETON than tho horso, moro intelligent than CLOVERPORT' KY. usually given credit for nnd susceptible of attachment and amcnublo to good treatment. Ho is a modol animal of transport. IIo can bo ridden, driven or used for pack purposes, gives but little HeadqnartorB for troublo over shooing and muy bo loft unshod, behind especially, for n long timo without dotrimont. Tho mulo is rather cholco in his selection of water, nnd moist, cold wenthor is unsultcd to him. Though ho exhibits Grain Prills. Fertilizer, Cemeut, Micbl M i?an Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil a notablo freedom from dlseaso, ho Bufby the Barrel, Plaster Hair, fers sovcroly from speciflo affections. Ho inherits tho sobriety, patience, & and surofootcdncss of tho jack, and tho vigor, strength and courage of Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring tho horso. Making allowanco for sizo, Orders ac- wnyB kept on hand. d ho carries moro weight than 'comparJed by cash prompt y "j tho horso, honco is essentially a pack animal. Nobraska Farmer. ly lined. shoe ever offered for $vu)i Imported shoes wblch cost from (3.00 to tu m. a. 0" llnnil-Miwc- Mmfn.lnhlAWill.wior, nnp cait, ami nnrnliln. ThA licjt JTltB atwlt.h sboe ever offered nt tbls prlcoi same grndo as cus inw costing irom so.uu 10 wain. .nil lAll.n Hlmn. rArmpnL Ilnllmad Iftn j nnlIjttfrCarrlersall weartherm flaecalf. seamless, smooth Inside, heavy threo soles, eiten- tlonedgo. One pair wilt wear ayear. no shoo ever offered nt SCO 00 flnocnlfione betterwill convlnco thoso trial 5mm this price i who want a shoo for comfort and service. UH 8'i.DO Worlilnciimn'd shoes tst arenml strong nnd durable. Ilioso who rtrr Dave given mein a inai win wrnruuiMuermai&e. wuwi tbeysell DAltnl e.UU nnil boys everywhere:biiih: rn DUIO wornby the on tncir merits, ns ine increasing saies buuw. 3.00. llnin!.evcd shoo, bert I lMDKotn, very stilish; equalsFrcnch Imported shoes eoitln i? from 8 IJ) to 6i). Imilles' 2,30.. M.OO ind 81.7.1 sftm for Htyllsh nnd durable, Ulsses are the best fine Uongola. Douglas' namo that Cnutlou. Seo on theW. 1. of each shoe. aud bottom price ore stamped NO HI7nSTITi;TB.tfJ tml.t on local advertHwl dealers supplying yon, A Mute rtrccclor on Mule. very significant fact that tho It la a BAiimltl to hurt tbofeeti mado of tho licit lino calf, Btyll.U and e&r, and btcau re make more ihoespf thut araae man any otacr Kiumyufiwrer. " uvrru uucH tusuuu iimiii ku m thcyfinrtt cnlf l, RK UIMJonnluo equals French IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONET? arirw. with Tin tATaC Of WMVlhrPftd u ". $3. GREGORY & CO.,' Reapers and Mowers, Pine Poplar Shingles ono-thlr- To Advertisers SALVATION OIL I p& . uj -- For D H C. YOU WARiT ONE V&AtSS$ MMy -X- tli-'i- w ubso-let- ItWJUm 1