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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 brc1892031601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. JOHN WANAMAKER. uown 'T1 " mutt let the "" jour sign, allKf. nllniln - n It." Kicpcitl.illln;ly nlc know ii )ou want to tin business you nt It. n.li..!!.! -iiiiig l i . . III mm: inxinp THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1892. CHAPTEK VII. P. T. BARNUM. yean, paid J j ,000,000 for newspaper advertising. On that Investment lie made $11,- In twelve 000,000. It rays to Advertise. VOL. XVI. Wo manufacture) and havo for Balo by tho singlo barrel or car load, four grades of Flour, as follows : Lines to a Friend. I1Y K. 1! PRISONER ftzrzstrr ."- WK AKKCAKICI) FUlt I1YTWO NOIII.K WOMK.N. A. M. -j a r-TA None Such. Fancy Patent of tho highest quality that never fails to please the most fastidious. Retail price r. I1 OOPYR1QHT Mi .BT b m iBf Tl-PRISa ra mmw jjk- -i v Ji u.rfteir k 13 tnLnuN ASSOCIATION V1 . - l BY AMERIOAN 1801 ,;u:. flfiYffiVv WW- vavg ,T. . per bbl. and wo pay thd freight. Daily Bread. sessing fine color and strength, and in great favor with tho hundreds who havo it in daily uso. Fancy Bakers, pos- $$$ Satisfaction. por bbl. and wo pay tho freight. mm Ave of Choico Family good quality at tho moderate price of per bbl. in cotton and pay tho freight. A Boyd's Entire. Straight grado, composed of all three of tho above, and the good qualities of all in a high pos-bessi- degree. 1UISII nor bbl. and wo pay tho freight. " If your Grocer does njt handle our flour, send your money and orders to us and they will havo prompt attention. Respectfully, Irvington Milling IRVINGTON, KY. Louisville, St Louis & Co., Co, Texas RJ, TIME SCHEDULE Effect Talcliiir At 5:00 o'clck A. H. Wednesday July 29. '9S Wet Bound Traim Ma" 63 Bxpr's Kspr's Dally 025pm 6 7 7 7 40 20 24 47 35TO. 18. Eatt Bound Traxnt M MM& Kxpr's Expr'. Dally Dally STATIONS Dally 7 JS.im 800 8 41 8 4.1 757 8 07 811 817 900 908 917 9 21 Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 100 9 05pn 8 SO Kentucky fat. 8 05 . West Point 1.2(6 UWpm 802 Howard Long Ilranch ilrandcnburK Meade Springs Irvlngton Webster I.odlburg Pierce Si.i..ple Stephensport Addison Holt Sklllman Ilawesvllle Petrle l'alcon Cajce LewUport Powera Pates Mattingly Stanley Worthlngton ar.Henders'n Spottsvllle Tlasketts l Mock Haven 1143am 7 47 1138 1129 1125 11 19 1111 1102 1063 1045 1033 1030 1023 1018 1015 10 01 7 40 7 31 7 27 t 8 27 837 8 47 8 55 U05 920 934 941 952 1000 1010 1015 1023 1027 1030 1044 1060 1100 1111 1118 1124 1129 1135 11 52-t- Hkron Gustnn 723 715 865 6 48 6 40 911 921 9 25 980 1001 9 46 961 1010 1018 10 Cloverport Shops 9 67 9 44 933 91 1028 1034 1050 il 920 915 9 09 631 626 618 613 610 667 563 640 530 622 605 435 4 4 ell 611 4 48 25 n 1102 1111 1123 1131 1140 1155 1205pm 1220am 1207pm 1216 1227 1236 1240 Owensboro 851 837 8 27 815 806 65 7 37 7 29 7 413 365 0' 104 111 1 3 37 3 29 25pm 715m 315pm R. R. LouisviMe,Hardfnsburg& Western No. 2 TIME TABLE. TAKING Daily EFFECT JULY 29, I 1891. West Bound Trains Dally No. 1 ex bun. ex Sun. No. 6 7 60 HardinshurR 7 15 Kirk 7 05 Jolly 130 Glendiane 641 148 Dempster 634 165 15pin ar l'ulUflouyh Iv 0 14am 2 664 Ilockvale 260 6 29 Huth 302 6 21 3 It Askins 6 00 29 Oaks 3 jl 00pmArPordavillcLv 4 45am 12 42 1 No. 2 No. 6 11 30-tI.v Irvlnirton Ar 930am 8 35 Garfield 12 10pm 815 12 25 Harned 18 Hast Hound Trains Dally Dall) STATIONS, ex bun. ex bun THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH LIRE. (L. E. & ST. h. R. R.) h SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND UKST LINK TO St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. AND ALL POINTS West and Time-car- in Effect Seat. d Louisville 8:10 .ro,..9tls p.m... 4i2J p.m Lv. AtfSt. 10.05p.rn ETansvllle 1:25 " For farther Information, call on or address, LouU TiiO ...7i40 " o'clock wEeti wele.. we had five hours of darkness, aud wo determined to uso It We overhear! the men saying tlie even In? before that the Home (iiiurds were t, pntrolling the njads at night in tlint unrl thin kept us In the fields or woods. We were In the f ootid In of tho Blue Kldgenml the country wan broken nmldng tiuvil particularly trying in the darkness, added to this creeks anil streams benet our course every mile or two, ho that we were noon drenched, and as Bell could not swim. I always entered the water by nix wide in a state of alarm though fortunately that night I wax not called on to help him. for we dossed no water that wax not lordable The sky, which had been overciiHt when we Btnrted out, cleared off toward mom lng, und we discovered that we were due south As the country grew rougher lu the direction we had been going, aud so would have bothered pursuing horsemen, we decided not to change, reasoning that we must soon reach the Savannah, which we had made up our minds to recross into Georgia Just before daylight we came to ahnlt on tho banks of u stream, which we hoped was the Savannah, and waited for daylight When light came, the width and character of tho river convinced us we were right, but it needed no soundings to assure me that it could not bo forded at that point. We hud to art and think quickly We found a drift log on the shore to which Uell could cling, and without hesitation we launched it and pushed out 1 do not think 1 ever met u man with more physical courage than my companion, but his ashy face and the awful look in Ids eyes as he clung to that log, while 1 swam and pushed it along. I shall never forget. The undertaking was not diflicntt, bnt when 1 reached n point where it wus safe for my friend to drop dowu his legs und abandon the log, we both sent up ii fervent ''Thnnk GodP The Ueor-gi- u shore was rocky and wooded, and we at once hurried to u position from which wo could not be seeu from the Bouth Carolina side. We wrung out our clothes, and after finding that the woods afforded many places for concealment we decided to remain there till dark. As we vere pretty well fagged out, and nothing was to be gained by standing guard, wo made u couch of boughs in tho midst of a great pile of rocks and slept till late in the afternoon, by which time our fatigue had gone and we were as hungry us wolves. I believed, from the time we left Alii len, that Sherman's army should le our objective point, but Bell's heart wan set on the mountains, and as he "knew the Blue Ridge as well's if he'd built hit." I yielded again, and we made up our minds to travel in the direction of sundown. The sun had set. and we hud gone about n mile, keeping the river on our right, when we came to a clearing, and nbovo the trees at tho other side we saw a smoke piliur that indicated a houso Walking along the fence we came to a road leading toward the hoiibo, but the e deep, baying of dogs in the distance sent our hearts into our mouths and made us run back to the woods again. After concluding that the dogs wero not after us we moved on once moro, and nt length reached u good well beaten road that ted in the right direction We met u wagon and a num ber of horsemen, but we took care that they did not see us About midnight we met a man on foot who wus very drunk, and seemed to have lost his horse and his bearings He told us that he hud been a soldier, 'the best sojer ever scut out by this here county of Elbert or the whole state of Georgia." he declared He further informed us that if we kept straight on for about ten or fifteen miles we should fetch up at Montevideo, but he proposed that we should see him home, when tie would treat ua like gentlemen und Hend a team with us as fnr us Hart on the morrow. We thankfully declined, und loft the gentleman singing "The Southern Wagon" beside the road. By way ol appeasing .our hunger we drunk at every stream we came to, and when the cocks began to crow Bell was sorely tempted to find their roosting place. Tho dawn of another day found us on the same road, with u pleasant, hilly und cultivated country on either hand. It wus thirty-si- x hours since we bud tasted food, and during that time we had traveled a distance estimated at eovonty milea This would have taxed strong, healthy men, but we were weak to start with and the terrible strain and privation were not calculated to improve our vigor We both had "(lashes of fever and, right smart spells of chills and agor." but the determination to win or kept Us at It und roused "to die us to effort when our feet felt like great burdens that could not be lifted again, and we reeled und staggered through the darkness like drunken men The light in the east warned us to find another hiding place for the day. and we hurried toward tho nearest woods Thoroughly exhausted and with the hunger burning our vitals again, us It hud done at Libby and Charleston, we into tho undorbrush und lay down like famished wolves Wo wore roused from our sleep by feeling bnrselves pushod, and starting up wo found ourselves in the midst of a half score of those long nosed, ntzor bucked hogs to be found no pluco outside of southern the stable, so that itwasaoont dis-tric- I g The hcarcity ol fruit and the fact that southern planters did not pay much to the cultivation of vegetables made the south a dillicult country for fugitives tike Bell und myself to puss through. The only way we could get food in mid July was to come into direct contact with tho people, for though we now and then made a raid on a hen roost, the supply wus uncertain and the risk very great Wnde desjierute by hunger and the sore fatigue of our long march from South Carolina we left the bushes in which we had been sleeping aud made straight for a pretentions looking house, with an avenue of giant locusts bordering the driveway that led up to its wide pfugza We walked on with a military step, so as to create a favorable impression, if we should chance to beheeu approaching On the plasma we saw seuted a matronly looking old lady and u younger woman clad in black and wearing a widow's cap it was arranged us we drew near that 1 should do the talking Standing on the steps we removed our huts, aud the ludies rose und looked at us. first in alarm, but as I told them my story of hunger wounds and sickness and asked for u little food to enable us to get to our home in the mountains. 1 was rejoiced to see that an expression ot pity came Into their faces, and they Invited us up und had chairs brought for us, and the younger woman went off to order us something to eut I.onp j eirs have passed since last u e met, Ami varicil scenes li.ive inctuvirKa"', lint still pint memories llnper yd, Tlioiijrli failed liy times thlck'nln haze. In childhood's happy hours we played Together by the stream, No thought of care, or aught but pence Disturbed our youthlul dream. As time ptssed on our paths diverged Rach had his joy and loss And, ere many years had o'er us rolled, Wc found In life some dross ; Our childhood's dream, as years sped on, A darker aspect took ; The piges that In jouth were fair, Wire lengthened to sad, sad book In whlcn was written a tale ol woe Of hopes long laded and prayers forgot, Of aspirations cherished once, And fond desires that were hicded not. Hut ns wc near the river's brink, Time, the healer, binds the wound, Kate sec in less hard, and God mole kind, I And peace goes with us to the tomb; Though linlr grows white, nnd step less firm, And tl e tcives traces on thy brow, Thouph youthful beauty fades away, Thou wilt be as dear to me ns now. Stephensport, Ky, JDujrtxarri CiU ar THE -- : FOR A GOOD SMOKE ASK FOR THE 9 't 3 .!. &. GREAT EQUAL3fH ANY 10 IT 43 and -- .ONLY o E GENfej CIGAR? &- - Let's reason together. Hero's a firm, one of tho largest the country over, tho world over; it has grown, step by step, through tho years to greatness nnd it sells patent medicines! ugh I "That's enough 1" Wait a little This firm pays tho newspapers good money (expensive work, this advertising!) to toll tho peoplo that they have faith in what they sell, so much faith that if they cant benefit or euro they don't want your money. Their guarantee is not indefinito nnd relative, but definite and absolute if tho medicine doesn't help, your money is "on call." Supposo every sick mnn nnd every fecblo womnn tried these medicines nnd found them worthless, who would bo tho loser, you or thoy ? Tho medicines nro Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery," for blood diseases, and his ".Favorite Prescription," for woman's peculiar ills. If thoy help toward health, they cost $1.00 a bottle each I If tlicy don't, they cost nothing! burrow Kscapo. o IN N f ..i!X I . THE MARKETj Als . CIGAR - - r. s -xpsU - W livtWi Ja "7 M'AS'MSrf' tZVjMM.r V. .li ' SJ9 .1JttJV &t0tXsgisas$ir mmrXPSV- tfrf. vtMTOrv. f i7,, ltS?a- Je"SA I ft&3ssi:j-- - - : HETTERMANN L. E. SHANNON, Gen. Traveling Agt. s rfzr. BROS., 1 QTJALIT TELLJ .. x. . - 801 & 803 W. MAIN STREET, LOUISVILLE, K1 WIIKN WK PA RTF.!) WITH WOJIKN THOSU K1.NI bell-lik- tot-torc- d R.A CAMPBELL, Oon'l Past. Ag't, Evanivil'e, D Ind j. B CAMPBELL, woods. Bell sprang to his feet with his knife In hia hand, but beforo ho could otriko tho wild black creatures wore off in a Sti Louisville, Ky. A. Lialsvlllt.Ky City Ticket Office, S. W. Cor. Th rd & Main P. PILES rr. "AN AKBSIS " tsi vm fraiant relief ami la nn Infulllblo Cure for l'llrs. l'rlcogl. l)y urutnristi or rami. Htirapies Ailtlrpsi"JlN'l KLhlH" Itox XU0,Novr York CUjr. state of great alarm. "We uns must have grub," reasoned Bell, "and I'm in for goin to tho very first houso and git-ti- n it by force If need bo, for we uns might aa well bo killed as starved to death." 1 agreed with him lu this, aud we started oil to find a bouse that did not look too rich and forbidding bein mado n prisint of a most byootiful harso, wid the coat of a duck, tho gruco of a dancing m.isthcr, and the spade of an antilawpe." "Arrah!" said Dinnis. "The loikis o' you boin' near mndo a prisint of a hnrset" "Sure, an that I wus, Dinnis, dear. 'Twaa by a grain that I missed him. It was in a chaise ho wus, and dliruv by a foino gintleman of mo acqua'ntunce. Ho stopped ferninst tho houso of me tho day. " 'It's a fine harso yo hov thayre,' says I. began?" " I beluvo yo're roight," says he. This was the most surprising question " ' Wud ye give him to me?' says I. that had us yet been put to either Uell or " 'Nawl' saya ho. myself. Wo exchanged glances of satis "Anbegorra, ifho'dsaid Yis, 'a faction, for it wus evident that this was had himl" Youth's Companion. I'd either a Union woman or a fine moral philosopher. We hastened to assure her Vitiated and bad blood often lead to that the Yankees hud never wronged us and then my companion got off the trite serious diseases. A good plan is to take saying, "This is u rich man's quur'l und somo blood medicino at intervals of four a pore man's light." or six weeks. Tho best is Lightning "Oh. it is monstrous and cruel," she Blood Elixir. It is a purely vegetable continued, with much feeling "I am a compound. D. O. Brunson, of Davis northern woman, bom in Pennsylvania Station, S. C, says : "I had soma kind My daughter, the lady who has just loft us, married Mr. Duffy, a southern man of skin disease for twenty years. I paid some years before the war. I came here out 500 to tho best physicians of tho South, and found no relief. My skin to visit her jnst before the trouble Ber husband went away with u was raw and itching all tho time. My company, and within six months his merchant insisted that I should try body wus sent home, he was killed in a Lightning Blood Elixir. 1 had taken skirmish near Harper's Ferry killed so many patent medicines that I had no perhaps, by my own boy, who is fighting on the other side, and who loved faith, but thought I would try it, and him like u brother und would havo died now I can honestly say that ono bottle for him. My Uod! my Godl how long of Lightning Blood Elixir cured mo is this to continue? Do the men who sound nnd well." All druggists soli it, keep it up realize that the bullets never and w ill tell you nil about it. rest in the hearts they pierce on tho bat tlofield, but wing their baleful way to Awakened Canadian Farmers. some once happy home und find their Tho fanners havo leuraod somo lessons resting place in a woman's heart?" In trado economics this year which thoy 1 do not pretend to give the exact Ian o during a gunge, but there was a pathos und uu would nojtiavo learned of prosperous unhindered farming. eloquence in Mrs Tyson's words that brought tears to our eyes. Her own Tho question of who pays tho duty is no to thorn. Thoy have u eyes were wet, nnd her hands trembled longer problem hud not beforo, an unshak-abl- 6 above the sewing that had fallen into now, if thoy conviction that on tho coarso grains her lap We attempted no reply. We and products which thoy sond to the were here under false colors, und as we paying dured not tell the truth respect forced United States thoy nro thoy tho duty; havo boon and furthormoro that us to keep silent. during tho past thirteen years Mm. Tyson asked Bell what he thought paying it whorovor a duty has boon imposed, Tho about tho result of the war. oppressivonoss of tho McKinloy tariff, "1 think," he said, "we uns is licked. educating thorn as to its own The Yanks have got the men and tho besides money Hit's ull men and money in effects, has started them to thinking of war. Hit don't mutter tho right or the tho extent to which thoy havo boon bled homo manufacturers. Cor. ToWe uns undertook by tho wrong of Hip thing ronto Glolw. too big a contract aud failed, as shore's yer buwn. There'll be more fighting If you havo a disease similar to th) and u lot more men kilt anJ property destroyed, but hit's doggoned pride that following, try tho samo remtdy nnd see keeps the south at hit." Ifitdoc8not euro you. "My wife had We almost forgot our hunger, but inflamation of tho bladder for about while listening with great interest to flvo years. I tried everything I could Mrs. Tyson, we expected to liuvo tho think of to relievo her, but failed to do food served to us tramp fashion on tho so; oven our family physician failed to piazza, for we did not feel that we wore clean enough to enter a decent houso, benefit her any. At lost I purchased but, to our surprise, the mistress of the Lightning Kidney and Liver Remedy, mansion invited us into a charming din- nnd am glad to say that after the first ing room and her mother preceded ns doso my wifo was relieved, and now and sat at the foot of tho tablo to our after taking only two bottles of said remdiscomfort, for we were ravenously bun edy, is entirely woll. Lightning Kidney gry, and so I told her and Liver llomedy cuied her." 1 have before remarked that my inoun I. W. Loo, Cartnlght, Ky. tninoer friend, Bell, wus One of the most For sale by all druggists. profane' men 1 ever met, yet Ids nature He prayed wus Intensely religious. Coinimrlnc l'rults. whenever he felt grateful und swore In comparing the earlier description of when angry Before he sat down to that splendid feast he raised his face, closed fruits with modern accounts it is well to his eyes aud asked u long blessing on the remember that the high standards by food and on the noble women who hud which fruits are now judged are ot recent establishment. Fruits which would supplied it, und he ended with an invocation for peace that was really earnest onco have been esteemed excellent would today bo pussed by as unworthy of reand eloquent. gard. Professor G. L. Goodalo In PopTO BE CONTINUED. ular Science Monthly. You should keep Salvation Oil on Mrs. L. It. l'atton, Itockford, 111., hand; it will euro nil aches and pains. writes: "From personal experience I Price only 25 conb). Iluinbolt, in his Cosmos, thought UU can recommend Do Witt'H Sarsaparilla, upposo ho had a euro for impuro blood and goncral snowed up ino worm, lived to know Dr. Bulla Cough Syrup. Sold by Short & Hayncs. Hut ho didn't, alas! hn-pl'y- er bo-galifo-timy. There wus that in the accent and bear ing of the motherly old lady that told mo she. was. not of southern birth, aud as she wus disposed to ask questions and not at all afraid to give her views We told this fact came out very soou her the same old story, in the relation of which we had become adepts by this time, and she shook her head and, uh nearly as I cm recall her words, said "It is not war It is fratricide. Why should you young men want to kill the men from the north, did they ever do either of you harm before this trouble "An sure," said Patrick to hia friend Dinnis, "I was near indado tho day to - DowI$ & To throw aside that old stove nnd Kaokcty pieco of F s- ' c- Good l s lime And conio to our houso and purchaso something that is durablo and cheap. Our goods are within tho reach of all and our prices mako it possiblo for every household to bo will furnished, both in tho kitchen and W 41, i nnt.1,. ; . '.. n ir i mu imuui. Tiru t... u n.:., ..j:i juu gui, uur nnuus, wu nro uio money savors on Jtfurnituro, oil jjuu k uuj uiiuij uiuu and Farmer's Supplies. U R. N I T U R E i v ft A X COdCC DffiDCXSDCCCCnCCCCCCCOa naajaoaaaaaaaaaaaoaai f JsL r m V IvJ SPECIAL. XyjJD&.JKJJ, r, 'J: TO RICE, w SODA, SHOT. jf . d POWDER LOADED SHELLS. FLOUR -- r I w 1 a 6 : and :- - h nico our stovo cool to Imlppil T will Mi1 HlltVANT IT Ira Gauxa Oven loora makes It so much easier ttmn other stoves I lmvo been used to. And I havo so much mnrntlmA tomsltA Avfrvthlni 4ut Htrii, ii,t imb n i.M Mnt v .uc 1 " havo bad luck with bread, bHcuits or cake, now. Lady ok tub House Why. now do you explain It? SKiivANT-W- cll. I don't havo to watch. everytliliiR so close for fear It will burn. You know how careful you havo to bo with a baki d custard. It fi so apt to burn on top before it Is baked throuRh. Lady op toh House Do you stlUHko our'.Chartcr' OahStovo as well aswbenwo Hkuvant Oh. OTfirv hit m well. Sli'nm. xiAur ur ins house i am exi snow ner now MEAL. SUGAR, COFEEE, MOLASSES. Doaa3arLaj3oa3aaaaaaa The Charter O.ik bakes It perfectly without any danger ot buriiliic. lliU9l-U-I And then In w;;ri.;;rhA;;i,Vni.jft.::i.jr.." .u...H.u iiiiiUUvviiif.imiuuiiuivuhin Dsxxacccsaanaaiijaaaaaariaaa tho wire uauio oven door I know thoy wouldn't I o near ns nice. I liopo I'll uover havo to cook any wheru again wlicro they haven't got a Chartir Dak Stovo ortflance. v.""'"iV"i..i:"4"'io.".''o.wcsp.''' foi biscuits, but If It wasn't luuwnilll HEIMSLEY, JOLLY FARMERS SUPPLY HOUSE, Goldfoll about her heart affairs, and during tho course of her conversation eho said: "Even your own son Harold, Mrs. Goldfoil, was a quondam lovor of inino." Tho old lady almost bounced out of her chair, but laughed it off, and when she had gone to her room she spoko to her husband, "Well," sho said, Indignantly, "there may be some oscuso for fashionable young women talking about their vnrl-ou- a sweethearts, but profanity Is utterly unpardonable." Detroit Free Press. The IK'Mr Old Soul. Miss St. Cyr wns talking to old Lady Is a sort of car o" pavilion, a sa.ldlo for elephtmts. It 1,3. a bandsomo affair with gorgeous trappings, nnd though of various forms is usually covered overhead. Tho driver Mjjot seated n tho howdah, which Is remaster, but sits on the served for jelephant)8 Tt"k. Detroit Free Press. DEJERNETTE, bohi HARDINSBURG, KY. . IThu,-Ulull- HARRY GUENTHER 401-4- 07 Ko, & BRO.. East Main St., A hacking cough Is annoying and very dangerous. Why not stop It? Mr, J. W. 1'eddlconl, Sluuly Nook, Ky., writes "I took a severe cold somo timo ago ; It settled In my chest nnd caused mo very From I to 600 horse powt much pain when coughing. I purchased n bottlo of Lightning Cough Drops, "Lato to bed and early to riso will and nftnr taking n fow doses, I found inDO GENERAL shorten tho road to your homo in tho stant relief, and am now entirely woll." But early to bed and a "Littlo Sold by all druggists for 25 nnd 50c. skies." - Early Riser," tho pill that makes lifo An Old ltlb of Wood. longer nnd better and wiser. Sold by In Galveston, in sinking nn artesian Short k Ilayncs. woll, which is now 2,010 feet In dopth, Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Gris gray and green clay, mixed with wood, Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Sir Forehnpped bunds tho following Is n litno concretions and pebbles, wero found most excellent remody: Camphor gum, nt a depth of 1,010 feet. Tho ago of tho Koop in Stock Now and Second - hand Mij wood Is estimated at 200,000 years by 8 drams; bt swax, 8 drams, spermaceti, Steam and Hand Pumps, Gum and L 8 drums! olivo oil, 2 ounces. Put in a Profossor Siugley, aud in tho stratum, Iron and Wood rulloys, Shafting, pan and set In boiling wnter until melted, Which is 100 feet in thickness, ho found eeeda resembling npplo and hacuberry and apply to the hands. ripo ana tattings, Circular Bawa, teeds. Yankee Dludc. And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies, Bright peoplo aro tho quickest to ro cognizo a good tiling and buy it. Wo It is a fixed nnd itntnutnblo law that PRICES and all husinoss guatantocd to be satisfactory. soil lots ot bright peoplo tho Littlo Early to havo good, sound health ono must Correspondence solicited. havo nuro, rich and abundant blood. Risers. If you aro not bright theso pills There Is no shorter nor surer routo than will mako you eo. Sold by Short & Hay- by a course ot Do Witt's Satsdparilla. GKTVIH .A. Sold by Short Haynes. ncs. isrsa EsisracciN MACHI IIS. FOUNDRY AND jrvvuu ter t TJS OALL, - u t x, Breckenridge I NO.U. & News. 10. 1892. BRANDENBURG. Robert Green spent Sunday at home. Charlie Caspcrko spent Sunday at home. Mr. Al. Maltingly, of Garrett, was in town Saturday. Prof. P. S. Wool spent several days in Louisvillo last week. Rov. Hagan preached at tho Baptist church hero Sunday. Mr. L. A. Robinson visited his sister, Mrs. S. O. Mnlin, Sunday. Mr. John Greenwell, of Andyvillc, was in town on business Saturday. Mrs. II. O. Rawlings and sister, Mrs. Bomar, went to Louisvillo Tuesday. Miss Fannio Rhodes, of Paynesville, is visiting Mrs. J. D. Hardin this week. Hon. Chapezo Wathcn is attending court in Edmonson county this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Yeakel visited frionds and relatives in Louisvillo last week. Mr. Peter Brandenburg, of Grahamp-ton- , was hero tho latter part of tho week. Mrs. Stevo Hardin, of Littlo Bend, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Voss, at this place. Georgia Morcmen returned Miss Thursday from a visit with friends in Louisville. Miss Fannie Mattingly nnd Mattio Shacklett visited at Mr. Ashcraft's Saturday and Sunday. Press Grinncll has been sick with pneumonia for tho last week, but is better at this writing. MissLizzio Rawlings left Tuesday for Los Angeles, Cul. Sho will visit in Kansas City on her way. Mr. Blant Shacklett spent Friday in Weldon. Ho says that Weldon has somo attraction now. Tlio littlo daughter of Mr. Henry Jones is sick with diptheria at her uncle's, Prof. McAuliffs. W. M. Ditto sold to Dan Brooks 232 sheep for some parties in tlio blue gross region, to be shipped Monday. Miss Minnio Caspcrko went to Louisvillo Monday to spend several weeks, and get the latest ideas in millinery. Mr. II. O. Woodson has purchased tho tin shop from Messrs. Bowling and Miller. Mr. Bowling will continue the business for him. Miss Ina Mnlin returned home Saturday from a visit at Vine Grove. She was accompanied by her littlo cousin, Mary Bnrnct. Rev. Brandon, of Cloverport, assisted in tho protracted meeting hero last week. He is a very ablo preacher, and tho people of our town would have liked to havo had him remain until the close of the meeting. Mr. Win. Beal who has been a long sufferer from dispopsia, was taken Suddenly worse Saturday morning and died last night at 11 o'clock. He was about 40 years old. His family has the sympathy of the community. Mr. Harry Bell's horse became frightened Sunday afternoon, when coming down tho hill by Mrs. Bowlings, and upset tho buggy, throwing Mr. Bell and Miss Georgia Morcmen out. They fortunately escaped with a few bruises. Tlio horse succeeded in freeing himself from the buggy, and run witli all speed possible. It is supposed ho landed safely at home. HARDINSBUnG DEPARTMENT. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. Tost of Samples OP -- : TEY THE DOUBLE-SEWE- :- - WEDNESDAY, MARCH VITRIFIED BRIOK. Olllco of VlllGIL O. UA11I1AOK, Kdttort and Proprietor!. 2m v"" ,Ii., Nt. ti. A: T. liocal Time Card. 10.01 a.m. Mall and Exoren eoioe But ii West ii -- 10.44 a.m. .57 p.m. " But Kxrrin .. 9.48 p.m. Weit 11.10 a.m. " East Local freight i -- 10.0S a.m. Weit The Stato Board of Equalization met ' in Frankfort last Thursday. They will "? ln session six weeks. ooina wear. Pasicnger Daily arr. HardInihurg..l2:4J p.m. aoixa kast. Pastenger Dally arr. llardinaburg.. 7:50 a.m Citv Enoi.neeb, Louisvim.e, Ky., March B O ,o a 9 7, 1802. H. & HL )) V v H 5 4 County Court next Monday. Fertilizers at Beard & Bceler's. Mr. G. P. Jolly is at homo from Owensboro. K" W" 3. Of K v K 13. J? 3 2 QS r lk- ! Mr. James AVlthcrs, Kirk, was in town Sunday. 11. M. McCrnckcn was in tho city last AVednesday. n 2 r r o t3r 5:3" o3 '' ' M r fn" pa ty 3 a 3 a oa "BULL DOG ,f3 X-.- 5 rf as':: . tr' ' sf tsasr. UlU. . in tlio -Legislature isono disqualifying a juror woni serving in tlio Circuit Court inoro Mian onco in two years. Among Uio bills introduced i tt AT vfown lias uecn nppoinicu oiaio inspixi-a or. Ho succeeds Judge Macy wiio lias , t'r " fcfc. Judge . G. . II. Gardiner, 1 of Elizabeth' 1 rt m M . ent in his resignation March 31. to tako effect . Suits for damages havo been fded against the city of New Orleans in tho interest of six of tho heirs of tho Italians "killed in tho Mafia troubles. In each "Vase $30,000 is asked. ". Senator Hill will not visit Frankfort Vvon tho. invitation extended him by tho -- Legislature. Mr. Hill knows doubtless ' that Kentucky is First for Cleveland, Second for Carllslo, and that his prcs-- . enco hero would not chango tho situation. Indiana Republicans held their State Convention last week and agreed to go vio Minneapolis as a unit for tho nation of Harrison. Tlio Convention was not altogether harmonious, how- .evcr, a number of tho delegates being opposed to President Harrison. The Owensboro Messenger says that Ben Terrell who figured so conspicuously in tho Third Party Convention at St. has been to Russellville, Ky., tell- k . but the farmers that tliev should submit PjW-thcidifferences to tho Democratic Con- ....v .... 0 J .V"""" r fVtl IIX v, .w UJU fjlUlb JIIUVViJUUt At last tho Democrat in Congress have begun tho fight on tho tariff. Mc- .fMjllcn, of Tennessee, was tho first to ad oil ana ho goes into tno .McKinioy Bill without gloves. It is to bo hoped up, and ,41t tho i war- will bo kept...1.,. ...... that r l!..n III rt uoiigrcna, wiiu niu uuu . tVUUlucnilH tho demands of their party will fur- Jio irit,,; Tiisu tho material. IMP ' &. "I :$ lnst Tuesday's issuo of tn0 Times, Mai. "V. R. Kinney, of Louisville, dis cussed tho Presidential situation at somo length. Tho Major being an old time campaigner knows a tiling or two about Spollticfl and politicians. If ho could be induced to tako tlio stump this summer )a would make things red hot for Bro. . Harrison and Kentucky Republicans. N . M v Tiieiie is a good deal of complaint in Washington city over Bro. Wanna- makor s mail service, it is said that it takes n letter as long to go from there to Fiojfida as it does to Europe. But then ia all to bo changed next year, when nil postmasters, and Bro. Wannamaker included aro to bo retired, and their places filled by efficient Democrats. "f- - Attouney General, Hcndiick, went to Louisvillo last week to institute proceedings in tho courts to stop tho Frankfort Lottery from doing any more business in tlio State. It has alw ays been a mystery why this Lottery concern has been to carry on its business in Louisville and elsewhere, when its charter expired over two years ago. Surely its high time that au investigation bo had. Mayoii Tyler has rejected all tho bids on tho vitrified brick contracts. The city of Louisvillo wants over a million of brick for paving purioscs, but tho Mayor thinks tho prices now a little too steep and calls for a new deal all around. Cloverport is bound to be in it taking quality and prices into consideration, for wo aro simply Second to no city in tho Union in tho vitrified brick business. put in The prices on real estate in this city aro gradually going up. Ijist week 150 feet of ground in tho extreme end of tho city sold at public outcry for 1.C0 per loot. It has not been but a fow years when tho samo piece of ground would havo hung firo at fifty cents per foot. But now tlio demand for lots is increasing and as tho demand continues, the prices go up. Tho lot was not desirable either, but tho peoplo must havo houses, nnd wherever they aro placed, they rent readily at good figures. On main street thcro has been n marked rise in tlio prices of real estate, over what they ground to five years ago. Isold for S10 per foot fivo years ago is To-da- old at $40. is still a largo number of Re this county who havo faith la success of their tarty, inclined under apy cir-ttft off on sidd issues. I'ctings last Satur- gates to tho dis-Abethtown where m to tho Ropub- Hon. Charles famong them in (tho delegates to till doubtless be cnows that Mr. rnicd upon tho ly, and whatover ftnisra, and Re publicans iWB""lMy Tcgacd as sound. In tho Legislature where ho served two terms ho was tho pronounced leader of his party and mado n good record there. Civil Engineer, It. N. ljudson, was in tho city Saturday surveying tho new kiln for tho Cloverport Brick Works. The Republicans met in convention hero Saturday in pursuance of n call made upon them by tho chairman of the county committee, past resolutions endorsing the administration of President Harrison and endorsing him as a suitable candidate for 1892, and appointed tho following delegates to tho State Convention : C. O. Fairleigh, Neil McMoni-gle- , Lewis. Mason McMonigle, M. G. Chism, Do you want fertilizers ? Do you want Charles Youtsler and Dr. John Hardin. them at rock bottom prices ? Do you want the best brands mado ? If so it will be to your interest to consult us before How's This. buying. Beard & Peeler. Wo Offer One Hundred Dollars Refor any case of Catarrh that cannot The community is inquiring vby tho ward Commissioners put a cheap plonk fence bo cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Props., Toledo, around nn eleven thousand dollar jail. Certainly ono of iron would bo more apO. We, tho undersigned, havo known F. propriate and less expensivo in the J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and be- future. hove him perfectly honorable In all busiThe section hands on tlio railroad that ness transactions and financially ablo to wero laid off here about Christmas have carry out any obligation mado by their all been put to work again. Tho section firm. is in chargo of Mr. Milt Matheney from West & Tkuax, Wholesalo Druggists, Stephcnsport, who has been with tho Toledo, O. AVaiidi.no, Kinnan & Mak-vi.Company some time. Mr. Chambers has AVholesalo Druggists, Toledo O. been transferred to tlio Texas. Hall's Catarrh Curo is takon internalTho new livery stable firm will bo ly, acting directly upon tho blood nnd Bu.by & Meyer. In addition to doingti mucous surfaces of tho system. Price general livery stable business tjio'Tirin 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. will trade in horses and otlvefstock Mr. Meyer comesijom Bums, whero ho has Coach, Cab and Caboose. had considtfrablo experience in handling Engineer Al Geary como homo Friday and trading good lioiscs. to visit his family. Tho Republican Convention hero acccpted,.ttro position Saturday was very quiet. AVo noticed a Geo. Dean has few rovenuo officers and a deputy V, S. of assistant tho shops. present, and they all seemed to John HensQtt'ind wifo havo taken Marshal Tho delegates will go bo in harmony. rooms at Wrf. Hall's boarding house. to tho Convention at Elizabethtown jiwson, engineer on tho branch, for delegates for tho Stato nt and his fireman, Robt. Crider, wore in largo. tho city Sunday. Mr. Anion Kincheloe, son of Dr. A. M. Especially for railroad men Bahbago Kincheloo of this place, has a jwsitlon in has n new lino of outing Shirts tho Louisvillo. Ho went thero last fall to "Gem" brand. sole agents. attend tho Business College, nnd ns soon "Fatty" Reed was in tho city yester- ns tho session closed ho secured a clerkship. Amon is a deserving young man, day nnd engaged In n big battle with Charlie Tight, Pat Cain, Her- strictly moral also, and tlio News wishes him success. man Peck and others. AVe aro especially proud of this Issue Allen Guthrio nnd A'ester Parr, of tho of tho News. It makes a good Bhowlng work train, wero out hunting in tlio Allen had a for Cloverport and Breckenridge county AVebstcr neighborhood. harmmerless gun nnd was showing Ares in goneral. Thero is no blow or bluster. how near ho camo to shooting his toes AVhat wo say in regard to tills city nnd off onco with this samo gun. To bo ox- - its manufacturing interests is truo to act in his narrative ho pointed tho gun tho lettor. AVo don't want to create tho down at his foot, and was showing how impression, cither, that this is a "boom" thai "littlo tiling" was pulled back and town. If our readers think wo nro "pllo-in- g it on," all wo havo to say is como the gun was cocked and ho didn't know so happened that tho und seo for your selves. Send a copy of it. Now, it just "littlo thing" was pulled back again, and this issuo to your friends at u distance. just at this instant ho touched tho trigBROWH'S IRON BITTERS ger, tho gun was discharged and tho reCunJlxllgctton, PIltowneM, Pypoit. Maty I'uyi General sult was, ho is now minus three toes that ri. Nervoutneu. andAll dealer Debility. Genuine wll It. clan recommend It. mother nature had given htm. and crossed red )lue on yrrapwe trade mark book-kejversnow-balling Mr. J. M. Butler has been appointed postmaster at Custer. Beavin Tucker, Stephcnsport, was in the city last Monday. Mr. John DeJernctto has moved into Taylor Beard's property. Family groceries down nt bottom prices. Hardin &. Brown. Rev. M. D. Pumphrey was in town lost Sunday from'AVest A'iow. Judge Murray camo up Monday from Cloverport on legal business. Mrs. Frank Haswell is oxpectcd homo from Ohio county this week. The Tar Springs will bo sold at tho court-housdoor next Monday. Mr. Charles Taylor, Irvington, was in town last Saturday and Sunday. jewelry of A full lino of brand-noevery description. T. C. Lewis. Henslcy & Jolly bought thirty thousand ties last week on tho Branch. Twenty hands wanted for tio and 1 Iensley & Jolly. stave making. Messrs Hook, Miller & Co., aro building an addition to their flouring mill. AVo give you twenty pounds of granulated btigar for $1.00. Hardin &. Brown. Charley Mattingly was at homo last week. He is now stationed at Grissom's Landing. Mr. AVm. Ball has receive tho contract to build the new Baptist ehurek at Jolly's station. A'e nre still in the market and paying tho highest prices for all kinds of country produce. Mr. Henry Head was in town a few days lost week looking after tho Life Insurance business. AVo understand that Mr. Sam. Beavin, of Cloverport, will soon put up a largo distillery at Jolly's station. I have added to my repair department the repair of nil classes of umbrellas and and parasols. T. C. Lewis. Mr. Lee Meyer moved his family hero He is living last Monday from Buras. in a part of Mrs. Gardiner's house. Mr. Milton Board, Jr., went to Louisvillo Monday to attend tho commencement of the Louisvillo Medical College. Our AVo arc in tho business to stay. AVe want your trade. goods must go. AVo want your produce. Hardin & Brown Mr. Amos Board still looks after tho interests of guests at Beard's Hotel.' Amos is a clever and accomodating clerk. Sewing machine supplies, musical instruments nnd findings of all kinds, agent Call for best pianos and organs made. and seo me. T. C. Lewis. Rov. L. E. Campbell began a protracted meeting nt tho M. E. church South a week ago. From tho interest manifested it is likely to continue bomo time. Roland Smith bold out his interest in the livery stable last week to Leo Meyer. Ho thinks of moving to Stephcnsport, but has not yet determined on the matter. My facilities and experience in repairing and adjusting time pieces, warrants mo in saying to tlio public, I will give satisfaction or refund tho money. T. C. o 0t !(ut;rnt t::: 900 OtU.4. Qt 0. -- J Q Qi 73 a o UV.S CACA tt::r;t::: Mb.. I. I ouu o W W W ... . CAO. b. I 00 9iC4 . W Wo desiro to call your attention to tho following brands of ?. BUTTONS ALSO STAMPED "H. & H.'s BULL DOGS." z p.fAMV.4. 7im yj rVf1 Pi E &SZ KS3 JS"S Cj;J2E3 4 U. t COOVi if u . QT r r m h lit.liMU WM u - CAM muw O .. w w u I. w M t 1 1 1 1 I i r i s : t r 12 Tlittttttttttf! 9.0900 BEWARE OF IMITATIONS! No Boast !" ! No Brag ! No Bluster ! K O.M W HUM U UW W W M M U W - . W - - t r . . . U 9.OI.0.MM OMMUMnbU livery Pair jSpeafe for Itjelf Never Rip-W- SHOES A. LENZ & CO., Men's, Ladies' and Children's BUET & PACKARD, JAMES A. BANISTER, C. M. HENDERSON & CO. Ciias. A Meiilek, City Engineer. ear Off--Every with YOU Comfort-Butto- ns Goods that arc stylish and warranted to fit and wear well. them before you purchase your Summer Outfit. Sec On The Wing. Representative AVillett, of Meade, was at homo from Frankfort last Monday in- Don't Come AVo Point Stayed. PAY FOR "SHODDY." PRICES SAME AS We have arrangements with the manufactures to furnish any size wanted if wc have not what you want in stock, can get them for jou In a few'days. terviewing his constituants as to their wants and desires in the Legislature. Ho says it pays to como homo occasionally and get their views. It keeps mo out of n great deal of trouble. I was sent thero to serve them and I am trying to do it tlio best I know how. "I am not influenced," said lie, "'in my nctions by tho fellows who stand around on tho corners and sit on nail kegs in country stores whittling their time away, or tho courthouse politicians, but nm guided by the sturdy old farmer and tho active, successful business men of tlio country, and I find by taking their advico I am not liablo to go very far wrong." "By tho way," said he, "your county, Breckenridge, has a splendid Representative in Mr. Severs. He is a good worker and a man of excellent judgement, active and energetic, nnd when an opportunity presents itself is not afraid to open his mouth. He is a useful member in tho house and your county should be proud of him. I will bo at home for several days." Hon. Chapezo AVatlicn. EXCEL in JEANS PANTS becauso wo study tho wants of the CONSUMER These Goods are Cheap. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded THIS WARRANT ON EVERY PAIR. FOR SALE BY SMART & CO, CLOVERPORT, KY.. Wm. Vest & Sons., Hungry for Trad HEADQUARTERS FOR Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and Clothing1. CLOVERPORT, KY, The biggest line in BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY. We are here to sell V "I nm per City Bakery and Confectionery. You will find constantly a full slock of fectly satisfied with tho present judicial distrctnnd desire no chnnge. I wouldn't object to Edmonson being cut off ns it would then enable us to reach all of tlio county seats by rail. and tlio Thero aro same number of fireman on tho Texas, all of whom mako their homes in this city. The engineers earn from $100 to $150 per month, and tho firemen earn fifty per cent, of what the engineers make. Figure on this a little and you will seo what is paid out to these men in Also a full lino of Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods, and an excelthis city every month. It amounts to nearly $4,000 per month for this item lent assortment of Fresh and Puro Candies. alone. In addition to the engineers and Everything fresh and clean. firemen thero aro from 40 to 50 men employed in tlio shops who earn from $1 to AVe solicit your orders for cakes and confections for special occasions $2.50 per day making in round numbers month paid for labor nearly $0,000 per which wo aro prepared to fill on short notice. alone. And yet there aro bomo peoplo in this town who bay tho shops aro of no benefit to us. V twenty engineers Fresh Bread, CLOTHING' ... Rolls, And we are going to do it. Men's mits from $2.50 up to .f 15.00 Fine Brown Suits from 6.00 to 15 00 Youth's Suits from to 2,00 7.00 Boys' Suits from to 4 00 90c Good Men's Sunday Pants fiom to . 6.00 2.00 Good Working Pants, Cotton Worsted at $i.ooup. Good Cassimerc Pants from $i.io to 1.75. Good Bull Dog Jeans Pants from 615c to $1.75, Full Stock Brogans from 75c to $1.60. to $4.50. Good Sunday Shoes from CAKES, CANDIES, ETC. $.$ A T r rric S Forrio AVilkerson. "I havo found n fino bed of briek clay on our land just abovo the Patton plant and nm now organizing a company to put in a fino plant on it. 1 expect to havo everything ready to go to work in a very short time. Fred Pierce. "I seo a wonderful improvement hi Cloverport more perhaps than peoplo who live here. I don't seo anything to keep her from being a city of fivo or six thousand In n veryiu'w , years. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gnjgofy left MonMrs. Oregon' day night on tlio papk-ets at AVhito will visit her Cloud, liifrrison county, for n few weeks, load kd will make n journalistic trip through tho southern portion of tho urrnid-parent- V CHAS. RIEDEL & CO., Mcn's Good Hats from 20c to $3.00. Oor. Wall and Poplar Sts. SjEHJt'-L'- CLOVERPORT, KY. V Spting Millinery I am now receiving and opening a beautiful collection of now and bpwitching Full Length best made from 20c to $1.25 Good Black Satin fast colors from 40c to $1.25 Good Silk Striped Shirts from 75c .to $1.25 Good Men's Suspenders 10c to 75c. Neckwear from 10c to 60c. Fine Unlaundried Shirts 40c. Fine Laundrietl Shirts 45c. to $1.50. Socks from 5c to 25c. Trunks and Valises at all pi ices 75, $1.00 and $4.00. Tiiiiimed flatj and Bonnet cannot bo combina- Stato. As our Representative passed through ALL NOVELTIES. Our goods were bought direct from tj best manufactures for cash in big lots, ai we are determined not to be undersold. Come and get our prices before makii your purchases. Tuesday for Frankfort, ho informed us all that was necessary for us to do to get They embrace tho leading styles and in shapo and colorings our town incorporated was to send in n excelled. To describo is impossible Imagine bewildoring small petition nnd tho citizens aro projecting in that way. You seo what a tions of delicato Democratic Ropresentativo can do for us. AVhcelers nro good, but they can't turn so much. Born, March 12th, to tho wifo of Abo Ditto, Jr., of Long Branch, n boy. GOODMAN & KLEIN, Cloverport, Laces, Bicli Ribbons and Exquisite Flowers If you can FURNITURE COFFIN; McGLOTHLAN IRVINGTON, then come and sec reality. Lot not cost dotcr, prices will BROJ bo below your expectations. MRS. H. V. DUNCAN, CLOYEltPORT, KY. JlmCZ HIT THE NAIL Square on tho head when a customer said wo handled tho only full lino of Beautful and Artistic Library, Hall and Stand Honci trained, broke nod fixed for market. half mile track and a We liavo a competent trainer. All ttoek entruated to our We know care will hare special attention. ourbuilnen and know bow to handle horiea. If you have a good bone lond bitn to ut and we will put him In a condition to bring jou (lrit-clan HORSES TRAINED. I. W. HARPER'S NelsonCo.Ky,WMskoy A A big money. LAMPS IN TOWN. NEVITT & BLAND, Daitn Spring Stock Farm, near GENTLEMEN'S WHISKEY. WHISKEY FOK THE SIDEUOAUD. WHISKEY FOll THE SICK U00M. Sold by A VsSw Wm.S. m W. PUT. Havo now in stock a complete Und ami uoffins, nnu axoi jmruu 10 supply meir iruuu wiiu ci thing needed in this line, nt as low as the lowest. Tlioy realize tho proper way to push trade is to their stock over as often ns possible replenish frequently. To do this proposo to mako tho prices n si lower than Louisvillo dealers, nnd freight to their customers. TRY THEM. NOTICE. to announce to the nubllo that i appointed Sole Agent for Ileavln k Hal 11 runic or latnooi liana ftlaae Hour Alain bon Whliky, of Leltohlleld, Ky., wh 10 oe pure. guaranteed W. h. BEAVIN, Sole Age Brockenridgo Circuit Court. Alltn'i, tfeft. Wm. 6. Allon't, Heln.J te All iianoM having claimi aralmt the of Win. B. Allen, are hereby notified to on or Crojuce them before me properly proven Out Monday In April, 1MI2. V. Q. UAMIAdE, SI, 0. Ii, 0. 0. M. P. POPHAM, CLOVEUPOnT.KY. v. Adrn'r.") Notice In Equity. I bee myiNflTON, KY. SULZER'S, la cinppnwt; Ky. Willis Green foil off a lumber iiilo at An elegnnt Bocial party was given at tho residence of James l'uttcreon Satur- tlio Falls of Rough Monday and broko his left leg just below tlio kneo. day night, Cloverpoi r i 5VMT, ..WTSTTf rWf1 'w in"li"iyJ'j VS. t tjB8S " m ii i niii-nf- . Physician Ojjjlce Dr, J. Iff. Clayton, Rev. I. H. Timbellttku, uf Now Albany, CI, Surgeon. is in tho city. PllOGUESS-- ! in Dr. White's old itund up ttairt. CLOVERPORT. KY. A. Merchant Tailor, J, KIRST, Wright and baby aro visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J L. Patterson. A Webster's Unahrigded Dictionary and n year's subscription to tho Bhkckksiudok Nuws will bo given for Mr. and Mrs. A. $2.00. What Is Being Done in This Live, Little City at Present, And The Flattering Futuro That is Spread Boforo Qazo. Clowo Our Court Duncan, of II. O. Armstrong, OANNELTON, IND. dulls nimlo to order in tlio best stylo. wholcsalo grocer, Louisvillo, camo down Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. Sunday, and is now at tho homo of his parents on tho sick list. There is such nn influx of workmen, and incrcaso in travel hero that nil tho OF hotels and boarding houses in the city aro doing a splendid business just now. Wm. Logsdon, of Derby, camo down yesterday to superintend tho loading of tho Cincinnati Cooperago Company's bargo that was ''dropped" hero a few Capital Stock $25,000. nights ago. ' !!. F. BEAttD, Preildent. Tlio largest map over printed 10x00 inches United States on ono side, nnd WILL MILLEU.Viee-Preildon- t. a Political map on tho other, latest 1892 M. U.BEAIU), Caihler. edition, and a ono year's subscription to ) 0. W. DEAHD tho BnECKENRinaE News will bo given Your 1'ycu If You Don't Wish To See Pnyno &. Co's now building is well under way. It will bo three htorics high nnd is 35 by 100 feet. Tho first Btory Is thirteen feet high ; tho second nnd third cloven feet each. It is to havo an Iron nnd plato glnss front, and will bo an ornament to tho city. They will occupy tho first nnd second floors with their immense stock of linrdware; etc. Tho third floor will bo a hall nnd will bo used for lodgo purposes. Thoy hope to bo able to movo into it in May. BANK HAEDINSBURG wish to bo considered bo and treated ns such by tho other citizens. Wo well know that what is to tho interest uud welfare of Cloverport, is nlso to our Interest. Wo aro investing our money horo bcrnuso wo havo unlimited faith in tho bright futuro of this beautiful little of tho city. Wo want tho people and court tho hearty, good will of every man, woman nnd child in Clovcrport. What wo nil need is a llttlo more push nnd go all working together nnd our futuro prosperity is assured and our fortunes mado." Mr. Patton is nn entertaining, nffablo gentlemen, nnd tho older citizens of Cloverport.should meet him more than half way in hospitality and generosity. no mistnko when wo said lost week that tho Acme Company would bo Henry Winter. Wm J. Winter. Joliu M. Bornlracaer DO YOU That Only Place Tho KNOW V ' 4 in Town Whoro You Buy The Best Clothing And Got Oan 4r It was V j mx. Aro LJ Cs. ' ..r- - MOUUIB KSKRIDQE J R. M. JOLLY. Dire t6r INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1892. LOCAL BREVITIES. Christ Aid was in tlio city Monday. Uilly Solbrig camo down from Derby yesterday In a skin". John Shaw, of Hancock, is in the city most every day now. Abo Allen, post master at Chcnault, was in the city Friday. Henry Temple was farming down about Lewisport lost week. Mrs. Jesse Moorman, Adairville, is visiting relatives in this city. Paul E. Buren, Concordia, was in tlio city Thursday and Friday. Miss Ray Dyer has gone to Philpot to visit relatives n few weeks. Mrs.James Stephens, of Holt, was in tho city shopping Saturday. John Davis, of Derby, was a passenger up on tho Tell City Saturday. Henry B. Head, tho insuranco man, is in tho city "playing policy." Mayor Pierco and wife and Fred Fierce went to Louisvillo Monday. The Hon. Reubo Miller, of Owensboro, was in tho city a few days last week. John R. Jarboo, Mooloyvillo, was in tho city Friday, and called at this ofllcc. Judgo J. C. Lewis, of Brandenburg, paid Clovcrport n visit lust week of two days in extent. Squire Frank Ditto, Meado county, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. D. this city. Tho latest social event in colored circles was a grand ball in the "Incubator" Monday night. C. L. Applegate and wife, Yelvington, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Moorman last week. Mrs. Hayden Bassett, who has been visiting her parents, near Paynesvillo, returned homo Saturday. V 0 2 go 2 Dr. E. L. Hayes 4 dentistry work. He makes reasonable charges. Oflice in Cliapin's building. E. II. Bridenbauch and wifo, of Owensboro, wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles May, this city, Sunday. Miss Eva Young, who has been visiting Mrs. Clias. Skillman, returned to her homo in Morganfield last week. Capt. Westfall made tho round trip as a guest on tho City of Owensboro, and was ashore in this city Sunday. Clint Adkisson, of Webster, was a guest of his brother, Dr. S. B. Adkisson, at tho Cloverport Hotel Sunday. Deputy Sheriff Will Ramsoy was out spring suit and a rooater-- " in a bran'-neboquet Sunday. fight button-hol- e Glover Fryinirc, of Preston, was in tho city a fow hours last week, enrouto from a visit to seo his brother, Dr. It. W. Frymiro, at Patesville. Ilavo you a friend at a distance who would like to hear from homo and Send how things aro progressing here. him a copy of this week's News. Bab-bage, w J , i A now hotel that will cost $15,000 to erect is the talk of tho town, and John Frakcs, of tho St. Cloud at Brandenburg, will probably bo tho proprietor. V k t Dr. Adkisson was out displaying his ponies Saturday. They make a "natty" little team and Buck seems to enjoy sitting behind them, and manipulating tlio ribbons. Tho many relatives and frieridu of Mrs. Joo David Brashear will bo pained to know that sho fell at her homo somo two weeks ago, and suffered a dislocation and fracturo of an anklo joint. Wo learn that Rollon AVhitworth, of Rosetla lias just been granted a ponsion of $0 per month with $300 back pay. Rollen has been struggling with undo Sam, hard luck and jiovorty, n long timo, but finally bridged tho chasm. Ho was a good soldior and novcr shirked his duty. Tho nipo, balmy and salutary day Sat- urday, sanwiched, as it was, between two Eiich niiBcrablo spells of weather, caused a largo number of pooplo from out of town to visit tho city, and together with tho homo people, caused tho 6treeU to bear a crowded appearance all day. Tho Republicans of this district met in mass convention horo Saturday for tho purpose of selecting delegates to the district convention at Elizabothtown the 20th, and tho state convention at LouisEverything went off villo, tlio 30th. harmoniously and tho following persons wero clioson as dolegates : V. B, Burton, James Patterson, nnd Wm. A Smith. They go untnstructed on everything with tho 'excoption of dulegato to tho National convention at Minneapolis. For this place thoy aro instructed to support tho Hon. Charles Blanford. Tho Third Street Planning Mill is now running nnd turning out work. It is a largo and complete establishment for a for $2.00. Tho Busy Beo Society, of tho First city of this size, having new boilers, now Baptist Church of Owensboro, will givo engino and eight pieces of tho newest their Second annual excursion to Louis- and latest improved machinery, consist of plainer, double dresser, splitter, villo by tho L. St. L. & T. Railroad ing Thursday April 29th, with plenty of moulding machine, morticer, etc. Thoy can furnish all kinds of finishing lumber seats for everybody. and builders material and should receive Messrs. William Chatnbliss and Bon the patronago of builders here. Emmctt, Edward Brooks, Burr Black, Wnldcn Haynes, Harry and Tildon Mor-iso- n Tlio new Biieckeniduk News building and sisters Miss Grace and Bertha, will soon bo ready for tho roof. It is a of Haynusvillc, Ky., attended Miss Jenbrick with glass and iron front, nie Patterson's party Saturday night. is 30 by 40 feet nnd will bo tho handDr. W. B. Wliito will bo in Cloverport somest, best nnd most roomy building tho 10, 17, 18 and 10 of March to practico in this portion of the state, used excluCharles F. Mattingly contracted for n his profession. Decaying teeth ttvatcd, sively for tho publishing business. An Artificial dentures engine, and machinery, preparatory for now building yesterday. It will bo a filled and saved. brick busincbs houso 22 by 80 made in tho most approved stylo. Arti- running tho presses by s"team have been ficial crowns of gold or porcelian insert- contracted for and will Boon arrive This feet, with iron nnd plate glass front, will ed on natuial roots. Prices reasonable. will bo an oflico that tho editors and bo erected on Wnll btrect on the vacant Rooms at Napper's Hotel. publishers of tho News can feel proud of. lot that now lies between Boyd's nnd Mrs. Waldo Simons, of Tobinsport, It will bo light, roomy nnd comfortable Mnttlngly's. This will closo up the last died last Wednesday and was buried nndn sanctum in which visiting frionds gap on this square Work on tho strucThursday. Mrs. Simons was n good can bo as comfortablo as nt their own ture will begin immediately, and it will bo rapidly pushed to completion. Robt. woman, and her death is a Bad blow to firesides. Lewis is tho contractor. surviving members of tho family. tho Tho Steam Laundry on tho Chnpln lot Their many friends sympathlzo with Tho furniture factory man has been them greatly in their great bereavement. is under construction. It is 20 by 35 heard from ng in, nnd ho will probably Jesfeo Marlow, after being tried in feet will bo ono story high, and will Tho lot is bo hero y or Hawesville and acquitted, was brought havo n 10 horso power engine. Tho of to tho foundation for tho building is completed, ready for him, nnd moneyed citizens hero Friday night to answer nnd tho walls will go up rapidly. While tho town nro ready to take the amount charges against liim in this county. As of stock ho asks of them. But first they tho Cincinnati Cooperago Company had this enterpriso is but little talked nbout, it will bo quite n convenience for tho must bo assured that ho is responsible ceased to prosecuto, and tho only well and tho right kind of man for tlio busiinformed witness, V. B. Burton, was not citizens of Clovcrport, nnd when it Is completed should receive good support. ness. That is tho right way to do busion hand, Mayor Pierco could do nothing ness of this kind. It is well for us to net moro than let him go frco. Tho Cloverport Brick Works aro run- .with prudence nnd care, and not just beMrs. Gcorgo D. Parker, of Alvin, Tex., ning nt their full capacity, turning out cnuso wo have our boom clothes on, nnd formorly of Bewleyvillo, this county, 30,000 brick every twenty-fou- r hours. nro desirous of encouraging everything her subscription to tho News They hnve reduced their system to such that seems to tho prosperity of our city, March 10th, and says : "Wo aro enjoyperfection that they aro not only making jump in and act llko suckers that bito at ing early vegetables nnd strawberries." the best nrticle of paving Whilo we aro being invest brick on tho dough-ballAs tho heaviest snow of tlio season was continent, but they are getting a pheno-min- tigatcd, wo should also do somo investifalling just as tills was received wo tried yield of good brick. Two kilns of gating. to imagine such things but could get no 75",000 brick each t'iata-e- n nv being empother taste in our mouth thnn'that of tied aro sustaining tho unprecidented IMSTOU,-WHISKY turnips. yield of 95 per cent, of tho best vitrified MIbs Anna Elakoy Cox, died at her article. This triumph can bo better unI'orluiiittoly There Wan Hut One homo in Henderson county Saturday derstood when it is known that heretojlluii Scrloiml)- - Hurt. and was buried at tlio Walnut Grove' fore tho yield of brick that would "pass On tlio ovening of tlio 11th, Adam cemetery, near Lodiburg in this county muster" has frequently fallen below CO Sunday. Miss Cox was a lovable, and per cent. Work has just begun on n Mercer, u hoop shaver and railroad tie popular young lady, just budding into now kiln that will bo tho largest this maker, living on tho old Joo Supp farm, womanhood, was a daughter of Mr. and company yet has. It will cost $5,000 to near the Ohio county lino, gavo n dunce Mrs. Jacob Cox, formerly of this county, build it, and when completed it will hold at his home, which terminated in tlio severe, if not fatal shooting of Lewis of tho late, 250,000 brick at a filling. and was a This will Wm. materially increase tho capacity of this Lostesttcr, tho barber nt Jouo's Station, well known Baptist minister, Ohio county, by Mr. Mercer. Head. already prosperous enterprise Tho first From wlint I can learn from those that It is not at nil surprising that wo aro annual meeting of tlio directors conven- were present nnd others I have interhaving such unsettled nnd beastly ed in this city last Thursday, and tho folviewed on tho subject tho facts nro about weather just now. With such shabby lowing persons wero chosen ns a now as follows : Tho danco opened witli weather-signa- l flags as aro Hying from board of directors : J. K. McCracken, three gallons of whisky, which was booh tho Sw'zcr building, what elso could bo A. B. Skillman, W. II. Bowmer, O. L. reinforced by seventeen moro and by 1:30 expected. Tho wliito flag is too blue, Applegate, F. J. Ferry, C. W. Moorman, o'clock a. m., n gonoral knock-dow- n was nnd the bluo flags aro too wliito. If the nnd J. T. Skillman. Tho directors sel- In order, which in trying to quell, Mr bluo flags wero bluer, and tho white ected tho following officers : J. K, Mc- Mercer fired on Lostesttcr. It is n diffiflags whiter, tho weather could tell Cracken, President J A. B. Skillman, cult matter to understand tho position better what was expected of it, and Treasurer and Secretary ; F. J. Ferry, Ijstcsttor was in when Mercer fired on accordingly. Manager. Tho meeting was a pleasant could conduct itself him. Lostcsttor is a powerful man nnd Dr. S. B. Adkisson sold a horse to and harmonious one, nnd a smilo of con- tho ball, passed downward through the Goodman & Klein, Monday, that there fidence adorns tho faco of every ono who flesh on his left jaw crossed tho bono nnd seems to bo somo trouble over. When has his wealth invested with this com- down his neck under tho main artery thoy hitched him up, there was a parade pany. nnd lodged about half way along the and attraction around about Miller's shouldor, whero it is now ombedded in Tlio Patton Brick Works aro well on stable that was second only to Bamum's the muscles. A fow hours after tho shootTlio Jews their road of construction. The railroad ing ho was taken to his boarding Iioubo Greatest Show on earth. want to ruo bargain, but Buck says "a switch is now completed, and material at Jono's Station and a physician sumtrado is a trodo." Ho, furthermore, and mnchinory aro being unloaded moned who pronounced tho wounded claims that ho can work tho horso and right at the works. All tho machinory man in n sorious condition. I visited tho mason thoy can't is becnuso they and material has been contracted for and him at 0 o'clock a. in., 13th, and though know nothing about a horso. Tho case Is now cither on tho way or has already I said but littlo to him, I am of tho opinarrived. A largo dam lias been completwill probably get into tho courts. ion that if not moved to Bomo general ed across tho Murray branch, and a lako hospital, ho will novor get well. I adFred Pierco, of tho Aqua Pura com- of sovcral acres in extent is now collectvised Mr. Hirt, foreman of tlio CincinnaLas Vegas, Now Mexico, who has Cany, visiting relatives and frionus in ed, thus furnishing nn abundant supply ti Cooperago Company's works, at Jono's this city for a fow days, started on his re- of water for tho plant. Mr. Patton hopes Station, whero Lostesttcr boards to havo South-weyester- to bo turning out brick in April, nnd In turn trip to tho far day. Fred is looking well, is in good conversation with tlio News man said : him sent to tho hospital at Louisvillo if ho possibly could. Mr. Hlrt is doing nil health, is nn accomplished, sociable, good businebs man ; nnd Ills many "I havo tho greatest confidonco in the ho can for tho suffering man and appears friends hero, tho homo of his youth, aro futuro of Cloverport, Tho paving brick to bo much distressed over tho occurpleased to noto his success in his now industry is yet in its infancy. It is but homo. Ho is ono of tho many young recently that brick have beon used for rence It is reported hero that after tho shooting of Lostesttcr, Mercer fled tho men that havo gone out from Cloverport and reflected credit upon the place of paving purposes nt all, but their durabi- country. I am informed that nearly tho lity and cheapness aro rapidly becoming entiro country lor nines nrouttci attended Ids nativity. known, nnd it will bo but a very short-tlm- o this danco nnd besides fully twenty galA Large Damage Suit. lons of whisky, thoro was at tho danco until it will be tho recognized of pistols, nnd it is through Casper J. Fella will world. Why, L can make nt least Ave bushelsin their wild deprav-a mo that attorny, R. N. Miller, filo, n suit brick here in Clovcrport, ship them to wonder to pistols was not used with n his ity moro in tho Brcckonridgo Circuit Court Canada, pay $10 n thousand for freight, moro deadly effect. Founts. against tho Brcckonridgo Company, nnd put them down for almost one-ha(Limited,) asking damages to tlio amount what tho cities of Montreal and Quebec Republicans of the Hardinsburg Disof $23,000. aro now paying for asphalt. trict Meet It is charged in tho petition that Jno. I, furthermore, boliovo Hint paving March 12, 1892.. HAnmssnimo, B. Fella, n son of tho plaintiff, was run brick nro chenper right now than thoy (Special fo tho News) Pursuant to n call over by ono of tlio company's trains and will evor bo in tho futuro. Thoro will bo mado by Clayton Beard, Chairman of tho killed last fall, that tlio company had an such nn increasing dotnand for them, nnd Republican committee of this county, a incompetent engineer on said train, that thcru aro such fow places in tho ontiro iniiM meeting of Republicans in tho Hardinsburg District, was held for tho the train was insufficiently manned-yo- ung world that tho best article can bo made, of selecting delegates to tho District Fella and tho engineer being tho that it will bo hard to keep tho market bnvontion nt Eiizabetlitown. and tho Tho only persons on tho train, and Folia had supplied, and consequently, tho prico Stato Convention nt Louisville to act as fireman, brakeman, conductor, will increase. I favor all tho plants that meeting was called to order by Chairman Beard. switchman, etc., that ho was under 21 wo can get hero whero you havo tho Mr. John P. Haswell, Jr., was chosen years of ago, a sober, industrious and supply thoro will bo tho best market. chairman for tlio meeting, an J for the Haidinsburg District. Upon assuming faithful hand, But wo need not depend upon paving For theso reasons tho plaintiff asks tho brick alone for success. I havo had all the chair ho delivered a short speech of well chosen and appropriate remarks. court to rondor him a judgomont for tho clay horo tested, and wo cm mako O. L. Pate, Allen Allen und Clayton damages against said company to tho nnything.thnt is mado out of clay, and Board wero solected as delegates. Mat. Shrewsbury. John P. Haswell, Jr. and amount stated above tho very best of its kind. Tho top clay This is ono of tho largest damago suits hero is tho best for pressed brick in tho ,G. P. Jolly wero chosen ns alternates. 'ino delegates wero insirucieu to cast over filed in tho county nnd tho chances world. It is smooth and flno ns silk. It their vote at tho District Convention for will bo a long and tcdlouB aro that it will mako sower pipo that can bo ship- Hon. Chas. Blanford as Dolegato from litigation, and closely contested to tho ped from hero to California without in- tho Fourth Congressional District, to tho National Convention. finish. jury. Mr. G. P. Jolly addressed tho meeting As regards tlio company that I repre- with a fow vigorous remarks that wero VOIt DYSPEPSIA, heartily applauded. IndliKwtlon, amt Stmuacli disorders, take sent, I will say, that wo don't consider Tho utmost good foolings prevailed. IIKOW.'V S IKON 1UTTK11H. Wo have como John P, Hasweix, Jit. Chin. il.le1rk'eilt,Jl pur initio. (Jeinilnohai ourselves outsiders. iriuU) morn ami vrxM.il red lines ou wraipr. hero nnd nro citizens of tho town, and Jeshk R. EsKitnxiE, Sec'y. V V two-stor- y making brick hero within ninety days. The fact is wo Bet the limit of tlmomuch too far off. Last Friday night Mr. Alton! Morgan arrived in tho city nnd pleasantly surprised his old friends hero by stating to them that ho had been selected by tho now company to mnnago the construction and operation of tho plant, nnd that ho had como down to survey tho ground nnd let contracts for tlio grading. Mr. Morgan was tho former manager of tho Cloverpoit Brick Works, is a splendid brick man and it is very gratifying to his friends hero to seo him nt the head of this largo nnd new enterprise. Tho Acmo will bo constructed on an extensivo plan. The machinery will bo tho best nnd latest impioved, nnd will havo a capacity for 75,000 brick n day. Every thing is getting in shape, and dirt will be broken within tho week. All Bargains SMALL BEGINNINGS f' W 0i ui Year Round Is at never to bo despised. Our store was not always tho success HH now. That was because it was not known, but now our goods, tlicir cxccllonco.and reasonable prico nro known everywhere, It has taken us caro, judgment and every other business quality to attain this result, but now customers Julius Winter & Co., C011 3R.elia.lilo" Clothiers Louisville, Ky. OFTEN LEAVE r SOor. Third and Market, Our store regretting that their purses aro not inexhaustible. Everyo"' snoiiKi take a look at our goods, for they havo attained tho Ijigli j title oi excellence anil variety and that is STEPHENSPORT SHINGLE and LATH FACTORY. CHRIST BEST, Proprietor MANUFACTMIEK OP THE GREATEST MARK A merchant can mako. V yu two-stor- y Shingles, Laths, Hogshead Staves And Dimension Stuff. STEPHENSPORT. Mrs. Geo. Payne went to Sample Monday. It. C. IJrnshcnr was in Louisville last week. Mrs. AV. 11. Hanks has a very sick child. Mrs. C. C. Lewis has heensick for several days. Mrs. J. II. Dennett went to Louisvillo last week. Miss Georgia Hawkins went to Louisvillo Sunday. Mrs. Lizzio Paulman went to Cloverport Saturday. Mrs. M. Dlaln returned Friday from New Orleans. Miss Ada Hanks is near Union Star visiting leiatives. Miss Katio Doard, of Garfield, was tho guest of Mrs. Wilson Jarrett last neck. Dr. E. L. Ilaeys, dentist, of Cloverport, was in town last week ready for work. Mr. Roland Smith, of Hnrdinsburg was in town last week, talks of moving hero soon. Mr. Eddio Jamison, of Toledo, Ohio, spent a day hero with his father, Mr. Geo. Jamison, Inst week. Mrs. J. II. Lay went to Tobinsport Thursday to attend tho funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Waldo Simons. It is reported that tho Dennett House is soon to bo vacated, tlio proprietors will leave for Louisvillo to open n hotel. The correspondent has 'fumed these items nnd trusts they will suit tho tasto of tho young compositor nnd cause him to work with n better will. Mr. Frank D. Iicy, of Southern Kentucky, was to seo his daughter, llttlo Fnnnio Leo, several days ago. Sho was quite ill with something llko croup. Miss Nellie Washington, of Irvington, who has been tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. L. D. Helm, returned homo Sunday accompanied by Mrs. R. N. Vaughn nnd llttlo Murray Darkloy. Mrs. Eliza Dennett, mother of Mrs. Johnston Stiles, of this nlaco, died Wednesday, tho Oth very suddenly, was burl-e- d Thursday. It was (juito nn unexpected deatli to" tho family as tho deceased had mado no complaint as to feeling ill, paralysis of tho heart is thought to havo been tho causo of death. Tho family havo tho sympathy of tho entiro community in their bereavement. Tho result of tho sories of meetings held in the Baptist church by Rev. It. N. McNemer nt his last appointment was five nddittions. Ho left on Wednesday last, tho church regrets fo much that ho Hinds it impossible to nccept their call as paBtor here, as he seemed so well suited to this work and was liked bv all. Ho will take chargo of tho Jcll'ersonvillo church. Stephensporfc, Ky. SULZER'S Cloverport, Ky. ! V V Furniture The regular and Furniture ! Furnitijr: to-da- MICHAEL HAMMAN, Furniture dealer la always ou hand with a full stock Including Sewing' Machines, CofJlns,' ill Hi V '"'"" if Burial Caskets hi s. Picture THEY AHE UNITED. In purchasing jewelry you must take either every possible precaution or no precautions whatever. If tho dealer is worthy of your patronago you can dispense with suspicion; if ho is not, you will run moro risks than it is advisable for anybody to tako who has monoy to invest. There is not tho least reason in tho world why you should tako nny cliances at nil. Take your custom where you can also tako vour confidence. Wn givo nothing n falso certificate of char- acter and you can implicitly rely upon every representation that wo mako. Wo havo a choico lino of Gold Rings, Watches, Clocks, Spectacles and Musical Merchandise. F. N. D'HUY, Jeweler, BitaMUIicd 187.1. CI.OVIIUI'OKT, KY. Frames, Trimmings, Etc. I DAY SAVED"! 'i jvi, -- AH His prices shall bo such, quality considered, that no lcgitla nouso can undersoil him, and ho is determined to moot tho markj tlio prico bo what it mnv. Alwavs call on him and ascertain tinSJ fore purchasing elsowhoro. Ho means iust what ho savs. Ho as bo undersold. M. HAMMAN, Clovorport, Ky, ' ONE WHOLE grand-daught- By knowing whero to como and buy your Spring ? Stop! Stop! Stop! AT THE Suit of Clothin pleased with stylo, wo make tho prices. You aro delighted with the quality. Vv -- Bankrupt You will find everything you want to cat : $K- V STORE You make the selection, we guarantee the fit. You aro, j m rSf1 st SUGAR, COFFE, We have a reputation to keep up, henco tho excellency of f: FLOUR, MEAT, VEGETABLES, CANNED GOODS, uie quamy. uur long experience in tho CIGARS, TOBACCO, ?- FIGS, -- : RAISINS, ETC. In fact everything in the Gfocefj&Confectioneij Line Has taught us to please our customers, and to do this tho one v."J Clothing Business Wli ; Land, Stock and Crops. Under thli licnd we will publish all salci of lock, land and crop, Ifyou make a sale of any kind or havo stock, land, or produce for sale pltaso report It, either by letter or poktal, for this column. Five good mules and two good horses for sale, John K. Ditto, Drandonburg, ubsbhuui tning is so give mem gooci vaiue lor Lneir money, Thankful for past favors. Re.... spectfully solicit you to call, we lr you do this tho quality must bo second to nothr w, , take great pleasure in waiting style up to the present demands and the fit must bo admired ' upon you. . . by all. All this wo try to do. J. H. Moorman, Manager. v irlr nrafl-- . pave-montoft- lf Ky. For Sale. Ono red work ox, mate Eleazar Coopor, dead. Apply to Ruth Ky. FOR RENT. and dwelling at Hock a splendid stand for selling goods Is large and In good repair. e Tbo A One opening for business. Will bo rented cheap, For further Information address tbo undorslgned A good store house AUCTION B. F. "Wo Beard & Capital, tfryCJOOOO. Co., will on K, Lick. It Is Saturda' March our entire stock of HARDINSBURG, KY. 19, store-bous- 1892, sacrifice nt Public Auction The Tradesmens National Banb OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 201 BROADWAY. Organiitd ni a State Bank 1823 Under National Act 1666, Vics-Pm't. fir 2' agfll J. S. M011T0N, Rock Tick, Ky. FARM FOR SALE. 200 acres of flno land lying on tho Una of the Louisville, Hardinsburg and Western railroad, and known as tbo Jlailn Spring Farm, Improvements, bouse and barn. Will be sold very low, far below its raluo and on liberal terms. Farm Is In high state for cultivation, having rested up for three years In grass. For further particulars address Boots. Shoes, Hats, Notions, Etc Will soil without regard, to cost, 'fBury, itM: . James E. Granniss, Pm't, Logan G, Kurny, Oliver F, Culi. CORUKSrONDENOK INVITED. ' ACCpUNTS INVlffED. J. A. CONE, Care Iteis, Ilenly & Co., LOUISVILLE, KY, cursu si jiuuio wiiu out pain, lookolpat. Honiara sent U.M.WOOI v. done in JoliPiiiitiM At this atmoderato the best style prices. and ofilco andwhlstayHablts OFJKH Whitehall St N, Y, STORE. Breckenridge News. "VfteDNESDAY, MAUCII 10, 1892. Poultry a Failure. Cmfton Mum, Ky., Feby. 0, 1892. As many think, from the fact thoy need to bo informed, they are ignorant of tho fact that the egg and fowl production in tho U. S. far exceeds any field cereal placed upon tho market, and as tho population increases, the demand for poultry and egg3 aro bound to increase, and as thoy havo not given tho matter any thought, nor read of tho wido increasing interest in tho poultry business, aro ready to arguo that it's a "cranky" unprofitable business, not aware of tho fact that ono can select ono hundred hens of a breed that will net more from eggs alone, than tho best tobacco crop any ono hand can produco in Breckcn-ridg- o county. Having failed to lntike any calculation, or give tho matter any thought, aro ready to pronounco it a failure, and aro not able to know that C'.'c. will feed a hen ono year that will produco from 10 to 20 doz. eggs, at an average of 12jc. per doz. would net tho owner $1.88, and if allowed freo range 40c. will keep her ono year, which leaves $2.10 as a result, how and with what aro you going to beat it, on tho farm, with same or twico tho amount of money invested. But you should acquaint yourself with tho business, ono had just as well try to row n skiff without oars, or ascend a hill by stepping backward, as to attempt tho poultry business for profit, without reading a good Poultry Journal. I am no editor nor any paper agent, but merely suggest this for your own interest, and advise you to take tho "Ohio Poultry Journal" which will greatly assist you in the rearing, treating of diseases, and management of poultry, on a small or largo scale. Do you know why it is that tho poultry business is looked upon as being "so little" and so small a business? somo people seem to think, and even go so far as to say, that a man who has sense enough to do anything else would not fool his timo away with chickens. So far back as wo can remember (and we presume long before our existance) the man who tried to make poultry pay was looked upon and called a chicken crank, and you can find some of those peoplo living yet, and some of them live in Kentucky, too, you can go into most any country village you will, any day in the year, and you can most always find a lot of those fellows who put tho poultryman down as a poor, weak minded fellow, who hasn't sense enough to do anything else, setting around on goods boxes, idling away their time talking about "the tariff" when in reality such fellows know no more about the tariff than they do about poultry, and they know absolutely nothing about the latter, although they are wise men. Now, if those peoplo would devote just one half as much time in trying to inform themselves about tho growing industries of tho ago as thoy do about politics and tho tariff, this country of ours would be in a more prosperous condition, and "old biddy" would get n great deal of credit sho deserves and failes to get as it is. No it is not far tho want of good sense, but simply for tho want of information, and for this reason alon!, tho poultry business in tho South has been looked upon as a business especially suited to the women folks, that it was something beneath tho dignity of a well developed man. Those who have a taste for pure bred poultry, should have done more to advance tho interest, by organizing a State Poultry Association. "By their fruits yo shall know them," therefore had this been done, the people of tho South would bo able to see as they novr saw before. So we say, wake up, think up, and read up, and all pull together, and wo will accomplish something yet. B. A. Pahks. y AYER'S PILLS euro constipation, dyspepsia, jaundice, sick headache. NATIONAL PRESS MEETING. lovisville mm wmm. ' i4 ' ' WITHOUT WARNING Names of Delegates and Alternates Appointed to Attend at San Francisco. Times.. President II. A. Sommers, of tho Kentucky Press Association, has appointed tho following delegates nnd nllcrnates to tho National Press Association, which meets at San Francisco on May 17: Will Wilgus, Hopkinsvillo Kcnluck-la- n Hus; S. W. Compton, Mndisonvillo tler, alternate. Starling Mnrslmll, Henderson Journal ; J. D. Babbage, Breckenrldgo News, alternate. ; Tom J. W. Hopper, Courier-JournMorris, Jessamine Journnl, altemnto. John A. Bell, Georgetown Times; French Tipton, Richmond Climax, alternate. In case any of the delegates cannot accept, they are leqursted to notify their alternates at onco of tho fact. Those going will confer with Robert Morning-sta- r, of tho Bowling Green Democrat, as to transportation, as ho is a member of tho National Transportation Committee, nnd can givo nil desired information. The National Association is composed of delegates sent by tho various State Associations. Tho program mo of the trip to San Francisco is to leave St. Louis May I), nnd stop at Santa Fe, Los Angeles. San Diego, nnd other points enroute. After tho meeting a tour will bo made, reaching Seattle, Tncomn, Portland and tho British Possessions, nnd Alaska. Tho return will bo made via the Yosemito Valley, Big Trees, Salt Lako City, unrden of tho Gods, Denver and Pike's Peak. Ono of the features of tho trip will be tho dedication of the Printers' lloino at Colorado Springs. This is tho result of Georco W. Childs' mnirnillcent cift, to gether with donations from printers of tho country. Of course, it will require n special train to carry tho party, but from San Francisco the delegates will arrange for different trips. Og-de- FURNISHED I)Y Leu. G. Herndon & Co., General Produco and Commission' Merchants and Genera Storage. v" vr .s The Steamer Georgo Strecker Goes to The Bottom of Greea River And Dumps a Score of People Into The Dangerous t.oulsvlllo H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Reliable and prompt. count sale. Consignments Cash with every ac- Waters. yAll Arc Saved, MutValtinMo Frclfflit In Lost Tho Owonsboro Messenger cives tho following account of tho disaster: report of tho sinking of tho Georgo recKcr, tvmcu was printed in tuo Mes-ngyesterday, was only too true. Tho essel went to tho bottom near Ajjhbys- hurg in nearly forty feet of water. There wcro a score of persons on ..j, uuuru, uuu iiiu HiiiKiug ui uiu uout was LV- bo sudden that their escape from drowning was miraculous. Tho Strecker went to Bowling Green a fo.w days ago after somo machinery for tho woolen mill here, and when it returned to Rnmsey the machinery of Cate's mill was loaded on. Thomas Gross, nn old pilot, bad been engaged to bring tho Strecker to her destination, and had reached a point about w i? one milo bolow Ashbyeburg and eleven "' ttf&i. mca rom Bumscy. when ho noticed sJvllinf Min lnnf illil tint aIiah Hin tvltnnl no ,4, b4uH vuu wt.v u.m iiv jv. j w.u n iivvi w ".woll as usual. About tho same time one .01 tne crew camo from below and stated i that water had nranmiilntpil In tlin nn. gino and boiler rooms, all of which led w uiu Buggesiiuu iuui uiu vessel woa ; muKiug. vuiuKur umu it can uo ioiu Commander Bergenroth ordered tho pas- to tho . rr,Bengers and crowtuo pilot top deck, while. naa impressed ',"o instinct ot f. ll.tV. nnnta . .. l.An Mnn rf. UIU lllilL lO """ .!11. tl.n 1UCU 11...4 in BUCK 4lilt: B11UIU wast only expediency in thethreaten- danger. Tho west fig least obstacles, tho bank presented course fcof the cker was turned. "jlho meantime, tho jengers had reached tho deck, tho ajority of them having taken tho pre caution to secure lifo wesorvers. fnstfln- ing them around them as they" proceed"jS ed to tho deck. In sinking, tho vessel lunged on her side, giving tho impression to tho pasLV 14 sengers that sho was capsizing, and in their frantic efforts for life, scramr$; bled for tho other sido of thethey until boot, icy had succeeded in reaching her side. icy remained hero but a short time, however, for in a moment tho reaction of tho waters had taken place and tho J vessel "righted" herself, precipitating ( the passengers and crow in fact everyone Kl eavo Pilot Gross in forty feet of water. This gentleman, it seemed, maintained his presence of mind sufficiently to apprehend tho change and governed himself accordingly. Tho further description of tho surrounding perils are gleaned from tho lips of Capt Bergenroth and Pilot Gross. l ey succeeded in reaching a position on tho roof of the boat, which was now lying on the bottom, with only about live feet of her smokestack abovo They were in water waist deep, but notwithstanding all these disadvantages challenged fate itself in lending aid to tho distressed men, women and child-to- n who wero struggling in tho freezing watere. Two small life boats belonging to tho wrecked vessel were floating but a short distance, and were becured. Cries for help reached their ears from every side, but the one that first gained their attention was that proceeding from a Sirs. Hayes. Only a few feet distant C she was clinging to a pieco of tho wreckage, whilo in one arm sho kept tho heads of her two small children abovo tho water. Sho was taken in the lifo boat as quickly as possible. Miss o Bedfern was frantically calling for help, endeavoring to keep from drowning with tho assistance of a life preserver, and sho, together with tho other ladies were safely taken to the shore. During those horrible scenes the neighborhood had become apprised of tho shipwreck and had appeared on tho beach, manned several small boats and rendered assistance in tho saving of life. Tho crow consisted of h. F. Bergenroth, commander; Thomas Gross, pilot ; Georgo Kmraick, engineer ; John Johnson, fireman, and Frank Burk, watchman. Tho passengers were James Cato and wife, J. II. llayes and wife, Itobcrt and Itolla Short, II. and .1. Hatcher, J. Tich-cno- r, Charles Burns, all of Burasey, and Miss Gertrude Rcdfern, of New York. After tho rescuo the good peoplo living in tho vicinity hospitably received tho unfortunates and made them as comfortable as possible. Tho Strecker was tho property of Capt. W. D. Crammond, of Hawcsville, Ky., and was built in 1880. She was reckoned a good vessel, having always stood a faithful examination. Sho had a capacity of 1,400 tons, and it is supposed her cargo reached this amount. Sho was 127x28 feet in dimensions, and valued at between $0,000 and $7,000. Tho mill machinery was valued at $14,000 and tho cargo of wool at $2,000. Tho other freight, comprising household goods, etc., will reach in tho neighborhood of THE BEST remedy for all disorders of the stomach, liver, and "bowels. Every Dose Effective examinations aro being held in different cities of tho State. At present there is great, need of railway clerks in this district. Tho men who detained editor C. C. Mooro at Sprlngdalo a couple of weeks ago, have been indicted by tho grand jury of Scott county. luirly Bisers, Early Bisers, Early Risers, the famous little pills for constipation, sick headache, dyspepsia and nervousness. Sold by Short & Hayncs. Phillip Conn, a moonshiner who is in jail nt Louisville, received tho distressing nows that his young wife had run away with another man. Ho has only been married two months. Tho secret is out that Judge Macy will resign his position as State Inspector March 31st, and that Judge Gardner, of Eliznbethtown, has been selected by Gov. Brown to fill his place. John Jones was knocked down and res in the streets lieved of $325 by of Williamsburg. Ho bad taken cattle to market, and after Belling them, was returning homo with the money in bis pocket. Wo truly believo Do Witt's Little Early Bisers to bo tho most natural, most cliective, most prompt and economical pill for biliousness, indigestion and inactive liver. Sold by Short & Hayncs. Elkton got tho Vanderbilt Tralnipg School, and all tho other competing towns nro now explaining how it all camo about that they didn't get it, and somebody is being roundly roasted in every instance. If dull, spiritless and stupid; if your blood is thick and sluggish; if your appetite is capricious and uncertain, you need a Sarsaparilla. For best results tako Do Witt's. Sold by Short & HayCivil Scrvlco foot-pad- solicited. KINO RTSrfK 1570, rcoru3:S0Ui Fire of Fugue 2:l!'t, Ketler 2:irHi, Prince Edward l:itO, 16 more from 3:20 to 9:80; sire ol the dams of Advance 2:2Jit. King Kussell X:2u, and ot the sires of Utile Archer ( yo) 2:16, and 4 more belter than 3:30. BELMONT 64. Irl I 2"Wi Sireof I'red Altlmr (i) Nutwood 2!l8t, Weilurwood 2:111, Viking 2:111, and &i oilier In 2:110; 87 sons have liif in 2:80; 80 daughters have 87 In 2: JO; total descendants n 2:110 415. The greatest son of Abdallah IS, who, all things considered, was the greslcat son ot llambletonlan 10. i:P., ABnAU.AH IS.il.'. hy IlsinUi lonlsu lo Hie of Oolilimllli MhIiI ill (dam of htmni ger. sire of 11 In 2 80) and lite otlieia In 2,14 mmuni. lire in 33 in 2:30 anil ' descend anta In 2:80: llelmont. aire f 8.4 in 4 Rn ai 413 descendants In 2:80: all ihtnwi rnntfj end, the urea. est son of Haii.blttonlau 10?J BRLLB. bv Mambrlnn fhl.i II , . ..:.-.- . n. McL'urdv'a HamUeionUn ti'.Ci, aire ol 13 nz:ouj sMiacus, sire ni nosper Mcrume 2:24; grandam of Mayenne, dam ot Crescendo 2:111; I'ancnast 2 sire of Patron 2;llt, l'rodlgal 2:17!J; l'atinnage, sire of Alii (8) 2:161, best on iccord except Sunol. ri'n.i . jTho er LOUISVILLK. KY., March 15, lh92. Bhtppers should mark all packages plainly, e address. with shipper's name and UUTTKK, KOOS, POULTnY, KTO. Chickens scarce this week and Poultry. prices firmer. Turkeys In fair demand and mostly wanted ativo and small site. Dried Fruits. Market very dull on apples and peaches. Beans. Demand active at advance. Kggs. Receipt heavy, market wtak and post-ofllo- z J CO o Q f OARITA Dam of " full brothers and alsttrs 10 Splendor All sold us yearlings and 2. ytar-olat from ll.OUO lo $i,000 each. Two or more are certain to go In the list this season. Cordova trotted last year In 2:3-;- . BLANDINA . Dam of Swlgert, sire of Moody J:18U, and 30 more in list; Abdallah rilot, sirs of I'lcard 2:18Uj, and of Messcngcf Chief with 12 In the list: King Ucne.sire of 18; Solicitor, aire of 3; Ittilwood 7, with t; Rlcnis, with 2. MftMBRMO CIItEF 11 Sire of Lady Thorn 2:1SU, and eight more In the list ; also the sire of the dams nt Dl rector 2:17, i'ledmont2:17U, and .17 more in 2:30 or better. BUROH MAKE, by Parker's Drown Pilot. Dam of Hoallnd2:2IVi, Donald 2:27. and ol Blandiaa, dam of King Itene and Swlgert Snd 4 other sites ol 2:30 snd better, trotters. HAMBtlTOHIAH DICTATOR US Jirotner lo Dester 2:17K, and sire of Jay.Bje-Se- 1 low or. ,'', WITTER. Choice, country Medium Common Creamery EC1GS. 18 17 15 (3) 16 12 (a) 14 22 (a) 27 10 11 Fresh Thomas 2:11)14, and W others In 2:80. Dictator Is also grand sire of Direct (n) 2:06, Margaret b. II) 2:121, Guide 2:I(H4, Evangeline (8)2:13; Daphne 2:19, and 3d others in 2:80. S'J'1",.! 2:18, dams of Nancy Hanks P 2:10, Phsllas J:lMi, Minnie Cassell (n) 3:1614, Director 2:11, Delineator (p) 2:18, 30 others in 9:30; and e Sire ol Dealer 2:17K. NcUt 2:18, OrsngT Girl 2:20, 88 others, and grand sire of Sunol Maud S. 2:U, Alio 2:081, Nancy Hanks 2:0.1, 2:10, and over 1000 others in 2:50. 0 .w po 2:1' 2:0, Bron Lockheart OLABA Dam of Dictator (sire as noted'. Dealer 2:17U, Alma 2:28-V- i, Astoria 2:2lli, Alda dam of Alda de dare 2:26V; Clara la also grandam of Rcina Victoria, dam ol Princeton 2:l!i4, and 3 others In 2:80. DUVALL'S HAMBBIKO Sire of the dams of D. Monroe 2:23ft, Miss Duroc.2:20V, Lulu 2:2Vi, Maud llutler. trial 2:!JUi, and giandslreof Motile Mc, ld trial 2:30; Decoy, trial 2:31 and a quarter at a gait of 2:0b'. THB DAM OF BROWK CHIEF.- , Sire of Maggie K 2:2914, and of the dams of Lady Majolica 23 Altamont 2:2fi, and of Flossie G 2:181, Gcncvia S :10Vt, Ucttle Jones 2:28Vl, etc., etc. POULTRY. Old Hen Roosters Medium Springers A Lar'e Springers ...3 50 to 3 ...2 5' to 3 ... 00 to 3 ...3 00 to ...4 00 to ...2 75 to ,..9 00 to .11 00 to 4 6 Small Springers Young Ducks Live Turkeys Dressed turkeys 3 10 13 , Dreited liens Live Geese (feathered) (plucked) Live tieese FEATHERS. Prime, white goete 3 00 to 3 4 00 to 4 60 2 75 to 3 60 41 75 00 60 00 00 60 00 00 60 MISB BUTI,EB. Dam of Maud Butler 2:28li, and she la the dam of l'hallaraont, sire of 0 under 2:80. SPENDOR will bo for scrvlco at tlie Basin Spring Farm until July 1st, when lie goes into training. Mixed Old No. 1. duck 42 25 (i)30 15 (a) 25 15(u 30 to to to to to to to eo 76 FURS Racoon Mink Opossum Gray Fox Red Fox Black Skunk Wild Cat Musk Rat Otter, cased Beaver, Isrge Doer Skins per lb , 50 60 15 70 00 90 60 $25.00. Tayablo as follows mare is known to bo in foal. : S10.00 cash TRRMS at timo of Bcrvico j : $15.00 is insurance money, payable when the balance .i llu ... panic-stricke- May's Grove Union, No. 1568. This little segment of tho Farmer's Alliance in Hardin county has resolved thnt its members believe "In freedom and that nil men should havo tho right to attend to their own affairs," nnd nsk tho repeal of tho law requiring all men to employ an attorney before they can bring suit in tho Circuit Court. They want it left optionnl with a litigant whether he shall employ nn attorney or not. Why bless your souls, gentlemen, it was always tho law and always will bo tho law that a mnn can practice his own case in any court in this broad Commonwealth. Your liberties havo never been nnd never will be thus ubridged. Quit making bucIi silly resolves in your lodges nnd discuss subjects with real meat in them, nnd your order will command more respect from your opponents. Just siich foolishness as this gives your antagonists clubs to bent you over tho head with. 1 1 1 26 80 25 00 60 15 PASTURE Excellent Pasture can be had for mares from a distance at reasonable figures. For further particulars address NEVITT &. BLAND, V. O. Irvington. Ky. W. W. WILLIAMS. 1 Short Striped Skunk Black Striped and White Skunk... 25 to 30 10 to 16 6 00 too 00 5 00 to 0 00 20 to 30 Geo. Yeakel & Go. BRANDENBURG, KY. -- : HIDES. Green, food Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheen skins WOOL. d n 4 0 8 4K 8 8 How Can We Do II 31 25(a) ... , r? Grease, fine Grease, coarse Merino Burry and Cots 32 ... 22 (a) 23 . 18 (g) 28 15 ... 12 12 ... () 17 DRIED APPLES. Wet, per lb Common, per lb Fair to good per lb Choice per lb Fancy Chopped ncs. Miss Louiso Blitz, u snake charmer, was bitten through tho hand at tho LflVrifTnt t cores Mver Complaint. AffeMon and At druggists, l'rlco 23 eta. ,,,. sur-'iac- o. Ger-trud- It is sweet to live, but oh! how bitter to bo troubled with a cough, day and night. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, however, is a suro remedy. 25 cents. My throat "I cannot sing is sore." "Of course you haven't tried Salvation Oil ?" "No, "Then get it, and you will sing like tho birds." t! OVER THE STATE. Mrs. Isaac Wingate, widow of the late Isaac Wingatc, a prominent mason, is dead. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is just what you want for a spring medicine superior to all. Colored peoplo aro leaving Christian county in great crowds, hound for Oklahoma. Another Cincinnati race course is to bo situated in Kentucky just back of Newport. A bill will bo introduced into the Kentucky Legislature, proventing tho playing of ball on Sunday. Mrs. Lizzie Skillumn has sued Lambert Goldsmith for $10,000 damages for killing her husband. Gen. A. J. Gross and Col. M. II. Crump inspected the Hays Guards at Flizabethtown last week. Mr. C. M. Fraizo, who has been Circuit Court Clerk of Har.lin county for 24 years, is a candidato for Thin hair may bo thickened, weak hair strengthened, and tho color restored to gray hair, by using Ayer's Hair Vigor. Tho Union Stock Yard Company was organized in tauisvillo last week. This will break tho Bourbon Company's mouopoly. A band of organized thlovcs and robo bers aro at work in Monroo and counties. They live in caves and defy arrest. Harry Lamount, of Louisville, borrow ed $2C0 of his mother-in-laand left for parts unknown. Ho had been married only a month. Tho local option law in forco in ono of tho Bracken county districts has been repealed by tho Legislature and approv ed by tho Governor. Met-calf- Mr. B, Monarch, to whom tho machinery that was on the boat belonged, Bald it was worth at least $10,000, and that tho insurance on it was only $5,000. lie received a letter from Mr. Cato telling him of tho loss, and Mr. Monarch at onco telegraphed him to como ahead, that they would get now machinery, and would not let tho loss delay them a day in getting tho woolen mill in operation. $1,000. such wonderful medicinal properties as Lightning Hot Drops. It is an external and internal medicine, and will relievo all aliments for which it Is recommended. Mr. Georgo Jones, of Lima, 8. C, says: "Lightning Hot Drops saved my life. I had rheumatism and was laid up for a long timo and could not walk. For restoring tho color, thickening tho After uslnir i dozen bottles in all. I am and beautifying tho hair, and for sound and well." All druggists sell and growth, will tell you all about it. 25 and 50a proventing baldness, Hull's Hair Bcnow-c- r is unsurpassed. Jnttles. think that ono medicine can It is almost boyond comprehension to possess Wanderlnnd Museum, Louisville, by a boa constrictor. Woman like, sho fainted, but was not seriously hurt, as a constrictor is not venomous. G. W. Hunter, nn aged citizen of Hart county, was in tho habit of hiding some $400 or $500 in a hollow tree. He went out to look nt it ono day last week nnd "found it and it wasn't there." Tho thief left a note thanking him. It is a truth in medicino that the smallest doso that performs tho cure is tho best. DeWitt's Little Early Bisers aro tho smallest pills, will perforin the cure and are tho best. Sold by Short & Havnes. Tho Rev. James Lewis nnd tho Rev. Doctor Joseph B. Cottrell wero both visited by a burglar tho same night in Greonvillo last week. Dr. Cottrell lost ono hundred dollars, which the thief took from his trouser's pocket. Frank Foote, a popular young man of Newport, who disappeared from his y homo a year ago, has returned ns as ho went. Ho was received by all his old friends with open arms, but ho won't tell where ho has been. Dr. Fayette Montgomery, son of Hon. A. B. Montgomery, who has been attending tho Medical College at Washington for tho past two years, has been appointed Assistant Surgeon at Garfield Hospital, that city, by tho Medical Board. C. R. Green, of Bowling Green, has disappeared from Jackson, Tcnn., whero ho has been superintending tho laying of cuibing, for tho McClelland Stono Company, and neither his wife or his employers know of his whereabouts. Convict Tom Dimsley, who was serving a lifo term for murder, has been removed from tho penitentiary to tho Asylum nt Lexington. Dimsley has gotten so good, that his mind is deranged on religion, keeping up n continual prayer. A farmer in Boone county borrowed a horso of his neighbor to go nfter a doctor. Ho has not yet returned, nnd tho neighbor has notified tho sheriffs of tho State, who might live on the road to tho doctor's, to bo on tho look out for a black horse with a blazed face. Chas V. McGaw, a telegraph operator at Shepherdsville, was discharged from tho courts, where ho had been arraigned, charged with bigamy. McGaw married in Shepherdsville, nnd word was received that ho had another wife in New York, but tho prosecuting attorney could never get wifo No. 1 Into court, nnd tho Judge after five continuances dismissed tho case. Edwards and Murphy, two nice young men who havo been in tho detectivo business for tho Good Templars League, aro in jail at Lexington for perjury nnd obtaining monoy under false pretenses. Their modo of work consisted in laving around saloons, and when they saw a bar kcoper vlolato somo law, thoy would go and swear out a warrant against him. Thoy got mixed In their own testimony and hence their arrest. This from tho pen of a Muhlunburg county magistrate is going tho rounds of tho press: Muhleuburg county Ky Au- guest tho filsty to tho 13, 1881. & Co Dr to fer hollen tis four bun-ner- d at 5 conts n tl twenty Dollars credit by fiv dollars in storo goods Ballans duo fifteen Dollars this day persloy aperd be fore mo A Jcstiso of tho pieco tor Muhand stats a pon leuburg county oath, that tho n Borv account is just and unpaid and is not intltlo to no other credets (his tho 11 day of Decombor miste-riousl- SALVATION OIL Relieves quickly Rheumatism, Nou ralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago, Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, Prlce only 25 cents. Sold by alt druggists.) 1 Peelings to VA 3 Evaporated, in sacks to PEACHES. Halves, per lb to IX Quarters per lb to Peeled, per lb to 8 Hiars per lb to 4 Blnckb. rrios per lb... to VA HAY, GRAIN. FEED. Wo quote prices on Louisville oltj wharf: HAY. 11 f'O 12 00 Strictly choice Choice No. 2 lo 00 (a) II 00 " " " 2io Kto 3fto Jto to 1 IK to 2 VA We're been asked that question a hundred times lately by people who bought at our storo, goods they were used to paying double the money for. Hut don't waste wonder. We got the goods honestly, paid good money for them and they are ours to throw away, give away or sell away under our regular prices. We choose to dn the last, you owe It to yourself to come around and stock up at those unheard of prices It :- - mm .?5s5B-S- mi-ir w m Dl'fiKff RTri r.ci ? Plain or Piquo Bosoms,- good quality, Well made nnd nerfect fittinrr. nt. $1.00 1.25 & $1.50 v 3ji 1 3J4 4M CIorain$ 1 Full Dress Shirts ' " 7 90 0 00 3 80 1 08 ! bi t I I 1 Tho last chance of your life to secure Over-cos- ts at your own trlco. lot Men's overcoats w'h $15 00 r.d'd to $10 00 ls " " " " " ' " ' " " " AT 10 00 8 00 0 00 Latest styles of Piquo ant Embroidered Bosoms openl front and back, in all! sleevo lengths, at 81.50 & 3 60 $2.00. ! AUCTION PRICES French Percale Shirts SO y Geo. Yeakel UNTIL 1 1 1 1 & Co.'s, TIME. V00 7 50 STOCK TAKING Good Medium Good Bright Straw Choice white Choice shelled 10 00 (a) 12 00 5 50 500 42 44 I lot Men's suits w'h $18 ' CORN. 144 ( ' " " 00 12 50 9 00 7 50 reduced to $12 All tho latest Spring Patterns, elegant vurity, $1.00, $1.25 & $1.50, " 4 98 Unlaundried. Shirts EZaXKESXl ! All-Linpn 145 40 Burns, Scalds, Soros, Backache, &o. OATS. No, 2 oats Seed oats '. 38M 30 (oi-J- MW TV llui 'm.'i X tl No. 2 Long Berry wheat....... No. 2 Red WHEAT. 93 9: 4 22 20 26 8 MISCELLANEOUS. Tallow, per bbl Beeswax Sorghum per gallon W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE cenKen BEST SHOE THE III THE WORLD FOR THE'UONEYP WHY IS THE POTATOES. Choice Mich, hulk per bu Choice Northern Ind. " Poor to raed. Mich. " " Nor. Ind- ' Homo Grown per barrel From storo 2o to 5c per bu higher. BEANS. Michigan, band picked Indiana Navy " Common and colored Flat and mixed ONIONS. 45 35(a) 38 30 1 40 40 1 15 (a) 35 25 1 1 to 50 to 75 to 65 to CO 1 1 1 75 00 00 1 CO One lot of Ladles' fine shoes worth $3 00 Reduced to One lot of Ladles' fine shoes worth $2 50 Reduced to One lot of Ladles' fine shoes worth $1 75 Reduced to Ono lot of Ladles' fine shoes worth $1 26 Reduced to Ono lot of Ladles' heavy shoes worth $1 10 Reduced to One lot of Men's boots to close worth $4 00 reduced to One lot of Men's boots to close worth $3 00 reduced to One lot of Men's boots to cIobo worth $2 50 roducod to Ono lot of Men's sample boots lo closo worth $2 60 to $5 00 reduced to... ; $2 49 1 93 1 Good quality Muslin, Bosoms, reinforced front and back, at $1.00. Unlaundried Shirts Jnr-fSS--a3-3-0) ! 24 95 C9 $2 90 1 fo E. O. 98 Utica, Nonpareil Muslin, Linen Bosoms, handmade button holes, equal to any custom-mad- e Shir,, open front and back, at 50 and 75 cts. fine 1 60 JNO. D. BABBAGE, BABBAGE, Manager. OLOVERPORT, XYi I 25 Dre5$ Good$ Northern, por bbl on arrival " " from storo 2 25 to 2 50 2 50 to 2 75 2 25 to 2 50 It Is a neamlos shoe, with no tacki or wax thread to hurt tho fecti mado ot the best flno calf, trllsh nnd easy, and because iris make more shoes of this trade than any other manufacturer, it equals band tewed fchoes costing from (1.U) to J3.W. tho finest call CC 00 (Jcnuluo llamt-RCivr- d, hoo orer ottered for $3.0)1 equals 1'rcuch Imported alines which cost from 1.l to tu IW. Welt rihor, lino calf, A 00 Ilnnil-rtewe- il stylish, comfortable and durable. The best shoo ever offered ot this nrlco i same grado as custom-marie ahoes costing from ta.ou to fJM. Whom farmers, ltallroad Men CO SO l'ollco Carrlersntl ifJm and LetterInside, heavywear them; flue, calf,n seamless, smooth three soles, exten-Ioedge. Cue pair will wear a year. shoo over offered at no (CO all fine cnlfione betterwill coavluco those Sfstmm this price i trial who want a shoe for comfort and serrlco. Work I n Bin a n'li shoes ffiO 3 very 8-.strong nnd durable. Ihoso who nro ? have clvcn them a trial will wear no other make. nnu ai.7d scnooi S7 3.uiibv tho bos everywhere:snoes are worn thevaeU on IQCir merits, n- - mo increasing sales suuvr. lliiml-xi'm'- il shoo, best I aau-taiwtmnKoia. verystrngnieni Imported shoes costlnirfrom SLUI to SO.KJ. l.nitloH' tl.no, S'J.OO nml SI. 7,1 shoo for lllsscsare tho best flneDongola. ntyllsbanddurable. namo that Caution. Sea ou theW. I. Douglas' shoo. and price aro stamped bottom of each CABBAGE. Por crate from store Choice " Choico Green CELERY. Fancy whito plume, per dot " iP9. ft 35 to 46 20 to 25 10 to 20 2 60 1 00 to I 76 1 75 to 2 00 1 CO to 1 75 1 60 to 1 76 J 50 to 1 60 1 76 to 1 85 2 00 to 2 25 1 APPLES. Fancy Ben Davis and Rome Beauties Choice Choice " Fanoy GennettiDg Choice " Fanoy Crecnings Fanoy Baldwin Fancy Wine Sap " We are offering something fine In Dress Goods which can not be found at any other house. Thoy compose the remainder of Fine Dress (loads bought early In tho season and must be sold. You will nover have another such a chance to get a nice Dress and get It cheap. They will not not last long. Come early If you want choice, !KS TIRED FEELInI LITTLE OR NO APPETITE, IASTES NOTHING Tf RIGHT TO YOU ? TONIO GEO. YEAKEL & CO. BRANDENBURG, KY. LAND of LEMON OIIIU nnd fwa whnt a. nlmnim It will mflko This Tonic Is not only tho SureBt Kemedy ol uiniia, out ob a ijioou runner anu ippeuijr s tihenualed. Pleasant as lemonade Chlldrei cry inr.'t pnbuv a 50 cent hottln , EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED. Inferior grades 25 to 1 50 SALE FOR TAXES. Boy olioc1'111'. For Sale by A. R. FISHER, CLOVERPORT, KY To Advertisers If you wis!? and need Instruction, send ono dollar for our, "Boole for Advertisers.". A little study of that book wllPenaWo yon to decide what you ought to (lo, and give nn Idea of the probable cost. TabatbaStllwell, taxes duo years 1887, 8, 9, 90 and cost, 00 acres land near Hardirsburg, see doed book U, psge $3 35 M. Dowell's, heirs, taxes due year 1889 and cost, one bouse and lot in Rig Spring, see deed book 31, 8 15 page198 ., Margaret Rlgsby, taxes due years 1887, 8, 9, 90, 91 and cost, 102 acres land near Uewleyvllle, see deed book No, 27, page 177 1600 Gus llarrts, taxes due years 189, 1 and cost, lot Np. 1 , In block No. "H, in Irvington. see deed book .No. 43, page 16. 0 65 Jemima Leslie, taxes due years 1888, 9, 90 and cost, 30 acres land near Falls of Sinking, see deed book 8, page 210 7 40 Clint McCans, taxes due year 1890 and SUCCESSOR OVT11U UNATininaKn. and Itoset from Cover tn Cnrtr. cost, 13A ao es land near Dig Spring, A GRAND INVESTMENT see deed book No 35, psgs 243 9 70 lor orory Family nnd School. D. N. Ross, taxes due years 1890, 1 and Tho work of roTl.Ioii occupied over cost, 43 acres land near Rewleyville, ten years, more than n hundred editors helng employed, and over SUOO.000 see deed book V, page 183 11 88 expended beioroflr.t copy was printed. SOLD DV ALL BOOKSCLLEn8. Jemima Rramlett, listed in nsmo of Tamplilet sent free by tho puLlltliers. Robert Slpes, taxes due years 1890, 1 CAUTION is JiooJcd In purchasing n dicand cost, 218 teres land near Dig tionary, as photographic reprints cf m ubao-le-ts and coraparatlrely worthless edition cf Spring, see deed book V, page 238 IS 88 Webster are being markotod under Tsriou Wager Swain, taxes due year 1890 and names and often by misrepresentation. cost, one-ha- lf GETTHEDEST, int. In 34 acres land Tho International, which bears Imprint of near Irvington, see doed book No. 42 O. 3s C MKHUIAM & CO., VuhlUhurs, psge 98 4 35 Bprlngfleld, Muss., U. H. A. W, L.Turpin, tsxes due years 1890, 1 and cost, a tract of land known as the NOTICE, FRUIT GROWERS 1 Hall tract near Rosettn, see doed book Make jour orders bj the lit of October and 18 55 41, page 37 R. II. Young, taxes due years 1890, 1 ne will furnish you any kind of and cost, one lot In "Irvlnston, see VHAJXT TUS13ES, 0 25 deed book No. 41, page f28 SM.A.I.IJ THICKS, I will on Monday, March 21st, 1892, sell the tea. above described propiriy or so much thereof ZACK. GREEN, Manager Hardlniburg Nursery. as will pay the taxes due. Given under my band this February 22d, HABDINSDUna ,KV 1892. J. S. DeJERNETTE, "When in need of a filiirt call on J. D, Sheriff Rreckenrldga Co, Rabbago. 474 Green KOtt SAUK DY BOWMER &. Insist on local advertised dealers supplying yon, TV. L.. UOUULArJ, IlrocUtou,.llaB. l&ldbr 8linSTITUTE.a THE NEW WEBSTER YOU WAWT ONE HAMBLETON CLOVERPORT' KY. Sclontlilo American Agency for to Advertise srfPl o OF THC CELEBRATED JACKSON CORSET WAISTS. 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