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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 brc1892032301_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. "To ilncciillnuu advertising Is like taking down our bIrii. If you want to do business you must li't llie iici)lc know it,' Keep everlastingly at It. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAECH 23, 1892. P. T. BARNUM. , .U for newspaper In twelve years, paid f advertising. On that Investment he madfc'JrJ,- - $fam 'J 000,000, jj. it iuvcrukc, a VOL. XVI. manufacture and have for ealo by the single barrel or car load, four grades of Flour, as follows : NX. To throw asido that old slovo and Kaokety picco of SI ' Wo ff A PR1SPNEI sSsfejjpAPk ' R jmrvtJ 1 OOPYRIQHT None Such. Fancy Patent of tho highest quality that never fails to pleaso the most fastidious. Retail prico iSsSSsy ZltS" .ALFRED-DY AMERIOAN IWs.ll W ' CALHOUN- I8BL PRESS ASSOCIATION MM tho freight. ner bbl. and wo pay Daily Bread. Fancy Bakers, pos- u 1 I sink to the level of his savage progenitors. When wo returned to tho piazza, after the most satisfactory meal I had over per bbl. and wo pay eaten, wo found tho sky overcast and heavy black clouds sweeping in from tho freight. tho east. But in our present stato tho storm hud no terrors for ns. Bell produced his wad of filthy Confederato currency aud offered to pay Mrs, Duffy, of hut, with n glow of something liko inChoico Family good quality at the dignation in Iter beautiful, palo face, sho refused tho money, and said that if wo moderate price of chose to remain for tho night she would gladly give us a bed. I thanked her nnd I know there were tears in my heart, if not in my eyes, as I pointed out the per bbl. in cotton and filthy stato of our Clothing, nnd said that being no cleaner than the beasts of wo pay tho freight. the field and used to their life that it might bo better for us to keep on. Oily son," said tho old lady, "I have a boy, n soldier on tho other side, anil it Straight grade, com- may be thai ho needs tonight n mother's posed of all thrco of caro nnd a .sister's lov'e. Stay here, wash, nnd wo will give you n chnugo the abovo, and whilo tryiug to uiako your poor rags tho good qualpresentable. You will look less like ities of all in a high savages aud feel more liko men nfter degree. this." We showed our papers, but the ladies would not look at them. Then we pointed out that search parties wero per bbl. and wo pay out pickingto up strangers and sending tho army, and that if wo them back tho freight. were caught in the house this might bo that we If your Grocer does mt handle our fate despite the fact objection were had f urloughed, men. But this our flour, send your money and or- no weight with theso noble women. ders to us and they will have They assured us that wo wero as safo there ns in our own homes, so thcro was prompt attention. Respectfully, nothing left us but to consent. Tubs of water, towels nnd soap wero in Co., placed man tho laundry,usmid before a conducted black thither Mrs. Tyson, who had covered her dress with 1RVINGTON, KY. a big apron, made us sit on tho back porch, aud then, with an immense pair hung in Louisville, SI Louis &Texas R. R. Co. of shears, she cut our hair. It matted masses down to our shoulders, and when sho had finished bIio said: USTO. "There. It will be easier to comb, and you won't look so much like frights." Taking lifted That night wo went to sleep in n well At 5:00 olck A. U. Wednezday July 29. '91 furnished bedroom under the roof. There wero clean sheets on tho bed, and Eait Hound Tramt after looking at then! for snnio timo Bell IWit Bound Traini scratched his bend aud said: Ma6,U M "Wa-al- , M.U& this is homethin wo uns ain't Hupr's Kxpr's STATIONS Hpr' Expr'. uster. Hit's too d d bad to spile them Dally Dally things, so I propose wo uns sleeps on tho Dally Dally 9 ffiptr floonli. Hit's ti heap sight better'n any625pm 7 45nn Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar TOO 12 45 850 Kentucky St. 8U0 6 40 thing we've had siuco befoali tho wall." 805 8 41 Westl'olnt 12 U5 720 12U2pm 8 02 As wo had had a good bath nnd nightHoward 7 24 845 Hock Haven 11 ti.im 747 900 7 47 shirts wero laid on the pillows, I pointed 11 SS 7 40 Long llrancll 9 0S 757 out that it would bo a violation of the 7 31 llrandenburg 1129 917 807 7 27 Meade Springs 1125 9 21 811 laws of hospitality not to use them, and 1119 723 Hkron 928 817 believing that I knew more about eti1111 715 L 827 Guston 9 34 1102 655 9 44 Irvlngton 8 37 quette than ho did, Bell gave way. 6 48 1053 952 Webster 8 47 A rap nt tho door tho next morning 1045 640 1000 855 1035 631 1010 l'lerce U05 and n black man camo in with our 628 1030 Sl....ple U 11 1015 clothes cleaned and patched. Our worn 618 1023 Slcphensport 1023 9 21 1018 613 Addison 1027 boots looking liko new, nnd two pairs of 925 1015 610 1030 Holt 9 30 stockings und two straw hats which 1001 48 1041 557 Cloverport 9 UD7 563 Shops Mrs. Duffy sent with her compliments, 1050 951 5 40 9 44 1100 Sklllman 1001 wero just what wo wnnted. Bell do. 1111 933 530 llawcsvlllc 1010 clared that P'looked so doggoned peert ho 920 622 1118 l'etrle 1018 920 1124 615 Falcon 1024 wouldn't a knowed me," and tho change Cayce 915 611 1129 1028 in him was striking, for ho was a re505 909 Lewisport 1135 1034 4 48 1162-851 1'owers 1060 markably handsome, very well built fel8 37 435 1207pm 1'ates 1102 low. 4 25 8 27 Owensboro 1210 1111 413 815 1227 11 23 Mattingly That morning wo had tho raro honor 4 0'. 8 00 Stanley 1131 I23D of breakfasti.ig with tho ladies und Mrs. 1240 365 Worthlngton 765 1140 Spottsvllle 7 37 337 1165 lol Duffy's little duughter, n lovely child of 3 29 7 29 1205pm 111 Ilasketts fivo, who wanted to know if wo had met 12 20.1m 125pm ar.IIeoders'n Iv 715im 3 15pro her father in tho war. Mrs. Tyson asked Bell to say grace, and he really excelled & Western R. R. LGuisviMe,Hardfnsburg himself, though ho quite forgot to mention tho food whilo calling Heaven's speNo. 2 TIME TABLE. cial attention to the "good Samaritan TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. women, who like nngels of marcy had flast Hound Trains been so kind to poro crittors liko wo West Hound Trains Dally Dally Dully Dally uns." ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun When wo parted with those kind No. 2 No. 6 No. 6 No. 1 women that morning it wns with tho ).im 1130am I.v Irvlngton Ar 8 35 Garheld 1210pm feeling that to havo met them was in 12 25 llarned 815 itself n full compensation for nil our 12 42 7 60 llardlnsburg suffering. To this very day tho sight of Kirk 715 118 Jolly 130 705 a locust tree recalls Mrs. Tyson, und I Glendeane 644 148 634 nover see it widow wearing a white cap 155 Dempster 215pm ar I'allsltouglilv 6141m that the beautiful, sad face of the young 664 Ilockvale 260 Confederate captain's widow does not 3 02 ltuth 6 29 314 6 21 Atkins riso before mu ns distinctly us tho faco Oaks 600 329 of my own duughter looking in on mo I 4 OOpin ArKordivlllel.v 4 45am as I writo down theso memories of that terrible past. We were within sixty miles of Tullu-ln- h THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Ala LINE. Fulls, mid in a straight lino not more thiin 120 from tho Bluo Uidgo, west of (L. E.A6T. h. H. R.) Buncombe county, North Curolinu.which SHORTEST, QUICKEST wns our objective point. Once thero, Bell was certain that wo could cross AND BEST LINK TO to Greenville, east Tennessee, tho homo of Audrew Jolnibou, and ut that timo St. tho headquarters of Carter's gallant AND ALL POINTS division of loyal mountain men. About noon we sat down besido tho South-Wes- t. road to rest mid to eut tho luncheon so thoughtfully provided by Mrs. Duffy. in Effect Seat 1890. d In tlie course of tho morning wa had p.m met u number of men mid talked with Lv. Loulivllle 8;10a.in...V:l5 p.m.,.4-2ArrSt. Louli 7:40 " ,7i40 ' some of them, but our appearance was tO.nSp.m Evansville ls25 " so cleun und respectublo that they For further Information, call on or address treated us with consideration, und ona R.A CAMPBELL, gentleman of whom wo asked the dis(Jen'l Pass, Ag't, Kvanivll'e, Tnd tance to "tho fulls" requested us to rej. B CAMPBELL, main over to dinner. D P. K. T.inltrl'l-- , Ky Coining up tho winding road wo saw two wagons evidently going in our diCity Ticket Office, S. W. Cor. TU rd J: Main SU Loulivllle, Ky. rection. Cleanliness uud hunger allayed gave us courugo, mid wo determined to U!UKBKISirlvwlntant stand our ground. Tho bight of them relief mid Is an Infnlllblo forty-eigCure for l'llrit. l'rloojt. lly hours beforo would have sent Drugglstsormnll. rmnpli ns flying Into tho woods liko hunted free. AddrxWANAKESlS," sessing fine color and I found myself ignoring tho silver fork; strength, and in great nnd as for using the napkins, they were favor with tho hund- so pure and will to that to touch them reds who have it in seemed like sacrilege. It is surprising how soon even tho daintily nurtured can daily use. oreni(s unit tRPlr presence restrained ns, the ladles loft tho dining room nini told the big eyed nnd astonished black girl to remain within call There was snowy cloth on the table and there were daintily folded napkins behidt' our plates The dishes wera chitm, cut glass nnd silver, nnd the food was abundant varied nnd well cooked. Tho whole thing seemed to me at Hint like a dream from which 1 must awaken to Hud my le If near the long nosed black pigs in the bushes. 1 recall that while devouring the food 11 illkli Satisfaction. :tl4klSCI Boyd's Entire. pos-bessi- isJ Irvington Milling TIME SCHEDULE 18. m ''Each wagon was drawn.by four mules, tho drivers wero lank, wiry whito men, nnd tho loads wero corn and bacon, tho "tax in kind," which they wero taking to Walnut Hill, in Franklin county. This tax In kind was keenly felt by tho planters of tho south. I cannot recall tho percentage of farm products that had to bo turned over to tho Confederato government, but, if I mistake not, in 1804 it amounted to fully and in addition to tills the planters suffered from tho raids of their own people quito as much ns they did from ours; that Is, if their placo chanced to bo along tho ever increasing uud ever devastating lino This tax in kind, whilo of march. cheerfully bomo by tho fow planters who had risked their all on tho hazard of tho war, hnd n most disheartening effect on the masses who had given their sou", nnd who bellovcd that they wero being robbed of tho food necessary for their wives and children by tho Confederato nuthorities. The men driving tho wagons wero Confederato soldiers. Each had a musket besido him and a big revolver on his right hip. Thoy were evidently mountain men, for thoy spoke with a voice, accent nnd vernacular so much lilto Bell's that I could not have told them npart with my back to them. Wo told tho men our destination, nnd they offered to carry us to Walnut Hills, forty As this was nearly miles northwest. tho direction wo were making, it did not tako us long to decide. Bell aud I hnd a chance to whisper to each other, "Tho Bf.mo story till tho timo nnd no trimmings;" then ho got up beside ono driver aud I besido the other, nnd our flight was resumed under circumstances that wero the nemo of comfort compared with tho sufferings nnd subterfuges during tho preceding month. Tho man to whose wagon I was assigned was named Sim Sleigh. Ho wns from Habersham county, which ho mo "was tho garden spot of nil God Almighty's creation. I was bom up thnr in tho Nacoocheo valley. Ever hear on't? No? Waal, you uns don't know nothin of this ynr world. That's tho land of iron, that's the land of gold, nnd thnr dimemcuts grows bigger'n eggs. Thar ain't no place liko it fob water nnd trees, fob cohn nnd wheat mid fruit; nnd ns fob tho men und women, my friend, thoy can't bo beat for strinth nnd beauty" I stopped tho eloquent mountaineer to nssuro him that if the men were liko him he must bo quite right. Ho shook hands with mo, and continued: fools. "You and mo's sojers and Your from Kaintuck, and sho showed a hell of n lot of sense in fightiu without secedin. Why in blazes didn't they leave Habersham county alone? We didn't liko tho Yanks any more'n the test of Georgia, but, d n old Brown, nothin would satisfy him, tho cussed limy, but Habersham county must go out with tho stato. Why, we uns met upnt Clarksvllle Court House and passed resolutions declarin that, if Georgia had a right to recede from tho Union, then, by G d, old Habersham sho had n plum, from tho state. But it right to conscription offdidn't work; tho icers como iu mid every doggono man that could ioto u rifle, nnd some that couldn't, was swore in. Tho folks down south of us that's got lots of niggers was hell bent on with, but thoy ain't dono y much o' tho fightiu. I went up to and was shot at Gettysburg. Jest look at that," and ho held up his mutilated left hand. "Then they sent mo home and placed mo in tho quartermaster's department to raise tho tax in kind, nnd I tell you, neighbor, I enjoy collectiu bit outsido of old Hnhershum." This wns said us wo drovo along, and wns broken Into by oxploslvo crackings of his whip and whole volleys of objurgation fired nt tho mules iu tho lead. The "off" mule ho sworo ho would kill ns soon as ho reached Walnut Hill. I asked Mr. Sleigh why it was that ho was carrying provisions In tho direction of tho mountains when Johnson's army, n few days' march to tho southwest, needed supplies. "If you uns can tell mo why nnythin's dono in this d d wall, I can explain. But tho talk is that Mr. Wharton, he's to innko up a up bar nnd raid into nist Tenn'seo und on Into Yankee land, nnd he's got to have feed goin over tho ridge. But, between wo uns, hits nil n d d lie. Hit's the quartermasters! Why, they sell the tax in kind, nnd they're u makiu money hand over fist. Tho quartermasters aud commissaries und receivers has a soft thing of it, one-thir- dd se'-ed- dd Var-ginn- A Tribute to My Departed Friend. As the sun was gently sinking in tho West, on Wednesday evo March 0, '02, tho spirit of our beloved winged its flight to that better shore, and our loss was tho death of Mrs. Jcnnio Smart Simons, aged 45 years. Her health for some timo has been gradually falling. The death of her mother and brother, somo months ngo, was such a shock to her that sho never fully recovered, nnd since then has been gradually fading away. Only a fow days nnd n happy homo was rendered desolate, for the ono who made it radiant was removed from its midst. Only a fow days, but oh to thoso who loved her best it has seemed a century of sorrow. Jennie's presence brought with it over a breezy brightness, n pervasivo richness and radianco of beauty. Like tho completeness of a Juno morning, when tho glow and tho fragrance make life n joy and bring forget-fulneof aught pave a sunshine of tho hour. But sho is gone Sho leaves a kind husband, ono son, an adopted daughter, four brothers and a host of friends who will ever miss her, and ncne moro than tho writer. No task havo I ever performed in life that was moro difficult than writing this, the last sad tribute I can pay to ono I loved so dearly. Sho wns nearer than a frieni' to me our joys nnd sorrows wore nlwnjs shared together, and in her homo I havo spent many happy hours. Tho community bus lost ono whoso place can never bo filled. When wo attempt tojtell of her noble qualities, of her many noble deeds of charity and lovo for Buffering humanity, and to speak of tho universal esteem in which sho wns held by overy one, no language befitting the occatlon comes to our relief. A noblo son hns lost the caro of an Idolized mother. A husband a companion who has stood by him in adversity nnd helped him through tho rough paths of life, nnd now that all is prosperity and they had a lovely home, He who does all tilings for tho best, has taken her to join her parentd and brothers and left us for only a short time, for soon wo will join her. It seems hard to give up ono who was so much needed here, nnd, when wo recall her, 'tis tho joyousness of her ringing laugh, tho raro humor of her quick and icady remark, tho merry harmless jest, tho responsiveness to all things bright and gay nnd pure, theso nnd finer traits that marked her womanly and true, como back to us with a mingling of the happy and tho pathetic, making our hearts cry out with longing for her. Jennie's lifo was brief, yet very full. Crowded into its few short years wns more of adulation, more of sincere affection, moro of the joy of living, than conies to many in this world of ours. And now that tho sweet lifo is ended on its eartli-sidthero has passed with it much of tho sunshine, very much of tho brightness out of other homes as well as her own j for her genial nature know no distinction of high and low, but numbered friends many and of all degrees. Thero is a lost chord in the harmony of tho homo music ; the fullest, richest chord of all is hushed, and there will over bo a minor tono of sadness thcro, even when the requiem shall havo ceased. But thcro is a reverse side oven to this shadowed picture, gilding the sorrow nnd tho longing in the glad hope of when with her wo shall greet tho ninny loved one's on thnt further shore. Especially do we thus quiet when with memories of Jennie aro blended gentlest, holiest thoughts of the saintly, dear one, behind whoso angelic .form tho gates wero still njar, when Jennie entered. Wo will be patient nnd assungo the feeling. 1 ss onr-solv- s nl "Ti i4 2V. Good I And como to our house and purchase something that is durablo and cheap. RUR.NFTUR.R 0333333333333333333 Our goods aro within tho IMbdl s '( lime of all and our prices make it possible for every household to bo rail furnished, both in tho kitchen tho parlor. Don't buy a thing until you get our prices. Wo aro tho money savors on Fufnituro, and Farmer's Supplies. ' DOOSQ DDDCCDQGCECECECCECEDa tjaLO 'V , SPECIAL. TOBACCO, EICE, o hi mw SODA, SHOT. POWDii: LOADED SHEL I g in (D FLOUE -- 6 : and :- - X 133333311333133333333333333 "'";? havo bad Itmk with lirpit.iiipnitanfibn r 7i;r. """ our c,rtrtc OahStovc as well as when wo ltatIoIUt?MyB?n0USnD0r0UStmiIke dkkvamt un, every uit as wen. Ma'am, TI,K House I am expecting a friend to tako dinner withuj noxt week, on ADy t0 8lKvf 0Win.lc. raG to ?? 8t0,y,0 S?0." everything, and I want (ocook have a nice Tdlnncr fo?S5S8 wiM,Ma'am. Uiere'sno trouble nlcowlth that Move, 'fha f7? Jnake? u so muf ca.s'er than other stoves I have J... used to, been ana lliavo so much ii. t... uovex nfiuk. uwk iwjiv us ...t 6j uiafaruui . ME SUGAK, -I . wny, now ao you explain .. BKiiVANT-W- ell, I don't havo to watch everythlnir it? c lose for fear It Will burn. Vnn Irnnm so a custard. It is so apt to burn on top before It Is baked throuRh. "tiV Charter Oak bakes ViK' perfectly without miy dancer ol burnli.c. And then In roasting a turkey, I don't havo to keep bast Init It roi Ull v brown wlthouf it. and without drying It up liko tho tlshfoven" do. w )76w biscuits aro without bcine hnrdaml touKh. You aways praised my biscuit?, but if It wasn't fof near as nice. I hope l'wire Kauz ove,n d0?if1 k."ow l got ouldn't l o Oak Stovo oriRanceV VU never haVo tc ?c3 again they haven't a CharUr ..:;.:..-- " r iiuuHK lis ..;r"".-- " ,".. ii. i COFFEE, MOLASS 33a3J3333JJ33n3333aai --iM " HENSLEY, JOLLY FARMERS SUPPLY HOUSE, Humor In Will One might Hupp.ibo, says tho Chicago Herald, that will making was anything but a merry occupatlou, yet tho drollery of tho wills that somo eccentric old fellows havo loft behind thorn could Doan Swift could hardly be surpassed. not havo concocted a moro bitter joko than that of tho testator, who after reciting tho obligations ho was uudor to a particular frluud bequeathed to him at tho bottom of tho first pago of his will, 10,000 dollai s, of course, thought the dolightcd legatee, but ou turning tho leaf tho bequest was discovered to bo 10.000 thanks. What a wot blaukot for "great expectations. " Just as odd was tho codicil of tho deathstrickou humorist who left to certain of his dear relatives "as many acres of Innd as shall bo found equal to tho area iuclosed by tho tract of tho con tor of the oscillation of tho earth in a revolution arouud tho sun, supposing 0 tho mean distance of the sun to bo soinidiamotersof tho earth from it." This was a contuiy ngo, nnd ns the problem could not bo satisfactorily worked out the legatees were kept qt a mean distance from the property all thoir lives. A very neat loproach was convoyed in the will of un undo who bequeathed 11 silvor sp oil to his nephow witli tho remark: "If I havo not left him tho dczju ho knows tho reason," tho young soipcgraco having stolen tho twelfth spoon soinotiino before. 21,-03- DEJERNEffl, HARDINSBURG, K? Wc may not wholly stay lly silence sanctifying, not concealing, llhc grief that must hac way. Blanche A. Fkank. Let every enfeebled woman know it There's n medicine that'll cure her, and tho proof's positive Hero's the proof if it doesn't do you good within reasonable timo, report tho fact to its makers and get your monoy back v itliout n word but you won't do 1 1 it! Tho remedy is Dr. l'ierco's Favorito Prescription and it has proved itsolf tlin right remedy in nearly every caso of femalo weakness. It is not a miracle. It won't euro everything but it has tired, enfeebled dono moro to build-u- p women than any other nnd broken-dow- n medicine known. Where's tho woman who's not ready for it V All that we've to do is to get tho nowa to hor. Tho medlclno will do tho rest. Wanted Women. First to know it. Second to use it. Third to bo cured by it. The ono comes of tho other. The scat of sick headache is not in tho brain. ICegulato the stomach and you cure it. Dr. Pierce's Pellets nro tho Little Itegulators. Only U3 cents a vial. One Way of (llvluc Satisfaction. Incledon, the once famous binger. nover fought a duel, aud he nover intended to fight one. On ono occasion Bomo remarks of his gavo offense to a man with whom tho singer huppenod to fall in company, aud the offended resolved to have satisfaction for his wrongs. Accordingly he limited up Incledon the nezt afternoon, finding him at dinner in a noted hotel. "Mr. Incledon," said the waiter, "a gentleman wishes to see you, sir." "Show him up, then," suid the singer. "Sir," said tho visitor, entering the room in a towering passion, "you have been making free with my name In n very improper mun-neund I've come to demand satisfaction!" After some parleying Incledon roso, nnd, striking n graceful attitudo in tho confer of the room, began to sing "Black Eyed Susan" in his most delightful style, When ho had finished the song ho suid coolly, "There, sir, that has given complete satisfaction to sev eral thousand people, and if you want anything more, I've only to say you're the'inost unreasonable fellow I ever metl" San Fmtteteeo Argonaut. gen-tloinr, Toblnsport, Ind. "Alas! Alas I" the dude exclaims, "in my slender anklo I'vo got pains." "Don't fret," said ma, for whom ho had sent, "I havo somo Salvation Oil." "My timo is up," said tho doctor to tho patient, whom ho found using Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, and ho was coricct, for his cough had been cured. How Nlucnra AVim Formed. Onnt upon n time thero was a beauti- d- -u V'ml" I I Louis, Evansville West and Time-Car- ) This and much moro in tho same vein Mr. Sleigh pointed out with intense bitterness und amazing volubility. Ho believed "the Confederacy was nway to h nnd gone," and ho haul with refreshing frankness that when the end camo, miiho evidently expected it very soou, hfl"wns a gwyno to freezo on to thorn thar mules," nnd tho son of ti gun who tried to take thorn nway from him "would have tho biggest fight on hand old Haborslmm hud seen since Adam was a barefoot boy." That night we encamped in a lovely llttlo valley through which flowed Silver run, a tributary of Hudson's fork, which in its turn is n tributary of tho Savannah. I slept with Sim Sleigh and Bell with McNeil, the other driver: but as wo sat about tho flro beforo lying down, It was evident that tho other driver was quito In nccord with mine. It surprised me then, nnd tho snrprlso increases us I think it over nfter nil theso years, that thoConfederacy rotten within and hammered remorselessly from without lasted us long us it did. And yet, with all tho discontent of theso drivers, if tho Yankees hud nttacked our little camp that night I am certaiu thoy would havo defended their chargo as bravely as If their hearts were entirely given to the war. It wus tho savngo pride that refuses to acknowledge defeat that kept theso heroic men fighting nfter tho principles with which they began were lost sight of mid tho cause that called them out wus entirely boneless, to be continued. hnd just carried (ff tho honors from a fashlonnblo boarding school said, when her mischievous benu swallowed the last spoonful of Dr. BuH'b Cough Syrup. Thanks to tho introduction of Salvation Oil, our young bicyclers need not fear n full. 25 cU. "Ft tu .lirutc.'ns tho young lady, who PILES 1jxSU0,Nuw York City. be,atjL. ful Indian maldeti who was compelled by her family to engage herbelf to marry u hideous old man of her tribe. In her desperation she leaped into a canoo and pushed it over tho roaring breakers of Niagara, preferring the angry waters to the anus of her detested lover. But tho god of thunder, cloud and rain, who watches over the harvest, dwelt iu n cavo behind tho roaring cataract. He caught her just as her frail bark was dashing upon tho rocks below and gnvo her u homo for iany weeks in his own mysterious cavern. From him sho learned many now things, among them why her peoplo died so often. Ho told her how an enormous snake lay coiled up under tho ground beneath her village, and how ho crept out und poisoned tho springs, ho craved the flesh of human beings and could nover get enough of it so long us thoy died from natural causes. Tho maiden remained n tho cavo until her ugly old suitor was dead; thou sho returned, and tho god killed the serpent with a thunderbolt. The great dead suako wns so hugo that when the people laid its body out in death it stretched over moro than twenty urrow flights, nnd ns it floated down the waters of the Niagara it w.is as if n mountain appeared nbovo them. Its corpse was too large to pass the rocks, bo it becamo wedged in botween them and the waters rose over it, thuu fashioning the horseshoe, which remains to this day. Washington Stur, UEREArXEB. Lifo I)&$gd tb l'resent. From their carliost traditions tho Choctaws havo boon taught to bollove in a lifo after thoy loavo this world. Thoy bollove that tho spirit, tho moment that it leaves tho body, is compelled to travol a long distance to tho west, until is arrives at an immoiiso chasm, at tho bottom of which flows a very rapid, rocky, and dangerous stream. This terrible gorge, which is surrounded on overy sido by great mountains, tho soul has to cross on a "long aud sllppory pino log with tho bark peolod off, " tho only to the "happy hunting grounds," which Ho Loyond tho dangerous bridge. On tho bank of tho stream, just on tho other cud of tho log, thoro always stand six persons, who havo reached tho and who "happy hunting grounds," throw sharp rocks at whoover attempts to cross tho treacherous log tho moment tho middle of it is reached. Thoso who havo livod properly, according to the Indian idea of morals, havo no trouble in crossing the log; tho stonos fall harmlessly from thorn, and thoy reach tho "happy hunting grounds, " whero thore is porpotual day, without difficulty. Thcro tho trocs nro over gicon, tho skf cloudless, and tho breezes always gently blowing; thore, too, a oontluuous feast and danco aro going on ; tho people nover grow old, but livo forever aud rove! in Tho wlckod, whon porpotual youtlu they attempt to cross tho dangerous bridge, can see tho stones which aro thrown at them, and in trying to avoid thorn thoy will full from tho giddy holght into t!io awful gorgo thousands of 'cot Lolow tho slippory log; whero a rushing boiling stream is tumbling over the great sharp rocks, filled witli doad fish and animals which aro continually brouglit arouud to tho Baino placo by tho Thoro all tho eddies and whirlpools. trees nro dead, the waters infested by poisonous snakes, toads, nud other looking reptiles, the dead aro always hungry, but havo nothing to cat; aro always sick, but novor die. There Is mi sun, and tlifwlckod aro constantly "climUug upliy thousands on the sides of a high rock, from which thoy can overlook tho boautlful country of tho good hunting grounds, tho abodo of tho happy, but can novor roach it, "Boston Transcript Tho llurvurd Athlete. Tho nthloto In n rocltation is vory amusing. Whon ho outers somo admirer usually whispers his confidauto: , isu't ho a dandy?" Tho "Look at nthloto always looks too largo for his chair In tho class room. You won'or why It docs not break down. Tho book, too, Bcems all out of placo In his big hands, nnd a pencil looks positively funny as he handles it. Ho wears an air of patronage ns if intellectual pursuits were well iu their wuy, and a thing to be encouraged, oven interesting on occasions, but just a little unworthy a man of muscle. Ho likes to stretch out his big limbs, nnd watch thorn In ropose, know lug how much they can do when occasion Tho professor ovon dofers to him a llttlo, unablo to rofuso his though homago topowor-rjv- on it bo physical. Whon ho tfrolls across tho yard mou look out of their windows aftor him. He is pointod out to the young lady visitors, aud tho fair creatures look with awo on tho god liko being whom thoy havo seen battling in mud aud goro for tho honor of Harvard iu tho suporhumaii fashion. Tho athlete during his season of activity does not study mucli. He has to his ouorgios for physical effort. He can neither smoko nor dtlnk. About nil that is loft him is to talk athletics, and for this purposo ho can gat plenty of lUtonori. But whon 4 o'clock iu the t. afternoon comes then ho la iu his And from I to 0 ho tolls away tike a young giant. TUB CHOCTAWS' An Indian Idea or Mm pas-sago GIVEN AWAY BY ADDISON, KY. l -i- nisi i .. , 4 7 I'm Bound To Get There On Time I Whero thoy give their customers tickets and punch out amoi of overy purchase from 5 cents up. When thoy havo bought $25.0(T worth thoy can tako their choico of .any of tho articlos listed below : Large Oil Painting, handsome frame. 1 Cream lace curtain and brass trimmed? curtain pole. 1 Glass Water Set. 1 Camp Booking Chair. 1 Wine Set. 1 Looking Glass, gilt frame. 1 And besides tho abovo attractivo premiums wo will occasionally add moro articles to tho list. When you como in ask to seo them. "Wo have marked down HATS, CLOTHING SHOES. To run them out to make room for Spring Stock. "The Early Bird Catches the Worm," And theso bargains won't last. Dlcclng for Hurled Treasure. An Klcctrlo Cciwcatchor. g A tradition exists about English. ImV i An electric dovico for clcading a track 0 n w.l of obstructions is among tho nowest that tho wyandottos buriod treasure t: ideas. It consists of a triangular steel gold nnd silvor which thoy stolo from , folding frumo, over which u not is tho curly missionaries und other parties i stretched. This is placed on tho front in that neighborhood, and occasionally of a locomotlvo und can bo opened at tho troasuro hunters bocomo a plague. will, catching tho obstruction upon it. Ono of theso fevors is now "on," and as An additional urrangomont is a scoop to tho country is underlaid with iron, the drop on tho track. Tho recent testa divining rods nro leading tho owners to dig, until somo of the Holds look liko wero very satisfactory. Eschungo. nowly planted graveyards. Philadol- Killed Two Deer wllh Ono Churgo of Shot phia Ledger. W. M. Park, of Foscroft, shot a buck and u (J oo with ono discharge- of his gun March winds bring colds, coughs, sore. rocently while limiting near that town. throat, hoarseness and bronchial tnw-T- 7 Ho did not seo tho doo when ho iircd, bles. Your dealer guarantees Lightning-Cougbut when ho wont forward to secure tho Drops to euro all theso nilmoBte,-nnbuck which Ik-- had hit ho was surprised Ilov. J. D. Feather, Jollytown, Pa., find a doo by his sido. Ills gun was to loaded with u heavy chargo of buckshot, says: "Wo havo used Lightning Cough Drops in our family ns occasion seemed and two of thorn had outored tho doo. to require, nnd found thorn good, lam,, Bangor (Mo.) News. satisfied that thoy will do what is claimmedicino in tho ed for them. The best market is Lightning Hot Drops. It is NOTICE, FRUIT GROWERS I positively guaranteed to do na. Make your orders by the lit of October, aaii or hionoy refunded. Ask your we will furnlih jou any kind of dealora about it. Mr. J. ICloodwin, "Lightning Hot SKAXIi TUBES, Lima, S. O., says; STCR-TTSS-i UO. Drops aro wonderful. Havo no equal. ZACK. GREEN, I herewith enclose an order for two gross Maaager Hnrdlaibarg Nnrwj. Lightning Hot Drops." HARDINSI3UKC1 ,KY d d rccom-monded, Wear the Monarch shirt. wimaatfaii f Breckenridge w News. i ,j3 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23. 1802. ' t Thk State Senate Railroad Committco is said to bo dividol on tho soparato coach question. The enterprising Owensboro Dally Inquirer came out in a full suit of green in honor of St. Patrick's Day. BRANDENBURG. Items are frozen up this week. scarce. Mr. C. Anderson, of Irvington, was in town Saturday. Dr. Lon Moremen spent Tuesday and Wednesday at home. Mr. Charlie Ditto, of Howard, visited relatives hero tho first of tho week. Mr. Cummlngs Brown and Mr. Jonas Brown, of Flaihcrty, were in towu on business the latter part of tho week. Miss Alico Chapel, of Little Bend, is hero attending Prof. McAullfTs school. Mr. Albert Richardson, of Vino Grovo, spent last week hero visiting relatives and friends. Messrs. Geo. Wheatley and Robt. E. Yates, of Flarherty, wero in town tho latter part of tho week. Mrs. J. Casperko was called to Louisville Saturday by tho death of her brother-in-law, Mr. Louis Wege. Mrs. Eliza Woolfolk, Mrs. Sallio Clark-so- n and daughter, Miss Reiia, visited in town Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Judson Willet, of Wolf Creek, visited his brother, Hon. B. F. Willctt at this placo the first of tho week. Miss Eliza Johnson left for Louisvillo Wednesday night, where sho will visit her cousin, Mr. D. W. Fairleigh and family. Miss Lizzio Rawliugs, who expected to leave last week for California, was prevented on account of sickness, sho lelt Monday. Mr. Eminett Coleman bought tho property in front of tho Echool house from Mr. Bill Sebastian and expects to make Bovcral improvements. Mr. Georgo II. Sherman, who lived just across the river in tho bottom, died Friday and was buried by tho Odd Fellows Sunday. Tho lodge from hero assisted tho Mauckport lodge in burial service. Kowb TOO MANY CROSSES Will The Bird bg8gBg5g5gKEBgKKBaBggBgaEil 7$n NO D. A VIIUJ1L G. BAHMAOK, Kdltoriand Proprietor!. That is Hatched Omaha Havo, at tggx '- - if M. m is - - H 1 X N. Thk cxccutlvo committee has selected May 10th tho date, and Lexington tho next meeting of tho Kentucky Press Association. Tho placo of meeting is a very good one, nnd tho only objection SHALL NEW YORK HULK THE that could bo mado to tho (Into is that 9tho fried oyster season will bo out by ELECTION t ro- that time, and tho country editor will Tho condition of tho New York Dcmoc- - havo to content himself with a "hot &$& a PrcBOnt Js matter of great con- - sausago or a hard boiled egg." corn to nil tho thinking politicians of tho untry. Republicans think thoy can How's This. victory for themselves In tho dia- Wo Offer Ono Hundred Dollars Re?rjM'ruption 0f tho party that opposes them ward for any caso of Catarrh that cannot - A jXLL m tho very Stato that decides tho pollti-Lc- d bo cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. complexion of tho National adminisF. J. CHENEY & Co., Props., Toledo, tration. But is it a fact that tho election 0. of a president hinges upon Now York We, tho undersigned, havo known F. "With tho Dcmocracy-o- f that J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and beMimJEtJAj alono? . lMIK- - Stato ttnitcd on a good man tho victory lieve him perfectly honorable in all busiwould bo already won for tho Democrats. ness transactions and financially able to an&il ut becauso there are two factions in tho carry out any obligation mado by their i Stato is it absolutely indicative of Ko- - ilrm. : '.t ia3Vlliltnn vihinrvf Tl. 1 ft."irt ilin "Vnu West & TnUA.T, Wliolcsalo Druggists, ofiforfc delegation went into tho Conven Toledo, O. Wadmno, Kin.van & Mak-vi.tion at Cincinnati divided into two fac- Wholesale Druggists, Toledo O. nnd tho vote of tho Stato was lost Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internaltho Democratic candidate, but ho was ly, acting directly upon tho blood and elected. mucous surfaces of tho system. Price It is not a historical fact that New 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. ork has decided tho elections in tho 17 iast, and its importanco ns a pivotal DEPARTMENT,- HARDINSBURG fitiito has diminished wonderfully within Tho same may bo said of Qur years. r :' I -- li.,SI. la. &T. liocnl Tlmo Card. 10,01 a.m. Mali and Expreii going Eit " West a.m. "i " " Eat ..10.44 p.m. KxprtM 5.S7 " Weil 9.46 p.m. " Eait Local freight 11.19 a.m. 10.05 a.m. West " " BOISE AND RUSSELL WILL BE THE CHOICE AT CHICAGO. Such is The Opinion of The Sage of OPENING NEW SHOES 1st tmir t It B' & VtV W Pilot Kidge. I am for a littlo baby, -- Pilot Riixie, near Bowloyvlllc, 15, 1892. Mch. jtf : i r,- : - s.'BPP v, aj J t,- Indiana. In November 1890, there was a rovolu- on in politics in nearly every Republi- - L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. QOINO WEST. Passenger Dally nrr. IIardlnslurg..l2:42 OOINO KiST. p.m. n State, and tho change was so quiet and unexpected as to denoto permanent Reform. It was the assertion of tho freedom ami right of n deceived and oppressed people. By that election several I Jepub-ulica- n States became possibly Democratic, and two or three certainly so. Iowa (jjthen went Democratic tho second time ?igr uovernor, anil elected six Democrats 01 eleven ltepresentatlvcs in Uon- ir-Al ,(jres8. This change has tho Bcmblancoof Tho Republican party in fe permanency. t 7 h thai State, by espousing tho causo of Prohibition, threatened tho destruction Ej&af all property invested in breweries and Ksiflistilleries, and tho German population, ' fcWhlch is considerable, fell out with its WrfftncMnlpH nnil wont, nvnr in Dmnnnmrv nowoveo gtay, Nebraska now has a Democratic of tho Governor and isrepresented in tho Lower vCSSej .. TTniian nf f!nnrrroHa lv n Knliil nnti.TPn. the pj ' publican delegation. In her Legislature 4 fWVUJK SUio Benublican nartv has the smallest of t be threo party representations. Wisconsin is now nlniot cnrtninlv a 'JrfiDemocratio Stato ; and tho Republicans will have to guard Michigan closely if Little thoy hold her in their ranks. rS T." lUiodo Island may be safely counted for . Tl w tKtho Democrats next fall. Would it not b'o yell for tho party to look for a man to fry these States and not give so much to New York? There is now no Passengor Daily arr. Ilanllnsbarg.. 7:50 a.m t jam ??ntt$llon 1A-- uuzcar l '" rfc VIA nMilil ilniwlrt 4lm nlnndnti nnoili' tVUlU UbVlUb lilU V4VL11V11 V.IW4IJ) but iwK fct itis pcssiblc and probable that the ren 10 lotl tho f? wateat. flhfTV" Democrats can tho Presidential U'wl8i.i.-- . t... u x' finely uu nutv .,', cv tl a w win without it. As to nominee he will most r uu mil uu luihur, uuul i. ...!ii i. fl"Tnim flint tlin Tlnlnnrnpv nf tlio onini. .,,1 vi tail ...i ...ill viLtu Tl. .,.,1.. ...nl mi; iuu'iu if.iiit nut .1,. t f l. lit.AK..A.l 1IU111, .1... 1U1U uif iupuuuu- l.l! 111U IU I'V IIUUJUIUU anism. Tho reign of Harrison gives too many evidences of faithlessness to promises to give him a hope of a second term. 1 j 1. i 8. la the-- As tho time for the National Political Conventions draw near there is a weakening of third party elements and a return of many dissatisfied politicians to their first love. There are enough important issues demanding the attention of tho people without bringing in new ones. Tin's may not be a "campaign of education," but it will bo ono of earnest and efficient work. lo ' ' bet Tl icy tl y. lr tt l c r 1 re tl Tho idea that United States Senators should bo elected by the people is thorA Stato oughly Democratic and just. Legislature should not bo made a nominating Convention. There are too many Lowis. chances for corruption, and tho people $24 will pay your board and tuition for aro frequently cheated outjof their choieo one term of eight weeks at Hardinsburg Every StateConvontion this year should Normal School. R. P. Shacklett, Prin. havo a clauso in its platform touching Clocks a specialty, just see, an eight this question. day clock, halt hour strike on gong for The Owensboro Messenger is authority only $5. Just so, call and see. T. C. for tho statement that petitions arc being Lewis. circulated in this county and Hancock Mr. J. K. McCracken and Maj. Clint for tho pardon of Judgo I'ulliam. It has McClarty, Louisville, Col. J. D. Powers only been a short time slnco Governor and Mr. V. Stirman, Owensboro, wero in Brown refused a pardon to Judge I'ulliam town Monday to attend the salo of tho on a petition, said to havo been signed Tar Springs property. by numerous pcoplo of this county. Watches, don't undertake to beat them Yes,and that silver and plate ware, ladies' SK.VATon Hill made tho greatest effort and gentlemen's jewelry has to bo seen to of his lifo beforo tho Mississippi Legisla- form an idea. Make a stop and see. T. ture. His speech was a long ono and C. Lowis. Kven if Mr. was soundly Democratic. Rov. Charles Royster and Lcroy Roys-teHill does not win tho nomination he asand Dr. Gallaway aro here from sures tho country that there shall bo no Cairo, Ky., assisting Rov. L. E. Campbell break among tho Now York Democrats, in a protracted meeting. Thoy nro stopbut that thoy will all pull ns one man for ping with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Witt. tho nominee. Kids and loafers, you will pleaso givo mo my room and time, for tho uso and The weather wo havo been having for benefit of business and customers. Take tho last ten days has stifled tho memory notico at once. T. C. Lowis. of tho oldest inhabitant. Not only so, Tho protracted meeting which has but it lias knocked tho peach crop in been in progress at tho M. E. church Texas and been on a high throughout tho South for tho past two weeks has been South generally. Whon it comes to re- quite successful. Thoro has been several cording tho weather March usually takes conversions nnd two or threo persons tho cake. havo professed sanctlflcatlon. I handlo all kinds of musical instruThe very idea of a great and prosperous ments and music, sheet and book, vocal county liko Brcckcnridgo enclosing a and instrumental, don't forget tho placo $11,000 jail with a rough, common look-- , T. C. Lewis. ing fenco I It makes every good citizen Mr. James RobaTtls has a blblo in his with tho least degreo of county prido possession which was printed in tho about him, blush for shnmo overy timo year 1771. It was brought hero from ho goes to Hardinsburg. Scotland by his grand father years ago and is quite an odd looking book. Mr. . The Kentucky Press Association will Robards prizes it highly. be held at Lexington, Ky., May 10 and Tho Tar Springs property was sold nt 11. Mr. A. Y. Ford of tho Courier-Journdoor Monday for $7,200. tho court-hous- o will deliver tho annual oration. Mr. J. K. McCrackon was tho purchaser. It is understood that a now company is l'OIl tub IILOOII, Weakness. Malaria. Inillirollon ami to bo formed at onco, when stops will bo Ullloiuncss, take UUOWN'H 1IIO.V IIITTKRS. taken to improve tho property nnd put It cures qulcklr. For ealo by all ilealors In it in shape for summer visitors. BWdlclne. Oct tho genuine. r, Quarterly Court next Monday Sowing machine supplies. T. C. Lewis Mrs. Haffey went to Louisville Tuesday. Buy your groceries from Hardin it Brown. Mr. B. F. Beanl returned from Louisville Monday. Mr. James Patterson, Cloverport, was iu the city Monday. Mrs. Frank Haswcll returned from Ohio county last week. Miss Effio Black is here visiting her sister, Mrs. Jolly Mcador. Miss Clara Beardsley is visiting her grand mother, Mrs. V. Daniel. Hardin & Brown havo the best assortment of fancv candies in town. Dr. J. G. Hunt, Cincinnati, was in town last Saturday and Sunday. R. M. Jolly, W. J. Piggott and Mr. Otto, Irvington, were in town Monday. Mr. John Lewis has moved his shop into the house near Jubal Hook's mill. Mrs. Richard Shellman went to New Albany, Ind., Tuesday, to visit her sister Rev. Campbell camo up from the Forks of Rough Monday to attend tho revival. Miss Mary Allen, of Louisville, came down last Friday to visit her father, Col. Alf Allen. Call and seo our Webster'sUnabridged Dictionary given as a premium with tho News for $2. Dr. A. M. Kincheloo has had his office up town newly papered and painted and otherwise improved. J. B. Board, of Rosetta, was in town Monday. Ho is arranging to move to Texas in a few weeks. If you want a fine piano or organ it will interest you much to seo mo beforo buying. T. C. Lewis. Tho application of Jesso Rasson for a druggists license was dismissed in the County Court Monday, The farm was sold at the court-hous- o door Monday, Mr. G. W. Beard was the purchaser at $285 00. Hensley, Jolly & DeJernetto have sold their hardware business to Jos. and Tice Miller. The trade was closed yesterday. Umbrellas and parasols mado good as new, walking canes for sale, Italian and steel strings for all instruments. T. C. Poor-houso STEPHENSPORT. Mr. Geo. Barkley went to Irvington Friday. C. C. Perrigo, of Cloverport, was in town Sunday. Mr. Jas. McKaughn returned from Morgantown last week. Mr. Huston Stiles was at Hardinsburg and Irvington last week. J! Miss Fannie Bmshcar, of Preston, opened spring school hero Monday. Mr. Add Bennett was homo for a few days last week. He has left tho steamer Tell City. Wo think it n mistaken idea, about this being spring, as tho "beautiful Snow" is still with us. Mr. Samuel Taul and family moved here last week. They have rooms at Mrs. Wilson Jarrett's. Mr. London, Louisville, has charge of tho section here, Milt Mathena, tho former boss, is on the Hardinsburg road. Mrs. Leo Dowel has opened a hotel on Main street next door to Hank's House in the residence of Mr. Mike Blain, ho and family are boarding there. Mr. Roland Smith, Hardinsburg, was in town again last week. We hope he has decided to locato with us, as we bes lieve u livery stable would be profitable here. Again wo hear rumors of a gas well and brick plant for our port. Tho clay s hero is and no mistake, and tho question arises, why is it not advertised by thoso owning the land, so that tho outside world and thoso who would bo most interested in such matters would hear of it, and in such manner it would prove beneficial to themselves nnd tho Prof. Tebow Confirms The Rumors Wo town. Have Heard Respecting His Good Luck, And selects Cloverport first-clasfirst-clas- Being confined at homo by my business very closely, I seo but little of tho outside world. But tho hours in which I am not at work I devote to reading, and I seo that as tho timo approaches for political conventions that most of the talk is about what par-tic- s will be In tho field and their prospects. So if you will bear with mo a little wo will havo a chat. To commence, I am a farmer, but cannot join tho Alliance. Many of my friends belong to tho order, nnd I think they believe they nro right. But I havo been reading their papers nnd think if thoy follow tho ndvico of most of them, they will soon regret it. All of them I think endorso tho Economist. Well, I had as soon follow tho flag of Garza, tho Mexican Revolutionist. Ho favors an agrarian law straight out, to say nothing of his other abominations. Tho egg they .expect hatched at Omaha tho 1th of July, '02 will produce n bird with too many crosses. Tho breed will soon run out. AVell, I havo been in tho Democratic church just forty years, and tho doctrine, if preached right, suits me. Wo do liko all other churches. If tho preacher don't suit, wo call another. But still hold our doctrine. I havo been asked to name our candidate for tho coming election. That looks to mo an easy thing to do, but men differ. If I could mako n nomination, you would have to voto for Morrison and Carhslo or Mills. That in my judgment would givo you tho best ticket. But matters will stand in such a shape nt Chicago that Boiso nnd Russell will bo best. Tho thing to do should bo to let New York alone. It will bo Hill against tho field. Tho field will bo Boise, Dickerson, Palmer, Gray, Carlisle and Gorman, with Boise ahead. As they aro dropped, their backing will go mostly to Boiso Anally. He will amid tre mendous enthusiasm come in an easy winner. Then when they turn around, they will sec tho East standing solid for Massachusetts gallant son, Gov. Russell, and tho Westand tho South will embrace him; and with hands stretched from AVcst to East across tho North and tho South, wo can dance to tho center. New York will find that to receive recognition at the hands of tho party, sho will havo to quit her fussing and fall in line. The woolly West can nnd must win, the South with her columns unbroken will stand by her. Wo do some bad things and, defeating Mills for Speaker was one of them. But tho Democratic party is tho only chauco we havo to savo us from ruin. Tho policy of tho Republicans is to placo tho monoy of tho country in the hands of a few nnd crush tho masses. All we havo to do is to stand shoulder to shouhler, each do his duty, and on tho 4th of March, '03 wo will havo a Democratic President from tho West installed and a Democratic Congress, and soon tho Senate. With threo cheers for Boiso and Russell, I close, L. A. Footi:. Mn. Eiiitoiu Pretty, prittling littlo baby, With its feet so soft and round Thinks its feet arc newly found. 2d pair f fc. vt w ' "".. . v ,'", if J am for a littlo girl, May bo Mary, Ann or Pearl With eyes of black or brown or blue, Arched instep, wears a pretty shoe. J"i '"w Wl maw 3d pair I am Wo desiro to call your attention to tho following brands of for a little boy. Ilartim, scaruin, world's his toy, He is romping, ho is rough, Tell you what I'll keteh it tough. 4th pair Men's, Ladies' and Children's I am for a lady fair, Perhaps of beauty rare, And of taste the most refined, I'm handsome, suited to her mind. A. LENZ & CO., 5th pair , am for sonic young man, The Htmutest in the land, I may some day to Congress go, Or the White House for what I know. I am for sonic aged lady, Whose side of life is termed tho shady; I . BURT & PACKARD, JAMES A. BANISTER, C. M. HENDERSON & CO. Sec Goods that arc stylish nnd warranted to fit and wear well. them before you purchase your Summer Outfit. Cth pair Wc have arrangements with the manufactures to furnish any size wanted, if wc have not what you want in stock, can get them foryoti in a few days. Who, most all these shoes, has worn before And to Heaven now, is near the door. 7th pair I am for an aged man, Whose life's race is nearly ran, He has been young and bright and gay, But ne'er again will see that day. smart & CO, The biggest line in We are here to sell These Goods are Cheap. CLOVERPORT, KY.y EJBgBgBgsgggBSBgggEgffiffiffiBgBQBg VEST You will find constantly a full stock of Hungry for Trade BRECKENBIDGE COUNTY. City Bakery and Confectionery, Fresh Bread, lent assortment of Frc3b and Pure Candies. Everything fresh and clean. CLOTHING ... ... ... I Rolls, And we are going to do it. -- CAKES, CANDIES, ETC. Also a full lino of Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods, and an excel- Men's suits from $2.50 up to $15.00 Fine Brown Suits from 6.00 to 1500 Youth's Suits from to 2,60 7.00 Boys' Suits from to 4 00 90c 6.00 Good Men's Sunday Pants fiom to 2.00 Good Working Pants, Cotton Worsted at if i.oo up Good Cassimerc Pants from $i.io to 1.75. Good Bull Dog Jeans Pants from 6t;c to $1.75, IT'S A FACT. For His Future Home. Full Stock Brogans from 75c to $1.60. Good Sunday Shoes from $1.15 to .$4.50. -- McDANIELS. Wo solicit your orders for cakes nnd confections for special occasions which wo aro prepared to fill on short notico. Miss Nellie Hunter is attending school at West View. 'Squiro Parson and family left for t3 A-'JL'ID- Hero In IIIh StlltcmohC. Nnw Amiany, March 10, 1892. Mn. KniTon Rnsi'UCTim Sin I seo so many reports in tho papers, and none of them being correct, I will givo tho truo statement to tho old reliablo News. I am asked when will you get your money and how much will you get. Now, Mr. Editor it is as follows: Ono residence, valno $30,000, ono hotel DoVille, value $250,000, ono Park value $15,000, ono house valuo $10,000, ono house in Metz $5,000, $405,-00- 0 in bonds at 3 per cent, interest on bonds $41,000, $8,500 timo bonds expire Aug. 1891. Lease on hotel expire 1894 Tho other property wo can sell at any .Men's Good Hats from 20c to $3.00. i Texas Sunday. Mr. Clias. Jarboo is in Louisvillo purchasing his spring stock. Miss Emma Glasscock will begin her school hero the first of April. Miss Nannie Hunter is talking of visiting friends and relatives in Cloverport. Jarboe Bros., clai m to havo shipped fourteen hundred dozen eggs during thj month of February. Mr. Thomas Parson, who has been confined some timo with the la grippe- and pneumonia is convalescent. Mr. Win. Dockery, tho well known blacksmith at this place, has secured a position In tho machine shops at Cloverport. Miss Mittio Fraizo, who has been visiting friends at Webster and Irvington for tho last two weeks, has returned home. The Rev. R. B. Campbell has returned homo .from Caneyville, 'whero ho has been assisting tho Rev. Crandell iu n meeting. CHAS. RIEDEL & CO., Oor. Wall and Poplar Sts. CLOVERPORT, KY. Spring Millinery I am now receiving and opening a beautiful collection 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.6oc. Fine Unlaundried Shirts 40c. Fine Laundried Shirts 45c. to .ft. 50. Socks from 5c to 25c. Trunks and Valises at all piices 75, $1.00 and $4.00. SHIRTS BIG SPRING. Snow storm hero tho 10th. Too many visitors for us to mako noto of nil. Democrats aro for Cloveland ; Republicans for Harrison. . Everybody has tobacco beds. Big crop will bo planted here. Mr. Will Miller and Miss Ida Bowlcy, of near here, wero married tho 13th. Mr. Tom Hardin is clerking for Jacob & Meyer. Tom is making a good clerk. Mr. Tom Durbin has concluded not to go on his farm out on tho Constantino road this spring. Wo pauso to know Why. of now and bewitching time. IlEiits J. M. Tebow, living; T. J. Tebow, dead; Laura B. Tebow, dead; Frank Thomas, living; Ed Thomas, dead ; Fronia O'Connor, living; My part will bo about $3S0,000, tho others, part about $150,000 each. Tho Nkws says I am still cutting marble, so I am, though, ono or two more years will let mo out. Then what? Then I will Thoy embrace tho leading styles and in shape and colorings como to Cloverport pay everybody that I Imagino bowildoring To describo is impossible. owe, and pay them doublo tho amount. 1 excelled. will then build a fine houso and bo ono of Cloverport'8 best dads, and I will re- tions of delicato member tlioso who did favors to mo in tho past. I remain yours Respectfully J. W. TKnow. Trimmed flats and Bonnets ALL NOVELTIES. cannot bo combina- Our goods were bought direct from the best manufactures for cash in big lots, and we are determined not to be undersold. Come and get our prices before making your purchases. GOODMAN & KLEIN, Cloverport, Ky. DO YOU WANT va ,sy tartar Laces, Rich Ribbons and Exquisite Flowers If you can LOOK AFTER THIS! then come and seo reality. bo below your expectations. Let not cost detor, prices will m vss a m mk urn n mm MRS. H. V. DUNCAN, CLOVERPORT, KY. Mr. Herman Moycr, of tho firm of Even if you'ro far away, turn your glass in our direction and seo this Jacob & Meyer, has just returned fiom chanco to buy now things in LouiBvllle, whero ho has been purchasing his spring stock of goods. Chiffon, Hamburgs, Laces Smyrna The First of The Season. Tho Young Ladles Aid, of tho .Methodist church will on Tuesday, April 12th run an oxcursion to Louisvillo nnd re- AND EMBROIDERIES. Also a big lino of -A- Hfcnej trained, broke and for, market. half mile tiack and a We have a flnt-clacompetent trainer. All itoek entruited to our We know caro will have ipeclal attention. ourbuslnen and know how to handle hones. If you hare a good hone lend blm to ui and we will put him In a condition to bring you big money. ii HORSES TRAINED. Qxed I. W. HARPEE'S NelsonCo.Ky.Wliiskey A GENTLEMEN'S A We want to impress on the minds of per sons who buy Furniture in this vicinity that we can save them from 10 to 15 per cent, by buying it from us. McGLOTHLAN BROS., WHISKEY. A WHISKEY FOR THE SIDEBOARD. Irvington, Ktj Wm.S. NEVITT & BLAND, Uailn Spring Stock Farm, near inV'XNQTON, KY. WHISKEY FOU THE SICK ROOM. Sold by Brockonrldge Circuit Court. Allen'i, Adia'r.) Iia NOTICE. beg to announce to the publlo that I aw A --nn.AH..J DVIV .IgVUh. CUr II. ..In .(- If Alf Kin fll USJ..IU .fliVIU.Vl. D.l. farnooa Drunk of Hand Made Sour Main Dourj bon Whliky, of Leltohfleld, Ky., which 14 guaruniecu lo do pure. XV. L. UEAVIN.Bole Agent! M. P. POPHAM, 0L0VER1'0UT,KY. PRONS-SULZRR'S turn. Leave Clovorport tripfLGO. 8:15 a. in. Round Jnmca J. Armstrong, Chicago, waa in Cloverport, Ky, tho city Monday. Jjoula Waggoner, Illtes Hun, was in tho city Saturday, Wm. 6. Allen'i, JUIn.J iW. All tieriom having cIMmi aralmt the tateof Win. S. Allen, aro hereby notlued ei. to produce them before tne properly proven on or before the (lnt Mondny fn April, Ibtf2, V. Q. BADI1AOE, M. 0. D, 0. 0. Notice In Equity. I Clovorport, Kl ffljTfWltttiytiwjijrtijiM I I' i Tho big land salo yesterday is another UNION STAR. ovidenco that Cloverport real estate has Henry Winter. Wm J. Winter. Johu M, Borntracger n value. This samo land was bought Alf Root is now a German professor. Mr. Willie English was in town But Must Show Causo In Court Office in Dr. White's nhl Hand up tlairs. somo ten years ago for $0 per aero and sold yesterday (or $200. It was no boom Saturday. Why Ho Should Not Pay An OL.OVERPORT. KY. salo cither. Hubert Bruiicr visits Preston quite Honost Debt. frequently. Miss Katlo Board, who has been visitA. R. C. Richardson has returned from ing relatives In Concordia, camo down And Will Answer To The Charge Of Louisville. on tho City of Owensboro last WednesMr. Sam Reynolds, of Rome, was in Warm wcathor is not iar ofi, nnd if you want to bo smart, Sinning Against Tho Commonday and stopped off at Stephcnsport CANNEITON, IND. town Friday. wealth By Calling a Lady nnd got nhend of your neighbors, you will como to our storo now Suite mado lo order li tlio best stylo. whero sho visited her aunt for a short Tho News has tho will wishes of tho Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. time, returned to her homo at Garfield a Liar. beforo tho warm weather brings tho great rush and select Saturday morning on tho cast bound correspondent. Miss Maggio Curt visited Undo Frank train. your new Suit for Spring and Summer wear, or an outfit for All Tlint (.litter In Not Uolil. A. A. M. D. On Sunday tho 13th Rov. J. W Bris-to- and Aunt Kitty Sunday. your boye. That all that glitters is not gold, is This placo will soon bo on a boom in and Rev. II. W. Morton held a joint well illustrated in tho pretentions and the lino of merchandise. Office over Breclenridge Bank. meeting at Hopewell Baptist church Mr.' Sandy Henry was tho jjuest of tho actions of Lovwell Monk now, a tern, CLOVERPOliT, AT. near the Ohio county lino. Tho object , porary citizen of tho Cunningham BotMiss Dora Gardner Sunday. of these Christian gentlemen is to furV There were several attended tho Shllo tom", below Flint Island. nish all churches and communities desIn this bottom nlso lives A. S. Allen, titute of regular pastors with meetings meeting from this placo Sunday. OJ Mr. J. A. Hargis, Cannclton, was tho ono of Breckenridgo's best nnd most and Sunday schools. Let all good citiThat this month of March is dishing up for us, but como any-hofarmers. Somo timo ago Mr. zens regardless of sectarian views en guest of Mrs. O'iNell last Sunday. You will find it very much to your interest to como now. Allen had a grocery storo on Portland Mr. and Mrs. Lou Roberts wero tho courage tho reverend gentlemen in then Avenuo in Louisville, which was kent Our stock is complete and frcsli, and tho prices as low as at any guests of Mrs. Bruner Wednesday. good work. mostly by Mrs. Allen and their son, Mrs. R. G. Rlckctts has been ill for whilo Mr. Alien Tho Pasco County Democrat, of Florother time. remained on tho farm. some time, hopo she will recovci soon. ida, has this to say about an Capital Stock $25,000. A year ago or moro tho store with its Rev. A. A. Keith, pastor of tho Mr. Board Dent, of Clifton Mills, was contents was consumed by fire and thoy B. F. BEARD, President. Baptist church, is very popular, not tho guest of Miss Mala Root last Sunday. did not resumo business, Mrs. Allen reonly with his flock, but with tho pubWILL MILLER, Tho Sunday school nt this placo is well turning homo, and tho son going to Lexlic generally. He is an ablo preacher, attended. Hope it will continue to bo ington to attend college, where ho now M. II. BEARD, Cashier. an earnest worker and a thorough and so. is. 1 methodical leader. Ho will doubtless 0. W. BKAKD While tho store was running, Monk Tho gound pig surely saw his shadow, Dire tor MORRI8 KSKRIDQE perform a good work in our midst and judging from tho weather wo havo been was living in tho neighbornood, and as J R. M. JOLLY. do much towards elevating the spiritual having. ho appeared to bo a very religious and INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS and moral tono of the community. Prof. Cunningham's school has in honest person, and as ho was out of emA protracted meeting will begin in tho creased considerably in tho last few ployment, and his family was in need of News. groceries for their daily Bustenanco, Iw school houso at Irvington on Monday weeks. night after tho first Sunday in May, to Mr. O. M. McGlothlan made a break was allowed to run an account amountWEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1892. bo conducted by Victor V. Dorris of tho in tho Spring by starting out in his cart ing to near $100, which has never been Church of Christ. Bro. Dorris comes Sunday. paid, .sometime ago Mr. Allen met LOCAL BBEVITIES. from Louisville whero ho has charge of Well, wo aro all waiting patiently for Monk in Louisville, and on presenting Loronzn Dowell, of Sample, was In the a flourishing congregation, is an able tho ball to open to see who will tako tho his account was told that it could not be paid, but it was just and if ho (Allen) and eloquent preacher and fully capablo first waltz. ' .. city Friday. MANUFACTURER 0P Mr. Beard and Mr. Jenkins wore tho could get him (Monk) a job of work J. B. Hates, Tar Fork, was in tho city of presenting the claims of tho church ho represents. A list of tho subjects to gucstfl of Miss Cora Richardson a few down in tho country tho debt would be yesterday. paid. GaboTaul, Hanllnsbiirg, was in the he discussed will appear in this paper days ago. before tho meeting begins. Allen camo homo and procured work Mrs. John W. Cashman was blessed city yesterday. Just as wo go to press wo receive an with twins, a boy and gill, unfortunately for Monk witli Mr. Ab. Roberts in buildMiss Lila Ilensley is a guest of Airs. ing a houso. Tho job was to amount to additional market report from Len. G. tho boy died. Molly Miller. Miss Blancho Basham is teaching a $100, and Allen agreed to tako $50, nnd Miss Lena Gilliland will teach tho Herndon & Co. which calls special attenEvery one wishes Monk was to havo tho remainder. tion to tho upward tendency of butter. school at Look-ou- t. Spring school at Sample. On tho completion of tho work, Monk Christ Perrigo was in Stephcnsport eggs and poultry. Those articles wero her much success. Miss Haynes, near Garfield, is board- refused to let Allen havo any of it, nnd scarco in tho market yesterday and .Sunday visiting relatives. Deputy Sheriff Will Eamsey rodo tho readily went at tho following prices: ing at Mrs. Nancy Cart's, under tho Allen brought suit and at tho samo time ' Her oyes nro garnishecd the money in Robert's hands. goat in the K. P. lodgo Monday night. Choice country butter, fresh 20 to 22cts. treatment of Dr. Milncr. Tho case will bo called y in Squire W. A. Smith, Owensboro, was in tho Fresh Eggs 12j to 13J cents; Hens $4.00 affected. Unclo Frank Basham was in town a Sover's court at Union Star. city Monday, looking after more horses. to $4.50' per dozen, mixed coops 3.75 to MANUFACTURERS OF In a dispute about the account at Mr. o buggy. Ho The boilers . for tho Patton Brick $4.00, early springers $4.00 to $5.00. fow days ago in his Works have arrived. They aro whop- - Theso figures were received too lato is ono of tho oldest men in tho county Aliens nouso a coupio oi weeks ago, Monk repeatedly called Mrs. Allen a to insert in our regular report, but e and is quite feeble, pcrs. There will bo quite a number of young liar and used other insulting language. II. S. Honnen, Hawesville, was in tho aro pleased to give them hero. Wo procity yesterday looking after his timber pose, through, this firm, to keep the ladies aud gentlemen in this town in a This reached tho ears of Squire Jarrett farmers of Breckenridge posted in re- fow years. They will bo on the list be- at Stephcnsport, and Marshal Morgan ' interests--. & MOULDINGS. was sont up there with n warrant for his gard to all tho latest changes. Mr. II. fore a great while. Tho Rov. S. P. Stiles, of Stephcnsport, arrest. Ho was placed under $100 bond, V. Herndon, a Breckenridgo boy is conMr. I'hilo D. Hawkins has been in tho was in tho city yesterday, and called at Wo wish to inform tho Building Public that tho Third Street Planing Mill has and thiscaso will bo called in Squire nected with this house, has and should g business for a few weeks, office. this g machinery, and that we Stephens-por- t. been refurnished with tho latest improved Jarrett's court at receive a liberal share ot tho trade from and has been successful in capturing a aro now ready to furnish all kinds of builders material in our line, such as Flooring, Miss Suo Gabbert, of Daviess county, this county. beautiful and fino horse. His namo is is n guest of Mrs. Temple at tho Clover- -' Now such aflairs and differences as Ceiling, Siding, Door and Window Frames, Brackets, Mouldings, Ac. "Pilgrim." porf .Hotel. theso arc likely to como up occasionally Can furnish material either in Poplar or Long Leaf Yellow Pine, tho finest Coach, Cab and Caboose. Mr. Clayton Crosson, local editor and in most any community, but what finishing lumber ovor in this city. Havo just received 150,000 feet of clear seasoned Tho County Judgo refused to Machinist Frank Perry left tho shops reporter for tho BitECKE.NRinciK News, makes this particularly interesting is, Yellow Poplar. whisky license for a saloon at Sample, yesterday sick. comes homo to visit his family most that Monk belongs to that wonderful last Monday. Wo aro ablo to compcto with nny other pinning mill in this section of countrv 'Ed Martin, foreman in wood shop, has every Sunday. "Sut" is a hustler after class of either ignorant, duped or hypo- nnd you can savo ten per cent, by ' P. 0. Jlrnshe.ir, Owensboro, has been a a very sick child. seeing us beforo purchasing elsewhere. news and knows how to write it up when critical people, who claim that thoy arc guest of 0. T. Skillman, this city, for Tho trade of Breckenridgo aud Perry counties especially solicited. To tho wife of Engineer Zirkel, March he gets it. sanctified, and that they aro bo immacusoveral days. 10th, a fino girl. Mr. J. II. Bandy, Clifton Mills, was in lately good, that it is utterly impossible on No. 5, is "Tit" Warfiold, fireman Mrs. Captain Ayer's, of Lewisport, is town Friday tho guest of his Bister, Mrs. for them to do any thing wrong. Monk visiting her daughter, Mrs. B. II. Hay-- - laying off a few days. is tho latest Minnie O'Neil, who has lately moved in- is loud in his proclamations of sanctifica-tio- n Stiff Clcmmons, tinner, nes, this city. CLOVERPORT, KY. and is trying to mako a preacher of to tho residence of Mrs. Bruner. Mrs. Mrs. Thomas Young, Morganfield, is new man in tho shops. Charlio Chamberlain, one of tho old O'Neil is tho tailoress and seamstress of that doctrine out of himself. Ho may visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charles tho place, and has lately turned out some bo sanctified, but it seems that ho sins boys, is driver on No. 7. Skillman, this city. very pretty work, and wo wisli her much just liko other peoplo. Engineer Dan Hiniou, who has been Charles Moromen, of Brandenburg, sick, is now ablo to bo up and resumo his success. was in tho city Saturday, a guest of his LONG BRANCH. placo in tho cab. Manufacturers of Domestic and Havana Filler Monuments. brother, R. II. Moremen. "Fatty" Reed and Charlio Evans, enMr. II. S. English returned homo Fri To tho good pcoplo of Breckenridge Miss Addio Ditto Oun AnniE went gineer and fireman on tho "Rough on and adjoining counties wo tako this op- day night. to Henderson Friday to visit relatives. Rats," wero in tho city Monday. Mr. C. Hendricks was in tho city last portunity of acknowledging with gratiShe will remain several days. Passenger Conductor Story is sick and tude our sincere thanks for your liberal Thursday. Tho auction at tho Now York store, freight conductors Shields aud Eugene Mr. Will Chambers visited friends at Saturday, was well attended and the peo- Ireland havo been running in his stead. support for tho last ten years and trust A Specialty made of the following Brands: to merit a coutinuanco of tho samo in Guston Sunday. ple got somo splendid bargains. Georgo Start, foremen in round-houstho future. It lias been our ambition in Bom to tho wifo of Mr. Henry Powell Crawford Lyons, formerly of this coun- has resigned his position and gono to tho past and will ho in tho Henry Olay, Price $60 OO future, to fur- on tho 16th a fino boy. ty, is n candidate for Mayor of Hawes- - accept a position with tho Dennis Long nish s work at lowest prices posLittle Dandy 35 OO Mr. C. II. Ditto, West Point, was hero villo. Tho election is April ith. Company in l)ulsville. sible, with many years of business ex" The World soveral days last week. 33 OO Mrs. G. W. Short and Mrs. R. E. Miko Jungling, Master Machinist, at perience and being workmen oursolves Mr. W. M. Ditto and family spent " Moorman visited Mrs. Oglesby Saturday. shops, will start to DoKovan Saturday wo fcol sure that all orders intrusted to The Breckenridge 30 00 They went and returned by mil. to fceo "Molly." Tho boys think it will us will bo executed in a manner satisfac- Sunday with Mrs. A. Ditto Jr. 16 00 Quick Sale and Small Profit Mrs. W. L. Dooloy Is visiting her Miss Nnnnio Wilson returned last not bo a great whilo until he quits mak- torily to all who patronize us, in fact tho week from a visit of six weeks duration ing thoso pleasure trips. In lots of One Thousand or more a very liberal discount alnumber of fino monuments to which wo daughter, Mrs. Sulivan, of Louisville. among friends near Stephcnsport. Mrs. Mary Hendrick who has been lowed from above prices. James Boyd, formerly foreman of tho can refer wo see no reason why we can Tho Hon. W. L. Burton and wife, of Henderson yards, has come back to the not work up a largo trade. Somo of tho visiting in this vicinity returned homo Our Factory is located at Cloverport, Ky., whero wo havo tho best of shipping California, aro oxpected to visit relatives shops. Tho boys all givo him a hearty notable monuments wo havo mado and Sunday. Wo purchaso nothing but tho best facilities and Natural Gas to dry our tobacco. and friouds in and around this city short- welcome. Jim is a good fellow and a erected aro tho Judgo Jesso W. Kincheloo Miss Nellio McGehee, who is attendquality of tobacco and pay cash for what wo buy. Our Havana is of very fino Vivian Daniol, F. M. Millor, and A. M. ing school nt Poweo Valley, is oxpected ly. desirablo citizen. quality, possessing fino flavor and good burning qualities. Miss Ida Adkins, Sample, came down Tho "Jerk Water," of tho Breckenridge DeJernett, Ilardinsburg; Mr. II. Mead-o- r, homo Friday to spend a fow days. Big Spring; D. W. Burch, Garnetts-vill- o and nro Our Henry Clay and little Dandy Cigars aro thorough-bre- d is in tho shops unshopping Friday. She will attend tho Company (limited) Mr. Ernest Ditto, who has been visit; D. II. Shacklett, Buck Grovo ; W. ' spring term of tho Ilardinsburg 'high dergoing a thorough rohauling. When ing hero for somo timo, started for his guaranteed clear Havana filler. school. sho comes out sho will havo a now steam II. Crecillous, Schoner- - point. Robt. homo, McKinnoy, Tex., Friday night. Our World Cigar is filled with Littlo Dutch and Old Yara, tho best combina Tobin, Tobinsport; Judgo W. W. '" Ira DoIIaven, W. S. Bowmer, Fred break and bo otherwise so improved that Hawesvillo and many other Tabor, tion for a filler ever presented to tho smoking public, and tho genornl favor with similar Lnull receding a tonic, or children who want build-iFraizo, Walter Smart aud Smith English sho will bo almost a now locomotive. structures which is unquestionable which it has been received nnd tho numorous attempts which havo been mado to up, should tako Tho old combination coach No. 21 off visited tho Misses Stephens at Holt SunBROWN'S IKON 1I1TTK11S. of our ability to do good work In imitato our brand, warrant us in saying that it is tho best nickel cigar on tho It is pleasant; cures Malaria, Indigestion, day ovening. tho branch, is now ready for tho road Biliousness, Liver Complaints and Neuralgia. tho monumental art. Whilo wo aro sat market. Oscar Holder left Sunday morning for and to say sho is n "beaut" hardly ex ieflcd with tho patronago from tho peo-p'Our Breckenridge Cigar is also a great favorito, being filled with Old Yara Louisville to accept u position with presses it. Sho is a full grown coach, yet somo of tho peoplo and Pennsylvania filler. James II. Bassett, dealer in wall paper, now, with ladies and smoker department. should not havo it said of them that Tho smoker is finished in oak, whilo tho Our Quick Sale Cigar is filled with tho scraps from tho other cigars and Fourth Avenue. they aio ungrateful in lotting their honwrapped in a neat wrapper, smokes better than most nicklo cigars. Rov. W. 0. Brandon will preach at ladies department is finished in cherry. ored dead from "graves forgotten stretch Holt's Chapel Sunday morning at 11 John Burns did tho carpenter work and their dusty hands" and upbraid them From our friends and neighbors wo ask for tho encouragement duo to homo D. O. Randerfnr did tho painting and o'clock and at Cloverport at night. Sub-jowith shameful neglect. Tho should reontorpriso. work with tho brush. That thoy other at night, Silence, joice at every opportunity which enables aro masters In their particular departCloverport Cigar Co. them to bestow just honor upon tho gas well at tho flouring mill was ments, tho No. 21 stands as a Tho witness. memories of thoso who havo helped to bolng cleaned out yesterday, and lower When she gets back on tho branch, tho Land, Stock and Crops. Cloverport had no gas connection, either pcoplo over thnro should carry spittoons mako their homes and what thoy onjoy. Under this head we wilt publish all sales of Again thanking all who havo patronized for light or fuel during tho operation. stock, land and crops, If you make a sale of any along with them and tako off their overus and said good words for us. Having kind or have stock, land, or produce for s.ilc Dr. A. A. Simons, one of Cloverport's shoes on tho steps. AT THE . just received a largo lot of imported please report It, cither by letter or postal, for promising young mon, recently graduatthis column, marblo and will shortly received a largo ed with high honors at tho Medical UniThe Fierce Addition. First class t Fon Salkmixed Hay. L.timothy hay lot from ono of tho best quarries in Verversity of Louisville, was registered at U. Addison, and choice Mayor Pierco and Gcorgo W. Short mont at very low figures, wo would ask Ilardinsburg yesterday, and will locate havo bouglit ten acres of laud from Mr. Addison, Ky. thoso in need of work to call on us beFor Salo. Ono red work ox, mato 3i,in this city. Frank Fraize, lying on tho pike, opposite fore placing your orders. dead. Apply to Elcazar Coopor, Stophcnsport is not tho largest town, tho Patton Brick Works, and just out-sid-o Very Truly, Ituth Ky. You will find everything you want strangers remark that sho has moro tho city limits. This will bo imbut to eat : J. E. Keith a Son. stroet lamps, and keeps them lighted mediately laid off Into streets, alloys and FOR RENT. SUGAR, COFFE, In purchasing jowolry you must take L0DIBURG. lots for building purposes. hotter than any other town in tho A good and dwelling at Rock FLOUR, "MEAT, cither every possiblo precaution or no As tho cry has long been "build moro county, Llok. It Is a splendid stand for selling goods VEGETABLES, If tho dealer is Tho houses," this is a step in tho right diMrs. IJollo Fitch and Master Verne, precautions whatever. e Is large and In good ropalr. Mr, Court Duncan, who has been at rection, Somo of CANNED GOODS, theso lots are for salo Clifton Mills, are visiting Mrs. worthy of your patronago you can dis- A fine opening for business. Will bo Fitch's rented homo resting up for several days, will and on others, theso enterprising busipense with suspicion ; if ho is not, you cheap. For further information address the CIGARS, parents. y return to Lou'svlllo and resumo ness mon will immediately proceed to TOBACCO, will run moro risks than it is advisablo undersigned his position in tho wholesale grocery build houses, which will bo for rent. FIGS, W. II. Hardin, of Owensboro, is at for anybody, to tako who has money to Th's Is n very desirablo portion of tho J. S. M011T0N, RAISINS, ETC. ' storo of II, C, Armstrong. city, tho land lies high and dry and is homo on a visit. invest. There is not tho least reason in Hock I.Ick, Ky. Dr. James G. Hunt, of Cincinnati, was beautifully situated for residences. In fact everything in the Mr. lleavin, Cloverport, was in our tho world why you should tako any Owing horo tho greater part of last week. Ho look for to tho presont flattering out town this week. chances at all. Tako your custom whoro FARM FOR SALE. a grand and prosperous future camo down to bo present at tho salo of for this hustling little city, there can bo Liae Wo 200 acres of fine land lying on tho line of Grocery&Confecfionery Sunday, March l!tth, a largo number you can also tako your confldonco. tho Tar Springs, as the judgment against no better investment for idle capital in of friends and relatives assembled at givo nothing a falso certificate of char- the Louisville, Ilardinsburg and Western railroad, and known as the Uuslu Spring Farm, this section of country than to put it in samo was in his favor, Thankful for past favors. ReCloverport real estate, and poreons hav- Walnut Grovo to pay tho last sad tribute acter and you can Implicitly rely upon Improvements, bouse and barn. Will be sold Tho Republicans hold a meeting at ing tho ready money should see these of respect to Miss Annio B. Cox who every representation that wo mako. Wo very low, far below Its value and on liberal spectfully solicit you to call, we Ilardinsburg Monday in ratification of lots and learn prices, l'hoy will not dii-- on Friday at her homo near Hen- havo a cholco lino of Gold Kings, terms. Farm Is In high state for cultivation, take great pleasure in waiting having rested up for three years In grass. upon you. tho district meetings that were held all only pay a Bplendid per cent, in rent derson, Ky. Tho family havo tho deep- Watches, Clocks, Spectacles and Musical For further particulars address when houses aro built on thorn, but thoy est ovor tho county somo days ago. It was will doublo in price within few sympathy of their many frionds. A Merchandise J. A. CONE, a months a harmoulous alfalr and every thing Care Hess, Ilenly A Co., Thoro Is no stopping thomovo wo numbor of frionds camo up from HenF. N. D'HUY, Jeweler, havo on us now. went off pleasantly, derson with tho corpso. LOUISVILLR, KY. Established 1S73. OLOVIiKl'OKT, KY. Janngcr, Physician Dr. J. M. Clayton, Surgeon, HE IS SANCTIFIED. vi! Merchant Tailor, Simons, J. KIRST, IT'S -- BOUND fO COM! WALDORF FRONT 2 IN. lew I FRONT AVALON iH IN. BACK OACKlHlM. i IN. Physician -.-- Surgeon w ? BANK Don't Mind the Weather pring Styles U COLLARS AND APSU3Y PROMT g IN. M well-to-d- o HM HARDUTSBTJUG H 3TV Julius Winter & Co., e01l Reliable" Clotliiers Cor. Third and Market, Louisville, Ky. STEPHENSPORT I)CK 1 IN.I fluff d viuip I II" 4 ! -- Theso shapes aro endorsed by Fashion, and are refined and genteel in design whilo perfect in quality and make. 4 Sec our lino of Breckenridge Windsor Bows -IWe are showing a very nice line. & Searfsfl Jl In Bond St. Blues and New Easter Shades. SHINGLE and LATH FACTORY. CHRIST BEST, Proprietor N SHIRTS STTIDZIEIRi . Shingles, Laths, Hogshead Staves Stephensport, Ky. Third Street Planing Mill Ceiling, And Dimension Stuff. ft vi- 'yzrj b IN. r .z -- vs -- ?1 MERTON FRONT M IN. BACK MASTER iM IN. TRONT DACK 'Wtl iW INi, two-hors- Flooring, D00K Siding, Brackets, FrjKNITTJKE Tho regular and re- ! FTJKNITTJRf?! FUENITtrEj MICHAEL HAMMAN. liable Furniture deal- WINDOW FRAMES, wood-workin- er Is always on hand with a full stock In- horse-tradin- cluding Sewing Machines, Coffins,! w& Frames, Burial Caskets Picture Trimmings, Etc. Third Street Planing Mill, Kti9 v- - CLOVERPORT CIGAR CO. His prices shall bo such, quality considered, that no legitl houso can undorsoll him, and ho is determined to meet tho markd tho prico bo what it may. Always call on him and ascertain tirices foro purchasing elsewhere Ho means just what ho Bays. Ho Cannot; 00 unuersoiu. m. liAMMAfl, Uloverport, KyK, Anxious To Sel H first-clas- .... The largest line of Goods in this county. We are hero to sell, and We are going to do it. We have this season the Largest stock we have ever Carried, and our line has been Bought with a view to Please the trade. We have special bargains in GENT'S . : T purnishing;goods. We take the lead in NECK WEAR, it is tho town talk. In Ladies' DRESS GOODS ovi-don- e, well-to-d- o ct We have the latest. Particular attention is called to our Immense stock of SHOES, in which We take great pride in showing. In fact wo lead the procession And thoy all know it. J Stop! Stop! Stop! Bankrupt STORE B. F. Beard THEY ARE UNITED. k Co., storo-hous- HARDINSBURG, KY. Capital, J$7TC0,000. store-hous- to-da- The Tradesmens National Bank OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 201 BROADWAY. urganueu as Jamci fi. Gruniii. FraiH. a mate nans; 4 jbzj Under National Act Vica-Fres't. 1805. F. . H. Moorman. Logan C. Murray, Oliru ACCOUNTS Btm. Cukto, INVITED. ' COURESrONDENOK INVITED. a2R3MM$&MmIM , - .V. ,'fJ .14- - '.u.JMi -s- sftfS. "Breckenridge .WEDNESDAY, News. 23, 1802 Hill. Fairflold had a flvo thousand dollar BLED BY A BARBER. flro last week. and Owcnsboro k Ereckenridge County Boy's First boWhltcsvillo by telephone. will soon connected The Indian Experience In 0. Fletcher Bennett, tho optician nnd Territory. , jewolor, of Louisville, is dead. Doca Not Prohibit. inhibition i Thcro is an exodus of Warren county .tkau. Indian Tkiimtoky, March 9, peoplo to tho rice fields of Louisiana. -- Deau Nkwb This morning soon ;.' Capt. Thomas Speed, an old and re- v. tfrte r Minriso I stepped oft" the train nnd spected citizen, of Nelson county, is ad(tho acquaintance of a hlizzard and ,, , 'lber. I would not wiHincly take dead. i lapt J.Er. thor back to Breckonridgo with me. Henry Bennett, of Mctcalfo county, is-- r was thrown from his horso and instantly tCu-v&fstftbo day is na disagreeable almost as killed. of tho winter just past, Rev. W. D. Mooro has been appointed MjR" Tho barber used to bo on tno uroy School of Anderson Superintendent .T&sgle and other Ohio river boats; hence, counyt. 3ii would expect him master of his art, If you covet appetite, flesh, color, vigor, take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Sold by . my bleeding faco attested his incom- -' druggists. i&tency. Let other rambling boys noto Capt. John A. Itohinson, an old and I M Tj jife and shavo beforo they como here, well known died of Bright's disease, at Bowling Green. , did you know that tho laws forbid Wnyno county has an oil well that has illing of introxicants in tho Indian . IHtt tgry? Ono is not oven allowed to yielded more than 2000 barrels of oil, and let in continues to flow about 50 barrels a day. rX r x.. jV"Mh Hiiiero lor ins own uso. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is adapted to of tho watchfulness of officers, is brought in from other places every ago and to either sex. Being very many lips smack over tho bottle. palatable, tho youngest children take it nly this morning a young Cherokee readily. let mo peep into his valiso ' BHwp' Toby Hendricks, an outlaw, was whip'"kJMSrWK to fix well filled ouart bottles wero ped by white caps at Mayfield, and igfy stored. This sanio jolly fellow given a limited time to get out of tho not in tho least offended when I ro- - state. Ho got. ? refused, as all Brcckenridgo boys do, to At Olympia, Henry Scott and Sam Swarts had a battlo with pistols. Swarts .. , liu you over nave reason 10 ucnove was killed outright arid Scott was wound. that .you wero tho luckiest and happiest ed nnd arrested. person alive ? Well, I have; and surely A runaway horse, with a negro boy on 1 have nothing to render me other than in his back, ran against a lamp-poa contented man. Louisville, and broke his own neck and Friends, unexpected, prove themsel ves bo on every sido. Sinco leaving the boy's leg. Lila Ellis and Addio Evans, two negro lomo a few days ago, I have met persons ng since lost, except to memory. Wo women, of Louisville, had a light. rure thrown together long enough to Evans bit Ellis in the car and she died xchango greetings, wish each other from the efl'ects of the wound. There is comfort for tho man with a od speed" and go each his way with piematurely gray beard in Buckingham's lighter heart. was fortunate enough to meet for a Dye, because it never fails to color an . :qw minutes I'rot. js. u. Urahbe, wno is even brown or black as may he desired. . 1 f rw ...11 !... Jim Stono whipped Tom Wade at a i:u iiuuwii tu iuuuv ui uur iiumu IWU' 10. Hie Prof., I understood, is a well colored festival in tho Baptist church at 'salaried, successful, traveling man. His Glasgow. Wade went oir and got u pis. ..... V. little Annie, ho says, is "the sweetest lit' tol, and returning shot Stono through .cherub in exist- - the leg, then skipped. jr tlo Early Risers, Early Risers, Early tho great waiting room of tho St, Risers, the famous little pills for constit t .' .iT.niiiH'flnnnt. vnRrordnvJ T rnfilpil fnrn min. pation, sick headache, dyspepsia and wx.. J ... nervousness. Sold by Short & Haynes. fc .. rri,n n..nu:n ii..n.i..i..ot:..nt:n.. , AUU UUVSUUU, JUUI UtOMUIUlUU JUIO. BowThe Republican yas answered with "Oklahoma." "irom ling Green resulted convention at The in a race split. Where?" "Near Clovcrport." If I re- Whites and Blacks held separate conWjtp member correctly his name was Carney. ventions and two sets of delegates- - will '& . I am told that three million acres attend the district nnd shite conven' more of land will soon be opened up for tions. Tf- settlement, if it is truo 1 shall he on Wo truly believe De Witt's Little tliQ ground to sco the rush, and send full account to tho News. However, it is yet Early Risers to bo tho most natural, uncertain nnd, possible, that it will not most effective, most prompt and econobe accepted. Tho strip is between Okla mical pill for biliousness, indigestion and inactive liver. Sold by Short & homa and Kansas. Thcro arc some things which displease Haynes. Ono is, the disposition of the riie. Tho steamer Guiding Star on her up wttx " wipowerhil to crnsli tho weak. Another, trip last Thursday caught firo near ' tho uso of knowledge to confound tho Ind., and ;Mrs. Belle moro ignorant. Another, tho paying a lady passenger died of fright. f of C cts. per milo railroad faro in tho The flro was extinguished and tho boat Indian Territory. Another, the h.iiiL'ht- - saved. !3j&r ness of a sleeping car porter. Another, Mrs. L. It. Patton, Rockford, 111., M 2 tho price paid for a half meal at a rail- writes: "From personal exiwriencc I road restaurant. can recommend Do AVitt's Sarsaparilla, Somo pleasant things are: People a cure for impure blood nnd general del'-.V- V wm whoso hearts aro bigger than their bility. Sold by Short & Haynes. bodies. Polite ticket agents and accom-- J The Goehel lottery bill has passed odatlng railway men. Tho feeling of satisfaction which follows an act of kind- both houses of tho Legislature, received ness. Men and women who respect tho signature of tho Governor, and the J: character moro than clothes. A man wheel has ceased its rolling probably for who will acknowledge that ho was over, in the famous old "lottory state" of wrong, and who won't do tho same Kentucky. Policeman Heep went on a St. Patrick wrong act tho second time. Followers of tho Golden Itule. Tho same kind of tear in Louisville, dressed in uniform aflcction nt homo that is displayed in with pistol and club. Ho created conpublic. Peoplo whoso actions attest the sternation among the colored population along his beat, running them all into truth of their good report of selves. A young Missourian and I walked their houses. over this afternoon to see tho flvo thouDr. Henry C. Miller, who has so long sand head of cattle owned by a man near held the position of Coroner in LouisChateau. Picture tho number, on a ville, is dead. A vast concourse of Bloping plain, then, in your eagerness to mourning relatives and friends followed possess cattle, don't wish for tho herd, him to the grave. Dr. Thomas F. Berry but bo moro easily satisfied by wishing is appointed coroner in his stead. it wero in your power to call to life tho It is n fixed and immutable law that to have good, sound health ono must immenso field and dnvo them oft" tho your own. You would then havo moro havo pure, rich and abundant blood. is no than the average Brcckenridgo herd con- There coursoshorter nor surer route than of Do Witt's Sarsaparilla. by a tains. Sold by Short & Haynes. Ono of tho sad things of lifo'is tho Sheriff N. R. Dickerson attached a damper which comes over tho bright hopes, youth expects fulfilled as soon as Cincinnati Sothern freight train at homo and dear ones can bo left for tho Nicholasvillo to satisfy a judgment of city or tho far West. Young enthusiast, something over $3,000, and held it for if you will take my advice, you will stay moro than nn hour before matters were on tho old homestead where temptation "fixed up," so it could resumo its Jourcomes not, where you are far happier ney. hf surrounded by helping friends than you If dull, spiritless nnd stupid; if your aro elsewhere battling upward among blood is thick nnd sluggish ; if your apstrangers. petite is capricious and uncertain, you Proof of tho foregoing pan l seen in need a Sarsaparilla. For best results tho following. In tho city of St. Louis I take Do Witt's. Sold by Short & Hayyesterday met a young man known to nes. many of your readers. When in KenSinco tho last hope of a now trial or tucky ho held a good, responsible, paypardon for murderer Smith has expired, ing position. I asked "what aro you doing hero?" Ho replied "I'll tell you, lie is spending his time in tho Louisville get religion. Ho will proif you'll promise not to mention It to jail, trying to any ono.." His story is sad, and ho, bably como around all right by tho day poor fellow, is too much ashamed of his of his execution, nnd will depart from present work, though honorable, for his the scaffold directly to Heaven. Bright peoplo aro tho quickest to re best friends to know it. I'll leave to morrow for Tahlequah, cognize a good thing and buy it. Wo where with friends I expect to spend sell lota of bright people tho Littlo Early several days and learn much about tho Risers. If you aro not bright theso pills will mako you so. Sold by Short & Hay"Injlns" of y nes. IUmulkk. Mrs. Charles Crump, near Greenup, You can't feel well if tho blood is not right. Try Lightning Blood Ivlixir. It shot her husband four times, inflicting is nn herbal compound, and acts directly fatal wounds. Tho sympathy of tho on tho blood and glanular system. It community is against her, an sho was. a, beats faco powders for tho complexion. disagreeable, high strung, quarrelsome Mr. Thomas Gilliam, Morrlstown, 0,, woman. Tho parties aro of good fami ays : "My daughter was delicate after lies and highly connected. having tho measles. Two bottles of It is a truth in medicine that the Lightning Blood Elixir improved her smallest dose that performs tho cure is lioulth so much that sho gained twelvo tho best. DoWitt's Littlo Risers pounds in two months. It beats tho are tho smallest pills, will perform the doctor's treatmont." For salo by all euro nnd aro tho best. Sold by Short A druggists. Ilavnes. MARCH The Lexington Press has declared fur am ,j I u-- , r tViny -; ;(hI steam-boatma- v' .iSMi his homo nt Mr. L. Black's for Bomctime, has go'no to' Webster to visit his parents. Somo of tho farmers that belong to tho F. & L. U. aro kicking like bay steers nbout making tho Republic n county & Co., G. medium. of General Produce and Commission Mr. Bcnjnmiii, of Gcrmaniown, purMerchants and General Storage. chased a lot at Harned this week. You Bco.tho peoplo from tho littlo towns aro H. W. HERNDON, Manager. nil moving to tho city. Itellablo and prompt. Cash with every acMrs. Lena Meyer started for Vino count salo. Conttgnments solicited. Grove on Monday to attend tho wedding of her niece, Miss Delphina Look Wo LOUISVILLE. KY., Ma ret 20 lo02. Shippers should mark all packages plainly, send our best wishes to tho happy littlo address. with shipper's name and couple. BUTTEll, EdOS, POULTRY, ETC. Mr. Crawford Bcauchamp has purchasweek and Chickens scarce Poultry. ed 100 acres of land adjoining Harned prices Orinor. Turkeys in fairthis demand and Station, from Robert Payno. Mr. Bcauch- mostly wuntod alive and small site. Markot very dull on apples Dried Fruits. amp is a very energetic gentleman and and peaches. wo welcomo him into our midst. Ileans. Douiand active at advance. Eggs. Receipt honvy, market weak and Your correspondent from this place loner, Lc wis and Deputy E. l5. Burk-har- t, has seen n great many citizens recently Sheriff BUTTEU. of Leslie county, attempted to ar- nnd finds a majority for Hill and Gray Choice, country 17 18 15 (t 1C rest Henry and Frank Brown, n couple to be our next President. Hurrah for Medium 12 (t) 14 .. Common Hill, ne will support him. of moonshiners. Tney wero received 27 22 Creamery with a voley from Winchesters. Tho EUOS. Dr. BULL'S facilitates TeetMnu nr firo was returned nnd tho battlo resulted rcculatosthoBowels.At 11 16 Fresh At)! OTHUr aUdruggtt.rrlco23ot8. in both the Brown hoys nnd tho sheriff POULTltY. 3 SO to 3 76 Old Hen boing wounded. 2 &' to 3 00 ltooster "Late to bed and early to riso will 3 00 to 3 60 Lar e Springers 3 00 to 4 00 Medium Springers to your homo in tho shorten tho road 4 00 to 5 00 Small Springers bkies." But early to bed nnd a "Little 2 76 to 3 60 Young lluck Snakes lifo V U0 to 10 00 Early Riser," tho pill that Live Turkeys 11 00 to 13 00 Uressod turkoys longer and better and wiser. Sold by 3 00 to 3 50 OrcstcJ lien Short & Haynes. 4 00 to 4 60 Live Oeess (feathered) The Superior MEDICINE for all forms blood disease, rri..towT l64. ui I'ri-.- Len. Herndon AyeR's Sarsaparilla restorer, and health maintainer. will KINO BHK 11711. r'cmitSiRfllk Sire of l'iiBm- - 2:!Hj, Kttlcr 2:l!Hj, Prince Kili.nnl ivia, IA more Irom 2.20j to 2:0; sire ol the lUm, of Advance V.'.'Hi, King Kussell 1:10, and of the sires of Utile Archer (I ) 2:15, and 4 more hcler than 2:30. all things coiitlilcnil, son ol lljinblcluniun .Vie Anliiir p) a. I: , nuv,i,J 2MM1. tiliii wood J hi, ikliiK 1:1 1, in il a--l o kir. in .'trjij II" in Iihvc I' 7 l lUiiifliUrs Invr 37 In In i:'M; i:ioj lol.il (Unci. ilmiu in .,::i(l 4 l."i. 'I lie Kiralett son ol AI1.I..II.1I1 IS, hn, 10. il .. . II was the yrcutnt Fl IT, by Mamhrtnn ( Mil It Dam ol Helmut!, 41. d.o ml.nU In 2:30; llci iinly's Humble old n 2:.tli, sire ol 13 In 2:80; S.is.acu, sire ol I' otner Mtrun a 2:11 1 grandam ol Maenue, iIjiii ol ( res cendo MIU: l'nc,ul 2:illt sire of n 2:14U, 1'rodigal 2:171, ; l'ationsge. sire of Atix (3) 2:1GU, bctt oil lecord cicvnl Sunol. the health I post-offi- Cures Others cure you. J Q. -OJintTA j, Dam of " full Itroilicis nnd Ld a z o I CC BLANDWA. I)m ol Swlt'crt, sire of Moody 2:18!t, and 80 more in M; Abdalluli Pilot, sire of l'icard 2:1)114 snd of McsiengerChief with 12 in Hie list ; King Ilcne, sire of It) ; Solicitor, sire of 3; Kcdwood 7, with I: Kitma, with 2. VIMBRIHO (ntGPll Sire of I.sily Ihorn 2:ISlt. and eight mnrt In the list: also the lire ol the dums of Dl rector 2:17, Piedmont .':17U, and 2:80 or better, 17 more la BriRCH MARE, by Parker's Brown Pilot. Dam of Hosallnd2:2t4, Donald 2:27, and ol Illandlna, dam of Kin); Ilene and bwlgert and 4 other aires ol 2:80 and better, trotters. IIAMBLETOMAN 10 Sire of Dexter 2:17V. Nettle 2:1S, Orange Girl 2:20, S3 others, and grand sire of bunol 2:0SU, Maud S. 2:0-4- , Palo Alio 2:08tt, te Nancy Hanks 2:fti, 2110, and over 1000 others in 2 :3V. CLARA Dam of Dictator (sire as noted , Deiter 2:I7U, Alma 2:284, Astoria 2:'.".IJ, Alda dam of Aids de ((.ire 2:2Vi; Clara Is also giandam of Rcina Victoria dam ol Princeton 2:1114, and 3 others in 2:50. DUVALL'8 MAMBRIKO . Sire ol the dams of D, Monroe 2:281,1, Mist Duroc V.'Slto, Lulu 2:2HVi, Maud Ilutler, ld trial 2:'!iVt, and granilsireof Mollie Mc, trial 2:31: Decoy, trial 2:31 and a quarter at a gall ol 2:0)1. THE DAM OP BROWN CHirF Sire of Maggie K 2:29A, and of the dams of Lady Majolica 2:2', Altamont 2:204, and grandson of Mosaic G 2:18A, Grncvia S S:1U, llittie Jonts 2:28tt, etc., etc. . .r. !.leiut.ir Vrar-oli-ls I In wo or more are retlain to coin the Ut Ihls stukou. Cordova Iroiud last ear All miM hs and J. nt fiom Jl.nuo to fj.uoo each tlilrrs'to DICTATOR J1S.. i llrother to Denier I:I7A, and sir of Jay.Kje.See 2:10. I'hllla, 2:14, Mln. nle Casscll p) 2:1614, Director 2:17, Delineator (p) 2:18, so others in 2:30: and dams of Nancy Hanks 2:0!l, l.ockheart 2:144, Northwest (p) 2:1714, llrown (4) 2:181. Ktller 'Ihomas 2!11H4, and 15 others in 2:30. Dictator Is alio grand tire of Direct (p) 2:(KI, Margaret b. II) 2:lili, Guide 2:ltA, EvngeiinelS)2:l: Daphne 2:19, and 20 others in 2:50. ilSl. MISS BUTLER. Dam of Maud Duller 2:V8lJ, and she is the dam of 1'hallamonl, sire of 6 under J mK.-w.l;..li.''''m'i-i'ni- ! Me?" . t, "."""".. ...... st if; 14l t; '2 1 .. cinht-months-o- r-- nm , itltin ...-..- mrfr I Tho Young Men's Tariff Reform Club St CurosCoughs, Colds, O Bronchitis, Croup, aro soliciting George Washington to beWhopping Asthma, jT I B fT come a Democratic candidate for Con.incipient Oouch. ""fc gress in tho Sixth district of Kentucky. Consumption, nndro' It has been tho general opinion of tho lioves Consumptiv.0 public that tho old father had long since nnnne Prico f.1 cts. At all druggists. UVtdVU.I retired from public life, nnd it is not known whether ho will accept tho call. By a judgment rendered in tho Union county Circuit Court, Captain J. C. Martin, of Unioutown, is compelled to pay It. E. Richardson $3,750, which amount he had realized on a lottery ticket that 'JESv: J Riff.'! "b2jy-jv, CSV ho had traded Richardson out of, knowi ing nt the time tlint the ticket was a winner. Tho result of the suit will break Martin up. Ho was formerly a citizen of Clovcrport. Probably the greenest couple that ever eloped went out of Grayson county to Jefferson ville last week. They were plenty old enough, but they did not WHY IS THE know how to make affidavit to tho fact, and tho explanations of all tho officials in tho Court-hous- e could not mako them CENMEN understand it. They were Tilden Skaggs THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORtO FOR THE MONEY? nnd Mary L. Hale, and were not yet It Is a (camless shoe, with no tacks or wax thrcart to hurt tho feet; mado of tho best fine calf, strllih married, tho last heard from them. and easy, and becnute tee male more shoes of Ihu manufacturer. It equals Nick Logan, a white hoy about seven- grade than anv otherfrom $1.00 to $5 U). shoes costing l, tno finest calf CC OO Ueniiinii t, teen years old, shot and killed Tom shoe ever oITered for $S.(M equals trench Imporlert shoes which cost from $l.llc)to SU.00. a colored hoy about fifteen years CiA OO il Welt Sline, flno calf. Sl'Vs stylish, comfortaulo and durable Tho best old, at Shelhyville, by accidently dis- shoo ever offered at this price; same jrrado ns $G.0U to $'i.tX). charging a pistol. Logan had just re- CO 51) shoes costing from l'ollco hhoei Farmers, ltallroad Men nndLettcrCarrlersallwenrthem: lluocalr, turned fiom Frankfort, where he had seamless, smooth. Inside, heavy thrco soles, extenyear. Ono gone to get a pardon from the Governor sion edge. flno pair will wear a shoo over offered at cnlfi no CO oil prlcei ono better will couvluco those trial this for carrying concealed weapons, nnd was who want a shoo for comfort and service. Workliiffiiion's very diuiik when the deplorable acci- CCO -- 5 very strong and durable. Those shoes who aro have given them a trial will wear no other mako. dent occurred. !." nnd 81.75 school shoes aro Live Ueese (plucked) 2 75 to 41 3 50 SPENDOR will bo for service nt tho Basin Spring Farm until July 1st, when he goes into training. FEATHERS. I'rime, whlto goeto Mixed Old No. 1. duck FU11S Racoon Mink Opossum Gray Fox lied Fox Black Skunk 60 to 50 to 15 to 70 to 00 to HO to 60 to 60 f vwibU SYRUP 42 25 (a) :i0 16 25 15 (a 30 Mm k 1 1 1 75 25 80 25 00 fiO : 825.00. Payable as follow : $10.00 cash at time of service ; tho lmlanco $15.00 is insurance money, payable wiilh. II inaroisknowntoboinfo.il. jj PASTURE Excellent Pasturo can bo had for marcs from a distance at reasonable figures. For further particulars address NEVITT & . BLAND, P. O. Irvington. Ky. TKRMS - - Short Striped Skunk Dlack Striped and White Skunk... WildCat Oiter.cnsed Heaver, I urge Deer Skins per lb 16 10 5 00 5 00 20 Muskllat 25 to 30 to 16 tu 6 00 to 0 00 to 30 4 0 8 Geo. Yeakel & Co. BRANDENBURG, KY. : We've been asked that question a hundred times lately liy peoplo who bought at our store, goods they were used to paying double the money for. Hut don't waste wonder. Wo got the goods honestly, paid good money Tor them and they are ours to throw away, give away or sell away under our regular prices. We choose to do the last, you owe it to yourself to come around uml stock up at these unheard of prices' -:- HIDES. Oreen, pood Dry Salt, good Dry Hint, good Sheep skins WOOL. Urease, fine Urease, coarse Merino Hurry nnd Cuts 32 ... 31 ... 22 (3) 23 . 18 (a)28 ... 12(a) 16 17 ... 12 4K 8 11 How Can We Do It - mm - w $m) W. W. WILLIAMS. 25(a) 8 L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE llnnil-sewcillnnil-rJpwe- DRIED APPLES. Wet, per lb Common, per lb Fair to good per lb Choico per lb " Fancy Chopped " Peelings " Evapuratul, in sacks 3to 3Kto 4tfU 1 1 2K'o IK to 2 Hi 434Ssee34a3K3 e3RinsH(aMSjsjnsass) H SssSi Dress Shirts 1 ! . . Plain or Piquo Bosoms, good quality, well madc'iB ... r. "" pcneci lilting, at 81.00, $1.25 & $1.50. . 3ii 3J4 CIoIBinfc The last chance of your life to secure Overcoats at your own rice. I lot Men's overcoats w'h$l5 00r.d'dlo$in 00 I 7 00 " 10 no " c on t 8 no I 1 Full Dress Shirts ! hand-sewe- d Tal-hot- 33 3 2 1 A to 1 to IJ to 6?f to to lli to 8 to 4 to 3'A 4?i PEACHES. Halves, per lb Qiarters per lb Peeled, per lb Hears per lb 1i 9v 9 " " " ' " o no 3 SO 3 1 DO 98 Latest styles of Pimm nnrl Embroidered Dosoms ononll front and back, in all sleeve longtbs, at $1.50 & $2.00. 3a liliickutrrics jcr lb HAY, OHAIN, FEED. Wo quote prices y 3 3 AUCTION PRICES AT nl on Louisvlllo 11 0 00 wharf) HAY. Strictly choice Choice No. 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw CORN. Choico whllo Choice shelled OATS. In 00 10 00 oil) 12 11 12 5 00 00 00 60 Geo. Yeakel UNTIL French Percale Shirts Unlaundried Shirts ! & Co.'s, TIME. Obituary. Ehenezer Godsey was horn in Rockingham county, N. C, and came to Brcckenridgo county in the the year 185S nnd settled near the Falls of Rough. He was a son of Samuel and Elizabeth God-seNa7e, as ho was called, married Miss Elizabeth Burch, daughter of Henly Burch.- - They had fivo children, but ono now living, a daughter, Mrs. Mary Gregory, of Clovcrport. During tho fall of 1801 he enlisted in Col. J. II. 17th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry Regiment, and served in that regiment till it was mustered out tho service nt Louisville, Ky., January 23d, 1805. His last wife, who survives him, was Mrs. Jano Matthews, widow of Stephen Mr. Godsey had by hard labor and good management accumulated a good estate in land and money. With the exception of being a member and an officer in the Presbyterian church, ho belonged to no society or order. Ho died nt his homo near the Falls of Rough, after a lingering sickness, of consumption, March 8th, 1892, in tho 07th year of his age. On the morning of the 10th his remains wero laid.hy the side of his brother-in-law, Ijiwsou II. Matthews, on the farm and in view of his home. Mr. Godsey was low of statue but of heavy build and though he had spent his lifo at bevcro mnnual labor in clearing land and tilling fields, but few, if any ono, over thought of him somo day falling a victim to that terrible destroyer of tho human family consumption. Mat-thow- s. g, Shad-dinge- y. r, FOKSALEBY BOWMER O worn by tho boys everywhere; they sell 13 on thcTr merits, ns tho Increasing sales show. llnml-xfwc- il shoe, best I Imported shocscostliigfromjIJXI to 0.(. Si..10, nml 81.75 shoo for Hisses aro the best flno Dongola. stylish and durabla. name that tJnntlon. See on W. I,. Douglas' shoo. anil tho bottom of each price aro stamped prTAKE NO StmSTITIITE..aJ Insist on local udvcrtMed dealers supplying wra, XV. li. DOUUliArJ, llroculou.Mnss. Sold by n.vel ij STOCK TAKING QrliocMIU, l'nllr' 600 I lot Men's suits w'h $18 00 reduced to $12 0 ' 1 12 50 " 7 50 9 00 " I 1 7 50 4 93 " " All the latest Spring Patterns, elegant varity, $1.00, $1.25 & .$1.50. ! 42 44 44 (j$ 45 33 30 140 I No, No. No. 2 oats & HAMBLETON CLOVERPORT' KY. Seed oats m WHEAT. Long Berry wheat Red MISCELLANEOUS. Tallow, per bbl 2 2 03 02 4 Ileoswnx 22 20 15 i Sorghum per gallon POTATOES. Choice Mlc'u. bulk per bu Choice Northern Ind. " Poor to nied. Mich. " ' " Nor. Ind- Homo Grown per barrol store 2o to 5o per bu higher. From BEANS. Michigan, hand picked Indiana Navy " Common and colored Flat and mixed ONIONS. Northern, per bbl on arrival " " from store CABBAOE. 26 35 38 (S OH 1 30 1 16 8 40 40 35 25 1 CO to 1 1 1 1 76 CO 1 60 to One lot of Ladies' One shoes worth $3 00 Reduced to $2 49 One lot of Ladies' lino shoes worth $2 50 1 98 Reduced to Ono lot of Ladies' fine shoes worth $1 75 1 21 Reduced to One lot of Ladies' fine shoes worth $1 25 95 Reduced to One lot of Ladles' heavy shoes worth 09 $1 10 Reduced to One lot of Men's hoots to closo worth $2 90 $4 00 reduced to One lot of Men's hoots to close worth . 1 98 $3 00 reduced to Ono lot of Men's boots to close worth 1 50 $2 50 reduced to Ono lot of Men's samplo hoots to close 125 worth.$2 50 to $5 00 reduced to... Good quality Muslin, All Linen Bosoms, reinforced front and back, at $1.00. Unlaundried Shirts gt-Cgr2-SS-J-2- ! TT,. XT :i T,r...i.f hand- 4 to E. O. fine Linen Bosoms, made button holes, to any custom-mad- e open Iront and back, 50 and 75 cts. equal Shirt, at JNO. D. BABBAGE, BABBAGE, Manager. 75 to 05 to 00 00 DrP5$ Goofl5 We are offering something fine In Dress Goods which can not be found at any other bouse. They compose tho remainder of Fine Dress floods bought early in the season and must be sold. You will never have another such a chance They to got a nice Dress and get it cheap. Come early If you will not not lust long. want choice. CLOVERPORT, KY. -- I- 2 25 to 2 60 2 60 to 2 75 2 25 to 2 50 !'r iisnjjB Pimples, Scientific American Agenoy for ' Choico Choice Oreen Choico Per crate from ttnro CELERY. Fancy wblto plume, por doz HARRY 6UENTHER 40.1-40- & BRO., " 35 to 4G 20 to 25 10 to 20 2 50 to 1 75 to 2 00 to 175 to 1 75 to 1 60 to 1 85 to 2 25 to 1 50 7' APPLES. Fancy Ben Davis and Rome Beauties Fanoy Wine Sup Choioe Fanoy Gennetting Choice Fanoy Creening Fanoy Baldwins Inferior grades " " 1 CO 1 1 CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, etc f reo Handbook wrlto to For Information and llUOABWAT, NEW YOuK. 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