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Jrr' - "l v idH. m?" tor - -- su - f TJbLEi VOL. XIV. !?- BREOKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1890. . 1 isfc NO. 38. T a. rf , jpi CHICKEN Thomas Tyler's Tombstone. By MARY B. WALKER. , Cholera Cure ! Tiio niMt tnrneu ma ntrco eyes, lo sec hla rival standing composedly liiw, supporting with ono hand a Blub of tuiirblo, upon which was inscribed in characters largo enough to be road half acrosi tlio room: it in... inn ii'siiucu i.i., ivuuiiii'a'-- . i of words. "Sho! sho! Wuininj." nald the farmer, "that'll do. Thetc! don't smother the girl. Now, Parson Bales, we'll Iwobleeg-e- d to you to tie that knot." i i "Take yon!" said Saniuol ...... ,1 Dale, ami 1....1 uiaii'mi VI. Wit-m ' "In tliarony OP r vs. C&4 vjwvyJK. SKSgSr iVTwiiwilftiT " Thousands of dollars worth of ""'chickens die pvery year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery .of a remedy that positivtl) cures it has been made, and to be con vinced of its efficacy only requires a bottle is enough for trial. A one hundred chickens. It is guar50-cen- ts i V.- - anteed If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is" not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. two-thirds For sale hy 0. W. Short. Claverport. Ky. STOP XOUIt COUGH WITH .. 1- .n lyunm, jiuursuiii-sB-, uuugus, tl.l.l ir liurcs rt Cronp, Whooping Congh, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, mid will consumptive patients in nd mnccil stages j will euro when enra nulo. and rolioro In llio worst cases. o Soo (hat C. C. C. Is blown In oTory and f alo 110 othqr. 25c. re-lio- ro hot-H- J. 0. MENDENIIAIL rnoPiUETons, sole Price CO., & , XV.iXSVIX.TiC, SOLD DV KcmoTO -- imuaaisTs generally. Corns, IVarts&Bnnions with , INDIANA. THOMAS TYLER, who departed this lifo Aug. 0, 18." Even Samuel Dais wai satisfied with tlio liorror and nbjoct f jar pictured in his faco at this unexpected sight. "In God's name, tianimy, what does this meanV" said farmer Barclay. Tlio young man rested hl3 burden against tlio table, and took Nancy Tyler's letter from his pocket. "Head that, Father Barcjay," ho said. We'll have "Bo patient, neighbors. this matter straightened out in a mo ment. Susie, poor girl! it comes hard on you now, but you'll thank me by and by." With a Kreat effort, Thomas Tyler recovered his self assurance. "Good people," said lie, "don't bellevo a word ho says. It's a vilo conspiracy ho's concocted to rob mo of my good name. Everybody knows, ho wanted to marry tho girl himself, and" "3!iut tip." said Samuel Dale. "D?ad folks don't talk; and if ever a man was dead and damned above ground, it's you, Tom Tyler." Meanwhile, Farmer Barclay was reading the letter. "Why, what's this?' ho said. " 'Died at my house lingering diseaso burled by tho town;' and if hero ain't my namo to it. Sammy, Sammy, what doss it mean?" "It means just this, sir. Tho villain that's been courting your daughter all summer left an honest wife and three children, counting tho living and dead, back in Cqunccticut; and becauso ho couldn't well marry tho now wlfo till ho disposed of himself to tho old, he writes to her that he's dead and buried; and with his devil's wit takes your handwriting, that if she shows tho letter it may seem tho genuino thing. But see now how this precious rascal overreaches himself; for when he thought, by calling himself a pauper, to keep tho wifo from ever following him up, ho set on her soft woman's heart to the errand that's brought about his own destruction; and ho dug his own grati) and carved his own tombstono when ho wroto that faco was purple "Tho scoundrel!" ho cried dastardly, doublo raced, "tho Why, whero is he?" underhanded Where, indeed? Thomas Tyler had suddenly disappeared. Whether holiad slunk behind tlio crowd of guests gathered close ubout tho speaker, and thus gained tlio door, or had eoftly opened a window and escaped In that way, no one could tell; but ha was certainly gone. The farmer, in his righteous indignation, would havo followed him, but his attention was diverted by tho discovery of a heiip of black garments in the corner, and tho chief sufferer in thescml-comi- c tragedy just enacted, poor Nancy Tyler, was raised from the door" in h dead faint, and borne into the adjoining bedroom. The girl wliobo place sho had so strangely taken that morning bunt over her, and with gentle hands removed tho black bonnet and put back the thin, scattered hair, and forgot her own dis appointment and mortification In pity for tho other's anguish; for when Nancy Tyler came out of her swoon, it was to wring her hands nnd cry out in distracted tones: "Ho wouldn't own mo for his wife! My Thomas wouldn't own mo for his wire." "Sho! sho! now! you poor creatur," said the farmer, trying to administer comfort: "ho couldn't have been much of a husband, anyhow; but it Is hard you should have tho burying of him with rage. SS Otea. CERTAIN CORN CURE. SOLD AND WARRANTED BYi 230M"3?Xj3E3. letter." Farmer Barclay's TMh klBlfSSTSSBl Tor many weeks Nancy Tj lor lay ill nt Farmer Bai clay's houc, and In her fever ami delirium tho wild fuueies of the sick woman's brain wero all more or loss connected with her III fated journey nnd the relic sho had brought. In answer to her pathetic appeals the stono was placed In her chamber, nnd in Imagination sho traversed again uml-- j again in its company tho weary distance between SImsbury and the farm houho where, sho was lying. Now hhe was In the stonecutter's shop, consulting ubout tho form und fashion of the monument, and bargaining for its lowest prico in dollars and cents. Sho found comfort for liours in repeating the inscription, and tho ill matched rhymo of tho epitaph gained marvelous pathos when uttered in thoso plaintive, tones. But sometimes sho cried out that the stoiie had fallen on her breast, and with its weight her heart was quite broken. She crept back to lifo at last, but Iter physical vigor never returned, and her mind, at its best estate nono of tho strongest, was weakened nnd diseased. They were very good to her at Farmer Barclay's. Samuel Dalo remembered that he had gained his present happiness by tho blow that mado this Qoor woman doubly a widow, and tlio young wifo was grateful to her who by her timely coming rescued her from a fato sho could not contemplato without a shudder. Farmer Barclay expressed his good feeling by his favorito ejaculation, and more than onco turned from her bedside with a tear in his honest eye. "You tako caro of that poor, crcetur', children, as long as sho lives," ho said. "Don't you neversend her back to Sims-burGive her enough to do 'round the house, Susie, to keep her mind easy, and a warm placo in yoitr chimney corner. She'll havo a gloomy time of it, poor soul! stumbling 'round among tombstones till she's at rest under one herself." So tho farmhouso became Nancy Tyler's home, and sho lived iter quiet, melancholy life, docilo and harmless, never wild in her derangement; only, as tho country peoplo called it "queer." The stone remained in her chamber, for It was a fancy of her bewildered brain that it was still in her charge, and day nnd night alio was painfully responsible for its'safc keeping, And spring and summer and winter came and went again, and they .were very busy nt the farm. Nancy camo to Mrs. Djlo ono evening with a frightened face. "If you please, marm, I can't skim the sho said. milk "Why not, Nancy?" "There's n man keeps looking at me "through the window, marm." Susie tooktho candlo from her trembling hand and went Into tho pantry. Sho pressed her faco closo to the glass-th- en raised the window and peered out into tho darkness, but could see nothing. Sho smiled at Nancy's foolish fears, finished tlio relinquished task, and returned to the kitchen. "I don't see anything of your man, Nancy," she said. "What did ho look y. "STiook tlio tombstone it tottered it fell, and man and uiarblo crashed down tho stairs together with a sound to wako tho dead. A moment's stillness succeeded tlio uproar, followed bytho 60und of voices nnd footsteps, nnd n group of frightened fncea nppearcd in tho doorway. Tho stairs wero strewn with fragments of tho broken stone, nnd at tho bottom lay tho motionless body of a man. He grasped In one hand Farmer B.m-l's well filled wallet, nnd Susio Dale's wed ding spoons protruded from Ills po.kct u' There wils bipod every whero. The stairs, the walls and pieces of nun hie , were sprinkled with it, and where the t' man s neau lay was a pool that every in slant Inci eased in size. lie was quite dead, and they saw by u ghastly wound upon his head that a sharp corner of the stono had cloven his hcull. When Samuel Dalo turned the dead man's faco to tho light, ho littered an exclamation of horror, for Thomas Tyler's black eyes stared blindly in his own, and his lips, parting, showed the white teeth gi inning in a ghastly smile. They boro away tho body, and left a woman on the bloodstained stair groping with feeble, moaning cries for tio fragments of Thomas Tyler's tombstone. TI1U UND. It i i (Jeo.YeaMio;1 II I w 111 Ltiuil nnd shrill, llnHP 111 II I II I. I wmmm i i i CUT BATB a fill"! TORE I Bran denburg, Ky. onor and ileulinly, tho bright, bounding beautiful boy's voice rang throughout tho halls and corridors oftlie magnificent home of ono of the loading citizens of the charming country town. He was a good and obedient boy, handsome in feature and form, Note Our Prices ults former trices . 15.011 Next wiok the "1'orgorV Bride," will pear, read it. ap- "Nip your cough in the bud" by takimj "O. (J. (J. Ceriain Couith Cure." a pleasant Sold by G W. remedy. and Short. eff-ctu- nl neat nnd tidy in his appearance ; full of life and energy; obedient at home ; studious at school, and there was music in the sound of his manly voice as he came running home from school, and sought his mother with unusual earnestness $18.00 now $15.00 " 12 50 . 12.00 " 10.01.) 8.25 10.00 " 15.00 8 00 5.00 7.00 " 5.00 3.75 I'rlmltivo Solid Olusn. Now and then tho explorer among n primitivo peoplo happens upon a "find" which strikingly illustrates that necessity i not only tho mother of invention, but that there is a strong family likenchs among the inventions. An English naturalist, while visiting Great Sangir, ono of thoso Islands of the In1'' ocean known as the Celebes or Spico Islands, lodged at tho house of a rajah. In front of the houso was a veranda, in a corner of which stood a sentry, whose business it was to keep tho time for tho village by the aid of a primitive sandglass. Two beer bottles wero firmly lashed together, mouth to mouth, and fixed in a wooden frame, mado to stand upright in reversible positions. A quantity of black sand ran fiom ono bottle into the other In just half an hour, and when the upper bottle was empty tho franio was reversed. Twelvo short sticks, marked with notches from ono to twelve, wero hung upon a string. A hook was placed between the stick beaiing the number of notches, coi rescinding to llio hour last struck and tho ono to be struck next. Tho sentry announced the time by striking the hours on u largo gong. Youth's Companion. I'vciillor lliiKguce. Years ago we had a decided sensation His face was Hushed, and beads of perspiration stood out upon the brow of this handsome day was warm, specimen of veiling manhood; for-t- he and he had not been allowed to lay aside the" heavy ! .Sc, 57c. Men's and Boys' Hats very cheap Men's Shoes worth Six stales Men's Wasli Satinets Suits, worth .$6.oo will sell for the next 6o days at .$3 50, A full line Men's and Youths' odd Also a full line in nil sizes of the celebrated Hull Dog Jeans Pants. Youths', Boys' and Childrcn'sSuits at onefifth oil" of original price. Cliildrcns' Knee Pants 2d.c, 33c, clothing which he had worn during the precarious season when "Winter lingers in the lap of Spring." " " ' " " " it?" asked the proud mother. "Well, "I want you to please get me a suit of clothes just like They're jtwt splenCharley Ncwcloth had on And he looks so nice in them. They fit him just did my son, what is to-da- $1.00 3 00 2.00 l 50 $3.35 2.25 1 05 I 20 y ! ! These goods can be had in any style. One lot Men's Btogaus wotth i 25 at 75c. Ladle.' llutton ,1 1 like they wero made for him, and didn't cost more than half as much as my last suit cost you ! And 'in so hot, 1 Shoe (Dongulu) worth $3.50 Ci, i. . if .1 . (2.00 2i00 (a, 1.05 2.75 2.50 and so tired and " ' " ' ' "Where did beget them? I am sure you can't get anything so very splendid in this town !" "Here's whero he got them," and he produced a newspaper containing an advertisement of Hoys' and Children's Clojhing and Hats and Caps, with the explanation that "Charlie's mother just sent the size and style she wanted and the price she wanted to pay, whh the priviclge of returning them if they didn't suit;" adding, "But you bet, she didn't send them clothes back !" " " 1.50 1.20 1.25 Ol 3 A full line of Misses', Children and Bain shoes all at reduced pi ices. All Bleached and Blown Domestic Cottons at manufacturers prices Dress Goods. 30 mi. ".-- M'JgX .-. wmmm) waimart UW1ATIB-BB iMmxwm z la mzmFM.-m- - fnEE ex UUK NLW ,,UT3 KftrH4ll4l fluid Witch worth Perfect Clhitkecpfr WarrawiMlhMvjr. HOI IP gold nuniinr Doth Udiei'itid rrul titei, m lib, workt and caici of Ai viuu.vu. within lh world. FREE. ittiu ." ' In r uallelraw roru,wnw poiu w. an rrwld. W. tmy you know ill. If you would Ilk. to ff.m iron. SiO lo UW Pr ihow nJ doandtoneUhboraaiKl thoie aUul fritodi Ko Mrer, loftcihrr with our Unt ltd valuablHnoflI oiisehelil mtilpi. Tbew Mmnlei.ai wall TK- trh. ar fWt. All th work yob what wi mwIw to tbow who alwayi mulii call-y- our you-t- hat localltr can Wfur one Nlluiu ,t Co., wk IIuk HIS, l'ortluml, Maine. ntiftii, tipr". U"?", to work for - -- 7 ui. tiou can .nd upwild l. A(du re. . c. i , 'tP LOUISVILLE & HENDERSON Packet Line. W-y- - -. it k33 SMMm.A H?'' j?jvir.vfrtatl . ,!-.,- .. fWr3L-Express Boats. Passenger, Mail and t TKLU OITY, OtTY or OWaNSUOUO. Oneof theabove One itdewheeUteamersna" up and down dally, Splendid Hoooinmodation f r etoek. and 178 Fourth meet. 'General office For all way landings, between Loulivllle and Uenderaon, the elegant and fleet iteainnr JAMRS attTHRIK. Liuli'llle. K;. D. I.. Prist, 8up. . W W. IIITB, Pre.t. HUGHES' SURE CURE FOR mm fr unayw fiY J. .! Prnnritluri hitvt wciiii' Ittleit IH (hnt: BETTER THAN QUININE. 3rr. M. M. Kester.uii. Dur.ey Co., Ark.. Kay' "lean certify to tbe fact Hut Hughes' Tcnh Is the ben eliill tonl I ever trlod. I conilder It letter than nululne." CURES CHRONIC CASES. , For 30 Years a Success. Ucuil IliU Tt!lliiniiir llio" Vour.neir, I'HV IT I Ho called to his daughter presently from the next room. "Sue Barclay," said he, "thcro's go-iDo to bo a weddln' hero today. you think I'll haVo all theso folks Invited, and that silk gown to pay for, and them good victuals cooked up, for uoth-in- ? Come, you've had your' choice "of a husband, and a pretty mess you've mado of It. Now, I'll havo mine. You know who 1 picked out for you long ago, und you liked him well enough till that smooth tongued hypocrite turned your silly head. Sammy, my boy, step up here; don't bo bashful. Just clear that corner, good folks. Parson, you sha'if t bo cheated of your feo this time. If Sammy hasn't iho tin, I'll fork over myself. Come, Sue, nro you ready?" Tlio girl went palo and red while the old man was speaking. Sho glanced shyly from under her long lubhes nt tho only lover left her, now that her idol had turned to tho basest clay. Her heart, only half weaned In theso 'few months' Her (for the wily stranger .luiU-wothrough her vanity, and not UyAmy'i.vell grounded esteem), returned at a botuul to its old allegiance. , She crossed tio room, to whcYo jthe young man stood abashed, and' leaking la his face as only Susie Barclay could - , look, said very sweetly: "Will you take me, Samuel?" n' n, twicoover.". ' Mr.lt. , I I Ml ohl in eii)s. t h tvo (iti Ml).inld. l.'U'el III laih-)tWo for wrlti -- Y'Hir nevr ' fillfd yt, n I fecr Im. W. 11 l t It cuioj n mrnhec nf them every tli.ie " ulfo-nl- o ArtforHMbje'ToiicwitaoOllKP Smau Size, 60 Cents. ,'" nv ROBINSON - PETTET CO., I'mer-ARK- PRICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE. here. There was a big sqttaro box unloaded at the station, and ns it wan not Immediately called for it waioidcrcd to tho kick part of tho room, The box was clumsy and lopsided, much heavier on ono bido than the other, and tho man who grappled with it was possessed of a good deal of energy. When ho had rolled it nearly across the room ono of like?" the sides gave way and "out rolled a luij "He looked like a robber, marm." man skull nnd about a bushel of bones "Law, Nancy! wo don't havo robbers nnd other debris. Tho box also conat tho farm. Such a thing was never tained a tombstone, with the name and heard of. It was your fancy. And now ago of thu deceased and nil epitaph inyou may go to bed. You aro tired, I scribed upon it. know, with your day's work." Whllo all hands wero deliberating Nancy hesitated. "Could tho things over tlio matter a man camo in, and be moved Iwick into my room, marm?" claimed tho box. He explained that Ihc she asked. contents of tho box were tho remains of "Why, no, Nancy; 1 don't sea how a near relative of his who had died a they can. You can get along for ono couple of years lcfore in Pennsylvania, night, can't you? wo oxpect to get along and that now ho wns transporting them 'most anyhow In house cleaning time." to his now homo in the northern part of "I don't mind anything nbout tho rest, tho state. For the sake of economy and Miss Dale, but it is outside." convenience ho had put the wholo busi"Oh, tho stono! Well, Nancy, it Is too ness in one homo made box. heavy for you or mo to lift, but when Tio box was speedily repaired and Samuel comes homo I'll ask him to step went on to its final destination. Grand up and set it insido your door. Will Rapids Telegram-Heralthat do? Now go right to bed and to Delmonlco't It I vol, sleen." Sho lit her candlo, and climbed the Tho Astor matrons have surprised New stairs to her room over tho kitchen, Tho York by setting up a map jn the restauspace at the top was crowded with tables rant business in opposition to Dolmonico. and chests and other articles belonging For years all tho intensely modish balls, to tho upper regions of the house, for if too large for a private residence, Have Mrs. Dalo was in tho midst of athbrough been given in tho Dclmnuico establishcleaning.' Leaning against a bureau ment, but since tho commencement of closo to tho head of tho stairs stood Nan- 1800 fho Astors hnvo held three "at cy's precious charge. Sho stopped to Sherry's," It Is not long ago that Louis pass her hand over its polished surfaco, Sherry was a waiter at $40 a month and murmuring somo h'alf articulato words tips. Ilo lioxt opened a bit of a bakery. in her broken voice t.ien passed, into Astor children chanced to llko somo of his dainties, then tho old folks tried them, her chamber. Half an hour later, when Samuel Dale and out of that good luck he built up n returned from tho postofilce, ho had an thriving trade. Now ho has opened a exciting story to tell. Tho depot at Les- separato big house on Fifth avenue, not ter's Corners was robbed tho night for casual traffic at all, but sacred to before, and tho thief had been tracked Bpccial assemblages. Mrs. William Astor gavo tho first ball half way to Barclay Farm. "So look out for your silver spoons, and supper "at Sherry's," which indorseSusie,' saidlior husband, "for tho lignt ment isof mora actual valuo lo Sherry flngorcd gentry ato among us." than would bo tho namo of an Attor at Then 'sho told or Nancy s fright, and tho bottom of a note for a quarter of a Tn her eagerness to see tliat ovcry door million. Tho flock follows wherever tho 'was fastened and. tho idusbiaado secure leader goes. New York Letter. for tho niglitf qulfo forgot 'her promiso 9, tho poor WQUianup stairs."' l AIvviijk Nancy lay waiting a . long time, and Tlio I'lro of , UUt'utc from tlio .Sylciii by Ilrivon when .sho slqptjjtu last It vas"it disturbed Swlft'H Specific i S. S. ti. ) 'tuidlbrok'cn'slccp.'jfjroju which' "alio, was by the sound of a suddenly wakened Do you feel that tbe terribls C e of stealthy step on tho stairs. Sh'o felt Blood Poison Is consuming you ? that ratlier 'than heard" fi'approach'ing'blbVly, tbe poUouous virus if vitiating and cautiously, well .nigh nolscle&ly. ' Sho your physicial system ? that it is 'rose in hdr bed, holding hor breath to lavadine your moral nature and stunning listen, .Was It Mr. Dalo coming to fu- lj 'AlMiiiMvirc's prdtn'iso? Was liyj- - your afpiralions for manliness and Does the hideous ni;ht-mawJioj?o ,facp rorl.CQuhL it Jjethe man 'liauJ frightened Iier'at tho window?" And face you night and day that you are fif ocamj) to Xob tho house, what did it a victim of this monster which lias boen g 'contain half so valuablo as'thfl.-pwjlflon the warpath for five centuries, scourg-fncharge to which she had that "Jh'hP by thousands and tens the human rate K .lm ll,f ffrttrt ..wwrul frtMninoci? which is regarded and It nius.tJia.yo Itcen. some such train' qf ol thousands, and ,,, acknowledged by many learnod men to be inougur, mat paBscu iiirougu iiauuy Tyler's nnrid, and tliatcauseOhQjtjmW Incurable? Then we eay, come to us and weadi headed wotoap, jyho Jrjid.er ordl-- . we will cure you. Turn your bick on a'l ' ,ar cIrcumstevvqu.W lordly, have the old worn-.ipoisons, as mercpry, potVentured to" faco ajuouse.to Wish to tho ash, arsenio and like compounds so ruu rtcu'o)f lieV trb'asttfo. ' 8W sprang ous to health, and take S. 8. S., which we from nefUctrahd crossed-- (hrj room ht a cure, and we are prepared t) i uouna, and,, throwing1 open iior uoor, assert does d. -eor-rjpti- ne domestic-happit-oiness? re f ut ; 40 in. Surge 50c. in. Henrietta, all now shades worth 35 25 all Wool now shades worth (0 Qi UI. Cashmeres F. Mohairs and latest style worth 50 (a Ilia at Popular pi ices. F.F. " " (Copy i.f Advertisement.) Block Goods, viz : Henriettas Wool and Silk Woofs, Drap De Alma, Helvetia, Solid Ras, and Nuns Veiling at reduced prices, all Silk. Ben-galiu- e Ulk. Luce for Drosres wurlh Boy? and Children's Silts We always have had nnd always will have the best in and lowest priced Clothing fur Hoys and Children ' Ulk. Nets for " Dreie wnrtli .... $2.00 $1.25 1.60 05 2.50 Q 1.60 A big assortment of Embroideries Jackonct and Swiss, also Hemstitch We are headquarters for these goods and will sell you them cheaper than any one else. Dress Ginghams. We call the attention of the trade to the fact that we now have the richest line of Dress (iiughams in the market, Renfrew, Stodards and fancy. Normandies in stripes and plaids. Chnmbrays plain and striped. Scotch Zephyrs and French Ginghams all at the lowest prices. Louisville. Children's Suits, Coat and Short Pants, $-- 81.50, SI .76, 82, $2.50, 82.75, $3, $3,50, $5. $1.50 and , Boys' Suits, Coat, Pants and Vest, $3.50, $7, $8 and S10- - $1.50, So , $C, Send age of Child for Short Pant Suits; and Breast, for Long Waist and Inseam Measures, together with age, White Goods. Plain worth 20 15 10 15 of goo'ls Pant Suits, and state shade and character " ' " Stripe nnd Cluck worth, 10, 12.' 1210 J ami 15 (a, I2f 8?4' wanted, nnd we guarantee to please you. All Goods 8i sent with privilego of returning if not satisfactory. Hosiery. In Burlington Fast Black, 500 pair Misses and dren's Hose, assorted sizes, and striped, full tegular made cheap. 20, 25 verv Chil- solid (' worth 10 c DEPPEir Cash Clothiers, A Full Lino of Notions. ,....5o 5 , 5 5 Two din4 Safe y Tin Four Uars Toilet Soap One doten Cedar Lead Pencils Fifty Slate Pencils Hatters, Haberdashers And a great many Novelties, Notions nnd Shelf Hardware and Tinvvnre to be found on our and Tailors. MARKET. ST., BET. SIXTH AND SEVENTH, 5 Cent Counters. tl Gome and See TTs W" Louisville, Ky. .FiEUCC, - J1K U ijouiKviiif, For Salo by Dru xl.il., iy ljtd,fcifffao4;fTlthl0;itoag,JoI1dmg dark lantern lit ,lil lt4h a J prove It. "CVTMTf i ' ?t hp.rlinaRJMitado backward .sfcji, jjhff, TWtlng at tho ncjiregt 'ftupsot, i TOLKtiVri'ri8d CAUght It was Treatise on Blood und Skin Diseases " " mailed. free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO , Atlanta, (la. Brgndealwrg, i . K ?,' & I'lMWWWiMMlWIl'.li MltJ:, .. ,, tSfWte?' l , ' " iMMHantoHMMManMMNMaMMtHMMaHIBHHHHaHHHHHHiH J-- ' " , "" " J v .. i. Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, Al'KlL 1 1890 oc: JNO. D.BABDAGE I. ..SI. I,. A:'!. Local THuo t.'nril. 9 5i a.m. Mall and Express going Kait " Mixed " Express " " ' " ' " West Eait West 11.38 a.m. 6.41 p.m. East West p.m. 11.2:1 u.ro. 9.MI a.m. t50 V ' . Get the news and get all the news and j.eck, vote always for the man who stand square on your platform und patronize the From Dana's nothing but the news Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. "Who commenced the busines on your plan without having any one pledged to its support, "and can of a consequence be relied on to continue it. Is Editprtnn, Kansas, tbe mwly elected Cash man has an open market with all the advantages of close competion in the wholesale trade, which lie would lope if bound to buy through a Mayor, Police .In dig) nnd City C tmcil nro v to otru eon it r.s rone dents. of political principals, anil that tlioy arc jnat what I have heen working nnd voting for for year. my Louisiana State Lottery Company. hiwincs3 as merchant, I put into practice their views as to the manner it should bo conducted, m ntln hsfoic tlierc was a Wheeler in the county, so fur tis I know, honce I claim to ho Incorporated by tbe Lcglilaturo In 1808, fut and 111 Educational unorganized Wheeler. I don't, like trust or secret franchise- wss and Charltublu jiurtoies present the original "Old Mossbaok Wheeler" of the county. Hut while a (rue "Wheeler in theory and practice, I prefer to remain mudo a part of tho State Uomtltutlun in 187V,ly nn overwhelming societies for cither business or polities, but having a full realization of the great disadvantage at which the farmer is placed through the trusts that have been funned by the manupopular vote. iiiA.i;?toTii - ihiawinc; l thu great end you I alioits plucu To facturers and tho workings of an oppress tarilf, I foci that if any class of men could be justified in entering into a trust it would bs the agriculturist. Aniinull), I want to say In tho Niipelora tli.it WHBBLBRS liavo i. I,,, " iii ,.-.' " , . ' i t iit-'ai- UNPHECEDENTEO ATTRACTION ! DIUTK1BUTKD. jnit rcud tlit'ir platform r-- BB"WLBTYIj4LE CA.SIE3: I stobe. in a large stock J ii no unit Dcct'itibiir. Hint In JIIAM .NIINfJI.i; MJ .11 IlCIt lull!) place nn encli of Iho olhor tun month In tliu ) ear, anil nro all public, ut drawn luNew Orlcniik,Ilia Acinic my I.H. of ;Himlc, VJCAIY-1IMC.N M-m- As an organized restricted channel. Wheeler the FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS For Integrity of Its Drawings, and Then I want Prompt payment of its prizes, " We do hereby certify that ice sttnerv'sf the arrangements Jur all the Homthly and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana Male Lottery Company, and in person manage and control the Drawings them' selves, and that the same arc conducted with honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all ;;ore. and we authorize the Company to use this certficate, with facsimiles of our signatures attached, in its advertisements." Atteutcd ns follows : nil fomnles. iik citizens ol Louisville, hare nbnn-donthe idea ofRivwK n Siute (air next (nil, hut will arrange for another celebration similar to that ol last jeur. T ed to remain unrestricted, so that I may sell to all classes just alike, rich and poor, old and young, black and white. am this wek Winding of Spring Goods, and will expect with the rush that has already set in to have them Wheeled out in 80 days. My house will be ci'amed and joined in every shelf, platform, counter, (loor space, ware .Bring your chickens, egg, feathers, wool, sidchaon, ginroom, counting room and bed room, but crowd in and wait with patience and you shall be served as soon as possible. seng, SlM'K Captain Kllis has telt graphed from Washington emphatically, ihn' lie would he a ratid date, lor rc- lection to Congress from hU oistrict, the'Owet oboro Metsenger doesn't nttuch much inipiT-tnnc- e to the candidacy ol Kdltor Oivens. -i I have been in the business now fur scar 40 years &c, but be sure not to ask for credit, not one hour. On every single thing we will give you the lowest cash price. Having slipped up once, and struggled back into business again, think I kr.ow the danger line jrctly veil, and while I stand pretty close to frazzledge, I know the one who -- approaches it any closer will soon be hanging to the Willows. Why compel men to keep their fnm'lies elsewhere? Build homes Hot skh to rent in a grnwlnv town aie Ruild the best investment lor money. houses. HARDINSBURG V. (1. DEPARTMENT, ' ItAIIIIAfii: TIME TABLE Ho. ). IMItor A'ltl Ditunil l.di'l.sMl.l.K steps up nnd lakes & 000 ol "fXT ) Tiik Government has served notice upon Democratic C It Hreekeiiridgo, member of Congress from the Second congressional dieinct of Arkansas, that they will proceed to take testimony in his elecM11. Ourlii-lsays the Demccrnls will of- tion ca.c nbout the '.'0 h of this mon(,h fer no bill in Congress this session on and unseat him. il postible, by some "tar ir reduction. To do so would "be a means. This is n revival ol the The It publicans have waste of time election contest a tear and lull swing, and the wav they are drawing a hall ago in ArkanftH, in which Clayton upon the Treasury the people need not was defeated, and sub equsmly assasMn-n'eexpect ay Invorable legislation in this Mr. Uieckenridgo was honestly line. elected and was in no wise responsible for tht assassination of hi) opponent, but the Tiik eople of Indiana and Ohio signiRepublicans don't want h.m in Congress fied their intention last week to have their and to unseal him if posmunicipal affairs run in the luture by sible. In both ol theso Democratic officers. Slates elections were won by the DemoJuuok John Allen .Murray is being promcrats, which is a rebuke to Harrison's ad' inently mentioned as a candldute aa delegate ministration and a good gn for the Dem- to the Constitutional Convention from county. Owenjboro Inquirer. ocracy in 1892 Yes, sir; that's right, but so fir Mr. Murray has made no public announceW1iK.M-.rkia Democrulic member of tbe ment ol his candidacy and we dj not kio United States Set ate gels up in thai body positively what are his lixed iutentii n. frank, honest way and in an Wo presume however, ihot it is the begins to tell ol the deeds ol fraud and Judge's purpose to make the r.ice, nnd it pillage practiced by the Republican parly is time for him to speak out in plain and upon thepiople ol this country, RepubliThe Nkmh hns from emphatic terms can members deert the chamber And time to time alluded, to this matter, and yet sonic people entertain an iden that the reminded the people of its importance g. o p is the Cud nnd inor-illtarty ol They nre slow to make uny response or this earth. indicate whom they prefer for this place The drill of opinion, however, so far as we Ciiiri it court convenes at Uardinburg can gather is in favor of Judge Murray, next Monday. I'robubly the most inter- and il he w.iuld announce himself a canesting cute to ci me up duritig the term, will didate we don't think he would have any bo that of the Directors ol the Louisville, oppori ion. Ilurdinsburg and Western lUtlway Co vs W. V. McCracken A. Co The uit is to Oi it merchants are losing tbe trade ol enjoin the collection of the $!0.000 in the families who are ci mpelled to wait till hands voted by Hardn.sburg and n part of their husbandr urn get hou-e- s to put them the Kuugh Creek Magisterial District, un- in liuild houses. til the road is put through llardinsburg according to contract IeHriiu Can't be Cured by local applications, as tney cannot reach SlM'K Heed has been sieaker of the the diseased p irtion ol the ear There is IIouso and ixercised a little dominant only one way to cure Deafne-s- , and that is authority over mi insert of that body, he's by cons'itutionul remedies. Dta'ness ia got u case of swell-hea- d roial to old li-caused by an iilliind ondition ol the Harrison himself The other day he went mucous lining ol the ftu&tachinn Tube. up into the State ol lVnni-- j hn ia and When iIiib tube gets ii Aimed )ou have u made a little speech to a Republican Club rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and in wh cli he claimed that all the rogreps whan it is etniroly chned Deulness Is the of this country was due to ihe hgislation result, and unlem ihe i fluumatiou can be of the ltepijbl can party, at d the hope of taken out and ibis tube restored to its ncr-mthe yi utg men and the future of ihe nacondition, heating will be destroyed tion uere centrred in it All ! which forever; nine cses out of ten are cauted wi.s mighty thin. by catarrh, which is nothing but an condition of ihe mucous rurfaces. Jitwie Macy, S ate and Ktam-iue- r We will uive O le Hundred Dollars for was here do in Frankfort la-- t week any case of Deafness (caused bv Catarrh) looking after the needs of ihote people in that we can not cure by taking Hall's nur county who sollered from the liter" of Catnrih Cute Send lor Circulars, free. the late storm, .ludgt Mary appointed a F J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo. O commune at llardinsburg to iiBsim him in by Druggists 7jc. getting at the losses. It should be rememFirry dwelliig Iiouks are needed in bered, however that none of the $.'10,000 appropriated by the Legislature enn be Cloverport and would be occupied now if tisid in repairing licuses, barns, etc., but they could be bad. Uuilj houses. such turns as may be appropriated to our people can only be expeided for fotd, rorliuiu'h Frrulck Scmiureit I2ver u dure. clothing and medicine. Does hist ry repea' itseli in vain ? Lt Tiik Fratiklorl correspoMlent of lie no man dotbt that the Louisiana State Louisville Times says Lotteiy Company did, on Tuesday, March I lib, decide by Ihe 2:18 h Three members of tie ix cuiive con Orand Monthly inlllee ol the Keotiiik I'rem Association Drawing, who shall git $1 051,800 in sums Judge Ileckner, of Winchester, W. T. from 100,000 down All information can Iluvens, of the Mt. Stcling Semii.el and be bud Irom M A. Dauphin, New Orleans Col K. Polk Johnson, president of the La Ticket No H Ll'2 drew :he First Cap met here yesterday and par- ital Prize ol $1100 000. it was sold in tially arranged program lor t'ie meeting twentieths at $1 enc'i ; two to C. C. C of tint iiffoeiation at Winchester, be2H Anh'and Si , Maiden, Mass ; one Tlie suV to Albert Weis, Galveston, I'exns ; one ginning Wednesday. June I BH'igmd are as 'ollons: to Georgo M Green. Boton, Mass ; one n Journalism Col II M. I I C'ias H.Johnson 11 ision, Mass , one MiCarly. lo Fanny I'op.o, care Cbas I'oppe, S'ock-toThat Advertising Hill Funeial Cal one to Joseph G todinan care ol II em It Keller, Carlisle, MerN Snelleuberg Si Co., Philadelphia, IV. ; cury. one to I S. A man, Philadelphia, Pa , one How We Oaijiertd ihe Nrwi A Toriin to W Condigley, Phhdelphia, o'ne , ilo iSti rj Tims. (' Waikinc, Cour'er to II Hudson and 11 Kuotts, care ol C D Journal Kennedy, It iltim ire, Md; one to FrankHtlrcH ol ! omnium C., I .lului t). lin Hank Hjliiuiore. Md. ; ore lo Mwa Hodges, Lexington Observer Chuilotte Hedge, Saii Francirc, Cal ; Editor and Legislator Hon J hn. It. one to Miss Carrie Hell, Willis, Tex.; one Kemp, Clinton Democrat to a depositor New Orleans Nat'l Hank, The Fdiior's Relation to li on H I'. I). New Orleans L'l , etc , etc. Ticket No. Arnold, MiJdlesb ir. ugh Niwa 701 drew the Stciind Capital irze ol 'I he Advertising Agent We Cm Abuse 1100 003, sold in tfitieths at $1 each Him John A. One to Bianch U trite ol Commerce Omt-hHim II We Can N, it ' Hell, Qeo'getowii Times Neb ; Suv .ry A Co's Express, .'12 K A Uur Mvumiil Cquli iiipnn-.iit-- t Ujtoii,,Mass ; one lo Court (lullion, Cariolltnn Democrat und Planters' Nat'l II mk, GreenII n Oilier japers are 10 bo add-- d ville, Miss , One to .First Nnt'l Hank, Henry Wattemon will be invited to dellvir Lima, Oliin; one to Mimph'.s C ty Hank, nn address on a sul ject yet to be Belecttd. Memphis, Term , one lo G Pbilltpp, Kalamazoo, Mich.; one to J. C. Pritclmtd, Hkll'ilo. N. Y. ; one to A. Nulheic. 1011 A0um street, Jrll'-rsn- n Ciy, Mo.; one to Hibiil Gregg ard G O. EJmonds, H iMon Mats. etc. Thk-- t No. 10 122 drew the When Ilalir was alck, wo gave her Coatorla. Wlieit lie a a Child, the cried for Cnatorla. Third Cupial Piize of ?50'000 Ticket StyAVlien the became Muw, slui clung to Cnatorla No. 26YI5I drw the Fouiih Capittl Pr'ze rRviien she had Children, she gave tlictn Castorla. ol $25 000. 'Ihe next Drawing uill lake pluco Tuesday, Muj LI n, ol which ull information will be furnished on upplicatfon . to M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La. Hon. e C'ujtou-Hreckenridd. 1 Dreex-enrldgo open-banded, al ed CSy-Sold -11 U Aute-biluin, ks , tbe appropriation made by the Len'sltiuire for the Mono sufferers like a little man. 'It as piesumrd, however, that 1,'inisville was amply able to provide for herself, and the whole of that $:I0 000 should bavu gone to counties out in ibe Slate. UVtt Ilouml OAII.Y hXCKPT SUNDAY. ' STATIONS. 0AII.Y KCKPT SUNDAY. Irvington 11.30 a. ii.Lv Irvlngton Junction ir.35 " Oarfield 12.40 f.m 1.05 llarned l.Itllp.u.Ar llardinsburg Ar. 0.00 a.m 8.55 8.00 7.30 I.v. 7.09 a.m That is the expression used' when they sec our superb stock of new Spring anil Summer Gooils. The ers will pay all I'rixes drawn in the Louis- iana State Lotteries which may be pre- newest, handsomest and most desirable stvlcs in Sntincs, in Woolen Suitings and Henriettas of foreign and sented at our counters II. IM. VAL,:usi,i:Y, ITcn. Louisiana domest'c weave. Nullonnl llanU. PlEUIin I.AIXAUX, lrc. Ntatc National Uaiili. CURTAINS. In C'lirtniiiH n- - Imve nil BeauLtifuLl the latest ltslgiiH t We Coinmlstloiicra. the undersigned Banks andJiank- - Hand in your subscriptions next week Engineer Cornwall was in the city Monday. Dr. George town Monday. U LACE CURTAINS. For 85c, $1.00, lxr pair. $1.'.'5, ' Wo 2.00 SHOES. manufacturers In tho country. Durability combined with style. Men's fine shoes, Congress and Hulls light and handsome $1.50 A. 1JAMJWIN, SHZI3E3TS- fit OAHIi KOllN I'ron. Unlun National llnuK. I'rcn, INuw Orlcaim Se, Kur.., Webster, was in $1.50, SI. 75, hive an linincn.se stoek nil ehoieu Boy's shirt waists to selections from one of the most reliable and ages. Ilank. National boys of all sizes GRANCT MONTHLY In DRAWING Mr. L A Foote and wife, Biwleyville( are in the city ii-- FANCY CURTAIN POLES. Youth's shirts in an endless variety. MEN'S SHIRTS. the Academy of Music, NewOrlcans Tuesday, May 13, 1890. Dram finished, Boinutliinjj pretty null There will be Q larerly meeting nut at novel only 35 ctH. Ephesus Sunday. DRESS G00US. Mr Marshal Morris, of Lmisville, rump Ginjdinnw of a liiiii(lrel lill'enut patterns in o.i the train Monday. St 'p at the Lennin- - Hotel for giod Zephyrs, room and good table, Sherwood StiitingH, Mrs. David Moorman, ol Rock Lick, was vtsi'iug Mrs J D Heeler Mondav. It is reported here that the the track-luyelll teech Fordville next week. S'aecantjipa, 100,000 ciicli, UuariorkkA; 'Iviitliv 82; TtvumlclliHSI. LIST OP PRIZES. 1 Capital Prize, $300,000. Ticket at Twcnly Hollar llaluIO: Kenwood, In all the latent shade'. &v. rs HENRIETTE CLOTH WOOLEN SUITINGS. In fitncv and Holiil colorx. Miss Katie Hoard of Outfield, came in Monday In enter Prof Shackleti's school. George of Hrandeuhurg, has the contract f.ir the brick woil; on the Mr. Wm bunk Mr. George Miller has reuted proper!) here nr.d will move his family town Fancy shirts, all wool, for summer wear Siinphinson's "Legal Tender", Conjrrw $1.75, another $1.00, to we them is but and Lace which is the best $2.00 shoe in the market. to fall in love with them. Men's Centime Calf common sense last "We have this best Linen IJosom, unlntin- $X0O dered fine shirt in this market at only Men's Geinine Kangaroo 50 cts. common scums last, Good Year Welt $5.00 An undlerti variety of Men's working And scores of others which we havn't shirts from 25 to 50 ets. room hero to mention. Also in Children's, Misses' ami Youth's LADIES' VESTS ' shoes we have almost an endless variety. Solid and fancy colors, very cheap. CAPITAL IMUZKOF $JOO,000..$300,OOU 1 UUANU l'HIZK OK IU(l,0UO.. 100,000 1 UltAND 1'ltlZK OF SU,UU0.. 60,00U 1 2 5 LAUUK tMUZES OF LAKUE 1'ltIZKd OF 1MUZKSOF ' 25 100 " AfPROXIllATlOK 200 500 1C0 100 100 25,000.. 25,000 10,000.. 20,000 4,000 25,000 1,000 25,000 500.. 50,000 300.. 60,000 200.. 100,000 PBIZtfS. I'rlieg of $500 are Prliea of $:i00 are I'rlies of $200 are Tkbuhml Phizes: 999 Priioj uf 100 are 999 Priioi of 100 are 150.000 $30,000 20.000 VV.900 99.900 $1,054,800 3,184 Prizes, amounting to at one. Mr. G Owen-lmro P Jolly cume up last week from and spent a day or so with his An immense stock of Gentlemen's Straw Hats will he in this week, also Ladies' Trimmed Straws. Tickets drawing Cipit.il Prizes are not entitled to terminal Prizes. AGENTS WANTED. JCSPFor Club rates, or any further information Ueilred, write legibly to tbe undersigned, Note tamily. 0irg to he large number of suits in, the circuit court, ihe town will be full of pe'ple for the next ibree week. The train,is still making trips to Irving-to- n .1. K. Ditto has a regular hospital of Irom this place every other day. This crippled up burses, is verj inconvenient to ihe traveling pub-I.- c W. M. Ditto sold bis crop ol lambs to K. daughter, Miss il. Shellman & Co. Mrs Amunda Smith and Mr. J. W. Lewis was in Louisville a few Adel, wbo have been visiting in Illinois lor several mouths ptst, are expected days last week. home in a lew days. Burn lo tbe wile of Mr. Ike Owings, April 7ih, a boy. Tbe court of cla ins met here last Monday a d made an order to Gardening was the liveliest thing of ina wooden bridge ncrosB the North Fork ol Rough terest g'tng on in town laxt week. creek, on I lie site where tbe old one stood. The sheriffs were busy last week getting O i tlm motion ol Squire George Hor-tie- ), out there 1890 tax books. nbout fif y persons living in the storm Mrs. Orauff, of Oensboro, is vieiting stricken district were exhonerated from her cousin, Frank Webb. paing c mii'y tax-- s for the next two Mr Louis Guuttr, Louisville, was the eears guest of Mrs. (Jreen last week Miller, Hook A Co. propose to mako Jur'ge Woolfulk is going to put hira up the capacity of their new flouring mill a handsome residence on bis farm.' sevenlj-fiv- e barrels per day. By making Mr. Geo. Yeakel was loser in the storm a choice brand o' fl mr they will be able of about $1000 to secure the entire trade til the town and at Louisville to the amount The young folks eij lyed a nice social mos of ihe surrounding country. C U More men's Friday There was considerable discussion in dance ut Mrs. ld "V E S T ' S3 l clearly itatlnj; your residence, with State, County, Street and Number. Morerapld return mail delivery will be aasurod by your encloj-In- g an Knrelopo boarlng your full address, V . GLOYRRPORT, KY. reached. And Owensboro is not on a boom ; and is not suffering from in 111 ted prices; but is growing in wealth nnd population every IMPORTANT. aoom.i , or .11. A. U4UIII1N, The ElSter flowers trot in thni wnrlr Inol January, consequently there was none snowing up on hister. Mr. and Mis. Toomby, of Louisville' came down last week to see ber father, Mr Cid. Elder, who was taken suddenly ill. Mr. Elder has been down with paralysis for more than a year at his daughter's, Mrs By ordinary letter, containing Monky Oroek issued by all .Express Companies, New York Exohango. Drutt or Postal Note Wi pat o.v Cubrknov sent us by Express of $5 or over. Now Orlcmib, I.a., WukliiiiKlun, D. C. , .!. A. 1AU1II1.. , Monday us to whether tbe nigl t. Mr. Rob Rawlings, wife and daughter, bridge across Rough creek should not be mo, leave for their home Decatur, III. built at tbe Monestary fork. It was pretty evident that a tirj"rity ol the people at Thursday. McDaniels want it there, and that it would Messrs. II. C Woodson, A W. Muremen be tbe rn'ist convenient for travel to tbe and Lon Moremen went lo the city last new railroad. The members nl the court, Wednesday. however, didn't think it feasiblo to make D.ck Baskeit shipped up u nice lot of any change, and ibe bridge will be erected bogs Sunday tlmt he bought ol Mr. M. A Dugon on the old tito ucruBS North Fork, the court-hou- se proposition to build a bridge at Monestary There is but one republican candidate Folk will be considered favorably by the out lor oflhe so fur in this county, and ho court at u time'in the future. " is for assessor. Misses Mildred Dillon and L'zz'e Htin-so- n, Not a house in town to rout, and forty Louisville, are visiting Mr. H. C. families waiting lor house to shelter tbetn. Peiidleberry at Weldon. Huild houses Joe McGehee has three young red foies that he is trj lug to raise, Joe wants to lit Excellent Uiiulillctt start a manager e. Commend to public approval the dlifur Mrs. 11. U. lUwIings and her son Rob nia liquid fruit remtdy, Sirup ol Figs It and wife visited relatives ut Uig Soring for is pleasing to the eye und to the taste, and a few days lust week. by gently acting ou the k.dneys, liver and It Miss Mutlie McGehee went bowels, il cleanses the sjstera iflectually thereby pro root ng ihe health and comfort Saturday to spend a few days with her cousin, Miss Uettie McGehee all who use it. The candidates start out on their cim paigning lour ol speech intking the 18 h BRANDENBURG. I brre are so many of them thai they ought to carry u camping ouli'. - - Agent & Corresp'nt John T. Ditto, 1 day. The increase in bminejs enterprises has added largely to the demand for housep. The demand for both dwelling and storeII. B Livers. houses cannot be supplied. Offentbnro's real estate has been too A letter from Mrs N. E Itees, lUeses, Ohio, says that she is delighted with her low, and lately has been increasing in valnew home and surrounding country, and ue very rapidly. Some tf its citizens who the News is locked forward lo every week were wie enough to see the situation have with great pleasure One of the first made a great deal of money by buying things she grabs in the Thursdays mail is unimproved property at.tLsel'ing it to those who wished to build the Biitx'KRMtumK News Though real estate values, as compared Messrs. A W. A J T. Moremen had Mr. with such property in other cities, ottering Morgan Richardson to stake olF a track to fewer advantages than O vensboro, range train Ibeir horses on last week. They have at a very low rate, ihe rapid increase in located it in a large field between their the prices of really has been one cf the barn and J. K Ditto's farm. Tbe grounds marvels of tho city's progress. Two years are beautiful and well located for a track, ago such u thing as reckoning suburban and could be made the fiiest place in the property by the foot was unknown to the woild for a lair ground real estate market. Suburban property There was but a few ptople in town last was sold at so much per acre and noi by week owing to ibe nice weather for farmtbe foot. All suburban- properly around ing. The faimers are considerably behind Owensboro is low in price compared with hand with their work owing to so much prices in other cities, audwhan the rapid They ere very late putliig in their and increasing d inland fjr ontsido proprain. oats which will cut the acreugi short, erly Is considered In vacant lo s and suburban p'opertj Thiy will also be late getting in their corn crop, as up to this time there has been no real estate is redtculously cheap In the suburb whlih bre rapidly building up into great amount of ground broken, handsome residei. co communities, tie investor will find bis golden harvest While it is doubtless true that any given lot In llucklou'u Ariilou Salvo The best salve in- - tbe world for cuts any part of the city wou d yield to the bruises, sores ulcers, salt rheum, (ever purchaser of today 25 per cent, per ansores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, num by iucreate in value, it is almost properly will bring to corns, and all skin eruptions, and positiveamout. ly, cures Piles, or no pay required. It is ibe investor double this ibis People from all over section of the guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box, State are turning their attention towards For sale by G, W. Short, Cloverport. Ky., this city, and its future is assured. Owensboro welcomes everybody wbo may and J. A. Witt, llardinsburg, Ky. choose to come, and they can do no belter in all the Snu'h than to invest in a citv which is so near to vast cupplies of timber, coal and iron, and behind which is a country rich as can be .found in ag icul-tu-- al resourcas. A iat Address Registered Letters to NEW OHL,t:AYS NATIONAL. HANK, Nety OrloufiH, I.a. ItEMEMDEH that the payment of all prlies UOUrtllANTKEO liV FOUK NATIONAL BANKS of New Orleans, and the Tickets are signed oy the President of an Institution, whose ohartered rights are reoognlzod In the ' highest Courts; therefore, beware of any Imitations or annonymuui schemes. ONE DOLLAR Is tho price of the smallest part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BY US In any Drawjng. Anything tn our name offered for less that a Dollar is a swindle. FARMERS FREE COLUMN. I have thros horses and three cows and culver (or tale. Two match horses weighing 1300 each. J. IC. Ditto, Brandenburg, Ky. For Sale Two good sized, well trained. fox hounds. 2 years old. Apply to F. V, Sample, Ky. For Sale Oae giol otTox, Term3 reason able. Apply to J. Tom Jolly, Sample, Ky. For Sale One Jersey bull calf, two weeks ' old. M. M. Frkkuan. One hone and mare, each 15f hands high, both combined saddle and harness animals. Thos. II. Ditto, Brandenburg, Ky. For Sale One old mule, 15J hands high, well broke. V. S: Dean, Hook Lick, Ky. Pure crab cider "for sale by tbe barrel. ApJoe D. Bras hear, Addison, Ky. ply to A fine lime and sand stone quarry for rent or lease on the L., St. L. .t T. railroad, W. S. Ash by, Cloverport, Ky. lias-hu- r M . Hogs! Hogs! Hogs! f Eight fine English Berkshire Pigs Sow from imported stock. Tbo Pigs by Imported Kublet No. 22,853. He cost W. T. Miller. Bowling areen, Ky., $700. These fine Pigs will be sold at reasonable prices. Jersey Heifer In calf. Jersey Cow Fresh May 1st, at fair prices. Dr. J. E. Brown, Cloverport, Ivy, i v 0WENSB0R0, KY. City of Solid - Growth, into placod my notes and acoounts In Dr. Kewiomt hands for prompt collection. Call on Da. B. T. IUrKRBTV. , Jilm and pay up. I btve Notice. ', ' Whose Veins the Stimulus IndustrialDovelopment is Pouring Greater Activ- - of Are broken down from overwork or household cares rebuilds tho system, alili digestion, removes ex cess of ullc, and cures malaria. Get the genuine. Many Persons Brown's Iron Bitters Ture Bred HerkiMre Pif.8, all ages. Eligible to registry. For Prices rnd other Information addrus For Sale. J.'T. Hoiurds, -- 1 1 Mrs. Patch Wo Ifolk very sick Suudsy. Ptesching at iho Methodist church Sun- Lust A v ry larjje yellow MasuO d.-A liberal reward lor same if re.urued'to Mr. H C, Uiwlings, Brandenburg, Ky. Bon Rawi.imih Mr Gfo. Riemau, ihe head and popular g'litleman ol the fi ra ol Gdj. Yeakel ii Co., called me in Saturday, hbowid me bis nobby hue of gents summer g 'oda George knows what to buy to please ihe ity and Now Life. 1 day H-- hI u, J. day. ThU Oily .lllritctltix llio Attention of Investor All Over the Cniuilrj'. Ovens-bor- o all ibe cities of i.fl rs the best inducement lo capital in search, not of speculation, but nf a rato 9f BBBQbBBI E Humphreys7 dcedtbeBOVoroliruroiiicdlcsoftlio'XVorld. usTornuscTrit-Koii- . llardinsburg, KyV S Moiemeti went to LouUvillo Sun- Do. Himi-naicYsrscincs are clenttncallT and carerully prepared preocrlptloni i used for many years lu private practice with succeu.and forever Ihtrtr yvart used by the people. Every alagle Bpo-cltl-o U a uptcla 1 cure for tlio UUease named. TIiMe Hpoclflra euro without druKglnir, purging or reducing tlie aystem.aud are lu fnct ami 1 "i O tf'ffi'SlSBBBBBBBBBBBMSBF Mtr-cbau- ls' Ex Judge It A O'Hrjatit was in (own Sa urday Mr Tbos. Inst week 11. Ditto was on the sick list bojs, Mon- The Commercial club uieeti tit xt day night. The bdse, bill crize his struck the boys in this town. Mrs. Dr. U ' A.- - tw.i hockmeu Will Bryant and Jim Fowler had a fight at Weldon lad Thursday. Br ant otjecttd to Fowler running a wagon in opposition to him and the No damage didicul'y arose Irom that, Uou Chapeze Wathen returned lorn Grayson county court Nst FiMay night Chep, has been r queued to make the race for Judgo of tbe Superior court. It he decides to make ihe race he will he an Ihe Ditto Is regaining her done. health again Hob Pusey, town of J iT;ron c ui.ly, was in Sundy. Mr R. H Clary, of Drcatur, III., spent Sunday the'Gih with his sister, Mrs. 1), W, Fulrlelgh, Louisville, easy winner. and legitimate investment. Irish coming a large cnmmetcial and manufacturing city, and is doing it fastor than any place in the South. The commircial and industrial advancement (f Owetikborn duiing tbe lat-- t few years has b'en so rapid that many people wlo have lulled to appreciate the magni-tud- e r.) the natural resi urces upon which this progress is hired, wrongly imagine that this development must in a few years rearh its limit Thy caunot compre-bm- d, becatiso they have not studied the subject, that Oirensboro's graw.h may go on indt finitely arid yet the limit not b ianr,or'jceinu)goriDlumi it junrrapR, vi i;iuiurciiur-AUUli'j umni n j)yfiitory. Griping, Ullloui Colic. . li Uuolorn Alorbua, Vomlllug. 7 CullchH, Cold, UronclillU. ... II lleailacbcs, rilcklleadaclie. Vertigo ill Ilyapopaln, lllllnus blmnarh... lit tjliiDurcenodor J Fnrora, WormH, Worm lever, worm cdbeuT Congeatton, Inflammation riucrii. . Ciillo ..' t'in .VM 8 Neuralirlu. Tootliatbe. Faceacha III III 4 fl JH II ii COFFEES J. F. SULZEE , & BRO., ... . "tv . t .AM ran, wciung nea. 11 uurt, retaliation 1. Bold by Prugglats, or nentnostpald on or price. Dr. lluMriiBKrs' Unual. (144 rcoelt J p(HV rlclily bound In cloth and gold, mailed trr. " 2 Ilumpbreya'HcdlclHcCn. l'V Fulton it.N r. I i I (Irneral jfii ay I'liliiful l'erluil. oy. 1 rvn lrltan kirlula uougn, uimcuitjirraiiniiK Salt Ubeuiu, Kryalpelaa. Kruptlona. Kuvnmuiiaiii, iiueumauo I'nina, J' nre rand Airue, Clilll. Jlalutla llllnu 1111.1.1 . lllanln tf'nfarrli. Influonra. rViMlnlhAifnfi Whooptiiir ('oubi Violent CoukIh. W "V. 5eo ,$ '2 3S! r CLOVERPORT, KY. SPECIFICS. ' mTrnmmu'"' "" ' rr Tfjrjr -- wmM HBMHMH tmiijiiw-" tfl - J j"'. j1 .TTrauTWLJJTg,,? .,.gg r . T.,0- - JWrfj " i.o'ii iiiiiVitii:n, N.iw in iilu t-- 111 L' J ' Jj U r I I II H l I I I I I I I I I I l I I I M I I II I Riiir nl Circuit i um coiivfiicii itt UurilinHburc next Mm.dny yuli jri to Uiickeby IJuuso Wh-- ii ,,n'!. fln'(lln!iiirt aiiip nl iljf e, I SAFE INVESTMENT k thi' coming Kl Domdoof Mny Hip Mmlglity Viiirrii'iiiiiulw'iitun. 8htI ami giiido Hit onw anl lYoxriw." W. DJvplIy, "The South 1m - - - .v- V" 6. V'. i & & & at- - Test K. y .1 v- - &V. f:'- - JtEr): I 3SNjmf&tjfc . will be Field, R. II. Rudd and R M Conway as remembered by the members of incorporators has been organized and sums. N.r. from now on Deanelield will be found hiwh the Presbytery iiroimu ueaneneiu ure immeiibe Presbytery wis opened with a sermon up towards the bend of iho pn cession of deposits of iron ore, eoal of every FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS. by the retiring moderator, Ilev Dr. J. M growing towns in Kentucky The situr of the Central Cnurcb, ation and surroundums ure very lovely, hind, fire brick and pottery elay, It c'rannd, Wo are nuthorlzod to announco about us you know that we make no empty boasts, You can the climate fine, nnd the place Is wa'ered Louisville. The Choir of ihe Presbylen GRORGE H. MADDEN, emery and hydraulic for cehitch to our word like u ship to an anchor. aa a Candidate for Clerk Court of Appeals an church added largely to the profit and by several of the fi test springs in Ken Subject to the action of Democratlo State ment, timber of every kind, and an tucky. the etij tyment of the evening. Convention. S x months ago Dea (field was only an agricultural country unsurpassed in Presbytery was organized by the elecFOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. tion ol Ilev Geo C. Oerstreet, olTayiorr. old field with no houses or Btores T iduy the South. ville, moderator; nnd Itav. J. W. Boy en there are eight stores and thirty two hiu,-e- s The sale will begin etch day at We are authorized to announce The land com piny yesterd ly let a 10 of Louiiville, temporary clerk. a. m. JOHN ROBERTS, The principal topics discus led were as contrnct for twenty r.ew house's They of the City of Louisville, aa a cnndldato for The O. '. of 11. & G. JUL II. will a p also erection a storehouse, follows: and have Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratlo party of tho Third let the contract fur a large twenty-rooearn every one lo anil from Hip mle Wednesday morning the Sabbath-schoAppellate District. length by llev, J hotel, ull to be ompleted in s'xty day. free of charii: work was presentid at The coal company have nno We are authorized, to announce L. McNair, after which the theme was coal aud are working lifiv shall down to An old time free Jlarlxcue. men day and taken up by the breiheren, nnd each one night Another shim will hi su ,k at once JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, Every one employing the sane number ol men Ii Barbecue will be set. told ull he knpw about Sabbath-ichool- s. as ft candidate for re election to the office of Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the Of course it didn't take them very long to has been demonstrated that ull the cons is invited to come. action of the Democratic party. known, excepting aniharcile, abound in toll It. The difcusoion was vory prnfi -- this locality, block Free ..1m.vV. A splendid brass coil, steam and do. able. Win. K. Barnes, mestic COtlN. CO k I Hi! coals and pn nnnU "John Allen Murray, band of twenty-fi- ve pieces will give llardlnsburg, Rev J. R Collier presented the woik of It is worthy of note tint in chemical Cloverpurt. Ueunifiild ciking coal moe free open air conoerts during the Home Missions, from which it appears MURRAY &. BARNES, nearly that that the Piesbvlery pa'd ii to the Treasury t! nne ville thin dj theol the celebrated day. 3Li av- ciWnz, ionN o One-thir- d of Home Missions la year $4,1100 and is Hit tern Kentucky, V. st Vr.i'io, Te Terms of Sale. cash, llardinaburg and Cloverport, present drawing from that treasury uensee ur .vaoutna nt balance in 1 and 2 years with (J per Full many a gem of purest ray serene, Kentucky. I i tbo neareit c 'king coal lo f, $1 990 leaving a balance in favor nf tl e The dark,unfathoincd caves of ocean bear, also the nearest i md cukini? en ,1 m cent interest. Presbytery i f$2,.110. .St. Liuis Full many chicken Is hatphed to die unseen, It is as near Chicago ntt is T. For plat, etc, address Wednesday afternoon Ilev. Ilargrnve Connellsville cokint! cml, and nearer the Beeauao none of Oanter's chicken cholera to presented the cause of Fretdmen; Ilev. large deposits ol Bemer iron ores than a'nd was there. cure anv o her coking coal in this country M. HARDINSBURG, KY. This wonderful never-failin- g remedy is McNair, the cause of Foreign Missions, The coal has already been tested here, 3rOflico on llrlok Corner. Rev Cle'nnd, the cause of Ministerial Di'iiiictii'lil it Improvement Co sold and warran'ed by O. W. Sh rt and proved to make excellent c ike To and Rev. Allen, the causes of Educa- carloads of the coal will be sent to LouisMr. J F. Carter, Webster, was in town OWENSBORO, KY. Colleges. Each of these themes ville parlie?, who intend to oreel 100 coke last week and renewed his subscrip'ion to tion and was welt presented and appropriate action ovens nt Deonefi Id if the coil stands the r (J TIOjY ASS UllED. SA Mr. Carter says our "Free the Nkws. test Tho company nre layiim their land was taken in each case. WEDNESDAY. AI'ltlL lfi lfrSO. THE out beautifully, with wide streets and Column" did him a good service, as it Wednesday evnlng was occupied by a alleys, are grading and ditching tl brought him a customer for his hirse and e 1 discussion of "Revision." Ilev 'Dr Rich- s'reets, an I planting shade trees on boih I'erNuiml. LL he made a sale. "It is a good thing for With the stnrt mond presented the subject, which was sides of each street the farmers," said be, "und more of them Deantfi.ld already John Burks was In the city Sunday. discussed at will, almost every member of dustrial progress ba, and the great inought to use it " that Kentucky is 'to Owcnaboro Friday. Miss I.ela llcnly went Presbytery delivering himself of a speech. ing, lhe.re seems to be no reason why mikOf tho Twenty Remaining this Mrs. Moorman, wife of Mr Jesse Moor The action of Presbytery in the matter is place so abundantly favorei by nature J. II. I.oyd, of Huston, was In town Men-di- man, died in this city last Wednesday at found elsewhere in your colnmns, and was snouiu not lully rival the wonderful growth ' which has made Middlesborough the ripe old age (if 81 .years Mrs. Moorand adopted by' a msj irity of one. Iter. D. J. Uigglna went to Owensboro lost Pinevifle so widely known all over the man was a tiue Christian woman and died Thursday morning the themes discussed country week. as she had lived, erj tying the faith of her were "Temperance" and "Sabba'h In the Deanf field enj iyn very superior natural Judge J. A. Muraay went to Ilnrdinsburg A word to the Wlieeler.s. You needn't consult anyMaster unto the eud. A more extended advantages, and if the initial work be folby Rev. A. J. Thompson ; "Sysyesterday. notice of thii estimable wife, mother and tematic BeoeGcence" by Rev. McNair, lowed up wisely and Well, a larire indni.- body nor make any arrangements in regard to your supMiss Katie lioyd returned fritu Hnwtsvllle Irial town will be materialized The friend will be given in our next issue. and the "Xirrative of the State of ReligThursday. trouble with many movomnts of the kind plies. J am selling goods now lower than any living man A delegation of K P. a came up from ion within the Bounds of Presbytery" by just inauBftrated at D'owefild arises from Sam Suiter, of Canneltun, w.i In tho city Owensboro Monday to assist the breth-ere- n Rev. Thompson Jenecin natural advantage?. Thursday. can sell them and always have. Come to my store in here in initiating several naw mem Rev. J IL Collier and Elder Judge It should be borne in mind that own Mr, Chas. Kledel, of Hull, was in the city unlike facts nre not born, but made-- . It, They were Ilubt. Bardett, Adam Landes were chosen commissioners to the bers. Addition to Hafdinsburg and it will take me only a few minutes to Thursday. js n matter of congratulation Steitler, Jr., W. T. Grayson, J. W. Carter, General A'sembly, which meets at Sara- in charge of this Deanelield that the men mivement are Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Holt were In the city John Riley, C. K. Lehrberg, convince you of the fact. Talk about 10 per cent. I don't Jos. Stirman, toga Springs, N. Y. the latter part of Mny. n it amateurs, but men of affairs who are Thursday. thoroughly awake to the importance nl Qus Eckert, J. E Hoi ley, John Derrett, ask any more on my goods and sell a great many articles After hearing reports from various com ' ' Miss Sallte Mattbows supplementing natural advantages with la Washington, D. J! W. Bishop and J. C DeWilt. Will take place mittees and passing a hearty vote of pu8h.( energy and libernli'y. In town 0., this week. for less. I am the original low price man of this county. Mrs. I) ra S. Brashear, wife of W. R thanks to the good people of Cloverpor', building, as in everj thing els, very much Mrs. 8. 1. Conrad returned from II we- Brashear, deceased, died at Midway, Ky , and to everybody else and everything else deper d j upon tho stj le in which it is done. If you want goods bring along the cash or its equivalent, vlllo Thursday. 14 within reach, the b idy adjourned. March 18 h. Sbo was a resident of Breck-enridMaj. J, II. h. Moorman returned from IIjiv roanout, realty aciii:s hack soul for nothing produce. Mr. Malcolm Bullitt, of the county about sixteen Tears, and Or you are nil u orn v derion Saturday. It U general ilelillltr. 'I ry bad many friends here who loved her ridge Coal Co , placed a special train in Tho wonderful increase in value HHOHA'.S lltO.Y UlTlhllS. Mrs. Leigh Isaacs, of Stephensport, was in After she went t ex make ber home in Midcharge ol Conductor McNair, and gave the It will euro you, and Klvor KomlnppitUc. Sold of Owensboro real estate has been the oity Saturday; Is all flea ; In medicine. way she evinced her appreciation for her Clerical party an excursion to the Tir t tho theme of many newspapor arMrs. Nelson Jolly, of near llardlnsburg, frionds and the News by ever being a sub- bprings, which was enj tyed by all. was In tbo city Monday. ticles during the past six months. Mention should be made o' the Ladies' scriber, From early childhood she was a . Mrs. Wm. Smith and Mrs. D. S. Duncan, devoted member of the Christian church. Missionary Society, which met at the resBut those who have not come to of Holt, were In the city Thursday. O ten during her lingering illness of a idence of Mrs. Dr. Brown in which the Owensboro to investigate can havo A. D. Sklllman went to Loulstilie Monday year, of consumption, she spoke of "death work of the ladies during the ear was reNO but an.impcrfect idea at best of tho 33 In the Interests of tho bobl.In factory. m .i ai if preparing fur a pleasant j uroey. ported. When their report was read bevast increase in values. TIIEItE Hon, A, W. Moreuien and Geo. Fryinler, of When the cull came s e quietly fell fore Presbytery the en'ire" bdy rose and II! GOODS ARE NO Brandenburg, were In town yesterday. BETTER investments to sang "Praise G id from whom all blessings asleep. Mr. A. M. Kasey returned Saturday to his AT flow." bo mado in the state than in real homo hero, after an absence of several months. Mi.k cannot bring their families here Presbytery departed, well fed and hapestate in and around Owensboro. L, D. Mr. Dolph Jones, of Big Spring, passed till they can get h uhsj Build them at py, stimulated by their conference and Men with comparatively small thrjugh this city Monday enroute to llardim-b.irgladdened by their pilite reception by the once. ADDISON, KY means have invested in Owensboro Cloverport people. May Heaven's beneBest No. I, Cbvar Seed real estato and made large sums oi . $3.25 bu 0. T. Skiitman and W. S Bowmcr attended It. II. II. ( Ilotunlc Illood Itulm ). diction rest upon the good people of DKAI.KUS IN the carnival and hop at Owensboro Friday you try this remedy you will sy as many if there are any bad people there Bast No I, Timothy Seed money. There aro twenty lots for If .... 1.50" others have said, that Is the bust blood purifievening, I w didn't find them. Best No. I, Red Top Seed sale in Westview on which houses 40 " er and tonlo. Write blood Ualm Co., Wallace Rosson, of Trliter, Ky., a former da., for book of convincing testimony, Atlanta, We were pleased with the good taste i f ' Best Garman Millet can be built, aad fully 15 to 20 per 70 teacher in the High School here, was In town' J. P. Davis, Atlanta, On, (West End), the people in brightening their church 50 barrels af the Choloes Crab Cldar on cent, realized on tho entire amount writes : "I consider that U. O. O. baa permaSaturday. Miy its pulpit soon be GROCERIES, SADDLERY, HARDWARE, nently cured me of rheumatism and aclatlua." auditorium hand, all this years males. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Clark were up from CanThis is pure invested in tho way of rents, regardK. K. Sautter, Athens, Q., says; "B. 1), brightened with the face of a pastor. BOOTS neltun last week, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. 11. turod me of on ulcer that had resisted all goods, country mada. B:st in the market. less of tho enhancement in the val-u- o J. R. Cot.MKit, Stated Clerk. other treatment." 1$, L. Clark. Call Wo make a snccialtv of Seeds and Farmintc Implements. of tho property as tho town K. U. Tlnstoy, Columbia, Ala., writes: "My Write for prices by the barrel. Miss Lillle Cooper was called home last mother and sister bad ulcerated aore throat Entitled to tho lie!. Money put in real estate and get our prices before buying as we are sure we can save you money Make yoar wife happy by getting her a grows. week to see her sister who Is very low with and scrofula. II, II, 11 cured tbeiu." All ure entitled to the best that their SINGER SEWING on fhatyou buy. We also keep in connection with our store a Jlrst- Jacob F. Sponoler, Kewnan, Oa., wrltea i MACHINE, typhoid fever. all attach- at Owensboro at present prices is "H. U. II. entirely cured JtTe of rbenmutlsm in money will huy, bo every family should class Hotel and Jjivory otanie ami oner special inducements 10 ments complete for $16.50 Will ship to safer than deposits in a National Mr. W. 0, Allen uud wife and .Mr. J. D, my shoulders. I used six bottler." have, at once, a bottlo of tho best family BROS., mercial men Chaa. U Inhardt, No. 2027 Fouutaln Street, Gregory, Jr., and wife went to Louisville any part of the Country. bank. Irvington, Ky. llaltluiore, Md., writes i "I suffered with remedy, Syrup of Figs, to clemiso tho Monday ovenlng. bloedlng piles two years, and am glad to aay system when costive or bilious. For sulo The possession of one or more of Judge J. S. Wilkersou and daughter, Miss that one bottle of It, 1). II, eurod me." lots in as desirablo a location as THE YOUNG STALLION Hardy, Tooooa, Qa , write i "II. 11. in 60c nnd $1.00 hottlcs- hy nil lending Etta, are tho guests of Itov. Divld Standld 11. J.J. quick cure la a fr cntarrh. Three bottles druggists. Westview, a growing and prosperand wife, of 7.1 West High street. Lexington cured me. I had been troubled aeveral years. ! ous A. Bpink, Atlanta, Uu., aaya : "One bottle Lead Jr. . city is tho surest foundation of DEANERELD AT WORK. of 11. II. II, completely cured my ohlll of Will wake tho wiuon of 189J at my atable, wealth thoro is on the earth. Mrs, Elixii Tujlor, who hits beon spending Ow- Holt. Ky., en the following terua $12 .lollara W, A. Pepper, Fredonla, Ala., wrltea t "II, several weeks with her mother, Mrs. J. 0, to well known , causes, and to Inanro a mare in foal, the mnnv duo whan. ing )ro Anothor Kentucky Town ArrangUubbage, leturned tu her home in Hotulta II. II. cured my mother of ulcerated ever the fo la itcccrUlnod or the tnaro nartoJ throat." without any unsual effort on your Saturday. with. N . Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant nnd refreshing to tho taste, and acta Rentlyyetproniptly on Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, s and fevers and cures lialiitunl constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho tnsto and acceptable to tho stomarh, prompt in its action and truly hcueficinl in its effects, prepared only from tho and agreeablo suhtances, its ninny excellent qualities commend it to all and huva mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for silo in 50c and $1 bottles hy all leading druggists. Any refiallo druggist wlio may not have it on hand Mill procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. head-achemost-health- ONJ5 ENJOYS y Ali'jc Qreory dioJ nt J IIsrsi)ii-villLid,, jesterday. EvprjlbiiiK for talc ai first com nt the lied Fron' lor the next trw days Y. ti cat. now buy uoida nt what they com in (JtiicHKO, nt the Hed Front. lunis fn m Ut')evlllp, Irvinulnn, liurna, and Lot'U Branch wtre cruwded out thin week. A telp(rn,h liue has been opened nt me machine bhopn Mr Spinka m (i ger-- ii K the kvH temporarily lirhur jiur pholrgrapli to Mrg Joln-ui- i's studio lor a life 8 . crnjnn pirlrull. diiiKer Machi.ie Ollice, Gluv rport. Xiiw is tbe time lorave money. Evirj-- 1 hi u at cos', fur iv few dujg only, at the litd Front. Will moe week Lite rize portraitn tn crayon or oil, Irom $5 to $20, at Mia. ,1 huscn'a audio in Sinner Machine Ollice, (Jit.verport V. S. Ashby, of the II uliland Nirsrj, has the comract fur putting of 20 000 a pie trees ior 11. W. Wiishiifcton on his larm near Irvinctou Alra ix At this time of tlio year is a Spring Overcoat. If you take cold now yon art! liable to keep it till Btinii.ier, and that means "danger." Wo havo in stoc-- a superb lot of these useful as well na ornamental garments of our own make, at all prices, and many different fabric.--. Now is the time to buy a Spring OverWe have opened up our entire stock of new Spring coat! Clothing; every garment is made by us here in Louisville. We claim it. is tlTc best and most complete stock in the city, and em braces everything nice, good and cheap for Men, Hoys and Children. Come to us direct; we can and will suit you, no matter how little money you have to spend, we have got what Our salesmen are polite and attentive, and treat you want. ever; body alike. You will be promptly and courteously waited on whether you buy or not. Bundles delivered promptly to any j:ait of the city. Tho Doanofiold Land and Improvement Company lor the pilrpoH1 " of attriicllug the attention of jicoplu abroad to udvnntuges the unrivaled of Deanelield, as u place for investment for the location of industrial enterprises, and in order to stimulate its growth ipid progress will hold an ' Auction Sale OF WE WANT TO BEAT Choice Business AND A , FLEA IN YOUR u-- cd EAR! Residence Lots JULIUS eole and churches of Cloverport long, WINTER & m ox Tuesday anil Wednesday, Are you doing the b st for ymuself in the way of trade? You think you are, but are you ? You can't answer tiue'stion until you have seen our stock, got our price, and compared them with prices aud goods you have been to. We want th question t, TO BEAT ON THE DRUM 1 Hon D. It! Murray bus eiijjatfed pas-saon the steamer Trave and will sail foi Europe May 28 h. lie jces in the "Old Reliable" Clotliiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. i 1 ne May 6th & 7th. This sale oilers the lineht opportunity ever presented for investment of eapital in large or small SAN FRANCISC ), CAL. 'HEW YORK, LOUISVILU, KY. Attorneys at a inttresTol the ureal Fisher estate. The little town ol Yelvington, in Daviess ci.unty, was ulmoat wholly destroyed by fire last Thursday and sifTered a loss of $10 000, with an insurance of $12,000 I (luarantee my work lo be satisfactory, and those desiring portraits of themselves or friends should call on Mis. Jahnsor. Studio, Singer Machine Ollice, Cloveport There was another one of those delightful parlies so much ei j yed by the joudr people given at the residence of J.idge and Mrs. J. A Murray lust Friday tven,-in- g Quito a number was pris-in- t and all enjijed themselves to 'the utmo t One of the pleasant and impressive features of the meeting of tho Liuisville Presbytery in this city last wcet was the christening, by Dr McNair, of a beautiful and innocent lit to babe, Dinald. infant daughter of Judge and Mrs. J. A. Murray Six columns o live und interesting ruhed in on us this week and ihey necessarily cut down our usuul supply i f readir g ma ter. This thing doesn't happen often, and we hope our teadets will bear with us and e joy the boom us heartily as we do of your ear till it drums up ciwtom for us. That's what it is bound to do if you answer it fairly. You don't know what you are doing, in goods or prices, if you haven't tried us. We do I... ..il .1..!.... a m.uH mini uuiiti are fining, nunI.. e Know we are lining Hotter than anybody. 1..-- J ..... If You Know Anything pin-to- rck ol m CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, R. J. BASSETT & BRO., DO0R9, LEIT OHFIELD, KY. SASH, BLINDS, ROUGH DRESSED LUMBER. on-positi- on and res-mbl- es 1 iiii-vi- lle. Dr. J. Physician BAKER, Surgeon, Roofing Building Mat rials R. Conway, Mg'r He-lie- f, Brrckenridge News. ESTIMATES furnished at low prices. SHIPMENTS made directly from Planing- Mill to any point. TISFd AUCTION SALE y. LOTS WHEELERS. Ri-for- over-eon- G Westview OWENSBORO 1 if Wednesday, May rJ. Here's A Chance BITE, BUT STRAIGHT A. WITT, Hardinsburg, Ky. 1, a m ADDISON'S g, Ck-verp- TISIE nUitMi&AR KY. IRVINGTON, Field Seeds, Farmihg Implements, STOVES and TINWARE, and SHOES. Happy Thought 1 A Sure Hog Cholera Preventive. J. E. MOORMAN'S T- - v m - i i) lT'l v- - 1 r ':j. u Tin Ntwi is indebtei lo secretary Itev. J. II. Collier fir the following account of llspr feeding' : Worth KhowUiic, The Presbytery of Louisville bad a very lltruiies' Tonic The old time, reliable pleasant meeting in the beautiful cjty Reputation of Cloverport remedy for Fever and Ague. Tho journey thither Mrued by Thirty years success. You can was pleasant, the. day 'befog delightful. . . . . . l uepnu upon tt. ii:v."it t n uiiu!OI8th Th3 reception by the people was whole- MiVK tr. souled and ;ordi il. The eonrtety of (he 0. . Our new physician, Dr. Juhn M. Clayton, returned from Owensboro .Monday, where he had been to secure paraphernalia for hi ofHoe, He la a gentleman worthy of patronage. Fred Moak, ono of Cloverport' hoys, arrived in the city Filduy and spent a fijw dajs with old friends. His' home U now In Ciiclu-hat- l, and this Is bis first visit In ten year absence, ing to Make the Most comets are kept away fur the' want of houses. Build boues. Nt: of Great Natural i Ad- - Tho l.oiiUvlllo I'renbyenrjr Held An liilercitiux' NenaleH In Thl Oily A l.ul Week. 1.000.000 Company to limit lliu Town Klid Develop IU Reaourcoti Fifty Colic Ovciih to be Hmlt. up Thia excellent Ii cation for an lnduirlal city Ii about to be brought In the frrn by buslneK in on $0 a btninoa way. The laid Las been secured, a at rone company ol $1 000 000 capital . with P. M. Deane, Joe. Fmiqua, .1. W. M. Happy Thought la MX handa high, three years old this (prlng, color a rich malioirany Uy, long flowing muln and tall, iiiDgnlflcent atyle and action. PEDIGUKE. Happy Thought aired by Happy Crna,heby finrrard Chler (22531 and bo by Mambrlno Chler. lit dam Plnkle by Kentucky Drennon, 2d dam Cora Alliion by Lee Paul. Kentucky Drennon by Old Drennon, lit dam by Old tlray Kigle,2ddam by Dlomede. Loe Paul by Lexington and be by Doiton, lit.dim Anna 0. by Imp. Olenoo, 2d dam by Waggoner. It will be aten that lUppy Thought la a line aaddler. THE JACK WONDETf. Will make tbo leaion at tho flame atableat$10 to Inaure a tnaro In foal, money due when the fact Ii aicertalnod or mare parted nltb. part, this foundation will increase in value year by year until you will bo greatly surprised in knowing that you did tho best possible thing with your money. If you havo money to invest como to this sale and 'buy a lot. Terms cash, balance in 1, 2 & years with (5 per cent interest. ,For plat Ac, address one-fourth Mocj sfZ' -- nJilU Gliolera. r " Preventive 11 R. M. CONWAY, 117 St, Ann J. Q. STEPHENS, HOLT, KY. St., Will prevent the ravagca of Choi m un any furm atock. and. In arimo cuaea will cure Cholera, although wo 11 Ai. w 111 not Insure it to do ao. It baa been tried and thoroughly teited hy many of the btet farmers In Dreckenrldgo nnd Hardin cou- S: WE3:2&!-6I:2X5Z.Ztlea and has neror failed. l)el w : John Meador, Dolph Jones, nre the namta of aoroe of our firm era who have tettci Ma merita Dig Sprlnga) Hob English, Dr. O. . Aud, Cecllian j Cbaa. llardaway, Uovrley ville. Experience teaches ua that Hog Cholera cannot he cured except In rare eaaes j so this U merely a preventive which, if given aocordlng to direction!, we warrant to preterve the bcnllfi pounds will kep twety-Sv- e It la put up In aacka at 12)4 conts per. pound. Twenty-fiv- e hogs healthy for a year. AGENTS Beard A IUeler, llardlnsburg ) (J, W. Short, Cloverport j Joe Jones, Kb WHIpTs Manufactured by 3 V .. jBggjfr jM m s "c ; OWENSBORO, KY. J. E. MOORMAN, Owcnsbttp j & V , 9 4mI Wvdf?'!''1'1' i"wipMnii,iMi '" uvippi ipppwnwpsstff'ywr")'?'1". "'"jj"vii.'t vwvme? "?2CKENriDGE News HOW I england's critics criticised. Our KtHce LotiU anil tallies Snlil In Ulvu Cnrlciitium. I to TO'UCB'THE Ilnrfiil ROAD SCRAPER. f J ""' Hint on tlin Ui'pitlrlng Head. In' a llttlo book on "Improvement of Highways," prepared umler tho auspices of the League of tnerican Wheelmen, an anonymous writer, who is vouched for as authority, writes-afollows on tl:o subject of road making ns ipplled to tho caro and improvement t.f the track: "To providu a smooth highway," he Bays, "Is now a very simplu and Inexpen- ti i sive work, ns labor saving machinery lias recently been introduced which, under ordinary condition, is very Tho 'road pcraper," or hone, mounted in a framo on wheels and g.'nred ho that it can he sot, to iiuv piano and nnglK will mnootli i.!f and and round up a dirt road quI'-Uohcaply, compared with fornieruic tiicxR The general jiracticcof the load mister lias been to defer the annual repairs till such a time as the farmer has most leisure or inclination to work out the road tax; this would usually be lato in the bummer, or even in tho falllvhon tlfe road crust Is nt its hardest stae. and after being broken up and spread nnow is too dry to harden again readily. Now that tho 'road hone" may be used, v oik that took a week in tho fall may easily lie done in a day in the spring. Tint., the road will bo in the right form for MiiiinuT travel at tho opening of the sea-soinstead of at its close. This would also Ikj making the repairs at the earliest oportu!iity after the chief il.imago is done. The worst ruts ami ridgea the spring in aro formed early out when the frost is thawing and the ground, being Iocmc and wrous, absorbs all the rainfall till the road bed becomes spongy and miry. When the ground hasdriedsulliciently to bo neither muddy nor crusty, tho rough ridges aro in their most friable condition. They ean then be planed .down with the road hone with much greater ease, and the material can led into tho ruts and holes, will jwek and harden much better than at any other time, whether the road bo chiefly clay, loam, wind, gravel or nin.il' stones. This medium stage of dryness gives the best conditions for easy and ctlective work. If tho work be neglected for only a lew weeks, the crust may lccoine so hard under the const mt pressure of trallic and the baking mliihhiiie that the hone can make no impression oil iff If the work lw deferred till icle. midsummer or later, the 'eiovvn' will Hull' Uih Way, Soinitlinc.. . proliably bo worn oir the center of the load, and instead of shedding rain to The railroad car window is probably each side it will carry it along like a responsible for ns much profanity as the water course. Heavy thunderstorms hammer ami the nail. Who is theie who often catiso gi eat damage 'when a load has not tackled one of these obdurate inthus Incomes Hat or hollow in the mid-dh- stitutions':' On a train Saturday a woman To restore the proper form when made a fruitless little effort to raiso the thv margins become .high ami haul is window. A gentleman from across tho very laborious work, whether done with aisle immediately offered his services. pick and shovel or with plow and scoop He grabbed the catch and with a confiThe material will not pack u.tdily in dry dent air started to put the window light weather, and tho newly repaiied rpail up without any fuss. A look of surprise may for weeks le in worse condition came over his face as the window didn't than liefore it was worked. Instead of budge. Then he got mad, and bracing extensile lepairs of this character only his knees against the seat tugged away once a year, it would bo much Ijcttcr to for life. Dut the window stayed right there. gie a timely scraping as soon as practicable after the chief damage is done in He wriggled and writhed and slipped oft" tin- - spring, and also an occasional the sent until his faco was carmine and honing aflir heavy rains, or whenever great globules of perspiration stood upon from any lauso tho surface liecomes his massive brow. The passengers lookrough. One machine would lie sulllcient ed tluoughtftil and considerate. The for a large district, and the times, methwindow would not budge, and with a ods and terms nf the work can be ar- smile and apology, but with a writhing ranged on a satisfactory and permanent volcano of words suppressed, he gave it basis after a few ears expeiience. Un up. Jiistheiea little puny individual der ordinary conditions a fair road cntr stepped fiuui a corner seat, rapped lightbe maintained throughout the season ly on the bottom of the window frame, w ith simply this occasional passage ol and pushe I up the slide w ith a triumtho road hone over it. The cost would phant loo!,, ami quietly taking his seat, l)e very small compared with present staited his newspaper again. Iiuttalo methods. Of course these machines are Courier. only suitable where the road is built up T!if I'njf linlugjr r I'plileitllr. l with the ordinary boil or of the Every epidemic carries fn its train cudistrict, or with perhaps more or less gravel or small stones in certain sections. rious exaggerations of many well recogThis, however, is the ordinary stuictuie nized characteristics, and these frequentof all our country roads, and hence this ly call for appreciation and for treattreatment will be (juito generally appli- ment almost as much as the disease, in which they originate. Perhaps one of cable." In the same woik is piloted a ticatise the mo.--t striking of thefce mental perby Mr Clemens Iierschel, which treats versities is to be found in tho idea that if tho kindred subject of load repairs as the epidemic is to ho tiented by "common sense," or by nostra which have follows: largely advertised, or by specifics "Aftora road has been properly rolled, and tho surface made compact and which aie known to the laity mainly smooth, it should always he maintained through their frequent mention in the in that condition, no matter how great is daily press. Tho:e suffering under this me amount 01 travel on it. w stitch in delusion feel that it is n holly unnecessary time saves nine,' here as well as else-- v to seek skilled ashistanoe, and they boldly here. The tendency is to piutlucc i uts; dose themsjlvcs with remedies of whose these gather water: this soaks into the power a:id pioperties they aie absolutely toad lied ami soils the whole. The ignorant. In Vienna, according to The problem can bo put in this way: To have Lancet, it has already been found necesa good road it is necessary that there be sary to foibid tho sale of nntipyrin, exno dust or mud on the same, and that cept under doctors' prescriptions, as no there be no ruts: therefoie, remoie the dust and mud as fast as they are formed less than seventeen deaths were attlib-uteto stoppage of the heart's action and till up the ruts as fast ns thej are made. Tin- - whole matter is heie" in a owing to ovei doses. The fioedom with nutshell. It may be thought, at the lirst which tho prescription of this remedy view, that this is too expensive a system. has been assumed by tho public has long Its principal beauty lies, however, in been viewed with anxiety by tho meditho fact that it costs less per cal profession, and frequent warnings mile of J road kept one vear than have already fallen upon denf curs. tho pernicious system of annual or repairs, as can be shown All i:lllllltlllll of .MIcl'OMMIJII-H- . and proved. Tho iiIhjvo two rules The 'teicentenary of the invention of fcweep oil the mud and dust as fast as they are formed, and till up, the nits ami the compound microscope" will bo celeliad places with new materials as fast as brated by a universal exhibition of botany they appear aie all that is necessary to and microscopy, to be held at Antwerp be carried out in older that theie lie conduring the present vear. under tho austinually a good road. Without continual pices of M. Ch. de Uossciiere, president; repairs there can be no such thing us a constantly good road a proKsition that 51. Ch. Van (leert, secretary, and Dr. II. Van Heurck, vice president. It is cannot too often be repeated. Uy repairto oigauizeau historical exhibition ing a load annually, or twice a year, it mutteis not which, the result is, stiictly of microscopes and an exhibition of the sieaking. a good loatl at no time during instruments of all inakers, and of accesthe whole year. The load is wretched sory apparatus and photomicrography. just after repairs; it becomes passable At the conferences the following subafter awhile, and deteriorates from that jects will lie discussed and illustrated: day forwaid until it is again made Tho history of tho microscope; the use of wi etched; and so on ml inliiiitum. according to the present only ton common-I- v tho microscope; tlio projecting microfollowed smeiii. II) the other inetli-jk- I scopes nud photomicrography; tho miis ottered us a load as smooth as a croscopical structure of plants; the mifloor, year 111 and year out, and, let it croscopical structure of wan and of aninot be forgotten, at less exiienso." mals; microbes; tho adulteration of food The following, from W. T. C. Ward-v- i jubstances. Public Opinion. ell, of tho Rhode Island boaidofagii-culture- , states the farmers' view: "There can bo but one view taken in icgard to tho advantago of good country roads, THE INDUSTRIAL WORLD. not only to the farmer but to the whole In Scotland and Northumberland tlio state, in tho increased value of property. Why tho farmers, paying their propor- miners enjoy tlio eight hour day. tion of tho taxes, deriving no benefit An Engllbh railway company has bet from any flro service, having no polico protection, still submit to tho miserablo apart a epecial fund from which to recountry roads without a vigorous pro- ward acts of bravery on the part of its employes. test, is beyond my comprehension. " In Denmark most of tho girls nro Singular ('mint, Dentil from. trained in agriculture, which is there an Mrs. Willium L. Bradley, wife of r, Important industry. Tlio owners of inillionniru real CBtutc denier of iJiibtunie, farniB rcceivo pupils, who undergo a regIn., started out to make boiiio culls. Sim ular training. clipped nt tlio entrance of tho residence Tlio chimney of n friend and broke her arm. A doctor recently struck Bvveepers of Vienna who for an increaso of wages chlo- pro was suuiinoncd, who administered described us tho roform and proceeded to set tho arm. paid men in tho town. most wretchedly Their nionthlv Tho plate of a false tooth which Mrs. pay lias been about 14 florins, or SO shlf. unknown to tho doctor lings, und Hrndley woro they are nlmost entirely dedropped into her throat and covered her pendent on tips. windpipe, and bIio was dead beforo it wo noticed. No blnmo is attached to .Heaew jour8ubiriiilniii imiiiiij nud the physician. Chicago Times. get a ticket Inonr firnid Oil n '. siil.i-.ind semi-animpro-jKise- d We are not accustomed, ns a rule, to pay much attention to foreign critics. Usually they fall into loo many errors generally of a comic nature to deserve very serious attention. Even our cousins across the Atlantic have some strange notions of us. They aro milto convinced that wo all drop or, as they call it, clip our H's, from members of tho peerage down to tlio gentlemen busied in carrying fish at Hltlingsgato. It is one of their traditions, and, perhnpi, wo cannot expect them to discard it from lovtr of accuracy. In n comedy wo mean a comedy, not a hurles(Uo running tlio other day in Now York, two English lords, arrayed in check coats, over widely open waistcoats, displacing linen of that start ling brilliancy of color and pattern dear to the music hall artiste, nppenr on tlio stage. Quoth tho lirst lord, who is carrying ft fox terrier under his aim, to the hecond mcmlier of our aristocracy, ' Tlio, 'Knery, 'ovv aro ycr?" whereupon tho whole liouso is convulsed With laughter at so delicious a joke. The Americans nro just now incensed with the British aristocracy because somo of the wealthiest of their daughters have married an, cipial number of our noblemen. Their vengeance lias been pitiless. They have robbed even the peerage of their nsplratcs. "I would rather," ex claims the trannitlantic stage father for such a majestic parent Is, of course, not found anywhere else but on the boards of melodrama "seo my daughter married to the poorest American citizen than to tho richest English lord!" At which splendid sentiment the audience thrills with patriotic fervor. If, therefore, our own kinsmen, sjieak-intlio same mother tongue, will not see im us wo me, but rather ns they would have us be for their own glorification, how are we to en'icct foreigners to understand us? Wo are disliked everywhere throughout Europe just now, except in Portugal, where we aie execrated. Our sin cannot be expiated. We Would not permit that enterprising iiovver to dance on our Hag. so with one voice our neighbors all cried out nt once, "Go along! why don't you bit one of your own size?" Wo have often heard them say this before, so wo are not very much ashamed, and. pel hups, not quite convinced that our foreign critics in the nowspapois believe themselves nil they write about us in journals frequently at a loss for startl.'ngcopy. 1'ieston Chron- Curl'Mtlri of Compoottlon. The following Items are from papers on EnglUh history, nud should bo weighed, considered, chewed and digested: "Alfred the Great was tho first to introduce time, which ho did by means of candies." "Roger llaeon, by means of ids custom of writing liooks, became very poor." "The Mpe wished him (Itogcr Bacon) K'r and pencils wero so to write, but dear that lie could not do so till some timo nfter, when lie wrote n liook called Opus Mtijus.'" "Van Tromp swept tlio channel with a brougham nt Ids masthead." "Newton invented the fluxions of light." "Marlborough is first heard of at tlio battle of Turcnnc. "Cranmer was a weak minded man and went to tho steak recanting." "Elliot was one of the lest eloqulsts in England." "Tho clergy clung to tho king because they wero af.'aid of tho Lollards, and tho king turned merchant and made vast sums of money " William I was very s'trong and had a savage countvnanco and never allowed himself to Ixj tampered with." "Tlio friars were instituted by religious fanatics who did not liko monks who only drank wino nnd cat." "Lottery loans wero loans borrowed and repaid at very low Interest. Dut some of tlio money which was borrowed government in repaying li tho pcoplo who put it were chosen by lot, nnd had it paid back at a very high interest." "Newton invented tho laws of gravitation and tho motions of tho planets." All the Year Round. I'oiir Itme lilrd. Tho Zoological society .baa just acquired two specimens of tho apteryx in addition to the two which havo been already exhibited for somo months. AH tho four birds aro temporarily placed in tlio tortoise houso ending alterations in tho insect house, which will bo their permanent resting place. Theso birds should bo attractive to the visitor for several In tho first place, they aro reasons. somewhat difficult to catch a glimpso of. Fortunately for themselves for they havo no doubt flourished and multiplied on account of '.ids very habit but unfortunately for the public, they aro nocturnal; tlio rarity of their appearanco will therefore add to their interest when they nro seen. In tho second place, they aro remark-abl- o even among "wingless" birds for tlio very rudimentary character of their wings, which a iifo entirely devoted to a nightly hunt after worms has almost improved away altogether; but if tho apteryx lias no wings worthy tho name, it lias a pair of very stout legs which allow it to hurrybver the ground nta very respectable rate, and to defend Itself by vigorous kicks. Tlio apteryx only occurs in New Zealand, and it has been said to mnko its nest in n way which seems very characteristic of its antipodean habitat. Instead of depositing its eggs in n nest nnd then sitting upon them, the apteryx first buries its egg and then digs a hole underneath it, in which it remains, and thus sits not upon but under the nest. It must be admitted, however, that this statement has been disputed. London Daily News. Why Silk Is So KxjwntlTe. To produce sufficient Bilk to. mako Curbstone Tnlk. Ilawesvills correspondent of the Courier Journal, wiitinit on ill dnnuu!pil condition of the St. L snd 1 milrmil trnt'k, nys ibere Is talk of ihe rnllrond being clmncd to run bsck ol tlio town. This tnlk Is entirely nroong the curbntoDC wheucres i f Hn p v I e TIh ra lrosd was built in der the din ctlou ol competent engineers, who thoroughly understood nnd nlieipiit"d the trouble ol the pnst winter, ii ml there ii'it the most remo e idea nuiotig the owners of .the railroad ol dimming tlio lino, The present route, the mittforlunes of the put unprecedented winter, is preieruble over any other fer the successful operation of the railnnd And the men ho built and are operating this railroad are railroaders by birth uini iducittifiu Owenshoro A CUSTER. lUiu, Hum, nothing biit rain. M. P I.ieb' hns gnnp to LnnlsvIHo to buy his spring good. f The cycloue did not I urt ui. Died, nt her home in the Cutler vncln-Uy- , the!) year old daughter of Mr Crick Oliver. School opened line Monday .Minn Ivor Uonrd Is lenclili'g it, nnd is also lemhiig music. Mr. .1 l, What is CASTQRIA Caitorla in DrSmmttJeW, pig, harmloaa mid quick ouro for Infanta' nnd ChlldtWgCgmplatnt. Snporior to Castw Oll, Pnrosorlo or Warootlo Sttuti.. Childron ory for Ciwtoria. Million of Mothnra blc Caatoria. l tt ') ts din piustd nud lliroiigh here Wednesday. Air. Huston Umler moved to Illinois , 4 -- fanvly hue Met-sengf- A .Scrap or I'lipor .Sin'e'H llnr I. lie. K just nn ordinnry scrap of wrnp-pitipaper, hut it saved her life. She was in Irn last stage of coiiHumiitioii. told by physicians that she was incurable and c.iuld live only a chort time; she weighed O-- i leS'i than seventr ioutnls. a piece ol wrapping paper alio read of Dr.Klng's New I) scovery, and g it a simple Hi title it helped her, the got a large bottle, it helped her more, bought another and trrew belter last, continued its use and is now strong, healthy, roy, plump, weighing 110 pounds. Fur fuller particulars send stamp to W. (I. Cole, Druggist, Fort Smith. Trial B ittles of this wonderful Discovery Free at 0. W. Short', Cloverpnrt, Ky., and J. A. Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. It was Ci.ovKRroitT, Ky. April 7tb, IM10. To all whom it may concern; We of the One Hundred Earnest Work- There are many Cough Hemeilis, but only one ' Certain Cough Cure," Sec that the trade mark C C C." in on 'the bli'ww in the b'ltlle. Said by O rvuir-pern- Eta Without nantorfii rnrra Pnllr. tlnr oreotlo Btuiierucilon. atli IilnrH ipi rVircttttnitAn , iln Vriiiif. . UIC8tIoa . Tns I fomr!alnta,n8upcriort.M.nypr.'cilpUon I ' Jmown to nip." A. Annmt. M. P . , Oxford SU, Brooklyn. N.Y. Cent Compakt, 77 Murray St,, NetrYork. "1 rooommcnil C.tMorla for tlilldrcn'ii W.. Short. t GREGORY & CO., ileadipmrters for 0UJ5KBACKBR, GILMORJi & CO.. Reapers and Mowers, Gram igau Drill-Pla-ln- r. Wholesale Grocers, 31 Ob '1 1 1 by Cement. Mich- Salt. Cml 0 I the Barrel, P aster Hair. Fr'll'zr 321 "W. :rxairi. St., LOUISVILLE. KY. Pine & Poplar Shingles Hr'i-lc. I'lo wntM k... fiMidlf. t ..ti IihiiiI eiiiiitm'.ieil Pjie Fl'wiring 0 ilern ae--" 'lv cmmH p" mi - SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS. It ti'lH.I. PARRY HyEFO--. nuiAMAPOLIS, Price, $18.00 at Factory. Cash with Order. Strictly IND. OO., . I &Vr3-CT . &.. ers return thanks to tho citizens of Clove rpott and Drtckeuridge, including Han-cic- k county, lo the Iriends and ol the upbuilding of the A. M E Zion church We hero now give a few names oi solicitors who have taken a grind pari in helping ut to raise money both by soliciting and by patronizing the enter tainment, ol which ihe sum we have in hand is $75 05. Shaler Chapel raised 124 (!., ol which the highest amount ruined by one person a $11, by Mrs Mnlinda Iiuwmer, who wa rewardei with a handrs FHE LOUISVILLE L ST, LOUIS Alii LINE,' It ) (I., fc. A ST. b. K. No. 71 rirst-CU- -- SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND II EST LINE TO St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. 1Siasi Warranted. 11 rai3C 7 V ,1 AND Abb POINTS West Time-car- a-- d All Second Oronth Hickory. . VT Steel Axles and Tires. y Ilcnt Seat Arms. Perfectly Balanced. X". 1onff. Eny Hiding, Oil Tempored Stirine. r nest Wheels and IJest All Over. IF YOU CAN'T FIND THEM FOR SALE IJY VOUR MERCHANTS, Iw ,c,l TpJW WRITZ US. .fcl some watch. Cloverport raised $22:15 of which the bightst amount raised by one person was $( 25, by Mrs. d in Effect Dec.i IS,i 7:15 2:2S Jennie Mui.day, who was Lv. Luulsvllln rewarded with a handsome dre-- s pattern Pdtesville rained $13 80. The highest amount rained by one pmon wat $10, by Misi Amanda Moorman, who was rewarded with a dress pa'tern. Adams. Louisville collected $1, by I i addition to this, we are expecting others to report. J is Moorman, Cato Moorman, Trustee?. Her. Willis Adams, Pastor TIi'h is what you ought to have, in fact, you must have it, to fully enj y life. Thousands upon thousands of dollars are spent annually by our people in the liojie that they may attain this boon. And yet it may be had by all. We guarantee that di- Eranavllle VtiU p.m. " Fur further lt,foruitl"n, mill nn or mMrc's, I0S S 0DI0RNE, (Inn'l Pmh. Ag't, l,iiuiavlllo, Ky. B L. BRYANT, Trav. I'wx'r Afc'i, l.nulnville, Ky. ArrSt. Lnult h.iii.U:IIU ...7:25 ii " ui., .4:1(1 p.m. - PIPES & DeEAVM, ve General Commission Merchants 323 Second St., Louisville, Ky. Sol'cit consignments of all kinds of Country Produce from merchants nnd fanners. WDailv market quolatons..furiiislicd on application. Correspondence solic'ted. s V' j m i:iiiuiy. v v 'vK-yfl- W k "e) &M J75 a Electric Hitleis, if used according to dress requires nioro timo and capital than most people would imagine. If wo take one and a quarter jiounds as tho weight of pure silk required, this would bo equal to two pounds of raw silk. To produce two jwunds of raw silk would require the entiro silk obtained from 7,000 toS.000 worms, allowing a percentage for death by disease and other casualties. It may be interesting to state that these young worms when newly hatched wouldiscarccly weigh of an ounce,,yet in tho courso of their life, which only lasts somo thirty to thirty-flv- o days, they will consume, about 800 to 40Q'pounds of leaves and increaso in weight about 0,000 times. Consumers of silk will not wonder nt its high valuo when they consider that to raise two pounds of raw silk so much timo and money is required. tlio original cost of the eggs or young worms, they rcquiro feeding at regulur intervals dally with mulberry leaves, and consume tho above weight of leaves during their life. This is a large item of expense if tlio cultivator does not grow nnd gather his own leaves, but is compelled to purchase them. Textilo Mercury. one-quart- er Do-sid- es rections and the uje peisisted in, will bring you 0 od Digestion and oust the demon Dyspepsia and install instead We recommend Electiic Hitters for Dyspepsia and all diseased of Liver, Siomacb and Kidneys, Sold at 50c. und $1 00 per bottld by 0 W. Shqrt, Clover-por- t, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, y. farts Wi)0)Hii' Eri.1 -' 4 V Ky. BIT OF SCIENCE. UljJImKBlllmKiSM I r n&jv Ui&2 ca wk : n Fertilizer. There are hints that a revolution is about to coino in agriculture through the discovery that tho frco nitrogen of the atmosphere is absorbed nnd "llxcd" by the soil itsplf under suitable conditions. Plants need phosphoric acid, potash and nittogen. Tho first two aro in reach, but tho third lias been supposed to bo elusive. It has been the general beaching thai tlio nitrogen of thontmosphesro plays no part in vegetation. Now, M. Dcrtlielot and others affirm that it docs. They havo demonstrated, they say, that tho freo nitrogen of tho atmosphero is "fixed" and inndo available as a fertilizer "by tho of mineral matter and of living organisms in tlio soil." Tho fact explains, it Is said, why it is "(1) that spado husbandry is much moro productive tliau plowing; (2) that laud can bo enriched by simply plowing under its own product, and (!)) that summer fallowing, with 'frequent stirring, actually eurichoH tho soil." Pulverization of tho soil increases, it seems, its capacity to absorb nitrogen. Tiio method of centrifugal tilkigo now being developed in tlio went supplies, it is claimed, an ideal modus oxrandl for tho now 'fertilization. It pulverizes tlio soil and aerates it in Uio manipulation, and then confines a mass of air in Us midst, for the slower Kroccss of absorption and digestion by earth nnd plants. New York Telegram. Nltrngcn UK Kluctrlu Vlr''mt nuunr. The statomentls frequently made that tlio proximity of electric light wires to mercojitllo business places prejudices tho insurance. NowA the miui whO'Bays that isu'i posted on knsuranco matters. Tho fact is I have insured several electric light plants at a. loss rate-- than I was required to clinrgo for somo stocks of goods. Only eight alarms of lira were caused in SL Loais Inst year by electric currents, and several of the?) alarms resulted from tlwfdoso proximity of tho source of troubkj to flro cngino Iioubcs from which l;oj)lo suaituOucd tho appas The now Danish submarine boat lias proved a great success. The crew of two men has sustained life for several hours without inconvenience, an additional supply of oxygen being carried. Tlio application of hydraulic prwer to tlio manufacture of steel seamless boats is one of tho latest things in England. Theso boats aro thought to bo in every particular superior to those mado of wood, and can be made at about the samo cost. For Spot Cash Only. Through errors in the trlangulation of Hungary the maps of Austria have heretofore made it out to be a much smaller country thun it is in reality. The official maps show that it contains 3,347.13 square kilometers. i Doz. lead pencils. for 5 cts. An experiment in" photographing tho 5 Quires Notcpnpc; for 25 cts. bottom of a well 1,700 feet deep was re1 Set Goblets for 25 cts. cently made and a perfect picture obA good white slint unlnundrcd tained. The instrument was let down, for 39 cts. and the moment it touched tlio bottom a Gent's (Jndei shirts for 39 cents bright flash lighted up tho cavity, revealing, ns the effect of the explosive worth jo cts. no hoc "V. I.. Dotislua' name and Wash Bowels nnd Pitchers, best CAUTION Tnlie nro Hiaintied unleii ahncL-- . a very lorso Jiole. on the nrlco Stone China lor 85 cts. worth sfi 00 bottom. If thn (Iciiler cannot aupuly you. end direct to fuctory, eiitlo.liie ndverClied Starting on n Scientific Kzpeilltioii. Stone China Vegetable Dishes price. An important scientific expedition lias several shapes started for Mexico on tlio fteamer City" worth 15 I 20 I 30 40 of Alexandria. Professor Angelo Heil-priwill sell for 12 15 20 30 of tho Philadelphia Academy of Glass Lamps complete for 20, 25, Natural Sciences, is in charge of tho excents'. pedition, which is to explore regions of 30, 35 1 bet Glass Tumblers, for 15 cts. nnd Mexico, which naturalists Yucatan Gold band Cream Pitchers only hnve not visited. With Professor Hell-pri- n are Witmer Stone, F. C. linker, J. 20 cents. E. Ives nnd llobert Lo Doulillier. Mr. Plain Stone China Cream PitchStono will attend to tho botanical and ers t2 cts. ornithological subjects; Mr. Baker, to Large size Stone China Pitcher zoology nnd conchology, nnd Mr. Ives to 39 'cts. worth 50 cts. marine zoology. Mr. Lo Doutillicr is the Two-quar- t gold band pitchers photographer of the expedition. The only 45 cents. t party will go to Progreso, Yucatan, Halt-doze- n Glass Fruit Saucers to tho interior of that statu. They for tS cents. will then exploro tho lowlands of Mexico Glass Pickle Dishes 5 cents. and the volcanic belt reaching toward Glass Molasses Stands 20, 30 nup the Pacific. Tlio expedition plans to climb the extinct volcanic mountain of 40 cents, very cheap. GENTLEMEN. Orizaba, and also the volcano of Call ma, Glass Preserve Stands 15, 25 nnd Fine Calf, Hooty I.nccd Grain nnd Creed. besides other places of interest. The 30 cents a. bargain, lleiit In tho world. Kinmlno lil 1 NIIOE. principal object of tlio expedition is 'to Wall Paper and Holder to cover 815.00 Ol'NIIINIS IVKU'HIIOK. U4.00 llVM)-KUVi:determine the general structyro of the a imtditim sized room, only i.oo. la.B(l 1'OI.Kii: AND KAHMKItH' HIIOE. OU.BO KXTItA VAT.ITK OA1.K HIIOK. basins of tho Gulf of Mexico, about woiIkinomkn'H hiioks. Gent's Linen Collars only 10 cts. Hie.-t- & aSI. 70 JIOVH' hCHOOl. HIIOES. B.OU nud which scientific opinion is divided. Tim Linen Culls per air All niaJo to. Coiigreti, Dutton kdU Lace. cts. 15 explorers hope to return houo in Muy. Decorated Parlor Lamps for $2 00 & Kw YfirU Tribune. worth $3.00. 1.7S 8IIOK FOR HISSES. Tlet Mntorlat, rock Stjle. Uct FlttlnTi IITINCOTI '.. AltHlft.lNU, with it, Turkish prunes only 5 cents a IV. L. IIuucIuh, 11 15ct ton, Man. Bold ij r varltJ and txttlltnt coHtotts, it a library pound. , r-- itself, i & ll te,u indttd a happy thought to print .a 3 Pounds dried peas for 10 r'ts. entire njvei in each number. 16 Pounds New Orleans sugar EVANSVILLE, Ind. mi A BABBAGE'S Bargain H. W. HERNDON & CO., Produce k general Comi'ii Louisville, Ky ISTE3A7V" ' ' i '-- V ' - t No. 144 Thiid St., u, w A L L ri . J and-nex- W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE i) a PAPERS FOR THE IUST RECEIVED AT ! IIAK1-HIVK- SPRING TRADE! $3 $2 SHOES lake's. Hainbleton. One BABBAGE'S' CLOVERPORT, K.Y. V Bowmer rut Huit.rti MIUS l Try our hams, the lino-- t in the market. anabund imee of other eontributiont.tohithgivtt A splendid mljcod Ic; f.r 50 cts. you a food m if.ttlne letidij the novel. a, pound. The ringing Hows vhith have been itrurl u the gatewty of popular favor, have reson-- n d nitrccKi'KitintJK Nnws, The ' to day Lipp throughout the entire land, and eotl't Magitine tUndt in the front rant monthly publication!, and it the moil of public ttlon of iff hind m f o world. For full detcriptiv circulars, oddiftt LIPFLVCOTTS MAGAZINE, Phlladelp-- t $3 oo per year, as els, tingle number. The publisher of thit paper will receive y r tubtcrtpfio. at you are used from one dolltr AW ii ihbrf novelette, but a long ttory inch to g.l, in book form and fay to one dollar and a halffor. thxt, but w Ih each number you'fet Not only .for.1)! 1. 00. U9H iinryr Ki CI:!,. f vuw r &WmAwr Jll'Jir'l ,:FRE n th vrltt. UtiT tmrlUiiMf tnL AvnHubHDdAn mTt jm KWMBWnBmwBMH BTBm TO Bdl loliHrotluff our tujx-rtoroudi wi will tndrnitis teuKX tKHMM In eb locillt.r, at atwTf Onl tho who writ ! II to llirhnct A"W you ! HV.do In t V .W ! IV your Hfljrbbort IhoMwtioctll ana iuubv bivumi jvh. title jlnntoir ef 4rrrtlMintiit howi in miuii a or ini tht pprnc of ll riductd to yuiiIfl. ratus to probed adjacent property. 1 will not chacgefim extra ratoon account of tho use of cWctric-llghtIn any building if tho wire aro properly insulated, but rather a lower rate. An Insurance Agent in The St, LouauiQlobe-Dciu-ocraL nnd a ticket in our Grand Gift Distribution, for $2 00. Try our blended lea. Only 50c. per pound. ''Glass Tumblers only 15 cts, per set. Courier-Journal W'ceklv eop. TU fallowing cut xiiufawmZ nnn w tftlrtfc FINE SHOW GASES. rintfllnmia TERRY M'F'G CO., NABrlviLLE, TENN, Pull 1 Mtlat N Cn tor cauiozuCf tri t - ii I Ii ' w Jl lrt "fill balk. II U trDj. 4iM. ill. 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