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" ' 'T yyjgtp CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1890. s im-pul- NO. 39. . fiAFTEE' a i'tSs3 ai i L0UI8VILLE. Oh J7Vr 1 tallsta call "antagonistic," and lier nelgli-bor- beautiful city of tho Falls, How sad, how sorrowful thy wa'l. "dreadful arbitrary;" her ilrst was to contradict overy assertion CHICKEN Cholera Cure! BJS Thy stieets are strewn with crumbling walls That fell before the fearful gale. How many homes by that strong wind Are ruins, that were onco so fair I Where weeping friends soarch hard to find Tho loved ones that aro burled there. Figures groping In tbe darknost, Haggard forms so full of pain, Seeking for some kind admittance, Am' some loving ntd to gatn. "Oh Louisville, wo mourn thy fate," Comes earnestly from every mouth, "And on thy calls will kindly wait, Fair gateway of tho sunny South. 1 p kV Thousands of dollars worth ot chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures '.has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. 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 arid your money will be refunded. 50-cen- ts two-third- listen to the dying yroans That cojio from tho smouldering heap A mother's cry or father's moan, As they their tireless vigils keep. Still longing, waiting for a sight Of some dear one that's burled there, Whose cries are borno out on tho night In ono long, earnest, pleading prayer. Oh I ) s give him baek, my boy, my pride." "My child I my child I Oh where Is sho? Such words were hearJon every side. Oh I bring my darliag safe to mo." The night wind howled a mournful dirge, As on tho hours sadly sped, And brave men bore fron debris wild The wounded living and the dead. "Oh I ' J( For sale by G. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky. stop tour couan with The city's pride will soon te'iuild Her halls and churches with their domes; With tho aid of other States she'll give Sack to those bereft, their homes. Her men will work with strength and zeal. In such a tlmo no courago look, Until their homes aro all restored) Their dead they never can give back. MkS. H. A Bbabhkaii. tef-FfTO- H By ROSE TEBRY. Cures Conirhs. Colds. Hoarseness, Croup, Whooping Congh, Bronchitis, Incipient Consmnption, mid trill consumptive pnticnis in nI vnnced stages j will euro irlicncura-nblo- . and relioroin tho worst cases. re-llo- rfSte Soo that C. C. C. Is blown In overy hot-ti- o amltako no other. 25c. J. C. MENDENHALL & CO., Price after her: tho wind off "Don't forget to tell him you'vo got to snow drifts that bo fixed off to go, child. I expect he'll spotted tho hills growl some, but tho terbacker did real even after a rainy well last year, and he's a packin on't about half over as Sally Tylor came up from tho villago street to tho red liouso whero sho lived. Sho was extremely pretty; her features dclicato and straight, her dark eyes sweet, lior bluo black hair glossy; and now a little wild roso bloom on her check and a deeper crimson than usual on her lips mado her look like a flower with a white hood on. Sho was evidently much engrossed by 601110 new thought or plan, for sho did not stoop to pat tho old yellow dog who raised himself on his foro legs and slobbered a welcome as ho lay in tho sunshine; nor did sho notice tho threatening scream of a hen hawk that circled high in air abovo her tiny brood of early chickens; or oven look at tho golden crocus that had sprung from tho black mold of her posy boil, a cup of sudden sunlight since last night; but took her way round to tho back door, for nobody in Now England country villages uses tho front door, except for weddings and funerals. Many "a houso havo I seen whoso entlro front half, with its darkened and musty parlors, and its "spare chambers" smelling of ill dried feathers, fennel and green mold, might havo been sliced away and carried off, nowiso to tho detriment, and perhaps even without tho knowledgoof tho inhabitants behind. So Sally followed tho worn foot track, past scraggy lilacs and sprawling cinnamon roso bushes, round tho houso, and went in to tho door of tho back kitchen, whero at tho sink her mother stood chopping somo cold potatoes. Sally was an only child, but her mother was so haunted by tho ono fear of spoiling her that sho sometimes went too far tho other way. Tho poor littlo girl was "tutored," as sho said, till sho was weary and aching aching for a littlo of tho deep, real lovo that lay hidden away in her mother's heart, very much as tho best parlor and bedroom wcro shut up; thero, no doubt, but useless and unseen. Today, as usual, tho first words wero reproof: "I told you thero was too many blled yesterday, Sally, 'n now I'vo got to chop 'cm for dinner, and chopped pertatcr ain't real good 'long o' salt beef; you'd ought to bo moro considerin'. you was to git married, and hov to sco to tho work yourself, I guess your husband 1 como to woeful want pretty 8urprisln' quick." Sally sighed a littlo but said nothing. Sho had learned how to hold her tonguo at lpast perhaps a better preparation for marriago than tho economizing of potatoes. Nor did sho blush at her mother's illustration of her discourso, for in Wingfiold thero was nobody who could ho culled a beau for her; all tho well to do farmers' sous had emigrated from its barren hillsides, and tho hired men wero moro often Irish than any other, or, if Yankees, of tho very lowest class. Sho wultcd a tuluuto till tho noiso of tho chopping knife ceased and tho potatoes wcro turned Into tho spider, and then said, shyly: "Mother, I went to tho po3tofflco after I'd carried tho eggs, and I got a letter froai Cousin Jerushy." 'Do tclll" said Mrs. Tyler, for a moment holding tho big iron spoon sus"Why, wo pended from her hand. hain't hecnl from Jerushy qulto d spell. How is nil her folks?" "Thoy'ro all well, aho says; only Grandmother Dyko has had a long spell of rhcumatlz. They've got a bigger tenement now, and Jerushy wants mo to como and atay with her for a while." Mrs. Tyler stirred tho potatoes .so vigorously that Sally hardly dared to venture further, but sho did whisper, half ' audibly; "Can I go, mother?" Mrs. Tyler was what tho transcenden- per-tatc- rs Sup-posin' VERY soft April day, now and then chilled by and refuso every lequcst. Of courso convenience and policy, and various other motives, better or worse, obliged her to como round to assertions and requests full half tho time, but it was a weary and delayed victory that tho opposite sldo gained ono of thodo conquests almost as undesirable as a defeat. Her husband, with a shrowdncss men do not often arrive at in dealing with this most uncommon typo of women, always took caro to say and ask nothing important if it could bo helped, or otherwiso to offer her tho exact converse of his wishes. True, liko all maneuvers, this sometimes worked its own defeat, from her habit of giving in at last; and then tho squlro shook his grizzled head and muttered to himself, winding up with a whistled psalm tune, generally his best expression of doubt or consternation. But today Mrs. Tyler was somowhat softened by Sally'B shy look and tone, though of courso sho put out a sharp negative at first: "No, you can't. I don't seo how you can think on't; jest layin' time, 'n all thbm hens to look after, 'n set, 'n feed; 'n two calves in tho barn. Well, I s'poso I might sco to theui things myself" (sho always would); "but ho won't hear to't, I know. I don't know but what I'd like to havo yo go to sco Jerushy; she's a smart woman, and a pretty a woman as over I sec.' (Mrs. Jerusha Phelp3 had about as much beauty as a chimpanzee, but "pretty" means only pleasant and well mannered hi our vernacular.) "I guess you might go ct you had two new gowns. You hain't got really nothing fit to stay a spell, and I expect ho won t want to givo you no monoy. Well, it's nigh about dinner titno, and you might step out to tho barn and call him it'll 8avo mo a blowln' tho horn and you can settlo it, maybe, 'foro you come in. I don't waijt to havo to jaw to tho table; 1 liko to cat and bo dono with it." In her secret heart Mrs. Tyler know that sho didn't want to como into collision with tho squiro if ho assented, or to givo up her reluctant willingness to fight it out strenuously if ho said no; but as Sally replaced her hood and shawl and opened tho outer door, her mother called morning, was SOLE PROPRIETORS, EVAXSVJXIiC, ItcmoTO Corns, INDIANA. SOLD DY DHUaOISTS GENERALLY. Warts & Ilunions with CERTAIN CORN CURE. 2G C3tet. a, BOTTIiE. . Xi y Gh-"- SOLD AND WAURANTED BY W- siescoiest M fv ft b" . r.; . ' fuv' WrtKMoIlil "WAifnrrica iittliX Wilt mlu UIH NhH I. EE. :'. A'.1 IE . ach Irwalitr tin aerur ooa 'ftoe, together with our larr lIoilBClttiltl d valuable W,nitlita. Thou Mmnlea. at well UmAMTliTES -- TtK. Mratrii. fli All the work toi onr nddoItlohowwbatwenJTito tliow who tall-y- multa Wend and ne.(cMrand thott about tn valuable trad furu, whUli holdt for) ran bf n onca atarted. And thua w ar r? pakt Wo wy all iprtat, frtfcbt, etc. After you know all. If you would l.ka to co td work for ua. tou can andnpwardi. Addreai, to ttttO per an. from mmmm) ysmgywAWPj. xymigBjpztiww timtkerptr Wrrautfd but?. ouu tJOLi) iiunnnff cam Doth ladl ami rnl a ilitt, with works and caaaa of rfluai Vllu UK IKLSOKin Worth WMFU.OU. watch In tli world imM 1'rrfcct Mt?mmair4 llof fkc. H fc wk 430 titlnoiit:C'o., lloKtiltt, IoiUniid, Maine. & Packet Line. rfT?2S5B!Cr fSsSSssssasSsH" Passenger, Mail and Express Boats For alt way landings, botweon Louisville and lien Jorson, the elegant and fleot steamers JAMES QUTIIRIE. TELL CITY, ' OITY or OWflNSBORO. One of the above fine sldowhoel steamers pass up and dewn dally. Splendid aeoommodatlons for stock. and ITS Fourth street, General office Louisville, Ky. W. IV. IIITE, Prcst. D. L. l'EXjfv. Supt. JLki& ?! t.iprry '4 UGHES' t&i? &M- - now." Thero was a world of policy in this last remark, quite lost on simple Sally; so sho trudged out to tho big barn on tho hillside, and, stepping in at tho littlo sldo door, threaded her way over milking stools, pitchforks, wisps of hay, and all the nameless litter of an ill kept barn, to tho wido hay floor, whero her father and Peter, tho hired Irishman, sat packing tobacco. Squiro Tyler was a good specimen of an elderly Yankee farmer; his fine head was covered with iron gray hair, curling all over it in spito of him; his face was wrinkled, but sagacious and kindly, while all tho shrewdness ascribed to his race twinkled in tho deep set eyes, half lost under their big, shaggy brows. Ho was a quaint old creature, ns far as his domestic Hfo went, but nobody made moro acuto bargains than he, or understood better how to tako tho top wave of fluctuating prices and como off with flying colors just before his delaying neighbors lost all their ventures. Ho loved Sally better than anything else, and his Devon cows nex.t; his wife camo somowhero lower down in the scalo, it is true, but that was her own fault; twenty years of persistent nagging and contradicting will somowhat stunt the growth even of a real affection, and whatover of lovo still lingered in this matrimonial tio had its balanco altogether on tho wife's sldo. Now, as ho looked up and saw Sally leaning against tho door, her whlto hood fallen off, nud her faco glowing with her walk and her errand, all his wrinkles and puckers vanished into a smilo of welcome, nnd the sharp eyes softened at onco. "Hullo, Sally!" shouted ho, "what bo you after?" "Oh, father, plcaset I had a letter Hero sho stopfrom Cousin Jerushy" ped a minute to tako breath. "Well, that ain't no great thing to hcv, is it? I thought mother was kind o' down on Jerushy, or you was, or Borne-thior 'nother." "Oh, not mo! And, father, sho wants mo to como to Westboro and sco her a spell; and say, father, can't I go?" Sally gave theso last words in tho truo coaxing whine, and tho squiro looked up and laughed. "You hain't set your mind on't nono, hev you, Sal?" "I kind o' have, father," "What does mother say to t, eh?" "Well, sho said I couldn't, an' then sho said maybo I could if I hod somo now things, but I can't go unless I do." Tho squiro was purso bearer ovidently, nnd ho began to tease Sally a bit. "Well, there's moro'n four now things around hero 't you can hov if you won't spilo 'm; thcro's a now halter in that stall, and a new corn basket; 'n l'vo, got a flro now nx to tho houso, 'C that'll help yo n' TONIC SURE CURE FOR any" "Why, father! 'taint thoso kind of things I want; it's now gowns and a hat, and" "What'n thunder do you want a hat for? Can't you wear a decent bunnet, 'n of not put a tin pan with streamers your head, liko them darned fools of a-t- M For 30 Years a Success. Itoatl tlilH Tc.llnioiiy then TKV IT for Ymimeir. Ark.,y: late niuiij Idler lil-- thete: BETTER THAN QUININE. Dorsoy Co., Mr. M. M. Kcstorson. "lean cortlfy to the fact that Hughes' Tenia Is the best clilll tnnb I ever tried. I consider it better than quinine." CURES CHRONIC CASES. Mr. II. W. McDonald, Laurol 11 III Miss , writes i "Your Hughes' Tonlo for ohlllt and fever has never failed yet, and I hivo sold It to o number of chro-nloiies. It curoi Iheiu overy tlue " Ak for Huh23' Toaio and talseUoOther PRICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE. a 8MAiiSize;oO Cents. nv 'l I'nmnftu ROBINSON - PETTET 'TjoiiUvHIo, ICy. CO., f'1 For Sale by Drtuglnts, Ruckers?" "Why I don't mean such a hat as that; I mean a big ono to keep tho tun out of my oyes. I've, just got a now bunnet." "Sun won't hurt your eyes nono they ain't overlastln' bright, anyway but I guess you can hov 'things,' us you call 'em, 'nough to go to Westboro. Alt' seein' you can't get 'cm without money, why I expect I'll hov to givo yo some. I'm a dreadful near old critter or'narily, ye know, but this hero terbacker crop has kinder drawed out my heart, 'n I won't grtulgo you somo on't," With which speech tho squiro unlatched his pozketbook and fingered out from its capacious depths dirty bills to tho amount of twenty dollars, which ho handed to Sally, now drawn near enough to look over hia shoulder; and was him- -' self moro astonished in his turn than sho by tho hearty hug sho gave him. "Good landl what's that for, you young critter? Hain't been hugged so this forty. yjurj. Had topay Jor't, though, didn't ii uuiu wein gu tuiig, gal, when you git ready, and hcv a first rato time; but don't you go to fetchin' any o' them young fellers out of tho iron works homo artor c. I don't believe in luggin' a gal through tecthin', 'n measles, n nil sorts o' knotholes, 'n hovin' tho first sassy chap 't comes along go'n and tako her off, 'foro you'vo had a speck of comfort out on her." Luckily tho horn blow nt this moment both loud and long--lrat- o signal of a dome3tio tempest brewing in tho houso and diovo her father's caution quite out of Sally's head Innocent littlo head that had not oven remembered beforo that thero wero iron works or workers in Westboro, much less young men. "Whew!" involuntarily sputtered tho Bquiro as "tho sound of that dread horn" fell upon his preternaturally sensitivo ear. Sally ran faster than his walk, but she stopped to wait for him behind tho great water butt, and smiled to herself as sho heard him whistling "Dundeo" with great earnestness. Sho wa3 so happy she could afford to smile, even at tho objurgations that met them both, littlo calculated as thoso sonorous remarks wcro to sweeten tho dinner. However, tho meal, liko ull New England penances of that sort, was soon over, and nothing was said between tho parents of Sally's proposed journey; only that night, just as tho squiie was all but asleep, Mrs. Tyler suddenly camo down upon him, "So you went and let Sally go to Westboro', artcr all, husband?' in a tono 5f mingled rcmonstrnnco and surprise. "Sho ain't gono yit," giowled tho squire, "'n I don't care a dam if she goes or stays. I kind o' liko to hev her round sometimes, but If she's a mind to go, why I don't care, only I ain't on to havo no young fellars her home; 'n you kin jest drop a line to Jerushy and say so." "I sha'n't do no such thing." So tho squire went to sleep, di&croctly. Sally as what somo wise people would call foolishly happy for tho next week. I don't know how much folly thero was in her pleasuic. I havo seen raptuio that was ingrain foolishness; I have seen despair qulto ns senseless; and I havo my doubts, after ull, if thero is a much purer or simpler kind of happiness extant than danced in this sweet littlo glil's eyes and shouo on her fair faco in ptospect of this first isit nud her wondeiful preparations for it; for she not only had a new gray moussclino do iaino and delicnto lilac calico, but her mother actually presented her with tho dark green silk that had been her own wedding dress, foitunatcly plain and thick, but altogether too str.iit for tho goodly proportions of Mrs. Tyler now requiting oven overy scrap of tho long "cardinal" sho had worn with it to cko out a dress for Sally. Then thero was her white cambric dress and her old brown gingham. What moro could sho need or want? Dut the squiio, going in to Middlctown to sell off somo of his young stock, brought home a parcel and flung it into her lap. "There!" said he, "that's Juno's calf. Taln't half so good lookin' ns her shiny red skin, but I guess you'd ruthcr put it on your back, so I swapped." Eager hands unrolled tho parcel, and thero lay a soft white shawl and a handful of ribbons delicato pink, tender green and shades of aster color, u ith ono trail of scailct flashing through ull. Sally was too happy to speak. Why can't wo inako peoplo happy of toner, when they nro young and simple enough to bo mado so? At forty, what aro gowns or shawls or ribbons? but w hat are they not at sixteen. At last tho old cowbkin trunk was packed and Sally seated in tho stage that was to tako her over tho hills to tho railway station. "Oood-by- , motllerl Good-by- , father!" Mrs. Tyler only nodded. "Good-by- , littlo gall" shouted tho squire, muttciing as ho turned away, "I shall kind o' hanker nrter her, I swowl I guess I'll go 'n look nrter that new heifer." So Sally went safely off, and after a short dtivo and a long car rido found herself at Westboro' and Cousin Jerusha all ready to rccelvo her at tho station, as well as her husband, whom Sally had novcr seen a tall, serious looking man, as quiet as his wifo was gay. As soon as our littlo friend becamo known in Westboro' sho also becamo, without knowing, a social success; sho was so pretty, and delicate, nud ficsh, nnd Cousin Jerusha always so popular, that a round of tea parties and picnics and drives set iii directly, till Sally thought sho had never been in bo delightful n place before. Westboro' is n pretty villago ona hill side, beneath which .runs a bright river, all its shores below tho dam, on tho villago side, guarded by a hugo rampart of workshops, whero tho trip hammers clauged nil day, and swarthy men with strong arms worked wonderful results out of tho dull masses of iron beforo them. Theso "shops," as they called them, wero a dreadful institution to Sally; sho was taken through them as tho proper thing to do, but tho furnaces and tho hammers nnd tho noiso bo confounded and frightened her that sho was glad to get away to tho cool green hillside again and play with Jerusha'u children. But many an admiring oy o followed her progress niuong tho forges; nnd that very evening no less than three spruco young men all known to Mrs. Phelps, it is truo, but not usually 60 attentive culled at her house. Sally did not rccogulzo tho vulcaus sho saw in tho morning in theso washed ami shaven and udorned youths, sho only thought them very pleasant and kind. But nfter that it was surprising to seo how popular Mitt. Phelpa giew how many calls sho had of an ovening, whllo her unconscious littlo cousin sat and smiled and talked and behaved herself ns a wild roso might, transmlgiated Into a young woman. A great lAany drives and walks Sully had, but nhcr ft whllo ono gray hoibo seemed to her qulto tno best and gentlest bIio had ever known; and of nil tho wild flowers given and sent her, ono basket of trailing utbutus surpassed nil others. Thero wero pinker clusters and larger flowers and bigger bunches, but tho birch bark basket with its mossy covering was so graceful, nnd tho flowers bo fresh and bo deftly arranged: and then they wcro all gathered In her favorlto walk, n. path in tho woods by tho river sido, po shaded and fresh, and sweet with such vernal odors as wcro novcr known to tho bare hills of Wingfield. It was rather odd that this was Joo Dyer's favorlto walk also that ho owned that gray liorso and mado that birch basket. Perhaps it would havo been odder still if Sally had not liked him even better than his gifts nnd belongings, for ho was a good tempered, handsome, gay young fellow, with overflowing spirits, a quick temper nnd a kind heart; as lovablo and honest as n child, yet with all a man's resoluto will, stiength nnd fidelity. And Joo liked Sally; ho had flirted with a dozen of tho village girls and loved nono of them. This shy, simple, sweet littlo country maiden was altogether different fiom tho romping, boisterous cieatures that aro tho growth of a manufacturing town; nnd for a wonder her volco too was Bwect nnd low a thing raro enough among New England girls. Under tho ciicumstanccsit was hardly Btrangii that Joe's liking and Sully's, with no intrusivo elements about them, nnd tho kindliest encouragement on Jerushy's part, should havo ripened into a ical, honest love. Jerushy know that Joo wan u young fellow of thoroughly good character, earning high wages, and considered it a happy ordination of Providence that brought him nnd Sully together; and when it was time for Sally to go, and Joo appeared at tho cars, Jerushy discreetly turned her head and appeared not to hear that perfectly audi-bi- o whisper: "Dent est Sally, may I writo you a letter?" But I am afraid sho heard, nevertheless, from tho very significant speech kiss on Sally's that followed her good-bpensive blushing face: "I expect you won't stay away a dreadful long whllo from Westboro', Sally; and you'll bo just as welcomo ns summer time when you do como back." To which Sally only returned as answer a deeper blush and a dimpling smile. It would bo impertinent to inquire what wcio Sully's meditations in the cars; they aro open to conjecturo; but when shoariived at tho btation where her father was to meet her, and, after a welcome, according to his own chestnut-bu- r fashion, of a growl and a kiss, was safely set besido him in tho wagon, tho squiro looked round at her with a piercing fctare, and expressed his opinion in tho premises: "Well, see m s ns if you'd growed kind o' good lookin', child. Ilud a good time?" "Oh, father, perfectly splendid!" "I want to know! Any young fellers down to Westboro'?" "Yes, sir," with a fiesh blush, for her puro skin showed tho heart beats underneath with a lovely but annoving facility. "Any ou 'cm ask yo to marrv 'cm?" "No, sir." Oh, Sally! Sally was that the letter or tho spirit of truth? Perhaps, after all, it was both, for sho felt tho sudden scarlet burn all her face, from tho very folds of shining hair down to and through tho whlto tin oat below. d Happily tho bquiro's critical oyo at that moment a pieco of nowly plowed land, though ho went on with Ids conversation: "Left your words behind, hain't ye? Jcrusir ullcis was a master hand to talk, 'n I expect you'vo larnt how to keep still, 'n that's just principles for women folks. I never nee furrows tun liko them on that hill lot they'ro all cuterin'. Oughtcr bo ashamed on't. Well, littlo cretur, bo yo glad to get home?" "Oh, yes, father," with u very genuino love look atid smile. "No desp'rit harm dono, I guess." "How's mother, father, and tho chicky 1 bur-veye- Substantially and sufficiently it may be said the South is the Eldorado of the next half century. Manufacturer's Record. deo.YeakeliCo CUT ATE STORE' Brandenburg, Ky. lever Before IIASTIIEItKI.HEN' SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY ! FOR PKOFITABLE HEHL Note Our Prices Suits former prices hu 1 " " " n ii. ' " " " " " " $18.00 nntr $15.00 12 50 15.00 " 10. Oil 12.00 " 8.25 10.00 " 0.0(1 8 01) " 5.00 7.00 " S.75 5.00 " OPERATIONS AS WILL BE AFFORDED AT THE DEAEIELD LAND SALE AT ! Six styles Moil's Wa&h Satinets Suits, worth $6.oo will sell for the next 6o iln3's at $3 50, A full line Men's anil Youths odd Pants. Also a full line in nil sizes of the celebrated Bull Dog Jeans Pants. Youths', Boys' and C'hildren'sSuit at oncfifth oll'ol original price. Childrcns Knee Pants 2.c, 33c, 'lSc, 57c. Men's and Boys' Hats very cheap " " Men's Shoes north " ", " " $1.00 3.00 2.00 1.50 $3.35 2.25 1.05 1.20 WII.CII WILL TAKE PLACE These goods can be had in an) style. One lot Men's Brogans woith $1.25 at 75c. Ladle' llutton if 11 Shoes (Dongnla) worth $3.50 ti ' 11 (y,2.75 250 2.00 2.00 (a 1 05 t5o 1,1.20 J " 11 " 11 fe ii 11 11 Kjv Tuesday AND 11 11 11 jj A full line of Misses', Children and Baby shoes all at educed prices. All Bleached and Biown Domestic Cottons at nianufacttueis pi ices 1 Dress Goods. in in. Henriettas all now shades worth 35 (w 2j 10 in. Series all Wool now shades worth BO fa 50c. Mohairs and latest Ktvle worth 50 ( 40c (11. lednesdav May 6th & 7th. Cashmeres at Popular prices. P. P.P. " " CJoods, " ' Block. 1890. GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for Wool and Silk Woofs, Drap Do Alma, Helvetia, Solid R:is, Ben galine and Nuns Veiling at reduced pi ices, all Silk. Blk. Laco for Dreises worth. ... $2.00 fa $1.25 vi. : Henriettas ' " Blk. Nets for Dresses worth .. . 1.50 Qt) 2.50 (Ji 05 1.50 ens?" Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Michigan Plaster, Salt, Li mo, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, "Mother's real well, 'n spry ns ever. She's follcrcd up them old hens till they da'su't call their souls their own another minnit, 'n went to scttiu' liko sixty, jest to git rid on her. There's moie'n six broods. Git up, old hossl wo must bo And in half an hour more thoy wero at homo. "Well, hero yo be, Sally! I'd kind o' gin yo up thought you didn't mean to como nt all, may be." "Why, mother! I'm sure you said I might stay till this week." "Well, if I did, I didn't lot on your Come, child, stayln' till Wednesday. tako off your things nnd stir round; it's 'most tea time;" and with a cold kiss, that agreed well with her welcomo, Mrs. Tyler returned to her rag piecing as if lifo and breath dopended on it, though her heart really glowed within her nt tho sight of her child's fair young face; but she had held tho mother lovo in fetters so long that it was too cramped to assert its strength oven on an occasion of special demand liko this. Sally went up stairs with a wistful quiver on her lips. What a pleasant tlmo sho had had at Webtboro'l how kind everybody wast how glad to bco herl And then, thero wns that loiter a bright spot of sunshlno in tho chilly dullness of home. Oh, when would it come? Tho weapons Jlrs. Tyler had so long beon forming against herself wcro today set in Sally's unconscious grasp, and sho used them. It is tho young soul's instinct to hunger nfter love, and bitterly nro thoso to blame moro bitter is their punishment wlio Btarvo it at homo and dtivo it out to wander jifipr fopd. A big assortment of Embtoideries Jackonet and Swiss, also Hemstitch We are headquarters for these goods and will sell you them than any one else. cheap-e- i Pine & Poplar Shingles al- Dress Ginghams. We call the attention of the trade to the fact that we now have the richest line of Dress Ginghams in the market, Renfrew, Stodards and fancy. Normandies in stripes and plaids. Chambrays plain and prices. Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring ways kept on hand Orders accompanied by cash promptly tilled. THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH LINE. (L. K. k ST. L. It. It.) striped. Scotch Zephyis and French Ginghams all at the lowest SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND DE3T LINE TO White Goods. Plain worth 20 15 10 15 St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. " " Strlpo and Check worth, 10, 12 12K 12K10 and 15 Qf AND ALL POINTS West and Tiine-Car- 8' Si Hosiery. d in Effect Dec, IS, Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m... 4:10 p.m. Arr St. Louis 7:45 "...7:25 " 6:50 p.m. Evansville 2:25 For further Information, call on or address, JOS. S 0DI0RNE, (Jen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisvlllo, Ky. B. L BRYANT, Trar. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. In Burlington Fast Black, 500 pair Misses and dren s Hose, assorted sizes, and striped, full regular made cheap. 20, 25 (ft! very Chil- solid woith 10 c. A Full Line of Notions. 5o & "" (TO D2 CONTINUED. Two doien Safely Pins l'our liars Toilet Soap One doten Cedar Lead Pencils Fifty Slate Pencil 5 J Dueling In Germany. Tho German emperor lias taken a hand at r, tho regulation of duelling In the army. beforo sword uro drawn, tho offender anil tho oiTomled must got tbo sanction of two colon ola. In all ts&vo oxtrcmo cases tho father of a family will not bo allowed to fight. Practically duelling will bo permitted only whero personal violence, without subsequent apology, is.provud, or la cuso of an intuit offered to u lady. Horo-nfte- Krain And a great many Novelties, Notions and Shelf Hardware and Tinware to be found on our 5 Cent Counters. 1 Tim Voracious lllnck Hum. The project of introducing tho American black bans Into British waters Ungalu being mooted, Tho only drawback Booms to bo what tlio English pollers term tho "Yunkoo voracity" of tho bass, who, pit taking up now quarters, at onco proceeds to exterminate, the older residents and make the stream wholly his own. Tho largest fortune ever accumulated in ono of tho learned profeiioiis Is said to bo that of Sir William dull, tho noted Knglitb physician who died recently. Bir William left behind him 31 1,000, and tho entire sum wns earned In the nctlvo practice of meUlclua. Come and See JTb jp- mmm , - i "CUT RATI tTOiC," a Brandenburg, K. M ?'-- fe,RECKENRIDGE NEWS, , WEDNESDAY, t3B; J Jt DOKSTSm AVo ILL'S DEXIIL. n week or two HARDINSBUHG DEPARTMENT. With "Justice" to all and "Partiality" to none. Hound A I'll Hi 23, 18U0 si nee, to y JNO.D.BABBAGE A: the statement of the Nelson v. Counly Hccord that Jnilgo Siinrnll luul advised in n speech nt Springllelil Hint if the iK'opIe should not determine to elect a younger man than the present incumbent, tlioy had better mnko no change nt all. Wo pointed out thnt Judgo Siinrnll in a correspondence with Judgo HohertH had exhibited an agonizing desire to linvo a Ixiulsvillo man. The purpose of our reference to tho Springfield upoepli was to find out why Judge Simnill had no radically changed his mind, and why he would not now rather witness the success of Judge Roberts than Judge Lew is. Our speech reference to the Springlleld brought a denial from Judge Siuirall in the shape of an interview In one of the Iiuisville evening papers. The denial is only a denial in form ; in effect it is a confession of all that has been stated alwut the Springfield speech. Judge Siinrnll should have openly confessed the impeachment, or ho should have said nothing about it. Here is what he says : What I aid in effect In that ipeech was, mildly refeired u.iiAiiitAm: TIME TABLE No. I. IMItor lint I... St. I 4 ' T. I, oral Tlmo Cnrtl. Went H'mI lloiiml PAII.T KJCSXT SUNDAY. Mail and Express going East " West " Expross " Esst Mixed " ' Hut Weil n.m, a.m. -- 11.38 6.41 p.m. SO p.m. 0 11.23 n.m. a.m. .. ,0.Gl STATIONS. Irvington 11.30 a.u.Lv Irvington Junction 11.35" 12.40 1.05 PAII.T KCKPT SUNDAY. 89 r.x - Onrfiold 1.30r.si.Ar Uarned Hardlntburg Ar. 0.00 a.u 8.55 8.00 7.30 Lv. 7.09 a.u That is the expression used, when they sec our superb stock of new Spring anil Summer Gooils. The newest, handsomest and most desirable styles in Sntincs, in Woolen Suitings and Henriettas of foreign nnd domestic weave. CURTAINS. In Curtains wo have all tho latest designs Beautiful is: E3ZOE3S- "I-cg- U NPRECCDENTED ATTRACTION ! OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED t Louisiana Slate Lottery Company. Incorporated br tho Legtdttture In 18C8, Cut Kduditloual nnd Charitable purposes nnd hi franchlao wna inndo a part of tbo present Slate Couttltutlon In lb7K,by an overwhelming popular vote. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Dr. Moseley went to I'ntesville lust at- rM For Count Judge, Thoj. Adkisson, For County Attorney, Jndgo Milton Hoard. For For For For For For For County Clerk, J. K. Monarch. Sheriff, J. S. DeJernette. County Bup't of Schooli, Jas. W. Miller. i Jailer, John Slaton. County Assessor, Len Csshtnan. County Sunejor, F. M. C. Jolly. Friday. AV. II. Ilaynes, U'itehfield, is here i ri f 6tJh ;v--. t. tw r.' We have an iininenso slock all choice .Hoy's shirt waists to fit bovs of all tending Court. selections from one of the most reliable Forft'ic, 1. 00, $I.2o, $1.50, $1.7."), $2.00 This town is on a boom. The carpenand ages. For Integrity of Its Drawings, nnd pair. mantifacturere In the country. ler ters are all busy. prompt payment 01 us prizes, Youth's shirts in nn endless variety. Attested ns follow! : Durability combined with style. FANCY CURTAIN POLES. There arc a number of new buildings " We do hereby certify that we supenisr Men's lino Bhoes, Congress and Halls going up in the city. MEN'S SHIRTS. the arrangements for all the Momthly and brass llnished, something pretty and light nnd handsome $l.r0 Stop at tho Lennin Hotel for good Quarterly Drawinys of The Louisiana novel only 515 els. Fancy shirts, all wool, for summer wear Slate Jjoltery tympany, and in person room and good fable. Slinphlnson's Coroner, W. R. Pendleton. Tender", Congress manage and control the Drawings themDRESS GOODS. State Senator AVorthani, of l'itchfleld, $1.75, another $1.00, to see them is but selves, and that the same are conducted and Lace which is the best $2.00 shoe TO OUIt COItlll'.Sl'ONnHISTS. was in town Monday. Ginghams of a hundred different patterns in the market. with honesty, fairness, and in good faith to fall in love with them. toward all parties, and we authorize the Oct the news and get all the news and Mrs. J. A. Witt went to Ilrnndenburg Zephyrs, Men's Cenuino Calf common sense last Wo have the best Linen Uosom, unlaun Company to use this certficate, with From Dana's nothing but the neics Sunday to remain two or three weeks. Sherwood Suitings, $51.00 tiered fine shirt in this innrket nt only of our signatures attached, in its advertisements." Saccarappa, Men's Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. CO cts. Genuine. Miss Clara Adkisson, of Lodlburg, is Kangaroo comthat If a chango was to be made In the Court mon sense last, Good Year Welt $5.00 Kenwood, Ac. of Appcnlt, it should be a substantial change, visiting Judge Adkisson's family this An endless variety, of Men's working TitE Xkws appenrs this week in n noli-h- j' which might not be effected by And scores of others which wo hnvn't shirts from 25 to 50 cts. week. giving up HENRIETTE CLOTH new ilrws prcwpcroiH nnd liuppy, full Judgo Louis, about 65 years of age, with exroom here to mention. Win. II. llell was appointed Trustee of In all the latest shades. of lnisiiirwi, full of hope for tlie future of perience en tho bench, for Judge Also in Children's, Misses' and Youth's lloberti l the jury fund last Monday vice O. et LADIES' VESTS. I'loverport nnil Hreekcn ridge county, full nearly the tamo age, without any experience WOOLEN SUITINGS. shoes we have almost an endless vaJolly resigned. Conimlasloiiora. of vim, full of news and loaded down on tho bench, at faros I know. riety. Solid and fancy colors, very cheap. There will bo n concert given at the In fancy and solid colors. hundred with thanks to its lliti-cThis is merely a statement by Judge We the undersigned Hanks and Bankwho have innde thee tliinpt Sinn-al- l that the people should elect him, Court house Thursday night week, for ers will pay all 1'ritei drawn in the Louisthe benefit of the City Hall. jnslMe. iana State Lotteries which may be preor if they did not do this they should sented at our counters. The Xkvvs man was in town Monday make no change at all. This was all that i.oiiiHiunu W1 n.m. WAi.Msi.r.v, and scooped in a big nuinlier of subscribOil! .VI777.M. HAS. was ever charged, so far as we have ob National Haiilc. ers. That big drawing will come off". served. The matter then stands confessPinitRi: I.ANAUX, Pros. Slate Nit- If the until nil jni.s we lime developed ed. Xow what the people would like to The counly candidates all sokc at the tlotial Ilanlc. Mow Orleans A. IIAMMVIN, here wete in many other plaee, it would know is, whj has Judge Simmll aban- Court house Monday. There was a large National Hunk. longsinee have been put to uxo. IUit doned his wish for the success of a Iiuis-vill- e crowd out and they seemed anxious to C4.III.I KOI1IV Pros. Union JVnClomil our people wein nlow to utilise this Krvnt candidate? They, ns presently ad- hear them. IIuiilc. advantage. Yet our conservatism (we vised, will send Judge Hoberts to the tt and Mrs. James Miss Annie GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING please to call it by this term) hat probab- bench of the Court of Appeals, and if bishop were soliciting funds for the purIn tho Academy of Music, NowOrleans ly not been unwise. It has taken time Judge Sitnrall has been forced by some Tuesday, May 13, 1890. DEANEFIELD, KY. pose of rebuilding the Fair View MethoSTEPHENSP0RT. BIG SPRING. to demonstrate that thesupph is perma- sullicient reason to change his front, jer-hap-s Capital Prize, $300,000. dist church. nent and Buflieient. If not ho assured, the reason if given might alo in100,000 Tickets ut Twenty Dollars Hew Meyers will preach here next It was reported here Monday that Mr. The New Town to Start Out With Planting corn is all the go now. expenditure of time and money were fluence the people of the district. They each. llttlvcMttlU: Uiturtcrs .V, Three Requisites of Success. All lluck board, of lioscttn, is down very ill Sunday. Tenths 82; Twentieth HI. worM than fully. Hnse ball is booming now, so our boys are entitled to be informed on Ibis subwith pneumonia and but very little hopes Needed Resources, Abundant LIST or PRIZES. Mrs. Jean IInynen is now selling Hut all doubtH nre now at rest as to the ject. say. 10APITAL PKIZI3 0F JJOO,000..$300,000 of his recoverv. in Cloverport. Capital, Wise Management. quantity, quality and jiersistency of the Don't forget Mn Editor we want one of 1 UHAJX1J l'111.U Uf 00,000.. 100,000 Fine old, pure, Xelson, Woodfoid nnd 1 (1KAND PRIZE OP natural pas of Cloverport. The present Miss Korrio Hardin, of Holt, was tho your premiums. 50,000.. 50,000 John Monarch opened the county camDeanefield, the new industrial town on 1 LAHUK PHIZES OF 25,000.. 25,000 supply is nullicient for all our present paign at Hnnlinsburg last Monday with Daviess county whiskies, wines and branItoujrh railroad is on a hi) guest of Mrs. II. Davis last week. Falls of 2 LAKOE PHIZES OF The wheat crop looks some what bet10,000.. 20,000 Look for the ned, and to run mauv factories and a splendid speech, lie sounded the key dies, all pure and 5,000.. 25,000 Mr. Abraui Bennett eays he is tho ter since the rain. i PHIZES OF liooiii. There is more hnildinj;, nlore " mills besides, which may come, and note and the Democracy of lireekenridge sign, T. C. Ix'wis' Saloon. 25 1,000.. 25,000 improvement!!, more prosperity to he proudest man in townit is a girl. " 500.. 50,000 100 Mr. Frank Jolly, of llnrdmsburg, was doubtless will come in the future. Ijist Monday was an unusually quiet found there than in any new town in the will stand b him lo in, John, and " 200 300.. 60,000 Miss Fannio Urashear, of Cloverport, in our town the 12th. This question settled, the next step is clean 'em up. Commence on the ground flay here for the first day of a Circuit South. ' 200.. 100,000 600 visited her home at Preston last SaturMr. Otto Trent, of Custer, was on our iPPROIIUATION PRIZES. to pipe it all over the city for domestic floor A county race is just as good a Court. There were no arrests made and Deanefield, mt tinted in the areas of the day. ICO Prizes or $500 are $50,000 new streets the 12th. use, and to manifest the fact to the world time to enlighten the peop'e upon coking coal region, with hard woods of 100 Prliesof$.'100ar the but very little drunkeness. $30,000 Mis Minnie Ilrashear, of LouisAille, is that hen- is the place to plant manufacaro 100 Priios 20.000 Prospects for tobacco in this vicinity is great principles of Iieinoeracj as a There is nljout a mile and three quar- every variety near nt hand, with lumber visiting Mrs. It. A. Ilrashear nnd .Mrs. not very good, owing to Terminal Prizes: tories. late spring. race. If "weet" Owen ters of track to lav yet before the road in almost inexhaustible supply, and stone Nettie Napper. 09'J Prizes of 100 are 99.000 No town south of the Ohio can pre-en- t doesn't want to run it that wav, let him reaches Fordsvillc It is thought ears of excellent quality in every diieetion, 999 Prites of 100 ar 99.9U0 In about two weeks we will report two such inducement as our. We have the cet out There is a good deal of shipping from more weddings and maybe three. with iron of the finest quality in great will be running tluough in two weeks. 3,131 Pritci, amounting to $1,054,800 "fuel of the future" t' oiler to all who Mr. It. X. Miller, of Xew Albany, was abundance and in convenient localities; our wharf, and we are glad to see our Master Alex. Meador came down homo Notk Tickets drawing Capital Prizes aro cjme. It is here in abutnlanee fur all tiling, potters' clay, term packets still doing a good business. Out Mirmunding hilN filled with soft sworn in as a practicing attorney at this lire brick, on n short visit from Frankfort the other notcntitlod to terminal Prizes. , who will enme and umt it Wi- can con- coal, inferior to none Our canncl coal, The Misses Ada Hanks, Kmmn Mose- day. bar last Monday. Mr. Miller U a nephew cotta, einen and cement ; with a plenti AGENTS WANTED. tinue to sink well and continue to obtain the ful supply of water for all municipal and ley and Sallie Daisaro attending school in the world Our Tar springs of Major J. T. Miller and thinks of locat &For Club rates, or any lurthcr Information V Messrs. Meyer and Carter went out to gis in unlimited quantities The field the wonder of ctcn one Out natural ing in Cloverport nuinufnctnring purioscses, anil with all nt Heme, Ind., a'so Johnnie and Jimmie to tho dcslrcJ, write High Plains church tho 13th. An ex- clearly stating legibly residence, undersigned, with Mute, your erniot be exhausted b o enlrafti-- . push and energy of the men consti- Crawford. en, under a tine agricultural soil Our Mr. Charley McCracken, who has had the cellent seinion was preached by Hew Ed. County, Street and Number. MorerapUl return are inestimable anil whenever climate, a- - Chauncy Depew says, the his head quarters here since last fall as tuting the company, what is to keep this mail delivery will bo assured by your enclosV Little Kvart English, son of Mr.Hurvio King. and to whateer extent desired, the fluid ln- -t on earth. Our town the healthiest new town from Incoming the lusty peer ing an Enrolopo touring your full address, chief engineer of the L. II. and W., goes English, has been confind to his bed for Ken-imOur citizens say that wo will have a will lespond to the touch of the drill. of any and nil the new towns of of the hcalthv Our shipping facilities IMPORTANT. to Ohio this week to superintend a road some weeks with inflamatory rheumatism railroad through hero in a few months. Ve hae as cheap freights a- - nu othaodmii ill. A. II YUl'IIIIV. unsurpassed What is to hinder us from being built there by McCracken Uro- -. When it is known that Deancfield's he is now improving. Look out Giihton ! Look out Irvington! Now Orleans, I. a., er ulace by rail or river The one i a moving fiii" Nothing but our own HI. A. UAUIMIIN, Judge Huberts, of Ixtuisrille, candidate location embrace everything that is deWe are situated eh ck to the other Mrs. Ella Watlington and Mks Ella Tho fust thing you know we will boon or ' Wahliiiigloii, 1). o. apathj for Judge of the Court of Appeals spoke sirable in the founding of a large city, is Moseley are opening up a fashionable your toes. By ordinary letter, containing Monkt Oiipkh ce itr.illy in the I'nion and can send the by all Express Companies, New York at the Court house Monday. There was a in tl e sani" line of mineral development millinery nnd dre.s making establishment nimufactured product in eer diieetion For want of time and space wc would issued Tiik pro-pts D our cit wen- never Postal Note. large crowd in attendance and the Judge with Pineville and Middlesborough, in in the rooms just vacated byMrs. Haynes tell you an anecdote that happened at Kxchangc. Draft or by Kxprow of $5We over. with ns little mileage a- - am other point so bnght a- - now. The ox UUUBEJ.CY sont us or machine shop-ar- e made a ver favwalde itiipje.ion wealth of min- (live them a call and a trial. ujnn the very midst of similar in tin' country. High Plains tho other Sunday that illusenlarging theinsvlve- - ilaily People Address Registered Lettersto hi- - hearer--. eral and other imperial resources, that We have nothing to ilo but to go for- an moxint: in. but trates the sermon of Itrother Watkins, Mrs. Andrew Fanner died of pneunianv art-- i(etainel NEW OUkUANS WATIONAIj HANK. ward. Hut we must remember that "the for want f Ihu; have in connection with these places as- monia on the The hi;: suit uf the Hardinsbun; direc-tttr-New inlii-tri- e Now Orleans, l.si. are 5th of this month, and Mrs. the Southern diune. " thrv-who help United States, then a fair onh gxls help the - II. and W. ajadnst W. V. tonished the opening Miss Kittic Miller nnd Mr. John TuckNaluraJ sat-- i- - pinm-- in ample HEMEMIlEIt that the payment of alt prltes J. I). McKaughn on tho 10th, with con Our people must push to win. qoantitx 11V. FOUlt MeCrarken A Co will not likely reach a conception of its manufacturing import-nnr- o NATIONAL - are TrsAf- - a Ixri-'- c aati Mr. Ehslin Miller died of er, of Grayson county, married at tho Is GUARANTEED sumption. BANKS of New Orleans, and tho Tlokets are mav le bail. trial thi- - rrort- - McCraekens will file Their pushing will not 1c in vain No etnpl"Tl consumptian Sunday night, at the home bride's residence near hero the lllth. We signod by the President of an Institution, T,Tytn aaisd as. Tlie their answer which will mn-- 4 likeh conDeanefield has grown in four months plate equals our !&) rto tb- - Kim wcr. s Mi? . never got nny of the cake, but wo wish whose chartered rights are reoognizod in the from an uncultivated field to lie a place of his sister, Mrs. James I lines. tinue the case an--) fntarr- - ar- - full of them loth much joy, may their future bo highest Courts; therefore, beware of any Imitaasd Sis- tw- -i Thirty-tw- o houses and tions or annonytnous schemes. Mrs. Archie Stiles, nee Smith, died on ll, Wi. have lieen informed that Mr Jscs. hnf of Ieitchfield, of 200 people. Mr. Jciie T. ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest eight stores are completed and occupied the 19th inst., after a brief but painful as cloudless and happy as the day they K. Stone, the present assi-ta"i arrived Monday and is assisting It. S. They started for part or fraotion of a Tioket ISSUED BY US nnd many more are under construction. illness. Her death was unexpected, and joined right hands. the House of ei)nentati. - a in any Drawing. Anything in our name ofSkillman at the clerk's desk. Mr. B tr-- x 'A the farl that the Hill railing six months, nt the rate it is now threw a deep gloom over our people, ns Grayson county the 14th, where they will fered for less than a Dollar is a swindle. ilidale for chief tlerk of the ( TKSitntiob-a- l a is a pleasant gentleman and bears Within asiiati"nal Convention hail not yet growing, it will have a population of she was young nnd but recently married. spend their honey moon. Convention mihins th- - Nr N-the reputation of being one of the best fSjmed I ) the ioernor. Judge J 1,000. Her illness and death was rendered more i .jnaJJlira-tion- s might say as to the fitne A Marra lil not publicly announce young clerks in this judicial district. i:iitltlcd to tlio Ilcnt. The Land Company are now erecting terrible from the fact that she was a tleaf sad hinwlf a- - a candidate for delegate last of Mr Stone for tbi- - imji'.-uu- al The following is the grand jury twenty dwellings, a large store house and mute, nnd her excruciating suHering All are entitled to tho best that their measure 5Imda, but we an- - reliab'v informed rcsjKnsible Ksition woufcl m for the present term : Charles a handsome twenty-rooThe Fins Saddle Stallion, hotel. could not bo expressed in language. The money will buy, so every family should be suK'rthious. His aliilin us a fieri, is land in fat t the Judge so declares him- II. Drury, foreman, Jo DeJernettc, Fey-to- n Stores, olliees, cottages, structures of brother of tho deceased have, at once, a bottle of tho best family Will stand tho ensuing season, commencing camo dow n on not fonfmeil to the ktiowVli-- e of his self in privatei that he is a candidate. Scott, John 15. Hcnslev, Alfred Mil- every size and description, aro being April 15th, 1890, at the stableB of Wilson the train Sunday and conveyed tho corpse remedy, Syrup of Fig, to eleanso tho Jolly and James E. Chnpin, nnd will serve friend in this section alone, but it is Tbi- - settles the matter and our countv ler, Isaac Norton, Felix C. Mattingly, rushed to completion, while tho land to her former home, system when costive or bilious. Tor sale Winchester, Ky. known almost b a nwjorin of the ko-pl- e will be well represented marcs al $8.00 to Insure a living colt. Money James Lyons, John It. Jarboe, Win. II. company's forces are driving tho grading, Her husband and relatives have the in f)0c and 1.00 bottles by all lending duo when the fact Is ascertained or tho mare throughout the State. He has for Hawkins, Jehse Tucker, Horace Squires, ditching, planting trees, and laying out druggists. heartfelt sympathy of the community. twoteruiHso successfully filled the toition Caro will bo taken to prevent parted with. Tin: I'liiteil States Supreme Court has W. (i. llutler, Win. K. Rhodes, Milton tho town with might and main. Streets, he now holds in the legislature thai that released David Xeagle who killed Judge Miller, Win. 1. Carman. accidents, but no responsibility nssumod should being put in shape avenues nnd roads wre llitcltloii'N Arnica Salvo any occur. fact alone should and doubtless will be a Terry in California while the latter was - -- There was a meeting at the Court in everj' direction and the face of naturo DESCRIPTION Frank Is a dark Iron Gray Tho best snlve in the world for cuts sullicient to enable him in the act of committing recommendation ata murderous fire years old this spring, 10Ji hands hlgu Dr. V. T. Tnylor, of tho firm of J. n. Tayhouse Monday night by the directors of for a considerable distance around is bruises, sores ulcers, salt rheum, (over to secure the position he now seeks. Mr tack upon Justice Held The opinion of and weighs 1200 pounds. & Son, will bo In Cloverport May 5th. purpose of raising covered with mnles and men. soreB, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, lor nd will bo at tho Cloverport Hotel one ncok, 'tone is a Hret kenndge man, ami we the court was that Xeagle was justified the City Hall, for the L. V. CHAPIN. Ono of the best paying investments corns, and all skin eruptions, und positivefunds necessary to complete the building prepared to do all kinds of Dentistry, hope he mnj In1 successful. N. B. Positively no business dono on Sunday in shooting Tern under the cirenm-staniIt is possible to be made is the building of ly cares Piles, or no iay required. 100 is required to complete the building guaranteed to give pcrfoct satisfaction or nnd furnish inside with chairs, scenery, small cottages and tenement houses for money refunded. Price 25 cents per box, FARMERS FREE COLUMN. Iti KM-i- i is aiiMimnceil as a can(m working people, nt Deanefield. There is For aalo by G. W. Short, Glovtrport. Ky , A number of shares were taken at Ac. Ono horse and mare, each 15 didate for the Constitutional Convention hands high, Mn. Montgomery has prepared for inNj the meeting and enough will be taken an urgent demand for a hundred of these aid J. A. Witt, Hardinsburir. Ky. both combined saddle and harness animals. from Hart county. In view of the splenw ill bo troduction in Congress a bill to pay tie during the week it is thought totnako up houses today, nnd this demand Thos. II. Ditto, Brandenburg, Ky. did record he has made as Oovernoi, the largely increased as now enterprises now administrator of Simeon I. Sandidge, of the deficit. For Sale Ono mule, 15Jf hands UNION STAR. people of Hart will certainly semi him to Meade county, S.KHI for Tho contemplation are completed. W. S: Dean, high, well broke. supplies furThe train from Irvington was delayed in without opposition. nished the Convention Hook Lick, Ky. lots can be purchnsed cheap and tho the I'liioii army during the war. Monday, occasioned by a little wreck. Mr. Wm. Allen passed through town Knott who will There is ApPure crab elder lor salo by tho barrol. buildings will cost very littlo and will Four or five box cars jumpped tho track Joo D. Brashear, Addison, Ky, last Friday. ply to probably go from Marion, and with a cent, on the investment. It will not be a great while before near Sinking creek nnd were badly torn pay 23 per A fine lime and sand ttono quarry for rent convention made up of such men as these county Mr. and Mrs. II. C. .Tolly have returned It is nci'illcss to add that this property candidates take the stump. up. There were about twenty-fiv- e or lease on tho L., St. L. Sc T. railroad. pasit will be a tredit to the old Commonfrom Virginia. deW. S. Ashby, Cloverport, Ky. There is n perfect harvest of them this sengers in the coach which was attached is tlestined to be the scene of a' rapid wealth. For Sil.E, 10 head of young cattle. Mr. C. M. McGlothlan lost a lino buggy year, ami the Xi:ws is going to keep to the rear of the train, and tho lwx cars velopment and tho successful sito of a 11. C. Mattingly, Balltown. horse recently. largo mining nnd manufacturing town. track of 'em all. being in front the coach was left and tho Tin: recent election in Kansas City Company will havo an auc Fob Sale, Ono black Cuylcr stallion about The Land Mr. J. J. Severs' two youngest children passengers rode in on a flat. The IrvingIS hands high', two years old 20th Juno next, shows plainly what an honest ballot will Ce in Connecticut an old man of 8Il tion sale of lots Tuesday nnd AVednesday, woro sick last week. foaled by Artie, lias heavy main and tnjl, ton branch needs a good deal of work be A eity married a young girl of 111, but he first do for the Democratic party. May 0th and 7th, to which everyone is good style. W. M. Ditto, Brandenburg. Mrs. M. J. Crosson spent several days fore it can be called that basal vvaj s been Itcpuhlicau is, by had to settle SIO.OOO of his d invited. r at Sample last week. Henry Vertrees, a durkey from Irvingthe Australian system, which admits of money on her before she would consent deadMr. Ilcnnen, of Ilnwesville, was in ton, who was charged w ith carrying no frauds, changed to Democratic rule to take him. Fortunate Chicagoans. Pure Bred Berkshire I'I&b, all ages. Eligible town on the Dth inst. ly weapons and some other minor offenses honestly and fairly. Ily all means let us to registry. In the Feb. 11th drawing of the Loui Monday and givFor Prices nnd other information address have an honest ballot, and honest govWe aro having delightful weather and Tin: Kentucky legislature has fixed on was brought into court State Lottery two citizens drew J. T. ItoBAims, court by ono of his siana ernment will follow. everylnxly is making garden. May the 1 2th as the date for a die en in charge of the r cash prizes which have inado them Ilardinshurg, Ky. surities. The court ordered the Shenft adjournment. Miss Eliza Brashear, after a protracted wealthy. II. A. llulhunl, :VS Metropol& BRO,. to take charge of tho prisoner, and while Tiik crying need for dwelling houses in llloek, is one of tho lucky citizens. visit to Cloverport has returned. to speak to some ono itan CLOVERPORT, KY. CIoveriort is so great that we wonder There is more Catarrh In this section the sherifr turned To a Traveler representative Mr. llulMr. AVesloy Hatfield representing L. A. Db. IIchphih.tiJ' Specifics arewlentlflcally and more of our citizens do not make haste to of the country than all other diseases put Vertrees, unnoticed walked lejsurely out hunl said: "I held careiuuy prciuirttti iircBcripuom useu ior in&uj of ticket Xiblaek, llockport, Intl., wiw in town last In irivuto practice with UPcess,anuforoer when ho got build them. AVe know of a number that together, and until the last few years was of tho court room door, and hlrtVToarstifledbr thoneoDlo. Krcnr suurloSDO No. 40,011) which drew the third capital Wednesday. cino Is a spuolal euro for tho 0 lacase named. will bo built at once, but ninny more are supped to be Incurable. For a great into the street he heeled it to the woods prizo of 50,000. The cash, $12,500, was Thaaa HiteGlllea euro without ftrucnrlrjcr. tranr Mrs. Win. Allen and Miss Xelin Urns-hea- r, tng or reducing tho system, and arelu fact niul needed. .1 JOVItNAL FOll ADVEIlTISEttS. many years dwtors pronounced it a local and skipped. tleed them) vnrelen remedies oft heWorld. promptly received by mo through tho of Preston, were guests of Mrs. C. disease, and prescribed local remedies, He coiuw. usTOFrBncifit.itos. roici. likes It Becauso It Gives the American Express Co." Messrs. Chas. M. McGlothlan recently. IsMssuod weekly, and Is the representative .. ,'i?j 1 1'nvcrn, Congestion, Inflammation Tiik Frankfort correspondent of the and by constantly failing to cure with Kosminski & Co., bankers lit ltW WashNews. tvomill, wiirjuienri nunn whio u S. Itiehardson returned last Journal the trade journal of American adverMrs. P. or Teeming or imam Ijouifivillo Times sayn that Senator J. S. lecal treatment, pronounced it incurable ington street, collected for a customer, Children or Adults ... .'it Iitii'isviM.1:, Kv., April 18, 1R!K). week after a very pleasant week's visit tisers. It ladicat s to the Inexperienced advet through tho State Xat'l Hank of Xow .Ullloua Colic . "Wirtlinm lins announced that he is a Science has proven catarrh to bo a con1). IttiuiAcii:, Cloverport, Ky.,- is, vomiting,., tUer how, when, and where he should adver ono twentieth of ticket No. IH.US.') with her son K. A. Itlehnrdsou. for Superior Court Judge from stitutional disease, and therefore required J. (louithp, Cold, UroucbltU. 7 candidate !3K 0 8 jSouriilulu, Toothache. Vaceaeho Dkak Sin: I'lcaso to send mo tho which drew the first capital prize of Mr. Fred Hnrshfleld died at his homo tise how to write an advertisement; how to constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh tho First district. 0 Jlcitdnchcs, Kick: Headache. .VertUo .U.5 in tho same Urn wing. Chicago (III.) .V!. . ltiiKCKKKitiiKiK Xkwh for ono year to the display one; what newipipers to use; how much IlyapepHln, Bilious Htnmarli... 10 somo three or four miles from town on Arkansas Traveler, March 15. Cure, Manufactured by F. J. Cheney & 11 Niiunrraiiotlor rnlnful l'orluds. .'to money to expend in fact, discourses on every address below. I havo seen a few num'1 Whltt'K, too l'mdiBo l'erlods. va tho 10th inst. Ho was ono of our oldest point that admits of profitable discussion.' AdDlnlcuUIireathtng la t'rnup, Cousli, WI,IU.WBWUIIVll . .'in Sr.s.vTou Worthaui has introduced a Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only constitu.'iS, bers of your paper and liko it very much, UHCUHIt Senator Ulair may find nnd most respected citizens. Pooh, lO Itliciiniatlniii, ltbclinmtlo l'alns. vertising l an art practice, by many but bill to charier a railroad to run from the tional euro on the inaiket. It is taken as I find so much news from my old a morsel of consolation for his broken Ill FoYeramt Anno, t lulu, Jlalarla 11 ru. Itllmlnr lllwdlnir . Mrs."" Lenn Cunningham nnd littlo by fow. The conductors of Printers' Falls of Kongli to connett with the ('., 0, internally in doses from ten drops to a friends in Meadu and Dreckenrldgo heart, in tho hopo thut his bill may be 1(1 Ontnrrli. Inllueura, Cold lu the Head teasjHiouful. It acts directly ujkhi tho counties. I enclose 1.00, tho price 1 be- Immortalized by tho memorial of tho daughter, of Iouisvillc, are visiting Mrs. Ink understand It, and their advice is based on JO Whooping Couglii Violent Cuughs. .50 k H. W. it rticral lrt)llll.rrijfl.lcul weakness ,ow Vnivcnuillbt ministers of Uoston. They J. O. Cunningham. blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system. lieve. years Mrs. Jane Cunning- an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e Yours respectfully hopo that "tho disposition of tho bill ham, of Littlo Dixie is also a guest nt In placing advortiselng contract for many of "11CIH. ... .. '... t'.M fK They oiler one hiindrcal dollam for any tvrilWK A. J. Alexander, Lnkota, X. Dak, Mish Winnie Davis, the "Daughter of wns riot Jlnal, ami thnt it may yet become ltnrt,I'alpltatlonl. the largest and most successful advertisers. A case it fails- to cure. Send for eireiilurn Xelson county. a law." Tho plan of salvation, according Mr. Cunningham's. tho Confederacy," issood to wed a noted year's subscription oosts but two dollars : sam Hold br Druggist, or sent postpaid on receipt and tcstimonulg. Address, to their conception, is very comprehenof price. Dn. HDrllEETs WAmiAU (III pages! Abolitionist pf New York. r liound In clotlt and gold, malted' frej. sive, but it would tnko a broader creed Needing a tonic, orLADIES that want building ple crplcs Free. Address i F. J. CHKNKY & CO., Toledo, 0. j'on nvsi'Ki'HiA lluraplirry'.HodlclueC.l(KuUonHt.Ny. children QKO. P. HOWELL fc CO.. than any tho world has over known to lUe lrown'a Iron Hitters. JgQrSold by Druggists, 7oc. tip, should tabu DiyslcUns recommend It. save tho Dlalr Hill In its entirety from Ovkk fccvcnteeii hundred hills havo BROWN'S IUN UITTKIIS. keep It. 11.00 per bottle. OeBUlaa. All It U pleasant to take, cures Malaria, Indigesits just condemnation. 10 Spruea St., Netf York. been offered in the Lejdslnture. Subscribe for the llitr.cicr.uiioi: Nkws. has dealers and crossed red Hues on wrapper. tion, and ltllloutness. All dca'trs keep U. es LACE CURTAINS. SHIETS. ITS Aiiutiully pluci) So in I tttko Jiiiio unit December, unit Mm (ilUNDMKCLi; M,(UIi:it DII.WV llVliS laka place nu cncli nf flm oilier mill uro nil In tli; ten nioiilliN IMttdlr, year, lit) Aciiilcmy at druu'li InNow OrlcitiiN,I I.ii. ot .IIumIc, sizes FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS MAMMOTH XIKAlVlMiS r r v 3 fif ?" An immense stock of Gentlemen's Straw Hats will be in this week, also Ladies' Trimmed Straws. A iro. jt " -- !? V bubmI 5 Ire, Iln-se- GLOVKRPORT, KY. inil-lineiy Br first-clas- - ;'. - lt Diri- -- k. et - rv e them-sdves.- 1- fk- -- (Jo-ne- nt Go-ne- ll m FRANKS Notice- Dentistry. e- Sist first-clas- hard-earne- For Sale. J. F, SULZER HUMPHREYS' one-quart- i r J Printers' Ink s, .i a 1100-00- .) m ,- . trade-umr- SPECIFICS ' fy V. WbAi- - iiu ..- - .4'-.- l StX? a- ' - - fc? ffJE Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to thotnsto, and nets gcntlyyct promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fovers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind over produced, pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agrecablo substances, its many excellent qualities com- -' mend it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for snlo in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not havo it on hand will it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. pro-eur- o LOCAL "M BREVITIES. i-L- UU n i fT i iTi 1 n mm ij.i.m m.m..ij i mj ijj y 1 1 y, 02E ENJOYS lienl is looking splendid. Joint Kobinson'a dri'tm is coining. On to the llwl Front for Imrgiiins. Don't forgot tlio place Hod Front. Tiio pay train will be down Friday. "iNIonoy Biived is money made." Go to tlie lied Front. JIarriHon'B mixed paintH are tho best. Short keeps them. Southdown ram for sale. Young and fine. Dr. J. E. Drown. Two English Derkshiro. how pigs for sale. Dr. J. E. Drown. "When you go to Hardinsburg stop nt WPN AT W ! the AUCTION SALE Of llio Twenty Kciuniuinfr the llnekeby Ilouse. Dom, to the wife of Jas. McDonald, of m Efrf fe Ct V ' Sf Ur' hi1- -' isr: R-y it j Holt, April 10th, a boy. Now is tho time to do your painting. Go to G, W. Short and get his price. Golden Seabright bantam eggs, puro blood, nt $1.50 for 13. Dr. J. E. Drown. Insure your lifo in the old reliable United States Lifo Insurance Company of Now York. Felix Carter's trial for killing Joe Miller comes up in the circuit court nt Hardinsburg today. "Tho best bargains over offered," is the remark made by every one who prices our goods. lied Front. You can paint your house cheaper with Harrison's mixed paint than with lead, and it is guaranteed to stand better. cedar fence posts, nice nnd straight and good size, for sale by Gregory & Co. Cheaper than was ever known Eggs Eggs I Dronze turkey eggs from Mrs, Crabb's flock of best blood iu the State, at $3.00 per doz. Dr. J. E. Drown. Eight-foo- After days of disagreeable weather, we arc at last promised a continued spell of sunshine, when a new Spring Suit of Clothes is in order. Come to us for your outfit. For early Spring wear wc have the medium weight Cassimcres, Cheviots and Worsteds, and for warm and hot weather, we show the English 'Serges in all colors, Zephyrs, Hair-line- s and Featherweights, in many different colors, and cut iu all new shapes of Cutaway, Frocks and Sacks, Prince Alberts, and all desirable shapes on the fash ion jmuu;. .muse goous are an our own manuiacture, anu every garment is fully warranted. Our stock for Men, Boys and Children is the most complete and the best in the city. Our prices are warranted 25 per cent, less than you pay for "Eastern-made" LOTS in tlie Carpets CHEAPEST If you want any CAEPETS give us a chance to show you how much better we can do for you than others. We can show you a very handsome assortment, and we feel Westview Addition to z OWENSBORO Will tukc place trash at other houseB. Wednesday, May 14 sure we can please you. select from. A We have a nice line of Samples to ' i JULIUS WINTER "Ola Reliable" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS.. LOUISVILLE, KY. I I ts I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l l l l l l l mi I I l I I I t A MOST PB0MISING CITY. Elsewhere in this issue will be found nn advertisement of a big land sale, at Owensboro, Ky., Wednesday, May 14th. Owensboro is the most promising city in Western Kentucky. It has a solid and substantial growth. It is surrounded not only by mineral wealth of vast extent, but by a splendid agricultural coun try, and added to all its other advantages it is filled with energetic, enterprising people. Its future is assured. AVith the presence of one of tho largest wagon factories in tho south, two carriage factories, a chair factory, a wheel factory, two large foundry and machine shops, four pinning mills witli sasli and door immense tobacco factories, twenty-thre- o stemmeries, fifteen distilleries, a plug tobacco works, several cigar factories, an ice factory, three large flouring mills, an organ factor, a shoe factory and a multitude of lesser industries in all parts of the city. Street cars, gas, electric light, water works, etc. It has a foundation on which to build n magnificent future. That its people have the energy is shown by the fact that tho business men of the place lately subscribed enough money to build a $2o.000 female college. Its people are live and progressive and do not hesitate to put money in any tiling that will build up tho city. Although ono of the youngest of the lending cities of the state, Owensboro yields to none of them in enterprise and is just now tho most attractive field in tho entire Commonwealth for the investor, who is prompt to seize the opportunities for profit here presented. Owensboro is not on a "boom" and is not Buffering from inflated prices, but is growing and developing steadily and rapidly. At present real estate is much lower in prico than in any other city in Kentucky that has mado half the progress Owensboro has made. The town has nearly trebled its population since I860 ; anil is now in a jwsition to grow far nioro When her rapidly than ever before. census is taken in 1100 her population will not fall far short of 30.000. No man has ever yet lost money on Owensboro real estate. The tendency of value being constantly upwards as the city grows and as the prospects of tlie city nro now brighter than ever before in her history, it is reasonable to presume that prices will get still better. If you want to make an investment no matter how small or how largo that w ill pay you handsomely, attend this sale and get hold of some Owensboro real estate. LONG BRANCH. Miss Komi Hull h visiting .Mrs. C. Hendricks. Mr. A. J. Itickorstaff was in the city last week. Miss Nellie McGehoe is on the sick list this week. Mr. Cal Hendricks went to Louisville on Sat unlay. Miss Fannie Ilayncs was visiting Miss Bickerstafi'last week. Long Branch may not have a store, but what's the matter with the peddlers. G. M. Beynolds left for Warren, Pa., last week. His wife will join him in a short time. Mr. S. 11. Dooley expects to try his fortune iu I'ennsylavnia. He leaves next week. Mr. John T. Ditto has been a few days in the city on account of his father's illness. Mr. Preston, attorney for J,., St. L. & T. It. It. wiis down last week makingesti-mat- e of stock killed on the railroad. Notice tho papers are making some- tning ol stir about tariff, cheap silks for tho rich and expensive cottons for the six-nili- The wonderful increase in value of Owensboro renl estate lias been the theme of ninny newspaper articles during the past six months. But those who have not conic to Owensboro to investigate can have but an imperfect idea at best of the vast increase in values. THERE ARE NO BETTER investments to be made in the state than in real estate in and around Owensboro. Men with comparatively small means have invested in Owensboro real estate and made large sums oi monoy. There arc twenty lots for sale in Westview on which houses can be built, and fully 13 to 20 per cent, realized on the entire amount invested in the way of rents, regardless ot the enhancement in the value of tho property as the town grows. Money put in real estate at Owensboro at present prices is safer than deposits in a National number of our Patterns are cut WITHOUT WASTE1 made saving much extra cost. Carpets ordered through us arrive quickly, (sf wed) if desired. be done bv hand. SO up, All Brussels and Velvets are sewed with a I machine which makes tliein much better and smoother than can F YOlT WANT TO BUY THE V EA'v 3j. a SAN FRANCISC ). CAL, LOUISVILLE, AT. HEW rORK.'N.Y. 1 Best-Wearin- g CARPETS Gheapest ALWAYS COME TO FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS. Wo are authorized to announce E?- ifi - i K-- W Positively for lew than cost. Our immense stock of Qucenswnre, Glassware, Tinware nnd all kinds of notions to be closed out in ten days. lied Front. FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS, John Hafley has contracted to furnish the city of Henderson with :M),000 worth We are authorized to announce of broken lime stone from tho qilarries of JOHN ROBERTS, L. 1). Addison, six miles east of this city. of the City of Louisville, as a candidate for S. 11. Dent ant) II. D. Head represent Judgo of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic party of tbe Third the United States Life insurance ComAppollato District. pany of New York, in this county, n We are authorized to announce good old lino company. There is none as a Candidate for Olerk Court, of Appeals Subject to the action of Democratic) State Convention. GRORGE H. MADDEN, 'fc Aillfeil CLOVERPORT, KY. LEITCHFIELD, KY. SASH, BLINDS, ROUGH DRESSED LUMBER. W J vfl JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, Sir ' better. "good-bye-chick- ," gfcr AA - to tho office of as a candidate for Tho 'time was when clijekens took the Judge of tho Court of Appeals, subjeot to the cholera we said but action of tbe Democratic party. now we give them Canter's chicken John Allen Murray, Win. K. Barnes, cholera cure, knowing full well that they Hardlnsburg. Clorerport. will soon be all riglit again. Sold by G. Attorneys atLaw. Hardinsburg and Clovcrport, Kentucky. MURRAY &. BARNES, Br. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, ' HARtINSBURG, KY. JrOflieo on Brick Corner. Shoit. Isaac Lockard was up before Mayor Hambleton last Sntunluy, charged with stealing a box of tobacco and two shirt patterns from a car at tho depot. Ho was found guilty and tho Mayor fixed his bond at $200 for his appearance before the grand jury, which ho failed to give and Marshal Graham lodged him in jail for pafo keeping. V. &" Dr. J. M, Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, Office orer llichardnon's Hurduaiv CLOVERPORT. KY. nturc. v LVl jBrkckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1890. ' -. PERSONAL. '- Mi urday. urday. was Ir. town yesterday. L. D, Addison was in tho city Friday, lion, Tico Jolly was in town Saturday. Will Bowmcr will go to Oncnsboro soon JuJgo W. D. Holt was in the city Thursday. Miss May Ryan has returned from Louisville. C. W. Moorman went to Loulsvlllo yesterday. Milton Miller, of Sample, was iu town Sat- J. 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Spink, Atlanta, Qa., says : "One bottle of B. B. B. completely cured my child of eczema." W. A. Pepper, Fredonla, Ala., writes : "B. B. B. cured my mother of ulcerated soro II. It. II. (Ilotmilc ItCood tlalui). If you try this remedy you will say as many recuperate his health, as it has not been M. good for several weeks. Kentucky Bock Gas Co., have twice 117 St. Ann St., shut down the pumps thinking summer had come and gas would not be in deKY. OWENSBORO, mand, but each time a cold wave came up and pumpers still hold their places. i.odisvii.i.i:, icv. Mr. C. Weaver Parsons, engineer for Kentucky Bock Gas Co., is still in the -field. His family comtemplates camping at Long Branch this season. We will Jamm 15. Camp, gladly welcomo them to our little village. Daviki. Q' n.r, Solo Proprietor Jc Man. UubIeo.s Man. bank. The possession of one or more of lots in as desirable a location as Westview, a growing and prosperous city is tbe surest foundation of g wealth there is on the earth. to well known causes, and without any unsutil effort on your part, this foundation will increase in value year by year until you will be greatly surprised in know ing that you did the best possible thing with your money. Ioor. If you havo money to invest The good fanners are taking advantage come to this sale nnd buy a lot. of tlie beautiful weather we aie now havTerms cash, balance ing and pushing tlieir work to get their in 1, 2 it 3 years with 0 per cent crops in. interest. Mr. F. Ditto, sr., is down in a Fur plat itc., address fow days to spend some time to try and Ow-mone-fourth d R. J. BASSETT & BRO., DOORS, 9 and i ii a-KOOI iiur miliums maiibia .ip SA TISFA (J TIOjY ASS URED. 9 ft )115 a-- 1in i r vai mi i n i ii ESTIMATES furnished at low prices. SHIPMENTS made directly from Planing Mill to any point. R. CONWAY ggg WHEELERS. A word to the Wlieeler.s. :A.TJ3DITOK,ITJ2: Important Kiifruiccmuiit y You needn't consult anysup- body nor make any arrangements in regard to your plies. I am selling goods now lower than any living man Come to my store in Worth Knowing- Hi'uiiim' Toxic Tlie old time, reliable remedy for Fever and Ague. Imputa tion earned by Thirty years success. You can depend upon it. 1IAVK IT. lL-- Furewcll Joint Appearand) of 1, 2, 3, 'SO can sell them and always have. throat." Tiev It! Dnrn-oisr- s Wm, Miller, Hardlnsburg, was in town Saturday. - Michael Shearn, of Sklllman, was In town Edwin Eooth:- : Helena Modjeska. -- Hardinsburg and it will take me only a kxv minutes to convince you of the fact. Talk about 10 per cent. I don't ask any more on my goods and sell a great many articles for less. ?i Friday. saw , IT- te- f ' 1; V burg was on tho streets yesterday. Undo Gid was for many yenrs a picric of tho I'rlday. Breckonridgo county court when tho Miss Kllia Brashear rolurredihomo SaturI5Q0 to 400, alday, accompanied by her sister, Mm. J. T. county was Democratic by though ho was a rank and uncomproBHIIinun. Ho was a power as Miss Fanny Iirashc.ir spont Saturday and mising Itepublican. and Sunday with her parents ut ber homo a worker and fighter in a contest, but his near Preston. great strength lay elsewhere. Ho was Judge MoDcuth, Mosirs. David l'alrlclgh, known as "tho cleverest man in BreckonChapezo Wutben and Henry Mason came down Sundoy enroute to llardlnil.ur0-- . Mr, ridgo county." A gentleman who was formerly i deputy sheriff thoro told tho Mason went to Hawesville. Annlo Hambleton, after n visit of iev. Messenger yesterday that Mr. Jolly gava etui months with relativer here, left Sunday him at ono tiino $1,000 in tax receipts for ber homo at Sorghotowu, that ho had paid for Dick, Tom and HarMr. Jacob Payne, of Lodlbtirg, and an old ry and other members of tho largo family time subscriber of tho Nkws, was in town last1 of impecunious citizens. Somo of them week nnd renewed bis subscription. Mrs. T. B. Squires and Mrs. Frank Vf. were- several years pld, hut every ode of Daihani, of Sinking Creek, were In tho elty tho follows they wero agaiiMt would Saturday, the guesU of Mrs. H. D. Witt. . . for him. eotHo up every timo and vo (leorge Tobtn Weatherbolt, Esq , of ToWbt lite iky ended at hwt, .ltewwr, aul 16 port, came down yesterday te tell us tbt Ms foil back on a ioft ijob in Uhj revenue corn was net ready to plow yet, a ad be brought to verify Ws Mrvktt, .which lie mow liokk. Armstrong Taylor Joka twro Xtiwwinir. n imcmeni, vuHiiiiuon J&quirer, Miss Mary Holt, of Holt, bas returned from Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Uenncn were in tbe city last week. T. 0. Toutcy and Cbas. P. Suwjcr went to Holt Sunday. Miss Nellie Burks, of Holt, lias returned from Louisville. Dr. W. D. White spent Monday and Tuesday in the city. F. P. Payne went to Hardlnsburg last week. returning Friday. Judgo Milton Hoard, of Hardlnsburg, was in town Saturday Ken Wo then, of Irviugton, passed through the city yesterday. Mrs. S. II. Banister, of Hawesville, visited Mrs. A. Boyd last week. Miss Dora Brnshear returned to bcr home ut Home, Ind., last week. Misses Mary and Sarah Hamman, of Addison, spent Saturday In the city. W. W. Williams, of the Basin Spring Stock Form, was In tho city yesterday. Mrs. Capt. F. M. Kyan, of Louisville, is visiting relatives hero this week. Mrs. Dr. J. L, Long and son nro visiting her mother, Mrs. W. K. Minor, of Holt. Messrs. 1). F, Beard and 0. W. Beard, of Hardlnsburg, were In tbe city Saturday. Mrs. A. Y, Ford is visiting her father and mother, Dr, and Mm. J. K. Brown, this week, K. A. KIssnm left Monday for New York city, his former borne, on a visit of several weeks. Willis Q. Short and family loft for Union-tow- n Friday. He good into tho drug business thoro. Mr, Martin Frank and daughter, Miss Blanche, of Tobln'a Bottom, wcro in tbe city Scott Tindall Shoots West Baty at Pincheco. hoiiBO of Jacob Anderson, who At the lives in the borders of Pincheco, last Saturday, there occurred another disgraceful row in which ono man will probably loso his lifo. Ah UHtial, two of the noted toughs of tho neighborhood went to Joo Friel's grocery, filled themselves with bad whisky and then went to Anderson's house and made indecent proiosala to his wife. Anderson was not at home, but his wife's brother, Scott Tindall, was there and assumed tho authority of protecting his sister, nnd ordered the scoundrels to lease tho house. At this Baty got very much offended nnd sworo that he would not leave, but went out into tho front yard. Just as Tindall closed tho door Baty rushed in with a drawn ax in his right hand and nt tho pame tiino attempted to draw a pistol with his left. Tindall then stepped back to the mantle-piecpicked up n revolver nnd fired nt Baty, tho shot taking effect in his breast just under tho nipple. Baty is reported fatally fehot and tho doctors havo no hopes of his recovery. Tindall immediately loft for Hawesville and gave- himself up to the officers. His trial is set for todav. e, BEWLEYVILLE. When ho says that ho sells you nt $1.00 the brogan shoo that the Cash store sells at $1.00 ho is mistaken. Tho Cash kept it when it first opened nt Ooc, but as the independent Wheelers wanted a better articlo I quit keeping it. Now I havo it again at the samo old price. Tlie shoo the Cash sells at $1.20 you havn't got. If you sell 150 test coal oil at 10 in that you beat tho Cash and are liko tho monkey that you used to read alxmt in your Second Bender, beating yourself pretty Supported by a powerful Srainntio Company, under the direction of AHTIIUR B. C II ASK. Superb Scenery by I am tlie original low price man of this county. If you want goods bring along the cash or its equivalent, Erxf.st Auikut. ; produce. Booth and Modjeska. Those who will have the good fortune to attend tho coming Booth and Modjeska engagement nt the auditorium, Louisville, May 1, 2 and 3, will bo very grateful to Mr. Lawrence Barrett for tho happy conception of forming such a great combination with tho two great stars, Booth and Modjeska. There- is no living actor today who can compare to Mr. Booth, there is not ono so devoid of all mannerism, who has so entirely created tho parts, losing himself completely in tho diameter. Tho critics of Chicago unhesitatingly say that his performances thero wero tho greatest of his life ; tho fact was demonstrated in tho enormous receipts of the three weeks cngngementi being $72,503. This tour of Bootli and Mine. Modjeska has been a great success in every way. Mr. Booth has even sur passed himself, wero that possible, nnd Mine. Modjeska has more than exceeded all expectations. Louisville will bo the last city where they will appear together, probably tho last tiino Louisville will see Mr. Booth. No doubt tho Auditorium will havo a great audienco to witness this last grand Tho nppearonco in a great repertory. scenic productions will be on a grand scale. No ono who can attend should miss this great pleasure in store for them. Certainly this generation will never look upon tho liko of Mr. Bootli again, nnd to sea him now will be n most delightful memory to those fortunate ones who will attend tho engagement. Seats can bo secured at 230 Fourth avenue, nt D. II, Baldwin & Co.'s. rates on railroads. Be-duc- ICcpcrlolrc Tburday, May let Friday, Miiy 2d Ulcbelieu. Macbeth. Sat. Matinee, May yd Hamlet. Saturday Night, May 3d..Mercbant of Venice J. A. WITT, Hardinsburg, Ky. Scuta of General Admliiion $5, $8, $10, for tho ieaaon, according to loca- Price. tion. One Dollar. Our TJnclo Gid. "Your Undo Gid" Jolly of Hardins- alg 0m To Wed May 13th. It is reliably given out that Mr. Clios. B. Sklllman, of Clovcrport, and Miss Sallio Young, of Morganfield, will bo Miss mnrrk'd on tho 13th of May. Young is tho daughter of Mr. 'Thus'. 11. Young, who is ow of the leading as well a tho most prowwroiw business lils'n in Union county. Wve comes from one of tlie iK'st timilka in the State Mr. Skill-ma- n its engaged in tho linking uiitcsH at CtovsrpoH and in a young man of many business qnaHfieatkxw). Owensboro Inquirer. badly. This is certainly bad Wlieelerism as it will result in bankruptcy and general demoralization to tho trade. You may however work it as thoy do over hero at Sharptack. Find that your customer knows tho prico of somo small article at tho Cash, a ono and a half gal. tin Bucket for instance, sell it to him at a loss of 2 or 3c and then catch it back on a pair of fino shoes nt $2.25, that the Cash sells at $1.85 or a biiit of clothing at $12.50 that the Cash sells at$10. This way of doing tho Cash tries to avoid, but sells every thing at. tho lowest possiblo cash rate, regardless of what others aro doing Send and get my prices gentlemen and cut under a cent or so, in this way you may catch tho trado and win tho battle, but liko tho poor monkey, when you como to count tho cost and seo that your treasure is all exhausted, think the victory dearly won. When you cut below tho Cash' store rates you are getting hurt, and in place of rejoicing it ought to excite in tho breast of every goal "Wheeler n feeling of regret. Tlie Cash man is running tho business at tho lowest possiblo rate, and when ho sees that others can buy for less or in any that is straight sell nt closer prices ho will immediately hang his harp on tho willow nnd surrender tho field. Season sale begins. April lit nt D. II. Baldwin Sc CVi Singlo aab begint, April 15th at No. 23S 4th Avenue. For information and orders fur teats address JAMES B. CAMP, Business Manager, P. 0. Box 63, Louisville, Ky. EQ.lleduccd Rates on Railroads. SPECIAL Boston Symphony Orchestra, 60 Performers, May Btb. IRYINGTON, KY. DEALERS IN Field Seeds, Fiiiim Implements, THE YOUNG STALLION GROCERIES, SADDLERY, HARDWARE, ! Happy Thought lbi STOVES and TINWARE, BOOTS and SHOES. We make a specialty of Seeds and Farming Implements. Call and get our prices before buying as we arc sure we can save you money on what you buy. Wc also keep in connection with our store a lirst-cla- ss Hotel and Livery Stablo and oiler special inducements to Commercial men. McGLOTJILAN BROS., Will inuko tbo season of 1899 at my stnble, Unit. lvv.. nn Ihn fnllnwtnr (Anns . 19 ilnlltir to Insure mare In foul, tbo uinnty duo when- -' ever tho uot Is ncccrtulnoJ or tlio mare parted with. bands high, three Happy Thought Is years old this spring, color a rich mahoeany bay, long flowing main and tall, mugniflcent style and action. PEDIGREE. Iluppy Thought sired by Happy Cro?s,heby Garrard Chief (2233 nnd he by Mambrino Chief, 1st dam Pinkie by Kentucky Drennon, 2d dam Cera Allison by Lee Paul. Kentucky Drennon by Old Drennon, 1st dum by Old Gray Esgle, 2d dam by Dlomedo. Lee Paul byLexIngton and he by Boston, lit dam Anna O. by Imp, Glenco, 2d dum by Waggoner, It will be seen that Happy Thought Is a fine saddler. THE JACK WONDER. Will moke the season at the same stablo at 110 to losurc a mare In foal, money due when the fact Is ascertained or mare parted with. Jrvinglon, Ky. A Sure Hog Cholera Preventive. J. E. Hogr Oliolera. ' S PreveiVEry-has-bee- s e J. G. STEPHENS, HOLT, KY. When Baby was tick, we. Cwforin. When she was a Child, she crled.f or Cwtorla. When she became Ml, tho clung to CostorU. cto hr Hogs! Hogs! Hogs! Whea tbe had CbHdrea, bo gaTO them Castorla. Eight fine English Berkshire Pigs Sow from Imported stock, Tbe Pigs by Imported He cost W. T. Miller. Kubl.r No. 22,853. Bowling Green, Ky., $700. These fine Pigs Hill be sold ai roaionable prices, Jersey Heifer in calf. Jersey Con Fresh May 1st, nt fair prices. Db. J. , Bbowx, Cloverport, Ky, Will prevent the'raVa f CM era on any farm stockM4, ( sshii MHuf' cases will cure Cholera, ftHtauggjpp I'Smki. us will not Insure It to do ). jftf It tried and Utgyfcy tosttd by many of tkc bt t iputt? In Brrcuenrldge asd,,HNt .., ties and has mvw -- . lu' are the names of some or our farmers who have tested its merits t John Mndor, Isaiah junm Big Springs i Bob English, Dr. O. Z AudCeelllan j Cbm Hartamy, BaiayvitWA Expoilenco teaches us that Hog Cholera csbbo) b la rim', an iki. u merely a preventive which, If given affording to iHmtkM, vm wHMt to TmenT tfe bttitk ftsjMiis It Is put up In saoks at 12 cent t pmwl. Twrty. H tabtf lliiiil iwMfmm ill m lis) liij .v, ,,. tr4 apt Ofam--rt nh WM AOKNT3 Beard & EUr, KwdteHH Manufacture'! by c. , 6. W, B&i, t Jt J. E. MOORMAN, Owentbpro, J, !. ftaP frs ' J "WW a u O c O" j t i TrffBttKBBnifrSy18"' '"""May T?Pip'H(BWJ! ., ,v.a . y ,. 4t - '.Wrr -f IMNtlWlW-,sT " l m&mmmmmm vsA'WftM the closing ball and banquet will be accorded The tableaux vlvnnU aro to' bo oil n scale worthy tho theme, the timo and the city. Medlrrval chronicles have been ransacked for the purpose of securing absolute accuracy in tbematteiRof costuming, scenery and In the exhibition of women's i work the choicest gems that Europe can are to bo Included. Altogether it will bo a great mid notable event, but if, in the mysterious beyond, it Is permitted to retain some measure of earthly feeling, tho united spirits of Dante and Beatrice must look down iqiou tlio fair valloy and fairer town with something of cynicism and reproach. There, ns of yore, towers tho Campanile, and humbly near Its base still spreads tho fiat gravcslouo ou which the great poet rested in the time now so gray and old und gone to watch tho woman ho loved sweep by with her attendants toward thb cathedral door. There laughs the Arno in Its eternal youth of strength mid power, and there swarm the pcoplo gay and laughing and lnietiioiis as were their far off ancestors, who at tho dusk hailed Dante friend and nt thu dawn thrust him from the gute. Viewing thus tho panorama of tho present, nnd recalling tho record of the centmles since they lived and loved and suffered, tho Immortal dead can afford to pass all things by with a smllo tolerant yet protesting, for their fnto was only that of all who rendered Florence illustrious living sho persecuted them, In tho gravo sho honored them as little less than gods. FitEn C. Dayto.v. fur-nid- 'WSF-vrnpjj- i "w m - ttc ,, I,, ordeemel The most worthy, floral crowns nnd tho honor of Urt choosing partners for Tl Breckenridge News. BURAS. If your readers do not object to rending nuomutotinl letter (l'anlrui plw, we dlile't menu a un tlitn) fmm Hums we'd like to say: Tlmt tornado talk lias mibsided. That our town is nlniont iluoiulatt.Ml. That Meyer will wwm nliuiM both store mitt dudlinj;. That last week's fine weallier found none of our farmers idle. That we hear that Uncle Xnnh wants to sell hi farm. That the IIiuxkkxiiiikik Xi:wn in the hest county paper known to us. That Mix. Susan Alexander, who has had the grip, is a great ileal better. That Joel Pile has a pair of magnificent hurniidcM, iK'rceivnble n rod away. That Messrs. Tom and Dick Davis are repairing M. .Meyer's damaged Mablcs. That the annual advent of ntrn hats and bart'-foo- t lmys is now full upon us. That Lee Meyer is for tlio present living with his father-in-laJohn Alexander. That we have a hand in that drawing and expect Jiotb hands full when it is over. That Mr. IVii McCoy and family, of Antioch neighborhood, spent Sunday at Samuel Tucker's. That heiringa fortune is more profitable than airing a slandei, yet 'lis not half so often done. That Mr. Tucker, out enterprising b'acksmith, occupies the onh inhabitable dwelling in the place. It sounds a little paradoxical to call them "waixted opportunities" when they were successfully "embraced " That fifty-fiv- e successie Sundas with the same girl are surely enough to sjn-afor themselves, yet Finley goes on. That the two charming daughters of Win. Matthews, of West View, spent Sunday at tbeii grandma's, the widow lira-she- WEBSTER. A FEARFUL CUTTING BEWLEYVILLE. SORArE. M. P. Payne lost a line mare and colt last week. James U. McCoy wishes to buy an off ov, six years old, brisk walker, and is a good saddle horse, to ride lo see his girl who lives near Rosetta. S. I'. Drury carried a lino lot of hogs to the city from near this place. Mrs. D. C. Moreinon, children and niece, Miss Maggie Moivmen, of Rock- vale, are visiting friends nml relatives in this vicinity. Miss M. Blanche Jolly will, in a short time, make a visit to Sample. We don't know whether her stay will bo short or . "' " "' o WIMlim !!! ' W W .1 M THE JUBILEE OF LOVE. A NOVEL CELEBRATION TO BEGIN MAY 1 AT THE CITY OF FLORENCE. "Clel" Robertson Drives a Knife Six Times Into Bill Howard. What is v U' ' ar -- Davis. That flint Tucker, (iilberl Pile and Clarence 1 lamed, of Prof. Shacklett's school, spent Sat unlay and Sunday at home. That the weekly visits of one of our young men to FnimYu neighborhood do not mean a weakly regard for a certain brunette down there. That M. Meyer has moved to the (ieo. Xeir house in Duncan's Valley. Kobt. M(iutlin is with him and the are carrying on business in their teiiiomrv quarter just across fiom the old stand. As sure as a bain must go tlnoii'li a teething period, just so sine must he w ho is between boyhood and go through a eriod of "first low." Don't be frightened, Oscar, you'll liw owr it and will feel ipiitcdiflercnt when iris all over. That the singing birds, the spring-lik- e days, the creeping grass, the carh (lowers and the bursting buds all remind us of life, when hope, health and vigor weie ours. We almost feel young again with bright prospects to buoy us up and onward. We get up, we go onward- - to the glass, which plows a disillusion. A few patches of gray, and a larger one covered with pure nothingness tell to plainly of wars gone A few wrinklessiiy that we haw advanced fai into bachelorhood Ifegrets fill our mind -r- egrets that Fate e'er marked foi uh the bachelor's path. Hut such it is, and the inevitably should be uiigrumb- lingly obeyed, so without ..i . . .. .. i " seme iduck inio nil old ways, tr to squeeze out of life as much that's agreeable as we can, read the Hiikikkmiiik.i. Xi:ws, draw one of the grand prizes and be happ. young-manhood life-yout- hful I Imvn often heard jalil that In this neighborhood every thing ran in tlio eamu However old groove from year to year. the monotony was broken last Friday, when "Clel" Ilobcrtson drove a knifo into lx times, breaking off the Bill Howard blade the last time ho cut him and then kept pounding him with tlio handle. There was no reason why these men should fight had not some unscrupulous persons kept carrying news back and forth to try to raise a difficulty. Itoberlson was at work for Squiro Dyo permanent. Mr. Ezra Dowell, of Garfield, was in between whom and the Howard's bad town Wednesday. blood bad existed for some time. On Sunday April fitb, John Howard was Mr. John Knsey, of High Plains, was crossing the farm of Dye, when he was met in town last week. by Dye, his son Walter, Robertson and We are very sorry to notice that the Marshall Beard. John says that the old Thorn bill has been laid to rest. If it Squire and Robertson were very abusive. should be passed, it would save to the Robertson threatening to clean up the tobacco growers a largo sum of money whole Howard gang and the sequel shows each year, Wo think it would be a good On Friday how near he came doing it. move for the Wheelers of this county to morning Robertson went up to Clifton send a petition to Senator Wortham nsk-in- g Mills, and there learned that Bill Howard him to use his influence in behalf of was working tne roaa at ono piaco onu the Thome bill. Indeed, it would bo RobertEd Howard his father at another better than to try to reduce the tariff son then came to this place, filled his hide while Mr. Harrison is in the White and boarded the train with "bust-beaHomo. f jr Lodiburg. Here be got off as it was on II. W. Cnin will bring suit against this road that Bill Howard was at woik. Allen Anderson soon. Mr. Cain claims Overtaking the hands he soon made his have washed Mr. Anderbusiness known and the resnlt was as that the rains son's farm down on top of his, and he stated above. his farm so He then .started for the other road where wants Mr Anderson to move in his own land. He had to pats he can plant corn old man Howard Wjb. Born, to the wife of II. J. Snyder, Apr. through Clifton Mills and as he did so, be 8th, a boy. Horace feels like a man of told what be had done and that he was going to wind up the festival by doing up the years to have three lioys at 27 years. W. W. Williams and Ed Bennett, of Hut the old gentleman deceived old man Irviugton, were in town Wednesday. him when be began the racket by giving W. J. Piggott returned from Louisville him a rap on the neck with a hoe as a reminder thut cutting one man io pieces in Thursday. James Pointer bought of W. J. Piggott a day was enough. Robertson came with his pistol and it had to be taken from bim a pair of nice black mules. by bystanders as in the first case, to keep "Nip your cough fn the bud" by tak- from killing some one outright. ing ' t . I. c. leitain i ougu v lire, a Robertson was arrested by our fellow pleasant and elfectual remedv. Sold by townsman John Coleman, the night after d. W. Short. the cutting. The above is given as reTHE TELEGRAPH OF TODAY. ceived from witness, interested parties and persons who had talked with them. The ltecrnl I'unt hemline Timriiiiiiient mid the Oilier to Fulloir. Telegraphy Ii a diirercut thing today from Look After the Little Ones. what it na a. little inoru than fifty years ugo w hen l'rofi'vor Morse flushed tluit first mesS. S. S. is the remedy for children besage over thu wires "What hath God cause it is a simple wgetablc coniound, wrought;" Tlio expert of half a century prepared from the roots gathered fiom buck would find the "plug" of the In fact, fur Ins timer the forests, and contains no mineral at hardly siqierior. fit home the oldmodernwouldIs) mole teloin n all nor any poison of any kind. It cures b eliminating the impuiities of the d" pro-sen- t It Couiuutmorate Ilia Uiiliniy of llunte mid llcutrlrr, unil Wilt 1! Iteptctu wllli IVuliiren uf mi I'.xtrttuioly Iiitnrrsllni: Character. Will CASTQRIAI Ctistoria Is Dr. Garni Plfolior1. old, iinnnlcsa and qnlob onrofor IgjVitanilJ Children's Complaints. Snporlor to Cnstor Oil, Pnrcgorio or Nnrcotlo Syrups. ' Children ory fox1 Cnmtorln. Millions of Mothers bloss Castorla. Castorla for children' complaints, as superior to any prescription sfllcrnd hanlMitf btixrv ntart nf1a ltiwutUti a Known to me." 11. A. AnciiEn, ni. v.. Without liarcotio stujefalon. m So. Oxford St., Drooklyn, N.Y The CsNTAi a Comfaxy, 77 Murray St., New York. J ? i "May God take mo to himself, after I have of Beatrice such things as wero never iet written of woman." Six ccuturlui aga tills year D.iuto uttered that patwlonato cry of love and nn?uisli, Ho was then at tlio Ijoiiiulng of his womlerful writu-- Castorla cures Colic, Constipation ; Hour Stomach, Dlarrhcoa, Eructation ' I recommend ti VWSVreTWTlVLSlWlVglVE ODBBMCKEB, GILM0RE & CO.. Wholesale Grocer: 319 (SB 'Z',' v DANTK. career, In the flower of his young manhood, a noblo of Florence, tho author of "Vita Nuova," tho favorite of tho people. Yet all seemed dust and ashes, and ho asked for death death that should follow quickly upon tho completion of tho last task that devotion and genius could perform in honor of tho hopeless loved on 3 untimely called from earth. Beatrlco was dead. In that brief sentence is souudod the key note of tho great Florentine's anguish and ombltlou. Iljatrico Portinarl had liccn tho lovaof his youth and tho star of his adoration during manhood's earlier cars. She was a star indeed to tho gifted Italian, for ho worshiped her afar, and sho becamd tho wifo of another. This ho could endure, hut In tho sudden announcement of her demise lay torture. No more might tho gallant but respectful admirer vlow from a distance, tho queenly form of bis Ideal woman as sho sought tho solace of priestly counsel In tho vast and superb cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, or strayed In meditative mood along the wooded banks of tlio broad and placid et solace came with sorrow. BeAruo. fore his distracted mental gaze there rose tho vision, whito and puro and beautiful, of her to whom ho had rendered homage. Freed from earthly dro-- and human weakness, she seemed to lieckou her lover to tho lofty heights of endeavor nud endurance, ami from that vision rose the aspiration so gloriously to bo fuls Louisville, St. Louis ( Texas 321 T77". ll,R, Co, LOUISVILLE, KY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS. aain. St., ?Zsz&A' TIME SCHEDULE, Taking Effect M usro. 12. At 5;00 o'clcl: A. Snngay, Feb. 23. 1890. Jfl Douml i!L AND Train, filled. Dauto did write of Beatrice "such things as were never yet written of woman." Tho pur- - vtIL AND STATIONS. KXFWtSS. 8.00am Lv...UnlonDonot,Loulv,e..Ar. 1.20m Kentucky Street 8'5 1.05.. Alms House , Pleasure Ridgo Park Valley Meadow I.avrn ltlver View 5 0ft West 1'olnt 12 25 .. 32 12 02 .. Rock Ilaveu '41 Long Branch iI.62a'ii Brandenburg ll.JH .. Bkron 11.31 .. in.13 Guston 11.20 Irvlagton 11.00 .. 10.M) .. Wolater 10.47 Lodiburg 10.47 .. 10.67 Pierce 10.37 .. 11.03 r...Saraple 10.30 . II 13 Stephensport 10.19 .. -z 10.10 .. Holt U.38 Clovcrport., 9.54 .. Skillmiin ... 9.39 .. H.5iv 12.08pm 9 23.. Haweivillc.. 12.23 9.C9 .. Falcon 12 31 Lewlsport... 8.50 .. KXFBK.S. JO-010-32 i- . E,t Ilound Traw, inumnafOLis, ind. ML&Or. OO., Price, $18.00 at Factory. Cash with Order, No. 71 "S33 )1I Warranted, uicKory. Strictly First-Clos- aii Htecl Axles ami Tiros. urouui CiiWE!? rattj Y iv J &i x sy J I)v llcnt Peat Arms. Perfectly Balanced. Lonff, Tiisy Hiding, Oil Tempered Snrlne. Best Wheels and Best All Over. IF YOU CAN'T 'FIND THEM FOR SALE BY YOUR MERCHAHTB, WRITE US. PIPES & DeEAVEET, blood, thus assisting natuie If there is or has been am coiisump-iu should give youi your familv, children s. !. It will genth stimulate the action of the lungs, and enable nature to pioperly dewlop the child. If there is scrofula, you should not fail to give S. .S S. It is the onh remedv which has owr cured this disease' For boils, pimples, blotches, etc., on children S S S. issupeiior to all other medicines. It nets gentlv , it forces out the impurities and builds up the child from the first u 12.52 1.05 1.15 .. Arr 1.39 1.49 2.07 2 10 2 Powers General Commission Merchants 323 Second St., Louisville, Ky. Solicit consignments of all kinds of Country Produce fiom tner chants and farmers. pEp""Dnily market quotatons furnished on application. Correspondence solicited. 30rurr Pates Owensboro... Stanley.... Worthingtoa Spottsvllle Baskctts Henderson 8.30 .. 8.2.1 .. I.ve 8 Ham 7.15.. 7.34 .. 7.11 .. 7.05 .. I.ve C.50au MmMiNMHniKzsciraicft ' ' ITr" XjfcKMj iBiiii'ii OLD AND NKW TIMK IN8TIIUJIKNT8. The upper smaller flsurcs represent the present Ley and sounder, the large figure the old Morse lecelver. dose. graph nflleothnii would n taker of daguei in a photograph gallery. Methods, reo-tyx-- 's sys- We will mail a treatise on Hlood and skin Diseases to all who will send their address to us Mwir i'i-- i ii ic Co , Atlanta, da. Action of the Presbytery of Louisville in the Matter of Revision of the Standards of the Church. The (ieneral Assembh of the Presbyterian Church owrtured the Presbyteries the following questions: isi io win Mesne a revision oi me Confession of Faith " I'd If so. in what respect and to what extent. Preshvtcrv answered the first question in the affirmative The second question was answered as follows' 1st We desire revision onh so far as it shall relieve the Confession of ambiguous and misleading statements, and so far as it shall tend to a clearer, st longer and more consistent expression of the Calvam'stic system of doctrine which it contains I'd Were we to specify, we would mention at least three particulars: a. such a restatement of the third chapter as shall more fully express the love of (iod for nil mankind. . Such a modification of ehapt. X, sec. .", as shall make it express the belief of the church in regard to the Salvation of Infants. c The omission of .ill such polemic statements in regard to the Roman Catholic church and the Pope of Koine as are found in chap! XXII, sec. 7; and in chupt. XXIV, sec. :!, and chnpt. XXV, sec. (I. '' fault-tiudin- g Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known ami hi pnpulai as to need no special mention. All who haw used Flediic Hitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Mectnc Hitters will cure all diseases of the l.iver and Kidnejs, will remove Pimples, Boils, ssjilt liheiim and other affections caused by impure Mood Will driw .Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all .Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Hitters. -Kntire satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Price SO cts. and Sl.(H) per bottle at (J. W. Short's, Clowrport, Ky., and. I. A. Witt's, Mardinshiirg, Ky. tems, loutiiie all havo changed nmrvelously in fifty jours. Vhut the next half century of progress w ill do for telegraphy no one can tell. It may relegate it to the pigeon hole for buck number inventions, or it may simplify the art so that uuv child lio can read and urite may send his own iiiessuges to the most distant climes, lint, at tlio moment, just after the close of the Now Yoi k city fnst sending tournament, nml with other contents arranged for early dates nt New Orleans and in Canada, ono not mi oxjiert is slightly puzzled to surmise along n lint lines further improvement can be mnde. The Jfen Yoik tournoy displayed in use the finest uppliunees of tlio day, with the best g men nml women operators of the eust the Instruments. Tlio dush and exactness with which they rattled on tlio test messages was equaled only by the accuracy and legibility with which Mr. Taltavall, the lecclver, "took" tliein. Both the senders and receiver mado records which it will bo the honorable ambition of those who cngago in the future contests elsewhere to equal, and, if possible, surpass. Ilm they w ill have to do phenomenal work if they get ahead of tho record mnde by tho first prize man, B. B. Pollock, Jr., of Hartford, Conn. Of his second und winning trial a spectator wiote: "He nodded to tlio tinier, und bis hand begun to flutter liko tho wing of a fly. Its motion was so rapid that its outlines became indistinct. Tiny blue sparks flow from the jxiint of contact lietvvecu tho key and tho circuit. Thu ruttle of tho sounders became almost as one unbroken sound. Tho city operators watched the countryman's quivering baud with envy. Tho audience burst Into cheers when tho judges announced that Pollock had sent -- CO words In five minutes." maulp-ulutin- 11KATIUCE. poo abode with him through decades of exile, of persecution, of wanderings, unJ from the glorious pinnacle of achievement ho was enabled to look down upon a world that hailed him master of lovo'4 loftiest imagery nnd language. Yet toward the end ho wore tho scars of conflict, and of him in his, old age it is sung: , No dream Ids life wn.?, but a Ail it; Could any Ueatrico see A lover In that ntieboi itu? To that cold Ghlhelltio'B gloomy sUht Who could havo guessed the llous came Of beauty, veiled with heavenly light, tu itself. It was indeed a happy thought lo print an entire njvel in each number. Not a short novelette, but a long story such as you nre used to git in book form ami pa from one doll ir to one dollar and a halffor. Not only thjt, but with each number j on ge an abundince of other contributions, which g ve you a food n igatine besides the novel. The ringing blows which have been struct vi tliegatewiy of popular favor, have resound,, throughout the entire land, and to day I ipp n cotl's Magitine stinds tn the front ram , monthly publications, and is the most width tlitJ of public ition of its tit din t world. For full dtscriptivt circulars, add, ti m wazine, Phiiadtip $3 oo per year. 25 cts, singlt numb, r The publisher of this paper will recen e .1 rtad-and-l magazine, with u, t ti'i'is'corr.s illtiit - varied and exi it a library contents, uri'ixcorrs . subscription. Jm vEVaJisVille, Ind. la circles of eternal llamof BABBAGE'S Bargain-:-Column!! A banished man, without a country, Dante died In lU.'l at Havemia, and on the monument nbovo his gravo was placed an inscription written by himself: The rights of Monarchy, tho Heavens, the stream of Fire, the Pit, In vision seen, I sang as far as to tbeTates seemed fit; Hut since, my eouI, an alien here, hath (Iowa to nobler wars, And. happier now, hath gone to seek its Maker 'mid tho stars, Hero am I, Daute, shut, exiled from the snccstral vhore, Whom Florence, tho of all least loving mother, bore. H.W.HERND0N&C0., Produce & (jen'ral Commit No. 144 Third St., For Spot Cash Only. Now, precisely six centuries after tho culmination of Dante's private woes and the beginning of his public greatness, the city of his birth, that cast blm out when ulive, and vainly bogged his ashes through the yean Doz. lead pencils for 5 cts. Quires Note papc; for 25 cts. Set Goblets for 25 cts. A good white slnit unlaundrcd 1 5 1 for 39 cts. -- Louisville, Ky mm IRVINGTON. We were pleased ,,. ? -- 'T ' genial friend, llenn midst today. Miss I.illie Midlothian is visiting in llnrdinshurg. Mrs. Bate Washington is expecting her mother nml brother on a visit soon. Her mother will make quite an extended visit. Mrs. W. W. Williams, who has been visiting in I.ouisvillc for some time, will le-- t it i ii today. We were pleased to note various in Irviugton after an absence of some time. Among them, the handsome new residonco of Mr. IJaygoisl, the neat cottago of Mr. Henry, The resr denco of Dr. Winter, as well in that of Mr. Deppc, is rapidly Hearing completion, and various other improvements. Mr. Boyd is still here working out plans for his mill. We are pleased to welcome such n.e.i into our midst. Quito n large crowd met at the church in Irviugton on Sunday and organized a Sabbath-schoo- l. Mr. Ikite Ilerndou was elected superintendent, with Mr. Boyd ns nssibtant and It. M. Jolly secretary. All were very much enthused over it, niiil the prospect for a largo nml nourishing school is quite flattering. A movement is on foot to secure an organ, which will of rotirso add greatly to the, inte'rest ( '' the school. A site has been selected for tlio now Baptist church, which will won be under he (1 way and pushed rapidly to comple- to see our old(V), Washington, in our for iS cents. Glass Pickle Dishes t; cents. Two Noted Women nt Odd. THE CAMPANILE. Glass Molasses Stands 50, 30 anp Now It Is said that Mrs. Kendal, tho EngGENTLEMEN. succeeding from llaveana, is engaged in prelish actress, und Aileliua Pattl, tho opera paring for a novel commemoration of her 40 cents, very cheap. Is Consumption Incurable?; ' l'lno Calf, Heavy Laced drain nnd Creed, Glass Preserve Stands 15, 25 and moor Waterproof. linger, aro on bad terms. At any rato they great jioet's unfortunate attachment. ModIle.t In tli irorlrt, Tmmlno Ills Read the following: Mr. C. II. Mornro using harsh talk about each other while ern times have seen nothing like the comlug 30 cents, a bargain. 3.0I) 1I;n1IINK HnOE. I W1CI.T HIIOK. M4.00 ris, Xewark, Ark., says: "Was down In America, as witness tho following: Says celebration. Wall Paper and Border to cover N.'l.ail I'OI.ICIJ AMI FAKMItltH' S1IOK. KXTKA VAI.IIK !AI.r HIIOK. It is called a lovo jubilee, and will be mi a inudium sized room, only 1.00. with abscess of lungs, and friends and I'tittl; "Mrs. Kendal makos n trado mark of H'J.XS .t a WOKKINOMKN'H SHOWS. her goodness, and is singularly without wo- animated pago from tho chronicles of Boc.0() nnd 81.70 UOVfS' SCHOOL SHOES. Collars only 10 cts. physicians pronounced me an Incurablo manly charity." Iloplles tho latter; "I wish Gent's Linen Ail iniuo ia uongretn, imuui- uu .cr. caccio nnd the bright legends of tho troubaConsumptive. Began taking Dr. King's that it was in tho ower of Mine. Pattl to dours. Linen Cuffs per pair 15 cts. Decorated Parlor Lamps for $2.00 New Discovery for Consumption, am now ninko a trado murk of her goodness. What Imagine the glad City of Flowers, divided 81.70 SHOIJ FOR StlSSE.S. bos Mine. Mmc. B worth $3.00. on my third bottle, and able to oversee el got to Pattl ormy being nooks or any ono I.y the Aruo and shadowed by the ApenIle.t Afnterlul. llil filylo. Ilgt PUtlnff, do with a good woman!" nines, given over to tho joyous abandon of W. I.. Uouglas, Urocltton, Mass. Sold 7 Turkish prunes only 5 cents a tlio vvoikon my farm. It is the finest Presbvtery also adopted the following resoliiiiou . The thanks of Presbytery are hereby tendered to the good people of Clover-l)r- t for their hospitality; to the 1.., St. I., fi T. railway for favors granted, to the Baptist Church mid M. I). Church South, and the colored M. K. Church South for their fraternal couitesv. How n lawyer Cleared IIU Client. The recent death nt San Diego, Cul., of Col. John Van Annan, a noted criminal lawyer of Chicago, brings to mind a sensational scene In a court room of which he was tho central figure some years ago. A prisoner lio defended was charged with killing several people by means of poisoned biscuits. Some of tho biscuits and cakes supposed to contain deadly Ingredients mere offered by the state in evidence after expert wituesses had sworn that they contained jiolson. During Mr. Van Annan's speech to the jury on behalf of Ids client, to demonstrate as practically as possible tho truth of his assertion that the food was harmless, ho picked up and devoured threo or four of the biscuits. The audience looked on In horror, but tho lawyer kept talking, and when ho sat down an hour later seemed ns well as beforo ho made his novel luncheon. Tho prisoner was acquitted. Gent's Undershirts for 39 cents Tnlco no shoe unless worth 50 cts. "V, Uouclim' Wash Bowels and Pitchers, best CADTI0N ilpulor1.. nimiikt nnmoand lirlco nro sininped onyou. the tin, Stone China lor 85 cts. worth $1 00 bottom. ir to factory, cnUonlncsniiulv sena direct udertucd Stone China Vegetable Dishes yrKo several shapes worth 15 20 30 40 I I J :n":e"w will sell for 12 15 20 30 Glass Lamps complete for 20, 25, 30, t cents. bet Glass Tumblers for 15 cts. Gold band Cream Pitchers only 20 cents. 1 wii A Lk23 BJ!G?; E1EEB Plain Stone China Cream Pitch12 ers cts. rt kfl :4 y Large size Stone China Pitcher 39 cts. worth 50 cts. Two-quagold band pitchers only .K cents. Glass Fruit Saucers Halt-doze- n nttH. ax ica I uf' L. DOUGLAS HANl)-hi:WHll $3 SHUC HAND-SLiWtt- PAPERS FOR THE ! SPRING TRADE JUST RECEIVED AT I - $3&$2SHOESLAfbl8. medicine over liinde." Jesse Middlewnrt. Decatur, Ohio, says: "Had it notidjecii for Dr. King's Xew Discovery.for Consumption I would have diC'd of Lung Troubles. Was given up by doctors- - Am now in liest of health." Try it. Sample bottles free at (J. W. Short's, G'loverjiort, Ky.,aiid J. A. Witt's, Hanlinsburg, Ky. TJioro aro many Cough Remedies, camera clubs of tho kingdom aro engaged in making photographic surveys of their districts. Succeeding generations, therefore, will be able to tee what England looked like in the Nineteenth century. The Idea docs not seem a bod one for adoption in America. Tho recent labor conference at Ilerllu had among its attendant ono day tho of Germany, The aged utotcunaii had no sympathy with the affair, but visited tho meeting simply as a matter of duty. His actions were characteristic. lie ontorod abruptly, gruffly said, PI Bin BUmurck," looked on awhllo and theu retired to soma more place. con-geni- Succrttlon to Camera Clubs. In England amateur photography is being put to a novel but excellent use. Tho various A hut only one "Certain Cough Cure." Seo that the trade mark "C. C. C." is on the wrapier and blown in tlio bottle. Sold by O. W. Short. tion. the tucmcii.; iter stately dames and dark eyed maidens in the costumes of tho days of tho Medici, escorted by gallants In trunk hoso with dagger In licit and sword utsiJejacourt of lovo sitting nt tho Politeama; nightly tableaux vivnuts reproducing tho principal scones of tlio ''Vita Nuova," amUn tho Ufllzl palace an exhibition of the great works of the world's greatest women. It may Indeod' be called "a grand demonstration In honor of tho tender passion." Tho "court of lovo" will la modeled on the plan which obtained when good King Ilene reigned In Provence and tho troubadours flourished beneath his gentle rule. Ladies, noted for both beauty and intellect, will sit In judgment ou tho literary productions of thoso who record in proso or verso their praises of honorable affection lovo, friendship and chivalry. To those whofa offorU BABBAGE' OLOVERPORT,KY. U' pound, 3 Pounds dried peas for 10 cts. 16 Pounds New Orleans sugar for $1.00. Bowmer & Hambleton. whins cams on aWl v- -t one ortiie Try our hams, the finest in the market. A. splendid mixed tea for 50 cts. a pound. Nkws, The IliiKCKRNitiDGK and a Weekly Couricr-Journticket in our Grand Gift Distribuul tbtebmt Allrulmlgdoln return U lo ihotv our rood lo thot wliOtall your ttlrbbrt you. atfpa. Ttift followtna; f tbU a4rfrtltrmn hvr tb imill and of th tela cat tm tba appaanuca oflt rtducad to TtDoInr autquiiifd, nJ to Imroduct our ill wndFVtK lujKtior rxd touXK Htlinj( Intscti IoUlr, tbot Uul tlioit miO writ foul at onetcAn mk iurt of and tbot round Tnt b I I IPjUBa e.civ l III.nOur r.rlltl.r. thv tpnfii A r tion, for $2.00. ' F1NESH DW GASESa TERRY M'F'Q CO.NASHVlUf WtHH. ii j-a- v: c set. Try our blended ten. ...Only 50c. . of It balk llUarraDdl.doublaalittflasflA!thr-rper pound. KODt.atUrftat U taa ia carry WavHUIwabowfoulioirrou d HI !!, all aiprtta b&rf GlassTumblers only 15 cts. per tiumiki from betterlo writ at Onrf a Wr payfrom Iba itirt.wdti, nt aiparlmea I ior caiaioctie. wjwh.ii iullettcVm hb7i,oiitujiiMjiw a c it '