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It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it 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 and your money will be refunded. 5o-centwo-third- s X For sain by G. W. Short. CJovernort. Ky. stop rocn cough mm If tho postmaster nt Wingiieki ima not been anlcnf and gruff old man, who had no curiosity loft in his wilted soul, ho could not liavo failed to wondcrnt Sully's persistent haunting-otlio"storo" where Ilia pigeon holea wero fixedi nnd Sally'8 ingenuity was taxed for a week to find daily pretexts for her Btroll toward tho few clustered houses that wero tho nucleus of tho village; but at last sho was rewarded. If Joo hud been delayed by n sudden journey on business at tho ex- ) press orders of his foreman, tho letter was at least worth waiting for; it was short, strong and earnest a truo man's letter! and not tho less precious to Sally that sho felt a sort of prido in it. Dut if her joy hud come, so camo tho trouble, hand in hand. As sho walked along tho green path homeward, tho littlo whito sun bonnet shading her face, utterly absorbed in reading and rereading tho blessed cpistlo, not having tho prudenco or worldly wisdom to liido it in her pocket and read it at soma other and inoro fit time, sho felt a hand laid on her shoulder, and thero was her father. Goodne&sJ how sho colored! ''Wlmtyo got there, so all fired inter-cstln- ', Sally? Jerushy ben on yo somo inorc?" "Ho, father." up for so, "What bo you jest like our old turkey? 'Tain't nono o' them Wcstboro' chaps ben yo lovo letters, bo it?" Tho Bquiro spoko in jest, but his word was true. "Oh, father!" "Tho Lord abovo! Ef I hain't hit tho nail smack on tho head this time! Come, Sally, let your old father see it. I don't allow no fellers to go to my' girl 'thout I know somethln' who they to think on't," write such a letter!" Sally burst into tears just as her father camo in. "Well, now, what Is't, wife? What's broke looso now?"' "Nothln' great, only Sally's a fool; and another ono o' tho samu sort, only '.a young feller, has boon a coiuh round 'n ask in' her to marry him." "You don't say sol" ejaculated tho squire, as naturally as possiblo. "That d.oes beat all! I never did hear such brassl Ono o' them Westboro' chaps, 1 s'poso." "Now, thero you go, right off tho ban-dlslap! I should like to know who gov her things 'n monoy 'n all to go to Westboro? And hovin' flung her nt tho poor young man's head, so to speak, lo you now! ho turns around and jaws at him for plckin' on her up! That 8 real man fashion, I do declare!" "Goodness gracious! ef that ain't jumpin' tho fence! Anyhow, Sally, you'vo got to givo him tho mitten quick step. I sha'n't fcov it, 'n I won't, 'n I to!" ain't "Thero you bo agin, husbandl How do you know but what ho's a real clover young man? An' Sally seems to kind o' set her heart on't; 'n I s'poso sho'll bo married some timo, anyhow." ' "Thought you set your faco agin matrimony, Miss Tyler?" "Well, I can't fix tho world over of I wantto, and folks will do so, whother or no. AniTef ho's got means, and is pretty respectable, 'n goes to meetin', why, in 11 vo or six years or so I might bo brought o, AMOS. . WRITES FROM QUALITY jCORNER AND HAS SOME NICE THINGS TO SAY ABOUT ITS FERTILE PLAINS, ITS ELEGANT HOMES AND ITS PRETTY GIRLS. One tnf9 Biggest. Ceo. Yeakel 5 Co Latter Rarely Ever Escape the Eyes of the Bad Old Bachelor. Dkak Joiix : I have moved. Yen, I havo deserted tho cabin in that dismal hollow, and tho grand old mountains The My homo now is in a .splendid edifice, shunted on a beautiful elevation, and owned by tho only Ilreekenridgo ever hud, Jus. Stewart, l'roin my window 1 can look out over tho fertile plains of old Quality Comer, tho richent afld grandest country mortal eye over behold. Almost within 11 Btono'rt throw is the city-lik- e home of Mr. Lyddan. 1 um now watching from my lofty form of Miss Annie perch the Hylph-lik- e as it floats among tho roses iu tho front yard. Tho sceno calls vlqidly to my mind earlier days, when the Colonel and I wore swinging the fair ouch among the daisies in the same earthly paradise. I nm ntill keeping bach, and nover expect to meet that widow again unions sho becomes the wife of Uncle Jimmie very hard by. y two-stor- A Big Building in a Big Town, in Which the Biggest Store is CUT RATE STORE Brandenburg, Ky. DEPPEWS CLOTHIN . Note Our Prices Sulti former price " " " '' Tho Conunercinl Club Iluildiiig in Lmiiwvillo is the highest und in the block largest business South, and it is still growing! out and If spread divided'up into ordinary business houses it would ninke a good sized town. Other buildings look small beside it, and still there arc several very pretentious new buildings going up, under the idea that the town will grow by the pattern the young men of the Commercial Club have set. It speaks volumes for the enterprise and grit of the Falls City, which is taking big strides for the front. There is need of improvement in the business houses in Louisville, The Dry Goods stores are entirely inadequate for the volume of business, which is growing, and many of the wholesale houses are too small and for a progressive, growing city, " " " " " " " " $18.00 now $15.00 15.00 1J.50 12.00 10.00 10.00 " 8.25 8.00 " C.OO 7.00 6.00 5.00 ' 3.76 "Oh, mother!" L Cnrcs Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Cronp, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, and Trill consumptive patients in advanced stages j Trill euro whencm-nblo, and roliovo in tho Trorst cases. Soo flint C. C. C. is blown in ovcryliot-ti- o andtako no other. 25c. J. O. MENDENHALL & CO., sole rnormnTORs, re-lioa Price EVAxsvirxi:, SOLD BY DRUdGISTS ixdiaxa. GENERALLY. A Remove Corns, Warts & Bnnlons tv Jth 243 CERTAIN CORN CURE. Cts. , BOTTIi33. SOLD AND WARRANTED BY GK TXT- - soex OClt Nfcff "Well, what!" After that tho battlo raged, tho squiro opposing, Mrs. Tyler consenting, tilLat last, after myriads of words, Mrs. Tyler sat down to writo Mrs. Phelps a letter of inquiry into Joo Dyer's morals, means, manners, etc.; and in duo timo got this hardly satisfactory letter from Cousin Jerushy; be, jest." "Westboro', Juno 3, -. There was no place for Sally to escape; "Dear Aunt Huloaii I got your disobey shu daro not. . Her hand shook two days days ago, but Sophrony as emotion and Mury Jane are both down with with apprehension when sho put tho fair sheet in tho, measles and I don't havo much time. I squire's hand, and her eyelids quivered don't know anything about Joo Dyer but with half shed tears as sho watched his what's good. Ha hasn't lived here a Inflexible) visage. great while; ho como from Springfield, "Darn it all! he's Rot brass enough for where he worked a good spell in the a mcetin' houso bell! Wants to marry armory. Ho makes good wages here, yo a'ready, 'n hain't known yo but about and we think to our houso he's a real thrco weeks; shows he's a fool on the pretty young man, and I guess a good 1 s'poso you think lio's a faco on'U Now one. Anyway, Undo Tyler could write real smart chap. Why, Sally! to tho head man up to tho armory and my littlo gal? Don't mean to tell mo find out all ho wants to know. I can't you like tho critter so much? Well, well, writo much more, for tho children havo well, I'll oeo about it. Dut I swan to 'most got through their nap. Givo my man! thero's your mother, 'n I don't love to undo nnd Sally. know 110 inoro than Pharaoh which road "Your affectionate niece, eho'll turn up. Who wl" and ho took "Jerusha PiiELrs." to whistling "China" flvo degrees worso "Well!" groaned tho squire, from tho Poor Sally's heart side of tho room behind his wife, giving "Dundee." than sank. Sally b. look as full of mischief as a boy's, "I wash my hands o' tho hull business. You've took it up, Miss Tyler, ag'instmy feclin8, '11 you enn kerry it out." "Jest as ef I should go 'n writo a letter to that man up to Springfield, hus18-let-tor as-w- ell noon. Worth B IOU.UO. witch In th .orlil Perfect timekeeper Warranted liMTy, olid gold hum in r ciiet llottt UditVend gent iiie, works and eatet of z. r kBeOtrf i J with value OM J'tBSOIUn equal rh localitr can tecuro oot Hmki. loiretiier with our laraa ?aud valuable line of llouachwlil umrlet(ai nmplei. Tliew All 1U work will m "HIAHTiB VOL (K witch, are Irvc. ntii do ti to how what wo aend vou to tho who call youi friend and nHrhboreand ihoM about youthaUlwajiKtulti In valuable trade for . whttli hclde forye an wl hen once ttartcd, all eiprria, freight, etc. After and thua we i reraU. Wo n you know all, if you would like to ffo to work for Address, per week and npwirdt earn from T$ko to rg fMM DM;MIltl FREE. Jnlil Al85 wm$iwm) Aij MjSlSSr5$ ty HUuaoii as Co., 80 813, 1'orUnuil, Malue. Iloi ." - .Tv i """""wra band! 'Tain't my business; men folks to them never want women I should mnko a about sech things. mess on't; and reelly, of you do caro about Sally's feelin's, you'd oughtcr do it right off." "Well, well!" groaned and grinned tho squire, "it's no usotalkin'no more. Fetch uio the paper, Sally; "I'll go 'n do it now, if I'vo got ter." So tho squiro indicted tho following cpistlo, peculiar in more than its brevity: "Juno 4, 18 . "Mr. Adkins, Esq.: "Sir I havo heerd that a young man called Joseph Dyer worked to your shops last year. What did ho do and how did ho do it? Leastways, what kind of a feller is he? I put in a stamp for answer, which will obleego "Yours to command, 4 . f. "What ye got there to all ilrcd intertstM, Nobody saw tho letter before it went. Sally P Joe's heart accorded with tho seasou, "Stop a miunlt!" said tho squire, after and it beat harder than was pleasant as tho quavers of tho last bar subsided. ho knocked at Squiro Tyler's frontdoor, LOUISVILLE & HENDERSON "Let's whittlo it a bit. 1 guess you'd standing open for ouco in its life, and better show this hero letter to her right letting in to tho usually musty parlor tho away, 'n not say uothln about mo. Sho Svhole breath of Juno and the delicate won't never surmiso that 1'vo como odor of two great whito roso bushes that acrost ye; and then you'll know which guarded the portal on cither hand and f imMPVpffii fe jsas' way sho' goin' to take, 'a let mo know trailed their wreaths of sunny blossoms, fol F accordin1. Or I don't knoXv's 1 will; 1 whoso hearts glowed with tho saffron don't kcor to bo manoy verln' round. It's tints of dawn, oven across tho quaint old ..fiy ttf .'"'rKjJMtMJ suro as moonshine eho'll set her faco lintel overhead. against it, jest as I'd oughtcr hov, 'n Sometimes nil powers aro propitious didn't." to lovers, truo though thoy bo, und toPassenger) Mai! and Express Goals. Sally turned a faco full of dow and night tho hour and tho pair might havo bloom on her father for reply. appeased tho Eumenides themselves. "Come, tako your handkercher and Mrs. Tyler, dreaming of nothing less For all way landings, betweon Louisville and wipo up them tears. I didn't eat yo, 'n than Joo Dypr's vicinity, was iu tho farUeuderson, tho elegant and fleet (teamen maybo Miss Tyler won't, but thoro'a ther barn coercing a refractory hen, that JAMES GUTHRIE. small chances but what sho'll try to." had a will of her own aud declined to TELL CITY, Tho squiro turned down a lano with accept tho situation; tho squiro was at CITY or OWfiNSBORO. a grin at his daughter, thrown after her tho postoffico waiting anxiously for tho One of theabovo fine tidewheel steamers pass as a consolation. Dut oh, dear reader, mail. So Sally herself appeared through up and down dally. Splendid accommodations dl'i you over go to a dentist? Do you tho soft dusk liko a glimmering blossom, for stock. and 178 Fourth street, remember tho sinking heart witli which and was stunned, perhaps not disagreeGeneral office Louisville, Ky. you forced yourself over tho threshold ably, by finding herself in Joo's arms. W. W. 1IITE, Prest. whllo every fiber of your flesh recoiled? "Oh, Sally!" TRSSYt Supt. D, L. I think it requires less courago to faco "Oh, Joe!" Amos. tho flashing front of a battery, for thero And then tho parlor sank into a mois a chunco about bullets. Much like ment's quiet as thoy looked at each other The First Step. this felt Sally as sho quickened her steps and said no more. If speech was given Perhaps you aro run down, can't eat, almost to a run to haro this matter us to conceal our feelings, they had very "over with." fow to conceal, certainly; and I am in- can't sleep, ain't think, can't do anything to your satisfaction, nnd yoti wonPalo enough sho was as sho gasped clined to think it was so. jathcr than spoke:" der what ails you. You should heed the "Mother, I'vo just got a letter from warning, you are taking tho first .stop inSURE CURE FOR Wostboro'." to Nervous Prostration. You need a Mrs. Tyler turned her cool gray eyes Nerve Tonic and in Electric Bitt'rs you from tho ironing board and survoyed will find the exact remedy for restoring Sally, .whoso faco certainly accorded your nervous system to its normal, with her tone. For 30 Yoars a Success. Surprising 'results healthy condition, "You hov?" "Yes'm; hero it is." lie nut tlilM Testimony tliou follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic 'II tV IT for YoiirMoir. Her mother took tho letter between and Alterative. Your Appetite returns, J'i'ojirlflort have vmny letltrt Me lliete: her thumb and finger and deliberately good digestion is restored, and tho Liver BETTER THAN QUININE. read it. (ink Kidneys resume healthy action. Try Donoy Co. Mr. M. M. Kesterson. "Of all things! Hero's a pretty pleco Ark.,iayit "I cun certify to the fact a bottle. Price 50c. at G. W. Short, of business! I told ycr father 't I was thAt Huirhos' Tonlo li the belt chill Clovcrport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Inula I ever tried. I consider it better 4 clear, against your goin1 to Westboro', Ky. than iialulno." nnd now lio'll sco what comes on 't. I r.MPPR r.HRDNin harps guess he'll hark to mo next time. Mar1 Mr. II. W. McDonald. Laurel IIIll A Discouraging' Addition. ry you, indeed! 'n talks as though ho . klVi.ua If li.jl Tnnla tnm 111.. ..! was pretty consldor'blo suro you'd hov Cora. Doesn't it make you feel nice nhtll nntl forcr lin navcr fdlleil vet. H him!" for people to remark how well you arcy nnd I hivo toM it to n number of chroHarmless fell this acuto arrow. Sally nic cues. It eurej tbom over Uu " getting on ? did lovo Joo, and know ho know it, Merritt. Yes, unless they add "they As for Hughes Tontc and takeKoOtlier "You kin jost answer that letter, Salcan't understand it." Lipplncott's PRICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE. ly, '11 tell him wo don't want nobody Small Size, 50 Cents. for May. round after yoii; mo 'n your father can't sparo yo. I niu't to havo uo sech iiy l'mcrARKD "Nip your cough in tho bud" by taktalk, not this ten year yet, '11 mobbo not ROliNSON - PETTET CO., then. Ef you know'd cs jnuuh 'bout tho So Sallh ing "O. G. C. Certain Cough Cure," Uoulisvillu, ICy. herself appeared through the toft troubles o matrimony 'a I do, I guess For Sale by Drtuglsti. pleasant and clTectunl remedy. Sold by autre yo'd ruthor livo single, a sight." TO BK COSTntUED. G. W. Short. "Dut. mother, I I I don't want to "Papiiro Tyler." Packet Line. rmmMS SS33Mesa23! When 1 leave this retreat, it will he for the Sunny South, where, if there are no widows or old maids for me to love, 1 will he on tho border of my old hunting ground, where Duflulo Bill Iwcami famous. There I can inhale the fragrance of the magnolia, drink iu the music of the wild birds, chase tho agile antelope and occasionally spark the dusky quaw, with no Uncle Jimmies with their beautiful homes to tear 1110 down. When I hind there aud look around a little, I will write you a long letter descriptive of the wildest country of our continent, the recent range of the buffalo and home of the dreaded Kiawa and Commauche. I hope, however, you will not be disappointed if I should continue here, for such a thing is highly probable, for if the fair one around me prove as attractive as the country, why then I may marry and "settle down where I am. Of course when they observe my commanding form and stately stop around these premises they will all be on the tjuiieie to capture, and being a little susceptible myself, you can readily see my danger. I have here within easy reach of my optics the homes of M. Lyddan, James Stewart, Mrs. Jus. Stewart, Sr., J. L. ifenry, the lamented Drs. Ben and Dick Wathen, Ctuiip Henderson and last, but not least, the magnificent structure occupied by Joe Stewart, his mother and sister. Joe is a well dried old bachelor who would like to marry, but the female world dqesn't take to him very kindly. He is not good looking like you and me, John, nnd then lie parts his hair on one side, which fails to coincide with his 'swell house. Just a little west of me, concealed by 11 clump of fruit trees, such as bear acorns, is the chief business town on the L., St. L. & T. railroad, Webster. Her stores employ from two to five clerks each, among those etiicient clerks being our d dude, Johnnie Coleman, today a million heir. Webster's trade is enormous and her business houses are immense. Her church spires penetrate the etherial vault and her metalic coverings glistening on high is what has been taken for three suns iu the heavens at onco. You can sco every day in the group of business men of the place the handsome face of James Lyddan, who is not only an extensive merchant, but the best machine man in our county. After ninny oilers and thorough examination, lie has accepted an agency for the reaper and binder, and will furnish the trade at prices short his commission, It would pay you to call and see him whether you want a binder or not. He is a good looking, genial cuss. In a recent issue of your paper you notice the visit of Uncle Bob Itnzor and Jas. Shaw to your town in a- way that is o farmers insulting. They arc of this county, und unswerving Democrats, Declaring them from Louse Corner is to say they aro ltepublicans and live in Meade, i'ou may apologize for the offense ; how would you like to be called a Bad? Yours, bald-headeic well-to-d- 48c,57c. Six styles Men's Wash Satinets Suits, worth $6.00 will sell for the next 60 days at . 50, A full line M'en's and Youths' odd Pants. Also a full line in all sizes of the celebrated Dull Dog Jeans Pants. Youths', Doys' and (Jhildren'sSuits at onefifth off of original price. Children!)' Knee Pants 2.jc, 33c, Men s and Doys' Hats very cheap MenShoe worth $1.00 $3.36 " " 3.00 125 " " 2.00 1.05 " 1.50 1,20 like Louisville. The large Clothing Establishment of Deppen it Son is a notable exception to the rule, as it is one of the largest s Clothing Houses in the country, and larger than any wholesale house in town, with, perhaps, a single exception. The building was remodeled a short time ago especially for the business for which it is now used, and a more complete and better appointed business house could not be built to order. It is wonderful what improvements have been made in the manufacture of Clothing in the past few years. The wholesale Tailoring business has become an important industry in the East; and there is a wide distinction between this branch of business and what is known as the ready made olothing trade. The latter makes little pretension as to fit, quality, or durability. It is chopped out and sewed up by machinery and made to sell. The wholesale Tailor applies the art of tailoring in tho manufacture of his goods. Every suit and garment is made according to a scientific rule and from The idea is that there arc few men measurement whose clothes will not lit some other men, and tailors, after years of experience, become familiar with the peculiarities of the human form and learn in about what proportion the various peculiarities may be found, and they make up clothing lo suit all classes and conditions and shapes of men from measures they havo taken. Deppons are wholesale tailors themselves, having stood at the head and front of the merchant tailoring business in Louisville for nearly half u century. They make clothing to order still, and they make the same class of goods in various grades of quality for which they have no order, and which is equal in every respect, except price, to merchant tailor goods. But their immense trade in this respect could not be supplied by one house, and thoy buy from such wholesale merchant tailors in tho East as Rogers, Peel & Co., who are not afraid to put their name on their goods and send their guarantee along with it. The customer who comes to Deppen's knows who made the goods he buys, and when he pays his money he knows he can get it back again if lie is not satisfied. And then the system enables them to soil at a smaller margin of profit than any other first-clas! h" style. 1.25 These goods can be had in any One lot Men's Diogans worth at 75c. LaJIcn' Uulton Shoes (Dongola) worth $3.50 " " " " " " " " " " 2.75 2.50 2.00 2.00 fil 1.65 T.60 1.20 1.25 9H A full line of Misses', Children and Daby shoes all at reduced prices. All Dleachcd and Piown Domestic Cottons at manufacturers prices Dress Goods, 38 In. Henriettas all new shades worth 35 (J 25 40 in. Scrgc all Wool cow sliadua worth CO (,j, 60c. Mobalrs and latest style worth 60 (a 40a 01. Cashmeres nt Popular prices, . F " F.F. " Dcn-galin- Block Goods, viz : Henriettas Wool and Silk Woofs, Drap Dc Alma, Helvetia, Solid Rajs, c and Nuns Veiling at reduced-prices- , all Silk. Elk. Laco for Dresses worth $2.00 1.50 Blk. Nets for Drcssoj worth .... 2,50 ' " $1.20 95 1.50 A bitr assortment of KmhrnhWw.e Jackonet and Swiss, also Hemstitch we are Headquarters tor these goods and will sell you them cheap-e- r than any one else. ' Dress Ginghams, the market, Renfrew, Sjodards and fancy. Normandics in stripes and plaids. Chambravs plain and striped. Scotch ".Zephyrs and French Ginghams all at the lowest prices. Wc call the attention of the trade to the fact that wc now have the richest line of Dress Jj&ghams in house can afford to soil. This class of ready made clothing, if you choose to call it such, is far superior in quality and fit and stylo to what is usually sold as ready made clothing, without a corresponding difference or advance in price. These facts should convince any man who has been unable to get anything to pleaso him in ready-mad- e clothing, and who has found it too expensive- to have his clothing made by a merchant tailor, to at least try the experiment of getting his clothing from White Goods.' Plain worth 20 15 10 12 " 15 12 " Stripe nnil Check worth, 10, 12K10 8?i 15 and 8JJ Hosiery. In Burlington Fast Black, very 500 pair Misses and Children's Hose, assorted sizes, solid and striped, full rcgularmade worth cheap. 20, 25 (j? HUGHES' 10 c. DEPPEN'S The Great Cash Clothiers, Hatters, Haber- - A Full Lino of Notions. jc "","5 Two doion Safoly Pini Pour Ban Toilet Soap Ono doien Cedar Lead Fifty Slate Pencils Pnjj ,S!,."".!!,,'",i 5 And a great many Novelties, Notions and Shelf Hardware and 1 inware to be found on our g, dashers and Tailors, j 5 Cent Counters. Come and See IT, MARKETST., BETiVSIXTH ANDSEVENTH, arS Mug-azin- o W Louisville, Ky. 11 f j rf . on wd. ft eo.; 'wr hate pm," Brandenburg $fc; c u . n JV 3 Breckenridge News, J- JH V J .r Tin: Democratic party has never feared defeat on Account of the adoption of the ' "" "" ii iwii Australian or nny other system of regisWEDNESDAY. Al'UIL-- f) 1890. tration by which nn honcet ballot may be obtained. For years tlio two parties JNO.D.DABBAOE in Christian county have accused each Other of fraud, but it remained for tlio I,.,Kt. I,. AT. I.ornl Time Curd. Democrats in other counties to try to , 9.61 a.m. Mall and Express going East bring about reform in the elections I1.S8 a.m. Went 5.41 p.m. there. It is n little singular that when Express " Unit i( 0 60 "p.m. West of Graves, introduced tho bill 11.23 n.m. Mr. Smith, " Knit Mixed .. B.59 a.m. for tho registration of voles in Christian ' West county, Mr. Clark, tho llepublienn repre-- ' DEMOCRATIC TICKET. sentatlve from Christian, opposed it bitterly and was sustained by Itoptibliean For Uounty Judge, Tbos. Adklssont members only. If Democrats Irtive been For County Attorney, Jndge Milton I)oard. trying to carry Christian county by For County Clerk, J. E. Monarch. "soap" ns the llepublicans have alleged, For Sheriff, J, 8. DcJernetle. then .Mr. Clark should not only vote for For County Sup't of Schools, Jus. V. Miller. tlio bill, but it should have been presentFor Jailer, John Slaton. "An ed byithe party he represents. For County Assessor, Len Cflshrann. honest man Is not offended by being watched" is n truth that will apply to For County Surveyor, F. M. 0. Jolly. parties as well. 1'endlcton. For Coroner, W. It. JTTmw DAZZLING and DELIGHTFUL BRINGING Sunbeam BOTH U NPRECEDENTED I WkwmL ATTRACTION ! 0VJ1R A MILLION DIOtniBUTED, L&jFu ii3:. Louisiana State Lottery Company. Incorporated by the Legislature In W8, lot Kduratlonnl nnd Charitable purposes and Its franchlio was made a part of tho present State Constitution In lB7U,by an overwhelming popular vote. jfe Gladness to countless homes, Adding joy and comfort to thousands. The Sunbeams came to you this week in our immense stock of HN Aitniiully place ficnil Inko unit il J ii no mid 'Ilccciillxir. liltANU NIMllii; ft I'M Unit IMIAU' INfiN Juk place oil cucli ot tho ntlirr ten aiiioiillin In the year, unn arc alt vii In ii lib lie, at draMiifclc, Oiciv Orleans,tlio Academy I.a. of FAILED FOR TWENTY YEARS- For Integrity of its Drawings, and Prompt payment of Its prizes, Attested ns follows) 1'rs MAMMOTH JIUAWIIVUtt STRAW G00DSX , v " ' to Hats for Men, Hats for Youths, Hats for Boys, Hats for Ladies Get the news and get all the neics and which is being prepared by Pecrelnry Huts for Misses, Hats for Children. From Dana's Itusk of the Agricultural Department nothing but the netes. In StifT Hats wc have all the desirable styles at bottom prices both promises to be as interesting as tho Celebrated Maxim in Journalism. Dill. Dnnlap and Knox styles in their latest shapes. Vcty cheap. oim couni:sroMin:NT.s. The address to tho American farmers Mr-Kinl- Why, of course we arc tlie leaders and until you have seen our stock. We have the Goods, We luive the Quantity, don't buy your Summer .Straws ' . He proposes to give tiie reasons for tho present depression in agriculture and offers as remedies that "the farmers be ns well educated as tho merchant, that they JriMin Klnenii! who killeill'riwTiuillH-i- ' study the market report more closely.t hat they acquire no more land than they can was jiiveit an examining trial in Washington last week ami allowed to jjlvo bail cultivate and finally, that the duty on farm products be increased." Tlio sugin the mini of Sl'O.OOO. gestion in regard to tho better education .Mu. T. H. Wilson, editor of the (Sruy-Ho- n of tho farmer is a good one, as it will (Jitzette, in a eandidate for the Con- certainly learn him that he can't nllbrtl stitutional Convention from his county. to protect the Pennsylvania manufacturThin In eminently proper. There should er. Whenever the farmers of the South b? a number of newKpaiHT editors in tlie and West quit protecting Eastern manConvention In give it breadth and dinni-Iv- . ufacture and go to protecting themselves this depression will be remedied. (.lOVKiixoit Jlnekiier lias We have the Quality, Wo have tho Vuriety, Wo lmve tho disposition to sell at a low price. " We do hereby certify that tee siiptrvistM. the arrangements jfbr all the Momthlu and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana Slate Lottery Company, and in person s, manage and control the Drawings and that the same are conducted with honesty, fairness, and in goodt faith toward all parties, and we authorize the Company to use this certficate, with facsimiles of our signatures attached, in its advertisements.''' them-selve- 1 Dr. lJnrtoii W. Stono an Sitioriiiti;ntliit of t!iu Western I.uuatk1 Asylum. VEST'S GASH STORE Clothing and Headquarters Furnishing for Gent's HIlflDluSuUHG V. DEPARTMENT, 4 Goods. CoiiiniUkloiiors. Wc the undersigned Hanks and Hank' ers will pay all Prizes drawn in iheLouis' iana State Lotteries which may be presented at our counters. It, M. WAIiMNIillY, 1'rcs. I.ouUlaliu BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, - - - Agent & Corrcsp'nt U.HAIIHAIir. TIME TABLE No. I. Editor DAILY Mf-KP- Tin: Washington correppondent of the Courier-Journsins: "It looks like the present ineumbent of the Cloverpoit postolllee was not going to be rushed out in a hurry. She has strong Ilepubliean friends, who are working for her. In the meantime the friends of Mits Matthews are not discouraged." al Wk quote a part of Judge Mc Death's written opinion on the right of distillers to sell whiskey at their residences ns Ok the $110,000 appropriated by the legislature about 520,000 has already been expended for food, clothing and medicines under the following apportionment made by State Inspector Mney ; Louisville, ST),(KK); Webster county, $2,-0Livingston, SiVXM); Ciittenden, $1,500; Hrcckciiridge, SI, .TOO; Daviess, .Muhlenberg, SAOO ; McLean, $1,:MX); SS(K); Allen, $'.00; Lynn, .VX) ; Hardin, ',00; (Irayson, !I(H). The given them under the statutes. opinion is a sound one and is evidently the law on the subject. We i egret that we cannot give it in full, but enough of it is given to show what the law is, and how it should be observed. In the cases of Wheatley and limy, who were selling whiskey in a portion of this county to most anybody that called for it, as distillers ; there was n clear perversion of tlie law and an attempt to use tin statutes ns a cloak to shield them from its penalties. Others should take warning from these cases. STATIONS. Ar. 9.00 a.m IrTlnglnn 11.30 a.m.Lv b.sj Irrington Junction 11.35 . Hatfield 12 4UP.M 7.3(1 " lUrned t,U5 Ilardlnjburg ...... Lv. 7.00 a.m l.:i0r.u.Ar BUNDAV. ' IIAIl.T KCKPT M1.1IMY. HatH for spring wear at Witt's. The Grand Jury is btill in bcsmIoii. Mt. Rdgar llennett was in town Sunday. Mr. P. W. Fairleigh is at the lluckeby Hotel. Straw hats for men ut all prices at J. A. AVitt's. Mr. Harvey MeC'rackcn was in the city Monday. Everybody Saturday. go to the Mans Meeting Mr. H. M. .lolly ""'I wife, lrvington, Coi. John I'Ylaml, Internal Itcvcuue Collector for the Second District seems not to be without enemies within his own I.ippencott's Mngaiiie is showing The Owensboro Messenger household. in securing all the says some disappointed applicants are grealc-- t novelists at home and abio.nl to woiking up a case agauist him of ollicial contribute to its page. The May nummisciiiuhii t in ollice and that some eighber contains a novelette by Diet Ilaite teen ot twenty allidavits piefening entitled "A Sappho of (oven Springs." charges of this kind will be filed against That Mr. Unite's lesidcniv abroad has him, Tlie Messenger also says that Mr. not dulled his genius for depicting WestFelaud has made one of the best collectern scenes and character is ahumlanth ors Owensboro has ever had, and that proven by his latest Mon, which is one such charges should be preferred against of the brightest and cleverest products him is quite a shock to the community. of his brilliant pen. A v be-foi- " t r" 3atl. K e interesting question came up Judge Melteatli at llardinsburg last week for judicial deteimination, on the sile of whiskey by distillers, under Chap. Hill, Article '.', Scition : lieneral Statutes. Win. Wheatlcy and Thomas (iniy bad been indicted for letailing whiskey in They tills county without a license. claimed to be paitnersof linns owning a distillery, ami that they were protected under the Section of the Statute above referred to. The Statute rends as follows: "Distillers of anient spirits have the privilege of selling at their residences any spirits of their own manufacture in quantities not less than a rpinit, but not The t ) be drank on the premises." cases being submitted to.Iudge Mclleath, lie delivered n written opinion im to the l'uv on the subject, a pait of which we quote. It lias the true ring to it and will doubtless be of interest to many. "The business of distilling whiskey is a distinct one from selling it by retail. Under the statute laws any one is at liberty to manufacture or distill whiskey. It is only the sail of it that is restricted by our statutes. No one is allowed to sell without a license so to do, except a distiller may by virtue of bis business sell the product of his own still, formerly at his distillery, but now at his residence. The change from the distillery to the r'sidenco was made evidently to prevent the temptation to convert the distillery in to a drinking saloon, and because theie are some restrictions, I believe, in the l'. S. (lovernmeiit Internal Itcvcuue regulations, forbidding any sale within a certain distance from the bonded warehouse. But what was the object of t)ie Legislature in making the change? Certainly it vmis not contemplate that a distiller should operate a still house in one locality, say a hundred miles away. I do not mean to say that one could not reside in one county ami put up and oiierati a still just across the line in another county at some good spring or location for a still house, and sell the product at his residence. That would, it seems to me. be as legitimate as if both were in the same county. A mere line, marking the boundary between counties ought not, in the alienee of any statute to destroy, or interfere with, any legitimate business, evidently conducted in good faith, lint where it appears that a numlier of jK'sons, five in munlicr, as in the ease of Wheatley, ami three in number as in the ease of limy, form a tart-nerslii- p to make whiskey in one county, and one firm moves away off into another county, fifteen or twenty miles from the place of manufacture, for the solo purpose of Felling by retail, the pnxluct of tlio still, especially after the still has been closed nnd tlio business of manufacturing stopped, as was the easo of "Wheatlcy. It Is so palpably n perversion of the business, and ho clear an nttempt to evade tho purposes of the statute, that 1 think nny court or jury would bo remiss in its duty to give its Kinction to It." A judgment was rendered, finding tlje, defendants guilty nnd n fine of $20 Jniposed for each sale. Mu. Jell. lolly, of Hcwlcyvillc, is still tlie champion wool grower of Ilrecken-ridg- e county. lie not only raises a superior quality of wool, but has the quantity as well. The clippings from twelve aged ewes, ten yearlings and one yeailingbiiek weighed ;!02 pounds, the heaviest lleece weighing fifteen pounds $10. and the lightest ten pounds. Samples of Jesse Harris was sentenced to the penithe wool can be seen at this ollice. tentiary for two years for nn attempted are in the city. Mr. .lames U'w is, Uarndenburg, is at the Lennin Hotel. Mr. G. 1. .Jolly returned to Davies county yesterday. Stop at the U'linin Hotel for good room and good table. .Judge It. Y. Hush, of HawoHville, was in the city last week week. Mr. .Jell'Mattingly has opened a family grocery at the brick corner. Mim Adel Smith and her mother returned from Illinois Saturday. A number of partise went down to Tuell's creek fishing yesterday. Where is that iron fence that was purchased for the Court House Square? We will call it the Haidinsburg Uank. It will be ready for business by July 1st Men's suits that you have been paying $12 and $!." for yon can buy at Witt's for Mr. J. K. Ditto was in the city last week. W. II. Kiehardson was in I)iiisvllle last week. Joo McGehee spent last Sat unlay in Uxiisvillo. is attending court at Mr. J. W. s Harilltisburg this week. Mrs. II. C.lttiwlings spent Saturday-iin- d Sunday in Grahampton. Miss Gcorgio Morcnien is visiting relatives in Uullitt county. Our young attorney, Mr. V. K. Malin, is (Fairleigh) in the light. Tho Aid Society met at Judge Wool-folk- 's last Thursday night. Miss Lizzlo Graham, Graham, Texas, is visiting Miss Nellie Fairleigh, Ixniisvllle. For tho bent prices ship to II. W. Hern-do- u & Co., 1juisville, corner !lrd nnd Main. Mr. James AV. Lew is and D. W. Fair-leiggo to llardinsburg tomorrow to light the railroad. 's Tho person that bet fire to J. W. store certainly foigotthat ho had neighbors. Mr. J. T. Ditto is still in Louisville attending to the wants of his father, who is some better. The stock of goods in J. W. Itiehard-son'- s store was thought to ho damage to U-wili Iticb-ardhon- the amount of $500. Tiik State Democratic Central Committee lias called a convention to nominate a candidate for Superior Judge in this the I'irst district to meet at Dow-lin- g t iiven June 11th. For the Second district at Frankfort June 11th and the Third at Lexington June 11th. rajK'. A. Witt has some nice nobby suits and a big lot of odd pants, at Wheeler J. prices. Miss Kiln Smith has gone into partnership with Mrs. Sutton, in the millinery business. The Concert proposed by Daivd Murray in the interest of the City Hall has been postponed. Miss Sue Kennedy, of Caneyville, Grayson county, was visiting Mrs. Win. H. Hell this week. Colemen Haswell is making arrange ments to go to work on his new dwelling house in the east end. There will be a mass meeting at the Court house Saturday, in the interest of the Fair Company. There will bo axity election next Monday, when there will bo a Board of Councilmen nnd a Mayor elected. Frank Kinney who was before tho court on the charge of cutting Obediah MeQuady was tried and acquitted. Henry Head and Mr. Sam Dent have been in town several days, working up a pretty good business in Life Insurance. Felix Carter who killed tho old colored man, Joo Miller, on the turnpike in front of his house last June, was tried nnd Jons Monarch is a Democrat from conviction and he will be the means of converting a large number of sinners to the true political doctrine before the canvass in this couutv is over. Wk don't see how a man can be anyelse but a Democrat when lie understands the true principles of the party. thing There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it u local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with lecal treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science lias proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, Manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from ten drops to a tcaspoonful. It acts direitly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tlie system. They oiler one hundred dollars for any ease it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonals. Address, F. J. CHKNF.Y & CO., Toledo, O. BS)ld by Druggists, Toe. Mrs. 1mi Morcnien spent a few days with her daughter, Mm. Charles Drury, at liewleyville, last week. Sorry Mr. Kditor my communication Will try did not reach you last week. and not let it occur again. The farmers aro hustling the corn in the ground fast as they can. There has been u good deal planted already. It will be the duty of every good Democrat to turn out to the primary election next Saturday and show his colors. Our Commercial Club is booming in this tiection of the country and future is an assured fact. Tho candidates worked the upper end of the county this week. Saturday night will tell tho tale of somebody being left. There is soino talk of Mr. A. W. Morcnien going to South America, for n company in Louisville, will he gone alwut six months. Hardin, Owing & Shacklett who bought W. W. llichanlson's farm for n fruit farm have already put out 2.".00 apple trees on it. Hon. A. W. Morcnien in Louisvillo Ho and Joe Mulhatton are Saturday. figuring on a scheme in South America of some very rich gold fields. Judges 0. C. Richardson has just returned from Florida, where ho has boon looking over the vast amount of land he owns there, some 8000 acres in all. llrun-denbur- Mr. D. W. Fairleigh, Of Ixmlsvillo, and Miss Fniiiiio Fairleigh, of Hopklnsvllle, nro visiting relatives and friends here. J. S. & A. W. Morcnien have nbout got their race track completed nnd expect their trainer this week. They will no doubt get nil the work thnt they can, do, ns this is tho only track in the county. Mr. 'A. T. llerudon is home again froin tho mountains, where ho has been for several months nt work, lie leaves tomorrow night for Ohio, where ho will survey a road, Mr. George Morlund will accompany him. Our town was thrown into u state of great excitement on last Sunday evening about six o'clock by the alarm of fire, but as usual jn such events tho men soon regained their vunted composure and proceeded to battle with tho enemy. The elegant brick store house and residence of Mr. J. AV. Riclmnkson was discovered to bo on fire, when the firo was first dis-- , covered, it had made great headway, but by hard work it was gotten under l, before much iMimagc was done. Some clothing and a great deal of glassware was totally destroyed. The origin of tho lire is a mystery, as no ono had been in the store since tho evening before and there hud been no fire there at all. The firo when discovered was in three difibrcnt places, on rooms all divided with a partition, these partitions were not burnt at nil, an I fie ilxn of tlio rooms were .closed. So, upon inspection it looks as if some one wished to damage tho owners of the building by burning it up, and not only that but the town, for if the bouse had burned the entire street would have gone with it, as tho wind was directly up the" street. It is well for our town that wo have tho best firo fighters in tho country, and when they have any show at all will put out most anv the. con-trol- THE AUCTION SALE Of the Twenty Remaining lIi:Kltn A. Natlouul llault. tional Ilnnlc. ,W- - I.ANADX, I'rcs. State Na- LOTS In tlio national Hank. CVItl. KOIIN lrc. Union National isimk. GRAND In IiAIjDWIN, I'rcw, Mew Orlcaiiw jS&p :t i MONTHLY DRAWING - the Academy of Music, NcwOrlcans Tuesday, May 13, 1090. ',l fi. Westview Addition to Will take place 100,000 TlcKoU each. Halve Xeiitlisi W, 1 UHAN1) $300,000. $300,000 100,000. , 100,000 1 QKAND 1'KIZU OF 50,000 . 50,000 1 LAltUK l'HIZKS OP 25,000., . 25,000 10,000. . 20,000 2 LAUUE PHIZES OF 5 PHIZES OP 6,000., , 25,000 " 1,000. . 25,000 25 500. . 50,000 100 " 300. . 60,000 " 200 200. . 100,000 500 " lOAHTALl'ltrZKOF Capital Prize, $300,000. Twrnlj- - Dollars at10: (luarirrfc 85; TtveitilelliNgl. list ovrnizis. l'UIZK OK APrKOXtUATlON PHIZES. Wednesday, Way 14 100 Prltes or $500 aro 100 l'rltoj of $300 aro 100 Priios of $200 are 099 Prltes of 100 are V!)9 Prltos of 100 aro $50,000 $30,000 20.000 49.900 . ou.uoo Tkruinal Pkizks: Caught the Golden Egg;. Fifteen thousand dollars falls to two Fuirview citizens. Ticket No. ftl,:isr in Tho Louisiana State lottery drawing of February lltb captures tho prize for J. S. Retts, of the firm of Rctts Uros., grain dealers, and L. G. Michener, agent for the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific R'y. Tho money was promptly paid through the Fairview Stato Rank. Fuirview (Kansas) Enterprise, March 15. Worth Toxic. Knowing-Hniur-- s' The old time, reliable remedy for Fever and Ague. Reputation earned by Thirty years success. You can depend upon it. Tnv It! Duni-oist- s ii.wr. IT. IF YOU ARE GOING TO PAINT USE kp y BLUE GRASS louse Faints, Manufactured by Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Lewis were in Louisvillo last week visiting relatives and friends, Mr. Lewis is at homo with a long face, as tho madam prolonged her visit. Val, Slats' Sons, LOUISVILLE, KY. The wonderful incronso in value of Owensboro real estate link been the theme of many newsftupor articles during tho past six months. But those who have not conic to Owensboro to investigate can have but tin imperfect idea at best of the THERE vnst increase in values. 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 cstato and made largo sums oi money. There aro twenty lots for sale in Westview on which houses can be built, nad fully 15 to 20 per cent, realized on the entire amount invested in the way of rents, regardless of the enhancement in tho value of tho property as tho town Money put in real estate grows. at Owensboro at present prices is safer than deposits in a National bank. The possession of one or more of lots in as desirable a location as Westview, a growing and prosperous city is tho surest foundation of wealth there is on the earth. Ow ing to well known causes, and without any ungual effort on your part, this foundation will increase in valuo year by year until you will be greatly surprised in knowing that you did tho best possible thing with your money. If you have monoy to invest come to this sale nnd buy a lot. cash, balance Terms in 1 , 2 & 3 years with 0 per cent interest. For plat fcc, address one-fourth 3,134 Prizes, amounting to $1,054,800". Tickets drawing Capital Prises aro not entitled to terminal Prlzcj. AGENTS WANTED. S'Poi Club rates, or any lurthcr information 1-sdesired, write legibly to tho undersigned, clearly stating your residence, with State, County, Street and Number. Morcrapid return mall delivery will bo assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your full address, Notr orfll. A. DAIPIIIN, D. C. VaMliliif ton, IMPORTANT. Aoo.,,1 M. A. DAUPHIN. Neil' Orlcium, I.a.. H By ordinary letter, containing Monry Obder limed by nil Kxprcss Companies, New York Exchange. Druft or Postal Note. Wi vay oh Currknov sent us by Express of $5 or over. Address Registered Letters to NCIV UUI.UANS NATIONAs". HANK, Sow OrlcaiiN, I.a. H UEMEMBEU that the payment of all prltes is GUARANTEED BY. fcoUlt NATIONAL BANKS of New Orleans, and tho Tickets nro signed oy tho President of an Institution,, whopo chartered rights are recognised in the highest Courts; therefore, beware of any imitations or aunonymous schemes. ONE DOLLAR is the prico of the snallest part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BY US. in any Drawing. Anything in our name offered for less than a Dollar is a swindle. 'I 1 FRANKS The Fine Saddle Stallion, tho entiling season, commencing, April 15th, 1890, at the t&blcs of Wilson Jolly and James E. Chopin, and will servo mares ntfS.OO to insure a liiing colt. Monoy due when the fact is ascertained or tho mare pirled with. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but no responsibility nssnmcd should any occur. DESCRIPTION Frank is a dark Iron Cray five years old tnis spring, 10 hands hlgn and weighs 1200 pounds. Will stand , 1 L. V. CHAPIN. N. B. Positively no business done on Sunday c ',. FARMERS FREE COLUMN Ono horso and mare, each 15K hands high', both combined saddle and harness animals. Thou. II. Ditto, Brandenburg, Ky. . -- $1.25 PER GALLON For Sale by It was the pleasure of your correspondent to hear tho DulT Opera Company in "Pinafore" last week at Louisville. Tho singing was grand and enjoyed very much. R. M. CONWAY, 117 For Sale Ono nign, well oroke. w. old mule, 15J hands' S: Dean, Hock Lick, Ky. P i St. Ann St., OWENSBORO, KY. Order of Examination for First Grade, High School Department. Tuewlny, May KI- - -- Astronomy, Algebra. Wednesday, May 14 -- Civil (.invent-iiii-n- t, -- Arithmetic Tluirxdny, Mny tieonictry. Kriilay, May lit Knglidi. Tlio incmhon of the graduating flass have been examined on one hook n week for the past neven week, nnd will I hi examined of two books ti week from now till done of nehool, Friday, May 1(1, 18iQ. ('. W. Fowi.Kit, l'rin. Tho patroiiH and public at large tiro cordially invited to viwit our nehool, your Hvhool, and peo what wo nru lining. xicn, i:il (I ItCll tO till! ItCMt. All are entitled to tlio lient that their money will buy, ho every family whould have, at once, a bottle of tho bent family remedy, Syrup of Figs, to cleanse tho Hystom when cowtivo or hilioiiH. For alo in 50c and $1.00 bottlcn by all leading druggiatA. , Mr. Ike Owing took seventy-seve- n head of hogs to Louisville Thursday night Dealer in Drugs, Chemicals, Faints, William Wheatly was confined in jail Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass. averaged 240 lbs., ho received $1.15 last week for his failure to pay a fino of that CL0VERP0RT, KY. for them, which was 10 cents over tho $S0, adjudged against him for selling market. whisky without license. Miss Lillian Lewis who has boon in tho Notice--Dentist- ry. Isaac Lockhard plead guilty to tho for tho last six weeks under Dr. Dudcharge of petit larceny and his punishtlio firm of H. has improved to such nn lorDr. W. T. Taylor, of C'lurorportJ.M:iy Tay& Son, will bell 5th, ment was fixed at two months hard lnlior ley Reynolds, extent ns to bo able to return home tlie hdi will be at the Ctoverpirt Ilotol ono wcok, on tho Mrects of llardinsburg. prepared tor do nil klndi of Oonttilry, first of next week. Mr. Galen Uarbeo was confined in jail Urandenburg is su .porting one of tho on last Saturday under a capias for $200. best Ilaso Rail Clubs in tho State, someA petitio.n has been forwarded to tho thing liko tho "Colonels" of 1niisvillo. Governor for n remission of tho fine, A J OV ItXA I. fOU AUYEIlWiEllS. The llardinsburg Fish and Game Club Will play a match gamo Sunday with the organized at the Court house Monday Kkron club, nt Sebastian Park. Is Iimod wcokly, and l the representative night with Morrifi Kskridgo ns president. Mr. Wm. M. Ditto, of tho Upper llot-toThey proposo to t.iko a trip to IHuo river brought up a fino drove of sheep tho journal the trade journal of American adver-tlier- i. It Indlcat s to the Inexperienced adrci-tliin May. other day, ho bought from Mr. Virgil how, when, and where he should adver-tli- o Tho corporators of tho Hnnlinsburg Hardin, of Holt's Rottom. Ho sold them hnw to ; how to write an advertisement; Fair Company, held a meeting in this to Shclhnan & Co., for a nico profit. display one; what newspipers to use; how much city last week and opened their books for Tho candidates are keeping tho brush money to expend In fact, dlicouries on every stock. Tlio company has had printed its hot now and they can ho jumped up' like point hat admits of profitable discussion. Ad'certificates of stock and aro now ready to rabbits. Meade has moro candidates this vertising if on art practiced by many hut unissue them. There will bo another meetyear than voters. Next Saturday will derstood by few. The conductors of Printers' ing of tho directors nt tho Court house put an ond to tho struggle, nnd then ho Ink understand it, and their advice Is based on next Monday for tho purpose of deciding for Salt River. years an experience of more than twenly-flr- a upon suitable grounds. In placing advertising eontracU for many of Mr. Morgan Fontaino, druggist, 1ms the largest and most successful advertisers. A ! boon appointed agent for this county year' subscription costs but two dollars : samSaturday, May ,1J, an election trill be belJ for tho celebrated Microbo Killer, war- ple copies Free. Addreu : to elect truiteee to terre the earning year, for ranted to euro any and every kind of disQE0. P. ROWKLLA-- CO., School DUtrlet No. 1. . Newspaper Advertising Bureau, ease. Parties who linvo used it, speak in D. U. Murray, Trei. 10 Spruca St., New York. the highest terms of its jxwers. J. 0. Nolte, See. WliorUg. Pure crnb cider for salo by tho barrel. . Apply to Joe D. Brashear, Addison, Ky. A fine lime and sand stone quarry for rent or leaio on tho L., St. L. & T. -- allroad. V. S. Ashby, Cloverport, Ky. For 1 SjU.k, 10 bead of young cattle. R. C. Mattlngly, Balltown: ., wlliMiflEMaissVi .jfcsTi "" Wanted to trade fruit frees for a hirse AV. S, Ashby, Olovcrport, Kyi 5 - ' For Salic, 15 foaled by Anlo. good stylo. Ono black Cuyler stallion about handi high, two years old 20th June next, Has heavy main and tall, V. M. Ditto, Urandenburg; T r :& 7 HUMPHREYS' Dr. IIuiiriinEvs'Bi-BciFirnro scientifically ami carefully preared prescriptions t used formally years In prlrute practice wuhsuccc!,aii(ltor over thirty yuan used by tho people. Every single Sue-clf- lo u a sixnlal cure for the cllscaso named. These H pool tics cure without druculnir, pure-I- n or reducing the sjitcm. nnd nroln met nnd !Ulic bo verclBii remedies ortlieAVorhl. Printers' Ink usirorruiscirALNos. er COFFEES J, F. SULZER Hogs! Hogs! & BRO., CLOVERPORT, KY. ctim congestion. Inflammation... '2 !'? Worms. Worm l'over. Worm Colic !t (Irving; Oallr.orTeethlnirnMnrnnli .. -x .": 3i;iurrucii, ui wnuurcnor AUiuu... Griping, Itlltoua Collo ,, (jlioleru. Morlum, vomiting A 7cicT. .ir '. .25. .VS5 .11 us 8 Nnurnlictn, Toothache, Paconche .. II Tendaclic, Blclclleaduche, Vertigo 10 Jlyspcpsla, Bilious Htnmach... 1U .Yimou, too rromse rertoda l.'l Croun. Couch. Difficult Iirpaihlnir 14 Hnlt lllionui, Erysipelas, Eruption.' ,MS 1A Klieiniiuttuni, Kheumatlo i'ulnt 'J.l A TI KfYcrand A sun, ClillU, Jlalarla 7 riles, iiitnd or Uloedlne . ft (!ntarrh, Influonta, Com in the Head '2H Wkuoplnn; (oiiph, Violent Uoucha. ..It) llclillltj .l'hyslcal Weakness .nt Hi ii rinpiiroiiiaeuor 1'crtoUs. 1 Hogs! I o Election Notice Eight One Vngllih Herkihlre rigs Sow from imported stock.. The Pigs by Imported Kubler No. 22,853. 'He cost W. T. Miller. Bowling Oreon, Ky., $700. These fino Tigs 'iwral ur tlrlnnry Wonku cs, weiunR ilea, Lust .an uiiDsieioi men cnri,raiiiauoai.t)if . .AM will be sold at reasonable prices. Jersey Heifer in calf, Jersey Cow Froth May fair prices. Dr, J. E. Bkown, Cloverport, Ky. lt,"t Bold by Druggists, or sept postpaid on receipt of price. Dr. Hjjuul, (UI ticrs) richly bonnd In cloth and tfm, mailed tret. II nmphroye'Medlcl neCo.ta) Fulton at. N Y. It SPECIFI OS. - .".A !! iinMlHTIffiii jintflifrtirnrfrgaiifiii n uaniMinrni i ..U I-'?'.?. I00AL BREVITIES.. 1 1 1 1 s F itti 1' ri 1 rrrrri mini ittt "City election next Monday. Hcliool trustee election next Saturday. AVIicn you go to Hardinsburg Mop at the Huekeuy House. Two English Berkshire bow pigs ,for sale. Dr. J. E. Brown. Southdown ram for sale. Young and line. Dr. J. E. Brown. Don't buy carpets until you see my samples. J. L. .Miller. I will Bell you carpets cheaper than any house In the city. J. L. Miller, Golden Scnbright bantam eggs, pure blood, at $1.50 for 13. Dr. J. E. Brown. Mr. Galloway, living near town, had a fine .horse bitten by a rattlcsnrikc last week. S. B. Adkisson sold his pair of mules and wagon Saturday to A. L. Howard for 285. Tho very latest those new rubber bath brushes. Don't fail to sec them at Owen's. Born, to tho wife of Bobt. A. Patterson, April 24th, a son. Mother and child doing well. Cheapest carpets, Carpets. latest patterns. Latest colors in carpets, at J. L. Miller's. Tho Thomas Sherlock lay up hero several hours Sunday morning repairing her machinery. Insure your life in the old reliable United States Life Insurance Company of New York. Tho Methodist church will be ready for occupancy the third Sunday in May, .Childrcns' Day. ltov. G. C. Ovcrstreet preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and Sunday night. Mr. Abshire, of this city, has been awarded the contract for building the new mill at Irviugton. Jersey cow, Southdown ram, good horse, English Berkshire pigs to trade for lumber. Dr. J. E. Brown. Mr. Johnson has removed from the Cooper house to the Chapin flats on the corner of High and First streets. Mr. Jcsso L. Owen, of near Falls of BougliTshipped thirtjhcad of fino hogs from this city to Louisville Sunday. Eggs Eggs I Bronze turkey eggs from Mrs, Crabb's flock of best blood in the State, at 3.00 per doz. Dr. J. E. Brown. Eight-foo- t cedar fence posts, nice and straight and good size, for bale by Gregory & Co. Cheaper than was ever known. Clover creek is getting itMilf in good shape for tho Nimrods who aro anticipating some splendid sport this season. Barnaul's advertising car passed down to Owcnsboro Friday. This the greatest of all shows will exhibit in that city 1 WE TOLD YOU SO Those who took our mlvico nnd invested in ono of our Spring Overcoats arc "heeled" for this change in the weather. We told you so, and wo tell you now, look out for more of tho same sort, nnd don't forget "Blackberry Winter." Wo have a most complete line of these useful as well as ornamental garments, in beautiful colors and various fabrics. They range in price from the cheapest to the finest. Don't put off buying ono it may cost yoji a spell of sickness and a doctor's bill. Ladies who wish to fit out their little "toddlers" will save much time and money by coming direct to us. We have a magnificent stock of Boys' and Children's Clothing, from the cheapest to the finest, at unusually low prices. Gentlemen will find in our house the only completely home-ma- de stock of Clothing in he city. It 1s the best. It is the cheapest. Come and sec us. L. D. Addison's Cheap .1 im Cash 5m Wmim ' &- - am making a grand display, a .if' i ' KV OKTI great galaxy of Bargains. NK 1'R, wero we so well equipped with quantity, quality, valuo and variety in Spring Uoods. Our matchless stock this season everything now, and dissimilar In many eisentlal particnlars to any shown elsewhero In this county. All the now shapes, new patterns, now designs, now ideas and new novel-tic- s In our store, grado for grade, price for are price. A marked incrcasa In my business Is pr.of conclusive that there Is a vast difference in the prices for goods asked by me, and thojo by others'. Come nnd seo what wo can save you in ' Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figais taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taslo, and acts gentlyyet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, .dispels colds, headaches and fovcrs and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind over produced, pleasing to the tasto and acceptable to tlio stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its cfTccts, prepared only from tho most healthy and agrccablo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and liavo mado it tho most ponular remedy known. Syrup oi Figs is for salo in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable drugpistwho may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who J)o not accept wishes to try it any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUt CO. SAN FRANCISC 1, CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. ENJOYS ML 5 c' iiv -- ,sss Who Loves Birdie? BOYS', YOUTHS' and MEN'S JULIUS S. E. COR. WINTER & III "Old Reliable" Clothiers THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. I I I Our department for Men'a Furnishing goods s positively uncquolcd, everything down to bargain prices. .My stock Is larger than my storeroom, and for want of space am compelled to unload. Boys' Suits from $1.25 to $4.00 loullis' Suits from $3.50 to 0,50 Men's Suits from $.1.00 to $17.25 worth elsewhero $20.00 I I I CLOTHING! This may he an important question to tho parties concerned. But, we've n question to nslc which h far more important to you nnd everybody ' j who buvs (GROCERIES.) ? Love s Bargains: That is the Question. "Yo want to introduce everybody in town to to the best and biggest bargain stock that was ever' sold in tliis vicinity. We oiler bargains, whether the test be quality, quantity or price, and better bargains we never made. "WHO N I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Pants from 50 cents to $8.50 for the finest. Best Blue Cottonndcs 50 cents per pair. FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS. Jap. Wo are authorired to announce an n Candtdnto for Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to the action of Democratic! State GRORGEH. MADDEN, Convention. ft FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS, " We are'autborized to announce of tho City of Louisville, as a candidate- for Judgo of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of tho Democratic party of tho Third Appellato District. Wo are authorized to announce JOHN ROBERTS, to tho tffico of os a candldato for Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the notion of tho Democratic party. JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, John Allen Murray, Wm. K. Barnes, ktf Cloverport. llaidlnsburg. &, Attorneys Physician kx U r.f" i MURRAY BARNES, aCJ-jO-TT. Hardinsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. Br. J. T. BAKER, HARDINSBURG, KY. and Surgeon, Juno 2d. 4 1J r &. , m 1 V -- a. 'wo ' ft J i.' ?V Bt tp.- ifV ffV g J- - i' '"",.-- " -- ft ifhlk lv "sr , U r ?. J c on lirick Corner. Marshal Graham had his hands full Saturday. There were several drunken men in town, consequently he had to M, make several arrests. Call and seo my now hat racks j also a full line of chairs and parlor suits, bedOffice our Jlkhtwhon's HarJimre ttore. room suits and a full line of furniture. CLOVERPORT. KY. Cheap for cash. J. L. Miller. Dr. J. E. Brown wants to trade a fine Jcrbcy cow, somo fino thorough-bre- d pigs and a horse for lumber. Call and WEDNESDAY. APRIL V.0, 1890. see him and mention this paper. PERSONAL. Chinaman says "samee as Melican man," and wo say if Ganter's chicken A. M.'McCmcken was in town Friday. cholera cure fails to cure, your money Ion-daGeo. Ilently went to Ilawesville will be refunded by G. W. Short. Maj. C. W. Fowler will bo ready to Forrio Wilkcreon was at lionio last make his report to the city council, at its week. meeting Friday night, on tho location of Dr. A. A. Simons went to Iiiinliiihuurg the new street into the Oglesby addition. Monday. S. K. Dent and II. B. Head represent MnJ. J. T. Miller went to Hardjnsburg the United States Life insurance Comyestertlay. pany of New York, in this county, a Mrs. A. H. SUfflinan went to Louisville good old line company. There is none Thursday. better. Mr. A. 11. Skillnmn went to Skillman Judgo James Stuart has sold his resilast week. dence and ten acres of ground near Owcnsboro to A. S. Mitchell for 7,000. C. AY. Moorman returned from LouisThis is one of tho prettiest places around ville Friday. Sam Sulzcr, of Cannelton, was in the Owcnsboro. The city of Ilawesville has brought city Thursday. to Louis- suit against the L., St. L. & T. Railway Mr. Geo. Short and wife went Company for 5,000 damages sustained ville yesterday. by tho erection of a nuisance m the form """Wilson Jolly, of Hardinsburg, was in over and across AVater of their road-be- d the city last week. city. street in that Hon. U.Y. Bush, of Ilawesville, was Dr. Brown is putting up another neat in town last week. frame cottage near tho depot. This will Miss Lela Ilcnly returned from Washbo tho fourth house tho Doctor has ington Wednesday, buflt in tho last six months. He is tho W. O. Allen and F. N. D'Huy went to only man in town that seems to have Hardinsburg Monday. any faith in the house problem for this Mias Sallie Pmnphrey was down from city. Holt Sunday and Monday. Our advertisers made another run on It. B. Tierce went to Louisville yes- us this week and monopolized considerterday returning last night. able of our space. If they keep this Smith went to Owcns-bor- o thing up they will forco us to enlarge. Master Liburn In tho meantime, wo hope our readers last week to visit relative's. and correspondents will bear with us, Miss Lucy McGavock is visiting relatand we'll get even by and by. ives and friends in town this week. . Shall-cros- a Tho trial of Scott Tindlo for shooting Mrs. E. L. Clark and Miss Lida AVes. Beatty in Hancock county last to Cannelton last week. went which was6ct for last AVcdnesday, Mrs. F. K. D'JIuy and Mrs. Eugene week, did not come off on account of the nonHaynes went to Louisville Monday. appearance of tho witnesses for tho ComMr. 1). W. Smith, of Hardinsburg, was monwealth. He was held in a bond of " in the city last week visiting relatives.500 for his appearance at a future time. Itev. I. B. Timberlako was down from Beatty is very low and his recovery . Kpw Albany on a flying visit lust week. doubtful. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Stephens and Miss From all accounts, one of tho firemen Torrio Hardin, of Holt, were in tho city of tho L., t. L. &, T. railroad is getting Saturday. swimmingly with tho fair sex Brashear, of Owcnsboro, along Mrs. J. along tho line, eKiecially in IJawesville. spent n few ilnya in the city this week He is made tho recipient of boquots and visiting old friends. many other testimonals of esteem, and Mrs. Martin Whitford and daughter, flio boys aro contemplating an investigaliw Martlne, returned from Eastern tion of his caso before he leaves for Cal' Kentucky last week. Frank has doubtless aroused ifornia. Mrs. II. V. Duncan returned from tho jealousy of his less favored rivals. Loulsvillo Saturday with a handsome Here is a short sormon by a woman. now stock of millinery. Dr. Gilletto and son, arrived in though not preached from a pulpit. It Mrs. tho city Sunday and are visiting Mr. anil is a good one, and is pretty sure to hit your caso somewhere, whatever may bo Mrs. Marion Hamblcton. Chick, of Mt. Sterling, ar- your ago and circumstances: "The best Mrs. Georga to give to an enemy is forgiveness; rived Monday to seo her mother, Mrs. thing to an opponent, lolcranco ; to a friend, is quite ill. Eliza Watkins, who your heart; to your child, a good examMiss Etta Wilkerson returned from ple ; to your father, deference ; to your Lexington last Wednesday, accompanied mother, conduct that will mako her by her sibtcr, Mrs. David StanclifT, nnd proud of you ; "to yourself, respect ; to all son, Waster Forrest, to whom she had men, charity. Ex. lwen paying a visit. Clayton, Dr. J. Physician and Surgeon, Breckenridge News. As we go to press there is no change for tho better In tho condition of Rev. AV. K. Penrod's children. L. D. Addison takes a column this week to let the people know what an army of bargains ho has in store for them. It is an interesting column, and should be read and studied by everybody in search of something to eat and wear. Misses Fannie Brashear, Lula Owen, Minnie Murray, Sallie Pmnphrey, and Messrs. Leon McGavock, Ira DcIIavon and O. T. Skillmaii formed a jolly party that spent Saturday night and Sunday at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. II. McGavock in the country. They report a most enjoyable time, which statement n hospitality of their hosts tho will certainly verify in every particular. Tho Bottom road above town took another move towards tho river last Friday. All the work and money expended upon it will have to be done over again. It seems like a waste of time as well as money to try to make a good road over this piece of ground. It has already, we understand, cost tho railroad people nearly 2,000 to keep their track in shape, and their road now lacks a great deal of being in a good condition. The county road lies just above it and slides down with the railroad. Last week the slide carried loth roads about threo hundred feet towards the river, and it cost tho railroad company more than 100 to repair it. The next heavy rain that comes the same trouble will occur again. AVe understand a good road can bo made over the hill, and if it can, the bottom road should be abandoned and the money spent there. It is just like throwing money in the river to spend it in repairing the old road. well-know- LUCK DID NOT TURN THEIR HEADS. Two Wise Young Clerks Who Won WHITE GOODS. from 5o tj 25o yard. Fine Chock cross bur (for cross stitching) 8yt and 10 c. Cross Band nnd Satin striped India Linen 10 c Colored plaid and strled India Linens 15 c. y Satin stripo, cream, blue nnd blnok piquet 15 c. India Linens Polka Dot White Swiss 20 cents y. worth 25 c. Fine French Mull 20 o. yard worth 25 c. 42 in. White Flounclng's deep hem tucks and not always turn tho heads of those who Inserting abovo 20 cents y. worth 25. profit by it. A couple of weeks ago they 45 In. Embroidery Flounclngs scolloped edgo drew $15,000 in tho Louisiana State Lot60 o. yard. 15 in. Embroidery Flouncings tery and have already received tho monHncr scilloped edgo 00 c yard ey. Instead of celebrating their good fortune by giving up their places and 45 In. Hemstitched Embroidery Flounclngs handsomo goods 85 o yard. proceeding to "enjoy life," as so many Embroidered Suitr, scolloped edgo, hemstitch persons do under similar circumstances, they put their money in bank, and are tucks, something vory fine nnd sheer, down to working just as hard at soiling tea as $5.00 suits All over embruideries, sheer nansook emthey did before they became bloated capbroideries, in all narrower widths at prices to italists. A News reporter saw Mr. Hud suit each and every one. Oriental Lace son this morning at his place of business. Flounclngs 50 c and 75 o yard. "Have you received your money yet?" All the above goods should be seen to apinquired the reiwrter, "A'es," was the preciate their value ut prices quoted. reply. "We learned of our good luck 3 inch wide Hamburg 5 c 500 N. Gay St. furnish an interesting fact that a stroke of good fortune docs $15,000 in the Louisiana State Lottery. Henry Hudson anil Harry Knotts, two young clerks in C. D. Kenny's tea store, yard. teiilst, CLOVERPORT, KY. CORN DEILLS, WALKING CULTIVATORS, RIDING CULTIVATORS, SPRING TOOTH HARROWS, Delivered to any railway btafiui in Pay for themselves first season. Breckenridge County free. If you want them or a good March 12, we placed the day after the drawing, and our coupon in he hands of the VA " 7K " VA 1'A " II. II. II. (Hotanlc I!lood Halm). y. If you try thin remedy you will y as many others hare said, that is tho iikst blood purifier and tonic. Write Blood JJalin Co., Atlanta, da., for book of convincing testimony. J. P. Davis, Atlanta, Gu. (West End), writes : "I consider that D. B. I), has permanently cared me of rheumatism and sciatina." It. It. Sautter, Athens, da., says : "O. B. B. cured me of an ulcer that bad resisted all other treatment." K. G. Tinsley, Columbia, Ala., writes: "My mother and sister had ulcerated sore throat and scrofula. B, B. B. cured theiu." Jacob F. Sponclor, Nenna'n, Oa., writes : "B. B. B, entirely cured me of rhenmatism in my shoulders. I used six bottler." No. 2027 Foautain Street, Chas. Baltimore, Md., writes: "I suffered with bleeding piles two years, and am glad to say that one bottle of B. B. B. eured me." J. J. Hardy, Toccoa, Oa., writes: "B. B. B. is a quick cure fur catarrh. Three bottles cured me. I had been troubled several years. A. Spink, Atlanta, Ga., says: "One bottle of B. B. B. completely cured my child of eczema." W. A. Pepper, Fredonla, Ala., writes : "B. B.B. cured mv mother of ulcerated sore throat." Adams Express Company for collection. I tell you it made me feel like a now man when I handled my half of it, and my friend was just as happy its I w as. "Both of us made up our minds to hold on to our heads and not let our good fortune run away witli us, so we deposited the money in bank the same day. It is there to stay, for a while at least, as my friend and I don't intend to give up our places just yet. "It only cost me 50 cents to get that 7,500 and it happened this way," continued Mr. Hudson. "My friend and I had invested a dollar, or fifty cents apiece without getting anything, and we began to feel like dropping the thing. In fact wo came very close to not buying a ticket this month, 'We haven't struck anything yet,' said my friend, 'but still fifty ccpts apiece isn't much. AVe won't miss it even if we dont get any thing.' "I thought I would likely spend the money for somethin else, anyhow, so I said all right, and we sent one dollar and got ticket, No. 8,132, which won .".00,000, of which we received 15.000, tho part." It is said that another Baltimorean drew 15,000 in last month's drawing of the lottery, which was collected through tho Franklin Bank of this city. At tho bank the officers refused to say anything about tho matter. Baltimore (Md.) News, March 27. " " 0 VAA 15 A full " " " " " " 10 still finer finer viy, 15 20 Thresher, Engine or Saw Mill, You can make money by buying from " " Lace at prices which will astonish you, assortment of Insertingsand 25 35 40 Vandyke It. J. BASSETT & BRO., LEITCHFIELD, KY. DUESS GOODS. Chullics, half wool all new spring shades 10 c. worth 10 o Mohairs, half wool all now spring shades 10 o worth 15 c Satin Diagonals, nil new spring shades 15 c worth 25 c New English Mixtures, all new fpring shades 15 o worth 25 o French Henrietta, all now spring shades 25 o worth 35 e. Best American Dress (Unchains 0 c worth 10 c A full lino of outing Cloth, Salines, Ac. The new Brocaded Chambrics (pure linen) Surah Silks in the new shades. Also a full line of oriental hand trimmings at reduced prices. New cream white all wool braids from ' In. to Ji inches wide for trimming Lawn Tenia and Sailor suits. Velvet Itibbons, Satin back from A In. to 2 Inches wide. Best Apron Oingams B'A c yard worth 10 c. Best American Cballles 5 to TA worth 6 'A 1 WHEELERS. A word to the Wheelers. You needn't consult any- body nor make any arrangements in regard to your supplies. I am selling goods now lower than any living man Come to my store in can sell them and always have. All novelties in spring shades, Turkey Reds Indigo Bluo and Bordered Calicos. Every thing in the house goes at 0 c. per yard. These Calicos are the best goods. No cheap flimsy stuff. Heavy Cotton Shirting plaids 5 c yard. toti'Ao Hardinsburg and it will lake me only a few 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 am the original low price man of this county. PARASOLS and FANS. A full 'line In all the latest If you want goods bring along the cash or its equivalent, produce. novelties and styles. NOTIONS. 20 and 25c Ladies Vest 10 to 75 o Gloves all shades 75 to $.100 New Linen Lap Hobes 25 c New Chutalain Bags White and colored Bed Spreads, Pillow Cases, 50 c pair worked with red 10 o pair Canvas Belts different shades Leather openwork belts all ssudes 25 c Club or lruvellng Satchels 15 to 40 o or work baskets, fancy Scrap Children's Hoods in all styles and shapes Chinalie Cords all colors and kinds. ..10 o yard 10 o each Silk cords and Tassels 5 o ball Tinsel in all Metallo shades Motalio Sequins TA c doten 15 " Hammered Brass Cresents llan-I- e " 35 Cresents Cow Bells, Metallo shads 25 " Different styles of Silk and Plush ornaments 35 c doicn, J. A. WITT, Hardinsburg, Kyv. A Little Boy Outrageously Assaulted, THE MERCHANTS6 OF 'THIS CITY Henry Moorman, tho little son of AVill AGREE TO CLOSE UP AT 7 P. M. Moorman, of Breckenridge county, who is visiting at Judgo AV. T. Owen's, was All Go Into the Arrangement Except spinning his top a day or two ago on the Ono Party. pavement in front of the residence, when Wo the undersigned merchants of the a nogro boy named Graham camo along City of Cloverport agree to close our re- and took tho top away from him. Tho spective places of business at 7 o'clock little fellow told him he intended to have p. in. each day, from May 1st to October tho toj back. Yesterday the negro came along with two or three others and said, 1st, J890, except Saturday of eaeh week, "So you aro going to tako that top away evenings of each month. and from me, aro yon ?" and struck the little Cloverport, April loth, 1890. boy with a brickbat, splitting his ear and & Bit)., J. F. Sulzer making an ugly wound behind it. A J. T, Patterson, physician had to sew tho ear up. If the J. D. Babbage, negro can bo found by the little boy's Bowmer & Hambleton, may escape with his life, but Payne & Co., this doubtful. Owcnsboro Messenger. AV. G. Short, per Bamsey, pay-day Field Seeds, Funic A. Implemehts, WALTER WOOD GROCERIES. Boit Green Coffee " Good 18 lb Light O Sugar 17 lb Light New Orleans Sugar 10 lb White B Sugar 14 lb Granulated Sugar 4 lb Best Illce Best White Benns Choice New Orleans Molasses 22 A 20 Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes. The Love Sewing Machine. Handsomest Stock of Furniture in the County. - I. The bebt salve in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively H. T. Edwards' Body Recovered. cures Piles, or no pay required. It is The remains of II. T. Edwards, of Falls guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or Figs 10 c lb 10 IVico 2contB per Dates of Bough, who was drowned oil a raft money refunded. And a full which struck a pier of the Spottsvillo rail- 1k)x For salo by G. AV. Short, Clover- Groceries atlino of all kinds of staple and Fancy the lowest possible prices. y port, Ky., and J. A. AVitt, Hardinsbuiy, road bridge March 15, were found two miles below Sjotbwillo. Tho Kv. Pure Crab Cider, $10.00 per barrel body was easily identified, Edwards being A reward of 30 tq d man. a Thanks, Bro. Underwood. We mean business, come and see us and you tho recovery' of his body was offered by Will prevent tho ravages or CholTho Bitix'KK.vitii)E News comes out will be pleated with what you get. his widow, but as no definite information era on any twin stock, and, In We can fit you out for everything you may this week with a now dress, nnd looks as tome was attainable tho body was temporarily case will euro Cholera, although with, to commence wo bright as a sweet girl graduate. Tho wish Spoon and Cup to a Bed Koom Set. from a Come will not Insuro It to Jo so. ' interred where it was found. Itev. Mr. News is an exception to the average Ken- Tin and see us. minister, found the Freeman, a Methodist It has been tried and thoroughly tucky county paper, from tho fact that it Yours Truly, tested by many of tho best farmers body. Owcnsboro Messenger. printed, ably edited and alis cleanly In llreckonrldgo and Hardin wmn- AVe tako pleasure in ways readable. tics and has naver failed. twi Cannoting its evidences of prosperity. are the names of somo of our farmers who havo tested Its merits : John Meador, Belt4i Jtaea ' nelton Enqiflrer. Z Aud, Coctllan j Chas. llardaway, BewleyrlU. Hob English, ADDISON, KY. Vig Springs; leaches us Dr. 0, Cholera " Castorla. that Hog Experience canno) bo cured except ln,rr Wlion Baby was sick, we Be nu i m tkl. i It. E. Moorman, Vest & Sons, John McLary, F. Fraize, B. F. & D. S. Itfehardson. AVm. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 25 o 3 o pound 40 e gal i 35 " Virginia Sorghum, something tine 25 " County Sorghum T o lb Bacon.... Try our best Flour, Addison's Patent 05 o sack 45 " Good Flour II 00 Salt McGLOTHLAN BROS., Irvington, Ky. AVed-ncsda- A Sure Hog Cholera Preventive. J. E. MOORMAN'S one-arme- Hoq "GlioloraL ProventiYe house-keepin- g L. D. Addison, " ' When btie was o. Child, alio cried for Castorla. When alio became Miss, aha clung to Castor!. When the had Children, she gave them Costorla- For Sale. Pure Brod Berkshire PI&s, all ages. Eligible to registry. For Prices nnd other Information address J.T. Hardinsburg, Ky. KoBiBDS, Dealer iu Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hardware, Tinware, Furniture, Glassware 4 Quoensvt are, HaU and Caps and Sowlog Machines. merely a preventive which, if glcu aocordtng to directions, we waMt to It I put up in sacks at 12 Ji cent per pound. Twenty. Ave AOBNT3 Deard 1 Tsa puswn tfc "ffltsfl teHBhtva ktallti " & tin fnn In a A t Beeler, Uardlnsburg; Q. W. Bhort, Clovorperlj ' J J J. . t. MOORMAN, . Ow o T, Jo A jw i.jfr. h rtl3L "&.d. ty ' Jj&. -- jA - V .? P iWtot., -- aAsNfcr"' . i,sjpw'Nt"(w"li',l"ili "J uiiiiHinunwi"ipi iupwuimf jw jwwjjmnmnuui!i '.g7'"-- "'wiw,'Jtif!i'nTXT'"' Substantially and sufficiently it may be said the South is the Eldorado of the newt half century, 'mi Breckenridge News. CINCINNATI Y. M. BLUE GIMSS BRAUTIKS. DAISY DEGLOWING FITZHUGH'S SCRIPTION OF THflft CHARMS. C. A. w V Manufacturer's Record., r I Sever Before IIASTHEKEBfcEN SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY I FOR PROFITABLE HEAL ESTATE OPERATIONS AS WILL BE AFFORDED AT THE Now Hullillni: t Ho Krrctcd ThU7Siinimer at Coil r 8100,000. Tho plans for tlio now Y. M. C. A. hullding of the Cincinnati association have boon completed by tho architect, and m soon ns tin Unifications nro drawn contracts will bo let. Tho present tpjartersnro nt Sixth and Elm street, but this property will Ixs sold. The now building will stand on tho northwest corner of Sovcnth and Walnut streeU, two squares from tho government buiHIng. Tho old dwelling houses that occupied tho site liavo been removed to mnlio way for tho new structure, which will front 100 feet on Wal nut street with n depth of T34 feet on Sev0 enth. Its cost vill bo 8100,000, of which has already been pledged. It Is expected that with tho money realized from tho salo of tho present property and additional subscriptions in sight, tho association will more into tho new building frco of debU In tho accomplishment of this improvement in llfo tho association U mainly Indebted to the energetic worl; of Secretary Goorgo T. Howser, who went to Cincinnati fivo years ago from Chicago, where ho is nlo well known for activity in Y. M. C. A. lubora. Tho new building ill lx) built of stone and pressed brick, u it li dr(.-(- l stone flnir.li. The entrance from Walnut street is 15 feet wide and loads by granite stcjis to the main floor, upon w hlch is tho iwcretary's room, an assembly hall, 4.'ix(57 feet, with seating accommodation for "500 in tho auditorium and 2.V) in tlio gnllei- ; a lecture room, lioxlCJ feet; a reception hall, 10x2S feet, nnd association olllces, toilet rooms, coat rooms, etc. The second floor, from which entrance is hud to the gallery of tho assembly hall, contain! members' pallors, gcnernl hall, recreation rooms, and n reading room with accommodations for a library of 5,030 volumes. The third floor contains tlio ladles' parlor, six class rooms, n hall for tho literary society of tho association, and a promenade corridor 10 feet $70,-00v - LAND SALE AT ! Last autumn, when a golden glory was over all the landscapo and the perennial verdure of tho fields was intensified by a brilliant sprinkling of shed leaves, delegates from tho congros visited Lexington, ple think. An unhandsome Blue Grass woman is an anomaly. 1)i:aii HitCTiiRiir.v: Having seen thro' tho columns of the IIiirckknuiihii: Nr.ws and Women Who Are of that you aro this ovenlngnbout to confer Arlatocratln IHi.cent I'm traits Mini I'm. ofi Pages Richardson, llnynes and MarSketrlic of flrnrcrul Matron nnd Maid, quest. While no more tlion n schoolgirl sh shall tho Ranks of Esquire anil Knight, I ens I'.ilr to "cb. married J. Lawrence Jones, commonwealth'! take this method of sending to you my attorney ill the Lexington district, who died greetings, and extend to tliem tny wannlomo years ago. Her second matrimonial venture was with R. B. McFerran, a wealthy est congratulations at having passed Louisvllllnn, from whom sho obtained adl- - through the trying ordeals to which they mrty.have hecn subjected. The lodge is to bo congratulated on tho addition of these bnivc Knights, all of whom. I know, nnd two of whom are mallear to me in friendship as to make mc wish I were present to extend the hand of welcome. , Pardon mo for savimr Unit the lovo I have for my homo makes your lodge have a warm place in my heart, though it has never been my good fortune to enter its Castle Hall. Its continued prosperity Is my heartfelt wish, the happi ness of its members my desire. S2?wlfc &($ rVv!r- Very truly yours in F. C. & I'., 1t Roirr. :. Woods C. C, sy.v', MUS. J. O. 1IUDBEI.U P. P.'xxvii.j j Muldraiigh, Xo. If.. Her 'prentice ban' 1IIS1 iiosalie Stp.ivaiit. J Sho tried oilman, v rco after a brief, unhappy marital expert-nicAnd then sho niado the lassies 01 There nrtniany'C'qtiglijBeinedit's, hut She is a "miracle of loveliness, all sings Bobby Burns of Madam Nature He graced, summed up and closed in little." 'She only ono "Certajn though Cure." Sec specifically doubtless would have said inoro is not tall, and her flguro is of a rounded that tho trade mark "C. C. C." is on the had his Information ranged so far: slenderuess. Her faco is tinted like n bit of Hlio mado tho Blue Grass lassies 01 Dresden china, with a fluff of brown gold wrapper nntl blown in the bottle. Sold Beautiful women are a staplo of Kentucky. hair about it. She delights lu filling her lux- by G. W. Short. Olio takes it ns n foregono conclusion, and urious Blue Grass homo with gay company, feels nn aggrloved surprisa nt any deviation among whom sho herself is the animating from the generally accepted law fine women, Loulsvllles St. Louis & Tevs H. R. Co, spiiit. fine horses, fluo whisky, a traditional KenOno of tho greatest toasts nnd beauties the tucky trinity, even though the linking of the state has ovwr known is Miss MagglalL Clay, three may bo ull but a profanation of Bourbon county. AVhcrever she may be, 3STO. Yet the focusing of all these goodly things on promenade, in church, in ball room or opIs found best in one w Ide, fertile sjiot the era box, eyes turn to her nnd linger, under Illuo Grass region. So, at any late, her peothe subtle magnetism of her lx.auty. Taking Stewart, a distinguished physician and superintendent of the Feeble Minded iustltuto of tlio state. There Is n certain dash und "chic" about her beauty, and especially is she fair to seo when garbed in the quaint empire gowns sho much nITects her Greek profllo in strong relief unci her violet eyes upturned, Mrs, May Vlloy Joue is that most dangerous tiling, a lovely widow. Yet, us beautiful Mrfy Viler, of Woodford county, this dainty bit of femininity began her career Of con- Sends Greetings. Kt.iz vmmiTow n, To Cloverport Lodge, No, K., (11, April 14, K, of IKiKJ. Greeting; 1, Whal-i- s A- SmamsmaammmBBmar. STORIA ,. . Cagtorla I Dr. Saml Pltohor'a old, harealoss and qnlok onro for Infants ruiuT Children's Comnlalntir Superior to Castor Oil.j Parcgorio or Narcotic Syrups. Children cry for Castorla. IS11-- lions of Motltora liloss Castorln. A ! ni Castorla currs Colic, Constipation ; Bour BtomAcb, Diarrhoea, l.ructatlon ; 03 healthy sleep ; also alrfa digestion ! Without narcotic Btupefuctlon. Tub "I rocommnd Castorla for children's complnlnts.'os superior to any prcscilfition known to me." Cr.NTAcn i Ill fjcOxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y. CoMrANT, 77 Murray St, New York. II. A. Ahciier. M. D.. nH&Hxxsxaxasxxssxss .WVlXVAYV.VfrTAViVlVltVl,V OTIBRBACIER, 9ILM0M5 & CO.. V i I Wholesale 31S (SB 1 Ult1 lb f 3S1 TXT. 3EaiEL St., LOUISVILLE, KY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS. TIME SCHEDULE, Uffcct 12. PASEY. JwrFCS-- 00., j!? unuianAfOLis, . IND. b "Tirrar "v To doubt her fairness were to want an eyo; To doubt her piireness were to want a heart. WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE And thoso w ho know her best say that the purenes3 nnd sweetness of Iicr character, untainted through the adulation of a lifetime, is tho crow nlng glory to her charm. She has held queenly sway in tho stuto'a gay capital iu Loulsvlllo and at many fushlonnblo resorts, and lias said "Nay, nay f ' to as long a train of sighing swains us ever maiden lured Exclaimed the other day a to desperation. stranger in Purls, as he caught a glimpse of MUs Clay from n car window: "Tell me At 5;00 o'clck A. M., Sunday, Feb. 23, ir found JVai'nt UlIL AND &it fJoHiiif Traim "' JO-0- 2 10-210-31 2 Rxraicss. STATIONS. KXFRKS8. 8.00am Lv...UnjonDepot,Loul(v'e..Ar. 1.20pm 8.15, ...neniueky Street. 1.05 Alms House I'leasure Itldgc Park Valley Mendotr Lawn ,. Htver View 9 00 west Point 12 25 .. " Uncle Haven lii.o kong Branch 11.52am s Brandenburg ..11.10 .. Ekron U.31 .. Quston MWL.AND b.l.ll a- -' ' WO AA ml Va.j.fr. taofL v cash .Flrst-Clas- TTlth Order. ra. 11 II 1 "riiStmmLi7' mst'v rwr j lil m II -. 1 Strictly Warranted. AU becond Growth Hickory. Steel Axles and Tiros. y Perfectly Balanced. Low Bent Scat Arms. Lonir. Eosv llldlntr. Oil Temnered Snrine. i Best Wheels and Best All Over. IF YOU CAN'T FIHD THEM FOR SALE BY YOUR MERCHANTS, 7 sP r 4 -- "i- WRITE US. .. THE V. 31. C. A. Itl'ILDINO. Tuesday AM) Wednesday May 6th & 7th. 1890. GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for Reapers and Mowers, drain Fertilizer, Cement, igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal by the Barrel, Plaster Eair, Drills, MichO-- l Pine & Poplar Shingles al- St. Louis, Evansville West and Time-Car- The New Discovery. liciinl your friends nnd iii'iglilioix talking about it. Yon may youoclf tilt ninny' who know THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Al LINE. fiom pcrMiiuil just how fjooil (L. fc. AST. L. K. 11.) a tiling it is. If m lmvc cvtT tried it, you urc one of its Mumidiot friends, because the woiulcrjtil thing about it is, SHORTEST, QUICKEST that lien once given a trial, Dr. King's New lisc(,cr eer after holds a place AiNU UKST LINK TO in the house. If you have never used it and should be afllicted with u cough, cold or any Throat, l.ung or Chest AND ALLI'OINTS trouble, secure a bottle at once and give South-Wes- t. it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time, or money refunded. Trial liottles Free at (i. W. Short's, (,'loverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt's, llardinsburg, Ky. You liuve d Jirick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring ways kept on hand. Orders accompanied by cash promptly tilled. wide by SO long. On tho fourth floor oro additional clas looms, committeo and other ofllee rooms, a students' room and the Camera club quarters. M! The last named Is an entirely new feature in Y. M. C. A. building, and the Cincinnati association is tho first in tho country to provide a special department for nmatpur photoItlsS LILY noiUMIOlf. Three rooms, each IGxUl feet, graphers. tlio Illuo Grass capitul. Maj. H. C. McDowell, lm vu bnen assigned to the Camera club. 1 lioy are on the north side of the building, mid pro- whoso homo Isold historic Ashland, Just outvided w ltii line gallery skylights. Each room side tho city, and whoo wife is the granddaughter of the immortal Henry Clay, tenw ill liuve n completndark room attached, and light spaco dered tb.5 distinguished guests magnificent nro in all twenty-si- x feet of theie southern hospitality. for flnklimg picture. Every facility nnd enTo give the Blue Grass welcome, a more possible is extended to the great couragement army of amateurs, whom tho inauguration of churacteiistic coloring, and to giant tho nscompieheiisive an idea ns jxissihle this novel featurowill nttract. Above this floor, in the attic, ui e the laundry i ooms and of the glo.'ies of tho delectable section of country, a s'stei hood of local beauties was janitor's (matters. Below tho main floor Is tho mezzanine or bidden to ijrnco the scene. The to a man surrendered with a fervor and half floor, containing the locker boxes for the members wlio use tho gymnasium. There are dlspitch that would havo taken the breath 1,000 of these Ixixes. On this floor, also, is the away from any but a bevy of Kentucky girls visitors' gallery of tlio gymnasium nnd tho inured to conquest. One delegate who could bicycle storage loom, with sixty stalls for the not tall; English, but whosi enthusiasm chafed to find an outlet, consoled himself with gesticrolling steeds. The entianco to this department isdlieetly fnuii Seventh street, and tho ulations, and tho oneutteralico suitable to the quarters uie li2x'-i- l feet. Ileloir this is tho occasion at his command "Mammoth cave lieautifiil women!' Hero is tho gyniuasluin , Amidst tlio fairest women of the state, Mrs. II feet wide by 8."; feet long. Tlio projH-rceiling is J'J feet high. This room is to bo fit- J. G. Huhbclt, not uusuggestlve of Troy's Helen, stands out, like Iter, "a daughter of ted iii with the latest improved nnd most apthe gods, divinely tull, and most divinely proved appliances for physical cult lite, including a running track of thirty laps to tho fair." Sho is imperial with tho physique of a mile. This lliwr also contains n beta ling alley divinity mid hn rich coloring of a Greuzo. Her complexion in tint and texture is liko iO feet long; i lavatory and liatlirooms, occuthe heart of a rose, while her sumptuous hair, py ing a sputa LIlxSO feot; nsniimuln tank, when uiiboiiiel, falls about her in a veritable 15xo0 feet. 7 ho remainder of this basement, S.Vc.10 feet, devoted to engine and boiler rooms, elevator machinery, etc. The present hope of tho management of the association is to lmvo tho building leadyfor occupancy by tho ai rival of cold weather, Gbo. S. McDowell,. jr" 1 10.47 10.57 11.03 Irviogton Webster Lodlburg Pierco Saiuplo II U-2- 13 2 11.38 U.50a I2.08ru 12.23 12.31 12.52 1.05 1.15 .. Arr 1.39 1.49 2.07 2 16 MKS. MAY VILEY JONES. is quickly, who is that beautiful woman?" On being told he fell back in his seat and exclaimed, with fervent emphasis: "Her fuce is simply heavenly 1" The contrast between tho rose leaf fairness of her faco and her eyes, which havo caught tho starry black of midnight, gives a rare type to her loveliness. The w hiteness of her brow is intensified by tho dusky, soft hair nbovo it, while the Irregularitv of nose aud mouth is just enough to lend "Sho ensemble that touch that beauty needs to win. Miss Ruth Stanton has that Indefinable possession, "lo beau to du diable." Tho youth, tho freshness and the gny spontaneity of her nature lend her n charm as great as that she owes to gray blue eyes, ripe lips, a healthy English glow and n noso "tip tilted like a flower." Sho i one of tho six handsome daughters and a favorito one of Maj. H. T. Stanton, tho "poet laureate of Kentucky," tho author of tho immortal poem, "Tho Monoylovs Man," scores of other rhythmic efforts and several excellent novels, besides being identified as editor for many years, until its discontinuance, with Tho Kentucky Yeoman, tho Democratic organ of tho capi- 2.30pu Arr Stcpheosport Holt Cloverport Skilluian Hawesvllle Falcon Lcwlsport Powers Pat Owensboro Stanley Worthlngton Spottsvillo .'mrskett Henderson 11.20 .. 11.00 .. 10.51) .. 10.47 .. 10.37 .. 10.30 . 10.19 .. PIPES & DeHAVEST, 10.10.. U.64 .. 9.39 .. 9.23 .. 9.C9 .. General Commission Merchants 323 Second St., Louisville, Ky. Solicit consignments of all kinds of Country Produce from merchants and farmers. J8FDaily market quotatons furnished on application. Correspondence solicited. 8.50.. 8.30 .. 8.23 .. Lve 8 llili 7.45 .. 7.34 .. 7.1 1 .. 7.05 .. Lve 0.50am ZII'l'lNCOTT'S in itself. MAGAZINE, contents, is a library wilh it, It was indeed a hapy thought to prht an entire novel in each number. Not a short novelette, but a long story such as you are used to get in booh foivt and fijy from one dollir to one dollar and a halffor. Not only1hat, but with each number j on gel an abundance of other contributions, which gives you a good m igatine besides the novel. The ringing biotas which have been struck on the gateway of popular favor, have resounded Lippin-coil'throughout the entire land, and Magatine stands m the front rank if monthly publications, and is the most of publication of its kind iu tin. world. For full descriptive circulars, addi ess LirPJNCOTrS MAGAZINE, Philadelphia 53 oo peryear. 25 cIs. single number. The publisher of this paper will receive yjur s d WAk 3B.-- J 11 r btf-tJemk s Hi ' HKTMSy, jkv ms$&wktyi& slijr L.!.JK i IwSrssl mmmmFh ' T F&& VUX&2 CA W Z EViljisviIiLE,lND. subscription. tal. Tho most superb physique In Lexington belongs to Miss Lucy Lee Hill. She is a veritable Kentucky thoroughbred, with grace and THE YOUNG STALLION Happy Thought 1 ! H. W. HERNDON & CO., V Will make tho season of 1890 at ray stable, Holt, Ky., on the following terms $12 dollars to Insure ' maro in foal, the money duo whenever the fdo is accertained or the mare parted with. Happy Thoaght is 15 bauds high, three years old this spring, color a rich uiahoenny bay, long flowing main und tail, magnificent style and action. Produce k Oen'ral Coimiil'n No. 144 Third St., no shoes unless fl A TTlTlTflKT Take Uouclas' name and 1 V. I. the JIU.I prlco JtXJ M,If 1tlio denier nro Biainped onyou, bottom. send direct to factory, cncloslne uuwrtised price. M PEDiaHEE. Happy Thought sired by Happy "Cross, ho by Garrard Chief (2253) and he by Mambrlno Chief. 1st dam Pinkie by Kentucky Dronnon, 2d dam Cora Allison by Lee Paul. Kentucky Drennon by Old Drcnnon, 1st dam by Old Leo Paul Gray Eagle, 2d dam by DIomede. byLexiogton aud ho by Boston, 1st ditm Anna 0. by Imp. Glenco,-2- d dam by Waggoner. It will bo seen that Happy Thought is a fine saddler. THE JACK W0NDEII. Will make the season at the same stabloat$10 to Insure a mare in foal, money due when the fact is ascertained or maro parted with. MllR. OF.NIiVIEVE 1IO110AN JIlH.MOAIf. in Effect Bee, IS, Lv. Louisville 8:4i a.m.. .11:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. Louis 7:45 ...7:25 " KvaniTllIe 2:25 " 9:50 p.m. For further Information, call on or address, JOS. S 0DI0RNE, Oen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. Paug'r As'i, Louisville, Ky, ArrSt. One advantage of a building association is that the borrower must pay oil' his loan steadily, and thus the habit of thrift is formed and thoiotighly established, a man decides to lay aside so much per month to pay for his house, and in course of time owns his home, while his neighbor paying lent mouth by month, at the end of the same period has absolutely nothing to show for his outlay. H means of one of these associations the way is opened for any industrious, prudent person of good habits to become tlit owner of a homestead, either by building, buying or removing mi existing mortgage from one aheady in K)ssession, lie is taught to save. The thought and the necessity are constantly before him. His neighbor may spend his earnings freely, in a hundred dlllerentAMiys which wit such big holes in a workinginan's pocket-boobut this man and his wife, and his children, too, are full of the idea of paying up the regular dues, anil k they save money am! in the end own tin ir house. Cannelton Inquirer. Never Forgave Him. Mrs. Drown.-O- ur sex is advancing every iliiy. They arc beginning to appoint women in tlio hiiuiII pohtofllces. They Hhonld lmvo done that yearn ago. Jfrown.- - Xot at all. Thev had to wait till tho jMistal card went out of Magazine for May. fashion.--Lippincott'H TodB-oBBAlBJBAC- Attorney at Law, i i Tho end sought hi business transactolns is divid-eiid- . . couRTFHoust Hardlnsburg, Ky. Tho cool jKiker 'player never hIiowh u Hush on liis iaei'.llinghnmton Icepiib. golden shower. Tho contour of her face Is slightly Romanesque. Another churm bevoice. longing to her is a rich Both as Miss Laura Davidson ami sinco her marriage she has been one of tho most beautiful ana popular society women in central Kentucky. Her face It was tbo fairest That o'er the sun sliono on. 0..e might venture to say all this, and more if Ksslhlo, of Miss Lily Hoblnson and yet scarcely bo voted hyperbolical, since few lovelier faces could bo fancied than her own. She is tho granddaughter of Governor Robinson, one of the old granite, pillars of the commonwealth, and n daughter of Gen. James F. Robinson. Her father was brigadier general in tho late war, and has always been prominently identified with the history of the state. He is the most conspicuous turfman In Kentucky, being president of the Kentucky association. Ho was also predecessor of tho late William Cassius Goodloe as internal revenue collector of tlio Seveuth district. Ills daughter Is a rich "bruno'' beauty a "nut brown maid," with delicately chiseled features and dusky hair, that clusters about her brow and temples and the napo of the shaely neck in teudcrcst lovelocks. In her manner lurks a sort of coquettish defiance, which adds a piquancy to her rfanto loveliness and makes her as witching a maid as was over man's undoing. A supeibtypoof womanhood Is Mrs. GeOne hesitates nevieve Morgan Mulligan. where to fix his admiration in her caso, his allegiance compelled equally by iter beauty, her Intellectuality and that subtle charm of mamicr that subjugates even apart from the other attributes. Sho is a poet, an artist, philosopher, aud yet womanly past question, with u tender, fascinating womanliness. Tluoughout the statu and in metrofiohtan society everywhere Mrs. Mulligan has queened It royully, and yet is nowhero nioro irresistible than when In a iocm of n tea gown she dUpcnscs tea a la llusso in her genuine Sumovur to tho friends who lovo to flock about her in her plcturesquo homo near Lexington. There is something almost infantile in the rounded fairness of her fuco und the soft abandonment of ripply hair that tnakei her "inflnitcly lovable. Sho is the wife of Judge James II. Mulligan, a prominent lawyer and statesman, and a near relatlvo of John Morgan, thu noted Kentucky cavalry leader. Miss Rosalie Stewart has had a clean "walk over" to her position as a belle, Hlio numbers victims at her chariot wheels by the score, and tho famo of her young beauty it wjdesjiread. Her father Is Pr. J. Q. A. mezzo-soprano Louisville? Ky n lathe Y r A y it I" I world I Her dancing is the pootry of motion, mid her conversation has the charming brightness nnd vivacity of the typical southern girl. Her costumes are "chic'1 and stunning, generally conceived iu her own versatile brain, and admired and copied nd infinitum: She has been a reigning belle in Washington, Louisville, Nashvillo, Old Point, Baltimore, and holds her own magnificently y herever she may chance to be. HISS MAGGIE CLAY. vigor in every poso and tho prettiest lit tlo foot Gfr" K isrrw Fp? J. G. STEPHENS, HOLT, KY. m 10: W A L L ! FOR THE - hA i.oijgsviiiic, kv. '9', Daisy Fuznuon. James 11. Camp, Damii. The Great Spring Tonic. Busloojs Man. Sole Proprietor Man. W. II. Gilbert, Druggist, Aleany, Ga.. Important KifKiiucniciit writes : "Wo arc selling largo quantities TQO of Swift'H Specific for a spring alterative Farewell Joint Appearaaco of general health tonic, and with tho and St. 4 best resiiltH. There are many remark-ab- b evidences of its merit in this nec-tion- ." Row L. B. 1'aiiio, "Macon, Ga., writes : Supported by a powerful Dramatic Company, "Wu havo been using Swift's Specific at under the direction of tho orphans' homo us u remedy for blood AKTIIUR B. OUASE. complaints and as a general health tonic, Superb Scenery by - - , Erxkst Alhkbt. and havo had remarkable results from its Ituportolrc : two on tho childreiuuid employees of the Hlchelleu. Thursday, May 1st is such nu excellent toninstitution. It Macbeth. Friday, May 2J ic, and keeps tho blood so pure, tliuttho Hamlet. Sat. Matinee, May 3d system is less liable to disease. It lias Saturday Night, May 3d..Mercbant of Venice cured somo of'otir children of Scrofula." Nciilo of 1'riccH. Treatise oh Wood and Skin Diseases $5, ffl, $10, for tho season, according to locamailed free. tion. Co., Atlanta, Ga, Swift Sna-inOce Dollar. Genoral Aduiinloa 3La,37" 1, 2, 3, W. L. DOUGLAS Edwin Booth:- SHOE Grain nnd Creed, :Helena Modjeska. $3 Calf, Heavy tneed GENTLEMEN. Fine -- ill moor Wiitorurnof. llest In tlio world, r.xnmlno liis 1IANll-ti:iVK815.00 OIINIJINK HAND-SU- PAPERS JUST RECEIVED AT HIIOB. M4.1IO III! WHI.T SIIOK. H3.no l'OMCi; ANI I'AllMKllS' HIIOE. H2.ISO 1JXT11A VAT.1I11!AI,1' HIIOK. MS.aS A: 83 WOltlllNOJinN'H HUOIiR. .00 nnd 81.70 IIOVS' SCHOOL SIIOIIS. All raaua la Coogrcts, Button sad Lace. I SPRING TRADE! llest Miiterlal. llest Stylo. Host Fitting. IV. I.. Douelut. Ilrocliton, Slass. Sold by $3&$2SHOESlafd.I8. (ti.7s hiioi: ron susses. whiiBCOiwwveK ?9 B'ABBAGE'S CLOVERPORT, KY. Bowmer & Hambleton. art out 1. iuirltrrOfliwtwilIarndriitB oxirLntoir Inctchlocalltr, PVf' yirsMlirr"r TO wivt vis if mini tiu nrin HBBKUk. to ui m.lh. onetcan makt jurt of IHiJ th ehe Allroalivtodoln otr v001 to CVErM6HEflirctnrn'cla bowyour brUhhort tf. I anil Ihnis ftraiinA - rtanlac of tbU van Ths hi. nlffrtlMiatnl AYEMUHthowi tbi amtll tnd of tha ul. icop. Tbf fbUowtaff cut 1t tin rpirtu of U redacd to lllMTTelII Hs?MtlCa 1 Ono nfllin A lesson in Language. "What are wo waiting on, conductor?" asked a passenger from Chicago, when thu train ciimo to a stand-stil"Wo are waiting on tho track," replied tho conductor, who was n Boston num. Lippincott'H Magazino for Mny. l. Sub-scribo Season tale begins. April 1st at rTjr.nMI itlyjt'tm MHl-"II Ui, udllii the orlU. Ourlatrodue nneauftWd. nd to ' D. II. Baldwin It Cu's Single sala begins, April 15lh at No. 238 4th Avenue. For Information and orders fur teats address 1 ?.WBr" 4BBElhoiwUactn Hi JAMES U. CAMP, Business Manager, P. 0. Box 63, Louisville, Ky. .Iloduaed Rates on Railroads. SPECIAL Boston Symphony Orchestra, 80 Performers, May 8th. FINE SHOW GASES. flS-A- sk J for tlio IlitWK-iisnino- i: Xuws. foil, IhUi ill. 1.1.. r'l ' c(p..bm.Lc.:rtrTrWwllM.J)owyotthowTftu dr l uiuki from MIS lo IS t Oat ooc. 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