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It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy that positively cum it has been made; and to be con vinced 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. 50-cen- ts two-third- s For salo by G. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky. 1""" Tfft'r-paunI',n to wiy 1m. I XVloJiPpKfrtV- PW?5tiM,0O.l WWdlson St.. Chictfo. to9 Vj?tqEp1&Tuv "idciimpfot ntw,ett01 tmreaUlogua too cn otlwino ind py doablt prlc rar you i not obliged lobar filed, crn. Wo will make amliilm toordrr. For lamplMof urboUUrtni rlohei,fnd firole. tump. fienatM tt Uf st tf your friends who want oafc C2"MnUou this rpcr. HEVER FAILS PLEfiShHT TO TAKE. One tit morv t wholeiuU rrlct trat U. FpfBi-flie- 0. D. dlrtci from DELIVERED rilfct Alio, Bib lu tin ut Bwyclw, Uuil4 Mie. 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Sho had not at alt recovered from her first dislike to Mr. Hat ton, nnd it seemed to her so much moro natural nnd right that a descendant of tho family should inherit its privileges in preference to tlioso who could claim only tho merest shadow of relationship. Yet she could not express theso thoughts to her friend, nnd 60 tho haunted." conversation soon turned toother themes, "A very foolish belief, my dear," re- nnd presently they went down to have a turned Mrs. Bertrand, in that placid tone talk with Mrs. Bertrand about ghosts. which moBt people uso to iterate old Olivo staid to tea, and shortly after truths that few troublo themselves to ex- dusk n servant was sent for. When Jano amine. "Come, Dora," and Olivo led tho way. was making all safo for tho night she They crossed tho wide hall and entered camo to tho littlo parlor, whcio Dora sat a small passage Tlio tower, although reading alone, as her mother always rejoined to tho main building, was quite tired early, and exclaimed: "Oh, Miss Dora, tho tower door js Beparato from it interiorly. Thero wero open!" more rooms in tho liouso than Mrs. BerTho young girl sprang up half terrified trand cared to use, so nothing had been tho first instant, then, laughing away her said about tho tower further than that fear, said: Mr. Ilarton had informed her it was "Olivo must havo forgotten lock it. kept as a bort of storo room for useless I thought it was fast, and thatto sho had Moro than onco Dora had rubbish. taken tho key with her." evinced n restless curiosity concerning "But you won't think of withit; and Jane, tho domestic, had specu- out first having that shut? sleeping let us Come, lated considerably about tho ghost, and go lock it." wondered why Mr. Ilarton kept tlio "I do bclievo you are afraid, Jano. premises eo closely locked. Wo liavo lived hero two months, and no Tho two girls hud to uso their utmost ghost has mado its appearance. Did you strength to turn tho key, and as tho door 6upposoit was fastened up in tlio tower?" slowly opened it displayed a wido stono "Don't laugh, Miss Dora. I'm not so staircase thick with dust, over which 6ure, after all, thero isn't something of floated a few filmy bars of sunshine the sort. I don't seo how that woman from a window higher up. Tho damp, could rest in her gravo burwith musty odor and strango sllenco awed den on her mind. I should such a not bo at all them a little, but quickly recovering surprised to seo her como walking down themselves, they began to nscend. At stairs somo day with tho true will in her this first landing n door opened into a hand." room, and a narrow flight of stairs "Hush, Jane. Mamma says it is wrong it ran tip to tho next story, which to pay so much attention gossip. Olwas much smaller, and from thenco to a ive's mother couldn't havo to a will, third, which was contracted into a mero nnd Mr. Ilarton, you know,forgedbeen in had observatory. Tho windows in all the tho village only n short Probably stories wero deep set atid narrow, full of it's all right. You'll timeto have cobwebs, and tho panes of glass broken key, though; tho lock is rusted. turn this There, in many places. Some old chests, dilapgood night, ghost." idated chairs, and several pieces of antiTho fearless child laughed lightly as quated furniture wero strewed around, they returned to tho parlor, eliciting while tho so called study contained Jano's warmest admiration for her bravmany curiosities which might liavo been ery. After tlio servant valuable in any other place. But now book dropped listlessly fromleft her the her hands, they wero so covered with dust and and sho fell in a revcrio about Allingmold as to bo scaicely distinguishable. ham Chorloy and his father, whoso porTho girls ran to every window for a trait had mado so deep an impression on view of tho surrounding prospect, and her mind. vainly tried to find a way through tho Tho next day Olivo camo over to roof to tho cupola with which tho tower that sho was going to travel with was ciowncd. It was evident, from tho her father and sister, and would probsteps leading to it, that it had onco been ably bo absent n month. The maid was used. Fulling in this they returned to packing, and they expected to start the study. early tho next morning. Dora was real "Hero was where they found my mothly sorry to loso her companion, but when said Olive, standing by tho table, tho impulsivo Olivo declared er," that she and pointing to thp high backed chair. had half n mind to stny at home, sho would not listen n moment to such a proposition. "Let mo bring you tlio key of tho tower," Dora said, when they had kissed good-b- y for tho third or fourtli time "You left it last night." radiance "Oh, no matter; I'll bequeath it to you How Dora Bertrand first becamo nwaro for a few weeks, and if you seo tho ghost sho was not tho only imuato of the place, don't fail to tell me." I can hardly tell. It was a vaguo im- Dora promised. presslon at first, something shadowy and Sho found herself very lonesomo in tho almost imperceptible, then it grew into days that first followed Olive's departure. n fear, and next a reality. Spellbound Sho took her walk regularly over to Mr. by terror, her own respiration seemed Harton's for her music, but it was dull almost to stop, whilo every instant tho work. Frequently sho would pauso in other's breathing becamo moro regular her playing and study tho picturo that and distinct. Tho intruder was certainly hung nbovo tho piano tlio likeness of asleep. Thero was but ono placo shielded tlio Spanish woman when sho was Mrs. from iter observation tlio quaint carved Cliorley. Thero was n later portrait of wooden settle, whoso high back was her, but this first interested Dora most. towards her. It seemed hours beforo Tlio resolute, haughty oyes; tho lips set sho could command sufficient strength together witli'a firmness that indicated to tuko another step, so slowly passed great power, and tho strango unconqucr-nblcnes- s theso dull moments of terror. At length "Here teas where they found my mother." written on ovory Gazing Dora shivered a littlo as tho picture at her, it was impossiblo feature dream tho point was reached, and sho not to real und physical, but not presented itself to Iter mind. All the over her story. tho generally received Idea of n houselong summer day Mrs. Chorloy had sat Tho woman who supplied Mrs. Ber- breaker. there, never heeding tho sunshino or tho trand with butter and garden vegetables A young man of six or eight nnd darkness of purplo twilight slowly deep- was a daughter-in-laof tho old woman twenty, in a careless but graceful posiening into night. Dora had seen her who had been Mrs. Chorloy's servant 60 tion, one arm under his head for a pilportrait, nnd tho vivid, girlish imaginalong. Sinco her quarrel with Mr. Ilarton low, tho other drooping over tho edgo tion conjured her up again, until sho Persis had been especially bitter against could almost seem to 6co her. Moro to nil tho family savo Miss Olive, whom sho of tho settle, nnd displaying a Arm break tho spall of terror that was creep- loved tenderly. Jnno, being a newcomer whito hnnd that would not liavo ing over her than gain any real infor- in tlio placo, and rather disposed for gos- shamed a lady. His hair and beard wero of a sunny brou'n, tho upper part mation, Dora said: sip, was qulto a godsend to her. On her of his broad forehead char and fair as a "Was sho not writing something?" part Jano retailed her information to faco many "Yes," replied Olivo. "Old Persis, who Dora, who soon understood tho family girl's, but tho rest pf his color of tho shades darker, tho fervent used to livo with mother when sho was history perfectly well. sun's tropical touch. It was a handsome, Mrs. Chorloy, and was afterwards our Peibis declared Mrs. Chorley had novcr manly countenanco, her nurse, camo over that night to bcarch for been tho same woman after her second sho began to consider and losing had fear, seen whero sho her. Papa was very angry, nnd dis- marriage, and that sho felt assured Mr. it beforo. ' charged her when sho said mother Uai ton had managed to eutanglo her in A pleasant, familiar faco, ono on which' meant to make known some secret about somo villainy, or ho could never havo sho could placo tho smile, and remember tho will." ruled so completely. "You should precisely how tho oyes would look when "Supposo some day another will tthould 'a seen,her bIio how carried her head in Mr. tho drooping Hda yero raised. Whero bo found?" tho true will, Dora was on the Chorloy's time," tho old woman would could sho liavo seen it? Sho had no point of adding, for Jano inclined to thq generally concludo with. fear of it now, and longed impatiently belief with which old I'erais had tinctured It appeared singular to Dora that Mr. for him to awake. Ho seemed in no tho neighborhood; and inspitoof her love Ilarton should for Olive, Dora had nlwaya experienced whero .ho was wish to remain in a place hurry, though; but presently tho sun regarded with so much rays began to steal over his face, nnd a leaning that way. ' suspicion when he had nmplo means to "Oh, it couldn't, bo," replied Olive. enable him to livo elsewhere As Mrs then ho stretched, yawned nnd began "Grandfather said they would find his Bertrand preferred tho.quietof her room slowly to open his eyes. Thoy did not will in tho tower, and oveii uncle, who much of tho time, Dora was left to her rest on Dora Bertrand for somo mowas so very angry, could notrdisprovo it. own speculations and cmuscments, and ments, however, and then ho eat upright If ho had found it instead of mother I having littlo else to occupy her atten- suddenly, as if ho had received an elecs'upposo ho wouldn't have said a word. tion, lind becouio deeply interested in tric shock, his faco growing perceptibly tlio history connected Chorloy Only Persis says lie lovedUucle Vincent ClifTs. Now sho visited witli old tower paler ovcry instant Sho stood quito tho the better, and it is strango lie should dally. Her nature was not superstitious still, uuablo to speak or fly. "Aro.you Olivo Hartonf' ho asked, at give him ro littlo and leavo all tho rest to or fearful, and the many curious relics length, in .unconstrained tono. . , his other sou. Thero aro portrait's of mere pieaseu ner greatly, "' (TO BECONTINyKD.) . them hero in this old closet; let us tnko a II. look at them." It was a bright night with a full moon. SubserllKi for tho Br kcce.viuikie Nkwh, After pulling out Eevoral articles and Dora had Ijjlu awake a lone while listen- be-si- Ab Mrs. Bortnuul founa it iGqxjssiuii' to procuro a piano in the nelRliborlnxxl, and judged it too great u dUtunco to liavo liers removed for tlio few months tliey cxiectcd to Bcnd in tlio countiy, sho accepted Mr. Ilurton'ii j)roposal that Dora should coino over duily and prnc-tlc- o with Olive; and this led to a com-plct- o intimacy. 01! vo resembled her father and sister as littlo in character as in person. Cool, calculating, suspicious, and stealthy, Mr. Ilarton Deemed everon tlio lookout lest Bonio one. nlioukl gain an advantage over' 1dm; wliilo Olivo was frank, freo and careless Co a fault. There was not a trace of prido or haughtiness in her, and many of tlio village people who shrank from her sister brightened into smiles when her merry face appeared at tho doorway. Mr?. Bertrand was not at all surprised as sho saw tho girls rushing in eagerly, ono afternoon, their faces Hushed with rapid walking, and heard Dora exclaim: "O, luatnma, Olivo has tho key to the tower, and wo nro going up to cxploic it. ShosayB almost every ono believes it's haunted;" and Dora gao n gay, biid-Ilk- a laugli. "I'm so glad you aro not afraid of ghosts, Mrs. Bertrand,' Olivo said, crossing tho i oom to kiss her. "It's so nico to liavo you and Dora livo in this old house; but no one would ever como before, thoy wero nil 6o afraid of its being making such a dust tliey were almost stifled, they camo to the pictures, old oil paintings that, though much Injured bytlmo and want of care, still preserved a tolerable likeness. "Tills was Mr. Harold Chorloy," said Olive, "and that Undo Vincent. I don't know why I call him so; ho was no real relation to me, nnd it always makes papa, angry. Yet I cannot help feeling sorry for him." Both wero portraits of young men, tho( eiuer uaric, stern, wuii piercing, jetty eyes and an abundanco of black, curling hair. Tho other was much fairer, with hair of a rich chestnut, nnd laughing eyes of a most indescribable hue. Tho wholo faco woro a frank, generous expression, a happy lightheadedness that won Dora in an instant. "I believe I liko Mr. Vincent Chorley's mo better," sno said "Oh, I do, a great deal. And old Ter- sis, who sawhls son, said they wero exactly alike 'You know Mr. Allingham came after mother's death. Clara and I went back to nchool immediately, tO jvo did not see him." "Did ho really try to murder your papa?" ihg fbtho ticking of tho clock, Tho regular breathing of her mother, nnd tho heavier respiration of Jano. Tho sleeping apartments wero on tho sldotownrd tho tower, nearly all tho rooms being on ono floor, as tho liouso Itself was low. Many a tltno vnguo imaginations had floated through Dora's mind, nnd oven .now Bho could not refrain from going oyer tho old story. Then n crash of something startled her, a smothered sound, as If It came through walls, and in tho direction of the tower. With senses painfully acute, sho sat upright in bed, and strovo to catch another token of tho real or imaginary intruder. In vain. Only tho sleepers on either hand broko tho perfect stillness, and presently tho voice of her mother, requiring some trifling attention. So she composed herself to.sleen.ncaln. but the incident re curred t6.,lier in tho morning, rind im- mediately after breakfast sho set out to explore tho tower, her heart beating witli quite a new emotion. Tlio neighborhood yas extremely quiet and at this polnt'quito thickly settled, so it was hardly possible any ono would attempt to enter such an old placo whero no valuables wero kept. She nscended the bteps slowly, and on reacning mo seconu noor tool; a com survey. Tho study looked as usual; not a thing had been disturbed. Raising her eyes they rested on a window overlooking tho main house. The sash seemed toher displaced and several now panes of glass missing. Following out tho suggestion, her eyes wandeicd to tho floor, which was strewn with numerous fragments. Her first Impulse was to fly down stairs and give tho alarm; then slie reflected a moment. Might not tho wind but no, there had been scarcely a breath tlio preceding night, certainly not enough to dlslodgo tho window frame. Sho drew n chair to tho wall, and climbing up, look hold of it. Yes, it was loose Tlicro seemed traces of a recent disarrangement finger marks in tlio dust nnd tho disturbance of moths and spiders that had built homes for themselves in tho corners. Tho window had evidently fallen out; this was tho noiso sho had heard in tho night. If it had lain thero on tho floor sho would not liavo felt a whit disturbed, but it must have been put back by human agency. What could any ono hopo Jo gain after Directing such an entrance? Dora know it would not do to needlessly disturb her mother .and Jaue. Thoy wero comfortably situated; tho quiet anil retirement satisfied Mrs. Bertrand completely, and her health had improved visibly sinco her coming to Chorloy Cliffs. It would be unfortunato to leavo it just now, and impossible to stay unless the mystery was solved, or shated with bomoone. Jano would mako a poor confidant; indeed, no persuasions could iuduco her to enter tho tower, so she would be of no assistanco in caso of a search. Oh, If Olivo wero only liorol And then Dora thought her wisest plan would bo to go down stairs and lock tho tower door, leaving tho old place alono with its secret. So sho roso and went slowly townid tho door, and then gathering courago, peeped in tho closet, which was pat tially opened. No pallid ghost or burly form of midnight burglar met her view; only tho bright, cheerful face of Vincent Chorloy, that seemed ready to banter her out of her fears. For many moments sho stood irresolute, then made a hasty examination of tho place It was not possiblo for any ono to bo concealed there What if she wero mistaken, nftcr all? Pel haps Olivo might liavo taken tho window out, nnd the noiso in tho night might have proceeded from some other cnuse Sho went cautiously around tho study it was quite reassuring to find nothing unusual there. Then she entered tho passage, and considered whether sho should go down or up. It would bo an advantago to satisfy herself thoroughly; then sho would not be in momentary fear of causing her mother soma sudden alarm, Without any positive mental decision, sho began to mount tho steps slowly, 'and on reaching tho top drow a long breath of satisfaction. Tho morning sun poured through tho eastern window in golden floods tho wholo placo was full of illmy o fieo.Yeakelid I A TRYING ORDEAL CUT y RITE STORE man can't tilwnyB tell whether lie like," the suits he Brandenburg, Ky. selects until he gets home ami gives it u careful inspec Note Our Prices fcults f ru cr prices tion, tries it on, and asks his wife nhout it. If it passes " " ' " safely through this ordeal, he is satisfied and congratu " " " lates himself. If the suit is all right and the man is a " " " " " $18.00 now $15.00 15.00 " 12 50 12.00 " 10.00 1U.00 " 8.25 8 00 ' 0.00 7.00 " 6.00 5.00 3.75 little hard to please, he can hring hack the goods and get his money. So, we guarantee the quality, style and fit, nnd also yield to the whims and peculiarities of men and let them have their way. llut it is a very rare Six styles Men's Wash Satinets Suits, worth ifG.oo will sell for the next 6o days at $3 50, A full fine Men's and Youths' odd Pants. Also a full line in all sizes of the celebrated Hull Doj,' cans Pants. Youths', Boys' and Children'sSuits at oncfifth oil' of original price. Childrcns' Knee Pants 24c, 33c, 48c, 57c. Men's and Hoys' Hats very cheap Men's Slioos worth thing that a suit or a garment of any kind is returned, because " " " " " " $1.00 3.00 2.00 1.50 .$3.35 2.25 1.05 1.20 the' are so well made, so stylish and so cheap style. if These goods can be had in any One lot Men's Hrognns worth t 75C that y'TTTTT'r'r yyyyyyy yyyT"yyy few men fail to appreciate the bargains they get. t 1.25 yy w t w w tv yy v v y Lndio.' Dntton Shoes (Dongola) worth $3.5(1 We surprise men who have never seen such clothing, or n " " " 2.50 2.00 2.00 heard of such prices ; and men who have been regular " l.fti " patrons of merchant tailors find that they can be fitted M 1.60 1.20 1.25 08 just as well and save !5() to 50 per cent, in the price. in- A full line of Misses', Children and Baby shoes all at reduced prices. All Bleached and Blown Domestic Cottons at manufacturers prices Our goods are our best advertisers and we want to troduce them in every community. Dress Goods. :! 10 in. Henriettas all new shnics worth 35 25 in. Serges nil Wool now shudes worth 00 (,l 50e. iOc lleineinber, wo have but one price to all, and make no exceptions to the "spot cash." Mohairs nnd latest style worth 6(1 HI. Cashmeres at Popular prices. F. " . F.F. Block Goods, viz : Henriettas Wool and Silk Woofs, Drap Dc Alma, Helvetia, Solid Kas, and Nuns Veiling at reduced prices, all Silk. Ben-galin- e Blk. I.aco fur Drosses worth Blk. Nets for Dresses wurtl $2.00 1.60 2.50 $1.25 05 1.80 EPPE N'S The only Exclusively Cash Guarantee House in Louisville. Cloth-iers, A big assortment of Embroideries Jackonet and Swiss, also Hemstitch We are headquarters for these goods and will sell you them cheaper than any one else. Dress Ginghams. We call the attention of the trade to the fact that we now have the richest line of Dress Ginghams in the market, Renfrew, Stodards and fancy. Normandies in stripes and plaids. Chambrays plain and striped. Scotch Zephyrs and French Ginghams all at the lowest prices. ft HfflS. Hatters, Haberdashers and Tailors, ST., BET. SIXTH AND SEVENTH, White Goods. Plain worlh " 20 15 10 15. 12J 12K10 Strlpo and Check worth, 10, 12" and 8?f 15 8 saw-some- thing Hosiery. MARKET In Burlington Fast Black, very 500 pair Misses and Children's Hose, assorted sizes, solid and striped, full icgtilarmade woith cheap. 20, 25 & 10 c. A Full Lino Two down Safety Tins of Notions, , "r, 5C Four Bars Toilet Soap One doien Cedar Lead Pencils Fifty Slale Pencils ,5 5 J 5 rrwrvrwwwm What is And a great many Novelties,' Notions and Shelf Hardware to be found on our aud-Tinwar- c GASTORIA Catoria Pr. Saml gltcler'n oMt lu.rade aad guide oht far ftad Cklldraa'si Complaint. Saparlor to Cator Oil, Infanta farcRorlo or Narootla Syrup. CJkUdrea cry for Caitoria. Mil-HCnTntorla.. of Mother lil la on 5 Cent Counters. Come and See Us I "I recommend Castorla for children's Cutorht. cure Colic, Constipation j I compUlnU,MuMriorloanvpre:rlpUon BourHtomach, Dlarrlioia, Kructallon ? also aids Hcetlou ; I known to me." II. A. AncHiH, M. D., healthy fllte 111 Bo, Oxlord Su, Brooklyn, N.Y. yiUrout narcotic ituperacUoo. Tu CurriCR Committ, 77 Murray St., New York. "CUT RATE j STOiU." miminvrewriw' reroxvtivtiii'viAxvxy Brandenburg, &yJ 3F 1 p&rv' Breckenridge News. TZ.L HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, - Agent & Corresp'nt '"' - - . ' f r - AVKUNESDAY, MAY H, JNoToiBABBAOE 1KW. V. O.ItAIIKA'li! .... 1. IMltor Eatt Itound I.,!SII,. 6iT. Local Tlmo Cnrct. 9.55 11.34 5.50 - U 55 11.23 '. TIME TABLE No, IIV Mall and Express going Eaat West Express " East ' West Mixed Est a.m. p.m; nftnV A.m. Ihuiiil STATIONS. Garfield . DAILY MCKrT BOXDiT. III.T ICICM BUXDAT. " West... 9.5.8 .m. aim. rn3TiM.Lr.afnt,.Jfjlngton.iLTi.Ar.- Irrfngton Junction 11.35 " 12.40P.M 1.05 U30 r.u. Ar DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For County Judge, Thos. Adklison. Fur County Attorney, Jmlg'o Jlllton Board. For County Clerk, J. K. Monarch. For SherllT, J, S. DoJcrnettc. For County Sup't of Sclool, Jns. W. Miller. For Jailer, John Slaton. For County Assessor, Len Cashman. For County Surveyor, F. M. C. Jully. For Coroner, W. It. rendition. Harned Hardlnsburg 9,00 aim' ' 8.55 8.00 7.30 , Lv.- - 7.09 a.m Mm week. Mr. J. S. Morcmen was in Cincinnati last week, Hon. Ghnpczo Wathen was at homo last Friday. ,T. MlsfOphtdia-IInylefnorChicagoTu- F. Woolfolk was in the city last Seasonable Style? and Fair figure! PAST AX PRECEDENT I OVER TWOMIf.LlONa DlaXKlBDTID ' tfiC2!?y5?rTjZa ""' iff Is a reasonable proposition to make to a reasonable people, You hnow it b possible for us to do tliis. Wo promise it in good faith. It means for you L!3lfeJi.b: Louisiana State Lottery ' Coinjnny. County court next Monday. Hats for spring wear at Witt's. Come out to the mass convention next ? t t Monday. hata for moiijnr nil fprices at J. Straw ii A.Witt's. Mr. l'Yank Haswell anil wife returned from Louisville Friday. fertilizer at Heard & Heeler's nre lower than ever. Any kind you want. Heard fc Heeler are displaying n beautiful line of goods at rock bottom prices. $12 and $15 for you can buy at $10. - Get the news and get to oou coititrsi'ONni:.Ts. all the news news 'nothing but the and From Dana's Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. Men's suits that you have been paying Witt's for Democrats take Notice. 'V J. A. Witt lias some nice nobby suits There will bo n Deinocrntip Mnss meetllnrdlnsburg, Monday, Mny IHtli, and a big lot of odd pants, nt Wheeler ing nt In the Court House, nt 1 o'clock p. in., prices. Mrs. Tom Withers left Monday for for the ptirimse of electing Delegnti'H to the State Convention, nnd nlpo to take Virginia to visit her mother several such Htojs as is deeined necessary in the months. election if a Judge of the Court of ApMr. Kdward Thompson was peals and Superior Court, and any other city marshal by the new board of business that may come before the Convention. Mr. H. F. Heard has been solicited to 15y order of make the race for the Constitutional 11. V. Hi:iii, Chairman, Convention. Master Taylor Habbage has been visitTin: primary elections held in Louising his grandfather at Hewleyville for ville last week are reported as being the the last week, most corrupt that have been held there ladies, vour attention is directed to for many years. In the contest between Iloiiiictt Young and James Helm, can- Heard it Heeler for bargains. Something didates for delegate to the Constitutional new and novel. Mrs. I'etrie will give n picnic to her Convention, votes were purchased at any price ranging from Sl'i to :100. If this juvenile missionary society on the first ii to be a fair specimen of the manner in Saturday in June. which our delegates to the Convention He v. J. C. I'etrie anil wife left yesterare to be choen, what kind of a consti- day to attend the Geileral Conference in tution may the people hope to have session at St. Louis. framed for them. Some time since Mr. W. K. Harnes is having a cellar the universal cry seemed to be that men put under his residence. Mr. Vber is should be selected for the Convention doing the stone work. because of their fitness and qualification It is no humbug, Heard & Heeler are alone, but if thi is to be changed nnd a giing away Shakespeare's complete man is compelled to buy his way in, a works. Call and see them. member of good need will get left. Court adjourned last Friday morning, Tun labor situation in most of our after the longest session we have had for largest cities is becoming somewhat several years. The entire term of three alarming. During the linst week thou-- h weeks was taken up. Wheelers and come mils of laborers in Chicago, Philadelphia and other points walked out of the and let us quote you prices and show you shops on a demand for higher wages and our goods, and we guarantee there will for the eight hour system of labor. The be no disputing.- - Heard & Heeler. o vners of the mills and manufactories Sheriff Severs anil his deputy, Charley where these laborers are employed re-- f Miller, and Jailer Logan Hate wmt to lse to yield to the demands made upon Frankfort Monday with Jesse Harris and t'lem for increase of wages, and thus the McCIellan Robinson for the p iiitciitiiiry. matter stands. There have been no seMr. Alfred ltobards went to Tordsville rious disturbances teported from the last week to look after coal. He thinks cities where these strikes have occurred the Fordsville coal can be delivered here as yet, but unless the differences can bo perhaps as low as eleven cents per settled upon satisfactory terms it is feared bushel. tieie will be. The county convention which meets next Monday will elect delegates to the Cnn:n Heard of the Democratic State convention which meets in LouisCounty Committee has called a mass ville the L'Stli. The county will give meeting of the Democrats of the county, lir-t instructions for (Jeorge Madden for to be held at the court-hous- e in Ilardins-burgo- n Cleik of the Court of Appeals. the third .Monday in this month. The object of the call is to -- elect deleThere is more Catarrh in this section gates to the State convention, which of the country than all other diseases put meets in Louisville on the '."ith inst. together, and until the last few years was lVsides choosing delegates there will be supposed to be incurable. For a great other business of importance before the mam years doctors pronounced it a local meeting, which wi.ll be of importance to disease, and prescribed local remedies, the party. There should be a full turn-- o nnd by constantly failing to cure with it from all sections of the countv. lecnl treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a conTiik members of the Legislature have stitutional disease, and therefore requires not had such a picnic in years. Hesides constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh being way ahead on fees ami miffigo, Cure, Manufactured by F. J. Cheney l they are now given a fresli opportunity Co, Toledo, Ohio, is the only constituof useing their statesmanship in choosing tional cun- - on the market. It is taken a successor to Mr. Heck in the I'nited internally in doses from ten drops to a States Senate. The boys an having a tcaspoonfu. It acts directly upon the fine old time and there is not much blood and mucous surfaces of the system. thought of an adjournment just now. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars Tiik tight for the vacant seat in the ami testimonies. Address, I'nited State Senate is on hot nnd henvy F. J. CHFNFY A; CO., Toledo, O. at Frankfoit. Carlisle, Knott, McKen-zi- e SySiild by Druggists, 75c. and a half dozen others are in the ling, and it is hard to name the winner. BEWLEYVILLE. The chnnces at present seem to be with Mr. Carlisle, with Proctor Knott ns next Husiness Dooming at the Cash Store. best man. Made the largest sale last week of the season. Come and see the ladies' trimLocu. elections in the State of Indiana med hats that are the verv latest Paris wvnt Democratic last week. This is not ian designs, and trimmed in the most arvery complimentary to President Harri- tistic manner. son, who, it is presumed, would have Also a large purchase of men's straw s'cn to it that the State of Indiana should and soft, and hard cassmere hats in the be declared for Republican principles. latest styles. Don't fail to take a look through the Clothing department of the In every lending city of the country Cash. the lalsiriug masses have made a demand Mr. II . spent a whole day riding after for the eight hour system, but capital is a suit. Went to a house that Jews down yet on top and the poor working man beautifully, asked him $18, scaled down will have to come to time when his grotill he got to $15 and sold it to him at cery bill is presented. cost. When he got home and tried the pants, found they were a misfit, brought Tin: question "which is the greater them to tho Cash for exchange and found) man, Hayes or Harrison'"' may never be precisely the same goods at only $12,50. decided, but it will be a historical fact Mrs. D. went past tho Cash and bought that Harrison is the only president that a dress pattern at 25c, that it would be became dissatisfied with his own glad to duplicato at 18. One lady who uses the Cash Store Condition 1'owder liberally, says sho gathered Tiik Morrill Service Pension Hill will on Monday 51 eggs, Tuesday 'Xi, Wednesadd over 100,000 names to the pension day 10, Friday .'58, says her fowls woro rolls at a cost of $50,000,000. No wonder nevor in hotter condition. She llilnks1 I'ncle Hen vetoed an appropriation for a t pays largely, government building ill Texas. conn-cilmes, day, to visit friends. "Mr. J. W. Lewis got homo from last Friday. Mrs. Casperko returned home Monday night from JMiisville. Mr. Kphrim Wimp ut tended court in pllanjiushurg lastweek.-JMiss Annio Richardson is visiting Mr. Dan Drooks in Louisville. Tho wheat in this section does not bid fare to make a good crop. Mr. Frank Polin was the guest of Mr. Harry Hell at Guston last week. Mr. Sim Dooley and sister, Mrs. Geo. Reynolds, left Inst week for Ohio. Mr. C. K. Le,wis has n very clover daguerreotype establishing at Weldon. Messrs. C. P. Dabbnge and Forrie Cloverport. were in town last week. Mrs. M. II. Fontaine is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hardin, Holt's Bottom. Childrens day at the M. K. church Sunday. There will be three services during the day. Mr. Dud Melntire was over in Hoosier a few days last week on his old stamping ground. Mr. Z. T. Herndon was at Uonie Sunday, lie expects to build a railroad up in Ohio. Mr. W. V.. Gary attended tl,e funeral of Miss Durbar Klbcrt at Iiconia, Iml., last week. Mr. Jim Dickerstnfr and sister, Miss Mary, and Mary MeFarland were in the city last week. Robbers broke into several stoics out at Fkron Saturday night anil carried ofr Hnr-dinsbuWil-kerso- n, -- The Best at Low Figures- WE'VE GQTp ON A Incorporated bv the Lcgltlnture In 1BC8, foi Educational nod Charitable jurjosct trnd ill a part of tto ircienl franchlao wn inud State Comtltutlori In 187U,by an overwhelming popular vote. KXritAUHUINAIlY till AMIluliM (Jliiin mill lllicu ilrccnilicr J, iiiul 1'. I1ICAW. IlkCriiutl MMJI.i; MJtll tli:itHill leu plllui! ill lli:ll nC. Irtdtt Id cilllrr mill urn leu iiiiiiillio of. lietu i'iir, AciiiW'iii' all ( ilratvii in public, I hi! iHiihic Knv l)i IruiiM. l.u, DUAWJIJMUN II II it 1 IIh I BIG BRIGHT ASSORTMENT OF SEASONABLE GOODS. " We do hereby certijy that tee supervise the arrangements Jfbr all the Mumthlp and Quarterly Drawings of 'The Louisiana State Lottery Company, and in person manage and control the Drairings themselves, and that the same are conducted with honesty, fairness, and in good faith toicard all parties and we authorize the Company lo use this certjicale, with fac similes of our signatures attached, in its advertistmenls." '1 We Will Let them Go ? At Popular Persuasive Prices Cntch on to our Bargains and you won't Jet go of them, for they nra immense. Our Stock is Immense ! Our Goods are A No. 1 in Quality and Style ! Our Prices are Lower than the Lowest! Sed ? Drop p in and C us.- ----- ComiiilsftioticrR. We the undersigned Hanks and Bank' ers will pay all Prizes drawn in the Louisiana Slate Lotteries which viay be presented a our counters U. III. WA(iM5I.i:, TroM. l.oulhlniiH 0f & IMIMtlli: LANAUX, A. IIAIjIMVIN, I'i-uh- VEST' S CLOVERPORT, KY. BURAS. Everybody planting corn. People nro to busy to tell us any news. Hums has no dudes, gossips or loungers Many famous belles will not wring on wash day. Hogs hero and in the vicinage are dying with cholera. George Galloway is nwny from home iiomg stone work. Dorn- .- A girl, nt Allie Dobbin's, Tho fourth. Father happy. Tobacco plants nre scarce, the bugs having got in their work. Some of our boys, have been fishing and report pleasure and profit nngling for tlio finny tribe. Duras is organizing a base ball club. Look out Custer, Hnrdinsburg and nil ye nines! AVe'ro some when aroused nnd started. AVhent is looking fine. The Fanners' Dcview quoted Kentucky recently as having as per cent, of the usual outlook nt this time. It is hardly fair for a girl to call lipr beau "grandpa" because, he happens to be n few years older than sho. AVill one of our lassies please note this? AVe are informed thnt Dick Pumphrey has tho contract to repair Fairview and that the house will be ready for services the last Sunday in this month. "We yon" said tho flies to the dishes when they made it necessary for tho careful houso wife to wipe them ofTtho second time before dinner. Mrs. Eliza Druner, who has been several months with her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Pile, passed through hero this week to hor old home near Custer, A smart young man asks us if a roadbed is the proper one for a person who walks in his sleep. AVo won't lie on anything belonging to the public, hence wo truthfully say no. Mycr'ff btoro houso, when finished is going to bo a whopper nnd will doubtless bo the largest village store in the county. Push, pluck and enterprise will get there every time. Theynro full of it and we are proud of them. Tho mails now are flooded with circulars from various "reputable" (?) publishing houses offering "tho only true and authentic history of Stanley in Africa." Nearly all tho newspapers insert the advertisements of such houses, and in home places agents nre at work believing, presumably, thnt they have the genuine work authorized by Stanley. Let no one dupe you into buying any of these bogus publications. Scribners' of Now 'York, tiro the publishers of "In Darkest Africa" bySuinley, nnd it cannot be had in anything but two volumes. This is written to keop somo one from imposing on you to tho amount of four or fivo dollars for somochenp, unreliable, bogus volumes. AVu are indebted to the affable and accommodating AVin. Dell and the pleasant little Frank Hoard, both of the County Clerk's office for tho following list of names, all of whicli. nro exempted from paying county tuxes for tho years 1S90 nnd 1891 : J. A. Tucker, Jnnies Hampton Dorry Dashain, JCoah Dasham, sr., Thos? Dasham, Enoch Smith, AVesloy Smith, Noah Dashain, jr., AVnsh Arms, James Itobinsou, John Tucker, Dan Smith, II. A. Dobbins, Den Galloway, Mandivillo Galloway, James 1). Noblett, Asa Noblett II. II. Henningcr, J. AV. Gallowny, James Carwile, Mrs. I.. A. Cannon, John Jar-boJames Pearl, AVm. Storms, Fred Tannor, Huston D. Crichelow, Jesso Tucker, Ezra Tucker, James Tanner,. It. L. McGuflln, Pias Lucas, John Lucas, It. L. Crume, M. Meyer, l.eo Moycr, AV. E. Rhodes, J. Iw. Dhodes, Francis Dhodes, T. K. Dhodes, James Sponccr, Fred Fraize, Eli Storms, C. C. Carman, Henry Tanner, C. P. Pearl, John Pile, Monroe L. Mattingly, Eli Mattiiigly, Dod Dntler and John Lynns. en-rou- te o, Aoir Orluns-- Nutloiiul Hunk'. G4III. KOHN Union rintloiiul Nutional Hank. tlonu! Ituiik. , Hunk. I'rt-t- . ' ' Sluto Nu- - lrn. MAMMOTH DBA WIMQ In the Academy of Music, NcwOrleans Tuesday, June 17, I89.0. Capital Prizo, $600,000. 10O000.'ickulN utSlO; Kill vci. ao ; UnarlurN 1U; JUIkIiiIin 0 ; 'llU'll. 1 IRVINGTON. Death of Mrs. Lay. a lot of goods. It is estimated that fully 150,000 apple trees hare been set out in this county during this spring and last fall. Mr. L. L. Ia'wIs, Louisville, accompanied by Mrs. Will Willis, of Richmond Ky., spent Sunday at Mr. J. W. Lewis. Uncle Johnnie LeGrand gie us the price of a subscription and got a ticket for the drawing so he could get the wagon. Mr. C. (i. Moremen's wharf-boa- t sunk at Casey ville last week. It got wrecked in the cyclone that occurred some time ago. Mr. T. K. Ditto, after a weeks visit to his family returned to Cumberland Gup, Tenn., last Thursday. His wife is visiting his parents here. Mr. Jns. II. Miller, the potter, moved to Mauckport last week, and now the Consolidated Gas Company have full po session of their property. Mr. Gantcr lias bought all of Mr. 11. T. Haynes' rigs for sinking wells. He loaded two of them on flats at AVeldon to ship to (ilasgow last week. A negro living out near Fkron cut his wife very badly with a knife last Saturday night. It is thought she will die. The negro was arrested and put in jail. There will be a meeting held at the Court House Saturday for the purpose of selecting delegates to the State Convention, to nominate a candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. John Druce and Geo. Dow, got into a difficulty last Sunday night nt Rock Haven. ' Druc shot and killed Dow with a A reward of $100 is Winchester rifle. offered for the capture of Druce. There are ten apple brandy distilleries in this county, one of which is the largest in the United States. They pay a revenue If the npple tax of $(15,000 annually. crop proves good this season there will be several more put up. Col. Dennett II. Youiig accompanied by several gentlemen from Iuisvillo came in on a special train Monday to examine our gas and other mineral resources with n view of locating a Boda-asplant here. They were favorable impressed ami gave us every nssumnco thnt we hold the wining card. It was my pleasure to visit Kkron our, neighboring town last week. It is a growing little place and does n big shipping lmsiness. Tho shipments of green apples alone ran up to nearly 20,000 barrels last fall. A barrel factory has been located here and Mr. Wood Archer expects to move his axe handle factory hero and run in connection with it n brandy distillery, so the town has quite a boom. The Nr.ws is very popular and has n good circulation here. Wo added several new names to Its list. The following is tho official vote of tho Democratic Primnry election held in this county, Saturday, May ltd. For Constitutional Convention h pros-p?ctl- Corn alKi.ut all planted. AVhent is looking very well. Mr. Frank Heygood has moved into his new house. ' Ken AVnthen shipped a car load of fine fat hogs last week. lion. Tico Jolly was in town last week on his way to Frankfort. to Col. . M. Jolly sold his line mare J. C. Fitwcett, price Misses Ida Adams and Eddie Coleman are visiting Mrs. James Scott. Mrs. Helm and son, I)e7nnc, are visiting nt the AVashington place. is progressing fineOiu Sunday-schoo- l ly ; have sixty pupils enrolled. Mr. Marshal Morris, of Louisville.spent several days witli us last week. Mr. Harry Hell, of Guston, was among the visitors nt the Irvlngton Sunday-schoon Sunday. Miss Ilee AVashington is expected to leave on an extended visit to relatives in liouisville this week. Mr. Uobt. llendrick lost his house and all its contents last week by lire. $3,000, insurance 1,200. Mrs. Annie Herndon bought of I). S. head of lino steers, Henry twenty-thre- e averaging 1090 pounds, at 4 J cents. $-'ol - Messrs. Jolly & IScnnctt have let contract to Jas. Freeman for two dwelling houses la be occupied by the two Messrs. IJoyd. Misses Maggie and Jennie Dean with Itro. Heed, of Goshen paid Mrs. Dennett n short visit on their return from a .trip to TOiiisville. The Messrs. Royd have tho foundation of their mill completed, tho framing tim- "bcr is nil ready anil will bo raised the coming week. Mr. Amos Skillnmn, of AVebster, spent Saturday in our city. AVo were glad to see him nnd hope to see or hear nioro of him in the future. For tobacco fertilizers, Peering binders and mowers, or any kind of buggies, carts or carriages call on It. M. Jolly; he is selling them nt AVheeler prices. Mr. Henry AVashington is spending several months with us, improving his farm. Henry is an enterprising fellow nnd is going to have n nice place in a short time. Mr. nnd Mrs. AVilliums will entertain tho young Indies of the neighborhood on noxt Saturday. A fishing party h also anticipated and the young folks nro delighted for nil know tho genuino plensure-th- c host, with his chnrming wife affords their guests on such occasions. onco saw in the T?i:vh thnt a fellow by tho name of Dob, of "Webster, said ho camo up to Irvlngton to sco tho new mill and that wo had a spiondid slto, but there was no dam at tho mill site and no AVo now invito Dob mill by ndam-slto- . to see us again and wc will show him the dam-sit- e nnd n flno Itoller Iill by a big AVo dam-site- Mrs, Mnry J. Lay died of pneumonia at her homo near Hazel Dell Monday, Mny 5th, in the 70th year of her age. Sho left" six children Mrs. Mary F. Dowell, of Hazel Dell; Messrs. Harry and Den Lay and and Mrs. Ellen Dob-crt- s of Stephfoisport, and Miss Nannie and Mr. James Lay resided with their mother at her own home. Mrs. Lny was a member of tho Methodist church, having professed religion many years ago. To say she was a christian, scarcely conveys an idea of what she was. Although bodily nfllietion had prevented her attending church for ten years previous to her death, it did not keep her from letting her "light shine" ; sho was n home christian, and dispensing the good sound judgment and kind loving counsel to those nrortnd her, waiting patiently and uncomplaining!), though a constant sutferer, for tho Master's sum mons. Her Dlble was her constant companion, and her faith in its teachings was powerful that death and tho gravo were no terror to her. Her bereaved children and many frien Is do not grieve for her as thoso having no hope, for they know her pence is sure, for "Dlesscd nro they thnt die in the Ixml." , A touching scene occurred at the gravo which wo cannot but speak of, ns it showed so plainly how much wo realize, if not in life, after death, that there is nothing like a mother's love. One son who had not looked on that dear mother's faco for more than twenty years, having lost his sight, had n friend to guide his liand to the face of his aged dead mother and knelt and imparted n bust kiss on the. lips of her who had so often careased him in his helpless infancy. His own hnir and beard, bleached with years and affliction, bent over the faco of tho dead aged mother, was a picture not to bo g, t 1'KIZH Of i iMuzaot; I 1'KIZK OF PRIZE iiciiik; OF iwuuiiik &0.0UU i 1. . 1000,000 if 2IU,000 la 100,U0U la 20,001 10,000 6,000 2,000 600 i, . are are aro are 1U0 l'lUZKrf OK nic 201) lMUZIbOP C0U arc 500 l'lUZKrfOK 400 are AfrROXIXATl-'rnizt.s. 100 I'riios offrl.Oi'O uro. I0U l'riiet or 800 are 1U0 I'rixiM of 400 are I'lllZKS OK lulMU.tWOH' 2i 1'K1,I0F 2 5 PltlZEiOF $000,000 200,000 100,000 . 50,000 i. ,. 40,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 80,000 . 120,001). ,. ZOt',000 ,. .. .. .. jioo.ooo K0.0OO t,98 TWO Ncilllr.U TkUUIXALS. 40,000 ,f30!,CV0 $2,169,600 Prizes of $20u aro 3.144 Prliea amounting to AGENTS WANTED. doelrtd, clearly atating your residence, with titatu, County, titrcct and Number. Morerupid return mall delivery will be assured by yuur enclosing an Eutelopo bearing your lull address, pHr?o Club rates, or auy lurtbor Information write legibly to tie undersigned, IMPORTANT. Aco.t.i .1). or 31. A. DAUPHIN, Ily ordinary letter, containing Money Ouuku Issued by all Kxpress Companies, New York Exchange. Draft or I'vstul Note. Wu imy on Cuerkncv sent us by Express of $5 or over. Urlcuiik, l.ii., Wukiiliiirton, I), c. INow A. UAI'l'IllA. It Address Registered Letters to NCIV OUI.UANS NATIONAL HANK, New Orlcuiit, l.u. prl.-c- i HANKS of Nevr Orleans, signed uy the President ol an Institution, whose chartered rights are recognized in the highest Courts; therefore, bevrareof any imitations or annonymous schemes, ONE DOLLAR Is the price of tho smallest part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED. BY US in any Drawing. Anything in our na'mo offered for less that a Dollar is a swindle. uouauaiNtebd uy fouh RKMEMUEIl that tho payment of all national and tho Tickets are Pointers' Ink A JdUltXAL FOll Al)VltT$EHS. Is issued weekly, and is tho rcprcsontativo journal the trade journal of American s. forgotten.' It indlcat a to the inexperience adrei May the Lord in his merciful dispen- titer how, when, and where he should adversation bless the bereaved. tise ; how to write an advertisement; how to Ommviio knkw and lover jirk. display ono; what ncwspipers to use; how much (Ovvensboro papers please copy.) monoy to expend in fact, discourses on every point that admits of profitable discussion. AdA Call on Capt Gross. vertising t an art practlcod by many but un"Wo tho undersigned citizens nnd voters derstood by few. The conductors of Printers' in the Cloverport district request Cupt. Ink understand it, and their advice is based on years A. J. Gross, to becomo n candiilato to an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e represent the voters nnd of in placing advertiseing contract.) for many cf Dreckenridgo county, in tho next Con- the largest and most successful. advortUers. A year's subscription costs but two dollars ! samstitutional Convention : ple crpios Free, Address : 'J C. Tonsey, John Jennings, OEO. P. HOWELL A, CO., Chris. Ahl, Thos. AV. J)yer, sr. Newspaper Advertising Bureau, C. L. Jennings, 0. P. Sawyer, 10 Spruce St., Now York. adve-tisertax-paye- rs T. A. Pate." -- Ur. AV. Howard, Chas. J Dabbago, C. E. IJghtfoot, Chas. AV. Dohler, Eugcno A'est, J. L Miller, D. E. Moorman, F. L. Doyd, W. A. Emberton, D. F. Dichardson, J. 71. Carson, C. P. Dabbago, Mike Hondr'icks, 1). S. Duncan, Je'ir. Miller, Geo.T.AVentherholt. For Sale. Pure Bred Berkshire I'lfcs, all ages Eligible to registry. For Prices rnd other Information addrers J, T. lUijuntis, "' Uanllnsburg, iy. Jno. AV. A'est, F. N. D'iluv, AWL. Allegree, Jus. S. Tinius, D.Denvin, D. S. Dichardson, F. Fraize, Chas. Furrow, G. AV. Short. FARMERS FREE COLUMN. For Sale a lot of fine bred hones and marcs Ed. Bennett, Irvlngton, Ky. , Sweet Potatoo Plants for sale Waldo Simons. Toblnipo'rt, Ind.. . J. AV. l AVoolfolk , 892 . , For County Judge '71. 0. Itnwlings .; 011 !W1 dosing Exercises Of tho Cloverport II. dough . . High School, Thurs- J. W. Vessels .'. 228 004 509 1184 day, 'May 'loth: For County Attorney Thos. II. Hamilton J. AV. Owings For County Clerk-- It. Prayer Music ,.., When Bab;- - won tick, we gare her Castorla. When sho was a Child, sho cried (or Castorln. When bIio becamo Miss, sho clung to CastorlA. When iho had Children, she gave them Castorla. SHIBTSv PltOlff BUY YOUE - J. D. BABBAGE. Hov. Brandon II. Nevitt For-Shcriff- 'nt - Z Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tin: funeral of Senator Heck, which took place in Lexington last Thursday, The best salvo in the world for cuts,; .. 313 K. 11. "Dondurant is said to have bson tlu largest that has bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fuver ,.f131 C. C. Thompson taken place theri since tljat of Henrv sores, tetter, chapjied hands, chilblains, AV, "N. Osborne ...10.5 Clay. corns, and skin eruptions, nnd positively , .180 A. C. Rcesor H. i. cures Piles, or no pay required. It Ih ,. . II. IP. Harrington Tin: entire western front of the Singer guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or Sewing Macjiiiio Factory was burned nt money refunded. Price 25 cents per Worth'Knowing- KUzabetli, j J,, last week, fho loss box For sale by CS. W. Short, Clover-por- t, was estimated nt two million 'dollars. Ky., and J. A. AVitt, liiirdiushHrg, IIuuiiks' Tonic The old time, reliable Ky. remedy for Fever and Ague, deputaThe General Conference oftiio Meth- tion earned by Thlrtyvyenrs success. You IJrh1iitde1wly7g'onoiacoir1 can,'dopWd''iponU?-Jruodist Church South Is In session It! Dnun-(IIST- S Dr. Hnrrlsou nnd his administration. placifat havb IT. . For Superintendent of "School T. It. O'Dryan L. A. Fnurestv. . t "V Fpr Jailer T. AVoolfolk .... - . .1172 i 701 . .MS0 i" , at-S- InW Choir Salt, its history and manu; . . ,Lon 'Moromon facture Heading The Closing Yenr. ..... . . 4i VAllieno furray Fssny "Natural Gas, its "history, production and uso. .AVnlterKimM Presentation of prizes for best original desighs frorii geo,., metrical, figures Address Cranks nnd their Uses. . Principal Awarding diplomas to graduates Hon. I). It. Murray Music , Choir d 'Ikmcdlction will bo short and will' , Tho exercises begin at 8 o'clock p. in. sharp. JJvery-6n- o thnt is interested in tho welfare of the children In tho school nnd 'In town is invited. No special invitations will bo given out. The oxorclscs will take . ltev.-Penro-- Important mence at the lo Teachers Dr. IluuruaiiYi' are scientifically nnd carefully prepared prescriptions t tuod for many years la private practice witlieucceu.audforover thirty jreora tued by the people. Every mglo 8pe-clf- la U a special euro (or tho disease named. Tliute UpoclUcs cure without drugging, purtf-lui- c or reducing Ihe system, nurture la fact and Ueodthanoverclgii roiuudlo o film World. Humphreys' " "'1 A review term of one month will com- Hardmsburg Normal InstjtuteflH&n- day, June 9th, 1890, . and continue until the firtt July Mi, 1890. Such a course of study will bo prepared as will be best suiteUifontho preparation of teachers lo stand the coming examination. Tuition Fee, $3.00 in advance. Hoard, $2.00 per week. All teachers who aro expecting to stand this examination will do well to avail themselves of this opportunity. For furthecJnfonnntion apply to f ailltteU lo.lhu llukt. All are ontitleu to the best that their money will buy, so every family should" havo, at once, a bottle of tho best family remedy, Syrup. of Figs, to cleanso tho system when costive or1 bilious. For sale in 60c and $1.00 bottles by all leading druggists. 3s Kurvumllrblllty Vlriuury a- UrrruTaixariLNoa. rwcKs, cunt 1 Vnverai Cuugnllou, Inflammation , ,.J5 U Worms, Worm lever. Worm Collo ,3 Collr.cirTcetlilngof Infants ,'3.5 I) 'rylu; 4 IHurrUeu, of Children or Adult ... .l.'t I err, jripiug, uuioiu Collo. ., ,r .v. rbuH, Vomiting..,, ii uuvivru 43 7 Ooush Cold, inuui:uiLia H Nourn via, T'ootuache, Kacoacjie II llouducliei), blckllendaclie. Vertigo. II IIVHUU oiu, villous blomacli.... , 1 niiiuruseiiorx-niuiu- i WkftUN, tool'rofiue l'erlods I'lS f'J (J J SI roup. Cough, Ullllcult liiculhlnc ., ,3,1 Walt Jtbouui. Krytliielaa, Lruntioci. .'Js i Fpveranil AKtte.CljUli.UalaiU .31 or llltedlng .At) 17 Aft J'Warrli, Inrjuensa,CplliiUieIleaa .30 U J booplng.VdUEli, Vlolrnt Coughs. ..i( .3H Hi l',Wr,l JllMiinHo U7 KlUuer I!rb"ii.l'rtcniwkumi .fl 1 rerlo. ji . .lit Wenkuesv. Wellum CnU .IS :0 DUeanesof IheUcurt.rall'lUtloal.ie - Sold by DruggUta. or cent of prlee. J)h. RDMruMtm' bounrt In eloth and g lumpbreys'JIutllcliieCo S.P.8HA0KLETT, ttin. 'S'P'EiC'lJFi-CA- - J-- . 3n .TT"" n'rccns sulzvre. (.randpa's AVondtr Soap Milcrs. AValkcr Hoard was Mi no llj ifwn lWJ A DISTINGUISHED LOUISVILLE vrOT' - PARTY OF I 1 t ' I M I l I I I I I I I I III I IJ I I I I IJJ 32. down from Holt BUSINESS MEN BUSINESS. ii .. ." OKTJE l,:' tf 4, V Both tlio method nnd results when Syrup of Figa is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta gcntlyyetpromptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses thosys-tcoirectiially, dispels colds, fovcra and cures hahitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind over produced, pleasing to tho taeto and to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly hcnoficial in its cfTccts, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeablo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to nil nnd huva made- it tho most ponular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is fur silo in 50c and 1 bottles by nil leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on baud will procure it promptly for any one who J)o not accept wishes to try it. any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. hend-achesan- EIVJOYS WlfVMftMV m d Kickotts. A pipe lino company has betjn organized and lias let contract for rjiping tho town. ' McCloskey i&Evnns, an old qucgnswaro house of Louisville, failed Monday for $25,000. Why it is to the interest ofoVoryhoily to buy Moii'ri, BoyV ami Children's Clothing from Thoy Inspect Our Natural Gas, LimeFirat Our Clothing t3 our own inanuTuclure, made by our stone and Various Minerals, and best custom tailors. Aro Favorably Impressed ' Tho cloth is always thoroughly shrunk by our . Second With Our Surroundfe ','stenm shrinker" before cutting. ings. Third The linhjg-- and workmanship nrc the best; scams don't rip, buttons stay on and garment holds shape. Tllfi I'AIITY lIAMMMIi:i,V Il- Fourth We sell this superior Clothihg for less than you Kutecre. tie department ti:ii;,vim: to ni.wi;it at If AV. Dently went to Louisville Monaro required to pay for Eastern "tenncnient house" stull'. G. where it is to day to attend tho races. thi: ci.oviiiiroitT these arc not sufficient recsons to convince anyone iioti:i Mrs. II. S. Wiley left last week to join his interest to buy Clothing, then come to us and we will give her husband at Little Hock, Ark. Come to us for polite and honest you many more reasons. .11 a It en It In tlic IN. Prohibition carried in Hardin county Tliclr VUlt Our stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing treatment. tnblUluuciit of n Sodit Ash IMniit last Monday by a majority of 721. Ko garnever was so complete as now, and never so cheap. Umploylnjr Ono Tluuikiiiiil Golden Seabright bantam eggs, pure when part cotton. No ments represented as r. J. E. Drown. blood, at SI. 50 for tic 11. clothes passed upon an unsuspecting customer. We are square. Union Star, Miss llcbccca IHckettn, of A party composed of Col. Bennett II. is visiting her mother, Mrs. Christina Young, J. M. Eettcr, Harry Weissonger, j j11 all-wo- Thursday. Our lino of umbrellas can't bo excelledSulzcrs. Dark Hiawatha flno cut diguing tobacco Snlzura. Potatoes New vegetables, at Siikem' cabbago and beans. Henry Solbrig and Chas. llynn went tp C'nnnelton last week. Southdown ram for sale. Young and fine. Dr. J. E. Drown. "Neck or nothing" is tho.motto of our VISIT OUR CITY WITH AN EYE TO Four Good Reasons We Cure its f n jt Those who suffer from Bad Fits will find a sure and certain cure by having all lHA-D- ol ng CLOTHING Made to order at A. W. Hyde, W. T. Grant, ltoland L. Insure your life in tho, old reliable United States Life Insurance Company of New York. - SAN MANCISC LOUISVILLE, KY. ), OAL. HEW YORK, N.Y. W11 m a ST-- ' St.: FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS. We ore authnrlteil tn annnunco as a Candidoto fur Clerk Court of Appeal Subject to the uctlnn of Deuincniilo Btato Convention GRORGEH. MADDEN, FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. Wo ure authorised to announce of the City of nr a candidate for to the Juilgoof thnCnuitaf Appcals.-fuljec- t notion of tho Democratic intty i.f tho Third Ajipnllate District. 1 lOIIN ROBERTS, oiiImIIIo. ' 'o are authorized to announco as a candidate fur to eloctlon to the office of Judge of tho Court or Appeal, subject to the uctlnn of th'o Democratic party. 2 JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Win. K. Unrncs, llurdinsburg. &. Attorneys :?- i tat"- MURRAY BARNES, sxtHa-AV- . - S feL llardinsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, HARDINSBURG, KY. nlth Murray & llnrnes Court Square mv f. S.K. i Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, Office orer Dainty women loye dainty things. Let nono such fail to sec our laceB and embroideries Sulzers. Mr. Franklin Ditto, gr., of Louisville, and his eon, John T., are visiting his laughter, Mrs. J. D. llabbage. Mrs. John Durks returned from Owens horo Wednesday, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. G. B. Tyler, jr. Eggs Eggs I Bronze turkey eggs from Mrs, Crabb's Hock of best blood in tho State, at ijtf.00 per doz. Dr. J. 13. Brown. Mr. II. W. Carman set out a hall acre of tobacco last week, and has plants enough to set out his entire crop tho llrst season that comes. The Bobbin factory troubles have all boon gdjusted nnd the work of putting up the building and setting tho machinery is now, progressing rapidly. Go tip to the examination Thursday, If not oh other days, as tho prize designs will bo handed in that day. Judges will be selected from the audience. Mark-Twainever know tho amount of joy an old farmer experienced over tho good results of Ganter's chicken cholera cure, which is warranted to cure every time. Sold by G. W. Short. Notice Dr. AV. T. Taylor, of the firm of J. 11. Taylor & Son, owing to illness will not bo in this city before the latter part of this week. He will also bo in the city May 21, 22, 215 and will be at the Cloverport Hotel ono week. 1 n '. "- .-: llichtmlmi's Ihmlimrc store. CLOVERPORT. KY. J. C. IltTSII, J. II. TAVI.Oltv W. 8. TAYI-Olt- . Over Zulaufi Jewelry Store 0WENSB0R0, Frederica Street, DRNTISTS KY. J. H. Taylor & Co., m- P, - . ?...... s - Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, LOCAL lfiUO. BREVITIES. H ', m t Legal BititH made at Sabers'. About to open for business nun shades -- Sulzers. " -luv. Penrod lins moved into Mrs Cooper's house. J. A. Gully, of Ashland, ill., is vihitinj,' relatives' in the city. WJiun you go to Ilunlinsburg stop at tho Huckcby Homo. T English JJerkHliirQ.goy'i)ijjJ for "Sale. lir. J. E.' lirown. lisd Mninio ;Vineynrd, of St. Joseph, Mq isvlgiting Miss Mitry Holt. s .ville, wore in in tho city i heal, and thereby rcmoviLg all possibility of other members of tho lamily becoming likeSend to Blood Balm Co., At wise afflicted. lunta, (la., for book that will convince. J. II. Outlaw, Mt. Olive N. C, writes : "I hod running sores on my shoulders and arms. One bottlo of B. B. B. cured me entirely. L. Johnson, Belmont Station, Miss., writes: "11. B. B. has wurked on me like a charm. My head and body were covered with sores, snd my hair caino out, but B. B. B. healed mo quickly. W. J. Klnnln, Uutcbens, Texas, writes : "B. B. B. has cured my wlfo of a large ulcer on her leg that doctors and nil other medicines could not ill J. Uossmao, a prominent merchant of a rceneboro, Qa., writes: "I know of several cases of blood disease speedily cured by B, B, Bl Two bottles cureJ a lady of ugly scrofulous akin sores." 'V. C Blrchmoro Co., Mazey, Qa., write: LiH. B B. In curing Mr. Bobt. Ward, of blood polsop, effected ono of the most wonderful cures that over came to our kuowledge." cu-e- ." are evidences of contagious blood disease. It is inanlfeally a duty to eradicate blood poison from 'the system by a use of II. B. I). (Uotania Blood Balm), thus enabling the sore plnccs to Contagions Blood Diseases. Ulcer, tores, pimples, Itch, salt rheum, etc., i THE MACHINE SHOPS. Mh E. B. Ziegler., master of trains, Louisville, was down last week arranging ,for a new time table to go into effect Thursday. V" V X Mr, Y, S.,Crogory, of Grandyiow.'Jnd., vas visiting hia aivnts hero last week. Miss Sue Mcllenry, of Owonsboro, is upending n few weeks with Miss Mnry Hplt.. ,QimrlQrlyine,uting afll.ojt" n6xt guil'-- ; day at 11 ii. ni.j'nt tho V. E. chmvh hero' ;nt nightf Jersey cow, Southdown ram, good horse, English Uerkshire pigs to tr.ulo for lumber. Dr. J. E. lirown. Mrs. AV. 0. Alton, Mrs. J. Q. Nolle, Miss Jessie Witt and Mr. Chas. Itedmond left last week ,on a brief visit to (len . Dale, Ky. Thero will be n fctrawberry and ice-- , cream suppor nt Kishor'B hall Tuesday, -- May20tnf'ataiiKUi.i?or tho benojit of tliSiUniilibt.slturql sherifl Grant Gregoryjjaa been confined to his bed 16r the past ten days from injuries received by being thrown fromjiis buggy while coining homo Jrom IJardiiiMburg, ' Dr. W. S. Taylor, of Ovvensboro, reach-e- d tho city Sunday, enrouto to Ilanlins-burwhere he will bi tho romnindcr of .this week. Aftor that ho may be found' ntthoCloverpoit Hotel for pup wck, k. IL Lv &b- shortly. The pay rpll for tho machino shops amounted to nearly $3000 last month, fjrho engineers bad big runs last month and carnqd from $150 to $175. The firemen likewise swolled their earnings. Mr. J. G. Harris has chargo of the books of the shops and is a very clover gentleman, and takes pleasure in showing ' Visitors through the works. There aro thirty or forty nieehiuiics witjithcjr families waiting and anxious to move in as soon as they can secure suitable homes. "Xono but sober, honest and reliable men are employed in these shops," said' a prominent official and wo won't have a man on onr.pay roll who won't pay his dobts. ,? - v ' There are about forty men employed at tho shops nojy.and they havn't got .fairly under way yet. Eivo thousand dollars paid out hero every month is a big thing for Cloverport Itjiclps everybody. Several of our homo men have good plnccH and make good wages. Tho paint shop is about completed aittl it will require several men to run it. The-- new comers arc all' well pleased with tho town. They like tho place and the people, and tho only (rouble is, no houses to movo their families into. K . g, D. SkillmanflMk, Katiofllo-ntSr- ; A. A. Simons" Orvillo T." Skill-maDr. n W. S. Dowmcr and Chas. V. Mr. Chas. 11. Skillman iinconinniitod VtoIorganllejld vMpnday. 0,11 hirt Voyage ' ' 4inamiiM,nlaI. , Quite a party of our monied men w'ill' , go down to Owonsboro today to attend .tho three days 1udjKtlcH which begin thero today. ThcrojHjto.mistako .about Owonsboro' biting ono of tho coining ,jtown.ofKcntukyl4!md an Investment ' In her real estate means :big returns' td tko investor. Qlhit A. n, More Pensions and Bounty. Agentleman representing Milo B..Ste-vens&C- IJab-lmif- Claim Attorneys, of Washington, D. C, can bo seen at tho Cloverport Hotel, Cloverport, Ky., Saturday, May 17th, day and evening; Howard's Hotel, Eordsville, Ky., Monday, May l!)th; Budy House, Owensboro, Ky., Tuesday, May 20th, day and evening, and at Commercial Hotel, Hartford, Ky., ;Tjtcsduy, ray 27th, by persons desiring Information concerning penslpns, pour. Senate. tiesetcor haying caims which tkejv ilcsirq to have provocated by mM uttois .llswfc ymrJeh ueys. iKtUUM Hodges, Lexington Observer. ICditor and Legislator Hon. John II Kemp, Clinton Democrat. Tho Hditor'H Relation to Uoonm T. II. Arnold, Middk'Hhoro Nowh. AVo Can Tho Advertising Agent Abuse Him, if Wo Can Not Heat Him John A. Hell, Ueorgetown Times. Our Esteemed Contemporaries K. A. Gullion, Carrollton Democrat. The Duties and Responsibilities ;of tho County Journalist -- Harry A. Joiners, Flizabetbtown Nows. Hustlo Ncel Ulinii, Madisonillo ' ' Hustler. Tho Long Felt Want Arch Pool Hen-toKy. J. Tho Kxchango l'iejul Laurjo Uhikelov. Covimrton Coiiiiuoinvcaltli. Tho annual oiation will Iks delivered, by James AV. Hopper, of the Courler-Journ; tho annual poem by T. 'O. Ghisholni, of tho Franklin Times. Tho nrr.ingeniont for ,tho delivery of ,tbo oration and poems is left with tho local XOTKS. committee, . ns aro all other questions There is no question about your gas or connected with tho meeting not involved your limestone, said Mr. Cain. What in the businefcs of the Association. wo want to know next, Have you tho Death of William S. Allen, Esq.- , salt water? Wo have, thank you, .and in largo quantities. Then you have a This excellent citizen died on last Frigood show for our plant. day at 11 o'clock a. m., from pneumonia, We trust tho gentlemon who were hero after an Illness of about ten days, at his last Monday appreciated our welcome. homo near this city. Wo were happy to see thorn. While it Mr. Allen was ono of our very best men was simple, it was warm and genuine. and lilri death has caused profound regret If they Jind stayed longer, wo would havo among tho ponplo. ."llo was quiet ami un dono more. ostentatious in manner, but of hound, Prof. Barnum has been working on his intelligonco and great practical fccnso soda ash schenio for fifteen years. His heart was always in 'tho right place It will cost $30,000 to put in tho plant. and his purso was always open to the call' Cloverport has everything they want-ch- eap of every body's needs. Ho was "an fuel, limcstono in abundance, Israelite Indeed in whom thero was no salt water and cheap transportation. guile", and a long lifo among our people Among the party last Monday wore of consistent and christian walk, endearthree gentlemen distinguished in tho ed him to the community nnd inspired scientific world -- Professors James Lewis universal confidence in him. Ho was for Howe, B.S. Harvey, and J. P. Barnum. . many years a Ruling Elder in tho PresWe were happy to greet tho gonial byterian church, whoso place will bo smllo and haudshako of Col. John S. hard to fill. Wo, in common with tho Hero's to frequent visits, Col. whole people, deeply mourn his loss. Cain. Your interest in the soda ash factory will The Evil of Allowing the Mind .to bring you among us often, wo hope. Col. Bennett II. Young, who quails Wander While inhurch. beforo no difficulty and rises triumphant Mr. Editor The last time I attended over all obstacles, saw our city for the church, which of courso was recently, I Wo fluttered must confess I heard not nil tho sermon first timo last Monday. ourselvtH that ho apprehended at a Tho preacher was talking of bonio anglance that right here Is the place to ex- cients with whom I am very slightly acorcise some of his unparalleled energy quainted, and 1 lost his train of thought. and splendid business sagacity. Thero Evil thoughts was tho result I glanced at may bo possibilities hero, Colonel, that the congregation. First noticed the exceed anything in your past history. Wo. songsters in tho choir, I say songsters bebelieve you caught a glympso tho other cause I believe that epithet bolongs' to day. birds, and tho femalo portion of the choir to which Ihavo reference,, looked Jlko lIo. J, Proctor vKuott would plcwsa birds, bluto ol Pifcletf?'Xyiiilnd wnn- the, people of Western Kentucky awtfB ilfsaii. Tiiiiiaa JMJliim' think thut t4tHL n, al - Whitnoy, Bushrod W. Taylor, A. J. Porter, 1'rof. J. 1. Barnum, Brof. J. Lewis Howe, Prof. B. S. Harvey, .Sjuart K. Young, Chas- - C. Godshaw, and last but not least, Col. John S. Cain arrived on a special train last Monday at 11:03 to examine into our advantages with a view of locating a plant for the manufacture of soda ash. Col. Joch D. Powers, of accompanied tho party. A largo committee of our citizens met them nt the depot and they were driven in carriages to several points about tho city. After an inspection of our gas wells, limcstono and lands, they were driven to the Cloverport Hotel and supplied with a bountiful and excellent dinner by Mrs. Temple- - It is needless to add the dinner was garnished with such salads and other appetizing fluids and preparations as were necessary to make it more enjoyable. With the zest usual to such occasions the inner man was in vigorated. Tho party is at once a guaranty of strength and a purpose to do something in a substantial way. AVlIen it is know 11 that there is but one soda ash factory in the United States, and thero aro imported annually into the United States worth of soda ash to supply our soap and glass f.ictoiics, tho impoitanco of such an enterprise can bo understood. Tho tlnee things essential in a location are natural gas, limestone and salt water. To these must be added the best facilities for transportation. These things wo have, and of this tho visiting gentlemen went away fully satis-lieThey were astonished at the strength and power of our gas wells. The half had not been told thcin. Prof. Harney was a doubting Thomas until ho had applied his instruments to the Oelc well, and found its pressure up to i;to pounds to the square inch, and its flow at tho rate of Ji.OOO.OOO cubic feet per day. As to tho limestone thoy found our city surrounded by it, nnd ho situated as to be inexpensively convenient to the proposed works, and to both railroad and river. They took away with thorn specimens of the salt water found in such unlimited quantities in all of our gas wells. Of course tho gjnt'.omen eamo to no conclusion about a location. "What wo have desired is that our field should bo examined and what we can show, be known to the gentlemen at tho head of the enterprise. If other points excel us in advantage ', it will not come here and indeed ought not to bo located her;. AVe want a full and fair consideration, and that wo will have without doubt. Tho establishment of this soda ash factory hero means more than wo arc apt to anticipate. It will employ operators by the hundreds, nnd expend money by tho hundred thousands. GlasK-nnsoap manufactories will follow close 111 its wake. In our opinion, wo havo hero tho best point in tho country, and we are almost of tho belief tho gentlemen who were bore last Monday saw it and were convinced. d. JULIUS ,1 WNT 11 I I I I I I I I I "Old ReLialjle" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. l.l.l I I I I pgB8Bffi88gBSEEEEg5 I I I I 1 I I I I I I L GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC syrup. The smallest Infant will take it and never know it is medicine. Children cry for It. Never falls to fcltf" rf4 " ,..,1 n Suiters MTsi MsM m lisf wlm afsM mht mtt mmt safci isfti dm wm mlu n isfc It li as pleasant to the taste as lomon eure. ! A JL mm mm A ii We Guarantee. Satisfaction. -- StU Chills once broken will not return. Tost you only half tho price of other Chill Tonics. No quinine needed. No purgative needed. Contains no poison. Cheaper than It purifies the It blood and removes all malarial poison from the system, is as large as any dollar tonlo and RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. quinine. : Try Us for a Good Fit. : iui -- EmwzA vf. smm WARR ANTED mwmmww,w -s k. rjvrv SJ.J fTSTK.stfr m n"r Gj.ifci5j!kJ&i'fcJlL' l .A ut.uiax'o iC! rhMkl illUnU rioift tul nit lb re 4oitn f Tour Oidtc'i Taite If Chill Toole I wu lufS with tht lot ftvra you hot lamnivr The proj.U wtrt dtiighutl with It I who utrt to om j oar Chill fitt and swarthy Tonloemaciated, childrenbadcbroulo pile having toJ CblUi lor month ttt one of thiu ft r yrtt, and with Hit Thill within three wevki afirr Tonlo thrjr wrrt hat and heart, with red and rutj 11 PiH roKXtftHTILLI, UtM., Dee. MlDICINI Co , 1'sUU, TtOB H. 18&3. aiUkl like arharm.- WOOL! WOOL! I'Olt 8. II. IS BV :GB IV. A'. BTI.VSOM, U. D. JESSE "W. C'LOVERPOltT, KY. Press Convention, Frankfort, April 2S.-.Sj- tcial. band who had closed his. eyes, may be to shut out the woi Id, and afterwards conof tho Keiitm-kl'nw, cluded that, as he had so much faith in Johnson, Ashociation, nniionni'i'H in the Capital the parson, he would leave his case with this morning the following piograni for him, and take a nap. And further back the literary cxeivibes of tho mci'ting at w as a young Miss, a peach blossom, seemingly greatly interested in the sermon, Winchester, Wednesday, .Tniio 4 : but at same time looking askance at the Col. II. JonriialiMin concomitant youth, who in 'inocuous Jesfiiinino Journal. dessitude," was looking over his collar -- Funeral reThat Adertising Kill (ireen It. Keller, Carlisle Mer- beside her. I reckon it was the devil marks that suggested it to my mind that the cury. dear girl was wishing the exercises would "Wo Gathered the Nowh A TorIIow clo&e that sho might arrive at home in nado Story Thomas CJ. AVatkiiis, C time to ask the young man to go in . Etlift-of JournalismCol. John (). awhile. And in the front pews were the Anlc-helhiin ty, Pounds of GINSENG, BLOOD ROOT, YELLOW ROOT and MAY APPLE ROOT. Send us your CHICKENS and EGGS. Write for prices to PIPES & DeHAVEN, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, We want One Million Pounds of Wool by July 1st, also Five Hundred Thousand 3.-- y CORN DRILLS, & good sisters, whoso husbands had allow- ed them to como to church, while they remained at homo to look after the children. These arc not the sleepers but the real pillars of the church. It must encourage a minister to rile before such intelligent and doout personages. I should think it would render his his mind more active, and causo his thoughts to bo oxpresscd more fluently. Like the moon, Queen of night, as sho appears over n distant hill to lend her brilliant rays'to tho traveller who is feel-Ip- g his way in darkness. The Doxology was thou sung. Cloverport, Ky. S. A Chance for a WALKING CULTIVATORS, RIDING CULTIVATORS, SPRING TOOTH HARROWS, Delivered to any railway stalhn in Pay for themselves first season. Breckenridge County free. If you want them or a good Thresher, Engine or Saw Mill, You can make money by buying from R. J. J3ASSETT & BRO., LEITCHFIELD, KY. Fortune Without I plies. H l:q.j Work. Circitt curiosity was showriPas to who was. favored by Fortune In tho Grand Monthly Drawing of tho Louisiana State Lottery at Now Orleans on Tuesday (always Tuesday) April 15. Cicn'ls G. T. $.J00,00u It was sold in twentieths at tion to the entire distribution. Ticket No. 21,303 drew the fiit Capital Prizo of Ilcnuregard of La., and Jubal A. Early of Ya., as usual gave their personal atten- Quo was hold by Mrs. M. $1.00 each. Tandy, Tvyaek, I. .', and Jno. .S. Lewis, Meriden, Conn.; ono collected through First National Rank, Jersey City, N. J.; ono held by A. S. Anderson, Chicago, 111. ono by Roll & Eyster Rank, Dtiluth, Minn.; ono by Otis Edwards, Itoston, lass,; ono by a correspondent, Verdi, Nevada.; one.by Phillip Reichwein, Indianapolis, Ind.; ono by Felsenthal, Jyos & Miller, Chicago, III.; ono by Tlios ij. Watkins, A'est End, Central S.C.; ono by J. C. Hlggs, Conway, Ark., etc. Tic-kNNo. ST.lKM drow tho Second Capital Prize of 100.000, also in twentieths. One to Mrs. Rernard Manning, 1014 Walnut St St. Louis, Mo.; one to James Forest, Philadelphia, Pa.; ono to Metropolitan National Rank, Chicago, 111.; ono to Richard Fitzpatrick, 318 Applo St., Peoria, 111. ono to II. A. Vialle, Boston, Mass.; ono to F. D. Osgood, Boston, Mass.; ono to O. II. Thul, Chicago, 111.; ono to Franklin Bank, St. Louis, Mo.; ono to Thos. Carty, Cortland, N. Y.; etc. Ticket No. 41.MM) drow tho Third Capital Prizo of $r0,000 bold in twentieths, ono to AY. II. Durham 2H So. Front St., Philadelphia, Pa.; one to Rank, San Francisco, Cal.; ono to G. Montgomery, 33 Bunker Building, Kansas City, MjO.; ono to L. L. Siuih, Chicago,.!!!.; ono to M. F. Tab-le- r, Norborpe, Mo.; one to Alexander Co. National Bank, Cairo, 111.; one to R. II. AVarden, 870 Duuphiuo St., New Orleans, La., etc. Ticket No. 7,088 drow the Fourth Capital Prizq.of $,Q00. Jt was sold in twentieths also, one to a Corres-ponde'r- it through AVclls, Fargo & Co.'s qt Anglo-Cu)lfornla- n WHEELERS. A word to the Wheelers. You needn't consult anybody uor make any arrangements in regard to your sup I am selling goods now lower than any living man Come to my fctore in can sell them and always have. Hardinsburg and it will take me only a few minutes to convince you of the fact. Talk about 10 per cent. I don't ask any more on my goods and sell a gn-amany articles t for less. I am the original low price man of this county. If you want goods bring along the cash or its equivalent, produce. J. A. WITT, Hardinsburg", Ky. A Sure Hog- Cholera Preventive. , J. E. MOORMAN'S - Hogr Griolera. Preventive A KUiclmulBiiiSaM lev' k- - wMKl!n duoe and kwtt prtod. t tii aOo9 .. V.; ono to Third National Bank, Ixniwvillo, Ky.; Doreoy. Mmi-wemu-r tlmt ono to Robt. II.etc. All Stio F, deinform-UkOhio ; rleJj$t nMuljiMt 'tltelr boMieU I sired can bo hwl 00 application tq M. A. sw a food Slater tyulgiii her litis- - Dauphin, yew Ofk'JMw, 3NWpwee 'ColTurS'yBOii Tyler, Bucklaud, Cfn-cinna- UA.s2MH2flBBdSM . bi(It Will ptoventlho ravages of Choi era 00 uny farm stock, and, In omo & eaiei will euro Cholera, although wo Mmmm will not Insure It to Jo 10. It has bten tried and thoroughly tested bjr many of the btst farmere In Dreckenrldgo and Hardin counties and has never failed. Ilelow are the names of some of our farmers who have teted its merits : John Meador, Dolh Joc," Big Springs j Bob English, Dr 0.7. Aad, Ceclllan j Chas. Hardaway, Bewleyvllle. . Experience teaches ur that Hog Cholera cannoj be cured except In rare cases 5 bo this U a preventive which, If gtven aocordlng to directions, we warrant to prwerro thehealth Twenly-fivpowsie Is put up In sacks at WA cents par pound. It ' . heft heaHhy for a year, AaXMfS Beard A Heeler, Uardlnsburgi (1. W, Short, Oloverpwi j J Ji. '' '" . Maaafaeiured by $& k W " e w-- kf twarylr, rsr,iiiili 1. J. E. MOORMAN, Owl 0 Breckenridge News, Death of Littlo Claudo Pcnrod. Died in this city, prii SMIi, little Claw le, son of I'nstor V. K. Pcnrocl, after n few days of painful illness which ho bore v ith great fortitude for one so young. To our Iwloved pastor and Jiis ' wife wc extend our heartfelt Bympathy in the I019 of tiieir darling boy. Ho wan full of promise to them, but their loss is his gain, and their resignation to the will of God is as sweet ns religion. Funeral services were held on the ."Oth by Ucv. W. 0. limntion, after which Ins remains were taken to the cemetery and ROCK LICK, buried. At or israrnT. a meeting of tho liaptist Sundny-Fchnon the Ith hist., Messrs. S. I'. Hiisoi.rriovN Conrad, C. K. l.ightfoot and J. K. Keith were apiwinted a committee to draft res. ollitions nipropriatc to the demise of lit-tClaudo IVnrod. The committee docs not propose anything fulsome, for the child was but little known to us; we only in part wish to pay our tribute of respect to the departed and our love for llro. and sister 1'cnrod ; therefore, Jlcwhfil, That in the death of little has Claude l'enrod the Sunday-scholost one of its pupils just as he began to learn its lessons. 1'futlml, That though his place is vacant here, we are assured that he fills one where he bears no disease, no pain, breath. 110 chilling winds nor jmImhiouj Jesus slid, "Sillier little children to come unto me," etc. lbmlml, That we herebj tender our sympathy to the bereaved parents in this their aflliction, and oiler this solace, Though he can not return to them, they can go to him. S. V. Conrad, C. K. Lightfoot, J. i:. Keith. ihwriiilhiij xmi "Coinittlmtililiihul View from tltif liiinil uonurlliy ml ion done." ii This Is bad weather foftlio farmers, Mr. AV. J. bean, Jr., is in this week. Mifwdlettie Webb is in lmisville this week, shopping. Misses .lenilie and Maggie Dvan have returned from Louisville Miss Carrio Owen contemplates n visit to llardinsburg soon. Mr. Will Peim made n flying visit to Irvington last Sunday. Messrs. Dick Owen and Jesse Howard have returned from the mountains. We wish tho Ifockvule correspondent would "let up" on tho jfcGinty gag, Miss Xannio Green, of Louisville, will soon take charge of the. school at this place. Mr. Tom llutler, of Slireve, Ky., paid another visit to prospective relatives last Saturday and Sunday. Sunday, was no preaching Thero Hrother lteid being detained at IJtncaster, Ky., on account of the illness of his mother. Mr. l'rnest ltobertson went to llardinsburg last Wednesday to lay his case before the court. Wo hope the Judge will bo Mercer-ful- . YES, T. MOORB SiVW-; fr "!" ----. - , & CO., -- ,? CARPETS. weigh this over carefully in FUf I TIE NEWSPAPER talk is expensive. many columns in enumerating tho various kinds of Parlor Suits, Suits, Bockers (patent and floor), in great variety, Lounges, Bed-Boom a mind. Tnko into considera tion our viiPt experience, our superior lulvniilngcs over the regular dealer, and every man, woman or child who buys a dollar's worth gets the benefit of (to be modest and &ay tho least) thirty-thro- e and one-thir- Divans and Couches in styles to please and prices low. Gilt Work, handsome, stylish and at prices sale. , DINING-ROO- Ho warrant ready d per cent. . hotf 1J011 For renovating the system, eliminating the blood, whether of scrofulous or malarial origin, S. S. S. has won the name of "Golden Liquid." To woman it imparts freshness of complexion, beauty of form and elasticitv of Mcp. This is the long record of a purely vegetable remedy whose fame is widespread ovcy two continents; which has retained its popularity for over lialf a century, its demand increasing at home, and orders coming for it wlieie the Knglish tongue is iMtver spoken. This speak volumes for its ellicacy. (S S. S is nut a nosSwift's trum rif a brief dav 's existence, such as spring up like the mushroom, but thousands of testimonals from nun, women, and even reputable physicians attest its solid worth as a lemedial agent, and Keep it at the fiout. What (onvincing evidence further can the iitlln ted world all poisons from Sin-cHi- demand? l)iseaes Treatise on Wood and mailed free. Shut Sen n u Co , Atlanta, Ga. The poulid party of May :!d, Henry Dean's, was epiite a success. tables groaned beneath their weight of good things and wero beautifully decorated with ferns and flowers and the spacious dining hull was a mass of evergreens. The whole house was illuminiit ed, and Misses Sallie, Nelia and Lou made evcrjone feel welcome by their The young usual genial hospitality. ladies were all elcLMiitly attired, ltelovv we give a description of the lostumcs-Mis- s Sallie Dean, black silk, print lace, garnet ornaments, Xelia Dean, black lace, decolete, diamonds and natural (lowers; bin Dean, light blue satin, cream lace overdress, natural flowers; Nannie Owen, pearl grey silk anil lace overdress, natural flowers; Llla Owen, black velvet with burnt rose trimming, diamond ornaments; Carrie Owen brown and old gold silk, natural flowers ; Lutie Moorman, goblin blue satin, white flow ers; 1 arne .vlorenieii, cream silK, riDDon and flowers; Mattie Kskridgc, royal purple velvet, cream lace overdress; Amanda Dean, cream serge, topaz ornaments, natural flowers; Sallie Dean, sea foam green and cream silk, rubies and flowers; Maggie Dean, cream satin and e, decolete, diamonds and pink rose buds; Cella itobertson, Nile green satin and natural flowers, Ldna Itobertson, pink satin, cream lace overdress, pearls, Annie Dean, black lace, pink roses, diamonds The following gentlemen were present . Messrs. AVill and Trank Dean, Tom Itutler, Tom and Kugene Itobertson, Krnest and Victor Itobertson, John and Charlie Dean, John Payne, George Aber-natliVenule Moorman, Jesse and Joe Howard, Jim Dean, Dick and Jesse Owen, ('has. lllaml, Clark and John Owen, Chas Owen More anon. 1 1 Wo can JUST THINK OF IT I sell you the very best MoqucC for the sa'mc money you have to pay for a Mr. at cheap'Body Brussels ; the finest Body Tho Brussels at a Tapestry Brussels price; and the very finest Tapestry for what you havo been paying for an ordinary FURNITURE. - Judging from our enormous- sales justifies us in saying that buyers can find no better place from which to select. Our salesrooms are large and light. You can see the goods just as they actui.lly Ingrain Carpet. This we can do, and A arc doing every day. Bug Department is a visit to our are, and we invite your special attention to them. Careful personal attention in every department of our business is showing treat in itself; amply repaying the critic, the sightseer and the hover. The beautiful combinastyles and designs are equaled only hy tho art galleries of There is life in it, as our cut Europe. tions of colors, results, and those who favor us with their patronage can rely upon faithful and efficient service and first-class good productions. AVe arc ready indicates. to furnish houses or looms complete in the most perfect maimer and on 'teims that can not bo bettered. Skilled people in every department. Freight Paid on All Goods Within 200 Miles of Louisville, except Mirrors, Show Cases and Goods Bought at Auction. ANUFACTURERS' .'.AGENT Jefferson Street, between Fourth and Fifth, LOUISVILLE, KY. prisu. Tnlm no hnc unless "V . 1.. DouKlan' nam and iirlcn nrn fttnillllftl fill tllO bottom. If tint t'eiilur unnot supply you, eml illrcct to fiutory, ciicIuhIiic iiuiertlied CADTIOW 1S90 FRANK S.COOK -- : :- L. D. ADDISON'S ADDISON, KY. ' s lis9 Ak sgz A BTav Letter from South Carolina. Somm ii i, S. C, May 'M, 1MK). JJitr.c k i:imx.i: Xi:n - The warm davs 1 1 Remarkable Rescue. Mis Michael Curtain, I'LnauVM, HI., makes the statement Omt she caught co'd, which settled ou her lungs, sh" was treated for a nmnili bv her fainilj but grew worse lie told her she was a Itojulnw victim of eonmiiiiptiim and that no medicine could cine her Her druggist suggested Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption ; she bought a bottle and to her delight louud herself, b'lielited from first dos. She continued! its use and after taking ten bottles, fitimll h Tsclf sound and well, now does hm o win housework and is as well as she vnun was, I'ree trial bottles of tl 'u CSrfil: UImiov-cr- y at G. W. Short's, Cluxvtport. Kv and J. A. Witt's, llardinsburg, Ky. phj-sieia- have set in here. The leaves on the trees are fully grown and the shades are refreshing, especially in the middle of tin day. lEveand oats ate headed out nml in bloom The wheat will be a fail-u- n in this section I sec fanning here on a largir scale tiiiui in wmr seition of the country, l'ive hundred aens of oats belonging to one farm is a sight never before. Accompanied hy my brother, I yesterday visited two miles from the village and saw a mai hiue planting tobacco. This is a sight I never expected to see, but it does it, and does it well. The machine is pretty much like a Vandivcr corn planter, but smallei and lower. The driver sits in front , in his rear is a barrel to i urn water. A pipe is connected with the barrel and is woikcd bj a lever. It makes a levolution and waters the gioiind about a foot underneath the surfaie There are two seats in the lear occupied bj two small negroes, and tliej alternately place the plants in a little drill und it presses the dirt to (lie plant closely, but it does not set the plants in the ground as tightlj as hands usually do the old way. The weather is so dry the )ut'hiie doesn't do us L'ood work as if it were in good condition. It would not work in Mumps. Some patties saj there is three times as much money in tobacco here as there is in cotton. One man saj's lie made :?i.000 on tliirtj acres of tobacco last yiar. It is cuicd up by Hue. The Democrats are havinga little family row thicatciiiug a division, and if thej divide, it is prcdic ted the liadieals will get possession of the State again. Hcspcetfullj, 1 LUMBER, LATHI W. L. DOUGLAS FOR $3 Cult, SHOE GENTLEMEN. Vino Grain nnd Creml. lli-iii- v I m.vlav 9 Is the place to buy SEWINO MACHINE for less money than any other place in the country The machines I sell are equal to any that agents chargo from $35 to $5D for: I guarantee them to bo what I say or no trado. Agents will say the machine is no account, because the largo difference in our prices, but I figure on this as on everything I handle, cut it as low as it can be cut. "My Motto" quick salos and small proflt. Two drawcj droplesf Singer Sewing Machines low arm, with all attachments. $10,50 Five drawer dropleaf Siugor Sowing Machines, high arm, with all attachments $19.50 Send me a check or the ' money by register letter, and I will ship you a machine to any part of the country. ltespectfully, L. D. ADDISON, Addison, Ky. al muor 'Wntcriimof. Heat In th tvortd. Exnmlnn liU KI) SHOE. S5.0O C1KN11INK IIAND-SKVm.oo iiAND-siii:i wi:i,t shok. K.I. no 1'OI.ICIS ANll KAltMKKH' SHOE. aa.no kxtka vat.uk :ai.f shok. HS.8S Al H VVOUKINOMKN'S HIIOK.S. Hi.OO nnd 81.7(5 JIOVS SC1IOOI. SUOK0. V T.nroil SHINGLES, DOOHS, S-AJ3IE3: INDIANAPOLIS, IND. MFG. OO., jt T5S ii" - Sfc. skmAt j . 53 &S1.7S SHOK FOR MISSES.lafd.?3. $2 SHOES VV. All nuiilo la Congrcn, Duttaa and Lice. &c BLITIDS Prlco, $18 00 at Factory, Cash with Order. No. 7 j. V 1 Uest Material, tn Uuuelua, Brockton, llent Style. Uui. PUtln IleitSold bj Bowmer Does & Hambleton. Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET., 15th & 16th STS., Btrlttly nrst-ClaAllNx-om- l tSsssa WnrruntcO rMrt tr It Fay to Get Mad and Your Paper f Sttupo unce upon a time a certain niiim mail Willi the editor ami sttipprtll llis paper The ne.t week he sold at four cents below the inarkb price. 1"h-uor- ,c GITEGORY&CO., Headquarters for Orontli Hickory. .Steel AxlcAniiil'i'lrui. Perfectly Balanced. Ihv llcnt Peat Arms. I iiriK. i asy iiiuinv, uii Acmporca Boring. Itcht Wheels ami llcst All Over. ' tF YOU OAHT FIND THBM FOR SALE BY YOUR MERCHAHT8. ,lMJr" WRITE US. a Then his proicrtv was sold for ttiKcs because he didn't read the slmrJIF sales. He wasarrestcsl and fined igjit dollars-fo- r Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Michhunting on Sunday simplv because heigan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil did not know it was Sunday, atldllle paid by the Barrel, Piaster Hair, three dollars for a lot of fwgvdliiotesthat had been advertised weeks, and & the public caution iu4 Ho negotiate them, j lie then paid a big. InWimaii, with a foott Brick, Plow Uundles, Pine Flooring like a forge hauusr.'o, to kick him nil the-wahand. Orders acto the newvpuv-'- r otlice, where hc companied by cash promptpaid four jeicrs.' walcriptioi in advance, ly tilled. and had tlio editor nign an agreement to knock hiiui&Mvniun I nib him if he ever onlereiUus.p.ipor stopped again. Yam. hill (Wnty Herald. ! feu-tw- o Reapers and Mowers, LOUISVILLE, KY. 2Mention J-- Field Seeds, Farming Implements, WALTER A. WOOD V this paper. ilfilnUll .Mod Tackle llloclc COST Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes. of hoisting saved HALF THE to Storekeepers, Iiutchors, Farmera, Machinists, Ilullderj, Contractor and Other. Admitted to be the greatest Improvements EVER made In taakle blocks. Freight prepaid. Write for catalogue. PULTON IRON &. ENQINE WKS., Estab, 1852.10 Erush'Bt., Detroit, Mich. Pine Poplar Shingles s.'k. C. Happy Hoosiers. j ; ilk: Win Tiniiiions, Postmaster of Idaville, Ind., writes: "Klcctric Hitters has done Short. luore for me than all other medicine combined, for that bad feeling arising from Kidney and Liver tremble," John LODIBURG. firmer and stockman of same place says: "Kind Klcctric Hitters to be the best Allen Adkissou is very low with Kid-- 1 Kidney and Liver mdicine, make me nwy disea-e- i feel like a new man." J. W. Gardner, AVillio Hcn'd, Jr., is sick Avitli malaria hardware merchant, same town, saj-s-. and not iinjiroving at last account. Klcctric Hitters is just the thing forn man Jlrn, ank Cltiyomb bus Iiad several w ho is all run dow u and don't caiv w bothdangerous bemorrbages within tho ltvM er he lives or dies; ho found new strength ten iLijs. good nppetito and felt just like he hud n Mrs. Illuky Head is very low with new lease on lije. Only 50c. a lwttle, at ccwtKumjition. G. W. Fhort's, Clovenxrt, Ky., and J. A. f Mrs. John Avitt in vory low with con- - J Witt's, llardinsburg, Ky. (Inn tif All sumption and not cxjcted- to live long. f HUB CSUS wrv . IIKMT'IVI.v A section of black "craw fish' land in Hev. 1). D()Wden )ivachedt Wnlniit the rrll. OurnvIIUlffr MBfiilrd, anl llniro0utur nortli Logan county has turned out to Imj Grovo Cliurcli Saturday aiul iSunchij', to up rtr rud w will m BJrn KK louXK I iltwiji In well lottWy, nu inexhaustible bed of aspludtum and u fair congregation bo wri lUif Only tho ctinaiduring tho tout at oncaran i4k ur of great excitement provoils. One SOQ aero weaUier. lb rhabt Aliywi biTtlam ur roda lo retursU la ibor farm heretofore held at $S0O him lecn (boM bo rail 'four krlfrhbor Tho farmers in UiL section aru vory' Tlt bt d tboaf aroand r o!d for 10,000 to an eastern eomtudty of rinslnr ef thU advrrtlMnirnt much bohincl with their crops. Thoy itAwi tfa atnall ih! of lha UU capitalists. South Kentuckian. . r v ppiw are runhiiigthlngstnowancHuking ndviin-tag- e eop. n wuvwuif ci pi nI tlie good .wvnthcr. C. C. C. Certain Chill CWr" the mo t pleasant to take of all Fever and about In ftftlith Mrttflubalk ItUarraM.dovbWalitUU KOpillt--J- " laaMfiocarrr UwlUalattiow3raliwr4 Url,wItb Ht cm ntaJia (row H i wrtw a day tl Uaat. freai tbnn cUrra. Ague Itemeiiics. Warranted to euro Hnvo your Jol work done at tliin olllco yt iiMriiMi al Mat. WtMfAll tt HAU.BTTatOll8H;rglAPlMAIir. Chilli and Yvxvr. Sold by G, W. Short. Mn thp latent thvJgiiH and lovvent iirlces. - Jones. Jonesboro, Arfcvj Chill CiirvJ gives universal witisfnction." I'lcsisaid takes No cure no nnv. Sold bv G. W. !fc Kwertsott wrrte. "C. C. C. Certain t) magazine, with u, varied andtxctlttnt contiHts, is a library tit it si If. was titdttd a 'happy thought lo print an tntire novtl in tath numbtr. Not a ihort novilttti,but a long itory such as you art used ta gtt in book fonn and pay from ont dollar, to one dollar and a halffor. Not only that, but with tach numbtr you ge' an abundance of othtr conti ibutions, which gives you a good m igailnt besides the novel. The ringing blows which have been struck on the gateway of popular favor, have resounded Llppin-colt'throughout the entire land, and Magaiint stands in the front rant if monthly publications, and is the most publication of Us lindin Iht world. For full descriptive circulars, addiesi LlPPlNCOTrS MAGAZINE, Philadelphia $3 oo per year. 3$ els. single number. The publisher of this paper will receive y m s j HPweorrs The Love Sewing Machine. Handsomest Stock of Furniture in the County. 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