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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890052101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11.WM.I.I ,. jij, bj,..,.. V Hf rri--i Jdj FASTER' CHICKEN BREfcJKENRIDGE NEWS. -- "ts; ,t 4A-HM.nfraTil. PHt- .InTl w? VOL. XIV. THE HIDDEN WILL. UIANDA M. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1890. whole story;" and Dora c.amo au'd l.neu bcsldo her mother, while she repeuted tho incidents of the morning, leaving out much of tlio alarm, hIio h'ud experienced. ' Mrs. Dcrtrand was greatly surprised, and quite undecided what, course to pursue, but Dora pleaded to warmly in Mr. Chorlcy's behalf, that she tit said: "I think wo might mauugo'it but for NO. 43. "tf-- ' a Cholera Cure! COUOLAS IX THUU TLAO. TIIK DOSTON "., ' ? modb of assisting hint. Buf sho had hardly laid aside her bonnet, when Mr. Ilarton and his myrmidons reappeared. Allingham Chorley hud just timo to slip a tiny note in Dora's hand, unper-ceive- d by Mr. Ilarton, as ho passed through tho hall, closely guarded. It contained theso words: "Wo.'"SIio roiuuuiborcil. llicn, how bIio had conic to know tho faco eo well nnd added, "Hut you aro Allinghain Cliorloy." "1 cannot deny It," ho said, with a haughty gesture, "and I uiay bo confessing to friend or foe." " , Thero was a sllcnco of 'sotuo seconds; then he lcgam ''How did you como hero this morn-- i lug?" "I Iko In tho house;" and Dora longed to add something moro assuring, yet scarcely know what to say. "Indecdl" ho said, in a surprised tone. "I thought tho Iioubo was empty. I did know Ilarton would t Thousands of dollars worth oi not and Mr. was a perceptiblodaro to let sneer or. it;" there chickens die every year from CholIlls lip and in his voice. era. It is more fatal to chickens than "We came hero in May," Dora added. all other diseases combined. But the "I was hero in March and heard then discovery of a remedy. that positively it had nercr been tenanted. Mr. liar cures it has been made, and to be con ton is home, of course?" vinced of its efficacy only requires a "No, the family aro ull away and will trial. A bottle is enough for not return in several days." one hundred chickens. It is guar"I must beg you to pardon me," ho anteed If, after using two thirds of said, rising, "for thua entering your a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly abode. . If I had been awaro of your residing hero or of Mr. Harton's absence, I satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned 'should not liavo chosen this courio. Thero aro reasons why I do not caro'to and your money will be refunded. have my presenco hero known; yet, me, 1 would not on any account For jalejby G. V. Short. Clovorport, Ky. have disturbed or alarmed you. May I trust that Ihavo not given you too severe RABY8ffiRteESFREE a fright?" Dora could not but smilo at thus findjuini.r.,."i".-"------"i""j ,..- - . ing herself on familiar terms with n perItr. uitir nron . u ppfiirri.M-4tor,lWO, IV direct rrom W MkUisdb St. Crneifo,' son who a short half hour ago was'.tho . Thti Urt ftrtnrT In Hit i object of her deepest collcitudo and fear. As if interpreting tho smile, he held out liis hand frankly, and said, in deep, honest tones that carried faith with them: "Let us bo friends. I need n friend hero sadly, for I am an unwilling alien NEVER FAILS PLEASANT TO TAKE. in tho liouso of my fathers. I will prove to you somo day that I am not utterly unworthy of confidence." Ho Dora took tho proffered hand. seemed so little liko a strancer that in a few moments sho found .herself ,rcluting not only tho event that had disturbed her midnight quiet, but many incidents concerning the Hartons; and lie in turn, when he found she knew the episode of TI10 onlv Certain and KITcctunl euro his supposed attempt on Mr. Harton's for Chills and Fever, Intermittent, llemittent, life, related what had befallen him bince. 11111011-and Malarial Fever, Dumb Apiio, 6namp Fever and alt Diseases originating Ho had spent fivo years ut the west, in a from a Torpid Liver or Malaria. mercantile house, and two in Europe. Perfectly harmless, contains no Arcoiilc or Quinine andean be Riven to the most Now tho business had paused into other delicate person with perfect safety. hands on account of the death of his emA a Tonic for Tired Feeling, Loss of Appetite. Headache, Nervous Depression rnd ployer, and finding a lull in his hitherto busy life, hohad determined to come to ow Hplrits originating from Malaria, ltstauds iono and without a Parallel. Chorley Gifts, and if possiblo mako a l,ItIC:E, by DruggMt pwifraliy. 6 l.OO Bottlo. thorough search for tho lost will. Soil "On my return from Europe last J. C. MENDENHALL & CO., March I came out hero for n few hours, SOU rBOIIUZTOBS, ErANSriKZE, Jml., V. 8. A. and satisfied myself a littlo as to matters concerning tho house. I concluded my SOLD AND WARRANTED UY safest courso would Iks to gain tho tower a-unknown to any one. Its reputation of being haunted might favor mo a little, I thought. I reached tho next town below here in ti;no to obtain my supper, and ! I rHBirih B Ml fjH shortly afterward started to walk hither. The night was so beautiful that I loitered o on tho way, consequently I did not hero until tho lights were out, and not dreaming of the placo being inhabited, proceeded ut onco to gain entrance. I tried twoof the doors below, and found them fastened, as I supposed I should; Ci UlK tib.Y iitLt 1.1 then I mounted the roof, and finding the UoMWaUb north viuo.oo. itt woodwork of tho window partially dewatch In tb world. I'tiTtc! timekeeper Warranted he ry, cayed, with tho aid of my knife. soon (WIID oolu huntinr cues. Both hdli'nd vrnt ftUet. forced an entrance. , I should havo been tfth work and tmi el OXC FEKSOXIa moro careful had I supposed tho noise Utl valu h local, tr ran tecurt out free, toptthrr with our Urft would alarm any one. And now, what WbEZ&IZk. d vlubl6itof Household is my sentenco to bo for thus feloniously IU KnWSaVZPti n r inlet. Thcto Mmnlet.t wtll "AHTIa p ih wth. an rfW. All tb work , entering your residence? Pleaso be a you l how what nd doandtontlghbora andwo tendabout W th who eU-j- rmllt littlo merciful." . always J thoto frUod. laluabloiradforu,whUhholdaforyariwUnoicaUt1jd, "It was not my house," returned Dora, and thua wa aro repaid. Wo py all txprctt, frelirhl. ttc. After work for ui. you caa you know all. If ou would like to r to with a Bmlle, "to I may bo lenient. But AUttu, to Trom 00 per watk ndttpwardf. Ualne, HllnMnt&Co.f IIok91, Portland. do you really hopo to find tho will?" "My father died in tho positive belief USE TO PAINT RE GOING IF yOU there was a will hidden away somewhere, Hia brother's wifo found hers in a closet BLUE GRASS in tho room below, a placo ho had Indeed, he searched through ' vainly. felt well Convinced sho must first have RcadyMised House put it tkcre. Mr. Ilarton acted very suspiciously, I think, after his wife's death. by Manufactured Ho was not at all willing for mo to enter tho tower. Now, if ho felt really satisfied as to my grandfather's will, why should ho object to any searoh I might LOUISVILLE, KY. . liko to make? My present purpose is to peilctrato every conceivable nook or possiblo hiding place that is, if I can gain n.wi your mother's permission to stay hero For Sa!o by awliilo." Dora remained talking until sho heard Jane's voico calling her to her morning's duties. Promising to arrange for an interview between Mr. Chorley and her mother, sho ran down, received a small Dealer in Drugs, Chemicals, Faints, scolding from tl;o impatient Jane, who wondered what slip could find in that Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass. old ghost tower to interest her so ruugh. CLOVERPORT, KY. Sho read awhile tcher mother and then assisted Jane witli tho dinner, finding no timo for tho conversation sho had promised herself. However, Jano was going to spend tho afternoon with a sick neighbor, and when Dora saw her walk down tho garden path in all the glory of clean dress and whito apfon sho took out Iter sewing and sat down besidojier mother SURE CURE FOR with a satisfied smilo. "Mamma," sho began, after a considerable silence, "do you think it would be wrong for Mr. Chorley to como hero and For 30 Yoars a Success. search tho placo for his grandfather's will?" lteail lIiU Totliioiiy llicn "Why, no, child," said Mrs. Bcrtrand. TKV IT for Yourncir. "But you know ho could not do it Pfopritlon lute viuhi Icllcrt lUe thnc: openly, on account of his former trouble BETTER THAN QUININE. with Mr. Ilarton. So ho would havo to Mr. M.M. Kesteron. Doriuy Co., Ark., aayit "lean certify to the fact remain concealed, and work quietly. that Hughes' Tnnla is the belt chill Should you disapprove very much of totilj I ever tried. I consider it better euch a course?-- ' cj'ilulne." thun "It is, not likely he will come, Dora. CURES CHRONIC CASES. Why do .you seem so interested?" Mr. U. W. McDon.ld, laurel Hill "I think ho will, mamma; indeed, I Mls , writes t "Your Uugbes'Tonie fur havo seenjiim." chllU and fever has never f tiled yet, nu'l I h ivo sold It to n numbor ut cliro. Mrs. Bertrand gavo a- sudden start, nla eases. It cures tbeiu every tlue " glancing aroundulmost as if she expected 3' to see him, too. "Whero is Jie?" sho asked. "Surely PRICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE. not in the village? It 23 well Mr. Ilarton Small Size, 50 Ccnts, 50-cenbe-lio- Deak J? Ifl'N 3K "-- ft&PWlSSHBS wo-- agfflits's wBHi iBnL?iff ' 1T.1 'I k fti Per . t7 szEazozEeT ar-riv- rnrr iitBajrnsf .,. FREE. wmmm) our ou-t- ltat FainU, Val, Blats' Sons, H L? $1.25 PER GALLON i 0.orUg. HUGHES' I i v - .. . j "i RQB1NSON - PETTET LouIhvIUo, Ivy. I'nKI'AUKO II v CO., away." "Ho is here in this house, or, rather In tho tower, and wishes to sco you," Li Fur Sale by Dru.gUts. v ffatlce the label oh your paper and ee If yoHr lime expire thin mauib. "To boo mo! Whon did ho come? Arc you turo it is ho, Dora?" "Quite sure; ho looks bo liko the picture ef hi father. And now do not be frightened, mamma, whilo I tell you the very trusty when ono really confides in her. I think she u ould bo proud of having n secret To keep." So presently Dora went to summon Mr. Chorloy, who succeeded in deepening the good impression tho young girl had Ho was very manly and straightforward, and when ho repeated his father's dying chargo Mrs. Bcrtrand began almost to beliovo in tho possibility of fi r will being found. They were still talking earifeltly when fi shadow passed tho window, Dora tiprang into tho hall, closing tho door behind her, nnd found an oldfricnd, but most unwelcomo guest, entering tho wido doorway. Sho Btood quite Still, her faco paling visibly. "My darling Dora, 1 havo frightened you almost to death, havo I not?" said tho gay, pleasant voico of Oltvo Hartoh. "I wafl not expecting yen when did you return?" "Atnoon, and I couldn't wait, I wanted to boo you so. Wo returned'sooncr than wo intended, and Clara's lover camo with us. .Sho'isio bo.married 'immediately. And your mother is sho qui to well?"' "Improving nil tho time. Excuso mo a moment, Olive, dear, whilo I go and prepare her for a visitor. Como In tho parlor." "No, I'll sit here," and Olive took ono of the chairs in tho hall. Terqwas no modoof egressfrom Mrs. Bertrand's room savo into tho'iiall, and consequently Mr.CjIorloywas a prisoner. After a 'moment's' consideration, Mrs. Bertrand camo forth with her daughter, and all three entered tho parlor opposite. "I don't believo you aro a bit glad to see me," Olivo said, with an embarrassed laugh. "You did not uso to mako such company of me." Both Dora and her mother tried to place their guest at caso as rapidly as 'possible, and, Mrs. Bertrand judged this 'would bo mo"ro readily dono by leading her to talk of her journey. In a few moments Olivo launched into a lively description of all she had seen, and expressed her delight" ittf ih6 approaching wedding; "only," sho ended with, "I don't like' Clar.i's lover, and I am afraid I never shall." Mrs. Bertrand gave her somo gentle, motherly advice,, but Olive soon changed the subject byjnquiring what Dora had busied herself about tho last three v. ccks. After this thero camo u littlo awkward lull, and Olivo rose to go. "Oil," she saldr musing in the hall, "havo you seen tho tower ghost yet, Dora? Come, lot us take a turn in the old rookery." Dora would fain havo declined, but Olivo pushed on .hi gayj uncohecrn. It was well her eyes or, suspicions wero not very acute, or sho would'havo discovered soma, traces of Mr.horlpy's "lecent searclu Dora fairly trembled, and was thankful when they reached tho hall. "I may as well tako tho key home, 1 suppose," Olivo exclaimed. "Papa might happen to ask about it." "Oh.not now," said the frightened Dora. "I want it a few days longer." i "Very well. But how oddly you act, Dora; and first you aro pale, then crimson what is tho matter?" . "Nothing;" and Dora laughed to hide her agitation, walking witli her companion to tlio end of tho garden, and promising to como over early tho next morning. "It is too bad," Dora said, vehemently, when.sho returned, ."that tho Hartons should have como back just now." "I must bo expeditious in my search," returned Mr. Chorley. "If you will not Ixj frightened, I think that I should liko to work a littlo Both la'diesconsentedWlrcn Jano returned sho was informed Mr. Allingham Chorley had como to search tho'towcr and desired tlio strictest silenco on tho matter. Ho accepted Dora's invitation to come down to tea, and Jano declared In confidence to her young mistress as she was washing up tho tea things "that sho almost hoped Mr, Chorley would find the will, ho was such a nico looking, pleasant young gentleman." i 1 Tho next morning Dora spent with her friend Olive, and all tho afternoon she kept the tower'door fastened lest eomo unlucky mischance should betray Mr. Chorley. Ho worked assiduously, searching for privato drawers, false bottoms to tho old 'chests, and took down tho paneling in tho study. But, as he had to replace everything, his progress was not as rapid as ho could wish. On the third day Dora was alarmed by seeing Mr. Ilarton walk rapidly up the path with a flushed and angry faco. Sho was gkd her mother had gono to rido witli tho doctor, and confronted Mr, Uarton with all tho bravery slid could summon. He rudely demanded tho key of tho tower, and told Dora-tha- t sho had no right to enter it, that it was his property and ho had let her mother no prlvi-leg-o whatever, Sho took tho key from tho nail and handed it to him, much relieved when sho saw him turn nway. As if reconsidering, ho wheeled suddenly round and inarched straight to tho tower door. Dora sprang forward, her heart beating in great bounds, and said, with sudden vehemence: "Let mo go, too; pleaso do." "Get awayl" And ho pushed her roughly aside Sho sank down on tho floor in strange, orcathless pain, and listened with intense eagerness for somo sound. At last ho heard it too surely. Mr. Chorley had been discovered. Half- - an hour elapsed' beforo 5fr. Uarton camo downnnd then ho strodo through tho hull imtLgnrden liko a madman. Dora ran out doors eagerly and gavo a glanco to tho window by which Mr. Chorley had entered. Moment after moment sho watched, hoping to sco him e, but all was silent as tho grave. Wringing Iter hands, sho said, over and . over again: "What can I do for him? How shall I savo him?" Jano w'as equally perturbed, and even Mrs. Bcrtrand, though sho tried to bo tint: renrosa lior vrrv iinii.'irtlnl. symjiathy, niideven began Jp plan oome I Is bo-gu- Jane." "But Jano ' 1 havo been turbed on my account. rather unlucky, but it will como right in tho end, I am convinced. I was in tho observatory when Mr. Ilarton entered, so had no chance of escape. Pleaso do not answer any questions If you can avoid them. I shall send for n legal friend of niliso immediately, and when ho comes I have a favor to ask of you. Your grateful friend, A. C. Beforo night Choi ley Cliffs and tho villago were In a high stato of oxclto-mennnd the wildest stories wero circulated. Juno resolutely refused to admit any of her gossiping cronies, nnd busied herself ubout Mis. Bertram'-In u few days it was settled that tho caso was quito strong p.gninst Mr. Chorloy. In order to relievo tho Uertrands from suspicion, ho had frankly btatcd to Mr. Ilaiton how ho gained admission. Ono of tlm i.on who had been in tho boat, nnd rescued Mr. Ilarton from a watery gravn on the occasior of Mr. Chorley's first visit, suddenly remembered with great distinctness that ho had seen the two men quarreling, and that Mr. Choi ley had pushed his antagonist off the cliff. Ho was icady to swear to this on tlio trial, which would sonn bo brought on. Mr Ilarton visited Mrs. Bortrand and obligingly offered to release her, if sho wished to leavo tho house boforo her term expired. Sho would have dono this at once but f6r Dora's persuasion. Tho young girl could not analyze tho strango tio that bound her to tho place, but sho plended earnestly to remain until October, ns their original plan had been. t, Little Fhiksd Do not bo dis- by this. Sho reserved her expiessious of delight for her. mother and Jane, and longed impatiently for tho time when sho might congratulato Mr. Chorley. But liis trial did not end so happily as sho had thought for. Tho evidence against him was protty strong, but, fortunately for him, tho jury fulled to agrco and the result was a new trial, as Mr. Uarton was obstinato and energetic. Then tho tVb lawyers went to work witli avidity to hunt up tho missing date. Mr. Townley was successful. Capt. Choi ley had remained at tho Cliffs two days after making tho addition to his will. Allingham Chorlcy's claim was established beyond a doubt, How tho document Mrs. Chorley discovered ever camo into cxlstenco remained forever a secret. Mr. Ilarton was found dead in his bed tho next morning, tho passion and excitement of tho last few days having culminated in an attack of heart disease. Ho had forbidden Olivo to visit at tho Cliffs, but now Mis. Bcrtrand and Dora went to comfort tho poor child. Clara and hci husband wero cuddenly recalled homo, tho latter excessively indignant ut tlio turn affairs hud taken, and utteily refusing to do nnything for Olive. If it pained or humiliated Clara to know sho had been man led Bolely for iter wealth, blie made no sign to tlioso about her. With his master's eyo no louger upon him, the witness against Allingham Chorley wavered and grew confused, and finally admitted that it might havo Tho prisoner was been an accident. honorably discharged, and warmly on his good fortune. The first use ho mado of his freedom was to walk over to the Cliffs. Dora stood ut the gute. Sho had so much to say, yet her eyes drooped under thogazo that mot hers, and a strange, sweet crimson suffused her checks. He took both whito hands in his, and kissed tho sweet, silent mouth, nnd then, instead of going in immediately, walked up and down with her under the trees. Late that evening they finished tho conversation. She did it on this wiso:. "I want you to nsk poor Olive to como nnd live with us. Sho has lost everything, you know." "And wo have gained everything fortune, love and friends. I beliovo 1 owo moJt of them to jou. so you shall have your wish. We will try to make Olive happy." They kept their word. To this day Olive insists that Dora discovered tho ghosl of the tower. and the sweet wifo sayH, laughingly: "A ery substantial ghost." THE K.D. Qeo. Yeakel i Co bottom. If send direct to factory, cncloslnc advurtued Iiriia. CAUTION Talco no nhoea nnlttf I,. DoiiKlas'iiniiicnnd tirlra nrn Htnliincil fin fhej tlio ilcHlor cannot supiily yi'ti. . VV, CUT HATE STORE (JiKH'SSlssRs' Brandenburg, Ky. 'J.. - Note Our Prices dulls farmer prices " " " " " " " " " " " " $18.00 now 315.00 15.00 " 12 50 12.00 " 10.00 10.00 " 8.25 8 00 0.00 7.00 " 5.00 5.00 3.75 moor Waterproof. llent In tlio world. Kxatnlno lils nnon. Rrt.oo (iKNiiiM! iiANi-si:i:Wl'.l.T NIIOH. H4.00 HAND-SliWr- .l K.l.rtO l'OI.IUi: ANI FAllM KltH' HIIOE. B!S.no KXTKA VAI.IJH CJAI.l' SIIOK. M'j.iift & H'--J HOHKIMIMI'.VH HIIOKfl. 02.00 and 81.75 HOYS' hCJIIOOIt HUOUfl. Congress, Button ami Lace. n W. L. DOUGLAS $3 CM, Heavy laced GENTLEMEN. SHOE drain nnd Creed, Flno V $3&$2SHOESlafd. ron 1.75 HIIOI! MISSES. W. 11 Allmailoin Bowmer & Hambleton. I. t Material, llest Stylo. Hast Fitting, Doimlas, Ilrockton, Mass. Sold by Six styles Men's Wat.li Satinets Suits, worth $6.00 will sell for the next 60 clays at $3 50, Ilemlqimi trfrs for A full line Men'b nnd Youths' odd Pants. Also a full line in all sizes of the celebrated Hull Dog Jeans Pants. Grain Drille, Fertilizer Cement, MichYouths'. Hnvs'.'inrl ( igan Plaster, Salt, Lime. Coal O'l at onefifth oil' of original price. 'l,;i,l.-.'tQ.,l.- . GREGORYS CO., Reapers and Mowers, by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, 48c, 57c. Men s and Hoys' Hats very cheap Men's Shoes worth Childrcus' Knee Pants iac. tnr $1,00 3 00 2.00 1 50 Pine & Poplar Shingles al- " " " style. " " " $3.35 2.25 1.65 1.20 Brick, Plow Hand lea, Piio Flooring ways kept nn hand Orders accompanied bj cauli promptly filled. These goods can be had in any One lot Men's Biogans worth $1.25:11750. Liulle' Ilutton 8hoes (Dongola) worth " " " $3.50 ( 2.75 2 50 fjj 2.00 2.00 1.05 1.50 1.20 1.25 98 " " " " " " " 3 " " Just time to Klip a tiny note in Dora's hand. Tho friend that Mr. Chorley had sent for was a long while making his appearance, as the summons followed him from placo to place, being always a littlo too late. Hcariived n few days beforo the trial, and, calling on Miss Bertrand, brought her another note from Mr. Chorloy. In this lie said ho had starched overywheie except under tlio study floor, and ho wished now to havo this dono under the supervision of his friend, Mr. Townley, who was to defend him oil tlio trial. It was Tils desire Dora should be present through the search. Mr. Ilarton gnashed his teeth in impotent rage when ho found ho could not prevent thi3. Ho had intended to demolish tho tower at his earliest convenience, but tils daughter's marriage and the approaching trial had demanded too much of hi3 attention to allow him But he to engage in it immediately. was present when tho workmen began to removo tho floor, and never left them for A Sad Condition. Hiifrbrcd for five yearn with the worst form of Blood Poison, during which time I was attended by the bet4 phynieiaiiH I could find, and tried numbers of proprietary medicines without any beneficial I continued to grow worms all this time, until my whole system wuh by the vile disease; my tongue nnd throat having great holes caused by it. I then commenced taking Swift's Si'Kcino (S. S. S.), and in u few months I was entirely cured, nnd to this grent medicine do I attribute my recovery. This was over two yeursngo, and I have had no" return, or any effects of the disease since, and my skin today is as smooth and clean us unybody'fl. Wii.lmm Sowkiis, Covington, Ohio. 1 A full line of Misses', Children and Uaby shoes all at reduced prices. All Bleached and Blown Domes-ti- c Cottons at manufacturers prices Dress Goods. 30 tn. Henriettas all new simile worth 35 25 40 in. Serges all Wool new shaded worth 00 (a! 50a. Mohairs and latest style north 50 40c til. Cashmeres at I'opuUr pijces. " F. 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Swift Si'kcikic Co., Atlanta, Ga. ninmt KulfiouiU. Blk. Lace for Dresses worth ' " Blk. Nets for Dresses worth .... $2.00 1.50 2.50 $1.25 5 1.50 about tha SflLth part cf III bulk It la a arand doulila ala Ida. aa larra a, U .a,y to tarrr Wa will alao tbow vou how o iilaka from 11(13 lo l Ul a day al Iran, from tn. lUrt.wilh. writ, alone. Wa pay all citirfii chart"'! omaiMri.nra HHO, I'UKTUSD, turn Addrcal.ll HALLITT k CO.. can Bt l)i Jackonet and Swiss, also Hemstitch We are headquarters for goods and will sell you them than any one else. these A biir assortment of Embrohlnries SWfti--x an instant. It seemed as if this would ul as all tho rest. No casket or package of any kind was found. Dora drew a long sigh of disappointment. "I am afraid wo must bo convinced now," Mr. Townley said to her. "I hopo your client will bo satisfied," was Mr. Harton's sneering retort. "Wo will ndjouni now, if you please." Doxa followed reluctantly. Stepping from beam to beam, a. nail caught her dress, and sho stooped to unfasten it. Sho was in tho center of tho room, whero tho oaken tablo and high backed chair generally stood, and, pausing, a curious placo in tho beam attracted her attention. Calling to Mr. Townley, lie began to examiuo it. . . "Hand mo a chisel," ho said to ono of tho workmen; and slipping it in a littlo crevice,, which looked us if at sonio timo a square had been cut out and replaced, a vigorous wrench brought up tlio pluco. There was a cavity containing u box that looked liko dingy, rusted iron. Mr. Townley brought it up to light witli an air of triumph, whilo Mr. Harton staggered back in ghostly whiteness. "Wo will open it," Mr. Townley said. "Thero aro a sufllclont number of witnesses;" nnd, failing to forco tho lock, drow off tho hinges. Yes, thero was tho wilL Dora could not repiess n glad cry of joy. Mr. Townley glanced it over, nnd then said to Mr. Ilarton: "Can you tell mo tho dato of your cheap-e- r Dress Ginghams. Attention has been called to one of the greatest novelties in the construction of street railroads. Glass bleepere, introduced by Mr. Lindsay Buckill and Mr. W. Sienien. of Dresden, have been tried with such Nitishiction thnt it is now proposed to milk? broad, longitudinal sleepers of glass, having 11 groove in the upper surface, and so combining in themselves the functions of both sleepers und rails. This would do nway with the necessity for bfcparate iron rails, with their fastenings und other complications. In a paper by Dr. Scliott it is bhown that by properly tempering glass with oil this very brittle substuuee "caii lie made, mass for mass, stronger lUan steel, und practically ' This being the f not, may we not mhih expect to see railroads using large iiu.uiti.ies of this plentiful substance I'm r.ulsand for other purposes for wlucli Iron i: now used? St. Louis We call the attention of the trade to the fact that we now have the Louisville, St.Loufs & Texas R. R. Co, richest line of Dress Ginghams in the market, Renfrew, Stodards and ILTO. fancy. Normandics in stripes and plaids. SCBCEDTJLE, Chambrays plain and striped. Tun iic i:tfcct Scotch Zephyrs and HALF THE COST of hoisting savod uuiuucie, xiiiiuvib, v2K; q 10 c to rcKcujiurB, mors, Contractors ana I Macbln tts, liuf Vf ViftY I Others. Admitted to Le tbe greatest Improvements KVUKmadeln tasklo blocks. Freight prepaid. Write for catalogue. HILTON IE0N & ENGINE WZB. Estab. 1862.10 Brush St., Detroit, Mich. llhlnllll Stt-r- l Tliclili) IIIocK TIME 13. 1 French Ginghams all at the lowest prices. At 5i00 o'dcl; A. M Sunday, Feb. 23, 1890. White Goods. Plain worth " " Stripe ami Check worth, 10, 12 20 15 10 15 12K En it Hound Trait, t ll'cal Bound Train Mall. AND Milt. AMD iAprkss. STATIONS, KXmES8. 8.00am Lt. ,UnlonDenot,Loulsr'e..Ar. 1.20 cm Kentucky Street. 1.05 8.15 Alms House 12K10 8tf 15 and 8JJ Hosiery. cheap. church' 'i whifU these sums wero expended is vnrj noting. Or the $1,121,-(M)- 0 umlitud tn tin-- Roman Catholic church all but ?: M.OOI) wiu expended or the n.r.-.'- t. above Ehjlity-ntu-- i spjut by t.i. lVotuHtant Episcowill?" pal church ull but i'l).0.i:i wn.t spjnt oris "Fifteenth Vf May, 18. It was drawn to bt spout tibow S.'ve:ituui street up the last timo Capt. Chorley was at Three hundred und wvwnty thousand home." dollurmif the Presbyterian $ 1,10.000 has "This will is dated fivo years beforo been spent north of Seventy-secon- d that, but thero is n codicil attached btreet All but $10,000 of the $275,000 which bears tho dato of May 24." of the Methodists' money north of Seven, Mr. Ilarton gavo n despairing groan. ty-fifth and 11 bimilur trend and Mr. Townley proceeded to read it. By proportion with all the denominations. tho first will tho property was divided Now York Press. equally between tho two boyB; tho codillyruu'M Iloutmiin. cil provided, If Harold, who was then The Greek boatman, Cliazea by mime, married, should diu childless, his wifo should retain only a lifo interest in the who used to serve Lord Byron has just portion, and nt her death it should re- died ut Mibholoughi, .und been honored vert to Vincent. Tho samo provision with it ttute funeral by command of the was mado for Harold, if Vincent should king, the public buildings ut Athens bedio first and childless. ing dr.ipi'A In Humming for this brave During this reading a now thought survivor of the Greek wur of independyeura since Cluizes had occurred to Mr, Ilarton. no would ence. It i.i tJxty-bi- x mako his antagonist provo tliis will was rowed tiie loot through the storm that written by Capt. Cliorloy beforo ho left caused his fatal (linens, but to him Byron tho Cliffs on his last voyage. It might remained forever young and forever gloIm impossible to find the dato of his rious, im man, as poet und us the would going. Bo, although qugry and dlsapv lie deliverer of Greece from the yoke of pointed', ho declared ho would contest, UioTnrUs. Ilurpor's Bazar. , tho will to tho last point Data was too hopeful, to, bo castdjiwji Subscribe for the Hreckexdiiioe Nkwh. sti-eet- In Burlington Fast Black, very 500 pair Misses and Children s Hose, assorted sizes, solid Are llulldliiff. mv VorU Cliurclie Whew and striped, full regular made worth The geographical situation of the 20, 25 10 c. A Full Line of Notions. r, Two dotrn Safety I'lns Four Uars Toilet Soap One doten Cedar Lead Pencils Fifty Slate Pencils 5c 5 5 fi And n great many Novelties, Notions and Shelf Hardware and Tinware to be found on our I'leasuro Ridge Park.. Valloy ..... Meadow Lawn....... lllver View West Point 0.00 12.25 .. 8 32 Hock Haven 12.02 ,. Long llranch 9.41 11.52am Brandenburg 9.52 11.40 .. 10.02 Ekron 11.31 10.13 11.20 .. duston Irvlngton 10.23 11.00 .. 10.32 Webster 10.50 .. , 10.47 Lodlburg 10.47 Pierce 10.68 10.37 .. 11.01 Sample 10.30 , 11 10 Stenhensport ....; 10.18 .. 11.18 Holt 10.10 .. 11.34 .. .....-...- ... Clovcrport 0.55 .. 11:39 . ... ; Shops 0:50 .. 11.52am Sklllman v .., 0.30 .. 12.0lrM Hawesvlllo.. 0:23 12.10 Falcon. , 0.C9 .. 12.30 Lowisport ,...'.. 8.5C ,. 12.47 Power b.SO .. 12.50 Pates 8.23 ,. 1.08 .. Arr Ononsboro Lvo 8. Ham 1.30 Stanley 7.46 .. 1.40 Worthlngton 7.34 1.57 Spottsvllle 7.14 ,. 2.00 ilaskotts 7.05 ,. 2.20ri(Arr ..Henderson Lro 0.50am 5 Cent Counters. x- -r T IPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE, with varied and txctlltnt contents, is a library (a itself. ,t 1 Gome and See Us Jt was indttd a hafiy thought to print it entire ujvel it each number. Not a short novelette, but a long story su. A as you are used to get in book form and pay from one dollar to one dollar and a halffor. Not only that, but with each number you ret MM an abundance of'other contributions, whichfaivs you a good m igaxin besides the ttuvel. The ringing blows which have been strmth the gateway of popular favor, have rtmimdtJ throughout the entire land, and coil's Magaslne stands tit the fretfjErtmi mvnlhly publications, and is the world. if i "CUT RATE STORE." Brandenburg, Ky, For full descttpHvi cifchrt,iuldte;t UPPINCOTrS AfAnAXamL.MMLiuat, a? m. S3 aoprjwir. The fuUMer tf Mis M"rilMHWIi WHiwta I ywi -i zyMs : ,. .,p ... ' ' in?i." Vv :(i. tyww'gSBa?3 ". T"".. wBR"J i ISO' T ktdattiliijj " artpjfflM&miMBiBHMflHflHBl Si-x,-y - - " ' ' 't i , . .:M" SSiiiiiiiiiiito-iiit.MWittliaB- iii .. ,. l.MMMaMaaaasssiMiaMssMsmilMsWslMMsW ' MMMBBBMMMBMBMMiBBBBiBlBBBHT w I' I "- -- ' -- " Breckenridge News, WKDN KSDAY, MAY 21, 18JH). . The visit to our city last week of prominent business ;men of lxuis-vlll- o sev-en- d HARD1NSBURG DEPARTMENT, BRANDENBURG. Jehu T. Ditto, Agent & Corrctp'nt I 4, U Jfo ?. may again be referred to by us, tho V. (i.llAIUIAtli: - Citller ! tTYXWr- - V t- m? object Isjlng to keep in mind tho fact Pastures are line. && I kTDEl TIME TABLE No. I. that here may be the liegiiining of'an enJNO.lxBABBAQE Dr. Shuck Flaherty was in town SaturEi't llnttml terprise which will enlarge and develop HVI Itonntl day. ' fr our town anil bring to every citizen dol- DAtt.T KXCKPT I.., St. Ij. T. I.ocnl Time Cnrd. eoMiAT. STATIONS. Sulzcr's Commissary car is, lying at Louisiana State Lottery C'omjiuny. buxday. We offer now Attractions for the! Summer months. lars in tho future. These men were not x; 9.55 a.m. Mail and Express going East Ar. 9 00 a.m Weldon. Irvington Incorporated by the Legislature In 1868, foi hero, as casual observers simply, but na 11.30 x.v.hv...Irvlngton Junction 8:55 ..11.34 a.m. West 11.35" Educational and Oharltuble tiurjoBt and hi Miss Jennie Hardin was in. tho city 5.40 p.m. business men out on a purely business Express 8 00 " Kait llarfleld 12.40 P. M franchlio vroi mad. a part ot the Trticnt 7.30 55 p.m. West llarned 1.05 last week. Stat. Constitution iu 187V,by an orerwlielming AAAMAAAAAVVM.lAVAVWVSVVVAAVA'MVV 7.09 a.m 11.23 a.m. miasion, making estimates from actual Mixed East Ilardlnsburg L. 1.30 p.m. Ar popular rot.. John Green, of Louisville, spent Sun9.59 a.m. tests as to our resources in tho produc" . " West I in IIIUNII irXTItAOHIlIlNAIlY day in town. tion of natural gas, limestone, salt water, I)UlVlIJ.N liiKu pliiuu ft ilil-AHats for spring wear at Witt's. ( mm I IV, (J ii ii ami DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ami In a measure suretc. That they wero Mr. Wm. Rhodes, of I'aynesville, in ilk CJruntl XIMIMi NUMllDIl IIIIAU. ' Mrs. V. Daniel has returned from St. in Great Variety of Styles. INfi.S liiltu iliice in i,t iliv otlia-- r For County Judge, Tboi. Adklnon. prised at what they found hero after a town Saturday. ln ii nionllik i.r I lilt iiur, a nil are all close survey of tho surroundings, they Louis. r drUtvn In nubile, in lliv A cn.l For County Attorney, Jndge Milton Board. T. E. Ditto arrived from Cumberland to Owensl,u. JTiiiblc. New Or Mr. Harry Monroe has gone admitted. That wc huye a natural gas For County Clerk, J. E. Monarch, Gap, Saturday. " Wc do hereby certijy that ct supervise well with a daily flow of over 11,000,000 boro. For Sheriff, J, S. DeJernette. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Shellman were in the arrangements for all the Momtlily and Estoll Sutton Is visiting in I'ates-villthat full their own Talc of and situated conven- Mr. cubic feet per day, jtt Quarterly Dtawings For CounlSup't ofSch .ols, Jus. W. Miller. the city last week. of The . ' Cifeapnesg. State Lottery Company, and Louisiana ieetly for any and all purposes for which in person For Jailer, John Slaton. There willlio preaching at the' llaptist never it may be used, was a thing they majiage and control the Drawings them-Straw hats for men at all prices at J. church next Sunday. For County Assessor, Len Cash man. selves, and that the same are conducted before lclicved. That wc have a half A. Witt's. with fionesty, fairness, and in good faith For County Surveyor, F. M. C. Julty. The fanners arc getting more rain than dozen other wells with an abundance of tho city There was a largo crowd in toward aft parties, and we authorise the water, very necessary for running a Monday. they necessarily need. salt For Coroner, W. R. Pendleton. CdmpanU to use this certficaie, with soda ash factory was settled beyond dis our signatures attached, in its Mrs. Will Willis, of Richmond, is visitbound to please every Buyer Will Hook 1ms returned from Mr. TO OVU COilItF.SIONDENTS. J pute. That wo havo the location most ing at Mr. J. W. Lewis. Get the news and get all the news and desirable for tho establishment is hero Louisville. I Mr. Wm. George's youngest child died Miss Annie James is visiting relatives From Dana's to speak for itself. That we havo transnothing but the newt with scaHet fever last Thursday. portation facilities, both by rail and in tho city. ?' Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. u pmi,c aml a Geo. II. Frymirc went to Louisville for water, equal to any jwint in this part of Ito ready for tho big excursion on tho Z?rib,. alI. an indefinite time Sunday night. Called Meeting of the Democratic the State is another Important circum- L., II. A W. May 31st. 'l OomrtilsKlotiera. Mrs. F. Ditto, sr., of Louisville, is down stance gratifying to all concerned. These The Fair Company is trying to get up . County Committee. V on a visit to relatives in the bottom. presented an exhibition for next fall. and other matters which were We the undersigned Banks find BankYou aro hereby notified tlmt there will to Col. Young and his party lead us to Mr. M. II. Fontaine went to Holt; Ky., ers will pay all Prizes drawn in the LouisA candidate for Constitutional Conbe n meeting of the Democratic County believe that our chances to secure this iana Sla'le Lotteries which. may be His wife returned with him Saturday. Committee fit llanlinsbiirg.iiext Saturday establishment are good. This onco set- vention was not mentioned. at ourrounters Sunday. U. May 24th, for the purpose of taking into tled here, other concerns employing Miss. Lulu Vessels has a clerkship in Pre. l.niiUlunu H. Ditto left Tuesday to make a trip J. Jialloiial Hank. consideration the nomination of u candi- numbers of men and handling large cap- Mr. Monroe'b confectionery. 1'IEUIIC IMNAUX, l'r-- " . .stale tin- down through Arkansas and Texas fqr Keep us in mind when you want date for the CoiiHtitutional Convention, ital are Judge Roberts didn't havo much of a , tlonul Hunk. sua1 to follow. It should be the his house. Biich nomination shall be made as to how A. fiAl.mVIN, Pro, Miw Orleans aim of every citizen interested in the following in the Convention. ' " Mr. Jim UickerstafT, Long Branch, and at what time. A full attendance re- growth and welfare of our city to enNational liunk, Miss Melburn, of Indiana, is in the visited Lonnie Moremen at Cloverjiort CAUxKOMN I'rco. UliloiiTliitloiiul quested either in person or by proxy. courage these matters of business as best city visiting Mrs. J. It. Ituzby. last week. 15. F. 11k mid, Chairman, lie can. The Nkws is only one out of Men's suits that you have been paying MAMMOTH DUATVIMG Miss Nellie Green sold her millinery many speaking, but we believe we voice $12 nnd $15 for you can buy at Witt's for LET US 11EASOX TOGETHER. In the Acniiomy of Music, NewOrieans stock out at auction Saturday. The goods the sentiment of the whole community $10. '. , Tuesday; June 17, I8U0V went very cheap. when we hay that the location of tho Everyone Mill admit that the outlook J. A. Witt has some nice nobby suits The Consolidated Gas Cojnpany is Capital Prize, $600,000. soda ash factory here is Kssible in the for farmers and the laboring clauses gen- and n big lot of odd pants, at Wheeler putting up a building 75 by 125 feet for '160.OOO TickuU at SIO J is cerX Hal vcm 20 it near future, and that Clovcrport crally is less hopeful at present than prices. UiiuMcmftio; i:iuiiiIimo; 'j wt.11. I the manufacture of Salt. tainly to be benefitted by it. Within tlutlm'Kif; has ever Iteen. Everywhere there is has anTho llaptist Sunday-scholast ten years through individual efMrs. Hattio G. Grinnell and hot music .1 IOOO.OOOl !....,-,.- '. $800,000 growing dissatisfaction and silent prepa- the fort we have done much for our town. nounced a picnic for the fourth Saturday class attended Fraizees' musical concert ..tMJ'Kl.KOi' t2uu,U0lln j. 2UU.U00 for some action that ill bring rations in June. IBV.UVW II, ........ 1UU.0U0 irnu,ouis -Here is an opportunity to do more. Ix.t in Louisville last week. I'UIKK OK alwut a better condition of things. Not 4U.OU0 la 5U,UU0 ' each one do something. CIovcriort turned out a pretty good i I'UtK&puP ZU.boAre..-...'.- .' onnic Moremen returned home from 40,UUU only is it exhibited by the laboring 5 l,KIZJJoi!,1 crowd. They were all for Ixwis and Clovcrport Sunday where 1U,UU(I (ire 6u,UUH he had been classes, but statieiansand thoM! who have 6,uuo are ,..! IMtl'XlJ UK 5u,oou Madden. Urecken-ridg- e Mn. Virgil Ikibbage, of the attending school under Maj. Fowler. 2,000 ure.'....,. 'iU.UOO the opiortunity to study and know the ' 1 001111 ZK? up The dramatic entertainment has lieen 80U are BU.0UU News, has been elected Mayor of conditions as they exist are noting the Miss Mary Fnirlcigh returned from Bound to Attract Trade if Low Prices and Good Goods will do it'."-"200 I'Kt'KS'uP it CUll'aro".,.... '120,UU0 postponed until the 11th, 12th and 1.1th Louisville last great depression under which labor is Hordiiisburg, the county seat of Ureckeh-ridgiOO l'lUZty OP 41)0 aro Saturday night, wharc she iUH.UUO , ai'I'ruxiuatiijn Mr. lluhbuge is a man of sound of June. suffering. It is no time to stop to theohas been visisting relatives for a month. j 100 l'rhei ofl,0U0 ar. '. $100,000 Miss Carrie Hall, of ltewleyville, will rize about the causes which led to this practical sense, and of progressive spirit. 100 l'riiei or ' BOO are..!.!.1. Tear & 1'rico have been engaged for the bo 0U0 100 l'niM of .. 400 8,re,...j condition. We have the condition be- He is warmly interested in the welfare be in the city next week, the guest of last few weeks improving some of ,40,000 the TWO NUHBKB TkHHINA,". , , .. people have viewed the of his county, and will do much to bring Miss Lillie Scott. fore us and the bottom residences with new suits of l,88 Pritea of00 are ......$399,600 situation in its entirety and reality until old Rreckenridge to the front. Courier-Journa- l. There will be a meeting of the mem- paint. 3,H4 I'rlies amounting to.. they see the pressing need of a remedy. bers of the Democratic County Commit.$2,159,000 The Itrandenburg boys all came out on It is evident to any one that where idletee next Saturday. top so they say, Derby Day at tho races. AGENTS WANTED. ness is blessed with riches and luxuries Hon. J. Proctor Knott made a good Several members of tho fish and game $2r For Club ratea,urauy further Information nuked and hungry, race for the Tinted States Senate, con- club have gone to Rough Creek to re- Riley made home of them very pretty while lalwr goes desired, write legibly to ttie undersigned, money. clearly stating your residence, there is something wrong in the govern- sidering the odds that were against him. main several days. County, Street and Dumber. Morerapid return Miss Ophelia Roberts was in the city ment by which the two classes are ruled, Tho citizens of Louisville, with the inmail delivery will bo assured by your enclosThe wills of Fredrick Harshfield and last week several days, and madam rumor and in the present condition of affairs fluence of the Courier-Journa- l thrown Susan Tucker were admitted to probate ing an Knvelope bearing your lull address. is circulating the chimes of. marriage the jwople find that tho protecting pow- in, got up public meetings and nodded IMPORTANT. in the county court lust Monday. bells in June. er of the government is weak and public opinion in favor of Carlisle, which ADD. Ill 31, X. JJAUPlllIN. Thomas Sweeney and Henry Vogel The Republican party has would beat most auv man. Now Orleans l.u.. Mr. J. V. Greer gave an order to have or "I. A. UlUl'llin, were granted a license to keep a tavern the Nkws virtually been in power about thirty sent to his post office, New WuiiUlUtfioii, D. O. near Victoria with the privilege of selling Amsterdam. years. When we compare the legislaBy ordinary letter, contulnlng Mdnev Ordkb The Squire is an all around Am. the measures that have been Issued by all Eipress Companies, New York whisky. ' tion favoring the laboring classes with brought forth to place elections under fine gentleman. Exchange. Drult or Postal" Note. W ykh Adkisson it Otto were grunted a tavern that favoring manufactories and capital federal control are intended for the o Cobbkov sent us by express of $5 or over; Undertakers took up Doctor Hector in these thirty years, ami then compare South. It is a singular fact that the only license by the county court Monday Green's remains from the family Address Begistereii Letters to the number of people belonging to the reason for this movement is that the with the privilege of retailing whisky nt and sliipiwd them to Louisville cemetery Saturday NEW OltXUANS NATIONAL HANK, Irvington. laboring classes with the few manufactur- South is Democratic. How obvious for burial in Cave Hill. the Now tyrlottim. l.a. ers and capitalists who have been petted chicanery of the g. o. p. Mr. John Hobin, who went to New KEMEMBBK that thonnyment of all priies Mrs. Lon Moremen and we can almost wonder that and favored, JJV PuUU NATIONAL York City to remain two years, is not Muttic isGlMHANTEBD Leo Moremen, attended Major AFTERNOON and NIGHT. BANKS of New.Orleans, and the Tickets are things are no worse. In this score and a satisfied with his position and is expected Igncd ny the President of an Institution, Fowler's school commencement at rt Wiikn a politician is seen on the cor- to return home in a few days. half of years the laborer has not been whoso chartered rights ure recognised in the last Thursday. ner rehearsing old war He has been recogwholly ignored. highest Courts; therefore, beware of Bny ImitaThe Ann I'ctrie Workers Juvenile ' Mr. J. S. Moremen began tearing out tions or annonyinuus schemes. nized as a power that must be kept stories to tone up the prejudices of a Missionary Society will give a public ONE DOLLAR Is the price of the smallest the machinery of his mill Tuesday to been done by mis- dozen careless listeners there is a degree . silent, and this has meeting at the M. E. Church South Satt partor frnction ISSUED UY US move to Corrydon, Intl. Regret very representation of facts and by promises of political distress indicated that is pit- urday, June 11th, 18!K), at 8 o'clock In any Drawing Anything In our name of. a.m., much to give up Joe and his iable indeed. mill in this Thee fered for less that r. Dollar Is a swindle. that have never materialized. after which we will adjourn to the Cool vicinity, theoand misrepresentations Spring for a picnic for the remainder of ries have served to delude for a long 1'i!Ksiii:xt and Mrs. Harrison attended the day. All ure cordially invited to atMr. Henry lJennelbcrry was moved time, but they have seived their time Itanium's circus the other day and took tend. Mas. J. C. 1'i.tiiik, Lady Manager. from Weldon to Stephensport Tuesday. Pure Bred Uerkiblre Pits, all aces Elk-illami now the people are fully awake to their grandchild along. Of course they Henry was a very accommodating and a to registry. The Wheelers wero in session at the nice Two years ago these went to see the animals, just as lots of the situation. agent at Weldon and regret to give For Prices rnd other Information address last Friday and Saturday. him up. promises were all renewed and it is time our folks are going to do here about the court-hous- e J. T. HoBARDS, The members came in from all parts of At first of June. Uardinsburg, Ky, for an evidence of their fulfillment. There were thirteen visiting ministers the county and numbered several hunno time in our country's history has the JSfc in attendance at the Colored M. E, church Major Winn7 Editor of tho party hud more absolute Republican Sim-January last sixteen men have dred. Conference last week. The colored peo! Important to Teachers power than at present. The power that lost their lives working on the new rail- Wheelers Journal, was present and de- ple tuko a great deal of interest in church could not be ginned by fraudulent elec- road bridge that is being built across the livered an address two hours in lenght. affairs here. A review term o'f ono montliVl'l comtions has been assumed by arrogant Ohio river from Louisville to Jefferson-vill- His speech was u very good ono and A mass meeting of the Democrats will mence at tho seemed to inspire tho farmers to a high instead oi seeing the demagogues. Iud. degree. They ure confident that thro' bo held at the Court House May 24th, Hardinshurg Normal Inst;tute,.Mon- promises of the past fulfilled and the their order many reforms will be brought for the puroso bf selecting delegates dawning of a better day uhju our counday, June 9th, 1890, v Tin: Louisiana State lottery Company to benefit the farming classes. to nominate a candidate for Judgo of tho try, we see the old u'cious legislation re- has offered and continue until the flist examination. the State of Ixtiiisiana five Court of Appeals and Sujwrior Judge jit The L., II. & W. will give an excurnewed and the shadow of opprcsion million dollars July 4th, 18!K). to have their charter ex- sion to Louisville on the 31st to ltur- - the Stato Convention. darkening into a night of servitude for tended five Such a course of study will be prepared years longer. - 15 as will lie best Messrs A. W. nndJ.S. Moremen, Elvis 15 - GRAND COLOSSAL AGGREGATIONS IN ONE. -nuin's circus, charging one dollar and Money that has the laboring classes. suited for tho preparation eighty cents for the round trip including Wimp.R. II. Nevitt, Tim McAulifT, Willie been taken from the laborers' XM'kets to Nothing Old and Worn out, but Everything Good, New and Startling of teachers to stand the comiiurexniiiina- is more Catarrh in this section a ticket to the circus. The There lie pilled up in an overflow ing treasury road from Howard, "Willie Grinnel, D. Pusey, Tom ,tion: . of the country than all other diseases put here to Irvington is THE WONDERS OF THE WORLD BROUGHT TO YOUR VERY DOORS. is recklessly toyed with ami appropriated now in splendid McDonah and John Nevitt wero In Louis- Tuition Fee, 3.00 in advance.' in ways that best gratify the prejudices together, ami until the last few years was condition, and the trip will be a pleasant villo last week watching the flyers on I A Two headed Haby, A South American Sloth, the two Inrgeit Aligatori ever captured, A.4 Hoard, S2.00 nor week. supjK)hcd to be incurable. For a great one for all who may desire to attend. ueiuy 'Jay. of narrow minded politicians who seek living .uerniaiu, a tnree neauea longiireu, a living nan L,aay, An inviamie ,aj, a rour All teachers who aro expecting to many years doctors pronounced it a local Col. Pete Finnigan, the genial and horned Sheep, Felix Wherle, Ehratio Skin Man) Jennie Qulgljr, the troaleit littlo- - Lady on rarth Children's Day Sunday at tho M. E. to the feeling of war times. How The two Dlatti, Man Fiih and Water Lilly, Performing Birds, Performing Hat and Mice, stand-th- is examination svill do well to is it possible for the Republican party to disease, and prescribed local remedies, conductor, will havo charge Church was a very pleasant and interest- Petformlng Beari'and a'thouiand other features to numerous to mention. avail themselves of this opportunity. and by constantly failing to euro with of the train and he will sco to it presume to come before the people, askthat ing occasion. Tho program was composCome to the river and see our Qrand Marine Parade, The finest sight in the world, and For further information apply to ing for an extension of power and prom- lend treatment, pronounced it incurable. everybody is made comfortable on tho ed of nice recitatioifs and beautiful songs hear our Steam Caliope. B, P. SHACKIETT, Prin. Science has proven catarrh to bo a con- trip. Hurdinsburg will doubtless turn arranged and gotten up by the Seven ising relief to classes it is right now rC'--f . Our Palaces are it h tod with. Electric lights, turning nlyht Into day. ' s? Illuminating tho grinding so mercilessly? It has lieen stitutional disease, and therefore requires out a large delegation. Trains will run Earnest Workers. '' river bank for miles around. - vn constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh through to Louisville without change. Big Spring neighborhood came in town for a quarter of a century, it is beI) tried ii IT WE QVE A GRAND FREE SHOW Saturday and voted solid for Mat Adams ing severely tested now, and so vicious Cure, Manufactured by 1. J. Cheney & exhibition, that Is worth coming hundreds of at tho Convention. is its work and so obvious its vice that Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constituIt appeared as on the iriver bank at 1 o'clock on the day of our man Contagious Blood Diseases. miles see. Mr. Cbas. Watt, the strongest though Mr. Adams left somo boodlo hero and daring feat of facing P. monster canon, and with en earth, will perfur one the. most rookie's those of its representatives who are even tional cure on tho market. It is taken a bis naked hands catch a solid Iron cannn UKcri, rnre, riinil, Itch, salt rheum, etc, slightly inclined to fairness admit that internally in doses from ten drops to a ore evidence of coutiigiou blood diteae. It A free bar, a dinner to tho Adams men ball, fired with terifio foree at a distant of 20 feet. Nothing like It ever seen before ! eradicate blood poison at Howard's Hotel. Col. Adam's speech " the present administration is becoming teaspoonful. It acts directly upon the is manifestly a duty touse We Hi row Open tlio Doom of our Gruud Pulacea to Admit vUlturwat - 1 A:2 from the system by a of II. U. (Dotanlo here madcua wonderful chango in this PcrlortHunce coiinnoiiccn ut too reckless and must lw reined in. blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Illood Ualin). thus enabling the0. - . , . 2 A: 8 . sure pla.es to It had lieen conceded to Geo. With such facts lcfore us it requires They olfer one hundred dollars for any heal, and thereby remoritg all possibility of county. TbVConverted Gambler, COME KAIILV AND HVC KVEUVTIIING. case it fails to cure. Send for circulars other members of the Inmlly becoming likeII. Madden. only a little cool reasoning for any man Sfe wise iifUlcle.l. Send to Wood Halm Co., At and testimonuls. Address, base-ba- ll On motion of Hon Sani'l Wrather it The game of played Sunday at . AVill deliver his. Famous Lecture, "to see that u change must bo made. Innta. Ha , for book that will convince. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. J. II. Outlaw, Mt. Olive N. C, writes : "I Ekron between tho Ekrons and Branden-burg- s Democratic Convention at Branden was moved that the voting proceed. On Whether Democracy oilers more can be BfiySold by Druggists, 7."c. bad running sres on my shoulders and arms. was very interesting and witnessdecided by reference to Democratic rule motion of Hdh. A. W. Moremen it was burg. One bottle of II. n. U. cured me entirely. u, in the past. Surely we have enough moved that tho voting proceed by diviIi. Johnson, Ilelmont Station, Miss., writes: ed by several hundred jieoplo. Tho At a meeting of tho Democrats of sion. On motion of "II II. II. has worked on me like a chrm. gamo closed with 13 scores for the Ekron Republican rule to do us for all time. Mr. J. AV. Lewis tho Resolutions of Condolence. My bmd and body were covered with sores, and 12 for our boys. The Ekron boys Mcado county at the Court Houso in name of. Hon. Geo. II. Madden was with1). II. II, healed me and my hair c.une out, but , AT , are very earnest and hard workers and Brandenburg, Ky., on tho 17th day of drawn, and tho Hon. G. Mat. Adams was It is to be hoped that the instiga- in Wiikiikah it has pleased Almighty God qnlokly. his divine providence to remove from May, for tho purposo of selecting declared tho W. J. Kinnln, Uutchens, Texas, writes : play a tors of the new railroad which was lately Our boys mighty nico game. unanimous choice. "II. II. II. has cured my wife of a large ulcer .Stato Convention to bo On motion of P. K. Malin tho Hon. chartered to run from Cloveriort through this earth Mrs. Eliza Watkins, ono of on her leg tlmt doctors and nil other medicines don't seem to'get the samo kind of. move delegates to tho held at Louisville, Ky., on tho 28th of Geo. CloveriKirt's oldest, most honored and could not cu o." on them but generally keep thero head Ilardiiisbiirg to Cecilia into Hardin II. Madden was declared tho second beloved landmarks, ami May, for tho selection of a candidato M. J. Hrtismnn, a prominent merchant of 'mul put in Homo very onto tricks. county, will sjeedily put the work on choice. Sih. 1890. . y I know of several Wiikiihas, by such removal, our friend Urennsborn, On,, writes: for tlic ofllco of Clerk of tho Court of Apfoot and thus open a new and valuable On motion of Mr. S. C. Malin tho chair cases of bio id disease speedily cured by II, 1!, and brother, T. M. Watkins, has been II. Two bottles cured a lady of ugly scrofu- The Clover Line Extends Courtesies to peals. For the Benefit of tho ' ' industrial section of our county to tho appointed tho following as delegates to J weighed down witli tho deepest load of lous skin sores." the Editors. Mr. It. A. Craycroffeulk'tl tho meeting tho Stato Convention : business world. Many of the citizens of W. q Uirchmoro 3c Co., Maxey, Ua., write : sorrow that can befall mortal mini on As of tho Kentucky Press to oitler and stated tho object, and on "II. B B. in curing Mr. Kobt. Ward, of blond llig Spring and Rosetta have their hearts DKI.Etr.lTES. Al.TEItN'ATUS. METHODIST CHURCH.- this earth, now therefore bo it polaon, effected oio of the mist wonderful Association, wo are already in and minds fixed ujmjii this enterprise P. K. Malin, receipt of motion of Hon. Sam. AV rather, Hon. J. Albert Barry, Jlesoltal, That Itrcckenridgo Lodge No. cures that ever came to our kuowledge." a resjwnso from General FncHenger ,F. Woolfolk was elected permanent chairand hope to see it culminate to their Willis Ilates, T. V. Keith, . 4 TICKETS, K. of P., its officers and members, ex25 piS Agent J. K.. MeCracken, of tho Louis- man, and on montion of Troctor K. Ma-liadvantage at an early day. The days of til, J. AV. Lewis, Albert Thompson, Good Luck. tend to our worthy comrade our heart, It. II. Novitt was elected secretary ville, St. Loiiiaud Texas railroad, exPaul E. Huron, railroad building have just fairly begun A. A', Moremen, felt sympathy in this his hour of sore ChorlcslL Johnson, a driver for Wil- tending tiio courtesies of his road and C. S. Grinnell as assistant secretary. Dr. J. M. O'llryan, Tlios.II. Hainilton ifrce to in tins section ot Kentucky and It may liam Richardson of ife Sudbury street, in those of tho editors distress. who will uso it in Tho Hon. P. K. Malin in Ills eloquent be predicted with confidence that such a Dr. John Shacklett, Abo Cliism, a copy of these resolu- tho last drawing of tho Louisiana Stato reaching tho llnolml, That Winchester meeting, on "manner, placed iu nomination for tho linens this would pay and lw greatly It. A. Cruycroft, Jas. Green, tions ho conveyed to our brother and Lottery was tho happy holder of application to us for passes. Tho liber- ofllco of Clerk of tho Court of Appeals tho augmented by a bridge across the Ohio On motion of AV. 11. Gough it was of ticket 8,132, which drew tho ality of tho management also a copy each sent to the IIiikckiix-iiilxiof this road inline of Hon. G. Mat. Adams, of the moved that the proceedings of tills meethere, giving easy access to Indianapolis News and Clovcrport Times for First Capital lrizo of $.,WO,000, and re- was enjoyed and appreciated by tho ed- County of Knox. Mr. Wrather seconded ing bo sent to tho Meado County Nows and other cities. publication, and also a copy spread uvou ceived as his share the neat littlo fortuno itors last year and Mr. MeCracken evi- tho nomination. Dr. D. C. Pusoy placed tho Bukckkn'imixik Nkws mid Courior-Journof $15,000. Mr. Johnson is a quiet dently tho minutes of this Lodge. -r- itombelieyes that he cannot do too in nomination for said ofllco tho name of for publication. Tho meeting .Ax Owensboro darkey struck tho young fellow who intends to put his Respectfully submiUed, much of a good tiling. Wo thank him Mr. Geo. II. Madden, of tho City of Louis- then adjourned, naming May tho Louisiana State Lottery last month for acquired money to a good uso. easily J. I), ltabbage, in udvanco for his liberal olTer. tnterioi ville. Tho nomination of Mr. Madden for solccting dolcK.ttoj for Jurlao nf $15,000. nay is, i aw. u. Mancilll. lloston (Mass.) Herald, March 27. was seconded by the Hon. J, W. Lewis, C ourt of Appeals and Superior Judge. Journal. TO DOM PAST ALL PRECEDENT I THE BUSINESS OVER TWO MILU0H3 DISTRIBUTED J 1 Attractive Goods ii. lt-a- e. Attractive Prices K. Attractive Bargains . sb Attractive Treatment A " pre-tent- . A Genuine Bargain The Fair Dealing House. .& ttiriiiligi( -- 1 1 e. "VEST'S EUGENE r,xid.a37" -- Wall Street, Gloverport, Ky. with-estat- COMING!! Ever! Greater and Grander then 3 Floating Pa laces. POUT, jta,37" ROBINSON'S grand-daught- er GLOVE 30, 3 blood-heatin- g ofa-Tlcke- fine-spu- n For Sale. e e, " 'f reie 1 f .'. "Steye P. Holbombe, , "How It Happened' CLOVERPORT Thursday, June n, BUY YOUR th E ul SHIETS J, D, BABBA6E. -- k i u PPG r LOCAL BREVITIES. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. .sasacTvssssssam f -,- ? Nis ;?. .v X , ..: !Sj & Mv ?',.. i'vi' m "4. !3 - .4. fe H. " e " '1. I? K. 1 t ltV. y y.r k N V", : M. '. W4fiv V f ? X :t & . w i AS ' tickets to Barnum's Circus at Owonsboro Tho Democrats of Ought to be careful that they get value for it; that is the t a l to Juno 2d, for $1.30 including ticket to tho assembled in mass Brcckenritlgu county convention at Show. only way to succeed in this world. There is too much LsssssaV Monday, pursuant to a call by icr rt Tho Cloverport Pipe Lino organized the chairman. ma Mr. B. F. Board called money squandered nowadays. Money spent injudiciously Monday and elected II." A. Oelzc, presi- tho meeting to order, and on motion ALL YOUR FOOTWEAR, of impoverishes the one and enriehes the other. Always see dent ; A. B. SkJllmnn, treasurer and 0. Capt. A. J. Gross ho was mado jwnna-nen- t J ,l T. Skillman, secretary. BEST GOODS that yon get a dollar's worth in vulne for every dollar you chairman of the convention. S AT On motion of Hon. D. . Murray, D. Several gentlemen o( this eTJunty ship-po-d spend; then you can rest assured that the wolf will never I.nwi'M Prlcra. Both tho method and results When to C. It. Gregory & Co., Louisville, II. Severs Was elected secretary and Jno. howl at your door. Syrup of Figs U taken ; it ia pleasant on the James Guthrie, Monday night, D,. Babbagc assistant. and refreshing to tho taste, and acta elghty-tw.- o head of fine hogs. Mr. Beard stated the object of tho "Vyiten you feel necessitated to spend iLoney for clothgentlyyotpromptly on tho Kidneys, Queen Victoria in all her majesty can meeting, which was to select delegates .Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sysing, come to us. We can suit ) on in goods and price; we not even cure a chicken without tho aid to attend tho State Democratic Conventem effectually, dnpcls colds, headtion to bo held In Louisville May 28th. of Canter's chicken cholera cure, which give you the only real Clothing all aches and fevers and cures hnhitual ! J. F. is sold in this place and warranted to Mr. Beard also stated that ho had mado Sulzer & Bro I J constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho our own manufacture which is far superior to any other. a mislako in his call and in order to cor : euro by G. W. Short. Cloferport, Kj j j - " '- . only remedy, of its kind ever pro-- k rect that mistake and havo the delegates "Wo give you tho further assurance of honest dealings and A Greater or Grander entertainment duced, pleasing to tho tasto and appointed on tho day to tho stomach, prompt in was never brought lo our doors thtur1 State Central Committee named by tho courteous treatment. '" he held a meetEugeno Ilobinson's three Floating Pal! its action and truly heneficiul in its j ing on Saturday, and named tho dele aces, which will exhibit hero on Friday, effects, prepared only from tho most gates with tho understanding .that they May 30th. He sure to visit it. healthy and agrceahlo suh'tances, bo approved by tho meeting to be held its many excellent qualities Notico Dr. AV. T. Taylor, of tho Ann d on this day, Monday. it to all and hava made it of J. II. Taylor & Son, owing to illness Hon. I). B. Murray then offered tho tho most popular remedy known. will not bo in this city before the latter following resolution which was unani-lnoiiBiTTTiTnTTrn asy'Po(Fig8isfors.ilo in 50o part of this wqek. Ho will also bo in tho adopted : and $1 bottles by all Ieadm-rdmc- . :: mako it a Rule city May 21, 22, 23 and will bo at the Wiiibkas the Convention that tat nn R.i,,-- gists. TO 00 TO Any refialle druggist who Cloverport Hotel one week. urday, May 17tb, was held with its actions to may not have it on hand will probe subject to action of this Convention, be it E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. S. Tho entertainment at Union Shir next cure it promptly for any one who -' lloitrtd, That this Convention proceed to .OR Friday night promises to bo ono of the business and If sjjch proceedings are In conwishes to try it. Do not accept I I I I I I I I I I I Your Wife's and I I Children 8 1 best ever given in tho county. The pro flict with the proceedings of Saturday then any substitute such proceedings of Saturday are to be thererooiwear. gram is splendid and worth riding mile by and held void. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ool Work Muuv to see. If you want to spend a pleasant On motion of Mr. Fraizo tho following BAH rRANCISC ). OAL. iooa U'c,tr LOUISVILLE, KY. evening don't fail to attend. KWrOKK. K.t. names wero added to tho list of delegates appointed on Saturday: Win. Vessells, Next Sunday will be Children's Day FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS. at tho Methodist church. A beautiful G.S. Wilson, A. J. Gross,John Slaton and song service and other interesting feat- all other Democrats who may wisli to Wa are authorised to announce ures have been arranged and the day attend. Tho delegates named Saturday GRORGEH. MADDEN, as a Candidate-fo- r Clerk Court of Appeal. will bo ono of interest to both old and were : Milton Board, Judge Mercer, W. Subject to the aotlon of Democratic State young. K. Barnes, Frank Fraizo, J. W. Jarrett Everybody .invited. Convention. Quito a number of young people gath J. J. Severs, Chas. H. Drury, C. C. Wcy-met- h J. P. Sulzer & Bro j FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. ered at and F. K. Rhodes. Alternates: J. the residence of Mrs. Amanda .' j O'orerport, Ky. D. Beeler, Dr. J. T. Baker, Henry Har MAFUFACTUKERS OF Fisher Friday night. Mr. Jas. II. Fisher We nre authorised to announce nett, J. u. Jiabbage, G. S. Wilson, F. was called to tho chair and stated that JOHN ROBERTS, Mercer. J. T. Hanks, W. W. Williams of the City of Loulivllle. ai a candidate for the object of the meeting was for all to and Dr. J. B, Frymire. Judgo of the Court of Appeali, subject to the have an enjoyable time, and, it is needOn motion, tho Convention proceeded action of the Democratic part; of the Third less to add, they certainly had it. Appellate Dlitrjct. to mako nominations. The Baptist church was filled to its utSIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, W.K. Barnes placed in nomination We are authorlied to announce most capacity last Thursday night to witJudgo John Roberts, of Louisville, for JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, ness the closing exercises of the Cloverthe office of Judgo of the Court of Ap An J evtrjthlDg In tbe Turning and Scrolling line of work will le done at this establishment in as a candidate for re election to the office of port High School. To say that every peals. Judge 'of the Court of Appeali, subject to the tho best tnnnner and at tbe lowest rates. Also dealers la Felt and Bodlne Rooflng. body was well pleased doesn't express it action of the Democratic party. Judgo Lewis was placed in nomination by half. They wero "simply overwhelm- by Mr. John Slaton. Hon. W. E. Minor Wm. K. Barnes, John Allen Murray, ed, and their enthusiasm knew no seconded tho nomination. ! ! -:- Hardinsburg. CJoverport." bounds. Miss Allicne Murray's d Tho vote showed that tlio Convention - MURRAY &. BARNES, the papers read by Messrs. Lon was almost unanimously for Judgo Lew is Moremen and "Walter Smart wero highly Remember that you can get your wants supplied at who was declared the choice of tho Concreditable, and showed their superior vention. Hardinsburg and Cloverport, training and knowledge. They did Kentucky. The following delegates were appoint thcmselvesgreat credit and wero justly ed to attend the convention at Lebanon, entitled to tho honors conferred upon with instructions to cast the voto of this by the President of tho School them ,U8 county for Judgo Lewis: A. J. Gross, Board, who awarded them with diplo.EiULrk. W. E. Minor, W. K. Barnes, Win. VesHARDINSBUKQ, KY. mas. Miss Bessio Hambleton, Miss Jensells, G. S. Wilson, Jas. G. Stephens, J. with Murray k Barnes Court Square nie Ireland and Mr. Orvillo Gregory J. Severs, It. C. Richardson and Chas. H. wero awarded prizes for tho best, original Drury. M, geometrical designs. 'lion. D. It. Mur COMMISSION MERCHANTS, On motion, tho delegates to the State Where every article needed by yon can be had at prices surpassed by no ray in his usual clever way presented Convention were instructed to cast the other merchant in the country. tho graduating class, composed of Messrs. voto of this county for Geo. II. Madden Office ow llichtwlian'a JfurdiLarr More. Lon Moremen, "Walter Smart and "Wafor Clerk of tho Court of Appeals. lter Itiedel and Miss Allicne Murray, CLOVERPORT. KY. Capt. A. J. Gross was named as a with their diplomas. Maj. Fowler cap.J. 11. TAVLOlt, J. C. 11USII, W. S. TAY1.0K. tivated tho Bowling Green Convention, the entire audience with his talk and instructed to cast the voto of this & on "Cranks." Tho Major is somewhat of a crank himself on schools, and from county for Geo. II. Yost for Judge of the Bring it to us and get highest market piicts, for we an- - headqtiart his talk wo presume ho knows how to Superior Court. ers, for the highest market prices on all kinds of Country Produce. The Convention then adjourned. Over Zulaufa Jewelry Store ' run u sciiooi una pretty iiiorougiuy conWe take everything merchantable our patrons have to sell. OWENSBORO, KY. Frederica Street, vinced his audience of that fact, too. sell for oath or its equivalent PRODUCE We buy for cash, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The truth is, tho Major is one of tho best and of courso can sell cheaper than if we did u credit business. Pay for themselves first season. Delivered to any railway station in Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, teachers wo liavo had hero for years and Breckenridge County free. If you want them or a good bruises, sores, ulcers, stilt rheum, fevpr has done splendid work. The School Our Motto : Board will miss it if they don't retain sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1800. him. He is also a valuablo man outside corns, and skin eruptions, and positively You can make money by buying from of the school room. Tho entire corps of cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or teachers can't bo improved upon. They PERSONAL. . . ... try ui iKeep up wun .1... .: R. :.. me iimca, scjuui our goous with care. Price 25 cents per i & BRO., have done their work nobly and well, money refunded. vc box ForsalobyG, W. Short, Cloverand should bo retained. Tho News F. Fralio went to Hawesvlllc latt week. For the Spring trade we are offering the best selected stock we ever JLJiUTCHFIELD, wishes them a pleasant and profitable port, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, H.,11. Pierce went to Hawcirille Friday. . ' handled, and remember we have the Goods and will make it to your inKy. . , terest to buy of us. Will Smith spent Sunday at hit old home vacation and a happy return to their respective places next fall. at Holt. A Strong Call on Capt A. J. Gross w0 ,n,y Woo, Rootb aml a" k'nds of Sr. A. A. Slinona returned froiu Eransvllle Produce, and remember the place, on JLfUll v Prom the Hardinsburg: Distriot. BURAS. "Saturday. ' Believing A. JGross to be tho choice Stcphensport and Cloverport road, two miles below Stephensport at A tailor's goose the dude. Mlu Forrle Ilardln, of Ilult, was in tho LUUIOUIl a of. tho majority of Uhii th.o. Hardinsburg city Friday, Flies early and the crop ia good. district, wo call Upon him to mako tho J. L. Miller returned from Louisville Farmers Bay moles are plentiful. raco for delegate to tho Constitutional UNION STAR. ROBERT'S BOTTOM. Thnraday. More caterpillars than we've seen for Convention : Squlro II. H. Dean, of Rock Llok, was In years before. Having seen in your pnjer items from J. K. Monarch wits in Union Star one A word to the Wheelers. You needn't town Saturday. Joe B. Cox, John B. Ilensly, consult anyneighborhoods tiny last week. "That's right" is our latest slangous J. W. QuibrU, that in renlity nro Allen Guthrie, Col. J. 0. Powers, of Owensborn, was In body nor mako any arrangements in regard to II. U, Thompson, 0. W. Skillman, expression. enhensport, no more "tony" or city like than our Miss Knto HnwkiiiH, of your sup the city this week. ' 0. L. Beard, J. I). Buiby, t was a guest at Mrs. Jas. Higgs' a day or own, wo have decided to put in our apMrs. Johnny Tucker, who has the Jo II. Skillman, plies. I am selling goods now lower than Wm. M. Ilensley, Mr. Sam Keith, wife and child wero up from any living man pearance. Jolly Mcidor, W. 0. Jordan, two last week. fever, is convalescent. Owensboro last week, r John W, Lewis, J. T. Koburdi, can sell them and always have. Miss Ktta English is on tho sick list Mr. It. C. Richardson and sister, Miss Come to my store in Miss Carrio Meyer and Oscar Alexan 11. W. Jolly, M John Bland, Iielund returned tj her home James Frank, Charlie B. Miller, Com. Bijcnt several days in Louisville this week. der spent last Sunday in Custer. at Sklltiuan Sunday. Hardinsburg and it will take me only a few minutes to O. Yr. Beard, L. J. Mattlngly, Miss Jennie Amnions, of Brandenburg, week before Inst. Charlie Moorman went to LoulsrllU WedPhilo Butler sold his,yoko of oxen to a John 0. Mattlngly, Samuel Bland, convince you of the fact. Talk about 10 per cent. F. Burch, T. C Lewis, nesday, returning Friday. Courtlnnd Crosson can do ns nico n is visiting relatives here. Mr. Jordan for $100 cash. I don't Felix Lewln, J. D. Sea ton, Evnrts English who hits been qttito sick piece of hair trimming or shingling ns ask any more on my goods and bell a great many Mits Lottie Doyd, of Owentboro, Is vltltlag Our neighborhood was well represent- II. II. Newton, Arthur Ooodman, arliclcs for soino time, is now nble to rido around J.S.Brown, any one need wish for. Mrs. O.'W. Short this week. John M. Smith, ed at tho County Wheel Friday. for less. I am the original low price man of this John II. Hook, J. S. McOary, on tho farm. Mrs. Mary Allen, of Preston, spent a few Mr. Clnyt Crosson returned Thursday county. Master Davo Meyer and brother, of S. D. MeQlll, Jas. II. Hook, days with relatlres here this week. Miss Ida Petit is visiting nt tho resiRichard May, after being in Hnrdinsburg on petit jury June S. Marshal, you want goods bring along the cash or its equivalent, Eveleigh, aro visiting here. Frank Dellaven, J. B. Johnson, dence of her uncle. Mr. Hnlo Petit, in for more than two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Clark, of Cannelton, are "Tho bald-face- d John W. Miller, truth", bo far as wo Feltx Monroe, produce. Tliltlng Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Clark, John D. Boeler, Mr. Taylor Argabright, son of Win. Jcflemonvillo, Ind. J. II. Brown, know, belongs exclusively to Dr. Harned. w. Stephen Zelier, r. nook, Miss Sweety Board and Mrs. Walker Board, Mrs. W. II. Courtney, of Owensboro. Argnbright, died nt his home a few miles "Footing tho Bill" is what TJthyl's R. P. Bhacklett, J. 0, Sutton, of Holt, were In the city Friday. from town, on Inst Friday of, consump and her littlo daughter, Mnry Louise, nre Matthias Miller, Fobt. A. Smith, father calls showing her dear William E. Rhodes, Mike Miller, , tion. visiting ncr inoiuer, Mrs. J.on A. Dix. MIta Brook Stephens, of Holt, spent sereral out at tho door at 11 o'clock with his N. K. Maseley, C. W. B. ilardln, days with Miss Settle Bowiner this week. Miss Uettio Leo Dix who has been payMrs. Lena Cunningham, of Louisville, Ooorge T Jolly, John N. Miller, foot. Isaac T, Owen, J. W. Squires who has been visiting iter sister, left ing her sisters in Owensboro quite a proTheodore Harris, President of the LouisWo can't say that M. Meyer is a dealer Chapman Moorman, B. F. Beard, ville Banking Co., was In the city Friday, Friday, accompanied by Mrs. Owen tracted visit, has recently returned homo TAtwood, in real estate, yet ho lias lots to sell. If W. 8. Beard, Cunnlnghnm. They will mako a short James Gry, J. II. Oardner, Mrs. J. T. Skillman and Mrs. C. W. MoorMr. S. II. Dix spent litht Stindny with you don't believe it' just walk into his J. D. La man; T. L. Smith, Visit nt Kkroii. man returned from from Louisville Friday. his wifo nnd son at her father's. Mr. Btore. J. W. Mattlngly, J. L. Mattlngly, Guard Hawkins, he reiwrts him slowly James May, Mrs. A. Y. Ford, of Frankfort, Is visiting Tho program for tho Iko Pile calls his inustacho "faith"- - James Mattlngly, S, S. Mattlngly, Jas. B. Mattlngly, I! her parents, Dr.. and Mrs. J. E. Brown, this entertainment to bo given hero on tho improving. because "it is tho substanco of things S.S. Smith, Con Bland, -- I week. evenings of tho 23d and 24th hist, con 11. Lncy. of Honkinsvllle. B. Mattlngly, Mr. F. Klias Alatlngly, Is hoped for; the evidence of things not J. W. M. Mattlngly, William Mattlnsly. sists of two principal plays "Cinderella" daily expected up to bco his littlo daughMiss Salllo Pumibry, of Ilult, spent tbe Been." w. l.iattlngly, J. 0. Mattlngly, week In the city, tbe guest of Miss Minnie N. M. Mattlnsly Jr, Leonard Mattlngly, Sr, and "Maud Irving", nn operetta, with ter, Fannio Loo, who is now nt tho homo Born, to tho wifo of C. C. Pile, on tho Leonard MuJray. MattinglyJr, N. M. Mattlngly, Sr., several diulogues interspersed and local of her grand parents, Mr. nnd Mr. H. 8. 10th, a bouncing boy. Tho longer tho Jesse Mattlngly, isuuie Mattlngly, music. AVo thiifk tho program ono that English. Mr. Win, llagsdale, of Chicago, was the Q. S. Wilson, census ennuinerator puts it off, tho more S. S. Furrow, will plenso all and nro sorry that wo will guest of Mr. and Mrs. U, W. Short a ten days Amos Board, " Giles Farker, , ho has to do. not bo present, but 'probably a more Cliff Slaton, Scott House, last week. Worth Knowing;- (Iroen B. Board, Mr. Samuel Tucker recently Bold a Air Itobards, forciblo imjii than ours will givo an nc- Mesira. Mao Williams and Allen Frayser W. W. Vessels, W. Casscdy, i HuoiiKs' Tonic. Tho old time, reliable J. conntoftho performances. "Wo nro in remedy for Fever and Aguo. Reputatwo society fceutlemtn o( Owensboro, spent hogshead of tobacco for $20.50 per lum-drc0. U. Sills, 0. B. Lewis, N III prevent the W. WBraun. lie is ono of our best tobacco present testing tho hospi. Louisville nt ravages of Choi-er- a Sunday at Holt. ...Ji tion earned by Thirty years success. You on any farm itock raisers and is an enterprising fanner in ttility of our former friends and neighanai.,n g0w Jim Dean came in from Rock Lick Thurs can depend upon it. Tttv It! Dnua- cases, will cure Cholera, bors, Dr. and Mrs. Dr. "V. 11. White, but although wa day ti attend tbe commencement exercises at every particular. aiSTS HAVE IT. will not insure It to do so. ' lAiJ J itllkfcHiiMiK ill will bo in Richmond, Ky., this Fridny From thoamount of matter in envelthe High School. JrUfA VWLMH It has been tried and thornu-v- if.sssK asasasasasasasasssssssaKs MW VsBBLjKf'JSSSsVk. &SBV0SBSBHaSBVWSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBK afternoon. Miss Laura Satterfiel I came up from opes and packages ono of our young men Eugeno Robinson's tested by many of the best throe Flontinc Princeton Wednesday to be with her sister, is sending through tho mail to his girl When Baby waa rick, we gare bee Cartorla. w ureckenrldge and raincoH will bo hero on Friday, May 30th Progress. wo bclievo ho has selected tliat way of When aha was a Child, aha cried for Caatoria. Miss Liisle, who Is quite 111. .. .. j. lUrdI run. tlei nnd lm with a Greater and Grander show than are tbe names of some or our farmers who hava tested it. When aha became Miss, she clung to Castoria. s. It is very important in this ngo of vast ever, don't fall to seo it. Miss Fannie Ilrathear returned to her nipving to his future father-in-laM.ador n i t Dig Spring, t Bob English, Dr. 0. Z Aud. Ceelll.n , Ch.. material progress that n remedy bo pleashome near Preston 8uturday. She closes a Soon after tho buds had swelled and Wbea aha had Children, aho gara them Castor!. Exp.rl.ne. teaeh.su. that Hog Cholera c.nno, ba cured very s'uecossful engagement with the school burst and wero beginning to show their ing to tho taste nnd to tho oye, easily except! merely a prevent!,, which, ir glren according to directions, here, and should be solicited to retura by the velvety shoots wo heard a waggish land ! ' w, tTJZZll taken, acceptable to tho stotnnch nnd It I. put up.in ,.ek. at JJ cent, per pound. Twenty flT8warrant offer of the same charge for next year. healthy in its nature and effects. Pospound. owner remark, "All my timber will soon During ay absence ray son, H. 0. Murray, hog. healthy for a year. sessing these qualities, Syrup of Figs is Is authorised to collo t moneys due. All perMr. Leonard Oelsto is at home from be gone I reckon, for what was not blown O AQENT3 Beard 4 Beeler, U.rdln.burg 0. W. Short, Carport, JMJJ( . Dttnvillo on a fow weeks vacation, be- down in the storm is now leaving," lie Havo your Job work done at this ollico tho ono perfect luxatlvo nnd most gentle sons indebted will please settle with Ma at D. It. Muriuy, diuretic known. icceived a chromo then and there. fore Commencement. in the latest Fftyle'nnd iloilgua. Clorernorf, Ky. Attorney at Law. ' Don't forget the musical concert at Tho County Instructs for Lowls, Union Star next Friday niyht. Itev. G. C. Overetreet will preach at Madden and Yost. tho Presbyterian church next Sunday A Large Attendance and a Harmonimorning und inight. The L. St. L. & T. will Bell round trip ous Meeting. LL Li ' I IJJ I I I I I I I I 'i U I I I I I f I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I I 7 People Who $pei Money A Good Two fjl 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Foot Rule! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Mako it a Rulo hf z. yiA Ilar-dinsbu- rg SULZER'S .cwis a$KnroYs S homo-manufactur- J oora-men- JULIUS I I I I I I I I WINTER & I I G ly p 1 1 "Old Reliable" Clotliiers I I I ESULZER'S IJI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I .1 THE TELL CITY PLANING MILLS DOORS, SASH & BLINDS FARMERS rccita-tionan- ATTENTION WOOL! Attorneys atLaw. Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, L D. ADDISON'S, !! Dr. J. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, We want One Million Pmmrls nf wni by July 1st, also Five Hundred Thousand Pounds of GINSENG, BLOOD ROOT, YELLOW EOOT and MAY APPLE yur CHICKENS and Jend Write for prices to PIPES & DeHAVEN, WOOL! to DENTISTS J. H. Taylor Co., Wool! Wool! Wool! CORN DRILLS, ' WALKING CULTIVATORS, RIDING CULTIVATORS, SPRING TOOTH HARROWS, Thresher, Engine or Saw Mill, J. BASSETT Breckenridge News. Quick Sales and Small Profits. ..ii KY. TiniVf TTnvcrpt JLtrigvU WHEELERS. If J A. WITT, Hardinsburg, Ky. inueb-talked-- E A Sure Hog Cholera Preventive. J. E. MOORMAN'S d. Hog Gholera Preventive ..H pjsBsssBsssak M jK. Jr 1J 1 w i,,.." Notice f ". 2Li wWTllIli J y n. J. E. MOORMAN, Owir D - C'-l- i' r'&& .vzj&jy&tob,-- , 'dWsfcMfija&k j. J - - - " r- - Kumunro of ti Oluinom' A very" curioud case Iiaa bivn esorcls-in- g the authorities at the Capj. In with tlfc law which regards na fito!j every dlttmpud jvhich 11 man cells or him in Ills' pol'v&sion. unlcu ita origin and K.iHgive aiv registered nt tho detective department, a man brought r.p for registration the other day a' large diath some thousands of iKmuds. mond which had he alleged. bee:i tpven to Hi", him long ago by his sweetheart. story wiih that tt certain lotlyj "still living, and now the wife of aiiother man. had round tin stone and sent it to him some fifteen or twenty yearn ago. along wilt: a feather in a Jetter. begging him to ac.cjit It as a l:eeia!cu. The fitithfnl hail kept Jt all this timo. he said, br.t ;;uw. being hard up. wished to m1I It He demanded accordingly, that the ilcU'ctive department bhonld supply him v.'.li ti ieriiiit The detective with the lady. woman, She. however, bciun r. r.tt.i-rleseemed in no w.17 andcrjs to haven foolish romance of her yonth revived, and profeftHjd to hr.vo ui memory of any such transaction, '.."lcrenpon t'.iu mother of the claimant rumui.tgo .1 :;!out and discovered the original autograph KsTtor. feather and all There it lies at the detective ofllce a faded relic of a sentiment of long ago. It is a iervadud by its little wisdom as is mind in such things: but accident hits uttached to it a value more substantial than any. perhaps, which the recipient put upon ft "when wetwn parted in silence and tears." Tho latest news is that the authorities believe the story, that the genuineness of the whole affair is in fair way to be established, and that the happy owner will yion Ik enriched by the proceeds of the diamond which has had so Btrange a history. Cape Colony Letter. v.-- WllllPlllWliw?PiMB nr Brenridge wi . MY News. LOVE fS LIKE A SONQ. My lovo U not llko any flower; For flowers lire but a day, And many a one but for an hour, Then dying, fades away; But my sweet lovo Is like a song, That sinks Into the heart. And lingers there so Tery long. nnd avail Themselves oFlls advantages. Tho membership has, in fact, outgrown tho club house, and in tho fall it will probably remove to largor and moro ABOUT THE'PRESIDENT OF THE FED-tiilartera on Madison avenue. ERATION OF WOMAN'S CLUBS. Its now assured popularity has brought a'cofresjionding chango in tho dues, Mint MHmluitl und Her Dog Tlio New 'which wero at first modestly set nt $10, nnd which aro now $20, nnd in tho fall York Club Commercial Value will bo raised to $50. Mary Gay HumModl-rA 8ucccsful of Ilcauty llukcr phreys in narper's Bazar. WOMAN'S WORLD. i tl'firr- - a nl i MBr ft 4 Tr; Commercial Vuluo of Ilenuty. Mrs. .Charlotte Emerson Brown, tho Mrs. Langtry's beauty was an endowA Presli Iml, wife of the Rev. Dr. William B. Brown, For stars but sblno at night. A new fad indulged in by society girls And then 'tis only from afar of East Orange, N. J., elected president ment worth about $1,000,000. As a bus4 Jf That stars appear so bright; Caatoria la Dr. Sural Fitolior'a ell. hanalosi and aolok aura fnv of the Federation of Women's Clubs, lias iness venturo she has paid interest ntO is the "alcohol foot bath." It is a But my sweet lore Is like a song. nail Chtldroa'a Complabata. just turned liurJOth birthday, and is a per cent, on two millions, but then she method of scenting by absorption a Infant' Superior to Cantor Ollj That brightens all the day; has off years, .such as tho ono threo very exhilarating effect, und, if indulged Paregoric eg Jfarootlo Syrupn. Children orr fop Cantorln. Mil- woman nf rare social and artistic abili That rolls tho wheels of Time aloni. in long enough, evch intoxipution A )lon of Mother blc And drives tho night nnny ties. She is tho youngest daughter of seasons ago, when sho dyed her hair, and Cantoria. Professor Ralph Emerson, of tho Ando-vc- r this year, when she is harassed in a gallon of 00 proof alcohol will suffice for Jly lore Is not like any ono Outorin cures Ollc, Constlnntlon s ThOologioal seminary, and was lorn grim, malignant and rasping way by the several baths, and as tho only accessories "I rcrommeml CfUtorlti for children's That mighty pens liavo umilo; Knur Btomach. Dltirrlid-n- . l.mrtilfn complaint!, nn superior to any pre not Iptton gout. The Langtry's beauty was more arc a little cologno nnd n hot .brick, this Like no fair Imago 'neath the run. in that city OItm healthy nioep also aids digestion kn6vrn U me." II. A. Archer, SI. D. J productivo of gold than tho genius of latest idea can at least lie classed as an No bird In field or gkulc; )V uuout narcouo amixuacuoiL Mrs. Brown was educated at the 111 Ko. Oxford su, llrouklyn, N.Y. Hut my sweet loo Is like n roue. Young Ladies' seminary, where Rachel, Rosa Bonheur, Georgo Sand, inexpensive one. Tho modus ojieraiuU Tna CtNTAcn Compart, 77 MurraySt.Tr New York. Alike to hut and throne, " she distinguished herself as ono of the Ouida and Georgo Eliot combined. In consists in dropping the hot brick into A glorious thing before tho throng, viow of nil this, why sneer at beauty on tho alcohol (previously perfumed) about A sweet, mild thing alone, most brilliant scholars in 'an exception-- Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly a half hour beforo using: then, after asally , able class. She is one of tho rare tho stage? Brown-Potter Had Mrs. leen us beau- certaining that the liquid is just hot women who are born linguists, and the Condition nf Sirs. J. O. Itlalne, Jr. ease with which she acquires tho use of tiful as sho is reckless, she, too, might enough not to burn, immerse tho feet in Mrs. James G. Blninc, Jr., has nboul a language is marvelous. She speaks havo been quoted in seven figures. -tho foot tub, and, after covering the tub :abandoned hope. Instead of getting bet- - fluently no less than wven languages, A vivid idea of tho commercial valuo to prevent any escape cf tho vapor, you ..' anything, a trifle worse. and all so well that in the different coun- of beauty muy bo had when ono considers sit and, in tho words of n French woman, . ter, she is, if '. Medical science does not seem to be able tries in which she has been sho has the cases of ono or two actresses con"think yon nro going to heaven." Now to nlleviate, yet nlone cure, her inflam- always been warmly complimented. spicuously lacking in physical attrac-jtioYork Star. matory rheumatism. It is not likely thnt Among thuu languages aw French, Agnes Booth would have boon Hard Work Ronardcd. she will ever go on tho stage. Sho litis Italian. German, Spanish. Dutch and moro than t J second Adelaide Noilson if Miss Xugusta M, Lowell, organist of not been out of her sick room in months. modern Greek. These she has acquired, her superb figure hnd been crowned by n the Church of the Incarnation, in Hnr-leMost of the time sho is in bed with her without the slightest difficulty, and inbeautiful fiice. As it is, sho is undoubthas tho distinction of ranking at edly tho most capable and artistic actress unfortunate leg in a plaster cast. deed scarcely with any great study. She is a patient sufferer, and never Her memory is phenomenal, and sho in America, and her art has lifted her to tho head of tho women organists of America. Asido from her splendor of complains, although tho cup of Borrow never forgets anything that she hits once a higher plane than naturo nt first t was pressed to her lips very early in lifo. acquired. But the fatal gift is not there. passion and execution at tho koybourd sho is gifted us a composer, und some 4' Despite her maturity, sho occupies n comHer baby boy is progressing tlnely, and But her greatest charm is her marvelher songs and sonatas aro very beautiful. is a bright, healthful looking littlo sprite ous magnetism and the power that she manding position in tho first stock comtho only sunbeam that brightens its posscsres of drawing to her those with pany in the country: but whereas n Miss Lowell was born in California and statuesque and wooden Lungtry makes when a littlo.child began th study of mother's room. Somo of her friends are whom she is thrown in contact. Prestill loyal, but they are few. There have vious to her marriage to Dr. Brown she $uo,ooo or $70,000 a year," tho exquisite art music. Six years ago sho canio to New iVj been times when poverty crossed the held at diltercnt times chairs in tho leadof an Agnes Booth, unaided by beauty, York, secured tho best possiblo instrucA I'urtnilt fur tlio White lloun. h threshold of the sick room, and tho poor ing eduuttional institutions of Montreal, must bo content with of thnt tion inlhe theory and practice of musical A portrait of Mrs. Angelina Van Burcn comiosition and worked from ten to fif- has been hung in the White House. It is creaturo would havo suffered for tho Chicago and at Rockford, Ills. Sho.is a sum. Denver Republican. teen, hours a day. Sho studied to win necessaries of lifo but for tho interposiexecutive) ability. a half length figure and in evening dress. woman of rare nnd sho has won fame, position" and A Mcillcul Collego for Women, , tion of friends. Of tho ones who have Mr. and Mrs. Brown wero married The white gown has the decollete, pointNow York World. Through tho efforts of Miss Mary Garproved faithful nono i3 more deserving while Dr. Brown was a professor at thca ed bodii-e- . finite like the present fashion rett and other influential ladies in this or credit than tho English The sleeves aro short, and over the lace in iobu. , Anuover Mis llUlund Honored. '", who has served Mrs. Blaine with- Soon afteri neoiogicai seminary Brow.n city a movement has been inaugurated their marriage Dr. While in Now Orleans, on the way to raflle of the right anil falls a spray of out pay, and at times litis drawn upon purchased a residence on Chestnut street, looking to tho admission of women to tho pale pink morniny glory. This is the her savings of years to keep tho wolf East Orange, and they settled down Johns Hopkins University School of Florida, Miss Elizabeth Bislund, tho lit- only color in thu toilet Onu rliite gloved Medicine. They havo offered $100,000 to erary editor of The Cosmopolitan, was hand holds from tho door. Now York Mail and Ex- there, but on account of his health he the other glove, and in the tho recipient of many social attentions. tho trustees on condition that they press. ti. J left hand is 11 mull handkerchief trimmed They spent Wits compelled to go abroad. women on tho samo footing as men At a reception given in her honor by her with luce. The dark hair is very smooth, three years in foreign travel. They reThe lllng Begging Crtmnde. provided thoyt have had tho necessary mother, many persotw of literary nnd How many of tho girls havo heard of turned homo m 1885, and a year litter training nnd tho medical education re- social distinction wero present A re- and well toward the 1front is a band of "tho friendship ring," that ingenious de- Mrs. Brown was electe.l a member of quired of tlio' sterner sex: ThoschooUs ception was ulso tendered Miss Bisland pearls vice for depleting tho iockcts and ruin- tho Orange Woman's club. Two years to bo a national institution. by tho members Of the Yeoman's club, What is said to be the largest shad ' ' ing tho characters of all mankind? The ago she was elected president, and held , Local committees havo already boon nn association founded "by Miss Bisland ever caught above tidewater in the Der ' deI"-schemo is to collect a penny from each tho ofllce until this spring, when 6ho . when sho lived in Now Orleans. Cur- laware river has jnr.t been taken in the .' .1.1 formed in Now York, Philadelphia and Her wonderful exof your friends until you obtain two clined Boston, made up of ladies of wealth and rent Literature. net of William Smith, an old fisherman, hundred and then invest tho money in a ecutive ability and personal magnetism influence. Tho Baltimoro branch has at the Lambertville, N. J., fishery. It to her already organized. ring. A score or more of young ladies were at onco felt in tho club, and Skirt Tuclng. measures HI inches in length, 8 inches It is proposed to engaged in this genteel begging in one more than to any one elso must bo given raiso $50,000 hero and $25,000 in each of For facing tho bottom of the skirt a in breadth and 5 inches in thickness, i placo will mako things exceedingly live tho ciedit of bringing up tho club from the other cities. Miss Garrett started pieco of crossbar criiiolino and piece of and weighs l!i n. pounds. a comparatively weak position to that of ly for tho gentlemen they can catch. tho subscription hero with $10,000, and alpaca or tho dress material are required, Their persistence is something wonder- ono of the strongest in tho country. of a yard of each. Don't A large meteor was seen from Mason others are contributing from $250 to three-fourtful, and tho amount of prevarication New York Herald. use canvas, nor haircloth, nor buckram, City luul other places in Iowa and struck $1,000 each. Boston has already promtlajy will commit in trying to convince a for thoy aro too stiff, too heavy and somewhere near Blue Earth. Minn. The ised its share, und tho Philadelphia laTrouble Oter Miss SIursliull'H Dog. m?in that they haven't asked him for a Theso facings need not be sound made us it passed tlirough the air "Mention this paper. dies, among whom aro Mrs. Drcxel nnd School Teacher Flora Marshall's dog. penny before, when, in truth, they have airs. Ldppincott, aro now engaged in moro than four inches wide. Alpaca is resembled the noise of heavy cannon. robbed him of anywhero from thrco to a which lias to divided the residents of getting their quota. Mrs--. Henry Winter used only as nn economy to save n fabric It left a long streak of lire and smoke dozen, is sad to contemplate. Camden county, by biting Miss Davis is the president of tho Baltimoro which may bo loo heavy or too expensive which did not disupieur for time Cor. EX Springfield Homestead. Abbio Rice, a popular young woman of branch. to use. Exchange. Ten million young whit llsli from t'.ie tho town, several days ago, is forward Tho professors n v,v at tho Johns HopADDISON, KY. Mrs. Kennan is a great help to George I government fish hatcliery have been again as a candidate for public attention. Mlu I'ulr's 'Wedding Ure. kins hospital will havo charge of tho Superior this season, and M. Arnaud, of Paris, has completed Four men with guns followed Mis MarKennan 111 lus wor.c for tho oppressed placed in I tho placo to buy SEWING MACHINE for school. Tho object z to avoid the ex less monoy than any otlior placo In tho country n.OOO.OOO more are to follow Aliout and sent toT San Francisco tho wedding shall in an effort to get a shot at her big pense attending the of a thorough people of Russia. She recopies manuThe machines I tell aro equal to nny that script, reads proofs, translates Russian 0,000.000 of the whtuV depodt will prob-ubldress of Miss Fair, who is to be married shaggy friend "Nop," which she Wits education in the European universities. agents chargo front $35 to $50 for:, I guaransurvive, maturing in fo"r yearn. in Juno to Hermann Oelrichs. Tho dress taking across the border of Winslow Only graduates will bo admitted to tlio works, goes over the receipts from his tee thetn to bo what I say or no trailo. Agonts is of white satin, manufactured at Lyons township to get him out of harm. Miss Hopkins school, and they will havo all work, nnd sees to their investment or dewill say tho machine is no nccount, "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," tho 1 posit. Mrs. Kennan is described as u especially for Miss Fair. It is covered Marshall closed herschool, at Bates' Mill, tho benefits of tho great Johns Hopkins largo dlffercnco in our prices, tut I most pleasant to take of all Fever nnd figure on this as on everything I handle, cut it woman of considerable business tact, with rare lace, which was purchased and came up to Camden, where sho held hospital. Baltimoro Special. Aguo Remedies. as low as it can bo cut. "My Motto" quick Warranted to cure with much personal attractiveness. piece by piece from the lace collectors a consultation with Lawyer Martin V sales and small profit. Chills und Fever. Sold by G, W. Shoit A Womun llukcr. and curiosity shops, and which is not Bergen Two drawer droplcsf Singer Sowing Machines Mrs. Margaret E. Sangster is a lovely, One of tho most t.nccessful women "No ono litis a right to shoot your dog," manufactured at all now. The train is low arm, with all attachments. $16,50 Five drawer dropleaf Singer Sewing Mathree yards and a half long. A drapery said Mr. Bergen. "Get a pistol, and, if bakers in this state lived formerly in tho silver haired lady of most gracious presHow 11 i'uiiit by T'.rr.l. ence. Though her literary career began chines, high arm, with all attachments $10.50 of lace trims tho bottom of the front they attempt it, shoot them." Miss Mar- country, near a city of about 100,000 inFriend You have 11 lot of agricultural' Send me a check or the money by register skirt, held by bunches of orange blos- shall has becured the weapon, it is said habitants. She was a woman with a so early- - she was in print at wxteen implements Where did you get them' letter, and I will ship you a machlno to any soms. Tho sleeves are of satin, covered and will defend her dog and herself. btrong taste for dabbling in art: buthuv-in- g nnd has been so brilliant, the good lady part of tho country. , Kaustts Man They lell to me i with lace, and the neck is finished by a bterling good tcnsc, sho Since the allege.l biting of Miss Rice, up all prides herself oven more upon her houbo-hol- d 'Ah, a relative of yours tlied and left Itcipectfully, qualities. She has broughtAip three high Medici collar of lace. The veil is of over a wee!; ago. the town of Waterford aspirations in a direction in which sho them to yon. t'h'r' L, I). AtfDISON, her own chilwhite tullo, to bo fastened by a spray of Irns been lent asunder, and the question knew sho could never succeed, and began families her "No, no: a cyclone ditl the work." Addison, Ky. dren and a flock of orphan nieces. orange blossoms. New Haven Palla- of the life or death of the dog has en- to look about her for a rcinuneratrvo callDetroit Free Press dium. ing. Sho sent i'er first pies and bread to tered into every phase of social and busHero is a recijie for eyebrow's: First iness life there. Miss Rice insisted that tho city by her father, who bi ought in 2WEFO. Lightning Tore Out IIIh V.ye. Not u Ainu at tho I'unc-riil- . as she was passing Miss Marshall's house farm produce to customers. Sho charged brush your brows towards your nose, INDIANAPOLIS. IND. A Lafayette special to The Indianapo. kS5rXaSB' ,,' fX Mrs. Mary Ann Henderson died Tues- tho dog flew upon her and bit her hand. the regular bakers' price for everything then tako your pencil and rub' lightly day morning. Sho had been confined to Sho and her friends declare- that the big she offered for sale. Orders betrun to through tho hairs. When you Vnust use lis Journal of April 10 says: "During last night's storm lightning struck John Iter, bed more than tweuty-ou- o years. brute must die, but Miss l flow' in at once. In a year her father your first finger and thumb, wllich you Eberly, of Pine Villttgo. Warren county, demay moisten slightly, pinch tho hairs Not a man besides the clergyman was fended Iter pet, asserting sold his farm, which brought him but a that ho present at the house to assist in tho last tender, gentle and brave, and that was scant return, and moved to the suburbs into a nurrow and prettily curved line tearing out both his eyes from their sho sockets He is still alive," sad rites, and tho ladies of the commuwould as soon part with her own of the city, where he could servo his above the eyes. Price, 918.00 at Factory. nity were forced to plnco tho coffin and as see that of her noble Nep shed. blood daughter's customers daily with tho She Cash with Order. Rolicrtson & Jones. Jonesboro, Ark., act as pall bearers. If it had been some was sure that he had not bitten Miss bread, pies, rolls, cream biscuit und is Mrs. Edna Dean Proctor, the poetess, a woman of middle age, with gray wealthy person tho attendance would Rico, but muy have jumped upon "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure her in plain cakes to which she confined herself. hair that is combed back over a broad write: . havo been largo. The funeral services play and caused her a great fright. The family soon began to keep help, forehead. She litis an ample incomo thnt gives universal satisfaction." Pleasant to EtrIctlyFIreWna.su. 'Warranted. at the grave wero conducted by Dr. take. No cure no pny. Soltl by G. V, The trouble was discussed in all its und bought tin iron oven for baking. raises her above any dependence on the AH Second Qrowth Hickory. Hundley, who took occasion then and phases, and Miss Rice's Steel Axles and Tiros. male friends This, in a fow years, was abandoned for pen. Sho at one time lived in Peoria. Short. Low Bent Boat Arms. Perfectly Balanced. afterwards to score tho male residents of made every effort to get n shot at the a huge brick baker's oven. This young Ills., und is a typical western woman. itvae. Easy Ruling, Oil Tempered Hnnne. tho community for tho neglect of their dog, but so ml"' Best Wnoellnnd Best All Over. far they havo been unsuc- lady now keeps Over a dozen American duties to the dead. Tho ladies also were cessful. At last Capt. IP YOU CAN'T FIHD THEM FOR SALE BY YOUR MERCHANTS, 'WRITERS. Pauliue Marie 'Elizabeth Wedde. a TIE LOUISVILLE&ST. LOOIS AM LINE, II. M. Jewett. girls to bako und sovertil men to run justly indignant. Milton (Flit.) Clarion. chairman of tho township v I I' . . Thuringian giantess, is good looking and committee, wagons about tho city. Sho is tho larg(Ti. K.4ST. h. It. R.) was appealed to, and, after hearing all est bilker in town, having built up her of a handsome, well proportioned figure. It is said that Lady Panncefote, tho the facts, he issued a decree of death business to its present standard in lees She measures about eight feet four inches SHORTEST, QUICKEST wife of the Bntish minister, was much upon tho dog. Miss Marshall, however, than fivo years. Under no temptation in height There will bo n big wedding AND BEST LINE TO amazed when, in answer to an informal headed off any attempt to executo when jho marries. the has she ever abandoned her homo methannouncement that sho would bo home decree of death by taking tho dog out of ods or deteriorated the quality of tho on Saturday afternoon from J to 0 o'clock, the township. Tlw four men who fol- materials she uses. Sho has never raised AND ALL POINTS 1,100 visitors presented themselves, most A. lowed her found it impossible to shoot, her prices. New York Tribune. Epoch. ' of whom insisted on shaking hands, al- as tho plucky young South-Wes- t. schoolmarm kept so Tho transition from long, lingering nnd though sho had never beftne heard of close to the dog Tho Cliungo In Women's Shoes. that her own body their existence. painful sickness to robust health marks Tims-Carin Effect Dec, IS, 1888, observing pedestrian upon BroadThe d might have received the charge intended way or the avenue at tho hour of tho nn epoch in the life of the individual for tho dog Lt. Loulavllle 8:45 a.m... 9:00 p in. ..4:10 pita. This year, while all the essential parts The closing of tho village school on fashionable proin'enado will notice that n remarkable event is treasured in the Arr St. Lou!" 7:45 " ...7:25 " of a costume are bupiwed to harmonize, account of a dog either women's feet havo grown longer memory, and the agency whereby tho Evsnsvlllo 2:25 " ,...9:50 p.m. it is not at all necessary that they should fire among the has added fuel to the or that thoy wear shoes much larger brute's enemies, and For further Uformatlon, call on or addresi, match. Hats and bonnets are no longer is no telling where tho controversy there than their feet. Undoubtedly tho latter good health has been attained is gratewill fully blessed. Hence it is that so much JOS. S 0DI0RNE, considered in good tasto made of a piece end. Philadelphia Record. supposition is correct. Qen'l Pais. Ag't, LoutsvllU, Ky. Tho long slim is heard in praise of Electric Bittern. So of the dress, and one bonnet in a neutral foot is tho stylish shape. Tho cramped B, L. BRYANT, tint is made to do duty by the economup knotty knuckles have gone out Shoo mtiny feel they owe their restoration to Trav. Paiifc'r Ag't, Louhvlllo, Ky, Tlio Now York Lmllua' Club'. ical with half a dozen gowns. health, to the use of tho Great Alterativo dealers preached years upon tho advisaA woman's club was i levitablo' sooner bility of woman wearing tho long shoo and Tonic. If you tiro troubled with Velvet ribbon is beginning to be worn or later. It was in tho air, with 'straws for comfort and health, but sho refused. any disenso of tho Kidneys, Liver and about tho neck again, and the advelit of of tendency blowing from this way and 2Iow they have hit upon the happy exStomach, of long or short standing, you that way Yet no ono could tell from collarets of velvet will 1k hailed with pedient, of assuring the dear creature will surely find relief by use of Electric delight by thin women. The collaret is what direction it would finally c6mo. There was no potency in tho fact that that tho longer tho shoo was tho narrowBitters. Sold at 50c. and 1 per bottle nf made of piece velvet shaied to fit the Presto chango, neck, and is fringed with jwarls and women wanted a club, or that . there er it could bo worn. eIioo is so longitfnirly turns G. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., and J. wero clubs in other towns. It required this popular beaded with a single row of diamonds. ' A. Witt's, llardinsburg, Ky, ti for caialncne. the formality of a reason; and when this up at tho too. TERRY M'F'G CO., Nabhvillz, Tcnn. Tho girl who woro a threo nnd n half was thrown among the hopes, desires, Tho marked revival of tho leg o' mutnow wears a four nnd a half A shoe, and ton sleeve is apparent on all gowns, even and longings floating about jelly like finds that her feet look smaller and feel and inoperative, crystallization at once of tailor cut, but althoiuih itcoiiriiiniillv moro comfortable than thoy over did grows larger and higher, it has not yet began. o Physicians claim that tho The reason sounds paradoxical unougli. approached anything like the original features now aro their want of Tho Now York woman needs a club most grandmother sleeve. It it ai pleasant to tho taite ai lemon when she is out of town. New York space across tho ball and tho narrowness yrnp. of tho solo in tho hollow of tho foot, givlife is led half tho year, with steady enThe imalleit Infant will take lt and The Pulpit and the Staje. ing vromtfn a deslro to walk on tho heels, sever know lt it medicine. croachments on the 'other half, out of Children cry for it. Never faili to to tho detriment of graco and tho disRev. F. M. Shrotit, Pastor Tint il town. When n Now York woman is out placement of thedr vortobno. As soon cure, yiv ADTVSJflligasHWi, VT-sir-of town sho needs to come to town; she Chilli once broken will not return, Itretlieri-i- i Church, Blue Mound, Kim., ns somo one makes it apparent that tho you only half tho price of other roit requires a place to rest over night; she Chill Tonki. says: "I feel it my duty to tell what must havo somo placo to former result is tho only undesirablo leave her chilKo quinine needed. No pnrgative wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has dren when sho is shopping: sho desires n ono, nndthut it is littlo consequenco if , needed. ' TU . done fur me. My Lungs wore badly disContains no potion. Cheaper than place to meet her friends; bIio needs tho vertebral do bang against each other like colliding trains nt ovory Btop, the quinine. eased, and my parishioners thought I headquarters briefly, sho needs n club, Itpuriflei the blood and removei all shoo will bo remedied still further nnd could live only a few weeks. 1 took five and now sho has itigta4 malarial poison from the lyitem, mndo nccording to approved models. It lt at Urge at any dollar tonio and Tlio membership haancrcaseU beyond bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery and Women havo ono vulnorablo point at RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. am sound and well, gaining L'(l llw. in exnectution. The rollnow lumbers which attack never fails of desired reover threo liundf?d,fand for U' Ibng timo weight." sultNow York Sun, -WssBms' 1 1 Arthur Iive, Manager of Ixiw'h Fjinnv 1 threo to fivj h'day. Thorewag a Mrs. Slimr In l'urls. Combination, writes: " "After a inrush, nnd, as i has' proved, by Dm. II, 1HS3. Mrs. Shaw, who is known abroad as la Co., farii, TfBB.l rmt M.skiii Couiumu, M., thorough trial and convincing evidence, far tho larger number nro married woftt al m Urc Jio r Tour GrTrl TMtt bello sifileuso, is staying with friends in !M Chill Txnll I wu ttanl wllh lb. lot faun yua men, fpr whom tho club bids fair to Puris near tlio Aro do Triompho, nnd I am confident that Dr. King's New Ui tiimnwi. Tk nrapU tr dilUhuJ vlik ll. I provo as much of it household adjunct as for Coiisinnpt'oii beats 'cm all, from all accounts is qui to as much of a pl ld (virlbj u4 niacUlal, hll kU ckrvaU blUI for moolbi pit, bn r Ihvtu frr abd jft, fbln llhli thr and cure when everything else fails. a social pleasure. Naturally, as a fash- success socially and professionally on eki Ittr Ixflimlot vllb Tub), thrj w.rt hi!, isd b.trlr, llh red la.4 naf ionable novelty, tho Ladles' club would oturll JluutUUbcbbroi. Tho greatest kindness I can do my many bo a success, but would Ixj undiscrimi-natin- g tho other s!do 'us Mrs. Kendal was on . . W, W. BT1KSOX, it this sido of tho water. Sinco hor Such thoiiKtnd friends is to urge them to to leavo tho impression that its i 3Eii3CiS3:-A.arTSI'OK SALli 7JV abroad Mrs. Shaw has availed try It. Free trial bottles at (!. AV. Short'tt, success has depended on the fact that it herself of study. TJnablo to secure tho in0-W"E2Is n fushionablo novelty. It is in its way C'loverport, Ky., and J. A. WIH'h, struction of a whistler, sho contented herKy. Regular size '(V. and $1.00, to provo a stop gap in bo many helpful self with a musician and ,wjth a canary, KY. . OLOVEItPdRT, ways that women eagerly appreciate My lore is not like any star; ' An-tlovni It 'most becomes a part. Co 1 1 ego for Women. . a bullfinch, a mocking bird nnu a violin nnd flute as tutors, worked unromlt tingly to perfect her fascinating talent Since her first appearance in Parisian society Mrs. Shaw has improved very much. Not only is her confidence greater, but her notes aro strong and her trilling is tis free nnd perfect as tho gur glo of n bobolink and as fluteliko as the tones of a piccolo. Whistling has not hitherto been classed among tlio socioty arts. Paris Letter. SJUWMM&MMJfcjbUJKJUMKMJUnfMXMMXIfMA 'W&fis f . 1 CAST9RIA 189D. FRANK Sb COOK, : ' LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES,, .DOORS, Sas 'SL one-sixt- ro-cei- SASH SVV IBI I Estimates promptly made. " Y,. '. MAIF BET., 15th .& 16th. I li- - : -2 LOUISVILLE, KY. L. Wa-ferfor- ADDISON'S I I- - y step-childre- n, i Mr J PARRY CO., T if Mill-shal- No. 7i. Sslfil x f 11 lMkiMfMMr P V 1J I rlvi V St. Louis. Evansville Field Seeds, Fabmihg. Implements, WALTER West and WOOD' Binders and Mowers, Hay Eakes. The Love Sewing Machine. County. Handsomest Stock of Furniture in the McCLOTHLAN BROS., ESSSsMSHfflL ttf-A- Irvington, Ky. FINE SHOWCASES. ft. bo-for- e. objec-tionnbl- GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC mmk MTjMp y"?7 S- n EVJvjiSYILTiEjND." ' . fash-lonab- lo mmtm HlMii WARRANTED HMmnw ru H. W. HERNDON & CO., ry Produee & fen'nl . Commit resi-don- g, JESSE ,?Cr T7 No. lid: Third St., LouisviLiiE, Ky ev 'tr "ft.w." Mr x fl CmmJ