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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890052801_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. tr f ' ' " THE 1HE0KENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1890. NO. 44. n , i -:- VOL. 3JV. CHICKEN ASTTEE' j nnunxii CLARE'S m mm L'Es-tratig- H? Cholera Cure f O VISION of tho m Thousands or dollars worth or chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases' combined. But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made, and to.be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded, 50-cen- ts two-third- MM tcrriblo cnlarnity them bo swiftly o v o r s h udoivcd llio Joyous minds e of 0 u y ond May Fielding ntf they flonted a pproaching that sun- ny afternoon In bo- Juno on tho som of tho Jake. Thut iakoAvho6V depths, hidden by Bun.tLntod .wavolctbvfprmod l ono of i)io prin-.cipa- slumberous s of L'Estrange Park. And it had many attraction!-.- , both to thoso who knew, it well and to thoso who as visitors caino to it for the first time. It was ono of tho show places of the county, witii its grand avendes of noble oaks, its denso copses, its ktiojlsand dellr and lovers' walks, its wido expanses of J--i lawnJIkoverdureT J Tlio Jjousoltself vas worth n jdurnoy "" " ' v to sod J,, It stood on tho summit of a long, sloping hill, "overlooking in. front an undulating expanse of greensward, with trees dotted here mid there, hnd exrjiislto parterres of flowers gemming its beauty attractions ( f For sale by,Q. W. Short. Cloverport, ky. mgfc ,BABY8tE!.RIFREJ f3MS!?3aa CM Intti jow 111, in tvirr MlMctiooiwidwli. NEVER FAILS -- . ,- 4BWpvit nwjw ItS. UDIbrinDT.l.in.w v'lnnM r from U O. dlr u. inicifa. lory, XXI W. utauoa R nd le. .tamp for n.if call 10 MTd. ' wsSk loft... .. rem can an? onrap-- j. wiu. :loci at bom. and M7 dottbl. rri t not ni W. will nik. ud worn ear tantetttoa im papar. irantona. can. rt T. J"'"n '"";". FLEflSflliT TO TAKE. it If 'ilia ouly Certain nnd EQ'cctnal Curo for Chills and Hover, Intermittent, Itenilttent,' UMous find Malarial Fever, Dumb Ague, Swamp Fever and all Diseases originating from a Terpld Liver or Malaria. Perfectly harmless, contains no tho most or Quinine and can be given to Arsenic delicate person with porfect safety. As a Tonic for Tired Feellnp, Ijoss of Appetite. Headache, Nervous I)epreaslo rnd ow Spirits orlKlnatinefrom Malaria, It stands .10110 and without a Parallel. Br I Behind it, .and on both sides, were dusky woodstor.wiiat. seemed, to bo. so. though.whcnentercd it was.possiblo to, wandor at case, through interminable paths, cool even in tho hottest day of summer. Tho L'Estranges were one of the proudest families in tho county. They could claim an unsullied descent from ancestors who in the good old times had done good bervico to their country, and never did it seem les3 likely than on this pleasant Juno day that n shadow would fall uponj. tho honor of nlio'bld, house. r . They wcro lovers, these two who were, now out on tho almost wuveless water, and were to bo married in a week. - Ho was handsome, rich, tho owner of L'Estrange Park and esta'tcs. Sho was an heiress, young, beautiful, the ward of Mrs. Raymond, of tho Lodge, tho grounds of which sIokh1 down to tho lako hero formed the boundary of thf bide,-whic- 1: -- V Pi' r m May was a girl of whom any lover might boproud. She was only just past that most beautiful of ages, "swetrt seventeen:" bright 131.00 Sold by DrnM generally. with n girlhood, thut was womanly now in its rounded contours and maturity. J. C. MENDENHALL & CO., sou rnorunoiu, Her large, laughing eyes wcro of n firAXSmZB, Jel V. 8. A. deep pansy hue, nnd cflpablo of expressSOLD AND WAHKANTBU lY ing deep emotion: her lips were curved and riened, her complexion bright, her a-- hair golden and clustering like nn nurcolt. round her well shaped head. WftMB&El5nM& Her form was beautifully shaped; the shoulders and bust perfect; a tender grace seemed to pervade her whole person. Sho was, a3 wo havo said, the ward of Mrs. Raymond, of the Lodgo; an orphan, sho had no one to defend her from the storm, savo this weak woman and Guy L'Estrange. tWI(IS.. TVW mr uisk n.w Her father had left her n lurgo fortune Mttntiuiia " fluid Watch MMHnut.a iwm. worm In lb. world. TBi.1 3J entirely unfettered, sivw.vu. I'.rfNl watch Even at her present ago sho could o tlmekMpr W.rranUdlM.T, IOLID oold rmnunff talc. of it as she pleased. Both ladlca andgeuta altea, But it was not of riches they were with vorkl and e.iti of HpBBmR mWJmWwJ qiulnlu.. UKI rillOKIn thinking now. mull locautr can trcur. on. Urg with They XBmZZmiKrn dfree, loMtoaraamplat,our wall lovo'a were basking in tho delight3 of valuil. Iln.of Klouxeheld aa TXRbTiiC- MantDlc. Tntao All iho wwk young dream, uover guessing that oiOANTI watch, an rot. 7. ib. any cloud couM cross. tho path which .d do la la ihow whal w. lend too 10 Ihow who frltsda and nrlhbora and Ihot. .houl you thai llwajra naolla lnaliuMlrad.furui,whlUhold.forj'earwlioicaaurt.d, seemed so bright. and thai wo aro rtpaU. W ray all eipreta, fnlghl, le. AHar They liad been hours upon, tho water. o can jdq know all, If roa would l,k. to f o 10 work for ui,Addma, an from tO 10 ttO per wkd upwards Timo had passed with lightning speed as C'a., lio x H 1 8, l'ortlnod, Maine. Htln wii as' tho boat drifted bn; sho lying in his IF YOU ARE GOING TO T USE arms, gazing up into. Ids lovo lit eyes as ho pressed kisses on her soft lips, or BLUE GRASS whispered to her of sweet delights in ,tho futurot when neither day nor night could bring to them tho sorrow of partHouse ing. How could they think of evil ? Ho suddenly, however, rouses himself, Manufactured by after ono long.' lingering kiss, and took tho oars. t , May laughed gayly. "Why, what Is tho matter, duy?" she LOUISVILLE, KY. cried. "What sudden resolution has made you discard mo in this manner?" "My dearest," lid said, "I must answer you in tho words of tho poet: 'With thee For Sale by conversing I forgot all time. " "But you nro not a business man,'1 pouted May, prettily. "My lovo, I nui today. I must go over to Barchcster today,'' he said, as ljo began to row towards shore. Sealer in Drugs, Chemicals, Faints, "How lovel the day is, tool" sho cried. Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass. "It is si nt ply delicious out hero upon tho CLOVERPORT, KY. water. Must you go over today?'" "Yes, littlo ono, "cried Guy L'Estrange gayly. "It is a matter ofbusincss which must bo settled. I 'don't want anything of that kind to bother mo when my bird has flown to her nest. I sha'n't bo long away, and if Mrs, Raymond will only put up with me, I Intend spending at least n couplo of hours at tho lodzu to-vniglrt." . SURE CURE FOR Ho helped her ashoro as lie spoko, and fastened tho boat to tho mooring post. "You know you ore always welcome," said May tenderly; "but oil, Guy, what For 30 Years a Success. a strange mark that is on your right Itoud llilu TcntliToiiy flieu arml I never noticed it before." TIIV IT for Yoiimoir. She had taken ,ho1d of his'white musPiopritlan hnve iiiiiny Ullen lilt thtttt cular arm, and was gazing intently on a QUININE. BETTER THAN strango tattoo mark, skillfully wrouglit Done Co., Mr. M.M. Kestcrion. the mark of an anchor and a dagger, Ark,, ydt "lean certify to tho fact a kind of, Spanish stiletto. that Hughes' Tonlo It the belt chill A dark ploud seemed to pass over his tnnl) I ever tried, I conilder It better than qilulno." faco as she spoko, but it vanished as . CURES CHRONIC CASES, quickly ap it came. Mr.lt. Vf. JIoUunnM, Lxurel Hill "Some Khim of my parents," ho said. ,MI. , wrltM "Your Hughe' Tonlo for "I onl; wish I could get rid of it. But I chilli and fever ha neref failed yet, cannot without disfiguring myself, so I nnd Iluve told It to a number of cliro-nl- a am forced to let it remain." ettie. It ouro them every tluo " "Oh, t does not matter," said May; "it Aslc for Hughes ToMc and takeKoOtUer Is no disfigurement in itself, is it, Guy?" PRICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE. And as, they moved along towards her Small SiSe, 50 Cents. home she clung to ids arm in childlike confidence and love. J'sn-ARRKY ROBINSON'-PETTE- T CO., L How could sho Imagine the thoughts IjimiHVlllf, ICy. which had entered his mind m she spoke FotSaleby Dnwgltti. nw of those slinplo marks? mm They talked and laughed, and other; Wit r wise acted as lovers will do as they ap.1 Nallce the labei on yeiir paper and ee II yenr lliue rxiroH ihlu tHenth. proached the liouse,Jgnorant of the dark pioperty. i'llICE, PorBottlo. "t&t- sxazoaEeT1 "flBiM0! niij araii FREE. dis-pos- fi-e- call-f- our mjlwd Paint.'. VaL'rBlatz' Sons, $1.25 PER GALLON WtartAg. HICGHES' - 1 . rrrr tho lake side, entered the boat, pulled himself with a few powerful strokes s across to the opKsltu t.horc, and, hastening home, attired himself for his journey and set out towmds the station at Lowcroft. Ho was diiveii there in the dog cm t, and thegrcom, having leceived instructions as to what timo to fetch him on his return from Barchcster, drovo off, the skittish mm e noon taking the light vehicle out of sight. It was very quiet In the station when '" r Wmr Guy L'Estrange entered it; no sign of bustle or pioparatioii of anj kind. A porter, after a few moments, came forward, touching his hat. "Going up to London, sir?" "No, Mason: 1 want to go to Batches-ter,- " said Guy. "Train gone this ten minutes, sir," said tho man; "not another until S o'clock, unless you go on to Sand ford and change on to the other line." "Train gone!" repented Guy in some irritation, as he took out his watch. "Confound tho thing, it is twenty minutes slow" No, I sha'n't go on, thank you. 1 suit fnruicr rlcc $18.00 now $15.00 for, my appointment if 1 shall ho too-lat" " 15.0J " 12 50 do. Good afternoon, Mabon; Ishall stroll ' " 12.00 " 1U.O0 ' home, and try my iuck again to morrow " " 10.00 " 8.25 morning." " " 8 00 " 0.00 As Guy L'Estrmigc began retrnefng " " 7.00 " 5.00 his steps along tho load, tho faco of na" " 5.00 " 3.75 ture seemed to haxo changed at any' j .van. NMa V ! 'Si'iJ .' rate, for him. Six st) les Men's Wash Satinets Tho nearest way homo was by Lock-le- y .She had taken hold his ivhilo mujctitur Suits worth !f6.oo will sell for the woods, nnd these ho entered through next 6o arm. days at $3 50, a gap in tho hedge. , Claro Raymond, tho daughter of Mrs. A full line Men's a ml Youths' It was,, to a certain extent, private Raymond, Mayj Fielding's guardian, was odd Pants. fohryears May s senior, and during all property, nnd tramps and gypsies would Also a full line in all sizes of the havo licen ordered oir it. those long, long mouths which had But Guy L'Estrange, owner of the celebrated Dull Dog Jeans Pants. formed tho period of tho courtship of privileged, and ho swung her' friend and shohad suf- - park, was and oak avenues as if ho along atYouths', Hoys' ami Chililren'sSuits had a onciifth oil' of original price. tho beech si, tferod torturo Unspeakable y. Cliihlrens' Knee Pants 2.jc, 33c, T alio had set lief .heart upon Guy when right there. . . His mind, in fiiet, was strangely .Sc, 57c. first they had met, years before. on ono thing adesiio to reach Men's anil Doys'IIats very cheap Even in thoso days, however, when May was only 14 and Guy 21, sho was thO lodgo as quickly Us possible, to see May (from w horn lie had Ixjen separated Men' Shoe worth $4.00 $3.35 his favoiito and companion. " " 3 00 2.25 And aa time passed, tlio.bud blossomed only a couple of hours) and to bo btiro " " 2.00 1.65 out and ripened imperceptibly though she was safo and well. Guy ridiculed nil kinds of presenti" 50 1.20 ." surely, and witliout any display of mock modesty or self consciousness, May Field- ments, mid everything of a like nature, 'These goods can lie had in any ing drifted from iter position of tho child nnd yet ho was ill nt easo and nervous; to that of so much bo that when, presently, a female style. form suddenly appeared from nmid a One lot Men's Diogans woith clump of trees, ho btarted violently. had seen all this, and used .fi.25 at 75c. It might hato been hecauso ho waa means to avert such a calamity. , plintgtkl in a revei ie; but, at any rate, LnUlea' lluttun .Shoes (DungoU) worth $3.50 Failing all else, sho had opened her the,-fact remained, and with a half how-hheart to her wondering, motherland en" " " 2 50 turned inpidly aside to avoid the to send. May away to school treated her 2.00 ., stranger. .. beforo it was too late. 2U Sho advanced quickly, however; and 1.05 But this was not to be. ' time to realize what was ' 1.50 ""My dear," said her mother tenderly, beforo h6 had had placed her hand upon 1.20 happening sho "this cannot ho done. I pity you, nnd his. 1.25- aim and thrown back her veil, refeci for you, but I cannot help you. I 08 vealing a face of exquisite beauty. ani.forbiilden to Bend her to school. All Sho looked up into his face with a A full line of Misses', Children her education must bo received in my glance in which eager love and fear wero and llaby shoes all at reduced house. I nm precluded by tho will from prices. allowing her to leave my house until a strangely mingled. "Oil, Roy!" she cried, "how glad I All Illeaclied and Diown Domeshusband claims her." I havo met .ou! How cruel to have tic Cottons at manufacturers prices And so timo 'passed; and Guy and nm mo left witliout a woidl" May, happy in eaol other's love, knew For a moment Guy L'Estrungo was too nothing of tho storm in the brcasttof her petrified with astonishment to speak, but ,, rival. at length he contiived to say: Claro turned from tho contemplation "Madam, I aln fcoiry if my words give :ll) In. Henrietta! nil nan arin.U. uf.ril, ir. r .. of tho scene, with trembling lips and you pain, but you have made a great 10 In. Sitk" oil Wool new shaded worth Oil her hand pressed tightly over her swell- mibtake, one which to mo is unaccount50c. ing bosom. Muhalra ntidlutcBt itylo worth 50 I0o able. My name is Guy L'Estrange. I (II. "Oh, how I hato herl" sho cried. "But Cashmeres nt Popular pilccj, am tho owner of the park yonder, tho for her his lovo would havo been mine! " ii wall of which you can now see. If you P. And to think I havo tjlcd and tried in nro in trouble, I nm sure I nnd my aunt K.F. " nin, with nil my beauty, which has Dlock Goods, vi. : Ilemiettas will be happy to give you any advice or been praised so much by others,, only to was going to say assistance, but ono Wool and Silk Woofs, Drap De bo set asido for that golden haired dol)l" (ho glauco had' assured him sho was richly Alma, Helvetia, Solid Ka)s, e She passed into an adjoining room, sort of thing. you or and Nuns Veiling at reduced that she might not witness tho entrance dressed 1 egretthat say, made someBut erto sad have, 1 prices, all Silk. of tho lovers that sho might calm herror as regards me." self, in fact, beforo sho met them at all. She guzed at him with a look of min lllk. Lugo fur Dreics worth $2.00 $1.25 ,But her mind was too busy to be gled scorn nnd wonder, though thcro " 1.40 .;' ' 95 was something of wistful disappoint- lllk. Ncl for Dre.jea worth .... 2.50 1 50 The samo thoughts would crowd .upon ment reproach in her glorinnd her brain. It was too lato nqw, All,hor ous' oyca. tender A liirr ;i.cnrtmi,ir rF Pml, M. .:.. scheming had been for nothing'; 'in a "No, 1 havo made no mistake," she Jackonet and Swiss, also Hemstitch week they would ho married. said. "You aro my husband,' Roy Tal- We arc headquarters for these "Oh, why am I such a coward?" sho bot, and why you nro masquerading here goods and will sell you them cheap-c- r murmured to herself. "Why cannot I under another name- I am at a'loss to deviso and carry out- - somo.soheiuo to than any one else. Howo vcr," if this is tho way part them even now? Tho thought of understand. intend to act, it will give Which you their happiness maddens me. I could in my cue. Your abrupt and cruel letalmost bring myself to wish that some- mo to mo I intended thing awful would happen to yes,' to ter forgiven, but" to havo passed over and either of them," sho added, with a spiteWe call the attention of the trade ful Btamp of her foot, "rather than she to the tact that we now have the shouUTlivo to bo his wife!" richest line of Dress Ginghams in Even in thodepthsof iter wicked Iieatt I he market, Renfrew, Stodnrds and sho could never havo imagined how fancy. Normandies in stripes and swiftly her evil prayer would be anplaids. Chambrays plain and ' swered. striped. Scotch Zephyrs and Gay voices in tho next room roused French Ginghams all at the lowest her, nnd slio schooled herself to bo 'calm prices. and smiling to meet tho lovers, and Mrs. fr9BBLfmmmm SBPlWlltMiiBk Raymond, who, nil unconscious of tho vengeful feelings in her daughter's heart, was joking with tho young pc6ple, aiid twitting1 May about her unxiety at Guy's Plain wortl 20 15 i - ' 'absenco for a few hours. " 15 012J4 "You'll get used to longer absences : 12K10 than that, May," sho cried, ".when you 10 8Ji arc an old, staid matron of a year's standStripe ami Check worth, 10, UXnxii 15 Bii ing." "Oh, no;'' laughed Guy, "sho will never havo that to complain of. I'm going to hang on to tho proverbial apron string. It saves a lot of bother, and you In Duiliiigton Fast Dlack, very know cf old, Mrs. Raymond, that I'm cheat). 500 pair Misses and Chil. rS 'WJVaif srss- m rather lazy." Y--" c "? dren s Hose, assorted sizes, solid "In that case," said May, "I'll drive "Oh, Royl' she cried. nnd striped, full regular made worth you oyer to tho station in the. pony carMadam," said Guy L'Estrange, who 20, 25 10 c . riage." saw now that eomorcal danger might Claro Raymond entered .at tho womlutk for him in the shadow of this A Full Lino of Notions. , "You naughty, forgetful thing," sho an's error, "I cannot permit you to waste your words or my timo any further, I Two dorn Safety Pint laid in her sweetest tones, "you promSo have told you my nnmonnd address, and Four Han Toilet Soap d ised to drivo mo and mamma to 5 elnco you compel mo to sjieak 'rather One ' today, and" 5 dotun Cedar Lead Pencils add that, as you arc "And so sho shall," said Guy with a brusquely, J I mustnot your husband, and Fifty Sln'e Pencil & well aware, am smile; "I'll exert my marital authority I nevqr saw you before. 'Iliank your And a great many Novelties, in advance, and say. sho shall. And, I nm inmoreover, I'm not going to Barchcster helplessness and the fact that Notions and Shelf Hardware and clined to fancy you havo innocently mado in my boating flannels. I must pull I do not nt once hand you Timvare to be found on our myself iicrosa tli'u lake, nudigo homo to a mistake that over to the polico as soon as I can. As dress." it is, thcro is my card; thcro also is tho . Ho bent and lightly touched tho girl's I havo no moro to forehead. Ho was not as a.rulo inclined card of my solicitor. say.' to ,bo demonstrative in the prcsenco of no raised his hat w llh a polite gesture, others, but something in hgr face a on her knees wistfuhtcfu, a yearning look in tlio eyes but sho iluiig herself hand's wildly. beforo him and clasped her his deternindo him suddenly change "Oh, Roy, Roy!" she cried, "liavo pity. mination and ho caught her to his Think of tho vows j on took at tho altar, breast and kissed her passionately. vo havo ppent toTn en, as if ashamed of such an action of the happy days gether, and, moro than all, our dear before Mrs. Raymond aiKl her daughter, child. Do not mnko mo desperate, Roy; he muttered soma inarticulate adieu to do not." ' them nnd was off. Guy L'Estrango was beginning to bo His slight confusion , prevented him angry, and, moro than that, a strango , from seeing the'v spasm, of anger and feelhiK.Qf (oar was creeping over him, I IM.MItfM Vf VVtl hatred whch distorted the face of Claro' an undefined dread of be knew not what. Raymond as ho held.Huy Fielding close "CUT RATE STORE." (TO UK CONTINUED.) to Ills heart. allithreatcncd ovil, Ids Unconscious of I flubhcrlbe for tho IJiir.CKKNimxii: Nkwh, heart still bounding with the love glad-piimt riiriDoil hia form when the soft. upon them, dark vengeful eyes .yen w.Jjosc owner glared at them from tllo hehltid.thc Kifejconcealment'n tho room opciilng on tit tho garden Jerraco. They took in with angry distiiiitiicis tho whole details of the scene: the tall, tylwart, formed, Guy L'Eutmngu. looking so 'well in 'his boating' llhtpiuts: the sweet face arid ' 6velto foi in of' May Fielding, ids llqncee; the tender, .caressing nttitudo of tho man, lha shy, tmstful glancos of tho girl. ' .'?.. ...A. " -- llxeG ' tender arms of his ilnncco wore clasped round him, Guy L'Etiani;o hastened to Qeo.Yeakel Go ATTENTION - FARMERS ! ! W licnicinhiT thut you can got your wants supplied at CUT L D. ADDISON'S, 'k - RATE STORE Brandenburg, Ky. Where every article nvcdid by yuii can he had at prices silr asset! Iiy no other iiieieliaut in the countrv. Wool! Wool! Wool! Bring it to us anil get highest market piicis, for we an lieailriuni crs, for the highest market prices) on all kinds ,f Country J'rodiic c. We take everything merchantable our patrons have to bull. We buy for cash, sell for cath or its equivalent PRODUCE and of course can sell cheaper than if we did a credit hiiKiues". Our Motto : r Note Our Prices e Quick Sales and Small Profits. . )K!V:l-- f We try to keep up with the times, select our goods with care. For the Spring trade wo are offering the host selected stock we ever handled, and remember ire hnve the Gomln and will make it to your interest to buy of us. wc u,,y wo' H001 ani " kinds of AJyJLL li Produce, and remember the place, on Stephensport and Cloverport road, two miles below Stcphcnsport at Addison's Landing. "Privcpr qsv her-.luv- COMING!! Ever! Greater and Grander then F EUGENE ROBINSON'S 1 1 des-pera- 1 e EBPflUT, c e s. oatingP alaJLeuy lEnxid.a,37- 3 30, AFTERNOON and NIGHT. Dress Goods. Den-galin- 15 GRAND COLOSSAL AGGREGATIONS IN ONE. - - - 15 ! tran-quilize- d. Nothing Old and Worn out, but Everything Good, New and Startling THE WONDERS OF THE WORLD BROUGHT TO YOUR VERY DOORS. ,. A Two headed Uiiby, A South American Sloth, tho two lurgext Allgators ever raptdrcd, A living .Mermnld, A three headed song'tres. A living half Lady, An in!sihle I.ady, A four horned Sheep, Felix Wherle, Elnatlo Skin Man ; Jennie Qulglj, tho smaleit little Lady on earth Tho two Watts, Man Fish and Water Lilly, Performing Uirds, Performing Hats and Mice, I'ei forming Soars and a thousand other features to numerous to mention. Come to the river and reo our Urand Marino Parade, hear our Steam Calinpo. a - The finest sight In tho world, and Dress Ginghams. Our Palaces are lighted with lilcctric lights, turning nlyht Inta day. river bank for inllos around. Illuminating tlio WE GIVE A GRAND FREE SHOW on the o'clock on tho day of our exhibition, that U worth coming hundred of milts t'i see. Mr. Chns. P. Illatt, the Mrontfeit man en earth, trill pcrfor one the moat rcdrleffl and daring feat of facing a monster canon, and with hU nnked hands catch a solid Iron can n feet. Xo'.hlng llko It ever seen before ball, fired with terlfio force ut u distannj of river bank nt 1 LM) Wo IuIucin to A it in It vUltorh ut - KV2 throw Open tho Doom of our . iA:H I'erforaiiuiiceii commence ut - - - - - conn: r.Aiti.Y and m:i: i:vi:iiytiiim.j. (2ruiicl -- nll a C01K6 M rfK I fill ' Zs White Goods. Hr.HTTrl ,)' I ii llll uimit . 4)ii tf tin mm ! w&mu " 1?9 teop. " i i n In tunk I Hto tin, .iu,r. itnir nrIirpo-Ut- nr iii iiinrearr iiiirtHlur out 111 ith Imalllr, m!i vndt hit GREGORY & C0t, Eleaifqua'tirB or VXHVIIBkTjB BM C. 1 t'ut ttit rkiiirt fHUmlMa thrt wiMimv cut TU foUowtof mmmmmWr9Mi i HlE i.l thi BUtntar wbrll tout plrhlnr ntuiii) Ton Tli b. tt tillsmnAilrrrtlront of thf Itlt small rpriK of It fdwttu lis Allyoulmrt lodaln Uw our F(S to tnaX urt of Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer Cement, Michigan Plaster, Salt, Li mo, dial O-- l by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, WtB k.,i iht Hosiery. MMDak.lVwa IdJr.ia.ll.lUl.t.a.Tr a srana. auoi. II SmftonttT W.wlll.la.ali.w.uli.wvjll H3 i.SlU.dar all.ail. W.p.yall.iprMatliarra ll.llwrll.aloi.c. 8H0, Toutlaku, Mams CO., Uot Pine & Poplar Shingles al- k DETROIT Kleel Tucli'le llloclt mo--mo- ftl catalogue to Storekeepers, llutcbers, Farmers, Machinists, Builders, Contractors and Others. Admitted to he tho greatest Improvements KYER made in tuiklo hlocks. Freight prepaid. Write for' Brick, Plow Handles, Pire Floorini; ways kept on hand. Orders accompanied by cash prompt ly tilled. Lin-woo- POLTON IRON tt ENGINE WKS., Estab. 1852. 10 Brush St., Detroit, Mich.- - g. -V3i .'. "J rmmmmummmmfawr FINE SHOW TERRY M'F'G CO., GSSt-S- . Oi'Ank. fur catalogue. Nashvillc, Tenn. 5 Cent Counters. , trl'iXCOTfS MAGAZINE, with it, writ J ,ni J ext tlttnl content i, it a litrary 1 1 Come and See Us mmi it Uu imUtd a happy thought to print an m ire it vtl m each number. ,ot a short novelet It, but a long itoiy tuck iii tou iremtd to gtt in tobi fort and faj fmnt ote (totlir to one dollar and a hatfor,- Not only th it, tut with tack nitmjir ym K IP an ibundmct of other contribution, wiickfitm I'ood tn ir.lii fettdfi tk nml. wait Tne ringing blows uMlk knbmm struck Jmtie itewiycf popular ufaw, Atw n. TSZ3R lkr.in.hout tie entire t.mJ, tmi colt's MtfttiM sutds m tkf root fact TSr monthly nbllcmtiom, m4 is tkt ami wide i'ltlf. ft -- - y icorld. tt Us kind, ForfiUftimtsifMm circulars, address ftW J,lomftrymr. Braildeilblirg, ICy. ntwtfhktr $. jtr rtmfl vmuktt? ' tjKiir rteoex Sn ri -- , . v- V, ?Vr jTiWVr rs 1RECKENRIDGE . W . - Yl NEWS, 28, 1RW, tlmu V$loutif there la lr. KHitonH, n better ihomlst V. . IIAHH.M1U BRANDENBURG. 1. $ "wiJDNlttlU V, MAY JNO.D.DADDAQE Yimtebiay vvthtMuiy fixed by dm for u "Jin1 Wi adjournment. A. A, Ninons' tests of our salt water linve Iwi'ii verified by oilier chemDu. Ht'i' ' V"iml haily kcici-- r arjxmv. Ar. 0 00 a.m 8.44 " 8.09 7.30 " Lv. 7.09 a.m Jahit T. Ditle, ... pAST Ciirrcf'l ALL PRECEDENT I - AieirtA, TIME TABLE No. llYil PoMMit Mall and Express going Ka.t., ,.... 9. Si a.m ' West ll.3t a.m. Kxpress " b'ait,,,,.,,,. 4.40 p.ra, m 9 M p.ro. West " Kait,..U.M a.m. Mixed West ?,M a.m. I, 81, I., A; T, l.ocul Time lnrit. ists. daily Mcmr. suhday, 11,30 a.S.Lv 11.35 8TATI0NB, Irvlngton .Uylngtnn Junction - U.lOr.M,... 1.04 1,30 r.M.Ar 1 DEMOCRATIC TICKET, For County Judge, Thoi. Adktston, For County Attorney, Jndge Milton Hoard. For County Clerk, J. K. Monarch, For Sheriff, J, S. DeJernstte, Miller. For County Sup't of Schools, Jas, John SUton. For Jailer, For County Alienor, Len Cathman. For County Surveyor, F, M. C. Jolly. For Coroner, W. R. Pendleton. Ik thoy don't stock tho cardH on Madden today ho will bo tho next Clerk of the Court of Appeals, - ..,.., Garfield llarned Ilardimburg TO oiui couhf.si'o.mi:nts. Get the news and get all the news and IVow Dana's nothing but the news Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. We find that tbo know and recognize ability as a chemist. eheinints lr. A. A. Simons' Tins Administration seems to bo having A good deal of trouble over the appointment of a postmaster for Louisville. iippro-priatin- J. Lowls secured enough. A', Witt's. Instructed votes to give him the nominaMr. Addison, of Holt, was in tho city tion for Judge of the Court of .Appeals, This does away with holding a Conven. last Friday. tion at Udmnon. Mr. Frank Haswell Is putting a veranda to his house. We extend our, congratulations to Mr. Horaco Yates, of Udtchfleld, was Kditor W. N Underwood, of tho Cannel-to- n In the city Sunday, Kmiuirer.who has recontly been elect j Mr, Felix Monroo and wife went to llts' GlavorportjKumhvy. ed mayor of that flourishing city, , election means inai unit ciiy is geuing rpolph Hoard tjot pretty badly hurt out nut of the ruts. at ilio depot last Mondayj Mr. Hitchcock, road master, of the L., Anai.ytu.vl tests of oursalt water have H. and W, has gono to Ohio. been mado by chemists. Its quality and Mr, Kdward Thompson is building n strength aro settled beyond all cavil, and . now residence iu tho east end of the it is found to surpass, and is not surass-edglass city. Come on with your wxla-asThe council elected Mr. J, O. Haswell and soap factories. attorney for the city at their last meet ing, The great Democratic victories in IndiMen's suits that you huvo lieeit paying ana in the May elections have claimed Harrison's attention when no advice or $12 and $15 for you can buy. at Witt's for JriHiK Joseph . . t hits for spring wear at Witt'n. 'Straw Iinta for men at nil prlcen at ' v His counsel of friends could claim it. The legislature passed a bill $'.0,000 for an exhibition of idea of an extension of atronage in his Kentucky's resources at the World' native state might accomplish something tnifore the fall elections if the l'cpubli-caFair. failures were entirely due to his neglect of his friends there. Hut such is not The election of Carlisle to succeed the late Senator Beck has been indorsed by the case. The Indiana farmers have the press of the country, irresiH'ctive of at last learned that thoy have enough of high taritl', and the tariti'idea is the one party. that will confront the g. o. p. in Hoosier g $10. J. A. Witt has some nice nobby suits n Tlie Democrats in Covington district are going to have a hot time in selecting a candidate to till Mr. Carlisle's place in Congress. henceforth. .t GOOD ROAD LAW. The Legislature of Ohio recently passThe great problem solver, llabbagc, ed a nwd law which seems to be a veiy who lived in Ixindon about 183i, vtas ec- good one. Its operation will Ih watched centric. He would get mad if you called with interest outside of the State as well him cabbage. as in it, for there is coining to be a pretty general recognition of the fact that thero Ik Proctor Knott gets into the field for are few questions so iniortant to the Congress the Hartford Herald will doubt- community at large as that of good wagon less let up on its old chestnut, "that roads and none so important to the agripromise", and begin to wail another cultural class. bong. The Ohio law provides that, by a vote of the people, in any township having We hae understood that a large num- 4,500 inhabitants, a rojvd district l ber of prominent Democrats in this dis- may bo established. Three Koad Comtrict have decided to make a call upon missioners are elected for such district, Hon. J. Proctor Knott to K'coine a can- who are authorized to levy a tax of not didate for Congiess. less than one nor more than two inills for ordinary road work und repair, and a Ar last the famous lireen Itiver Island further tax of not more than four inills, question has tccn settled by the Su- in any one year, to iay the cost of gradpreme Court. The lawsuit has Wen on ing, draining, macadamizing oi paving hand for many yearn and it is finally roads. Whenever thirty freeholders in settled that the island belongs to Ken-luc- a special road district jtetition for a macv. adamized or paved road, the Commissioners are required to order an election The McKinley tariU'bill was put thro within thirty days, and if a majority vote the present Congress with a whoop. It in favor of the pioKsition the Commisis a Hepublican measure, adding many sioners are to piocecd to have the road millions of dollars to Ihj wrung fiom the built. To defray the cost, Ismds are people in the way of taxes for the bene- authorized to bo issued and sold at par fit of the rich monopolists and the by the township, bearing 5 jk.t cent, inbosses, who seem to have terest ami not to exceed $7.3,000 in things their own wax in this country at amount, the principal payable in not less present. than ten nor morv than thirty years. The county is to contract all necessary bridges The two. new Bishops elected by the and culverts. The amount of bonded inGeneral Conference at St Louis are both debtedness on any road district is limited good men. Kev Dr Attieus Haygood , aim mo annual lax lor new has been president of Kmroy College, roads to four mills. The law piovides (icorgia, and hits done much for the that w hen a road is to be constructed it cause of education among the Southern mast be dividetl into sections of one mile leople. Dr. O. IV Fitgcrald, the other each anil proiK-rlNccificd and bids adnew Bishop, is the distinguished editor vertised for. The grades are limited to of the Christian Advocate. Theic are live degrees; the width of the road bed few better w riters than Dr. Fitzgerald, to thirty feet, the width of the paving to an I the Advocate under his charge has twenty feet, the depth of the stone cover been eminently successful Xo doubt ing to fifteen inches in the middle of the the selections will he satisfactory to the road, and no stone is to exceed three entire church. ounces in weight. This seems to be a d d and law, and if XhKii betoie were the poor chives of it works us well as it promises, should this country so completely at the mercy be imitated by our Legislature. The tax of the Kepublican b s.se, and seemingly the fanners now jay to bail roads is to be made the slaves ol so vast an army heavier than any other they pay, and of monicd aristocrats as infect certain they get nothing but trouble for it. The quarters. The ui the McKinley road tax they pay under preseiit laws in Tarilf Hill only eoiiUrms the belief that labor to repair roads Ls mostly wasted or the Kepiiblie.ui party has wholly allied does but temporary good. I'nder the itself to the millionaire raiders of system proposed they would have in a protection, regardless of principle and few years, with less taxes than they now the rights of the people. Indeed the pay, a system of good, free turnpikes, outlook for projerity is not very flatter- which would be kept inorderat lesstlian ing except for that class who uie allowed the present cost of working the roads. to lido along in the boat with ljuav, Louisville Commercial. Wannaiuaker, llould and Company. sjK-cIak io?-mkawell-devisewell-guardef Liei'iMorr's Maguiiic is a brilliant and eminently readable number. The complete novel is contributed by Mary K. Stickney, and is entitled "Circumstantial Evidence." It is the story of the misunderstandings, jealousies, and final reconciliation of a young couple, told in a natural and charming manner. The story is full of good situations, and here and there verges upon the trugie, but "all's well that ends well." .The diameter of the impetuous, passionate "Xita," the young wife, is y drawn, as is also that of her husband. Altogether it is a very bright and entertaining story, and though no moral obtrudes itself, it certainly points one, and a good, strong, healthy one, too. cup-itall- 7 The State Convention to nominate a candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals meets in Louisville today. It has been rumored that the vote of this county would be contested in the but when, the matter is properly understood there will uot; be ivny grounds for a squabble. In the Convention which met on the 17th there- - was a mas. jority of Adams men present, but, it wan distinctly announced and understood in,' the c invention that if a vote was taken to Instruct the delegates, it should be done subject to the action of the mass convention on the lirth. Thiri being; the case and the convention of the liHli bc-- t iug overwhelmingly for, Madden, he will bo entitled to, tho vote of the county In, the convention, today. Con-volitio- n, $100 Seward. $100. The readers of the Hkeckenkiei.e Xkws will be pleased so learn that there Ls at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure iu all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional dlseitee, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken iuterually, acting directly upon the blood aud mucoiw surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The prpprie'tors'liave sso much faith in its curative powers, that they oiler Oho Hundred Dollarsjor any case that it, fails to cure. Send for list of testimonals. Address, F. J. Chbney & Co., Toledo, O. SfijrSold by Druggists, 75c. EuwienUy Qualified, The Bkkckkxkiixik JCijws Contains a, call on ('apt. A. J. Gross to become a candidate for Delegate to tho" CJonstitu tional Convention a, position which, his strong common sense und sterling De mocraey eminently qualify him, to fill. The people of ISreckenridgo could not do better than to elect QupL (:ros.r-Louis- a . Ill n.f '' vine i wiies. Have your Job. vvojrkfdwnfytpiH ollico in the latest style and desfgiw.,. ' ? 14 and a big lot of odd pants, at Wheeler prices. Our jwople don't go to CloverjKrt any more to attend a circus; they go East, you know. The town will Ik cleaned out next SatMessrs I). S. liichardson and Dr. Jno. urday. Most evorylKxly's going up to F. Clayton, xif Cloverport, were in town see Itanium. last Saturday. Hardinsburg will turn out the largest Misses Sallie Basket und Kntlo Burk-har- t, crowd for the circus of any town on tho of Bevvieyville, aro the guests of road next Saturday. Mis. Jas. Bland. Itev. J. C. Petne will return home toMisses Hattie & Uzzie Klberts, of day. There will be services at his sjwnt Monday in town, tho guests church next Sunday. of Mrs. Ed Gentry. Judge Milton Hoard and W. K. Barnes Born to tho wife of Mr. I. W. Fair-leigBound to Attract Trade if Low Trices and Good Goods will do it. went to Louisville yesterday to attend May 25th at Louisville, a fino State convention. the , young daughter. Mr. J. It. Johnson went to Loussville Mr. Mike Lyddan was in town Mon Monday. He will take in the Democratday. He says tho wheat crop vyill bo ic convention and lUrnuin's circus. very short in his section. Messrs. M. II. Fontaine and IVW. The city hall is about completed. Six hundred chairs have been ordered to Lewis aro handling the coflee and tea nt in this county. scat it for the exhibition of June llth. vieo. ieaKio lh of. Scott arrived last Sunday to take ios.. sioro was so charge of the brass band. The boys nro crowded last Saturday that they could getting iu shape to make some good" hardly wait on their customers. The old town was alive with people music. Col. Allen has been supplying the en. last Saturday. Can't keep inoplo away Mr. A. AV. Moremen's .trainer, Mr. LONG BRANCH. unierutors w ith looks, pjqers, etc. nec- from a good and cheap place to trade. James ltamsey, l'eweo Valley, has arrivMisses Fannie Hhodes, of Paynesville, ed and they are essary for taking tho census. The work MLss Lillio Ditto spent last week at prepared to handle and Annie Helf, of Flaherty, were the horses. will begin next week. Mr. Moremen has an elegant Howard's station. Will all the members of the church, guests of Miss Katie McAuliU'lost week., stable, that will uccomiuodato about sixMr. and Mrs. McGehee spent part of Messrs. O'Bryan and Smith, of Louiswho go up next Saturday just to see the teen head and a very- fine track to drive last week in the city, animals, get back in time Sunday morn- ville, were down last week looking after on. They have about eight head alLittlo Charlton Ditto and Miss Mnylield the Consolidated Gas Coiniwmy's build- ready on hand. Mr. J. S. Moremen's fine ing for class meeting. We'll see. are both on sick list this week. ings. d Wilkes filly, Miss Uzzie, got badly The L., H. and W. is handling a large Captain Phillips- wife and daughter are Miss Lua Johnson, of New Albany, up last week on a cutter lar of an amount of freight from here and points exiting to visit here this week. This enterprise below. It is expected that a daily train Ind., after several days visit to her cousin old mowing machine. Miss Ida Mayfleld will board the reMiss Mary Fairldgh, returned home is attracting some attention and it is will bo put on the road this week. mainder of her school term with Mr A. Tuesday. something that the county has needed Mr. Henry liar nod says he is a Ditto. Elvis Wiui took a lot of men out to for some years. for the Constitutional ConvenMiss Mary JlcParland spent part of last tion, but he will not submit his claims Cumberland Gap last Saturday to work week with relatives and friends in Bran- on the railroad for T. E. Ditto xx Co., before the Democratic convention. Contagious Blood Diseases. denbursr. There was a called meeting of the city contractors. Vletr, ior, plmpt. Itch, salt rheum, etc, are evidence of contagious blood dlseiu. It Miss Maggie Benham gave us a new Messrs H. B. Livers, P. K. Malin, l S. council last night to settle the contested U manifealljr a duty to eradicate" blood poison election case between Charley Beard Woolfolk, Geo. H. Caspcrke and Jno. F. from the tjitem bj a use ot B. B. It. (Iiotanio Bubfccriber for the News, such gifts are to Blood Bulta), thus enabling anil Uosco Kskridge iu the second ward. ztukcs werom i.ouisviuo last weeic en- heal, and thereby reinovlLg tho sore placet of appreciate!. all possibility Mr. Hays who has charge of the i gas The new city hall will seat some six or joying the races. other members of the UuiIIt becoming likeDr. J. B. Moody is announced to preach wise afflicted. Send to Blood Balm Co., At- pumping station at West Point, visited seven hundred people. It will be far (la., for book that will convince. superior to the court room for holding at the Baptist church on the 2d Sunday lanta,U. Outlaw, MUOllve N. C, wrltei : "I here Sunday. J.. Miss Inez .Dooley speut Sunday in county conventions and all kind of pub- in June. Dr. Moody is one of the strong had running sores ou my shoulders and arms. One bottle of B. B, U. cured we entirely. Sandy Hill neighborhood with her couslic meetings. est iiaptist ministers in the State. L.Johnson, Belmqnt Sutlon. Miss., writes; Dr. Barnum and another gentlemen, of "B. B. B. has worked on me like a charm. in, Miss Cora Ashcraft. Kev. lircgory, pastor of the church at body Were with sores, Mr. C W. Parson, new Superintendent White Mills, Hardin county, is in the Louisvllle.was down last week the guests $Iy head andcame out, butcovered B. healed me B. B. and my hair of Kentucky IJock Gas Comiumy, spent city, stopping at Mr. Robert Smith's. of Mr. Alonzo Moremen making further quickly. He is holding a series of meetings at the enquires about the soda, ash factory. J. Kinnln, Uutcbens, Texas, writes: one day with us last week. "B. B. B. has cured my wife of a large ulcer llaptist Church. Mr. Iluilson,road master of L. St luMrs. Hattie Griujiell opened the doors I on her leg that doctors aud utl other medicines ce T. railroad, was here last "Saturday Kev. W. K. liner, of Louisville, will of her house last Tuesday evening to the M. J. Kostinan, a prominent merchant of looking after young folks aud they had a delightful Greensboro, Qa.. writes! the interest of the comdeliver a lecture at Webster on June 3d. I know of several . Subject, "Man aud Mammon." For the social dance. It was given as a surprise cases of blo'id disease speedily cured by B. B. pany. B. Two bcttlea cured a lady of ugly scrofuto her son Willie. Mr. A. J. Bickerstafr has printed his benefit of the new Methodist church at lous skin sores." There does not seem to be any comW. C Birchmore A Co.. Mazey, IU., write : family with a new buggy and-hrse- . that place. Admission 25 cts., children Ward, plaint from the farmers iu this section "B. B. B. In curing Air. Kobt. QKst of blood Such presents add much to the pleasure 10 cts. poison, effected one of the wonderful of a family about cut worms. One would have cures that ever came to our kuowledge." Capt. A. J. Uross stated to a number naturally supposed after- - such a mild Mr. W. C McGehee presented his of friends here last Saturday that he winter that they would have been very BURAS. daughter. Miss Nellie, with an' elegant could not become a candidate for the bad. Kurtzmann piano last week" , from Smith Constitutional Convention. A strong call Corn is badly missingv & Nixon The people of our towu ought not to has been made uikmi him from parties The prospect for a fruit erop L the II. A llerndou & Co.. got several here and at Cloverport, but ho says he have allowed th machinery taken out of J. S. Moremen's mill. Some parties did slimmest that it has been for years.. boxes of freight from here fast 'week. am not fiud time to make a canvass for try to raise money to buy it, but some Henry is a good seller and'a'gbocl man Kipe strawberries and green gooseberthe nomination. of the less enterprising people would not ries are making the small boy happy. to ship to The first money for the sufferers in take stock. Several farmers arc late with their Our people are rapidly preparing tothe tornado district was received by W. Mrs. Casperke returned from Louis- bacco ground; some have already planted crops on account of high water Corn K. Barnes yesterday iu a check for ville Monday night, where she had been a part of their crop. that is up is looking well, but farmers are 1,125. The check, however, was drawn to replenish, her stock of millinery. This Mrs ditty" Pile, nee llaskiuson, and all generally late which causes them to to 1). K. Barnes, aud will have to hi reis Mrs. Casperke's fourth trip for spring her sister, Miss Laura, spent last Wed- be- quite energetic to. keep things movturned to Frankfort for correction. As goods. The female portion of a country nesday with Mrs ing Some soon as this can be done, Mr. Barnes CCPile and daughter planted is nowQf the corn thai hastwen must wear bonnets. under water will be ready to distribute the money. Cloverport may boast of her machine Mr. E. II. Shelman one evening last shops, the bobbin factory and the probl'rof. Scott is iu the city aud will ar- week took, his pet bear, down to the FARMERS FREECOLUMN. river able soda Ash plant ; Hardiiisburg- may range some excellent music for the dra- to let him exercise himsell in the water congratulate herself on being at the end For salo six head, of young cattle. matic exhibition on tho llth of June In his playful way he dived down under O. K. P AT B Short Bend of a portable railroad spur? and Hudson One of the pieces that our home club the wharf boat, where it is supposed he can brag about being the least town for good, rill e gun Fur sale a will play during the week will be Uncle got fast and drowned as he uever N. W UE.SBKICK. Short Bend came its age, but Buras can. hold her own in Tom's Cabin. AVith a largo hall and up any more. Wanted to trade fruit Trees for a good the gas line as long as Tom and Dick new scenery, the troupe will be given a workhorse Mr. J. F. Frakes has the front of his Davis, are here WS.ASUBY chance to do their best. hotel finely illuminated by natural gas My farm rr sala5U acres of good. Und Courier-More copies of tho Nuws and the Mr. W. K. Barnes, chairman of the piped from the No. 2' well. John has al- Journal K3SK 0 WKN. come to this office than of all For particulars address JFalls otLRough Ky committee to distribute the fuuds to the ways been iu favor of piping the gas on other papers excluding sample copies. tornado sufferers, has received a check the street.. Not succeeding in getting t know how to appreciate from the State Treasurer for tho sum of others to join him he went it on his own Our people $1,125. This amount will be paid out to hook. So he now cooks, reads and sleeps A JOUKXAL. FOlt ADYEltTlSEXS. Lovu's Abode is the naureof the latest those iu the storm district whose claims by natural gas. e which, is about Kentucky have been made out and indorsed. All Is issued weekly i and. is the representative Great electioneering scheme. Gentle- others should come up now with, .their aueu, 1 know it is hard for you good far three miles southwest of herc aud es- journal the trade journal of Aatrlcan advertablished for the sole benefit of Oscar tisers It isdfoat to the. inexperienced claims prepared so as the committee can mers who are busy to come to Branden- Alexander whoa and. whore he should advet? There arc two mails per draw the balance of the money and dis- burg to the convention und pay outi week belween here and there- not count- Use ; bow to write an advertisement, how to tribute its monoy, but ourmansaysif you will come, ing the regular Sunday male-oMsplajr one; what newspapers to use; how much, he i perfectly willing to pay for your moaoy to expend la fact, discourses on wery Bucklea's Arnica Salve. dinners and livery stable bill if yon will point that admits ofjjroitabla uMaonaelos AdThe best salve in the world fbr cuts, only come-- and help bini. vertising; Ls an art practiced by feaay bat unbruises, sores, ulcers,, salt rheum, fever derstood, by few The conductors of Prbteers'' Democrats of Meade county met The sores,, tetter, chapped hands,, chilblains, Ink understand tt, and their advice ia based, on. in mass, convention at the court house, L an eoruw, and skin eruptions and positively experience of more than twaa-- v years last Saturday for of uoiiinftt-iu-g WseB. Baby- woa sick,, we gave) her Castoria cures Viles, or no pay required. It ia in placing- advertiselng, contract!, for many of a. cundidato for Judge of the Court, of When, aba waa a CWW, sW erisul f or Osatorla. the largt,aad most auocesefed advertisera guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Appeals Judge Joseph, Lywk A received Whea sbo becauto Sfiaa, tho ckts&to Castoritv year's sabnorlpUoa oosta but two. dolters sammoney refunded. Wee 25 ceuts per the nomination by a very sHutlLnutjorLty Wbaasbe) BadCbUdtwi ahfi (ave (best Castoritv. ple c ptes Free Ad4.es i box Forsale-byG- , Short, Clover-por- t, The chlur appointed delegates to tk4 SlWx,KWSLLli CO.,, Ky., and J, A, Witt, Hardinsburg, State Convention, to bo held at- Lebanon Newspaper Advertttsg- Duma, on the 5th, day of June. 1 Spntee St.,, Xew Yerk Gu-sto- County Court next Monday. W. M. Ditto went to the city Monday, Preaching nt the M. 1'. church next Sunday. Hon. Chuic7.Q Wathen Is nt homo for a short while. Mrs. F, Ditto, or., returned to Louis-vlll- o last weok, Miss Annlo Lyddmi, Welwter, was Iu town Monday, .Mr, It. O. Cmyeroft, of Illg Spring, wits in town Saturday. Mr. It. II, Moremen, Cloverport, was in town Monday. Mr. Frank Crosln, of New Albany, wan In town last week, Hon. Wins. Blaiifonl, Bovvleyville, was Iu town Monday, l'rof. Frank McAuliir, of Oarrett, was in town last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Lewis aro siK'iidihg the week in Louisville, Messrs John Novitt aud Tom McDonah were in town last Friday. Mrs. King, of Missouri, Is visiting her sister, Mrs, llelmstetter. Miss Lllllo McGlothlan, of Irvlngton, is visiting Mlsfl Annlo Fontaine. Miss IJllle McGlothlan, of Irvlngton, Is visiting Miss Annlo Fontanlne. Mr. F. It. O'Bryan, County School Commissioner, has moved to town. Zack'llardin, Holt's Bottom, is visiting his sister, Mrs. M. II, Fontaine. Capt. Joo Phillip, of Memphis, was visiting relatives in the bottom last week Miss I.ula Iwis sjHJiit last week with her grand father, I. J. Patterson, at TO i BOOM IDE BUSINESS OVER TWO MILLIONS DIBTRIUUTF.D ! Wo offer now Attractions fur the Summer months. Louiu'mniv Slate Lottery Company. AVyVrVrVSiAiAVVAAtNArAAWirV Incorporated by the Legislature In 1868, tot Kducatlonal and 0harl(CTe purjotta and lis franchise was made a part ol the present State Constitution In ltiTV.by an overwhelming popular vote. tin Oil AN 11 rXTICAOKUIKAHY Ntml.Au-iihhII- v, liKtAWlN.J liiltu (June unit iiluco it ml lflruiit SirWSI.KMJfllllUIC I1IIAW. IMJN lake lavi lis rueh ul Ihv oiliiir nml urn nil loll iiioiiiIim tif llie i bile, ulrtvavii lis tinOslt-iiim- , at lliu Acuileiuy of I. a. Mil all. Nvw " We do hereby certify that tee ! tist. the arrangements fur all the Momihty aud Attractive Goods Attractive Prices in Great Variety of Stylos. '''aioof r it tt emUo Cheapness. Attractive Bargains ' hound to please every Buyer State Lottery Cbmwaiiy, emIji person manage and control (hWratttnys them selcts.and that the ?MKire tunductal, with honesty, fairHessfaifa gpo&ifatlfkj toward all parties and we autkonmitiic Qmpany to use (?iis cerificate. wfWftrcA iIsSRjy It, similes of our signatures attached? ' advertisements," fcSpTftwK fSfli?$ Attractive Treatment nml a deal for nil. V ,&m$ggg vs: &2 Commie euirr. pre-jeut- . the undersigned Banks andjiank-er- s will pay all lrizes draicn in the Louisiana State Lotteries which may be IFir ed Keep us in mind when you want It. Itl. WAI.MSL.EY, lre. l.ouUltiiiu ."'' Mntlaual Uaiik. ' .IMEIIKi; JUAXAUX lrc Mule Na. . r. r (tonal Uunk. A. SAt.UVlN, Irea, fVeiv Orlrnna National Hank. CAItl KU1IIV .'re, t.iilon iWtoiiHl i Hunk. -- at our counters' vn '51 ) A Genuine argain 'M&jiaroTir DRAWixa In the Academy of ' Tuesday, -- June Music, NewOrleans 17, 1890. ; Capital Prizo, $600,000. lOp.OOO TIckDta The Fair Dealing House. at 40,: Halve. 130 Uuurlera IO: mKliltta v.ac Tiven- 1TK12&0F i 1 llelhu; sVoriltuul. $600,000 ) !...7. ... Is $COO,U0O 1 PKlZBOtn.-i2uy.U0t- t a, h, 10 1U1ZH0P ,O0Uare 24 OF . 2,010 are. 100 P1UZBV..UF. 600 are 200 l'KIZKi OK 600 are 500 VUlZKd OF 400 are ArraoxiMATiux rtucs. l'lttZEi? OF SrKlZKtiOF 2 I'ltlZ. l'Kizk Oh OF tuo.ood is:.;. JU.000 is 20,00l ate........ 10,0t)0 ar .' 200,000 loo.oou 50,000 4U.0U0 f miZ 60,00" 50,000 50,000 80.000 120,000 200,000 100,000 JOP VEST'S cri-ple- 100 Prise's at ' -- UOO.are i- - i . Two Npubkb TtaviSAts. 1.99S-Priie- s of $20U are ' loifl'rliesof 'dOOare Priies of Uq are . 80,000 40,000 ..f 399,600 3,144 Prises amounting to...,..., $2,169,600 Wall Street, Cloverport, Ky. ASENTS WANTED. For Club fates, or any turther Information desired, write legibly to the undersigned, clearly stating your residence, with Bute, ouniy, oireei anu numoer. Jlorerapm return mall delivery will be assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your lull address. .t? By ordinary letter, containing Mom. Okukk, Issued by all Evprcss Companies, Ken York Exchange. Draft or Postal Note. Wk ox Cuaaiscr'sent us by Ks press of $5 or over. IMPORTANT. in. A. DACl'lll.-SNow Orleuna, l.u or.U. A.UAUI'I1I., Wualiiiitfiuii, 1. C. Atinti . nr , .' n BY FOUR NATIONAL BANKS of New Orleans, and the Tickets are signed by the President ol an Institution, whose chartered rights are recogniied in the highest Courts; therefore, beware or any imlta-tioa- s or annonymous schemes, 'ONE DOLLAR Is the price of the smallest cart or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BY US any Drawing. Anything In our name offered for less that a Dollar is a swindle. Is GUARANTEED Address Registered Letters to SliW OUlttAJViS NATIO.NAi. , UAMi.. Tivw OrU-uiikt.a. REMEMBER that the payment of all priies For Sale. " ' Pure Bred Berkihire Pigs, allagis. Eligible to registry. For Prices rnd other Information address J. T. Uobabds, , . v Uardinsburg, Ky. Important to Teachers com- ! J. & E A 'review teruiof out month will mence at tho July 4thl" lSlkX Hardinsburg: Normal Institute,, Monday, Jane 9th, 1890, and continue until tho first examination, Such a course ot study will boprepareil as will be best suited for thtfpreparation of teachers to stand the coming examination Tuition Fee. 3.00 in advance. Board, Si. 00 per week All teachers who are expecting to stand this examination will do well to avail themselves of this opportunity. .For further information apply to H. P. SHACKLETT. Prim 1 JS'- - J "HOW IT HAPPENED I" Steve P. Holcombe, The Converted Uambter, Will deliver his Famous Lecture, "How It Happened," AT- - v ? CLOVERPORT I'hitrsdar, Jane 5th, 1890. For the Benefit of thi the-bes- Pointers Ink X. K post-offic- adver-tkerb- METHODIST TICKETS, CHURCH.- - - - - - M CTS BUT TdUE S-HIET- - S n .vebjeaiHt, i.. - J. 0. IpBE. 1 ' ", rfalmimttt" -- '(' LOCAL f7. , : . as'. 'Em l iflT " ?V r v VI if fc : '.plj Mr and Mrs. A. B. Skilhnan gave an r: i ' i i.i.i i i,.i..i i M i i.ii MJLii elegant reception at their handsome "Tim limn who rends the paper mibuilKtn latt night in Allll H)OngUli OH 111) gUC'H, honor of their son, Mr. Clias. I J. Will never reach tliat happy land Skillmau nnd his iH'nutiful bride, nee . VMM Wliere milk and honey grows." Miss Mary Young, of Morganfield. An Put it off much longer. You Imvc been waiting nil this timo for Tho L., ft. I & T. jiay carpnsHod down elegant lunch was served from 8:.T0 to 12 yestenlny. in. There were n number of guests tho weather to compel you to "put off" your winter suit, and get There-wi- ll be several houses go up hero present from Louisville, Owenxboro, into something lighter in weight nnd more seasonable. Now is next month. . Morganficld, Holt nnd this city, ami the L. D. Addison returned from 'Evans-vill- e event was a splendid success in every the time, nnd Julius Winter & Co.'s is the place. Wo have made Inst week. particular. The early hour at which we up a grand assortment of Sack and Frock Suits in seasonable Mrs. V. G. Vabbugc was in the city go to press prevents a more extended Woolens, and in every shape that the fashion plate calls for and lust week, shopping. notice. AVe stop tho press, however, to Mr. Jos. W. Chappell, of Union Star, extend our congratulations nnd befet the tastes of the people demand. We can fit nny size or shape, linn been granted a pension. wishes to Mr. Skillman and his accomand, in tho matter of prices, we can suit any one, no matter how Born, May 23d to the wife of Mr. Will plished young bride. Both tlio rootlio and results when small his "clothing fund" may be. Come and see lis at once, Barrett, Louisville, a daughter. . Syrup ofFigais taken; it is pleasant MEETING OF THE DEMOCRATIC TobinBport is shipping largo quantinnd don't run around among other houses and then, after having and refreshing to tho taste, and acts 1 COMMITTEE. ties of strawberries to Owensboro. gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, got yourself tired nnd worn out, come to us and find what you Everybody's getting ready to go down Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sysThey Decide to Call a Convention to want. We want to save you all this trouble and vexation by asktem effectually, diitpcls colds, headto the Circus nt Owensboro next Monday Nominate a Candidate for the aches and fevers and cures habitual added two ing you to come to "headquarters" at once, buy what you want, The L., St. L. & T. have constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho Constitutional Convention. handsome new coaches to their day save money in the purchase, and go home happy. If we can not only remedy of its Kiud ever protrains. The Democratic committee met in duced, pleasing to the tasto and acsuit you in goods and prices, you will have to do without II. L. Morton is nt Addison, Ky., un llardinsburg May in conformity ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in loading the lumber for hia roller mills. wjth n call of the State Central Commitclothing. its action and truly lxiiericiiil in its The walls are complete. " tee, for the purpose of taking stejw t effects, prepared only from tho most Life sia) portrait," in crayon or oil, toward thenianncr'of nominating a canhoalthy and agrccablo sulxstanccs, from $5 to $20 MnC Johnson's studio, didate for the Constitutional Convention. its many excellent qualities comin Singer machine office, Cloverport. were Tho following committeemen mend it to 'all and hava mado it The new siding at Addison, Ky., is be- present: B. F. Beard, J. D.- - Bccler, the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 60c ing put in with a large force of men and llardinsburg; John Alexander, Bums; aim $1 bottles by all leading ilrtur-gist- s. will hold several cars tliat will be in use 'Judge Jos. Hambleton, Cloverport; Jno. Cooke, Custer; J. T. F. Owen, Kockvnle Any reliable drugMt who this week. " " S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. may not have it on hand will proTho L., St. L. & T. railroad wjll selt G. M. Barkley, Stephensport ; G. S. cure it promptly for any one who Hudsonville. tickets to the Democratic Convention for AVilson, I I I It I I I iTl l I I J I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ! I I I I I I I I I wishes to try Do not accept Next Mr. Beard read the following faro or $2.05 round one and one-thir-d substitute. any letter from the State Central Committee: trip from this city. "Dbar Sin : The information reaches CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Mr. Alfred Oche has bought the Cato SAN FSAmSC h CAL. me that the Constitutional Convention DunSatterfield lot opposite Mr. II. V. lOUISVIUS, Kf. f K YORK, H.r. can's. He will tear away tho old house Bill has been signed by the Governor, nnd is therefore a law. In consequence , and replace it with a neat cottage. FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS. thereof it becomes important to nt once Itcv. AV. K. Pincr, of Louisville, will take steps to nominate Democratic canWe are authorised to announce AVeb-ste- r lecturo in the Methodist church at didates for delegates to the Convention, MADDEN, GRORGEH. Tuesday night, June 3d, for the bena a .Candidate for Clerk Court of Appeal to bo elected at the coming August elecSubject to the action of Democratic Stats efit of the church. Everybody invited. tion. As the complexion of the ConConTentlon. Mr. S. L. Sulicr is still lingering in vention will be largely Democratic, conFOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. Cincinnati, and shipping goods by the sequently the Democratic party held MAFUFACTUBERS OF steamboat load. There are more novelthe result of the .ConvenWe are authorised to announce ties in dress goods this season than ever tion's deliberations, it becomes vastly TOIIN ROBERTS, before. Cannelton Enquirer. important to tho party, that able, wise of the City of Louisville, as a candidate for Now let somebody take hold of the and true men be selected by our party. subject to the Judge of the Court of Appeals, action uf the Democratic party of the Third planing mill and keep the money at homo If, therefore, your committee has not alAppellate District. that is sent away for. building material. ready, in anticipation of tho passage of SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, A planing mill rightly managed would bo the law, taken steps to make a nominaWe are authorised to announoe one of tho best paying institutions in the tion from your Legislative district, the And everything In the Turnirg anJ Scrolling line ot wurk will le done at this establishment In JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, ' re election to the office of town. matter should receive your prompt atas a candidate for the best manner and at the lowest rates. Also dealers In Felt and Bodine Roofing. Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Oelzc gave a de- tention. In this connection I beg to "action of the Democratic party. lightful musical entertainment in honor call your attention to the resolution PERSONAL. UtflON STAR. AVm. K. Barnes, John Allen Murray, of their daughter, Miss Ethel, Monday passed by the last State Convention; Hardlnsburg. Clorerport. night. There were a good many young which reads as follows: F. G. Bryan was in the city Friday. The entertainment came off at this "Party organization should be made folks present and nil seemed to have a MURRAY & BARNES, Dr. J. E. Brow n went to Lnuis illc last as thorough as possible and party dis nlace on the eveninus of Mny 2lld and week. jolly time. To this 24th as was advertised, and to say that All persons indebted to the old firm cipline everywhere enforced. C. W. Moorman left for Cincinnati llardinsburg and Cloverport, in success a complete it is tho sense of the Democracy of it was R. E. Moorman & CoWare requested to end Kentucky. Sunday. not exage rating. Each call and settle their accounts. All ac- Kentucky, in State Convention assem- even respect, is Frank Boyd returned from Louisville for not settled by June 10th will be bled, that, in "country, Legislative and evening the people were entertained counts municipal as well as congressional nnd three hours as the people of This vicinity Friday. placed in the hands of an officer for colMaj. C. W. Fow ler w ent to Owensboro State officers, candidates should be nom- were never entertained before. lection. Among the most iiiiiortant plays may last week. party, and that it is the KY. HAHDINSBURG, couldjander-stan- d inated by tho Peck's Bad Boy never with Murray A Barnes Court Square duty of all true Democrats, irrespective be mentioned "Maude Irving," an oper-ett-e Capt. and Mrs. A. J. (Jnas were down why people would doubt Jtke virPart of the time durinu Thursday. in 3 nets. of all differences on other questions, to tue of Canter's chicken cholera cure, stand by the standard bearers thus set the presentation of this piece there was Miss Katie Smith is visiting in the when it is'a fact that the money will bo up." hardlv a drv eve in the house. The . city this week. refunded, if the remedy fails to give enThis pronunciamiento emulates from Lord's Pra) o.-- Chant was received w itli tire satisfaction, by G. A Short. Chas. S. Rolertson, of Rockvale, was OjiVv orrr Mdumlioii' Hanliatre tore. the highest authority known to the jwir-t- y such favor that it, with several others, in the city Saturday. Children's Day was appropriately obevening. organization, and from it there is no was called for the second CLOVERPORT. KY. served at Fisher's Hall Sunday. The appeal. I beg therefore to urge ujon Miss Katie Bowmer returned from Cinderella, in 4 acts, was presented in J. It. TAYLOR, ,. J. C. BUSK, W. 8. T.VYLOB. music: was splendid and the recitations you a prompt compliance therewith, as almost a perfect form the second night Evanswlle Sat unlay. by the children were appropriate and it is the only course by which party or- and was received with great favor by the Dr. W. S. Taylor left forllartfonl, Ky., & Co., well delivered. The program was inter- ganization can be maintained, party suc- audience. via Louisville, Satunlay. esting throughout and highly enjoyed cess insured and responsibility fastened. To mention any jiarticular clmracter Mr. Jas. Skillman and wife, of Union by all. Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store would be injustice to the others'and it Star, were in town Monday. Respectfully, The free show on the river bank given OWENSBORO, KY. Frederica Street, M. D. Alford, Ch'm'n. is only necessary to say each character in Miss Gensie Brashenr, of Owenslmro, by Mr. Chas. P. Blatt, the cannon ball After a brief discussion of the import- each piece was presented in a way that is visiting Mi Katie Bowmer. 150th. Is worth coming a catcher, on May ant matter contained in the above letter reflects great credit on thomj that were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Houston, of Bloom-fiel- d hundred miles to see. Mr. Blatt being from the chairman of the Democratic engaged in it, and proves that there is isited friends here this week. the only person in he world who dares State Central Committe,"it was moved good talent in Breckenridge county, that attempt this reckless feat. Don't forget by J. D. Heeler and seconded by John should be encouraged in every way that Mr. Jas. Harris, of Towanda, Pa., is 28, 1S1X). WEDNESDAY, MAY the day and date, Friday, May 80. visiting his son, Mr. Geo.O. Harris. Alexander that the Democrats of would tend towards its development. Mr. Amil Oelze has bought the vacant Breckenridge county meet on Saturday Thanks are extended to all who attendMr. and Mrs. C. M. Bullitt went to . STEPHENSPORT. lot on Oak street, between Goflf and before the third monday in Junq, at the ed this occasion, and especially to those Louisville yestenlay to visit relatives. Swigert, fronting 173 feet and running various voting places in said county to who came from ,a distance. Stephens-po- rt Mr. Rastus Hall and wife, of OwensDr. Coyn, of Dakota, is visiting old back 130 feet for $175. He will build at elect and instruct delegates to the counwas largely represented both nights boro, were visiting his parents last week. friend here. grateful, and once four neat cottages for rent. This is ty convention to be held in llardinsburg for which we are more-thaMrs. Jno. Burks, of Holt, is visiting her convenyoung people will at- just thebeginning of the building boom. the third Monday in June ; saidnominat- promise to return the compliment whenA number of our parents, Mr. and Mr. AV. II. Bowmer this tion being for the purpose of Other parties are looking out for good lo- ing a Democratic candidate for tho Con- ever an opportunity prewnts itelf. tend Barnum's big show at Louisville. week. The receipts were about $.V at an adKey. Gregory, of the Christian cations and we may expect within the stitutional Convention; each voting The Mrs. Mary E. Cunningham and daugh10 place to have one delegate to the county church, delivered two sermon here next thirty days the erection of twenty convention for every' fifty or fractional mission fee of 20 cents for adults, and cents forjdiildren. This is a satis'factory ter, of Stephensport were in the city or more houses. Let the good work pro- fifty votes cast for Cleveland in 1888. last week. ceed. start towards putting a new roof on our Saturady. B. F. BEAnD, Chm'n. Drs. Marshall and Goldstein and Mr. Miss Bettfe Bowmer spent several church which greatly needs it, as was G. S. AVilsojj, See'v. 2Co. 25 ran into John Scott's Engine James Lay. attended the races at Louisof lays this week with Miss llrook Stephdemonstrated to the entire satisfaction iteam at the crossing near the pike just Illamiaated, ville last week. on the last ens, at Holt. the audience during-thestonabove town Monday evening, smashing The Mineral Center Gas Company has nightof the entertainment. Mrs. James Lay, who has been absent Alex Gregory, after an absence of sevwagon to pieces, killing one mule and the on a visit to her parents, in Newburjr, injuring his son, Logan, who was driving; laid, its, main from Murray avenue along eral months, returned with his family to Ind., for some weeks past, returned home the team. The boy "says in coming down 3d street, passing the depot to High street this city Friday. down I"igh street to the Cloverport Hotel ROCKVALE. Saturday. Shelby V. Conrad is visiting his grandJ the hill to the crossing the wagon made parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. AV. Conrad, at Miss Mollfe Claycomb closed her so much noise in running over tho rocks and out First to Huston street. The. Leavenworth. Ind. Wedding bells: school here on Friday of last week and that he did not hear the engine in time company will lay branch mains to the Messrs. Mike Blain, of Stephensport, so far as we know, gave perfect satisfac- to check his mules. It was purely acci- upper Landing and to the foot of First Shoot the Rock Lick street frqm the High street main, and.to, tion to all her patrons. returnell from and Oscar Haynes, of Union Star, were is attached to either dental and Miss BettiVvYebb has such other points as may hereafter seem in the city Monday. Some of our young men culled out a party. , Louisville. . -- . ' advisable. Hon. D. R. Murray left Thursday for cemforc of help and cleared the town ' Wedding bells.- ". Attention is called to Hon. D. Ham-bletoThe thickly settled parts of the upper Germany. He was accompanied as for etery of its thousand thistles. It is card in this Issue. Mr. Hamble-to- n towu will soon be thoroughly equipped Go to Moorman- - & Heeler's for bar- as Louisville by his wife. much improved, in appearance, but it has opened an office, anywhere on gains. facilities. Prof. R. E. AVoods came Friday from needs a new fence. That's right, young the street, for the purchase and sale of with gas Stand pipes have been erected at variOne young gentleman says, he is going Elizabethtown and spent a few days men, bfe ever engaged in good work. real estate. There is no man in town line:and the streets You all wiH want your graves kept better posted about" real estate and its ous points along the brilliantly illumi- to Jefferson county when the strawber- With relatives and Mentis here, of the upper ward are Miss Bee Bowmer, of Hanllnsburg, is ries ripen. green by and by. Persons nated every night. Branch pipes will value than Mr. Hambleton. down attending the reception given by "Wed.iing bells. and a Mr. Wil- having lots for sale as well as those who soon conduct the gas Into the buildings 'Miss Jennie Chiyeotnb Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman. Miss Jennie Cooper Is better. liams were united in the holy bonds of want to buy, cannot do better than to from Ts placed at convenient points for Mrs, Green BeanI and daughter, Miss of wedlock'on Wednesday night of last place their business in his hands. He is, Mr. Jesse Howard has a position on a Blanche, of llardinsburg, were the guests the purpose. week. The ceremony took place at the not a speculator nor a manipulator of Ourpredictiouofayearago that Clo- railroad la Ohior but lie will come back of Mr. AA'illiam Hall and family last Baptist church, Kev. AY. C. Brandon, of schemes, but is working for the interests verport; would. bejtbefirst town in Ken- again by. week. The happy of the town. All he--, wants is a reason- tucky lighted and heated by natural gas Cloverport, officiating. Wedding bells. Mr. Jas. B. and Miss Lizzie Skillman couple left immediately for Cloverport able commission 0a, bssiceju done. bmpoV been verillejL "In u'UtthrwhUei Miss Clara Adkfipon haalbecn vfaiting caniu home Satunlay from school to lie their future home. Last week Hob. D. R. Murray had oc-- 'the lower towu will be g&dedVitlvmaia? at Dr. Dempster's' for some time. She present at the reception Tuesday evenfusion to write Hon. D. Hambleton, of and night will be turned into day in every will soon act as governess in D. C. ing. this city, on some matters connected parfofour enterprising and advancing .Moorman's family. Vm of Judgemeat aad Sesae Bid Mrs. Rosa Lewis and her son, Behen, soda-as- h factory; As the letter little city. A great many people ridiculed the idea wiih the e That Rock lack correspondent has of Evansville, are visiting her sister, reStrangers who visit us are taking in the Mrs. Eilwanl Boultlnghouse, of Tobins-por- t, of Cloverport making a donation to the contained some vety good news in descriptive power. gard to the plant- and was likewise of situation and it is now generally conceit- wonderful Ind.. Mrs. Lewis Is quite ill and R.R. for the- benefit of the shops? but Work on the Falls of Rough branch is will perhaps remain nt Tobinsport sever the men of judgment and sense up there general interest to all our citizens, Mr. ed Jhat the prospect of Cloverport'B being rapidly pushed alongT insisted on doing- - it, and subsequent Hambleton took pleasure in showing it future is as brilliant as the glow of the al weeks. Mr. Dick Owen has returned from the jf of our streets. events have proved their wisdom. The around. On the back of the envelope was. t mountains ami accepted a position qn Capital, is beginning to recognise" of those shops is now oer five written,, apparently m MnMurray's hand pay-ro- ll writing, "Kead last Issue of North. Ameri- here is a. field for its successful JTW tfee Falfe of Rough branch. Ccrlng my absenca my sub, II. 0, Murray, . thousand dollar per month, and steadily ts authorised to col la t moneys due. All perWeddiHg bells. increasing. It lias added largely to the can Review," and everybody took it to re- d. meBt. Its representatives are coming sons indebted will please settle with him: at fer to an article urxjjf the subject of amoeg-usami already the indicatloiw are and will be the means of population, D R. Mubrat, ono-i- . theespecuti adaption of thl place umaMtekaUe that the tide MWithic Attoraey at Lav. Cloverport, Ky. manufacturing interests to locate Who Woa $16,000 t Its manufacture. As a matter of towards w. Popuktioa iajMiilaifl. tfiere. Thi should be a lesson to were, U IgSgiRUiana State Littery. &r 'jmiafllt Inm fore and convince our citizens that course, all who- saw the postscript D. anxious to get the Monthly to. see what set In. HftajjyfpKoVm and llei-r. J Knotts, they must do- something themselves i had. to wy, ami there was quite a run two )waaff 'clerks in C. 1) Kenny's tea tkey expect to attract outside capital and k fllfMM. made on the news stand ibrtkefasst isK. Ga St., n couple of weeks population. Cannelton Enquirer. atoM ImthJMJvrM w sue of tke-N-. A. R." Wlw thy afet $15,000 in the, Louisiana State I pktfaV rth a momM fowni from the contest thwt CLOVErlPORT, KY, "WwtkXaawIag- and iwv ifmtk)' received tho , .m-kft 8 was Bo&teg; in. It a&eot MM. Tliey.sswwiti'tMlar nnd got k.j mW"Aml for tho purchase and sale of HfOHBs'' Toxic The ok! time reliable Cloverport, k "wasn't ste jj- - wfr Prfc5 Pewjoiiu wiWg lots and Jfo. 8,1.12 w. won Msftlf)"' vto&i thoy which t my or iwll are neWcited to am me. MMW MM tmmm remedy for Fever and Agee. Kepufc- t- 4ti, at isW MiUkuLar iat iH earned by Thirty yeaw success. Yo iaUiV mUiBiVUL Utfth. hSaC Htrt.-BH A i.i. . Niwot ffMttlfi flO0npM4wentieth , H-' ., WFt'ICK" AntwIwh frexM ftow mm. defend upon it. Try ItC Dhco- - tfalt atlfrft: tafrt Wtt IWtsHarihh ttaVtlaVatei l March 2 (ma.) t the- HcimH, mt H J'-ttMH HAVE IT. Ct "f u 1RKVITIES. 1 1 in n ll' JJ 1 1 u 1 1 II NO. YOU CAN NOT I SIGNS OF nUT KKKI SUMMER! ON THADINO KEEP OFF THE GRASS With -- sulzer's iJ ' p - ffi - X" , Slim m x FOST O S S AT BILLS & V e st Coat SULZERS K T S NO S -- : A j OYSTER SEASON OVER Busy Season Begun at I V ' JULIUS I I WN ER&GO I I I I I I SULZBB'S GARDEN TOOLS AT "Old Reliable" Clothiers I it THE TELL CITY SULZER'S n PLANING MILLS DOORS, SASH & BLINDS n WOOL! WOOL! Attorneys ntLaw. We want One Million Pounds of Wool by July 1st, also Five Hundred Thousand Pounds of GINSENG, BLOOD BOOT YELLOW ROOT and MAY APPLE BOOT. Send us your CHICKENS and EGGS. Write for prices to Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, PIPES CORN DRILLS, & DeHAVEN, MERCHANTS, COMMISSION 3LjOu.isvill.e, 3S2y. DEkNTLSTS J. H. Taylor WALKING CULTIVATORS, RIDING CULTIVATORS, SPRING TOOTH HARROWS, Delivered to any railway stall in in Pay for themselves first season. Breckenridge County free. If you want them or a good Breckenridge News. Thresher, Engine or Saw Mill, You can make money by buying from R. IEJI: 9T Im J. BASSETT j;t. & arc & BR0., KY. LEITCHFIELD, mm una n w mmrmmM'wmm mi n 3 -- WHEELERS. A word to the Wheelers. You needn't consult any- body nor make any arrangements in regard to your sup plies. I am selling goods now lower than any living man can sell them and always have. l Come to my store in ccm-sponden- v llardinsburg and it will take me only a few minutes to convince you of the fact. Talk about 10 per cent. I don't a3k any more on my goods and sell a great many articles the original low price man of this county. If you want goods bring along the cash or its equivalent, produce. for less. n's I am tJ. A. "--- WITT, Hardinsburg, Ky. J- L- 'r - It - A Sure Hog Cholera Preventive. J. E. MOORMAN'S gas-light- s- tht Notice .Hog Gholora Preventive will ot soda-aehan- Will prevent the ravigw of Camera on onjhtm ttoek, Irtotaa y Can-aelto- n,. - atSi!s'f HAHBLET0M, SiaiBaaLJ(alaaaHaW,'aak. " aa-aem1 ad, &2?Bj?m. . . .. . J. . ..'"4&nL...i fc. -- - a' ad K,sttiMet M Real Estate Agent htd. &m i - an tlM s of tons of our farmers who bav taetes) Ha - "" Mtu tfcfe. - k ftTMWdfcU J ttk IsjUgkli nrr it 1 IsmiImm H W tuih. si tkal Bo. Ckalara whio'a, BMTMtiv 1iM1it far a Tar. f HII II lli NIU ' If given aeeenUac to K )MeM. ""trwU, Tefl-M- f Ja " ....1 HIM. k. . ntp, a'aejrt HasMhw, Mtufe sjfj W .nraJ lHwt' mun ft l.rkr Ht, KMwAMene4 W Hfl - fcH. J. E. MOORMAN, O $0 '' ii in i . J ) a ! ri ' Xatlonal Wheel Demands. AWOMAN SWIJjJjfpFJ 24 HOURS. Col. R. J. Breckinridge given the folfrm lie Aikanrai Kconouilsl, Iho orticUl Sho Wun a HurvWorof tho Queita Disaslowing ns n euro for hydrophobia : lit SUia Wheel of Arknti'M inJof ter and Hail Ko .Uo rresorrcr. Somo years ago I cut out of n dally 1 1. Ueliuving in tho doctrine of equal By Thursday morning's Australian Droppod Stitches. pnicr tho following preventative of hyto none, rights to nil aii(l special favore Always hav3 towola of ltnon. Do not mail wo hnvo for tho first timo full 1 drophobia, and only a few days after I of tho Quottn disaster and tho we demand thnt taxation, National or bo tornptod into trying tho choapor cotwas bitten by n dog on the street, supton, widen is very costly to temper and narratives of tho survivors. Wo subjoin State, shall not Ikj used to build up one posed to havo been mad. I at onco preitrcngth, na it leaves a dlsngreeablo lint tho principal points in tho graphic state- interest or class at tho expense of anoth6A ment of Mis3 Lacy, undoubtedly tho pared and used it nnd never felt nny behind it, in gentlo prdtest er. Wt; believe that the money of the Miss Louisa Imojeno Qninoy, tho po- most interesting figure in tho events of evil effects from it. Sinco then i hnvo' much as ls-nl)l- e as etess, thinks nothing of walking twenty that calamitous night in Torres straits. country should bo kept had it "published repeatedly and had in the hands of the people, and miles. Sho measures her verses with a Miss Lacy says sho was sitting in tho samany to use it witli good results. It is revenues, loon writing n letter, tho other ladies I'c'nco wo demand that all pedometer. kuovvns tlio "Goodman Remedy" and Caaiorin in Dr. Saml Pltcaar'n o&, Iwumtsa and qnlefc Ono pound of flour, a tablespoonf ul of being practicing for a, concert, when, National, State or County, shall Ikj limit Was printed in tho Country Gentleman Infaats' asd OkUdran'a CoBiphAtt. SapdrloFto Cattoir Oil", without a moment's wanning, thoy heard ed to the necessary expenses of tlio gov alum nnd threo quarts of water boiled of Philadelphia, and reads as follows: rwKone of Jfarootlo Syrup, Qhildrrn cry for'.Oantorin. MU-together with newspapers till of tho con- a loud grating sound, tho ship rocked ernment, economically ami honestly adHoh of Mother Mc "Tho timo between tlio biting of an CantorW sistency of putty makes a good filling for violently, nnd a chorus of confused noises ministered. broko out on deck. ntiimnl by n mad 'dog and showing signs floor cracks. demand the rapid .pay2. That recommenit Cnstorln for clilidrtn's Miss Lacy rushed on deck, and already A beautiful woman pleases the eye, a of hydrophobia is not less than nine ' cortiplalDU, as superior tu any prtscrlptli on of the public debt of tho United v After digestion good woman pleases tho heart: ono is a tho ship was sinking. "Going aft," sho ment know ame." n. A. AnciiKit, H.D.; days, but may bo, hino "months. Without iiarcollo btupcfucUon, says', "was liko walking up hill. Tho Mates by operating tlio mints of the gov11 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, ttof. jewel, the other a treasure. tlio animal has become rabid a scratch of Tn Ckntach OonrAsr, 77 Murray St., NoTfjTork Mine. Etclka Qerster lately Bang in a part to which I was making my way was ernment to their full capacity in coining the tooth upon a person, or a slobber local concert for charity at Bologna. If high abovo tho water." But hardly had silver and gold and the tendering the coming in contact with a soro or raw lier voico is gono tho littlo prima seems sho reached tho aft part of tho vessel same' without discrimination to the pubthan it too rapidly sank, and in a mo- lic creditors of the nation according to place, will products hydrophobja jiiBt ns to havo some heart left. ment 200 human beings and a largo num in soon as if bitten by a mad dog. HydroMrs. Jeannotto M. Thurber contemon the contract, thus saving the interest plates building a great national music ber of sheep "yero all in the water in n phobia can bo prevented and I will give -public debt to tho industrial masses. heap, tho peoplo struggling and shriekhall in Washington. what is well known ns an infallible rem-- 1 :'. That we demand the nlwlition of i .", coronets, long in disfavor, are now ing terribly." Miss Lacy with great , Jet b Ji. edy for man or beast it properly adminseen gleaming in fluffy hair, and any difficulty managed to oxtricato herself national banks, the substitution of legal istered. A dose for horse or cow should thing fanciful in tho way of hair orna- -' from tho confused mass, and being n tender treasury notes in lieu of national bo four tihies ns much ns'for n pcrsonv incuts that is not too high is allowable, practical swimmer succeeded in getting bank notes, issued is sufficient volume to Itjs not too Into to give tho medicine not only in tho coiffure, but on a part of clear of tho whirlpool caused by tho sink- d6"thnusines.'i of tlio country on ajcash ii ing ship. Sho then relieved herself of all system! nny time- - before tho spasms como on. tho bonnet or dress liat. needed reuuiatinu tho amount clotlilng and swam abdut for To reliove tho monotony of dark cos- superfluous A Marriage Puzzle. The dose for a person is ono nnd tho business in- tumes, Parisian ladies aro wearing scar- two hours in tho hope of coming across on a per capita basis as of elecampane root bruised fiAimtfit nvttniljla fltlfl ttlllf Kkdiivnk, N. J., Aug. 15. A marriage Uaiu n( lli llllllHlf it 6omo of tho survivors. HIV let and marigold yellow blouse vests At midnight sho heard a cry from a all money issued ,by tho government vv hjch took plnco at Eatontovvn, a few put in n pint of new milk, reduced one their jaekets, with open fronts. Tho vests havo high collars, liko a gen- distance, nnd swimming toward it found shall be a legal tender in payment of all days ago, results in odd relationship, in; half by boiling; take nil at onco in the deed. The brido was Miss Ella Clayton morning, fasting till the afternoon, or at tleman's stock, or nro worn with a cravat that it camo from a raft rudely and has- debts both public nnd private. tily constructed by tho chief officer. She of tho samo silk, tied in a hngo bow. we demand that Congress and tho groom was Albert Phillips. Tlio least, n very light diet,' till nfter soveral 4. That wailed herself of this temporary refuge bride is not quite fourteen, whilo tho hours hnvo elapsed. The second doso and remained on tho raft until noon tho shall pass such l.iws ns shall effectually Semlblu Ways of Dressing tlio llulr. groom is fifty-si- x years old. A few years same as first, except take two ounces of Agri Another thing in which most women nort day, when, finding that it was mak- prevent thn dealing in future of all ing no progress, nnd fancying that sho cultural and mechanical productions; ago Cyrenus Clayton, tho bride's, father, the root. Third same as second. To bo lamentably fail is tho arrangement of tho liair. They nro guided by the fashion-abl- o saw an island on the vcrgo of tho hori- preserving a stringent system of proced- who was a widower, married one of Mr, taken every other dny. Threo doses nro 11 that is needed, and there need be no By Mr. Clayton's coiffure, nnd do their best to make zon, Miss Lacy determined to trust once ure in trial as shall secure prompt con- Phillips' daughters. moro to her swimming powers, and in viction, and imposing such penalties as daughter's marriage to his wife's father, fear, as I know from my own 'experience all their heads exactly alike, regardless nnd know of n number of cases where ii of tho distinctive stylo and characteris- sjiite of tho strong remonstrances of the' shall secure the most perfect compliance Klla Clayton becomes her father's' SHnr&LES,-BQ0R- 5; tic of each face. Every girl ought to be chief officer bIio dived Into tho ocean nnd j Mr. Phillips'? daughter) was entirely successful. This is no guess with, the law. at somo pains to discover what suits her struck out for herself. But she had' i. ").)jTliaUwo, demand a graduated in- who married Mr. Clayton, is also her work, the persons nlhided to havo been best, and then remain faithful to it, with grievously miscalculated tho distance) of stepinother-in-law- . Mr. Phillips bitten by their own dogs which wero come lax,jiH wo believe it is the most father's an occasional modification to conform tho island. nnd Mr. then tied to see if they wero really mad, All that afternoon and far into tho equitable sjstein of taxation, placing the is Mr. Claj ton's father-in-latho phases of fashionable headgear. Do and they proved to bo ho, arid the remenight sho was in tho water without life burden of the government on those who Clayton is Mr. Phillips' father-in-layou not ngreo with mo? I fancy that many people aro getting belt or support of any description, re- can best afford to pay, instead of laying Kach of the wives is the other's step- dy was effectual. A physician toldi mo tired of having tho hair all combed up lieving herself by swimming alternately it on the farmers and mechanics, exempt- mother. J'ach man is his daughter's that lie had known of its uso for pver to tho top of tho head. It is quito cer- on her face, back and sides. stepson, and eacli woman becomes, tho thirty years, nnd npver knew it to fail and corSho said she felt no fear of tho sharks ing millionaires, tain tliat when tho hair is drawn in Ho re. granddaughter, of herself and also lu'r where propeily administered. straight upward lines tho effect is by no that abound in these tropical waters, but1 porations. lated n case' where a number of cows II. means becoming or pretty. As a rule, I tho fearfully hot sun scprched her terriThat we demand the strict enforce- own grandmother. Kx were bitten nnd'penncd hnlf in ono pen think tho hair that grows about tho tem- bly, nnd every now and then sho had to ment of all laws prohibiting the importaand half in another) to half the romedy ples and abovo tho cars looks best when thrust her head under water to savo her,A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. tion of foreign labor under tho contract wns given nnd drawn straight back and fastened be- self from sunstroke. She is under the system, and that all com lets he confined It was just an ordinary scrap of wrap- all dying from were saved, tho other dialf neath tho puffs now so much worn. I impression that for apart of tho time she "& tlio dreadful hydrophowithin the prison walls, and that ail ping paper, but it saved her life. Sho have seen half a dozen decided chignons was asleep in tho water. bia." contract Hstein be abolished. vas in tho last stages of consumption, length, after being for twenty-fou- r At of late, and sincerely hope that thoy do i.R.1 f I. 7. That we demand the election of all told by physicians not indicate a rovival of that ugly hours alono in Tprrcs straits, sho was that she was incurable ir llobcrtson fc Jones. Jonesboro, Ark., fashion. I saw two at Sundown worn picked up in an alihost exhausted condi- officers of the govtrninent by a direct nnd could live only, n short time; she tion by a boat belonging to the search vote of the people, and that all wilful weighed less than by fashionably dressed women. Madge "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure seventy pounds. On write: steamer Alb.itrobS For somo hours after violation of the election laws be declared in London Truth. a piece of wrapping paper she read of gives universal Satisfaction." 'Pleasant to her timely rescuo she was delirious and a felony ami a part of the punishment Dr. King's New Discovery, and got a take. No cure no" pay. "fold by G. W. fancied herself living in a submarine Tlmortlng tho Moths. Aronlion tins paper. ' ' ' signal proof of tho value be the prohibition of the party convicted sample bottle ; it Iieliml her, sho bought Short. If ono has no cedar chest to store wool- hotel. No moro from voting in all future elections. n large bottle, it bellied her more, liought ens in, n very good substitute is a trunk of swimming as a lady's accomplishment f. That we demand the repeal of all another and grew better fast, continued or flour barrel. Tho barrel should bo has been furnished for many a day than Eugene Itobinson's three Floating well washed in cold water, dried and this extraordinary experience of Miss laws that do not bear equally upon enp-it- its use and is now strong, healthy, rosy, Palaces will be hero on Friday, May "SOUi lined with newspapers. These aro pasted Lacy's. Pall Mall Gazette. and labor, tlic strii t enforcement of plump, weighing HO jiounds. For fuller witli a Grtater and Grander show than in, using thick flour paste with a large ADDISON, KY. liws. the removal of all unjust techni- particulars send stamp to W. II. Colo, ever, don't fail to seo it. spoonful of alum added to a quart of Mlu Murcy Will Ilo 11 I.aMjcr. calities, dclnvs and discriminations in Druggist, Is tho placo to buy SEWINO 'MA0III2TB for Fort Smith. Trial Bottles, of paste. Cover every place on tho inside vVjjHjjjjjjjHlji Connecticut will have another lady tin administrations of justice. less money than any other placo In tho country this wonderful Discovery Free at G. W, of tho barrel, letting tho purwr come up lawyer possibly before another year has Tho machines I sell aro equal to any that J). That we demand the tariff laws be ogolits charge from $35 to $50 for: I guaran- to tho outsido of tho banel. Cleat the post Miss Alline C. Marcy, of Rock-- so amended as to remove all import Short's, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Louisville, St, Louis & Texas R, R. Co,' too them to bo what I gay or no trade. Agents covers together and paste paper on tho inHie, daughter of tho late Dwight MarWitt's, Ilardinsbiirg, Ky. will say the tnachlno Is no account, beside. Tho woolens should bo thoroughly cy, a distinguished member of tho Tol- duties on articles entering into our mancamo tho largo dlflerunco In our prices, but I ; 3STO. brushed nnd sunned, carefully folded nnd land county bar and at ono timo speaker ufactures, and that the duties be levied figure on this as on everything I handle, out it JPJTbr H HfHtiflB Fifty year ago Alvin Adams began with laid in. When the barrel is full, the of tho Connecticut house of representa- upon ai tides of luxury, not above the as low as It can be cut. "My Motto" quick carpet-lu- g cover should bo pressed down, n stout tives. Miss Marcy is 23 years-ol- d a sales and small profit. the business at l'oston, and important point. Tuklng- - Rrfrct Two drawer dropleof SIngor Sowing Machines 10. That we demand that the governmanilla paper put over tho top. coming has resided in Rockville from her childwhich has since grown into the great corlow arm, with all attaohments. At 5;00 o'clcle A. H.. Feb. 23, 1890. $10,60 down well around tho barrel, tied down hood. Sho entered the Rockvillo high ment shall protect the C'hickasaus and poration known as tlio Adams .Express Five drawer dropleaf Singer Sowing with twino and pasted so as to fit close. school at 1 1, and was graduated with ('hnctnvvMiind other civ ilied Indians of Company. The company pays handsomo Wett Hound TVm'ii. high arm, with all attachments $19.50 Etui Hound Traint Hang out furs when tho sun shines hot; honors in tho class of '80. Miss Marcy Send mo a check or tho ..money by register Mill. AMI) inalM.IL AMD dividends on its 12t 000, 000 of capital. JLfls9QLwwnH919HM let them hang several hours, combing began studying law with her father, and the Indian Territory in all of their letter, and I will sblp'you'a tnEchlne to any kxpkIcss., STATIONS. ienable rights, and shall prevent railroads Many a man in the past half century has KXPUKi'S. , . part gf tho country, f ' them with n coarso dressing comb. Put after his death in 1887 continued her 8 011am Lr ..UnlonDepot,bi.uliv'e..Ar. 120ru into its box tho muff nnd n strip of iaicr studies in the offlco of B. II. Bill, of and other wealthy svndicates from over- beguli life witli a carpet-ba- g Respectfully i ' and wound 8,15 Kentucky Street l.oi .. justed around where tho cover joins tin Rockville, 6tate attorney of Tolland riding the law and treaties now-- in ex- up with so little that it could bodied in a Alms House E.D.ADDISON,T Pleasure Ridge Park ' box Tho fur capo tho same. New York county. In October, 1880, she entered istence fur their protection. red bandanna. Now the Adams Express Addison Ky. A IV At Valley Commercial Advertiser. v z tho law school of the Boston university, Company employs CO, COD men nhd owns .Mrsilow Lawn... whero she will complete her legal stuHis Wife Sufferel from Erysipelas. ..Klver View 2, 000 wagons, :i, 000 horses, and covers A Ilvmurkuljlo Woman. 0 00 dies. Sho is a member of the Rockville West Point ,..12.25.. Mr. John O. Rogers, of Dana, Illinois, 25,000 miles of railway. , It is a somewhat curious fact that there Literary society, tho Young Women's 9 31 INDIANAPOLIS, tND, Rock llaren 12 2 .. V 9.41 aro now threo Duchesbes of Manchester. Temperance union and the Rockville w rites as follows under date of March 27, Long llranch I&2aii " INK)- j Brandenburg UUi) 9.H.. "Mv wife was for vears an in Tho second of these, who becamo dowTennis club, and has been prominent in "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," tho 10 02 Ekron 11.31 .. ager duchess by tho death of the duko in all leading society nJairs. On her de- valid from a blood trouble, and suffered . Xef.''' ,S?TY n. Oujton most pleasant to tako of all Fever and 10 13 n 20 Naples, in March, is a remarkablo wo- parture for Boston the was tendered a terrible at times from Krysipelas. She 10.2.1 i.Irrlngton ll!09 Ague Homodies. Warranted to cure 10.32 man. Sho is tho daughter of a Hano- farowell reception by tho tenuis club. tried many remedies Webster '..10,59 .. advertised as blood Chills and Fever, fold by G, W. Short, H II II "a T.J '1aHaaXV j vW liL verian nobleman, beautiful, witty, high-fc!10.47 ii t.hndiburg 10,47 .. Mt ii Miss Marcy is tall, slender, of dark comPrice, $18 00 at Factory, J'CTTlr purifiers, but received no benefit. A few is 10,&iJ - Casti vrllh Order. Pierce 10.37 .. accomplished, and an able and astute plexion, and is n prepossessing yfmng Simple ."..10'30 . "politician. Few men in English affairs lady in o ery l espect. After" graduation bottles of Swikt's Sim.cihc (S. S. S.) Take no thoes onltM 11.01 ' c II 10 Mrphenrport , 10,10 Douglas' name havo been moro influential in inviting or sho will probably practicoShi Rockville. cured her of Erysipelas and other blood CAUTION W, Im am atamnetl on and 11. IH nrlce tba Holt 10)10 .. the dealer postponing a governmental crisis than -- Cor. New Voik Herald. " troubles. From the first her appetite in- bottom. If to factory, cannot nupplr Tou, 11. 4 Clorer)ort..... 9,55 .. Btrlctly rireMIlafs. uirruittcil end direct euilotlnr advertised 11:19 she, whilo her social sway was undis5II Allbecoml Orowtli Hickory. creased, and her general health improv- tiriue. w.. i gMfllSw'Bnq. v Htei'l Axles nn.l Tina. ll.iiAM Sklllmao puted. To his devoted friendship for 9.39 .. " ed in every way. She considers S. S. S I'hjHlrul Grain. Arms. ' I'crftly Iw Ilent t main?. Oil Tcmpored Bua'iccil 12.04m lUwesrlll 9,2J .. tins brilliant lady tho London gossips UmK, Knsy Spring. iod purifier and tonic she If you watched the dress parade on the heft 12.19 9.09 .. lSCkt Wheels nixl llest All Ovtr.--. ...i.... Falcon abcnbo the cejibacy of tho Marquis of 12.30 Lowliport Connecticut or Massachusetts avenue ever saw, and is willing for any one suf8.50.. XV VOU CAN'T F1HD THEM Harrington. But no breath of reproach POJl SALE LY YO0r. MERC1IANTS. WEIT! US,. 12.47 Powers . -- : 8,30 .. the&o afternoons, you would very fering as she was to be referred to her. has over assailed her grace's name. San any of 12.69 ,...,... 8.23 .. Pte likely notice that tho swell girls have 1.08 Otrerisboro.'. Arr Fninehco Argonaut. His Blood Poisoned by Cow Itch. Lve 8;11au "j adopted a fresh stylo of walking their 1.10 Stanley mill, 7145 .. (-About five years ago my blood was J chests thrown out as far ns pbssible. 1.40 Wortbington 7,34.. Eugene Robinson's Mammoth Three without any throwing back of poisoned with cow itch, and every spring '1.57 7,14 .. Spottivllle tho shoulrlElDOEEIK-TlllllfillPLEIEIHSsketts 2.6 since then I have been troubled witli the 7,05 i ders, however, and a certain indescrib-ablFloating Palaces. Henderson 2.20ruArr Lre 6,50au poison breaking out in large sores all spring in their gait. Upon inquirEugene ItiibiiiMiii'M Three Mammoth ing ns to the meaning of this, you would over my body. I tried various remedies A; I luatiiig 1'al.u.es whiih will exhibit in Ikj informed that it represents" only a without receiving any beneflts. Three our town on Friday, Maj ."nth, small pirt of the new system of physical bottles of Swift's Si'ix'inc (K. S. S.) efTHE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS Mil (ME. and evening, at the public landing, giace, introduced from abroad by a lady fected a complete and permanent cure, who is now giving lessons on tho subject is something new, novel mid institutive (L. K. & ST. h. It. R.) w hen all other blood remedies had failed. Mr Robinson, the manager, is also to the daugliteis and wives of the'rich-eh- t Treatise on Blood nnd Skin Diseases and moat distinguished iiersonages in SHORTEST, QUICKEST Iho owner of Robinson's museum of Washington. A class of young vonion mailed free. AND REST LINE TO -New Orleans nnd Memphis and he has meets at tho Wanamaker's twicoi week, Co., Atlanta, Ga. Swikt spared no pains or expense in getting to learn how to walk, to go up arid down FOR , QENTltfEMEM. ii) his elegant Three Floating Palaces. stairs, to stand, to bow, to sniilo, to timke , Young AND ALL POINTS , rjiced Grain and Creed- VVouica VTlia Vool iho Horn. Fine Calf. ITeamr eyes and todisposoof tho hands. WashIt wfll be the greatest show ever witWaterproof. ", South-Was- t. If any ono c.iroa to wander out in tho moor ltest In the world. Kxamlne 111 nessed in these parts and evervbo.lv will ington Cor. Boston TranscripC MIIOK. 8K.0O tlKNIIINK Crection of Arsenal avenue, IndianVVKI.T HIIOK. H4.00 enjoj a huge tieat ill the shape of curios-itieM3.SO Vtir.Mltt AND FAIIMKIIH' SHOE. apolis. r.jy dara or moonlit Thursday Time-Cain Sifect Deo,'6,' 1888. A Two lean' bleep. M2.80 KXTKA VAT.UK CAl.K SHOK. , . a line and varied collection will be night 'i y will hear U'i3 cof t noics of a SJ3.25 & 'J WOHKINOMKN'8 HUOKB. Margaiet Kinney, of Alpena, lias been Hii.OO and 81.7SMiOYfi' SC1IOOI. HUOXS. Lr. Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p m...4:10 p.m. i mud The show will come here on two corn"' r . 1 tho loud Lyacts of a tuba. It All waae in txragrets, Button sua i,tcc, asleep for two years. Sho lies motionArr St. Loujs 7:5 ...7:25 " immense floating palaces each of which less on tho bed for two weeks at'n time, is '. . vaclicing chorea of ten eminent Evansrille 2:25 " ,t. & la'dIIs. For further Information, osll ,on or 9:50 p.m. is with a seating capacity of taking neither food nor drink. She has ana t d 'atud local young ladies, who address, 81.7S 81IOK FOn MISSES. --& luve fonnaJ Material. Uest Style. Best FUtla 1,000. Ilrst Douslas, Drockton, This will be something the not spoken during the entire timo, and ntnr.rumont an orchestra for their own W, JOS. S ODIOflNE, Mass. 8ol4 br and nro bound to win under r. Qen'l Past. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. equal of which vou will never see again rarely opens her eyes. Her general the leadership of ono of the city's proB. L. BRYANT, & The press everywhere speaks in the health seems to be good, but her face has fessors. It was their original intention Trar. Passg'r Ag't, LoulsrllU, Ky. highest tone of it. Besides the museum a deathly white appearance. Formerly to have a thoroughly organized band of sho was vivacious and very bright. The twelve, is the tlieotoriiim, whero a pleasing combut two of tho party lacked concauso of her long sleep is n puzzler for edy will be brought out. Every body physicians. It was preceded .by a very fidence in their lung ability to blow u horn and resigned. The other ten are should go and tako in one of the grand-es- t blight sickness. Detroit News. full of application, ure self supporting sights on earth. To say the least, it MIjs Constanco IIndon,.vho recently and feel that if thoy are capable of buyIt ii as pleasant to the taita u lemoa is well worth three times the price of ing their own bread and butter, equal to syrup. admission which isMc, children under died in England, was .tho first woman a man. they certainly can bo with him The smallest Infant will take it and who received tho honor, of being made an nerer know it it medicine. 12 years 2."e. in tooting an instrument. Children cry for it. Hover falls to associate of tho Mason Science college of Said one of the younglndiea: "We are onro. Birmingham, whero sho won tho Heclop " IV l f ivtj i ix rtirara i v jr r Chills once broken will not return. gold medal., Sho identified herself most not doin;; tliLi eqxoting'to make a public Tost you only half the price of othtr Eupepsy. erliibitioii of ourM-Jves- , but for our, own actively with tho advanced interests of Chill Tonics. a.ur.',oment. We prefer to spend our Ko quinine needed. Ko purgative T This Ik what you ought to have in wemen, and it is proposed to put her bust eveniuga that way rather than in playing needed. fact, you must have it, to fully enjoy in Mason college. Contain bo pelsoa. Cheaper1 than progressive euchre and other light-as-ar t quinine. i:.. fpt. ways I bought my horn last January, Kf& iV-- c jinmsaiiiiH are scinching for it inc. naHHBBiHBBBnlaBl lliit.inlnil Mnnotn-.i- . It purifies the Wood and reaovei all and one evening my brother Came to my thiily, and mourning because they find it Dr. Rothvook. proTsorfcof botany at malarial poison from the system. tho University ofPtniiHylvlmiW. js pre- room and said. Yon will never learn to not. 1 liousaiids iijvon thousands of dolSHf f fHjfrZtmmf Aki'iWBttOTW It Is ai Urge at nny dollar tonio and play that thing. I w.is beginning to feel lars aro spent annually by our people in paring for the establishment in' his RETAILS FOR B0 CENTS. inusonni, wh'icWprct:nftes a little shaky idsmt it myself, and when tlio hope that they limy attain this booth hiy said that to me 1 was bound I would to bo of niimmalfindnsfriai ujiiiortauco. -And yet it may bo had by all. Wo Fowstepti thing if it took four that tho iustitutiorillias taken 'learii'to'play'-tha- t guarantee Unit Electric Bitters, if taken lately tendo,bring4Unta.s-iehis- e yenrjj. I Hatter Jityelf that 1 am doing con' , run, Ttaa.i SKMitBBHBIBBBBBBBBJM r4t himciniattCouimaTllu, Mm., tM. It, ISM. according to directions and the use. pertact with tho manufacturing interests of rigl'Uwcll.- - We have learned u soronado. rkut Mud ikrw uU1wO rort'l Titis soft and pretty, ofwhich In. Cklll Taol. I iu vlcur4 wllk Ike krt fret IH sisted iii) will briinj'you Good Digestion tho countrj as this seems likely to do Tbe pcopl wtr. dllcbu4 wlib It. I Jul and as an encore for. of course vvo. ox (frt(Hri k trt iu jer Cklll ThU and oust tlio' demon Pyspetwin and in- Tho now collection, to be cnllod the iBRkik. pui;M.r.lMil fur k.tw. lU of economic botany, will consist of licet an encom wo have learned 'Annie ckllU hr stall instead Euiiepsy. Wo recommend " lii'lianapolis Sun. tKffntlof wllk lb. Cklll J kitlj,lik rni J"4 tiff of, woods, vego-tabl- o Iloonoy,' ToU lkJ avjiL,! nnJiill rhira. Electric Bitters for Dysmqisia and all specimens of all kinds "drugs, Ilka kMk. 11 fibers, grains und urmtiged ' ,)T. Wt BI1NSOX, M. P. diseases of Liver, stomach nnd Kidneys, so as to illustrate tho processes, Ther. Is fashion in canes as, Well as of inanu . i'ok HA.cn uir feold at fiOc. nnd $1.00 per bottle by G. facturo from tho raw product and the everything elm. Big canca.an'd crooked i .! .hunules Imve.'goue out. und the present TrW. Short, Cloverjwrt, Ky., nnjl J. AT various uses to which each material may" iWplVftT, ft- fiuicy is for curios tolerably slender und bo put, New Orleans Picayune. Witt, Huidiusbiinr. Kv. KY-.l'N- d " with it knob or other finish at tin1 too Breckenridge 'News. ra io Homo Pnpcr fbr Homo Advertisers. What is it in all of ns that gives such a glitter uil'd beauty to'that which is afar ail, und such u bombernes.1 und tameness to tho near by? It U not altogether, nor very much, that wo can the better see Jcfects on account of the closeness of the abject: we Rhonld bo able to see the merits better, too. It is the disposition to undervalue the familiar, the commonus. Now. take a cerplace, that tain class of advertisers. They will hunt ill mound for a medium that is far away, luitc ovoi looking the paper at homo, which they could use with n result much more n.nutuhlc. In many cases, than the arte chosen. Or they will provide "dodg-m- " ami guttersniiK's" that nobody all looks ut for free distribution, shnnees of their being "distributed" in a jingle deliveiy from the bridge over Ureal! i or can.il. Net doubt milch of this jort of advertising matter ha3 met with iuch a fate as this. Bnt the near-b- y newspaper is the medium that ought to bo used. It is an old personal acquaintance of every man in Its voico is familiar the community. and listened for. Its statements ure trusted as those of a Etrauger would not be. Moreover, its circulation is auiong tho very iieople who compose the class from which tho custom desired must be obtained. The home paper is, by all odds, the medium for home advertisers. s Myrjfek Cr, ji T orefor t ivvwm'tnr,"n : 1890-!A FRANK S. 0&OK ; IP. ! th IVIi-OtU- ...l.r, - LUMBE r:Mmo; tf: :r, 4 ifr i ,. i liond-holdc- sash B.iiiirrfiDs -- "EtintaLtes promptly; made; MAIN BET,, 15th IS'tli STS.. LOUISYIL'LE KY;, al L. D. ADDISON v TIME SCHEDUL'E,' 13. fa -. A y ysSSP &jn$7 tTXi No. n: 'SN 'SKJK-- l JSt-a- 1 1 ar V T n IX Ljs & fitted o -- 1 WALTER WOOD t Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes. The Love Sewing Machine. ; County. WIcCLOTHLAN BROS,; - W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE HAND-HICWKII St. Louis, Evansville Handsomest 'Stock of Furniture in the r I 1IAN1-HKW- West and rd s, Iryington, Ky. $3 $2 SHOES Bowmer Hambleton. jfk :ef 7SkgsSm&i 4rr.'w-rL- m so Grove's tasteless Chill WflrttSSPTK- Tonic 'mrjfc ... ir S EVaJisVille, Ind. V "Bj'-''JHaWaWaWIBBalB- z&mmmmm:iam WARRANTED iBr H. W. HERNDON & CO.. the-mus- ic mu-seu- totaee & fien'ral ''! CoimT--f n MBSOHAITTS. . vv ) - -- cloverport, ' - 144 Third St LotjisviliSe;10S:y i M If. - "r J!J-. jWgU"! MMi'tUliiAl'l'! EU imt i ii (1 1. " iitiTmati , U...J-.- : - ;. HaUaWfibl i