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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890060401_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. ,1 M V- - ..V ..... i ffi . ? Mr " " - " "r yy THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. v- s. - CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1890. NO. 45: ri V : r a Wl a 1 m - i. 1 . c : v V . 5 ? K - ff t 'i IK. r, fr t - h it I I '.r of llnViuInd, such as slie liad never before, l'oollsli, U8 she told herself she was to bo so nfrulil, she jet Uittened intently. t' riho heard a strong, grave voice, which fie had feTT fticlfncJ tb pity tliU alio recognised at oneo ns that of Mr. wdnian, who might, for alt her oluptu-ou- s Paul Armstrong, tho family solicitor. Cholera Cure I Then tho servant came hurrying across beautj nnd brfght.'bcsccchlnj? eyes, ' bo mad nnd not nccoUntahlo Vor her Jtho wide, dimly lighted hull. g "Miss rieldlng," sho said, '.'Mr. J actions. wishes t6 liavo a few words with But now anger got tho better" of Ills tender heart, jou and Mrs. Raymond if Voli can spare IFcaVeh tio il&r If her words were bellccd "Ask Mr. Armstrong to corao in at by others! t it ' ilay; nlmosi his wlfo now, would bo once," said May, in a calm Tolco, though her bosom was panting with tho wild taken frrjm him! 4 beatings of her heart; nnd hurrying ,A rigor and' loathing 'took tho placo of across to her guardian sho awakened her compassion for tho IeaUtiful stranger. from her sleep. Ho shook lier off roughly. Mrs.- - Raymond was by no meaty heavy r,I havo'had cnotlgh of this," ho said, I j 1 11 jl 1. -- c . 1.1. 4.I. In a Hard,- - cold yqIco which May Field1 headed, and sho very quickly realised !. WOufd havo found it difficult to visitor had arrived and was desirthata ing ns his. "I havo given you every ous of speaking with her. By tho timo that Paul Armstrong eninformation, and offered moro than most tho room, tall, or dollars worth ot pcoplo'would to ii stranger. I will listen teredkind of manner, whito haired, florid Thousands and sho was fully awake to nd more." chickens die every year from C &nd received him gracefully. ' And ho strode quickly away. It is more fatal to chickens than Tho lawyer sat down near her. Tho woman remained only one mo'all ohcr diseases combined. But the ment on her khecs when she- had poured , Ho was usually quite at his case, as a discovery of a remedy that positively forth her earnest tntreatlesr and then man of the world ought to be, but on this cures Yhas been made, and to be con- occasion ho was just tho reverse. sprang to her feet. no took out his capacious handkerchief, vinced of its efficacy only requires a She, too, had changed, and no onq seetrial. A bottle is enough' for ing that chango would lmvo for an in- wiped his forehead, nu"d, though eager to tell his nows, subsided into tho merest stant imagined her to bo an impostor. one hundred chickens. It ;is guarcommonplaces. Sho had never from tho first appeared s anteed, If, after using of S 8.50 1 Plush Suit Suit three pieces 'Quito unpleasantly hot walking," he , a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly to bo so. -Her manner had been resolulo and said, with a Bprry apology for a Binilc. 13.00 1 Plush Suit . Suit three pieces satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken truthful. "Yes, it must be," said Clare, helping Cholera, return it to the undersigned 15.00 1 Hair Cloth Suit Suit three pieces, nsh "So my dream of happiness is ovcr,"-sh- hiui on, "especially if you nro bearer and your money will be refunded. said, speaking aloud in tho silenco of of any nows which has caused you to -Marble Top Suit 18.50 1 Silk Plush. Suit those solemn woods. "I had hoped that hurry." by 0. W. Short. Cloverport, Kyj .For sale his letter was but tho outcome of somo Walnut Suit 30.00 1 Crushed Plush Suit "Well, that is just it, you see." said sudden resolve. I could not bclicvo'that Paul Armstrong, struggling back into 50.00 1 Combination Plush Suit Walnut Suit -ho Ifad really abandoned me to my fate, his professional c6ursge. "I am' the after all his protestations; after our bearer of news, and very bad nows, and , to any plan In RlnitF Jut. Abo, Baty 22.00 1 Silk Tapestry Suit Oak Suit mcjcjM, buuhi ana uiru Tney. SYHzrrfe iwupqn, uiw ir aiocv wiMiMii prw tern years of love; nfteV tho birth of our I wish any ono else savo myself had had . U a D. dlraet from t. Q, ftttactr'i T 31.00 1 Mahogany Frame Oak Marble Top Suit"" child! Out I will not desist in my entho task of bringing it here. However, 1017, zi w, jtaciMa Iff.. lDiearx 93 w tlO MTtd, Bf n4 f. ttamp for nw eat. deavors. No! I must go on now to tho Guy-M- r. L'Estrungo:-desir- ed it should Moftit, TMjirrttt factory fp Uit wmM. 00.00 1 Fine Walnut Oak Marble Top Suit 01 attrr catatonia too can and oMnTiaM with onn oaiora rai bitter end for my littlo ltoy sake." uu ew, uiiu ins uru la iuw 10 me. Inst tm u- not obliged to bay ... who and pay double. brie for at . . r . . T'." . 1 Fine Tapestry And with theso words sho strode away ana inn worair, roc worn car. wawiiimaia May looked at him with eyes full of suDpliofDpbotstrinf ptuihaa, aandflT It ataiup. SDdth terror. after him. U UrtJ c4 jo Mendi who waol 0x10. UTMtWn una ptptf Sho had scarcely disappeared when "Guy asked Jou to come?" sho bald. another flguro appeared on tho sceno, "O, pray, Mr. Armstrong, do explain! KEVER FiiiLS FLEASflHT TO THE. Suipenso ia far worse than the 'truth', that of Clare Raymond. me! , Tell me, has any accident be.Sho looked white and scared, and her left hand was pressed over her bosom as fallen him?" if in pain. He took her hand and gated at her wistful faco kindly. "Fool that. I am!" she murmured. "Even now, when Fato is working for "You must bo brave, Miss Fielding," mo in every way, 1 seem to have no ho said, "for mjrncwa is vory bad. Mr. courago to wotk things to my own use. L'Estrango is alive and well, but ho is in What sluill I do next? How unravel soro trouble; ho has been arrested now this tangled skein without ossistanoe? calm Miss Fielding, for all is And yet my revenge will bo but a poor bound to como right on a charge of at(uiu uncciuaj van) y" J .Y. d Foyer. Intermittent, Remittent, t!",0111118 ono after all. If he isimanied, all is tempted murder!" -fItlllous and Malarial Fever,-DuAjrue. lostl May Fielding will suffer bitterly; May uttered a gasping cry. Bwomp Fever and all Diseases originating from a Torpid Liver or Malaria. but so, also, alas! shall I." Could this bo true, or was it somo hidPerfectly liarmlcss, contains no Arsenic Even as she spoko a loud, shrill cry eous dream? Guj-- her Guy, her beor Quinine and can bo Riven to Uia tnokt echoed through tho delicate, person with perfect safety. woods, a cry as of trothed husband arrested on so foul a charge! It seemed impossible. An a Tonic for Tired Feellnp, Loss of some one imploring help. Headache, Nervoua Depression rnd Clare gave ono starled look lound, At first tho world soocuyd swimming, owSpIrlUorlglnatlnsfromSIalaria.ltBtands hesitated a moment, and then, brulo at lound with her; then, catching sight of ,iono and without a Parallel. IIUC:e, by 81.00 gmeraUy.Xlottlo. last, plunged into the thick plantation a look on" Clare's faco 'which sho had Scld Druwitti where the two had 'disappeared'and folnover seen before a look of malignant low od them. triumph-sh- o J. C. MENDENHALL & CO., roused herself. out roonunons, ii. "Tell mo all, Mr. Armstrong," she xna., v. q. a. ErAjrsni.zE, .An influx of visitors had prevented said, "I will not interrupt you again." SOLD AND WAURANTKD 11Y 219,-221tho proposed pony drive; and Claro RayBriefly 'tljen ho narrated What 'had mond, impatient of disappointment, and happened in tho woods; tho claim which with a mind inflamed by resentment, tho strango woman had made upon him; It you call or write the advertisers mention this paper. had slipped on her walking things and his hurried departure homo and'tho subquitted the house. sequent finding of "tho woman in thej Never for ono moment had sho wood, severely wounded. , citify ir3v Wd any discovery was awaiting "But is that all?" asked 'Maj;, clasping and unclasping her hands, and looping her in Lockley woods, Vv pv7 ? Dut fato plays straugo tricks. at them witlrwlld, staring eyes. "Did 3 Sho choso that way as if impellcU to ho 6end me no message?" so against her w ill, for it was not n do "Ay, that ho did, my dear," said Paul favorite walk of hers. Armstrong, placing his hand on her shoulITS As!c f--r catnlojiif And sho had found what? der and bending over her tenderly. 'Ho TERRY M'F'G CO.. I . ashvillc, Tenn ballo you bo of good clicer, for all would The timo passed drearily for May. uoni At dinner Mrs. Raymond had a head- bo well; that you wero to believe him in8ioo.o3.TrT3 kvonbwiitirnEib Jwtlch In the wwld. rtrlicl ache, and Clare was pale, silent and al- nocent of overything; that ho had never timtkwprr Uamatdbarrt sot ip cold noaiitta; caMa, together "mysterious and stupfd," as seen tho woman beforo in all Ills life,' and magazine, with u, Both ladlfi'ABd gani 1 alitf, 1 vaneJ on J ex cilltnl coultnti, is a itnirj May told ler laughingly. with worka andeaiaa of that no blow from him had struck her aual Ttlut, Onc riUOHla U itself. After dinner Mrs. Raymond won't to down. 'As long as 'May thinks mo Innotub localllr can tceuM o It w,ii indeed a hafjiy thought to print ,iit IVa. tothcr wllb out Ltrra sleep in a capacious chair In tho drawing cent,' ho said. 'I can bear up through and valuable llnooflliMtBehvId entire njvet in each number. .mplc T)im Mpla.ai wall room, Claro subsided into thepages of a all.'" AW ii short novelette, tut a long story such iho watch. et free. All tht work to "HUtto to thoaa wbo cll your I will go to my room." stamod do la "I think ibow what wi atnd roa novel, and May, pretending to do so likeat you ire used tJ gt in iovionu oW.ir ' Wcnda and nctghbora and tlioaa about you thl alwajl fwUl from one ifofir to one dollar and it halffor, wise, lay on a couch idling with her book mered May, attempting to rise. laTaloablftradaruriu.whUhboMaforyrarawbanoneaatarttd, and tbu w aro rrpakl. Wi iiay all ciprtaa, fraifbt, ttc.' Aftr Not only th it. tut with each number jou ye But tho effort was too much former; and looking up every flvo minutes a tho to work for ua.Hu co you know nil. If you would Ilka to r anabnn i nee of other contributions, wt i h g te arn from 0 to MOO par week and opwardl AddraM, hands of tho clock which ticked so softly, us sho 1030 tho room seemed to turn you a food m tgaune hesidi s the not el. Ktluaou as Co.. Box M 1 JB, Portland, Mulne. round with her, and sho fell Insensible bo aggravatingly slowly, as sho thought, The ringing biotas which hat t been strurl , into the )awyer's"arms. thegitexoiy of popular favor, haxe resouna j IF 0U ARE GOING TO PAINT USE on tho mantelpiece. throughout tht entire land, and to day I ipp i Willi tho uia ofitJJarOjand a servant, Guy had promised, to spend two hours colt's Magttine stmds in the front rant BLUE GRASS with them that night; his usual lime Mrs. Raymond contrived, "after a 'few monthly fiublicationt, and is the moil wide! was half past 8 when he did not conio to moments, to bear tho fainting girl to her And the re.xdii'ud-- f ithed of public ttion of Us ti d in I fell inienaible Into thr laieyer'a world, for full descriptive clrcu an, add dinner, which at tho lodgo was served own chamber, from which Claro quickly arm. House . m. ic.azinb, miadd, rcturned "Tliitl Is famous," said tho lawyer, punctually at 7. ; uiTixco . "This Btory has proved a terrible rubbing his hands. "You share her senIt was now half past 0. $3 00 per year. 35 els. single numb, r Suits former prices $18.00 now $15.00 "What can bo keeninsr Guy?" cried shock to her, Mr. Armstrong," sho said, timents and mine, of course?" Manufactured by The publisher of this paper wilt receive .1 15.00 12.50 "though it is 03 well sho heard it as she every way. 1 feel suro that Guy 'pettubscrtption. May at last, flinging asido her book "In 12.00 IO.0P did from your lips. Sho must haye L'Estrange is innocent," replied Mrs. ulantly; "ho waa never lata before.", 10.00 8.25 Raymond. and, 'perClaro glanced over at tho Bpeakcr with learned tho facts , 8 00 6.00 "And Miss Raymond?" , look which May could n6t ''fathom; it haps, not in Bo'delicato a way." a LOUISVILLE, KY. mi a cornea 7.00 r tin 5.00 ii in ma Tho shrewd lawyer, accustomed to The lady of tho lodgo averted her was a strange took, half pity, half' triftKNi'ri. 5.00 3.75 aei I nOur rarUittviart read character, had not passed unnohead. umph. ttitrlil. lolittrinlucrour th t il nl nnr-i"My daughter Is tod upset even to talk "Odd and unaccountablo tilings hap- ticed tho strange looks which liod crossed t u(4 rli r tont t will irndi it kk Six 'styles Men's Wash Satinets tonxK r xmh in itcn i trtutv, i pen sometimes," sho 'saldv "You I sec, Claro's faco a9 l.o was telling UIj' Lad over tho matter," she said. "Sho has reFor Saljj by , IIKFII VHI IHV.T tihv Suits, worth $6.00 will sell for the & tiutnt nerio mkt aurniiii . tt Guy said ho was going to Barchestek- on narrative. tired to her rooui." tMrblUrl AlljrMMrtlodalil next 60 days at $3 50, buw our l 10 "What is your opinion of it all, Miss business, and it may havo proved ijioio lo "Ah!" wa3 tho lawyer's short but CYl2?' h rll TOtjMHrbbort tti A full line Men's and Youths' q4 th4t iroundyoa raeaningrcjolftder. ,lGocd night, Mrs. tedious than ho imagined. No doubt we Raymond?" ho asked abruptly. , Tb bt KiDbUr of lltft odd Pnnts. Sho answered by another question! Raymond. If I hear any good news, 1 shall have news of him soon." ahoA tbi mall and of tha tela raa tkaafparauceffirMut4to teop, Tta foUoiflnrcvt Also a full line in all sizes of the "Are you our family solicitor as well will bo over." There was a mocking ring in her celebrated Bull Dog Jeans Pants. Guy had told his aunt the adventure, voice, and a mocking light in her oye3 us as Mr. L'Estrango's, tho ono upon whom Dealer in Drugs, Chemicals, Faints, sho spoke, which Youths, Boys' and (Jhildrcn'sSuits at ditiscr time, and they were wonderwas iulcu&cly Inltat-ing- " fie depends to provo his innocence?" Kami tha Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass. nrlarttabttlk. "Certainly!" cried Paul Armstrong ing what Its meaning could be, when a Kcpt.ii flftUth la eair tor arry. WIlia a rratad.lMtiUalcttlt to May. at oncfifth oil of original price. will alio ahow you bow you aa IB 1 0 a day at leaat, from tha lUrt.with- CLOVERPORT, KY. a to - "What is tho matter, Clare?" cried tho decisively. "I am his legal adviser, as (servant entcied with tho news that a tan mtkt frum Heitar wrlu at onca. Wa Mr all aiprtaa eharcci. Childrcns' Knee Pants 24c, 33c. iperlanea young girl. "You speak so oddly and I was his father's beforo him, and shall woman had been found nearly murdered AdJrtaa, HALLLTT CU U01 MttU, VQiTLAVV,! 40c, 57c. look so oddly, ono would iniagtao that movo heaven and earth to prove him in tho woods. Men's and Boys' Hats very cheap nrTDMT innocent of this svuii itn Tho chief constable, accompanied by you were, the depositary of sonio LfiinUll Stfcl 'lacklo Illock Men'a Shoes worth Sho gazed at hltn'with a strango and two of his men, had brought tho nows, secret in regard to Guy, thought should $1.00 $3.35 HALF TUK COST of hoisting saved x I ' to Storekeepers, Butchers, I'urmeri, " and desired 'to sco Mr. L'Cstrange. t " scarcely think, He would cWdosVyou' for Inscrutable look. 3.00(32.25 MaoMnlMs, BuilJers, Contractors and J aIn that case, Mr. Armstrong,", sho Guy at onco hastened to meet him in " " suclra purpose. ' 2.00 1.05 Others. Admitted to be tho greatest " Sho spoke with mi Irritability quite said, "I would ndviso you to'leaVe. mo tho hall. " 1.50 1.20 Improvements EVER made in taskle Ho found them awaiting him with foreign t6 her nature, but b1io felt' an- and my opinions out of tho'matter alto- -' blocks. Frdjht prepaid. Writs for 'SWkE CURE FOR' I ' ' very grave faces. gethor. Good night." These goods call be had in any noyed .by Clare's manner and looks. catalogue, And with a low bow, which uecmed to ' "'I'liis Is a Bad business Mr, Merlon," style. "Well, it would certainly not bo likely FULTON IRON & ENGINE WKB he cald. "Surely it cannot bo 'that whilo lfef majesty tWbrld&elect was in hayo a pico"of mockery in it, sho swept-froEitab. 1852, 10 Brash Bt., Detroit, Mich, One lot Men's Biogans. worth ' ,. . U10 room. haudsomo girl I met in tho woods toKilghed Cfare; ' thflandof ,th $1.25 at 75c. " " 1'ho lawyer mused, a moment ero'he day?" '''but, really, jou "must learn to bo reaFor 30 Years a Success. . Ludlet' Button Shoos (Dungola) north $3.50 "Hush!" cried tho chief constablo, sonable. Gdy niay jest about being tiijd uiougiii 01 taking msjdeparture. ' Road IhU Tonllumiiy the i 2.75 "That girl knows mora than 'sho cares raising his hand. "My duty is hard to your nprdn Strhigr butidark mc , he . II " JJJQ Tirv for Vourkcir. enough; don't muko it worso by incrimis tho lost man In "tho world (o put the to confetis," ho muttered. "Well, well, Pfojirinlon Ailte tunny tetter lilt thtt : 2.00 t It's no U30 going' in for inating j'oursolf.". .' , ' 11 . 11 .1 theory into practice." , 2p0 .BETTER THAN QUININE. Guy drew back with a haughty gesscohow May was about to inako a'somcv hat Wo will wait and ,e 1.65 Wr.JI.Hjj Kets'onC Dpn)y , I.D0 angry reply, when a loud ilng eWded tho affair go-- is off beforo the magistrates ture. " ArK.,ay: "loan oertiry to the ft1J0 "Incriinlnato myself! Sir, 1 do not at tho hall door, followed by an impatient to morrow. Dear 1110! I wish souiejono that Uugbes' Tono It the belt chill " 1.25 tnti j I evec tried. I contidor It better you." j knock. OS would comoidown. I can't go back to understand than quinine," "I am sorry to say, Mr. L'Edtrange," "That is not Guy's' ring or knock," tliat poor felow wlthoat aay message at CURES CHRONIC CASES. resaid tho constable, still gently, foHio cried May, springing A full linco'fmiisscs', Children a somowhat all.' Mr,U. W. MoOonald, Lxurel till) spected tho master of the park, and had pulo frtco. v and Babyf bhocs1 all at reduced After a little longer Svaltlng he 'was had reason to know his kindness, "that Mli , write t ''Your Hughe' Tonlo fjr chllU and fever ha never flled yet, prices. "Nof bujit may bo amessage from relieved by the appearance ef Mrs. Ray- I havo a warrant hero for your arrest and I biro fold it tau number of ehro-n- u him or abut him," said Clart'J wih a mond, All Bleached and Btown Domesfor tho attempted murder of Ruth Talomti, It curoi tbeih ovcry tlue significant look that was lost upon May, tic Cottons at manufacturers prices VHow is Mss Fielding?" he Inquired. bot, your, wife, Tho lady states that mm f.M H .1 t.Bl for 8I10 had quickly crossed the room, "Better,-- 1 hope well enough to send a you married her sorao-twj ears ago un and, opening the door, stood listening, message? I reaUy don't like the idea of PRICE SLOP PER BOTTLE. der that assumed natuo; that somo timo At any other time she would ave facing Guy unless I can carry him a since Small-Size-, 50 Cents. you fv'ft her'fn Ldndon, saying you ' laughed at the idea of listening because word of comfort" 3fi in. Ilenrlellai all new shades' worth 35 ! would be buclrWbnr'tliat through acci- 25 lRri'Al)KD BV an Unusually loud knock had echoed Mrs. Raymond smiled through ' her 40 InSerge all Woo new shades worth 00 (u) had come Jdntwie discovered tliat-yoROIINSON - PETTET COM through the house. teRrS. j ! m. nithert4'that yeu-me- t rouUylllo, ICy. , "Tell him,," But (tha,swuted to be infected by the "that May aMd and she Implored youh'er'in the woods, Mohairs aiid laiest stylo worth 50 (0a to return to her. Fpr Sale by Dm fgUU, , saute kiad of .presentiment which Imd assurances of her ooplete lore jand Ql. Cashmeres at Topular pitco', ' (TO BE CONTINUED.) sciztMl upon Guy L Estrange. Sira,wlll bej in court truU F, " At the Hrut sound she had felt a flut- if posslbla, and all thejaouutryalde shall ANattee the label oh your paper Utttf Ji F.F. Subscribe for the BiiECKKxrunoE Nkwh. ee U 'Hr flute expire ihln HHHth. tering of th heart and a wild sensatlofl know that her faitk in him U unbounded." CURE'S REVENGE CHICKEN. OUR OLD KENTUCKY HOME! 27,000 Square Feet on One Floor v t- - Arm-Btron- Why do we let it go neglected for the want of Furniture and Carpets, when one from our County has the Largest Store and Stock in Louisville. 4 i. rec-ognl- You should see our Carpets, Lace Curtains, Straw Matting and;' Oil ClotirDepartment. Just the place, tor .Bargains, and for our JBreckenndge friends to furnish pieir Jionesv " u one uuetipesL to tiie r Hum liiiest, lor wie ricn ana poor. Tr--Jr u v.fl . $50,000, FURNITURE ALL ON ONE FLOOR ! iol-er- a. - 50-cen- Bed Room and Parior Suits. S27J50 two-third- 320 32.00 48.50 45.00 50.00 75.00 80.00 '""fiiv . mmm :w 85.00, 100.00 . be-llo- BEST FOLDING BEDS & LOUNGES. COME We are headquaiters for Cook Stores, Mattrasses, Chairs, .Rockers, Wardrobes, Book Cases, Desks, Pictures, Hanging Lamps, Mirrors, Sideboards, &c, &c. AND SEE OH WRITE TO US. on Earth. We will sell you Carpets and Furniture the Month of June cheaper than any House Por PITTSER, BLACK , CO., Block Goods, vu : Henriettas Wool and Silk Woofs, Drap De Alma, Helvetia, Solid Rajs, c ant! Nuns Veiling at t educed Bcn-galin- Gr. "W. shokjo: 223, 225 and 227 West Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. TyLg.iBtW m 5!.m G'ASES. r'xcorrs , Oeo.Yeakel Go pi ices, all Silk. BIk. Lace for Drec " worth $2.00 $I.2S 05 1.50 mmimm) nmmm mm mm jpn CUT ' 1.40(a) BIk. Nets for Dresses worth .... 2.50 RATE STURE Brandenburg, Ky. A big assortment of Embroideries Jackonet and Swiss, also Hemstitch We are headquarters for these goods and will sell you them cheap. ci 111:111 any one else. Mjlhi ' tc"' Dress Ginghams. the market, Renficw, Stodards and fancy. Normandies in stripes and plaids. Chambravs nlain mnl striped. Scotch Zephyrs nnd French Ginghams all at the lowest prices. We call the attention of the trade to the fact that we now have the tidiest line of Dress Ginghams in Faints, rrs Note Our Prices YaL Slatz' Sons, GALLON $1.25 PER ((.I.IorUg. HUGHES' . 31 S3 lar-f- White Goods. Plain worth 20 .15 12 10 i '15 12K 10 m ckm1 " " Strlpo and Check worth, 10, 8 15 "mW island 8K Hosiery. In Builington Fast Black, very 500 pair Misses and assorted sizes, solid and striped, full regular made worth cheat). Chil-dicnsllos- e, " 20, 25 10 c. V- A Full Una of Notions. 50 5 1 " r Two doitn Sofety Tins Four Bars Toilet Soap Ono doten Cedar Lead Pencils.. Fifty Slate Pencils ,...,5' 5 lt mm And a gicat many Novelties, Notions and Shelf Hardware and11 Tinware to be found on our 0, hi 5 Cent Counters. up-witt- i i Gome and See Us '' ' o Dress Goods. u mm&co. "CUT RATE T J At WI, I she-sald- & ' JM r Brandenburg, Tjm -- -- ( K ' sAfizJfc;: zy? s farX JS .- - j, ar. kilrr 19. 8Brc? 10 0 b V c lr. ROCKVALE. it not been for k dog thnt was Bitting in tho door way recclvinjrpart of the load, T'io Indian ftcg(mt.-iit-. Miss Jennie Cooper is hot so well. - AiBitNorresp'iit the child would probably have been John T. Dllta, of I ran luross Frank Bennett, killed. A little negro boy sitting at tho Mr Joo Jones is on the uick list. WKDNlvSDAY.dTNE 4, 18SK). Indian ic-.- . 1 for the deparmcut of New to be n fine table eating received one stray shot in The grape crop promises Moxico, i , tue Astor Notice Crunk has Mrs. Ell Dcano is convalescent. Uhskluvillk, Ky., is a town of about one. JNO.D.BABBAGE tin the leg. Mr. Owings was shot just n litMiss Maggie Moorman is in Louisville. had, perhaps, move Indian i.vco Ingov r,000 Inhabitants, nml local option carsouthwest than unyofth. t4..".cl Mr. Sam Fowler was in tho city last tle below the knee, and his leg from Sat unlay. ried there Inst Tho BwHch nt Rock A'nlc will soon be enimont scouts, Al Beilier, o." Ar'5.o:.a, not I... St. I.. & T. l.ocnl Time Card. the knee down to tho ankle was black week. excepted. He served under H".' "h. Duel, 0.55 a.m. Mall anil Express going Kast fronV with shot. Only a few years ago ho got completed. Miss Nellie Lewis has returned a.m. -- .11.31 Wot Forsyth and Crook from tho li.ua Vietorio The headquarters of tho Democratic will now in it". Dent Is in tho neighborhood Mr. S. tho same leg broken, and it 5.50 p.m. " Kiut school. Express broke out in 1880 until Crook tracked the w ill hereafter time before he on buisincss. 55 p.m. State Central Committeu Wed all probability lo some. " Apaches into Mexico and broke them up. 0. P. Babbagc, Clovenort, was in town t.11.23 n.m. be at Louisville, with Col, John 11. Cat" Knit. Mixed will be ablo to get out again. Mr. and Mrs. Jolly Meador are visiting He is. now engaged iu mining, being in9.59 a.m. tleman as chairman. ' West week. Hon. M. C. Alford last , Mrs. Jessie Owen. j terested in several claims in New Mexico haH resigned and will lecome a candi, Mr. Will Smith, of Wolf Creek, was BEWLEYVILlfE. . Mrs. Houston of Nelson Co., is visiting1 and Arizona, undds hero, oubu.siness con DEMOCRATIC. TICKET. date for Lieutenant Governor. -in town Monday. uocted with them. Speaking of thcropo-s- i Sirs. Mary Deane. For County Judge, Tboi. Adkisson. to tion to form a regiment of Lid-Many persons at a distance from tho Mr. Jess L. Miil in was down from the Dr. and Mrs. It. T. Dcmster nre'ln Ow- lie a part of tho regular army, now under For County Attorney, Jndgn Milton Hoard. CoNdiiEss has been asked to mako an city Sunday airing'hlmself. Store on learning the wonderful efCash consideration by the war department, ho Powder sold by it, ensboro this week. appropriation of $250,000 for the erection For County Clerk, J. E. Monarch. Dr. Moody, of Loui&vsllo will preach fects of tho Condition Tho gallant A'ictor sighs for one glanco said: of a monument to Gen. Grant. Such an nearest druggist or merchant go to their For Sheriff, J, S. DeJornette. at the Haptist church Sunday. "If Indians are enlisted u system of appropriation would soem right and call for Condition Powder, nnd when from those dark eyes. For County Sup't of School, Jaa. W. Miller. tactics and discipline must be adopted had a very fine hog and Mr. Jim Fowkr benefit they deuse it and get no Miss Florence Moorman is visiting her different from that of any legiinent we projicr, but will there bo any funds left For Jailer, John Slaton. tmin last week at Wcldon. they whole thing as a humbug. mother in Owenslioro. in the treasury when Uncle lien and the killed by the have in the regular service, or there will liis nounce the For County Assessor, l.en Cxsbman. . Geo. Rieman is at Louisville with pension raiders get tlirotigh ? Such was the caso with Mr. F., who got The AVedding Bells will soon, chime lie a mutiny before many moons. Tho For Coumy Surreyor, F. M. C. Jolly. x? , father, who has been sick for somo time. a tiling entirely different from that sold Indian character is opposed to restraint, for our Rock Lick corcstiondcnt. and an army lifo is ono oi buch dull For Coroner, W. R. Pendleton. We have failed to hear, Miss Anna Lyddan and brother, by the Cash. $100 Howard. $100. t 5Irs. Dr. Raker, of Hanlinsburg, made routine us would drivo an Indian crazy. v George, of Webster, sient Thursday in out of tho largo quantity sold, of a single It is true that tho scout companies which n flying visit to her old homo last week. TO OUIl COItltr.Nl'ONUUNTft. The readers of the Biieckexuieoe town. caso where tlicro has not been a great Get the news and get all the news and News will be pleased so learn that there Ono of our fair maidens object to Mr. served untlcr Hutch, Buel, Morrow and rebenefit where tho powder has been fed Misses Kva and Maud Ilerndon Crook did well, but they were wisely From Dana's is at least one dreaded disease that sci- turned home last Friday night from liberally. nothing but the new Mr. S. says that when ho AVick DcIIavcns's sailing so soon for Iresubjected to little or no discipline. It ence has been able to euro in all its was go us yon please. Our scout combought the powders and made ona pack- - land. Celebrated Maxim In Journalism. scool. stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Capanies were nominally commanded by a got Mrt Beelersays ho admires the.Goshcn Thos. S. Coleman is building a ago last two weeks for' 75 chickens he Mr. tarrh Cure is the only positive cure now lieutenant of cavalry t who had with him A FEW FACTS FOR THE FARMER. multiplied tho dose girls very much but is afraid of the wedhouse for Rhody Thornsbury down near no licncfit, when ho Ca"known to the medical fraternity. a chief of scouts, who acted as interby 10, his fowls commenced improving at ding bells. Sirocco. preter as well, and, as a rule, tho Indians There are two paper? published in tarrh being a constitutional disease, ; some that were so far gone ; Mr. Chas.A.Hland is visiting in E'town led the whito men, not ho whito men and son, Walter, Lou once saved Mrs. Jas. Cosby a constitutional treatment. Hall's New York City for foreign circulation nnd Nelson County but he finds it hanl the Indiana. There is hardly .a clmuce Mr. II. C. that he had to cram tlicm. only. One is the American Mail and Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting Angeles, Cab, are visiting Mrs. II. says she received great benefit to say good-by- e or any further Indian troubles, anyhow. to Edna Earl. Kxjmrt Journal, which can only Iks ob- directly upon the blood and mucous sur Rawiings. saved some of her fowls by cramiilg.-Mr- . Mr. AVillie Owen and Misses Mattie, If there bd any outbreak it will bo as for beyond and There was nothing, of interest tained from a foreign country, and tin? faces of the system, thereby destroying years back in the southwest, nnd what II. says his chickens wcro dying rapiother is The Kngineering and Mining the foundation of the disease, and giving the usual run of the docket in the coun dly up to the time he commenced the Jake, Nannio and Lillio Owen are in use could tho bo called 'civilized Indians' Louisville, visiting Mrs. John' Otter. of the Carlisle school bo in that region? Journal, which is not sold in this coun- the patient strength by building up the ty court Monday. use of.the powder nnd that they were assisting nature in doA certain young man nt this place is I do not believe a right practical Indian to cured without the loss of another binl. try, but can be obtained by any person coiibtitutiou and Mr. Jas. Osborne, Guston, came fighter willlndorse the scheme certainly writing for it. These papers give the ing its work. The proprietors have so our town Satunlay instead of luisville Mrs. McC. wouldn't be without it, feeds hoping for a double portion of the Fish- not Gnu. Miles, who has very pronounced prices of farming implements made by much faith in its curative lowers, that to see the show. it to her fowls regularly, saved some of er estate when the "Dutch" are robbed. opinions on the subject" Now Vork American mills, us sold in this country they offer One Hundred Dollars for any Mr. and Mrs. AVill Moorman are in Ow- Star. D. C. I'usey went to Louisville last her fowls by forcing it down them after Dr. and abroad, and in all cases the retail case that it fails to. cure. Send for list Friday to accompany Ids daughter, May they were to far gono to eat it, all healthy enslioro tlds week. Mrs. Moorman will go prices for foreign countries are lower of testimouals. from there to visit her parents, at MillAn English syndicate, with Lord Bras-se- y now and laying finely. I)., home from school. and Lord Richard Grosvenor at its wholesale prices for Ameri- Address, F. J. Ciie.vev & Co., Toledo, 0. than the Mrs. J. says she feeds it regular wood, Ky. Henry Martin and daughter, Miss Car CQySold by Druggists, 75c. head, is about to turn Brussels into a can dealers. Mr. l.inilqiii.st, of Cornell wouldn't be without it for double the Ono of our young ladies lias decided seaport by building a canal and three rie, of Pittsburg, are visiting h'w brother-in-laUniversity, lias tabulated many thoucost, got on Satunlay 3(1 and on Sunday that it is not well to walk alone through Immense basins. The canal will be large Joseph Silt.. sand of these discount sheets, and for 52 eggs, thinks the. amount of eggs life's journey, and in the future will lean enough to admit ships of 1,000 tons. HAR01NSBURG DEPARTMENT. Mrs. J. L. Fairleigh was in Louisville the benefit of the considerate farmer we niece, Miss gathered varies with the feeding of the upon a Ried. last week to see her new will mention a few of the articles used powder. When she fails to feed it for a V. K.IIAIIIIAftF. ntlltnr Florence Allen Fairleigh, by him and the price he has to pay comshort time the eggs fall ofT, and increase pared with that paid by foreigners: Mr. Win. Dichett, of St. .Martin, was again after feeding it. Mr. I), says six of GARFIELD. TIME TABLE No. I. JCutt I'otiml in town Monday and spoke very diseour-agingl- y Ids had cholera, were cured by two libeWttt Ilomul Cl'l.TlVATOItS, I'ltOTKCTI.II 45 Kl.lt CKNT. The sick people are nil convalescent. Home Foreign DAILY KXCKPT of the wheat and oat crop. IMII.T KCKrT ral feeds of the powder. Mr. B. says the ' SUNDAY. STATIONS. SUNDAY. Wheel hoe cultivator. . $11.00 S 8.40 --TRE- ES Mr. AVill Hensley was in town TuesGentlemen from different sections of same In reference to Ids hogs. 11.30 a.u.Lv r. 9 00 a.u Irrlngton 0.75 All steel cult'r w ith w heel 8.00 day. who were in town Monday, the county, These arc oil reliable and thrifty peo8 55 Irvington Junction 11.35" IIAKCS AM) TKDDEItS IMIOTECTKK 15 rat 12.40 report a good prospect for fall apples. 8 00 Garfield The AA'heelers nro building a new ple, all of wjiosc names will bo given in iu CENT. 1.05 7.30 Ilarned Messrs. Jus. A. Harris, Julo Griflin, full if desired. This valuable food medi- store house. 1.30 r.u.Ar Hardinsburg Lv. 7.09 a.u Chieftain hay tedder . $51 MX) Ss 15.50 W. II. Miller and l- - P. Morton start out cine is no humbug but n thing that every Dr. AVnrfield and family are visiting in 14.21 15.00 ijck lever rakes census of this one who owns any kind of stock cannot Ekron this week. Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherry Look out for bargains at llcanl & lleel-ler'- tlds week to take the 1'I.OWN I'KOTKCTKII 45 KEIl CENT. county. nffonl to be without it. 19 cents Price Mrs. Duggons, who has been quite &c. Full lino of small Fruits &r cut . .$ 5.(i0 $ 5.04 Chilled nine-inc- h In the election of town officers here over the counter, 25 cents by mail. Ad sick, is convalescent. Two-gan52.112 5S.80 Mrs. 11. L. Duncan, of Cloverport, is in plows Fall 1890. "Write for special prices CASH STOKE. Monday, the nice for marshal was very dress Mr. M. M. Bcwiey, of Guston, was visthe city visiting Mrs. Daniel. kllOVEl.s l'ltOTMTKl) 45 I'KII l EXT. Hugh Green and William Bewieyville, Ky, iting friends on lots. It will pay you o buy close between Cait steel per dozen ... $ !.20 $7.80 here Sunday. We have for Side the new Pan AmeriSebastian. All other "protected" goods in proporROCK LICK, can CoU'ee pot. Heard & Heeler. Miss Nannie Board is visiting relatives your trees at home. Messrs. Hob and John Owings, of The foreigner pays no more tion. in Hanlinsburg this week. Something new and novel in White All stock warranted truotonamo. . Excursion Satunlay ! freight than the American; sea rates arc goods at llcanl & Heeler, call and ex- Wolf Creek, were up Monday to see Mrs. Mnnnie Gregory is visiting her Mr. Tom Robertson has returned from Ike, who was accidentally their brother, cheap. The protectionists presume to amine them. father, Mr. D. R. M. Smith. Louisville. shot last week. deny this, but it is not to be deCLOVEOPOaT, KY. Wedding Hells. The L. II. & W. took about seven hunMr. Milton Boanl, Jr., of Hanlinsburg, nied. It is no theory, but stubborn facts The Madden men seem to be very Mr. J, Allen Dean and sons, of pwons-bordred people to Louisville last Sntunlay to was visiting here Sunday. with which the farmer can acquaint jubilant over Longmoor's success. Their who 'have beeiivisiling at Glen Miss Lola Morton left Tuesday for Necents see Uai mini's circus. himself if he will send twenty-flv- e lole was not long enough to knock the Our ladies custom made Shoes and persimmon, but they took the next one Deanc, have returned home. braska to visit her brother. to the Kngineering and Mining Journal Mr. James Dean has returned from f r a copy of the Kxjtort Supplement, or Slippers are nice, and warranted to give to it. Mrs. Marvel Bewley, of Ekronrwastho Louisville. , have a friend in some foreign country satisfaction. llcanl & Heeler. guest of Dr. AVarfield and family last Mrs. AV, II. Richanlson, of Louisville, visit-ingj- n Dr. H. T. Dempster ami wife are Heard & Heeler are selling Ginghams was summoned here last Thursday night send him one of these papers. If this is week. Owensboro. strictly legitimate, and if these mill own- and I.UWUS us cheap as Calico and Calico Oil account of illness of licr nuslwnii. Mr. AV. S. Beanl, Of Hanlinsburg, was :o:o: Mr. Vic Robertson has returned from ers are wanting protec tion to benefit the cheaper than ever before known. the guest of Mrs F. M. Board and family He was able to return to the city with Louisville. hj rirtue of Execution Not. 2I0S and 2107 Why are secrecy? farmer, why this Mr. W. H. Howmeraud wife and Mr. her the next day. dlrecred to me, which Ittued from the Clerk's Mr. Jeff Owen, who has been very sick Sunday. these papers not sent out to the Amer- A. H. Skillman and wife were in the city Office the lireckeoridge Circuit Ditto lias withdrawn is now convalescent. Mrs. Ida Fryudre, of Ekron, nftcr n favor off Hrtckenridge Dank against Court, in Mr. Thos. II. The ican farmers. These mill owners hire Monday to attend the funeral service of Planlilg Mil! A Munufg Co., .to. from the nice for the Constitutional ConMiss Jakie Owen has returned from days visit to her parents, returned homo politicians to go about telling the Amer- Miss Hee llowiuer. or one of mj Deputies, will, on field open to Owensboro, but we think she intends re- Tuesday. .. I, vention. This leaves the ican farmer how much they are interMonday, the 16th day of June, 1890, On account of the illness of Miss Judge Woolfolk, who was nominated be- turning soon for a longer stay. Skill-maMisses Eula Miller and Sallie ested in his welfare, while they are re- Blanche Heard 12 o'clock M., and 4 the hrun the Dramatic Entertainof Hanlinsburg, were the guests of betwten P. M., at the of Mr. C. A. Viand is visiting relatives in tailing to foreigners 25 to 10 per cent, ment which was set for the 11, 12 and fore the primary. Court houte door in o'clock Misses Nannie and Katie Board Saturday A good many of the town boys and Hanlin county. County of Breckenridge, Ky., cheaper than they sell at wholesale to l.'Sth of this month, has been postponed to Public Sale, to the highest bidder the and Sunday. boys from the country took passage on dealers that supply their own counthe Hon. Tico Jolly has returned, from following property, (or 10 much thereof aa may until the 18, II) and 20th. Miss Hlauche the City of Owensboro Thursday night Frankfort. Mrs. Katie Jones Beard nnd two be neceiaury to tatlafy the amount of the trymen. When will our farmers learn is the organist and her presence is Plaint ff'a debt, Interest and coats), to wit : for Louisville to see Harnum's circus that they can't afford to protect these Mr. Joe Howard met with quite a sad charming littio daughters, of HanlinsA certain, lot or part of lot Ho. 35, corner of to the success of the enter- Friday. burg, were visiting her aunt, Mrs. F. M. 3d A' Cheatnut streets, City of Clo erport, Ivy., sharks who are so directly opposed to tainment. accident on returning from Louisville. Wool-folacquired by the Cloverport Planing Mill A Messrs. C. R. Wathcn, Judge the farming interests of our country? He fell from the car and badly fractured Boanl, last week. Manuf'g Co., from Wiley A J,ewis, consisting Miss Hee How mer, daughter of Jim, It. every farmer who wishes to satisfy R. II. Nevitt, A. W. Morenien, P. his neck, last accounts ho was doing well of ground, building and a Planing Mill comII. Uowmer, died at her residence here K. Malin, John Hanlin and Paul Huron himself in regard to these facts take uo plete, engine, boiler, belting, pulleys, line A lu it Smalt Craft. Mr. George Abernathy, who has been man's won, but study the foreign adver- Sunday night. Miss llowiuer was sick attended the convention in Louisville A London paperof April',1 says: A aba ting, planer, rip saw, matcher, and all on the L. II. & AV. for tho past year has scroll saw, cut off suw, turning lathe tisements of the mill owners themselves- - but a few days. Her death was un- last week. good deal of excitement w:is' oxlubited other machinery and fixtures Also, lot of returned to his home in Alabama. expected, and consequently a sad event rough lumber, about 3UQ0 feet, and a lot of along the Thames, on Wednesday mornThe farmers sicak very discouragingly to the community and her friends geneMeCracken's special train passed over ing, by the arrival at Millwall of Capt. moulding, stair rails, Ac. of llrcckcnridge Tim l'epublicans, oat crop. They say that some DEnT: , of of tho the line last Thursday. Snndsvall, a Norwegian sailor, who bad $1000.00 Int. from Aug. 15th, 1889 1 county who are so bitterly opj.ioM.-- to rally. She was about eighteen years is causing many kind of insect or rust age and just entering into womanhood. 310.00 " Mcht 19th, 1890 f Mr. Tom Butler is visiting Miss Lon succeeded in crossing tho North sea in a primary elections and who denounce fields to turn red and die. There was small boat. The littio craft, which is 177.20 " Aug. flth, 1889 Coala $8.05 every one held by the Democrats here, but a small crop sown this spring, con- Dean. named tho "Vigten," is only 15 feet from levied upon aa the property of The Cloverport Bucklen's Arnica Salve. should read the following from the SomMr. Frank Dean went to Owenslioro stem to stern, with 4 feet breadth nf Planing Mill A Manut'g Co. sequently it will be poor and short. The best salve in the world for cuts, TERMS made on a credit of erset Itepublican, in a county where boain. It is covered in with a kind of three months, Sale will be approved security renot arrive here last week. Robinson's show did bond with decking to prevent swampingr by heavy quired, bearing Intereat at the rate of 6 per their own party resorts to the very same bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever last Saturday in time to catch the majorAVedding Bells. seas, and it carries but one small sail. cent, per annum from day of aale and having method of choosing a candidate, and it sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, Mr. AV. II. Melz was the guest of Mr. Capt. Sundsvall commenced his advenand skin eruptions, and positively ity of the country people ; it did not get the force and effect of a Replevin bond, this is shown Unit their conduct is ten times corns, here until after 'A o'clock. Shortly after It. G. Ilobertson last week. turous voyage nearly three weeks ago. Slat day of My, 189J. worse than anything that eer occurred cures Piles, or no pay required. It is D. II, Sevkrs, Sheriff 11. C. they arrived, one of the bears got looso Mr. Ernest Ttobertson was the happy starting from Christinniu with the intenhere among the Democrats in a primary guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or By E. O. GbeOoby, I). S, money refunded. Price 25 cents per and went over into tho river and they recipient of n basket of strawberries lost tion of proceeding to Edinburgh. All The Republican thus deelection. went well for a time.- - but beuitf driven box For sale by G, W. Short, Clover-por- t, had a lively time getting it. week, we heard that lie enjoyed them scribes the recent primary of itH party : somewhat out of his bourse by contrary is up again so high that it very much. Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hanlinsburg, The river "Men were bought like sheep and winds, he decided to. attempt the jourhas cut ofF travel from above tho creek. ney to London, although such H voyage hogs, and the money paid over at the Kv. Mr. John Dean is in Hartfonl. Ob. HimruBitTi'BrECiric are clen ttncalljr and We doubt if Messrs. Sam Fowler and carefully prepared prescription i used for mauy polls in plain view of everybody. NumTho chuir is very much improved by in so small a craft was attended by conyeara In private practice with aucccM.and for over A Vote of Thanks. Cmbe Heiilitun will bo able to plant siderable danger, particularly as the capthirty jean uaed by the people. Kvery tingle bers of white and black meu unblush-ingl- y the return of Miss Jennie Moorman. U a special cure (or the disease named. tain had no one to assist him in the WiiEiiEs we have the use of Fisher's their creek bottoms at al). Some of the These BpeclDcs cure without drugging;, purg-lnoffered themsehes to the highest or reducing the system, and are In fact and management of the boat deed theaoTerclgnremedlcauftlic World. bidder, l'rices were still' throughout the Hall for Sunday School purposes for two farmers had planted and others were IK MEM0EIAM. He made fair progress, however, until JUgt ready before this rise. Several farCUEKft. day, ranging from $1 to $4, acconling to months free of charge, therefore UXTOITBIXCII'lI.HOS. rEICT. 22d day of May, 1890, for the he was for some days again disturbed by On tho 1 Fevera, Congestion, Inflammation.,. ,US their crops. RtKoliitl, that our thanks are due and mers will haje to the sire, age and condition of the voter J Warni. Worm Fever. Worm (!nlle . S first time the family circle of Mr. P. AV. unfavorable weather and wnas driven frying uollc,orTeeinmgormrauu very much out of his course. Capt. & jMurrueu, oi vuuunru or jiauiu, and the humor of the buyer. Some are hereby tendered to Mr. A. It. Fisher Out at Weldon last Thursday night the Roberts bos been broken. ltulous a Jlyarntery, Griping, VomitingColic... Sundsvull choice fellows who undertook to bull the for the loan of said Hall. H Cholera AlarbOB, drunken railroad hands on tho work A happy home But death entered provisions, also began to run short of Houghs, Cold, UrouchltU., ami suffered from fntiguo, A. A. Smoxs, S. S. market were bought at $15 and $10 and oottiache, Faceacho ... train made the night hideous by their there and set his seal upon the lips of a having to keep a sluirp lookout nt night, 8 Neuralgia, Slcklleadaclie, Vertigo H Jleadachea, Hoth resolutions were adopted unaniwere reganied as cheap at that. Whisboisterousness, swearing and firing ofl Isjloved son Hugh, n shining mark, 10 and getting only occasional snatches of O Ilyspepitn, Bilious Stomach nnpprciieaor raioiui key was used in tho greatest profusion mously by the Sunday School anil their pistols all over the neighborhood. years of age, in the full vigor of Ids man- sleep during the day. He fell in with toot'roiiue I'erious Willie, wougn, roup, uimcuii iireatning ... and there were fully 100 drunken men Church. went into the One drunken brute hood, his untimely death came as a cruel the steamship Assen, bound for Rotteralt Uhouin, Erysipelas. Eruptions. .benmatlaui, ltnetimatla rains..,. Wiieiieas, the Methodist congregation Decent Republicans on the streets. dam, the crew of which endeavored to car and abused a nice old gen- blow, crushing in its weight ffverind A aran. Chills. MalarlA 7 l'llea. Illlnd or llleedlnff. Ida hazardous enterdissuade were completely disgusted ami a great in Cloverport has had the use of this tleman, but it so hapieiied that Mr. ft f'atarrb. Influenza. Cold In the Head gentle, kind and loving to Ids prise and him from Always 20 Whooping Congli, Violent Coughs. invited him to come on lwanl. many declared that they would never Hall for church purjoscs for two months Goric, the boss on the train, came along 24 llrneral llrblllly.rhyslcalWeakuesa dear ones, and a favorito in his circle of The adventurous seaman, however, exivioBey sua ftaae . primary unless it was free of charge, through the kindness of and knocked him down. The "coon" go into another . rvousllnblllty friends, them is 'a void in their hearts pressed his intention, to continue the Mr. A. It. Fisher, therefore marr viLep iliraa. Wntllmrrfc-d- . regulated by law." day and swore out and homes that can never be filled. His journey, and having obtained a supply of went to town the next aenaeaoriuelIeart,ralpltatlonl,0O.Ill Remind, that our thanks are duo and warrants for all of them and had quite n family were all around his bed as he provisions proceeded to London, safely Bold by Druggists, or sent postpaid on receipt are hereby tendered to said A. It. Fisher large crowd of the train men. in town. of price. I) a. llunriiBETS' HxnukU (144 pages) One of the most interesting and excitgently went to sleep. A beautiful smilo reaching the Thames. In cloth and gold, mailed free. W. C. llrandon, ing political conventions that has been IlBmphreya'3ledlclueC'o.HOFultonKt.NY. Mr. Gorie was fined $d.00 and costs. of peace illuminated Ids face, and "his Deadly Duel on lluiinliig ilorsca. A. II. Skillman, In "tho State for many years was hehl Tho "coon" was arrested for disturbing last words to his beloved Pastor, Andrew Fostor and Will Jarnagin, last week to nomW. II. Downier, that held at the eacc, and got sixty days in jail. Father O'Connor, "I am resigned to two young farmers who resided at Gum, P. V. Duncan, inate a candidate for Clerk of the Court He ought to have a ball and chain. God's will," were full evidence of Ids west of Dallas. Tex.t have had an enH. A. Oele, of ApcalH. The convention was conLast Monday Mr. Ike Owings, who abiding faith. A bright star gone down counter. Tho former is fatally wounded A. A. Simons, vened on Wednesday and lasted until for a little time to rise again on that and the latter is dead. Several months lives on the farm of Ids father-in-laA JOURNAL FOR ADVERTISERS. Saturday morning before a nomination ago Foster assisted tho lover of Jarnagin's The honor and integrity of the mana- Judge Woolfolk, after eaiing his dinner, glorious resurrection morn. Being a conwas made. The candidates were all gement of Tim sister to elope with her. Tho young men If Issued weekly, and la the representative LoulHiano State Lottery started out with hia gun to shoot some sistent member of tho Catholic chunii have been enemies since. Returning Journal the trade Journal of American adververy popular men and it seemed difiicult Company nro now fully established all crows, lleforo lie got out of the yard ho ho was interred in Mt. Merino cemetery, from a meeting, they mot in a highway. tisers. It indicat i to the inexperienced adverfor tho party to make a choice between over the country. All who know any- was called back to wind the clock. Ho followed by a largo concourse of relatives "Jarnagin drew his pistol and almost at tiser how, when, and where ha should adverthem. The task was finally accomplishthing about it, know that tho drawings of turned and came back and passing thro' nnd sympathizing friends. tho same time Foster was- - ready. Thoy tise j tow to write an advertisement; how to ed, however, the coveted prize falling to tho Compam efAV. J. AV. fired simultaneously. Each shot took are held with tho utmost, the kitchen lie set Ids gun dbwn and display one; what newspapers to qae; bowjuueb Mr. W. W. Longmoor, of Cynthiana. fairness fect, a ball entering Foster's right cheek money to expend in fact, discourses oh every and all prizes paid fully and leaned it against tho partition between Mt. Merino, Ky., Juno 2, 1890. Mr. Iionginoor Ih tho present Circuit and lodging on the insido of the skin on point that admit of profitable promptly. Thousands are read of their the kitchen nnd dining-rooAdand went Clerk of Ids county, and a very popular the left temple, while one pierced Jarna- vertising la an art practiced bydlacuiaion. knowledge to testify tlds. The company's on through tho dining-roomany but where tho gin through just abqyo tho heart They gentleman. Ho is about fifty years of by few. The conductor! of Printers' present charter has about llvo years to clock stood on a shelf In one corner. were both on horseback and their horses soldier. ago and an Ho stopped back from th'o clock after run. ran with them in the same direction. Ink understand it, and their advice la baaed oa years going to it, and as lie did so tho gun fell When Dab waa tick, ire gaio her CatorU. They continued firing uritil Jarnagin as experience of more than twenty-fiv- e Worth Knowing-Hi'diiE- s' The latest rail rond accident is that reemptied his pistol and Foster had shot In placing adVertlaeing eontracti for many of down and was discharged. Tho contents When alia waa a Child, she cried for, CaatcrU. ported from California. A locomotive Toxic The old time, reliablo passed through tho partition and into Ida When aha becamo Hia, cite clung to Caatoria. three times. Jarnatrin dropped from Ids the largest and moit aucceaaful advertisers. A horse at tho end of 100 yanls and died hi year's subscription costs but two dollars ; samand passenger coach ran through an remedy for Fever an'd Aguo. Reputa- left leg. tearing it up very badly. H1h When ahe had Children, ahe gavo thera Caatorla. a fe,w minutes. Foster was taken to a ple crpies Free. Address s t open draw bridge at Oakland, plunging tion earned by Thirty years success. You ilittlo child was in a swinging chair in tho neighbor's house. Foster is 10 years of GEO. P. R0WBLL d CO., into tho water below and instantly kill- - can depend upon it. Tuv It! Diug- - hall way outside of tho dining-room- , and t. age and Jarnagin 'was Louis Newspaper Advertising Bureau, gJJdrty IaNicneWm OIBTB HAVE IT. one atiohrfrack her in the teiwple. Hud lOSpruoaSt., New York. Breckenridge News. Oi'it delegates have returned from the Stnto Convention satisfied with tlio result. BRANDENBURG. P , AST ALL PRECEDENT ! 0VUB TWO MILMONB DIBTKIBUTBD s et-cid- MlaHiBHBBBBBBWMIBt'PkKlBBBMKal Louisiana State Lottery Company. Incorporated by the Legislature In 1808, lot Educational and (Jharitnbie purjotts and Its " franchise was made a part ot the prist ti State Constitution in 187u,ly nn overnbelulbt popular vote, 1 it! 5W anil urn in inibllu. in ! lie Academy nil drawn New ( ill II file. Oiliiinx, i.u. IlB (illAMl i:XTlt,t01tIirAIIY mtAUINtil nt.Hiku llncu Mtini-.ti- i. lata 111, I.I ii Hint ui.( tin urund MiMJi.r. in urn m:a lilt AW . ,s m St intiS lake iilutu rucli tulililniitlii.nl I hu j cur, lliooiln-- r . " We do hereby certljy that we tupetvlst the arrangements fur all the Mumthty ai.d Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana Ulate Lottery Company, and in person manage and control the Drawings themselves, and that the same are conductid with honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties and we authorize the Company to use this certficaie. with facsimiles of our signatures attacked, in its advertisements." c ' - -- ay ConunU We the. oiiorn. t's undersigned Banks and Dunk-er- a will pay all Frizes drawn in ,the Louisiana State Lotteries which may be presented at our counters It. M. VAL,M!I,CV, I'rc. I.ouikluiiit Nallonul Hunk. PIEItltU L.AIYAUX, lrc. Mi.tc Mi- tlonul Hunk. A. HAI.DWIN, Irc, INv OrKium Nulluuui Hunk. OAltL. KOIIN I'rukv Union ftullunui Hunk, MAMMOlIt BRJI In the Academy WIJMG Tuesday, June of Muslo, NewOrleans 17, 1890. Capital Prize, $600,000. IOO.OOO. Ticket at 40 ; Halve 880 J 4uurtum10; i:ikIiiIihS;'J'ivuii. tlullmvi!; I'urtiotlKi 81. 1 P1U7R OP tnn nnn t. $600,000 . ,..:.7,7. 7. ,vv""v' " VC zuv,uuu IS l 2UU.0UI) i 1 Wj s ' FRUIT 2 PHIZES OF PHIZES OF PHIZES OF 'ib PHIZES OF 100 PHIZES OF 2U0 PK1ZE& OF &0U PHIZES OF 6 IU IPPDriYIU rui.E PMZB uis Of 100,000 la..., 50.0U0 is... 20,00.1 are 10,000 aro 5,0UO 100,000 oU,V00 40,000 . aro ur 2,000 boo 600 400 .; SO.UUO ioo.ooo ; s. ITlrw m.twr-i 100 Prizes or$l,UUU ore fuittn. $100,000 100 1'rhea of 800 ro bO.UUU lUlkl'rued of 400 are 4U.0U0 Tiff i Nmintto Tkuuiv.iu .1,998 Prltea of &MJ0 are .'...?3a9,C00 3,144 Prliea amounting; lo are are are 50,000 50,000 80,000 '120.VOO 200,000 $2,150,600 g W, S. ASHBY. AGENTS WANTED. Club rates, or any further information desired, write legibly to tho undersigned, clearly stating your residence, with State, County, Street and Number. Murcrapid return mall dejlvcry will be aaaured by yuur endue-In- g an Envelope bearing your lull addreea, aSO-F- or o, .. . aoo.iii IMPORTANT. JI. A. JUAUI'IIIN. New Orlcun, I,u.,' By ordinary letter, containing Mo.nkv Ordkh issued by all Kxpress Companies, New York Exchange. Draft or PoBtal Note. Yfg oh CuKEKNor sent us by hxpresa of $5 or over. VualilsiH'ton, D. C. 9 pt SHERIFF'S SALE. Address Bettered letters to NEW 01tt,i:.lV8 NATIONA1. HANK, Now Orlcuua, n, ex-po- ie REMEMBER that the payment of all prliea 'AttANTBBD BV FOUR NATIONAL BANKS of New Orleans, and the Tickets are algned oy the President of an Institution, whose chartered rights are recognised In the highest Courts; therefore, beware of any Imitations or annonymoua aoheinea. ONE DOLLAR ia the prloe of the smallest part or fraction of a Tloket ISSUED BY US In any Drawing Anything In our name offered for lees that a Dollar Is a swindle. l.a. it $ .., i. . For Sale. Pure Bred Berkabiro Pls, all ages. Eligible to registry, . For Prices rnd other Information address J. T. Rubabds, r Hardinsburg, Ky. k, I't oj-u;- Important to" Teachers com- ! ,,,,, A review term of ono month will mence at tho m Hardinsburg' Normal Instjtute, Monday, June 9th, 1800, anil continue until the first examination, .July 4th, 1890. Such a course of study will bo prepared as will bo best suited for Iho' prejiaration of toachera to stand tho coming examination. Tuition Fee, $3.00 in advance. Board, $2.00 per weok. All teachers who aro expecting to stand this examination will do well to avail them&elves of this opportunity. For fnrther information apply to -- s Humphreys' 1,' Spo-clfl- o g IfcP. SHACKLETT, Prin. if nt I? Steve P. Holcombe, The Converted Oamblor, I) 1 t 4f com-njissa- ry e ' ' ir- I Will deliver his Famous Lecture, ?- fa- - "How It Happened," AT richly-boun- d SPEGI Fl OS. Pkinters' Ink r i th. 1890. 25CTS.. CLOVERPORT Thursday, June METHODIST TICKETS, For the Benefit of tho .... KOiH- CHURCH.- - - BUY YOUE . SHIRTS -F- J w 80,--S- Globe-Democr- J. D. BABBAGE, If , ' 1 & M " "W-- v y sxr" o. J aw - y. ,. tG ipi" ., t - mrrirto.rVrlm,Tptf-jltwpimip- , w irTT3 t t. ,.., '- t 'ZHm3tim TJSSJS.ZTT' I,. ,C7K55r' f V iTHinnarnrfi ,. .XL ..--J- JTsiV rJm. i i I JLm. .1W. Jl I I I M X iy LOCAL BKEV1THS. MRVINGTON. TTii 1 i iTTTT .' i I i in ii. iTTT 1 1 j, n I " i-l- 7 " -nr- ffi-3-" a ' ... ,,, ,M.J wnnrft . . m ,m nim.l.i .ar.iii ii g I mill I i mi ri i m I TTt . ri BJ il'.i.J it.sTi TFT ' --; t .".i 4 is. t - If " J SS" rfS jA.j t r "5 T tr 5,' JA U.fl' i F J- - 're!' w MS? ; The Bobbin factory will soon be a bobbin. A TRIP TO THIS GROWING TOWN A new shingle roof has been put on REVEALS SOME FACTS THAT the Baptist churcn. ARE WORTH RELATING. Put it off much longer. You have been waiting nil this time for 21r.-J- . D. Gregory Is having natural the weather to compel you to "put off" your winter suit, nnd get gas put into his residence. Miss Mary Allen began her work as CoL Edgar Bennett, One of the MovNow is into something lighter in weight and nioro seasonable. census enumcrator'for this city Monday. ing Spirits His Lovely Home. the time, and Julius Winter & Co.'s is the plucc. We have mado Mayor Piorco held his first quarterly up n grand assortment of Sack and Frock Suits in seasonable court Monday, Ho presides with digniAeid a. Word for the IHcCruckena. ty and judgement. Woolens, and in every shape that the fashion plate calls for and The Nkws man malo a quiet little Fladge, littlo son of Benedict and Laura tho tastes of the peoplo demand. We can fit any size or shape, jaunt to tho beautiful and growing .jWr WJXFTftSK n Beavin, died Sunday, May 2oth, of town ol lrvington last week. There was and, in the matter of prices, we can suit any one, no matter how OINTI5 of the bowels. nothing remarkable about this trip; it Both the method and results when small his 'clothing fund" may be. Come and see us at once, Steve Holcomb at tho Elm street Mewas purely business. We were out afSyrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant thodist church Thursday niirht. Ho will ter the filthy lucre that is and don't run around among other houses and then, after having and refreshing to thotasto, and acta bo necessary tell you how it bapcned. gently yetpromptly on tho Klilnoys, in running a well conducted newspaper got yourself tired and worn out, como to us nnd find whnt you The repairs on tho Elm street Metho- Very few people realize that it takeg Liver and Bowels, cleanses the syswant. We want to save you all this trouble and vexation by nsk-in- g tem effectually, dispels colds, headdist I'hurcli have been completed audit money to run a paper, and really we foraches and fevers and cures habitunl looks handsomer than ever. got our mission soon after leaving tho you to come to "headquarters" at once, buy what you want, constipation. Syrup of Figs is the Tho lack of the usual quota of news in train and falling in company with one savo money in the purchase, and go homo happy. If we can. not only remedy of its kiiid ever pro our Hardlnsburg department this weok of the moving spirits in tho now flourishduccd, pleasing to the tneto and acsuit you in goods and prices, you will have to do without ing village of lrvington, Col. Edgar Benis due to tho absence of tho editor. ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in nett. Tho Colonel is never too busy, to clothing. Clayton Beard, Chairman, lias called its action and truly beneficial In its a meeting of tho Republican county com- show you the beauties and advantages of effects, prepared only from the most His Weal city. And indeed, tho Colonel mittee for June 1 1th at Hardlnsburg. healthy and agrceablo substances, has much to hi proud of. lrvington is its many excellent qualities comLife sizo portrait, in crayon or oil, growing, and that, too, far beyond what mend it to all and have mndo it from $5 to $20 Mrs. Johnson's studio, its projectors hoped for two years ago. tho most popular remedy known. in Singer maehiuo olllce, Cloverport. It is situated in ono of the best wheat Syrup of Figs is for in 50c Rev. Stevo Holcombo will lecture in the growing sections of Breckenridge county, and $1 bottles by all leading drugElm Btreet Methodist church Thursday and is In easy drawing distance of the gists. Any reliable druguist who night. He should ha.vo a full house. best wheat producing soctions of Meade, S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS.. LOUISVILLE, KY. nay pot have it on hand will proTho Cloverport PJaning mill will be consequently it is a fino location for n cure it promptly for any one who I I I I I I I I I l I I I I l l l I I I sold at auction Juno 10th by Deputy Lmill. Tho Boyd brothers, appreciating wishes to try Do not accept sheriff Gregory See advertisement in this fact, are now constructing one of the any substitute best of its size in tho State, and hoto to this issue. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Owensboro was visited by a $4000 fire nave everything ready for tho new crop. SAH.FRAKCISC , CAL. HEW YORK, H.Y. tOUISmiE, KT. frame structure, just after tho circus left Monday night. The mill is a four-stor- y Ten-ill'livery stable on East Main street well and substantially built, and will be FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS. was burned together with fifteen head of fitted up with tho latest and most improved machinery. Its capacity will be horses. We are authorised to announce barrels of flour per day and face seventy-fiv- e MADDEN, GRORGEH. The most powerful nation on tho 400 bushels of corn. as a Candidate for Clerk Court of Appeals It will bo a big tho globe is America, and the most Subject to the action of Democratic State of powerful remedy on earth for cjiickon thing for lrvington, adding many thouConvention. cholera is Canter's chicken cholera cure, sand dollars to her business and hundreds of people to her population. FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. The Boyd is sold and warranted by G. W. Short. MAFUFACTUHERS OF Bros, aro practical millers, with plenty Hambleton has tho plans for his of means to We are authorlxed to announce Jeff conduct their business, benow dwelling nnd they are handsome, sides they JOHN ROBERTS, are splendid gentlemen, and locations of tho City of LoutiTllle, as a candidate for too. Ho has ono of the finest lrvington is to be congratulated on- - seJudge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the in the Elm street church, curing them as action of the Democratlo patty of the Third citizens. g and when his house is completed it will Appellate District. In addition to tho mill thoro faro sevSIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND .MOULDINGS, homes in the city. bo one of tho prettiest eral dwelling houses going up. A turnWe are authorised to announce by no table has been built by Owensboro was visited Monday the railroad, the JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, people, and it was depot facilities aro to bo enlarged, a big And everything in the Turning and Scrolling line of work will Lo done at this establishment In as a candidate for re election to the office of less than ten thousand tho best manner and nt the lowest rates. Also dealers In Felt and Ilodlne Roofing. Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the remarked by everybody how well sho water tank is to bo erected and'othcr imaction of the Democratic party. wasn't n dis- provements to bo made by the railroad handled tho crowd. There ny LONG BRANCH. STEPHENSPORT. kind and very little will make the town a real live one this Win. K. Barnes, turbance John Allen Murray, We never saw a crowd be- summer. drunkeness. Hardlnsburg. Cloverport. Mrs. R. A. Brashear is visiting in Mrs. Sam Fowler went to the city last have better. Upon tho kind solicitation of Col. BenLouisville. MURRAY & BARNES, week. of Rock Lick, nett we boarded the L., II. & W. train Squire Henry It. Dean, Mr. Brown Helm's elegant residence is Mrs. Agnes Ricketts has returned from was.in town yesterday. He says the far- and accompanied him to his beautiful near completion. tho city. Hardlnsburg and Cloverport, mers in his section are bad off. The oat homo about four miles south of lrvingMr. Abrain Bennett has a new resiKentucky. Miss Maggie Bcuham spent Sunday at crop is an entire failure and. the wheat ton, directly on tho lino ,of the road. dence in course of erection. Laconia, Ind. won't yield more than half a crop. Col. Bennett has one of tho most elegant Dr. Cayn took several young ladies to Tobacco will be about half usual setting. homes it has been our pleasure to visit Louisville last week on n pleasure trip. Miss Laura Smith was visiting Mrs. C. The meadows arc all grown up with in a long time, situated as it is on a Hendricks last week, Mrs. James Lay is in Louisville tinder weeds and won't bo worth the cutting. beautiful slope overlooking a fertile and HARDINSBURG, KY. Mrs. J. W. Smith spent a few davs medical treatment for an afflicted limb. & Barnes Court Square wo have is a good well improved valley on the west, and on About the only thing SB0fllce with Murray Messrs P. A. Oelze and Walter Mose-le- y with Mrs. C. Hendricks. mast etop, this is tho finest wo ever had. the cast and south with immense forests A number of familiar faces were notichave leased tho Troy Roller Mill, for Read the advertisement of Pittser, of well timbered lands underlaid with two years. Themill is undergoing re- ed on the excursion Saturday. Black & Co., printed on our first page rich quarries of lime and sandstone rock. pairs now and will be in fine running We learn that Long Branch is to have We also visited the famous Basin Mr. Black, one of tho members of " this order in u short time. a depot and telegraph station at once. Office oicr Ilichnnlson's Harduare utore. firm, Is'a native of this county. Ho went to Sprjng Stock Farm, owned and conductOur town has gone to the show today. Mr. S. H. Dooley returned Tuesday Louisville when quite a small boy and by ed by Mr.'W. W. Williams, who has KY. CLOVERPORT. Our usually quiet town was thrown in- from Findlay, Ohio, will remain about a wonderful success in the energy ecomomy and fair dealing has achieved J. II. TAYLOIt, .1. C. HUSH, W". 8. TAYLOR. built up ono of the largest trades in the breeding and raising of fine blooded to a state of the wildest excitement on week. lost Thursday by the burning of the old Mr. and Mrs. John Hull and .Airs. Mary & furniture line in that city. This firm has horses. He also has a beautiful place Moorman house. It was occupied by Hendricks are at Mrs. C. Hendricks' this immense establishment and it will well improved nnd finely located. an DRN-TISTWhile here. Maj. W. V. McCrucken Mrs. Pulliam, who was keeping boarders. week. pay you to call and sec them when you The fire originated from a defective flue OverZulaufs Jewelry Store ro to the city. Call for Mr. Black and he came in on his handsome private coach, Mr. A. Ditto, jr., Master Charlton and kitchen. Mrs. Pulliam lost about Frederica Street, OWENSBORO, KY. will take pleasure in showing you through Katie, accompanied by his niece, Miss in tho C. Hendricks took in Barnum's circus of her household goods. Miss Bettio Katio Mason, A. M. McCracken and half Saturday. his stock. Allen nnd father, who had rooms there wife, J. K. McCracken, II. M. McCrackProf. R. E. Woods, Principal of the The tin peddler, minus his tinware few articles en, II. N. Hudson and Mr. Seymour. lost everything except a very Graded School here, leaves Saturday for Our citizens worked des spent a night with us last week. Success of clothing. Washington, where ho has accepted a The party had been on a tour of inspec- perately to prevent Mr. E. P. Moseley's to you Johnnie. ' WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1890. clerkship in "the War Department. Prof. tion and stopped nt Col. Bennett's to ex- house just across the street from burning Capt. Joo Phillips and niece. Mrs. amine his limestono quarries with a Woods is a perfect gentleman iu Qvery for which wo feel tho profoundest grati- Rhinerison, of Chicago, were visiting review of opening them up. particular and has done more for the updwelling latives here last week. PERSONAL. They found tho stone in great abund- tude. Mr. Miko Blum's largo building of tho school, of which for thrco also caught fire on tho roof from flying Misses Sis McFarland, Nell McGehee successfull princi" ance and of a superior quality nud easily, sparks, but was extinguished almost imand Ida Mayfield took advantage of the E1 Kiedel spent Sunday nt bin homo at years ho has been the obtained. Major McCracken was highly pal, than any otiier man within our recolhouse was not excursion rates to tho city. Holt. pleased with the outlook and said to Col. mediately. The Moorman lection. We are sorry to lose such'nman, Insured at tho timo of burning, so the Forrie Wilkerson was in the city SaturMiss Lillie McGlothlan, lrvington, Miss he had a valuablo stone, but wo feel that our loss is another's gain, Bennett that to day. Annio Fontaine, Brandenburg, spent a you ns much as a gold loss was total. of worth, says he, and we know that life is made up few days with W. C. McGehee. develStill They Come. Mrs. AH Hennen was in .the city Satur- meetings and partings. Hardin County mine. It isourbu8ufcssto?hclp op the resources Of your county. In doMay 13th 185)1. Miss Ida Mayfield has closed her school day. McDasiels, Kv., Independent. ing this we help you nnd at the same Wo the undersigned citizens nnd vot- and will return homo after short visit .Percy Carson went to Louisville last timo help ourselves by making business ers in Breckenridge county most respect- to Louisville and week. The Circus. for our road. Wo are willing to givo vou fully urge nnd solicit Capt. A. J. Gross Mr. W. L. Dooley shipped n nico lot of SUss Emma Bartles went to Owensboro "Tho grandest humbug on earth," is all tho shipping facilities you want and to' represent tho hay to II. W. Herndon & Co. Mr. AV. C. Thursday. how twelve thousand people expressed haul your Btono at a prico that it will pay to become a candidate of this county in McGehee sold to same parties 1200 bushvCters and IJcv. I. B. Tiinberlako returned to New themselves Monday. you to get it out and nt tho same time tho next' Constitutional Convention : els of corn. Albany Thursday. Fifty cents to get in and fifty cents ex- compete with other markets. Wo not Fred Frs.Ua, George Ileji-r- , , 11, K. Taylor of New Albany, Ind., was tra for a sweat box. E. J. MoDanlat, J. II. Hart, only want to aid you, Colonel, especialr II. J, Coomi, R. Rhodes, in the city last week. Thero were at least three thousand ly, but it is our purpose, as fast us wo J. F. Compton, J . L. Rhodes, B. James M, Parsons, Mr. Eugene Haynes, of Stophensport, people turned away and that many turn- can, to aid in developing others along W. F. Pool, Joa 8borhell, our lino who have valuablo stone. Wo J. B. Galloway, ed in without scats. was in the. city Thursday. S. W. Paris, Pool, II. herb for tho purpose of gouging W. P. Cannon, A. N. Wbtttlnghlll, Everything was reserved except the aro not T. Mrs. E. L. Clark and Miss Shallcross II. T. Hunter, iW. 11 Melbwe,"& ground, and wo understood that It. M. everybody, nor nro wo the soulless cor ;Wra.lK..Rhodes, ? , , C C. I'iioI, , went to Cannelton Saturday. poration that some aro pleased to call usf Conway held options on it. Bll Storms. t F.K,iRhodes. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Smith, of Owenswo ii - , i It was a bonanza for tho railroade, in is our own moneyWo'vo nave investeq i boro were in the city Wednesday. your county. mado every J Wo tho undersigned voters of Mooley-vill- e D. Chambers and AV, J). Bush, of street cars, hotels and saloons. G. dollar we've got by hard work And hereby petition Capt. A. J. Gross The L., St. L. & T. sent in an extra Hawsville, were fn tho eity last week. OFFICE, we've got every dollar wo possess on Hardlnsburg, Ky. to make tho raco for delegate to tho Court House Mrs. Jennio Dun- with nine coaches. Mrs. H. A. Smith and hero. earth invested Wo want Cloverport sent a delegation threo CoflstitUtional'Convention : can of Holt, were in tho city Saturday. to build up n business for ourR. E. Haltingly, J. 8. IUyden, Mrs. T. B. Young and daughter, hundred strong. selves and at tho same time help tho U. J.' Arnold, P. II. Stiff, FARMERS FREE COLUMN. Tho Owensboro merchants reaped to Morganfield ThursMihs Eva, returned E. B. Brown, peoplo dovelop tho valuable resources J.T.Stlff, quite a harvest. Every store in town J. R. Mitchell, W. Ti Lima, day. wo find so abundant along our roads. To Charlie Elder, For sale six head of young cattle. R. L. Ramon, Miss Sue McIIehry returned to Owens- was crowded. G. R. PATE, Short Bend. do this wo want their Jas. W. Manning, and Henry O'Brran, Wo got all tho Owensboro real estato boro Saturday, accompanied by Miss W. 11. Elder, you will always find us ready and will- Edwin F. Egart, For sale a good rifle gnn. M. R Oreenwell, wo wanted without money or price. C. E. Bnreh, Mary Holt. N. W. HENORICK. Short Bend. ing to do ou part. Bloom Parr, II. 8. Adams, R. M. Conway lias.filtcd up ono of the Miss Lelia Jones, of AVillis, Green and John Brown. ThoMaJQr was in a, particularly good J. R. Jarboe. Wanted to trade Fruit Trees for a good R. M. Bearin, Falls of Rough, wero in to tho reception handsomest offices intho city. Ho is humor nnd conversed freely with tho T. M. Peters, W. S. ASH BY. work horse. W. M. Beavin, F. C. Elder, Owensboro's Jivest real estato ono of of last week. writer; and Col. Bonnet in regard to. tho L. A. Yates, J. 8. 8tewart, My farm rur sale, 500 acres of good land. Lorena and Norah Hawkins, of Leitch-fiel- d agents. C. W. Stephens, For particulars address JESSE L. OWEN, of Breckenridgo county. Ho has Martin M. Peters, Peoplo wero thero from ,every section 'future 0. Bnreb, Falls of Rough, Ky, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bea-vi- n great faith in her future. He not only T. O. Jarlo,, 0 II. Speaks. E.Tobln, of Breckenridgo county. Tho list ran up this week. x C. 0, Burnett, says so, but. is proving it by his works. Little Miss Fannio Smith is attending to fully a thousand. The McCrackcns have done and arc doaccident on tho trip. There was not an the'eommencement exercises at Shelby Inherited Blood Poison. ing a grand work for this couuty, and villo tills week. How many peoplo there are whose .distress Wanted two live men to sell Nursery Steele, tho News is willing to givo them credit frets sores, aches, pains and eruptive tendencies BURAS. Annie Miss Leo Pcrrigo and Mi W. 8. ASIIIiY, for it. Of course the Nkws is aware of are due to Inherited blood polsjn. Bad blood Apply Immediately to Weathcrholt and Marion 'Wcathcrliolt, CLoraaroRT, Kt. therefore is parent Lonnio Glasscock,of'McDaniel, is bell- tho fact that there Is soma prejudico ex- passes from hatband to child, and It' their blood! the duty of of Sicphcnsport, were in town Friday. isting among our people against the nara. This Is easilyand wife to keepbrra, tlmelr' borhood for fall aeoomcllsheoV I Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Burks entertained ing fruit trees in tho neigh end1 McCrackens, ns thero is against all rail- HMsf B. B. 8. (Botanle Blood Balm). evening Mr. and Mrs. delivery. o tea Saturday During my absence my son, II. 0. Murray, is trteed Balm Co., Atlanta, for book of most John Cook and Dolph Jones wero hero road builders and corporations. This is' oMTtaeiwt: preef. Unauthorised to cotle t moneys due. All perC. B. Skillman, Miss Katie Bowmcr and natural where thero nro so many conlast Friday buying cattle. Jbbm Bill. Atlanta, Oa., writes: "My two sons indebted will please settle with him at Mr. 0. T. Skillman. O. R. Murray, But now that tho tons were afflicted with blood poison, which once. Clint and Itally Tucker will start to Ill- flicting interests. broke Mr. Kubcn Miller, a young attorney of Attorney at Law. Cloverport, Ky. road is built and wo see the many ad- dero said was hereditary. They both B. B. inois next week. and eruptions which B. sot fa teres Now Albany, has located hero and holds vantages it is bringing us, wo should prewtptly oeatrelled and finally eared oom John Pile has a turkey gobler which himself ready to servo tho community in D. has been industriously setting for the last worktogether'with these men who have MnJ.M. Williams. Sasdr. Texas writes Mr any legal matter that may occur. invested their millions with us, for the blood aWWsaehlldreo'wholalwited two weeks. tlktmfm ctpMIt- - after use of HwM, Progress. C. C. Pile was in Louisville last weok further dovelonment and imnroveaMat UlsaKilu-sw.'- ' . of our county and tho towns along "! l(, ! ) in this ago of vast Belling tobacco. It is very important HMttttM AlfiBe pa Wen, H .V.,Fe. ' HardinlCou-nt- y line. We must get out of the old nwr a V Bmm paisoe 4 Miss LudioTuckergoes to CLOVEHF-OHT- . material progress that a remedy bo pleasKY, )En MaW wifliiMCasnt on to tho eye, easily this Week to stay some timo with her and show tho men who cowe hMlWftf ing to tho taste and tttoaVNg grew ttifAymi for the purchase and sale of tare mm their money and invest "it Uutt b $ taken, acceptable to tho stomach and sister, Mrs. Thunnan -Richardson. tow lafjfimd lands, l'crsoua wishing mi 1M mwmW w4s I Gran villo Wilson, Oscar Alexander, predate their presence aud tltslr'wsnt; healthy in its naturo and effects. Posme. I,, umI IS kettles Istnwul ny to.bsty or sell are solicited to qualities, Syrup 'of Figs is 'John Tuckor, Purl Tucker, Johnny Tuck sessing these " iuunlty.to.WMy HeaH nplnnt a mlromL CM.. Aht where C'w 'TiUTaFkW wfcat heils wsl tlm one perfect laxative and most gentle er and Joel Pile tookiu Barruim's circus ' It Mewl f (he HepM!, l ll kauri. at Louisville last Saturday. diuretic, known. s 3-- .BBBBsPmaBBBsK" NO, YOU 0AN.N0T- .aaaaaaaaaajlaaaaaVkrA'IB -- , asaaaaaaaHliaaKafl ENJOYS inlla-matio- flVLlRRRRR0iRRRRRlRRRRRBEr V tiaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBeaBBBBBBBBBBBBBKVIiv JULIUS I I I I I I I WINTER I I I I I I "Old Reliable" Clothiers I I I I I I I I Royal Poultry Food It Is a Tonic us well as an Egg Food. keeps Chickens in a healthy condition nnd makes them lay as often as nature will permit. It supplies all the needed material for forming bone, muscle and feathers, strenglitens thu digestive organs, and makes vigorous, healthy mid profitable fowls Full directions with every box. Try itjou will be pleased with the results. it I I I I I I I THE TELL CITY s PLANING MILLS town-oppos- ito DOORS.SASH &BLINDS tiller CLOVERPORT, KY. ! WOOL! WOOL! of-a- Attorneys atlLaw. Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, Pounds of GINSENG, BLOOD KOOT, YELLOW KOOT and MAY APPLE EOOT. Send us your CHICKENS and EGGS. Write for prices to PIPES & DeHAVEN, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, We want One Million Pounds of Wool by July 1st, also Five Hundred Thousand 3C3T- - CORN DRILLS, J. H. Taylor S Co., WALKING CULTIVATOR'S, RIDING CULTIVATORS, SPRING TOOTH HARROWS, Delivered to any railway stathn in Pay for themselves first season. Breckenridge County free. If you want thorn or a good Breckenridge News. Thresher, Engine or Saw Mill, You can make money by buying from R. J. BASSETT & BR0., KY. t' S!2 WHEELERS. A word to the Wlieelcrs. LEITCHFIELD, tax-paye- You needn't consult any- body nor make any arrangementsplies. in regard to your sup Come to my store .in I am selling goods now lower than any living man can sell them and always have Attorney at Law, Hardinsburg and it will take me only a few minutes to convince you of the fact. Talk about 10 per cent. I don't ask any more on my goods and sell a groat many articles the original low price man of this county. If you want goods bring along the cash or its equivalent, for less. produce. I am ' tJ. A. WITT, Hardinsburg, Ky. Agents Wanted. i A Sure Hog Cholera Preventive. J. E. MOORMAN'S Notice Hog Gliolera. PreventiYG .laMliMiStov. , HAMBLETON, fe Eeal Estate Agent tlri se lrm f sir, bta kbd J?.- . gd Will prevent the ravages of Choi-con any farm stock, and, In some cases will cure Cholera, Mthough we will not Insure It to do so. It has been tried and thoroughly .VlT'SSSSk ' (VrfS- tested by many of the best farmers In Breckenridge and Hardin coun- '- es anil nat never tailed. Below are the names of some of our farmers who have teted Us merits t John Mcador, Dolph JoAk Big Springs j Bob English, Dr. 0. Z Aud, Cecillan; Chas, llardaway, Bewleyrllle, Experience teaches us that Hog Cholera canno) be cured except in rare cam j tMsj ft .JukUJ. merely preventive wnicn, u gwen according io oirccuons, wa warrant to fernery pounds wW" Issmss It Is put np In sacks at 12J-- cents per pound, Twenly-Sv- e . hags healthy for a year. ,t 4i AQKNTa Beard Jfc Beeler, llardlntburg) 0. W. Short, CloverpMt,; JiftulaM iiiijMMr wSffiJrjSv Mannfaetared bv m ym '"i - Jp f r,- - J v d. E. MOORMAN, J r. & PfMJMA Mi mijt ..yr- jk - ..ar. X Breckenridge News. SALT. .cH. rfiiuk and the salt Is convoyed lo the surface in lumps or cakes; these shafts ex- . cyr scf.JiKwwim1 wl 7 M"r "' Its History and Manufacture. . ' ji A V SI' i? 1. S w "tu When you got married to the brightest and best girl in tho county, where did you look for that notice that meant so much to yon, and so little to nearly everybody else? To your Home Paiier. When your homo was invaded by the blue eyed girl, or tho bouncing baby boy, to whom did you mako it your business to convey early information us to tho sex. the time and the weight? To the editor of that Home Paper. In after years, when some manly young fellow takes tho blue eyed girl to a home of his own, or your once bouncing boy now a man is given a partnership in the store because ho hurl just brought home somebody else's daughter and set up nu establishment of hk own. to whom do you personally exhibit tl.e wedding presents and load up with the bride's cake, and to whom do you look for that complete description of tlio In teresting event, down to the last pickle lora ami individual sail, wuicu, once bioro. means m much to you uml, n very few others, and xo little lo anybody che? To this same editor of that same .Home Paper. And when trouble comes in the home, und you add to your possesions tliiitMeso-lat- e bit of realty, the lot iu the cemetery, und somehow the sun doesn't seem to shine just as it used to, and there's the flutter of crape at the door and the" odor of the tube rose iu the front parlor, rind the chair that has for years been beside yours at the fireside niul opposite you at the table is vacant when all Jtlus happens, who makes It his business to write in tender strain of the one whose life has grown to be a part of yours, and whose sympathy and good deeds to others huve long been known and recognized. If never publicly announced? The editor of the Homo Panef: and lio'B only too willing tcdotho little that no can to help you over the lfajfl spot in the road. t And ull thcso years you've advertised In this HnmetPaiier, and jlunotwjmi'you Iu drilling oil, gas and artesian wells, could to help the editor figlifymiTTliattfcs " mM water is often found, and In many In municipal ami county matters) aiul has worked' instances it is forced to the surface by snconrugcii him as hebring business to tT build up the town and hydraulic or gas pressure, when it is ,tV v i t'Viijte.l by artificial heat. The no flow is it? Have you? wells, commonly known as salt wells, are If your npietlto s gone nothing will quite numerous In the United States. ;, The mining method is the. principal restore it more quickly jtliui). "CVC. C. Cure,'" the. great Tonic " way of obtaining salt at the t time, Certain Chill audit is mined in about the same man- nnd guaranteed euro for Chills and Fever, ner as coal. In some cases shafts nro Sold by 0. W. Short. nt lt The following cBsay was rem! nt the closing exercises of the Cloverport High School by Mr. Lon Morenien, one of the. graduating class: Conitrion'snlt Is the inline applied to the native and industrial form of soUiuni 'chloride. This verv iinnortnnt mineral Is used In every part of 0i6 world, and by every clans of people, and it is so very important that no living being can exist without it. How many pcoplewho con-mithis very important substance, if told that they were consuming a miner, id, would believe it; but such Is the case : and one of those two substances of which it is composed, chlorine, is a deadly poison. Salt is composed of two Clements, sodium and chlorine, chemically combined. Sodium is a metal, and ,j was discovered by Sir Humphrey 1)avey. It is of a silvery white color, very soft, and when put into water, will lloat; it melts rapidly if thrown into boiling water, and if further heated, The passes ofT in a colorless vapor. compounds of sodium are very widely difiusedj being contained in every speck of dust, and they also exist in enormous e quantities in the primitive granite 1772 was discovered in the year It by Schcele, an eminent chemist. does not occur free in nature, but can easily be prepared from its compounds! it is a greenish yellow gas, and possesses a very disagreeable and peculiar odor. The consideration of this very important subhtance, salt, naturally falls under two heads, relating respectively to Sea or Hay Salt, and Hock or Mineral Salt ; as it is actually found, however, the one is probably derived from the other, most salt deposits bearing evidence of having bv'cn dejwsited by the seas of former, and often very remote geological periods; it is seen from the way salt is placed that it could only have been done by the evajoration of seas and lakes, and the crystals that are found in salt could only have lieen formed in water. We find Kilt spoken of in the very first book of the llible, and we have a very f irciblo illustration of woman's curiosity in the case of loot's wife, when, failing to resiht the temptation to look backwards, as she had heed commanded not to do, in consequence was changed into a pillar of salt. Salt springs weie regarded among the ancient people as a special gift from their god. The C'hson-- i ins in Kpirus had a spring which flowed i'ltoa stream where there were no fish, and the legend was, that Heracles had allowed their forefathers to have salt instead of lish. The ancient Germans waged war for saline springs, and believed that the presence of salt in the sil invested a district with peculiar sanctity, and made it a place where prayer was most readily heard. It was but natural that a religious significance hhould be attached to a substance so scarce, and to be obtained only with such difliciilty. It ih found that Kilt was jjiwn by the liomaus and Greeks an offerings to their gods. Among the ancients, as among t lie Orientals, down to the present day, ('very metal that included Kill, had a sacred character and created a bond of friendship between the participants. It has been ascertained that the oldest trade routes were for trafliic in salt, for it i a subxtance that must be had, and people will no any distance t ohiaiu the mineral. The natural instinct of animals leads them to places where Hilt is to lie found, and it lias been found that they travel hundreds of miles to and from the Kilt springs, and without it, they would soon become disea-e- d and die. Now let us see how it is produced. The ancients obtained it by dillerent methods. A kind of salt was obtained by burning plants and retaining the ashes; or they evaporated the s a water, as is done at the present day, only of course on a much smaller scale. The Kilt of today is obtained by mining, drilling, evaporating and freezing. Sea salt is obtained by evaporation of sea water. This process of obtaining salt is called spontaneous evaporation, and is c.uried on very extensively on the shores of the .Mediterranean Sea, ami a million tons of Kilt are annually produced. A lan'e piece ol land varying in sie from one to seven acies, barely aboxe high-watmark, is levelled, ami, if necessary, covered with clay to pre-ethe water from sinking away. The land after being is prepared partitioned off into large and small basins, the smaller becoming more shallow in proportion to their distance from the first, and are intended to receive the water as it becomes more and more concentrated; just sufficient fall being al lowed from one set of basins to another, to cause the water to flow slowly through them. The large basins are filled either by the water being pumped into them, or by water from a reservoir, which is constructed by the side of the great basin, and which is itself tilled by tidal s as ; the remaining water is after a time drawn oil', and the salt is collected from the lsittom and sides of the basins. This salt is not so pure as that obtained by evaporating rock-sabrine, and it often contains I.'i iht cent, of impurities. Another way of obtaining wilt is by drilling a bole down into a bed of rock Kilt, pumping pure water down into the hole, which dissolves some of the rock silt; after becoming a brine, it is forced back to tlio surface, where it is run into vats, and by artificial beat, the water is cvaitorated. ami the salt is left In tin. " rooks-Chlorinsalt-wat- It now l.aW oitt'tliat when M. Citrnot visited the "house of Napoleon." nt Ajac-cia collision between some of the Republicans 4iud IUictiouistswlio had, L'atheri'd outside was only averted by the prudtgey tlisplayed by the authorities. The litiutue in Cillia cuiitiuiies A few Kcpnuiieuns, iinnuug wun zeai. reat that it is related t!iat lettiitly a by the wish to get up il party of beggars arrived al Tieti-tsii- : and animated Tho People You Want Co Rcacli. political deinoustration. begnnuslnging from one of the worst nlt'coted dihlrints find Every bnsinessnaiJIsiionld write tluTCliant Vhjf Depart. Imiiieaiaftly" the with bilsketfiUif f little 'girls for sale. place his advert! Benefits in a way calcti- - ReactionistsTopliinl lo theclmlleiige with .nted to teach undMhipress the jKHiple ISe'Ajaccfuhile, Buel of the verses of There are ""2.000 of what wo call "nui-:uwith whom he desires to do business1. which ''Is as foll5wt1'Oulyourkriecs. benefiMissociatiiijis iu Kuglaiid and Money sient in advertising in a paper cltlzDnih'.ntl brbtlffireTliIs'sliade'liis Wales, with funds aiuouutiiig to Over then they cull rliein "bene-H- t which does not circulate iu the homes of among ns in our squares 'and tho people you desire to- trade with ii streets: lot only the name of Napoleon be aud burial clubs."-- ' practically thrown away. The medium heard'" Matters were looking very Persons of the Hebrew ftilt'n uro most which goes into the homes of the people black, w'len the authorities intervened who must bny your goods is the one in and succeeded In restoring order. Lon-ido- n numerous In Russia; nearly half the Het'i- - i brews of F'lropi" which you bhould place your announce; . f Teleratjh i " ' . hients. 'Don't scatter your nrJorJwuste " Ji costly uinmnnitibifuunecesshrily. Decide Sluill loncli Have a Trlus? upon the people you want to l each, and Shall tho towels bo fringed or not? then reach thrnt in the most direct and This is a mutter of taste. .Some ono told tuouomicnl way. ... me, the other day, that fringo was oht Heudquarte a fur of fashion and a hemstitched hem had Electric Bitterr. taken its place. Indeed, I really heard This remedy is becoming so well known this satno statement long ago, but turned to need no special n deaf and so popular as eui, to It, us" alFmy deuf old'towcls mention. All who have used Electric had fringe, und I must giro my allegiance Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Michigan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil Hitters sing the same song of praise- .- A and affection to them for u whilo'to como. Ulcerated Soro Throat. purer medicine does not exist and it is But a hem is really pjeusanter than a by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, Two years ago I had Ulcerated Sore guaranteed to do nil that is claimed. fringo, aud has the advantage of looking - as and refringe does not Throat, and was so weakened Klectric Hitters will cure all diseases of well to the very end.& Mrs'. Stnfford in Good Housekeeping. duced in llesh that my friends thought it the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring al1 was atimpossible for ino to recover. l'imples, lloils, Salt Itheuui and other Tlio latest device of 'fashion ts that ways kept on hand. Orders nc-- e tended by the very best physicians, but nficctions caused by impure blood. Will ladies shall discard pins and brooches of impanied by cash prompttheir endeavors to relieve mo were drive Malaria from the system anil pre- all kinds, to wear instead at the throat a ly filled. Sii vent as well as cure all Malarial fevers. soft rosette of bright silk. These rosettes futile. My mother seeing Swu-r'- s S. S.) so highly recommended, in all shades in the London i'Ikic (S. For cure of Headache, Constipation aro seen shops, not only for tho purpose just mendecided to give me a course of it,aud after and Indigestion try Klectric Hitters. Co. taking the first bottle I was greatly re- Kntire satisfaction guaranteed or money tioned, but ladies with deft fingers trans- Loulsiillei St, Lools& Texas year's bonnet with two or cd, and after taking several bottles I refunded. -- Price 50 cts. and $1.00 per form a hist lic three of these crowded close together; 3STO. was entirely cured. I have not had any bottle at G. W. Short's, Cloyerport, Ky., sailor hats are smartened with these, nnd of the disease since. signs of a return country shade hats havo n row of them and J. A. Witt's, Hnrdinsbtirg, Ky. Ci.iit Ui.ovroN, Williamsburg, Va. liko full blown roses all about the crown. Taking urreel Dis-iatcl- u o. greaPgn-Ht-gnindfathe1 al i h "-- Tlio largest salt district known is tho Carpathian. The Inass of salt Is supposed to no no liundredrjuilcs long, twenty miles wide The anil twcKO' hundred feet thick. mine is divided into four levels, nnd is eight huiitTred ami forty feet deep, ono miles long ami nearly and threo-quartwide. Tho total annual mile one-hayield Is over 55,000 tons. All tho grinding and jacking of the salt Is done in the mine. They employ from 800 to y 1,000 men, many of whom live jcrma-nentlground. The lower levels under contain streets and houses nnd constitute u complete village. Children are born, reared and die in tho mines without ever having seen the light of day or tho stars of night. Tho mines nro well ventillat-e- d and people are very healthy. Salt is indispensable as a seasoning, being uscd'in almost even article of diet, and it is also used to n great extent ns a medicine. Indispensable as tho use of salt nppcars to us, it niusjhave been quite unobbiinablo,topjrimitiveman In many parts of the wffrhlj IiJonic parts of America nnd Indio.salt waJfilrst introduced by Kuropeans7nl there are still parts of Central Africa where tho use of it is n luxury confined to tho rich ; but where man "lives mostly on flesh, salt is the system along with other olempntsr Cakes of salt have been used ns m6ney in several countries of Africa, and it is valued today in some countries far above Iold and silver. ii.. r..ntim unit with Hiiltiliurie acid and combining the resulting product with charcoal and limestone; by a chemthat ical process, we obtain soda-asvery important product, the manufacture of which is now ngitatlngjhc minds of the enterprising citizens of Cloverport. we obtaWcommon soda From soda-asand soda crystals or washing soda, and it is largely used in tno manufacture of glass. Salt is used in making almost all the other sodium compounds. It is estimated that there are over three-quartmillions of tons of soda made annually, and from that one can see what a vast amount of salt must bo used in this one industrv alone. KiwnitnneniiH evanorntioii. er lf tend many hundred feet down Into thu earth, and tho suit is taken out nnd ground, but in a few coses it Is prepared for the market In the mines. It is of n better quality than that obtained by Knertfy In Advertising. Thoroughness, Industry nudtuct aro Bcbe&sary Itjfwritlngind kcepingvnp u Read-lr- s lories ot paying announcement'!. lowadiiys demand, variety In,what they read, wlflrthor U bo in" their literary matter, their news or their advertisements. Monotony tires them. Brevity mil spice, lire absolutely essential to sue-:es- s Every merchant In advertising. ran, with profit, study the methods employed by large advertisers in attracting lttpntlnu to their wares, tt Is not neces- wry that tho stylo of utiy one of them.be :opied literally, but points can bo secured from each and all which 'will be Df assistance In working up liberies of remunerative announcements. Eaoh advertiser should use such suggestions us Mine In his way for all there is In tlreni, adapting thein to his own wrtlcular needs. A novo all things never advertise rnr .mmu.titnr liv Hcoldhiir about him. Adivrtixt. your own gixxln und get ull the Don't return you can ior your mum.-- ; $et Into a raf. A Homo Without a Newspaper. iWhut Is home without u newspaperi1" A home without a newspapci is no homo it ull. It is a kind of dreary den a ren . dezvous of bedbugs and fleas, where the mliiiliifjiiits live in blissful ijrnorancp of . .1 .. -- 1.1 i .ilt.iliH.Ml uu...B. ... wmii uie wunun .1..!.... It class who donotMow who isres j,y,i dent? or whutjhe Hcr iind oiiUlmt -until long after every ottenlt. Thfchildren crow W lu'nigs ' Mid dirt, while tho wife generally finds ;onsolatioii in darning sicKi ami ingoing n pipe loaded with long, green tot bacco, and the man generally lives licean't die nnd hf' Is too lazy to kill himseir. He goes out on election Juysund does not kuovr who, ho U voting for, but just takes the ticket belling the name his " voted for. Exchange.' '"""" MI;4 iQ, j,,,, ,,?,... 1t,,.Ll ft Mmiffi , u. Seven huffilred thousand tirasof loo nrt thWioresof LaW Cliamplaln ifnd" Lake GfeorgcJ The tec harvesters. had expected to ship iitWfcf tills by boat fo the city s'torehbuses and depots at the' openin.rof navigation. The regular ice bar,,vs wi'l not lock through Hit Cliam plaii canal, ro hero Is the difilciilty A fair iiveivre of 17 tons per car wonl.l re--, qititv 750 trains of 40 cars each, jmd If six ruc'.i tnuns could 4)0 loaded ami sent per day, which, with the singl. track road, in doubtful. It wonl.l require 125 days of r.toady work. On tin other hand. If water transportation is c'.iost:i on, nccoir.it of lower rates, ut 150 tons iter ennui boat, it would require H.'.'M ciiuitl l)0'tts to bring it to year, w'.iich was tide water ;ih1 Tor boaliu;;. only O.WW boats wen" t l.'.ire.l fitr.i'i the Whitehall olllce wmtii, The boatmen pnHwi.tc to take nil vantage of the necessities of shpjei's. and will largely Increase their rates. They nre demanding ijlS wr day for the use of theii Iwats. Many of the ice companies have brought their burgej np the Hudson antl propose to transfer the ice from the canal boats to the barges, many of which hold 1,200 tons, thus saving some time In the eausing ,)f tliooanii, bouts. Wl,;t( ,,, I,,', ft,, st ticked on n llrliiilii- - Ico t Town. , county is H),(5(KWeu thioV through the ice 11U. .... f. ...... .mis .', w ...... -a .... (ioii;iii.i wiiiiui. utii vwt, i- Ir Tim Old NiipiiU'iinlxtH o." Cm-Ki- Te Hefrin X.oyl Veflla-;r- . A vry important'lTnovcmentlias been projected by tlip B.ir nsocIatiDU, but the attorneys nre keeping quiet about it. The scheme fi a'rft'ff ort fa slough off that great iosi of stupidity fountain deeds, mortgages, etc., such 03 "all tho right, titlo. interest und clnlnl off in nnd to John Smith to certain," etc., and got down to Nineteenth century solid business sense. .An'ideu'6f tht) importance of the' work will bo hail by considering that the conn ty records'iirb now cneuinlicivd by n car oad ,of uselesi paper covered by verbiage. The paper cannot-ovebeo:it,to the tiiiU'toue gro.iil over, as the records 'lire oMmiiortaiico. and vast amounttof room is necessary to store thum. Tliey cannot be dumped into a vault, for they nro necessary to consult dully, und the number of racks necessury to contain them suggests that owing to the number of financial operations nowaduys. nnd the probability tluit they Will continue to grow, the entire court house will be necessary todiold them before the end of unother half coutnry. This .verblago is also an expensive rolio of the olden time, as an army of transcribers Is necessary tolceop thoreconbi in shape. It is also necessary to retrnnscribo them onco In n centnrj', unless better paper and indelible ink lie used. A considerable number of, copyists have been ut work for months rewriting, the records mado previous to A. D. 1800. When it is understood that the records of several years after the borongh of Pittsburg was incorporated wore contained iu u single book, and that at present, the Jrecord of n single day's transfers umUnortgugou might till u the importune of brevitywill be understood at a glance. Pitt6bnrg ' 1 n vol-nm- o, Whaf is 1CAST0RIA1 -- 3 latk imr 4fe, Cniteria In Dr. Sam'l Pltolier'a eMlwMMiltui bmSL qalek oara for Iaftuata' qui Children' OomplalfPU. fgparlor to Caator OH, "Paregorlo or Karoo tip Syrnp7 ClilIAn cry for Cantorln. Mil" llona of Mothora blonCimtorla. CMtorla cures Cotlc, ronstlnatlon ; "I rocommend Caatorla tor children' Sour Stoninch, Dinrrhaio, Kructatlnn ; onmiilalnta, ns guperior to any prencrlpUon Clires healthy nloep ; also oldn dlgesUon ; known to W." IL A. Ancintn, f. D.. Without carcoUo BtupefacUon. , HJ Ho, OxXorU St., lirooktjru, N.T. Tn Ccntach OoxrAirr, 77 Murray St., Kotr York. i.m. vi & - ' ? . 1890 FRANK S.COOK, -- : :- - ."?. M 'i'Wr nI ' 'm V LMBER, 4 MIIS. i-- ' - S.2 i :.'J? 1 SEnraiEsDooiLS, cs ssiEa: &:bt iqq I ft M ") IDSw - 'j r''lc Estimates promptly made. MAIU BET., 15th & 16th STS., ,fS GREGORY & CO,, Reapers and Mowers, LOUISVILLE, KY. STMcntion tliis paper. Pine Poplar Shingles L. ' DB ADDBSON'S ADDISON, KY. RJi TIME SCHEDULE, 13. The Grandest He Ever Saw. Mr. W. J. Column, a prominent citi zen of Gainesville,. Flu., writes the fol lowing under date of Feb. 10, IS)0: "I contracted a severe case of Contngioi s Wood Poison that gave me ii great dial of trouble, and baflled the physicians of this place, I was finally advised to ljy Swift's Simxific (S. S. S.), and I can say with great pleasure, that u few bottles of it have entirely cured me. I have no hesitancy iu saying tlint S. S. S. is tlio grandest blood medicine I ever saw, r.nd can cheerfully recommend it to any oi.e sull'eringas I was." Treatise on Wood and Skin Diserses mailed free. Swut Si'kcific Co., Atlanta, Go. Tin-- : iiomk PAPrcrj. MI'o A Mttle Htoey from Real Carries n Moral. Thai A, M.r Sunday, Feb. 23, 1Q90. Black lisle thread nnd Bulbriggan hose At 5;00 o'clck hi rtip v i vi iiir. brigands, Vinccusu dyed with fast sanitary color are exTwo Neapolitan Wat Ilomtd 7Viin Eft Round Train t tremely cheap and as nicely finished as Cieco and Giusepp.' Itoi. have been UtlLjtXD UILA!tn KXPBKSS. STATION'S KXPUI8B. set at libevly after forty years' silk. These fino black thread goods nre worked with silk stitches in endless and 1 20pm imprisonment. It 's impo i.;jble to 8.011am L,T...UnionDopot,L.oulv'e..Ar. 1Mb .. 8.15, ....Kentucky Ktreot at w sight of admirable variety.' It goes without saytheir Alms llouie the railways, telegraphs, tramways and ing that tho purchuso of cheap stockings .Pleaiura Btdge Park other modem inventions, which had not is n poor form of t :onomy. Valley been dreamt of in their younger days Meadow Lawn.. A woman in Amcricus, Gu., is using a .Ulver View. Still they are not happy. They complain 12.25 .. t Wett Point.... when walking in the streets of lamp chimuoy that she has used daily for 9.00 .. Rock Haven... 12,02.. Naples tluy do not me t n siirde face the past eight years, and she expects to 9.32 ....Long Branoh.. 11.52m .. they know, not even 1'i.it of a former uso it for many years yet. Sho says that 9.41 .. .. ....Urandenburg ill.40.. ho boiled it in salt and water when it 9.62 a patervictim. Signor Orisp! 11.31 ,,i.,,i,Ekron 10.02 .. 11.20.. Uuiton nal government: the uloni condition of was bought, In 1882, nnd no matter how 10.13 .. throngli It, It woa't 10.23 Irvlngton 11.00.. t'.ie poor fellows has ava!:ened his sym- large a flame runs 10.59 .. WoUter..... 10.32 .. pathy and he has furnished t'.iem with break. 10.47 .. ....... Lodiburg 10.47 .. t':e means to return to their native moun10.37 .. 111,60 .. ., Pieroe tains. Siguor Crispi is a lover of old 10.30 . Samplo 11.01 .. Take no iboct wnli 10.10 .. and brigands were getting ritepbenirport .. IV. T.. linurlai'nftme and II 10 .. t- -' 10.10 .. Ilult ore atnmpeu univ scarce in the Campagna of Naples. Le CAUTION price cunriot lupoir .ibe 11.18.. ion. 11.31.. the dealer bottom. If 9.55.. Cloverport, Voltaire. lend direct to factor?, eiiclonlns BdtertUed 11:3.. 9:50., .Shopi..,.. lnco 9.39 Sklllman.. UMxm Tlui l'lrt Vljilno (HmiKtvr. 9.23 .. llaweavilte.. 12.04ru The first Alpine disaster of tho year 9.09 Falcon..., 12.19 lias occurred near Montreux. Two young ...LewUport., 8.50.. 12.30 men from Laiibanue scaled tho Rochers Power 12,47 8.3C. do la Neige. and as they found the projier 12.59 823 . Patei 1.08 .. Arr ..Oweniboro. ..lvo B.lliM tiath obstructed b, snow, they climbed 7.45 M Stanley 1.30 the face of the rock (ill they could go 7.34 .. Worthington 1.40 .. ., no further. On tnrniug to descend one 7.14 ,. 1.57 SpotUTllle of the mountaineers. M. Odin, fell over OH batketU 7.05 .. 2 Lvo 6.50au aud was killed instantane2 20rxArr.i........Ilendenon the prcipico ously, whileiiis companion only escaped by tying himself to a tree, where he remained till rescue party found him the The weather) in following afternoon. THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH LIHE. tins ,parj ,of Switzerland md on tin. (L. JS, A ST. L. U. It.) Italian frontier luis' boon very sovere. London If rupliie. j:ii FA.-R.:R.-S- r i'.i-i- INDIANAPOLIS, 'IND. MFG. -- CO,. 1 no. Price, 918.00 Strictly rirst-Clos- 75. at Factory, "Sn Cash with Order. Warranted Arms. fiifl.ltt V X vj-- 7R1TE-U3. f 1 f'? IrmMri -K , Ia tho pUco to buy SEWING MAOIIISE for less monoy than any other place In tho country 1'ba machices I sell aro equal to any that agents charge from $35 to $50 fur: I guarantee thetn to bo what I gay or no trade .Agents will say the machine is no account, tho largo difference in our prices, but I figure on this as on'everytlilng I handle, cut it as low as it can be cut. "My Motto" quick sales and small profit. Two drawer dropleaf Singer Senlng Machines, low arm, with all attachments. $16,50 Five drawer dropleaf Singer Sewing .Machines, high arm, with nil attachments $19.50 Send me a check or the money by register letter, and I will ship you a machine to any part of the country. . Respectfully, , L. V. 'ADDISONf Addison, Ky. :mt lxif Dent Scut umg, easy Perfectly Balanced. Kiinng, un Tcmpcroa isnrnie. licst Wheels and Itest All Over. IF YOU CAN'T FIMD THEM FOR 8AI.E BY YOUR HEKCHANTO. AAIWIUIII1 JIIIAt V. At, Field Seeds, Parmihg Iwplemekts, WALTER A. WOOD Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes. The Love Sewing Machine. Handsomest Stock of Furniture in. the County. Is Consumption Incurable?; W. L. DOUGLAS SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LIKE TO ' ' Head tho1 following: Mr. C. II. Mor.GENTLEMEN. ANDALLP0ISTS ris, Newark, Ark., says: "Was down Fine Clf. IlenirT Laced Grain nnd Cred. moor Waterproof. South-Wes- t. with abscess of lungs, aid friends and IlitBt In the world. Ksnmlnelul B5.00 GEN1JINK HAN1I.HKWK" JSP0" physicians pronounced mo nn Incurable H4.0O UANIsNKlVKll WBI.'r " ;ui Ha.no vor.ici: ANIJ rAKMKRH'.NMOE. in Effect Dec, IS,' 1888. d Consumptive. Hegan taking Dr. King's AI.F HIIOK. 8!S.BO KXTKA VAf.Ill! S.S5 H 83 WOKKINOMKN'SBUOKf. New Discovery for Consumption, am now 8S.0O and H1.7Q lIOYf" ntllUUIl BEMmai 'Lv. Lou'svllle 8:45 a.ni...9:00 p m...4sl0 p.m. All made In Conirreu. Hutton wd Arr8t. Louli 7i'5 ' ...7:25 ' on my third bottle," undluliU) t to. oversee 9:50 p.m. Evanivlllb 2:25 ' & tho work on my .farm.,- - It is tho finest For further iafuruiHllon, call on or addre, si.7s biioe ron hisses. medicine ever mado."Tle.t material. Ueit Style. Beit Tltltaft JOS S 0DI0RNE, Jesse Middlewnrt. Decatur, Ohio, says: W. L. VouKlai, Brockton, Mm. Sold by O.n'l Pais. Ag't, Uunrllle, Kj. "Had It not been for Dr. King's New B L. BRYANT. & Trav, I'af.g'r Ag't, Loulivllle, Ky. Discovery for Consumption I would have died of Lung Troubles. Was given up by.doctors- - Am now in best of health." Try it. Sample liottles free, at G. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., and J, A. Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. It If at plMtant to the taste ai lemon yrop. The amalleit Infent will take it and I,v the ,NewYork Legislature-representativ- because neyer know it ii medicine, Children cry for it. Sever faile to ,'nwniiller, 'of Onondaga enre, comity, refused to vote on some nieasures Chilli onee broken will not return. Tost you only half tho price of other us the 1'epiiblicnu bosseH dictated, these Chill Toniii. llepublicans killed his bill permitting tho Xo quinine needed. So purgative needed. 6TrTik tTi TuF6 "witter TjiTOplo"',or'f"yriieusp' Casuist no peiion. Cheaper than from Hkiincatck'H 1 Jike. The bill was of quinine, Xtpnrifiee the lilood and removes all vital importance to tho people of Syrrt , malarial poleon from the ay item. case, but this act of the Republicans is It it ai large ae any dollar tonio and but an act entirely worthy of a party thnt , BET AILS FOB 50 CENTS. is trying to get a 'corner.' tin everything needetl by man. Whither is out- - holf -- WJILDPtn $3 SHOE St. Loiiis. Evansville West and Time-Car- McGLOTHLAN BROS., Irvington, Ky. s $3 $2 SHOES - Llt. lc. Bowmer HamWeton. x.Vvry .TmKfrdEtfijr: . ?..'. . ' GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC i. i 1 F rx v iL.Myi'' vjkA v v i r EVajisViliiE, Ind. r . gpriuni'iiT-tcirain- g & v xm,mwammamn i ANTED H: W. HERNDON & CO., N'" A OW!niiTilcoirotiTkO.(f.CrtaIii Qanri'fi)o pkoHintuitl for Vc'tli-r'tlmi;iinnin-tcciVruro fm 'f ' r 1 owinu.t. Uh., Dm. It, 1183. PiM MftMOM Co.. fMla, Tvob I Qrti, TuU-l- n rVkM trwi W tkK o" r IW AUK Chill l. rkill Tiat. I PMfimOTl'tUlIlM Mrni .a WW tr dtU.lilM villi It. ;w, tMII .Pt w miu ditUm b, .r Mwilu M t Short. Ajjuo nnd. JUnlflrln riiilnint. 8lil Jy "C. AV. T.blayMr wVliK .r tina ft ud lb. n mr tftn.l.f llk jr, Chill kl. af4 trrlj, vllk rl u4 WJ tM, Mi Produce & den'ral Commi'n Nof 144: Third St., i'Oft .7.. W. STlKftOX, M. D. SAI.W UY o pa-sen- Hnvo your Job work tlono'nt this olllto in Hit latest etylp nntl tlesigna. D CLOVKRPORT. KY. Louisville, Ky; w