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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890080601_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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. !t .$ rfn THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPOKT. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST JftTi f - VOL. XV. 'it , 1890. NO. 2. GREGORY & CO., Hpaili)imrtprs for A1TTEE' CHICKEN IN YANKEE LAND. ARMY ENCAMPMENT AUG. IN THE prV "'. r GRAND BOSTON -- 12 AND 15. Cholera Cure! tj Program mu fur IIiisIiions, Amusement A Tiilul Winn of nml Aecoininmliitlon Visitors Expected to InViulu tin- - Athens t of tho Western World. ICojIyrlslit by American Press Association slain, and may by sjicCial vote cnlruit such sura or any part thereof to any iost of the Qraud Aruiy of tbu K.'puhliv lo.uluJ In such city or town, to bo disbursed under Us directions to any such pereons nwldiu l.i such city or tonn; pro- -' vlded,rthat tho treasun-- r or other llxuielal oflleer of such iost shall make 11:1 nuinial return to such city or town under oath, containing uu Hemlied and specified statement of tliu d.siiosltiou if such sums mado by such iast during thu preceding year, and shall exhibit his vouchers for such disbursements to any committee, of such city or ' V town for examination Tho Sons of Veterans will bo present ll in great force, but will not hold a session. Their annual encampment will be held at St. Joseph, Mo., the last for-.mi- IIIAIRMHSIBiniRB Normal Institute LOCATKU AT Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, ) The veterans invade tho Now England coast this year with unusual zeal. Tho Society of tho Army of the Potomac had a two days' celebration at Portland early in July, with 11 grand street parado and a detail from tho North Atlantio stiuiul- ron maneuvering in the harbor. During tho second week in August, beginning Tuesday, tho 12th, tho twenty-fourtannual eneninpiimnt, national body, of tho Grand Army of the Republic will he held at Boston. The return of tho h 1 of dollars worth ot chickens die every year from Choi-erIt is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy that positivtl) cures it has been made, and to be con vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. a. 50-cen- ts two-thirds Thousands 1 For sale by G. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky. 4, NEVER FAILS PLEASANT TO TAKE. ItUSSKI.L A. ALOER. , tfi t"2i I. The onlv Certain and Effectual Cure for Chills and Fever, Intermittent, Remittent, llillous and Malarial Kever, Dumb Ague, Swamp Fever and all Diseases originating from a Torpid Liver or Malaria. Perfectly harmless, contains no the most or Quinine and can be Riven to Arsvitlc delicate person with perfect safety. As a Tonic for Tired Feeling, Loss of Appetite. Headache, Nervous Depression and off Spirits originating from Malaria, it stands iono and without a Parallel. encampment to the old eastern states is also something of an event. With tho exception of Portland, ISM, and Baltimore, 1882, tho national encampment has been held west of tho Alleghanies every year since 1879. It swung over to Portland in 1885, ttfter avoiding Now England for seven years. Tho Now England sessions during tho existence of tho order have been five tip to the present time. Boston had it in 1871, Now Haven in 187a. Providence In 1377, Springfield in 1878. With that of 18&- - at Portland Now England has had fivo sessions out of twenty-four. 1IIIC33, ftl.OO by lruQQUtn Bold Per Bottlo. Qtntrally. sou raonuxTOBS, Xnd., EVANSl'ILKE, J. C. MENDENHALL & CO., 8. A. V. SOLD AND WARRANTED BY Gh. T77". SZHZOZEST faflffXI&EllJfc!iBI.JJLli ,TtmmmZt'f,,'t?J1i 1 FINE SHOW GASES. jra-A- sk for catalogue. & TERRY M'F'G CO.. Nashvillc, Tenn mrr bnrncR mvtnw&: niLun whatever a political or partinau organization, and any eomraJj who endeavors to iim) t.10 order us a pollMcal engine for the pur posoof gratifylu; auy pMlttual nnUUloa Is reo reant to his duty and his comrades lie Is la no sonso Tho Boston encampment of 1871 will doubtless bo recalled by Bostouians after that of 1890 has passed uwuy ns u very primitive affair. At that encampment there wero deleg'tes from soventoon departments, and tho total representation Tho encampment of was sixty-eigh- t. 1890 will number at least 1,000 delegates, and the departments represented will be about forty. Tho Bobton encampment of 1871 was aotable in many respects. Gen. Ambrose E. Burnsido, of Rhode Inland, tho foremost soldier of New England, was for tho year. chosen commander-in-chie- f Tho question of polities in tho order was then agitating many friends of tho movement as well as its critics, and a resolution embodying tho sentiments of tho vitjriius was passed unanimously. It read as follows: Uesolved, That thedranJ Army of the Ilepub to establish a homo began in 1877, when Gen. Horace Binnoy Sargent was department commander of Massachusetts. Tho veterans raised the first funds and selected Highland Park hotel, Powderhorn hill, Chelsea, for a beginning. Tho property, which had been erected at an original cost of about $90,000, was bought for i?20,000, of which sum dipt. J. B. Thomas, of Charlestown, To further supply funds gave n grand bazaar was held iu Boston in 1881 netting $12,000. Tho state appropriated 115,000 annually for somo years und then increased tho amount to $20,000 a year. A few years ago 11 soldiers' carnival was held in Boston to aid tho home kuI over $00,000 was realized. Since tho retreat was opened over 800 inmates have been cared for. There is a Ladies' Aid association throughout the state having certain interests of the home in charge, und tho Woman's Relief corps of tho Grand Army help to furnish rooms, attend tho sick and supply general relief. Aside from this and other great works of chanty tho Massachusetts veterans are conspicuous workers for tho good of the veterans. Somo'of tho po3ts maintain quarters equal iu comforts to those of any benevolont association or club. Gen. Lander Post C, of Lynn, owns property vulued nt $80,000. They have a post hall, including post room, banquet room, kitchen, billiard room and library, also u coliseum used for public meetings and concerts. Post So, Chelsea, lias a fine hall, and Post 11, of Charles-towand Post 49, of Ncwburyport, have properties valued at $10,000 each. Besides theso, Post 2, South Boston: Post 13, Brockton; Post G9, Weymouth, and Post 08, Dorchester, own their halls. Somo of tho visiting comrades oncampment will at tho twenty-fourtbe entertained ut theso halls. Post 11 will receivo throo California po3ts. Post 2 will do tho agreeable for Post 2, of Philadelphia, and Post 2, of Washington, and Joseph Hooker Post 2!), of East Boston, will receivo Aaron Wilkes Post 23, of Trdnton, N. J. Comrades who aro not so fortunate as to bo on tho visiting list of somo local post will not, however, find themselves A movement ono-half. n, h mJSmSMimwM jTn TitfJi3t- 2- Fertilizer Cement, Mich- - kXMft.. - jT irTT'g:-jrJv'X"ij- MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. week in August. The relation of tho Sons to tho Grand Army was settled in the Milwaukee encampment of 1889. The old rivalry between two systems of Sons is about ended, und the camp system bus tho lead. Tho Grand Army recognizes tho order as tho Order of Sons of Veterans and recommends all sous of veterans who are eligible to unite witli it. Tho Sons are now organized under tho following declaration: OK VE1EKANS, U. S. A. rmxciPLKS. A firm liellef and trust In Almighty Owl. and a recognition of hU beucflccntKulilanca In thu pres ervatlon of tho life und integrity of thu nation True ul egl iiico to the corerument of th United States of America, a rcipuvt for und lldellty to lt constitution, la i ami opiHMltlon to uny system or anvr that l.i uny manner tends to Impair the efllclency und criuaiiency of our National Union SON'S OUJLXTH. CiT, - Hartlinsburg, Brockenridgo County, Ky. iunii Plaster, Salt, Limo, Coal Oil by tlio Barrel, Plaster Hnir, OFFICERS IIOAUD OT TIIUSTKKS. : . Pine wn & Poplar iShingles nl- JAMES BISHOP, President, Hardinsburp, Ky. J. B. 1 1 ENSLKY, Secretary, Dr. A. M. KINCIIELOE, Treasurer " " J. II. RUZBY, " " JAMES B.GARDNER, Uriok, P'ow H n tulles, PJre Flooring kept nn hand Orders nc- companied by cash prpmjif ly lilleA". - FOTJXjTY R. P. SIIACKLETT, : xr eiviinits yrvrMTV Ont)EIt OF To keep Rrecu thu memories of our fathers und their uucriflue-- to maintain ttm Union, and to promote their Intern-si- s and wclfaro as opportunity may offer or may demand; to nU und assist Iu eailn,' for their helpless und disabled veterans; to extend aid and protection to their widows and orphans, to icrpctitatc tho memory of their heroic dead, un J thu ptopr observance of Memorial day; to uld und usjlst worthy aud needy members of our order, to Inculcate iUriot-isand lovo of country, not only among our membership, but unions nil thu (icoplu of our land, and to spread aud suualu tho doctrluo of etpial rights, uoUersal liberty and jasticu to alt UEUUEiumip. Principal, language and Science. D. P. TAYLOR, Mathematics and l'rin. Intermediate Dopaitment. Klemantary Depaitment. Primary "Department. MISS LIN'NIE HASWELL, Vocal and Instrumental Music. MRS. VIOLA SIIACKLETT, Brush Painting aud Crayon. N. C. MOSELEY, M. I)., Lecturer on Physiology, Anatomv and Hygiene. JAMES U. HASWKLL, LL. B., Lecturer on Political Science and Literature. Duties divided between the Primary and Intermediate Teachers. To be supplied. To euro Biliousness, Sick Headache, Constipation, Malaria, Liver Complaints, tako tho sate ami certain remedy, SMITH'S BILE BEAN Vno tho RMAIX Slzo (4011ttlo Beans to tho bottlo). THKY AKE THU MOST CONVENIENT. pupils will find pleasant homes among them. ilardinsburg, the county seat of Breekenridge county, is a beautiful town of about 800 inhabitants'. It is located on tho Fordsville branch of the L., St. L. & T. R. It., about sixty miles from Louisville. It may, also, be reached via Cloverport, a town on the Ohio river, from winch ioint we have u' daily stage line. The people are kind and hospitable, so that the First Term of ten weeks opens Monday, Sept. " " " " " " " " " " " " " " Smmltnlato Jor nil Price of cither Hlxc, 23c. Agim. per Ilottlo. KISSINfi"7-'7-70pARn- s J.f.JMITH4CO.Uiker.of"CILEBEANS,-ST.lO(JIJ or tumtSk MO. CALENDER FOR 189091. The sons, not bss than IS years of age, of deceased or honorably discharged soldiers, sailors or marines, who served In thu Union army or navy J, und tho sons of during tho civil war of Ul j ears of members of tho order, not age, aro clllbla to membership No ono Is eligible w ho hx ever been convicted of an Infamous crlm , or or whosu father has, ever bornu urmsaalu&t tho government of tho United States. 1S01-O- 1st, 1890 1890 1891 1891 1891 Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co. Second Term " Third " Fourth " " Fifth eight Nov. 10th, Jan. lllth, Mar. 30th, June 8th, COURSE OF STUDY. Heading To the Fourth Reader ; Spelling AVords found in Reading, and 400 selected words; Arithmetic To Common Fractions; Geography-O- ral Lessons; Writing The Small Letters and tho Capitals; Grammar-D- rill on Paits of Speech ; Composition Write on Simple Subjects. ords found in BeadHeading Fourth and Fifth Benders; Spelling ing, and Spelling from Spelling Book ; Arithmetic Completed to Discount ; Grammar -- Syntax and Parsing; Mental Arithmetic; Writing; ConqM)-sitio- n Western Hemisphere; Civil Government To Stvle : (.ieourranhv Histoiy of the Government "and Legislative Department ; History To the ltovohition; Physiology Including the Bony, Muscular, Digestive and Circulatory Systems. Beading Sixth Header; Spelling -- S00 Selected Words; Elementary Arithmetic Completed ; Hnrvev's Grammar Completed ; Composition Completed; Geography Completed ; History Heviewed and Completed; Civil Government IJoviewed and Completed ;" Physiology Completed. Heading, Penmanship, Orthography, Higher Arithmetic, Elementary Algebra, English Grammar, Geography, Hhetoric, Physiology, Physics, Zoology, History, Civil Government and Pedagogy. Commission, Steam-boatinSingle and Double Entry Banking, English Grammar, Penmanship, Spelling, Business Correspondence, Commercial Arithmetic and Commercial Law. Book-keepin- TIME SCHEDULE, TiiKllltf lUfcct At Sunday, ILTO. 15. l'llIMMtY OOl'ltxK. At tho last national encampment of tho Sons, Lincoln's birthday, Feb. 12. was adopted as Union Defenders' day, to bo observed by suitable ceremoniesall over tho Union. HOME TIlltUSTS. FeU3, 'u 1090, V3 ELEMENTARY COURSE. irf Bound mail ami KXI'KKSS. 8.2(1 Train llomul Truim MAIL AND RXPHF.SS. STATIONS, Street ... Alms House .Pleasure HUlge l'urlc. Valley Meadow Lawn Klvor View West Point- Hock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Kkron (luston Irvington Webster Lodiburg Pierce Snmplo Stctibcnsport Holt Cloverport Shops CHARLES l)i:VE.N8. mmtfm T. atz VULTK MbW KMMaNolId 'ioltl kNortnUlUU. 1 In SOLID .FREE. I world. watch haivy. : tlmeketpcrthaWarranted Parte oolo nuniinc cihi. or uxc rsEkunin raquai reach local.ty cm lecur ont our Urc "free, torttbar with 1 vaiu&Die iinaoi iiuuicuviu HantPiei. Tfteae Mtnpiei, ti win -WOrK iuun k. M.trk an tVn. All III mII-j- om TOfc l do Is to ahow wbat wi aand you to thoao who .(,i.K.,r..m1ir-j- .t about ,(.V. when oDcjiUrtid, lo MlubU trd for ut,whUUhoHiroTyari npald. Wa pay 11 iprt", migni, lie. nii wa you know all, ir you wouM Ilka to o to work for m.jo CO ra from JBth Udift'andifnl f with work. idi) tio. cihi alxaa, vLKmiMFZ&iw in nasCo.,UaxSl, 1'ortlonU, Maine. Chicago & JLeturn ONLY $7.00. :f ki 5 Via C. H. & D. and MONON ROUTE Prom Cincinnati, and oho cent per milo for tho round trip from nil Mutions south Occasion of tho PATRIof Dcshlcr. ARCHS MIEITANT and I. 0. 0. F. MEETING. Tickets on sale August 5th and (1th good returning until Augtibt 11, 1890. Also Excursion Tickets at Ono Faro for tho Hound Trip from samo points will bo on side August 11, 1890. For further information address nearest Agent 0. II. & D. R. It. E. O. McCOKMICK, General Passenger and Ticket Agent This idea, in different phraseology and in mandatory tone, now appears as an article of the national rules and regulations as follows: "No ollicjr or comrade of the Grand Army of tho Republic shall in any man tier use this organization for partisan purioses, aud no discussion of partisan questions shall bo permitted at auy of its meetings, nor shall any nomination for political office bo made." The Grand Army of Boston, und of Massachusetts as well, has been true to tho principles enunciated in tho early days of this noble institution. One of tho earliest national commanders was Gen. Charles A. Dovons, of Boston, who seved two terms 1871 and 1875 and bravely vindicated the order us un organization tit once patriotic, noble and charitable. Another Boston, eoldier who has been at tho head of tho order is Maj. George S. Mer.Jl, commander-in-chie- f in 1882. Both of these veterans are on tho local committee) for tho encampment of the year. The work of tho veterans of tho city aud state during tho past quarter of a century shows that with them the watchwords "Fraternity, Charity, Loyalty" mean a great deal. In 1801 the whole Union thrilled with tho patriotic words of Governor John A. Andrew, Ouo of his patriotic promises was that the family of every man who enlisted in HUGHES' SURE CURE FOR ' Proprietor! haw wuny Uttert Me thaet BETTER THAN QUININE. Donoy Co., Mr. M. M. Keitorion. Ark.,iaya: "lean certify to tho fact that Hughe' Tenia It the belt chill tonU I ever tried. I consider It letter than quinine." CURES CHRONIC CASES. Mr. II. W. McDonald, Laurel Hill Milt., wrlteit "Your Uughet'Tonlo for chilli and fever hat never failed yet, and I have sold It to a number of chro-ul- o cases. It curej tbein every tiue." For 30 Years a Success. Head till Testimony then TKV IT for Yourself. Mli 9mm 'lif I ' , UEOltOK & MEIUULL. Aft for BuIih1 Tonic and takeHoOther PRICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE. Small Size, 50 Cents. 1'riparrd by ROBINSON - PETTET IjouImvIHo, ICy, 4 CO., For Sale by Druggists, NetlRO the labol oh yeur paper and Xje UyeHrtlwo expire this moHth. the Union armies sliould bo provided years that folfor. In tho twenty-liv- e lowed that promise tho state expended 120,000,000 in udditiou to bounties and the national pensions to kcop tho sacred pledge. The worif goes on to this day as liberally as during the storm aud stress period of' the war. No special sum is fixed by law, but it U obligatory that any veteran, or the widow or dependent children of a veteran, iu indigent circumstances, must bo supported by the town or city where thoy reside. The support may bo furnished ut the homo of tho beneficiary or olsowhoro. but it must not bo in au almshouse Tho Grand Army of tho Itopublio U now mado a disbursing ngont wider tho general law by the following enactment: Auy city or town may appropriate any rum of money tor necessary aid ta soldter and sailors i.- -i families, auj to the families of the .ii strangers in it strange land. The New England veterans are hospitable and systematic as well. Tho headquarters of the various departments aiv located conveniently in u group of hotels close together. Tho Now England department will 1k together. The Woman's Rebel corps will meet ut Treinont temple. The delegates to the encampment will be served with a free luncheon dailyruud several halls will bo oiiened for camp-fire- s aud reunions. A very wise and useful regulation, too, for those who have no local escorts is the department of information. This department will au trjoncy conspicuously maintain marked with a sign at every hotel aud railway station. Theso agencies will furnish full information to strangers tree of charge;. "The aceom.nodatious for veterans in Boston will do credit to that city and to the Grand Army. It is intended that there shall bo no need of 11 camp. All the iwsts in the city and vicinity will entertain visiting posts. Rinks, armories und Iiall3 will bo oponed by the score. The immense now structure, Mechanics' Institute building, wiH bo thrown open with lodging uccom.uodatlous for 13,000 men. Tho place will bo u colossal barrack under strict military rule. The veterans of different states will bo to sections under control qf their own offices. Hotel and boarding house prices will bo rogular; ut the former $2 to $1 a day for full board, $1 for rooms; boarding houses 50 cents to $1 for rooms, 25 cents and upward for meals. The expense to Massachusetts aud to Bostou will be heavy. Tho legislature appropriated $50,009, tho city council $23,000. Tito citizens have organized a guurantoo fund of $100,000. Tho encampment exercises will open on the 12th with 11 grand street parade and probably 75,000 men will be in lino. There aro promised 40,000 from New England aud New York city alone. In tho evening after tho purstde a reception will be held in Mechanics' building. On tho lath the business meetings of the Grand Army and the Woman's Relief corp3 will upon iu secret session. Tho evening of the tilth will bo devoted to it mammoth cutnpfire. The busiu&a meetings will continue on the 14th, to end iu tho evening with u grand banquet to the thousand delogatea and official guests. Friday and Saturday, the 1 Ith and 15th, will be devoted to excursions to Plymouth, Bunker Hill and other place of Interest. Somo of tho distinguished guests will bo tho president, Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Gen. Grant, Mrs. Gon. Sheridan, guosts of Phil. Sheridan Post ot Salem: Mrs. Gen. Logan, guest of John A. Logan Post of Cambridge; Gen. Shennun, Mrs, Gen, Huncock, Mrs. Furrugut and Miss Clara Barton, tho famous toldiers' triend. Tho Woman's Relief corps, auxiliary to tho Grand Array, will hold their eighth Himuiil convention in Treinont temple. An Interesting feature will bo the report of the founding of a home by the corps at Genera, O., which has just been dedicated. "Soldiers cannot bo insensible to the merits of comrades who stood with them in tho ranks of war, and upon whose courage an 1 fidelity their own lives often depended, and it will prove a grateful duty to do justice to tho memory of those who have l.tllen and to guard the welfare of the living also. Whatever the public may do, either through general or htuto laws, for tho survivois who become dependent, there must still re main many cases calling for individual assistance from private hands, and the associated veterans, vhilo strengthening and brightening tho friendship that began iu the ranks, will support those charities of which tho distressed aud broken have so much need." Gen. Dovens' (of Boston) Address to tho Grand Army In 1071. It is necessary to be preciso In speaking of sous aud of comrades of tho Grand Army, for in some instances tho advantage of ago is with the bons, and no veteran, however young, would rest quiet uuder tho implication that his "daddy," aud not lie himself, "fit in the war." It is not ut all uncommon to find a veteran of 41 or 42 years of ago. The boyt. of 15 and 10 who went out in '01 and '05 have not grown old than other folks. Again, tho lads of those days whoso fathers were in the war have kepi on grotving, and to it son today may b climbing toward tho fifties while a vet eran by his side may have just turned forty. Thero ij much to bo said about overdoing tho pension businom, but It Is easy to talk ut random. Tho present rates of pension for common soldiers, $8 11 mouth, dates front tho beginning of tho century, d when the cost of living was not over as great as it is now. If a pensioner owned 11 homo he could live on his $9(i a year. He could rent a house aud garden fiu-.te- r one-thir- 8.05am Lv. ..ITrttnnT)twit.T.iiiilfli ....Kentucky 'a ..Ar. l.lOrM 12 INTERMEDIATE COURSE. U.0II 9 :S2 12 15 .. 11.53 .. TEACHERS COURSE. BUSINESS COURSE. 9.41 9.52 10 02 10. 13 10.2.1 ll.llAli 11.S4 11.23 11.16 H.1'5 .. ...' .. .. & I 10.32 10.17 10.50 11.01 11 10.57.. 10.47 .. 10.37.. 10.30 10.19 10.10 9.55 9:50 9.39 9 23 . . m II 10 18 Geometry, Trigonometry, Analytics, Surveying, Engineering, MechanHhetoric, Chemistry, Physics, Geology and ics, English Grammar, Mineralogy. Hhetoric, Logic, English Literature, Metaphysics, Ethics, Physics, Chemistry, Physiology, Zoology, Botany, Geology, History, Politics, Civil Government, Polilical Economy, International Law, Arithmetic, Algebra, Lieometrv, Trigonometry, Analytics, Mechanics, Astronomy and Calculus. Includes the Scientific Course, Latin Language and Literature, Greek language and Literature. ENGINEER'S SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 11.31 11:39 11.52am 12.01pm 12.111 .. .. .." ..' .. Hnncsillo Skillinan l i t COURSE. 12.30 12.47 12.59 1.08 1.30 1.41) .. Arr, Falcon Lcwlsport Powers Pates .... 9.19.. 8.50 .. 8 11am 8..1R .. 8.2.1 ..' J TV. CLASSICAL COURSE. and 1.57 2.06 2.20r-MArr- Lre Stanloy WorthiDgton ,r...., Snottsvillo ........ Bnskctts..v ..Henderson Lve Uwcnuboro 7.45.. 7.05,. 7.34 7.14 .. V 0.50am ami Intekmeiiiate Coiiises. The work in these courses will embrace a thorough and systematic drill in the public school branches, so that pupils regularly completing these courses will be eminently fitted for any of tho other courses. The instruction will bo so given as to develop all the powers of the mind evonlv in their natural order, and tho subjects will be so analyzed as to enable the impils to retain the greatest amount possible and, at the same time, utilize what ho knows. The The time is here, when a teacher can no longer sit in the school-hous- e six hours per day, drawing his salary at the end of each month, and be retained hb a teacher. No teacher will, in n short time, be recognized who is not up with Ins work and who does not grow with it. This course has been arranged especially for tho teachers of this and adjoining counties, so as to moro thoroughly" fit them for their work and to enable them to procure county cerThey receive, not only a thorough and practical knowledge of tificates. the branches taught, but also special methods of presenting those branches to their pupils. conThe largo experience of the Principal in ducting Institutes, and tho success with which his labors havo been attended at this point, during tho past year, warrants him in asserting that Tho last term of eight weeks will satisfaction can be given in this course. bo devoted entirely to teachers desiring certificates and better grade certificates. tho term, and they will bo Pupils may enter nt any tune charged at tho rates of $3.'20 per month for the remainder of tho time, always in advance. PaiMAitv, Em:mextaiiy REMARKS ON COURSES. FOR MEN ONLY! For LOSTorPATLINd MANTrnnn- Oenersl and NEEVOUS)ZDinT Y Weikneiiof Badr ami Zslnd. T.tTtrim r.f.fiwl?.....fi.nlj..v.H.. Kbl. Sbl UAMlOonfallj ll..topd. Hw lataUrta a4 SlrlkniIiK,L'.1DKTSU)riIDOUIir(JkrAHTSOneDI. AbMlLlr afallUir HOIK TUSATliT-U..- .l. la a 4.r. Itilllr rraai ill Slal.i lad r.r.lf a laiatrLi. Wrila I.ibu Daacrlpllva Kaol, aipUaitlaa and praornal!a(lttltd')fr. Uaru ERIC MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO; N. V. tlil.lllftf TEACHER'S COURSE .... hit is com: cs roc HINT r lliote .1jo writ ( t'Miaat oncorui makt fur tlierli tiir AN ou br. toavMti Mum if to how our pooji tu U.oe Hhi cull your tirirl.lori and thoe around you The of tliia tmtinnnt howl tha ainall riid of thtt trla- KOpt. Tbf0ll9Wt&r cot fWti th apptaraiHa of il reduced to TflK. a in mHr JKlXTTrl the I H n,M'.r.,n' oi lil. A Uiiti Our r.ll.!.rnn-Lnn.iia- l ni tu iiilrNlucvoiir lit-K , CYC iW i. i ulhrrtMWtl.t'llitM'l III tkU lor tu UN L r M SIASSACHUSUTTS SOLWEItS HOME. plat In tho country for $25 uyear. Today $300 will not go so far toward keeping up a family as $100 would fifty years ago. Thero is another view of tho pension business. The old soldiers should not and will not bo permitted to enffor, and since they cannot bo killed off what provision Is to bo mado for them? Tho soldiers' homes every whero aro crowded, und thero is a demand for increased accommodations. It is not dodging tho question to say, "Send them to tho soldiers' homes." Homes must bo created first, and that means vasts sums expended on buildings and improvements that will bo useless in twenty years. Is it not more moral, moro humane, more n noble in every way to pension tho and let him have his own independent household? vct-era- This course will bo iu cliargo of Miss Linnio Haswell, who has so successfully conducted the class during the past year. Comments upon her as an accomplished lady and an experienced teacher would bo out of place here, as her reputation ns a teacher is well established. Practice will bo combined with theory, and no pupil will bo permitted to pursuo tliis courso without a rigid prosecution of tho theory of music. Besides the dailv class drills, lectures will bo delivered from time to time on tho various' subjects taught, and to test moro thoroughly the pupils' power and knowledge, they will bo required to outline, to writo essays and to deliver addresses on all subjects taught. No examination will bo required on entering. Jvo reAll tuition payablo in advance, unless otherwiso arranged. In no instance will money duction for absenco unless caused by sickness. bo refunded, but a duo bill good nt any timo will bo given. iii,.iiu will nnt 1m iinrmitted to "loaf" around on tho streets, but will No pupil will bo bo required to attend to all duties placed upon them. icrinitted to DO ausent ironi recitiuum wunum mc jivi uubbiuu ui mo 1' 'rilicipal. ht-iaiI MUSICAL COURSE. bout tha flnleth art of III bulk II II a rrmJ. doubla III t t.l.. liow you Kopa.ti Urn li air lo carry. Waatwill alio Ihow youun.willi. r.o Troika frunl 3 lo t O a illf l.alt. from Ih. oulilD.ri.nci H.tt.r Willi 11 onto VairUiivriHcbar(M AaJr.il, II HALU.Tr CO., Uoi 8HO, I'DBllASD, Ums. ZIPl'INCOTrs Il was indttd iu itself MAGAZINE, with it, conttnts, u a library LECTURES, REGULATIONS. Gnonac L. Kilmer. Tlinuglitfiil. She (with a beautiful blush and a palpable meaning) Why, wo uro ont of sight of tho hotel. Ho Yes, but tho doctor says I'm o threatened with parulysis, and just I becamo paralyzed whilo I was hugging you. Munsey'a Weekly. How lo Dlfcplny an Advertisement. It is difficult to fix any rule, sincoeach caso requires different treatment. In every instanco a "catch lino" or a "catch word" is desirable, which will arrest tho attention at a glance. Tho fewer words used tho better in purely displayed advertisements. Avoid lengthy descriptions of articles; people seldom read them. Uso plain typo, easily read. The test of an advertisement is its legibility. Fancy letters and intricato designs aro a wasto of timo aud space. Puzzles, Inverted words, Hues set on angles or lengthwise iu columns never accomplish what is extKcted of them. Leavo n margin of blank space on top, sides and bottom of your advertisement, ami it will always mid to Its effectiveness, sup-pos- $1.00 per month. Tuition in Primary courso " - - - 2.00 " " Elementary courso " - - - 2.40 " " Intermediate courso 3.20 Othor courses - Painting lessons in oil 50 cents per lesson. IWtnilt nilhltinir 510.00 for fivo 10880118. lier month. Instrumental music with instrument Tuition payablo in advance for ten weeks if not otherwise arranged. -- Ul I iuii rcto,- - a haffr thought to flint an entire novel in each number. Not a short novelette, but a long story such as you are used to get in boot form and fay from one dolhr to one dollar and a halffor. Not only that, but with each number you get anabundance oj'other contributions, which gives you a good m igatine besides the novel. The ringing blows which have been struct on the gateway of of ular favor, have resounded throughout the entire land, and today Lif s Magatine stands in the front rani if monthly publications, and is the most widely publication of its iindtn tlif, world, rorfull descriptive circulars, addiesl M. t GAZINE, Philadelphia Lll'PlNCO 53 oo per year. s$ cts. single number. The publisher of this fafer will receive y tubscrtftion. f fin-colt'- rrS -- K at Boarding can bo had iu private- families, at hotels or from $2X0 to $2.50 icr week. Itooin rent nt from 40 cents to 50 cents per week. The pupils may. find pleasant homes in. any of tho following fnmi. lies: Mrs. Amanda Smith, Mrs. Moremun, Mrs. Vessels, Joo Buzby, and Mr. Will Beard nnJ D. II. Severs havo been keeping boarders tho past Board and tuition need not cost more than $28.00 per term of ten year. - BOARD. kwkmWwkmWwkfJtm iiJtm Vizm iffli 14 WCCk8 Tho Eclectic Series will bo used in tho Primary, Elomentury and In. termediato courses, and in other dopartmonts almost any text book on tho subject will do, ns the subject; and not tho book, will bo taught Wo hold that tho truo province of school is to teach pupils how to think and to retain as much us possible of that which is studied. Tho success with which our labors at this place havo been attended proves that satisfaction has been given, and as long as wo merit your good Will and patronago wo beg for a lllienil share of it. Breck-inridg- o For further information ttpply to the Principal, at Hartlinsburg, county, Ky. TEXTBOOKS. M SMOWSiSSMSSSSSHi Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1890. TnoTd.babbage I.., S. Ij. Bxproii I T. I.ncttl Time fliird. ging " " " Knit Went Mali and Exprest II. SJ n.iu. 5.50 p in. U 55 .tu. I2H .m. 9.55 a.m. ' 9 55 n.tn. Eiut mV w;,' I.nnti Preltfht ii K.t West Wont TO Oil II COU!tr.NlMlNti:NTN. and yet all the news and From Dana's nnthini; but the neic . Celebrated .Maxims In JtiurnalUm. Get the news - wz .f v GLEnSTIDEL.UTE;, 1 flw AAftll H II Afl H II II Wff nV tBW slfl sHI ZESTT. Mm utv I H H sH. sHHtfe. HI 1HB mIhL UU Hi T" T" BmHB HI sImJH I" Mm V wS' G, -- lion. Charles, "Independent" oiator. w & 'n V r t A. .. ... r IIo.w A. 15. Montgomery announces himself in this issue as a candidate for reelection to Congress from this district. During his four years service at Washington as our representative, Mr. Montgomery 1ms dono more than simply fill the requirements that his constituents had n right to exact of him. lie is fait rvnrk CS taking rank with the leading politicians Iki-- AIM IB HRB B,1 ;m jmvmjiMLmn m9iKj,mL ju-- 7 v IBUBK Bl of the Capital and as for the Kentucky --iri lp & 30 9 S&&3& delegation which is a power there, he is "Smp's its safe and conservative in his views upon public questions as any of them. His 77i7 RESULT. canvass opposition in the present will get pretty strong beforo the race As predicted in these columns two closes, but with his experience as a Cona sweeping gressman, and among the people, we weeks ago, the election party and its think he will bo nble to hold his own ictory for the Democratic of his opponents. entire ticket. Not in ten years have we with the best had the pleasure of recording such a Mas. Thompson has at last been put complete party triumph. The result is out of the Louisville post olliee. After ! gratifying indeed, Deinocratics every- holding her pl.ico through the changes he proud of .Mondays work of a half do.cn Administrations, this where should Jmr'Wf and the records- they made for the old talented and business going woman, was finally forced to give it up, for the party in Hreckcnridgj. They need not such a xjsition would wield in Furniture in halt upon doubting contingencies longer the Republican politics of the city of varieendless now that it is thoroughly demonstrated Barrett, the present incumLouisville. what can be done when all hands are at bent will soon be numbered among the ty. I am now The vic Republican high kickers of the state, work, and doiim there duty. Imelc at my old having an eye to the interests of Renja-ini- u tory was accomplished easily and everystand and reHarrison for a Second term. thing moved smoothly in line at nil spectfully solicit points. There was not a break anywhere, Aftkk all James (i. Maine seems to be the patronage of and it is only when we come up together about the largest beaded man in Harrias to the conditions of the the public. he has jumped and as one man that such grand results son's Cabinet. inover to a position that compoits mightily crops throughout the country would are achieved. dicate that the year 1HD0 has not been a He is in with the free trade theory. The men elected are honest able and favor of exchanging our products with very promising one. The intense heat capable, and each and all of them will those of other Countries free of any tax has" been general and tho yield of corn make efficient and trusty otlicials. The or duty to the goverment. This doesn't and wheat will be light, 'tins is not Honest Goods. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. Kentucky but in those states Democratic party wants no other kind. meet with the approbation of the Repub- confined to where heavy ciops are niailo the producAll along lican bosses, but Mr. Itlniue has sense It will havo no other kind. farenough to see into what a dangerous tion is cut short. The earnings of the the line it has given to the public tried predicament his part'ys stand on the mer has much to do with the business sucTho officers elected arc as follows BRANDENBURG. his means nnd true men and history proves it. tai ill" question is leading it to and he cess of the country and when Delegate to tho Constitutional Convenof business is neces-saril- v fail, other classes As for our Republican friends who wants to steel them out of danger. Jjhn T. Ditto, Agent & Corrcsp'nt tion James F. Woolfolk. more or lis affected. were slaughtered we can say that there County Judge II. C. Itawiings. Tiii:i:i: is not in this broad laud a truer Jno. T. Ditto has returned home. was but little hope for them in the beCounty Attorney Thos. Hamilton. Harrison has done .one PiiBsinBvr set of men to Demoeiatic principles than Geo. Lyddan was in town Saturday. Old lbeckenridge has made a ginning. lie has adCounty Clerk It. II. Nevitt. coiiinienilible act recently, those at McDaniels. Upon all occasions Geo. II. Madden was in town Friday. new ileal and in the future the cards will and at every contest you find them stand- vised congress to pass a law foi bidding Jailor Henry Harrington. any business relating to Lottery comThe regular democratic ticket was be cut just this way. ing nobly and bravely by the DemocraAssessor J. T. Dland; panies to be transacted through the elected. tic ticket from one end to the other. Sherifr-- S. P. Woolfolk. United States. Though a small precinct their majority is mails any where in the Horn to the wife of Mr. James ltieketts Till! COl'XTY HUH'TIOX. Tho deputy Assessor will be Mr. He regards Lotteries as a curse to tho a boy. always far ahead of anothiug in the poorer Grecnwell and the deputy Sheriff John county. I.at Monday it reached one and particularly injurious to the Dr. 'j. T. Funk of Corydon, was here 1) Hardin. Viriouv perches on the Democratic or less God bless class of people who waiste more and twenty three. Saturday. banner. Everybody Democratic is hundred and may her courage never grow-les- of their curings in them. Gratifying To All. Mr. John L. Henry and wife wero in elected, and everybody Republican is her in the gieat cause of Democracy. town Thursday. Tho high position attained and tho defeated. Old Hreckeuridge Democracy has The great champion, Hon. Charles Horn to the wife of Mr. M. II. universal acceptance and approval of tho come to stay and don't you forget it. Kiiom the ovation that lion. John pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Illanford, lies low in the ashes of demoFontaine a girl. Young Ilrown has received during his lition. His thin disguise of "indepenHon. C. It. Wathen was in LouisAillo Figs, is tho most excellent laxativo Deafness Can't be Cured would dent candidate" was yesterday so punc- tour over the State tliissiimmer, it known, illustrate the value of tho quala useless venture for any one to by local applications, as they cannot last Wednesday. ities on which its success is based and tured with adverse, I don't believe your seem of the ear. against him for the Gubernatorial Mrs. S. C. Malin visited relatives in aro reach the diseased portion abundantly gratifying to the racket ballots, his remains are hardly re- offer people generally concede There is only one way to cure deafness, Vine Grove Sunday. California Fig Syrup Company. cognizable. The people could not be- position. The is the man for the place, and opand that is by constitutional remedies. Lawrence L. Lewis, of Louisville, is at lieve bis independent dodge. The Re- that he position however utrong it may be will Deafness is caused by an inflamed con- home for a few days. MEMORIAL. publicans supported him and the Demodition of the mucous lining of the not woik to defeat him. Miss Maggie Malin, of Vine Grove, is crats didn't support him. Roth took oi WiiKitKAS, God in his providence has tube gets Eustachian Tube. When this visiting relatives here. rejected him all the same, nominee of a taken from our church two loved memTub killing of that young lady in I.ouis-vill- e inllumed you havo a rumbling sound or party or not. The "independent" was Miss Maggie Coleman, of Vine Grove, bers llro., Lawrenco T. Keenan and last week by a rough by the name imperfect bearing, and when it is invisible save in Mr Hlaukford's speeches Sister Viola Morton. Thereby leaving is visiting Miss Inn Malin. of McCrory, was the most cowardly and entiiely closed, Deafness is the result, The whole Democratic ticket was Mr. W. M. Ditto has lost 10 head of their places vacant in church and at the has daikeued the crime and unless the inflammation can bo triumphant, and all the ollices will be brutal affair that family firesides. bo Therefore, it taken out and this tube restored to its fine cattle within the last month. administered by Democrats for the next calendar for some time. McGroiy will I'cmhed, That while wo mourn tho loss condition, hearing will bo desMiss Lillian Lewis is visiting Miss bang in very short order if he gets his normal fouryears. of a dear brother and sister wo feel that troyed forever; nine cases out of ten are Hcna Clarkson at Pleasant View. (ientlemen, the pjople have honored dues. our loss is their eternal gain and we bow is nothing but caused by catarrah, which Misses Cora Snyder and Maud Perrin, with reference to tho hand you Remember, that "a public olliee is a that has rean inflamed condition of the mucous of Louisville, are visiting Miss Pearl CoMMissioshu Wilson's agricultural public trust." smitten us. surfaces. conDitto. We take no pleasure in the personal port is very discouraging as to the Itoohed, That Pisgah churcli offer her We will give One Hundred Dollars dition of crops throughout the entire disappointment of any of the defeated The teachers examination was held heartfelt condolenco to tho bereaved state. He predicts that it will be a very for any case of Deafness (caused by here Fiiday and Saturday. Quite a families. candidates while we rejoice, it is because hard year on people who have small catarrah) that we cannot cure by taking we lelieve in the triumph of Demonumber wero examined. Hall's Catarrah Cure. "Send for circulars, Resolved, That these resolutions bo cratic principles. We earnestly believe means. Misses Ileitio Jlichardson and Mary printed in tho Hiikckks'iiidoi: Ni:ws and now, more than ever befoie, that the F. J. CHENEY &. CO,, Teledo, 0. Puscy who have been visiting in Gnr each family furnished with a copy. A m Miuai of people in the North conHbeity and prosperity of the people are nettsvillo have returned home. demn the Force Dill. When opposition Thomas M. Dates, alone to bo maintained by the DemoDEPARTMENT. HnROIHSBURG Misses Cora and Lena Richardson, of to its passage comes from their own side churcli clerk. cratic party. No other party or organiUnion Star, who havo been visiting Miss of the house the Republicans will be zation can do it. If you distroy the DeIRVINGTON. Kit I tor Sushi Uichardson havo returned homo. v. :. iixmiAfsi: slow to pass the bill. mocrat jc pauy, you destroy the RepubMr. Ned lteeso of Ohio arrived Saturlic. Its existence and success are abso. The election was lively all day. We are still very dry and need rain. Mu. R. E. Woods gives the Nkws an day and joined his wife here who is lutely essential to pieservc this governThe Democrats got in some splendid visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. John interesting letter from Washington this Deal estate took a boom last week. It is the party ment from oligarchy. week. Mr. Woods has a good position work. K. Ditto. Jolly & Dennett, selling four lots in ono of Jefferson, and Madison and Jackson, Marshal Thompson and his deputies Mrs. Den S. Clarkson and daughter, day. and of the people. The Republican as clerk in the War Department there and his friends will be glad to hear from keept good order Monday. Doyd Dros, havo bought about 0.000 Miss Fannie, of Dig Spring, and Miss party is the party of the autocrat, the him often. Miss Ella Goodson and Miss Hun", of Mary Dennett, of Louiswlle, attended hu. wheat nnd stored for their.mill paycentraliatioiiist, the money power, Louisville, are visiting Mrs. J. A. Witt. the picnic Saturday. ing from 70 to 80 cents, neecessarily progressing toward tyranny Mu. Powderly, the ablest leader of the A Flag station has been established at Hardinsburg will bo called Democraand oppression of the masses. Power in D. W. Henry has sold his hotel to their hands has already wrought infinite laboring men in this country has come tic and counted on for that party before Squiro Dittos on L. St. L. & T. Switches Win Otto & Co., and is now building a and denounced the Force Dill in many more elections. will bo put in immediately. cost. If continued then, it will result in out This is residence to move into. language. of the Republic of the very severe the destruction Ivost A gray cashmcer coat on tho big dono principally for tho Louisvillo Salt Tho Irvington mill, is progressing to fathers. road between Hardinsburg and my re- Co., whoso plant is near there. completion rapidly and will bo ready daddy-in-laMr. C. J. Fella, the of The election passed off quietly hero for work about September 1st. the Cloverport Times, went to Salt rive sidence on the Hartford road, on the 18th of Jul1. Tho finder will please reand as there wero no contests for the IX THK STATE. Dro. Smith of tho Christian faith, of yesterday along with the defeated turn to me. different county offices very little inter- Logan county is carrying on a scries of candidates. est was taken. In some districts a warm meetings hero, Ho is a fine preacher Henry Jolly. Tut: result is a sweeping Democratic fight was made over tho office of Magis- and wo welcomo him to our place. victory in the State. Will.the RepubliTin: district Committee have ordered a Public Speaking. trate which served to bring out a good cans never learn that the howl they set primary election to be held on the 4tli AVheat crop is threshing out about Tudo W. E. UusseJI, candidato for vote. up about the Federal soldier and his of October to choose a candidate for half crop. Oat crop nothing. Corn Congress in this District will address tho woes, only serves to disgust him uml Congress from this Congressional disTho Juovnilo Missionary Society wil crop fully cut sliort half at present. citions of llreckenridgo and Meado givo a lawn feto in tho Court House Tobacco crop looks worso than I over saw make everylnxly moro strongly support trict. counties at the following times and yard on Tuesday evening August 10th. the nomineo though lie be an it. ? Until they havo more truth SnxAToit D. II. Smith, says the Nelson places, vi. : In addition to all kinds of refreshments Missra Akers tt Daily havo bought Cloverport, Wednesday, August (Ith. under their assertions and clamor as a Record, declines to make the race for a regular supper will bo provided. most of tho stock in our vacinity, pa'ying " night, Aug. (Ith. Every body is cordially invited both old Tnington, foundation, it will nlways be thus. congress from this district this timo. very good prices. Thoy are welcomo Hanlinsburg, Thursday, August 7th. has been well suppoi The and young, and ns tho young people visitors in our town, as wo have for somo McDaniels, Friday, August, 8th. and well recognized in the Demonever make a failure you may bo suro timo needed a livo stock man hero. Til Kin: was a big fire at Kli.abethtown Custer, Saturday, August 9th. cratic party and he knows it and don't last week. A large portion of the bus! that you will bo royally ontcrtalncd. It. M. Jolly has bought of Z. T. Stith, Union Star, Tuesday, August 12th. Thonips Ilurch, of near Mooloyi ille, his farm containing 277 acres at $1,000 ask sympathy at the hands of the Repub- ness part of the city was destroyed. Mooleyville, Wednesday; August l!5th. was Ho moreover lican party nnd press. tried for lunacy lust Thursday beforo cash, this is a very cheap farm at tho I'ayncsville, Thursday, August Tub expenditures for pensions for tho knows that it is all hollow pretense, for if Ho was prico only s Police Judgo Fairleigh. of its established Dewloyville, Friday, August 15th. adjudged a lunatic and taken to tho Value, it being tho best part of tho Ben there is any body a Republican hates, it year ending Juno .'!0 as officially stated, Jolly's Station, Saturday, August 10th. Central Lunatic Asylum. Tho case of soldier. Whon- - amounted to 10!,:Jo7,5:H. la Democrat Stith farm. Land scorns to bo on tho llrandenburg, Monday, August 18th. they get a chanco thoy pour it into Mr. Ilurch is u Bad one. Ho is a young declino horo, but Bob knows a bargain Speaking to begin at 1 o'clock p. m. Louisvim.f. is having a very hard time Dnly when thoy hope, to seduce man, only 24 years, of age, and well when ho sees it, and no man is more n their allegiance totholrpurty, getting satisfactory returns from her con-bu- s Other candidates urc cordially invited. educated. His mind becamo affected ready to take them in than lie. Just report. Nral soldier Democrat, do they about fivo years ago but ho did not think of as good land as is in Breckenn tears. violent until last week, when ho ridge county soiling at about $14. per BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Asd thero stands Webster, God bless Clues Indigestion, IMllousncu, Dytpcpala, Main, attacked tho other members of the aero, with fino improvements thereon, d this game for ten ila, N.rvouincM, and General Debility, I'tirtl verwon, never will her, with u Democratic majority of 120. clam recommend It. All denier tell It. Genuine family and tried to kill them. Ho is a Mr. Stith refused $5000. for this land, beto grow and prosjvor. May she continue heji trade mark and crossed red lines on wrspicr son of Mr. Stoven Diircb. foro putting a $1800. residence on it, to win. J?L TO THE FRONT Here we are with the biggest line of ISttlrMrk Hy Jfjt-Li- S ''.:4&dr .: '?$? ...vTyLrr mPtW . .?7aBm. z ' - 'vie r' fitfftjfe P. SiSiaSSatsM gl lMflrm 4? ! l!l$Lhffi)L d& 1 And General Merchandise, ever Prices at Rock Bottom. Come and see us. Ii ! brought to this Section. iA STAPLE 'Kssa Ns? & & MOORMAN & BEELER. CLOVERPORT, KY. HERE "WE ARE AGAIF F; N. D'HUY, Branch House, HARDINSBURG, KY. ! - Jewelry Department. WATCHES, CLOCKS AND Grocery Department AND FANCY JEWELRY, GROCERIES, Musical Merchandise, and Sewing Machines. Provisions, Confections, Fruits of all Kinds, Etc. NOTICE. A REPAIRING A SPECIALTY llKi-our- s Change of Firm. Notice is hereby given to all persons having unsettled accounts with tho firm of B. F. Beard it Co., to como forward and settle same at once. Mr. J. B. Hensley, ono of tho firm having withdrawn makes it necessary in order that we may settle tho firm's business. Tho business will continue as before, under tho supervision and managment of B. F. Beard, senior member of the firm. We will continue to keep in addition to our largo and full lino of General Merchandise, a full lino of FUBNITURE AND UNDERTAKER'S GOODS, SADDLERY AND HARNESS, COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, PIPES Ac. PLOWS and HEPAIRS of all kinds. MOWERS.REAPEItS.WHEAT DRILLS CULTIVATORS, nnd in fact nil farm impliincnts needed ; also a good assortment of BUGGIES, PHAETONS and CARTS, STUDEDAKER and OWENS-DORWAGONS. Wo aro tho sole' agents in this county for tho Celebrated Cincinnati Desiccating Co's Fertilizers. Tho inducements we offer our patrons s goods and prices as low as are B. F. Beard & Co. anybody. O first-clas- INCORPORATION FURNITURE, mmmmm' UNDERTAKER, s STATEMENT or the Condition or tlic.Hrcckiii- ridge IliiiiK, Ulovcrjiort, Ky.,nt the clone of IIiinIiichh June 30th, 18IK). Notes and Dills Dlfco'untod..! Dank Fixtures and Furniture Dunking Houso nnd Lot Over Drafts Suspended Debt Donds Due from Dankr Cash on band $160,923 2,572 3,335 2,130 130 (7 25 14 25,884 32,030 22,045 34 85 04 38 57 Total Capital Stock Deposits Surplus Fund Undivided Profit Dividend No. 32, duo July 2nd 1890 $249,001 24 filAItll.ITlCS. $45,100 180,813 19,000 2,533 00 41 00 23 Taxes duo Total Jul; 1st, 1890 1,804 00 410 60 ed llank do solemnly swear that the above statementjs true to the best of my knowledge und belief. A. D. SKILLMAN, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to beforo me this the 1st day of July, 1890. CHAS. D. SKILLMAN, N. P. D.O. $240,661 24 1, A. D. Sklllmnn, cashier of the above nam- BANK OF De it known, that D. Hambleton, W. II. T n XTAII If Hawiii.. I 'M MIMa Skillman und their associates have asuoclated inemseives together and uocome incorporated under the corporate name and stjle of tho Cloverport Salt and Oas Well Company, and by that namo shall have perpetual succession, uny havo a corporate seal and alter the sqmo at pleasure, and as such shall have exercise the right of a natural person. 2. The principal place of business of saltT corporation shall bo at Cloverport, Kentucky, and the general nature of its business shall bo to acquire lands by purchase, donation, loieo or otherwise, and drill for and develop tbeie-u- n natural gas, salt water, minerals and all or any other products or substances, and to manufacture or dlsposo of the same; also to dcul In and utilise all such products and substjno lay pipo lines, cundults, railway tracks, roads and passways for the successful and profitable management of Its business, and generally to do and perform all other lawful acts to this end. 3. Tho sold corporation shall hive power to sue nnd bo sued by IU corporate namo in all courts and places; to render the shares or interests of its stockholders transferable on tho books of the company ; to make contracts, acquire and transfer property, posjessing tlio same powers In this r en poet us uutural persons now enjoy, to establish nnd inako all rules and regulations deemed expedient furthe management of iti affairs, not Inconsistent with the constitution or laws of this state or of the United States, and to prescribe the terms' and conditions when the capital stock shall be paid In. 4. lho privato property of stockholders shall be exempt from the debts of the corporation. 5. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which the said corporation shall at any tima subject itself shall not exceed fifteen hundred dollars ($1500) 6. The affairs of said corporation shall bo conducted by a presldoLt, secretary, treasurer and a board or lire directors, who shall be elected and bold their offices for one year", and nntil their successors shall bo eleoted and installed. The stockholders shall annually on the first Saturday of July in etch year elect a board of directors, and oich share of stock shall upon all matters be entitled to one vote to be cast in person or by writtan proxy, provided however, the corporation above named shall bo tho board of directors tor one year or until tbelr successors aro elected and installed The board of directors shall elect the presldont secretary and treasurer, who shall bold their office for one year and until their successors are elected and InitftllAit. TKa t.n...r.- - i time to time appoint, such other officer and agents as to them may scorn advisable. 7. The capital stock of said corporation shall be tho sum or Five Thousand dollars, dlyldad into one thousand sbaies of five dollars each. 8. The said corporation ehall commence business on the ljit day of July, 1890, and may continue for twonty-Ov- e years. The capital stock shall be payable on the call of the boaril of directors and at such time and In suoh man-L- er as they shall prescribe. CloVcrport, Ky., July 1, 1890. j D. Hambleton, W. H. Bowmer, J. T. Miller, Julius 0. Nolte, A. D. Skillman. by-la- . HAEDIISBUEG Capital Stock $25,000. D. F. DEAltD, Fresldent. WILL MILLED., M. II. DHAUD, Cashier. 1 O. W. DEAltD MOUKIS KSKKIDUE J M. JOLLY. tt. For Sale. Pure Dred Dorkshlro Plfcs, nil ages. Eligible to registry. For Prices rnd other Information address J. T. Uodaeds, Hardinsburg, Ky. A JOUIIXAL Printers' Ink i'OIt ADVEltTISERS. DIreeUrs. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Motile S. Pulllara, Plaintiff ) Notice of Salo Against A. M Pulliam, Defendant. J In Equity. Dy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Salo of the Dreekonrldge Circuit Court rondsied at tho April term thereof. 13(0, in the above styled cause, the undersigned will, on Monday the 18th day of August, 1890, between tho hours of 10 o'otook, p. m , nt the Court House door In Hardinsburg, Dreokemldge eounty, Ky., being a eounty oourt day, will proceed to expose to PublloS ile, to the highest bidder, tho following described property, viz : A certain parcel of land, lying in this County and Circuit, in the town of Hardinsburg, containing ten acres, and a town lot, upon which Is tho brlok dwelling of the late Thomas M, Miller and the same property on which he resided at his death, and bounded, vision the streot and road running towards Owensboro, Ky., on the east by Alfred llobards lot and the Seminary lot, on the south by the Seminary lot. Hartford road and Matthits Milter's land. Terms. Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months. The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security, for the payment or the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a Judgment, bearing legal Interest from the day of sale, with a lien reserved upon said property, until all the purchase money is paid. Commissioner of Dreckenridge Court. Is Issued weekly, and is the representative journal the trade journal of American' adver Users. It indicates to the inexperienced adver. tiler how, when, and where he should advertise j how to write an advertisement) bow to display onej what newspapers to use: how much money to expend Id fact, discourses on every point that admits of profitable discussion. Advertising is an art praoticed by many but understood by fow. The conductors of Printers' Ink understand it, and their advlcolsbastd on an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e years in placing advcrtisolng contractj for many of the largest and most successful advertisers., A year's subscription costs but two dollars : sample copies Free. Address : GEO. P. HOWELL 6 C0.t Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruco St., New York. two-third- FARMERS FREE COLUMN. For Sale, two marcs and colts, cheap, apply to Lost, a solid gold dent's pin. The finder will leave at this office and be rewards . irnw A'Pamh.U w. be-coi- VIliaiL DADDAOE, For Sale, eight head of alcn cattle, alto five fine stock hogs, one and a half mite from Hardinsburg on tho Brandenburg road. W, S. Clark. HHHHuHBnii -S- W-Bffl !. I miff i'ti county is thought to bo elected by fifty majority Hon. II. I). McIIcury candidate for tho constitutional convention was eli'ded by a handsome majority. OHIO COUNTY. rim ITT fTTI 1 Ti I 1 I I i i i I 1 J I im Ulyj.LLLilLLLL.LlI In Daviess county Hon. Tlios. II. IVttit and B. T. Birkhcad were elected delegates to tho Constitutional Conve-tio- ii Judge G. W. Williams being defeat, ed by a small majority. Jo Monkey mnU o WhereDidYuuGetThatMelon ONU X03V TOYS Both tho method niul results when i tr-'-- ' Vv'jwhu-ssk- j.A . Syrup ofFiga is takon; it is pleasant and refreshing lo tho tnsto, and acta gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures hahitunl constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agrecablo substances, ,'AUs.inany excellent qualities it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figa is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable drugpist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any 0110 who wishes to try it Do not accept com-'"men- The Ijlectioii, i cum ii IN n ON oi- Cloverport Times. Straddled the wrong animal. clothing dealers With us. Wo leave that for theso "Hoop-In- " Wo with their bmss band and spangles nnd glitter nnd glurc. When wo pell you conduct our business on n different system. a suit of Clothes there is only one profit to pay, because wo manufacture our stock ourselves ; when you buy Eustcrn-mndclothing you pay tho manufacturers' profit and you pay the retailers' profit, ind in the case of some of them, you pay for tho attachments too. Put on your thinking cap nnd it won't take you long to comprehend the truth of what we say. Just now the only profit you pay to us is a very small ono ; in fact, sinco we cut down prices wo havo not been able to sec any nt nil. "What is one man's loss is anothor's gain." side-show MARK THIS ri ! EVERY DEMOCRAT THE The Barbecue at Holt a Grand TICKET GOES BY HAND- Success. J. WINTER & "Old Reliable" S. E. COR. I d SOME MAJORITIES, Breckenridgo Again Redeems Her- self And is no Longor on the Doubtful List. any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. N.r. SAN FRANCISC h CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. HEW YORK, A GEAND GLORIOUS TRIUMPH FOR THE RIGHT. All the Magistrates in the as Well as all the Constables. County-Democratic John Allen Murray, Cloverpurt. Wm. K. Barnes, Hardlnsburg. &, Attorneys atLaw. JJiv Hardlnsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. MURRAY BARNES, a Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, HARDINSBURG, KY. TOffice with Murray A Humes Court Square tion hot day and aMj ovi:it THC COUNTY. uuirr i:i.i:c V & haf tho Republicans fought bravely and weic much encouraged, but ns usual with ItSrOfllcc with D. It. Murray near Post them they made their grand rush in ollico. the morning and tho evening found them witli very little material to fall buck upJUL. on. When tho polls closed for dinner tho Democrats had only about seven or Office orer Ilichardson's ITunhvare store. eight majority in tho two voting places. This was very encouraging to tho OLOVEBPORT. KY. and when tho polls opened at V. S. TAYLOR. J. C. HUSH, J. It. TAYLOR, ono o'clock they began their fight with & Co., removed liopo and claimed that tho day was theirs. The Democrats were not in Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store tho least alarmed. They know what they 0WENSB0R0, KY. had behind and stood to their colors like Frcdcrica Street, little men. At two o'clock tho Democrats had run their majority up to nearly forty and had so completely demoralized WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1890. the Republican workers that they left the polls and virtually gave up tho fight. Tho Republicans were well organized and had their best men in the field who covered every inch of the ground and made a death struggle to carry the day. But it wasn't in tho books for them. Right will prevail and Democracy, tho peoples only refuge, for a truo and honest administration of public affairs is again gloriouslly triumphant. Hurrah shout the glad tidings of great joy in last Monday's victory. We aro unable to give the entire official vote of the county, but enough has been gathered to justify us in saying that tho wholo Democratic ticket has been elected by majorities ranging anywhere from two to thrco hundred votes. In this city the vote stood for Lewis 385, Yost 38 1, Longmoor's majority over Hon. Charles Tinsloy was 41. Tho following aro the "Independent" kick knocked out of Right. majorities for tho county offices : for Judge 47, Monarch for clerk LOCAL BREVITIES. 53, DeJernetto for sheriff 09, Cashman at for assessor 49, Pendleton for coroner 40, Boarding at Win. HaU'r West-enSlaton for jailer 53, Miller tor Convention $3.00 per week. 40 Weatberholt for constablo 82, Ham-bleto- n O. Nolto and wife left Monday night J. and Mullen for justico of tho pcaco for Mayviow and Carthage, Mo. were elected by majorities of 55 and 30 There will bo a musical entertainment respectively. at Fisher's hall Thursday, August 7th, at Judge Board for county attorney with8 p. in., for tho benefit of tho M. E out opposition received 383 votes, Jas W. Everychurch. A splendid program. Miller for County School Superintenbody invited. dent 383 votos. llemember the Excursion to Tar Tho Hardinsburg District gavo tho Faro round following Democratic majoritcs, Monarch Springs on next Sunday. trip only 25 cents. Train leaves at 10 10, Slaton 25, Miller 27, DeJernetto 5, a. in. nnd 11:40 a. m., returning about 0 Mattingly republican, 10 majority over p'clock p. m. Adkisson, for Judge. A male School Teacher Wanted At Union Star Adklsson's majority was teacher for common school district No. 2, 40' Monarch's 21, DcJcrnetto's 34, Cash-man- 's Holt's Bottom, Brcckcnridgo county. 19, Ration's 10, Miller's 25. WlLLlASI BOULTINOHOUSK, At Mooloyville, Adklsson's majority Chairman Board of Trustees. was 59, Monarch's 24, DeJerncttu's 74, Dynamite is the most deadly of all ex- Cashman's59, Slaton's 00 and Millor's 50 At Stephensport tho Republican maj. plosives, and cholera was suro death to chickens until tho discovery of Ganter's oritcs wero for Mattingly 10, Cunningchicken cholera euro. It is sold on ham 20, DeJernetto, (Dom) 4, Bennett plan by Gi W. over Cashman 3, l'ato over Slaton , tho Blanford 18. Short. There was a very pleasant entertainIn tho Union Star district J. J. Severs ment at Mr. and Mrs. Wood Weathor-holt'- s and J. W. Jarrett two staunch democrats Friday ovoning, given in honor of wero elected magistrates by over 100-F- . Misses Vina Clark and Anna Harbin, of W. Basham Pern, for constablo. Various games wero inOwenshoro. Webster prccint rolled up a handsome dulged in during tho ovoning and n deDemocratic majority of 121 for tho wholo lightful time was had by all. ticket. Likewiso' "Little South Carolina." Custer and Big Springs contribute their usual good majorities while tho 'Cut Off" which generally contributes 40 or 50 to the Ropublicrn side is a stand off. Its mighty fine picking all around this year andtlio woods aro full of Domocrats. It wouldn't surpriso us if tho final count didn't show "up majoritcs ranging from thrco to flvo hundred. Attorney atKY.Law, CLOVEKPOKT, 72. JV. MILLER, The eluction in this city was a very quiet and orderly one although it was hotly contested and a big vote polled. There was not a disturbance of any kind and very little drunkeness. Up to noon Clayton, Dr. J. Physician and Surgeon, DENTISTS J. H. Taylor Brrckenridge News. 1 Ad-kiss- d, 3-- It was estimated that there was close to fifteen hundred pcoplo at the great picnic in Holt's Bottom last Saturday. It was tho largest gathering of tho kind that has beep held in the county since the great Democratic rally at Hardinsburg in 1887. Hon. W. E. Minor and Mr. L. D. Addison, who had matters in charge began two weeks ago to publish the meeting nnd make all arrangements for its success. Tho largo crowd that assembled in response to their invitation was highly gratifying to them. The day was beautiful, and in spite of tho oppressive heat tho people turned out from all sections. Tho Louisville, St. Louis and Texas trains brought in largo numbers from up and down their lino of road, and many came in carriages and other vehicles. Tho picnic was hold in n beautiful beech grovo a hundred yards below Major Minor's residence. Tho largo trees afforded ample shade, and for pleasure and comfort of so many pcoplo no more desirable spot could have been selected. A commodious stand had been erected on the ground for the accommodation of tho speakers and other prominent gentlemen. It was beautifully decorated with flags and bunting. In the rear of it was suspended in largo letters, "Our Next Governor." This of course was intended as a compliment to tho distinguished orator, Col. John Young Brown, who The was to occpuy it in the afternoon. fore part of the day was taken up by tho young people dancing. At ono o'clock speaking was to have begun, but it was about two before Col. Brown got on tho grounds. By this timo tho crowd had gathered about tho stand and tho appearance of Col. Brown was the signal for great applause. Ho was introduced by Major Minor and his speech lasted for Ho made a masterly fully two hours. effort and was given tho best attention. To a large number this was tho firht opportunity they had had of hearing Col. Brown. They only know of him and of his reputation as an orator and of course were eager to hear him. When he concluded they were thoroughly convinced, that both as orator and statesman his powers had not been over estimated. In his two hours address Col. Brown thoroughly exposed the iniquities of Republican legislation that had been passed in this country for the last thirty years. He showed how that party had legislated in the interest of the manufacturers bondholders nnd monopolists, until thoy wero about to take absolute control of the the afl'aira of this country. Ho spoke of the inequalities of the tariff, and how it wus oppressing tho poor men of tho country. His denunciation of tho proposed Force Bill was terrific. Ho regarded it as the most high handed measure to rob the people of a free ballot that ho Ho could not say had over heard of. what might coino to pass if tho party in power undertook to enforce such a law Ho urged upon all upon the pcoplo. Democrats the supreme necessity of standing by their party and righting tho great wrong that had been put upon them through tho ballot. Ho believed that tho Democratic party was tho only party that favored tho interest of the masses, and he did not want to sco her loose ground any where along tho line, lie hoped, he said, that Democrats would come out and vote this timo nnd swell tho majority in old Kentucky ahead of anything it had reached in years. Col. Brown closed by nnnounco-in- g himself a candidate for Governor. His speech was appreciated by everybody and ho left a good impression among our pcoplo. Senator Gilbert, of Shelby county, and Judgo W. E. Russell, of Marion, followed Col. Brown with Senator Gilbert is a short speeches. candidate for Attornoy General of tho Stato, and Judgo Russell wants to go to Congress from this District. After tho speaking the crowd began to disperse. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. ' It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or Prico 25 cents per money refunded. box For sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. AVitt, Hardinsburg, Ky. MOMTHLY CROP REPORT. ok Clothiei-- Germany sBizmark CO., Our Biz. Mark Was a great mtm ! s IS . THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. I I I I I I I I I GREAT BARGAINS I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I I I I I I I I lM I M I I I I I I all crops have grown poorly, and aro very uncveif. There's a good deal of difference between the two, but the difference is in your favor. Wc arc distinguished from all others by the Wheat. of wheat was about equal The acreago ROYAl QUANTITY AND QUALITY " to last year, and would no doubt have RR0YALHWV1J been a splendid sucess but for the freeze in March. Tho late sowing has done better than the early. Tho early sowing was better advanced, nnd much of it had jointed when tho freeze came, and being very sappy, was more seriously nflected. Jfj& few KjSl The crop lias been saved in splendid condition, and threshing is now in full blast and tho yield, as far as determined, is not exceeding 55 per cent of last year, There some crops more and some less. is a good deal of complaint of rust and cockel. The- - berry is not up to the Absolutely Pure. standard of a good Hour yield. The best lands in tho best wheat sections have A cream of tartar baking powder. produce some flno crop, but they aro Highest of all in leavening strength. the exceptions. I will bo able to give U.S. (jonrnment Jlrporl, lug. 17, 18Si). about tho exact average per acre when the threshers' books arc returned. Coiin. The area of this crop was a full average, or 05 per cent, of last year, which was 105. It was planted two or three weeks later than usual. The stand was generally CONSUMPTION fairly good, but it has grown uneven, SCROFULA and was controlled by the same conBRONCHITIS ditions governing other spring crops. EMULSION COUCHS The drouth which prevailed all over the COLDS CURES Wasting Diseases State until tho 2.1rd of July, seriously stunted the growth, anil the early corn has generally tasseled low with a small Wonderful Flosh Producer. Many havo gained ono pound stalk, and in tho more droutliy sections the tassel has dried up, nnd many fann- per day by ita use. Scott's Emulsion is not a Bccret d ers will not make more than favored remedy. It contains tho stimulatcrop. The more to one-hal- f Hypophos-phite- s sections in rain fall will make a better, ing properties of tho nnd puro NorwegrjjRjil yield, but few crops coininB up to the Livor Oil, tho potency ordinary capacity of the soil. Taking it being largely incrensod. Iti&aaed altogether, tho outlook for this imporby Physicians nil over tho world. unsatisfactory. tant product is very PALATABLE AS MILK. The general condition covering tho State Sold by all Druggists. is 05 per cent, of last year, which was corn years known to the 8COTT & BOWNE, Chemists, N.Y. oneof the best State. TO THE FARMERS OF BRERKEN-RIDG- E ToilAOVO. Wo offer for the money. ' Nothing lower in grade than elsewhere. Most things better and everything cheaper. fill UL CLOVERPORT, KY. s ler 9 ' '- t - POWDER FARftt and SHIPPERS ?. WHAT Hay, Corn and Oats. Give us a trial shipment. Wiite for Prices to PIPES & DeHAVEN, Grain Brokers and Produce Dealers, Will do well to know that we handle Country Produce exclusively. We make a specialty of Applet Potatoes, Onions, Wheat t'J" i ! ILjO'ULlsTrille, Z-y- j3 if THE TELL CITY one-thir- okS PLANING MAFUFACTUUERS OF MLLS Hancock County. Hawcsvlllo, Aug. 5. Tho entire Democratic ticket both stato and county, mado a cleaifsweop. W.W. Tabor canCloverport Times' last number. didate for county judgo is elected by 100 majority ; Ben Poindextor for counWorth Knowing- ty clelk goes in by 75. Tho rest of tho HuaiiEs' Toxic Tho old time, reliable Democratic ticket goes in by majorities Reputaremedy for Fever and Aguo. from 20 to 200, Local option carried in tion earned by Thirty years success. You this precint by orer 100 majority. can depend upon it. Tuy It I Drug- TT8 Office ov the Comjiissioneii and Statistics, Fkankfokt, Ky., Aug. AamcuLTUitE, Hoimcu'LTUitE 1, 1890. J many correspondents have not replied to the questions of comparative acreage, and I am unable to givo it with accuracy, but will do so as soon as obtained. Tho rainfall during the setting season seemed suflicent for an nver-ag- o acreage, but from varitus causes tho acreago is not ns much as anticipated. All old land, especially sod land, seemed to bo in a condition not to promote the growth, nnd even nt this date there is a very largo amount of the old land crop yet in tho clods. It is very uneven, and fully 15 per cent, as an avcrago is missing in the hill. Much of it is buttoning very low, and tho stalk hardening with a cabbage formation of leaves. It has been poorly cultivated, and getting a bad start in life, has not recovered. New land tobacco is doing much better, and some promising crops are reported. It is less missing in the hill, nnd a good deal of it is now being topped. Tho rainfall about tho 23d of July was very general cast of the railroad from Louisville to Nashville, and was in sufficient quantity to thoroughly wet tho thirsty soil. A few counties east of that road however, did not get tho rain, nnd a very servo drouth is now pending, and every form of crops and vegetation is being seriously damaged, much of tho Western corn being past redemption. Kentucky is suffering most from tho drouth, except a few Ohio river counties, including Daviess and Henderson, but tho rain was not sufficient to restore tho desired vigor. Occasional showers bore and there havo fallen, but tho'tobacco is very seriously damaged in all drouth g ctions, nnd many reported 25 to 40 pci cent, as comparative condition. Worms are said to bo appearing in Inrgo numbers. Tho amount of tobacco raised and quality will depend on tho season from now on, but it will require a good season and n very late open fall to insure 75 per cent, of tho '80 crop. With unfavorable conditions, our correspondents all indicate a much less yoild than 75 per cent. The present avcrago condition in tho Stato is CO per cent, of last year. Very respectfully. Ciias. Y Wilson. Commissioner. A great and MEADE COUNTIES. Aa tlicro It a big douiand for New York Pippin Apple Troos in tbo above counties, and behoving that tho Homo Nurseries will be unable to supply the demands, I am now prepared to raako spoclnl contracts, (at very low prices), for trees to be dolivored In 1 nnd 2 years. Those who want whole root grafts can V. S. AS1I11Y. get them. DOORS, SASH & BLINDS SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything In tho Turning nnd Scrolling line of wi.rk will bo done at this establishment in the best manner and nt tho lowest rates. Also dealers In Felt and Ilodiao Hoofing. For Sale or Rent. Wanted to rent or sell my farm of 100 acres, one mile North of Union Star, on the waters of Lick Run. 70 acres In cultivation. Good dwelling, barn nnd other Improvements. For further information address tho undersigned nt Union Star. J. T. WHBELEIl. Pumps, Cane .Mills, Wood Purifying' Simple Pumps, Light running Iron Force Pumps terns. . FOR SALE. acres of good land, of Hardinsburg, two nnd ono half miles. Also, forty acres of good land ono I mile and a half from Ilrtrmnsburg. Both pieces contains a house. Eighty-fou- r st ' North-we- For all kind and depth Wells and Cis- - Thorough Work. Terms will bo Reasonable. For Author information call on F. M. C. JOLLY, HAUDINSIlUna. KY. R. J. BASSETT, Leitchfield, Ky. During my absence my son, II. O. Murray, is authoriiod to collo t moneys duo. All persons indobted will pleaso settlo with him at O. H. Murray, once. Attorney at Law. Cloverport, Ky. Notice ! GRAND AT PICNIC! D. HAMBLETON, Heal Estate Agent KY, JKSyAgent for tho purchaso and Bale of town lota and lands. PersonH wwliing to buy or sell are holicited to nee nio. ori'IUi;---Ai- i) CLOVERPORT, I IHjiiL ill EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR. Don't fail to attend. A full stock of goods are going dirt cheap for cash. Messrs. Cash .sii IIool to llio Itcpol, where from Cow at ull lioum. TIIK Tar&White Sulphur Springs Aro now opon for tho reception of visitors. Accommodation! flrit-clas- have it. Nearly all spring crops lrnvo failed to grow as rapidly as usual. Tho excc&slvo rains in tho winter and spring, with tho absenco of freezes, baked tho ground, and mado it clammy and clody after being broken. In this condition of tho soil, tho young and tendor roots havo not assimilated tho plant food. Much of tho IMVIEHS COUNTY. land was broken up too wet, and has not Tho Democratic county ticket in Ohio leen cultivated as well as Usual. Nearly I ToriiM Itonvoiiublc. SINGLE MEALS - - - 50 When Baby was nick, wo Eave her Castorla. When shewn v CUM, she cried for Castorla. When ho bocamo MUvs, ho clung to Castorla. When she had Children, sho gavo them Castorla. CTS. For privileges of ground and water, without meals 25 cts per day. Special rates to picnics All persons not taking meals are expected to call at the ofllce of the manager and settle for their privileges, R. H, PIKIIOE, Manager. Weakness. Malaria. Indigestion and Dlllousncss. tako roil tub nr.ooD, Trade and Country Produce are solicited to be in attendance. Come one, come all, and get your goods cheap for cash. It euros quickly. Kor gala by all dealers In mcdlclno. Oct tho pcnuluo. miuwN'S inoN iuttkub. J. A. WITT, Proprietor. . C32a tet .4 iST-h rv- TV - m. j Marv Hlanford. more evidence of them is discernible in The route is through tho canon of Victoria Payne in my character more's the New river, along pictusesque Greenbrier the Florence Cain. pity. river passing White Sulphur Springs, Welcome as are the visits of the Xkws crossing the Alleghanies and Blue Bulge His Son Cured. too often it contains sad intelligence of Mountains and beautiful Shenandoah Mr. W. H. Hixmax, a prominent and CSSMcntion this paper. accident or death. lately how busy has and Piedmont Valleys. influential citizen of Mount Vernon, III., been this unwelcome visitor in many Stop over privileges will be grunted on writes as follows, under date of March homes in our town and community! the return trip, enabling excursionist 11, 1800: " One bottle of Swift's Specific WMKUKMIMZJLrSBJtfMlMMMMgrA JtXBMMJlBMMWaiMJtXIBOrXZA Very near to me and still nearer to to visit'Bichinond, White S'ulphurSprings (S. S. S.Jeured my son permanently of a those dear to me was his approach when and other celebrated resorts. d stubborn case of Blood Poison that lie laid his icy hands on Jus-tieand carrThe choice of routes between Bichmond the best medical treatment availaied her away. Just in the blush of and Clifton Forge will be given. Ex I have recommended S. S. S. to young womanhood to be taken, seems cursionists may return either viaCharlott-esvill- e ble. others for blood troubles and diseases of hard and incomprehensible. But it is a and Stanton, or Lynchburg and the skin, and have neer known it to ijuestion whether it is not in accord Natural Bridge along the James river. fail to cure in any case. with that great law of compensation that Tickets will be good returning until Blood Poison Cured. runs through all things to say the young September 10th. Handsome book desI was troubled for years with a Blood who feel themselves ready, lose much if criptive of scenery along the line will be I was they must go. Life is cnt oil' from them mailed to any person upon application to Poison in its very worst form. with all its bright anticipations, joys, W. A. WikiVs, 25H Fourth Ave., Louis- tieated by the very best physicians of Cnstorln, is Dr, Saml Pitcher's old, hnrmloss anil quick euro for and delights ; but with these we know ville, or to Agents L., St. L. &. T. B. B. Louisville, Ky., and Evansville, I ml., but Infants' and Children's Complaints. Snporlor to Castor Oil, they failed to benefit me in any way. A griefs and troubles and disappointments Piyrcgorio or Karoo tip Syrups. Children cry for Cantorla. Milfew bottles of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) alternate, and from these an-- they saved. Happy Hoosiers. lions of Mothors bloss Castorln. This was cured ine sound and well. Question; "Who knoweth? Win TimiiiOiis, Postmaster of Idaville, over four years ago, and there has been Castorln euros Colic, Constipation ; Hut, too, there is much that is gratify" I recommend Castorln for children's Inil., writes: "Electric Hitters hasdone no return of the disease since, or any Sour Stomach, DIurrlKi-a- , Eructation : complaints, us superior to any prescription ing in the Xkws from home. The hope more for me than all other medicine com(Uvea healthy nloep ; also nlM dilution ; I known to me." Jl. A. ARCHER, M.U., symptoms of it. 1 have recommended it Without narcotic stuperucUou. 111 So. Oxford St., Urooklyn, N.Y. ful signs of increasing prosjierity till one bined, for that bad feeling arising from to others for blood poison, and in eyery Tiik Ckxtacr CouriNT, 77 Murray St., New York. with satisfaction, even though so far Kidney and Liver trouble," John Leslie, away, Why may not C'loverport some- farmer and stockman of same place says : case they ere permanently cured." 1). II. Cai.v, Mt. Vernon, 111. day be a great manufacturing center? "Find Elect lie Hitters to be the best Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases I am very agreeably located here both Kidney and Liver mdicine, make me GEO. W. SWEARINGEN, PRES. W. P. FREDERICK. CASH. as to a position and to boarding place. feel like a new man." J. W. CJ irducr, mailed free. Co., Atlanta Ga. TiikSwut N'lxinc I mil getting somewhat accustomed to hanlwarc merchant, same town, says." the ways of Washington life, at least a Electric Hitters is just the thing fora man Cor. Sixth and Main Sts., LOUISVILLE, KY. HAWESVILLE. government clerk's life. It is not iny who is all run down and don't care whethCAPITAL $500,000. SURPLUS $12,500. D,RECTORS purose, never has been, nor never will er he lives or dies; he found new strength Wm. P Oiler. T I" Hillce. W T C.rini, C C, Stratcr, John C. Roach. B W Wood. Fred Hoertz. Miles Nesbit is home from the East. be, to be in a government office all my good appetite and felt just like lie had a Isaac W . Iiernheini, V W. Driimmond, John Doerhoeftr, James V. Curd, Henry llroclcman. Mr. (Sen Madden was here Saturday. life. I can imagine nothing more calcuPays Intercut on Time Deposits. Necotiatcs Purchase and Sale ol Uonjs. Solicits ycur Uuslnets new lease on life. Only 50c. a bottle, at lated to destroy what ambition may be (S. V. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Hon. Henry Mason was in Louisville in n young man than the life of a Depart- Witt's, Hardiusburg, Ky. Saturday. ment clerk, provided he makes that his Mr. Cieorge Boyd has returned fioni only aim. Hut as a means to an end, it UNION STAR. Denver. is an excellent opportunity. Many young Mr. L. J. Eaily, of Owonsboro was in Jas. H. Ijiv, of Mcphcnsport, was in men avail themselves of the opportunity the city Monday. town Saturday. to acquire a profession. Hon. John Kelly, of Washington Ind., I have seen only a portion Mr. I). S. Bichanlson, went to Louisyet is in the city, the guest of his father. of the many beautiful and interesting ville, last week. sights of this magnificent citv. All the business houses in the city With A most refreshing and much needed out going into an attempt to disciibe rain fell heie last Wednesday. weie closed up last Sunday by ordinance. anything in p.uticular, I only want Mr. W. S. Morison has leturned from Mr. Frank Clayconib and son Cray ton, to say that I can not imagine hou a city Chicago, after a two weeks visit to that of Lodiburg, weiein town Saturday. could well be built to minister more to place, Michigan, Iowa, and other points. Misses C'assie and Georgia limner, of the health, comfort and convenience of Mr. Eugene McAdains went to Louisthe people, and at tho same time moie Preston were in town last week. ville Sunday to see his wife who is very Mr. Win. Hawkins, of Hite's Bun was nearly approach the ideal beautiful city ill there. than does tin's. With wide, smooth, at Mr. Joe ('ashman's last Saturday. Mr. Cieorge Jcssee, of Owensboro, is in beautifully shadeil and well paved stieets Miss Susie Brashear, is isiting bet the city, representing a Building and and avenues; with its beautiful public aunt, Mrs. Jas. Skillmau at Cloverport, Loan Association, of Nashville Tenn. buildings and grounds; w itli its numerous Misses Cora and Lena ltichanlson, are Luke Terrill, of Louisville, is visiting public squares and parks adoiiK-with visiting relatives at Brundcnhiirgh. his Aunt, Mrs. Sallie llerog, at this inqiosing monuments and statues; and Miss Ett.i Boot has returned to place. above all its surpassing cleanliness, this city ought to be, as it is coming to be, a Mitchell, Ind., to complete her course in The Oi chest ra for Ilennen it Hreiden- city of residences. There is much to in- Shorthand. bach's "New Theatoriuin" has arrived Mr. J. D. Habbage, of the Nkws called in the city, and is rehearsing prepain-tot- y terest, much to please, much to instruct on us last Satunlay also County Supt. in" this our proud Capital. to going South the middle of next It was a coincidence that put me to Jas. W. Miller, of Hardiusburg. mouth. Wagon load after wagon load of shingthinking the other day, and with your l.uin Morgan of Piucheco was last permission I mention it. On one page les and shingle blocks pass through here week held over in Esq., Parson's Court every day enroute to the river. of the Akws, was a very complimentary Patesville, to await the action of the notice of the honorable distinction woi Mrs, Thomas Brashear, of Piestou who November Grand Jury, under a S100 by two of our 1ks at Centre College this has been ill of typhoid fever is recoverbond for cutting in sudden heat and year; and on same page a crediladle es- ing, but her daughter, Miss Nelia, is in passion one Win. Brown. Chas. say on "Natural (!as" by another. All poor health. Wlieatly, the constable, being absent these hoys it was my pleasure at one Mrs. Jas. Biggs' mother Mrs. Bagsdal at his mothers bedside there wasno one time to teach, as well as another fine left for Troy, 1 nd., wheie she will visit to guard the prisoner and during the fellow who goes to Terra Haute where her sou, Mr. Frank Bagsdale before re- swearing of the witness to appear at the I shall he disappointed if he does not "Good morning, Charlie. What is the news?" turning to her home in Evansville, Ind. November Court, the culprit skipped win honors. It is not with any feelingof before bail was executed. "Why! haven't you hoard that the Hamilton -- Brown On Sunday afternoon the 10th, at hut with a piido akin to that a Shoo Co. have got out a Four Dollar Shoo that boats parent feels, that a teacher notes the suc- Shiloh church occured the marriage of Everyone Entirly Satisfied. ovory thing they have done yet ? " cess of former pupils. It is but natural Miss Anne Cart and Mr. Singleton, Bev. One of the most gratifying features that many should surpass him, but he Chas. Meyers officiating. Quite a number of town people went out to witness attached to the annual excursion to Old always takes interest in thoir success. Point is the fact that not one passenger There are quite a number of Kentuck-ian- s it. has ever returned from the trip who did here whom I know and among them LONG BRANCH. AND not acknowledge that ho recived more one whom C'loverport people know very Mr. C. W. Parsons arrived last week for his money than lie anticipated, and 1 often well Miss Sallie Miller. see her, above common lugs and trash. Tho imThe Louisville Market. when we hold a kind of C'loverport witli a party of skilled workman to work who did not speak in the most commenpression prevails that the dark crop will "Ioe feast, both being good? Methodists. at the gas wells, so as to be ready to beat datory terms of the manner in which The tobacco market lias been exceed- bo tho shortest raised in many years. I often meet with Prof. T. U. Arnold also the first cold wave. these excursions are conducted to the enMiss Mary Ditto of West Point, is tire comfort and satisfaction of each ingly interesting this week. Tho offer- This, or something else, is causing a whom so many of us ronnmbor as our ings have contained nioro fino tobacco good deal of specualtivo buying, and exvisiting relatives at this place. 1877-8-teacher in Ho graduated with p.tssengur. Mr. Boss and Nellie McGchee have reIn the Hist place, reduced rates for and brought luoro high prices than porters seem more anxious to buy. distinction at Columbia in havo bsen few, and everybody perhaps was ever known sinco war side exeursons to New York, Washington, June. Ho will practice his profession turned from their visit to Stephcnsport. lleforo the ruin of seems to bo satisfied. Dr. Durrett, of Ixmisville, spent a day Norfolk, Baltimore, and other points prices prevailed. in Texas. "Wo advanco quotations to corresiiond are secured, which enables those who Wednesday morning, npeculativo excite-ine- with theso views- - runners Homo JourBegging pardon for writing in so perwith us last week. was increasing rapidly, and but for nal. sonal and perhaps trivial vein, I am witli Major Davis and A. J. McDonal of 'desire to extend the trip to do so at a best wishes for C'loverport and all her Iouisvillc, wero hero last week in the small additonal cost. Tho remarkably tho rain, tho market would havo been I.oniNVillu Murkut Ituport. low rate of $2.50 per day at the Hygeia wild before tho week was out. The feelgood people. interest of tho Louisville wilt works. Correct'd weekly by tho II, W. HernJon Co, ing after tho rain however showed that Your Friend. Master Joe and Harry English, of Hotel is granted to holders of especial II. j:. W. Stcphcnsiort, are visiting friends and seaslioio excursion tickets, and this the market was not, by far, a speculative Ooinmlailon Merchant., HI 3d afreet. 10 12 Dutler, choice Wahiiiniiton, Jn.v 25. liostlery is pronounced by all who have ono only, but that speculation was only Iluttcr, ininlluui U relatives here. of tho demand and comparagathered around its festive board and an incident ..loXfa) 11 KkK.. Remarkable Rescue. Mr. J. S. Hall and wife, are visiting .. 1 50 Chickena tiering 2 75 who have promenaded its spacious halls, tively an unimportant one. AVedjies-day.. 2 75 hens 3 Oil Mrs. Michael Curtain, PlainficM, III., their daughter, Mrs. Kate Ilendrick. breaks showed 10;J8 hogshead on of- Chicken., prlino parlors ami corridors, to bo a veritable , 11 43 Feathom statement that she caught makes the W. M. Ditto lost six head of cattle in paradise for the rest and comfort o the fer, embracing as n whole, probably tho Feather mixed .. 35 , 25 co!d, which settled on her lungs; she the last few days and more sick. .. VAC? bX The weary traveler. Then an experienced finest lot of tobacco ever offered in ono flreen Hides..! a . 10 Dry Hid was treated for u month by her family disease is very fatal, and thought to be representative ofthcCompanyisscm with day, tho total sales representing a cash Tallow 4 physician, but grew worse. He told her caused from grazing on dry Orchard .. 2 50 2 00 the party to look after overy detail and transaction of probably over $150,000. Uinteng Hoot'. Yellow she was a hopele victim of comumplion grass before the rain. see that nothing is left undone, to make Nearly all of this tobacco was bought by May Apple Koit .. '2 2K and that no medicine could euro her. Mr. Vol. Mirtlo, fonnely of Muldraugh, the trip all that could bo expected. manufacturers or exporters at high prices, K Corn.'. 48 . 45 Her druggist suggested l)r King's n Wheat ,. 88 8fl hut now of Louisville, spent a day hero This chanco to avoid tho heating rays thus indicating that tho demand was 14 00 10 00 for Consumption ; she bought Timothy Ha; Thurslast week. of the sun and placo yourself where the substantial and legitimate ono. 7 00 M 10 00 Hay lulled a bottle and to her delight found herself 1 00 75 Mr. Joe Ilendrick and family, of ocean breezo can cool your parched brow, day tho tonoof tho market for good and Pntatoei, new per huihel. benefited from first dose. She continued 3 oo strong and I'oUtr.e', now per dui... fino llurloy leaf was just as Guston, spent Sunday with Mr. C. should not pass unoticed. 2 25 2 50 its use and after taking ten bottles, found Ilendrick. active as on any previous May of tho Oniom buibel 1 50 l 75 Beam, herself sound and well, now does her own 4 450 liattlo IlilintiHiicNi, llesiege Malaria, week. Lugs and lower grades of leaf Vealealvei Do not punish your children with bit35 33 H housework and is as well as sho uver was. Wool, tub break up C'IiIUh with "0. C. V. Curtain wero perhaps a trifle easier. 20 25 Wool, olear Free trial bottles of this Great Discov- ter nauseous mixtures when you can get Clilll Cure," tho pleasant remedy. No 3 seems tp bo in a very Oraen Applet YM Dark tobacco "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure" on a guar-nnteery at G. W. Short's, C!ovoriort. Ky. 3 3 -- . cure, no pay. Sold ly 0. AV. Pliort. strong position, especially everything llrled I'eaobei.,.,.. Anv child will take it. and J. A. Witt's, Hardlnsburg, Ky. to-da- Grand Annual Excursion to tho Sea- - Resolutions adopted by tho Bewloy- shoro via I., Lt. L. & T. and villo Sunday School on tho death C. & 0. Routes. of littlo Alico Johnson. Washington Letter. Whitu Sulphur Springs, Hichmond, Through the Providence of god Little FuiKxi) Jons: Old Point Comfort anil Norfolk visited Alice Johnson departed this life June More tluui once since I sadly cast my enroute. A Special Train Composed of 17th Ho therefoie it 1800. ryes tin' Inst time for mnny months on Elegant Coaches and Pulliam Sleeping Jlctolml, That we as a Sunday School little town in the wiile world Cars, will leave luisvlllo at l:P.O p.m. feel that it is our duty to show respect to tlic and said " good by" to Kentucky for n from Seventh Street Depot, Tuesday, her memory. She was a bright, sweet season, hnvo I thought with guilty feel- Aug. Iflth Beaching Old Point Comfort child, possessed of a quiet gentle disposiings of my neglect to keep my promise next evening ntfl : ."0 P. M. tion which won the affection of all who to you to write you a letter to the Nkwh; Tho Bound Trip Bates To Old Point is knew her. May we ever remember but until now tho ".convenient season" only $15 f i om Cloveritort. Passengers with what unswerving patience she bore liiis not arrived, and even now I trust I Will Leave C'loverport at !) : 55 A . M. her sickness, and know that God only Hhall not be able to give you much of The train will be run under auspices of can make the thorny bed meet for sweet general interest. Interested as I am in the Chesapeake & Ohio B'y Co.,in charge slumbering everything and every body that I know of Mr. W. A. Wilgus, Traveling Passenllerolml, that this our Sunday School in my home town, may I indulge the ger Agent, formerly of Hopkinsvllle, Ky. tender our heart felt sympathy to the hope that there arc gome people who are Beduced rates at the Hygeia Hotel, bereaved family. Weep not Rid father interested in me? If I am deceived in Old Point Comfort can bo secured upon and mother for your darling Alice is a this may I remain so, for it is a fond de- presentation of C & O. Secial Seashoie bright jewel adorning the crown of her lusion of which I do not wish to bo dis- Excursion tickets. May our Heavenly Father Savior. possessed. And, as to CloverpQrt "If I Special Attention will be paid to sanctify to our good these great forget thee, O Jerusalem let my right ladies without escorts. that thiough them wo may all be hand forget her cunning 1" Sleeping Car acconio'dathms will be the better prepared to do His will here As in receding and ascending from an provided, but in order to have choice of on Earth and in the hereafter more object we get a better view and more berths upplicans should be made to W- - "gladly and perfectly to sing his praises. complete outline, so do my distance from A. Wilgus, L'5". Fourth Ave. Louisville, llKolml, that u copy of this preamble my'honic and the slight ascent in the Ky., at once. Sleeping Car Bates will and these resolutions be published in years of my life, with which should bo $1.00 for berth, Louisville to Old the Nkws and The come better judgement, enable me more Point, to be occupied by one or two perand a copy be tendered the fully to realize and better to appreciate sons; Louisville to Clifton Forge $2.50 to family and be spread upon the minutes the many friends and kindly, encourag- be occupied by one or two persons. This the Blth day of July 1800. ing influences with which my boyhood Special side trip excursions can be lva Iiwson, was fortunaily surrounded. Katie Hurchardt That no made from Old Point at low rates. Breckenridge News. 1890 FRANK S.COOK, -- : :- GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC for It. Never faili to cure. Chilli onoo broken will not return. r.V?,0.Hpon!y half tho price of other Tonics. Io quinine needed. No purgative needed. Contain! no poiion. Cheaper than blood and removes all malarial poison from the system. It is as large as any dollar tonio an'' RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. uH -- m& ;V ; W rx - It ii aa pleasant to the taite ai lemoc lymp. Tho imalleit infant will take it and ."!' know it it medicine. Children cry rim LUMBER, Liriln It purines the quinine. , 4 SrK.v-- l . WVi" . Wmssm'!' il'.ttssssssssss1 ez4&m-r- tif53sfiPFtHssssssssssisssfciil-. nJcJiW ' SHINGLES, DQ0HS, &jkA S3WsH&"tW j1HiKbiissssssssHssssssaCi w!t .SsshHsVsssHE? WARRANTED Couriuriut, Vm., Dm. IS, 1888. Piftl MiMcmt Cu.. 1'arlf. Tc&B.l pJr.V? IT1"! .1B, oic r roor OreTB-- i Tut. Irai Colli Tonlo. u lraint hh Ih. kit from lul tummrr. Th prop! wir. dellchtM villi l toil jmt Chill Tnl u mm thiMrrn lio wm tia.1 chraul SX?" wrSf tnTenicltd. chilli lor luoniua .in, on of them rr ttmr, lJ wlihlo thru li irwr tittfnaimt with lh. Chill th-- j f j ti btii( With nillic-tion- s, Tonle CBMtt wnt hilt nj ht.rtr, 11 vim Ilka brm. rl o.l ruir IV. W. STI.NSU.V, . D. Estimates promptly made. MAI2T BET., 15th & cloverport! ky. L. D. ADDISON'S ADDISON, KY. ,. n Is the placo to buy SKWINO JIACHINE for less inonoy than nny other placo In the country The mnchlies I sell are equal to nny that agents chargo from $35 to $50 for: I guarantee them to bo hat I say or no trade. Agents will say the machine (i no account, the largo difference In our prices, but I Dguro on this nn on everything I handle, cut It as low h it can be cut. "My Motto" quick talcs and small profit. Two drawer droplenf Singer Sewing Machines low arm, with all attachments. $10,50 FIve drawer droplcaf Singer Sewing Ma- chines, high arm, with nil attachments $1U,50 Send mo a check or tho money by rcglitrr letter, nnd I will ship you a machine to any purt of tbo country. llespcctfully, L. V. ADDISON, Addison, Ky. 16th STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. What is de-fle- , CAST 0RIA ' N. r -- s.VL l-'X 1 5 IA .-- -- SZ i .jotm nj-::OIi.lili 1 .. c'J3y " e-- is &&yx' ?i& lrTA . 'V i UNION NATIONAL BANK 2 mr K ,yv -yf Ev5yjsviLLE, 4K-- Ind. The H. W. HERNDON CO., Produce k Heii'r al Coiniiil,n No. 144 Third St., Single Gtrap Track Louisville, Ky. ' HARNESS. Price, $17. tho VKItv The I.c'llluT. W'orkin.inshll) nnil l'inlsh arc ol iiest "irllV. ii i T isWim "WW -- " fe i SAYK JIONKY UY IIUYINtt DIKKCT. Wc can t?u!l jou HarnoGQ Road C?irfcs at from $6.00 up. from $9.50 up. Mm. rJmammmmmmml m GCND FOR CATALOGUE. A0ME MANUFAOTUEING 00. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. &aummmmmmmtlSi FHE LOUISVILLE (l.. I ST, LOUIS AM LINE, k ST. L. It. H.) K. 3iZBC31 SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. AND ALIiTOINTS FRUIT--TRE- ES West acd Timi-ISrl in rffsul flss Ifi SilUB waiu iu Huem t IVI 1UUUI Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.m., .9:00 p m...4;10 p.m ArrSt. Louis 7:15 " ...7:25 " 9:50 p.m Evansvlllo 2:25 " For further infomntiun, call on or adCress, Yes, I have seen them, they are for sale at SULZER'S, Cloverport, Ky. TRY A PAIR BE HAPPY. JOS S 0DI0RNE, Oon'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. Tassg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. Apple, Peach, Tear, Plum, Cherry, fcc. Pull line of small Fruits for Fall 1890. Write for special prices on lots. It will pay you to buy your trees at homo. All stock warranted truo to name. 100.000 A BUY YOUK W. S. ASHBY. CLOVERPORT, KY. !. SHIRTS -- ritoni nt J. D. BORAGE. & HEHDE 1 Humphreys' ddiheavcrelrnrni(tripeortlieWorld. LUTorrRiscirALitos. cckek. 1 l'nvem. Conkestlon. lnSsmmslInn 'I Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Gollo Packet Line. carefully prepared prescriptions j used ror many years In private practice with lureou.and forover thirty years used by the people Every single Bpe-cin- o U a special cure for the disease named. Those BpoclUcs cure without drugging, purging or reducing the system, and are In fnct and DR.HuHriiBEn'BrECincsaresclenttncallyand & s' Passenger, Mail and Express Boats, nog e. For all way landings, between Louisville and Henderson, tbe elegant and fleet steamers JAMES ailTHHIE. TELL OITY, CITY or 0WBNSB0110. One of the above fine sldewbeelsteamorspass up and dawn dally. Splondid accommodations forstook. .and 178 Fourth street, General office Lou'svllle, Ky. ,V. W. IIITB, Prest. D. L. 1'snnt. Supt. Urpun, Cough, Dimcult llrrathlng. . intt Uliouui, Erysipelas, Eruptions. Illieillliatlalil. IfhlimstM IkAlns FftTtir and A aum. (?hltla Sfalnrln .. J? ' J'ilea, Ill(nd or iileedlng. Ill Vlntarrh, Innuenu. Coldlnthellead (;ougli. Violent Coughs. U,'.,ler,,li,r,'"lv.l,liyslcalWcakut-s- ;ryiu g Colic, .25 of Children or Adults 'i& Llllous Colla fydputcry, Orlplug, Vomiting., juuicra Cold, ill orbus, llronchttls 7 tJoaghn. Neuriilalu, Toothache, 'aceache.... It lleailaches, BlcklleaJuche, Vertigo IO pyepepslu, Dlllnus Ktnmaoh... i rtuuprrmaeapT 1'orloda lien, too Profuse l'rrlnrls. lllnrr Iiea, li - aftKerTousJiebllUy. '. . 1.45 ;JI Jlflnary Vonkne, Welling lied. .rt UvS DiscnsenortlieUeurt.ralpltatlonl.OU Sold by rlsu. or sent nmitnald on reo-ln- t iu of I'.IW. Ijb, IIUMrnaKTa' MmuAU (HI page") rl'hly bouud In cloth and nuM. mailed fr ti ,J llumplireya'JIedlclneC'o.WoVultonBt.N Y. SPEC. FI CS