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'.i.t4 A In TEHril Cholera Cure! m HTHE CRADUATE" V 1 rch, lilushlng Thpy Ixiwcd on tlio boinuslinetl Ktago, And aired their various views concerning ' Tlio woman tit tho rtaclal aso; Tho rlsm and fall of ancient ltomo; or The lato Carlyle, the will he had; Tlio iiersonatlty of Homer, Whether ho wrote tho Iliad, Or somo Inglorious nameless bard did; Boiito a.iked if Bellamy's grand schemed Should bo accepted or discarded; Ono talked of hypnotlstlc dreams; One ana'yzed the solar spectrum. Another placed tho river Btyx; Another showed tho sad effect rum Can u'ork'ln local politics. ' "' lloucrt of modern lonmlng, THE FARMERS ALLIANCE. MAIEDIHSBILIK STORY THAT READS LIKE A REALISTIC DIME NOVEL. Lnvrrciico Kingston's Eventful Life He Sorvcd In Alt the Ilcccnt Indian Wars mid Wits oil the III Fitted Alaska's Voyuge to tho Arctic Orcun. I mused, nud thought now should I marry That clr I w ho wruta an old Norso fablo Would hIio turn out a hoiiHehold fairy And w't an appetUIn Ublo? Or would she bo a td.ive to books, With learning plenty for a wizard, And yet tho fright ftilest of cooks, lneoniK'tent to broil a gizzard? Would she go round In shabby skirts? Could he do up" my linen shirts Ah Or Mould she spot and crease each bonowr daintily as mother dooo 'em, chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it hasbeen made, and to be con vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A bottle is enoughtfor, one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. 50-cen- ts two-thirds Thousands of dollars worth of Thcio iiucstlons made my senses whirl; I scarcely listened to thu theses; Well, after all I'd take tho girl 'And bravely face the risk of creates. Uuffalo Courier. THE MINNESOTA FARMERS. For sale by KEVEH G. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky. TO TAKE. FHILS-PLEA- S3HT The onlv Certain and Kirectiml (Inro for Clillla and Fever, Intermittent, Remittent, Bilious and Malarial Fever, Dumb Ague, Swamp Kover and all Diseases originating from u Torpid Liver or Malaria. Perfectly harmless, contains no tlio most or Uulnlite andean boclvcn to Arcciilc delicate- person with perfect safety. As a Tonic for Tired Feellnp, Loss of Headache, Nervous Depression nnd ow Spirits originatlngfrom Malaria, Itstaud ione nnd without a Parallel. I'ltlCE, J. Sotd by Drugyltta generally. Sl.OO Per Bottlo. Ind., C. MENDENHALL & CO., sous Fuornaroas, ErAXSriLZli, a--. V. SOLD AND WARRANTED BY 8. A. "W- - siHorEeT Irassisi FINE SHOW G&SES. TERRY MfQ AAat fi.r fttnlnfrii CO.,NA8HyiLUC,jTENN UUK NEW rnt &m i,l.l w.lebl iiwv rncraa HMSHfllld SIOO.OO. m"0c. t DciilsS Worth watch In tht world, Coin Udiet'tDd ftoi tlttf, with work andcaaaa of 'muiI lu. OX rsisox ia WW locality can Mcnro witli our Urn frre. tcrlbr Household d valuablallatof umpltt. tl MtTamHiraFI FhlMMtnlf... TbtM All work wilt inuAimu 'ml T7.k w.tv ara roa tht ouf ..d do ll to lliow nhat t Had too 10 IkoM who ttll-r- malti frUndi and nelaabori and IhoM bal Is Ttlubla trad, for w. wM.li bolJj for jrtor. rb.n ttc.Url.d, Attar ao4 thu wo on rtpakt. W. par " oiprtu. frtlM. ,ou know .11. If ia ytooM ilk. I f J to work per wMkj tod apwardr. Addnai, Mm from SstO to llmtknpcr Wrrntd solid gold rjuuimr &, cii. ... They, Arc In the lleld with a I'ull Stute TlcUct-'-Tli- o laibor Turty Mlth Tliein. Tho Farmers' Allianco and United Labor party of Minnesota, in joint convention assembled at St. Paul, nominated a full ticket for stato officers, Sydney M. Owen was nominated for governor and J. O.Bnrrettfor lieutenant governor. Sydnoy M. Owen was born near Toledo, O., and is 52 years of age. Ho grow up on a fann and in early man hood went into tho mercantile business in Toledo and later in Chicago. About 7 six years ago ho moved to Minnc-aioli- s and established all agricultural iwij.H.'r called Tho Farm, Stock and Home. Politically Mr. Owen has been onthosldooftho SYDNEY M. OWlJ. Republicans, although ho is not and never law been a politician. Thcplatform adopted by tho convention demands that tho "war tariff" bo radically revised; sjiecially denounces tho McKinloy bill n. "tlio crowning infamy of protection ".demands government control of railrouds, that discrimination may cease, reasonablo rates bo established, watered stock shall not receive tho rowards of honest capital and the pooling of rates to be absolutely prohibited; as producers demands free and open markets for grain and proper facilities for transportation thereto; believes ,tho Minnesota "railroad commission should bo governed by tho Iowa schedule of rates; holds tlmt mortgage indebtedness should bo deducted from tho tax on realty; demands lower interest and severe penalties for usury; favors an iucreaso in tho volumo of money and demands tho frco coinago 61 silver; opposes stato and municipal giving away of valuablo franchises; favors improvement of tho great waterways; oaks for tho Australian' ballot system for the whole stato; holds that United States senators and railroad commissioners should bo elected by ballot; demands the prohibition of .child labor; favors arbitration, settlo Jabor troubles nnd equal pay for equal' work, irrespective of 'sex consider. tlio recent Bupremo court decisions fraught with danger to our form of government, and invites to its support all who toil and all who r.greo with them in their opinions. Wi AS W Ae. Tliey Are Grasping Ilunds. Professor Walker, of tho Massachusetts Agricultural college,.! siteaWing to HMnVou alc'o., ll JPorHnntl, Maine. Mnmiu Chicago & ONLY Return $7.00. -- A 5 Via C. H. & D. and MONON ROUTE From Cindunnti, ami ono cent per milo for tho round trip from nil stations south Occasion of tho PATRIof Keshler. ARCHS MIEITANT and I. 0. 0. F, MEETING. Tickets on sale August Gth nnd Oth good returning until August 11, 1890. Also Excursion Tickets nt Ono Fnro for tho Round Trip from samo points will bo on salo August 11, 1800. For further information nddrcsrt nearest Agent C. II. & D. It. It. 13. O. McCORMICK, General Passenger nnd Ticket Agent fanners, says that heretoforo in all parts of tho "world tM farmer luu been no m"tch for his adversary. Hanover held his own against boldier or priest, against politician br statesman. In ancient times he was n slave, in tho Middle Ages u serf; in tho Nineteenth ccntury'ho is it slave, serf,- peasant or proprietor, according to locution. American farmers, a3 a class, aro face-- to fuco'Avith' 4ho crisis. They havo subdued a continent and furnished raw material, for our factories, bread for our opeVutives nmV uianliood for civilization. They sustained national credit with their hard earned dollars, rescued endangered liberty with .their conscientious ballots and defended time and again tho Stare and Stripes with their loyal blood. Vigorous in body, strong - In HUGHES' SURE CURE FOR lovers of home, massivo in common sense, fertilo in resources, devout be liovora in Providence, tho farmer of America will never allow themselves to bo overwhelmed by tho fato that sunk tho tillers of tho soil in India, in Egypt, in Europe. '"Frournllparts of this land farmers aro lmug tSBSttwH-j- Organization jind Cooperation aro'tho' wonderful' ideas' that havo awakened them as never before They aro grasping hands with a grip that means comothing. Montana Fanning nud Stock Journal. , character, striking in individuality, For 30 Yoars a Success. J'roiiritlon have wmiy letltrt like thetel BETTER THAN QUININE. Dor.ey Co., Mr. M. M. Ke.terson. Ark.. 117! "lean certify to the fact that Hughes' Toulo U the belt chill tnnlj I over tried. I consider It hotter than rjululno."' CURES CHRONIC CASES. Mr. . W. McDonald, Laurel llill Mlu-- i writes i " Vour Hughes' Tonlo for chilli nnd fever has never fulled yet, and I have sold It to a numhor of ohro-nl- o cases. It euros thorn every tlue." Ask for Hughes' Tonic and takelloOiher PRCEB$1.00 PER BOTTLE. Itoutl HiU 'X'cktlmoiiy llion THV IT for Yoiimelf. '- - Their Oivii Thinking. For what purposo did wo na members of tho Farmers and Laborers' Union of Amorica combino ourselves together? It was in order that wo might benefit ourselves socially, morally and financially. How do we benefit' otiru'lvcH tocially; Why, by coming togother weekly, semimonthly or monthly, as tho caso may bo, exchanging ideas, planning what is best for tho members nnd thu country at large, discussing matters for our mutual good, and teaching tho fanner and himself and lnborcr to think more-fo- r C Tend less upon tho doctors, lawyers, colonels, captains, and more especially the politicians, to think for him. If wo liavo not u'a much talent wo certainly havo as much brains rind honesty among tho farmera and laborers of this country aa among any other class or profession. Journal of Agricnlture. Doing- - ROBINSON - PETTET XjouIhvIUo, ICy. Small Size, 50 Cents, Pjupadkd at CO., For Sale by Druggists. mtmmmmimmmmm s Notice the lHlel oh your paper hhs X e K your tiiuo explrcti thU iuoHtb. 'lio fanned of North Carolina have begun their campaign of attending the Democratic congressional conventions and securing tho nomination of men identified with the Allianco movement "Undo" llaldy Williams lias been nominated in tho Fifth district. This fall nine congressmen are to be elected in A novtl dinner was given at Milldalo by Fred Kinsinger. Tlio guest of tho occasion was Lawrenco D. Kingston, who enjoys thu strange distinction of having spent tho most of a life of thirty-thre- e years on tho buck of an Indian pony. As tho well roasted veal and tho brown fried catfish disappeared Kingston recited in the unvarnished stylo of tho 6cout the details of a lifo as exciting as Monte Cristo's. Kingston hud 1cen on his way to Washington with a lot of trappings when by accident, at Chattanooga, hu lost them. JIo camo to Covington to arrange for n settlement with tlio railroad and to call upon a young lady who had been engaged to his twin brother, a scout, who was killed in an engagement with tho Apacho chief Gcronimo. In Covington he met Mr. Kinsingcr's engineer, Onirics Fulmer, who hud been a soldier during tho Modoc war, and had then known Kingston, nnd a visit to Milldalo was tho result. Kingston is a native of Colfax, Yuba county, Cal. When he and his twin brother wero inero babies, not a year old, s, their parents wero massacred by tho but for somo unaccountable reason tho infants wero saved by tho reds and carried away with them. They wero raised by their captors until 12 years of uge, having becomo proficient in all the traits of their adopted people. A company of United States soldiers under Col. Cheatham, raiding the Indian retreat ono day, rescued the two youtlis and took them to his camp, whero thoy wero placed in chargo of Donald McKay, chief of tho Wann Spring Indian scouts, to bo educated as such. Two years later, then being in his 14th year, young Kingston began what has proved to bo a very eventful career, being placed on tho trail of tho Piutes in Nevada, who had been on tho warpath for somo time. Since then Kingston has scarcely been out of tho saddlo, and so valuablo havo been his services to tho government that ho has been in constant demand, both in tho north, south and middle of tho wild west. Ho has repeatedly covered the famous great trails of tho country, and has dono scouting against all tho noted tribes and rebellious chiefs. Ho saw active service in the Modoc troubles in 1883, und was ono of tho party with Gen. Canby when ho was assassinated. After the capture of Captain Jack he was transferred to Qen. Howard's command, which was then engaged in subduing the Piutes. Ho had a hard struggle with tho Chief Winne-muccThe latter wus killed by a young bugler when ho appeared to be having tho best of tho scout. He perfonned secret service duty during tho Mormon troubles of 1875, and was with Gen. La Coma when ho was killed by the White River Utes. In 1870, a year that will always bo famous in tho history of tho far west for tho torrible Custer massacre, young Kingston was sent to that general with dispatches, and was ordered to report to tho latter and chief of scouts, Bill Campbell. He reached their camp at 4 o'clock on tho morning of the fatal day. The Indians were like locusts in a Qight, so numerous, nud every hour after they oiened tho attack seemed to swell 1 o'clock in tho aftertheir numbers.-A- t noon Custer, seeing that tho situation was getting hopeless, started him to Maj. Reno's camp for relief, ho having been sxpected for some time. Tho mission was certainly not a pleasant one, surrounded as tho bravo company were on all sides with the ferocious Indians. He managed, however, to get through" tlio lines, but not until ho carried with hira several wounds, one a very sovero one on tho head. Ho reached Maj. Reno, who was seven miles away, and when ho returned two hours later tho terrible sluughter was over. Not an Indian was in sight, but they left some harrowing evidences that they had been there. Tho dead wero piled everywhere, and surrounded by a barricade of bodies, both of savages and whites, they found tho remains of Custer. He spent two years watching Wells, Fargo & Co.'s stages and chasing Apaches, and in 1870 was with tho party that took tho Alaska to go in search of thu lost Jeanctte. He told most interestingly tho history of1 that fatal expedition, their sailing, up to 70 dt'gs. north, the mutiny of the crew, skirmishes with tho natives and his cscapo with three companions from tho death that afterward camo to tho company, Thoy found tho wreck of tho Jeanette, but tho survivors had started south in another direction. The return of tlio Alaska crow was ono of intenso suffering from scurvy nnd from attacks from natives., Ho and Jureo comrades got away and were helped south by tho Flathead Indians. Ho lost nil his companions from scurvy, and when ho finally reached tho Blood Indians, after torriblo experiences, ho was nearly dead from tho samo afllictiou. As Boon as his health ivennitted ha was sent to the Apache country, whore Gcronimo had murdered tho Bryant family, Ho was with tlio soldioni when, in a skinnish with tho Indians, he started thu tiring thut brought down Spotted Heel, ono of Geronimo's strongest friends. Duriug 1880 ho did activo service against noted outlaws and aided in tho capture of several of tho worst, who wus their chief; "also of Arizona Sam and Rattlcsnako Jack. ,Affer tlmt ha waa on. trail against the il Piute?, spent a year currying l through hostilo Indian country, and in 1884 was with Gen, Sheridan in tho Ban-noc- k war. Kingston is now stationed on a reservation at Fort Walla Walla. He speaka all the Indian languages und handles English exceptionally well. Cincinnati Enquirer. Mo-doca. gov-onnne-nt iuclud-Ing.Robert- s, Tho following is taken from an articlo which appeared somo timo sinco in Tho National Economist: "Tho National Fanners' Alliance nnd Industrial union as a national organization dates from tho first day of October, 1889, at which timo it was formed by n proclamation of consolidation of two orders, ono of which was tho National Farmers' Allianco and Union of America and tho other was thu Nationnl Agricultural Wheel. This consolidation had been provided for in December, 1888, by n joint meeting of tho two national bodies, at which a national constitution had been ogTeed upon, and that tho Biimo should bo submitted to tho orders in tho various states for ratification, and when three-fourtof tho state organizations should ratify it was made tho duty of tho presidents of tho two organizations to issue proclamations dissolving tho two old organizations as thon existing and consolidating them under tho namo of tho Fanners and Laborers' Union of America. "All this was properly done, and tho Farmers and Laborers' union held its first regular meeting in St. Louis, Mo., in Decnnber, 1889, and changed its name to tho National Fanners' Allianco and Industrial union. Tho Fanners' was first started at probably tho samo time in two states Texas and New York about thu year 1873, tho Agricultural Wheel a few years later and tho Fanners' union in 1885. Tho Allianco started in Now York, spread westward as a organization, nnd took up n period of rapid growth and development about tho year 181 or 1885, which has resulted in a very strong organization north of cho Ohio river and west of Pennsylvania. "Tho Allianco in Texas was chartered as a benevolent association by tho state in I860, and as a secret organization it took on its rapid growth and development about tho year 1883. In 1887 it contained a membership in that stato numbering over 100,000, and united with tho Farmers' union, at that timo organized in Louisiana, 10,000 strong. These two organizations associated themselves together under tho general laws of congress regulating tho incorporation of national trade unions, nnd secured an articlo of incorporation in tho District of Columbia as a national trade union under tho name of "Tho National Farmers Allianco and union," and tlds order, as abovo stated, completed its consolidation with tho National Agricultural Wheel on tho first day of October, 1889. "Persons engaged in any of tho following occupations arooxcluded from membership: Merchants., bankers, brokers, commission merchants, cotton, grain or produco buyers, lawyers, city doctors, preachers and school teachers, land agents, book agents, peddlers, canvassers, livery stable keepers and saw mill men, all dealers, speculators and gamblers, and any others whoso greatest interests do not harmonizo with fanning. When n person is engaged in fanning, and in addition thereto follows one of tho abovo named occupations that are not admitted, tho law is that ho can not bo admitted, but tho association is allowed to mako somo exceptions to this rule, under conditions prescribed in the laws of tho order." non-secret A Little History Showing How It Wus formed anil What It Come 1'rom. Normal Institute LOCATED AT GREGORYS CO., Headquarters for J Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer Cement, Michigan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by tho Barrel, Plaster Hair, Hardinsburg, Breckenridgo County, Ky. OFFICERS IIOAKD OK TItUSTKHS. : Pine & Poplar Shingles nl-w- JAMES BISHOP, President, Hardinsburg, Ky. J. B. IIENSLEY, Secretary, " Dr. A. M. KINUHELOE, Treasurer " " " J. B. BUZBY, JAMES B. GAHDNEK, ilrick, Plow Hundles, Pine Flooriirg kept on hand. Orders accompanied by cash promptly tillo'i. FJLOTJnL.T'X" : B. P. SIIACKLKTT, Principal, and Science. """ Mathematics and Prin. Intermediate Department. Elemantary Department. Primary Department. MISS LIISNIE IIASWELL, Vocal and Instrumental Music. MUST. VIOLA SIIACKLKTT, Brush Painting and Cmyon. N. C. MOSELKY, M. I)., Lecturer on Physiology, Anatomy and Hygiene. JAMES G. IIASWELL, LL. B., Lecturer on Political Science and Literature. Duties divided between the Primary and Intermediate Teachers. To be supplied. Hardinsburg, the county seat of Breckenridgo county, is a beautiful town of about K00 inhabitants. It is located on the Fordsvillo branch of tho L., St. L. & T. It. 11., about sixty miles from Louisville. It may, also, be reached via Cloverport, a town on the Ohio river, from which point wo havo n daily stage line. The people are kind and hospitable, so that the pupils will find pleasant homes among them. First Term of ten weeks opens Monday, Sept. 1st, 18!)0 " " " " Nov. 10th, 1890 Second Term ' " Jan. 10th, 1891 Third " " " Mar, :50th, 1891 " Fourth June 8th, 1891 eight Fifth D. P. TAYLOB. rA. S,v"IT""'rv stvtyTv To euro Biliousness, Sick Headache, Constipation, Malaria, Liver Complaints, tako tho safo anil certain remedy, SMITH'S BILE BEANS Vho the NHAT.T. SIbo tfOHttlC llcans to tho bottle). TllEV AUE TUB MOST CONVENIENT. 4 cti. (eopiri or J.F.SMITH iCO.itaitrior'iui.r.ucAt.s'ST.lOUIS SttHnljlo loi- - nil Vrlcc of oltlior wlgp, 35c. Aeok. per Iloltlc. KISSINGffi,7-70'T- i uril). MO. CALENDER FOR 189091. Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co. COURSE OF STUDY. To the Fourth Beader ; Spelling AVords found in Beading, To Common Fractions; Geography am 4IK1 hi.IppIci! words: Arithmetic Oral Lessons; Writing Tho Small Letters and tho Capitals; Grammar-D- rill on Parts of Speech ; Composition Write on Simple Subjects. Beading 1 TIME SCHEDULE 'I'uitiiifr r.rrcct At 5:00 o'clck A. U 3STO. 15. l'ltl.MAHY couiwi:. Sundaj, Feb. 23, 1890 Beading Fourth and Fifth Benders; Spelling Words found in Beading, and Spelling from Spelling Book ; Arithmetic Completed to Discount ; Grammar Syntax and Pursing ; Mental Arithmetic; Writing; Composition To Stylo ; Geography Western Hemisphere ; Civil Government Histoiy of tho Government "and Legislative Department ; History To the Revolution; Physiology Including the Bony, Muscular, Digestive anil Circulatory Systems. Beading Sixth Bonder ; Spelling 800 Selected A ords ; Elementary Arithmetic Completed; Harvey's Grammar Completed; Composition Completed; Geography Completed ; History Reviewed nnd Completed; Civil Government Reviewed nnd Completed ; Physiology Completed. Algebra, English Grammar, Geography, Rhetoric, Physiology, Zoology, History, Civil Government and Pedagogy. ELEMENTARY COURSE. Weil Bound Trnini Knit Bound Tramn HAIL AND KXI'RKNS. STATIONS. 8.05am Lv. ,.UnlonDciigt,Loulsv'o..Ar. 1.10pm 12.55 .. 8.20 ...Kentucky Street UII. AND KIl'RKSa. ' " j t Alms House INTERMEDIATE COUKSfc. .Measure Rldgo 1'ark Valley Meadow Lawn 9.00 H ''.(.Vi .12 iWling, Penmanship, Orthography, Higher Arithmetic, Elementary BUSINESS COURSE. Book-keeping, TEACHERS' COURSE. 9.41 9.62 10.02 10.13 10.2:1 Physics, West Point ltock Haven Long Branch Urandcnliurg Ekron Uuston Irvington Welmtor lllver View 12.15 .. 11.53 .. 11.44am 11.34 .. 11.23 .. 11.15 .. .. v -- " ITl ';;;." .,3 ? Commission, Steam-boatinSingle nnd Double Entry Banking, English Grutmnur, Penmunship, Spelling, Business Correspondence, Commercial Arithmetic nnd Commercial Law. Geometry, Trigonometry, Analytics, Surveying, Engineering, MechanEnglish Grammar, Rhetoric, Chemistry, Physics, Geology nnd Mineralogy. ics, 10.32 10.17 10.50 11.01 11.18 11.34 11:39 11.5?AV 12.01p 12.19 12.30 12.47 12.50 .. 1.08 Arr. 1.30 1.10 1.57 2.06 11.05.. 10.57.. 10.47 .. 10.37 .. 10.30 . 1(1. - t; ' " . tl 10 ENGINEER'S COURSE. Ethics, Physics. Rhetoric, Logic, Chemistry, Physiology, Zoology, Botany, Geology, History, Politics, Civil Government, Polilical Economy, International Law, Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Analytics, Mechanics, Astronomy and Calculus. Includes' the Scientific Course, Latin Language and Literature, Greek Language and Literature. 80ENTFC COURSE. English Literature, Metaphysics, CLASSICAL COURSE. Loiliburg Pierce Sample Stcphensport Holt Cloverport Shops Skillman Hnwcsvllle Fulcon Lowlsport Powers Patos Owcnsboro ; , .1 ,' ?, if' ''JjVi V 'tf&- - .5?" . 10 .. .. 10.10..J 9.55 9:50 9.39 9.23 9.09 8.50 8.3C 8.23 7.45 7.34 7.14 7.05 ..; .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. i. Lve 8.11au and 2.20ruArr. Stanley W'orthington Spottsvllle ilaskctts Henderson Lve 6.50au .Mr. Curtis' Orchestra. Mrs. Jo'm G. Curtis, of this city, is the founder of ono of tho most remarkable orchestnis iu oxistcuco. It is composed of men, women and children of musical ability, gathered from poor families, who pay a very small fee for the instmctiou' I.Irs. Curtis provides. Theodore John, fonnerly conductor of the orchestra of Freiburg, Gennany, hushad chargo of tho amutuurd for thu last three years, and under his excellent instruction nnd the inspiration of tho fair patroness sovenil of the pupils havo ben ablo to 1111 Ksitious in professional orMrs. Curtis has' used hor chestras. drawing room und hall iu 'East Thirty-fift- h street for practice, and hero too her proteges havo played to fushlonablo Now York companies for charity. Don't read! Don't think I Don't Yon Now aro you better? women who think that patent medicines are a liumbtig, and Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptibn tho biggest humbug of tho wholo (because it's best known of all) h euro somo 7 dbes your It is very easy to "don't" in this world. Suspicion always comes moro cafcily than confidence. But doubt-littl- e faith-ncve- r made a sick women wcll-an- d tho "Favorito Prescription" has cured thousands of delicate, weak women, which makes us think that our "Prescription" is betUrr than your "don't beLet us lieve." Wo'ro both honest. You try Dr. Pierce's come Favorito Prescription. If it doesn't do as represontiid, you get your money again, Where proof's so easy, can you afford to doubt. ol lack-of-fait- u-t- Elemkstaiiy and I.ntkiimkimate Couksks. Tho work in these courses will embrace n thorough and systematic drill in the public school branches, so tlmt pupils regularly completing theso courses will bo eminently fitted for any of the other courses. The instruction will bo so given as to dovelop all the powers of tho 'illind evenly in their natural order, and tho subjects will be so analyzed as enable the pupils to retain tlio greatest amount possible and, at tho same time, utilize what ho knows. The PitiMAitv, REMARKS ON COURSES, fou mu S For The time is here, when a teacher can no longer sit in the six hours per day, drawing his salary at tho end of each month, nnd bo school-houso TEACHER'S COURSE IW.,knM,iir UadvantlMlnif. Efr,B LtUaf Errors or Exoeisei in Oldor Yonnr. 4 Hivail. !urlflMtOOlfiiUr H.iUrtd. IUwtlnr BlmtlktanKiK.l'KVKTKLOrKDUKOlKSAI'illTBOrilODi. la a d.r. Akuliulr o.r.lll.r UOBIt lHKTBlT-n.- ,t. iMtlfy trtm ftu BUUi and larlca Caaatrlr. Writ Ihcau a IHicrlptl.a Bmi, prf.ril!4(Mtl!)rr. Ulnu ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N. Y. LOST or FAILLNO MAUHOOD; jOenenl and NEEVOUB DEDliITY mm re- tained as a teacher. . . No teacher will, in a short time, bo recognized who is not up with his grow with it. This course has been arranged eswork and who does not pecially for tlio teachers of this and adjoining counties, so as to more thoroughly fit them for their work and to enable them to procure county cerThey receive, not only a thorough and practical knowledge of tificates. tho branches taught, but also special methods of presenting thoso branches to their pupils. The large experience of tlio Principal in instructing teachers and been Institutes, nnd tho success with whieh lib) labors havo attended at this point, during tlio past year, warrants him in asserting that Tlio last term of eight weeks will satisfaction can bo given in this course. bo devoted entirely to teachers desiring certificates and better grado cerPuplls may enter at any timo during tho term, and they will be charged at tho rates of $3.20 per month for the remainder of tlio tune, nlways in advance. con-ducti- WMEDICINE CIlEAl'EST MEDICINE KNOWN CONSIDERING. QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. CHILL CURE. -- This course will bo in chargo of Miss Linnio Haswell, who has so successfully conducted tho class during the past year. Comments upon her as an accomplished lady and an experienced teacher would bo out of place kero, as her reputation as a teacher is well established. i'ractico will bo combined with theory, nnd no pupil will bo permitted to pursuo this course without a rigid prosecution of tho theory of music. Besides tho dally class drills, lectures will bo delivered from timo to tiiiio on tho various subjects taught, and to test mora thoroughly tho pupils' power and knowledge, they will bo required to outline, to wnto essays and to deliver addresses on nil subjects taught. No examination will bo required on entering. ISo reAll tuition payable in advance, unless otherwise arranged. In no instnnco will money duction for nbsenco unless caused by sickness. bo refunded, but a duo bill good at any timo will bo given. Pupils will not Iw permitted to "loaf" around on tho No Dlinil Will be tn .iinnil in nil ilnttnfl nlnced UDOll them. i. -- ,... , . . lw, m,.i,toain,, it till . -- A..!l..ttn.t it.Uliniil . ...v .....oo.v... )erinltteu to do nosem irom rvcuuuuu nunum, I rilicipal. rrrrrro I MUSICAL COURSE. BILIOUSNESS, IT WITI. CTJHS3 DYSPEPSIA. ADD CHRONIO CONSTIPATION. C. C. MARTIN, Cloverport, whUBComtc ron tukv LECTURES. . DRUGGIST NEXT DOOH BELOW POST OFFICE. Ky. )grarT " lli:s'l"'lVHV'fV lia at. Slnrnftliv - REGULATIONS. ...... lofu nil mil" i W nv . w YiMuR cop. Th fsllowlnf cut fiM cuP ... "i-- "t tooMt i'fcUoN in each .. ha Will Onlr I ha rfhf ..aiaii urn at vtiv"" aaVai anraitin chanr All you li.Tt todolu return if io " who ll thotthoM rounJfour brlrhbori you, Tb b od rtanlnr of thll dvriiUemnl .riiiuvi ir the oriH. urIntroduce our nnt)'iWti in.1 to tuwilt.rpwJf wt willtfndmttc ut iui anialt Anil -- pp at that pfltrrdactd to tl. Dr. Pierce's Littlo but activo-nr- o Pleasant Pellets. Best Liver Pills mado; gentle, yet thorough. Thoy regnlalo and invigorato tho liver, stomach and bowels. SIX SPLENDID STORIES! We will boob SI. CO per month. Tuition in Primary course ' " Elementary courso - - - - 2.00 " " Intermediate courso - - - - LMO " " 3.20 " . " Other courses w Painting lessons in oil 00 cents per lesson. Portrait painting $10,00 for five lessons. Instrumental music with instrument $1.00 per month. Tuition payablo in advance for ten weeks if not otherwiso arranged. Boarding can bo had in private families, nt hotels or cents per from $2.00 to $2.50 per week. Room rent nt from 40 cents to 50 Tho pupils may find pleasant homes in any o( tho following fain!, week. and lies: Mrs. Amanda Smith, Mrs. Morcman, Mrs. Vessels, Joe Buzby, post D. II. Severs havo been keeping boarders tho Mr. Will Beard and Board and tuition need not cost moro than $28.00 per term of ton year. weeks. ui i ium h-ii- rt". cop. , "7i .i.w Bo at lent, itom the Urt.wltli rJHO, AJJr.,1,11 HALLErrCO., omlai, Mlk. commence, Is these column! flJtaW'-?tJIZuM. iiii BOARD. Biwm .tflriPrirP JCsaB nt the publicat- ion of a eeriet of copyrighted Novelettes by popular wnt-era- , that will delight nil oui readers, younj or old. Tht first of tho ser ies Is a charm ing New England romance entitled the state. Tho Formers' Allianco has about 00,-0voters in Iowa, and they are deter mined to make good use of their strength this fall. The professional politicians and 'office holders aro uneasy over the situation. "HER ATGHEMENT." By Caro-Lioul- ao Clark. The Eclectic Series will bo used in tlio Primary, Elomentary and courses, and in otlior departments almost any text book on tho subject will do, as the subject, and not tho liook, will bo taught to Wo hold that tho true provinco of school is to teach pupils how as possible of that which is studied. think nnd to retain as much Tlio success with which our labors at this placo liavo bcon attended your good proves that satisfaction has been given, and as long as wo merit wo beg for a liberal Bharo of it. will and patronngo Brock-inridg- o For further infonnation npply to tlio Principal, at Hardinsburg, county, Ky, TEXJ B00KS KnHnHni5jtTiTi.i& LOOK OUT f6p"THE$E STOfilES. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 18K). V. HARD1NSBURG DEPARTMENT, HAWESVILLE. M Willi.. Allen in luimn from Memphis STelt Sunday'for Chl-- 1 Clarence Taber BRANDENBURG. JohR T. Ditto, - - - Mr Reed Working for tho Democrats. Corresf'nt . IIAHUAUti Editor - Agent & .v 4. t, Had a fine rain Monday night. jno.dTbabbaqe We are to have a Circus on tho 27th. Cloverjiort will buy a flro engine now I... St. Ii. &X. Local Time Card, Mr. Felix Monroo has drawn out of tbo 9.55 a.m. Hail and Ezpreat going Gait " 11.34 a.m. 'baud. " " West 5.50 p.m. Express " East Mr. Frank llaswell and wife, are visit0 55 p.m. " West 12.10 p.m. ing at Hartford. ' Eat Local Freight " West - 9.55 a.m. Mrs. James Frank is very ill at her ovu coititi:sroMr.xs. homo near this place. Get the news and get all the news and circus chutch'Sunday. AVo have an old time over-lan- d Tho school teachers arc all hero this Miss Addie G. Ditto, returned from From Dana's week. Thoy hold forth nt the city hall. noxt Monday. nothing but the news. Cloverjiort last Friday. Wm. Miller, delagato elect to tho Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. Jgan Brown has returned home from Quito a numlior aro talking of attendConstitutional Convention is sixty-fouBirmingham Ala. ing tho Corydon fair. The County Teachcm Institute is in Dr. J. T. Baker lias moved his olllco to Mr. Henry Boyd is homo from Iowa RCWfion nt Ilurdlnsbiirj;. Messrs. J. K. Ditto and Lon Morcman ono of the rooui3 in tho now bank build and tho north west. wcro in thocity last week. ng. to his homo Jas McDowell returned Caudixai- - Nuwinnn tho distinguished Clarence Neafus has a position in a Mr. Kd. Hook secured the contract to in Cincinnati Saturday. English Catholic priest is (lend. carpet house in Louisville. for $40, for carry tho mail to the depot, Mr. Henry Thornton of New York is Miss Mary Fullton, of Louisville, is the' year. visiting his father here. BitECKK.vniiKiK taken her Democracy visiting Miss Mary Fairlcigh. Mrs. Hafl'oy has purchasod a lot of Ed Hawley of Springport Ky., is tho like she takes her liquor, straight. Mr. II. B. Livers exacts to move to Morris Eskridgc, and expects to build guest of his father "W. I). Hawley. tho country on his farm shortly. Fnurr Assistant Postmaster General shortly, from Miss Muttie Robb has returned Prof. Joo Hays will teach another Clerk elect, Monarch will not take Frankfort after an extended visit. Clarkson has tendered his resignation to subscription school here this fall. to the President to take effect September charge of his ofllcc before tho first of Mrs. Mike Mason of Birmingham is September. Hon. A. B. Montgomery seonis to be tho 1st. visiting the family of N. B. Chambers. tho man for Congress in this section. Mr. Stuart DeJernette, tho new sheriff Messrs. E. J. Uawes, Harry Lostutlcr Petitions have lieen presented to Hon. elect wants to sell his farm and move Mrs. F. Ditto and daughter, Mrs. AVill and L. J. Early of Owcnsboro were in J. Procter Knott from this District, call- to this place. Will is, Richmond scnt Sunday here. the city Sunday. ing upon him to make the race for ConMrs. Mamie Dutler, of Putesville, was Miss Mattie Leo Morcman was given a Tho "Boom" edition of tho Hawcs-vill- o gress. in tho city hist week, visiting her sister, surprise party ono cvcnjng last week. Plaindealer, 5,000 copies strong will Mrs. J. P. Haswell. Jno. It. AVimp nnil family of Jrvlugton be out Thursday. Tiik Republican senate has refused to Tho city council met Friday night and spent Sunday in town with his parents. take any action on the Force bill, and Mr. Ben II. Pointdoxter has moved to T. C. Lewis to keep Miss Daisy Mclutiro spent last week the measure seems to be dead for tho granted license up from Lewisport and qualified as clerk saloon for another year. in tho country with Miss Bulah Neafus. present. of Hancock County Court. ltosco Eskridge has purchased a lot in Mrs. Agnes Ricketts, and grand son, "Now tt Breidenbach's Ilenncn The youngest delegate in the Consti- the South end of tho city and will put Theatorium" constructed at this placo Forest Black went to Louisville Saturday tutional Convention will be Harvey M. up a dwelling house on it at once. to go south, will show hero Saturday Judge Rawlings and Hon' Procter K. Quarterly meeting of tho M. K. Church Smith from Hardin county, who is only Congressman W. J. Ellis from this Malin were in Louisvlllo u few days last twentv-thrc- e years old. South will be held at Mt. Zion tho fifth District has been endorsed by tho F. M. week. Saturday and Sunday in this month. B. A. of Henderson Co., for Farmers are very much in need of Mr. Slaton has taken charge of the jail. night. Tiik Kentucky Distilling Company's rain bo they can fallow ground for warehouses, were destroyed by lire at Logan Pate has inovcdinto the residence Mrs. John D. Kelly has returned to wheat Louisville last week entailing a loss of lately vacated by Mrs. Kmilinc Doard. her homo in Washington Ind., after a Mrs. Chas Drury and children of nearly u million dollars. Mr. K. D. Oglesby, Clovorport, qualifipleasant visit to her father Judge It. Y Bewleyvillc, spent last week with her ed as Administrator of tho estate of Wm Bush here. parents. It is the general information that S. Allen deceased, in tho conuty court An old hull of n house, tenanted by The apple crop is not, so good as last Louisville will not get the Constitutional Monday. darkies and owned by Quinuee Adams year and what thero is are dropping off Convention. The delegates think that Miss Nannie Foote, of Dewlcyvillo, was Tuesday night destroyed by fire, on very badly. New Time Table. Frankfurt, is the proper plnec to hold who has been visiting hero, returned to Railroad street. No insurance. Mr and 3Irs. D. W. Furlcigh and it. Tho L. St., L.and T. railroad has issued her home last Friday, accompanied by Col. Bob Tyler of Bullitt County for family ol Louisville, arc visiting relau new time table No. 10 taking effect Miss Florence Smith. two terms Seargant at arms of the Ken- tives here. Tiik Kentucky editors have been innext Sunday. A slight change in tho If wo could have a few more "mule tucky lower house, was here Saturday vited to visit Middlesborough September days" the boys would be in funds. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1). Babbage of Clover- - arrival of passenger trains has been made. A looking after his canvass, for some posiport, visited Mrs. AVm. Ditto Sunday 10th. They will go by special train good mule is better than pension money, Tho AVest bound trains arrivo at 11:07 tion in tho Constitutional Convention. and Monday, fiom Ixmisvillc and spend the 11th, and but it wont do to monkey witli his tail. a.m- - nnd 0:27 p. in. East bound trains Old Cnclo Dan Lee an aged respectli'th, in the marvelous little city. Joe McGehee is very sick with ty- arrivo at 10:05 a. m. and 5:58, p. in.. In Marshal Thompson hurried up the able colored man met his death last Friphoid fever, but not thought dangerous addition to the through nnd local freight street the other day to put down a dis- day while digging a well for L. C. Goer-in- g a St. Louis fast freight has been added at this writing. Mn. M. Ii. Clay a young man of good turbance, but alUje discovered was one at a depth of 22 feet. He was substanding and much prominence in the of Mr. Johnson's billy goats trying to The Hock Gas Co., are preparing to 'going East only. Tho AVest bound daily ject to heart trouble, and it is not posiexpress leaves Louisville nt 0:23 p. m. Uluegrass section forged worthless paper butt the shine off Alex West's beer tively known whether that was the pump all of their wells with ono cngino instead of 0:4S on the banks at Winchester and Paris, sign. j. ui. as heretofore. this side of Doc Run creek. cause of his death or ''Black Doings." Ky., to the amount of 120,000, and Mr. J. V. Froman has quit tho hotel A man can't expect to come to this Mr. Ben Jackson the unfortinate citi Change of Firm. skipped. town and buy property for a song. We zen living near Pellvillo, who 150 days business at Weldoii and moved to the Notice is hereby given to all jiersons are not on a boom, Haven't struck gas ngo, drank a dipper of Concentrated Lye river on J. II. McGehee's farm. having unsettled accounts with tho firm A number f gentlemen are already or opened a coal mine, but real estate is mistaken it for cider, was brought in Mr. John N. Ranisoy who has been of B. F. Beard fc Co., to como forward jup to be voted for for President of the mighty solid, and you can it by pay- here last week for medical treatment. training stock for Mr A. AV. Morcman nnd settlo samo at once. Mr. J. B. ."Constitutional Convention. Hon. H. 1). ing what its worth. Not an iota of food or drink passed his left for his homo last Friday. Hcnsley, ono of the firm having withISuckncr, J. Gov. Melleiiry, It is desired that there be held a meet- throat for more than twenty live days. Miss Sue Stout and daughter, Irene of drawn makes it necessary in order that we Proctor Knott, and Col Dennett II. ing of all the gas companies in the city He is getting better now. St. Louis left for Louisvilo last Thursday may settlo tho firm's business. Tho Young seem to be in the lead. at the court house at an early date, to after a pleasant visit to relatives. business will continuo as before, under Worth Knowing-HuoiiE- s' consider the propriety of sinking a well. Mr. J. K. Ditto shipped two horses to tho supervision and managmont of B. F. Tiik Louisville Times circulates the i. gas well of coursj. If wo can't do Toxic The old time, reliable his son Mr. Ned lce8C,purchascd 'Beard, senior member of tho firm. information that Dick Tate is dead. more than put a hole in the ground it remedy for Fever and Ague. ReputaAVo will continuo to keep in addition from Mr. Will English of Stophensport. heard from by his will show enterprise. Tate has not been tion earned by Thirty years success. You to our large and full lino of General Mr. F. P. Straus of tho firm of h family since 18SS, and some of his most Merchandise, a full lino of FURNITURE Mr. J. W. Posh and S. D. Dealmer, of can depend upon it. Tnv It! Dkug- & Straus law firm of Louisville intimate friends at Frankfort bavn't bad Ky., were in thocity Monday GISTS HAVE IT. spent Sunday in town with Mr. J. AV. AND UNDERTAKER'S GOODS, SADinformation from him since that Dardtown, any DLERY AND HARNESS, COOKING and purchased a number of mules, one I.cwis. date and they conclude that he must be MOOLEYVILLE. AND HEATING STOA'ES, PIPES Ac. of Jas. Moornan, Planters' Hall, at $90, lead. Miss Mary Owen returned to her PLOAVS nnd BEPAIRS of all kinds. one of John Miller at $00. one of Lud. Miss Corinnie Uhawdenhush and Miss homo nt AVolf Creek, Saturday night. MOAVERS,REAPERS,AVHEAT of Dud. Pate at Adkisson at $00, one DRILLS Iko has recovered sufficientIrwedo Niy it ourselves, the Nkws CULTIA'ATORS, and in fact all' farm two of Jas Wright at $80. each Carrie Giinu of Louisville are tho guests Her brother ly for her to leave him. seems to be walking ahead of anything one of Lee Meyers Bums, at $0tf,."0, ono of Miss Jennio Stillman. implimcnts needed j also a good assortin this neck of the woods in the shape of John Riley at $110, one of Plearant The Meade County Central Gas Co., ment of BUGGIES, PHAETONS and Mr. Thos. Manning of Owcnsboro is Although it Adkisson at $00, two of Walter Piggott, spending of a weekly newspaper. nt the Court CARTS, 8TUDEBAKER and OWENS-BORfew days with his many was good out Monday AVAGONS. has been counted somewhat of a dull Dewleyville, at $7."), each. house door to tho highest bidder friends and relatives near here. AVo aro the solo agents in this county summer our subscription list has run Miss Regona Roberts of Union County Samuel and Pcrrin for 250,00. up close to two thousand and we hope Corn is selling at 60 cents a bushel re- for the Celebrated Cincinnati Desiccating is visiting relatives near here. And for Resolutions. Co's Fertilizers. to add another live hundred before the tail. Gone up sinco there is none to be the pleasure of those pleasant guests tho Tho inducements wo offer our patrons war closes. s Resolutions adopted by the young many friends and relatives are giving hud mound in the neighborhood. Indiare goods and prices as low as quite a number of social hops. Messrs. cations nre that it will go higher. of Archie AV. English who deanybody. B. F. Beard & Co. Grand Army of the Itepublic held friends Tin: Joe Sewart and Charley Elder honors A very interesting protracted meeting this life Aug. "Ill, 1800. its annual encampment at Doston, Mass., parted is in session at Sandy Hill. Rev. Dow-de- n Iliimlml, That we the friends of Archie each occasion with as sweet and charmlast week, and there was never before ing music as can bo produced from the assisted by Rev. AV. K. Penrod, of W. English, tender our heartfelt sympaOF BHECKKNRIDGE C0UNTV. such a large number of the order collectCloverjiort aro doing the jireaching. thy to his bereaved family and pray violin. Dy virtue of the expiration of my term of ed together. Prominent Republicans, Ixinl to comfort their broken The election was a very quite and . Mr. Ben Willitt and wifo will teach office, which will be very aoon, I am compelled y ollicei's, our dear members of congress, to lay to Tax Payer Breckenridge hearts. That while in the coming days pleasant day here, though quite a num- tho two public schools here. Mr. AVil-li- tt county, that the muit dote up ofour wo and ioIiticiaiis without number were collection! shall sadly miss his bright presence, ber of enorgetic and influential men on will have charge of tho ono on tho for 1890 and previous jeara, io all persona there ready to say or do anything for the we wishing to aavo ooata mutt come and tcttle at poorsob'ier who fought for his (lag, and yet we humbly bow to tho power, that each sido working each for his man. East hill and his wifo the ono on tho once or we will be compelled to force collections for somo wise purpose so often takes our Ono little anecdote which I will hero West. according to law. bis country. Put the most significant And we know he mention took placo between two little himself. This Is no Idle talk, we mean just what we Some efforts are being made to get tho feature of the meeting seems to bethe fig- dearest to Is is at rest safe from the sorrows and boys. A'ester Livers foven years old right of way for a branch railroad down say, this It, our lastdonotice, don't fall to comure the soldier will cut in the campaign ply with if you don't blame us, as we life for, this remarked to his companion Grover through tho town. Tho idea is to leuvo must and will bring our businosa to a close as of 1S02. That iiiioi1ant event is coming, lie left a weary world of pain, Mitchell four years old that he was sick the L. St. L. & T., this side of Doo Run soon as it is possible. and coming swiftly and it behooves the D. 11. SEVERS, S. B. 0. For a happy home on high, over this election. Grover in response Bridge. party of great morn! ideas to trim itssails J. S. DeJKRNETTK, D.S.B.O. Er'e the heavy band of sorruw, in a cool manner ask did you puke? JNO. for business. If they can run another Teachers institute was in session hero Aug. IB, '90. L. Q. ALEXANDER, D.S.B.C. Hud made biin wiab to die. QREQ0RY, D.S.B.O. As I havo not seen any news from last week with about GO teachers in atgag on the soldiers, such as they made ne er more fur thee, Farewell ilnce Mooleyvillo for a long time I concluded tendance. Prof. Gaines of ono of tho Breckenridge Circuit Court. in '8H, they may again consolidate that The iun cotnei up our eistero sklea , Tho High schools of Louisvillo was the inGen. Alger in his address to element. Les bright henceforth,its beam- - mutt 1 e that I would send a few items. Ellas h. Mattlngly'a Adrar., rialntlfT,') Notice To some futd hearti, and loving eyes , health of this place is not so good as structor. the veterans, said it was true the RepubI In vs. licans had not done for them what they There are, who for thy lust long ileep. might be, Miss Julia Cunningham js at Messrs. Shelinun, AVimp and McAuliff Ellas h, Mattlngly'a Heirs Defend'!. J Equity thin writing very sick with bilious fover Will aleop leji twjetly evermore, All tbo eshad promised in the voting of pensions, hnvo dissolved partnershiji in tho stock tate ofpersonsI..having claims againstare hereMattlngly, deoated. Kllas Who weep because thou cam'tnot weep. and Miss Sullio Livers and little brother bulthey should be patient and the matter business. The two latter parties bought by notified to produce said claims before me And grieve became tby grief are ore Amos, have been languishing upon a bed would work out all right. This was no Mr. Sholman out. They have about 100 8roperly proven on or before the first day of Nellie A. Henderson. of pain for tho last four weeks with noxt. Given under my hand as Comsomewhat consoling but not strictdoubt head of sheep on hand. Ernest llenderaoo. missioner of said court, this 12th day of Autyphoid fever. They were slightly recoverly business. The G. A. It. is in for tho Clarence Doard. A vote will be taken next Friday to gust, 1890, ing until last Tuesday when Mahaly stuff. They want a pension, every mothA'. a.BABBAOE, C. B.C. 0. Mary E. Henderson. determine whether hogs will bo allowed Greenwell a crazy girl who lives about er son of them and they will not let up Jamej Kurtx. Breckenridge Circuit Court. a half mile from town got away from to run loose on tho town or not. It will until they get it. Henry Kurti. home and camo running into town bo n very lively fight as nearly every I D. S. Richardson, Plaintiff Notice Minnie Wathlng. In vs. happened to rush into tho sick room family have somo of tho stock. JiiDOi: Win. K. Rimc.ll, of M irion James Lyddn. Equity 'm. P. Whtoler.io.DofendantJ Mr. John F. Frakes is prcjmrlng a which gnvo tho sick ones a terriblo county, annouueos hiinulf as a cm ' All persona having claims against ea fright, hut wo are happy to say thoy aro horso for tho Corydon fair. Jno. has tate of m. P. Wheeler, decoased, are the for Congress from this district in this hereby Cloverport's Prosperity. lifted lots of ribbons with his horse notified to prodoco said claims before me recovering. still issue of tho Nkwh. So far tho raco has properly proven, on or before the first there and no doubt but ho will bring October next. Ulven under my bond asday of narrowed down to himand Mr. Moutgom. ComIt is reliably estimated that ono liund-an- d Main & Co.'b Show. away some more. cry, tho other aspirants having dropped missioner of said court, this 12th day of Aufifty porsons have bjen added to our Main & Co.'b Show pitched their tents out of tho contest. Our people will bo imputation since tho late census was hero on Monday and gave n first The Meado County Deposit Bank gust, 1890. V. O. BABBAOE, 0. B. 0. C. class given ample opportunity to hear Judgo taken. We have actually now within bought tho McFarlund property exhibition. All in attendance seemed FARMERS and FRUITHEN. Russell as ho has made so r vera I appoint-inan- t our corporate lines not less than 1700 Mr. Casp'erke. They expect to pleased und many wcro heard to say I will be In the Fruit market In a few days As people. Our increnso is already rapid for spooking in tho county. erect a new building there in tho near that it was tho best show thoy over atfor a responsible firm in Cincinnati, and can tho matter is to 1)3 determined in a but it will almost certainly progress tended. The performance throughout future. This bank is ono of tho best afford to pay you more fur your fruit than the local buyers. Walt for me and get the top of primary tho peoplo after hearing both hereafter more rapidly. jmying institutions in tho county. was touch nbovo tho averago. Tho C W. PATTERSON. the market. candidates can thou make up their minds No town near us has such prospects. Tho picnic at Scbastions Park was not clowns were funny, tho gymnasts and as to which ono thoy will olect to servo It is everywhere recognized that wo have tumblers were tho best. Tho contor- largely attended but they had a splendid S M L them. Judgo Russell is a good debutor a great future before us. was immcuco, and trained horses hop that night and every ono expressed tionist and a very able lawyer. IIo is at present A largo town hero will bo of great and ponies dono somo very difficult themselves as Jjoing n vory nicojiffair. A.T OJTOBJ. tho Circuit Judga of hi district. bcuiflt to tho whole county of Breckenfeats, tho bull-doand tho "imagination" The grounds wero nicely illuminated To soil our ohoioe Nursery Stock. Salary or ridge. It is a duty tho psoplo of tho brought down tho house. Mile. with Jajtancso lanterns and tho music commission and steady work for earnest workers, Tavern license with tho privilege of county owe to thomsolves to aid and Mnrdyno's troup of trained dogs "took was simply grand. ELLWANGER & BARRY, retailing liquors wcro granted to Harvey hasten our growth. It will reflect in ad- tho cako and licked tho platter." you'havo not got tho salt Cloverjort Kt. Hop Vnrserlei, Itechetier, N'. V. lUshatn at Uawleyvillo by tho county vantage to tho whole. Instead of being Sharon, Pa., Leader. Tho alwvo show water down thero you aro boasting of for EatalfrsBtd 1810. court Monday. jealous of us thoy ought to ha proud of will exhibit at Cloverjiort August 20th. AVo havo it hero your Soda Ash plant. us. There is no other town in tho counIn great abundanco and exjiect to havo FOIl JIYrtPIIl'HIA Use Brawa'a Iran Bluer. ty of which a largo increnso can bo exBattle Biliousness, Besiege Malaria a Soda Ash plant'lf ever ono is put up in recommend It. Physicians pected or hoped. Give us the ower break up Chills with "0. C. C. Certain thfs country, becauso wo havo overy to Pure Bred Berkshire Pigs, all ages. Ellglblo All dealer keep It 91.00 per bottle. Genuine registry. and crossed red llnea on wrapper. baa produced by wealth and population, Chill Cure," tho pleasant remedy. No thing that is necessary for tho business For Prices and other information address J. T, Romans, and it will bo reaped by all tho people. cure, no pay. Sold by G. AV, Short. in large, quauities, Subflcrll)cfor tho IShkckknuiikie News. Ilardinsburg, Ky. , to Tho new Salt plant started up Monday. cago. Miss Mirn Sanders returned home last Hon. Henry Mason was in Owcnsboro week. Friday. Col. Alf Allen Hardinshurg was in Judge W. W. Taber was in LouisvMo town Monday. Wltnp and McAullff shipped a car of Friday. cattle Monday. Simm Hawley is homo from BirmingMr Dick Smith, of Wolf Creek was in ham Ala. town last week. Dr. Chas. Mason is at home from There will be preaching at the Baptist Louisville. ' r. party will bo under considerable" obligations to tho Hon. Tiiomah Biuckett Rkeii. That energetic and mi miliary person has been cursed with much vigor and wealth of epithet by Democrats of mercurial tcnipcnuncnt and florid sensibilities, but it is safe to say that ho is unintentionally doing tho Democracy a service. Ho has keit tho Democrats down in this Congress, hut by so doing ho is helping them carry tho noxt Congress. Mr. Reei has held his party to tho un sound and arbitrary policy of violating tho rights of Democrats in tho House nnd tho country. IIo has made his eye a equoruincounter. Ho has reversed tho decision of tho jieoplo in Congress dfstrict after Congress district, nnd has Bcated the minority candidates. Ho has taken in now States meagre in popula. tion nnd development to jiieco the strength in tho electoral voto. Most of all, and greatest sen-icto tho Democratic iarty, ho has forced through the house, and is trying to forco through the Senate, n bill putting tho control of Congress elections and the counting of tho voles in tho hands of creatures of tho Republican pnrty. Tho result of these efforts to silence by force or fraud tho voice of tho Democracy promises to lie something very different from what Mr. Reed nnticljiates. The Democratic party, face to face with itsdangers and its duty, will seek in union the way to victory. Siuco Mr Reed's programme has been disclosed; tho Democrats have shown n disposition to bicker no longer about tho of economic dicussion. Instead of wasting their strength in quarrels about barren and futile theories, thoy aro ready to unite to rojiel an attack hjkmi their rights. AVithout conscious effort of its own, tho Democracy has begun to return to its first principles. Mr. Reuii has helped tho Domocrats to get together. In proper acknowledg ment tho Democrats will help Mr. Reed and his party to get out together next fall. N. Y. Sun. Rej-ublice ls It may turn out that, tlie Democratic SEVENTEENTH t ANNUAL FAIR ! OF'THB Daviess County Fair Company WILL BE ZKIEILjID JT Owsns.oro, Ky., Commencing Tuesday AND CONTINUING DR. C, H. TODD, A. C. TOMPKINS. Ooi.7, 1880. lOIVlU - DAYS, Y Treasurer. Secretary. OFFIOBBS : President. Vide Pres. PHIL T. WATKINS, JOHN W. CARTER, J. A. Fuqua, O. W. Gates, F. V. Stinhan, Eldred Crabtree, 8weeney, M. P. Mattingly, Dr. J. H. Hickman. SPECIAL PREMIUMS : DIEBOTORS : J. J, The usual large special premiums arc as large as ever, with over One Thousand Dollars added to the premium list. SADDLE AND HARNESS HORSES. $1,900 will be awarded to Saddle and Harness Horses in addition to the liberal premiums for Thoroughbred Fine Draft Horses, Mules, Jacks and Cattle. SPEED RINGS. The Seven Running and Ten Trotting Races aggregate $2,200. . The novel feature of Fice Entrance will insure every race to be filled and all to go without any chance at fraud. GRAND STAND. The Grand-Stan- south. addition. enlarged by an addition of too feet extending The scats and view are arranged for special comfort in this new d is - ' NEW FLORAL HALL. The upper story of the present Grand Stand will be enlarged and made into a Floral Hall 56x155 feet in size. It will be accessible to the amphitheatre by bridges which will enable the patrons of the Grand Stand to be admitted there without the discomfort of ascending and the steps. The lower story of the Floral Hall 90x150 feet will be used for exhibiting Machinery, Tobacco and Poultry. MOTIVE 1'UWliK will be furnished for machinery. The engine used for that purpose will oppetatc a large drive well, giving an abundance of fine water for all purposes. , 0NEHUNDRED DOLLAR PREMIUMS. $100 premium divided $50 to First ; $30 to Second ; $20 to Third, will be given for best display of Garden and Farm Products shown by one person. A One Hundred Dollar Premium will be given for the handsomest and most attractive display made in Floral Hall of any description ; $50 to First, $30 to Second, $20 to Third. djonLissozi. - Adults 25c Children over 6 years and under 15 years of age 15c; Children under 6 years free. All vehicles and and animals free. mission to Grand Stand 10c. First day Ladies, and Children under 15 years of age froc. For further information sec large posters and pre; mium lists., J. W. Carter, Sec'y. CL0VERP0RT, gt F. N. D'HUY, KY. - - - - Branch House, HARDINSBURG, KY. Jewelry Department. WATCHES, CLOCKS AND Grocery Department. STIFLE AHD FANCY in-la- JEWELRY, GROCERIES, . Far-loig- Musical Merchandise ' and Sewing Machines. Provisions, Confections, Fruits REPAIRING A SPECIALTY of all Kinds, Etc. NOTICE. $S.-..'- 0, Farming Implements Having rccontly withdrawn from the firm of II. F. Heard A Co., by the mutual content of the meinberi of the firm, I now desire to return my thank to my old patrona, who Since my withdealt with me while there. drawal from that firm I hare epened up n new branch of buaineaa In IUrdlnaburg, and will aim to keepon hand a full atook of Farming Implement!, and many other artlclea to be found in a INCORPORATION O first-clas- Notice to Tax Payers HAUDITS BURG Capital Stock $25,000. D. F. DGARD, Prealdent. Bo It known, that D. Ilambleton, W. II. Bowmer, J. T. Miller, J. C. Nolle, A. B. bklllman and their associates have associated themselve together and become Incorporated under the corporate name and shlo of the and das Well Company, and by that name shall have perpetual ueceslon, iniy have a corporate seal and alter the same at pieaiure, and aa such shall have exercise the rlrfht or a natural person. J. The principal place of business of aaid corporation shall bo at Clovorport, Kentucky, GENERAL COMMISSION STORE, and the general nature of Jt business shall be to acquire land by purchaae, donation, lease or otherwise and drill for and develop there-o- n n Each natural ga, salt water, minerals and all or Old Hickory Wagons, Celebrated any other product or tubsUnce, and to manufacture or dispose of the same; also to deal In and ntlllxo all auch product and aubsUnoo South Bend Plows, lay pipe lines, oonduita.rallway track, roads HARNESS. and passwaya for the mccessful and profitable) BUGGIES, CARTS, management of it business, and generally to do and perform all other lawful acts to THE EMPIRE DRILL, thla end. The beat Drill manufactured. 3. The laid corporation (hall hive power to sue and bo aued by it corporate name in all courts and place; to render tho aharca or Inmany other article uaed by the farmer terests of its stockboldera tranaferable on the And I am alio the book of the company ; to make oontraot. 00. and the I'ullic generally. agont for John Jones' Pure Raw Bone Meals. quire and transfer property, poajesslng the My prices on all good I guarantee to be same power in thi respeot as natural perons and make all at low aa they can be made anywhere, and now onjoy, to establish specially Invite the publlo to Inspect thepricea rule and regulation deemed expedient for the management of In affair., not Inconsistent to their entire satisfaction before purchasing. with tho constitution or law of this aUte or of J. B. HENSLEY. the United States, and to prescribe the terma IlAiiWNsnimo, Ky. and condition when the capital stock aball bo paid In, 4. The privato property of stockholder ha be exempt from the debt of the corporation. 5. The hlghe,t amount of indebtednes or liabll ty to which the anid corporation shall at OF any tlmo subject lt.elf. hall nut exceed fifteen hundred dollar ($l 5001 6. The affair of said corporation shall be conducted by a presidett, secretary, treasurer and a board of five director, who shall be elected and hold their office for one year and ". ..' t,helruc0"orhall be elected and In- - Lime, Ba.lt, Cement, by-la- w 4' BANK to WILL MILLKU, M. 11. DKAUI), Cashier. Q. VY. DKAHD MOHHIS KSKIUDOE J It. M. JOLLY. Directors. te A Printers' Ink JOVllNAL FOR ADVERTISERS. g s E E N For Sale. trade-mar- k Ii isaued weekly, and is the representative journal the trado Journal of American advertisers. It indicate! to the Inexperienced adver tlser how, when, and where he should advertise ; bow to write an advertisement; how to dlsplaj one; what newspapers to use; how much money to expend In faot, discourses on every point that admit of profitable discussion. Advertising is an art praetloed by many but understood by few. The conductor of Printer' Ink understand it, and their advice I bated on an experience of more than twentj-flv- e year in placing advertiselng contract for many of the largest and most successful advertisers. A year' subscription eost but two dollar sample copies Free. Address t GEO. P. HOWELL & CO., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 Pprueo St., New York. 1 v ""' " ou year board of directors, and each sharo of elect a ball upon all matter be entitled to one stock vote tobecaitlnperaonorby wrltton proxy, provided however, the corporation above named ba betheboardofdlreotonforone year or eIected and iF The board of 5?"?" Brf (hall oleot the president secretary and treasurer, who shall bold their office for one year and until their. uccessor are elected and Installed. The board may from tlmo to time appoint such other officer and to ihtm msv ,ecm JvIable. Bg, 7. ThocapltaUtockof.aldcor oration (hall be the sum of Five Thousand dollar, divided into one thomand abates of five dollar eaoh, 8. The ald corporation shall commenoe bus nesa on the 1st Jay of July, 1890, and may ' lulled i stock .hall be payablo on the call of the board of director and at such tlmo and in tuoh man- ner a thoy shall prescribe. Cloverport, Ky., July 1, 1800. D. Ilambleton, W. II, Bowmer, J. T. Miller, Julius C. Nolle, A. B. Bklllman. FARMERS FREE COLUMN. will leave Lost, a solid gold Oenf. pin. The finder at this office and be rewarded. 10T St,e,.' eight hMd ot nlM .. ah "uu " .. .i ' irom on ". Brandenburg road. tbo W. S. Clark, .-- ". 'o 1" rg to Clinton J. Cox near Stepfctnsport, Ky, WW.WWTW pinirr I. ibImKb - - r n - " .'- -' " - -' V CfJ The city council contracted tor a fire engine last Monday. A male School Teacher Wanted teacher for common school district No. 2, Holt's Bottom, Breckenridge county. LAND OF GOSHEN. The weather is still dry. Mr. John Owen was in lmisville last week.. News is scarce 'in, this neck of the' woods. Mr. Fcrd Owen returned from Louisville last week. Mr. Henry Dean, returned from Louisville last Saturday Miss Cclld Robertson has been qulto sick, but is some lcttcr. T. . Mis3 Carrie Owen who has been quite sick is able to bo out again. Ono of our young gentlemen says ho only sings "Annlo Laurie." Mr. Jas. Moorman, Cioveriort, is visiting relatives in this neighborhood. The meeting closed Beveral weeks ago With fourteen additions to the church. Mr. Tom Robertson spent several days in Louisville and other places of interest last week. Mr. C. L. Cornwell, Louisville, js spending the summer at Glcndeanc and other places. ' ' ' Mr. Jesse Howard, who has been in Ohio for some time will visit his home again soon. Miss Amanda Dean, who has been visiting in Owensboro for some timo will return home soon. We very much envy that young lady who has had such a protracted feast of water melons lately. Mis3 Sallio Moorman, Cloverport, has been visiting relatives and friends in the community for some time. Mr. andMnL W. II. Webb, of Louisville, came down last Saturday to visit tho family of Mr. Ferd. Owen. Mrs. Henry Dean and daughter, Miss Lou, left last Friday over tho L. II. & W, to visit friends in Daviess county. Rev. C. M. Rcld will soon take chnrgo of tho school ,lnt tho Moormen school house. Wo predict a largo attendance. A certain dry goods merchant in our midstj'says' "he'd sooner part with all in life that's dear, than one blessed moment when Edna is near." Quito a number of pleasure seekers from this part of tho country took in tho big barbecue at Jolly's last' Saturday and all say they had a jolly time. MisscB Fannie and Nannie Green who have been visiting in this neighborhood for some months will return to their homo in Louisville next week. There will be one sad heart. Dr. II. O. Morton, an aged and respected citizen and physician, also at Rock Lick, died at that placo of heart failure on tho morning of Aug. 11th Aftpr funeral services by Rev. Reid, a largo number of sorrowing relatives and sympathizing friends followed tho remains to tho last resting place in the family burying grounds. post-mas-t- r i n M ii i ittttj:d uu ujjj Julllllllu William Boultinoiiouse, , Chairman Board of Trustees. The Barbecuo at Jolly's station last Saturday was quite a success. There was a largo crowd presont and everybody Bocmcd well pleased. Tho dinner was well cooked, well served and there wcro good things to cat in great abundance and no ono enjoyed them moro than tho News man. When the ladies have the management of the dinner as they had on this occasion, success is assured. Mrs. Polly Moxley, wife of Ruben Moxley, deceased, fell dead at her home near Rock Vale, last Thursday moraine. Mrs. Moxley was 80 years old and at tho time of her death seemed in apparent good health. On tho morning of her deatli.she ate a hearty breakfast and sat down to smoke her pipe as usual, in a few minutes she got up to walk across the room and in doing so fell dead. Mrs. Moxley was ono of tho old land murks of that section and her death was quite a shock to ovcrybody. On Wednesday last kind friends of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Freeman, celebrated Mr. CUT NO. 2. In order to expedite the curtailment of our remaining stock of Summer Clothing wc have made another genuine reduction in nrice on the entire stock, inoludine every department. Though considerably cut,dovn our stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing still presents a big field to select from. We have a full lino of sizes and gentlemen of ample proportions can find garments to fit them among our stock. Our Gents' is completely stocked with everything Furnish-log-departme- nt We Keep the Ball Rollliif wSyA T CMVIS JE&IVJOY Both' tho method and results "when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta eentlyyotpromptly on tho Kidneys,, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels coUIb, headaches and fovers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of ita kind ever produced, pleasing to the tneto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, ita many excellent qualities com mend it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for snlo in 50o and hi bottles by all leading Any rcfiahlo druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. druj-gista. I Bargains needed Bargains in DRESS GOODS! x!Kx?jrwjfswjrx3Tw w y imAst MXv'iL J w in'thc way of Thin Underwear of every description, Ilosipry, Neckwear ; the celebrated "Star" Shirts, laundrcd and unlaun-derc- d Wc Silk and Gingham Umbrellas, and all go at cost. want no profit on these good. Wc must reduce to make room. , jty?jjiy'xwy Bargains in SHALLIES & LAWNS ! x , JULIU S W " T Bargains in LINEN GOODS 3flBKK2aS&3&ESiB3BSE2t; Bargains in EVERYTHING! I I I "Old ORoliable" Clotliievs S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS.. LOUISVILLE, KY. I birthday at' Freeman's their homo just outside the city with a delightful surpriso picnic. About thirty partook of a bountjful repast spread under tho trees', now in their richest foliage A goodly number of children were- present who with their scniors,cn joyed to tho sovonty-third - I I I.I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I DR. ELLIOTT'S SAHFRAHCISCI.CAL LOUISVIUE, KY. NEW YORK, M.T. John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Wm. K. Barnes, Hardlruburg. &. rm Attorneys . MURRAY BARNES, atlLa-w- . Hardinsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. full all tho" good things liberally provided for them. The day was perfect and every one appeared determined to enjoy it. Singing and games enlivened the afternoon, which ended all to soon, and each as they said good byo expressed the pleasure and happiness they had enjoyed. Medicated Food, A Suro Curo for all Diseases In n. Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, HARDINSBURO, KY. JT. B" Office with Murray & Barnes Court Square HORSES, gg Cattle, Sheep and Hogs IfiSiaV&HaaHr! Arising from Imparities of tbe Blood, and from Functional Derangements. A DEAD Suiter S 9 BARGAIN HOUSE, Buy your goods at Attorney atKY.Law, CLOVEltPORT, JBSTOfllco with D. It. Murray office. R. MILLER, near Tost Gratifying To All. Tho high position attained and the universal acceptance and approval of tho pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs, is tho most excellent laxative known, illustrate the valuo of tho quali-itic- s on which its success is based and gratifying to the are abundantly California Fig Syrup Company. Mr. SSAnd Save your Money. ! "TT 2"aaMSyjB2S2jj22" SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAIN PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. EEEE WE AEE AGAIN Furniture in endless varie- For Sale by A. K. FISHER. PERSONAL. Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, Office over JlicJumlson's Destroyed By Fire. II. J. May's residence on Houston ITardimre store. CLOVERPORT. KY. J. C. BUSH, street was destroyed by fire last Sunday night between tho hours of 10 and 11 p. m. The fire was first discovered in the roof of tho kitchen and but for an inade- J. II. quate supply of water could in all probability have been putout,asithad secured & Co., but liltlo headway when first discovered. The origin of the firo is not known, but Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store , it is thought to be tho work of an inOWENSBORO, KY. cendiary, or else it caught from a spark Frcderica Street, Mr. May says from a passing engine. Wo are authorized to announce thcro had been no firo in tho kitchen E. RUSSELL, WM. since noon as they ate a cold supper that Of 1 ebanon, as a candidate for Congress in thli y Tho house was a tho 4th Congresilonal District. Subject to the evening. Democratic primary Election, Oct. 4th, 1890. No insurance. framo valued at $800. The contents of the house were all saved We are authorized to announco witli tho exception of some kitchen furA. B. MONTGOMERY, niture, cooking Btove and all the cooking Or Ilnrdln county, ai a candidate for Mr. May estimates his loss utensils. to Congress from this the 4th CongresTAYLOR, W. S. TAYLOK. DENTISTS J. H. Taylor two-stor- Subject to the Democratlo sional District. primary Election, Pot. 4th, 1890. at' $900. CABIJ OP THANKS. & We desire to tender to tho citizens of Cloverport our heartfelt thanks for tho WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1890. prompt assistance and aid rendered ur in tho efforts to save our homo which LOCAL BREVITIES. was destroyed by fire on tho night of Aug. 17th, 1890. Whilo our and their Miss Mary Alien visited Tar Springs efforts were futilo in saving tho house, '- lost .week. yet all of its contents were precsrved Pcrkin und Concord graphs can bo had through their aid and if nothing had been of Jjunes Tinus. saved, yet our hearts would go out in Blnriil &, Miller arc Belling gOO(l8 at gratitude to our neighbors who spared Jolly's station and doing a good business no effort to "do us good." May the Lord in his mercy avert cal"V. S. Sterrctt, of Ilawcsville, accompanied a gay party of ladies totho Taij amity from their doors is tho prayer of II. J. May, Springs Monday. Sarah J. May. LouisDavid W. Fairleigh and family, ville, and Mrs. J. D. Ikibbago visited Tar The Fisher Estate. Springs last week. Mn David Murray has been to GerS. A. LaTIcist, of Henderson, accompanied by Miss Minnio Murray and Miss many and returned, and as to tho exact Lafio LaTIcist spent tbo day at Tar status of the great fortuno, said to have been in waiting there for tho Fisher Springs Monday. .Quito a largo crowd from various points heirs, ho don't yet fully advise us. Truo went'on the excursion to Tar Springs "on it is that it may be a matter of which tho Sunday," 'and wcro delighted with -- the public has no special right to inquire inplace and tho excellent accommodations. to, but as fifty million of dollars is quite a vast sum of money and not picked up Lives of great men all remind us that in this country every day, they seem if we cannot do more, w can tell our curious to know something about it, in neighbors how Ganter's chicken cholera it. Mr. Murray will bo wcro in fact all about euro restored our chickens, that accosted by all hands of course to know sick enough to dio, to perfect "health, and when his or their share will bo forththat if it fails your money will bo refund-b- y coming and why he didn't bring it along G. W. Short. with him and a number of such questions Complaint comes to us from Big Spring that will render tho subject perplexing that tho bundles of News for that ofllco ot course. Ho says that-lihas examinfailed to turn up thoro for two weeks ed into tho condition of tho estate suffiand our subscribers arc kicking. It is ciently to warrant in saying that thcro is not our fault as wo mail them every week money there. Just how much he doesn't and they should reach their destination know and cannot know possibly forsomo promptly. timo'yet. In investigating a matter of Thcro aro three new houses going up this character which has been running at Jolly's station and moro to follow. for along number of .years it takes timo This placo promises to bo quite a good to work it out. Mr Murray nor no other business point as it is in a splendid man could likely unravel tho caso within section of country and tho shipping point a few weeks. It may tako years to get c for a number of first-claand that immense wad of money on tlto way farmers. to America for tho Fisher heirs. Yet t Consumers of Natural Gas from tho we are inclined to agrco with David that Mineral Centro Line, trfll please call on it is there. Ho has tho ability and tho It. B. Pierco or J. D. Gregory and sign determination to work it out too. So their contracts and pay first Installment tho Fisher heirs may not bo disappointed on or beforo Aug. 31st. Unlets this rulo at not being flush of funds as early as is complied with tho gas will bo turned they hoped for. Mr. Murray's trip may provo valuable father on. As to tho off on tho morning of Sept, 1st. social features of the Journey ho certainAmong tho visitors at tho Tar and Whito Sulphur Springs aro Mr. Robt. ly had a most olegant time and his friends Brodie and family, of Owcnsboro ; Capt. aro glad to see him return in such fine Carleton and family, Now Orleans ; Misses health and spirits. Ida and Georgia Whito and Miss Mannio Whito, Cloverport ; Mr. and Mrs. Fry-tnir- o and son, Webster; P. T. Watkins, Owensboro ; II. M. Scales and A. J. Good gaye her Castorta. Boonvillo, Ind.; Mrs. L. Carlpton, Hnwes-vill- o When Baby was alck, wo When she waa a- Child, ahe cried for Castorta. i Judgo and Mrs. Lewis, Frankfort ; ahe clung to Cattoria, Capt. and Mrs. Gross and Miss Sallio When she became Htu, Wlwa 4e had Children, aho gare them CaatorU. Pumphroy, Holt; MissLcliHenly, Clo vcrport ; Mrs. Fannio J. Itobcrtson and children. Elizabethtown ; J. L. Culley, Louisville, and Dr, Bt L. Nowbohj, Cloverport. Have your Job work dono at this office p'ost-pflless Breckenridge News. - I,. L. "Waggoner wns in the city Saturday. C. P. li.ib'i ijw'sp Jiit Sun lay in ' tho city. . M. McCrnekentwasJn the city Saturdny, Mrs. Wells is visiting lier daughter nt ' LouiHville. lligdon, Owensboro was in the Frank city Sunday. Win. M. Hensley, Jlnrdinsliurg was in the city Friday. Eugene Unyiies, Steplicnsport was in Bncklen's Arnica Salve. ' city Monday. ' Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, the of OwcnVoro was in, Mr. J. A. DeaneJ Absolutely Pure. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, the city Saturday. A cream of tartar baking powder. Clayton Beard, Hardinsburg was in Highest of all in leavening strength. corns, and skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is tho city Saturday. U.S. Government Report, Aug. 17, 188!). guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or G. B. Tyler, Jr., of Owensboro, was in money refunded. Price 25 cents per tho city last week. box For sale by G. W. Short, CloverDr. R. T. Dempster, of.Hock Vale Ky , port, Ky., and J. A. Wittf- - Hardinsburg, was in the city Saturday. A-- RpYA I ty. I am now hack at my old stand and re- ' spectfully solicit the patronage of the public. ' CRID.MITIIB1!! Honest Goods. niinCDTAVCD Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. y. ' o. POWDER vij ' THE TELL CITY John Fisher, The Louisville Owenslw-o- , spent Sun- Market The Louisville market this week has shown some irregularity. The quality of the breaks has been considerably below tho general average of last week. Wo find it quite difficult to givo a satisfactory summary of tho market this week. Monday and Tuesday tho market was fairly regular, stiff and high. This condition was sustained up to Wednesday a. m., but by 11 o'clock of that day, there was a sagging and irregular tendency. Thursday opened up a trifle easy and irregular, but toward noon prices stiffened up and a fairly steady market prevailed during tho remainder of the day. It is proper to state that this irregularity was noticed only on those grades which mainly attracted the attention of speculators ; bright showy medium Burley leaf, bucIi as was selling from $9 to $14. Thero is never much steadiness in a speculative market. Ono day, probably, tho speculator feels quite sanguine of an advanco, and tho next he may get nervous and cautious, and consequently holds back. The best grades of Burley leaf and also common leaf and lugs havo been reasonably firm and active. Tho common grades havo been pronounced higher this week than last. Tho prices on these grades, too aro sustained principally by tho consumptive demand' and not by speculators. Ono thing which socms to givo confidence in the permanency of high prices is tho recent advanco in plug tobacco, by some of tho largo manufacturers. Dark tobacco has held its own very well. Prices of last week have been sustained all along tho line. Good local rains aro reported in several parts of tho State. Farmers Homo Journal. day iu the city visiting lolutives. Mr. L. L. Smith and wife, of Owensboro spent Sunday in this city. from Irvington, Several gentlemen spent Sunday nt tho Tar Springs. Miss Sallio E. Miller, of Washington, D. C. is here on a visit to relatives and frionds. Mr. and Mrs, C. W. Moorman spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Holt, Holt's Bottom. Miss Pearl Brainard, of Philadelphia Pa., is hero on a visit to hqrfather Mr. J. W. Brainard. Mr. W. II. Bowmer after a weeks visit up in tho mountains returned homo Saturday night. Judge Lewis and wife, of Louisville, arc the guests of Capt. and Mrs A. J. Gross of Holt's Bottom this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Fairleigh who havo been visiting Mrs. J. D. Babbage returned to Brandenburg Sunday. Mrs. Allen Jamison, of Louisville, after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in this city returnod homo yesterday. Mr. David Wright Wadda station Shelby County, was hero last week in tho interest of Centro College Danviljo Ky. Miss (Nannie Stephens returned last week from Brentwood, Tennesseo whero she visited her brother Jas. G. Stephens PLANING WHAT CONSUMPTION MAFUFACTURERS OF IviiLiiO SCOTT'S fiHDE SCROFULA COLDS Wasting Diseases EMUISION SSSSSSIT,S uUREO Wondorful Flesh Producer. Many havo gained ono pound por day by its uso. Scott's Emulsion is not a secret remedy- - It contains tho stimulating properties of tho Hypophos-phito- s and puro Norwegian Cod Livor Oil, tho potency of both being largoly increased. It is used by Physicians all over tho world. PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all Druggists. OOTT A. DOORS, SASH & BLINDS SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything in the Turning and Scrolling line of work will be dono at this establishment la the best manner and at the lowest rate;. Also doalcrs in Felt and IioJIne Roofing. Pumps, Cane Mills Wood Purifying Simple Pumps, Light running Iron Force Pumps terns. BO WNS, ChemUt, N.V. BRERKEN-RIDG- E TO THE FARMERS OF and MEADE COUNTIES. Ai there U a big demand for New York Pippin Apple Trees Iu the above counties, and bellering that the Home Nurseries mill be unable to supply the demands, I am now to make special contracts, (at very low prices), for trees to be dellrored In 1 and 2 years. Those who want whole root grafts can W. S. A81IBY. get them. pro-par- ed For all kind and depth Wells and Cis- - Thorough Work. For Sale or Eent. Wanted to rent or sell my farm of 100 aores, one mile North of Union Star, on tho waters of Good Lick Run. 70 acres In cultivation. dwelling, barn and other Improvements. For further information address tbe undersigned at Union Star. J. T. W1IEKLEII. E, J. BASSETT, Leitchfield, Ky. Jr. GRAND AT PICNIC! Deafness Can't be Cared by local applications, as thoy cannot reach tho diseased portion of tho ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional' remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inllamcd you havo a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is tho result, and unless tho inflammation can bo taken out and this tubo restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever ; nino cases out of ten aro caused by catarrah, which is nothing but an, Inflamed condition of (he mucous surfaces'. We will givo Ono Hundred Dollars for Any caso of Deafness (caused by catarrah) that wo cannot euro by taking Hall's Catarrah Cure. (Send for fclrtuJnrJB, freo. F. J. CHENEY A CO,, Teledo, O. Mr. Minor Stephens, of Lakeland Fla., is nt home on a visit to his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Stephens Eighty-fou- r acres of good land, Holt, Ky. North-weof Hardinsburg, two John Witt has accepted a position as and ono half miles. traveling salesman with the wholesalo Also, forty acres of good land one grocery house of II. C. Armstrong Louis- milo and a half from Ilarninshurg. ville, Ky. Both pieces contains a house. Mrs. LiwsloxBurnetto, of Shawneetown, Terms will be Eeasonable. Illinois, and Mrs. Jounio Welch, of Mt. Vernon Illinois, are tho guests of Mrs. For further information call on 'alter'B this week, F. M. C. JOLLY, Mrs W. W. Myers and sister, and HAllDINSBUIia. KY. Mrs. D. W. Wallace, of Evansvillo, Ind., who havo been visiting Mrs. S". C. Con! rad and friends havo returned hornet During my absence my son, H. 0. Murray, Mrs. II. A. Duncan, of Owensboro, it authorised to colle t moneys duo. All percamo up last Wednesday to seo her hus- sons indebted will please settle with bim at D. R.'Mvrbay, once. band who has been at Mrs. Amanda Cloverport, Ky. Attorney at Law.' Fisher's trying to regain his health. Mr. Duncan has had very poor health for D. somotimo. Miss Lorrain Norris, of Louisvillo, who has been visiting Mr and Mrs. It. E. Moorman returned homo Monday acMiss companied by Miss Mary Allen. CLOVERPORT, KY, Allen will make Mrs. Norris, her future ftfiTAgcnt for tho nurchaso and sale of home. town lota and lands. Tersons wishing XOUR HACK ACHES Ot TOU are all worn out, n ally good for nothing to buy or noil nro solicited to bco mo. UU general debility. Try OFsVICINxAity where from Cow B HO Ufa' IKON MITWKS. a cool appetite. Sold Heel lo the Depot, U WW eurt you, and FOR SALE. st Notice ill wilt1 I tHaiH 11 asissk EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR. ir by all deafen In incdlclne. Don't fail to attend. A full stock of goods are going dirt cheap for cash. Messrs. Cash Real Estate Agent Trade and Country Produce are solicited to be in attendance. Come one, comejfallp and get your goods cheap for cash. J. A. WITT, Proprietor. at all hottm. HAMBLETON, V .aadftiaate tttr;M 0 Breckenridge News, JUDCJE DAVID R. MURRAY RE- TURNS FROM HIS PEAN TOUR OF EURO- Grand Annual Excursion to the Seashore via L., Lt. L. & T. and C. & p. Routes. White Sulphur Springs, Richmond, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk visited enroutc. A Special Train Composed of Elegant Coaches and Pulliam Sleeping Cars, will leavo Loulsvillo nt 1:30 p.m. from Seventh Street Depot, Tuesday, Aug. 10th Iteaching Old Point Comfort next evening at 0::M) P.M. Tho Hound Trip Hates To Old Point is Passengers only ?b'i from Cloverport. Will Leave Cloveri.)ort nt I) : 85 A . M. The train will be run under auspices of the Chesapeake & OhioH'yCo.,in charge of Mr. W. A. Wilgus, Traveling Passenger Agent, formerly of Hopkinsvillc, Ky. Heiluced rates nt the Hygeia Hotel, Old Point Comfort can bo secured ujou presentation of C. & O. Sjwcial Seashore Excursion tickets. Special Attention will be paidto ladies without escorts. Sleeping Car accomodations will le provided, but in order to have choice of berths applicans should be made to W. A. Wilgus, 231! Fourth Ave. Louisville, Ky., nt once. Sleeping Car Kates will be $4.00 for berth, Louisvillo to Old Point, to bo occupied by one or two persons; LouiHille to Clifton Forge $2.50 to be occupied by one or two persons. Special side trip excursions can be made from Old Point at low rates. The route is through the canon of New river, along pictusesque Greenbrier river passing White Sulphur Springs, crosMng the Alleghanies nud 1)1 no Hidge Mountains and beautiful Shenandoah anil Piedmont Valleys. Stop over privileges will he granted on tho return tlip, enabling excursionist to visit Hiehinond, W hitoSuIphurSprings and other celebrated resorts. The choice nf mutes between Hiehinond and Clifton Forge will be given. Ex cursionists may return either viaCharlott-esvill- e and Stanton, or Lynchburg and Natural Bridge along tho James river. Tickets will be good returning until September 10th. Handsome book descriptive of scenery along the line will be mailed to any person upon application to W. A. AVniirs, 253 Fourth Ave., Louisville, or to Agents L., St. L. ix T. H. H. The New Silver Law. Washington, D, C, Aug. 14.-- T1.0 law went into efi'ect, yesterday Tho Bureau of Engraving and VyntinT has been enjoyed night nndday with an extra force making tho new Treasury notes required by tho bill, but bo far as tho printing has been confined to notes of tho denominations of $1000 and $100. Nineteen million dollars in these notes were turned over to Treasurer Huston Tuesday to receive tho impression of the Treasury seal, without which they are About $5,000,000 were of no value. completed Tuesday, and wero at once of New shipped to tho York for use in the payment of silver to bo purchased under the terms of department circular of August 1, last. Purchases made elsewhere than nt New York will lo paid for in drafts on the Assistant Treasurer at that city until provisions can be made for supplying tho witli the new notes. other It is expected that the department will soon have on hand a supply of tho new' notes of each denomination of from $1 to $1000 sufficient to meet all reasonable demands, and, they will be promptly new-silve- r INVES-TIOATIO- The Fortune is in Germany, Bat thero are Many Obstioles in the Way of Securing 1890 run COOK, FRANKS. -- : :- - GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC It is i pleai&nt to tho tnite as lenioc syrup. w' The dmallest infant will take it and never know it li medicine. Children cry for it. Mover falls to . oure. Chills onoo troken will not return. yon only half tho price of other Chill Tonics. Ko quinine needed. Ko pnrgativo needed. Contains no poison. Cheaper than r" It Journal Juilgo David It. Murray, of Cloverpoit, returned from fturopo Iiwt night, and lie brings the news to the numerous Ficclier heirn tlmt tlio millions they have so long hoped for may finally ho theira. The Judge is looking liale and hearty, lie nailed from Liverpool on the steamer City of Chicago on the :10th of July, touching Queenstown the following day, and arriving in Now York hist Saturday, after a passage, of ten days. Fehuray (1 the Fischer heirs met at Licderkr.inz Hall to take steps to recover tho vast fortune, reported to lo $31,000, 000, and tho Kxeeutive Committee, which was composed of Col. J. 1. Fisher, of Danville; Kdward llacon, of this city; J. ft. Wilkerson, of Cloverport ; Jerry Fischer, of St. Iuis, and Judge Murray, held a conference. It was decided that Judge Murray should go over to Germany and trace up the vast fortune. He made fie trip and returns uell pleased with his endeavors. Shortly after midnight, last night, n Courier-Journreporter found him at the Alexander's Hotel, looking quite Knglish in his suit of West of England tweed. "Well" he said, "I found a Fischer estate there, hut, of course I do not want all the matters published before I make my report to the committee, as it would not he proper. In Germany families I found are traced entirely from church records, and it was a tedious job to search for 120 to 1500 cars luck. In Hamburg there are fifteen 1'rotet.tant churches. With the invasion of Xnpoleau into Germany the records were some of them destroyed and that made the jork much more difficult. The search to indemity the family and the ancestors is now going on, and will be accomplished, it may he according to the law. "The first descovery of a clew to work on was when I came across in the old Main & Co.'s Show. cemetery of Marie Magdalene, in HamWe are not in the habit of "puflling" burg, the grave of J. It. Fischer. This traveling circuses that come along, but is very likely the grave of an ancestor the Win., Main it Co.'s Show, which exbut there is no positive, proof. This hibited here Wednesday afternoon and Fischer was buried in 1740, but there evening far exielled any small, and a may be some doubt as to tin's h'ing the grert many large, shows that ever visited original grave and the body may have Lctonia, and is deserving of some com- been interred there in 17!M), and if this mendaiion. Mr. .Alain must have taken can be fouu out it will compira- - great pains in selecting such artists as tively easy matter to follow the thing up. were shown in tiie ring. Every perThe difficulty of the task cm be seen at formance was good. The Diavola family once with fifteen church iccords, with weie unusually line in tumbling, wire christening, baptismal ami marriage walking, juggling, globe dancing and in each to bo scoured closely. trapeze perfoimance. The horses were "I will say this much : the fact of theie fewbutvveie well trained, and Mile. being an estate is established. Its Maiiiyno's school of dogs was great. amount can not be definitely ascertained The little fellows seemed to undertand now. As to its location, methods that every word she uttered to them. The are being pursued should not be given gamblers and other hangers on that now to tin.' public by me, but come from accompany all shows of this kind were my repoit to the Kxeeutive Committee conspicuous by their absence. We can and bo made public only with their heartily recommend Mr. Main's circus It is proper for me to state to as being worthy of patronage, Lctonia the heirs so deeply interested that their O. Democrat. The above show will hopes should not be too greatly excited, exhibit at Cloverport August 2litb. for after the location of the estate is ascertained, theie are many difficulties to Eczema Cured by S. S. S". be oxercome before it can be obtained. Mrs. S. Hen vrir, Waldo, Fin., writes I find the laws of Germany more favorathe following under date of Feb. 11 1S!K): ble to the recovery of estates than are "1 sullered with Eczema for about two the laws of Knglaud after the lapse of so years. About this time I was advised great a time or after the estates get into to by fiiends try your Swift's chancery. I should also s iv to them Specific (S. S. S.j and I am happy to say that I think that the arrangmeuts are that after using six bottles I was entirely perfect for a thorough investigation and cured, and I never lose any opjiortiinity that no more funds will be needed until of recommending it to any one I find it is definitely ascertained that something sulleiing from any disease of the blood." Ik: ascertained for the outlay. The cm business of looking up the estate took me He Profits by his Friends Experience. t i IWliu, Bremen, Hamburg, Mayeuce, " I have been troubled with pi tuples Strasburg, Munich, and I was in eoires-and blotcbers on my face for years, duruidcncc with pirties in other cities. ing which time I tried numbers of "The estate consists of bonds or obligastandard remedies, but without recieving tions of the Goverm 'lit, an thesi' are any benefit. Profiting by the advice held in trust for the heirs. Their reput-e- l and experience of a friend I commenced is J" 1,0) ),0i. There is a value that the m nicy will b' obtained, taking Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) and the effect it had on me overshadowed all I feel that my trip has not IT'en an in expectations. After taking two bottles vain." the pimples nml blotches entirely disThe reporter asked wh re th v.iit esappeared, ami my skin is clear and withtate was to be found. " That I don't want to say," teplied out a blemish." J. B. Fmimini., Jr., Fairfield, 111. Judge Murray. "I met among the first Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases persons I went to a man who had some bearing on the (stat and he is mailed free. j) Tm:Swin Si'HincCo., Atlanta, Ga. my agent. Whit his u i'iu is I can now not tell you now." The report will be "Texas" Conductors. nnde to the Incentive Committee one Walter Fergurson, lato witli the L. St. diy next week. The heirs are scattered L. A, T, road will probably go with the fir and wide. In Ijuisille there are Kalfus family and J. Bacon and sous' Monon. Every passenger conductor on the the Iaiuisville, St. I.ouis Texas road Other heirs are Col. Jas Fisher, of Danlias been dismissed and the places of the ville; Mrs. J.S. Wilkerson, of Cloverport, MisS. K. Hint. n and Mrs. Hedfoid, of discharged men hnve been filled by promoting freight conductors. It is not Nashville. known definitely whether the frieght While on his trip Judge Murray visited I'aris, London, and the chief cities conductors are working at lower wages of Scotland and Ireland. He brought than the men whose places they have is not generally believed As he taken, but it back with him some shamrock. that econnmy was the motive for the was about to sail for New York ho untie-e- l at tho Innian Lino's pier, at Liverpool change. No explanation has, however, the trunks of Mr. Theodoro Harris. Ho' been made by the officials of the line. did not learn of Mrs. Harris' death un- There are only five conductors on the til last night. He mat Mr. J. I Curd line ami tho discharge came suddenly. and a young Mr. King, of Kentucky, in One conductor refused to surrender his Ibrlin, and thesa were all the Kentucky train to a now man without a written people be saw. Mr. King was on his order. He took his train out of the Seventh-stree- t station, hut when ho arway to the Swisj Mountains witli a rived at tho first telegraph station ho got tutor. an order from tho train master togivc Eupopsy. the train up. Two of the men discliarg-e- d This is what you ought to have, in say it was for violation of orders. fact, you must have it, to fully enjoy Ixmisvillo Post. life. Thousands are searching for it daily, and mourning because they fmd it How To Stopf 4 not. Thousands Usm thousands of dolIf you are subscribing for n newspaplars are spent annually by our people in the hope that they may attain this boon. er and want it dlscoutined don't semi And yet it may bo had by all. We word to the editor telling him to stop guarantee that Electric Hitters, if taken your paper without first paying him if you aae in arrears. First pay up nml If according to directions anil the uso hi, will bring you Good Digestion you want the paper stopped say so. If and oust the demon Dyspepsia and in- ho then continues to send it return stall instead EujK.'isy. Wo recommend it to the postmaster whoso duty it is, by Electric Bitters for Dyspepsia and nil tho law, to notify the publisher. If you diseases ofLlvor, Stomach and Kidneys. receive tho paper after onco having. you are morally nind legally Sold at fsOe. and $1.00 per lottlo by G. W. Short, Cloveqiort, Ky., and J. A. liable. Be honostl Be manly! Witt, Hnnlinshurg, Ky. Courlor al 1 LUMBER, LATHS, BCTSBi W iinHKliMnHM -- It purifies the blood and removes all , malarial poison from the system. ' It is as large as any dollar tonio an' RETAILS FOR 50 'CENTS. quinine. , WARRANTED and iwarthj and tniaclatnl, having had chronic chills for mom hi past, n tf thera r m yrar, and within thrr wwki after ttflnalaf with tho Chill Tools Ihtf wrt hat and heart, with rd and twy CbJvii H fted Ilka a charm. W. ff. 8TI.N80X, M. 0, dORKIMTILL, Mit., Vet. I?, 1688, Pint MiMcia Col'irU. Tdo.i l) rbd nt thru Jojeo f toor GroTC'n Tuti CJjIII Tenia. 1 wu nUated 1M ih th lot from ;ou lat iDiinfr. Th praplfl vtrt del r hud with lL 1 fire fiar Chill Toal W niui h!l4rtn who wrrt pate V SHIFGLES, DOOHS, . irt 'TTfwti&ffii iOH 8A.L.U 1nffMttillHHiBWBrrV?i ft SJLSH: &BLHSTDS ' : UY distributed totho "life mill Estimates 'promptly made. CLOVERPORT, KY. guijuc L. D. ADDISON'S ADDISON, KY. Is the place to buy SEWINI1 StACHINR for less money Ibun any other place in the country The mnchlieS I sell are equal to nny that agents charge from $35 to $5U fur; I guuran-'te- o them to bo what I say or no trade Agents will say the machine Is no account, be cauio the large tlltlerence In our prices, but I figure on this as ou everything I handle, cut It H8 luw as It can be cut. "My Motto" quick sales nnd small profit. Two drawer droplewf Singer Sowing Machines low arm, with nil attachments, $ltlt6u , Fire drawor :dropleaf tilngcr tiewlng"Ma- chlnes, high arm, with all attachments $1V,6U Send mo a check or the money by rcgilttr letter, and I will ship you a machine to any pnrt of tho country. Hcfpectfully, L. D. ADDISON, Addison, Iy, ( Department has already purchased 800,-00- 0 ounces of silver tills month, completing the quota required under the present law, and will purchase during the month 2,780,000 ounces, the amount required under the provisions of the at the new law being for nineteen-dnys- , rate of 4,500,000 ounces for the month. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. It was just an ordinary scrap of wrapping apcr,diut it saved her life, She was in the last stages of consumption told by physicians that she was incurable and could live only n short time; she weighed less than seventy jiounds. On a piece of wrapping paper she read of Dr. King's New Discovery, and got a sample liottlc ; it heljied her, shu bought a large bottle, it helped her more, bought another and grew better fast, continued its use and is now strong, healthy, rosy, plump, weighing 140 pounds. For fuller particulars send stamp to AV. II. Cole, Druggist, Fort Smith. Trial Dottles of this wonderful Discovery Free at G. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., and J. 'A. Witt's, Hanliiisburg, Ky. The Voyage to New York MAIN BET., 15th & 16th 5TB., LOUISVILLE, KY. "Mention this paper. i n ,; i What is Y- HnHMHBHHMMKMBnMHMI i i ? IGAST ORIA Castoria la Dr., Sana!' Pltoher'o old, hannlois and qnlolt care for Infanta and Cidldrcn'a ComplninU. Snporlor to Cator Oil, Pareorio or Karoo tip Syrup i. Children cry for Cattorla. Million of 'Mother Me Cantorla. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation ! "I recommend Castoria for children's Sour Stomach,"! Dlarrtin'ii, Eructation; complaints, as superior toany prescription Gives healthy sleep ; also alibi digestion ; known to me." II. A. Aeciikr, M. D., Without nnreotlo stupcfacUon. HI So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y. Tn Centaur Cokpakt, 77 Murray St., Hew York. . v - Ak agr ?!&zzmoA ifcXWktsfcl ) i&fes v; i iflaM5- N' tC" -- S33f"t rjJXQ T ' via Old Dominion Steamship Company When the excursionist arrivo at Old Point and see the huge ships oftflio Old Dominion Company plying through the waters of Chesapeake Bay and gradually fade from sight, it arouses in them a curiosity to CNperience a little ocean voyage just to see. you know how they would feel, and then a futher desire to visit the great city of New York, soon enable them, tiulecido to take this inostdelight-fu- l of voyages. Just tw cut-fohours on the rolling sea gives tho passenger a faint idea of a trip across. These palatial steamships are perfectly sife and spread unsurpassed meals. It is a grand sight, as these steamers round into New York Day, to see the hundreds of vessels of all descriptions, u slight glimpse of llrooklyn, the great bridge, then New York, and then tho Go liless of Liberty extends her band to light you safely into port 4 gig xvs&skmirnTZ V A r&iYI Lk5 (A n SZS CEO. W. SWEARINGEN, PRES. bu W. P. FREDERICK. CASH. M4 MS; wl 4jVa.zrrF A vw - -- T i ZkJZfe-r l t , I TV i EVajIisVilleInd. J UNION NATIONAL BANK Sts., VV'm. V ' DIRECTORS. Otter. R. T nllce. W. T Grant, C. O Strater, John O. Roich. n W Wood, Fred Hotrti, Itaac W. Ilcrnheim, W VV. Drummond, John Docrhoefer, Jame P. Curd, Henry llrockman. I'ays Interest on Time Deposits. Negotiates Purchase and Sale ol Don is. Solicits ycur Uusinis CAPITAL $500,000. Cor. Sixth and Main LOUISVILLE, KY. SURPLUS $12,500. The H. W. HERNDON CO., Produce k Genial CohudId Louisville, Ky. per-iiiivs- No. 144 Third St., Single Strap Track your cliildrcn'fwith bitter nauseous mixtures when.youcnn get Do not punish "C. C. C. Certain Chill Curovoft n guarantee. Any child will inkeiitT'''1 " HARNESS. Tilt! Ij?ntlwr. Wfirltlllfltl&Mri Ihu VFKV IIKbT Wu Price, $17. ntt.l 1'Inlcti n- -n Sr' aI ssV .ij.-- ' -- -r- LIVING SKELETON. i A Mother's LookTAt a Corpses-MakHer Child a 'Fleshless. Skeleton. We have been reliably liifofificd of the existanco of a most extraordinary buby born to dipt. Honeycutt, who lives near . es - xk SAVK M0N1IY HY HUYINO Road Carts from $9.50 up. BEND FOR CATALOGUE. Harness at from $6.00 up. js, cm DIItECT. f . m IS AS UsHsV IvVsVaV evil )(ii p 1 1 ip-r- s milr-scribe- Fountain Head, Tenn. It is a ease of a very wild freak of nature, brought about it is supposed by maternal impression. This extraordinary child, which is known among those who have seen it, as "the living skeleton," was born on the seventh day of d June last. Its parents are healthy, people of at leiist usual intelligence. The baby is indeed and in truth a living skeleton. It is little more than a frame work of bones, covered with loose skin, Itupjcurs to he entirely devoid of flesh and the bones can be seen through the very thin skin which covers them. Tho joints nro also perfectly discernible, and in fact nearly the entire organism of the wonderful child can be seen very much as you see un object under a glass covering. It has been more than two months since this emaciated being was ushered into tho world, and notwithstanding the fact it was predicted that it could livo but n few days nt best, it is still living and seems to havo a very tenacious hold on life. Besides the nourishment it receives from its mother's breasts it drinks tlirco quarts of milk every day nnd eats bread mush with ovldent relish. Thero are no flies on its appetite, nnd it is always ready to be fed. When born it weighed just live pounds and eight ounces, not having gained an ounce in weight since its hit th. This baby impresses ono with tho belief, that notwithstanding its condition, it is possessed of as much intelligence as is allotted to all old babies. It is lively as a cricket, and laughs nnd coos just like healthy, fat babies with flesh and muscle. Everybody in tho neignborhood or dipt. Honeyetitt's has seen the child and it is u source of wonder for miles around. People como from every direction to see it nnd go away firmly convinced that they havo seen a real, living skeleton, tho liko of which has never been seen in 'museums pj elsewhere' Tlioy know not how to account, for this strange freak unless it results from maternal impression, produced bytrio mother looking at an emaciated corpse, in tho early stages of her pregnancy. Capt. Ilonoycutt lives about two miles southwest of Fountain Head, where the "living skeleton" cun bo scon by nny-bod- y who will ask for tho privilege. .Bowling Green Times. well-formes' AOME MANUPAOTUEING INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 00. s- J BH i flw I rHELDUISVILLE&ST.LOUISAia (1.. LINE, K.A8T. L. R. H.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO St. Louis, AND ALL POINTS Evansville FRUIT-TREE- S Dec, 1C, 1888, West and Time-Card South-Wes- t. in "Good morning, Charlie, What is the news?" "Why! haven't you heard that tho Hamilton -- Brown Shoo Co. have got out a Four Dollar Shoo that beats ovory thing they have dono yet?" Yes, I have seen them, they are for sale at SULZER'S, Cloverport, Ky. TRY A PAIR AND BE HAPPY. riliirlplc Ilcfoiu I'uily, Wo cannot go nuy farther in tho line of politics than to urgo farmers to vote for men identified with their interests, and pledged to tmpiiort thoso intercuts, and preferably for men of their own Superintendent Porter discovered In letter from Indiana reading Urns: "Finding a baby without a nuiiiu that was born just in timo to havo its noso counted, and tho family undecided as to a name, tho matter was Anally left tome, whor.eupon 1 christened him Porter F. Crabb, tho Arst after you and tho second for myself." his mail bag on Thursday-- a Kvam?lllo 2:25i " 9:50 p.m. For further laforuiatlun, csll on or address, JOS S ODIORNE, Oon'l Pass. Ag't, LouisvllU, Ky. B. L. BRYANT. Trav, Passg'r Ag't, Loulsyllle, Ky. Lt. Luulsville ti:4i a.m. ,.S:uu p.iu.4:iu p.ra ArrSt. Louis 7H5 ...7:2S " M Applo, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherry, &o. Full line of small Fruits for Fall 1890. "Write for special prices on lots. It will pay you to' buy 100.000 C I ii II calling. Thin wo havo dono and will continue to do. Wo regard a inauV afllliutioiiH of far le3i irniortanco than his identification with tho interests of farmers, and although wo beliovo thero will bo less friction and less danger of injury to tho union if mtirnbora do not try to forco others to mako party ohanges, still we beliovo that members of tho union in all political parties nhould consider men mid principles before party. St. Louis Journal of Agriculture. io-litic- ul AW ii short novtltttt, but a long story surf, at you trt Hit J to git in booh form and paj from Off dollir to out dollar and a halffor. Not only th it, but with each number you gt an diiin J'met of 'other contributions, which gvvtt you a food m igatint besides the novel. 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