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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890100101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f I i VOL. XV. CONSUMPTION I COUGH OR JiJtiJi. GOLD v BREOKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVEKPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1890. NO. 10. ' Not without 'much? reluctance, therefore, I resolved to writo vto my Aunt Johanna and ask her to come to my assistance. After I had dono this u feeling of conditional resignation camo over mo. I hud swallowed my pride, and such a do3e, after all the other nostrums I had been taking, ought surely to bring about somo sort of improvement In my unlucky, state. Tho saino ,day on which I wrote this letter to rayuunt I was enlivened by a call from Mr. Bruce. He had looked in on mo several times during my illness, and had mado the kindest inquiries as to my progress. Ho now sat down on tho other side of my fireplaco and wo had a long conversation about genealogies and pedigrees, Mr. Brace's Becond (hobby) horse; and before ho took his leavo I had becoino tolerably well acquainted with tho story of tho famous Dunedin x.ernge, nnd with tho efforts Mr. Bruce had mado luring twenty years past to make good His claim to tho title. One link, hbwovo?, and only ono was still wanting to tho comploti.m of tho chain of oridonco forgot ttlth bo muclt pcrsoverance. It wan necessary to prove tho marrlagi of Dalrymplo Brace and Tryphona Mad-dam- s a runaway couple who worn rm poeod to liove been united in matrimonial bondo somewhere about tho yea? 170J. Thoir marriage certiflcato had boon for and a large raward offorcd for it In ovory nowspapor in tho throo kingdoms. ' Hundreds of registers hivl been personally inspected, but tho mnch desired entry had nover been diccovorod. Gradually, as I listened to my visitor',! narrative of hlo baffled but still hopeful efforts, something of his own enthusiasm and cagorness in the pursuit communicated itsolf to mo. Probably I was ia o moro than ruranlly impresaionablo stato, owing to tho bodily weaknosa caused by my illnoaa, but at all events when I put my hand in his at parting I felt that I sympathized with him heartily, and that, had it been in my powor, I would havo assisted him so far ns in mo lay. "And who Imowo but I might bo able to assist him?" I said to myself after he had Eono. "Thero aro moro reasons than ono why it would bo desirable to put Mr. Bruco under an obligation. Mary, Mary! What if the discovery of your lnarriago register wero to bring about tha creation of our own? Oh, Mary! I wish I might see you now. I shall nover bo quite my own man again until tho light of your sweet cyo3 hao nhono on mo once moro. Ah, me! i' it were possible. Well, and why not?" This last thought mado mo sit upright in my chair and draw quicker breath. Why not, indeed? I never did have overweening respect for the proprieties and conventionalities of Mrs. Grundy. Mary's face and figure, Mary's voico and Mary's eyes as I had seon them that last happy day at Marlowe haunted mo over. It was really intolerable that wo should bo kept apart. I could not muster up courage to speak to her father now, sinco my worldly prospects wero evon moro unpromising than before; and since, moreover, tho longsickness which had reduced mo to a skeleton had taken out of me tha greoter part of such audacity as I had ever possessed. No, I could not speak to Mr. Bruco, though it was certainly my duty to do so. But after thinking over tho matter all night and part of tho next day I did something which, from one point of viow, required more audacity still. Iwroto to Mary. I wrote her a long, passionate, imploring letter, begging hor to como to see mo, if only for five minutes. It was wrong and selfish, but I could not help it. Mrs Crump posted tho letter. Tho following day I sat bosido my fire in a stato of feverish expectation. Every knock at the door sent the blood flooding to my heart, and of course every one who had any business messago or parcel for mo must needs chooso that day of all days to call. That knocker was kept going with monotonous regularity. So the morning passed away and tho afternoon set in. But at 3 o'clock precisely Mrs. Swatman came in with a mysterious air. "A lady to seo you, sir." At lust! Oh, it was too much happiness to bo true. With tho help of my two sticks I raised myself up ana hobbjed to tho door in an ecstacy of delight. The green baize screen was pulled asido and in a moment I was in the arms of of my Aunt Johanna! If You Have BRONCHITIS Throat Affectlcn Wasting of Flo:h SCROFULA nji LOOM L1TMNT' By JULIAN HAWTHOBHE. Copyright. AH distant connection. ' "! -- '3 rights reserved. 'to myself for tho lmr1 thoughts that I had sometimes harbored against her. "And now, my dear Charles," said this excellent wotnun, after about half uu hour's conversation, sitting up and feeling in hor pocket, "nnd now I havo brought you ono or two things which I GREGORY & CO., LARGEST EVER Headquarters for FRUIT-:-TREE- S Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Michigan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Qil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, Mjkttt. FJL. , f Toit I Ambrosia nectar was morn in my way. I could scarcely realizo that the Throat and Zunni Or any DUente Mary curedfor.ine. But-was happy are Inflamed, lack of Strength W Keirvt boyond 'measure. As o tho future power, you can le relieved and Cured by "' what wits.to'comoof It all a fico forjho future! How wo got back to town 1 have no recollection. A four horso coach, perliaps, or a balloon was our vehicle. All I know is that Mary was sitting opposite me, her blessed eyes over and anon meeting mino and giving me assurance of love. Tho Dolds and I saw itliem off, at last, in Mrs. Macfarlano's PURE COD LIVER carriage, and then we roturnod to tho With Hypophosphltes. Temple. I must have been very IncoheA3 MILK. PALATABLE rent, exAtkfor Scott' KmuUlon, and let no "What jolly girls tho Macfarlanes planation orr tolteltatlon induce you t arol" Edward remarked. " ' accept a lubellhtte. j 'Sho Is lovelyl" I replied.- Sold by all Druggists. ' u t 'Sho? Who?" BOOTT & DOWHE.Chemlato, H.Y. "Why, all of them." I ventured. And then, In fear that I should betray myself, I suddenly remembered an j appointment at the: Lotus clab and OP went o2 on n long wolk. Involuntarily I found myself In Inverness terrnco, gazing up at tho drawing room wlndowo. Thoy wore open, but there was no sign of MnVy Iijitrndgod away, down tho Bftyswatolr road, across Addison road to and so back to tho Temple. Capital Stock $25,000. I s'.jut mreolf into my room, lit my lamp and tried to read. Cndrlraly a grim shadow c?033od my n. P. BE.VRD, President. WILL MII.LKU, mind. Mr.Campbeli Brace what would M. II. HEARD, Cashier. Lo "ay to all this? Ho was reputed to bo woalthy, and I 1 O. W. HEARD - DIroct m. knew ho was proud. What would ho MUUIltS KSKIUDUE J thini? Was it likely that ho would givo K M JOLLY. his dr.ughter to a man whoso incomo FLEASaHT TO TAKE. KSVE3 F2FLS vraofbtti 250 a year and' what 'ho 'could 'ein ao a guorrilla of, tho press? Was it likely? It was not. No uso blinking tho fact, tt was improbable in tho highest degree. Expectation, even, I had nono. Tho ,only irsou who was at all likely to tcavo mo any money "was" my Aunt Johanna; and she, 'good soul, was as ,o a grenadier and as long lived ,is a parrot. Her personal appearauco, Tho onlv rci-taland KfTectnnl Care norcover, reminded ono of that beauty for Chills and Fover, Intermittent, Remittent, Bilious and Malarial rever, Dumb Ague, iowl. Out of a clear threo thousand a Swamp Fever and nil Diseases originating year she spent about five hundred, bo from a Torpid Liver or Malaria. that htir accumulation must, I knew, be Perfectly harmless, contains no Arsenic nr Quinine andean bo (riven to tho most largo nnd her income increasing year by dellcato person with perfect safety. year. But would she make me an allowAs a Tonlo for Tired Feeling, Loss of Apance? That was tho question. Or would petite, Headache, Nervous Depression and ow Spirits originating from Malaria, it stands sho but no I I knew tho old lady too and without a Parallel. aione Sho as of her money PRICE, by DruogUtt generattv.Bottlo. well.dog ofwasbonetenacious proud of it as 81.00 as a a and as Bold a cook of hor copper. Onco when I was J. C. MENDENHALL & CO., in a pecuniary scrape at Osford I had sou raoniurrons, applied to her. Her reply was characXnd., V. 8. A. ErAXSl'IZZK, 1 SCOTT'S EMULSION , ( -- OIL, ' -- BANK HAEDINSBJJU.G am sure will do you good. Denr mo! whero is it? Oh, in my reticule, of course! No, don't got up, Charles I prefer to get it myself. There! What do of that?" "It looks like a like a raw ivotuto," I said, after examining the object which sho smilingly handed me. "A kidney potato yes; and I am certain it is one of tho right sort, for I got it out of my own garden. I got it especially for you!" " i.ia was very good of yon, aunt," I tone as my X"'id, in as cordial ato assume. "Is permit me it to be roastod, or am I to eat it boiled?" "Eatitl Good gracious, Charles, do you rmpposo I brought yon that potato to oat?" cried my aunt in undisguised astonishment. "It is a kidney potato, I tdl you a sovereign remedy against rheumatism! You aro to koop it in your pockot, night and day." (I infer from this that my maidenly relative was under tho impression that men slept in thoir trousers, and possibly that they wero bora in them.) "If you had only applied to mo in time, you seo, you would have been spared all this dreadful illnccs. But put it in your pocket. It will at all events secure you against tho -- IOO.OOO Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherry, &c. Full lino of small Fruits for Fall 1890. Write for special prices on lots. you-thin- k KNOWN! III 8K Fine & Poplar Shingles al- It will pay you to buy your trees at home. All stock warranted true to name. Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring ways kept on hand. Orders accompanied by cash prompt ly filled. BUY YOUlt SCHOOL BOOKS FKOM BAB-BAO- n. I I II" I B W. S. ASHBY. CL0VERP0RT, KY. A JOUUXAL Peinters' Ink FOIl ADVEIITISEHS. PEOPLE Have visited our Mammoth Stores to see our HUMPHREYS' Dr. HUMHiniTi' SFKcmcs are scientifically and carefully prepared prescriptions I used for many years tn private practice with succvM.and for over Ihlrtyycarsiuedbrtnepeople. Every single Spe-clfl-o Is aapeclal cure for tbe disease named. 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'enclosed' was somo horrible trash about a man who came to London with twopenco and died worth a million. As to thirty pounds being a sum of monoy, what did sho suppose I imagined JMHi it to bo a sack of potatoes? Well, tho recollection of this, incident ray failed to dispel my present misgivings, trm'" .' ' and that night I wrote to Mary telling her that I would seo her father at onco, r"3,l tl fir rti Irttrftn but that until I had dono so sho was to TERRY rvVF'G CO., Nashville. Te-jkeep ,ora engagement secret. And I went to led with despair at my heart. MhtTlSCOIKCCS I tossed about all night and had but rwAMr n ntfnnpi rrliuier the world. OurIntroJuca our short and fitful intervals of sleep. In the Tsl JU'JTA.1 unequalrd, and to morning I was in a high state of fever, tupirlor flood w. will wwlntll lauxK riiftOK In aach locality. varied by frequent fits of shivering and J u a.sbova, O.lr lho Hh.'it shooting pains all over me. I sent a teliniiiil oncaran maka tun of TMlJ aft tha chaact All you kara to da In sW egram to my doctor and then went back muni la 10 enow our rooaa 10 thoaa who call your nHrhborf to bed. and thoaa around you, Tha of tbl. advartlaamant For three months I was laid up witli a haws tha aruall and of taa tala- cops. Th.followtaf cat lif al tha appaaranca of U raduead to dangerous rhomuatio fover. In the early stage I had found it necessary to tako Edward Bold into my confidence), and ho about tha SAIath part of tl bulk. It la a fraud, doubla alia tala. had regularly conveyed tidings of mo to Kor,aalarfa..liauytoearrr.W.UUIaaboWTOUbowjro, ' 'Mary, who, poor girl! suffered grievouseau maka from H3 Io810dar at 1.4,1, all aipraia chut . BaTtar wrlta at one. Vf XdJrtia,U. IIALLETT CO,, li.I 8 HJ7T0IIB, Km. ly for my sake. Her messages gavo me "Tho A ' fine show -j- imlWLi "."g'v r-- GASES. wFREE cv aIre' BUY Y0UU SCHOOL BOOKS FROM niL"- -c BAB-BAG- E. Uaall&S Worth Ml watch In tho world. 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CURES CHRONIC CASES. Mr. II. W. McDonald, Laurel 1IUI Miss., writes i "Your Hughes' Tonlo for chills and fever has never failed vet, and I have sold it to a number of ohro-nl- o cases. It euros them every time." Ask for Hughe.' Tonic and taksNoOther PfllCE. $1,00 PER BOTTLE. For 30 Years a Success. llena till. Testimony tlton TIIV IT for Youmolf. IMiliINfft-- ' Small Size, 50 Cents. 1'bkpamd by ROBINSON - PETTET IjouIhvIIIo, TCy. CO., For Sato by Druggists, Notice tbe label on your paper HHd pee If your tlmo expires this month. heart and strength, but my prostration was great and tho paroxysms of pain frequent. At last tho muscles of tho throat wero affected, and I could neither cat, drink nor sleep. Laudanum was administered in largo and increasing doses and brought mo somo temporary relief; buf I overheard my dear friend, Qeorgo Vivian, my doctor, suy one day: hours "If ho is not better in forty-eigit is all over with him." My Aunt Johanna was not the solo possessor of tho parrot constitution, It ran in tho family. Therefore, feeble and near to death as I was, I mado up my mind that I would pull through. Thero never was a kinder nurse than wizened, uncouth Mrs. Crump, (Mrs. Swatman's mummified assistant before mentioned) turned out to be. Tho hired nurse .was as callous and repugnant as nino out of ten of her class are, but Mrs. Crump, who would tend mo while the professional took her daily exercise, was a ray of sunshine in tho room. She was always godd humored and hopeful; sho smoothod my pillows, raised my head or arranged tho bed with the lightest of hands. Often did I scream for her when tho hired nurse was causing mo tho most acute pain by her rough handling. Nurses nro bom, not mado. But at the best I had a hard time of it. Those who fall sick in chambers are apt to suffer grievously. Moro than once during hours I feared that tho thoso forty-eigparrot constitution would be worsted after nil. nowover, they passed, and I was not dead yet. I began to mend; slowly but surely tho improvement went on, aud in duo tiino I became so far convalescent us to bo able, with wsistance, to get from ono room to another, A now trouble now loomed in my horizon. On looking into tho.stato of my finances I mado tho unpleitsant discovery that, after settling various liabilities incurred by my illness, I should bo left with a balance of not more than ton or twelyo pounds at Prned's, out of which thero would be a heavy cheniist's bill to pay. My dividends wero not duo until December, and I was debarred from .'orccalHng them by tho provision of tho will undcr'which I obtained them, and which forbade mo to "assign, charge or encumber" tho property, under penalty Qf seeing it depart into, the clutches of a ht ht CHAPTER H. 37icn7iccarcul! ume. opened the magic ' vol- And horcupon my aunt went Into a long disquisition on the merits of tho kidney potato from a medicinal point of view, and recapitulated innumerable coses of cures effected by it which had como under hor own personal observation. At least I beliovo she tAlkod about these things, but truth compels mo to admit that I listened to as littlo of it as I could. Finally, however, I became awaro that sho had paused, and was searching in hor roticulo fur somothing elso. This time sho produced a chock book. I now regarded her movements with a respectful interest which was no longer feigned. What a methodical woman she was, to bo suro. I am convinced that nobody over took so long a time to perform so simple a function as my Aunt Johanna took to writo that check. She got her spectacles out of the case, rubbed them with her handkorchiof, sottlod them and resettled them upon tho lofty bridgo of her aristocratic noso. Then sho carefully opened tho magic volume, in which indefinite wealth lay latent, and needfully smoothed down tho slender pink leaves. With suspicious scrutiny she selected a pen from among tho bundle whioh I placed at her hand, slipped it cautiously in tho ink bottle, squared herself at tho tablo, with straight back and corrugated brow, and so began to trace tho fow but pregnant words that wero to ploco moon ovon terms with the world. As I sat watching this operation an idea suddenly occurred to mo which changed my mood from pleased expectancy to ominous misgiving. What if Mary wero to make her appoaranco now? It was of the last importance to the prosperity of my matrimonial projects that my aunt should recoivo a favorablo impression of Mary at their first interview. And although Mary, considered in her-sol- f, wrts of course incapable of producing other than a good impression upon anybody, yet circumstances aro potent things, and there was no denying that they would bo against Mary were sho to como into my room at this moment. With such an anxioty in my mind it is no wonder if I found my aunt's movements, even in writing me a check, altogether too deliberate to be agreeable. Moreover, what reason had I for supjws-in- g that, even after tho check was written, my aunt would immediately What more likely than that she would regard it as preparatory to a further session of indefinite length? It was not in nature to expect that an elderly lady would mako a long journey and climb half a dozen flights of stairs merely for the sake of giving mo a kidney potato and fifty pounds and then vanishing like a benovo-lefairy. How imjerturbably sho sat in her chair! Surely no professional beauty over "sat" with so much persistence and self complacency. I becumo so nervous that by tho timo sho had actually finished the operation' of writing tho check and luul torn it carefully out of the book and returned tho book to her roticulo I was feeling much more like bundling her incontinently out of tho room than accepting her bounty with tho gratitudo which it rightfully demanded. It was precisely at this juncturo that a brisk knock came nt tho door and tho door was opened. I felt that I turned pale. But no it was not Mary; it was the doctor. Ho was just the man for tho occasion quick witted, My horizon audacious and intrepid. cleared again. I saw my way. I presented him to my aunt, whispered a word to him aside and ho sat down. After exchanging a dozen general remarks he turned to mo aud exclaimed briskly: "Now, my dear boy, are you ready?" "Quite ready, doctor." "Madam, I presume, has no objection?" continued the doctor, as he extracted an imposing looking case of instruments from his pocket. "Eh?" said my aunt, settling her spectacles inquisitively. "Only the examination," returned the doctor; "a mere nothing. Now, thon, my boy, off with your shirt, quick!" "Eh?" cried my aunt, jumping up in (TO BE CONTINUED.) t? nt future" New Fall Hoods ! "We have now one of I the largest and finest selections of Furniture and ' Carpets ever on exhibition in the South. 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Rag, Hemp and Quaker Carpets, Matting, Hall and Stair Carpets ; Smyrna and TaItugs pestry. all-wo- Snnday,Aug. 21, 1890 Eait Pound Traini 52 ol ,, 51 Expr's Hxpr's D.illy 6 40 7 3) 7 25 Mali & STATIONS Mall & Dally 110pm 12 65 M Kxpr's Expr's Dally 0 0Tpin Dally 8 (V, 62,piu 74 uu Iv.Un'n 831. 9 1)0 9G! 9 9 9 9 9 10 751 8 0J LADIES YOUR CHANCE FOR 8(10 8 13 8 20 8 2S 8'37 8 45 20 27 37 40 40 (II Kentucky St. West Point Howard Hock Haven I.onn llranch llraiulcnliuri; Mc.ule Springs Kkron Gukton Irvlnirton I)'t..ar 1215 1212pm 11 57ain 1147 1138 1134 850 810 743 8 05 7 35 7 27 7 23 051 1013 10 21 10 28 853 8 69 - I.odiburir Sample Wtbktcr Pierce . 1128 1120 1110 1101 1053 10 43 10 37 10 28 10 23 10 20 10U5 10 00 9 49 9 37 9 28 9 22 717 7 00 7 00 0 51 0 43 0 31 0 28 SHOPPING Louisville the place this month for Furniture, Carpets, in fact everything for house-keepin- g. 915 927 964 9 32 9 43 10 01 10 07 9 07 912 10 37 20 45 M 1061 10 1107 1112 1121 1135 Stcphcnsport Addison Holt Clovcrport Huwestille Petrie Falcon Ciycc I.ewihport Powers Fates Owcnsboro MuttliiKly Shops Sklllnmn 1010 1015 1068 1110 1117 1128 1140 11 1143 1160 11 65 tin 12 02pm 12 21 918 911 8 62 019 014 611 568 6 63 6 41 6 31 6 22 515 611 6 01 4 40 4 33 4 23 4 10 10 3!) 10 47 1235 12 45 8 37 8 27 Send us your name and address, and get a R. R. Write for ticket free. particulars. 1259 107 117 137 55pm 1210im 8 01 Stanley Worthliiiiton 752 Spottsville 7 33 1 40 7 21 Itaakctts 200pm ar.IIcndcrs'u Iv 710tm 813 4 01 360 3 33 3 24 310pm luul realized tho situation) was us as if Bhe liad been a pressing dun or a defaulting washerwoman. Nevertheless my auut turned .up trumps turned up, in fact, what is stylod a "regular fistful.'' Her address and behavior wero tender and even caressing to a degree that I had never expected from her; sho had compassion for my past miseries and sympathy for my present condition; she gently upbraided me for having kept hor so long in ignorance of my misfortunes; she declared that I ought to have some one who belonged to me to look after me; and In short Bhe showed herself in a light so different from that in Which I hod heretofore regarded) her jr I took ehame. unen-thusiast- ic I must'eonfess that I wished my Aunt Johanna at Nice, or oven in some wanner climate, and my welcome of her (when I Baring WitE Wolves. Many a thrilling tale has been told by travelers of a raco with wolves across tho frozon steppes of Itussia. Sometimes only tho picked bones of tho hapless traveler aro found to toll tho talo. In our own country thousands aro engaged raco agninBt tho wolf in a Consumption. Tho host weapons with which to fight tho foo, is Dr. Piercp's Goldon Medical Discovery. This romedy has cured myriads of cases whon all other medicines and doctors had failed. It is tho greatest blood-purifiand restorer of strength known to tho world. For all forms of scrofulous affections (and consumption is ono of them), it ia uneqlialed as a remedy. er bii. BUCK &.C0., 219. 221, 3& nWAjt-riiftiidE- 1 (UIEAt'EST CONSIDERING 4 Atvyaf .siLffir 223, 225, 227, lfV'.WBEST FxlKr LIVER XT ras ,Q'j7S&THE WEST JERFERSON. STREET, ' CHILL CURE. MEDICINE KNOWN WIIJj ALSO QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. Be it kmowm that Richard S. Bandy, Frank Bandy, William Dowcll, Georgo Morris, Byron Johnson, Abram limner, Henry Johnson, Isaac Norton Peyton Shumate, Thoinss Chadoin and John II. Blako havo as. sociated themselves together and became Incorporated under the name, known as the Rochdale Plan of Corporation or Association. 2. It shall havo for Its object to carry on tho business of dealing in anv goods or wares, merchandise or any other goods that the said Association may from time to time deem proper, under the Rockdale plan of business. 3. That is to sell for cash or otherwise as the board of directors may deem proper, at tbe regular retail price of such goods) for the successful and profitable management of Its own affairs and to form all other acts to (bis end. shall havo power to 4. This sue nnd be sued under its name in Breckenrldge County, State of Kentucky, to buy all goods In tho best market at tho lowest price possible, and to sell as cheap t,s possible to keep tbe stock holders safe nt tbe seasonable profit to same, and to have the samo power that any natural person has in equity and law. 5. To mako alt and regulations deemed expedient fur tho management of lis affairs, not to bo Inconsistent with tho laws f Kentucky or to conflict with tho Constitution and laws of the United States, to prescribo terms and conditions how mueh nnd at wha.t time the capital stock may be paid in. 0. Tbe private property of all stock holders shall be exempt from any Incorporated delis of the sold Association, tho Incorporated business shall have twelve directors, a president, secretary and treasurer to be selected from the stock holders. 7. The stock holders shall meet on tho 15th of October, 18U0, for the purpose of electing their officers, and to piy in as much as $1500 of tbe capital stock moro or loss as tho board after sleeted may deem proper 8. No stock holder shall tako less than one share or more than one hundred, and then will only be allowed ono vote, same as the person holding one share of $10.00. the board may from time to time appoint such other oDIccrs or agent as thoy may deem proper, aud throw out or Impeach any officer for mlseonduet, and elect ono In bis place at tho next stated monthly meeting. 9. The said capital stock of corporation shall be Thirty Thousand Dollars In $10.00 shates each, said corporation of business shall be at Garfield, Breckenrldge oounty, Ky., and under the seal of tho Farmers and Laborers Uuion of Kentucky, and shall havo ptrpetual succession and shall be known as, and under tho style and constitution and of the Rochdale plan of corporation. Itbhard S. Bandy, Frank Bandy, William Dowell, George Morris, Byron Johnson, Abram Bruner, Henry Johnson, Isaac Norton, John II. Blake. Peyton Shumate, Thomas Cbadoln. September 17th, 1890. by-laby-la- wsmmmmmmmmmm w x kvv 'ibiin. ?'." BILIOUSNESS, OTJlun DYSPEPSIA. I AMD CHBONIO CONSTIPATION. C. C. MARTIN, 0BU0QI8T. Clovorport, NEXT DOOR BELOW POST OFHCE. Ky. Six yoke of oxen, four mules, from threo to five years old. Three log wagons, log ohalns and dogs and everything necessary for a full logging outfit. All will bo sold at a bargain. Apply to aEORQEHOOK, llardinsburg, Ky For Sale. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, OCTOIJEIt JNO. D.BABBAGE 1, 1800. niti. has lcen Introduced in tho get a little aid from tho town folks, thoy United States Senate, by Mr. Hale, will come out all right. They will givo which provides for the erection In the a concert during Circuit CoiirUnnd evDistrict of Columbia a memorial build- erybody should pntronizp them. A BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, - t - Agent & Corresp'nt I.., St. Ii. AT. Local Time Card. Mail and Express going Express Local Freight " " a.m. a.m. West p.m. East p.m. West East...r.....ll.l0 a.m. -- 10.05 a.m. West 10.05 11.07 5.58 9 27 Kat Get the news to ouu cokkkspondenth. and get all the netcs and From Dana's nothing but the news Celebrated Maxims In Journalism. The Kentucky Hock Gas Company, Louisville, has made an assignment. of II. F. FrtKxen, tlio leader of the Perry county faction, has lcen .released from jail at "Winchester, Ky., on a IkjikI of $10,000. the World's Fair has at last sitk been decided upon in Chicago and the erection of buildings Mill le the next thing in order. A for It is believed in Washington that nil the Democratic members who lost their seats in the present Congress, will 1k returned to them by their constituents. '(! The sale of a number of young horses at the Basing Spring farm Inst week and the fancy prices they brought, is proof that it pnys our farmers to raise fine stock. The HepublicaiiB of the United States Senate consummated another outrage upon the South last week by robbing Mr. Venable, of Virginia, of his seat in that IkxIv and giving it to a negro. party has been formed in styled the People's Party. It is made up of the Farmers' Alliance, A new Indi-nn- It 'IS Cireenbnckers and Union Labor men. They have nominated n candidate for Governor. From the character of business that is coming up in the Constitutional Convention, that Ixxly is likely to be in session much longer than was anticipate' I. It seems that they aro not only trying to reform the Constitution, but they are actually trying to legislate every public question nfi'ecting the great State of Kentucky, out of existence. The most modest and easily pleased member of the Constitutional Convention is Hon. Will Miller, of ltrcckcnridgc county. Until yesterday lie had not offered a single lcsolution and nil he now wants is that Brcckcuridgc county shall have four teims of circuit couit a year. Owcnsboro Messenger. Yes, and if they were all as conscientious in the discharge of their duty to their constituents as is Mr. Miller, the Convention would complete its work in the time allotted to it and adjourn. Evkuy man, woman and child, both North and South of Mason and Dixon's line, ought to read and ponder Mr. Henry Wntterson's IJoston speech, delicred last week. If Ingalls, and Itecd, and Hoar, and Sherman, and Blaine, would each deliver one such speech with such a spirit, so full of good reason, fairness and comprehension of the subjects North and South, it could allay all acrimony and improper feeling between the people of tho North nnd South. "Grapes do not grow on thistles," and such fruit cannot be expected of the fjoMpclers of the bloody shirt. le-twe- k. Hon. Clifton It. llreckenridge, the It was reported hero last week that member of Congress from the Second Miss Lizzie Cashman was called to District of Arkansas, who had his sent the railroad suit had been compromised, New Albany, Ind., to nttend a sick but it turns out to he a mistake. stolen from him recently by a Republican majority in Congress, is n candidate Smith & Buzby are in mourning. cousin. fur from his district again Their favorite old horse, Arthur, was Mrs. Evn Bassctt and son, of Lodiburg, with chances to win. He is opjiosed by found dead in his stall Monday morning. were guests at Mr. C. M. McGlothlan's n Republican, of course, but he has Billy The Grundy Democrats think they last week. Brcckcuridgc, of Kentucky, and Mills, of will carry the county Mr. and Mrs. Philo Hawkins and in tho primary. Texas, in the campaign with him, and They expect tho support of good daughter spent last Sunday at Mr. E. very few people know him. Mr. Monta many the three will make things hot for the Wheelers. gomery, of course, is well known to Crossons. rogues and ballot-boMullein in that C. M. McGlothlan and nephew, tli em nil. Mrs. Mr. Boone Turpin, of Louisville, was section. Quite n number from this plnco attendhere last week buying cattle. He Owen Brashear, were in Cloverj.ort lost ed tlio AVilliams' sale at Irvington last bought about fifty head from parties Wednesday. Hov. Alex. Montgomery has been in near here. The people of this vicinity will be week. Nearly all tho stock sold thero our county several days, looking after pleased to hear thnt Hev. C. E. Moyers was bought by Meado county citizens. Marshal Thompson says he is going to his interest in the race for Congres. Tho heaviest purchaser wns J. F. AVooThe election will come oil" in a few days have order in this town fnyn now on, has been reappointed to this charge. lfolk, who bought sovernl fine horses. Mr. L. W. Argabright has moved to had better nnd it is difficult to make a guess at what and that the Mr. A. AV. Moremen also bought a valuthe country, his blacksmith shop nt the result will be in the primary. The keep an eye on him. present being occupied by AV. B. Black. able animal. There aro a number of The members of the bar have friends of the various candidates are not d peoplo in this county who aro taking inAVo must bo undergoing the autumnal making any great stir out their chances tho memorial meeting upon the terest in fine stock, and aro trying to for success, and the election willgoofl death of James G. Haswell until tho sit- equinox, as tho weather has been quite tlio quality of stock in tho county. ting of the Circuit Court in October. quietly. It is safe to predict, however, disagrcebable, to say the lenst, for several They should bo encouraged in this, for. that Montgomery will carry his usual W. K. Withers and son have opened a days. it would bo valuable to every farmer to strength here, and it is thought he will dry goods store out at Kirk. Thoy Miss Mini Hanks and Master John raise nothing but good stock. have be the winner in the district. also applied for a o there, and Crawford, of Stophcnsport, and Mnck In the report of the population of tho they think they will get it in a short Avitt, of Lodiburg, nre attending Mr. different towns in tho Second census disHon. J. Proctor Knott has introduced time. Cunningham's school. trict given in last week's News, tho popbefore the Constitutional Convention his The L. II. and W. will sell tickets to Misses Minnie lloylo and Muta Hoot ulation of Brandenburg is put at only resolution for reforming the judiciary. the Fall Celebration one fare for tho spent n night recently with Miss Nelia 1(13. This is a very great mistake, ns tho The Convention recognizes the ability of round trip, beginning October 1st and Brashear, who is quite ill at her homo town has fully double that number of Mr. Knott to handle this subject, and goxl returning on any train until Octo- at Preston. inhabitants. In taking tho census, tho his iewsfoi reforming the system are ber 4th. Mrs. C. E. Woods, of Cloverport, nnd town was divided into two districts of quite lengthy and seem to take in the Mr. Tice Miller and Miss Katie Ilruco son Itobcrt E. Woods, of Washington, 1). about equal population, with a different entire subject. The plan submitted by Mr. Knott is for a Supremo Court of will be married this morning at Mt. C, were guests at Mr. I), S. Hichardson's enumerator in each district. The enumrecently. Mr. AVoods went on to his erator in ono of the Brandenburg disfive judges, one to be the Chief Justice, Zion church. The editor of this departand to be appointed by tho Governor, ment congratulates young Mr. Miller in work in Washington while his mother tricts informs mo that in his district alono, he found over 400 inhabitants. the remaining four to be chosen by the securing for a wife one of the most will remain hero for some time. charming girls in ull that country. Our town is small, but wo want H wo people of the State at large. The judges aro entitled to. Chairman Severs has sent tho arc to serve twelve years, and to he for tho Congressional primary, to thereafter ineligible. The Chief Justice Gratifying To All. is to have the power of determining the be held next Saturday', to all the precircuits to be taken by the different Cir- cincts in the county. His desire is that Tho high position attained nnd the cuit Judges. To meet the objection of. the parties holding tlio election requlro universal acceptance and approval of tho ten urged that a Circuit Judge may be a strict compliance with tho instructions pleasant liquid fruit remody Syrup of influenced by friendship or otherwise in given in tho Ho would also Figs, is the most excellent laxativo the district from which he is elected, the liko to hnvo a full vote polled. known, illustrate tho valuo of tho quail-itle- s power is given to the Chief Justice to Tho fanners living on the Louisville on which Its success is based and send him where ho may see proper. road, lotwcon Garfield and Sinking nro nbundnntiy gratifying to tho The Chief Justice shall in August of Urcck, don't want any change inndo in California Fig Syrup Company. each year assign the Circuit Judges to thnt thoroughfare. There isn petition tho districts over which they aro to pre- before the County Court to make some The friends of Mr. J. K. McCracken side. Tho principal objection to Mr. change in tlio public road up there, but Into General Posscngor Agent of tho Knott's resolution seems to bo that of wc understand n mnjoiity of tho jwoplo Louisville, St. Louis & Texas railroad, placing tho power of assigning tho Cir- prefer its remaining as it Is. and they include all who have ever had cuit Judges to tho districla with the business with him, will bo glad to learn Our brass band appeared on tho streets Chief Justice. When tiio jieoplo of n lust week in a now suit of that ho has 'been promoted to General Absolutely Pure. uniform. Tlio district elect a man as their Circuit boyB un sticking right to their Manager of his road, and wish him sucbusiness A cream of tartur baking powder. Judge, they generally prefer him to any nnd hanging on to their music with cess in his now position. Interior Joura Highest of nil in leavening strength. one else. nal. determination to master it. If they can V. S. Government Jlqnrt, Aug. 17, 1880. x iKst-poneim-propost-ofiiejoll-Iwopoll-book- ing which shall bu a substantial monuMr. Charley Bland ford will confer n ment lo tho memory of Ulysses S. favor upon tlio writer of this department Grant. nnd to tho citizens of this county generally if ho will call a meeting of tho Juikik Georgo "V. Williams died at his stockholders of tho New Fnir Company home at OwcnsboJo on Monduy night at nnd proceed to organize for business nnd 11 o'clock. His illness was of several get ready for a fnir next October. Hreckenrldgo county can support a good fair days' duration and his death was not It would be superfluous for company, nnd wo believe her people us to speak at length of Judge AVilliams' will lend their aid in putting tho matter life nnd character. Hreckenrldgo coun- on foot. ty, luring nearly his whole life, was a Bucklen's Arnica Salve. part of tho theater on which he won his Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, fame. Ho was known to almost every bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fover man, woman and child in tho county, chapped hands, chilblains, of the State. Ho was a sores, tetter, and this part corns, and skin eruptions, and positively great lawyer, a distinguished citizen. Piles, or no pay required. It is He had no superiors and but few peers. cures guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or He reflected honoi on his times. Prico 25 cents per money refunded. box For sale by G. W. Short, Clover-por- t, Catarrh Can't be Cured Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, with local applications, as they cannot Ky. reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Spring is n blood or constitutional disease, and The Big Salo at Basing Stock Farm. in order to cure it you hnvo to take Tlio great sale of thoroughbred Btock internal remedies. Hall's Cutnrrh cure is taken internally, and acts directly on and farming implements at tho noted the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Basing Spring stock farm, of which W. Catarrh Cure is no quack medicine. It W. Williams wns proprietor, came off last Wednesday. It was largely attendwas prescribed by one of the best physi cians in this country for years, and is a ed by stockmen and farmers from all tho regular prescription. It is composed of adjoining counties, and was one of tho the best blood purifiers, acting directly most successful sales ever held in tho Everything that was offered on the mucous surfaces. The perfect county. combination of the two ingredients is brought good prices, and nothing seemed what produces such wonderful results in to drag. The hnndsome one nnd colts, by Cuyler nnd Deninnrk, curing calami. !eiul lor testimonials found ready buyers nt from $100 to $223. free. F. J. CIIKNKY & CO., Props., Toledo, Monte Cristo, the only stallion offered, wns knocked down to Mr. Milt. Mjllcr nt (). Sol 1 by druggists, price 7oc. $520. The other two stnllions, Aberdeen nnd Splendor, were not offered. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. Owing to n request from somnny fnimers V. G.IIAIIMAUE Editor in the neighborhood for them to remain on the farm, Mr. Williams concluded to keep them, and they will be for service Ixok out for frost. Mrs. Jane Gardner is visiting in Louis- next year at the sumo place. The sale was most satisfactorily conducted, everyville. thing being sold on its own merit and Mr. J. II. Buzby went to Louisville knocked down to the highest nnd best Monday. bidder. Mr. D. S. Henry, of Irvington, Miss Kosa Miwrenian went to Brand- wns the auctioneer, and what ho don't enburg Monday. know about crying n sale nnd getting nil .Mr. James G. Stephens, of Holt, was a thing is worth, isn't worth while for in the city last Friday. any other man to attempt. Mrs. Melville Eskeridge, of OwcnsNOTES. boro, is visiting in tho city. The two days' sales amounted to over A daily passenger train has been put $(1,000. The crowd was estimated nil the on the L. II. & W. railroad. way from 1,000 to 2,000. Judge AVoolfolk, of Meade, captured Hook Miller it Co.'s new flouring mill nearly all the fine colts ami marcs. was completed last Saturday. Hon. A. It. Montgomery, candidate Mr. T. S. (iruntly, candidate for Confor Congress, was present. gress, was in the city last Saturday. Mrs. AVilliams set a splendid lunch, Dr. J, T. Baker has been making some with plenty of hot coffee, which nil enimprovements on his residence. joyed. Head the advertisement of B. F. There were quite a number of ladies Beard Co. in another column. present. There is to be another wedding right It is one of tho handsomest and best soon out in the east end of the city. improved farms in the county, nnd tho Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bishop have gone to wonder of nil was how Mr. AVilliams housekeeping in Mrs. Vessels' property. could make up his mind to leave it. What has become of the new gas com- Mr. Nevitt, the bachelor farmer who pany ? Why don't they sink that w ell ? succeeds Mr. AVilliams, is one of the best farmers in Meade, and will not let the Mr. Christian Lewis, of New Albany. reputation of the Basin Spring wane. has been visiting his father here during Clover-poBrandenburg, Hardinsburg, the post week. and all the towns along both roads Mr. AI. Shacklett has been visiting were well represented. relatives here and in the country for several days imst. UNION STAR, There was novor such a scarcity of Mr. Crafton Cunningham, of Iouis- green tipples. A few have sold hero at ville was in town last week. 70 cents per bushel. Mr. J. J. Severs is having a new fence Air. A. M. Glasgow and wife, of Clifton Mills, were in the city Sunday, visit built in front of his residence. Mrs. Polly Snider recently fell and ing Judgo Adkisson. hurt her arm seriously but is recovering. Mrs. James G. Hnswell nnd her son Master Owen Brashear.of Midway, Ky Johnnie have qualified as administrators is visiting his aunt, Mrs. C. M. McGloth-lan- . of James G. Ifaswell'ri estate. ld rt -- Mr. 7 II." Gbugli was in Louisville last week. Chns. Babbnge, of Cloverport, wns in town Friday. Miss Winnie Green is visiting relatives in Louisville. Hon. A. AV. Moremen went to Louisville Monday. Mr. E. AV. Jones, of Big Spring, was in town Monday. Our town is anticipating n largo boom In the near future. Hon. J. F. AVoolfolk was nt homo last week from Frankfort. Hov. Judson AVillctt Is carrying on a protracted meeting nt Gnrnettsvillc. Mies Bettio Ditto nttended tho Baptist Association at Otter Creek last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Drury, of Bowley-villvisited Mr. A. Moremen, Sunday. Hey. Jim AVillott preached nn interesting sermon Sunday at tho Baptist church. Mrs; J. AV. Kiehnrdson left Tuesday for Georgia, where sho will spend tho winter. Miss Fannie AVoolfolk is in Louisville this week attending tho Fall Celebration. Miss Minnie Cnsperko has returned homo after a visit to friends in Louisville. Miss MaryMcFarland.of Long Branch, wns tho guest of the Misses AVoolfolk, Sunday. Miss Zuln Malln, after an extended visit to relatives in Vino Grove, has returned home. Miss Agnes Mnlin is at home, her health compelling her to leave school temporarily. Mrs. Dowdy visited Miss Nelia Brash ear last week. Miss Brashear is very low with consumption. Mr. F. W. Cnsperko wns nt homo Sun-dn- y to see his brother George, who hns been quite sick for some time. Miss Georgia Moremen has returned home nftcr nn extended visit to Louisville, Bardstown and other places. "Tho Daily Girl" is very interesting. AVonder how she is on a flirtation? If not, she won't do for this fast day. Horaco T. Kendall, of Henderson, has just returned from Now Mexico, where he is interested in some gold fields. Misses Jennie and Hester AVoolfolk will leave Friday for Owcnsboro to attend the wedding of Miss Carrie Birk. Hon. Thos. Grundy, candidate for Congress, and C. C. McChord, County Attorney of AVnshington county, were in town Mondny. Judge Jnmes Stewart nnd wife, of Owcnsboro, arc in town visiting Mr. J. L. Fnirleigh. They nro on their way to Ashevillo, N. C, which will bo their home. Tho Kentucky Hock Gas Company nro preparing to.put down several additional wells on their territory. Notwithstanding this company is in tho hands of u receiver, tho work will go on as usual. Miss Eula Herr, ono of Meade county's most popular young ladies, was married in Elizabethtown last week to Mr. Graham, n prominent young citizen of Bowling Green. Miss Bona Clnrkson wns one of tho nttendnnts. The annual Conference of the M. E. Church South returned to this place Hov. E. II. Morrison, who has been pastor of tho church here for tho past year. All nro pleased that ho has been ree, fu-tu- rc eioaniiGr - i For the best Clothing for Men, . Boys and GO TO Children t In the front Rank is where wc stand as Clothing dealers. VEST'S We also carry an immense Stock Wc carry a complete line of Clothing' in all . qualities and at Lowest Prices for cash, and wc guarantee that we will not be undersold. of'4 GOODS. M HATS, RUBBER GOODS, UMBRELLAS & FURNISHING COME AND SEE US. ,-- Worth Knowing- - IIuoiius' Tonic Tho old time, reliable remedy for Fever and Ague. Reputation earned by Thirty years success. You can depend upon it. Thy It I Dnua- QI8T8 HAVE IT. SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL FAIR I OPO?HE r LOUISVILLE Daviess County Fair Company WILL BB STET-iX-) Omsko, Ef., .A.T Oct.7. 1890.' Commencing Tuesday Maeket Reports, Corrected Weekly by The H. W. Herndon Co. C1KXERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 144 Third .Street. 3 00 2 50 3 00 2 00 (3) 2 25 1 25 1 00 2 50 VKOKTAnLKS. AND CONTINUING FIVKDAVS. DR. C. H. TODD, President. A. C. TOMPKINS. Vide Pres. Potatoes, new per bbl Onions Deans, bushel Cabbage, per bbl rour.TEY. OPPIOBRS PHIL T. WATKINS, JOHN W. CARTER, Treasurer. Secretary. Hens, pcrdoz Mixed Sprint; Chickens, per dot Live ueese, per ilo Hacks, per doi 1IIDKS 2 2 2 3 2 75 35 00 3 25 2 50 3 25 00 (aMOO 00 (a) 3 00 fl AND FOBS. 7 J. A. Fuqua, G. W. Gates, F. V. Stirman, Eldred Crabtree, Sweeney, M. P. Mattingly, Dr. J. H. Hickman. SPECIAL PREMIUMS : JDIEBOTOIIS : J. J. Hides, 30 to 50 lbs " small Dry Hides, salt Orcen ' 4 6 4K 9 1 Hint Sheep pelts, fleeced WOOL. " BIVA ,.. 40 00 The usual large special premiums are as large as ever, with over One Thousand Dollars added to the premium list. SADDLE $1,900 will be AND HARNESS HORSES. ' Wool, clean Wool, FBonucK. 20 33 (a) 25 35 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 turned. the amphitheatre by bridges which will enable the patrons of the Grand The primary election to bo held Saturday to nominato a candidate for ConStand to be admitted there without tlio discomfort of ascending and Not a National Bank President gress, is exciting very little interest in the steps. The lower story of the Floral Hall Mn. John D. Baihiaoe. Please nay 90x150 feet will this county. A friend of Judgo Rusbe used for exhibiting Machinery, Tobacco and Poultry. MOTIVE sell's was here last week distributing through the News for the information of POWER will be furnished for machinery. The engine used for that somo printed copies of u speech deliv- - all concerned, that Mr. Alex. Montgomcreu uy mm in Taylor county. As Mr. ery Is not now nor never has been tho purpose will oppcrate a large drive well, giving an abundance of for all purposes. Grundy has never been in tho county, President of a National Lank either in fine-wat- 10 Butter, choice, country 15 Batter, medium 10 1 o (a) H interior gg 17 16 (a) reamers prime 4) ( 0 43 25 35 feathers mixed Tallow 4 Beeswax 22 Ginseng 3 00 3 25 May Apple Hout 2 VA Blood root 2 2K u Yellow Root 25 27 a rain and hay. Wheat, Red SS " Longberry 100 Ear Corn, choice per bu 50 52 Oats, Northern white 43 Rye 75 80 1100 tiay 'innotny, caoice per ton...lu uu 7 00 COO Allied Straw, per ton 5 50 5 00 awarded to Saddle and Harness Horses in addition to the liberal premiums for Thoroughbred Fine Draft Horses, Mules, Tacks and Cattle. SPEED RINGS. . . . O T j.m: oevcn running and Ten Trotting Races aggregate I2.200. The novel feature of Fiee Entrance will insure every race to be filled and all to go without any chance at fraud. . TM. . The Grand Stand is enlarged by an addition of 100 feet extending south. The scats and view are arranged for special comfort in this new addition. NEW FLORAL HALL. GRAND STAND. cr Elizabethtown or elsewhere, aa Judgo ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR PREMIUMS. Russell stated in his speech at tins Ho was filace.State Bankfor a timo President of a $100 premium divided $50 o First ; $30 to Second ; $20 to in Elizabethtown withThird, will out salary. This ho resigned tho first he given for best display of Garden and Farm Products shown by one timo ho was a candidote for. Congress. person. A One Hundred Dollar Premium will be given for the handHo is as much opposed to the National Bank system as Judgo Russell, and somest and most attractive display made in Floral Hall of any descripmuch better prepared to help support it. tion ; $50 to First, $30 to Second, $20 to "i ! Third. Bowloyville, Ky., Sopt. 20, 1800. Adults 25c ; Children over 6 years and under 15 years of age election will bo held hero 15c next Saturday for tho purposo of select- Children under 6 years free. All vehicles and and animals free. Ading a Democratic candidate to represent this district in tho next Congress. Dem- mission to Grand Stand 10c. First day Ladies, and Children under 15 ocrats, ono and all, should turn out and years of age free. For further information see large posters and poll a full vote. lists.. Jas. Hambleton, Chairman. A primary pre-miii- Primary Election. I m J. W. Carter, Sec'y. Allen, Tqxhs, Sopt. Another change in business. J. E. Monarch of tho firm of J. E. Monarch A Co. having been elected to the ofllco of County Clerk, has sold out his interest in said firm to Bat Dillon who will conduct tho businca? in con nection with B. F. Beard A Co. under tho stylo of of B. F. Beard, Dillon A Co. at tho old stand of Itobt. A. Smith where will bo found a full and completo lino of STUDEBAKEH, OWENSBORO and BLOUNT WAGONS, OLIVER CHILLEP, BRINLEY, AVERY and MKIKLE BLOWS, BUGGIES of all styles, tho AMES ROAD CARTS, WALTER A. WOODS, HARROWS, DRILLS, nnd a full lino of WAGON MATERIAL and PLOW REPAIRS, in fact everything needed in farm implements, as to prices and quality of goods, wo aro determined to meet any competition. Tho dobts of tlio firm of J. E. Monarch A Co. nro In tlm linmlo of B. F. Beard A Co. Call and settle and savo cost. B. F. Beard Dillon ACo. Cannot Do Without the News. Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Deau Sin: rieaso find enclosed P. 23d, 1890. O Money Qrder for $3.25, which will pay for tho News to Sept. 21st, 1891. I have been In Texas clovon years and find I can't do without tho News. Dn. II. II, CoMiTo.y. LoufsyfZe, Hardinsburg & Western fl. R. P imiwiPiiiifffjfiijiMis(t POWDER Tlio Importance 0! purifying the blood cannot bo overestimated, for without puro blood you cannot enjoy good health. At Uils season nearly every ono needs a good medicine to purity, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and vro ask you to try Hood's Barsaparllla. It strengthens ma band, up tiie system, creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, while It eradicates disease. The peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of the vegetablo remedies used give U Hood's Barsaparllla pecul- - )-I If O Jar curative powers. No otherracdlcinehas such a record of wonderful cures. If you have made-uyour mind to buy Hood's Barsaparllla do not be Induced to take any other Instead. It Is a Tecullar Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence. Hood's Barsaparllla Is sold by all druggists. Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Has. ' iiiimiiniH'i Pool ilia rebuild! No. 5 TIME TABLE. Taking Kffeot at fi.00 o'clock a. m. Sunday September 28, 1890. West llounil Trains East Bound Trains Diuy" Dnllv VMv Bally ex Sun, ex Sun. STATIONS. ex Sun, ex Sun No. 5 No. 1 No. 2 No. Q 8 15am 111 Um L.V Irvington Arl 0 45am I 45pm 912 11 42 wurheld 012 5 67 llftHim 9ai Humeri 852 5 80 IM2 120upm Junction 841 5 21 12 1.1 0 Hardinsburg 837 5 01 1015 1223 Junction 828 4 49 10 43 12 SO Kirk 815 4 21 11(1) 12 47 Jolly 803 4 01 11.13 11VS Olenileanc 7 44 329 11 A8am 120 Itockvnlc 729 3(11 1211pm 1222 1242 . 1 00pm tea II06II Hulli 720 261 Askini 712 240 (lull. B67 200pm Arl'onUvllle I.v n 45n m 218 2 00pm 129 lai 148 FARMERS FREE COLUMN. For Rent, farm, apply or address Jno. Burks, Addison, Ky. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Kttl"t the Md, win p,e- - p ...Vi?,"0 Brown settle. tTl? oUlm, ,J,E: Drown' Y1 I have twelve head of young steers for sale. aenry Harper, Hardinsburg, Ky. 15 or 20 mule colts for sale, th'J n,nde1ed .... uB 100 Doses One Dollar Jm. J. Stephens, Holt, Ky for pyment AH parties luvmieires indebted to the late Dr. ro ured Immediately and ANNIE M. BUOWN, Adm'r J, E. Brawn. Tfc i.iiiiUm u Mfeka iwuiwMHk "f&awsKmi"wi'9mg . H TmmgzTmrzz WVmWWW7HW IAJMA'- . PWJiWfJdKLIJWPW.'PL . JtlsttafcA,-..- . 'VPf'lW toffios and when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta promptly on tho Kidneys, liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually,. dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind over produced, pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects,, prepared only from the moat healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable drugpist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA ON35 ENJOYS Both tho method results FIG SYRUP CO. SAN fRANOISO, CAU LOVISVtUE, KT. HEW rORK, f.r. John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Wm. K. Barnes, Hardinsburg. Attorneys atLaw. v Hardinsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. MURRAY & BARNES, Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, HAHDINSBURQ, KY. JV. 3f0fflcD over Hardinsburg Bank. Attorney at.KY.Law, . OLOVEHPORT, JgTOfuco with D. K. Murray near Post office. R. MILLER, Physician and Surgeon, ttore. Office Dr. J. M. Clayton, werlllcliardMn'a Hardware CLOVERPORT. KY. J. C HUSH, J. II. TAYLOK, W. S. TAYMB. Over Zulauft Jewelry Storo 0WENSB0R0, FreJcrica Street, DENTISTS Office in Fisher's Drug Store J. H. Taylor & Co., KY. Dr. W. B. Paynter, Physician and Surgeon CLOVERROllT, VOTl CONGRESS. KY. We are authorised to announce WM. E. RUSSELL, Of Lebanon, as a candidate for Congress In tba 4th Congressional District. Subject to the Democratic primary Election, Oct. 4th, 1890. We are authorised to announce thli A. B. MONTGOMERY tbta the 4th CongresSubject to the Democratic sional District. primary Election, Oct. 4th, 1890. We are authorised to announce Of Hardin county, at to Congress from a candidate for Mrs. A. C Williams has been appointat Garncttsville, vice ed W. L. Williams resigned. Misses Nannie and Ella Witt arc in Louisville this week attending tho celebration. to attend Mr. E. F. Noltc leaves y He will tho celebration at Louisville. be absent about two weeks. Mr. John W. Couty, of Skillman, was in town yesterday and renowed his subscription to tho News. ltcv. Joseph B. Cottrell, D. D., of Franklin, Ky., will preach at tho M. E. Thursday evening at church, 7 o'clock. Mrs. G. AV. Short, who has been in Franklin visiting friends and relatives for the past two weeks, returned home Saturday, accompanied by her father, Dr. Cottrell. Mr. W. F. Gregory, of Mowequa, 111., is visiting his brothers Messrs. John and George Gregory. Ho reports splendid crops and business flourishing in his part of tho slate,, Capt. Wm. Ileaddy, who has been out at tho Tar Springs for his health, left Monday night for Louisville, his home, Tho Captain very much improved. speaks very highly of tho Springs. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Pierce, of Louisville, have returned from their European .tour, after an absence of about two months. There stay was chiefly in Germany and France, combining business with pleasure, and returning via London and Liverpool. They report a delightful trip. Mrs. W. E. Minor, of Evansville, lnd.r Miss Susie Smith and Miss Flora Blincoe of Lcwi8port, are visiting relatives in this city. A very happy reunion was hold at tho residenco of Hon. D. It. Murray Monday, where many of their relatives met them and spent a most delightful day. Mr. J. A. Boyd, senior proprietor of tho Irvington Holler Mill, had his hand very badly crushed whilo .working with tho machinery last week. The mill has not been running during tho past week on account of this accident. Mr. D. Hamblcton has bought out the saddlery establishment of B. F. and D. S. IMchardson, and will continuo tho business. He has employed a first-clas- s workman, Mr. O. P. Babbago, Sr., and is prepared to do good work as well as all kinds of repairs. Tho Tar Springs is about to cbango hands again. A syndicate of Chicago and Cincinnati capitalists were hero about ton days ago and made an offer of $10,000 for tho property, which offer has been accepted by the present owners. It is their intention, wo understand, to spend $100,000 in improvements and resort. It is a rich conopen an cern and they mean business. Capt. Nat Aid, lately a resident of Tobin8port, Ind., but now of Mowequa, Ills., was in the city Monday. Capt. Ahl says that it is tho finest country ho over saw, but ho has to como back to "Clover" to buy his dry goods. He bought them from tho enterprising firm of Wm. Vest & Sons, and says they sell goods cheaper than any firm in the city. Tho new time table of tho L. II. & W. railway appears in this issue. A regular passenger train has been put on connecting with the regular trains on the Texas. Passengers can now make tho trip from this city to Hardinsburg or any other point on tho road and rctnrn the same day. It is quite a copvenient arrangement to the traveling public. post-mistreto-da. all-ye- ar THOS. S. GRUNDY, The. next Congress- I I i i iTTi'i i i i I mi l i i i man from the . A BIG REWARD I A NUtf THING ON FOOT ! Fourth. His Candidacy Welcomed from all over the District. And Support Assured Him From Every Quarter. Your correspondent had an interview with Senator Thos. S. Grundy, who is n candidate for Congress from to-da- y TIIOS. S. GRUNDY, Of Springfield, as a candidate for Congress In Subject this the 4th Congressional District. to tho action' of the Democratlo party. Breckenridge'News. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1890 LOCAL . BREVITIES. X "- - SS R, Now krout. Sulzer's. Louisville Conference. Col. T. S. Grundy, of Washington Latest stylo fruit. Sulzer's. Mrs. 0. E. "Woods is visiting frionds nt Tho following is a list of appointments county, gives us tho authority to Union Star. Ids candidacy for Congress. Col, of tho ministers to their respestivo It's lit to bo seen our clothing. Sul- charges in tho Elizabethtown and Owcns- Grundy comes bofore tho peoplo as a zer's. staunch Democrat, as a statesman of exboro Districts. 'flioso who like meat rare may meet Elizabethtown District It. W. Brow-.de- perience and as a farmer who has achievrare bargains at Sulzer's. Presiding Eldor. Elizabethtown, J. ed success between tho plow handles, as AVanted. 10,000,000 hoops and poles. L. Edrington ; Hardinsburg, J. C. Petrio; it were. Having served three terms in Apply to Chas. May. Hodgensville, W. C. Hays ; Vino Grove, tho Lower Houso of the Legislature and two terms in tho Stato Senate, Col. GrunIlasto makes waste. Don't hurry to G. F. Cundiff; Brandenburg, E. II. buy till you have scon Sulzer's stock. Big Spring, W. T. Davenport; dy is well fitted for tho position to which Tho largest lino of toilet articles in Long Grove, John Elking; Falls of ho aspires. As a farmer ho has dono town at Owen's drug storo. Rough, Jas. Chandler; Silas Spurrier, moro to advanco tho interests of "soil Miss Nclia Frank and Miss Mary tillers" than any other five farmers in supernumerary ; McDaniels ; L. L. went to tho Koine fair Monday. tho district combined. Ho is a capablo Constantino, A. G. Frazcr; Mr. Jas. Lyddan, of "Webster, is very C. W. Meyers; Louisvillo man and a popular candidate. LaRuo sick with typhoid fever. circuit, L. W. Browder, Wolf Creek Co. Herald. . O. T. Skillman went to Owcnsboro Mission, S. P. Stiles ; Leitchfield, L. M. Wo announce this week tho Hon. Sunday. Russell; Millcrstown Mission, Smith Thomas S. Grundy as a candldato for John Burks, Jr., of Addison, was in Given, Colporteur. Owcnsboro' District J. W. Lawson, Congress in this, tho Fourth Congrestho city Monday. II. M. McCrackcn, of tho L..St. L. & Presiding Eider. Owcnsboro, Little sional district of Kentucky. Mr. Grundy T., was in tho city Monday. Chapel, M. II. Wells ; Owonsloro, Main has represented Washington Co., in tho Call and seo J. "W. Owen your drug- Jtroet, E. E. Gainer ; Owensboro circuit, Legislature threo times and in tho Stato gist, when you arc in need of anything R. A. Cundiff; Yolvingto, W. J. Colo; Senato twice, distinguishing himself as a Senain tho drug lino. Oakford, D. F. Walton; Calhoon, J. S. conservative and ablo legislator. Prescriptions carefully compounded at Crandoll ; Beach Grove Mission, J. W. tor Grundy is one of tho largest farmers and stock raisers in tho district, and his all hours by skillful hands at J. "W. Crowo ; Hartford, E. M. Crowe ; Hawcs-vlllOwen's. J. R. Goodson ; Cloverport, W. C. candidacy has been announced at-- this Mrs. "William Powers, of Louisville, is Brandon; Rockport, W. R. Godboy; lato day in answer to requests' from his Ceralvo, A. O. Genlo ; Lowisport, James farmer and Democratic friends, that he visiting hor daughter, Mrs. Itobort S. McDaniol ; Fordsvillo, J. W. Burton. could not ignore. at Balltown. His appcaranco in the raco has changAnother splendid gas well has been W. A. Black; South Carrollton, S. L. C. Coward; Livcrmorc, W. T. Caahwa; ed the turn of affairs to a very considerstruck on tho territory of tho Soda Ash Democrat, Rosine, C. F. Hartford ;u Rochester, J. D. able extent. As a . Company, at n depth of 000 feet. ho will receive a strong support among Frazcr. Capt. French's Now Sensation was Presiding Elders Henderson District, the politicians of tho party, and as a lifejtcro last night and, as usual, captured a R. F. Hayes ; Princeton District, D. S. long farmer and tho especial friend of good houso and gavo a good show. Campbell ; Russelvillo District, G. II. tho agricultural masses, ho will reccivo Mjss Blancho Frank, of Frank's Land- Hayes; Bowling District, J. A. Lewis; an enthusiastic support from this quaring', is tho guest of Miss Lizzio Saucrs Lebanon District, J, S. Scobeo ; Columbia ter, such as to render his friends conf'this week. ident that ho will bo honored with tho District, P. S. Edwards. Miss Jcnuio Murphy will leave Thursnomination of his yarty. Ohio Co. day for Louisvillo to attend tho Fall CeFarmer. r, Mat-tiso- nj Bali-ma- n Cran-dul- l, o, Mat-tingly, life-lon- tho Fourth Congressional district. Tho Senator was just returning from a visit to tho southern counties of the district where, in answer to your correspondent's question, ho found tho situation very favoring to his candidacy. Tho peoplo of tho district, and especially the farming clement, ho says, nro in a restless and unsatisfied humor. They feel tho weight of tho burdens placed upon them by Federal laws and murmur at tho seeming lack of sympathy for their condition upon the part of their Legislator. This Stato of affairs has given birth to the Farmers' Alliance idea, which is fast becoming a power in Kentucky politics. When questioned as to his position in tho race, the Senator said: "In announcing myself a candidate, I respond to the requests of my Democratic and farmer friends in tho various counties of the district, and I do it conscious of tho disadvantages at which any farmer enters tho lists against trained politicians; yet with a strong faith in tho justice of tho cause of agricultural and business masses, I have entered tho raco with a full realization of tho duties that will confront me, and the. demands that will be mado of mo in case of my nomination and election. y tho agricultural masses, while g they nro tho people, labor under unequal burdens of taxation that are borno by no other members of the business community. Tho tendency of Congressional legislation for tho last quarter of a century has been in favor of the monied classes as against tho agricultural masses. Everything that enters into tho daily consumption of our peoplo is heavily taxed by Federal laws enacted for tho benefit and protection of Eastern capitalists and manufacturers, whilo the price of everything raised upon tho farm for our domestic markets is regulated by the decree of Trusts and Combines that cheat the farmer out of tho just reward of his honest toil, and turns the profits of his labor into the pockets of capitalists grown rich by these means. Armour & Co. control tho meat market, and tho Chicago Combine regulates tho price of our grain. Tho magnitude and injustice of tho schemes havo called into existence tho organization of over threo million of farmers in our States and Territories, who feel compelled to combine against this aggressive encroachment upon their rights as equal citizens of the community. Limited coinage nnd limited circulation has mado money dear, while securities for money are at a premium and agricultural products at a discount. Excessive revenue has been collected, and this surplus has encouraged national extravagance. Tho redress of these wrongs and tho protection of theso rights invoko tho best interests of tho entire country and constitute tho fundaThe Great Benefit mental principles of our form of governWhich people in run down state of ment, and should I bo nominated by tho health derive from Hood's Sarsaparilla, peoplo of my district and elected to repconclusively proves that this medicine resent them in Congress, as a Democrat "makes tho weak strong." It does not and a farmer, it would bo my chief duty act liko a stimulant, imparting fictitious and pleasure to labor for tho repeal of strength, but Hood's Sarsaparilla builds class legislation, and for tho enactment up in a perfectly natural way nil tho of laws that would place our agricultural weakened parts, purifies the blood, and mosses upon an equal footing with the assists to healthy action those important capitalists who havo grown rich at their expense." Springfield News. organs, the kidneys and liver. To-dawealth-producin- Is offered the mnn who can produce a better bargain in a suit of clothes than can be found at our house ; if there is any house in this city that can show u better made, better trimmed or more honest Suit of Clothes, Overcoat or pair of Pants than wc do wo want to know it ; wo havo never heard of such a houso and nover expect ,to. We arc exclusive home manufacturers and claim that our "own make"' is far superior to any other, because the cloth is thoroughly steam shrunk before cutting ; it is cut by our regular custom cutters, mado by our custom tailors and critically ex"Wo guaran-teamined by our foreman, before placing it in stock. tho seams not to rip, the buttons to stay on and to hold in shape. Our stock is very large and includes all sizes for men, boys and children, and nt prices to suit everybody ; and whilo wc do no extravagant advertising nor mako extravagant promises nor attempt to humbug tho people, you can always buy as cheap and cheaper at our house than at any other. These are old facts e It would have tickled Anthens to death, ' "new thing" would. 'this For the Athenian went about in a decollete shoe, tied to his foot with a corset lace, and the new thing on foot is " Xy SULZER'S SHOES. i JULIUS WINTER CO., Nothing decollete about them but the prices, which arc cut very low. These shoes arc remarkable for Quality, Style and Comfort, but their 01d Reliable" Clotliiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS.. LOUISVILLE, KY. I Mot ReiarkaMe Feetore Is PRICE. They arc absolutely the cheapest shoes ever offered. Ppce alone doesn't make a cheap shoe. It requires the combination of low prices and high grade to do it. That's why our shoes are cheap. f Few Things That the Readers of the NEWS Ought to Know. It is a fact that we have the largest and best selected stock of goods for the Fall Trade ever put in Hardinsburg. We do not make this statement in any spirit of boasting but we do so knowing thnt our extensive For the past two weeks, the senior purchases warrant the assertion. member of our firm has been buying goods and and making our stock complete in every department. This has been necessary to meet our demands. For in purchasing for our trade wc are not confined one class or variety of goods. Wc carry several lines, and to fill every department complete and get the kind of goods our customers want, and prices to suit everybody, requires some time and experience. Wc claim to have the experience in buying as General Merchants and defy success. ful competition in any line, quality and prices considered. This Fall wc have the stock, and feel confident that we arc able to furnish more good for less money than any other house in Hardinsburg. Having made our business a study for years, and being fully advised as to the class of goods our trade demands, wc have purchased with a view to pleasing everybody. Wc therefore invite the public to call and make a careful examination of our entire stock, and go through it and satisfy themselves Quick sales and small profits is our motto. as to quality and prices. We believe this is best for both seller and buyer. Times are close, which Our stock consists of necessarily means small maigtns to the dealer. Dry Goods, which embraces Calicos, Ginghams, Wool and Cotton Fa. bricks in endless variety. In this line we wish to call attention to our stock of Ladies Dress Goods, consisting of a number of the Latest and Newest variety. Notions, Clothing for both Men and Boys. Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Canned Goods, Trunks, Valises. Gent's Furnishing Goods. A special line of Gent's Underwear. Gent's over Shirts a specialty. Hardware, Qiiccnswarc, Tinware, Cooking and Heating Stoves, Saddlery and Harness. Fencing Wire. A full stock of Furniture. A big stock of Farming Implements, Wagons, Plows, &c. This line of goods has been put in chaige of Mr. Patrick Dillon, an experienced workman, who runs the Blacksmith shop in connection with it. He will give the farmers bottom prices on all the implements they We carry a full line of Grass Seeds. use on their farms. Fertilizers. yield of wheat in this county was raised by Wm. and Tohn The largest Miller and J. T. Robards, by using fertilizers bought of us. HEB,E Furniture in endless varie- uiler's WE AEE AGAIN UHj1 VtIXrJ ! ftwfti ty. am now back at my old I stand and respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. FURNITURE, Honest Goods. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. JUL. 3Z.nE3iviE-A-nT- - UNDERTAKER, THE TELL CITY PLANING MAFUFACTURERS OF MLLS B. F. BEARD & CO., DOORS, SASH & BLINDS SIDING, CEILING, FLOORING AND MOULDINGS, And everything in the Turning and Scrolling line of work will be dono at this establishment ia the best manner and at the lowest rates. Also dealers in Felt and Bodlne Roofing. HARDINSBURG, KY Old Stand HOUSE. You will find - By's W. W. BROOKS, PHOTOGRAPHER. Ilai removed and nil! be found over F. N DHuy's Jewlery Store, where I will be pleas-eto tee all old and new customers. Alt work in my lino of business will d have Puhids , Cane Mills, Wood Purifying Simple Pumps, Light running Iron Force Pumps terns. STOVES Oi all kinds and Prices. prompt attention. I wll( at any time mnke Views to order. PICTURE FRAMES FOR SALE. N. B. Old Pictures copied and enlarged. Remember the new place of business Is over F. N. D'UUY'S, Jewelry Store, Cloverport, Ky. HAEDWAEE Of Every Description. Solid Truths I aik for your patronage and propose ! to give you in return full value for PUMPS, G ROSS-CU- T SAWS, FLUE TILING, MANTLES Left at my store. Therefore I call your attention to my new and handsome line of Goods consisting of Every Dollar Such as For all kind and depth Wells and Cis- - Thorough Work. $ GRATES, Farm Implements E J. BASSETT, Leitchfield, Ky. ! Of all Kinds. & Son, Agent for Henry Diston Saws. Belting, &c, &c. Iron Roofing for Sale or put on the building. Also you can get anything made in the Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron line. gjtfGuns and Pistols repaired. J. L. MILLEE, CLOVERPORT, KY. g FOB SALE. Eighty-fou- r North-west Empire Drills, Old Hickory Waeons, South Bend Chill Plows, Avery, Mclklo and UraClipperSteel Plows Double Shovels, Shop made Single Shovels, And a full line of Plow and Machlno repairs, Wagon Material, Iron of all kinds, Shingles, Doors, Sash and a full line of Hardware, Lime Salt and Cement, Brlok and Tiling for flues and drainage, Cook and Heating Stoves and Pipe, and a full line cf Tlnwwe. Water Drawers and Pumps. Grass and Clover Seed of all kinds. Trunks, Buggies, Road Carts, Phaetons and Spring Wagons, J. B. Jones' Pure Raw Bone Meel. Cash paid for Country Produce, such as Hides, Feathers, Eggs, .to. My house Is situated on Seminary Street, opposite Public Hall. Everything new and good quality, and selected with the view or leasing all, as I am working for trade my C est endeavors will be to Save Money for all who favor me with their patronage. In hoe js, We Beat the World. J. B. HENSLEY. land, Farmers' Supply House, IlARDtNsiiima, Ky acres, of good Br. lebration. C. C. McChord and Capt. A. J. Gross wore in tho city Saturday working for Thos. Grundy, who is a candldatofor Congress. MB" FOU T,,K ulood, . Baby was atck, we-- gava her Castor!. When alia waS A Child, she cried for Cantoris, Whea aha became Ml, aha clung to Caatorte. VvTwin W When siie bad CWMrea, Malaria, Indlgetuoa aad l take HKOWN'S IRON JUTTHRS. tt cures quickly. For sale by all dealers ill Btedietne. (Jet lite geuutee. Weakness, UUlotWMM. Hon. Thos. S. Grundy, of WashingF. M. C. JOLLY, ton county, is announced as a candidate HARDINSBima. KY. for tho Democratic nomination to ConMr. Grundy is a prominent gress. aha gave tkew CaaterU. fanner, has served in the Stato LegislaPure Bred Berkshire Pigs, all agei. Eligible ture many terms, and will make, If elect- - to registry. For Prices and other Information addrou J. T. IIobabdb, j.tivo. Ho will receive a strong support . Hardinsburg, Ky. lit avimm, iitriouu of Hardinsburg, two and ono half miles. Also, forty acres of good land ono mile and a half from Harninsburg. Both pieces contains a houso. Terms will be Seasonable. For furthor information call on Breckenridge Circuit Court. . Moll. Meadors, Ex'r, PUIntlff "1 For Sale. MeU. Meadors, Heirs, Defendant.) Equity. All persons having claims against the estate or Moll. Meador, deceased, are hereby notified to produce their claims before the undersigned Commissioner properly proven on or before the 20th day of October next. Given under my hand this 18th day of September, 1890 V. Q. BABBAOK, Com. B, C. 0, ts. Notice In An immense stock at Prices way below any of our Competitors. We have them in all styles, sizes and prices for Men, Boys, Women, Girls ' and Misses. It is much easier and more satisfactory to you as well as ourself to tell you about this stock than it is to write about it. Seeing is believing, so if its SHOES you want come to our store and we'll convince you that what we advertise is true. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Cure Indigestion, Biliousness, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Nervousness, and General Debility, Pbysl clan recommend It. All dealers sell tt. Genuine hu trademark and crossed red lines on wrappsc J. A. WITT, ' -- in-iuiu- - - Hg'tgrgKsaSgggffgBg wffTiQHP.Ki rru.,.Hjfc ffm V"'T"' v--r '- eT'ie- - i Breckenridge, News.- - THE FIRST MEETING Of the State Advisory Board Haps Out its Preliminary Work. A I I" The Kentucky Bock Gas Company is in the hands of n receiver. A suit was at llardntoivit. filed against tho company in the United" Okkick ok thk Commissioncii OK Stntes Court yesterday afternoon, and aukicultuiik, iiorticl'ltuiu: mndo the charge tlrat tho company was and Statistics, FltANKKOKT, Kv., Sept. 18, 1890. J insolvent, and asked that a receiver bo Tlio first meeting of the Advisory Tho defendant was comappointed. Board for the promotion of the interests pelled to file an answer admitting tho inof agriculture in tlie State, viwhclilnt solvency. Judge lkirr appointed Mr. State Commissioner AVilsonV ollicc yesDonald McDonald as lOceiver, with a terday nnd this morning. All the ltond of $.100,000. Commissioner 'Wilson, M. A. The plaintifr in the suit is J. B. race, s Scovcll, of the Experimental Station nt Besides tho Kentucky of Virginia. Lexington, Dr. .T. D. Clnrdy, of Chris'Book Gas Company, the Fidelity Trust S-A.SZEtian, T. T. Gardner, of Carlisle, and nnd Safety Vault Company is made a 3: Thos. "W. Scott, of Franklin county, in tho case. The plaintiff's pewere present at tlio meeting. tition is quite lengthy, nnd states in the It was resolved to meet again at beginning that the Hock Gas Company, Bardstown on October 28, 20 and .10, at on November 1, 1888, made and deliv-- . which time and place there will be a ered to the Fidelity Trust Company a meeting of tho members of the Kenprojtcrty in deed of trust by which nil-ittucky Farmers' Institute. The Itoard .TifTit.nii- TTnnlitt nnd Mpniln counties " " "' ' . i with this meeting and arwill was mortgaged to the Trust Company. series of meetings in the differrange a At this time bonds were issued as folent sections of the State, in which all lows: Three hundred bonds of $1,000 those interested in agriculture in the reench; two hundred and fifty of $300 spective sections are invited to each, and two hundred and fifty of $100 each. These were payable at the MerThe programme at BanHown will be chants' National Hank, of Louisville, ns follows: November 1, 1898, and were to bear in1. President's annual address. terest at the rate of six per cent., paya8?"Mention this paper. 2. The cause of the general depreciaThe Hock Gas Comble tion of farm lands in Kentucky. For pany conveyed n mortgage to tho Fidelgeneral discussion. ity Trust Company on all its property wwwwwwwwsMMMrma rKrBBBaraEBBKXgBaBBgrmnrift :. Clovei, its value as a fertiliser and a large number of ninety-nine-yeWin. Cook, of Howling Green. leases of various pieces of property, in A. The best education for farmers' Meade, Hardin and Jefferson counties. children J. II. Stuait.of Hardin county. The petitioner goes on to recite that he 5. Poultry on the farm and their valpurchased ten of the bonds of $1,000 ue Mrs. Stephens, of Indiana. each. On the 1st of May he presented (. The best dwelling house for the the coupons at the Merchants' National farm. For general discission. Bank, but was refused payment. He T. How to make fifty bushels of wheat says he is informed that the Kentucky to the acre John Kichards, Nolin. Hock Gin Company is insolvent and 9mmKmmimmmamKammmsmBmmmaBBmmBmmmmmmmBmmamimmm 8. The merits of the Jersey cow to pay its debts, and not even able ltev. John Utile, Goshen. to pay the money necessary for keeping Cftrtoria 1 Dr. Saml Pltohor'a old, harmlon and qnlok euro for !). The value of corn and how to cultiup the concern. Ho says he is also inInfants' and Children's Complaint. Snperior to Cator Oil vate to be successful in growing it J. (5. formed that money is to be expended in PareKorio or Warootlo Syrup. Children cry for Cattoria. Mtl-H" ' Stephens, Holt. of Mothers dIobb Cantor! aT" the near future for sinking other wells. 10. Why every farmer should raise all Tlio petitioner prays judgment for the C&storln cures Cnllc. Constipation ; " I recommend Cantorla for children's kinds of fruit W. S. Kskew, Cox Creek. amount of the bonds, ami asks that a Sour Stomach, DIarrham, Eructation ; complaints, as superior loany prescription 11. Tho value of commercial fertilizers Gires healthy sleep ; also aids digestion : known t me." II. A. Archer, II. D., proper decree be made and executed for Without narcotic stupefucllou. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.T. Uichard Waters, Jeilerson county. the side of the proceeds among those enTub Cectaur Coxpikt, 77 Murray St., New York. 12. The future outlook for the farmer titled thereto. In closing, the appointDr. J. I). Clardy, Newstead. ment of a receiver was asked for. lit. Truck farming A. 1. Farnsloy. An answer was filed by the Kentucky 14. The cultivation of Hurley tobacco Hock Gas Company, in which it was adGeorge W. Davis, Owenton, Owen mitted that the company is insolvent, county. and it is stated that it is important that l.". The cultivation and outlook for a receiver be appointed. This was done dark tobacco Uufus Furlov, Murrav, by Judge Barr, who named Mr. Donald Ky. McDonald. lit. liaising lambs for early market A Suro Curo for all Dlsonses In Col. It. T. Durrett, a director and one Geo. W. C'ruin, Louisville. of the largest stockholders and bond17. How to increase the yield of staple holders in the company, was seen last crops C. M. Hanna, Croppers. night by a Courier-Journreporter with 15. The nursery business for Kenreference to the appointment of n re tucky S. 15. Merifield, lUoomficld. ceiver. Arising from Impurities of the Blood, and 1SI. The experiment station of A. and "I favor the appointment of a receivfrom Functional Derangements. M. College l'rof. M. A. Scovcll, er," said Col. Durrett, "and am glad the it puts us on a betsuit was brought, as A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAIN 20. The selection of seeds. For genter footing. The finances of the comeral discussion. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. pany are not in a desperate condition. PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. 21. Merits of Holstein-Fresia- n cattle It was just an ordinary scrap of wrap- A bondholder has a perfect right to 22. The draft horse K. 11. Ijmgsford, ping paper, but it saved her life. She bring a suit if his interest is not paid, A. It. Fisher, drogcltt, Clovernort. T. M. Mlmtno, drugs and gen. mdse., Custer. Fairfield. and we aro glad he did so. We had not Ueard A. Heeler, druggitti, Hardinsburg A. It. Morris & Son., general mdse., Dig Spring was in the last stages of consumption, 211. The butter dairy Wm. T. Grant, told by physicians Wm. Hill, general mdse, Uarrett. that she was incurable the money to pay the interest. It has J. V. West, general store, Preston Gibson .t Co.1 general tndse,, Sample Ml'chcll .t Rhodes, goneral tndso., IlhodelU. High Grove. and could live only a short time; she been a struggle for us to arrange to get S. C Frank, general mdse., Mattingly T. A. Millar, goueral mdse., Stephensport. Uesides this, there will be general weighed less S. M. Hennlngcr. general mdse., West Vlotr. than seventy pounds. On gas heic for this winter in large enough h. D. Addison, goLeral indse., Addison Jonas Lyon, diugglst, Custer. A, A. Richardson, general mdye., QarSeld. discussion upon various subjects con- a piece of wrapping paper she rend of quantities to supply the demand. The Mattingly A- Kussel, goneral mdse., Layman. Walker Board, genaral mdse., Holt. nected with agriculture not mentioned Dr. King's New Discovery, and got a supply will go right on and nothing will Moorman L Beeler, general mdse., Ulendeane. L. Ureen, general mdse., Falls of Rough. in the programme. At these meetings sample bottle ; it helped llonleyvllle. H. II. Rrashenr, drugs 1 groeeries, Irvington. her, she bought be affected. In fact, we shall be in bet- W. X. Drury, goneral mdse.,mdse., Webster, Adklsson 1-- Lydan, general W. II. Ricbardron, lirandenburg. agricultural literature will be distributed a largo bottle, it helped her more, bought ter shape than before. It won't hurt W. 12. I'ool A Co., general indse., Constantino. Slmonton Jc Hale, general mdse., I'atesvllle. and even thing done that is possible to our creditors to wait for their interest Bland X Miller, general mdse., Jolly. another and grew better fast, continued stimulate and promote the best methods its use and is now strong, healthy, rosy, until we get on our feet. They will get of farming. It was also agreed at the plump, weighing 140 itottnds. For fuller all that is due them in time, and, in the Several of the nrtists have both foreign Eupopsy, meeting that Thos. V. Scott be particulars send stamp to W. II. Cole, meantime, wo will havo a largely inTliiw h what you might. to have, in nnd American repututious. Adolph requested to correspond with persons Druggist, Fort Smith. Trial Bottles of creased amount of gas on hand. is ono of the most famous confact, yon inunt 'lmvo it, ' to fully enjoy thoroughly informed in the best meth- tliis w onderful Discovery Freo "Wo are supplying moro gas to con- life. at (J. w. ThmiKUiili) are henrching for it ductors in America. Tho chorus is ods of conducting .dairies, and to em- Short's, Cloverpoit, Ky., and J. A. sumers now than we were last winter. daily, and mourning heeauseithoy find it largo nnd composed of nmbitious young ploy some suitable person to deliver lecMore wells are to be put down, and the Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. not. Thousands upon thousands of dol- women and men. The orchestra is comtures in the different sections of the supply this winter will be twice what it lars are Hpent annually by our people in posed of solo instruments from the leadState iijtoii that subject. is now. So far, we have been working GARFIELD. the hope that they may attain this boon. ing orchestras of New York. Thero nre It was agreed also that tho judicious on a slim basis. There hasn't been And yet it may be had by all. AVe forty members in tlio orchestra. Why They Organize. distribution of improved seeds of our enough increase to pay the expenses. This hcnson of grand opera will bo a guarantee that Klectriu Bitters, if taken staple crops was highly important, and The farmers are banding together he- - The consumption of gas is now about treat, ns it is tho most noted engaged according to directions and th6 urc' further agreed that no pains should be cause of the forced necessity for the ac- one million cubic feet per day. As the in, will bring you Good Digctfion ment since tho great Pntti engagement spared in the direction of the bettertion. The laws enacted by the Congress cold weather comes on tho demand will and oust the demon Dyspepsia and , in- nt tho Auditorium last season. ment of our soils and consequent higher of the United States and the Legislatures be ierhaps two million cubic feet per The railroads will give reduced rates. stall iiibtead Kupcpsy. Wo recommend standard of productiveness. of the different States in favor of the day. Five new wells are about to he, or Electric Bitters for Dyspepsia nnd all The great seating capacity of tho AuditoThe boaid having met for the first married classes have compelled the yeohave been, contracted for and will bo rium permits tho management to offer d time, the members were not fully manry of these grand, glorious and completed soon. The work on them diseases of Liver, Stomach and Kidneys. tho following very reasonable prices: Sold ntfiOe. nn(b$l,Oq,per,bottle by, G. as to the work outlined for them, prosperous commonwealths to unite for will be pushed, The pipe line is large 4W. Kj-.nnd .Lr A. ft) cents, $1, $1.50, according to location. Short, 'loventor but at their next meeting will more against united and con- enough to carry tho gas for years to Any one desiring seats should nddrehs Witt, Ilaidlnsburg, Ky. thoroughly formulate what they con- solidated bauds of legalized pirates who come. When the new wells aro comJames B. Camp, Business Manager, P. ceive to be the best interest of agricul- sweep the lands of the hard earnings of pleted we will havo ten wells. The supO. Box 0.1, and tickets will bo returned turists in the State as designed in the tlio.se who labor in the field and shop. ply from them will bo available by tho The Emma Juch Grand English Op by registered mail. Scats aro now on benpassage of the law enacted for their era Uompany 01 lou jfeopie to And so when the day's labor is done and time cold weather sets in. sale. efit last session of the Legislature. Appear In Louisville at the his scanty meal enU'ii with perspiration "The Kentucky Hock Gas Company is of fanners and iho&o on his brow and a damp, dusty shirt covThe Auditorium. Gov. Knott and Judge Hines on the comitosed of pioneers who started the interested in agriculture, etc., is desired ering his form, he plods away to tho Judiciary. gas question at the outset. We don't Mr. J. Charles Davis, representing tlio by the Hoard at all times. The Hoard liumitle scnooi-noiis- o lo meet ins co object to n receiver, but rather favor it, Emma Juch Grand English Opera ComKnott, when asked his views adjourned to meet at ltaidstown as workers to devise plans and ways for as we think it is tho best way out of our pany, has made arrangements for the on tho judiciary, Bitid: '! nm in favor Muted. continuing his hold on his homo awhile difficulties. The company will bo man- appearance of this company nt the Audi- of tho abolition of tho Superior Court longer, praying the providence of kind aged a great deal better. All the direc- torium, October llith, 14th and 15th, nnd of Iinving tho court of highest jurisBefore and After Using. heaven that the tut ll in this straightened tors aro in favor of a receiver and think when there will bo grand productions of diction composed of ono Chief Justice At one time I had awful Sores and lane may not continue longer, but that it is for tho best. In tho selection tho Lohengrin, ltigoletto nnd L'Africaine, nnd four sido Judges. I think that five Pimples on my face, and after using two turning corner will soon come. Court could not havo picked a better given on n grand scale, with magnificent cnpablo and efficient men could take bottles of S. S. S. I was cured, and now the Brace up, laboreis and farmers, and man. Mr. McDonald has been our su- scenery. This should bo good news to enro of nil tho business. I believe have a nice, smooth complexion. it cast from your arms tlio burning chains perintendent for some time, and is per- nil lovers of grand opera. Tho brilliant would bo best to elect tho judges from J vmkm L. Hoyi.k, Atlanta, Ga. that have bound you to party instead of fectly familiar witii the details of our achievements of this famous singer in tho Stnto nt lnrgo." Ho nlso favors a My Life a Burden. your own homes. Trample those whom business. tlio realm of English opera, is n matter moro uniform system of lower courts,' I iv as afllicted from infancy with Ca you have trusted to enact laws for your "At present some !00 consumers aro of the most recent musical history. but would prefer to enlargo tho number tarrh and with eruptions on my face for good, but who have proved to bo tho using Our gas. It is confined to resi- Tlioro is probably no singer of thojpres- - of circuit courts to increasing the juristen years. I was attended by the very boldest traitors to your cause, beneath dences, with the exception of that sup- cut day that has acquired tho place in diction of tho county courts. So far as best physicians, and tried a number of your blistered, burning feet us you plied tho Courier-Journnnd two or tho hearts Of Hho'public that Miss Juch tho election of tlio judges from tho State blood purifiers, without permanent re- would the most poisonous viper of tho three factories. Tho former uses tho has by her iincqualcd impersonations. at lnrge is concerned, ho is in accord lief. The mineral ingredients settled in jungle. Bo men for your own interest equivalent of 100 residences, nnd tho fac- Her voice is of unusual sweetness and with Judgo (lines, who is nt tho head of my bones, and caused Hheumatic and that of your families, nnd as sure as tories equal to fifty or so families. Wo strength,, nnd her repertory gives ample tho on judiclnry nnd trouble. My life was n burden tome, there is a sun in tho heavens, the brightonly employ about fifteen men, as thero scopo for her wonderful vocal abilities. Court of Appeals. Judgo Hines, how-ove- r, and iny case was declared incurable, est laurels will crown your efforts. Bo is hut little work to be done. There is Mmo, Von?Junu8chos1yf who has been is said to favor a court composed of when I saw S. S. S. advertised. F.ight men be not cattle. Fanners' Signal. a growing demand for tlio use of natural leading jmma Sonna with the Duff Com- soven judges, ono to bo tho Chief JusI feel like bottles cured me entirely, and g gas for illuminating purposes. It is pany, will nlternato with Miss Juch. tice, who shall divide his tiino between No use of experimenting further when n new person. used successfully at a cost of h Carlottn Manondn 1ms been associated tho two sections, into which ho proposes "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure" is guaranJosik Owkxs, Montpelier, Ohio. whnt electricity is worth." the pnst three Bcasons with tho Boston-ian- tlio court should bo divided for tho hearTreatise on Wood and Skin Diseases teed to cure Chills nnd Fuvcr, and is de"Who nre tho principal bondholders?" and is ono of tho lending soprani. ing of cases. by G. W. Short. mailed free. lightful to tnko.-S- old was asked. Miss Machinal, the contralto, is regarded Thk Shut Atlanta, Ga. Quinine racks tho nerves, "C. 0. O. "Nino-tenth- s A I'ropcr llVveiif. of tlio bonds aro held as tho successor of Annie Louise Cary, No lleiU Gurloy A man called mo a dudu to- hero i,u Louisville. I own a largo nnd will ho pleasantly remembered from Certain Chill Curo" racks Malaria and day, but I promptly vvescnted tho insult, amount, and other owners aro Messrs. her association with the American nnd Chills. No cure, no payt Sold byG. "la your father in?" "No; ho la in tho country.'' Dolly How? W. II. Dillingham, H. A. Uobinson, National Opera. Companies. Payne V?. Short "Ah! gone away for a rest I suppose?" Gurley I looked at 1dm weal angwy. Charles II. Johnson, James A. Carter, Clnrko and Charles Ilcdmont aro tho Epoch. "No; ho bus gone away on a vocation." In Either Case, John B. Custloman, J. II. Limlenbcrger, tenors, nnd among the leading English Boston Courier. Doshnway Your tailor says yon have A Ileatonable Suggestion. Nick Finzer, 1'. Meguiar, Daniel W. singers. Tho largo company of artists paid your bill. Lot me congratulate "Why, do they publish bo many dialect Wood, Henry S. Barker, Maxwell S. have been carefully selected from Amer- you. Tlio water barometer in 8t. Jacques' tower, Paris, has a glass tube over forty-on- e stories in, the magazines?" Trovers I had to. He brought suit "Because it saves tho proof reader the Barker, JohnE. Greenland a 'number ica and Europe, with tho object of securfeet lone and about Dasbaway Then let me sympathize of others. Tho total ambunt of our ing to tho public tho foremost English of as inch in diameter the largest yet troublo of correcting the spelling." bonds Is $500,000. Courier-Journa- l. exponents nl tlio roles to bo interpreted. with you'. Clothier and Turnliher. Puck. made. self-interemem-herslsvi!- Joint Mooklon of ilia Itoard mid tlio Kentucky rnrmem Iiisll-tut- o to bo Held October 88 God Bless the Circuit Hider. Confcrcticoof thoJ , Tho ..Louisville Metliodist Episcopal Church South coiw eluded its annual session yesterday nt Howling Green, with tho announcement by the Hishoji of the npitointincnts for the next twelve months. Ho lie saint or sinner, infidel or believer, thero is something in this idea of itinerancy, something in the noble mission of the circuit rider, that appals strongly to tho admiration and to that other clement in the heart of every man called sentiment. The very abandonthe utter ment of self and resignation of the future of himself and his family to the Muster's will as interpreted through the Bishop anil his cabinet, appeals to us in the sublimity of its simple faith, liowovcrvbliml ,ve mny7 in the Hordidnessoi'our'ivorldfy wisdom, pronounce that faith to Ik1. That there weie hearts hurt by sore disappointment; Iiocb held in fond though, mayhap, unconscious anticipation dashed ; desires, acknowledged or unacknowledged, unrealized humanity cannot doubt. Yet it is a rare exception if there was repining. With a strength born of a consecration to the belief in the divine call, these faithful followers of the meek and lowly Xazarinc, guided by their Captain Wesley, put from their hearts all save the devotion that bends to the supreme will, and gathering their small belongings depart with their dependent families, if it be bo ordered, to new and often far away fields and strange surroundings. And if the sacrifice of self and in tho man appeal so strongly to human sympathy, what tribute of tlifj heart is too much to lay at the feet of the noble women who, sharing this renunciation of a fixed abiding place, or a choice of location, resigns hope for all time of the fulfillment of that dearest of desire cherished in every mother's heart, a home to which her children will look back as tho years bear them ever onward from the beetles of their rearing. These be trials incidental to the itineracy, but they tell not the half of the story of friendships; formed ami friendship sundered; happy home circles broken to be patched together among strangers: the breaking of ties and the welding of other ties to be in their turn dissolved ; inayhaps a little grave here to be left in all its loneliness; a change from those who have learned to condone their faults and comfort their sorrows, to the necessity of establishing themselves against the cold criticism of strangers, who coolly weigh them in the balance, and usually, for a time at least, find them wanting. Hut we do not conceive it to bo our mission to revolutionize the system of spreading the gospel as practiced by our Methodist brothers, norto institute comparison with that held bv other.deuomi-nationThey aro happy in their lives by reason of the thought of the life to come. If theirs be sacrifices that make the soul ofttimes sick, theiis is the hope that makes it well again. God bless the circuit rider. Louisville Times. self-intere- st s. RECEIVEE IN CHABGE. The Book Gas Company Taken in 1 T L :I' i nana1 oy we i..l. xeaerai 'Couri -k V Tli Illrrclnm Till ilk tlm Slrp the llrwt Till iir- Poctlblr Tim Sup. plr lo be Devclopnl. rt 1890 a a n FRANK S.CQPK, -- : :- GROVE'S 1 m i f n,Xi " - a u ft - . z ' v - fpMiil l!rWi -- 0mK Tasteless chill tyrup. cure. Tonic It ii at pleasant to the taste as lemon The imalloit infant will take it and never know It ii medicine. Children cry lor it. Never falls to Chills onoe broken will not return. ro,7?.u.on,y half th0 PrIee of other Chill Tonics. No quinine needed. Jfo pnriratlvo noeded. Contains no poison. Cheaper than i VJ1 LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES, DOOHS, It purifies the blood and removes all malarial poison from the system. It is as large as any dollar tonio an qninine. ... :MtfWBrtLWARRANTED RETAILS FOR B0 CENTS. Coaaiuritti, Mm., Dw. 1J, IMS. ItgMciRt Co.. 1'aili, Tcan.i Plrftw kftid nt thrrt doit n f roar drove'! Tutf let! Chill Tole I wm leud with th lot from Tea Uil iamnwr. Th ropl detUHIed with II. 1 oar Chill Tonlo to mn chlMnn ho ! rrt piU tnl iwuthj tid tniiclurd, biUnf hadchronle ottlll for monthi oat, one or then for a reir, aaS , Halo itirn wwk, aftrr hrflnalaf llh 1l Chill TooU Must vert halo and hearlr. alth red aad roar charat naotadllkaacliarni. PAMt Mr. &c BLI1TDS & W. BTIKSON, M. lOK P. BA.L1S UY U&--. s - i' :;Jiii, MAIN BET., 15th Estimates promptly made. e iF'IS.ra.EIIES, CLOVERPORT, KY. 16th STS., CL0VERP0BT, F. N. D'HUY, KY. - J 4 - - - - Branch House, HARDINSBURG, KY. Jewelry Department. ITCHES, CLOCKS UNO LOUISVILLE, KY. What is Grocery Department. STAPLE UNO FANCY JEWELRY, GROCERIES, Musical Morcliandiso semi-annuall- and Sowing Machines. Provisions, Confections, REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Fruits of all Kinds, Etc. L. D ADDISON'S ADDISON, KY. Is tho place to buy SEWINO MACHINE for less money than any other place In the country The inncbh'cs I sell aro equal to any that agents-chargfrom $35 to $50 for: I guarantee them to bo what I say or no trade. Agents will sny the machine Is no account, because tho largo difference In our prices, but I figure on this as on everything I handle, cut it as low ns it can be cut. "My Motto" quick talcs nnd small profit. Two drawer drnplef Singer Sowing Machines low arm, with all attachments. $10,50 Flvo drawor dropleaf Singer Sewing Machines, high arm, with all attachments $19.50 Send mo a check or tho money by register letter, and I will ship you a machine to any part of the country. llcspectfully, L. 1). ADDISON, Addison, Ky. e CASTQRIA DR. ELLBOTT'S un-.ab- on asfiUEaasJitt iE?AffB KQrSjassMiwA GEO. W. SWEARINGEN, PRES. BjlBr A SwrEL I Medicated Food, UNION NATIONAL BANK Sts., CAPITAL $500,000. Isaac W. W. P. FREDERICK. CASH Cor. Sixth and Main LOUISVILLE, KY Wm' DIRECTORS SURPLUS $12,500. John G. Roach, B. W Wood, Fred ,Iortr. John Doerhoefer, James P. Curd, Henry irocknun. Paya Intereat on Time Deposits. Negotiates Purchase nd Sale ol Bonis. Solicits your Uusina n;h?i1ik'wWwTnGrn, 6i Drummond, HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Single Strap Track HARNESS. Price, $17. -- ff-jg-r'" IhC VEKY BEST. The Leather, Workmanship and Finish are ol m SAVE MONEY BY BUYING DIRECT. Vi'e can sell you FOB SALE BIT Harness at from S6.00 up. Road Carts from $9.50 up. t' sssv A I LP L lwBSSSSSa Hylvl if e w 8END FOR OATALOOUE. ACME MANUFAOTUBING 00. 4VL&i. INDIANAPOLIS, INO. I J - -i- -Jr Abl . S iskJssssftsWssssssssAsssa. r KZJ y il' ""l r flrVkV iL-S- 7K aI V " iV o pcr-piste- AafF.y ) MmmmBBf& x nEyiL&2F gv v-v-- - EvfylSVJLLE, IND. 3!f pic-pare- 3 ;; Fff -i- V Ex-Go- al bo-in- one-sixt- s, "Good morning, Chnrlio. What is the nows?" "Why I havon't you hoard that tho HamUton-Brow- ir Shoo Co. havo got out a Four Dollar Shoo that boats overythintr they havo dono yot?" tj three-quarte- rs -- Yes, I have seen them, they are for sale at SULZER'S, Cloverport, Ky. TRY A PAIR AND BE HAPPY. mkmjn , ..