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TRAININU BOYS' Tradesman, till) newspaper circulates lit the homes AT people buying the kind of good, ynu may havo to sell. Monti Invite thjm to jour .tore. VOL. XV. mNDS. FOR NO'. .29. We f hell corn. We run it through two cleaners. Wfi errind EXPERIMENT OF THE SOCIETY CULTURE. ETHICAL it on Kolls. XXT "D.l4- nnA - I Pint. I Felix Aillor'n I'Ihii of Tpiirhlnt; Children to Tlilnk, OliHere unci Clearly IJxpren Tlieiimelve. A Unlquo Sthniil anil Itn , Mi tlimlK of liiMtriictliui. if y the meal all for One-six- th Toll. feed for 1: We sli ell and chop it" for One-eighthT- oll. Did you ever hear better ? Thursday and Saturday of each week are our days for custom work on corn. If you of a mill doing want the from your own corn or feed ground, come on these days. meal The workingmun's ficliool Is especially intended to servo tin? needs of the children of the M)or. Little ones from the tenement house district tiro admitted to Itn free kindergarten tit !1 years of age. They go from the kindergarten ut 0 into the school proper, which carries ont Fmebel's creative method on n higher plane ttnd with n greater minuteness of detail. The pupils continue in tho school nntil their fonrteenth year. Tlwreafter the instruction is to be continued in a series of evening classes. Felix Adler, the earnest ethical preacher, is its originator The school is carried on in nqcord-iinc- e with the principles which form the basis of his philosophy, which tenches its followers "to do right for right's sake" without expecting n reward. The school building is so spacious, well lighted and cheerful, and tho teaching ho intelligent, progressive and interesting thnt the children of tho rich might envy the advantages offered to tho offspring of the poor. Hero is p glimpse of the way they teach: Tho room happened) into is the one in which natural history is taught. Perhaps it is the big windows und high ceilings that havo much to do with the brightness of tho room, or it may be tho cheerful faces of the forty busy children that gives the place nil exceedingly attractive air. Each child has u wasp on his desk besides his pencil and notebook. All are alertly attentive and actively interested. The subject under discussion is the paper making wasp, and each eager youngster is trying to find out as much nsjever he can from actual investigation, , The teacher is firing their enthusiasm by adroit questions that provoke inquiry and stimulate curiosity. METHOD I We us. exchange every day. Come and see IRVINGTON, KY. If You Have CONSUMPTION COUGH OR COLD X BRONCHITIS Throat Affsctlon Wasting of Flesh SCROFULA J'ou-rr- art ,Inflamed, Or any VUeme tchre the Throat and Zungi Lack of Strength or JCerv you can b relieved and Cured by SCOTT'S EMULSION PURE COD LIVER OIL Atkfor Beott't EmuUlon. and let planation or tolleltatlon induce aeoept OP WltH Hypophosphltes. PALATABLE AS MILK. no exyou ( a tuhetltute. f Sold by all Druggists. SOOTT A BOWKE.Chemlats, N.Y. He nirehHirged head of a wusp on the blackboard. Ho has told theUtebutio such n .wisely suggestive way that they think thoy have found it out themselves that "the paper making wasp has three simple eyes and one compound eye, aiiA that in tho com- .pound eye tire 8.000 little ,.microscopic i rm. a i i! eyes. i tie icacner biij-- as ne uismsses, the subject of the wasp's eyes, "Perhaps next lesson you mnv find out what' the wasp dofe vrttii its simple laiid compound eyes." The class looked as if they were sure they would. 'Now," he continued, "wb have learned certain things about this wasp this morning, let ns write about it. What shall we name the story'r" he queried. "The Story of the Paper'Making Wnsp,r piped out a small boy in answer. The title was thus written on the blackboard and in the notebooks. "Who has anything to say about it?" was tho next Everybody ovidently from question. the number of hands eagerly upraised. One boy was asked what ho had to say,v He responded with alacrity, "It's body ain't so very long." "That does not count for anything," answered ,the teacher with quick directness. "Can't yon measurer The boy was intelligent enough to understand how vague and meaningless his answer was; so were his classmates who were aching to tell; but the first boy measured his wasp, and gave an accurate and clearly expressed answer. By dint of livoly, keenly discriminating questioning a story was written nbont the wnsp, which read as follows: 'The paper making wasp is about one-hal- f an inch in length. Its body is made up of rings. Tho wasp has three divisions to its body tho head, thorax and abdomen. The wasp has a small joint which keeps the thorax and abdomen together. Its body is full of hair." AIM OP THE POUNDER. As many of r tenement house districts they havo had no opportunity lo get impressions of nature, and are unfamiliar with many simple thing? that n country bred child imbibes with his breath. This need has been provided for. In tho picturesque Uttip vjjtyge'ql ghermun, in Pennsylvania. proiisioiis(hvo. been made for a vaoation'-Oolop-y for, tho school. Thithor almost aiJ the pupils go in charge of the principal, unil s'pendihoimraermonths the hills, gainhi the ooilahjjd-irfiimr-g Cures Coughs, Colds, storing away' 1 ing Iientthtwliilfcth8y-nr6- " W Bronchitis, Croup, kuowleclge- - to be used in their winter Asthma, 14 Whooping studies. t Incipient The founder of tho school has formuConsumption, andro- Er I B lated u series of workshop .lessons, based IV W lievos Consumption oti mechanical and free hand drawing. persons. Prlco25cts. At nil druggists. His aim is to educato tho mind first that It may direct tho hand alight. For inI I. Ingnsitatr Jnlm It it fCT." I.imkIi In rujr stance, a pupil receives a model of a cone l .ul nnk f.r I. i.dr, riM i r n I lunl.. r. RiwIi.lMit w. ran front which ho takes measurements and in 'mllf iy ul I.I.IJT Urn. fi.il uiwi.ttomfil. ..you fro tun tli.tlnrt, workiilg drawitn ii.iiimii... I apt. m any .n of then makes a completo Imrrli. tuui.uconiuiriiro.t butucrir. ing. He then goes to tho workshop with Ihj .11 juuf tlm. r i.rt niomrnu onlvto Hi. ww k AHUtt.w (rtl lay btltKfor his drawing, and with tools and proper cvtrr vii rkr1 M. at.rt yew. furnUhhiff A8II V, HI'LtlllLY l.anwl. f rrytlilnr material turns in his lathe n cone accord1'AIITILL'LAIIA HIKF. Addraa. at curt 10., 1MUTL1M), JUIMV blUbO ing to his drawing, which is a copy of the original model in tho drawing room. This plan it is proposed to pnrsuo o to tho ngo and nbility of tho pupil, from the simplest construction of a triangle to tho construction of a steam engine. From the workshop wnero mechanical drawing is tho basis tho children go Biliousness, Sick Headache, ConstI To euro into tho school atelier, whoro froo hand patlon, Malaria, Uvor Complaints, take, drawing cultivates tho sense of harmony the safe ami certain remedy, nnd beiluty. Littlo children of 0 and 8 SMITH'S model simple forms of leaves, scrolls and vnrious architectural forms in clay. Thoy are led upward from a simple modeling of a square to tho intricate work of tho features of tho human face. Vne lUo SMAIA Slate (401ittloBennstotho It is hoped that this process will awaken liottlOl. TllBt- ABB Tlltt MOST COSVBSIBKT. tor- - nil Sultnblo Blue, anc. per Bottle. tho art instincts of tho masses. America V rlcu of either can produco no great artists, architects or sculptors until tho wholn people havo pa) Li 1 W V 1 11 U MalM f.r el.. c.'lr. or t LotKC tho true nrt fooling. J,r.SiyITnACO.ir.t-'BaEiii-Ar.3.'ST.tOl!IIn nil probability thero is not another isa.'acaiKi school like this ono in the United States, and it awakens tho keenest interest in A.VEAKI I muleti.W to tl.flr its friends nnd sympathizers, who won-dtIH.h an. fa rtv Intrl !tf III I. ri II .1 rlllirr T.MV, .IIT,P.I WHO .H ir.U "MM what the outcomo of tho experiment wvth luJailrloutl I..., lutlructlon.villt Tb.....4 lllrd . ..m lire. will hn Now York Times. liri-t.ib.j ll. I villi .1.0 fumlih la iltmipilil., bli li J" .n rro 11. mount Ih. .llu.U or .uii.loylMHilt tUi'T. Ij.lly.u.l qulcklr Nmiiuu.r Rir Mi. wnl.M but on. vmrk.r from ..tbtll.lrlil ircwunf I li.rul.! Jlr. h. .Iri.dr uubl .J or.rivlJlIHMIwltUt.slu,.l... u.rnli.l!.um Cro ip,nnd Whooping Cough in chil..rb ll N nuuiWr. b .r. m.klul nl MtI.II, Vullh.rllll'Ki:i:. AUJrr.i out., dren speedily rolioved and cured by "C. , Aiian.lH. ilulne. ;. C. ALIXN, IIok 0. 0. Certain Cough Curo." "Warranted. v Notice the label en your paper autt Fold by J. W. Owen. U vom Mhsb expiree this month. b; BULL'S facilitates Teething arDV CVD1ID regulates thouowew-A- iofo- Ul 3M1IUI all druggists. Price & i t)o pupils come from the f'fil If Oough'vUULin CV I Dill ' C DULL) P tr 1 l ill BILE BEANS Abi 1 r rr tr $3000 100 Tho follow ingstory which is attracting wide attention from tho press is so remarkable thnt we catmot excuso ourselves if wo do not lay it before our readers, entire. To Hit Editor llochaler (A'. '.) Democrat : Sin. On tho first day of June, 1881, I lay nt my residenco in thiscity surround, cd by my friends nnd waiting for death. Heaven only knows the agony I then endured, for Words can never describo it. And yet, if a few years previous any one had told me that I was to bo brought so low, and by so terrible a disease, 1 should have scoffed nt tho idea. I had always been uncommonly strong and healthy, and weighed over 200 pounds and hardly knew, in niy'ownexpewence, what pain or sickness were. Very many people who will rend this statement realize nt times that they arc unusually tired and cannot account for it. They feel dull pains in various parts of tho body and do not understand why. Or they are exceedingly hungry ono day and entirely without appetite tho next. This was just the way I felt when tho relentless malady which had fastened itself upon me first began. Still I thought nothing-oit j thnt probably I had taken a cold which' would soon pass away. Shortly after this I noticed a heavy, and nt times neuralgic, pain in one side of my head, but as it would come ono day nnd be gone the next, I paid littlo attention to it. Then my stomach would get out of order and my food often failed to digest, causing at times great inconvenience. Yet, oven as a physician, I did not think that thcbo things meant anything i Times.- serious. 'I fancied I was suffering from The first nccession to the terms of the malaria and doctored myself accordingTho people at the World's Dispdnsary reciprocity addendum of tho tariff law ly. But I got no better. I next noticed of Buflulo, , Y., havo a stock-takin- g a peculiar color and odor about tho fluids has just been announced. The Federal time onco a'car, and what do you think I was Government of the United States of Brapassing -they do ? Count the number of- bottles, quantities ono also thnt thoro were largo zil lias agreed upon terms of reciprocity day and very littlo the that've bccii.rqttirncd by tho moti nnd next', and with tho Federal Government of the thnt n persistent froth and Gofd-o- n women whq,Kiy that Dr. Pierce's United States of America, and the Bcum appeared on the surface, and a Mejjical . Discovery or Dr. Pi'erco'H, this agreement are tho subject of sediment settled. And yet I did not Fdvqrite. Proscription didn't do what a proclamation just issued from the realize my danger, for, indeed, seeing thoy said it would do. is the first fruit of theso symptoms continually, 1 finally be- White House. This Apd how many do, you think' thoy, of legislation in tho direccame accustomed to them, nnd my "sus- the first bit jiavo tp count? One in ten ? Not ono picion was wholly disarmed by the fact tion of free trade wliich has been forced adi;fl'o.hunired ! that I had no pain in tho affected organs from the Republican Congress and jlcro, nri; two leinedies-ro- ne tho or ministration by the growing tariff reform in their vicinity. "Why I should havo "GpldpiMgdical Discovery," forrcgulat-ingan- d been so blind sentiment brought about by the persistI cannot understand. Jnyigprating thodivcr nnd purify- ent effoits and bravo championship of I consulted tho ,ing tho other, tho hope of tho land. I .visitedbest medical skill in Democracy. nil tho famed ininer-a- l weakly womanhood; they've 'bcen hold springj in America and traveled from A Graduate of Medicine. for years, sold by the million bottles; Maine to California. Still I grew worse. sold under a.pqsitLvo guarantee, nnd not Being a graduate of a Medical College, Np two physcians agreed as to my maln-ione in fiVo hundred can say : "It was not- prejudiced ngninst nil OnVsaid I was troubled with spinal I am or " And is there mo tho medicino-fsecret proprietary medicines, but I nm 1rritati6n f another, dyspepsia ; another, any reason why you should be the ono J to say, after being cured of a disease another, general debility; compelled And supposing you nre, what do you Jieart violent case of Inflammatory Rheumaanother, congestion of tho baso of tho lose? "Ab'sblutcfy nothing! J,s' brain ; and so on through a long libt of tism, that S. S. S. is the remedy for that I took S. S. S. after everything common diseases, the symptoms of many disease. l Early Tttlnktrcl SIiomh'' elso had failed. I had all sorts of treattff which I really Imd.'In this way SeverIt wits in tluvearly fifties that .minstrel", ment witii tho best physicians. Had occame so- ,popuiarin ino al years passed; during wliich tinio I was the Turkish bath treatment; went to snows nrsf Sfntes, and iii "1857, Jack 'Raynorw ho r steadily growing worse. My condition Hot Springs, Ark., ; Jacksonville, Pin., ; dsed to bo 'middleihaii nndr,bas3''singer 'had really beconlo pitiable. The slight for E. P. Christie when hhrtroupo symptoms l Had at first experienced Colorado Springs, and to California ; but no relief. Then I started homo, tired plnyed in oldjMechanicaMtall, at.No. 73 were developed-int- o terrible nnd con- and worn, disgusted with medicine A Broadw.iy. Now York, started .tho first stant disorders. My weight had been Christie minstrels in .London. Rnynbr friend persuaded mo to take S. S. S. and reduced from 207 to 130 pounds. My is one of the few1 old timers still alive,' I did it inoro to gratify him thrtn from a burden to myself nnd friends. and lie lives in Pnterson, N. J., nny hope of cure, and the first bottlo Another of tho old leaders to tho front ifl" I could rotnin no food '611 my stomach, put mo far on the road to permanent Dick Hoolejv who used to, boiAwith' 'and lived wholly by injections. I Vas n Campliell's for years, and afterward run living moss of pain. My pulso was tin- - cure. I'cftntinucd it until I am sound nnd "well. a minstrel theatre of his own in Brook- controllable,. In niy agony I frequent'yl Gno B. Havcock, Duluth, Minn. lyn. What's ho doing nowd'yoii say? Why. it's the samo Dick Hooloy, of ion tp 1110 uoor aim clutched tho carpet, theatre, Chicago, today, and nndjiraye'djor death. Morphine had I Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases littlo or no effect in deadening tho pain. mailed free. the same Cool White that was middleman nnd stage manager of tho Hooloy For six days and nights I had tho death- Tin: Swiit SrtciFicCo., Atlanta Gn. Opera houso of tho war times, is mana- preiiionuory iiiccougns constantly, My ger of Hooley's theatro toduy. J. "W. water was filled with albuLODIBURG. McAndrow3 in Chicago Herald. men. I 'was struggling witli Uright's Disease of tho kidneys'in its last stages! , Miss Lena Drury's school closed FriChest Soro Throat, Hacking,-Qough- , Whilo sudering thus I received a call day. Sorry to lose Miss Lena from our Pain, etc, cured by taking tho grca,t rem- from my pastor, tho Rev. Dr. Footo, at midst. edy "C. C. C. Certain Cpugh Cure." ' thnt timo rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Taylor Biisham, wifo nnd daughter, Sold by J. W. 0v.on. Church; of this-city-. I felt that it was LiHie, were the guests of their daughter, ' our last intcrvifrwj but in the courso of Mrs. A. Bryant, hist week. Picsentutlnn to a Cimlne ilorri, At a public meeting dn jM6rpcambo a' 'conversation Dr. Fo6to detailed to me Mrs. S. A. Robertson is convalescent. handsome collar, bearing n snitablo in- the many remarkable cures of cases liko Mrs. n. W. Shaw, of Nebraska, is visitscription, was presented ta,adog for sav- myow'rt which had como ullder 'His1 ing the life of a child. ,Thp ,dog, a fine ing her parents, 'R. Knott nnd wife'. Ari-''practicing physician specimon of itn Airedale tefri'or, tho rtnd'A ' Mrs. Margaret Beauchamp is very ill. graduate of file schools, "I derided property, of Cab .Inspector .Lamb, wns tho idcnbfaiiy medicine out'side'tho reuu- Mrs. J, M. Fitch wos,tho gupst of her accompanying, two young men pit a walk Inr'clianiicls being in' the i6nst'beiieficinl.' father, A. J. Keys, Saturday, and Sunday. In he country whon by its excited manner 'and actions it nttracted'thelr atten- So solicitous, however, whs Dr. Foote, We. Jmd no church Sunday, as our tion to n large dike. In tiio, bdttoiil 'of that I finally promised Twbuld waive pastor, Rov. D. Dowden( was ill, and this" they fotind the body of ii!child hbout niy projudicp. J, began its uso on tho could not be with us. 8 years old, lying face downward in the (ir?Way of Juno, 1881. and tqok it accord rand, there being only a few inches' Miss Rosa Board opened school hero ing, to directions. At, fin?t it sickened last Monday. depth of witter at tho titno. On being extricated the child was fgund to ba mo ; but this I,thought was a good sign Tho Cincinnati Cooperage Company almost suffocated nn,d was jyjtth difficuV . fqr ono n my dqbilitntcd condition. I s ty restored., TJhe (log has onpthor continued, tq tako it ; tho sickening sen- loaded eight cars of staves liereThursduy. "giveji evidence of unusunl sagaci- sation departed and I was finally able to Mr. I). S. Ba8ham made a flying trip to ty. Lbndqh-Tit-Bitrfjlajn food upon my stomach. Inn fo.v Meado county last week. -- ' - . i i. lays I noticed a decided chnngo for tho S. F. Keys wishes to join tho "WheelA Barefoot hotlucldtil. The spectacle of omffrthq ricU Roths- better, as also flid my w ifo and friends. Mj ers," und bo joined by a AVheeler in tho childs gqing daily barefooted can bo wit- hiccoughs ceased nnd I cxporionccd less hyniencnl band! pain. than ,ormerly, , I was sd rejoiced nessed in the virago of tyacreshofon, Mrs. Jako Payno has been very ill, but near Munich. But tlib .sight of great at this, hnproved condition that, upon going in their baro ,feetinthat what I had believed butn fow days before is recovering slowly. people town is so common as to excite little re- was my dying bed, vowed, in tho preI mark. It is one of tho requirements of Death. , Tho First Symptoms of Father Kneip, thq ncjrxe doctor, of hia sence of my family and friends, should I feeling, dull headacho, pains in Tired patients. Thoy nro also required to take recover, I would both publicly nnd a morning plungo in ico cold wafer and privately mako known this roniedy for various parts of the body, sinking nt the eschow all meat and int6xicnting drinks, the good of humanity, w hcrovcrnnd when pit of tho stomach, loss of appetite, hut they aro particularly required to over I had an opportunity, and this letter feverishness, pimples 01 sores, an) all run barefooted. Paris Letter. positive evidenco of poisoned .blood. is in fulfillment of that vow. My improvement was constant fronr'thnt time, and No matter how it becamo poisoned it An lilntanoc. Snodgrnss It is tiueer, how one kind in leas than three months I had gained must bo purified to nvoid death. Dr.' of cako will turn into, nuother. 20 pounds in flesh, became entitely fret) Acker's English Blood F.lixlr has nover Snively I don't undcrBtatijL. from pain and I believe I owo my life failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic Snodgrnss Well, I've Jcnownvpoun,d and present condition wholly'toMYnrn-cr'- s poison. Sold under a positivo guarantee cako to dovelop into stomach cake. Safo Curo, tho remedy which I used. byG. "W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., nnd West Shore. , Since my recovery I havo thoroughly Witt&Meador, Hurdinsburg, Ky. Science cannot product) a betterrom; tho subject of kidney of In.eoti. Mucutr I'o-ecdy for all malarial diseases than iC. difficulties and Urlght's dlseaso, nnd tho Tho muscular power of somo insects I 0. C. Cqrtain Chill Curo." Pleasant to truths doveloped nro astounding. tiiko. Guaranteed to euro Chllla and therefore stato, deliberately, and ns a is simply enormous. A French entomologist had a pet beetle that conld lift tfo ver., Spld,by,Jt W-- . QiY.ent ". r physician, thnt I boliovo nor than 850 times his own weight If the human tlte iltatla uhich occur 11. America are species wero ns strong in comparison a Go to J. W, Owcnlmdgetpd boltlo of n "C. 0. 0. Qertain Chill Curo' and if it cauted by Bright1 dinease of the kidneys. largo sized mini could lift n freight 0 from the track and carry it 200 This may sound liko a rash statement, is not tho best remedy you havo' over verify it miles between sun up and sun down. used for Chills and Fever your money lint. T nm nrenarud to fullv ' BrigM's discaso has no distinctive fea I St. Lonis Republic. w'ill bo refunded, 1 bo-gn- n f y. "to-dalife-wa- s s tubo-castsan- d ocqn-sion-- Sinn. "Behold im.:" laiu.ied a recent brid, returned from her wedding trip nnd busy establishing herself in her new homo, as an intimate friend camo in upon her, "among my tea balls." The friend echoed tho laugh when sho looked about. Troiii chandelier, cnndolnbra and cornice, on cabinet, easel and lamp, hnng by their slender chains theso perforated globes of silver: they swung from plcturo frames, glistened in curtain folds, twinkled among tho brasses of tho health, occupied on all sides unusual niches, where in a spirit of jest their embarrassed owner had placed them. "I don't know," sho said, "what could have developed this remarkable unanimity of purpose on tho part of my friends, but When tho wedding gifts to arrive, it simply rained tea balls. I was delighted with tho first, contented with the second, not bo well pleased with the third, sorry at tho Tonrth, angry at tho fifth, sixth and seventh, nmazed up to the twelfth, and paralyzed after that What, my dearest girl," she finished tragically, "am I to do with twenty--, three tea balls, by actual count?" Which points, amoral concerning wedding gifts. A casnnl,, acquaintance, a man especially, shopping with generous intentions toward a roming'bride, will be wiso to select nothing of wliich but one only is neoded in a household. There are so many other things choice ought not to bo difficult. ,A pjece of WedgWood, Doulton or "royal Berlin; a bit of bronze, mnrble, brass or tho French and Viennese gilt; an etching, a rug, nn artistic screen or piecoof tapestry these nro only the beginning of tho list of tilings which nro prized by the makor of n homo and of which too many can nnruiy no possessed, xucro is an aroma of tnsto, too, about wedding gifts that is too often offended. Tho moro'forniai friends should offer articles' of adornment nnd decoration rather than of pronounced utility. Relatives nnd intimates are uot bo restricted. New York A Oooil t'liiijr of w A THRILLING EXPERIENCE. Remarkable Statement of Personal Danger and Providential Escape. tures of its own,(indccd, it often develops without any pain whatever in tho kidneys or their vicinity,) but has the symptoms of nearly overy other common of people die complnint. Hundreds S- -4 dally, whoso burials are authorized by a physician's certificate as occurring from "Heart Disease," "Apoplexy," "Paralysis," "Spinal Complnint," "Rheumatism," "Pneumonia," nnd other common complnints, when in reality it is from Bright's disease of tho kidneys. Fow , physic-innsnnd fewer people, renlizo the extent of this disease or its dangerous nnd insidious nnturo. It steals into the system like a thief, manifests its presence if n't all by tho commonest symptoms nnd fastens itself in the constitution before the victim is aware of it. It is nearly as hereditary as consumption, quite as The largest stock of Saddlery nnd Harness at subsoil prices common and fully ns fatal. Entire can be found at families, inheriting it from their ancesyet none of tho tors, havo died, and number knew or realised the mysterious poer which was removing them. InWe carrv a lnrfn nssnrfnipnt rT TTnmnsa nF nnr. rm.n ninni,r.w.tn stead of common symptoms it often at prices to suit the times. 13olow we quote prices of Harness made showsnono whatever, but brings death from pure Oak Tanned Leather. . suddenly, from convulsion, apoplexy, or Single Buggy Harness, lireast Collar $5.50, SG.50, $7.50, $0.00 heart disease. As one w ho has suffered, and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 00c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, and knows by bitter experience what $2.50, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a line ho says, I implore everyone who rends of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at these words not to neglect the slightest very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The of kidney difficulty. No one symptoms Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaincan afford to hazard such chances. ing to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, Ilamcs and Chains, I make the foregoing statements based upon facts which I can substantiate to Breeching $3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds tho letter. The welfnro of those who such ns I was, of repairs and make new work to order. may possibly be sufferers It will pay you to examine our stock. is an ample inducement for mo to take tho step I have, and if I can successfully TPnr - warn others from tho dangerous path in which I onco walked, I am willing to oudiiro nil professional nnd personal consequences. F ! J. 15. IIENION, M. I). ' Rot'iuaTEii, N. Y., Dec. P.O. Bo aryo HLOftBIiETOK ds id- nA 3ivd::B: '03ST. HERE WE ARE varie- AGAI-- Furniture in endless ty. I am now back at my old stand and respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. im:. Louisville, St. Louis & :ec.:ive:m:.:t. Old Texas R, R, Co. TIME SCHEDULE Tall I f Effect At 5:00 o'clck A, H Wett Hound Tniini 3STO. 17. Stand - By's ' Sunday.MO. , 1890 HOUSE.: " ,r lou wiltfiml "Id Butt Bound Train. Mnll 4 IZxpr's ICxpr's .Dally 9 nfipm MM A Ex'pr's Kxpr's Pally 6 0 53 SI STATIONS D lily Pall) 05pm pin 8 0") I m Iv.Un'n Dp't...ir 40- 820 Kentucky at. 1250 1210 . 9 00 West Point 7,a 12 07pm 7 23 Howard 903 11 Mini ItoLk IlaSen 9 20 7 45 I. on); Ilranch 11 U 9 27 755 11 t 9 37 Ilrmul.nbur 801 Mc.iilc Springs 1130 9 4U 807 1121 Kkron 940 ,8 11 (fiuton 1116 822 954' 10 03 IrviniitiMi . 11'07 .8 30 10 58 1012 8 3U Wtl.sttr 1051 10 20 I.oillburg 847 10 42., 1027 86o I'krce 103(1 1030 9 02 Si..plc 1044 Stcphinipnrt 1020. 9IU 1021 1049 Addison 910 9 19 9 9 40 9 52 KlUl 1052 STOVES Of all kinds and 860 810 8 7 7 7 7 05 45 35 20 22 - Pnc&''it A 71b 7 07 HART) WARE , 068 6 19 6 41 6 30 I. Of Every Description. t I . .' .T.- - 1100 1111 1120 1137 1144 1151 1008 1011 1017 102;) 1041 10 55 U50iin 12 Clavcrpnrt Shops Sklllman Ilawttgtjlle Vctrle Falcon 'Holt 024 615 609 6 00 , 1018 10 Ul 9 55 9 44 9 32 . 923 9 9 9 8 8 17 13 5 21 1 551 5 43 5 31 . r:'0pqtfbxUMs, m - j i o.jiSLU'I! TIZTjVG, -- 512 5 tt 5 01 55 38 4 25 4 4 17 4 0'. 03nm U21 1235 1100 1118 1120 1137 Owcnsboro 1245 1269 Mattingl? Maiiky 107 WorthlnVton. 117 SnoUBvlllu , 1155 137 ll.iakitt. 1205pm 140 1220un 200pm ar.Hendqrs'n Iv Agent foi llt'nrV'DrstoiV' Son, Saws. BcltingVc,,,,,,.,, 7.28 Jion Roofing 7 19 put' on 7l.tin the1 'building Alsb! 'yotr c'aV Ret ' l',f IV 'W Louisvi'Ie,Hardinsburg& Western R.R. anything, made, hi tlie.,Tin,:,Cojper and Sheet Iron line. '''' ABLE!. 822 808 769 7 47 350 '3 40 . 331 3 23 310pin . for-Snlci-Sdr I ' l'atcs"' 00 47 32 No. 5 TIME Taking lllToct at $.00 o'clock a.' m. Sunday i September 28, 1690. f i . r . -- "i "U'i'J jCGuns nnd Pistols rcpiillWl '' ' KaHt'llou'ml Trains I Uaiiyll" Dally I) illy Daily ex biyi. ex bun STAT IONS, ex bun. ex bun. 1 No. 6 No.5 No. Irvini-toi- i 630-ii11 15 tm I. Ar 9 45Am 'R4flp 912 , 450 Oarliild 1142 715 4 211 8t Hurtled 7 37 U68im 416 12 0)pm , 3, l( 7 45 Junction 4 00 8 37 liardlnkdurR 1213 7 55 3 43 828 1223 828 Junctloiii Kirk 321 815 12 36 852 8 03 . 12 47 '3O0 Jolly 910 220 ,741 filciulcane 105 947 ' 7 29 140 ltockvalt 120 1015 ,. 31 . 1,29 10 29 129 Ituth, 12 48 Asklns 712 10 41 135 , 067 12 21 Uaks 148 1101 1120pm 2 00pm ArFonlivlllv If SJSim lOOm West Hound Trains I Nii.' J. L.'MttXER,:; cloVerport, ky. KYNN&7? fcKS. A pamphlet of Information andio- ABirmciui mo laws, snowing How to. THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AI3 LINE. (L. K, & ST. L. It It) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST MNE TO luumn lit real.. Trade voMru, ujpTriKnu, itni jril.A vAIJiw Niurirt S OB., uronawof, new lorav. sj.j St. Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS West and Timo-Card South-Wes- t. Bee, 16, 1888, Land I have four r acres of land "belonging to the Cincinnati Cooperage Co., Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m...4:10 p.m. and other parttes, lying In llrecktnrldge and Hancock counties. Can toll a (arm from 40 ...7:25 " Arr St. Louli 7:45 9:50 p.m. to 400 acres, at prices from 1200 to $4000. Evansville 2:25 Must havo good payment down. Liberal For further Information, call on or address, for all cash, but will giro liberal time JOS. S 0DI0RNE, on safe trades. Have several farms for rent. Qen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. Address V. Q. BURTON, B. L. BRYANT, Rock Vale, Ky. Trav. Passg'r Ag't, Loulstlllo, Ky. J233ui is Effect or five thousend for Sale. Notice Saw Mill Men. can ba cimod at our KIlYlIn of work. MMljr aitt bwnurabljr. by tho of chher t,rounr r oM.aml In their owuoraliua.wtfrTirlnrytlTv Anr on ran do lb w ork Fair It) Irani. VT fumUh trrrytblar M itart you. No risk 1 wu tan davoto your aparo ni'tiu.iiia, or all y?ur lima lo tho work 1 hla la an ndrful auraa lo tvrrjr woikar, ntlnlr uw lad,and britifi to ptrwtf k aw J upward, llfrlunan it tarnltia; from and mora aCr a Hula tijr1iuoo. Wo can forulih you tho m- -I vrocnlaad larbyra tULlw 2foaaatoinrIa haro. (utl llltoB UrK. 'rKUKACU.AllllBTi, BA1M. one-ha- lf MONEY en-gi- tti of pood Poplar lumber, cut ana-inch- ' thick by six inched w itle, 12, 14 nntl 10 feet long. Hioiii no Pahk Planis'o Miu. Co., Room 7, Tyler building, Lonisvillo, Ky , Wounnttolniy for cnah 600.000 feet fJL-- - """"' inny wipii ma, iii,Wi i ii j .im.i. WH..WW mi iii - win jii )' !'' " "i1 ' " ' ""' J" -- """ ""' TIT- - - - .SPWS ' W I Breckenridge News. HAIWIN " which tho young couplo arc held by ,, ' their numerous friends nnd relatives. i EttNOIt. Agent &.' Corrcsp'nt The lioitso was darkened and beautifully John T .. . Attorney General Y. Wat. Hardin is decorated with sinilnx and ferns. The - - - Hdllor WEDNESDAY, FEUKUAltY 11, 1891; out in a card announcing himself a can- V. O.BAHIMOK supKT was nil the most fastidious epi. ANNOUNCEMENT. cure could desire. Mr. and Mrs. Ixwis JNO. D. A VIRGIL O. DAUBACH, Kdltori and didate for the gubernatorial nomination. We am auihorlted to announce Proprietor. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE Col. Hardin is well known to tho people and their charming daughters underOOIIIQ WEST. OV$V RfCKAnDSON, of Kentucky, having served them as AtI'astengcr-Dallj- r afr. HardtDibnrg..l2:0S p.m. a a candidate fur te electiun to the Legisla- stand well tho nrt of entertaining, nnd li.i St. ti T. Local Time Card. torney General of the Stato for a number Mixed (x. Sunday) any .. 7:48 n.ui. " ture from Meade rnnntjr, iiil'Ject let the action nothing was left undone that could add 10.05 a.m. of years. His announcement that he Mall and Kxprait going Knit of the l)emcratlo primary, June 13, 181(1. to tho pleasure or comfort of their guests. OOIXO KAST. xy-- . 11.07 a.m. " " Weit will mako tho raco for Governor, creates Pautnger Dalljr arr. Harillniburg 8:55 a.m. Only relatives and a few friends were pre5.58 p.m. Kzpraif Kait last C, S. Grinwell was in : p m. " Mixed (m. t)undy) arr. 9 27 p.m. no surprise, for his name has been mensent. Weit week. 11.19 a.m. tioned in this connection before. But Loeal Frttgkt Kmt Tho bridal party left at six o'clock for Seo card of Hnmbleton Utilise in an ,.10.01 a.m. Wait " Dr. Walker, of 'Garrett, was in town Louisville (where the newly wedded f '' the main question arises, what effect other column. Fridav. will his candidacy have upon tho present pair will reside), followed by n shower Henderson, Ky., was visited by a $25,-00- 0 status of affairs? The race, as it now A new lino of sugars just received at E. W. Richardson has removed to of rice and old shoes, nnd the good wishfiro last Friday. A largo tobacco stands, is certainly made up, and if there Monroe A Son's. Irvington. es of nil who know them. May their , i warehouse and several small cottages Mr. Jesse Whitworth went to Leitch-fiel- d should not Ihj another entry, the apMrs. M. W. Flaherty, of Flaherty, died lives be ns bright and unclouded as their were destroyed. last Saturday. pearance of Mr. Hardin will most aswedding day, is the sincere wish of last week.matters. suredly tend to complicate Ladies' and misses' gossamers nt cost Tekiiei.l. Dr. J. D. Burcli, of Paynesville, was in W. McZimmekman, clerk of the Farm- While ho has been a little slow in makat Beard & Becler's. ' ' '! - i town Friday. ers' Alliance stora at Spartansburg, S. ing up his mind, jet ho has such a large Overcoats, shawls, blankets, etc., at ROSETTA. in Louisis said to be short in liis accounts to C, Hon. Gus. Richardson was' personal following in the Stato that this cost at Beard & Beeler's. Read the the extent of $30,000. ville last week. may not work much to his detriment in All tho sick linvo gotten well. old Hambleton House in this The D. W. Henry, of Irvington, was in the end. Then ho is a keen, shrewd city is now open for business. Knsey k Mercer's saw mill started off Thk Directors of the AVorld's Fair and safe counselor, withal a jovial, town last week-M- r. all O. K. They are How rendv for bus Born to the wifo of Mr. Win. II. Bell, havo decided to ask Congress to approKentuckian, John W. Owing, of Wolf Creek, iness. priate $5,000,000 to Insure the success of whose presence at once commands atten- last Friday, a ten pound boy. " i was in town Friday. Mr. David Jones owns a fiddle of very tiiat great institution. A fresh lot of California prunes just ' . tion wjierever ho appears. This lias . Miss Jennie Hardin was in Louisville ancient make. It dates back to two ' received at Monroe & Son's. " '' been typienl of his great success in the v . ' '' ilnys lastwuek. so vend hundred years. He has taken it to It is to be hoped that our leading citi- past, and' upon the same lino of reasonto Monroe & Son's for your family Go hah been quite sick for Louisville. The musicians there think We offer this y.cek..I?ifty pairs of Samnel Dugan nt- - flO o. former zens will be able to engineer the .Soda ing might continue to add to his popu- grocery supplies and canned goods. It is genuine, and told hiin that on the ; sometimo with the lheaslcs. ' :..;.. Ash plant through in connection with larity in tho future. As a Democrat, he price si.ou. per pair, .,- - ,. . . u v. Miss Cora Smith returned Mondiiy -Sunday w,itii 15th of this month there was to be an nod, Mr. G. A. that brick manufactory. is sound to the core, and in his caid to from a protracted visit to Louisville. -. tir. ' tvu iavtfTdrt 'finirs Alknzar Blnnkejs"' i'ft' ;" i(j-.- f 8ize-?- twhich exhibition of violins of that make, nid j his parents near Union Star. the public, launches himself out upon we offer nt $2.15 per pairfoi-raorlWe are closing out our men's and .' J' "., 83.00, Onk of the best postmasters in the a broad platform which seems to cover "Prof.Wilfe't "anil" wife will teach a they would advise him to exhibit it. He was offered $250 for it. country, and one having the most syste- tho entire Democratic creed. This is boys' caps at cost. Beard & Heeler. buildings ' spring session in the college A few pairs "First Choice" JMarifctftjy uVf , TCeigtft A full lino of confectioneries, xigara Mr. Shelby Triplett has jnst returned matic plan of business, is said to be at legitimato and perfectly in accord with Hugh Ditto is afte'riding tho Bryant fc strictly all wqol 60x80 inches for $5:Q0 pgr'p.iiry,formerly 7;00.' from Louisville, where he sold Ills toand tobacco kept by J. W. Mattingly. Boston. Ho is a Democrat, of course, existing conditions. Stratton commercial Bchool Louisville, bacco at a nice price. and was appointed by Grover Cleveland. Mrs. G. P. Jolly returned Monday We nlsq offer for this week only, rt'pVereir'Blitfrj&Aa'i As a stump speaker and an jyos. the' .gudstiof Alphonso Neff assists Mr. W. Y. Harfrom n visit to her husband nt Owens-- ' hustings orator, Col. Hardin is undoubtfull measure, blenched, nt 22 c. , his sister, MrsrS; C. Malin, several chtys C. M. Clay, Jr., and Dr. Clardy were edly hard to lead. His connection with boro. din at the mill for tho present. last week. down at Bowling Green the other day, public affairs at Frankfort in past years Another good one nt 18 c. . - ",,,', 'I Highest prices paid for butter, eggs, 'It falls to our sad lot to chronicle one Tin. Ktiniiier Tell Citv was laid up for where they announced themselves can- should have given him a clear insight ducks, chickens, geese, etc., nt Bean! & of tho saddest things that have ever - -- : Pepperell Blenched pillow shcutitur 10 . repairs last week, and the Cjirrie Hope didates for Governor. It is reported also into some executivo ability. But it Beeler's. happened in our iittlo village. At noon " . ; . U'Sr made her trips. very is said of him that he has mado misthat each of the gentlemen made a y Especially do we call your attention to our line Vf "Comforis-fro(Saturday, Feb. 7th), our neigh-- , Ixc Bishop was allowed $25 in tiic plain, sensible talk to the farmers. Prof. Scott's school closed ItrHday, and bors were shocked by the report takes in his past official record which County Court last week for painting the 4,r) c. to 81.50 for best goods. ' -. ' '; ". that ho and his wife left for Alton, Ind., Mr. E. II. Mitcham had will work to Ids injury. This may be Poor House. suicided. Alnsl Hk.vatou Incalls has characterized the true or not, but to say the least of it, Mr. Saturday night. it was but too true. Sirs. Mitcham had iV. Mr. A. C. Glasscock has received the recent elections, which almost made a Hardin at once becomes an important Mrs. F. W. Willis, of Richmond, rung the bell for dinner, and all tlie fam; t. appointment of Deputy Sheriff in the clean sweep of the Republicans, as "the factor in this gubernatorial business. wedding and ily gathered hut air. aiitcham. attended the Mnliri-Lcwi- s airs. Forks of Rough precinct. most stupendous and overwhelming disMitcham asked the children left Thursday for New Orleans. where aster ever received in the party's anr- The County Judge has granted a liIn another column we announce Mr. John Harrington, who has been run- their father was. None of them had nals." The Senator has just been there, F.K. Rhodes as a candidate for the leg- cense to Mr. Win. L Mattingly to run a i ning a hack from tiiis place to Wefdon, seen him. She sent Jimmie, her grown CLOVERPORT," KY.; and evidently knows whereof he speaks. islature, subject to the action of the billiard table in Cloverport. sold out last week to James Bland, who son, to look for his father, and he found Democratic party. Mr. Rhodes resides Mr. W. W. Vessels has bought the will continue the business. him in a back room of tho barn witli liis A ih'kl, a row in a mountain county, in the village of McDaniels, this county, property occupied by Mrs. Amanda Miss Eva Corrigan nnd Messrs. R. J. throat cut. Tho family have been una defaulting State official, anything sen- better known in political parlance as Smith, of Elijah Board, for $000. Patterson and Harry Bell, of Gustoii, easy about air. aiitcham for two weeks. sational, is positively desirable just now "Little South Carolina," a section noted You will find it to your advantage to spent several days ,l7ere last week, and His mind has been very much impaired to engage the columns of the Kentucky for its handsome Democratic majorities call at tho brick store for your family through business depressions. lie rewedding. attended the Malm-Lewi- s papers and allow the poor, distracted at every election .we have. It must be groceries. Kept by J. W. Mattingly. marked to his wifo that he had always Judge and Mrs. O. C. Richardson nro Constitutional Convention some relief taken of course that Mr. liberies doesn't Fine old Crystal Springs whisky and staying at tho 5th. Avenue Hotel, Louis- been honest and paid liis just debts, but from the persecutions of the busy edito- base his claims for this position altonow that ho had gotten in a position rial pen. gether upon what his district has done other famous brandies, running in age ville. Their daughter, Nellie, who has that ho could not provide sufficiently for up to 1800, all pure Kentucky whiskies. been quite sick has recovered. for the pdrty, but upon other considerahis family nnd pay his debts, people T. C. Lewis. Mr. John T. Ditto lias removed to would say that lie was a rascal, and that The Boston Courant, the organ of the tions aside from that. His district is in Ernest Babbagc was here htbtweek Louisville, where ho has accepted tho negro race, is not at all unreasonable in the extreme western end of the county, he did not want to pay. People who its' demand that a negro be given the va- and has heretofore asked but little of the and sold the wall paper for 15 rooms in position of Sect. ' nnd Trees.," of the know air. aiitcham, know that ho would . cant place in Mr. Harrison's cabinet. party, while for many years it has done the McGill Hotel. He discounted Louis- Climax Novelty Co., 142 W. Main Street. never have committed sucli a rash deed Every Democrat in the country would much for it. If Mr. Rhodes is the choice ville prices and secured the bill. As Monday is the first day of Circuit through willfulness. His family are disWe have understood that Mr. approve of such an action on the part of of that district for the Legislature and No. 388.00 same size ns No. 19 Oliver. Court it is expected that all who arc con- tressed, and need "the sympathy of all has said that he would net templating making the race", for the Christian people. the President as the only one consistent ho doubtless is his candidacy will cer " No. 488.50 " No. 20 tainly receive that consideration from move the depot unless the town would Legislature will announce themselves "' with his theories. ' ' 1 No. 184.00 " No. A members of the party elsewhere which pay for the right of way and all expenses that day. STEPHENSPORT. The county Wheelers were in session it rightfully deserves. Mr. Rhodes is a of moving. This tho town would not Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lewis, Mr. and ' at Hardinsburg last Friday. If they had Democrat, and an upright nnd capable do, and the depot is likely to remain Mrs. Peak. Misses Bertio and Ilia Rich; , aiiss Ada Hanks will teach thespring gentleman. is. where it any intention of naming a candidate for ardson and Lawrence Lewis, of Louis- school, here. the Legislature, it was not made known Kept on hand at all times at the Nov- ville, attended' the Mnliri-Lewi' wedding ' We feel that we have the hearty con- elty aiisS Nelson, of Owensboro, Is the . : Pony 83.00 reduced from 8 4.50 to the public. However, the body will :v?' Saloon, next door to Beard & Beel- last Wednesday. j ' Biieck-e.nkiihguest of aiiss Lee Dix. '. hold another county meeting in April, currence of all the readers of the ..; er's, ten year old whisky, six year old C.O. 89.00 810.4O.V.. News in an expression of thanks MeBrayer whisky, fine Capt. Greer, who for some time has which will be ample time for them to " air. Will Palmore, a tobacconist of :i).0. 89;50 brandies, wines, ', 811.40 Grace act on the matter if they have any de- to Hon. R. R. Tierce for his valuablo cigars and tobacco, the celebrated Klub been running the coast packet, Louisville, was in town Sunday. Louisville and this and interesting historical contribution Soda ginger sire to get into the tight. nle, Nelson county whiskies Morris, between aiiss Emma aioseley, whoso school at appearing in tho columns of this paper four and two year old. W. W. place, has Bold out to the Louisville & Vessels, who will now Lodiburg closed last week, is at home. under the heading, "Reminiscences." Proprietor. Evansville Mail Company, UiTMOit has it that Miss Winnie Davis, aiiss Georgia Hawkins made a Hying Among all enlightened nations nnd run the same boat.' daughter of the late Confederacy, is I met an old farmer the other dttv trip to Louisville last week. No. 5 $10.00 reduced from $14.50. alKuit to wed n rich Louisiana cotton communities no one is accounted more whose dress anil general appearance Mr. I. O. McCracken died ' air. Joel Pile made a brief visit to worthy of honor and gratitude than he " No. 25 $10.00 nt Garrett last week. Mr. McCracken planter. It will lie remembered that 813.50. who gives to a new generation tho treas- would indicate that ho didn't have a was well known throughout tho county, Louisville, Anchdrnge and ailddlctown Miss Winnie is the same gal that was Give us n call nnd try our Plows nnd you will be convinced that dollar in the world, but who in fact engaged to marry n fellow up North ured memories of his own time, aglow owned acres of good land nnd had sev- and had a host of friends. During the last week. there is no better. aiiss Emma English and brot'icr, Will, about two years ugo and afterwards with the inspiration born of good mo- eral thousand dollars in money. When Cleveland administration lie was appoint tives and sympathy with his fellow-main Washington, which lie will leave in a few weeks for Lebanon, changed her mind about the matter. I asked him if lie took the Biiecken-iiiixi- b ed ten position O., to attend school. News, ho said, "No." "Couldn't held for sometime. La grippe has again put in appearIt is said that Cleveland and Hill Truly the people may become alarmed you try it just three months for a quarwill begin hero MonOur Circuit Court Fanners' Supply House, IlAnDiNSUUiia. Ky. have joined hands in friendship, and so at the financial situation of the country ter? " "No." "Take any paper at your day. Tho docket is very light. Tho ance, but not in so violent n form, as last far as the two distinguished men are when they learn that the Pension Ap- house?" I inquired. "No, sir," said he. most important cases arc Commonwealth winter. concerned, speaking politically, there propriation Bill passed by the United And this same man has a wife and vs John Bruce charged with tho murder We nro pleased to learn that our old t. J, II. IIirK.MA.v, I'rcR't. 0. W. HiiAXSFonn, V. A. Khukiit, Sec. A Mgr will be no further rupture between States Senate amounts to $i:S5,14.i,08.. daughter, either of whom, I havo no of Geo. Dow and. same against Rhoria friend, Kit Weymouth, will make the them. Mr. Hill will go along nnd take doubt, would enjoy reading the current Peak charged witlthe murder of "Bud" race for the Legislature. Success to vou, his seat as a United States Senator from We are in receipt of a communication news of the week ; but the old man is so Peak. Owing to the numerous crimes Kit. New York, nnd Grover Cleveland will from Mr. T. S. Frymire explaining close-fiste- d that ho thinks a dollar spent which havo been committed recently it aiessrs. Gilbert Pile and Clinton Tuckuiake his arrangements to occupy the "Those Resolutions." It will appear in this way would bo absolute folly. is expected that the Grand Jury will er, of Buras, passed through town last White House again in 1802. That's next week. Yet such' is life. have considerable vwork to do. week en route for1 South Bend, Kan., to straight. So farewell, Brother Harrison. Read Tins. Wo beg to announce to attend school. Mr. P. 'L Aylsworth, of Grahampton, ROCK HAVEN. the public that our motto is "Quick died last week of cancer of throat. Mr. Rev. air. aioyers, assisted by Rev. air. The resignation of Railroad CommisMr. Henry Shelton, we understand, Sales and Small Profits." Wo call your Aylsworth has been quite sick for some- Fallon, of Lowisport, will begin a scries sioner Hager again calls attention to the attention' especially to our celebrated time, and his death has been expected, of meetings at the M. E. church on remarkable number of State officers who has rented Rock Haven for the next "Boston Shoes." We can also say can- it was nevertheless n great shock to his Tuesday night of this week. twelve months. have voluntarily retired during Gov. didly that our line of Clothing is far su- many friends. For a number of years The public school nt this place will There lias been several deaths in our Buckner's term of office, viz: Treasurer perior to anything we have ever had. 1 he has been a most propcrous and highclose on Friday of this week. Sharp, Auditor Hewitt, Public Printer neighborhood from measles in tho past have studied the trade so closely that we ly respected citizen of this county, being yoods, Stato Inspector and Examiner two weeks. Rev. air. Gregory, of tho Christian dehavo succeeded in getting a line of goods connected with the Grahampton Manus Miller, Assistant Secretary of Stato Mr. McDonough, an old resident of unexcelled in durability, nomination, hold a meeting here recentI'Tni SSK3s-fi:r;Esfinish, beauti facturing Co. In liis death that com Ringo, Private Secretary Griffith, and this county nnd a veteran of the Mexiful patterns and make, and our prices munity and the county lose n most valu- ly of two weeks' duration, and organRailroad Commissioner Hager. All of can war, died a few days ago. ized a church of fifteen members. They arc such as admit of no competition. able citizen. T these are considered "fat" places, but will build a church here in the near fuair. .lames nutersons House, near Respectfully, John T. Hobcn, the incumbents each found something Pennehaker, was burned We arc s6rry to record the death of ture. with With Mrs. S. Hnffoy. fatter. It cannot be said in Kentucky most of his household goods. one of our most useful and respected Mr. PatHo never resign. Owens-bor- o terson is a bachelor, and This ! tliat citizens, Dr. II. A; Ditto, which occured lives witli his We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward on Monday evcningpFeb. 2d. While Dr. Messenger. widowed mother, nnd both were down Material & Workmanship Unsurpassed. Durability, Style & Finish Unequalled. for nny case of Catarrh that Cannot be II. A. Ditto has been almost at tho point with the measles at tho time of the fire. STRANGE. cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. of death for somc-tim- o and ids death lias H'lanufuctnrera o( Wagona, Drays and Dump Carls. Capacity 23 wagons a day, Mr. P. 'A. Aylsworth, late Superinten F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. momentarily been, expected yet the Yes, jolitic8 are strange. Kansas has Many peculiar points nuke Tlood'f o'f tho Grahamton dent with a rapidly growing trade extending over eighteen Southern and Western States,' Cotton Mills, We, tho undersigned, have known F. whole community was schocked when it been accounted the most reliable Repubsuperior to all other medicines. died Friday night, after a long and seri- J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and wherever Intodueed is universally considered the best wagon on the market,' Peculiar In combination, proportion, and bo was known that he had been finally lican State in the Union. Yet the ous illness, of cancer of the tongue. novo him perfectly honorablo in ana preparation of Ingredients, VI A, Fon Sai.k by all bus! summoned from this earthly home. All strange spectacle is seen that the brilliant Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses Mr. Aylsworth was born in Connecticut ness transactions and financially able to realized that a.jgood, christian man a Ingalls is defeated for United States IB- - 2"- - IBIS-A-IBI- D the lull curative vajuo cl the in 1820. His early life was spent on carry out any obligations made bv their most useful citizen, liked and respected Senator. If such a tiling can happen in best known ot whaling vessels until he went into the firm. the vegetable Kansas, what may not happen nt any by nil who knew him had been taken cotton mills of somo of tho New EngTecullar In strength West & Tiiuax, Wholesale Druggists, from our midst. For a number of years time anywhere V and cccaomy AXrTXnod! Sarland States. Ho first came to Graham- - Toledo, O. Waliiino, Win. F. Vilas beats Mr. Snootier in KixxanAMaiivin, Dr. Ditto has practised medicine ut this A Card of Thanks. Is saparilla onlymedl-cln- o holesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Wisconsin. New York elects a Demo- ton on April 14, 1850, nnd lias successi' which can truly oty placo am his many .noble qualities had On behalf of tho family of tho lato Dr. fully managed tho business of tiio Gra" 0ne Hundred Doses bo Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally cratic Senator. Blair is defeated in New Ky., I wish with whom he camo 0 hamton Cotton Mills until a few months acting directly upon tho blood and mu- endeared him to all OneV QkTDollar." Medicines In II. A. Ditto, of Brandenburg, Hampshire, but by a Republican. Yet in contact. The tender sympathies of a their sincere thanks to the host before his death. Ho was married three cous surfaces of the system. 4kfY'. idiKLT nuu smaucr Domes to tender it is in the line of feeling prevalent in host of friends go out to tho grief strickJejVrequlre larger doses, anddonot of friends who wero bo untiring in their times. His first wife was a Miss Austin, JTSold by druggists. Price 75c. per en family in their hour of aflliction. , a produce as good results as Ilood'g. tho country to retire tho old leaders. attention to the family and deceased, Peculiar In its medicinal merits, Every Democratic Stato holds its own, of Rhode Island, his second wife u Miss bottle. during his last illness. Dr. Ditto was Hood's Sarsaparilla, accomplishes cures hithof Rhode Island, and his third wife Malin Lewis. nnd does not lose a Senator anvwhere, Hill, U V liiW. 4A erto unknown. and liaa won fnr limit confined to his bed for four months and A Correction. a daughter of Samuel Overton, an old AV w Wednesday afternoon, Feb, 4th, 4 while in somo others, if an election wero. the title t "Tho greatest bjood JT&. The friends of J. F. Carter will bo auMPrequired constant attention both day and resident of this county, who still surpurlfler ever discovered." to occur this winter, Democratic Sena' rV pleased to hear that tho report contained o'clock, Miss Lillian, the beautiful night, but there was no lack, for kind vives him. Mr. Aylsworth leaves eight its "good name "tors would be chosen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis, friends to assist tho f mily in ministering mure, -children, all of whom nro married ex in last week's iKsuo of tho NKvs,is wholly was married to Mr. J. L. Malin, extremist typo of bloody-shirtistho ol Hood's mere j now The without foundation in fact. True. Mr. to his wants. They also tender thanks SarsaparUIar sold in cept his two youngest daughters, Misses ,m.TKr popular clerk of the Fiftli Avcnuo was supposed to lc ineradicable for a Lowell, whore HVltlsmade, to tho physicians throughout the county Lillie and Mubel. His funeral was very Carter has had la grippe, but it has in no than of all generation to come in Kansas, yet u othcr blood wise impaired his mental faculties. It is Hotel, Louisville', and son of Mr. and for attention shown, and to . Drs. II. K. largely attended. He had many friends purifiers. yrrccullar In Us I'usoy, V. C. Dugan, Cecil and Dalmoy. great majority of her people, through too grim u fiction for Joe Mulliattan's Mrs. S. C. Malin, 'Df tills place. Rev. E. -"pacnomc- -' in this end of the county. CHILL CUFr naVrccord of sales of Louisville, for their visits nnd counsel. the resolutions of the Farmers' Alliance genius, and tho originator of tho report II. Morrjson .poifornied the ceremony abroad CHEAPEST MEDICINE AKeWH other preparation CON3IDERINQ QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. The Pureit and Best forniB of expression, havo dethat united tire happy couplo for life. remember. wjth deep Kspeefally do they and other must havo been suffering from mental XT A.Xj30 OX7H33 - .. .i..u - IU11V, gratitude Dr. D, C. I'usoy, of oui town, r muhj tu BV DUUJfc A .iM clared tjiat this unpatriotic feeling must Articles known to medical science are aberration when he gavo tho informa- Our winsome Lillian never looked fairer BILIOUSNESS, DYSPEPSIA, used in preparing Hood's Sarsaparilla. tion. brothwhen arrayed in her bridal robes. than for his devotion to his friend and AMD OBBOmo CONSTIPATION. be buried, and the West nnd South must Jl'STITlA. confidence among all classes prtiiiA She wore an elegant traveling suit of er practlcioner, whilo Dr. Pusoy knew unite to protect the best interests of tho Every ingredient is carefully selected, or people so steadfastly. C. C. MARTIN, Tourists, broadcloth, handsomely trimmed, ho was powerless to stay the disease that Do not bo Induced to buy other preparations, country against the greedy and cormo- personally examined, and only the best DRUOQI8T was taking tho life away from his friend, but be suro to get tho Peculiar Medicine, rant tendencies of the Eastern money retained. The medicine is prepared un- Whether on pleasure bent or business, and carried an exquisite boquct of bridal NEXT DOOn BELOW POST OFFICE. ho never failed to seo him twico and power. Other States in tho great North- der tho Biitiervision of thoroughly com- should tako on every trip a bottle of roses. The groom looked handsome in Cloverport, Ky three times a day during his long illness, are petent pharmqeista, and every step in Syrup of Figs, as it net most pleasantly the conventional suit of black, and wore west, although less pronounced, SoWbjUdnifgUU. SIlxforfS. Propiredonlr and in every possiblo way to relievo his by a I. HOOD ft CO., ApothccariM, Lowell, Hau. mincring and give counsel nnd comfort. equally firm in this view. It is at last the process of manufacture is carefully and effectually on the kldnoys, liver and a smile of proud possession fully appreIiADIBS For all of which tho family nro profoundIOO Doses One Dollar Needing a tcaic, or children that want building seen by tho great agricultural masses watched with a view to securing in bowels, preventing fevers, headaches and ciating the treasure he has won. ly gratefull, and ask Heavens richest up, should taka party is not tho Hood's Sarsaparilla the best possible re- other forms of sickness. For salo in 50c. Tho presents wero numerous nnd handthat tho Republican BHOWN'S I HON BITTERS. blessings upon all. J. It. Dowiikn. It It pleuant to tako, curat Malaria, Iadlgea-tlon.nsult. and $1.00 bottles by all leading druggists some, testifying the high esteem in ValentI nrs nt Pnhbnge's. Uranhnb'irg, Ky., Feb. 5, 1801. friend to that interest. Ullloujiicn. Alldea'urikeepn, nftnUinOUUIIU UU Ml I mill It - - I I t, ECONOMY"! 6 A .. That is the Secret -- Success. Buy where you can save the dollars. - A Dollar Made Is a Dollar Saved d, broad-minde- d Cut Rates Below ... 1. ':: "' ' '' T' fjfc r,.T.-.A,JkbLnson -M- ,. t. YEST8, '.-- REDUCTION ! ? South Bend Chill Plows to the Front. Avery Steel Plows. B ie ''..'. '.'.'" , ;?' '..-- .'Ufa Clippers. rn " n. HENSLEY & JOLLY, Vico-I'ros'- to-da- y, "THE OWENSBORO," Xlxe O-rerLsTooro office-holde- "s77"qig:o:n. Co, C Peculiar klnp;-r,0do- jVt". remodlosJvr & CO., 8aldi5 iKtho J Sc8jr S We ,4VJik S JT Er THE m S .more BEST E, sw MEDICINE Wlli LIVER rt&rno ...ii v tun-color- S Hood's Sarsaparilla L . IJBBBffijggSlJSgg I Hrl I Jfr&sS i v wr i .vk vssssssssm 5,tv3h iB iliiHfcH Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts gently yet promptly on iho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind over produced, pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agrceablo subtanccs, its many excellent qualities commend it to.all and hove made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not bavo it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRAHCISC ), CAL. LOUISVILLE, Kr. NEW YORK, own ENJOYS N.t. oier D. Hambhton's Snuldleri and Harnett Store. GLOVERPORT. KY. W. S. TAYLOR. J. II. TAYLOR, J. C. HUSH, Office Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, It looked liko old times at tho wharf Sunday. There was a big crowd out to see the packet. Howmer it Ilambleton's are headquarthan ters for seed of all kinds, liOiiisvlllo prices. Mias Nannie Murray has been indisposed during the past week from a light attack of la grippe. Miss Lila Hcston and John Heston, of Hardinsburg, are the guest of Mr. and r Mrs. II. A. Oclze. and Miss Drew GregMiss Mary Ryan ory went to Louisville Sunday on tho City of Owensboro. Mrs. Wm. Dhonau returned from a visit to her father, Mr. Jas. Meador, Skillman, Wednesday. Geo. Dean left Monday for Cumberland Gap, whern bo has a good position with the I fe N. railroad. Samuel McFall, well known as a ferryman at this point several years ago, died at his homo in Tobinsport, Feb. 4th. John Heaven was killed near Friday morning, by a tree, which ho was cutting, falling upon him. Miss Lafie Lalleist returned home from Shelby vlllo Saturday, to attend her mother, Mrs. Dr. Smith, who is Very ill. Mr. Hewitt Hawkins and Miss Carrio Pcttltt were marripd at Stcpbensport yesterday. Rev. W. K. Penrod officiating. Mr. Clay Cooper an'd JlisS Maggie Webber were married at the home of the bride in this city Thursday evening, Feb. 5th. Mrs. Win. Ashby is much improved from tho effects of an attack of spinal meningitis, from which' she suffered last week. Mrs. Johnson Dean, of Glendeane, passed upon the train Monday returning homo from a visit to relatives in Owenn-borBall-town, o. Horace is visiting relatives here. Rick '.''. I ' John Simons, who has been quite is improving. Mrs. Debby Jenkins, of Cleveland, Ohio, is visiting relatives here. Miss Delia Lcaff littlo daughter of Thomas Leaf, has been very sick. Mr. Sam Conner went to Rome, Ind., Snt unlay, to attend the Institute. Frank Adams, who has been South for , somo time, is' visiting his relatives here. t 'Mrs. Jennie Simons, who has been visiting her mother at Ilite's Run, has returned home. Mamie Harris, who is teaching school at Rome, Ind., spent Sunday hero, the guest of her parents, Mr. Nat Harris' has sold his farm to C. Harris and will move to Rome, Ind. soon, where ho wilt reside in tho future. Murry Weathcrholt, proprietor of the Appelgate hotel, of Evansville, is spend ing a few weeks here trying to regain his ' . health. 1 1 i Mrs. Spolts and daughter, v. ho have w m m a t mm Iwon spending the winter with her r, Mrs. Smart, aro the guests ' of Mrs? Jennie Simons for a few days. ( . Mr. Sain McFall died 'at his homo, ..' nolit' I 111 H Jlt"W, February 4th," of typhoid pheumo'riia. He leaves a wife and flvo children' and many friends to mourn his loss. Ho was .is. E?QOBVHIRD'Ar4D. MARKET STS',. 'LOUISVILLE, KY. one of tho ferrymen' at this fylacG', an'd ;,. 't was a man who had many friends, and i u i - b was a member of the M. E. church. Tho funeral services were conducted by Rev. Penrod. His oldest son is absent in the Kirt Weathcrholt sold his house and Rules for Lent. South and did not reach home and does, lot in this city to M. Ilamman for tho Bishop McCld&koy rproimi!gote's the not know that his father is gono. A five head mules, two regulations which are to lo observed' by following stock, etc., kind husband, a good father and neighhead horses, 100 feet lumber, fifty fence bor has gone to a better land. He is the tho faithful in nil of tho Catholic church- posts, fivo tons hay, tw'o road wagons and befirst one of that family to bo taken away. es in the diocese of Louisville.- Lent cash. Following aro the- - regula- one spring wagon and $800 in gins We Are Crowded -.- , . , We at'worK, is pushing us for space. must have if!. Therefore come in and get our last reduction in price on our winter stock of clothing. Our stock is quite ample. We can suit you in every way We want no profit. 1 For room:" Our new stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing for the coming spring season, on which we have two hundred JLouisviUe mechanics if i (f i '"' iu-v- - . U(-- " "V . IS LIFE Worth Living? MANY ANSWER Rut if tlicy bough tt heir h- tf .jo;l':": . P JJKY GOODS, SITOFR .' . i. , sis-tq- ! . Hfc'WI hWs t CARPETS "and OIL CLOTHS. ..'.' ..-- . . i . K & TTAimwAnu ' . i '; ""'"" ii ' - f ''''' : i ' ' ' 3 HAY.: CORN, ' .. ' OATS' " . .. sv . '' (i it i.t' 'b " ' ,fc ttU'- i'i .;fiu. .!.' ,&iiKijS,n,t. .; .,., .,.,,. SULZER'"' They would shout in a voice to-da-y. Obituary. Dr. II. A. Ditto died Monday evening, February 2d, at 7 o'clock, of Bright's disease, after an illness of several months duration. Ho was an old and highly respected citizen of this place. He was a devoted husband and father, a genial, sympathetic friend, and a true Christian. He ministered alike to sick and poor in thcirsuffering, and when duty called was always read to respond. His merry laugh and pleasant jokes always brought cheer to the sick roomand inspired the patient with renewed hope aud vigor. His suffering was great duW ing all his illness, but especially so the past month. Ho has suffered the most excruciating pain, almost more than ho could bear, and ho prayed for death, which was a happy release for him, for ho had no fear for tho future and was willing to go, his only regret being the separation from his family. His death leaves a vacancy in tho community that will bo hard to fill. Ho was our warm, personal friend and family physician, and a tender memory of him and his many acts of kindness will ever remain with us. Ho leaves a wifo and largo family of children to mourn his loss. To them we extend our deepest sympathies, knowing that only time and tho knowledge that "Ho doeth nil things well," can nsiungo their grief. Brandenburg, Ky. TnnnEi,i.. warm-hearted, tions: , YES , I I ,-, I Is. Zulaufs Jewelry Store 0WENSB0R0, Frcderica Street. DENTISTS Ore- - J. H. Taylor & Co., KY. Announcement. FOIl TIIK LEGISLATURE. We are authorised to announce Mr. F. K. HIIODKS, as h candidate for the Legislature. Subject to the action of the Democratic party. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, EEBKUARY LOCALAH - The New Orleans packets during the past week have had on board a largo number of passengers for the Mardi Gras. Prof. Burke C. Scott received by Adams Express a set of brass band instruments, they are imported from Germany. Rev. W. C. Brandon and wife returned homo last Thursday from Evansville, where bo has been assisting Hro. Wolf in a protracted meeting. Postmistress Lelia llenly, who has been confined to her homo for four days with la grippe, is sufficiently improved to resume her duties at the postoffice. The advertising columns of the News this week are especially interesting to bargain hunters, and should be read carefully before making purchases. 11, 1891. BREVITIES. ft 1 ' a r r Como to the Bankrupt House and see how much you will get for 'your money, we don't rise and fall with the river, wo stay at low water mark in prices. J. II. Friday. Moorman. Mrs. Caiit. Gross, of Holt, was in town Mr. Hearst, of the Conncllsville, Pa., Monday. Coal Mining Company, is prospecting in Ciipt. Rowland and wife have gone to this section for a coking coal, and stopped in this city on Monday last. He is Rosetta. Sloan and 5 cent yards, a big bargain. wonderfully pleased with tho Scrim, Rice coal measures near hero, and will Sul zo r's. probably return to examine the matter Miss Jennje Warfield is ill with the more in detail. la grippe. The Owensboro Messenger says: Old C. AV. Moorman went .to Louisville Father Damall Dowdcn, of the Baptist Thursday. church, who lives at Brandenburg, is Canaries (o sell or trade.' Martin's one of tho oldest preachers in tho State, Drug Store. and there is no minister who is more Choice timothy hay at Downier & widley or more favorably known than he. Ilambleton's. Ho is a minister of tho olden time, and White ear corn for sale at Howmer & yet a man of rare power in tho pu'pit. Ilambleton's. The churches under his care will celeChoice eating potatoes at Howmer & brate tho golden anniversary of his ordination to the ministery on tho 15th Ilambleton's. in inst. In tho fifty years ho has preached Mr. Charles Reidel, of Holt, was he has never served as pastor out of tho town Monday. State. He has been elected moderator Rev. Father Hennesy went to Louisif the Goshen Association for thirty-on-e ville Thursday. consecutive years, and in all that time An elegant new line of gents' neck- has never missed a meeting of that body. wear. Sulzer's. An association without him would be a In neckwear we please the most fas- failure. Ho now has tho care of four tidious. Sulzer's. churches, and of Sandy Hill church, ono For molasses of all kinds, go to How- of these, he has been pastor for thirty-sove- n consecutive years, Hcis halo and mer & Ilambleton's. Mrs. 0. D. Temple returned Sunday hearty and bids fair to preach many years more. from Gieonvillo, Miss. For nny kind of canned gooils call at Hot One in Ten Howmer ifcilnmbleton's. "Wo regret to announce the dangerous Of the people you meet from day to day illness of Mrs. Dr. Smith. tips perfectly pure, healthy blood. Tho Dr. H. P.' RafTerty returned to hereditary scrofulous taint afflicts tho Intl., yesterday. large majority pf people, while many Dr. J. D. Hates is reported very ill at others acquire diseases from impure air, improper food and wrong indulgences. his home near Lewisport. necessity for For Northern Early Rose potatoes, go Hence tho imperativp lilcn Tlnod'H SarHfl- a ralinliln lilnml nnrifinr t! to Howmer Ilambleton's. a ! 11 balEAl ciuiiiuiii-- AaSWVV lltl tM1lt If nrt .liAnlAfl utcij jiin'iui, White seed oats direct from Iowa for jKirmu, wmiu blood vitality and health. and gives to tho salo at Howmer & Ilambleton's. It cures scrofula, salt rheum, humors, dome to Iho Bankrupt House for your boils, pimples, and all other affections flour, sugar,, coffee, molasses, etc. caused by impurities or poisonous germs Como'to the Bankrupt House for to- in tho blood. All that is asked for bacco, cigars and confectionaries. Hood's Sarsaparilla is that it bo given a Mrs. W. A. Emberton and Mits Evelen fair trial. Hicks went to Louisville Monday. Obituary. If in need of anything in ,tho eating line, call on Howmer & Hambleton. On the 20th day Of January, death visitJust received, a big lino of ladies,' ed tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. HenryBrown misses' and children's hose. Sulzer's. and took the little twin girls, aged four Mrs. James Mcador, of Sklllman, was months. ' Tho first died at half past visiting her old homo here lnstt week. eleven o'clock p. in., tho second at half V. G. Babbago and Dr. J. T. Baker, past six a. in. Both died of brain fever Hardinsburg, were in tho city last week. Their sufferings were short but very inMrs. W. W. Williams was among tho tense. Thoir stay on earth was also short You will miss your twins, father and pasM5;ers on tho East bound train Monmother, but God has said in His word, day. "Suffer littlo children to como unto me, Mrs. W. II. Howmer went to Louis- for such is the Kingdom of Heaven." ville yesterday accompanied by her son, Weep not, though strivo tho harder to Willie. meet your littlo ones who aro safe in Row Father Riley, of Louisville, spent Heaven!? Console yourselves that they a few days with Father Hennesy last aro in far better hands than yours, for week. there never was anything purer and Como to tho Bankrupt House for your sweeter than tho two littlo angels lying canned fruits, preserves, jellies, oranges, side by side in their casket. Tho remains were laid to rest at the Sandy Hill raisins, Ac. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Keith, of Owens-bpr- burying ground, where Mr. and Mrs. arrived in the city Sunday to visit Brown have buried six. Tho community extends their deepest sympathy to tho his parents. parents, and may they bo susMr. Cy. Tilton, of the L., St. L. & T., bereaved for Columbus, 0., to tained by tho grace of God. left Thursday night Fkom a Friend, visit his family. For fresh fruits givo IJabbage a call. C. P. Babbago Bient Sunday at bomc. Mr. Austin Heaven was in the city New-AlbanM o, kinds of seeds at StuVer's. Next Saturday is Valentine Day. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fover sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box For salo by G. W. Short, Clover-por- t, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Lottery Mail Matter Seized. Camhen, N. J., Jan. 21. Postmastor y Browning mado his third seizure of lottery mail matter addressed to residents of this city. Tho matter consisted of about seventy-fiv- e circulars of tho Louisiana Lottery Company, stating that a drawing of tho lottery would bo hejd on tho 17th day of February, and that all tickets drawing less than $1,000 would be cashed at an address in Boston, and thoso drawing over that amount would be cashed at Now Orleans. In accordance with tho instructions he has received from Washington, Postmaster Browning forwarded tho entire lot to Postmaster General Wnnamaker. N. Y. Sun, Jan. 22d. to-da- aro . ' ' i nil . between Ash Wednesday and, Kaster and THEDFORD'S . ...- -. Sunday aro days,fqr fasting, and pnly ono for Bale by the following merchants in r, full meal is allowed each day with a Dreckenrtdgo County : O. W. Short, Cloverport. light collation in the, evening. llrashenr A Lay, Stephensport. The church exenipts from fasting the weak, the growing, and persons who Have FREE COLUMN. to do hard labor, also women with child, We have several good work horsqa for eale. young ltidlhers' wlfo' riurso" 'their" off12 months time with good security wchkcn'6d"byagc, Will sell on springs, aiid old people J. II. BLYTIli: & DUO. but nob'o'ilychn bo exempt from abstainI havo a farm of, 100 acres, well Improved, ing froiii iiH'meat, c'xx'e'pt in case'of sick- - wlthtd three miles of Guntoft, that I wtll sell v! t cheap for cash. Call on or address ncssi WM.J.STITH, The follow ing dispensations aro allowBowleyvllle, Ky. ed for this diocese by'thc Holy Father: First Meat and milkifood aro allowed Since it is a self evident fact that you must Eat to Live, or Live to at evory meal on Sunday, and every Brockonridyo Circuit Court. Eat, we desire to present to your economical consideration our complete principal ,mcal on Mondays,' Tuesdays, stock of Thursdays and Saturdays wiyi the exJohn M. Jolly On Petition. and andJJast-ereve- ,. ception of Qurttcmber Saturday Elmlna J. Jolly, J , , Vnttnn la hrmhv riven that the above named Second Food in preparation of which John M. Jolly and Klmlna J. Jolly, his wife, piilk used is allowed at, .every supper, have this day tiled in my ouicc, meir joiui praying that the said court and also at tliq,priicipal meals on 'days petition In equity, do empower the aforesaid Elmlna J. Jolly, to on Which meat is forbidden. use, enjojf, sell and convey, for her own use own or acThird Bread, fruit, salad, cold fish and benefit, any property she maydebts of her Appeal to your quire, free from tho claims or with mill; arep allow- husband, the said John M. Jolly ; to make and -:: -:- :- ed nt tlio collation. contracts, sue and be sued as a singlo woman ; and Fourth A piecor9f brejii and a cup of to trade In her own name, and indispose of hor all respects to property by will or deed, coffee, ten or chocolafe may. bo takqn in act as a femme sole. Notice thereof is hereby R. ordered for publication in tho BRicKBNiinaK tho morning. . I Brockenridge News Building, CLOYERPORTKY. Fifth Wlicreyer ij is not a, rule to eat Nrjvs. under my hand as elerk of the said (liven tho principal meal at,no6nl)ic collation court, this 2d day of February, 1691. W. S.SKrLLMAN, Clerk, is allow ed in tho moping) and the prinBreckenridge Circuit Court. cipal meal in tho evening. Sixth Fat and lard ,may hc "ed in & preparing all food whjch is allowed dur'' You should have your ing Lent. ' Seventh Oil Sundas"'n'eltlier fasting nor abstinenco froiii"meat' is required, Nicely polished by tho New York Steam Launbut fish and meat 'must' not be eaten at dry, of Louisville. Daniel S. Duncan, Jr., ono meal during Lent. will call at your residence every Monday and Eighth AH thosee'd exempt from faet-in- g would be glad to have your trade. Best work may eat meat at every meal, if meat guaranteed. K. C. BABBAQE, Agt. is by special dispensation allowed at the principal-mealon those dayB. We mean what wo say, and say to the sowers of Grass' The timo to receive tho Kaster com oueu, xnai we nave a large stock ot lresh New Seed, con- munion in this dioctwo is between the Either of our Stallions Brown's McQuald, CO sisting of Northern White Oats, Red Top, Orchard Grass, first Sunday in Lent and Trinity Sunday, a highly bred trotter or Harpy Thought, a combined bred horse. Both young and sound. V , Timothy, Red Clover and Saplin Clover. Address Jas G. StephensSt., We have been selling Seed for the past twenty years, BEWLEYVILLE. ' or J. Q. Sthdirnh, Ji. fT and all that timo wo have endeavored to givo our customers L School-openeMoiftlay, Feb. 2. uie purest, best ana cleanest seed the market affords. Wo Mr. A. Bennett we'nt 'io Hardinsburg aro offering our field seeds at low figures. Bo sure and get T All week days during the Lenten time McElree's Wine of Cardul ,A - ..,.,, ., . -- . " You Must Eat! " V GENERAL GROCERIES, Careful Selection, Reasonable Prices, Pure Goods, d Reason Pocket Health E. MOORMAN. GentlemeD Ladies Collars and Cuffs j lb, s For Sale. (fl Mondajv-'- . i'" Rev. Mr. Davenifdrl filled his Usual appointment at the" M. K. church Sun ' '" day. Mr. C. M. SanderS, of Klizabethtown, was in town Monday." i iq Mr. John Kasey returned from Louisville Friday morning., Miss Lena D'rury is at homo from her school at Lodiburg. The Sage of Seguin, Miss Katio Burkhardt loft Tuesday for Austin, Texas, August8, 1885, To Mit. A. K. Hawkes Dear Sir : It Ekron, where sha..w,ijl visit her uncle, gives me pleasure to say that I have been Mr. Gus Dqwell. , ,.M . using your glasses for somo time past When you visit tha.Gash Store, do not with much satisfaction. For clearness, fail t,o examine. thOllifBitotroI pictures '. v ' .. softness and for all purposes intended, on display thqrq. they aro not surpassed by any that I have Miss Sue Cox- has accepted a position over worn. I would recommend them as governess in of Tr. P; W.' to all who want a superior glass. I ani Footo. 1. 1. very respectfully yours, Miss. Annie Hodgus will oiien school John Ireland, Monday at BetheL ""' Ex-G- o v. of TKxas. Mrs. G. Harrison and 'children aro visAll eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by iting Mr. and Mrs. C. h. Drory. G. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky. Mr. Chas. PatO is tho guest of his sisPensions and Patents. ter, Mrs. D. K. Johnson'.' Frank L. Hancock, of Owensboro, U.S. Mr. K. K. Hardaway left Monday to Patent and Pension Attorney, will bo in Cloverport February 25th and 20th. You accept a position on tho N. N. & M. V. aro cordially invited to moot mo. Advice 11. II. free. I refer you to Hon. William. T. Miss C)ara Adkissoni pf Gtiston, is tho Ellis as to my qualifications and honesty. guest of hor grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 7w Frank L. Hancock. II. Cain. Mr. Will Paul Bpcnt soveral days last week in tho city. Mr. Alford Payno is quite ill with typhoid lever. Miss Mary Sn,yer is visiting jn Samfliel-famil- Valuable Farm for Sale! X J Containing 300 acres. 200 acres cleared , 100 in fine timber, situated on the Hardinsburg and Cloverport Turnpike, two miles West of I ID Hardinsburg and eight miles East of Clovorport. t Forty acres sown in wheat, forty acres good corn ground, and twenty acres for oats, ten acres for tohacco, the remainder in grass. our rock bottom prices before buying elsewhere. If you wish Fertilizers to go with your Oats, we havo a supply of u,u wuiwihiuu i uru uono v erunzers, wnicn is known all over this part of the country. Our experience in this goods has proven them to bo equal to any, a talk with mo larmers teacties us that ono of the best results from Fertilizers is when it is properly used in Oat crop. - Tf tyo tenant houses, two barns, and well supplied with water tho year round, two orchards, one bearing, tho otlicrjust set out. This is a splendid farm and well suited for raising stock. Will bo sold at a low prico snd on reason able terms. For further particulars address J. T. ROBARDS. Hardinsburg, Ky. Improvements, one dwelling and .i' B. F. BEARD & CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. Printers' Ink A JOOIt.VAL FOIl ADVERTISERS. ! pOYAl ple . . , .. POWDER Absolutely Pure. of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. U. S. Government Iteporl, Aug. 17, 1889. A cream Do you need a nice suit of clothing, or a commqn suit, or ail overcoat? If you do, why don't you como at onco to tho Cash Store before tho stock i is run down boys' and gct.it at cost? Men's-suits- , suits, pants,- overcoats, all at cost. Wout close put tho clothing on hand muV tandlp It in the future on a different OE0. P. R0WKLL4 CO., plan. Come and sco, and if you don't Newspaper Advertising Bureau, think you will save from ono to five dol10 Spruco St., New York. lars on a suit, don't buy. My stock in other lines of goods'ls" largo for tlio sea-soI'OIl TUB 1ILOOD, Weakness. Malaria. Indlroitlon and aud all 'sold as heretofore at the Biliousness, take lowest cash rate. You will save monoy UllOtVN'S inON DITTBnS. It cures quickly. For sale by all dealers In by buying of the Cash Store. medicine, Oct tho pcmilne. u, the representative Journal the trade Journal of American adver tisers. It indicates to the inexperienced adver User how, when, and where ha should advei Use j how to write an advertisement; how dliplajr one; what newspapers to use: how much money to expend in faot, discourses on every point that admits of profitable diseusslon. Advertising Is an art practiced by many but un derstood by few. The conductors of Printers' Ink underitand it, and their advice Is based on an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e years In placing advertlsetng contracts for many of the largest and most successful advertisers. A year's subscription costs but two dollars i sample copies Free. Address t Ii Issued weekly, and IS E 88 e. JE D Hambleton House busi-ncs- S s. Cloth WindowShades with a handsome border, mounted on spring rollers ready for hanging size 3x6 feet, a bargain. Wi)l buy a pair of HARDINSBURG, KY. V.G.TURPIN, - - Proprietor. This house is now open for It has been thoroughly d repaired and refurnished throughout and is now in s condition. Vc solicit the traveling public to give us a call. Rates over-haulefirst-clas- reasonable, V. G. TURPIN, Prop',-- . J.D.BABBAGE, Wall Paper & Wlndnw Shades. x mtesfliiiirGGs Cloverport, Ky. Mm Stnd your Ordtrto W can ." pleitt r I ERDMAN BROS. Loulsvllle.Ky. tnm "... .... x..t you. uiP $2.00 per 13 mm N .liJSSSSl m.m OftPr i iv "Connubial Felicity." The Ijiuulnln Didn't SIiib II, NEWS AND COMMENT: Chan. Gabbert practiced medicine hero -:- -. There Is u big Ciptist church, colored, Muqh has leen said on this time-wor- n Ho married Mihh Mary BOino lime. Gladstone has been outvoted in the subject so much that I really doubt my out in tho northwestern part of the city. to Ilockport, Ind., LIghtfoot and moved A man standing at the intersection of where he died a few years since. Dr. J. British Parlia nent and Parnell npj)earfl ability to produce nny fresh ideas. Old REMINISCENCES. 1 Vermont nvcmie nnd T street might hit to be regaining power. maids, of course, have no personal expe- it with ii stone without overexerting L. Nourse. n skillful dentist, was for n uv an oi.TvriMr.it. Tho eleventh census announces that rience in such matters, but they can himself. The pastor of that church is u number of years a resident here, and died some years since. Dr.. Lewis, wife there nre 140 distinct religious sects in learn much from observation, nnd this good deal of u vocalist, and nothing No. 10. one, with tho editor's permission, would pleases his congregation more than hie and son, located here after the war; nil the United States, besides many TIio growth of Cloverport wan given aro now dead. Dr. Jas. T. Owen located congregations. llko to give vent to a few of her opinions. excellent renditions of gospel hymns. nn impetus by tlio opening up of thu here in 1871, and is nctlvcly engaged in We nre told thnt inari-iagearo made There was n meeting in that church one The revolution In Chili, which nt first evening, and everything was moving Breckenridge Cannel Coal Mines, and tho practice ot his profession. A. J. to triumph, has met in heaven, but judging from the dis- along very pleasantly when the pastor seemed destined much benefit to the town was oxpected Wilkinson nnd wife were forn number so often meet with, we are inwith reverso and the Government is re cords we said: "Now. wo are going to take up a to accrue, from that entcrpriBO, nor was of years citizens, lloth have passed clined to believe that Satan steps in oc collection, nnd If tho amount donated is gaining its lost positions. it disappointing in this reaped. Per- away. casionally and kicks up some pretty satisfactorily largo I will sing for you Tho indications aro that enough sons from a distance began moving in yon asic for.' Congressmen will be com- lively rackets with not a fuw of these sing anything ronsid-erabl- e J. E. Keith married Samuel Heist's and business was enlivened to a The congregation then shelled out its wedded pairs. Matrimony is all right. daughter, nnd settled here, and has been pelled by their constituents to vote for Marriage is liot a failure only as the par contribution. It mnst havo been "satisextent. for several years a Justice of the Peace. the Freo Coinage silver bill to insure ties concerned make it so. But how factorily large," for the pastor stopped ' T. F. Satterfleld moved here from John Steel, the father of Wesley, Daniel tho passage of the measure nnd fetch many there are who nre cither mismatcd to the front nnd said: "I'll sing now. What shall it be? Express your preferinto the unpleasant Piinccton in 185.1, and for awhile kept and Harvey, tho latter nbw dead, 'was Benjamin Hnrrison or do not try to make tho best of their ences." tho Murray Hotel, during which time an old settler hero and is remembered predicament of having to apply his little opportunities They quarrel over little "Annie Roonoy,' said somebody in Applegate and Carothere were building well by tho older citizens. Geo. II. veto. petty affairs that a child would scarcely one of tho renr scats, nnd tho preacher's ! It is sweet to live, but oh how bitter notice, and make homo miserable for wratli was momentarily shrouded in a a new bridge across Clover creek and Gregory has been a resident since 1848. to be troubled witli a cough, day and days over some trivial affair that could burst of laughter. boarded with him. Afterward ho had a John C. Heist, one of tho three broth"I'll 'AniiTo Itooney' you," shouted the store at Bennettsvilie, and subsequently ers and postmasters, an old citizen, died night. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, however, havo been forgotten in five minutes. offended shepherd, but the joker had deremedy. 25 cents. Harnett Lillard is a sure for a number of years was engaged in several years since. Now wo think it extrcinoly selfish of parted with sensible nlacrity. WashI Mythroat is "I cannot sing business here, and died recently ripe in moved hero in 1850. He bought of Jns. husband and wife to brood over their ington Star. years and enjoying the confidence and Manion the houto in which he still sore." "Of course you haven't triul quarrels, to sit around with long, gloomy The Pulpit and the Stage. lived. M. Hammon moved heroin 1800. Salvation Oil?" "No." "Then get it, renpect of the community generally. faces and look as if the whole world had Jas. Manion had the contract for grad- nnd you will sing like the birds." Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United i gone wrong with them, thus rendering C. M. Dow ell occupied the residence ing tho road to Bennettsvilie, and while Tho Senate has passed the Pension every ono around them miserable, espe- Brethercn Church, Blue Mound, Kan., of which Dr. Warfield died possessed, engaged at that secured funds and built Appropriation bill. Tho measure car- cially their children. We would sug- says: "I feel it my duly to tell what lived there awhile, subsequently kept the first Catholic church here, a brick, ries $11, 17:1,083 for pensions ; SI ,500,000 gest Unit t'jey remember the good quali- wonders Dr. King's New Discovery lias the Haynes Hotel, now the Cloverport, which, was torn down and a new church for fees and expenses of examining sur- ties in the companion they have chosen done for me. My Lungs were badly disagents' sala- for life, and and afterward moved to Arkansas. Wil built by Father Iliggins, who was quite geons ; $72,000 for thouauy acts of kindness eased, ond my parishioners thought I ries and $400,000 for clerk hire. Mr. that havo been performed, and for a di- could live only a few Weeks. I took five lis Y. Hardin, of near IJig Spring, built a favorite with the people here. even this enor- versity of thought perform some little bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery nnd the house now owned and occupied by Capt. J. Sawyer, nn old sea captain Allison admitted that Dr. I'aj nter. Willis was then regarded mous appropriation would probably be act of kindness for some one around you, am sound nnd well, gaining 20 lbs. in and river man, and Ed. Cowden, his insufficient. Courier Journal. as a confirmed old bachelor, but was do something to cheer one who has a weight." were engaged in business fond of visiting the Indies, and would here some years. Arthur Love, Manager of Love's Funny Enoch Brabson and Charles Stewart, real sorrow, and mcthinks you will find Both died some tirao "Mention this paper. tell them that he wanted to marry a since. Dr. W. B. two counterfeiters who havo been oper- that better medicine than brooding over Folks Combination, writes: "After a White moved hero in widow with several children, so as to thorougirtrinl and convincing evidence, unpleasant subjects nnd looking sour. 1805 and engaged in business. Itichard ating in Louisville for months, were surgive him a fair start. Wo think it disloyal in either husband I am confident that Dr. King's New DisD. Witt, whoso estimable nnd aged prised by detectives last Wednesday while eating their dinner in their shop. or wife to speak disparagingly of each covery for. Consumption beats 'em all, mother still lives, grew up with the S. D. Haynes built the Haynes Hotel, town and remains with it. His brother, Both are notorious operators, nnd their other. Whatever fault they havo to und cures when everything else fails. now the Cloverport, kept it a consideraAdd. Witt, finally settled in Hardins-bur- spurious coin is pronounced to be the find, let it be done in private. It is not The greatest kindness I can do my many ble length of time, sold out and moved pleasant to have our faults paraded at Such thousand friends is to urge them to and it is said is making money-sell- ing best counterfeit ever made. to Green river. W. II. Haynes, for a A bill introduced by Mr. Wilson, of any time, and especially is this thu cas.e try it. Free trial bottles nt G. W. Short's, goods below cost which ho exlong time head sawyer at It. It. Pierce's plains by saying that the "immense bus- Kentucky, to divide tho State of Ken- when strangeisare present; and ollcw Cloverport, Ky., nnd J. A. Witt's, saw mill in the bend of the creek, also iness Ky. Regular sizo 50c. and $1 .00 done enables him to sell at such tucky into two Federal judicial districts, mo to say such conversations aro not moved to Green river, where he died a rates." Jasper Dyer has been here is pending in the House Committee on ngreeablo to visitors. AVe think parents A Snenk Tiller. Dlcut. few years since. John A. Gregory and long g enough to bo classed as an old citi- Judiciary. Tho Democrats of the Ken- who talk about each other in a A traveling salesman for n New York Henry Gregory, ltntli recently deceased, zen, as has Jacob manner to their children, make jewelry house left two sample cases May. P. S. Miller tucky delegation suspect tlint the adminin a were also for a number of years em- will, for obvious reasons, not be named istration is back of Mr. Wilson's bill, n great mistake, for we are taught to railway coach Monday on the way from ployed at this mill. J. It. DcIIavcn in that clnss, nor will Jimmie Wheeler. and that its sole purpose is to create honor nnd respect our parents above all Oswego to Syracuse, while he went formoved to town during this time, bought F. Fraize, former Sheriff patronage in this others, nnd it is painful to children to ward to smoke. Wbjjn he returned the nnd County more ltepublican and improved the property where he Clerk, took up his residence hear the faults of either discussed. cases w'ere gone. A trainman reported here in State. now lives, and was for a term of years 1850. that a passenger heavily loaded witb bag. Dr. T. N. Wnrfield moved here Two more mine horrors occurred in Husband nnd wife should not garner gagoleft at Phcnix. Tho Marshal of Cloverport and afterward from Hardinsburg in 1852, salesman took and died re- Pennsylvania on tho 4th. One at Jeans- - bitter thoughts against each other. If the first train there, nnd Police Judge. bitter thoughts will sometimes arise, do found the man in bed nt with police aid cently. ville resulted in the death of eighteen a hotel and renot nurse them, but use all your will covered tho cases intact. The thief had It. L. Newsom came to Cloverport in miners, and was caused by the water, power to forget Webb, now of Louisville, W. II. them. Just think of opened one case, and finding it contained which had accumulated in an abandoned moved to Cloverport from Iing Lick, 1851 and taught school in the old acadtho long years etn tched out liefore you only n lute Riblo concluded he hod ." engaged emy, and engaged afterwards in the shaft, breaking through into the work- and and was for a number of years try to keep peace at all times. Do robbed a book agent and disgustedly went ings nnd drowning the miners. The first in the mercantile and then in the drug business. Dr. Brown began the not consider yourself the abused party to bed without examining tho other case, Wilkes-barr. im tx i 1). Hambleton rein which were $325 in cash and $700 practice of medicine hero in 1871. Hen other, which occurred near tobacco business. resulted from causes exactly sim- at nil times nnd your partner always nt worth of jewelry. Philadelphia Ledger. same time from Sul- ry Haynes and James England erected moved about the fault; you are net an angel by' nny phur Spring, on Itough Creek, to Clover-lor- t, tho building near Miller's livery stable, ilar to those at Jeansvillc, and resulted means, so look after yourself more closeDr. Acker's English Fills and was for a number of years a and engaged in general trading for sev- in the death of three miners. ly nnd inspect your own faults. Try Aro active, effective and pure. For sick &5imiKSh Dispatches from Iondon state that a prominent merchant and tobacco dealer, eral years, the former returning to Grayinstend of deploring headache, disordered stomach, loss of more pronounced and active Socialistic doing business a portion of the time for son county, the latter to Tobin's Bottom, the faults of your other half, and rethe firm of Will Wntkins & Co, engaged where a son of his still lives. Both are agitation is in progress throughout Eu member a quarrel does not exist unless appetite, bad complexion and biliousin stemming tobacco at the old Harris now dead. James T. Miller and his rope this spring than ever before, nnd two aro implicated, so if ono refuses to ness, they havo never been equaled, ehtemmery, IJ. J. Adams having bought brother, Isaac, moved here in 1850 and that elaborate preparations nro being quarrel there will bo very little fuel left either in America or abroad. For Sale A complete wreck of domestic happiness has often resulted from the property. Shortly after Hambleton, engaged in the grocery and feed busi made for a tremendous labor demonstra- to bum. if tunes aro ham and money by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and badly washed dishes, from an unclean kitchen, or from trifles which Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. A. B. Skillman and W. II. Bowmer ness. The latter died a few years since. tion on the first day of May, to extend scarce, seemed light ao air. But by these things n man often judges of his that is all tho more reason cheercame to town, and the three formed a Lane Wood is nn old resident. Jns. T. throughout nil Europe west of Itussin. fulness should reign, so the priyations wife's devotion to her family, and charges her with goneral noglect The Right Rov. Dr. Stanton, Anglican partnership and did a large business, es- Skillman moved here in 1870. Other The Socialistic propaganda is no longer of the present will be easier borne. bishop of nt rthern Queensland, Austra when he finds her careless in these particulars. Many a home 6wes confined to the actual working classes, supolder citizens were James, Henry and pecially in groceries, buying their The man and wife who havo a comlia, is a particularly muscular Christian a large part of its thrifty neatness and its consequent happiness to plies either in New Orleans or on the John Holder, Ed. Wells, Jonas Noakes, but has entered into the army and fortable home, arid whoso children are During tho strike he helped n SAPOLIO. coast above, in lots of 50 to 100 hogs- Allen Murphy, A. J. Johnson, Itichard among all classes. sound in mind and body, and have men to load a sugar ship, hands being -scarce, while earlier in his episcojiato he The gold standard men are trying hard brought no disgrace upon heads of sugar, and coffee and molasses and James II. Itogers, Jas. L. Patterson, Grocers often substitute cheaper goods for SAI'OMO, to make a their parents, horrified, one eheepfoldof bis scattered in proportion. John C. Martin bought Barnet Bolder, Joseph Porter, John L. to smother the Free Coinage silver bill in but have grown to manhood and womanbetter prom. Scud back aucli articles, nnd Insist on bavins Just what flock by walking from the wharf to the out John Millett, and did a large busi- Cully, Lewis Moorman, James Moor the House Committee, but thu ExecuVon ortlered.lLtL hood with unsullied characters, havo hotel, carrying ono end of his trunk wi ilt tive Council of the National Organiza much to bo thankful ness in dry goods, groc ries, etc. P. V. man, John Wilkinson, Frank Hon". Mack woman carried tbo other. for, and tho p rents B tion of Farmers and Laborers now in who will quarrel Duncan also did n conwderable business and bring discord into In the narratives given it may be session nt Washington have declared their families under such in goods in connection with his tobacco Do Not Suffer Any Longer. circumstances, stated that of tho older citizens are that Congressmen must face tho meas- are unjust to their God nnd to the blessbusiness. Baldorf & Bro. subsequently named such ns occur to the writer nt the Knowing that a cough can bo checked ure and obey the will of tho people as did. a large business herein dry goods, time, omitting in a day, and the first stages of consumpninny equally worthy, expressed at tho last elections, or be ings he has bestowed upon them. It is as pleatant to the taste as lesion drifting finally to Henderson, where To the newly married we would say, tion broken inn week, we hereby guaransyrup. and leaving out the younger and those everlastingly cleaned out. The Council beware of petty thev hae made quite a success. The smallest infant will take it and quarrels. Let each tee Dr. Acker's English Cough Remedy, who came in Inter. never know it is medicine. will interview the committee having the shield and overlook the faults of the and will refund tho money to all who Children cry for it. Sever fails to Good mnnncrs lire made up of petty bill in charge and demand thu cause of The merchants here alluded to all cure. othei. Do not sneer at nor hurl sarcas- buy, take it ns per directions, nnd do Chilli once broken will not return. had the benefit of the Grayson trade sacrifices. Why not. then sacrifice 25 delay in reporting it back to the House. tic, insinuating speeches at each Post you only half the price of other other. not find our statement correct. For heretofore mentioned, nnd for which cents and buy a box of Old Saul's Catarrh During tho great political shaking up Do not give little nasty digs about tho Salo by G. W. Short, Chill Tonics. Cloverport, Ky., Vo quinine needed. No purgative the competition between them was quite Cure when suffering from nasal catarrh. of last November, the Republicans had a shortcomings of each other we are not and Witt & needed. Mendor, Hnrdinsburg, Ky. spirited. Mothers will grow weary and sigh over grain of comfort in the thought that perfect by any means; then do not exContains no poison. Cheaper than quinine. tho baby's troubles when Dr. Bull's they had carried Oklahoma, and the pect to find what the world does not conThe Lomlim Clearing Iloiiae. It purifies the blood and removes at? B. L. Duncan at one time did a large Baby Syrup would relieve the child Democrats magnanimously conceded to tain, namely, a perfect man or woman, malarial poison frpm the system. at The daily average at the London business here; he afterward moved to once. It is as large as any dollar tonio W them tho political supremacy of that ltemeniber that forbearance is a virtue clearing house for 1888 amounted to ' Indiana nnd then to Owensboro. His 22,250.000. If, these transactions for a RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS. budding commonwealth. But at the that must exist between happily married HWfaX TyTr,ifafHfMKssn sW Obituary. single day were settled in coin it would death is of recent date. William Witt, Eihtou BiiKCKKNitiwiK News: territorial elections on tho 4th, tho Dem- couples, and as a rule it rests with you require 175 tons of gold or 2,781 tons of -whose father formerly lived here, after mSBt&v 111 the death of Dr. II. A. Ditto on the ocratic and Alliance fusion swept every- whether you make marriage a success or silver, while probably the documents hfWA'-hSmmKKSMM..A living at Hartford and Fordsville, re- 2d inst., Meade county has lost thing, the Democrats carrying oil the failure. There is something in the very COKKSSHTILLI, ono of UlM., DM. 11, 1898. actually used did not weigh more than 'j . Pixit MiDicim Co , Pull, Teiu.i moved again to Cloverport in 18.38, and its best citizens, society one of greater portion of the honors. name of home. It is the placo of all a hundredweight. m thrr dottn f Tour Grove Taate its best flrasr btnd Gentleman's Magalew Chill Tdl'4. ( wm pleated wuft tj.4 lot pom joii is now one of the oldest members of the members, and the public one of zine. Cleveland and Governor others where peace, happiness and good opU wre- deligbud wiiK (U I Jut mmrorr. Th its best your Chill to aonit Cloverjvort Baptist church, of which he physicians. Any fart and warthr Tonioemaciated, cblllrrn wN wero pale resolutions adopted by Hill, of New York, met for tho first time cheer should reign supreme; so pause, and bariof bad tfarofelo cbllU for month )aat, ooe of them tor a Tear, aod has long been n deacon. John W. the church of which ho was an That Terrible Oough within thiM week after beglnnluc w'U) tbe'CMII honored in two years at a private dinner given and think before you bring discord Ton'o ibey were bate aod heart, with red and roi Haitt, who died a few years since, was member, or by any society of which l chwks uarted UkaaabaTm he by State Senator Brown at tho Manhat- there. Do not keep all your smiles nnd In tho morning, hurried or difficult V. H. STINSQN, U. D, long a valued member of the County was a member, referring to his tan Club on the Ulst. During these two pretty speeches for visitors, but scatter breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in memory t VOH HA.LH UY I -- i.n Court, and for many years as a Justice of as a Christian gentleman, a good citizen, years a good deal has been said of ai es- them lavishly around your own fireside. thu chest, quickned pulse, chlllness in most of the hus'itu'SH here a skillful, humane and hard the Peace did tho evening or sweats at night, all or any working trangement between theso two distinOnkok.tiii: Maids. in that line. physician, has my endorsement in ad- guished Democrats, but tho happy and of these things are tho Unit stages of conCloverport, Ky. vance. But, Mr. Editor, Dr. Ditto's complimentary sumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough remarks which were W.B.Jones, before thu war, bought deatli comes to me so much in the naKissed between them nre sufficient to set Happy Hoosiers. Remedy will euro theso fearful symptoms tho property now tho residence of W. ture of a personal loss that I trust you at rest these rumors of ill feeling nnd Win Timinons, Postmaster of Idaville, nnd is sold undur a positive guarantee II. Bowmer, by whom it has been hand- will indulge me in what may Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters lias dono by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and seem a distrust. somely improved and afterward moved selfish desire to pay my tribute person or Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. The Supreme Court has granted the more for mu than all other medicine comto A rkansas, where he died a few years ally to his memory, and to talk about application for u writ of prohibition filed bined, for that bad feeling arising from Anil receive for Ono year since. This property, formerly known him ns my friend. by the Canadian Government in the Kidney and Liver trouble." John Leslie, as tho "little red brick," was then noted In Dr. Ditto's demise, death takes case of the Canadian schooner, Sayward, farmer and stockman of same place says : -- AND shh"bbbbbk"bbbbbbbbbbkV as the home of two young ladies re from mo a g friend by whose side detained by order of the District Court "Find Electric Bitters to bo the' best markable for their many traits of char- I havo worked for the entire period of of Alaska for catching seals in Behring Kidney and Liver medicine, makes me BOTH FOIl $2.60. Capital Stock $25,000. acter, and in w hose company the young our professional career. Wo were born Sea. This decision of tho Supreme feel like a now man." J. W. Gardner, At tho Head men delighted to dwell. Their mother in Meade county and reared in the Court is a sore vexation to Mr. Blaine hardware merchant, samo town, Bays.' of Young People's Magazines. U. P. DEAHD. I'reniili-nt- . was Mrs. E. B. Allen, sister of Col. D. It. samo community. We entered together and the administration in the midst of Electric Bitters is just tho thing forn man WILL MII.I.KU. Murray and of Mrs. Elizabeth Sebastian, tho University of Louisville, in M. II. I1KAIUI, 1852, ns their efforts to dazlo tho eyes of thu who is all run down and don't care wheththu latter of whom, tho last of the fam- medical students. Wo studied er ho lives or dies; ho found now strength our pro- public with a brilliant foreign policy. i. W. UKAlU) ily, died Dec. 12, J880. The daughters fession together, graduated in tho M 'Ultl.-- K&KIUIHIK Dlroct same Gov. Buckner rose to a question of good appetito and felt just like he had a were Misses E. E. and E. Allen, class, and except for a few years ft. M JOLLY. that we Mjrsonal privilege in tho Constitutional new lease on life. Only 50c. a bottle, at K1LAR6ED.1 the former of whom became Mrs. T. F. occupied locations not remote from each Convention last Thursday and proceeded G. W. Short's, Cloverjiort, Ky., and J. A i IMYJTIN6 jPAGES5? Satterfleld, now living on her farm mid ) rue deposits. other, we have practiced our profession to refuto statements which had appeared Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. town, the other Mrs. It. It. together; not as partners in business,- - in certain newspapers and which ho conPierce. She died suddenly in LouisBEAUTIFULLY nor as rivals, but as neighbors in the strued to have special reference to him- The Best of All Kentucky "Weeklies. ville, Dec. 0, 1874. fullest sense of that term. We had self. Ho declared lLLUSTflKTCM sitffPMI,vccaoL)lAshkvim.e, X. C. Jan. 10tli,18!)l. that ho had too much learned each other's ways and to havo respect for delegates Elenriqimrlrrs for Stories. VWiyift-.- ! and tho Convention To tub Kditoii or tub Newb. Of the Crittenden family (Col. Mur- confidence in tho friendship of each othArticles, Some good friend ltns been sending ray's last wife), none aro left, white or er's purposes. This generous confidence to let go unchallenged the statement that ho viewed tho proceedings hero mo The Nkwh, nnd who lio or alio may T. T. Critten- and candid nature forestalled any colored, except Poems, etc. N&No.. spirit Z den, of Missouri, and "Gov." Garrett of rivalry and left ono only with a desire with contempt. Ho has been absent be, I wiali to thank them for thu kind-nes- a DrilU, Fertilizer Cemtit, Micb Grain but ono day when ho could havo been tlioy have returned to ono who is Crittenden, colored, of Cloverport, and to cmulnto his faith and confidence in Five Little Peppers. Grown Up., In his seat. Hu has other duties which very grateful for a remembrance. f, Suit, Lime. C nl Oil Br Margaret Sidney. ilinn I the latter, though neither an ADDISON, KY. his fellow. Thu oven tenor of our way make demands Cab and Caboose : the Rise of a Striiht uon his time, but al- ran Bafely Bay, The Newh is tho best week- Is the place to buy SEW I NO Ilnrrnl, Plalr Hir, h '! cannot do has run so smoothly for so long that "ernor nor Kailroad Hoy. By Kirk Monroe. MACHINE for ly I over rend and ono of tho best Ken- less money than any pbr pjsce In the country surpassed by the former in oint of po- professional jealousy has- - only become a ways holds himself in readiness to V om BABYUNO, Mi"i""TBj PAur, a call when his presence is needed. tucky papcre. I enjoyed reading it, an The machlies I sell are equal to any that & liteness. momory with mo ono I trust never to ajlar.i to $5U S. ajtar. KOMI, ft aytar, much iw over I did letter from home. agents cbarge from $35say or nofor: I guaranSpecimen of any one, s cenU ( of the four, tee them to be what I be rovived. Yet the remainder of my Our Very Best People trado. Agentr Brick, Plow Dandles, Pice Flopnne al15 cents. I feel that coming to AhIiovHIo and wll say tbe machine Is no account, beways kept on hRnd Orders acDr. Itichard W. Murray was for a life will not be long enough for mo to Confirm our statement when wo say that Jso. D. Daiiiiacik, Publisher, breathing thin flno mountain air has been came the large difference In our prices, but 1 companied by cash prompt number of years a practicing physician learn another man and to know him Dr. Acker's English Remedy is in overy flguroon this as on ererytblog handle, cut il Cloverport, Ky. a great benefit to us all, for which I am as low as it can be cut. 'My I Motto" qulok li tilled hero. He now lives at Ilockport, Ind. and appreciate his motives and inten- way superior to any and all other presales and Da profit. thankful, but tlcro is no place liko my Hii.iu lltiu rurtun.iliarrhrfnmail.M Capt, J. M. White, who built several tions as I have known and appreciated parations for tho Throat und Lungs. In Two drawer wwkfur u., bf Ai.ua r.r, Aoilli., "Kentucky Home," and your paper was low arm, with dropleaf finger 8ewlng Machine ami .mo, iionn, lelrdo.Uhlo. all attachments, $19,50 commanded a number of the finest Dr. Henry A. Ditto. and Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic Why Noma rain OT.rflOO.OU Hire il.il Ollirriandolnct.Mr.il. a Tho stricken and bereaved family of and relieves at once. Wo offer you a read with joy. That The Uiieckexhiimie ebtnei, drawer droplear 8lnger Sewing Ma- steamboats in tho Southern trude, and iioulli. Yn ranilo iba ot and lira high arm,,wltb all ut'aohmeUf $19.50 News may meet with success wherever it . vrlirrr.rr ru an. Kran ba. ' aliiiirra ara rn.ll .in.luit from St 10 who was ono of tho most popular boats-me- n grown sons and daughters, with their sninplo liottlo free. Romoniber, this goes Send me a cb'ecjc'or the money by reelatei LOST or Pi LINO M Avsrnrm. unK-- . rj: is our sincere wish. fMlailar All .(.a. U a .Ur ran tiarr encru ana n && v u u a ueaujx xi letter, and I will sblp you a machine to any and alaii r.111. Ian urk In inara llraa ever engaged t" l'10-- trade, married invalid mother, need no words of assur- Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee akneu of Body and Very Respectfully, part of tbe country, r)VI..V.n. ...jhunr a all Ilia lima. Illf nian.jr fur vrork- aiiliilflll XrrarafirI!rA.ataln Mind. Etf.eti -. Miss Jano Sebastian, who died some ance from mo to know how deeply I For Salo by G. W. Short, Cloverport, mnih Ull, .i.K HIIOOI)follT llMUnd. M. l.f.l.ri. tit I . Ilespeotfully, Lkttik L. SniAitT. sim(ia.nsaK,uioirsLorsuouitKSrKTSoer. Ia.aalllll,.l- .. ., I.1"" amlVMiularfiil. I'arllrul.nrrtf. It.lX K80 I'urtluilU,Muluyears since in New Orleans, as did he, sympathize with them. Ky., and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, HOXK iU.l.l.lr e.r.lll.iSUUl d It a ..7. h, V. ADDISON, m l..tllj tnm to r.rl CaulrUa. WriU Ik.av. Dr. Da. D. C. Pisv. Ky. more recently, in Cloverport. Valentines nt Unbbnge's. Addlion, Ky, Ufetw ERIE MEOIOAL CO.. BUrTAlo, N. Y. Large Htock of ViilcntiiieH at Hablmgo'a Breckenridge News. v inile-IR'iule- nt 1891 FRANK S.COOK. : s LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES, DOORS, V 1 ht Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET. 15th & 16th STS., son-in-la- LOUISVILLE, KY. V g, Ilnr-dinsbur-g, fault-findin- Ind. e, nSYgrseem ro grow old.Try d,ca.k- more worf Busy wives who MorsSd)sehoes rhe brighter." a "Some UvegS? belike- - ' LJ use SAP. non-unio- ( GROVE'S TASTELESS CHSLL TONIC V ; i, W3Sm$MgKSU RW9ffiftBs(MssH WARRANTED l nt cloverport' ky ' , XlsfK life-lon- HAEDINSBTJEG NEWS t. SEND US S2.SO WIDE AWAKE - (o t: A vH Cn-hl- r. 'rti?r O BEKr,MQimr x20cl GREGORY & CO., Ex-Go- Reapers and Mowers, PlH-tH- L. D. ADDISON'S cx-go- mi-sw- er Pine Poplar Shingles unirii - M 4ae OR MEN ONLY! lidil-JWM?KT-'-TmUTMr.NT-BM.ai. ., - )) wM - .,,..'" t- --- tLt tm r v r:x "rf f