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Tlitroud to opulence lies knee-dco- p through printer's Ink. jirttoiMMatflimuii liifinnrVlii swpi " w " u.w " -- ,. a w ixw". f' THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVEKPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBUAEY 18, 1891. KIKE Tradesman, this newspaper clr ctilatet in the hornet of people buying the kind of goods you may have to sell. Moral Invite them to your store. ' .s VOL. XV. I am sti I In? liy tny ii NO. 30. EXCITEMENT IN ROCHESTER. The Commotion Caused by tho Statement of a Physician. An unusual article from tho Rochester, and Chronicle, was recently republished in this paper nnd wns a subject of much comment. Thnt the article caused even moro commotion in Rochester, the following from tho same paper shows: n Dr. J. B. Ilcnion, who is not only in Rochester, but in nearly every part of America, sent an extended article to this paper a few days since which was duly published, detailing his remarkable experience and rcscuo from what seemed to bo certain death. It would be impossible to enumerate, tho personal inquiries which havo been made at our office ns to tho validity of the article, but they have been so numerous that further investigation of the subject was deemed necessary. With this end in view a representative of this paper called on Dr. Ilcnion, at his residence, when tho following interview occurred : "That articlu of yours, Doctor, has created quite a whirlwind. Are the statements nbont tho terrible condition you were in, and the way you were rescued, such as you can sustain ?" "Every one of them and many addi tional ones. I was brought so low by neglecting tho first nnd most Bimplo symptoms. I did not think I was sick. It is true I had frequent headaches; felt tircll most of the timo; could eat nothing ono day and was ravenous the next; felt dull pains and my stomach was out of order, but I did not think it meant anything serious. "Tho medical profession has been treating symptoms instead of diseases for years, and it is high time it ceased. The symptoms I have just mentioned or nny unusual nction or irritation of the wnter channels indicate the approach of kidney disease moro than a cough announces the coming of consumption. Wo do not treat the cough, but try to help tho lungs. AVo should not waste our timo trying to relieve tho headache, pains about the body or other symptoms, but go directly to the kidneys, the source of most of these ailments." "This, then, is what you meant when you said that moro than one-hathe deaths which occur arise from Bright's disease, is it, Doctor?" "Precisely. Thousands of diseases are which in reality torturing people arc Bright's diseaso in some of its many monster forms. It is a Hydra-heade- d and tho 8lightestsymptoms should striko terror to every one who has them. I can look back and recall hundreds of deaths which physicians declared at tho time wero caused by paralysis, apoplexy, heart disease, pneumonia, mnlarial fover and other common complaints which I see now were caused by Bright's disease." "And did all these cases have simple symptoms at first ?" "Every one of them, nnd might havo been cured ns I was by the timely uso of tho same remedy. I am getting my eyes thoroughly opened in this matter nnd think I am helping others to sec the facts and their possiblo danger also." Mr. Warner, who was visited at his establishment on N. St. Paul street, spoke very earnestly : "It is true that Bright's diseaso had increased wonderfully, and we find, by reliable statistics, that from '70 to '80 its growth was over 250 per ceiit. Look at tho prominent men it has carried off, and is taking off every year, for whilo many are dying apparently of paralysis aud apoplexy they arc really victims of kidney disorder, which causes heart disease, paralysis, apoplexy, etc. Nearly every week tho papers record tho death of some prominent man from this scourge. Recently, however, tho increase has been checked, and I attribute this to tho goncral uso of my remedy." "Do you think many people are afilict-e- d who do not realizo it, with it y Mr. Warner?" "A prominent proftssor in a New Orleans medical college was lecturing before his class on tho subject of Bright's diseaso. He had various fluids under microscopic analysis and was showing tho students whnt the indications of this terrible malady were 'And now gentlemen,' ho said, 'as wo havo Been tho unhealthy indications, I will show you how it appears in a state of perfect health,' and ho submitted his own fluid to tho usual test. As ho watched tho results his countenance suddenly changed his color and command both left him nnd in a trembling voico ho said: 'Gentlemen, I havo mado a painful discovery; I havo Bright's diseaso of tho kidneys,' nnd in less thnn a year ho was dead. Tho slightest indications of any kidney difficulty should bo enough to striko terror to nny N. Y., Democrat well-knowlf to-dato-da- street ono day, saying: 'there goes a man who will bo dead within a year.' I believe his words would havo proved truo if I had not fortunately used tho remedy now known as Warner's Safe Cure." "Did you make n chemical analysis of the case of Mr. II. II. Warner some thrco years ago, Doctor? was asked Dr. S. A. Lnttimore, one 'of tho nnnlybts of the Stato Board of Health." "Yes, sir." 'What did this analysis show you?" "A serious disease of tho kidneys." "Did you think Mr. Wnrner could recover?" "No,'sir, I did not think it possible." "Do you know anything about tho remedy which cured him ?" "I have chemically analyzed it nnd find it pure and hnrmleas." The standing of Dr. Henion, Mr. Wnrner and Dr. Lattimoro in the community is beyond question, and tho statements they make cannot for a moment be doubted. Dr. Henion's experience sho.ws that Bright's disease of tho kidneys is ono of the most deceptive and dangerous of all diseases, thnt it is exceedingly common, but thnt it can be cured if taken in time. BLfcSSrONESS OP CIVlMG. MOOLEYVILLE. Mr. W. S. Cnrtt is slightly Indisposed this week, Miss Mahaht Greenwell is quite sick with bilious fever. Miss Laura Elder contemplates a visit to friends at Cloverport soon. Mr. John Frymire, who bos been seriis convaously ill with pneumonia, lescent. The homo of Mr. Emit Mattingly wns made sad Feb. 20th by the death of the youngest child. Our little village is very quiet just now; nothing of very great importance has transpired lately. The river has risen about twelve feet in tho last few days and is now reaching townrd tho top of the bank. Mr. J. W. llnyden is superintending tho hauling of shinglo blocks for tho Mooloyville Shingle Block Company. Ladies, remember that spring will soon bo here nnd with it Miss Mnttie will bring a full stock of millinery goods. Mr. Chas. Cunningham's school is progressing nicely. Givo us a law requiring parents to mjihI their children to school. Mrs. C. Hargis, of Derby, Intl., was buried last Monday. The family and relatives have the heartfelt sympathy of many friends. Mr. Eugene Elder, of Arkansas, and Miss Lulu Bnrch, ot near this place, Many wero married last Monday. friends extend their wishes that her life mny be ns bright as her new Southern home. Mr. B. F. Parr, who left a few weeks ago to enter school at Valparaiso, Intl., sends glowing news of the heboid and his prospects. Barney is a bright, studious boy, and we wish him all f uccess. It is rumored that if tho weather will nnrinit there will be a "dime social" at tho new residence of J. Clements for tho l.nnpfit of tho weddincthnt is to take place soon. The ring glitters around .Miss Ada's finger beautifully. Wu nro havintr a nice winter; a good deal of cold weather, of course, but wo like it in winter. Wo had a heavy irosi last night, but this morning dawned like Eden's happy morn and tho beautiful rays of the sun like crimson and gold flltinreil in inoltin' the frost nwny. The binls are singing while I write ns though it were springtime, but we expect a ie brashes yet. Success to you and tho News. "Alas, A las I" the dude exclaims, "in my slender ankle I've got pain." "Don't fret," said ma, for whom he sent, "I have some Salvation Oil." "My time is up," said the doctor to tho patient, whom he found using Dr. BiuTh Cough Syrup, nnd ho wns correct, for bis cough had been cured. 'sAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlVAAtAAAvvvvvvvvwvvv'yvvyv We shell corn. We run it through two cleaners. We trrind it on Rolls. mill nuKly n'o". N kIo ly ilyliiff uomu nml go: Anil tiir Dilation tlia kIohIiij imiiIkts And ultliln Sliailcwy forms 1 seem lo kco Window a that hrlns dauk to memory Friemlx unJ iI.1k onqn dear to mo. In It Wlilltf ( it- - day Witt & Meador AVill 1 We Bolt and Purify the meal all for One-six- th And nICioiipli tliU lln'llht drcamlnt rifiiMiit Ik, ji-- t xtlll tliuro run Tlimugli It all ilwp tones of sadness. I.lkn tn shadows o'er tho sun; For tliu tlear onen w li(w sweet faces Madi1 my hei.rt ki Kind and gay. They u Ith n liotn I t Jlki I and journeyed On mieli happy siiiiiiiu-- r day Now nro alisent: and I uil them As I hit (done As 1 ira their dreaiiil.tiid faces light In tho dim and lllekr-rin;- ? ofler for the next sixty days a sweeping reduction. We will make a special sale from Fobruary 1st, of our HEAVY CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, HOOTS nnd SHOES, MEN'S OUT SHIRTS, Toll. We shell and chop it for feed for One-eighthToll. Tet someday In the far future, If our Father wills It so, shal meet the frlendi I dream of In tlui flrellfrht's niddy glow But tiMiljht, when they uro absent. It l pleaiunt Just to see. In the clon Ing IU!it before me. Faces nf those dear to ir.e. Bo I sit and dream and wonder, In (he lire Maine's ruddy glow While the day it slowly dying. And the Hhadnns come and go 1 -r- LADIES' and GENTS' HEAVY UNDERWEAR, WOOL HOSIERY, tfcC. jood Housekeeping Did you ever hear of a mill doing better ? Thursday and Saturday of each V A Deep Hole. The Fenon for these goods will be on tho decline from this date and this sacrifice is made to close them out before Spring. Wc will positively carry over none of these Goods. Extreme LOW PRICES will make them go. Call in nnd see us, you will profit thereby. Our stiles have been large, considering the scarcity of money, and we intend to make them larger still if low prices will mnko them so. AVe sell for Cash or Produce only. Give us a trial. Respectfully, For the lust S00 or 1500 years there has been much spmilution among scientific men ns to the exact cntiso of the phenomenon of earthquakes, which has In. cidcnttilly added new interest to the query: How thick is the earth's crust? In discusaing the earthquake problem different schools of scientists have taken different views of the matter, one branch of them 8npiosing tho "quake" to bo tho result of tin effort of tho great internal heat to escape through a weuk portion of the earth's crust: the others declare that it is caused by shrinkage of the outer strata on account of the cooling process goiug on deep down in the bowels of the earth. About ten or twelve years ago the German government made a gigantic effort to settle this perplexing question for all time to come by sinking a fihaft near the city of Schlatlebiich. with the object especially of obtaining trustworthy data concerning the rate of increase of the earth's temperature with each succeeding 100 or fraction of 100 feet of descent. At last accounts the shaft had reached a depth of l.SJU meters, which is believed to be the greatest depth to which man has yet penetrated the substratum of the globe. The temperature of the shaft at tho 1,300 meter level was 48 (legs, centigrade or 120 Fahrenheit If this percentage of increase is maintained the boiling point of water will be reached at about 8,000 meters, and tit 45 miles the heat would be sufficient to melt any known substance. St. Louis Republic Deceived by Appearances. On a Philadelphia train that came through here the other day the passengers derived considerable amusement from the actions of n handsome young man and a worried looking but still pretty woman They were so entirely absorbed in each other that they were not separated for a minute the whole trip. When she wanted to walk on the platform In Baltimore ho promenaded up and down at her 6ido, yet they never spoke only when necessary, and the people concluded that a honeymoon quarrel was in progress. Nobody doubted for an instant that they were bride and groom. When they got out here to change cars for Richmond, their destination, tho conductor who knew the man well, 6ald: "Well. so long. Hope you get her thero all right." "Oh, I guess so But she's a mighty slippery customer, nnd I have to watch her like a cat." The good looking man was a deputy sheriff, and was taking back to Richmond an unusually clever shoplifter that he had tracked to Philadelphia and arrested. Washington Post Witt & Meador, Main St., opposite Court House. vvyvyyyvwvvvvvvvvvvv IIARDINSBURG.KY. week are our days for custom work on corn. If you want the from your own corn or feed ground, come on these days. meal exchange every day. Come and see We us. IRVINGTON, KY. If CONSUMPTION COUGH f u Have OR COLD BRONCHITIS Throat Affection Wasting of Flesh SCROFULA OranyDUersewlurethe Throat and Lung Lack of Strength or Kent J'ower, you can be relieved and Cured by art Inflamed, Si- SCOTT'S EMULSION PURE COD LIVER OIL Atkfor Scott's Bmu'$ton, and let no explanation or solicitation induce you to ' accept a lubitttute. OF With Hypophosphltea. PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all Druggists. BOWNE.Chemlats, N.Y. BOOTT BIABY Dr. BULL'S facilitates Teething ai"' PVDIID regulates thaBowols. At Blldrugglsts.rrloa2iot. Afraid or llclng Hurled Allre. I for one am not at all surprised at tho rather startling instructions in tho will of the late Duchess Pozzo de Borgo that In order to make quite sure of her death her heart should be removed from the body The dread of being buried alive in n condition of trance or coma is spreading curiously, nnd 1 havo heard quite n number of people express a desire to be cremated, not upon hygienic grounds, but simply through a horror of being buried alive. Tho supposed necessity of such strong measures is not very flattering to the doctors, but that it is a growing idea is obvious. Lady's Pictorial A Oeutle Voice. Tommy Oh, I'm so glad you've como home, papal Mamma has been awful mean to me today, Mr. Skyflatt Ah, 1 am afraid yon have beon a naughty boy Did sho spank you? Tommy No; but she scolded, and her voice sounded like it docs when sho talks at tho ice man down the dumbwaiter shaft. Puck. C Dill I J O Cures Coughs,Group, DULktS Bronchitis,Whooping Asthma, fU Oough, f VWUUn Incipient Consumption, and re C V 19 I D CoWs, 1 1 Consumptiw)W persons. pricoS5ots. At ail druggists. lioves f Cccr.r(nt- r CicmmIi lHWi 'mrw'ol r J 1 yui l v n i. mliy tii,i hi. y I.m in rent rritnC&lo IU n y 1.1 li fi.t!,iii d itiui. at you fo ., In any II' Hi mil. ..I oil. at lioraa. siy- Amtrlta yumau cumini-iiall uur tlmr art nttim.ntionrjrto luf lliawoik. All li nr (.rrlay SlIIKfrr . atari you. furnUhln. tvrnr worker ..rttlilna- - KA81I.V, HI'ttlllLV learned. I'Aiiril'tXAIM HIEK. AddreM at oneo, 10., ItlUTUMl, JUUk. btMbU n, I r iieii(lirii.tiiilfi nkt ran i uib.but I tin It rll Long, of Massachusetts, the remarkable ability of recollecting what he has written without possesses o iTVjW)yJ. ATvLtaWaiSB HKbSbWIbLV To euro Biliousness, Sick Headache, Consti- pation, Malaria, Liver Complaints, tako the safl and certain remedy, SMITH'S HE TTo llio bultlo). THBV BEAN Deans to tho M'lleit fur Vrlco of oltlior or uX Atea. SuiUible mIxc. gac. per Bottle. AUB THE MOST CONVRJUEHT, r ra1 and wrlie, uul who, Ititlructloii.wtU work liiduttrlouily Uwllara ram Ikitr Tki-uwill alio Airnlah . lMtl.lf AurnlialliUa.w1iiiyvrllifirllvc.I uwunt run Iht Hiuai n or rta,ilijinf ntil h Ittt li yii tuKIIj-ru- 1ll quickly Nummhivv fx,w nnmuUiufhiUll'rtr. Liirtml. 1 dfalr Uut tn worker Iruai eaih UUlrl.t rrountjr. 1 IUi nilHHnri larva and UwifUX li ll A 1 r w .. ar niaklur of r lUfld iiumlM-r- , Adliw at urt. t'ull particular ami HO Iteacb bilriJy Mil. :,(,AI.I.C., n l ..F.SMITH&CO.u.uri.c-oiLEOSAMS.'ST.lOlll- IV d I lllS A el. (crixn .raumpi). MO. mm JW I PANFL BIZE. YLARi untlrnKf lit hrlftt in falrl liiirlllfrrm ri uuLMilit-- rflilI l'tCi:i:. IImx 4ao, Auuntu Mulne. w Notice the label en your paper aim toe U roHr lime expire tUlu weHlb, reading it over even by himself. It la said that during his most animated speech he has in his mind's eye a vivid impression of his manuscript, so that he knows where every page and every lino ends, nnd even where there nro interlineations. one." "You know of Dr. Henion's case?" Fowls have undoubtedly a larger vo"Yes, I have both read and heard of cabulary than nny of tho other domestic animals; yet'in half a day you will proba- it." bly hear from them all tho sounds that "It is very wonderful is it not?" they uso In ordinary life. But'anything "No moro so thnn a great many others out of the ordinary is instantly expressed that havo como to my notice as having In unusual sounds. been cured by tho same means." "Youbeliovo then that Bright's disPossibly the most expensive cigars ever mado were the 20,000 Uavanas made for easo can be cured." Spanish Marshal Prim as a present for "I know it can. 1 kno.w it from my own Napoleon1 111, each cigar being stamped and tho experience of thousands of promiwith the Imperial N. in gold. Thv te nent porsons who wero given up to dio by said to have cost $13,000. both their physicians and friends." Soundings lu the Blank Sea ohow that "You spenk of your own experience, beyond a depth of (500 feet the water la what was it?" so Impregnated with sulphureted hydro"A fearful one. I had felt languid nnd gen gas emanating from decaying ani- unfitted for business for years. But I mal and vegetable matter that Ihinp did not know what ailed mo. When, organisms lire not found thr however, I found it was kidney difficulty Go to J. W. Owen and get n bottlo of I thought thero was little hopo and so "0. C. O. Certain Chill Cure," nnd if It did tho doctors. I havo sinco learned Is not tho best remedy you havo ever of the physicians of this city used for Chills nnd Fever your monoy that onti pointed me out to a gentleman on tho will bo refunded. until I was 22 years of ace. My whole Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Bnbbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds young life was embittered and mado mis erable by the loathsome disease, l not of repairs and make new work to order. lie 'Wished Sho Wu a Centipede. A party was given in St. Louis to only suffered from tho scrofula, but was It will pay you to examine our stock. which was Invited a uoblo but bashful so marked thatl was ashamed to associ-cowboy. TvT 'rmmm-- a,WN aa ID- ate with, and was avoided by, my playJ- Ho was a good looking fellow, and one mates and fellow workmen. I tried every of the young ladies present kindly took nnd' was first Louisville,Hardgnsburg& Western R. Ri an interest in him and tried to make him known patent medicine, and last attended by moro thnn a dozen feel nt ease, no fell desperately in lovo No. 5 TIME TABLE. at once, and the hostess, noticing this, rcputablo physicians, but in spite of all, Taking Kfloct at 5,00 o'clock a. in. Sunday i?SvSN& encouraged him all she could. In leav- the diseaso continued to grow. About September 28, 1800. ing the house tho young lady who had four years ago a friend from Pittsburg ad- West Hound Trains Knst Hound Trains taken a friendly interest in tho cowboy vised mo to tako S. S. S., which I did, Dally D.illy Dally D.illy AGENCYJorN STATIONS, ex bun. ex bun ex Sun. ex Sun. forgot her overshoes nnd tho hostess told No. 2 No. 0 No. 6 No. 1 and after taking seven bottles I was curyoung Lochlnvar from tho plains the skin peeled oaoini 11 15 un l.v IrvliiKton Ar 04oim S4Sp U 12 4 60 Garticld that he might return them to tho girl if ed sound and well. Tho old 715 il 4 S) 8K! replaced by a new skin, as 737 Ilarncd ll&Sini off nnd was ho wished. 4 8 44 U Oiipm Junction 7 45 A pamphlet of Information and at- 4 00 The herder leaped at tho chanco. and smooth nnd free from blemish ns nny 7 55 1213 837 lliirdlnibiirR rt.wi,ui iuv urns, snowjnfr lioir to 8 28 3 48 122.1 82.S Junction or symppresented himself in duo timo nt the person. I havo had no returns ouii, paresis. Trade . 323 123t! 815 Kirk 852 iuaiM, vaprriftnu, imt irte. young lady's house. Sho was surprised tom of tho disease. 81U 3 00 12 47 Hnsitv V. Smith, 910 Jolly vuanaa munn a. uu. 221) 7 41 1)47 Olcndcine 105 to see him, but greeted him cordially. llrondmijr, siiui new 1 40 Belmont, W. Va. 1 20 7 21) llockvalc 10 15 isrs. "You forgot your overshoes last night," 7 20 Huth 129 120 10 20 Treatiso on Blood nnd Skin Discnscs 10 41 12 48 Atkins 712 185 said ho awkwardly, handing her the 12 21 CA7 Oaks 1101 143 mailed free. package. I.vJ C45.un 12 00m 11 20pm ttOUpm Sho thanked him and opened it. "Why, The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Gn. there's only ono overshoe hero," sho exTHELOUISVILLE&ST.LOUISAIR LINE. claimed. A Noted Family. (L. E. A ST. L. H. K.) "Yes, miss," said tho blushing. vaquoro I have four or flv thomend acres of land Tho Pusey family Is a noted ono in belonging to the Cincinnati Cooperage Co., earnestly, "I'll briug around tho other SHORTEST, QUICKEST history of Kentucky. For and other parties, lying Id Breckenridgo and and I only wish, miss, tho medical ono AND 13 EST LINK TO Hancock counties. Can tell a farm from 40 that you were a centipede. "' SL Louis generations back medicino has been its to 400 acres, at prices from $200 to flOOO. Republic. chosen profession, nnd tho younger men Must have good payment down. Liberal de. AND ALL POINTS are nearly nil following in their father's ductlnn for all cash, but will give liberal time treason safe trades. Have several farms for rent. There is paid out of tho national footsteps. Thrco members of tho family South-Wes- t. ury $120,000 annually to residents of hold a liljh rank as physicians hero, and Address V. d. DUIITON, Canada, many of whom havo not seen thoy have recently boon joined by anothin Effect Sec, 16, 1888. J283m d Rock Vale, Ky. since thoy wero mustho United States er. Dr. William Allen Pusoy, who has Lr. Loulivlllo 8:45n.m,..9;00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. tered out at Washington nt tho closo of can earned at burXCniiDtof work, been in Now York ever sinco his mar-ring-o ArrSt.LouIi 7:45 "...7:25 raitldlr aod LuuoraLlv. bv tha tho war. 9:50 p.m. Evansvlllo 2:25 tlihrr Mi.tounf or old. ami In ibtir to Miss Cunningham, of this city, tvn !K.HlViVbtrrtr tn7 lit v. Amf For further Information, call on or addreia, ORI run si ihsuuk. pair) Iuh Thero is a specimen of the hairy crab has decided to make Louisvillo bis homo, WafuroUh trtryihlar. 'larlTOQ, Noriik. tou can Jtcu in tho British museum which, though and with his chnrmlng wife, is now liv- JOS. S 0DI0RNE, yurtparinniuia,erall;uritnial4 Ihawerk, IbUUna Ag't, Louisville, Ky. fillnj.jr tiw Ira JuJ brUff den'l Pais. nJrftl mccvm U rty wotkar. not larger than a wnluut, is saddled by a llrfftnntnaraaarniiir from 4tl lollSMivtttkiiiJ on Third street, near Brcckenridge. n J ruo- t- artrr a 1111 B. L. BRYANT. nHmc, Wt can furnlih yon lb am epongo as large ns a thrco pound tomato ing l ymnlanJl4ttija tUKK. Noiifto bar. Kult Trav. Patag'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. Louisvillo Commercial. natUm IMa XXUJBdsVU., AltTUTA, JUUl, can. Philosophy or Muklns Olftu mid Why Doing So Ulica One rciisure. Thero must bo something very good in human nature or peoplo would not experience 60 much pleasure in giving: there muse bo sometliing very bad in human nature or more peoplo would try the experiment of giving. Thoso who do try it becomo enamored of it and get their chief pleasuro in life out of it; nnd so evident i3 this that thero is some basis for the idea that it is ignorance rather than badness which keeps so many peoplo from being generous. Of course it may becomo a sort of dissipation, or more than that, a devastationi as many men who have what nro called "good wives" havo reason to know, in tho griid-udisappearance of their wardrobo if thoy chance, to lay nsido nny of it temporarily. The amount that a good woman can givo away is only measured by her opportunity. Her mind becomesso trained in the mystery of this plcnsuro that she experiences no thrill of delight in giving away only tho things her husband does not want. Her oillco in life is to teach him the joy of self sacrifice. Sho and all other habitual nnd irreclaimable givers soon find out that thero is noxt to no pleasuro in n gift unless it involves some self denial. Let ono consider seriously whether ho ever gets as much satisfaction out of a gift received as out of one given. It pleases him for tho moment, nnd, it is useful, for a long timo: ho turns it over nnd admires it: ho may valuo it as a token of affection, and it flatters his self esteem that he is the object of it. But it is a transient feeling compared with that he has when ho has made n gift. Thnt substantially ministers to his self esteem. He follows tho gift; ho dwells upon the delight of tho receiver; his imagination plays about it; it will never wear out or become stale; having parted with it, it is for him a lusting possession. It is an Investment ns lasting ns that in the debt of England. Like a good deed, it grows, and is continually satisfactory. It is something to think of when he fiitt wakes in the morning a time when most peoplo nro badly put to it for want of something pleasant to think of. This fact about giving is so incontestable' tmo that it is a wonder that enlightened peoplo do not more freely Indulge In giving for their own comfort. It is, above nil olso, amazing that so many imagine they aro going to get any satisfaction out of what thoy leave by will. Thoy may bo in n stnto whero they will enjoy it if tho will is not fought over; but it is shocking how little gratitude thero is accorded to a giver compared to a living giver. He couldn't take the property with him, it is said; he was obliged to leave it to somebody. By this thought his generosity is always reduced to a minimum. Ho may build a monument to himself in somo institution, but wo do not know enough of tho world to which ho has gono to know whether a tiny monument on this earth is any satisfaction to a person who is free of the universe. Whereas every giving or deed of real humanity dono whilo he was living would have entered Into his character, and would be of lasting service to him that Is, in nny future which wo can conceive. Charles Dudloy Warner in Harper's. al WVVVVVVIVWVVVVYVVVVVVVVVVVVVWV The Old Reliable HOUSE OF JOHN P. HASWELL & SON, WILL SELL YOU SADDLES HARNESS, As low ns the lowest. Don't forget them when you want COLLARS, II AMES, CHAINS, RACK HANDS, BELLY BANDS and BLIND BRIDLES. Tho finest lot of RAWHIDE HAMESTRINGS ever'brouglit to this town. . CALL 3STID SEE TJS. HARDINSBUBG, KY. Respectfully, JOHN P. HASWELL & SON, He Obtained Signatures. tho views of the persons who sign them this has had another demonstration, time in Preston county, West Va. James Carroll is road supervisor, and not being nblc to read or write, when ho desired to resign tho other day ho asked Dr. Cox to draw up a paper to that effect, which ho would nrcsent to tho County Court. Taking ndvantngo of tho road supervisor's the doctor drew lack of mi n Tiptitinn to the court asking thnt tho bearer, James Carroll, bo hanged nt as early a day as would suit tho convenience of tho court, and bo would ever pray, etc. The court was surprised when Mr. Carroll in person banded up this netition. slimed bv 230 of his neighbors and his acquaintances. It is said that 150 persons bud signed tho paper without readinc it. and tho other 100 had affixed their signatures to help along' tho joke. Tho incident is valuable only ns showing bow officinls nro too often made. Owensboro Messenger. book-learnin- Tho great value of petitions expressing fhaw!E2ftey iit2w jtw I ill f) ii CD in 101 The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices can be found at We large assortment Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, SG.50, $7.50, $9.00 and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, 2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 1.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a line of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at Scrofula All His Life. Wc carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Tics, Tho by S. S. S. one of tho very low prices. I consider mv euro most wonderful on record. I had tho Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertainworst typo of scrofula from my infancy ing to the trade. We have a large lilio of Collars, Hames and Chains, MAMHB iJLMW Bocarrya of D3:&.:jd::B: - I KS 111 Land for Sale. St. Louis, Evansville Time-Car- West and MONEY A yr-s-rrii. tit-M- w- - ?SKSBtC!SmSSSS3SBBBSSStS!mTn TZTtm? rw. ,n Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, FEimiTAUY 18, 1891. AVk don't know what vlutvs JNO. D. A VUtnil. O. IlAnilAOK, Htlltnr nnil Proprietors. ooratic county committeemen upon the subject, but in mnking a nomination for tho Legislature a county convention is preferable. the DoUt entertain HARDIHSBURG DEPARTMENT. BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, Agent &. children. Corrcsp'nt Wnrnica came in immediately himpro-babl- after the difficulty and surrendered V. (i.UAUUAUU L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. IMItor ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are nutlinrlied to announce uUd. W K'CIIAUDSON, un ii candidate for re election to the Legislature from Mrade county, subject to the action of tho DeuDcratlo primary, June 13, I8V1. Wo nro authnrited to announce Gitovnu Cleveland's letter condemning I.., St. V.icT. Local Time Curd. tho policy of tho free coinage of silver, 10.05 a.m. has created quite a buzz among tho lendMail and Kxpresi going Bait " Wait...... .11.07 a.m. ers of his party. Anyhow when the S.58 p.m. " Eat Kxpreif timo comes all of them will stand by 9 27 p.m. West ll.W .m. him for President. " Ent Local Freight i ooivn WEST. Passenger Dally nrr, HrJlniburg..l2:05 p.m. " ..7:48 a.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. OOIXO KAHT. rassenger Daily arr. llardlnkburg.. " .. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. 8:55 a.m. 3:JS p.m. West .10.05 a.m. - Tiikiie nro three murderers in tlio Meade county jail awaiting trial. Circuit Court began there last Monday. Tiieuk will be Borne very important work before the next Kentucky Legislature, and the people should chooe their very best men for the position. Cleveland has recently letter in opposition to the come out free coinage of hiker. A number of the prominent leaders in his party think he has thus injured his chances for the Democratic nomination for the Presidency in 1802. in n Fiiom the trouble Mr. Delamater having with bank accounts and lawsuits, it seems that he would have had no time to devote to Pennsylvania's interests oven if he had been elected Governor. See what an imposition the people might have sutlercd at the hands of Itcpublican leaders. is 4 An association ha-- j been formed in Washington to honor the memory of Gen. F. E. Spinner, who by his action in introducing women into various grades of government service, paved the way for their continued employment, not only in government oflices, but in many other places of business. has taken up a permanent residence at Garfield. An over-rus- h of business and an inclination to spend more or less of his time in comwidows in pany with the that locality, has held back his magnetic pencil from the columns of the News for some time, but it is safe to add that he will get here bye and bye. Mk. Amos Skillman good-looking Tin: people of the South need not bo expected to indulge in paroxysms of grief over the death of the old traitor, William T. Sherman, who goes to his grave with the blood of thousands of brave and patriotic people upon his head. His treasonable contempt for the Federal Constitution, whore it stood be tween him and his purpose to murder and plunder the Southern people, is shown forth in his letter to his b'rothcr, John Sherman, written in 1802: "Of course I approve of tho Confiscation Act, and would bo willing to revolutionize the Government so as to amend that article of the Constitution which forbids the forfeiture of land to tho heirs. My full belief is that we must colonize tho country ih now, beginning with Kentucky and Tennessee, and should remove 1,000,000 of our people at once scuth of the Ohio river, taking the farms and plantations of the rebels. Kncmics must be killed or transported to some other country." These arc tho kind of fellows who set themselves up to call other people "rebels" and "traitors." Tin: third party idea hns not yet materialized in this country's politics, and from present indications the project is abandoned. Such a movement at present seems to be neither necessary nor practicable. The action of State Alliance meetings recommending a candidate for President in 18!2, doesn't indicate a necessity for county unions to begin making distinctions in county offices; yet there is doubtless in every county some unfortunate man who has an aching void in his heart that nothing but an ofiice can fill. He has perhaps served both political parties in his time, and they have refused him tho special remuneration ho desires. His time is jiassing away and he must soon give place to younger politicians, and in the exigency he throws his last trump an effort for the endorsement of a new party. It is a lesson long ago learned by the farmers that we don't think they will have to learn again. If a man is capable of filling un ofiice, his party knows it, and let them endorse him. Then if the Alliance men know him to be identified with their interests, they will support him. A new party can't make a new man by putting a new brand upon a political fossil. the candidates for Governor huvo themselves upon the scheme. Mr. Clay thinks it is not an issue in the canvass, and doesn't regard it as of much importance. Dr. Clardy says that "if the plan means the establishment of warehouses and the purchase of crops by the Am. expressed J i .1 government, he is opposed to it. On the other hand, if it means the loaning out of money by the government at a low rate of interest, he is for it." Col. "Wat. Hardin says that he intends to stick to true Democratic piiuciplcs, for it is in the triumph of these principles Ho 's This ? We oiler One Hundred Dollars Heward alone that he can hope to find safety. for any case of Catarrh thaj cannot be Ho is therefore opposed to the scheme. Hon. John Young cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, 0. has all along declared that he We, the undersigned, have know n F. wus opposed to the measure. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and bo Om.y fourteen more days and the lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus! Fifty-firCongress is a thing of the ness transactions and financially able to past. Certainly the countiy will breathe carry out any obligations made by their more easily. A review of its entire linn. West & Tnu.w, Wholesale Druggists, work shows nothing but legislation towards one point, and that point was the Toledo, O. Wai.iii.mi, Kinnan&Mahvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. retention in power of the Itcpublican Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally party. To this end all energy has been directed, and the millions of farmers acting directly upon the blood and muand tradesmen wh make a bare living cous surfaces of the system. and need legislative aid, look over the C"Sold by druggists. Price 7oc, per records in vain for the passage of a bottle. measure that would benefit them. The The Sudden Death of Dr. W. B. piesent Congress could see the few and Paynter. forget the many, but in 1892 that great Tourists, In the death of Dr. Walter It. Pajnter, majority will show that they don't forWhether on pleasure bent or business, got the party whose leaders have fought which occurred last Thursday, this comfor their interests against odds that munity has lost a capable and conscien- should take on every trip a bottle of Dr. Paynter had been Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly made their cause seem hopeless. The tious practitioner. people hail with joy the adjournment of among us only about five months, but wo and effectually on the kidneys, liver and Congress, and they will had learned to appreciate his value as. a bowels, preventing fevers, headaches and the Fifty-firs- t other forms of sickness. For sale in 50c. greater joy the retirement of citizen, a physician and a gentleman. hail with Ho had been suffering for several years and $1.00 bottles by all leading druggists two years liepublican administration from attacks of a paralytic nature, caused hence. RAYMOND, KY. from injuries received about eight years This trouble Wr. call the attention of the farmers of ago from a vicious horse. It. II. Itob'rts is very low with conthis county to tho following features of culminated in blood clot in the vessels of sumption. the statement of T. S. Frymire, which the br in, and caused his death. Little Seth Ater died a few days ago Dr. Paynter was reared near Salem, in appears in the correspondence columns and was interred at Walnut Grove. Washington county, Ind., and after of this issue : "The resolutions are origThe raised list is $Si,-Lby actual inal, and solely put forth by your hum- wards lived and practiced his profession count on the assessor's book,and not over Circuit Court convened Mondnv. endorsed by the County at Vine Grove, Hardin county, Ky., from Sl.'JO.OOO ble servant, and as previously published. Judge T. It. McBeath presiding. Tho Assembly." As to the means by which which place he removed to this city last Thomas J. Triplctt has a powder gourd Grand Jury is composed of tho following the endorsement of tho County Assem- September. Ho had been a practicing physician for over one hundred years old, it was his gentlemen : James II. Bryant, foreman, bly was obtained, Mr. Frymire J. M. Osborne, Ed. Atwell, Allen Young, powder gourd. says : "The other vote against fourteen years, and had built for himself The item about the assessor making a B. W. Brown, N. B. Tobin, Win. Ether-tomentioned as not count- an enviable reputation. About seven tho resolutions J. W. Price, J. B. Withers, E. Wimp ed, was an oversight at the proper time, j oars ago, he married Miss Ella Moor- mistake in A. It. Fisher's list turns out man, daughter of Silas L. Moorman, and to be no mistake as shown by blanks in A. P. Lusk, Henry Chenault, F. M. Turn but that may all be dismissed and tho . It. Ileavcrin, Jesse Henderson er, resolutions stood upon their merits as a she witli their two little children are left his own and Win. Shrewsbury. Owing to tho living exponent of the will and wishes to mourn his loss. Old Uncle Wash Snider.near Freedom, numerous crimeH committed in this of the dill'erent organizations. ' He arhas lived to see the fifth generation in TOBINSPORT, IND. county recently the Grand Jury will havo rogates to these "resolutions" which are his family, all living within ono mile of a great deal of work to do during tho "original and solely put forth" by himhim. Can it bo beat in the county or Miss Xiiw Adams, who has been visit present term of court. In the case of authority of being the "living ing her sister in Cannelton, has returned Suite V His wife is also living. self, the Commonwealth vs W. W. Harris, the exponent of the will and wish of tho dif- home. Old Aunt Eliza Orendorf, colored, is jury found a verdict of not guilty. Tho ferent organizations," but says, "I care Mr. Webb Taylor has purchased an said to bo, from tho 'best information, trial of John Bruce, charged with tho not whether they ever had been inside over 123 years old. Sho says sho saw murder of George Dow, was organ; it arrived Tuesday. culled Tu any assembly or not, it is n move for libWashington pass through Maryland with Mr. Addison was interviewing our independence, now demanded erty and his troops. .' nother Ho constitutes himself a merchants this week. everywhere." killing took place in our Ellis Stifl" killed tho boss eagle a Mrs. Miirtiiln Frank, who has been county last Thursday. A.J. Itieso, Jr., tribunal to proclaim what is "demanded ago, it measured six feet eight being killed by Elisha Wnrnica. The everywhere," without caring whether quite sick, is improving. inches from tip to tip of wings, three two are farmers living near Brandenburg, . what ho sets out to proclaim in the Whitehead, Groves A Co., went to feet two inches from end of bill to end and tho trouble aroso over a gate which naiiio of an organization "has ever been Louisville this week with ii large lot of of tail, and had talons two inches long, had been left open tho day before by inside of an assembly or not," anil light- stock. dipt. A. J. Gross raised the largest Wurnicn. There are no witnesses to tho ly remarkH that tho matter of not countCurt Weatherholt has sold his pro- corn and wheat crop in tho county. L. killing, and nothing is known in regard ing votes cast against resolutions solely perty in Cloverport, and will ris'dj here. T: Holwrts the largest hay crop. Virgil to it, except tho statement of Wamica original with himself may all be "disF. P. Smart was here one day last Hardin tho largest potato crop. Jus. G. himself. He says that ho and Hceso had missed" and theso resolutions cf Ids week. Stephens tho largest grass seed crop. some words on Wednesday in regard stood up, nevertheless, ns "a living to Miss Lettio Walden, of Nowbtirgh, Ind., Elijah M. Norton the largest oat crop. tho gate having beei left open, and that will and wish of the difof the ferent organizations." This, he says, "is arrived hero Wednesday, and will re- M. Lyddan gave tho largest land list, also Iteeso then notified him to keep off his n move for liberty and independence;" main several weeks tho guest of Miss tho largest stock list. G. W. Heard gave premises. That ho was passing by on Thursday morning, but not on Beeso's liberty and independence from tho party Blanche Frank at her home, Frank's the litrgest list in the county. Success to the Nkws. land, when Iteeso came over to where organizations because they are control-c- d ho was and uttackolMilln with an ax, hitBucklen's Arnica Salve. by such men as Carlisle, Cleveland, Pensions and Patents. ting him twice on tho arm and fracturing and Ingalls. lie cannot toler-nt- o .Sherman Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, Frank L. Hancock, ofOwensboro, U.S. these men because they control their bruises, sores, ulcers, Kilt rheum, fever Patent and Pension Attorney, will bo in it. That he took out his k ilfo and party organizations. Ho hates it man sores, tetter, chapjed hands, chilblains, Cloveriwrt February 23th and 20th. You stabbed Iteeso twice. Iteeso then walk-- . to who controls his orgnniziition; ho would corns, and skin eruptions, and positively are cordially invited to meet me. Advice ed to his home about 400 yards distant, frco. 1 refer you Hon. William T. not do such n thing. Ho wants the cures Piles, or no pay required. It is Ellis as to my qualifications and honetty. and died in about twto hours after reach n ing mere, mo wound which caused his to hold n convention at FitANK L. Hancock. farmers guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or 7w death was inflicted on tho right side, tho that will not be controlled. money refunded. L'5 cents per Prico If III TUB 1IL.OIID, JIo will go to Elizabcthtown as ho did to box For sale by G. W. Short, Clover-por- t, UllluUJIIMM.Wi'ukuutii. Malaria, ludlircitlon and knifo huving penetrated tho lungs. Both tako of tho parties are young men, but mar. IIIIOWN'S 1IION IIITTKHS. Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Stepheuspprt, and see that tho meeting It cures quickly. For aale by all tlealers Id Ky. ricd. lleese leaves a wife and several medicine, (let tho genuine. Is not controlled by any one else. house-breakinst ly hand-writinfew-day- s iC J Eliza-bethtow- Judge Murray, Cloveqwrt, was in the city Monday. Mr. Ludwcll Adkisson, Webster, was here last Monday. Mrs. Huckeby and Mrs. Lulu Hush are visiting in Louisville. F. K. Rhodes, candidate for the Legislature was in the city Monday. Mr. Holand Smith thinks of purchasing a lot out on ltailroad street. Miss Maggie Dean was in the city last week visiting Miss Blanche Heard. Mrs. G. P. Jolly and Mrs. G. W. Heard were visiting in Ixing Lick last week. Mr. Frank Ilaswwcll and wife left Monday for a visit to Hirk City, Ohio county. Messrs. L. A. Footc, Edgar Rcnncttand It. M. Jolly, Bewleyvllle, were in the city Monday. John Wheeler will make application before the March County Court for license to sell liquors at Sample. Ilis application will be met with a renions- taucc from the citizens of that place. Hiley Johnson, who had an application before the County Court Monday for a licenso to sell whisky at Hudsonsville, withdrew it. The citizens of that place are remonstrating. The Ilambleton Hotel was opened to tho public last Monday by Mr. Hoin G. Turpin under very favorable circumstances. Mr. Turpin is well and favorably known throughout the county, and n big run of custom is predicted for him. The Democratic County Committee met at the Court House Monday, and decided on calling a primary election to select a candidate for the legislature, to bo held on Saturday before the third Monday in of the disApril. About tricts in the county were represented, and tho feeling among the members pre sented was decidedly in favor of a primary election over a mass convention. From the talk gathered among the politicians that wore here Monday, the legislative race appears to be a little unsettled. The meeting of tho County Committee was a surprise to many, as but few seemed to be apprised of a meeting at all, until the members from various portions of tho county began coming in. A great many thought that there was no necessity for a call so early, and that it might tend to work against the interest of the party. The Alliance men have not taken any action as yet, but it was thought perhaps that they would, and that it might be best to await their movements. However, tho committee has seen proper to act and it is believed generally will be governed by them. A few members of tho Alliance order were here, and when tho action of the Democratic Committee was announced they disproved it pretty strongly, and said further, that they as Democrats could not support any nominee of tho primary. Just what etrect this may have upon the success of the party in tho approaching struggle can be only a matter of conjecture. It is known that several members of tho Alliance, who uro Democrats w ould prefer to tako a member of that order for the legislature if they could get him, but as there is not likely to be one in the field they will stop and think before they repudiato "Old Democracy." thrce-fourtliB self to tho shoiltr, waived an examining trial, and is now in jail. lie will y havo his trial at the prcfent tunn of the Circuit Court. An inquest was held over tho body of Hecse on Friday morning by Judge Uuwlings, and tho jury returned a verdict that Reese's death was caused from wounds inflicted by a knife in tho hands of Ellsha Wnrnica. T. P. OUNDIFK, as n candidate fur the Legislature in Meado county. Suhject to the action of tho Demo- crotlo Primary, Juno 1.1, 1891. GUSTON. No one dangerously sick that we know of. Mrs. Eflle Snider was on tho sick list last week. At present it seems as though wo are not likely to have an ice harvest this winter. Our district school, taught by J. L. Simpson, closed last Friday, with general witlsfaction. Mr. Simpson, wo understand will teach a Spring school here, but of how many months duration we havo not learned. We met our jovial friend, Harry Bell, the other day for tho first time since his arrival from Florida. Harry is the same pleasant fellow that ho has always been.-Anone desiring to see his crane that lie killed while in tho orange clime, can do so y stepping into the store of Mr. F. M. Osborne. Wo were sorry to hear that our old schoolmaster and friend, E. II. Mitcham, had suicided. Mr. Mitcham taught two terms of school in this district some sixteen or eighteen years ago, and if there was ever a voice uttered against him as a teacher or otherwise, by pupil or pation, wo are in ignorance of it. .Mr. Mitcham was well known in this community and had n great many friends and acquaintances here. The killing of John Bees by Elisha Wanaker, is one of the most that has over been our lot to chronicle since we havo been scribbling items for the Nkws. The statements that we have heard of the tragedy havo been so diversified that we decline togivenny, knowing that the Brandenburg correspondent will have a better opportunity of learning tho true particulars. Mr. Bees wus a member of tho Sandy Hill Lodge of tho Farmers' and Laborer's Union, and was verv nnnrotirintalv buried by the members of that and other adjacent lodges, and on that occasion the fact was clearly demonstrated, that his grief stricken wife and little boy of two and a half year, had the sympathy of the entire community. AVe read a newspaper article the other day that somewhat startled us, and if it bo true, it is enough to startle mos--t any honest person. It stated that novels and other immoral literature, that was detrimental to its reades instead of beneficial, was distributed through the mails to the same at a cost of one cent per pound postage, while tho postage on Bibles, school, historical and other miscellaneous books, bound or unbound, was eight cents per pound, and that there was one firm in New York, with a capital of $3,000,000 engaged in this nefarious business, and that our Postmaster General said, thai we were loosing $1,000,000 yearly on account of such existing affairs, and that there were bills before both the House and the Senate to remedy this evil and that theso firms were represented there by their agents nnd experts ready to defeat any measure that might be presented as against their interest, and also that theso bills were likely to lay quietly there unless the people demanded their passage. Header, what do you think of it? I will toll you what 1 think about it. Tho officers of a government who are not enough interested in tho welfare of the people to remedy such evils as this, should be granted the free privilege of engauing in something besides holding office. I believe the time is not a hundred years distant (and I hope that I, with a great many other readers of tho Nkws, may live to see it) when if there isn't some changes made in the way of engineering our government, there will be some changes made in tho way of engineers. Upon the whole, it seems as though there is a class of people in this country styled by somo "laboring class," others stylo them "poor class," and some have called them "low class." Call them what you please, they propose, it seems, to make some demands and to watch tho actions of those whom they trust their public offices with a little closer in tho future than has been done in tho past. Verily, we live in an age that is lipo for investigation. Sl'IlSCItlllKlt. y ECONOMY! That is the Secret of Success. Buy where you can save the dollars. Mr. John Praises was in Louisville last week. G. A. Frymire spent Friday in Now Albany. E. 11. Davidson, Hoston, was in town Monday. Mr. ',. T. Ilerndon has returned home from Ohio. Mrs. Ed. Yeakel is visiting relatives in Louisville. Mr. W. II. Itichardson was in Louisville last week. Hon. A. W. Moreman was in Louisville Thursday. Mr. W. W. Harris, of Louisville, was in town Monday. Mr. Daniel Eldridge, of Ixmisville, was in town last week. Miss Agnes Malin was at homo from Louisville Sunday. Hon. David It. Murray, of Clovirpoit, was in town Friday. Miss Dora Hilf, of Garrett, is visiting Miss Jennie Woolfolk. E. W. Itichardson, who recently left here, has gono to Texas. Mr. Win. G. Heal! was sworn in as an attorney at this bar Monday. Mr. C. G. Moreman made a visit to Shawnectown, III., last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chapezo Wathen visited Mr. Ken Wathen at Irvington last week. Mr. E. A. Guedry has gone to Tennessee river, where he is loading some flat boats. Dr. Melton, of Mauckport, has located here, and will practice medicine at this place. Miss Mary McFurhind, of Long Branch, was tho guest of the Misses Woolfolk last Saturday. Misses Douglas and lew is, of Garnettt-villwere the guests of Mrs. Henry Harrington Sunday. Mrs. Amanda Hollaway and husband havo filed an injunction suit against tho L., St. L. k T. It. It. Miss Eddie Itobinson and Mary Harnett, of Vine Grove, who have been visiting Mrs. S. C. Malin, havo returned home. Gaz Brashear was arrested last week, charged with and was held over to await the action of the Grand Jury. Mr. and .Mrs. II. C. Hawlings, Jr., who havo been spending the winter with Mr. Itawiing's parents here, leave this week for their home in Kansas City. Lev Hoard, an old colored citizen of this town, died Monday, aged about IK) years. Uncle Lev has lived here nearly all his life, and has long been a familiar figure. Hon. G. W. Itichardson and Perry Condi If, both candidates for the Legislature, addressed the people here Monday. Both aio subject to the action of the Democratic party. The trial of tho writ of ad rjiuul dam-uuon tho premises of Mr. James II. Frymire, over which it is proposed to establish a new county road leading to Ekron, was held last Thursday, tho jury fixing the damages at $223. This is $0 more than he was ofi'ered by the County Court. It nows remains to bo determined as to whether or not the Court will establish tho road. Our county is rapidly gaining a very unenviable reputation by its numerous murders recently. We have now threo prisoners in jail charged with murder, and one other at large who has not yet been arrested. One peculiarity about this is that in the cases of the three who are in jail there are no witnesses to tho killing, and the defense in each case is that it was done in e, m A Dollar Made Is a Dollar Saved Rend the Cut Rates Below Wo offer this week Fifty pairs of Blankets at 90 c. former price $1.60 per pair. We linvc Ten pairs Alkazar Blankets left 10-size, which we offer at $2.15 per pair, formerly 83.00. - A few pairs "First Choice" Blankets, full 4 lhs. weight strictly all wool G0x80 inches for $5.00 per pair, formerly $7.00. A o also offer for this week only, Pepperell Shcctinc 10-- 4 full measure, bleached, at 22 c. . Another good ono at 18 c. Pepperell Bleached pillow shouting 10 e. Especially do we call your attention to our lino of Comforts from 45 c. to $1 .50 for best goods. t 4 1-2 1 VEST'S, ' CLOVERPORT, KY. y REDUCTION No. No. No. ,3 ! South Bent) Chill Plows to the Eront. 4 1 $8.00 same size as Xo. 19 Oliver. " $8.50 " No. 20 " $4.00 No. A 1 " Avery Steel Plows. Pony C. O. $3.00 reduced from $9.Q0 $ 4.50 D.O. $9.50 $10.40 $11.40 i Ura Clippers. '- No. 5 $10.00 reduced from $14.50. ' No. 25 $10.00 $13.50. Give us a call and try our Plows and you will be convinced there is no better. ' , that 1 z HENSLEY & JOLLY, Farmers' Supply House, IlAitDiNsuuiiG, Ky. New Store ! New Goods! W. E. MARTIN GROCERIES PICTURE FRAMES 1 &-am 1 ! rCWWA ba jmiM. yj lmWiY"ZJA fs CABINET WORK ! n, fV svri Repairing of Furniture a Specialty. Picture Frames made to ordeK Goods Delivered. x Give me a Call ! Dyspepsia Makes tlio lives of many people miserable, and often leads to Distress after eating, sour stomacli, sick headache, heartburn, loss of appctlto, a faint, " all gono" feeling, bad tasto, coated tongtio, and Irrcgu- larlty of tlio bowels, are , DIStrQSS somo of tho moro common cymptoms. Dyspepsia docs not get well of Itself. It jequlrcs careful, persistent attention, and n remedy like Hood's Sarsa- parllla, whlcb acts gently, yet surely and efficiently. It tones tho stomach and other organs, regulates tho digestion, creates a good appctlto, and by thus CI ok A overcoming tho local syinp-toms removes tho thetlc effects of tlio disease, banishes tlio headache, and refreshes tlio tired mind. " I havo been troubled with dyspepsia. I had but llttlo appetite, and what I did cat distressed me, or did mo UnnH-,lttl0 eooa- - ln an hour DUrn after eating I would cxpo- feeling, rlcnco a faintness, or tired, as though I had not eaten anything. My trouble, I think, was aggravated by my business, which is that of a painter, and from being moro or less shut up la a room with fresh paint. Last spring I took Hood's Sarsa- - StOmaCn rllla took three bottles. It did mo an Immcnso amount of good. It gave mo an appctlto, and my food relished and satisfied tho craving I had previously experienced.'' (lEonaE A. r.tan, Watcrtown, Moss. Opposite M. Hamman's Furniture Store. CLOVERPORT, KY. J. II. IIll'KMAV, IWt. C. W. BlIANSFOlID, VlcC-lW- t, AfEllllKKT, Sec. k Mgr After eating JpMnnpffi . f O a o "THE OWENSBOROt" J.X.A.lTUIB'.A.aTTJXt.lHJD Sour X'lxe Afaleiial BY "Wag-onnship Unsurpmed. Durability, Style & . Co. finish Unequalled. "& kJS & V I Workm Bold bjr all druggliti, 8I itxforfis. Prepared only by 0. 1. HOOD & CO., Apothocarlei, Lowell, Man. Hood's Sarsaparilla IOO Miuiufaetiirore of Vngonn, Drnyn nnd Dump Carta. Capacity 25 wagons a day, with u rapidly growing trade extending over eighteen Southern and WeHtern &'taten, and wherever intoduued Ih uiiivcnuilly considered tho best wagon on tho market. Ton Sam:, ii v i jF1. IBEJ - ienD ' A.T? cSc Dosos Ono Dollar X)IlTSBTJIa- CO., - ICY. ww -- v- T Torzijsmzyr. lMBBMiMMMMiMMgMIMMMIBiaMiMaMAtoZIZ-lrTTr. - . . -- . ,;---,;-- ;- r .. - wphw mg,, "i"njl.,r Ji.lrt,iiaMhJ,'inMBiliMMlfcMltl.ijlMllMliLLhMMin wj wmmmmumm Hi mmwwmBwmimmms' j mi iJ?Pj. i'i - V I i 1 7 Jup'Rq M " " Ill You wlll'find cholco eating potatoes at Bowmcr & Hamblcton's. Messrs. Woodson and Stickels, of Louisville, were In tho city on Monday, making arrangements for tho establishment of a cigar manufactory. They have secured tho old bank building and will return Monday next to commence business. It is due to tho efforts of Hon. David It. Murray that tliis industry has been induced to locate here. Mr. J. E. Keith shipped by rail yesterday to Lowisport a 4,000 pound monument, price $150, also ono to Henderson, price $15. He received two orders from Leavenworth, Ind., one for a $75 monument, the other for a $25 one, and three orders from Meade county as follows: $00, $35 and $12. Mr. Keith Is turning out some very flno work in tho monument line. During last November tho city of Hawesville declared the track of the L., St. L. ifcT.lt. It. on tho front street to bo a nuisance, and imposed a fine of $5 for each day that tho railroad company should maintain its track at that place. Tho company could better afford to pay the fine than to removo the track, so tho alleged nuisance remained unabated. A week or two ago tho city ordered its attorney to prosecute tho railroad company every day, thereby piling up costs for tho company. As the court imposing the fine had final jurisdiction to the amount of $5, tho company could not appeal; but Hon. David It. Murray has dropped a bomb into tho Hawesville camp by filing suit in the Circuit Court to enjoin the city from prosecuting the company. ii i. II I ill ' ' ' Those Resolutions. Editoii Bueckesiudoe News: Dcur SiV. I havo heretofore written many letters that have been published in your paper, and I know you will not I now deny me a short statement. never have been called on to prove any statement that I have made, and I now stato that the resolutions wero passed by a majority vote. I regret that the Secretary did not send you a copy as directed. I havo learned since that lie says that tho voto on tho resolutions was a tie. This statement bears on its face an untruth, for thcro sat tho President pro lew., I, Brashear, whoso duty it was to glvo tho casting vote if necessary. But ho did not, as it was not necessary, tho resolutions having carried without his voto and without counting ono other voto for tho Preston Lodge which it was entitled to have, as I, by unanimous consent, was allowed to vote for that lodge. It is claimed since by our partisan enemies that I had no right to vote, when tho truth is, I first obtained unanimous consent to do so, which was absolutely necessary, or else tho Preston Lodge would havo been deprived of its two votes. I ought to have cast two votes for the Preston Lodge, as the only other delegate was then acting as President, but I only cast ono. Tho other voto mentioned as not counted was an oversight at tho proper time, but that may be all dismissed and tho resolutions stood upon their merits as a living exponent of tho will and wishes of tho different organizations. I caro not whether they over had been insido any assembly or not; it is a move for liberty and independence, now demanded everywhere. Tho tunc was when wo did not deem it best to make independent nominations, but that time has passed. So has President Erwin. Ho was a great apple in tho eye of tho partisan bosses while trying to hold the boys insido tho old party lines. I have no quarrel with tho great mass of the Democrats and Republicans; they aro all right. It is the leaders, such as Carlisle and Cleveland, Sherman nnd Ingalls, and many others like them, who control both parties and shapo all legislation, that wc aro determined not to follow any longer, and are thereforo compelled to make independent nominations. I am represented as being a Democrat that has for some time indiscriminately scratched tho ticket. That is true. And when the Democratic party met in national convention and nominated Horace Grecly for President, I think that would make any man scratch. I havo ever' reason to believo that the State meeting to bo held at Elizabeth-tow- n to nominato an independent Stato ticket on tho 17th day of March next, will be the largest held in Kentucky in many years. Brethren, remember tho day and date and be ye all ready. As to Brother Fallen," we never had any agreement or consultation about the resolutions, though it would havo been an honor to havo done so. Tho resolutions aro original and solely put forth by your humblo servant and endorsed by the county assembly, and by them I am willing to stand or fall. I am not a candidate for any office, preferring to work for the good of the T. S. Fiiymiiie, order. P. C. A. of tho F. M. B. A. Preston, Ky., Feb. 7th. Meade County News please copy.l I v7 ifiAlP-- & nnd refreshing to tho taste, and acta promptly on tho Kidneys, liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeablo suhstances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it the most popular remedy known. Syrup or Figs is for snle in 50c and $1 bottles by all leadins druggists. Any reliable drugi'ist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8AN FRANOISC ), CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, ,V.r". Syrupof Figs is taken; it is pleasant ONE ENJOYS Both tlio method and results when Al ttoH SP$?firl l -- C'J X wwnnMHiniHBBHuBHHU.'JW y& Dress 1 ropeiiy ! ! " WI5 VftrSflKL You can do it as well as not with our aid. There's lots of satisfaction in it, not to speak of the profit. Begin at the Neck Four-in-Haiu- ' Nothing proclaims a man like his necktie. We've got Scarfe, Puffs, Hows, an endless variety in the Newest Designs, and at prices Well, we'll let the Prices speak for themselves. They can do it without assistance. And l, 1 Talking of Prices iml " ! rwnasaKrawnnp'tta We're offering jemarkablc values in the Shirt Line. Extra Fine ones for Evening wear, Dress Shirts, and also lower rrades. Nice line in UNION STAR. Mr. J. B. Ricketts is on the sick list. E. A. Richardson is visiting his parents .here. A Valentine ball was given here Saturday night. Mr. Clayt. Crosson came home sick last Friday. Mr. E. B. Gardner went to Tell City last Friday. Mr. Jas. L. Cart is teaching at Tucker's school-hous- Hambleton House HAItMNSHURO, KY. BION G GENTLEMEN'S TRIMMINGS c V. . V -- fe- - I"" . 1 - ( -t' Subject to the action of the Democratic party. Mrs. Hichard Morcman is quite ill. Mrs. Robert Bowmcr, of Hardinsburg, Saddlery and OJice over D. Hambltlon's is visiting Mrs. A. B. Skillman. Harnm Store. Miss Lizzie Sauers went to Holt yesCLOVEBPORT. KY. terday. W. 8. TAYLOK. II. TAYLOIt, J. C BUSK, J. File DcIIaven went to Louisville yes & Co., terday. Marshal Jordan went to Stephensport .yesterday. Over Zulaufs Jewelry Store 0WENSB0R0, KY. Mrs. J. WL Johnson went to Louisville Frederic Street, yesterday. Dr. Sam Watkins, of Owensboro, was Announcement. FOR THK LEGISLATUKK. in tho city yesterday. Wc are authorised to nnnouncc Mr. F. K. Mr. George Harris has gone to RHODES, as il candidate for the I.cjjlsl.lturc. Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, PERSONAL. TURPIN, - Proprietor, busi-ncss. DENTISTS J. H. Taylor This house is now open for It has been thoroughly overhauled, repaired and refurnished throughout and is now in condition. Wc solicit the traveling public to give us a call. Rates reasonable. first-clas- s SULZER'8 13. G. TURPIN, Prop'r. FREE TO ALL.gg Catnlosu3 of Plants, j Bulbs Vines, Shrubs,!" Trees. Small Fruits, Grape V'ncs, Seeds, jte Evcrgre ens, etc., will 55 be mailed Free to nil c applicants; 80 pages 3. nnd 4000 varieties of 3fi Alf. Cashinan is expected from New Albany Sunday. Mrs. E. B. Gardner was among the sick, but is better. Miss Beck Ricketts is again with her mother at Cloverport. Miss Gertrude Gardner has returned to RRiWffimffSKf.VnlKMWf,1n,ffi!fSfS?i?M,n,t,rS!n Our Now Illustrated 5E ? u f Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, FEBUUAUY 18, 1891. S LOCAL BREVITIES. All kind of seeds. Sulzer's. Sec Sulzer's nice line now neckwear. Tho two little children of Mr. and Mrs. John 1). Uabbago havo the measles. Ladies' vests big drive, sets them. Suiter's. New lot ladies' and misses' corsets. Snker's. Repairs for Oliver chill plows and Avery's tit J. L. Miller's. Avery C. 0. plows at J. L. Miller's for $7; 2bteel points. I will sell stoves, tinware, hardware, cheaper than anybody. J. L. Miller. Drawing tablets, 5 and 10 cents, at V ISabbago's. - A- See the new styles of writing paper at Babbage's. For fresh bananas, apples, oranges, candy, etc., call at Martin's drug store. Northern Early Hose potatoes for sale by Bowmcr & Ilamblcton. Como to tho Bankrupt House for your fbur, sugar, coffee, molasses, etc. Do you want field seed of any kind? If so call on Bowmer & Hambleton. Come to tho Bankrupt House for tobacco, cigars and confectioneries. Landreth's fresh garden seeds and onion sets for sale at Martin's drug store. For bargains in pure and fresh drugs and medicines, go to C. C. Martin, practical druggist. I can sell you the finest chilled plow s. made for $7. Guaranteed to 'be J. L. Miller. Biggest lot of ladies,' misses' and children's hosiery over brought to tho city at one time. Sulzer's. Tho lunch stand at tho depot has changed hands. Percy Carson is now in charge. For choice timothy hay call on Bowfirst-clas- Mr. W. C. Moorman, of Glcndeane, the city last week. Mrs. Jennie Duncan, Holt's Bottom, was in tho city Saturday. Mr. John Burks, of Henderson, was in tho city Monday. Mrs. Cicero Sutton, of Owensboro, is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Keith. Walker Board and Morgan Fountain, Holt's Bottom, were in the city Monday. Messrs. Frank Ferry and David Cully were in the city Monday. Mr. C. W. Moorman went to Louisville Monday evening. Mr. D. StQwart Miller went to Louis-vill- o yesterday. Messrs. F. N. Delluy, Win. Ramsey and Joseph Porter went to Hardinsburg Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boyd, of Hawesville, were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Boyd last week. Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Collins spent Sunday in the country with her father, Mr. Jas. Smith. Mr. Andrew Jackson left yesterday for Paris, 111., to visit his sister, Mrs. Delia Collier. Mr. J. C. Loomis, of tho Vitriated Brick Company, was in tho city Tuesday. Mr. Sam Thomas May and wife, of Hardinsburg, wero tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lewis, Sunday. Mrs. It. N. Hudson, Louisville, visited her mother, Mrs. J. I). Gregory, last week. Miss Lillio Ferry accompanied Mrs. Geo. Grady, of Owensboro, to Stephens-por- t Monday. Mrs. Grady is paying a visit to friends bore and at Stephensport. Mr. George W. Bentley left on Monday for England. Mr. Bentley has encouraged us to hopo that ho will bo with us again soon. There remains here a fair inducement for Mr. Bentlcy's rewas in her homo in Louisville. Sntlsfnctlon h finnrantw.1. Rev. Chas. Meyers will hold his regu35 Greenhouses; 30 acres. Address, 2s IS NANZ & NEUNER. r.nmsvtrrr lar services here S Dick Elder, of Little Dixie, is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. O. Cunningham. Mr. J. K. Hill, representing L. A. Nib-lacRockport, Ind., was in town Thursday. Send your Order to uKr $2 00 per We can nlesie von. KJ mm 4 i.t ah in R. C. Richardson, who has been conLANdSHtN. ABprciALTvLsLM.1'':' Per 26 send for circular fined to the house four or five weeks, is ERDMAN BROS. Louisville, Ky. now recovering. Myra Hanks, who has been attending McElree's Wine of Cardul school here, returned to her home at Stephensport Saturday. nnd THEDFORD'S aro Jim, Tom and Mattio Milncr, Charley for salo by the following merchants in and Eva Cashinan, Ota, Jim and Essio DrcckonrMgo County : O. W. Short, Cloverport. Biggs, Nowsom and Ida Gardner, Blanche Drnshcar X Lay, Stcrilionsport. and Emnyi Severs and Susio Brashear on the Bick list last week, but we were aro glad to say all are nearly or quite well at this writing. You Must stock of Ki.assiasiiatHttayiKi'twa v Since it is a self evident fact that you must Eat to Live, or Live to Eat, we desire to present to your economical consideration our complete Eat! :- k, ml HJiGSflflfCGGS GENERAL GROCERIES, Careful Selection, mm Reasonable Prices, Appeal to your Pure Goods, - : Reason -:- - Pocket -:- - Health R. E. MOORMAN. Brockcnridge News Building, CLOVERPORT, KY. Gentlemen s Ladies You should hnve your Alrxandrr's Hotel, Seventh and Market Streets, Iowa seed oats just ceived by Bowmcr & Hambleton. Ono car-loa- d re- The Louisville Market. Tho features of tho tobacco market this week have been exceedingly largo offerings and active, strong prices for all grades and all types of Burley. Tho offerings this week have been unprecedented-l- y large, Tuesday's breaks amounting to 1001 hogsheads, tho largest single day's sales ever made in any market. The quality of tho offerings have been generally good, and in fairly good order. Tho character of tho crop continues good in substance and texture, but lacking in s red fillers, color. It abounds in but colory wrappers have almost disappeared. Tho great amount and variety of tobacco being offered gives buyers nn opportunity to fill all orders for almost any quality or typo. Tho most active competition is for good red fillers and cutters, but there is n strong and healthy demand for sound, serviceable lugs and medium leaf. Old Burley has been in better favor this week, but does not sell up with the new crop. Very little tlark tobacco is being offered and while prices aro still low, there is a much better demand for this kind than existed a few weeks ago. Farmers Homo Journal. first-clas- Notice to Tax Payers. J. S. DeJcrnotto has placed in my bands tbe tax book of tbo Ulovorport Magisterial District for the years of 1889 and 1890 for collection. All persons Indebted to htm please jettlu at once. Win. Ramsoy, Deputy Sheriff. YorK Steam Laundry, of Louisville. Daniel S. Duncan, Jr., will call at your residence evory Monday and would be glad to have your trade. Doat work guaranteed. K. C. BAMJAOE, Agt. Collars and Cuffs Nicely polished by tho Now Louisville, - - Kentucky. For Sale. a highly bred trotter or Ha spy Thought, a combined bred horso. Doth young and sound. Addrcsi Jas O. Stkpiikvs, Sr., , or J, O. Jr. Holt, Ky. Stki-iikns- A MAN WANTED per Month Fithcrof our Stallions Ilrown's McQuald, I We want lo employ a live onergetlo man to act as our agent and iquad managor, in this and two or three other counties. to $301), Applicant will be rcqulrod to giro a bond for and furnish a good bor;o nnd bugzy. No one need apply who cannot comply with this requirement. Address with references, stating ago nnd former employment, Will Pay $75.00 a suitable party. Having sold out our entire interest in tho hotel on Jeilerson street, wo have re. moved to our old stand that we occupied for years so successfully at Seventh and Market streets, aro now fitting it up in elegant shape now throughout, and the outfit in evory way will bo elegant, including one of Hale's Safety Passenger and lJiiggago Elevators with all tho late improvements. Vro want all of our old friends to come and see us in our old home. AVc o you that our Itooms, Table and Service shall bo second to none in tho land. . Jly wife, Mrs. Jo. H. Alexander, wants to bo remembered to nil her lady friends and she will be glad to see them and give them a hearty reception. FARE $2.00 PER DAY. pro-mis- Valuable Farm for Sale! Containing 300 acres. 200 acres cleared , 100 in fino timber, situated on tho Hardinsburg and Cloverport Turnpike, tvo miles West of JO. B. ALEXANDER, Manager. turn. Mr. Leo Boll, nephew of Mrs. L. E. Temple, has located in Cloverport, after an absenco of several years in business at Stonovillc, Miss. Miss Annie E. Wilson and Mr. James E. Stone, of Louisville, who havo been visiting the family of Mr. James E. Mills, returned homo Monday. Mr. James Heron returned from Now York Saturday, accompanied by bis wife, whom ho met at Now York upon her arrival from England. Good Old Times Coming. Not for many years has tho business outlook for this city promised a brighter future than it does now. Tho present crop of tobacco is the finest that. has been raised for a number of years, and tho prices now being paid by our dealers is attracting the farmers from all sections of tho count'. In fact tho dealers in this city aro tho only ones in tho market that aro paying anything near what tho farmers consider a fair price. Tho is, they aro getting tho best crops, and drawing to this town a number of oltl tobacco raisers who formerly sold hero, but of lato years havo been selling at other places. Mr. J. T. Wheeler, member of the firm of Fraizo & Co., which has bought tho bulk of tho tobacco so far, informs tho News, that last week their purchases amounted to nearly 100,000 pounds, for which thoy paid from $8 to $12 per 100. Ho further stated that tho present crop in . Brcckenridgo is the finest ho has &un in many years, and tho prices being paid now will put plenty of money into the fannor's pockets and make tho business lively hero this Spring. Our merchants can take a cue from this und prepare themselves for a good business. Within tho next ton days the streets of this city will bo overrun with their wagons piled high up with (he weed, and their pockets jingling with the filthy lucre. Truly it will look like tho olden times, and Cloverport will bo herself again. The Southwestern Pub. House, 153 & 155 Spruce Street, NASHVILLE, TENM. fes ZBXEljJZj 88 c. Will buy a pair of Cloth Wind owShades with a handsome border, mounted on spring rollers ready for hanging size 3x6 feet, a bargain. Hardinsburg and eight miles East ot Cloverport. Forty acres sown in wheat, forty acres good corn ground, and twenty acres for oats, ten acres for tobacco, the remainder in grass. Improvements, ono dwelling and two tenant houses, two barns, and well supplied with water tho year round, two orchards, one bearing, tho other just sot out. This is a splendid farm and well suited for raising stock. Will bo sold at alow price snd on reasonable terms. For further particulars address J. T. ROBARDS, mcr & Ilamblcton. Tho many friends of Mis. Dr. Smith will bo rejoiced to learn of her recovery from her late illness. Como to the Bankrupt IIouso for your canned fruits, preserves, jellies, oranges, raisins, Ac. There is danger in impure blood. Thcro is safety in taking Hood's Sarsaparilln, tho great blood purifier. 100 doses one dollar. F. N. Delluy, A. B. Skillman and Bowmer it Hambleton are making arrangements to operato tho Cloverport planing mill. White ear corn for sale. Bowmer & Hambleton. Mnj. J. T. Miller will put 250 feet of casing in his salt well east of town today, and will immediately commence pumping pure salt water. C. S. Perrigo gives notice to farmers tffat he is prepared to prjzo tobacco at Duncan's warobonso, Cloverport. Prices Tobacco classed in any reasouablo. stylo if desired. Bowmer & Hambleton is headquarters for molasses of nil kinds. Dispatches from Pennsylvania aud tho upper Ohio valley indicate that all the tributaries aro boyond their banks and heavy rains are stijl falling. So fanners and residents in the river bottoms may prepare for the flood. Pearl Lcsloy, Belle Braldocks, Jeff Simmons and Sam Brown, four colored celebrities, wcro each fined $5 and costs in Mayor Pierco's court during tho past week. Tho latter two are working out their fines on tho streets. The Sage of Seguin. Austin, Texas, August 8, 1885. To Mn. A. K. Hawkes Dear Sir : It gives me pleasure to say that I havo been using your glasses for somo timo past with much satisfaction. For clearness, softness and for all purposes intended, thoy are not surpassed by any that I have ever worn. I would recommend them to all who want a superior glass. I am very respectfully yours, X X J. D. BABBAGE, Wall Paper & Windnw Shados. Cloverport, Ky. Hardinsburg, Ky. ID John Ikelani), Ex-Go- of Tnxas. Printers' Ink A'JOUIISAL FOll ADVEHTISEllS. X Is Issuod weekly, and Is the representative journaf the trade Journal of American adver tisers. It Indicates to the Inexperienced adver titer how, when, and whore he should advei tise; how to write an advertisement: hnw display one; what nowipapers to use; bow luuch money to expend in fact, discourses on every point that admits of proQtablo discussion. Advertising is an art practiced bv manv but un derstood by few. The conductors of Printers' Ink understand It, and their advice Is based on an experience of more than twenty-flv- e years In placing advertiseing contract! for many of the largest and most successful advertisers. A year's subscription oosts but two dollars : sam ple copies Free. Address : All oyes fitted and fit guaranteed by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. We mean what wc say, and say to tho sowers of Grass Seed, that wo havo a largo stock of fresh Now Seed, of Northern Whito Oats, Red Top, Orchard Grass, Timothy, Red Clover and Saplin Clover. Wo havo been selling Seed for tho past twenty years, and all that timo wo havo endeavored to givo our customers tho purest, host and cleanest seed tho market affords. Wo aro offering our field seeds at low figures. Be sure and get our rock bottom prices heforo buying elsewhere. If you wish Fertilizers to go with your Oats, wo havo a supply of tho Cincinnati Desiccating Pure- Bono Fertilizers, which is known all over this part of tho country. Our experience in this goods has proven them to bo equal to any, a talk with the farmers teaches us that ono of tho best results from Fertilizers is when it is properly used in Oat crop. con-sisti- III Ul JS" fiOYAl i SiV. A AVsMolJW THE immrj' .' trk T KW.W . -- BEST m SrS CHEAPEST CONSIDERING w w."Lov.r MEDICINE MEDICINE CONSTIPATION. LIVER CHILL CUF?E. JtNOWN QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. B. F. BEARD IT WILIi ALSO OUE3D BILIOUSNESS, DYSPEPSIA, AMD CnnONIO k JLJ CO. QEO.P.nOWELLifr 10 Spruce CO., POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. U, S. Government C. C. MARTIN, Cloverport, DRUQQI8T NEXT DOOR BCLOW POST OFFICE. Newspaper Advertising Dureau, St., New York. Ky BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Cures Indication, Illllousncss, Dyspepsia, Mala, rla, Nervousness, and General Debility l'hyil-clan- s recommend It. All dealers sell it. Genuine h&a trade mark and crossed red Hues ou wrapper. Tor oltlier fancy or etaplo call on Bowmer & grocericB, lieport, Aug. 17, 1889. Hambleton. s HARDINSBURG, KY. JlLi ss ,'vli Pv. Breckenridge News, December. On ClirhtfAAiiUy. when (Ires wore 1 1, And all our brvftkfast done, We iiprrad our toys out on tlie floor And pljyetl Hiiro In tho sun. The nursery gnietleil of Christmas tree. And under wliero It stood TlionlieplienU walclioil tltvlr flock of slicep. All made of aliited wood. Outside tho liotnc the air nan cold And qtilot all about, Till far across the unoivj" roofs The Chrlotnins bell rang out. But soon the slolxli bells Jingled by Upon the strwt below. And people on the nay to church Went cnmchltii; tlmmgli the micht. We did not quarrel once nil days Mamma and crandma xnld Tliey liked to lie In where we wcro. So pleasantly wo plaj ed. I do not soo how any child Is cross on Christmas day, When all tho lovely toys are new, And every one can play. In St. Nicholas. Katherlne THING3 YOU CAN 00 AT a CiNNEIt. THE DR?S3D BEEr Aro l)roi-'- d .NDJSTRY. on tin ORCHARD AND GARDEN. INSTRUCTIVE NOTES ON FLOWCRS, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. rle Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is in great ; every body npeak well of it. The jtricc is 2o cents. "Tho eyes of other people are the eyes that ruin its," but if your eyes are weak anil sore from catarrh, Old Saul's Catarrh Cure will relieve you. PEASANT WOMEN IN The business your of tho house of ArIt is very hnnl to invent anything new pass off mour & Co.. Chicago, closed on Oct. 1, that will help to mako a dinner If ono and tho o.thibit which this firm prosonts well nnd make it remomlercd. has money enough and brains it is less for tho past year is interesting for the difficult, but thcro nro always bo many mngnitudeof its operations. The total people who havo more money nnd quite distributive sides wero $05,000,000. The as generous an nllowanco of brains who extent of the beef production of the have done tho thing before nnd done it house is stuiiendous. They slaughtered CJO.OOO cattle during tho year and also so much better. is tWO.OOO sheep. The gross weight of these The gastronomic part of the dinner not considered that is a matter for the animals was approximately fiTo.OOO tons, cook; but thero is much more to a good equivalent to nn average. exceedin;cl"J busidressed dinner than food, although some people cai loads of the year. beef for each ness day of will deny this and call it absurd. There Tho pay roll amounted to $3.r00.000, is a great deal in making tho diners n't average price for the easo with ono (mother if they chance to nnd allowing nn strangers, and that cannot bo done Def nnd mutton bought (bettor than tho be by substituting Littlo Neck clams for m trket has been) this expenditure for oysters. But it was done very cleverly cattle would amount to about $13,000,-00which, taken with tho cost of latlie other night in this city where somo Annourj suryoung jieoplo of New York were bor, would still lcavo the bright plus on the year's business i2.000.000. to meet 6omo ns clover young people These figures nro all rather large to from two other cities. When they seated themselves they grasp, but still ono cm easily see that found a large, square envelope nt each m nil tho beeve3 bought, with labor ldded in. thero i still u margin of a CO plate addressed to each of tho dinner per cent. udv.m.- - on cattle bought for party, and with mutual bows of the 3 Ways of Hntcrtnlnlnj; Your durst Which Are Not Commonplace, Verge of Iluulmiptoy? llrnf Moll lutU'rl'tg JAPAN. They Are Much the Sumo Today n Tin Ir Allocator Were On til He Arii. The peasant woman, clad summer and winter in tho same dress of blue cotton, nnd hardly distinguishable) afar from her husband, who wears his hair in a knot liko hers and is clad in a rolw of the samo color the peasant woman who is daily seen bowing over her toil in tho tea fields or in tho liquid mud of tho rico Bwales, protected by a rough hat on days when tho sun bnrns, and having her head completely enveloped when the north wind blows by a dreadful mnfiler, always blue, that only leaves tho almond eyes to view tho Email nnd funny peasant woman of Japan, wherever she may bo sought for, even in most remote districts of tho interior, is incontestably much more refined than our peasant woman of tho west. She has pretty hands nnd pretty delicato feet; a mere touch would Bufllco to transform her into one of thoso ladies that nro painted on vases or transparent fccreens, and there would bo littlo hft to teach her of mannered graces, of affectations of all corts. Sho almost always cultivates a pretty garden around her ancient cottago of wood, whoso interior, garnished with whito mats, is scrupulously clean. Her household utensils, her littlo cups, her little pots, her littlo dishes, instead of being, as with us, of common earthenware daubed with brilliant flowers, are of transparent porcelain decorated with thoso light and fine paintings that bear witness of themselves to a long heredity of art. She arranges with original t:iste tho altar of her humblo ancestors. Finally, sho knows how to arrange in her own vases, with tho least spray of verdure, slender bouquets that tho most artistic among our women would hardly be capable of composing. Sho may possibly bo more honest than her sister of the cities and her life may bo more regular from our European loint of view, of course; she is nho mora reserved with strangers, more timid. with a bort of mistrust and dislike of the intruders, notwithstanding her amiable welcome and her smiles. In tho villages of tho interior, far from the recent railroads and from all modem imiwrtations, in places where the millenary immobility of tho land has not lieen disturbed, the peasant woman lias probably changed but littlo from what must have been, several centuries ago. her most remote ancestor, whose soul, vanished in time, has even ceased to hover over the family altar. At the barbaric periods of our western history when our mothers still preserved something of tho grand and wild rudeness of primitive times, there lived doubtless yonder, in those isles at the east of the ancient world, these samo little peasant women, so polite nnd bo mincing, and also these eamo little ladies of the cities, so civilized, with their adorable courtesies. Pierre Loti in IIarjer's. head they opened them with some curiosity nnd read t'leni with gradually increasing smiles. Each noto began nbruptly us follows: "My Dear Miss," or "Mr.," as the case was, "This is to assist you getting along well with tho man for girl on your , and ho is right. His full uamo i3 , tullis , noted for interested in , and becomes tiresome on well on .' Then his special hobby, which is followed a warning not to speak of such nnd such topics, or to reler to this or that iiolitical, religious or public question in terms of disrespect. Of course tho notes wero at once passed on to the man on the right, nud so on nround the table, and the ice in consequence was broken nt onco. It is just as well to remember, however, that the writer of the notes should possess great tact, and not too keen a sense of humor, because the slightest jest which might offend would be fatal. The opportunities in tho way of dinner cards atid menu cards are vast. Sometimes they can bo made very pleas ant reading by clover quotations under tho names, which compliment or satirize the diners, nnd sometimes they can be made very valuable by autographs and sketches by clover nrtists. One man m Philadelphia, who is noted for this sort of thing, gave a dinner to a theatre party who were going to see Henry Irving, nnd had tho menu cards tnatlo of photographs of the actor, with his and Miss Terry's autograph underneath. At another timo ho gave a dinner at tho Rittenhouso club to a dozen men, on which occasion the menu cards were printed without punctuation nnd in a solid block of type, something like this: "Littleneckclamspeasoupwhitebait if meltslambsbrains." etc. Tho card ended with, "Cheeeandtheusualsweotthings cofTeeatidlargefatexpensivecigars." Some menu cards now have places for the autographs of the diners, and some time during the dinner they are started around tho table with stylographic pens, nnd overy one present bigns his name to every other person's card until ho gets his own back again. Now York Evening Sun. Merit Wins. We desire to say to our citizens, that for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills, Bueklen's Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them eveiy time, and we stand leady to refund the purchase price, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely on their merits. G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and .1. A. Witt, Ky. g, Tax for Confederate Pensions. The Alabama House of Bepresentatives last week passed a bill levying a special f tax of of mill to raise a fund for dren speedily relieved and cured by "C. disabled Confederate soldiers and for C. C. Certain Cough Cure." Warranted. the widows of such as were killed in the Sold bv .1. W. Owen. What is lacking is truth and confidConfederate sen ice. The tax will raise ence. If there were absolute truth on a fund of SlL'5,000 annually. A special Iu Japan the act of flirting is a penal the one hand and absolute confidence on provision of the bill sets apait $1,200 an- offense. Serious complications arise tho other, it wouldn't be necessary for nually for the blind soldiers, of whom under the law, but the young people of the makers of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Itemedy there are ten or fift"cn in the State, The both sexes know that they can not wink to back up a plain statement of fact by a bill received only one negativo vote. and blink and giggle at each other unguarantee. They say -- "If we can't less they mean business. vtq you (make it personal, please,) of Is Life Worth Living? in the head, in any form or Mage catarrh Not if yougo through the world a dyspepThe South Dakota Senate has adopted we'll pay you $500 for your trouble in tic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are the report of tho committee in favor of making the trial." "An advertising a positive cure for the worst forms of aholhhingc p'tal pun'shmcut. fake," you say. Funnj, isn't it, how Dyspepsia, Indigeston, Flatulency and some people prefer sickness to health Constipation. Guaranteed and wold by Thomas Silverthorn, a hotelkeeper at when tho remedy is positive and the G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt Coral, Mich., has a bpectacle case five guarantee uMttte. Wise men don't put & Meador, Hardiusburg, Ky. inches long that datej back to the misty past. The lid and bottom aro of brass, money back of "fakes." And "faking" doesn't pay. Thiee of tho miners who wero over- tho tides of cupper. On the lid and opposite side are town rude engravings, Magical littlo granules those tiny, taken by the Hood iu the Mammoth and under each is written in tho Polish Mine disaster havo been rescued alive language tne scriptural account of the d Pellets of Dr. I'ierco scarcely larger than mustard seeds, yet power- after having been imprisoned for lb") birth of Cl:m,t. It is claimed to be from ful to cure active yet mild in operation. hours. They were found on the top of a tt() to OfiO j i ars old. Tho best Liver I'ill ever invented. Cure cross heading, tho highest point they At tlio t)0Mt. sick headache, diziness, constipation. could leach, and only six feet above thu lie Remember you're taking my water which held them prisoners. Here One a dose. they had waited iu darkness and heart with you She Yon are the fifth that has told gloom, but not without hope, for they Democratic Doctrine. me could hear tho throbbing of the great I the same thing --You all must think The Hartford Herald is getting down mil a pork packer. Yenowine's News to its knitting of late, and is giving its pumps (M10 feet away. They could not A Lurgn Contract. readers some good Democratic doctrino have lived much longer, on account of Lummtx That's a big job of cleaning to read. Mr. Mellcnry Hhoads, one of the scarcitv of air. Sknugnllet What? the editors of the paper, has been very Luminix Scouring the country Chi A Duty to Yourself. favorably mentioned in connection with Inter-OceaIt is surprising that people will use a cago tho race for State Superintendent of Schools. Mr. Hhoads is a young man of common ordinary pill when they can A ItoNtiiu llnrclury. secure a valuable English ono for tho fine literary attainment, of wide exper' ience as an educator, and should lie- - en- same money. Dr. Acker's English pills ; 'Vi and ter the race, ho would receive the solid are a positive cure for supjwrt of his section. Morgantown all liver troubles. They are small, sweet, easily taken, nnd do not gripe. Sold by Gazette. G. W. Shoit, Cloverport, Ky., nnd Witt A Safe Investment. A Meador, Hardiusburg, Ky. Is one which is guaranteed to bring The I'liited Mine. Workers of America, you satisfactory results, or in case of failure a return of purchase price. On this one of the members of the American Federation of Ijibor, convened at Columsafe plan you can buy from our advertised druggists n bottle of Dr. King's New bus, O. This organization has been selected by tho Federation to mako tho Discovery for Consumption, it guarto bring relief in every case, when next great national struggle for eight anteed used for any affection of Throat, Lungs hours. The demand for eight hours will or Chest, such as Consumption, Inflam- bo made on the first day of May next. Mrs. Lenhoy Hullo. Bill! mation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Representatives of the Federation, nud Mr. Lenhoy Well. I'll be eternally the Knights of Labor dramatically joinAVhooplng Cough, Croup, etc., etc. jeewhhszJedt and agreeable to taste, per- ed hands at the Convention. pleasant Mrs. Lenhoy What's up? fectly safe, nnd can always bo dopended Sore Throat, Hacking Cough, Chest Mr. Leahey I'm a lamb if I ain't got upon. Trial bottles free at fl. W. SJiort's, Pain, etc., cured by taking tho great remmixed up on these crooked streets, un went an' broko inter my own house! Cloverport, Ky., and J. Witt's, Hitrilins-buredy "C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure." Judun. Sold by J. W Owen. Ky. one-halHiigat-coaten slaughter, bn t':.'.c tho evidence ndduced by the senatorial committee which investigated the beef combine goes for naught. The dressed beef men, it will lie remembered, then claimed a profit of to $1.50 on each head. from Tho Armours' annual btatement shows that, for example, a thirty dollar steer after being paid for, nnd the labor of converting him into dressed beef, glue, fertilizer and other products is also pai 1 for, tho dressed beef man yet has an ml ranee of $15 when his product is sol 1. There is never any trouble ubout disposing of dressed beef products, eo that t'e sides are us sure ns the existence of th? dressed beef to bell, and thus on each steer bo'ight the dressed beef man, after '.he cost of converting into dressed beef haft been paid, reaps an advance of $15 upon the amount invested. The dressed beef industry is not i'i such u tottt'iiug condition as tho dressed beef men would have the country believe A WINDOW AQUARIUM. if this belif is to be based upon the marigolds, or any of the small growing work of the eat teuntoriul commit tco native ditch and pond plants. Dwellers ' Stock Journal. in town houses will find that tho foregoing will not only form a pictureequo effect, but will nlso servo tho additional A Child Killed. purposo of shutting out unsightly obAnother child killed by the use of opi- jects. ates given in the form of Soothing syrup. I'mni'ltu Vuilrtle nf Slice t I'ntatneii. Why mothers give their children such Vick calls attention to tho Qen. Grant deadly poison is surprising when they sweet potato na a variety deserving gencan relieve the child of its peculiar trou- eral notice. Ho Bays: "Its qualities are bles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. distinctive nnd valuable. It is an early It contains no opium or morphine. Sold variety, enduri'jg drought. It grows bo potato as to by G. W. Shoit, Cloverport, Ky. ami unliko tho ordinary sweet render it much of a curiosity. Tho stalk Witt it Meador, llardinsburg, Ky. does not vine, but forms a bush of vigorous gtowth, with largo leaves, red Mrs. Itebecca Harding Davis in her veined, nnd growing its tubers deeply new Serial Story for Boys, "Kent Hamp- and closely at tho btallc and clustered Irish potato. den," which is now being published in like onr common cize, more round The tubers aro of great than "The Youth's Companion," describes in long, of u light yellow color, but when n most entertaining manner the life in cooked of u deep yellow. Tho quality is the South during the early years of this of tho best, tho flavor rich, the flesh dry Century. Mrs. Davis spent part of her and mealy; they nro excellent keepera. life in Western Virginia, and has woven Among other favorites aro Early n very early sweet potato, of light into the story enough of history and tradition to make it of unusual interest to red color, extra quality and fit for use beforo tho Gen. Grant, but smaller in the inhabitants of that section. The il- bize. Another variety always liked is the P. Snyder, are espelustrations, by Blue sweet potato." cially good. IliiitliiC Orcc-i- i Ilouites. In plant houses ono of tho most imporThe Department of Agriculture estimates tho nuuib.T of milch cows in tant points to bo observed la regularity temperature. Tho careless method of the United States to be 10,01!), fi'Jl ; other in permitting a high temperaturo ono night cattle, :50,875,;iS; sheep, and a low ono tho noxt is too often re50,05,100. Hogs show a decrease from sponsible for tho sickly nppearanco of last rear in both nuinb?r and value. plants which may havo been properly treated in other respects. In extremely Science cannot produce a bettir remcold weather it is better to allow tho edy for all malarial diseases than "C. temperature of a plant house- to fall a C. C. Certain Chill Cure." Pleasant to few degrees below tho usual btandard. take. Guaranteed to cure Chills and This will bo less enervating than a forcing temperature, with its rapid evaporaFever. Sold by .1. W. Owen. tion. W. II. Tiipin says that during bharp weather, when hnrd firing is necesBaron Ilirsch, of Germany, lias added sary, it will bo beuelicinl to damp down l'',000,000 francs to his previous dona- warm houses by sprinkling tho walks tions of $10,003 per month for the past and the surface under tho benches, espeyear, to aid the immigration of Jews to cially in the morning and evening, but the United States, and their education. tins operation is not so often required in houses in which thero aro vapor pans of bomo description placed on tho pipes. Croup and Whooping Cough iu chil1 Gio-veibPea-body, Direction! Aliout tlio ArrtioRcniriit f n Window Tor tlio Suitable. Itcccptlon mill Growth of rerun, Mohm-s- , Point Mllm unit Oilier .Viuttlo I'limta. In tho cut hero reproduced from Garden Illustrated is .shown n window fitted up for and furnished with aquatic plants. This suggestive illustration will bo welcome to thoso who may desire plants in windows whero it is impossible to grow tho usual flowering kinds. As all botanists understand, water plants can be made to thrive and produce nn artistic feature without the sunshino ro necessary to most of tho plants grown in pots nnd hanging baskets. The illustration represents n window case fitted with Virginia cork, and hung with ferns and mosses, whilo in tho tank below are arrowheads (Sngittarias) and Trlel of a Stiirpciiii. botf beans (Meyanthes). In addition to A strange accident occurred on the these the Cape pond flower (Aponogcton distnehyon) might be added, also Vallis-ncri- a steamer Columbia near Reeder's laml':g a few days ago. Bernard, a stur'spiralis, variegated arums, marsh geon fisherman, John was hauling iu a huge fish, when it suddenly took a run. and before he could get clear of the line he was dragged orerboard and came near drowning before t'onltl reach him. Bernard is u brother to the man who was run down and drowned from a fishing boat by the steamer S. G. Reed about two years ago, and wns in the boat nt the time his brother wns drowned. By it Btrange coincidence the accident occurred at exactly the samo place where the fatality occurred two years ago. Astoria (Oie.) Columbian. Welxlii'il 104 I'miml-i- . Dr. Charles T. Bean died at his home in Chelsea recently of pneumonia. A few years ago lie was obliged to abandon A 1'rcncli nlrl' Predicament. A comical contretemps has just taken place in one of the provincial towns of France. Over twenty years ago the wife of a prominent citizen gave birth to a little girl who was christened Camille. nnd whose birth, according to French law, wns duly registered at Iho mayor's office. But as Camille is a name that is given to boys ns well as to girls itt France, the mayor Jiuule a mistake in entering the registration, and set down tho infant as being n br.y. Time passed on and the other day Mllo. Camille who was on tho point of being mnrried received a notice to' report "himself for military service. Owing to tho overwhelming red tapeisni of French offlciul matters, the poor girl lm had all tlie trouble in the world to prove that sho is really a yonng woman and not a mnn at all. Moral: Mothers in France should never bestow upon their daughters names that are masculine us well us feminine. Paris Cor. Pittsburg Bulletin. S-AJ3ZE- 1891 FRASMK S.COOK -- : :- . . SHINGLES,- - DOOES, 3I &c ZBXjZELTID Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET. 15th. & 16th STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. Mfiition this paper. s-zz-- lie outdror practice on account of growing obesity, nud lias been confined to his home. His general health has been fair and his mind not impaired. His unnatural eorpuleuce, which amounted to a disease, steadily increased, however, nnd a short time since lie turned the scales at the enormons weight of r,0-- l pounds. Boston Herald. A "p wr-k.Ti f . r. i i t i i v r f Xwm'T wjffi$Sfflkfi0' gy J I.eiiiini .Slilno for II IttiMtrt Kline. Before putting away your russet shoes for the winter you will want to restore their old color. How will yon do it? Very simply. Just rqueeze the juice of a lemon on a bit of soft cloth, give the leather a thorough treatment with this, and fee if your shoes don't look as well as they did when you lioug'.it them. New York Journal. ri rjrj$mkWZ7K resa?" 'atviwvr . .v '0pi50VO,Vv Mr 1V . u ' I v. - v j Ww& A SPiS. ,&L 5?. 3Mot fn wn, , , , 7VE.VJMa v i UUL, 1 HU. E t- i, Can't Sleep Nights Is the complaint of thousands suffering from Abthmn, Consumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English Remedy V It is tho best preparation known for nil Lung troubles. Sold on a positive guarantee at 25c. and t"0c. by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt A Meador, Hardiusburg, Ky. Louisville, St. Louis & every WATERPROOF COLLAR or BE UP CUFF THAT CAN BE RELIED ON TO THE MARK BEARS THIS MARK. to Discolor! TRADE Texas R. R. Co. TIME SCHEDULE At 5:00 o,clckA!K,71iindayHoT.aO, , 1890 West Bound Train nsro 17. LLUL0 NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. l STATIONS Kutl flotiiut Travit Mull M Expr's Kxpr's Mall A H A lixpr'i. Kxpr'8 D.ill) Dally 1 Ojpm 0 (Vipm Dally D.illy fl25pm Sttt.un Iv.Un'n In't..ur 640 820 Kentucky St. 7 20 THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET. 725 745 755 801 8 07 8 14 8 22 900 920 9 27 9 37 9 40 9 4U 9 0J 830 8 30 8 47 K5H 1003 1012 10 20 10 27 10 30 10 44 954' ItocklLnen UKllni Lonir lirnnch 1143 75 7 20 llranilenburc 1134 Meade Springs 1130 7 22 11 2 Kkron 710 (iuston 7 07 II 11 07 G5S Irvlngton 10 63 0 49 Webster 111 West Point Howard 12 12 50 Hi 8 SO I2"7pm 810 8 05 745 HEEE WE AEE AGAIN Furniture, in endless variety. I am now hack ut my old stand ami respectfully solicit the patron tge o the public. ! LodilHirg Si., ..pic 9 02 910 910 919 9 40 962 1(1 I'lirce 1051 10 42 10'40 03! 01 1052 1100 1114 Steplicnspnrt Addison Holt Clmerpnrt Ilawustllle l'etriu Falcon Cn(.c Lewfiport Powers Pates Owensboro M.ittinKly Shops Skillm.ui 1030 1020 1021 6 41 030 024 615 GUI 1018 1003 9 65 9 44 9 32 606 561 531 6 21 5 4.) ' 1120 1137 1144 1161 11 50 nn (Vic Ik of fertilizer on Tumutucs. The effects of fertilizers upon tho composition of tomato fruits ns indicated by results gained at tho Maryland station in e ii3 follows: 1. That potash has tho effect of producing a fruit with more dry hubstance, accompanied by a slight decrease iu tho sugar and an increase in the acid. This, when considered in connection with increase of yield, is favorable to the use of potash. 3. That nitrates and phosphoric acid havo a tendency to produce a fruit with moro than tho average proportion of water, but with more sugar and less acid than those grown with potash. 3. Tho sweetest tomatoes wero produced on the plots receiving phosphoric acid. 1 100S 1014 1017 10 23 10 41 12t0.ini 12 21 12 35 12 45 913 9 00 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 47 32 22 08 69 47 28 923 917 512 6 0S 5 01 4 55 4 38 4 25 1055 1106 1118 1120 1259 107 1137 117 1155 137 12 05pm 146 I22()ii'i 200pn 417 4 Stanley 0'. 6(1 3 WorthiiiKton Spottsvfile ir.llinilers'ii Ilatketts lv 7U5un 719 3 46 331 3 23 310pm Old Stand - By's FUEiTORE, Honest Goodn. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Price. HOUSE. You will find ..,:.., n sick-headac- Sii(;t;cHtlcnu to Treo I'luntura. The well known Pennsylvania nurseryman Samuel C. Moon says: Success iu treo planting depends more upon the proper performance of the work and ou tho weather during tho following season than on tho exact time when the work was done. Trees should bo replanted nbout the same depth that they grew in the nursery: this is easily Been by tho earth stain on tho bark. Dou't twist or crowd tho roots into a small hole. Dig n largo hole nnd spread the roots out straight, fdl tho earth well among them, leaving no cavities or air spaces, and pack firmly. Mulching with coarse manuro, Btraw or leaves is very beneficial to newly planted trees. Many trees either dio nt once or stand still and don't grow much feir several years because tlio land is too poor. Stable manure, is the best remedy. Watering iu dry weather is very beno-ficiif done properly nnd liberally, but is labor lost if tlono stingily nnd superficially. Soak tho ground thoroughly when it needs it. al, STOVES Of nil kinds and BANK OP Pri us. HAEDINSBUEG Capital Stock $25,000. n. F. UNAPT), PreMJent. WILL. MIlil.liK, M. II.T1KAIU), Ca.hler. G. W. UEAHD And receivo for Ono year the NEWS -- AND SEND US S2.BO WIDE AWAKE I50TII FOR $2.50. - HAftDWAEE Of Every Descrijrion. At tho Head of Young People's Magazines. Dlrert rf. PUMPS, OROSS-OV-T SAWS, GRA PES, Of all Kinds. MOMUS rBKHIDtlE ) ft. 41. JOLLY. A. FLUE TILING, AU1WTLES virziiir paid 3 j n,i deposits. k MLARBEDin t111V!T)N6 pases ft? r-- rJ By V! MONTHo7 ( V GREGORY & CO., tstorlcs. V ii nrvujnri p) i i ty i w Q ILLUJllirULl' p A CDAUvrj: n N y' 20achJl An Inception. She (gratefully) Well, everybody has something to be thankful for. tie (casually) Kxcept tho turkoy. Headquarters for Agent for Henry Diston & Son, Saws. Melting, &c, &c. Mowers, Iron Roofing for Sale or put on , Micb the building. Also you can get Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Oil igan PlaBter, Salt, Lime, anything made in the Tin, Copper by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, and Sheet Iron line. xs Reapers and K..1.1 Jkriitics, Poems, etc. No.i rr Authors. Cera-rit- Fivo Little Peppers Grown Up. 11 l XWGuns and Pistols repaired. Pine & Poplar Shingles al- We Can And Do It-i- s g, Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for CLOVERPORT, KY. it has been fully demonstrated to tho people of this country that it is superior Notice Saw Kill Ken, to all other preparations for blood diseases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic Wo want to buy for cash 600.000 feet poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions nnd Pim- of j'ood Poplar lumber, cut onQ inch ples. It purifies tlio wliolo system untl thick by six inches wide, 12, 14 and 10 feet long. thoroughly builds up tlio constitution. Hiciiii.Axn Paiik 1'i.anino Mill Co., For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., Itoom 7, Tyler Building, nnd Witt ft Meador, IlnrdiiiBburg, Ky. Louisville, Ky, J. L. MILLEB, Hrick, Plow Qantilp, Piec Flvrinir ways kept on hand. Orders accompanied by cash promptly tilled. 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