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T . . 1WI . r 'fTF JIIUL J I J" I ,TWTLMWFt i - ncwarir-- " "f r J - . . it.. 4n w f.-u-- . . - r fj , - ' 7. ti-"- ; ;y)tT ; . - " W?" jB' MvV. W I'j,' Si& '- - Success can be aclikcd In any business by untiring Industry ,cnrc- ful ociiiiomj' and jtcllcloin udver. TIjc rond to opulence lie HkIiik'. fill H i M -- - I M I 111 I ,B- J M m BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. i Tradesman, tlili newspaper clr culates In the homes of people buSlnir the kind of goods you may have to sell. Moral Invite them to your store. IBv.' nils EgW VOT,. XV. '" " , CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBUARY 25, 1891. j jHiKLNEWS AND COMMENT. AMERICAN MEAT NO. 31. ) RemembeR ft.. fk , '' W-SM-' OKCIIARD AND GARDEN, IN ENGLAND. lie-pi- nt TALES OF THE TURr AAAAAAAAAAWMWVfW OF FLORISTS, FRUIT CROVVERS AND GARDENERS. THE INTERESTS We guarantee our -" SuKCOnllinii! In I'lunt Arran(;cinciil bj AVlileli t'lr Green Iliitmc Slay IIh un k- Flour to be equal, and not superior, to any on the market, and if you do not find them so after testing, turn to us and get your money. Isn't that fair enough? We make no claims, but such as we are able to substantiate, and we make no promises that we do not fulfi1!. W e want Wheat and Corn, and M will pay the highest market price for the same. If you have either for sale, come and see us or write US. K- -' Object .iif Venture iinil Itrntity During tlio Kntlro Tnilto Montliit of tlio Year. The grcenhoubo of the nverago garden docs not ul ways display happy bits of plant arrangement, but nithcr tlio reverse, the outcome in part of tho usual way of placing the plants in rows on tall stages so that they can bo near the I glass. This is right in ono sense. Plants wiiiii nyiu, mm win iiuvlt uinro Willi-iu- t n proper share: but to liavo a beau-.ifu- l green house wheie good grour cau )e formed artistically, it is necessary reEet apntt a structure for the purpose and grow many of the plants elsewhere. It is not possible, if tho green house it. to bo gay nil (lie year, to, grow and exhibit the plants in tlio same structure. When this i3 done tho house is filled with tlio wood work of ugly stages on which it is useless to try nnd mnko an artistic and pleasing display, such as can bo had when, us in the illustration, they uro on tlio ground. Tlio group thus abund-antl- y shown consists of several common plants, tho white lilie3 standing out boldly from the sun minding verdure of ferns and palms. In tho house depicted tho plants are grown elsewhere, but brought into it durintj their flowering season; thus we obtain from Janunry to December gay succession of flowers as varied ns they aro beautiful. In tho early months of tho year wo havo ti variety of forced bulbs, heaths, epacribea nnd bold groups of frcesias, dorouicums, etc., while in tho summer the nir is scented with pot roses and tho loof gay with n vuriety of ;limbiug plants. Lilies of various k'indsrsalvias, especially the blue flowered S. patens, the pyramidal bcllflower (Campanula a few rhododendrons, oranges, iind the .supposed btove loing pieroma Meal if good Tho Domocratfl nnd Independents of tho South Dakota Legislature combined and elected nn Independent to bo United States Senator. Tlio Republican candidates for United States Senator wero beaten by tho Democrats voting with tho Independents in both North nnd South Dakota. Tho g. o. p. is. getting little comfort from tlieso States which it created for tho express purposo of perpetuating its power. The steamer Sherlock, the largest and handsomest boat plying between" Cincinnati and Now Orleans, struck a pier of tho C. it O. bridge at Cincinnati nnd went to pieces on Tuesday, tho 17th. Several of tho passengers and crew were drowned. Tho General Deficiency bill reported to the Federal House of Representatives on tho 17th, carries over $30,000,000, and is ono of tho largest over known. It is plain evidence of tlio reckless extravagance of tho Republican Congress. Even with this immenso appropriation, there Tho w ill still bo a deficit for pensions. incoming Democratic Congress will find itself grievously embarrassed by tho ruinous condition of allaire wrought by two years of unbridled Republicanism." Tho Illinois Legislature has ns yet failed to cle"et a United States Senator. Tho 117th ballot resulted ns follows: Palmer (Democrat), 101 ; Streetor (Alii nnco), 05; Oglesby (Republican), 8. The Chilian revolutionists have taken possession of nearly all the country nnd nro moving on tho capital. Tho South Dakota Republicans will undertake to contest tho election of Kyle, the Independent United States Senntor-elcc- t, on the ground of somo alleged provision of tho State Constitution. Pyra-tuidalis- ), The Medical'Profession. Tlio nttitudo of the medical profession toward what is known ns "patent medicine" is not at nil unreasonable. Thousands of these nostrums aro offered to tho public every year. Some of them are dangerous, and most of them nro futile. Swift's Specific (S. S. S.), wo nro glad to say, is net classed among theso nostrums. It has ovcrcomo the wholesomo prejudices of physicians in all parts of thecour-tr- y and gome of the strongest testimonials in its behalf rorao from medical men who have Ubod it in their practice, and who do not hesitate to endorse its wonderful This is extremely gratifying, results. but by no means nstonisliing, for every, claim tliat is put forward in behalf of S. S. S. is based on a series of actual experiments extended over a long period of time. i BOYD BUOS., IRVINGTON, KY. : . - I v - If You Have CONSUMPTION COUGH or COLD A WEIO. AIUIAXCIKD a KEEN HOUSE. BRONCHITIS Throat Affection Wasting of EeA SCROFULA ar Inflamed, Zack of Strength or JV'err. rawer, you cart be relieved and Cured by Or any Vttenis tclure the Throat and Lunqt SCOTT'S EMULSION PURE COD LIVER OIL K or lasinndra macrantha would do well. A grten linnsu Mich as tho ono described has low stages running round each side, but no central stage, so thatlargo groups can bo formed without' interfering with tho light or impeding tho traffic. This is far better than tho ordinary green house, only requiring that tho houso given up to flowering plants should bo kept for this purposo nlono. Horry Hearing I'lants. In reply to ti query as to tho best berry bearing plants for autumn decorative purposes Mr. Robert Veitch, of Now Haven, Conn., named tho following at tho florists' convention: Ardisin crcunta, a charming houso plant that should bo tnoro generally cultivated. Propagate from seed. Ampe-lopstricolor i3 a splendid basket plunt, having leaves variegated with whito, pink and green. During tho fall it is covered with bluish purplo berries, which add greatly to itc beauty. Among tho peppers nro several of tho finest plants for decorative purposes. Perhaps tho besris Celestial, as it may bo had for tho holidays, and it is extremely ornamental when covered with upright pods, which nro of till (.hades of green, yellow and red, being borno very profusely. Bittersweet (Celnstrus bcandens) is a well known climbing plant, that can bo mado useful hi many situations, being very hardy. Of tlw holly (Ilex) there aro many species and varieties which are yery desirable for ornamental purposes, as may bo readily understood when tho immenso quantities that aro used for tho holidays nro recalled. Mistletoo (Via-cuis of vnluo only becauso of association with cpecial occasions, thero being but little beauty about it. Jerusalem cherry (Solanum produces a largo crop of scarlet cheny like fruit from early in the fall until after tho holidays. is psendo-cap.sicui- MOOLEYVILLE. ia OP r. With Hypophosphltes. PALATABLE AS MILK. A$kfor Seott'e BmuUlon, and let no or eollcUatlon induct you to accept a eubitltute. Sold by all Druggists. OOTT & BOWNE,Chemlsts, N.Y. facilitates Teething kv all druggists. rrlco25ots. if: $-- 8 i fADI 1 D V C V D 1 1 D WBUlates the Bowels. A t Ilr. BULL'S OinUr i l"J : Colds, C2III I ?eCurcsC!onglis, Croup, DVLIm V Bronchitis, Asthma, uoucrii, Consumption, lieres Consumntlwj persons. Frico 25cts. At all druggists. Ol ' IH1iyil0OPlnff vii incipient and ro- - QV D I I D 'b (lowjultt tnj.N luoik frt. I.iuilrr. lit l iumLc ci yuiiiiiriiqLlrkljF liovr muili.Lul t.u i(Ii y tnrrn fnjmtata fCwrFro.yiBf I !rlnff rwilo 1 y John n. $IUo ibrii Hi. iri1ktilbtita tayou ro on iiiiupvKTa.aii apra. ju any )ari oi Amrrlia yuui.n cunuiM-iic.1 libni. lurf .11 yuur tluia f wr. momtiita only to til. wink final i y blllkfor fraryHurkcr Ma alart )ou, furnUhlof .trythlnr KASII.Y, HTEkDILV IcriieiC l'AUritUXAllS JU1.E. Addrau at ollJbUS k 10., JtlKIUlt), MAlMt? AIIUi. Mr. Purdy states in Tlio Fruit Recorder that ho has renewed nn old plantation of Snyder blackberries by first cutting all the canes closo to tho ground, then Old Illacliboiry I'ulchci. plowing well between tho rows, keeping tho cultivator going. Now ones spring up iu the rows, nud mako what'ho terms "splendid rows of new plunts." XX22CiaW WwyK CVHaHaalll A-ffMa- vemewtUleKr To euro Silloasncss, Sick Headache, ConstU liatlqn, Malaria, Liver Complaints, tako tlio safe ami certain romedy, SMITH'S vz BILE BEANS TTetrioHMAIXSUo(.011ttloneauotho bollle). TllBr A. 50. rmlt11o wUc, oil r Ico of oltlief lot gBc. l AUB THE HOST CONrENtEMT. JVfgea.. j)lalliroreti.(copiraorUiapi). til'?kGtVl35ATJIIU PANKI.B1ZE. J.i 4vaill f- 7HOHM(fi'!7 JITKCj.il.VF'.',-m'-Sni!A.S3,-STitOll- per Bettle. MO 7ri"'HBTllBMV1Rt - nwd ud Mrlu.attd Mho. tin I ruction, h III wurk (titiuttrtoutlf Utllirs ttrn Thrtt- Thjii lrtibtrirDwnliMftlli1.viliri'VfrthtrIh.I wllU.MfuroUb lb thuatlwu vr mljiuctitil ll h ) t u u rru llnl siiKiunt. noiuvrur ritr ntuairi turrraxui tuurr iMiyana quicmy Imriird 1 iWalntlHit mi worktr fruiu MtU JIirt(trr'Uiii)r J $30001 nr l A Yi:AK I 1 uit4tnialif to Itrif fl Tkt4 Horticultural Notes. Tho Jess'io strawberry is immensely popular in many parts, whilo in others it does not amount to much. M. Crawford, tho strawberry authority of Ohio, is pleased with tho Parker Earle. Tho editor of Tho Rural Now Yorker is emphatic in preferring tho spring to tho fall for transplanting hurdy trees of any description. Why? Becauso tho weather in early spring is always moist and the roots btart ut once. Then in a few weeks tho reciprocal action between buds, leaves and roots begin, and the tree is established and safe. Results of experiments in grapevine girdling indicate that when tho vine is girdled tho fruit ripens to much earlier (about ten day0 that many Into varieties may be grown iu localities which other-wie- o would not matute tho fruit before frost. Go to J. ? Owen and get a bottle of "C. C. O. Certain Chill Cure," and if it is not tho best remedy you havo ever used for Chills and Fever your money ytu ue reuriaAd, MunttHT, NO I.I tnininuililof lft. Ull f CJOI jeairmh It tN'IW fc.i:. AdUitM al oitrt Notl the tuibttl SH yMr paper and e If rMr tlms axplrni tbf mMili Marched to Hymen's u'tar on Monday, Feb. Oth, Miss Lulu Burcli, of Rlio-delvicinity, nnd. Mr. Eugene Elder, of Lake Village, Ark. They wero married at St. Thoresa's Church, Rev. Father Raoux officiating. Tho bride looked the queen of beauty, sho bcingnttircd in the finest of silk with trimmings to suit. Tho groom wore tho conventional black, and wns very jovinl nil tho while. Many of their friends wero invited nnd assured that through the generosity nnd hospitality of the bride's parents tho inner man would be well refreshed, nnd it dinner seemed from tho sumptuous spread on n commodious table, that tho words wero veritably fulfilled. Tho affair was indeed n social nnd festal treat which no one, unless well versed in gastronomies, could do justice in describing. A dnnco wns given in honor of tho newly married couple at R. A. O'Brynn's on Tuesday after tho wedding, whore tho votaries of Terpsichore participated iu tho light fantastic step to their heart's content, nnd the lovers of Apollo wero regaled by tho sweet strains of Stewart's t'nliitii of Iiitureitt. band. Although wo feel assured that Remember it is mixed funning live Miss Lula has taken to herself ngood stock, grain, fruit nnd vegetables that partner, wo feel pained to think that our "goes' in these days, and nothing else will. society hns lost one of its most exempThe poultry need exercise in winter if lary young ladies. confined in a yard. One way to givo it - The to them is to tie u cabbago or n sheaf of First Symptoms of Death. wheat just out of their reach, so thoy Tired feeling, dull hendacho, pains in will be obliged to jump for it. Another vnrious parts of tho body, sinking nt tho way U to le ive u good sized p.irtof their pit of tho stomach, loss of appetite, yard littered with leaves. Distribute foverishness, pimples ot sores, uro all corn or other grain food to them by pqsitivo evideneo of poisoned blood. showoring it over this space and then No matter how it becanio poisoned it raking the leaves carefully upon it. Tho obliged to scratch to get tho must bo purified to avoid death. Dr. hens will be grain Acker's English Blood Elixir has never Tho ancient Egyptians understood tho failed to removo scrofulous or syphilitic artificial hatching of eggs probably betpoison. Sold under a positivo guamnteo ter than anybody how does, so well at by G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and least that by their process their degenWitt A Meudor, llurdinsburg, Ky. erate defendants in Eypt to this day rear 15.000,000 chickous for market annually. Consul Curdwell at Cairo says so. Tho expenditures for pensions for the A self regulating feeder for hogs and year ending Juno 30, as now officially other livo stock has been invented. It Iii tho distributes tho food to tho nnituulsovenly statci', amounted to $108):i.')7,534. previous year we pnld 87,044,770.11, and prevents waste. while in tho yenr before that wo paid Now Moxico has 2,000,000 head of sheep $80,288,508.77. Tho cost of tho German mid gouts. army, it may be interesting to note, is Tho western counties of Colorado confor this yenr estimated nt $91,720,203. tain twice ns mnny sheep us they did Besides our pensions our army costs$30,-000,00three years ago. Bo euro and havo n generous dust bath for tho poultry in winter.. Onco in a whilo sprinkla into tho dust u spoonful Our Very Best People Confirm our statement when wo eny that of Insect powdor or powdered sulphur. Cattlo shipments over tho Northern Dr. Acker's English Remedy is in every Pucific end in tho lutter pavt of Novemway superior to any and all other preber. parations for Iho Throat and Lungs. In Tho Southdown mutton sheep Is Whooping Cough nnd Croup, it is magic very popular in tho eastern and nnd relieves nt once. Wo offer you n middle sections of tho Union, to some sample bottlo free. Remember, this extent supplanting other breeds. Remedy is sold on n positivo guamnteo. Sell your old und inferior owes off for For Salo by G. W. Short, Clovcrport, what you can" get. Never breed from them. Ky., and Witt & Meatier, Hardlnsburg, Ky. Son) Throat, Hacking Cough, Chest Bay wbit they will, I'll still be stuolc Pain, etc., cured by tnking tho grent remOn "OU Blue Amis" on old Kentuek j edy "0. 0, O, Certain Cough Cure." No State like her this jwming fills Sold by J. "W. Owen. Wtb all her faults I lore her still. plenro-pneumoni0. to It. Mr. Chaplin, British minister of ngri culture, has nlwaya denied that in maintaining tho restrictions on the importation of live cattlo from tho United States ho has been actuated by any motives other than a jlcsiro to protect British stock from imported disease. But a Bpcecli, which ho mado at u meeting of Tory farmers and others at Driffield, in Yorkshire, pretty clearly indicates that ho cntertnins feelings anything but cordial toward tho United States government, nnd that if ho dared ho would joyfully prohibit altogether tho importation sorof American cnttle. Ho profes-serow at being compelled to restrict importations from friendly countries liko Holland nnd Gennauy, but in regard to tho United States ho did not trouble himself oven to feign regret. Amid the npproving cheers nnd laughter of his nudienco lie predicted n good time coming when British f.irmer3 would cease to receivo storo stock from America. American exporters have been repeatedly warned pgainst expecting any favor or consideration from Mr. Chaplin, and they may us well nndertand now that, bo far ns America is concerned, tho policy of tho British board of agriculture will become more of n protectionist nature. The only ch:inco of u change to a more friendly stat? of things for many years to como is n Liberal victory at the next general election. Should Mr. Gladstone return to power tho consumers, who nro complaining of high prices, would soon rccch'o consideration, and tho fiction that evory foreign Country wns infected with cattle dlaeaso would be quickly exjrased nnd denounced. Meanwhile British farmers, who arc Tories nnd supporters of tho present government, nlinotf to a man, uro filling their own pockets. Iu less than n year their cattlo have increased by 333,000, their sheep and lambs by 1,140,0(10, nnd .their plga by 202,000. Chaplin promises etill greater benefits in tlio immedinto f utttro, nnd the various agricultural societies, embold-3iic- d by their success in tho past, will support him heartily in auy furthorsteps which ho may venture to tako against foreign countries in general and America in particular. Theso bodies aro just now conducting n strong agitation in favor of tho proposal that foreign meat sold in should bo labelod as British mr-ko- ts such, tho oojoct, of course, being to the imported article and send up the prico of homo produce Mr. Chaplin has received an official notification "rom tho department of agriculture at Washington to tho effect that the twit Ull and the now orders and regulatio " tor Inspection of cattle nnd sheep for xport go into forco nt Kansas City. Cnicago.Buffulo, Pittsburg, Boston, Charlestown, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Norfolk and Newport News. Doubtless Mr. Chaplin was in possession of this information when he went to Yorkshire to speak. It is therefore important to know exactly what Iip said respecting tho meat bill. Hero is a verbatim report of thnt part of his speech: "Yon will have seen that power has been given to the prosidi nt of tho United States absolutely to prohibit tho importation of goods from any country which, in accordance with his idea, might be acting unfairly to the United States. Well, the Americans considered themselves aggrieved that the English minister of agriculture should continue to insist that cattle from their country should be slaughtered nt tho port of and it was hinted that in retaliation the president might absolutely prohibit the importation of Manchester, Birmingham and other British goods into America. I do not think I am likely to be less obdurate in tho future becauso of this threat than I have been in tho past, because tho information of tho board of agriculture is that, in spito of all tho offorls mado in America to exthat disease tirpate still exists there. This being so, I conceive it to be tho duty of tho English minister of agriculture to continuo to purhiie precisely tho same policy ns lie would have thought it right to pursue had this meat bill never been heard of ut all." Foreign Cor. Now York Sun. Policy of tlio ItrltUli Oivcruuiuiit In tho ct'iblo of John A. Goldsmith next season. The maro Lady Patterson, by Bourbon, Wilkes, has boon sold to Emery Miller of Allianco, O., for $3,500. News comes from Lexington that T. C. Anglin has bought from G. R. Sparks tho Stanberry farm for iJ22,000. Mr. Anglin will mako it a breeding establishment for hLs trotters. Wesley P. Balch, tho well known horseman, committed suicidj by shooting himself with n revolver in liis offlco in tlio Commonwealth building, Boston, Mass. Financial difficulties caused tlio act. Tho fast timo of the handicap won by Firenze, 2:03Lshow3 what n rapid courso tho Liuden track i3. Had Salvator been given another milo trial onun oval track this would havs been tho ono to have been selected. Tho National Standard Pacing Horso Breeders' company (incorporated) is now in full working order, and Thomas C. Parsons, register, Cleveland, 0 is ready to receive tho applications for tho registration of pacing bred horsc3. Byron McClelland has bought of John F. Madden tho yearling chestnut filly On the Lea, by Onondaga, dam Bonnie Lee. Sho distinguished herself in August s by winning n raco in 30J and a quarter of a milo raco in 22J. Sho is very promising nnd greatly resembles Sallio McClelland. Tho prico paid was three-eighth- It is raid that Stambonl will bo east Li Witt & Meador Will offer for the next sixty days n sweeping reduction. We will ninkc n special sale from February 1st, of our " HEAVY CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, LADIES' nnd GENTS' HEAVY UNDERWEAR, WOOL HOSIERY, j BOOTS nnd SHOES, MEN'S OUT SHIRTS, &.C. The season for thefeo goods will bo on tho decline from this dato nnd, this sacrifice is made to close them out before Spring. Wo will positively carry over none of theso Goods. Extreme LOW PRICES will mnko them go. Cull in and see us, you will profit thereby. Our wiles havo been large, considering tho scarcity of money, nnd wo intend to mako them larger still if low prices will mnko them so. AVe sell for Cash or Produce only. Give us a trial. Respectfully, Witt & Meador, Main St., opposite Court House. IIARDINSBURG.KY. 'M'" eememe mm $3,000. Tho bay maro Addlo C, by Rysduko, dam Miss Wilson, by Bluo Ball 75, trotted to u record of 2:30 at tho stato'fair nt Birmingham, AJn., October last, in tho 2:31 trot. Sho also paced to n record of 2:20 in tho 2:30 paco four days nfter at the same placo. Both records wero obtained in hard contested races of five heats each. Montana's millionaire, Marcus Daly, undoterred by his lack of succcs3 this season, will go into tho season of 1891 with greater vim than over. His racing stable will bo enlarged, whilo his recent extensive purchnsesof trotters havo been noted. For tho latter ho will havo two trainers, McDowell nnd Kenny. Fuvo-nlu- , Tolo, Maid, Lord Byron and Prodigal will bj expected to show somo fast records. DOINGS OF ROYALTY. The Old Reliable HOUSE OP JOHN P. HASWELL & SON, WILL SELL YOU SADDLES . As low ns the lowest. COLLA'RS, NAMES, forget when want " HARNRSS, '; Don't them you Tho shah of Persia has started n race courso at Teheran. . The ex emperor of Brazil is translating "Tho Arabian Nights" into Portuguese Tho czar of Russia i3 rapidly becoming one of tho most lavish art collectors in the woild. Tho Danish kiug'scrown is worth 'J13.V 000, tho queen's crown 17,500, and the Vword of state C15,C00. Tho Princess of Wules is extravagantly fond of Yorkshire pudding, which has been named in her honor. Tlio queen of Italy is exhibiting a tendency toward stoutness, n state of things that is most unwelcome to her. The private correspondence of the Prince of Walca is something cnorinoii3. Ho Is said to recclvo four times as many letters a dav u3 1I003 tho president of tho United States. Queen Victoria drives out at J o'clock every day, no matter what tho weather may bo. Sho i3 usually accompanied by tho Princess Beatrice, tho lady in waiting und an invited guest. Prince Vladimir Dolgorouki, now 80 years old. und for tho last twenty-fiv- o years govomor of Moscow, is descended from a lino of warriors famous in Russian history for centuries. Tlio German emperor ordered that tho colors of nil tho regiments in Berlin bo brought to tho houso of Count von Moltko on his ninetieth birthday. This distinction was never before accorded to a German subject. The king of Holland's madness is hereditary. Ho i s a grandson on his mother's side of Paul I of Russia, whoso father ulso was subject to fits of mental aberration. King William's first cousin is Grand Duko Nicholas of Russia, who is a raving maniac, watched ulght und day. -- CHAINS, BACK BANDS, BELLY BANDS nnd BLIND BRIDLES. Tl.. ununi 1i inP 11 ltrtrm.i 4.11U fi..l mi lliV.wiIi.iJrj HAMESTRINGS ever brought to this town. CALL Respectfully, .A-HSra SEE CTS. JOHN P. HASWELL & SON, I1ARDINSBURG, KY. TmmmWmmWr-V'-h- ', t' t Ulr-!rmm- Q2 -- 4 K CD m oft HllJ can be found The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices at J carrya large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit the times. J3elow we quote prices of Harness mado Y 0 e HAMBUfiTOlV D vrtr North Carolina, havo gone togothor, without escort, to Berlin, to complete LouisvMe,Hardinsburg& Western R R, their education. No. 5 TIME TABLE. Countess von Wuldersco, who i3 nn American, is tho only lady nt tho Ger-tnn- u Taking Effect at 5.00 o'clock a. ui. Sunday September 28. 1890. court who refuses invitations to Ji.ist Hound Trains dances on Sundays, and who is allowed Wet llmintl Train Dully Daily D.illy Dally to do so without giving offense. ex Sun. ex bun. STATIONS, ex Sun. vx bun No. No. 6 Xu. 1 No. 6 Mrs. Jopliug-Row- o is ono of tlio most 11 15iiii l.v lrvliiL'tmi Ar D Itim bVin noted women artists of England, as well 0301111 114.' Carhcli) 1)1.! .M) 715 as ono of the hardest working. She 7 37 ILirncd 420 llfiS 86J 12 apm 41(1 8 4t 7 45 Juiatlnn paints from morning till night, seldom 4 00 1213 837 llardlnsburu leaving her btudio until nightfall. She JM 1223 8 28 3 48 8 2S Junction 852 1230 815 Kirk 323 has a bright and open faco und un at12 47 8 03 3 00 'Jolly Old tractive munner. 0 47 7 44 105 Olcmlcnne 220 1111 . Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, SG.50, $7.50, $9.00 Harper walks with a crutch und and 812.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles SI 75 hns plain but genial faco. Sho talks 2.60, 3.50, 4.00, 1.50, 5.00, 7.00 and 810.00. We carry 'a lino with decision nud vehemence. of Rubber Goods, such us Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at Baroness von Becko, of Vienna, has very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The been discovered to bo a thief. Sho re- Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertainceives a largo income from tho emperor ing to the trade. We have n large lino of Collars, Hames and Chains of Austria. Mrs. Gilbert, of tho Daly company, Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds who has been playing in America since of repairs and make new work to order. ' 1845, is said to derive an iiiconio of a year from her invested savings. It will pay you to examine our stock. Senutor Qnay's second daughter and n daughter of Governor Steadman, of 3D- - lEZ.nNCBX-iETOITOlivo 11 $10,-00- 0 THE GENTLER SEX. from pure Oak Tanned Leather. . f' HV.-"- IcHSe j, nI "J AGENfjYJw A pamphlet of Information and abJ I? """"owing IvvObtaln rtenti. Carraii. Jioir to "" 1015 CURIOUS FACTS. The Australian dog and the Egyptian 1120pm 200pinArI'ortlivll!cLvJ shepherd dog never bark, THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Ala LIME. In bats tho heart is aided by rhythmic contraction of veins in the wings. (L. E. & ST. L. K. It.) Tho microscope shows human hair to SHORTEST, QUICKEST bo like u coarse, round rasp, with irreguAND BEST LINE TO lar, ragged teoth. Tho Moslems abhor bells, which they AND ALL POINTS say draw evil spirits together. So they South-Wes- t. hato men called inuzzcins, who call out Qvo times each day forthopeoplo to come in Efect Dec, IS, 1888, to prayer. Their cry is: "Thero is no d God but God, und Mohammed is his Lt. Loulivlllo 8:45 a.m...9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. prophet." St. Liiuis Republic. ArrSt. Louli 7:45 ' ...7:25 ' 10 20 10 41 1101 120 120 IX) 143 Uockvalc lluth Afkln. Ouks 7 2!) 7 20 140 120 1248 712 12 24 057 6 45tm 12 00m iriunn llrnnifwnv. - . . .new --loric. ' y?P7"n'. a, W uuv ITU.A Land I have four or St. Louis, Evansville Tims-Gar- West and for acrei of land belonging to the Cincinnati Cooperage Co.. and other partlea, lying In Breckenrldgo and lUncock countlei. Can celt a farm from 40 to 400 acres, at prices from $200 to fJOOO. Mud have good payment down. Liberal deduction for all but will give liberal time on safe trades, Havo several farms for rent. Address V. Q. BUItTON, J2S3m Rock Vale, Ky. Ore thousand for Sale. cb, The bod of tho Feather river in which is being laid bare, will yield from $10,000,000 to $15,000,000 of gold if the ground proves as rich as that which has been worked. Cali-forni- a, 9:50 p.m. KraniTlllo 2:25 " further Information, call on or addreii, JOS. S 0DI0RNE, Qen'l Pan. Ag't, Lomivllle, Ky. B.L. BRYANT, TraV. Paiag'r Ag't, Lonlivllle, Ky. ibmuk, to U'. tait.au. .N.rt... 1 t..ir n lr.ru. oil jo.f niar. iunif.ua, .r .11 j our tin.. I. th. wotk. 11,1.iI.tu. 1, , iitlrljf li.w I..J.F.U.I trior. oiul.iftil aaema la ..ar. wwk.r. IWtuiiar. ar. .aialuf from ft la JO m, wi, oiiD,,rO,! ...... ... an4inof.an.r. Hill.. 4 am. ,m,t au.l l..;k j,. ? mcK. Now... laruraliU n. ,n Fun uu il.l. km. V. runtl.il .nqntilnr da ljr of h.l. MONEY rllurral.,oulirfv olj.a.ilHff.lB, liiTvrtll.v r.n aud huiioraLlr, iIiom Im OH II rc.nl. aamnl.trarKKWIIn.arwsrk, r.i.Ulj- luc.lUlra.M ,..,., Ulil, .v Iff--; ' j i. l , &StoMfi&arirvWw?ii rr . ' is - i MSHS-l"''"!!- !'S"g .AAaI. LfACJrK'llilMlfMiiFr $mm&, :. - MmF'f r f mm r awglvy-5iuJLrFa msr WM0GA - .r?vr.JL- W'S!WscJrf... rsi. - offlr7Tlrr '&j3li , r raMMrawMWrfifflYffMriWrl rrrhmlw mr AlliBiflinrrMlTir ram i MmmmfMRFNr TQMIMWirlnnaTlWnr'TflflBantirTnMBMMIMffBWagagMaMMaMIIMIW -- !' .. If v VJ- - wMiMMUMM Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, JNO. The river is on a high. somebody. , Head her, V. IIAliillttRlinn U.BAIIHAflK OOINO riMTMFVT I BRANDENBURG. John T. Ditto, L J bama. McDANIELS. Mr. Ed Me Daniel' has gone fo AlaMrs. Eliza Early is lying nt of j " 1 " FEDKUARY 23, 180K and Proprietors. I. VIUC5II. O. OAlinAOK, IMitnr The Constitutional Convention declared against the use of railroad es by State and county officials. . lias pass- . . . Kdllor - Agent & Corresp'nt T . L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. WE8T. ANN0UNCKMKNT3. We are nutbortted to announce the point DON'T I.., St. I.. Expreia Ji i A: T. Local Time Card. Is Watterson's letter to Gov. Hill, tho Pamnger Dalljr arr. HarJlnibarg'12:0S p.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday ) arr. ' .. 7:48 a.m. OOINO death. Messrs. Fred Fraizo and Edward Can- QU3.W. RtOHAtlDSON, a candidate for to the Legislature from Meade county, mbjeot to the action or the Dem viratlo primary, June 13, 1811 1. On your head to STAND Hall nd Expreii going Eit 10.05 -- 11.07 " " Weit Bait Local Freight Wcit Kait Weit 5.48 9 27 p.m. 11.1? a.m. -- 10.04 a.m. - a.m. ablo Kentucky editor was undoubtedly a.m. talking straight from tho shoulder out. Pm. KA3T. Panenger Mixed (ex. Sunday) Dalljr arr. am HarJlniburg.. " fi:S6 a.m. 3:5S p.m. a fv Mr- - THAT PRIMARY ELECTION, ETC. Va. Tho action of the Democratic County The President has named Committee in calling ii primary in April has caused more or less discussion Foster, of Oldo, to fill tho vacancy next among the memhera of the .party in va- caused by the death of the late Secretary Ex-Go- v. Col. Alf. Allen went to Louisville We are authorized to announce The latest pugilistic freak of John L. Monday. T. P. OUNDIFF, Sullivan was to clean up a negro waiter Miss Belle Mattingly is visiting at ai a candidate for the Legislature in a hotel dining room at Richmond, county. Subject to the action of In Meade rious sections of tin county. Some contend that the action of tho committee unwise and out of place. was Such talk as this, if it docs anything, indicates that tho party managers, had they not made a call, had become alarmed, and wero therefore afraid to do anything. Such was in fact not the race, and Chairman Severs was only following in tho steps of his predecessors when he issued the call. Suppose no action had been taken in tho promises, and after tho committee had como together and looked over the ground, they had then adjourned without action. Then what would have been the cry? Most assuredly our antagonists would hove at once paid that the Democracy was all broken up; that she was afraid to speak out. Reviewing the situation in the light of all tho circumstances, we frankly claim that the committee did the proper and The Democratic party is no w ise thing. political organization with a tranitel-ubrief history. It has been in existence for fifty years, and claims tho right to follow in the line of its established traditions. It will not sutler dictation from indiscriminate sources. It is governed by long established rules, and they must bo obeyed when the proper time arrives. There was no reason, therefore, that the primary election should have been postponed. Tho Democracy doesn't propose to step down and out and surrender the field to a third party, or to any party for that matter. She is emphatically here to stay, and those who don't like her manner of doing business on tho campaign order, can bo "moving on." Tho time had arrived when, according to all precedents, the manner of choosing a candidate for the legislature must be announced. There are two or more candidates in the field submitting their claims, and it does fceem 'that for tho committee to have ignored these things and awaited the movements of some other organization, would have been absolute folly. In the name of high heaven, what do you take us for? If tho Farmers' Alliance, the "Wheelers, Grangers, Republicans, or any other body want to put up a candidate for the legislature in this county, certainly all they have to do is to "let him go, (Salinger." All tho Democracy asks is a "free ballot and a fair count." As to certain parties who claim to be Democrats, but hay they will not support the nominee of the party, we ask of you, why not ? What have you in tho secret caucuses of the Farmers' Alliance that offers more than your own party? Read its platform of principles. Therein is guaranteed to all men of whatever nice or color equal and exact justice before the law. Moreover it is pledged to purify the administration from corruption, to restore economy and to reduce taxation lo its lowest limit. Again, ft tariff for revenue only, or a sufficient revenue to pay all expenses of tho Government economically administered. And further, honest money as a basis for a circulating medium worth one hundred cents to the dollar. These are some of tho salient principles of Democracy, and what tatter can you find elsewhere? This is the question. And if nothing better, why do you desert her? We haven't aught against the Farmers' Alliance, for we take it that the ends sought to bo accomplished are materially the same as those of tho Democracy. If such be true, why abandon the party that you have struggled with for the past thirty years to accomplish these things? The end, if we will but stand together, is undoubtedly about reached, and can bo reached through tho Democratic party quicker than through any other channel. We appeal to all Democrats, therefore, to stand by their colore. p Windom. Ik tho Constitutional Convention doesn't stir up, it is doubtful whether our delegate, Will Miller, will get homo by time. corn-plantin- g Ho 's This T We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Ciien'kv A Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and bo licve him perfectly honorable in all busi ncss transactions and financially ablo to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Tkuax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Wamhno, Kinxan&Makvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system. irSold by druggists. Price 7oc. per bottle. GUSTON. News scarce. Mr. Adolphus Jones, of Rig Spring, was in our city this week. Mr. Horace Shain lias rented a residence in our town and will move in this week. Miss Nellie 15. Lewis, of Brandenburg, is spending a few weeks with her grandfather, Mr. R. J. Pattcson. Mr. Alonzo Moremen and wife, of Brandenburg, were visiting their daughter, near Bewleyville, last week: Mr. Jess Clarkson passed through our town last week with a very fine lot of mules which he had bought in the Wolf Creek neighborhood. The health of the community is very good, although our physician still 6tayB with us ; but perhaps it is because he wouldn't live anywhere else except at Gust on. Mr. James O.sborno says if you want a "tip" on painting houses of the newest spring designs, just throw your orbs over on his little cottage which he has recently built and painted. Messrs. Patteson and Bewley are receiving some very fine grades of tobacco at their warehouses. They are both experienced men in that line of business, and know a good class of the weed when they see it. Mr. A. J. Thompson is putting down tho foundation for his largo warehouses, where ho expects to handle all kinds of agricultural implements and seeds. Albert is u hustler and a great benefit to our town and community. Mrs. W. W. Williams and sister, Miss Carrie I). Hull, of Henderson, formerly of Basin Spring Stock Farm, spent the day at Mrs. Mary Munford's Tuesday. They arc the guests of Mrs. John Wimp, of near Webster. On last Saturday Mr. Ben Clarkson, of Big Spring, unloaded at our town a car of cattle that were in a very bad condition. He had hilled them through from Iewisport to Louisville, and by the time they arrived here nearly of them were down, and being so tightly packed in wero unable to get up. Messrs. C. II. Drury nnd Dr. J. II. AV. Frank, of near Bewley vllle, were in town last week. The Doctor had just received a wholesale supply of pot flowers from Louisville and was taking them home to his immense green-houbHe tells us that his daughter, Miss Lucy, will soon return from her extended trip to, Texas, where she has been visiting friends and relatives all winter. two-thir- A New City Hall. Nkuh : Will you kindly give space in your valuable pajier to a suggestion that may bo a great benefit to our city? Tho writer has for some time past observed the necessity for a largo City Hall ono of such dimensions and capacity as will accommodate all classes of public gatherings, such as political, theatrical, scientific, musical, operatic, etc., and may be used for festivals, public and select balls, parties, and skating rink and such uses as, in tho judgment of the stockholders, may best conduce to the financial success of the enterprise. In this article it it is not proposed that it shall bo a tax or burden on the city, but shall bo made up and owned by private subscription in the shape of a stock concern, Tho writer proposes that the building shall lie 50 by 150 feet, and shall bo located on tho principal street or thoroughfare of the city, shall be strongly and coTnpactly built, having a balcony in front, and costing $10,000. It is proposed that it bo owned by a number of stockholders not exceeding twenty, and that tho maximum subscription by any one person shall be $1,000 and the minimum $250, thereby making a limited, yet a sufficient number of persons interested iu its accomplishment. Details can be furnished after tho organization is completed. Mr. Editor, tho subject Is oinsn, and your opinion, or that of any practical writer on the subject will be gladly heard. Tho matter should bo freely discussed and all practical suggestions listened to, and out of "many minds" can ta formulated something that will ho an honor and n lasting benefit to our young, but growing city. Very respectfully submitted, ElUTOII BllKCKKNHIIKlK The current number of lion. R. It. Tierce's papers on "Reminiscences," appearing in this issue, touches upon a feature of our local history in which this community feels that it has been especially distinguished and blessed tho noble women of tho former generations. Tho influence of their lives is a most potent factor for good even at this day, and nowhere is tho memory of grandmother more cherished and and their noble traits and deeds more fondly dwelt upon than among us who have been so richly blessed with a good and grand maternity. er In another column will be found tho announcement of Hon. Tice Jolly as a to the legislacandidate for ture. Mr. Jolly served as a member of the liwt House, where he acquitted him-Miwith much credit us a new member and showed decided ability in handling questions of public interest. Ho now asks his party for an endorsement of his former official conduct, and wo presume it will be given a very favorable consideration. lf Glendeane. Hon. Will Miller was down from Frankfort last Saturday. Mr. Taylor Atwood and his family left last Friday for Colorado. Witt & Meador have an elegant line of ladles' and gents hosiery. Mr. Andrew DeJernetto has been quite ill for the past week. Mr. Elijah Board has been sick for the past ten days witli la grippe. Go to J. W. Mattingly's, at tho brick corner, for your family groceries. If you want something new nnd nobby iu clothing, shoes or hats, go to Beard t Beeler. If you want a now dress don't fail to sec our late styles of ginghams. Witt it Meador. Mr. Huston Miller has been confined at his home from sickness for the last month. Mr. Michael Meyer has been appointed a deputy clerk for J. E. Monarch at Harncd. Mr. Jeff. Turpin has been appointed administrator of the estate of E. II. Mitcliam, deceased. Dr. Rice Pennington, of Owensboro, was in town last Thursday, mingling with his old friends. Tho young folks wero given a social party at the McGill IIouso last Saturday night by Mrs. Turpin. Witt & Meador have a new and nobby line of spring dreas goods, ginghams, calicoes, etc. Call and see them. Mrs. Watson, of Salem, Ind., arrived here last Sunday to sco her sister, Mrs. John Slaton, who has been dangerously ill. Mrs. Paynter, of Cloverport, was here last week and qualified as administrator of the estate of her late husband, Dr. W. B. Paynter. The old reliablo Michigan or Homestead fertilizer, also the Globe fertilizer, which is a pure animal matter goods. Beard it Beeler. Mr. James M. Woosley and Miss Jane Brady came up on the train last Monday from Jolly's Station nnd wero married by Rev. II. C. Hook. The name of Miss Sallie Pullam appears in tho list of soprano voices that will take part in the May Musical Festival at Louisville. Go to Haffey it Co. for bargains in dry goods and notions. It is our constant aim to give the best goods at bottom prices. Very respectfully, Mrs. S A. Haffey it Co. Misses Mate and Mertio Beard, who have been visiting here since last fall, returned to their homo in Missouri last week. Mr. Clait Beard accompanied them as far as Louisville. Tho city of Cloverport has filed an application in tho County Court to open "Breckenridge Avenue," a street running over tho lands of tho Breckenridgo Company, Limited, and Oglesby's farm, lying in the lower part of tho city. The county organization of the F. M. B. A. met hero lust Saturday pursuant to a call made by Col. T. S. Fryiniro at Stepliensport somo time ago, to nominate a candidate for tho Legislature. The turnout was small, tho persons in attendance not numbering over eight or ten members of tho order, President Fry mire himself included. It will be remembered that at tho Stepliensport meeting Mr. Fryiniro announced that this county assemblage would take place, and iiivited all members of the Alliance organization to be on hand and hike part in the proceedings. But from some unknown causo there were but few responded to tho call, and we understand no action was taken in regard to naming a legislative candidate. Hon. Henry J. McIIenry, member of tho Constitutional Convention from Ohio county, was hero last Saturday and Sunday, the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. John P. Haswell. Mr. McIIenry is a near relative of tho latter, and run down from Frankfort to pay them a short visit. In personal appearance Mr. McIIenry bears a striking resemblance to his father, whoso death occurred a short time since, and socially is a most agreeahlo young man. Besides representing ids county at tho Con. Con., ho is prominent in business affairs at Hartford, being cashier of tho bank at that place and the secretary and treasurer of tho Fordsville, Hartford it Southwestern Railroad Company. Tho railroad company named lias no existence except on paper, but Mr. McIIenry, iu connection with other citi zens of Hartford, are making a strong effort to induce McCracken & Co. to extend tho L., II. it W. to that place under chartered rights. cratic Primary, June 13, 1891. the Demo- Deo and Mary Pusey, Louisville, sjient Sunday at home. Mr. K. C. Craycroft, of Big Spring, was iu (own last week. Miss Nellie lewis is visiting Miss Eva Carrigan, at Guston. Dr. 11. K. Pusey, of leuisville, was in town last Tuesday. Mr. II. W. Hcrndon, of Louisville, was in town last week. Mr. Robt. McGlothlan, of Irvington, was hero last week. Judge W. P. I). Bush, of Louisville, was in town last Tuesday. Mr. A. M. McCracken, of Louisville, Mas in town last Thursday. Hon. David II. Murray, of Cloverport, attended court hero last week. Mr. Hawes, of Kansas City, was here last week visiting his daughter, Mrs. I). W. lewis. Mr. J. L. Talbot, of Elizabethtown, spent several days of last week witli friends here. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Rnwlings left Saturday for Kansas City, where they will reside in tho future. Messrs." David W. Fairleigh and John C. Walker, of Louisville, were here attending court last week. Mr. L. G. Taylor was examined and granted license to practice law. He was sworn in as an attorney at this bar. Some unknown parties entered the vacant house formerly occupied by Morgan Fontaine Friday night. They went in by raising n window. Nothing was taken from it. Constable O. F. Hutchison brought Joe-C-. Douglas up from Hawesville last week and placed him in jail here. Ho is charged with shooting with intent to kill. Hon. L. C. Norman, State Auditor and candidate for was hero last Wednesday. This is the first time Maj. Norman has visited our county, but ho has made a large number of warm friends hero who will see that his interests are not neglected in the coming canvass. Sheriffs. P. Woolfolk arrested John McDonald and placed him in jail Saturday. McDonald was sent to tho penitentiary from this place about four years ago for a term of three years, upon the charge of having burned tho Cedar Grovo church. At thai time tliero wero two other indictments against him, charging him with having set fire to tho Rock Ridgo church and school house. At the expiration of his term in the penitentiary he returned home, nnd for tho past year has lived quietly with his mother, about six miles from here. Ho was arrested under tho old indictments. Tho principal witness against him is John Bruco, who was last week sentenced to the penitentiary for ten years. non are very sick. Miss Melissa McDaniel returned from Henderson last week. Mr. Clifton Howard returned from' Henderson last week. Miss Neddie Hunter has gone to Leitchflcld to attend school. Mr. Will Dunn, of leitclifleld, is visiting his sister, Mrs. It. M. Parsons. Mr. .las. Mjutingly, of Irvington, lias takeii up his residence at this place. Uncle Bill Langley drew a pension a few days ago. lie is the happiest man in town. Messrs. Ned Boss and Jim Cannon, of leitclifleld, wero visiting their father last week. Work will begin on the new parson age in a few days. Mr. M. M. Ilomback is tho contractor. Mr. John Jarboc has purchased tho resilience and farm of Mr. Frank Cooini s for $1,100 cash. Messrs. John Prewitt and Ed Craig, of Check, Ky., wero visiting Rev. A. N. Whittinghiil last week. Mr. Jasper Hall, of Louisville, is visiting relatives near this place after nn abyears. sence of twenty-fiv- e La grippe is very fasiiionablo at present. There have been nt least a hundred cases of it in the community within the last mouth. Miss Alice Dockcry, Mrs. Ola Galloway,' Mrs. Laura Parsons, Mr. Robert Parsons and several others are down with the "grip." Messrs. Roland Smith, of Hardinsburg, Willie Pool and James Bishop, of Louisville, George Mercer, of Rosetta, and Dr. Ben Harned, of Buras, were in town last week. A daughter of Mr. Win. Darnell was frightfully burned a few days ago. She was standing in front of the fire when her dress caught and before help could reach her it was in a blaze. Her recovery is doubtful. ld Jliw evah dnuof tuo taht eht tseb ecalp ot READ THIS! Nehw uoy deeccus ni gnidaer siht uoy JESSE - yub ruoy semufrep, stniap, slio, sehsurb dna erup sgurd si ta eht gurd erots fo .' W. ." CLOVERPORT, OWEN, KENTUCKY. To bo plain with you, we want to say that wo have just bought, a very largo stock of Paints, Oils and Brushes, and if it is Paints you want, and you will give us a call, wo will mako it interesting for you. ' JESSE W. OWEN. TV' . r REDUCTION - ! South Bend Chill Plows to the Eront. No. 3 ""No. 4 No. 1 $8.00 same size as No. 19 Oliver. ' ' " $8.50 No. 20 " $4.00 No. A 1 " ' " Avery Steel Plows: O. 0. i ' D.O. $3.00 reduced from $ 4.50 $9.00 $10.40 " $9.50 $11.40 ,. , Ura Clippers. ' No. 5 $10.00 reduced from $14. 5.0. j ' ' ' No. 25 $10.00 $13.50.' CJive us a call and try our Plows and' you will be convinced " . there is no better. that-, ' rir V ..o. j& ' HENSLEY & JOLLY, Farmers' Supply House, HAttMXSiunta, Ky. - '. - Sheriff George Crawford, of Grayson, and Mr. Cicero Cummings last week ar- rested Andrew McCullough, who was working in timber for Hon. Lafo Green near this place. He is wanted in IlliADDISON, KY. nois, where ho forged notes to the amount of $3,000. Ho was placed in Is the place to buy SEWINO MACHINE for than country the Leitchfield jail to await a requisition less money ice I any other plnco intotlioany The iiih fhl sell are equal that from tho Governor, when he will bo agents charge from $35 to $50 fur: I guarantee them to be w hat I sny or no trade. Agents of his crime. taken to the scene L. D. ADDISON'S The residence of Mr. Thomas Cannon, Sr., burned to tho ground Feb. ltJth, at 2 o'clock a. in., with nearly all of the household goods. less about $2,200, 'Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fover sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico 25 cents per box For sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, The Farmers Home Journal, Louisville, has been enlarged to'twelve pages and tho subscription price reduced to $1 a year. Indian'a Republicans are dead sure to stock tho cards of Ben Harrison for a in '02. The Governor's raco is going lo bo mighty interesting from now until the l!Hh of May. It is Their Pride, Thank You. Tho editors and proprietors of the Dukckexiiiimie News are now John I), and Virgil G. Babhage, and tlioy are making a splendid paper of it. It ought to ta tho pride of every citizen of Breckenridgo to refer to his county paper. Owenslioro Messenger. M. llumman moved into his new v re- R. L. Nkwsom. sidence with no insurance. The origin of tlte fire is unknown. Mr. Cannon was lying at the point of death at tho time. His wife, son and daughter were tho only persons with him when the fire was discovered. They succeeded iu dragging tho bed on which he lay out into the yard before tho houso fell in. Henry Jarboo and Win. Pool arrived at that time and they succeeded in getting him to tho barn out of tho rain which was then pouring. His nephew, AV. T. Cannon, arriving at that time, had him removed to his house, where he died Feb. 13th. Tho remains were taken to LeitchTourists, field for burial. Mr. Cannon was a lifeWhether on pleasure bent or business, long member of tho Methodist church, a should take on every trip a bottle of kind husband and father, a good neighSyrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly bor and a useful and influential citizen. and effectually on the kidneys, liver and Tho family have the sympathy of the enbowels, preventing fevers, headaches and tire community in their bereavement. other forms of sickness. For sale in 50c. and $1.00 bottles by all leading druggists Heport of the Poplar Grove School. Tho following is a correct report of the LODIBURG. deportment of the advanced grade of Poplar Grovo School, which closed JanRev. Head yas taken suddenly ill a few uary 23, 1801 : Willie Dowcll, IK) ; Oda days ago, and is not expected to live. 09; Roberts, 09; Mary Beauchamp, AV. S. Coble, of Indiana, was hero hist Hattie Cashman, 08; Claudia Beauchamp, week in the interest of the Hoop Com- 03; Maggie Beauchamp, 02; Roy Beaupany. champ, 01 ; Burdine Beauchamp, 87 ; Misses Mata and Myrtle Beard, who Mack Bassham, 80; Junious Bassham, have been visiting relatives here, return- 80; Dan Miller, 8(1 ; Mollio Bassham, 80; ed to their homo in Missouri last week. Ada Payne, 85 ; Deo Bassham, 80 ; ProcThey are bright attractive girls and will ter Beauchamp, 80; Hattie Bane, 80; bo sadly missed from our social circle. Minnie Miller, 80 ; Elmo Beauchamp, 77. Tho first prizo was given to Oda Rev. D. Dowden, who has been pastor of Walnut Grove church for several years Roberts for having tho best nvcrago on bus resigned, as lie has moved to Louis- deportment. Burdine Beauchamp reville, and has as many calls nearer homo ceived the prizo given for the highest as he can fill; being reduced in strength number of lieadmarks in tho Second and health, it was very trying on him to spelling class. Minnie Roberts carried come so far. Wo are sorry to lose him off tho prize in the Third spelling class. and fear it will ta difficult to find another All deserve credit for their untiring efwhom we can lovo and find so faithful in forts to win theso prizes. Emma A. Moski.kv, Tkaciikr. the cause as brother Dowden. May his wish "to be given strength to preach the Gospel until his dying day" be realized. We regret to learn of the death of J. 11. Head's wife, which occurred near Owensboro a few days ago. Sinco their If you have mado up your mind to buy marriage six years ago, they have made Jlood's Sarsaparllla do not bo Induced to tako their home in our midst until a few any other.. Hood's Barsaparllla Is a peculiar medicine, possessing, by virtuo of Its peculiar months ago, when we saw to our sorrow combination, proportion, and preparation, her health failing. Shu expressed a desire curatlvo power superior to any other article. to visit her parents, near Owensboro. A Boston lady who knew what she wanted, Blakey, ever ready to grant tho slightest nnd whoso cxaroplo Is worthy Imitation, tells fcer cxperlcnco bclowt wish of his beloved wife, took her and two children to her parents, where their they remained until her death. The tender sympathies of tho entire com" In ono storo whero I went to buy Ilood'a munity nro tendered to tho griof stricken BarsaparUU tho clerk tried to lnduco mo buy husband and family in their sad bereavetheir own instead of Hood's; bo told mo thelr'a ment. would last longer; that I might tako It on ten llko I trial; that If did Jolly McAfee. M. S. Jolly and Miss days'anything, etc. I But not couldIt notneed not prevail pay bo Suo McAfee wero quietly married at the oa mo to change. I told htm I knew what. residence of the bride's undo, A. J. Keys, Hood's Sarsaparllla was. I had taken It, waa satisfied with It, and did not want any other. 18th, Rev. Clinton 1801, February Arguhright officiating. Tho brido was beautifully attired in cream colored handsomely trimmed. The groom When I began taking nood's Sarsaparllla wore tho conventional suit of black. Tho I was feeling real miserable, suffering luippy couple wero preceded by J.M.Fitch a great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak and wife, of Clifton Mills. The bridal that at times I could hardly stand. I looked, and bad for some time, llko a person In conparty loft immediately for Union Star, Id mo bo sumption. Hood's Sarsaparllla whore tho newly married pair will tnuko much good that I wonder at myself sometimes-home. May peace, happitheir future and ray friends frequently speak of It." Mb?. ness anil prosperity attend them, and ErxA A. Ooff, 01 Tcrraco Street, Boston. may they never for ono moment sco cause, to regret tho vows so solemly plighted, but their bark glido smoothly Sold by altdniggUti. ffltiheforfs. Prepared on! over tho ocean of life, with never a gale by O. I. HOOD 4 CO., ApotUecarlo, l4well, Ma to mar tho serenity of their way, Is tho IOO Doses On Dollar heartfelt wish of n friend. will y the machine is no account, because tho large difference in our prices, but I figure on this as on everything 1 handle, cut it as low as it can be cut. "My Motto" quick sates and small profit. Two drawer druplepf Singer Sewing Machines low arm, with all attachments. $16,50 Five drawer droplenf Singer Sewing Machines, high arm, wltb all nt achments $10,50 Send me a check or the money by register letter, nnd I will ship you a machine to any part of the country. Respectfully, L. D. ADDISON, Addison, ICy. -- -. "M " -- r '.r New Store ! Hew Goods! W. E. MARTIN GROCERIES 'PICTURE FRAMES! 1 5 ' CABINET WORK ! Repairing of Furniture a Specialty. Picture Frames made to order. "srl1 ;- -' -- Goods Delivered. Give me a Call ! Opposite M. Hamman's Furniture Store. CLOVERPORT, KY. J. II. lIii'KM.vv, .--- 4 :- s& , -' t IWt. 0. V. Hkanskoiu), Vice-Pres'- t. AV. A.Enni:rrj,SeewA Mgr .- . -, ' Be Sure . THE OWENSBORO," M.A.N'TJB'.A.aTTJ'ItimD 33TT & To Get Mateiial Workmanship Unsurpassed. Durability, Style & Finish Unequalled. Manufacturers of Wagons, Drays nnd Dump Carts. Capacity 25 wngons n day, with a rapidly growing trade extending over eighteen Southern and Wcbtcrn States, nnd wherever intoduced is universally considered tho best wagon on the market. Fou Sai.k iiv Hood's , Sarsaparllla A SURE NOTHING BUT PILES. CURESCERTAIN CUREKNOWM FQ& 15 YEARS AND A THE BEST REMEDY FOR BY RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R. PILES. PREPARED Ut--- - 1 MED.C0. ST.LOUlS M0. i 133 uWRcis r l.iVHr.l w- - flHM, ir . i ' - lT' w . ts Si'- - Both tlio method and results when Syrup ofFigs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta gciitlyyetproraptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dinpels colds, head aches and foyers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable- substances, its many excellent qualities commend 'it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup or Figs is for snlo in 50c and $1 bottles by all leadinar druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who Do not accept wishes to try it any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. - Mr. J. II. Moorman, assessor for this district, states that there was a mistake in the appraisement of the property of Mr. A. R. Fisher. The amount should have been $7,600, instead of $750. Mr. John Gregory, Sr., of this city, celebrated his 82d birthday last Monday. Itwasthcoccasibirof a reunion of his family, and quite n pleasant time was had. Mr. Gregory was born Fcby. 2;kl, 1800, and came to this city in 1830, where ho has held a continuous residence up to this time. 'Ho is still enjoying good health, and has reared a large family. An elegant dinner was served, and there wero present Mr. J. II. Steel and wife, Mr. Chris Sw igert, w ifo and children, Mr. Robert Batt, wife and children, Mrs. John Keiser, Mr. L. G. Gregory nnd family, Mr. J. D. Gregory nnd family, Mr. Geo. Gregory and wife, Mr. Phillip Gregory and wifo, Rev. W. C. Penrod and Mr. John I). Babbagc. His immediate family, including his brothers and sisters nnd their families, number some eighty odd, and it was expected that all of them would bo present, but quite a number were kept away. -- THE CAPITAL REMOVAL AND THE NEXT GOVERNOR. , 333B LOUISVILLE AND JOHN YOUNG BROWN LARGELY IN THE LEAD. Going Fast But wo still havo an ample stock to select from. It will pay you well to como to our store nnd buy n Suit or Overcoat for yourself or son nt tho "no profit" prices now ruling with us, even though you have no immediato use for it. Our new Spring stock, which we aro now manufacturing, is crowding us Como now and select for room. Winter goods extremely cheap. i . Jw Don't Peel Well. And yet you are not sick enough to consult a doctor, or you refrain from so doing for fear you will alarm yourself and friends wo will tell you just what you need. It is Howl's Sarsaparilla, which will lift you out of that uncertain, uncomfortable, dangerous condition, into nstato of good health, confidence nnd You've no idea how cheerfulness. potent this peculiar medicine is in cases liko yours. IP. & 8AN FRANCISC ), CAL. LOVISVIUE, KY. NEW YORK, N.T. PERSONAL. L. V. Chnpin was in tho city Sunday. C. P. Babbagc spent Sunday nt homo. KY. CLOVERPORT, E. A. Kissan'i went to Louisville Sun y Sample Room. Jumper day, Including bv day. the week, Including located. Boarding Fred Fraizo went to Louisville Monroom anded, 4.co. Single Meal 40 cents. day. Mrs. Dr. Smith is improving very rapidly. . J. R. Dellaven went to Falls of Rough Office over I). Hambkton't Saddltry and Monday. Harneu Store. Mr.' 1 S. Miller went' to Louisville CLOVERPORT. KY. Monday. Announcement. Wm. Ramsey went to Hnnlinsburg FOR-TH- K LEGISLATUIIB. Monday. We lire authorized' to announce Mr. F. K. E. D. Clark, Cannelton, was in tho city RHODES, a a candidate for the, Legislature. Subject to the action of the Democratic p irtj. Saturday. . Marshal Jordan went to Louisville We are authorized to announce the Hon. TICK lOLIW.aa a candldala for the LeglMatnre. Sub- Sunday. ject to the action or the Democratic party, It. E. Moorman went to Stephensport Wednesday. Wm. R. Pierce is at homo for a few days visit. Mr. S. L. Sulzer, Cannelton, was in the WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1891. city Saturday. Eugene Hnyncs, Stephensport, was in LOCAL BREVITIES. the city Sunday. Hiram Blair, Mattingly, has been Don't read Jesse Owen's nil. granted a pension. lino of neckwear. Sulzer's. Elegant J. W. Board, Holt's Bottom, was in All size step ladders for sale. Sulzer's. tho city Saturday. All kind of seeds. Sulzer's. Leon McGavock, of Skillman, was in Northern Early Rose potatoes for Bale tho city last week. Dr. It. T. Dempster, of Rock Vale, was by Bowmer & Hambleton. field seed of any kind? in tho city last week. Do you want Mr. Samuel Davidson, of Fallsof Rough, If so call on Bowmer '& Hambleton. was in tho city Saturday. , For choice timothy hay call on BowR. N. Miller went to Hawesville Sunmer it Hambleton. returning Monday. & day, White ear corn for sale. Bovwner Miss Addio G. Ditto, of Louisville, is Hambleton. visiting her sister, Mrs. J. D. Babbagc. Bowmer & Hambleton is headquarters Young, of Morganfield, is tho Mrs. for molasses of all kinds. guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. B. .Skill-maYou will find choico eating potatoes Orvillo Gregory has accepted n position nt Bowmer & Hambleton's. Como to tho Bankrupt House for your as clerk down at the Short J.ine Railroad. flour, sugar, coffee, molasses, etc. II. II. Brashear, Owcnsboro, was among toCome to tho Bankrupt House for tho passengers on tho east bound train cigars and confectioneries. bacco, Monday. See the now styles of writing paper at Phil. Gregory and wife, Louisville, Babbago's. visited friends nnd relatives in tho city Drawing tablets, 5 and 10 cents, at last week. Babbago's. Tom. Kendall, tho "boss gas driller," Don't forget the horse collars cheap. who is now nt Hnnlinsburg, was in the Sulzer's. city Monday. Ladles', mioses' and children's hosiery Dr. S. S. Wntkins, of Owensboro, will . in abundance. Sulzer's. locate hero in a few days for tho practlco Miss Sutterfield will open a spring of medicine. school in this city in April. Mr. J. D. Hambleton, of Henderson, For fresh bananas, apples, oranges, passed through tho city en routo to Louisville. candy, etc., call nt Martin's drug store. A little child of Win. Cobb (colored), Misses Rosa and Emma Riedel, of choked to death last Monday, while Holt's Bottom, are tho guests of Miss Lizzie Suiters. eatingji piece; of cake. A large .number of young ladies and Mrs. J. G. Stephens, Holt's Bottom, gentlemen wero present at tho skating and Mrs. W. E. Minoi, Addison, wero in tho city Friday. rink Monday night. Major J. T. Miller Is having his hotel Miss Lola Henly nnd Mrs. Jennio building repaired and refitted, and ho Jabine went to Louisvillo Monday, rewill open a hotel in the spring. turning yesterdny. Mr. 0- - ! Coleman, of Grand Rapids, Miss Emma Riedel, df Point Pleasant, ,Mich., was tho guest of Mr. F. J, Ferry W. Vn., arrived at Holt's Bottom last week Monday, to visit her father and mother, Mr. nnd rHavo yon tried tho new slide?" Mrs. Chns. Riedel. "What? Where?" Capt. Rowland and wife, who have "Tho slido In hosiory at Sulzer's." been at Rosetta for tho post week, reA lot of horse Collars, pads, etc. ; will turned homo yesterday accompanied by close' out at a bargain; seo them. Sul- her sister, Mrs. Eliza Taylor. zer's. Squire Henry R. Dean, Rock Lick, was The man or woman that is caught in tho city Wednesday nnd Thursday. reading Jesse Owen's advertisement will Ho says theou tlook for tho farmers is betbe given a chromo. ter this year than for many years. No. 7 doublo oven etOvo at $7.G0, No. Wheat, clover and grass look well nnd 7 coal cook stoves for $11, No. C. 0. Av- the stock is in fine condition. There is ery steol plows for $7, at J. L. Miller's, no reason, said he, why tho farmers Como to tho Bankrupt House for your hould not mako monoy this year. canned fruits, preserves, jellies, oranges, The Sage of Seguin. raisins, Sc. Austin, Texas, August 8, 1885. Land roth's fresh garden seeds nnd To Mb. A. K, Hawkks Dear Sir : It onion nets for sale at Martin's drug gives me pleasure to say that I have been store. using your , glasses for some time past For bargains in pttro and fresh drugs with much satisfaction. For clearness, and medicines, go to 0. 0. Martin, prac- softness and for all purposes intended, tical druggist. thoyaro not surpassed by any that I ha vu Rev. W. C. Brandon suffered a severe overworn. I would recommend them attack of pleurisy on Monday morning, to all who want a superior glass. I nm but is much improved. very respectfully yojire, John Iiieiand, Dr. Charles Payntor, of Lawronceburg, of Tbxos. Ky., brother of the late Dr. Walter B. All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by Paynter, is in tho city with a vlow to G. W. Short, Cloyerport, Ky. locating hero. Tho river at this point last evening Dentistry. was rising at tho rato of one-hainch an Dr. W. 11. White, Dentist, Louisville, hour, Reports from abovo indicate that Ky., will bo in Cloverport, tho 7, 8, nnd St will como up about two feet more, Oth of March, 1891, to practlco his proWhich will bring it out of the banks fession. Decaying teeth treated, filled hero and over tho iron bridge. and saved. Artificial Dentures made in tho most approved stylo. Artificial Many Persona crowns of gold or porcelain inserted on Ah broken down from overwork or household lrmtt Bitters " Brown's aid Mutton, rwaovtrex natural roots. Prices reasonable. Rooms rebuild th lyatrm, iMhra. 0 Uta uuiu. at ft upper Hotel CM of Mte, umI IFIEIROE HCOTTSIEJ A. KNGLISIt, Prop'r. S. Cen-tndl- fa Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, y-- c Breckenridge News. I If". feV. MT-- 7 jr. - ft, ": N- i fr. n. V What Some of Our Leading Citizens Have to Say on the Subject A representative of the News tailed on a number of our prominent men Monday, to ascertain their views on tho subject of tho location of the State Capital, and also upon their preferences for n Democratic candidate for Governor. Tho following nro tho opinions expressed in reply to tho queries of tho Xi:s: Mr. A. B. Skillman : I do not consider it n matter of great importance, nnd have no strong predilections in nny way, but think that it would not bo ndvisablo to In remove the Capital to Louisville. spite of tho plausible arguments to the contrnry,tho fact yet remains that thoStato legislature and administrative officers are subjected to a pressure of corrupting influences in large cities that is not so much felt in remote Capitals. This was tho experience in Louisiana when the Capital was at Now Orleans, and it bos been recognized by about half of the States in the Union, nnd has led to their maintaining their Capitals in small interior cities. I would rather favor tho building of tho new Capital in Lexington, in order to get it out of that hole where it now stands nt Frankfort. I feel some hesitancy in expressing n preference for a nominee for Governor thus early in tho canvass, but just now I feel disposed to favor John Young Brown, Mr. L. G. Gregory: I would liko to bee It is tho Capital removed to Louisville. tho metropolis' of tho State, nnd hns better accommodations for the Capital. I am for P. Wat. Hardin for Governor. Mr. Julius C. Nolte : Of course I nm in favor of having tho Capital at Louisville. I have always thought that Louisvillo should bo tho Capital of the State. I can not express nny preference as between the candidates for tho Democratic nomination for Governor. Mr. A. R. Fisher: lam in favor of removing the Capital to Louisville, and would so vote. It w ould bo more central and easier of access. I think that the argument that pernicious influences arc more nctivo and potent nt tho metropolis has little foundation in fact. Those who have an interest in corrupting the legislators, find tho remoteness of, tho Capital location nt Frankfort no obstacle whatever. Yes, I nm for John Young Brown, from tho first jump clear through to tho Rocky Mountains. Mr. Gcorgo W. Short : I have thought for a long time that tho Capital ought to bo at Louisville, because Louisvillo is more accessible and better able to accommodate tho Legislature nnd other I am for John public assemblies. Young Brown for Governor. Dr. R. L. Ncwsoin : My opinion would depend upon the conditions upon which tho location at any of tho places menTho buildings tioned would bo made. and conduct of public affairs would probably bo established uion a more elaborate and expensive scale at Louisvillo than nt Fiankfort ; and if this should place an increased burden of taxation upon tho people of tho State, then I would bo opposed to removing the Capital to Louisville. But if Louisvillo will furnish tho building site, nnd contribute enough to cover the increased exponso of maintaining a metropolitan Capital, then I would favor its location nt Louisville. I am for John Young Brown for Governor. Mr. D. Hambleton: I have always favored tho idea of locating the Capital Louisvillo is more conat Louisville. venient and suitable in every wny. I am for Hon. P. Wnt. Hardin for Governor. Mr. F. Fraize : I nm for it, hnvo always been for it. Let us hnvo the Capital nt Louisvillo by all means. Corruptionists can operate nt Frankfort just as woll as at Louisville, and bo less exposed to the scrutiny of tho reoplo nnd tho public press. I am for John Young Brown nil-ov- 'f I Spring Overcoats Come and sec our magnificent new stock. They arc beautiful and cheap. 'tritl. We have over Julius Winter COR. THIRD and MARKET, & Co., "Old Reliable Clothcrs," LOUISVILLE, KY. 2000 Pairs Hose From 5 c. up, To sell. Mr. W. II. Bowmer: My first choico for tho location of tho State Capital would, My second, Louisville. bo Owensboro. I do not think that corruptionists would ply their trado to nny greater advantage John in Louisville than nt Frankfort. Young Brown is my first choico for Governor, and P. Wnt Hardin my second. Mr. J. L. Miller : I havo not thought of the Capital removal question much, I have but beliovo I favor Ixwisville. no choico as between tho candidates for tho Democratic nomination. Mr. R. D. Witt : I have never thought of tho matter enough to form n decided opinion, but will bay that Louisvillo seems to have tho advantage in the way of inducements for tho Capital location . I know very little of the men now spoken of in connection with the Democratic nomination for Governor, but know that John Young Brown is n thorough Democrat, and believe I favor him. Mr. Thomas Tousey : I beliovo that tho Capital ought to bo removed to Louisville, but would rather seo it remain nt Frankfort than removed to nny I nm for other place than Louisvillo. Jonn Young Brown all over. Mr. F. N. D'Huy: I would liko to see tho Capital removed to Louisillo and John Young Brow n nominated nnd elected Governor. Judge John Allen Murray: The Constitutional Convention, being sovereign, may direct tho Capital of tho State to be located where it chooses, but the present Convention will never cxerciso that power. The matter will then devolve upon tho Stnto Legislature, and enough votes to remove tho Capital from its present location and establish it in nny given So, in my place can never be had. mind, there is no such question as that of Capital removal now seriously to be considered Tho only real question is, when nnd how tho pcoplo can over get into u position to bo nblo to construct a I do not desire new Capital building. now to express n preference for nny one to bo nominated for Governor. Hon. R. It. Pierce : I nm opposed to tho project for removing tho Capital. It ought to remain nt Frankfort. I nm for John Young Brown for Governor.' Hambleton House IIARDINSBURG, KY. - Proprietor, BOIN G TURPIN, This house is now open for business. It has been thoroughly overhauled, repaired nnd refurnished s throughout nnd is now in condition. We solicit the traveling public to give us a call. Rntcs first-clas- SULZER'S Q You Must Appeal to your reasonnblc. IJ. G. TURPIN, Prop'r. wmsmMmmmttmi&mMZfflmmmn FflEETO ALL. ! CaUiloTua of Plants,; Hulbi Vines, Shrubt, iffi Trees, Small Fruits, Crape V'ncs, Seeds, Fvergrcens, etc, wlllS bo matted Free to all applicants; SO pngcslit Our New Illuitrated jffl ic BE 35 Greenhouses; 30 acres. NANZ & and 4000 varieties o(3G Plunk, etc 3& Satisfaction Guaranteed. Address, NEUNER, Louisville, Ky. Since it is a self evident fact that you must Eat to Live, or Live to Eat, wo desire to present to your economical consideration our completo stock of Eat! :- aim e.w "feci flflQSrjflfCGOS Send jour Order to mBr1 $20Opei we can piene you 26 for circular"-ERDMAN BROS. Loulsville.Ky ! u cl0 Careful Selection, Reasonable Prices, : GENERAL GROCERIES, Pure Goods, KY. McElree's Wine of Cardul and THEOFORD'S nro for sa! o by the following merchants in T Eeason -:- - Pocket -:- - Health R. E. MOORMAN. Brockenridgo News Building, CLOVERR.ORT, Breckenridge County : O. W. Short, Cloverjiort. Brashear 1c Lav, Stephensport. A MAN Will WANTED I We want to employ a live energetic man to act as our agent and rquad manager, In this and two or three other counties. AlRXANDRR'S Ho'TEIIa, Seventh and Market Streets, Pay $75.00 per Month to a suitable party. Applicant will be required to givo a bond for $30U, and furnish a good horse and bugiry. No one need apply who cannot comply with Lxouisville, - - - Kenttiolvtj. this requirement. Address with references, stating ago and former employment, BEWLEYVILLE. New goods nt tho Cash Store. Tho roads arc generally discussed. Mr. A. Taylor, of Rosetta, was in town Saturday. Mr. W. J. Piggott went to Henderson Thursday Mr. Edward Smith, of Ekron, was in town Saturday. All kinds men's nnd boy's clothing nt tho Cosh Store for cost. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bennett spent last week in tho city shopping. .Shcrifi' Severs was in town Wednesday nnd Thursday of laht week. Misses Clara Jordan and Mary Snyder returned Friday from a visit to Sample. Mr. 11. W. Drury spent last week in tho city purchasing n new stock for tho Cash More. Tho ladies should call at onco tit tho Cash Store nnd see tho choico lot of prints, ginghams, etc., just received. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alonzo Moorman, of Brandenburg, nnd Mr. Leo Ynto, of Louisville, were the guests of Mr, and Mrs. C. II. Drury last week. Miss Lucio Frank returned Thursday from a visit of somo length to Dr. and Mrs. G. Parker, of McKlnnoy, Texas. was hastened by her Miss Frank'sj-cturfailing health. Dr. E. R. Pennington, of Owensboro, spent bcveral days of tho past week with his friends hero. It is several years sinco ho was in his old home town, but ho found, and always will find, a hearty wclcomo from his numorous friends. Now goods nt tho Cash Store. Now is the tlmo nnd this Is tho place to como If you want to get them at bottom prices. Como nnd seo tho goods nnd lenrn tho prices. I could publish a price list, but that poor fellow over at Hampton might take a fit when ho saw how low goods can bo sold, whon sold exclusively for cash or produce. Judging from thojirices that he lias been sending out tho Cosh would guess ho bought his goods at Bomo retail credit house. He shows a little tact whon he buys eggs at 2 cents a dozen over what ho knows ho will get for them, but oven that looks mighty thin to an intelligent person who rends tho papers. They know what you will get for them and know that you are more than getting It back with your high prices. Your paving cash for a fow dozen occasionally makes the disguise a little thicker, but oven that won't servo to cover your tracks. It would take a mighty hardhearted old miser to take your monoy whon ho saw how It hurt you to give it up. Cash Store. Cowblueii geuonil n d MtSHOHANUUM combined bred horse. Both young and sound. Addresi Jxa G. Stkpiikns, Sr., or J, O, Stkpiiens, Jr. Holt, Ky. Having sold out our entire interest in tho hotel on Jefferson street, wo have rr. moved to our old stand thnt we occupied for years so succcKsfully nt Seventh and Market streets, aro now fitting it up in elegant shape new throughout, and the The Southwestern Pub. House, outfit in every way will be elegant, including one of Hale's Safety Passenger and 153 & 155 Spruce Street, Baggage Elevators with all tho late improvements. AVo want all of our old friends to come nnd see us in our old home. NASHVILLE, TENN. AVe o you that our Rooms, Tablo and Service shall bo second to pone in tho land. My wife, Mrs. Jo. IJ. Alexander, wants to bo remembered to all her lady friends and slio will bo glad to see them and givo them a hearty reception. Either of our Stallions Brown's McQuald, a highly bred trotter or Happy Thought, a PARE $2.00 PER DAY. pro-mis- For Sale. JO. B. ALEXANDER, Manager. Mr. Alex Boyd: I would like for tho I have Capital to como to Louisville. always wished to seo it removed there. I nm for John Young Brown for Gover- Valuable Farm for Sale! FIELD SEEDS ! nor. Mr. J. W. Vost : I am strongly in favor of removing tho Capital to Louisvillo. I take no stock in the argument that the bad elements would exert more influence upon the Legislature in Louisvillo than A capital in tho deserts of elsewhere. Africa would bo no moro exempt from the lobyist nnd corruptionist than if it wero in a great American city. Mayor R. "B. Piorco : Next to Clover-por- t, I think that tho Capital should bo located at Louisvillo by all means. I am for John Young Brown for Governor. Mr. Amlel Oelzo : I hnvo not thought about tho matter, but it seems to mo that tho first consideration is, not feo much a location near tho geographical center of tho State, as a location having tho greatest facilities for reaching it from nil parts of tho State. Louisville, I beliovo, has this advantage I am for John Young Brown for Governor, becauso ho is a good Democrat nnd a Western, man. ) v !' We have in stock the following Seeds, all of which arc strictly pure : Containing 300 acres. 200 acres cleared , 100 in fino timber, situat- ORCHARD CRASS, NORTHERN OATS, ed on tho Hardinsburg nnd Clover-po. SAPLIN CLOVER, RED CLOVER, 'ul Turnpikq, two miles West of and eight miles East Hardinsburg TIMOTHY, RED TOP, MILLET. of Cloverport. Forty acres sown We arc offering Red Top at the following Uw figures for this week in wheat, forty acres good corn ground, and twenty acres for oats, 1-2 ten acres for tobacco, tho Remainder in grass. We are glad that we can announce to tho public the Improvements, ono dwelling and two tenant houses, two barns, and ! woll supplied with water tho year he round, two orchards, ono bearing, That tho Plow Factories have made in all their grades of Plows. Wo tho other just set out. aro able to sell you tho This is a splendid farm and well suited for raising stock. Will bo sold at a low price snd on reasonable terms. For furthor particulars At a reduction of $l.0 on two horse plows, and a reduction of $2.00 on address J. T. ROBARDS, the two horso rt 47 cents per bushel. 4 Hk1! BIG REDUCTION OLIVER CHILL Hardinsburg, Ky. Printers' Ink A JOURNAL AVERY PLOWS. If you want the best Steel Beam plow in the world, buy the ROYAI FOR ADVERTISERS. Ex-Go- ? lf POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder, Highest of all in leavening strength. U.S. Qovenxmmi Report, Aug. 17, 1889. Is Issued weekly, and is tbe representative Journal the trade journal of American advertisers. It indicates to tbe inexperienced adver tlser bow, when, and where he should advei Use j how to write an advertisement; bow display one; what newspapers to nse; how much money to expend lu fact, discourses on every point that admits of profitable .discussion. Advertising is an art practiced by many but understood by few. The conductors of Printers' Ink understand It, and their advice Is based on an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e years in plaolng advertlselng oontraoti for many of the largest and most successful advertisers. A year's subscription costs but two dollars : simple copies Free. Address ; OE0. P. R0WELL Jb CO., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruce BRINLEY. When the time comes wo will be in tho market with tho highest grade of Fertilizers. The Cincinnati Desiccating Co., Pure Bone Fertilizers. B. F. BEARD k CO. ndvortlslne MllOU'N'S IKON POCKET AI.MANAO BOOK Aim1' t hittkijh '"' uri store. St., New York. HARDINSBURG, KY. 49-- &. .jjiptoil ??'"& 1 '. psgWpslTOlill JtWiHTT .. i i - .' :.- - ' , . ik ,nkt , I Sf w' v J . rS AIi mufcwiiiTnfirrrjMBiFiwmM JA ';v'A.M:ftXPe!iii!i!Hsi i ,4 ha. VS.,! .& tav- - mi w: i it itMhriTifc tW'i'in iiiM it i Jli mii brandenburg. nllln iiiimn iii imwmiwmimw II ' BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, : JT In-- i8 on a hf' llMj 1,or' HARDINSBURG ' DEPARTMENT, JNO. I). A VlltOII. O. UAHHAOK, Kdltnr iind I'roprlttor. The Constitutional Convention declared against the use of railroad es by Slate and county officials. . has pass- v. u.hahhaoi: ... - Inhn T i:diir " "" .... ...... T Mr. mcpaniels. I.t AfntViuti.t ' Imi ... .i. .,., i.inn ir. i-- Inanl Jt Pnprnin'nl wv..vP Ala- bama. of L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. Goiva WIHT. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are nuthorlted to announce . Mrs. Eliza Early is lylng'at the point I... St. Ij. & T. Local Time Card. Hall and Kxproat going Kait Kxpreis Local Freight " ' West Halt West Watterson's letter to Gov. Hill, tho 10.05 a.m. ablo Kentucky editor was undoubtedly .11.07 a.m. talking straight from the shoulder out. 6.58 p.m. .. v Ji p.m. 11.19 a.m. Poiencer Daily nrr. Hardlnsburg!.12:(l5 p.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. .. 7i48 a.m. " 001.XO (ART. death. Messrs. Fred Fraize and Edward Can- x jltvxi On your I "TirTm I i lm B mi 1 head to oiiiiii; Hi f I - I m am in 1 1 I m wm . Paitenger Dally arr. HarJIniburg.. 8:55 a.m. Mixed (ex. 8undy) am .3:55 p.m. Col. Alf. Allen went to Louisville Monday. Miss Bello Mattingly is visiting at Glondcaue. Hon. Will Miller was down from Frankfort last Saturday. Mr. Taylor At wood and his family left last Friday for Colorado. Witt & Mcador havo an elegant line of ladies' and gents' hosiery. Mr. Andrew DeJernetto lias been quite ill for tho past week. Mr. Elijah Board has been sick for the past ten days with la grippe. Go to J. W. Mattingly's, at tho brick corner, for your family groceries. If you want something now and nobby in clothing, shoes or hats, go to Beard & Bceler. If you want a now dress don't fail to see our late styles of ginghams. Witt & Mcador. Mr. Huston Miller has been confined at his home from sickness for the last month. Mr. Michael Meyer has been appointed a deputy clerk for J. E. Monarch at Harned. Mr. Jen". Turpin has been appointed administrator of the estate of E. II. Mitcham, deceased. Dr. Bice Pennington, of Owensboro, was in town last Thursday, mingling witli his old friends. Tho young folks were given a social party at tho McGill House last Saturday night by Mrs. Turpin. Witt & Mcador have a new and nobby line of spring dress goods, ginghams, calicoes, etc. Call and sec them. Mrs. Watson, of Salem, Ind., arrived here last Sunday to see her sister, Mrs. John Slaton, who has been dangerously III. IUOHAKDSON, a a candidate tot to the Lellu-tur- e from Meads county, lubjrct to the action of the Dam cratlo primary, Jane 13, 1891. OtW.-VV- But West .10.05 a.m. The latest pugilistic freak of John L. We are autboriied to announce te : I ETC. Tho notion of tlio Democratic County Committee in calling n primary in April next lias caused more or less discussion among the members of the party in various sections of thu county. Some contend that tho action of tho committco unwise and out of placo. was Such talk as this, if It does anything, indicates that tho party managers, had thoy not made n call, had become alarmed, and were therefore afraid to do anything. Such was in fact not the case, and Clininnun Severs was only following in the steis of hiB predecessors when ho issued the call. Supioso no action had been taken in tho premises, and nfter tho committee had come together and looked over the ground, they lind then adjourned without action. Then what would have been the cry? Most assuredly our antagonists would have at once paid that tho Democracy was all broken up; that she was afraid to speak out. Hcvicwing tho situation in tho light of nil tho circumstances, we frankly claim that tho committee did the proper and wise thing. The Democratic party is no political organization with a trumped-u- p brief history. It lias been in existence for fifty years, and claims tho right to follow in tho lino of its established traditions. It will not suffer dictation from indiscriminate sources. It is governed by long established rules, and thoy must bo obeyed when the proper time arrives. There was no reason, therefore, that tho primary election should have been postponed. Tho Democracy doesn't propose to step down and out and surrender the field to a third pbrty, or to any party for thatt matter. She is emphatically here to stay, and those who don't like her manner of doing business on the campaign order, can bo "moving on." The time had arrived when, according to nil precedents, the manner of choosing a candidate for the Legislature must be announced. There arc two or more candidates in the field submitting their claims, and it does seem 'that for tho committee to have ignored these things nnd nwaited the movements of some other organization, would have been absolute folly. In the name of high heaven, what do you take us for? If tho Farmers' Alliance, tho Wheelers, Grangers, Kepublicans, or any other body want to put up a candidate for the Legislature in this county, certainly all they linvo to do is to "let him go, All tho Democracy asks is a "free ballot and a fair count." As to certain parties who claim to be Democrats, but say they will not support the nominee of the party, we ask of you, why not 7 What have you in the secret caucuses of the Farmers' Alliance that offers more than your own party ? Read its platform of principles. Therein is guaranteed to all men of whatever race or color equal and exact justice before the law. Moreover it is pledged to purify the administration from corruption, to restore economy and to reduce taxation to its lowest limit. Again, a turin" for revenue only, or a sufiicient revenue to pay all expenses of tho Government economically administered. And further, honest money as a basis for a circulating medium worth one hundred cents to the dollar. These are some of the salient principles of Democracy, and what tatter can you findelhowherc? This is the question. And if nothing better, why do you desert her? We haven't aught against the Farmers' Alliance, for we take it that the ends sought to be accomplished aro materially the same ns those of tho Democracy. If such be true, why abandon tho party that you have struggled with for the past thirty years to accomplish these things? The end, if we will but stand together, is undoubtedly about reached, and can bo reached through tho Democratic party quicker than through any other channel. We nppenl to all Democrats, therefore, to stand by their colors. THAT PRIMARY ELECTION, Sullivan was to clean up a negro waiter in a hotel dining room at Richmond, Vn. T. P. OUNDIFF, aa a candidate for the Legislature In Meade county. Hulijort to the action of the Democratic Primary, June 1.1, 1891. The President has named Foster, of Ohio, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of the late Secretary Windom. Ex-Go- v. Convention Constitutional If doesn't stir up, it is doubtful whether our delegate, Will Miller, will get home by time. tho corn-planti- Ho 7's This 1 Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Howard for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and bo licve him perfectly honorable in all busi ncss transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Tkimx, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Waldixo, Kin.van&Maiivin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. &Sold by druggists. Prico 75c. per bottle. GUSTON. News scarce. Mr. Adolphus Jones, of llig Spring, was in our city this week. Mr. Horace Shaln has rented a residence in our town and will move in this week. Miss Nellie 11. lewis, of Ilrandenburg, is spending a few weeks with her grandfather, Mr. IJ. J. Pnttcson. Mr. Alouzo Moremen and wife, of Ilrandenburg, were visiting their daughter, near Hewleyville, last week: Mr. Jess Clarkson passed through our town last week with a very fine lot of mules which he had bought in the Wolf Creek neighborhood. The health of the community is very good, although our physician still sUtys with us; but perhaps it is because he wouldn't live anywhere else except at Guston. Mr. James Osborne says if you want a "tip" on painting houses of the newest spring designs, just throw your orbs over on his little cottage which he has recently built and painted. Messrs. Putteson and llewley are receiving some very fine grades of tobacco at their warehouses. Thoy arc both experienced men in that line of business, and know a good class of the weed when they see it. Mr. A. J. Thompson is putting down the foundation for his large warehouses, where he expects to handle all kinds of agricultural implements and seeds. Albert is a hustler and a great benefit to our town and community. Mrs. W. W. Williams and sister, Mibs Carrie D. Hall, of Henderson, formerly of Ilasin Spring Stock Farm, spent the duy nt Mrs. Mary Munford's Tuesday. They are the guests of Mrs. John Wimp, of near Webster. On last Saturday .Mr. Hen Clarkson, of Uig Spring, unloaded at our town a car of cattle that were in a very bad condition. He had billed them through from Lewisport to Louisville, and by the time they arrived hero nearly of them were down, and being so tightly packed in were unablo to get up. Messrs. C. II. Drury and Dr. J. II. W. Frank, of near Hewleyville, were in town last week. The Doctor had just received a wholesale supply of pot flowers from Louisville and was taking them home to his immense green-housHo tells us that his daughter, Miss Lucy, will soon return from her extended trip tq Texas, where shu has been visiting friends and relatives all winter. two-thire. Gal-lager- ." The current number of Hon. It. It. Pierce's papers on "ltemlniscences," appearing in this issue, touches upon a feature of our local history in which this community feels that it has been especially distinguished and blessed the no ble women of tho former generations. The influence of their lives is a most potent factor for good even at this day, and nowhere is the memory of grandmother more cherished and and their noble traits nnd deeds more fondly dwelt uion than among us who have been so richly blessed with a good and grand maternity. er In another column will be found tho announcement of Hon. Tico Jolly as a to the legislacandidate for ture. Mr. Jolly Bcrved as u member of the last House, whore ho acquitted himself with inuclj credit as a new member nnd showed decided ability in handling questions of public interest. Ho now asks Iiis party for an endorsement of his former official conduct, and wo presume it will be given a very favorable consideration. The Farmers Home Journal, Louisville, has been enlarged to'twelve pages and tho subscription price reduced to a year. $1 Indian' a llepubllcans aro dead sure to stock tho cards of Ben Harrison for a in '02. The Governor's race is going lo bo mighty interesting from now until tho 13th of May. A New City Hall. F.DlTOIt lillECKEXItllXIE News: Will you kindly give space in your valuable paper to a suggestion that may be a great benefit to our city? The writer hns for some timo post observed the necessity for a largo City Hall one of such dimensions nnd capacity as will accommodate all classes of public gatherings, such as political, theatrical, scien tific, musical, operatic, etc., and may be used for festivals, public und select balls, parties, nnd skating rink nnd such uses ns, in tho judgment of the stockholders, may best conduce to the financial success of the enterprise. In this article it it is not proposed that it shall ta a tnx or burden on the city, but shall be made up nnd owned by pri vate subscription in tho shape of a stock concern. Tho writer proposes that the building shall bo 50 by 150 feet, and shall bo located on the principal street or thoroughfare of the city, shall be strongly and coTnpactly built, having a balcony in front, and costing $10,000. It is proposed that it bo owned by a number of stockholders not exceeding twenty, nnd that tho maximum sulwcrip-tio- n by any one jcrson sliull bo $1,000 and tho minimum $250, thereby making a limited, yet n sufficient number of persons interested in its accomplishment. Details can be furnished after the organization is completed. Mr. Editor, thu subject is open, and your opinion, or that of any practical writer on the subject will be gladly heard. Tho mutter should bo freely discussed and all practical suggestions listened to, and out of "many minds" can bo formulated something that will bo an honor and a lasting benefit to our young, but growing city. Very respectfully submitted, It. L. Newsom. Mrs. Paynter, of Cloverport, was here last week and qualified as administrator of the estate of her late husband, Dr. W. 11. Paynter. The old reliable Michigan or Homestead fertilizer, also tho Globe fertilizer, which is a pure animal matter goods. Beard & Beeler. Mr. Jiunes M. Woosley and Miss June Brady came up on the train last Monday from Jolly's Station and were married by Rev. II. C. Hook. The name of Miss Sallio Pullum appears in tho list of soprano voices that will take part in the May Musical Festival at Louisville. Go to Haffey A Co. for bargains in dry goods and notions. It is our constant nim to give the best goods at bottom prices. Very respectfully, Mrs. S.. A. Haffey & Co. Misses Muto and Mertie Beard, who have been visiting hero since last full, returned to their homo in Missouri last week. Mr. Clait Beard accompanied them as far as Louisville. Tho city of Cloverport lias filed an application in tho County Court to open "Breckenridgo Avenue," a street running over tho lands of tho Breckenridgo Company, Limited, und Oglesby's farm, lying in tho lower part of tho city. The county organization of the F. M. B. A. met here last Saturday pursuant to a call made by Col. T. S. Frymire ut Stephensport some time ago, to nominate n candidate for tho Legislature. The turnout was small, tho persons in attendance not numbering over eight or ten members of tho order, President Frymire himself included. It will bo remembered that nt the Stephensport meeting Mr. Frymire announced that this county assemblage would take place, and iilvited nil members of the Alliance organization to be on hand and tuko part in tho proceedings. But from some unknown cause there were but few responded to the call, und we understand no net ion was tuken in regard to nnniing a tagislntivc candidate. Hon. Henry J. Mcllenry, member of the Constitutional Convention from Ohio county, was here lust Saturday and Sunday, tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Iluswell. Mr. Mcllenry is a near relative of the latter, and run down from Frankfort to pay tliom u short visit. In personal appearanco Mr. Mcllenry bears a striking resemblance to his father, whose death occurred a short timo since, and socially is u most agreeable young man. Besides representing his county at the Con. Con., he Is prominent in business affaire at Hartford, being cashier of tho bank at that place and the secretary nnd treasurer of tho Fordsville, Hurtford & Southwestern Railroad Company. Tho railroad company named has no existence oxcopt on papel-- , but Mr. Mcllenry, in connection with other citizens of Hartford, are making a strong effort to induco McCracken & Co. to extend tho L., II. & W. to that place under chartered rights. 'Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho best salvo in tlio world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chupped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico 25 cents per box ForBalobyG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, It is Their Pride, Thank You. The editors and proprietors of tlio Bueckeniiiimie News are now John D. and Virgil G. Bubhage, and tliey aro making a splendid paper of it. It ought to be tho pride of every citizen of Breckenridgo to refer to his county paper. Owcnslwro Messenger. M. Hummun moved into his new sidence to-da- re- Tho residence of Mr, Thomas Cannon, Sr., burned to tho ground Feb. 12th, at 2.o'clock a. in., with nearly nil of the household goods. Loss nbout $2,200, with no insurance. The origin of the fire is unknown. Mr. Cannon was lying nt the point of death ut tho time. His wife, son nnd daughter were tho only persons witli him when the fire wns discovered. They succeeded iu dragging tho bed on which lie lay out into tho yard before tho house fell in. Henry Jarboo and Win. Pool arrived at that timo and they succeeded in getting him to the barn out of the rain which was then pouring. His nephew, W. T. Cannon, arriving at that time, hud him removed to his house, where lie died Feb. Bltb. Tho remains were taken to LcitchTourists, field for burial. Mr. Cannon wns n lifeWhether on pleasure bent or bunincssIL long member of tho Methodist church, n should take on every trip a bottle of kind husband nnd fnther, a good neigh,yup of Figs,.as it acts most pleasantly bor and a useful and influential citizen. nnd effectually on the kidnoys, liver and Tlio family have the sympathy of the enbowels, preventing fevers, headaches and tire community in their bereavement. other forms of sickness. For sale in 50c. and $1.00 bottles by all leading druggists Report of the Poplar Grove School. The following is a correct report of the LODIBURG. deportment of tho advanced grade of Poplar Grove School, which closed JanRev. Head was taken suddenly ill a few uary 23, 1891: Willio Dowell, 09; Oda days ngo, and is not expected to live. Roberts, 09; Mary Benuclmmp, 09; AV. S. Coble, of Indiana, was hero lust Ilattie Casliman, 08; Claudia Beauchamp, week in the interest of the Hoop Com- 03; Maggie Beauchamp, 92 ; Roy pany. 87 ; 91 ; Burdine Beauchamp, Misses Mata und Myrtle Benrd, who Mack Bassham, 80; Junious Bassliam, have been visiting relatives here, return80 ; Dan Miller, 80 ; Mollio Bassham, 80; ed to their homo in Missouri lust week. Ada Payne, 85 ; Deo Bassham, 80 ; ProcThey nre bright attractive girls nnd will tor Beauchamp, 80; Hnttio Bane, 80; bo sadly missed from our social circle. Minnie Miller, 80; Elmo Beauchamp, 77. Tho first prizo wns given to Oda Rev. D. Dowden, who hns been pastor of Wnlnut Grove church forseveral yenrs Roberts for having tlio best nverago on Burdine Benuchump rebus resigned, us he has moved to Louis- deportment. ville, und has as many culls nearer homo ceived tlio prizo given for the highest as ho can fill; being reduced in strength number of hendninrks in the Second nnd henlth, it wns very trying on him to spelling class. Minnie Roberts curried come so fur. Wo nre sorry to lose him oft tho prize in tho Third spelling class. und fear it will bo difficult to find another All deserve credit for their untiring efwhom wo can love nnd find so faithful in forts to win these prizes. Emma A. Mosixky, Tkaciikii. tlio cause ns brother Dowden. Mny Ids wish "to be given strength to prench the Gospel until his dying duy" bo realized. AVc regret to learn of the death of J. 11. Head's wife, which occurred near Owensboro u few days ago. Since their If you havo mado up your mind to buy marriage six years ago, they have made Hood's SarsaparllU do not be Induced to take their home in our midst until a few any other.. Hood's 8arsaparIUa U a peculiar medicine, possessing, by vlrtuo of Its peculiar months ago, when we saw to our sorrow combination, proportion, and preparation, her health fulling. Shu expressed u desire curatlvo power superior to any other article. to visit her parents, near Owensboro. A Boston lady who knew what she wanted, Blnkey, ever rendy to grant tho slightest and whoso exaroplo Is worthy imitation, tells her cxperlenco below: wish of his beloved wife, took her nnd their two children to her parents, where they remained until her death. The tender sympathies of tho entire com" In ono storo whero I went to buy Ilood'a munity aro tendered to tho griof stricken Barsaparllla tho clerk tried to Induco mo buy husband and family in their sad bereave their own instead of Hood's; ho told mo thclr'a nient. would last longer; that I might tako It on ten days' trial; that It I did not ltko It I need not Jolly McAfee. M. S. Jolly nnd Miss pay anything, etc. Hut ho could not provall Suo McAfee were quietly married at tho on tne to change I told him I knew what residence of tho bride's undo, A. J. Keys, Hood's Barsaparllla wns. I had taken It, waa satisfied with It, and did not want any other. February 18th, 181)1, Rev. Clinton Argnbright ofilcinting. Tho bride was beautifully attired in cream colored handsomely trimmed. Tho groom When I began taking Hood's Barsaparllla wore tho conventional Buit of blnck. Tho I was feeling real mlserablo, suffering lnippy couple were preceded by J.M.Fitch a great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak und wife, of Clifton Mills. The bridal that at times I could hardly stand. I looked, and bad for somo time, llko a person in conparty loft immediately for Union Star, sumption. Hood's Barsaparllla aid mo so where tho newly married pair will mako much good that I wonder at myself sometimes, their future home, May peace, happiand my friends frequently speak of It." Mnsr. ness and prosierity attend them, nnd Ella. A. Gofp, ci Tcrraco Street, Boston. may they never for one moment sco ratisa to regret tho vows so solemly plighted, but their bark glido smoothly Sold by all druggist j. ft;tlxfor8S. Prepared only over tho ocean of lifo, with nover a gale by 0. 1, HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Maee, to mar tlio serenity of their way, is the IOO Doses Oji Dollar heartfelt wish of a friend. Beau-cham- Dee and Mary Pusey, sjwnt Sunday ut home. ' Mr. K. C. Crnycroft, of llig Spring, was in town last week. Miss Nellie Lewis is visiting Miss Eva Carrigan, nt Gustou. Dr. II. K. Pusey, of IxHiisvillc, was in town lost Tuesday. Mr. II. W. Herndon, of Louisville, was in town last week. Mr. Robt. McGlotlilun, of Irvington, was here last week. Judge W. P. 1). Bush, of Iuisville, was in town last Tuesday. Mr. A. M. McCracken, of Louisville, was in town lust Thursday. . Hon. David It. Murray, of Cloverport, attended court hero lust week. Mr. Hnwes, of Kansas City, was here last week visiting his daughter, Mrs. I). W. I.ewis. Mr. J. L. Talbot, of Elizubcthtown, spent several days of last week with friends here. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Rnwllngs left Saturday for Kansas City, where they will reside in tlio future. Messrs. David W. Fnirleigh nnd John C. Walker, of Louisville, were here attending court last week. Mr. L. G. Taylor was examined nnd grunted license to practice luw. He wns sworn in ns nn attorney at this bur. Some unknown parties entered the vacant house formerly occupied by Morgan Fontaine Friday night. Thoy went In by raising n window. Nothing wns taken from it. Constable O. F. Hutchison brought Joe C. Douglas up from Ilawcsville lust week and placed him in jail here. Ho is charged with shooting with intent to kill. Hon. L. C. Norman, Stnto Auditor nnd candidate for wns here Inst Wednesday. This is tlio first timo Mnj. Norman lias visited our county, but ho lias made n lnrge number of warm friends hero who will see that his interests tiro not neglected in the coining canvass. Sheriffs. P. Woolfolk urresled John McDonald and pluccd him in jail Saturday. McDonald .was sent to tho penitentiary from this placo about four years ago for a term of three years, upon the charge of having burned the CedarGrovo church. At thnl time there were two other indictments ngninst him, chnrging him with having set fire to tho Rock Ridgo church nnd school house. At the expiration of his term in tho penitentiary ho returned home, and for tho past yenr hns lived quietly with his mother, nbout six miles from here. Ho wns arrested under tho old indictments. Tho principal witness against him is John Bruce, who was lust week sentenced to the penitentiary for ten years. non are very sick. Miss Melissa McDnnlel returned from Henderson last week. Mr. Clifton Howard returned from' Henderson last week. Miss Neddie Hunter lias gone to Lcitchfield to nttend school. Mr. Will Dunn, of Lcitchfield, is visit-in- g his sister, Mrs. R. M. Parsons. Mr. Jos. Mattingly, of Irvington, has tukeit up his residence at this place. Uncle Bill Ijingloy drew a pension a few days ngo- - Ho is tho happiest man in town. Messrs. Ned Boas nnd Jim Cannon, of Lcitchfield, were visiting their father lost week. Work will begin on the now parsonage in a few days. Mr. M. M. Ilombnck is tho contractor. Mr. John Jarboo has purchased tho residence nnd farm of Mr. Frank Coomt s for $1,100 cash. Messrs. John Prewitt nnd Ed Crnig, of Check, Ky., were visiting Rev. A. N. Whittinghill lust week. Mr. Jasper Hall, of Louisville, is visiting relatives near this placo nfter nn of twenty-fiv- e years. La grippe is very fashionablo at present. There have been at least a hundred cases of it in the coinmunitj within tho Inst month. Miss Alico Dockcry, Mrs. Ola Galloway,' Mrs. Lnurn Parsons, Mr. Robert Parsons und several others are down with the "grip." Messrs. Roland Smith, of Hardinsburg, Willio Pool nnd Jnmes Bishop, of Louisville, George Mercer, of Rosettn, nnd Dr. Ben Harned, of Burns, were in town Inst week. A daughter of Mr. Win. Darnell wns frightfully burned a few days ngo. She wns standing in front of tlio fire when her dress caught und before help could reach her it was in a bluze. Her recovery is doubtful. nb-sen- Jhw evah dnuof tuo taht eht tseb ecalp READ THIS! Nehw uoy deeccus ni gnidaer siht uoy ofc yub ruoy semufrep, stniap, slio, sehsurb dna e'rup sgurd si ta eht gurd erots fo CLOVERPORT, JESSE To bo plain with you, wo want to say that wo have just bought a very large fitock of Paints, Oils and Brushes, and if it is Paints you want, and you will give us a call, wo will mako it interesting for you. JESSE W. OWEN. ......"' W. 8.00 same size " 88.50 " $4.00. as. KENTUCKY. ?. . f 1 .1 'j 'M s REDUCTION No. 3 No. I No. 1 No. 19 Oliver. " No. 20 No. A 1 " ! ''if South Bend Chill Plows to the Front Avery Steel Plows; 'Pdny CO. D.O. 3.00 reduced from 8 4.50 89.00 810.40 " $9.50 811.40 '" "" .. ' '. 0fc TJra Clippers. ,,, Give us there is no better. 810.00 reduced from 814.50. " , " So. 25810.00 813.50. and try our Plows and you will be convinced No. 5 v , J Ai i ,s t y ,,- rtj' 31 that, HENSLEY & JOLLY, L. D. ADDISON'S -- 'Si "O: -9 s Sheriff George Crawford, of Grayson, Farmers' and Mr. Cicero Cummings lust week Andrew McCullough, who wns working in timber for Hon. Lnfo Green nenr this place. He is wanted in IlliADDISON, KY. nois, where lie forged notes to the tho plare to buy SEWING MACHINE for amount of $3,000. Ho wns placed in Is tlio Lcitchfield jail to await a requisition leas money than I any other placo In the country The niHchlies sell are equal to any that from tlio Governor, when he will bo agents charge from $35 to $50 for: I guarantee them to be what I say or no trade. Agents tnken to the scene of his crime. will my the muchlno Is no account, because the large difference in our prices, but I figure on this as on everything 1 handle, cut It as low as it can bo cut. "My Motto" quick sales and small profit. Two drawer droplerf Blnger Sewing Machines low arm, with all attachments. $16,50 Five drawer dropleaf ginger Sewing Ma- cblnos, high arm, witb all ufachments $1U.50 Send me a check or the money by register letter, and I will ship you a machine to any part or the country. Respectfully, Supply House, HAbDixsmnta, Ky. - .1 "?W l h. --. L.D.ADDISON, Addison, Ky. ..-- . ' .' "New Store ! New Goods 5 '? ! W. E. MARTIN GROCERIES 'PICTURE FRAMES! 1 CABINETWORK ! Repairing of Furniture a Specialty. Picture Frames made to order. ' n Goods Delivered. Give me a Call Opposite M. Hamman's Furniture Store. ! Wl i SI -- A trf-- CLOVERPORT, KY. tl'1 J. II. Hickman', IWt. C. W. Huaxskoui), Vicc-Prea- 't. W. A. Knm:uT, Sci.it Mgr ' V V I' tBSBSVli MMMMMBBWrnfm jV yBBuian I J DnsBHHflHHBHKd'flBM (bbHbIbbbHHbHsbbbVBSh l "? Be Sure LI THE OWENSBORO." & To Get Material Workmanship Unsurpassed. Durability, Style & Finish Unequalled. Mamifucturcra of Wagons, Drays and Dump Carts. Capacity 25 wagons a day, with a rapidly growing trade- extending over eighteen Southern and Western States, ami wherever intoduced is universally considered the best wagon on the market. Foit Sai.k ky - BS-A.ie2- D c$5 Hood's HAP 3DI3STSBTJI3-- , KY. CO., LaJ E AND u J lcHft tl"HF V rl E IX mNHV I -- fp Zn'JmN Sarsaparilla NOTHING BUT PILES . CURESCERTAIN A SURE CUREKNOWN FQ 15 n THE BEST REMEDY FOR PREPARED BY RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R PIUS. YEARS Afc MED.CO.ST.LOOlS M0. 4 J. " fl " " ' l" ' "ff ' ' - '" - ;::, ers I?,'- S - Lfv rr-- c rv Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken J it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts gentlyyot 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 tnste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend 'it to all and have rondo it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leadinz druggists. Any reliable drugciut who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8AN FRANCISC ), CAU LOVISVIUE, Kf. NEW rove, N.f. ONE EJJVJOY PIBBOB HOTJSB A. S. ENGLISH, I'rop'r. CLOVERPORT, KY. li.coper day, Including Sample Room. Centrally located. Hoarding liv the week, including U-- Single Meal )Q cents. room and-be- Dr. J. Physician and Surgeon, Office over M. Clayton, D. HambUton'ti Saddlery and w. " Hartuts Store. CLOVERPORT. KY. Announcement. . FOR-TH- B LEGISLATURE. We are authorized"" to announce Mr. F. K. nilODKS.nsa candidate for the LtgUlnturc. Subject to the nctlon of the nemocr.itlc ptrtj. ?as' We are authorized to announce the lion. TICK JOLLY, u a cundidata for the LegUUtnre. Subject to tho action of the Democratic pirty, k, 0 tr--k Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAItY LOCAL . 25, 1891. S4" s BREVITIES. '3- - rJ J-I Don't read Jesso Owen's ad. Elegant line of neckwear. Super's. All size step ladders for sale. Sulzer's. All kind of seeds. Sulrer's. Northern Early Rose potatoes for sale by Bowiner & Hambleton. Do you want field seed of any kind? If so call on Bowiner & Hambleton. , For choice timothy bay call on Bow-m& Hambleton. White car corn for sale. Bow mer & Hambleton. JJom mer &. Hambleton is headquarters for molasses of all kinds. You will find choice eating potatoes at Bowmer & Hambleton's. Come to tho Bankrupt House for your flour, sugar, coffee, molasses, etc. Come to tho Bankrupt House for tobacco, cigars and confectioneries. See the new stylos of writing papor at Babbago's. Drawing tablets, 5 and 10 cents, at Babbago's. Don't forget tho horse collars cheap. Sulzer's. Ladies', misses' and children's hosiery in abundance. Sulzer's. . Miss Satterfleld will open a spring school in this city in April. For fresh bananas, apples, oranges, candy, etc., call at Martin's drug Btore. - A little child of Win. Cobb (colored), choked to death last Monda', while eatingji piece of cake. A large number of young ladies and gentlemen wero present at the skating rink Monday night. Tlaor J. T. Miller is having his hotel .building repaired and refitted, and he will open a hotel in the spring. Mr. Q. F. Coleman, of Grand Rapids, Mich., was tho guest of Mr. F. J. Ferry Monday. "Havo you tried tho new slido?" er $ &X k& ,. K1'. - ilM 'Je, "What? Whore?" ft." "Tho slide in hosiery at Sulzer's." A lot of horse collars, pads, etc. J will close' out at a bargain; see them. Sulzer's. Tho man or woman that is caught reading Jesso Owen's advertisement will be given a chroino. No. 7 doublo oven stove at $7.50, No. 7 coal cook stoves for $11, No. C. 0. Avery steel plows for $7, at J. I Miller's. Coino to tho Bankrupt House for your canned fruits, preserves, jellies, oranges, raisins, &c. Landreth's fresh garden seeds and onion sets for sale at Martin's drug store. , For bargains in puro and fresh drugs audmudicines, go to C. 0. Martin, practical druggist. Rev. W. 0, Brandon suffered n severe attack of pleurisy on Monday morning but is much improved. Dr. Charles Pnynter, of Lawroncoburg, Ky., brother of the late Dr. Walter B. Fayntor, is in tho city with a viow to locating here. Tho river nt this point last evening was rising at tho rato of one-hainch an hour. Reports from above indicate that it will eomo up about two feet moro, Which will bring it out of the banks here and over tho iron bridge, lf to ascertain their iews on tho subject of tho location of the1 State Capital, and also upon their preferences for n Democratic candidate for Governor. The follow ing arc tho opinions expressed in reply to tho queries of the Ni:ws : Mr. A. B. Skillman: I do not consider it n matter of great importance, nnd havo no strong predilections in any way, but think that it would not be advisable to remove the Capital to Louisville In spite of the plausiblo arguments to the contrary ,thc fact yet remains that tho Stato Legislature and administrative officers are subjected to a pressure of corrupting influences in largo cities that is not so muck felt in remote Capitals. This was the experience in Louisiana when the Don't Feel "Well. And yet you are not sick enough to Capital was at New Orleans, and it has consult a doctor, or you refrain from so been recognized by about half of the' doing for fear you will alarm yourself States in the Union, and has led to their and friends we will tell you just what maintaining their Capitals in small inI would rather favor tho you need. It is Hood's Sarsaparilla, terior cities. which will lift you out of that uncertain, building of tho new Capital in Lexinguncomfortable, dangerous condition, into ton, in order to gel it out of that hole n stato of good health, confidence nnd where it now stands at Frankfort. I feel You've no idea how soino hesitancy in expressing a prefercheerfulness. potent this peculiar medicine is in cases ence for a nominee for Governor thus early in the canvass, but just now I like yours. feel disposed to favor John Young Brow n. PERSONAL. Mr. L. G. Gregory: I would like to see L. V. Cliapin was in tho city Sunday. It is C. P. Babbage spent Sunday at homo. tho Capital removed to Louisville. the metropolis of tho State, and has betE. A. Kissam went to Louisville SuiKi I ter accommodations for tho Capital. day. am for P. Wat. Hardin for Governor. Fred Fraizo went to Louisville MonMr. Julius C. Nolte: Of course I am day. in favor of having tho Capital at LouisMrs. Dr. Smith is improving very rapville. I have always thought that Louisidly. , J. It. Dellaven went to Falls of Rough ville should bo tho Capital of tho State. I can not express any preference as beMonday. to Louisville tween the candidates for tho Democratic Mr.' P. S. Miller went' nomination for Governor. Monday. Mr. A. It. Fisher: I am in favor of reWm. Ramsey went to Hardinsburg moving the Capital to Louisville, and Monday. E. D. Clark, Cnnnelton, was in tho city would so vote. It w ould bo moro cpntral and easier of access. I think that the Saturday. Marshal Jordan went to Louisville argument that pernicious influences arc moro active and potent at tho metropolis Sunday. went to Stepbcnsport has little foundation in fact. Those who R.E.Moorman have an interest in corrupting the legisWednesday. lators, find tho remoteness of the Capital Wm. R. Pierce is at home for a few location at Frankfort no obstaclo whatdays visit. Mr. S. L. Sulzcr, Cannelton, was in tho ever. Yes, I am for John Young Brown, from tho first jump clear through to the city Saturday. Eugene Haynes, Stepbcnsport, was in Rocky Mountains. Mr. George W. Short : I have thought the city Sunday. Hiram Blair, Mattin'gly, has been for a long time that the Capital ought to granted a ponsion. be at Louisville, because Louisvillo is J. W. Board, Holt's Bottom, was in more accessible nnd better able to accommodate tho Legislature and other tho city Saturday. I am for John Leon McGavock, of Skillman, was in public assemblies. Young Brown for Governor. tho city last week. Dr. It. T. Dempster, of Rock Vale, was Dr. R. L. Newsom: My opinion would in the city last week. depend upon tho conditions upon which Mr. Samuel Davidson, of Fallsof Rough, the location at any of tho places menwas in the city Saturday. Tho buildings tioned would bo made. It. N. Miller went to llawesville Sun- nnd conduct of public affairs would probday, returning Monday. ably bo established upon a moro elaborMiss Addie G. Ditto, of Louisville, is ate and expensive scale at Louisvillo than visiting her sister, Mrs. J. D. Babbage. nt Fiankfort ; nnd if this should place an Young, of Morganfield, is tho increased burden of taxation upon tho Mrs. guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. B. Skill-mapeople of tho State, then I would bo opposed to removing tho Capital to LouisOrville Gregory has accepted a position ville. But if Louisvillo will furnish the as clerk down at the Short J.lne Rail- building site, nnd contribute enough to road. cover the increased exponso of maintainIt. II. Brashear, Owcnsboro, w'as among ing a metropolitan Capital, then I would tho passengers on tho cast bound train favor its location nt Louisville. I nm for Monday. John Young Brown for Governor. Phil. Gregory and wife, Louisville, Mr. D. Hambleton: I havo always visited friends and relatives in the city favored tho idea of locating the Capital last week. at Louisville. louisvillo is more conTom. Kendall, tho "boss gas driller," venient nnd suitable in every way. I am who is now nt Hardinsburg, was in tbo for Hon. P. Wat. Hardin for Governor. city Monday. Mr. F. Fraizo : I nm for it, hno always Dr. S. S. Watkins, of Owensboro, will locate hero in a few days for the practice beon for it. Let us hnvo tho Capital at Louisville by all means. Corruptionists of medicine. Mr. J. D. Hambleton, of Henderson, can operate at Frankfort just as well as passed through the city en route to at Louisville, nnd be less exposed to the scrutiny of tho reoplo and tho public Louisville. r. press. I am for John Young Brown Misses Rosa and Emma Riedel, of Holt's Bottom, are tho guests of Miss Mr. Alex Boyd : I would like for tho Lizzie Sutlers. Capital to come to Louisville. I havo Mrs. J. G. Stephens, Holt's Bottom, always wished to seo it removed there. and Mrs. W. E. Mlnoi, Addison, were in I nm for John Young Brown for Govertho city Friday. nor. Miss Lola Ilenly and Mrs. Jennie Mr. J. W. Voit : I nm strongly in favor Jabine went to Louisville Monday, re- of removing tho Capital to Louisville. turning yesterday. I take no stock in the argument that the Miss Emma Riedel, Of Point Pleasant, bad elements would exert more influence W. Va., arrived at Holt's Bottom last w eek upon the Legislature in Louisville than A capital in tho deserts of to visit her father and mother, Mr. and elsowhere. Africa would bo no moro exempt from Chas. Riedel. Mrs. than if it Capt. Rowland nnd wife, who have the lobyist and corruption wero in n great American city. been at Rosetta for tho past week, reMayor It. B. Pierce : Next to Clovcrturned homo yesterday accompanied by port, I think that the Capital should bo her sister, Mrs. Eliza Taylor. Squire Henry It. Dean, Rock Lick, was located at Louisvillo by all means. I nm in tho city Wednesday and Thursday. for John Young Brown for Governor. Mr. Amicl Ocle : I havo not thought Ho says thcou tlook for tho farmers is better this year than for many years. about tbo matter, but it seems to me that Wheat, clover and grass look well and tbo first consideration is, not so much a tho stock is in fine condition. There is location near tho geographical center of no reason, said he, why the farmers the State, as a location having tho greatest facilities for reaching it from all parts hould not mako inonoy this year. of tho Stato. Louisville, I believe, has The Sago of Seguin. this advantage. I nm for John Young Austin, Toxas, August 8, 1885. Brown for Goernor, becauso ho is a To Ma. A. K. Hawkes Dear Sir : It good Democrat and a Western, man. gives mc pleasure to say that I have been using your, glasses for soire time past with much satisfaction. For clearness, softness and for all purposes intended, tboyure not surpassed by any that I havo ever worn. I would recommend them to all who want a superior glass. I am very, respectfully yours, n. Mr. J. II. Moorman, assessor for this district, slates that there was a mistako in the appraisement of the property of Mr. A. R. Fisher. The amount should have been $7,500, instead of $750. Mr. John Gregory, Sr., of this city, celebrated his 82d birthday last Monday. It was the occasion of a reunion of his family, and quite a pleasant time wus had, Mr. Gregory was born Feby. 2Ikl, 1801), and came to this city in 1830, where he lias held a continuous residence up to this time. He is still enjoying good health, and has reared a largo family. An elegant dinner was served, nnd there were present Mr. J. II. Steel nnd wife, Mr. Chris Swigert, wife and children, Mr. Robert Batt, wife and children, Mrs. John Kciser, Mr L. G. Gregory nnd family, Mr. J. D. Gregory and family, Mr. Geo. Gregory and wife, Mr. Phillip Gregory and wifo, Rev. W. C. Penrod and Mr. John I). Babbagc. His immediate family, including his brothers and sisters and their families, number some eighty odd, and it was expected that all of them would bo present, but quite a number were kept away. THE CAPITAL REMOVAL THE NEXT GOVERNOR. AMD LOUISVILLE AND JOHN YOUNG BROWN LARGELY IN THE LEAD. Going Fast Uut wo still hnvo an ninplo stock to select from. It will pay you well to come to our store and buy n Suit or Overcoat for yourself or son at tho "no profit" prices now ruling with us, even though you have no immediate- uso for it. Our new Spring stock, which wc arc now manufacturing, is crowding us for room. Come now and select coods extremely cheap. Winter i What Some of Our Leading- Citizens Have to Say on the Subject - n number A representative of the News called on of our prominent men Monday, rl" 17 "loJo 1 t - J Spring Overcoats We have over & Co., Como and see our magnificent new stock. They are beautiful and cheap. Julius Winter "Old Itelinblo Clothers," COll. THIRD and MARKET, 2000 From Pairs Hose LOUISVILLE, KY. 5 c. up, To sell. Mr. W. II. Bowmer: My first choice for tho location of the State Capital would, bo Owcnsboro. My second, Louisville. I do not think that corruptionists would ply their trado to any greater advantage John in Louisville than at Frankfort. Young Brown is my first choico for Governor, and P. Wat Hardin my second. Mr. J. L. Miller: I havo not thought of the Capital removal question much, I have but believe I favor Louisville. no choice ns between tho candidates for the Democratic nomination. Mr. It. D. Witt: 1 have never thought of tho matter enough to form a decided opinion, but will say that Louisvillo seems to have tho advantago in the way of inducements for tho Capital location I know very little of the men now spok en of in connection with tho Democratic nomination for Governor, but know that John Young Brown is a thorough Democrat, and believe I favor him. Mr. Thomas Tousoy : I believe that tho Cnpital ought to bo removed to Louisville, but would rather see it remain nt Frankfort than removed to any other plncc than Louisvillo. 1 am for Jonn Young Brown all over. Mr. F. N. D'Huy: I would like to see tho Cnpital removed to Louisville and John Young Brown nominated nnd elected Governor. Judge John Allen Murray: The Constitutional Convention, being soereigii, may direct tho Capital of tho State to bo located where it chooses, but the present Convention will never exerciso thnt power. The matter will then devolve upon the State Legislature, and enough votes to removo the Cnpital from its present location and establish it in nny given So, in my place can never bo hnd. mind, there is no such question as that of Capital removal now seriously to be considered The only real question is, when and how tho people can over get into a position to bo able to constiuct a I do not desire new Cnpital building. now to express n preference for any one to bo nominated for Governor. Hon. It. It. Picrco: I nm opposed to tbo project for removing tho Capital. It ought to remain at Frankfort. I nm for John Young Brown for Governor." HambletonHouse HARDINSBURG, KY. BOIN G SULZER'S ,' "U.J. ts TURPIN, - Proprietor, sws't This house is now open for business. It hns been thoroughly overhauled, repaired nnd refurnished s throughout and is now in condition. Wc solicit the traveling public to give us a call. Rates reasonable. B. G. TURPIN, Prop'r. first-clas- v' 1 VsrfMir , ''i ? tnijt vmms(Bmi&wmmmMmfflE FREE TO ALL.j Cabilo7U3 of PUntj, 2S Bulbs Vines, Shrubs, g Treet, Small Fruits, Crape V'nes, Seeds. Fvergrtens, eta, wlllS bo mailed Free to nil X. applicants ; SO pages 3S nnd 4000 varieties of . .n '"' it w. g cnuimciion unaramccu. Address, BE 35 Greenhouses; 30 acrox. BE Our New Illustrated Plnnt tttn 3 j 3C as 36 You Must Appeal to your NANZ & NEUNER, Louisville, Ky. Since it is a self evident fact that you must Eat to Live, or Live to Eat, wo desiro to present to your economical consideration our complete stock of Eat! G-ood- fBp fl$GStfAfCGGS Send j our Order to m We can pleite you $2 0npt. X0 pe I3 APPCCIALTYtj T?i snd for circularise 26 ERDMAN BROS. Louisville, Ky sm and Careful Selection, Reasonable Prices, Pure : GENERAL GROCERIES, McElree's Wine of Cardul aro for sale by tho following merchants in T THEDFORD'S Eeason -:- - Pocket -:- - Health :- KY. Breckenridge County : O. W. Short, Cloverport. Brnshcar A Lay, Stephenaport. E. E. M00EMAN. Brockenridgc News Building, CLOVERP.ORT, A MAN Will WANTED I and two or three other counties. We want to employ a lire energetic man to act as our agent and rquad manager, In this Alexander's Hotel, Seventh and Market Streets, Pay $75.00 per Month to a suttablo party. Applicant will be required to giro a bond for f30U, and furnish a good horse and bugiry. No one need apply who cannot comply with Louisville, - - - Kei-Ltuclvt- j. this requirement. Address with references, stating ngo and former employment, Tho Southwestern Pub. House, 153 & 155 Spruce Street, NASHVILLE, TENN. BEWLEYVILLE. Now goods at the Cash Store. Tho roads are generally discussed. Mr. A. Taylor, of Rosetta, was in town Saturday. Mr. W. J. Piggott went to Henderson Thursday Mr. Edward Smith, of Ekron, was in town Saturday. All kinds men's and boy's clothing nt tho Cash Store for cost. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bennett spent Inst week in tho city shopping. .Sheriff Severs was in town Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Misses Clara Jordan nnd Mary Snyder returned Friday from n visit to Sample. Mr. II. W. Drury spent last wcok in tho city purchasing a new stock for tho Cash btore. Tho ladies should call at onco nt tho Cash Store nnd seo tho choico lot of prints, ginghams, etc., just received. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alonzo Moorman, of Brandenburg, nnd Mr. Leo Yato, of Louisvillo, wero the guests of Mr. ami Mrs. C. II. Drury last week. Miss Lucie Frank returned Thursday from a visit of somo length to Dr. nnd Mrs. G. Parker, of McKinnoy, Texas. was hastened by her Miss Fnink'sj-cturfailing health. Dr. 13. It. Pennington, of Owensboro, spent several days of tho past week with his friends here. It is several years sinco bo was in his old home town, but bo found, and always will find, a hearty welcome from his numerous friends. New goods nt tho Cash Store. Now is the timo and this is tho plnco to como if you want to get them at bottom prices. Come nnd seo tho goods nnd learn tho prices, I could publish n prico list, but thnt poor fellow over at Hampton might tako a fit when ho saw how low goods can be sold, when sold exclusively for cash or produce. Judging from thojmces thnt he lias been sending out the Cash would guess ho bought his goods nt somo retail credit house. He shows n littlo tact when ho buys eggs at 2 cents a dozen ovor what ho knows ho wlllgetfor them, but oven that looks mighty tliin to an intelligent person who rends tho papers. They know what you will get for them and know that you are moro than getting it back with your high prices. Your paying cash for n few dozen occasionally makes tho disguiso a little thicker, but oven thnt won't sorvo to cover your tracks. It would tako n mighty hardhearted old miser to take your money when ho saw how it hurt you to givo it up. Cash Store. AComliCeaV0 POCKET AI.MAWAO ntld MKMOKAN DOM HOOK OUvCrtlllnjr HllOWWH IKON BlTrKIW "I """ KOIiernl torM. An For Sale. Hither of our Stallions Brown's McQuald, a highly bred trotter or Happy Thought, a combined bred horse. Both young and sound. Adilren Jah O. Stkpiiens, Sr., or Having sold out our entire interest in tbo liotcl on Jeflerbon struct, mo have removed to our old stand tiiat mo occupied for years so successfully nt Seventh and Market streets, aro now fitting it up in elegant shape new- - throughout, nnd the outfit in every May Mill be elegant, including ono of Hale's Safety Passenger and Baggage Elevators Mitb nil the late improvements. "Wo want all of our old friends to come nnd see us in our old home. "Wc o you that our Itooms, Tnblo nnd Service shall bo second to pone in the land. My wife, Mrs. Jo. H. Alexander, wants to bo remembered to all her lady friends and she m ill be glad to hoc them and give them n hearty reception. FARE $2.00 PER DAY. pro-mis- J. O, STkPHFNS, Jr. JO. B. ALEXANDER, Manager. Holt, Ky. Valuable Farm for Sale! FIELD - SEEDS : ! Wo havo in stock tho following Seeds, all of which arc strictly pure Containing 300 acres. 200 acres cleared , 100 in lino timber, situat- ORCHARD GRASS, NORTHERN OATS, ed on tho Hardinsburg and Clovor-poSAPLIN CLOVER, RED CLOVER, Turnpike, two miles West of rt Hardinsburg and eight miles East of Cloverport. Forty acres sown in wheat, forty acres good corn ground, and twenty acres for oats, ten acres for tobacco, tho remainder in grass. Improvements, one dwelling and two tenant houses, two barns, and well supplied with water tho year round, two orchards, ono bearing, "Wc TIMOTHY, RED TOP, MILLET. aro offering Red Top at the following lpw figures for this week - 47 1-- 2 cents per bushel. ! ' w Wc , We arc glad that we can announce to tho public the BIG REDUCTION OLIVER CHILL n. v. That the Plow Factories have made in all their grades of Plows.. the other just set out. aro able to sell you the This is a splendid farm and well suited for raising stock. Will bo sold at a low prico snd on reasonable terms. For further particulars At a rcduciion of Sl.fiO on tM'o horse ploM-s- , and a reduction of $2.00 on address J. T. ROBARDS, the two horse Hardinsburg, Ky. Printers' Ink A JOURNAL AVERY PLOWS. If you want the best Steel Ream plow in the world, buy tho RpYAl FOR ADVERTISERS. John I ma and, Ex-G- o v. of Tfpcas. All oyes fitted and fit guaranteed by G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky. Dentistry. Dr. W. B. White, Dentist, Louisville, Ky., will bo in Clovcrport, tho 7, 8, and 9th of March, 1891, to practice his profession. Decaying teeth treated, filled and saved. Artificial Dentures made in tho most approved style, .Artificial Absolutely Pure. crowns of gold or porcelain inserted on A cream of tartar baking powder. natural roots. Prices reasonable. Rooms Highest of all in leavening strength. 17, S. Goivrnment Report, Aug, 17, 1889. nt Nxpper. Hotel POWDER An brekM doitn Many Persons Browh's Ire Bitters iwbuUdi th y m, kid 4ml0A, nmovm mc Morui,MduriMlm. (HttlMiwiuliM. from overwork or household Is Issued weekly, and is the representative Journal the trade journal of American advertisers. It Indicates to the Inexperienced adver tlser how, when, and where he should adret Use; how to write an advertisement; bow display one; what newspapers to use; how much money to expend in fact, discourses on every point that admits of profitable .discussion. Advertising Is an art practiced by many but understood by few. Tho conductors of Printers' Ink understand it, and their advice Is based on an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e years In placing adlerttsetng oontraoti for many of the largest and most successful advertisers. A year's subscription costs but two dollars : sen-pi- e copies Free. Address: QE0. P. R0WKLl.it CO., Newspaper Advertising Kcisau, 10 BRINLEY. When the time comes we will he in tho market with tho highest grado of Fortiluors. The Cincinnati Desiccating Co., Pure Bone Fertilizers. B. F. BEARD & CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. Spruce St., New York. fry? v ! ffF' ajl- ;gy yy-- - - Tnfcum wiilftniTTunurT fjJTTT ntffttihiraiw i mtiintfiraaa ' '"- - - " "TiTT TTii --- .r.-- . --, i i A- - : . ern Medical society. Saturday evening, Master Albert Vomer IVurcIi, of Fort McPherron, wns unanimously elected to honorary membership in that orgnniza-tion- , as- the 3 oungest medical ntudont known to the profession. Dr. J, E. Price, of Virginia, president to live long. Theodore Moscley, 00,:i7 ; Katio Crawof the society, who introduced this A protracted meeting, conducted by ford, 119,28 Blanche Moscley, 09,2 ; Ixsna young gentleman, stated that though Bro. Crandell nnd others, began at our Payne, 99,14; Jimmy Crawford, 98,87; ho had barely u.tuiued thu ago of 5 Ida .Tarrett, 98,71 : Helen D. Brashear, years, he was possessed of n knowledge church Sunday. Laruo Barkloy, 99,0(1; Mitta of mmtomy, especially of osteology, Departures from town: Miss Carrio 98,00; McCubbins, 93.23 ; Boy McMllleti; 1)7,8; equal to that of many graduates of medMeyer for tho Ilardlnsburg school nnd Herman Lay, 97,59; Zelma Lay, 9!J,0; icine. Messrs. Pile nnd Tucker for Kansas. In his exhibition before tho socioty Floyd Miller, 97,3.'! ; Albert McKnughan, Arrivals in town: Messrs. Pile and 90,42 ; Delia. Perrigo, 05,03; Phillip Flood, the child was nblc, not only to give tho Tucker direct from Knnsas, Joel II. Pile 94,0; John Jarrett, 94; Fannio McCoy, technical and scientific names of each of the two hundred nnd odd bones of tho from his school nt Stcphcnsport, and 04 ; Beatrice Madison, 92,8; Brown hmnnn skeleton, but to describe their entitled diirrussfoti Mr. who was born to tho Tucker, 92,00; Daisy Sargent, 83,5; vnrious functions, divisions, tuberosities, , Tl'h KATK OF NASSAU. wife of Winfleld Tucker on tho 11th. t, Mrs. John S. Lightfoot, tlic mother of Allio Payne, 91,00 ; Addle McCoy, 8:1. Bulit ,Nn tubercles, otc. in quits liU caravan, 'A hiuy ino.iiitulti Krot to scan; Dr. Moscley, of Hordinsburg, is Mrs. Mary Gabbeit, Dr. J. F. nnd Nothing but honest work lias made Tho littlo fellow prefers to amuse him t t Ctliiibn i'lZiy rock to spy tils way, his practice to our own Charles E. Lightfoot nnd Mrs. Addle sucli records for theso pupils, and I nm self by fitting together and ndjusting Dotli'tnx iiltKiliU lint far doth stray. and is rapidly establishing for justly proud of them. Other nnmes tho bones of tho human body (of which Dowden, was noted for her hospitality Not vork of man nor sport of child i in that in.izy wild: generally, nnd for entertaining prench-er- a 'himself n place in tho confidence of our would hnvo lengthened the list had m t he bus been presented it cemplcto sot) to Hurt Nuu-playing with blocks, drums and whistles, Ijix iniuH III Joint, limbs toll in vaid nnd 'people. especinlly, wns work or accident kept somu pupils ot t and delights in tincing on anatomical nly wUht' Why ilkUt thou quit that plain f generous, ever rtndy to help tho needy, Lovers of entertaining books of travel of school a fow days. Tho best reciting charts and cuts tho vnrious blood vessels Valuly tor miccor Njjkoii call. and enjoyed tho respect of the communmny begin to congratulntc themselves for tho month wm done by the manly of the human nnatomy rather than Knnwi .I.Lili that thy Nassau falls; wnlf and fox may joy that in a short time a work will be is- littlo Itoy Brashear while it was possible amusing himself with picture books. ity at large. ,l)ut To quarry i tliy Arab boy. sued by the coming nutliors, Messrs. Gil- for him to bo with us. lie doubtless He intelligently listens to nnd nppreci-nte- s St, LouIh Hepubllc. u scientific lecture on nnatomy Of others who performed well their bert Pile and Clint. Tucker. It is con- would have headed thu list had ho not part nnd have gone to their reward, may jointly written, nnd very entertainingly been confined by a serious hatchet wound whilo scorning Mother Goose's melodies, "Those who nro not quito satisfied are to his room for u week or more. MihS an.il chooses his friends and acquaintthu benefactors of tiio world," nnd to bo mentioned. Mrs. Wright, tho mother tells of a portion of tho great AVcst. ances nmOng physicians and medical of your bookseller for "Knnsas cs Ada Hanks, tho competent young Indy students rather than from children of tlielo we wisli to give good advice. Use of Mrs. GofT, Mrs. John Murray, Mrs. Seen by Two Kentuckinns." who will tench the spring term here, was his own ngc. Atlanta Constitution. Old Saul's Catarrh Cure, when troubled Overton, Mrs. Margaret Scott. comes homo from Stephens-por- t unavoidably absent n number of days, uitii influenza or catarrh. Joel Pilo Dr. Acker's English Fills of her name. Of those yet living are Mrs. Mcl'her-son-, well pleased with his school there, henco tho For all tho ailments of small children Mrs. Delia Fisher, Mrs. Geo. II. hud in tho most commendable terms Vestcr Parr, a boy who deserves honoi-abl- o Aro active, effective nnd pure. For sick there is no better remedy than Dr. Bull's mention, was so often obliged to be headache, disordered stomach, loss of Gregory, Mrs. Skillman, the mother of il6cs lie speak of tho pupils lately undir llaby Syrup. absent that he. lost an otherwise cnviablo appetite, bad complexion and biliousA. B. and Jns. T. Skillman, Mrs. . his instruction. After n few days spent ness, they have never been equaled, Mrs. P. V. Duncan, nnd Mrs. ai home ho will leave for school, where place among the best. ' REMINISCENCES. ""Mention this paper. No ono has done more than Brown either in America or nbtoad. For Sulo Judge Babbage, the estimable mother of his studies will be vigorously prose McCubbins in the way of making a by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and nV A.V J. 1). lSabbagc, llio enterprising mer- cuted. ? wonderful improvement. Opportunity Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. chant and publisher of the Buf.cke.v-kiixi- e One of the most brilliant affairs in our No. II. and application will give him n place News, thu best weekly in thu A Moott'tl l'ruiiunclatlon. Our reminiscences, though covering n country. It may bo said, however, that community for a long while was the with the best wherever ho mny be. The choiHB "O ho to. i li ri cadnl gn marriage, on the 5th, of Mr. Oscar Alexconsideraijle length of time nnd touch- Mrs. B. is quite young for her years, nnd Miss Helen Brashear, the hardnst student lo' in Sir Walter Scott's poem "Tho Luling uioh mnny things of more or less in- enjoys, to nn unusual degree, visiting ander to Miss Moliio Pile. Years ngo hero, hns done exceedingly well. laby of an lufaut Chief" means, freely when n mere boy ho began to visit ti.o terest (less perhaps to most of our read- among her children, Throughout the entire term she lias car- translated, "Bye, bye, lullaby, sleep till relatives nnd ers), do not comprise fully by any friends. Indeed, it is not intended to then "littlo girl of his choice." Theirs ried more studies than nny other ono in tho morn." Tho pronunciation is, "Ohoro, was n long courtship, nnd wns happily erere, cawdlegnlnw;" ut least, bo say two means the various subjects that might class nil ns being very old. school. When we consider this nnd reScotch women, members of my houseterminated in tho presence of n lnrge bo .brought out, yet it may servo to retoo her loss of n kind and lov- hold, who are direct fro'j tho highlands number of friends nt the homo of the member fresh the memory somewhat in its retroJinny well remembered nnines o( old bride, where many ndmiring friends able father, wo sec no cause for wonder- of Scotland, and who daily speak tho Gaespection of the long past. ing why sho has not headed tho list nnd lic in preference totho English language. Indies nil over the county occur to the gave as many congratulations and alCor. Boston Transcript. writer, from whom he has been the re most ns mnny benutiful nnd useful pres- borno away ono of tho prizes, as is her Wli!le duo prominence has been givcipient of much kindness, and who ents. A bountifully londed tabic of custom. It is not in color only that domestien to many of tho men who have fig- were conspicuous for filling full tho Of the four prizes offered, two for the cated c its differ widely. There is tho ured upon the theater of action here, measure of duties assigned them in good things awaited the guests nt the best spelling und two for the best recitaO JTi rKSZyi L&2F CA VVO--- i IV fenst-inj- r gloved cat of Nubia, tho Chinese cat tho loilies thu old women, as we are their "day and generation;" but to homo of the groom's father. After tions, Theodore Moselcy wins two; how- with curs turne 1 down instead of up, roynlly tho nowly mndo husband and wont to calj them have Imjcii referred mention Mrs. Capt. Jack Webb, Mrs. ever, wo have made one, a gold medal tho twisted tail cat of Madagascar, the to occasionally, but not to tho extent Capt. Joe Hobards, Mrs. Jesso Moor wife bade adieu to thoso assembled and with "first honors," sufllcc. It was rich- short, truncated tail cat of tho Malay that should characterize any attempt, man, IHrs. T. Li. uwen, .Mrs. bumner left for their homo nt Custer. Mny ly deserved. Archipelago, ami tho entirely tailless however feeble, to portrny tho times and Dean, Mrs. Winston Lowry, Mrs. Kich-ar- d many years of unclouded happiness be Katie Crawford won a medal for recit- cat of tho Isle of Man. the future's store for theso happy young ndventure8 of a period around which Carter, Mrs. Miller and a host of ing more perfect lessons than any of tho Do Not Suffer Any Longer. memory clings with a tenacity that will others, would still leave many equally people, is tho wish of nll'thcir friends, nnd in this wish no one joins more others, whilo Addio McCoy won tho othKnowing that a cough can bo checked not let go. kind unnoticed, but not forgotten, nnd heartily er one in spelling. Interesting competithan does Tattleh. in a day, and tho first stages of consumpomitted by nnmo for want of space alone. tion for tho prizes placed several with tion broken in a week, we hereby guaran01 these denr old Indies, "mothers in It's sometimes said patent medicines lessons almost ns good ns the best prize tee Dr. Acker's English Cough Hemedy, Israel," how shall wo write and what Hardin.sburg was, in tho times of winners. Eddie Payne, Lena Payne, and will refund tho money to all who names shnll wo mention, or rather, who which we write, famous as the homo of are for tho ignorant. Tbo doctors foster Jimmy Crawford, Helen Brashear and this idea. "The people," we're told, buy, tako it as per directions, and do can bo omitted without doing violence a number of old or elderly ladies, who others mnde the contest n close one. not find our statement correct. For to our feelings? Who hits not sat mute moulded tho characters of children and "are mostly ignorant when it comes to Others whoso names nro not here Suppose they nro! Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., with delight ns mnny of these have grandchildren following after them upon medicnl science." prominent nnd honornblo menpoured forth words of wisdom, of advice, the stage of action, leaving indelibly im- What n sick man needs is not know- tion. Herman Lay and Floyd Miller nro and AVitt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. of warning, until they proved a benedic- pressed upon them pure thoughts and ledge, but a cure, nnd tho medicine thnt two boys too deserving of mention to tion, and from which were drawn inspi- holy nffections. Living their ullotted cures is the inedicino for the sick. Dr. hnvo their names omitted. LoUfsville. St.Louls & Texas R R. Co. rations to guide, to bless, to point with time on earth, faithfully discharging ev- Pierce's Golilen Medicnl Discovery cures The pupils nil I can truthfully comunerring certainty to some o vent in the ery duty assigned them in their sphere tho "do believes" nnd the "don't To cloan tombstones. To renew To renovate paint. To brighten metals. There's no hesitance about.it, mend to my successor ns being honest, To polish knives. To scrub floors. history of our lives when theso lessons of action, most of these have passed To wash out sinks. To scour bath-tubindustrious, persevering nnd kind. They To clean dlshss. To whiten marble. To remove rust. To scour kettles. should loom tip in our pathway to cheer away, leaving behind them names that no "if" nor "possibly." It says "I can nre the most industrious, truthful und Talclni; i:rft!ct us in our despondency, to subdue our will ever be remembered and life records euro you, only do as I direct." Perhaps obedient children that I have ever met. EVERYBODY USES IT. it mils occasionally. The makers hear A, H Sundaj,No7.30. , 1990 Dnllit to clean fain tettta, Xngineers to cleaa parti of machine!. nometnalds to scrnb msrble floors. eil propensities, and to make us better worthy to be emulated. With mnny regrets do we break up our At 5:00 o'clck i to polish thtlrlnstniments. Ministers to renorato old chapels. Chemlits to remove soma stains. of it when it does, because they never men and better women than we should e ConfectlODcrs toicourthtlrpam, Sextons to clean the tombstones; pleasant school associations nt the little Wat Bound Train Carrers to sbsrpen their knifes. Ennt Bound Train keep tho money when tho inedicino fails Utcbiolcs to brtjhtcn their tools, have been but for having imbibed such Hostlers on braises aDd whtto horses. Shrewd ones to scour oU straw hats Of these wo may note Aunt Peggy Alof 52 Cooke to clean the kitchen link. 6l Artists to clean their pslsttes. . Soldiers to brighten their arms, to do good. Suppose tho doctors went town Stephensport. Rl w precepts and such examples? Mull A Mull & Painters to clean oOTaurfacet. Wheelmin to clean bkjeles. len, Mrs. Huston, Mrs. Judge Kincheloo, on ivvtiorstors to clesn carpets. Joel II. Pile. Teacher. Expr's Expr's STATIONS Expr's Expr's that principle. (Wo beg the doctors' Mis. Peyton, Mrs. Charles Hanibleton, EVERY ONE FINDS A NEW USE. pardon. It wouldn't do !) Daily Dally Dally Dally In the .State of Virginia, in a lonely Mrs. McClarty, Mrs. Lightfoot, Mrs. That Terrible Cough B 25pm 8 (Kim Iv.Un'n Dp'Uar 1 05pm 9 05pm Choking, sneezing and every other graveyard in tho country, lie the re- Taylor, Mrs. Calhoun, Mrs. Singleton, 12 50 820 KCntUCK) SI. HSU U4U form of catarrh in tho head, is radically In thu morning, hurried or difficult 7 20 mains of tho sainted mother of tho Mrs. Jennings, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Hens-le1210 West l'olnt 900 810 12 07pm Howard 805 903 Sagcs's Catarrh Remedy. breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in 7 25 writer. Living still on the old place, Hock Haven 7 45 920 UMim 745 Mrs. Eskridge, Mrs. Itushcr, Mrs. cured by Dr. 7 35 927 ! Loiik Ilranch 1143 keeping vigil, ns it were, over that Hughes, Mrs. Williamson Cox, Mrs. Fifty cents. Sold by druggists every- tho client, quickned pulse, chillness in 755 7 20 ilrandenburir 1131 937 tho evening or sweats at night, all orany 8 01 grave, are two of his sisters, botli now in Seaton, Mrs. Sam Board, Mrs. Nathan where. 8(17 7 22 9 40 Meade Springs 1130 of theso things nro tho first stages of con1121 9 40 710 Ekron 811 old uge, and lovingly do they remember Board. 1110 Gtitton 707 954 On Nov. 14, 1804, Gen. Sherman, in sumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough 8 22 10 03 1107 8 30 Irington 058 their brother here, the threo constitutyWtl Vfltfj 1058 vfHv 0 49 Webster 839 1012 violation of the rules of civilized war- Remedy will cure these fearful symptoms ing the one-ha10 20 1051 of six little children 0 41 I.odlburg 8 47 Ofthosoyet living are Jlrs. Sue Cox, fare, burned tho Furniture in 1027 1042 unprotected city of At- and is sold under n positive guarantee 861) 030 left to a widowed mother to care for. Mrs. Perk. Kineheloe, Mrs. T. M. Miller, 10 Sl.n.plc 1030 024 lanta nnd marched to the sen 250 miles by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., nnd 9 02 10 30 41 Stephensport 1020 015 010 endless varieMrs. Smith, Mrs. Daniel, Mrs. Gardner. 1U21 Audibuu 104'J. 009 916 away by Dec. 10, burning nnd destroyWitt & Mendor, Ilnrdinsburg, Ky, Far from Cloverport ' now nro some Others doubtless merit notice, but all 1018 Holt 1052 008 9 19 ty. I am now ing everything in his track. Helpless 1003 5 51 Cloverport 1100 9 3J whose mothers nro buried here, and may not be named here. Shops 1114 955 5 U 940 women and children were made home9 44 5 31 hack at iny old 1120 Skillman A 9 52 for WiiHlilnKtiin In In; these grownup children avail them932 6 21 1137 Hawesillc less on the verge of winter, the means of It is more than probable that Mr. lout Cease your coughing nnd enjoy refreshselves of every favorable opportunity to 10 08 923 1141 Tetric 512 stand and reKalcon 917 1151 505 make a pilgrimage to the shrine of their ing slumber, which Dr. Bull's Cough sustaining life was taken from them George William Curtis' sug;;estion thnt 10 14 Caycc 913 6 01 1150im 1017 and a whole section of the already bleed- a statue of Washington Irving be urocted 1023 spectfully solicit 12 03pm 900 455 Lowisport iflcution to thu grave of a devoted Syrup will insure you. 8 47 in Central park will soon be acted on in 1041 1221 438 I'owers ing South was devastated and impovermother. Others whose parent are old 8 32 4 25 the patronage of 1235 l'ates 1055 "Are you going to the races?" "Yes, ished. Sherman is" ono of tho three n yery practical way. Two or three 1100 12 45 17 Owensboro 82 4 0'. nnd Infirm, lllled with emotions of filial and bet on the winner." "Not on tho 4 members of tho chamber of commerce 1118 1259 8 08 Mattlngly the public. Union generals w ho adopted tho meth759 3 50 Stanley 107 love, which must ever find a lodgement lmndKomo haye interested themselves in tho mat- 1120 Abdullah, ho is lame. ods of 3 40 ' Worthfnirtnn 7 47 117 1137 barbarians in making war, and ter, nnd tlioy hnvo in tho heart, show on every suitable oc- "Didn't you know?" "I'll whisper in Snottsvllle the means and the in- 1155 728 331 137 strange to Bay theso three have outlived fluence to make any enterprise that they 12 05pm 140 719 3 23 Ilaskctts casion how deeply rooted those feelings your car, he'll win. Thoy're using Salva12 20am 2 00pm ar.IIenilcrs'n Iv 7lfinn 310pm nil of tho really great nnd good soldiers mny tako hold of successful. It is probnro tion Oil." like Grant, Hancock and McClellnn. able that n committee will soon bo organThe people of tho South cannot bo cen- ized to give the project definite form, Resolutions. Uut ties ol consanguinity nre not nil and there is scarcely n th it a fund At n meeting of Hushing Lodge No. sured if they refuso to shed tears oyer of $30,000 or $10,000 doubtbe raised itit bind, in somu thu milk of human Honest Goods. Fair Dealing. Ilonefat Price.". will in tho death of Gen. Sherman. Hopki'ns-vill- o kindness extends to nil. especially to 112, I. 0. 0. F., hold Feb. 5th, Itev. E. short order 111110113 tho members of tho Kcntuckinn. thos'j in need or in distress. Of such II. Morrison and Thos. Tenro were chamber of commerce. The great stntue of Washington in front of tho a committee to draft suitable may bo mentioned .Mrs. Oglesby, who Happy Hoosiers. was paid for und erected by You will find died several years since, whoso kindness resolutions on tho deatli of Dr. II. A. Wm. Timmons, Postmaster of Idaville, members of tho chamber of commerce, and generosity fed tho hungry, relieved Ditto, who had long been a most useful who the wants of many, oven ministering to nnd faithful member of this lodge. Thu Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters lias done fnct, raised $35,000 without nn effort. In ono man and ho is now interested mora for mo than all other inedicino comtho suffering; shu was not less social committee rejiorted tho following, which OF bined, for that bad feeling arising from in the proposed Irving statue wanted to wero unanimously adopted : nnd friendly in nil the relations of life. Kidney and Liver trouble." John Leslie, pay tho whole bill, but his fellow memAnd rcceivo for One year tho e It having pleased tho Father bers would not allow him to do 60. to remove from our midst our beloved farmer and stockman of same place says : New York Times. -- AND Thu life of Airs. Esther IJ. Allen, reOf all kinds and Prices. "Find Electric Bitters to bo the best membered by mnny, wasn shining ex- brother, II. A. Ditto, who has been unitTho Vunoiulto Hill. Kidney and Liver medicine, makes mo ample of devotion to children, n warm ed with this lodgo for many years, nnd BOTH FOH $2.50. The proposed Yosemito national park feel like a new man." J. W. Gardner, for all relatives and kindness of who was a true Odd Fellow and Chrisheart Capital Stock $25,000. has becomo n reality by the enactment At tho Head hardware merchant, same town, says.' disposition generally, especially solicit- tian, it is resolved, of Gen. Vnndever's bill. Dy this result of Young People's Magazines. D. F. 11KARD, President. 1. That in the death of Bro. Ditto our Electric Bitters is just tho thing font mnn not only an important addition U mado ous for the welfare of her son, John W. who is all run down and don't caro whethWILL MILLER, to tho area of wonderful scenery reservAllen, whoso widow nnd children resido lodgo hns lost ono of its brightest lights Of Every Description. M. 11. DBAKU, Cashier. at Hawesville. Mrs. Allen long since nnd a devoted member of tho order, one er ho lives or dies; ho found new strength ed for pUblic uso, but nn end is put, good appctito and felt just like ho had n within considerable limits, to tho depreW. BKAHD 0. 1 led the way to that life beyond, followed who worked for and in tho interest of PUMPS, Dlrectirs. MORKIS USKIIIDOB Ieusc on life. Only 50c. a bottle, at dations of lumbermen und sheep herders. slueo by thnt son nnd a loving daughter. the order, nnd for its good nnd standing. now J K. SI. JOLLY. MLAR6ED G. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., nnd J. A Another important gain, nnd ono of CROSS-CU- T 2. That wo deeply deplore our loss SAWS, great practical value, is tho protection Witt's, Ilnrdinsburg, Ky. IMVIUNb PAGES MTEHSr PAID 01 TUZ DEPOSITS. Mrs. Ueorgu Lilfoist in whoso family nnd extend to tho bereaved family our which this now reservation insures to the EVERY MONT tho writer was for some- tlmo treated al- deepest sympathy nnd love. c headwaters of the S.m Joaquin, Merced Death of an Aged Citizen. NPfiFAimFii,iv a. That a copy of theso resolutions bo and Tuolumno rivers, thus not only inMANTLES GRATES, ns one of the household, was formost Leitciikiemi, Kv., Feb. 14. Mr. Thos suring n larger nnd steadier flow of the VV,LLUSTRKTLW merly Miss Harriet Ulincoe, and enjoyed sent to tho family and spread upon the Of Kinds. minutes of the lodgo, iind also a copy bo Cannon, of McDaniels, Breckonridgo cataracts nnd falls of theso streams, but thu confidence- and high regard of all. Utorles, pA04n.-fi- ? Headquarters for county, died of old ngo, yesterday even- conserving tho water supply of tho footSho was a good neighbor and an excel- sent to tho BitECKENiiiniiK News for pub Agent for Henry Diston.& Son, Articles, ing after a long illness, in his seventy-fourt- h hills and valleys below. Not less imlent woman in every respect. With her lication. portant was tho passiigo by the senate- of Saws. year. Belting, &c, &c. E. II. Momttso.v, Poems, etc. Authors. liaVo passed awny her husband, two Only last Wednesday night, about 1 the resolution directing tho secretary of Tiios. Tbake, Iron Roofing for Sale or put on Grain Drills, FertUizer. Cement, Mich daughters and two sons, tho whole of a tho intorior to inuko n prompt nnd euro-fu- l Com. o'clock, Mr. Cannon's residence and its rfvo Little Peppers Crown Up. report in regard to tho spoliation of the building. ouco happily constituted family. tftlallt lly Margaret Sidney. Also you" can get igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Cool Oil contents wero destroyed by flro, nnd his tho Yosemite. Century. Cab and Caboose: the Rise of a La Grippe Again. Siriill : removal from the burning building to a by tbe Barrel, Plaster Hair, anything made in the Tin, Copper Uailroad Hoy. By Kirk Monroe, ' Mrs. Ilarnut Lilian! was n lady of very During tho epidemic of La Grippe last neighbor's He DofKil't Mho to lie Iiiturriiptuil. houso is supposed to hnvo YoiRiTmCMMToT""THC PAW, BMYUM, pronounced traits of character, n good season Dr. King's New Discovery for Whilo Moody, tho evangelist, wns nnd Sheet Iron line. hastened his death. & HOME , ft ajtar, Soc.ayiar, ay)r. worker in any cause shu espoused, and Consumption, Coughs nnd Colds, proved thundering strong trnths into-thheurts Specimen ot any one, 5 cents I o( the four, ijcenU. Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring allived to a good old age. . of his henrors a fow Sundays ago, nn jCMLfGuns nnd Pistols repaired. to bo tho best remedy. Iteports from Sclenco cannot produco n better remways kept od banjl. Jxo, D. Baiikacik, Tublishor, Orders actho mnny who used it confirm this state- edy for nil malarial diseases than "0. uged deacon who sat near him on the companied by cash prompt Cloverport, Ky. Li Mrs. Col. Murray, who survived her ment. They wero not only quickly re- C. C. Certain Chill Cure." Pleasant to platform kept interjecting Audible and fervent "Aniens" and "Goods." ly filled. "A husband a few years, was a remarkable lieved, but the disease loft no bad nfter take, Guaranteed to euro Chills nnd mun with principle is n man to bo adCLOVERPORT, KY, w..ikf.,r u, by Anna l" lady in many respects, always took an results. Wo ask you to give tills remedy Fever. Sold by J. W. Owen. ., ani .iuo, i loon, leitfid,Auatln. i mired nbovojnany others," roared out uitlo. Htvrut lbrrilciiif Mwflf.Whr active part in church matters, and minis- u trail and we guarantee that you will bo Mr. Moody. "That's true," mumbled nvmw turn vtrertuw.w '",'"i Ytsfiriidatl.M.k4llr tv Notice Saw Mill Men. ito.it li ters always found a good homo at her satisfied with results or tho purchase tafesl. Croup and Whooping Cough ln chil- out tho deacon in tonos of rapture. Tho It IntUlt. l .iartrs' VaiU a 1st. 1katn haU 500.000 feet ; fflnurr fcre tMdly rnilntf frv I to house. Sho raised a largo family of prico will bo refunded. It has no equal dren speedily relieved nnd cured by "C. evangelist turned instanter and shouted of Wo want to buy for cash cut ono inch iu,u.Ann-ipood Poplar lumber, J wiiDSPfnTti aaVaassm viitovi TsIUJ laVri. h lMtiifMt,iTan work In kruires rlmav in his mellow voice: "True! of conrso af Bedr mmd snixttti )oys, nnd nil attained prominonco in af- in Ln Grippe, or any Throat, Chest or irfTfll tl.M.f.i. Hie .! tv fur work by nf rrririlir ........li. BVImYmw 0. C. Certain Congh Cure." AVurrantcd. it's tmo. What do you suppose Pin thicklong.she inches wide, -', 14 and 10 lleearf. Ca4sWaJPr A 1CW fairs of State, or of war, or of finance. Lung Trouble Trial bottlqs free af G. Sold feet j4. ktthOOv rally Met4ee3. IS Hw la eaUesaaA U.IIhIUu.V .,Ihk Urn! WftlkiletrYllIsVi HOTS orjtptt. Mreaftaea WaUl, CMmotlkl by J. W. Owen. telling here lies?" The poor WMtwrMid.aiulM't HkUiland Park Plakiko Mill Co., MMtaiW aaiuiKHr statu TKUTataT-aVme- Hi la a ass. W Short's Drug Store, Largo bottles, fMteUl;araMe4eaaa4reajaCaatttM. WrHetaeai. old deacon subsided. San Francisco Room 7, Tyler Building, (msWI tree. Mrs Eliznlieth Sebastian, whose hns- - 50V. and $1, JMiffi Have your Job work done nt this office Argonaut. Largo stock of Valentines stHsiblwge'i Louisville, Ky. liWaJte!MBNM, W Will. UfTALOj N. Ya -let-ten- Breckenridge News. band, Dr. Charles Sebastian, died While on n visit to Long Lick soon after tho writer enmo to Kentucky, was tho mother of a largo family of children, of whom A REMARKABLE POEM. Mrs. Mary Kaltt, Mrs. Josephine Hinsof threo stnnzas dale, Mrs. A. It. I isher, George C. nnd Tin following iMH-iffiur?liiu-r- i f:n !i lias often been alluded "Tip" Sebastian nre now living. Mrs. tiijis ofie or tin.- - most iinlquo of literary Sebastian was the last one of the large curj(witit. Cach fitnnwi contains every Murray family of brothers nnd sisters letter jn the nliihnliet except tbo lotter Who did not know "Aunt Betsey," so. "l'ir wi,u"" "" t'rltcrrt wJN tpN 'ou 8 kind nnd considerate to nil, evincing so t, urn-- of tiie most itiillspeusablo of tiie every Inudnblo underUs relative proportion of uso being much interest in Utf'tiiuV to j 4. lc 8, 17 nnd 1 40. The taking? Expressing herself freely upon on! Ruining next to "o" In number of all occasions, without giving o flense to ttinea yf use is "a," which la used 80 nny, comforted nnd cared for in her detlu'es while the letter in iiuestion is clining yenrs by a loving daughter nnd ICO times. sho passed peacefully granddaughter, The (hm'Iii which han caused tho nbove nwav and will long bo remembered. i The Stephensport Sohool, The following is n carefully kept acA Wedding is rumored for this week at count of tho recitations and the deporttho home of one of our suburban resi ment of all pupils in my room who averdents. aged more than 75 'for the Inst month of Mr. Adam Smith, who is very low the public school here: with a stomach ailment, Is not expected Laura Stiles, 1)0,8; Eddie Payne, 9!,71; BURAS, An Ililimt rroillgy In Aiinliiiiiy. At the regular maeting of tho South- 1891 :tt FRANKS. COOK. LUMBER, LATHS SHINGLES, DOOES, V Vl neigh-'borhoo- d, kind-henrtc- slsh: &c BLI1TB. V Estimates promptly made. ro MATE BET. 15th & 16th 'STS; Mc-Crn- e, LOUISVILLE, KY. . . V 4 V 0m h. T EvfcjisVfiibE, Ind. V V HERE ARE MANY dc-ser- USES FOR TIME SCHEDULE nsro 17. IRISAPOLIO- s. Snrg-too- y, HERE WE AEE AGAI35T lf V c r V Old Stand - By's FURNITURE, UNDERTAKER, 1 sub-treasu- HOUSE. All-wis- STOVES KAHD1HBBTOG BANK SEND US S2.SO . !, NEWS WIDE AWAKE r HAEDWAEE FLUE TILING, V Q Q) - all GREGORY & CO., Reapers and Mowers, Fine Poplar Shingles JA 'X "? V J. MILLER, -- FOR MEN, ONLY! L! y QUI rav . 1- ht -- r