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Success can be BBht4J)jEBiBiaBiBMBMasLfcyHMftW,lHlM wmmamm f!PwrwFI) f IIP WIJ ywrnrvn ajf&nl s. achlocd fill M I I I M 1 1 W- -d 1 J sfl BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1891. of the expense himself, but which was afterward paid by tho town, secured tho services of an engineer to survey and make an estimate of the cost of opening this street, and at tho next meeting presented the tunic, showing that it would cost much mora than tho town was able to pay, thus checkmating, ns wns supposed, tho movo for changing the way up tho hill. Tho advocates of tho proposed change, however, having consulted with Dr. Lewis, who traveled constantly the path along tho east side of tho hill, got in a resolution ior that route; but it involved tho obtaining of Gen, E. II. Murray's consent, as tho road must pass over his lots. This consent the writer soon obtained. Tho road was made at a comparatively trif ling expense, saving an outlay overy year for repairs to tho old road about $100 besides being much better for travel, and no one would now likely have it changed back. Tradesman, this newspaper cir- dilates In the homes of people buying the kind of goods you ina have to sell. Moral Invite them to jour store. I VOL. XV. REMINISCENCES. NO. 32. bllity RemembeR v. h t It- MY AS Ko. 12. We guarantee our tf -' IV; -- ,v not superior, to any on the market, and if you do not find them so after testing, return to us and get your money. Isn't that fair enough? We make no claims, but such as we are abundantly able to substantiate, and we make no promises that we do not fulfill. Flour and Meal to be equal, if Tor mnny rcnBons it wns deemed to tho citizens of both, that tho two towns dhouUl unite, and after the mntter hnd been discuBsel for hcv oral 'enrH nnd an argument reached in regard thereto, it was carried into effect hy nnactof the.lgislnturc, approved Feb. 11, 1800, nnd 'Clovcrport" was mado to includo holli. Tho usual provisions of utown cliarter were granted, including police regulations, und in with eame five tniBtces were elected, two from the upper side of the creek and three from tho lower side; also u Police Judge, John U. Uabbago being tho first to fill that position. Afterward the. office wns held respectively by D. R. Murray, VI. I). Holt, John R. Dellaven and E. Fisher. John W. Raitt was the first Clerk. r. as itt V T'S V-& r v We want It. V J good Wheat and Corn, and will pay the highest market price for the same. If you have either for sale, come and see us or write us. x - By an act of tho Legislature, improved Feb. 25, 1884, tho town was incorporated as a city. The first election for city officers was held May 5, 1884, when W. B. White was eleded Mayor for the term of two years; A. B, Skillman and W. II. Bowmer, Counciliuen First Ward; W. G. Smart, Cy. Lillnrd nud Wallace In March, 1870, tho follow ing Board of Gruello, Councihnen Second Ward. The Trustees was elected, viz: A. B. Skill-mafirst meeting of tho Council was held A. L. Simons, John S. l.ightfoot, May 20, 1884, when Wallace Gruello was Isaac Miller and Fred Walter -- the re- elected Mayor pro tern., David 11. Mursult of a disposition upon the part of the ray, Attornoy, J. D. Bnbbage, Treasurer, citizens to see that matters were given and Hicks Wills, Marshal. James Ham-bleto- n was elected Mayor in 1880 and that nltention which the interests of the town demanded. A. B. Skillman was again in 1888, succeeded by R. B. Pierce President and John W. Raitt, Clerk. in 181)0. Tho excitement of the war, which lowed soon after the organization under the new act, threw everything into confusion, and for a number of years but little attention an as given to municipal matters. Although tho war was less disastrous here in all respects than in many other places, yet much feeling was manifested. Tho people were divided in sentiment, producing dissensions among friends and tending in somo instances to the severance of family ties to a greater or less degree. But the deplorable results of the war have in a large measure passed away, amicable relations restored all around, and there is no disposition on tho part of the writer to remove tho veil thaf covers alike the faults of either side. fol- In March, as follows: 1873, Trustees were elected R. R. Pierce, A II. Skill-ma- V John W. Raitt, J. R. Dellaven and R. L. Newsom. John W. Raitt remained Clerk of thn Board until his death. W. II. Bowmer was Treasurer until 1881. A. R. Fisher wns then Treasurer three years. R. R Pierco remained in the Board until 1879, and A. B. Skill-ma- n until 1880. Some changes in others occurred, and no important rhanges in affairs took place. V n, i R v BOYD BROS., IRVINGTON, KY. Wc 1, I"1 I "" WHAT SCROFULA BRONCHITIS EMULSION COUGHS lit SCOTT'S CURES CONSUMPTION COLDS Wasting Dispa&eo Wonderful Flash Producer. ' per day by its use. Many have gained one pound lji, t" rl- - Scott's Emulsion is not a secret remedy. It contains tho stimulating properties of tho Hypophoa-phite- s and pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, the potency of both being largely increased. It is used by Physioians all oyer tho world- PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all Druggists. COTT &. BO WNI, Chemists, N.Y. jt YvfIri Affection Votttvenes. At druggist.. Price core mil.... Up Complaint. 25 and cts. - Relieves quickly Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago, OIL SALVATIONdruggliit.) SSctnts, all (Price only Sola by Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, Burns, Scalds, Seres, Backache, &o. (fo rCPf.ri,jrrorl Mnimac'a! jr Jc kn R. jiluoilc Kr h., Madcr, Luwdulu, rnj, mull), Lul juil umr lii I li.alt tun Ivarli mil liklv liol liirun framtlla 1U( itajr lit lltitflMrl, anil Ilium aa you S on tl.awork iniu mil, in ara. at uonia. air. AmtrUa. ywi tan auiuwrnaa inD7noi momenta ont 1. luf ill Vvur lima,, r a AIIIiikw .rr.()rrtmk.f.r Mirier, Ma atari foil, ftirnlahlnr Try wnrlblnr ASH Y, HI'LkUlLYIaaninC HltU. Addreaaalonta, b'llibUX 10., 1UUIUM), B11XK. ir Mmm Tq cure Iillionsnoss, Sick Headache, Malaria, Liver Complaints, talco tho safe and certain emody, ConMI-jiatlou, Tho gay young bicyclist he's in his bed, tho .'list of October tho Board Not for him is the spring sun shinadopted an excellent set of town ordiing, nances, which were printed in pamphlet He has been flung and is sore in body form, and did much towards restoring and head, good order and a better management of But Salvation Oil will make him affairs. In Maich, 1871, tho Trustees smiling. elected were R. R. Pierce and A. J. "Wilkinson on the upper side, and Fred "I've got it at last," said the fellow Walter, Allen Murphy and Richard D. who found his cough subdued by a botWitt on tho lower side. This Doard or- tle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. ganized Juno 20th, Mith Il.lt. Pierce, President, John AV. Raitt, Clerk, and NEWS AND COMMENT. W. II Bowmer, Treasurer. Senator Wilson, of Maryland, died Tho first net of tho new Board was to suddenly of heart diseaso at Washinggive tho trustees of either side the con- ton, Feb. 24th. Tho Direct Tax Bill was passed by the trol of tho streets on their side, with power to, work and improve at their dis- Houso of Representatives, Feb. 24th. A cretion, each side using its own funds direct tax wns levied upon the States by for that purpose. A good wharf had tho Federal Government in 1801 to been built at tho upper landing, as was maintain the invasion of the Southern done nfterwards at the lower landing, States. Tho object of this bill is to rebut tho streets weio in bad condition, so fund tho money so collected from the much so that wagons sometimes were States, anil thereby make it necessary to stalled in getting up tho hill then a keep up a high tarill to replenish tho the biidge to Federal treasury. The Southern States, considerable asccnt-rfro- m tho corner, now Sulzer's. It had been of course, get none of this money, but the practice of tho authorities and is they havo to foot the bills. too much so now to expend the revTho Chairman of the County Commitenues of the town by scattering promis- tee of theGrayson County Farmers' Alcuously over the streets work of no per- liance has issued a call for a convention manent benefit. to nominate a third party candidate for tho Legislature. At the suggestion of tho writer, readily Tho State of Texas will appropriate a acquiesced in by his colleagues, it was quarter of a million dollars for a Texas determined to use tho funds of the up- exhibit at the Chicago World's Fair. per side in filling and graveling streets, Tho town of Utica, on the Indiana the latter an experiment, beginning at side of tho river, betweon Louisville and tho fridge. Accordingly a fill of about was almost destroyed by a cysix feet was mado in the lowest part, Madison, of dlit, then rock, nnd grnvtlon clone last Tuesday night first The Emperor of Germany has ordered top. It was thought by many that it would be entirely too expensive, nnd Bismarck to hold his pence. It tho doesn't quit expressing his Mr. Walter, who proved to be a splendid ilnam-ic- r nnd an enterprising business opinions about public affairs, he will be man, expressed freely tho opinion that treated to n doso of his ow n medicine Queen Victoria reproved tiie Princo of "Pieice would bankrupt tho town before Wales and a lively little private sp t folhe made tho htreet to the corner." lowed at an occasion of ceremony at It proved differently, however, the Portsmouth, Feb. 20th. treasury was not depleted until the At a spepial election in tho Second graveling process was continued up the Congressional District of Rhode Island, street to whore Skillman then lived and Pago, tho Democratic nominee, wns along the street by Miller's stablti to tho elected to Congress by about 0,000 mawharf, it being found, after getting to jority. Rhodo Island now has a Demotho corner, entirely unnecessary to use cratic Governor, a Democratic majority rock at all. One year sufficed to prove on joint ballot of tho Legislature, Demothe adaptedness of the gravel for paving cratic State officers, and a solid Demostreets both as to cost and solidity, and cratic delegation in, the next Federal Trustee Walter then graveled on the Houso of Representatives, aud her four lower sldo from tho bridge to'tho Vest electoral votes will bo cast for tiio Demnnd Walter corner. Time has but con- ocratic nominees in 1802. All this firmed tho fact that we have an nbund-anc- o change hns taken place since the State of good material at hand for streets. adopted the secret official ballot. It has now lcon used on tho principal Ex Lieutenant Governor Ilindman, of street through tho tity and somo others, Adair county, is announced as n candiand it is to bo hoped this work will be nil the streets nro made date for Governor. On V V V continued until permanently good, nnd that sidewalks w -- s. The tonic a)id alterativo- properties of S. S. S. aro now widely known, and it In March, 1872, R. R. Pierce, A.J. a spring Wilkinson, Fred Walter, W, B, White enjoys wonderful popularity as adapted to Mook were elected Trustees; medicine. It is as perfectly nnd Jacob delicate system of a little child as it Vin the NSC ATX Nice (Wlittlo Beans to the R. R. Pierce, President, John W. Raitt, tho tXrtUe). THR1T ABB TH8 M08T CONVKNIKNT. Treasurer. Ja- is to that of the adult. It works wonders Clerk, W. II. Jtowmcr, nil Akm. uso it as a tonic, as an alof cither ele, Prlfe ultubls to" 85c. per Kettle. cob Mook, a good citizen, di d July 20th, on tlioHO-wh- o terative, nnd as n blood purifier. It gives after which J. W. .''teel was npiminted tVIMlflMMallo4ror4fU.(ccrrMoriUMt.). health, strength and heartiness to tho IMW IN. in his place. J, f.HslIH tl.ateaariofBlUCnSAKS.-Ssick and the feeblo. It is adapted to the and tho very old. It revives, At a meeting of Trustees held Aug. 14, very young A YV.AK t IuiMrrtetitalirtflj renews and builds up tho feeblo or the 1872, n resolution was adopted to open Wrly iMirlllfriil nt f Mbrr ivoy system, rrsd broken-dow- n IUetlt liitlrucUoii.wlll ami MHir.siid b, vrurk limuBirlonMj the street up tho hill by tho Baptist la ara Tbrt TbeHB4s4 lIUr a I wllUlMfUmlih as to get a better way up the VBlnfStawnlofiUll.MlirrrlbTUv chin gb, bo w blcl ? of HHlojrurBl Ifce Ilostl goap manufacturers, Including Chic0 srn llial iniouul hijl. This proposition was opposed ve, latouf Mntuulri wcreMruUf 1mv. I Mi nl ukkly Irsruisl. t dtt.lt but o workfr !Vtiu tch disirM utufHy I cago firms, met at Kansas City and with mUjwnl Jrw provl.ll hemently by tho people from Vest's and UtlrfdUuclil itid over WW frartmii It & Battle BilllousncsH, besiege Malaria, naiubvr, vrb art nisklnf "Nip your cough in tho bud," by tanet-through tho lower formed an association to regulate prices. break up Chills with "0. 0. C. Certain rricUr PK KK. AtUrtM M. MOI.I M. Vttll J.i;V, IIuk 449, AugHitu, MhIhv. Walter's corner down K. l Al king'. 0. C. Certain Cough Cure," a Charles Hammond, of Kansas City, was eml of town, as tending, in their opinion, president, and Allen B. Riley, of Chill Cure," the pleasant remedy. No plenxant and effectual remedy. to turn the track to the upper side. ehcyjn Sold by J. W. Owen. cure, no pay. Fold by JiW. Owen, Chicago, first If yHr lint urislr tkU wHlh. Trustee Walter, assuming the responsi. SMCXXZX'B ill not longor be npglet ted. . It Works Wonders. - ' BILE BEANS T. V V $30001 No Wonder lie Was Mi1. Thcio nro times when words fail adequately to express the force of pent up feeling. A iwrtly, elderly gentlemau A MINER'S STORY OF A DESERTED stood at the Brooklyn bridgo ticket winAMD ICE COVERED TOWN. dow, got his ticket, and, glancing toward tiio step, saw tho vanishing heels Ue Claims to Have Scon tlm Original of of several scampering passengers flying the Mitlr Glitelcr Mlrnc" It Is So Far np the broad stairway. . Hastily gathering np his change he dashed past the North That Months Are Ilequlred to ticket box, dropping his ticket deftly in, Reach the I'tace An Unsupported Yarn. and, cording up his tendons, began the 8inco tho story of tho Mulr glacier ascent of the steps as rapidly as his mlrngo first becamo known your corre- portly frame would allow. He wheezed spondent has mado every effort to get nnd puffed and gasped, but struggled on. substantial news concerning it, but be- His ears caught the rash of a train coming down along tho platform, and ho yond the statements of Professor felt that to catch it his timo was short. nnd tho word of one or two He strained hard on up tho stairs, tho who hnd seen tho mirage, nothing tangi- veins ou his forehead standing out like ble could bo obtained. By the steamer cords with the effoit. Finally with a Eider, which arrived recently at Victo- deep gasp ho gained the top just as tho ria from tho north, camo a miner, who cars rolled up to stand still. A broad left tho vessel at that port, and did not smile of satisfaction spread itself slowly" go on to San Francisco, as ho at first in- over his glowing features asjie stepped tended. From this miner, who is a very toward tho cars. It was a hard pull, intelligent man, n most remarkable story but he had gotten there. He wns no doubt mentally congratulating himself was obtained, and tho first description upon his success when tho voice of a of tho Silent City is hero given. bridge policeman suddenly sang out on George H. Korshon is the name given the night nir with, "This train don't by the narrator of tho tale. go!" Now York Times. Kershon is a hardy looking man, with Ilrldcet and the Speaking Tubes. a well knit frame, indicativo of an abilThere never was anything like that ity to withstand physical hardship, while girl's arrangeterrorof tho his clear, bluo oyes aro a Burety that ment in our flat. Tho first time a caller whatever ho undertakes ho will carry came she rushed in to mo with eyes like through. soup plates and gasped out: "Marml "Yes," ho said. "1 think I am the first Mann! There's somebody a whistling white man who over gazed on tho frozen somewhere, and, if you please, I don't city of tho north. In tho summer of know where!" I explained and encouraged her to put her cur to the tube and 1888 I was ouo of a pnrty of six who left to go north prospecting. Of the get tho message. She never 1 did it withhere out firet crossing know she other five 1 know not whero they are. was convinced thoherself; process was whole We took tho steamer to Juneau, where operated from a place considerably south wo left her, buyiug n small sloop to take of our lower hall. our kits up to Yukon. After several I urged her the next timo she heard weeks of awful toil wo reached a fork. tho call to go to the tubo and call "Yes?' "1 was for going up this fork and The whistle came; and, my dear, tho prospecting, but tho other five were roar she sent down that tubo would have against it; but as I was determined to raiseil tho scalp of n Pawnee Indian. 1 go I left the party, engaged an Indian fled downstair in terror to see what ef canoe, with two bucks, nnd started up fect it had had, and Mrs. De Nerfs you ou tins unknown toiK. we uau a terriknow what a shattered condition she is ble time. The stream narrowed inibe- - in, just lecovering from nervous prostweeu high cliffs and shot with dizzy tration! was sitting on tho lower step, swiftness down the gulches, making it quite limp and faint, clasping her vinnecessary to tow the canoo by means of aigrette. "Martha," she said, "even if a line from the kinks, two doing this, you didn't want to see me, why need while the third man rested. you'firo a gun down the tube?" Boston WOODS AND 1CK. Commonwealth. After that it was a bit easier. The Slim Jim's Strategy. river broadened ont and the country was During a lull in business the dealers more level. Tho banks were well wooded and gamo was plentiful. We kept on in the "Ma'sh market" occasionally get like this, always going north, when after together nnd swnp yams to kill time. six weeks n range of mountains were The other day a German butcher gave sighted. At length we reached the wild in his experience of a "beat" as follows: country again, nnd tho stream, which "Dere vas a tramp Ubcd to hang nroundt had been subdividing itself into lesser do market vot we called 'Slim Jim.' Ho ones, soon became too difficult to navi- looked like he as yust about starved gate This was almost at the foot of most of do time. He come to my stand the mountain range spoken of. Here I und picked up a stnng of sausages nnd determined to camp for the winter, and holdt it 1 up and say, 'How much is dis? Pefore could Bay a vort a lean cur good quarters were found. "Beforo long the cold camo, ami at dog jumps up, snatches aboudt dreo times it was impossible to stir from pouirtBTtffTaTtsage, and was off. "Do man yelled and say, 'Take off cover. Especially was this the case when the wind blew. At other times it your dog. Vat for you keep a tangerona was fairly comfortable, although the animal to bidto your gustomers?' I dot it vos not my dog, but ho lack of sun made it gloorgy enough. Dot feller, as 1 "One day I determined to try to scale vent away shwearing. one of tho mountains nenr us, as I got aftervords foundt oudt, ownedt de dog so tired and weary with being penned nnd had him trainedt for dot bizness. up in such a confined placo. This idea 1 He followedt him to the Smithsonian put beforo the Indians. One of them grounds and got do sausage. Pooty goodt 1 said he would go with mo; tho other trick, don't it? But bato you dot 'Slim Jim' don't como aroundt by my stall would not risk it, go ho was left in camp. "We went right up tho line of tho fro- somo more." Washington Post zen river, which, being a solid mass of What's In u Name. ice, made a good roadway. Following In tho Massachusetts Reports, if one this for about twenty miles, at a pretty steep rise, we reached a plateau between would take the trouble to look there or, 'he foothills and high range. Here the indeed, whether one looks for it or not stream ended and wo started to climb there is one of tho coincidences which one of the big hills. After a lot of hard do so much to keep tho theory alive. work we reached a point near tho sum- Therein it is recorded and sot forth how mit A wonderful view was had from ono Aquarius Breon was convicted of adhere, but tho strangest thing was a city ulterating milk. It must bo evident to any theorist that tho name was responIn one of the valleys. I wns surprised to see sible for his departure from tho paths of "You may bet probity. How could it that it At first 1 thought it was some fan- a man with tho name bo expectedwould Aquarius tastic arrangement of the ice and snow which had assumed tho fonn of a city, faij to water his milk? His whole conscience might rebel but examination with a glass showed sin, but his destiny was setthat such was not tho case, it being too against tho lie was christened, and how tled when regular in appearance could he resist it? Had justico been A SILENT CITY. dono punishment in this case would "It was a city, suro enough. have been meted out, not to Aquarius "Determined to sco more of it, I comBrecn, but to tho parents who by inflictmenced to work downward, although the ing upon him such 11 namo had mado it buck was rather frightened, ho evidently impossible- for him to do otherwiso than not considering it 'good medicine.' Af- to water his milk. IIo was tho victim ter several hours of hard work I reached of circumstances over which ho had no the outskirts of this mysterious city, and control whatever. Boston Courier. found that this placo was laid out in Btreots, with blocks of strange looking It Didn't Work. buildings, what appeared to bo mosques, ' A Hallowell husband tried a snlcido towers, ports, etc., and overy evidence of scare on his wife witli ill success. Tho having been built by art. couplo had quarreled, and tho husband, "Tho whole was of solid ice, or seemed taking a bottlo of rod Ink, strewed part to be, but blows from a hatchet on ono of on the floor and daubed tho remainder the walls disclosed tho fact that boneath on his throat Then ho laid down on this barrier of ico was some sort of build- tho bed, feigning death. The wifo come ing material. It looked to be wood, but into tho room, saw her husband and at of stoneliko hardness, and apparently onco comprehended the trick. "My petrified. God!" she exclaimed, "he's committed "Tho silence around tho place was suicide. 1 must got the neighbors to something ghostly. Not tho slightest help lay him out." sound broke tjio awful stillness of the Sho then loft tho room, and returning placo, which, added to tho weird look of a few minutes afterward saw that her the empty streets, mado it growsome husband had movo.1. "Ho has turned enough. I soon got tired of investigat- over; L guess he'll live," she remarked, ing the city, as the streets were blocked and lio did live. Cor. Boston Journal, in many places with lingo masses of Ico, rendering passage almost impossible. The Transplanted llrltons. buck, too, became uneasy, and wo startTransplanted" to now countries, such ed on tho return trip, reaching camp the as Australia, the British race becomes next day, tired, but satisfied that wo had very much more vigorous and of bettor been tho first men to gazo on that silent physique. Yet in Australia, strange to city for centuries. say, tlm children of British emigrants "After spring had broke I made some are more likely to have decayed teeth or strikes in nugget gohhnt the headwaters to lose them earlier than their parents. of the rivtr, working with tho Indians Probably tho soft foods requiring little through tho summer months, leaving mastication with which wo aro pamcamp for tho Yukon about tho end of pered in modern times is one of tho reaAugust Wo reached tho river all right, sons r dental decay. London the trip down being easy, and in due time I' got back to Juneau, whero 1 took the Heretofore reports in relation to tho steamer for the south. comparative power of different illumi-uant- s, as seen through fog and haze, "It was while 1 was at Juueau I saw newspapers with an .""count of tho mi- liave been against the, electric light rage seen at Muir glacier. I did not make Lately, however, three prominont Enany allusions to this, though, as I did no1, glish scientists cay that when the electhink any ono woald beliovo mo, but I tric light is deprived in a measure of its am positivo that tho inirago of Muir gla- highly refrangible ways by tho hazo its cier is tho reflection of tho frozen city further progress is not more cut down than the lisht from oil or gas. found by ine." Cni Juneau Times. A DEAD CITY IN ALASKA 1'''''''Meador Witt & Will offer for the next sixty days a sweeping reduction. We will make a special sale from February 1st, of our HEAVY CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, LADIES' and GENTS' -HEAVY UNDERWEAR, WOOL HOSIERY, BOOTS nnd SHOES, MEN'S OUT SHIRTS, y, ..,., &.G. , The season for these goods will be on the declino from this date nnd this sacrifice is made to closo them out before Spring. We will positively carry over none of these Goods. Extreme LOW PRICES will make them go. Call in nnd Fee us, yon will profit thereby. Our sales have been large, considering the scarcity of money, mid wo intend to mako them larger still if low prices will make them so. We sell for Casli or Produce only. Give us a trial. Respettfuliy, "Witt & Meador, Main St., opposite Court House. HARDINSBURG,KY. The Old Reliable HOUSE OP JOHN P. HASWELL & SON, WILL SELL YOU SADDLES As low as tho lowest. COLLARS, HAMES, , twst waaWiM. ?! HARNESS, Donlt fomet them when von want. 4 . r. CHAINS, RACK BANDS, BELLY BANDS and BLIND BRIDLES. Tho finest lot of RAWHIDE HAMESTRINGS ovor brought to this town. CALL JISTD SEE US. Respectfully, JOHN P. HASWELL & SON, -.- c HARDINSBURG, KY. .' ' ogs-plain- 9m P3 CD zn xn j The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness ut subsoil prices - 5Jg We carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5 50, 8G.50, $7.50, $9.00 nnd $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75o, 90e and 1.00. Saddles, $1 75 2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 1.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a line of Rubber Goods, such as Horso Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. Wc carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Tics, The Ootswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, Harues and Chains Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay you to examine our stock. wwmir o iisLjnAViLiiif na nn il ma can be found .ippaw!) wa at id. LouisYi'ie.Hardfnsburg & n.A-nivE2LjB'n:o3- sr- Western I i in B No. 5 TIME TABLE.. Taking Kffoct at 5.00 o'clock . m. Sunday September 28, I89U. West Hound Trains East Hound Trains DllfyTDally Daily Dally ex bun, STATIONS, ex bun, ex bun ex bun. Vo. 2 No. 6 Xo.fi No. 1 030un 11 lSim l.v IrvlnL'Um Ar tf Joint A4on 4 60 11 41 912 Garfield 715 8AJ Harned 737 lloSun JM UOripm 416 841 Junction 4 00 IlHrtlinslmre 837 jH 1211 1223 8 23 3 48 828 Junction l 12 8 52 Kirk 3 2J 815 12 47 8 03 010 3 00 Jolly HI 47 7 44 2 20 niemUanc lift I I - &flifegH A pamphlet of Information anaab- iVnrr:."' ki: i'7.,'??vn "iA imt 2, v j"".". vupirwHts, TBia, 'iTaae salt nil.. MUNN A OC x381 Hrondwajr w VHI -- A 1015 10 20 1041 12 48 Asklns 712 Oaks 1101 1224 657 11 20pm 2 00jmAr l'ordm lllc I.v 6 45aml2 00m 120 120 135 148 ItiKkvnle Until 720 7 20 4J 129 1 THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Ala LIKE. Tit-Bit- s. (I,. E. k ST. AND BEST t. R. K.) Land I have SHORTEST, QUICKEST St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. Dee, 16, 1888, UNE TO AND ALL POINTS West and Tilt-Car- four or flvo thousand acres of belonging to tho Cincinnati Coop.ragc land and other parties, Ijrlng In Brockenrldgo r0 End Hancock counties. Can sell a farm Trow 40 CrM' V prlcM from 200 u...? have W00O. good payment down. Liberal del ductlon for all ea-but will glvo liberal tlm. on safe trade.. Havo several farm, for for Sale. rent. d is Effect Addres. J2S3m Lr. Loolirllle In 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m. ,.4:10 p.m. ...fc!& " Arr St. Louis 7:45 KTsrurllle 2:25 " ...9:50 p.m. For farther Information, call on or addreaa, V, Q. BURTON, Rock Vjle, Ky. , JOS. S 0DI0RNE, Qen'l Paw. Ag't, LouiiTllIe, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trar, Pasig'r Ag't, T.ouUtHU, Ky la u2 n.iui.na"f7iii,r.w,,i,,m,. lb.n.,i.k, TMniiinT. MONEY i'ir "Tsf ""?' ma il M. Kaaarnjd , omMWlta. ef wrk. Ui ' a Kaa 5 3TP ? tPVtBPWSH-'T:; " " t j-- r ' T: . vr- --, ,. . ' . -- :'v- " ' ' ?' M ' .v l ir- - v- - y . ,?vw"- - .F, ' '. ' ..v''" i V i: ' Breckenridge News, : : . I , Goshen church has secured the services of Itov. W. B. Kullcdgo, df the Louisville Theological Seminary. Metisrs. McClelland and Craig, of Muhlcuburjj county, United nt Dr. T. 0. Moorman's last week. :VEDNKSDAY, MAIU'11,4 1801. Miss Sella Dean has lieen suffering KilltnronnJ witli a severe cold, hordcrlng on In JNO. D..V VinoiLG.BABIiAGIt, Proprietor. grippe. Dr. II. U Dempster contemplates Ii SI. Ij. Sc T. l.ecal Time Citrd. moving to Clovcrport in the near future. 10.05 Mkli nd Expreii goto East It is with much regret that we give him 110T a.m. up. i ii " Weat '48 " Kipress Ji 9 27 p.m. Rev. C. M. Heid has returned from Wet 11.19 a.m. East Local Freight will in n few days, aca.m. Denver, Col., but I0.0J ii Wet.. ii companied by his wife, Icavo for Iji Junta, Col., at which place he has n call Til r nntural gas explosion Inst week for all his time, and will make that their was not In Clovcrport, but In Pennsylfuture home. We predict a. bright fuvania. Our natural gas Is all right, nml ture for Bro. Kohl. He and his estimawo Imve it in abundance. ble wife are well worthy of all things Wimi Fm)weii. good. Sknatoii Joe Blackburn has recently Deafness Can't be Cured declared that ho is opposed to G rover Clovelnnd for President in 02 bemuse by local applications, as they mn not of his position on silver coinage. reach tho diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure Deafness, The Farmers' Alliance of Grayson and that is by constitutional remedies. county have called a convention in Deafness is caused by nn inflamed conIitchfield for the L'Oth of March, to dition of the mucous lining of the Eusnominate a candidate for the legisla- tachian Tube. When this tube gels inture. flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entireThe Executive Committee of the Ken- ly closed Deafness is the result, and untucky league of Democratic Clubs has less the inflammation can be taken out issued an address, calling the clubs into and this tube restored to its normal conactive service for the Gulwmatorinl dition, hearing will be destroyed forever; campaign. nine cases out of ten arc caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamMn. F. K. Miotics authorizes us to condition of the mucous surfaces. withdraw his namo us a candidate for ed We will give One Hundred Dollars for This leaves the field to the legislature. case- of Deafness (caused by catarrh) Mr. Jolly, who, it looks like, will get the any that we am not cure by taking Hall's walk-ovenomination by a Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. TiiEAsuitEn Huston, of the United fSTSold by druggists, 75c. States Treasury, has resigned because he feels that ho lias sustained social and HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. Huston is political disappointments. get the place mad lwcausc he didn't Editor V. G.nAUUAUB Foster got. ' as-- DDAKincMDiltin I ' RtlPAQ RPWI PYVII I P. t M . . . - . Six Pages. Kt P-- r. Tiie story from the Washington Post that Mr. Cleveland would decline allowing his name to be used as a Presidential candidate, was altogether sensational. Mr. Cleveland has denied it Jlatly. L, H. L W. TIME TABLE. WKHT. OOINO Passenger Dally nrr. Hardinsburg..l2:i& p.m. " .. 7:48 a.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. ooi.va KA8T. l'aiteugcr Dally arr. HarJIniburg.. .. " Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. Mrs. Slaton is convalesent. 8:55 a.m. 3:55 m. Mr. G. W, Beard lios la'grippe. Wat. Hardin may take some votes on" of John Young Ilronn in tills county, Copt. A. J. Gro's, Holt, was in town but Mr. Brown has a very substantial Monday. following, having made a decided imIf you have anything to sell advertise speeches pression on the people by his last fall, both here and nt Ilurdinsbnrg. James A. Chiles, a colored attorney of Lexington, made an argument before the Court of Appeals last Wednesday. This was the first time in its existence years that the highest of ninety-nin- e court in the State had been addressed bv a colored man. The shipping subsidy outrage was killed in the House of Kepresentatives on Feb. 27th. The Senate Postal Subsidy Bill was passed in its stead. The latter is bad enough, but will take about $200,000,000 less out of tbo pockets of the people than the original job. The Constitutional Convention has knocked out all the commonwealth attorneys in the State by adopting a section throwing all of such prosecutions on the county attorneys. It is doubtful whether this is a good move, as the county attorneys generally throughout the State can render as efficient service in the heavy prosecutions as the district attorneys. Mu. Young K. AlliMu, of JMiisvillc, has announced himself a candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor of Kentucky. The nomination ho can no doubt get from his party if ho wants it, but being Governor is quite another thing. Mr. Allison is very popular, too, and will doubtless poll as many votes for this office as any other member of his party in the State. John A. Anderson, of Kansas, has been nominated by the President to be Consul General at Cairo. Anderson is a Republican of Kansas, who got walloped last year for Congress in his State on account of his opposition to railroad and other corporations. Mr. Anderson has a number of relatives in this and Daviess county, Kentucky, who are Democrats, but they think none the less of John A. for being a Republican. GLENDEANE. T.a grippe is raging. Wedding bells will soon chime in our & midst again. Mrs. Fenl. Owen has been quite sick with la grippe. Mr. "Will C. Moorman has been con- -' fined to his bed for some days with la grippe. Miss Bettie Webb has returned from nn extended visit to Louisville, and Leitchflcld. Mr. Vennio Moorman says, of all vocations In life, be prefers being n Cooper. Mr. Tom Butler, of Shrove, visited friends in this community last Sunday. Mr. Jas. C. Moorman, Muhlenburg county, visited nt Mr. Fenl. Owen's last week. We are sorry to note the illness of Mr. Jeff. Owen, who is suffering from a severe and protracted case of la grippe. TIio "Reading Club" has gone the way of all earth; still ono young gentleman saljl he was in "earnest." Mrs. It. G. Robertson has been very ill with la grippe. Miss Lou Dean has returned from a visit of two months in leitchflcld. Mr. Ferd. Owen is quito ill at this writing with pneumonia. Mr. DicV Owen has been very ill with la grippe. Wo hopo lie will be out again soon. Mr. Will Dean returned last Monday from WhitCBville, where he had been visiting friends (?). -- it in liis paper. Mr. G. P. Jolly came up from Owens-b- o ro last Monday. Morris Kskridgo went to Sample last Friday on legal business. If Clovcrport wants a city hall, she can come up here and get one p. d. q. The rock for the jail foundation is being quarried on John Slaton's place. Mr. Wright will occupy a part of Mr. J. A. Witt's residence after next Monday. Dr. II. C. Board, who has been sick the past two weeks, is able to be out again. Mrs. Judith IV.Tcrnettc has bought a town lot and will build on it this Spring. Mr. Horace Bland has been nppointed ' a deputy county clerk at Jolly's Station. The la grippe is taking the round among the people of this place. Most everybody has had it. Some one broko into Win. Vessel's last Sunday night and carried ofl' a bottle or two of whisky. Express Agent John Smith, stopped ofl' the train Sunday and spent the day with Mr. Roland Smith's family. There is some talk of Mr. Burrel Beard taking charge of Lcnnin Hotel. Mr. Lcn-ni- n wants to retire from the business. If old Hurdinsbiirg don't strike g:s pretty soon and plenty of it, tho Lord only knows what we'll be doing next. Wat. Sklllman is at Mr. Richard Skill-man- 's in quite a critical condition. He luis been sick for several months past. The second quarterly meeting of tho M. church South, was held out at Kphesus yesterday. Rev. Robert Browder presided. Seems liko Miller and Severs are going to have back taxes or raise somebody's wool. Read t'icir notice in another column. Win. Bell has dropped out of the County Court Clerk's oilice, and a more accommodating deputy never swung a quill or scratched a rcconl. There's going to bo a mighty hustling around for County Attorney in this county, under the chango as made by We expect to the now Constitution. be in the light. Buncl Beard, Thurman Smith andAlf. Robanls havo a big contract fur hauling timber near Garfield. They have struck a camp up there and Pug. Ilcston is the boss of tho ranche. The mud that the people havo to go through from town to the depot, isso bad It don't get any worse. Mr. McCracken would blush n scarlet hue if he could see his agent pulling through it. Tho Novelty saloon is head quarters for all kinds of whisky, wines, brandies, cigars, tobacco and everything kept in establishment. a first-claW. W. Vesski-s- , Prop'r. Frutf trees for everybody down nt the Hnrdinsburg Nursery. Those whose orchards were destroyed by the cyclone of apple trees last April can get first-clatwo years old at 5 cents each. Cabbage, tomato and potnto plants in season. Xack Green, Manager. I J- -. ss ss Progress. important In this age of vast material progress that a remedy Ikj pleasing to tho taste and to tho eye, easily taken, acceptable to the stomach and healthy In its naturo and effects. Possessing these qualities, Syrup of Figs is the one perfect laxative and most gentle It is very diuretic known. Bowiuer has returned to her homo in this city, after a three months absence delightfully spent in Washington ond New York, Miss Katie Tho "grip" Is getting in its work In ! tho neighborhood. its, r.Tratr. j I oiinie Glass-cocof McD.inTcis, has been among our people lately soiling "IV lire aulhoriteil to announce fruit trees. OUd. W. BIOHAnDSON, Granville Wilson is home again nfter a to the Legislaat a candidate for ture from Meaile county, mbject to the action flvo months' absence. of the Ucuixratlp primary, June 13, 1891. Our public Hchooj closed last week. This place ought to havo a good spring Vie are authorised to announce term. i T. P. CONDI fr, Biron Tucker is in Illinois, Clarence a candidate for the Legislature In .Meade at I lamed at Hnrdinsburg, and others arc count;. Subject to the action or the Democratic Primary, June 13, 1691. away and going to leave until we young Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Shelman are visit- people nre few in and about town. C. C. Pile is in Louisville this week ing Mr. Ail. Fiymirc, of Union Star. Mr. Robt. Ixxrnu, ofiLouisville, was in selling a part of hie old tobacco. Joel Pile left Monday for Illinois, town lost week. where lie will attend school. Mr. Win. Ayres, of Louisville, attendSteve Galloway and Miss Ollie Tucker ed court hero last week. Hon. Perry Cundiff, candidate for tho bine been mnrricd by Rev. CO. Carman since our last writing. Wo extend Legislature, was in town Friday. our congratulations to the happy pair. Mr. K. W. Jones, of Big Spring, was in THKV HAY town last week. That Dr. Ben Hnrued want to run for Dr. Hamilton and James licit, of the Legislature on tho Wheeler ticket. Grahampton, were in town last week. That Jcso Pile is going to marry beM. W. Flaherty and Willis Messrs. Bates, of Flaherty, were in town Iat fore long. Thnt Teab Briiucr is building the finweek. est stock barn in this whole section. Miss Kille Rawlings left Friday for an Thnt Eli Pile is drumming for a Louisextended visit to relatives in Kansas. ville House. Messrs. James Ashcraft, of Paducali, That Mr. Jim Bennett, a valetudinaGeorge Ashcraft, of Nashville, and Elijah Aihcraft, of Iouisvillc,.ull former re- rian of the Hudsouvillo neighborhood, d girl. sidents of this place, were here several lately wedded a thij days last week." That Tom Smith and family are going Mrs. Ashcraft," mother of Mrs. Dowdy, to Louisville' to live. of this place, died in Paducab Thursday, Thnt many people living in the path and her remains were brought her for of the last March cyclone are dreadfully interment and burial Saturday. Mrs. frightened nil the timo because they nre Ashcraft died at the advanced age of Hit expecting another in ita wake. y are. That the mail always arrives on time Mr. Barney Brown, a very estimable since Henry Hamed has begun to carry farmer and citizen living in tho Sand Hill it. neighborhood, this county, died Monday That corn will soon bo worth "fi cents of measles. He was in his 40to year. per bushel, Judge Collin C. Fitch, of near Garnetts-ville- . Thnt everybody likes the Rev. Cron-dal- l, died at his home Thursday. Judge the preacher in charge of the Fitch was by far tho oldest resident of circuit of the M. E. church, Meade county, having been born in Now South. s York, May Mth, 1702. He removed to That Clint. Tucker is going to l'rof. Meadccounty in 18:JL Ho was InhisOOth Shacklctt's school. year. Judge Fitch was at one time That several members of our Wheeler County Judgo of Meade county, and was thojisehes a man of rare attainment, a splendid oiganizations havo pledged never to cast another vote for either the conversationalist and with all a inot pleasant and entertaining gentleman. Republican or Democratic party. That John Pilo has geese that lay His recollection even nt his advanced age never failed him and be could detail down the fence and go wherever they , the events of almost a, century ago. please. Judgo Fitch participated in both the war That "Little Jim" Tucker is going to ' of 1812 and the Mexican war. He was move to Ixmisvillc. twice married, his tirst wifo being Miss That our old schoolmate, Miss Maggie Jane Boone. He has rarely failed to Wilson, is attending school at Hurdins- rido It miles to vote on election day and buig. i always voted tho Democratic ticket. I THINK An election lias been ordered for the That many of our roads have not been first Monday in August to elect a clerk properly cleaned out since tho heavy of the Meade Circuit Court to fill out the sleet which filled them with broken unoxpired term of Z. T. Herndon. The limbs and trees, Christmns. only candidate spoken of is Mr. W. II. Thnt every organization and every Gough, the present eflicicnt clerk, who party has many scramblers for ofllce. was appointed uion tho resignation of That talk is cheap and that people are Mr. Herndon to servo until the next regular election. No better clerk than Mr. willing to'deal in a cheap article. Gough can be found, and should he deThat a great nianv people are marry- sire the ofllce it is not probable that he In will have any opposition. Whoever is That too many people are moving to elected at this time will serve for only a the city. year, as the term will expiro in 1802. That Granville Wilson is doing nobly Circuit Court adjourned Saturday hav- in sending his sisters to school. ing been in session two weeks. The That the county is going to be overcase against John Bruce, charged run w ith school teachers. witli tho murder of George Dow, was That Fairview church looks nituli called, and with little trouble a jury was secured, and a largo number of witnesses better since tho erection of the belfry were examined on both sides. No now and the raising of the bell. facts wero brought out, the testimony That we ought to have si Sunday- being about the snmo as on the examin sc'iool, and it well supported. ing trial. Bruce claimed that the killThat tho News is growing all the time ing was done in lie made in popular favor, and that it is very ably several conflicting statements in his testi- edited and neatly printed. mony. After having been nbly argued by That as little loafing is done at Uuras counsel on both sides, the case was given as at any town of its sire in tho State. to the jury on Friday morning of the That somo one ought to write regularfirst week, and after being out about five ly from this place, and that your readers hours returned a verdict of manslaugh w ill be given a long rest by ter, and fixed his punishment nt 10 years Tatti.eii. confinement in the penitentiary. The jury was composed of J. D. Greer, foreBucklen's Arnica Salve. man, Henry Allen, J. A. Barry, John The best salvo in tho world for cuts, Ball, Hilary Rhodes, Henry Jones, It. A. ulcers, salt rheum, fover Elisor, K. A. Wrather, J. E. Jordan, W. bruises, sores, sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, W. Miles, S. M. Wrather and J. J. corns, and skin eruptions, nnd positively Wrather. is Bruco took tho crdict very calmly cures Piles, or no pay required. It guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or and had nothing to say in regard to it. Price 25 cents per Verdkts in tho following cases money refunded. tinVi,r Hnln liv It. V. Short. Clovor- were rendered as follows, viz : W. D. port, Ky., nnd J. A. Witt, Hnrdinsburg, Coleman . Co., vs Bradford Mill Co., Ky. judgment $1,000; Meado County Deposit Bank vs Owings Co., judgment Tietter from Capt. A. J. Gross. for plaintiff; Meade County Gas Co., vs EniTou BitECKKNitiiHii: News: J.S. Morcmen, hung jury ; Tiieo. Harris, It is rumored that the Wheelers of etc., vsC-H- . Lane, judgment for deBreckenridge county contemplate makfendant ; Commonwealth vs Elijah Padfor Representative in gett disturbing public worship, fined 20. ing a nomination the Legislature, to be voted for at tho Commonwealth vs Gas. Urashcar August election. I am surprised and not guilty; Commonpained at tho report, as I was distinctly wealth vs Win. Grimes and Joel Douglas I joined the order thnt it breach of peaco, fined $30 each ; Com- told when would not engage in an independent monwealth vs Dr. B. It. Walker violatmovement. I can eadily see ing local option law, not guilty. Tho political why the Republican Whcolers. throughcose of Clark, etc., vs The Climax Gas out Kentucky should desire nn indeCo., was continued. pendent movement, as they have nothThe caso of Commonwealth vs Rhoda ing to lose by it; but in view of tho fact Peak, charged with murder, and' same vs that what tho farmers complain of in our Joel Douglas, charged with shooting national legislation is the result of tho with intent to kill, were continued. domination of the Republican party, 1 The trial of Elisha Warnica charged cannot see what AVhcelers have to gain with tho murder of John Rceso was discomfiture of tho Democratic Tuesday. Some difficulty was found by tho party. Should thuy try It I shnll abanin obtaining a jury, and the caso was not don tho order. I was a Democrat long submitted until Thursday at noon. On the Wheel was over thought of. Friday morning the jury returned n ver- before If it's hero to antagonize my party, 1 dict of voluntary manslaughter, and fixcannot encourage it. ed his punishment at confinement in the Let all good Democrats Btnnd together, penlntentiary for a term of two years. shoulder to shoulder. It is only through Both Warnica ntjd Bruce, who have been triumph of Democratic principles sentenced at this term, were taken to tho that Wheelers and thoso who labor will tho penintentiary Tuesday bv Sheriffs. get their rights. Lot the Democrats evP. Woolfolk. A erywhere stand by their colore. Let Tho Grnnil Jury returned thirty-siOld Guard prepare for action. Vicindictments, including a nuinlx'r against tho tory is in tho air; I can smell it. the L., St. L. & T. K. It. Co., for failing A. J. Gjic-s- . KcspcctfuUy, to fence its right of way Ky., Feb. 27, 1801. Holt, Mr. Kobt. Greer and Mr. Gutither, of Mr. W. O, Allen, Agent of tho L., St. Ixniisvilln, spent Sunday here. I & T., succeeds Mr. F. N. D'Huy as Coino to tho Bankrupt House for your Agent of the U. S. Express Company in canned fruits, preserves, jo'lles, oranges, this city. Tl o transfer was jnade Monday. raisins, Ac, John T. Ditto, t- -i - Hrrrs ' Agent & Corresp'nt .r-s.- Mr. 8. P. Drury spent sovefral dafelast wcvli iiiftlic city. fi V is at homo Mr. Hunter Ifaidawiiy from Columbia, Ky. Mr. W. T. Beeler, representing Johnston Bros., Louisville, was in town , J...J.,W..,0WEN, PAINTS! OILS! TOILET ARTICLES! 1 Sat-unla- y. - ' teen-year-ol- Miss Claudia Stitli left Sunday for Irvington, where she will 'open school . Mondny. Mrs. Lulu Bush, of Hnrdinsburg, arrived in town Monday nnd will he the guest of her sister, Mrs. Piggott, for several weeks. All lovers of good mtrxic should make it a point to attend the entertainment to bo given in a few weeks by the young people of this community. "Mrs. Jnr-leyWax Figure Show" will bo one of tho laughable features of the evening's performance. ! An infant child of Mis. Rigsby, a very poor woman living nenr here," was at some distnnco hum the house playing nt the very inter sting sport of burning leaves with matches, when his clothing, coining in contact witli tho burning leaves, instantly caught fire. The child No. i $4.00.) becaino greatly frightened, and was in No. 3 $8.co imminent danger of being burned to No. 4 $8.50.) death. His little sister, a child of eight Our Stock of Aveiy anil lira Clippci PIo'ws is verv or ton years, who was playing with him, REDUCTION from the list. started to tell her mother of tho dangerous position of her child, but with a presence of mind uncqualcd by many persons of more mature years, site saw No. A 1 Point, 20 at a glance that lier little brother would -bo burned to death before she could reNo. 19 and 2 3 Points, 30. turn with her mother, so sho seized the No. 19 and 20 Mould Boards, 2.10. child, who was now wrapped in flames, e and threw him in a that chanced to bo conveniently nenr, nnd so extinguished the flames ami saved the l?T?TTTTTr717-OC- i life of her brother. Tho boy's burns nre quito severe, but it Is not thought they Drives the Farm Thrives the crop, will prove fatal." SPONGES! 's PRESCRIPTIONS NOTICE ! NOTICE.! NOTICE S. B. Med Plows -- .?Jhl ' IN THE LEAD! large ami :i2CO . '1 4 ?lti .Jtl - Another Cyclone in Oliver Kepairs., . ai 7 ' 4 V mud-puddl- Cleveland Dryer Company Pure Raw Bone - vi - '. s Me-Dani- Be Sure It you havo mado up your mind to buy llood'n Barsaparllla do not bo Induced to tako any other. Hood's Barsaparllla Is n peculiar mcdlclno, possessing, by vlrtuo ot Its peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation, curative power superior to any other article. A Boston lady who know what sho wanted, and whoso example Is worthy Imitation, tells tor experience below: ' Fills the Barn with bitj crops. Oar stock of choice Field Seeds is very rapidly going at bottom pi ices. -- "Jvfy 1 "ir -- i , ""i& f'Q.C- HENSLEY & JOLLY, ' : v $ ? " K.l Farmers' Supply House, IlAUDiKSHUno; Ky. LU To Get "In ono storo whero I went to buy Ilood'a Barsaparllla the cleric tried to induce mo buy their own Instead ot Hood's; ho told mo thelr'a would last longer; that I might tako it on ten days' trial; that if 1 did not llko it I need not pay an thing, etc. But ho could not prevail on mo to change. I told him I knew what Hood's Barsaparllla was. I had taken it, was satisfied with it, and did not want any other. New Store ! New Goods! W.E. MARTIN, GROCERIES PICTURE FRAMES 1 ! 1 HooeFs When I began taking Hood's Barsaparllla I was feeling real mlserablo, suffering a great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak that at times I could liardly stand. I looked, and had for some time, llko a person In consumption. Hood's Barsaparllla tfld mo so much good that I w ondcr at myself sometimes, and my friends frequently speak of It." Mmr. Ella A. Goff, ct Terraco Street, Boston. CABINET WORKl 'M - Goods Delivered. 'ygr Repairing of Furniture a Specially. Picture Frames made to ouler. Give me a Call ! Sarsaparilla IOO Opposite M. Hamman's Furniture Store. " CLOVERPORT, KY. IIiunsfoiid, Vico-Pres'- Soldby all druggist), glj slifor 5. Prepared only CO., Apothecaries, Lowoll, Moss. by C. I. HOOD Doses One Dollar J. II. Hickman, Pres'l. C. W. t. V. A. I)iiki:t,Scc. & Mgr DryGoods 49 Cents. Gent's Uulnundried Shirts, all Bosom, reinforced, siyes 14 1 iHi liilliiliiil uSKSI c. iuen 40 to 17 cents. 4fl eonts per yard for 42 inch Serges, all wool, new shades, worth Go cts. 2o cents per yard for Mi inch, all wool striped dress goods, new btyle, all sjiades. u New White Goods cts. for Check Nainsook, wortli 18 c. " " " 15 c. cts. for ' " " 12 c. 8i cts. for " " " 10 c. 01 cts. for Sheer, IMalil and Striped India Linens nt reduced prices. A big line of Embroi- New Swiss 12 10 g THE OWENSBORO" Tlxe OTxrenaslooxo ""sTsTagforL Co. M.A.ItTTjar.A.CTTjaRaED BY Material & Workmanship Unsurpassed, Durability, Style i Finish Unequalled, CO., - Manufacturers of Wagons, Drays and Dump Carts. Capacity 25 wagons a day, with a rapidly growing trado extending over eighteen Southern and Western StatcR, and wherever intoduced is univerbally considered the best wagon on the market. Ton Sale iiy IBZE-A-IEeiD derios, Laco Curtains and Scrims. 50 pairs Laco Curtains .'! yards long, 1.75 worth 3.00. tape bound 25 pairs Laco Curtains 3 yards long, tape 1.50 worth 2.50. bound 75 25 pairs Laco Curtains, tape hound, B- - IF. 3s house-breakin- per pair, including polo and fixtures. 5", 7, 8J, 10 and 12 e. in white Scrims cream nnd colors. .Linen Siindes, assorted patterns 0, 7 and 40 to 80 c. 8 feet, A great assortment of Carpet in All Wool, Ingrain and Urussels, Straw Mattings and Hugs, nt prices to suit evorybody. Oil Cloths all widths from 1 yard to 2 yards w ide. WHITES EVERY PREPARED BY CREAM VERMIFUGE REMEDIES FOR 20 YEARS SOLD HAS LED ALL WORM B0TTLE CVARAMTEEO RICHARDSQM-TAYiOR EVERYWHERE. MED. CO. ST.L0UJS MO. Breckenridge Circuit Court. Oco. W. Arme Mary '. Al perjom ) Arint. hnvlni; aUtrai against the . orOoorga W. Arm', deceased, are hereby bc-gf- Clothing. Wo are just leccivituj our now lino of Spring Clothing for Mori, Gents', Boys and Children, which for style, qunlity and lowest prices cannot bo excelled anywhere. We also handle a largo, assortment of the celebrated Dull Dog Jeans Pants. in Hambleton House B0IN tata pver-hauled, & t Notions, Sundries, 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 first-clas- x s cts. for 30 sheets of cts. for 1 package best envelopes. cts. for 1 doz. best cedar lead pencils. cts. for 2 cukes glycerino soap. els. for 1100 parlor matches. cts. for match safe with mirror. cts. for two papers nursery pins. And a great many articles too numerous to mention to bo found on our Bargain Counters. Call nnd seo us. HAHMNSBURG, KY. G TURPIN, - Proprietor, This house is now open for business. It has been thoroughly repaired and refurnished s throughout and is now in &c. condition. We solicit the traveling noto paper public to give us n call. Rates first-clas- vi AJm'r) Notice In Equity. notified to proJuoe perly proren, odIt laid claims btfore before the loVlt Given under my band thta March 1st 1891, V. 0. BABBAQE, M. O. U. 0. 0. -- ' lit me pro- day of Aptil ; T reasonable. B.G. TURPIN, TropV. Breckenridge Circuit Court leu. C. Hawkins' Adm'r vs. Notice In Eaijty, Mart A. Hawkins, lco. All personB having claims against the ot Oeurge 0. Hawkins, deceased, are here-i- y not ficij to produeo said tlalms bef ire bib oroperlv proven, on or before the 1st day of prll, 1891. Given under my band this 1st ('ay i,f March 891, V.O. BABBA8E, M.C, B.0.0. te McElree's Wine of Cardul and THEDFORD'S BLACK DRAUGHT are for salo by the following merchants in CrtokenriJRe County t Jcut W. Owen, Cloveroort, n. W. Short, Clofwport. Ilraslicar Sc Laj.'Hteiibsnipoit, Witt X Mtadur, Hurdtaibartf, J. J. Fetf n, Union Star, Geo, Yeakel&Co,, BRANJJENnUHG, KY. Suhseriho for the ?.-(kyih, J -- a.- - v. J" ,f ft- v fpv WML HI 1'IIWUIl BintTMMf'flifafSQiJi . ... ..J. ,,. . . ..... ...,,i . ' ; AjU HENSLEY & JOLLY, fl m m PB1BI BBBBB A dollar saved to the Farmer this season is worth $2,00 in a good crop year. AT". If you will only price our goods, ; . .f ' . -! you will be convinced that we aan save you money. ' We are sole agents for the DON'T FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL. Co., Win VmLflHL'W - Deemi! slSHP & Binder and i1 mc r. lone on ptl .jr. 1 Bona1 to It! If you want a Binder or Mower, we will be pleased f Lv to show you our samples. Every Machine guaranteed to do perfect work before any money required. We can save the Farmer from $15 to $20 on Binders and $5 to $10 on Mowers. We now have a sufficient rWlSMfcail quantity of Deering's goods in the county to afford to ii:v?r?mivvtt?aauj,s..Miiiamjii ...o wBSmwfflg2& arstti S3sat5SH always keep on hand any repairs that may be needed in case of a break, which can be got at any time by calling on us at Hardinsburg or on R. M. jolly at Irvington, Ky. Mtn .wmyij i:"' HI.'" 51W iii. ..... i tiiutuEi ' mwfKiswp.v. HMtzrss rAif! s Grain and If you want a Fertilizer Drill, you don't want to fail first-clas- to buy the Renowned Empire. It is the Call and see our Best on the market. sample. We are selling them at prices that will astonish you. SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOW THE GENU. NE "SOUTH BEND." We knock the Bottom out on Hay Don't Rakes. We sell the "Empire". forget us when you go to purchase. We also sell the Empire Corn Drill with Can always Fertilizer attachment. furnish repairs for Drill or Rake. m:::ZZ::i:i7.H south bend Chilled Plow COMPANV, vre call vour attention to our Plow Deoartment. We keen in v J stock the following Plows: The Celebrated South Bend Chilled Plow, the Avery's Double Shovels, Ura Clipper. We also have a large assortment of Jumper Plows, made by R. A. Smith and stocked by A South Bcnd, ino. WC MAKL' THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OP SINGLE, DOUDLE, TRIPLE AN3 SHOVEL PLOWS ON THE MAHKET "!ILB1 ii TMHtTrT--r-warT titrrrjjmsi&. i J!l .tj vv. JBLJUggp v;e J"i,w . jTnn TVT --. . T.ewic wliinh will , .wvxm, , FIVE-BLA- D ;on every Plow. ivu Vio wv cnlrl mww of txtr jpxivvo, wifVi a guuitvxuw wt nvinoc UlUil u (rnovQnfoo '-JV MVi, """''.'.Sljll we have no trouble to convince our customers that they save money by buying of ua, and we know we will have no trouble to convince thj Earjner that he will make 100 per cent, by buying and using ' ' , ct W . t. 3 iTJ OUR CELEBRATED CLEVELAND DRYER FERTILIZER! per cent: It Has no Equal. I OUR PRICES ARE VERY LOW AND EVERY POUND GUARANTEED TO PAY 100 ON YOUR MONEY. Our past sales on Stoves of all kinds warrant us in saying that we have saved to our customers 25 per cent, on their money. We have sold 150 stoves in four months, and still we have a fine assortment on hand and will make you prices that will astonish you. Don't fail to look at our line. We are sole agents for the Celebrated .. "-- ss TOVES STOVES! 1 sTOVE fes 3 irt t If you want a wagon call and price them. Sold very low and every wagon guaranteed. We keep on hand a complete line of Hardware, Dcors, Windows, Shingles, Dressed Lumber, Salt, Lime, Cement, Brick, Harness, and all kinds of Field Seeds Also a nice line of Buggies and Spring Wagons, Iron Roof ing, Tiling and many other articles too numerous to mention. We propose to benble to furnish the Farmer anything he may need. past favors, we ask a share of your future trade. We are here to stay and to make money for our customers. !' Thanking you for all I'll 7 ' ' leiBiK? JL ill H 1 HI m ill J. JEk 1? m. 'il have SWe uive associated John W. Lewis with us in the Iron Steel and Tin us a can, tom prices. I FUHIr I3I.InDIlsrSBTJI3-Hoofing il C1(M ill Hl BIS.- KTST. department, and we are now prepared to do good work and at bot OKOHARD AND GARDEN. GARDENING AND FRUIT GROWING FOR AMATEURS AND PROFESSIONALS. DEAD PAUPERS' GOODS. 6ELLING' AT AUCTION THE V - PROPERTY OF SUICIDES. " ' ODD N tit 'it r The Condition (Jmler Which Cucumber My lie Moat Succesrulljr Forced An Iilcatl Uoute for Cucumber Defined. Popular Vurletleiof I'uellth Cucumber. ifrightryWannged the English satisfactory, of forcing vegetables. - Snccessfulculture offEnglish cucumbers demands a roomy, housb.jrlcbj'ixjroua soil with good drain-wr- e. a warnii. moist .ntinospliere plenty ofjwatcr nttfhe roots, frequent applica- m . r n 1 v'st , I ;. "1 3ftl I H HOUSE. "i r CUCUllnElt :1 tious of fertilizors,.ccasional spraying with warm water to keep down insects, caro in training and selection of the best V. M. Munson, authority for varieties. the foregoing, writing from Cornell university in American Garden, furthermore says on the subject: The ideal house for cucumbers is one which ia large enough to allow tho vines to attain a good size without interfering with each other, which has rather a flat roof and which will allow ventilation without permitting a draught to strike tho plants. A largo house is also preferable to n small oncvbccanso the larger volume of air is not so quickly affected by outsido conditions. In building a cucumber .honse, 18 by CO feet is a good size. This will allow three foot tables on each side and a six foot table in tho center, with two three foot walks, as shown in tho diagram. The center table may, if desired, bo used for snap beans, which require about the same conditions as cucumbers. With proper care, however, any forcing house of modern construction may be made to answer very well., Tho most popular varieties are Sion House, Telegraph and Duke of Edin burgh.- - Telegraph is a handsome fruit,-o- f excellent quality. Dukeof Edinburgh is a large, coarse, variety, thnt sell well are desired, but . when large cucumbers for privato families its largo size is an objection. For general nsoSion House is preferable to either of the others; it is of medium size, smooth, handsome and prolific. Unlike American cucumbers-Wh- ite Spine, etc. tho English varieties require no artificial pollination under glass. What Ilecomrt of the Kffecti Which raupera Leare. Ilehlntt When They 'Take Their Own l.lrea; They Find Their Wuy to the flowery. "Misery's auction 'dale" took place Thursday. It was held at 5 Duane street and though that is not dts official uamo it occurred, to '.a reporter who heard it called so as a most appropriate one. Tho auction has an odd and grewsome origin. When a man commits snicido by pistol or. knifo tho .coroner takes pos session of tlii weapon. - If tho man has no friends or relatives, and leaves no will, his clothes and any personal effects that ho may have go with it After tho. unfortunato is laid beneath the sod of Potter's field, and all tho legal formulas havo been observed, the coroner hands all theso things over to tho public; administrator. The largo number of suicides in this big city, tho mysterious deaths of, unknown men and women nud tho deaths in tho poor gurr rets servo to swell this official's interesting collection of estates and heirlooms to suchnsizo that a special man is kept busy looking after them. Should any of theso articles bo valu-abl- o they are placed in the office safe or else sent to a safe deposit company. (But tho bulk of tho stuff that fallal into the administrator's hands is of little value, consisting mostly of cheap furniture, clothes, bedding, revolvers, knives and odds and ends, of which every man possesses his share. These things are sent to the storehouse at 5 Duano (street, adjoining the Newsboys' Lodging house, and there they accumulate until the pilo grows too big for the place, when they are auctioned off to the highest bidder. Scene THE AUCTION ItOOM. A Orewoni When tho reporter entered tho place tho sale was in progress. The auctioneer's pulpit like stand was in tho middle of tho room, and that functionary, iu a silk hat, was deeply engaged in overcoming the objections of a jioorly dressed, stout to buying a. cheap watch that might have been silver or steel. Tho room was filled with a motley gathering of men and women. It was a poor looking crowd, although hero and there a scintillating spark betrayed a diamond on tho person of a Chatham street "curiosity" dealer. Many people who daily pass the curiosity shops on the Bowory have wondered where all the odds and ends displayed in the win-- , dows come from. Had they attended this auction they would have known; There were perhaps a dozen of these dealers present, and they bought largely. The Cure of Cumin Hoot. Then there were many .women, poorly Many canna roots aro lost during the dressed creatures, who stopped bidding winter. Attention to the following ad- when the article passed the dollar point vice given in Rural New Yorker may Where they came from, or what they save you loss: Frost ought not to reach wanted the stuff for, nobody knew save canna root stocks, nor should they be themselves. The auctioneer got his kept in a very warm temperature. money he didn't care. The curiosity Leave part of tho ball of dirt about dealers shrugged their shoulders it them, when you lift them, and lay them none of their business. The ibtock was ofon , a, moderately moist floor. Never alfered was scattered about low them to get dust dry in winter. included knives, umbrellas,the room. It old clothes, Too great dryness kills more canna roots bedsteads, rusty bayonets, billiard in winter than jerhaps any other cause. rules, peddlers' outfits, But do not keep them wet slightly chromus, revolvers, chairs, tubles, stove moist is enough and do not pile them pipes, etc.. all mingled in rusty, dusty in.a heap oue above tho other. confusion. The sale proceeded after, this manner, the auctioneer saying: fucking Ajiplcs for Market. "How much d'ye bid? Forty, forty, Plnco the first two rows steins down forty forty-five- ? Fine silica umbrella. against tho head to bo taken out when the barrel is opened for sale or use. Uni- Maybe a duke owned it; maybo a formity in size should be observed as duchess; maybe a bum stolo it Forty-five-! Once, twice, down she.goes. Mrs. closely as possible. It is always best to make two qualities when barreling, and Mulligan, that's the name, isn't it? Forty-fiv- e cents. Now wo have lot No. the present season, wheu even very in258 ferior apples will bell, the latter, if so on.a saber. How much, d'ye" and packed at all, should make a third class. There was a story connected with Leaves and twigs ought to bo carefully every one of these articles, a romantic excluded, and tho apples should be ono pressed in, so there will bo no shaking one undoubtedly in many cases, but no there knew it or evinced the least when moving the barrels around after lesire to learn anything nbout it. these are filled and headed up. Irish-womaballs,-carpenter- Cheap Hoard nt llarrnrd. A change la to bo proposed at Harvard Memorial hall. That fact is now well known'-here- , bill tho details of the changes aro unknown to the public. From a hint, however, I surmise that this great dining room, the largest in the worldt now seating 780 men at meals system of regular is to snbstitutofor-thtable d'hoto a restaurant style, in order to accommodate more students. Every visitor toxHarvard. hanseen 'tlie Horn feed,' as theiBtndonts express it, and' yett 1 presume, fewrealize the' amount of food (necessary to satisfy the appetite of thosb t lusty young fellows Would-yoBee the figures?' Here they stand ast given toMhetby one of the guardians t ' this great dining halls ISO gal . Uvery'daythere are consumed lonh of soup.1 150 ixninds of (ihIi; 3..100 pounds-omeat and iwultry, 1) liarn-l- of IfiO pound flour;' 10 bushels of table bntterr'l500 ponuds of Btigun, A't ponnddof oatmeal; 00 pounds of cracked wheat, besides other articles in like proportion. The entire service is under the charge of the students themselves, assisted by the faculty, and is run on the d plan, tho board being at' cost That coat is never al lowed to exceed $4 a week, and often runs below .'1.50. But now a movement is omfoot to make it even lower, and the gastro outcome will revolutionize-the nomic system at Harvard. Cor. New York Commercial Advertiser . r . s ) v Wild I'liiwer In the I'hII. What hro our very earliest wild How ers, and how early have we a right to expect spring flowers? Perhaps the reader thinks this is not a timely question; but it is, because the flowers are just coming into blossom now! Mr. Hitchings. one of our well known botanists, onco favored Tho Listener with soma'hepaticas which lid gathered in November.- and he writes that ho has found some in October, too blooming in tho Middlesex Fells From this time in he finds them blooming in the fells every month until Mayr his latest dato is May 7. He tells also of trailing urbutus gath ered at this time of year in Williams-town- . Both are spring flowers: and if they bloom in November and December then November and December are counted among the spring mouths by the hepatica and the urbutus. The Lis tener may add to the list of these early blooming spring flowers his Canada vio lets, which have been in bloom within a week. But for that matter, these de licious little violets have been blooming all summer and fall. Listener in Boston Transcript. o . f s ifur-nishe- H, SilPfn MBE&Bs&ffljfms MMHwMWWaTOilaBrjl Y . fiffllWWM ifJilP ffWffiBW jrg(l 'f7yV ESgJBbBl'i8HMB &;WiflBVn gsssr jBbsm m S"VJrwF m .BHife aBBTt V&sximKJ$jyi4 1WX . i. i H szezdstie) tjs Ur-OZE- iroTys, -- House M I'd AJSTD .U-ibIi E tfrrm Mr-A. n 3bSU e'l" rri.M I M' l 1 I ayft . All orders for Printing promptly, executed, and at. prices, as, low .., ,&.- -. as the lowest. M--BRECKENRIDGE IpFfS. JOB- ROOMS, -- - Tampering with Another Mini's SI a 1. A story of how n well known sorting man put his guardian to the exense of $5,000 by an intended joke has just leaked out. It seems thitt the guardian had some business affairs that were being contested in the courts and needed special attention on account of the big amount at stake. The sport knew of this, and in order to make himself popu lar in his own eyes formed the idea of intercepting the mail in connection with the business affair. It chanced that about this time a settlement was offered by one of the persons on condition that it should be accepted immediately. This offer was tho first thing taken, and for the next week the contents of it were published pretty thoroughly in the city At length, when things ncared a climax, the facts were confessed, but that did not.prevent tho outlay of $5,000, because the offer was not accepted sooner. Springfield Republican A Wugmi Load of Coin. The banks are getting down to hard pan, and nobody realizes it more keenly than a.Holyoke real estate broker, who sold a piece of property to the Roman Catholic church authorities in this city He received ucheck for $1,100 from Bishop O'Reilly on a Springfield bank and presented it for payment The teller could not pay him in bills and urged him to take a ceitificato of deposit, which however, lie would not have Consequently he was obliged to get an express wagon and a number of soap boxes to convey to Holyoke the metal which he received. Ho got $(500 in gold coin and 800 silver dollars. Safely-iHolyoke with his precious load, he could not induce his bank to take it, and has been forced to pay the coin out in the transaction of business. Springfield Homestead ,'' C:iiuc ll-fur lit vengo. One' day while proceeding up a canyon in tho Ralon mountains a largo silvertip h.ir and her cub leaped out and made a rush up tho sloping sido of tho valley. There were three in our party, and every Winchester began to talk very earnestly and excitedly. The cub tumbled dead the first fire. I call him a cub, but tho truth is ho was more than half a3 laigo as his uut'.lier and weighed 210 pounds. Tho old lady did not show any injury, nud the nonient tho young ono tumbled she timed and camo back square in the teeth of r,he rifles, and seizing her dead cub in mouth as a eat does u kitten raised it fairly clear the ground and cantered up the hill no easy matter, as aside from the 240 pounds of limp and dragging weight she had to force her anxious, loving way through oak brush which in many in- stances might have detained a steer She got fairly away albeit wo fired several shots after tho cub fell. Wo hod just reloaded the magazines of our Winchesters and were communing as to taking tho trail of tho old bear, which showed wido and clear in broken bushes and disturbed oak leaves and pine needles, when looking up we beheld our game coming- back straight for us. Sho meant business, too. Her red nud steaming tongue lolled out of her half open mouth, and her eyes, partially closed in rage, would havo seemed quizzical in expression were it not for the ferocity which leaped and flashed in d their depths, like sheet lightning some cloud 6creon. She came straight to us, and wo settled her troubles at the first fire. We found the cub up on the divide. Sho had carried it at least sixty rods, with two bullet holes in her shaggy hide, as we found when we skinned her. Kansas City Star. Tin- - MiiIIil-- i lii-n- r nk h-- GLOVERPORT, KY, USItOMANTlO BIDDERS. drupel for A French AVI ne. D I II, produce tho lightest and most limpid wine. .Moreover, by plucking the grapes when the early morning sun is upon them they uro believed to yield a fourth nioro juice. Later on in tho day, too, despite all precautions, it is imjxw-sibl- o to prevent soino of the detached , grapes from which frequently suffices to give a slight.cscess of color to. the. must a thing especially to be avoided in a high class champagne. partially-fermenting- horticulturist claims that the graje8 gathered at sunrise always boy. A suit of clothes was held tin bv the New Way ot I'ropacatluf; Hydrangea. A new way of propagating Hydrangea Paniculata consists of using tho flower buds as cuttings. The buds root readily, provided they aro taken off with a heel. If grown in small pots and forced these small plants can be made very effectivo for decorative purposes, ns they flower almost immediately. Notes and Newt. The fruit crop is a short one in England. Oregon claims a big potato crop. At a meeting before tho committee on markets of tho board of aldermen of New York tho representatives of various branches of trade opposed, without exception, the projosed ordinance directing that all fruits and vegetables bo sold in that city by weight. According to an English exchange the custom of tree planting by school children on a certain day in each year known as "Arbor day," has been imported from America into Australia, in accordanco with tho decision of tho minister for public instruction. It is claimed that Colorado is ono of the best potato growing sections of the country. There is a full yield of apples only in a circumscribed section of tho west. Almost all of .he good apples this season :.re west of tho Mississippi river. The iniportanco of tho California fruit crops can hardly bo overestimated this i ? The cucumber pickle crop of thn west is reported as being short. A gunner in the Royal artillery has just died at Woolwich who, a few years "How much d'yo bid?" Those nearest tho stand felt the cloth and examined tho clothes carefully, then a bid was offered, and another, and so on until tho hummer fell. Mrs. Mulligan must own a 6econd hand clothing store, for sho bought a great deal of clothing. "Lot No. 847 ono coat and vest How much d'ye bid?" came tho monotonous formula of tho auctioneer. "Lemmo bee, cheviot orwhat? What's it made off" asked Mrs. Mulligan. She examined it closely for a moment with an eager face. Then sho said in a disappointed way: "It's got a hole in it." Yes, sure enough, there was a small hole iu tho coat, right abovo the upper outside pocket. Tiio auctioneer pressed his finger on tho spot for a moment and then remarked in n matter of fact voice: "I guess that's where the bullet went through." Tho coat and vest were sold, and when some poor fellow buys them ho will nevet know that a bullet onco pierced his coat and reached a man's heart "Where's lot 880?" asked tho auctioneer. Tho assistant handed up n package-wrappein a dirty pieco of yellow paper. It was untied, and with a clattering noiso a lot of revolvers and knives fell out on tho table. Big revolvers, little revolvers, old fashioned ones, self cocking affairs, Colls, Smith & Wessons, bulldogs, American and European makes, daggers, bowio knives, stilettos, bright, rusty, all kinds and in all conditions, and tho sight was enough to send u chill through a man. Tho peoplo who were gathered in that room, however, did not see anything suggestive in this, and offered their bids on each weapon as it was put up as though it were an every day occurrenco with them. Then pawn tickets, for small amounts generally, were 8old for twenty-fiv- o and thirty centa npiece. When tho last article had boon sold tho auctioneer said: "Tho sals is ended, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for your courtesy. I hope to seo you soon again." Now York Sun. A genenu meeting or tho directors or tho eighteen chief observatories in, the world will meet in Paris in March next to make their final arrangements before beginning tho great photographio atlas of tho heavens, divided into numerous Tho atlas will consist of from fcones. 1,800 to 2,000 leaves, representing 42,080 large Bquares comprehending tho superficies of tho celestial sphere. nn unit, a Tim I'uraoii'ii roptihirlty. It is a common saying that you can judge a man by his visiting card. A lately arrived rector not ten miles from Boston left his cheap, printed card at the house of one of his parishioners and his neatly engraved one tit another's The houses were respectively in unfashionable and fashionable quarters of the city But the parishioners happened to be cousins. They ' met, they compared cards as women will and that rector now wonders why he is growing in with some of his parishioners. t Boston Traveler. Munkacsy. the Hungarian painter, lost his summer vacation for a rather peculiar reason. He had been commissioned to paint the ceiling for the museum at Vienna, which, on being placed in position, was found to be too small by three or four feet, and Munkacsy was forced to repair to his studio and make the work satisfactory A species of porous terra cotta tiling Is rapidly coming into use. Sixty thousand j .SuM'rpt.!IIIty In , Of several parsons 'who-Iiavbecu equally expose 1 to chilly weather one takes a fatal Vol 1. while thejitherrt are wholly unaffected. When scarlet fever or diphtheria intent :t f unily itsfs a rare thing for all t'le members to bo attacked. The great majority la, grippe during its I e prevalence. And' the same is true of epidemics of v.ery kind and degree. i This difference is mainly due to'rtlffer-- . enco in perron: rupeeptibility. Vliif tfted or acquired. Disease invades the. body at noiuts where its life forces lire weak ened. Such u lowering of the yitul re sistance in:ty ihite back for generations. ' This is one reason for the abounding ' mortality of infants, so immensely bo- yond that i'i $h. yonn j of sohui of, the , lower animal. Many per,souBvb"o shirt . with small power of roslstniu'e carry it through life. Their only liqpo- is constant care and freedom from uxposuro. But or tin we who reach aijulrage the greater part may be supposed to have inherited an average measure o'f physical soundness. Whence their susceptibility to disease? It comes frqm physical transgression, either positive or nega, tive. Sleep, for instance, is a fundamental condition of hi.'h health. Notln'nfc can make up for n deficiency of It Lack of food does not begin to equal , luck of sleep in its power to depress vitality, and so to render the system liable to any prevailing disease. Still insufficiency of food is a great depressant, aild may exist where it is least expected, for the food must be such as to supply the daily waste of all the tissues brain, nop'e. bone, muscle and fat besides' furnishing heat forming fuel. Many a person who sits at a luxurious tablo is not half fed. Youth's Companion. Dn-nul'Alilvrlcalin, Americans are the best dressed men of all nations that wear what Is known ns European attire coat, pants and vest. The English are outlandish and the French too foppish, but tho American is known throughout Europe by tho quiet richness and practical fit of his clothing. I often reflect upon this when' lounging about the brilliantly lighted assembly room of tho Southern hotel, as I noto tho faultless attire of tho gentlemen, particularly those from tho east and tho large cities of tho central states, as thoy spend a half hour before going out to tho theatre or other engagement Tho English tourist, with ids nbominablo "fit," Is as easily repognized as a western miner. A New Yoi ker can bo told at sight; so can a Chicago man; the latter moro by his manner perhaps than his clothes. Interview in St. Louis e, 1 a Globe-Democrat WALL -- : PAPER! :- The Largest Stock - ' Lowest Prices. l&m m IXTo-w strLd. - Beautiful Designs for: the Sprinyrade, v.-- you want Wall Taper, we will make it lo 'your interest to cx- - rniine our stock and pr'ccs;. Send for samples. JJSTO. D. BABBAGE, CLOVERPORT, KY I''rlchtt-n-(- l to Denth. C. W. Dunham, a prominent Kensing- dollars' worth of it was recently put into one building in New York city Exerts suy. however, that as far as fireproof floors are concerned alternate layers of plank and cement form the most impenetrable of constructions There are growing on a farm in San Antonio, Cal., two largo fig trees that are as old as tho state. They aro thirty feet in height have a very largo spread and are marvels of productiveness. It is thought they will yield 1,000 pounds of fruit each. ago, was left a legacy of 10,000. Ho was quito n young man, and spent tho whole of hi- - fortune in three years, at tho end of which timo ho was absolutely penniless. As a hist resort lie enlisted iu the army and was sworn into the Royal artillery. In the debate on the navy estimates in the French chamber M. Itaspoli stated that France had fewer lighting bIiIih than in IN7I, although between then and now sho ha-- extended on tho navy $200,-000,0- t t "' in excess of that spent by the powerH of the triple, nlliaucp. Baron Hindi, whoso enormous wealth as well as his intimacy with tho Princo of Wales has brought him into publicity, is CO years old. Ho is the son of a wealthy mercliant of Bavaria, who was ennobled in 1809. Tho baron's principal residenco is In Paris, but a great part of . his .time i8.spent In England. For a cold on tho lungs lay a cloth on tho chest which has first been wrung out in boiling water and sprinkled with turpentine. Something Like Leuther. Student (from Pontefract, alias Pom-freI say, professor, whatever did they make soldiers' shoes of In Cicsar'a time? i . Professor Of leather, I presume. Was there anything moro suitablo in those days, do you think? Student No; but not the kind we use, you know. '0v do you think tho h'Idea of .March would 'avo answered? Puck. t) I A Cur tin with 710 IttiiHHiMiiH. Apropos to the fact that Ameslmrry claims n cactus with 41 blossoms and Georgetown ono with over a 100 it is Interesting to know that in this city there Is one with 710 blossoms on News. bios-Bom- American Shear the Uoat. English scissors arc still called for by ladies, but tailors and othors using scissors in their daily work havo long sinco ceased to look for the Sheffield mark. This is very significant, and tho fact that a tailor (nsibts on American made shears is a great compliment, as the very best articlo is needed In cutting out garments. Ten years ago English scissors brought double an apparently similar article of Amorican make. Now the Charm Autograph. most costly shears in theso days are of Count Enzenherg, tho Hessian chargo homo manufacture, and every year a greater quantity of them is being ex- d' affaires iu Franco, had ono hobby tho ported. It is the boast of an eaotem collecting of autographs of famous men. house that they ship shears regularly to On ono of the pages of tho Hessian's alSheffield, and by so doing discount the bum the statesman Guizot had written: "All through my long career I have oft repeated story and fiiblo about ''shipping coals to Newcastle" Interviow in learned to forgive much and ofteu, but to forget nothing." St. Louis Tho sentiment is not n Christian one, nor Is It notable for its worldly wisdom. A Speech That Woi Not Heard. It is strange that Guizot, who was a proOnco a speech that wua to be delivered by a well knefft political orator in Mu- - fessed Christian and reputed to bo world8ic ,m" never reached tiio public, nl-- I ly wise, should have written it His though it had been carefully prepared rival Tliiers must have noticed tho Inand was In typo In tho offices of all tho consistency, for underneath it ho wrote: "A little shortness of memory cannot morning dailies.. Tho speaker was present at the meeting all ready to address detract from tho sincerity of forgive-nei-s.- " the great audience, but the timo conBismarck, whilo Prussiun ambassador sumed by the speakers who were given precedence was 60 great and tho audi- at Paris, being asked to write something ence so wearied that tho hall was cleared on the fame page, wrote: "As for myself, oxistenco has taught before tho presiding officer had a chance to do moro than to shout after tho re mo to forgot many things, and to get treating forms that the meeting was id- - myself forgiven for a great many more," Youth's Companion. journed. Boston Transcript. Globe-Democrat ton man. died from the effects of nn accident which happened to him Saturday morning while working ut his occupation as a butcher. Mr. Dnnliiun was dressing n hog, and as he drew tho body toward him a knife, which lay unnoticed upon tho bench, w:is thrust into his groin, cutting an artery. Dr. Gillin, of Berlin, was sent for, and when he arrived it was found that surgical aid was necessary, and Drs. Lyon and Comings, of New Britain, were summoned. The flow of blood was checked, tho wound was dressed and the patient left in a comfortable condition. During tho night Mr. Dunham awoke, and, thinking ho was bleeding again, sent for Dr. Gillin, but when tho doctor arrived Mr. Dunham had passed away. This led the doctor to believe that another artery must have been cut, so an examination was held this afternoon, and as no trace of nrterial blood was found upon the bandage it was certain that the man had not bled to death, and the only theory given is that, as the patient was very weak from loss of blood, the sudden thought that he was bleeding to death caused a shock which stopped tho pulsations of tho heart, or, in other words, tho man was frightened to death. 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Martin's drug store. pro-eurMrs. Ryan, wife of Mr. Cart Ryan, Tobinsport, Ind., died Monday of consumption Mr. Robert Townscnd, of Texns, is visiting the family of Mr. anil Mrs. W. 8AN FRANCISC ), CAL. II. Bowmcr. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.r. Mr. John Burks, of Henderson, and Mr. L. L. Smith, of Owensboro, wero in tlio city Sunday. . A. S. KNGI.lSn.Vrop'r, Mr. F. L. McKernnn, of Adairvillc, KY. CLOVERPORT, spent a few days in the city during tho v Sample! Ho""'. per day, liidiidlnit the located. Hoarding bv Mealweek, Including past week. 10 cent.. SlnKlc room an J bed, Mr. C, C. Martin, tlio popular druggist of this city, went to Uniontown Inst AVcdnesdayto visit his father. lrusf-gist- s. Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tlio taste, and acts promptly on tlio Kidneys, ivor and Bowels, cleanses tlio system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of PJga is the only remedy of its kinu ever produced, pleasing to tlio taste and acceptable to the 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. made- it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for silo in 50c and $1 bottles by all lending Any reliable dr'ugi'Ut who o may not have it pn hand will i? promptly for nny cue who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. - OPm ENJOYS Prof.T. J. McAuliir went to Garrett Friday to spend Sunday with his family. Key. I. B. Timbcrlnke, of New Albany, arrived in tho city Monday. Messrs. O. T. .Sklllman and William Bowmer have gonu to Owensboro. Mrs. Anna Brown spent a few days in Holt's Bottom Inst week. There were no services at any of the churches in this citj on gundny last. Miss Eillo Duncan went to Ilawesvillo last Wednesday. Mrs. W.G? Smart went to Holt's Hot-toi- n last Weelnewhiy. Cbas. Satterllcld, of Victoria, wns in tho city lust Saturday. L. D. Dowcll, of Sample, was in the city Moriday. "A stitch in timo saves nine," und if you take Hood's Sarsnparilla now it may nave months of future possiblo sickness. Geo. W. Jordan has rented Dr. Payn-ter.'- s residence and will occupy it as soon as repairs have been made. D'Huy & Martin have leased tho Cloverport planing mill and will put it in operation tho first of next week. Hnve you bought your seeds? If not, now is your time, nt Bowmcr & Hnmblc-ton's. Holt's Bottom. WITH A LAND THAT FL0W8 MILK AND HONEY. A Beautiful Fen OUR SIDE-SHO- W. LEND A- - YOUR jT WJ5 Picture of this most Lovely Valley. Ill tlio Well Known Cburlor-Jinir-m- il CnrrcfHiolietnit avii) nrel. "outler-Journnl. US In addition to the regular entertainment on the first floor of our building, where tho best Clothing for Men, Hoys nnd Children is being daily slaughtered, wo lmvo on exhibition on tho second floor something entirely now and never before seen, that is, our new output for Spring, the handsomest stock of Clothing Early buyers or parties from out of we over manufactured. town are invited. . ONLY EAR f WANT IT LONG ENOUGH TO WIIISPEK INTO ITS DEPTHS THAT ZFUfilEaH HOUSS Ccn-trlll- Dr. J, M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, Office over D. Hambkton's Saddlery and IV llarnc Store. CLOVERPORT. KY. J. C. BUSH, ii1 I; v j" II. TAYLOB, wTs. TAYLOB. b fa: i Frederica Street. DENTISTS Orer Zulaufs Jewelry Store OWENSBORO. J. H. Taylor & Co.. KY. P--" j - 5y DrTsTS. Watkins, Physician Office & Surgeon, Cloverport, In Dr. W. B. White's Building Ky. Up stair8. Announcement. i;- VT - FOU THIS LBOISLATOIIK. We arc authorlicd to announce the lion. TICK SubTOLLY. a a candidal for the LcgWatnre. ject to the action of the Democratic party. ' Breckenridge News. ."WEDNESDAY, MARCH LOCAL 4, 1891. l.Ft vi.i 3 BREVITIES. ' 1 " B Y ,r l: l- - WL rrJ . r R'-- N - JOT. v . TdtSt. fer. Jiallard'B Best Flour at Vcbt'g. Ballard's Best Flour at Vest's. Ballard's Best Flour at Vest's. Ballard's Best Flour nt Vest's. .1. M.Bell was in the city last week. David Culley was in the city Monday. Come to the Bankrupt House for your flW, sugar, coffee, molasses, etc. Come to the Bankrupt House for tobacco, cigars and confectioneries. See the new styles of writing paper at Babbago's. Drawing tablets, 5 and 10 cents, at Babbago's. BoWmer & Hambleton have the lead in children's clothing. Bowmcr & Hambleton are headquarters for laces, edgings and white goods. David Isome has his paper changed this week from Radford to Mowcqua, 111, Bowmcr & Hambleton keep Indies' base from 5 cents up. Bowmcr & Hambleton lend them all in cheap shoes. Mr. Michael Blain, of Stophensport, called on the News Friday. Bowmcr & Hambleton have the largest stock of goods. Bowmcr & Hambleton haver the cheapest goods in town. You will find choice timothy liny cheap at Bowmer & HambletonH. For Northern seed jnitatoes jjo to Bowmer & Hambleton. For all kinds of garden seed call on Bowmer & Hambleton. If you want eating potatoes you will find thorn nt Bowmcr & Hamblcton's. High gindo of coffees at Bowmcr & Hamblcton's. For whito ear corn call on Bowmer & Hambleton. For groceries of nil kinds go to Bowmer & Hambleton., Northern whito onts direct from Iown for sale at Bowmcr & Hambletoii's. Call on Bowmer & Hambleton for bar gains. llov. Father Henncssy went to Louisville Tuesday. Judge Board, of Hardinsburg, was in town Tuesday. Dr. J. A: Moorman, of Adairvllle, was .in the city last week visiting friouds. Mr. H. II. Biashcar, of Owensboro, was in the city last week. Mr. Wash Holt, LouiBville, was in the ,eity last week. Miss Mary E. Bowmor, of Hardins- burg, is visiting friends nt Barboijrsville, It. B. Tierce has rented tlio Holmes property. Miss Magfdo Brandenburg is the guest of her brother, Mr. Cnl. Brandenburg. Hoy. J. V. Gregory, of Whito Plains, Hardin county, was in tho city Monday. Br. S. II. Adkisnon is able to he out on erntohes. C. W. Moorman went to Louisville Monday. Robf. L. Oelws is studying law under Jtulge J. A. Miffray. Mrs. G. B. Whito left Sunday night her former home at Phillipsburg, N. J., to remain during the summer. Mr. J. K. McCraekcn was in city Friday looking after tho interest of tho brick plant, which is to be located bore. The second quarterly meeting of tlio Cloverport M. E. church will be held in tiiis city next Saturday and Sunday, March 7th and 8th. Dr. Clias. Payntor has rented the house now occupied by G. W. Jordan, and office of tho Into Dr. W. B. Paynter, and will locate in our city. Mr. James Lay and Mrs. Powers, a Widow lady residing at Camp Anderson, were married last Thursday at Mt. A'cr-no- n church, Rev. Penrod officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Iny will reside in this city. Mr. A. M. Weidman, of Paynesvillc, Mcado county, writes under date of Feb. 24th: "Find enclosed SI for my renewal to tho BitECKKNitinaE Nr.ws, tlio best, neatest, nicest county paper in the State." All of which is very much appreciated by the News. An entertainment and concert, indrama cluding Clement Scott's one-ac- t entitled "Tho Cape Mail," and Henry J. comedy drama enByron's thrcc-ac- t titled "Uncle," will bo given at Fisher's Hall about March 13th, for tho benefit of the Methodist church, Messrs. Wulfson and Hafely, of Louisville, are contemplating the establishment of n cigar fnctory in this city. It will probably bo a stock concern, and will do business under tlio corporato name of Tho Cloverport Cigar ComSoveral of our citizens have pany. taken stock in tho enterprise At a meeting of tho stockholders of the Cloverport Paving Brick and Manufacturing Company, on Tuesday Inst, enough stock was subscribed to'iusure tho establishment of tho plnntabout $30,000 being subscribed by the residents of Cloverport. Articles of incorporation will bo filed this week, and the plant will bo in operation by the first of for May. Malaria produces Weakness, General Pcbi'ity, Biliousness, Loss of Appetite, ' -- Indigestion und Constipation. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is a perfect Antidote for Malaria and removes tho causo which produces theso troubles. Removes Biliousness without purging. Is as largo as any Dollar Tonic, and retails for 50c, Is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup. Try it, and you will bo delighted. There aro many imitations. To get the genuine, ask for Grove's. Nover fails to euro Chills. Sold by all druggists. Many of our progressive people have felt tho need of a modern educational system for young children in our city, and an effort to establish a Kindergarten is probably inoro Immediately in line with tho wants of tho community tlinn anything eh. Thoso who aro interested in such an undertaking will feel an active interest in tho enterprise of Airs. Judge Murray looking to tho securing of a competent Kindergarten teacher and the equipment of a Kindergarten hero. A meeting at tho residenco of Judge Murray, with this end in view, will probably bo announced soon. Mrs. Cowdcn went to Jeffersonvillo, Thursday,, to attend the funeral of her nephew, Mr. Thco. Howell, who died there last Wednesday. Mr. Howell was well known in this city, having lived hero during his early boyhood. Ho was thirty-fiv- e years old, and leaves a wife and four children. .Saturday's Louis-vill-o Absolutely Pure. Post says: "Thb funeral of TheoA cream of tartar baking powder. dore Howell, yesterday, was very largo, Highest of all in leavening strength. and tho Presbyterian church was packed. U,S. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889. Tho remains, preceded by tho Uniform Rank and Hope Lodgo, Knights of PythDentistry. ias, wero taken to Walnut Hill Cemo-ter- y B. White,' Dentist, Louisville, Dr. W. and placed in tho vault." Ky., will bo In Cloverport, tho 7, 8, and proThe President has approved the r.cl 0th of March, 1891r to practlco his fession. Decaying teeth treated, filled for a public building at Richmond, Ky. and saved. Artificial Dentures made in tho most approved stylo, --'.rtificial Many Persons teem owyiottKkvml crowns of gold or porcelain inserted on Aw broken dowa wwe natural roots. PriceB reasonable. Rooms Brown's Iron Bitters at Kapjier Hotel. cei of Ml?. d cnrw mIrl. art ibe jenius -- '.".-- - If there be a regular Goshen In tho State of Kentucky, a land Mowing witli milk and honey, corn and oil, it is this delightful valley of tho Ohio. "Holt's Bottom" begins a short distance below Stophensport and ends a short distance nbovo Cloverport ; thcro is not a valley in the State thai surpasses it for beauty and fertility : the opposite bank of tho Ohio is fringed by n chain of hills equivalent in length with the valley on tho Kentucky side, and in the spring-time- , when the flowers of May promise the fruition of October, the prospect is as lovely as imagination can picture, and in autumn, when foliage takes on the brilliant hues that evidence decay and precede death, the scene is magnificently gorgeous. Hero all the vegetation of tlio temperate zono flourishes in an abandon of prodigality. Tho grains corn, wheat, oats rye, tobacco, tho grasses, fruits, flowers and vegetable, spring up if tlio soil be but tickled, and when it is recollected that the valley is in n high state of cultivation, it suggests the plenty of tho fat years of Biblical Egypt. The population is sturdy, energetic and thrifty. Addison, Minor, Burke, Holt, Stephens, Hardin, Gross, Reidel, Miller, Smith and Smart, are tho names of some of tho inhabitants. The farm of Capt. A. J. Gross, embracing over 700 acres and iocaicu in tnc nenrt oi tne valley, is in a high stato of cultivation and perhaps is not surpassed in beauty and fertility by any farm in tho State. Not an acre js subject to overflow and every foot of its bottomless sandy loniri will produce in abundance any and all tho vegetable products of our climato. Tho 200 acres, seeded to wheat Inst fall, will not bo excelled this side tlio Pacific cosist. Tho elegant new mansion, erected upon a commanding elevation, gives a magnificent viow of tho valley, the river and the opposite hills. The lawn in front of tho house contains many jirand forest trees beech, maple and ash baronial in their statc-linesTho house ha,s all tho modern improvements pertaining to tlio city water-pips- s mansions gas, hot and cold bathrooms, closets electric bells, etc. The view of the river from tho portico is ravishing, and the day is never so hot, or the night is never so sultry, that a refreshing bicczo from the Indiana hills, passing over the silvery waves of the beautiful Ohio, does not fan the front elevation of tlio residence. Capt. Gross after giving four years, and tho best years of his life, to tho Lost Cause, entered the peaceful walks and dovelopcd an energy, and industry and a sagacity that would command, business in any station of life, and success attended his every venture, till y he is nn independent man, free to follow the bent of bis own inclinations. Ho bus two hobbles ono is his magnificent Holt Bottom Farm and the other tho success of tho Democratic party and tho triumph of Democratic principles. A born man of affairs ho will gravitate from busines8 to politics and take alternato whirls in each till death takes a whirl with him. Just now ho is more intent on bearing a hand in tho uomiiiation and election of Cleveland in 1892 than in tho production of 8,000 bushels of wheat in 1891. Mrs. Gross, tho excellent woman to whom ho is happily married, is that rare woman, the friend, as well as the wife, of her husband, believing in him and cheering and encouraging him in triumph, and in disappointment. A friend of both, I take pleasure in paying this tribute to tho household upon my first Visit to their roof tree. miles from Situated only sixty-seve- n Louisville, with tho improvements constantly making in rapid transit, tho day is not distant when Louisville merchants, bankers, manufacturers and professional men will dwell in Holt's Bottom, and with perfect convenience, spend their business hours in the city and their lois-ur- o timo at homo. Before tho century closes tho trip and this valley will bo regularly made within an hour's time. Touching matters political in this neck of tho woods, tho Breckcnridgo Democracy is a brood of bluo hen's chickens. Long ago they renounced tho devil nnd his works, and tliey know who tho devil is and what his works uro. Like nil agricultural counties, Breckenridge is full of ' Holt, K v., Feb. WE WILL Sulzers " WE WILL WINTER "Old Reliable" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, K Y RETURN RETURN Am going to IT S. X . IT . . ,i ' . X' x X X Drive things. DHW-N- It's great weather and wo moan to lead the, parade'. ' ' agricultural classes, is suffering mainly becauso of excessive and dishonest taxation, tho yeomanry of Breckonridgo coun ty want to reduco tariff taxes the very first thing nnd reform other matters at S.wov.inu. leisure moments. "Wheelers;" but the great majority of their order ns more sothem look cial and protective than political. Except the Republican members of the Wheel, tho great body of the organization want no independent political movement nnd w ill have none of it. Recognizing thnt tho country, especially tho uj-o- ' ' ' i S AT ONCE Notice ! This column for AT ONCE. s. them to be unsurpassed in clearness and brilliancy. In fact they arc the best have ever used. glasses J W. D. Bloxham. of Florida. guaranteed Itf All eyes fitted nnd fit G. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky. nor Hawkes Dear Sir: I have thoroughly tested the glasses you adjusted to my eyes some timo ago, and find Mn. A. K. BargainS The best Chilled Plow made 'or .t6.5?. "f :' - A.f A First-clas- s Nd. for if 7 1 Coal Cook Stt.ve 1. 00'. You Must MOOLEYVILLE. Mr. Martin Grecnwcll is remodeling his dwelling. Dr. O'Bryan is having a large practice and splendid success. Mr. George Jarboo has a new residence in course of erection. We are in great need of new pavements, especially to tho postoillce. Mr. Frank Buren, of Bowling Green, is visiting relatives and friends at this place. t Rev. Gregory dcliveied a splendid sermon at tho Cunningham school-hous- e last Sunday. bchool Mr. Charles Cunningham's last Friday. He has given uniclosed versal satisfaction. Mr. Con. O'Bryan's school closed last week. He talks of entering school at Valparaiso, Ind. Messrs. Davis Cunningham and Bob Redman have returned from a business trip to Louisville. Mr. Clias. Kaufman, of Ilawesvillo, was circulating nmong the fair sex in our villago last week. Mr. Stevio Mills is moro than happy. A "wee girl" came to bless his home last Sunday morning. is on a boom nt this placo, the second shop having been erected for tho business. Misd Alma Mitchell is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lena Vebsel, of Owensboro. She will remain till spring. A few cases of la grippe and dropsy, but the general health of our villago is much improved since our last writing. Mrs. R. E. Mattingly has returned homo ufter a pleasant visit to her father, Mr. Dick Mattingly, near Falls of Sinking. Miss Etta Parr and Mrs. Ellen Stiff (neo Bandy) contemplate visiting relatives and friends in New Amsterdam soon. Mr. W. S. Carttand family have left tho river and returned to their home near Union Star for the benefit of their Hoon-shavinir Since it is a self evident fact that you must Eat to Live, or Live to Eat, we desire to present to your economical consideration our complete-stoc- k Avery's C. O. S'eel Plow for .f7.oo. of iA Eat! :- s, Gallon B: ckct for 7 15 c. No. Step Stove, .$7.00. Fine Large Dish Pan 20 c. Two Pie Pans, Two Cups 5 5 c. " Careful Selection, Reasonable Prices, Pure Goods, Appeal to your . GENERAL GROCERIES, ' : Eeason -:- Pocket -:- - c. Health - R. E. MOORMAN. Brockcnridge News Building, CLOVERPORT, KY. Distons' Cross Ci.t Saws, 35 c. per foot. to-da- II ics, Rakes, Forks and anything used by Gardners and Farmers All kinds of Hardware than ever. Alrxandrr's Hotel,; Seventh and Market Streets, . cheaper Louisville, - - - KeritTJiclvtj. Anything made out of Tin or Iron. Tin and Iron Roofing. Pumps of all kinds. Don't buy anything in my line e. until ou see me, for I will sell, Having sold out our entire interest in tho hotel on Jeflerson sheet, we have removed to our old stand that we occupied for years so successfully at Seventh and Market streets, aro now fitting it up in elegant shape now throughout, and tho outfit in every way will bo elegant, including ono of Halo's Safety Passenger and Baggage Elevators with all tho lato improvements. Wo want all of our old friends to come and seo us in our old home. We promise you that our Rooms, Table and Servico shall bo second to none in the land. " My wife, Mrs. Jo. 15. Alexander, wants to bo remembered to all her lady blends, and she will he glad to see them and give them a hearty reception, ' FARE $2.00 PER DAY. ) JO. B. ALEXANDER, Manager. J.L. Miller, CLOVERPORT.KY I'm a bitter pill for my Competitors, but they will have to swallow me ! 9V Notice. I have secured the tervlcea of Mr. Chii. II. i Miller, D. S., under Mr. J. S. DeJernette, to assist me in winding up my business as All person indebted to me for taxes up to and inoluding the year 181)0, are requested to tett'e with lilui. just the same as the; would with myself. As I am anxious to bring my business as sheriff to a close, and must collect up the unpaid taxes in order to uicet with him Dy settling my indebtedness. promptly you will greatly obllgi one that is under many obligations to the people of Breckhealth. enridge ouunty, for past favors bestowed upon Tho copious rains of tho past few him. Yours respectfully, D. II. SEVEKS, Ex-weeks havo kept Yellow Bank on a tear, "SI js . POWDER & and the roads arc a perfect loblolly. It does not prevent travel, however. Tho latest attraction at James Cunningham's is a girl baby, which recorded its claim to citizenship a few days ago. Crafton wears n smile all over his face.' A young lady remarked that she had tho "spring fever." From tlio amount of matter in envelopes and packages wo sco pass through our until, it must bo tho "Tennesseo fever." Wo hope not, but wo nro afraid wo'll havo to part with bar ero the buds swell and burst and begin to show their velvety shoots. Eggs for Sale. I have the single Comb White Leigborn Chicken and can furnish Eggs at f 1.00 for settiug at the pen, or $1.50 per setting by express. My ohfokens are pure stock and the Satisfaction belt layers In the country. guirantced. Addpess DAVIS 0. JOHNSON, Bewleyville, Ky. r;"rajapp This is that remarkable Plow that Brinley built. We have this Plow in three sizes, and tho public is becoming more and more attaphed to them every day. A years experience in handling lhisPlpw lm proven Wo tp us tho man who needs an all Steel Plow has nt last been found.' ' '. to the" man thnt expects to use say - For Sale! I?orSale, ly' in.ule. further particulars address J. K. KKITII & SON, t, M r a two year old Stallion, by Ilowll is hands 3 Inches liljfh, wcUand heaviKy. mile eif Ono In FERTILIZERS, on his oats, that the Cincinnati Desiccating goods lmvo no superior, nnd our prices aro as low ns the lowest. Tho remarkablo success that wo havo had in selling these ggods in tho past three years, has fully demonstrated to us that they have fully met t)io requirements of tho Farmer, All wo ask is a chance- in tho field with any Fertilizers on tho market. Wo have got the goods to sell nnd Fertilizers at wo aro selling them too. It is useless to nny prico. Give us a call. buy-worthless Real Estate Transfers. - Lewis Lightfoot tp Harvey Owen, 1 lot, $35. Mineral Center Gas Cd. to W. II. Bowmer and others, 12 town lots, East end, acres, well IrvliiKton,K..ciintiilnliiK with if yminjf apple trees on It. One mllo of Irvington, Ky., containing 14a in acres, well Improved, une in two inues oe ervinR-to- r Ky., containing 101 acres In ood state cultivation. One In one.quaYter mile of and Ky., containlnir 50 acres, nn Either of the aboe will be soli linpreiveenents. on easy terms. Call on or address Irvington, ky. II. M. JOI-I.115 one-rm- lf ' four Parens onchalf SoM. Death of Robert Hendricks. 1 II. A. Oelzo to Ida Welsenberger, town lot, 75. Wo nro again called to record tho death of ono of our best citizens, Robert Hendricks, which occurred on tho 21st of February. Ho had reached the ago CongresThe National Democratic of years and had lived from his birth in sional Committee has decided to help in this county. Mr. Hendricks was a quiet, Stato elections thin year. useful nnd industrious citizen, faithful in his duties, to his family, his church AgaWT 1POCKBT AtXANAO and his country, respected by all who MKMORANDUM HOOK knew him, and loavlng behind him an honorable name and reeorel. B. F. BEARD . 1 Jfit'.,VJittT CO. .J HARDINSBURG, KY. gcuerut ktorM1 .i7 it - jvjwt , I. yw,, - -a-r-f WT T, ffT lSHf-a5r?t- j "'Jfa' Bregkenridge News. Address to Domocratio Club's. Lkxixotox, Ky., Feb. 21, 1801. To the Democratic C'lubi of Kentucky : Tho Executive Committee of the Kentucky League of Democratic Clubs deems The Awful Experience of the tombed Miners. WiiKKsuAnnE, Pa., Feb. 24- .- The Enfive RESOLUTIONS Meeting of the County Committee. it important that these organizations he called into tho active service of the pntty for the coming campaign for Governor and other State officers, not, indeed, to guard against the possibility of defeat, hut for the more noble purpose of inculcating and disseminating our principles, and of insuring at our next general elec- I tion such a "rousing Democratic majority" as will serve to rebuke the enemies of free government tho throughout Union, and act as an inspiration for tho greater work and tho grander victory which tho party is pledged to win in 1802. Your State Central Committee, earnestly devoted to your interests and studious of methods to promote them, counsel thishtup, and assure us that they would welcome your in carrying out whatever plans they may submit for a more compact organization and a more aggressive policy. Acting as auxiliary to tho State Central Committee and in hearty accord witli it, our League of Clubs, ramifying, as it does, all parts of the State, may not only prove effective in carrying out the will of that body, but revive and intensify tho grand educational movement of 1888, when tho masses received lessons in Democratic doctrino,tliat have borne fruit abundantly within the last year. The party to which we stand opposed was never before so desperate and so extreme; and at no time in our history has it been more essential that Kentucky should sjeak out lwldiy in defense of tho principles of Democracy, the safeguard of the people everywhere. The leading measures projMxed by tho present Congress, and for the success of which the Republican party lias fought and continues to fight, despite the rebuke administered last November, were designed to continue that party in power at the sacrifice of free government and the rights of the tolling millions of tlif country. Tho Force Bill, the Tariff Measure, the shameless conduct and revolutionary methods of the partisan Speaker of the present House of Itepresentatives, the plutocratic Senate's lordly indifference to tho people's cry for financial relief all these that the Democracy of Kentucky has a higher duty than tiie mere control of our local government. We must take the van of tho struggling liust that bat tles for equal rights, and by our position and bearing inspire confidence and enthusiasm throughout the country. In many other States the Leagues of Democratic Clubs are already marshalling their fore s and getting in line, with a view of active service in the coming national contest, and we feci that Kentucky should promptly take her rightful place in the van among those who battle for civil liberty. Wo therefore recommend and urge an immediate revival of all the Clubs which arc members of the State League, and the organization of new ones throughout the State. It is probable that a State Convention of Democratic Clubs will shortly be called to meet under the auspices of the League, and it is therefore important that steps should be taken at once toward active organization, and that you put yourselves in communication with these headquarters. M. C. Alford, President of the Kentucky League of Democratic Clubs; F. A. Prague, Kentucky of National League of Democratic Clubs; Kd. Porter Thompson, Secretary. Me-Kinlto Vice-Preside- nt miners who have been entombed in tlfc mine at Janesville for nineteen days, were brought to the surface this morning. All were unconscious with the exception of Mashiskowiez, who, by the aid of an interpreter, was interviewed by a United Press reporter this morning. Ho said: "I never gave up hope, but that we would all be rescued alive, although my companions did. They recalled similar disasters in which men perished. I said let us pray to God, He will help us, and so He did. For tho first eight days wo lived on the contents of our dinner pails. We had them pretty well filled with jiork, bread and cheese. The first day I said : Now, as there is hope of being rescued, we will ration our food. It was agreed alld we got together in tho corner of tlid breast. The cold was intense ; wo had to keep crowded and hug each other to keep warm. At first wo could not drink the sulphur water, but necessity compelled us, and in the course of time we liked it. On tho ninth day our last food was gone. Wo were surrounded by water and I thought I would go on a little 1 was mighty exploring expedition. lucky. I found a dinner pail. There was Hot much in it, but what there was we lived on for two days. Then I was almost too weak to go on a foraging expedition. As n last resoit we had to kill tho rats, and they, like ourselves, were half starved and desperate. They would attack us boldly, and we had to fight them ofT. I killed three or four a day. We had no hesitancy in eating their legs. It was good food. We would certainly have starved had we not had the rats to eat. We resolved to die together rather than eat each other." Dr. Doolittle says the men will all recover their usual health. tie-bris. Tlie Democratic Committee of Breck L. Union of enrldge county, In pursuance to the call This Congressional District of I). H. Severs, Chairman, met In Feb. 10, 18D1. Present: 1). r. II. Severs, W. K. Barnes, W. I. Bamsey, We demand the alwlltlon of national Dr. J. H. Frym're, !.. It. Adkisson, Jus. banks'; we demand that the government St. Clair, L. A. Foote, John Cook, W. It. shall Establish deposi-toriesli- n or the several States which shall Moorman and John Alexander. After hearing reports from the diller-en- t loari ijioney direct to the people at a low districts, and it appearing that the rute'of interest not to exceed 2 per cent, Democracy of old Breckenridgo was In a farm products annum'bn healthy condition, oil motion of W. I. nnd'alsd on real estate with proper limitation1 upon tlie.u mity of laud and KuiiiBoy it was unanimously decided to hold a primary election on Saturday, tho amount' of money; wo demand that the amount of circulating medium bo speed- 18th day of April, 1801, for the purpose of nominating a candidate to represent ily increased to not less than $50 per this county in the next General Assemcapita. bly. It is also ordered that tho followii. ing rules laid downJy the State Central Wo demand that Congress strike at Committee, shall govern nil Democrats least 30,000,000 fractional currency for participating in said election, viz: the convenience of the people in doing That all voters who have hitherto afbusiiiess through the mail, filiated witli, and acknowledge their alin. legiance to, the Democratic party, or WiS demand that Congress shall pass pledged themselves to support the nomsuch laws as sholi effectually prevent inee of the Democratic party, shall be the dealing in future on all agricultural permitted to vote in said primary elecand mechanical products, preserving a tion. stroijg system of trials such as to secure It is further mado the duty of each thq" prompt conviction of offenders and committeeman to hold said election at the ilnjKwition of such penalties as shall liis voting place on said day, and deliver secure the most perfect compliances the poll book to tho County Chairman w ifli' the law. on or before the2:id of April, 1801. IV. I). II. Severs, Chairman. Wb endorse the free coinage measure W. K IJvitXEs, Secretary. passed by the Senate. 5 Adopei by the' F."' and n g, Valuable Farm for Salef Containing JJ00 ncrcs. 200 ncrcs cleared , 100 in fine timber, situated on the Ilardinsburg und Clover port Turnpike, two miles West of Ilardinsburg and eight miles East of Cloverport. Forty acres sown in wheat, forty ncrcs good corn ground, and twenty acres for oats, ten acres for tobacco, the remainder in grass. Improvements, one dwelling and two tenant houses, two barns, and well supplied with water tho year round, two orchards, one bearing, tho other just set out. This is a splendid farm and well. suited for raising stock. Will bo sold at a low price snd on reasonable terms. For further particulars address J. T. ROBARDS, Ilardinsburg, Ky. 1801 FRANK S.COOK. -- : LUMBER, LATHS, r i SHINGLES, DOORS, Estimates promptly made. A JOURNAL Pkintees' Ink . FOR ADVERTISERS. "- Wb demand the passage of laws prohibiting alien ownership of laud, and that Congress take prompt action to dowse borne plan to obtain all lands now owned by alien and foreign syndicates, and that all land now .held by railroads and other corporation, fn excess of such as is actually used and needed by them, bo reclaimed by the government and held for actual settlers only. VI. Specimen Cases. Wis., was. troubled witli Neuralgia and Rheumatism his Stomach was disordered, his Liver was affected to an alarming degree, fell away, and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Hitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Hurrisburg, III., hitd a running soro on his leg of eight years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Hitters and seven boxes of Hucklcn's Arnica Salva, and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawaba, 0., had livo large Fever sores on ids leg, doctors said lie was incurable. One bottlo Electric Bitters and one box Hucklcn's Arnica Salva cured him entirely. Sold bv fl. W. Short. f te n. Uillonl, ew L'assel, Believing in tho doctrine of equal rights to all and special privileges to none, we demand that our national legislation shall bo so framed in the future as not to bUihj'iip one" industry at the oxpdnsc of another ; wo further demand it removal of existing heavy tarilf tax froni necessaries of life that the poor of our land must have; wo further demand a just and equitablo system of graduated tax on incomes. We believe that the money of the countryshoiild be left as much as possible in the bunds of tho people, hence we demand that all national and State revenue shall lie limited to the necessary expense of the government economically and honestly administered. VII. The healthy growth of the baby is dependent upon its freedom from the pernicious eflects of opium. Dr. Hull's llaby Syrup is the best remedy known for the diseases of early childhood. For children tho best remedy for catarrh or influenza is Old Saul's Catairh Cure. A Charming New Book. "Character Sketches." or 'The Blackboard Mirror." is the title of a charming new book by lie v. Geo. A. Lofton, A. M., D. D., of Nashville, Tenn., witli an introductory chapter by Bishop 0. P. Fitzgerald, formerly tne gifted editor of the Christian Advocate. The work is published by the Southwestern Publishing House, of Nashville, Tenn., whose advertisement appears elsewhere in this paper. This book ought to find a home in every family, it is a veritable museum of characters, and a treasury of wit, humor, religion, philosophy, fun and morality, comomeu una interwoven as we never saw it before. It will amuse, entertain and instruct every member of the family. You miuht call it a religious or moral "Puck." The many illustrations were all drawn by the author to illustrate his lectures. Tho pictures alone arc wortli the price ol the book. When you have an opportunity, buy it and reud it. The publishers want an agent for it in ttils county. Conductor Haight Injured by a Fall. Conductor Mat Haight, of the evening e.ist bound passenger train of the L., St. nun L. & T., was painfully if not dangerously tiy a ian at .iiattingiys .Nation yes- terday afternoon. His train met a freight train at tliat point, and the latter being too lory; to take the sliding, the passenger train was backed in upon tho switch. A box car was standing on the switch, and Conductor Haight started to climb upon it to let niTthu brake when he slijv-pe- d and fell. He did not think he was much hurt at first, but after passing 0 wensboro he began to experience se ere pains in the small of the back. A physician was summoned and Mr. Haight was made us comfortable as possible until the train reached Louisville. General Passenger Agent Wikel, who was on the train, took the conductor's place during tho remainder of the run. Owensboro Messenger Feby. 21. -- Program Meade County Teachers' Association, Saturday, ' May 2d, 1891. How would you start a beginner'.' AV. A. O'Pryan, John AV. Owings, T. F. Oslwrne. Percentage. J. L. Simpson, Frank Conway, P. It. Phillips. Truo and hank discount. Prof. Hise, Ida Powell, Progression. L. A.Faur-es- t, Advantage of O'Uryau. diagraming in grammar. P. 11. Hayes, Alma Asiicraft. Methods in Geography. ComAlpha Wiles, Mrs. Youlster. F. It. O'Hryan, 11. F. Willett. mittee Klla Dow den. "W. A. ly do you good, if you have aough, Cold, or any trouble witli Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, is guaranteed to give relief, or money will bo paid back. Sufferers from La Grippe found it just the tiling and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try a sample bottle at our expense and learn for yourself just how good a tiling it is. Triul bottles free at G. Short's Drugstore, size r0c. a"hd SI Now Try This. It will cost you nothing and will sure- There's a good deal of guarantee business in the store keeping of It's too excessive. Or too reluctant. Half the time it means nothing. Words only north. This offer to refund the money, or to pay a rowiird, is made under the hoj o that you won't want your money back, and that you won't claim the reward. Of course. So, whoever is honest in making it, and works not on his own reputation alone, but through the local dealers, whom you know, must have something he has faith in tyiek of the guarantee. The business wouldn't stand a year without it. What is lacking is confidence. Hack of that, what is lacking is that clear honesty which is above the "average practice." Dr. Pierce's medicines are guaranteed to accomplish what they aro intended to do, and their makers give tho money 1'imliloii III tlm Uhr of Siihi. back if the result isn't apparent. That there should lie a fashion in perDoesn't it strike you that a medicine, fumes is much easior understood than that there should be one in soap, and which tho makers have so much confidyet it is absolutely true- that a soap ence in, is the medicine for you V fancied a year ago is disliked now. At one time we were all buying very highly WoihI Like Steel. scented soaps, prettily "enough named Jurmh wood forms the subject of an after the flowers of the hothouse or interesting article in The Kew Bulletin. thoso of the field, done up in satin like This wood, a nutivoof western Australia papers and tied witli ribbons. A violent and a of eucalyptus, has several reaction valuable pi opei ties which fit it for special doubtedlyset in after this, caused unby a health craze, and caruses, but it ii mi hard that it cannot be bolic, sulphur and tar soaps, all singueasily worked win ordinary tools. Were larly suggestive of hospital wards, had it not for t'.ie fact that ships are now tho preference. Now it is the thing to mostly built t etci I jarr.ih wood would use a soap that is absolutely without form a vidua! le material for their construction, for vessels bUiltof it have after scent, tho perfume that one desires being gained from the largo sachets that twenty-fiv- e years' sen ice been found as 6ound as when launched, although tliey envelop one'H belongings, or from the delicate odor tliut is sprayed about one's have not been Blicatlied with copper. neck or just back of one's ears. The Kew itnthoi Hies have been in comHow many people know that soap is munication vir!i w).ik- - of the Loudon vestries, and ui u result jarrali wood is mentioned in the Bible? It is, though, being tried i.i the London streets for "For though thou wash thee with natron and take thee much soap, yet thine paving purpo&'S. iniquity is marked before me." (Jeremiah H. 22). New York Sun. We Can And So to-dasiH-cie- We demand the most vigorous, honest and just Stale and- - National Governmental control and supervision of the means of public communication ami transportation, and if this control and supervision does not remove the abuse now existing we demand tho governThe trial of Judge Bclden in tho Unitment ownership of such means of com- ed States Court at Louisville last week munication and transportation. under an indictment for having made an ' VIII. overcharge of pension fees against two of That we demand of our member to his clients, attracted more than ordinary Congrcbs, Hon. A. B. Montgomery, to interest. On account of the high stand vote for any measure offered to secure ing of Judge Beldcn us a member of the any or al of these ends, and if no other Lebanon, Ky., bar, the accusation against member offers such bill or bills we de- him that he hud accepted about $400 in mand that he form and offer in the pre- the way of fees for securing n pension sent Congress such bill or bills which for a couple of his colored clients, when will, if passed, effect the desired end. ho was only entitled to $20 under the law, was a very serious cliargo. The That we ask tho State Union to pub- judge admitted on the trial that lie relish and forward a copy of these resolu- ceived about that amount of money tions to the above named member of from the pensioners, but emphatically Congress. denied that it was in the way of a fee. It was then moved by J. L. Tulbott, Tho jury, after hearing tho testimony, of Hardin county, and adopted, that the failed to agree, and the judge was held various county unions throughout the over under a bond of $00 to answer District bo requested to elect five dele- again in October next. Judge Helden gates to the District Union to be held in was tho Hepublican candidate for ConFlizabcthtowli the second Tuesday in gress in tliis district a few years ago. July, at their April meeting, or as soon A Duty to Yourself. thereafter as practicable, and to send their names to the District Secretary. It is surprising that people will use a Moved and adopted that the Kentucky common ordinary pill when they can State Union, Wheel and all other papers secure a valuablo English one for tho friendly to tho cause bo requested to same money. Dr. Acker's English pills publish the proceedings of this meeting arc a positive cure for and and that the Secretary be instructed to all liver troubles. They are small, sweet, solid a copy of these resolutions to Hon. easily taken, and do not gripe. Sold by A. B. Montgomery. G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt The District Union then adjourned to it Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. meet at Elizabethtown on the day of July, 1891. Tnos. II. Bowi.ns, It is said that Mr. Gus Richardson, of Sec. 4th Congress. Dist. Union. Meade, has encountered pretty lively opposition for the Legislature in the perCan't Sleep Nights son of Mr. T. P. CundifT, who has recentIs the complaint of thousands suffering ly announced himself a candidate for frrim Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. that exalted position. Mr. CundifT reDid you ever try Dr. Acker's English sides near tho center of the county, Itcmedy V It is the best preparation heretofore regarded as Mr. Richardson's known for all Lung troubles. Sold on a stronghold, and if that vote is divided positive guarantee at 23c. and 30c. byG. witli Gus, ho will be found hustling W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt fc mightily for the nomination. Mea.lor, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Sense Against Theory. E. M. Coleman, forme rly PresiProf. dent of West Kentucky College, Ky., and also once President of Liberty Cols lege, Texas, paid our city a visit a d ago and his old friends were to see him in the enjoyment tf restored hi tilth. Four years ago Prof. Coleman lost his health in Texas, and since that time he has been unable to attend to any business until recently. We learn from his own lips that he spent several thousand dollars under the treatment of the most eminent physifmmm iHfffllfiaRBfirlHfftrSfftHfnWfrffia cians of Texas, St. Louis, Waukeshe, FREE 1U ALL. 3 Barry, Louisville and New York and got Our Now Illutrated IS months ago ho yielded no relief. Three Catalogue of Plant, as Bulbs, vines, Shrubs, 3g to the solicitations of friends and began Trees, Small Fruits, fs Now ho using "Uoyal G. nnatuer." 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The basis of representation will be one delegate lor each 200 or fraction over 100 of the last Cleveland vote. Do not punisli -- M&W BEST LIVER s5 IT WIUJ AXSO CTJK.E C. C. MARTIN DYSPEPSIA. AND CnrtONIO CONSTIPATION. m 7 69 L!:Vi I.ewlsport l'mvir Cucc 9U 900 9 2J 9 17 AGENTS WAITED lok to your Intercuts, and wrlle fur terms to I SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO EXPERIENCED ACENTS. IMeiitlon tills pupcr. t t V,i 6 01 65 4 38 4 25 4 latc 8 47 8 32 8 22 CRANSTON OP & STOWE, - - CINCINNATI, O. 8W 417 3 60 40. 340 7 28 3 31 719 3 23 7u5tnl3 iupm 747 BANK flAHDIHSBURG Capital Stock $25,000. II. F. I1EATID. President. WILL MILLElt, M. 11. UKAHD, Cashier. SEND US S2.SO NEWS -- AND WIDE AWAKE BOTH FOU$2.60. m "T .r Aiid receive for One year the VJ6JS V4 eiTmsmL.m.m' t .tWlfVK vas SiW vpV'- Wa'HHMT fiv,m.,?mr THE V- At tho Head of Young People's Magazines. Direct M. s.'X. JHTsT' 0. W. BEAHD M01UU8 K3KIUDOK II M. JOLLY. mJiY Nrir ?n ii ru: deposits. 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Certain Chill Cura"'on n guarNotice Saw Mill Ken. antee. Any child will take it. Sold by We want to buy for cash 500.000 feet J. W. Owen. of f.ood l'onlnr lunibor, cut one inch thick by six inches wide, 12. 14 and 10 The feet long. Highland Paiik Planino Mill Co., and tho Son of a Gun from Bitter Crook Itoom 7, Tyler Building, Ihdians, who held a conference with Louisville, Ky. President Harrison last week, have ' heeled it home. A triul Cloverport, next Door below post office. DPUGO'ST Hve Little Peppers Crown Up. Cab and Caboose : the Rie of a Kallroad Hoy. Ily Kirk Monro I Ky Hy Marcartt Sidney. Pine Brick, & Poplar Shingles ly tilled. Sirliht bmuaiid, gof. a tar. I Handles, Pine Flonrintr kept nn hand Ordnm accompanied by cash promptPlow our unit men j cents ado THE PANSY, WOMtH, U ajrtar. ot the four, i j cents, Specimen of snjf one, Jno. P. BAimAOE, Publisher, Cloverport, Ky. It purifies tho whole system und thoroughly builds up the constitution. For Sale by G. W. 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