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TT REMINISCENCES. iiv Tradesman, tlfls licwipsper circulates In the homes of people buying the kind of goods you may have to sell. Moral Invite them to your store. VOL. XV. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1891. tho hcalthfulness of your climate, and many other things that will attract at- Sample Copy N0' 33' R EMEMBE R We guarantee our letter From Garfield. an oi.tvriMKn. tention. Tho circulation of a newspaper nowadays is not confined to tho immediate locality in which it is published. It goes as fast as steam can carry it to o'-er- y section of tho country, to relatives and friends who have gone from among you nnd nro now scattered over a vast extent of country, nnd in this way is read by many strangers. It is also exchanged with many other papers; iU columns are scanned by nowspaper men, and many items arc copied from it, thus giving your local afialrs a promi-nenc- o they could in no other way at- No. 13. Flour and Meal to be equal, if 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 U- - . V t r Us Crowe. Afterwards Mr. Cully, of Bran- This publication began with perhaps denburg, taught hero awhile, followed less than a dozen subscribers and less by Mr. Vineyard and Trof. Exall. than half that number of real friends to encourage him nnd to giVo him tho benTheso schools, however, were consid- efit of their influence nnd good wishes. ered inadequate to tho vants of the Indeed, there appeared to bo but little community, but there was no building inducement for such a venture, consesuitable for better. Accordingly an net quently tho hesitated to of tho Legislature was procured, ap- identify themselves, oven in sentiment, proved Jan. 28, 1872, granting a chatter with nn enterprise which was most like-- . to establish the Cloverport High School, ly to prove a failure. and in accordance with same a tnjyas voted almost unanimously en the 15th Tito field was one tho cultivation of of July, same year. which had been attempted and abandoned so often that it seemed to many A Btiitablo location was found on the imprudent, to say the least, to renew an hill, lots purchased, and in the spring of effort in that direction. But gradually 187,") tho contract for the brick work was the prospects of the enterprise improved, let to Capt. AV. W. Badger, of Hawes-vill- public spirit began to bo manifested, Rogers ft Murphy obtained the nnd substantial indorsement to some excontract for most of the carpenter work-Th- e tent was given. The community availed building was put under cover dur- more and more of the advantages it ofing the fall and completed tho next sum- fered them by its publication, and thus mer. The desks were furnished by the it managed to live; but not until within Richmond, Intl., School Furnishing Co. the last three years has it been so fully appreciated as to insure what is now no The two school districts were united longer a question its complete success. and tho school fund directed to bo paid Tho surprise of Rip Van Winkle when IRVINGTON, KY. over to tho Cloverport High Fchool, but awaking from his long slumber could tho amount thus secured being wholly insufficient for tho end desired a free not havo been greater than the consump common school for all within proper tive s, upon ilnding himself entirely re age it becamo necessary to supplement lieved by Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. 23 cts. A pretty picture. A sunny-haire- d in somo way this school fund. Judge J. A. Murray, who as a member of the child curing the Newfoundland's cut Legislature a few years previously, and foot w itli Salvation Oil. CONSUMPTION of the Committee on Education, had Obituary. SCROFULA given tho subject considerable thought, Died, nt Baty'a Store, Hancock counBRONCHITIS conceived tho idea of combining the EMULSION COUGHS ty, Monday evening, March 2, 1891, of common with tho High School, and pneumonia, after a brief Illness of but a COLDS of tho disthus, by a supplemental CURES 'Wasting Diseases trict, render possible totax schools few days, Eli Mr Baty, in tho 20th year have it of liis age. Ho was a son of tho late Wondorfu! Flesh Producer. adapted to tho wants of small communi- James and Dicy Ellen Baty, and grandMany have gained ono pound ties, reaching upto an academical edu- son of tho late Lieut. James R. McGrew, cation for all tho people. per day brits uso. of tho Volunteor service. Though young, Scott's Emulsion is not a secret ho was a professor of religion, nnd nt tho remedy. It contains tho stimulatUpon consultation with II. A. M. time ol his death was a member of tho ing properties of tho Hypophos-- " Henderson, thon Superintendent of Pub- Baptist church at Friendship, Hancock plates and pure Norwogian Cod lic Instruction, in regard to schools, this county. On tho evening of tho 3d his Liver Oil, tue potency of both idea was advanced by Judge Murray remains were taken to tho Baty gravebeing largely increasod. It is used and indorsed by Mr. Henderson, and is yard on tho farm of his uncle, Henry by Physicians nil over tho world. believed to bo the first instance in which Baty, and after religious services they PALATABLE AS MILK. adopted in Kentucky. wero laid by the side of his father and such ei'hools This supplemental tax, duly authorized, mother, who preceded him March 10, Sold by all Druggists. tCOTT &. BO WNE, Chemists, N.Y. has been regularly levied, enabling tho 1887, and Sept. 0, 1889. trustees to have a good school taught lie baa croised-th- e thinlrg river, Cores JWeei Complaint, m... Affection 25and eight to ten months each year free to all Juat beyond the golden shore ; L2l3Tfl(Ifl4 At drareists. Prlco cts. within tho district, studying in the comlie has left this world or sorrow ' And Iti ares forever more, mon school and High School branches, Fohdeh. and at a reasonable charge for those outside the taxed district. Save Money and Suffering:. Ono feature of tho thousands of testiThe first session of this school opened monials that have been given in behalf on the 7th of September, 1874. Prof. of S, S. S. is remarkable. In numbers of W. B. Hayward, Piinclpal; Virgio Wilinstances it is related that a great deal of son, First Assistant j E. Crow, Second time nnd money havo been spent in a ; Miss Salllo Sterrett. Assistant vain effort to sOcuro relief from disease (Price only 25 cents, Soli by all druggltti.) Believes quickly Rheumatism, Neuin tho usual way. A knowledge of tho Beginning under favorablo auspices, ralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago, virtures of Swift's Specific would havo Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, tho school was well conducted, and tho caved tho time and tho monoy, to say session closed in llko manner, and was Burns, Scalds, Sores, Backache, &o. nothing of the prevention of tho suffer satisfactory to all connected with it. ing. IJioro need bo no such mistakes t Cf.r" vror I Ulnjtnai'al JnhnR. Prof. Hnyward received tho appoint- made now. Tho great blood purifier is flouOulii, k ntHork La. I tati.r. ment as Principal for another session, jvn nirr n I lu.ktf aa mirth, ttill Ma ran for sale by druggists everywhere, and the '.web nvkLljr lioiv hiiaw frumtftlo and ilt. flu.IMii Hi Ilia atari,apra inula you to but resigned early in tho session and Dr. S. S. S. company in Atlanta will send to arira, sil W, II. Anderson was chosen for tho poAmtrlta, ou laucuiuiumraat hum(elr r tiiumtata luf til y vur 11me,i ifii sition. After him Prof. Arnold held any address their Treatise on Blood and tbawork AllUltaM Clival ar6lUKfor Skin Diseases free, and a pamphlet contftry wuracr Ho curl you, rarnlahl. rrytlilnr. FASH V, nm.IJII.Y lan.,". tho position ono session, since which taining I'AlirlLULAlla IUB. Addreaa at a few of tho thousands of testi10 several others, nmong them, and to tho blIMHI iUMTUM), X1UK? monials they havo received from thoso satisfaction of tho peoplo generally, who havo experienced tho benefits of Prof. Robt. E. "Woods, a former student this wonderful medicine. and graduate of this school, who afteretvinura atvtinr Kt Wind and Nothing More. wards made quito a reputation as Principal of the school at Elizabcthtown, Tho much talk in Washington about and now holds a responsible position in Gen. Ell Murray as tho successor of Son-attho War Department, Washington City. Hearst, Is wind and nothing more. To euro Biliousness, Sick Headache, ConstiThe poles of six millionaires are now pation, Malaria, Liver Complaint, take tho safe and certain remedy, stuck fctrniglit nt that persimmon, and in A necessary adjunct and most importSMITH'S ant factor in building up a town nnd tho glorious climato of Culifornia tho county is a good homo paper! but tho Senatorial fruit bungs too high for n or establishing and maintaining such a pa- "poor, but honest" else. Eli will not get per upon a solid basis is attended with nn there this time. Louisville Times. Vhv, tlio SXAir, Slae (401lttle Deans to the difficulties much greater than is generbottlO). THEY ARB TUB MOST CONVENIENT. ally supposed. As proof of this wo need Good Looks. tor All .iVfpaaaa. Vrlco ef cither lse. arte, per Battle. only to refer to tho many unsuccessful Good looks are more than skin deep, efforts made hero and at other places in depending upon n healthy condition of that line. Hcnco tho importance of all tho vital organs. If the Liver bo inMO. sustaining your town and county paper active, you havo a bilious look, if your by subscribing for it, by advertising, by stomach bo disorcded you havo n dys! I ui.ttlloljri.llr speaking of its merits on all proper oc- peptic look, and if your Kidneys bo afYKAKr liilrlllarul any falrl lirrx ufrlihr reatl and wrila.aud who, casions, and aiding in extending its cir- fected you havo a pinched look. Secure hulroctlou.Htll work InJualriouilj Tkaaiuiarf IhJIa. tu Hra lkr a culation. Yaar lu lUrtaa lucalhlaa.w hrrvvrr lhav llva.l . Ill aln niralik good health and you will havo good tha altualluu or rMt)i,iiuullat hM. Ii J.ui ran rarn Ibal amount, No Hiona tut ati uulraa auci rural aa alir. Fa.ll, ami qulrkl; looks. Electric Bitters is tho great all.arnad I dttlra but ono work trout a acb duirlti i rruunty. I hava airalr laairkt auJ roflUa(lwllU aui,,frn(rnt a larra It is upon this paper you must rely to terative and Tonic acts directly on theso OWM) Kyaatra.li. llaNKW anj HtM.IH. FullMrllcuUraI'KKi:. Addiraaal onct. bring out the hidden treasures j to pub- -- vital organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches, K. , AI.l.K.V. Ho a, AiizuatH, MuIhc. lish to tho world tho advantages of your Boils and glves-- good complexion. Sold paper aMat location for enterprises of various kinds; atG. W. Shprt's Drug Store, 50c. per leibeleH bU VHr thl wnHlh, tho productive qualities of your land ; bottle. make no claims, but such as we are abundantly able to substantiate, and we make no promises that we do not fulfi1!. In this respect our people have been behind other communities in times that are past, for although quito a number of weekly papers havo been started hero, it was only to float for a time upon tho disappear beneath tho waves Kov. Jlr. Sproule at ono time had a of indifference and thoughtless neglect very good achool here, and afterwards upon the part of tho public, accelerated went to Texas, llo was perhaps never doubtless in somo instances by lack of seen on tho street without an umbrella. talent and energy of those engaged in Prof. J. W. Ilcgan had a good school the undertaking. here at tho beginning of the var. Ho went from hero to Eli7abethtown, tvherc In tho year 1876 tho BitECKKNniDOK he was engaged in teaching several Nkws was founded by John D. Babbagc, years. Ho thon entered tho ministry nnd tho first number was published in and removed to Arkansas Mrs. Boyd July of that year, with T. 8. Givens as then taught a school, assisted by Mr. editor, succeeded by Wallace Grucllc. Schools wcro maintained hero for somo time by subscription, supplements ed by a small sum per scholar from the State. Miss Eliza Newton taught a juvenile school, it being tho beginning of Judge J. A. Murray's tuition at school. It. L. Nousom taught awhile in Nathan tho old seminary building. Harris and daughters had the first boarding school, which thoy made quite a success. Afterwards a school was taught by Geo. A. Hinsdale, who was a civil engineer, and assisted in locating tho railroad to Tlennpthtville. Mr. Hinsdale married Miss Josephine Sebastian and went to Colorado, whero ho became prominent as a politician, and was at Ho died one time Lieutcnant-Uoverno- r. some years since. His widow and chil dren arc now residents of Pueblo, Col. Editob BnECKKNRinaE News: I have neglected writing to you for a long time, and it is with a great deal of dfffidenco that I approach you on this occasion, for I do so dislike to minglo with tho Btylo of company you newspa- per men keep at this day and timo. So far in life I havo endeavored to minglo with nono whoso conduct is of such a character as might reflect upon my moral status, and you men of tho quill seem to have formed a combine with a class whoso whole aim is to humbug tho American people. You havo almost disgusted me witli newspapers, and driven me from tho Democratic party. I When I pick up a journal of y nm almost afraid to peruso a column, for it will start off with flaming headlines that causo me to believe that I am going to learn of somo thrilling adventure upon tho border, or a daring feat of some cowboy on tho plains near my old hunting ground; but instead it will wind up with a statement thnt Ad. Fisher, or somo other druggist, has a miserable nostrum in the shapo of n patent cure-ni- l for sale. Then when I havo been humbugged in this manner and turn from it in disgust, I behold thnt proud old Democratic rooster at the head of a column. I nm refreshed with' tho idea of victory for tho right ; but beforo I havo poruscd a printer's "cm," I find thnt somo of thoso fellows want to sell somo of that Infernal stuff that killed all tho chickens in Webster neighborhood. Now, John, can't you use n featherless old Shanghai hen, nnd not disgnico our noblo Democratic bird by nssocinting it with nil the sick chickens of enrtli? Yes, I havo taken up my abode in Garfield, Brcckenritlgo's future metropolis. She is springing into importance ns though Impelled by magic, and her corporate limits will soon bo within-- n stone's throw of Ilnrdinsburg. Cloverport is fortunato in being located in tho isolated place she is, for if she wero in reach, Garfield would snap her up as quick ns a Florida turtlo could a bottle fly. We havo a progressive people, full of energy and enterprise, possessed of none of tho fogylsms that must forever retard tho progress of your old towns. You may boast of your peculiar clay for brick, your soda-as- h factories, your gas wells, etc., but wo eclipse you with our g quartz, and asphalt beds, then Abo Richardson can furnish more gas than any darn well you've got. You are correct, wo are a gallant people, and have in our community many handsome witlows and pretty girls. Your humble servant is himself again no silvery locks pr a hair amiss. I would bo in my glory hero, only I nm beset by such cussef as Dan Smith, John Moredock antl Buck Whitworth. Thoy, like old Uncle Jimmle Allen, seem de termined to clieckmato my every move. Yet I have ono consolation thoy arc growing old and will soon bo out of the way of young men like myself. to-dagold-bearin- tain. V V W e want good Wheat and Corn, and will pay the highest market price for the The Growth of l.oinlcui. We nro too frequently disposed to think of tho rapid growth of our Ameri can cities ns merely incidental to the settlement of a now country, nnd to regard the European cities as old and stationary. It is truo that their nuclei are ancient, but so far as tho greater part of their built up area is concerned they are almost or qnito ns new ns the American cities. They, liko our own population centers, havo grown unpreccdentedly in recent decades as tho result of modern transportation and Industrial systems. Thus London today is fivo times us largo as it was nt tho opening of the present century. From 000,000 at that timo tho population of London grow to 1,500,000 in 1830, and by 1805 if had Increased to 2,000,000. Since 1853 it lias more thnrv doubled. Tho present sovereign has witnessed a gain of 200 per cent, or more since she began to reign. Tliero'are three or four dwelling houses now for every ono that was visible at tho date of her coronation. In tho past forty years from 2,000 to 2,000 miles of new streets have been formed In London. Who, studying the growth of foreign cities, can doubt tho continued growth of our own? London is not nn exception. All the other great towns of England have grown up as if by magic within this century. Tho same statement applies to those of tho continent. Paris is fivo times ns lnrge as it was In tho year 1800. Berlin has grown much more rapidly than Paris. Vienna has expanded marvel-ousl- y since 1840. This is n digression, but I shall continuo it enough further to remark that nn examination of the causes which havo built up these European centers easily justifies the judgment that nono of our twenty leading American cities has begun to approach its maximum size Dr. Albert Shaw in Century. How Col. Do I'rece Mnnncril. Col. Do Freco tells how ho managed 'AAAAAAAAVayvaavvvvvvVVyVMaavyv Witt & Meador Will offer for tho next sixty days a sweeping reduction. Wo will mnkc n special salo from February 1st, of our HEAVY CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, BOOTS and SHOES, MEN'S OUT SHIRTS, LADIES' nnd GENTS' HEAVY UNDERWEAR, WOOL HOSIERY, &C. Tho season for thoso goods will bo on the dcclino from this date and this sacrifice is made to close them out before Spring. Wo will positively carry over none of these Goods. Extremo LOW PRICES will make them go. Call in and see us, you will profit thereby. Our rales havo been large, considering the scarcity of money, and we intend to mako tlicin larger still if low prices will make them so. We sell for Cash or Produce only. Give us n trial. Respectfully, Witt & Meador, Main St., oppositoXburt House. HARDINSBURG,KY. wvvvvvvvwvvvvvvvvvwVww L. D, ADDISON'S ADDISON, KY. Is the plaeo to buy SEWING MACHINE for less money than any other place in the country The maohli'es I sell are equal to any that agents charge from $35 to $50 for: I guarantee them to be what I say or no trade. Agents will say the machine Is no account, because the large difference in our prices, but I figure on this as on everything I handle, cut It as low as It can be cut. "My Motto" quick sales and small profit. Two drawer droplesf Since- - Sewing Machines low arm, with all attachments. $16,50 Five drawer dropleaf Singer Sewing Machines, high arm, with all attachments $19.50 Send me a check or the money by register letter, and I will ship you a machlno to any part of the country. Respectfully, L.D.ADDISON, Addison, Ky. over-cautio- same. If you have either for sale, come and see us or write e. to mako his stago nt tho Stnnley lecture pay him about $1,000. It is a trick worth knowing, although 1 do not think he intended that tho public should be taken into his confidence in relation to it. Tho colonel went down to Mayor Grant's ofilco and got a list of the prominent citizens who had been named on World's fair committees as representative New Yorkers when we were trying to scenro the location of tho fair in this city. With this list as a basis ho sent out 400 polito notes about as follows: Mr Oeaii Bi- n- You have been selected to servo a member of the committee on reception at the Metropolitan Ojicra House on tho occasion of Henry M, Stanley's flrtit lecture in America Kindly notify mo at onco of your acceptance. as us. BOYD BEOS., WHAT SCOTT'S There wero very fow replies that were not in tho naturo of an ncceptance. Every man who got such a note as that felt flattered by tho distinction nnd sent In his ncceptnnco nt once. Thereupon a second noto was sent to him requesting him to send a check for $10 for his stugo seat Having accepted tho honor lie couldn't very well rofuso to pay for it, even though he knew nnd felt ue had been tricked. Yet I nm told that somo gentlemen upon the receipt of the second letter had tho good sense to writo and decline either to servo on the "reception committee" or to send $10 to Col. Do Frece. Now York Press. A Neir Novelist. A now Richmond is about to enter tho Geld of fiction a woman who has horo-tofoconfined her public work to essay writing and dress reform. I rofer to Mrs. Annie Jeunrss-Mille- r, who, I learn, has just signed a contract with a New York publishing house for her first novel. I suppose that Mrs. Miller is one of tho hardest worked women in this country. Sho has not learned tho art of dictation to an amanuensis, and so, when 1 called upon her last week, I found her suffering from writer's cramp. Sho nnd others liko her should take a lesson from John Habberton, the author of "Helen's Babies," who told mo only recently that ho could dictato a novel either to n stenographer or directly to a typewriter, or that ho could write with his left hand quito as well as' with his right, and ho has on ono occasion talked a whole novel of 250,000 words into one of Edison's phonographs. Is there not a hint in this for our overworked literary men and women? Edward W. Bok's Letter. $- -4 33 Kill CIS MESSntnV ' S3 CD in f xn j i Amos. V SALVATION OIL J- ltinrtf or V BILE BEANS a9littlo IS klSSfflpMMTJO'fflsraa I.F.SMITKACO.Uturaar-iiiLKnKJUS.-'ST.lDU11 $30001 a Ntjlhe rHr tmeplre A Ileur In the Rciml. I have secured tho services of Mr. Oh is. D, Six oxen ought to bo enough for onb Miller, D, S., under DeJernette, bear, but they are not. On nji evening assist locln winding Mr. J. S. business as to up my e, not long ago John R. Sullivan, of All persons indebted to me fur taxes was journoying homo from up to und Including the yoar lSUO, are requestWesley with six oxen tied together. ed to settle with hitn, just the same as they to would with myself. As am When in the vicinity of Six Mile Hill my business as sheriff Ito a anxiousand bring close, must they suddenly halted and manifested collect up the Unpaid taxes in order to moot irreut fear. Mr. Sullivan, who wont my indebtedness. Vy settling with him The Law Concerning Ne spaper forward to ascertain tho causo, found a promptly you will greatly oblige one that is Subscriptions. very large bear standing erect in tho under many obligations to the people of county, for past favors bedtowed upon Tho decisions of the Unitctl States middle of tho road, and not more than Yours respectfully, Court on these subjects aro Interesting. two rods distant Mr. Sullivan threw a him. D. II. SEVERS, Ex-S- . fow stones at tho bear, which1 responded 1. Subscribers who do not give notico to tho contrary aro consid- by hopping around upon its haunches and waving its fore paws as if it meant Louisvi'le.Hardinsburg &. Western R. R. ered as wishing to renew their subscripbusiness; but the next volley caused him tions. No. 5 TIME TABLE. to nssumo a different attitude,, and with Taking Effect nt 5.00 o'clock n. m. Sunday 2. If subscribers order the discontinu- angry snarls ho left tho road. Augusta September 28, 1800. ance of their periodicals, tho publisher (Me.) Journal. l!:ist Hound Trains West Hound Tr.ilns may continuo to send them until all arDally Dally Dally Dally Yours for a Trial. Wultluc Tivcuty-tw- o STATION'S, ex hurt, ex bun rearages arc paid. rx Sun. ex hun. j No. 2- - No. 6 No. 5 No. 1 Sometimes tho law is strangely forget3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to ful. For instance, John Blycr, 53 years 030IIH 11 lJam I.v Irtlngton Ar (H5im 545p II U 4 50 11 ii 715 take their periodicals from tho postoflice of age, has been a prisoner in the Vance-bur4U) 852 Hamcd 7 37 ll.Viim 8 41 Ky., county jail for twenty-tw- o to which they nro directed, they nre re410 UOftnm 7 Junction 4 (XI 55 1213 Ilnrdinsburg 837 sponsible until thoy havo settled their years, on n charge of murder. By some 7 2S 1223 3 48 8 813 Junction strange chance the law has forgotten his 852 12 M 3 21 815 Kirk bills and ordered them discontinued. 8 03 3 00 Jolly years ho has been U10 1247 existence, and all theso 221) 7 44 Rlendcane 105 9 47 4. If subscribers move to otlior places patiently waiting for a trial that has 7 20 Kockvnlc 140 120 without informing the publisher, nnd never come. In the mpan while the wit- 1015 1211 7 20 12U Kuth 10 2U 1248 712 1041 135 Aikln. tho papers are sent to tho former nesses against Lim aro all dead, and his 1101 C).iki 6 57 1224 143 thoy aro held responsible. identity has bo completely sunk out of 11 3Upm 2 O0pmAr Kordtvllle LvJJJ 45.iml2 00m 5. The courts havo decided that refus- recollection that ho h referred to simply ing to take periodicals from tho ofilco or as "the dead man in cell two." Now THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH LINE. removing and leaving them uncalled for, York Tribune. (L. E. A ST. L. R. R.) is j)n'ma facie evidence of intentional A Question Settled. SHORTEST, QUICKEST fraud. When a citizen has come to believo AND BEST LINE TO 0. If subscribers pay in advance, they he owns tho earth it is well that he are bound to give notico at tho end of should cither receivo his deed for tho AND ALL POINTS tho time if they do not wish to continuo samo or discover that ho was mistaken. Tho supreme court of Michigan has deSouth-Wes- t. taking it; otherwise tho publisher Is even that authorized to send it, nnd tho subscriber cided tho no Detroitis ulderman bitter owns an awful ftute. This Tim8-Cain Effect Dee, IS, 1888, will ho responsible until an express .no- doso to tako, but will result In good. Lr. Louisville 8:45 a.m...:00 p.m.,.4:10 p.m. tice, with payment of all arrearages, is Detroit FreoPreaa. Arr St. Louis Til5 ' ...7:tt " Bv'nt to the publisher. 0:50 p.m. Kvamvllle 2:35 " Do not punish your children with bitFor further laformation, call on or address, A trial will convince tho most skepti- ter nauseous mixtures, when you can got JOS. S 0DI0RNE, cal that "C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure" "C. 0. 0. Certain Chill Curo" on a guarQen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. is wht its name Implies, a "Certain" antee. Any child will take it. Sold by B. L. BRYANT. cure. Sold by J. W. Owen. Trar, Pawg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky J, W. Owen. Wliit-neyvillUreck-enrldpx-pre- ss I g, 'Golden Medical Discovery" cures thoso diseases which come from blood impurities scrofula antl skin diseases, sores and swellings. But does it ? It's put up by tho thousands of gallons, and sold to hundreds of thousands. Can it euro as well as though it had been compounded just for you ? Its makers say that thousands of people who havo had Tetter and Eczema and Erysipelas, Carbuncles and Sore Eyes, Thick Neck and Enlarged y becauso they Glands, aro well used it. Suppose that this is so. Supposo that g a quick-witte- d man was enough to know that to cleanse the blood was to cleanse the life. Supposo that by many experiments, nnd after many failures, he discovered this golden key to health and that his faith in it for you is so strong that you can go to your druggist, buy a bottle, and if it doesn't help you, you can get your monoy returned cheerfully. Will you try it ? Tho remedy to havo faith in isthc remedy tho makers themselves havo faith in. Salt-rheuto-da- The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices can be found at ro We 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, SG.50, $7.50, $9.00 and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, $2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a lino of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggitigs, at very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The Ootswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, Hames and Chains, Brceohing 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbagc will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay you to examino our stock. Bocarrya IIMB!EM VVJaTfc id- - 23:..a.3db: 3TOHiT- - Notice. Hambleton House HARDINSBURG, KY. B0ING TURPI N, - Proprietor, This house is now open for business. It has been thoroughly overhauled, repaired and refurnished throughout and is now in s condition. We solicit the traveling public to give us a call. Rates first-cla- reasonable. B. G. TURPIN, Prop'r. '.lll'"" - $ KI.V AQENCYor l A pamphlet iuaciui "o ia.wi, mowing now toi aveais. Trade v",n uopiTlnnit, vmaru, ",,nui res. vU4raaa of Informatloa andas- MUNN Broadway. vJei ae Yrk. il OO.y Land for Sale. 71 W St. Louis, Evansville West and rd belonging to tho Cincinnati Cooperage Co., and other parties, Ijrlng In Breckenridgo and llnnnnntc iniintlA. Pun ..... a. fnm IIWU1 At r w.a .! a. IHiUI f,.M to 400 acres, at prices from $2J0 to fiOOO, iuuai umo guuu pajmcoi uown. jjioersi debut will give liberal time duction for all on safe trades. Have several farms for rent, Address V.Q. DURTON, J283m Rook Vale, Ky. cb, MONEY nniitlrMl, ll Iwr autl LWunf!r. bv Idom of VtMititW TouadTsU your MMr miuntui, era)) our lima la tha wotk. 1 hU W au tutlrtljr nw ,i.tt brliif w ottiktrtilA iic?M to rtrr worker. . tl dll 1 ... S I ,..M a la A... W Airnl-- h f Try(flrf Vittityon. ha rik. Oliat-I- da I ha Mark. Itl.n4 lalhtlr Ant? tm In Ium. J. trJ ali.. ' JjPPPipHpjHMHBVWMp!9ff--';--- v rrs iiUuvPM M ..i Pfi .r1 gl 1 w '"i HllHMMXn 'I VVvv' itiOi'iriiMwiKiiiiiiiwifiiiniiMi fT mmpm MH "WfT? IWIHIlJ jujupp 1 1 .:tylv mum i; map Hilt. lH HI. ,.3 ii.W" v. -.. ' i .'"- -'' :- ' ibmmimiiTi - JESSSx Breckenridge News. ii i kmi '"7i. i i .. .KCWF J"IU Iff P I' ! 'r; T"V. Jiilr HARDINSBURG V. V. HAHHAUE L, H. , . DEPARTMEXT. BRANDENBURG. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorised to announce CiVi. lYMUCIUItDSON, at a candidate fur re election to tho LeglnU-tur- e (Will Meade county, subject to tbs action of the Heimcratlo primary, June 1:1, 1801. We are nuthnrlted to announce T. P. OUNDIIT, at a candldnle fur llie Legt.latuto In Mtado county. Subject to tho notion ol the Demo- -- "MOOLEYVILlE? Mrs. EdulnlEgart is on tho sick list. Mr. Jim Biggs, of Union Ptar, was in town thia week. Miss lille Parr i making up a seho'ohtt this place. n stave Mr. Cashier, the man, was in our midst last week. Mr. Pioston Stiff, of this placo, is talking of becoming citizen of Clovcrport. Wo had quite a snow hero Saturday and Sunday last, followed by n heavy sleet Thursday. Misses ljuim Elder and Jjilia Cunningham wero the guests of Mrs. Ellle Jarboc, Sunday. Wo have one of the most attentive postmistresses in tho county. May no one ever supcrsedo her. Mrs. John Clements has been quite ill for sovcral days past, but we arc glad to say sho Is convalescent. .Mr. Arthur Mattingly, of near Falls of Sinking, spent several days witli his sister, Mrs. R. E. Mattingly, of this place. Misses Laura Brown and Grneio Mitchell are taking music lessons under Mrs. Dr. O' Bryan, and their success is flattering. Tahnagc Frymire, son of .Mac Frymire, has been dangerously ill with pneumonia, but we are glad to say ho is recovering. Rev. Mr. Styles," of Concordia, tho gospel at tho Cunningham school-hous- e last Sunday, attended by u large and attentive audience. Mr. R. L. Smith, of Tennessee, passed through our town Sunday evening en route to seo Miss Etta Parr and his friend Barney, whoso acquaintance lie lormed somo two years ago. We regret that his stay was so brief that wo failed to form ids acquaintance However, wo congratulato Miss Etta, for we have realized the pleasure of meeting a good friend after u long separation. well-know- WEDNESDAY, MAllCII TNO. 11, 1891. - - - Editor ' ' . 'jf t. Xr VIRGIL O. BABDAGn. Editor, and Proprietors ooiKoVrsr. W. TIME TABLE I...SI. I. A.T. l.ocnl Time Card. ,in."4 a.hi. &&& I'usteoger Dally arr. IUrdfruburg .12:05 p.m. .. 7: IS a.to. Mixed (ex. Sunday) nrr. OOIMJ IMHT, Mall and Express going East ii Went ii ii Express "i But i West East Local Freight ii ii West 11.07 a.m. 1'assenger Dally arr. Hardlnsburg.. 8:Si a.m. " to. Mixed (ex. Sund.y) arr. - 3: .. 9 27 p.m. 11.19 a.m. 10.05 a.m. ?" Tun Commissioner ol Pensions has Intimated that tho tli'llciency in appropriations to pay pensions tho present llson! vwir is $28,G78,r,3:. llo.v. 11. C. WAniiEN, of Lincoln, has announced himself n candidate for State Auditor, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. ' 1'resioknt lI.nuiso.v was besieged by numerous callers at tho White House tho other day all Republicans and on tho hunt for an olllce. Singular coincidence. fr i)it. Ci.auv, in a speech at Muyllcld last Wednesday, announced tliat he was scheme. opposed to the High time you were coining up right, Doctor. sub-treasu- The latest scheme of Arkansas to keep of the Republicans that prince of Dem- ocrats, Robert Breckenridge, out of Congress, is to change his district by legislative enactment and make it overwhelm ingly Republican. Tiik letter which Capt. Gross gave to the readers of the News last week, in view of tho precipitant flight which some of the Wheelers and Farmers' Alliance men arc about to make in tho political ring, was decidedly pointed, and some of them had better "stick a pin thar" before getting too far out of line. We don't know how Gen. Eli Murray stands for funds this depressing, disagreeable weather, but it may be safe to say that if tho General has to ante $3o0,-03- 0 before he can warm the seat made vacant by the death 'of United Slates Senator Hearst, of California, then he'll have to round to and shuflle the cards an bile longer. County Court next Mouday. Mr. Henry Head is in tho city. The K"8 well is seven hundred feet deep. Take your prescriptions to Witt it Meador. F. P. Haygood, Irvington, was in the city Mondaj. D. R. Murray, Clovcrport, was in tho city Monday. Mr. Percy Beard went to Hot Springs, Ark., last Monday. James Kurtz, Welwter, was in the city lift Wednesday. Mr. Wat Skillman is at Richard Skill-man- 's quite low witli consumption. All goods marked down at the lowest figures for cash at S. A. Hafl'ey it Co. Call at Witt it Meador's aiiil you will of spring be shown the biggest lay-ogoods on tho market. Rev. J. C. Petrec wenl to Louisvillo last week to attend a meeting of the Church Board of Extension. Mr. James L. Burton, one of the oldest residents of the Falls of Rough section, died at Ids home last Friday night. You can always depend upon getting more goods for less money from Witt & Meador than any other house in town. Miss Blanche Frymire, who has been attending school here this winter, lias returned to her home near Union Star. Wo earnestly invito your attention to our new stock of spring goods. Wo arc satisfied you cannot buy anywhere cheajMjr for tho cash than from S. A. cratlo Primary, June la, I8'JI. T. E. Ditto went to Louisville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. are in louisvillo. Mr. Oscar Yates, of Louisville, was in town last week. Mr. John Snyder, of Woodland, was In town last week. Mr. J. O. A. Sicg, of Corydon, Intl., was hero last week. Mr. W. II. Richardson was in Iouis-vill- e several days last week. Miss Renu Clarksou was the guest of the Misses Wool folk last week. Messrs. L. L. tawls and J. L. Malln, of I.ouisvillc, wero in town Sunday. Miss Nellie Ixwis- lias returned from a visit to Miss Eva Corrigan, of Guston. Rev. E. II. Morrison has been quite sick for several weeks, but is now improving. Among tho graduates of the Louisville Medical School was Dr. Win. Crutcher, - Letter From Gov. T. T. Crittenden. 'The following letter, which wo print Jy permission of Hon. It. Ii. Pieico, will bo read with much interest by tho" readers of the Nr.w s : My Dmr Mr. 1'icnt. 1 read your "Reminiscences" as they weekly nptH'ar in the Rkixkemiiihii: Nrwh. I was n beardless and barefooted boy when you came to Clovtuport, therefore remember vividly all those good old men and women of whom you write. They wero a plain, unassuming, iiiilustrious people, who "feared God and eschewed evil," uneducated us much in the foolish forms and ceremonies of society as in the crooked ways of life. You have written truthfully, pathetically nnd kindly of that noble class. As an oW.Cloverport boy, I thank you for having recalled them again to our minds. We soon forget the dead in the struggles of the living. I truly hope, though denil nnd gone to their reward, beyond tho sorrows and cares of this life, in that brighter sunshine where it is never night, they will still be models in conduct nnd character to the young generation now growing up in that place. No monuments are erected in any graveyard to commemorate the virtues of those good people, but theirs aro all around you in tho honesty and sobriety of tho younger class, the purity of your society nnd churchin the spacious school-house- s es which speaks volumes for the town.. Those monuments are more enduring A THE OLD RELIABLE, A. A. RICHARDSON GENERAL MERCHANT ' Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots nnd Shoes, lints nnd Cnji.s, Notions, Ilunhvnro nnd QucenBwnro. Big stock just received for tho Spring trnde. I hnndlo the Michigan Fertilizers, Homestead Tobacco Growor, Corn nnd Wheat Growvr, Jnrvis Tobacco Fertilizer, Drill Phosphates. These goods aro equal to any in tho market nnd sold low down for Cash. Give mc a call. A. A. RICHARDSON, flf NOTICE KIT. I.ATB AI.UXANDRIt'S IIOTKI., WIJLJLAM Court-IIoiiMV 9 THOROUGHLY Cor. Jefferson, Center RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Bates $2.50 Per Say. and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. It. LOGAN, Manager. A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Mai shall, Clerks. ! NOTICE ! NOTICE ! S. B. Chilled Plows Our Stock of Avery ami Ura Clippci Plows is very large and, a aco REDUCTION from the list. than 'Vtunej that brcallo and alrugle, Or Iran that teems to ipeak." I thank you" for what you wrote of Jmy of Garrett. 33 IN THE LEAD No. A ino. No. 19 19 t ! HafleyitCo. Tun Commonwealth's Attorney question is not yet settled by the Constitutional Convention. A motion by Mr. Straus to reconsider, brings the whole matter up again for discussion. If the members of that lnxly know what is best for tho jieoplo of their State, they had better leave the Commonwealth's Attorney's ofllce just as it is. big The "Blue and the Gray" propose u at the World's Fair in Chi- Surviving soldiers of both armies in the late nnpleasantness, from all sections of the country, propose to gather at Chicago during the World's Fair and which is to last thirty hold a days. Governors of all tho States will be requested to appoint committees to take part in getting up the piogram. cago. There Is some strong talk among some in the of the heaviest district of enjoining the collection of the installment of interest duo on the $00,000 voted to McCracken it Co. for building the Louisville, Hnrdins-burtax-payeHar-dinsbu- g A Western railroad. This is tho same road out of which grew a big lawsuit on the part of somo of the citizens of that place not long ago to force Mr. McCracken to run his main road through of the spur, as they now have it, and in which Mr. McCracken was successful. If the tux is enjoined it will bring up anew the whole question as to whether McCracken & Co. have complied with their contract in building the road. the town instead ll Tin: Republican Congress has wound up at Washington and all tho members, and Boss Reed thrown in, retired to their various places of abode. May we never look upon its like again, has been tho universal cry all over tho country from Maine to Georgia. Thoughtful men of both parties unite in saying that Congress was tho most tho Fifty-firpartisan and extravagant body that has assembled in Washington since the adoption of tho Constitution. In the handling of public appropriations they went far beyond the limits of the Constitution, and seemed detennined to put the Government In a state of financial ruin. All kinds of jobs that could be thought of were practiced and put through for partisan purposes and at the instigation of desjiotic rulers. Without some limitation upon the action of such tho people of this a class of country would have a hard road to travel indeed. st s, Deafness Can't be Cured by local applications, as they can not leach tho diseased jwrtion of tho ear. There is only one way to euro Deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of tho Eus tachian Tubo. When this tube gets in limned you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entire ly, closed Deafness is the result, and un less tho inflammation can be taken out and this tubo restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten aro caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that we can not euro by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. Chexev & Co., Toledo, O. JSold by druggists, 75c. Flannel shirts Mere never so cheap. Call on Babbage. 1 '! J. Frank McGary was appointed a trustee in the County Court last Monday, to take control of his father's, Win. Mr. McGary is F. McGaiy's, effects. confined to his home with old age, and is too feeble to look after and manage his j property. Mr. B. F. Skinner, the hoop-pol- e man, thinks of moving his family to West Point, Ky. We aro sorry to lose Mr. Skinner as a citizen, but ho says he cannot look after his timber interests on the railroad from this place, which requires him to change his location. I have now control of the whole hnuso in which my saloon is kept, and will immediately lit up the rear rooms for beer Tables and chairs and lunch rooms. will be provided for my customers, and wine, beer and all choice liquors furnished in tho best style. W. W. Vessels, Prop. Mr. Granvillo Wilson is one of the rising young Democrats of the county. Ho is n member of the Farmers' Alliance, but he in none the less a Democrat just the same. Seaking of him as being a prospective candidate for the Legislature on the Alliance ticket, won't bear a head. Wilson is u straight Democrat, and will not accept an offer from tho Alliance Union to run for the Legislature if it is tendered him. Tho report current, therefore, that ho is fishing or distinction of this kind should he nipped in the bud. The Alliance will meet hereon Friday before the first Sunday in April for the purpose ostensibly, I am informed, of making a nomination for the Legislature. I am told that the Union is divided in opinion as to the propriety of the move, hut a number of them are determined that it shall go through. .Several members aro struggling for tho nomination, and these, witli their friends, will try to control tho action of the Union. Others will stoutly oppose it, and when the body comes together n lively meeting is looked for. Next Monday will be County Court. It is the last County Court until after the meeting of the Circuit Court the third Monday in April. As there are to be several things, so the gossips say, fixed up next Monday, tho crowd will be here. Enjoining the collection of the railroad tax is one of the questions to be discussed, and as the matter has gone abroad through the districts pretty generally, a favorable response is looked for from among those most deeply concerned. Anything for the relief of tho n public in theso squally times comes as a gratifying measure of relief. A trip down over the Louisville, it Western to Glendeano last Saturday revealed nothing of special importance. The icoplo at points down this line, however, are much interested ir tho News, and it has a good circulation at all tho new stations on the road. It is wonderful, the amount of timber that continues to go out over this road daily. From Withers, ut Kirk, down as far as Rock Vale, and beyond that, tho road is strewn with railroad ties, hickory sjiokes, staves, and popular and oak lumber of various sizes and McCracken it Co. haul out shapes. about ten loaded cars per day, I am told, and yet tho amount of timber seems to increase along the road rather than diminish. Glendeano continues to improve u little, a number of new buildings having gone up there very recently. Rock Vale is a convenient station for the Rock Lick neighborhood, and it divides the business pretty well with Glendeano. Jones it Bro. aro tho only general merchants there. They carry a heavy stock and do a handsome busiI found tho Democrats down ness. thcro considerably infercsted in the Legislative race, ami they seemed to bo surprised that there wero r.ot more candidates in tho field. Since tho withdrawal of 'Squiro Rhodes, why would not an aspirant from this section get a good following? tax-riddeIlar-dinsbu- rg Mr. J. W. Ixiwis was in Frankfort last week to nrguo some cases befor the Court of Appeals. Mr. Ed. Yeakel returned homo Friday night after a visit of several weeks to friends in Louisville. Hon. Cluipczo Wathen left Saturday for Edmondson county, where Circuit Court convened Monday. Mrs. Macena Fontaine returned home Saturday night from a visit to New Albany and Louisville. Mr. and Sirs. Chapczo Wathen spent several days of Jast week in the country, the guests of Dr. J. M. Hardin. Mrs. J. L. Malin, who has been spending several days with her parents here, returned to Louisville yesterday. Mr. anil Mrs. C. Casperko attended the commencement exercises of tho Louisville College of Pharmacy last Friday. Mr. Chas. A. Casperke graduated last week at the Ixniisvillo College1 of Pharmacy, receiving honorable mention from tho Faculty and also first honor in botany. Messrs. H. 11. Shehnan und G. A. Frymire left Monday for a trip through Central Kentucky, where they will visit icxington, Richmond and other blue-gras- s towns. Tho name of Aaron Peckinpaugh, of Cedar Branch, is prominently mentioned as the nominee for tho Legislature by tho meeting to be held in Paynesvillo Saturday. There are more copies of the Biiecke.v-iuihj- e e News distributed from this than any other paper, tho number being greater than either tho Meade County News or Weekly Courier-Journa- l. post-oflic- Progress. is very important in this age of vast It material progress that a remedy be pleasing to the taste and to tho eye, easily tuken, acceptable to the stomach and healthy in its nature ond effects. Possessing theso qualities, Syrup of Figs is the one perfect laxative and most gentle diuretic known. good father and mother, who made their marks on the society in which they liv ed, and closed their eyes on this earth, witli the assurance of all, that thoy had done their duty in this life. I also thnnk you for what you said of Garrett, that prince of gentlemen ; though dark in color, ho is as white in character as anyone within your limits. Your friend, TlIOS. T. CltlTTEN'DE.V. Another Cyclone in Oliver lie pairs. Point, 20 aiui 20 roiius, 30. and 20 Mould Boards, 2.10. Cleveland Dryer Company Pure Raw Bone FERTILIZERS, Drives the Farm Thrives the crop, Fills the Barn with big crops. Our stock of choice Field Seeds is very rapidly going at hotlo:n prices. J Wood, which, accumulating in tho glands of tho neck, pro- SCROFULA It Is that impurity in tho HENSLEY & JOLLY, Fanners' Supply House, Hakdinsburci, Ky. STEPHENSPORT. Miss Ada Hanks is teaching the spring school here. Miss Lethia Parr went to Concordia, Sunday. Rev. Mr. Htillen spent Monday with friends here. La grippe lias a tight grip on many of our people. Miss Emma Moseley is attending Prof. Arnold's school at Leitehfleld. Mrs. Luelhi Adams (nee Pulliam), of Cloverpoit, spent Sunday with relatives here. The boys havo worked desperately for tho past week getting staves out of the way of high water. Mrs. Perenclair, wifoof Rev. Mr. of Louisville, spent a week with the Baptist people here recently. Mr. Miko Wain's family, who spent the past fall and winter in Louisville, havo removed to this place. We welcome them back. Bmshear & Co. received thirteen hogsheads of tobacco from Ixwrsvillo in the last few days, and Mr. M. Bain forty-on- e hogsheads. This tobacco will be nnd relumed to the city market. Mr. J. M. Parr, of this place, has He taken unto himself a helpmate. was married in Cannelton on Thursday of last week to Miss Nancy Swerncs, of Cloverport. May hnppiness attend them through life. Per-cncla- ir, duces unsightly lumps or swellings; which causes palnlul running sores on tho arms, legs, or feet; which dcvclopes ulcers In the eyes, cars, or nose, often causing blindness or dcafnessj which Is tho origin of pimples, cancerous growths, or the many other manifest.tlons usually ascribed to " humors j" which, fastening upon tho lungs, causes consumption and death. Being tho most ancient, It is tho most general of nil diseases or. affections, for very few persons aro entirely frco from it. - Cloverport Planing Mill .MANPFACTI'ItERS AND IN How Can It Bo Some of the Meade county farmers seem hard to satisfy in a candidate for the Legislature. Tho two already announced aro members of tho farmers' organization, yet a call has been made to nominate a third candidate. Both of the candidates now announced are Democrats and subject to the action of the Democratic primary. A call signed by It. B. Shacklettc, James Hnyncs and others bus been published requesting "tho people of Meade county who favor a political reformation to meet at Paynesvillo, on Saturday, March 14th, at 10 o'clock, for tho purpose of selecting a candidate to represent Meade county in the next Legislature." Last Monthly week was County and Quarterly .Court day. Only a few pcoplo wero in town and very little business was transacted in court. In the ease of Gus. W. Richardson vs. Commonwealth, in which a writ of ad ijuwl damnum was awarded at last term, tho report of tho jury fixing the damages of Jas. II. Frymire at $223, tho court refused to establish the road, but the applicants weo given until next term to bring in witnesses to provo tho necessity of the road. All other road cases on the docket were continued. In tho Quarterly court the following cases wero decided : II. C. Woodson vs. Brandenburg M'f'g Co., judgment for plaintiff; E. II. Shel-ma- n vs. Brandenburg M'f'g Co., judgment for plaintiff; Owings it Shacklettc vs E. Wimp, hung jury. IJy taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, by tho remarkable cures It lias accomplished, often when other medicines havo failed, has proven Itself to bo a potent and peculiar medicine lor this disease. Somo of theso cures nro really wonderful. If you suffer from scrofula, bo sure to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. "Every spring my wlfo and children havo been troubled with scrofula, sores breaking out on them in various places. My littlo boy, threo years old, has been a tcrrlldo sufferer. Last springhe was one mass of soi cs from head to feet. I was advised to use Hood's Sarsaparilla, nnd wo have all taken It. Tho result is that all havo been cured of tho scrofula, my littlo boy being entirely freo from sores, and all four of my children look bright and healthy." W. B. Atheiiton, Tassaic City, N. J. BoldbyalldruggltU. CURED Roup and Dre$ed lumber Flooring, Weatherboarding, Doors, Sash, Shingles, Laths, Etc. Wo respectfully ask a share of tho patronage of the public, by doing good work and at prices as low as any. Call and get our figures on any work or material in our line. W. E. MARTIN, Manager, i .. ', P. N. D'HUY, Sec. Treas. -'' ,' '- Eough Lumber Wanted. J. If. Hickman, Pres't. C. W. Uiunsfoiid, Vlee-IW- t. , . ; . Hood's Sarsaparilla J'renaredonly & CO., W. A. Kuiieist, Sec. & Itfgr ty C. I. HOOD Jl!xfor8S. Apotliecarle, Lowell, Mate IOO Dosog Ono Dollar .IB' PjK 'JShI! iiPPf5iifiJ iH2SsSll ' '1 M DryGoods 49 Cents. all ii Bueklen's Arnica Salve. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, Bait rheum, fovcr sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Prico 25 cents per money refunded. box For salo by G. W. Short, Clover-por- t, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hurdinsburg, Keys Wathen. At the residence of J. M. Fitch, Clif- Examine Dabhago'sncwlineof queens-ware- . LADIES a lenic, or children that want building up, fliouM tnko BROWN'S 1HON JHTTBRB. It U plcaant to take, cure Malaria, InJlge. tlon, and MIllouiiicM. All dea'cn keep ll. Heeding r. ton Mills, March 1, 1891, by Rev. Jesse E. Koys to Miss Emma Wathen. Tho wedding was a very pleasant aflair, carrying with it tho signification of pleasure and good feeling of the many friends and relatives present toward tho happy couple. Wo join in witli their many friends in wishing that the result of this nuptial occasion may bo a long and happy life, unruffled by sorrow; that they may sail tho little boat they have launched on life's uneven sea through straits of lovo and peace, and anchor it in a haven of prosperity ; that after thoy have enjoyed tho gonial fireside of a pleasant homo for many long years, they may look back on tho lapse of time and think only of hoies fulfilled. Tho J nippy pair will make their home in Irvington. Cheap tinware -- N,Y. Store Linen Oent's Unlnunilried Shirts, Bosom, reinforced, sizes 11 to 17 (!) 45) TOBINSPORT, IND. coins. 42 inch Serges, all Mrs. Webb Taylor, who has been sick 49 cents per yard for worm iw cis. wool, new siinues, for some time, is improving. 25 cents per yard for 110 inch, all wool N. Harris lias gono to Illinois to look striped dress goods, now style, nil shades. for a house, as lie contemplates leaving aviAiTTjB'A.cxxTiiBna iby hero. Mr. Nat. Alii will agjiin visit Hoosier soon. We rather think he prefers living 121 cts. for Check Nainsook, worth 18 e. Material & Workmanship Unsurpassed, Durability, Style & Finish Unequalled. " " " 15 c. 10 cts. for here. " " " 12Jc. Si cts. for Manufacturers of Wagons, Drays and Dump Carts. Capacity 25 wagons h day, Blanche Frank, of Frank's Landing, " ' " 10 c. for with a rapidly growing trado extending over eighteen Southern and Western Stub's, spent several days in Cloverport last Olcts. Sheer, Plaid and Striped India Linens ami wherever intodueed is universally considered the best wagon on the mnrkct. week. ut reduced prices. Foit S.u.k nv Mr. Sam. Conner's school has closed at A big lino of and he and wife Frank's school-housNew Swiss and Hamburn Embroi & have returned to their homo at Rome. deries, Lace Curtains and Tho burning of a large lot of straw on Scrims. Graham Polk's farm caused tho people 50 pairs Lnco Curtains 3J yards long, to think Mr. Polk was losing his barn. 1.75 worth 15.00. tnpo bound Tobinsport school will closo Fri- 25 pairs Lnco Curtains.: yards long, tape Tho HE&LEcVEb. HW1 1.50 worth 2.50. bound day. Professors Groves and Whitehead 25 pairs Lnco Curtains, tupo bound, 75 have had a very successful school this per pair, including polo and fixtures. Scrims 5, 7, 8J, 10 and 12 c. in white winter. crenni und colors. Miss Lutio Wnlden, who for the past Linen Shades, assorted patterns 0, 7 ujid month hasbcen the guestof Miss Blanche 49 to 89 c. HEMEW 8 feet, Frank, has returned to her home at New-bur- A greut assortment of Carpeta in All HAS BEEN USED YHTH SUCCESS Wool, Ingrain and Urussols, Straw MattIntl. ings and Hugs, at prices to suit FOR THE Tho many friends here of Mrs. Kato everybody. Taylor, of Hawesvillo, Ky., will bo glad Oil Cloths all widths from 1 yard to 2J OR SALE EVERYWHERE to learn that she is improving nfter hav- yards wide. ing been confined to her room for eight weeks. Wo nro just receiving our now lino of Among the most prominent persons placo who wero on tho streets in Spring Clothing for Men, Gents, Boys of this Cloverport, wero J. D. Cockrell, James nnd Children, which for style, quality Bftckenridge Circuit Cqurt. England and Webb Taylor. Thoy wero nnd lowest prices cannot bo excelled anybid. for buiiJing tbe Iron Fence fJco. W. Armes' Staled discussing the weather as usual, and where. Wo also handlo a largo assortAdtn'r) around tbe Court Home Square, will be Notice In Equity, v. seemed to know everything of importance ment of the celebrated Dull Dog Jeans at tb County Judged office, upto 2 Mary J. Armes, J o'clock p. tn., on Wednesday, March 'I8tb. Pants. do. as nil farmers Al person, having claims against the n-l- a Tbe length oi fence will be lire hundred and to offleorga W. Arm., deceased, are hereby Incite, Mr. J. C. Ryan's wife, of tills place, e feci. Paling to bt forty-fou- r notified Jo produce .aid claims beftre tae pro. and not lei. than died of consumption on Monday, Fob. s note paper high gate., line po.ti, gate., pott, and (quart. perly ptoren, on or before tbe 1st day of April 5 cts. for 30 sheets of corner Four I8V1. 23d. She was quite young, and left a 5 cts. for 1 package host envelopes. poit. to be of I run and well tet in tbe ground, Ulven under my band this March lit 1891. bidder, aro rtqueited to furnish a .ample of littlo daughter who will never know n 5 cts. for 1 dos. best cedar load pencils. V. U. BAUDAQK, M. 0. U. 0. 0. their fence on ibo ground. Contract for cash mother's care. But sho has gono to n 5 cts. for 2 cakes glycerino soap. when work is complete. matches. parlor brighter world than this, cut down in 5 cts. for 1100 safe with mirror. Thoma. .Adk'.ton.) Breckenridge Circuit Court 5 cts. for match Den T. Miller, Com. youth when most needed hero. But 5 cts. for two paptirs nursery plus. Hillary McGUry. j And a great many articles too numerous tho Lord dooth all things for tiro best, Oeo.O. Hawkln.' v.. Notice In Equity, to mention to be found on our Bargain Mary A. lUwkioa. McElree's Wine of Cardul Counters. Cull and seo us. aii persons naving oiaims against tno esaro and THEDFORO'S I have the alnglo Comb Whlto Leleborn tate ol George C. Iluwkin., deceased, are here& Co., Chicken and can furrUli Egg. at $1.00 for by not fled to produce said claims before mo for sale by the following merchants in HKAyPENDUKG, KY. setilug at tbe pen, or $1.50 per letting by ex- - properly proven, on or before the 1st day of Breokenrtdge County t My chlokcn aro pure .tuck and tbe April, 1891. Jeiih V. Ocea, Clovcroort, Ere.. layer In the ouuntry. (liven under my hand this lit dy of March Satisfaction (. V. Short, Olorerport. 18U1, V.U. MABHA8K, M.O. B.C.C. guaranteed. Addpei. Ilraihear & Lay, Stepbeniport. DAVIS C JOHNSON, dvertl.!BHHOVM'8 IKON MITTKHH Witt k Meador, Hardlniburg. Kewleyville, Ky. Subcrb3 for tho Npws. i ' J, J. Sert rr, Unlnn Sta-- , KBorl torei. A I THE OWENSBORO," Xle xo " New White Goods TTsTsbgori. Co. 5M r:4 .' M ,-.- e, B. F. BEARD, DILLON CO.,' 1 VKl f-- i flgKFOJl Ct ;HUt w& g, UUb5XN5NUNtTOFIAI URES TWS CELEBRATED f 0NSUM PTI0NmtI?f2-MST 20 YEARS. M - 0UGHS m irm . .. ".,: OLDS Clothing. AUl 1 -- .', f Notice. . ?l - Notion?, Sundries, &c. flrst-clus- Ixty-fiv- T Geo. Yeakel Eggs for Sale. :,) i ..?! r. TIM fMMtih ijnpimiiikmiimimmmaim r'?iT TfTTir ii iiiriiiu vti s i i? iji'rf - im-i- , t - - -- 6UI M , (j,-fj- ( r ' t "'M ii in hi wifv fiinr -- pr.'ST'-r i"YTV' ' tv y '1T""'; "" . .y $Es ONUS 1SIVJOYS mmn iwlitit.'t'a'BWSWf rat ASdJjSifrtl at houio for a J)r. U. T. ItaffeKy, of New Albany, is few days visit to his family. Ilnvc you bought ynur seeds? If not, now in your time, at, IJow mer & Humble-ton'- s. 'flic filiating rink Monday night was attended by a larger number than ever before. llempinbcr, good people, Sulzer's is tho place to buy your seeds, and save money. l'cte Spalding, colored, was drunk ami disorderly, and is doing duly on (lie rock-pil- Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs ia taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acta fently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and euros habitual constipation. Syrup c "gs is tho only remedy of its kinu over produced, pleasing to tho taste ana acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action, and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup or Figs is for sile in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any refiallo drugcist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any cue who Do not accept wishes to try it any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. com-S'ne- SAN FRANCISC ), CAL. NEW YORK, LOUISVILLE, Kt. N.r. IFlIEIROiEJ HOTJSDS3 CLOVERPORT, KY. Ccn-tr.il- ly A. S. KNGMSH, Prop'r. Sample Itoom. ti.ra per dav, Including bv the week, including located". Hoarding .co. room and bed, Single Me.il 40 cents. Dr. J. M, Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, Office over D. llambhton't Saddlery and Hamm Store. CLOVERPORT. KY. J. C. BUSH, W. 8. TAYI-OK- . II. TAYMn, . Frederica Street. DENTISTS Dr. S. S. Watkins, J. H. Taylor & Co., Over Zulanfi Jewelry Store 0WENSB0B0. KY. Physician umu: 1 & W. Surgeon, White's Building Cloveirort, Ky. W. In Up Stairs. ! Announcement. l'OU THK LHGISI.ATUIIK. We arc authorised to announce the Hon. TICE I ILLY, us a cindldals for the Legislature. Subject to the uction of the Democratic party. Breckenridge News. " WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1891. LOCAL BREVITIES. Nice window shades N. Y. Store. Did you try Ballard's Obelisk Hour? Rooms for rent. Apply to P. S. Bell. A new line of neckwear at Babbago's. Sidrer's are selling Hosiery from 5 c. up. Hon. Tico Jolly was in the city yesterday. Call on Bowmer & Hambleton for bar gains. Everybody likes Ballard's Obelisk flour. New line of choice ladies' shoes at Vest's. George Dean is back at bis old place at tho depot. Children's, and Misses' ribbed Hose, cheap Sulzer's. Born to tho wife of Mr. Fred Uttlng, a lino young girl. "For white ear corn call on Bowmer & Hambleton. Fivo quires qf note paper for 25 cents at Babbage's. High grade of coffees at Bowiper & &V A V Come to tho Bankrupt House for your canned fruits, preserves, jellies, oranges, raisins, Ac. 800 cedar jfosts for sale, cheap. For terms, F. 0. B. cars of boat, apply to L. 1). Addison, Addison, Ky. Three Scotch mincro arrived in this city Monday direct from Edinburgh. They were en route for Victoria. Miss Jennie Moorman is very ill at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Baitt. Her death is expected at any time. JnO. D. Babbago has the exclusive sale of the celebrated Monarch shirt In this city. Call and examine tho Block. 1). It. Muna and E. L. Sattorw lute botli have their down town oflices connected by telephone w ith tho depot. Nov. I. B. Timbcrlako preached one of his characteristic sermonsat tho Baptist church in this city labt Tuesday night. Mr. Geo. B. Cunningham, of Little hero yesterday Dixie, was wind-boun- d of logs, and called on tho Nkws. on a raft Tho Wheelers met at Irvington last Saturday and passed resolutions, calling for a third party candidate, to make the race for tho Legislature. Mr. Bob. Hook, son ot Bev. II. C Hook, Hardinsburg, and Miss Etta Uscly were married at the home of the bride in New Albany, Ind., March 5th. Mrs. Eliza Taylor after a weeks visit to relatives and friends here, returned to Hardinsburg yesterday accompanied by her sister, Mrs. J. II. Bowland. Mr. Pierce says if ho has good crowds at tho Skating Rink Fiiday night, Saturday afternoon and Monday night, ho will have a new Hoor in by Friday night, March 20th. Patterson and Allen hills arc both impassable. To get to this town the farmers now have to go around by tho Falls Two good of Bough and Irvington. pikes running into this town is what we want just now badly. Twenty thousand dollars will build two pikes, five miles each, out of this town. AVith these two roads the business of the town could be doubled. L. D.Addison is closing out all boots and winter goods at 10 per cent, under cost. All thews goods must go to make room for spring stock. Mr. A. A. Simons, who has been with Mr. A. B. Fisher as clerk for several years, has resigned bis position. Mr. Simons will practice medicine in this city. The entertainment announced for March 13th has been postponed on account of sickness. It will be given Borne timo in tho future, due notice of which will be given. Scot Morton, of Rock Lick, was in town last week purchasing spring supplies for his farm. Ho says ho is preparing to pitch u big tobacco crop. -- MalaHrt produces Weakness, General Debility, Biliousness, Loss of Appetite, Indigestion and Constipation. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic U a perfect Antidote for Malaria and removes the cause 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 be delighted. There aro many imitations. To get tho genuine, ask for Grove's. Never fails to cure Chills. Sold by all druggists. capiThe following party of talists came down on Mr. J, K. McCniek-en'- s special car, Katie, last Wednesday: Mr. Chiw. It. Long, president Louisville Water Works; Mr. J. C. Gilbert, Alderman and Capt. B. Vorbees, president of a large stone quarry at Bedford, Ind. They were accompanied by Messrs J. K. McCracken and Mr. I.ooniis, and the object of their visit was to Investigate the clay and tho site of our brick plant. They oxpiessed themselves as well pleased with the outlook, and that tho enterprise would be a paying one from the start. Henry Winter. Wm J. Wintor. J. M Borntreager. A FULL LINE! NEARINC THE END. A few more days and then our Cut-pric- e Sale on Winter tho Clothing is at nn end. Our counters nnd tables will be cleared ; nnd idled up with Spring Clothing of our own mnnufncdirc f! ilk J? Is a very good thing to havo in some ways, but the host way of nil is to handsomest stock of Men's, Hoys' and Children's Clothing ever shown in this city. These goods arc now on exhibition in our storeroom, second floor of our building. in nnd have fun with our Wintor Stock. In the meantime, come have n full line of WINTER "Old Reliable" Clotliiera S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY THE RIGHT LINE! Of Goods. A Everybody Knows That at this season the blood is filled with impurities, the accumulation of months of close confinement In poorly ventilated Btores, workshops and tenements. All theso impurities and every traco of scrofula, salt rheum, or other diseases may bo expelled by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, the best blood purifier evor produced. It is the only medicine of which "100 doses one dollar" is merchant has the best kind of a show with tho Public when he knows thoy arc ON THE LINE Of close buying, latest goods and best quality, all combined with reasonableness in price, and realizes that he can fill nil their expectations. Such is the condition we arc in, and these goods ! true. The Cloverport Paving Brick and Manufacturing Company. A number of citizens of Cloverport, among whom was Mr. J. K. McCracken, General Manager of the L., St. L. A T. Railway Co., quietly met in this city one day last week to consider tho question of manufacturing vitrified brick from tbe rcronrkablo clay recently discovered here. The result of tho conference' was that a corporation was formed with tho name that heads this notice, articles prepared and signed, nnd stock books opened. Before this quiet meeting adjourned stock was subscribed by those present to tho amount of $27,000, and that evening tho figures were increased to $34,000, and since then the amount has been materially added to. On tho next day some Louisville gentlemen were hero and took hold. Tho required amount of capital, $50,000, 'is likely by this time provided. The clay, by a peculiar treatment, produces a vitrified brick as hard as flint, and proof .against disintegration from frost and damp, and is tho best material known or ever discovered for roadways. It is believed to solve the problem of streets for cities, and an unlimited and ever increasing demand exists for theso bricks. Our people, with that enterprise for which they-ar- c justly noted, have taken hold of the matter, and there is now no reasonablo doubt that by summer the works will bo in full operation. Tho capacity of theso works will be large from tho beginning, and employment will bo given to a great number of people. It is understood that Mr. J. K. McCracken will bo President of the company and Mr. 11. A. Olzo tho General Manager. It is hinted that parties from Michigan contemplate erecting similar works on another tract of land near by. The Louisville Times, in commenting on this enterprise, says: "If tho clay is what it is reported to be, the concern will bo one of tbe most gigantic in tho South, and will be of great benefit to tho L., St. L. A T. It. R., and to Cloverport and this city." Tho Times, however, is a little off in sorao other remarks it makes. It has got on to the Michigan parties, and confuses their purposes with tho homo company already organized. The chances are both will bo set going. Tho clay has already been proven "what it is reported to be." Its quantity is unlimited. Tho stratum feet deep, and no opened is twenty-fiv- o bottom yet found. No better has ever been found any where, and tho brick it produces Jis equal, if not superior, to any other. Tho facilities for manufacturing are moro economical than else, and better profits aro promTho L., St. L. A T. R. It. runs ised. through the plant, and the Ohio river flows besido it. Natural gas is under it, and a well will furnish the best of fuel for burning tho shale. Tliis enterprise is another ovidence of tho spirit of our people. They will put forth their energies and monoy in manufacturing establishments which promise well, and thoy can always bo counted upon. They propose a lively manufacturing city shall bo made of Clovcrport, and that her remarkable natural advantages shall be utilized. any-whoro Looking: -- :Backward ARE HELD UP! For your inspection. Fall in Line and come to May be a pleasing pastime, but we take more pleasure in "Looking Forward," to the time when the growing population of this city and surrounding country, will all have become convinced that the best and cheapest place to buy all kinds of Sulzer's You Must self-eviden- Store, CLOVERPORT, ZY. Drugs, Patent Medicines, Eat! G-ood- s, Paints, Oils and Perfumes, V Since it is a fact that you must Eat to Live, or Live to Eat, wo desire to present to your economical consideration our complete stock of t rl.' IS AT i GENERAL GROCERIES, Careful Selection, G.W. SHORT'S, Leading Druggist, Reasonable Prices, Pure Appeal to your Cloverport, Zy. PERSONAL. : Keason -:- - Pocket -:- - Health :- - R. E. M00EMAN. Jvrockcnridgo News Building, CLOVERPORT, KY. ,& Ilambleton's. Bowmer & Hambleton lead them all in clieap shoes. , Bowmer & Hambleton have the largest stock of goods. Bowmer & Hambleton have the cheapest goods in town. SSquiro Riley Dowell, of Irvington, was . ,, In town yesterday. assortment of harness just reA full ceived at Addison's. For groceries of all kinds go to Bowmer & Hambleton. Bowmer & Hambleton have the lead v in children's clothing. Bowmer & Hambleton keep ladies' hose from 5 cents up. Tor Northern seed potatoes go to Bowmer & Hambleton. For all kinds of garden seed call on Bowmor & Hambleton. Ballard's Obelisk flour gives satisfaction or money refunded. Wo ara closing out a lot of Horse Col lars, very cheap Sjilzer's. Linen Lace, with insorting to match, a half price N. Y. Store. , The N. Y. Storo will positively sell you silk floss at half price. Very best flour 00 cents per sack at L. D. Addison's, Addison, Ky. Voit In Railing lilankuiU and comforts at prices that make them go. You will And choieo timothy hay cheap at Bowmer & Hambleton'. : Northern white oats direct from Iowa for salo at Bowmer A Ilambleton's. Como to tho Bankrupt House for your flour, sugar, coffeo, molasses, etc. Como to tho Bankrupt Houso for tobacco, cigars and confectioneries. Bowmer A Hambleton aro headquarters for laces, edgings and white goods. If you want eating potatoes you will find them at Bowmor A Ilambleton's. For netneB, .durability and comfort, wear tbe "Monarch" shirt. BabtMge'i, , 1 IK "V i.f V . ' Sir. G. E. Koerner, a Henderson contractor and builder, came up yesterday and wejit out to tho Tar Springs to make a bid on the buildings to be erected thero this spring. Tho following sales of Breckenridge tobacco were made in Louisvillo last week: Eight hhds. now Burley lugs and trash, at $9.00 to $1.05; 8 hhds. dark leaf, lugs and trash, at $8.20 to 05c; 7 hhds. old dark lugs at private salo; 7 hhds. leaf, at $8.G0 to $1.30; 8 hhds. common leaf anil lugs, at $1.70 to $5.50; 4 hhds. Meado county new Burloy leaf, lugs and trash brought $11 to $3.05. Clovcrport will soon havo one of tho best brass bands (Hardinsburg not excepted) in tho country. Tho following is a list of tho members.- - D. Sandcrfer,Chris. Kline, Jas. Mattingly, John Fella, R. W. Lewis, W. W. Brooks, J. A. MayhalJ, Henry Low is, Selby McCracken, Henry Yeagcr, John Tanner, Tom Prescott, Frod May, Jr., and Naco Iwis. Agents and canvassers should read the advertisement of Messrs. Cranston A They want Stowo in another column. an agent In this county to sell one of tho best subscription Bibles,published. Thoy offer steady employment and good pay to activo men and women. Wiito to them for terms, and call at our oflico and sco one of their handsome B bles. They guarantee sales. Mr. C. W. Rice, of Nowton, N. C, was in tho city last Thursday. Mr. Rico is tho attorney of tho Stephen Fisher branch of tho Fisher family, and is on his way to Germany in tho interest of tho heirs to the Fisher estate. JIo stopped here, to interview Hon, D. R. Murray upon matters i dative to tho estate. Members of tho Fisher family in North Carolina havo in their possession tho coat of arms and tho original will of Ludwig Fisher. . ' Tho full pago advertisement of Messrs. Hensloy A Jolly, of Hardinsburg, which appeared In tho News last week, was certainly a credit to tho wido awake, enterprising young members of that firm. Tho advertisement attracted wido atten tion, and tho News has been more than onco complimented on its appearance, tho splendid execution of tho work, and tho stylo in which it was gotten up. Such enterprise simply attests tho energy displayed in tho ncws'wpcr business in this day and timo. Moroovor it adds capital and renown to tho advertisers themselves, and shows to their trado that they are wido awako to every interest connected with thdr business. Messrs. Hensloy A Jolly have been free contributors to our advertising columns, and tho display thoy jnade last week but Absolutely 'Pura. shows that they have profited by tho good in judicious A cream of tartar baking powder. outlay and realize tho advertising. Wo hope to sec others Highest of all in leavening strength. U.S. Government Report, Aug, 17, 1889, take a little after tho same order. Mrs. Jabine is ill with la grippo. Ligset K. Shannon was In the city Friday. ' Mr. Henry Temple is III with la grippe. Mr. A. E. Adams has returned from Owensboro. Miss Violet Miller is visiting friends Tliis column for in Evanavillo. Burke registered at the AlexHenry ander last week. M. M. Chancellor, of Fordsville, was in town last week. Mr. Thos. Bolder has been quite ill for tho last week. Miss Josio Itaitt is confined toherhomo with rheumatism. The best Chilled Plow made for Miss Laflo Lallcist returned to school at Sliclbyvillo yesterday. $6.50. Mrs. M. E. Cunningham went to Stephcnsport Saturday. First-clas- s No. 7 Co il Cook Stove D. Stewurt Miller and James Heron A went to Louisvillo Saturday. for ifu.oo. Mr. B. M. Wells spent a few days in Toledo having his oyes tre.atcd. Avery's C. O. Steel Plow for $7.00. Capt. J. W. Vest, of Bock Vale, is the guest of his brother, Mr. Win. Vest. 1 Gallon Buclct for 15 c. ' . Mr. Jolin Morris Gregory, who has been ill, is able to bo out again. No. 7 Step Stove, $7.00. Mrs. Temple is confined to her room with a sovcro attack of la grippe. Mrs. Woot's is ill at tho residenco of Fine Large Dish Pan 20 c. her daughter, Mrs. Robt, Witt. Miss Annio King is expected in Clov- Two Pie Pans, 5 c. crport next week to visit friends. ..-.,.- . Miss Lillio Ferry returned homo Fri- Two Cups c. 1. 5 day from a visit to friends in Henderson. Mr. 'A. J. Johnson, an old and highly esteemed citizen, died Inst Monday Distons' Cross Cut Siiws, 35 c. per morning. foot. Mr. J. L. Culloy, of louisvillo, spent a few days visiting relatives hero last week. Hoes, Rnkesf Forks and anything Mr. Jerry Gananee, of tho L., St. L. & used by Gardners and Farmers T. station at Fordsville, was in the city Friday. Mr. Georgo Jordan has moved into All kinds of Hardware cheaper tho residenco formerly occupied by Dr. I'ayntcr. than ever. Mrs. F. M. Ryan, of Louisville, is the Mn. A. K. Hawkus Dear Sir: I havo friends and relatives in tho thoroughly tested tho glasses you adjust- guest of Anything made out of Tin or Iron. city. ed to my nycs somo timo ago, and find The Bobbin Factory'. them to bo unsurpassed in clearness and Tin and Iron Roofing. brilliancy. In fact thoy aro tho best Tho manufacturers' combine, rccontly formed by tho manufacturers of bobbins, glasses I have over used. spools and shuttles, is making an cfiort Pumps of all kinds. W. D. to includo tho bobbin fnctory at this of Florida. city in tho combine Tho plant is locatof All oyes fitted and fit guaranteed by ed below town, and is tho property enDon't buy anything in my line Dr. R. L. NowBom, Tho buildings, AV. Short, Cloverport, Ky. G. making tho gines and machinery for rough work aro complete and ready for until you sec me, for I will sell, operation, but parties who aro now members of tho coinbino havo hold an option upon tho concern, which will expire some timo this month. It is not likely that tho factory will bo bought upon tho terms ot tho option, but tho coinbino has submitted a new propos- CLOVERPORT.KY tion to Dr. Nowsom. This now proposition is not satisfactory to him, but ho says that If tho coinbino does not buy tho concern, ho will operate It himsolf. This locality possesses tho best sugar-tre- o and othor woods for tho manufacture of theso nrticles, and lias in overy way tho best facilities for an industry of a two vearold Stulllun, by Rowling this kind; nnd thoro ia a largo demand 1, hanuij Inches hl(;li,velf nnd heavi for tho product from tho mills of this vi- JorSale,i' or ly in jele. lurtner particular nuure cinity and tho South. J. K. KKITf 1 & SON, Clovcrport, Ky. Notice ! jAlIaRxandexel's Louisville, - Seventh and Market Streets, Hotel, KentuGkgl BargainS Having sold out our entire interest in the hotel on Jefferson street, 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 new throughout, and the outfit in every way will bo elegant, including one of Hale's Safety Passenger and Baggage Klevators with all tho lato improvements. AVo want all of our old friends to come and sco us in our old home. Wo promise you that our Rooms, Table and Servico shall be second to none in tho laiuW My wife"", Mrs. Jo. B. Alexander, wants to bo remembered to all her lady frienda "jf and she'w ill be glad to seo them and give them a hearty reception. FARE $2.00 PER DAY. JO. B, ALEXANDER, " V Manager. They all imitate me ! But none have ever equaled me ! We are always a length ahead ! 1 We are sole agents for the Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs And are furnishing thorn at tho reduced prices mado by tho Factory for this season. Wo will also furnish the Imitator repairs, that aro being put on tho market by other dealers, at prices lower than any other concern. Every genuine "01i;er" point is branded "Oliver". GENUINE OLIVER, No. A. -- NO NAME. - - - 25, 35 35 , J. L. Miller, For Sale! "19 w No. A. " 19 lo 25 25 " 20 "20 Have just Wc also have in slock a full line of "South Bend" repairs. 'full line of tho following Double Shovel Plpwa : . Meikle,1) received a Avcpy, Brown's and Blount's, also n complete slock of NcuvG round Plows. POWDER mile of Sale, fourFurim Ono In Irvington, Ky., containing i5ucrc, well liu icub young apple trees on It. Ont with firoved. naif mile of Irvington, Ky., coutulninfr 140 D. W. SLOAN, crc, well Improved. One in two miles of Irving, to furnish on fdiort ton, Ky., containing 101 acres in good utate of Is now prepared cultivation. One in one.quarter mile of and adnotice Coal and Feed, to any part of tho joining Irvington, Ky., containing jo acres, nn Either city. His placo of business is at Hall's improvements. Cull on of the above will be sold nr address on easy terms. K. M JOI.I.Y, Irvington, Kv comer. Call on him, COAL FEED! onc-hu- lf . B. F. BEARD & CO. e HARDINSBURG, KY. nffi BWiii WF ?immi&&.&rf-i&- r gyaji-grM-g aatH'x!m't ,x ,r. mmmmmmmms? AGRICULTURAL. Spado up tbo poultry yards and prevent disease among tho fowl. Scatter liino freely on tho ground before and after spading. Lime prevents roup, gapes and cholera. There are 1,300 beet sugar factories now in Europe, consuming 21,000,000 tons of beets, and furnishing 2,000,000 tons of sugar. Labor and fuel in tho manufacture cost $80,000,000, and more "than $100,000,000 are paid to tho farmers for beets. Young trees need looking to after every snowfall. If tho snow is not kept packed around them mice will burrow under it and girdle them. Slice are cs- jecially fond of tho young bark of apple and pear trees. A little care in protecting the trees now will save much extra labor in the spring. When farmers seek a remedy for tho present hard times, as a rule they begin at the wrong end. The profit realized on the sales of any crop depends on the price it brings less the cost of production. Therefore if farmers would give more attention to lessening tho cost of production they would no doubt find this the surest and safest remedy against low prices. Whenever n farmer has a field that in any 'season ho has not tho time nor available labor to plant and cultivate properly, it is a sure indication that he has too much land, and that implanted or untitled fields should be sold at onco to one who can make better use of them. The time and labor which might bo devoted to them, by neglecting something else, had better lc added to tho other iigt g -i- n - u- -l , ' t NT"T75" THEY BQixV-KZO T r. J, 7? ? Jf wrw?"' Jsiatefir- - t zzjQiH-- J "MHwiil v". 'r.?r'':' GUSTON. Messrs. Jesso Tulbot and Dr. IMocli, of Klizabethtown, were in town last week. Miss Clara Adkinsson has returned homo from a short visit to Vino Grovo and Big Spring. Mr. Geo. J. NcfT is making arrangements to move his largo store-hous- e from the west to tho cast sldo of tho railroad. Mr. Neff considers East Gus-to-n a better business location than West, henco tho contemplated move. Our genial friend, Frank Ditto, of Vine Grove, was in town this week. During tho present muddy season we have new roads leading to and from all parts of tbo country to Guston. l ou will find them alwut two feet under the old ones. Miss Ermine Munford went to Louisville, Saturday, to do some early spring shopping and make a short visit. Mr. Jack Morcinen and daughter, of near Big Spring, were in town last Fri day. Tho latter took the train for. Louisville. Mr. Harry Robinson was in town last week. Mr. James Osborne was in Brandenburg last week on tho Grand Jury. Miss Katio Thompson is homo from Cedar Hill school, Louisville. Mr. P. K. Malin, of Brandenburg, was the guest of Mr. II. L. Bell last Sunday. A Xemarkable Council. The Woman's National Council in .'Washington was addressed by feminine oi a tors Mho are law yore, and physicians, and preachers, and authors, and professors, and politicians, and business managers, and artists, and newspaper reporters, mauy of whom arc at tho same time tho mothers of families and housekeepers. Tho delegates who attended it were from all parts of tho country. Among tho many subjects brqught under discussion during tho Week in which it held its sessions were politics, temperance, education, charity, woman's work, and social reform. It was, from many points of view, a reinarkablo council, worthy of tho study of everybody who is interested in modern American history g or in tho novelties of this world- .- X. "Y. Sun. ever-changin- illM, SO IE. Truth Stranger Than Fiction Common Sense Against Theory, Prof. E. M. Coleman, forinr rly President of West Kentucky College, Ky., and also once President of Liberty College, Texas, paid our city a visit a few days ago and his old friends were surprised to sec him in tho enjoyment of restored health. Four years ago Prof. Coleman lost his health in Texas, iimL since that time ho 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 tho most eminent physicians of Texas, St. Louis, Wnukesho, Barry, Louisville and New York and got no relief. Three months ago ho yielded to the solicitations of friends nnd began Now ho using "Royal Girmatuer." says ho feels Uko a new man. Tho Professor appears perfectly happy in tho enjoyment of restored health nfter Btiffer- From tho Professor's cxierienco we discover that it is one thing to theorize nbout the enuso and cure of disease, but tht thing of vast importance to thoso who suffer is to get into posseasion of a remedy that will glvo reliel and restore tho CnnmlUrm IVfw .1'r.ilif T il tn llrutif mer Hill Vn H t minlerfcll. 1 was in a pretty good lzu.l Canadian town not very far from the bonier." said the drummer, "and I was going away on tho train Saturday night As I wit In the hotel about train time It occurred to me that all tho money I had with mo was $20, nnd that was one of those yellow kicked United States gold certificates. Now, 1 thought the chances are tho landlord has never seen one or these and 111 probably have tronblu However when the 'bus driver called out the train I went over to the counter, put my over coat on, whistling softly to give myself an air of innocence, and then I took tint the bill and handed It to the landlord " 'Hoyl'says ho. nothing smaller than 1891 FRANK S.COOK. -- : - '-- LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES, DOORS, this? "1 stopped Kiy 'nope.' whistling long enough to 111 III I i ' i jit I ! "He looked at It while I sought m Dr. Acker's English Fills valiso " '1 s'pose It's good enough, he said. Are active, cfTectlvo and pure. For sick ' 'Wish I had a hundred of 'cm. satdL stomach, loss of headache, disordered "The landlord took-- roll of bills from appetite, bad complexion and bilioushesitating vv'0' equaled, his pocket in a ness, they have never been down a ten and a live, turned partly either in America or abroad. For Salo around and pretended to lie looking for ! ' bvG. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky. and some oneannd twos, although I saw that health. he had plenty of them Witt A Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. "No nso. he said. 'I can't make tho Any one who is nfllicted can get mediEnglish Methodists celebrated the change. cal advice from Dr. L. C. Chishohn, Wll-lar- d " 'Well, what can I doV said I. hundredth anniversary of John Wesley's Hotel, Louisville, Ky., in regard to "Ho didn't make any suggestion death Monday, March 2d, by unvailing a the use of this nsiiicdyrw ofcliargt. " 'I've only six cents.' I said, 'asldn statue to his memory in front of the old from that bill, and there isn't. time to Tiik members of tho Louisville Com he once get changed anywhere else where in London chapel it mercial Club nre sending out circulnrs preached. " 'Oh, well pay me wnen yon come all over the State, setting forth reasons to risk losing back. said "Nip your cough in the. bud," by tak- the thirty-fiv- e cents (that's the price of why tho State Capital should bo removed Guaranteed Cure for La Grippe. ing "0. C. C. Certain Cough Cure," a a Hipper over there) rather than take the from Frankfort to Louisville. But they ,r will reap nothing for their pains, be"Mention this paper. bill. We authorize our advertised druggist pleasant and effectual remedy. " 'I'll give it to the bns driver at the cause tho State Capital is going to reSold by J. W. Owen. to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for depot. I said, and I went out followed main right where it is nnd where it justConsumption, Coughs and Colds, upon by the silent looks of the assembledco.il this condition. If you are aflllcted with Two Fapers a Week for a Dollar a pauy, who undoubtedly, congratulated ly belongs. fields. Year. La Grippe ami will uso this remedy acthe landlord as soon as the door was An excess of water in their early cording to directions, giving it a fair The "Twlco n week" Edition of The shut on escaping with so small n loss us growth is worse for tho potato crop than trial, and experience no benefit, you may St. Louis Republic is at once tho best thirty-liv- e cents. almost any other. Tho worst is that it return the bottle and have your money nnd the cheapest news journal in tho "1 was exasperated and I was afraid Looking out over the many homes of this country, we sec thousands is not assurance against an excessively refunded. paper, the experience would he repeated at the We make this offer, because world. It is a big seven-colum- n of women wearing away their lives in household drudgery that might be dry time when tho tubers are setting. of tho wonderful success of Dr. King's containing six to eight pages each issue, station, and what I'd do then I didn't Containing 300 acres. 200 acres materially lessened by the use of a few cakes of SAPOLIO. If an hour Tho early wet weather makes the roots New Discovery during last season's epi- or 12 to 10 every week, nnd is mailed know I wasn't acquainted with a sou! in town, and even if I had hecn I cleared , 100 in fine timber, situatset near the surface, so that they are the demic. Have heard of no case in which every Tuesday and Friday. Its readers is saved each time a cake is used, if one less wrinkle gathers upon the face couldn't have got the matter fixed to more apt to bo injured by later drought. it failed. Try it. Trial bottlo free at cut tho news of the day almost as prompt ed on tho Hardinsburg and Clovcrbecause the toil is lightened, she must be a foolish woman who would get nwa' that night A clover growth plowed under the potasize Large " 'Ticket for Detroit' I said, and laid port Turnpike, two miles West of hesitate to make the experiment, and he a churlish husband who would G. W. Short's Drug Store. ly nnd fully ns tho readers of a Daily toes is much better assurance of moist- 50c. and $1.00. down the bill, while the '1ms driver Hardinsburg and eight miles East and hnlf a week ahead of any AVeekly grudge the few cents which it costs. ure for the crop when it needs moisture in everv State in the Union. Yet the stood behind me waiting. acres sown Forty " 'Smrllest you've got? says the ticket of Clovcrport, If your grocer sends you anything in place of SAPOLIO, send it most. An expert who has been studying the price is ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. seller, looking at the bill on both sides. Washington, dein wheat, forty acres good corn back and insist upon having just what you ordered. SAPOLIO always A close, compact head is a great adIension business in Special Missouri, Illinois and Texas Edi" 'Only thing I can give yon, said I at least $40,000,000 every tions are printed, and a General Edition vantage in aiding growers of cabbago to clares that On floors, tables, and painted work it acts like a gives satisfaction. "He laid It down and studied It care- ground, and twenty acres for oats, ward oh" tho attacks of the cabbage year is paid to persons who have no for other States contains nothing but defully 'S' many o' these darned things ten acres for tobacco, the remaindcharm. For scouring pots, pans, and metals it has no equal. Everything worm. If varieties arc grown shadow of right to it; that the pension tails of important events of interest ev- are ouuterfeit' he said, while I stood er in grass. shines after it, and even the children delight in using it in their attempts near by, the white butterfly, which lays bureau is honeycombed with fraud; erywhere. The Republic is tho leading there boiling mad. but keeping a placid Improvements, ono dwelling and to help around the house. tho eggs, will, of choice, deposit them that its employes get pensions, rcratings, Democratic paper of tho country, aggres- face. " 'It seems to be all right, though, he two tenant houses, two barns, and moneys for themselves, while, de- sive, but tit the same timo liberal, nnd where they can be most easily protected. back t3T Qroccrs otten substitute cheaper goods tot SAPOLIO to mako a bettor rroHt. he gave me tho well supplied with wator tho year Most of the very early cabbages are serving claimants wait; that the man- the only thoroughly national journal in said at last, and then Send back such articles and Insist on having Just what you ordered. ticket and change d Remember the and more dililcult to grow agement of the bureau is grossly corrupt tho whole country. "I handed the driver his money round, two orchards, ono bearing, and wretchedly incompetent. And thus price is ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. laughed with him about the landlord where the worm abounds. Tho early tho other just set out. Winningstadt is an exception. It forms millions upon millions of the money Sample copies, also an illustrated Premiafraid to change the bill, and theu ! This is a splendid farm and well went out and walked up anil down tho a sugar-loa- f head, which is reasonably voted out of sentiment and gratitude for um Catalogue, sent free on application. Will bo suited for raising stock. platform, feeling bully the poor old soldiers find their way into Address The Republic, St. Louis, Mo. hard, and is always a sure header. "Some one touched me on the shoul- sold at a low price snd on reasonthe pockets ot a greedy gang of sharks There is great advantage in testing der. It was the ticket seller 'I'm a A Million Drill" I'll" II1"I. new varieties of jiotutocs, especially ami lobbyists. leetle afraid p' that hill, said lie in a able terms. For further particulars TritMittrun ! To be n uiilliouxiro- - for fix years and half apologetic tone nmi those reinarkablo for their vigor. Tiio X' HI ill III I i. iti address J. T. ROBARDS, Our Very Best Feople not know it has apparently been the luck we come to the seed ball the betInto the office,' I said, 'and I'll nearer 'Come Hardinsburg, Ky. endless varieCntriiugluiin. of Washingtry and fix it up.' nnd as I was rummag ter the yield, is the recent experience of Confirm ourstatemcnt when wo fay that of Mr. A. P. Dr. Acker's English Remedy is in every ton. Mr. Cunninghum is u clerk in the big around for a card I happened to rety. I am noW most potato growers. This is reasonall other pre- document loom of tho senate. Friday member that I h.d a check in my pwket able, because in planting from cuttings, way superior to any and uncle. back at my old Lungs. In night lie was informed that his for about $10, which a cnstouier in an A JOURNAL FOR ADVERTISERS. as is tho usual practice, any injury vto parations for tho Throat and Cunningham, died in Australia six other town had given me to send to the Croup, it is magic John an ehtate valued at vigor, whether by jwtato bug attacks on Whooping Cough and years tu;o. He Ii Issued weekly, and is the representative stand and reI showed that to the agent you a $1,500,000. He is the sole heir of his firm the foliage, by blight, or other causes, is and relieves at once. We offer Journal the trade journal of American adverpuzzled to know what to do this uncle, all his relatives who might linve was believe,' he said at hist. 'I'd rattier tisers. It Indicates to the inexperienced adver spectfully solicit reproduced in the seed, or rather bud, sample bottle free. Remember, " 'I the patronage of on a positive guarantee. comoin for n ulifsre of tho estate being have this than the bill There's so many User how, when, and where he should advei that is planted. Before these new evils Remedy is sold Cunningham is the son of of those bills counterfeited I don't like Use ; how to write an advertisement; how For Sale by G. W. Short, Clovcrport, dead. Mr. the public. affected tho potato varieties did not run Patrick Jo' i'ph Cunningham. Tho latter the looks of It' Then ho gave me back display one; wbat newspapers to use; how much Ky., and Witt A Meador, Hardinsburg, out as quickly as they do now. had two brothers named John and Fran the twenty nnd twenty more and took money to expend In fact, discourses on ever; Ky. cis, who were natives of Ireland nnd the check, The great need of farms is increased point that admits ot profitable- discussion. Ad fertility of the soil. How to bring this A canvass of the Ohio House of Repre- came from Dimdallc to America in 1820. "Yon can imagine what J thought of vertitlng Is an art practiced by many but unto Philaabout without bankrupting ourselves sentatives for Presidential preferences They went to Montreal, then that man. There was a check that he derstood by Tew. The conductors of Printers' delphia nnd then to Australia. knew nothing about, drawn to the order Ink understand It, and their advice Is based on wlule doing it, is the question. It is resulted as follows: Democrats CleveIn 1850 John returned to Philadelphia, about, in easy enough to make our lands richer if land, 30; Hill, 14 ; Campbell, 2 ; Carlisle, and in that year invited his brother Pat- of a firm he knew nothing years an experience of moro than twenty-nv- e Honest Goods. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. dorsed by a man lie knew nothing about, In placing advertlselng- - contract! for many of we have money to spend for manures Gray, 1; Palmer, 1 ; no rick, who then lived at Elliottville, N. and yet he took it rather than take a 2; Brice, 1; and fertilizers; but if we have not, what choice, 3. Republicans Blaine, 21; Y., to visit him. Patrick attempted to bill for half the amount guaranteed by tho largest and must successful advertisers. A shall we do ? Undoubtedly the cheapest McKinlev. 12: Harrison, 0 ; Lincoln, 1 ; accept the Invitation. There was an the United States government Lord year's subscription costs but two dollars : samIrish celebration nt uuiiiiio. ami no when source of fertility is found in feeding no choice, 3. got through being mad I was ple copies Free. Address : intending to go on to Phila- struck with the ridiculousness of the CO., OEO. P. HOWELL live stock. Kstimating its valuable conasked started to it The New York Herald reporters Newspaper Advertising Uureau, delphia. The train on which ho em- thing and I laughed all the way to lie stituents in the samo way as in commer- the Democratic members of twenty-seve- n 10 ripruca St.. New York. barked was mowed in between Dunkirk troit. and I laughed again the next day cial fertilizers, a ton of bran is worth-af- ter State Legislatures how they stood beand Buffalo, and Mr. Cunningham, in when I handed the bill to the clerk !ISffifilBffiffllfSS5Sfflfiffi85fflffifB?SHr it is eaten nbout S1IJ for manure. tween Cleveland and Hill for 1892. Tho the trying times that followed, lost the FREE TO ALL. Kuvsell house una I win mm brother. at the it. A ton of oil cake is worth in tho samo poll resulted : Cleveland, 1,515; Hill, 199; address of his Philadelphia Our New Illustrated f about OUTSELL AIL OTHERS, Catalogue ot Plants, a way from $18 to $20. Feed carefully, scattering, 270. Tho New York LegislatPatrick lived in u number of cities, dy" 'Well, said another drummer they Bulbs, Vines, Shrubs, 3t in Pennsylvania some years ago. 'are anything but fly over the line and ing and figure all results accurately, and seo ure stood: Cleveland, 2 ; Hill, 31 ; doubtIn our subscription lino eicry proper name In rthlclert Into syllable, and Die nrcent-mnrli reel, smu rruiis.: placid uior Hie emphatic sylluble, si) Unit IIIUlu rratlera can tell at a glume the proper prouuurl Now, after the lapso of years, his son re- that'H a fact urxpe vines, asous,: if it will not pay to keep a little moro iitluuot the word. 1 ful, 47. Erernreens. etc.. will : ceives tho first definite infoi mation about "Perhaps so." said the first man 'hut stock and have their aid toward growing be mailed Free to all Hg THE GREATEST AID EVER PUT INTO A SUBSCRIPTION BIBLE the uncle whom his father started out to the Russell house wouldn't take the bill applicants; 80 pages K better crops. That Terrible Cough and 4000 varieties oi fl Tills superb edition Imprinted from NEW KLECTIlOTYrCPI.ATKa, made from large, mod-rr- n find more than thirty jears ago. Philaand the bank wouldn't take it today 3S Plants, etc clear lp'. and In pronounced by eminent nutliorttl to be Hie mmtt nmirate ami iuuahlo I 5S till Inn ottlie Holy ltllile ever mart el lit bin country. Wtlizmt mlfleil imiiiy oilier uiwauil Satisfaction Guaranteed. morning, hurried or difficult delphia Record. guess it is a connterfeit and dam it. In the luluublo feature tu our lluo of Itlbleo. Address, jrj 1 36 Greenhouses; 80 acres. Wonder why so many persons suffer breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in nfter all." Detroit Free Press A I.oiiiIiiii Method. ? Ulin ft. UntUCD TntltmiTitn T. lit EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY TO SUCCESS. from catarrh when with Old Saul's the chest, quickned pulse, chillness in tsvmmmr,Wvwmvwwitfittmwia London i i covered with houses which Tlio Ginkgo Treo In IloKtnn. Catarrh Cure they would bo cured at the evening or sweats at night, all or any have been huddled together anyhow by WashNo tree, scarcely, excepting tLe WE GIVE CANVASSERS THE LARGEST COMMISonce. the speculative builder, on borrowed ington elm, at Cambridge, is more faof these things are the firwt stages of conSIONS EVER ALLOWED TO BIBLE AGENTS. any, re- mous than tho ginkgo tree near tho Joy We all have our preferences : but no sumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough money, and without much, if MrQutld, our Ptalllnns gard for the comfort or convenience of street gate on tho common. Dr. Holmes a Fither ofl.red trotter or Urnwn'sThught, n one" prefers to hear a crying baby when Remedy will cure these fearful symptoms hlchly llajpy SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO who are doomed to inhabit the fact is so well known, that Dr. Bull's and is sold under a positive guaranteo the persons the thing is worked was oelelnates It, and others often mentioned combined bred horse Doth young and und. EXPERIENCED AGENTS. them. How O. Stkpiif.ss. 8r., it: but I notice with pain that its name Alilren Baby Syrup would at once quiet it. "by G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and Look to your Interests, and wrlle for term to (Mention tliii, paper, briefly explained the other day In the is often misspelled "jingo." It lias never or J, 0, Stkpiikns, Ji. Holt, Ky. Witt A Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. bankruptcy court. A receiving order shown signs of fruiting, and for my part - CINCINNATI, O. CRANSTON & i The Fifty-firs- t Congress. wns made against a builder who began I confess that I, until now, hnd no idea I A thirty years ago, admittedly Yesterday at noon died, because it New Way of Telling an Old Story. business any capital. In due timo he that it Is a fruit tree. But Garden nnd tu to employ a live Louisville, SI Louis & Texas R.R. Co, Alarming illness in the family of the without bankrupt. That, wo may as- Forest says that tho Japanese ginkgo actWe wantagent and rquad energetic manthis longer live, the could no manager, In as our became a tree does sometimes bear fruit, that a most lawless, editor of the Times this week prevents sume, did not hurt him very much. and two or three other counties. OF tree planted In tho grounds of tho milihis giving that attention to newspaper most defiant, 3STO. Will fay $75.00 por Month At any rate, wo shortly afterward find tary academy f Kentucky produced most desperate, work otherwise demanded. The indulhim carrying on Ida business again, and fruit soveral years ago, and that ono of to a suiublo party. Applicant will be required to give a bond fur gence of tho public and the sympathy of then in the course of unother nine years tho trees in Central park, Now York, Is most partisan, Taking Effect 3011, and furnish a good horto and patrons oi tho Times is asked in the ho onco more found his way into the now fruitful. A treo in tho garden of No one neeVl apply who cannot complybugy. most extravagant, the with AtiiGOo'clckA, H,, uundij,Nc:7.30, 13D0 bankruptcy court. On that occasion Charles J. Wistar, at Gerinantown, Pa., this requirement. , and most unrcpublican nlllictlon, which has for the sixth time there was tho cheerful payment of one now nbout forty years old, bore a few Address with references, stating age and Capital Stock $25,000. Congress that over assembled, rioted and overtaken him. shilling in the pound an unusually fruits last year for tho first time. The former employment, HVt Bound Train! Ea,t Bound Traiv. , P. S. He weighs eleven pounds. expired under, or above, tho Constitulargo dividend tinder tho circumstances. 61 52 fruit of the ginkgo is somowhat similar Tho Southwestern PubK Houso, M II. F. BEARD, President. A Mail Mail & tion of the United States. Tho record Glasgow Times. On ho went ngajn, moro gayly than to an olive, with a large, hard nut surWIIiIj MIMiEU, Kxpr's Uxpr's STATIONS 153 & 155 Spruce Street, Kxpr's which it leaves to history and to infamy Then he "worked" several buildrounded by thick oily flesh which soon M. II. DUAHI), Casbier. NASHVILLE, TENN. Dally Dally Dally There is no need of bewailing tho dis- ing estates with a firm of solicitors, but becomes rancid nnd Is very disagreeable. is one of shameless "I Q. W. BKAHD 025pm 8 (154 in Iv.lJn'n Up't..ar 1 05l)in appearance of Blair of New Hampshire somehow or other that did not answer, The kernel of tho nut, however, has a usurpation, Directors, 1)40 KSKMDQB 820 rwciHMCKy MOnillS ai. 12 ou 7i!0 900 West Point 1210 from the Senate on the ground that he nnd consequently that enterprising gen- delicate almond like flavor much liked J nullification, R. M. JOLLY. " 901 12 07pm Howard his third appearance in the by tho Japanese, who use great quantihas been the "chief patron nnd cxemp-lero- f tleman made oppression, Hock IIav;n court Thus do tho gods sometimes ties of these seeds as dessert fruit. Bos927 j tiaz deposits. 745 920 Ilruudcnburg 11 53am 7M l.onj; Ilranch 1143 eccentricity" there. Wait awhile desK)tisin, 8 01 937 jrersecute those whom thoy love. Lon1131 ton Advertiser. 8U7 U40 Meade Springs 1130 till the two Alliance champions from the don Herald. force, 0 40 811 Kkron 1124. ' greed, West, Peffer of Kansas nnd Kyle of South 822 964 Guston 1110 An UUtorlcnl Oiik. 10 0J 830 Irvlngton 1107 Dakota, take their seats in the Senate. robbery, of a Word. Relics from southern battlefields are The 83U 1012 Webster 1068 jooV out for blizzards when they rise in 10 20 8 47 gwine t' still finding their way to the north, and Lodiburg 1061 Onailqti&rtera for subsidy, Tho Head Walter Isn' yo' 1027 850 I'tercc 1042 wratli.-Y. Sun. they excite n good deal of interest among tip me, sab? 10 30 bankruptcy, 0 02 bi.i..plc 1030 mo 10 44 Stephcnsport 1020 Mr.' Hayborn .Lord, nol I won't tho veterans. At the offico of Frederick class spoliation 10 49 910 Addison 1021 been very 'tentivo, E. Hovey there has arrived a section of 91'J 1052 Battle Billlousness, besiego Malaria, touch yer. Yon ain't Holt 1018 nnd class favoritism a record U33 1100 CJmerpQrt"" 10 03 but 1 don't lay it up ngin yer 'nough t an oak treo nbout 4 feet long and 13 by that of no legislative lody break up Chills with "0. C. C. Certain lav hands on yer. Judge. 1114 9 40 Qriiin Drills, Ferti'izer. Cement, Micb Shops 955 inches through. It was purchased as a 1120 952 bkillman 9 44 Chill Cure," the pleasant remedy. No which over sat under a Republican form 1137 relio from a fanner nt Chickamauga for ignn PlftRter, Salt, Li mo, Conl Oil 10 01 llawestillc 932 1144 1008 Sold by J. W. Owen. l'etric of government. Courier-Journa- l, 9 23 March cure, no pay. 3, and ho secured another dollar for Do NQt Suffer Any Longer. 1151 1014 by tbo Barrel, Planter Hair, Kalcon 917 carrying it to tho railroad, nino miles 11 60am nth. 1017 913 Cace Knowing that a cough can bo checked away. CHILL 10 23 l2Klpm Politeness Fays. I.ewisport 900 It was shipped July 10, and 1221 1041 CnEAl'EST MCBICINE JINOWN & l'ower8 8 47 , stages of consumpshould havo arrived hero weeks ago, bftt 1233 CONSIDERING QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSC. 1055 Foster was appointed Secretary of the in nday, and tho find 8 32 I'utca The First Symptoms of Death. 1245 Ajcso'cnjazm Owensboro 822 Brick, Plow Handles, Pipe Flooring al 1100 tho car was sidetracked during tho strikes because he went fishing with tion broken in a week, wo hereby guaranTreasury 1259 1118 Muttlngly 808 BILIOUSNESS, DYSPEPSIA, Tired feeling, dull headacho, pains in Cough Remedy, nnd did not arrive hero until this month. ways knpt on hand. Orders ac1120 107 Stanley 769 Ben Harrison in the summer of 1888 nnd teo Dr. Acker's" English AND CHRONIC CONSTIPATION. 1137 117 This piece of oak is deeply imbedded Worthlnirton 747-of tho body, sinking nt the various parts to all who companied by cash prompt Spottivllle 1165 did not catch tho biggest fish. St. Paul nnd will refund the money 137 723 two whole sheila pit of the stomach, loss of appetite, Globe. O. C. MARTIN, l05pm 140 Ilatketts buy, tako it as per directions, and do with shells. There nro ly tilled. 719 121Xum 200pm ar.Henders'n vislblo and fourteen email pieces. v 7 0riim feverishness, pimples oi sores, are all not find our statement correct For partly BHUaoiST Tho cap on one of theso shells is threo NEXT DOOH BELOW POST OFFICE. positive ovidenco of poisoned blood. "Did you get your tailor-mad- e jacket?" Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverjiort, Ky., inches in diameter, and a few letters can Ky ir llllU rortHtiihihntnadfrt No matter how it became poisoned it and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. bo deciphered on it which might tell its Clovorport, wutk fur m. hy Aim Vg. Jluiiln, "No. My husband said if 1 would go TiM, ami Jito. Ifonii, Toledo, Ohio purified to avoid death? Dr. without it until April he'd give up must bo make. The pieces havo grown in nnd mi umt irt ooisif m wtii. w a KfJiHlKaBn "yuvr num rant otr rvw.v a Mr. Bradford McGregor, of Covington, are partly covered by tho gnarled oak. Acker's English Blood Elixir has never smoking for Lent." uotiiii. imi rnifl4fli wk iDaHTt ArnWiriiw 4usM oi eay ana jbjm, I naiD, m htrrrtr 70a trv Ktn oi jurorl orXxMMMinOU Tlds treo stood very closo to tho headfailed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic tarniar irom 9 w ianr are "Sort of a denial of sackcloth and ash- Ky., has succeeded in welding aluminH.ln.l. aM uiituuaniv KNUrH. MatfMMUrmu JU dv. All ant W idiaw VAa WnutitiK,i;arTSLoriD oihuis riM or MT. um with gloss, and tho manufacture of quarters of Gen. Thomas on Sept 10, poison. Sold under a positive guaranteo es, I should pay." N. Y. Sun. and tinyoH.tan work jnMratlm ibMMtir uhin hvhi fUiM. WrIMtkM. flexible glass, he thinks, is involved in 1803, at tho battle of Chlckamanga. by G, W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and rrj. talUtra unknown muiau OFFICE, Provldenco Journal. Hardinsburg, Ky. . ES MUE MCOtGAL CO., BUFFALO, H. Y. II.Hu)lU hiB discovery.. A Meador, Hiirdinsbiinr. Ky. B MS rwUuiul.MitJM? Witt Ifavo your Job work dono at this ofllco Court House u '' Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET. 15th & lfitli STS., - ! LOUISVILLE, KY. . Valuable Farm for Sale! A REAL LUXURY! soft-head- n loose-heade- tie-in- HEEE WE AEE AGAIN i. w w & Printees' Ink FURNITURE, UNDERTAKER, 1 R0N0UNGN6 FAMILY c ARALLEL BIBLES JK. , t ' For Sale. Js ACENTS WANTED! STOWE, 'I MAN WANTED BANK X HAHDUSrSBTJUG TIME SCHEDULE 17. bo-for- e. 3hi . N. 7m W CUfrE. 'Hmnr ?o GREGORY & CO., jtffl V -'&& ' ;-: UK I Reapers and Mowers, LIVER mBrMEDICINE it wiuj Pine Poplar Shingles Y. Cr. Babbaue, Attorney at Law, OR MEN ONLY! :i!ijw0'vwmm, 8u tlRt'iHBV "?i Lr.r 7iw. -i T ;tbi IT-- '., Ik "I'n 1 tii .acraBaayaw iimnrrirnTiriTtn v I '"'" Tutiimiii .f) 1, j niiana m