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OUTl NO. 3- 4mwwmww BRANDS OF ILOUR-AR- REMINISCENCES. (IV AX NONE SUCH, DAILY BEEAD, SATISFACTION, BOYD'S ENTIRE. None Such is made by taking from each bushel of wheat only about 6 lbs of the V, very finest flour it contains. This is accomplished by the latest improved process known to the milling world to day, and when it reaches the barrel or bag it is as pure, rich and white as it is possible to make flour. If you want the finest Patent flour the market affords buy None So. 14. t Slicrlff under the old ConstiTho tution was Vivian Daniel, by virtue of having been Magistrate with 'Nathan Hoard, who had lortned or bought tho oflico as Deputy. Tho first meeting of tho" Magistrates under tho present was called and held Juno Present, Williamson Cox, 2, 18U. Judge, and tho following Magistrates, viz: David It. Murray, K. Fisher, Elijah It. Esktidge, Jas. A. llatnbleton, Joseph AVheatly, Win. D. Carwhile, Charles Alexander, George P. Duncan, Thomas AV. Dyer, Isaac It. Malin, Richard A. S. Drashear, Jonathan P. Beauclinmp, T. C. Dowell, Thomas Alexander, John II. Cashman, Peter AV. Johnson, Griflln S. Dowell, AVm. Smith, Jr., John M. AVIiite- liead and Richard K Sutton. In-jCon-stiluti- , John L. Helm, as was Joe Allen, County These were all commissioned by Gov. 0, Clerk, who gave bond in tho sum of $10,-00with Francis Pevton, J. A. Ilamble-to- n and Jefferson Jennings securities. Gov. Helm also commissioned G. P. Jolly, Sheriff, who appointed S. V. It. Board and T. J. Jolly, Deputies; also Richard P. Kincholoc, Jailer, who gave bond in the sum of ono thousand "pounds," and Samuel C. Chalfant, County Attorney, John B. Jolly, Assessor, Joseph H. Ball, Surveyor, Philip Liglitfoot, Coroner. Bath, the present Judge. Charles was Judge of tho Common d Pleas Court until that court was tho Legislature. John Allen by Murray was Judgo of tho Criminal Court until it was abolished. The office of Attorney has been Commonwealth's held successively by Alfred Allen, John Chapcze, Cicero Maxwell, Baker Boyd, Joo Haycraft, AVm. R. Haynes and Chapczo AVathen ; Circuit County Clerk, d Joo Allen, G. P. Jolly. E. Board Richard S, Skillman; County Judge, AVilliamson Cox, James A. Hambleton, E. It. Eskridge, Milton Board, N. McO. Mercer, Milton Board, A. M. Pulliam and Thos. Atkisson ; County Clerk, Joo Allen, G. 1. Jolly, James A. Hamblo-toD. P. Heston, F. Fraize, U. P. Jolly, Monarch; County Will Miller and Attorney, S. C. Chalfant, Jno. B. Bruner, James T. Morehead, Robert II. Bow-me- r, AV. K.Barnes and Milton Board; Sheriff, G. P. Jolly, M. Board, Thomas Atkisson, Frank Fraize, G. P. Jolly, Jas. A. Huinbleton, Thomas A. McGill, John R. Dellavcn, C. AV. Moorman, D. S. Richardson, Allio DcJernctte, D. II. Severs and J. Stowart DcJernctte ; Jailer, Gen. Basham, Harrison Kennedy, John Slaton, I,ogan Pato and John Slaton. aliol-ishen, That Jail Contract Mn. EiUTOit. Theto has been among tho people of the county a great deal of discussion of tho jail question and nn anxiety to know tho true status of the matter, and how it happened that the contract was let at so high a figure when there was only ono bidder before the building committee when tho contract was drawn ; why it was that tho judge, attorney and many others took so active a part in influencing the court to ratify the contract and not give tho committee tho sixty days longer time for receiving other bids, as was so urgently insisted on by n part of tho justices. This, too, in tho faco of an agent for ono of the most experienced and responsible firms in the United States, who was offering to build it just as good for$2,-00- 0 less. Then there is a feeling or belief by many that the whole proceeding was illegal. Tho law says that tho court of claims shall make no appropriation of any sum over $30 without it is supported by a majority of all the justices in commission on a yea and nay vote. There aro twelve justices in commission, eleven of whom were present. Six voted to ratify and five voted against ratifying the contract. This lacks ono of being tho majority required by the statute. An attorney said that if the majority referred, to by tho law was given when the sheriff was ordered to pay the builder, the law would bo complied with; that it was when the debt was paid, .and not when it was contracted, that the appropriation was made. This is not satisfactory to many, for they can't bo just how tho court can keep from making the order to pay a debt that has been legally contracted. The judgo ruled "that the majority vote required by the law was the vote taken at a previous term when a majority voted that it wan necessary to build a jail. There are many who fail to see it in that light, as there was nothing binding in that vote no contract nor money even mentioned; and if that was an appropriation, it is hard to tell whether it was ovor or under the $50 named by the )aw. It seems to this writer that tho law. cannot possibly mean aught else than the binding of tho county to pay a sum of money, and that it is done at the time a contract is entered into, or ratified, or nn amount named by the court that it will pay for any purpose when tho conditions required are complied with, and not when it determines that it is necessary to do a tiling, nor when it orders the cash paid on n debt that had been previously contracted, for this it cannot avoid. Tho law would compel llicm to pay thoir debts whether a ma jority voted for or against it. Right or wrong, legal or illegal, by the lobby or arbitrary rulings, it is getting .there just tho same, and a little discussion of tho matter through your paper might result in convincing tho peoplo that it is all right, or in so mystifying tho subject that it will not bo so clear to them that it was all wrong. BURLEY TOBACCO. Its Culture, Curing, and Handling, Ofpick of the Commissionku of AoiticuLTUHK, HoimcuirwnB AwAAAwAAAv and Statistics. Fiunkfout, Ky., 1891. J Witt & Meador Such. If your gro- .? cer does not keep it send to us. Terms cash or good references. The list of county officers as presented herein shows the strong disposition of those who once get office to hold on to it. Take tho case of Judge Board, whom the writer knew as a lad on his father's farm, not dreaming, perhaps, ofleavlng that occupation and engaging in polities Tho following were Constables: AV. and yet we find bun deA. Barton, John S. Newton, Ed Burton, veloped into tho most continuous and Georgo E. Dailcy, John Davidson, Pey- successful county office-seekat the ton Thornhill, Archibald McKaghan, hands of tho peoplo to be found in the Allen Basham and Henry D. Basham. State. AVhen lie shall have sen ed out AV. T.Owen, now a resident of Owens-borhis present term ho will havo been and prominent at- thirty-fou- r an years in office. This beats torney, qualified as Deputy Clerk the Benton's "Thirty years in tho Senate," 10th of Mav, 1831. but is not in accord with the good old Democratic doctrine of "rotation in ofThe first regular term of the Court of fice," ,a beautiful figure in theory, but Claims was hold in October, 1831. The practically not approved of by those amount of claims allowed at this term who don't wish to bo rotated out of office. was $2,130.90, ono item of which reads, "Amount allowed John S. Newton for made a faithful AVcll, arresting and whipping a negro slave, officer tho Judge bos throughout, and for tho sacrifices one dollar." The County Attorney was for the good of the allowed for his services one year $100. that such men lnuko public, a clause should bo inserted in The County Judgo was allowed at this an officer, time for holding quarterly court three the now Constitution retiring thirty-fou- r years' service, on half to forty dollars por after terms $9. Thirty year was allowed for keeping paupers, pay. V V ofilce-seekin- er o, ex-jud- V V BOYD BROS., IRVINGTON, KY. WHAT SCROFULA BRONCHITIS EMULSION COUGHS SCOTT'S CURES CONSUMPTION COLDS Wasting Diseases Wonderful Flesh Producer. remedy. Many have gainod ono pound por day by its use. Scott's Emulsion is not a secret It contains tho stimulating properties of tho Hypoplios-phite- s and pura Norwogian Cod Liver Oil, tho potency of both being largoly increased. It is used by Physicians all over tho world. PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all Druggists. COTT &. BOWNB, Chemists, N.Y. II Uosilvenea. At druggists. I'rico ores liver Complaint. ,ttllm flection and ao c. Believes quickly Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago, OIL SALVATIONdrugghti.) all 25 (Wee only cents. Sola by Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, Burns, Scalds, Sores, Backache, &c. (f8h ttiwotk for n, I ladrr, (totxlutulroj t iink a tnuch,tjut mi in v 'vmlIi x ii it IrLlv how lit mm from f& la 10 a yt tli Hart, a Mil tuuit a you fro on. Hum kit, an apra. in n n Amerku suit i au comiitrnreat Wuia. ttif all J out t1oie,r ar ntumrnta only to tlKWork Aliiii'tw (treatiafillfKror Trr worker. t atari you, furobhlnv vrirtMnr KASII.Y.Hl'ELDILY lrn.C I'AltriLULAlCS HUB. AddrtMatODM, 10.. ruUTLaJtb, BAlAaV blUoU UE To cure Biliousness, Sick Headache, Constipation, Malaria, Liver Complaint, take the safe and certain remedy, SMITH'S BILE BEANS bulllO). 1Te Sultnbla tor nil Price of either slco, 25c. per Mettle. iflSSINfi"7-17-70p.r .r iumi. f.r t l. J,f,SHItHGi.ner.ir"Hlienii:A.s3.HST,lClllS HO. " Beam to the SMAI-I- i theTHEV ARE HI (tOllttleCONTKNIBNT. TUB MOST Aj. It l 4 VI'.AK! I .uil.tl.kf UwfMill 1111.11171111 irrH tllb.r IIMilitnjfalrljr trf.J .nd ril..tiid h work luUuitrUMi,! TfctfeMBt HlUr . h.rrtrr tlitr llirt.l "nlll Uq furnUh v..iIhil.i.ii.ii .llu.Uu of iwlluif nril Iim li jtmu r.w ..ni llttl tuivu.l llir . iafurln.ulr.rulMlir,K.lljriv1ilUM:kl!r S trtnMl Idnlrvbutvii. Mrorkvr lviH.lidlimtbrwttnfx 1 l ..r. tltnitf tamrUI .uj uvUl Wl ! ylw--n- It , fern r M.kliiK e.d. Nl.lV iiyuUr, kA J MIII.IH. ulliinliuUraVKKK. Additual.a, . AHgmtM, MmIh. K, V, Al.l.KN. Kin $3000; Mtle the lubel an yttur paMir hhA II tht time exulre thl mitth. G. P. Jolly is another veteran in office, Brccken-ridg- o The business of the court was trans- having served the people of county oven longer than Judge no adjourned acted in two days, with term, and for tho services thus rendered Board. His time of public servico foots years, not counting tho the Justices allowed themselves $2 each, up thirty-fiv- e tho modest sum of $1 per day, payable double office of Circuit and County out of tho next year's levy. The salary Clerk, which if counted singly would of tho County Judgo was afterward add eight years more. But in the abfixed at $100. The court levied a tax of sence of a constitutional provision ap$1 each oh 2.894 tithes as per Assessor's plying to such cases, tho Government is list, on which tho Sheriff's commission very properly taking care of Mr. Jolly not, however, as n pensioner by any was $174.55, and tho delinquent list alproperty means; hois required to work for what lowed was ?204. There was no he gets. Tho emoluments of office held tax. by Mr. Jolly have to u considerable exSi'iiscRtnKit. Included in tho claims allowed and ap- tent been distributed among tho needy called upon, propriations made were quite liberal in conferring favors when Head of Hair. A Ten-Foamounts for improving tho roads, work- and that regardless usually of tho politTho longest suit of hair in tho world is etc., to ical antecedents or opinions of the party ing bad hills, filling mud-holeperhaps that which grows on tho head bo expended under the supervision of favored. of Miss Asenath Philpott, of Gainesville, Magistrate or some citizen of tho vitho cinity, and which in many instances but Tex., hers trailing on tho ground when Among the other was not prudently done; the repairs few novices in that line may be found. sho stands nearly four feet, and measurmade were of a temporary benefit, to bo Judgo Mercer was County Judgo two ing in all ten feet and seven inches. renewed with an increased amount at terms and County School Superintend- Miss Philpott is a slight, dclicato womAV. K. Barnes was an, approaching middle ago, and regards next court; and notwithstanding this ent afterwards. continuous outlay, tho reputation of County Attornoy for twelvo years, and her magnificent tresses as rather a Breckenridge county for bail roads was whilo the others held for shorter periods, nuisance, complaining that their weight proverbial, and remains bo to this day. it will bo noticed that all the important .actually drains her strength. Tho present growth is of tho past sevcounty offices have been monopolized to This drawback to the county's prosperremedied by adopting a considerable extent by a few persons. en years, as in 1884 her head was shaved ity can only be during a spell of brain fever. It is necand a good system of improvement No ono can develop tho grace of meek- essary to her health to cut out largo measures that will insure an honest and ness by listening to a crying baby. Stop quantities of hair every few months, prudent expenditure of funds appropriits fretfulness by curing the colic with and this bIio has a regular sale for from ated for that purpose. somo large wig manufactory in tho East, Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. How fow persons give that careful How foolish to sit and wait and suffer which pays her well for it, as its fineness consideration to public affairs that they with catarrh, when Old Saul's Catarrh and silky gloss is exceptional, besides d red gold tint. do to their personal interests and j ct Cure will cure vqu readily and radically. being of a Miss Philpott says sho has boon sev how many such seek and accept trusts of responsibility in such matters simply Thinks He is a Bigger Han than eral times approached by enterprising proprietors of dime museums, who have to turn an honest (?) penny It is estiCleveland. m made her offers to travel with them as a immated that eribugh money has been Mr. Ellis, of Ovpnsboro, seems to freak, and has also been requested to act properly or carelessly expended in this have had his head abnormally developed as agent for sundry hair tonics. She county in the past forty years to turnby ono session in Congress and now pike every milo of bad road in tho seems to think ho is a bigger man than claims that her family havo for generations been noted for tho beauty and county. Cleveland. Ho Bays that 'tho strength of her hirsute ornaments, her cannot carry more than tw.o coungrandfather having a beard that fell to Tho question ujon which tho welfare ties in Kentucky and oughtn't., to carry his feet and being obliged to cut his of the county now depends in a great even those. Tho trouble with most hair ovcry day or two. Her mother's measure is, shall this etato of affairs connow men of tho calibre of Mr. Ellis is tinue, or will thcro bo a spirit of im- that they think that the sun rises and hair was such that when she lay in her coffin it enwrapped liei from head to provement exhibited in the matter more sets in AVoshington and it takes them foot and was then obliged to bo folded in accordance with tho wants and necessomo timo to find out their mistake. back several times. sities of the community? A splendid Mr. Ellis shouldn't havo shot off so field opens up hero for somo Alliance soon. A few days' stay in Kentucky Squandering tho People's Money. man or other enterprising citizen to would havo convinced him that tho Tho Constitutional Convention has pave his way to local fame, if not to peoplo are for Grovcr Cleveland and paid out to date over $7,000 for the stenfortune. will nominate him in spito of politicians ographic report of its wrangles and its and other ustuto individuals who think jangles, its progressions and its retroJohn AV. Allen was appointed a Dep- they Hiow it all. Interior Journal. gressions, nnd the stuff makes in print uty Clerk in 1834. John B. Bruner, somo 4,000 pages that no reasonable rewho had previously served in tho LegisA Childless Home. ward would ever induce ono elected County Attorney in lature, was Smith and his wife havo every luxury in 10,000 to read. Louisville Times. 1854, and alter serving faithfully in that capacity, was for soveral terms State that money can buy, but there is ono Something to he Thankful For. Both Senator, in which position ho acquired thing lacking to their happiness Congress loft tho walls of children, but no llttlo voices The Fifty-firs- t much distinction, attaining to tho oflico aro fond Governor, which prattle, no llttlo feet patter in their of tho Treasury vaults standing, which of acting Lieutenant ho filled with credit to himself and to beautiful homo.' "I would give ten is "something to bo thankful for. Now the county and district represented. years of my life if I could hnve ono tho people must pay heavier taxes nnd Ho was a man of great political tact, and healthy, living child of my own," Smith get us on a good footing again, 'lhat is withal conscientious in the discliargo of often says to himspll. No woman can what the people aro for under the. presN. Y. Herald. his duties. Had his life been prolonged, bo the mother of healthy offspring un- ent administration. lie would doubtless have attained to a less sho is herself in good health. If Tho oppressed subjects of European she suffers from femalo weakness, gon-erhigh round in tho ladder of fame. governments turn to this country for pains, and debility, bearing-dow- n freo laws and for tho free Tho oflico of Circuit Judgo under tho functional derangement, her physical frco homes, pains. d succcb-sive- b condition is such that she cannot hope use of Salvation Oil for their present Constitution slight cold frequently conTierce's It is tho by Jesse AV. Kineheloo, Joe. Stew- to have healthy children. Dr. art, George AV, AViHtams, James Stew- ravorito Prescription is a sovereign and tracted tliat finally undermines the sysart, George W. Williams, Martin II. guaranteed remedy for all these ailments. tem. Use Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in r. the beginning stages and lie cured. Cofer, Stwrt and T, It. Mc- - I See guarantee printed ob there being then no poorhouse farm. V V AVill offer for the next sixty days a sweeping reduction. I have many inquiries from those not AVe will make a special sale from February familiar with tho Burloy Tobacco, seeking information as to tho best manner of 1st, of our culture, curing and handling, and I give HEAVY CLOTHING, some suggestions approved by tho most OVERCOATS, growers of Burley Tobacco. successful Much depends upon beginning right BOOTS nnd SHOES, Secure in raising a crop of tobacco. MEN'S OUT SHIRTS," plenty of plants and have them early. LADIES' and GENTS' . Burn your bods sufficient to kill all the ' HEAVY UNDERWEAR, seed of weeds or grass; then dig up the WOOL HOSIERY, &C. bad, rake and pulverize every clod, removing all obstructions that may bo will be on tho decline from this date The season for these goods found in tho bed. The bed should be AVo will and this sacrifice is made to closo them out before Spring. mado compact by rolling or tramping positively carry over none of these Goods. LOW Extreme with the feet. PRICES will mako them go. Call in and sec us, you will profit Burley seed ought to be sown as early thereby. Our , sales have been large, considering the scarcity of in tho season as possiblo, and the plants monoy, and we intend to .make them larger still if low prices will protected from the fly by canvasing the make them so. AVe sell for Casli or Produce only. Give us a trial. Burloy plants bed with cheap cotton. - Respectfully, arc more preyed upon by insects than of other varieties. A dessert-spoonfseed will sow ten feet square. Plant early (by 20th of May, if possiMain St., opposite Court House. HARDINSBURG,KY. ble), as it requires about one hundred days to mature after planting. Lay the iwvvvvvvvvyvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv wwwyvwwwwwwwwwwvwwvw rows three feet six to nine inches, and set in tho rows eightcn to twenty-fou- r inches. Begin plowing and hoeing soon nfter planting, and tho more you work your tobacco, the batter body it will have. If cultivation with tho plow is neglected, the ground getd hard, and tho lower leaves of tho pl.int burn after topping. The plant should not bo allowed to flower out ; top as soon as the button apThere are several opinions pears. among growers about topping. Some top as high as twenty leaves, but wo arc satisfied that fourteen to sixteen leaves (in ordinary soil with a usual season) will make as many pounds and a better quality of tobacco. Keep all suckers off, that tho strength of tho plant may bo concentrated in the leaves. The search for worms should not cease from the time they mako their appearance until tho crop is housed. The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices , It is generally very difficult for begincan be found at ners to determine when Burley Tobacco is ripe, and consequently a fine crop is If often Injured by being cut green. there is no danger of frost it should We carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture stand until the second crop of suckers at prices to suit the times. Below wo quote prices of Harness made has been taken of; heneo the necessity from pure Oak Tanned Leather. of early planting. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, 8G.50, S7.50, $9.00 Somo planters prefer housing as soon and S12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, as cut, while others leave it on tho Bcaf-fol- d 2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a line a week or ten days before housing. such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at Airier twfirc in curing Hurley Tobacco, as of Eubbcr Goods, very low prices. Wo carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The it renders it useless for manufacturers, Witt & Meador, WBQM0r p S3 OS xn S6 Bo WAMMStBWtm it Land good, and season favorable, Bur- ing to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, loy grows very largo, and requires more Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop houso room than heavier varieties formerly raised. The tiers in the bam should of repairs and make new work to order. be at least three feet, ono above the other, It will pay you to examine our stock. so that it may not lap much, for there is 3D- Hang houso burning. the danger-o- f the sticks in the tiers about eight inches cuaixa. Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertain- Ilarnes and Chains, ready to do all kinds iEsLIfcvEIBLIEJTOIfcT. V apart. assoutino and IIAXDI.IXn. It is a matter of importance that care should be taken in stripping and assorting a crop, as its market value depends much upon this. Every crop should bo assorted into four classes; and if tho crop is large, five is better. First, take off tho trash, or leaves nearest the ground, generally chaffy and light. Second, tho lugs, which are next above the trash. Third, the bright leaf on tho middle of tho stock, which is generally tho in Ob t salable tobacco of the crop. Fourth, tho red leaf, which is tho next best if tho top or bud leaves (which aro smaller and darker) arc kept out of this class, and it is best to keep I hem separate, if tho crop is sufficiently large. Hero you havo cither tho four or ilvo grades, as tho size of tho crop may warrant. In brief, tho crop is to bo assorted with regard to length and color. Torn, worm-eateor damaged leaves should bo kept out of tho best grades. Somo small or imperfect stalks may not embrace all the grades described, but it can bo easily decided into which grade tho yield belongs by comparison of length and color. If soveral hands are engaged in f tripping tobocco, it is preferablo that each stripper should only tnko off ono grado of tobacco, beginning with tho trash nnd pass the stalk to tho next party. In this way each stripper is only looking for ono grado, and is not apt to bo confused in its selection; and if ho fails to pluek ail tho leaves of his grado it will bo detected by tho next strippor. Do not mako the hands too small ; fifteen leaves will not bo too largo. Tho lpaf hogsheads should bo mado to weigh about ono thousand pounds net, or twelvo hundred if tho hogsheads nro very largo. The common grades should weigli from twelve to thirteen hundred pounds net. Burley tobacco must not bo prized hard. In case- - it is necessary to prize two or more grades in tho Bitmo hogshead, it is best to pack in nil of ono grado before beginning with tho other. For early shipments tho question of order is not so important ; tho tobacco must not bo dry enough to break or damage by handling, neither must it bo wet enough to bruiso by prizing; between these two points you arc safe for onriv Rhinments. TODacco inai is to uo Nielli for the summer market must lo carefully treated as to ortier. as it is oi great importance that it should bo kept porfectly sweet, and it will require cxpo-rienc- o rather than ailvico to accomplish this. Tobacco should bo stripped as soon after curing as possiblo; and if not ready to ship it should bo hulked, if the proper order can bo obtained. By this means nono of tho vital substanco is lost by ovaporationtand a much better llavor Yours truly, is obtained. , Commissioner. C. Y. AVti-soK- Notice. assist me in winding up my business aa All persons indebted to ine for taxes up to and Including the year 18110, are requested to lett'e with hiin, just the same aa they would with myself. As I am anxious to bring my business as sheriir to a close, and must collect up the unpaid taxes in order to meet Uy set ling with liiui my indebtedness. promptly you will greatly obllgn one that Is under many obligations to the people of Breckenridge couoty, for past faors bestowed upon Yours respectfully, him. D. II. SEVERS, Ex-- ot s, I have secured the erv!ccs of Mr. Ohu, Miller, U.S., under Mr. X.S. DeJernettc, Hambleton House D. to V office-holder- s, HARDINSBURG, KY. B0ING TURPIN, - Proprietor, This house is now open for business. It lias been thoroughly overhauled, repaired and refunmhed throughout and is now in s contlitiom AVe solicit the traveling public to give us a call. Rates first-clas- reasonable. B. G. TURPIN, Prop'r. LouIsvlMe,Hardlnsburg & Western R. R. No. 5 TIME TABLE. Taking EiTect at 5.00 o'clock n. m. Sunday September 28. 1890. Hast Hound Trains West Hound Trains Dally Dall Oly Dally ex bun. ex bun ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, No. i No. 6 No.5 No. 1 OSMin lllSim I.v IrvlnBtun Ar 94!.iin 543p 4 60 Oarhcld 9U 1142 715 4 IM 85'.! Harned 11 Mini 7 37 4115 8 41 12 05pm Junction 7 4S 4 00 837 Ilardlnsburg 1213 7 55 3 48 8 28 12 SI Junction 823 321 815 12 38 "Klrk 852 300 803 Jolly 1247 910 7 41 220 Glendeane 105 947 1 40 7 20 Itockvale 1 20 10 15 1020 10 41 1101 V !$ ' n 1 - - v V AGENCY7or 1 much-admire- A pamphlet iv airaci . i"i" uuui lnl, mowing HOW tOA B '"'" vaTeaii. Traae UIPTIIKHU. MTU 1 of Information MUNN aaaab-- A 1 new Ilroadwar. a OI l.rk. fr-- - 120 1120pjnL2 00nm ArPoriUWUe lai 148 A.klns Oaka Hulh 7 20 129 1224 057 LvJ6 45am 1200m 712 12 48 V IRE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS Aln LINE, (L. B. A 8T. L. It. R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO AND ALL POINTS Souttt-Wes- t. St. Louis, Evansville IS, 1888, West and Time-Car- Ore thoutend acres of land belonging to the Cincinnati Cooperage Co., and other parties, lying In Cretkenridgo and Hancock counties. Can sell a farm from 40 to 400 acres, at prices from (200 to $1000. Must have good payment down. Liberal deduction for all oath, but will give liberal time pn safe trades. Have several farms for rent. Address V. Q. BUIITON, J283m Rock Vale, Ky. -- I have four or Land foe Sale. d in 8:45 a.tn...9:00 p.m...4:10 p.m. Arr St. Louis 7i45 ' ...7i25 " 9:50 p.m. EvansTlllo 2:25 " Lt. LoulsTllIe IU Sec, V 'For further Information, call on or address, jtJS.xS 0DI0RNE, ' (Jen'l Pass. Ag't, LouistIUo, Ky. B. L BRYANT, TrT. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. ran da th wurk. !. in lrn. tt start rou. No riak. 1 on ran dawota or all jwir lima to id work, TLla U an ytur Mr inotiK-uuwiittrrly jiw )mi,ul bdiijra w ondtrful aurcaM to arar wettiar. liralimcra ra ruh.f fb.m tfi to 10 ptr waak tad upward, and mora aurr a llitl iirinc. W ran furoUU yon th tm- TMcfitaaltrathyrutiiEK. ho ir- -r to wil.UIn btn. Fall natUm .UKfc. 'IMtUJIaSS CO., AllIlBTi. JUI&X. W MONEY? niniWh n ! Mrnd it our !METT lint of work, Idly aii4 huuunblr, by iIiom of mi, rouujror old, himI In ibdr Ah tax-pay- A MAN Will WANTED I GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for We want to employ a lira cncrgotlo man to act as our agent and squad manager, In this and two or three other counties. Pay $75.00 per Month Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich lean Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, to a suitable party. Applicant will be required to give a bond for $300, and furnish a good horse and buggy. No one need apply who cannot comply with, this requirement. Address with references, stating age and ' former employment, al V Pine & Poplar Shingles al- The Southwestern Pub. House, 153 & 155 Spruce Street, NASHVILLE, TENM. was-fille- Brick, Plow Handles, Pino Flooring Orders acways kept on hand. companied by cash prompt- - , ly filled. Attorney at Law, Court House OFFICE, Jms bottle-wrappe- Huva your Job work done at tliia office Hanllnshurg, Ky, -- - J ' T; " TfcSflHTSW&W T ,V" " MhA'LMjmihmiL fr ' ' ' - . 7 r- - . - ' . "' MmMtimimmmJuM f ". .' .,-'- - - S.... A. TM ; antliiTMWIT-- 3MMMij""" wt ".-i- . " t' W& Trim. .. , . - . -- 7!r5,5 r 'i . ' " t" 's 'A J ..'a? . . . . 4 .1 r '1 V ' 'w r t mnv K,m3j jC if f-y- . I IV! Breckenridge News, r I'rojirictort. in this month hero, to attend tho meeting of Ec. Wm. v. WEDNESDAY, MAUOII 18, 1801. l'crenclair. - v' . Mrs. 11. S. English and daughter, JNO. D. A Vlrum.O. It.MIIIAUK, tedltnrand who have loen visiting in BrandenEra-ma, Mrs. E. T. Hnynos, Bpeut the fint Sunday of Cloverport, HARDlMSglJRG DEPARTMT, IMItor BRANDENBURG, ANNOUNCEMENTS. . f We ars Authorised to anniitmrti (MM. W. HtfillAltliS'lN, ha a cnndldiilB fur re Heftlon tii the Leid.ln-lur- e o fruui nullity, khIiJkH In Ihn notion iif Ihe D-icratlojirlmarj, June IH Ht), . a. UAUKACUS L, H. Tho Cloverport Pavyig- - Brick...Oofn lanv flninrdntf'K Tt Onrnnirn- ' tion. Election-o4 Offloera,, f TIIK OLD UNLIABLE rif ,. Etc. The stockholders of tjio Cloverport A. A. k W. TIME TABLE cioiNfi witfir. ji in. . in. RICHARDSON -- L.., St. 1.. & T. Cecal Time Card. 10.05 .m. MU and Eznreti going Bait . Kxtir.n L Loel Freight 0 ' " Kit We.t We.t Kst Weit a.m. S.58 p.m. .. 9 5T p.m, ..ll.l .m. -- 10.05 a.m. -- 11.07 Nrvkii mind the weather the gas continues to burn, Brt long as The Graves County Union has nomiErwln for the State nated Senate. Gkn. John M. Palmer ed United States Senator from Illinois, lie i8n Democrat. Tiik Constitutional Convention rejected a resolution offered by Mr. lleckner to adjourn March 28th. has been elect- burg for some time, ntv exacted home this week. Mrs. A. K. Miller, who has been confined to her room for Mvcrul months seems no better, but she bears her alllict-ion- s with great patience. The old Ohio seems loth to give up tho idea of a high river, as it is again slowly creeping up tho banks, but we hopo It will ere long see its error. jlMiss Dixie E. Perrigo is now in Iouis-vill- o with Madamo Grundy, where she will bo this summer preparitory to opening a business of her own in tho near future. H M, Bennett and Miss Jabe Gilbert, both formerly of this place, were married at Owensboro sometimo in February. The fact has not been known to his friends hero until lately. We wish them success through life. Pwenur Dilljr nrr. llanllnlurg..l:MIS Mixed (ex. butnlnj) iirr. ' .. 7:18 OOIXO KiST. Pasacngor Dalljf nrr. llarJIntburgMixed (01. tiufldjj) rr. - 8:5S a.m. 3:5ipin. Deafness Can't be Cured by local applications, as they can not The Democrats of Hanrock county reach tho diseased portion of tho ear. have called a primary election to nomi- There is only 0110 way to cure Deafness, nate a candidates for the legislature, and that is by constitutional remedies. March 20th. Woniikr if Capt, Windmill T. Ellis doesn't think by this time that Cleve- land could carry alwnit three counties in Kentucky! II.wvesviixk is a local option town and the courts down there are kept busy all the time trying to run down the fellows who put whisky in there on the sly. neck of the woods before long, and you can look out for some good old Democratic thunder when he gets on the Mump. Wat Hardin will bo down in this Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can bo taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nino cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will givo One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that we can not cure by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. Cheney &. Co., Toledo, O. SSTSold by druggists, 75c. The members of the Constitutional SK Convention have been interviewed on Come to the entertainment Thursday the Capital removal question, and a maexpress themselves in favor of evening. jority Big Court in town Friday. submitting the matter to the people. New goods at the Cash Store this week. Mr. V. G. Babbage, of Hanlinsburg, atTheiii: arc some pretty strong indications of a largo cannel coal deposit tended court here Friday. Mrs. Elizabeth Adams, of Garrett, among the Sinking Creek hills In this county, and investigations are now be- brought fifty dozen eggs to the Cash Store last week. ing made to ascertain the extent of it. Mr. Chas. Ilardaway was in town Sam Gaines' new paper, the Thursday. Coi The three clerks of the Cash Store Commonweal, of Maysville, Ky., has reached us. It is just such a paper as wero kept quite busy lost week. the Colonel is capable of turning out-n- eat, Mr. Bobt. McClothlan, of Irvington, newsy and sparkling. Maysville attended court, Friday. should be proud of it. Mrs. G. S. Dowell and daughter, Mrs. M, Bennett, were the guests of Mr. nnd Tin: election of Gen. Palmer, of Illi- Mrs. A. Bennett last week. nois, makes good the Democratic loss Mr. Bobertson, ot Nebraska, was in caused by the death of Scrutor Hearst, town Thursday, the guest of his brother, of California, and the United States SenMr. Chas. Stith. Republiate will now stand forty-seveMr. W. J. Piggott received a pair of Democrats and two cans, thirty-nin- e carrier pigons last week, sent him from Farmers' Allianco men. Maryland. Messis. B. Herndon, Glenn Ilardaway, When the special dispatch from Louis- Otto and Thos. Adkisson and M. Heartly, ville announcing that Congressmen El- of Irvington, were in town Friday, atlis and Caruth had declared that Mr. tending court. Cleveland was a dead cock in the pit, Miss Susie Cox spent Monday in and that Kentucky was unalterably opNew Brandenburg. posed to him, appeared in the Mrs. Thos. Ditto, who has been the York Sun, the New York Times telegraphed to Louisville asking as follows: guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. "Who is that man Caruth and who is Cox, for several weeks, returned to that man Ellis anyhow?" Such is Brandenburg Monday morning. fame. $r. Chas. Miller, of Hanlinsburg, was in town Friday, attending court. On Satutday, the 14th, a mob, made The entertainment to be given at the up of the best element of New Orleans, M. E. church Thursday night, will be u gathered about the Clay Statue in that most enjoyable affair, and everybody and city and moved thence to the jail, where his best girl, and. their mother, father, were quartered the Italians who mur- brother and sister should make it a point dered Chief of Police llennessy last Oc- to bo there. tober. When the mob had done its Messrs. Joo Bland and E. L. Henderwork the bodies of eleven Italiuns lay in son, of Irvington, were in town Friday. their cells riddled with bullets and two Programme for the entertain nent to of them hung to u tree and a lamp-pos- t bo given in the M. E. church, Thursday near the jail. The work of the mob was evening, March tilth : rendered necessary by reason of the acIntroductory address . . Chas. II. Drury tion of the jury on March Kith in acquitting the murderers of Chief of Police Opening chorus How Beautiful. llennessy and in order to protect the Vocal solo and quartet Bock-a-by- e baby. community against a powerful and close organization of Italian criminals and Mrs. Jarley's wax work, Part I. The Vocal duet Gypsy Countess. assassins known us tho Mafia. members of the jury were probably in- Quintet Angel Serenade. timidated by tho Matin, and the mob Mrs. Jarloy's wax work, Part II. . Mrs. W. was tho only means left to tho people of Vocal solo, Marguerite Harrison Orleans to put a stop to an organiNew zation of murderous foreigners which Vocal duet Beautiful Sea. threatened to overturn the institutions Mrs. Jarley's wax work, Part III. Chorus Sunbeams are Glancing. of peace and .security and to inaugurate Belle Stith a reign of terror over the city. The Uecitation Government has sent to the Male quartet Tho Old Oaken Bucket. Italian State Department at Washington a de- Mrs. Jarley's wax work, Part IV. Mrs. L. Bush mand for reparation for the lynching of Vocal solo the assassins, but tho matter will proli-abl- y Jubilee Song. not cause serious international dis- Recitation Gcnewra. pute, because tho provocation and ne- Tableau From Genovera. Good-nighcessity for the act of the mob must ad- Vocal quartet Good-nigh- t, Beloved. every nation which cherdress itself to ishes the Institutions of civilization. The Cash Store is receiving daily large additions of new and desirablo goods. While it is now well stocked up with STEPHENSPORT. new goods, all at bottom prices, it has It. A. llrashear has been sick for a day also some shelf worn goods, that will bo If you want sold regardless of cost. or so. A goods of that kind call for them. Mrs. A. F. Perrigo is quite ill with la greater part of tho goods that show tho grippe. effects of handling are 111 good as new Mrs. Leigh Isaacs is visiting friends In but being a littlo rumpled or disfigured Owensboro. Calls atten will be sold at a discount. Mrs. America Lyons has returned to tion to its largo stock of men's hats, of the country, her former home. If you various shapes and qualities. Clarence Davis, who has been very want a good hat at a low price call. If you want an every day hat that is a sick for several days, is now up. and Helen I). littlo out of style, you will get u big bar Misses Kato Hawkins gain. Don't forget tho largo stock of Urashear are visiting in Hawesville. Clothing that it is Black's house caught fire new and desirable Mr. Smith closing out at cost. If you want Coats, from a flue Sunday morning. Not much I'tiutH or Vesta, you will stand greatly in damage. your own light by not taking n look, for Kev. W. K. Penrod, of Cloverport, is Big it is nearly all new and desirable. expected to preach hero on tho 5th Sunmonev saved in this line. Cash Stoiie. day of this month. Progress. Mr. and Mrs. Chos. Wudllngton spent a few days last week in Evansvillc, Intl., is very important in this ugo of vast It with her parents. material progress that n remedy be pleasMIsb Violet Miller returned home last ing to tho taste and to the eye, cosily weok from a visit to Miss Florence taken, acceptable to the stomach and Pnu. lmilMiv tri llu mitiirft tmil pfTwfH. Williams, of Evunsvillo. scsslnglhcso qualities, Syrup of Figs is conMiss Emma English and brother template starting to Lebanon, O., to at- tne one pcrieci laxtmvo aim must gcmio diuretic known, tend school the first of April, n . t, BEWLEYVILLE. Mr. Win. II. Bell went to Clovenort Monday. New goods just received nt Beard A Heeler's. Dr. Mosely has moved his office to the Turpin Hotel. Mr. Lou Holmes, of Louisville, was in tho city Monduy. Miss Ella Smith returned from Vine Grove last Monday. There was a big crowd at tho Humble-Io- n House last Monday. Mr. Burl Beard takes charge of the Lcnniu Hotel this week. Go to Beard it Beeler for your Globe and Homestead fertilizers. Mr. Newman, of the Courier-Journa- l, was in tho city last Monday. Dr. II. C. Board is at Bewleyville on 11 professional trip this week. Quarterly Court opens next Monday with an unusually largo docket. Judge J. A. Murray and wife, of Cloverport, wero in town Monday. Mrs. Kate Rowland, of Cloverport, is in the city visiting Mrs. V. A new lino 01 ladies' dress goods, notions, etc., just received at Beard & Heeler's. Messrs. Dent and Herbert Head, of Rosetta, came in last Monday to attend Prof. Shacklett's school. dipt. George T. Mercer was in the city Monday disporting around among the Wheelers pretty lively, Mrs. Eliza Taylor, who has been visiting here the past week, left for her home at Rosetta yesterday. Witt it Meadorare getting in a big line of prints, ladies' dress goods, notions, etc., for their spring trade. Remember that wo have made a big cut in prices on nil of our goods in order to sell forthe cash. Witt it Meador. Beauchamp it Co. wero granted n license to keep a tavern, with tho privilege of selling whisky at Sample, by the County Court lust Monday. The application of Jack Walker for a tavern license at Garfield with the privilege of retailing liquor, was rejected by the County Court last Monday. The"mceting talked of on last Monday to enjoin tho collection of tho railroad tax. did not come off. There were a num-ber'people in town, but nothing was done, and tho matter appears to have been dropped for tho present. Bob Cox was exhibiting a patent churn on the streets last Monthly which had tho appearance of being 11 pretty good thing; but soino parties here were so badly sold on a patent churn a few years ago that they will be slow to take hold again. Tho town was full of people last Monday; in fact, it resembled u Circuit Court day. But such days jiro becoming so common in old Hanlinsburg it seems hardly worth while to mention the fact. Since wo have had tho railroad twice as many peoplo come to the town. I am accused of selling strictly for cash to one mid all alike. I acknowledge the corn. And I assure you lam just as strict in keeping none but the Whisky in ago best cash can buy. from 1880 to 1800, nil warranted pure as Yours truly, made. T. C. Lewis. Burl Beard and Boin Turpin are going to turn over a new leaf in tho hotel business, I understand, by putting up the prices here in that lino to a respectable living standard. There is not two better hotel men in the county than they aro, but their prices have been altogether too low for tho accommodations they have been giving. Leo Myer and Oscar Alexander, who recently succeeded F. Leob in tho merbusiness at Custer, are two cantile young men that have taken hold of business with a determination to succeed. They have the largest stock of goods in tho place, and command tho best portion of tho trade there. Custer is not a railroad town, but it issurround-e- d by a mighty good section of country, ami supports some excellent fanners. Some 01 our heaviest tax payers live in this section, and while they assume a quiet unpretentious manner of doing business always, they play a very important part in the financial state of affairs, - when tho tax gatherer goes around. Many of them read your paper and keep well up with tho markets and affairs of general interest in tho county. The News has an extensive circulation at Custer, and I am promised a good increaso when I return there in tho leafy June. Tho county is well adapted to the use of a $125 reaper and hinder, and who knows, but what you might wheel one out there in January -- Paving Brick nnd Manufacturing Company met in the ollitv of the Breckenridge Bank last Friday for tho purpose of completing its ' organization, tiling We are authorised tu nnnoui.co the articles of Incorporation and electing T, 1 UUNDIPK, a board of directors. Nearly all of the as a candidate for Ihe Legislature In Meade stock was represented, nnd the meeting count j. Suljoct tu Ihe notion of the Ilrmu-cratl- e one of purey business and perfect harIHIU. Primary,. fune mony. The officers elected were, J. K. Mr. Daniel F.ldridge was in 'town Mcl'rncken, president ; ('. W. Moorman, Sunday. A. B. Skilhnan, secretary Hon. Clinpeze Wathen returned home and treasury nnd II. A. Oelze, mnnager. It was decided by the stockholders that from Edmondson county Saturday night. no more of the stock would bo offered Miss Annie Richardson was the guest for Bale for tho present. The sum of of Miss Muttie McGehee this week. had been subscribsd for, and this Mr. Eastin, of Lexington, was in town it was thought would lu sufficient for lost week. present demands. The balance of the Misses Jennie Woolfolk and Itena stock will bo placed at the refusal of preClarkson were in Louisville last week. . sent stockholders. The mnnngcr'was in'Mr. Roland O'Bryan has moved into structed to proceed at once with' the work, niiiko contracts for machinery, tho house occupied by Mr. Andy Voss. bore a gas well, and tnko such steps as Mr. A. W. Morcinen was in Louisville was necessary to get the plant In operlast week. ation at the earliest possiblo time. P. K. Molin spent several days in Since tho above meeting contracts for Louisville last week. all the machinery have been made, and Mrs. Ophelia Hay is visiting her as Boon ns the plans for the buildings can daughter, Mrs. J. I). Cooper, -- Louisvlflo. be secured the work on the grounds wil Mr. and Mrs.'D. W. Lewis and daughbejcoinmenced. Mnnager Oelze says he ter,. MIbs Lena, returned from Louisville hopes to hnvo everything in working Saturday. order by the loth of May or the 1st of Misses Bertie Richardson and Nellie June. Pnsey, of Louisville, arc visiting Dr. D. Committed Forgery. C. Pusi-y- . GOER A L MERCHANT--Deni- er in Dry (iomls, Groceries, Roots nnd Shoes, UatH nntl C'nps, Notions, JInnhvnru ami Qucenawiire. Rigjjtock just received for tho Spring tratlo. I hnndlc tho Michigan Fertilizers, Homestead Tobacco Grower, Corn and Wheat Grower, .Inrvis Tobacco Fertilizer, Drill Phosphates. These goods aro equal to any in tho market and sold low down for Cash. Give me a call. A. A. RICHARDSON", THE THOROUGHLY Cor. 1.ATK ALBXANDItil'S WILLARR 9 ItOTKt., Court-House, RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Kates $2 50 Per Day. Jclierson, Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. A. W.Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Maishall, Clerks. W. R. L0QAN, Manager. NOTICE NO. ! NOTICE ! NOTICE ! S. B. Chilled Plows I fy.OO.) IN THE LEAD! Mr. E. II. Shclmnn is in louisvillo making arrangements to remove his family there. Hugh Ditto, who is attending commercial school in Louisville, was at home Sunday. Mrs. Thos. Phillips, of near here, died Friday. Her funeral was preached here Saturday by Hev E. 11. Morrison. Mr. C. A. Casperke was at home last week and returned to Louisville Sunday night. The action of the Paynesvlllo lodgo in withdrawing from the convention and refusing to take part after it had determined to nominate 11 candidate, was most commendable, and shows that they are true to. their political principles. The report of the proceedings of the Payncsville Convention shows that Mr. Davis Young was the mover of the resolution to noininato a candidate, and ho was also one of the candidates placed in Ho may have foreseen nomination. that ho was feathering Ids own political nest. It may prove his political funeral. Meade county is to havo a new paper, to be called the Meade County Reporter, nnd will make its appearance about the 1st of Apri . Tho proprietors will bo Marion Ilise and Roland O'Bryan. Mr. O'Bryan, who is now the County Superintendent of Schools, will be editor. It will bo an eight column paper and will bo strictly Democratic. It will no doubt be a success, as the men in charge are fully qualified to make a successful paper. In acconlanca with a call which had been made, aliout 150 members of the Fanners' Allianco met at Payncsville on Saturday for tho purpose of determining whether or not they would nominate nn independent candidate for the Legislature. Tho members present represented the lodges of Oak Grove, Flat Rock, Sandy Hill, Payncsville and Pleasant Grove. The meeting was called to order by Elisha Ashcraft, and Polk Wiles was elected Chairman. A motion was made by Mr. Davis Young that the meeting nominate a candidate for tho Legislature.. This motion was bitterly fought by a number of Democrats present, but it carried by u iurgo majority. Nominations being called for, tho names of John II. Whelan, Davis Young and Win. Allen were placed before the convention. Without any choice being made the meeting adjourned, and it was determined to meet in mass convention at Brandenburg on the sacond Saturday in April to make a nomination, which will probably be one of the above-name- d men. Tho Payncsville lodgo was opposed to nominating an independent candidate and withdrew from the convention, refusing to havo anything to do with it. A largo number of those present were Republicans, who, with a few exceptions, voted in favor of the nomination of a candidate. Both Messrs. Richardson nnd Cimdili', candidates for tho Democratic noininntlon, wore present, and urged tho Democrats not to take such action in opposition to their pnrty. Our Stock of Avery and Ura Clippei Plow's is vcrv large and a 2CO It. Robertson, 11 young ' REDUCTION from the list. physician living nt McDanicls, this county, created quite a surprise nnd somewhat of n sensation among his friends there one day lust week when it No. A Point, io became known that ho had committed n' No. 19 and 20 Points, 30. , forgery. Tho first intimation there was that the doctor had gone wrong was No. 19 and 20 Mould Hoards, 2.10. v" when the cashier of the Ilnrdinsburg bank pref ented a note of $100 to Mr. Robt. Glasscock, of McDaniels, for payment, his name appearing as .one of tho sureties on tho paper for Robertson. Drives the Farm Thrives the crop, When the paper was presented to Mr. Glasscock, he at oncp pronounced his Fills the Barn With big crops. signature a forgery, and disclaimed any Our stock of choice Field Seeds is very rapidly going at bottom price. knowledge of the matter whatever. The bank proceeded at once and had the necessary papers issued for Robertson's arrest. The Sheriff" was sent to Farmers' Supply House, IlARDiNsmnta, Ky. McDaniels, where ho found Dr. Robertson nnd started with .him to Ilnrdinsburg. When they had proceeded a short distance Robertson suddenly turned his horse's head in another direction and fled. Tho sheriff' followed him in hot pursuit to Rough Creek. Robertson MANPFACTITKERB AND DKAI,KItS I.V swam his horse across tho stream into Grayson county and that was the last seen of him. Tiie incident litis created no little surprise ninong Robertson's friends nt McDaniels, whero ho has resided for several years, and was held in very high esteem. He went tliero from McLean county nnd, it is said, comes of a good His action in forging his family. We respectfully ask a share of the patronage of the public, by doing friends' names to paper in bank, should it turn out to be true, is hard to under- good work and at prices as low as any. Call and get our figures on any stand by parties who hnvo knovn Dr. work or material in our line. l Robertson. Ho has lived at McDaniels W. E. MARTIN, Manager. X many years, and wns getting a fair pracF. N. D'HUY, Sec. & Trcas. tice in the neighborhood, nnd no ouo Jind the slightest suspicion of his being anything but a straightforward, honest man. It is said that he has a couple of hundred dollars of forged paper in the Leitchficld bank that has come to light since this incident became known. Robyears old and ertson is about thirty-fiv- e unmarried. Dr. Charles Another Cyclone in Oliver Kepairs., 1 Cleveland JDryer Company Pure Raw Bone FERTILIZERS, J HENSLEY & JOLLY, Cloverport Planing Mill Rough mi Brewed Lumber y. Flooring, Weatherboarding, Doors, Sash, Shingles, Laths, Etc. -- ', Rough Lumber Wanted. f DryGoods 49 Cents. Dit. Clardy is a Btrong Farmers' Alliance man, nnd ono of tho most promiGent's Unlattndrlcd Shirt, all' Linen nent members ot the order in tho State. 49 Bosom, reinforced, sizes 14 to 17 speech at Owensboro last WednesIn a cents. day ho said that some of his Alliance This column for 49 coats per yard for 42 inch Serges, all frionds had refused to indorso his candiwool, new shades, worth Go cts. dacy for Governor on tho grounds of 'his 23 cents ppr yard for 'M inch, all wool submission of his claims to the Demo striped dress goods,' new style, all shades. cratic party. He asked them who ho must submit his claims to if not to his party, "for," said he, "aro not tho peoplo .tho Democratic party?" He said he 12J ct. for Check Nainsook, worth 18 e. ' could see no reason for nny third party, 10 cts. for " ' 15 c. " " relief tliero was to be had and whntever " ' '" 12J:. . The host Chilled Plow madefor 8J cts. for must como through the Democratic " " " 10 c. , 0 cts. for " party. Sheer, l'luid and Striped India Linens at reduced prices. A FhstvclaWNo'Coal Cortk Stove A hig lino of imiietfwwMiiimmmffmnM New Swiss and Hamburg Embroi1 1 1.00. I' . - - Notice ! New White Goods BargainS fr . ' poppy; deries, Lace Curtains and Scrims. COMPOUND BmUCTyVfc ' next. ROCK HAVEN. Health good. Weather bad. Corn is worth 00 cents tier bushel in our neighborhood, with very littlo to sen. Peoplo arc looking for cheap suinir uf ter April 1st. That is tho only sweet uuug uruiiiur lucunnuy iiunu. mil w, lock out for trusts ! MK Editor, we admire your squibs on J. Y. Young for Governor in your editorial columns. Wo appreciate his greatness and his Democracy, but there is another party who offers himself for Governor wiiose intellect is just as good as Mr. Brown's. I speak of Wat Hardin. If ho isn't a Democrat, wo haven't any. Your correspondent is for him first, last and nil tho time. G. II. Bungar and Henry Cheuault are nutting up n stave mill near Penne baker with a capacity of 3,000 staves jer day. Their mill and outfit cost about in.ikxj. nio staves go 10 ine queen city of the West, Chicago. Messrs. Zaek Payno nnd Joo Bungar, who moved to Louisvillo last November, returned the first part of this month, well satisfied with city life. Married, March lOtli, at tho ressdoncc of Mr. Byron Withers, bv 'Squire Keith, Mr. Abo Warren and Mrs. Melvimi Ward. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Mala, Cum Indigestion, Illllousneu, Dyipeiwla, 1'liyil- Debility. Monarch shirt is the beet. Eugene Newman's letter, pub of last Sat lished in the Courier-Journurday, is reproduced in iheso columns While it is complimentary to us and to our city and country, yet it is not, in any sense of tho word, flattery, but is a clear, conservative and well written statement of facts as they exist and ns they wero observed by an experienced Mr. nnd rcputablo newspaper man. Newman is one of the ablest and best known writers on the State press, having been on the staff of the Louisvillo Times for a number of years. His statements of facts present, and even his anticipation of events to come, are most re liable, and it is safe to say that Mr. Newman's happy auguries, for the future of this place will not bo disappointed, us material development unfolds to the gaze of all what the minds of our most sagacious men havo already discerned. Mit. within Tho importance ot purifying tho Wood cannot be overestimated, for without pure blood you cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every ono needs a good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich tho blood, and wo ask you to try Hood's Sarsaparllla. It strengthens and builds up tho system, creates an nppctlte, and tones the digestion, while It eradicates disease. Tho peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of the vcgetablo remedies used give to Hood's Sarsaparllla pecul- - "!" HoUII lar curative powers. No other medicine has such a record of wonderful cures. If you havo made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparllla do not be Induced to tako any other Instead. It is a Peculiar Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence. Hood's Sarsaparllla is sold by nil druggists, Treparcd by C. I. Uood Si Co., Lowell, Mass. pur nair, including pole and fixtures, Scrims 5, 7, 8J, 10 and 12 a In white cream and colore. Linen Shades, assorted patterns 0, 7 and 49 to 89 c. 8 feet, A great assortment of Carpets in All Wool, Ingrain and Brussels, Straw Mattings and ltugs, at prices to suit everybody. Oil Cloths all widths from 1 yard to 2J yards wide. 50 pairs Lace Curtains IlJ yards long, tapo bound 1.75 worth 11.00. 25 pairs Curtains 3 yards long, tape 1.50 worth 2.50. bound 75 25 pairs Jjico Curtains, tape bound, Avery's!: 1$ ' & : - vk O." - Steel Plow ' fo- - $7.00. ' Gallon Bucket for ic c. 7 No. Step Stove, $7.00. X 31 1 Fine Large Disdi Pan 20 c. Two Pie Pans, Two Cups 5 5 c. I c.., 'ff Clothing. Distons' Cross Cut Saws, 35 c. .per-- , ' foot. ;. anything Farmers cheaper v'Sl V- Daonliat reOUIIdl AYenrojubt receiving our new lino of Spring Clothing for Men, Gents', Hoys Hoes, Rakes, Forks, and nnd Children, which for htyle, quality used by. Gardners and and lowest prices cannot bo excelled anyA x r " t where. Wo also handlo a la.rgo assortAll kinds of Hardware ment of the celebrated Bull Dog Jeans Pants. : ,'iT ' Notions, Sundries, &e. s note paper for 30 sheets of for 1 package best envelopes. for 1 doz. best cedar load'peiu-ils- . for 2 cakes glycerine soap. for U00 parlor matches. for inutcii safe with mirror. for two papers nursery pins. And a great many articles too numerous to mention to bo found on our Bargain Counters. Call nnd see us. than ever. .M 5 cts. 5 cts. 5 cts. 5 cts. 5 cts. 5 cts. 5 cts. first-clas- Anything m:ide"otitl(if Tin or Iron. Tin nndIron Rooting, Pumps of all kinds. , ' r.i - , v ti t '".; V Dear Sir: I have1 thoroughly tested tho glasses you adjusted to my eyes somo time ago, and find them to bo unsurpassed in clearness and brilliancy. In fact they aro tho best glasses I have ever used. W. I). B1.0XIUM. of Florida. All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. Mit. A. K. Hawkis 100 Dosos Ono Dollar Don't buy 'anything in my line until ydii see me, for I will sell, " , . , II LiND & AT SALE!. Geo.Yeakel&Co., BKANDENBUKG, KY. 'te J S03K LICK, KY. working machinery, good steam powrr, entile, hogs nnd farming Implements, Farm consists ol ln0 acres, 76 in good cultlva tion, 23 in Oak timber, veil Improred, and will sell at auction tall In the btgheit and best bidder, all t"geibr nr senerate. Sale to take place on Saturday, Mured 28th, nt Rnck Lick, Dreokenildifo Go, Ky. Any1 one can o rue or comipond with me at ddlion, Ky. Terms easy and made known on day of sale. It L, MORTON, Addison, Ky. ill and McElree's Wine of Cardui and THEOFORD'S aro for 8alo by tho following merchants In T , J. L. Miller, CLOVERPQRT.KY rla. Norrouiueia. and General clans recommend It. All dealers tell It. Ceuulue has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper Clayton Crosson qualified as Deputy County Clerk In the Union Star district Monday. Brcckenrliljie County Jtnt W. Otren, Cloveroort, 0, W. Short, Cloverport. Jlraahciir k Lay. StenU.nsfvirt. Witt k. Mttdor, lUrdlniburg, 1 J. J, Sv.ri, UbIeh'SU-- , LL vmutmmmtimtatmmmvmmtmmmmmmmMki iiJWlWwitlilWWWWfliimMWWWINBaWWWW 11'. . mm'MmtHMVmttitmimmtfm0 Jmmm MMita f ft V Ti v Aajf iwiKiiiiwrt ,,,,. i? V lVw(f irt4'" v f "J, iV vj(ritei'Wjji ?KW ib"jsmm ',,-- rvf 1 . .1 'i""-- T, .. fejs i ry j kuu ' M'sra jj x "- -J d Oct a new bath tub nt Payne's. Chris Terrigo went to Louisville A CLOVERPORT. yes-leula- y. .poksssssk xSUSPia jf sssssssBy V V .- -. 'S ft At : fe S"bi ft &n -- t r Sv ;. - LrV If cr fa" 7U Miss Blancho Frank; of Frank's landiwns the guest of Miss Lizzie Saucis Inst week. Como to tho Bankrupt House for your canned fruits, preserves, jellies, oranges, raisins, Ac. Rev. J: C. Petrle will preach nt Jolly's Irug-gistschool-hous- e the fifth Sunday in March at 10:50 a. m. Mrs. J. S. Wllkerson went to Louisville last week to visit her daughter, Mrs. Stanclifl. Mr. Thomas Yenger, Chief of the Fire SAN FRANCISC ), CAL. Department of Owenslxiro, was in the LOVI3VILIE, KT. HEW YORK, N.f. city Monday. "Uncle Jack," the plumber, left yesDE3IOTJSE3 terday for Bowling Green, where he ZFIIEIIROE A.. ENOUSH, Prop'r. will locate in the future. CLovERPonr, ky. Mr. John Burks came up from ii.m per day, Including Sample Koom. Cen. ' rally located. no.irdlti; liv the week, Including Henderson Inst Saturday and will return Single Meal 40 cent. r iwu and bed, this week with his family. Dr. Isaac L. Milncr, ono of the oldest and best physicians of Rockport, Ind., is dead at the age of 05 years. Office over D. Hambltlon't Snddlery and Miss Susio Keys, daughter of B. F. Harneu Store. The Keys, died Sunday afternoon. CLOVERPORT. KY. funeral took place Monday afternoon. j, 11. TAYi.011, J. c. hush, w. s. TAY1.011. Hood's Sarsaparilla is on the flood tide of popularity, which position it has reached by its own intrinsic, undoubted merit. 0?er Zulaufs Jewfllrv Store 0WENSB0R0, KY. Frederica Street. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gros, of Holt's Bottom, were in the city Sunday, and S. S. spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. .' . B. Skillman. & Dr. Watkins went to Ilnrdinsburg W. B. White's Building 1 1n Dr. Offick Monday morning to register his medical up stairs. Cloverport, Ky. diploma preparatory to practicing in Announcement. this county'. " VOn TIIK LEGISLATUKK. . .. ... Taylor Atwood has his paper changed lU linn Tlfilt -We .. noinonzcu m cn th. I.potfilatnre. Sub- . arc ji.lni mm.uh. from Hardinsburg to Highland, ColoiectVi the action of the Democratic party. rado, where he has recently moved and located. Dr. W. Welch, of Mt. Vernon, Ind., paid a flying visit to his relatives, Mrs. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1891. James T. GofT and Mrs. M. Walter, last week. LOCAL BREVITIES. Mr. C. T. Tuber and little daughter, of Obelisk flour? " Louise, and Mr. David Wright, Did you try Bnllard's Hawesville, attended the funeral of Mr. .Mr. George Harris is sick with fever. A. New line of choice Indies' pIiocs at Mr. Geo. Robertson, one of our old Vest's. and valued subscribers at Patesville, Everybody likes Ballard's Obelisk leaves this week for Allen, Texas, his new homo. flour. Fresh vegetables at the Bankrupt Miss Marion Bowmer gave a candy-pullin- g last Saturday and entertained a House. Clayton was in Owensboro last number of her young friends, tho occaDr. sion being her eleventh birthday. week. Judgo Wilkereon and wife left last Mrs. Julius Xolto was taken ill last Thursday for Louisville, where thej Sunday. Mrs. R. R. Pierre was in Otvonsboro will take rooms with their daughter, Mrs. I). W. StanclfT, for tho spring. last week. Benton Ireland, an eight year old son K. Penrod and children bavo MrS. "V. of Mr.'lThos. Ireland, Skillman, fell out tho measles. of n barn loft one'day last week, breakMiss I.ula Owen has returned from ing his arm and dislocating his shoulder. Glendeane. Mr. George Jordan has finished the For white car corn call on Bowmer & repairs and furnishing of bis bouso opH'ambleton. posite tho Presbyterian church, and now R. E.' Moorman went to Txiuisville lias the most handsomely furnished hoWednesday. tel in tho city. Five quires of note paper for 25 cents Wnlter Niblack, tho young man who nt Babbage's. was supposed to have been drowned High ginde of cofl'ees nt Bowmer & some months ago at New Amsterdam, ILimbloton's. Ind,, turns up out West, and is running Bowmer & llnmbleton lend them all a business of his own. in cheap shoes. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Minary, of LouisHenry Dick, of Addison; was in the ville, Mrs. W. E. Minor, Mrs. J. G. Stephens, Miss Mamie Stephens and city Thursday. & Hnmbloton bavo the larg- -' Miss Nellie Burks, of Holt, left recently Bowmer for a three weeks' trip to Florida.. est stock of goods. Last week tho typo inado us say that Bowmer & Hambleton have the cheapMr. M. R. Shrewsbury's 13 pound baby est goods in town. was a girl, when it should have been a v For groceries of all kinds go to Bow- boy. If tlicre is anything a boy dislikes, & Hambleton. mer it is to bo called a girl, hence this correcDavid Duncan had a slight attack of tion. Leitchfield Gazette. la grippo last week. Preaching at tho Presbyterian church Bowmer & Hambleton bavo the lead next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. , in children's clothing. Morning subject, "Tho Bible Teaching Bowmer it Hambleton Jaep ladies' on tho Mode of Baptism ; " evening subhose from 5 cents up. ject, "Baptism of Children." All inFor Northern seed potatoes go to vited. Bring Bible and pencil, G. C. " Ovcrstrcot. Bowmer & Hambleton. Malaria produces Weakness, General all kinds of garden seed cull on For Debility, Biliousness, Loss of Appetite, "Bowmer & Hambleton. Ballard's Obelisk flour gives satisfac- Indigestion and Constipation. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is a perfect Antition or inonoy refunded. dote for Malaria and removes tho cause Geo. W. Jolly has bought an $8,000 which produces theso troubles. Reresidence moves Biliousness without purging. Is ., I fill Murray, who has been "very sick as largo as nny Dollar Tonic, and retails for sOveral weeks, is out again for 50c. Is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup, Vest is selling blankets and comforts Try it, and you will bo delighted. There at prices thnt make them go. are many imitations. To get tho genuine, Come to tho Bankrupt House for your 'ask for Grove's. Never fails to cure Chills. Sold by all druggists. (lour, sugar, coflfeo, molasses, etc, ' Como to tho Bankrupt House for ' New, Give Attention cigars and confectioneries. To tho purification of your blood, for at Ed Olcsby has a Holstetn cow that no season is tho body so susceptible to gives fifty pounds of milk a day. the benefits to bo derived from n good " You will And choico timothy bay medicine, as in March, April and May. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is tho people's favo-rjt- e cheap at Bowmer & Hambleton's. spring medicine. It stands unNorthern wbito oats direct from Iowa equalled for purifying tho blood, curing ' for sale, at Bowmer & Hambleton's. scrofula, salt rheum, etc, regulating the Bowmer & Hambleton nro headquartkidneys and liver, repairing nerve tissues, ers for laces, edgings and white goods. strenirthenlng and invigorating the If you want eating, potatoes you will whole liody, as well as checking tho profind them at Bowmer A Hambleton's. gress of acute and chronic disease, and Absolutely For neatness, durability and comfort, restoring tho afflicted parts to a natural, "Monarch" shirt. Babbsgo'a. healthy condition. If you bavo never wear-liv- e A cream of tartar baking powder, The Holmes bouse is being repaired tried Hood's Sarsaparilla foryour "spring nioiinat nf nil In leavening strength. I U.S. Goiemmtnt Report, Aug. 17, 1889. for tlieoceuiwy of .Mayor R, B. Tierce. medicine," do so this season. Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs U taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers nud euros habitual constipation. Syrup r 'gs is the only remedy of its Ictnu qver produced, pleasing to the tasto and acceptable to tho Btomarh, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and Jmvo made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup or Figs is for enlo in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading Any reliable drugpfetwho may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any cue who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. s. new flboris Icing put down in 'the skating rink. New stock of gnwllup stoves and bafli tulrt ut Payne's. It. II. Moorman spent Sunday with bis family in this city. Preparo for hot weather by getting 'n gasoline stove nt Payne's. Mrs. Isnne Simmontoii, of Pntesville, was in the city yestenlny."" Mr. Eugene Newman, of the Courier-Journawns in the city Inst week. Foit Sale. Four good horses on 12 months' time. John II. BlytbeA Bro. Messrs. C. W Moorman and W. II. Bowmer were in Louisville hi6t week. Have you bought your seeds? If not, now is your time, nt Bowmer & Hambleton's. Dr. Watkins has removed bis ofllco to the ono formerly occupied by Dr. Poyn-tc- r. l, WHAT THE OF THE CORRESPONDENT L COURIER-JOURNA- SAYS ABOUT OUR CITY. A BEAUTIFUL. That is the expression used when tlioy sco our superb stock of new Spring and Summer "Woolens. The newest, handsomest and most desirable styles in Suitings, Coatings and Trouserings of foreign and domestic weave. Wc have trimmings, such ns buttons, bindings and linings, to mntch nil the. different cloths, and can suit the most exacting taste in that respect. We invite inspection of our stock of piece goods which we clnim to ho tho largest and best selected in the city. Our four cutters can not he excelled as designers and fitters, nnd our workmen aro the cream of tho trade. While everything about our establishment is wo adhere to our long established system of moderate profits. Come early in the week, make your selection for Suit, for Pants or Spring Overcoat, and wo promise to deliver on time and A new shipment of Longive you the most perfect satisfaction. don Check Trousering in stock first-clas- s, Town Long Celebrated for the Respectability and Culture of it's Society. Cn it it v I Caul, Mill, llnililiii(r Slniir, A'pliiill, Timber iiikI Mrtlnrnl Js, llir Womlrr Our ' mill Ailmlriillmi r All Oltmrrrlua Vlxllors. Courier-Journal. Cnrrcptimtcnt of the CLovRiiraiiT, Ky., March 13. Situate nt the foot of a chain of hills, midway ng, . Dr. J. M, Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, DENTISTS Dr. J. H. Tavlor&Co., Watkins, Physician Surgeon, --- Breckinridge News. , between two of tho most fertile and beau tiful valleys, watered by the Ohio, Cloverport is a delightful and typicnl Kentucky tow n. It wns named when water communication wns the only menus of travel and shipments to and from markets, and that Is the reason of the less poetic termination, "port," instead of a more romantic, and the physical situation consideredmore appropriate termination "dalo" or "dell." Clovcrdalo is tho better name, and pity it is that tho village of tho long ago was not so christened. It is, perhaps, a mile from one extremity of the town to the other, and the effect is heightened by the beautiful Clover creek, dividing the East from the West Side, and entering tho Ohio a few yards from tho bridge that spans the crock, and is n part of the principal Issuing from limpid and thoroughfare. refcshlng springs, the rivulet makes its way'tbrougb a gap of the picturesque hills that fringe and ornament the town. Tho stream is most aptly named, suggesting tho richest of domestic grasses, and tho fatness of tho adjoining valleys. The town bos long been celebrated for tho respectability and culture of its society. Schools and churches abound, and the first building of note tho eye encounters is the public school edifice, located on a commanding elevation and evidencing the thrift and pride nnd enterprises of the community. Years before the war between the States there was discovered a cannel coal in Breckinridge county, within a few miles of Cloverport, that all the mines of either hemisphere can not surpass In ollncss. So rich is it that it sufiiccs better than tho fattest pine spintere for kindling wood, and so tough tho fiber that personal ornaments with n polish equal to glass are made of it. The mine has been operated many years by the Brcckenridgo Coal Company, (limited,) The product is of, London, England. carried across the Alnntic, nnd from it is manufactured tho finest and most brilliant illuminating gas in the world. The supply is practically inexhaustible, and evidences tho mineral resources of this section of tho Ohio Valley. A railroad to tho mine, from Cloverport, has been operated many years, and was the pioneer road of the county. Tho discovery of natural gas nnd its utility ns fuel in Pennsylvania, but n few years ago, revolutionized Industries in thnt leading manufacturing State. Coal as a fuel in tho shops in Pittsburg becamo a thing of tho past. Later, tho gas fields of Ohio and Indiana were developed Long before with wonderful results. natural gas was a factor In tho manufacturing industries of either Pennsylvania or Ohio, a salt works in Meado county, Ky., was operated by steam generated by means of natural gas. It is tho Meado county field that supplies the pas of tho Louisville Pipo Line. About two years ago certain enterprising citizens of Clovorport began boring for gas within tho corporate limits of the town, nnd of soveral wells sunk none of them was attended with failure, nnd all of them are affording a flno supply at this time. Gas of quality .superior to most found in American fields, and equal to nny discovered in this country, was struck at an nverago depth of 800 feet. Ita superior quality is attested by an odor that indicates its strength nnd combustible character. Most of tho gas developed in other fields is ordorless, and Here there consequently dangerous. has never been an accident. This excellence of Cloverport gas may bo reasonably attributed to tho richness of tho superior cannel coal of the Brcckenridgo field, near by, and spoken of above. No doubt it Is from that field tho gas is generated in tho laboratory of nature. A company with local capital was formed a year ago to pipo tho gas, nnd it is tho fuel used in Nearly nil the business houses and residences in town. It has another quality that commends it; as an illuminating gas It is far superior to that furnished by most of tho gas companies ot American citi s. This is a testimonial to your politic Englishman, who goes over and about, up and down tho earth be finds nnd can getting good things-- all appropriate, by foreo or purchnso, for tho tight little, right little islnnd. Ho knew what ho was doing when ho gobbled up tho cannel coal of Brcckenridgo county to manufacture gas for nobility in Bel- gravia and Grosvenor Squares and Hampton Court and Charlton House in his good city of "Lunnon." N. J W T & 5 4 ' ..&.; 4r "Old Reliable" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. ',' AT . - Looking: -- :Backward JS May he a pleasing pastime, hut wo"take more pleasure in "Looking Forward," to the time when the growing population of this city. and surrounding country, will all have become convinced thnt the best and cheapest place to buy all kinds of tiller ' 9 ,f S CLOVERPORT, KY. Drugs, Patent Medicines, You Must self-evide- Paints, Oils and Perfumes, -- Since it is a fact thnt you must Eat to Live, or Live to Eat, we desire to present to your economical consideration our complete stock of Eat! G-ood- s, IS AT GENERAL GROCERIES, Careful Selection, Reasonable Prices, Pure Appeal to your : I W. SHORT'S, Leading Druggist, Cloverport, Zy. Until about three years ago CloverSalt is another mineral that abounds port depended on tho river altogether hero in tho town limits, and limeright for communication with business centers, stone can be had by tho thousand tons So you see, with salt but sinco the completion, of tho Louisjust at the door. ville, St. Louis & Texas railroad, tho trip water, limestone and natural gas, at provent to Louisvillo is n matter of less than arm's length, there is nothing to three hours, and before tho close of the tho erection of a soda ash plant at Clovercentury .it will be a matter of less than faciliport. Superior in advantages and N. Y., which two.' Tho town subscribed liberally as ties to that of Syracuse', an inducement for tho location of shops latter must transport its stone-- many here, nnd secured them, adding by this miles to the salt, and even then has not of fuel gas. It is stated means soveral hundreds to tho populatho advantago tion. Tho Louisville, St. Louis & Texas that tho dividends of tho Syracuse con- is tho only road I oversaw whoso officials Kentucky chemist cern aro enormous. A to operato tho prorecently patented a new process of and employes seemed has perty as much for tho pleasure and conmanufacturing soda ash that has been venience of tho road's patrons as for pronounced by experts tho cheapest and "With profit and satisfaction to the stockholders.. easiest method yet discovered. discovery, oi There is less red tape about tho concern tho advantago of this new than any other corporation I over saw, invention, aytho caso may bo, with limand this is tho universal testimony of all itless raw material scattered round loose, nowspapcr men who have come in conit is difficult to conjecture what Is to pre- tact with tho management. The road vent Cloverport from supplying Now and others runs through better territory than any Albany, Pittsburg. Findlay other that goes out of Louisville, tho discenters of glass manufacture soda ash, tance considered, and when tho marvelthat indispensable factor in the glass mining is not all. "Within ous possibilites agricultural, industry. But that and manufacturing of tho lower Ohio sight of the main street aro bills of sand valley aro realized tho Louisville, St. of tho finest quality and in inexhausti& Texas w ill amply reward the quantity. Why not bring tho glass Lonis ble outlay, and vindicate tho judgement of works to tho sand and soda and natural the men who projected it and builded gas instead of transporting sand and ash it. SavoVaud. to tho works? Hero is food for tho faculties of men with money in NOTICE OF INCORPORATION both pockets seeking investment. Nor should tho immense beds of asNotice la hereby Riven that tbs undersigned, phalt and marl bo loft out of thoaccount. 0, W. Moorman, William II, Bowmer, J. K. These two substances abound in greatest McCraoken, Jauiet T. Skillman, A. I). Skill-maS. I). Vorls and William Poor bare profusion adding their testimony to tho themselves together as a body corpoprodigality with which nature, with both rate, under the name of the "Cloverport Parhands, has blessed this immediate ing Ilriek and Manufactrrlng Company," with Its principal place of transacting business at vicinity. Cloverport, lircckenrldge County, Kentucky. Hut that upon which local business The general nature of the business proposed to buy be transacted Is to mine, dig, exca-ato- , men baso their greatest hopes Is still and sell shale and clajs, to manufacture, buy another mlno of dormant wealth a and sell brick, tiling and other products of boie for oils, gas, salt and shale rock, out of which tho finest build- shale and clay, to to transport nnd sell same, other waters, and ing and paving brick in tho world can bo aud to buy, sell, own, lease, acquire, hold and mado. Tho railroad passes through a transfer, such property, real and personal, as for tho proper, conbe bed of this rock, on tho outskirts of town shall and deemed expedientIts business. management of duct less than COO feet from tho steamboat The amount of capital stock authorised Is landing. Specimens of the shalo were Fifty Thousand Dollars, $50,000 (divided into of one hundred dollars each), which shipped East, and bricks manufactured shares Increased to ono hundred thousand mar be greatest satisfaction. dollars $100,000, by a vote all from them givo tho Tho vitriolic specimens aro exceptionally the paid up capital stock at a regular or called for that purpose. meeting superior, and it is hoped that this little Said capital stock shall be p.ild In at such soon settlo tho street paving times and upon such conditions as the board of town may question in Louisville, Cincinnati, St. directors shall order nnd direct. The incorporators herein named shall bo the Louis, Chicago and other 'cities In a man- directors for ono year after the organisation of are ner to gladden tho hearts of your treasury the company, and until their successorscomelected and quali&ed. Tho time of the watch dog. mencement of the corpota'lon is tbd ',14th day Cloverport never had a boom. Sho of March, A. D. 1891, and or the termination twenty-fiv- e yean thereafter, unless would not know u boom from Job's ofl thereof,dissolved by s rote of all sooner ox if sho met it in tho middle of the big the paid up capital stick. The affairs of tho corporation shall be conroad. Tho above Is plain, sober trutln ducted by a board of director, consisting of tho faintest Intent to boom any- seven members, (who shall elect of their numwithout thing or anybody. Even if a. boom were ber a president, vice president, treasurer and desirable and oxpcrlcnco teaches that shall also a secretary and manager) and said officers shall be e'ected upon the organisation It is about as uncomfortablo a thing to or the eompany ana annually tnereauer. The highest amount o indebtedness or havo about tho houso as it wild cat tho to which the corporation is at recent showers of booms In Kentucky liability,subject Itself is the snm of twenty-fiv- eany time to towns caused such a financial nightmare thousand dollars (125.000) The private property of the stockholders Is that a boom is out of tho question. Let to be exempt the corporate dobts, any man with monoy to invest with, a C. W.Jtoorman, W. II. llowmer, liopo of a sound, safe and certain return, J, K, McUracken, visit Cloverport and see for himself that J. T.Skllltran, tho above is no roseate story, but justiA. II. Skillman, B. II. Vprls, fied by tho facts apd tho surrounding. Win. Foor. There is tho most insidious and the most deceitful promise in tho world hero, if it should turn Out that millions do not 1 IndMKMORANnUM HOOK IKON MITTKItM Ho scattered round just below tho surt 1 three-fourtthree-fourth- Reason -:- - Pocket -:- - Health :- 0 E. E. MOORMAN. Brockenridgo News Building, CLOVERPORT, KY. A-LRXANDRR'S Seventh and Market Streets, H otel, pro-mis- Louisville, - KLeiitucIcu. Having Fold out our entire interest in tho hotel on Jefferson street, we have removed to our old stand that we occupied for years so successfully nt Seventh and Market streets, nro now fitting it up in elegant shape new throughout, nnd thu outfit in overy wny will be elegant, including ono of Hale's Safety Passenger nnd Biiggngo Elevators .with nil the late improvements. "We want nil of our old friends to come and see us in our old home. AVo o you that our Rooms, Table and Service shall bo second to none in the land. My wife, Mrs. Jo. 15. Alexander, wants to bo remembered to all her lady frii'iids and she will be glad to see them and give them n hearty reception. FARE $2.00 PER DAY. JO. B, ALEXANDER, ' Manager. They all imitate me ! But none have ever equaled me ! We are always a length ahead ! We nfe sole ngents for the Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs And aro furnishing them at the reduced prices made by tho Factory for this season. Wo will also furnish the Imitator repairs, that are being put on the markctjby other dealers, at prices lower than any other concern. Every genuine "Oliver'? point is branded "Oliver". " GENUINE OLIVER. ' NO NAME. .25 85- - No. A. - - - - - - No., a". 15 "19 "20 05 " "19 25 .--'.. 20 25 o, Wo also have in stock a full lino of "South Bend", repairs. Havo, just received a full lino of the following Double Shovol Plow's : Mcikle, Avery, Brown's and Blount's, alpo a complete stock of New Ground Plows. ? POWDER Pur. B. F. BEARD k t't GO. face. lilS r"t'fUlC gvuerol giveaway ' nj'" HARDINSBURG, KY. .. u fl UA k e$XrU . 35- - anaaMiaMyiMiiiMMniiMMilliMl i limns iiiiiiiMiiiiiiriinrnniiWlfringBHW(trTnliiiirrfiiaiiir,'ii iiiii iimiii iiiiwiiiiiiMiiMiimii .,..-.1rl. . Wim. .'..m j Mr-- T" ylraswssMiMJJH''gisBi -- ;i?:t 8S wrf v"??' -- .Jffr :K"TrvXw .. mF . Breckenridge News. ,H ....',..,.. ,7 ' r . .77. " ' Trrf. Magiste- f ii ,, '. J h i-- WEDNESDAY, MAHCII 1, 11. Tut it) urn rjcs lowatdh BABBAGE'S Wlicn you find yourself wanting Resolutions of the Fourth rial District of Breckenridge Co. The Farmers and Laborers Unious of tho Bcwleyllle Mugisttirial District met at Irvinglon for tho purpose of discussing the advisability of calling out a candidate for the Legislature. Bate Washington was elected President and G. W. Tho President Hnrdaway, Secretary. 51 appointed a Committee on liesolutions, consisting of Mercer, Dowell and WalkSHIRTS, er. Tho committee reported the followCOLLARS ntul CUFFS, ing, which was adopted : W'c', the Alliance of ISowleyville Mag- District, in Jsterial Irvington, March 7, 18!U, being KVANSTOX. Mtisfiod that the leaders of tho two old Front, 21 in. political parties arc opposed to the prin1 " JLX JU.W ciples of our organization, therefore be it licfolvcil, That wo will not support tho pominees of cither of the old political parties. WVLDOKF. 2. That we request the County union, f .which meets April lij. to call out a Front, 2 in. that fully indorses our principle to represent in in tjin next Legislature. .1. That the proceedings of this rtjfi. to the Farmers' Homo JourMALDKX. nal, the two county papers and the Front, 2.J in. ' Meade County Neva for publication. v Wllack, Ii ' I. Um: Washington, Pros., mass-meeti- Tfro Papers a Week for a Dollar a Year. Tho "Twico a week" Edition of Tho ft. Louis Kopublic ij at once the best and the cheapest news journal iu the world. It Ih a big paper, containing six to eight pages each issue, or 12 to 16 eveiy week, ami is mailed every Tuesday and Friday. Its readers get tho no ws of tho day almost as promptly nut) fully as tho readers of. a Daily and half a week ahead of any Weekly in every State in the Union. Yet the seven-colum- II,, n - I ' 1 yfjgBj can-dSdit- e, price is ONLY ONE DOLLAK A YEAH. Sjccial Missouri, Illinois and Texas Editions are printed, and a General Edition for othor States contains nothing hut details of iniHrtant events of interest everywhere. The Republic is the leading Democratic naner of tho countrv. aenrres- sive, but at tho same timo liberal, and the only thoroughly national journal in Itemember tho tho whole country. price is ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Sample copies, also an illustrated Prcmi-,uCatalogue, sent free on application. Address The Republic, St. Louis, Mo. m meet-IngibeV- We Can And Do .j, C k UUHANA. Width, :'. in. NECKWEAR, . UNDERWEAR, HANDKERCHIEFS, SUSPENDERS, SOCKS, Etc. Remember the Place. Sole agent in this city for the brated cele- MONARCH Shrits, Collars & Cuffs These goods are known the world over and arc recognized to he superior to any other brands. Don't buy Shiits until ou have examined the J TRADE fi ' MARK. Wtuil fim.d Clotlit'H Will Ho. Tlie projjriPtora )f nn up town clothing store liavi- - mloptcHl u novel inutliod of soliciting trade." Tln-- linve hired u man who has long been "familiar to every one in their neighborhood hh a ragged, looking fellow, elothed him in a haudboine full tlivsa Miit. furnished him with a beaver, a finely laundered shirt and everything else that a man accustomed to drehs well could iw.ssibly need, and turned him loose to distribute neat advertising cards about the neighborhood. He usually weais some fresh Mowers pinued to the lapel of his coat, and as he goes about distributing his cards strikes people who have known him and scorned him for so many years as a remarkable example of what good clothing will do. New York Tribune. The llnprulltublu KIHH Toner. The stockholders in the Eiffel tower enterprise aie feeling bine just now in consequence of the steady diminution of their receipts. In the season now closing Cfti.OOO funics were taken in. The cost of keeping the tower open was 3.V).000 francH. and 000,000 more were spent for repairs. Nest year tho Email profits of this year will be wiped out, it is expected, and a considerable deficit will appear in place of it. In viow of this probability 108,000 francs was reserved for futuie use from the profits of the exhibition year. Washington Critic, What the Oriiiinil Mole Suys. Last fall it was noticed that tho trail of the ground mole plainly marked tho letter "W" on the surface of tho eartlu The letter indicated "warm winter," and the sizo of the past summer's ice. bill proved that wo had it. Now tho upheavals of the wandering and busy moles distinctly trace the letter "(J," and tho wise men are taught by thU that this winter will be a co:d ouo. Newtown (Pa.) Enterprise. , l'lillHlelililn' A Cincinnati man engaged a truck and four men u few days ago and stole a twelve horse iower steam engine. Neither man nor engine has been found yet. This is not quite up to tho case of the woman who was tried at the quarter bessions in this city last year for stealing a two story brick house. Philadelphia Press. Ho Amended. "Look here, 1 understand that you re ferred to me as an educated hog." "Yes. I did, but I am willing to modify the statement." "You'd junt iHitter." "Very well. I'll take back tho word educated." Cjilcago Inter Ocean. .Miurtest Time. Tom What is tho shortest timo in which a half mile has been run? Jack I don't know exuetly, but 1 am curtain it was made by myself when 1 chased Smith, who had uoue off with my new umbrella. Yankeo Blade. Guarantee Dr. Acker's Wood Elixir, for it has been fully demonstrated to the people of this country that it is superior to nil other preparations for blood diseases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic G. W. IIai(iwav, Sec. poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions nnd PimHeed the Warning. ples. It purifies the whole system und is not infrequently the case that thoroughly builds up the constitution. It itcliinv pimples and in Hating "cat boils" For Sale by G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., are tho forerunners of larger boils, or and Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. the more serious carbuncles. InvariI hiving n newspaper of his own, ably Nature puts out her danger signals, and they should be heeded at once. Franklin advertised everything that he The pimples mid little IkuIs show that bought or sold with the greatest amplithe blood is not in a good condition and tude and profusion hooks, pamphlets, nature is trying to relievo the system. paper, rags, lampblack, ink, wine. lie ns the man who discovered the mighty A few doses of Swift's Specific at this juncture will accomplish wonders. Tho power of adveitlsing, nnd the first who eruption will be healed and the system perceived what an important thing it is cleansed of its impurities. The modern that an advertisement should bo written paraphrase of the old saying, "A stitch and printed in just the light way. in time," etc., is that "Timely stitclies Youth's Companion. will save nine pairs of breeches." The A Child Killed. modern form has a touch of humor that Another child killed by the use of opidoes not modify the truth of it. In that vein, we may say that a course of Sw ift's ates gi'en in the form of Soothing syrup. Why mothers give their children such Specific prevents ills terrific. deadly poison is surprising when they The Sheep-Folcan relievo the child of its peculiar trouThe production of lambs for market is bles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. one of the important industries of the It contains no opium or morphine. Sold country, and is likely to become more so by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and in tho future. The question is how to Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. produce them the most successfully at the least cost and with the most profit. A good many honest Democrats in Some say early lambs are worth more Kentucky are watting time and good ink than late ones. For what? They are writing serious replies to the wanted the year round. An early spring sentiments of Carutli, Ellis and lamb is wort more in the spring than a IJlackburn. This is entirely futile. The late fall lamb always supjKwing the thing to be dono with these statesmen is conditions are the same in all cases; and to set up a wind-miin their neighborit goes. Hut in a perpetual market hood and turn their bloviations to pome there can be neither early nor late. good account. Louisville Post. are wanted at all seasons of the year, and it is the business of the mutA Wonder Worker. ton breeder to supply them as demandMr. Frank Huffman, a young mnn of ed. The man who has Iambs for sale Burlington, Ohio, states that he had only in one or two seasons of the year been under the care, of two prominent would be all right if these were the physicians, and used their treatment unonly seasons when they were wanted. til he was not nbl'o to get around. They Otherwise he loses much of the benefits pronounced his case to bo Consumption of the market for if ho sells only in tlie and incurable. lie was persuaded to spring and fall he is likely to drive his try Dr. King's New Discovery for Conlambs to market at the very time when sumption, Coughs and Colds, nnd at it is most fully supplied and prices are that timo yas not able to walk across tho lowest. It is with the production of the street without resting. He found, mutton as it is with the production of before lie had used half of a dollar botbutter nud cheese nn tle, tnnt he was much better; he conbusiness must pay best. Mirror and enjoying tinued to use it and is y Farmer. good health. If you hae any Throat, Lung or Chest Trouble try it. We guar Is Life Worth Living? antee satisfaction. Trial bottle free at Not if you go through the world a dyspepG. W. Short's Drugstore. tic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are a positive cure for the worst forms of 'The Agricultural Department's March Dyspepsia, Indigcston, Flatulency and estimates of corn and wheat in the hands Constipation. Guaranteed and Bold by of farmers throughout tho country show G. W. Short, CIoverjKrt, Ky., and Witt 542,000,000 bushels of corn, against & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. on March 1, last year, and bushels of wheat, which is the Baby's Sleeping Time. lowest quantity of any year for ten years I wonder if all mothers know that past, except the stocks of 1881 and 1885, baby likes to ho turned over after he has when tho crops were much smaller tlian slept an hour or two on ono bide? that of ISM. When he stretches and wriggles and finally perhaps cries out, try turning Electric Bitters. him on Ids other side, or almost on his This remedy is becoming so w ell known back, and see if he docs not relapso into another sound nap" without further ef- and so jmpular as to need no special All who have used Electric fort on your part. Do not forget to turn mention. tho pillow over also sometimes. Tho Bitters sing the same song of praise. A ono or who awakes in the purer medicino does not exist and it is night and sits up in bed, rubbing his guaranteed to do all that is claimed, little fists into his sleepy eyes, feels per- Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of haps hot and uncomfortable. Try turn- the Liver and Kidneys, will remove ing his pillow. If bo is like some chil- Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum and other dren tho writer knows of, ho will wait affections caused by impure bloodi Will for the, sound of tho turning and then drive Malaria frOm the system and predrop back on it into a renewed sleep. vent as well as euro all Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipation Itemember also to keep a child's clothes anil Indigestion try Electric Bitters. smooth under him. Drawing down the rumpled night-clothe- s and smoothing Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money the cover has much to do with quieting refunded. Price 50 cts. and $1.00 per tho restless tossings of the little sleeper. bottle at G. W. Short's, Clovcrport, Ky., and J. A. Witt's, Ilardinsburg, Ky. llabvhooM. d. d 11 ll to-da070,-000,0ld 111 Plmt Stump SiKirdi. "TalkinR of campaign spfcrches "reminds mo." said Senator Graham, of Nashville, "of the first niech that Charley Fairbanks, of Indianapolis, iver made. Fairbanks, you know, is n genial, wholo souled gentleman, with plenty of jury eloquence, but nt tho time of which I speak had no experience on tho stump. One day I met him and lie eccmctl considerably worried. " 'Graham,' i?aid lie, ! have Ieen invited to address a political meeting at and you know I nover did anything of tho kind in my life. I haven't a bit of confidence in myself and 1 am afraid I cannot hold tho ciowd. You arc up in this kind of thing and I want you to post mo n little.' "I never wanted to laugh so much in woenegono my lire, out Fairbanks face told mo plainer than woids that ho was very much In earnest. So I gave him nil tho points I could bring to mind. I remember that I said thatau auctioneer always held his crowd by entertaining it, and told 1dm to imagine himself an nncllfcneer. Well, ho went to his meeting, and everything went wrong. He was placed so that n strong wind blow through tho room, tossing his hair over his face and giving him a terrible cold and soro throat. "TJio brass band drowned half he said, nnd tho small boy got in liis deadly work. I met him a month or so later, and he told me his experiences. 'Every time I wquhl feel myself giving way,' he exclaimed. '1 would think of your instructions to imagine myself an auctioneer, nnd I guess I entertained them, for I made myself more of an auctioneer than I did a political speaker.' But Fairbanks is all over that now. There is not a better Or more effective speaker in Indiana than ho is." Indianapolis News. Truth Stranger Than raon sense Against Theory, Fiotion-Com Prof. E. M. Coleman, formi rly President of College, Ky., and also once President pf Liberty College, Texas, paid our city a visit a ago and his old friends were surprised to see him in the enjoyment of restored health. Four years ago Prof. Coleman lost his health in Texas, and since that time lie has been unable to attend to any business until recently. e learn from his own lips that he spent sovernl thousand dollars under the treatment of the most eminent physi-cinn- s of Texas, St. Unm, Waukeshe, Barry, Louisville and Now York and got no relief. Three months ago ho yielded to the solicitations of friends nnd began Using "Royal Germntuer." Now he says ho feels like a new mnn. The Professor appears perfectly happy in the enjoyment of restored health after suffer- Froin the Professor's experience we discover that it is one thing to theorize about the iimso and cure of disease, bht the thiiKj of vast importance to those who suffer is to get into possession of a remedy that will give rebel and restore the West-Kentuck- y few-day- s 1891 : FRANKS. COOK. : , ii .ii , LUMBER, LATHS, :-- SHINGLES, DOORS, - '. M SASH &c BHiiisrps . " l l i health. Any one who is alllicted can get medical advice from Dr. L. C. Chishohn, Wil-lar- d Hotel, Ixmisville, Ky.. iu regard to the use of this nfchargr. Battle Rilliousneas, besiege Malaria, break up Chilis witli "0. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," the pleasant remedy. No cure, no pay. Sold by J. W. Owen. Around tliu Wurlit In H S3 "oil ISout. Two old bailors. Godfrey Syl:cs nnd Onirics McLean, aro going to coast foot around the world in a twenty-tw- o boat They launched their small craft on tho Colomdo at Needles, Cal., Saturday. Their 'ourso is dotf-- tho Gulf of California, along the Mexican nnd South American coast, round Capo Good Hope to Cape St. Iloqne. then across tho Atlantic to Sierra Leoue, thonco east along the Europeau coast to Great Britain. Thi) return trip will he through the Mediterranean, Sues canal, Indian ocean, and China sea, and by the Russian coast to Alaska, and thence home. Their boat, built by themselves, is 22 feet over all and 7 feet !) inches beam, of Mackinaw strong steel ribs. type, with twenty-on- o S,lie has water tight lockers and will carry three sails. She will have a with six feet surface. Provisions for four months will be carried, and the men expect to make the voyage in two and a half years. McLean is a Scotchman, who served seven years ns a whaler. Ho has dreamed of this trip for years and saved money for tho purpose. Godfrey Sykes is an Englishman of good education, who ran away to sea. He also had the "fnd" of circumnavigating tho globo, and ho propared himself for it by a very thorough study of navigation. Singularly enongh, these two uieu, with a crazo for sea voyaging, met on an Arizona cat-tlranch, and around the camp tiro at llighl learned of their mutual dreams. They pooled their capital, built the boat, and will stay by each other to tho end. Cor. St. Louis o Globe-Democr- ' Estimates promptly made. , .l '' i MAIN SET. 15th & 16th STS., - LOUISVILLE, KY. "Mention this paper. . , riiotngnipliy Applied to Snrvrjliix. Surveyors are becoming more and more indebted to photography for the way in which it facilitates and Improves their worlc. For reconnaissance tho camera offers some pleasant fentures. The public is always anxious to know what an engineer is doing with a transit, but if lie has a map of the country and an aneroid in his pocket, so that, by fences or otherwise, ne can tell pretty nearly where ho is, he is only nn amateur artist, making views of scenery, and the farmer is not suspicious that he wants to run a railroad through his corn crib. Such pictures as may thus be secured, understandingly used, may help to decide where a line will probably he best, so far as the general features of the country aro concerned. Progress is the order of the d.iy. It is not long since the engineer who used a camera to take occasional or records of the progress of his work was looked upon as puttiug on nirs. Now, however, the blue print and the camera come in very handily, so much eo that it is not the engineer who them, but rather the one who does not, who is the exception. Tho engineer js not likely to dispense just now with his transit, but he who avails himself of such help as photography can give him, especially in such work as making close topographical surveys, will have a very gn;at advantage over him who dots not. New York Commercial Advertiser. al s every WATERPROOF COLLAR or BE UP TO THE MARK CUFF ICaJot to ISIcyt THAT CAN BE RELIED ON BEARS THIS MARK. to jOlsooloiM TRADE ggjKSll-t- ! LLUL0 ir NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. Mark. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. LINEN-LINE- D i , THE ONLY COLLAR IN THE MARKET. WATERPROOF ! ikttfv HERE WE ARE AGAIN jtHrV iUr Furniture in endless buck vavie-t- y. Cut m Clirniiuiimtera. An ncute observer of contemiornry life remarked the other day that the typical cat dovoted each ono of his nine lives solely to tho cultivation of his voice. The statement, although obviously exaggerated, serves very well ,to convey the impression which tho cat has made unon those who know him lest. The weasel having largely supplanted him ns a rat and mouse exterminator he has come to bo regarded as an animal of leisure, much given ' to music, but bearing few or none of tho practical burdens of existence. Dut intention has lately been directed to tno fact that tho Chinese use cats to tell time. A Celestial who was asked what o'clock it was took up a cat and examined it, and replied that it was two hour past noon. On being asked how lie told time in that way ho explained that the pupils of a cat's eyes were largest in the morning, and that they gradually grew smaller ns tho light jncrccsed till they reached their minimum at noon; that then they began to widen again till at night they onco more became large. New York Tribune." Tho balloon proposed for polar explorations is 03 feet In diameter and npO.COO cubic feet in volume. The journey is to be begun from Spitzbergen, and with a favorable win 1 is expected to last four or fivo days. I am now at my old BANK. OP stand and respectfully solicit tho patronage of the public. m - - . u , MBMH MVHi?VSa i ,. , HAEDINSBURG FURNITURE, Honest Goods. Capital Stock $25,000. n. F. DEAKD, President. WILL MIIil.BH, M. U. BEARD, Cashier. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. 0. W. BEAHD "I MORKIS KSKIUDOK J R M. JOLLY. Directors. RONOUNGNG nriiEU ?id u n.i- - deposits. lie Wua liuine. Col. Robert Stribbling, of Markham. i I t A Duty to Yourself. It is surprising that people will use a common ordinary pill when they can secure a valuable English ono for tho samo money. Dr. Acker's English pills aro a positive euro for and all liver troubles. They are small, sweet, easily taken, ntxl do not gripe. Sold by G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. sick-headac- ' i Unlet City. First Drummer Tho new clock in tho public- - building in Philadelphia will run a whole year without stopping. Second Drummer You don't mean run; you mean go. Nothing runs iu Philadelphia. Jewelers' Circular. A Nice, A Hint to Sugar Makers. Thero are two good reasons for supposing that the maple sugar crop in Vermont will ho simply enormous this year. First, tho producers will get a bounty of two cents on every pound they send to market. Second, when tho sap gives out, a very good article can ho made out of brown sugar and glucose Tho fanners of Vermont will take tho hint. N. Y. Herald. from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever try Dr. Actor's Engjish Do not punish your children with bitRemedy? It is tho best ter nauseous mixtures, when you can get known for all Lung troubles. prcpanjtlgj) Sold on a "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure" on a guar-ante- positivo guarantee at 2oc. and 50c. by G. Any child will take it. Fold by V. Short, ClovorjKirt, Ky., and Witt & J. W. Owen. Meador, Hardinsbnrg, Ky. Sold by e. "Nip your cough in tho hud," by takCan't Sleep Nights ing "U. 0. 0. Certain Cough Cure," a Is tho complaint of thousands Buffering remedy. pleasant and effectual J. W. Owen. Va,. says: In tho battery that bore my name in tho late war wero several representatives from a little sandy pine stunted section in Fauquier county called "Texas." I can't tell why the section was named Texas, except on tho ground that its population was made up of pretty rough citizens. Tho Texas people were a great race of fighters, and tho code of morals that prevailed Iu "oilier sections of the state did not obtain thero to any remarkable extent. Well at the battle of 'Malvern Hill my battery was hotly engaged and my men nnd horses were dropping fast. In order to keep the men up to tho sticking point I rode along the line to let them see Hint 1 was taking an interest in the tight, when I came across ono of these Texans lying on the ground with both of his legs carried away. lie called to mo with a feeblo voice as I reined up near him. and said: "Well. Capt. Bob, I'm done for. but 1 can be of a little service to you yet. You just The German government statistics bring ono of those horses here nnd let show that of 2,172 cases of tuberculosis mo hold him, and let that other man go to tho gun. I'll be sure to hold him treated by the Koch methods, 13 per- while I'm living, and when I'm dead sons affected internally aro reported you just tie the brute to my carcass. " cured, 171 considerably improved, 104 Now wasn't that an exhibition of nerve improved, and 40 died, while of cases of nnd ganiencss? (.related this story onco external tuberculosis 15 are reported to old Dr. Payne, of Markham " What cured, 148 considerably improved, 2:17 did you say his game was?" queried the doctor. "William Prince." 1 replied. improved, nnd i) died. "Why, dod rot your skin!" he exclaimed, "don't you know that his father was my A trial will convince tho mpst skeptibrother Rice? Every man with Payne C. C. Certain Cough Curo" cal that "C. blood in him is as game as ii psbblo, sah, is what its name implies, a "Certain" as game as a pebble." St. Louis cure. Sold by J. W. Owen. Electricity Siicceetllni; tins. No Veniiiiiou Iluullet. In tho samo way as the horso is being Of more than 40,000 iiecie8 of beetles supplanted by tho electric motor for widely diffused over the earth's surface street car traction bo gas is being supernot one is known to be venomous, or posseded by tho electric light as a street sessed of a sting. Butterflies and moths Inminnnt. Thero are still, however, have no mouths to cat with, only a proplaces whore tho confidence in the now boscis to extract sweet juices from floworder of things is not yet absolute. A ers. Neither do they grow after assumcase of this kind has occurred in Canada. ing tho winged state. When in tho catAs the electrio light has been put in a erpillar state they aro voracious eaters, largo portion of tho city of Montreal A company of somo species will strip a tho question aroso, What is to be done whole tree within a singlo day. St with the disused gas lamps which aro Louis Republic. owned by tho city? Somo of the aldor-me-n thought it would be a good thing The Rev. Joseph Cunane, of St. to sell them for old iron, but ono of tho Mary's CathoUcchurch. Marlboro, Prince "fathers of tho city" suggested that tho George county, Mil., is very ill. Fa- lamps be put in store, "so that tho city ther Uncnne Is tho priest who, unaided. would not bo put at tho mercy of the buried inauy of" the dead during the electric light company," and carried his ' point. New York Telegram. sma llnox epidemic of 1882. Globe-Democrat Valuable Farm for Sale! In our Butacrlpttnii line eery proper name Is divided Into syllabled, the accent mrlc plncul over tlio emphatic xylluule, so tluil lllldo readers cmi tell at a glunco nnd proper uruiiuurU the mloii of luo uord. ARALLBL BIBLES OUTSELL FAMILY ALL OTHERS, THE GREATEST AID EVER PUT INTO i A SUBSCRIPTION BIBLE Containing 300 acres. 200 acres tnluublo Irufiirrs Iu onr lliio of Ulblea. EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY TO SUCCESS. cleared , 100 in fine timber, situated on the Ilardinsburg and Clovcr WE GIVE CANVASSERS THE LARGEST COMMISport Turnpike, two miles West of SIONS EVER ALLOWED TO BIBLE AGENTS. Ilardinsburg and eight miles East of Cloverport. Forty acres sown in wheat, forty acres good corn Look lo your Interests, and write fur terms to Mention this paper. ground, and twenty acres for oats, & STOWE, - - CINCINNATI, O. CRANSTON ten acres for tobacco, tho remainder in grass. o. Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. Improvements, ono dwelling and OR two tenant houses, two barns, and tor LOSTorFAIUNO MANHOOD jfcTO. 17. Oenersi and NERVOUS DtBILITYi well supplied with water tho year Weikneiiof BodvandXlnd. Effacta of Errors or xeaitei in Oil nrYtranr. round, two orchards, ono bearing, K.tis.l. Jt.blefMMIOOUfoltr !lrtUrd. Htw la.ilirvt s4 Taking: Effect . dir. lb.el.ulr o.f.lll.r HOXK tho other just sot out. t.llllj rreia (O 8IHM sat r.ralra ('...trin. ITril. Ikm. IH.trlpll.. Bok, riptiKll.a u proof. Mtlkd (MiU4) fm. At 5:00 o'clck A. II., SundaNor.SO. , 1890 This is a splendid farm and well Udrsu EfllE MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO, M. Y. Wtit Round Traiut suited for raising stock. Will bo Eatt Round Train i Si! sold at a low price snd on reason63 Mall A Mail & Expr's tixpr's STATIONS Hxpr's Expr's able terms. For further particulars Dally Daily Dally address J. T. HOBARDS, lv.Un'n Uii't..ar ,J "pin 9 05pm :. . Ilardinsburg, Ky. 860 Thin superb edition In printed from NKW ELKCTROTYl'K ri.ATT.8. made from Urge, clear ; pi;, nnd Is pronounced hy eminent nuthorltl.s to lie tint muxt accurate and Cafuablo II Inn of the Holy llllite ever niado In thin country. Wuluu mltUil iimir oilier neiruuU ACEMTS WAWTEDI'.:.i,1S'!!!STO MEN ONLY! TUtlTnH.VT-D.OH R.-C- TIME SCHEDULE - Of, -- A JOURNAL Printers' Ink 7 ft FOR ADVERTISERS Issued weekly, and Is the representative Journal the trade Journal of Amerlean advertisers. It Indicates to the inexperienced adver titer how, when, and where he should adrei tlse ; how to wrltefan adrertlseinent; bow dlsplajr one: what newspapers to use; bow tuucb money to expend in adt, discourses on every point that admits or profitable discussion. Advertising is an art practlcod by uianr but understood by few, The oooductors of Printers' Ink understand It, and their advice is based on an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e years In plaolng advertlselng contracts for many of the largest and most successful advertisers. A year's subscription costs but two dollars i sample copies Free. Address : OKOTP. ROWKLLdV Ii avJFVJTH z&j&y BEST CHEAPEST E w w MEDICINE MEDICINE LIVER West I'olnt' 1210 Howard 12 07pm Hock Haven Lonu Ilranch ileum llrjiidcnburtf 1131 Meade Springs 111? Karon (justoii 1110 Irvington 1107 Wtbkter lUftb Loiliburir t : 80ft 7 45 7 35 7 a) 722 7JU 707 068 0 49 030 0 24 615 0 09 6 61 A CHILL CUrVE. Stephcnsport AildUon St.nl8 I'lirci. 1061 1042 10SU 102D 1021 tur CONSIDERING QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. MOWN J'" 1018 10 OJ 600 IT "WlXaj ALSO OTJ213D BILIOUSNESS. DYSPEPSIA. and cnnoNia constipation. C. C. MARTIN, onuacisT Sklll,ai, lluwtnlllc Cavco Lew (sport Shop 053 0 44 U32 43 5 31 I'alcon 1'ctrle 923 917 6 21 6 01 next Door below post office. Ky Cloverport, CTrTOmTlTOBfrirmUrimnTnMfimBffiMH Newspaper Advertising Bureau, PI0 Sprue 8t.rNew York CO., FREE TO ALL. Oar New Illustrated uataioftua oi Ftairtf, jdLLLVLiMsLliiiHkssssa S - i'owers 1'atcs "wensboro MattliiKly Stanley Wortlilngton tyxutsvllle 9 0(1 91J 8 47 6 32 8 22 612 605 465 438 425 417 4 0'. 'ar.Henderi'n lv 7ftini 808 769 747 728 719 340 331 3 23 310pm . 360 ,iI?QSale. combined bred horse. Fitbcrof our Stallions Brown's McQuald, a blgbly l.red trotter 'or Hapy Thought, a A'id.W Both young and sound. Jas G. Stfhh.m, Sr or J, d. Stki'iiknh, Jr. Holt, Ky. afkAdliHnN. and 4090 varieties oi j pianu Ain flftilafanttstrt nnaMnliuul E36 SrMftteum; SO acres. Address, C .. uiuT nnns, t uriiuso T .......... A.T, We YCSTTV.n IfUUIQVtUJL M, be mailed' FrM to all : IDDllcanta' Ml nure.i Trtat, vnr V1IT, fin will .iihi.3 FvAMMAn BUIW, VITCf, MtfWt, SmsH FfttH, )W h.iihHvu Aim V fill la t. .m ..... !.....- a...i wtHh fur us,viiiMiTaiiifiiNTHmiari'i hy Aunm 1Vm.jU.iIi. kTriift ttiil Jit Ilijwii.'TtVlvdix Okta. ;,wm,. .siiirrinrvuoinratwtll. nnjr r'witsj 'IMMIILV a . !. si. vTrrvw.v Taii ..1. , l hum, M r fftn irt K?fn anrnalljPtamtaK OomMlo "' .. u. l ltf wwfc flfallilisM.m. Mc mftt.tr h Hid ii ir All ml Mnn you. L.i .. w .1 wurk la fr amfimmnMmnmmnnvmwnm mm ., .., n i rwiiHrf, Jf '' I' TOBINSPORT, IND. Quito a number have Illinois few r. Sirs. Nannie Groves Is suffering with In grippo. Mr. Irving Barnes, who has be n very ill is improving. Mis3 Maggie Allen, of Hardinslmrp, Ky. after a months visit with her stater, Mattie, has return,eirhome. Mr. Nat Harris nnd family will leave April; 1st, for Illinois, where they will reside in the future. Mrs. Spotts and daughter, who have been visiting Mrs. Jennie Simons, for some time, have returned to their homo in Illinois. U. S. Pension Examiner, Xealy, was here this week. Mr. Thomas Posencranz is very low with consumption. Dellart McFall, who has been South Durability, Style & Finish Unequalled, Material & Workmanship Unsurpassed, all winter, arrived homo last week.,. s Mrs. Chas. Allen will leave in a wagons a day, Manufacturers of "Wagons, Drays and Dump Carts. Capacity Mowe(jua, 111., where she will for extending over eighteen Southern and Western States, with a rapidly growing trado make her futuro homo. Her husband intoduced is universally considered the best wagon on tho market. ago and wherever t having gone out there a fow weeks Ton Sale by to seek a home. Mr. Boskcy, the clothing drummer, & was here last week and sold quitoa num7 ber of suite. Hugh Weatherholt is having lumber sawed, and will begin erecting n new residenco in the near future The Baptist church at this place will sure begin repairing their church, and when completed it will bo quite a hand-som- o "s":''J. H. Hickman, Pros't. C. W. Vico-Pres'- Bransford, t. W. A. Edbert, Sec. & Mgr "THE OWENSBORO," T3nLe "Wstgrori. Co, few-day- B. F. BEARD, DILLON CO., :k.ar:di:n"s:btt:e&3-- icy. church. Dr. "Whito, of Patcsville, is visiting his parents. Glad to welcome David, back again. NttElftl IMIMENT IGHTHING FOR MAN OR BEAST , A Card of Thanks. We take this method of returning our thanks to our friends for their kindness to us, during tho sickness and death of Miss Jennie Moorman. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Raitt. I AAFE lame ,bwk jtpraih;c. f r. rR0UP QPEEDY D. W. SLOAN, Geo. W. Armes' Adin'rl The Ohio County Alliauco will hold a Notice In Equity. v. convention April 13th to consider a nom- Is now prepared to furnish on short Marv J. Armn. Alliination for tho. Legislature. Tho Al penoni havlne claim! agalnit tho notice Coal and Feed, to any part of tho of George W. Aruu. deceaied, ore hereby ance of Grayson county will call a con- city. His place of business is at Hall's notified to produee laid claims before me provention for March 20th to mako a nomi- comer. Call on him. perly proven, on or before the lit day of April 18V1. nation. FREE COLUMN. FARMERS Given under my band tbii March lit 1891. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. V. G. BABBAGE, M. U. U. 0. 0. cash notes. sale, a good mare, for cash ordlnsburg, Ky. salvo in tho world for cuts, Taylor Beard, Har Tho best Breckenridgo Circuit Court sale, eight fine yr.ni? horres, well bred bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever ilor broke to harnesr, five of them Ci yer's. Geo.C. Uawklm' Adm'r and hands, chilblains, Notice In Equity. sores, tetter, chapped Kd. Bennett, Uewleywile, Ky. fa. X 11iw1ilna. Xa. I corns, and skin eruptions, and positively AH persons having claims against tl'O cures Piles, or no pay required. It is ot George C. Hiiwklni, decoaiod, aro hereguaranteed to give perfect, satisfaction, or by notified to produce raid cltimi htfuro me LclBborn I have the ilogle Comb Whito Price 25 cents per Chicken and can furDlih Eggi at $1.00 for properly proven, on or before the lit day of money refunded. April, 1891. "W. Short, Clover-por- t, if tclug at the pen, or $1.50 per letting by box For sale by G. Given under my band thli lit dty of Marcb preii. My ohickeni are pure .took and tne 1801. Ky., and J. A. AVitt, Hardinsburg, V. ii. BABBAQE, M. 0. B. C. U. Satisfaction In tho country. bcit layen Ky. Babbage's new lino of queens-warguaranteed. AdJPv,s F.xamino 0 J0NS0N, Flannel shirts wero never so cheap. lion ley vllle, Ky. Call on Babbage. te GOAL if FEED I Breckenridgo Circuit Court. Ior I Eggs for Sale. -- e. I . muni - in....ii..TWMiiii.MmwiiiiMiitMiMirI ' "WW ll( , rff-VT- 5 Breckenridge News. WEDNKPDAY. MA1IC11 .. JUiolutious of the Fourth Kagiste rial District of Breokenridge Co. .... 1, 11. Tin ii) mil pjes lowaids vi BABBAGE'S When you find yourself wanting SHIRTS, COLLARS and CUFFS, M KVANSTOX. Front, ltack, '.'I in. " Week for a Dollar a Year. Tho "Tvico a week" Edition of Tho The Farmers and Laborers' Unions of tho Bcwleyville Mtigi6ttirla. District met Ft. Louis Republic U at otlco the best and the cheapest news journal in the at lrvington for tho purpose of discus paper, ing the advisability of calling out a can world. It is a big didate for tho Legislature. Bate Wash- containing six to eight pages each Issue, ington waa elected President and G. AV. or 12 to 10 every week, and is mailed Hnrdaway, Secretary. Tho President every Tuesday and Friday. Its readers appointed a Committee on Resolutions, get tho no ws of tho day almost as promptconsisting of Mercer, Dowell and Walk ly and fully as tho readers of a Daily er. Tho committee reported the follow and half a week ahead of any Weekly In every State in the Union. Yet tho ing, which was adopted : Wc the Alliance of Howleyvillc Mag price is ONl.Y ONE DOLLAR A YEAK. Isterial District, in asseiu Special Missouri, Illinois and Texas Edilrvington, March 7, 1891, being tions aro printed, and a General Edition ,j)lp! Biuisnou iiiai me lcaucrs oi mo uvu um for other States contains nothing but depolitical parties are opposed to the prin- tails of important events of interest evciples of our organization, therefore be erywhere. The Republic Is the leading Democratic paper of tho country, aggresit llaoltttf, That wo will not support tho sive, but at tho same timo liberal, and nominees of cither of .the old political the only thoroughly national journal In mass-meetin- 1oPaira Ill II was .'..t tr.' ' ; t. 1. " ! . I , '- . . " 1 J I '. ..k HI g AfyVLDOUF. 1 Vt I parties. "2. That wo request the County Union, .jkhich meets April :M, to call out a that fully Indorses our princiI WfOj. ples, to represent w in tho next Legislature. :). That the proceedings of this meeting be sent to the Farmers' Home JourMAI.DKN. nal, the two county papers and the Front, --'1 In. ' Meade County News for publication. Hack, 1 J ' Hatk Wasiiixoto.v, Pros., G . W. 1 1 A it i ) w a v , Sec. can-illdat- e, Hick, 'if - '' ' JLV. - Ji v "CX If k UWIAXA. Width, !'.? In. NECKWEAR, '.UNDERWEAR, HANDKERCHIEFS, SUSPENDERS, SOCKS, Etc. Remember the Place. Heed the Warning. the case that itching pimples and initating "cat boils" are the forerunners of larger bolls, or the more serious carbuncles. Invariably Nature puts out her danger signals, and they should be heeded at once. The pimples mid little boils show that the blood is not in a good condition and nature is trying to relievo the system. A few doses of Swift's Specific at this juncture will accomplish wonders. Tho eruption will be healed and t,hc system It is not infrequently Sole agent in this city for the cclc-hratc- d cleansed of Its impurities. The modern paraphrase of the old saying, "A stitch in time," etc., is that "Timely stitches will save nine pairs of breeches." The modern form has a touch of humor that does not motlify the truth of it. In' that vein, we may say that a course of Swift's Specific prevents ills terrific. Tho Sheep-FolThe production of lambs for market is one of the important industries of the country, and is likely to become more so in the future. The question is how to produce them the most successfully at the least cost and with tho most profit. Some say early lambs are worth more than Into ones. For what? They arc wanted the year round. An early spring lamb is worth more in the spring than a lato fall lamb always supposing the conditions are the same in all cases; and it goes. Hut in a perpetual market there can be neither early nor late. Iunbs are wanted at all seasons of the year, and It Is the business of the mutton breeder to supply them as demanded. The man who has lambs for sale only in ono or two seasons of the year would be all right if theso were the only seasons when they were wnnted. Otherwise he loses much of the benefits of the market for If ho sells only in tho spring and fall he Is likely to drive his lambs to market at the very time when It is most fully supplied and prices are tho lowest. It is with the production of mutton as it is with the production of butter and cheese an business must pay best. Mirror and Farmer. d. MONARCH Shrits, Collars & Cuffs These goods are known the world over and arc recognized to he superior to any other brands. Don't buy Shirts until ou have examined the V rsJfonri'&. mark: Wlml Cm. (I Cliillirx Will Ho. jay TRADE The proprietor)! of im up town clothing utore haw iiiloptGil u novel method of soliciting truth-- . They have hired u limn who lias long been "familiar to every One in their neighborhood iih u niched, disreputable looking fellow, clothed him in a iiii.itl&oine full drew Miit. furn.Hhed him with a beaver, a finely laundered shirt and everything else that a man accustomed to drehS well could possibly need, and turned him loose to distribute neat advertising cards about the neighborhood. He usually weais foine fresh lowers pinned to the lapel of his coat, and as he goes about distributing Ins cards strikes people who have known him and scorned him for so many years as a remarkable example of what good clothing will do. New York Tribune. l.invi Tuner. The stockholders in the Eiffel tower enterprise ure feeling blue just now in consequence of the steady diminution of their receipts. In the season now closing C&i.OOO fuincH were taken In. The cost of keeping the tower open was 3.")0.000 francs, and S00.U00 more were spent for repairs. Next year the small profits of this year will be wiped out, it is expected, and a considerable deficit will appear in place of it. In vlow of this probability 108,000 francs was reserved for future use from the profits of the exhibition year. Washington Critic. Tlie Ihipt-olltubl- Is Life Worth Living? Not if you go through the world a dyspeptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are a positive cure for the worst forms of Dyspepsia, Indigeston, Flatulency and Constipation. Guaranteed and Bold by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt A Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Baby's Sleeping Time. I i wonder if all mothers know that baby likes to bo turned over nfter he has slept an hour or two on one sido? When he stretches and wriggles and finally perhaps cries out, try turning him on his other side, or almost on his Wlnit t tin Oroiiiul Mole buys. back, and see if he docs not relapso into Last fall it was noticed that the trail ground mole plainly marked ihu another sound nap without further efof the letter "W" on the surface of tho earth. fort on your part. Do not forget to turn The letter indicated "warm winter," and the pillow over alsoisomctimes. The the size of the past summer's ice bill ono or who awakes in the proved that we had it. Now tho upheavnight and sits up in bed, rubbing his als of the wandering and busy moles dis- littlo fists into his sleepy eyes, feels pertinctly trace the letter "C," and tho wise haps hoj and uncomfortable. Try turnmen are taught by thU that this winter ing his pillow. If ho is like some chilwill be a cold one. Newtowu (Pa.) Endren tho writer knows of, ho will wnit terprise. for the, sound of tho turning and then riil1nlHlllit'a drop back on it into a renewed sleep, A Cincinnati man engaged a truck aud four men a tew days ago and stole lteinembcr also to keep a child's clothes a twelve horse iower steam engine. smooth under him. Drawing down tho and smoothing Neither man nor engine has been found rumpled night-clothe- s yet. This is uot quite Tip to the case of the cover has much to do with quieting the woman who was tried at the quarter tho restless tossing of the little sleeper. bessions in this city last year for stealing Ilabvholfcl. a two story brick house. Philadelphia Press. A Duty to Yourself. lie Amended. It is surprising that people will uso a "Look here, I understand that you re common ordinary pill when they can ferred to me as an educated hog." "Yes, I did. but am willing to mod- secure a valuable English ono for tho ify the statement." same money. Dr. Acker's English pills "You'd just .letter." aro a positive cure for and "Very well. I'll take back the word all liver troubles. They are small, sweet, educated." Chicago Inter Ocean. easily taken, awl do not gripe. Sold by G. W. Short, Clovcqiort, Ky., and Witt .Sliorteat Time. Tom What is tho shortest timo in it Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. which a half mile has been run? A Hint to Sugar Makers. Jack I don't know exactly, but I am certahj It was made by myself when 1 There aro two good reasons for supchased Smith, who had uoue oil with posing that the maple sugar crop in Vermy new umbrella. Yankeo Dlade. mont will bo Bimply enormous this year. First, tho producers will get a bounty of A Nice, Unlet City. First Drummer The new clock in tho two cents on every pound thoy send to public building in Philadelphia will run market. when tho sap gives a whole year without stopping. out, a very good article can bo made out Second Drummer You don't mean of brown sugar and glucose. Tho farmrun; yon mean go. Nothing runs in ers of Vermont will take tho hint. N. Philadelphia. Jewelers' Circular. Y. Herald. e. 1 sick-headac- Can't Sleep Nights Is tho complaint of thousands suffering pleasant ami effectual remedy. " from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. Sold by J. W. Ovvon. Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English Do notjmnlsh your children with hitRemedy? It is tho best preparation ter nauseous mixtures, when you can get known for all Lung troubles. Sold on a "C. 0. C. Certain Chill Cure" on a guar-ante- positive guarantee ut 25c. and 50c. by G. Any child will take It. Fold by V. Short, Cloverjort, Ky., and Witt & J. W. Owen. Meador, Hardinshurg, Ky. e. "Nip your cough in tho hud," bv taking "C. 0. C. Certain Cough Cure," a ley Fairbanks, of Indianapolis. wr made. Fairbanks, you know, ii n genial, seven-colum- n wholo souled gentleman, with plenty of jury eloquence, but nt tho time of which I speak had no experience on tho stump. One day I met him and he seemed considerably worried. " 'Graham,' tald he, I have been invited to address a political meeting at .. and you know I iiovcr did anything of tho kind in my life. 1 haven't a bit of confidence in myself and 1 am afraid I cannot hold the crowd. You are up in this kind of thing and I want you to post mo n little.' "I never wanted to laugh so much in my life, but Fairbanks' woebegono SHIFG-LES- , face told mo plainer than woids that he was very much in earnest. So I gave him nil tho points I could bring to mind. I rcmcmler that I said that an auctioneer ! tho whole country. Remember tho always held his crowd by entertnining price is ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. it, and told hiin to imagine himself an niu'tneer. Well, ho went to his Sample copies, also an illustrated Premimeeting, and everything went wrong. um Catalogue, sent frco on application. He was placed so that a strong wind Mo. Address Tlio Republic, St. blow through tho room, tossing his hair over his face and giving him a terrible ; We Can And Do cold and sore throat. "Tho brass band drowned half he wild, Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for it has been fully demonstrated to the and the 6nmll boy got in his deadly people of this country that it is superior work. 1 met him n month or so later, told mo his experiences. 'Every to all other preparations for blood dis- and he timo I would feel myself giving way,' eases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic ho exclaimed, '1 would think of your inpoisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions mid Pimstructions to imagine myself an aucBattle Billiousness, besiego Malaria, ples. It purifies the whole system and tioneer, and I guess I entertained them, break up Chills with "C. C. C. Certain I mado myself more of an auctioneer constitution. for thoroughly builds up the Chill Cure," tho pleasant remedy. No For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., than I did a political shaker.' But Sold by J. W. Owen. Fairbanks is all over that now. There cure, no pay. and Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Is not u better or more elective speaker Around tlio Worlil in u 33 "oil Hunt. "Mention this paper. Having a newspaper of his own, in Indiana than he is." Indianapolis Two old sailors. Godfrey Syhes and News. Cluirles McLean, aro going to coast Franklin advertised everything that he t foot I'liotngriiiiliy Applied to Survrjliig. around the world In n twenty-tw- o amplibought or sold with the Surveyors nrq becoming more and boat They launched their small craft tude and profusion books, pamphlets, photography for the on tin) Colorado at Needles, Oal., Saturpaper, rags, lampblack, ink, wine. He more Indebted to way in which it facilitates and improves day. Their lourso is down tho Gulf of who discovered the mighty their work. For was the man reconnaissance tho cam- California, along the Mexican nnd South THAT CAN BE RELIED ON power of ndveitising, and tho first who era offers some pleasant features. The American caist, round Capo Good Hope BE UP is public is always anxious to know what StiDll-t- ! perceived what an important thing it to Cape St. Itoque. then ucro3S tho AtTO that' an advertisement should bo written an engineer is doing with a transit, lantic to Sierra Leone, thence east along but if he has a map of the country and the European coast to Great Britain. nnd printed In just the right way. THE MARK The return trip will be through the an aneroid In his pocket, so that, by BEARS THIS MARK. Youth's Companion. fences or otherwise, ne can tell jiretty Mediterranean, Sues canal, Indian ocean, nearly where ho is, he Is only an nma-teu- r and China sea, and by the Russian coast A Child Killed. artist, making views of scenery, to Alaska, and thence home. Their boat, Another child killed by the use of opi- and the farmer is not suspicious that he built by themselves, Is 22 feet over nil ates given in the form of Soothing syrup. wants to run a railroad through his corn and 7 feet a inches beam, of Mackinaw strong steel ribs. type, with twenty-on- e Why mothers give their children such crib. Such pictures as may thus be secured, understandingly used, may help She has water tight lockers and will deadly poison is surprising when they to decide where a line will probably be carry three sails. She will have a can relieve the child of its peculiar trou- best, so far as the general features of with six feet surface. Provisbles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. the country aro concerned. ions for four months will be carried, nnd It contains no opium or morphine. Sold Progress is the order of the day. It the men expect to make the voyage In byG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and is not long since the engineer who used two nnd a half years. NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. a camera to take occasional or McLean is n Scotchman, who served Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. records of tho progress of his seven years ns a whaler. IIo has dreamONLY LINEN-LINE- D work was looked upon as puttiug on airs. ed of this trip for years and saved In Now, however, the blue print and the money for tho purpose. Godfrey Sykes A good many honest Democrats COLLAR IN MARKET. Kentucky are wasting time and good ink camera come in very handily, so much is an Englishman of good education, writing serious replies to tho so that it is not tho engineer who uses who ran away to sea. He also had the sentiments of Caruth, F.llis and them, but rather the one who does not. "fad" of circumnavigating the globe, ! Blackburn. This is entirely futile. The who is the exception. Tho engineer js and ho prepared himself for it by a very 0 Is not likely to dispense jnst now with his thorough study of navigation. Singularthing to be dono with these statesmen transit, but he who avails himself of ly enough, these two men, with a crazo in their neighborto set up a wind-misuch help as photography can give him, for sea voyaging, met on an Arizona cat-tj- o hood and turn their bloviations to some especially in such work as making close ranch, and around the camp tiro at good account. Louisville Post. topographical surveys, will have a very night learned of their mutual dreams. Furniture in great advantage over him who dots not. They pooled their capital, built the varieboat, and will stay by each other to the' etulleBB New York Commercial Advertiser. A Wonder Worker. t. end. Cor. St. Louis Mr. Frank HuiTinan, n young man ot ty. I um now Cut a CliroiKiiiiiitem. Burlington, Ohio, states that ho had An acute observer of contemporary old Tho balloon proposed for polar ex- back at my Itcen under the care of two prominent life remarked the other day that the plorations is 03 feet in diameter aud stand and rephysicians, and used their treatment un- typical cat devoted each ono of his nine !K),C0() cubic feet in volume. The jourtil he was not able to get around. They lives solely to tho cultivation of his voice. ney is to bo begun from Spitzbergen, and spectfully solicit pronounced his case to bo Consumption The statement, although obviously exwith n favorable win! is expected to last the patronage of well to convey and incurable. Ho was persuaded to aggerated, serves verytho cat has. mnde four or five days. the impression which the public. try Dr. King's New Discovery fur Con- unon those who know him best. The sumption, Coughs and Colds, and at weasel having largely supplanted him as that time was not able to walk across a rat and mouse exterminator he has a? OP the street without resting. He found, come to Iw regarded as an animal of leisbefore ho had used half of a dollar bot- ure, much given ' to music, but bearing tle, tnat ho was much better; ho con- few or uono of the practical burdens of enjoying existence. But aitentlon has lately been tinued to use it and is y too fact that tho Chinese use Honest Goods. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. good health. If you have any Throat, directed to cuts to tell time. Capital Stock $25,000. Lung or Chest Trouble try it. We guarA Celestial who was asked what o'clock antee satisfaction. Trial bottle free at it was took up t cat nnd examined it, II. F. BEAllD, Preildent. G. W. Short's Drugstore. and replied that it was two hour past WILL MILLBK, noon. On being iiBkcd how ho told time M. U.DKARD, Cathlor. 'The Agricultural Department's March in that way ho explained that the pupils O. W. DEAHD estimates of corn and wheat in the hands of a cat's eyes wero largest in'the morn- Direotori, M0UHI6 KSKItlDOK of farmers throughout tho country show ing, and that they gradually grew a M. JOLLY. smaller ns tho light increased till they 542,000,000 bushels of corn, against reached their minimum ut noon; that Hf-l-?I3 II U.M DEPOSITS. OUTSELL ALL OTHERS. on March 1, last year, and then they began to widen again till at bushels of wheat, which is the night they onco more became large. In our subscription lino every proper name Is divided Into syllables, nnd the accent marlc lilncvd over tlio emphatic syllable, su lliut lllblo reiuleis cun tell at a glunro the proper pninuiieU lowest quantity of any year for ten years New York Tribune niltin of Hie word. past, qxcept the stocks of 1881 and 1885, lie Win tiumo. THE GREATEST AID EVER PUT INTO A SUBSCRIPTION BIBLE when tho crops were much smaller than Col. Robert Stribbling, of Marklmm. Tills superb edition Is prtntel front KKW ELKOTKOTYPn rr.ATr.8. made from large, mod-cr- ti that of 18!I0. Va.. says: In the battery that bore my clear npe, mid iriiiiounced by eminent nutliorltbs to be tlio most accurate and viituablo li I'UioftlielloIy lllbleevermadolntlilncountry. Wluut nililol luuiiy oilier lit? w uuii name in the late war wero several repreuluuultt leuturr to our Hue orillble. Containing 300 acres. 200 acres sentatives from a little sandy pine stuntElectric Bitters. EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY TO SUCCESS. ed section in Fauquier county culled cleared , 100 in fine timber, situatThis remedy is becoming so well known "Texas." I cant tell why the n ed on tho Ilardinsburg and Clover GIVE CANVASSERS THE LARGEST COMMIS- and ijo jwpular as to need no special was named Texas, except on tho . oirtMO even a. . ..,r - r. bm& All who lmvo used Electric ground that its population was made up port Turnpike, two miles West of mention. oiuivo rwrn nLLUvvcu OlBLfc rtUtN I b. Bitters sing the same song of praise. A of pretty rough citizens. Tho Texas Ilardinsburg and eight miles East SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO purer medicino does not exist and if is people were a groat raco of fighters, and of Cloverport. Forty acres sown EXPERIENCED AGENTS. guaranteed to do all that is cluhned, tffo code of morals that prevailed in oilier sections of the state did uot obtain in wheat, forty acres good corn look to your Interests, and write fur terms to (Mention llila paper. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of there to uny remarkable extent. Well and Kidneys, will remove at tho battle of 'Malvern Hill my bat- ground, and twenty acres for oats, CRANSTON & - - CINCINNATI, O. the Liver Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum and other tery was hotly engaged and my men ten acres for tobacco, tho remaindaffections caused by impuro blood. Will nnd horses were dropping fast. In order er in grass. Louisville, St. Louis &Texas R. R.-drive Malaria from tho system and pre- to keep tho men up to the sticking point Improvements, ono dwelling and vent as well as euro all Malarial fevers. I rode along tho line to let thorn seelhat two tenant houses, two barns, and ForXOSTorPAllINO J00D For euro of Headache, Constipation I was raking an Interest in the tight, perioral and NEKV0U8 &SXLITY Iweaknetsof Bodv and Mind. Effect. when I caine across ono of these Texans well supplied with water the. year and Indigestion try Electric Bitters. li.PrTHn.ngTn....l. mi V..-tbi- l, lying on the ground with both of his round, two orchards, ono hearing, . anbUflAMIOOnfallr ItMtored. !! toBlirv Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money legs carried ivway. Btrtikt.nifii,VMirsLuriiooiiutKgapiuTaur floor. Tu It I K EHoct UttUKIr la . Jir. rilllaf HOIK inilTIU.VT-Rexrefunded. Price 50 cts. nnd $1.00 per tMtlljr from SO SUIH ud ftnUja Ceutrln. ITriU tktia. tho other just sot out. lie called to mo with a feeble voice as Ifeeeriptlta Baok. aipUatllaa SaS prooni laalkd (MfcUS) rrai. AtS;D0o,c!ckA,HSuDday,Ko7.30,l!890 bottle at G. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., I reined up near hlin. and said: "Well, This is a splendid farm and well UHm ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N. Y. A. Witt's, Hnnlinshurg, Ky. Capt. Bob, I'm dono for. but I can be of and J. suited for raising stock. Will bo Eatt Bound Train i irf Hound Traim a little service to you yet. You just 61 62 63 bring ono of those horses here and let sold at a low price snd on reason64 Mull & Mail A The German government statistics Kxpr's Kxpr's STATIONS mo hold him, and let that other man go able terms. For further particulars Kxpr's Kxpr's show that of 2,172 cases of tuberculosis MaF to tho gun. I'll be sure to hold him .yiKV Dally Dally Dally Hail) address treated by the Koch methods, l.'S per- while I'm living, and when I'm dead J. T. ROBARDS, 0 Zip m 8 U tin .Iv.lln'n Di't..itr i uopin 9ffipin aro reported you just tie the brute to my carcass." sons nflected internally U4U 820 Ilardinsburg, Ky. a &0 860 7 a) 900 West l'olnt cured, 171 considerably improved, 104 Now wasn't that an exhibition of nerve v. V J4T.Tr "TaV fSBaaraT 1210 810., 725 003 Howard 12 07pm 8tt 7 020 improved, nnd 40 died, while of cases of and gnniencss? (.related this story onco Hock Haven 11 6.1 f.M 765 927 hong llrjncli 1143 in 745 7 35 external tuberculosis 15 are reported to old Dr. Payne, of Markham "What 8 01 937 Uriintlenbiirir BEW Wik' yV7a. ato. 1131 7 2u A JOUllXAL FOll ADVEllTlSEltS 8U7 9 40 Meade Springs 1130 cured, 148 considerably improved, 2U7 did you say his gainc was?" queried the 7 22 8 14 0 411 Kkron doctor. "William Prince." 1 replied, 1121 710 Isiued weekly, and li the representative improved, and 1) died. Ii Ouston 8! 10961 - Irvlnutnn 1110 707 831) "Why, dod rot your skin!" he exclaimed, journal the trade Journal of American adver03 1107 068 ma 1012 "don't you know that his father was my tisers. It Indicates to the 1068 U49 -8 47 10 20 A trial will convince the mpst skeptiInexperienced adrer I.mliliurir 1061 0 41" brother Rice? Every man with Payne 86U 1027 10 42 030 cal that "C. C. C. Certain Cough Curo" blood in him is as game as a pabblo, sah. titer how, when, and where hs should advci 103(1 UW St.,,, j)c 1030 0 24 Oil) 10 44 tlte ; how to wrlto.an advertisement; how Slephensport 1020 what Its name implies, a "Ceitain" ns game as a pebble." St. Louis is 615 10 49 'JIB Addison 10 21 0 09 display one; wbjUnewspaper to use; how much CHILL 1062 01U cure. Sold by J. W. Owen. ,,olt 1018 000 033 1100 CHEAPEST MEDICINE JiNOWN money to expend In faix, dlioonjses on every Cloverport 10 at S&l i;ieotrlclty Succeeding Ciii. 1114 940 CONSIDERING QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. Shops 965 5 43 point that admits of profitable dlsonislon. AdU6'J 1120 No Venomou Ileellet. Sklllman In tho snino way as the horso is being 9 44 IT VVIIIXj ALSO OXTIWD 631 1137 1001 Hawesvllje 932 Of more than 40,000 siiecies of beetles supplanted by tho electric motor for vertising Is an art practiced by many but un6 21 BILIOUSNESS, DYSPEPSIA, 1141 1008 I'etrlc 923 612 AND OHBONIO CONSnTATZOU. 1014 1161 widely diffused over the earth's surface street car traction so gas is being super- derstood by few, The conductors of Printers' I' a Icon 917 606 11 60.1111 1017 Cuvcc d not one is known to be venomous, or 913 601 seded by tho electric light as a street Ink understand It, and their advice Is based on " 12 03pm 1023 O. C. MARTIN, Lewfsport 900 465 1221 of a sting. Butterflies and moths luminant. 1041 There are still, however, an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e yean 1'owers 8 47 438 DRUQOIST 1065 1235 " l'ates have no mouths to eat with, only a pro8 32 places whero tho confidence in tho now In placing advertlsolng eontracU for many of 4 25 1245 llOtl Owensboro NCXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE. ' 8 22 417 How-erboscis to extract sweet juices from 1259 1118 order of things is not yet absolute A the largest and most successful advertisers. A Alattlngly808 4 0'. Ky Cloverport, 1120 107 Stanley Neither do they grow after assum- case of this kind has occurred in Canada. year's subscription costs but two dollars i sam769 3 60 1137 117 Worthinirton 7 47 3 40 TnnTTITTTTmTTTTTTi ing the wiugeil state. When in tho catAs tho electric light has been put in a ple coptes Free. Address : 1165 137 Siiottsvllle 728 3 31 140 FREE TO ALL.1 1205pm 2.00pm erpillar state they aro voracious eaters. largo portion ot tho city of Montreal 719 3 23 OB0. P. KOWKLL & CO., 1220-tlar.llendcrs'n K 7 05tm 310pm A company of some species will strip a tho question nroso, What Is to bo dono Newspaper Advertising Bureau, Our Now Illustrated Catalogue of Plants, whole tree within n single day. St. with the disused gas lamps which aro n0Bprnc8t.N York. Bulb. Vlns, Shiufcs. Louis Republic owned by tho city? Somo of tho nldor-me- n Trsss, SmiH Fruit. "miglliila fcrl un. i.r Iimk mail. it Srspa VImc, Seeds, wurk f..r u, by Anna thought it would bo n good thing aVSVaaaPL EyefffMM. etc., will Tolnlo, Okla. i..., aua ana, llunu. IVr, Aualln The Rev. Joseph Cuuane, of St. to sell them for old iron, but one of tho be nailed Fret to all Hum, Fitberof our Stallions l'il r'M ran raniilia work and a McQual.l, ef r st.uu.U9 atinllcanta: 80 caeca I HMiih, do Mary's Catholic church, Marlboro, Prince "fathers of tho city" suggested that tho a blnhly hied trotter 'or Itrown'sThought, lira IU'py l4lhume,MWrvvrr a aud 4000 varieties oi ' ara. K?n Iw mr George cpunty, Mil., in very ill. Fa- lamps bo put in store, "so tlmt tho city combined bred horse. Iiotb young and sound. Plnafl- - tn. to i1!"?""."""),"ml"1' Satisfaction flimriritral. ther Cnnnuo Is tho priest who, unaided, would not bo put at tho mercy of tho ami Mart Addre.i.1 O. Stuniexs, 6r Ian wwk lanart lima 36 Sreeftheueec; 90 acres. Address, or all lltM llni. Hltf tnonry rW work buried, hahy of, 'tho dead during the electric light company," and carried Ids Or J. 0. STKnlKNH, Ji. NAW A NCIMCH, Locmvhae, Ky, '; ll)'anlmowiii loaf tk.m. aiiwnuqfrrjl.-irilnsmallpox epidemic of 1832. point. New York Telegram. ar.rVaa. Holt, Ky, I.l.aHvll.V .,y.,I.m HMl'..rtluHd,MurV "Talking of campaign rptcches reminds mo," said Senator (indium, of Nnshville, "of tho t speech that Charfii-a- I'lnl Stump fiicr-h- . Truth Stranger Than Hction-Com-mo- n Senoo Against Theory. Prof. E. M. Coleman, fomu fly 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 see him in tho enjoyment of restored hiulth. Four years ago Prof. Coleman lost his health In Texas, and since that time he has been unable to attend to any business until recently. Wo learn from his own lips that ho spent several thousand dollars under the treatment of the most eminent physicians of Texas, St. Louis, Wuukesho, Barry, Louisville aud Nev York and got no relief. Three months ago ho yielded to the solicitations of friends and begun using "Royal G:nnatuer." Now he says he feels like a now main Tho Professor uppears perfectly happy In tho enjoyment of restored health nfter sufier- Froni tho Professor's experience we discover that it is one thing to theorize about the cause nnd cure of disease, bht the thing of vast importance to those who sutler is to get into possession of a remedy that will give reliel aud restore the health. Any ono who is nfllicted can get medical advice from Dr. L. C. Chisholm, Wil-Inr- d Hotel, Louisville, Ky.. in regard to the use of this risuiedyiw of charge. ,.. 1891 FRANKS. COOK, -- , I, , r ",'nA..J"-- y- : v-:- : LUMBER, LATHS, DQOES, fa-V ' ' Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET. 15th & 16th STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. near WATERPROOF 3Jcyt COLLAR or CUFF nxrcyfc to to Dlsoolorf TRADE y LLUL0I mark. THE THE WATERPROOF d HEEE WE AEE AGAIN ll m. Jf Globo-Democrn- s BANK HAHDINSBTJM FURNITURE, UNDERTAKER, to-da- v l 070,-000,0- U Valuable Farm for Sale! 1RALLEL 5?WE ONUUOG FAMILY BIBLES y sec-tio- iu .. AGENTS WANTED! 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