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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 brc1891032501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. in lie mhlt veil in any liu'iiu by untiring Industry ,care-f- ui economy and Judicious adier- tMiijt. 'I'lm tonii to opulence llo knci'-itccthrough ptiiilur's Ink. Su .. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1891. REMINISCENCES. IIV AN Ihib newapuper In the homes of peoyle buying the kind of good you may have to tell. Moral Invlt 111 cm to your ttotc. Tr.iilcuian, VOL. XV. OUR NO. 35. DID YOU KNOW THAT BRANDS, OF FLOUR ARE NONE SUCH, DAILY BREAD, SATISFACTION, BOYD'S ENTIRE. N'o. 15. None Such is made by taking from each bushel of wheat only about 6 lbs of the very finest flour it contains. This is ac complished by the latest improved process known to the milling and world when it reaches the barrel or bag it is as pure, rich and white as it is possible to makeJftour. If you want the finest Patent flour the market affords buy None Such. If your gro cer does not keep it send to us. Terms to-da- y, Combinations, syndicatcp, trusts, rings, lnonoiwlicB, capital nKaiiiBt labor, call it what you may, in old times wo uscil to express the samo idea by .saying, "a wheel within a wheel," a plan rigged to grind somebody, to take advantage of some one's necessities, schemes laid to plunder, if not openly, yet to get the advantage in trade. Has not this always existed? Are not the colossal combines of y but the outgrowth of this principle? May it not have emanated from ring, the workings of some court-hous- e ready to run county matters with an eye to business, as well as for the good of the county with good intentions and honest purposes, biased, it may be, by selfish motives unconsciously evolved from the frailty of human nature? "When self the wavering balance tbaker, The tcalei are rarely right adjutted." "What difference in principle, however much in degree, from a combine, to control any article of prime necessity and advance prices to the consumer above that which the natural laws of supply and demand would justify, from that of buying the county claim of an official for services to bo performed perhaps at a discount of twenty per cent., when ten per cent, would be ample margin? But what would a county seat bo without a And what would the sharper ring? with money do for a vocation if deprived of the privilege of watching the records of tho Court of Claimsof manipulating publicly and privately matters pertaining to tho welfare alike of the county and of itB officers? and being thus fortified, ready to scoop up anything oflering a good per cent, on investment. And yet this is not necessarily an unmitigated evil; it is frequently mixed with good. Tho writer would not condemn all such transactions; many find it quite an accommodation temporarily, at least, to have such opportunities presented. Thomas J. Lewis, Ilichard K. Sutton, Alton J. Adkisson, Henry D. Basham, William Moorman. Tho commissioners who had been appointed to report on repairs wero Green W. Beard, V. Fraizc, Thomas M. Miller, G. P. Jolly, K. K. S. V. It. Board, to which were added two others, John B. Bruner and J. T. Ifaswell. This committee was in structed to report to an adjourned court upon a plan and cost of a new building, after which at the' samo meeting the court ordered the commissioners to put under contract "as soon as possiblo tho building of a new court iiouso without further orders from the court, upon such plan and stvle as they may determine." This, action of tho court so aroused public sentiment that it was determined at once to provent, if possible, the saddling of such a debt upon tho people of tho county at so critical a period in their lives, with burdens already heavy to bear. Accordingly when at tho January term, 1800, the report of the commissioners was presented, stating that the contract had been let at $38,000, and Judge Kincheloo moved its adoption, Gen. E. II. Murray, for tho opposition, objected. After much wrangling and contention, a reduction of $8,000 was secured, with some modification of plan ; tho report in that shape was finally adopted, and tho samo commissioners wero appointed to superintend tho construction of tho building. Edgar Bennett then camo into' court and accepted tho proposition as then shaped, on be half of Bennett & Dix. continued to exMuch ist, and at a called term of court, held May 18111,1809, it was ordered that tho old court houso should remain standing or tho timo and the now building be placed on tho public square now appropriated for the jail ; but at another called term, held Juno 23, 1809, it was decided to tear down the old building and put the now ono on tho samo place. Tho citizens of Ilardinsburg agreed to pay $1,000 for tho old building aud furnish u room to hold court free of cost, and it was said that fearing an injunction, the old building was razed to the ground during the night. This called court also directed tho sheriff to pay $8,000 to the contractors on tho first day of January, 1870, tho same amount to tho same on tho first day of January, 1871, and tho balance when the work was completed. A tho commissioners mado to tho Court of Claims at a term held Nov. 22, 1870, recommended that tho building bo received and payment of balance bo made, .and states that "it is tho best building in tho Stato for the money," although it has been thought otherwise by manv. As regards the removal of tho county scat, so far as the writer knows, no desire exists on tho part of the peoplo hero to agitato tho matter, and no such move would bo countenanced by them. V dissatisfaction cash or good references. BOYD BEOS., IRVINGTON, KY. WHAT SCOTT'S CURES CONSUMPTION COLDS Wasting Diseases SCROFULA BRONCHITIS COUGHS But this involves other evils. The influence of the ring is brought to bear upon tho court, forestalling its action and inducing the allowance of largo claims, frequently unjust ones, so that tho ring may profit thereby. If $500 is a fair salary for a county office and $000 can be had through the influence of tho ring, so much the better for him who discounts the claim, and the records show that selling the claim for salary is frequently resorted to, and in some in- stances about tho, first thing the occu- paiiLUi nil uiiiuu uui'B iiuui ijuuiiiiw; ia to transfer his claim for a year's salary on the margin of the record of his assumption of office. Should an officer die before performing this service, it is easy, through the influence brought to bear, to have tho court allow for tho full year, ostensibly for tho benefit of the family, but really to go into tho pocket of some shark on account of advances. a v V Wonderful Flesh Producer. Scott's Emulsion is not a secret It contains the stimulating properties of .the Hypophos-phite- s and pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, the potency of both being largely increased. It is used by Physicians all over the world. romody. Many have gainod ono pound por day by its use. PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all Druggists. COTT & BOWNE, Chemists, N.Y. Ztver CompXatnt, '1A"UU1 cures ... Affection, and i VostlveneMt. At druggists. Trice 25 ct3. Relievos quickly Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago, SALVATION OIL ctnts. all (Price only 2B Sola by druggists.) Tho result of a proceeding regarded by many as inopportune and unnecessary, was a determination that as many of those holding county offices as possiblo should bo displaced and now men put in tho now building. Accordingly at tho next election N. McO. Mercer, then a citizen of Cloverport, who had taken an active part in opposition to tho now building, was put up as a candidate for County Judge although not aspiring to such position aud triumphantly elected, and succeeded himself for another term. It seems to bo true, howover, that even men taken from among the people, outside the rings, aro naturally absorbed by tho ring in tho CQiirso of time and tho Judge was no exception to the rule -t- ho effect of abrasion and is now supposed to be "ono of them." Did anybody over know a proposition The trend of our present County Judge introduced in tho Court of Claims to in- seems to be in that direction, as indicrease tho salary of an official, or to ex- cate! by a certain deciding vote given pend money at tho county seat, to bo after he had received tho nomination, opposed by the ring? An experience of but previous to tho election. some years as a member of that court failed to disclose any such action. penning theso lines tho writor pas-sag- If a measure calling for an appropriation of money to bo expended at tho county seat is deemed at all practicable, the ring goes' to work, gets a few pliable magistrates, pledged to it privately, then has ono of such t& introduce tho matter, and at tho proper timo somo ono or more of the ring appears, disinterested, of course, apparently just apprized of such a matter, falls right into line, "advises" tho court to adopt it, and if necessary resorts to tho practico of "wining and dining," or somo other strategy o equally reprehensible, to secure the of a measuro by tho Court of Claims that the people would not ap prove of, placing additional burdens on them, but enhancing the chances for gain to tho ring. V V Our Very Best People Confirm our statement when wo say that Dr. Acker's English Remedy is in every Preston is on a boom. way superior to any and all other preMr. J. AV. West 1ms under construcand Lungs. In at this place. parations for tho Throat tion a new store-hous- e Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic James Davis will move into the houso and relieves at once. Wo offer you a formerly occupied by Mr. West. sample bottlo free. Remember, this Miss Blanche Frymire, who for sever- Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee al months has been attending school at For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ilardinsburg, has returned flome. Ky., and Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Mr. T. J. Bruner contemplates build- Ky. ing a new store-hous- e here. Valuable Iuformation. Mr. J. It. Brashear was in Preston last "O, dear," sighed Mrs. Cumso, "I've week. quantity of dreadful Mr. Jttbo Brashear was visiting rela- got paresis and any diseases." tives in Irvington last week, "I didn't know you had anything of From the present outlook it seems tho kind," replied Cumso. that farmers will be behind with their "I didn't either until I read this patspring work. ent medicine advertisement." West Farmers of this vicinity have wisely Shore. given that ring product, tobacco, a back seat. The fact that prices paid for that! That Terrible Cough product have reached a In the morning, hurried or difficult figure, has induced our farmers to breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in turn their attention to, and engago in, the chest, quickned pulse, chillness in the production of corn, hay, oats and the evening or sweats at night, all or any fruits of various kinds. To reach an inof these things are the first stages of contelligent conclusion they must rememsumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough ber that as much depends upon wise Remedy will cure these fearful symptoms thinking as upon tho amount of labor and is sold under a positive guarantee necessarily performed. by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and There seemed to be somo uncertainty Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. about tho proper means of curing caKentucky will reach the ono huntarrh, but it has been found that Old dredth year of its cxistenco as a State on Saul's Catarrh Cure does the work at tho first day of Juno of next year. The onco and permanently. Centennial of Statehood should be celeWhen you sec a bright baby pleased brated by Kentuckians in a manner in with itself and ovurybody else, bo sure keeping with tho importance of the that Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup has been event. The Commonweal. used. Only 25 cents a bottle. Do Not Suffer Any Longer. The heirs of Ben Compton, a highly Knowing that a cough can bo cheeked respected citizen of this county who consumpdied a year ago, bid fair to liavo trouble in a day, and the first stages of tion broken in a week, we hereby guaranover liis property. A man bearing his Remedy, namo nnd a citizen of Breckenridge teo Dr. Acker's English Cough and wlU'refund the money to all who county, claims to bo his son, and Mates in liis petition that ho abandoned liis buy, tako it as per directions, and do correct. For mother thirty-fou- r years ago and mar- not find our statement Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., ried again without the formality of a diKy. vorce. His Hancock county widow and and Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, her children will fight his claims for the Tin: Constitutional Convention, after property, good name, etc. Ilawesville reconsidering tho Commonwealth AtPlaindealer. torney matter, decided to let tho law reA little Girl's Experience In a main as it has always been and give the peoplo a Commonwealth's Attorney in Lighthouse. Mr. and Mrs. Lorcn Trescott are keep- each judicial district. Instead of paying ers of the Gov. Lighthouso at Sand them a salary of $2,500, as they now get, Beach, Mich., and aro blessed with a the new law will only allow them $500, daugliterfourycarsold. Last April sho was to bo paid by the State, and such a per taken down with Measles, followed with cent, of the fines as tho Legislature may a dreadful Cough and turning intoa Fev- direct. er. Doctors at homo and Detroit treated A trial will convinco tho most skeptiher, but in vain, she grew worse rapidly, cal that "C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure" until sho was a mere "handful of bones." a "Certain" Then sho tried Dr. King's Now Dis- is what its namo implies, cure. Sold by J. W. Owen. covery and after tho uso of two and a half bottles, was completely cured. Pkof. Wiggins, the Canadian weather They say Dr. King's Now Discovery is worth its weight in gold, yet you may nronbot. says there will bo no more get atrial bottle free atG. W. Short's great earthquakes in North America until August, 1001. But, Professor, what Drugstore about a cyclone that tore up the deuce Two Papers a Week for a Dollar around hero about a year ago ? Aro wo Year. like likely to have another shake-uTho "Twice a week" Edition of Tho that soon ? St. Louis Kepublic is at onco the best and tho cheapest nows journal in the Tin: trial of Charles E. Kincaid for world. It is a big seven-colum- n paper, killing Congressman Taulbeo is in progcontaining six to eight pages each issue, ress at Washington, D. C. or 12 to 10 every weok, and is mailed every Tuesday and Friday. Its readers get tho nows of tho day almost as promptly and fully as tho readers of a Daily D. W. SLOAN, and half a week ahead of any Weekly Is now prepared to furnish on short in every Stato in tho Union. Yet tho notice Coal and Feed, to any part of tho prico is ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YKAB. city. His placo of business is at Hall's Special Missouri, Illinois and Texas Edicorner. Call on him. tions aro printed, and a General Edition FARMERS FREE COLUMN. for otlior States contains nothing but details of important ovonts of interest ev .ilc, :i good mare, for cash or c.isli notes. Taylor llcard, Ilurdln.hurg, Ky. erywhere Tho Republic is tho leading ITVir eight fine young horeca, well lircd Democratic paper of tho country, aggres- ITlorsale, to harness, five of them Cuvlcr's. sive, but at tho samo time liberal, and ltd. Dennett, llewleyvllle, Ky. tho only thoroughly national journal in tho wholo country. Remember tho prico is ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. '.I 'have the (Ingle Couib White Lelghnrn Samplo copies, also an illustrated Premi- Chicken and can furnlrfi Eggs at $1.00 for um Catalogue, sent freo on application. setting at the lien, or $1.50 per setting by express. My chickens aro pure stock and the Address Tho Republic, St. Louis, Mo. Satisfaction layers In tho country. PRESTON., Witt That Witt That Witt That Witt That Witt That Witt Mcmlor & Meador & Meador & Meador &, Meador & & Meador d , IN TOWN. have the cheapest lino of Shoes in town. have marked their goods down in reach of all. have the best line of dress goods in town. have the best trade in Ilardinsburg. liavo the best assortment of Gent's Neckwear nnd Suspenders ever exhibited in Ilardinsburg. That Witt & Meador aro tho leading Druggists in Ilardinsburg. That Witt & Meador have tho best Garden Seed on the market.. That Witt & Meador aro doing the business of this placo. That Witt & Meador have tho best line of Cigars and Tobacco in town That Witt & Meador invito special attention of the "Ladies and Young Men. Ladies, call and see our lino of Lawns and Ginghams before buying. Hoys, give us a call and see our display of Neckwear, and you will agree with us thai we liavo the best lino in town. js h: O E ARE SELLING THE BEST LOT OF 3 I WITT & MEADOR, IIAItDINSBURG, KY. ;- IS 52 The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices t can be found at We carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit the times. Below we quote priced of Harness made from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, 8G.50, $7.50, $9.00 and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and $1.00. Saddles, $1.75 $2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 1.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $ 10.00. We cany a line of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Tics, The Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to tho trade. We have a large line of Collars, Haines ami Chains. Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbagc will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order. . It will pay you to examine our stock. Bo HAMKMUMW p Notice. assist me in winding up my business as All persons Indebted to me for taxes up td and including the year 1890, aro requestto settlo with him, just tho samo as they ed would with mysolf. As I am anxious to bring my business as sheriff to a close, and must collect up the unpaid taxes in order to meet my indebtedness. By settling with him promptly you will greatly oblige one that Is under many obligations to the people of Breckenridge county, for past favors bestowed upon him. Yours respectfully, 1). II. SEVERS, Ex-- I havo secured the services of Mr. Oh is. Miller, D. 3., under Mr. J. S. DeJernette, B. to Hambleton House IIAItDINSBURG, KY. - Proprietor, BOING.TURPIN, This house is now open for business. It has been thoroughly overhauled, repaired and refurnished throughout and is now in s condition. We solicit the traveling public to give us a call. Rates reasonable. B. G. TURPIN, Prop'r. first-clas- COAL i FEED! LouisvlMeardinsburg&Western R, R. taaMj1 TW1 " " W "Eggs for Sale. No. 5 TIME TABLE. Taking Effect at 6.00 o'clock n. m. Sunday September 28, IS90. West Hound Trains Kat Hound Trains Dally Dally Dally Dully ex Sun. ex Sun, STATION'S, ex Sun. ex Sun 1 No. 2 Xo. " No.S No. fiaiim 11 15.U11 I. v IrvliiL'lim Ar U4".iin 64Ai I f OrrfffirRlCAN UUI 'A V ""AGENCYior 716 1142 7 37 7 45 Tho First Symptoms of Death. guaranteed. Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, Burns, Scalds, Sores, Backache, &o. WM icvcn rj?2is v. uij 11K17 iiiiir lur.m irvmrai. iltijr audPMt f 10 hHflU .1 lb. alart,apta. In a.ou pa at ii',.ll on, of at tiulua. ri Atiirrka. you i.u cunmit-licall juur ilina.ir (aratiiomtntaonlvto in; lliaMKlV All if new. t.rtal.aNl'IIKrt.r urkr. atari you, furnlablnr vff a.'iTllilnr. i:ABII.V, HIEKlliLYIcinieJ. I'AltriCLLAlm HIKE. Adilraaa at ence, bllMiOJi 10., iOUIUJD, Bilik. fCOCVr l5-.r- l C.uod" 1, i r J. ii li y iv I ii nk na.la T t Inifork tu. Jnfcn n. I.iatl.r, lt a much, tut w. ran Tvi anart Ia e '"""""aiaw ginTm To euro Biliousness, Sick Hcadacho, Constipation, Malaria, Lhor Complaints, take the sail and certain romedy, Sftll'TH'S LE BEAN Vne the 8WAI.T. Nlio buttle). aWitVla toi" all Vrjoai. Vrlcoof clllior nlzc. Sflc. iit Uottlo. C4HUviBVIulUaJlca 'at! .f, SMITH &C3.unr"iii.Kniut.s.'ST.tCJU I (iO little Beans to tho TllEV AUK THE M08T CONVENIENT. MO. But passing over these matters, reference may well bo made to an exciting subject which developed in 1808 that of building a court liouso. This matter, which had been discussed for soino timo, took shape when tho Court of Claims appointed a committee to examino and report updh a plan to repair tho old building. It may bo remarked that somo suggestions had been mado as to the propriety of removing tho county seat to Covorport, and although not seriously entertained or deemed practicable by tho more thoughtful, was sufficient to exclto the apprehensions of tho people of Hardlnsburg and other portions of the county opposed to it, causing, how-ove- r, no opposition upon tho part of tho magistrates from Cloverport to tho proposition to repair the court house. But whon these commissioners reported at tho Court of Claims hold Nov. 10th, 1608, in favor of and recommending a new building and tho court accepted the report, much surpriso and indignation was manifested, and it was thought by many that this action had been secretly contemplated by tho ring in the beginning. At this Court of Claims there wero present tho following magistrates, his honor, Judge Board, presiding: Williamson Cox, TIios. M, Miller, John W. Itaitt, Allen Burton, Thos. L. "Wheatley, Geo. P. Duncan, Thomas W. Dyer, Georgo StackliQuso, James Drury, Jonathan B. Beaucliamp, (jriiun S. Dowel), Clur'"' W. Robins, Kdward DoIIaven, V In "hath nothing extenuated, nor set down aught in malice," his purpose being to "vindicate tho truth of history." As to tho parties concerned on either sido in tho wholo transaction, it goes without saying that they aro composed of our best and most roputablo citizens, of strict integrity, and any apparent deviation from sound principles must bo attributed to a more or less vitiated public sentiment, which sometimes influences our best men, and which condones, Something for Democrats to Fonder Over. rather than condemns, error. Tho letter of Capt. Jack Gross to the The surest means to rid yourself of that distressing cough is to usoDr. Bull's Cough Syrup. 25 cts. "Mrs. Jones sits at tho window all day as placid as a May morning, and her five small children play bido and seek on tho back Btairs." "No wonder! Sho uses Salvation Oil for sprains and cuts." Blaine has boon beforo his party so often for tho Republican nomination for President and met with so many defeats, that it is set down as pretty certain that ho will not offer his namo for tho place in 1892. Blaine is tho brainiest man in his party, and will not suffer himself to bo led around by tho party managers and tho in conventions if ho novor becomes President. "While ho has had his heart set on tho Presidency for many years, liis and a stubborn will have kept him out of it. And Mr. Blaino may bo smart enough to know that tliq next President is to bo a Democrat anyhow. SECKET.vnv wire-pullers V 2 20 744 105 Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in 7 29 14t5 120 various parts of tho body, sinking at the 7 2l- 129 129 Court. Breckenridge Circuit 12 48 1041 712 13i pit of tho stomach, loss of appetite, 1224 1101 14S 057 6 45aniJ12O0iu 1120pm 2 00pm foverishness, pimples or sores, aro all Geo. W. Armes Adin'r) Notice in Equity. vs. positivo evidenco of poisoned blood. J Mary J. Armes. THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AIR LINE, No matter how it becamo poisoned it AI persons having claims ag.ilnst tho esmust bo purified to avoid death. Dr. tate of George W. Armes, deceased, aro hereby (L. E. A ST. L. R. R.) Acker's English Blood Elixir has never notified to produee said claims before me properly proven, on or before tho 1st day of April SHORTEST, QUICKEST failed to rcmovo scrofulous or syphilitic 1891. AND BEST LINE TO Given under my band this March 1st 1891. poison. Sold under a positivo guaranteo V. Q. BAHDAQE, M. 0. B. 0. 0. by G.. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and AND ALL POINTS Witt & Meador, Hardinsbunr, Ky. Breckenridge Circuit Court. I Addpcss DAVIS C. JOHNSON, liewloyvllle, Ky. 82S 8S2 910 9 47 1015 1029 7fS 12(i"!m 1213 12 23 12 3ti 12 47 UoSun Garfield Warned Wardlnslmrjr Junction 912 852 U0 2t! 4 4 8 41 8 37 1(1 00 Junction Kirk Jolly Glemlcane Itockvulo Ituth Asklns Oaks ArKordsvlllel.v 823 815 8 03 34S 3 23 3 00 A pamphlet of Information andab- sVKK:."' iZ.7,ALu """to icufcB, unTetii.. i m t ..aa, ijpjnanis, itiii '1'raae jru. lASimu tflUiMFI O. liUi sliUl llroiidtrajr. Land I have four or St. Louis, Evansville Ave thousend acres of land belonging to the Cincinnati Cooperage Co., and other parties, lying In Breckenridgo and Hancock counties. Can sell a farm from 40 to 400 acres, at prices from $200 to $4000. Musi havo good payment down. Li Loral deduction for all cash, but will give liberal timo on safe trades. Have several farms for rent, for Sale. Gcu.O. Hawkins' Adin'r va. ATnr No tlce In Equity. West and Time-Car- South-Wes- t. Address J283m B V. 0. BURTON, Rock Vale, Ky. A. TiAwklnfl. News commenting on tho movement among tho Wheelers to nominate a candidate for tho Legislature, is ono to bo read and pondered by oyer Democrats in tho Alliance and Democrats out of it. Covington Commonwealth. BiiKCKEMtiDOE All persons naving claims against me estate ol George 0. Hawkins, deceased, are hereby notified to produce said claims before me properly proven, on or before the 1st day of April, 1891. Olven under my band this 1st day of March V. U. BABDAQE, M. O. 11. 0. 0. 1891. Notice. fife-eigh- in Effect Dec, IS, 1888, d Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. Lv. ...7s25 " Arr St. Louis 7t45 9:50 p.m. Evansville 2:25 " For further Information, call on or address, JOS.S 0DI0RNE, Gen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. Pasig'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. S ff B1 Saff',n,'"Mn'rll,"''tKWlln..fwi)rli, Y.u can daiola Ilia work. Ihlalaan onlcrftil j. 84 to SO auccaaa to arnr woik.r. Ilrgliiiif r. ar. aniliiK prrvrotk aoj ipvanla and mora .n.;f lliil. aajortmca. IV. ran nirnlih ion lb. ,m' natlen 1UKX. 1'ttUJJafcajO., illilMl, aUIk. JfflUll L. rrarvu.hiniiin.ia,c.rall;oiirlliato l.rin Mini new l.l.n.l lp':rt'i. WANTED I V Sealed bid. for building tho Iron Fenco around the Court House Square, will bo reThe First Stop. ceived at the County Judge's office, up to 2 on Wednesday, March 18th. Perhaps you aro run down, can't cat, o'clock p. in., fenco will bo flvo hundred and The length of Inches feet. Paling to be forty-fou- r can't sleep, can't think, can't do any- sixty-fiv- e and thing to your satisfaction, and you won- high gates, not less than posts and square. corner lice posts, gates, Four der what ails you. You should heed tho posts to be of Iron and well set in tho ground. to furnish a sample of warning, you aro taking tho first stop in- Bidders aro requested the ground. Contract for cash You need a their fence on complete. to Nervous Prostration. when work Is Nerve Tonic and in Electric Bitters you Thomas Adk'sson.') Com. Ben T. Miller, will find tho exact remedy for restoring Hillary McGary. J A MAN Will GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for We want to employ a live energetic man to act aa our agent and squad managor, In this and two or three other counties. Pay $75.00 per Month Reapers- and Mowers, - uiidrrtakf In briefly IHrfnl m r'Lirithrr ami urlla. and who. Ul wwk ludL.triouilr if. TLaaaand llallara I a in llivlf imw locallllaa.w In f r lli7 llva.l nf II alto furnlfh lil b ) uu ran I aril Ilia! amount. III ftlluallnu t.rritlnuieultal . ouar fur Mt uulraa auirraalul aa abv. ta.ll aud qukkl . 1 I daira bm oit. workrr rroiu aib dlrirbl ann-dliara alraa.l lauylil and frvvldad with aiu)M nirut a lar.a rrr rarb. Il'a fa numbrr, b.i art makiua; over iSWIO lulliiarllcularaFKIU:. Addrrra at out., and HOI. your nervous system to its normal, Surprising rcsuljs healthy condition. and Alterative Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich gan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, to a suitable party. Applicant wilt be required to give a bond for $300, and furnish a good horse nnd bugcy. No one need apply who cannot comply with this requirement. Addresr with references, stating nee and former employment, . follow tho uso of this great Nervo Tonic lit. i:, '. Al.l.li.V. Itux 4ieO, Aiiuii.Ih, Muliie. . li feelf ynur tlmeevplre'rP'U ntattih. Notice the label en your paper attd Your appetito returns, good digestion is restored, and tho Liver and Kidneys resumo healthy action. Try a bottle Prico COe. at G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and J, A. Witt, Ilardinsburg, Ky. SHOTS -- mow BUY YOUR Pine & Poplar Shingles nl- The Southwestern Pub. Rouse, 153 & 55 Spruce Street, . . - NASHVILLE, TENN. Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring Orders acwavs kept on hand. companied by cash promptly filled. J. D. B4FBAGE. Attorney at Law, counFTFHousE liavo your Job work tlono at this office rlardinshurg, Ky. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1691. J NO. D. V1KOII. O. nAlUlAGK, Editors and HABDINSBURG V. U.HAlIUAUi: OOIXO ..... WEST. DEPARTMEHT. BRANDENBURG. ANNOUNCEMENTS. AVe BEWLEYVILLE. Call on tho Cash Store this week. Tho concertina quito a success Thurs" day c veiling. ' Mr. C. M. Sanders, of Klizabelhtown, was in our midst last week. Mr. Chas. Miller was in town Thursday and took in tho entertainment. Have you seen tlioso lovoly black mull embroidered suits ut tho Cash Store V Miss Clara Morris, of Irvington, is tho guest of Miss Annie Johnson this week. If you need any kind of furniture call at the Cash Store and leave your orders. Miss Lou Galloway was in town Tuesday and endeavored to secure n writing class. Dr. S. Winnstcad, of Vine Grove, was in town Friday the guest of Miss Emma Hodges. The Cash Store bos now in stock some of tho latest styles in ginghams, prints, mulls, etc. Miss Cratter Pate, who has been with Mrs. W. J. Piggott for some time, returned to Hardinsburg Monday. Misses Jennie and Beltio Ditto, of Brandenburg, were tho guests of tho Misses Cox, Thursday. Tho Cash Store has just received anew supply of Hamburg and mull embroideries also a handsome lot of laces. Mr. Hunter Hardaway left Wednesday for Kirksey, Ky., where ho has an assignment as storekeeper and guager. Dr. P. W. Foote, who has been suffering from a protracted attack of la grippe, is sufficiently recovered to resume his practice. Mrs. Jno. Frakes, of Brandenburg, camo out Wednesday and attended the entertainment. She is tho guest of her brother, Mr. C. H. Drury. Mr. E. E. Hardaway, who 5b at homo from Paduenh to recover from nn attack of malaria, will return to his position in a few days having fully recovered. Miss Emma Hodges, accompanied by her cousin, Mr. Ruter, of Louisville, camo down homo Thursday and remained over until Monday, the guests of Mrs. Hodges. The entertainment given last Thursday evening was quite a success notwithstanding the rain and mud. Tho audience was so highly pleased that tho managers have at tho urgent request of many, consented to repeat the program with additions Tuesday evening. Those who fail to nttend will miss a rare treat. TOBINSPORT, IND. C. Ryan has gone to Missouri. Gare on the road where the old mill stood. A music teacher is wanted at this place. Miss Ilattio Winchcll will open a spring term of school soon. Waldo Simons took n trip to Louisvillo last week. Farmers arc trying t6 sow oats, but too much rain. Murray Wontherholt's health is improving. Mr. W. Lamb nnd wife have moved here from Kentucky. Master John Simons Is attending school in Cloverport. Mr. Jack McFall is very ill at tho residence of his son on Mill Stone. When the summer sun shines wo will not have time to travel that road by tho old mill, but wo would like to have it so wo could travel now before wo go to farming. Mrs. Florence Cockrell, who has been visiting her parents in Calinolton, has returned home. Mrs. John Harris and little daughter, Mary, and Miss Mamie Harris visited relatives in Cunnclton several days last week. John Cockrell was in Louisvillo last week and purchased his spring stock of goods. He also went to Franklin, Ind., to see his son, Everett, who is in college THE OLD RELIABLE Editor p.m. a.m. p.m. J. A. A. L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. ire authorlted to announce RICHARDSON GENERAL MERCHANT Proprietor. T. P. UUNDIFr, Advertiso your business. ai a candidate for the Leglilature In Meade county. Subject to the action of the Demo"' Prof. C. D. Easton was in the city Mon- cratic Primary, June 13, 1891. u West day. Bom to the wife of John Bowling, n Mr. B. F. Heard .went to Louisvillo Ky., lias twenty-fou- r MiDDManoRouaii, son. of which pays $1,000 n Monday. saloons, each Mias Agues Malin is at home for a few Mr. Rosco Severs has been quite sick year for the- privilege of doing business. weeks. for several days. Born to the wife of Geo. Reimau, a The Montgomery county Democrats Dr. II. O. Pulliam, Leitchfleld, was in daughter. have already nominated candidates for the city Monday. Sheriff and Circuit Court Clerk for the Mr. II. C. Woodson was in Louisvillo Mr. Amos Board is clerking for Burl August election, 1802. last week. Beard at his now hotol. Mr. J. N. Lewis was in Hardinsburg Felix Monroe is building a small adTim Farmers' Alliance Wing routed last week. the stronghold of the- Republican party dition to Ids store house. Mr. J. A. Barry, of Concordia, was in Business was unusually light last Monin Kansas, President Harrison has fortown Saturday. orday in the Quarterly Court. ever set down on nny member of the Hon. Chapczo Wnthcn is attending ganization getting any public favors at Judge Adkisson went to Webster yescourt at Leitchfield. his hands. terday to bo absent several days. Mr. I). N. Lewis was in Breckenridge 11. F. Beard & Co., havo put up a new Cor.. John H. McIIenry will bo postcounty last Thursday. shed in front of their business house. master at Owcnsboro, and, its the MesMiss Addie Jenkins is visiting iicr sisTho election for City Council comes off senger says, it will be n sight worth seeter, Mrs. J. T. Bland. new ing to see the Colonel shooting letters the first Monday in May under the Mr. E. II. Shelman and family have into those postofl'ice boxes at the rate of charter. to Louisville. B. Miller js whooping up removed Mr. Charles si.tty a second. 'Squire Willis Bates, of Flaherty, was the boys on back taxes. He is out for in town last Wednesday. Gex. Jos. K. Johnston died at Wash- tho stuff. Mrs. Henry Harrington visited relaThat committee to resist the collection ington last Saturday from tho effects of a cold contracted at Gen. Sherman's of the railroad tax seems a little slow in tives near Garrett last wock. showing up. funeral a few weeks ago. Gen. JohnMr. Van Culcn, representing John P. ston was in his 83d year, and is the last Mr. Junius Marshal, who has been con- Morton & Co., was here last week. of the great Generals of tho civil war. fined to his bed for some time, is nble to Mrs. J. F. Woolfolk and Mrs. Isaac be out again. Owings were in Louisvillo last week. The Congress just closed is put down Crit. Hambleton has opened up a Mrs. Blant Shacklctt and Mrs. Isaac as the most reckless and extravagant handsomely equipped barber shop on Owings aro visiting in Wolf Creek body on record. The grand total for ex- Main street. Messrs. C. A. Coleman and C. G. penditures was 988,410,120. This was Mrs. John P. Hasvvell went to Fords-vill- e Moremen were in Louisville lost week. done by tho Republicans who have last Monday to see her sister, Mrs. Messrs. Ben Ilardaway and J. II. Cox, promised so many reforms and so much Butler, who is quito sick. of Bewleyville, were in town last week. economy in public affairs. Henry The County Court granted Mrs. John Frakes is visiting her W. Longmoor, Clerk of the Hayncs a license last week to keep a brother, Mr. Chas. Drury, of BewleyWooiifokd ville. Court of Appeals, died very suddenly cofi'ee house in Cloverport. Dr. Davidson, of New York, was here last Friday afternoon in the cloak-rooMiss Minnie Casperko is in Louisville Monday trying to organize a lodge of taking items in spring styles in milof the Convention Hall at Frankfort. Mr. Ixmgmoor, in a conversation with Ancient Onler of United Workmen. linery. some friends in the Hall, remarked that A number of persons in this place are Mr. G. A. Fryiniro went to Louisville he was in excellent health, and in less very strong for Gcorgo Madden for Cleik last Thursday, where he will reside in than twenty minutes afterwards he was of the Court of Appeals, since the death tho future. a corpse. of Longmoor. Dr. Wells, of Mnysville, a recent gradMr. James Pate is making his arrangeuate of the Louisvillo Medical College, deThe Constitutional Convention has ments to move to Jolly's Station this has located here and will engage in tho cided that grand juries shall consist of week. Mr. Frank Adkisson will occupy practice of medicine. twelve members, nine of whom concourts inferior to tho house ho vacates. The action of the Farmers' Alliance curring can indict. In Mrs. Gibbs arrived from Leitchfied at Paynesvillo last Saturday week, if adthose having circuit jurisdiction, a jury may consist of six members. The Con- last week and has taken rooms at the hered to in the mass convention to bo hits not yet opened held hero in April, will place a third vention also decided that husbands and Turpin Hotel. She wives should have equal interest in each out her stock of millinery. lolitical party in tho field in Meade There is some dissatisfaction with the county. At that meeting there were a other's estates. jail committee over the rock that lias number of Democrats true to their party, who strenuously fought tho proposition PiiEsiDEXT Harrison as a record maker been gotten out for the jail foundation. for a clean sweep in tho public offices, They aro inclined to reject it on ac- to nominate an independent candidate, but they were overcome in numbers by the first two years of his administration, count of quality. Tho judgments obtained by John the Republicans and misguided Demoruns way ahead of G rover Cleveland. Double the number of postmasters have Wimp and others against the railroad, crats, led on by hungry gone out and other ollioers proportionate- and listed by tho SujKirvisors of the tax and demagogues who havo their own inly. Harrison's instructions were to let list, as taxable, have, upon the authority terests at heart more than thoy havo the no Democrat stand upon the order of his of tho State Auditor, been stricken from interests of tho farmer. The farmers' organizations throughout Meade county going, but to go at once, and ho lias fol- the list. of true Democrats lowed them out. 1 am accused of selling strictly for compriso a number who entered those organizations believalike. I acknowlcash to ono and all mid who Tnr.ni: has been a good deal of speechedge the corn. And I assure you I am ing them to be ifying going on at Frankfort during the just as strict in keeping none but the will not' sanction the proposed plan of tho-tkliu oppopast week before the Convention's Combest cash can buy. Whisky in ago placing a candidato in on Capital Removal. Louisville, from 1880 to 1800, all warranted pure ns sition to their party, but will support mittee the regular Democratic nominee. U'xington and Frankfort have all been made. Yours truly, T. C. Lewis. heard on the proposition, and the comTho Democratic committee havo regumittee's report is awaited with interest. Messrs. Henslcy & Jolly were awarded larly called a primary for tho purpose of Most likely the question, after all the the contract for building un iron fence nominating a candidato for the Legismighty discussion that has been made, around tho Court-hous- e There lature, and when that candidato is nomyard. will finally bo submitted to the people. were a number of competitors, and tho inated it will be tho duty of every Dembidding was lively, but Messrs. Hcnsley ocrat to support him, and every man The Italians in this country are mak- & Jolly got in tho bottom figures at $12 who is a truo Democrat will give him ing a mighty fuss over that New Orleans per foot. Tho fence will be ono hundred his sincere support. But if, as they trouble, but it is supjwscd that they, and eighty feet long, and will bo a beauty havo determined, the Allianco should like other peop'c, will have to take when completed. Tho work will be done nominate a candidate for tho Legislature, it will become a distinct political things here as they find them. Those by Rogers & Co., Springfield, Ohio. in authority at New Orleans were probThe Lennin Hotel This houso has party and an enemy f Democracy, for it ably powerless to prevent the actions of just been leased by Mr. Burl Beard, and will antagonize the interests of tho Demthat lawless lody of men, and it was lias undergone a thorough courso of re ocratic party and oppose its regularly ap such an incident that would be likely pairs from cellar to garret. All tho rooms pointed candidato; and any man who circutn-htiinci'to occur anywhere under like havo been newly furnished and fitted up indorses such a proposition and supports A demand for reparation from and put in first-clacondition. Mr. the opposing candidate, can no longer tho Government will not amount to any- Burl Beard formerly occupied the be called a Democrat. thing. There were a number of men in the Huckeby house in this place, but desiroutrivaled all of ing to go into the hotel business on a meeting Saturday who voted for this Last year the News little more extensive scale, and to get n proposition, who have heretofore claimits previous history in tho extent of its advertising. houso better adapted to the business, and ed to be Democrats, and have acted with circulation and business of to be more convenient to tho traveling that party, and wo hopo that thoy will The present year wo propose to do more public generally, ho leased this hotel discover their mistake and come to tho business than ever. Tho News is so and adjoining formerly occupied by Mr. J. II. Lennin. meeting on tho second Saturday in in this . well established April determined to vote against tho This hotel is well ordered for tho accomcounties that tho reading public expect regularly as tho modation of guests, and situated in tho proposition for an independent candiits weekly visitations as center of tho town, is convenient for date and rectify what has been done. week comes. Advertisers aro feeling everybody. A samplo room is furnished But if thoy persist in their determinafurnishthe value of its columns and are candidate of their own, it all that we can do in that on Main street for tho use of traveling tion to have a ing us about Mr. Beard has had years of ex- will be tho duty of every truo Democrat men. line. So we aro preparing to enlarge tho hotel business, and un- to uso every endeavor to defeat him ami the paiKjr, that all may bo accommo- perience in derstands thoroughly tho importance of elect tho Democratic nominee, and a dated with advertising and our readers first-claDemocrat will but further demonstrate houso. This has furnished a greater amount of news keeping a been his rule, and ho will continue his fidelity to his party's principles by ever given them before. than wo havo it here, making his prices reasonable and standing steadfast in its support against such opposition. Wo have too much of tho 'llreckenridgo giving satisfaction to everybody. The next meeting confidence in the Democrats of Meade Allianco is awaited with some interest by Deafness Can't be Cured county to believe that many of them given our local politicians. It has been by local applications, as they can not will desert the banner of that party ur-dout that the main feature of tho meeting reach tho diseased portion of tho ear. which they have fought and enlist will be that which is to consider tho There is only ono way to cure Deafness, under the leadership of some shyster a candidate for tho feasibility of naming and that is by constitutional remedies. attempting to gratis That tho organization is Deafness is caused by an inflamed con- politician who but Legislature. Tho ify his own political ambition. original purswiftly departing from iU dition of tho mucous lining of tho Eus- Democratic party of Mcado county aims as first given out, and is poses and tachian Tubo. When this tubo gets in- should bury such an opponent beneath openly drifting into deep political waters flamed you havo a rumbling sound or a majority that would demonstrate that candi-dat- e is not denied. This being true, a imperfect hearing, and when it is entire- this county stands firm in Democratic for tho Legislature they intend to ly closed Deafness is tho result, and unranks. have and will doubtless get, without less tho inflammation can bo taken out As wo havo said in theso columns beJust who will be tho much trouble. and tills tubo restored to its normal con- fore, tho surest way to prosperity for tho canstandard lvearer of the organization, dition, hearing will bo destroyed forever; farming class lies in tho success of tho not as yet bo surmised, but of courso ho nine coses out of ten aro caused by Democratic party, and when they antagwill bo a farmer, perhaps a Democrat and catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamonize that party they but antagonize as to that. perhaps not, no one can say ed condition of tho mucous surfaces. their own interests. Any organization However ho is to antagonize tho nomiWo will give Ono Hundred Dollars for which will better their condition, so Hut such nee, be ho whom ho may. will any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) long as it remains diversions do not disconcert tho Demoof all, and that wo can not euro by taking Hall's tho hearty crats, because they have been there beCatarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. any Democrat who opposes tho candifore. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. dato whom thoy may nominate does not Progress. JffirSold by druggists, 75c. do so because thoy aro n farmers' organiago of vast zation, but becaufo by that act they deIt is very important in this TAKE NOTICE. clare their intention of becoming a polmaterial progress that a remedy bo pleasTho city ordinances in regard to turn- itical party in opposition to Democracy. easily ing to the taste and to tho eye, loose upon tho street, taken, acceptable to tho stomach and ing horses, etc., walking tho trestles, throwing filth on tho Poshealthy in its nature and effects. ACombtoedr AUK ANAO ordinances, will bo JBmOKAWUUM IIOJIK sessing theso qualities, Syrup of Figs is streets, and nil other IKON mlvertlllnir HKOWN'S enforced from now on. the ono perfect laxativo and most gentlo strictly R. II. Pieikt, M. C. C. geuerul tore. Api" " ' ' diuretic known. it Local Freight Li., St. I. & T. Local Tlmo Card. 10.05 a.m. Hall nd Kxpres going Bait -- 11.07 a.m. u West 5.58 p.m. " But Expren - Psiienger Dally nrr. HrJlniburg12:05 " ..7:48 Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. ooma xiBT. Paisenger Dally arr. Hardlnsburg.. 8:55 " .. 3:55 Mixed (ex. Sundiy) arr. (HIS. W. RlGHAuDSON, aa a candidate for re election to tlie Leglila-tur- e from Meade county, subject to tbe action of the Democratlo primary, June 13, 18tft. We are authorlted to announce a.m. Wet E.it 9 27 p.m. 11.19 a.m. 10.05 a.m. Denier in Dry C5oods, Groceries, Roots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Notions, Hardwaro and Quccnsware. Big stock just received, for tho Spring trade. I handlo tho Michigan Fertilizers, Homestead Tobacco Grower, Corn and Wheat Grower, Jarvis Tobacco Fertilizer, Drill Pliospliatcs. These goods arc equal to any in the market and sold low down for Cash. Givo me a call. A. A. , RICHARDSON, zzur. J TMM THOROUGHLY Cor. I.ATK AI.HXANDKirS WILL AMD.9 IIOTKI., Court-Hous- e, RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Bates $2.50 Per Bay. Jcfterson, Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. A. W. Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Mai shall, Clerks. ! W. E. LOGAN, Manager. NOTICE No. I No. 3 No. 4 NOTICE ! NOTICE ! S. B. Chilled Plows $S.c4 $S.?o. $4.00.) IN THE LEAD! No. A No. No. 19 19 1 there. Tho road supervisor should remember expect him to have the road by the mill repaired. Till Groves and C. C. Whitehead went to Louisville last week. Till camo back with such a large lot of goods that ho has been sick over since, nnd wants help to open up his spring stock. Tnxe are hi.h, wo pay taxes and And the mud It very deep, And into bur neighbor' field we creep, A we pats the old mill. Our Stock of Avery and Ura Clippei Plows is very large and a 200 REDUCTION from the list. Another Cyclone in Oliver Repairs. Point, 20 and 20 Points, 30. and 20 Mould Boards, 2.10. Cleveland Dryer Company Pure Raw Bone FERTILIZERS, Drives the Farm Thrives the crop, Fills the Ham with big crops. Our stock of choice Field Seeds is very rapidly going at bottom prices. . LOUISVILLE MARKET. Low Grade Tobacco Not in Demand and Sells at a Sacrifice. Good Tobacco. Tho Farmers Homo Journal says : There has been very little change in the tobacco market this week. Sales have continued very large, but tho greater portion of it was an inferior grade. Tho large amount of low grado tobacco oflcred has been a noticeable feature of the week. Almost nn entire break at some houses would bo mado up of comOno effect of this mon leaf nnd lugs. feature was to cause apathy and indifference on the part of buyers, and although an occasional, fairly good hogshead might bo sandwitclied in among this common stuff," it was very likely tobo cither over- -' looked, or buyers of tho better grades would not care to wait so long for a single hogshead, and consequently the low grade buyer would pick it up nt about tho price of much inferior tobacco. This has given the market for new Hurley tho Alappearance of a littlo irregularity. together, tho Burlcy market is rather hard to writo up this week; for notwithstanding the seeming easy and unsteady tone, there wero some resales of tobacco ofTeicd two weeks ago that brought a handsome advance over the rejection price. It is safe to say that the littlo weakness in prices was confined to tho common nnd lower grades. Whenever a row of good, clean Hurley was found.it had closo attention, nnd strong competition was the result. Very little old Bur-le- y This kind, when, is being offered. sound and sweet, is selling fairly well. Dark!" tobacco, especially of the better gradB'sV'was steady and strong. There is a very small proportion of dark being offered. Probably more dark is being sold privately than nt unction. Ono lesson farmers might learn to their great profit by watching tho course of tho market at this season, is, that there is always plenty of room and demand for fine tobacco, and that to havo any assurance of making their crop profitable they should devote their attention more to making a lino crop than a largo one. Wo havo preached on this subject so long and so often, thnt wo get a little discouraged. But if wo givo farmers good advice and they do not take it, the responsibility in not with us. HENSLEY & JOLLY, Farmers' Supply House, Haudissiiuikj, Ky. 'A 4 i Cloverport Planing Mill MANUFACTURERS AND PEAI.KRS IN Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or Price 25 cents per money refunded. box For sale by G. W. Short, Clover-por- t, Ky., and J. A. Witt,- - Hardinsburg, Ky. A Wheeler's Reply to Capt. Gross' . Rougli and Brewed Lumber Flooring, Weatherboarding, Doors, Sash, Shingles, Laths, Etc. Wo respectfully ask a share of the patronage of tho public, by doing good work and at prices as low as any. Call and get our figures on any work or material in our line. W. E. MARTIN, Manager. F. N. D'HUY, Sec. & Treas. office-seeke- Letter. NEWS! ElllTOIt BltlX'KKSltlDOE non-politic- il T. ss ss er Since reading a short letter from Capt. A. J. Gross Jn tho News of March 4th, I havo concluded to try to answer some few paragraphs in it. First, tho Captain says, "It is rumored that tho Wheelers of Breckenridge county contemplate making a nomination for representative in tho Legislature to be voted for at the Aumist election." That is true, Can- tain. Wheelers, Farmers' Union, etc., contemplate selecting u candidate to run for that office in August next, and ho must bo a truo Wheeler. Again tho Captain says, "I am surprised and pained at tho report, as I was distinctly told when I joined tho order that it would not engago in an independent political movement," I don't know what promises were mado to tho Captain, but I do know that no such promises are made to any member that joins our lodge. Acain tho Canlain savs. "But in view of the fact that what tho farmers com- nlain of in our national legislation is tho result of the domination of the Republi can party." Such is not the case, 'lno different organizations of tho Farmers' and Laborers' Union, etc., were com menced during the Democratic administration of Cleveland. Again tho Captain says, "Wo cannot see what the Wheelers havo to gain by tho discomfiture of tho Democratic party. Should thoy try it I shall abandon the order." I cannot see what wo have to lose by the discomfiture of both tho Democratic and Republican parties, but much to gain. Neither can I seo what wo havo to loso by you abandoning tho onler. Why, Captain, were you n member of our lodge, it would take you just ono week to get ready to leave. Again tho Captain says, "If it is hero (tho Wheel) to antagonize my party, 1 cannot encourago it." Now, honor bright, Captain, did you ever givo tho Wheelers any encouragement whatever outsido tho Democratic party? Did you not join the order with the deliberate intention of strengthening your party, as you call it, and weakening our order? Again tho Captain says, "Let tho old guards prepare for action. Victory is in tho air; I can smell it." Now, Captain, I do honestly think you mado a mistako in your last sentence. Had you put "old guards" in placo of tho word "it," I think you would havo been correct, because old bodies always taint tho surrounding air, so that wo can unmistakably smell it; but to smell victory in tho air Hint's too thin, Captain, too thin. A WllEELElt. Rough Lumber Wanted. fA DryGoods Gent's Unlaundried Shirts, nil' Linen 49 Bosom, reinforced, sizes 14 to 17 cents. 49 cents per yard for 42 inch Serges, all wool, new sbndos, worth 03 cts. 23 cents per yard for 30 inch, all wool striped dress goods, now style, all shades. 49 Cents. Notice! This column for ' New White Goods 12 10 BargainS i -- cts. for Check Nnhlsook, worth 18 c. " " " 15 c. cU. for ' " 12 e. Building Hardware, Nails, both " " 8i cts. for " " " 10 e. ' Steel and Wire. 01 cts. for Sheer, l'lnid and Striped India Linens Stoves, $7.00 for a No. 7 Double at reduced prices. A big lino of Oven Stove. Just think of it ! New Swiss and Hamburg Embroi- v deries, Lace Curtains and Scrims. Rope Pumps, for deep and shallow wells. Plow's, Rakes, Ilocs'and Shovels. Cioss-cu- t i COMPOUND mw4 EmACT'LW 50 pairs Laco Curtains 3 yards long, 1.75 worth IJ.OO. tnpo bound 23 pairs Laco Curtains 3 yards long, tnpo 1.60 worth 2.50. bouud 75 25 pairs Laco Curtains, tape bound, Saws, Axes, Carpenter's V '. . per pair, including nolo and fixtures. 5, 7, 8J, 10 and 12 c. in white Scrims Hinges for Farm Gates, and all cream and colors. Linen Shades, assorted patterns 0, 7 and sizes of Bolts. 49 to 89 c. 8 feet, A great assortment of Carpets in All Wool, Ingrain nnd Urussols, Straw Matt- Tin and Iron Roofing, also anything ings and Hugs, at prices to suit made from Tin or Iron. everybody. Oil Cloths all widths from 1 yard to 2 Tin Guttering and Spouting. yards wide. Tools. Double Shovel Plows, Chilled Plows and Avery Plows, Wo are just receiving our now lino of Spring Clothing for Men, Gents', Boys Fencing Wire all kinds. and Children, which for fctyle, quality Fishing Tackle When it comes to prices cannot bo excelled Clothing1. f i LiMi I Jin. A. K. Hawkes Dear Sir: I havo non-politic- thoroughly tested tho glusses you adjustGeo. ed to my oyes somo timo ago, and find BKANDENBUllG, KY. them to bo unsurpassed in clearness and brilliancy. In fact they aro tho best glasses I have ever used. McElree's Wine of Cardul W. D. BtoxiiAM, IPO Dosos Ono Dollar and THEDFORD'S aro of Florida. for sale by tho following merchants in DBAFT HORSES and WAGON. All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by FnrSele Two rxlra large Draft horses, BreekenrMge CountyCloveroort, Jesit W. Owen, G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. hurn'st and wagon, trill be sold to the highest O. W. Short, Cloverport. bidder, nt llurdiniburg, the flrit day of next llraihearA Lay, SUphemport. A. D. Moetok, Circuit court. Witt & Meadnr, Uardlniburg, Flannel shirts were never so cheap. J. J. Severs, Unlnn S.nr, Tobacco cloth - tobacco cloth. Ruber's. Call on Babhage. T 1 Tho Importance ot purifying U10 Wood cannot bo overestimated, lor without puto blood you cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every ono needs a good medicine to purity, vitalize, and enrich tho blood, and wo ask you to try Rood's Sarsaparllla. Itstrcngtlicns DiasMilloi nmi butlda up tho system, creates an appetite, and tones tho digestion, wlillo It eradicates disease. Tho peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of the vcgctablo remedies used give t Rood's Sarsjparllla pecul- - --r" I lar curative powers. No wonderful othcrmcdlclnohassucharccordof cures. It you have mado up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparllla do not bo Induced to take any other Instead. It Is a Peculiar Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence. Rood's Sarsaparllla Is sold by all druggists. Prepared by C. I. Rood & Co., Lowell, Moss. 4AtA.AJiiI and lowest Wo also handlo a largo assortment of the celebrated Bull Dog Jenns Pants. 5 flrst-clah- any-.wher- e. this line, I keep the laigcst and most complete line in the country such as Poles, Lines, i 4 h Notions, Sundries, &c. s noto paper cts. for 30 sheets of 5 cts. for I paekago best envelopes. 5 cts. for 1 doz. best cedar lead pencils. 5 cts. for 2 cakes glycerine soap. 5 cts. for 1100 parlor matches. 5 cts. for match safe with mirror. 5 cts. for two papers nursery pins. And a great many articles too numerous to mention to bo found on our Bargain Counters. Call nnd seo us. Hooks, reCUIIdl Corks, Reels, Trot Lines, in fact anything iu this' line. All the above to be found at a ' epf 4 Yeakel&Co,, J. L. MILLEH'S - And for less money than any houso in town. Call and sec him. , & i CLOVERPORT.KY -- v.:-. - -- - "-n . ; mm --- il I'm y iiW'i'W'llili"i'l7li'MiiiBliWMllBWUIMMWIIMIldWWliiaii " '. a m ...I . t w 'iTlimr- - -.- -, 'M-jH- m. i i jss mi i MWIW I I I 4Hf E-t- "i JB flh llJfy1 JHHU kS j -i r yaTlPor tsbe PL iMigciio z tt-- 1 ... . ., uayues, oiopnenspon, was in : i " the city Monday. LAND OF GOSHEN. I 111 '" n , WflfSI 4) I .t'UV -- s Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta tly yet promptly on tho Kidneys, aver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevera and euros habitual constipation. Syrup c "gs is tho only remedy of its kiiiu ever produced, pleasing to tho tnsto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly hcneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agrccaulo substances, its many excellent qualities d it to all and havo made it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for snlo in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable drugpist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO oom-mon- .oWRsIvSib! 'OIIS ISITOY ' w:31Sto3tiBb E'cgat lino of iiovcUics in ladles' handkerchiefs. Sulzer's. lion. G. P. Jolly, of Ilardintbiirg, was in the city Thursday. Pigs for sale. Apply at Martin's Drug Store. Tho place to get your lunch is at F. II. Ballman's. A nice assortment of satiues and ginghams just received. N. Y. Store. Good machine thread 2 cents a spool. N. Y. Store. Fine mapdo sugar and tally candy at P. S. Bell's Sweet crab cider, ginger ale and Klub soda at P. S. Bell's. Miss Eveline Young,' of Morganfleld, will visit her sister, Mrs. C. B. Skillman, this wcok. Mrs. John Hatchet, of .ion, is tho guest of her brother, Mr. Robt. E. Moorman. Miss Forrie Hardin, Holt's Bottom, was tho guest of Miss Jennie Warfield Saturday and Sunday. Miss Nannio Witt says she knows she can please tho ladies in dress goods received at Sulzcr's this week. Mr. F. AV. Hall, of Michigan, who has been homo on a visit, returned last week accompanied by his brother, E. M. Hall. Rev. W. K. Pcnrod will preach at the Baptibt church next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. C. S. Crosson, Union Star, and E. II. Marcilliat, Leopold, Ind., were in the city Wednesday. Mr. Joe Cashman, of Union Star, was visiting bis daughter, Mrs. Win. Hawkins, Hito's Run, Monday. Dr. R. L. Newsom sold to Smith & Pollock, of Meade county, Monday, one portable steam mill for $300. J. M. Bell has contracted with tho Lewis Bros, for a $500 rcsidonco to be built on his lot on the hill. Messrs. R. A. Shcllinan, Chris. Jones and B. Tucker, of Stephensport, were in tho city Saturday. Mrs. J. C. Yeager is. very low with consumption, and her death is expected at any time. Mr. Henry R. Haynes, of Hawesvillc, has gone into the saloon business at tho old stand formerly kept by O. D. Ryan in this city. Mias Addio G. Ditto, after a very pleasant visit of several weeks to her sister, Mrs. J. I). Babbage, returned homo Monday. Tho old woman who lived in a shoe, Looked around torn homo that was new; At Sulzer's storo sho bought Tho Shoo that sho sought A very wiso course to pursue. Mayor R. B. Pierce moved to the AV. E. Holmes property yesterday. Martin will movo into tho house vacated by him. Dr. J. T. Owen seems to be working a nico littlo cannel coal deal all alone. We hope the Doctor will mako millions out of it. Sulzer's aro great guns in the shoo line, and they aro prepared to shoot old styles and prices altogether and fire at the public high class shoes at low class prices. Mrs. Sallie Bennett died at her homo near Rome, Ind., March 18th, in tbo 80th year of iter ago. Mrs. Bennett was a sister of the late John Hardin, of this place. Tho City Council at its last meeting appointed Mr, Joseph Porter city assessor and tho following gentlemen supervisors: Messrs. Jas. T. Skillman, Sam Conrad and John D. Gregory. Messrs. Alox Boyd and J. E. Matting-ly- , two of Cloverport's largest men, wero weighed Monday by Dr. R. L. Nowson. They pulled tho scales down at 507 pounds net. Miss Jennie Keith gavo a verydclight-fu- l candy-pullin- g Inst Thursday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. F. N. D'Huy, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Conrad, Mrs. E. F. Haynes, Rev. W. K. Penrod and Mr. John F. Hayes. Mrs. Jas. G. Stephens, who is visiting her son, Minor, at Lakeland, Fla., writes homo that she is enjoying all the early vegetables, spring chickens, strawberries and cream, oranges just on" the trees, and tho most delightful weather sho over saw--. "And tho best of it all is," sho says, "tho fruits and vegetables are all grown by my son." Cloverport had a faint resemblance of her former self yesterday and it put one in mind of tho good old times of long ago. The town was full of country people and tho stores wero all busy. If wo only had two moro good pikes leading to town how happy wo would be. Tho Cloverport Cigar Company, which was organized in this city soino timo ago, is now in operation in tho old bank building. They will havo some of their cigars on the market this week. Their best brand, "Tho AVorld," is equal to tho Durham or Daniel Boone. It is tho duty of overy merchant who handles cigars to patronize them and encourago a homo industry. AV. II. Bowmer came very near losing his residonco by flro Sunday night. Tbo gas bad been left burning in one of tho upper rooms and about 10 o'clock Mr. Bowmer made an inspection of the houso before retiring, and on entering this room ho discovered tho mantel, tho carpet and overy piece of furnlturo in tho room just ready to blaze up in flame, In a few minutes more the wholo room would have been in n blazo and there would havo been no possiblo chance of saving tho house. 8AN FRANCISC ), CAL. LOUISVIUE, KY. NEW YORK. N.r. PIBEiOB HOUSE A. ENGLISH, Prop'r. S. CLOVERPORT, KY. fi.jo per it.iy, including Sample Hooin. Ccn-- t rally Incited, lliurdlng liv the week. Including r Him nnd bed, ?.oo. Single Meal 40 cents. Muddy times, this. You nre not noticed if you liavenH had la grippo. Miss Carrie Moorman bns been quite 111 with la grippe. Undo Jesso Moorman, Cloverport, is visiting liis daughter, Mrs. Robertson. Mr. Charlie Jones has been quite sick for several weeks past. Miss Nannio Green, Louisville, is expected to take charge of n school at Rock Vnle soon. Mrs. It. II. Morcmen, Cloverport, is visiting relatives in our midst. AVo are glad to know that Mr. Ford. Owen is able to bo out after a severe attack of pneumonia. Mr. Dick Owen made a flying trip to Louisville and Owensboro, lust week. AVo have gravo fear concerning tho "Wild Flower," since tho recent cold spell of weather. Mr. Ernest Robertson was in Louis-vill- o a shoit time since, possibly attending tho reading club. Mr. C. L. Corn well, Louisville, spent a few days at Glcndcano last week. Mr. C. S. Robertson's entire family havo been ill with la grippe. Miss Edna Robertson, who is attending school at Lyndon, Ky., is highly pleased, but sho will return in time to attend Court land. Rev. Ruticdgo filled his pulpit lust Sunday, but owing to the inclemency of tho weather fow attended. Dr..Dchts Haynca and wife, of AVhitcs-villspent Saturday and Sunday with tho family of Mr. Henry R. Dean. Miss Ella Owen, who is attending school at Maghera Gloss, Ky., has just re covered from a severe attack of la grippe c, SPRING OVERCOATS & CONFIRMATION to-da- y. Square the Circle l vi CI SUITS 4 H ih We havo now on our Is whnt wo talk about counters the liniulsomcst stock of that most desirable of nil wraps, a Spring Overcoat. They aro our own manuCome facture, and como in all colors nnd all prices. and sec them before buying elsewhere. We have made up and now in stock a most perfect display of Confirmation Suits in bluo and black, in different fabrics and'at various prices. Mothers need not hunt all over town. Come to us at once and find what you want. f Or if you can't do that , WINTER ! Circle the Square Or the city, or the country, and if in the course of your circling you want to find a place where FIRST-CLASS "Old Reliable" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. GOODS ARE SOLD ! Look no Farther A If it 4 ! DROP IN AND SEE , Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, Office over D. Sulzer's Tailoring; Department. Mr. J. II. Ilunsche, tho Foreman of our Tailoring Department, will visit Cloverport and Haidinsburg, on tho 23d day of March, and remain one or two days. Ho will carry with him a full lino of Samples representing our stock of Piece Goods, which comprises all tho desirable Standard and Fancy Styles produced this season. He will bo pleased to meet you at above place and date and receive your order. Respectfully, S. L. Sw.znn. is pleasant little LAXATIVE or PURGATIVE you aro looking for, go to G. W. SHORT and 3 XT ZjLjIZZEC JZj NEW NOVELTIES, ARRIVING DAILY. Hambhlon's Saddlery and TILL 3 Ilame&g Store. ! CLOVERPORT. KY. 1. II. TAYMHl, got a box of Smith's Littlo Black Pills and try them, " CLOVERPORT, KY. J. C. BUSH, V. S. TAYLOU. Frederica Street. DENTISTS Over Zulaufl Jewelry Store J. H. Taylor & Co., arid you will never want testify to their merits. nnyoiher kind. 0WENSB0R0, KY. Dr. S. S. Watkins, Physicians Surgeon, n FFICE "V CANNEL COAL. Dr. Ncxt door to Breckcnridgo Bank. Clovcrport, Ky. Jas. T. Owen of this City Interest ed In a Rich Vein. E, W. SHORT'S, liiiip Announcement. FOItxTHE LEGISLATURE. W firf nutlinrlrctl tn announce the Hon. TICE ni.T.V. n n cnndldata fur the I.cclsl.ltnre. Sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1891. LOCAL BREVITIES. will bo Easter. Next Sunday Tobacco cloth tobacco cloth. Sulzcr's.. Dr. Willis G. Short is in tho city. Tobacco cloth tobacco cloth. Sulzcr's. C. P. Babbage was in the city Sunday. Newest styles in clothing. Sulzer's. Cheap tinware at tho N. Y. Storo. Mrs. Allen Murphy is sick at her residence. High grade of codecs at Bowmer & Ilambleton's. Mr. J. W. Brainard JH. Moorman's. is sick at Mrs. R. Tho Hartford Herald says: Mr. Pendleton A. Beck, who lives some three or four miles South of Horton, was in Hartford Mondny, and left with us a Bamplo liy Mail 25 cents. of pure cannel coal, found on his homo farm. Mr. Beck is quite enthusiastic over tho prospects for a fine bed of cannel coal. Ho hns succeeded in interesting Mr. James T. Owen, of Cloverport. in tho schemo of developing the coal field. Mr. Owen represents an English syndicate of A-i Jl ntnplo means to successfully work the fields ptovided the coal proves t valuable upon investigation. Mr. Owen has secured options nnd leases on several adjoining farms and will havo a thorough test made of tho coal. On Mr. Beck's farm tho vein shows somo eighteen inches thick and evidences of A SURE AND CERTAIN CUREKNOWN FOR 15 YEARS AS tho same are seen in other places. If the investigations and tests prove tho coal to THE BEST REMEDY FOR PIUES. PREPARED BY RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R bo genuine cannel coal and in paying MED. CO. ST. LOUIS M0. quantities, tho company will run a branch road from Horton and begin work at once. Death of Mrs. James Taber at Her NOTICE OF INCORPORATION! taji t You Must Sinco fact that youlnust Eat to Live, or Live to Eat, wo desire to present to your economical consideration our complete stock of self-evide- it is a Eat! :- Cloverport, Ky. Careful Selection, Reasonable Prices, Appeal to your : GENERAL GROCERIES, Pure Goods, - Reason -:- - Pocket -:- - Health R. E. MOORMAN. Brockcnridge News Building, CLOVERPORT, KY. I r lit pi n m HI le JHl CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. ljy AlxExxandexr's Louisville, - Seventh and Market Streets, Hotel, Kentucky. ! I? Our grocery department is full and complete. Sulzer's. Mrs. Wells is seriously ill from the effects of la grippe. Bowmer & Ilnmblcton lead them all in cheap shoes. Robt. Nicholas is very sick with pneumonia. Bowmer & ilamblcton havo tho lead in children's clothing. Mr. Frank McKeron, of Adairville, spent Sunday in the city. Bowmer & Ilamblcton keep ladies' hoso from 5 cents up. Hon. Jesso II. Miller has just recovered from a scvero attack of la grippe. For Northern seed potatoes go to Bowmer & Ilamblcton. For sale, cheap, 1 Merrett Machine Typewriter a good one. Sulzer's. For all kinds of garden seed call on Bowmer & Ilamblcton. Ballman keeps Fleishman & Co.'s compressed yeast. Bowmer & Ilamblcton have the largest stock of goods. Mrs. Jennie Duncan, Holt's Bottom, was in tho city Saturday. Bowmer & Hambleton have tho cheapest goods in town, Miss Lela Henley spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gross. For groceries of all kinds go to Bow merit Hambleton. Dr., Win, Milner, of Union Star, was Mr. H. A. Duncan Dies at His Homo In Owensboro, After a Long-Illness-. The Messenger of last AVcdnesday gives tho following account of his life nnd death: Mr. II. A. Duncan died yesterday afternoon at his residence in this city, after an illness of several months. Ho was in his fortieth year at the time of his death. Mr. Duncan was born in Clovcrport, and was a son of tho late B. L. Duncan, a prominent merchant of that place, and in tho lost years of his life of Owensboro. Mr. Duncan was connected with his father in business in this city for a number of years, and when ago took tho elder partner from business tho son succeeded the old firm, and for several years ho has been one tho honored merchants of OweiiBboro. A fow months ago, owing to his failing health ho mado an assignment of his stock of merchandise for tho This step was benefit of his creditors. for the reason namnot necessary, ed, as his stock paid all of his indebtedness and there was a good surplus left for himself. Mr. Duncan was a member of tho Methodist church, and in all tho walks of life was a consistent Christian nnd a good citizen. Ho had a vast number of friends who will sincerely mourn his death. He leaves a wife and four children. Tho funeral will tako placo Thursday morning at 10 o'clock from tho Methodist church. Home Near Garfield. eept "Blessed aro tho dead which die in tho Lord." Sister Nan Taber, tho wifo of Jnincs Tnber, near Garfield, after an illness of only a fow days, died of fever, Feb. 25, 1891. Sho lcavesji kind husband and eleven children to mourn her loss, five boys and six girls ; also two sisters and two brothers. Hor two sisters and oldest brother live in AVashlngton county,. Neb., and her youngest brother in this county. Tho night before she died she called her family nround her bedsiilo, shook hands with them all, bid them a last good-byand requested them to livo right and to meet her on tho golden shoio; also each ono of her brothers and sisters nnd neighbors, calling them all by name, and saying sho wanted to clasp hands with them in Heaven, where thero would bo no moro parting. Sho requested her oldest daughter, Fannie, to tako good care of her littlo baby sister, Lola. None know Mrs. Taber but to lovo her, none named her but to praise. She lias gona to the city ahoc, o, Tn rcccKc a mansion from the God of loe. It Is sad to be left tn grief I know, lint this Is not my home, so I'll arise anil go. I know I'm nearing the holy ranks Of friends and kindred dear, l'o r I brush the dews on Jordan's banks The crossing must be near. Lola M, Norton. Obituary. Miss Sudio Keys, daughter of B. F. and O. J. Keys, departed this life JIarch 15th, years and four 1891, aged twenty-on- o days. A few short hours beforo death bound her delicate form in its icy chain, she bade farewell to us all, with tho peaceful trust that truo followers of Christ alono can understand. AVo, 11. F. Koys nnd family, wish, in our feeblo way, to thank tho peoplo of Cloverport for tho kindness nnd cliarity nnd consolation thoy havo bestowed upon us during our many months of sickness and sorrow. And especially do wo thank tho Hevs. AV. K. Penrod and AV.C. Brandon, who have visited us day after day o with prayers and cheering words ol to tho soul of a brighter world beyond this valo of tears wliero sorrow nnd death can not enter. AVords would fail to express thp gratitude wo feel for tho benevolent kindness tho peoplo of Cloverport havo bestowed upon us; thoy Angels in timo have been liko God-seof need. AVo cannot nor would wo namo thoso who have como to our aid, but we, from tho depths of out hearts, thank thorn, not that thoy desire worldly praiso, lor such actions wero prompted by Christ alone, and to Rim do thoy look for their 11. F. Koys and family. reward. sol-nc- in tho city Thursday. You will And choico timothy bny cheap at Bowmer & Ilambleton's. Fon Sale. Four good horses on 12 months' time. John II. Dry tho & Bro. Bowmer & Hambleton will sell you 20 pounds of Granulated sugar for SI. Chas. Roidel, Holt's Bottom, was in tho city Thursday. Northern white oats direct from Iowa for salo at Bowmer & Ilambleton's. L. L. Waggoner and Caleb Hawkins were in tho city Thursday. Bowincr & Hambleton aro headquarters for laces, edgings and white goods. You will find a fine assortment of cakes at F. II. Ballman'B. If you want eating potatoes you will find thorn at Bowmer & Ilambleton's. John M. Compton, of Union Star, was in tho city Saturday. Peter Bra3hear, Owensboro, spent last Wednesday with ro'atives and friends in tliia city. For white ear corn call on Bowmer Hambleton. & Notice is hereby glren that tho undersigned, W. Moorman, William II. Uowracr, J, K. McCracken, James T. Skillman, A. Ii. Skill-maS. 15. Voris and William Foor hare associated themselves together as a body corporate, under the name of the "Cloverport Paving Brick, and Manufactvring Company," with its principal place of transacting business at Cloverport, lirccko lrldge County, Kentucky. The general nature of the business proposed to bo transacted is to tnlno, dig, exca'ate, buy and sell shale and clays, to manufacture, buy and sell brick, tiling and other products of shalo and clay, to bote for oils, gas, salt and other waters, and to transport and sell same, and to buy, sell, own, lease, acquire, hold and transfer, such property, real and personal, as shall be deemed expedient for the proper conduct and management of its business. The amount of capital stock authorised is Fifty Thousand Dollars, $50,000 (divided into shares of one hundred dollars each), which may be increased to ono hundred thousand vote' nil dollars $100,000, by a the paid up capital stook at a regular or called meeting for that purpoio. Said capital stock shall be paid in at such times and upon such conditions as the board of directors shall order and direct. The incorporators herein named shall be tho directors for one year after the organisation of tbo company, and until their successors are elected and qualified. The time of the commencement of the corporation is the '14th day of March, A. D. 1891, and of the termination yoars thereafter, unless thereof, twenty-fiv- e s vote of all sooner dissolved by tho paid up capital stock. The affairs of the corporation shall be by a board of directors, consisting of seven members, (who shall elect of their number a president, vice president, treasurer and shall also a secretary and manager) and said oQlcers shall be e'ected upon the organisation of the company and annually thereafter. The highest amount o' indebtedness or liability, to which the corporation is at any time to subject itself is the sum of twenty. five thousand dollars ($25,000) The private property of the stockholders is to bo the corporate debts. t O. AV. Moorman, W. II. Dowmor, J. K. McCracken, J. T. Skillman, A. 11. Skillman, S. B. Voris, Wm. Foor. 0. n, Having sold out our entire interest in the hotel on Jcflerson street, wo have removed to our old stand that we occupied for years so successfully nt Seventh nnd Market streets, are now fitting it up in elegant shape new throughout, nnd tho outfit in overy way will bo elegant, including ono of Hale's Safety Passenger and Baggago Elevators with all tho late improvements. "Wo want all of our old friends to como and see us in our old home. "We promise you that our Itooms, Tahlo and Service shall bo second to nono in tho land. My wife, Mrs. Jo. P.. Alexander, wants to bo remembered to all her lady friends and she will bo glad to see them nnd give them a 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 ! three-fourt- three-fourth- Wo arc sole agents for tho Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs And nro furnishing them at tho reduced prices mado by tho Factory for this season. Wc will also furnish tho Imitator repairs, that aro being put on the market by other dealers, at prices lower than any other concern. Evory genuine "Oliver" point is branded "Oliver". exe-np- GENUINE OLIVER. No. A. 25 NO NAME. No. A. 40 ROYAL TKe Courier $ourn&I "19 " 15 19 LOUIKVILLIC, ICY. Subscription Rates, Dally and Sunday, $10.C0 a yea, Dally without Sunday, $3.00 a jour, Sunday, $5.00 a year, Weekly, $1,00 a yeur. " 20 - -- . 10 "20 25 25 Tho Weekly Courier-Journ- al t Stand Your Ground. AVhen you mako up your mind to tako Hood's Sarsaparilla, do not bo induced to buy somo other preparation instead. Clerks may claim that "ours is as good as Hood's" and all that, but the peculiar merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla cannot bo equaled. Therefore have nothing to do with substitutes and insist upon having Hood's Sarsaparilla, tho best blood purimedicine. fier and building-u- p A Has the largest circulation of any Democratlo Newspaper in the United Slates and proposes to double or treble Its already large circulation. AND EVERY Gold Wo also havo in stock a full lino of "SoutltfBcnd" repairs. Hayo just received a full lino of tho following Double Shovel Plows : Meiklo, Avery, Brown's nnd Blount's, also a complete stock of New Ground Plows. HOW ? BY GIVING DAY to Courier-Journal. AWAY EACH POWDER Absolutely Pure. cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all In learenlBg strength. Lite$i U, 8. dovrrnintiit fitoil lltporl. , FARMERS FREE COLUMN. Sale, a good yoke of oxen and log w.il'o Scott Morton, Hock I.lck, cheap. T?or Sale, fine Holsteln hull calf, nine months! JJoid, ii Temple High Arm Sewing Maohinn or a Handsome Watch, ABSOLUTELY FKEB. Full particulars In Weekly Sample oopy free. Seud for ono. Address, W. N. HALDEMAN, President Courier-JournCompany, Louisvilli, Ky. " somo ono a splendid B. F. BEARD k CO. Monarch shirt is tho best. HARDINSBURG, KY. -- Breckenridge News, ; 4 McDANIELS. rnnaors are getting along count of tlio uut Mcutliur. r Bltfw ' Truth Stranger Than Fiction Common Senso Against Theory. Wednesday, makch us, isiu. Tin n your eyes towards BABEAGE'S k. Trof. E. W Coleman, fornu rly President of WeM Kentucky College, Ky Junius Itiahop, of Ilardiuslmrg, wimin and 'also onco President of Liberty Col- -' lege, Texas, paid our city a visit a few town Inst week. Gone McPaniel, of Ieolnnil, Ky., is dajs ago and his old friends were surprised to see him in tho enjoyment of revisiting hia mother, Mrs. Kliza acMc-Dani- oa The following is a list of articles given away to the paid up Subscribers of THE BRKCKEN1UDCJE NEWS, Jan. 1st, 1891. Juliii Htornit.MeUautol, Ky., Ilotae ljook. H. II. Ilrashear, Owensbnro, Ky., riusp. Thos. Mttn, liriuiilenlitirg, " Horso- Unok. Franklin Nix, llnrdlinlmrif, " Steel Kngravlng. Caleb Hawklm, Dewloj rllle, " Home Hook. " li. M. llnlards, Vloejriird, Ark., " " " Jns. K. Osborne, KIioJbIU, Kr 0. 0. Moorman, Dig Bpriug, " Tutilon Kvnnsvllle. i.ivi n incno'i.inuiniporc, inl., Hone Unok. R. II. llrashear, Irvlngton, Ky., Tuition Kvausvllle. " Unrse llo k. j.tt.Linnt, irvtngtun, Dennis Kloud, Stepheusport," Soap Milton Tato Jr., Ilardl .sburg, Ky , II) Apple Tree. .. Horse Hook. K. M. O. Jolly, " J. N. Parton, Rock Vale, Ky., 1 Scholarship Commercial School Lexington. Date Washington, Irvlngton " Horse Book. Will F. Paul, Bewlcyvll e, ' Soap. Richard Handy, Trvlngton, " " Luther Clemmons, Ruck Vale, Ky., Ilnrse Hoik. T. V. Keith, Rock Haven, Cinolnnutl Cooperage Co., Cloverport, Ky., Suan. Mtrs Ida Meador, Big Spring, Ky., Subscription - J. W. W.J. lIunVlclnrU.Kjr, .M. 1'n'il. Urntnlrlow, Ind Homo Booli. , lO'lrcw. 1891 FRANK S.COOK : :- Mr. lxl ward Cannon is improving slowly. SHIRTS, Win. A. Frank, of Irvington, isisit-in- g . COLLARS and CUFFS, relatives at this place. II? T. Hunter, offtuilclifleld, was visiting his father, Mr. II. A. Hunter, this KVAXSTON. week. Front, 2J in. Miss Nannie Hunter is visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Henninger, at West View. Mrs. Agnes Ilnyes was stricken with paralysis last week and her recovery is doubtful. We need a doctor at this place and need him right now. Rev. J. II. Galloway went to Fords- villo last week. Ilov. It. K. Gliitvcock lias, been ap' pointed to the charge of the Iitchfield health. tlfl-'- MALUKN' mission. Any one who is atllictcd can get medid VU Trout, 21 in. This would be a good opening for a cal ndvieo from Dr. L. C. Chisholm, I T yitnck.lt " steam flouring mill j we need one bad. Hotel, Imis ville, Ky., in regard to the use of this remedy tor ofchmge. Mrs. Million's Ride. Hattlo Hilliousness, besiego Malaria, When Mrs. Million . goes to ride she break up Chills with "U. C. C. Certain travels forth in state, Chill Cure," tho pleasant remedy. No Her horses, full of fire and pride, go Sold by J. W. Owen. cure, no pay. prancing from the gte; Hut all tho beauties of the bay she views with languid eye, Her flesh in weakness wastes away, her voice is but a sigh. For Mrs. Million is in an advanced stago of catarrh, and all the luxuries that UUIJAXA : Width, .". in. wealth can buy fail to give her comfort. She envies her rosy waiting-maid- , and 'NECKWEAR, would give all her riches for tlmt young woman's pure breath ami .blooming .'UNDERWEAR, health. Now, if some true and disinterestHANDKERCHIEFS, ed friend would advise Mrs. Million of SUSPENDERS, tho wonderful merits of Dr. Sago's Catarrh Hemedy, she would learn that her case SOCKS, Etc. is not past help. $500 reward is odorcd Remember the Place. Sole agent in this city for the cele- by the manufacturers foru case of c.itairh in the head which they cannot euro. Wlicn you find yourself wanting - 0 stored hcnlth. Four years ago Prof. Coleman lost his health in Texas, and sinco that timo he has been unable to attend to any business until recently. Wo learn from his own lips that he spent several thousand dollars undor the treatment of the most eminent physicians of Texas, St. Louis, Wnukeshe, Harry, Louisville and Now York, and got no relief. Three months ago lie yielded to the solicitations of friends and began Now he using "Hoyal Gennatuer." says he feels liko n now man. The Professor appears peifectly happy in the enjoyment of restored health after sufior- From the Professor's experience we discoer that it is one thing to theorize about the eauso and cmo of disease, but the thing of Mist importance to those who sufier is to get into possession of n remedy that will give relict ami restore the ' ' &' .5 LUMBER,, LATH u, SHINGLES, DOORS, j Nkwb. II. I. Coom.s, MeDani.il, Ky., Horse Book. wiyue unwell, uuster, I). R, Murrnv. Ulovrrpsrt. S. P. Comad, lliu's Run, Js. R. BU1- Cloverport, 0. E. Oelio, -, Jas. 11. " Subicrlption Nkwm. " Horso Book. M. P. Payne, llardlnshu'g, " MIstory of Kentucky. L. V. Cbaplus, Cloorport, " Horse lliok. W. A. Kasey, Bewleyvlllo, " Subscription Nkws Oliver Howard, MoDa els, " Soap. J. C.Wbee er, Clifton Mills, " Subicrlptlon Nkws. Frjmlre. Kkrnn. " " Suap. SASH &c EXjIZLnTIDS I. Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET. 15th & 16th. STS.. AVil-lar- " Thos. Robards, fkrot., Jluiwer Lytton's Works. W. M. Ileusloy, lUrdlnnhurg, Ky., Horse Book. Mrs. S. A. Cooper, Rook Vule, Ky. Mrs M. K Cunningham, Cloverport, Kt Sum Ous. Brown, Cloverport, Ky., Subicrlption NkM u. ucnvin, iiewieyviue, ' Soup. 11. F. Parr, Mooleyvlllo, John Clcrntnons, brated . MONARCH Shirts, Collars & Cuffs These goods arc known the world over and arc recognized to be superior to any other brands. Don't buy Shirts until on have examined the Kicked to Dentil ly III Gun. Patrick Shea, an unmarried laborer, 25 years of age, was fooling with an old musket, and finally applied a lighted match to tho nipple. Tho gun was loaded, and at onco went off, but without shooting any one. Tho shock, however, knocked Shea down, and when picked up ho was dead. A doctor was sum moned, who pronounced death to have resulted from nervous shock. Toronto Empire. Do L. D. ADDISON'S ADDISON, KY. Ib tho pLico to l.uj SEWINO MACHINE for Iota money than any other place In thecotintr) The machiici I itll arc equal to any that ugenti charge from $35 to $5U fur:' I gunran teo them to be uhnt I ny or no trade. Agenti rywaG MARK. not punish your children with bit- GLEN.DEANE. and Will Moorman have returned from a businesi trip to Louisville. Miss Xnnnio Owen is ill with pneumonia. Miss Lulu Owen, of Cloverport, was tho guest of Miss Lutie Moorman several days last week. Mr. Kd Bennett, of Irwngtou, spent last week in our town. Of all the treasures that earth holds dear to Vic Robertson, he says that lie loves Harmony the best. Wanted A microscope to find Jim Dean's moustache. A euro for bash fill ik-kApply to Courtlnnd Deelcr. Uy the people in general Hotter roads, provided "somebody else" will tix them up. Mr. E. L. ltoberthon reports a delightful trip to Louisville last week. He sajs, "Many hours have sped away, but the chords of heavenly music and the angelic voice of Minnie still linger like a happy dream." D. C. Moorman says because ho is a candidate for tho Legislature the people expect him to accommodate them under all circumstances, regardless of loss or labor, but 'when it comes to tearing a man's fence down and leaving it so in order to secure a more convenient passage over the country, "silence ceases to bo n virtue" and he is compelled to speak. Mr. Harry Monroe, of llardinsburg, e says tho country, especially the neighborhood, has a peculiar fascination for him. This wo can readily believe from tho frequent visits he makes to a certain young lady in this vicinity. We hope he won't change- his Falmnci Lku mind. Messrs. Dick Owen Glen-deau- ter nauseous mixtures, when you can get "C. C. C. Ceitain Chill Cure"'on a guar- antec. Any child will take it. Sold by J. W. Owen. The Law Concerning; Ne spaper Court on these subjects arc interesting, i. ouDscnoers wno do not, gie ex press notice to tho contrary are consul Of ered as wishing tq renew their subscript tions. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, tho publisher nmy uuiiiiiiuu in buiiu mum mini an arrearages aro paid. 'I. If subscribers neglect or refuse to Capital Stock $25,000. take their periodicals from tho postoHico to which thoyaro directed, thov are re II. Y. DKARD, President. sponsible until they have- settled their VIL.Ij MIl.LKlt, mutt miu. umurvu mum discontinued. M. II. BKAJID, Caihler. 1. If subscribers moeto other1 places O. W DUAUD wmioui miorming mo puunsiier, una - Director. MORRIS ESKRIDOK tho papers arc sent to tho former adR. M. JOLLY. dress, they are held responsible. 5. Tho courts hao decided that refus 3 TI.1E DEPOSITS. UmESr ing to take periodicals from tho oflico or removing and leaving tncni uncalled lor, is jirinia facie evidence of intentional fraud. 0. Ifsubscribers pay in advance, they aro bound to give notice at the end of tho timo if they do not wish to continue taking it; otherwise tho publisher is authorized to send it, and tho subscriber Containing 300 acres. 200 acres win uu ivBpunsiuio uiiiii mi express no- cleared , 100 in fine timber, situattice, with payment of nil arrearages is sent to tho publisher. ed on tho llardinsburg and Clover- Subscriptions. The decisions of the United States will lay the machine la no account, tho Urgo difference In our pricei, but J figure on thla ui on everything I handle, cut It as low as it can be cut. "My Motto" quick sales and small profit. Two drawer dropleof Singe- - Sewing Machines low arm, with all attachments. $10,50 Fire drawer droplenf Singer Sewing Machines, high arm, with all utmchments $11). 51) Send me a check or tho money h registir letter, nnd I will ship you a muchine to any part of the country. Respectfully, L. P. ADDISON, Addison, Ky. BANK HAEDINSBUEG t. ?0 1 Valuable Farm for Sale! Powell Olie, Troy, Ind., Lovo Story. Adam Gross, Jlewleyvlile, " Lady's Saddle. W. W. Keith, ' Subscription Nkws. Henry Gibson, Lodlburg, 10 Apple Trtei iony Mihols, Cloverport, Aieuicine unte. W. U. Mitchell. New AlUnv. Ind.. Horse Book. 4 i Blanche Shacklett, Hkrun, Ky., Subscription Nkw. J. S. Wllkerson, Cloerport, " " " Harrison Dellaven, Holt. " Hnrie Book. J. I). llHinbleton, Henderson " ' A. A. Watklns, Pueblo Col , Peyton K. Pcott, (hilleld, " Subscilplbin Nkws. V. II. Bell, llardinsburg, " Horse Book. D. i Moorman QUndeune, " Soip. J. W.Stllh, Jr, Bewleyville, " Lovrll W Mas ine. " Hold Wiitch.. . Cli veiport, Knte Oglcsby, " S..ap. D.vld Klugslt-y-, Holt, --. 5f I , D. Addivon, Ad ison, " Dictionary. " Soap. J. D. llrcgiiry, Cloverport, Wm. Hill, Garrett, " Horse Buck. " Soup. A. L. Olse, Clovorpnrt, I. J. Melton, Mauckport, Ind., Horso Book. " F. Loeh, Custer, " " ' J " ' " Geo. Harris, Mattlngly, " Sop. A. R. Mills, Vict .rin, G. D. Hkhurdion, I'ajntsvl.le " Horre Honk. J. K. Miiiinrih, lln dlnnturg " Bih!o. II. Shclton. Rock Haven, " Mmp. i t Frank Deliiuen, llardinsburg' " Wm. L Heuvin. Cloverport, " '' Johnson Dean, Olcmlcane, " Suhscrtpllin Niy. .ins r, .larnne, sr .Muoley vlllo, Ky , llorie UooU. " Snap. mil. urcgory, tlovorport, U. D. KMiurdson, Ekr. n, Hone lliok. W. J. Plfrgott, Bewlcyvilln, 10 Apple Trees. , Peyton Shumate, Kusutta, '" Horse Book. .. . T, Payne, Lodlburg, Mrs. El, Hodge, Henderson, " Soap. Sewing Machine. J. K. Mattingiy, Concordia, 'v Hone ll.ok.i J. W. Owen, Cljvcrport, .. IC II W. N, Hewley. Ekron, M. S. Wbitford, Cloverport, Subscription Nkwii Chas. Lisbon, Horse Book. C. Dellaven, llardinsburg, " Steel Kngravlngs J. W. W. Tabor, H wcsville, " Album. J. W. S. Harger, Uni n Sta- -, Subscription Ni w. 8 mil Simmons, Irvlngton, Horse Book. R. B. L grand, Guslun, Subscription Nius .. Henry linden, Mooleyvillu, it John Gregory, Cloverport, Horso Book. J. R, Johnson, llardinsburg, " Soap. ii Phil. W. West, Union Star, D. C. llerndon, Boston, Mass., Horse Hook. W. 11. Bowmer, Cloverport, Soap. Miss Annie Compton. Garfield, Hone Book. t Mrs. Kllxu Holt, Cloverport, H. Harned, Harncd, J Suit Furniture. .. Plow. J. K. Ditto, Brandenburg, Ken Wathen, Irvlngton, " Horse Book. i; " 1U Apple Trees. Alf. Robards, llardinsburg, " Soap. 'ihos. P. Davis, Bums, " Subscription Nkws. Chas. Tinius, Cloverport, tsj Mrs, A Mosley, Stcphcnsport, Horse Book. jouy meaaor, llardinsburg, Jas, W. Mattlngly, Clovorport, " " " Lee Walls, Sample, " SnJdle. A. M. Hardin, Lodlburg, "Subscription Nkmth. W. Vt. Bowling, Brandenburg, " Horio Book. " 10 Apple 1'rees. Willis Clark, Cloverport. h " " C.C. Smith, Omton, S. L. Sulier, Csnnelton, led., Horse Book. " F. N. Deiluy, Cloverport, " " John Asklns, Rock Lick, ' S np. r " Horse Book. Walter Chirk, llardinsburg, ' Mrs. R. E. Reynolds, Findley, 0., " " Milton Lockard, Irvlngton, Ky., Huburlution Ni Wi Mary Orondorf, Clllton Mills, " " Boyd Bros , Irvlngton. " Horse Book. " Sosii. M. Sklnucr, Hardinsburir, a. iv. vessels, unojoiia, Trea. ufjfiuitbn. gf Chas. Haynes, Keo, Ark., soap. John T, II iyts, Cloverport, Horso Bonk, " " Horse Book. LOUISYILLE, JQyMention this paper. ' KY.! i A CITY LUXURY. Just as the city looks to the country for most of the luxuries used on its tables, so the country must turn to the city for those convenhouseiences which are justly termed luxuries for the to save time is to wife. City housekeepers have learned to realize that hard-workin- g S lengthen n is one of the best known city luxuries and each time a cake is used an hour is saved. On floors, tables and painted work it acts like a charm. For scouring pots, pans and metals it has no equal. IF YOUR SAPOLIO I life. STOREKEEPER DOES NOT KEEP IT YOU SHOULD INSIST UPON HIS DOING SO, as it always gi es satisfaction and its immense sale all over the United States makes it an almost necess.tfy article to store. Everything shines after its use, and even the any children delight in using it in their attempts to help around the house. well-suppli- HERE WE ARE AGAIN Furniture in endless varie- ! ty. am now hack at my old 1 -- stand and respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. FUBSMSTURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. W. W. Sm this description applied to Field Marshal Von Moltke. But it will bo still truer of the successful leader in the next Euiojieaii war. A dispatch from Lon don shows how England is preparing for the change. Itsajs "An elaborate 8) stem of war telegraph Ing has been arranged between the ml miralty department and the postofflce. It is now possible by this arrangement upon slun t notice to connect every telegraph btatiou on the const directly with tho admiralty office." Quite a contrast between the old pict ure of "the duke of Wellington riding ubout amid fue and cannon bulls" and a military leader who does his work BiPoisons in Cosmetics. It seems to bo tho fashion for young tting at a desk in un oflico liko a merladies with pimples and blotches on chant, conning bulletins ftora his ari ous subordinates as they their faces to make experiments with "ticker," and dispatching come in on a orders, not by cosmetics. Madamo PiHypafTy various but by telegraphic dis compound, patch, just as a speculator wires advertises her foreign-name- d his A JOUHNAL FOlt ADVJJltTlSEltS composed of a combination of poisonous broker to "buy ten September!" There min ral substances that deaden and is nothing dramatic about that way of Is issued weekly, and is the representative Tho burden tho delicate substances of tho conducting a campaign. Journal the trade Journal of American ndver poetry is knocked out of Users. skin. There are no complexions liko It indicates to tbe inexperienced adver war, those that nature gives. Tho tonic, even and it has become a grim business User how, when, and where he should advci in its superficial aspects, as it alstrengthening and health-givin- g eflects ways was in its underlying tlioj how to wrltoan advertisement! "w reality. of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) permit nadisplay onej whut newspapers to use; how much m wau Kte Wisconsin. money to expend In fact, discourses on every ture to work her will in this respect, as thousands of ladies, both young and old, "Nip your cough in tho bud," bv tak- point that admits of profitable discussion. Adhave discovered. The cheapest and ing "0. C. 0. Certain Cough Cure," a vertising Is an art practiced by many-- but un- dersteod by few. The conductors of Printers' most beautiful complexions depend on pleasant and effectual remedy. Ink understand It, and their advloe Is based on Sold by J. W. Owen. health and vigor. It is the olllco of an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e years Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) to give vigor In placing advertising contractl for many of and tone and health to tho system, and the largest and most successful advertisers. A in this way to give lustre to the eye and AT year's subscription costs but two dollars : samroses to the cheeks. ple copies Free. Address : BOCKXIOK, KY. p, Ilie lrb hi Wur. 'The great general of tho future," said a prominent military critic uot long ago. "will be a ijniet man at the end of a telegiaph wire.' To u certain extent port Turnpike, two miles West of llardinsburg and eight miles East ofClovcrpoit. Forty acres sown in wheat, forty acres good corn ground, nnd twenty acres for oats, ten acres for tobacco, the remainder in grass. Improvements, one dwelling and two tenant bouses, two barns, and well supplied with water the year round, two orchards, ono bearing, the other just sot out. This is a splendid farm and well suited for raising stock. Will be sold at a low price snd on reasonable terms. For further particulars address J. T. ROBARDS, llardinsburg, Ky. Printers' Ink pictur-esqueness- of 1 1 L4ND SALE! Mill and working machinery, good stenu Mr. J. G. Stephens, of Holt, one of tho power, cattle, bogs nnd farming luiplementi, best farmers in tho State, was in tho city Varm consists of 100 acres, 75 In good cultlva yesterday attending the Farmers' Insti- tion, 2 In Oak timber, well Improrwl, and will sell at auction tab tn the hlgheit and belt tute. Owensboro Messenger. bidder, all together or leperate. Sale to take placa on Saturday, Man.li 28th, at Uncle Wok, Dr. Acker's English Fills Breokenrldge Co. Ky. Any one can mo me or correspond with me nt Add-o- n, Ky. Termi Arc activo, eiroctivo and pure. For sicli easy an J made known on day of sale, headache, disordered stomach, loss of II L. MORTON, Addlmn, Ky. appetite, bad complexion and biliousness, they have never been equaled, ran tiik nr.ooD, eilher in America or abroad. For Sale " ' ' ' UUouiiiCM. talc by G. W, Short, Cloverport, Ky., and UllOWN'S inON BITTEItS. It cures .mlcklr. For mlo by all tleale.--a In Witt A Moalor, llardinsburg, Ky. medicine. uil tho genuine. i OE0. P. ROW ELL CO., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 Sprue St., Now York. For Sale. combined bred horse. Doth young and sound. Addren Jsh 0. Stkimimr, Pr or J. 0. Stkpiikxh, Ji. Holt, Ky. Fitherof our Ptalllonj llrown'a MiQuald, highly bred trotter or Harpy Thought, a Examine lUbbago'Hiiew line of queens-war- e. 0. P. Phillips, Lyonli, Subscription Nkws. G. M. Younger, Cluvcrp irt, Soap, Geu. Harned, Custer, II rsd Book. , W. W.Hrown, West VIow, " " " -- " Snip. A.. L. Howard, Cloverport, f. Dr. D. 0. Pusey, Hraudenourg, " " C. 11. Woatherholt, Tublnsport, Ind , Soap. K. C. Morion, Cloverport, Ky., Horso Hook. ' W. V. Miles, Gmett, " " Chas. B. Sklllman, " " " II. T. Oliver, ConsUtlm, " " " H. A. Olie. Cloverport, " " S. M. Wnthor, Ekron, " M. Brushoar. Lodlburg, " F. Nat Ahl, Mowequ, 111., Soap. " ll,rsu B.nk. Alex lloyd, Cloterpjrt, ' J. W. Bramard, " 10 Apple Tries. M.P. Compton, Gatfi-ll.ula Askius, Stephoiisiiort, " Horse Honk. W. G, Clay comb, Webster, Prof, Shacklett, llardinsburg, Surk D. Huynes, uayiuuo, " Snip. it Wm.O'to, Irvlngton, Hirkshlre Pig. f J? Horse Buul. J. W. Vest, Cloverport, I.ucy .Moorman, llardiusburg,.' Sophia Meador, Skillmau, M. B. Tilford, Louisyille, S. B. Adkisson, Cloverport, Cincinnati Cooperage Co., Hnwesvllle, Ky., 1 I'iyi Wagon. Dr. J. T, Owen, Cloverport, Ky., Horso Book. Dr. Wm. Mllner, Unlou Star, Ky., Soap. " llnrse Book. Jas. U. Stephens, Holt, L. D. Doweil, Sample, Mary J. Br ishear, Lodlburg, Thos. Urecnwell, CuH'.er, Miss Sallle Miller, Wiishlnaton, D. C, Subscription Nkws, D. C. SUIT, Union Star, Ky., Horse Book. Wash. Gregory, Moawi qua, III., Soap, Wm. Lamb, lllalr, Ky., 10 Apple Trees. W. 0. Allen, Cloverport, Ky., Soap. W. 0. Brandon, Horso Book Dr. U. W. Rial, Cunnelton, Ind., Horso Book. Chas. Miller, llardinsburg, Ky., r, - Soap. W. A. Jully. McQuady, - Horse Book. Geo. W. Beaty, Victoria, i J. L. Falrleigb, Brandenburg, Ky., Horse Book. t F. M. Daniel, Mammoth Spring, Ark., Soip. Mrs. F. M. Board, Gurfield, Ky., Soap. Rev. O. N. Jolly, Sardls Subscription Nms. F. P. Gilpin, Webster, Horse Book. IMdy Payne, Clllton Mills, .. Scan. w m. Foushce, Brandenburg. Horse lliok. Dr J. K. Hayes, llardinsburg, Ky., Soap. A - . " Mrs. Thos. Bohler, Cloverport, .. .. Julius llardinj Beard & Beeier, llardinsburg, Subrorlptlon Nkwh. -, . ii. ii. ureenwe I. woo ovvi lie. Kuan. W.Q. McOlll, Spring Lick. Wm. Gilpin, Custer, Horso Book J. II. .MtUuvock, Cloverport, W, J. Glastoock, MoDaniels, 10 1 ...1 Vrmmt JOS. SeltZ. IlrAmliinlkiir 61 SSJ. ..'l'. Percy Carson, Cloverport, Horso Uunk.TP R. B. Pierce, A. B. Sklllman, Soap. Fat. Teeff, llardinsburg. Horso Bo.k. W. Rhodes, Rhodeliu. J. SubicrlptUn Nkwj Jus. Priest. Lost Run, rt - r Ryan Hunger, Kkron, Soap. $ Miss Llzte lltcks, Cluverpnrt, Wm. L. Wheatlv. Hoik Link. Horse Book. B. L. Hardaway, Mlnot, N. Dakota. V Walker Boord, Holt, Ky., R. F. Wurfleld, Louisville, Ky , v F. B. Lyons, Custer, Soap. . airs, josie t'llo, Constantino, Horse Uojk. Dr. J. M. Walker, Bewloyvllle, Ky. Geo. Weatherh.ilt, Tohlnsport, Ind. d, 1 irt, " ii ,i SARAL I JmJ Jlli JLJ BIBLES OUTSELL ALL OTHERS. FAMILY i In our subscription line ecry proper name is dlldnl Into nyllnbles, mid the accent mark p! icid ovir tliermpuatlcs) liable, bo tout lUule readers cao tell at a glance tlio proper prouuticl iitloiibf tlionoril. THE GREATEST AID EVER PUT INTO A SUBSCRIPTION BIBLE This superb edition Ii printed from NKW Er.KCTHOTVra n.ATI-- S. made from Urge, moil-rr- 'i clear tipi', nnd pronounced by eminent autliorltl.s to ho tho most nccurutB andaiuablo I in of the Holy nihle ever mudoln l bin country. Wulimv mltW-- l inuny oilier iii'wninl tuluublo iruliuv lo our lino ol'ltlbloM, i II EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY TO SUCCESS. 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