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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1891. REMINISCENCES. IIY A.V TrndcstiCtn, this newspaper'' eulates in the homo of peoyic buying the kind of goods you may have to sell. Moral Invlts them to your store. VOL. XV. OUR BRANDS OF FLOUR ARE NQ, '3(. DID YOU KNOW THAT ' NONE SUCH, DAILY BREAD, SATISFACTION, BOYD'S ENTIRE. No. 10. None Such is made by talcing from each bushel of wheat only about 6 lbs of the very finest flour it contains. This is accomplished 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 make flour. 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 cash or good referto-da- y, lly nn easy transition from subjects not pleasant to contemplate, but which the writer could not Ignoro and yet be a faithful chronicler of events, to those more congenial to his feelings, reforenco is next had to tho county's lcprcscnta-tio- n in tho General Assemblies of Kentucky sinco tho year 1800. Tho names enrolled will servo to remind some, and Inform others, of thoo who havo been instructed to mnko laws for the government of the people. These names are recorded at Fiankfort, and they may yet be upon tho pages of unwritten history. They aro as follows: William HarCharles Polk, 1800-- 7; John Storrett, din, 1810-1- 3; Huston, 1813, died in office and vacancy filled by Win. Hardin; James Edward Chew, Moorman, 1817-1-8; Itobcrt Stephens, 1810; David 2; David Stephens, It. Murray, John 1820; Anselm Wntkins, 1827-- 8; 0; Jefferson Jennings, Calhoon, 1832; Henry Washington, 1837; Alfred Allen, 1838; Ben Smithers, 1841-- 2; Charles Hambleton, 1843--1; Joseph T. Nnthanicl S. Lightfoot. Smith, 1845-4- 5; 1847; Joseph A. McClarty, 1818; John B. Bruner, 1840-5- 0; Joshua II. Thomas, 1853-- 5; 1851-- 3; Thomas Alexander, William A. Gideon P. Jolly, 1855-- 7; David 0. Gnnnawuy, Barton, 1857-- 0; 1850-0- 1; but Alfred Allen, 1801-0- 7, elected State Treasin-e-r in 1800 and succeeded in the Legislature by Charles AlJohn Allen Murray, exander, 1800-0- 7; 1807-- 9; Dudloy Hambleton, 1809-7-1; Jonas D. Wilson, 1871-- 3; Thomas M. Miller, 1873-- 5; J. W. Drury, 187W1; Thomas J. Lewis, 1877--8 ; It. It. Pierce, 1879-8-0; E. Green W. Beard, 1881-- 2; It. Pennington, 1883-- 4; Charles Bland-for1885-- 8; Tico Jolly, 1889-0- 0. 1811-24-25; Jos-ep1814-15-10; 1820-21-21829-30-4d, David It. Murray was elected State Senator while a resident of Hawesvillc, subsequently removed temporarily to Colorado during tho excitement regarding the rich mines discovered there, but did not resign his position as Senator, and wns recognized nt Frankfort during tho session as the "Senator from Colo- V ences. rado." Hon. Lafu Green, of Falls of Hough, was subsequently State Senator one term, succeeded by Dr. Byers, of Grayson county, and tho position is now being ably filled by James S. Woithnm, of Loitchfield. Tho farm on Long Lick, the lata residence of Thomas J. Low is, deceased, was owned and occupied successively by Mr. Anselm Watkins, Dr. J. II. Thomas, and Mr. Lowis, and eaeli ono of these represented tho county in the Legislature. It might bo a good investment for some aspiring gentleman to buy tiiat farm and thus place himself in tho line of safo precedents for political preferment. named, fifteen wero residents of Hardinsburg, four of Cloverport, llvo from the Long Lick section, three from tho Bewieyvillc section, two from Holt's Bottom, two from Quality Corner, two from the upper part of tho county, two from tho Union Star section, ono from Clover Creek, and two from other sections. Tho average term of service is something over two years, although a number served longer, but it will bo remembered that previous to tho adoption of tho present Constitution, sessions wero held annunlly. Previous to tho election of Representatives in 1877, tho "Grange" movement had taken shape an organization somewhat similar to tho present Farmers' Alliance. A long period of depression had existed and the farmers concluded to make some effort to bolter their conditiona proceeding of the greatest importance, and certainly demanded by every consideration. Accordingly steps weio taken on this now idea; radical measures wero proposed and to a considerable extent carried into effect; middle men wero to bo knocked out, buying all to bo done from first hands; "Grango Stores" wero opened in towns and different neighborhoods in tho country, on tho plan; old merchants wero ignored by many, notwithstanding theso same merchants had supplied them with food and clothing on credit for years. These and many other matters introduced in tho interest of reform, it was hoped, would soon bring about better times. As a result of theso things, n majority perhaps of Grangers wero elected to tho Legislature noxt succeeding, session of 1877-- 9; at any rato thoy had sufficient strength to shape business to suit their ideas, and it was known us tho "Grango" Legislature. Thoy reduced tuxes, in tho interest of the farmer, it was supposed, but, singularly enough, neglected to reduce expenses at tho samo time even collected in full tho usual prico for their own services? including mileage and stationery. Tho result was a deficit in tho treasury, which tho next Legislature session of 1879-8- 0 was called on to provide for by increasing tho taxes again and reducing salaries, fees nnd other expenses. Much of this curtailing of expenses was did away with by the succeeding meeting of tho General Assembly. In the meantime tho Grango movement had been found not to work well ; bickerings and dissonsions arose ; Granges differed as to tho course to bo V BOYD EROS., IRVINGTON, KY. if You Have GONSUMPTiOH COUGH OR GOLD BRONCHITIS Throat Affactlcn SCROFULA Wasting of Fle:h Or any Dlteme where the Throat and Lungi are Inflamed, Zacle of Strength or Kerve fewer, yoxt can te relieved and Cured by SCOTT'S EMULSION PURE COD LIVER GIL OF V Of the Representatives ft. r Atlcfor Scott' Bmuiilon, and let no w planatton or eollcltatlon induce you to accept a tuMltute. With Hypophosphltes. PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all Druggists. I 1COTT & DOVVNE, Chemists, N.Y. t. B 5. Dr. BULL'S facilitates Xetthlua an regulates ino uowets. a ABY SYRUP!all druggists, l'rioe cis. V life lievos I Cough, f f W f rl VW u U CVPIIP At IHwr Asthma, Consumption, nndro- Con8umntivw W persons. Prico 25 cts. DIB I I DUPBLsU 9 Q Cures Coughs, Colds, W Bronchitis, Croup, Whooping Incipient nil druggists. IT ," ru (iuv!u lti.1 ti ii li V?QT tor-ariia Ii y ill, y aayougo SlOn ssssl?Cj on. Ili iti ,t tit. .iart.ai.1 uuiaany wrtof Mri.ll .(cm. Iii bunia.rlT mrric tiiuniaota only to llm.r Ortal inf .11 ruurAll U n.w. Hi. work iy 81IIK for e.rrr wufktr. t Hart you. furnlihlnr r n I rl llnsriil.lyJ.)iiiR. ti imoiU lurL'.l ratlcr. a can ii ukv v. hiuth, tut fruni f 3 to trk Low , KA81I.Y. KIEV IIILY laarrieiC 1'AltritlJLAltH 1IIF.K. Addreaa one. HUADOX 10., lUItTUiU, 11111, nmklntr. . ..ra it e tcvcH r smstroi ?i yfiSi fo To euro Biliousness, Sick Ilcadacho, Constipation, Malaria, Liver Complaints, tako tho snfo and certain remedy, V SMITH'S BILE BEANS bultlO). Beans to tho SMAMj theTHKY ABE Size (401lttloCONVENIENT. TUB MOST Ago". nil Bnitnbla Jor 23c. per Ilotllo. wlto. X'rlco of lino KISSSMfiT-l7-70'a!SWKEf- f 1 ttrit t, to ,rB er iti tnpi). 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Our tours around the city were moro limited hero, owing to tho severe Her Journey From "Salt lake. the old order of tilings. illness of onoipf our pntty ; still wo manMn. Editor. I have left my travelers aged to see much to admire. I think But tho prospects of tho farmer havo not improved. Everything raised for in Salt Lake City so long I am afraid Denver tho prettiest city I havo ever market ho has been compelled to sell nt thoy havo forgotten their own identity, visited. Tho streets are broad and a unrenumemting prices, while paying but circumstances havo been such I good system of street railway all over high for wlint ho buys. With debts pil- could not rcsumo tho journey at an tho city. Elegant homes are numerous, ing up, mortgages increasing, and want earlier date. Wo left Salt Lake City ono and the business blocks aro substantial staring him in the face, it is not strange morning nt 11 o'clock nnd reached Den- nnd handsome stone figures extensively that he hopes by another move, now ver at 8 the noxt evening. Tiio scenery in tho buildings, and much red stono made, to cxtricato himself from these on the Rio Grande Western R. R. is al- used. AVo visited Ellich's Garden, tho troubles. This timo it is tho Farmers' most indescribable, and I am sure it Tnbor Grand Opera House, and various Alliance nn improvement, let us hope, would require a much abler pen than other places of interest, and indulged in upon tho Grange move, but similar to it mine to give you even n faint idea of its Btreotcar rides all over tho principal to Denver, in many respects. It remains to bo beauty and grandeur. We stopped in lines. Wo said good-by- e seen whether or not it will share the Ogdcn about twenty minutes, but of feeling that wo had left much unseen. We traveled through Nebraska alfato of its predecessor. We truly hope courso saw little of the main part of the city. A loquacious porter informed us most tho entire dny before reaching it may better tho farmer's condition, but that most of tho inhabitants between Knnsns City. Somo portions of the already there aro indications of disagreement among themselves that bodes no Ogden and Grand Junction were Mor- country wero beautiful nnd somo of the mons. Quite a number of tho inhabi- towns thrifty looking, but many of the good for the order. tants of this region live in dugouts or little towns wore a slack, underground houses. We saw several appearanco, and wero adorned with Ono mistake appears common to various organizations that is, running them that seemed miles away from any other very few substantial looking houses. into politics. The Alliance is no excep- habitation, and imagined their owners When wo reached Kansas City, our relation, and yet there is surely patriotism hermits who had become soured against tives and friends gave us a hearty weland sound principles in ono or tho other humanity in general and sought seclu- come, nnd wo wero only too glad to acof tho two great political parties suff- sion where he could rommuno with na- cept of their kind hospitality and rest after our long journey. I nm fond of icient to npprccinto tho needs of tho ture and havo only animals ns companfarmer nnd laboring classes generally, ions. We pitied him in his loneliness, Kansas City; there is so much enterprise, push, nnd go there. She is indeed and make laws accordingly. Tho crea- nnd wondered why so many men soured njgainst the world. Is it a bustling city, and though tho cry of tion of a third party will not avail. Elect to ollico good, honest men, compe- the fault of tho world or of tho man? hard times is heard now, I think she tent to discharge tiio duties thereof; Others of theso dugouts would have will soon pull through with flying colhold them to strict accountability in ev- children swarming about tho doors, ors. Gov. Crittenden has an elegant, ery respect ; see that they are faithful to evincing happiness within ; truly love in spacious home there on First Avenue, aifd I sin told ho dispenses hospitality their trusts, and tho interests of all not a cottage. We stopped for awhilo in a little min- in true Kentucky style. Kansas City of a class will bo promoted. Politics, when lugged in out of place, is the bane ing town up in tho mountains, and saw lias a thorough system of cable nnd eleccoming out of tric cars. of all organizations for ameliorating the the cars loaded with l tho mines. It was just before sunset After several delightful weeks spent condition of mankind. and many of the miners wero on their in that delightful city, I left forDecatur, but 111., for a shoit stay. Decatur is n thrivThe writer has witnessed tho rise and homeward way, all whistling merrily, for in mnny cases the ing city, surrounded by a fertile and fall of societies which, but for the politics, might have accomplished good wife was standing hi tho door of lovely country. Whilo there I called much good. Temperance societies were their humble homo with a rollicking upon Mr. Robert Clary and family. Mr. at ono timo very popular, and it was un- baby in her arms waiting to welcome Clary is an old resident of Meade, derstood that there wero to bo no poli- tho futher. Tho little village seemed where his boyhood was spent. I reachtics in it, and yet no sooner than able to full of women nnd children, and a ed Louisville tho day of tho great DemWhen 1 stand alone, it must bo associated with healthy, hardy looking set thoy were. ocratic victory, Nov. 4th. politics; its downfall was a natural con- The sun was quite low when we viewed found myself onco more in the dear old sequence. Tcetotnlism followed in its Castle Rock, rendering it even more State, my heart gave n throb of joy, and wake, but to be stranded upon tho same weird in appearance. It is" a massive it wns sweet to breathe tho atmosphere TEitnKi.i.. rock. Prohibition, as nt present con- pile of rock hundreds of feet, high, and of homo onco moic. ducted, will fare no better. Extremists looks like the pictured ruins of some old Why suffer sleepless nights when do not have tho patienco requisite to ac- castle, hence its name. Wo watched complish great teforms; people must bo tho sun set and tho last glimmer of day your baby is not well? You can buy fade into nothingness, and sighed to Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup at all drug stores educated up to these salient points. was ovor for that day. for a quarter of a dollar. think sight-seein- g Wo point with pride to the mnny What moral suasion fails to effect, it is We took tho narrow guago ,it 11:30 p. m. at Grand Junction. Wo wero up by cures performed by Old Saul's Catarrli poorly worth while to attempt by coercion. In tho beginning good nnd evil daylight tho next morning ready to view Cure. Young nnd old unito in tho wero set before men; they choso evil tho beauties of Black Canon, which wo praise of this wonderful remedy. For rather than. good, becauso their deeds entered about 5 o'clock. Tio scenery sale by all dealers. Price 25 cents. were evil. Teach them so that they through tho canon is rather but I think all the adjectives in tho may "cease to do ovii and learn to do good," nnd this by degrees ; don't aim English lnnguago were exhausted in our OF to reform everything at onco; don't efforts to express our admiration. Hugo look for perfection in anything. There rocks hundreds of feet high towered on are too many societies, in the church cither side, and great bowlders would and out of tho church, which causes di- project out over the track seemingly vided effort, each tending to weaken or ready at any momont to fall and crush antagonize the other, whereas "in union us. The rocks w ro varied in color and Capital Stock $25,000. there is strength." Concentrated effort, of many queer shapes. At times tho B. F. BEARD, President. moral suasion, in place of divided coun- rocks would diminish in size on one WILL MILLKU, cils, enforced morality. Tho law pun- sido of tho canon, then wo would linvo n M. II. BEAIID, Cashier. foliage, queer lookishes offenders, but does not make men view of many-hue- d ") ing plants and a few wild flowers. Tho O. W. BEAKD honest. Directors, MOKUIS KSKHIDOK Colorado river wends its way through It. M. JOLLY. J If you've got a pain or ache or a this canon, nnd is n beautiful stream, IJiTEIiSr PAID M TIV1E DEPOSITS. bruibo, Salvation Oil will reach the case sometimes smooth and calm, and you instantly. Prico 25 cents. can almost imagino you sec tho mounAttention Voters. By resolution pass- tain trout sporting around, then again ed by our Legislature, all good citizens rushing over rocks, bubbling and whirlD. W. SLOAN, aro requested to uso Dr. Bull's Cough ing and in hasto to bo gone. Is now prepared to furnish on short Just nfter leaving tho canon old Sol Syrup and recommend samo as the peonotice Coal and Feed, to any part of tho ple's remedy for coughs, colds, etc. 25 made his appearance and gave us tho city. His plnco of business is at Hall's countenance. A benefit of his sun-li- t cents. Call on him. clear sunriso is always beautiful, but corner. s.ilc, n good mare, for cnli or cash notes. Gen. Johnston's Death. viewed, af wo did thnt, from a mountain 17or Taylor llcurd, Ilardlntlmr);, K. Philadelphia Times: Johnston was with no moving object in sight except sale, el(;lt fine young horses, well lircd an ablo man, n bravo officer, a high-tone- d our train and its passengers, and no hab- ITlor broke to harness, fnc of them Culler's. Kd. llennctt, llewlejilllc, Ky. gentleman and thoroughly hon- itation near, it seemed to possess oven a est and upright in every walk of life. greater grandeur. Perhaps w o wero inHo outlived tho animosities of tho war clined to regard it that way because our views of the sun were usually taken I hare the single Comb White Lelgborn and was honored by men of all parties. Chicken and can furnlih Eggs at $1.00 for Chicago Herald: By reason of his somo timo nfter ho made his first appear-ancsetiluis at the pen, or $1.50 per setting by exRunning a road successfully press. My chickens are pure stock aud the courteous manners nnd fino abilities, no country. Satisfaction best layers less than as n result of his patriotic ac- through this region is certainly a great guaranteed. In tho Addposs of engineering and mechanical ceptance of tho changed conditions piece DAVIS 0. JOHNSON, fashBetrleyvtlle, Ky. brought about by tho war, ho came to skill. The road winds in a bo highly regarded at tho North as well ion up tho mountain, sometimes foiin-in- g Brockenridge Circuit Court. almost a perfect horso shoo. There ns at the South. wero three loups at ono part of'tho load, Chicago Times: When tho war was and in making' tho ascent wo could look Geo. W. Amies' Adtn'r No lice In Equity. vs. over Gen. Johnston urged ids frionds'to back and sco tho track in threo different Mftv .T. IrmM. return to their homos and mnko tho A1 nnnni llAvtnt. fllatlUS APllnSt the eS- places that wo had passed over. Wo best effort to undo tho evils of tho' past. George W. Armts, deceased, are hereby passed through miles ot snow sheds and tate of to produee said claims before me pronotified Having fought bravely for his section, forests. Tho mountain is covered perly proven, on or before the 1st day of April and having been fairly conquered, ho pino with tall pino trees. Before entering 1891. threw tho weight of his personality into Given under my hand this March 1st 1891. tho Arkansas or Grand Canon, an obV. Q. BABBAQE, M. C. B. 0. 0. tho scale for a restoration of tho Union servation car wns attached to our train and tho burial of all bitterness. Brockonridno Circuit Court and wo all took scats on that, which enSt. Louis Globo Democrat: History abled us to get a much better view of Geu.0. Hawkins1 Adm'r Notice in Equity. will undoubtedly accord 1dm tho most vs. tho canon. This canon is even more r..a 1 conspicuous placo next to Leo among beautiful than tiio Black Canon tho Kl.l, ... Ifi.ivl.lnil i, .to. J ii All persons naving claims ngainii iuo esthe Confederate commanders in tho late rocks higher and more varied in color- tate oi George 0. Hawkins, deceased, are hereby notified to produce said claims before me war. It will, at least, bo said that if his ing. properly proven, on or before tho 1st day of plans had been carried out two of tho A Scotchman on board tho car wont April, 1891. great campaigns of tho war that of into ecstacics ovor the sconory ; said wo Given under my band this 1st day of March V.O. BABBAQE, M.O. B.C.O. Vicksburg and that of Atlanta might had no ancient ruins or castles to boast 1891. not havo been as successful to tho Union of, but our natural scenery surpassed side as thoy wore. anything in Scotland. Tho highest rock Sealed bids for building the Iron Fence Indianapolis News: It was a tribute in Grand Canon towers 2,100 feet abovo to his character, a testimony to his tho track. Wo passed over tho Swing- around the Court House Square, willupbeto re- 2 ceived at the County Judge's office, great courtesy and gcntlo dignity that ing Bridge, also in this canon; it is o'clock p. ro., on Wednesday, March 18th. ho could thus win and prcsorvo his swung from tho rocks on either sido, The length of fenoe will be five hundred and forty-fou- r Paling to Inches e placo in tho quarter of a century that ho and has no support from below. Mar- sixty-fiv- and feet. leu than bi square. not high survived tho great rebellion. Peaco to shall's Pass is tho highest point reached, Four gates, Hoe posts, gates, posts and corner his ashes. On fame's eternal camping tho altitudo being 10,850 feet. It is posts to be of Iron and well set In the ground. Bidders are requested to furnish a sample of ground ho will havo a placo and wel- hero that any ono with very weak lungs their fence on the ground. Contract for cash come among tho bravo soldier comrades experiences such difficulty in breathing. when work Is complete. Thomas Adk'sion.) that havo gone before. Several persons in advanced stages of Com. Ben T.Miller, consumption havo died at this point. Hillary McGary. J Can't Sleep Nights After leaving Marshall's Pass our noxt Is tho complaint of thousands suffering point of interest was Pike's Peak. Wo from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. had n very good view of it; also witDid you ever try Dr. Ackor's English nessed a snow storm somo distance from Remedy? It is tho best preparation us. Colorado City is quito attractive as known for all Lung troubles. Sold on a viowed from tho depot, but wo did not -- ruotrr positive guarantco at 25c. and 50c. by G, stop long enough to tako in tho beauties V. Short, Olovorport, Ky., and Witt & of tiio town. Wo reached Denver at 8 Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. p. m. Wo had to possess our souls in V Witt IS EC That That That That That Witt Witt Witt Witt Witt & Meador TJIE-BES- l ARE SELLING IN TOWN. O it Meador have the cheapest linc"OfS!narjrirrtown. & Meador havo ES LOT OF I V down-at-tlu-he- cl marked their gqods down in reach of nil. Meador have the best lino of dross goods in lowii.' it it Meador have the best trade in Hardinsburg. & Meador have the best assortment of Gent's Neckwear " nnd .Suspenders over exhibited in Hardinsburg. & Meador aro tho leading Druggists in Hardinsburg.!,. That Witt That Witt & Meador have tho best Garden Seed on tho market. That Witt it Meador aro doing the business of this placo. That Witt it Meador have the best line of Cigars and Tobacco in'town That Witt it Meador invite special attention of the Ladies "and Young Men. Ladies, call and see our line of Lawns and Ginghams before buying. Iioj's, give us a call and see our display of Neckwear, and you will agree with us that we have the best lino in town. WITT & MEADOR, HARDINSBURG, KY. be-co- EE3 ci-a- V fElPiiil! d, tnix-turo'- ii 0 CD - The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil priccsj can be found at BANK HAEDIBTSBUIta We carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, 86.50, $7.50, $9.00 and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, $2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a line of Rubber Goods, such as Horso Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. Wo carry a lino of Novelties, such as Tail Tics, Tho Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, Ilatnes and Chains, Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found nt our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay you to examine our stock. o jgjsLjaAvn nrpn'inrf m. muav- m ia imm it jiFWim wf aoo 3D- - ZESwfIZBUjiEJTOIfcT.. Notice. have secured tho service of Mr. Ctua. B. Miller, D. S., under Mr. J. S. DoJernette, to assist me In winding up my business ns All persons Indebted to me fur taxes up to and Including the year 1890, are requested to settle with him, just the samo ao they would with myself. As I am anxious ti bring my business as shot Iff to a close, and must collect up the unpaid taxes in order to meet By settling with him my Indebtedness. promptly you will greatly obllgi one that is under many obligations to the peoplo of county, for past favors bsstowed upon him. Yours respectfully, D. II. SEVERS, Ex-Breck-eurid- Hambleton House HARDINSBURG, KY. - Proprietor, B01NG.TURPIN, This house is now open for business. It has been thoroughly overhauled, repaired and refurnished s throughout and is now in condition. We solicit the traveling public to give us a call. Rates reasonable. lirtt-chis- I COAL FEED! B. G. TURPIN, PropV. LouisviHeJiafdinsburg&Western R, R. Eggs for Sale. o. No. 5 TIME TABLE Taking Effect at 5.00 o'clock a. m. Sunday September 28, 1890. West Hound Trains Kat Hound Trains Daily Dally 153liy Oally STATIONS, ex Sun. ex bun ex hun. ex Sun. 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Can sell a farm from 40 to 400 acres, at prices from $2U0 to $4000. Musi have good payment down. Liberal deduction for all cash, but will give liberal timo on safe trades. Have several farms for rent. Address V. Q. BUHTON, J283m Rock Vale, Ky. 'onhtrartmlnleiiritEWIIixerwori,, r.lMltT aiitl li.tiof.Ll.. bv tlifiM nt tliliri,tiiiiiror tM,and Inlh.lr oulurilltlr.,litr..cflk.;ll,t.ikiir fin. r.n da lh. un.t i.i.iaIhr. Ws Ainilih rjtliln,r. tt tort jrou. No rl.k. lout.n d.rol. 7V.iri.r.in.n.iii., ur.ll Juurttltl.lO tli HOrk. IbU Mill .utlrvljr litw l..d,.nit Lriniti woiiii.rnil taccfu tu wry work.r. Ikclniifn it. Hfuliif fruin tti to 5U Mr w..k 4 urrw.rdi, nil mot. nr r lllll. lfl.no.. W n nimliU jou .ro. it rm.iit anil tratlirrut KICK. Naaixatntipl.lfibar.. Ih. Sal) nation lUkk. l'KUJJ A CO., illltan, JUIKE. Ave thousend for Sale. Notice. in Effect Bee, 16, 1888, d Lv. Louisville 8:45 a,tn...9:00 p.m...4jlU p.m. Arr St. Louis 7:45 " ...7:25 ' 9:50 p.m. Evansville 2:25 " For further Information, call on or address, JOS. S 0DI0RNE, Qen'l Pais. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. mmn A MAN WANTED I GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for and two or three other counties. We want to employ a live encrgetto man to net as our agent and iquad manager, In this Will Pay $75.00 por Month Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cetncnt, Mich igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, to a suitable party. Applicant will be required to give a bond for (300, and furnish a good horse and buggy. No ono need apply who cannot comply with this requirement. Address with references, stating age and former employment, SHIETS D. BARRAGE. BUY YOUR Pine & Poplar Shingles al- Tho Southwestern Pub. House, 153 & 155 Spruce Street, . NASHVILLE, TENH. Brick, Plow Handles, Pino Flooring ways kept on hand. Orders accompanied by cash promptly filled. Attorney at Uw, courthouse Hardinsburg, Ky. Havo your Job work tlone nt this office- - ,, wmiUmmmr Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, - HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. V. (LHAUHAUU L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. nolNCl WEST. BEWLEYVILLE. The sidewalks are in a deplorable con" f dition. Large sales made at the Cash Store last Meek. Mr. R. M. Jolly, Irvington, was in town Friday. Mr. C. M. Sanders, of Ellznbethtown was in town Tuesday. Mr. Geo. E. Drury returned from Louisvillo Wednesday morning. Mr. A. Taylor, of Rosetta, attended the entertainment Tuesday evening. Mr. W. T. Beeler, representing Johnston Bros., Louisvillo, was in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Wimp, Irvington, attended the entertainment Tuesday evening. Mrs. C. II. Drury anil children are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Moreman, Brandenburg. Mrs. John Frakes returned to Brandenburg, Saturday, alter a visit to her brother, Mr. Chas. II. Drury. ' Messrs. Jones Mercer and Geo. Newman, of Irvington, attended the entertainment Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Jolly, Mr. aud Mrs. Boyd, and Miss Rec Washington, of Irvington, Mrs. Edgar Bennett and children, of Summerseat, attended the en BRANDENBURG. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo are authorlied to announce 0U8. W. IlICIlAllDSON, aft a candidate for re election In the Legislature frum jMsnde county, aulijrct to the action if the Democratic primary, June 1.1, 1891. We are authorised to nnnounce WILL NOT CANVASS. TUE OLD RELIABLE Al'lllL 1, 1801. I'.dltor f moor, Will Remain at His, Post. FitANKi-oitT- Mr. Addams, Brother or Mrs. Long Ky., March This afternoon the writer conversed witli Mr. Addanis, candidate for the office mado Yacaijt by tho death of Mr. Longmoor, in regard to the manner in which he proponed to bring his candidacy beforo tho ieople. Mr. Addams said that ho would endeavor to give his cardfof announcement as v it'o a circulation as iH)ssible, in order that his intentions, therein stated, might bo generally understood, and would, after that, leavo the matter to the D mocratic convention and the people. "But," ho was asked, "will you not mako a canvass; seethe people in person, ami let them become acquainted witli you?" "No." said Mr. Addams, "I will closely in thoollieo attending to its business. If I were a candidato in my own interest I would mako a canvass. But I am running as Mrs. Longmoor's representative. I know very well that I will bo elected, if I shall be elected, on that account. I don't flatter myself that my presence and address can add anything to that claim in any community. If I had thrice the time permitted mo in which to canvass, that will probably bo given, I could not, on my own account, gain a single vote, wliero the disposition to do justice to Mrs. Longmoor will me u hundred. All that the people will require to know of me, I think, is whether I am a competent clerk, a man of good habits, and that I am certain to carry out in good faith my promiso in behalf 6f Mrs. Longmoor. As to my qualifications, I am justified in claiming that my prompt appointment to the vacancy by the Court of Appeals is a conclusivo indorsement. As to tho other considerations 1 have mentioned, I would rather that the people becamo satisfied in those icspects by inquiry of those who know me personally, than from my own word. I should like to meet the people, of course, but I do not believe that any personal solicitation of mine would make much imprefsion. As I have said, when they select me, they will do so simply as a proper agent to carry out their wishes and ideas of justice in regard to the widow of W. W. Longmoor. I think I can best discharge my duty to my sister, nnd tho obligations imposed on mo by my recent appointment, and at the same time secure popular confidence nnd approval by remaining at my post and attending closely to its duties." "But suppose tho oilier candidates mako an artivo canvass?" "That will not change my resolution I am not a politician, and 1 have no doubt that nny of them could, beat me if I were representing my own claims. As I have already said, I merely wish the people to know that this is Mrs Longmoor's race, and that I can and will perform the duties of the olllco with fidelity to her and satisfaction to the public." Mr. Addams is Mrs. Longmoor'B bioth-e- r. He is regarded as an upright gentleman and an excellent official. It will bo a very difficult matter to defeat him. in , A. A. JNO. D. A VIHOII. O. UAIWAOn, Killlom ami l'rorirlorx. & Paenger 10.05 a.m. 11 AT Dally nrr. HarJlnsburg..l2:05 p.m. .. 7:48 a.m. " Mixed (ex.. Sunday) arr. QOIKQ .!Mall and Express going Eait ...... it nesinMitMiitwi Expreu l Local Freight I... St. I.. T. Local Time Cord. RAST. ft R York Witt & Meador are selling goodsto suit Eit the times. i West ii Tho City Council will meet next Tuesday night. Tiik Grant monument fund in New Mr. John Slaton went to Owcnsboro Weit 1ms " " Eait M n.iu. p.m. m 8 27 p.m. 11.19 a.m. -- 10.04 a.m. S.&8 Pauenger Dally arr. llardiniburg.. " Mixed (ex. Sundiy)arr. 8:55 a.m. 3:55 p.m. T. P. OUNDIPr", ounty. 'Subject tt) the nctlun Primary, June 13, 1HVI. ns a candidate for the Legislature e In Meade Demo-emti- o GENERAL MERCHANT Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Roots and Shoes, Hats nnd Caps, Notjonp, Hardware and Qucenswarc. Rig stock just received for tho Spring trado. I handle the Michigan Fertilizers, Homestead Tohacco Grower, Corn nnd Wheat Grower, Jnrvis Tohacco Fertilizer, Drill Phosphates. Tlicso goods arc equal to any in the market and sold low down for Cash. Give me a call. RICHARDSON A. A. T been abandoned as n failure. Tiik President has appointed Col. John II. McHcnry postmaster at Ovvens-bor.. A o. coixwr.n lawyer has died at Phila- delphia ?1 00,000. leaving an estate valued at Tin: Grayson Circuit Court is in session with 210 criminal prosecutions on the docket. the boss of in Kentucky, says that Harrison will be their man for President in Coi.. Wm. O'HitAULKY, 1892. A NiTMiiEit of citizens wore arrested in Wisconsin last week by a United States Marshal for dealing in Louisiana lottery tickets through the mails. of Grayson county have nominated P. S. Bruner for tho Legislature. Bruner is a cut and dried Repub- The Alliance lican, and ids iolitics arc very distasteful to the Democratic members of the Alliance, who want to bolt the nomination. Thoy ought to bo made to tako their medicine. Tin: liabilities of the defunct Swartz hank at Louisville foot up $800,000, nearly $700,000 of which was in deposits. The assets were about $1,000, which amounts to nothing so far as it goes to pay the depositors. The brake was a hugo affair and robbed many poor people of the city of hundreds of hard c irned dollars. cohmittke of colored men called upon President Harrison at tho White A House one day last week to ask for a few favors to bo shown their race in his distribution of the spoils of oflice in this country. The President gave the committee no answer as to what he proposed to do for "dc colo'd man," and it ia safe to say they have gotten all they will ever get from the Republican party. Tin: Frankfort correspondent of the Louisville Times says the Republicans of the Constitutional Convention, uion the advice of Bradley, Denny and other leaders, arc preparing to repudiate the work of tho convention and that it will be the Republican plan to denounce it before the people. The same correspondent says Bradley will be the Republican candidate for Governor. Mu AiutAii m A ddams, brother of Mrs. Longmoor, has announced himself a candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. .Mr. Addams has been selected by the court to 111! tho vacancy caused by the death of Mr. Longinooor, elected clerk hist August. Mr. Addams says that he will make no canvass, that lie is a candidate in the interests of Mrs. Longmoor, and if the people will not vote for him on this account his presence among them would not add anything to his chances. We publish in this issue Mr. Addams' statement showing that his candidacy is entirely in the interests of Mrs. Long-moowho certainly is entitled to the ollice for tho remainder of the term. It is duo her and she should have it, and we think tho Democrats of Breckenridge will join witli us in giving her a hearty support. r, of There is more Catarrh in this section the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years Tor a w.m HiiimoBcd to be incurable. great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to bo a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. They ofler ono hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J. Chunky & Co., Toledo, O. 83old by druggists, 75c. Death of Mrs. Severs. Mrs. Mary E. Severs died at her homo in this county near Union Star on Saturday, March 14, in tho 78th year of her age. Her husband was Mr. .Jacob Severs, once n prominent farmer in that section. Mrs. Severs herself was a member of one of tho best families in tho State, tho Hurleys, of Louisville, Ky., and a woman She and her of many accomplishments. husband were married in Louisvillo and moved to this county in 1843 and located at Stephensort. Ten years later thoy moved to Union Star, wliero they resided afterwards and reared a largo family of children, fifteen in number. Eleven of them survive her as follows: Esq. J. J. Revere, Union Star; John Severs, Illinois; Charles Severs, MisAlex souri; D. II. Severs, Sheilman, Jacob P. Jr., Joseph II., Louis T., Mrs. Hicks, Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Geo. "; limner. , The ladies Delighted. pleasant effect and perfect safety The with which ladies may uso tho liquid fruit laxative, Syrup of Figs, under all conditions make it their favorito rem-dIt Is pleasing to tho cyo and to tho tasto, gentlo, yet effectual in acting on tho kidneys, liver and bowels. y. last Sat unlay. Buy your goods from Witt & Meador and save money. Call and seo Witt & Meador before buying elsewhere. Miss Lillio Cooper is in the city visiting Mrs. Richard May. Shoes of all kinds and at all prices, at Witt and Meador's store. Mr. Andrew Crawford, Stephensport, was in the city Monday. The finest lino of dress goods in town, at Witt & Meador's store. Master Taylor Babbagc is visiting his grandpa at Bewlcyville. Messrs. Wut Lennin and Allen Guthrie went to 1nriswllo Monday. Beard & Heeler's prices are attracting attention on dry goods and clothing, etc. The Globo Fertilizer, manufactured in tcrtainment. Louisville, is animal matter of a high Mrs. Lulu Bush returned to Hardins-burquality. Saturday, altera visit of several Mrs. W. II. Bowmer, of Cloverport, weeks to her sister, Mrs. W. J. Piggott. was visiting here last Saturday and Mr. A. Moreman and daughter, Miss Sunday. Georgia, of Brandenburg, were tho We sell goods at Wheeler prices and guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Drury last pay you the highest prices for produce. week. Witt & Meador. Mr. Chas. Gross, killed Saturday evenDr. Mllncr was called over from Union Star last Monday to seo Rosco Severs, ing, on the farm of Mr. L. A. Footc, a hawk which measured four feet, five who is still very sick. & Meador when you inches, from tip to tip. Don't forget Witt Mr. Jqo Bland, of Basin Spring Stock want patent medicines, they keep them all and sell them cheap. Farm, sold last week to Dr. Henderson, Tho County Clerk has received the of Louisville, for $200, a fine Cuyler filly, public accounts of the last legislature which hud been placed in his caro for training by Mr. Eli Dean, of Glendeane. for distribution to the Magistrates. Tuesday evening, March 24th, will Mr. Hardin Beard was in town last week visiting his parents. Mr. Beard ever be remembered with pleasure by your correspondent. On that eventful travels for tho Standard Oil Company. & Beeler have a full supply of evening we had the unbounded pleasure Beard Homestead and Globo Fertilizer which of being one of a vast uudiencc which goods. had assembled in the M. E. church of they offer very low for high-clas- s at the this place to be entertained, and truly Plenty of ten year old whisky Promptly at we were not disappointed. Novelty saloon and it must bo sold. Cull 8:t!0 p. m. tho curtains were drawn and and seo me. W. W. Yessels, proprietor. revealed to our admiring gaze one of the Mr. J. 11. Williams moved hero last most tastefully arranged stages it has week from Long Branch, and is occupy- over been our pleasure to behold. Mr. ing W. K. Barnes' house on Main street. Chas. 11. Drury, in a very dignified manCall at Witt & Meador's btoro and see ner, delivered tho opening address, alter tho New Oxford Singer Sewing Machine, which the opening chorus, "How Beauthe finest machine on earth, for only $20 tiful," was sung in a most pleasing manand $20. ner. Solo and Quartette, "Rock-a-by- e .Mr. G. P. Jolly, who has been at Baby," .Mrs. Bush, Miss B. Jolly, Mr. home for some time, will return to Piggott, Mr. II. llardaway. "Mrs. Jar- Owcnsboro this week to resume his du- ley's Wax Works, Part 1." Every ono who has read Dickens' "Old Curiosity ties in the revenue service. of Homestead or Michigan Fertilizer need Shop," will appreciate what a fund amusement tltis good lady's show was, no commendation to tho people as it has been fully tested and all pronounce it and wo were convulsed with laughter None better. Beard & Beeler. from tho time tho curtain roso until it fell on each of her four collections of Easter Sunday was generally observed precious figures. Instrumental Duet, by the Catholics here. Down at their "Qui Vive," Misses L. Drury and B. church the observance was elaborate, Jolly. Quintette, "Angels' Serenade," with musical and other interesting feat- Mrs. Bush, Misses M. B. Paul, Sue Cox, ures. M. Paul, H. Cain. Vocal Solo, "MarJudge Adklsson returned from a visit guerite," Mrs. Harrison. Instrumental to Webster last Monday. Ho reports an Solo, Mrs. W. J. Piggott. "Tho Old unusual amount of sickness in that Oaken Bucket," Messrs. Z. T. Stitli, C. locality, and says thoro has been a hall II. Drury, 11. llardaway, II. Cain, was dozen deaths there within the last week. met with loud applause. Chorus, "Tho Mr. John E. Keith is reported as say- Sunbeams are Glancing." Duet, "The ing to the Owcnsboro Messenger that Gobble Song," Miss Mary Paul and Over"there is no opposition to Brown for ton Bhinford, in Peasant costume, were Governor in Breckenridge." Mr. Keith greeted witli much applause. "Beautiis certainly a little off in that particular. ful Sea," Misses Lena Drury and Blanche Col. Wat Hardin has a number of very Jolly. "When the Tido Comes In" was rendered by Mrs. Bush in her usual warm friends in this county. sweet tones. Duct, "Gypsy Countess," Tho printers made a bad break in this column last week when they put tho bid Miss L. Drury nnd Mr. II. llardaway. on the Court House fenco down at $12 Quartette, "Steal Away," Messrs. W. J. per foot, when it should havo read "ono Piggott, C. II. Drury, Pierco llardaway, cents per foot." Z. T. Stitli. Jubileo Song. Recitation, dollar and twenty-tw- o Tableau from Ginovcra That was tho bid of Messrs. Honsley & "Ginevera." with lights. Quartette, "Good Night, Jolly, and not $12, as was stated. Beloved," Mrs. Bush, Miss M. Paul, Mr. A petition was sent in hero lost week This brought tho exsigned by numerous persons at Clifton Piggott, Mr. Stitli. Adkisson to ercises to a close, and we were so highly Mills, asking County Judgo we wished tho program had mako an appropriation for Green Hicks, pleased that been longer. helpwho was living in that locality in a less condition. The World. There is nothing now hero of a politiThis new brand of cigar is destined to cal cast. Tico Jolly has not stirred up leading smoker and one of any opposition for Representative, be- become the most popular brands now on the fore tho primary, and tiny say now ho is the handle it. not likely to havo any. His principal market. All the dealers will come when ho shall havo opposition Sulzer's Tailoring Department. secured tho nomination, and it will Mr. J. II. Hunsclie, tho Foreman of But como from the Alliance elemont. Tailoring Department, will visit Clotho Allianeo is not going to find it any our verport and Hardinsburg, on tho 8th day small matter to defeat tho Democratic of April, and remain ono or two days. party in this county. Ho will carry with him a full lino of SamTho directors of tho Gus Company met ples representing our stock of Piece Goods, in the olllco of tho bank last Monday to which comprises all the desirablo Stantake steps witli reference to having tho dard and Fancy' Styles produced this well sunk deeper. The well is now season. Ho will bo pleased to meet you al)out800 feet, tho extent of tho first at above place and date and receive your contract price, and without a now con- order. Respectfully, tract the boring will cease. It is beS. L. SlTI.ZKlt. can lieved however, that sufllcient funds bo easily raised to put it down to twelve The new constitution may not be, or thirteen hundred feet. when finished, such a constitution as a The Lksnix Hotel This house has majority of the people want or expect to just been leased by Mr. Burl Beard, and got, but then thoy are not going to rehas undergone a thorough course of re- ject it when it is presented to them. It pairs from cellar to garret. All tho rooms may have some objectional features, but havo been newly furnished and fitted up it must bo admitted that it would be ims condition. Mr. possible to framo such an instrument to and put in Burl Beard formerly occupied tho meet the apptoval of overybody. Tho Huckcby houso in this place, but desir- constitution, when trimmed ip with all ing to go into tho hotel business on a lit- the finishing touches on it, may not bo tle moro extensivo scale, and to get a so bad as wo anticipate. Then tho conhouso better adapted to tho business, and vention bus cost tho State an immense to bo more convenient to tho traveling sum of money and the people do not public generally, ho leased, this hotel want to bankrupt the coueern in an efformerly occupied by Mr. J. 11. lennin. fort to get a new one. This hotel is well ordered for tho accommodation of guests, and situated in the Do You Wish to Be Happy 1 center of the town, is convenient for Then smoko tho now brands of cigars overybody. A Bamplo room is furnished just made and put on tho market by tho on Main street for tlunso of traveling Cloverport Cigar company. Thoy aro men. Mr. Beard haaTiad years of ex- Tho World, Southern Star and Little perience in tho hotcf business, and un- Dandy, Henry Clay and Spanish Queen. derstands thoroughly tho importanco of house. This has alkeeping a flrst-clnomlufea POCICKT AI.MANAO his rule, aud ho will continuo ways been ttnd MKMOIlANIUM 1MMIK UlOX it hero, making his prices reasonable and advortlitn? HUOIVN'M way t 1UTTKIIH ;ru Tonic Bh en tbitort " giving satisfaction to everybody. general torw. Api'" g, first-class. first-clas- Monday will bo County Court day. Miss Mary Pusey was here several days last week. Frank Sugg, of Henderson, was in town last week. Mr. G. A. Frymire, of Louisville, was in town Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Mali n, of Louisville, Is visiting her parents here. Miss Addle G. Ditto is visiting her brother. W. M. Ditto. Mrs. John Frakes has returned homo from a visit to Bowlcyvillo. F. Ditto, Sr., is hero spending a few weeks witli his son, W. M. Ditto. Mrs. Ned Reese, of Columbus, O., is visiting her father, Mr. J. K. Ditto. . Tom Tetire, Jr., is in Louisville, whero ho is employed by Mr. W. P. George. Mr. Roland A. O'Bryun and wife have been visiting relatives near Rhodelia. The outfit fortho printing of tho Meade County Reporter is expect d to arrive " this week. Mrs. Chas. Drury, of B'owleyville, is visiting her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. A. Moreman. Sheriff DeJernette and Deputy Niggs, of Breckenridge county, were in town last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Richardson at tended the wedding of Dr. Pusey at Lebanon Wednesday. Rev. Dr. Harvey, of Louisville, will preach at the Baptist church at this place on the second Sunday in April. Mr. Ed Ycakel returned Friday from a trip to Louisville and Cincinnati, where ho litis been buying n large stock of spring goods. Misses Bertie Richardson and Nellie Pusev. of Louisville, who havo been visiting Dr. D. C. Pusey, havo returned home. Bishop, an employee of tho railroad company, was arrested and brought hero from Breckenridge county Friday under a warrant of breach of the peace. Ho plead guilty beforo County Judge Rawl-ing- s, and was fined $10 and costs. Mr. E. II. Shelman and others havo purchased tho plant and stock of the Etheridgo Furniture Manufacturing Company in Louisville, and will engage in the manufacture of furniture. Mr. Shel- liiun's many friends hero wish him success in his new business. Mr. Joseph Mills, an old and highly respected citizen of this county, died at his home near Guston, March l!)th. In tho death of Mr. Mills that community has lost a valuable citizen. Tho family desiro through these columns to return their thanks to their friends auul neighbors for their many acts of kindness during his sickness. On Wednesday, tho 23th, March Dr. David C. Pusey was united in marriage to Miss Jennie Carter. The ceremony took place at the homo of the brido in Lebanon, Ky., nnd was performed by Rev. S. X. Hull, of tho Methodist church. Dr. Pusey and wife arrived hero Wednesday evening. Tho News extends its most hearty congratulations. E. W. Richardson was arrested at Irv ington by the Sheriff of Breckenridge county and brought hero under a warrant charging him with injuring public property by shooting through tho Court House windows ono night last month. He had his examining trial on Thursday befoio County Judgo Rawlings and was held over to await tho action of the grand jury. His bail was fixed at $250, which ho promptly gavo and was released. RICHARDSON, GARFIELD, JECX". I.ATK ALEXANDBK'S HOTKI,, WI It LARD. Couit-IIoiuc, THOROUGHLY Cur. JefTeison, RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Rates $2.50 Per Day. Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. Sullivan, J. L. Mai shall, Clerks. ? A. W. Jones, J.J. W. B. LOGAN, Manager. NOTICE No. ! NOTICE ! NOTICE ! S. B. Chilled Plows i No. 3 No. 4 $4.00. .tS.oo. $8.50. IN THE LEAD! No. A No. No. 19 19 Our Stock of Avery and Ura Clippci Plows is very large and a 200 " REDUCTION from the list. Another Cyclone in Oliver liepairs. Point, 20 and 20 Points, 30. 1 and 20 Mould Boards, 2.10. Cleveland Dryer Company Pure Raw Bone FERTILIZERS, Drives the Farm Thrives the crop, Fills the Barn with big crops. Our stock Of choice Field Seeds is very rapidly going at bottom prices. HENSLEY & JOLLY, Fanners' Supply Ilouse, Hardiksuuhg, Ky. Cloverport PlaningMill MANUFACTUItEBS AND DEALKIIS IX Rough and Dressed tinnier Flooring, Weatherboarding, Doors, Sash, Shingles, Laths, Etc. We respectfully ask a share of tho patronage of the public, by doing good work and at prices as low as any. Call and get our figures on any work or material in our lino. W. E. MARTIN, Manager. F. N. D'lIUY, Sec. & Treas. Courier-Journa- l. Hawkes' Wonderful Glasses. As wo read Mr. Hawkes WANT AN INDEPENDENT DIDATE. CAN- Resolutions Adopted by lodiburg lodge A. No. 4614 of the F. M. B. at its Eegular Meeting Held at Walnut Grove, March - 27, 1891. Jlemhcd, That wo stand squarely on what are popularly known as the St. Louis and Ocala platforms, and WinniEAH, Both of tho old political purties have shown themselves to be in direct opposition to tho principles laid down in tlieso platforms by their refusal at the last Congress to pass tho free coin-ag- o act and oven to consider tho and other important measures demanded by tho farm and labor organizations throughout the country ; and Whereas, By theso acts and in many other ways, tho old parties havo demonstrated the fact that they intend to do nothing toward bringing about a redress of grievances caused by unjust and corrupt legislation ; and Wnr.iiKAS, Wo bclicvo it is their intention to pursue the same policy Hint thoy havo pursued for tho past twenty-fiv- e years, viz: that of serving the mon ey power and utterly ignoring tho demands of the masses ; therefore, bo it Iienohnl, 1. That wo express our determination not to support tho nominees of either of tho old political parties. 2. That wo aro strongly in favor of having an independent candidato in the field ono who fully indorses our principlesto represent Breckenridgo county in tlm next Legislature. 11. That wo earnestly request tho County Union of tho F. & L. U, and tho County Assembly of tho F. M. B. A. to confederate on this question of selecting an independent farmer candidate for tho Legislature, and on all other questions of importanco to tho fanners and laborers of Breckenridgo county. 4. That a copy of tlieso resolutions bo sent to each of tho county papers, to tho Meado County News nnd to the Progressive Farmer, with a lequest that they publish tho same. Sam Konuirrsov, Bros., Bi:x. F. IIaiiiu.v, See. sub-treasu- testimonials from Governors, Senators, Legislators, men of science and distinguished citizens throughout tho United States, who testified to having had their eyes improved, and sometimes restored by tho use of his celebrated glasses, wo realize that a glass that will reflect such brilliancy of light as to enable the wearer to seo as in youth and to read by candle or other artificial light, surely is to be desired by all speet-acl- o wearers. Gent's Unlaundricd Shirts, all' Linen All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by Uosoin, reinforced, sizes 14 to 17 49 G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. cents. , This column for 49 cents per yard for 42 inch Serges, all Death of Eev. Wm. B. Head. wool, new shndes, worth Go cts. An old landmark, not only as a minis- 25 cents per yard for 80 inch, nil wool ter of tho gospel, but as a citizen as well, striped dress goods, new Ktyle, all has departed this life, leaving behind similes. and diameter. liim a name Wo regret that no ono has furnished us with particulars of his birth and death. He had arrived at a great age, but was of 121 cts. for Check Xainsook, worth 18 c. remarkable physical vigor. Many years " " " 15 c. ago ho was pastor of tho First Baptist 10 cts. for Huilding Hardware, Nails, both n " " ' 12 c- church in this city nnd was 81 cts. for to our older citizens. IIo removed from " " " 10 c. 0 cts. for Steel and Wire. hero to tho Walnut Grovo neighborhood Sheer, Plaid and Striped India Linens and ministered to tho congregation there Stoves, $7.00 for a No. 7 Double for 11 number of years. Residing on n nt reduced prices. farm, his work radiated arouad during A big lino of Oven Stove. Just think of it ! ids life to surrounding churches. Wo New Swiss and Hamburg Embroihe lias dono no regular work for think Rope Pumps, for deep and shallow deries, Lace Curtains and some time, his great ago forbidding active Scrims. olliciated at funerals and labor, but he well?. attended tho sick and dying up to tho 50 pairs Lace Curtains !1J yards long, last. A good man in Israel lias been Plows, Rakes, Hoes and Shovels. 1.75 worth 3.00. tapo bound gathered to his fathers liko a shock of 25 pairs Iico Curtains tf yards long, tapo Cross-cu- t corn fully ripe and ready for tho harvest. Saws, Axes, Carpenter's 1.50 worth 2.50. bound A neighbor sends us this note: "Sad. 25 pairs Laco Curtains, tapo bound, 75 Tools. sad to chronicle tho death of our olq per pair, including polo and fixtures. friend and neighbor, Bov. Win. Head, at Scrims 5, 7, 8J, 10 and 12 c. in white his homo near Ixxiiburg this morning Hinges for Farm Gates, and all cream and colors. (Thursday) at U o'clock." 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 and Brussels, Straw Matt- Tin niul Iron Roofing, also anything ings and Kugs, at prices to suit made from Tin or Iron. everybody. Oil Cloths all widths from 1 yard to 2J Many peculiar points mako Ilood's Tin Guttering and Spouting. superior to all other medicines. yards wide. Rough Lumber Wanted. DryGoods 49 Cents. Notice I New White Goods BargainS well-know- T Peculiar rQljyrlb& Peculiar in combination, proportion, and preparation ot Ingredients,! Ilood's Sarsaparllla r t IliA full nimtlvA vnlnn ftf fhrt best known of tho vcgctablo klng-- r strength Tccullar In Hood's Sarand economy onlymcdl-cln- o saparllla which can truly totjr- " Ono Hundred Doses bo Dollar." Medicines In and smaller bottles Vrrequlro larger doses, and do not produco as good results ns Ilood's. Peculiar In Us medicinal merits, Ilood's Sarsaparllla accomplishes cures hith erto unknown, and lias won for Itself tho tltlo ot "Tho greatest blood purifier ovor dlscovorod." j posscssosV romodlosy(r Odora. ltsrgfCTr saldjA Ono'Qk 0 Jr yi fyJlargcr Sr "r Plows, Chilled Plows and Avery Plows. Wo aro just receiving our new lino of Spring Clothing for Meu, Gents', Hoys, Fencing Wire all kinds. and Children, which for stylo, quality Fishing Tackle When it comes to nnd lowest prices cannot bo excelled Wo also handle a largo assortthis line, I keep the- - largest and ment of tho celebrated Hull Dog Jeans most complete line in the country Pants. nny-wher- o. Clothing. Double Shovel jf Notions, Sundries, &c. 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 such as Poles, Lines, HookSj homo," tbcro Is now of Ilood's Sarsaparllla 5 SVl S Lowoll, whoro S , than of r pnrlflors. allr 7)'rccuUar yy ,nal fVno LrtVcvcr r phenome- rccullarlnlts"goodnamo &. rmoro abroad has sold In It Is made, other blood In its record of salos other preparation attained such popu larity In so short a time, note paper 1 package best envelopes. cts. for 1 doz. best cedar lead pencils. cts. for 2 cakes glycerine- soap. cts. for 1100 parlor matches. cts. for match safe with mirror. cts. for two papers nursery pliiB. And a great many articles too numerous to mention to be found on our Bargain Counters. Call and see us. eta. for cts. for 3(1 sheets of first-clas- s Corks, Reels, Trot Lines, in lac anything in this line. Ail the above to be found at Geo,Yeakel&Co., BKANDENBUKG, KY. J. L. MILIEU'S tJ Vdimd conddenco among all classes pooplo so steadfastly. Do not bo Induced to buy other preparations, but bo suro to get tho rcrullar Mcdlclno, Sold McElree's Wine of Cardul nnd THEDFORD'S aro for salo by the following merchants in T And for less money than any houso in town. Call and sec him. 'of bj O. L HOOD Hood's Sarsaparllla by all drucgliti. yltilxfor3. l'rcparojonly CO., Apotliecarlot, Lowell, HaM. IOO Dosos Ono Dollar Breskenrldge County Jcsn W. Owen, Clovcroort, O. W. Short, Cloverport. Ilraihesr & Lay, Stephemport. Witt Sc Mndor, Uardinsburg, J. J. Serrr), Union Star, 1 CLOVERPORT.KY " Trw-,v,- K if ntmaQW uJJtfcMAtyjtftIHM-H- i' SIGs ir Both the method mid results 'when Syrup of Fig8is taken ; it is pleasnnt and refreshing to the taste, and acta on tho Kidneys, jiver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers nnd cur habitual constipation. Syrup o gs is tho only remedy of its lcinu ever produced, pleasing to tho tnsto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known. Svrup of Figa is for in 50c and 5l bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable drugpfetwho o may not have it on hand will it promptly for any one who TV . - i w loll pa ta trv it pro-eur- OIVI5 KJVJOY fr rr :V iA Mrs. Mary Taylor, aged 82, died nt hot homo in Hawesville last Wi dncsdny. Tho carpenters nro all busy, and as noon as the weather clears up there will bo room for more. Col. Alex. Boyd has bad his saloon newly papered and decorated in the latest stylo of the art. lion. 11. C. Warren, candidate for Auditor, will speak at Brandenburg next Monday, April Otb. Monday night .was the blackest of the season, and strange to say, there was not a street light burning. The Paving Brick Company have the erection of a derrick for the purpose of boring a gas well. Tho Lewis Bros, have about completed M. Ilamman'fl now residence, to be occupied by Mr. F. J. Ferry. A wealthy colored woman who died recently in Henderson, left all of her property to her white friends. Rev. J. V. Gregory, of the Christian church, will preach in Fisher's Hall next Monday night, Apill (ith. . Tho Farmers' Alliance of Kentucky claim a total membership of 125,000 in the State, with 2,!WJ annual meeting of tho The thirty-sixt- h Kentucky State Medical Association will be held at Lexington, May 27th-20tEvery tissue of tho body, every bone, muscle and organ, is made stronger and more healthful by tho use of Hood's be-Visub-union- s. Robbers attempted to break into store Monday night, but wci driven off by Eugene Goll", who stands guard there nt night. Eugene tired at them just ns they were In the net of entering the door, which they had nearly succeeded irt prizing open. Eugene put on a bold frdnt and stood his ground liko a man, and the robbers left in double quick time. Mr. Eugene Vest, of Win. Vest & Sons, left last Sunday for the East, whero ho has gono to lay in his spring purchases. The business of this firm is growing rapidly, and in order to meet tho growing demands a trip East and buying direct from first hands made it necessary for Mr. Vest to visit the markets in person. Their store is now undergoing a thorough overhauling by the s painters, and carpenters, and by the time their spring arrivals begin to come in it will look liko a modern bazaar. Watch for their opening day. Sul-zer's paper-hanger- -- : When You Or Buy a Suit When you are ready to buy : Pair Pants A Word of Advice. EniToit DnncKKxitinaE News: Seeing you aro over ready to givo a helping band to right and to set all things in proper shape, I will, with your give a few words of permission, advico where 1 think it is need in your columns, I noticed ed. under date of March 25, n letter signed by a Wheeler in answer to a letter written by Capt. Gross some timo before in regard to a third party in our county. For yourself or boys you want to go lo n place whero you will got honest clothing nt an honest price and whore they do not throw in a present, which has already been added on to tho pride of tho suit. Such a place is our house. Wo mnnufacturo our entire stock, nnd having no 'profits to pay wholesale dealers, wc can afford to put a moderate price on our goods and make n moderate profit. Wc don't want tho world, but we do want the good will and friendship of the people in it. Conic to us for Spring Overcoats nnd Confirmation Suits. We are leaders in these articles. Can show you a handsomer and larger variety at more moderate prices. "so-calle- Olotliing It will bo lo your interest to Fee our largo variety of ' Readv Made mm- r,! (1 -- ' . - WINTER "Old Reliable" Clotliiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. I ?tHl For Children, -- . f l .- - f t Boys, 'if , .i t tU m Youths, u I SUPPLEMRNT. Brbckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, Gents. J. II. Hickman, Pres't. C. W. BnAxsronD, Vico - Prcs't. AV. A. Edbbiw, Sec. & Mgr ',. Look no Farther ' ! APRIL - 1, 1891. ROCKVALE. Mr. John Dean is in New York. Rain! Rainl Will it never cease ? Mr.FeulOwen was in Louisville last ' week. Mr. Beeler has returned from Baltimore. Mr. Charlie Deano has returned from Louisville. Mr. Jim Deano has returned from Nicholasville. Mr. R. G. Robertson has returned from Deanefield. 33Y tjr Miss Annie Deano leaves soon to visit 'friends at Cumberland Gap. Miss Nannie Owen, who has been Duraklllt,'Stle & Finish Unequalled, Material & Workmanship Unsurpassed, iuitc sick, is now convalescent. Mr. Clark Owen says, "The passing 25 wagons a day, Manufacturers of Wagons, Drays and Dump Carts. Capacity months only make her dearer far." Southern and Western States with a rapidly growing trado extending over eighteen Miss Carrie Owen has returned from ,"" and wherever intoduced is universally consiuereu mu uuoi. North. an extenaed trip through tho For Sale by Louisville, Mr. C. L. Cornwall, of & spent Saturday and Surday at Mr. W. J. Dean's. Miss Lutio Owen says, "Of all names that fall like music or tbo ear, its Saturday night from Feewco Valley to LONG BRANCH. Frank." stay a few days. Miss Nelia Deano has lost her gold Wheat is looking well and corn very A. Ditto, Jr., wad in tho city last week. to specs. She offers a handsome reward getting over high. Too much rain, and the farmers Mr. Cal. Hendrick is just tho finder. fear a late spring. lovingly a spell of la grippe. - Mr. Vic Robertson Btill hovers tuv Ttill Knclish and sister, Emma, visited friends at Mrs. Mary Hendrick near Glendeane. Wo wonder what tho passed up on tho train Sunday on their this place last week. attraction is7 way to Lebanon, O. to Mrs. W. E. Chambers visited herso Miss Carrie Moorman has returned Messrs. Frank Ferry and Joe Cully regret of at Hardinsburg lost week. Clover-po- rt her homo in Cloverport, to tho took tho work train engine to Capt. Anderson, of tho work train, her many friends. Saturday night-MissLouisville Saturday night. Mr. Vennio Moorman plays on tho went to Jennio and Fannio Woollolk, Dr. Grunly, of West Point, was called harp no more, as tho cooperago business were visiting Miss of Brandenburg, here lost week to visit some patients. takes up all his time. Mary Bickerstaff last week. to vr Tv'ntn Tlendrick is spending a few Mr. Dick Owen says, "Though lost Jodie Benham quit our school last over dear." Ah, Mih-ni- days with her parents at Fleosant Grove, sight, to memory week. Ho is very much missed by his uv nitti. Sr.. is down from Louis teacher and school-matedon't you ever weep? his old Mr. Ernest Robertson has resigned ins ville 'spending a fow days at Mr. Sam Fowler had a calf killed on & Beeler and home. position with Moorman the railroad last week. This thing is ho left last week for Hawesville, whero Miss Rose Hall, of Pleasant Grove, getting to be very common. - will begin reading law. spent last week visiting friends at this Miss Bcttio Ditto, of Brandenburg, Will Moorman, the popular young nlace. Mr. was here last week selling two beautiful merchant of Glendeane, has lost someMrs. W. C. McGeheo and Miss Annie books. Sho met with good success. any information on tho sub- Fontaine went to Louisville, last week, thing, and Tii lmnnlini? car has been stopping ject will bo thankfully received. shopping. hero for several days. Tho neighbors Swung Beauty. Miss Fannie Hayncs, of Hock Haven, find tho commissary very convenient spent Saturday and Sunday with,Miss and Mr. Cully very accommodating. FARMERS FREE COLUMN. Inez Dooloy. wB oxen and TmAFT HORSES and WAGON. is nor Sale, rt good yoke of Morion, Uocfc Lick. Miss Lillio Shac'klctt, of Guston, Sx cheap. For Sale Two extra largo Draft hones, spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. harnen and wagon, will bo old to the hlghe.t lor Sale, fine UoUtoln tall calf, bidder, at llardlniburg, t'uo firt day of next Wm. Dooley. A. D. Morton. , Circuit court. arrived CHAS. nBlDEU Miss Nellie McGeheo aled hay for m!. '4 If "it is pleasant little LAXATIVE or PURGATIVE go to G. W. s XT LZE nc3 nJa Jf 3 C2 'J PILL you are looking for, SHORT nnd CLOVERPORT, KY. h h z- get a box of Smith's Lillio Black Pills nnd try them, A and you will never want any other kind. testify to their merits. Hundreds You Must self-evide- - "THE .OWENSBORO," alxe TTsTsbgorL Co. II. W. SHOUT'S, Leading Druggist, - t -! Since it is a fact that you must Eat to Live, or Live to Eat, we desire to present to your economical consideration our complete stock of Eat! GENERAL GROCERIES, Careful Selection, Reasonable Prices, Pure Goods, Appeal to your : "Reason - Pocket - Health . -:-:- OlQver.port, Ky. . .$ il 25 cents. --- --. B. E. MOOEMAN. rfoVrf-Buildin- k" r-i f- - : B. F. BEARD, DILLON CO., --- -- -- Brockenridgo CLOVERPORT, KY. Seventh and Market Streets, i (HITE. S LEO CREAM VERMIFUGE WORM REMEDIES FOR 0R Louisville, - - - Kentucky. All 20 YEARS jRY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOU EVERYWHERE. WED. CO. SttO.ttK.MO- - es WEBBY RICHARDS0H-TAV1- re no Way Out of the Mud 1 STEPHENSPORT. Wo had quarterly meeting hero on Sunday nnd Monday of tho present week. The Itev. Browder delivered n grand sermon on tho Ifesurlection on Sundny. Mr. John Hnnks, nged 81 yenrs, died on tho 20th inst. nt tho homo of his son, Mr. Taylor Hanks, of this place. His funeral sermon was preached by tho Itov. Charlio Myers, nftcr which his rcinnins wero conveyed to Union Star for interment. Ho was n Tcnnesseeian by birth, but had spent most of his life in Kentucky. Ho had lived a consistant member of tho M. E. church South for forty years. His last days were peaceful and ho suffered no "pain. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION! Notice la hereby given that the undersigned, 0. W. Moorman, William II. Uowuicr, J. K, McOracken, James T. Sklllman, A 11. Skill-maS. 11. Vorli and William Foor havo associated themselves together as a body corporate, under the name of ' the "Cloverport Paring Urick and Manufuctvrlng Company," with Its principal place of transacting business at Cloverport, Urccteirldge County, Kentucky. The goneral jiaturo of the business proposed to be transuctod Is to mine, dig, excarato, buy and sell shale andclajs, to manufacture, buy and sell brick, tiling and other products of hale and clay, to boie for oils, gas, salt nnd other waters, and to transport and sell same, and to buy, tell, own, lease, acquire, hold and transfer, such property, roal and personal, as shall be deemed expedient for the proper conduct and management of Its business, , Tho amount of capital stock autborlxod Is Fifty Thousand Dollars, $50,000 (divided Into shares of one hundred dollars oacb), which may be Increased to ono hundred thousand vote all dollars $100,000, by a the paid up capital stock at a regular or called meeting for that purpose. Said capital stock shall be paid In at suob times and upon such conditions as the board of directors shall order and direct. The incorporators herein named shall be the directors for one year after the organization of the company, and until their successors are eleeted and qualified. Tbo time of the commencement of the corporation Is the '14th day of March, A. D. 1891, and of the termination yean thereafter, unless thereof, twenty-fiv- e s vote of all sooner dissolved by tho paid up capital stock. The affairs of the corporation shall bo conducted by a board of directors, consisting of seven members, (who shall elect of their number a president, vice president, treasurer and hall also a secretary and manager) and said officers shall be o'ecled upon tho organization of the company and annually thereafter. The highest amount o Indebtedness or liability, to whloh the corporation It at any tlmo to subject Itself Is the sum of twonty.flve thousand dollar! ($25.0001 Tho private property of the stockholders It to be exenpt the corporato debts. O. W. Moorman, W. II. llowmer, J. K. McCracken, J. T. Sklllman, A. I). Sklllman, 8. 11. Voilt, Win. Fix.r, throe-fourtthree-fourth- e, I. t m. i HIH'V ft mt 13 ft$ -- lu-in- . rti. mmMn.onths' BUtfl' 4T HAi.t,. niu-vu- uu t time. John II. Zack Iticlinrdson, ot Wolf Creek, spent Sunday and Monday with Prof. Brown. Clias. Beidcl nnd Chas. Tinius, of Holt's Bottom, were in the city Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Morgan Fontaine, of Holt's Bottom, spent Sunday in the city. Tho wheat crop all over tho State is reported in n fine condition and looking well. Messrs. John Slaton nnd W. K. Barnes, of Hardinshurg, were in tho city Saturday. Tonnio Nicholas, who has been away for soino tlmo is at homo on a visit to his parents. Guy Woods was bitten on tho arm by a dog while passing along tho street last Saturday. Mr. John I. Wright, of Owensboro, was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Keith last week. 11. A. Duncan, who died nt Owensboro last week, carried a life insurauco policy for $8,000. Mr. William Rhodes, of Paynesvillo, was hero yesterday looking out a location for n hotel. Tho Cloverport Cigar Company uso only tho best quality of tobacco in their make of cigars. W. D. Ashby, representing tho firm of Millor & Ashby, of Louisville, was in tho city Thursday. norbC'B Oil VS Blytho & Bro. Secretary. Attention is called to the advertisement of Gregory & Co. in this issue. Their stock of fertilizers, limo, cement, shingles, laths, doors, plow handles, plastering much largor this spring fore, nnd bottom prices is pino flooring, hair, etc., is than over betheir motto. G. A. Jnckson, who left hero somo threo weoks ago to visit his sister In Illinois for his health, died there Inst Thursday. His romnins wero brought hero Saturday and interred in tho Ogles-b- y graveyard tho Bamo evening. Mr. Jackson was in his 44th year, and leaves a wifo and two small children. Tho Allen hill road is now said to bo in a worso condition than any other public road in tho county. It is almost Impassable. Every year this road gets in n fearful bad condition about tho timo of tho spring rains, and this sensou it is said to bo worso than common. Tho County Court should mako nn appropriation for this road. 8. 1,. Sulzor has begun romodoling tho interior of his store rooms. Tho old fixtures will bo replaced with tho latest improved nnd most modem to bo had in tho country. Mr. Sulzer is determined not to bo behind in tho procession when it conies to store improvements. Ho said to his manager, Mr. Nolto, "Go ahead and mako it tho most attractive placo In Clovorpart," nnd that's just whnt Mr. Nolle will do. y tho farmer who has to trudgo Iheso bottomless roads with a If tobacco which ho is bound to rket in ordor to lay in supplies to enable him to pitch his Jp.Itis a question though wheth- ntitled to any sympathy or not. Shim to vote for a tax for road fio will invariably go ngninst it. fnny class of peoplo in tho land to bo In favor of good roads, (Bus it is tho farmers. But it flmpossiblo to got them to con- ffimy way to better tho road fCbo country. They think it is )fitho towns to build all tho ftaep them up fortheir benefit. ujlong as this state of feeling will never havo a road system ent. Good roads help every- Hie interests of both farmer, and tradespeople are mutual. awo tho duty of tho towns to mads of tho country thnn it is foTtliFpeoplo living in tho towns to go thut awnlts us nnd go to work. Aheady out and work tho farms without compentho harvest Is ripe, tho fields aro awaitsation. It is tho duty of tho towns to ing thoso who will go and work My best wishes Is for tho cause. contributo their part of tho expense in A FAIUtEK. building good roads nnd they most McQuady's P. O., Ky., Mnrch 20. generally do it when they aro called upon. But thoy can't do it nil, nnd It isn't fair and right that they should. Good roads, liko everything elso that Is cood In this world, como high, and it takes money to build them ; and it's timo our people, ono and all, wero getting their bends together tosolvo tho problem. Good ronds aro the only salvation for this country. You may talk 'about tho tariff, freo silver and 2 per cent, monoy, but thoy amount to nothing without good roads. Let everybody wake up, furm'orfl, inorchants, lawyers, doctors and nil, to tho importance of a good road system and we'll get It. Tho farmers' organization over tho country couldn't do a better work than inaugurate a movement for better roads. s. to-da-y. Having Bold out our entire interest in tho hotol on Jefferson street, we have removed to our old stnnd that wo occupied for years so successfully nt Seventh nnd Market streets, aro now fitting it up in elegant shape new throughout, nnd tho outfit in ever' way will ho elegant, including ono of Halo's Safety Passenger and Baggage Klevators with all tho late improvements. Wo want all of our old friends to come nnd sec us in our old home. o "Wo you that our Itooms, Tahlo and Service shall bo second to none in tho land. My wife, Mrs. Jo. 13. Alexander, wnnts to bo remembered to nil her lady friends and she will bo glad to see them and givo them n hearty reception. FARE $2.00 PER DAY. pro-mis- JO. B. ALEXANDER, Manager. MAKE A SAFE INVESTMENT! You can do so by putting your crops in with the Cincinnati Disiccating Pure Raw Bone Fertilizers. 200 LBS. PURE BONE MEAL PURE ACIDULATED BONE, GILEAD PHOSPHATE, OHIO VALLEY PHOSPHATE, SPECIAL TOBAGGO 4 POTATO fja n a M I 1 i L matter owls, ROYAI All fflea Grade AfflHAL WHEAT l All SPRING ;S2E CROPS. CINCINNATI DESICCATING CO. CINCBNNATi, O. Our experience in Fertilizers has proven that our goods stand second to nono in quality and price. Plcaso examine our goods heforo buying elsewhere Any ono sending us their name on a postal card, wo will bo pleased to forward a copy of Bulletin 29, containing an analysis of all tho Fertilizers sold in tho State. POWDER Absolutely Pure. ASTEAY NOTICE. Contentment is Wealth. And to obtain tho former smoko Tho Woild which can bo found at nil dealers. cream of tartar baking powder. Hlshcit of all In leaventnir itrengtn. total U, S. Government Food Iteport. A Surplus Apple Trees 1038 Wlneiap, 2 and 3 yean 210 3 yean Maid B!uh 30 Sweet Applet 3 year 03 3 yean K. Harvest 3 cti. lyes Seedling Orapoa 2 yean Will deliver the abore Apple Tree at CIo verport at 6 cte, each. W. S. ASHBY. State of Kentucky, G untj of Dreckenrtdge. Taken up as astray by James Doarln, llvln near St. Marya Church, Ilreekenrldge county, on or about the 20th Init, one red iteer, age about two yean, with a little white on the end of bit tall. Marked with a crop slit and under bit In rlgbt ear. having no branda or other uiarkt, and whloh wai appralied by Simon Ueavin and Leo Hlnton ot the Talue of Ten Dollar) ($10.) Wltneu my band this 28th day of March, 1891. Wm. For Sale. B. F. BEARD k CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. ;& Aia. J. V. ll.O. t ..,,,., mi ,i t wmmmmnMHBBf6BI T Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, JNO. I). VI HARDIWSBURG Al'ltlL 1, 1801. V. (I.HAMBAUi: ..... DEPARTMENT. BEWLEYVILLE. Tho Bido)'ull:s nro in a ddplomblo con' dition. i Large Riles made nt the Cash Stow last week. Mr. It. M. Jolly, Irvington, was In town Friday. Mr. C. M. Sanders, of Elizubethtown was in town Tuesday. Mr. Geo. E. Drury returned from Louisville Wednesday morning. Mr. A. Taylor, of Eosettu, nttended the entertainment Tuesday evening. Mr. W. T. Beeler, representing Johnston Bros., Louisville, was in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Wimp, Irvlngton, nttended the entertainment Tuesday evening. Mrs. C. II. Drury and children are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Moreman, Brandenburg. Mrs. John Frakes relumed to Brandenburg, Saturday, alter a visit to her brother, Mr. Chas. II. Drury. Messrs. Jones Mercer and Geo. Newman, of Irvington, attended the entertainment Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Jolly, Mr, and Mrs. Boyd, and Miss Rec Washington, of Irvington, Mrs. Edgar Bennett and children, of Sutnmcrscut, attended the en BRANDENBURG. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo aro autbortiod to announco WILL NOT CANVASS. Mr. Addains, Brother of Mrs. Long- THE OLD RELIABLE Editor E.- Unit. O. JlAmiAOK, Kdllnrs nml Proprietor. ,vMall and Expren eolng " " " Expren I...RI. I.. &T. I.ocnl Time Card. ' " 10.05 a.m. Bail West...... ..11.07 a.m. 5.58 p.m. East West - 9 27 p.m. 11.19 a.m. Eait ..10.0 J a.m. Weit L, H. 4. W. TIME TABLnomu WKST. Passenger Oalljr nrr. Uardlnsburg..l2:05 p.m. ' Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. .. 7i48 a.m. OOlSa RA3T. moor, Will Iltmain at Hia.Posi. rtl'8. W. KICIIAIIDSON, a candidate for re election In the I.egtila- lure from .Meade county, subject to the action the Democratic primary, June 1.1, 1891. rf it ritAVKioitT, Kv., Murcli A. A. 1 "-".- RICHARDSON GENERAL MERCHANT Passenger Daily err. Hardinsburg.. 8:55 a.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. 3:55 p.m. " Wo are autborlied to announce Local Freight ' Witt A Meador aro selling goodsto suit the times. Tho City Council will meet noxt Tuesday night. Mr. John Slaton went to Owcnsboro last Saturday. Buy your goods from Wittife Meador and save money. Call and see Witt & Meador before buying elsewhere. Miss Lillio Cooper is in the city visiting Mrs. Richard May. bhoes of all kinds and at all prices, nt Witt and Meador's store. Mr. Andrew Crawford, Stephcnsport, was in the city Monday. The finest lino of dress goods in town, at Witt k Meador's store. Master Taylor Babbago is visiting his grandpa at Bewleyville. Messrs. Wat Lcunin and Allen Guthrie went to Ixuisillo Monday. Beard it Heeler's prices aro attracting attention on dry goods and clothing, etc. Tho Globe Fertilizer, manufactured in Louisville, is animal matter of a high quality. Mrs. W. II. Bowmer, of Cloverport, was visiting hero last Saturday and Sunday. We sell goods at Wheeler prices and pay you the highest prices for produce. Witt it Meador. Dr. Mllner was called over from Union Star last Monday to see Rosco Severs, who is still very sick. Don't forget Witt & Meador w lien you want patent medicines, they keep them all and sell them cheap. The County Clerk has received the public accounts of the last Legislature for distribution to the Magistrates. Mr. Hardin Beard was in town lust week visiting his parents. Mr. Beard travels for the Standard Oil Company. Beard it Beeler have a full supply of Homestead and Globo Fertilizer which goods. they offer very low for high-clas- s Plenty of ten year old whisky at the Novelty saloon and it must bo sold. Cull and seo inc. W. W. Vessels, proprietor. Mr. J. II. Williams moved here last week from Long Branch, and is occupying W. K. Barnes' house on Main street. Cull ut Witt it Meador's store and see tho New Oxford Singer Sewing Machine, the finest machine on earth, for only $20 and $2li. Mr. G. P. Jolly, who has been at home for some time, will return to Owcnsboro this week to resume his duties in the revenue service. Homestead or Michigan Fertilizer need no commendation to the people as it has been fully tested and all pronounce it None better. Beard it Beeler. Eastor Sunday was generally observed by the Catholics here. Down at their church the observance was elaborate, with musical and other interesting first-class. feat-tires. T. P. OUNDIPK, m a candidate for the Legislature In Meade ci unty. Subject tJ the action ol the Deuio-ciatl- c Primary, June 13, 1SVI. Tiik Grant monument fund in New York has been abandoned na a fuiliitv. -- i Tiik President baa appointed nt Col. o. John II. McIIcnry postmaster . Owons-bor- A coloiikh lawyer baa died at Philadelphia leaving nil estate valued at $100,000. The Grayson Circuit Courtis in session witb 210 criminal prosecutions on the docket. Cou Wm. tbc boss of in Kentucky, says that Hurri-so- n will be their man for President in 1892. A Ni'MiiKit of citizens were arrested in Wisconsin last week by a United States Marshal for dealing in Louisiana lottery tickets through the mails. Monday will bo County Court dny. Miss Mary Pusoy was here several days last week. Frank Sugg, of Henderson, was in town last week. Mr. G. A. Frvinire. of Louisville, was in town Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Mali n, of Louisville, is visiting her parents here. Miss Addio G. Ditto is visiting her brother. W. M. Ditto. Mrs. John Frakes has returned homo from a visit to Bewleyville. s F. Ditto, Sr., is hero spending n with his son, W. M. Ditto. Mrs. Ned Reese, of Columbus, O., is visiting her father, Mr. J. K. Ditto. , Tom Tcaro, Jr., is in Louisville, where ho is employed by Mr. W. P. George. Mr. Roland A. O'Bryan and wife liavo neon visiting relatives near Hliodelm. tertaiiunent. Mrs. Lulu Bush re burg, Saturday, nftc weeks to her sister, Mr. A. Moreman Georgia, of Brand guests of Mr. and M week. Mr. Chas. Gross, M iug, on the farm of' hawk which mensii inches, from tip to ti Mr. Joe Bland, of j Farm, sold last week of Louisville, for $200 which bud been pla training by Mr. Eli l - TJ'JJQlitfitJorthaurintfnaLihttJli ilu. .UlVttlwI.wiitLtwi. This afternoon the writer conversed 1 . . Tl . "I Irtnlnt jt with Mr. Addains, candidate for the ofY" r, , uoous' wrocenes, Hoots and Shoes, Hats and Cans, .n, j.HM.,irennuiiuoon8varo. Rig stock just received for tho fice made vacant by tho death of Mr. ulo. I handle tho Michigan Fertilizers, Homestead Tobacco Longmoor, in regard to tho manner in Grower, Corn whicli ho proposed to bring his candi- Phosphates. '. mid Wheat Grower, Jarvis Tobacco Fertilizer, Drill Ilicso goods aro cental to tiny in tho market and sold low dacy beforo tho iwoplo. Mr. Addams down for Cash. Give me a call. said that ho would endeavor to give his enrd'of announcement as w ide a circulation as possible, in order thnt his intentions, then in stated, might bo generally understood, and would, after that, leovo the matter to the D mocratic convention and the people. I.ATK ALKXANDKICS IIOTItl., "But," ho was asked, "will you not make ncnnvnss; seethe people in per- THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. son, and let them become acquainted Rates $2.50 Per Day. witb you V" Cor. Jeirerson, Center and Green Streets, "No." said Mr. Addains, "I will reopposite Coinl-Hoinmain closely in tho oilice attending to its LOUISVILLE, KY. business. If I werenenndidato in my W. R. LOGAN, Manager. own interest I would mnko n canvass. A. W. Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Mat shall, Clerks. But I am running ns Mrs. Longinoor's 1 know very well that I representative. will be elected, if I shall bo elected, on that account. I don't flatter myself that ! ! my presence and address can add anything to that claim in any community. If I had thrice the time permitted mo in which to canxnss. that will probablv bo v. t A. A. RICHARDSON", izrs:. WIILJLAK1D, c, NOTICE T NOTICE NOTICE ii Ujlled . Plows " - The Alliance of Grayson county have nominated P. S. Ilruner for the Legislature. Bruner is a cut and dried Republican, and bis politics are very distasteful to the Democratic members of the Alliance, who want to bolt the nomination. Thoy ought to bo made to take their medicine. The liabilities of the defunct Swartz bank at Louisville foot up $800,000, nearly $700,000 of which was in deposits. - "aft HE LEAD ipci Plows is vei y large and a 200 from the list. I SUPPLEMRNT. Breckenridge .News. t..... J in r The assets wore about $1,000, which amounts to nothing so far as it goes to pay the depositors. The brake was a huge afTair and robbed many poor people of the city of hundreds of bard o irned dollars. A committee of colored men called upon President Harrison at the White I louse one day last week to ask for a few favors to bo shown their race in his distribution of the spoils of oilice in this country. The President gavo the committee no answer as to what he proposed to do for "de colo'd man," and it is safe to say they have gotten all they will ever get from the Republican party. The Frankfort correspondent of the Louisville Times says the Republicans of the Constitutional Convention, upon the advice of Bradley, Denny and other leaders, are preparing to repudiate the work of the convention and that it will be the Republican plan to denounce it before the people. The same correspondent says Bradley will bo the Republican candidate for Governor. Mit Anitvii m Aim vms, brother of .Mrs. Ixmgmoor, has announced himself n candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. Mr. Addams has been selected by the court to till the vacancy caused by the death of Mr. Longinooor, elected clerk last August. Mr. Addams bays that he will make no canvass, that he is a candidate in the interests of Mrs. Longmoor, and if the people will not vote for him on this account his presence among them woidd not add anything to bis chances. We publish in this issue Mr. Addams' statement showing that his candidacy is entirely in the interests of Mrs. Long-moowho certainly is entitled to the oilice for the remainder of the term. It is due her and she should have it, and we think the Democrats of Breckenridge will join with us in giving her a hearty supiwrt. r, There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years For a was supposed to be incurable. great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed load remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They oiler one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure'. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. t6ySold by druggists, 7oe. Death of Mrs. Severs. Mrs. Mary E. Severs died at her home in this county near Union Star on Saturday, March 14, in the 78th year of her age. Her husband was Mr. Jacob Severs, once a prominent farmer in that section. Mrs. Severe herself was a member of one of the best families in thu State, the Hurleys, of Louisville, Ky.,und a woman She and her of many accomplishments. husband were married in Louisville and moved to this county in 1813 and located at Stephcnsport. Ten years later they moved to Union Star, where- they resided afterwards and reared a largo family of children, fifteen in number. Eleven of them survive her as follows: Esq. J. J. severs, Union Star; John Severs, Illinois; Charles Severs, Mis Alex souri; D. II. Severs, Shellman, Jacob P. Jr., Joseph II., Louis T., Mrs. Hicks, Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Geo. , Bruner. The Ladies Delighted. Tito pleasant effect and perfect safety with which ladies may use the liquid fruit laxative, Syrup of Figs, under all conditions make it their favorite rum-dIt is pleasing to the cyo and to the taste, gentlo, yet effectual in acting on thu kidneys, liver and bowels. y. Judge Adkisbon returned from n visit to Webster last Monday. Ho reports an unusual amount of sickness in that locality, and says there has been a hull dozen deaths there within the last week. Mr. John E. Keith is reported us saying to the Owcnsboro Messenger that "there is no opposition to Brown for Governor in Breckenridge." Mr. Keith is certainly a little off in Unit particular. Col. Wat Hardin has a number of very warm friends in this county. Tho printers made a bud break in this column lust week when they put the bid on the Court House fenco down at $12 per foot, when it should liavo read "one dollar and twenty-tw- o cents per foot." That was tho bid of Messrs. Hensley it Jolly, and not $12, as was stated. A petition was sent in hero last week signed by numerous persons at Clifton Mills, asking County Judgo Adkisson to make an appropriation for Green Hicks, who wus living in that locality in a helpless condition. There is nothing new hero of n politi cal cast. Ticc Jolly bus not stirred up any opposition for Representative, before the primary, and tin y say now ho is not likely to have any. His principal opposition will come when he shall have seemed tho nomination, and it will come from the Alliance element. But tho Alliance is not going to find it any small matter to defeat the Democratic party in this county. The directors of tho Gus Company met in the office of the bank last Monday to take steps with reference to having tho well sunk deeper. Tho well is now about 800 feet, tho extent of tho first contract price, and without a new contract the boring will cease. It is believed however, that suflicient funds can bo easily raised to put it down to twelve or thirteen hundred feet. The Lenni.n Hotel This house has just been leased by Mr. Burl Beard, and bos undergone a thorough courso of repairs from cellar to garret. All the rooms havo been newly furnished and fitted up s condition. Mr. and put in Burl Beard formerly occupied the Huckcby house In this place, but desiring to go into tho hotel business on a little mora cxtensivo scale, and to get n house better adapted to tho business, and to be more convenient to tho traveling public generally, ho leased, this hotel formerly occupied by Mr. J. II. Lcnuin. This hotel is well ordered for tho accommodation of guests, and situated in the center of the town, is convenient for everybody. A sample room is furnished on Main street for thtuiso of traveling men. Sir. Beard has bad years of experience in tho hotel business, and understands thoroughly the importance of s house. This has alkeeping a ways been ids ruc, and ho will continue it hero, making his prices reasonable and giving satisfaction to everybody. first-clasfirst-clas- Tuesday evening, ever be remcinuerec your correspondent, evening we had the u of being one of a vui hud assembled in til this place to be onto we wero not disuppoit 8:1.0 p. in. tho curtain revealed to our admir, most tastefully urran ever been our plcnsui Ciuts. II. Drury, in a ncr, delivered tho opa which the opening ch tiful," was sung in a i ner. Solo and Quart Baby," Mrs. Bush, 1 Piggott, Mr. II. Hurd ley's Wax Works, Pi who has read Dickei Shop," will apprecial amusement this good and wo wero convuls from tho timo tho cu fell on each of her 1 precious figures. In "Qui Vive," Misses . Jolly. Quintette, "A Mrs. Bush, Misses M. M. Paul, 11. Cain, i guerite," Mrs. Hurriso Solo, Mrs. W. J. Pi Oaken Bucket," Mess II. Drury, II. Haitian met with loud upplausi Sunbeams are Gland I Gobble Song," Miss Mt ton Blanford, in Pensa greeted with much up ful Sea," Misses Lena E Jolly. "When tho Tid rendered by Mrs. Bii sweet tones. Duet, "( Miss L. Drury and M Quaitettc, "Steal Awaj Piggott, C. II. Drury, I Z. T. Stitli. Jubileo 5 "Ginever.i." Tableau with lights. Quartette Beloved," Mrs. Bush, A Piggott, Mr. Stitii. TliJ ercises to a close, and v pleased that we wished been longer. TheWoi This new brand of ci become the leading su the most popular brail market. All the deale? Silbei-.?- ! Sabbath in each month at tho Cunning- Mint nt thin writina Miss Lillian largo eizenisvery ill at her homo in Troy.")!, ham school house. Wo hopo a 'TL'f'" Li,. .i.i.nnf ill. ... 1U1 1IU 11UJH-- Ul lit iCWUi. crowd will como out to listen to tho overVt, Y flowing eloquence of Bro. Styles. Tliero is much talk hero in our county WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1891. ... . .. .. . now ju. . From the appearance of that beautiful about tue erection oi mo MOOLEYVILLE. bunch of "Ornngo Blossoms" a certain When Democrats do got an office thoy young lady received recently from the don't need to spend mora than tho Health is much improved around here. sweet "Sunny South," encourages us to county can pay. "Wo aro in debt enough Everything seems to be moving on iu believe there is n wedding on the tapis, without a new jail. A certain wise' perfect trim. and wo fear will materialize ero tho rasp- Democrat, who sits in tho opera house, expense. Bo careful, Miss Mattio Hicks spent several days ing song of tho Katydid is heard in tho is causing all this Democrats, or you will not get nn office . land. in Cloverport last week. So "make hay while tho Mr. J. K. Mitchell has returned from in the future. Willie Elder is complaining this week. sun shines," seoms to bo your motto, a protracted visit to his daughcr, Mrs. We guess ho is lovo sick.Wo regret and plcaso spend somo on our public O'Neill, nee Bandy, was Lena Vessels, of Owcnsboro. Mrs. Minnio as you go along. to learn that fie talks of locating there iu roads in town last week shopping. fine business tho near future. Ho has a : LOUISVILLE MARKET. Success to tho News; it is always a capacity, and for many years has been welcome visitor to our midst. tho most prominent merchant of our The tobacco market bos not been satis- Mr. Tom Still has returned from n town. factory to sellers this week. Tho quality business trip to Cloverport. of tho offerings baa been exceedingly Wo aro in great need of a school at tho poor. Good Burlcy leaf seems to bo getBucklen's Arnica Salve. Cunningham school house. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, ting exceedingly scarce. Tho bulk of Mr. J. D. Cunningham made n business bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever the good tobacco is cfthcr sold, or own- -' Most trip to Louisvillo last week. sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, ers are holding it off tho market. of tho buyers pronounced the market Miss Laura, I heard you threatened corns, and skin eruptions, and positively foe occasional cures Piles, or no pay required, it is weak and sluggish except with a long siege of courtship. hogsheads of good red fiTler ofcQiory Mrs. Mary Stiff, who has been very guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or thought money refunded. . Price 25 cents per leaf. Some of them, however, poorly for some time, is up again. was last box For sale by G. W. Short, Clover- tho market fully as strong as it Madam Rumor says Mooleyvillo is nondeport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, week and that tho low grado, poon to lose one of her brightest jewels. script character of the breaks gave 'the Ky. Miss Etta Pnrr has been quite sick with market a ragged, sick appearance that -betTOBINSPORT, IND. bilious fever, but glad to say she is was nanny justinaDio. ine ouennga ter now. have been lighter this week than thoy Miss Annio May is getting up a music havo been Uiis year. Old Burley is regret to say that Mr. AVin. Elder Wo scarce and except for tho better grades is and family, of our town, will leave soon class. Farmers are repairing and building selling near inside figures. The dark to become a citizen of Cloverport. market is steady and active. Good Davis savs his girl has married and ho now fences. Tholiest paper in our county is the sound leaf has elicited active bidding, is left in the shade, so he will submit to and heavy, dark lugs, when in good fato and turn his attention to farming. Tell City Journal. ts recovering from an order, met with strong competition. Conrad Simons is A troop of emigrants passed through from tho country indicate preparaour town Sunday evening, the 22d ult. nttack of la grippe. tions for a largo crop. Fanners Homo and camped a short distanco from town Frank Sherman, of Evansville, is visit-iu- g Journal. Muiry Weatherholt. and proceeded to Brandenburg tho next lay, Ezra Lamb moved hero last week. Ho Tho plow boys are again beginning to has had his pension increased. whistle their merry tunes, preparing for Tho rain failed to improve the road by LOUIBVILLK, KY. another crop, which shows that tho tho mill, which is almost impassable. Subscription Ratci, Daily and Sunday,$10.(0 farmer is a plucky fellow when it comes Geo. Polk can be found at bis oflico a yea , Dally without Snnday, $8.00 a year, to work. on Mondays and Tuesdays to attend to Sunday, $5.00 a year, Weekly, $1.00 a year. The latest addition to tho recent cen- business. The Weekly Courier-Journsus report is a small girl at tho houso of of Has the largest circulation of any Democratfo Mrs. James McMillen and children, II. Manning. Horace bos not got off his Stephcnsport, are visiting her sister, Mrs. Newspaper In the United States and proposes (0 double or tieblo its already large circulas yet rejoicing, but says ho pre- Juno Ambers. tion. loves to seo old Demoferred a voter; he BY GIV,NQ AWAY EACH Just wait until Till Groves brings on cracy grow. his new spring dry goods, and then go AND EVERY DAY to some one a spUnd'd ' School opened up hero last Monday High Arm Sewln? Maehino or a lfondtmim up and seo them. Full under tho management of Miss Laflo Gold Watoh, ABSOLUTELY FIIEE. Cull on Messrs. Polk & Bro., if you particuiarsiu Weekly Courier- - Juurnul, Sample l'arr. She is quite young and has had wamTsoiuo nice fruit trees. You aro copy free. Seud for one. no experience in teaching, but with her Address, W. N. UALDEMAN, wo predict that the suro to bo pleased. lino advancements Company) President Courier-Journ111., arrivMr. Nat. Aid, of Mowequa, school will bo a success. LouisviLi.K, Ky. lost week. Ho says ho becumo Remember that Rev. S. I. Styles, tho ed hero -home-sic- k to visit old Hoosier. Flannel shirts wero never so cheap. able young pastor of Concordia charge, appointment the third lgiu euiiiroiiuiiuviii. m own; w ...... Call on Babbage. will meet his Oliver Repairs. juts, 30. aid Hoards, 2.10. rJ tnyPure Raw Bone t'ZERS, n. the crop, ps. -- A rapidly going at bottom pi ices. - :M & JOLLY, Ipply House, HAUDixsiJUita, Kv. laningMill U DEALKHS tN 8$e4 toiler 1 .LTi.cititit;i 'i kerboarding, es, Laths, Etc. latronage of the public, by doing Oall and got our figures on any MARTIN , wtttv Sec. & Trcaa. Ke-por- ' 1 The (ourir Journal al Notice ! This column for tip-toe- HOW 1 argainS Hardware, leel and Wire. - ding- Nails, both lor a No. 7 Dmildo fust think of it ! e rumps, for deep and shallow en Stove, ells. .vs. es, .vr.oo Sulzer's Tailoring J. II. Hunsche, i..- vour Tailoring Department, will visit Mr. Rakes, Hoes and Shovels. Saws, Axes, Carpenter's Clo- at tho last Congress to pass tho free coin-ag- o sub-treasu- verport and Hardinsburg, on tho 8th day of April, and remain ono or two days. Ho will carry with him a full lino of Samples representing our btock of Piece Goods, whicli comprises all tho desirablo Standard and Fancy Styles produced this season. Ho will bo pleased to meet you nt above place and date and receive your order. Bespectfully, S. L. Sui.zi:it. The new constitution may not be, when finished, such 11 constitution as a majority of the pcoplo want or expect to got, but then they nro not going to reject it when It is presented to them. It may havo somo objcctional features, but it must bo admitted that it would bo impossible to frame such an instrument to meet the approval of everybody. Tho constitution, when trimmed "up with all tho finishing touches on it, may not bo so bad as wo anticipate. Then tho convention has cost tho State an immense sum of money and the pcoplo do not want to bankrupt tho concern in an effort to get a new one. Do You Wish to Be Happy? Then smoko tho now brands of cigars just mado and put on tho market by tho Cloverport Cigar company. Thoy nro Tho World, Southern Star and I.ittlo Dandy, Henry Clay nnd Spanish Queen. An Attimctlro POCKET AT.MAIf AG C'ouitilucd and MKMOUANUUAI HOOK advortlsln? MiiowwM 1110N lirri'KHH the best Tonic, Kit en awy ut Droit- " general tore. Apply act nnd even to consider tho and other important measures demanded by tho farm and labor organizations throughout tho country ; nnd Wiieiieas, By theso acts and in many other ways, tho old parties havo demonstrated the fact that thoy intend to do nothing toward bringing about n rcdrets of grievances caused by unjust nnd corrupt legislation j and AViihiikas, Wo believo it is their intention to pursue tho same policy that they have pursued for tho past twenty-fiv-e years, viz: that of serving tho money power and utterly ignoring tho dc- miinds of the mosbcs; therefore, bo it Readied, 1. That wo express our determination not to support tho nominees of either of tho old political parties. 2. That wo aro strongly in favor of having nn independent candidato in the field ono who fully indorses our principlesto represent Breckenridgo county in the next Legislature. it. That Wo earnestly request tho County Union of tho F. & h. V, and tho County Assembly of tho F. M. B. A: to confederate on this question of selecting nn independent farmer candidato for tho Legislature, and on nil other questions of importanco to tho farmers and laborers of Breckenridge county. 4. That a copy of theso resolutions be sent to each of tho county papers, to tho Meado County News nnd to tho Progressive Farmer, with a request that they publish tho same. Bam RoiiEivrso.v, Pres., Bex. F, IIahdin, See. 'friend and neighbor, Itov. Win. Head, nt his homo near Lodiburg this morning (Thursday) nt 3 o'clock." Many peculiar points mako ITood's superior to nil other medicines. Peculiar In combination, proportion, ana preparation 01 Ingredients. .. Hood's Sarsaparilla tho full curative valuo of rf best known of tho vcgetablo Tecullar la Its strength and economy Sarsaparilla onlyrnedl-cln- o which can truly " Ono Hundred Doses XJ Ono TDollar." Medicines In and smaller bottles rcqulro larger doses, and do not produco as cood results ns flood's. Tecullar in Us medicinal merlin. Ilood'g Sarsaparilla accomplishes cures hitherto unknown, and has won for it.rif tho tltlo of "Tho greatest Woo&jfjk puriucr over dlscovorod." iccuuarin its "goodnamo noine," thero Is now mora of Uood'i Sarsaparilla sold In Lowell, wlioro It Is made, than of other blood purlflors. Peculiar In Its record of salos abroad, V no other preparation has . attained such popu-- Pecu I iar romodloBJr klnB-rQUo- per pair, inciiranrgTronnimrMttiri "Tools. Scrims C 5, 7, 83, 10 and 12 c. in white cream and colors. Hinges for Faun Gates, and all Linen Shades, assorted patterns 0, 7 and sizes of Bolts. 8 feet, 40 to 89 c. A great assortment of Curpets in All Wool, Ingrain and Brussels, Straw Matt- Tin nnd Iron Roofing, nUo anything ings and Bugs, at prices to suit made from Tin or Iron. everybody. Oil Cloths nil widths from 1 yard to 2J Tin Guttering and Spouting. yards wide. T ofjj bosaldjo larQSOrtha thjr JJ',cy5r Xrjlood's S SI possesses0 Clothing. We are just receiving our now lino of Spring Clothing for Men, Gents', Boys nnd Cliildten, which for stylo, quality and lowest jirices cannot bo excelled anywhere. Wo also handle a largo assortment of tho celebrated Bull Dog Jeans Pants. Double Shovel Plows," Chilled 42 jr C ,larger Plows and Avery Plows. Fencing Wire all kinds. Fishing TackleWhen it comes to this, line, I keep the largest and most complete line in the country Hooks, Corks, Reels, Trot Lines, in fac anything in this line. All the a'.iove to he found at such as Poles, Lines, Notions, Sundries, &c. 5 5 5 o 5 5 5 s eta. for 30 sheets of note paper cts. for 1 package best envelopes. cts. for 1 do, best cedar lead pencils, cis. ior z cukcs giycerino soap. cts. for 1100 narlor matches. cts. for match safe Avith mirror. first-clas- v jr & air JS cts. for two papers nursery jilns. And a great many articles too numerous to mention to bo found on our Bargain Counters. Call nnd see. us. Geo. Yeakel&Co., DUANDENBUllG, KY. J. L. MILEER'S J him. Wcvcr and retained Its popularity 1 confidenco among all classes peonlo so steadfastly. Do not bo Induced to buy other preparations, but bo suro to get tho rceullar Mcdlclno, McElree's Wine of Cardui nnd THEDFORD'S aro for salo by tho following merchants in T And for less money than nny houso in town. Call and sec by O. L HOOD SoMliraUdrulU. glslxfor3. 1'reparoJoalr CO., Apothocarles.Lowell, MaM. Hood's Sarsaparilla IOO Dosos Ono Dollar Breokenridge County t Jesst W. Owen, Cloreroort, u. W. fcliort, Cloverport. llrasnear & Lay. tjteplbensport. Witt tc Meador, Hardinsburg, I. J. Severs, Unlnn Star, CLOVERPORT.KY t THirmirmm' r ?wtmmWm MWtfpfa$$fa, .2k. J ?Ar JfcJtj , f rtn.iH tn.t J.-J OMMMMMUaMHwMIMW '" f- .t., ftiartri - LitkMiLlLj- .tsuhf- - WshP - T li rttiriiilJiMiiiftNW O" SfGs Both tho method mid results when Syrup of Figgis taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts 5;ently yctpromptly on tho Kidneys, and Bowels, cleanses the system efTectunlly, dispels colds, headaches and fevers nnd cure habitual constipation. Byrup o 'ga is tho only remedy of its kinu ever produced, pleasing to tho taste and to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly hcneficinl in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup ot Figs is for bmIo in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8AN FRANCISC ), CAL. NEW YORK, 10WSVIUE, KY. !-- . N.r. PIEBOB HOUSE A. S. ENGLISH, 1'ropV. CLOVERPORT, KY. Ji.m per day, Including Sample Room. Ccn-- t rally located. Hoarding hv the week, including room and bed, f.oo. Single Meal o cents. Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, Ojl'tce over D. Hamblelon's Saddlery ami Hamas Store. OLOVERPORT. KY, J. II. .T. TAYI-OK- , Frcderica Street. DRNTISTS Br. S. S. Watkins, 1 H. Taylor J. C. BUSH, W. S. TAYLOR. & Co., Over Zulaufs Jewelry Stnro 0WENSB0R0, KY. Physician & Surgeon, Omen Noxt Bank door to Brcckonridgc Cloverport, Ky. FOK THE LEGISLATIVE. AVe are authorized to announce the Hon. TICK TOLLY, as n candldata for the Legislature. to the action of the Democratic party. Sub--je- Announcement. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, LOCAL APRIL , 1891. BREVITIES. V I i, i' All kinds of seeds. Sulzer's. Council meeting Friday night. The Southern Star is a good smoker. Tobacco cloth, tobacco cloth. Sulzer's. The Henry Clay cigar is clear Havana. Eugene Vest left Sunday for Cincinnati and Now York City. T. M. Watkins went to Louisville last weok. Tho Little Dandy cigar is a great favorite. Mrs. II. V. Duncan went to Louisville Saturday. Dr. B. T. Uafiorty, ot New Albany, is in tho city. A voting precint has been established at Victoria. Win. Smith, of Owensboro, was in tho city Saturday. e supplement is sent out A with this issue. If you want tho World for a nickel, buy tho World cigar. William Emberton is at home on a short visit to his family. Born, March 28th, to tho wife of E. B. Gregory, a boy the second. Tho Stato Teachers' Association will meet at Henderson in Juno. Capt. Nat Abl, of Mowequa, 111., was back at his old homo last week. Tho Lodiburg Lodge of this county declare for a third party candidate. When you want good printing at bottom prices, give tho Nuws a call. A rondlcton count woman is cutting her third set of teeth at the age of 8(1. Foit Salk. Two good horses on 12 n.onths' time. John II. lllytlio & Bro, Zack IUchardson, of Wolf Creek, spent Sunday and Monday with Prof. Brown. Chas. Ileidcl and Chas. Tinius, of Holt's Bottom, were in tho city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Fontaine, of Holt's Bottom, spent Sunday in the city. Tho wheat crop all over tho Stato is reported in n fine condition and looking well. Messrs. John Slaton and W, K. Barnes, of Ilnrdinsburg, were in tho city Saturday. Tonnio Nicholas, who has been away for somo time is at homo on a visit to his parents. Guy Woods was bitten on tho arm by a dog while passing along tho street last Saturday. Mr. John I. Wright, of Owcnsboro, was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Keith last weok. II. A. Duncan, who died atOwonsboro last week, carried a llfo insurance policy for $8,000. Mr. William Rhodes, of Paynesville, was horo yesterday looking out a location for a hotel. Tho Cloverport Cigar Company uso only tho best quality of tobacco in their make of cigars. two-pag- Seeing you aro over ready to give n helping hand to right and to set all things in proper shape, I will, with your permission, ' give a few words of advico whero I think it is needed. I noticed in your columns, under dato of March 25, n letter signed by a Wheeler in answer to a letter written by Capt. Gross somo time before in regard to a third party in our county. Now I do not wish to do Capt. Jack's fighting, for ho is mora than able to do that, but my object in this letter Is to get my brother right, and not only him, but any others that may have strayed away from tho path of duty. Now, my dear brother, you say you don't know what promises were made to the captain, when it was promised him it should not interfere with his party, but you know there was no such promises mado to no ono else that joins our lodge Now, dear brother, before you had taken tho obligation were you not informed that it should not interfere with your religion or politics? Now pleaso turn to Digest pago 43, section 58, nnd you will find that no one can be held ineligiblo to membership on account of his religious or political opinion. Our relation to politics is very fully explained in a letter to a member published in the Elizabeth-tow- n News from T. P. Gnrdnor, president of tho F. and L. Union, who says in tho first placo wo arc not a political party; we never can bo unless wo begin by changing our declaration of purposes and our constitution nnd The very first principle provides that we shall labor in a spiiit. Again, in tho samo letter, whenever a brother is introduced in a sub or county union while in session calling a convention or endorsing a candidate for office, or condemning a man who is a candidate for ofiice, the presiding officer should at once rulo it out of order. No one can be an F. nnd L. Union candidate for office, thero is no law for it, nnd is in direct violation of the spirit of our organization, and says examine closely tho laws of our organization and you will see that tho relation of our order to religion and politics nro clearly related, and suppose a member should introduce a resolution to endorse n certain kind of religion, what discord it would bring, and we are not working for any party in existence or out of existence. Now, my dear brother, would it not be wise for us at our next meeting of tho union to adopt the resolution adopted by tho Hardin County, Union, which reads: Whereas, Somo of our members belonging to this union forgetting tl at they belong to a union, forget-in- g they nro referred to work in a nonpartisan spirit, Whereas, A member can not bo a partisan and n at tho same time, I'esohcd, That a partisan spirit is in direct conflict with our declaration of purposes and nil erring brethren should bo put on tho right track that this source of discord should bo removed. Now, my dear brother, you introduce Mr. Harry L. Bell sends tho News a that resolution nnd I will second it nnd leaf of tobacco grown in this county by mnko a speech on it. Ono moro error Martin F. Rodgere. It measures threo my brother has fallen into, nnd that is feet six inches in length, and is of Bur-le-y that tho F. and L. Union was organized variety. It is said by old tobacco under Cleveland's administration. If you raisers to bo a very fine leaf, and ono of will post yourself in regard to that you tho largest they over saw. Patterson & will find that it was organized July 29, 1879. Bewloy bought tho crop. Hoping theso few words of advice, A meeting of tho members of the given in tho spirit they nro givon, will Cloverport Circulating Library will bo do my brother good and all others who held in tho oflico of tho Breckenridge aro seeking to bring discord in our grand Bank on Thursday, April 2d, at 4:30 p. and glorious organization. Let us lay in., to tako action toward its dissolution. asido this political sin which doth so Tho books aro rapidly disappearing. easily beset us and enter upon our work Something must bo done. T. 0. Tousey, that awaits us nnd go to work. Already Secretary. tho harvest is ripe, tho fields nro awaiting thoso who will go and work Attention is called to tho advertiseMy best wishes Is for tho cause of Gregory & Co. in this issue. ment A Farmer, McQuady's P. O., Ky., March 20. Their stock of fertilizers, limo, cement, shingles, laths, doors, pino flooring, plow handles, plastering hair, etc., is much larger this spring than over before, and bottom prices is their motto. G. A. Jackson, who left hero somo threo weoks ago to visit his sister in Illinois for his health, died thero last Thursday. His remains were brought hero Saturday and interred in tho Ogles-b- y gravoyard tho 6amo evening. Mr. Jackson was in his 44th year, and leaves a wifo and two small children. sub-union- s. double-back-actiby-law- s. non-partisnon-partisa- n non-partisto-da- y. Mrs. Mary Taylor, aged 82, died at her homo in Hawesvillo last W dncsday. Tho carpenters are all busy, and as soon as the weather clears up there will bo room for more. Col. Alex. Boyd has had his saloon newly papered and decorated in the latest style of tho art. Ho. II. C. Warren, candidate for Auditor, will speak at Brandenburg noxt .Monday, April 0th. Monday night .was the blackest of tho season, and strango to say, there was not a street light burning. The Paving Brick Company have be-u- n the erection of a derrick for the purpose of boring a gas well. The Lewis Bros, have about completed M. Hamman's new residence, to be occupied by Mr. F. J. Ferry. A wealthy colored woman who died recently In Henderson, left all of her property to her whito friends. Rev. J. V. Gregory, of the Christian church, will preach in Fisher's Hall next Monday night, Apill 0th. . Tho Farmers' Alliance of Kentucky claim a total membership of 125,000 In tho State, with 2,300 annual meeting of tho Tho thirty-sixt- h Kentucky Stato Medical Association will be held at Lexington, May 27th-20tEvery tissue of the body, every bone, muscle and organ, is mado stronger and more healthful by tho use of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Mr. Joseph Friels has brought suit Company against the Breckenridge (limited) enjoining them from mining coal on his land. Messrs. Wulfson and Iluflcr, of the Cloverport Cigar Company, have rented rooms from Mrs. Steel and will remove their families here. Eugene Goff says lie has a move on himself now and will deliver goods bought at Sulzer's very promptly. Try him. J. E. Kietli has just returned from an extended trip through Henderson and Ho met with good Daviess counties. success, selling five fine monuments. Our collection of really choice silks and now features in designs of scarfs for spring is, wo believe, unsurpassed. Please como and see our exhibit. .Sulzer's. Mrs. John Hatchet and daughter, Maggie, who visited relatives in the city for several weeks, returned homo Wednesday, accompanied by her father, Mr. J. II. Moorman. Dr. J. D. Clardy, of Christian county, and candidate for Governor, spoko to a small audience hero last Saturday. Tho Doctor mado a very favorable impression on all who heard him. The planing mill is now running under a full head of steam with plenty of orders ahead, Tho Nkws has said all the time that there was big money in this business properly managed. Pat. Burks, of Victoria, was in town Monday. Ho says if tho rains continue much longer tho farmers in his section will soon bo on tho verge of starvation. Our peoplo have not been able to do a lick of work yet towards getting in their crops. To give you somo idea of tho increase in tho business of tho News ofiice, it now takes five peoplo to do tho work where two did it, and were not pushed at that. Good, honest work and keeping everlastingly at it, will tell. Tho salo which was advertised to come off here last Saturday in tho case of Charles Reidcl, etc., against D. Smith Duncan and others, was postponed, tho defendants having satisfactorily arranged the judgment with tho plaintiffs for tho time being. Mrs. Ycager, wife of J. C. Yeager,died at her home near this city Sunday night. Her funeral occurred from tho Baptist church in this city, Monday at 2 p. m., Mrs." Rev. W. K. Pcnrod officiating. Yeager was a kind, affectionate wife nnd her death is n great loss to her family. Robbers attempted to break into Sulzer's store Monday night, but were driven off' by Eugene Goir, who stands guard there at night. Eugeuo fired nt them just as thoy wore In tho act of entering the door, which they hail nearly succeeded in prizing open. Eugene put on a bold frdnt and stood his ground liko a man, and tho robbers left in double quick time. Mr. Eugcno Vest, of Win. Vest & Sons, left last Sunday for tho East, whero ho has gone to lay in his spring purchases. The business of this firm is growing rapidly, and in order to meet tho growing demands a trip East and buying direct from first hands made it necessary for Mr. Vest to visit tho markets In person. Their storo is now under-goih- g a thorough overhauling by the painters, paper-hangennd carpenters, and by the time their spring arrivals begin to come in it will look like n modern bazaar. Wntch for their opening day. rs -- : When You Or Buy a Suit When you are ready to buy : i. U t Pair Pants A Word of Advice. For yourself or boys you want to go to n place whero you will got honest clothing at an honest prico and whore they do not throw in n present, which has nlrcady been added Wc on to the price of tho suit. Such a place is our house. manufacture our entire stock, and having no "profits to pay wholesale dealers, we can afford to put a moderate price on our goods unci make n moderate profit. "We don't want the world, but wo do want the good will and friendship of the people in it. Come to us for Spring Overcoats nnd Confirmation Suits. We arc leaders in these articles. Can show you a handsomer anil larger variety nt more moderate prices. "so-calle- Olotlxirxg It will be to your interest to pec our largo variety of Ready Made V ' Editor BitECKi:xiui)flE News: g$ U I f H S ";' WINTER S. E. COR. & CO., For Children, Boys, x i $. "Old Reliable" Clotliiers THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. Youths, Gents. Look no Farther! A If "it is pleasant little LAXATIVE PILL you are looking for, go to G. W. ' -- or PURGATIVE SULZER'S OLOVERPORT, ZY. SHOUT and get a box of Smith's Little Black Pills nnd try them, nnd you will never want any other kind. Hundreds testify to their merits. I W. SHORT'S, Di HtfWMIUtL &&"! ' t I You Must Since stock of fact that you must Eat to Live, or Live to Eat, wo desire to present to your economical consideration our complete self-evide- it is a Eat! G-ood- ' Careful Selection, GENERAL GROCERIES, Reasonable Prices, Appeal to your Cloverport, Zy. ly Mail 25 cents. . Pure : "Reason "." -:- - Pocket NeVa-Building- -:- - Brockcnridgc Health CLOVERPORT, KY. n. E. MOORMAN. ; mmamammmmmmmammcmmuBmaimmmammmBmKmmmmmmmamK Alrxandrr's WHITES PREWIRED BY Ho'telL", Kentuolvtj. Seventh and Market Streets, CREAM VERMIFUGE Louisville, - - HAS LED ALL WORM REMEDIES FOR 20 YEARS SOlfi EVERYWHERE. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED RICHARDSON-TAYLOR MED.CO. ST.LO.tUSEO. Is There no Way Out of the Mud 1 pity tho farmer who has to trudge through these bottomless roads with a handful of tobacco which he is bound to get to market in order to lay in supplies necessary to enable him to pitch his spring crop.Itis a question though whether ho is entitled to any sympathy or not. If you ask him to vote for a tax for road purposes he will invariably go against it. If there is any class of peoplo in tho land who ought to be in favor of good roads, it seems to us it is tho farmers. Hut it is next to impossible to get them to contribute in any way to better tho road system of tlm country. They think it is tho duty of tho towns to build all the roads and keep them up fortheir benefit. And just as long as this state of feeling exists wo will never have a road system worth a cent. Good roads help everybody and tho interests of both farmer, merchant and tradespeople aro mutual. It is no moro tho duty of tho towns to build tho roads of tho country than it is for tho peoplo living in tho towns to go out and work tho farms without compensation. It is tho duty of tho towns to contribute their part of tho expenso in building good roads and they most generally do it when thoy are called upon. But thoy can't do it all, and it isn't fair and right that they should. Good roads, liko overything elso that is ood in this world, como high, and it takes money to build them ; and it's time our peoplo, ono and all, wero getting their heads together to solvo tho problem. Good roads are tho only for this country. You may talk about tho tariff, frco silver and 2 per cent, monoy, but thoy amount to nothing Let overybody without good roads. wako up, fanners, merchants, lawyers, doctors and all, to tho importance of a good road system and we'll got it. Tho farmers' organization over tho country couldn't do a better work than inaugurate a movement for better roads. "Wc sal-vntl- STEPHENSPORT. Wo had quarterly meeting hero on Sunday and Monday of tho present week. Tho Itov. Browder delivered a grand sermon on tho Besuriection on Sunday. Mr. John Hanks, aged 81 years, died on tho 20th hist, at tho homo of his son, Mr. Taylor Hanks, of this place. His funeral sermon was preached by tho Itov. Charlio Myers, after which his remains wero conveyed to Union Star for interment. Ho was a Tenneasceian by birth, but had spent most of Ids life in Kentucky. Ho had lived a consistant member of tho M. E. church South for forty years. His last days were peaceful and ho suffered no "pain. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION ! Having sold out our entire interest in tho hotel on Jefferson stieet, wc have removed to our old stand that wo occupied for years so successfully at Seventh and Market streets, are now fitting it up in elegant shape new throughout, and the outfit in every 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 come and beo us in our old home. AVe promise you that our Itooms, Table and Service shall bo second to none in tho land. My wife, Mrs. Jo. B. Alexander, wants to bo remembered to all her lady friends and she will he glad to see them and give them a hearty reception. FARE $2.00 PER DAY. JO. B. ALEXANDER, Manager. MAKE A SAFE INVESTMENT! You can do so by putting your crops in with the Cincinnati Disiccating Puro Raw Bone Fertilizers. 200 LBS, PURE BONE MEAL. PURE ACIDULATED BONE. If 6ILEAD PHOSPHATE. OHIO VALLEY PHOSPHATE, pOYAl Tho Allen hill road is now said to bo In a worso condition than any other public road in tho county. It is almost impassable Every year this road gets in a fearful bad condition about tho tlmo of tho spring nuns, and this season it is said to bo worso than common. The County Court should ninko an appropriation for this road. S. L. Sulzor has begun remodoling tho intorior of his storo rooms. Tho old fixtures will be replaced with the latest improved and most modern to bo had in tho country. Mr. Sulzer is determined not to bo behind in tho procession when it comes to store Improvements. Ho said to his manager, Mr. Nolto, "Go W. D. Ashby, representing tho firm of ahead and mako it tho most attractive Millci & Ashby, of Louisville, was in tho placo in Cloverport," and that's just city Thursday. what Mr. Nolto will do. POWDER Absolutely Puro. A cream of tartar baking powder. Illetieat Lutett U. S. of all In leavening strength. Government Food Jltport. Contentment is "Wealth. And to obtain tho former smoko Tho "Woild which can bo found at all dealore. ASTRAY NOTICE. State of Kentucky, C untj of Breckenridge. Taken up as astray by James Uenrln, living near St. Marys Church, Breckenridge county, on or about the 20th Intl, one red atoer, age about tiro yean, with a little white on the end of hit tail. Marked with a erop lilt arid under bit In right ear, having no brands or other marki, and wbloh was appraised by Simon Deavln and Leo Illnton of tho value of Ten Dollar ($10.) Witness ray hand thlt 28th day of March, Wji, Aiu, J. l'.li.O. 1801. Surplus Apple Trees Eor Sale. Winetap, 2 and 3 3 yean MaldDlmh year 103S 210 SCO 8wet U. Applet Uarreat Irea Seedling Qrapet 3 3 yean yean 2 93 Notice Is hereby given that the underlined, 0. W. Moorman, William II. Dowinor, J. K. McOraeken, James T. Sktllman, A li. Sldll-maS. II. Vorls and William Foor hare associated themselves together as a body corporate, under the name of tho "Cloverport Paving Iirlck and Manufuctvrlng Company," with Its principal place of transacting business at Cloverport, IJrccteirldge County, Kentucky. The general nature of tho business proposed to be transacted it to mine, dig, excarato, buy and sell shale and claj t, to manufacture, buy and tell brick, tiling and other product! of shale and clay, to boio for oils, gas, salt and other waters, and to transport and sell same, and to buy, soil, own, lease, acquire, bold and transfer, such property, real and personal, as shall be deemed expedient for the proper conduct and management of its business. , Tho amount of capital stock authorized is Fifty Thousand Dollars, $50,000 (divided Into shares of one hundred dollars each), which may be Increased to ono hundred thousand s vote ull dollars $100,000, by a the paid up capital stock at a regular or culled meeting for that purpose. Said capital stock shall be paid in at such timet and upon tuch conditions as the board of directors shall order and direct. The Incorporators herein named shall bo the directors for one year after the organltatlon of the company, and until their successors are elected and qualified. The tlmo of the commencement of the corporation Is the '14th day of March, A. 1). 1891, and of the termination years thereafter, unless thereof, twenty-fiv- e vote of all sooner dissolved by the paid up capital stock. The affairs of tho corporation shall bo con ducted by a board of directors, consisting of seven members, (who shall elect of their number a president, vlco president, treasurer and shall also a secretary and manager) and tatd o dicers shall bo 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 tlmo to subject Itself Is the sum of twenty-fiv- e thousand dollars ($25,000) Tho private property of the stockholders Is to be exempt the corporate debts. 0. W. Moorman, three-fourththrco-fourt- SPECIAL TOBACCOS POTATO RTN All Higli Grade ANIMAL MATTER Goois, - WHEAT All SPRING CINCINNATI CROPS. DESICCATING CO. GlNCgNNATI, O. ii. Our oxporienco in Fertilizers has proven that our goods stand second to none in quality and price. Please cxamino our goods beforo buying olsowhoro. Any ono sending us their name on a postal card, wo will bo pleased to forward a copy of Bulletin 29, containing an analysis of all tho Fertilizers sold in tho State. B. F. BEARD NY. yean 3 cti. Will dellror the above Apple Treei at CIo verport at 5 cti. each. W. S. ASHBY. A. U. Sklllman, S. II. Vorls, Wtn. Foor, J. K. McCracken, J. T. Sktllman, II. Uowmer, k CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. "i" "WWW'U ''"WMPMlgiBBfai Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, GROVER CLEVELAND APRIL 1, 1801. Father Hennessey Says Writes to the Tariff Bcform Lcaguo The Southern States Show '853 of Indiana. tablished During the First Indianapolis, March 23. Quarter of 1891. Cleveland has written a letter lo tho Indiana Tariff Reform league declining to ho present at tho league's annual meeting. Tho full text of tho letter is not given out for publication, but the closing paragraphs are made public. They are as follows: "You will not, I hope, think it amiss if I suggest tho necessity of pushing, with more vigor than ever, tho doctrind of your organization. I beliove that the theories and practices which tariff reform antagonizes aro responsible for many, if not all, of the evils which afllict our people. If there is a scarcity of the circulating medium, is not tho experiment worth trying, as a remedy, of leaving tho money in tho hands of tho people, and for their use, which is needlessly taken from them under the pretext of necessary taxation? "If tho fanner's lot is a hard one in his discouraging struggle for better rewards of his toil, arc the prices of his products to bo improved by a iolicy which hampers trade in his best markets and invites tho competition of dangerous rivals? Whethcrother means of relief maynp-pea- r necessary to relieve present hardships, I believe the principle of tariff' reform promises a most important aid in their satisfaction and that the continued and earnest advocacy of this principle is essential to tho lightening of the burdens of our countrymen. "Hoping that your organization may continue to bo one of great usefulness and encouragement, I am, yours very Ninety-Thre- e S HEW INDUSTRIES. Es- - the "Monarch ,Shirts" wear just as siw New Railroads Incorporated in Addition to tho Industrial Showing. y Chattanooga, Tk.sw., March 25. Tho Tradesman's report of now industries established in tho Southern States during well as the shirts he the first thicd months of 1801, shows a total of 853, against 8H7 in the corresfor. pays 82.50 ponding period 6f 1S00, and 012 in the corresponding period of 1889. Tho figHo has been wearures for the quarter show a healthful and steady growth in tho South's material ing them for years ami development. will buy no other. During tho three months there were established in tho Southern States six agricultural implement works ; six barrel factories ; twelve boot and shoo factoBIG SPRING. ries (a comparatively new industry in the South, only two having been estabMiss Sue Board ia leaching tho sumlished in tho first quarter of 1800, and mer school here. 0110 in the first quarter of 1880); threo Misslrie Board, of Custer, was visiting breweries; 0110 bridge works; two car at "Sin. L. Ritchie's tho 15th. works; ten canning factories; forty-flv- o Mr. Charles Adkisson, of Irvington, is cotton and woolen mills (which is somevisiting relatives near here. what below the number established in Your correspondent was at Custer the tho corresponding quarter of 1890, but 12th and at Bcwieyvillc the lHth, attenddistribution is general, Georgia leading ing court. with twelve, South Carolina eight, Texas A Safe Investment. Mr. Charles Moorman, Jr , who has seven, and nearly every other Southern Is 0110 which is guaranteed to bring State being represented); fifty-eigbeen attending school at llardinsburg, is you satisfactory results, or in case of faillarge development and improvement now at homo and a much wiser boy is he. ure a return of purchase price. On this companies organized, Texas leading with Messrs. C. C. Moorman and Major safe plan you can buy from our ad vet Usthirty-on- e twelvoand Alabama with ten; where at Custer the 12th attending ed druggists a bottle of Dr. King's New electric light companies organized ; Mention this paper. court. Discovery, for Consumption. It is guarfoity-sevc- u twenty-twflour and gristmills; Mr. George T. Mercer, of Rosetta, says anteed to bring relief in every case, when foundries and machine shops There aro many Cough Remedies, but used for any affection of Throat, Lungs ho wants tho Wheelers to send him to (against forty-thre- e in 1890, and forty-liv- e only one "Certain Cough Cuie." See GitovEn Cm:ve.axi." tho legislature in August. We can't do truly, in 1889, Texas leading with ten, that tho trade mark "C. C. C." is on tho or Chest, such as Consumption, Inflamthat, Captain George. mation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Don't bo Gloomy. Virginia nine, and the balance being wrapjer and blown in the bottle. Sold Whooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It Dr. Miles White, of Lancaster, EngTHAT CAN BE RELIED ON Those who are tho victims of mer- equally distributed); nine blast furnaces by J. W. Owen. is pleasant and agreeable to taste, perland, a veterinary surgeon, was here on curial poisoning, or who BE UP 3ULfc! in the organized, asainst twenty-thre- e aro suffering fectly safe, and can always bo depended tho night of the Kith and gave us an in- from mercurial TO rheumatism, are inclined corresponding period in 1890, and seven- The Following Letter Explains Itself. teresting lecture on tho domestic aniupon. Trial bottles free at G. W. Short's, to take a gloomy view of life when, as teen in 1889; seven gas works organized; THE MARK Railway Mail Skkvici:, 1 Cloverport, Ky., and J. Witt's, Ilardinsmals. plants; the poet says, "Winter is folding its twenty-eigh- t BEARS THIS MARK. Olllco of Chief Clerk. burg, Ky. Mr. Taylor Norris and Mr. John Richo mining and quarrying compawhite tents and spring getting its thunKy., March 10th, 1891. ardson, two Wheelers, want a third party derstorms together." Yet these victims nies incorporated; four nail works; eight Mit. John 1). Baiuiami:, It is announced that Secretary Proctor, man. Every member of tho Plains' have no reason to despair. S. S. S. is a oil mills, against twenty-on- e in the coras well as Secretary Noble, desire to o Publisher Breckenridgo Nows, Wheeler lodge but one say they will in sure remedy for all forms of mercuiial responding of period 1890; five from President Harrison's cabinet. Cloverport, Ky. dorse a Wheeler candidate for the legis- poisoning. Though it is purely a vege- potteries; one rolling-mil- l company ; Sut : Your favor of tho 9th Inst., con- Mr. Proctor has his eye on tho Vermont lature. LL-Lsstreet railway lines incorporated; cerning failure of your papers to prompttable medicine, it is powerful, indeed, Senatorship. J watcrwoiks ly reach destination received. Upon inMessrs. Dock Springgatc, Jesse 15. when called on to chase mercury,' and twelve tanneries; thirty-tw- o g Nervous and delicate women should plants, and vestigation, I find that tho postmaster at Trent and A. Smith, of Custer, were in the last lingering effects of mercury, out chartered ; 141 miscellaneous industries. our city tho 14th. We think the boys Of tho system. It performs tho work seventy-nin- o Ilardinsburg reports tho prompt ar- not take Quinine and rack thoir nerves, The phosphate excitement in tho rival of the papers at his office, and that but "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," the were lost somewhere on the road and with neatness and dispatch, as thousands NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. South is shown by the fact that thirty-- they aro dispatched to McD.miels , that great remedy for Fever, Ague and had to come to our town to get your of testimonials show. correspondent to tell them tho way to two new companies were organized dur the only failures on the lino have been Malaria. Sold and warranted by J. W. ONLY LINEN-LINE- D How to Cnre a Headache. ing the quarter, nineteen of which were due to high waters. Custer. They didn't go as told, but took Owen. MARKET. COLLAR IN e a chase and left every man's At present, there is no Railway Postal In ease of the ordinary nervous head- formed in Florida. Charles F. Cliickering, the fence down between hero and Custer that ache, from which women suffer so much, Tho extraordinary activity in railroad Clerk Servico on the trains between IrvYork they went through. says an authority, remove the dress building in thoSouth is evidenced by tho ington and Fordsville, so that your pa- piano manufacturer, died in Now rt'as tlio fact that during tho three months, ninety-thre- e pers cannot reach all tho offices on that few davs since. Mr. ChmUorirS waist, knot the hair high up on the The Big Spring Baseball Club Associa ! mntarily turned over ircntlemnn vm new railroad companies were in- line on tho day of publication. 1 am tion met on the 14th for the purpose of head, out of the way, and, while leaning V6 lio surrogate $500,000 left him by the 'fi1 organizing. Mr. C. V. Morris was elected over the basin, place a sponge soaked in corporated; thirteen in Virginia, thirteen ntwlfinrnrimr in trvn to miser Paine, and which no one knew he .ishne, and-hopcaptain on the second ballot. J. T. Sub-le- tt hot water, as hot as can be borne, on the in North Carolina, twelve in Georgia, .d. ""' ""1" be successful. When this is done, I had. This action was in accord with his ' was elected secretary on tho fifth neck. Repeat this many times, also ap- ten . in Alabama, sevr" . ,.Aus'ai'nt' iouth Carolina, and think you will havo no trouble about the lifelong courso of tho highest integrity. lui nun i re in ballot. Each member was assigned his plying the sponge behind tho ears, and, Eleven in Tennessee. delay to your papers. I shall bo glad to y. ositiou for tlie ensuing year as follows: if the assertion of the writeHs not. r. For an emergency there is no remedy endless vavic-tTho Tradesman says that the present hear from you at any time, concerning C. F. Morris, pitcher; II. Xorris, first taken one, in Jmr8 iir-- f lm' callsei, 60 indications point to continued activity in any irregularities you may have on ac- more essential than "C. C. C. Certain T am now base: H. Miller, second base: C. Daven Milch misery will bo felt to relax and tho Southern States in all industrial count of imperfect service, and will take Cough Cure" for Croup, Whooping back at my oh) port, third base; T. Hardin, sbjjfo,,, smooth themselves out deliciously, and Cough, ptc. Sold by J. W. Owen. branches, and tho ensuing year gives pleasure in correcting them. Nate Board, right field;. flt.,p 7 $ny. very frequently tho pain promptly stand and remore flattering promise of substantial Very respectfully, left flcldt B. Bif-"vanishes in consequence. Every woman development in manufacturing growth II. B. Jinks, C. C. spectfully solieit knows the aching faco and neck generalthan any previous year ; a most gratifyAT Talk's cheap, but when it's backed up ly brought homo from a hard day's shoj-pinthe patronage of A Duty to Yourself. ing feature of this year being tho diversiROCK LICK, KY. by a pledge of the hard cash of a finanor from a long round of calls and fied character of the new industries. It is surprising that people will use a the public. A11I1 anil working machinery, good steam cially responsible firm, or company, of afternoon teas. She regards with incommon ordinary pill when they can power, cuttlo, bog and fanning iinnUaionts. world-wid- e reputation , for fair and hon- tense dissatisfaction tho heavy lines Farm consists of PO acres, 75 in good oultiva secure a valuable English one for the Merit Wins. lion, 21 In Oak timber, "ell improved, nnd orable dealing, mean hiulnets! drawn around her eyes and mouth by Wo desire to say to our citizens, that same money. Dr. Acker's English pills will sell at auction salo tn the highest Mid best Now, there are scores of sarsaparillas the long strain on the facial muscles, aro a positive cure for and bidder, all together or generate. Sale to tuko and other all cracked up and when she must carry that worn for years we have been selling Dr. King's all liver troubles. They aro small, sweet, place- on Saturday, March 28th, nt Hock Lick, wwwu iuv vJ ft j viiv bun pru iiiu if to be the best, purebt, most peculiar and countenance to some dinner party or New Discovery for 'Consumption Dr. easily taken, and do not gripe. Sold by correspond with me at Addison, Ky. . Terms wonderful, but bear in mind (for your evening's amusement, it robs her of all King's New Life Pills, Bucklcn's Arnica G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., Honest Goods. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. and Witt easy and made known on day of sale. II. L. MORTON, Addison, Ky. own sake), there's only one guaranteed the pleasure to be had in it. Cosmetics Salvo and Electric Bitters, and liavo nev & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. and remedy for torpid aro not the cure, nor bromides, or tho er handled remedies that sell as well, or roa iiLonn, liver and all diseases that come from many nerve sedatives to bo had at the that havo given such universal satisfacSugar Seduction and the Trust. AWukne&i. llalurhi. Inriiractlmi nnd tion. We do not hesitato to guarantee Biliousness, take bad blood. drug shop. Here, again, the sponge and them every The cheapening of sugar on April 1st IIUOWN'S IKON BITTERS. time, and we staud ready to That one standing solitary and alone hot water aro advised by tho writer It cures quickly. For salo by all dealers Id refund the purchase price, if satisfactory by the removal of the duty is a clever medicine. Get tlio ceutiluu. told on trial, is quoted, bathing the face in water as hot results do not follow their use. Tlieso attempt to overlay with a coat of sweetDr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov-eiy- . as can possibly be borne, apply the remedies have won their great popular- ening tho MuKinley bolus, but tho peosponge over and over again to tjie ple may rest assured that this also is If it doesn't do good in skin, scalp and tcmples, throat, and behind tho ears, ity purely on their merits. G. W. Short, mainly in the interest of the manufacOUTSELL ALL OTHERS. Cloverpoit, Ky., and J. A. Witt, scrofulous diseases and pulmonary con- where most of tho nerves and muscles of turers and not tho consumers. "The Ky. a sumption is only pb'crlpllon line every proper namo Is divided Into syllables, an d the just let the head center, and then bathe the : parties receiving the greatest benefit," I'Jnewl over Die emphatic syllable, so tuat lllblo readers can tell at a glauce the proper pruuuucl its makers know and get your money faco in water running cold from tho oi tlio tor(le says a gentleman who is thoroughly Containing 300 acres. 200 acres The Third Scotch-Iris- h Congress. THE GREATEST AID EVER PUT INTO A SUBSCRIPTION BIBLE back. faucet. Color and smoothness of outTho third annual Congress of tho posted, "aro tho refiners." This means cleared , 100 in fine timber, situatTalk's cheap, but to back a poor mediThis superb edition li printed from NKW ELKCTIIOTYPE I'LATKH. rnHn f mm l.r mrvr. line como back to tho face, and astonishSugar Trust, which up to this timo ed rrn.cleur i ni people of America will bo the on tho Ilardinsburg and Clovor-po- rt he thG ,nost accurate andfaluabla cine, or a common one, by selling it on ing freshness and comfort is the result, Scotch-Iris- h ....... ...........' tlie ..uoiy Jilule ever tnadoln inmcour"""wriy?,10 has made half a cent a pound on tho "" " "" tJiAi . v wiisriUVH MUU uliiulilo f i ....Au (u our Hues uflllbles. trial, as "Golden Medical Discovery" is and if a nap of ten minutes can follow, held in Louisville, Ky., from May tho r.00,000,000 pounds refined Turnpike, two miles West of each month. 14th to the 17th next. The Congress at sold, would bankrupt the largest fortune. every trace of fatigue will vanish. EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY TO SUCCESS. Ilardinsburg and eight miles East Pittsburgh, Pa., last year was attended Tho now law will enable tho trust to exTalk's cheap, but only "Discovery" is Analyst. Forty acres sown WE GIVE CANVASSERS THE LARGEST COMMISby President Harrison and his Cabinet, actly double this profit, and it will then of Cloverport. ynurantred. mako tho snug sum of $1,000,000 a in wheat, forty acres good corn besides hundreds of other distinguished SIONS EVER ALLOWED TO BIBLE AGENTS. Any Man Can Take a Newspaper. men. The gathering this year will bo month, instead of half this amount. ground, and twenty acres for oats, GUSTON. is the cheapest thing he can buy. It SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO more notable. It will assemble tho best Tho citizen should ponder these figures ten acres for tobacco, the remaindEvery time a hen clucks and has laid an EXPERIENCED AGENTS. elements of tho race, from all parts of when he returns from tho grocery, after Mr. George Drury went to Louisville er in grass. egg, his paper is paid for that week. It Look to your Interests, and write lor terms to (Mention Hits paper. Monday. the United States and British America. ordering his dollar's worth of sweetencosts less than a postage stamp, less ing. He need not rejoice overmuch at Improvements, one dwelliiiK and CRANSTON & - - CINCINNATI, O. Among tho other eminent speakers his Mr. John Meador, of Big Spring, was than to send or receive a single letter. small saving on sugar. His joy will two tenant houses, two barns, and in town Wednesday. What good does it do you ? It instructs who will deliver addresses are: Gover- bo tempered by a mental calculation as T. E. Ditto, of Brandenburg, was in you and broadens your views. It inter- nor Buckner, Hon. W. C. P. Breckin- - to how many years it will tako for tho well supplied with water tho year ,. two orchards, one bearing, Louisville, St.Loufs & R, R, Co, - .1 0 town Monday. ests your wife and educates your chil- ridgo, Judgo Wm. Lindsay and Hon. augur ,i. 1110 n inisi 10 ausoru .t entire cur- round, IFor lOSTerFADJHO tt&NHOOD Captain T. E. Eastin, of Lexington, dren. It comes to you every week, rain Henry Watterson, of Kentucky; Rev. rency of the country, at tho now rate of the other just sot out. KTjHniSE General and NEUV0U3 DEBIXITYi 3STO. paid his old friend, Mr. R. J. Patteson, or shine, calm or storm, bringing you Dr. John Hall, of Now York; Rev. Stu- $13,200,000 a year, which is its share of This is a splendid farm and well A JMJl IIMi' Wesineisof BodyandMind, Effects of Toronto, Canada; Mr. Il.ko.l, A.M. SHMIOOH fully l(..lrtd. How t.r.liTil Till tho news of the busy world. No matter art Acheson, a short visit. the benefits of tho now law. St. Louis suited for raising stock. Will be Uctt.lb..HKlK,UNDErkUiri'DUIKHl'3ftriUT8(jl'Sonr: Alexander Montgomery, of San Fran- Republic. Jbulitrlr nnr.lilu MUSK Tlll!tTllKNT-n- att In dir. TulClllHT Effect Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Jones, of Big what happens, it enters your door every cisco; Hon. A. E. Stevenson, of lUI .nd k'rtl(a Coortrlt Writ. sold at a low price snd on reason- B.o Itilll ttta IVripliialUniad prof a.ll.d. Ottl.d)Ihtm. Illinois, IX.crlpth Beat, week as a welcome friend, full of sunfMe. Spring, were in town Monday. Mrs. At 5:00 o'clclfA. K Sunday.Nor.SO. . 1690 and Rev. Dr. J. II. Bryson, ol Alabama. able terms. For furthor particulars mni ERIE fflCDlOAL CO.. Is Life Worth Living? Jones took tho train for her former homo shine and cheer and interest. It ojxms Tho Scotch-Iris- h Society of America, Not if yougo through tho world a dyspep- address J. T. ROBARDS, Wet Bound Train) she expects to make a short visit. tho door of the great world and pats Eatt Bound TrmHt where you face to faco with its people and its with Mr. Robert Bonner, of New York, tic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are 61 Ilardinsburg, Ky. 52 fi3 formerly of near Miss Laura Smith, 61 Mull & Mull & great events. It shortens tho long sum- as President, will havo charge of tho ex- a positive cure for tho worst forms of Iixpr's Uxpr's STATIONS Kxpr's Kxpr's Guston, has given up her position with mer days and enlightens nkT tho long winter ercises; but it will not bo strictly n society Dyspopsia, Indigeston, Flatulency and Dally Peasleo &. Gaulbert as typo writer, and nights. Dally Dally Dally It is your adviser, your gossip, gathering. It will bo more properly a Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by I) 25pm 8 Ul.im Iv.Un'n J)p't..ur 105 now has a position at tho Gait House. 9 05pm g of the raco. A JOURNAL FOli ADVERTlSEliS. your friend. No man is just to his and U4U 820 G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt iwmucky St. 12 60 850 71W 12 10,'in 810 JUI West l'oiiit Messrs. Patteson A Bewley have re- children who does not give them a good All Scotch-Iris- h people aro earnestly & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Howard 7a U03 I2UIIII1I 8 05 Issued weekly, and is the representative Is ceived to this dato about 70,000 lbs. of paper to read. No man is good to him invited to attend, and tho local popula920 llock Haven 11 Kiam 7 45 7(U jnurnul the trade Jourt.al of American adver927 Long llrunch 1143 7 35 tobacco, tho most of it coming from self and wifu who does not tako a first-cla- tion, without regard to raco, will bo cor 8 IH About tho Size of U37 llrumlenburi; 1131 720 tisers. It indicates to the Inexperienced adrer 8U7 9 4U Breckenridgo county, tho highest price Mcailc Springs 1130 722 dially welcomed. Reduced railroad fare newspaper. Ex. Tho Constitutional Convention docs titer how, when, and whero ha should advei 94(1 8 14 1124 Kkron 710 being paid was $12.00 per ewt. MM 82! (jiistnn and amplo facilities for sight-seein- g 1110 will not seo its way clear to adjournment?' In tlse j how to write an advertisement; how 707 10 m 820 Irvington 1107 068 We Can And Do bo extended to all who como. Another fact, it is beginning to bo very Mr. D. W. lewis, "teller" at the s:su 1012 10.V) Wibster 0 49 generally display one; what newspapers tu use; how much 10 Ml 1061 l.odilmr 641 Meado County Deposit Bank, passed Guaranteo Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for attraction to visitors will bo tho grpat doubted if tho Constitutional Convenmoney to expend In faot, discourses on every 10 8 SO 1'terce 10 42 030 1UBU DUi Si.i..nl through our town last week en routo to it has been fully demonstrated to tho Musical Festival, which will be in pro tion is capable of seeing clearly at all. 1030 point that admits of profitable discussion. Ad024 UJU 1041 Steplicnbport 1020 015 GHILL CUFrS. vertising is an art practiced by many but unhis Breckenridgo county farm whero ho people of this country that it is superior gress during tho evenings of tho occa- Louisville Commercial. 91U low 1021 Addison 009 ClaEAI'EVJ,' MEDICINE JINOWH lllfW Ul'J 1018 Holt derstood by few. The conductors of Printers' 000 is planting out a largo number of apple to all other preparations for blood dis- sion. CONSIDERING QUALITV AND SIZE OF DOSE. 111)0 U33 Clovtrport 10 IB 561 Ink understand it, and their advice Is based on 1M0 1114 II? VT'IT.T. ALSO aURJB trees. He says in a short while ho and eases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic 1165 bhops A Child Killed. Many of tho most prominent men in 543 11 ai 9fci Sklllman 9 41 BILIOUSNESS, DYSPEPSIA, 531 nu experience of uioro o years "Tom" intend erecting in his orchard poisoning, Ulcers, Emptions and Pim- every county of Kentucky aro Scotch-Iris- h 1(1 01 11 37 Another child killed by the uso of opi- In placing adrerttselng than twenty-fiv9 32 llawcsWIle 5 21 AND cnnONIO CONSTIPATION. 10 US 1141 contraoti for nmny of Tetrie 923 "cold storago rooms." 512 ples. It purifies tho whole system und extraction, and will bo present to ates given in tho form of Soothing syrup. 11 CI 1011 Falcon 917 505 the largest and most successful advertisers. A O. C. MARTIN II fill.tm 1017 Ciiyce 913 5 01 Hon. Gus. W. Richardson and o'ur thoroughly builds up tlio constitution. assist in properly celebrating the heroic Why mothers give their children such year's subscription costs but two 12UUpin lUil dollars : sau-pi- e 'J W Lewlaport 465 DnUQQIST 1041 1221 hustling agent, Mr. A. J. Thompson, For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., deeds of their pioneer forefathers, to deadly poison is surprising when they 1'owers 847 438 copies Free. Addross : : 1055 NtXT DOOR UEIOW P08T OFFICE. l'atcs 8 32 4 25 whom this Congress will call especial at can relievo the child of its peculiar trouwent to the city Wednesday. Mr. and ltt & Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky, 00 124S 11 (IE0. P. U0WKI.L .t-- CO., Ky Oivciuboro Cloverport, 822 417 12fi9 1118 Scotch-Iris- h Mattlnyly 8 08 Thompson's largo warehouse is nearly Newspaper Advertising Uureau, 4 0'. tention. Society of bles by using 1120 1U7 btanlcy 7 69 It is claimed that tho fastest timo ever Kentucky Iho branch of tho national or-- It contains no Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. EWrTOfiHfHKftrafHrasBffiflHilHMBS 10 Spruce St., New York. 360 is a 117 completed and ho says in a very short llW opium or morphine. Sold Worthlneton 7 47 340 FREE TO ALL. madu on an American railway was on 1155 137 Spottsvlile 728 331 ganization, and ita special objects to byG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and time it will bo full of "fanners' general 1205pm 140 FlauVotta 719 323 Our Now Illustrated the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne & Chicago collect historical data relating to 1220am 2 00pm ar.Hcndcr.'n 7 05am 3 10pm supply goods" and can furnish you from tlieso Witt& Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. uauuogue oi Hants, road. Tho official report showed that a Rulbs, Vines, Shrubs, pioneers and thoir descendants. Corany amount of "Climax Gas stock" to a Klthorof our Stallions Prown's MiQuaJd, iiHfrllilUrorfunMhftrohet'nmaili'tt train ran 53 miles in 15 minutes, 11 respondence is solicited with iriii, omau rruiis. a highly bred trotter or Hojpy Thought, a si jaffRvttaiaKiEr wwli f.,r Btf iy Gripe Vine, Seeds, j, Natural Gas in England. groundhog threshing machine. all who Ttftii, ami jtt, A1t 1 olU, ohl, miles of which were covered in 7 min,oi,.i, combined bred horse. Doth young and sound, evergreens, etc., win HMOif. Othfn U,lujia wall. Why wish to becomo members before the ConTho Salt Union borings havo been pro1 fii6P21fesT bo nailed Free to all lil.it tri.nt U.. .. "..at.,.. ... ft Addxesi Jab O. Stipucvr, Br., rviiirsmtlirnUV,UU SH nnirn. IMIllla You will bo cured without inlliction if utes, or at an averago speed of 04 miles gress. Send applications for memberVi....J. in viofi. ana . " flnnlfranfa. ' i iuw i......i ceeding simultaneously in Cleveland orJ, O, STrniEtis, Jr. (it lioiua, nkVrrrtr ;ourt. K?t n nit and 4000 varieties oj r r.illr taro.n you tako "C. C. O. Certain Chill Cure," an hour. This record is said to be ship or for furthor Information to Holt, Ky. nnd Cheshire. It is reported that in tho c...,:" .. Ka..jr Allafrta, Wt.l'owfont to "."""' el- roul.ow ltd atari tan I - ... for Chills ami Fever. Pleasant to take. authenticated by tho train sheets. HELM BRUCE, Sec'y, : 36 Greenhouses; 30 cere. Address. former district natural gas has been oi all .- im. Ill i.wu.y fr work- Examine Babbage'a new line of queens-war? trJ:. c . Monarch shirt Is the iH'st, I fVillalf TTI l'".ur,,,Kwn amonrlhcra. nunc a ncUNtu, lyiuisviLLK. ky. ab Guaranteed. Fold by J. W. Owpii. Louisville, Ky. struck and issues in great volumes. well and fit just as Mc-Ca- o Gov. Hogg'B Veto Message. Gov. Hogg upholds the honor of the State of Texas by his veto of the, act accepting the McKinley bounty of Scents n pound on the sugar made on the sugar plantation that tho State operates by convict labor, Like ewry other ulleged benefit conferred by Republican paternalism, this sugar bounty is coupled with conditions which give tho agents of said paternalism unlimited power to tncddlo with and "supervise" the private business and industry of tho sugar planter who accepts it. Gov. Hogg declares, in a way to mako his constituents more than ever proud of him, that the State of Texas cannot afford, for 2 cents a pound nor any other sum, to conduct its business of making raw sugar under license of tho Internal Revenue Commissioner and under supervision of the spies of the Internal Rcvcuuo Bureau. His position is that if tho Stato of Texas desires to raise sugar by convict labor, under no circumstances can she ask or accept license so to do from any other government, nor can she yield to a supervision of any poition of her affairs by any officer not bubject to her own laws. The spirit which prompts this is nothing rnoro than proper State pride, and the doctrino is a conservative and patriotic assertion of Stat.1 rights. If tho bounty provision of the McKlnloy law is not declared unconstitutional, as Gov. Hogg says it ought to be, the individual planters who may be driven to nccept tho bounty will find the Internal Revenue espionage a most vexatious and annoying feature of the business. St. leuis Republic. A Success. Royal Germetuor is established as a remarkable success. Thousands of testimonials attest its virtue. Many of these aro given by men and women of Iho highest standing tu the most honored walks of life. In tho midst of a flourishing and rapidly increasing business, tho price is reduced from $1.50 to SI per bottle. This is done in the interest of those whoso circumstances in life deter them from paying the higher price. The rich will buy it at any price, but the managers feel, that a medicine which possesses such wonderful powers should be placed within tho reach of the poor. Many have said that Germetuer was the cheapest medicine on the mnrket. When it is remembered that a bottle of Germetuer makes a gallon of medicine ready for use, It is certainly cheaper than ordinary medicine In a bulk, and when the powers of tho medicine arc taken into account, the price amounts to almost j noiuiug. Germetuer is the coining success that has already come. Ask your druggist for it, and if ho cannot supply you writo to E. M. Coleman, General Representative, Louisville, Ky. Send for book containing particulars and history of wonderful cures. 1891 FRANK S.COOK. : :- 1 LUMBER, Juii 1 ilu, SHINGLES, DOOES, ' SASH &c XjIZfcsTiDjB 1 Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET.' 15th & 16th STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF ISTcyt rJcyt to PajBOOloiM TRADE to fifty-thre- J re-tir- fifty-- three SE wood-workin- l marh. THE WATERPROOF wild-goos- THE well-know- n HERE WE AEE AGAIN " ..!.. 11 o " L 4ND SALE! g, sick-headac- blood-purifier- - 11 FURNITURE, UfOEBTASf ER, -- Mood-purifi- 9 the CNG FAMILY accent-mark- g, lung-scroful- Valuable Farm for Sale! IARAL LBL BIBIiES mj ' AGEMTS WANTED) STOWE, .- to TIME SCHEDULE 17. Vl We Printers' Ink '.. .J tar 4 I mass-meetin- ss It Cva8BEST '1 For Sale. 'Jt 1 I - .. e. OTW s 1- a H II.IIulUu.fcr.,..xMhOl'Urtlu.,i.Mu1u CSlLik- i-