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CLOYERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APEIL 8, 1891. REMINISCENCES. oi.i)-riMi- Tradesman, this newspaper In the homes of pctylc buying the kind of goods ynuTrnay have to sell. Moral Invite them to your store. VOL. XV. oitr Brands oy flour, -- NO. 37. DID YOU KNOW THAT NONE SUCH, DAILY BREAD, SATISFACTION, BOYD'S ENTIRE. areI" " NQNESuoHismade by taking from each bushel of wheat only about 6 lbs of the V very finest flour it contains., This is accomplished by the latest improved process known to the milling 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 to-day, Such. If your gro cer does not keep it send to us. Terms cash or good references. BOYD BEOS., IRVINGTON, KY. If You Have CONSUMPTION COUGH or GOLD ed when a precinct is divided because it cannot bo carried as n whole. Brecken-ridg- e county may be congratulated for :. nv an haying secured so great railroad facilities ' with so small an outlay ol money by tax No. 17. ' h of Claims nilroads In Kentucky may ,well bo or otherwise, and her Court will novcr entertain a proposition lookconsitlercd in these "Reminiscences," ing towards repudiation in any shape or occupying, an is now the cuse, n position in tho county, uHlioui;h form. of until within tho last decade they had But few persons, perhaps, liavo an not (iSHUined proportions in the State conception of the railway milethat would placothcm beyond infancy, in lino with thnt class of age of the United States. The Interstate thus being Railway Commissioners, in their report manufacturers supposed by many to to Congress, say that it is "equal to many need protection. times that of any other country, and a considerably exceeding thatot all EuPrevious to 18o0, charters granted to rope combined. The railway milcago of railroads" were much moro liljeral in this country is in round numbers about their provisions limn now, and those 100,000 miles. Tho number of employes provisions were in tho nature of "vested exceed 700,000, and with others conrighto," VjTicli could not bo ''revoked by nected in varicus capacities, aggregato subsequent legislation, whereas charters not-f- ar from ono million persons, or obtained slfice thai 'timer arc subject to of tho adult malo nearly revision Or repeal at tbo discretion of regulating population of the country." This would the Legislature, bo that laws indicate an investment in money of over the management of railroads aro from $3,000,000,000, tho average cost of railtime to time iiiado and enforced. These roads in tho United States bejug $54,000 laws, however, have in the main not per mile. In Kentucky thero wero on been oppressive as yet, but there is n 3,0-1miles of making them the 1st of January, 1M)1, strong tendency toward railroad, us against 1,530 miles in 1880. more stringent. A very large proportion of this increase besession of has been mado since 1885, but little .Even as far back as tho ing done in tho first half of the decade. 1870-8- 0, a bill was introduced in tho The average cost per mile in Kentucky Lower House by tho member from Shelis $48,050, showing an investment of from a law then recently enby, copied nearly 150,000,000, mostly the result of acted in Missouri, appointing commismanagement of capital from outside tho State. sioners to regulato tho all railroads and enfoico compliance o Three years sinco the county of with the very stringent measures of said had 7 miles of railroad, now it bill, and which would have greatly rehas 78 miles, Which is more than any tarded tho building of railroads in the other county in the State has except who as a boy emState. This writer, Jefferson, and involving an outlay of ployed on a railroad in Virginia, and nearly two and a half million dollars. from observation since, saw at onco tho e pt an attempt by tho Legislature to folly Tho history of tho L., St. L. & T. Railrun" the railroads of tho State a matter way, from its inception, will be given in requiring the utmost skill and much ex our next, and perhaps last, number of perience to succeed offered as n.eub$ti- these "Reminiscences." tuto a bill appointing commissioners advisatory powcw only, to look with Folk-lor- e and Folk-Curinto tho whole matter, inform them Some of the scientists who make a report to selves on various points, and have lately been tho next meeting of tho Legislature. specialty of folk-lor- o The nature of this substitute was spoken making inquiries about tho malady of to a member of the Senate, by a friend which the country people called Bpring of. his in the House, who was himself fever. It is a genuine malady, though preparing to introduco a bill upon tho moro disagreeable than serious. Yet it subject, and who at once incorporated should bo taken noto of. "Whilo the this idea, and tho member of the Houso scientists aro inquiring about tho tone of requested tho author to hold it Up that tho malady, those who nre suffering tho thcSenator might biing it in, saying lassitude, nervousness and melancholia, the credit would go to him any way, as that arc its symptoms, should run the author of the substitute, and from whom diseaso out of their systems by moans of that moro subtle scientist and UuMden was obtained. S. S. S. This is particularly necessary, sinco spring fover leaves tho sysThe subhtituto was pre&bed, however, tem in HuclrtrcOnUitlbn'tliat it succumbs but defeated in thd HbTIsc, the member readily to diseases that aro moro dangeralluded to and other friends of the Senless easily controlled. S. S. S. is voting against it that it might orig- ous and ator a preventive as well as a remedy. inate in tho Senate, which it did was V to one-twelf- th V V Ilreck-onridg- e. BETTER ROADS. This is the season of the year when it is well to call the attention of tho fann-- c rs overy where to the necessity for better roads. They cannot bo obtained legislation, nnd in without some cases taxation. But every year's experience will show that tho farmots aro neglecting their own Interests in neglecting this matter. Roads will not bo built for them by other sections of the country, neither by the National nor by tho State Government. If we aro to have better country roads they arc to bo obtained only by tho constant agitation of this subject among tho farmers themselves. Tho cost of good roads Is considerable, but the annual of bad roads is simply enormous. A revival of interest on this subject that would result in building a good system of roads throughout the country would benefit tho entire community as much ul most as the building of the railroad system has done, and they would give far moro value to the railroads than they Every railroad station now possess. should be the center of a system of good country roads by which the farmer could get access to transportation facilities. Wo do not boliovo that thero is any subject of moro Vital importance to the fanner than this, and wo would bo glad to have the various associations of farmers take up the question and discuss it in all of its relations, and so arouso a local sentiment that would give us better roads. The value of your crops largely depends upon your access to your markets, not simply to your town or village, but to markets. In many cases the world-wid- e it costs you more to haul your crop to town than it docs to haul it from that town to New York. You do not know-i- t always ; you do not consider the wear and tear of your wagons nor tho use of your horses and men ; but if tho farmers would for a moment consider the saving that could be accomplished by good roads they would have them in a very short time. Home and Farm. ROSETTA. No gossip afloat. Mrs. David Jones is ill. Mrs. Abel Gross is proud of her saddle. Mrs. Henry Priest and little daughter arc quite sick with pneumonia. Miss Mattlc Meador, of Custer, spent a week in town visiting friends. Mr. S. A. Kasey, of Jefferson county, was in our town a few days this week. Mr. Alfred Taylor bought nino head of cattle from Mr. Sandy Kasey, of Plains. Mr. George Mercer does not get so sick but that he can go to Hardinsburg occasionally. Mrs. Nannio Hall will move to her farm in tho Custer neighborhood as soon as the mud dries. Mr. Nathaniel Buckler, of Eveleigh, was the guest of Miss Argen Mercer Tuesday and Wednesday. Our village is dry, but not from want of rain. Farmers aro backward in their work and grumbling, as they usually do. They aro making preparations for largo crops this year, especially of tobacco. Mr. Otto Robinson tells the boss snake story of the season. In cleaning out his fence corners one morning lie came in viper. It contact with a spread-heabecame angry and struck his hoc handle. Whilo ho was eating his dinner tho hoe handle swelled and burst the eye of his hoc. A gentleman of our neighborhood has been visiting a young lady ten years. Ho has, upon an average of two visits n week, mado 1,040 visits and ridden Ti,'-'miles. We leave some ono else to calcug g and late the is going to expense. Ho declares he end the expense and take her in. d 40 shoe-blackinhorse-shoein- Witt & Meador IN TOWN. That Witt & Meador havo the cheapest lino of Shoes in town. ' That Witt & Meador have marked their goods down in reach of nil. lliat Witt & Meador have tho host line of dress goods in town. ' That Witt & Meador have the host trade in Ilardinsburg. That Witt & Meador havo the best assortment of Gent's Neckwear and Suspenders ever exhibited in Ilardinsburg. That Witt & Meador aro tho leading Druggists in Ilardinsburg. That Witt & Meador have tho best Garden Seed on the market. That Witt & Meador arc doing tho business of this place. That Witt it Meador have the best line of Cigars and Tobacco in town That Witt & Meador invito special attention of the Ladies and Young Men. Ladies, call and eco our line of Lawns and Ginghams before buying. Boys, give us a call and see our display of Neckwear, and you will agree with us that we have the best line in town. SHO ARE SELLING THE BEST LOT OF IS WITT & MEADOR, HARDINSBURG, KY. S3 0 B9 Happy Hoosiers. Win. Tinunons, Postmaster of Idaville, Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters has done more for mo than all other medicine combined, for that bad feeling arising from Kidney and Liver trouble." John Leslie, farmer and stockman of same place says : "Find Electric Bitters to bo tho best Kidney and Liver medicine, makes mo feel like a new man." J. W. Gardner, hardware merchant, samo "to Wn, says Electric Bitters is just tho thing' fora man whethwho is all run down and don't-car-e er ho lives or dies; he foutulncw. strength good appetite and felt just like he had a now leaso on life. Only 50c. a bottle, at G. W. Short's, Clovorport, Ky., and J. A Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. Tho poets sli g, In dainty rhymes, Of summer days and sunny climes, Of beauteous maidens, passing fair, With witching eyes and waving hair, Till, near the end, you're apt to see Tls but an "ad" for V. F. P. ; folk-cur-i- st that is, Pierce's Favorite Prescription, The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices J tbo infallible and guaranteed remedy can be found at of female weakness, which for all kinds " cure tho ailments of feebie, and debilitated women, and restores VVtJ"s them to youthfulness and beauty onco We carrv a lariro assortment of Harness of our own iiniinr.intiM- remedy, more. Tho price of this royal at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made Dr. Picrco's Favorito Prescription, is but from pure Oak Tanned Leather. evSI a bottle, and inonoy refunded in Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, SG.50, $7.50, 89.00 give satisfaction. ery case if it doesn't and 812.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and $1.00. Saddles, $1.75, See guarantee on 2.50, S3.507 $4.00, $ 1.50, $5.00, 87.00 and 810.00. We carry a line "run-down- MAMBILE1,M S)S bottle-wrappe- r. BRONCHITIS Throat Affection Wasting of Flesh SCROFULA u v are Inflamed, Lack of Strength or Kerve I'oicer, you can be relieved and Cured by Of any VUenee ichtre the Throat and Zung agreed to in tho House and became a with such amendmontsus seemed from time to time nccessary,,but retaining the original idea of advisatory; leaving final issue when necessary to tho courts, is the law now. law;-which, SCOTT'S EMULSION PURE COD LIVER OIL Scott' EmuUton, and let no t ptanatton or loltcltutlon Induce you to accept a lubttttnte. OF With Hypophosphltes. PALATABLE AS MILK. jlikfor , Sold by all Druggists. SOOTT A BOWNE, ;a Chemists, N.Y. irl btttiTf 1 . t tt 01 n i. r i i. ..-a inufliLut ' " 5, 'tt!iT "i lLtiotr itiimn flrumtitv T y ni I jo viurit ruij uit-pa m ffltHm llitili (Pi5V-n i Mm, ". it yeu rait oil iirvi, In Ijuui,art of cuni..it-iira- l tlv merit luff ', our t.i.Hty r ttar hibmrntf oolrto blltlTfor Hit wilt. All Unvw. (.rvI i trn itkefKASILY.fel'LMULYIctrnrfC irt jou, furntthlnr cvni-t.i.iil'AUllCULAKrt IHYV. Addreu it one. bliiWJJI tO., BilNk tf'"h" 2 mIuIh r y itl y 3 tin R. , n When railroad building was fint begun jn Kentucky, it was done by selling stock to raise tho money. This stock was much pf it subscribed for by individuals, and payment for samo made by installments as called for, to bo actually expended in constructing tho road, and tho progress made was Blow. As it was found impossible to raise n Miflicient amount in this way, it was necessary to securo county aid. At that time no largo syndicates or capitalists existed to advanco money to railroads, consequently bonds were issued by counties and municipalities, based upon their ability, or supposed ability, to meet their obligations, and theso bonds weio sold at a heavy discount and in comparatively small amounts wherever they could bo placed to tho besUadvantago, and tho money used in prosecuting tbo work. Many counties, in their anxiety to get roads, or upon falso conception of tho outcome, were seriously involved by a burdensome tax, and this accounts for much of tho prejudico since doveloped against railroads. Now tho modo of Imis altogether different. mense amount of capital is now held for investment, and railroad bonds aro much sought after, so that county aid and subsidies are not regarded as indispensable except bo far as may bo required to induce parties to take bold of an enterprise, much depending upon tho merits and proper handling of the samo in order to succeed without n tax. re The Commercial Garotte remarks that How This Period of Time Figures in Uncle Sam's government costs him Ancient and Modern History. a day, and adds apologetically, The rain that produced tho flood fell that at the samo time ho enjoys tho sat40 days and 40 nights. After tho rain isfaction of knowing that he has tho had ceased, it was 40 days before Noah best government on tho faco of the earth. opened tho ark. Moses was 40 days in tlu mountain fasting. Forty days was tho period devoted in ancient times to the embalming of tho dead. Tho spies spent forty days investigating Canaan beforo they gave their report. Elijah fasted 40 days in tho wildorness after he had lied from tho anger of Jezebel, tho Queen. Jonah gave tho inhabitants of Nincvah just 40 days in which to consider his prophecy and repent. Jesus fasted forty days in the desert. In old English laws 40 days has played an important part. Forty days is tho time Of FORTY DAYS. $2,000,000 Per Day. quarantine. A widow was pormitted 'to occupy the house of her dead husband 40 days after his death. A stranger appearing in tho parish was allowed 40 days beforo he must bo duelled as residing in so mo particular place. Tho members of tho Parliament wero exempt from arrest 40 days nfter the prorogation of Parliament and 10 days boforo it met again. So tho numbor 40 has played an important part in tho traditions, superstitions and laws of different peoples. In tho Middle Ages 40 was a period that was looked upon by old doctors with superstitious regard, as a time when rcmarkablo changes might bo expected to take placo in their pationts. 0 days was Among, tho, alchemists looked on as a charmed number, when, after certain rites and ceremonies, at the expiration of that period tho philosopher's stono, or tho elixir of life, might appear. Rev. Mlnot J. Savago. -- Valuable Farm for Sale! ) Containing 300 acres. 200 acres cleared , 100 in fine timber, situated on tho Ilardinsburg and Clover-po- rt Turnpike, two miles West of Ilardinsburg and eight miles East Forty acres sown of Clovorport. in wheat, forty acres good corn ground, and twenty acres for oats, ten acres for tobacco, the remainder in grass. Improvements, one dwelling and two tenant Iiouscb, two barns, and well supplied with water tho year round, two orchards, one bearing, the other just set out. This is a splendid farm and well Will bo suited for raising stock. sold at a low price snd on reasonable terms. For further particulars address J. T. ROBARDS, Hardinsburg, Ky. . There is a differenco of opinion among statesmen and journals of tho Republican party as to just how much it does take per day for Uncle Sam to manage to squeeze through with. Thu differences run to tho extent of several hundred thousand dollars; a triflo of courso in daily expenditures to But whilo it costs tho Tariff Taxers. Uncle Sam that much more, every day, thanks to the extra vaganco of the Republican Congress, now happily dead and gone, tho trouble about it is that almost as much goes to pet schemes, jobs and donations in tho shape of subsidies, bounties and other means of Treasury exits nflorded by that class legislation in which tho Republican party so greatly delights as goes to pay Uncle Sam's expenses. Tho people would have no causo for complaint and would not complain if the $2,000,000 per day was needed for Uncle Sam's expenses ; but they do complain, nnd justly, and they protest against being taxed for tho support of wealthy s and other monopolists, whoso mendicant hat is always under tho spout, and filled with tho people's money when tho Republican party is at the spigot. Covington Commonwealth. ship-owner- very lovTpriccs. Wo carry aline of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertainMud, mud, mud Mr. T. V. Robertson, of Fern Creek, is ing to tho trade. We have a large lino of Collars, Hames ami ChaiiiH, Breeching $3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. in our midst again visiting relatives. Mr. C. P. Babbago wijl be found at our shop ready to do all kinds Mrs. W. I. DoIIuven, of Millwood, is of repairs and make new work to order. Mrs. Suo Moorman. visiting her sister, ft will pay you to examino our stock. Miss Carrie B. Moorman was out Sunday hunting for n "Berry." Mr. J. T. F. Owen returned from Louisville Saturday. Mr. Casnor Bates, of Beuchels. is visitOP ing relatives at this place. HARDINSBURG, KY. Sir Victor never tires of singing "Nancy Lee." B0ING TURPIN, . Proprietor, This house is now open for busi-ncs- s. Mrs. Lillie Moorman has been quite It has been thoroughly oversick, but we aro glad to know that she Is hauled, repaired and refurnished improving rapidly. Stock $25,000. Capital throughout and is now in first-clas- s Mr. W. J. Dean, Sr., returned from condition. We solicit the traveling B. P. BKAKD, President. Fiiday. Owensboro public to give us a call. WILL MILLER, Rates cage Jim Dean has at last secured a M. 11. UEAllO, Cashier. reasonable. for his "Bluebird." B. G. TURPIN, Prop'r. Q. W. HEARD Directors. Mr. J. I). Owen went to Hardinsburg MORRIS KSKRIDOE R. M. JOLLY. Monday. Mrs. John Fisher, of Irvlngton, came INTEsT PAID 0V TIVIE DEPOSITS. down Monday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Jcsso Moorman. ' .sk R. R, LouisvlMe,Hardinsburg&Western &S(ri5SflucAM Dr. R. T. Dempster went to Louisville No. 5 TIME TABLE. ww- .Tuesday. Taking Effect at 5.00 o'clook n. m. Sunday Misses Annie Dean and Carrie Owen September 28, 1890. Kast llound Trains have just finished reading "Rutledge," West Hound Trains Dally Oally Dally Dally and pronounce it very lino. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex hun ex Sun. ex Sun. " - GLENDEANE. j.' -1 , of llubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at n 23I.3EBIiE3,3r03SrBANK Hambleton House HAEDINSBTOG 3D. jv I No. 5 No. 1 j No. 2 862 No. 50 26 6 Nervous and delicate women should not take Quinino and rack their nerves, but "C. O. C. Certain Chill Cure," tho great remedy for Fever, Ague and Malaria. Sold and warranted by J. W. Owen. flaiun 715 37 45 7 Aft 7 7 11 11 12 llMim 05pm 1213 15 iin 42 l.v Irvlngton Ar J 4. mi 012 Garfield 64p 4 4 A pamphlet of Information anaab-- A LVnr.:.: ': tt:zvz?y"u! VTCT ATtUM ssVf w JV "wwj 82S 852 910 8 47 The First Symptoms of Death. Yo(GrIAMBAIE, Attorney at Law, 1015 1029 1041 1101 11 20jjm Junction llardlnshurir 122J Junction Kirk 1230 12 47 Jolly Glendcine 105 llnckvnlc 120 Ruth 120 Askins IK Oaks 148 2 00mAr Kordsvllie LvJ llarned 8 44 8 37 4 lt 4 00 Mjo 828 815 8 03 7 4 348 new tr-- mwnn CL uv urondnrar 321 3 00 220 140 720 , 120 12 48 712 12 24 667 7 21) Land I have four or 6 45.im 12 00m THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH LIHE. 'V A "V 1! A It f I nulrruW la lrtrtfr uttltUrt any ulrly IUtrh MliO 1411 htti tUft-ti- Willi. Bllll wlio. ft Hit lltl ltrr I tirt ruction, will work luttuitiloutl; riuiwiA ram 1 brr IkNitjiad Uwllfcr a WMiiififfvuwiiltMtfllt1a.wliiYrrllir llv.l wltlaloofiinilih tilt h mount. In nJ mutism or Mi'l7tuilil rii i rn lint q'lUklr Mini burr, No sihiv fur niiitlrMHiw"ftil ch diiitlrt I lrartml I IIm but on worker Irum bikI pnirUrd with initoiiini a Mir Uufht nuniUr, HhiaruiakliuroferfSiMNI2trfa-llNi:A Adlira it ours, luU particular FIX ml i:, '. AIU-- . Hox 4SU, AuuuitM, Miilius Mflflfl and a charter company is organized, a survoy may be mado and a contract entered into for tho construction of the road; then tho bonds aro issued and so arranged that they can bo sold or placed as collateral to raiso money, a mortgage being given on tho fran cliiso and load, the same when built being to secure tho parties who liavo furnished tho money, tbo coupons or interest to bo paid to tho bondholder Tho stock is considered of nominal value, depending upon tho earnings of tho road over and abovo tho amount that is required to pay interest on the bonds. As soon as a is obtained semi-annuall- V yi Tho principle of Voting a tax upon tho UUdy peoplo of a county or precinct for any t:i;. MXJII. purposo is a vicious one, to bo tolerated only under peculiar circumstances, and as a general thing sliould bo ignored. I have the single Comb While Lelgborn Moro especially is this truo when, in orChicken snil can furnUh Ei;gs at $1.00 fur der to carry Iho voto of a county for a settlug at the pen, or $1.50 er letting by ex- My cbiokeni ore pure stuck and tbo railroad tax, ono precinct unanimously 1rea. layers In tbo country. Satisfaction opposed to it is thrown out in order to guaranteed. AJJpcis carry another with tho county equally rDAVIS 0. JOHNSON, UetrleyTllle, Ky. opposed ;.and still moro wrong is inflict W. Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in Hardinsburg, Ky. various parts of tho body, sinking at the coubtfhouse pit of the stomach, loss of appetite, foverishness, pimples or sores, nro all wscmassBnaeaasi positivo evidence of poisoned blood. CVtT seven ... tsvuttw No matter how it becamo poisoned it Obituary. must bo purified to avoid death. Dr. Elisha Hendrick departed this life Acker's English Blood Elixir has never March 28, 1801, in tho 42d year of his failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic To euro Itlllousnces, Sick Hcadacho, Constiage. Ho suffered afllietion from child- poison. Sold under a positivo guarantee pation, Malaria, Liver Complaints, tako enduring it all without a by G. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., and hood, patiently the safe and certain remedy, murmur. Whilo his checiful disposi- Witt A Meador, Hurdinsburir, Ky. SMITH'S tion, his bright and happy faco, mado Experiments in growing potatoes last home dear tb all around him, yet in the farmers can double midst of all the summons came, finding j car demonstrate that fertilizready and not afraid to dio. When their crops by tho uso of proper him ers and a sufficiency of plantfood. Good Too iho SMAIjTiSlBi(4011ttleBeanslotho mqthcr's hands could do no more, his bottle). Tiibv Aim tub most convenibm. necessary, but with loving heavenly Father took him to a cultivation is also Bnltuble ov nil Ajm. tho extra oxponso attending tho growth Vrlceorcltlior Use. 2(Jo. per Jlottlo. sweet rest in heaven, thero Jo dwell in of potatoes in tho experiments mado it tho sweet homo of tho blest. Whilo TV0i9UBlvU5)illcirar4eu.(ri"irtump). tho .largo extra yield not passing under the rod and tho clouds is shown that '.r.SMITH&C0.uteriot"OlLKBfiANS."STlDlllS MO. only well repays for tho additional exgather dark and heavy, dear ones, send pense, but greatly adds to tho profit ami tho coining tears back with tho whisleaves tho soil in bettor condition than M. D. pered words, "Ho knows." boforo. (L. E. A ST. L. R. R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST St. Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS AND BEST LiNE TO acres of land belonging to the Cincinnati Cooperago Co., and other parties, Ijlng in Breckenrldge and Hancock counties. Can sell a farm from 10 to 400 acres, at prices from $200 to :jl000. Must have good payment down. Liberal deduction for all oath, but will give liberal tlrao on safe trades. Have several farms for rent, Address V. Q. BURTON, J2S3m Rock Vale, Ky. five thousend for Sale. West and Tiine-Car- South-Wes- t. BILE BEANS " in Effect Dec, IS, 1888, Hit. ! a Ana i. ...L. d Wl rurnUh errryllilnr M Marl Ton. X. ihk. ....,.. .1. ..... ' ..i.t Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.m...9:00 p.m...4:10 p.m. your niMrai.iA.il..).. uratl iiwrtlm. i. .1.. un.i. J.illr.lr nw Im J,.., Urine. ond.inil aurrni lo ' ...7:25 " woiktt. Arr St. Louis 7:45 Ill ilnu.r. . r. mlii( from tU la JO p,, k mil upward. V:M p.m. Evansville 2:25 " jl rulM4lMihallillt. No.c.lor.pl.lii,, full n.tlon IHU, 'VUVKJttCU., illilMi, milk. For further information, csll on or address, JOS S 0D10RNE, Oen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, A JOUHXAL foil ADVEIITISERS. Trav. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. ME ll h0nrtitv).lfii(''t'FirtlH.. tltbiT ft. lOUIlsror i.'t huuwnblr, b Iho-- of .IJ. atJ lii tl..l. i '. Printers' Ink GREGORY & CO,, Headquarters for Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich 'pan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Pair, Eggs for Sale. Dr. Aeker'o English Pills Thero aro many Cough Remedies, but Aro.active, offectlvo and pure. For sick only ono "Certain Cough Cuio." See .headache, disordered stomach, loss of that tho trado mark "C. C. C." is on tho appetite, bad complexion and bilious- wrapper and blown in tho bottle. Sold ness, thoy have novcr beon equaled, by J. W. Owen. either in America or abroad. For Salo Examino Babbago's new line of queens-warby G. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. ' SHIKTS -F- BUY YOUR HOtTT Fine & Poplar Shingles al- J. D. BORAGE. Havo your Job work dono at this offico o. Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring Orders acways kopt on band. companied by cash prompt ly filled. 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' i h r TIIK fH.il niTT.TATlT.W ed by a FROM OUR WASHINGTON the rights secured to rid of any qualms of conscience concern.11705; CANDIDATE IS IfE! almond-eyed- , celestial thnm under the treaty witii tho United ing our Allianco meeting ..RESPONDENT. Tho long looked-io- r SUites of February 20, 1871." Ho con- - brother, who was annoying our Western has coiuo anil gone, and wo have a WEDNESDAY, Al'ItlL 8, 1891. tho Situation of Onr hides his note in the following respect citizens by his "too numerous" entrance candidate for tho legislature in A Review of through the "Golden Gate." I have no fill bill positive language: "I have GENERAL MERCHANT of Troubles With Italy. n, A VIRGII.tt. nAllllACSK, Killtor ami the person of Dr. Ben llarncd, j So. given Baron Fava the assur- particular love for the "Heathen ChiDenier in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, lints mid Caps, Tho Doctor's nomination crestrong tendency fo wiile Proprietors. There is a of the nee," hut If compelled to choose between Notions, Hardware and Qucenswnrc. Big stock just received for tho ates no surprise, and in fact hardly nbout those tilings which concern us ance that, under the direction President, nil the facts and incidents him and Hcrr Most, I think I should Spring trade. I handle tho Michigan Fertilizers, Homestead Tobacco makes another ripple on tho political most. It is discoverable in private loiI... St. Ij. A: T. I.ocnl Time Card. connected with the unhappy tragedy at grant the latter "ills passports," I can't Grower, Corn and Wheat Grower, Jnrvis Tobacco as settled six weeks ago ters that tho tendency of tho wilteris, Fertilizer, Drill 10.05 a.m. wave, as it Hall and Express going East These gbods nro equal to any in the market and sold low bo the man. Tho News unconsciously and naturally, to assume New Orleans on the 14th of Mar.:h last, see much more immoral influence in All Phosphates. that ho would -- 11.07 a.m. u West should be most thoroughly investigated. Sin's opium "joint" than in one of Hcrr down for Cash. Givo me n call. 5.58 p.m. has no Bpccial comments to make upon " East Express his correspondent feels the same ini I have also infornlcd him that in a mat- Most's meetings, where stnlo beer, West - 9 27 p.m. tho situation. It has been known for that ' terest in affairs pertaining to the com1U9 a.m. " East Local Fretght cheese, lewd women and anarchy ter of such gravity the Government of some time that wo were to havo a con- munity where the letter is written as -- lO.Oi a.m. i West the United States would not permit it- are tho main attractions. tending man from this source, and our does tho writer. American ideas should rule Ameiica. self to bo hurried ; nor will it make anstruggle Tho old Roman poet, Tcrsnee, proAnnucKi.E, tlio groat cofteo man, is plain duty is to prepare for tho swer to any demand until every fact es- Tho nrm of no foreign power, bo it pollt-Stea- l, and give tho Doctor all ho wants until fessed to be affected by whatever was -dend. ecclesiastical, or social, should be sential to a correct judgment shall havo tho polls close in August Tho situation human. The average American cannot been fully ascertained through legal au- permitted to attempt the control of LATH ALKXANDKIl'S IIOTKI., Cur. G. A. Duvall, number of the calls for tho party's best man to make plead guilty to such broad sympathies, thority. Tho impatience of tho ag- American institutions. Whether "Mafor list Legislature from Caldwell county, this contest one amply equipped nbil-it- y but should feel nn abiding interest in grieved may be natural, but its indulg- fias" and are indigenous THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. whatever afiects America or Americans. died at his homa in l'rinccton, Ky., last battle and jwssessing the force and most to American soli, or have their source Bates $2.50 Per Day. to contest every inch of ground that In the fond hope that at least some of ence does not always secure the week. and inspiration in foreign lands, they substantial justice." is to be covered in the race. your readers' are interested in a question . ILjnay bo depended on for n certainty may as well learn that their secret and Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Cotiit-IIousThe convention which adopted the If we understand it, the Doctor was more or less before the public for several of words in progress and infamous "orders in council" will be LOUISVILLE, KY. first constitution for Kentucky met at not nominated by the Alliance, but by weeks, havo I cast aside another letter, that in tho war which may bo protracted, no fears need carried out at their peril ; that if they n W. E. LOGAN, Manager. Danvillo in April, 1702.' It was in a few Republicans and Democrats who nud substitute this brief review of tho bribo or intimidate tiio courts of justice, A. W.Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Maishall, Clerks. bo maintained on tho part of our counless than three weeks. resolved themselves into a citizen's meet- situation thus far of our dispute witii there is yet behind these the power that try. It is very generallv conceded, irreing on Saturday after tho Alliance meet- Italy. spective of party afllliations, that in the created them and to which even they Kincaid ing proper had adjourned, for tho sole The trial of Ju Igo Charles E. Intelligent people, like tho renders of recent Behring Sea controversy witii are responsiblo the people, whoso sense for killing Hon. l'rcas Taulbeo ha9 been purpose of making this nomination. Dr. the News, are acquainted with tho facts ! ! ! Saulsbury and tho wily Sir Julian of right and justice they cannot corrupt in progress at "Washington the past Harned will claim to bo tho Allianco that have brought about the present un- Lord Mr. Blaino carried off the and whoso spirit they cannot awe. Paunceforto, is establishing a strong candidate, but he was, in fact, not put expected and uncalled-fo- r diplomatic week. Kincaid Let no from this any reflecis to his credit and a matter case of out by that order. However, he is bid- snarl. It will be remembered that on honors. It to tho 15th of last October David C. Hen- for congratulation, that some of .tho "or- tion whatever upon that great mass of ding for their supiort, and hopes o sturdy citizenship born abroad, but so C. P. Huntington, the great railroad draw votes from both parties, Democrats nessey, tho Chief of Police of New Or- gans" of imperial governments in are not pleased with his course in thoroughly imbued witii u reverence down lately inspecting and Republicans, and thus secure his leans, who had been very instrumental king, has been for our institutions ns to bo beyond and No. i $4.00.) the present matter. his new purchoso, the Ohio Valley Hail-roa- election. But having been n in weeding out a number of Italian crimThe Italian government blunders in above suspicion. They are truly Ameri- No. 3 $boo.-No- . road will be ex- Democrat himself, and all of his kitli inals from the slums of that city, was asIt is probable the 4 $8.50.) tended from Princeton, Ky., to Clarkes-villi- ', and kin having affiliated with us for sassinated under circumstances leaving two important particulars. In tho first cans. Only against the of place they fail utterly to comprehend and scum of earth, tho Tenn. years past, it becomes a very doubtful little doubt that his death had been Our Stock of Avery and Ura Clippei Plows is very large and a 200 of our gjner.il government civilization, should tho gates of this great proposition whether ho will get much planned by a band of Italian citizens of the nature REDUCTION from the list. and its relation to the several Slate gov- city of refugo bo closed. No man should Mr. Blaine, Marquis Itu-di- support from Republicans. It is a fact In reply to New Orleans. The popular excitement ernments, or else wantonly ignore this bo allowed to becomo an A merican citizen says Italy asks nothing but the that the leading Republicans at this ran high, and when several Italians Articio 0 of tho wiio does not bring with him at least charpeculiar relation. prompt institution of the regular judicial time do not favor him. The wholo were arrested and charged with the Amendments to tho Constitution pro- acter enough to gain an "honorable proceedings against th mob at New Or- scheme can bo considered as nothing crime threats of lynching wero heard on ' No. A 1 Point, 20 leans and indemnity for the families of more nor less than a desperate resolve all sides. Tho law, however, was al- vides that "in all criminal prosecutions dischargo" from home. If the people learn accused shall enjoy the right to a the lesson that it is timo wo begin to be the mob's victims. No. 19 and 20 Points, 30. of a few disaffected in both lowed to tako its first courses, and after the on the part speedy and public trial by an impartial select as to whom we receive into our No. 19 and 20 Mould Boards, 2.10. parties to collude together and get the three months ot preparation and planwherein great family, the events of the past few la grippe has killed about five The polities in ning on tho part of both sides the trial jury of the State and district ofiices and control of the local years will not have been without their hundred people in Pittsburg, and is still crime shall have been committed." this county. That's nbout the sizo of it. came off. A jury of American citizens the Rout. E. AVoods. prevalent there and at many other of A small degree of ordinary common value. Dr. Harned represents no principles. was secured, and the trial, lasting three Washington, April 2d, 1801. the largo cities in this country. The He represents no party, and is nobody's weeks, came off. There wero nine pris- sense would enable any one to see that disease has assumed an epidemic form, the investigation of the affair and the candidate. oners under accusation of conspiracy to "Every Spring," and is more to be dreaded, scientists punishment of any individuals found Drives the Farm Thrives the crop, kill, and the evidence against a majority Says one of the best housewives in New small-po- x or cholera. """" say, than guilty, is a matter solely for tho State of of it! five hundred Italians of theni was very strong that there had Fills the Barn with big crops. Think Louisiana to undertake, and witii which England, "We feel tho necessity of takwero landed on American soil the other been a certain amount of understanding Pmii)KNT Harrison is preparing to the general government has nothing to ing n good medicine to purify the blood, Our stock of choice Field Seeds is very rapidly going at bottom prices. day at New York, and aside from this among them that Hennessey was to bo do. Iudy's second misUike is this: and we ull tako Hood's Sursaparilla. It take a swing around the western circle seems to be no end to foreign im- put out tho way. soon, with tho in- there When assured by Mr. Blaino that the keeps the children frco from humor, my of these United Suites migration to this country, generally The verdict was a shoik to the entire President has urged the authorities of husband says it gives him a good appetention possibly of hedging a little for littlo "fly up" on ininniiitiitv.liciiiL' a verdict of ncnuiUd for Farmers' Supply House, IlAitDiNSiiuiia, Ky. tite, and for myself I am sure 1 could not speaking. Isn't this 181)2. Louisiana to make a thorough investigaThe Italian war business has the part of Italy an indication that wo three of the men who were undoubtedly tion of the matter, and ho lias been in never do all my work if it was not for upset his equilibrium in the least, and had better put a stop to the dumping in connected with the death of the chief, this splendid medicine. It makes mo formed that the investigation is in proghe is going out among the boys, war or eleand bob-taacquittal of three whose guilt had not here of all the rag-ta- g was in extremely bad taste to get feel strong and cheerful, and I nm never it no war. ment of foreigners that are constantly been established and mistrial for tho ress, in n pout and say tho affair was not be- troubled with headache or that tired ciowding our cities. We moan no disre- three others. Immediately upon the Italians in A xi'Miinn of prominent ing conducted in a manner suitable to feeling, as I used to be." New York city cabled the King of Italy spect to the higher class of foreigners announcement of tho verdict the cry of tho King of Italy. So when his MinisObituary. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN that inhabit our country, but there is a bribery arose ami gained such force that a few days ago not to push this war busiter reported the fact to Mr. Blaine, and Rev. William Head died at his home very bad and a very dangerous element there was nothing that could stop it. The ness against the United States. It is signified his intention of leaving tho well they did so, because a war with coining in upon us who are eventually jurors were reguidcd by the populace as country, he was politely informed that March 20, 18!U. In regard to him we can consistently use the languago of being quite as bad as the Italians and at Italy Mould raise sand with the thou- going to give us trouble. no resistance would be offered to his deKing David ns ho lamented over Abner : once the threats of mob violence were country who sands of Italians in this parture. The News enjoyed a real Democratic hoard. On the 14th ol March, a few would suddenly be called upon to hustle mo-- t prob- "There is a prince and a great man There will be no war, and love-feaat Brandenburg Monday. days after tho delivery of tho verdict, a ably in a few months the whole matter fallen." For half n century ho has, by out of here p. d. ii. When Jack Hendricks and W. C. War- mob gathered at ono of the squares of will bo amicably settled; but the inci- words and deeds, displayed tho beautiincluding 11,000 or 4,000 strong, ful fruits of tho Holy Spirit, and glorified A sale of stock of the Ixmisville, St. ren speak out in meeting it's like an the city, has served the purpose of bringing n citizens of New dent his life in sharing other's burdens. He e Methodist revival everybody some of the was lx)iiis A Texas Railway Company prominently before the masses of the in New York last week at 10.'!, a gets happy, as the crowd did on this oc- Orleans, and after several speeches had people what many thinking men have helped to impart strength and comfort made We respectfully ask a share of tho patronage of the public, by doing pretty good showing for a new road. casion. Talk about Democracy! Next been made by men of standing in the long regarded as serious questions for to the sick and the bereaved. In all tho good work and at prices as low as any. Call and get our figures on any The fact is, this road is making money to religion, it's tho grandest thing the community, urging the mob to be quiet tho people of the United States to con- days allotted him in the ministry, nnd work or material in our line. in all tho relations of life, as husband, with what they insisted upon doing, a right along, and it is all due to the splen- world ever produced. sider. W. E. MARTIN, Manager. father, neighbor, friend, lie was faithful. rush was made for tho parish prison, did and economical management by the Tho first is tho helpless condition of resistance on Wo can testify that our earliest rememF. N. D'HUY, Sec. it Trcas. McCrackens, who are Iwrn railroad men, Booth, the eminent tragedian, where there was a slight Edwin our great seaports in caso there should all of them. They know how to build has announced that he will i elite from the part of the officials and guards before be a war witii any of the great iwwers of brances are of his going about doing good. He was rich in good works. tho mob burst through tho doors and railroads, and they know how to run the stage after this season. Very few people have had Europe. death angel thrust forth his into the cells. When all was over eleven them after they are built. directed to the When the special attention sickle, he found him ripo for tho harItalians had been lynched, including all their The SUite Republican Convention will wonderful revolution that has taken vest, ready to obey his Savior's com that had been on trial. The mob then The Frankfort Capital says the treas- meet at Lexington, Ky.. place in matters pertaining to tho arma- mand, "come up higher." Could quietly dispersed, and after that the he bo reury of Kentucky is empty and will ment of ships, the improvement in guns, permitted to draw aside tho veil and remost peaceful quiet prevailed in the lime in July when main so until some There is more Catarrh in this section projectiles, and all that would make war veal heaven, tell us of the shout for joy the sheriffs will again begin to contrib- of the country than all other diseases city. so terrible now. There was no littlo ex- on his entrance, how tho mighty host of It was, and is believed, that there exexpense put together, and until the last few years ute to it. The extraordinary citement when the monitor was inventFor a ists in this country an organization ed, and it was great in its day ; but there heaven, standing around God's throne, attendant upon the Constitutional Con- was supposed to be incurable. vention has in part brought about this great many years doctors pronounced it known as the Mafia, and that tho mur- are guns afloat in all the principal navies saw the light kindle in tho eyes of the Savior, that another star is set in his of Chief of Polico Hennessoy was state of affairs. a local disease, and prescribed local rem- der of the world that would send a shot BRANDENBURG, KY. of rejoicing, nnotlier voico is to edies, and by constantly failing to cure committed at their behest, and that the through any turret on our fleet of mon- crown sing his praise forever. What a consocorruption fund for bribing the jury was Fou several days last week tho disinwith local treatment, pronounced it itors. The guus that once played havoc lation to his beloved wife and This column for dear chilpatches from "Washington indicated that curable. Science has proven catarrh to composed of contributions from their or- with Are just receiving a great many of tho very vessels would bo ns the best In Dry Uoodj, Dreaj Goods, Notion, &c. dren and many friends to feel that Italy was about to make war upon the be a constitutional disease, and there- ganization throughout the country. More new styles, handsome selections, choice harmless against a modern battle-shiAlmost immediately after theso tragic "There ! a world above, United States over the killing of those fore requires constitutional treatment. novelties than ever before. We will gratify witii its 21 inches of steel armor plate, as Where parting U unknown ; your ambition to buy cheap, and give extra Italians at New Orleans some time ago. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by events the Italian Consul at Now Orso many boys witii A wlinlc eternity of love, good qualities In the bargain. Baron Fnva, the Italian Minister at F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., is tho leans telegraphed an account of tho afFormed Tor the jjond alone. What lias been proposed is a system DRESS GOODS. he had only constitutional cure on the market. fair to Baron Fava, Italian Minister in Washington, announced that And faith beholds the dying here, of coast defenses which in the main lias Translated to that happier sphere." 33 In. all Wool Dress Goods, worth JOn 21c been recalled by his Government, and It is taken internally in doses from 10 this cily, who at once laid the matter be- been elaborated by a Board on FortificaH5o 40 " Tennis Cloth, worth o4o his sudden departure from Washington drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly fore Secretary Blaine, asking a complete tions, appointed under act of Congress in A. I. C. 5 pes new all Wool illk. Henrietta, worth 05c indication that Italy meant war upon the blood and mucous surfaces of investigation. The important question was an Stophcnsport, March 31, 1891. 49a Building Hardware, Nails, lioth 1885. In tho different European navies with us. Late developments, however, the system. They offer ono hundred was, and is yet, in fact, whether or not, i pes new all Wool Dlk. Henrietta, worth 75c there are 139 heavy guns of calibre su6O0. Hawkes' Wonderful Glasses. Steel and Wire. show that such a rupture between this dollars for any ense it fails to cure. as is claimed, any of the men lynched perior to 12 inches, 30 of which are 10 .Nice Double width Dlk. Dress Goods at 15, 18, As wo read Mr. Hawkes' testimonials wero Italian citizens. Upon consultacountry and Italy is not at all probable. Send for circulars and testimonials. 20 and 2.''0, worth twice tbe ni'iney. In inches calibre and upward. Tiio Ordfact we are Headquarters on all kinds of Stoves, $7.00' for a No. 7 Double from Governors, Senators, Legislators, tion with the President, Mr. Blaino imWhile Italy is very much incensed over Address, nance Department furnish tho descrip Dress Goods and Trimmings. mediately telegraphed Gov. Nicholls, men of science and distinguished citizens Oven Stove. Just think of it! the killing of those persons at New OrF. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. tho gun with which wo may be WASH GOODS. asking his hearty throughout tho United .States, who testiwith tho tion of leans at tho hands of mob, sho cannot BST"?old by druggists, 7oc. to keep away these monsters. It fied to having had their eyes improved, Ginghams of all kinds Imported and Domettle Rope Pumps, for deep and shallow President in securing adequate protec nblo afford to precipitate war as a source of of the may bo of interest. "Tho Styles the latest and prices the lowest. tion to Italian citizens, and bringing to and sometimes restored by tho use of his retaliation for tho wrongs inflicted. wells. 10 inch gun is about 40 j feet, celebrated glasses, wo rcnlizo that a glass LONG BRANCH. HOSIERY, NOTIONS, &.C. justice all offenders against tho law. proposed and tho weight 125 tons. It will fire n that will reflect such brilliancy of light Plows, Rakes, Hoes and Shovels. Gov. Nicholls' reply, so long in coming, Evansvilu:, Ind., has had a great deal of powder as to enable tho wearer to seo as in youth Extra finality Lnd. Hose, regular mado worth 2io Tho boarding car is no longer with us. was but a bare statement of facts, and charge of about 1,000 pounds 120. of trouble over her macadamized streets nnd to rend by candle or othor artificial Extra quality Lad. Illk. Hose, worth 40o 25c Cross-cu- t Saws, Axes, Carpenter's with n projectile of over ono ton in light, surely Mrs. Cal Hendiicks returned Sunday alluded to tho affair thus: "Tho judge is to bo desired by ull spect- Kxtra quality Lud. Hose, fait black 80 pr pair lately, tho material of which they are weight. Tho estimated muzzle penetra- acle wearers. Tools. Mines Lisle Hose, black, worth 35o 20, 25o composed being worthless, and not of a from a very pleasant visit to her parents, lias charged the grand jury, now in sestion otiron is 3 feet, and the maximum All oyes fitted and fit guaranteed by Ladies' LUlo Hose, black, at 48e per pair. sion, in regard to it, and tho whole subquality to stand tho wear and tear of Mr. and Mrs. John Hall. G. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky. II. I). Conet, all slics, at 25c. Hinges for Farm Gates, and all range about 15 miles." ject is, I assume, under investigation." o wagons and other vehicles running over G. 0. Corset, all sizes, at 48o. Miss Nellie McGeheo returned to But whilo the question of providing Tho Southern Star is a good smoker. of this was sent to tho Italian A copy sizes of Bolts. them constantly. Louisville, Ky., is in Valley, Tuesday, to resuino her HANDKERCHIEFS. for our coast line by about the same predicament, tho Mayor studiesat the Kentucky Femalo Seminary Minister, mid by him furnished to his adequate defenses 4o for choice Hemstitched llanderchlefa. Tin and Iron Roofing, nlso anything batteries and modern means of government. Tho Secretary further exwhereof recently issued his proclamation 5o for Ladles' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs. Mr. J. II. Sullivan mado a trip to Louisbattle-ship- s is a vital one, there is ono if something Re for Gent's plained to Baron Fava that ho could not Hemstitched Handkerohlefs, declaring in subslanco that made from Tin or Iron. ville Tuesday evening. bordered. undertake to interfere with tho State other of greater significance. Perhaps of a lasting quality could not bo found to Fino Embroidered HandkercblefK, L.ico and Tin Guttering and Spouting. at tho Seminary of authorities in a matter under investigaThe attendance nothing short of nnxiety to secure plasMakes tho lives of many people miserable, go uion tho streets, tho city would soon Silk Handkerchiefs a large assortment. Tho school tion in tho State mid tho equities of tic material out of which to mold merBranch is increasing. and often leads to Distress All Linen Table Cloths, full length at 70o. bankrupt in making repairs in that Img bo Double Shovel Plows, Chilled is under tho supervision of Miss Ella which had not been determined. This chantable voters, has kept tho two par-tic- s after eating, sour stomach, sick headache lOo for all Linen Large Towels. way. Now why wo mention this matter Extra Quality Twilled Crash at 70. heartburn, loss of appctlto, a faint, " all gouo" Dowdon, who is giving general and en- failed to satisfy his government, and tho so long responsiblo for tho conduct Plows and Avery Plows. is because these cities are soon to bo refeeling, bad taste, coated tongue, and lrrcgu- LADIES' AND MISSES' FINE SHOES. tire satisfaction. Minister was ordered to turn tho affairs of affairs, from undertaking what has larlty of tho bowels, are lieved, or they can get, if desired, upon DIStrGS3 gomo of tho moro common V8o'for our Nclllo Dly, Sewed Shoes, in llutton Fencing Wire all kinds. Miss Addie Ditto has been spending a of tho Legation over to his Secretary and been represented ns the difficult matter a moment's notice, a brick for their and sizes. of adopting somo system of control over A brum Ditto, to return home. AftOr symptoms. Dyspepsia docs We have Front lace, all well assorted stock of Fishing Tackle When it comes to streets hero at Cloverport (tho vitriolized few days with her brother, a Urge and . not get well of Itself. It our immigration. Jr. Low Shoes in Oxford Ties, Slippers, Aa. In a noto dated "Royal Legation of brick) that when put down upon their requires careful, persistent this line, I keep the largest and America is by common consent tho Misses Lily Shacklett and Nina Dooley Italy, March 31, 1801," tho Minister streets will last, not only a few years, DOMESTICS. attention, and a remedy llko Ilood's 8araa- tho "asylum" of partita, which nets gently, yet Biuely and paid a short visit tho first part of last uses tho following language: "Tho rep- refugo of the depressed, $1.00 for 20 yds. Best Cannclton Drown Cotmost complete line in the country but through all eternity. efficiently. ton. of the earth. You It tones tho stomach and other week to their friend, Miss Fannie aration demanded by tho government tho il.OO for 2" jds. Good Chcok Cotton. organs, regulates tho digestion, creates a such as Poles, Lines, Hooks, of the King, as I havo had tho honor to will pardon the sentiment, but the Sixce our last issue, war with Italy has Ilaynes. $1.00 for 20 yds. Good Uleach Cotton. good appetlto, and by thus Sick . interviews hold dur- ''asylum" idea lias becomo n littlo too $1.00 for U yds. Jlest Wenched Cotton. overcoming the local symp- been declared, fought and settled, and Mrs. Abram Ditto, Jr., left Sunday inform you in our Corks, Reels, Trot Lines, in fac $1.00 for 20 yds. Hut Wool finish Dark Calicos toms removes tho white-winge- d peace has again spread and morning for a fow days visit with rela- ing tho last few days, wero to consist of prominent. For years wo havo been anything in this line. CLOTHING. the following points: 1. The ofllclal as- taking to our "hospitable shores" from thetlo effects ot the dlscaso, banishes tho folded her wings over the scene. tives at Brandenburg. headache, and refreshes the tired mind. surance by tho Federal Government tho nations of Europe tho scum of creaOur Stock of Clothing comprises the very Tho United Suites is a big country, with " I havo been troubled with dyspepsia. I Mrs. G. M. Reynolds, nee Miss Rose best goods, latest styles and lowest prices. For All the n'jove to he found at had but little appetite, and what I did cat most marvelous resources, and tho states- Dooley, is expected to arrivo this week that the guilty parties should bo brought tion nnarcliists from Germany, nihilists Four Button Cuta-waMen, Sack, Straight Hro-distressed mo, or did mo to justice. 2. Tho recognition, in prin- from Russia, outlaws from Ireland, After a men of tho world all know it. I'rlnce Albert, In all the latest Fabri'is. from Findlay, Ohio, to visit her parents ciple, that nn indemnity is duo tho relafrom Italy all and Youths and For fow days of hasty irritation and ebullibum after eating Ie would expe- thingHoys', want, frmn-tn- Children, we have any Mr. and Mrs. Win. L. Dooley. lowest- to best high you havo found a gcucious welcome in the tives of tho victims." tion, diplomats of other countries usualfeeling, rience a falntncss, or tired, grade goods. Our old friend Cunt. A. J. lllckerstaff In a noto date 1 April 1, and addressed "land of tho free and tho homo of tho as though I had not eaten anything. My trou-blto peacely simmer down, and tho ways Yet has been confined to his residence with to the "Marquis Imperial!, Charge d'Af-fairs- brave." It does not take theso vipers I think, was aggravated by my business, ful settlements are always found. old fashioned atUick of the chills. which Is that ot a painter, and from being etc., Mr. Blaino replies to tho long when they havo been warmed back tho attention of our people lias been an BRANDENBURG, KY. moro or less shut up In a And for less money than any Sour forcibly called to tho fact that our sen The backwater is again over tho bridgo noto of Baron Fava, in which ho alludes into life by our liberal laws and flattered room with fresh paint. Last somo degree of nssuranco by demspring I took Ilood's Sarsa- - StOmaCn coast defenses aro not what they ought crossing Doe Run. It isu pity that some- to the first demand as follows: "Tho into hotiFo in town. Call and .see McElree's Wine of Card u I It did mo an to be, am1 our navy is not up to tho de- thing can not bo done to remedy this, as President is unablo to seo how any Gov- agoguesit doesn't tuko long for them to rllla took thrco bottles. Immcnso amount of good. It gavo mo an him. pcoplo in this section are cut off from nil ernment could justly give an assunuico unfurl tiio red flag and denouueo the appetite, and my food relished and satisfied and THEDFORD'S mands of tho times. nro of this character in advance of n trial "tyrannical institutions" of a country for salo hy the following merchants in The Italian incidont will likely lead to communication with Brandenbuig. tho craving I had previously experienced." and vordict of 'guilty.'" As to the sec- whoso liberal institutions alone saved OEonau A. r.xan, M'atcrtown, Mass. BreokenrUite County proper action on tho part of our governJesst AV. Owen, Cloveroort, ond demand: "The United States, so far their necks' from a dcbcivcd halter. Wo With these CLOVERPORT.KY ment in theso respects. An AttrellYC O. W. Short, Cloverport. Combined POCKET from refusing, has distinctly recognized have been tho dumping ground for tho nation will matters in proper shape, no Brashear & Lay, Stepbsnsport. Sold by s.1! druggists. gliilxforlS, Prepared only undMKMOllANUUM HOOK tho principle of indemnity to those Ital- refuso of Europe long enough. Wo by C. I. HOOD fc 90., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mm. ikon advertising BiiowwM wy iiittkiw Witt 3i Meador, Hardlnsburg, bo tempted in time3 of high oxcilement, ut beatf onlc K!vn J. J. Severs, Union Star, ian subjects who may have lccn wrong- - managed to swallow or in some way get IOO Dosos One Dollar treueral tor. Ai''y to venture on war with ns. Breckenridge News. COR- - violation of in , , ., H -- full-fledg- A. A. RICHARDSON A. A. ffl Hud-souvlll- e. lim-bcrg- er "Clnn-na-gael- fll NOTICE RICHARDSON, WIUARD, c, sea-Bio- NOTICE NOTICE 'M ono-tortur- o e. Eu-rop- S. B. Chilled Plows d. life-lon- g IN THE LEAD! ui Another Cyclone in Oliver Repairs. Cleveland Dryer Company Pure Raw Bone FERTILIZERS, j HENSLEY & JOLLY, il Cloverport Planing Mill Flooring, Weatherboarding, Doors, Sash, Shingles, Laths, Etc. Rough and Dieted Winter st old-tim- best-know- Rough Lumber Wanted. Dry Goods! Geo.Yeakel&Co. Notice ! . f old-tim- e pop-gun- s. BargainS V Pe-we- -- t sea-coa- st Dyspepsia baling down-trodde- n O - ni cut-throa- unnj, k, y, - o, ," Geo.Yeakel&Co., J. L. MILIEU'S T .... 1 Hood's Sarsaparilla -- rrffir- "'jj t1" ijr""rTrf' win jf'- ' IT" V Sir. C. II. Lane has been appointed postmaster at Gnrncttaville, vice Mr. A. K. Williams resigned. Mr. OmyHoii Clayromli nn M citizen i vrfsvw ibbm and mibotnntlul fanner died at bin home t.vsr near IxMliburg last Friday. Born, to the wife of Mr. Ciabo Pierre, of Holt's Bottom, two fine Jwys, Friday morning weighing 10 pounds. The Soda Ash plant is not dead, but sleepeth so with the bobbin factory All things como to those who wait. The CnnneKon Enquirer nays Mrs. Dr. C. E. Cox, of that city, is seriously ill, which the News very much regrets to ONTIS hear. Both tho method and results when Mrs. Cliiis. B. Sldllmnn gave in honor Syrup of Figsi3 taken; it is pleasant of her sinter, Miss Eva Young, a euchre and refreshing to tho taste, and acts party. There were a good many in attendentlyyet promptly on tho Kidneys, ance. .aver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, headMrs. II. V. Duncan, after a week's visit aches and fevers and euros habitual in Iniisville, returned homo .Sunday. of constipation. Syrun r "gs is tho She purchased an elegant line only remedy of its kiuu ever promillinery goods. duced, pleasing to tho taste and acMaj. W. V. McCrncken, President of ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in tho L., St. L. & T, Hallway, passed its action and truly beneficial in its through Louisville Saturday en routo to effects, prepared only from the most Jacksonville, Fla. healthy and agreeable substances, Head Geo. Yeakcl & Co's., advertiseits many excellent qualities comment if you aro hunting for bargains. mend it to all and imvo made it They have cm and they are not afraid to the most popular remedy known. let the world know it. Syrup of Figs is for 8:ile in 60o and $1 bottles by all Icadinc Iruq-gist- s. Amos Skillman left last Sunday for Any reliable drugirin who McKinney, Texas, where ho goes to acmay not have it on hand will procept a position in tho Footc House, one cure it promptly for any ono who of the best hotels in that city. wishes to try it. Do not accept If you have not already been them any substitute. don't fail to call and wcamino Mrs. II. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. V. Duncan's choice selection of hats, 8AN FRANCISC ), CAL. bonnets and othernovelticsin millinery. LOUISVILLE, Kf. HEW YORK, N.T. Mr. Forrest Stith, of Bowleyville, and n young Mr. Shumatd, of Guston, wero IHCOTTSrEJ passengers on tho train Saturday for A. S. RNCI.1S1I, I'rop'r. lx)uisville. It was tho hitter's first trip to KY. CLOVERPORT, enjoying it. Cen. tho city, and of course was $1.50 per Hay, Including S.implc Itoom. t rally located. Hoarding liv the week. Including Louisville, will preach V. W. Dorris, of room and bed, 4.00. Single Me.il 40 cent. at the school house in Irvington next M. ivjit 11 a. m. r.JIois."Ilnyo ICVK' $4ufs ENJOY HAROINSBURG V. DEPARTMENT. mk O.IIAIIIIAIir. . i IMItoi L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. ouifin iiht, JUST THfl PIBBOB Clayton,fisnHW Dr. J. Physician and Surg tffi'ZwP D. Hambltlors Saddlery iC Harness Store. CLOVERPORT. KY. J. c. uusir, w. s. ta ir. TAYixm, Office over -- ed and calls for one thousand feet. Granville Wilson sent in his resignation as secretary of the" County Whcql. The Hepublieans do not take to the nomination of Dr. Ben very cleverly. McCracken & Co., aro losing a good deal of freight by having the depot half a milo from town. J. II. Gardiner, who has been in Louisville for several months, came homo Inst Friday. Sinco the Farmers' Alliance have put out a candidate, they aro willing to admit negroes and lawyers into the organization. They want votes. The people would like to know what party Dr. Ben represents, and if twenty or thirty men have tho right to make a nomination for several hundred. AH the freight on the North side of town for shipment now goes to.tho river. The road from town to the depot is in an irapassablo condition and nobody can get thero with freight. Tor a Spring Overcoat not cold enough for a heavy one, and too v cool to go without any. "Wo profess to have tho best stock of these garments in the city. Wo have them nt all prices, from Mr. Hardin Beard and wife are in the tho cheapest to the finest, and in a great variety of fabrics. city. No Col. Aif Allen went to Louisville Monman with a due regard for health can do without ono of these useday. ful as well as ornamental garments. If you want a Suit for Sun' Mr. Felix Monroe went to Louisville day wear, or a Suit for business ; or if you want a good, strong) Monday. Garden ti tick will be n little late this cheap working Suit, wc can supply you better and cheaper than rIi is season. any other house because wo manufacture our own goods. Our If you want any first class job work, Boys' and Children's department is very complete-- and prices call at tho Xkw'h otllce. range low. If you have a son who will need a Communion or Cnpt. Georgo Mercer, of Hosctla, was not op hand last Saturday. Confirmation Suit, you will find tho best and cheapest stock at Tho gas well contract has been extendour house. . Passenger Dally arr. llardinlurg..l 2:115 p.lu. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. .. 7iJ8 u.lu. " ooino rtar. Passenger Dally arr. HarJInsburg.. 8:55 a. in Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. 3:5 p.m. " Never Known WWW To Fail It Pays ! .4 9fc 1,1- ,&-- ' V t u f . ' ir Ai V . f TO BE POLITE. It Pays TO BE HONEST. t I rl L H T "Old Reliable" S. E. COR. ! It Pays TO TRADE AT it. Olotliiex-- s THIRD AND MARKET STS.. LOUISVILLE, KY. n SULZER'S CLOVERPORT, KY. Paints ! Paints you . ! I have the largest line of Mixed Paints ever brought to Clovcrport. or My Catches 'Em EVERY TIME. 3VC Au 3D IE What Is Made ! By Buying your v j. uver zuiaufs Jeweirv more OWENSBOR Frcderica Street. DENTISTDr. S. S. Watkins & 1 J. H. Taylor & Co - i .4 if stj-pLEm:e:n.t hits i. I 'BRfiCKKNRIDGE NEWS. k TOSINSPORT, IND. Kov. Collins delivered a very interest- htry. ,lbC.St.8a,illth0rld Bucklen'c Arnica Salve. Physician utricn Next Surge door to Breckc Clovcrport, Announcement. r t FOR THE LEG1SLATUUE. We arc authorized to announce the lion, JOLLY, as a candidita for the Lcgislatnr ject to the action of the Democratic Breckenridge Ne WEDNESDAY, LOCAL for cuts. Bores, ulcers, salt rheum, toy,cr sunciay. 801 es. tetter. olmnrn.l i , ... . r Brandon of Clovcrport, preached ",','w. JUIIIUN. rilllli.iit.fl UNION STAR. corns and skin eruptions, hero positively' night. and cures Piles, or nn .,,. Miss Muta Hoot is still improvim?. Polk & Bro., shinned ' i'"j 'viiuiruu. It is .nn t..u '" sramntocl 1 gl perfect KlWbcUon, or to Wglf Creek this Mrs. Sam. Cnshmnn rnd family week. ictnrn- ed to their liomn in V.., mi Mr. .Addison, . ra.i.i: .. ' " niuiuiy CHI nnnnlnir... "1 nt JIIIIIIHIIM ' J - ' "llr Z : " "'" ".v j. w. Short, ...!. WU.U.OUUJ iiucrn Visit to relatives in '"rammer, was hero last Witt, this place. week. WEDxisruyTKLTlsoL "., WHY ? MONEY IS MADE &ist OP Ho keeps constantly in stock tho Celebrated Eliznbethtown Hams and Pure Leaf Lard. EVERY PIECE GUARANTEED. Goods promptly delivered to any part of the city. HEfrLECE.B.e ,... .... - St 1 -- APRIL 8, 18! BREVITIES. The fruit in this section is all rii Tho Henry Cloy cigar is clear II All eyes are turned toward the plant. V, Horn to the wife of W. B. Black, Vt r""T of two 'm' Un,on St,ir n pair of twins. Miss Minnie Ilovlo nnorfni.,.i archeemclub, on the evening f irl. IJie innmlinva nf t. ..i... Lorn and Lena Iticlmnlsnii w tuin now II. Bowmcr wastn IIentteis4 t ' week. Tho Little Dandy" cigar js favorite. Next Saturday will be Arbq Tlant a tree. Lewis Powera, of llawesville, the city Jlonday. Leon. McGavock, of Skillman, tho city Saturday. C. N. Bucknnan, of llawesville tae city last week. E. P. McAdums, of OwensboroJ the city last week. Call for the Clovcrport Cigarj you go to Irvington. Born, to the wife of V. O. 1 March 20th, a boy. Judge W. D. Holt, Holt's Bottd in tho city Monday, If vou want the World for a b.iy tho World cigar. Miss Jennie Patterson is Bihool at Aetna villi, Ky. Mrs. II. V. Duncan's new spr linery is tho talk of tho town Win. Otto, of Irvington, will sj Sunday fifteen cars of staves. Indies' bo sure and ask to Mather's Kid Gloves Sulzer's, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gross. Hi tooi, wero in tho city Saturday. 23 cents will buy a pair of Bo; Pants wortli 40 cents Sulzci's. When you want good printinl torn prices, givo the Iews n cal Mrs. Kobt. Lindloy has retur a visit to her old homo in Illlnj Two good horsj Eon Sai-k- . months' time. John II. Blythd 23 cents will buy a child's Ijico Cap worth 40 cents, nt Sul 15 cents will buy Sergo PI Goods, wortli 25 cents a yard 75 cents will buy a pair of Nd Ijico Curtains worth $1.15 &u I'or fresh bananas, apples, candy, nuts, call at Martin's DH Pure drugs and medicines cheap, Call tit C. C. Martin's Drug Store. Leave your orders with C. 0. Martin for all kinds of flowers, geranium, roses, etc. Tako a look at SuUer's Trunks and Satchels if you are going to make a trip soon. Obituary notices inserted at 5 cents a line. Pleaso remombtr this when you send them in. Oo'zo & Bro., are running their mill day and night to keep up with their orders on Hour. The Clovcrport Cigar Company use only tho best quality of tobacco in their make of cigars. Mrs. II. V. Duncan invites your inspection of hor new stock of spring millinery Just received. lay for Owensboro, whoro thov exnnrt ! to reside iii tho future'. ' a yr. Z 1 ." T" .iicr.H!ancl.nSr,. . man. June IlavnpRnnfi . atii Ji. AllllIll'I r, Wm. Cart and faniHy, eft Satur-oo- at.i.. ,,., Do You Wish to Bo Happy? Then smoko tho now brnn,ia f ..;. JuOiado and nut on ,i, , 1. , 'T. ConmmlwliP.it .i. merensi "ginprice, Clovcrport Cigar company. Jt ' tho ITP kt "8 Cnt "" Tho Word. Sontl.nm s, nil. . W,.l.l c.!.. "" "" IttlO Hn,! ' ir...' to "u"rJ 'ay ana Spanish Qt, .o 1ms been the guest of Miss Minnie an, hfls returned home. R. E. MOORMAN, n. h .,."" 1 , ! I '" tt LT11H oi.. . Jt'n,,1 Sons Clovcrport visiting ! , . .. "' KIMH L ' m '" 1 let Tnli ru,. i take 7. ., md S' 8 NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Ncltlcu In hnrnlm n v, Alonrmnn MeCra.b. ' Jr"- - n"(1 ,ct mtn.8.U ocfated ih.m.Xr t.. ,"r VnZVL.rJ .- - ii at L. V.'" . 'm :: BSStt&awffe The general nature of the huZ.'. oe irnnmcteu la to mlnn ,n nd ell -brl-f- c. ,'" ?. Skill. "A"' am ?orhnvo an cr na u bodv onmn. - ".." "owuior. J. K. A- unorsiRno.I, . 'TAR ALRXANDERS Ho'TEIL, D REMEDY TH Seventh and Market Streets, SUCCESS Louisville, - Kervtuclcy. EARS. Having Bold out our en tiro interest in the hotel on Jofl'crson street, wc have removed to our old stand that wo occupied for years 60 successfully nt Seventh nnd Market streets, aro now fitting it up in elegant shape new throughout, and tho outfit in overy way will bo elegant, including ono of Hale's Safety Passenger and Baggage Elevators with all tho lato improvements. o Wo want all of our old friends to conic and sco us in our old home. Wo you that our Booms, Table and Service shall bo second to nono in the land. tin has returned to My wife, Mrs. Jo. 15. Alexander, wants to bo remembered to all her lady friends me her musical stud- and she will be glad to see them and givo them a hearty reception. J speike has returned FARE $2.00 PER DAY. lot soveral weeks in JO. B. ALEXANDER, Manager. she has been taking tylcs in millincrv at ox rOrHAYLORMlUC IOUI6"MO. naU be donned . ai V".r. ""' roa(M duct and mnPBmI, .,P;'uf.'n" I)roPer oon- many friunila nf Ar. n itr , .. . and settln flif.tn Di,...-..-. .. Incas, Tl,Uiav- - I Jv .? "i.iJiiKin-- .tlin imi.l riftr-pl"""' P". 'ok authorized ci'luo win regret to liiirn7 hi. -- ...i.i " After !!,,.:.. .... 000 fdlWe.Ilnt lcafi! 9n.tl.o evening of imii V. r""S '""CSS, Jlr. Jack Mp- - .t,;' the Ml Mr. Crosson has removed family to his former home near tl.S i Sr-'1- ?: ', " Wio J i X' MJS3 Mattl'n Miltm- - !, " : ,;. '" J UUL" conuned .. . I niter tlio interest of tint TTn ...... ,i ,, "" t'""'i uio siiavincs .,. out , t... ..." the milh J- .... ""'. "iwuioMODtnlniin.4 - jT .iii--- ?' ",k7 rTwra buy (ERE to -' ? mnu"!ture; pro-mis- r,,it. iu"UB,,nu-"ollare,$5- -- 05 placo, Itov. J. D. Ichardron;.6lrandenbiii visited MrD.S.Wchardsonla.t week. .mrL-- j.1 i .,. in r nil, alia i ttn i i ij as "Uncle Jack." - - keener or !,. light, no S. 1, i", ent was kno ' '" ..SISL".1 d,S& i -- nd .uU Z.T " oZ iiaiiL'ji- - ,11?" hl nuia iui iiik year V? ' KM BJ the board of li .. .... Is, kron, says fruit nrtni od shall bo the MONEY And MADE IS MONEY - SAVED ! Jiing happens in tho there will bo plenty of i. if you will call and examine our immense- stock of erly meeting. ..(.,..,, 1, o- - , JOLT'S Mr. BOTTOM. D. Holt- !nTnot:SCknftCr"-vi,- andi.W. ter gO h , Mrs. .Minor rnhirnni o t ,.. " '"" ""J'8 from a soveral ...-...:.. . M'oo u,m oulo m iui iH nijJi,,,, inheritanco fanny and kindred than tho posi'L his of millions. "AgoclnamohmHeTto o chosen than great ricl.es." Such wa.s his hfo nnd at hi r.nmi.. ,.. "Angola- voices sung themem rvo t ..v sa more precous Th a diTjI.. .i iiib cnrn.,rili on ahnll . .i. .::... " . uucieu liv a lionrd ,f . I. """ vu ,' lKZJti!?'w J i ollleera .hall be o "efed " ETC. ii, of the company and ?Won nn.J mW severaraotiihs Have ." "u",u uurs s expected few. days, she has Inn,, in LonisvHm vfciir-ti.- .., . .T youJob work 'Sr.VOJSL ,,. l.o., nbnm of hi. S3SS5 NOTICE. r about t ahthay SOifa V.V Iba ;." ui.' s I' D,T. - "V? Tn." rwi8.".",IB.t?.' nirfl ,8 "h.teon theend .ivnri exeaipt the oorporuto debts, w. U. Jlooruian, W. JI, llowiacr, J. K. jrcCrackcn, J. T. Skillman, A. 11. Skillman, S. It. Vorla. W'm. Poor. anacy was held over folk, at Haynesville, 3unty Judge Rawlings. to bo insane nnd sent intic Asylum, fof Equalization have ment of property in ercont. A committee 'd by the County Judge the board this week, icin reduce it. colored) was arrested id with stealing coffee i Bryant. Ho pleaded unty Judgo Kawlings days at hard labor on ounty Court day. But s tmnsacted in court. ises were disposed of : ion vs. Commonwealth, Ai. Ji wneoier, etc., h, road established ; Be; irs vs. Mary E. Burk- icr appointed to allot ir cases on tho docket i'd. Olottiiixg Wc will convinco you that you save money by making your purchases of Spring Clothin We tako special pains in selecting quality, fit and From us. style, and wo have been in the business long enough to know Our stock of SUITS is completo, nnd what suits tho trade. our lino of Aro the largest over brought to this placo, and wo guarantee fit equal to any Merchant Tailor mado goods. In addition to our many bargains which wo are offering this Spring, wo would call special attention to our full lino of done at this office ' March' 16'"" u' haDa ""' 28th d.y of a. o. M, A'"" J. P. market. ",u "'osl popular bramlM ,.. ..i .,. All the dealers handle it. This now brand of cigjir is dchti'iled to uomo uio leading smoker and omfof ' ThflWnrlrl '' iv j A,- - iLE or EXCHANGE ! ui located In Missouri, four u A. In nieo'sliape. Mr. Mfireihan lias as Hue eitiun James Campbell, a a stable of horses as was ever in the of Union Star, doparted this life on Fricounty. day, March 27th, 1601, aged 05 years, Messrs. lloland O'Bryan and Marion 5 months and 9 days. Ho was married Hiso, proprietors of the Meado County to Neoma Case, Aug. 2d, 1840. Ho had Reporter, wero in Cincinnati last week, been a member of tho Baptist Church whero they purchased the press for their returns her 39 years. His wife for now paper. thanks to the people of Union Star, nnd Dr. Milner, for kindness and especially to Hon. W. J. Hendricks, of Fleming county, candidate for Attorney General, attention during tho illness of her husMr. Hcndrick band. was in town Monday. spoko'ntthe court house in tho nfter-nooAbsolutely Pure. The Ladies Delighted. His speech was n forcible and Highest Tho pleasant effect and perfect safety A cream of tartar baking powder. Latett U. S. eloquent appeal in behalf of Democratic leavening: strength. with which ladles may uso tho liquid of all In His speech was well reprinciples. (lovtmmtnt Food Report, fruit laxative, Syrup of Tigs, under nil ' ceived and enjoyed by all who heard it. conditions make it their favorite rein-dXeuralffta 1'ersona By his visit here Mr. Hcndrick mado a resulting troubled with And It is pleasing to tho eye and to tho from tliof eor overn ork willncrvouineu by taking host of friends who will remember him ba relieved caru taste, gentle, yet effectual in acting on Jiiuiuui'n J run Jllttcrs. rjenulna Cil day of April. Uai trudo mark ami crossed red Hues on wrapper. tho kidneys, liver and bowels. well-know- n uunuai. - -- &akP POWDER corn well erib and JlvUod Into meadow and plow land, with 16 of good timber, and watered by a good acres living stream of water through one side of It. This offers a good opportunity for some one to go into the Fruit business. Moberly being a good market for fruit, etc. I will ezchango tbe above for a small Livery stock in some thriving town In Kentuoky. For parllcularscall on or address J. W, DHAIKARD, CarShcps, Clovcrport, Ky. .w.v., first-cla- t Randolph County, s good bouso, barn, The farm Is SHOE S HARBINSBURG, KY. Administrator's Notice. claims against the estate of Peter F. Flood, deemed, are hereby notified to produce said claims before me properly proven, on or before the 1st day of June, 1891. All persons Indebted to the itstate of feter F. Flood, deceased, are hereby notified to oome forward and settle nt once without any further notice. Given under my band this Oth day of April, JOHN J. FI.001), Adm'r. 1891. All persons having Which we aro making a specialty, and in doing so wo feel confident thnt we have tho very Shoo you aro looking for. Our Shoes aro well known brands, such as Buel, Mcintosh and Ruby, In Men's fino Shoes Yo are secend to none, our stock containing tho latest slylo in Kangaroo, Calf and Patent Leather. Give us a call. n. y. B. F. Beard & Co., 4 K n.i ji i . i.u li... n i )j i an m iiim. m n "! 1 " -- - - - - it- T " - .'awn " 1" W T""",mn" - Breckenridge News. L ' 1 WEDNESDAY, APRILS, 1891. -- ' J 0. II. A VIRGIt. O. nAUHAOK, Kdttors and Proprietor. I., St. I,. &T. Express Local Freight Locnl Time Card. 10.05 -- 11.07 Halt nd Express going East a.m. a.m. ' " " West East Eit " Weat Wet 5.S8 p.m. - 9 27 p.m. 11.19 a.m. -- 10.01 a.m. AnnucKi.E, tho groat coflTeo man, is dead. list Legislature from Caldwell county, tiled nt ills home in Princeton, week. Ky., Inst C.vrr. G. A. Duvall, nmnber of the The convention which adopted tho first constitution for Kentucky met nt Danville in April, 1792.' It was in session less than three weeks. Tub trial of Ju gi Charles E. Kincaid for killing Hon. Press Tnulbeo hn9 been in progress at Washington tho past week. Kincaid is establishing a strong case of C. P. IIu.vmoTOV, the great railroad d. king, has been down lately inspecting his now purchase, the Ohio Valley Kail-roaIt is probable the road will be extended from Princeton, Ky., to Clarkes-ville- , Tenn. In reply to Mr. Blaine, Marquis Ru-(- li Italy asks nothing but the prompt institution of the regular judicial proceedings against th mob at New Orleans and indemnity for the families of the mob's victims. ni says The In grippe has killed about five hundred people in Pittsburg, and is still prevalent there and at many other of the largo cities in this country. The disease has assumed nn epidemic form, and is more to be dreaded, scientists or cholera. say, than small-po- x .WHOSE CANDIDATE IS HE? Allianco meeting Tho long lookcd-lo- r lias coiuo and gone, and wo have li candidate for tho Legislature in the person of Dr. Ben Harncd, of Tho Doctor's nomination creates no surprise, and in fact hardly makes another ripplo on tho political wave, as it was settled six weeks ago that ho would bo the man. The News has no special comments to make upon the situation. It has been known for sonic time that wo were to have a contending man from this source, and our plain duty is to prepare for the struggle and give tho Doctor all ho wants until the polls close in August. The situation calls for the party's best man to make this contest one amply equipped for battle and posseting the force and ability to contest every inch of ground that is to be covered in the race. If wo understand it, tho Doctor was not nominated by the Alliance, but by a few Republicans and Democrats who resolved themselves into n citizen's meeting on Saturday after the Alliance meeting proper had adjourned, for tho sole purpose of making this nomination. Dr. Harncd will claim to bo tho Allianco candidate, but he was, in fact, not put out by that order. However, he is bidding for their support, and hopes to draw votes from both parties, Democrats and Republicans, and thus secure his g election. Hut having been a Democrat himself, and all of his kith and kin having affiliated witli us for years past, it becomes n very doubtful proposition whether he will get much supiort from Republicans. It is a fact that the leading Republicans at this time do not favor him. The wholo scheme can be considered as nothing more nor less than a desperate resolve on the part of a few disaffected in both parties to collude together and get tho offices and control of the local politics in this county. That's about the size of it. Dr. Harned represents no principles. He represents no party, and is nobody's candidate. full-fledgHud-sonvill- e. life-lon- rTnw nTTi nrtowtwnninv nn-- I " -- - ; I 1 aW ..RESPONDENT. A Review of tho Situation of Our Troubles With Italy. There is n strong tendency to write nlwut those things which concern us most. It is discoverable in private letters that tho tendency of tho wiiteris, unconsciously nnd naturally, to assume that his correspondent feels tho same interest in affairs pertaining to the community where tho letter is written as docs the writer. Tho old Roman poet, Terence, professed to be affected by whntever was human. The inerago American cannot plead guilty to such broad sympathies, but should feel nn nhidlng interest in whatever affects America or Americans. In the fond hope that at least some of your readers' are interested in a question more or less before the public for several weeks, havo I cast aside unother letter, and substitute this brief review of tho situation thus far of our dispute with Italy. Intelligent people, like the renders of tho News, are acquainted with the facts that have brought about the present undiplomatic expected and uncalled-fo- r snarl. It will bo remembered that on the 15th of last October David C. Hennessey, the Chief of Police of New Orleans, who had been very instrumental in weeding out a number of Italian criminals from the slums of that city, was assassinated under circumstances leaving little doubt that his death had been planned by a band of Italian citizens of New Orleans. Tho popular excitement ran high, and when several Italians were arrested and charged with tho crime threats of lynching were heard on all sides. Tho law, however, was allowed to take its first courses, and after three months ot preparation nnd planning on the part of both sides the trial came ofT. A jury of American citizens was secured, and the trial, lasting three weeks, came off. There wero nine prisoners under accusation of conspiracy to kill, and the evidence against a majority of them was very strong that there had been a certain amount of understanding among them that Hennessey was to bo put out the way. The verdict was a shoik to tho entire community, being n verdict of ncquiUd for threo of the men w ho were undoubtedly connected with the death of the chief, acquittal of three whose guilt had not been established nnd mistrial for the three others. Immediately upon the announcement of the verdict the cry of bribery arose and gained such force that there was nothing that could stop it. The jurors were regaided by the populace as being quite as bad ns tho Italians nnd at once tho threats of mob violence were heard. On the 14th ol March, a few days after tho delivery of tho verdict, a mob gathered at ono of the squares of the city, 3,000 or 4,000 strong, including n citizens of New some of the Orleans, and after several speeches had! been made by men of standing in thci community, urging the mob to bo quietl with what they insisted upon doing, til rush was mmlo for tho parish prison,! where there was a slight resistance on! inc part oi me oiiicuns aim guams ueiore. tho mob hurst through the doors nnd into the cells. When all wasovorelevcn Italians had been lynched, including all that had been on trial. Tho mob then) quietly dispersed, nnd nfter thnt the: most peaceful quiet prevailed in the I city. It was, and is believed, that there exists in this country an organization known ns the Mafia, nnd that tho murder of Chief of Police Hennessey was committed at their behest, and that the corruption fund for bribing the jury was composed of contributions from their or gnnization throughout the country. ; Almost immediately after these tragic events the Italian Consul at Now Orleans telegraphed an account of the af fair to Baron Fava, Italian Minister ir this city, who at once laid tho matter bo fore Secretary Blaine, asking n complet! investigation. Tho important qucstlot was, and is yet, in fact, whether or not as is claimed, any of tho men lynchci were Italian citizens. Upon consultn tion with the President, Mr. Blaine im mediately telegraphed Gov. Nicholh asking his hearty with tli President in securing ndequato prote( tion to Italian citizens, and bringing t justico nil offenders ngainst tho lav Gov. Nicholls' reply, so long in cominj was but n baro statement of facts, an alluded to tho affair thus: "Tho judg has charged the grand jury, now in so sion, in regard to it, nnd tho wholo Mil ject is, I assume, under investigation."1 A copy of this was sent to tho Itulit? Minister, and by him furnished to li government. Tho Secretary furthor t plained to Baron Fava that ho could n undertake to interfero with tho Std authorities in n matter under investig tion in the State and the equities f which had not been determined. Tl failed to satisfy his government, and tl .Minister was ordered to turn tho nlfii of the Legation over to his Secretary? M to return homo. Tn u note datod "Royal Lcgatiou Italy, March 31, 1891," the Minis uses iiiu loimwing uiugiuigu ; ino rui-- j aration demanded by tho government of the King, as I have had the honor to inform you in our interviews held during the last few days, wero to consist of the following points: 1. The official assurance by tho Federal Government that tho guilty parties should bo brought to justico. 2. Tho recognition, in principle, that an indemnity is duo the relatives of tho victims." In a note dato.1 April 1, und nddresscd to tho "Marquis Imperial!, Chargo d'Af-fairsetc., Mr. Blaine replies to tho noto of Baron Fava, in which ho alludes to tho first demand as follows: "Tho President is unnblo to seo how uny Government could justly give nu assumnco of this character in advance of n trial nnd verdict of 'guilty.' " As to tho second demand: "The United States, so fur from refusing, has distinctly recognized tho principle of indemnity to thoso Italian subjects who inny have been wrong best-know," ed by a violation of tho rights secured to them under the treaty with the United States f February 2(1, 1871." Ho concludes his note in the following respectful bill iosI live language: "I have repeatedly given Bamn Fnvu the assurance that, under the direction of the President, nil the facts and incidents connected with tho unhappy tragedy at New Orleans on tho 14th of Mnr-'- last, shoud bo most thoroughly investigated. I have also informed him that in n mutter Of such gravity the Government of tho United States would not permit itself to bo hurried; nor will it make answer to any demand until every fact essential to a correct judgment shall havo been fully ascertained through legal Tho iinpntience of tho aggrieved may be natural, but its indulgence does not always secure the most substantial justice." . It, may bo depended on for n certainty that in the war of words in progress and which may bo protracted, no fears need be maintained on tho part of our country. It is very generally conceded, irrespective of party affiliations, that in tho recent Behring Sea controversy with Lord Saulshury and tho wily Sir Julian Paunceforto, Mr. Blaino carried off' the honors. It is to his credit and a matter for congratulation, thnt some of .the "oro gans" of imperial governments in arc not pleased with his course in the present matter. The Italian government blunders in two important particulars. In tho first place they fail utterly to comprehend the nature of our general government and its relation to the several State governments, or else wantonly ignore this Articlo G of tho peculiar relation. Amendments to the Constitution provides that "in all criminal prosecutions the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy nnd public trinl by nn impartial "' '" (nii aiid district wherein ju Eu-rop- rid of any qualms of conscience concern- - , TUB OLD RELIABLE almond-eyed- , lug our colcetinl brother, who was annoying our Western citizens by his "too numerous" entrance through the "Golden Gate." I hnve no GENERAL MERCHANT particular love for the "Heathen Denier in Dry Goods, Groceries, Roots nnd Shoes, lints nnd Cans, hut if couiielled to choose between -- . uig SlUUK JUBl rUCUlVOU IOr XIIO him and Herr Most, I think I should bpnng trade. I ivmnturaummo, lmndlo tho Michigan Fertilizers, IIomcBtend Tobacco grunt tho hitter "his passports." I can't Grower. Corn nnd Wlmnt. flrnun.r Tnn.io fnUnnnn t,vii:- - r.:u sec much more immoral influence in Ah Phosphates. Theso goods aro equal' to any in the market nnd sold Sin's opium "joint" than in one of Herr for Cash. Give me a call. Most's meetings, where stalo beer, cheese, lewd women nnd anarchy are the main attractions. JEC1T. American ideas should rule Amciicn. Tho arm of no foreign power, be it pollt-itca- l, -ecclesiastical, or social, should bo permitted to attempt tho control of LATIJ AI.KXANDKIl'S IIOTKI., American institutions. Whether "Mn-fias- " and are indigenous THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. to American soil, or have their source Eaves $2.50 Per Day. nnd Inspiration in foreign hinds, they may as well learn thnt their secret and Cor, Jeflerson, Center nnd Green Streets, opposite Cotnt-IIoii.infamous "orders in council" will bo LOUISVILLE, KY. carried out at their peril ; that if they W R 100AH, Manager. bribe or intimidate tho courts of justice, A. W.Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Maishall, Clerks. there Is yet behind these tho iowcr thnt created (hem nnd to which even they nrc responsible the people, whoso sense ! of right nnd justice they cannot corrupt ! ! and whose spirit tlioy cannot nwe. Let no onirtorturc from this any reflection whntever upon thnt great mass of sturdy citizenship born abroad, hut so thoroughly imbued with n reverence for our institutions ns to bo beyond and No. I $4.00.) above suspicion. They ure truly Ameri- No. 3 $8.oo.V Only nguinst the cans. No. 4 $8.50.) and scum of earth, tho of Our Stock of Avery and Ura Clippei Plows is very large and a 200 civilization, should tho gates of this great city of rcfugo bo closed. No man should REDUCTION from the list. bo allowed to become nn A merican citizen who does not bring with him nt least character enough to gain an "honorable discharge" from home. If the peoplo learn No. A 1 Point, 20 the lesson that it is timo we begin to be No. 19 and 20 Points, 30. select as to whom wo receive into our No. 19 and 20 Mould Boards, 2.10. great family, the events of tho past few pfg-tnlle- A. A. 1" RICHARDSON A. A. Chi-nee- ," c, low-dow- n lim-bcrg- er RICHARDSON, ME NOTICE GPIBLD, WILLARD c, "Clan-na-gael- NOTICE NOTICE S. B. Chilled Plows l IN THE LEAD! Another Cyclone in Oliver Repairs. tl A hi Bone 1' XK t V K President Harrison is preparing to take n swing around the western circle of these United States soon, with the intention possibly of hedging a little for 1892. The Italian war business has not upset his equilibrium in the least, and he is going out among the boys, war or no war. A xi'Miicn of prominent Italians in New York city cabled the King of Italy a few days ago not to push this war business against the United States. It is well they did so, because a war with Italy would raise sand with the thousands of Italians in this country who would suddenly be called upon to hustle out of here p. d. q. hundred Italians were landed on American soil the other day at New York, and aside from this thcro seems to be no end to foreign immigration to this country, generally speaking. Isn't this little "ilyup" on tho part of Italy an indication that wo had better put a stop to the dumping in eleand bob-tahere of all the rag-ta- g ment of foreigners that are constantly tiowding our cities. We mean no disrespect to the higher class of foreigners that inhabit our country, but there is n very had and a very dangerous element coming in ujion us who are eventually going to give us trouble. Think of it! live '' I t' d f? John Dean. He received $200. in pi ices. Breckenridge News. WKDNESDAY, APKIL 8, longed to Mr. Eli Dean instead of Mr. $250 instead of buna, Ky. il M Tin: Nr.ws enjoyed a real Democratic love-feaat Brandenburg Monday. When Jack Hendricks and W. C. WarA sale of stock of the Ixmisville, St. ren 8)eak out in meeting it's like nn e Methodist revival everybody Ixntis & Texas Railway Company was made in New York last week at 1015, a gets happy, as the crowd did on this ocpretty good showing for a new road. casion. Talk about Democracy! Next The fact is, this road is making money to religion, it's the grandest thing the right along, and it is all due to the splen- world ever produced. did and economical management by the McCrackens, who are born railroad men, Edwin Booth, the eminent tragedian, all of them. They know how to build has announced that he will retire from railroads, and they know how to run the stage after this season. them after they are built. The State Republican Convention will The Frankfort Capital says tho treas- meet at Lexington, Ky.. ury of Kentucky is empty and will remain so until some time in July when There is more Catarrh in this section the sheriff will again begin to contrib- of the country than nil other dincascH ute to it. The extraordinary expense put together, and until the last few years attendant upon the Constitutional Con- was supposed to be incurable. For a vention has in part brought about this great many years doctors pronounced it statu of auuirs. n local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure I'ou several days last week tho dis- with local treatment, pronounced it inpatches from Washington indicated that curable. Science has proven catarrh to Italy was about to make war upon the be a constitutional disease, and thereUnited States over the killing of those fore requires constitutional treatment. Italians at New Orleans some time ago. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by Uaron Fava, the Italian Minister at V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., is tho Washington, announced that he had only constitutional euro on the market. b.'en recalled by his Government, and It is taken internally in doses from 10 his sudden departure from Washington drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly was an indication that Italy meant war upon the blood and mucous surfaces of with us. Late developments, however, the system. They ofl'er ono hundred show that such a rupture between this dollars for any enso it fails to cure. country and Italy is not at all probable. Send for circulars and testimonials. While Italy is very much incensed over Address, the killing of those persons at Now OrF. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. leans at tho hands of a mob, she cannot OSTSold by druggists, 7oc. auord to precipitate war as n source of retaliation for tho wrongs inllicted. old-tim- Miss Annie Hodco's mhnnl t Bethel was dismissed for threo days this Obituary. week on account of la grippe. Mrs. J. C. Yeager, nfter a long and The managers of tho entertainment painful illness of consumption, died are heing urged hy tho people of Guston March tho 29th near this place. She joined the Christian church at the ago to repeat tho program at that place. The election of officers for Itawlnv. of 10, since which time sho has never douhted that her Redeemer liveth, and ville Sunday-schoo- l, which occurred in the fullness of this faith she nassoil April 5th, resulted as follows: T. from earth to Heaven. Sister Yeager Jolly, Supt., Fletcher Blandford, Sect. was ahout 50 or 55 years old, tpd has nnu .nary rain, Ub. heen a great sufferer for several years, Mr. Phillip Cain will leave in n short hut sho was nomurmurer; her afflictions timo to take a position as State guard at drew her nearer her God, and we Eddyville, Ky. that her death was only the change Over a thousand cases of drunkenness of tho sonows of this world for tho hliss and tippling havo heen cured hy Dr. of Heaven, When she could no longer Kcely, Of Dwicllt. 111. All lnvnrs nf walk ahout tho room she would get out strong drink should avail themselves of ofherhed and kneeling down hy her the cure. hedside, sho would nrav as lorn? ns dm Tho many friends nnd relatives in tli!a wasahle. Sho would exclaim, "I havo county of Mr. Thos. OrendorfT, of Boilprayed for you ail." Her daughter-in-law- -, ing Fork, Miss., will learn with regret of who watched over her with Joh-lik- o patience, witnessing her unwavering his death, which occurred at his home faith in her Kedeeincr, nnd her triumph- Friday. Mr. Wm. II. Pennington, a former resant death, can only say, "Jesus hath done all things well." Out of a family qf nine ident of this place, hut now of Louishrothers nnd sisters there is only a dear ville, has heen for two venrs n vintim nf consumption. Tho disease had made sister left to mourn herdoath. who lives near Hardinshurg, tho rest such rapid strides that in Fehruary ho having gone on hefore. Bo comfojted was confined to his hod. About tlitn dear friend, your sister has answered thq. timo ho began the Koch treatment. Ha last call and entered into thnt rest liat began improving in a short time, and is remains to the people of God. Let hus? now ablo to be out on tho street. hand son imitate her Christian virtues Contentment is Wealth. and helievo in her God and all will, ho And to obtain tho former smoke Tho well. She can never come to you again, hut you can ro to her. Mav her doiiili World which can bo found nt all dealers. ho sanctified in the salvation of thoso for NOTICE. whom her latest prayers ascended. Tho Hardinshurg Normal Institute will A FllIKKI). open a term Monday, Juno 8, 1891, to prepare Teachers for tho examination. BEWLEYVILLE. R. P. Shacklett, Prin. Sunday-schoHardinshurg, Ky. Sunday. i Dr. Crutehcr, of Garrard, was in town .The-lieMm-.Tnllol J801. Jill f nber 4 Etc. ic, by doing ires on any ' s 3jj (4 fas. i. -- n r c - IH for inS Nails, ,&. both "Wednesday. LONG BRANCH. I Misses Lily Shncklett nnd Nina Dooley paid a short visit tho first part of lust week to their friend, Miss Fannie Since our last issue, war with Italy has Haynes. been declared, fought and settled, and Mrs. Abram Ditto, Jr., left Sunday white-wingepeace has again spread and morninii for a few days visit with relafolded her wings over the scene. tives at Brandenburg. Tho United SUites isablg country, with Mrs. G. M. Reynolds, neo Miss Rose most inarvolous resources, and tho statesDooley, is expected to arrive this week men of tho world all know it. After a from Findlay, Ohio, to visit her parents few days of hasty irritation and ebulliMr. and Mrs. Win. L. Dooley. tion, diplomats of other countries usualOur old friend Cupt. A. J. Bickcrstafl ly simmer down, and tho ways to peaceYet has been confined to his residence with are always found. ful settlements tho attention of our people has been an old fashioned attack of tho chills. forcibly called to tho fact that our sen Tho backwater is again over tho bridge coast defense? aro not what they ought crossing Doe Run. It isaplty that someto be, and our navy Is not up to tho de- thing can not bo dono to remedy this, ns mands of tho times. people in this section aro cut off from all Tho Italian incident will likely lead to communication with Brandenbuig. proper action on tho part of our governWith theso ment in these respects. Combined POCKET ALMANAC matters in proper shape, no nation will andHKMOUANUUM HOOK mow time3 of high excitement, advertising IIKOWN'S away Bt ihttkiim bo tempted in Knitr "'' the best Tonic, clt en " stores. Api'l to venture nn war with us. d Evansvim.e, Ind., has had a great deal of trouble over her macadamized streets lately, tho material of which they aro composed being worthless, and not of n quality to stand the wear and tear of wagons and other vehicles running over them constantly. Louisville, Ky., is in alHJut the same predicament, tho Mayor whereof recently issued his proclamation declaring in subslanco that if something of a lasting quality could not be found to go upon the streets, tho city would soon 1)0 bankrupt in making repairs in that way. Now why wo mention this matter is because theso cities are soon to bo relieved, or thoy can get, if desired, upon a moment's notice, a brick for their streets hero at Cloverport (tho vitriolized brick) that when put down uixm their streets will last, not only n few years, but through all eternity. The boarding car is no longer with ub. Mrs. Cal Hendiicks returned Sunday from a very pleasant visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hall. Miss Nellie McGehco returned to Valluy, Tuesday, to resume her studiesat tho Kentucky Femalo Seminary Mr. J. II. Sullivan lniulo n trip to Pe-w- Ixiuis-vill- o Tuesday evening. The attendance at the Seminary of Tho school Long Brunch is inrrcusing. is under tho supenislon of Miss Ella Dowdon, who is giving general nnd entire satisfaction. Miss Addio Ditto has been spending n few days with her brother, Abrnm Ditto, Mr. John Kasoy, of Hosettn, was at the Cash Storo Monday. Chas. Miller vas in town this week whooping 'em up on tho tax question. Mrs. G. Harrison spent last week in Louisville nnd Cincinnati. Miss Celeste Heaven was in town Wednesday and called at tho Cash Store. Mr. A. Taylor received his appointment as postmaster at Ilosetta, Monday, and was sworn in hy 'Squiro W. N. Drury. Messrs. I. Whitworth and V. II. Board securities. Wo unintentionally made a mistaVo last week in stating thnt tho horse sold hy Mr. Joo Bland to Dr. Henderson he- - Dr. J. C. nml will remain two weeks. Ho can ho found nt Dr. Adkisson's office. Dentistry. Bush is in this citv J y;pi - Double liink of it ! ? and shallow o. 7 4' r FARMERS FREE COLUMN. : or Sale, a (jooj yoke of oxen and log cheap. . Scott Morton, Koct Llcfe. Holitein bull calf, nine months II. Temple. CIIAS. HEIDKL. Holt, Ky. ind Shovels. b, Carpenter's jatcs, and all r, v , rior Sale, fine X "',1, TaleU hay lor alc. " J ' I7or a,e a for canh or cash notes. Bi mare,Heard, Ilardtnkburtf, Ky. Taylor . r also anything ."I! fine )ounR: horses, well bred : Ior talc, eititharness, fuS ofthem Cuyler's. broke to lid. llcnnctt, Ilcwlcyville, Ky. ej Iron. routing. 'lows, Chilled Plows., iids. Jr. . ien it conies to e es, iii"JSHv'A,'"f--jrdown-trodde- n of the earth. You tho will pardon the sentiment, but tho ''asylum" idea has hecomo a little too prominent. For years wo have been taking to our "hospitable shores" from the nations of Europe the scum of creation anarchists from Germany, nihilists from Bussia, outlaws from Ireland, nnd from Italy all have found a gcuctous wclcomo in tho "land of tho free and the homo of tho brave." It docs not take theso vipers long when thoy have been wanned back into llfo by our liberal laws and flattered into somo degrco of nssuranco by demagoguesIt doesn't take long for them to unfurl tho red flag nnd denounce the "tyrannical institutions" of a country whoso liberal institutions nlono saved their necks from a halter. We have been the dumping ground for tho refuso of Europe long enough. Wo managed to swallow or in some way get ni cut-throa- r f. cnicicntiy.""it""t5nestho8tomacn 'ana- - otner" organs, regulates tho digestion, creates a good appetite, and by thus overcoming the local symp. toms removes tho thctlo effects of tho disease, banishes tho headache, and refreshes the tired mind. " I havo been troubled with dyspepsia. I had but little appetite,' and what I did cat distressed mo, or did mo HUlo good. In an hour o after eating I would feeling, a falntness, or tired, as though I had not eaten anything. My trouble, I think, was aggravated by my business, which Is that ot a painter, and from being more or less shut up In a room with fresh paint. Last spring I took Hood's Sarsa- rllla took threo bottles. It did mo an Immcnso amount of good. It gave mo on appetite, and my food relished and eatlsSed tho craving I had previously experienced." GEonaE A. r.ton, VTatertown, Mass. largest nnd in the country Sick O il.no for 20 ds. Good Cheok Cotton $1.00 for 20 yds. Oood Uleach Cotton. il.flO for M yds. Ilest Illeached Cottoo. $1.00 fur 21) yds. licit Wool finish Dark Calicos CLOTHING. siicn Hooks, Corks, Reels, Trot Lines, in fnc anything in this line. I'oIesT-Lin- as Unnr. ""ur bum expo-rlenc- o Our Stock of Clothing comprises tha very best goods, Utest styles and lowest prices. For Men, Hack, Btraight Pro'k, Four Mutton Cutaway, l'rincs Albert, in all the litest Fabri'is. For Hoys', Youths and Children, we have anything you want, fn.tntte lowest to- best high grade goods. All the nbovc to Tc found nt -- AC" Geo. Yeakel&Co,, BRANDENBURG, KY. J. L. MILLER'S '4' " nur StOmacn McElree's Wine of Cardui and THEDFORD'S are for solo by tho following merchants in T And for less money than any houso in town. Call nnd see him. m r 1 1 Bold 5. by O. I. HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Hood's ts. Sarsaparilla by all druggli six for rropared only IOO Dosos One Dollar Hut. BreokenrUno County Jesik V. Owen, Cloreroort, 0. W. Short, Cloverport. Drruhesr & Lay, Stenheneport. Witt i, Mcador, Hardlniburg, J. J. Refers, Uoinn Star, 1 CLOVERPORT.KY ftKMrv A. , , 4fctet'' "- - ' 1" ."' r't"ff; HAR01NSBURG DEPARTMENT. Kit I lot f f ""el- - H W jafloiiiiiacjjtiaaBaMJaKasccEjaotsBmJHKiX Mr. C. II. Lane has been appointed postmaster at Garncttsville, vice Mr. A. K. Willianw resigned. Mr. Grayson Clayromb an old citizen and substantial farmer died at his home near Lodlhurg last Friday. Born, to the wife of Mr. Gabe Pierce, of Holt's Bottom, two fine bo.vs. Friday morning weighing 10 pounds. The Soda Ash plant is not dead, but slcepctb so with the bobbin factory. All things come to those who wait. The Cannelton Enquirer says Mrs. Dr. C. E. Cox, of that city, is seriously ill, which tho News very much regrets to hear. Mrs. Clias. B. Skillman gave in honor of her sisti-r- , Miss Eva Young, a euchre party. There were a good many In attendance. Mrs. II.V. Duncan, after a week's visit in Louisville, returned home Sunday, of Sho purchased nn elegant line millinery goods. Maj. W. V. McCracken, President of the L., St. L. & T. Railway, passed through Louisville Saturday en route to Jacksonville, Fla. Read Geo. Yeakel & Co's., advertisement If you aro hunting for bargains. They have cm and they tire not afraid to let the world know it. Amos Skillman left last Sunday for McKlnney, Texas, where he goes to accept a position in tho Foote House, one of tho best hotels in that city. If you have not already seen them don't fail to call and examine Mrs. II. V. Duncan's choice selection of hats, bonnets and other novelties in millinery Mr. Forrest Stith, of Bcwleyvillc, and a young Mr. Shumatd, of Guston, wero passengers on tho train Saturday for Ixiuisville. It was tho hitter's first trip to tho city, and of course was enjoying it. V. W. Dorris, of Louisville, will preach at the school house in Irvington next Sunday at 11 a. m. Ho is an able representative of the church of Christ, nnd you are invited to go and hear his Sermon. Tho young ladies and gentlemen of the upper side of the creek gavo a very enjoyable parlor entertainment in tho nature of "Charades" last Friday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fraizo. Mr. J. D. Gregory, representing the Cloverport Cigar Company, started put Monday on his first trip to introduce the goods turned out by this company. Mr. Gregory returned homo yesterday and reports a splendid trade for an introductory trip. By request of the Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E. Church South, tho young ladies and gentleman will repeat the entertainment given last week. Tho proceeds will be used for parsonage. Admission 15 cents, children 10 cents. Mr. Win. Foor, of Owensboro, and a director in tho Cloverport Brick Plant, Mr. Foor is well was hero yesterday. pleased with tho outlook of the plant, and says thoro is no question about its being a success, and a paying investment Ho has already to tho stockholders. been offered $110. for his stock. Rov. J. V. Gregory, of the Christian church, preached at Fisher's Hall on .Monday night. He had a very fair congregation. Good order prevailed and all seemed to appreciate tho sermon. There aro but about eighteen members of the Christian church in our city, but they arc all in earnest and are working hard Brother to establish a church here. Gregory contemplates holding a protracted meeting hero hi the near future, perhaps within the next two months. MttBUttUMn V. U.IIAItltAUr. L, II. & W. TIME TABLE. floixn tt'KrtT. Passenger Dally nrr. HardlnOpurg..! 2:05 p.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. .. 7:48 h.w. " JUST THU WflATBflt Never Known .1 i 'if.. aoixo east. Passenger Daily arr. HrJlnburg Mixed (ox. (Sunday) nrr. " - 8:55 a.in 3:55 p.m. Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it ia pleasant and refreshing to tlio taste, and acts gentlyyet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and ciir habitual constipation. Syrup r "gs is the only remedy of its lciuu ever produced, pleasing to the tnsto and acceptable to the stonmrh, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable- subtances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it the most popular remedy known. Syrup or Figs is for Bale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading Any reliable drugi'ist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who J)o not accept wishes to try it 1rn-gists. ONB 3EIVJOYS any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. N.r. SAN FRANCISC ), CAL, LOUISVILLE, KY. HEW YORK, PIBBOB room and A. S. ENGLISH, l'rop'r. laiOTJSB CLOVERPORT, KY. 40 fi.jn per day, Including S.imple lloom. Centrally IcicntcJ. Hoarding liv the week, including bed,.co. Single Meal cents. V Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, Ojjict over D. lfambUtorft Saddlery and Harness Store. CLOVERPORT. KY. 4. II. TAYI-OK- , J. C. BUSH, W. 8. TAYLOR. Over Zulaufs JewMrv Store 0WENSB0R0. KY. Frcderica Street. DENTISTS Dr. S. S. Watkins, & 1 J. H. Taylor & Co., Physician Omcr. Surgeon, Next door to Breckenridge Cloverport, Ky. Cank, Announcement. FOll THK LEGISLATURE. We arc authorized to announce the Hon. TICE JOLLY, as a candldato for the Lcglslatnre. Subject In the action of the Democratic party. Breckenridge News. i WEDNESDAY, LOCAL APRIL 8, 1891. BREVITIES. sv - The fruit in this section is all right. The Henry Clay cigar is clear Havana. All eyes are turned toward the Brick plant. W. 11. Bowmor was in Ilendeison last week. I ' The Little Dandy cigar is a great favorite. Next Saturday will be Arbor Day. Plant a tree. Lewis Powers, of Hawesvillc, was in the city Monday. Leon. McGavock, of Skillman, was in the city Saturday. C. N. Buckanan, of Hawesvillc, was in the city last week. E. P. McAdams, of Owensboro, was in the city last week. Call for the Cloverport Cigars when you go to Irvington. Born, to the wife of V. O. Habbago, March 2Gth, a boy. Judge W. D. Holt, Holt's Bottom, was in the city Monday, If you want the World for a nickel, bay the World cigar. Miss Jennie Patterson is teaching s ihool at Aetnaville, Ky. Mrs. II. V. Duncan's new spring millinery is tho talk of the town. Win. Otto, of Irvington, will ship next Sunday fifteen cars of staves. Ladies' bo sure and ask to seo our Mather's Kid Gloves Sulzer's. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gross. Holt's Bottom, wero in tho city Saturday. 25 cents will buy a pair of Boy's Knee Pants worth 40 cents Sulzer's. When you want good printing at bottom prices, givo the News a call. Mrs. Robt. Lindloy has returned from a visit to her old homo in Illinois. Tor Sale. Two good horses on 12 months' time. John II. Blythe fc Bro. 25 cents will buy a child's handsome Iaco Cap worth 10 cents, at Sulzer's. 15 cents will buy Sergo Plaid Dress Goods, worth 25 cents a yard Sulzer's. 75 cents will buy a pair of Nottingham Ijiro Curtains worth 1.15 Sulzer's. For fresh bananas, apples, oranges, candy, nuts, call at Martin's Drug Store. Pure drugs and medicines for salo cheap, Call at C. C. Martin's Drug Store. Leave your orders with C. C. Martin for all kinds of flowers, geraniunrt, roses, etc. Take a look at Suler's Trunks nnd Satchels if you are going to make a trip soon. Obituary notices inserted at 5 cents a line. Plcaso remember this when you send them in. Oo'.zo & Bro., aro running their mill day and night to keep up with their ordors on Hour. Tho Cloverport Cigar Company uso only tho best quality of tobacco in their mako of cigars. Mrs. II. V. Duncan invites your inspection of her new stock of spring millinery just received. . Mr. Hnnlln Beard and wife' are In the city. Col. Alf Allen went to Louisville Mon? tlay. Mr. Felix Monroo went to Louisville Monday. Garden truck will bo a little late this shis season. If you want any first class job work, call at tho News olllce. Capt. George Mercer, of Rosclta, was not or hand last Saturday. Tho gas well contract lias been extended and calls for one thousand feet. Granville Wilson sent in his resignation as secretary of thtf County WhceJ. Tho Republicans do not take to the nomination of Dr. Ben very cleverly. McCracken & Co., aro losing a good deal of freight by having the depot half a mile from town. J. II. Gardiner, who has been In Louisville for several mouths, came home last Friday. Since tho Farmers' Alliance havo put out a candidate, they aro willing to admit negroes and lawyers into the organization. They want votes. Tho people would liko to know what party Dr. Ben represents, and if twenty or thirty men havo tho right to make a nomination for several hundred. All the freight on the North sido of town for shipment now goes to the river. The road from town to the depot is in an impassablo condition and nobody can get thero with freight. Tho Wheelers met hero last Friday and tried to make a nomination for the Legislature, but there was such strong opposition to it among the members of tho order that tho thing was abandoned. On Saturday those who favored making a nomination called a citizen's meeting and nominated Ben Ilarncd. At this citizen's meeting there were thirty-seve- n Republicans and twelve Democrats. Dr. Horned was the unanimous choice of the body to make the race, and tho nomination being given him ho accepted it. Dr. Ilarned denounced both of the old parties, and sakl he was out for a new deal. The Lexnin Hotel This house has just been leased by Mr. Burl Beard, and has undergone a thorough courso of repairs from cellar to garret. All the rooms have been newly furnished and fitted up s condition. Mr. and put in Burl Beard formerly occupied the Huckeby houso in this place, but desiring to go into the hotel business on a little more extensive scale, and to get a houso better adapted to tho business, nnd to bo more convenient to tho traveling public generally, ho leased this hotel formerly occupied by Mr. J. II. Lennin. This hotel is well ordered for tho accommodation of guests, and situated in the center of tho town, is convenient for everybody. A sainplo room is furnished on Main street for tho uso of traveling men. Mr. Beard has had years of in tho hotel business, and understands thoroughly tho importance of house. This baa alkeeping a first-claways been his rule, and ho will continue it here, making his prices rcasonablo and giving satisfaction to everybody. first-classs For a Spring Overcoat not cold enough for a heavy one, and too cool to go without any. Wo profess to have tho best stock of those garments in the city. Wo have them nt all prices, from tho cheapest to the finest, and in a great variety of fabrics. No man with a due regard for health can do without one of these useful as well as ornamental garments. If you want a Suit for Sun" day wear, or a Suit for business j or if you want a good, strong) cheap working Suit, we can supply you better and cheaper than any other houso because we manufacture our own goods. Our Boys' and Children's department is very complete- and prices range low. If you have a son who will need a Communion or Confirmation Suit, you will find the best and cheapest stock at - To Fail It Pays ! TO BE POLITE. f ' ' . L: i our houso. It Pays TO BE HONEST, !T -- . JULIUS WINTER & 5 It Pays TO TRADE AT myyi "Old Reliable" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS.. LOUISVILLE, KY. SULZER'S CLOVERPORT, KY. Paints Now ! Paints line of Mixed Paints ! I have the largest Catches 'Em EVERY TIME. ever brought to Cloverport. isthc time to do 'your painting. If you are going to paint your house inside or out, you should call and examine my Paints and prices before going elsewhere. Brands are My Harrison's, Town and Country. Val. Blats', Blue G-ras- MADE What Is Made By Buying your ! I WHY ? MONEY IS MADE OF Best Paint for the money on the market. G. W. Short, AMI Cu Druggist. u R. E. MOORMAN, Ho keeps constantly in Celebrated Elizabethtown Hams stock tho Pure Leaf Lard. EVERY PIECE GUARANTEED. Goods promptly delivered to any part of tho city. and VK ?0K A Jrlouj. nTBi; HLEcVeD miruc ures iOUSSENS HONEWAR 'This celebrated fumew tMSTCEN USEOYKTH SUCCESS A. LEXX an d Louisville, Seventh and Market Streets, rr's I"I oteiia, - K.eratLic!ktj. aim MRTHEIAST 20 YEARS. f OR SAIE 'ONSUMPTIONSo00 BRANDENBURG. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce QUS. W. RICHARDSON, as a candidate for re election to the Legislature from Meade county, subject to the action or the Democratic primary, June 13, 1891. The Spring Medicine. has gained as a spring medicine is It possesses just those wonderful. c of health-givinelements which every and appetite-restorin- g Do body seems to nccb at this season. not continue in a dull, tired, unsatisfactory condition when you may bo so much benefited by Hood's Sarsaparilla. It purifies the blood and makes the weak strong. blood-purify-in- The popularity which Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a We are authorized to announce T. P. OUNDIFF, as a candidate for the Legislature in Meade county. Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, June 13, 1891. The Brick Plant Under Way. The ground for tho Cloverport Paving Brick and Manufacting Companys' works was broke here last Monday, and tho work of erecting tho buildings and putting in all necessary material and maTho chinery will go right forward. Breckenridge Company Limited and Mr. C. J. Fella havo tho contract to fiurnish tho lumber. Mr. Cy. Lillard has tho A number of contract for the stone. men aro now engaged praparlng the ground and puttiugovortliingin readiness for tho buildings to go up. Tho railroad company havo laid a switch from their main road down to the grounds, so as all tho innterial to bo used can bo conveniently bandied. Mr. El. L. Morgan who has been engaged to superintend tho burning of tho blrck, arrived last' week from Vermont, and ia giving directions as to how the plant should bo arranged. Mr. Hayward, who represents a Philadelphia firm, is hero and will superintend tho arrangement of the dry house. Within less than thrco months Cloverport will havo one of tho best paying investments sho has ever bad. Obituary. citizen James Campbell, a of Union Star, departed this llfo on Friday, March 27th, 1891, aged 05 years, 5 months and days. Ho was married toNcomaCaso, Aug. 2d, 1840. Ho had been a member of tho Baptist Church returns her for 39 years. Ills wife thanks to the people of Union Star, mid especially to Dr. Mllner, for kindness and attention during tho illness of her husband. well-know- n m with which ladies may uso tho liquid fruit laxative, Syrup of Figs, under all conditions make It their favorite rem-dIt is pleasing to tho Qyo and to tho taste, geutlo, yet effectual in acting on y. The Ladies Delighted. Tho pleasant effect and jwrfect safety I ItlU RHHlD;0 iiivi wii'i mmhm Miss Nellie Green was at home Sunday. Dr. Lou. More inn n was at homo last week. Mr. J. T. Ditto, of Louisville, was heie Monday. SunDr. Pusoy and sister, Mnry,-spen- t day here. Born, to tho wife of Jas. II. Ditto, on tho 4th, a girl. Tho base ball boys at Ekron aro reviewing their club. Judge O. O. Richardson, of Louisville, was in town Monday. Hon. Chapezo Wathen has retun ed homo from Lcitchficld. Miss Burkhart, of near Bcwley ville, ia visiting Mrs. J. T. Bland. Mrs. Electa Hubbard was tried before Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Malin are visiting County Judgo Itnwlings last AVedncsdny on a chargo of lunacy, Sho was found Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Lewis, and sent to tho asylum. Dr. W. B. Pusoy and Miss Annie to be insane Pusoy, of Louisville, wero hero Sunday. Mr. Win. Rhodes, of Payncsville, has invented a very fine forco pump that can bo used in any depth well or cistern and will throw, a, stream of water sixty feet. Soon as tho weather settles Mr. A. W. Moreman will get bis new training track in nieo shape. Mr. Moreman has as lino a stable of horses as was ever in the county. Messrs. Roland O'Uryan and Marion Hise, proprietors of the Meado County Reporter, wero in Cincinnati last week, whoro thoy purchased tho pirns for their now paper. Hon. W. J. Hendricks, of Fleming county, candidate for Attorney General, was in town Monday. Mr. Hcndrick spoko'attho court houso in tho afterAbsolutely Pure. noon. His speech wub a forclblo and Highest A cream of tartar baking powder. of Democratic Latctt V. S, eloquent appeal in behalf In learenlaB atreogtb. of all Ills speech was well reprinciples. Governmtnl Food lleporl. ceived and enjoyed by all who heard it. Xeuvdlalo Persona resulting By his visit here Mr. Hcndrick ;nado a And tliiwe troubled with ncrvousnesa from care or overwork wilt bo relieved by taking host of frlqnds who will remember him llrutvh'H Iron Hitters. Genuine d day of April, bos tradu luurk aud crowd red Hues on wrapper. was Mr. John tho guest of Mrs. M. 0. Groan, Sunday. Mr. Ike.'MoltonsoldMr.Gco. Lyddan, Webster, Inst week his sorrel stallion. Prieo paid $1,200. Miss Addle Ditto, who has been visiting friends and relatives hero, returned to Louisville Tuesday. Hon. It. C. Warren, of Lincoln county, candidate for Auditor, was hero Monday and addressed tho people. Grundy Alexander, who has been in tho barber business all his lifo here, is lying very low with consumption. Tho county meeting of the Farmers and Laborers Union was held here Saturday. A larse number were in attendance. Mrs. Ned. Itceso, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ditto, has returned to her homo nt Columbus, Ohio. Messrs. Fred. Meador and James Coleman havo rented tho lower end of Mr. James Bryant's farm with tho view of starting an opossum industry. Iteports from different sections of tho county say that the peach crop is all right, and thero will bo a very heavy crop of apples. Wheat is looking well. S. Green, of Louisville, Having sold out our entire interest in the hotel on Jcfl'erson street, we have removed to our old stand that wo occupied for years so successfully nt Seventh and Market slrecta, are now fitting it up in elegant shape now throughout, and tho outfit in every way will be elegant, including ono of Hale's Safety Passenger and Baggngo Elevators with all tho late improvements. c "Wo want all of our old friends to come and seo us in our old home. We you that our Booms, Table and Service shall bo second to none in tho land. Miss Agnes Malin has returned to My wife, Mrs. Jo. B. Alexander, wants to bo remembered to all her lady friends Louisville to continue her musical studand she will be glnd to see them and givo them a hearty reception. ies. Miss Minnie Casperkc has returned FARE $2.00 PER DAY. homo after a stay of soveral weeks in JO. B. ALEXANDER, Manager. Louisville, where sho has been taking items in spring styles in millinery at Cannon & Byers. Mr. Thos. Roberts, Ekron, says fruit prospects in his section of tho county are good and if nothing happens in tho future to damage there will bo plenty of And if you will call and examine our immense stock of peaches and apples. An inquest of lunacy was held over Mrs. Eugeno Woolfolk, at Haynesvllle, on Thursday by County Judgo Rawlings. She was adjudged to bo insano and sent to tho Central Lunatic Asylum. Tho Stato Board of Equalization havo Wo will convince you that you savo money by making your raised tho assessment of property in Meado county 4 per cont. A committco purchases of has been appointed by the County Judgo to appear before tho board this week, and try to havo them reduce it. Aaron Walker (colored) was arrested Thursday charged with stealing coffee from Mclntyro & Bryant. Ho pleaded guilty before County Judgo Rawlings "Wo take special pains in selecting quality, fit and From us. and wns given 110 days at hard labor on style; and wo have been in tho business long enough to know tho streets. Our stock of SUITS is complete, and what suits tho trado. Monday was County Court day. But our lino of little business was transacted in court. Tho following cases wero disposed of: Gus. W. Richardson vs. Commonwealth, road established: M. E. Wheeler, etc., mtMam vs. Commonwealth, road established; bsJLh JrtaaijF Aa sJLss Win. Burkhart's heirs vs. Mary E. Burkappointed to allot hart, Commissioner dower.. Tho other cases on tho docket Aro tho largest over brought to this place, and wo guarantee fit were all continued. EVERYWHERE pro-mis- MONEY MADE IS MONEY SAVED ! Clotlxiix g nrlasjl Spring Clothia POWDER mllei from Moberlj, Randolph County, containing 80 scroi, La j good homo, barn, corn The farm ia well crib and divided into meadow and plow land, with li teres of good timber, and watered by a good living stream of water through one aide of It. This offers a good opportunity for some one to go into the Fruit business. Mobcrly betng a good market for fruit, etc. I will eichango the above fur a small LtverT stock in some thriving town In Kentucky. For pnrllcularscall on or address J. W. UHAINARD, CarShtps, Cloverport, Ky. first-cla- FARM FOR SALE or EXCHANGE I wilt fell toy farm located In Missouri, four 1 ss SHOES HARDINSBURG, KY. equal to any Merchant Tailor mado goods. In addition to our many bargains which we aro offering this Spring, we would call special attention to our of full-lin- t Administrator's Notice. claims against the estate of Peter F. Flood, deceased, are hereby y notified to produce said claims before me proven, on or before the 1st day of June, 1891. All persons indebted to the us tale of Deter F. Flood, deceased, aro hereby notified to come forward and settle at once without any further notice. Given under my hand this 6th day of April, JOHN J. FLOOD, Adin'r. 1891. All persons having prop-Arl- Which we aro making a specialty, and in doing so wo feel confident that wo havo tho very Shoe you aro looking for. Our Shoes aro well known brands, such as Buel, Mcintosh and Ruby. In Men's fino Shoes wo arc secend to none, our stock containing tho latest slylo in Kangaroo, Calf and Patent Leather. Givo us a call. R F. Beard & Co., m MUM -- ' mi luiwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 'UIUI(!HIMIUlMiaiyUJM ' WWlW"MHri'T ' - afiJt ' " -- , iJV - ' l"l!?''7swvi '"!'P w rrjnn H...JII I lllll(WWpn IJIIIII lllpWl ifr lfml"l IM"II "llW HI'ti' " tJBifcii" i"wiy uajs: yMitUHMMJMM BR ECKEN RIDGE NEWS. WEDNESDAY, UNION STAR. That Paynesvillo Meeting, EniTon llitKCKKN-iiiDONews: I hopo you will find space in yum valtow wonls 1 have to uable Vix-'say concerning n piece that was published last week from your Brandenburg corresiKMident about the Farmers' Alliance that met at I'ayucsville. Tho gentleman started out by saying that there wcro a number of truo Democrats who fought strenuously against tho proposition to nominate a candidate, but they were overcome in numbers by the Republicans and misguid d Democrat, led on by hungry and demagogues who have their own interest nt heart more than they have the interest of the farmer. Let me tell the gentleman right hero that there wero but very few that opposed the proposition, and tho main ono that opposed it was Mr. Gus Richardson, whom the gentleman honors ; and the reason why he did it was becauso ho didn't want any opposition. He knew if they did nominato a candidate, lie would bo like a feather in a whirlwind. I will inform the gentleman also that they wero iiot,overcomo by Republicans and misguided Democrats, for a majority were Democrats, and especially tho leaders; and they wero not led by hungry That is what the farmers assembled thero that day for to select a man who was not an That is what is the matter with this country it has always been represented by hungry and "politicians, who care for no one Gut themselves. TIl1 farmers did not meet there, as tho gentleman said, for the purpose of nominating a candidate to run on a third party ticket, but to select a man whom they thought would be suitable to represent this county. The farmers want a man who will look to their interest as well as to self. They are tired of being represented the way they have been. d They have followed those politicians, thinking they would get relief, but instead of that times get worse. But, thank goodness, they have begun to realize the condition those politicians have led them to, and are now beginning to look to their own interest. I presume, from tho way tho gentleman spoke of the Farmers' Alliance, lie is pulling against it all hncan;andhe is not tho only one there are lots pulling and wrenching on every side. But nevertheless it will triumph after Faismkus' Am.iaxci:. awhile. WOMEN AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. Mrs. GUSTON. v?w Tope Miluur Is HUlIbrlng from the ied sy onl httnek of lt grippe. J Miss Tink Itickcits entertained tl IC There are marriage-ti- c rarcheesl Club Friday night. And friendly tico. And the ties which Innlne makeM Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Teatrick, of Owens-drorThere are solemn tie returned home Monday. f And merry ties, And the tlei nn belting stake ; Mr. and'Mrs,- - Sam Casbman; of New Therarc builders' ties rAlbanj7arb visiting relatives here. And rallroad-tlcs- , Miss Mata Root has been sick for sevWhich actors can recall ; Hut the .Spring ties eral days, but we are glad to say she is We advertise improving. ' Arc the prettiest tics of all. Tho youngest child of Mr. Jake Brown I.VTIIR SIMtlN'O A YOU.NO MAN'S FANCY died of scarlctovgr and was buried hero ' March 54th. APUILS, 1891. J fr o, oillce-sceke- J.K11ITI.Y TUItNS TO Lovely :;;.iN:ECWiEAflf 25, 35, 50 and 75 Gents, ClUSr, NKW, and NOVKI., proving that we a'c the W1DR AWAKU I.KADKItS, and arc not selling chestnuts. Dr. Milner was called to Hanlinsburg, Monday," to attend Uoscoe Severs, who is quite sick. Mrs. Noah Cunningham and daughter, of Louisville, are visiting Mr. J. 0. I I Gun-ningha- JNO. D. BABBAGE, CLOVIiiU'OIlT, KY. Id:TAT3Ba1); Manager MOOLEYVILLE. Mooloyvillc oxp?cU n boom tliis summer. . . jl ' r .1 .i; urops, vnent grass. JIUII,. . UIV. are) very promising in this section The Government, work of building a dikoa gin-eoo- the fieal ' of .StuvfTshTbar "j vill well 1m- - John W. Krymire is now and takes bin former position as tie contractor for Mr. Gray. J. II. Mitchell sold to- an Indianapolis firm, so they saidf the best and largest lot of furs ever Hold in 1'reckenridge county. Miss Julia Cunningham,- Messrs. Davis Cunningham, Herman 0. Hryjan and others have just returned from Louisville. John 15. Manning sold at Tell City one - of the fines! lotof poplar logs that ever r, Do Not Suffer Any Longer. Knowing that a cough can bo checked Strange Revolution in Women's in a day, and tho first stages of consumpDressWill .American Ladies , tion broken in a week, we hereby guarank "Dare Adopt It ? V '., tee Dr. Acker's English Cough Remedy, built'. f Some predict that the great change in and will refund tho money to all who Kilwin F. Kgart &. Co. will commence do e soon on Sam the fashioning of the clothes which are buy, take it as per directions, and the erection of a to. bo worn, by women this coming sea- not find our statement correct. For LandT. Elder's farm, near Cedar-Groving. They have been to, Louisville juid son is tbejiuost wonderful victory of the Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., purchased their engine and stills. Mr. nineteenth century if fashion leaders and AVitt & Meador, llardinsburg, Ky. James Alvey, of Derby, Intl., has the can be induced to adopt it, and appear Does Farming Pay ? lumber about ready for the erection of just once in public so arrayed. Men will hold their breath in wonder "Does farming, pay?" asks the Comthe house. The firm consists of Edwin According to tho stateV. Egart, Geo. Egart, Crofton Cuuning-hnm- , at tho marvelous change it makes in mercial Gazette. lovely woman. "Few of tho fair sex ment of Farmer Mills, of Michigan, who of the firm of McComicl & Cun ningham, of Louisville, and Burton Cun- can help being beautiful in these glove- - runs a four thousand acre'' farm near ningham. It is thought they will do a fitting costumes," says a writer in n re- Detroit, fanning does not pay as it should thriving business, as they are in one of cent number of Tho Now York and Paris pay, Considering the capital invested the best fruit belts in tho county. There Young Ladies' Fashion Bazar. "This and the labor required ; nor us it would is talk of making it a mail landing am1 a magazine' js the only one in Europo or pay if'the McKinley bill had not been business point. We learn that Mr. J. I). America which makes a specialty of giv- passed. "Our taritr laws makd tho products of Cunningham is talking of moving his ing those inclined to stoutness an unfarm cheap," says Mr. Willis in tho Destore down there. It is also rumoied rivaled uppearanco of sculptured 3 said Her Royal Highness the troit Evening Xows, "and tho necessithat J. It. Mitchell is talking of purchasHonest Goods. Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. ing a lot from Sam T. Elder and starting I'rinco of Wales. Mudamo l'atti has or- ties of tho farmer dear." Mills, of MichiCO Subscription Rates, The Duhmes, of Cincinnati, have pur- a year, Dally without Dally and Sunday,a $10. dered from the Paris house four magnifi- gan, may bo no kin to Mills, of Texas, Suuday, $4.00 year, a store, and expects to keep the cent costumes, the designs of which ap- but the latter gentleman on occasions chased 200 acres of beautilul b'uo grass Sunday, $5.00 a year, Weekly, $1.00 a year. The Weekly Courier-Journpear in tho April number of this Fash more than one spoke to the same effect. land. Tho properly is outside of Lexington, adjoining tho Cassius Goodloo Has the largest circulation of any Democratic La Grippe Again. ion Bazar and in this magazine only. But Mills, of Michigan, continues : Newspaper In the United States and proposes loof Mrs. Harrison is greatly fascinated During the epidemic of La Grippe last "I'ork would bring double its present farm, and is ono tho most desirable cations for a breeding farm. Tlie Duhme to double or treble its already large circulation. season Dr. King's New Discovery for with the exquisite gem, costume No. 4, price wero our tarill laws modified, and Consumption, Coughs and Colds, proved in tho April number. It is expected when good priecs can be got for pork, a outfit at Woodlawn, near .Glendale, BY GIVN2 AWAY EACH Ohio, will bo removed to tho new farm Reports from she will give an order for an exact coun- better price can bo got for grain." to be the best remedy. AND EVERY DAY to some one n splend'd and bo further improved. OUTSELL ALL OTHERS. the many who used it confirm this state- terpart of it, tho whole front of which High Arm Sewing Machine or a Handsome And in that syllogism Mills, of MichiGold Watch, AUSOLUTELV FHEE. will bo iucrusted with diad Full ment. They were not only quickly regan, leaving for a space tho statements Ill our subscription line every proper linme Is divided Into BTllnblw, nnd particulars Courier Journal. Sample Senator Pottigrew will drive a trained copy free. lit Weekly one. er5l,,',llulIc VllttWe, Bo U.ut IIUjIb reader, cu.i tell at a glur.ee tlio prorjriirouuurl. lieved, but tho disease left no bad after monds. This gown alone will be worth of Mills, of Texas, hugs close to the deaUc?i ol ihl Send for results. We ask you to give this remedy a king's ransom. claration of Blaine, of Maine, that the moose against a trotting horse for $200 a W. N. HALDBMAN, Address. THE GREATEST AID EVER PUT INTO A SUBSCRIPTION BIBLE a trail and we guarantee that you will be McKinley bill opened not one foreign side at the State fair to be held at Sioux I'rrsldent Courier-JournCompany, A FAitMi:njn tlie Glasgow' Times thus port to a barrel of American pork nor to Falls, S. D., next fall. satisfied with results or' the purchase bOUISVILLR, Kv. price will be refnnded. It has no equal philosophizes upon tho situation: "Farma bushel of American farm products. They don't in La Grippe, or any Throat, Chest or ers are doing nothing. It may be taken as a fact then by the EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY TO SUCCESS. Lung Trouble. Trial bottles free af G. know where they are going, or what they Commercial Gazette that, while tho McW. Short's Drug Store. bottles, are going to do when they get there. Kinley bill remains to tax, tho farmers ADDISON, KY. WE GIVE CANVASSERS THE LARGEST COMMISWo don't know what wo aro going after, profits will bo lax, according to tho unTOc. and $1. Is the placo to buy SEWING MACHINE for SIONS EVER ALLOWED TO BIBLE AGENTS. and don't take anything to get it in. deniable tcstimonoy of Mills of Texas, less money than any other place in the country A' Good Joke.Flaye'd on An English- The machines I sell are equal to any that We arc in the center of a d d bad fix. Mills, of Michigan, and Blaine, of Maine. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO agents charge from $35 to $50 for: I guaranman. - Wo don't know what to say and about EXPERIENCED AGENTS. What the politics of Mills, of Michi- tee them to be what I say or no trade. Agents That railroad men aro practical jokers what to say it. We want to play a gan, aro nowhero apicurs. Ho contents will say the machine Is uo account, be5 Look (o your Interests, and write for terms to (Mention tlds paper. i causo the large difference in our prices, but I is nlnwnt proverbial. A new trick has prominent hand in this Government and with stating facts, as experience figure on this as on everything I handle, cut it & himself - - CINCINNATI, O. CRANSTON been added to their category. It hap- don't know how to play it. Corn is five demonstrated them, and incidentally as low as It can be cut, "My Motto" quick & T. pay-ca- r and small pened on an L., St. L. as it dollars a barrel, and nothing to get it rounding out tho prophecy of Mills, of sales drawer profit. Singer Sewing Machines Two went out on its last run. There happenwith. We would love to lasso a fortuno Texas, and the declaiation of Blaine, of low arm, with droplevf all attachments. $10,50 Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R, II, Co, ed to bo an Englishman aboard, the but don't know the art. of throwing it. Maine. Five drawer droplenf Singer Sewing Ma;or LOSTorFAILINn MAMTrnnrn chines, high arm, with all utinebments $10,50 ardor of whose braggadocia needed cool- We would love to roost on tho lavender Seneral and NEB.V008ilKHir.ITV. Farming does not appear to pay since Send mo a check or the money by register 3STO. V7. Gffteti ing intlio estimation of theJniin officials. tinted poles of COngrcsd, but thoy don't the McKinley TarifT Tax Pk1?i,HI8. JWeaknessorof Body and Hind, Vmm v. of Errors Exaeaias i n DM nr started its letter, and I will ship you u machine to any K.bu.l, J.M tUkilOODrollr Ht.t.rrd. lo ! .olirf tSi that 'the Englishman' let Shanghais roo.it there. Wo would operation of making tho ricli The.latter admitted richer, the part of the country. JU.lul.tr ..f.lllin HOIK TRUTSUVT-llMtIn J.r. could do most things, but declared that like to mako a living by the sweat of consumer more Tuidiip: erfect Respectfully, 81. Hi uj ffrltt In l.iltfj rrn toripliDttUa ttnttm Cositrl. . (latltd)Ik.n. consumed, and tho RePtttrlpllt BMk. sad broort aialUd frcs. be could not lie on his back, place a coin sotno other plan's brow, but thoy have publican party tho beneficiary of h. D.ADDISON, W MEDIOAL CO.. BUFFALO, N. V. At 5:00 o'chk A, U., Sunday.KoT.SO. , 2S90 ERIE tho fat on his forehead and succeed in throwing quit sweating. We would liRo to have a frying of Quay. Covington Addison, Ky. CommonWent Bound Traini it by a motion of his body into a funnel pint of whisky, but it takes a day's grub- wealth. Enit Hound Trnxut t. V. A. Kuuienr, Sec. & Mgr J. II. Hinot.v.v, Pres't. G. V. UitA.vsKonu, which was to be fastened to bis girth. bing to get it. We would love to be tho SI 62 A3 Mull A Mull & The Englishman mado the attempt, that orator of Richard M. Menifee, but it Expr's lixpr's STATIONS GAS IN A TREE. Expr's is be assumed tho prescribed position takes the blood that coursed through Dally Dally Dally and waited for tho signal to "play ball." heroes' veins, and wo haven't got it. Wo A Strange Discovery in Boone CounC 2opm 8 Ik") i m Iv.Un'n Dp't..ur 105 8 20 Kentucky St. 12 60 With tho signal camo a' shower bath, a would lmto.to bo called a lot of Burr-tailety, Indiana. 0 00 12 lOinn West Point -. mSr cup of ice water being poured into the 903 12 07pm Howard but that is about tho size of us." v.. - S.P- k. K jmrjr Lkhaxo.v, Ixd., March 27. While a a BA W xsaar m.dis&r 7 45 9 20 Hock Haven 11 63.1111 jtmt &. avsav f3 funnel. The submerged victim of course m party of timber cutters wero sawing 9 27 Mkr 763 Long Uranrli 1143 8 01 Itrilllftlililil.ri. 937 shouted something about bloody murder 1131 Somi: of tho friends of Mr. James E. down a tree on tho Lano farm, two miles 8(17 9 40 Mendc Springs 1130 or bloody water, but is said to have re- Stone, says a Frankfort correspondent, 8 14 9 40 1124 east of this city, a smoll resembling natnitron 8'J2 964 (juston 1110 covered from tho shock. Louisville aro urging him to become a candidate ural gas issued from tho tree where the 83U 1003 Irvington 1107 1012 Commercial. 8) 10 20 1068 Wtbbter for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. If saw was penetrating. A match was ap8 47 Lodlliuryr 1061 860 1027 there was likely to bo a rough and tumble plied and a flume five feet high burned 10 42 1'lircc Our Very Best People aw 10 30 SLmpIu 1030 fight for tho iosition among all tho boys, for 20 minutes. Upon examination the 1041 910 Stepliensport 1020 CHILL - Confirm our statement when we say that 910 1049 1021 Addison we would willingly declare our prefertree was found to bo hollow. CHEAPEST MEDICINE JiNOWJI U1U 1062' Holt 1018 Dr. Acker's English Remedy is in every ence for Mr. Slono. But CONSIDERING QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. 933 1100 Cloverport as tho matter 1003 9 40 1114 .way superior to any and all other preIT WILL ALSO OTJ0S,3n Shops 9 63 stands tho drift of publio favor seems to A meeting of delegates from the counm 1120 Sklllmiin 9 44 BILIOUSNESS, DYSPEPSIA, parations fortho Throat and Lungs. In bo largely 1001 1137 lliiwesvllle 932 AND CnnOItlO C0II3TIPAT10K. to Mrs. 1ingmoor, tho ty unions of tho Farmers' Alliance in turned 10 08 1141 ( l'etrie 923 Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic widow of tho lato 1L61 1014 I"ulcnn incumbent, W. W. the Eighth Congressional District, de917 C. C. MARTIN 11 56 in, 1017 We offer you a Longmoor. Cuyco and relieves at once. 913 Mr. Addams, who is the clared its "immutable opposition to the 1203pm 1023 I.ewisport 9 00 onuaaisT samplo bottlo free. Remember, this candidate is her representative, 1041 1221 l'owcrs 8 47 and says formation of a third party of tho F. and 10 65 NEXT DOOfl BELOW POST OFFICE. 1235 BY I'.ites 832 Remedy is sold on a positivo guarantee. if he is elected ho will turn 1245 1100 over all tho L. lT. in this Stato at tho present time." Ky Clovoroort, Ouensboro 822 1269 1118 Tib-- e M fittingly For Salo by G. W. Short, Cloverport, fees to her. It seems nothing 808 but right 1120 107 7 59 Stanley Ky., and AVitt A Meador, llardinsburg, that she should have tho emoluments of 117 mmmmMmmmmfmmmm?foi 3 1137 137 Worthlnpton 7 47 For an emergency there is rio remedy Material & Workmanship 1165 Spottsvllle FREE TO ALL. Unsurpassed. 728 Durability, Style & Finish Unequalled. S77sl4s7i7 Ky. 12 05pm 140 oflico tho remainder of the term for moro essential than "C. C. C. Certain the 719 Our New Illustrated 1220am 2U0pin Ur.Hendcrs'n 7 U5.im which her husband was elected, and Cough Cure" for Croup, Whooping catalogue oi Hsnrt, Manufacturers of Wagons, Drays and Dump Carts. Capacity 25 wagons a day, BuiDi, vinw, snrusi.s Within the Beach of All. . without a decided change tho people will Cough, etc. Sold by J. AV. Owen. il.ii.ai II.. I. "", with a rapidly growing trado extending over eighteen Southern and Western States Tret. Smiil Fruit. wwkfi.r u. iriiinrRnaYnrnirtitatai by Anm erapa vinos, sosas.o Mr. McKinley has taxed pretty nearly give them to her. . irni,- ,,., Jiui, liomi, Pure, An.iln and wherever intoduced is universally considered tho best wagon on tho market. Ertfgrent, etc., will (WvmKk Y j7M sHI everything, but in tho kindness of his 'Ti. (Vilt,i)igHa W(ji, iny The editor of tho Louiavillo Times is? iuaucu rrua w oil - nuiMiini overt uu.vu Foil Sale nv applicants; 80 pages 3 ii'ii ran ua in wpintnq UT You will bo cured without infliction if comes out boldly and says he is for tho heart ho allowed grippo to come in free. hunt, Mlirmrrroutrf. KTinbt. ana 4000 varieties ot jj It is about tho only thing' nowadays you take "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," free coinage of silver. This would indi1,.A ... " M1W 'a tMW 3 ftAtfftfAptfnn lnftrftntjwl & which is within the reach of all. X. Y. for Chills and Fever. Pleasant to take. cate that Mr. I)gan has forgotten his Ig mon.yfr E3B CretnhouMSj 80 acres. Address, lt.liii.unknown incur thru.f. "l'Mr Guaranteed. Sold bv J. W. Owen. tarifT lesson. Herald. .Hull tl fc '., Itui. HHO l4,rtliin,I.Muiu came out of Yellow liank Creek- - John has a smile on his face, although he has the grippe. Mr. Millie Sobrig is loading his tie barge" at "the mouth of Yellow Bank Creek. Rillie has paid out quite a sum of money in this Ideality, and we are glad to see him have water to get out his ties. The Catholic church at Derby, Intl., is Hearing completion, and.is an honor to life little (own. .Messrs. John Stephens and AW II. Mitchell have done 'noble work in raising funds for the edifice. Had it not been for these two gentle-nieiijutchurch wouldncver hn'e been " Mr. J. V. Jenkins, of I.ouisvillc, spent Saturday and Sunday at Mr. 1). S. Richardson's? Mrs.' Sarah limner, of Middlctown, Ky., is visiting her brother, Mr. J. J, Severs, at this place. Mr. LMilncr, wh6 is attending Allmond's University, Louisville, spent several days at' home, returning Monday. m) G. AV. Chappell, who has been ill for several weeks, died Friday morning, March 27th. The funeral took placo tho next day. ,Mr John W. Hanks died of la grippe at the home of his son, Mr. Taylor Hanks, of Stephensport. Tho remains were brought hero for interment Thursday. Mr. L. A. Cart and Miss Malissa Black were married at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. J. C. Black, Wednesday, March 25th, at 2 p. m., by Rev. Myers. Miss Lena Richardson entertained a1 number of her friends this week." Those present were Misses I'ink Ricketts, Minnie Hoyle, Blanche Severs, Susie Brash-ea- r, Mattie Milner, Cora Richardson, and Mr. T, Milner. f ' t office-seeker- s. ofiice-seoke- r. to-da- y olllce-seeke- soft-head- mer has announced tho executive- committee of tho World's Fair board of lady managers. Mrs. Palmer says sho divid ed tho country into four parts of equal population and selected six ladies from each part; that sho divided tho honors as equally as she could between the political parties, and that she endeavored to select ladies who resided within 12 hours' ride of Chicago. Tho first meeting of tho executive committee will be held April 8th. The committee consists of Mrs. Jonas U. French, Boston; Miss Ives, New Haven, Conn.; Mm. Amy M. Starkweather, Pawtucket, It. I.; Miss Ellen Ford, New York; Miss Mary E. Russell, Newark, X. J.; Miss Mary Cuhdlcss, Pittsburg; Mrs. Wm. Reed, Baltimore; Mrs. Newton Lynch, Martinsburg, "W. Va.; Mrs. John A. Logan, Washington ; Mrs. Susan G. Cooke, Knoxville, Tcnn.; Mis3 Mollie E. Beck, Tampa, Fla. ; Mrs. Mary C; Cantrell, Georgetown, Ky.; Mrs, James P. Nagle,, .Little Rock, Ark.: Miss Sbakcsp.'are, New Orleans; Mrs. Rosina Ryan, Austin, Tex".; ilrs. Virginia 0. Meredith, Cambridge City, Ind.; Mrs Edward L. Bartlctt, Sante Fe, N. M., Mrs. P. P. Rue, Santa Rosa, Cal.j Mrs. Sarah G. G. Angoll, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Mrs. George M. Shepard, Chicago; Miss 0. E. Miller, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Mrs. Francis B. Clarke, St. Paul; Mrs. John S. Briggs, Omaha; Mrs. E. E. Allen, Portland, Ore., and Mrs. Coleman Thatcher, Jr., Chicago. Pottor Palmor Selects tho ExMiss Laura Smith Is at home on a visit ecutive Committee of tho Board. fiom Louisville. CniiAflo, March 28- .- Mrs. Rotter l'ab Mr. S. K. Carrigan s spotldiug this week in Louisville. Mr. wo are with you in your last issue as regards Mrs. Longmoor's interest. Misses Mary Snyder and Clara Jordan, of near BowlOyville, were in town Thursday, kI Topping. Airs, John W. Snyder, accompanied by her mother find two sisters, Misses Hattie and Lucy, returned home last week from a visit to Henderson. Mr. Dick Baskett, formeily a resident of Meade county, was brought home this week from Arkansas in a very critical condition with typhoid foven Misbes Jennie Hardin, Bettio McGe-he- o and Mamie Washington, of near Irvinglon, attended tho "Tiddlcdy winks" party at Mrs. Mtinford's last week. Miss Bettio Ditto, of Brandenburg, canvassed our town this week in the interest of some very good books she is selling. Success to you, Miss Bettio. Miss Maggie Fullinwider, who has made quite an extended visit to her old home in Alton, Ind., returned Thursday, and is opening her new lino of spring millinery. Mrs. Willa Harrison, of near Bowley-villpassed through our town Monday en routo for Cincinnati, where she will purchase a line of spring millinery. Her headquarters will be at Irvington. How is this for Gitston? In a lato letter from Mr. C. C. Williams, Assistant Superintendent of the United States .Express Company, nt Evansville, Ind., to Superintendent G. A. DeLong, at Chicago, he says, "Guston is the heaviest Express ollleo on tho L., St. L. & T. It. R. between Louisville an I Henderson." e, FRANKS. COb K '' LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES, DOORS, ' ; Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET. 15th & 16th. STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. ISTMention this paper. soft-heade- That Terrible Cough In tho morning, hurried or difficult breathing.-raisin- g phlegm, tightness in the chest, quickued pulse, dullness in the evening or sweats at night, all or any of these things are the first stages of consumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough Remedy will cure these fearful symptoms and is sold under a positive' guarantee by G. AV Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Vitt& Meudor.'Hardinsburg, Ky. still-hous- slim-ness- ," Ingalls says: "Lincoln, Grant, Hayes, Garfield and Harrison all read their inaugurals -- Cleveland spoke. It showed if he doesn't keep SAPOLIO in stock. No city store Is how thoroughly ho had his intellect diswithout it. The great grocers of the country handle no ciplined. There, before 50,000 people, where tho slightest mistake would be other scouring soap because the best housekeepers will held up to the country, with a pieeo of not use cheap imitations which are liable to do damage A Success. paper no larger than a visiting card to far greater than the little saving in cost. If your storeRoyal Germetuer is established us a guide him, he spoko to the world. It remarkable success. Thousands of testi- was the most remarkable exhibition oi keeper does not keep SAPOLIO tell him to wate up. If monials attest its virtue. Many of theso nerve ami control ever given by a Presihe offers )ou something else when you ask for SAPOLIO aro given by men and women of tho dent on his inauguration dav." highest btanding in the most honored tell him tc be wise and deal in genuine goods. walks of life. In the midst of a flourishing and nip-idl- y increasing business, tho price is re1038 duced from $1.50 to $1 per bottle. This Winesxp, 2 ami 3 year; 3 years 210 is done in the interest of those whose SUM Blush SGO circumstances in life deter them frpm Sweet Apjilej 3 yours 3 $ cars ! 03 paying the higher price. The rich will E. Harvest Ives Seedling 0raps 2 years 3 els. buy it at any price, but tho managers Will deliver the above Apple Trees at Clofeel that a medicine which possesses verport at 5 cts. each. such wonderful powers should be placed W. S. ASHBY. within the roach of the poor. Many Furniture in have said that Germotuer wus tho cheapendless varieest medicine on tho market. When it is AT remembered that a bottlo of Germetuer ty. I am now ROOK LICK, KY. makes a gallon of medicine ready for Mill and working machinery, good steam back at my old use, it is certainly eheaper than ordipower, cattle, hogs and farming Implements. nary medicino ill a bulk, and when tho Farm consists oi P0 acres, 75 lo good cultlvu. stand and repowers of tho medicine are ta"kon into tion, 21 in Oak timber, well Improved, and will sell at auction to the highest best account, the price amounts to almost bidder, all t"gethtr eabgenerate. Sale and take spectfully solicit or to nothing. place on Saturday, March 28th, at Book Lick, the patronage of Ky, Any one can ieo me or Germetuer is the coming success that Breckcnridga On.me the public. correspond with at Addison, Ky. has already come. Ask your druggist easy and made known on day of sale. Terms 11. L. 110KTUH, Addison, Ky. for it, and if ho cannot supply you write to E..M. Coleman, General .Representative, Louisville, Ky. Send for book containing particulars and history of won- TKe derful cures. LOUISVILL12, ICY. s y Lay Up Your Treasures. The Courier-Journbeats 'around tho bush in search of a satisfactory solution of tho problem, Where can a man place his treasure with assurance of gain and beyond tho possibility of loss? but fails to find ono. In fact, none oxii-toutside of the Scriptures. up your treasures in heaven, where booms never burst and bankers are unknown.-- - Umif-vill- e Times. nun is behind KEEPER the age V-- , Surplus Apple Trees For Sale. It pays to have the best. HEEE WE AHE AGAIN L4ND SALE! Courr tfournI FURNITURE, al UNDERTAKER post-offic- e. HOW ? pin-hea- ARALLEL BIBLES FAMILY ,1 L. D. ADDISOftFS MlllilllL ".& m ? AGENTS WAITED STOWE, FOR m.U ONLY! Bli TIME SCHEDULE '. i i Vice-Pres'- We v Jj&J& vj s, . THE TTJs BEST d Fmedicine CUE?. THE. OWENSBORO," ro T77"a,g;ori. Co. u. t "J 1 i ToMo-Ohl- B. F. BEARD, DILLON CO., f)jwm ."- 141 """' work-fr- IKY. ik SSSlft sWfc 111!