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IIY Tradesman, ths newspaper circulates in the homes of people buying the kind of good you may ha e to sell. Moral Invite them to your store. VOL. XV. NO. 38. DID YOU KNOW THAT V. - V ?. n W' w KniTon BitiXKENMiinOE News: However at a meeting of tho stockholdI will now try, by your permission, to No oats sown yet. ers hold at Fisher's Hall, on the 11th AugNellie Dowell is ill with chicken pox. answer A Farmer. In the first place, No. 18. ust, 1881, an organization was efieetcdjby The wheat crop Is looking reasonably Bro. Farmer, "cast tho beam out of thine , Klectinl in 1870 to represent tht county electing tho following Hoard of Direct- well. own cyo nnd then thou canst sco clearly of JlrerK'iiriilge iutlie ensuing sossion of ors: Frank Ditto, James Crawford, J. D. The fanners nre beginning to feel liko to cast the mote out of thy brother's ARE SELLING THE IJEST LOT OF V. Tabor, tli LcgiBlnture, the writer bognn to citHt Powers, T. J. Monarch, they nro going to bo considerably be eye." It is not infrequently the case Jas. T. Miller and It. It. Pierce. nbout forn subject upon which in addition hind with their spring plowing if the that wo meet with men who hnvo a to his general duties to ninke n record, great desire to givo advice uncalled for. The directors held n meeting the same wet weather doesn't ceaso shortly. not a record Hint innny seek to insure Splendid prospects for fruit of all A Farmer says, "My object in this letter day and organized by electing R. II. them another term, or nsufitepping-ston- e is to get my brother right, nnd not only IN TOWN. kinds nt this writing. to something better, but one Unit while Pierce, President; J. D. Powers, Any ono wishing to purchaso a good him, but nny others Mint. may havo That Witt & Meador have the cheapest line of Shoes in town. and J. Allen Murray, Secregiving him tin enviable reputation would saddle and harness horse can apply to strayed away from tho path of duty." That Witt & Meador have marked their goods down in reach of nil. redound to the interest of those repre- tary. Now, Bro. Farmer, don't be surprised to J. C. Dowell and bo accommodated. sented. That Witt it Meador have tho best line of dress goods in town. lenrn that the F. M. B. A. do not appreThere have been quito n number of Col. J' C. Fawcett was present and ciate your uncalled for advice. That Witt & Meador havo tho best trade in Hardinsburg. deaths in this vicinity recently. HowAt Hint time the city of Louisville had took an active part in the proceedings, ever, Micro is no ono dangerously ill nt Now, my dear brother, or cousin, as That Witt & Meador havo the best assortment of Gent's Neckwear only limited facilities for obtaining fcoal. and at his suggestion a consolidation was presont that wo know of. There nro a tho case may be, you being nn aspirant and Suspenders ever exhibited in Hardinsburg. Dependent to a great extent upon Pitts- afterwatds entered into with another few that arc suffering from la grippe and for office in tho Democratic party, if I company under the corporated namo of That Witt & Meador nro the leading Druggists in Hardinsburg. burg for supplies, it frequentlybappencil am not deceived, you therefore cannot tho "Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Rail- tho blues. ' the F. and ". I. .V. Mint in consequence of low vateramlice, That Witt & Meador have tho best Garden Seed on tho market. Mrs. Minnie Woolfolk, wife of Kugcno consistently bo a member of 'stocks were reduced and prices forced up way Company," confirmed by the net of Woolfolk, who resides near hero (nt L. Union, who stand antagonistic to That Witt & Meador aro doing tho business of this place. to extortolnato rates, as high m "0 to 40 the Legislature, approved January 13th, Haysvillo), was adjudged a lunatic last either of the old parties. "Oh, consistThat Witt & Meador have the best line of Cigars and Tobacco in town cents per bushel, causing factories to shut 1882. ency, thou art a jewel." A Farmer proThursday morning. That Witt it Meador invite special attention of tho Ladies and down and beariiigparticularilyhardupon ceeds to say, "Now, dear brother, before It was determined to make a survey of Mr. Editor, ns you have been kind you nail taken the obligation, were you Young Men. Ladies, call and sec our line of Lawns and Ginghams beto tho poorer classes, who were unable enough to publish tho views of several lay in their winter supply during the tho lino from West Point to Henderson, persons recently In regard to what some not informed that It should not inter- fore buying. Boys, givo us a call and see our display of Neckwear, nnd nnd a call of 5 per cent, was made for spring and summer. Comparatively litfere with your religion or politics?" you will agree with us that we have the best line in town. that purpose. Col. Broadhead was ap people call a third party in politics, we Truly, Bro. Fnrmcr. Now what is politle Kentucky coal was then being minpointed chief engineer with Z. T. Hern- - hope that you will grant us spaco for a tics? I believo ed. It occurred then to the writer that Webster says it is the few remarks on that subject. We will & as coal could be reached at or in the don, assistant. The survey way begun begin by saying that we don't know science of government. Now, my dear vicinity west of Cloverport and nearer nt West Point, October 4th, 1881, the what tho leaders of the Republican young friend, have I to bo told at this HARDINSBURG, KY. to Louisville than any other mines, tho line running by Rock Haven, Brandenparty are telling tho members of their late day, after having lived hero for 70 city might be induced to aid in building burg, Caseyville, near Union Star to the party yenrs, that I must not meddle with the who belong to tho labor organizaa railroad that would insure them cheap river, three miles above Stephensport, tions, but wc do not know what the science of government? thence through the town of Stephens-po- rt ' coal at all times. Again, A Fanner says, "No one can e lenders of tho and Holt's Bottom to Cloverport, leaders and tho would-bDemocratic party are telling tho Demo- bo nn F. and L. Union candidato for ofUnder these circumstances ho con- n point named in the charter. From crats who belong to these orders ; they fice, yet, forsooth, an F. and L. Union ceived the idea of procuring n charter to Cloverport the survey was continued tell us that we must bo Democrats and man may bo a Democratic candidate for construct tho "Louisville, Cloverport & down tho river to Hawesvillepassingone stick to tho Democrat party. Tho Demo office." Why, yes, certainly, why not; Western Hail way Company," to run from mile back of Lowisport, one nnd a half cratic party liko tho Republican party, is there ia no politics in Mint, is Micro? Louisville or West Point through or near from Yelvington, on to Owensboro. a hard party to stick too, that is, it is n Bro. Farmer, there is no law for the first, Ilrandenburg to Cloverport and thence From Owensboro a line was run back by somewhat difltcult matter to stick to the but the second is lawful, right and exto any point in Western Kentucky, thoy Knottsvillo nnd Pellville to Cloverport, However, pedient. So says Bro. Farmer. according to agreement. 5 per cent, on leaders of theso two parties. might elect so to do. A Farmer says, "We are not working a subscription to stock being paid by sub- this move is, and will meet with sonic for nny party in existence or out of excounty, and opposition in this (Meade) Tin's charter was written out without scribers upon that line. judging from tho way your worthy istence." Now if that bo tho case, I consulting any one, or disclosing his inmust confess that my Bro. Furmer is n Pnfilo was made of the survey, and Brandenburg correspondent digged nbout mere cipher in the community, a nonententions even to his most intimate friends that Paynesvillo meeting and the advice and no publicity was given to it until Col. Fawcett was appointed to conduct he proceeds to give, should Micro be a tity. But sco his last paragraph. Ho leave was obtained to introduco tho bill. tho financial operations in which he was nomination made at tho meeting to be says, "and enter upon our work that This, course was pursued because the assisted by Col.' J. D. Powers. i ; . held at Brandenburg, tho 11th of April. awaits us and go to work. Already the writer felt that (he scheme would bo proHo is, nnd will be, well, a mild opposer harvest is ripe; tho fields are awaiting Wc have- - under consideration nounced wild and impracticable oven by In the mean time subscriptions were of The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices J such a move nny wny. It is his privi- Mioso who will go nnd work improvements that will put us still his best fr'onds, and ho did not care to being solicited, right of way secured, and lege, and ho has the tanc right to opposo Now, Bro. Farmer, if you mean to go to can be found at ask them to indorse a project, which thoy conditional aid In various I do bono that further ahead of all competitors, would deem so visionary. This antici- chiefly through tho labors ways obtained, such stops that wo have to favor them, work in the fit Id of the writer ; but wo want to say to him or anyone some of your neighbors will hi sunpa-theti- c and places us in the front rank of pation proved almost true not voluntary and only being asked as the else, who may bo accusing persons of enough to sco you safe in a half dozen all- - told, believing that it projector of tho enterprise in conformity but if you mean to go to work American mills. ) e carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture deserting Mie Democratic party, and adcould even materialize. Friends saw with his long established views upon the vising them to stick to the same, that as in partisan politics, then you have com- at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness mado nothing to encourage hope of success. subject avoided having any for myself, and I believe tho fnrmeis mitted yourself. from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Opponents bf the'schemo treating it with provisions inserted in tho charter that You nssert in your answer or ndvico to Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, SG.50, 87.50, $9.00 throughout the county nro as good, if not would mithorizo a vote to be taken for ',.. .derisl6n". , .' ho a Wheoler, that tho F. and L. Union and $12.00. a great deal better Democrats than, Bridles, Curb Bits 75c. 90c and S1.00. Sadilloc i. 7fi i . i subscriptions by counties, precincts or ornnyono else intertnlning such viows was organized July 20, 1870. Now, sir, 852.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a lino ' But it proved as will be shown that municipalities. as ho docs. I guess he would say, that my understanding is that tho Farmers' ot Kubuer Uoocis, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at IRVINGTON, KY. the author of tho project, who "solitary you can't bo a Democrat nnd act thus. Alliance was organized nbout that time, very low prices. Wc carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The For several years succeeding hut that tho farmers' organization under Cotswoll Wool Plumes and and alone put the ball in motion," built Let's see whether wo can or cannot. Tail Protectors, and everything pertainwiser than he new. during which tho activity Can n mnn favor the free nnd unlimited the namo of F. nnd L, Union, was organ- ing to the trade. We have a larco line of Collars. Ilnmns nnrl nimiim ,, engendered by a temporary promise of coinage of silver, and be n Democrat; can ized some four or fivo years ngo. Bo Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. The charter was approved April 24th, better times had given placo to despond- another man opposo the same, and bo that as it may, the farmers and laborers Mr. C. P. Babbagc will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds 1880. Tho incorporators named without ency nnd distrust, and it was impossible one ; can a man be in favor of lowering of these United States iiavo been organCONSUMPTION COUGH or COLD consulting them were, P. Meguii.r, L. to promote new enterprises. The effort, the Tariff on a great many of tho neces- izing for tho last fifteen or twenty years of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay you to examine our stock. 0. Ttfiirray, Clinton McClarty, J. W. however, was never relaxed, and was sary articles that wo consume, and boa for their mutual benefit against tho opBRONCHITIS Throat Affection finally renewed with success, as will be Democrat ; can another mnn opposo tho pression of railroad kings, monopolies, Richardson, Frank Ditto, L. T. Roberts, Wasting of Flesh J. A, Crawford, SCROFULA syndicates and every other species of '.James T. Miller and R. shown in our next. same, and bo one. Now if men can Or tmyjilttnit icture tho Xhroat and Zungs K. Pierce. Senator D. R. Murray gaye such views nnd all of them oppression that a corrupt government r Inflamed, Lack of Strength or Xerv n can alllict a his aid and inllucuco in passing tho bill people. A Success. bo Democrats, wo certainly could tolerfouier, fov can bo relieved and Cured ttf Now, Bro. Farmer, I have done. through tho Senate, and in his absence ate tho people's move, and bo a true 0P Royal Germetuor is established as a A WiiEKi.mt. Senators Griffith, SE. Hill and A, B. remarkablo success. Thousands of testi- blue, but we don't ask anybody to call us HARDINSBURG, KY. JJfontgoniery, our present Congressman, monials attest its virtue. Many of these one, no sir not a bit of it. A Child Killed. B0ING TURPIN, - Proprietor, placed the member from Breckenridgo aro given by To eraso prejudice of any kind is ono men nnd women of the This house is now open for busiAnother child killed by tho use of opi-atunder obligitioi s "or various favors. Hop. highest standing in of the great aims of nil of the Labor orthe most honored ness. It has been thoroughly overgiven in tho form of Soothing syrup. Clint. McClarty, of Louisville, II. C. walks of life. ganizations that wo know anything hauled, repaired and refurnished OP Capital Stock $25,000. Rawlings, of Meade, MeAdams, of Han about. That a great many peoplo be- Why mothers givo their children such In the midst nnd throughout and is now in first-clas- s PURE COD LIVER OIL cock, Rudy and MoFnrland, of Daviess, idly increasing of a flourishingprico israp- longing to each of the two political part-iesj- deadly poison is surprising when they business, the recondition. Wc solicit the traveling can relieve tho child of its peculiar trouD. F. DKAKD, President. and Dorsoy, of Henderson, were especial duced from With Hypophosphltes. prehnvo been and nro Sl.50 to SI per bottle. This public to give us a call. WILL MILLER, bles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. Rates friends of the enterpiise. PALATABLE AS MILK. M. II. DEAIID, Cashier. is done in the interest of those whoso judice. To the same no ono will certainreasonable. no opium ormorphine. Sold JUk for Scotl't EmuUton. and let na exly deny. Well, says somo ono, I don't It contains circumstances in life deter them from B. G. TURPIN, Prop'r. by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Q. W. DEAHD planation or ooltellatton indue you to Col. J. C. Fawcett was at Frankfort paying Directors. MOIUtIS KSKHIDUE tho higher prico. Tho rich will know that I have observed anything that accept a otibetUuto. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. J during tho session for tho purpose of pro- buy it nt any price, but tho It. M. JOLLY. managers makes mo think thus, very well, possibly Sold by all Enigglsts. curing a charter in connection with some feel that a medicine you havn't, but I hnvc. Wo will state VICTORIA, which possesses INTEIiSr PAID 0M TIME DEPOSITS. OOTT A BOWHE,Chml8te, H.Y. Boston parties, from tho Virginia lino at such wonderful powers should be placed two incidents only, that have come unMr. Harris, tho teacher, was nt Cloverf 0000.00 yrnr Mil tnctU lijr John It, Cumberland Gap to Louisville. An ex- within tho reach of tho poor. Many der our notice, and that too, with no ill - - -- W C "a, . l 1 CIoodnlu.lruj.N.Vnt oik fur ur, limltr,, tension of a contemplated lino from have said that Germetucr LauisvPle.Hardlnsburg & Western R, R. yoti iiuiy nM iHAkt t moth, but feeling whatever toward either of the port Monday night. ia was tho cheaptench jiiuquttkljr lisvr lomrn fromfftto Richmond, Va., and his attention was est medicine on the market. MU lUrai Die tun, and tnura ayou to Thero was preaching nt tho school No. 5 TIME TABLE. When it is parties connected with them. Over there drawn to tho project of which wo writo. remembered that a bottle of in trie J. you tan eutnuu-nat liotna. Taking Effect at 5.00 o'clock a. m. Sunday Germetuer in Breckenridgo county somo ten or houso Friday night. Inr all or uit.oriLtar momenta en) via September 28, 1800. A thorough railroad man, ho at once saw makes a gallon tit work. AM U new. Great pa &l'KK for of medicine ready for twelve years ago Micro was a Republican J. V. Gregory, of White Mills, Hardin Weit Hound Trains et try worker. W atari you, furoUhtnr Bast Hound Trains that the proposed road had merits, and use, it is certainly cheaper than ordi- negro, a candidate, wo believo for jailor. county, was in town Monday. J'AlfriCLXAHH UtEK. Address at Daily Dally Dallv Dally bUlWJJi 10., ItJILTLASD, SU1AK? after tho adjournment of tho Legislature, nary medicine in n bulk, nnd when the Wo don't know how many white Repubex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS. ex Sun. ex Sun i A pamphlet of Information Several of our citizens have the grippe. No. 2 No. 6 No. 5 No. 1 andab- a correspondence with him resulted in powers of tho medicine aro laws, Mowing uo tOA taken into licans voted for him, but wo do know Thoy would liko to loso their "grip." n OlJOim 1115un l.v Irlni(ton Ar 9 45im uuuuu i'uiuu, lareaia, 'ITaOe, his agreeing to join in promoting tho account, the price Garneld 450 912 that we read with our own eyes that one 1142 715 v maris, vopTrignis. mil Jrte., amounts to almost 11 58 im Ilarned 862 420 Quito a numbor have recently sub737 .aauaat INUNN aV CO. enterprise. white man, said, that ho wanted it pub4 10 nothing. 8 41 12 05 pm Junction 7 45 vam urondwnr, eduscribed for "Homo nnd School," nn 4 00 8 37 1213 Ilurdlnsburfr new lorn.. i Germetuor is tho coining success that lished in tho Bukckeniudcik News that 3 48 8 28 1223 Junction 8iS cational paper. Accordingly on the 22d of June, 1881, a has already come. Ask 12 3(1 323 815 ho had tho ncrvo nnd backbone -- to vote Kirk 852 your druggist 803 300 Jolly Containing 300 acres. 200 acres meeting of incorporators was licit at for it, and if ho cannot supply you writo for a negro. Over In this county since Tho store will bo closed hereafter on 910 12 47 7 44 220 Glendeane 9 47 105 7 29 Ilockvalc 140 l'J) 1015 cleared , 100 in fmo timber, situat- C'loyerport, and books weiv opened for to E. M. Coleman, Genoral Representa- then n Democrat and Republican wero Sundays. 7 20 129 Iluth 129 1029 12 48 Alklns 712 Jas. Kelly, our barber, has bought a 1041 J35 tive, Louisville, Ky. Send for book con- candidates for the samo oflico and at tho ed on tho Hardinsburg and Clover-po- rt subscriptions of stock. 1224 657 Oaks 1101 148 0 45.im 1200m lljJOnjn JiUOnni ArFordivllIcI.v Turnpike, two miles West of By this timo more interest had been taining particulars and history of won- very beginning it promised to bo n strict- new chair. I have four or five thousenJ acres of land ly party race, for on tho first stuipp tho belonging to the Cincinnati Cooperage Co., Mr. Linsay is visiting his father at tho Hardinsburg and eight miles East manifested by tho citizons of Cloverport, derful cures. Democrat got after tho Republican pretty Diamond. THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AIR LINE, and other parties, lying in Breckenridgo and ' Hancock counties. Can sell a farm from 40 ofCloyerport. Forty acres sown who subscribed liberally for stock, thus sharply, nnd accused, him of claiming to 400 acres, at prices from 1200 to $4000. was in town Tuesday. James Kenan (L. E. A ST. L. R. II.) in wheat, forty acres good corn giving an impetus to the ball, and thoy Mint tho Republican party was entitled Must have good payment down. Liberal deWanted More pupils at our school. SHORTEST, QUICKEST duction for all cash, but will give liberal time ground, and twenty acres for oats, stood well by tho project from that time. Mr. Whiteliouso met with a sad acci- to the colored vote, when says ho, ono of AND BEST LINE TO on safe trades. Have several farms for rent. Maj. Miller and Judge J. Allen Murray them is up as a target, you fellows stand ten acres for tobacco, the remaind- at once took an active part in tho matter. dent lastweek. While cutting timber For nn emergency thero is no romedy Address V. 0. BUItTON, a treo fell on Li in nnd almost killed him. off, nnd rofered him to an opportunity more essential than "C. C. C. Certain er in grass. J283m Tho former accompanied the writer to Itock Vale, Ky. AND ALL POINTS that ho had to voto for a negro, and Cough Curo" for Croup, Whooping Improvements, one dwelling and Oweusboro via Pcllvillo and Knottsvillo, Ho is now improving, and it is hoped ho didn't. Tho Republican said that, that South-Wes- t. ha carnrd al oor SKW Una ofwork, will soon recover, Cough, etc. Sold by J. W, Owen. and liunuralilv. bv thnu nl two tenant houses, two barns, and then tho prospective route. At Owcns-bor- o was his first knowledge of such a fact. vlJ.antl In Ihalr Leu Hall, who is attending school at localiUa,MhrrTarlbtjr Ilva. Auv Time-car- d 1888, first man consulted was Col. J. tho in Elect Dec, 16, W.rk. I.MI.U.M Oh, says tho Democrat, you sco gcntle-mo- n well supplied with water tho year Wa fiinmh aaarrlblna;. wi alart you. No ri.k. A ou can davota nnd delicate women should Hardinsburg, was in town Tuesday. Nervous D. Powers, and when our business had Lv. Louisville S;45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. tourpaianionianla,crallTurilnala. lhawork, ILL U an ho is not posted in regard to his own round, two orchards, one boaring, been stated and his antlrarr naw l.adn.l Lrluea oadaihil aueraaa to aaary workar. Tho Frankboys.talk ofijhoVing their party. You let my party put out a negro, not tako Quinine nnd rack their nerves, ArrSt. Lonls 7:4i " ...7:25 " solicitDrrlnnara aro aarnhi( from Sis to f 10 par waak 9:50 p.m. and mora artrr a Hula aaptrleaca. Wa can rurnliha4 upwaMi. Evamvllle 2:25 you laa am. tho other just set out. but "0. C. 0. Certain Chill Cure," tho ed, ho replied you are on tho wrong gallery to Victoria'soon. I Fall and I will know It, is that nil, no, I will ' rmaiitaodlracarrnlllaK. XoapacaloaiiiUlnhara. aalSK. For further Information, call on or address, Ballon riun. TKUEJ; CO., illlUTi, great remedy for Fever, Ague nnd This is a splendid farm and woll route. Change your program so as to Clint Frank has bought tho Morton Yote for him if it takes tho skin off. JOS. S ODIOHNE, Malaria. Sold and wnrranted by J. W. Qen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. suited for raising stock. Will bo have your lino of road follow tho river farm near Rock Lick. , Now does nny intelligent or reasonable Owen. via Hawesyillo and Lowisport, and I am , B. L. BRYANT. sold at a low prico snd on reasonGcorgo Harris has bought U small man bcliovo that ono of thoso men votA JOURNAL FOll ADVERTISERS. with you. Upon agreeing to give that Trav. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. ed and that the other ono would voto for able terms. For further particulars routo proper consideration, Col. Powers farm near town. e n negro of their party because thoy Is Issued weekly, and Is the representative Nelia Palo nnd sovoral others attended address J. T. ItOBARDS, entered heartily into the work, and with him to bo mora honest and better journal the trade Journal of American adverHardinsburg, Ky. entire confidence in tho final result did church Sunday nt Tar Fork. qualified In every way to fulfill tho retisers. It indicates to the inexperienced adver much to bring about tho desired end. A. YEAH t I and.rtaka la britfl quirements of tho oflico than any white User how, when, and where he- should advot any fmlrljr Intf Ron MoTryThLi.k. ' Headquarters for 3.31.1111 tMch liialructlon.wlllMrrtiltorlla.andof tltbrr who, aas.whocan read and man of tho opposite party. You can bctlse how to write an advertisement; how work ludnatrlouahr aflar To curo BillonancBS, Sick Hcadacho, Constl Pl.AM.lfl Maj. Miller novcr lost faith, and conm TkM. Tk..U IhJI.M It will cost you notlnngvnnd.will sure- liovo as you choose too, but I don't dlsplajr one; what newspapers to use; how much Vaaa IrthtlrWri f6rahllaa.M hrrWrr (bar llvt.l will .10 furnlik patlou, Malaria, Liver Complaints, take you ran raralbalainounr. tinued a faithful worker to the end, iha .llu.tloMiiroMplojtnfnMlvhkli money to expend In fact, dlicoarses on every ly do you good, If you havo a Cough, n word of it, this is ono kind of pretho snfo and certain remedy, No inouay for ntauiiUaa auaa.aaralaa aboa, r aalraad qutabt Ira mad. I daalrfbut on. workar from aacb dlatrlu or county. 1 u considerable amount of Cold, or any trouble with Throat, Chest judice that must bo broken up, if wo point that admits of profitable discussion, Adam ploy merit a larra Itava already tauf hi and prcvldpd with number, who art mikiof over 9SOOO a, year earl i IHNKW vertising is an art praoticed by many but unmoney, its well aH much timo to secure or Lungs. Dr.King's Now Discovery for over have a government for tho people, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich ami niiiv. uii itartlculari FH I L'. dJreMst once, derstood by few. The eonductori of Printers' C, AILK JSux 410, Augusta, Mulue, the building of the road. Consumption, Coughs and Colds, is guar- 03 it Is at presont laws nro being enacted ijjan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil Ink understand it, and their advice Is based on anteed to givo relief, or monoy will bo In tho Intorest of a few instead of tho by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e years Judge J. Alltjn Murray was a free' ef- paid back. Sufferers from La Grippe many. in placing advertising contracts for many of TTe tho fWAT.I. Rise (lOllttlo Dean, to the bare the single Comb White Lelgborn fective worker, and the Uiieckenkiikie found it just tho thing and under its use I MttJinun of fire F. A. L. U.iio.v. & botUo). TIIKV AUB TIIK MOST CONYKWSNT. the largest and most successful advertisers. A Chlolcen and can furelth Eggi at $1.00 for Nkws wr.s ever ready to lend Its columns had a speedy and perfect recovery. ;Try t3ta.ltu.l3lo nil Agea. gettlug t the pen, or $1.60 per lotting by ulie, Vrlfo of either lor age, per Mottle Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring al- year's subscription oosls b ittwo dollars : samYou will bo cured without infliction if My oblcheni are pure ituek and the to advance tho project. Others there wero a samplo'bpttlo at'oilr expchso'alad learn ple copies Free. Address : Orders acways kept on hand. Satlifactloa ieit layer in the country. and many of them, well wishers and will- for yourself just iiQW" good a tliinVjt Is. you tako "C. 0. O. Certain Chill Curo," OEO. P. R0WELL Jb CO., guaranteed. AdJpMi 3 1 II U Malla-- far I eU. (tuplrtra r lUmpa) rVl companied by cash prompt ing to aid, but who hesitated to takea vory Trial bottles f rco at G. Short's Drugstore. for Chills and Fever. Pleasant to tako. l.r.SMITHAC0.wii.ciilLi:ni;iNS,-5T.l0d- lt Newspaper Advertising Buroan, MO DAVIS 0.J0HKS0N, ly filled. 10 Sprue St., New York. Guaranteed. Sold by J. W. Owen. Dewleyvllle, Ky. octivo part In n scheme, which as they Largo sire 50c. and $1. AN We want thought gave so little promise of success. GUSTON. A Wheeler's Answer to A Farmer. Good Wheat. We want Witt & Meador C3 ZEC White Corn. We want k3 Jr3 3 I Vice-Preside- nt ? Yellow Corn. We will pay the highest market price m Cash any day you will brine: or ship; them to us. V We want V Your orders for anything in our WITT MEADOS, """" line. Ve want Your patron- age and influence, and we will build up in ft S3 Irvington a Milling Business that the whole surrounding country will be proud f V - m zn L X i .,:... V ." liti-rall- Hop-kinsvill- e; o HAMBMTSiriPL ly V s If You Have -, down-trodde- SQOTTS BANK Hambleton House EMULSION HAHDINSBUEG es to-da- y to-da- y V "J (CI IJHr A IcHwEffi. v Valuable Farm for Sale! 6I L V Land for Sale. Wattingly: St. Louis, Evansville West and MONEYS "" Printers' Ink GREGORY & CO., m V 5 bo-lio- swtxTxrs Reapers and Mowers, Eggs for Sale. V BILE BEANS t I Pine Poplar Shingles mmmtammw mfmmmimpm Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JNO. D. No longer prospective Now for but HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. BRANDENBURG. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorised to announce GUS. W. RICHARDSON, as a candidate for to the Legislature from Meade county, tubject to the action of the Democratic primary, June 1.1, 18111 . We are authoriied to announce T, I UUNDIFF, na a candldnle for the Legislature In Meade county. Subject to the action ol (lie Deinu-emti- o Primary, June 13, 1801. .Air. APRIL 15, 1891. the much needed water works. V. L, H. A. W. TIME TABLE. OOINO Editor WEST. VlltOU. O. BAIWAGH, Editors and Proprietor. The prospects of Cloverport are brighter this spring than ever. JonnE Mercer's doodle bugs are; again being called out of there holes. ThoLoMiburg Lodge Pass Resolutions on the Death of W. G. Claycomb. Died suddenly of heart disease at his home, near Lodlburg, Breckcnridgo county, Ky. W. G. Claycomb, aged years. Ho leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss. Mr. Claycomb had been a member of the Baptist church for 40 years, and was a true and devout christian in every sense of tho word. In his death the community loses one of its best and most honored citizens, and the church ono of its most faithful and Influential members. Ho was a man ever ready to assist those in misfortune and distress. With charitablo hands and kind words ho has often removed the burdens of want and sorrow from the hearts of those around him; with delight he would point the sinful and irreligious to the roiyl that leads to the Heaven of eternal rest, and show them that there is a Being beneath whose wings the universo hovers, and whoto every thought is a glittering star. Ton-gu- o cannot tell, pen cannot partray the good qualities of Mr. Claycomb. Ho was a man that made a neighborhood better for his having lived in it. He had not an enemy in the world, for none know him but to love and respect him. Headways had a pleasant smilo and n kind word for all. Six months before his death ho became a member of Lodiburg Lodge of the F. M. B. A. He labored hard and faithfully for the success of tho order, and was nn earnest Reliever' in the poli-'creforms aSvocated by that organization. At a meeting the members of lxdiburg Lodge, on April 7th, 1891, the following resolutions of respect were adopted : AVhkiuiah, It has plciibcd the divine Being to remove from our midst our dear friend aud brother, AV. G. Claycomb, therefore bo it , Resolved, By Lodiburg Lodge, That while we bow in humble submission to tho will of the Most High, we do not mourn tho less for our brother who has been taken from us. Resolved, That in the death of our brother this lodge laments the loss of an active member of this organization, whose utmost endeavors were exerted for its welfare and prosperity, and friend and brother who was dear to us all. Resolved, That tho heartfelt sympathy of this lodge be extended to the family of our deceased brother in their deep affliction. Resolved, That these resolution bo spread upon the records of tho lodge, a copy bo transmitted to the family of tho deceased brother, and to the Brkckhx-miMi- n News for publication. (JO al THE OLD ItELIADLH A. A. down for Cash. Passenger Dally arr. Hardlntburg..l2:05 p.m. " Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. ..7:48 a.m. OOINO EA8T. I.., St. Ij. &T. Local Time Cura. Mall and Express going Rait " Weit Express " East West Local Freight " East ' Weit ....10.05 a.m. ..11.07 a.m. 1.53 p.m. 9 27 p.m. 11.19 a.m. ..10.05 a.m. V Passenger Dally arr. Ilardinsburg.. 8:55 a.m. " Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. .. 3:51 p.m. Mr. J. C. Loomis says, tho fire clays arc in unlimited quantities around the city. The members of tho Swartz & Co., bank have all been arrested and held to bond in the sum of $.'10,000 each. A GENERAL MERCHANT Denier in Dry Goods, Groceries, Roots and Shoes, Huts und Caps, Notions, Hardware and Quccnswarc. Dig stock just received for the Spring trade. I handle the Michigan Fertilizers, Homestead Tobacco Grower, Corn and Wheat Grower, Jarvis Tobacco Fortilucr, Drill Phosphates. These goods are equal to any in tho market and sold low Givp me a call. RICHARDSON .A. A. Have you rend the new Constitution P. T. dead. B.vns'UM, the great showman, is lakoe and superb deposit of vitrifiThe presence of tho State Militia has ed brick shale has been discovered unhad a quieting effect upon the recent derlaying the Mineral Center Gas Company's land at the edge of town on the lalior strikes in Pennsylvania. Hanlinshurg pike. Samuel J. Tildkn has been dead nearly five years, and the contest over his will is still going on in the New York courts. Ch.yki.es E. Kincaid on trial at Washington for the killing of Taulhee, of Kentucky, tins been acquitted. No good Democrat will care to forsake the purity of Democracy to vote for n candidate, who has no party, no platform, and no declaration of intention, except tiiat of getting an office. M Chicago was visited with a $1,000,000 fire last Sunday, tho most destructive conflagration that has occurred there since the big fire of 1871. It was nothing short of cruelty for a crowd of men to force "Brother Ben" to take ? nomination when lie had "not thought of itTihdidn't want it." It is a matter of the Democratic men, who were low themselves meeting which regret to know that party had in it some so thoughtless, as to alto be yanked into that nominated Ilarned. CiiicuiT Court convenes nt Ilardins-bur- g Monday. Tho only case on the criminal docket attracting attention is the one against Sam. Harrison for the murder of Marshal Thompson at last fall. Ilar-dinshu- Tin: Constitutional Convention was in session 214 days. Tho instrument they have framed for the people has coHt the State about $200,000 all told. This is a good round sum for a Constitution that tho people will not likely accept when tliev are called to vote on it. candidate for tho Legislature, Milton Coke, it is said got a little hilarious in the Alliance Convention, when that body refused to put out a straight Alliance candidate for the LegisIt Is somewhat surlature last week. Milton mised that the irrepressible wished to "et there himself. The location of the railroad machine shops here, has brought among us as a citizens, Mr. F. J. Ferry, the Superintendent of the works and tho Master Mechanic of the road. He is indentified with our people and their interests, and is a man of superior and undoubted ability. He is ever ready to aid in our enterprises with his brain and money, Our and is a most valuable acquisition. people appreciate him, and feel themselves fortunate in having within their Mr. Terry thinks reach his abilities. that as our city has fairly started on its march of progress, that we ought this summer to construct water works. The machine shops alone will require $000. worth of water annully. Their necessity needs no argument. With his ripo exwith us in perience, ho'wili setting on foot this needed enterprise. Fortunate in having the required elevation in the city itself for tho reservoir, and tho Ohio as a water supply, the work can bo done with great economy. It behooves tho council and the people to give early attention to this important matter. There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. J'or a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &. Co., Toledo, O., is tho only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J. Che.vev & Co., Toledo, 0. 8SoIri by druggists, 75c. The peach crop has pulled through. The grand jury will come in next week. Rev. II. C. Truman was in the city last Friday. Miss Ellen Foote went to New Albany, Ind., last Friday. Mr. Walter Piggott and wife were in the city last Sunday. Beard & Bceler arc selling fertilizers from $25.00 per ton up. Mr. Will Hardin's little girl has been very ill for the last week. Mr. Win. Wright has been sick tho last week with the grippe. Well, now, please keep out of the way of tho Alliance procession. Fertilizers, fertilizers, Beard & Heeler not only talk them but sell them. Wo forgot to mention that Mr. Jolly Mcador is the father of a fine girl baby. Children's suits $1.00, $1.60, $2.50. Men's $3,00 and up at Beard & Becler's. The Ilardinsburg dealers will have the CloverjKrt cigars for side during Circuit Court. The measles got into the school here last week and scattered the kids pretty lively. .Mrs. V. Daniel, who has been in St. Louis all winter, returned home last week. All the latest styles in hats, bonnets, etc., can be found at Mrs J. C. Sutton's millinery. Mrs. J. C. Sutton has just returned from Louisville with a new lot of millin- J. L. Malin went to Louisville RICHARDSON, ery goods. The new choir at M. E. Church South is getting along nicely under the leadership of Miss Josie Wright. Remember tho primary nextSaturday. Everybody should turn out and run up a big vote. Now is the timo to hustle. Come in witli your butter, eggs, chickens and trade generally, Beard & Bceler will give you a fair deal in exchange. Sirs. J. C. Sutton respectfully solicits tho ladys' of the town and vicinity to call and see her now stock of millinery. Dr. A. M. Kincheloe bought five acres of ground lying just hack of his homo place, from Mrs. Fannie Hoard last week for $250. Mr. Charles L. Cornwall and Miss Maggie Dean will be married at thebrido's residence, W. J. Dean's Iong Lick, today. It is time the bad people of this town were being shaken up a little. May' bo tho big revival that's just commenced will help us all. Mr. John P. HuswoU, agent for the American Bible society has on hand a large stock of bibles and testaments which he is selling very cheap. Burl. Beard will have to fit up some rooms in the garret next week to accommodate the crowd that is going in on him. He's doing a lively business. Col. Wat. Hardin and John S. Bhca will be hero next Monday, and probably Jack. Hendrick. There will bo a rattling of the old Democratic bones when these fellows get on the rostrum. Come out and we'll all raise sand. Mr. Grant Gregory, representing tho Cloverport cigar manufactory was it town last Monday. The firm is turning out some very line cigars and they should have a nico trade from this town, which they will certainly get. The County Clerk is feeling better than usuil. Shu: j ho issusd that marriage license the other day to an old batehelor of 80, he thinks there is still u chance for him. Tho County Clerk is not proud, but he's happy just tho same. Mr. James T. Bobards sold 160 acres of his farm including his residence, barns, etc., at Cloverport, last week. Mr. Kobards will build a new residence just across the road from where the present one is, as soon as it can be put under contract. Frank McKinney, a young lad about twelve years old was arraigned before Judge Adkisson lust week on tho charge of grand larceny. Ho had stolen $80.00 from Mr. Jesse Tucker with whom lie had been working. McKinney said he was from Evansvillo Ind., lie is now in of the city council being indicted over the condition of tho street leading out to the depot. But wo sup-)os- o the sheriff lias performed his duty in summoning tho grandjury mid selected such men as the law directs, sober, discreet, and sensible. If ho has dono this tho city council will not be indicted. How could the members of the council prevent tho rain aud mud, wo have had all winter. The amount of travel thcro has been over this street this winter would knock the bottom out of tho "best dirt road in tho county. What's the use to talk about an indict- The women vote out in Kansas. At a recent municipal election there the wives of a number of Republicans are said to have banded together and voted the Democratic ticket. Of course their husbands raibed sand about it, but when the women band together it's time for the men to be hustling out. The State Board of Equalization has Monday. Hon. Gus. Richardson was in town Sat unlay. Dr. W. E. Crutcher. of Garrett, visited our town Friday. Mrs. It. II. Nevittsp.Mit a few days in the city last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Jough went to Louisville Tuesday. Miss Lena Drury, of Bowleyville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Frakcs, J. S. Moremen is here for a few days to recuperate from the effects of la grippe. Mr. Barry South announced himself Saturday, as a candidate for State Treasurer. Judge Woolfolk returned from Frankfort last week, and rejoices that he is at homo to stay. Miss Katie Burkhart returned to Ekron Friday, after a pleasant visit with Mr. , Jas. Bland's family. Owing to the severe illness of Rev. Ha'rvcyson, ho was unablo to ffll his appointment at this place Sunday. Miss Annio Puscy, of Ixniisvillc, who has been visiting her undo and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. Pusey, returned homo Monday. The Alliance men held a meeting here Saturday, and nominated Hon. Win. Allen, of Ithodelia, as an independent candidato for the Legislature. Mrs. Chan. Drury and children, re. turned homo Saturday after a visit of several weeks to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Moreman, Glen Fount Farm. Mrs. J. Casperke left for Louisville Saturday morning to purchase another supply of spring millinery, so we may expect soon to see the ladies of our burg decked out in nil the latest styles. Mr. P. K. Malin left Wednesday night for Ashland, Ky., where ho expects to locato and practico his profession. Mr. Malin is one of our brightest young attorneys, and we are sorry to lose hiin, but wish him success in his new field of labor. Our streets were full of people Saturday, and tho court-roowas crowded to listen to tho speeches by Hon. John S. Rhea, Ixgan county's, candidate for Attorney General, and Prof. Shwltz exponent of Alliance principles. I did not bear Prof. Shwltz's speech, but heard it favorably commented upon. Mr. Rhea's speech was a continious flowofcloquenc. He is a true Democrat, and it is a treat indeed to hear tho party's rights and principles brought forward in such an able manner. His lady hearers with one uccorri, wish success to Mr. Rhea, lie certainly mado a favorable impression on the people of our burg. Constipation, blood-poisofever! Doctors' bills and funeral expenses cost about two hundred dollars; Do Witt's Little Early Risers cost a quarter. Take your choice. Sold by G. W. Short. I.ATB ALEXANDER'S WULILAK( HOTIJL, Court-House, THOROUGHLY Cor. RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Bates $2.50 Per Day. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. A. W.Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Mai shall, Clerks. W. R. LOGAN, Manager. NOTICE! No. i No. 3 No. . $4.00.) .$ S.oo.V NOTICE! NOTICE! S. B. Chilled 18.50.) Plows IN THE LEAD! ; Our Stock of Avery and Ura Clippci Plows is vcrv large and a 200 REDUCTION from the list. Another Cyclone in Oliver Kepairs. No. A No. No. 19 19 and 20 Mould Boards, 2.10. Point, 20 and 20 Points, 30. 1 . ' Cleveland Dryer Company Pure Kaw Bone FERTILIZERS, Drives the Farm Thrives the crop, Fills the Barn with big crops. Our stock of choice Field Seeds is very rapidly going at bottom prices. HENSLEY & JOLLY, Farmers' Supply House, Hardixsbuug, Ky. Cloverport Planing Mill MANUFACTURERS AND DEAI.KRS IX 'Thy wife's hc.irt is sorrowing still, She still bewails her loss, Though thou hast rc.ichcd fair Zlon's Mil, It completed its labors at Frankfort. makes a total increased valuation for the Items are very scarce. State upon land, town lots, and personMr. A. M. Hardin went to Louisville ality, subject to equlization for the curweek. of about $20,300,-00- 0 lat rent year over 18S9-9The farmers are very busy preparing taxable valuation ; making the total corn ground. Ibis year nearly It seems as if the la grippe will never By a vote of 54 yeas to 34 nays, the let go of this vicinity. We wish Terrel would come a little Constitutional Convention decided that "The seat of government shall continue more oftener. in the city of Frankfort, unless removed Miss Lillie Avitt returned from Irving-to- n of each houso of by a vote of last Sunday, where she has been the first General Assembly, which con- visiting relatives for tho pas.t week. venes after tho adoption of this ConstiTho Farmers' Alliance of this section tution. "Which leaves Louisville and seems to be strongly in favor of a third Lexington out in the cold so far as the man. capital is concerned." Mr. Mack Avitt, who has been attending Prof. Cunningham's school for some Theiu: is an element and an important one, with whom the Wheeler racket will time has returned home. The County Assembly of tho F. M. B. not work. The colored citizen is plainly prohibited from uniting with the order. A., will meet at Walnut Grove church They receive him under no circum- near this placo Tuesday. stances, their constitution being very We regret the death Mr. Grayson W. plain upon that point. He will certainClaycomb, who died of heart failure the ly consider it an exhibition of much 2d of April. His remains were interred cheek to say the least of it, if a man nt Walnut Grove, on the 4th. The peoas a wheel candidate and asks ple consider they have lost an able citihis support. zen. His bereaved wife has the sympathy of many friends. Tin: action taken by some of tho memBucklen's Arnica Salve. bers of the county Farmers' and laborers' Union last Friday was a surpriso to The best salvo in tho world for cuts, most people not members of tho order, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever from the fact that the whole proceeding sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, was in a different direction from that corns, and skin eruptions, and positively It was generally cures Piles, or no pay required. It is which was expected. believed that tho order would nominate guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or a candidate for Representative at the money refunded. Price 25 cents per meeting, and of course the uninitiated box For sale by G, W. Short, Clover-por- t, never knew hut that this could be done Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hanlinshurg, without violating any of tho rules of tho Ky. order. But it seems that tho order was Don't forget that Babbage has a full and the law intended to bo demakers so arranged it that no political stock of wall paper of the very latest signs, and at prices to suit all. nominations should bo mado by it. After a thorough trial it was found that tho STEPHENSPORT. constitution would not bear straining on and a citizens' meeting was that point, Miss Lula Hall, of New Albany, is called to inako the nomination. Accorda meeting ostensibly for visiting Mrs. Add Bennett. ingly thcro was Mrs. R. A. Brashcar and Miss B. Madithe purpose of nominating a candidate to represent Alliance principles, but really son are visiting in Louisville. for tho purpose of dovising and starting Mrs. Mike Blain has just returned from Louisville and Cincinnati. on foot tho safest anil surest For several years measures. MIbs Georgio Hawkins left for Democratic majorities in Breckenridge the city, where sho will purchase her have been largo and discouraging to Spring stock of millinery. It is no easy matter to find a Mr. Eli Smith has removed his family man willing to submit his nainoforofnce to this place. The possibility of an on that ticket. Mr. Henry Morton, of Addison, has election would bo very uncertain and outlay of opened out a grocery store in tho houso then tho loss of timo and the formerly occupied by E. P. Moseley. considerable money nccessarilly follows. Mr. Allio Payne, aged twenty years, To bo still and see the Democrat hold not set well with tho sou of Mr. James Payno, died of conall tho offices does Republicans of course, and if they devise sumption, Saturday night last. Ho wjw means to jiistifiythcmit will be dono even a good christian boy, and had been u to affillialing with tho Alliance. But as member of tho Baptist church for about we said last week, that if tho prominent six or seven years. He left no mother Bepublicans are upholding Dr. Humeri, to weep o'er his bier, but Imfl gone to meet, and rejoice witli her there. we are not apprised of jt. 0 two-thirnon-politicto-da- y LODIBURG. And death's dark billows crossed. Thy form Is bidden from the tight Of those who lotcd thee dear ; Thy spirit roams in fields of light, In a fairer, higher sphere. Hast thou not met In fond embrace Those who were dear on earth, Who knew th'o in thy younger dajs, And loved thee for thy work ? And other meetings thou ma) it know When these that here doth wait; Are one by one thus called to go, And meet at Heaven's gate. Thy wife und thy children nil. May meet tlicc face to face ; Thou did'st answer to the rail. And yield to death's embrace." , Rough and Biased dumber We respectfully ask a share of the patronage of tho public, by doing good work and at prices as low as any. Call and get our figures on any work or material in our line. W. E. MARTIN, Manager. F. N. D'HUY, Sec. & Treas. Flooring, Weatherboarding, Doors, Sash, Shingles, Laths, Etc. Rough Lumber Wanted. Ben. F. A. M. Hardin Hnrdinlp AVc PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. Fraize went to Louisville Sunday. Miss Nannie Witt went to Cannelton Ind., Friday. Mrs. J. C. Babbage went to Hardins-burMonday. C. W. Wilhoyte, of Owensboro, was in tho city yesterday. II. C. Boyd and wife, of Hawsvillc, are in tho city tho guests of relatives. Mr. J. E. Monarch our popular County Court Clerk wus in town yestorday. Miss Forrio Hardin, of Holt's Bottom, is the guest of Mias Jennio Wurfield. Mrs. It. II. Moremen after an extendid visit to relations in the country returned homo last week. Mr. Allen Guthrie, of Ilardinsburg, husaccepteda position with F. N. DoIIuy, just vacated by Jesse II. Miller. Mr. 0. T. Skilhnan attended 'the Hop given at the Planter's House by the young men of Owensboro last Wednesday. Miss Eva Young, who is visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. B. Skillman, spent several days in Owensboro last week. Roland Smith, of Ilardinsburg. was in tho citv Monday. Itlooked quite natural to see Roland's familliar face in our town once more. Mrs. Dr. S. S. Watkins and children, of Owensboro, who have been hero for several days with her husband, returned home Monday evening. Messrs. R. A. und J. M. Shcllman, of Stephcnsport, were in tho city Saturday. Richard called and renwed his subscription to tho News. Mrs A. It. Fisher went to Rockport, Ind., yestorday to see her cousin Dr. Richard W, Murray, who is very sick and his death expected at any timo. Dr. Murray was u former citizen of this place and tho news of his, illness will bo received with regret by Ids many friends. g, of Hon. Tice Jolly Withdraws. are authorized to return the thanks Hon. Tico Jolly, to the Democrats of AVo Dry Goods! Geo.Yeakel&Co. This column for Jl Breckcnridgo county, one and all, for their hearty support and influence. are also authorized to announce his withdrawal from the race for tho Legislature BRANDENBURG, KY. before the primary next Saturday. Mr. D. II. Severs, ono of tlw best, Are Just receiving a great many of the very cleverest and most popular men in tho Dress Quods, Notions, Ac county, aud a truo blue Democrat, has best Id Dry Goods,handsome selections, More new stylos, choice consented to make tho race in tho placo novelties than ever before. AVo will gratify of Mr. Jolly. The friends of Mr. Jolly your ambition to buy cheap, and give extra good qualities in the bargain. as well as himself, pledging their supDRESS GOODS. port and influence to Mr. Severs, which 24 0 will give tho Democrats of Breckcnridgo 36 in. all Wool Dress floods, worth 40o 40 " Tennis 8S0 worth 84o another walk over in August. Hurrah 5 pes new all Cloth, lllk. Henrietta, worth 05o Wool lOo for Severs. i pes new all Wool Iilk. lienrletts, worth 75c Notice ! fi Bargain Hawkes' Wonderful Glasses. jail. There is soma talk testimonials from Governors Senators, Legislators, men of science and distinguished citizens throughout tho United States, who testified to having had their eyes improved, Styles the latest and prices the lowest. and sometimes restored by the uso of his celebrated glasses, wo realizo that-- glass HOSIERY, NOTIONS, &C. that will reflect such brilliancy of light as to enable the wearer to see as in youth Extra quality Lad. Ilose, regular made worth 25o 12'Ac and to read by candle or other artificial Extra quality Lad. Dlk. Ilose, light, surely is to bo desired by all spect- Extra quality Lad. Hose, fast worth 40c 25c Hack 80 pr pair acle wearers. Misses Lisle Hose, black, worth 35o' 20, 25c All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by Ladies'-LUlHose, black, at 4Su per pair. G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. II. D. Corset, all sites, at 25c. Q. 0. Corset, all sizes, at 48c. Tho Southern Star is a good smoker. a As wo read Mr. Hawkes' Building Hardware, Nail, both Steel and Wire. Nice Double width Ulk. Dress Goods at 15, IS, 20 and 2.'e, worth twice the money. In fact we are Headquarters on all kinds of Stoves, $7.00 for a' No. 7 ' Double Dress Goods and Trimmings. Oven Stove. Just think of it! WASH GOODS. Ginghams of all kinds Imported and Domestio Rope Pumps, for deep and shallow BOo. wells. Plows, Rakes, Hoes and Shovels. Cross-cu- t Saws, Axes, Carpenter's Tools. X HANDKERCHIEFS. Be Sure If you havo mado up your mind to buy ' 4o for choice Hemstitched Handerchfefs. 6c for Ladles' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs. 8a for Gent's Uemstltohed Handkerchiefs, Ilood's Sarsaparilla do not bo Induced to tako any other. Ilood's Sarsaparilla Is a peculiar medlclno, possessing, by virtue ot Its peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation, curative power superior to any other article. A. Boston lady who knew what she wanted, and whose example Is worthy Imitation, tells her experience below: To Get " In ono store whero I went to buy Ilood's Sarsaparilla tho clerk tried to lnduco mo buy their own Instead ol Ilood's; he told mo thelr'a would last longer; that I might tako It on ten days' trial; that K I did not liko It I need not pay anything, etc. But ho could not prevail on me to change. I told him I knew what Ilood's Sarsaparilla was. I had taken It, was satisfied with It, and did not want any other. ment. t Purifies tho blood, increases tho circu-latici- i, expels poisonous humors and builds up the system. What more do you want a medicine to perform? Do Witt's Catarrh, neuralgia, rheumatism and Sarsaparilla is reliable. Sold by G. W. most diseases originate from impure Short. blood. Cleanse it, purify it with Do NOTICE. Witt's Sarsaparilla and health is restored, The Ilardinsburg Normal Institute will strength regained. Sold by G. AV. Short. open a term Monday, Juno 8, 1801, to prepare Teachers for the examination. Muj. Miller is putting the old CloverIt. P. SlIACKLBTT, Prill. shape, and it will Ilardinsburg, Ky. port Hotel in first-clas- s bo a fino opening for somo good hotel Can't So Without man. Mr. Geo. Gregory is doing tho LKorA, Noktii Dakota, April 5th, '01. carienters work and Mr. AV. 1). Sander-fa- r Mtt, IUiiiucie, tho painting and papering. Dear Sir: Enclosed jucaso flnd $1 to 4 A'ery popular, very small, very good renew my subscription to your excellent Do AVitt's Little Early Risers, tho pill for paper, I cannot do without it, constipation, biliousness, sipk leariap)p, Respectfully, A, J. Ai.KW.vnKK, Sold ty G, W, Short, .. bordered. Fine Embroidered Handkerchief, Loe and Silk linndkerchlefs a large assortment. All Linen Table Cloths, full length at 79o. lOo for all Linen Largo Towels. Extra Quality Twilled Crash at 1xAi. LADIES' AND MISSES' FINE SHOES. 98c for our Nellie Dly, Sewed Shoes, in Ilutton and Front luce, all sites. We have a large and well assorted stock of Low Shoes in Oxford Ties, Slippers, Ao. DOMESTICS. $1.00 for 20 yds. Best Cannelton Drown Cotton. $1.00 for 2(1 yds. Good Check Cotton. St.00 for 20 yds. Good Uleuch Cotton. $1.00 fur 1 J yds. llest Itleached Cotton. $1.00 for 20 yds. Hest Wool finish Dark Calicos CLOTHING. Hinges for Farm Gate's, and all sizes of Bolts. Tin and Iron Roofing, also anything made from Tin or Iron. Tin Glittering and Spouting. Double Shovel Plows, Chilled Plows and Avery Plows. Fencing Wire all kinds. Fishing Tackle When it comes to this line, I keep the largest and most complete line in the country r such as Poles, Lines, Hooks, Corks, Reels, Trot Lines, in fac anything in this line. All the above to be found at Hood's When I began taking Ilood's Sarsaparilla I was feeling real miserable, suffering a great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak that at times I could hardly stand. I looked, and had for some time, like a person In consumption. Ilood's Sarsaparilla did me so much good that I wonder at myself sometimes, and my friends frequently speak of It." Has. Elul A. Goff, Ct Terrace Street, Boston. Our Stock of Clothing comprises the very best goods, latest styles and lowest prices. For Men, Sack, Straight Frock, Four Button Cutaway, Prince Albert, in all the latest Fabriis, For Boys', Youths and Children, we have anything you want, from the lowest id best high grade goods. ft Geo.Yeakel&Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. J: L. MILLER'S ?' A It McEiree's Wine of Cardu! and THEDFORD'S BLACK DRAUGHTare for salo by tho following merchants in -- And for less money than any housa in town. Call and see him. Sarsaparilla Soldbr all druggists. SJljslxforW, Prepared only by O. I. HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mm. fOO Doses One Dollar , Breckenridge County : Jesi W, Owen, Cloveroort, G. W. Short, Cloverport. jirasnear x bay, utepnensport. Witt U Meador, Ilardinsburg, J. J, Severs, Union Star, m CLOVERPORT.KY l S 4MGBallfllbaA. l9HEaW. M ' MJSMig; ylfl'JMlMBMI!IW 'ilaaiafciiaissfg&aw. Jl&t "SRnMilSJSMSJMeWBMBHRSSJr -, iJS &. ' r - . ? .2. ,..lll'JV fcv 'JAjlA . . sAwttw Ti-- 1 i Ml ItiilllMITBaiMi IITm smililii I fsfitfiirMalssWsiWsMWllssssssssssssssM "itjrn r4vih.- - h.Wm. - ifts John MriRfcA 'I'filiMiMiBwSBMi i- -.. -- j. jffmii!,! ' Mr. William Hall is building nu addition to Ids house. Mr. Phillip Ditzenbach and wife, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. C. Ditzcn-bacl- i, who celebrated her sixty-firs- t birthday. It was a family reunion and much enjoyed by all present. Mrs. Bubenzer, a former resident of this city, died at Hockport, Ind., last Wednesday. Her remains were taken to Itev. W...C. Borne, Ind., for interment. Brandon was called there to officiate at the funeral, Thursday. It is quite the fashion now to tako Dc Witt's Littlo Early Risers for liver, stomach nnd bowel disorders. They aro small pills, but mighty good ones. G. W. Short Both tho method and results when sells them. Syrup of Figa is taken; itispleasant All tho mail from Hardinsburg to this and refreshing to tho taste, and acta plnco was carried by Monday, and did gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, not reach its destination until yesterday Liver and Bowels, cleanses tlio sysat 10 o'clock. This thing happens often, tem effectually, dispels colds, nnd is a great source of annoyance to fovers nnd cumg habitual people who need their mail nnd should constipation. Syrup r 'gs is tho only remedy of its Iciuu ever pro- - get it promptly from the seat of governduced, pleasing to tho .tnsto and acment. Tho fact of tho business is, wo ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in need a dally star route over the. pike to its action and truly beneficial in its Hardinsburg, and nothing short of this effects, prepared only from the most route will ever be satisfactory to both healthy and ngrceaulo substances, places. its many excellent qualities comMessrs. Williams & Cone, Irvington, mend it to all nnd htiva mado it have just bought of II. C. Lowell & Son, tho most popular remedy known. . Lexington, a fine bay colt, Burmah 1401, Syrup of Figa is for sale in 50c foaled 1888, by King Rene. First dam, and 81 bottles by all leading drugTbombelle by Thorndalo ; Second dam gists Any reliable drugpistwho Burmah is a by Ilambletonian 10. may not have it on hand will prohandsome and a beautifully gaited colt. cure it promptly for any ono who Ho was one of the King Reno herd, wishes to try it Do not accept which captured tho .'1.500 premium at any substitute Chicago, and ho nlso took tho premium CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. in his own class, at the samp horse show. SAN FHANOISC ), CAL. He is intended for the stud, both at IrvLOUISVILLE, Kr. HEW YORK, N.r. Mr. AVilliams ington and Henderson. never lets an oppotunity pass to secure anything good thero is in horseflesh and A. S. KNOLISII, Prop'r. is doing much to add to tho valuo of KY. CLOVERPORT, His lino horse stock in this section. $i. 50 per day, Including Sample Itoom. Ccn. t r.tlly located. Hoarding liv the week, including Splendor, will stand tho present season room and bed, ?.oo. Single Mc;il 40cents. at Mr. Cone's farm near Irvington. Splendor is of tho same family ns BurM. mah. J. II. Blythe & Bro., have bought 100 Office over D. llambltton's Saddlery and acres of tho Jas. T. Robard's farm near Harnm Store. Hardinsburg, including the improveCLOVERPORT. KY. ments. Price paid $2,500. Thoy will j. ir. taylob, J. c. nuau, w. s. taymmi. take possession at once. Messrs. Blythe Bros., sold a good faun near this city for & Co., tho reason that the roads running to the place were impassable for more than half Over Zulaufs Jewelry Stnre 0WENSB0R0, KY. tho year, cutting them entirely off from Fredcrica Street. the market for their produce. Running by tho farm they Jiavo jubt purchased, is S. S. a good pike open all tho year to two & markets, Hardinsburg and Cloverport. Next door to Brcekenridge From their old place it required four Ofi'icr J Bank. Cloverport, Ky. horses to pull an ordinary load to town and ono day to make tho trip. Fiom Announcement. their now farm thoy can haul twico as FOR THE LEGISLATURE. much with half the team nnd in less We arc authorised to announce tlie Hon. TICE than half the time. If this isn't a pracJOLLY, n a cuidldats for the Lcclslatnrc. to the action of the Democratic pirty. tical illustration in favor of good roads, and why every farmer should bo in favor of them, wo fail to seo it. Good country roads running all over the county is what we need and must have. It doesn't WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1891. matter if they do come high, they will be cheap in tho end to everybody. LOCAL BREVITIES. - - - ppCqs - DB, HARNED'S CANDIDACY AND THE THIRD PARTY. IM Henry Winter. J Winter. M. Borntraeger. Better Stick to the Old Ship. Mit. OTTIR, i v?l Editoii At tho county meeting of tho AVheelers nt Hardinsburg on Sat- ' head-achesa- f fcr 0 r k PIBBOB HOUSE V Clayton, Dr. J. Physician and Surgeon, DENTISTS Dr. J. H. Taylor Watkins, Physician Surgeon, Sub-je- ct Breckenridge News. v V i' r M Miss Ellen Foote, who has hcen at homo for some time, returned to Hardinsburg Monday, Mr. W. N. Drury will spend this week in the city, purchasing a full line of Spring Goods, for tho Cash Store. Mr. Wheeler, I understand that you road on Friday last soven miles over to Hampton, to get ono dollars worth of sugar, that you know as well as tho merIf food sours on the stomach, digestion chant, that ho was selling it to you at Do Witt's Littlo Early is defective. cost. "While you was thero and seeing Risers will remedy this, Tho famous litthat ho sold you sugar so low, thought ho tle pills that nevor gripo and noverdisap-point- . would sell you other things tho samo way Sold by G. W. Short. and as you needed a few other things, concluded to buy them. You bought BEWLEYVILLE. ono pair suspenders for Teago at 20 cts., tho same the Cash sells nt 13 cts., also Town is on a boom. ono pair for Hugh at 23 cts., tho samo Dr. J. M. Walker is having a well dug. that tho Cash sells at 10 cents, ono pair Miss Mary at $1.85, tho Highest markot prices paid for produco fine shoes for samo shoo (SutcliiT & Owen's at tho Cash Store. Beauty) that tho Cash sells at $1.50; ono Mr. J. L. Stitli is at homo from Falls of hat for Hugh at $2.25, the samo the Cash Rough. sells at $1.75. In doing this you road Miss Lou. Galloway opened a writing seven miles over tho muddiest road in school hero Monday night. tho country, lost a day and about 01 cts. Row J. Willott filled his appointment in cash. In it, also, so far as your ex-- t nt tho Baptist church Saturday and Sun- amplo goes you aro helping to encourago market. tho bato nnd bito plan of selling goods day. If you decide, from what you bavo heard All children in the neighborhood aro and helping to breakdown tho uniform, you will tako Hood's Sarsa-parillor read, that cordially invited to attend Sunday school low cash price plan, that you talk so louddo not bo induced to buy any subnoxtSunday, and every Sunday. Prepara- ly infavor of. Mr. I, thatsuit of clothingo stitute instead. tions for Children's Day sorvice, will you bought up thero is of the samo Tho nowest, latest and most stylish and samo goods exnetly, ns somo at begin in a short time. things in Spring and Summer styles tho. Cash, only differing in color, that the Mrs. Chas. II. Drury and children, reand bats, can bo found at Mrs. offering at cost. You would havo turned Saturday from Brandenburg, Casli is Eugeno Ilaynes. saved $4.00 bylmying of tho Cash Store, where thoy have been visiting for several An entire now stock, fresh, clean but you bought it on a credit nnd it was weeks. lowest casli prices, prompt atto make you pay for it, tention to ordors is what you can expect Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Piggott aud son, all right for him as no merchant enn afford to soil on timo buy your millinery from Mre. when you Hubert, spent several days last week in unless ho soils them ut large profits. Eugeno Ilaynes. Hardinsburg. Tho Cnsh is closing out its nice stock of Miss Lena Drury left Sunday for Itov. Alfred Morgan will preach in tho clothing at cost, with tho intention of Brandenburg, where she will bo tho Elm street Methodist church, next Sunfuture on a different guest of her Bister Mrs. Jno. Frakes, for handling It in tho day, in tho absenco of Itov. W. 0. Branplan. several weeks. don, who is assisting in a meeting at Cash Stoke. Hardinsburg. Mr. Chas. Stith who has been quite ill for several days is convalescent. I want to close out all of my Stoves to ASTRAY NOTICE. Mrs. Wlla. Harrison loft Sunday for ' niako room for a now line, and to do this Stato of Kentucky, 0 untj of Dreokenrldga. Irvington where eho will engago in mil Taken up ai astray by Jamea Ileavln, living I am giving forty pieces of ware with near St. Marys Church, Ilreckenrtdge county, lincry with Newman Bros. J. L. Miller. every Stove. on or about the 20th Init, one red tteer, age Mrs. T. J. Jolly is quito ill with la about two yean, with a little white on the end S. English has vacated tho Mr. ,11. grippe. of bit tall. Marked with a crop tilt and unPierce House, on account of not having der bit In right ear. having no brandi or other room to accommodato bis trade. Ho Mr. Frank Snyder, of Kkron, was at marki, and which waa appralied by Simon Deavlnand Leo Illnton of the value of Ten has rented tho "Warfleld houso which is homo last week. Dollar! ($10.) being repaired nnd papered f&r him. The ladiw Delighted. Wltncn my hand tbl 28th day of March, Miss Honrio Cain spent several days Wu. Am. J. P. B. 0. Mr. Daniel Schank and Miss Helen Tho pleasant effect and perfect safety last week in Louisville, visiting her sis- 18ai. Connor, daughter of Mr. J. T. Connor, of with which ladies may uso tho liquid . of Figs, under all ter Mrs. Loytl. v this city, were married at the residenco fruit laxative, Syrup their favorite rem-dMnny Persons conditions make it y Master Taylor Babbage, of Hardinsof Mr. J. II, Groves, Komo,Ind.,laetSun-daIt Is ploasing to tho oyo and to tho burg, Is vlsitingbls grandparents, Mr and Are broken down from overwork or household. roa Brown's Iron Bittern morning. Rev. littering performing tasto, gentle, yet effectual in acting on rebuliua tho fystem. aula Uijeiion. removes ex Mr. L. A. Foote. the kidneys, fiver and bowels. the ceremony. cess of Mlc. ami enrol malaria, (let tho senuine. dry-hous- O a, tex-tury. Tobacco cloth, tobacco cloth Sulzer's. If you want to set tho World on firo buy a World cigar. Mr. Milton Coke, of West View, was i in town Saturday. Spectacles will be Tho Aqua Crystal found at Sulzer'H. Indies' take a peep at our Cashmeretts, just received. Sulzer's. Periscopic Spectacles and Eyo Glasses to suit all sights, at Sulzer's. Mrs. Ilaynes has nil tho latest tilings in boilnets, hats and'trimmings. Our Boys Knee Pants at 2o cents a pair, continue "to go." Sulzcr's. For fresh bananas, apples, oranges, randy, nuts, call at Martin's Drug Store. Pure drugs and medicines for salo cheap, call at 0. C. Martin's Drug Store. Icavo your orders with C. C. Martin for all kinds of flowers, geraniums, rosest etc. Nicest line of Ladies' and Gent's Silk Umbrellas at Sulzer's, you over Baw, you ought to see them. See Mrs. Hayno's splendid showing of spring hats and bonnet, they aro very stylish and cheap. Mrs. Eugeno Ilaynes lias rocclvod her now stock of millinery and you arereques-tu- d to call and see it. Dr. Bush will only remain until Saturday, parties needing dentistry had bettor take advantage of this opportunity. The Cloverport Cigars aro sold by all dealers, and smoked by all tho smokers, and pronounced by far tho best on tho Do Witt's Little Early Risers never the World Cigar. gripe or cause nausea. Mild but sure, Light tho End of the World. assist rather than force. Best little pill The Little Dandy Cigar for the Dudes. for sick headache, chronic constipation, Cnll for dyspepsia. Sold by G. W. Short. At the Brick Plant. Things are moving pretty lively up at tho vitrified Brick riant. Brick-layers- ,, s carpenters, and day laborers, about forty in all, aro pushing things Tho excellent for all thoy aro worth. weather for the past week has enabled tho contractors to mnko quite a good showing in their work. Tho only trouble is in getting material fast enough. It is a much bigger thing than many of our people were looking for, and when they visit tho plant they open their eyes .in Mr. Morgan, who wo had as wonder. coming from Vermont, is an Englishman, but has been in this country for many years, his homo being in Rhodo Island. Ho is tho architect of tho plant and drew tho plans, nnd will havo chargo of tho burning of tho brick. He is a thorough going man, nnd understands everything connected with tho business. Ho says thero will bo no finer plant bi tho country than this one. Tho very latest improved machinery nnd all the labor-savin- g nppliances havo boon secured which will make tho plant second to none in tho country. In addition to this, ho says', wo havo tho finest clay here ho has over seen, nnd it can bo bandied nnd mado into brick at a lebs cost than any '' " other plant ho knows of. Mr. Hay ward, who is puttiug up tho is tho patentee of tho process, and is from Pittsburg, and ropresdnts himsolf, nnd not a Philadelphia firm as wo stated last week. He, like Mr, Morgan, is a practical workman ard understands thoroughly everything connected with tho business, and says thero ia'no question about the success of tho enterprise. Ho says this plant is only a beginning and as soon as this ono is tested; and proves a success, which it will bu sure to do others will follow, making Cloverport ono of tho lending markets of tho south for paving bricks, tileing and terra cotta goods. A company is already formed with a capital of $150,000 to erect works for tho manufacture of terra cotta goods on Maj. Miller's farm just above tho brick plant. Mr. Looinis who made the tests of tho slialo that secured us tho brick plant has been at work with a forco of mon for tho past week on Maj. Miller's land and has succeeded in findinga splendid arliclo of clay which will sccuro us the terra cotta works boyond a question. So before tho summer is oyer you will seo tho Eastern suburbs of this city all dotted over with manufacturing enterprises, and tho bum of industry making thoso old bills melodious with music that thrills and delights tho ears of a progressive and livo people. stone-mason- urday last I am credibly informed they nominated Dr. Ben Ilumedasacandidate for the legislature, a good man and heretofore a good democrat. 1, Mr. Editor, was raised by a farmer nnd bavo been a farmer over since I left tho paternal roof, and have ever felt a deep interest in every thing that promised a benefit to the farming interest. I bnvc never been connected with the secret order of Wheelers, but so long as thoy worked In a legitimate way, for needed reforms, I was ever ready to encourage. But no"w to mo they havo passed tho Rubicon, I will never witli my vote help to put in placo tho candidate ol any secret oath bound political party. Tho remembrance of Knownothingism with its Qui mi's Row and many other bloody scenes that grew directly out of its dark lantorn meetings, ought to be enough to deter nn intelligent people from attempting to attain any measure by a means that is so contrary to tho spirit of our boasted free institutions of equal rights to all, exclusive privileges to none. For thirty years Mr. Lditor, I havo uniformly voted with the Democratic party, and havo nil that time felt that I was helping to hold up the interest of tho masses ngainst tho interest of monopolists, nnd now when the faithful old party of tho constitution has fought its principles up to the very threshbold bf success, and tho attainment of tho very principles that the Wheelers say they want, they aro met just hero by this party of mushroom growth with tl)c order to "stand back you old battle scarred veteran, the rich emoluments of fat plaees'aro nowin reach and just hero wo will tako charge of the boat." For a good republican to make Wheclerism a temporary stepping stone on his road to Democracy and reform, would seem to mo natural enough, but just how any good democrat with well balanced head and heart could rut the caper is a mystery except it would be sonio party hack, who was seeking preferment for vhich the Democracy thought him unlit. No longer ago than last November I heard some of these while advocating tho election of Mr. Montgomery, who was opposed by.a member of tills order, proclaimingloudly that it was not a political order and that Mr. M. was just as good a Wheeler in principle as his opponent. Since then n strange spell has come over their dreams and now they shout "never no never! will I vote' for tho nominee of any party but Unit of tho Wheeler." Thcso same fellows wcro then loud mouthed in their denunciation of the bill, but now they givo that as the only reason for leaving tho Democracy. If you aro really in earnest on this last point boys, wo bid you a hearty good bye. This wo think one of the most unreasonable measures ever proposed by any political party since the foundation of the government, and if over put in forco with its swarms 6f place men, stealage nnd tho enormous loss in shrinkage nnd wasto-ag- o in n hundred ways, will cost tho government in five yenrs moro than tho war of tho rebellion. It does seem to 1110 that you 'crats who supported Mr. Montgomery so zealously, woul 1 feci a littlo queer over tho knowledge tbnt you aro now in a party that your old fiiend Montcomery, because of his occupation is debarred from entering. Go on boys if you will, with your class representation, class legislation, array class against clnss, until it works out its legitimate results of hatred, jealousy and general discontent, then como back to tho party of the pcoplo in which all classes can unlto in working for tho good of tho wholo country, nnd you will find if spared till that time, ono farmer who has not deserted the old tried and truo Democracy. Faiimkii. sub-trcasu- rj ware-houses, o- In the history of our forty years' business experienco have we boon able to show a larger, better or handsomer stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing than wo have on our counters this, season. Everything is our own manufacture, nnd our prices aro trash nt other plnccs, owcr than you pay for Enstcrn-madto tho eye, is like "Uncle Ike's" tree, which, though sightly which looked handsome and healthy ; but when ho chopped it Our "own mako" down ho found it was "hollow in do butt!" clothing is not like this tree ; it is sound to the core. Sec our superb display of Spring Overcoats, tho most desirable addition to a gentleman's wardrobe at this time of tho year. You can't do without one. o NEYER ME Olotliiei-s s h i 1 Have taken the lead over everything. hoes! They have become very popuThey are 2.00. M .wa A, "H 17.. b.a. n--r lar, nnd aro growing more so every day. JULIUS S. E. COR. LIGHT STYLISH: f; .t. ! "Old Reliable" ') K Y DURABLE, WELL " " ai THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, Paints ! Paints If you n I Come nnd see them beforo buying elsewhere. I Don't Forget! That wo have also a full line of bettor Shoes at moderate prices. I havo tho largest line of Mixed Paints ever brought to Cloverport. Now is the timo to do your painting. SULZER'S CLOVERPORT, KY. are going to paint your house inside or out, you should call and examine my Paints and prices Brands arc before going elsewhere. My Harrison's, Town and Country. Val. Blats', Bine Grass. Best Paint for the money on the markot. im: What Is Made ! By Buying your jl id e OF 1 WHY? MONEY IS MADE n G. W. Short, Druggist. u - QK0K URE fi IiMt C9l& ;tf oud mT& tf E&LEf'rE.ta Ho keeps constantly in stock the Celebrated Elizabethtown Hams and Pure Leaf Lard. EVERY EIECE GUARANTEED. Goods promptly delivered to any part of the city. R.E.MOORMAN, OUGHS CELEBRATED S "trt'S BUM USS.D WITH SUCCESS MAS FOR TUP I QA VET ARC! fORSAlE EVERYWHERE REMEDY Alexander's Louisville, - Seventh and Market Streets, Horl, pro-mis- OLDS la fitTi K.eiituclvtj. '0NSUMPTI0NSo0RM LONG BRANCH. Doctor Derrctt, of Louisville, was hero ono day last week in tho interest of tho After Rock Gas Co. Kentucky giving tho boys; what chango was; duo them bo returned by next train, Mr. Charles Crawford wasin Louisville last week. Miss Mnry llickerstaff walked to Brandenburg last week, and Miss Fannio AVolfolk and Master Harry Tear, accompanied her home. Miss Cissy McFarland is spending several days in tho city. Mrs. A. Ditto, Jr., got her anklo badly sprained last Wednesday and has not been able to get out of tho houso since. Miss Lillio Shacklett, after spending soveral weeks with her cousin, Miss Nina Dooley, loft for homo Saturday, Mr. W. McGeheo has made a compro-mis- o with tho Itock Gas Co., in regard to tho gas leaso on his place. Mr. McGeheo will still keep tho gas in his houso but his rental will bo less. Mr. Lisha Smith, of Ekron, spent Sunday at this place. Having sold out our entiro interest in tho hotel on Jefferson street, wo have removed to our old stand that we occupied for years so successfully at Seventh and Market streets, are now fitting it up in elegant shape now throughout, and the outfit in every way will bo elegant, including ono of Hale's Safety Passenger and Baggago Elevators with all tho late improvements. AVo want all of our old friends to come and seo us in our old home. o "Vc you that our Rooms, Tablo and Service shall bo second to none in the land. My wife, Mrs. Jo. B. Alexander, wants to bo remembered to all her lady friends and she will bo glad to seo them and give thcin a hearty reception. FARE $2.00 PER DAY. JO. B. ALEXANDER, Manager. MONEY MADE IS MONEY SAVED I And if you will call and examine our immense stock of Olothirxg We will convince you that you save money by making your purchases of Spring Clothing Wo take special pains in selecting quality, fit and From us. style, and wo havo been in tho business long enough to know Our stock of SUITS is complete, and what suits the trade. our line of saaaBBBi Administrator's All ticrions having Notice. clalmi agatnat the of Peter F. Flood, deceased, are hereby notified to produco (aid nlalmi before me properly proven, on or beforo the lit day of June, 1891. All persons Indebted to the mtate of Peter P. Flood, deceased, are hereby notified to come forward and settle at once without any further notice. Given under my hand this Cth day of April, 1891. JOHN J. FLOOD, Adm'r. ossda sMMtamlaasl ssalasi HaSM milts from Moberly, Randolph County, con tainlng 80 acres, bas good house, barn, corn The farm Is well crib and divided Into meadow and plow land, with IS good timber, and watered by a good acres of lltlng stream of water through one side of It. This offers a good opportunity for some ono to go into the Fruit business. Moberly being a good market for fruit, etc. I will ezohange the above fur a small Livery stock In some thriving town In Kentucky. For particulars call on or address J. W. DHAINAItD, Car Shops, Cloverport, Ky. first-cla- FARM FOR SALE or EXCHANGE ! I will sell my farm located In Missouri, four ss S HOES Givo us a call. Am tho largest ever brought to this place, and wo guarantee fit equal to any Merchant Tailor made goods. In addition to our many bargains which wo aro offering this' Spring, wo would call special attention to our full lino of t . FARMERS FREE COLUMN. , cheap. Which wo aro making a specialty, and in doing so wo feel confident that wo havo tho very Shoo you aro looking for. Our Shoes aro well known brands, such as Buel, Mcintosh and Ruby. In Men's fino Shoes wo aro second to none, our Btock containing tho latest slyle in Kangaroo, Calf and Patent'-Leather- Sale, a good) oke ot oxen and loe wocon Scott Morton, Itock I.ick. a for cali or cash notes. 13or alc, good marc,llcurd, Hurdintburir, Ky. Taylor B. F. Beard & Co;., HARDINSBUEG, KY. ,T I IH1CKKT AUKANAO Combhwt uml MKMOllANUUM BOOK advortlslnfr BllOVM IRON HllTKiM llioletfonlcNR'euiiWHVillriii:"'''i " jjeuenU aloren. Apt'' ilJ'i'H1"1 -- W" 'l"1 "- - lih "j u nas'f,awyir; mm yriiwfifb y T ' 1 wwm 41jA "- VFiMMtyr-r- r. "' 't Breckenridge News. . another, it was improving somo of it fetrceta with granite, Medina stone, nnd WBDKKSDAY, n Al'KIL 15, lfiUl. There are marriage-tlcAnil friendly lies, And the ties which huslnrs makm There are solemn ties And merry tics, ,'(. And the tics on li'itlnf:8t.ikeS;; fi. There arc builders' tics f-And rallroatDtlcs, Which actors can recall ; Hut the Spring tics We advertise Are the prettiest tics of all. i IgKTtin SPUING A YOUNG MAX'S FANCV k IIG1ITLY TUHNS TO Lovely '.'Neckwear, 25, 35, 50 and 75 Cents, CHISP, NUW, and NOVEL, proving that we a'c the WIDK AWAKE I.KADEItS,anil are not selling chestnut. JNO. D. BABBAGE, K. C. HABBAGE, Manager, CI.OVKKPOHT, KY. BRICK PAVEMENTS. Investigation in Columbus. Tho followitii,' interesting nrticlo on tlio Rtibject of brick and brick pavementa taken from tho Cincinnati Commercial Gazette, will be read with unusual interest by our people just nt this time. When it is known that wo have right hero in our town, a plant that will turn out brick, equal to, if not superior to tho brick used in Columbus and other cities, wo can more fully appreciate tho iin. portanco of tho new industry. The ' article is as follows : One mii8thave hadan acquaintance with Columbus ten years ago to realize tho astonishing growth of the city in tac last decade. In 1880 it had a population of fifty-tw- o thousand. In 18!K) iU) population was ninety-thre- e thousand Some of this increase camo from annexation, but the amount from this source was inconsiderable'. The improvement of tho city lias kept pice with its growth in population. In fact it has grown beautiful even faster than it lias grown great. It was little mote than a laJge, illpaved, unattractive town ten years ago. To day it is a beautiful city, witli sixty miles of modern paved streets, brilliant at at night with electric lamps, and business carried on by day in buildings not a few of which would be ornamental to any city. Tho change is imirvelous. To it nothing contributed more than its new pavements. Tho impulse to the street work came from the Centennial Exhibition of 1888. Cincinnati will not have forgotten that that year Columbus celebrated us rll hn Cincinnati the opening of tho Northwest leintory. The good people of Columbus having realized threoyears before, in 188.'., that the town was not very attractivo to strangers and that a Centennial Exhibition held in it would be little more than a county Fair, decided to begin the work of transforming a town into a city by paving their streets. They secured the pass-ag- e of the Taylor law on the 1 1th of M ty, 18S0. Briefly, tho law provides for tho issue of city bonds, which are all paid by abutting property. It is curious to notice that the law makes no mention of brick. It speaks of "granite or other stone block, asphalt or other permanent material, cobble-ston- e or bowlders" but not a word of brick. And yet Cotumbtis has ojiened, under contract, or about to be contracted for, twtlre miles of paving on tuenly-fii- e ttrutt, and Mr. 1'isiikii, the Amxtant City Engineer, my creryuot it brick. It seems piobable that Broad street will bo extend further east with asphalt, beyond Alum Creek, and there may be other asphalt, and improvements contemplated. But the whole tendency of improvements is toward brick. Blooiningtou, 111., lias a brick pavement that is seventeen years old. Charleston, V. Va., has one that is fifteen years old. Mr. Thomas, the superintendent of Mrs. Lauretta Gibson, of Mt. Auburn, has said that in 1884 there was on Pino street, Pun Francisco, a brick pavement that bad been in use eight or nine years. Tho Pine street grade is in places as high as eight per cent. On Pine street is the Nevada Bank, and Mr. Gibson said he saw eight or ten ton loads of silver uikcn to the bank. The first improved street in Columbus was Lexington avenue from Broad street to Long 3,704 square yards. It was a brick street, laid with tho Hayden block, to bo described hereafter, ami was completed on the 2tth of June, 18&. At the city Engineer's office it was pronounced as still in good condition. When it was visited Thursday morning, it looked . ns firm, even, solid and substantial, as littlo irregular, as any of our granito streets. The writer first saw it in 188(1. It looks as well y as it did five years ago. The fact must not bo d that as it was the first improved street of tho city, it had to stand a large amount of extra travel just as did Baco street in this city. lEvcrybody wanted to try it, nnd all tho heavy hauling passed over it. It has sustained tho wear and tear well, and it is believed without any repairs savo those that came frrjiu tho connections made with water or gas An to-dto-daover-looke- pies. was tho second street completeri-o- n the 9th of November, 1880. This is a brick street. It is in the llusiness part of.the city, and is pubject-e- d to travel such us Second street in this city sustains. It seems to bo in just as good condition ns is .Second street. Now, lrick was experimental, partly. Tho city Engineer says : ,"By, inspeqtion of our beautifully paved city, there is no reason why mistakes in tho selection of good javing riiaU-rla- l nhpuld occur in other places. Wo havo all kinds, brought about to n largo oxtcnt by means of lack or this being particularly true as regards brick, Btret8." So while Columbus was pur-.-" cuo8 ng its knowledgo by costly experiment, first with one brick and then Spring street asphalt. AMhodatoof tho last printed report tliov had of stoiio block, including both granito nnd Medina stone, 7.LM miles, nnd of asphalt 11.4.1. This wns on the 31st of March, 1800. At that timo they had brick streets 18.20 miles, nnd streets improved with tho Hayden or Ilallwood blocks about 0 miles. The brick continued to tmake its way ns ngainst its competitors, until, ns has been stated, the new streets to be improved this year will be improved with brick exclusively. This is not the place to enter iuto an examination of the kinds of clny that was used in making this paving brick. It will be enough to described briefly and unscientifically the two chief blocks now used in Columbus. These are the Hayden block and tho Ilallwood block. They aro ns different from tho firo brick or the building brick in use ns tho nsphalt from that laid by tho Vurren-Sdiar- f company. When the proposition was first made to pave Baco street in this city with asphalt, there uns general popular condemnation of the Bchcn'ic. Thiswas because the public knew asphalt only ns' it had been seen in front of St. Peter's Cathedral and on some pfjtho'sidewnlks of Clifton nnd elsewhere. The new nsphalt the public knew nothing of. So the Cincinnati public knows generally nothing nbout tho modern paving Jjrick. There is n little on Kline street, north of tho pike, but that was badly laid. There is some on Cherry street, which tho writer lias not seen. So to the great majority of people in this city a description of the two blocks will be interesting. The Hayden block is ten inches in length by five in width and thickness. It weighs 10? pounds. On the top surface are eighteen indentations, three rows of six indentations each. These indentations aro for tho purpose of affording secure foothold for horses. On the under surface aro two holes, extending about half, way through the body of the block. These holes are made, it is claimed, to secure the thorough vitrification of the brick. They aro filled with wet sand, or cement, when laid. As has been said, Lexington avenue was laid with these half the present size in ISSo, and Lexington n veil ue is still in good condition. Jn fact, Mr. II. S. Ilallwood, the manager of tho other leading coinjwmy, said on Thursday that he would bo entirely willing to guarantee Lexington avenue for-teyears to come. South High street has been paved for a distance of a mile and a half or more witli this block, and it is tho intention to continue this pavement tho coining spring and summer a milo more to the south. A week ago last Wednesday was a very wet, rainy day. Horses wero trotting over this pavement us feailessly as Over a macadam road. Tho testimony is that they very seldom slip. The Hay den Company is tho oldest in the business, and has laid and 'has under contract to bo laid during the coming season in Columbus eleven miles of this block. These blo.-khave been thus tested: They wero put in water twenty-fou- r days and wero found to have absorbed from two to three ounces of water. They were then kept in n temperature of zero to 10 above for twenty-fou- r days. They were next exposed to n high tempera-tui- e nnd brought out red hot. was poured on them at once, and they stood the test without cracking. The Ilallwood block is solid, nine inches in length by four in width and three deep, and weighs nbout nine pounds. Taking a broken block in his hand Mr. Ilallwood took w heavy hatchet and struck blows upon it until tho exorcise made him puff too violently hn is a rather stout man for comfort. He said tho same block had been similarly struck for thousands of times. Only sparks flew off, just as they would have done from a piece of granite. Not n particle of tho block was seen to fall. This block has beveled edgcs.and an intervening groove in the middlei of the side into which hot pitch or cement is poured, thus making a solid roadwuy. East Broad street is paved with this block, where there is a grado of about eight per cent. The tunnel. under High street was visited. Thenv is 11 grade there of twelve or fourteen per cont. Tho grade is paved with Medina stone harder than granite with occasional rows of tho Ilallwood block. Tho Medina stone is worn to a considerable extent; in somo places tlie stone should bo renewed, so badly arc they worn. Tho brick blocks show no signs of wear, not the slightest- - And yet both wero put down, at. the same time. .The bed of the tunnel is paved with tho Ilallwood blocks, and only irregularity of. surface, caused by. yielding of foundation, was noticed; not any, wear of the blocks. Tho Hallwoocl block is manufactured by tho Ohio Paving Company. This company has been in existence four or five years. It bos paved or contracted for fifty streets, aggregating twenty-fiv- e miles of pavement, clijefly in, Columbus and Chattanooga. Tho question has been asked whether this brjck pavement will stand heavy loads. Well, tio Baltimore nnd Ohio freight depots nro paved as to thoiryards and approaches with tlio Ilallwood block. That ought to bo sufficient testimony. But hero is something moro conclusive, It is from the circular of .th'o Canton ' Brick Company: f' f Madi-sonvillo n s Ice-wnt- "TKSTOK'V.TUUJKn PAVINC. 1IIUCK8V "Made September t, 1SS6, at the I'itUliurg test. Ing Laboratory, 'p.oS fourth tt,venucf ou,Olsen's fifty thousand pounds testing machl'nc.7 Test made on pieces about two Inches square t "No. 1. Sp.f lcd at pounds. Not crushed. "No. 2. Cruckeii at 36.700 Sp.illei at 4,a ' pounds, , "No, 3. Spallcd at rjryo pounds. Not crushed. "No. 4. Sp.llk'dat Jjiropoilndi. Not crushed, "No. 5. Spallvd at 4j,aoo pounds. Not crushed. "No, a cracked cry slightly at 16,700 pounds. bat did not begin to sp.il! until (lit- lo.id.reacRed Not crushed. a 41200 pounds. ,14 "OIUNITK TKKT. "Made at Cincinnati,, August 7. 18S6. before the Bond of Public Affairs. The pieces used were two Inches xpi.tre. "Apple lirossoms In Wlnlot. Sliernmii's Memoirs. Tho death of General Sherman has had Wo all lovo tho beautiful, deliciously fragrant nppla bl'issoms that chnrm us tlio effect of creating n demand for his for n short season in tho spring, anil note momoirs. Tho publishers tell me that sadly tho lust shower of white potnla over the demand is something wholly unexthe emerald green carpet beneath the pected, nnd yet they might have known trees. All persons do not know, howfront past experience that tho death of a ever, how easily theso lovely flowers may famous nnd great man is sure to arouse such interest. Sherman's memoirs nro bo caused to bloom indoors in vintcr. If large branches nro broken from the pronounced by literary critics, in some trees ntitl placed In water In n warm, respects, tho most fascinating literature sunny window, they will soon II iwer, of tho war. at isjjo. In his stylo Sherman was unique nnd and many of the blossoms will bo us No. 3 s pulled at 17070, crushed at 19,520. beautiful and fragrant as those that original, just ns ho wns in his action nud "No. 4 cracked ut lOjiO, crushed at I7.50U. A distinguished habits of thou;ht. bloom on tho trees in tho spring. "No. 5 sp.illcd at 15,700, cracked and crushed ut Care must be taken to select such teacher of Connecticut said recently that 20,980 pounds. branches ns have mi abundance of plump ho had advised his scholars to read "OAK TKST. blooming buds, nnd somo oftheso should Grant's memoirs and those of Sherman, "Made nt the same time asthcnboc granite bo removed, ns well as some of the moro so that they might learn what n splendid tests. A square tube of well seasoned thing simplicity, lucidity and directness pointed, leaf buds. 0.1k was used : It cracked at io,uoound spread and yild pear nud wild cherry branches wero In n literary style. Sherman's went to pieces at 12,640 pounds." memoirs never had tlio salo that wns exClearly tho question whether brick may be flowered in n similar manner, but riot o satisfactorily as apple treo pected of them, nnd In fact nono of the blocks can stand pressure, heavy loads, limbs. .No doubti many other kinds of recollections published by the distincould only bo asked by one who has early blooming shrubt nnd trees could guished nctors in tlio civil war over never seen tho modern paving hriek. nindu much money, excepting "Grant's bo made to blossom in this way. Memoirs." There are bricks nnd bricks, nnd brick Here is an interesting Geld for experiIn his c;i30, the extremely dramatic blocks nnd brick blocks. Columbus has ment for flower lovers, particularly for found this out. So Cincinnati learned invalids and children. Tho satisfaction and pitiful circumstances associated to as or presentat some cost that thcro is granito and of sending to n sick neighbor fresh apple with the writing of them did salomuchdid bring nbout tho euormous ns ing to n friend n bunch of granite. Now as to tlio cost of these blossoms in winter amply repays the Grant's reputation us tho gre.it various pavements. It should bo re- trifling labor required to produco them. E. J. Edwards in Philadelmembered that all are laid on tho modern phia Preas. Youth's Companion. broken ostono or concrete foundation. The Trials of Winter. These figures nro taken from tho report Specimen Cases. of the City Engineer of Columbus: Winter is a trying period, oven to those S. II. Clifford, New Casscl, Wis., was l'ur square jnrd. . . ( 23 to S3 75 troubled with Neuralgiaand ltlieumatism who have strong constitutions, but it is Georgia granite block doubly trying to those who nro weak, Atdersnu Virginia block 4 co 10375 his Stomach was disordered, his Liver nnd delicate, or who linvo n tendency to . Mednla block 394 10370 was affected to an ulnrming degree, Second-clas- s . 3191029s Medula block tho various diseases that are bred and fell nway, and he was terribly re. 325 10300 Greenfield block fostered in tho stagnant atmosphere of . Ilawlcn block jjj to 225 duced in flesh nnd strength. Three bot- closed and heated houses. Tlio system II all wood block to 220 tles of Electric Bitters cured him. jjj should be kept strengthened and toned up . "4010200 Asphalt 4 In. coucrele foundation Edward Shepherd, llarrisburg, III., had Asphalt 6 in. cmicrttu foundation . 30010175 with a liberal course of S S S., the great running soro on his leg of eight years' Wassail fire clay brick 200 to 195 a blood tonic nnd purifier. It acts like n West Virginia lire clay brick Used three 'bottles of Electric 90 to 85 standing. chnrm. It increases tlio appetite, soothes . Terra colta fire cl.i) brick to til Hitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's the none ', nnd b nutifiestlu c miplexion . .225 10175 Znncstillc red brick g, leg is sound nnd Arnica Salva, and his Clexclaud red brick in short, it makes life well worth jot) tuiot . . 200 to So well. John Speaker, Catnwaba, O., had living. Mlddlcport red brick . 20010175 five large Fever sores on his leg, doctors lied brick on board foundation One bottle Elec:; niP.i-s- . It has been said that Lexington said ho was incut-ablavenue- completed in 1885, is in good tric Hitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Tho now riflo with which tho German condition. It is not right to keep con- Salva cured him entirely. Sold by (i. army and navy have been urmed during tho last few months is a terror in the W. Short. cealed this fact: A visit was made ThursTlio gun lias n way of small wenporrsi day morning to East Town street. OpWhitewash for Woodwork. bore .31 Inch, nnd throws n projectilo of posite tho Deaf and Dumb Asylum there To render whitewash 'moro durable, add lead coated with nickel steel weighing was n portion of an asphalt pavenment 14.5 grains, or nbout half tin ounce. The visible;! It was stated that the contract to the wash when prepared small porcartridge med weighs nearly nrr ounce, of sulphate of zinc nud common tions of the Wnrren-Schar- f nnd is 3.25 inches in length. Tho rnnga-zin- o Company with the lw prepared by plaof tlio rifle carries fivo cartridges. city for keeping this in order had ex salt. The wash may water-tigh- t barrel half a bushel, Tho speed of tho bullet on leaving tlio pired. Snow covered the most of the cing in a of fresli or quicklime, and muzzle of tho gttrris about 2,200 feet per street, but in one place where it lind more or less, pour in enough boiling water to cover it eecond, nnd the limit of its effective been removed, the asphalt was seen, and few inches over, then stir till well range is a littlo'nnder two miles. it was going to pieces just as did tlio old and a Brick walls of small thickness nro not slacked. Then add to this quantity three asphalt; with which Cincinnati was absolute proof against this gun, ns sevof tho sulphate of zinc anil one pounds eral shota striking tho sumo spot will familiar years ago. It was not a pleasant of common salt, and enough water to remako a breach. New York Journal. sight for ono who sees tho city of his duce it to tlio consistency of cream. lovo setting its face toward asphalt and We Can And Do Apply with a brush, and it will harden giving no hospitality to brick. in a'ew days. Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for Brick has passed beyond the region of it lias been fully demonstrated to the experiment in this country. The battle Taking Meillclno by Klcctrlclty. people of this country that it is superior has been fought in Columbus, and it is A noted phybician of Paris claims to the pavement of the future. No man havo succeeded by n novel application of to nil other preparations for blood discan make n careful examination and re- electrolysis and electrosynethis, anala-gou- s eases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic n of metals, poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pimto the main uncon viced. It is cheaper, and in conveying by the electric current to ples. It purifies the whole system and in nil probability more durable and less dangerous than any other pavement diseased internal orgaus of the iliumnny thoroughly builds up the constitution. body the constituents of the drugs neces-6nrFor Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., great cities can have. for their recovery. A commission and Witt & Meador, Hanlinsburg, Ky. of Patent medicines ditl'er Ono lias rea- of the French AcademyDr. Science, ono of which is tho learned Charcot, has fioumtcd I.lUe a Cj clone. sonableness, another has not. Ono has been nppointed to nscertnin the value of Two young' men of tho city aro said to reputation another lias not. One has the results, nnd to extend the investigahave gone out walking a day or two . confidence, born. of success another has tions, Philadelphia Record. since, wheu they chanced to stroll near hopes." Don't tako it for granted only" tlio old pond place above tho upper facCan't Sleep Nights that all patent medicines tiro alike.! They tory. They heard something liko n cyare not.f Letitho years of uninterrupted Is tlte complrnnt'ot fihotTsarids suffering clone nnd were very much nlarmed unsuccess and the tensof thousandsof cured from Asthma Consumption, Coughs, etc, til thoy approached tho old dam, under and Jiappynnen nnd'woiuenrplat,e rDrv Didyou'ever try Dr. Acker's English which was n square hole which wns origiPicrce'a-Golden Medical "Discovery 'and' Bemedy? It is the best p'repanition nally left to draw off tho pond occasionlargo ser Dr.Pierco'B Ftvprite Prescription ton tho jjnb'Sn.for all Lung troubles. Sold'on n ally. In this was seen live etanding upright and 23cj and 50c. by G. pents which were side of the comparison tDwhictetheyle positive guarantee at hissing most vigorously. At heus (a.) long. And Uieirisn't a state or territory, -- W: Short, Oloverport, Ky., nnd Witt & Lendor. no nor hardly aoounty in tho world,wheJ Meador, Hanlinsburg, Ky. A beautiful skin, bright eyes, sweet ther its people renlizo.it or not, but'haVc T,', Killed "nlmscir'ror a I'rleml. breath, good appetite, vigorous body, men apd .wqnion-iinthethnt'rc. happier E. C. Collrns'lin sewing machine agent, because of theirs uliscovery nnd their committed siiicidu nt Mempuis the Other pure blood and good health result from effects. 'Think of this in health. Think day. First it was supposed re was a the use of Do Witt's Sarsaparilla. It is of it in sickness. And then think whethdefaulter, but that didn't pan out. Then sold by G. W. Short. er you can afford to make tho trial if the it was ns,sumed that ho, loved a girl and Why is it you can seldom walk slow makers can afford to tako the risk to give sho wouldn't have him, but that was dis- enough for a stret to catch you, nor carao the announcement Then your money back, as they do, if they do pelled. had killed himself to fast enough to catch a street cur V that he shield a not benefit or cure you. friend, nnd that friend a plain man. It There are many Cough Bemedies, but seems tho story is true too. Collins lind only ono "Certain Cough Cure." See The Ekron Base Ball Club Organized. a friend who wus charged with a serious The Ekron Base' Ball Club inet'toidity offense, .Collins was tho most damaging that the trado mark "0. O. C." is on the for the purposo of Organizing. Sho re- witness in tho case. His testimony would wrapper ami blown in the bottle. Sold undoubtedly salt his friend, nnd Owen. tained all of her old players who did than do that he committed suicide.rather by J. DeExamine Babbage's new lineof queens-warsuch good work for the flub in 1800. troit Journal. D, S. Boberts was elected captain and J. A. Wimp secretary and treasurer. The Is Life Worth Living? captain and secretary will go to Louis- Not if you go thrbugh thd world a dyspep- TRe ville April 7th .to lay in supplies for tho tic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets aro i.,OTjTHVirrjic, uso of the club tho coming season Tho a positivo cure for tlio wortd forms' of following members aro tho pnomies that Dyspepsia, Indigeston, Flatulency nnd Fubacrtptlon Hutu, Dally ndFur)ilay,$10.C0 he neighboring clubs will have to con- Constipation. Guaranteed and wold by a yea-- , Pally without Sunday, $4,00 a year, tend with : D. S. Boberts, a, p. or 1st b. ; G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt Sunday, $&.0il a year, Weekly, $1.00 a year. The Weekly Courier-JournItod Shacklett, p. or 1. f. ; A. II. Carrico, & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Has the largest olrculntlnn or any Democratic 1st b. or p.; Mcll. Bichardson, c, p. or Nevtpprin the United States and proposos 1st b. ; James A. Wimp, s. b. or p. ; Bob to double or treble its already large circulation. Shacklett, p. or 3d b. ; D. W. Burch, p. ""l or I. f ; It. P, Addams, c. or c. fi ; B. J. BY G'VING AWAY EACH ,..1(130 2 3 Currico, 1. f. or p..; Dave Shacklett, um- Winesiip, end years i.. AND EVERY DAY to tome one a iplend d 3 years ... 210 Maid Blush pire. Sewing Machine or a llaudiome ... 360 High Arm Sweet Applet 3 yean Gold Wa'ch, AUSObUTKLY FKKE. Full Wo reserve the right to place our men 3 jenrs ... 93 particular lu Weekly Courier Journal. Samp'e K. Harvest as wo think best ut all times, nnd will Ivei Seedling Orapet 2 yearn. 3 cts. copy free. Seud lor one, piny strictly by tho rules of 1801, and at Addresa, W. N. HALDEJIAN, Will deliver tbo above Apple Trees at Clonil times expect to put up a fair and verport at 5 cts, euoli. President Courier-JournCompany, square game. Our umpire will bo thorV. S. AS II BY. Louisville, Ky. oughly posted on all points and features of the game, and will give a correct deW. A. Eimr.UT, Sec. & Mgr J. II'.'HictflfAs,' I'res't. C. W. Iii:.NSK0hi, Vice-I'rescision at.nll . times, ,und will bo firm in what ho says. Our captain will also put his foot' down on any bad lnnguago that may bo used by our players, if,any such bo used, nnd will expect captains of other clubs to do tho same. Tho reason wo mention tho bad languago, and so bitterly oppose it, is that it has a tendency to cuubo hard feelings and to causo trouble (wo would not lose a friend for ull the ball), Now come, neighbor clubs, practice up and give, us something to do, for we aro as anxious and ns hungry for a game of ball as a bear would bo, for something to eat that had been in his hiding placo all winter. a. D. S. BoiiEitTs, Capt., James. A, Wimp, Sec. 1 1 4 two-Inc- h com-mnnd. First-class " irglnla. granite. No. I cracked nnd crushed nt jo,K. "No. i spelled at it fvu and crashed at jo.ioo. " No. 3 cracked nt .iSno, (.rushed nt 5,iSu. "New Hampshire granite. No. t spallcil at iS" crushed at 21,11m. "No. 3 cracked nt l8,n, crushed nt 19,510. "No. 1 cracked nnd crushed at 20,010. "Main granite. No. cracked nt id 81, crushed at 20,nco. "No. t cracked at 17,130, crushed nt 19,140. "Georgia granite. No. cracked at iS,s, crushed at jo.joo. "No. asp.illcd and cracked at 14,870, crushed 1891 FRANK S.COOK. z -- LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES, DOORS, Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET. 15th & 16th STS., ... .... ... ... te LOUISVILLE, KY. "Mention this paper. 1 oar WATERPROOF DE UP COLLAR Z 1 THAT CAN BE RELIED ON " CUFF e. Vt'un-lvrlin- TO THE MARK JXTOt JJ-Qi- ; to StlDll-tto Xls.ooloir2 BEARS THIS MARK. XiPEUULQ jplF ' TRADE Ji Mark. NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D WATERPROOF ! COLLAR IN THE MARKET. HERE WE ARE AGAIN Furniture endless in varie- electro-depositio- -- I am now back nt my old stand and respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. ty. FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Pricep. Big ! Tn our lulncrlptlon nUiSii uMI?e "UrS" tRALLEL line every proper numo "yllul,le " ,,mt am rea-'e- " ,,... i ,. . ,- -t , , B1BXJBS OUTSELL ALL OTHERS. accent-mur- FAMILY In divided cuu tell nt a glance tlie Into syllabled, nnd the A SUBSCRIPTION BIBLE Tills siipcrii edltlnn H printed from NEW ELECTROTYPE I'l.ATES. made from laree uSbla 5 "I'U f ' or .EW'v l3f"ff"nCea.1,Y Cml."ent """"J"' ." THE GREATEST AID EVER PUT INTO e. "t EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY TO SUCCESS. r i 'Oter JburnI icy. al WE GIVE CANVASSERS THE LARGEST COMMISSIONS EVER ALLOWED TO BIBLE AGENTS. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO EXPERIENCED AGENTS. w (Mention this paper. AGENTS WAN TED jLoak to yonr Interests, and wrjle for terms to CRANSTON & Surplus AppleTrees !For Srfle. STOWE, - - CINCINNATI, & O. R. HOW ? FOR MEN ONLY! El J I J 1 k.tiail, 1 Louisville, St. Louis Texas R. Co. JfflFoTlOBT or FAIUNOVAKBOODt lik MiUfUri uj ir.titmi'.MiiTrufn!DouoifiriBTsoriioDr. ibwl.l.lr oUlUf tlOM,TKU,TniIT-lt- ell la a 4r. 1 10 a Mill 8UIH Cautrlm. lTrlU Ikta. Duerlptli Book, riiiUMlWa rtnlfa Ml vtvttt atll.il (ltd) Im, Utn ERIE MEOtOAL CO.. BUFFALO, H. Y. At 5:00 bUMlkllOOOnillTKnUrvd. fro-- Effiita f!ill4ilUI!IWeikneuaf Bad and Mini!. V. VHAbKMa Vaua.u ft J ! TIME SCHEDULE Cffcct Tiiklntr o'clclc A. H.t SuDdaj.No7.30. . 3890 :tTo7l7. WEy ar.VW IVttt Bound. Traint Eait Bound Trmut Mull & Dally 105 12 60 12 HI in, 12 07pm 't. s.mw xwv'vaB VMaTKtfr 111? Mall & Kxpr's Kxpr'a .illy Daily G2opm 8 03 un 04U TO) ft3 61 64 STATIONS Kxpr's Kxpr's Dally 9 05pm fdvrvp riTHE t jmrxv.Lmf( 1MA.'A Pi IP r; j 83 I rafFAJ&WaVV ras ' 71S 7 C$ I 755 804 8 (17 8 11 900 903 920 927 83J h.Un'n Dp't..ur rwcniucKy 37 9 4U U4t! TT m fetErui LIVER Wk ZBBV' CHILL CUKE. 81S B30 8.TJ 8 47 8.VJ 'JM 10 10 03 20 101-- 9MED1C1NE iW U 1027 10'M 10 44 l. West l'olnt Howard Hock Haven ; iuiin Long llranch 1143 llrilllilpnliiiri. 11S4 Meade Springs 11 SO j'.nron 1124 Giuton 11 111 Irvington 1107 Webster 10 68 I.odlburif 1061 1'lircc 10 42 Steplicnsport AildUon Si.,,, pie 1030 20 21 1018 10 03 10 10 860 810 8 05 7 45 7 35 7 2(1 722 710 707 068 0 49 (141 It 030 624 (115 CnEAl'EKX MEI;iNE filPfOWN CONSIDERING QUALITY AND SIZE OF. DOSC. IT WIILXj ALSO OX7H3D DYSPEPSIA. BILIOUSNESS, AND CHBONIO OOHBTJPATIOH. 10 91U 91U 933 9 40 1(11)1 1049 1062 11 96 lilt 11 M 1144 Ou Clocrport lluwesllle l'"alcon Holt 0'09 651 6 43 6 31 6 21 000 1137 1161 U60.UII 12 03pm Skillman l'etrle Sliops 963 9 44 9 32 THE OWENSBORO," Tlxe Foit O. C. MARTIN, Cloverport, DRUGGIST NEXT DOOR BEtOW POST OFFICE. Ky JJ,) - game money. Dr,. Acker's EngliBh pills nro a positivo euro for and nil liver troubles. They nro small, sweet, easily taken, nnd do not grio. Sold by G. W. Short, Clovernort. Ky nnd Witt ik Meador, Hanlinsburg, Ky. A Duty to Yourself! is surprising that people will uso a It Durability, Style & Finis!, Unequalled. common ordinnry- - pill when they can Material & Workmanship Unsurpassed. 4,i secure a valuable English ono for tho Jtftinufdcturcrs of Wagons, forays ami Dump Carts. Capacity 25' wagons nlay, with a rapidly growing trado extending over eighteen Southern and Western States and wherever intoduced is universally considered the best wagon on the market. T7vra,groani, Co, iJjLWIMI'Sf! mmmmmMM 'FREE TCALLll Our 'New IllWrated j CatAloeno of Ptanta'S Bulk. WflM. Mrufea'J tmm. SmN rrvito.l .Brio Vlfl, Sosdi.l tiMgrMM, etc., win: be mailed FrM to all f applicant; 80 pagca: ana 4000 varieties ol ; il2nt C".ce 10 23 Lewfsport 1041 izzi Powers 10 55,, 1235 Pates 12 45 Owensboro 1269 1118 Mnttfngly 107 Stanley ii ai . 117 Worthlngton 137 Spottsvfile 14(5 IlasLnis. 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