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' II fev ' -'- r'iV " T .. ft&dielLndlUSk A '" 1 (M T,t I . m .! -- -- r, i hi imrwuMt hi 'u ihIiIkcJ In au) business by untlrlu&ittJustry.cure- Suiets-- i ul economy and judicious advsr 1 1 lie ro.id t opulence Ilea Using. knee deep through printer's lnk.r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1891. REMINISCENCES. or people buying the Uud of goods you may have to Bell. Moral Invite them to your store. In (he lioiHe S. Tradesman, till ncwtpaperelf-tulalc- t VOL. XV. NO. 39. DID YOU KNOW THAT i We waiti Good Wlieat. We want White Corn. ART" ;. IIV fl r AN No. ID. We want Yellow Corn. We will pay the highest market price iu Cash any day you will bring or ship them to us. The feeling that hml h.'cn nrotiBPtl hy etitliusiastic meetings at nil tlio principal towns and cities along tlio proposed lino had been subdued, but during this long waiting and ineffectual efforts, hoping its it were against hopo, with thoso hostile in feeling exulting over the apparent failure of what they were pleased to call, "riereo's Paper Railroad," while true friends were despondent, tlio writer never relinquished his purpose, and perhaps a hnlf dozen still hopofull ; among them Col. Fawcctt, who never gave up Col. Powers, Maj. Miller and J. A. Murray amid difficulties and discouragement still pressed forward, We want Your omers for anything in our line. V Ve want Your patron- age and influence, and we will build up in Irvington a Milling Business that the whole surrounding country will be proud fj? of. Wo have under consideration improvements that will put us still further ahead of all competitors, and places tis in the front rank of American mills. BOYD BROS., Millers, 1R m f-' i fn, i. - lis- - So preposterous seemed the undertaking that Judge Williams though anxious to have the road, said that ''Pierce and Powers might as well try .to build a road to the moon, as to expect In some instances when right of way capitalists to expend their money in had to be paid for, the parties have been such' a scheme with no bettea basis than in not only, reasonable but liberal , they can offer." their demands, while others have been good many Two of tho most prominent bankers in deemed cxtortinate and a Perhaps Louisvillo then, neither of them now, condemnation suits resulted. however, all things considered, no railWhen nsked to lend their influence simply hy taking a small interest, said, "they road built in the Stato has had less could nol afford to bo identified with a trouble or less expense about right of project so likely to prove a failure," way, damage suits, etc. And certainly might detract from their no people have been treated belter. Any which acknowledge eputatioh.as men of sound unpleasant feelings that may exist between tho o ners of the road and nny judgement and business sagacity. one along the Hue will give way to muG. W. Heard said, "I can't think it has tual interest and better understanding. any chance of success, when men invest Tito operation of tltc road will ho so as to make friends not enemies their money thpy like to sec a show for back someday." (Bonds sold in of the people. getting it New York a few days since for 10X) Tim writer feels under special obligaJames Clark, of Louisville, President of to him in tho Farmers Tobacco Warehouse, said tions for kindness extended his "labor of love," devoting as ho has after tho road was completed, "Pierco I of his time and means to didn't think you would build that road done, so much the work without compensation, for alsure enough, I thought it would bo a though many expressions of gratitudo failure." have occurcd, substantial considerations "v . . havo not been deemed essential, pecuniThese expressions convey a idea of the ary obligations havo not been asked of general feeling upon the subject. tho people for the benifit of tlio projecta or of this enterprise. Although volunNevertheless, continued efforts were finually crowned with success, and in tary promises of contributions were inado hy some, conditioned upon certain things 1880 a contract was entered into with that havo been fully accomplished, ob& Company to build W. V. McCracken were promptthe road. This contract was approved ligations thus ly released, when it was related to the at a called meeting hcld'nt Louisville, proposed benificiary that it might emOctober 10th, 1880, when It. K. barrass proceedings essential to tho sucresigned tho position of President, and and J. cess ; thoso parties reaping the bonlllts, accepted that of without incurring tlio prolnised outlay. 0. Fawcett was made President. perform act of kindness do anything deemed necessary to forward the enterprise, and nearly all along the line this In securing feeling "was manifested. riglit of way however, some refused to giv5 it free, and had to he passed, whllo soiiio others though profi'sslng willingness hesitated or delayed signing, and when finally it become necessary to begin paying for same, nearly all who had failed to sign demanded pay. This action caused dibsatisfaction witli some who had given freo right of way, and suite were instituted even by such, upon some pretext or other, and they think hard of tho writer to this day for' tho part lie took in tho premises, while a largo number rightly appreciating the benefits of the road have no regrets expressed or implied. And it is true, notwithstanding legal points will not permit such facta to be considered, that there is scarcely a tract of land through which the road passes that has been so damaged as to mako it less valuable now than it was or would be, without tlio railroad. V V eon-duct- v. self-incurr- Vice-Preside- IRVINGTON, KY. On If You Have CONSUMPTION I COUGH OR COLD BRONCHITIS I Throat Affection I Wasting of Eesh SCROFULA a- V Or any Dlttnie tcJvtre the Throat and Zungt aro Inflamed, Zack of Strength or Kerv Foteer, you can be relieved and Cured by the 0th of January, 1887, tho writer had the pleasure of throwing the first shovel of dirt, thus beginning tho actual work of constructing the Louisville St. Louis & Texas Railway. C. L. Cornwall, the Engineer in charge, threw the second shovel, and then turned the work over to a boss, who. had arrived with a half dozen hands to prosecute the work of grading tho roadbed. was conTho work thus tinued from that day, and aftdr awhile upon a much larger scale putting a stop to the sport mado by many at its small beginning. It may bo remarked that the routo first surveyed was found to be for a portoin of tho way, and the present much better lino was adopted. At tho annual meeting of stockholders held in September, 1887, Maj. W. V. McCracken was made and General Manager. Vice-Preside- V Only two presents were received that the writer can now call to mind. One a patent shoo buttoner presented by Mr. Duly Whittlcshofer, of Brandenburg. appreciated and carried to this day, the other a gallon of nativo wino from Mr. Charles Thins, duly appreciated and consumed long since. Mr. Frakcs, of Brandenburg, and Mr. Bennett, of Stephcnsport, were always very moderate in their charges, and people through tho country entertained the writer in the most hospitable manner, and he is under obligations to many that he regrets his inability to discharge, yet in towns with hotel accommodations, ho would not usually ask a meal of privato families, and has more than onco gone wjthout dinner when hungry for lack of money to pay tho bill. This however, jncidentaly, is ono among tlio many much greater privations and hardships which need not be mentioned, nor has ho any complaints to make on that scoro or any regrets to express. Success in the undertaking was the great end desired. That so fully accomplished is regarded as ample compensation for everything else. Kentucky Cities Having a Population of 8.000 and over. At three o'clock, Thursday morning, Wasiunotox, Apiil 10. Tlio Kentucky April the 2 ml' 1801, for tho first time the cities having a population of 8,000 and Mr J P Severs lias been over iu 1800, ns shown hy.n census bulleA happy home! But death tin issued broken. wero seven in number, entered there and set his seal upon the as follows: Louisville, lGl.liJOj'atT increaso lips of a beloved and only daughter. of per cent, during, tlio past ten Minnio Ola, a shining mark, ono year years: Covington, 37,371, nn'increase of days of age. fivo months nnd twenty-si25.74 per rent.; Henderson, 8,835, nn inlight l from our liouclinlil (;onc, A crease of 01.08 per cent.; Newport, 24, A voice wc loved I. stltlcil. 018, nn increase of 21.05 per cent.; Owens-borIn ncant nt the henrth A place 0,837, nn increase of 57.87 per cent.; Which ncNcrcin lc filled. Paducah, 13,070, an increase of 02.72 per She suffered intensly with Pneumonia cent.; Lexington, 21,507, nn increase of fever. Medical skill and tender nursing 20.48 per cent. failed to check the onward sweep of tho A Success. fatal disease. When tho Doctors made their last call she had entered far into Royal Germetuer is established as a the silent river, and her eyes growing remarkable success. Thousands of testidim of earthly things yet slid looked Up monials attest its virtue. Many of these and laised her littlo arm, and with a fer- aro given by men nnd women of the vent grip we took the parting hand. highest .otandlng in the most honored Papa, mamma and little brothers wero walks of life. all around her littlo bed, as she gently In the midst of n flourishing and wont to sleep.The sting is deep, and hearts increasing business, tho price is rebleed, but their is that sweet consolation duced from $1.50 to $1 per bottle. This to tliu bereaved that her pure, sweet spirit is done in tho interest of thoso whose is at rest. Her light was a cheerful suncircumstances iu life deter them from shine in her home. A bright star gono paying the higher price. Tho rich will down for n littlo time to rise again on that buy it at any price, but tho managers glorious resurrection morn. Had the feel that a medicino which possesses tho 'Siirvivalof the fittest' been the such wonderful powers should bo placed decree of Him who docth all things well, within the reach of the poor, Many Minnie Ola, would have been one of the have said that Germetuer was the cheaplast called to tho eternal bourne. Tho est medicino on the market. When it is sorrows of life are hard to'bear, but God remembered that a bottle of Germetuer knows best, and wc must bow in humble makes a gallon of medicine ready for submission to His will. Dear ones, weep use, it is certainly cheaper than ordinot, though you have one less on earth, nary medicine in a bulk, and when the still you have ono in Heaven. powers of the medicino are taken into Thus one by one, Iroinllinc to time, account, the price amounts to almost All earthly tic. .ire ricm nothing. Yet while we lost ilcar. Minnie on "e irth" Germetuer is the coming success that Sh" gained :t home In Heaven. littlo girl and has already come. Ask your druggist Mrs Severe will miss her for it, and if hu cannot supply you write s from her home. They its little to E. M. Coleman, General Representashigleam as jewels on the hills of the far tive, Ixmisvillo, Ky. Send for book conning shore. She so desired to raiso her, constantly and taining particulars and history of wonshe sat by her to her till the derful cures. tenderly administering Master said, It is enough, conic up highFlesh Turned To Stone er, her short "life on ea th is en led Goshen, Ind., April 10. (Special) and the one in heaven begun. Mourn When tho body of William Clines not dear Mamma nnd Papa; sho is not which w sis buried at Cortina two years dead only entered upon a higher, and ago wasdisentcred to day, for shipment, far moro real life a treasure but remo- it was found that the body was petrified, vedyes, a bright spirit parted fora clear- with ovcry feature, even to the hair, preer day thine thine still in heaven. She served perfectly. At the time of burial was consigned to her tomb Friday, the Clines weighed 180 pounds. His petri-fiol 3rd ult., at V2 o'clock. Around her grave body now wcijhs 405 pounth. The stood relatives and friends with bowed rock which has taken the place of tho hearts and heads, paying a farewell trib- flesh seems a hard limestone. ute to the noble littlo girl. Her form now Bleeps in tho silent City of the dead. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Farewell Sweet Minnio Ola, 'tis hard to hereby rItcd that tbe undersigned, give thco up. Mr. and Mrs, Severs, have 0. Notice Is W. Moorman, William Jl. Uowiner, J. K. the sympathy of all their friends in McCracken, James T. Sklllinun, A. I). S. li. Vorls and William Foor bare asthe loss of their babe. Tho buds of earth sociated themselves together as a body corpobloom beautifully in Heaven, and little rate, under tbe name of the "Cloverport ParMinnio Ola enjoys a home where sorrows ing Ilrlck and Manufuctrring Company ," with GONE HOME. to-da- Witt & Meador ISO.'-'O x o, nip-idl- y IN TOWN. That Witt & Meador have the cheapest lino of Shoes in town. That Witt & Meador havo marked their goods down in reach of all. That Witt & Meador havo tho hest line of dress goods in town. That Witt & Meador have tho best trade in Hardinsburg. That Witt & Meador havo tho best assortment of Gent's Neckwear and Suspenders over exhibited in Hardinsburg. That Witt & Meador aro tho loading Druggists in Hardinsburg. That Witt & Meador have tho best Garden Seed on tho market. That Witt & Meador are doing the business of this place. That Witt & Meador have tho best lino of Cigars and Tobacco in town That Witt & Meador invito special attention of tho Ladies and' Young Men. Ladies, call and sco our line of Lawns and Ginghams before buying. Boys, give us a call and sec our display of Neckwear, and you will agree with us that wo havo tho best lino in town. S ARE SELLING THE BEST LOT OF EC O ES I WITT & MEADOR, HAItDINSBUIlG, KY. 1 fr- -i 33 CD foot-fall- bed-sid- o OS Ml can be found xn at The largest stock of Saddlery aud Harness at subsoil priccs'j 1 V incident to material existence are no more. It is sad at all times lo part from loved ones, but grief cannot call them back. God knows his purposes, and human kind must trust implicitly in his work. Oxi: Who Lovkd Iltn Good Looks. Good looks arc more than skin deep, depending upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the Liver bo inactive, you have a bilious look, if your stomach bo disorcded you havo a dyspeptic look, and if your Kidneys bo affected you havo a pinched look. Secure good health and you will havo good looks. Electric Bitters is the great alterative and Tonic acts directly on these vitnl organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches, Boils and gives a good complexion. Sold atG. W. Short's Drug Store, 50c. per bottle. We carry a largo assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made frpm pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, SG.50, 87.50, $9.00 and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, 2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. Wc carry a line of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. We carry a lino of Novelties, such as Tail Tics, The Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. We have a largo lino of Collars, Ilaraes and Chains, Its principal place of transacting business at Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Cloverport, Hrccl e irldge County, Kontucky. Mr. C. P. Babbage will bo found at our shop ready to do all kinds The general nature of the business proposed to transuded Is to mine, dig, czca'ato, buy of repairs and make new work to order. be and sell shale and daj s, to manufacture, buy It will pay you to examine our stock. Skill-ma- A TMTH ng jll 1LiULaALjoj miJIWV0 W wav & 3J0 T - p SCOTT'S EMULSION PURE COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphites. PALATABLE AS MILK. Athfor Scott' JJmu7(o, and let no a lubttltut. Sold by all Drugalats. -- V inaugurated F 3, j OF ft PT planatton or tollettatton indue eootpt you to In April, 188S, &r ' : & h- - '4 'i 1 as President, and W. V. McCracken succeeded to the Presidency with Geo. A. mart lijr John R. f C0OO.00 1 r li WInff for u, t. Cooduiii.lrftjr.Vlnatwoik Kcailtr, Evans, of New York, jroii muf nut niaka aa much, but wo ran tea th yiutfjulrkljr tiowr lororn from fS 10 was made Secretary in Geo. II. more aayufo floaty t tliirt and op. IMJ afica(all age, lit any part of April, 18S0, which position he still holds. lAmtriitftyou tan eoimiifnr m Iiqiua, firing all our tint 1 apart m omenta only la J. D. Powers and 11. It. Pierce aro still AH .anew Grtat fcr tliawotk. every worker. Wo atari you, furalabtnff Ho docs not regret however, that untrrrthlnr. KA8ILY, Hl'Kl)lLY )aniC members of the Board of Directors, tlio l'Alf riCLXAUS IrUFK AdJraaa at onca, der a misconception of facts, some bllStbUX A I0.j milSaV only ones of tho charter members now friends have been ailenated to officially connected with tlio enterprise. somo extent by what they think unfair Tho hiikling of tho , Louisville, St. treatment, but concious oi the integrity Louis & Texas Railway inado possible of his purpose and of the rectitude of his tho construction of tho Fordsvillebrancb course, hevtrusts to tho future for n duo of whatever has been acContaining 300 acres, 200 acres from Irvington, with a spur to Hardins- appreciation with results in many inburg, "and also to tho Falls- - of Rough, complished, cleared , 100 in fine timber, situat- which was accomplished by voting a tax stances as yet undefined. ed on the Hardinsburg and Clover-po- rt upon themselves by the Hardinsburg The Germ Destroyer. Turnpiko, two miles West of precinct and a portion of tho old cut-oIx tho field of discovery and invention, Hardinsburg and eight miles East and McDaniel precinct, amounting in "of medicino has not kept paco with ofClovorpor. Eorty acres sown tho aggregato to $00,000, $49,000 Mc- Tjiat, perhaps, is natural ; servicosurgery. surgery which it is said .was turned over to in wheat, forty acres good corn Cracken & Co., tho Qther"$l 1,000 to tho Is, tho mechanical branch of medicino. ground, and twenty acres for oats, promoters "of flip cnterpriso for .securing Tho general acccptanco of the germ theory of disease, liowoycr, opens a now field ton acres for tobacco, the remaind- the road. fqr medicine, and will take it completely er in grass. This amount the section upon which away from tho mediaeval superstitions dwelling and Improvements, ono it is levied may find.a good investment, that still cling to its skirts. And yet two" tenant houses,1 two barns, and .1.1,'"lll.n .'1 II ! iT7 l UlllV .Ji .. IIVUH Wl flliu medicino is not witliout Its discoveries. Will !l IB IIUpUU .!. well supplied with wator the year main lino it may prove remunerative' to It lias long been known, and the fac is now recognized wherever the. test has round, two orchards, one boaring, the builders. been made, that Swift's Specifier (S.'s. S.) the other just sot out. Tho .construction of this1 road adds very will destroy the germs of itiamrial disease, This is a splendid farm and well much to tho prosperity of tho county tho microbes of skin, disease, and tho Will bo suited for raising stock. through which it passes, and the people bacilli of contagious and other forms of low price end on reason- generally viewing it in that light, weto blood poisoning, ejects them from tho sold at a able terms. For further, particulars anxious to hitvo it, ami many gave, free blood, and purifies and builds, up the ' system. No medical discovery of ourday right of way and othor inducements. ' address J. T..R0BARDS, has achieved such rentarkablo success. .Hardinsburg, Ky. OOTT A f BOWNE.Chamlats, N.Y. J. C. Fawcett resigned BURAS. WmL form-crly.go- -- Valuable Farm for Sale! V ff ( It no doubt would interest 6ome of the readers of your valuable paper to havo a few sketches concorning the littlo villago o( Buras and its surroundings. Buras is ten miles east of Hardinsburg, the county seat of Brcckenridgo county. Buras is surrounded with some of the best tobacco growing land iu the county, and tho resultjs wo havo soino of tho best tobacco raisers iu tho State, in our midst, Two miles south of us we havo a J. T.Sklllman, A. II. Sklllman, candidate, (on tho so said S. I). Vorls, Alliance- ticket) for tho Legislature, who Wm. Foor. bids fair to wear off the blue ribbon next August. Ho is a doctor, tobacco merch- TKq ant, farmer, a hustler and a nico man, LOUISVILLE, ICY. and that is what their party wants. I guess they havo changed thoir resoluSubscription Hates, Daily and Sunday, $10.00 tions as thoy first said thoy would not a year. Dally without Sunday, $3.00 a year, have any ono to represent them hut a Sunday, $S.OO a year, Weekly, $1.00 a year. full-fledg- and sell brick, tiling and othor produets of shale and clay, to boie for oils, gas, salt and other waters, and to transport and sell same, and to buy, sell, own, leasa, acquire, hold and transfer, such property, real and personal, as shall be detmed expedient for tbe proper conduct and management of its business. The amount of capital stock authorised is Fifty Thousand Dollars, $50 000 (divided into shares of one hundred dollars each), which mty be increased to one hundred thousand vote all dollars $100,000, by a the paid up capital stock at a regular or called meeting for that purpose. Said capital stock shall be paid In at suob times and upon such conditions as the board of directors shall order and direct. The incorporators heroin named shall be tho directors for one year after tho organisation of tbe company, and until their successors are elected and qualified. The time or tho commencement of tbe corporation Is the '414th day of March, A. D. 1891, and of the termination years thereafter, unless thereof, twenty-fiv- e s Vote of all sooner dissolved by up capital stock. the paid alTalrs of the corporation shall be con. The ducted by a board of directors, consisting of seven members, (who shall elect of their number a president, vico president, treasurer and shall also a secretary and manager) and said officers shall be o'ected upon the organisation of tbe company and annually thereafter. The highest amount o Indebtedness or liability, to which tbe corporation is at any time to subject Itself Is tbe sum of twenty-fiv- e thousand dollars ($25 000) Tho private properly of the stockholders Is to be exempt the corporate debts. O. W. Moorman, W. II. llowmcr, J. K. McCracken, three-fourtthree-fourth- 3D- - KCAIBLBTOIT. Hambleton House HARDINSBURG, KY. B0ING.TURPIN, - Proprietor. This house is now open for business. It has been thoroughly overhauled, repaired and refurnished throughout and is now in s condition. Wc solicit the traveling public to give us a call. Rates first-clas- BANK OF EAKDlHSBUIMr Capital Stock $25,000. B. F. BEARD, President. WILL MILLEll, VIco.PresIdent. M. II. 15EAHD, Cashier. "j Q. W. DEAHD MOIUUS ESKIUDOE J B. M. JOLLY. reasonable. B. G. Directors. TURPIN, Prop'r. IMTETEST PAID 0V TIME DEPOSITS. Loyisvile,Haulnstag& Western Taking R. R, No. 5 TIME TABLE. Effect at S.00 o'clock a. m. Sunday September 28, 1890. East Hound Trains West Hound Trains Dally I Dally Dally I Dully STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun ex Sun. ex Sun. No. 2 No. 6 No. 5 No. 1 BSOani 11 15am I.v Irvinelnn Ar 9 45am 6 15p 7 15 5nt5 OnfltfSrRICAN tiuiw jv -- AGENCyror 737 7 11 42 11 45 12 05pm Mini 23 715 82S 852 01U 0 47 10 15 102U 1213 12 1230 12 47 106 1 Courier Journal 1041 1101 11 12J 135 148 20 20pm 2 00pm Arl'orilllle Garfield llurneil Junction llardlnsburi; junction Kirk Jolly Glcndeanc llockvnle Uuth Asklns Oaks U 12 862 8 44 8 37 8 28 4 50 4 20 yA pamphlet of Information andab- nnnui me mwa,.nowintf now to. iUDiiin I'nieun, careal.. Trade i. 410 4 00 3 48 amies, uopvngnu. itr.t jtiuj. vlStrau MUNN & CU.y s3ul Urondnnr, Hew Yerk. 815 81)3 7 44 7' 323 3U0 220 1 46 720 120 12 48 712 1224 657 I.v 0 45am 12JJ0m Land THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH LIHE. (L. E. ' & ST. L. B. R.) - V V 'Buras cannot brag of her fine paved streets, (which are muddy all winter,) but she can brag of tho prettiest women in, tho world. Wo havo tho finest prospects for coal of any section in tlio county. There is stono coal mines on the farmer, of tho Sheriff widow E. F. Pile and John Alexander's ; also on the farm of C, C. Carman there is both stono and cannel coal, specimen of same can bo Parties inter st'en at tho News ofilce. ested in this line of business w ill do well to investigate this matter at an early ty Ifrmir.) The Weekly Courier-Journ- al SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO AND ALL POINTS Uas the largest circulation of any Democratic Newspaper in the United States and proposes to double or treble its already largo circulation. AND St. Louis, Evansville Time-Car- I have four or Are thousend acres of land belonging to the Cincinnati Cooperage Co.",' and other parties, lying in Breckenrldge and Hancock counties. Can sell a farm from 40 to 400 acres, at prices from $200 to flOOO. Musi have good payment down, Liberal deduction for all cash, but will give liberal time on safe trades. Hare several farms for rent. Address V. O. BURTON, J283m Rock Vale, Ky. for Sale. . 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Expreu Local Freight A: T. Local Tlmo Card. Hall sad Express going ' " Et West Et West East West " " The startling intelligence comes from Washington that another Republican has gone wrong. He was an attach co of the 10.05 .m. got..11.07 .m. U. S. land office, and is said to havo 5.58 p.m. ten away with several thousand dollars - 9 27 p.m. of thogovermont'smonoy. 11.10 a.m. 10.05 .m. ire authorliod to announce QUS. W. RICHARDSON, as a candidate for reelection to the Leglita tare from Meade county, subject to tbe action of the Democratic primary, Jane 13, 1891. Vt are authorised to announce T. P. OUNDIFF, as a candidate for the Legislature In Meade county. Subject to the action of the Demo cratic primary, June 13, 1SM1. ORGANIZATION. The present outlook for success with tlio Democratic party in tho approach ing Legislative struggles in this county docs not appear ns bright na we have seen it nt other times, but as wo havo said before, there is nothing ahead to create absolute distrust, or to put us in awe over tho final result. It may bo a little easily in tho action to begin to sunnis too much or to undertake to say what tho outcome may be, but ono thing is evident there is room for reflection, und a bit of counsel. Tho state of caso before us is quite similar in all respects to that we had a few years ago when Mr. Thomas J. Lewis defeated Thomas M. Miller for the Legislature in this county. Mr. Miller was tho Democratic nominee, and" Mr. Le wis was the people's candidate, and by a strong combination of circuma union of the Grangers stances, and Republicans, Mr. Miller was defeated. Long before the election camo ofTtho result could bo easily foreseen, because such a combination was powerful and practicably invincible. But the cose before us has more favorable surroundings, in as much as the opposing elements are not so strongly allied as yet. Thomas J. Lewis moreover was personally quite popular and had a following in tho county that few men ordinorly can bring together. Mr. Ilarned while apparently uon tho popular ao hasn't had that universal solicitation from tho different sections which would indicate that his election is a certainty at all buzzards. Tho popular and general uprising that generally preceds such a call. Now, what is to be done in tho premises by the Democrats, is the question ? The only plausible and effcetrvo method by which wo can successfully meet tho is by a complete and thorough organization of our forces in all districts To accomplish this in tho county. Democratic clubs should bo at onco organized and the young men in the various precincts put on active duty. Among o great a number as compose our party there is nothing ms effective for good reLet tho sults as thorough organization. young men then tako hold of the work, and at onco enter actively into the campaign. Tho titno has como when much All of the work devolves upon them. must not be left in a few hands, but should bo distributed in tho various sections, and each allowed to bear his In proportional share of tho burden. this alone can good results to our party be effectually brought about. In the person of Mr. D. II. Severs, who is to battle along the way until August, wo havo a leader of no bad order. Ho is an organizer, a worker, and ono who will instill a bit of enthusiasm among the boys all along the line. If left to work under a cold collar he may find his way rough and .somewhat rugged, but if inspired by his friends, the Democratic ires will burn brighter and gleams of hope will appear to cheer him on his way. It is a principle for which we battle, and not for tho perbonal gains of any individual. We, as Democrats, therefore should, one and all turn our shoulder to the wheel, and make the first Monday in August next; a gala day for Democracy in this neck of the woods. to-w- it, Dr. Winders, of Paynesvillo, was in caix has come from "Headquarters of tho National Reform Party," Fort town Saturday. Jefferson, Ky., to all those who favor Mr. W. J. Piggot, of Irvington, was in such a party to meotat their school house town Thursday-Mon tho Oth, of May, to sond delegalcs to Lawrence Lewis spent last week tho National Convention, which meets with his parents here. in Cincinnati, on tho 10th, of May. Now Miss Lena Drury is visiting Miss is tho question arises, where in tho h Georgio Morcmen this week. Fort Jefferson, Ky. Mr. Dick Willctt,of Leavenworth, Ind., paid our town n visit Saturday. Tin: "Reminiscences by an old timer" Mr. A. W. Morcmen left Sunday for a tliis week cover tho period of tho incop-tio- n and the labors and difficulties in few days stay in Hardinsburg. setting on foot tho building of our railMr. D. W. Lewis spent several days road. His statements are strikingly true last week on his farm, near Irvington. and recall to mind that our city made Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Malin and Miss A r. 1 prosperous by tho railroad owes to Hon. It. R. Pierce a depth of gratitude which sho can never repay. Wo all remember his labors in heat and cold, wet and dry, while sick and while well, at his own expense largely, and wo now sec and enjoy the fruit of those labors. While we can never compensate him for the years of labor expended, wo suggest that our people ought in some handsome way conrey to him ourappreciation of liis great work. Let some citizen suggest a way and lead in tho matter, and present to Mr. Pierce a testimonial befitting the circumstances that will show to him and tlioso who follow him, that in our day and generation we appreciate tlioso qualities and actions that confer blessings ou ipankind. It will bo to our shame, if we do not. Thoro is more Catarrh in this section the country than all other diseases put together, and until tho last few years For a was supposed to bo incurable. great many years doctors pronounced it n 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. Chenoy & Co., Toledo, O., is the only constitutional cure on tho market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acta directly upon the blood nnd mucous SJrfaces of tho system. They offer ono hundred dollars for any caso it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. BSySold by druggists, 75c. of PATESVILLE. Tho F. M. B. A. Lodge met at Clark's store Friday night. There was prayer meeting at the Baptist church Saturday night. Prof, Clark is out on the road representing a Library Association. Mr. W. A. Phelps, of Clarkson, is visiting tho family of Mrs. Simonton. Miss Jessio Kyler left Sunday for Knottsville, where she will take music lessons. Madame rumor says there will be a wedding in high circles here soon, perhaps more than one. Tho M. E. Sunday School met at .1 p. in., with Capt. Clark, superintendent and Miss Frymire, secretary. Who cares! For what? For education. Few as thoy should. No interest is more important, for education makes good citizens, at least it ought to. Good citizens, not wealth, makes a strong State. Do you care? How do you show it? Will you send your children to school when you havo tho opjiortunity. Times too hard. Can't afford it? You can afford anything that pays, better than anything else, in the long run. It pays you better to havo your children, your brothers s children, and your neighbors, well educated and useful than anything else you can do for them. Piiksiiiext Harrison on his trip through the South last week received quite a cordial welcome from the vast throngs of people who had gathered around the railroad stations to see him. Tho Presi- Lula Lewis went to Louisville Saturday. Mr. Geo. Frymire, of Louisville, spent Saturday and Sunday with friends here. Everybody is gardening and the farmers busy trying to make up for lost time. Miss Susie Richardson is onco more able to bo out, after an illness of several weeks duration. Mr. A. W. Morcmen will prepare a string of horses to visit the fairs of tho neighboring county's this next summer. Tho Louisville SaltJCompany succeeded in getting another very fine well last week, much better than any thoy have ever had. Quite a delegation from Louisvillo was down Tuesdoy to sec the new well that was finished at tho Louisville Salt plant last Saturday. Mr. A. W. Morcmen has his now track completed nnd is speeding liis trotters daily. His horses possess both beauty and speed, and will doubtless make Meado county famous yet. Mr. Bob Green, who is employed in a railroad office In Louisville, had ono of his eyes injured last week. A boy shot him with a pin, fortunately tho head instead of the point struck tho oyo. Ho is at homo now, and Dr. Pusey is treating the wounded member. r; Mr. P. W. Hardin, candidate for Mr. G. G. Gilbert, candidate for Attorney General and Major Norman, candidato for State Auditor, spoko hero Mr. Hardin bundled the Saturday. tariff question in an able manner. Mr. Gilbert is an historical speaker and took his hearers back to the foundation of Democracy. Major Norman had time only for a short speech, but niado every word count. Thoy were all exponents of Democracy and able speakers. A good story was told mo by ono of our neighbors not long since, and as ho was one of tho chief actors in tho case, Ho went its truth can be vouched for. to church ono night accompanied by his son, a lad of twelve or fourteen summers, and as he was rather mischievously inclined he was taken up in tho Amen corner with his father. At the close of the sermon tho father was called upon to pray. As soon as tho son, who had gono to sleep (a privilege older lads often indulge in) heard his father's voice, ho raised up and yelled, "yes." Tho father took in tho situation at a glanco. Tho boy was in tho habit of being called early to make fires, but ho continued tho prayer, the boy still hearing his father's voice, once more raised up and yelled, "yes, I'll be there as Boon as I get my breeches on." It is needless to say confusion reigned and tho prayer remained unfinished. Tho minister was confused, he forgot to dismiss tho congregation, and the small boys thought it tho jolliest church going, thoy had over experienced. Gov-crpo- dent from tho reports is enjoying tho trip, and makes a speech at nearly every stopping place. At Birmingham, Ala., in liis spcecli ho said, "Tho American home is one thing wo cannot alferd to lose out of the American life. As long g as we have pure homes and order, loving fathers and mothers to rear the children that are given them, and imiko these homes the abodes oi order, clean linens, piety and intelligence, the American society and tho American union are safe." Wo quote this to show that a Republican President is sometimes given to saying a good thing as well as other people. God-fearin- If food sours on the stomach, digestion is defective. De Witt's Littlo Early Risers will remedy this. The famous littlo pills that never gripe and never disappoint. Sold by G. W. Short. LITTLE DIXIE. The Ladies Delighted. The pleasant effect and perfect safety Mr. Agnow's littlo child is very ill. with which ladies may uso tho liquid Mr Allen, of Louisville, is down seeing fruit laxative, Syrup of Figs, under all conditions make it their favorite rem-d- to his farm. There will be a now stilbhouso erected It is pleasing to tho eye and to the taste, gentle, yet effectual in acting on at this place in a short time. tAs I havo not seen any nows from this the kidnoys, liver and bowels. placo lately I'll endeavor to send a few SAMPLE. items. Mr. Owen Cunningham of Union Star, Lagrippo lias about gono out of date in made a flying trip to see his parents last tills vicinity, Mr Lee Walls went to Louisville last Sunday. week. Miss Lizzie Warren and Mr. Ed. Tobin Mrs Mollie McKaun is verv fow with were the guests of Mias Jennie Stallman, last Sunday eve. consumption. There has been a great deal of sickness Miss Mollie Beaucliamp of Falls of Rough, is visiting Misses Hattie Beauch-am- p in our vicinity, but nm glad to say all and Pearl Wall. have about recovered. , ' Of all the buds that ever was, Miss Miss Rurt Cunninglmn, who is teachMollie says an Elder Bud is sweetest. ing tho spring school here, this being her Mr J. M. Mattingiy and wife and Miss first, is progressing nicely. Emma Brickoy visited at Preston, SaturMr. Bloom Purr is keeping bachelors day and Sunday hall again this year, but wo think tho way Messrs Crawford Beaucliamp and Juno ho makes his calls out on the flats that Mattingiy killed a mole Sunday evening he will soon deprive himself of such a which wore a gold ring on tho four finger life. of the left hand It is quite a curiosity, Mr. Jack Ackcrman, of Rome, and Juno baa preserved it. Mr. Lee, of Franklin'Co, took dinner with Mr. Burt Cunningham April 8th. Mr. Hawkes' Wonderful Glasses. Ackerman camo up aftcrhis sister Mrs. As we read Mr. Hawkes' testimonials Crafton Cunningham whoso father is very from Governors, Senators, Legislators, low. men of science and distinguished citizens Mrs Jano Cunuighum, of this placo, is throughout tho United States, who testi visiting her sister Mrs Avitt, who has fied to having had their eyes improved, anil RnmnHmpH mKtnrnil liv Mm no, nt lifu been very sick but is some better. While celebrated glasses, wo realize that a class there sho went to Union Star to sco her that will reflect such brilliancy of light daughter, Mrs Noah Cunningham, of as to enable tho wearer to see as In youth Louisville, who is visiting her sister, and to read by caudle or other artificial light, surely is to bo desired by all spect-acl- o Mrs. Owen Cunningham. wearers. All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by Purifies tho blood, increases tho circu-latieG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. expels poisonous humors and builds up tho system. What more do you An Attractive1 Combined POCKET AUiAWAO want a medicine to perform ? De Witt's and MEMOltANDUH HOOK advortlilmr BUOWN'M lUOM hittkiih Sarsaparilla is reliable. Sold by G.VW. the ljet Tonic, k! en wiy t HruK Short. """ general store. Api'ir y. n, The various candidates for Governor have already been to Louisville and selected their headquaitcra during, the May fitato Convention, where they will Hon. John entertain their friends. Young Brown will receive in rooms 101 and 103 at tho Willurd. Gen. P. W. Hardin will occupy rooms 103, 107 and 112 at tho same hotel. Hon. Cousins M. Clay Jr., will probably have rooms at tho Gait House. Pjiemihext Livingston, of the Georgia Fanners' Alliance, declares that Southern Alliances Mill not participate in the third party convention, called by President McG rath, of tho Kansas Alliance, to meet at Cincinnati. Ho says that has no authority to commit Alliance members to such n policy. tho Sbcrktahv Phoebe Board of Ijuly managers of the World's Fair, has been dejwsed from office by tho Board's executive Committee. Cousins, of Tub beautiful flowers havo como to stay, says tho poet. Yes, but what about the English sparrows ami tho Farmers' Alliance ? Greek Must Go. Tho most dangerous attack on Greek In tho schools nnd colleges yet seen was V. (1. HABBAUF. Hftltor made the other day in England nt a meeting of the head masters of tho Eton, . L, H. & W. TIME TABLE Uarrow, Rugby, Winchester WestminO0INO WKST. ster, Charter Ilouso, St, Paul's, Clifton Pastenger Dally arr. HarJlnl)ur..l2:05 p m. and other bcIiooIs one of their usuaf Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. .. 7:48 n.m. gatherings. It annual or GOINO RART. was led. or In fact made, by Mr. Well-doPassenger Dally arr. Hardin. burg.. 8:55 a.m. tho head master of Harrow. Ho Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. 3:51 p.m. " advocated tho abolition of obligatory Greek both nt school and college and Hon. T. R. McIJeath is nt tho Board the substitution of scienco or modern Hotel. languages, on two grounds. The lirbt was tho need of adapting edThe M. E. church is undergoing some ucation to individual tastes nnd capacity. needed repairs. Tho second in the interest of Greek Hon. A. B. Montgomery. Elizabethtown, study Itself wos that the Greek lanwas in town last Monday. guage might be left in tho hands of tlioso S . who really loved it. and could cultivate State Senator, 'J. S. Wortham, LitchJ it with success to a sort of classical field, was in tho city last Monday. elite, in short, who would rescuo it from Tou Dr. Ben. Harncd, candidato for Repreits degraded condition as tho bugaboo of sentative, was in town last Monday. sluggards. There was a good dunces and Hon. Thos. Ditto and wife, of near deal of discussion, pro nnd con, which Brandenburg, are visiting relatives hero. elicited nothing very now, but Mr. Well-do- n came within two votes of carrying Tho young men who went down to tho his resolution, this adverse majority c Falls of Rough fishing last Monday had obtained by the ndheslon of two of fine luck. the BUialler schools. Wo doubt if anything so ominous for The railroad did a lively business last Greek has yet occurred, for the English vw Monday. All tho trains camo In loaded public schools are its (stronghold today, . t with people. nnd indeed England may be said to be " McDonald Bros, were hero Monday its main champion. It has never struck making arrangements to begin work on such deep roots in education and general culture on the continent or in this counthe new jail at once. try. New York Nation. Messrs. A. W. Morcmen, C. C. Fairleigh Tim Iron I'ort far the World. and C' II. Wathcn, attorneys, froim Escanaba is the county seat of Delta Brandenburg, are stopping at the Beard connty, Mich. It lies at tho foot of the Hotel. great pino forests nnd overlooks Littlo Wat Skillman died at the homo of his Day do Noquot, tho head waters of Green brother, R. S. Skillman last Wednesday buy. Five years sineo it was practically of consumption. Ho was in liis 53d. b village in tho wilderness. According to Mr. Nursey's carefully year. written report, capable of tho fullest Rev. Brandon, Cloverport, was here verification, Escanaba is tho greatest last week, and preached a number of in iron port of the world. Ho tells ns that teresting sermons, nt tho Methodist during tho navigation season of 1800 it shipped 8,700,000 tons of iron ore, or church South Roscb Eskridgo and Bony Bell, nearly doublo that of ull tho oro ports of Mr. and who havo tho contract to build Mrs. Michigan, Wisconsin output Minnesota combined. Its lnmber amounted DeJernett's now residence, nro getting to about 120,000.000 feet, while the ready to begin work on it at once. freight capacity of tho vessels entering W. J. Hendrick, Barry South, John S. ond clearing from its port exceeded Rhea, Rov. J. C. Overstrcet, R. N. Mil- 8,000,000 tons. This compares with tho greatest seaports of tho ler, II. S. Hale, D. It. Murray, P. Wat tonnages of the world, which are: (1) London, 19,000,000; Hardin, and J. A. Murray, registered at (2) Liverpool, 14,000,000; (8) New York, the Turpin House, Monday. 11,000,000, nnd next comes Escanaba Our Brass Band was out Monday night, with 0,000,000 tons. Iron. and gave the candidates, at the hotels a Uoiore the Camera. serenade. Hon. P. Wnt Hardin, J. 8. If yen nro short and stout don't ask t'ne Rhea, W. J. Hendrick, and Mr. South, poor artist to make a picture of you full each camo out and responded in very length. Ho will, if you insist; but he appropriate speuches. knows ho is doing a great wrong thereNotice: I have just opened a. large and by. Nothing is so graceful and pleasing in a picture of a stout lady as a bitting handsome lino of millinery goods. Everybody, and the ladies especially are invited half length, the figure so turned as to stoutness. Again, if to call and cxamino my stock. Turpin hido tho too too you aro slim and angular, do not for an House west side public square. Hardinsinstant forget that a full length figure burg. E. I. Gimts. will mako you appear moro slim and Hon. James Blackburn, candidate for angular. Then tho pretty bust picture State Auditor, was hero Monday, and is your only hope and you should insist along with the other candidates mado a on hnving no other. If a gentlemnn has a very long neck--no speech at tho Court House. It was his matter how nicely ho looks in a high first appearance 'before a Breckenridge collar his picture if taken" in such a county audience and ho made a good hit. high affair would look grotesque. A There was a very good vote polled here short neck nnd high collar, n long neck in tho primary election last Saturday for nnd low turned down coli,r by all means. loud stripes, no great chocks, no Reprensativo considering there was no No striking figures Bhould bo worn in a contest over tho race. Mr. Severs, who photograph. One thing bear in mind is tho nominee, is very well satisfied when you visit the studio bring along with the votes he received, and thinks your home expression. Don't spend two ho will have no trouble in getting days before you como to tho studio pracOS? ticing poses and different expressions bethrough. UPEO For Trlr fee 2YtARS FoRRllELtlMAtoM fore your mirror, nnd, lastly, give tho The following are the names of the" photographer tho benefit of exercising APE UMr RACK fDOAnJcrY. grand jurymen empanelled at this term liis artistic and professional ability. Ufl lPftflPAVci Oflp APPLICATION fjREf CROUP of court: R. A. Brashear, foreman; L. Photographer in Ladies' Home Journal. PSEDY ?Vg7 RlcHARDPtJ-TAYLr?MEB- fp. II. Adkisson, Val Tucker, Geo. Barkloy, I"!". Mrs. Stuart's Good Work. Hiram McCoy, Robt. Wells, W.J.Owen, It is not a wonder that men should G. B. Cunningham, Win. Rhodes, Richlook with astonishment on a woman ard Burdett, John DcJernett, John Cook, who undertakes to build nn institution. THE OLD RELIABLE Robt. Smith, Win. Hawkins, F. R. Many a woman of advanced ideas would Roberts, nnd Leo Walls. bo dumfonnded to find a member of her sex so far ahead of her ago. Women It is quite the fashion now to tako De aro feeling their way slowly nnd secretsuccessfully. Tho female beneWitt's Little Early Risers for liver, stom- ly but of New York city aro many, but factors GENERAL MERCHANT ach and bowel disorders. Thoy nro small unknown. Of wealthy families, thoy dispills, but mighty good ones. G. W. Short like notoriety, and so long as they see Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, sell them. their pet project blossom into success Notions, Hardware and Queenswaro. Big stock just received for tho they sink their own indi- Spring trade. I handle tho Michigan and flourish Preamble and Resolutions on the viduality into tho nbyss of humanity Grower, Corn and Wheat Grower, Fertilizers, Homestead Tobacco Jarvis Tobacco Fertilizer, Drill nnd rest content death of Win. B. Head, adopted A new asylum for destitute children Phosphates. Theso goods aro equal to any in the market and sold low by Johnston Lodge, No. 294 Give mo a call. Is to bo built near Central park. Fow down for Cash. F. and A. M. April 11th, 1891 people know that tho land and every Wiieueas, It has pleased the Grand stick of timber that constitutes its frame Master of the universe to call from our was purchased by a woman. Yet it was. midst our beloved brother, Win, B. Head And that woman was Mrs. Robert Stuart. Sho is bordering on the silver age and, of sixty, yot sho is full of geniality and Wiieheas, In tho death of brother sociability. , Head this Lodge has lost n zealous and "My husband was a benevolent man, devoted member. and when ho died I mado It nfy life's Tiieiikfoiie, Be it resolved, that wo motto to carry out his intentions," said me if point to tho life, character and work of she. "Money is of no avail to happy."I cannot mako some ioor people brother Head as being an example to bo Now York Recorder, JssssssssssssssssssssPVMIissssssssssssssKsisilIsir ssWlIJiPsssssssssssssssssssssHP emulated by all tho members of our frayttttaaaHkMI 10 fjrv & A VX r$h ' NOTICE. ternity. Tho Hardinsburg Normal Institute will M HrWiSW31sKBMBB!slBfe-e- 3 lletohed, that wo tender to tho family open a term Monday, Juno 8, 1891, to of th'o deceased brother our sincere sympathy for their deep bereavement nnd prepare Teachers for the examination. R. P. Shacklett, Prin. distress. DEPARTMENT. sH SPRING . ,; :M -:.: somi-annu- n, 1 8 Q ' : .1 .!l J iM et ,a v- - X JE'-v- 4 , Do ' " know. i 7, A: vv" bo-In- The Leaders,!! -, ''I - jrv :s . yw&l 4 i f'l i' J& -- .- . LKzu-m- Specially this week i xs?a m h More New Styles, Handsome Selections, i Choice Novelties. r "- - v' VEST'S, v3 "r-t- Xf-- 21 i CLOVERPORT, ZY. p i IGHTNIN6 M Jr .n FOR MAIM mmmi BEAST TS SjKfl ! - 'Sl Jt X4 vi '. y Movl if V wrsF-xmeAr-Hf- A. A. RICHARDSON A. A. RICHARDSON, Wm. Deering & Co. Binders and Mowers SX lsti..........HW9iHiiHHPBBp!ilflPV jOsassssBli, Jaaatt. Ml Lm jnsi3 that our lodge bo draped in mourning nnd tho brethren wear the usual badge of mourning for sixty days. llemh , that a copy of t heso resolutions bo bent to the family of tho deceased, a IlesoJml, Hardinsburg, ICy. MM('lBr"nbrTiMBrsfflfcMssiffiC copy spread upontho minutes of tholodgo and a coj.y sent to tho Bukckkniuihik News, for publication. S. SCROFULA blood, which, accumulating In tho glands of tho neck, pro- ftfl j in JV1B Wm tjnMUi JMlTiiiiliiiiiiHiBiiiiiiiiiHVM.UniliiMilHiiiiiiiiflBvflHiiiiiiiiiiiiiimE:. iMjjMLlssisssMBIrTWssssssssssl 'Mi.JsmsMEIJJH olsssVZiisfssssssisssssssssssin'-E- ' i aiGiMlil ussssMPuai iittui,. ...luHHnankKiiMm llf.sviai ilUhjihTV.. .1 fcr-rwM- i vmnissssi - It Is that Impurity in tho ..,m!UrtWJJ i mv - IVHMakit T au..r.- - T. G. Jonno.v. Committee. A.M. Glasgow. J I'ulaniiril liy UN H.iy Clmlr. A distinguished citizen pubsed away recently under circumstances which will nrousa n feeling of sorrow i.i tlioso who realize how life might havo been preserved. Oamncl 0. Cobb was ono of tho sturdiest of Bastotiians. But grudually ho began to fail hi health, with such slowneaithat tho decline was not noticed until it hud yone far, very far, but with a fatal nirutiesa that no medical skill could nt the last avert. It was all a mystery. The physicians doctored him for this nn.l for that, surmising now ono iliseaws and another, until nt tho last moment, just few weeks before his death, thoy discovered the real trouble. Arsenical poisoning was at tho root, and that poisoning- - had been steadily going on for years. His curtains, his wull paper, and, moro particularly, his favorite easy chair, were made of material that contained the deadly arsenic, and tho poor man had unkuowjngly been breathing i.i the ttoison while supposing he was resting and gaining strength. It was very Bad. Boston Cor. Now York Commercial Advertiser. J. Pakks.) Mc-Gra- th duces unsightly lumps or swellings; which causes painful running sores on tho arms, legs, or feet; which dcveloncs ulcers In tho eyes, cars, or nose, often causing blindness or deafness; which is tho origin of pimples, cancerous growths or the many other manifestations usually ascribed to "humors;" which, fastening upon tho lungs, causes consumption and deaUi. Dclng the most ancient, It Is tho most general of all diseases or affections, for very few persons aro entirely tree from It. "a9KMMl ..iui MiiisiiH,taIW,!'l ,.iBssss?9piliiik.TBl!r: Headquarters for FARM MACHINERY EMPIRE CORN DRILLS, BROWN'S CORN PLANTERS, URA CLIPPER, AVERY, MEIKLE, SOUTH BEND PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOT'S and Hay Rakes II. J. & L. SING LE SHOVEL PLOWS, BUQGIES, CARTS, PHEATONS and SPRING WAGONS LIME, SALT, CEMENT, BRICK, SHINGLES and LATHS, DOORS and SASH. How Can It Bo CURED This country had better look out for trouble. Anna Dickinson and aunt Photbo Cousins are both on tho war path. Puesident Harrison in his swing around tho circlo is putting up his fences for 1892 By taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, by the remarkablo cures it has accomplished, often when other medicines havo failed, has proven Itself to be a potent and peculiar medlclno for this disease. Somo of these cures nro really wonderful. If yoif suffer from scrofula, bo euro to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. "Every spring my wlfo and children bavo been troubled with scrofula, sores breaking out on them in various places. My little boy, tbrco years old, has been a tcrrlblo suSercr. Last sprlnghe was ono mass of sores fronihead to feet. I was advised to uso Hood's Sarsaparilla, and wo have all taken It. Tho remit is that all havo been cured of the scrofula, my little boy being entirely free from sores, and all four of my children look bright and healthy." f, B. Athkbton, Passaic City, N J. Boldbyslldraggtitt. flsUforf. I'repweJonlj bj O, I. HOOD A CO., ApotbcarlM,LowU, Hut (Jilfbrated Cleveland Dryer Fertilizers. PAINTS, STQVES1 A careful PAINTS! STOVES ! PAINTS! STOVES! ' inspection of Goods and Prices is solicited before buying,- - Hood's Sarsaparilla HENSLEY & JOLLY, a ' - 3 ,,. " .", .w -- j -. , ..,.....,viV ' 100 Doses One Dollar ' Farmer' Supply House, lUnmNsuuna, Ky. ,u.W--- iri irsTMsMir"'" -- 1'" r"" ' r " "'T'- - " -- -- " Z. -- zr M rf' ' -- " - i1JA1i-'- Xd.JsWSi niflp' 11' ft 1 l Knioke JfatoffiGs iVVIJ 1H- Mr. J. eigne. was quito sick Monday. M. Bell tlic World OPENING OF CIRCUIT C0UHT AT HARDINSBURQ. A Big Day and the Town Running Both tlio method and results when Syrup of Figs js taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho tosto, and acta gently yctpromptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, diupcls colds, s and fevers nnd cum habitual constipation. Syrun c "gs is tho only remedy of its kinu ever produced, pleasing to the tastd and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in ifcr i;uuu.imuiciuy ucncncmi in 11a head-ache- wiw reported better yesterday. Tho negroes of tliis city have applied to the city council for a school building, on account of taxes paid by them for which they have never received any bem-ilts- . The matter was referred to a committee. Constipation, blood-poisofever I Doe-torbills and funeral expenses cost about two hundred dollars; Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers cost a quarter. Tako your choice. Sold by G. W. Short. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Oelzo gave a very elegant birthday party Inst Friday night, in Iionor of their daughter, Miss Ellicl, who was thirteen. A number of Miss Ethel's playmates wero present and enjoyed a delightful evening. Tho Busy Deo Society, of tho first Bni-tichurch, of Owcnsboro, will run nn Excursion from Henderson, Owcnsboro and all way points to Louisville, Tuesday, April 28. Faro from this city, Holt, and Stcphcnsport $1,50, from I.odiburg and Irvington $l,00.TjcXct for salo nt Fish- - lie READ THIS for yourself; If you need one for your boy ; If you want the best in the city I A Propo$ion-"IF-" Over With People. If you need a Suit ILv I a rciv oamuati:s rnr.snixT. Last Monday was a grand all around day at Hnrdlnsburg. Circuit Court opened in tho fornoon with Hon. T. 15. McBeath on tho bench ami the Hon. C. It. Wathcn the acting prosecntiug attorney. But littlo business was transacted in tho morning, tho formation of tho grand jury, and tho usual chargo to them by tho district Attorney consuming, all of tho tinio up to noon. Tho first day of a Circuit Court is never a day for transacting of much legal business. Evcry-bod- y that can got to tho County Scat go there on tho first day of Court, as much out of a matter of custom and to meet and mingle with the crowd as any thing else. Last Monday was ah exceptionally fino day, tho beginning apparently of actual weather, and tho turn out at the " e' ; st want it at a very moderate price; want it for less than Eastern trash; want honest and square dealing ; want good and true values ; present; don't want any If you don't want to pay for any gifts ; If you don't want to be humbugged; If you don't want Eastern factory trash; And come to us. If you If you If you If you If you A,f so-call- ed If you need a new " " " " .' ." .'"v'';:Y' . -- . HAT, CAP, TRUNK, .- pm-int- ,;':.;'& -." valise, -- NT & " ':r,V STRAW HAT, UNDERWEAR, i . SCXJDB3ivE13S'Z,ft' eliable" Clotliiers Id GO TO THE c o T market sts., louisville, ky tf V Footo had la grippe, and having a very largo practice has been compelled to ride when ho was really unable to bo out, ho is now suffering from a complication of WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1801. diseases. BEWLEYVILLE. Bo suro to call at tho Cash Storo Friday and Saturday, May 8th, and 0th, and buy Hurrah for Severs. you a suit of clothing, from a wholesalo Fishing is quito tho style. , merchant that will bo there, you will Farmers aro planting corn this week in save money by buying your clothing on earnest. tlio now plan adopted by tho Cash Store. Wholesalo merchant to meet tho peoof Guston, was Hon. Gus. Richardson, ple at tho Cash store, Bowloy villc, Ky., I in town Friday. Friday and Saturday, May 8th and 0th, Bo sure you visit tho Cash Store next Breckenridge News. J. Fred M I for sihv Kid. Mrs. K w lb' 81, R! n It- I ! t ,h ' 2 . '. m r0 !' i st. vweek. Mrs. C. 0. Stith spent several days last week with her mother, near Ekron. Tho Cash Store is securing a handsomo line of spring goods, call and see them. Mr. Geo. Nowman, of Irvington, was in town Friday. Mr. G. P. Paul and son aro back at their old stand. Mr. H. W. Drury returned from tho city Friday morning. Miss Galloway closed her writing school, at this place Saturday. Miss Katie Burkhart returned homo Friday, after a visit of three months to her uncle, Mr. Gus Dowell, of Ekron. Sheriff DcJernette, of Hardinsburg, was in town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. Dowell and Mrs. M. Bennett, were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bennett, Thursday. Tlio Cash store gives highest market prices for all kinds of country produce, and sells goods of all kinds at the lowest cash prices. Mr. Geo. Mercer, of Rosetta, was in town Saturday. Miss Lucy Frank's fino saddlo and harness horso "Joe" is a victim of distemper in a very peculiar form, the disease having effected tho heart. Miss Georgia Bassett was visiting tho family of Mr. W. W. Keath last week. Johnson and Drury will shoo your horse, mend your plow, sell you a wagon, or in fact do anything for you in tho line of first class or blacksmiths ; if you don't believe it give them a trial. Col. Ed. Bennett, of Summerseat, was in town Wednesday. "Mr. Bosley, representing Levi, Now-burg& Co., Louisville, was in town Saturday. Misses Sue and Jennie Cox, and Miss Annio Hodges attended church at Bethel Sunday. Messrs. S. J. McCoy, B. F. McCoy, Alfred Payne and D. II. Wilson, spent several days last week in Louisville. Dr. P. W. Footo is quito ill at his homo near this place ; tomo time since Dr. -wood-workmer 1801. Mr. Bosely representing one of the largest wholesalo houses in Louisvlllo will bo at the Cash store on tho abovo dates with n full lino of men's and boys' clothing. You will then have an opportunity to make your own selection from this largo stock, which carries all grades from tho cheapest cottonado to tho finest that is handled by tho wholesalo coss-imer- es trade. This is a new idea in handling clothing and tho nearest possible approach that a retailer can make to wholesalo rates. In selling in this way I will have no capital invested and no stock to carry over from season to season as all lhat I buy will bo sold before I buy it, all misfits will bo taken biKik and returned to tho wholesaler without oxpenso to tho buyer. As this is a experiment that will bo greatly to tho advantage of tho consumer you ought to encourage it by giving it a big send oft on this, it's first trial. Como and seo whether you buy or not. If you want a new suit it will pay you big for a lost day and a ride of fifteen or twenty miles. A Daring Projecu One of tho features of the coming electrical exhibition nt Frankfort-on-the-Mai- n will be tho transmission of power on a scale hitherto never attempted." When it was announced somo months ago that it was proposed to transmit 100 horse power from to Frankfort, a dlstauco of more than one hundred miles, tho statement was received with smiles of incredulity, but now it seems quito probable that not only will the experiment bo tried, but that it will succeed, in spite of tho engineering difficulties that havo to bo surmounted. Tho government has been asked to supply lino for the purpose, and on used tho expense will not necessarily be at all sovere, for tho use of very high potential alternating currents is tho feature of the schemoaaat present planned. The alternating generator will supply a step-u- p transformer, that in turn will transmit its secondary current at an enormously high potential along the line, ed by a step-d- o wn transto be former at Frankfort to a potential practicable for an alternating motor. A series of experiments carried out recently at Oerlikon involvo tho use of pressures as high as 83,000 volts on tholine. At such a potential the current transmitted becomes so small that the lino is a relatively small factor in tho losses even though it bo of the extreme length proposed. Nothing can better illustrate tho characteristic advantages of the alternating system than this beautiful process of generating and utilizing currents nt a moderato potential and transmitting them from station to station at a pressure so enormous that the losses in transit become insignificant. Electrical World. Lanffen-on-the-Neck- ESTABLISHMENT in) LOOK is-SS3 &y 2 WE ARE OP ! )ODS iili a house full of H SULZER'S CLOVERPORT, KY. I W G bLES, PERFUMES, SOAPS, SDICINES of ALL KINDS. wm I u to call and see. in largo or small qualities, any color. JVC ish.es, Brushes. and that right away, so now is our time to buy. I JL 3D IE ! I What Is Made By Buying your 'ine of Chemicals. G. W. SHORT, I 4 WHY? MONEY IS MADE OP lything in our line it will pay CLOVERPORT, KY. f j)eesiji DRUGS!! SS'-SS- Olio Mulnu I.oy. jer, Ho keeps constantly in stock the Celebrated Elizabcthtown Hams and Turo Leaf Lard. EVERY PIECE GUARANTEED. Goods promptly delivered to any part of the city. R. E. MOORMAN, c 5 Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. The best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box For salo by G. W. Short, Clover-por- t, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky. Round the World In ElcMy Diryg. The first of tho new vessels of tho Canadian Pacific line, built to establish communication between Vancouver and Japan, has left Liverpool for Vancouver, and she takes with her a number of passengers at an inclusivo chargo of 120 for an trip. The vessel Li a ranguiflent specimen of, tho skill of tho English shipbuilder. Her complement of passengers is full, and these glorified trippers aro toned ta bo bock in England within eighty days after their departure from Liverpool They will go by way of the Suez canal and the Indian and Pacific oceans, and will cross Canada on the Canadian Paciflo line. London Tit-Bits v & l Tlio son of Mr. Alvin Howes, of is considered about tho smartest boy in this section. Ho is 0 years old and is master of Grcenloafs Completo Arithmetic, having interest, equation of paymmts, mensuration, square root, cube root, etc., at his tongue's end. Ho will perform calculations with largo numbers readily without Mate or pencil, and rarely, if ever, mako a mistake. With him a thing one o learned is never for gotten. Ho bi'gim to learn geography when ho was U years old by hearing his brothpr reciting his lessons to his mother, and now it is next to uu impossibility to ask him a question in that study that ho cannot readily answer. He has a hotter kuowledgo of physiology than most teachers possess, nnd withal is quito a politician, being better posted on tho events of tho day than many who go to tho polls nnd voto. He has not been drilled at homo to show off; ho has only been assisted when ho called for help. Ho is a well doveloped, healthy looking child of modest and pleasing manners. Hartland Cor. Pittsfield (Me.) Advertiser. A beautiful skin, bright eyes, sweet breath, good appetite, vigorous body, puro blood and good health result from the uso of Do Witt's Sarsaparilla. It is sold by G. W. Short. Pal-myr- .i, IDTfJKTKT. GO'S IT iH his TRADE HMP MARK. H rure m awuone Meal auDan.-ofactVLree- mmtsmmmmmxmmwxmim H t In 1883 -n- y UUJ'iJ' AT t(h OCTROY, ES1D..OD GREGORY & CO., Agents, Only Toy 1 1 I I l l Easter fell on March 25, and it will only onco again in this century, namely, in 1891, fall on so early a date. Inthothreo following conturicsit will occur only eight times on tho Bamo dato Dates Tor Kustcr. CLOVERPORT, KY. As the war with Italy is over, and business has settled down, wo arc displaying tho largest lino of -- iY1 amely, in 1031, 2035, 2010, 2057, 2103, 2114, 2125 and 2108. Tho enrliest dato on which Easter can fall is on March 22, and this only in caso tho moon is full on March 21, whon this dato happens to fall'on Saturday. This combination of : Ladies' Spring and Summer:- - ni te V Mrs. tho handsomo lino and scarfs, tidies, towels arid tablo cloths. Tho newest, latest and most stylish things jn Spring and Suinmer styles of bonnets, and hats, can bo found at Mrs. Kugeno Haynes. You will bo cured without infliction if you tako "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," for Chills and Fever. Pleasant to take. Guaranteed. Sold by J. W. Owen. F. II. Balhnan, tho baker, has put in a $500. soda fount. It is a very handsomo one, and tho lovers of that bevorago can bo accommodated this summer. I want to closo out all of my Stoves to make room for a now lino, nnd to do this I am giving forty pieces of ware with J. L. Miller. every Stove. fresh, clean asAn entire now stock, sortment, lowest cash prices, prompt attention to orders is what you can expect when you buy your millinery from Mrs. Eugono Haynes. Tho crowd nt Hardinsburg Monday was simple immense. On tho train that came in at noon, standing room was at premium. It was a big harvest for tho hotols and'Hvory stables. . v. w. Sattorwhlte has resiirned his on tho L. St. L. position as & 'iv,i to ftCCPt a similar position on tho Louisvlllo Southern. Mr. It. N. Hudson succeeds him, and has chargo of tho entire lino. Mr. T1oh J Jolly of Bowleyvillo, sonde to this offioo samples of Very fino wool from his cuttings this spring. Mr. Jolly is one of tho leading and progrmivo of that section, and makes sheep wool a peciuty, ana is wo arc glad nd to say succeeding admirably.! seo road-mast- V 11V1 dUVVUl ILV. Duncan invites yqiuto call. .will probably do so Monday. The suits wero to voto b'ctwecn them. Mr. of dresses Owensboro Inquirer. ?1 y ' will bo appealed, Hend- - Catarrh, neuralgia, rhoumatism nnd most diseases originate from impure blood. .Cleanse it, purify it with Do Witt's Sarsaparilla and health is restored, strength regained. Sold by G. W. Short. TOBINSPORT, IND. Farmers aro busy plowing for corn. Tlio prospect for nil kinds of fruit is good. straw-berrie- s. lev. ,rick nnd Mr. Rhea both, engaged them selves into tho good will of tho peoplo here, and when Convention day comes on it will bo hard to guess who will get tho countio's instructions between them. Taken all in all tho day last Monday was a much enjoying one for Democrats nnd a it was tho opinion of all, that our party could bo kept in better trim if they could como oftcner and moro of them. an liasy Embracing ovorything kept in first-clas- circumstances is extremely rare. It occurred in 1300, 1701 and 1817, and will happen again in 1000, 2070 nnd 2144, whilo during tho threo following centuries it is not onco "on tho books" at this early dato. On tho other hand, Easter nover falls later than April 25 ; this was tho caso in 1000, 1734 nnd 1880, nnd will only happen onco in tho next contury namely in 1013. Pall Mall Gazotto. Dress Goods Ever offered to this trade, such as Agents "Wanted. Good uctlvo men wanted to canvass the school districts In Breckenridge, Hancock and Meado counties. Experience not necessary to success. Will pay a salary oi 3,uu per uay guaranteed, Apply at onco to tho undersigned s Btove, MADIAS CLOTHS, OASSIMEEES, OUTING CLOTH, GINGHAMS And all tho latest patterns in Jp. r.v '&r . "a ; L at Stephensport Ky., A.T. BLAIN. John Cockroll has just finished putting out tlircq acres of for sick headache, chronic constipation, Miss Annio May has moved her organ of O. C. Whitehead and dyspepsia. Sold by G. W. Short. to tho rcsldonco will give music lessons thoro, . Mr. and Mrs. Till Groves havo just returned from Louisvlllo with a lot of now g008. Witt's Littlo Early BIsers never gripo or cause nausea. Mild but sure, assist rather than force. Best littlo pill Do Administrator's Notice BLACK and WHITE LAWNS, Wo also havo an immense lino of Embroideries in i $12,000 you that wo can sell you goods as cheap as tho noxt fellow, f ready for market by April 30 th. J. D. Cockroll wi I havo straw-berrie- s PPYAl claims against the estate of Peter F. Flood, deceased, are hereby notified to produco said claims before me prop-erl- y proven, onpr before the lit day of Juno, 18V1. All persons Indebted to tho ustate of Peter P. Flood, deceased, are hereby notified to come forward and settle at once without any further notice. Olvcn under my hand this 6th day of April, JOHN J. FLOOD. Adm'r. 18M. All persons having 1 h ft The Press Gang to Visit Paducah. Tho News ha3 been nwaltlng a meeting of tho executive" committee to state that on tho 4th of Juno tho Kentucky Press Association would meet in l'mlucnti and bo in session two days? This will bo an unusual gathering and one which will merit and should, nnd will, receive tlio fullest recognition nnd tho heartiest of greetings. It will bo tho assomblago of represcntati vef4from all parts of thestato of bonafide newspaper mon, and will inAbsolutely Pure. troduce Paducah to tho eyes rind hearts lllgheit A cream of tartar baklnpr powder. of a class who cart and will iidvertiso tho of all In Icavenlag itrongtb. Lattti U. S. in Government Food lltport. placo as never before in its life. Hut time tho News will hayo more to say of IF XOUU liALIi AVllt.H you aro all worn out. rcallT gool for oothlBg tho coming of tho press gang and tho Or It it general debility. Try r RHOWA'U IHOtT M1TTKXS. welcome tho peoplo will give them, you, liwtll euroUy ad Klronnood appetite. Sold Paducah News. all dealr.: u inedlcluv. Worth of Goods that must bo sold Wo don't cay anything about prices FARM FOR SALE or EXCHANGE I will sell my farm located In Missouri, four Como and see us andlclus convinco from Moberly, Kandolpb County, con- CLOTHING Is rapidly being diminished and wo would ask you to call and look through, before you buy your Black and White Our stock of IV Jacob N. Meyer. ASTRAY NOTICE. Btate of Kentucky, C'Unty of Breckenridge. Taken up ai'aitray by James Beayln, living near St. Maryi Church, Breckenridge county, on or about the 20th tnit, one ret) ateer, age about two year, with a little white on the end pf bit tall. Marked with a crop illt and Under bit In right ear. having no b?andi or other marki,and which wai appralied by Simon Uearlnand Leo lllnton of the yalao of Ten Dollar! ($10.) Wttntea my band thU 28th dax of March, Wm. Ahl. J. P. H. 0. 1891, tf i . w- V POWDER miles taining 80 acres, has good house, barn, corn The farm is well crib and divided into meadow and plow land, with IS acres of good timber, and watered by a good living stream of water through one side of It. This offers a good opportunity for some one to go jnto the Fruit business. Moberly being a good market for fruit, etc. I will exchange the above for a small Livery stock In some thriving town in Kentucky. For pnrtlcnlars call on or address J. W. BRAINARD, Car Shops, Cloverport, Ky. first-cla- Special attention is called to our stock of ss Our 61.G0 and $2.25Shoe beats them nil. 0jES FARMERS FREE COLUMN. Sale, a good joke'ol oxen and loir wn r. orton, ltock Lie fecott ; cheap. for cash or cash notes. Taylor Ior R.ic, a good marc,llcstrd, llardlmbur(t, Ky. far-me- w B. R Beard & CeC HARDINSBURG, KY. r:'i . SSSMsSSSSSMBSSMSSSSSMB""1 i i ww-n- IH, - ill- ,- M - -- S" ,,.. ' - 'I'll- " M.ijMfrwrf au'fc in IT "h in riii T !,. HT T' NEWS. OiVENsiiono must bo wt ' ',11" " a' l)W ' HL- - -- ! 'BjRECKENRIDGB 1 J building up quito "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 18dl. I i J NO. D. St V1IIG1L G. HA1UIAGH, Kdltors unit nn active industry in tho bolongasausago business. Three wagon loads of dead dogs were hauled off tho streets there the other day. BRANDENBURG. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorised to announce HARDINSBURG V. O.HABBAUE ..... DEPARTMENT, Krtltnr am. w.niciiAnDsoN, L, H. & W. TIME TABLE 001X0 WK8T. Proprietor.. I.., St. I.. & T. Local Time Card. Mull and Express going East " West Expraet " East " West " Local Freight " East " West " 10.05 a.m. -- 11.07 The startling intelligence comes from Washington that another Republican has gono wrong. Ho was an attacheo of tho U. S. land office, and is said to havo gotten away with several thousand dollars of thogovcrmont's money. A cam, has como from "Headquarters of tho National Reform Party," Fort Jefferson, Ky., to all those who favor such a party to meet at their school house on tho 0th, of May, to send delegates to tho National Convention, which meets in Cincinnati, on the 10th, of May. Now tho question arises, where in the h 1 is Furt Jefferson, Ky. Tin: "Reminiscences by an old timer" this week cover the period of the inception and tho labors and difficulties in setting on foot tho building of our railroad. His statements are strikingly true and recall to mind that our city made prosperous by tho railroad owes to Hon. R. R. Pierce a depth of gratitude which she can never repay. Wo all remember his lalwrs in heat and cold, wet and dry, while sick and while well, at his own expense largely, and wc now see and enjoy the fruit of thoso labors. While wo can never compensate him for the years of labor expended, wo suggest that our people ought in some handsome way convey to him our appreciation of his great work. Let some citizen suggest a way and lead in tho matter, and present to Mr. Pierce a testimonial befitting the circumstances that will show to him and thoso who follow him, that in our day and generation wo appreciate thoso qualities and actions that confer blessings on mankind. It will bo to our shame, if we do not. Thoro is more Catarrh in this section of tho country than all other diseases put together, and until tho last few years was supposed to bo incurable. For 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 bo a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Chenoy & Co., Toledo, O., is the only constitutional euro on tho market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly upon the blood and mucous fljrfaces of tho system. They offer one hundred dollars for any caso it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. CSTSold by druggists, 75c. as a candidate for to the Legislature from Meade county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, June 1.1, 1891. Ae are authorlied to announce 8.58 9 27 11.19 ..10.0 J a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. "a.m. T. P. CUNDIFF, as a candidate for the Legislature In Meade county. Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, June 13, 1891; Passenger Dally arr. Hardlniburg .12:05 Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. " 7:18 aoiKa KAST. Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg.. 8:65 Mixed (ex. Sandsy) arr. " 3:55 p tu. ii.ia. a.m. p.m. "if ORGANIZATION. present outlook for success with The the Democratic party in the approaching Legislative strugglo in this county docs not appear as hright as we have seen it at other times, hut as wo liavo said before, thcro is nothing ahead to creato absoluto distrust, or to put us in nwo over the final result. It may ho a littlo easily in the action to begin tosurmis too much or to undertake to say what the outcome may be, hut one thing is evident thcro is room for reflection, and a bit of counsel. The state of caso before us is quite similar in all respects to that wc had a few years ago when Mr. Thomas J. Lewis defeated Thomas SI. Miller for the Legislature in this county. Mr. Miller was the Democratic nominee, and Mr. Lewis was the people's candidate, and by a strong combination of circuma union of the Grangers stances, and Republicans, Mr. Miller was defeated. Long before the election camo off tho result could bo easily foreseen, because such a combination was powerful and practicably invincible. But the case before us has more favorable surroundings, in as much as tho opposing elements are not so strongly allied asyet. Thomas J. Lewis moreover was personally quite popular and had a following in the county that few men ordinarly ran bring together. Mr. Harncd while upon the opular wavo hasn't had that universal solicitation from tho different sections which would indicate that his election is a certainty at all The popular and general uprising that generally prcceds such a call. Now, what is to be done in tho premises by the Democrats, is the question ? Tho only plausible and effective method by which we can successfully meet tho is by a complete and thorough organization of our forces in all districts in the county. To accomplish tin's Democratic clubs should be at once organized and tho young men in the various precincts put on active duty. Among so great a number as compose our party there is nothing so effective for good reLet the sults as thorough organization. young men then take hold of tho work, and at once enter actively Into the campaign. The time has come when much All of the work devolves upon them. must not be left in a few hands, hut should be distributed in the various sections, and each allowed to bear his proportional share of tho burden. In tliis alone can good results to our party he effectually brought about. In the person of Mr. D. II. Severs, who is to hattlo along the way until August, w o have a leader of no bad order, lie is an organizer, a worker, and one who will instill a bit of enthusiasm among the boys all along the line. If left to work under a cold collar he may find his way rough and somewhat rugged, hut if inspired by his friends, the Democratic fires will burn brighter and gleams of hope will appear to cheer him on his way. It is a principle for w hich we battle, and not for tho personal gains of any individual. We, as Democrats, therefore should, one and all turn our shoulder to the wheel, and make the first Monday in August next ; a gala day for Democracy in this neck of the woods. to-w- it, haz-zard- s. PATESVILLE. PitnsuiENT Harrison on his trip through the South last week received quito a cordial welcome from the vast throngs of people who had gathered around the railroad stations to see him. The Presi- dent from tho reports is enjoying tho trip, and makes a speech at nearly every stopping place. At Birmingham, Ala., in his speech ho said, "Tho American home is one thing we cannot afford to lose out of the American life. As long g as we have pure homes and order, loving fathers and mothers to rear the children that are given them, and mako these homes tho aboles of order, clean linens, piety and intelligence, the American society and tho American union are safe." Wo quote this to show that a Republican President is sometimes given to saying a good thing as well as other people. God-fearin- Tho F. SI. B. A. Lodgo met at Clark's store Friday night. Thcro was prayer meeting at tho Baptist church Saturday night. Prof. Clark is out on the road representing a Library Association. Sir. W. A. Phelps, of Clarkson, is visiting tho family of Mrs. Simonton. Slibs Jessio Kyler lcit Sunday for Knottsville, where she will tako music lessons. Sfadamo rumor says thcro will he a wedding in high circles hero soon, perhaps more than one. The SI. K. Sunday School met at .1 p. in., with Capt. Clark, superintendent and Sliss Frymirc, secretary. Who cares! For what? For education. Few as they should. No interest is more important, for education makes good citi.ens, at least it ought to. Good citizens, not wealth, makes a strong State. Do you care? I low do you show it? Will you send your children to school when you havo tho opportunity. Times too hard. Can't afford it? You can afford anything that pays, better than If food sours on tho stomach, digestion anything else, in tho long run. It pays is defective. De Witt's Littlo Early you better to havo your children, your Risers w ill remedy this. Tho famous litbrothers'8 children, and your neighbors, tle pills that novor gripe and noverdisap-poin- t. well educated and useful than anything Sold by G. AV. Short. else you can do for them. Dr. Winders, of Paynesvillo, was in town Sat unlay. Sir. W. J. Piggot, of Irvington, was in town Thursday Sir. Lawrence Lewis spent last week with his parents here. Sliss Lena Drury is visiting Sliss Gcorgio Moremen this week. Sir. Dick Willett,of Leaven worth, Ind., paid our town a visit Saturday. Sir. A. W. Sloremen left Sunday for a few days stay in Hardinsburg. Sir. D. W. Lewis spent several days last week on his farm, near Irvington. Sir. and Sirs. J. L. Slalin and Sliss Lula Lewis went to Louisville Saturday. Sir. Geo. Frymirc, of Louisville, spent Saturday and Sunday with friends here. Everybody is gardening and the farmers busy trying to mako up for lost time. Miss Susie Richardson is onco moro able to bo out, after an illness of several weeks duration. Sir. A. W. Sloremen will prepare n string of horses to visit the fairs of the neighboring county's this next summer. The Louisville Salt'Company succeeded in getting another very fine well last week, much better than any they havo ever had. Quito a delegation from Louisvillo was down Tuesdoy to see tho new well that was finished at tho Louisville Salt plant last Satunlay. Sir. A. W. Moremen has his new track completed and is speeding his trotters daily. His horses possess both beauty and speed, and will doubtless make SIcadc count' famous yet. Sir. Bob Green, who is employed in a railroad office in Louisville, had one of his eyes injured last week. A boy shot him with a pin, fortunately tho head instead of the point struck tho eye. He is at homo now, and Dr. Pusoy is treating tho wounded member. Sir. P. W. Hardin, candidate for Gov-erpfor ; Sir. G. G. Gilbert, candidate Attorney General and Major Norman, candidate for Stato Auditor, spoko hero Saturday. Sir. Hardin handled the tariff question in an able manner. Sir. Gilbert is an historical speaker and took ids hearers back to the foundation of Democracy. Slajor Norman had time only for a short speech, but made every word count. Thoy were all exponents of Democracy and able speakers. A good story was told mo by ono of our neighbors not long since, and as ho was one of the chief actors in tho case, Ho went its tmth can be vouched for. to church ono night accompanied by his son, a lad of twelve or fourteen summers, and as he was rather mischievously inclined he was taken up in tho Amen corner with his fattier. At the close of tho sermon tho father was called upon to pray. As soon as the son, who had gono to sleep (a privilege older lads often indulge in) heanl his father's voice, ho raised up and yelled, "yes." The father took in the situation at a glance Tho boy was in tho habit of being called early to mako fires, but ho continued the prayer, tho boy still hearing his father's voice, onco moro raised up and yelled, "yes, I'll bo there aa soon as I get my breeches on." It is needless to say confusion reigned and tho prayer remained unfinished. Tho minister was confused, he forgot to dismiss the congregation, and the small boys thought it tho jolliest church going, they had over experienced. or The Ladies Delighted. LITTLE DIXIE. The various candidates for Governor have already been to Louisville and selected their headquatters during the May State Convention, where they will entertain their friends. Hon. John Young Brown will receive in rooms 101 and 103 at tho Willnrd. Gen. P. AV. Hardin will occupy rooms 103, 107 and 112 at the same hotel. Hon. C'ossitis M. Clay Jr.. will probably have rooms at tho Gait House. Pjiehiiikxt Livingston, of tho Georgia Farmers' Alliance, declares that Southern Alliances will not participate in the third party convention, called by President McGrath, of tho Kansas Alliance, to meet at Cincinnati. He says that McGrath has no authority to commit Alliance members to such a policy. the Board of Lady managers of tho World's Fair, has been deposed from office by of Secjietauy Phoebe Cousins, tho Board's executive Committee. The beautiful flowers have como to stay, says tho poet. Yea, but what about tho English sparrows and tho Farmers' Alliance ? Tins country had better look out for trouble. Anna Dickinson and aunt Phocbo Cousins aro both on the war path. Puesident Harrison in ills swing around tho circlo is putting up his fences for 1892 The pleasant effect and perfect safety Sir. Agnow's littlo child is very ill. with which ladies may uso tho liquid Sir Allen, of Louisvillo, is down seeing fruit laxative, Syrup of Figs, under all conditions make it their favorite rem-d- to his farm. There will bo a now stilMiouso erected It is pleasing to the oyo and to the taste, gentle, yet effectual in acting on at this place in a short time. the kidnoys, liver and bowels. iAs I have not seen any news from this place lately I'll endeavor to send a few SAMPLE. items. Sir. Owen Cunningham of Union Star, Lagrippo has about gono out of date in made a flying trip to see his parents last this vicinity, Sir Leo Walls went to Louisville last Sunday. week. Sliss Lizzio Warren and Sir. Ed. Tohin Sirs Mollio SIcKaun is verv low with wero the guests of Sliss Jennie Stallman, last Sunday ovo. consumption. There has been a great deal of sickness Sliss Slollio Beauchamp of Falls of Rough, is visiting Misses Hattio Beauch- in our vicinity, but am glad to say all amp and Pearl Wall. havo about recovered. , Of all the buds that ever was, Sliss Sliss Rurt Cunninglnm, who is teachSlollie says an Elder Bud is sweetest. ing the spring school here, this being her Sir J. SI. Slattingiy and wife and Sliss first, is progressing nicely. Eininn Brickoy visited at Preston, SaturSir. Bloom Purr is keeping bachelors ' day and Sunday hall again this year, but wo think tho way Slessrs Craw ford Beauchamp and Juno he makes his calls out on tho flats that Slattingiy killed a molo Sunday evening ho will soon deprive himself of such a which wore a gold ring on tho four finger life. of tho left hand It is quito a curiosity, Sir. Jack Ackcrnian, of Rome, and Juno lias preserved it. Sir. Leo, of Franklin'Co, took dinner with Sir. Burt Cunningham April 8th. Sir. Hawkes' Wonderful Glasses. As wo read Sir. Hawkes' testimonials Ackermim camo up aftcrhis sister Sirs. Crafton Cunningham whose father is very from Governors, Senators, Legislators, low. men of science and distinguished citizens Sirs Jano Cunnigham, of this placo, is throughout tho United States, who testified to having had their eyes improved, visiting her Bister Sirs Avitt, who has and sometimes restored by tho uso of his been very sick but is somo better. While celebrated glasses, wo realizo that a glass thero sho went to Union Star to seo her that will reflect such brilliancy of light daughter, Sirs Noah Cunningham, of as to enablo tho wearer to see as in youth Louisville, who is visiting her sister, and to read by candle or other artificial light, surely is to bo desired by all spect- Sirs. Owen Cunningham. acle wearers. All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by Purifies tho blood, Increases tho circu-IntiiG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. expels poisonous humors and builds up tho system. "What mora do you An Attractive Combined POCKET KIM AW AO want a medicine to perform? De Witt's and MEMOUAMDUM HOOK advorttslns; MHOWN'M utoN hittkiih Sarsaparilla is reliable. Sold by G. SW. Uie letToiil(K'.en nwuy at limK "' Short. general store. vt "" y. n, Hon. T. It. SIcBcath is at tho Bcaul Hotel. The SI. E. church Is undergoing sonic needed repairs. Hon. A. B. Montgomery. Ellzabethtown, was in town last Slonday. Stato Senator, 'J. S. Wortham, Litchfield, was in tho city last Slonday. rou Dr. Ben. Harncd, candidato for Representative, was in town last Slonday. Hon. Thos. Ditto and wife, of near Brandenburg, aro visiting relatives hero. Tho young men who wont down to tho Falls of Rough fishing last Slonday had fine luck. The railroad did a lively business last Slonday. All the trains camo in loaded with people. Jr McDonald Bros, wcro here Slonday making arrangements to begin work on 11 f ,'1 the new jail a Slessrs. A. "W. i una i it. Brandenburg, d Hotel. Wat Skillmai brother, R. S. S of consumptioi Didn't take Advice, but gets on His year. I Ear. Rev. Brando last week, and Editor Brecke.vridob News : Will you tercsting senr permit mo a short say in reply to tho church South Aged Wheeler. First I never knew your age was seventy-six- ; second I thought Sir. Roscb I you talked like ono who was trying to do who havo tlu , somo good for tho "oppressed and down- DeJcrnctt's ne of whom you Bpoke. , trodden people," ready to begin BRANDENBURG, KY. But now my dear old friend you can not W. J. Ilendr fool mo any longer, you havo betrayed Are fust receiving a irraii mn .r ik. . Rhea, Rev. J. I This column for "yourself, and show that you aro in for best In Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Notions, fco. ler, II. S. Halo More new styles, handsome selections, choice - anything that will benefit your party. Hardin, and J. uuveiues man You havo shown that you havo drank your amouion ever borore. We will cratlfy to buy cheap, and give extra the Turpin Ho freely of Quayism, Rccdism, SIcKinloy-is- good qualities in tho bargain. Our Brass Ba etc, and have sought shelter in a seDRESS GOODS. and gave the o cret organization to further tho ends of 38 In. all Wool Dress Goods, worth iOo (a 24c serenade. Ho: your party. 40 Tennis Cloth, worth 85o g Olo Rhea, W. J. 5 pes new all Wool Blk. Henrietta, In regard to tho F. L. U. nominating worth 55o 49o each came oil Building Hardware, Nails, both a candidate, I only givo tho words of T. 4 pes new all Wool Blk. Henrietta worth 75o appropriate sp! T. Gardiner, Pres. of tho F. and L. U. of Steel and Wire. Duuble width Blk. Notice: I lis Ky.,. I never as you stated gavo them Nice20 and 26c, worth Dress Goods at 15. 18, twice the money. In handsomo lino as my own advice, and permit mo to infaet we are Headquarters on all kinds of Stoves, $7.00 for a No. n nnM body, and the J uress uooas ana Trimmings. form you that you are again mistaken Oven Stove. Just think of-i- t I to call and ex when you say I am an aspirant forofficc, WASH GOODS. House west si I am not, and never havo been in this Ginghams of all kinds Imported and Domestle Rope Pumps, for deep and shallow burg. Styles the latest and prices the lowest. county, and I never havo hid behind a . wells. , secret society to advocate my party prinHon. James' HOSIERY, NOTIONS, &C. ciple, and God forbid, that I shall over Extra quality Lad. Hoso, Stato Audi to' regular made worth Plows, Rakes, Hoes ancTShovels. uphold a party that oppresses tho "down 25o along witli 12Kc trodden' peoplo of whom you so pathet- Hxtra quality had. Blk. Hose, worth40o 25o Cross-cu- t Saws, Axes, Carpenter's speech at the ically speak, but you show you ore work- Kxtra quality Lad. Hose, fast black 8o or pair first appcaran Misses Lille Hose, black, worth 34o Tools. ing for tho interest of a party which gavo 20. 25o county audicil birth to Itailroad Kings, Slonopolies. Ladles' Lisle Hose, black, at 48c per ualr. II. IJ. Corset, all sUos, at 25c. Hinges for Farm Gates, and all Syndicates, and every other species of G. C. There was a Corsotall sites, atjJ8o. oppressions with which a corrupt party in tho primarj sizes of Bolts. HANDKERCHIEFS. win lumut ii uown irouuen people,' then Roprensativo j you get behind your secret organization 4o for cholco Hemstitched Handerchlefs. Tin and Iron Roofing, also anything and cry aloud for tho "down trodden peo- 5o contest over tl ple." Oh yo hypocrites I where is your 8c for Ladles' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs. for Gent's Uemstltohed Handkcrohiefs. is tho noinin made from Tin or Iron. consistency of which you speak ? bordered. with the votes I also stated thcro was not anything to Fine Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Lace and Tin Guttering and Spouting. ho will hav keep a F. and L. U. man from running Silk Handkerchiefs a large assortment. for office, nor is there, but to nominate All Linen Table Cloths, full length at 79o. through. Double . Shovel Plows, Chilled iiiiu .u ouuii mm run mm you can not, IOo for all Linen Larco Towels. Tho follow! without a change of declaration of Extra Quality Twilled Crash at 7o. Plows and Avery Plows. purposes, constitution, etc, nor did you grand jurying LADIES' AND MISSES' FINE SHOES. ueny it, but get around it by saying, that ' of court: It. i say a a, and u, u. Democrat could run 98o for our Nellie Bly, Sewed Shoes, in Button Fencing Wire all kinds. II. Adkisson,j and Front lace, all sizes. for office and it would bo alright, again Fishing Tackle When it comes to large Hiram SIcCoy you aro mistaken, of course a F. ant? L. HouaveaShoes in and well assorted stock of Low Oxford Ties, Slippers, Ao. U. Democrat has tho same right to run G. B. Cunninj this line, I keep the largest and for office as any other person, but not as DOMESTICS. ard Bunlett, J a F. and L. u. candidate. And as to $1.00 for 20 yds. Best Cannelton" Brown Cot most complete line in the country Robt. Smith' making in the field, and my neighbors ton. Roberts, and! having to send mo to Honkinsville. etc.. SI.00 for 2n yds. Good Cheek Cotton. such as Poles, Lines, Hooks, as far as that is concerned, I think if you Sl.00 for 20 yds. Good Bleach Cotton. $1.00 fur Id yds. Best Bleached Cotton. 7(3 years without being havo lived sent Corks, Reels, Trot Lines, .in fact It is quito I to either Anchorage or Hopkinsvillo, I $1.00 for 20 yds. Best Wool finish Dark Calicos "Witt's Little stand somo show yet ; as for committing anything in this lirie. CLOTHING. myself, I stand committed to party that ach and bowq Our Stock of Clothing comprises the very has even fought tho battle of freedom for pills, but mig All the above to be found at tho people, tho ono that is over ready and best goods, latest styles and lowest prices. For Men, Sick, sell them. ' willing to fight for tho peoplo against your way, Prince Straight Frook, Four Button CutaAlbert, in all the latest Fabrics. Railroad Syndicates, For Boys', Youths and Children, Preamble a and what is the old Jeffcrsonian De- thing you want, from the lowest we have anyto best high mocracy, the only way by which tho la- grade goods. death boring peoplo can havo their rights. It by John nas wunesseu tno downfall of ' F. and and other secret organizations which wero organized for its destruction, AVlIEIlKAS, BRANDENBURG, KY. And for less money than any ' and it will still live until tho Arch Angel Master of thj shall stand with one foot in tho water midst our bel and tho other ono on tho shore, and McElree'a Wine of Cardul . houso in town. Call and see . swear by Him that liveth, and ruleth all and, him. things that time shall bo no moro. And and THEDFORD'S are Whereas, millions who havo gono on before,-wil- l for salo by tho following merchants in Head this La rise up in that day and call it blessed, Ureckenrldgo County : for tho good it has done for tho toiling devoted men Jesie W, Owen, Cloveroorr, CLOVERPORT.KY masses ol peoplo all over tho land. O. W. Short, Cloverport. TllKIIKFOIIK I am yours, . Brashear Jk Lay, Stephensport." , ' - i point to tho, SIcQuady, Ky. Witt ic Meador, Hardinsburg, A Faiuiek. J. J. Severs, Uninn Star, brother Heat) emulated In- -- Greek Must an. Tho Moat dangerous attack on Greek In tho schools and colleges yet seen was made the other day in England at a meeting of tho head masters of tho Eton, Harrow, Rugby. Winchester, Westminster, Charter House, St. Puul's, Clifton and other schools one of their usual annual or gatherings. It was led. or In fact made, by Mr. Well-dothe hcud master of Harrow. Ho advocated tho abolition of obligatory Greek both at school and college and the substitution of scienco or modem languages, on two grounds. The liret wus tho need of adapting education to individual tastes and capacity. Tho second In tho interest of Greek study itself was that tho Greek language might be left in tho hands of those who really loved It. and could cultivate it with success to a sort of classical elite, in short, who would rescue it from its degraded condition as tho bugaboo of dunces and sluggards. There was n good deal of discussion, pro and con, which elicited nothing very now, but Sir. Well-do- n came within two votes of carrying bis resolution, this adverse majority being obtained by the ndhesion of two of lb smaller schools. Wo doubt if anything so ominous for Ureek hua yet occurred, for the English public schools aro its stronghold today, and Indeed England may be said to be its main champion. It has never struck such deep roots in education and general wmi-annn- ' .. SPRING 3 V, 1 rQ i know - Do The LGaders ' ! ". ,?!. sxjLEjnBnTGrDry Goods i II Geo.Yeakel&Co. Mill UtSSt vl ' Notice ! m BargainS - -- J t J tl 1 1 ",&i Kings.-SIonopoli- es, of i Know-nothingis- m Geo.Yeakel&Co., J. W L. MILLER'S T ternity. Jletohed, t of th'o deceas pathy for tfi distress. " ukxnotrAiJMiKTTr-irriii- Itesdml, that our lodge bo draped in mourning and tho brethren wear tho usual badgo of mourning for sixty days. Jleeohed, bo ; Hardinsburg, 3CS3 Ky. a rer-CCA.1!- ? that a copy of theso resolutions sent to the family of tho deceased, a copy spread upontho minutes of tho lodgo and a copy sent to tho Biieckenridue News, for publication S. J. Paiiks, T. G. Jonno.v. (Committee, A.SI.Gi.asuow '.J V SCROFULA is that Impurity in tho blood, which, accumulating In tho glands of tho neck, produces unsightly lumps or swellings; which causes painful running sores on the arms, legs, or feet; which dcvelopcs ulcers In tho cyos, cars, or nose, often causing blindness or deafness; which Is tho origin of pimples, cancerous growths, or tho many other manifestations usually ascribed to "humors;" which, fastening upon tho lungs, causes consumption and death. Being the most ancient, It is tho most general of all diseases or affections, for very few persons aro entirely freo from It. BmHSWi m SVVI1MU CHICS' It skWjj riKftMLv ur wjsUUElVtOSllMWiiJlSttiWllWllli -1 LitiMV " IL.....W tf,itt2 li'tt Headquarters for I'olaniinl liy II In lZ.ty Chnlr. A distinguished citizen passed away recently under circumstances which will arouse u fueling of sorrow i.i thoso who realizo how life might havo boon Gamucl O. Cobb was ono of tho sturdiest of Bostonians. But gradually ho began to fail In health, with such slowm's."tlmt tho declino was not noticed until it had yone far, very far, but with a fatal turcness that no medical skill could at tho last avert. It was all a mystery. Tho physicians doctored him for this an 1 for that, surmising now ono diheaho and another, until nt tho last moment, just u few weeks before his death, thoy discovered tho real trouble. Arsenical poisoning was at tho root, and that iwisonlng'had been steadily going on for years. His curtaiiiB, his wall paper, and, more particularly, his favorite easy chair, were made of material that contained the deadly arsenic, and tho jwor mull had unkuowjugly been breathing ia the jwison while supposing ho was resting and gaining strength. It was very sad. Boston Cor. Now York Commercial Advertiser. t FARM MACHINERY EMPIRE CORN DRILLS, - . BROWN'S CORN PLANTERS, URA CLIPPER, AVERY, MEIKLE, SOUTH BEND PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS and Hay Rakes II. J. & L, SINGLE SHOVEL PLOWS ' ' BUQGIES, CARTS, PHEATONS and SPRING WAGONS ' LIME, SALT, CEMENT, BRICK, SHINGLES and LATHS, DOORS and SASIl d. It Bo By talcing Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, by VVIiCU tho remarkable cures It has accomplished, often when other medicines havo failed, has proven Itself to be a potent and peculiar mcdlcino for this disease. Some of these cures aro really wonderful. H yoifsuffcrfrom scrofula, ho euro to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. "Every spring my wlto and children have fcocn troubled with scrofula, sores breaking out on them in various places. My little boy, tbreo years old, has been a tcrrlblo sufferer. Last spring ho was pno mass of sores fromhoai to feet. I was advised to use Hood's Sarsaparilla. and we have all taken It. Tho result is that all havo been cured of the scrofula, my littlo boy being entirely free from sores, and all four of ray children look bright and healthy." W. B, ATHXBTON,rasaleCIty,:N J. Boldbyalldnifftiti. JlitiferS. Prepared oaly by I. HOOD A CO.. Apotharl,LowU.MaH Ctlsbrated Cleveland Dryer Fertilizers. PAINTS ! 8JOVES ! A STOVES PAINTS STOVES! '" I ireful inappction of Goods and Prices is solicited before buying. Hood's Sarsaparilla a IOO Doses One Dollar HENSLEY & JOLLY, Farmers' Supply nouse, IIakdinsburq Ky. gftfc ' u M44n?.'tA Ar v. ),.-- J '',,.. T Mg "itnu I .: JJtfpp-fRsi iiuiiin.ii v ..in jgwy a"r1i" a s tV i .bbbw-bbbb- V Both tho method and results when SyrupofFigsistaken; it Japleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta gcntlyyct promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys-- " tern effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers nndcuroahahitual constipation. Syrup c "gs is the only remedy of its ltinu over produced, pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeaolo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it tho most ponular remedy known. tSyrupotFigais for salo in 60c and $1 bottles by alHeading druggists. Any reliable drugpist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISC ), CAL. NEW YORK. LOUISVILLE, KY. . , 0n$ SSIVJOYJS Smoke the World cigar.. Mr. J. M. Bell was quite sick Monday. He was reported better yesterday. Tho negroes of this pity have applied to the city council for a school building, on account of taxes paid by them for which they have never received any benefits. The matter was referred to a committee. feVerl DocConstipation, blood-poisotors' bills and funerarcxpenscs costabout two hundred dollars j Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers cost a quarter. Tako your choice. Sold by G. W. Short. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Oelzo gave a very elegant birthday party last Friday night, in honor of their daughter, Miss Ethel, who was thirteen, A number of Miss Ethel's playmates were present and enjoyed a delightful evening. Tho Busy Bee Society, of tho first Baptist church, of Owcnsboro, will run an Excursion from Henderson, Owensboro and all way points to Louisville, Tuesday, April 28. Faro from this city, Holt, and Stcphensport $1,50, from Lodiburg and Irvington $1,00. Tickets for sale at Fisher's drug store. The very best people in Owensboro linvo charge of this excursion and any of our people who want to make a cheap and plcsant trip, should tako advantage of this opportunity. Tho Best Result Every ingredient employed in produ-ducin- g Hood's Sarsaparilla is strictly pure, and is tho best of its kind it is possible to buy. All tho roots and herbs are carefully selcctcd,personaly examined and only tho best retained. So that from tho time of'purchaso until Hood's Sarsaparilla i8proparcd,overythingis carefully watched with a iey to attain tho best result. Why don't you try it ? OPENING OF CIRCUIT COURT AT HARDINSBURG. A Big-- Day and the Town Running Ovor A READ THIS! If you need a Suit If you If you If you If you If you for yourself; If you need one for your boy ; If you want the best in the city A Proportion-'!- ?' With People. IMCKSIINT. FRW C:lM)IHATi:.S B. T HAT, GAP, TRUNK, VALISE, STRAW HAT, UNDERWEAR, C N.r. M MM My PIHROB r"l V A. S. ENGLISH, Prop'r. HOTJSB CLOVERPORT, KY. fi.co per day. Including Sample Room. Cenlloirding lv the week, including trally located, f.Art . I ttlnnla ..... .JUV.......I UI1UII HCUf t).Wl .JUII. fo.l mmfltl PERSONAL. Mr. John Wilkerson is at home. Chas. Babbago was intlio city Monday. Mr. David Stanelifi'nnd son arc in the city. Mr. Alfred M.1K r and wife were in town ; K v Er t P m i t w h! I'-1- - . r. '.' It, r D. Jfambktoris Saddlery and Harnest Store. Friday. ' CLOVERPORT. KY. Mr. J. F. Hayes went to Louisville last V. S. TAYWB. J. II. TAYLOIt, J. C. HUSH, week. & Co., Mr. Eugene Haynes spent Sunday with his family. Over Zulautt Jewelry Store Mr. W. S. Bowmer was in Henderson OWENSBORO. KY. Frodoricn Street. last week. Miss Clara Sebastian went to Holt S. S. yesterday. & Mr. R. Nutting spent Sunday in door to Brcekcnridgc Ind. 1 Noxt Office Clovcrport, Ky. Bank. Mr. E. IL.Marcilliat passed down on the packet yesterday. Mrs Elvira Babbago returned from Hardensburg Saturday evening. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1891. Mr. Add Wittand wife, of Hardinsburg, spent Friday with Mrs. McPherson. LOCAL BREVITIES. Mrs. Vina Polk, of Tobinsport, Ind., was in tho city last week visiting friends. for paints. Go to Short's Mrs. P. S. Bell is visiting her father-in-laTho High School closes next Friday. Mr. N. P. Boll, near Hardins-burFamily rooms for rent. K. K. Pierce. Henry May is running as firemen on Mrs. Win. Vest went to Louisville ' the work train.' yesterday, accompanied by her son, Mr. Fleischman & Co's., compressed yeast J. W. Vest. . for sale at Ballmans. Mrs. Florence Simons, of Tobinsport, Kid Gloves in all the new shades at called on tho News last week and renewMrs. II. V. Duncan's. ed her subscription. If you want a delightful glass of Soda Mrs. J. S. Wilkerson, who has been water-cal- l on Ballmau. visiting her daughter, Mrs. David Stan-clif- f, Ernest Babbago has been on the sick at Louisville, returned homo last list for a week or more. week. Mrs. StanclifT returned with her To brighten your homes, go to G. W. and will remain during tho summer. Short and get somo paint. Very popular, very small, very good MrThos J. Jolly, of Bewleyville, clircd Do Witt's Little Early Risers, tho pill for 3)0 lbs of wool from 5 ewes. constipation, biliousness, sick headache. I)r. R. W, Murray died at his borne in Sold by G. W. Short. , Rockport, Ind., last Thursday. Beautiful Hno of Children's caps at Mr. Dean Wins. Mrs. 11. V. Duncan's. Pricos to suit all. Yesterday from tho bench Special You will savo raonoy by purchasing Judge Feland announced that ho would your millinery from Mrs. II. V. Duncan. dismiss tho petitions of Sawyer, Wallace For Sale A largo Magic Lantern with & Co., First National Bank, and Farmers 2D0 views. Ed. Gregory, Clovcrport, Ky. and Traders Bank against J. A. Fuqua A forco of carpenters are at work re- and S. M. Dean in so far as Mr. Dean was modeling tho insido of Sulzer's store concerned. Theso suits were brought in an attempt to hold Mr. Dean responsible rooms. with Mr. Fuqua on certain bank papers Sec Mrs. Hayno's splendid showing of amounting to about $12,000. Tho petivery Bpring hats and bonnets, thby aro tions in the suits alleged that Mr. Dean Btyllsh and cheap. was a partner of Mr. Fuqua, and that tho Mrs. Eugene Haynes has received her firm conducted business under tho namo now stock of millinery and you arereques-te- d of J. A. Fuqua. Judgo Poland's decision to call and see it. releases Mr. Dean from all liability which F. II. Ballnian has his new Soda foun- tho suits sought to place on liim, and is a tain ready and you can now get a most big vordict for him. Judgo Feland has .delightful drink there. not filed his findings of law on facts but Mrs, IL V. Duncan Invites you. to call will probably do so Monday. The suits and seo tho handsome lino of dresses will bo appealed. Owensboro Inquirer. scarfs, tidies, towels and table cloths! Catarrh, neuralgia, rheumatism and Thenowcst, latest and mott stylish ' things in Spring and Suinmer styles of most diseases originate from impure Mrs. blood. Cleanso it, purify it with Do bonnets and hats, can bo found at Witt's Sarsaparilla and health is restored, Eugcno Haynes. Sold by G. W. Short, without infliction if strength regained. You will bo cured you tako "0. C. 0. Cortain Chill Cure," TOBINSPORT, IND. for Chill$ and Fever. Pleasant to take. Farmers aro busy plowing for corn. G uarantee d. Sold by J. AV. Owen. Tho prospect for all kinds of fruit is F. II. Ballnian, the baker, has put in a good. $500. soda fount. It is a very handsome John Cockrcll has just finished putone, and tho lovers of that beverage can ting out three acres of straw-berrieaccommodated this summer. bo Miss Annio May has moved her organ I want to close out all of my Stoves to and make room for a new line, and to do this to tho residence of 0. 0. Whitehead of waro with Will give music lessons there, C 1 am giving fotty pieces J. L. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Till Groves havo just every Stove. now stock, fresh, clean as- returned from Louisvillo with a lot of now An entire sortment, lowest cosh prices, prompt at- goos. J. 1). Cockrcll wi 1 havo straw-berrie- s tention to orders is what you can expect you buy your millinery from Mrs. ready for market by April 30 th. when Eugcno Haynes. Tho Press Gang to Visit Paducah. Tho crowd at Hardlnsburg Monday Tho News has been awaiting a meetOn tho train that was simple Immense. ing of tho cxecutivri committee to state came In at noon, standing room was at l.nt nn tlin 4tll nf .TllHO tllO KCIltUCkV premium. It was a big harvest for tho Press Association would meet in Paducah hotels and livery stauies. and bo in session two daysr This will - 35. W. Satterwblte has resigned his bo an unusual gathering and ono which on tho L. St. L. will merit and should, and will, receive position as & T., to accept a similar position on tho tho fullest recognition and tho heartiest Imlsvlllo Southern. Mr. R. N. Hudson of greetings. It will bo tho assomblago Buccccds him, and has cbargo of tho en- of rcprcsentativefcjfrom all parts of thestato tire lino. of bonafide nowspapor inon, and will ineyes and hearts Mr. Tuoa J Jolly of Bewleyville, sends troduce Paducah to tho samples of Very fine wool of a class who cart and will advertiso tho to this offloo before in its lifo. But In from his cuttings this spring.- - Mr. Jolly placo as never progreaslvo far- timo the News will havo more to say of is on of tho leading aud gang and tho mer of that section, and makes sheep tho coming of tho press givo them. people will and wool a upecUlity, and is wc aro glad yolcorao tho Paducah News. to pay succeeding-admirablyOffice over Dr, J. M. Clayton. Physician and Surgeon, DRNTISTS Dr. J. H. Taylor Watkins, Physician Surgeon, Can-nclto- n, Breckenridge News. g. Last Monday was a grand all around ; day atllardinBlnirg. Circuit Court oponcd In tho fornoou with Hon. T. R. McBcath on tho bench and tho Hon. C. R. Wathcn tho acting prosccntiug ntlomey. But little business was transacted In tho morning, ; the formation of tho grand jury, and the usual charge to them by tho district ; Attorney consuming, nil of tho timo up to noon. The first day of a Circuit Court so-call- ed is never a day for transacting of much legal business. Every-bod- y that can get ; to tho County Scat go there on tho first day of Court, as much out of a matter of custom and to meet and mingle with tho crowd as any thing else. Last Monday was ah exceptionally fino day, tho beginning apparently of actual spring weather, and tho turn out at the capital was unusually large. Tho candidates, who were advertised to spcalo were probably responsible to a great extent for tho crowd, thcro being a number 5 of them. Thcro was hardly standing In tho court houso when tho hour room for speaking arrivcd,the candidates themselves helping to swell tho number. S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY There were nino of thorn for tho different state offices present, and wishing to speak. Somo of them had never been in the county before, and tho faces of others were somewhat familiar to tho Brccken-ridgofolli'l Tho faco of Hon. Wat Hardin was tho most familiar ono to our people. Ho having spoken hero frequently ! before, and his presence required no introduction to tho great crowd that sat beWith a hemso full of fore him. He was the first of tho candidates to lead off, and though limited in G-OO- D his remarks for tho want of time, he made n fino impression upon tho audii k TOTLET ARTTOLES. PERFUMES. SOAPS. ence, and said a number of good things W about tho Democratic party, Breckenat.t. iw.ijyu. nininvT uiuuniiwauui f iiuu irTAinc: m, 1'wjjiw n?nTnTxnr,a ridge county and Kentucky in general, in a way that no ono else but Wat. Hardin could say them. Ho rounded up by M appealing to the crowd to remember him A biff linn of mivwl Pnintn in Inrrw nr small riunn when they went to make instructions for " fl) tho office of Governor on Saturday, tho titics, nny color. 1 2d, of May. . (i Following Mr. Hardin were tho candidates for Stato Treasurer. Hon. W .All must be sold, and that right Jiwnv, so now is ' II. S. Hale, the present incumbent, and I u III vnnr limn in bnv. his opponent, Mr. Barry South. Last W M A 0..-11 T . Monday was probably tho first timo these rffc , ' JtX JC Ull JiJLLLt Ul OllWiUlUi two gentlemen had met in debate, and When you want anything in our lino it will pay (j) the discussion between them warmed up flvih 11 4 fWtl .! to a high degrco before they quit the . mp juu iu win nun oi:u. stand. Tho next speaker was tho Hon. ll M James Blackburn, candidate for State ' ," Mr. Auditor, from Woodford county. .. . . x , uiiUvitiiruuT, Blackburn is not (juito so well known here as his distinguished brother, Sena? f i tor Joe, but in his short talk ho make 1 "n-i XXV XXV U A K . f-just the same. His several clover hits remarks about tho Constitutional Convention, which ho said ho supposed the people hero had heard something about, and of which ho himself claimed to bo an humble member, brought forth applause Mr. Blackburn said THE LEADING that tho first and last oflico lie over held was that of a JustiCo ofthePcaco many year ago, and in his own opinion he had thought he made a good one. Ho had not asked tho peoplo for oflico much since, and ho believed it would boa good idea for them to retire borne of the old OP stand by's and let in a now man. His speech was well received. Tho next speaker was tho Rev. J. C. Ovcrstrect, candidato for Superintendent of Public Instruction. Mr. Ovcrstrect was a new Invites your attention to his man in the field anil was an entire strangmammoth stock of er. His remarks however, were pointed and brief, but showed to tho audionco at onco that ho was a man of no mean ability, and was undoubtedly capable of filling the high oflico to which he aspired, whether ho got there or not. Tho next Dates fur Uustor. speakers were tho Hon. W. J. Hcndrick In 1883 Easter fell on March 25, and it and Hon. John S. Rhea, both candidates will only ouco again in this century, GROCERIES, for tho samo office, that of Attorney namely, in 1801, fall on so early a date. In tho threo following centuries it will General of tho State. Tho crowd seemoccur only eight times on tho same dato ed overly anxious to hear both of theso -n- amely, in 1051, 2035, 2040, 2057, 2103, men, as their famo for speechifying had 2114, 2125 and 2103. Tho earliest dato on somewhat preceded them hero. When which Easter can fall is on March 22, they had both been on tho stand and and this only in caso tho moon is full on finished their speeches tho crowd was March 21, whon this dato happens to simply electrified and carried away. fall on Saturday. This combination of circumstances is extremely rare. It ocMany said thoy had nover heard anycurred in 1300, 1701 and 1817, and will thing like it before, and they thought so happen again in 1000, 2070 and 2144, much of tho two men when thoy were whilo during tho threo following centuBOOTS, SHOES and through that thoy really did not know ries it is not onco "on tho books" at this when thcJConvention camo on bow thoy early dato. On tho other hand, Easter wore to vote between them. Mr. Hend-ric- k nover falls later than April 25 ; this was and Mr. Rhea both, ongaged themtho caso in 1000, 1734 nnd 1880, and will only happen onco in tho next century selves into tho good will of tho peoplo namely in 1043. Pall Mall Gazette. hero, and when Convention day comes to guess who will get on It will bo hard Agents Wanted. tho countio's instructions between them. Embracing everything kept in 0 oo J uctlve men wanted to canvas the Taken all in all the day last Monday was school district in Ilreckenrldgo, Hancock and a much enjoying ono for Domocrats and a first-claMeado counties. Experience not necessary to store. succcst. Will pay a rnlary of $3,00 per day it was tho opinion of all, that our party guaranteed, Apply at onco to the undersigned could bo kept in better trim if thoy could at Stcphensport Ky., como oftcner and moro of them. A.T. DLAIN. . want it at a very moderate price; want it for less than Eastern trash; want honest and square dealing want good and true values present; don't want any If you don't want to pay for any gifts If you don't want to be humbugged; If you don't want Eastern factory trash; And come to us. If you a need a new a X", ,lr ..." a , x JULIUS W I I r ' tit . .. , ' ' - ;' f '- VIS - - ,I ' t GO TO "Old Reliable" Clothiers " THE k. IlookTI i1 ESTABLISHMENT OP A.- o T LOOK! C-Sb- HERE WE ARE H SI if 3 II SULZER'S OLOVERPORT, KY. I N' G in t (1 I I P m varnisnes, isrusnes. MABB What Is Made By Buying your ! I -- .P. '.!-- . SMART m WHY? MONEY IS MADE OF ,.,, n W i r"r"" J iii D TT1Q i 'StSS1!!1 TtT TTflG JAKJ R. E. MOORMAN, He keeps constantly in the Celebrated Elizabcthtown Hams stock and Jacob N. Meyer, Pure Leaf Lard. EVERY PIECE GUARANTEED. Goods promptly dolivered to nny part of the city. 2DT5KTM 8c MARK. ' MBtCHABx Big Spring, Ky. Furelawloneleal dTaax-uJactraroe- Only Toy 1 I I 111 llii I EnmHa - v I j j l l & i v. f OCTROY, $MID..C3 GREGORY & CO., Agents, CLOVERPORT, KY. As the war with Italy is over, and business has settled down, wo are displaying tho largest line of -- yi Clothing, illiiM&y Qvor . . , : Ladies' Spring and Summer :- - Dress Goods Ever offered to this trade, such as ) MADIAS CLOTHS, CASSIMEEES, OUTING OLOTE, GINGHAMS And all tho latest patterns in ss s. Littlo Early Risers nover grlpo or cause nausea. Mild but sure, assist rather than forco. Best littlo pill for sick headacho, chronic constipation, dyspepsia. Sold by G, W. Short. Do Witt's Administrator's Notice. BLACK and WHITE LAWNS,: Wo also havo an immense lino of Embroidorics in Black and White Our stock of " $12,000 Jacob N. Meyer. All persons having claim against the estate of Peter F. Flood, deceased, are hereby notified to produco said claims before uie properly proven, on pr before the 1st day of Juno, 1891. All persons Indebted to the (.state of Peter F. Flood, deceased, aro hereby notified to come forward and settle at once without any further notice. Given under my hand this 0th day of April, JOHN J. FLOOD. Adin'r. 1891. Worth of Goods that must bo sold Wo don't fay anything about prices FARM FOR SALE or EXCHANGE ! I will tell my farm located (n Missouri, four Como and bogus and Ictus convince milts from Moberly, Randolph County, conbarn, you that wo can sol! you goods as taining 80 acres, has good house,farm Is corn well The crib and divided into meadow and plow land, with 15 cheap as tho noxt fellow, CLOTHING Is rapidly being diminished and wo would ask you to call , ,. mm S: jzzL nnd look through, beforo you buy your fin o a road-mast- POWDER Absolutely Pure. Wuheit A cream of tartar baking powder. laltil U. B. of till In leavening strength. Food Jltporl. Govcrmntnt IV YOUIt JIAC1C AVIUM Or you aro U worn out, really goal for nothlBg It l general debility. Try XKOWX'S IRON MTTHJiS. IvwiU euro you, pd give a koo1 appetite Sow by all ueaiors in iiKsllcluc. ASTEAY NOTICE. Btnto of Kentuoky, C unty of BreokonrlJge. Taken up ai kitray by Jainci Deftvln, Urine near St. Mam Church, Dreokenridge county, on or about the 20th Init, ono red steer, age about two yearf, with a littlo white on the end of lili tail. Marked with a crop flit ar.d Under bit In right car. having no brand or other marki.and whleh wa appralicd by Simon Dearln tnd Leo HJnton of the ralue of Ten Dollar ($10.) Witneni my hand tlili 28th dag of March, Wm. Am. J. P. n. O. 1891, acres of good timber, and watered by a good living stream of water through ono tide of It. This offer a good opportunity for some one to Moberly being a go Into the Fruit buslnet. good market for fruit, etc. I will exchange the above fur a small Livery ttock In tome thriving town in Kentuoky. For particulars call on or nddrest .T. W. UUAINARD, CarSbopt, Cloverport, Ky. firtt-cla- Spccinl attention is called to our stock of ss O: :JbLi "S ". Our $1.60 nnd $2.25Shoe beats them nil. FARMERS FREE COLUMN. 01lcn anl loc wagon IorS.iIe, acod 0,c0 Morton, Hock Lick. Scott B. R Beard & Co., HARDINSBURG, KY. for cnh or cash notes. Taylor Ior sao, a good marc,Heard, Hardlnsburg, Ky. J 1 '& ttttMrtdbl '.OT''" Ku SK' V ictaqt"' Jjufniiinwiwpwiiin mmw"w p nijti.yyjrTf "11? ,mj-- to' Breckenridqe News, '$ WEDNESDAY, QARNETT8VILLE. Emtou Nkws: It has Wen my pleasure to visit good friends and the 'beautiful grounds of my young years, and should I record in anything like detail all the thoughts that come over mo about the living and the dead while here, it would need mora space than the limits of this article would compass. Ab to tho old friends, they have decreased to quito a small number, but our love has increased "with our years, and I cannot say too much in praise of the gonerouB mid kind treatment shown me by my good friends Tandy Fitch, Wm. Pusey and Jacob Darneal.' The first abatchclorwith plenty of this world's goods and a heart large enough to help the poor in every time of need ; the second is one of the best men in the county, nnd has been a voter fifty- one years, having voted tho Democratic ticket fifty times all in the same precinct, only ono other having voted oftencr in tho same precinct. Mr. P. felt a little delicacy in giving his name, but finally told mo it was Warder McCanty, abatch-clo- r who yet had hopes of finding some one to be his wife. The third a good man too, but not so prominent in church afTairs. His fort is knowing everybody and their klnfolks nnd being true to his friends. In passing through the town I found that I was comparatively a stranger, a new generation had grown tip. I went to the cemetery nnd there found the names of many on tombstones and monuments, that I once well knew. A grave yard Is not under the most advantageous circumstances a cheerful place, but I never saw one that Impressed me in such a way as this did. There is little about it that would interest a stranger. It seems to be going to ruin, briars and weeds in many places choke up and smother tho Uowers planted there by loving hands, and some plots are well kept. You will see some rich and some good people's graves almost neglected. Near tho entrance is tho Pusey plot and in it a small monument stands at the head of George Ilaitt'8 grave, once a good citizen of Cloverport. The thought was impressed on my mind should I find a last resting place near the city of my early boyhood days, as be had, it would be my greatest pleasure. A little further on is a nico tablet to tho memory of Jno. C. Ijiwsoii, my first Sunday school teacher, I wanted to put the Epitaph written by George Elliott, on his tomb: "Of those immortal dead, who live again in minds made better by their presence. None knew him but to love him." In another part of the grave yard are monuments to graves of men while in life I knew to be inveterate enemies, ami many a stormy scene they had in tho town near by ; also two others, one who bad been killed by tho other. I could look back and see what great mistakes some of them had made which returning thoughts brought serious reflections on myself. I was deeply impressed with the thought that we were all under the sentence of death. We may Iks ricli or poor, we may be learned or ignorant, we may be happy or wretched, we must all die. After passing through andamong these tombs some two hundred yards I came to a cliiror an abrupt bluff, on which I could stand and see nearly all tho town, nnd a beautiful stream of water, and a mill that has been therefrom the earliest of my recollections. The largo wheel turning brought back the song that I had heard years ago, which is as follows: I.UIch to the water mill all the live long da), To the creaking of the wheels a they wear the hours av.i ; !..iuguidl) the wattr glides, tirelcs on and still, Never coming hack again to the water mill. Take the lesson to jourstlf, take it, hold it fast, That tho mill will never grind with the water tliat has passed ; Oh! tht. wasted hours of life that hac floated Oh! the good we might haicdone, that's lokt w ithout a sigli ; I.ove tint we might mice li.it c had only for a word. Thoughts concleicd, hut never penned, pcrUhul unheard, "Take the lesson to yourself, etc.," Take the Iiksoii to tourMrlf honest hearts and true, Golden earsaru passing li), and joulh Is passing too; Trt to make the liest of life, lose no honest wa, All that we can call our own lies in this to-- it. I'nwer, Intellect and strength m IV not, r.innot last, Tor the mill will neier grind with the water that has passed. "1'or the mill will noer grind witli tie." APltIL 22, 180I. i' v WALL PAPER Tlicro is nothing that freshens and brightens up a homo so much ns a little paint mid nicely selected Wall Paper. The latter is bo cheap ' now nibst any one can We afford to uso it. liavo it in all the latest colorings and designs. Handsome suitings and parlor decorations. Cheaper grades in endless variety, anil prices to suit purchasers. Now is your time, call and sec us. JNO. D. BABBAGE, ! CI.OVKKl'OUT, KV. A 1 - The New Constitution. Tho Constitutional Convention did not get through Friday as it promised, but ufter a night's session and nn early htart ftiturday, it was enabled to put up tho shutters at 12:40 that afternoon. The body was in session over seven months, during which a great deal of good time was frittered away in useless debates and on questions purely legislatixe, and the outcome is a most cumbersome and in numerous instances a very unintelligible document, which if adopted will take the courts many years to construe. The complete instrument was published both of Saturday and in the Courier-Journthe Times of that day, requiring nearly Tho pre15 columns of solid nonpareil. sent Constitution contains 12,580 words, the proposed has 21,000. It is almost a day's reading and w e have not had time to read it consecutively, but a cursory jterusal discloses a good many things to commend and jicrhaiw as many more to condemn. Asa whole, we are not prepared to open war on the projKKed organic law or to rally to its suport. We shall do one or the other when we fully study it, and occupy no middle ground. Among the changes especially praiseworthy are prohibition of local and special legislation by the general assembly ; remedy of the evil of frequent elections ; reform in taxation and exemption; a barrier to extravagant public expenditures and provision for the better administration of government, State, county, and municipal ; reduction of the grand verdict jury from 10 to 12, three-fourth- s in jury case authorized convicts not to be worked outside of the piison walls, provision for a reformatory for juvenile oll'enders, prohibition of the State and counties and municipalities to aiding railroads or other corporations except to build turnpikes, gravel roads and bridges. The secret ballot has been substituted for the present viva voce system of voting, which its advocates believe is a safe guard around the institution absolutely necessary to preserve its purity. On the other hand, there are numerous things that no man with the material interests of the State at heart can endorse. The article on corporations is simply idotjc and must as has been adopted for the demagogic purpose of securing votes, by pandering to the popular, but no less senseless, wholesale enimity to corporate institutions, esie-ciall- y railroads. With charters changeable and revokable at the will of the Legislators and a prohibitory clause against a railroad company owning a coal mine and transporting its output and vice versa, a declaration is made in eiruct that we have a sutlicient number of railroads, and capital is not wanted within our borders to help develop our inexhaustible resources. We are interested in no corporation of the kind and care not whether tho charge is made that wo are subsidized, provided it is not made in too close proximity to us, but we are for the fair thing and want capital invited to rather than driven from al when founded on reason and of thoso poisons ol putrefaction donomU equity should be enforced and the prin- nated ptomaines. The use of milk in the three articles ciples of tliu order protected unto the death of all personal fcclingand personal which most often seem to be the source of danger clearly indicates this substance preferences, growing Out of a partisan as the first cause of trouble. Scieiitilllc spirit of any kind, whatever; investigation of the sickness produced in TiiKitF.FoitE bo it resolved, by Ridge widely sepcrated localities shows identity Spring Subunion No. 1785, Hardin Counof symptoms and results, thus clearly ty Ky., That tho Stato Secretary of tho proving its common origin. This was State Union as required by law should specified in Berlin by Dr. Briegor, nnd in furnish each president nf the County Unions with a confidential circular em- America by Prof. C. F. Vaughn, ns an bracing the nets and an itemized account active poison present in stnle milk, cream tyrotoxl-con- . of all expenses of each meeting held by and cheese, and now known nn It has been found in sweet milk th0 Executive Committee and tho presinot properly cooled, in oysters stewed s, dent should report the same to tho with milk, in cream pull's, and in old through their delegates. cheese, thus directly pointing to its Jicwlutl, that consistency is a jewel nnd habitat in milk. In most instances tho in order to be consistent brother D. K. illness has been traced to some such conShults, should keep his editorials on file dition ns the mingling of milk over a day and in sight, and wo endorse him when old with that newly drawn, tho uso of he says let us act in harmony nnd In inilkorcreninovertwenty-fourhoursold- , unison. tho use of utensils imperfectly cleaned, licaolcett, that the Editor of the Executho ubo of milk kept in damp, tive committees' departm nt of the Farplaces, mers dome Journal, has militated against Tho poisonous elements called ptotht) government of tho F. & L. Union, maines accumulate iu cans nnd metal in an editorial of the 21st. of March en- vessels of all kinds with great rapidity; titled the "Two Factions," in which he a single hour, under favorable conditions, says tho third patty faction can have tho will develop millions of the infinitesimal question of right to form a third 'wirty pests. settled belter by an appeal to the people, The boiling of milk while it is quite than it could by a law of the Union foun fresh seems to guard against tho devejoji-ineof the germs of tuberculosis,, and ded on the fundamental principles of the any doleterious matter an Union. Dr. Acker's English Pills "blue milk ;u hut this never can bo invilletohcd, that it is hereby requested that ting food, and its use is not advisable, al- Arc active, effective and pure. For sick tho next Legislature of K y., carry out the though it is not known to be positively headache, disordered stomncli, loss of But even boiled milk can berecommendations of Gov. Iluckner, by harmful. biliouscome injurious by being placed in vessels appetite, bad complexiou nnd appointing a bank examiner and thereby that are not scrupulously clean. Harper's ness, thoy havo never been equaled, save the hard earnings of depositors. Btizar. either in America or abroad. For Sale Jlesohcd, that for tho want oi more For an emergency there is no remedy by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and money in circulation, farming does not more essential than "C. C. C. Certain Witt it Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. pay and that the credit system cost the Cough Cure" for Croup, Whooping Examine Babbago's new line of queens-warfarmer and laborers fiom ten to twenty-fiv- e Cough, etc. Sold by J. W. Owen. per cent, on all articles bought on credit, so witli high rates of interest, cost of credit and low prices for the products of the farm, the farmer has just cause of complaint. I.ATK AI.EXANDKH'S HOTEL, liivolttd, that the editor of the THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. News, is entitled to the thanks of the Rates $2.fi0 Per Day. inehilx-of the F. A L. Union in Hardin Cor. Jeflcison, Center nml Giccn Streets, opposite Couit-IIouscounty, forphblishingall resolutions and notices sent to his ofiieo by members of LOUISVILLE, KY. the order nnd it is hereby ordered, that W. R. LOGAN, Manager. the, secretary send a copy of the foregoing A. V. Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Mai shall, Clerks. resolutions to the Ellzebcthtown News, Meiulc County News, Biikckkniiiimik News and Grayson Gazette, and request the publication of the same. D. J. Mautin, Sect. Union Sub-unionnt e. Resolutions of tho Spring Ridge Lodge tific physicians that in milk, more than In any other animal food substance, there Hardin County. Is a field favorable for the development Wiiekkas, the laws of the F. it L. Potatoes. We commend the example of Iligalls to tho professional politicians of this country. IHs wings havo grown weary in their flight, his soul is wrenched by the base ingratitude of his kind, his heart heats are like tho tolling of a funeral bell, nnd he has, he says, given up public life and taken to farming. No more will he lash the democrats with tho vehement whirlwind of his sarcasm ; no more will ho cooliko n sucking dove to the Farmers' Alliance. Politics have lo.it their charm, and now hodrives his team afield, grasps the handles of the hilarious plough, ami with a "gee lip, there 1" turns a furrow straight as a bee line. Ho refuses to be interviewed, his onlv motto being: Let tho dead past bury its dead. His contentions arc over, his peace of mind is restored, nnd In rustic simplicity ho seeks the goal of life. The great question of the day, he sagely lcmaiks, is potatoes. That succulent vegetable triumphs over politics, nnd he is serene. With lint on tho back of his head, his sleovcs rolled up, a hoc orspado hung over his shoulder, ho bids a long farewell to all his greatness nnd seeks surcease of sorrow in potatoes. It is well. Perhaps many another "forlorn nnd shipwrecked brother," who thought to tako the tide of fortune nt its flood, but missed footing, will go nnd do likewise nnd give the country cause for general rejniceing. New York Herald. 1891 FRANK S.COOK. -- : :- - LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES, DOOHS, ".83 SASH &c ZBLIiETjDS Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET. 15th. & 16th STS., 13 LOUISVILLE, KY. Mcntion this paper. WILLAMD 9 c, YOUR STOREKEEPER is behind the age if he doesn't keep SAPOLIO in stock. No city store Is without it. The great grocers of the country handle no !- 'va -- 1 "i -;. 'jfr- E-to- other scouring soap because the best housekeepers will not use cheap imitations which are liable to do damage far greater than the little saving in cost. If your storekeeper does not keep SAPOLIO tell him to wake up. If he offers ) ou something else when you ask for SAPOLIO tell him tc be wise and deal in genuine goods. I Cloverport PlaningMill MANUKAOTI'ltKIlS AND DKALKIIS IX It pays to have the best. -- The First Symptoms of Death. Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in various parts of the body, sinking at the pit of the stomach, loss of appetite, feverishncss, pimples ot sores, arc all positive evidenco of poisoned blood. No matter how it became poisoned it must be purified to avoid death. Dr. Acker's English Blood Elixir has never failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poison. Sojd under a positive guarantee by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt it Meador, Ilardinsbunr, Ky. Rough and Dre$ed Ipte HEEE WE AEE AGAIN H ! . zu a ut.iiiruin . . ffe 1 111 h. , The vacillating course of the body which seems not to have known itsmind two days in succession, its distrust of the people and its long stay at Frankfort at so heavy a cost to tho State, has destroyed public confidence in its work, and unless there is an almost complete change of opinion, the new Constitution will be Maybe defeated by a large majority. after it is studied alid better understood the change may come, but at present the outlook is unfavorable for it. There will be 200,000 copies of the instrument printed. Wo shall see that each of our Kentucky readers get one and ask that Interior it bo read before condemned. Kentucky. d Respectfully, J. E. Keith. Guaranteed Cure for La Grippe. We autliorizo our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition. If you are alllicted with Iji Grippe and will use this remedy according to directions, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may return the bottle and have- your money refunded. Wo make this offer, because of the wonderful success of Dr. King's Now Discovery during last season's epl demic. Have heard of no case in which it failed. Try it. Trial lwttle free at si?o G. W. Short's Drug Store. 50c. and 1.00. An Eloquent Tribute. At tho late bar meeting held in memory of Judge Louisville Stites, none of the eulogiums there delivered attiacted more nttention than Col. Rolwrt Woolley's tribute. His address in full was as follows: "Mr. Cliairman: In memoriam of Henry J. Stites, I have a right to say that for eight years ho gave honor to tho Bench of his native State, and that for nearly twenty years he presided witli absolute impartiality over the Jefferson Court of Comjnon Pleas. His bed of justice was as pure as a virgin's couch, Friday night, at eight and a half of the clock, hif body perished, and a bird it a retumingand ascending may have-beedove escaped, and nt once tlicro was a trial before that High Court that sits amid tho stars in the firmament, and, whether tried by divine or human law, I know that he was acquitted. "During many weary months ho lived nnd languished, nnd, with that prophetic vision which often seems to grow sti onger nnd brighteras we approach the darkness of the river, he saw tho end with placid courage and calm rciiosc. His life was graced by social honor, domestic virtue, and was supported by robust integrity, and, with modest faith, ho always confessed allegiance to his Master, to whom ho rendered homago as tenant for life. In tho long evening of tho declining day lie closely observed tho conduct of tho forces nf nature, whoso child he was. At last the summons came, and tho minister of justice, still obedienttotholaw,bowed his head and went to heaven. "Mr. Chairman, I will support the resolutions." st back at my old We respectfully ask a share of the patronage of the public, by doing stand and regood work and at prices as low as any. Call and get our figures on any spectfully solicit work or material in our line. a the patronage of W. 13. MARTIN, Manager. the public. in F. N. D'lIUY, Sec. & Trcas. Flooring, Weatherboarding1, Doors, Sash, Shingles, Laths, Etc. endless Variety. T am now jk X $ & HflHKP V ..3 T'. i. -- sx n i Rough Lumber Wanted. , Alrxander's Louisville, - Hoteiia, Kentucky. FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Priecp. Seventh and Market Streets, r - .C3 Having sold out our entire interest in the hotel on JefTerson street, wo have removed to our old stand that wo occupied for years so successfully at Seventh nnd Market Btrcets, aro now fitting it up in clegnnt shape new throughout, and the, outfit in every way will be elegant, including ono of Hale's Safety Passenger and Baggage Elevators witli all tho late improvements. AVo want all of our old friends to come nnd see us in our old home. Wo promise you that our Hooins, Table and Service shall bo second to none in tho land. My wife, Mrs. Jo. B. Alexnnder, wants to be remembered to nil herlndy friends nnd she will be glad to seo them nnd give them n hearty reception. FHMILY D RONOuNCING J3IBUBS Id our subscription line every proper name Is itlrlilMl Into syllable), and the accent-marl- c llncul over the emphatic syllable, so tlmt lllblu readers can tell nt a glance the proper pronuurl mlonof Uiouord. .. ?. 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"My Motto" quick sales and small profit. Two drawer dropleif Singer Sewing Machines low arm, with all attachment. $10,50 Five drawer dropleaf Singer Sewing Machine, high arm, with all attachments $19,50 Send me a check or the money by register letter, and I will ship you a machine to any part of the country. Respectfully, L. D. ADDISON, Addison, Ky. C. W. sssssTaflPHHKx ACENTS WANTEPI j Look to your Interests, and write for terms to SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ACENTS. TO (Mention this paper. CRANSTON & STOWE, - - CINCINNATI, O. B. FOR MEN ONLY! for LOBTorFAIUHO tensru and msttvttuu rkbixityi iVcakatuef SftdrudMiEi. ESTuta lafEmnorXxAeaiealnOkifirYdufir. Vltiuf, llfcl SUSIIOOU rally HCrd. Hw to aUm a4 BtraatlSnWKlK.lSDETSLOrXDOBetXSSiriaTSOrMDI. a fer. Akwlalalr nrilllal HOIS TKUTIIIT-BaatlMWjrru.08tltMaa4ralfmCautrl. ffrlutata. IMacrlatln Bank, aialaaaUaa a4 ynafi aiaHaS (wal) bra. Un ERIE MEDIOAt. CO., BUFFALO, N. Y. KANKOQBj Sta Louisville, Si, Louis & Texas R, Co. TIME SCHEDULE Tukliiff Ufrocl At 5:00 o'clck A, U., SundaKoT.SO. 189Q , Wat Bound TraUt Mall S. Kxpr's Kxpr's Dally 7MI 3STO. 17. Journal. A Philosophical Family. AithII.i has pimples, anil orc In the head, 1'rotn humors Internal licr niifcf has grown red; She's a boll on her nick that U l)l( as a licit, Hut In other respects hc I ilolnif quite well. Anil pa has licpia, malaria anil kouI, Hl hands wltti alt.rliciim arc all broken out ; lie l prone to rheumatics that make lil legs swell Hut In other rupects he In dulnj; quite well. s anil n troutilekomc And ma has cough, That all of our doctors can't unn todrlic tfl"; She wake eer) night and coughk quite a spt.ll. Hut In other respect hc is doing quite well. niht-sweat- That Terrible Cough In tho morning, hurried or difficult breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in J. II. Hickman) Prcs't. the chest, qulckncd pulse, chillness in tho evening or sweats at night, all orany ir Vice-lW- t. Biu.woim, V. A. EmiKirr, Sec. & Mgr WJ .:sw-- .o yBtfr- BEST tit 2v Eail Bound Train 62 w STATIONS Mall A Dally 105 64 Kxpr's Kxpr's Dally 0 05pm 860 810 There is nothing like iliyloHopliy to help one bear tho ills of life, but in tho case of this family what is most needed is n good supply of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It would cleanSo Amelia's bad blood, cure pa's ailments, nml check ma's couirh. The "Golden Medical Discovery," by its action on the liver, cleanses tho system of impurities. It cures humors, ulcers, boils, scrofula, erysipelas, and all kinds of sores and swellings. The only guaranteed snlt-rhcublood-purifier. r" fa' Lvrgg There Tiro many Cough Remedies, but only one "Certain Cough Cine." Seo that the trade mark "C. C. C." is on the wrapper and blown in the bottle. Sold by J. W. Owen. of these things are tho first stages of consumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough BJFJTJ ISflilssflirMi lIlBiWHiif amSSSmmUM It is stated with every appearance of Remedy will cure these fearful symptoms truth that eight thousand familes, embrac nnd is sold under a positive guarantee ing probably thirty thousand persons, along the Ohio Hi ver. by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and li vo in shanty-boat- s Witt it Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. These people live mainly on fish, or upon tho proceeds of fishing. Thoy float from MILK POISONS. y town to town and lead a sort of existence that is quite a puzzle to Tho Danger From Ice Cream and "Pastry Cooks' Cream." tho average landlubber. It has often been said, and with truth, that one-haWo aro repeatedly startled by accounts of the woild does not know how the of tho poisoning of a number of persons other half lives, and it can be said with who arc suddenly attacked by illness afof ter eating food prepared in bomo place equally as much truth that one-hatho world cannot understand how or why other than home. Sometimes the injuthe other half contents itself with its en- rious substance is distributed to many vironment. Commonweal. 3H.A.N,Tjr:ir,.A.CTU:R323D places from eomo central locality, like a BTT caterer's or confectioner'aestablishmentj Do Not Suffer Any Longer. or numbers partaking of a hotel dinner, Knowing tliata cough can bo checked pendingsomo local celebration, are strickMaterial & Workmanship Unsurpassed, Durability, Style & Finish Unequalled. in a day, and tho first stages of consump- en with Bomo mysterious illness; or nt a Manufacturers of Wagons, Drays nnd Dump Carts. Capacity 25 wagons n day, tion broken in a week, we hereby guaranpicnic or church festival some miscreant tee Dr. Aqker'B English Cough Remedy, is credited with poisoning tho ice cream. with 11 rapidly growing trado extending over eighteen Southern and Western Stntea and will refund tho money to all who It may be noted that ice cream nnd tho and wherover Intoduced is universally considered tho best wagon on tho market. "pastry-cookcream" aro moro buy, tako it as per directions, and do Eon Sai.k iiy not find our statement correct. For often than any other kind of food local& Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., ized as the source of mischief. This fact and Witt it Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. is significant, It is well known to scien happy-go-lucklf lf J&sftmp ar xsVa. twMm imm.wwjr &VJtKy THE tr.M ' AnaciLsvWLS Dally 8 20 UtX) 0 25pm SU'Min lv.Un'n Dp't..ar 71S 7 45 7ftS 8(M 81)7 003 92U 0 27 U40 8 40 864 837 811 MEDICINE CUEAVEST MEDICINE CONSIDERING SVER 8! 830 8 47 86U 8l UttJ U1U CHILL CUFfE. .KNOWN WTXJC. AJE.SO OXJH3E1 QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. 10 12 10 20 10 27 10 30 1044 unci 91t 111 810 UXi 0 40 1048 1062 11 BILIOUSNESS, IT (M DYSPEPSIA, !)K 1114 1120 11 Kentucky St. 60 West Point 10pm 12 U7pm 805 Howard Hock Hnven 11 63 tin 7 45 I.oni; Ilrunch 114.) 7 35 llrandenburir 1134 7 20 Meade Springs 1130 722 I'.kron 1124 710 Gustnn 1110 707 Irvington 1107 068 Webster 1068 0 49 1061 Lodlliurg 641 1'iirce 1042 630 SLmplc 1030 6 24 Stephensport 1020 615 10 21 Addison 0 09 1018 Holt 600 Cloverport 10 OJ 661 12 12 Jil MI AND CIIIIOHIO CONSTIPATION. 01 X7 10 (W 1144 11 11 12 "THE OWENSBORO," TOae zo O. C. 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