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CLOVEEPORT, A Tradesman, IhM newspaper in the homes of people buying the kind of goods you may have to sell. Moral Invlts them to your store. VOL. XV. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1891. NO. 40. DID YOU KNOW THAT ' Dry Goodsi Geo.Yeakel&Co. BRANDENBURG, KY. Aro Just receiving a great many of the very hast In Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Notions, Ac. More new styles, handsome selections, choice novelties than over before. We will gratify your ambition to buy cheap, and give extra good qualities In the bargain. Married Man's Signs of Spring. In DRESS GOODS, 24o 30 In. all Wool Dress Goods, worth 40o 04o 85o 40 " Tennis Cloth, worth 6 pes new all Wool Blk. Henrietta, worth 05o 49o 4 pes new all Wool Blk. HenrietiB, worth 75c fide. Nice Di.uble width Blk. Dress Goods at 15, 18, In 20 and 25e, worth twice the money. fact we are Headquarters on all kinds of Dress Goods and Trimmings. Time was when I, In sentimental mood, Did cent the breath of Spring's first daw n, And ftel It In my blood. When I did note frondcccnt trees, fields In fresh endure drcst, And list the strenuous hum of lues On llow'rful .ilc and crest. Then was the Krot King put tn rout. ltyfore tliMinadlng sun, And Nature hung green li.inncrs out To show the vlct'ry won. Hut now no more the tender lure Or greening fields shall bring The signs which erst In bo) hood's d.ijs Onc sweet foretaste of spring. Now carpets groan 'ncuth heay blon s, Dust fills the atmosphere, And household goods nil piled In rows. 1'roclalin that spring t here. p.iint, Cold meals, King, With All utter a discordant plaint Dccl.irathc of spring. Sam. M. Gainfs. -- Commonweal. bare-floor- s, y scrub-brushetopsy-turv- c.irs ngonc, lature , Wo demand that tho next legisof Ky., pass an act authorizing tho publication of school books by tho state, 4th. GENERAL MERCHANDISE , WASH GOODS. Gl .ghams of all kinds Imported and Domcatlo Styles the latest and prices the lowest. HOSIERY, NOTIONS, &C. Extra quality Lad. Hose, regular mado worth Kxtra quality Lad. Hose, fast black 8o pr pair 20, 25o Misses Lisle Hose, black, worth 3oo Ladles' Lisle Hose, black, nt 48o per pair. 11. B. Corset, all sites, at 25c. (1. C. Corset, nil sites, at 48c. HANDKERCHIEFS. 4o for choice Hemstitched Handerohlefs. 6o for Ladles' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs. 8o for Gent's Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Extra quality Lad. Blk. Hoo, worth 25o 120. 0o 25c V bordered. Lace and Fine Embroidered Handkerchief Silk Handkerohlefs a large assortment. All Linen Table Cloths, full length at 79o. lOo for all Linen Largo Towels. Extra Quality Twilled Crash at LADIES' AND MISSES' FINE SHOES. tlPo for our Nellie Bly, Sowed Shoes, In Button and Front, lace, all sites. We have a large and well assorted stock of Low Shoes In Oxford Ties, Slippers, Ac. 7o. Tulking of patent medicines you know tho old prejudice. And tho doctors o:no of them nre between you and us. They would like you to think that what's cured thousands won't euro you. You'd believe in patent medicines if they didn't profess to euro everything and so, between tho experiments of doctors, and the experiments of patent medicines that aroBohl only because there's money in tho "stuff," you Iomj faith in everything. And, you can't always tell the prescription that cures by what you read in the papers. So, perhaps, there's no better way to sell a remedy, than to tell the truth about it, and take the risk of its doing just what it professes to do. That's what the AVorld's Dispensary Medical Association, of Buihlo, N. Y., does with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. If they don't do what their makers say they'll do youget your money back. to be furnished to residents thcreinat cost. nCiE'A-'Ei- n, Cth. Wo demand that all manufacturers bo cqmpolled to stamp on all articles manufactured by them, the actual cost Of manufacture. 0th. Wo oppose tho issuance of railroad pass to any person whatever. Wo HEADQUARTERS FOR rdeclare the practice to bo fraught with all manner of evil to tho peoplo of our state at largo, and to our legislators, Judges, and other officials in particular; s it stops tho mouths and warps tho judgment of tho first named, it prejudices tho opinions of tho second class, nnd too often, wo fear, it influences their decisions, while as to tho last named persons Wo have just received a very large nnd beautiful assortment of it so paralyses them they aro no longer WHITE nnd BLACK DRESS G OODS, which we arc closing out nt the servants of the people in the presence prices which will astonish you. of a railroad magnate. of abolishing the 7th. Wo are in favor olfico of county Assessor, and of having the duties now performed by that ofilce In Dress Goods wo are displaying Black Embroidered Skirting twenty-seve- n performed by the magistrates of the sevan assortment of Plaids, Stripes, Checks Inches deep at prices ranging from eral counties. L. B. Helm, Pres. County Assembly. ant' solid Colors at unprecedentedly low !W cts. to $1 .00 per yard. Also n full line Skirting Goods, ranging in A. M. IlAimt.v, Sec.County Assembly. prices. Call anil seo the beauties we nre of Whito prices from 35 cts. to 80 cts. per yard. displaying. Calico3, including Indigos at 5 cts. A Dangerous Period. per yard. season moves swiftly toward the Astho boundary lines that lie between winter Wo have just received n beautiful lino of and spring, it frequently happens that tho human system, which has homo the strain of winter, shows signs of relaxation. In all ages this period has been noted as a dangerous one, especially to those who A courso of have weak constitutions. Which wo aro selling at prices which astonish every one who tho great blood purifier nnd tonic, examine the lino. S. S. S., will enable the most delicate to face tho season's changes with impunity. In GROCERIES wo lead in prices, wc aro selling them regardless It is a medicine that not only strengthens of cost. the weak and the delicate, but is an addiCall and sop our line, the most complete over brought to the country tional safeguard for those who consider themselves strong. yiAjrtM,rU - x Witt & Meador CLENDEANE, KY. Dry Goods, Hats, Gent Furnishing Goods, S Clothing, Shoes and Dress Goods. Black and Embroidered Mulls. That Witt That Witt That Witt That Witt That Witt HOES! ARE SELLING THE BEST LOT OF IN TOWN. & & & & & 4 Meador Meador Meador Meador Meador havo tho cheapest line of Shoes in town. have marked their goods down in reach of all: have tho best line of dress goofls in town. lmvc the best trade in Hardinsburg. have the best assortment of Gent's Neckwear DRESS GOODS. and Suspenders ever exhibited in Hardinsburg. That Witt & Meador aro tho leading Druggists in Hardinsburg. That Witt & Meador have tho best Garden Seed on tho market. That Witt & Meador aro doing tho business of this place. That Witt it Meador have the best line of Cigars and Tobacco .in town That Witt it Meador invito special attention of tho Ladies and Young Men. Ladies, call and sec our lino 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 have the best line in town. WITT & MEADOE, HARDINSBUItG, KY. Spring Clothin: MOOKMAN & BEELEE, GLENDEANE, flilH S3 S3 CD DOMESTICS. $1.00 for 20 yds. Best Cannelton $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 lo'diburg. In Memory of Thomas J. Orendorff. Thomas J. Orendorff, a native of Breckenridge County, Ky., died on his plantation near Boiling Fork, in Shaskey Ho had County, Miss., April 4th, 1891. been in ill health for several years, and was attacked with la grippe, which has prevailed in the south this winter with considerable fatality, and died in a few days. Mr. Orendorff was born near Webster, in this county, March 11th, 18o3, and consequently was thirty-eigyears of age at the time of his death. He was thirteen when the war closed, and in consequence of tho losses sustained by his family through ils ravages, ho was forced in u measure to educate himself, attending school through tho fall and winter, nnd working on a farm during tho spring nnd summer, until he prepared himself to teach, when ho taught and attended school alternately, finally receiving an excellent English education. Ho then engaged in the study of tho law, graduating with honor from tho Louisville Law school in the class of 1875, when tho eminent Judge Pirtlo was at tho head of that Institution, and tho lato General Jnmes Speed was a Professor. Ho remained in tho office of Judgo Pirtlo for several months, and then went to Mississippi to practico law, but becoming fascinated with cotton planting, he took charge of tho Plantation of Dr. Phelps (also a Kentuckian) which ho conducted for two years. Ho then invested largely in tho rich farming lands of tho Yazoo valley (in Mississippi,) and when bis health failed was ono of tho most successful planters in his adopted county; and in connection with his brother, Dr. T. T. Orendorff, owned largo and valuable plantations of the finest of cotton lands. Mr. Orendorffmarried Miss. Alica Hello a very accomplished woman, who, with threo children survive him. His death is tho first broken link in a family of seven children; Dr. Henry Orendorff, Professor in the Kentucky school of medicine at Louisville; C. C connected with tho Southern Pullman Car Company; Dr. T. T. and W. A, of Boiling Fork, Miss., Mrs. W. II. Perrin, of Louisville, and Mrs. 13. S. Crosier, of New Albany, Ind. His mother Mrs. Mary A. F. Orendorff, survives, nnd resides with her daughter in Louisville. Mr. Orendorfi" was a kind and indulgent father and husband, an exemplary christian, and an upright nnd honorable citizen. His family were telegraphed for, and Dr. H. Orendorfi', and Mrs. Perrin responded to tho summons, but did not arrive until ho was laid to rest, so rapidly did the disease terminate. ht KY. V t ?' The Breckenridgo county assembly of tho Farmers' Mutual Benefit Association, met at Lodiburg, on April 4th, 1891. Best Bleaohed Cotton. Quito a large crowd was present, and finish Dark Calicos Best Wool every lodge in the county was fully repCLOTHING. resented, but one. Tho utmost harmony Our Stock or Clothing comprises the very prevailed, and all present manifested a prices. For best goods, latest styles and lowest lively interest in the proceedings. The Men, Sack, Straight Frock, Four Button Cutaway, Trlnco Albert, In all tho latest Fabriis. following officers were elected for the For Boys', Youths and Children, we have anymonths. C.B. Helm, President; thing you want, from the lowest to best high J. T. Wheeler, Vice-P- r sident; A. M. grade goods. Secretary; G. A. Hendry, Hardin, Treasury- - All other business properly BRANDENBURG, KY. coming before tho assembly "was ransacted, and tho following was unanimously adopted. As National Measures, we favor the St. Louis platform, which is as follows: 1st. Wo "demand the abolition of national "ba"nks, and the substitution of legal tender treasury notes in lien of National bank notes ; issued in sufficient volume to do the business of the country on a cash system; regulating tho amount needed on a per capita basis, as the business InteresOof the country expand, and that all money issued by tho government This column for shall bo legal tender in payment of nil debts, both public and private. 2nd. Wo demand that congress shall pass such laws as sliall effectually prevent tho dealing in futures of all agricultural and mechanical productions, preserving a stringent system of proceeduro in trials as shall secure tho prompt conviction, Building Hardware, Nails, both and imposing such penalties as shall secure tho most perfect compliance with Steel and Wire. tho law. 3rd. Wo demand tho free nnd Stoves, $7.00 (or a No. 7 Double coinage of silver. Stove. Just think of it ! Oven 1th. Wo demand tho passage of laws Rope Pumps, for deep and shallow prohibiting the alien ownership ot land, and that congress tako early steps to o wells. some plan to obtain all lands now Plows, Rakes, Hoes and Shovels. owned by aliens and foreign syndicates, and that all lands now held by railroads Cioss-cu- t Saws, Axes, Carpenter's and other corporations in excess of such as is actually needed by them, bo reTools. claimed by the government, and hold for Hinges for Farm Gates, and all actual settlers only. 5th. .Behoving in tho doctrine of sizes of Bolts. "equal rights to all and special privileges Tin and Iron Roofing, also anything to none," wo demand that taxation, or state, shall not bo used to build made from Tin or Iron. up ono interest or class at tho expense of another. We beliovo that the money of Tin Guttering and Spouting. tho country should bo kept as much as Double Shovel Plows, Chilled possible in tho hands of tho peoplo, and hence wo demand that all revenues, Plows and Avqry Plows. national, state or country, shall be limit' Fencing Wire all kinds. ed to tho necessary expenses of tho economically and honestly adFishing Tackle When it comes to ton. for 2n yds. for 20 yds. for 13 yds. for 20 yds. Good Check Cotton. Good Bleach Cotton. Brown Cut- - Wo nre also agents for the Celebrated 'Studebaker" wagons and tho "Oliver Chilled" Plow. Wo sell tho Horse Shoo brand "Fertilizer's" manufactured by the North Western Fertilizer Co., Chicago, 111. This is a very high grade of Fertilizer, the best on the market, call and get our price before buying. We will snvo you from 10 to 15 per cent. A Success. Boyal Germctuer is established as a remarkablo success. Thousands of testimonials attest its. virtue. Many of these aro given by men and women of tho highest standing in the most honored walks of life. In tho midbt of a flourishing nnd rapidly increasing business, tho price is reduced from $1.50 to St per bottle. This is done in tho interest of those whoso circumstances in life 'deter them from paying tho higher price. Tho rich will buy it nt any price, but tho managers feel that a medicino which possesses such wonderful powers should be placed within tho reach of tho poor. Many have said that Germetuer was tho cheapest medicine on tho market. When it is remembered that n bottle of Germetuer makes (i gallon of medicino ready for use, it is certainly cheaper than ordinary medicino in a bulk, nnd when tho powers of the medicino aro taken into nccount, tho price amounts to almost nothing. Germetuer is the coming success that has already come. Ask your druggist for it, and If ho cannot supply you writo to 13. M. Coleman, General Iteprescnta-tive- , Louisville, Ky. Send for book containing particulars and history of wonderful cures. GLANDERS. in The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil priees can be found at It is Natural With Them to Be Courteous. Geo.Yeakel&Co., Notice ! BargainS do-vis- Break Out in Union County Among the Horses. The Morganfield Sun says: "Two genuine cases of glanders mado their appearance in Uniontown this week : "Tuesdny word was sent to Dr. II. L. Casey to como to Uifiontown immediately as it was thought the fearful disease had at last manifested itself there. Ho immediately started and upon arriving in Uniontown went to where tho diseased animals were and examined them. After a thorough examination ho pronounced both cases glanders nnd ordered the animals shot, Ono of them, a mule, belonged to Clark Boeder. Instead of shooting tho mulo Boeder started as wo aro told, with tho animnl for Bockford, on Highland creek. Wednesday morning tho officers of Henderson were notified by telegram of tho fact. The other also a mule belonged to Tom Baldwin. This mulo w as shot nnd buried. A pony that had been associating with thq diseased nudes was also ordered to bo killed. It was further onlercd that tho stablo in which thoy were kept bo well disinfected. Dr. Casey further suggested that all stock in Uniontown bo kept inside of stables and said stables disinfected nnd public hitching racks whitewashed. "This should warn the farmers of the fact that glanders is In tho country and that It may appear when least expected. Let everybody bo on their guard and use every precaution nnd preventive." Our esteemed Republican contemporaWe carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture ries aro atpaines to remnrk upon the cor- at prices to suit the times. Below wc quote prices of Harness made diality of tho welcomes extended to Pres- from pure Oak Tanned Leather. ident Il.umisox in tho Southern towns Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar $5.50, $6.50, 87.50, $9.00 in which lie has baited on his Southern and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, tour. Such frequent allusion has been 2.50, 3.50, $4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a lino made to the matter that the uniformed might Infer that tho Southern people aro of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at Wo carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, Tho in tho habit of being uncivil to their very low prices. guests. On tho contrary, there aro no Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertainpeople on tho globo whoso lives more ing to the trade. We have a large lino of Collars, Hamcs and Chains, habitually illustrated tho proprieties in Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will he found at our shop ready to do all kinds such matters than do those of tho people reputation for of repairs and make new work to order. of tho South. Their They genuine hospitality is world-widIt will pay you to examine our stook. could not bo otherwise than courteous nnd attentive to President Hakiiisox because they sincerely desire to make his stay in tho midst of them a pleasant one. While the people of the South genOF erally are very much giving to voting the Democratic ticket which, in tho opinion HARDINSBURG, KY. of our esteemed Republican contempora- Proprietor BOING.TURPIN, ries, is tho substance nnd educer of all This house is now open for busiovilthoy are not inclined to bo impolite ness. It has been thoroughly overto n visitor, even though ho were a perhauled, repaired nnd refurnished Capital Stock $25,000. son of much less merit than President throughout and is now in first-clas- s IIaiuiison. Commonweal. condition. We solicit the traveling B. F. BEARD, President. public to give us a call. Rates WILL MILLER, A Wonder Worker. M. II. BEAHD, Cashier. reasonable. Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man of Q. W. BEAHD B. G. TURPIN, Prop'r. 1 Dlroctors. Burlington, Ohio, states that ho had MOIUUS ESKHIDOE J It. M. JOLLY. been under the caro of two prominent used their treatment unphysicians, nnd INTEREST PAID 0M TIME DEPOSITS. til ho was not nblo to get around. Thoy pronounced his case to bo Consumption LoulsviMeiHardinsburg & Western R. D. and incurable. Ho was persuaded to CONSUMPTION COUGH OR COLD try Dr. King's New Discovery for ConNo. 5 TIME TABLE. sumption, Coughs and Colds, and at Taking Effect at 5.00 o'clock a. m. Sunday BRONCHITIS Throat Affection September 28. 1890. that time was not able to walk across West Hound Trains East Hound Trains Wasting of Hash SCROFULA tho street without resting. Ho found, Dally Daily Daily Daily before ho had used half of n dollar' bot- ex bun. ex bun. STATIONS, ex bun, ex bn Or any Disease uhtre the Throat and Lunge No. 2 No. 6 ar Inflamed, Lack of Strength or Sirv No. 5 No. 1 tle, that be was much bettor; ho con63)im 11 15im I.V Irvlnirton Ar 9 45.mii 645p rower, you can 6 relieved anil Cured by 4 50 912 Garfield 1142 enjoying 715 tinued to uso it nnd is y 4 2d 8 52 Harned 1168IH1 7 37 4 111 8 44 good health. If you havo any Throat, 12 05pm 7 45 Junction 4 00 8 37 Hardinsburg: 1213 7 55 Lung or Chest Troublo try it. Wo guar8 28 348 1223 828 Junction 123(1 815 Kirk 323 antee satisfaction. Trial bottle free nt 852 8 US 3 00 12 47 Jolly 910 7 44 1(15 G. W. Short's Drugstore. 2 20 Gleudcane 9 47 e. Do HAMHLBTOK , BANK Hambleton House HMDINSBTOG If You Have I SCOTT'S for Seott't Kmuliion, and Sold by gov-emme-iit v J. "V That congreas issuo a sufficient amount of fractional paper currency to most complete line in the country facilitate exchange through tho medium such as Poles, Lines, Hooks, of tho U. S. mails. of communica7th. Corks, Reels, Trot Lines, in fact tion andThat tho means shall bo controlltransportation ed or owned by and operated in tho inanything in this line. terest of tho peoplo, as in tho U. S. postal system. All the above to be found at As stato and county measures the following was adopted: 1st. Wo endorse tho Australian sys tem of voting, and demand of our next legislature proper enactments to carry tho same into full forco and effect throughout tho state. A'nd for less money than any 2nd. We demand that passenger rates houso in town. Call and see on all railroads in this state bo reduced him. to at least 2cts, per mile, and that freight be reduced at least one-hal- f. 3rd. Wo demand that tho salaries of CLOVERPORT,KY public officers should bo a fair compensation for tho services rendered, nnd should not bo greatly more than privato persons can obtain in a similar service. That salaries In excess of this aro a standing reward to Induco tho great scramble I have the single Comb White Lei (thorn for office, and to obtain ofilct) by corrupChicken and can furnish Eggs at $1.00 for tion and fraud, which should bo promptsetclug at the pen, or $1.50 per setting by ex- My chickens are pure stock and the ly arrested by tlio withdrawal of tho reKress. layers In the country, Satisfaction ward. Wo therefore demand a revision guaranteed, AdJpen of tho salaries, fixing them on this prinDAVIS O.JOHNSON, Bewlevvllle, Ky. ciple. 0th. this line, I keep the largest and ministered. nf-t- er Eleotric Bitters. L. MILLEH'S Eggs for Sale. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special All who have used Electric mention. Bitters sing tho same song of . praise. A purer medicine does not exist nnd it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will euro all diseases of tho Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Bheum and other nfi'ections caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from tho system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fevers. For euro of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters. Is Life Worth Living? Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Price CO cts. nnd 1.00 per Not if you go through tho world n dyspepbottle nt G. W. Short's, Clovorport, Ky., tic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets aro nnd J. A. Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. n positivo euro for tho worst forms of Dyspepsia, Indigeston, Flatulency nnd Guaranteed nnd sold by A Gorman murderer, who also had Constipation. twenty-fou- r years in an insane asy- G. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., and Witt spent lum, attempted to land from an immi- & Mendor, Hardinsburg, Ky. grant vessel at Castlo Garden last week, Occasionally a newspaper subscriber but was stopped by the authorities. Ho being released departs this life, and then it becomes mado affidavit that upon from tho asyluni tho German Govcrment tho duty of tho local postmnstor to inform paid his oxponses to this country, nnd tho newspaper of tho fact. A postmaster this affidavit will bo mado n subject of up north thus chronicles tho departure of a subscrlber,"Dead, and left no address." inquiry by the State Department. 41 Askins 133 Tho adoption of a resolution favoring n 10 Oaks 1101 148 tariff for revenue only by the Commercial 112Upm 2 00pm ArFordsvlllel.vJ congress of Western States, nt tho conclusion of their session in Knnsas City THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Ala LINE. last week, is very significant of tho pop(L. E. k ST. L. R. B.) ularity of tho Democratic doctrine. The SHORTEST, QUICKEST Congress broko up in n row, it is true, AND BEST LINE TO mabut not until nn expression from a jority of tho delagates was obtained upAND ALL POINTS on tho subject of tho tariff. Tho withSouth-Wes- t. of tho high protectionists because drawal they wcro in minority was tho cause of Time-Cain Effect Bee, 16, 1888, tho inhnrmonious ending. This in no Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.m...9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. wise affects tho verdict of tho Congress, Arr St. Louis 7:45 "...7:25 9:50 p.m. nnd it will bo accepted as a very strong Evansville 2:25 indication of tho progress that tariff reFor further information, csll on or address, JOS. S QDI0RNE, form is making all over tho county. Qen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. Danville Advocate. 1015 1021 120 Kockvale Uuth 12U 7 2!) 7 20 12 48 712 12 24 067 645am 12 00m 140 120 EMULSION With Hypophosphltes. PALATABLE AS MILK. A$k PURE CODL1VER OIL planatlo or solicitation induce you to accept a tuhitltute. BOOTT A let no m St. Louis, Evansville all Druggists. BOWNE,Chmlats, N.Y. kir West and rd Itbtr i.Touiiff cr old, a ml In ihrtr own locAlltlta.w hr rarer thr Hv. Anr on ran da tb uurk. to Irani. Wi furnish Terythlnr. Va Hart vou. No risk. You ran davula your apart tuoinaiiia, or all your lima to I ha work. IMaU an ntlrtly iitw Ira J .an J briuffa wondarful aurcata la tvtry woikar. to 50 prr wrak and upwarda, Ilfeloucra ara amlng from and mora after Hula tiporUnca. W ran furnUh you tba am I laymtnt and teach rent HICK. N tnacatotfplalnbtr. lull (nr nation IttkK. AldlHTA, JUIMI. MONEY can h mJ f our N KIT lint of work. mllly and bonorablr. br tboM or tti TKUIlAt'O,, Purifies tho blood, Increases tho circulation, expels poisonous humors nnd builds up tho system. What more do you want a medicino to perform? Do Witt's Sarsaparilla is reliable. Sold by G. W. Short. B. L. BRYANT. Trav. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. Printers' Ink A JOURNAL FOR ADVERTISERS. GREGORY & CO,, Headquarters for Vicious and Dangerous. Tho first Installment of tho now conal Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, stitution, printed from tho Courier-Journoffice, was sent out to tho press Saturday. Tho editor of tho Kentuckian tho entire has carefully rend and d obdocument nnd finds thirty-eigh- t features in it. It is in many Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring jectionable Orders acways kept on hand. respects a dangerous and vicious Instrucompanied by cash prompt bo defeated. Hopkins-vill- o ment nnd should ly filled. Kentncktnn. Fine & Poplar Shingles al- It Issued weekly, anil Is the representative Journal the trado journal of American advertisers. It Indicates to the Inexperienced adver tiser how, when, and irhero he should adver tise t bovr to write an advertisement; how display one; what newspapers to use; bow much money to expend In fact, discourses on every point that admits of profitable dljcujsion. Is an art practiced by many but understood by few. The conductors of Printers' Ink understand.lt, and their advice Is based on an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e years In placing advertiselng contract! for many of the largest and most successful advertiser. A year's subscription oosts bit two dollars : sample copies Free. Address t GEO. P. ltOWBLL & CO., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 Sprue St., New York. mMMffftASvp Tyjni re Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, APKIL J NO. P. .1 HARD1NSBURG DEPARTMENT, ! ?9, 1891. V. U. IIAIIUAUU L, H. 6l W. TIME TABLE. Keillor r Alcximlcr'a AlnlnlUli 15, r lUImont t't Dewrnilcnis until r j.jo, ," Site of to miller i'j, 71 .laugh- - I Uene (t,y Mambrliio Uilcf 11). ters with 391 jgnnii with D.i in of In the lift; mm with 6. ij i. Ylltftll. & O. HA1UIAOK. Illl.r- - .ui.l Proprietor. tioixa wlst. PaMenger Dally arr. Uariltnliurg.l2:US p.m. .. 7:48 a,ui. " Mixed lex. Sunday) arr. OOIXO King Hcne 117S ItitOtll JtJ'l Siic of lAumlor i:v. ilmltiK il nijjhli't. will. nn.lAr Jtin One pro .. ( King NiiIhoihI, ttfirn lit Hem N 110, liu.l milt u tn n!j, ,,!,, CltimljtiWirtjni . tht-ll.t- ' , X?" i.t- Ij., St. Ij. T. Local Time Card. " " " ii West East East Weit KA8T. Ik 1 Ij Mill nd Expren going ii Eit Expren if Wot Local Freight ff ff 10.05 11.07 .S8 - 9 27 11.19 -- 10.04 .m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. 8 Fatienger Dally arr. HarJInilmrg.. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. " 8:55 a.m. 3:55 p.m. Tin: Mciulo County Ueporter, new paper is out. Branilen-hurg'- I.ht every Pemocml turn out to Convention next Satunlny. Hie There should be a thousand Democrats at HardhiBburg next Saturday. Mass Convention at Uanlinsburjj Pat unlay. Let nil good Democrats turn out to the next Mom: than 17,000 people paid to see a game of base ball in New York City one dav lait week. w Joseph Mumiatten, the famous liar, it is reported, has lost his mind anil is confined in a hospital in Chicago. There is another candidate announced for clerk of the Court of Appeals, Mr. John D. Shaw, of Trigg county. Now is the time that the Democratic party should keep in the middle of the big road, and swell the procession until 0J. & Perhaps Dr. Hunted is right in thinking he is the Wheeler's candidate, but that was n very light call that he went in on. Tin: Hawcsville Plaindealer says, that Hon. Henry Mum will be a candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney in that district. A Democratic muss Convention is like an old fashioned Methodist revival, a good place to get your spirits renewed anil niv a word for the faith that is in you. The Frankfort Capital says, that fiov-crn- Buckner is endeavoring to arrange for the unvailing of the monument to Luke P. Blackburn, in that city on May '27. Cleveland in a late interview, says, that he wrote Ids famous silver letter because his party had a right to know Ids position on that question, and that it ougjit to be discussed before 1892. McAdams, of of Hancock county, has calleJ a meeting of his party on the 2d of Jlay, at the Court House in Hawcsville to nominate a candidate for l.oprcsentative. CiiAiiuiiN Kugimc P. the BepublicaiuCjOmmittcc, Mr. Iogan Pate went to Owcnsboro Monday. Come to the mass Convention next Saturday. Jubal Hook has moved his saw mill to Hnrned's station. Bosco Eskridge's new house is completed and ready for rent. For the latest styles in spring hats and iKinnets, call on Mrs. .1. C. Sutton. K. W. James, Big Spring, was registered at the Turpin House last Monday. Geo. Moody' (colored,) was sent to tho pen for two years, for forging a check. Mr. Samuel Glasscock, sheriff of Hardin county, was in town last Monday. The Brown men are coining from the river front Saturday a hundred strong. Since Jim Hook went and got married he is getting down to business in earnest. Hurrah for old Hickory Jackson, the unterrified Democracy, and Wat Hardin. D. It. Murray, It. It. Pierce and II. B. Head were at the Turpin House last Monday. Major Scott sold to J. D. Beeler, fiftc'ii feet off the south side of his lot yesterday for $10.00. Dr. Ed. Hayes, of Cannelton, Ind., was hero last week visiting his brother, Dr. Jesse Hayes. Mr. T. A. McGill was thought to be dangerously ill for several days last week. He is now improving. Bemember tlilit you can get from Mrs. J. C. Sutton anything you want in the millinery lino at the lowest piices. The thing is coming up. Look out for a high wind and a rough sea next Saturday. The unterrified will be here. Mr. Felix Monroe has recently added some very attractive improvements to ids business house, opposite the Court house. Tho indictment against Joint Layman, charged with unlawfully detaining a woman, was dismissed by the State's Attorney. Tho following persons were registered at the Beard Hotel last Monday: John T. Creed, It. N. Miller, David W. Fnir-leigJames W. Lewis, J. A. Murray and A. M. McCracken. Next Monday there is to lie a city election. Councilmcn in the first ward have been suggested as follows: Taylor Beard, Jubal Hook and C. E. Haswell. In the second ward, Joe Buby, Clayton Beard and George Miller. Mr. J. It. Ilensley, Superintendent of the Baptist Sunday School, announced last Sunday, that Ids school would have a Sunday School picnic on tho 9th of May. The schools from other churches in town were invited to take part. h, Bay stallion, foaled April Will be 1(1 hands and weigh 1200 pounds. Bred and raised by II. C. McDowell it Von, "Ashland," toxington, Kv., and owned bv 23d, 1888. W. W. WILLIAMS, SPLENDOR, Grandmn of IMneott vi !' 1'utron an i. M I'litilnii Cliltl 11, Sire ol umulcr j:v. Itlinlaiigh-- I pm liuto-J- i ami hl mh Si llurih Aluru. Dam of J under iipi. Il.itnhli'tniilnn 10. Ill Sire of 41 miller 2in. il.mthti!rii i, OM ! H ii Dictator Mr 111 10 miller Immrii ami thmih with 6. vf$Ji.iv of - ty '; ' . titer Clara, 1I.1111 of Dexter JSI7IM IMS J. I Alma Antorli i:)i-- j ' Ami Kr.1ml.11n nf llciil.i VUlnil.i- lain of I'rfnctoii Dimill'K M.inilirltm, !rr of t Fu711 luie anil htfc hoiih C.irltn Henderson, Ky. of? full ulster mill lirnth- rrx to Splduliir, uml In oiif thrill are utmost certain to enter Ihc t Mil M..1M111. il.lrt -L D.1111 Mln Itutlcr Dam nf MiiikI llnllcr. i:;S ami nil? U the Mam of I 'li: ll.i iniiiil, ulre of.) miller j:j". li, D. Monroe Mli Dnroc j:jo -j l.iilu j:aii-- j .Ma ml Duller, trial i:;S -j Anil ;ranilainof Mollie Mr, olil trill jcar Decoy, trial j:(i uml u quarter .it a pi It of j:o.S The Dam of Brow 11 Chief, sire ol MutrKta K 14 Ann nf the ilanm of I. ally . mt Miijdllc.l ll iniii ... .... ... ... iil, i:A'J t'n jS 2f (!cneia S 1119 Kettle Jones luS Ac, Ac. bl'LKXDOH, is for service at Bawin f)'ring Farm. Terms $25.00 cash or twelve months note at time of service, with return privilege. Limited to fifteen oopn mares. Good jiasturage at 50 cents a week, l'or full pedigree and any further W. W. WILLIAMS, Henderson, Ky , particulars, please address ' Or JOSEPH BLAND, Irvington, Ky. -j jnHy Altamont Amt frrantliinii of Flncgic O i!i8 1.4 BRANDENBURG. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce OUS. W.RICHARDSON, a a candlilnte for re eleotlon to tbe Legislature from Meade county, subject to tbe action of the Democratic primary, June 1.1, 1891. BEWLEYVILLE. Citizens of Cloverport. are authorited to announce T. P. CUNDIFF, as a candidate for the Legislature to Meade county. Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, June 13, 1891. W'ti TiiEiii: should he a good turn out of Democrats from all portions of the county to the Mass Convention, which meets at Let us ralHardiusburg next Saturday. ly and show our faith in the old party and its principles. Ot n present information is that the new Constitution will be adopted by the people of Breckenridge county by a very large majority, when the instrument is discussed and explained to them by men who understand it. There will be no question but what it will be adopted by a very decided majority. brother-in-la- shot and killed his William Showers, in the Court house at Elizabethtown Monday. It was the result of an old foud. Moore claims that he did the shooting in self defense and says his victim had a loaded pistol in his hand when he shot him. Cu milks Moore The Democratic State Convention, which meets in Louisville next month, will be more largely attended than any we have had in the State for many years. The number of State ofilccs there are to fill, and the number of candidates in the field, assures a large attendance of delegates from all over the State, and a more general interest in the Convention than The candi-ate- s is usual on such occasions. for the various offices are made up of some of the very best men wo have in the State, and no matter who is nominated the party is not likely to mako an unfavorable choice. The race for Governor is attracting unusual interest and the prominence of the soveral candidates for that olilco will make tiie contest for a nomination one of the strongest that has been witnessed in a state convention for a number of years past. Tho office of Attorney General is another highly covtcd prize and tho young aspirants are running neck and neck for who shall win. So all down the line, the boys are warming up for a red hot time, and tho present indications are that it will be lively fiom start to finish. t v 'f hero is more Catarrh in this section of the country than nil other diseases put together, and until tho last few years For a was supposed to bo incurable. great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it in- curable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by 'V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Thoy offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send or circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J. Ciiexkv & Co., Toledo, O. fSTSold by druggists, 7rc. Hon. A. W.'Moremen visited the city Monday. Mrs. It. II. Nevitt returned from Louisville Tuesday. Dr. J. M. O'Bryan, of Paynesville, was in town Saturday. Mr. Alex. Montgomery, of Big Spring, was in town Thursday. Mr. Chapczo Wathen attended court in Hardinsburg last week. Mr. Bryan, agent for Baldwin's Music Store, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. Clint Fairlcigh is the happy possessor of a handsome new buggy. Hon. A. B. Montgomery, of Klizabeth-towspent a few hours here Tuesday. Mrs. Geo. II. Casporke spent last week in the country with her mother, Mrs. Kliza Woolfolk. Mr. J. F. Woolfolk and daughter, Miss Hester, and Miss Annie Richardson visited the city last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ditto, Sr., who have been visiting in tho bottom for a few days, returned to tho city Tuesday. Mr. J. W. Bamsoy gave his ankle quite asovretwist one day last week, but manages to hobble around gracefully on crutches. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Malin left Louisville last Monday night for I'ineville, Notice: I have just opened a large and Ky. Mr. Malin will take charge of the handsome line of millinery goods. Everyprincipal hotel at that place. body, and the ladies especially are invited The Louisville Salt Company aro not to call and examine my stock. Turpin satisfied with the How of salt water in HardiusHouse west side public square. their new well, and are boring deeper E. I. Gums. burg. with the expectation of making it one of The grand jury was in session a week the finest wells in the State. and returned only eight indictments. A workman on a saw boat j'ust across This is probably the smallest number that was ever returned by a grand jury the river had his leg severly crushed bein the history of the county. Tho Judge tween two logs. The wound was dresscongratulated the jury on the high state ed by Dr. Wells, of this place, and the man is getting along nicely. of morals over here. A number of suits which have been Messrs. Albert S. Bichardson and pending here against the railroad by Wade II. Ditto went to Louisville Suncitizens of Cloverport, were compromisday night to purchase n stock of goods. Mrs. They expect to open a harness and saded by the parties last Monday. Cooper, Mrs. Kogers and Mrs. McPher-so- n dlery shoj) in Vino Grove. Mr. Ditto got $25 each, and Itichard Mattingly will take charge of tho business at that and It. D. Witt $3 each. Thesh parties place. Success to the young gentlemen. aro adjacent property owners along Bail-roaWe are told that a neat woman is alstreet, in Cloverport, and brought ways an object of admiration, and a their suits for damages, caused by tho Now sloven one not to bo tolerated. road. that little axiom litis been impressed upThe Commonwealth's Attorney upon on our minds since infancy, and we are his own motion dismissed the indict- firmly convinced that neatness in the ment against Sam. and John Steele, female sex is a commondablo virtue; and charged with murder. The Steeles kill- a sloven woman who hobbles around ed Dora Newton some eighteen months with shoes unbuttoned and her hair dono ago in a difficulty at a saw mill a few up in a skrew, with the ends floating miles back of Clovcrjoit. They had a around her neck like is not trial last court and tho jury stood about the most udorub'e looking creature in ten for acquittal and two for conviction. the world ; but this subject bus been and This time but few of tho witnesses for tho is continually being discussed, so I proState were present, and the Stato's pose to have a little say in regard to neatAttorney being doubtful of ever secur- ness in dress of our "Lords of Creation." ing a conviction of tho defendants, dis- Why should they not make dress a study missed the prosecution. to the extent of neatness any rate. StrangMr. (J. Witt Slillman died at his bro- ers arc compelled to judge us to some ther's residence, Mr. It. S. Skillmau's in extent by our personal appearance, and this place on the 15th, inst, in the 53d I am sure a neat looking man w ith well year of his age. Mr. Skillman was a vic- fitting garments is placed higher in their tim of consumption and was confined to standard than the slack, untidy looking his room many months. He had n num- innn. Tho latter tuny, and often docs ber of friends in this community who possess the better qualities of the two ; did all in their power to aleviate his suf- but it takes time to find that out, and a fering whilo ho lived, but he finally had neat appearance would not detract from to yield to the inevitable. Mr. Skillman his real worth. Of courso men who labwas a Southern soldier and served in or aro not expected to bo tho perfection Gen. Forrest's division. Tho funeral of neatness whilo at work, hut when thoy sorvices were conducted at the Baptist do "dress up" let them seo to it, that This notice should have their clothes are clean and neat, and not church. appeared last week, but it was uninten- a misfit. Every one is not able to wear tionally overlooked. tailor made clothes, but even if you do buy them ready made it is just as cheap Reduced Bates to Hardinsburg. to get them to fit, as it is to get them too The Louisville, St, Louis & Texas largo or too small. I object to "dudes" Railway Company, have placed on salo on general principles, but I do admire a round-tri- p tickets to Hnrdinsburg, from d man, and I believe nine-tentpoints named below, at rates as follows, of my female friends will agreo good for thirty days from date of sale : with me. A well dressed man does not 1.55. Clovenort, necessarily mean an expensively dressed Holt, - - - 1.40. one, but make the most of tho good looks 1.40. Addison, witli which nature has endowed you, Stephensport, 1.40. my nude friends, and let your clothing Sample, - - 1.30. bo neat and well fitting, and it matters Passengers from the alwvo stations can not whether it is expensivo or unexpon-slvtake the morning, East bound train, and you vill bo an attractive looking make connections nt Irvington for Hnr- object, just try it yo careless ones, and dinsburg, arriving there at 12:05 p. m., see if your wives, sisters or best girls and can havo until 3:55 p. m. to return, do not give you a few extra smiles. making connection at Irvington. TintitKLi,. This enables people to make tho round trip in one day and havo about four ACombS!ed,r" POCKET AUIANAC hours in Hnrdinsburg to attend to their anlMKHOlUNDUMIIUOK dvertlilnir Hiiowwa mot iiittkjw business. At theso rates tho railway general stores. Aijljr l "should bo liberally patronized. n, d rope-fringwcll-drcssce, i Having mnde special and general exBring your wool to the Cash Store. amination of the City, with n view to its Mr. W. .1. I'iggott was in Hnrdinsburg "Sanitary Condition," it is tho opinion of the undersigned that n thorough cleanMonday. Mr. 0. L. Hawkins, of Hardinsburg, ing, draining, disinfecting, etc., aroessen tial to tho health and of all its was in town last week. citizens. Therefore, eacli property owner Tho Cash Store is tho place to buy and renter aro requested to exnmine your goods anil save money. their own premises, nnd thoroughly clean Mr. Phillip Cain returned Monthly the same nt once, before the hot season from n flying trip to I'aducnli. sets in. Hon. Chas. Stanford was in HnrdinsAny person failing to respect this burg last week attending court. warning will receive a written notice of Miss Ida Stitli and brother, Master ids duty, ami will then, after notice, be proceeded against according to law. Alex, attended church nt Irvington. Gross-visitethe Cash Store J.ts. T. Owns, M.D., Mr. A. Of State Board of Health, In connection last week, and purchased a neat bill. Miss Mary Snyder is visiting her with City Boanl of Health. Cloverport Ky. brother, Mr. II. I. Snyder, nearKkron. Mr. T. Bandy and children, of Webster, Coming to Cloverport. were visiting Mrs. Susan Triplett last Doctor Shelby Wright, Surgeon and week. Specialist, and of the Famous Southern Have you examined those handsome Medical and Surgical Institute, LouisHenriettas sold by the Cash Store for ville, Ky., is coming to Cloverport to re20 and Jttl cts. main two weeks. Dr. Wright is SpecialMiss Lena Drury will return this week ist for diseases of tho eye, ear, nose and His timo from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Frakes, throat, nnd chronic diseases. for many .'cars nnving been spent in in Brandenburg. Mr. Hoy Cain went to Falls of Bough, some of the largest hospitals nnd saniDo where lie lias accepted a position in Hon. tariums throughout the country. will arrive here Monday, May 3d, stoppL. Green's store. ing nt tlio Cloverport Hotel, and remain Mr. Chas. 11. Drury was in Hardinstwo weeks. Returning every four weeks De'mo-crati- c burg last Monday attending the nnd in order that ho may come before Primary. the people our city, he has decided to Mr. Klijah Board sjient several days give treatment free, charging only for last week on his farm near tliis place, surgical operations. the guest of Mr. Beavin. P. S. The Southern Medical and The great amount of practice dono by Surgical Institute, with a govermental tho choir of this placo is improving, and staff" of physicians, incorporated by nn strengthening all the voices wonderfully. net of the Legislature. Be sure to remember the wholesale NOTICE. day at tho Cash Store. Come May 8th, The Hnrdinsburg Normal Institute will or Oth, and buy yourself u suit of clothopen a term Monday, Juno 8, 1891, to ing. prepare Teachers for the examination. Ijirgo stock of India Linens, and It. P. Siiacki.ett, Prin. Organdies in black and white at the Hardinsburg, Ky. Cash Store, and all at tho lowest cash Dental Notice. rates. Dr. W. B. White, dentist will be in Among those from a distance who were dealing at the Cash Storo last Friday Cloverport on the 0th, 10th, 11th, and were, Mrs. Beuty, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. 12th, of May to do dental work. Bandy, and Mrs. Carrol Claycomb, Hawkes' Wonderful Glasses. besides many others in this vicinity. As wo read Mr. Hawkes' testimonials well-being d Compare SHOES purchased from us with Shoes of corresponding grades bought elsewhere. Compare them in every respect fit, comfort, style, finish and durability, and you will find we are the leaders in Shoes. We have the Largest Stock The Greatest Variety ! ! . And the Lowest Prices ! t The Meu, the Ladies, the Boys, the Misses and the Children all buy .their Shoes from VEST'S, CLOVERPORT, ZY. IrX-- J ifr-- T ?pi ilm mN r I? A SURE AND JE PILES. MED. CO. v A5 THE BEST REMEDY FOR PREPARED Br RICHARDS0N-TAY10- R NOTHING BUT PILES. CURESCERTAIN CUREKNOWN FOR 15 YEARS ST. LOUIS M0. y Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively TIIE OLD RELIABLE from Governors, Senntors, legislators, men of science and distinguished citizens throughout tho United States, who testified to having had their eyes improved, and sometimes restored by tho use of his celebrated glasses, w o realize that a glass GENERAL MERCHANT cures Piles, or no pay required. It is that will reflect such brilliancy of light guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or as to enable tho wearer to seo as in youth Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, or other artificial Notions, Hardwaro and Queensware. Price 25 ccnta per nnd to rend by candledesired Big stock just received for the money refunded. light, surely is to bo by all spectSpring trade. I handle the Michigan Fertilizers, , Homestead Tobacco box For sale by G. W. Short, Clover- acle wearers. All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by Grower, Corn and Wheat Grower, Jarvis Tobacco Fertilizer, Drill port, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky. Phosphates. These goods aro equal to any in the market and sold low Ky. A. A. RICHARDSON A. A. RICHARDSON, At BURAS. No rain for a few days past. Fanners are busy breaking the fertile soil, and planting their crojs. Mr. Ben. Clnrkson, of Big Spring, pass ed through our town this week, ho was hunting work mules. M. Meyer has a line black mule for stile, or would trade for land notes, for description and pedigreo apply to the owner. Henry A. Tucker has just received account of Bale, from tho Picket Tobacco Warehouse, for one hhd. tobacco soltlfor $13,75 per hundred. Something that will much surprise the people to learn, is that M. Meyer attended the first day of court at Hnrdinsburg, and traded horses. Mr. Jas. Bishop, representing Bosen-berFlexncr, & Mendle, of Louisville, and Mr. Joe. Busby, of Hardinsburg, were in our midst on tiie 24th, inst. We Como again were glad to see them. gents'. Tho third quarterly meeting of tho M. E. church, McDaniels circuit, was held nt Alexander Chapel on tho Kith, and 17th, of this month, and was quite an enjoyable occasion for the few in attendance. Cnpt. Geo. Mercer recently canvassed our neighborhood helping Dr. Ben., organize ids little band tor the coining August. Dr. Ben. bo careful; to havo the Cnpt. on one's side is a sure sign of defeat. No special excitement hero y over tho election as wo havo not been visited by a candidate for a few days. Hello! yes, Mr. John, we held a primary election here tho 18th, to nominate a candidate for tho Legislature, and there were a goodly number of votes cast for this place. I think Mug will make a "good race, and a good Representative, don't you? Died at his home on tho 2:trd, inst. Sparrel K. Hair, a much respected citizen. Ho is follow! ngquickl) after n son that has only been dead short titno. Tho community join in deep sympathy witli the mother and children that are loft behind to mourn the loss of father and bon, brother and husband, as tho main dependence of the family is gone. to-da1V GovER.von Buckner lias been petitioned by citizens of Winchester nnd Paris down for Cash. Give me a call. to pardon Hume Clay, who swindled the banks of tlioso towns out of $00,000, but he has refused to do so. v ff If GABFIBLD, SZ.T . Wm. Deering& Co., Binders and Mowers ,"""",'.""ifftif- COMPOUND EXTHACTyl g, Jyfct j.iTr.iTr.'.v.-iji-' V The Importance ot purifying the blood cannot bo overestimated, tor without pure blood you cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every ono needs a good medicine to purity, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and wo ask you to try Hood's Sarsaparllla. It strengthens ami builds up the system, creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, The peculiar while It eradicates disease. combination, proportion, and preparation ot the vcgetablo remedies used give t? Ilood's Sarsaparl'.la pecul- - t- If lar curative powers. Ho I U medicine bos such a record of wonderful other cures. If you havo made up your mind to buy Ilood's Sarsaparllla do not bo Induced to tako any other Instead. It Is a Peculiar Ilcdlclne, and Is worthy your confidence. flood's Sarsaparllla Is sold by all druggists. Prepared by C. I. Hoad & Co., Lowell, Mass. mv ja11 ill k iiur itLtuiui.it,Uim,m,u sMilvH4Hl ",n TTcadqunrtcrs for rcCUIlai FARM MACHINERY EMPIRE CORN DRILLS, BROWN'S CORN PLANTERS, ' URA CLIPPER, AVERY, MEIKLE, SOUTH BEND PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS and Hay Rakes, H. J. L. SINGLE SHOVEL PLOWS'. BUGGIES, CARTS, PHEATONS and SPRING WAGONS, LIME, SALT, CEMENT, BRICK, SHINGLES and LATHS, DOORS anil'SASH. coif llocll IOO Dosos Ono Dollar mllci from Moberly, Raudolpb County, containing 80 acres, has good bouse, barn, corn Tbe farm Is well crib and divided into moadow and plovr land, with li good timber, and watered by a good acres of living stream of water through one side of It. This offers a good opportunity for some one to go Into th Fruit bmtness. Moberly being a good market for fruit, oto. I will exohange the abovo fur a small Livery stook In some thriving town in Kentucky. For particulars call on or address J. W. MIAINARD, Car Shops, Cluverport, Ky. first-olasi FARM FOR SALE or EXCHANGE ! I will sell my farm located in Missouri, four Celebrated Cleveland Dryer Fertilizers. PAINTS! STOVES A careful PAINTS ! ! STOVES PAINTS STOVES ! 'J' i inspection of Goods and Prices is solicited before buying. HENSLEY & JOLLY, Farmers' Supply Ilouse, IlAnnixsnunn, - K, innjifMawMitw' w j t". vllrwilpiBTOinrTP' f f- c- w"jw 'mTnpwrapwo-j.LrltfilA.,.., 3S 9 Both tho mctliod and results when Syrup of Floats taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts promptly on tlio Kidneys, iver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers niulcur.s habitual constipation. Syrup o' 'gs is tho only remedy of its kinu ever produced, pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and linvo made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable drugpist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FFtANCISC ), OAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. HEW YORK, H.Y. OT3 EISTJOYS PIBROB A. S. ENGLISH, I'rop'r, BCOTJSE CLOVERPORT, KY. f 1.50 per ila, Including Sample llnoni, Cen-- t rally Incited. Ilomllnu lv the week, Including Single Meal o cents. nmri nml bdl, r . Physician and Surgeon Office over (.. Dr. J. M, Clayton, D. llambltton'a Saddlery and Harriets Store. CLOVERPORT. KY. J. C. HUSH, J. II. TAYLOR, W. 8. TAYLOR. Over ulaufe Jewelry Store OWENSB0RO, KY. Fredorica Street. DENTISTS Dr. S. S. Watkins, & iNext Bank J. H.Taylor & Co., Physician Office Surgeon, door to Breckcnridgc Clovcrport, Ky. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1891. LOOAI BREVITIES. Work is progressing nicely at tlie brick plant. The Brick plant paid out Inst week about $400 for labor. , There's nothing slow about thin town now, but Lilburn Smith's mule. Prof. Brown opened a private school in the High school building Monday Wild turkey served in the best style is tho way Burrcl Beard feeds you nt the Beard Hotel. Prof. McAuliflb left for Garrett last Friday, where he opens a Normal school, for the benefit of teachers. Mias Lydia Graham was awarded the gold medal at tho High school for the greatest progress in penmanship. There will be preaching in Fisher's Hall next Monday night, by Elder I. V. Gregory of tho christian church. W. ft. Moremcn came home from Glendeane Monday. He left yesterday for Chicago where ho has a-- fine position. Dyspepsia's victims aro numbered by thousands. So aro tho people who have been restored to health 's rV Mr. Alexander Nix, of Hardinsburg, went to Owensboro yesterday, to appear before tho board of examiners for an increaso of pension. Iter. M. II. Wells, D. D., of Owensboro, will preach in the Methodist church lieic next Sunday. He and Bro. Brandon having exchanged pulpits for that day. Mr. .7. M. Bell will occupy his new homo on tho hill, next Thursday. Tho Interstate Building and Loan Association assisted Mr. Bell in the way of a loan which enabled him to secure this home. With two good brass bands Cloverport's musical tilont seems to keep pace with othor lines of progress and de elopement. g And by the way, what's more and invigorating than a brass band. Tho Knights of Pythias, of this city, will give a strawberry and ico cream entertainment about the 20th of May. Lodges from 0vensb6ro, Henderson and Cannelton, will bo invited and a largo attendance is expected. District Conforenco of the M, E. church South will conveno at Hawesvillo, Ky., Wednesday May 27th. Bishop on Fitzgerald is expected to preside, and the presence of this eminent divino will certainly attract a largo attendance. Thoro will bo three brick smoke stacks at tho Brick plant each fifty feet high. Tho drying capacity of the dry house w ill bo forty tons of water per day. These aro just a fov pointers thrown out to lot some peoplo know that it's a littlo bigger thing than thoy imagine. The High School closed last Friday with very satisfactory results. Tho session although short has been a Very successful ono and tho work dono both meets with by pupils and tcachors the highest approval of tho board and patrons. Prof. McAuliu, with his able corps of assistants in tho persons of Prof. Aug. Brown, J. II. Blytho, Miss Minnie Murray and Miss Annie ltaitt, have proven themselves worthy of their high position, and morit tho applause of all who aro interested fn tho causo of education. soul-stirrin- Hon. W. J. Hendrick. We present to our readers this week a portrait of Hon. Win. J. Hendrick, oueof the leading candidates for Attorney General, seeking n nomination at the hands of the May Democratic Convention for that office. His home is at Flemings-bur- g in Fleming county. Mr. Hendricks is comparatively a bacco. ono of tho That's a very "Busy Beo Society" at young man and His imagino from the brightest intellects in the State. Owensboro, and wo abilities and reputation as an orator looks of the crowd that passed here there was very littlo "honey" arc unsurpassed, and withal ho is ono Seven coaches all of tho best and most companionable of left in that city. placjammed with people was tho size of tho men. Ho distinguished himself in ing the lamented Woodfor Longuioor befifty people were addexcursion. About ed here and several turned on" on ac- fore tho last Stato Convention, and at elocount of the crowd. It w ill doubtless be once established his reputation for largest excursion overrun into Louis- quence and power, and is formidable in tho the race for Attorney General. ville ftom over the Texas. Nov. G. C. Ovcrstreet's five minutes IRVINGTON. talk at Hardinsburg is in cold type in this office, and it, liko a world of good Jones Mercer is with us. things ho has said in his time, may perL. 1). Addison was in town Saturday. haps be lost to him andjtho public for Hon. D. ft. Murray, of Clovcrport, was ever. It is the hardest thing wo ever in town Thursday. to tried in fact an impossibilitity Ah. Newman has a bad eye. Cold in crowd eight columns of mattcrinto seven it. columns of space. This was our awful J. I). Babbago touched the town recondition on going to press last evening, Doctor's speech with several cently on a collecting tour. and tho othor communications had to go. We ft. M, Jolly went to Louisville .Monare sorry and the only recompense wo day. can make tho Doctor, is to promiso him Thos. Atkisson has been in Louisville our very hearty support at tho conven- on business. tion next Saturday. Emmet Richardson's new double story business houso will toon be completed. Do Witt's Littlo Early ftibcrs never Horace Stewart and family, of AVeb-stc- r, gripe or cause nausea. Mild but sure, have moved to Iivington. force. Best little pill assist rather than Morris Beard, of Hardinsburg, comes for sick headache, chronic constipation, t. We know and goes every dyspepsia. Sold by G. W. Short. from whence Morris cometh, but not to PERSONAL. where he goeth. Clarcnco Paris, our convivial night J. II. Miller was in the city Sunday. operator, went fishing Saturday night Il.L.Oelzc went to Owonsboro Monday. and caught 172 pounds of carp. J. W. Moorman went to Lexington Tom. Beeler, the tobacco fiend of Monday. Johnson Bros., was in town this week Mr. E. W". S.itterwbite was at home distributing his usual quantity of loaded last Sunday. cigars. Harry Monroe, of Hardinsburg, was in Wnr. Countryman, of this place, and tho city Monday. Miss Mattio Eskridge, of Rockvale, wero W. C. Moorman, of Glendeane, was in married at tho home of the bride April 20th. The groom is a sober, industrious the city last week. R. I). Witt, and P. S. Miller went to gentleman and tho brido is an, accomplished lady. They have gone to IndianaHardinsburg Monday. polis on their wedding trip. Mr. AVilliam Cooper, of Louisville, Miss Myrtle Chandler, of Falls of was in the city last week. Rough, and Miss Jakio Ow en, of GlenMiss Emma Dyer wento HoltMonday deane, are visiting Mrs, Thomas Chandto visit her sister, Mrs. Tiuius. ler. Mr. Silas Skinner, of Illinois, is visMrs. W. ft. Bate, of Louisville, who iting his uncle, Mr. J. T. Skilhnan. has been visiting Mrs. Bate Washington, Mrs. Dclila Fisher left Monday for has returned home. Dale, Ind., where she will visit relatives. Tho ftev. Paris, of Louisville, preached Miss Emma Burk, of Henderson, is two forcible sermons to a largo and attenthe guest of her brother, Mr. W. J. Burk. tive audience Sunday. Mr. Parr is a Dr. Foster Lightfoot, of Ilawesville, young man of more than ordinary abilitwas in the city yesterday, the guet of yrelatives. Bro. Dowden, w ho by icason of sickJ. L. Mattingly, of Planter's Hall, is in ness, has not preached recently will octho city tho guest of his brother, Mr. C. cupy tho pulpit at tho next regular F. Mattingly. church meeting. Mrs. ft. N. Hudson, of Louisville, is Frank Boyd and John Warfield, of tho guest of her father and mother, Mr. Cloverport, passed through tho city and Mrs. J. D. Gregeory. Sunday morning on their way to Roset-tMiss Eva Young, of Morganfield, returned home Thursday accompanied by Everybody and his neighbor wont to her sister, Mrs. C. B. Skill man. Louisville Tuesday on the church excursion. Ono dollar is just our size. The Ladies Delighted. Wo have had tho pleasure of going The pleasant elfect and perfect safety through tho mill of Boyd Bros. It is with which ladies may uso tho liquid certainly a credit to any town cr fruit laxative, Syrtyi of Figs, under all Thoy aro county in fact any State. conditions make it their favorite rem-dgenuine hustlers and nro always first to It is pleasing to the eye and to tho drop on to anything now. Tho scarcity taste, gentle, yet oHectual in acting on of wheat prevents them from filling half tho kidneys, liver and bowels. tho orders they receive. Bob. McGlothlan is agitated at pie-s)n- t. GLENDEANE. Ho spied a lady friend on the East bound train AVedncsday, and of course We are having delightful weather. ho went in, took a seat by her side, and Farmers aro very muclubchind with talked rapidly until tho train moved off. '" their corn planting. -- iij Ho loft her hurridly, but she checked Dr. Dempster and daughter, May, him with tlieso words bring back my went to Irvington last.Saturday. pocket book. A man weighing in tho C. Moorman was in Louisville and neighborhood of two hundred and fifty W. pounds collared the gentleman, but at Clovcrport last week. book and conMr. Milton Craig, of Muhlenberg this stage of the game tho tents fell to tho lloor. The big man recounty, is spending the summer at Dr. leased Bob for everything was now vory Z. 0. Moorman's. plain. Tho lady had placed her chewing Miss Nannie Green, of I.ouisville, is gum on tho seat, ftobort now advocates visiting at Dr. Dempster's. a reform school to persuade young girls Wo Miss Mapgie Moorman went to Irving-to- n not to chow gum whilo traveling. last Saturday. liavo another version of this story which Wo would like to hear from "Spring will appear next week. Ed. Beauty" again, if her Btore of knowledge is not entirely exhausted. pose-esse- s yes-tcrdfort-nigha. y. Wo call attention to the advertisement in this paper. This Jh the finest horse Mr. Williams Iluu'UT brought loom count. Ileisbicd in the height of fuwhiun ; and is a grand individual, and his colts show that lie f the King can transmit the beauty Itenu family. Tho Cloverpoit Cornet band was out last Saturday night dispensing some very delightful music, and the Nnws is especially Indebted" to them for a most pleasant awakening, Tho band is making won-dfill piogress for the time they have been practicing, and as the Xkvvi him been pleased to remark before, it is destined to lie one of the best bands in the country. Mrs. Eli Parr, living near Clifton Mills, shipped to Louisville last week three dozen spring chickens that netted her a little over $1.00 per dozen. Thoy were about the size of partridges. She has about 'MO moro that will soon be ready for market. The chicken industry of this county needs more attention. Haisc a few more chickens and less toof Splendor which appears Honry Wintor. Wm. J. Wintor. John M. Bornlrnogor. BE CAREFUL WW When about to purchnso Clothing for yourself or boys, that palm oil'on you old you go to the fight place, whore they shop worn jjood-- in which the moths hayc nestled for year?, and which has been advertised in the daily papers as 'si great reduction in price." Such goods are dear as a gifl ; yoiMire liable to When infcht all of your wearing apparel at homo with moth. you buy your Clothing or Furnishing Goods of us you have your pick and choico from a clean, fresh stock and the clothing is all our own manufacture ; our goods arc well made in every particular; they hold shape, buttons stay on and scams don't rip, and you can buy them for loss money than you have to pay these "hoop-l- a" stores. Come and try Us and bo convinced. j el As seasons come and seasons fly, And folks start out, new gootls to buy, ' They come without delay To us, because our choice supply Includes the newest styles ; that'! why The dollars come our way. Our prices arc so very low, There's nowhere else it pays to go, That's what the buyers say. There's money saved in every trade, And that is what has always made The dollar conic our way. Our stock's the markets' pick and pii?e Its quality excites surprise ; It's such a big display. No wonder wc the trade command ; All buyers seek headquarters, and The dollar conies our way. ! The magnetism of our store, Is sinipby this, and nothing moic : Fair treatment every day. Like water, dollars run down hill, To find their level in our till ; The dollar comes our way. &. :A - 1 "V S WINTER ' t. rr J i.J V r-- "Old Reliable" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY 3 r & LOOK b3&53-C- l M L00KJ ! e HERE WE ARE With a house full of j GOODS TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMES, SOAPS, PATENT MEDICINES of ALL KINDS A If f E3 Lj JLj Sj jEj Jotf S big line of mixed Paints in large or small quail titics, any color. PAINTS varnisnes, . CLOVERPORT, KY. im nisnes. . m UWJ MADE What Is Made By Buying your ! I W All must bo sold, and that riirht awn v. so now is wv W your time to buy. A Full Line oi Chemicals. -- ii WHY ? MONEY IS MADE When you want anything in our line it will pay vou lo call and sec. ()(j$ (i o. I'll vv. CLOVEKPORT, KY. &njn i , n J OF DRUGS !? 0S5-S-SCs-l- ('DRUGS!! JOLLY'S STATION. Fishing is quite the style. Mrs. Squires and daughter, of Bethel, aro "visiting Jlrs. Mollio DeJernettc. Mrs. Claia Miller, of IlardiiiMjiirg, is visiting her sister, Mrs, Dollaven. Mr. Dick May, of Eli.abethtown, passed through this place last week to Falls of Hough on a fishing expedition. Miss Annie McQuady is in Louisville for a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Yeagor, ot Cloverport wero visiting Mrs. Josio Jolly last week. MissMcCluro is at homo for a visit. Miss Lulu DeJernettc, of Bethel, is visiting in tho neighborhood. Miss Lola Jolly is teaching a spring school at th itr place. Sucess to you Miss Lola. Mr. Frank Lyons, who is attending school at Hardinsburg, was at home Saturday and Sunday. Miss Annie Lyons spent a few days in Louisville last week. A largo crowd from here attended Cloverport church Sunday, Suces to tho Nkws. s Jacob N. Meyer, THE LEADING He keeps constantly in stock tho Celebrated Elizabethlown Hams and Pure Leaf Lard. EVERY PIECE GUARANTEED. Goods promptly delivered to any part of the city. R. E. MOORMAN, DUNN tc GO'S TRADE MEKCHANT OF , Biff Spring-- Ky. "BTULlSTID MARK. ureJtawlonelileal XCoaaTafactiaroea. Tnvitcs your attention to his mammoth stock of Oalsr "toy :333l DUNN & . BttrjT mmm GREGORY & CO., Agents, CLOVERPORT, KY. GROCERIES, PATESVILLE. Cloth in i&ii&9&7 Throw your mony away by buying cheap Fertilizers, when you can get the Cincinnati Desiccating goods just as cheap as some that are less valuable. DOIST'T ill,- "-- Miss Jakio Owen lias spent some time visiting friends at Irvington. should bo conMr. Vennie-Moorm- an gratulated for tho excellent mann.'r in which ho superintends our Sunday school. On Saturday at 0. ."0 a. m. at tho of Dr. ft. T. Dempster, Mr. Will rgsi-den- ROYAI SROYALMUn J Dr. White has gone to see his father. There is not an empty house in town, ROOTS, SHOES and Wm. Ford and wife, of Victoria, were in town Sunday. Jesse Marlow is preparing to build a residence. LWifly Tho family of Mr. Manic Marlow have moved back to our town. Frof. Iligdon has been in town several Embracing everything kept in days. More. School begins hero this week. Instruc- a first-clation will bo given in all grades from the Kindergarten to tho High School. Over Win. Kyler and Jos. Nix have just returned from 111. They "went down in to Egypt to buy corn," butsoon concluded that there was a better article at home. The services at tho Bapist church Sunday wero of a miscellaneous character, consisting of prayer meeting, talks on tho importance of Sunday schooll and preaching by brother Phillips. They meet at 10 a. in. next Sunday to organ- Worth of Goods that must be sold ize Sunday school. Tho M. E. Sunday Wo don't say anything about prices school met at I) o'clock Sunday afternoon. U.!,i.,u," 200 LBS. I iu PURE BONE MEAL PURE ACIDULATED BONE, OHIO l iii cAn uLinnniiATr uillhu rnuornnic. I VALLEY PHOSPHATE, SPECIAL TOBACCO POTATO $12,000 FERTILIZERS,1 All High Grade ANIMAL HATTER Goods, WHEAT All SPRING CROPS. CINCINNATI Agents Wanted. Countryman and Miss Mattio Eskridge wero united in marriage, ftov. Chandler, Falls of ftough, officiating. Thoy left on tho early train for Seymoro, Ind., and on their return will take rooms at the McGlothlan Houso. Irvington, &6 POWDER Pure Hood activo men wanted to canvass the ichool district! In Ureckenrldge, Hancock and Meado counties. Experience not necessary to aucceai. Will pay a (alary of $3,00 per day guaranteed. Anly at once to the undersigned Como and see us and lot us convince you that wo can sol! you goods 'as cheap as the next follow. DESICCATING CO. rCTn-S5a CINCINNATI, O. at Stcpbentport Ivy., A. T. MiUN. Jacob N. Mayer. Administrator's Notice. ci- McElree's Wine of Cardut T and THEDFORD'S aro On Wednesday, April 15th, at 7:28 a. for salo by tho following merchants in of Louisville, and Absolutely in. Mr. C. L. Coruwell, Breokenrldge County i Miss Maggie Dean, wero married at tho Highest A cream of tartar baking powder. Jeait W. Owen, Oloveroort, U. S. leavening strength, O. W. Bbort, Cloverport. Inlet residence of tho bride's parents, Mr. and of all In Food lleporl, Draahear & Lay, Stepbemport. Government Mrs. W. J. Dean, the ftov W, B. ftutledgo Witt k Meador, Ilardiniburg, officiating. Immediately after tho cereJ, J, Seven, Unlnu Star, Ull HACK IF YOorn oat, rcnllyA CllKS good for aU w mony thoy left for an extended tour Or you aro UUBotieral dclilllty. Try nothing; Examino Babbago's new lino of queens-warthrough tho East, and when thoy return ItHOWi'S 1KOX MTTMIS. will cure you, and give a good, appetite. Sow will make their home in Louisville. tor all de&U'n In nietllelue. When you come to town be sure to call on Pat Dillon, who will sliow you two of the finest Walking Cultivators every offered in this county, The Celebrated "Brown's" and the world wide known "Sun Beam" Cultivators. o. tato of Peter F. Flood, deceaied, aro hereby notified to produco laid nlalmi beforo tae properly proven, on or before the lit day of June, 1891. All pertons Indebted to the mtate of rioou, uecoaseu, are nereoy nonneii retor to come forward and fettle at once without any further notice, Otven under my hand tbli 6tb day of April, 1891. JOHN J. FLOOD, Adin'r. AUperiont having claimi against the t. B. F. Beard & Co., HARDINSBURG, KY. NO LICENSE. WALL PAPER There Is nothing that freshens mul hrlglitens up n home so inurh ns n littlo pnlnl mul nicely Rolected Wall Paper. Tho latter is so cheap now most any one can rifTonl to uso it. AVc liavo it in all tho latest colorings and designs. Handsome suitings and parlor doco rat ions. Cheaper grades in endless variety, and prices to suit purchasers. Now is your time, call and sec us. JNO. D. BABBAGE, CI.OVKlll'OilT, ! No Licenso Required of Tobacco Dealers or Manufactures, But Thoy Must Register. The rovenuo oflleiols report that tho special tax money is beginning to como in. Jinny dealers in different parts of the district aro sending in the monoy for tho special tax stamps thoy will need in their business. Some of them aro sending in for stamps as retail dealers in manufactured tobacco, seeming not to havo heard of the law repealing the old statute requiring them to pay a government license. No dealer in tobacco in any form or manufacturers of tobacco is required now to pay any tax to the government. Itetail dealers in leaf tobacco and manufactures of tobacco and cigars are required, however, to register in cadi place whero they do business. For instance if a man wants to sell leaf tobacco in Owonsboro and Whitcsville, ho will havo to register in each place and keep a different set of books of sides for each business. A man at Paducah desired to go into tho business of peddling leaf tobacco and wrote the colleWor about it. The matter was referred to tho commissioner, nnd yesterday an answer was received containing the rule above referred to. This will prevent tho peddling of leaf tobacco in any way, as it would be impossible to register with tho collector for every peddler's sale, and keep a different hook for it. There nre no changes in tho license fees of liquor dealers. The tax on tobacco has been reduced 2 cents per pound. Some of the people who buy tobacco, nnd not n few who sell it arc of tho opinion that this reduction in the tax will corresiond-ingl- y reduce tho price of tho tobacco, hut tho revenue people are of the opinion that this will not be the case, especially not so far as the license fees have anything to do with it. It is very difficult to find a reduction in the taxes on anything where the benefit ever reaches tho consumer if tho Republican party is responsible for it. The only exception known is tho abolition of the duty on sugar, which was accomplished by Democratic methods, supplemented by a Hepublican subsidy scheme. Owensboro Messenger. A beautiful I KY. Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1891. PERSEVERANCE. The pine that stands npon the wooded moon tAln Gains not In stature in a single day; The noble river springs not from one fountain, But eathen up Its strength alone its way. Tho aloe hears for years tho autumn1 dirges, Defore It shows Its bloasoms to the skies; that breaks tho ocean's surge The coral Through centuries of growth alone can rise. nf How Rpanuwa l.'leur Auiiy ot On tho east sido of Central street, stands n clump of h plno trees, where toward evening it I.ATK ALKXANDUIt'SIIOTKI., teems as if all the sparrows in the imrk Congregate to gossip and scold and quarTHOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. rel with each other.nnd to pass upon the Bates $2.50 Per Day. doings of their gray coated, wingless, Cor. Jefferson, Ccnlcr and Green Streets, opposite Cotirt-IIousClub carrying namesakes. Tho recent snow storm, however, mado LOUISVILLE, KY. things rather uncomfortable for them. W. R. LOGAN, Manager. big pines was covEvery needle of the A. W. Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Mm shall, Clerks. ered with tho pretty, soft," light flakes, which didn't seem so pretty to the pugnacious, feathered little So they perched thenuel ves on tli Fifth avenuo stouo wall and on the rocks Hear by, and with their saucy looking ljull heads cocked to one side held a council of war that was almost distract-Ih- g MA.VUFACTIUtEIlS AND DIM LRUS IX to the aristocratic ieopIe that livo on the other side of the street. They seemed at length to have devised n plan to clear their iKsrches, for they ijow into the trees nnd then half a dozen nt n thrift dove through the needles ant? ognius the smaller perches with such force tiiiit the light, dry snow was shaken off and fell to the ground in littlo white clouds. At tho end of half an hour of Hard work their home was entirely cleared of the disagreeable stuff. Wo respectfully ask a share of the patronage of tho puhlic, by doing Then, of course, they must needs hold n thanksgiving meeting, which was even good work nnd nt prices ns low ns any. Call and get our figures on any rjioro distracting than the council. Out work or material in our lino. nU things.hhve an end, and ono by ono W. E. MARTIN, Manager. the noisy chatterers snuggled up to each sank down on their perches, tucked P. N. D'HUY, Sec. & Trcns. Sther, heads under their wings and went to sleep to dream about cake crumbs and big fat worms. New York Herald. jtf-.rSlxty-soveut- tin. THE WULJLAML c, 1801 FRANK S.COOK. -- : :- English-American- s. Cloverport Planing Mill LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES, DOORS, S-AJ3IE- Rough and Dre$ed dumber 3: Flooring, Weatherboarding, Doors, Sash, Shingles, Laths, Etc. &c ZBLIZLsTDS Estimates promptly made. Rough Lumber Wanted. MAIF BET. 15th "Meiitioji this paper. & . 16th STS., Thus, through her works, Damo Nature offers ever For our acceptance one persistent thought, Tis hut by patient, sturdy, bravo endeavor The greatest, best and grandest things are wrought. Housekeeper's Weekly. Appetite m Oouil Doctor. When tho health Is fuirly good, and there is no speciul strain to be put upon the system, the normal appetite may bo trusted to indicate tho kind and quantity of food necessary to maintain that condition. Naturally the appetito varies with the changing seasons, nnd unless it indicates an unreasonable extreme of indulgence or nbstinenco no attention need bo paid to any other monitor. Much harm is dono by injudicious or meddlesomo friends suggesting that a person is too stout or too thin, too palo or too ruddy, and serious disturbances of tho system often follow the mischievous advico to take somo bitters or pills, or refrain from fattening food or drink. Paying attention to any of theso fads is like playing with fire. If you are ill enough to seem to warrant any radical chango of diet or any application of medicine, consult your physician at once. Above all, avoid quack medicines. To uso tho opinion of a successful dealer in them, whoso bank balance is more liberal than his conscience, they are "made to Bell." Harper's Bazar. A Duty to Yourself. It is surprising that people will use a common ordinary pill when they can secure a valuable English ono for the same money. and nre a positive cure for all liver troubles. They are small, sweet, easily taken, and do not gripe. Sold by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ivy., and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Chewing. Dr. Acker's English pills "On which side of your mouth do you chew?" "What a question!" "Well, there is much difference between the masticating methods of people. It is quito an interesting study too. To me, in tho restaurant business, I have a host of subjects before mo every day. I think that a long and close experienco with meu will support the conclusion that most people masticate with tho teeth on the left sido of tho jaw. A few people chew on tho right side; most, however, on the left. How do I explain it? Oh, it is partly habit, partly the result of necessity, broken or defective teeth, etc. Next timo you sit down to table with a large party just notico tho various and distinct ways in which the people present chew. It will surprise you. Not only do somo chow out loud, but-w- ell, judge for yourself." Interview in Detroit Free Press. We Can And Do fliiarantee Dr. Acker's Ulood Elixir, for it has been fully demonstrated to the people of this country that it is superior to all other preparations for blood diseases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pimples. It purifies the whole system and thoroughly builds up the constitution. For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt &. Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. A Voice from the South. l.et the Hill and Cleveland people get together or else let them be eliminated from the Presidential problem of 181)2. We raid it months ago and we repeat it emphatically. Norfolk landmark. A Child Killed. child killed by the use of opiAnother ates given in the form of Soothing syrup. Why mothers give their children such deadly poison is surprising when they can relieve the child of its peculiar troubles by using Dr. Acker's Uaby Soother. It contains no opium or morphine. Sold by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., nnd Witt it Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. The Dfficulty of Being Good. Tho Water Company has raised its rate. What's a fellow going to do, anyhow ? If he tries to be temperance man u- - up goes tho fluid. tinel. Hanford (Cal.) Sen- skin, bright eyes, sweet breath, good appetite, vigorous body, pure blood and good health result from It is quite the fashion now to take De the use of Do Witt's Sarsaparilla. It is Witt's Littlo Early Itisers for liver, stomsold by G. W. Short. ach and bowel disorders. They aro small pills, but mighty good ones. G. AV. Short TOBACCO CENSUS. sell them. It Shows an Increase of Nearly A Tine Sermon. Twenty Million Pounds Over Young Master X is an observant youth That of 1880. of 0. He from church, and Washington. Anril 20. Tho CVhriir was sent upreturned stairs that his maid might Office has issued a statement of the acreremove his lordship's top coat The folage and yield of tobacco for the year lowing conversation ensued, which I dedicate respectfully to a certain well 18S!l, showing increase over the last cen sus of 55,22:) acres and 10,032,440 pounds. known clergyman: Maid Wero you a good littlo boy in Tho amount produced in Kentucky has today? increased over 54,000,000 pounds, and church Young Master X Oh, yea Mamma there has also been a substantial increase said I was very still today. in North Carolina, Tennesee, Ohio, New Maid Did you havo a fine sermon toYork and day? Young Master X I guess we did. It On tho other hand there has been a sounded like a very fine one, indeedl more or less serious falling off in Virgin"Out of tho month of babes and suckia, Maryland, Connectcut, Massachulings." etc. Brooklyn Life. setts, Pennsylvania and Missouri. The figures are liable to slight modification Girl Who Hide and Pay. Thompsonville girls stand a good deal in tho final revision, which has yet to bo made. The statement is based upon the of chafilug because they go on sleighing parties all by themselves and leavo tho returns sent in by enumerators, suppleyoung men out They retort that they mented by an extensive correspondence can go and havo a good time, and pay and considerable field work, which has tho bills, too, without asking any help been conducted by Prof. Thomas N. Con-ro- d from the boys. They aro uot tho sleighunder the general supervision of Mr. ing parties that go hooting and howling through the streets, waking folks up John Hvde. Springfield after midnight, either. Very popular, very small, very good (Mass.) Homestead. De Witt's Littlo Early Itisers, tho pill for In Doubt. constipation, biliousness, sick headache. Quin wasonco at a small dinner party. Sold by G. W. Short. Tho master of tho houso, pushing a deThe Longest Bailway. licious puddiug toward Quin, begged Itussiu is cultivating tho arts of peace him to taste it A gentleman had just as well as those of war. While her agents before helped himself to an immense aro intriguing in Bulgaria and Armenia, piece of it. "Pray," said Quin, looking and her armies massing on tho frontier, first at tho gentleman's plate and then at tho dish, is tho puddingV" her engineers are pressing forward an San Francisco"which Argonaut enterprise of far greater import than the An alarm for telling when a ship dethronement of Ferdinand or tho occupation of Stamboul. This is nothing less reaches a predetermined depth of water ia being tried aboard her uTajesty's ship than the construction of the Rambler in the Red sea. It consists of railroad, which has been dreamed of a wire sounding apparatus having a and talked of for years, and generally sinker, which, on coming in contact with disposed of as an impractieability.Thnt it the bottom, relieves tho drum on board is, however, entirely practicable has now ship and sounds a bell. ' ' " been demonstrated. The whole line has The air brake millionaire Westing-hous- e been surveyed, and tho cost estimated is a practical mechanic, being with reasonable accuracy. And during graduate of a machine shop, in which the he tho present spring tho work of actual spent his youth. He is a skillful construction on rho longest railroad in draughtsman, and his remarkable memthe world will bo begun. ory for facts and figures enables him to Tho country through which this route carry in his head the details of his vast runs is, on the whole, favorable to rail- business enterprises. road building. It is generally well popuA Strateglo Promoter. lated. Much of it is phenomenally rich A man told mo tho other day ho havo his name mentioned for for nrgricultunil purposes, nnd the rest of would-no- t it is equally rich in metals. Excellent evident reason that when he had a big timber is plentiful, nnd there is no lack scheino to push tho first thing ho did get into debt with the peoplo ho of water. There will bo some bridge was to wanted to enlist in his enterprise. building and some mountain tunneling, "Then, of course," said he, "by helping but there will be also hundreds of miles mo out they help themselves." Specious across plains, where scarcely any grading logic, to be sure, but cleverly plausiblo is required. Tho estimated maximum on its outward face. Boston Traveler. cost, including surveys, grading, building, Lenten Restriction. stations, rolling stock, and indeed everyFledgely As over with us I thing needed for tho construction of tho wish you would it is all mo tho return ring and road ranges from $33,450 per milo from watch I gavo you. Miaska to Chelabinsk to $08,000 on the Alice I cannot givo them to you until short section around Lake Haikul, and of after Lent. Fledgely But I insist upon them now. tho whole road $183,823,000, a largo sum, Alice You know, Mr. Fledgely, that but how small in comparison with tho cost of a war with tho Triple Alliance ! I cannot indulge in any pleasure during this season. Jewelers' Circular. New York Tribune. trans-Siberi- Tho death of tho Belgian heir to the Princo Baudouin, has revived Ihrone, superstition concerning tho of January for tho royal family of Belgium. Tho record of events that havi caused tho superstition lias been increased of late years with remarkable rapidity. In January. 1807, tho Empress Charlotte, sister of tho Belgian king, insane in consequence of tho shoot- tng of her husband. The king's only ion, crown prince and Duke of Brabant, led on Jan. 23, 1800. In January, 1881, lie royal castle in which tho Empress Charlotto lived was destroyed by fire, tn January, 1880, Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria, tho Belgian king's was killed in the tragedy of Meyer-linOn New Year's day, 1800, the royal castle at Laeken burned down. "Alnsl" exclaimed the Belgian queen when tho news of tho fire was brought to her in Brussels, "it is this terrible January. It alwnys brings us misfortune." Now York Sun. fate-fulne- ss bo-cason-in-lag. fatuful January. Alexandre's Ho'texl, Seventh and Market Streets, LOUISVILLE, KY. emr WATERPROOF BE UP TO THE MARK Louisville, - - Kentucky. Having sold out our entire interest in tho hotel on Jefferson street, we have removed to our old stand that we occupied for years so successfully at Seventh nnd Market streets, nro now fitting it up in elegant shape new throughout, and the outfit in every way will bo elegant, including one of Hale's Safety Passenger and Baggage Elevators with all tho lato improvements. Wo want all of our old friends to come and Bee us in our old home. Wo promise you that our Itooms, Table and Service shall be second to none in tho land. My wife, Mrs. Jo. U. Alexander, wants to be remembered to all her lady friends nnd she will bo glad to see them and givo them a hearty reception. FARE $2,00 PER DAY. COLLAR or CUFF ! USTcyt to gtoll-tJSTot to HDliSOOlCMtrZ BEARS THIS MARK. THAT CAN BE RELIED ON JO. B. ALEXANDER, Manager. J. II. Hickman, I'res't. (fKFLLUL0l .a n LINEN-LINE- D Vf TRADE r ,ipMi j.-- C. W. Hkaxsfoiiu, Vice-l'res'- t. W. A. Kiiiikiit, Sec. & Mgr Mark. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. HEEDS NO LAUNDERING. THE ONLY COLLAR IN THE MARKET. WATERPROOF ! HEEE WE ARE AGAIN Furniture in jrTM? endless variety. I am now back at my old lAaTXTI'.CXXTIlHD 33V stand and respectfully solicit Mateiial & Workmanship Unsurpassed. & Finish Unequalled, tlie"patronage of Durability, Style the public. Manufacturers of WagonB, Drays and Dump Carta. Capacity 23 wagons a day, -' a THE OWENSBORO," Tlxe "Tsugfori. Co. 8MmsHV with a rapidly growing trade extending over eighteen Southern and Western States and wherever intoduced is universally considered the best wagon on the market. Fon Sale hy B. F. BEARD, DILLON & CO., Hough Creek Improvement. Maj. Lockwood, in charge of the river improvements for some of the Kentucky rivers, has submitted to the War Department his report of tho operations for last month and wtys in regard to Hough Hi von "Appropriations available 524,807.72. Plans aro being prepared for tho proposed lock. Work of removing obstruction In tho bed of the river will be commenced ns booh as the stage of the water will permit; also to locate site of lock," Hartford Herald. Catarrh, neuralgia, rheumatism and most diseases originate from impure blood. Cleanse it, purify it with De Witt's Sarsaparilla and health is refetored, htrength regained. Sold by G. W. Short. Near Itomo last Thursday, 2(io tons of gunpowder exploded with a fearful shock that caused many buildings rock, to totter nnd to fall within a radius of several miles. Tho damage dono was great, and seven lives were lost, while forty-eigpersons wero injured. Tho King and his cabinet visited tho sceno of the accident, and the King himself did much to relieve tho injured. I undtrtaka I. briefly letch InMllfrnt rxraon of cither HLMboH, read and Vtrita.aud Mho. after Instruction, h 111 work lnduttrlou,!. how fo earn Ikrra Thuu.aad Italian a' Trarin th.lrown lorallllca.w lierrrer thee llve.I will alao furnlih the illuatlim or Fmiilojrtneiit,al which ouraurarn that amount. No tnoiiav fur mauulraa auectaafulae above, latllyand qulcklr learned I dralra but ona worker from each dlatrlu or count. I have already taught and )rovlded with ainjilormcnt a larva number, v. ho ara making; over IMIMM) Tear each. ltaK13V and NOI.III. harllcularaFK I3IJ. Addrr.a at once, I FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. Q?nnn A A IT 13 fatrlIt any . 1). (', ALI,i:., Jlox 43U, AuiEii.tM, Maine, FAMILY D RONOUNCING BIBLES In our subrcrlptlon ntfiS otlhl 0rSmP tRALLEL """ lorillblea. OUTSELL ALL OTHERS. line every proper namo Is divided Into syllables, and the accent-mar,,'1U,',e 80 tl"u lllbl " tell at a glaiice the proper prouuucl. AGENCY jbr THE GREATEST AID EVER PUT INTO A SUBSCRIPTION BIBLE t ht Ingalls as a Fanner. Ingalls is planting potatoes with a spoonful of politics in each hill out on tho windy plains of Kansas. Providence Journal. For an emergency thero is no remedy moro essential than "C. O. O. Certain Cough Curo" for Croup, Whooping. Cough, etc. Sold by J. AV. Owen. bottle). THEY ro tho KM AIX Size TUB ARE ffSgiW0T7-l7.707AHSrTx til l'o euro Biliousness, Sick Hcadccho, Const! Aparephlftof Information andab uraci untie laws, snowing uoir toi UDiain roienis. uareala. Trade) vuaru, woprrisnu, ttm irtu. . AdJreu HIUNN A UU.j v3ul Urondwajr, new lone. v EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY TO SUCCESS. WE GIVE CANVASSERS THE LARGEST COMMIS SIONS EVER ALLOWED TO BIBLE AGENTS. (3 AGENTS WANTED fLook to your Interests, and write lor terms to SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO EXPERIENCED AGENTS. Mention this paper. CRANSTON & STOWE, - '- - CINCINNATI, O, R. EDRiMEN ONLY! 'cr LOST or VATT.INn Kab.al, MabIa MANHOOD fall llaatar.4. Vaacripll.. Ilaak, aipl.aallaa Haw Louisville, St, Louis & Texas II, Co, jiatlon, Malaria, Liver Complaint, tako the sao and certain remedy, SMITH'S 0 ILE BEANS "."MMMI'rBWIWWM f...tant. aal Itnapat.nui.l'IUK'KUirKUOHUlKSftrillTSOrBeDi'. r safalllar HOIK TKUTnUT-BaM- lla iaaa Jar. I. ataaaV. . Baa taatlij from 10 etataa mini and Htuvoufl 'eaineiiof BodTlndMlnil Sfficta 'VwM.H.0...,,,, Ik ma aVua MTHOOD, mwn ERIE ITrlta lit F.ralf Cautrlaa. (aaaM) tn. Ul Brwfa aialM MEOIOAL CO., BUFfALO, N. V. TIME SCHEDULE id ii 'ia if 3STO. 17. i:rrct At 5:00 o'clck A. Wot Bound Traiui ISutltJaaslo 2ox nil Vrlcc ot clllier lo, ggc. (40 little Beans to tho MOST CONVENIENT. WE. A 1 Ace)., per Bottle, for cu. (corixri oritampa). l.r.$MITH&C0.Uattriof"lilLisiirj3.-'ST.l0UIMO. W Farmer Ingalls may become tho of Kansas if he can only find enough citizens willing to have him leavo his plow to save his country. Ho nnd his friends will have to hustle to do it. St. Louis fiw" py 13 . rl U Ina; mail lijr X.hn B, i (!oo1i!ii, rov.v at troik (vr I.iajer, yon niae ti I iijiL aa ti.uru, but u. ran atlif Mii,ilrkly liotr luearti from fa to ilay lit Ilia aiarl, anil mora aa you fo flu an. Iii'lli aear., an ayra. lueuyariOI Vliler!.-.you laiieoitiuirne.at borne, er. in. all l our tlmaj.r euara momenta onl e fa Ilia work, All I. ii. w, Ortatay BlKk'rcr tttrr worker. W. alart you, furnUMnr KABILY, BI'EKIHLV learneil. rjUlriCULAIIH HIKi:. Adilreaaatonca. . !. . Awsxmt, UiM.vAKrMd WJ&XV THE BEST -- ' M a "J AVJi9iz. LIVER CTT3ZS3 ., Sunda7.N07.3O, , 1890 Knit Bound Trillin H & Kxpr's Kxpr' Mall w Pally 025pm tWO 7 20 Expr's Kxpr's Dally Mull & STATIONS 8 054111 8 20 00 1)20 U27 U37 Dally Iv.Un'n Dp't..ur 10ft 12 60 Kentucky St. Dally 0 ffipir. 725 7 45 7 65 8 04 8 07 U0J 9bLiMr -- olllbOil 10., BlkV If food sours on tho stomach, digestion Is the complaint of thousands suffering is defective. Do Witt's Littlo Early from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. Bisors will remedy this. Tho famous litDid you ever try Dr. Acker's English tlo pills that never gripe and never disapItemedy ? It is tho best preparation point. Sold by G. W. Short. for all Lung troubles. Sold on a known positive guarantee at 25c. and 50c. by G. The form ied by the king of Sweden W. Short, Cloverj.ort, Ky., nnd Witt A in addressing the members of parliaMeador, .Hardinsburg, Ky. ment differs from that used by many other rulers. His speeches begin with, Bearing mules and horses for sale, "Good gentlemen and Swedish meiu" under favorable circumstances, is one of They end usually also with, "Tho Westing of God be upon tho most profitable industries in which and Swedish men." you, good gentlemen Is not tho farmer can engage There You will bo cured without infliction if much moro expense in producing a good d colt than in growing n you tako "0. 0. O. Certain Chill Cure," good steer, hut there is an appreciable for Chills nnd Fovcr. Pleasant to take. Guaranteed. Sold by J. W. Owen. difference in the value of the product. three-year-ol- Can't Sleep Nights Thero nro many Cough Remedies, but Don't wait until in front of a ticket only ono "Certain Cough Cuio." Seo seller's window before trying to find your drapery hidden pocket. If tickets that tho trade mark "C. 0. C." is on tho can be purchased in quantities on routes wrapper and blown in the bottle. Sold you frequently travel purchuse them, by J. W. Owen. and save other peoplo'a temper and your Sing Hi in the Bight Place. own time. A Chinaman named Sing Hi lias taken Near Walker, Vernon county, Mo., a miner excavated a petrified foot 23 inch- tho position of tenor in a Dorchester es long and 20 inches around the instep, quartet. Boston Herald. supposed to bo tlwt of a giant The Nervous and delicate women should miner has been offered $100 for it, but declines tho offer. not tako Quinine and nick their nerves, C. Certain Chill Cure," tho Constipation, blood-poisofever! Doc- but "C. C. great remedy for Fbvor, Aguo und tors' hills and funeral oxponscs cost about two hundred dollars; Do Witt's Littlo Malaria. Sold nnd warranted by J. W. Early Bison cost a quarter. Tako your Owen. choice. Sold by G. W. Short. Exnmliio llahbago'snow lino of queens-warBuy the Monarch Shirt. e. CIIEAI'EST w 814 822 820 8 31) a 40 !)64 U40 12 U" inn 8(jr Howard 11 Main Hock Haven 7 45 7S5 I.onf llranch 1143 7 26 llraiulcnburK UM Meade Springs 11 3U 7 22 7 It) 1124 Kkron Westl'ulnt 121Unm 860 810 MEDICINE MEDICINE JtllOWN DYSPEPSIA. CHILL CUF?E. !)U! 847 860 10U 1012 1020 10 27 10 30 1044 1040 10 62 Iningion Webster I.odllnm' 1'krce SL...plp Oustmi 1110 1107 1068 1061 10 42 7 07 068 0 J'J 041 0 30 0 21 010 J10 The LOUISVILLK, ICY. Courr tfourmd CONSIDERING BILIOUSNESS, IT WIILIj A1SO QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. AND CnltONIO CONSTIPATION. 0 1'J 9 3.1 9 40 9 62 1001 lll 1114 1161 Slcphcnuport Addison Holt Cloverport 1030 10 20 1021 015 00U 0 00 1018 10 Subacrlptlon Rates, Pally and Sunday, $10.00 a year, Daily without S'inday, $3.00 a year, Sunday, $5.00 a year, Weekly, $1.00 a year. O. C. MARTIN Cloverport, iTjC?Sl DRUQQI8T NEXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE. 1008 1014 1120 1137 1144 1160am 12 0Jpm 12 IInwesille" Cajco I.ewUport Powers Pates Owcntlioro Mattin.'ly Worthinihon 1'alcon Skillinan l'ctrle Shops Ul 9 65 9 44 832 9 23 1017 10 23 10 41 21 917 913 9UJ 8 47 6U5 6 01 4 65 4 38 4 25 612 551 5 43 631 621 Tho Wookly Courier-Journa- l Haa the target! circulation of any Democratic) Nevripuper In the Dotted Statei and propoies to double or treble it already large circulation. tn iome one a iplend'd High Aria Sewing Mnahlne or a lUudanme Gold Watch, ABSOLUTELY FHKB. Full particular! tn Weekly Courier Journal. Sample free, Seud for one. copy Addreii, W. N. 1IALDEMAN, l Preiident Company, LomsviLir., ICr. AND EVERY Courier-Journa- Ky : I 1055 11 Oil wmMmmmmiMMmmmmmm awir . 1118 1120 1235 1245 1269 107 832 8 22 FREE TO ALL. HOW 1 BY DAY GIVING AWAY EACH 'Trees, zmrmrtrmtimmTmrmmti applicants; 80 pages: aim 4uvu varieties oi :: Planta. At Satisfaction Quarinfatt!. ) : 38 Greenhoum, 80 acres. Address, : NANZ A NEUNER. tnmsvn.r .. Vv r Hulfri. VlnM. Shrubs.: Small Frulta,: Grape VlnM, Scads.: Erergreent, eta, will : bo mailed Free to all : Our Now Illustrated Catalozuo ol Plant, JK Spottsvfllo 137 1205pm 140 Ila.ketU 1220am 2O0pin ar.Hcnders'n l HH 1165 ' 808 769 747 728 719 705am 417 4 0'. 3 60 340 3 31 3 23 310pm , lfc..M! l!.l!ullotr.b i'o.luifMBtM'urtluiiiJ.AlMlu Bnuf Hula forlantaharabaanmadast work for na, b Ami. Iar. Auailn Taaaa, .nil Jno. llonn, T.lnlo, Olilo, vin.raarauoiDf aawtii. unj nx jour noma tarn orar .auuvu lionlli. You (and. Ihaarark and lira Ul tioma, tthrravrryoii ara. 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