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Moral Invite them to your store. can le aclilcvcd in any business by untiring lndutry .care ful economy and JuJlcloui adver tising. The road to opulence lie p through printer's Ink, Succcs Knee-dee- THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1891. Look for The Best. VOL XV. It was ono of Emerson's beautiful traits tlmt he met every man with nn nir of eager expectancy, ns if anticipating Mint each new aciiuantanco had somo to make to him concerning tho highest things of life. It was this quality which made people their best in his society, which made him nn aspiration to all who anno In contact with him, and which gave those who met him a new earnestness and fnlth. This is tho very Tliis column for opposite of tho attitude of the cynic, who believes nothing nntl accepts nothing ; who always imputes tho worst motives, keeps In his memory tho record ...,. k.wI ntitinlhntna . . l " mu oi an iaiiurus oiFit... imoi, nothing but n repetition oi tnem in mo future If n innjority of men became cynicp, society would lose heart and proClovcipoit Market of Dccring bably revert to n savogo typo ; if, on the Binder and Mowers. other hand, a majority of men had enough spiritual insight and largeness of Sulky Hay Rakes. nature to look for and believe in tho best Coal Cook Stove No. 7, w'th .o things, society would take a mighty pieces of ware for $11.00. stride forward. There is no companionNo, 7 Box, Wood Cook Stove for ship in life so inspiring and so beautiful as that which is based on. faith, and $7.00, with 40 pieces of waie which invests tho greater part of its joy One Horse Avery Plows $3.50. in the future. It is ono of tho secrets of Gasoline Stoves, all kinds of friendship Mint It sets the best in another nnd bo calls it out. There are men Cook Stoves. and women with whom it is possible to Soigo Mills and Evaporators. be perfectly frank and to reveal all one's Builders Hardware, Nails, Hinges secret hopes and aspirations w Ithotit reScrews, Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, serve or hesitancy ; there are others from whom ono unconsciously conceals nil Spades, Post Hole Diggers. theso things. Faith in others, eagerness Carpenters' Tools of all kinds a to recognizo excellence and to detect specialty. growth nnd expansion, uro among the Guns, Fishing Tackle, full line noblest qualities which wo possess. Able Water Coolers, Ice Cream Free- men' arc continually growing out of the knowledge of those friends who do not zers, Step Ladders, Bird Cages. Many a man possess these qualities. Rope, Sewing Machines. who has been known intimately to othTin and Iron Roofing, Guttering ers at some undeveloped stage of his personal history, is never rightly estiand Spouting put up. mated by them later because they are Repairing of all kinds or any- never willing to see the immense expanthing you may want, you can have sion of nature which has taken place In it made by the only Tinner in Clo- him. So n Lincoln remained an uncultivated and commonplace youth to ninny verport or vicinity. who knew him nt that period of his life, Prices made by the leading Hard- and who had no power to compass or reware and Stove dealer in the city. cognize Mint immense development of his nature which transformed him from one of the foren country lnwycr-lntmost statesmen and one of the noblest characters in tho history of the world. Of all things which wo need to cultivate, generosity of the, soul is the. foremost And for less money than any sinco the absence of it not only denotes Koiisa in town. Call and see littleness on our part, but shuts us off from that contagion of Inspiration w Inch hiift. makes its happy possessors the spiritual and intellectual helpers of others in an almost divine fashion, Christian Union. NO. 41. DID YOU KNOW THAT VALPARAISO, IND. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Notice ! B ARG A I N -- .n..-.i'"- o J. L. MILLER'S CLOVERPORT.KY - A Cloud of Witnesses. Wo know of no medicine that has .so many testimonials to its efficiency as S. S. S., tho great blood purifier. Many of the best known people in the country I have the tingle Comb White Lelghorn certify to tho marvellous results it has CMcken and can furnish Eggs at $1.00 for wrought in the various forms of df&eafee setting nt tho lien, or $1.50 per setting by express. My chickens are pure stock and the for w hieh It Is recommended. These Satisfaction Lest layers in the country. come not ulono from persons guarantied. Addpess who have been relieved of their sufferDAVIS O.JOHNSON, Bewleyvllle, Ky. ing by S. S. S., but from people who luuo witnessed tho effects of tho medicine. Co, Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Practicing physician, druggists, pharmacistsin fact, nil who have had an opportunity of observing the cures brought about by this great blood remedy bear willing testimony to its efficacy. In its Taking Effect field' which is a wide one, covering somo At 5:00 o'clck A. U., Sund&7,HoT.30. 1890 of the most serious ailments of humanity, S. S. S. has no rival. gall Bound Traini VTett Bound Traint " ' Eggs for Sale. RJ. TIME jro. 17. SCHEDULE STATIONS MaV. A 4 , J Expr's Bxpr'i Dally Dally 02Spm 40 7 20 25 7 7 45 M MM Kxpr's BaprS I Mr. . Wilson Seventy-fourth Jolly Celebrates His Dally 105 12 60 12 lO.im 114,1 11 W 1124 Dally OJSpn-- A Birthday. time in memory's calender to bo S. (J Btt'uin Iv.Un'n D't..ar Kentucky St. 820 Westl'olnt 000 Howard 901 Hock Haven 9 20 9 9 9 9 27 37 40 40 UU7pm 1153am 850 810 745 7 2 8 05 765 S 04 SO.- 8 07 HrandenbuTg Meade Springs 1130 35. 7 22 811 8 8 8 8 22 30 39 47 951 10 03 10 12 10 20 10 10 10 Irvington Webtter LoJlburg Steplien.port Addison Holt Cloverport Su...ple (Juston Kkrun 710 7 07 1110 1107 1063 10 61 10 42 103G 668 850 9 02 919 933 9 40 9 62 910 910' 0 27 30 41 49 030 024 015 009 600 661 0 49 0 41 1020 1021 1101 1)03 1)14 1017 1023 1'etrle Falcon Cayce llSOiiii Lewfiport 12 03pm 12 l'owers 10 4L 12 35 Putcs 1065 Owensboro 1245 1100 Mattlngly 1269 1118 Stanley 11 31 107 117 Worthlnifton 1137 Spottsvllle 137 1155 flasketts 12 05pm 146 1220am 2O0pm ar.Henders'n lv 1062 1105 1114 1120 1137 1144 1161 llttweijllle Skilliuan' Shops . 1018 1003 965 9 44 S4i 631 621 932 923 917 913 9 00 8 47 5 01 4 65 38 4 25 512 605 83Z 8 22 417 40 818 769 7 47 72S 719 705am 360 3 46 331 3 23 31pm OR MEN ONLY! B k .! HOIK TAUT9IH-BIHiOBtetMucrtntsaCMBlrlM. Wrilttuau tr buiaju lsstlsi a4 mmibiHnimi Mm UUEMCOIOAL CO., BUFFALO, N. Y. T: AkwMtl $MtMtH) hsJ III ! Hsuali. IhiI'JMI , .... MJkia llJofirrorsorXxMueJlnOMor Young-lUffUMlftTM u..wriCMTriwVmLliriDGBfilHlAriBTAey a.4 a ss ,(kxAV:i MEsw" BnltS WJ WJl-is- .a HK '"" J MBV mmL'ur. Wawmr THE BEST JslsBLVm Vi "Js WBr, fiuvrfi0gras W P. m ?Sl. sTHfc. looked back upon with recollections of acutest pleosuio was the celebration of birthMr. Wilson Jolly's seventy-fourt- h day, Friday, April 24th, 1891. It was a family reunion and much enjoyed by all present. Tho refreshments consisting of seosoniable danties wero everything that the most zealous dcciple of ancient Epl-eurcould possible desire. When dinner wns oyer ho called his children together beginning with the eldest, presenting ench one with fifty dollars in gold, and when flnaly tho influence of terpsichoro had fully enveloped the souls of those so fortunate ns to bo present. A soulesS chronometer rudely awakened nil to tho fact that it wns. timo to depart, and .regretfully from our youthful homo wo wended our homeward ways. Tlioso present were Mr. juid Mrs. James Ilend-ricMr. and Mrs. Peter Lyons, Mrs. I). Adkisson, Mr, Qeorgo Jolly, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Waggoner, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jolly, Mr. and Mrs. Jessio Miller, Ada Lyons, Ada Jolly, Lillic Lyons, Hat-ti- o Lyons, Bessie Jolly, Mary Wnggoner, Alice Chnpin and Bettio Board. Messrs. Zeno Lyons, James Jolly, Frank,' Jolly, Calvin Hendrick, Jeffy Jolly, Fred Jolly, Frank Miller, Thad Miller, Willio Wnggoner, Wulter Adkisson and others. Tliero wero hi nil ten children, twenty-nin- e and ono greatgrandZ. C. child. k, grand-children 'iVSKv The First Step. Perhaps you nro run down, can't eat, can't Bleep, can't think, can't do anything to your satisfaction, and you wonder what ails you. You should heed tho warning, you aro taking tho first step InYou need a to Nervous Prostration. Nervo Tonic and in EJcclriv Bitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its normal, Surprising results healthy condition. follow tho uso of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative Your appetite returns, good digestion is restored, nnd tho Liver nnd Kidneys resume healthy action. Try a bottlo. Prico 50c. at G, W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A, Witt, Ky. Ilar-dinsbur-g, fm mrMEDICINE CMEArBHT MEDICINK ANeWN CONSIDERING ! LIVER CHILL CUf?E. QUALITY ET VTIZXi ALSO OTjaEl DYSPEPSIA, ILI0U8NESS, iXJ OHBONIO CONSTIPATION. NO SIZE OF DOSE. C. C. MARTIN, to Clovrport, DRUGGIST. NtXT DOOR UCLOW POST OFFICE. Ky Bud's, grass, birds, sunshine, pleasant weather, good naturo and happiness, have just made their annual debut. They make me long for tho peach and apple blossoms and the flowers of home. Thanks to a kind friend my room for tho last day has been inviting, becauso of n flower pot of real Breckenridge flowers redolent of spring. HEADQUARTERS FOR Did it ever occur to you that theso pcoplo in tho Northorn part of Indiana speak of Kentucky as a part of the South and of us as Southerners ? Well, they do. At first I could hardly believe them in earnest, nor could J believe mo a Southerner. Who could object to being called ono of a pcoplo who are tho kindWe hnvo just received a very largo and beautiful assortment ( of est, tho best and tho most hospitablo of earth 7 Tho Kentuckinns here do not. WHITE and BLACK DRESS GOODS, which we'nro closing out at Tlioy aro proud of their section and of prices which will astonish you. their State. Yes, there aro several Kcntuckians hero all good fellows, alive, warm-heartesociable, earnest and In Dress Goods wo are displaying " Black Kmbroidercd Skirting twenty-seve- n ' an assortment of Plaids, Stripes, Checks inches deep at prices ranging from tell us that they hnvo ant1 solid Colors at unprecedented!)' low 35 cts. tol.OO per yard. Also a full line Our school-mate- s three wuys of recognizing "Corn Crackof White Skirting Goods, ranging in ers." Tho first is our stature. Kentuck- prices. Call and see the beauties we are prices from 35 cts. to 80 cts. per yard. inns, tlioy say, aro usually tall. The displaying. Calicos, including Indigos at C cts. second is our accent. Wo aro so wholly per yard. l unconscious of this that wo think this W, Wo havo just received a beautiful line of Tho iast only Imaginary with them. nnd perhaps tho surest way our Demoquality which cracy they say is a tell-tal- e always tells. While this last is good, it is not nlways sure, for somo of Kentucky's sons who arc here nro not Democrats. Tlioy though know the rule, Which we are selling at prices which astonish every one who nnd admit that there are exceptions. , , examine the line. t Breckenridge county has a bright In GROCERIES we lead in prices, we are selling them regardless young man hero in tho person of the of cost. Mooleyvillian, B. F. Parr. Penetrating, Call and see our lino, the most complete ever brought to the country persevering, aspiring and popular, his fortune will be such that sometime it can truly bo said, "Ho has made his mark in the world." GLENDEANE, KY. Whenever you want to got n correct We are also agents for the Celebrated 'Studebalcer" wagons and idea of what Mie largest normal school in the "Oliver Chilled" Plow. U. S. is just come to Valparaiso, where We sell tho Horse Shoo brand "Fertilizer's" manufactured by the enmore than 3,500 students havo been North Western Fertilizer Co., Chicago, III. This is a very high grade rolled since last September. of Fertilizer, tho best on the market, call and get our price before If you want to sec ono of the successbuying. We will save you from 10 to 15 per cent. ful school men of tho country, come and meet Proffessor Brown, the" man who has A Success. Dealing with a Jury. in chargo the management of this imA distinguished judgo once addressed Royal Germetuer is established as a mense institution. Tho fact that financial success is his, is proved by another remarkable success. Thousands of testi- tho prisoner ns follows : "Prisoner at the fact, that ho intends to spend $40,000 for monials attest its virtue Many of theso bar, your counsel thinks you innocent ; additional buildings and grounds. Build- aro given by men and women of tho the counsel for tho prosecution thinks highest standing in the most honored you innocent ; I think you innocent. ings to be erected this summer. But a jury of your own countryinon, in hardly seems truo that students who walks of life. It In the midst of a flourishing and rap- tho exercises of such common senso as aro well acquainted and who recito under tho same roof day after day may be idly increasing business, tho prico is re- they possess, which does not seem to bo in school for weeks without seeing each duced from $1.50 to $1 per bottlo. This much, havo found you 'guilty,' and it reis done in tho interest of thoso whoso mains that I should puss upon you the other, yet, this is my experience here. circumstances in life deter them frOm sentence of the law. That sentence, is Wcro you over present whero a poorpaying tho higher price. Tho rich will that you ho kept in imprisonment for ly organized fire company wero trying to buy it at any price, but the managers one day, and as that day was yesterday, save n building from tho devouring feel that a medicine which possesses you may go about your business." Dry ? A mid-nigweek fire this flames such wonderful powers should bo placed Goods Chronicle. showed to tho writer that order and somo within the reach of tho poor. Many system of management nro necessary to The First Symptoms ofDeath. have said thut Germetuer wns tho cheapassure success. A dozen bosses where est medicine on tho market. When it is Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in there aro but thirteen men make it a remembered that a bottlo of Germetuer vnrious pnrts of tho body, sinking nt the difficult matter for tho thirteenth man makes a gallon of medicine ready for pit of thu stomnch, loss of appetite, A to follow closely his many orders. uso, it is certainly cheaper than ordi- fovcrishness, pimples oi sores, nre, all mixture of oatlis, water, fire and confusnary medicine in n bulk, and when tho positive evidenco of poisoned blood. horn ion, sit, the usually quiet mid-nigpowers of tho medicine aro taken into No matter how it became poisoned it Tho iiro vas is somewhat impressive. account, tho prico amounts to almost must bo purified to avoid death. Dr. ns it the weakest of tho combination, nothing. Acker's English Bipod Elixir has never was tho first to yield. Tho oaths were Germetuer is the coming success Mint failed to remove Bcrofulous or syphilitic the longest lived, nnd perhaps tho strong-oito- f hns already come. Ask your druggist poison. Sold under n positive guarantee all. for it, and if he cannot supply you writo byG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and A lecture on "Heroes Recognized and to E. M. Coleman, General RepresentaWltt& Meador, Ilnrdinsbiinr, Ky. Unrecognized," nt the college ono night tive, Ixmisville, Ky. Send for book conthis Week has set mo to thinking Mint taining particulars nnd history of wonTho Kansas girl seems to bo tho most there nre renlly many, many heroes w ho derful cures. wonderful product of the Union. Sho aro in obscurity, yet who aro in all recan play the piano, do tho housework, spects tho equals of those whoso names Resolutions of Lost Run Church. every timo with nnd hit tho bull's-ey- e nro known to the world. AVo extol tho One of theso In respect to tho memory of our es- n virtues of tho ones who aro recognied teemed friend nnd brother, Win. Hend, young women during one spring helped as great, and close our eyes to the good whom it has pleased the Father to call to plant 120 acres of corn, did tho housedeeds of humbler ones whom circum- homo, we, the church for whom brother work for a family of seven, went to ten stances havo not so much favored. Tho Head labored long and faithful, being dances, tried twico to elopo, and taught world is full of people who aro good, and ever ready in prosperity and adversity the most interesting class in the village the sooner wo bclicvo so and trust ono aliko to givo us tho benefit of his able Sunday school, nnother moro, tho sooner we shall rcal-iz- o nnd sincere counsel, wo therefore, ns n Greut Men As lliijs. that earth is a right good placo after church nnd individually resolve, Every ono knows how, when Sir Walall. If tho ono who said, "Evil bo to has lost a true First. That this church thoso who evil think," is right, why not and devoted friend. A friend on whom ter Scott wns n boy, tho futnro novelist was lost during ' a thunderstorm, and good to tho believers in good. we couhVTely in time of need, nnd that found by the alarmed searchers lying on I observe' that there is n third party in wo imploro tho father to raise ono worthy his back on tho hillsido looking at tho Breckenridge bended by Dr. Ilnrned. to wear brother Heads mantle. lightning, clapping his hands nt each earnest The Doctor hns been n Second. That wo tender relatives and flash and exclni tiling, "Bonnie! bonnie!" working Democrat, and it is surprising immediate friends our eondolonco in Bnt n story of the samo kind, with to ono who has been long observant of their distress and bereavement nnd com- Schiller, the Gcnnnil root, as tho hero, whllo a his faithfulness to seo him now tho mend them to God who is anxious to is not so well known. Ono day, very small boy, a severo thunderstorm power- have all his children cast on him their ready leader of n newly born and cauio on; the boy was missed and conld ful party. If a third party man ia to re- burdens. nowhere bo found. Tho wholo housepresent tho county wo prefer tho DocThird. That a copy of theso resolu- hold searched for him, but it was not tor to almost any ono flse, but Severs tion ho sent to tho Western Recorder, until the storm was past that ho was represents the party of our choice. Republican and Biilckkniudok News for seen descending from the top of a high liuio treo neur tho house. To tho inBoy. School publication. quiries of his father as to his motives ho Weatherford J. K. replied: A Little Oirl's Experience In a G. D. Payne v "I only wished to seo whero all tho M. P. Comptoti Lighthouse. fire cuino from." Now York Lodger. .J. F. Stinnell . Com. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott nre keepD. It. M. Smith Our Very Best People ers of tho Gov. Lighthouse nt Sand Payton Scott Wm. Scott Beach, Mich., and are blessed with a Confirm our" statement when wo say that Robert Payno daughter foliryears old. Last Aprilsho wns Dr. Acker's English Remedy is in every tnken down witli Measles, followed with way superior to any nnd nil other preWe'll writo it down till everybody sees parations for tho Throat and Lungs. In a dreadful Cough and turning into a Fevit;, Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic er. Doctors at homo and Detroit treated Till everypody is sick of seeing it "her, but In vnln, she grow worso rapidly, and relioves at once. Wo offer you a Till everybody knows it "without see- sample bottlo free. Remember, this until she was a mcro "handful of bones." ing it Then sho tried Dr. King's Now DisRemody is sold on a positivo guarantee that Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy cures For Sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, covery and after tho uso of two and a worst cases of chronic catarrh in tho half bottles, was completely cured. tho Ky., and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, head, catarrhal headache' and "cold in They say Dr. King's Now Discovery is tho head.!' In perfect faith, its makers, Ky. .worth its weight in gold, yet you may the World's Dispensary Medical .AssociaShort's tion of Buffalo, N. Y., offers to pay $500 get atrial bottlo free atG. Tlio Duty on Imported Gas. to any oua. suffering from chronic-catarrDrugstorur''- Tho treasury department has approved head whom they cannot euro. in tho tho action of tho collector of customs at Now If tho conditions wore reversed Tho celebrated Anaconda mine, in if they nsked you to pay $500 for a posi-tlv- o Buffalo exacting duty on natural gas euro you might hesitate. Hero aro Imported into that district la pipes tinMontana, is said to Jiavo been sold to reputable mon, with years of honorable der tho Niagara river from the interior Itothehild's for $25,000,000. tho dealing j thousands of dollars and a great of Canada. Assistant Secretary Spaul-din- g naiuo back of them and tlioy say " Wo has informed the collector that no Science cannot produce a superior can euro you because we've cured thouobjection is percolved to the course sugremedy to "CCO. Certain Cough Cure." sands of Others like you if wo can't wo gested by him of requiring dally entries will pay you $500 It is based oi scientific principles, and if Micro's ono whom for tho knowledge that of estimated quantities and. .'the liquidawo cant cure." loes not give relief for Coughs and it They beliovo in themselves. Isn't It tion' at tho 6HV oft tho months according Colds, your inonoy will be refunded. worth a trial. Isn't any trial preferable "to tho quantities, shown by the roturnB or thu meter. WoshlnKton Star. to ratarrb. SollhvJ. W. Ouch. M OORMAN & EELER, Witt JS EC That Witt That Witt & & & & & & Meador IN TOWN. ARE SELLING THE BEST LOT OF CLENDEANE, KY. Dry Goods, Hats, Gent's Furnishing Goods, O Clothing, Shoes and. Dress Goods. Black and Embroidered Mulls. wide-awak- DRESS GOODS. pro-gress- Meador have tho cheapest line of Shoes in town. Meador have marked their goods down in reach of all. That Witt Meador have the best lino of dress goods in town. That Witt Meador have tho best trade in Hardinsburg. That Witt Meador have the best assortment of Gent's Neckwear and Suspenders cvor exhibited in Hardinsburg. That Witt & Meador aro tho leading Druggists in Hardinsburg. That Witt & Meador have tho best Garden Seed on the market. That Witt &. Meador are doing tho business of this placo. That Witt & Meador have the best line of Cigars and Tobacco in town That Witt & Meador invito special attention of the Ladies and Young Men. Ladies, call and see our lino of Lawns and Ginghams buying. Boys, give us a call and see our display of Neckwear, and you will agree with us Hint we have the best lino in town. bo-foro ES I -41 $ I WITT & MEAD0E, HARDINSBURG, KY. Sprifig Clothin; MOOBMAN & BEELER, t CD OS &2 xn .' The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil pricesj can be found at We carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar 5.50, SG.50, $7.50, $9.00 and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, 2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a line of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, Ilamcs and Chains, Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay vou to examine our stook. H. KAMBUSTON 3D- - SsLynBXjHTOINr.. Hambleton House HARDINSBURG, KY. - Proprietor BOING.TURPIN, This house is now open for business. It has been thoroughly overhauled, repaired and refurnished throughout and is now in s condition. We solicit the traveling public to give us a call. Rates reasonable. B. G. TURPIN, Prop'r. first-clas- BANK OP ht HAEDINSBimG Capital Stock $25,000. II. F. BEARD, President. WILL MILLKH, M. II. BEARD, Cashier. Q. W. BEARD "1 MORRIS ESKRIDOE J R. M. JOLLY. INTEREST P'AID OH TIME Directors. r- nil-rou- DEPOSITS. LouisvlMe,Hardinsfaurg& Western H. R, No. 5 TIME TABLE. Taking Effect at 5.00 o'clook a. m. Sunday September 28, 1880. Hast Bound Trains West Hound Trains Dally Dally Dally Daily ex Sun. ex bun ex Sun. ex bun. STATIONS, No. 5 No. 2 No. 6 No. 1 OSOain 11 lSun Lv IrvlnKton Ar 9 45am S45p 4 60 'J 12 Garfield 710 1142 426 Harned 852 737 1168im 8 41 12 03pm 416 45 7 Junction 4 00 8 37 1213 7 55 Harillntburfr 12 2J 8 28 348 8 23 Junction 323 815 Kirk 1230 852 3 00 8 03 12 47 Jolly 910 7 44 220 Glendeane 9 47 105 729 146 llockvale 1015 120 7 20 129 1029 Huth 129 12 43 Asklns 712 135 10 41 657 1224 Oaks 1101 148 U20pm JiMJOpni ArForcUvllle l.i 6 45aml2 00m I If You Have CONSUMPTIONICOUGHorCOLD BRONCHITIS Throat Affection SCROFULA .Wasting of Flesh ?utr, or Or anyDUeai ichrre ths Throat and Zunfft Xnflamtd, Zach cf Strength or flint you can o relieved and Cured by SCOTT'S EMULSION PURE COD LIVER OIL Ulkfor Iteott't BmuSilon, and let no planallon or tolteltatton induce you aeotpt life-lon- OF THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS Al LINE, (L. E.AST. L. R. It.) With Hypophosphltea. PALATABLE AS MILK. a rubeHtutt. sw SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE ( St. Louis, Evansville 10 AND ALL POINTS OOTT Sold by all Druggists. BOWNE,ChmlBt8, N.Y. , West and Time-Car- South-Wes- t. in Effect Dec, 16, 1888, Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m...4:10 p.m. Arr St. Louis 7:4S " ...7:2S " 9:50 p.m. Evansville 2:25 " For further laformatloD, call on or address, JOS. S 0DI0RNE. Qen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Kj. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. Paisg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky, d Printers' Ink A JOURNAL FOR ADVERTISERS." GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for h Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Coment, Mich igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by Ibe Darrel, Plaster Hair, Pine & Poplar Shingles al- Ii Issued weekly, and Is the representative Journal the trade journal of American advertisers. It Indicates to the Inexperienced adver User how, when, and where he should advei tlse; how to writo an advertisement; how displaj one; what newspapers to use; how much money to expend in fact, discourses on every point that admits of profitable discussion. Advertising Is an art practiced by many but understood by few. The conductors of Printers' Ink understand it, and their advice is based on an experience of more than twenty-fiv- o years in placing advertising contracU for many of the largest and most successful advertisers. A year's subscription costs bat two dollars i sample oopies Free. Addresa : GEO. P. ROWELL . CO., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruce St., Now York. Do Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring Orders acways kept on hand. companied by cash prompt ly filled. Very popular, vory email, very good r Witt's Little Early Risers, the plll-fo- constipation, biliousness, sick hemlnclio ' SoUliiy G. W. Short. 'jJT' ra:, bs ' ?C? ?" lawwtiwwi iSi - i i mi i.ininrjjTrimw.iiM' iiiyn imiiij -- . ' J" 'U ' '" ' ''"' r - - -- - r 8 I l V . ' "- - ...i, ... BRANDENBURG. ANNOUH0BMENTS. - ... - I IRVINGTON. Joe E. Stone, of Louisville, made r hhort stop Wednesday. Mrs. Curts ami daughter, of WebMcV, were in the city Wednesday. Mr. Taylor Dowel who has been suffering intense pain from a bonc-fello- n has recovered. Chas. Wetherton an employee of L., St. L. & T. railroad is away on a vacation. Chas. has been paying $15. a month board, and madam rumor says, when ho returns ho will have to part with $30 regularly every month. D. W. Henry, tho invincible hardware merchant, has returned from n business trip in Louisville. Our tonsorial art shop is nearing completion, and tho hoys nre patiently waiting for the artist to say, next. C. W. Wilhoyto, tho traveling tourist of It. McJohnson & Co., of Owensboro, goes into tho very jaws of Louisville demoralizing prices on groceries. Tho John Young Brown Special carried from this point to llardinsburg Saturday quite a healthy lot of demo crats. Several nblo speeches were made in behalf of Hardin, but Brown's followers were firm in their convictions and did not succomh to eloquence. A Baptist Sunday school has been organized here. Mr. Bate Herndon was unanimously chosen superintendent nnd we predict that it will bo a succcs. Nothing is more important than a Sabbath school. It gives tho young a knowledge of tho bible, and makes impressions that timo nor opposing influencocan'tefTace. Ignorance of tho bible from a lack of interest or industry is a sin in the sight of the Lord, nnd should be a disgrace in the eyes of man. Let every one come out next Sabbath morning. For tho information of some who may live across the big waters and possibly don't know much of our little i ity, will state a few facts concerning her. She is noted for her thrift, renowned for. her beauty and celebrated for her hospitality. Sho strongly advocates churches and schools, and as strongly condemns ignorance nnd sin. Three large hotels adorn tho public square. Seven spacious business houses till the wants of a demanding public. One modem mill grinds out the bread of existence, for a happy people, fifty miles square. Tho now Baptist church is a credit to the city, and surrounding country. Every true Baptist looks with pride, to the little templo situat.nl in the garden spot of tho country. The construction of two other churches is under advisement, nnd doubtless we will soon be tho "city of churches and schools." Tin: refusal of China to receive Blair as minister to that country created quite a surprise among Republican leaders at Washington. Tho Courier-Journa- l of yesterday contained a dispatch to the effect that Thos. T. Crittondon, of Missouri, was stricken at Kansas city, witli what the physicians pronounce a fatal illness. or T Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JNO. D. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, BEWLEYVILUE. Speaking In town Friday evening. Qultc,a crowd went to Hardinshurg Sat unlay. Mr. Sam Poole, of trvingfon, was in town Sunday. Mr. Ben Clarkson, of Big Spriiig, was in town Tuesday. Mis. Z. T. Stith returned from Iouls-vill- e Tuesday morning. Mr. J. Shacklett, of Ekron, attended church hero Sunday. Kit Martin, Esquire elect of lliis district was in town Saturday. Remember tho Cash Store will sell you a suit at wholesale Friday or Saturday. Mr. Wallace Foote returned last week from a stay of several months in Texas. Rev. J. Davenport filled his appointment at the M. E. church Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Ahmed Board, representing the Standard Oil Company, was in town . Thursday. Children's day will bo celebrated at the M. E. Church of this place tho first Sunday in June.. Messrs. A. Bennett and D. C. Johnson attended the Republican Convention at llardinsburg Saturday. Messrs. Joel Jordan, Chas. II. Drury, W. N. Drury and Henry Drury attended the Democratic Convention in llardinsburg Saturday. Mr. E. S. Foote, the popular bookkeeper of Phillips Bros. & McAtee, Owensboro, was in town Sunday shaking hands with his many friends here. Messrs. W. N. Drury and Henry Head wore apiointed delegates from this District to the State Democratic Convention by tho County Convention, winch was held in llardinsburg Saturday. 'Squires Dowell and Drury, Wednesday, let tho contract of removing a drift from ono bridge and building ono new bridgo to Mr. Geo. Mercer, of Rosetta, for n little less than $25. Don't forget the opportunity that will bo given you Friday and Saturday May 8th and ()th at the Casli Store, Bew- loyville, Ky., of selecting Clothing of a Wholesale Merchant. Come and make a selection and savo your money. Mr. II., you carried your wool over to Hampton and got 2(tc., ono cent over what ho can sell it for if he gots the highest market price, but then you paid him $2.03 for that ladles hut, that he could have sold at $1 ,50c; one pair Ladio's Shoes $2.00, wortli at the Cash Store $1.50 j 15c for black Organdie, wortli 12c at tho Cash; 40c for Henrietta, 28c at the Cash; 75c for a Corset, worth at the Cash 45c. But then you havo been buying there on tick, and I guess your wool went us a credit on your account and the goods as a debit. You had much better borrow the money at 10 per cent if you can't get it for less, and como to the Casli to do your buying. You will on the amount of goods you buy, savo $50 Cash Stoke. in a vear at least. I . MAY 0, 1891. V.U.HAHHAUG L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. QOtHQ IMIIor V WK8T. VinOII. Proprietor, fc O. IlAHIIAOn, KJltnrn nml Passenger Dally arr. IIariHntnrg.l2:05 p.m. " -- 7:18 a.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. OOIXO KiST. fc :i Ii., St. Ii. Bxpreii J T. Local Time Card. 10.0S -- 11.07 are authorlted to announce (IVS. W. KICIIARD'0N, as a candidate for re election to tbe Legislature from Meade county, subject to tbe action of the Democratic primary, June 1.1, 1891. We are authorlted to announce 100 Cents ON THE We will give ott honest value for your honest mone. f The finest and most popular line of , jJ4i),' i y Hk; .ar Matt nd Express going East (i ii West " llardlmburg.. Panenger a.m. Mixed (ex. Dally arr. arr. " Sunday) a.m. . 8:55 a.m. 3:55 p.m. local Freight i " " Eait West Knit West - 5.58 p.m. 8 2T p.m. -- 10.05 a.m. 1U t' THAT CONVENTION. g nssoutblngo of Democrats at The 5s only an indicalast Saturday tion of Mhat the old Democracy of Breckenridge county 1h capable of exhibiting when she's a mind to. The meeting was n rouser, and sent thrills of dismay to squadrons around on tho out posts, who havo already given it out that thoy intend to do us up on tho first Monday in August. Xo organization of whatever character, having a political cast, can ever muster together such another body and fearless set of intelligent, candid of men as met at llardinsburg lust .Saturday to espouse the cauM) of pure Democracy. "We say it, nndjit was pure, for we have no other kind in stock just now, thank you. The News was particularly Along gratified at such an out pouring. on the whispering breeze, have come mutterings of discontent, said to havo cruinatcd from our own party, but we are more than satisfied now that such were the vain whisperings of demagogues, and not the sober complaints of honest faithful Democrats. No man who has the honest love for the administration of an honest government, conduc ed on plans pure and simple, can for once reject the principles ollered by the Democratic party. The out pouring on Saturday hist, attests one thing, and that very clearly, that there is still virtue in these principles and that they are hcldjby good men tried and true, who are always ready for duty when occasion demands. Our friend, the enemy, may take a bit of warning. From now until August the ball will bo kept rolling. In tho midst of the fray will be found the young kids and old vets battling together for truth and victory. AVe send words of cheer to the boys in lino with assurance that the timo is pregnant with mighty possibilities. Put the harness on and never quit fighting until the sun goes down. Ilnrd-Insbur- Miss Flora Smith is visiting at Webster. Mr. Percy Beard returned homo last Monday. Itctncmbcr the Sunday School picnic next Saturday. Mr. James E. Stone, Louisville, was in the city a few days last week. Judge McBeath adjourned court last Friday evening until Monday morning. Mrs. Shull, of Ohio county, is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank Has-wel- l. Mr. C. II. Shields, an attorney from Louisville, was attending court here yesterday. District Conference of the M. E. church South, will convene at Leltrhflcld next Wednesday. Itctncmbcr that you can get the very best and latest styles in millinery goods at Mrs. J. C. Sutton's. Tho damage suit of Richard May against AH. Hobards, was referred to arbitrators for settlement. It is high timo that thero were scmo signs of tlto building of that new fence around the court-housMr. J. V. Lewis, who has been attending court here, returned to his home at Brandenburg last Saturday. Capt. Jack Gross is about tho best hustler in an election in this county. When ho goes in for a fellow you generally know he is there before it is over. Maj. Horace Scott, Jubal Hook and Taylor Beard, were elected councilmen in the first ward, and Joe Buzby It. P. Shacklett and John Hohcn for the second ward, Monday. Uev. D. Dowden, the well known Baptist minister, is confined to his home by sickness, in Louisville, and it is feared that he will not be again able to resume his clerical duties. On account of the Normal Session, which begins immediately after the close of the present school term, Prof. Shacklett will not he able to give a school exhibition next month. Mr. W. E. Minor recovered a judgment in the Circuit court last week, against the L., St. L. & T. railroad company for one thousand dollars damages, for running their road through his farm. Notice : I have just opened a large and handsome line of millinery goods. Everybody, and the ladies especially are invited to call and examine my stock. Turpin House west side public square. llardinsE. I. Giiios. burg. Sheriff Biggs brought five men here from liodiburg last Saturday, who were charged with shooting into a passenger train near that place on tho L., St. L. & T. railroad. They were put under bonds of $100 each lor their appearance before the next Circuit court. The court"-hous- e needs painting badly. Why the court didn't let tho contract for the job at the same time the new fence was onlered is not understood. Some folks have an idea that tho movements of the county paps are slow anyhow. Regular 08tal service has been estab lished on tho railroad botween Irvington and Fordsville. Mr. Moyer, of Elizabeth-towKy., has been appointed clerk. This gives a regular distribution of the mail to all offices on the road. Tho Republicans hold a Convention hero last Saturday, to send delegates to their State Convention, which meets at Lexington on the 20th inst. The delegates from this place arc : Clayton Beard, John P. Haswell and Mat P. Payne. From Cloverport, Amel Oelze, Will Smith and V. B. Burton. Tho county is entitled to eighteen delegates in all, but we did not get those named in tho other districts. The delegates go uninstructed. e. n, , P. UUNDIFP, county. Subject to the aotion of tbe cratic Primary, June 13, 1891. ai a candidate for the Legislature In Meade Demo- Tiikrc were two Conventions held at llardinsburg last Saturday. In the court house a thousand or more Democrats assembled to formulate and delegate to the chosen Kepresenatiesof a grand party of a grand Commonwealth, another term of official tenure, while in another part of the town a few Itepublicans got togethernnd resolved that they would like to get there if they could, but as things stood they couldn't see how it was to work out, and they would adjourn to n more convenient season. The latest death that has resulted from the mysteriously poisoned food at the Snook-Her- r wedding at Lyndon, was the B. Snook, death of the groom, Mr. last Thursday. The wedding took place on April 15, and and Mr. Snook and his bride were both stricken down when they reached Cincinnati on their honeymoon tour. The bride is yet very ill. Mr. Snook's death is the sixth that lias resulted from the poison. there will assemble in Louisville one of the largest Oxi: week from to-da- y Democratic State Conventions held since the war. A more gallant or capable set of candidates never graced the political rostrum than there are on the. boards today, and to name a winner has puzzled the best wire pullers in the field. Tin: National Farmers' Alliance is rapidly being converted into a regular political mill. The President of the order has lately sent instructions to all to hold together and get ready for the great campaign of 1891'. He says there will be IW.OOO lecturers put in the field to advocate Alliance principles. I T. President Harrison and party wound UNION STAR. up their tour over tho states, and have No doubt returned to Washington. Mr. J. J. Severs went to Louisville last brother Harrison thinks that he is the week. only man in the country that can ho Miss Julia Cashtnan is visiting in New elected President in 189'J. Albany. Mr. D. S. Richardson was in llardinsIn the coming Legislative contest in this county all Democrats should stand burg Friday and Saturday. by the nominee. Harmony and a generMr. C. M. McGlothlan spent last week al good feeling among all members of in Frankfort, and Louisville. the party will certainly bring success. Miss Dora Gardner went on the excursion to Louisville Tuesday. .Sr.citCTUiY Maine it is said, will take Mrs. Sarah West, of Louisville, visited a swing around tho circle next fall. Pro- relatives at this place recently. bably he and Benjamin Harrison will Misses Sarah E. and Lena Richardson then be ab'e to decide who is in the lead in this Republican Presidential business. visited relatives in Louisville last week. Miss Ida Gardner is tho guest of her IIov. John G. Carlisle will most like- aunt, Miss Gertrude Gardner, Ixmis-villly preside at the State Convention. Mrs. Snyder died at her home, near Michigan and Ohio haVo adopted tho this place Wednesday April 22nd, of la grippe. Australian system of balloting. Miss Jennie Baker, New Albany, spent A "Jack the Biiteu" has again ap- several weeks with her parents, returnpeared in Now York City. ing Sunday. Mrs. Harriett Cart and son went to $100 Reward. $100. Owensboro Saturday to visit her daughTho readers of the Biif.ckksiudcik ter, Mrs. Chas. Clmppell. News will bo pleased to learn that thero Mrs. Cunningham and granddaughter, is at least one dreaded discaso that Miss Ruth Cunningham are tho guests of science has been able to euro infalHts Mrs. J. O. Cunningham. stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Mr. Fred Bagby, of Frankfort, recentCatarrh Curo is the only positive cure ly' spent u few days in Union Stur, a now known to the medical fraternity. guest ut Mr. Richardson. Catarrh being a constitutional disease Mrs. Ann Robertson died at tho resirequlresacoitstitutional treatment. Hall's dence of her daughter, Mrs. It. B. Cox, Catarrh Cure Ib taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous sur- on the afternoon of tho 18th lilt. Messrs. J. J. Severe, W. B. Pendleton, faces of tho system, thereby destroying tho foundation of tho disease, and giving R. B. Cox, It. C, Richardson and several, tho patient strength by building up the others went to llardinsburg Saturday. constitution and assisting nature in doing 84.000 Damages. its work. Tho proprietors have so much HAitnixsiurjtu, Ky., May 5th. Special faith in its curativo powers, that they ofTer Ono Hundred Dollars for any case In tho damage suit of J. R, Hicks that it fulls to cure. Send for list of testi- against the Breckinridge Company, monialsAddress limited, the jury brought in a verdict toF J CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. day, in favor of tho plaintiff for four thousand dollars. "Sold by Druggistt, Itw, e. Miss Fannio Brashear was in town Saturday. Mr. J. W. Raw lings visited the city last week. Mr. AS'm. M. Ditto visited the City Thursday. Miss Annie Medley, of Garrett, was in town Saturday. is visiting reMiss Bettio Clark-solatives at Big Spring. Our merchants and milliners had quite a rush of trade Saturday. Mr.'Tomas Craycroft, of New Albany, is visiting Mr. A. Morcman. Our County Treasurer took in six of the County Bonds May 1st. Mr. It. II. Nevitt is the possessor of a new doublaseatcd carnage. Mr. "Will Brown, of Louisville, spent a couple of days here last week. Miss Lula Lewis returned Friday from n two weeks visit in Louisville. Mrs. II. C. Raw lings spent a day and night in Grahampton last week. Mrs. Orlcy Richardson and daughter, Miss Eva, spent Thursday here. Mr. Nick Baskctt, son of Mr. Win. Baskett, died Thursday morning. Misses Rhodes and O'Conner, of visited our Burg Saturday. Mrs. Emmet Coleman and Mrs. Frank Wehb spent a few days in the city last week. Mr Mascna Fountain gave our lads and lassies a delightful May party Friday night. Mrs. Agnes' Ricketts, of Louisville, is visiting friends both in town and up the Bottom. Hon. II. T. Kendall, owner and manager of Grayson Springs, was in town Thursday. Mr. It. II. Moremcn, of Cloverport, spent Thursday and Friday of last week at'this plucc. Mr. J. S. Moreman spent n few days lust week in Corydon, winding up his business there. Miss Nannie O'Bryan, of Paynesville, was the guest of Mrs. J. I). Hardin a lost week. Mr. Frank McAuliff and wife, of Garrett, spent Saturday and Sunday with his father here. A large, enthusiastic delegation from Flaherty Tvero in attendance at the Convention Saturday. Miss Eliza Johnson, of New Albany, Ind., is tho guest of her cousin, Mrs. Chapeze AVuthen. Mr. Ben Talbott and daughter, MIbs Lida, of Big Spring, spent Saturday at Mr. II. C Rawlings. . Mrs. J. D. Hardin and son, Guy, left Thursday night for a visit to her uncle, Mr. Roberts, in Concordia. Tho young people enjoyed a social dunce at the residence of Mr. Chas. Moremen's Monday night. Mrs. Juno McGehce and daughters, Minnie Leo and Graham, spent last week in Irvington, visiting friends. Our streets were lined with people Saturday, but to their credit bo it said, there was not a drunken man visible. The second edition of the Meade County Reporter, put in an appearance last week. It is n newsy sheet and bids fair to hold its own, though still in its infancy. Mr. Hise, one of the proprietors of our now paper, moved his family to our town Thursday. They will reside on West Hill in the Davis property. Mr. Geo. Frymiro stopped ofT here a couplo of days last week to visit friends. Ho was on his way to Union Star whero ho expects to spend tho Summei with his parents. Wn are requested by a newly married man to write an article on " The model husband" but do not feel equal to such an urdorous task, you understand, so leavo tho subject for abler minds to handle. Messrs Anslum Clarkson, Achilles Moorman, Alex Montgomery, Znck Hobbs, R. C. and R. A. Craycroft, of Big Springs, uttended tho convention hero Saturday. Tho Democratic Convention held here Saturday was largely attended and tho crowd a very enthusiastic one. Perfect order prevailed. Brown received first instructions for Governor, Hardin second. Rhea received first instructions 'for Attorney General. Norman first for State Auditor. Tho boys of this town played a game of baso ball against the Gamettsvillo boys lost Saturday. Tho gamo was very interesting, and tho score stood, according to the Gamettsvillo score, 10 to 20, in favor of tho Gurnettsvillcs. The features of tho game were Bert Moorman's homo run, and Harry Tea t'b catch of a long fly in right field. Tho juniors put up n good game. Thoy will play another game soon. n Bcw-ieyvilfew-day- s r! Dolla Arc now ready ami waiting the lucky buyer at '.', "SEI ( ... - JVi! v-f--4 flfEW $PRING $TYLES Fairest Prices Nothing Like our Stock ! ' For Style Assortment and Quality ! We've got the Goods! . We've got the Quantity! We've got the Quality! ! M We've got the Variety nnd inc i7isposmoiiio sen. at a low Price. t ' - " j j. If you want fair treatment trade .with $j VEST'S, OLOVEBPOBT, KY. w H -- m - i M SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. Hay Excursion Rates. The Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Rail road Co., announces the following spe cial rates and dates to Louisville during tho month of May, 1891 : For tho May Festival, 12th to 10th, ono and fare for the round trip. Tickets on side for tho morning train only, each day, from the 11th to tho 10th, good for return passage until the 18th. For the Elks Reunion, 17th to 21st, half rates for the round trip. Tickets on salo on tho IGth only, good for return passage until May 22nd, For the State Democratic Convention, on the 13th, half rates for tho round trip. Tickets on salo for tho afternoon train of the 12th and the morning train of tho 13th, only, good to return until one-third Dry Goodsi pa CWllSar price! bUcENT FOR s TAYLORS URE UURE FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, di HEADACHE AND ALL Geo.Yeakel&Co. BRANDENBURG, KY. Are just receiving a great many of the very MALARIAL DISORDERS. rim Mt,E. PREPARED BY RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R Mbb vnuuuiaii. hi ED. CD. ST. LOUIS MO. b'st in Dry floods, Dross Goods, Notions, Ac. More new styles, hnndsome selections, choice novelties than oer before. We will gratify your ambition to buy cheap, and give extra good qualities In tbe bargain. TPIE OLD RELIABLE DRESS GOODS. 38 In. all Wool Dress Goods, worth 40 " Tennis Cloth, worth 5 pes new all Wool Blk. Henrietta, 49o 4 pes new all Wool Blk. Henrietta, 24 o Rio worth 05o 40o 85o A. A. RICHARDSON GENERAL MERCHANT a tho 14th. For tho Spring Meeting of tho Louis ville Jockey Club, 13th to 22nd, consult Ginghams of allldnds Imported and Domestle Styles the latest and prices the lowest. tho rates as shown above, as thoy will fit HOSIERY, NOTIONS, &C. tho occasion. Don't forget Derby Day, Extra quality Lad. Hose, regular made worth May 13th. 25c 12Ko. S. A. Wikki,, 25e Extra quality Lad. Blk. Hose, worth 40o General Passenger Agent. Bxtra quality Lad. Hose, fast black 8o pr pair NOTICE. Tho llardinsburg Normal Institute will open n term Monday, Juno 8, 1891, to prepare Teachers for the examination. It. P. Shacklett, Prin. llardinsburg, Ky 20, 25c Misses Lisle Rote, black, wirth Sbo Ladies' Lisle Hose, black, at 48o per pair. II. B. Corset, all sties, at 25c, G. 0. Corset, all sties, at 48c. HANDKERCHIEFS. 4o for choice Uemstltohed Handerchlefs. 5o worth 75o Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, COo. Big stock just received for tho Notions, Hardware and Queensware. Nice Dnuble width Blk. Dress Goods at 15, 18, Spring trade. I handle tho Michigan Fertilizers, Homestead Tobacco 20 and 2.'o, worth twice tbe money. In fact we are Headquarters on all kinds of Grower, Corn and Wheat Grower, Jarvis Tobacco Fertilizer, Drill Dress Goods and Trimmings. Phosphates. These goods are equal to any in the market and sold low down for Cash. Give me a call. WASH GOODS. A. A. GARFIELD, SZ"ST. Wm.Deering&Co.,Binders and Mowers RICHARDSON, Dental Notice. Dr. W. 11. White, dentist will bo in Cloverport on tho 0th, 10th, 11th, and 12th, of May to do dental work. for Ladles' Uemstltohed Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, , bordered. Fine Embroidered Handkerchief, Lace and Silk IUndkerchiefs a large assortment. All Linen Table Cloths, full length at 79c. 10c for all Linen Large Towels, Extra Quality Twilled Crash at 8o for Gent's 7o. LADIES' AND MISSES' FINE SHOES. 8o for our Nellie Bly, Sewed Shoes, in Button and Front litce, all sixes. We have a Urge and well assorted stock of Low Shoes in Oxford Ties, Slippers, .to. DOMESTICS. $1.00 fur 20 yds. Best Cannelton Brown Cut-to- n. Vii1 VUjlW tflKWtiUawE - ' ,jwr ..v,l.H eiw ' mvmmmMKmrnmsaESfrnmmf COMPOUND EXTRACTiV $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 for 20 ydH. for 20 yds. fur 1.1 yds. for 20 yds. Good Check Cotton. Good Bleach Cotton. Best Blenched Cotton. Best Wool finish Dark ChIIcos CLOTHING. SssfflS3 nRBHHBliiKLI J TTW!ffniiiHWj.RnwlM v- Headquarters for J r ' wwwwfnmiiPMMMi Our Stock of Clothing comprises the very besl goods, latest styles and lowest prices. Fur Men, Suck, Straight Frock, Four Button Cutaway, Prince Albert, In all the latest Fabrics, For Boys', Youths and Children, we have anything you want, fruia tbe lowest to best high grade goods. FARM MACHINERY Buoklen's Arnica Salve. The best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, suit rheum, fever sores, tetter, chupped hands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico 25 cents per box For sale by O. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, llardinsburg, Ky. Combined POOKKT AUfAWAO und MKMOHANUUM HOOK advertising HHOWN'M IKON HITTKltli ' lb LotI Tonic, c'.ven uwy Rt Krutf '" Ijeuerul nloren. Ayft An Atlractlr The Importance of purifying the blood cannot be overestimated, for without pure blood you cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every one needs a good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the Mood, and wo ask you to try Hood's Sarsaparillx Itstrengthens Do a,,,! bunas up the system, creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, while it eradicates disease. Tho peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of the vegetable remedies used give to nood's Sarsuparllla pecul- - "trft 115CII lar curativo powers. No other medicine has such a record of wonderful cures. If you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparllla do not be Induced to take any other instead. It Is a Peculiar Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence. Ilood's Sarsaparllla Is sold by nil druggists. Prepared by C. I. ilood & Co., Lowell, Mass. tJJlJlaaieffc - 'i 'r EMPIRE CORN DRILLS, ' BROWN'S CORN PLANTERS, URA CLIPPER, AVERY, MEIKLE, Geo.Yeakel&Co., SOUTH BEND PLOWS, BRANDENBURG, YK DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS and Hay Rakes. H. J. & L. SINGLE SHOVEL PLOWS. BUGGIES, CARTS, PHEATONS and SPRING WAGONS, LIME, SALT, CEMENT, BRICK, Br'MBikbi SUING LES ana LATHS, DQORS and SASH. 1' ' It'll rebuild.! To curo Biliousness, Sick Headache, Constipation, Malaria, lycr Complaints, take tho s&fo and certain remedy, SMITH'S Celebrated Cleveland Drver PATVTBI "FfiTtili l'AIJNTSl STOVES 1 BILE BEANS NX AM. Beam to the Ve tho THEY AHR Nlie (401lttloCONVENIENT. bottle). TUB MOST Sultnljlo tor nil ilLssa. per '"",lu' STOVES! A careful """'Oi STOVES TATXTrnci . ,,,, . ' r Jt- - 1 .. inspection of Goods and Prices is nolicitod before buying Price of cither alio. 85c. Bottle. IOO Doses One Dollar l.r.lHITHC0.M..r.ofaiLEBiUN8."$T,lWIJ niUUIIIUKillrilullU, HENSLEY & JOLLY, Farmers' Supply House, IlARniNSBURa. Kxx . toSB eoppr, or lUmpa). IW. "$ ,jr s 1 -- . . . m,mj, 4.t jau- - i -- V i. -i mmiim th, - -- mnt- !,. L n ffflrritdrit m i i ii r ' THE UNTERRIFIED AT HARDINSBURG LAST DAY. A Qrand Day SATUR- For Democrats A Big Assemblage And a Harmonious Meeting. am. John haii.tiii: powr.itr OCHACY. An nv bniu- - ner, Willi ft ifc" f v Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to too taste, and acta gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system cfTecttinlly, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and euro habitual gs is tho constipation. Syrup r only remedy of its kinu ever produced,- pleasing to the taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo mndo it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for silo in 50o and $1 bottles by all leadinc druggists. Any reliable drugtrist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any cno who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAH FRANCISC ). CAL. HEW YORK, LOUISVILLE. AT. N.f. PIEE-Oll.m B A. S. KXGI.IS1I, PropV. HOTJSB CLOVERPORT, KY. per day, Including Sample Iloom, Cen-- t rally located. Hoarding bv the week, including r own and bed, no. Single Meal ,)0 cents. f- X;. r l ff" D. llambkton't Saddlery and Ilarnes Store. CLOVERPORT. KY. J. II, TAYLOR, J. C BUSH, W. S. TAYLOR. Ojfice over Dr. J. M. Clayton, Physician and Surgeon, Frederica Street. DENTISTS Orer Zulaufs Jewelry Store OWENSBORO, J. H.Taylor & Co., KY. Dr. S. S. Watkins, Physician & Surgeon, it ft', " 0rPICIi iNext door to Brcckenridge Cloveqiort, Ky. Dank. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY G, 1891. LOCAL BREVITIES. Meal In any quantity for pale at Star MillR. .We are in it, when you talk about corsets. Sulzer. Born, May the let, to the uife of Chas. - FiJMattingly,ttson H ,- -r '' ' X f ff. & A word to our lady friends see our line of corsets Sulzer's. No matter what prices "others quote, wo will do better. Sulzer. The Busy Bee Society cleared $oOO' on their excursion last week. , Bran of any amount for sal6" at Star Mills at 85 cents per hundred pounds. We havo tho choicest patterns of satino to offer at 0 centa yon ever When you think of nice ready-mad- e clothing, you can't help thinking of Sulzors. Tho K. of 1"h., aro preparing, for a big danco and strawberry festival, about tho 20 qf May. Just received at C. C. Martin's drug 'store fresh greens, cabbage, Irish and sweet potatoes. Rev. Wells, of Owensboro, preached two splendid sermons in the Elm Street Methodist church last Sunday. Flowers of all kinds, carnations, roses geraniums, etc., orders taken for any and all kinds of flowers by C. C. Martin. Percy Carson has accepted a position with the Southern News Company as newsboy on the L., St. L. & T. 11. It. A fine lot of baby carriges at M. Ham- -' man's furniture store forsalo at bottom prices, come early and get your pick and choice. Fresh bananas, oranges, lemons, coca-nut- s, stick candy and nuts of all kinds for sale by C. C. Martin druggist and pharmacist, noxt door below post olflco. Dr. J. L. Moorman will be in this city about the 15th, inst. and remain several days to do dental work. Ho can bo found ut Dr. J. T. Owen's ofllce East end , iron bridge. The election for councilmen Monday resulted in the election of L. G. Gregory and- - Chas. B. Skillman, from the first ward, and I), llambleton, Chas. K. Light-foand John T. Castle, from tho second. saw.-'-Sulzer. ot Seduced Rates to Hardinsburg. Tho Louisvillo, St. Louis & Toxas Hallway Compapy, havo placed on salo round-tritickets to Hardinsbui, from points named bolow, at rates as follows, good for thirty days from date of Nile : $1.6o. Cloverport, Holt, - - - 1.40. Ad'dson, - - 1.10. Stcphcnsport, 1.40. 1.30. Sample, Passengers from tho above stations can take tho moinjng, East bound train, and make connectipns at Irvington for Har ' dinsburg, arriving there at 12:05 p. in., and can have until !l:65 p. in. to return, making connection at Irvington, This enables peoplo to make tho round trip in one day and have about four hours in Hardinsburg to attend to their business. At these rates tho railway should bo liberally patronized. p , Corn planting is over. We have had a few cases of measles. La grippe has left its mark' on every brow. Miss Lotitia Adkibon is visiting her sister at Hardinsburg. ' Mr. S. T. DeJernctt is still attending school at Hardinsburg. Mr. Willie Adklson, and Miss Sallie Seaton are still on the sick list. Mi. s Amelia Squires has returned from a visit, to her sister, at Jolly Station. Mr. Charlie and Richard Adkison have returned home from school at Hardinsburg. Tho boys still say that P. W. Hardin is tho man that will fill tho gubernatorial chair. Mr. John Courtney tells us, that on assistant. several occasions while working in a Tho secretary read tho call and upon field near Mr. Allen Adkison's farm, ho motion of Mr. Stewart, the chairman re- saw a buzzard with a little brass bell tied quested all pcrhons'nbt entitled to vote to its neck. It would bo some-whTho following to refrain from voting. amusing to know who collared .the bird. resolution offered by Mr. J. E.Stone, was adopted: TOBINSPORT, IND. Jlesohed,That the chairman of tho Convention be and is directed to appoint a Rumor says, wo aro to have a wedding committco of fivo, who aro directed to soon. select nine delegates and nine alternates Miss Zelia Simons has just received a to attend tho Stato Convention at Louis- new piano. ville, on the lath inst. Said dolegates Miss Hnttio Winchell is getting along and alternates to bo selected from differ of tho county, as quietly nicely with her School ent precincts Thero will be a strawberry festival at as may be, W. D. Holt offered the following reso- Crockrcll's hall in a short time. lution, which upon motion of Hon. Tico Georgo Polk, our trustee spent several Jolly was laid upon tho table : days in Rome last week. Raolted, that tho delegates from this Till Groves has returned from Evans-vill- o d county go to tho Stato Convention and Newburg. as to candidates for any Stato Your correspondent is spending tho office, except Governor and Attorney week in Cannelton. General.' Tonncy Allon, of Louisville, is spend tho following Tho chairman appointed pnmmittco to select delegates, viz : A. J. ing tho summer here the gues't of his Gross, Milton Board, Richard Owen, Ken cousin, Tobin Grovce. L. D. Addison was hero last week Wathcn and W. N. Drury. Nominations were noxt in order, and interviewing our merchants. Judge Mercer presented tho namo of John Conway, our popular sheriff, was Hon. John Young Brown, which was re- in our vicinity last week. ceived with tremendious applause by the Misses Josio Leaf and Gertrude Polk, Convention. of Homo Ind., who havo been visiting Judge Milton Board nominated the hero havo returned home. Hon. P. Wat Hardin, which llkowiso sent up a deafening cheer from the lf at unin-structe- day, and for tho appearance of so roaliy being on the prominent Democrat ground. Tho prominence of tho candidates for tho various state olllces, and tho personal popularity of many of them with Interest, our peoplo r,-- d t work up an all those who had a friend in the and a fluid for any of the ofnees, mado it Saturday to fco to tho county point on last scat and put in his vote for that man. The two leading candidates for tho Governor's office, in this county, were Hon. John Young Brown and lion. 1. tho Wat. Hardin. A week before assembled it was evident that the interest In these men particularly of them was warming up, and that each of friends on the were going to have lots ground tho day the County Convention Long bemet. And such was the case. meeting of the Confore the hour for the invention the Democrats began pouring by tno o clock, to the county scat, and a thouit was estimated that there wcro Democrats sand or more stalwart, true fray. At on tho ground ready for the it was thought that tho Hardin one time Brown men would out number those for county, but when the specand carry the delegaial train arrived, bringing in tho city and other points tion from this to bo above hero, it was almost a fact would carry oir CDncedcd that Mr. Brown well firet instructions. There were .two filled coaches carrying about three hunof thorn dred men, and every mother'sson When they marched were for Brown. remindinto town from tho depot, they Mr. Hardin s army. ed ono of a small for friends were not so happily provided had to take it in as the Brown men, and county wagons or on home back to the many remainscat, and in consequence have ed at home, who perhaps would out, had they had a special car turned Conput at their service, for reaching the While the fight was pretty hot vention. canall along between tho two leading there was no ill didates for Governor, feeling among the friends of cither, lhe Convention was very harmonious and every olio appeared perfectly satisfied over tho final result. At two o'clock chairman Severs rapped the assemblage to order in the court room The jam hero was so great that it was at would onco, evident that the court room of tho people, and Mr. not hold one-ha' Severs adjourned the meeting to the court house yard. Everybody then had orample room to spread, nnd as soon as restored, a motion was made der could bo to elect a permanent chairman of the Two nominations were Convention. made for this honored position, viz., Hon B. F. Beard and Judge J. A. Murray. Judge Murray received the largest number of votes and was declared elected and escorted to the chair. Tho Judge accepted tho honor in a neat speech of n thanks and then declared the Convcn-tioin order for business. Mr. R. C. Richardson was mado permanent secretary, with Jno. D. Babbago, con-ventl- Second. The Democratic mass meeting at Hardlarg-einsburg last Satuulay was by far the assemblage of Democrats that has gathered at the county seat in many years. Thero were many reasons for the interest shown in the meeting last Satur- Votmrovn r. WatlHariliii JRoiiV AVln- st V. ( i. Babbago presented tho namo ot Hon. W. J. Hcndrick, for Attornoy General , Judgo Mercer, that of Hon. John g. ltlion, and J. P.. Stone, that of Mr. Gilbert. Hon. Will Miller seconded the nomination of Hon. W. J. Hcndrick in n warm and enthusiastic speech for his friend. Judgo Board seconded the nomination of Mr. Hhca. Tho nominations here closed, and Mr. Hendrick was imido the unanimous choice, with second instructions to Mr. Khea. Judgo Holt again offered his resolutions to close nominations, which was promptly tabled. W. K. Barnes put in nomination Mr. Barry South, for tho office of Treasurer, and Mr. Stone, that of Mr. Hale, who received tho nomination. Capt. A. J. Gross nominated Chas. S. Green, for Auditor, Hon. W. E. Minor, Mr. Blackburn, J. E. Monarch, Mr. Norman and Mr. Stone, tho Hon. It. O. Warren, of Lincoln. A vote resulted in tho choice of Mr. Blackburn with second instructions to Mr. Green. Rev. ll. C. Overetreet was the unanimous choice of the Convention for Superintendent of Public Instructions, E. Porter Thompson receiving second instructions. Mr. Addams received tho nomination for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals. On motion of W. E. Minor the resolution by which tho convention refused to namo Hon. M. C. Alford as their choico for Lieutenant Governor was rescinded and tho delegates instructed to cast the vote of the county for him as their choice. Tho following is a list of delegates with their alternates as reported by the committee and ratified by the Convention. DKI.EOATK8. Honry Winter. Wm. J. Winter. John M. Borntraeger. PRICES LOW ! QUALITY HIGH The housewife who would get tho best goods at the most 2 l DON'T LOOK! Around among these "newspaper" Btorea fur bargains in cloth" ing; thoy can't uH'ord to pay heavy advertising billa and sell it ain't natural , it ain't business ; and they don't do it! Our moderate yet truthful use of printer's ink enables us to sell our "own make" Clothing for Men, Boys and Children at such prices as to insure full value for every dolthoir wares at reduced prices ; ! reasonable prices, varied Bhould examine our stock of lar expended, and when you add to this the further fact that our clothing is far superior to any made at Eastern factories, it is surely an inducement for ou to buy your clothing from us. Our stock of superior clothing, from the cheapest to the finest, never was no complete at this season. JULIUS WINTER 3 "Old Reliable" Clotliiex'S j A S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY rfi i JUvsvJLi. ; t nnir (I f rr 35S5J LOOK!! I M II I Our Teas, Coffees, Spices, Butter, Cheese, Canned HERE WE ARE With a house full of Goods, (this year's) Hams, A. J. Gross, F. Fraize, Milton Board, N. McMercer, Henry B. Head, W. N. Drury, It. C. Richardson, W. It. Moor- man and John Alexander. Al.TElt.VATES. George Jordan, Virgil Hardin, J. B. Buzby, B. F. Beard, Barney Worland, James Stewart, Jas. Lay, W. T. Cannon and Myer Meyers. On motion tho names of all other good democrats who may wish to attend were added. Tho Convention then adjourned. laooDS i 3 ULZE paim w ill Ifl Breakfast Bacon, arc selectbot- lirs y 1 .ii TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMES, SOAPS, PATENT MEDICINES of ALL KINDS. ed with care Sugar we sell at the tom notch. mot 1 V 1 fihiin (LI i, it h CLOVERPORT, KY. & W rfli A bier lino VI liw of mixed Paints in lartro or small nuan- : . titles, any color. ww in ;;? (1 m JkA varnisnes, .brasnes. 1 in mi im: What It Costs Must be carefully considered by the great majority of people, in buying even necessities of life. Hood's Sarsaparilla commends itself with special force to tho great middlo classes, because it combines positive economy with great medical power. It is tho only medicine of which can truly be said "100 Doses One Dollar," and a bottle taken according to directions will average to last a month. i ;i All must bo sold, nnd flint, rirdit nwnv. so nmv is Ww " aM JJ m. your time to buy. a id :e What Is Made ! i A Full Line of Chemicals. G, fiij M When you want anything in our line it will pay pfl) raj you to call and see. WHY ? MONEY IS MADE By Buying your i 1 tiS-gSi- j, W. SHORT, M T.mMiMHJmjT . T.'V -"w NEW BETH EC Win. J Burk u'ent to Henderson' Fri day. Mrs. Nancy Sawyer went trf LouiHvillo yesterday. Itov. W. K. Pen rod went to llawes-vill- o Saturday. Mrs. Sophia Meador, Skillman, was in the city Tuesday. Miss Is'ellio Burke, of Addihon, was in the city Monday. J. D. Babbago and family went to Hardinsburg Monday. Dr. Goldstein and Kugeno Hayncs, Stephcnsport, were in the city Monday. Henry Lewis went to Vincennes, Ind., last Thursday to visit friends. Dr. S. B. Adkisson spent Sunday with Captain Lurkett at Cannelton. Mrs. C. W. Moorman went to Louis ville Monday to spend a week. Mrs. W. K. Ponrod and children went to Irvington last week to visit friends. Joe Itobarts, of Fordsvile, was in town last week. Tho first time in two years. Misses Jennie and Annie Murphy and Pearl Brainard went to Louisvillo Mon-day. Kse i DRUGS!? PERSONAL. ws39g&:i Jacob N. Meyer, THE LEADING i DRUGS! W ijiSS-fi- H w OF Ho R. E. MOORMAN, tho Celebrated Elizabethtown Hams keeps constantly in stock and Pure Leaf Lard. EVERY PIECE GUARANTEED. Goods promptly delivered to any part of the city. IDT5NN: MfiltCHAIT . OF & GO' BRA1TD MARC Big Spring, Ky. Invites your attention to his mammoth stock of Pure law 1 one M eal s V - jbsja.taf&ctTiroa. Only "by DUNN '3338 & . m it-ii- GJ-TFLOT, CO., l GREGORY INO.jD Agents, CLOVERPORT, KY. GROCERIES, of Holt's Bottom, were in tho city Tues- Mrs. Jas. G. Stephens and sou, James, Mr. day. Fordsvillo branch, was in town yesterday. Mrs. James Couty, of Skillman, was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. It. 1). Witt Saturday and Sunday. Jerry Gannane, engineer on tho Clothin BOOTS, SHOES and o' y Throw your mony away by buying cheap Fertilizers, when you can get the Cincinnati Desiccating goods just as cheap as some that aro less valuable. DOILST'T 200 LBS. PURE BONE MEAL PURE ACIDULATED BONE, GILEAD PHOSPHATE, OHIO VALLEY PHOSPHATE, at his home, 1111 Jefferson Street, Louis-vinon the 28th, ultimo. Mr. Webb was born and raised od Long Lick, in this county, and lived on a farm in that neighborhood for somo years after ho reached his manhood. Ho then removed to Cloverport, and was engaged in business hero principally in tobacco, for a number of years, when ho made another movo to Louisville, whero ho has resied-e- d for more than ten years. Ilo was a successful man, and has acquired a hand-som- o fortune. He leaves a widow and one daughter, Mrs. Itena Graham. Wo regret the friends of Mr. Webb havo not furnished us with fuller particulars of his lifo nnd an account of his death, so that wo could give our Ho readers a moro extended notice. was well known throughout tho state, and had a largo circlo of warm friends. o, Death of Wm. Hayden Webb, Esq. Tho death of this gentleman occurcd ill! ut a first-clap- Embracing everything kept in s store. Over SPECIAL TOBACCO POTATO $12,000 cheap as tho next fellow. FERT 3 All Hisb Crate ANIMAL MATTBR OooJs, IV ' ;rs". 'V. 'v,- - s& ' Mr, Felix Monroo, in ono of the best speeches of tho Convention, seconded tho nomination of Mr. Hardin. D.R. Murray presented tho namo of Dr. Clardy and W. D. Holt that of Mr. Clay, when the nominations for Governor closed. Tho chair then announced that thoso favoring Brown tako their positions to tho right, and those favoring Hardin to tho left? It only tooki few minutes to decide tho matter, as a regular stampede was mado for the. Brown side. Tho Hardin mon saw at onco that thoir man was defeated, and on motion tho nomination was malo unanimous for Brown, and Absolutely Pure. then a roar went up that almost shook tho A erefcm of tartar baking powder. Hlfheit Latett V. S. itrangtu, J. E. Stono nominated Mr. M. 0. of all In leavtnln Jltport, Govtrnmtnt Food Do Witt's Littlo Eurly Hiscrs never Alford for Lieutenant Governor, whoso was opposed by Capt. Gross, gripoor cuso nausea. Mild but sure, Domination IF TOUR HACK A0IIK8 it. Or you are all worn om, really t;ooil for nothing assist rather than forc6. Best littlo pill and tho Convention decided to pass It UBenerul debility. Try UKOwVa 1KOX MtTTMSS. A motion to mako no further nominafar sick headache, chronic constipation, wHt eure you, ana give a gool appetite. SoW fc tions wast ibled, hv all d ten la bwlteuw. dyspepsia Sold by G. W. Short, PTAl To Dispel Colds, Headaches and Fevers, to clejiiso tho system effectually, yet gently, when cobt-Iv- o or bilious, or when the blood is impure Worth of Goods that must bo sold or sluggish, to permanently euro habitual Wo don't say anything about prices constipation, to awaken tho kidnoys and liver to a healthy activity, without irrita- Como and see us and let ns convince ting or weakening them, use Syrup of you that wo can sol! you goods as Figs. U ALL WHEAT SPRBNG crops. . m r CINCINNATI DESICCATING CO. j CINCINNATI. O. Notico. Tho owners of lots in tho Cemetery will meet at the llrcckonridgo Bank Friday at 10 o'clock a. m. far pur-pos- o of electing a board of directors. It is important that all lot owners should bo presont, by order of A. B. Skillman. Jacob N. Meyer. FREE TO ALL.; amiH POWDER mmmmmmm. McElree's Wine of Cardul and THEDFORD'S aro for salo by tho following merchants in BUCK-DRAUGHT court-house-M- r. Breokenrldge County Jeiit. W. Owen, Cloyeroort, Q, W. Short, Cloverport. Draihear & Lay. Htepheniport. Witt k Meador, lUrdlniburg, J. J, Ssreri, Uulnn Star, 13S Smnbeum; EfergrtMt, eta, will tio mailed Free to all 9 applicants; 80 pages and 4909 varieties ot U Plant atn Satisfaction Guaranteed. 30 NAME ireis. enpt Vl(ir, Seeda.3 Our New Illustrated Catalogue ot PtaMttS Bulk, Wam, Shrub,! When you come to town be sure tp call on Put Dillon, who will bhow you two of the finest Walking Cultivators every offered in this county, The Celebrated "Brown's" and the world wide known "Sun Beam" Cultivators. B. F. Beard & Co., HARDINSBURG, KY. $ !l.M0jsyiUftKY.g acre. Address, ggjiy''- 3faAu, busMKwnsM . ". rqaat a. . g i JM.MM..MMMMJMMMMfcJMMMMMMMMM.MMM.,.,MMaMgfcgaMMBMBBaiiiiiiiBBJiBMBBBBBBBBBM v t llj Wfjoa MOOLEYVILLE. -- - -. i.iif WALL PAPER ! Tliero ia nothing Mint freshens and brightens up n homo so much ns n little paint and nicely selected Wall Paper. The latter ia so cheap noy most any one can We ,nflbnl to use it. have it in all the latest colorings and designs. Handsome suitings and parjor decorations. Cheaper grades in endless variety, nnd prices to suit purchasers. Now is your time, call and see us. JNO. D. BABBAGE, CI.OVEIU'OHT, KV. Health generally good at present. Miss Jennie Stallman, of Little Dixie, was in town last week. Wo are having nice, pleasant weather, and farmers are pushing their work with a vim. Wo are glad Spring has como; wo liko to see tho gooseberry-blossom- .. It means anticipation. Mr. Eddie Claycomb, of Concordia, came to town Saturday evening, and attended the entertainment. Miss Theresa Brown and brother, Richard, of near Paynesville, wero circulating among friends here last week. Wo can boast of a good school at this place. Miss Laflo is a most deserving nnd popular young ladyand her services as a teacher are appreciated by all, wo wish her a life of supreme joy and suc cess. There are more children in Mooloy-vill- o who ought to be in tho school-rooParents can do nothing better for their children than to give them the advantage of a practical education. A fow evenings past a number of our young folks gathered at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cunningham's, and passed a few hours very pleasantly. Vocal music supplied by Misses Laura Elder nnd Julia Cunningham, was the principle source of enjoyment. Miss Etta Parr, one of our most refilled and cultivated oung ladies, is visiting in Cloerport this week, and doing somo shopping. Rev. Mr. Burch, of Henderson' preached his first sermon last Sunday at the Cunningham school house, to a large audianco who wero favorably impressed. Among those from a distance in attendance wero Mrs. Iaura Flannery and Mrs. Sallio Owings, of Wolf Creek. Mr. Joe. Ilurch, of Bowling Green, and Mr. Victor Btirch, of Elizabethtown, are visiting relatives nnd friends hero. Mr. CI i as. Kaufman, of Hawcsvillc, spent several days in our town last week, and is as genial and polite as over. Miss Mattie Hicks has just received an entire now stock of millinery's, give her a call before purchasing elsewhere. The social entertainment given atitho residence of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. W. Stiff, last Saturday night was a recherche affair the elevated tone of our community has long since eliminated tho dance as a factor in social prestigo ; but social gatherings of which music and conversation are the chief attractions, furnish ample means for entertainment of a high order. We have no hymneal news to chronical. Tho girls live in hopes; there's no tolling where tho matrimonial bolt will strike, and some tornado may "swoop-out- " a sweet-heafor them yet. When the right fellow does come, and ask's them to bo his for "besser or worsser," they'll yank him in. rt King Kcne 1178 Uicoril jyo I J ilr of 16 under sijo. One pro duclng daughter. Two sout with t under 2un- Nutwood, when the ngc King Itene Is now, h id onh y in the . . . . llt. SPLENDOR, Bay stallion, foaled April Will bo 10 hands and weigh 1200 pounds. Bred and raised by II. C. McDowell &Son, "Ashland," Lexington, Ky., and owned Carlta by 23d, 1888. W. W.WILLIAMS, 5, -'- Henderson, Ky. of 7 full sinters. nml lirotli. era to Splendor, .inri Iwoof them to enter the arc almost j:Vllt tlila xr.iFon. ....'-I).i- m Alexander's Abdullah 15, ueiceiiilentaunUer Jilo. Ilelle (by Mambrino Chief nj. U.im of j In the list son with 6. UrHnuam of l'ancost aui 1.4, e Patron 1:14 r Mninbrlno Chief 11. ) aire 01 9 under a: 10. IIIh J.iuk'i ' Ilhindina i tern hnvt ai and M nous Si. Ham of J son with 47. Ilurch Mare. Dam of 2 under Jtjo. Ilanihlctnnlan to. SIro of 41 under 2:30. lilt daughters have 70 and his noun over quo. r Dictator 11 j Clara, dam X" 1M7I-Dexter Mreoi 39 uniiir i:a. uaugii. ml mint with 6. Alma lets haw 10; i:jSj.4 2:20 Astoria . A ...I ......! I,.. ..I . M... 12 1 dam of I'rlncton 2:1014 Du'.all's Mambrino, aire of the dams D..Monroc 2:2s MUs Duroc 2:29 12 I.tilu 2129 12 Maud llutlcr, trial 2:2s And grandum of Motile Mc, two car old trial ) 2:38 Decoy, trial 2:31 ami a quarter at a gult of 2:oS Minn llutlcr- The Dam of Drown Chief, sire ol , Dam of Maud llutlcr 1:2s Maggie K 2:29 1.4 nnd she Is the dam of rh.ill.i And of the dams of I.ady 1ri of under Ji3, inont, Majolica 2:2c Altamont 2:263-And grandmu of Flossie ( Dilmnnl6t Sire of 16 under jijo. 3d.iugli with )! Jfon with 140. f , 1 1 tl-- .... "' - 1 j 1891 FRANK S.COOK. -- : :- - j ( 1 CVfll ... I 4 I LUMBER, LATHS, . .... ... ... ... SHI1TGLES, DOORS, . 1 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY (i, 1891. Wheat Prospects. Chicago, April 29. The Farmers' says : Sinco our report of April 1, based on returns of March U0, there has been n great change in the condition of winter wheat. In all of the States covered by our inquiry the recent rains have materially advanced tho prospects of tho crop. This improvement has averaged 7J per cent, on all the States, Kansas showing the least gain and Illinois the greatest. In Illinois, the warm rains have improved tho prospects 17 per cent, estimating on an average crop. In many sections no spring wheat is sown, but in those counties where it is grown, seeding is well along, except in some of tho more northern counties. Heports from fifty correspondents in Indiana show a gain of 3 pur cent, in the State. Seeding of spring wheat is well advanced. Ohio shows a gain of 7 per cent, on condition, reports being received from sixty-on- e correspondents. Very little spring wheat is sown in the State and that little is nearly all seeded. Michigan nearly keeps pace with Ohio, showing a gain of 7 per cent. The work of seeding spring wheat has not yet begun at the time of this report. Kentucky shows a gain of 10 per cent.; no spring wheat of consequence is town in tho State. Tho improvement in Wisconsin in the last thirty days amounts to 4 per cent. The sowing of spring wheat is not yet begun, except in a few localities. A gain of 10 per cent, is reported from Iowa, three counties only reported any loss from winter killing. Tho seeding of spring wheat is in various stages. Missouri has gained 8 per cent, in conFrom fifty-tw- o counties come dition. flattering reports of the prospects of an immense crop. Nine counties report a loss during the season of 8 per cent, on an average, most of this being duo to the Hessian lly. correspon lents in KanFrom fifty-on- e sas gratifiying reports are received. Seven counties report a loss of 7 per cent, from the llys, from the dirt blowing off and leaving tho heed bare and from other causes. Tho seeding of syring wheat is progressing finely, but very little is sown. From the reports of our correspondents wo summarize by States tho percentage of condition compared with an average as follows: Illinois, 1011 percent. Indiana, lOo ; Ohio, 101 ; Michigan, 98 ; Kentucky, WJ ; Wisconsin, 91 ; Iowa, 98 ; Missouri, 10.'! ; Kansas, lOo. IJo-vio- tt . . aiaS Ac, Ac. SPLENDOR, is for service at Basin Spring Farm. Terms $25.00 cash or twelve months noto at time of service, with return privilege. Limited to fifteen noon mares. Good pasturage at 50 cents a week. For full pedigree and any further W. W. .WILLIAMS, Henderson, Ky , particulars, please address Pr JOSEPH BLAND, Irv'ngton. Ky. llettle Jones fencia S 2:18 I 4 2:19 1.4 SJLSSI &o IBIE-iIIfcTIDiB Estimates promptly made. MAIN BET. 15th & 16th . STS.; X& MAY CEOP REP0BT. Office of Tine Commission eii 1 AoUICUl.TUItK, Hoi.TICUIrUHE of Cloverport PlaningMill MANUFACTURERS AND DEALKRS Frankfort, Ky., May. and Statistics, 1891. IN ll ic, Heports from reliablo correspondents all over tho State mako substantially the following report as to tho crops men- LOUISVILLE, KY. S?Mention this paper. I.ATK ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, ,i .v' :- -' n.i tioned: WHEAT. Rough and Dreed l4imta .Bi ;i Tho acreage compared with last year has not been determined, but will be given Juno 1st. Tho stand was remarkably good, and all wheat fields present a better and more uniform appearance Wo respectfully ask a share of the patronage of the public, by doing than for years past. Tho Beetling was good work and at prices as low as any. Call and get our figures on any finished in reasonably good time. The winter has been favorable to its growth, work or material in our line. W. E. MARTIN, Manager. and no hinderances have- occured to P. N. D'HUY, Sec. & Treas. delay its growth, and, up to this time, no insect pests are complained of, except in a few localities in Western Kentucky, where some complaint is mado of tho Hessian fly. It is very stalky, green and vigorous ; not so tall as is usual. With a season like tho past, but hiking it all ADDISON, KY. together, a better prospect has never the pUco to buy SEWING MACHINE for been known in the Stato at this season leaa money than any other place In the country The machlfea I icll are equal to any 'thai of the year. A vertigo condition, 110. agenta charge from $35 to $50 for: I guaran- Flooring, Weatherboarding, Doors, Sash, Shingles, Laths, Etc. WIUARD e, '.9 THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Rough Lumber Wanted. L. D. ADDISOIMfS Bates $2.50 Per Bay. Cor. Juficrson, Center and Green- - Streets, opposite Couit-IIousLOUISVILLE, KY. W. It. LOGAN, Manager. A. W.Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Mat shall, Clerks. - v YOUR STOREKEEPER IIVK. The condition of rye is 105 as an average; the acreage, as compared with last year, will be given June 1st. GRASS. tee them to be what I aay or no trade. Ageuta will aay the machine la no account, because the large difference in our prices, but I figure on thla as on everything I handle, cut it as low aa it can be cut. "My Motto" quick is behind the age if he doesn't keep SAPOLIO in stock. No city store Is without it. The great grocers of the country handle no other scouring soap because the best housekeepers will not use cheap imitations which are liable to do damage far greater than the little saving in cost. If your storekeeper does not keep SAPOLIO tell him to wake up. If he offers you something else when you ask for SAPOLIO tell him tc be wise and deal in genuine goods. The continuous rains of the spring, and the recent open weather, have all combined to make tho grasses as good and tender as could bo desired. Spring sown clover has generally made a splendid stand, and at this date "was never more promising. Yearling clover was never better. Timothy meadows are 102 in condition. CORN. aalcs and amall profit. Two drawer dropleaf Singer Sewing Machines low arm, with all attachments. $16,50 Five drawer dropleaf Singer Sewing Machines, high arm, with all attachments $19.50 Send me a check or the money by register letter, and I will ablp you a machine to any part of the country. Respectfully, L. D. ADDISON, Addison, Ky.. raerJnHMMMMMtAim A Very Costly Comma. ThatTerrible Cough Do Not Suffer Any Longer. Knowing that a cough can bo checked in aday, and tho first stages of consumption broken in a week, wo hereby guarantee Dr. Acker's English Cough Remedy, and will refund the money to all who buy, take it as per directions, and do not find our statement correct. For Sale by O. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Sing the Praises of Your Own Town Always. It is "no trouble to show goods," and it should not bo any trouble to show forth to the world the advantages a town itosesses if it has any. Every citizen should present tho merits of tho town in which he resides in as glowing terms as thoy will permit and ujkui every opportunity that oilers. Every resident, esieclally every property owner and business man, should extol the good points of the town and never grow weary of singing its praises. This is tho most profitable advertising medium, next to tho local paper, that any place can utilize, and it costs nothing. Constant complainings of one's own abiding place is not likely to impress strangers with the desirability of becoming a part of that community. Faith is as potent in the commercial world as it is in the religious. Speak well of your town, its business and its prospects and show your faith in its future. Many a promising town has been blighted utterly by tho slightest remarks of its own people. Ex. Corn planting, by reason of excessive In tho morning, hurried or difficult rains in March nnd the early part of breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in oV ten days late; the chest, quickned pulse, dullness in April, is about eight but planting is now in full blast, and the evening or sweats at night, all orany of these things are the first stages of con- will bo complete in a few days, except sumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough that which is intended for Iato use. Remedy will euro these fearful symptoms There has been a great scarcity of good and is sold under a positlvo guaranteo seed corn; but tho high price will, no by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and doubt, stimulate a large acrtnge. OATS. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. The acreage in oats will be very small compared with a favorable Beason. The Orowingin Favor. From all parts of the State comes tho seed wero scarce and high, and could good news that tho new constitution is not bo generally sown until too Into to rapidly growing in public favor. Tho warrant good results, on account of the Conseopposition to it horotoforo expressed was wet condition of tho ground. for tho most part tho result of blind pre- quently, wo may expect a small acreage. d judice created by the arguTOIIACCO. ments of interested people. Now, how-ove- r, I can say nothing as to this crop, except tho new instrument itself is in tho fact that many beds aro sown lato ; the hands of tho people, and they aro but I hear no complaint of seed not comreading and forming their own judging up. There has been a largo amount ment. Tho result is gratifying, butlit is of seed sown, and tho weather conditions Thp many advantages not remarkable. have been favorable bo far. I distributed of the new constitution aro obvious to from this office a largo amount of seed, all clearheaded men who read it. The nnd have had no complaint of them not fact that it is a people's constitution. and conjing up. Of course, tho future can is especially drawn to protect them from only determino as to tho outcome of this the grip of corporations and monopol'oj as well as other crops. I propose each becomes apparent as soon as tho now month to give reliablo data as to crop instrument is read. This is tho reason conditions, together with comparative it is being received with enthusiasm acreage as the season progresses. I have from the Big Sandy to tho Mississippi. about twelve hundred correspondents The press of tho State aro daily noting located in every Magisterial District in tho growth of the constitution sentiment the State, nnd will make every effort to and expressions liko tlm following from mnke my report reliable. tho Paducah News are being published FRUIT. all over the State: "Each succeeding The prospects for fruit of all kinds was day sees hundreds of people who wero at first disjwsed to vote against tho pro- never more flattering. posed new constitution dissenting from OARDENS. tho gang of trusts and monopolists who There has been a great scarcity of garare trying to defeat it, and joining tho den seed, but, notwithstanding, there host of voters who declare tho organic seems to bo a great desire with the peolaw is good enough for them and they ple to increase their efforts in this direcpropose to vote for it." Louisville Post. tion, and, witli a favorable season, wo one-side- There is scarcely a session of congress in which bills nre not found to contain mistakes in orthography or punctuation, says tho Philadelphia Pres. The only wonder is that many more do not occur, when it is remembered that all such work near adjournment is performed All under extrodinary circumstances. is haste, noise and confusion. licst or sleep is unknown, oftentimo for or three Tho days and nights in succession. clerks become nervous, wearied and some times wholly exhausted by the intense strain and prolonged physical labor. Probably tho smallest, and apparently most insignificant of all such blunders was the mest expensive one of tho kind ever made. It occured in a tariff bill moro than twenty years ago. There, was a section enumerating what articles should bo admitted frco of duty. Among tho many articles specified wero "all foreign etc., meaning plants i mported for transplanting, propagation, or experiment. The enrolling clerk, in coppying tho bill, nccidontly changed tho hyphen in tho cohiouiul to a comma, making word "fruit-plants- " it read, "all foreign fruit, plants," etc. The consequence was that for a year until congress could remedj the blunder all tho oranges, lemons, bananas, grapes and other foreign fruit wero admitted free of duty. This littlo mistake, w hich'tho most earful man might easily havo made, cost the government fruit-plants," A Movement for Cleanliness. Over in Berlin a local woman's society is distressed over the carelessness of dentists, and is agitating a reform punishing such by legal measures. It is charged that the dentists ubo their, instruments indiscriminately and without proper cleansing. If this bo true the of fenso is serious enongli. A tyrq in medical scienco knows that tho mouth is tho hotbed of septic germs; nothing could bo moro simple and easy than to convey all sorts of disastrous organisms from ono person to another by means of forceps and excavators. Tho women of Berlin will do well to compel tho washing of the instruments in carbolic acid in tho presonco of patients, as they have set out to do, if this extraordinary carelessness exists. Now York Times. It pays to have the best. HERE WE AEE AGAIH Furniture in endless variety. I am now hack at my old stand and respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. ! wc ! 41 fever! DocConst, ipation, blood-poisotors' bills and funeral expenses cost about two hundred .dollars; Do Witt's Littlo Early Itiserscosta quarter. Take your choice. Sold by G. W. Short. Choked to Dentil by a Toy llulloon, FURNITURE, Honest Goods. - UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. "" " " about $2,000,000. A beautiful skin, bright eyes, sweet breath, good appetite, vigorous body, pure blood and good health result from tho use of Do Witt's Sarsaparilla. It is sold by G. W. Short. Tlie CurboiiH Ticked ttio Blessiice. A dozen people who stood chatting at San Antonio, Tex., were treated to a Dr. Acker's English Pills Fon sick headache, disordered stomach, loss of appetite, bad complexion and biliousness, they have never been equaled, either in America or abroad. For Sale byG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt &. Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Aro active, effective and pure. Purifies tho blood, increases tho circu- The Farmer's Alliance to Put an lation, expels poisonous humors and Army on the Stump in the builds up tho system. What more do you Coming Campaign. want a medicine to perform? Do Witt's New Yoiik April 29. President Polk, Sarsaparilla is reliable. Sold by G. W. of tho Farmer's Alliance, has issued a Short. proclamation to the order, in which ho sets forth the plan of campaign which A Kemarkable Combination. the National Executive Board hag adoptPrince Georgo Victor of Waldeck was ed, and counsels tho to married to Princess Louise of Schelweig-Holstel- n cease internal bickerings and to get rid Sonderberg - Glucksburg, at of disloyal members. Tho plan of camRchloss Lousonberg, this morning. Tho paign consists of a system of lectures, by groom is 01 and tho brido 512. It's a which an army of 35,000 lecturers) will remarkable combination, both in tho plead for tho cause. It also stated in matter of age and name, and it is prob- tho proclamation that arrangements are ably quite as well that it should bo con- being made for tho holding of two or fined to one family. Louisville Post. more grand Alliance in each of tho Alliance States during, tho Quinine nicks the nerves, "C.C.C. Cer- year, or as many more as tho brtthe.'-hoo- d may desire. tain Chill Cure" racks Malaria and Chills. No cure, no pay. Sold by J. W. Buy the Monarch Shirt. Ow en. mass-meetin- most remarkable electrical phenomenon. At that time tho elements had entered will have no cause of complaint. into a conflict, seemingly, with thoeleo-tri- e The land has generally broken up fluid from tho trolleys and telegraph rather tough on uccount of tho want of wires, and blue aud white flushos of froejses during tho winter and tho flame wero leaping wildly from water amount of plowing done to date is only spouta and door casements. Suddenly the carbons within the large gjobea 80 per cent, of last year. hanging in tho center of the room began STOCK. that incessant clicking heard in a teleStock of all kinds arc in splendid con- graph oflice, and tho experienced ear of dition, while ordinary food has been an operator, who happened to bo one of tho group, detected tho fact that iti was scarce. Tho spring grasses huvo come to a voritablo message being transmitted in tho rescue, and very llttlo complaint is tho nsual symbols. A notebook and. penmade of any disoaso. Very respectfully, cil wero drawn and tho message, vrhich Ciias. Y. Wilson, Commissioner. 'proved to bo an Associated Press, dispatch, was written out: it was tho deusejof oxtyerimenting further when scription of tho Reform club banquet, No and gavo the speech of Mr. Cleveland in "C.C.C. Certain Chill Cure." is guaran- New York city. A telegraph and lelec-tri- o Fever, and is teed to cure Chills and light wire coming together Is i supdelightful to take. Sold by J. W. Owen. posed to havo caused the phenomenon, Exchange. Having sold out our entire interest In the hotel on Jeflereon street, wo have removed to our old stand that we occupied for years so successfully nt Seveuth and Market streets, are now fitting it up in elegant shape now throughout, and tho outfit in every way will be elegaut, including ono of Halo's Safety Passenger and Baggage Elevators with all the lato improvements. Catarrh, neuralgia, rheumatism and o Wo want all of our old friends to come and Bee us in our old homo.' We most diseases originate from impure you that our Rooms, Table and Service shall bo second to none in the land. blood. Cleanso it, purify it with Do My wife, Mrs. Jo. B. Alexander, wants to be remembered to all her lady friends Witt's Sarsaparilla and health is restored, and she will be glad to see them and give them a hearty reception. strength regained. Sold by G. W. Short. PARE $2.00 PER DAY. ia to havo an intffrnutlonqi exJO. B. ALEXANDER, Manager. Le'uisic hibition iu tin summer of 189.5 for the nppar.itm and methods of the Bed Cross J. II. Hickman, I'res't. C. W. BitA.wonu, Viee-lW- t. W. A.Eiuir.iiT, Roe. & Mgr ." societies, the uitint improved means of soldiers, hygiene feeding and clothing and popular cooking. It will bo in the Crystal Palace, u structure of about twice the sizo of Madison Square Garden. Now York. pro-inis- boy, Charles Schneider, a was choked to death recently by getting the gum of a toy balloon fastoned in his throat. Ho was visiting a relative, Thomas Hern, and while playing with his little friend tho gum of a balloon stuck to tho roof of his mouth, and he began swallowing it. Mrs. Horn's attention was attracted by tho boy's playmates. She attempted to get tho gum out of his mouth, but failed. Physicians wero sent for at once,, and Drs. McCord and Burleigh arrived just as the boy had breathed his last. It) was somo time beforo tho gum could begotten out, as it had becomo firmly imbedded In the boy'a throat Pittsburg Dispatch. Honest Prices. ' - - . - ... ., -- - .A LEXANDRR'S LvOuiSYille, - Seventh and Market Streets, H OTRL, ': Kentucky. It is quito the fashion now to tako De Wltt'B Littlo Early Risers for liver, stomach and lowol disorders. They aro small pills, but mighty good ones. G. W. Short sell them. TKe Courier $ourn&I El-- I,OUISVIL,.lC, ICY. Subscription Balsa, Dally and Sunday, 310.00 a year, Dally without Sunday, $4,00 a year, Sunday, $5.00 a year, Weekly, $1.00 a year. JUtr:?o- - :u-2-5u- . Night is sent for slumber, but who Small Boy Grandpa, the robins iaro singing this morning. Is that a sign can sleop with a severe cough, unless that spring is here? thoy tako "0 C.C. Certain Cough Cure" Grandpa (who has bccn deceived too and euro it. Sold by J. W. Owen. of ten) No, 'It's. aign that robins ain't got no zsenao. Good News. Thero aro two counties in Georgia that have not a lawyer. Thoy aro Echols" and It food sours on tho stomach, digestion Cliarlton. Tho letnrns for 1800 show Do Witt's IJttlo Early is defective. further that ChatUon has neither ajdoc-t- or Itisoro will Tcmedy this. Tho famous lltnor a dentist tlo pills that never gripe and no ver disapBuy the Monarch Shirt. point. Sold by G. W, Short. ' Spring- Signs. The Wwkly Cetirler-Journ- al Has tbejargost olrealatioB. of any Democratio Newspaper in the United States and proposes to double or treble its already large circulation. "THE OWENSBORO," by Tlie & MA.asrirs'.A.CTTJii.ur) T77"a-gror- Co. HOW AND EVERY DAY to some one a splend'd High Arm Sewing Maobine, or a Handsome Gold Wat oh, AUSOLUTKLY FHUE. Full particulars iu Weekly Courier. Journal. Sample copy free. Seud for one. Address, W. N. 1IALDEMAN, Company, President Courier-Journ1.0UISTILLR, V.T. t BY eivlNfl AWAY EACH Material Workmanship Unsurpassed, Durability, Style & Finish Unequalled, Manufacturers of Wagons, Drays and Dump Carts. Capacity 25 wagons a day, with a rapidly growing trado extending over eighteen Southern nnd Western Stales and wherever intoduced is universally considered tho best wagon on the market. Fnit .Sale nv ", B. PBEARD, DILLON & CO., M J'"tof iU- - ...ticx''::, - . . j t " s, .,- - i ., . . v, . -- . .tV . ; -. 3 , :,Li-!l- J Sgfegjjk-al- n MMBfci I XJI t. ,fifBBBBfrtfMBtoiU&aBiBBMlMSB