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IHHA.'JJIBIIWMHIKJMJ JflMI iy p ywjJiJlH iljgij!l!BB!Lglll 1 JMESXXaSfA MS m mspww .SB..?!?.!"' f" ud3iit-'''-l- t m" "r'-i- m " ""'"TUTigM Ssaii - wjij f ' ou want to reach steady and lllnr.il purtlum-r- s In thin part cnii do It of llif country'-n- u Do thr u.rh the column i'f (IiTh paper THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1891. Lines Inscribed to Rena Roberts. Out upon the hills at play, Skipping. laughing, then away, Through the meadow, on the lawn. Wild, and nrtltc, nun Tawn. Now, a merry Cry ring out, Now a whlMle, then a ahout, Now the brooklet's, rippling tide, a hide, Where the early Woodier, with Its gurgling sooiul. lint and shoes, upon the ground, Ankle-deeshe stands and looks, At the Images, In the brook. (lowing, hair, In All about her temples blowing, Clear gray eyes, with starry splendor, Chcrry-llpall dewy tender, g rows, Shining pearls, In sunburnt nose, A little turncd-up- , Ilrnw as white, as drifted snow, Checks, with hue ofjiealth aglow. Now a splash is heard and then. Out upon the grass again, Shaking drops, from off her feet, I.o ; she hastens, light and fleet, To the meadow's rolling green, e Is seen. Where the old Now a gallop down the lane, l'lngcrs tangled In his mane, Onward to the glistening pool, Her steed, soon gnalTs Its waters cuol, Now hack she turns, and quickly rides, And "old Hob" to the barn she guide. She now has had enough of fun, And quite demure, ns any nun, She trips along, the grassy award, And once again, she's In the yard. Curled In the sun, her kitten lies, ,v A fluffy ball, of soft gray djes, Now close within her arms It, pressed, And down she sits, to take a rest. Say : tell me, have you ever seen her, is just Hena. Well, this , J. V. O. Inington, April 2oth. Sprlng-flnwcrNut-hrow- n elf-locs, atlg-rafarm-hors- Don't depend on people to d you and yoiirbutlnctj. Keep constantly dlpgl'g at them through tho niltcrtlsing columns of thii p.pcr. VOL XV. NO. 42. . Notice ! Tins column for BargainS vtW Clovcrport Market of" Dccring '. Binder- and Mowers. ' Sulky Hay Rakes., Coal Cook Stove No. 7,!w'tlj .jo pieces of ware for $i i.oo. No, 7 Box, Wood Cook Stove for $7.00, with 40 pieces of waie. One Horse Avery Plows $3.50. Gasoline Stoves, all kinds of Cook Stoves. Sorgo Mills and Evaporators. Builders Hardware, Nails, Hinges Screws, Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, Spades, Post Hole Diggers. Carpenters' Tools of all kinds a - specialty. Guns, Fishing Tackle, full line Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers, Step Ladders, Bird Cages. Rope, Sewing Machines. When jou're languid and dull In the spring nl the) car, When slomache and ller are all nut of gear, ' When you're stupid ut morn and fcxerlsh .it nluht. And nothing gles relish and notliing goes right, Don't try any nostrum, elixir, or pill, "Golden Medical Discovery" just 611s the bill. A New Star for the Flap Wyoming's star will go upon the flag two months from in accordance with the statute provision that at the admission of a new Stato a star shall be a lded to the union of the national ensign on tho 4th day of July next succeeding. Last year the pcoplo of Idaho had the pleasant prospect of being admitted on tho 4th of July, and of being able to celebrate together tho birthdays of tho new HEADQUARTERS FOR Stato and of tho United States. But tho President suggested to their Delegate in Congress that signing a littles earlier the act for her admission would allow Idaho's star to go upon tho flng on July 4, 1800. and to gain a wholo year for it. That suggestion was accepted, and it spoiled all tho new flags that had been prepared Wo have just received n very lurgo nnd beautiful assortment of with forty-tw- o stars. It mado them incorrect and obsolete before they had ever WHITE nnd BLACK DRESS GOODS, which we nrc closing out at been ustd, except by patching and altera- prices which will nstonish you. tion, and oven when this was done, it stars, so substituted for tho forty-tw- o easy to group, forty-thre- e stars, which could dot bo arranged symmetrically. In Dress Goods we are displaying Black Embroidered Skirting twenty-sove- n Tho War and Navy Departments strug an assortment of Plaids, Stripes, Checks inches deep at prices ranging from gled some tlmo with tho problem of the ant' solid Colors at unpreccdentcdly 33 cts. to SI .00 per yard. Also a full lino fortythreo stare, and at last solved it as ranging in well as they could by an arrangemet of Call nnd seo the beauties we aro of Whito Skirting Goods, prices from 35 cts. to 80 cts. per yard. tho flag which showed one star apparentdisplaying. Calicos, including Indigos at 5 cts. ly astray or out of symmetry, and that per yard. was tho result for Idaho of Mr. Harrison's I unfortunate suggestion. Wo havo just received il UUllllUllll lino of Now Secretary Tracy, mindful of tho necessities of flagmaking, gives more than two months' notico of tho way the new union is to bo arranged, with Wyoming's star included : GENERAL MERCHANDISE. DID YOU KNOW THAT MioORMAN & JEELER, Witt That Witt fe That Witt'tfc That Witt & That Witt & That Witt & CLENDEANE, KY. Dry Goods, Hats, Gent's Furnishing Goods, s h: o e js i ARE SELLING THE BEST LOT OF IN TOWN. Meador Meador Meador Meador Meador & Meador M Clothing, Shoes and Dress Goods. havo tho cheapest line of Shoes in town. have marked their goods down in reach of all. have tho best lino of dress goods in town. havo the best trade in Ilardinsburg. havo tho best assortment of Gent's Neckwear DRESS GOODS. Black andEmbroider- ed Mulls. and Suspenders ever exhibited in Ilardinsburg. That Witt & Meador are the leading Druggists in Ilardinsburg. ' That Witt & Meador have tho best Garden Seed on the market. That Witt & Meador aro doing the business of this place. That Witt & Meador have tho best line of Cigars and Tobacco in town That Witt & Meador invito special attention of tho Ladies and Young Men. Ladies, call and sec our line of Lawns and Ginghams before buying. Boys, give us a call and seo our display of Neckwear, and you will agree with us that we have tho best line in town. WITT & MEADOR, HARDINSBURG, KY. Sp rill; Clothill; Which wo are selling at prices which astonish every ono who examino tho line. In GROCERIES wc lead in prices, we are selling them regardless of cost. Call and seo our lino, tho most complete ever brought to the country flwjSjos sSUi nl i- Thesurest and best of all remedies for -f in it made hy the or vicinity. Prices made by the leading Hardware and Stove dealer in the city. only-Tinn- er Tin and Iron Roofing, Guttering all disorders of tho liver, stoinache and tblood, is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical and Spouting put up. Discovery. Repairing of all kinds or anyAmos in Texas. thing you may want, you can" have Dear John. Earth has revolved again CIo-vcrport MOOEMAN & BEELEK, We aro also agents for the Celebrated It wjll be observed that the extra star the "Oliver Chilled" Plow. in tlie upper corner of tho 'Wo sell the Horse Shoe brand "Fertilizer's" manufactured by the union, near the staff, is now to b,e offset North Western Fertilizer po., Chicago, 111. This is a very high grade by in tho opposite lower corner, so of Fertilizer, tho best on tho market, call and get our price before that after tiio 4th of July the flag will bo buying. Wo will savo you from 10 to 15 per cent. i left-han- GLENDEANE, KY. 'Studebaker" wagons an "a &3 o J. L. MILLER'S And for; less money vthan;any honsa in town. Call and sec . him. CLOVERPORT,KY and in her rapid whirl I was thrown off at a tangent and landed on the Lone Star, where I have taken np quarters in the oflico of the Footo House, McKinncy, Collin county, Texas, tho chief of hotels in this part of tho state. II. K. Basham, a former citizen of your county, proprietor. Soon after my arrival hero I climbed up into tho spire of our $140,000 court house and took a look out over tho waving Holds of grain, the green forests and blooming pnrarics. I could not help shedding a tear over the sad fate of kind friends I left digging tho poor hills of old Breckenridgo for bread to feed themselves and little ones. I hope some future whirl of earth will spill them in this tho richest, grandest andloveliest oasis, of xn d decidedly improved in appearance. Y. Sun. N. The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil priccs can be found at A Success. Iloyal Germctucr is established as a remarkable success. Thousands of testimonials attest its virtue. Many of these aro given by men and women of tlio highest standing in the most honored walks of life. In the midst of a flourishing and rapidly increasing business, tho price is reduced from $1.50 to $1 per bottle. This is done in tho interest of thgso whoso circumsTances Tn Tlfo deter them from paying tho higher price. The rich will buy it at any price, but tho managers feel that a medicino which possesses such wonderful powers Bhould bo placed within tho reach of tho poor. Many havo said that Gcrmetuer was tho cheapest medicino on tho market. When it is remembered that a bottle of Germetuer makes a gallon of medicino ready for use, it is certainly cheaper than ordinary medicino in a bulk, and when tho powers of tho medicino aro taken into account, tho prico amounts to almost nothing. Germetuer is tho coming success that has already come. Ask your druggist for it, and if ho cannot supply you writo to E. M. Coleman, General lteprosenta-tive- , Louisville, Ky. Send for book containing particulars and history of wonderful cures. A New PATESVILLE. Alf Clark went to Clovcrport Tuesday. Mr. Gordon, of Knottsville, has moved to our town. Mr. Frank Clark returned home Saturday for a short visit. Boad working is now in order and some of our citizens are mad. Jesslo Marlow, who is troubled with heart-diseas- From Bad To Worse. Tho ordinary treatment of contagious blood poisoning is to drive one poison from tho system by introducing another. Tho result, in most cases, has been that which usually follows a leap from the frying-painto the fire. To put it mildly, mercurial and other mineral poisonings have disadvantages which aro hardly less n - poisoib-I-n Eggs for Sale. K I have the single Comb White Leigborn Chicken and can furnish Eggs at $1.00 for settlug at the pen, or $1.40 per totting hy express. My chickens are pure stock and tho Satisfaction best layers In the country. guaranteed, Addpess DAVIS C. JOHNSON, 1 Bewleyvllle, Ky. Louisville, St. Louis &Texas R. B. Co, SCHEDULE TIME Taking Effect At 5:00 o'clck A, U., Sundiy.Ko7.30. Wttl Bgrntd M,?il & . 1390 usro. 17. Eait Bound Train Jliu STATIONS & M Expr'a Kxpr's "pliiy" Pally Expr'a Kxpr'l Dally Dally OOSpir. 25pm StfUin lv.Un'n.Dp't..ur 105 Kentucky St. 12 50 t)40 820 9U0 Westl'olnt 12 lUpm 7 20 12 07pm Howard 903 725 1)20 ltock Haven 11 Wain 45 7 7 fi5 8 01 8 07 860 81U 805 745 7 35 7 26 7 22. 7 IB 814 8 8 8 8 22 30 39 47 Long Branch lirandeirliiirg "40 w Meade Springs 94(5 Kkron Guston 951 10 03 Irvlngton 1012 Webster I.oJiburg 10 20 9 27 9 37 11 43 1134 1130 1124 1110 1107 1068 1051 707 658 6 49 6 41 856 9 02 '916 1001 9 33 9 40 9 62 910 919 1027 36 1044 1049 1062 10 1106 1114 1126 1137 1144 11.51 11661111 12 0)pm Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport S.iMple l'kra 1042 10 36 1026 1(1 21 03 1018 10 630 624 615 609 606 551 5 43 ) 10 08 lluwcstllle I'etric I'alcon Sklllman Shops 955 9 44 932 9 23 631 521 612 5 05 6U1 4 55 4 38 4 25 Lewisport I'owers Pates 1055 Owcnsboro 1106 Haltingly 1118 Stanley 107 1120 Worthlngton 117 1137 Spottsvllle 137 1165 Baskett 1205pm 146 1220am 200pm ar.Henders'n lv 10 41 1221 1235 1245 1259 1014 1017 1023 Cace 917 913 9 8 8 8 06 47 32 22 769 7 47 7 28 808 417 4 719 705am 310pm 3 3 3 3 0'. 66 46 31 23 FOR MEN ONLY! mum Bat. bU MANHOOD fiHr Kiiunt Hew u !, u4 CtrMiuManAI,USDITOLOIDOnGlXSriBT80rfieDT. JofKrrorierExMssuinOldorYaanr. vVakntsaof Body and Kind. Efftels ensrat and NKJftVOOS MillllTYi ,. u ikMii.ir wil.r noil TKUTaT-BM- tt WriMlkM. MulUt;rMl01UtMu4l'tralmCulrlM. EHMriall BmIv tUaUa a4 rth Mile (HIM) fr. AMrtta ERIE MEDICAL CO.. BUT FALOj N. V. dudo in town sports an elaborato button hole boquet. Tho air is redolent with tho fragranco of exotics, and tho mocking birds are singing in every bush. After crossing tho Tennessee river, I stood on the rear of our palace car and gazed back upon the lofty hills of old Kentucky until they disappeared in a dismal haze. I felt sad to know it was my last peep at my native heath, so of boyhood tho scenes impressed upon my mind are behind mo forever. I have attained, my majority, am now old enough to vote, have tried fourteen states, consider this tho best, and think now that ago justifies mo in ending my rambles. How proud I will feel fifty years hence, as a citizen1 of tho richest, grandest and most populous stato in this great Republic. Then with tho ratio of increase tho last decado has given, wo will boast a Democratic majority of 400,000, and this is not all, her mineral wealth is as great as that that lured the avoricious Spaniard to Old Mexico. Adessa cannbt oxcol her grain fields. Louisana nor tho Isles of tho Pacific cannot equal hor in sugar. Tho orango fields of PJorida arc not more fragrant, and her fruits not mora delicious. Her climate is all one could wish, tho vino-cla- d hills of France, and tho flowery fields of Italy dwindle into when contrasted with our lofty mountains and sun-l- it plains. Texas is an Empiro within itself, vast enough to accommodate tho wholo population of tho United States, and then not bo as thickly populated as tho Now England States. She is 000 miles long and 800 in width. The social status is explained by the abovo named proprietor of tho Footo House, who said on my arrival here, that ho thought ho was moving to a wild country, sparcely settled by a d people, but was surprised of tho old states to find them far nht-nin everything that constitutes civilization. Her school fund is larger, her school houses and churches finer, and mora numerous than any other stato in tho Union. Yes, she blooms li ko a roso and her people aro as cheerful as her cllnio. After It. M, Board and myself have taken in tho adjacent lakes, and a venison from the tangled woods of Trinity river, which will bo very soon, you may expect to hear from yours, Amos. semi-civilize- earth. either case tho system is wrecked; This country is in full bloom, every and yet there is no reason why humanity should continue to suffer. It is tho office of S. S. S. to euro contagious blood poisoning. For that disease tho medicino is surely a specific. And it is ulso its offico to cure mercurial and other mineral poisoning. In short, S. S. S. is tho great blood purifier. It destroys tho germs of the contagious disease, and expels from the system all forms of mineral poisoning. It restores health and strength to tho sufferer. Rotten-Egged. We carry a large assortment of Harness of our own manufacture at prices to suit the times. Below wo quote prices of Harness made from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar $5.50, 6G.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 cany a line ofHubbor Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at very low prices. We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The , is bettcr.agaiu. Cotswoll-Woo- l Plumes-an- d Tail Protectors, and everything pertainMiss Carrie Smith has returned from ing to the trade. We have a large line of Collars, Hamcs and Chains, a visit to relatives at Sulphur Springs, Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Our school met Monday and adjourned Mr. C. P. Babbago will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds tine die, on account of the lack of patron- of repairs and make new work to order. age. It will pay vou to examino our stock. Mr. Harris left last week for Intl., on a short busineas trip, but will be back soon. Dr. Whito has returned from Tobins-por- t. His many friends wero glad to see OF him, especially ono of them. Storret Smith was in Yictoria Monday on business. He will soon remove his gallery there and remain a short time. Jas. Nix went to seo his best girl Sunday. Ho seems to think it was a mistake Capital Stock $25,000. about his "going to Egypt to buy corn," B. F. BEARD, President. but went to look for a better half. WILL MILLER, Prof. P. M. Bigdon, General agent for M. II. BEARD, Catller. tho National Library Association, of Q. W. BEARD Chicago, has been on a trip to that city. MORRIS ESKRIDOE 1 Directors. j He returned Sunday delighted with his R. M. JOLLY. MAlMMWdDM id- - BANK 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- HAKIOSBUHG Elizaiikthtown, Ky., May 5. Yesterday evening 'Squire John Hutcherson, who held Charlie Mooro over without bail for killing Bill Showers, was egged as ho started to board tho 7 o'clock train for homo. No ono seoms to know who committed tho assault, but there will bo an effort to discover them. No man stands higher in Hardin county for integrity and courage than 'Squire Hutcherson, and this indignity upon his person is resented by all good citizens. If ho erred in his decision in the caso it was an honest error, but it is doubtful if ho mado a mistake. In either event his known integrity and his official position should have protected him from such an insult. Mooro's caso has not been helped by the indignity upon tho court. V Superintendent Masonic Home. for the trip. - Is Life Worth Living 7 Not if yougo through tho world a dyspeptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets aro a positlvo cure for tho worst forms of Dyspepsia, Indigeston, Flatulency and Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & Mcador, Hardlusburg, Ky. Politicians Ungrateful. It is really amusing to seo somo of tho newspaper boys tearing their hair over some ot tho canidates for governor. Wo lemembor how wo once raved over tho great Proctor Knott and he returned our d slap in tho faithfulness by a face tho first opportunity. Theso great men generally pay their political debts that way. Better go slow boys. Car-lisl-o Mercury back-hande- tf.v- - Ajr". wvrv THE BEST CHILL CURE. CHEAPEST MKDICINE iNOWN CONSIDERING W kkHr LIVER "MEDICINE QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. -- BILIOUSNESS, IT WILL A.130 atrXWJJ DYSPEPSIA, AND CHSONIO CON8TIPATION. C. C. MARTIN, E Cloverport, NEXT DOer BRUQQIST. BELOW POST 0FFI6C. Ky. A Child Killed. child killed by tho uso of opiAnother ates given In tho form of Soothing syrup. A Safe Investment. Why mothers givo their children such Is one which is guaranteed to bring deadly poison is surprising when they you satisfactory results, or in case of fail- can relieve tho child of its peculiar trouure a return of purchase prico. On this bles by using Dr. Acker's Baby goothor. Bafo plan you can buy from our advertisIt contains no Opium ormorpliine. Sold ed druggists a bottle of Dr. King's New byG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky.,.and Discovery for'Consumption. It is guar- Witt A Meador, Ilardinsburg, Ky. anteed to bring relief in .every case, when used for any affection of Throat, Lungs . If all reports aro true tho Kepublican or Chest, such as Consumption, Infium-matfo- n party baa about cleaned up all tho funds There of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, in tho Treasury at Washington. Whooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It is not enough funds to pay pensioners is pleasant and agreeablo to taste, per- and tho usual running expenses of tho Grovor Cleveland waa fectly safe, and can always bo depended Government. upon. Trial bottles freo at O. W. Short's, right when ho declared that a surplus was preferablo to n deficiency in tho Clovorport, Ky., and J. Witt's," Hardfns-burTreasury. Ky. g, Our quiet littlo villago was the- scene of one of tho grandest weddings that has ville has unanimously elected Campbell taken place in this vicinity for many a II. Johnson, of Henderson, superintend- day, it occurred on tho Gth inst. Tho ent of tho homo to succeed Georgo S. contracting parties wero Mr. Joe. Dean, of near Clovcrport, and Miss Florence Whito. Mr. Johnson will move to and assumo charge on Juno 1. Fryinire, the accomplished and handThis is considered by tho Masonic fra- some daughter of Dr. Frymiro, our poputernity as tho best selection that could lar physician. It was witnessed by an havo been mado. Mr. Johnson is well immense crowd from Patesvillo and Dr. Black, tho M. E. pastor of known all over this Stato, having been vicinity. Grand Master of Kentucky, and giving Cloverport, was tho officiating clergyman. Prof. Bigdon and Miss Jarboo Universal satisfaction in that office. wero tho honored attondents. After tho Quinine racks tho nerves, "C.C.C. Cer- ceremony refreshments wero served, and tain Chill Cure" racks Malaria and many of the guests went to tho residence Chills. No cure, no pay. Sold by J. W. of tho groom's parents to partake of a Tho presents were bountiful supper. Owen. numerous and costly. All wish them a Ou man Schwartz and ono or two oth- long and happy life. ers connected w ith tho defunct bank of Merit Wins. Schwartz & Co., of Louisville, havo reWo desire to say to our citizens, that bonds, and held cently been put under over to answer tho charge of embezzle- for years wo havo been selling Dr. "King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. ment in the Louisville courts. King's New Life Pills, Bucklcn's Arnica It is nothing uncommon now to hear Salvo and Electric Bitters, and have nov-e- r handled remedies that soil as well, or of some great bank President running away with half a million. Anything less that havo given such universal satisfacthan that is not thought of, and yet when tion. Wo do not hesitate to guarantee thoy get pulled it is only to pay a big them every time, and wo stand ready to lawyer.fee and move on with tho crowd. refund tho purchase prico, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. Theso Purifies tho blood, increases tho circu- remedies have won their great popularlation, expels poisonous humors and ity purely on their morits. G. W. Short, builtU up tho system. What more do you Cloverport, Ky., nnd J. A. Witt, Ilarwant a medicine to perform ? Do Witt's dinsburg, Ky. Sarsapjtrilla is reliable. Sold by Or. W. Tur.iiK aro still a few of tho Short. Presidential class held by Democrats in tho South, and brother Wannanmker is Of No Use. being besieged almost daily by Republi'Nature rarely wastes, but sometimes ,at tho Circus. cans to have them turned out. If there sho does," said Mohltablo Is anything that hurts a Kepublican, and "Look at tho elephant, for instance. Two hurts him bad, it is to know that a Demoabtails practically, and yet with a hido crat is still holding ofllco under tho pro-sesolutely impervious to fiies." N. Y. Sun. Tho Board of Directors of tho Masonic Widows' and Orpan's Homo at LouisLou-isvillo post-officnt INTEREST PAID 0M TIME DEPOSITS. R, R, LauIsviMe,Hardlnshurg&.Western If You Have CONSUMPTION COUGH OR No. 5 TIME TABLE. Taking Effect at 5.00 o'clook a. m. Sunday September 28, 1880. Bast Hound Trains Weit Hound Trains Dally Dally Dally Daily ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun No. 5 No. 1 No. 2 No. 6 6 304in 11 15am Lv IrvlnKton Ar (HSain S45n 4 50 Oarheld 912 715 1142 7 7 7 8 37 45 55 28 11 12 12 COLD BRONCHITIS Throat Affection Wasting of Plish SCROFULA Or any DUmit irwre (he Throat and 68.1m 05pm 23 1213 1230 1247 105 120 120 852 910 9 47 1015 1020 1041 1101 148 1120pm 2 00pm IX, Junction Hiirdinsliurg Junction Kirk Jolly Glcndcane Hockvale Kuth Askins Oaks ArPordsvilleLv llarned 8 8 8 8 52 44 4 2d renter, yeu can r Inflamed, lath of Btrtngth or Kro o rtlUved lung and Curtd oy 410 4 CO 37 23 815 803 7 44 7 IX) 7 20 348 323 2 20 146 129 1248 712 667 1224 6 45amjl2 00m 300 SCOTT'S EMULSION PURE COD LBVER OIL J.$kfor Scott'i Emultlon. and lit no or loUHtation indue you acotpt a lulttttut. OOTT A OP THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS Alii LIKE, (L. K. A ST. L. R. R.) With HypophosDhltea. PALATABLE AS MILK. ( SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO AND ALL POINTS St. Louis, Evansville Sold by all Druggists. BOWNE.ChamUts, N.Y. West and Time-Card South-Wes- t. in Effect Dec, 16, 1888, Lv. Louisville 8:45 a,m...:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. Arr St. Louis 7:15 " ...7:25 Evansville 2:25 " 9:50 p.m. For further Information, call on or address, JOS. S ODIORNE, Qen'I Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT. Trav. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky, , xu Printers' Ink "a journal foiCadyehtisers. " Is issued weekly, and is the representative Journal the trade Journal of American advertisers. It indicates to the Inexperienced adver titer how, when, and where he should advet Use bow to write an advertisement; how displajr one; what newspapers to use; bow much money to expend in faet, discourses on every point that admits of profitable dlicusslpn. Advertising Is an art practiced by many but understood by few. The conductors of Printers' Ink understand it, and their advlco Is based on an experience of more than twenty-fiv- o years in placing advertiseing contracts for many of the largest and most successful advertisers. A year's subscription costs but two dollars t sample copies Free. Address : GEO. P. ROWELL A-- CO., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruco St., New York. Very popular, vnry small, very good Witt's Littlo Early Risere, tlio. pill for constipation, biliousncsH, sick liendacho Fold by G. W. Short. Do GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich ijr,an Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by tbe Barrel, Plaster Eair, administration. If food sours on tho stomach, digestion is defective. Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers will remedy this. Tho famous littlo pills that never gripo and never disappoint. Sold by G. W. Short. & is quito tho fashion now to take Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers for liver, stonl-ac- h Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring and bowel disorders. .Thoy are small ways kept on hand, Orders acpills, but mighty good ones. G. W. Short companied by cash prompt It soil Pine Poplar Shingles al- them. Iy filled. WVflr-Wk& 1 new TCiliiiW'llwwnWMlMTiBri Tffli WW "I ip niMMiiTMim'isTSi as m aniwiim swiw ssnsiia Txifti iw. """ : te ', Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JNO. P. A fiwnrrr.uiY Blaine is reported serioutly ill in Now York. BRANDENBURG. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorised to announce (HIS. W. RICHARD90N, HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. V. O. IIAIIIIAUli L, H. & W. TIME TABLE OolNO WKHT. IRVINGTON. of Loulsvjlle, was hero MAY 13, 1S01, VlllOH. (5. IIAIIIIAKK, IMitornand Proprietor. Tub Southern Baptibt Convention now in scsjion at Birmingham, Ala., raised $10,000 for tho lienellt ol the Louisville Baptist Theological Seminary. II. G. Bran, tidltor this week. p.m. a.in. a.m. p.m. Mrs. Willlo Harrison spent Sunday in 'l,.,S. IW I.. VT. liocnl Time Cnrd. ..10.05 11.07 Mall and Express going East West.... ' " East Express ' West.... East .Local Freight West !' ., 5. 58 .. 9 27 11.19 -- 10.01 a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. Mayor Piorco is putting in sonic good sanitary work for tlio city. Tiikse bo interesting Democratic titnes nnd Kentucky's day to howl. During the past month 31,545. new ipnsiqn certificates were issued. There wcro 2,130.000 pounds of co raised in this county last year. , tobac- The ltepnblicans have failed to make a nomination for Representative in Hancock. Has anybody heard from since the-- great Democratic at Hardinsburg, May '- 13ro. out-pouri- Harned -'. II II. Owsley, a prominent Kentucky lawyer, died at bis homo in .TuiKin M. Lancaster last week from pneumonia. The llreckenridgo delegation will vote solid for John Young Hrown ns first choice for Govenor, and for 1. Wat liar-di- n second, to-da- Harrison was prcscntod with 11 silver brick at Lcadvlllc, Col., last Monday. If ho will conio this way We are authorised to announce wo will present him wfth a vitrified brick T. P. CUNDIFF, worth Its weight in gold for paving pur- as a candidate for- - the Legislature In Meade county. Subject to the action of the Demoposes. cratic Primary, June 1.1, 1891. three H's, Hardin, Hendrick and The Mr. Ed. Shelman, of Ixmisvillo, was in Hale, will bo tho winning combanation town Monday. at tho Democratic Derby, and Kingman is visiting the Miss Rcna Clark-soThis is a at Churchill Downs, Misses Wolfolk. sure tip from Wick Moorman. Mr. Sam. Stiff, of near Preston, was in town Saturday. Well, who would have thought it. Mr. Leu. Cashman, Preston, was in John Monarch getting married. However, it is the wisest and best tiling a town Satunlay. man can do, and wo are glad so good a Mr. Dick Smith, of Cedar Branch, visitman as our friend John has como to his ed our burg Monday. senses. Miss Howard, of Loiilsvill", is visiting Mrs. C. G. Moreincn. That was a very disgraceful piece of Dr. Ixm Morcmcn came home Friday conduct by some young men of our counon an excursion for a visit of a few days. ty from near Lodiburg, Mr. J. T. Ditto, of Louisville, made a train on tho Louisville, St. Louis and Texas railroad last week. Too much red flying visit homo lost week. But in tho liquor did the business. The now salt works at Otter Creek aro future some of them may consider the being rapidly pushed to completion. consequences, before they proceed to Mr. II. C. IUwlingsand son, Dabney, "fill up" and make things howl aboard a are spending a few days at Big Spring. railroad train again. Each of them deMm. M. E. Cosby, of Uptonville, is serve a heavy fine for such conduct, as a visiting her daughter, Mrs. II. C. Raw-ling- s. kids can't take a rail- President randldnte for re election to the Legislaa ture from Meade county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, June 13, 18VI. Passenger Daily nrr. Hardlnsburg..l2sil5 .. 748 " Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. ooixo KABT. Passenger Daily arr. Hardinsburg- - 8:55 Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. " .. 3:51 the country. Mrs. Newt. McGlothau and daughter, spent Sunday in Sample. Zack Stitli, of Bewleyville, was in town tills week on business. Harry Majors of Louisville, is visiting the family of Mr. Bate Washington. Henry Head has been veiy busy the past few days insuring young married men's lives. Mrs. J. F. Boyd and baby left Saturday night for a visit to her mother's, in Betholto, III., and will bo gone about four weeks. Garland Hendricks took from one sheep 20 pounds of clean wool. He still has the fleece, and his scales arc subject to inspection. Mrs. Bato Washington gave a dinner to a small party of young people Sunday. The dinner was excellent. Mrs. Washington and daughter thoroughly understands how to entertain. Captain B. W. Mintor, tlio idol of those who "live to cat," has enlarged his restaurant. He sets a first class table in All travelers think lots of the Captain for he studies the wants of a hungry man. The members of the christian church have changed their weekly meetings, from morning to. 2:110 in the afternoon, and in the future will meet in the school-hous- e at that hour every Sunday. The public is invited to attend. J. B. Allen and Jones Mercer went fishing Friday. The fish soon caught on to its being "fryday" and did not bite rapidly. An eye witness says all the fish and suckers in the pond crawled out on the bank while they fished. e. pTrath Bows at no I Wears EH No Mask ' !" ' Miss Lula Severs is ill with typhoid ' fever. Beard it Heeler sell black lawn at "8cts. ,' ' to-da- reminder that the road train or run a gag on respectable people when ever they want to, in peaceful old Breckenridge. Jons G. Carlisle, manent will be made perchairman, and James K. Stone, to-da- Secretary, of the Democratic Convention, which meets in Ixmisvillo The cold wave which extended over the Central and Northern States last week, brought some ico and frost, in its train and great damage has been done to fruits and early vegetables. It is reported that Hon. lteuhen ex-Sta- te Mil-e- r, Inspector, now of Owens-borwill nominate the Hon. John Young Hrown, for Governor, in the Democratic State Convention. Tin: diameter of poison which did the deadly work among a half dozen people wedding is still baldat the Snooks-Hcr- r ing the skill of many prominent physicians and chemists in Louisville. lino. Harned once upon a time strayed I.s tho Republican State Convention which meets at Icxington on the 20th inst, there promises to be some lively skirmishing over the nomination of a candidate for Governor on that ticket. Col. Win. O'Bradly has dropped clear out of tho ring, and will not be in the fight except possibly as best man for some one of the candidates. Col. A. T. Wood, of Mt. Sterling, and Hon. John W. Lewis, of Springfield, aro contesting the honors lor this nomination, and it is said they are getting up a pretty warm fight. Some of the counties have sent instructed delegates, but most of the delegates will go uninstructed, which leaves tho matter in great doubt as to who tho coining Republican candidate is to be. From the liest information at hand, however, Hon. A. T. Wood is said to be in the lead. 8100 Reward. 8100. The readers of the Breckenriihie News will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its Hall's stages, and that "is Catarrh. Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment. Hull's Catarrh Curo is taken internally, acting directly iiKn the blood and mucous-surfaceof the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faitli in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case thut it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonialsAddress F J CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. DSfSold by Druggistt, 75c. s away from the Democratic ranks, and in renewing his faith, swore, that if the Lord, and Ids party would forgive him for that offence, he would never be guilty of the like again. And now where is he ? May the Lord have mercy on him. Ho.v. W. K. Minor was one of the ori- ginal Brown men in this county. He did as much to give that gentleman a following here as any man in it. And yet, he was completely ignored when it came to naming the delegates, lie wasn't even given an alternate's place. President Polk, of the National Farmers Alliance, says the farmers of the country will not support Mr. Cleveland for the Presidency. Hut it is quite probable that there are many back districts which Mr. Polk has not yet heard from. BEWLEYVILLE. Mr. W. J. Piggott is in Louisville this The people of Kentucky should read week. the new Constitution for themselves and Mrs. Tlios. Triplett is seriously ill with decide whether it is such an instrument typhoid fever. as they wish to be governed by in the The Editor, of the Meade News was in future. If it dosn't meet the whims of sotno of the would be leaders of public thought throughout the state counts for nothing. The call made Mass Convention for I). 11. Severs, at the at Hardinsburg, and the universal greeting lie received from tlio Democrats present at that meeting, say about five hundred in number, is a very strong indication that his candidacy is looked upon with favor by the entire party in the county, and that all will assist in his election at the contest in August next. The rejiort of the New Orleans grand-jur- y into the investigation of tho murderers brings to light a deHen-nessy's plorable state of affairs existing on tlio criminal calandcr in that city. Tho report says that for years past the lawless element there have practically had things their own way in tho court. Packed juries, bribed witnesses, and tho toughs generally, have gotten into the courts, and a conviction of the lawbreakers seems to have been almost an impossibility. Tlio best element in the city is calling for a new ileal, and a rigid investigation of crime in the future. county The American Citizens Equal Bights Association, (colored) in session at Cincinnati, has again called the attention of tlio Administration to the fact that the colored man in the nortli is getting no offices from Uncle Sam. How can the Administration furnish to tho negro 11 thing it hasn't got. Since the republiBucklen's Arnica Salve. can party went into power the great cry Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, has been for more offices and 111010 bruises, sores, ulcors, salt rheum, fever boodle, all down the line until brother chapped hands, chilblains, Ben has practically exhausted the sup-pl- sores, tetter, corns, and skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or was tho proper tiling Hon. W. That money refunded. Price 25 cents per K. Minor did in tlio County Convention box For sale by G. AV. Short, Clover-por- t, recontwo weeks ago, when ho moved a Ky., and J. A. "Witt, Hardinsburg, sideration of tlio vote by which our Ky. for Hon. M. refused to y. town Tuesday. Miss Annie Hodges closed her school at Bethel Friday. Squire Martin and son, of Plains, were in town Saturday. Row Ben Shacklett preached at the Baptist church Sunday. were Some of tho town chicken-roost- s visited one night last week. Miss Lena Drury returned Thursday from an extended visit to Brandenburg. The wholesale merchant at the Cash Store last week did a sweeping business in the clothing line. Mr. L. II. Bosley, representing the wholesale house of Levi Nowburgher & Co., was in town several days last week. Tho celebration of Children's Day at this place will be a musical and literary treat not often enjoyed beyond tho limits of cities. Rev. W. K. Penrod, of Cloverport, is expected to begin a scries of meetings at the Baptist chinch the fourth Sunday evening in May. Quite a select dance was given, by the young men, at the Stitli House Friday evening. Besides tlio young ladies and gentlemen from town there were present Mrs. A. J. Thompson and daughter, Miss Katie, Miss Julia Richardson, Miss Maggie Fullinwider, Miss Gilinour, Miss Livers and Miss Henrie Cain ; Messrs J. Shacklett, J. Foushee, J. Livers and Jus. Osborne anil sister, Miss Maud, of Gus-ton. Mrs. Orley Richardson, of Louisville, were down for n few days last week. Mr. John Hay was in town Saturday the first time he lias been on our streets for quite a while. Mr. A. Wittleshofer spent a few days here last week on his way home from Hot Springs, Ark. Messrs. Elisor, Beard, Goldsmith and Neafus, who went South with Mr. Gued-ry- , returned last week. Miss Lena Drury returned to her homo in Bewleyville last week after a visit of two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Frakes. We regret to learn of the serious illness of Mrs. Sack. Richardson, mother of our popular Attorney, Morgan Richardson. Air. and Airs. A. Moronic 11 wcro culled to Nelson county Wednesday to see Mrs. Surah Beahnan, mint of Mr. Moremcn's, who was seriously ill and died Saturday. Our new colored barber has gotten himself into troublo already and was lodged in jail Monday morning. Tlio crime with which he is charged has not yet been proven, so will await developments. Messrs. A. M. Robinson and John of Gruhampton, and Mr. George Scheiblc, of Tip Top, were in town Tuesday to probate tho will of Mr. Aylers-wortMr. Scheible is executor without bond. Very little damage was dono by frost in our immedidate vicinity, but tho inland towns report considerable damage to botli fruit and vegetables. The prospects for wheat is very flattering, tlio best for years, yet growlers aro numerous who predict a failure. A man was brought to town Monday afternoon who had stolen a horso from Mrs. Margaret Brown. Ho was captured in the edge of Breckenridge county by Messrs. Tobin and Stiff. Ho had a preliminary hearing before Judge and was held under a $300 bond to appear at Circuit Court, in default of which ho was sent to jail. Ho gave the name of Edward Wiseman and claims to bo from West Virginia. Delegates to the Convention in Louisville aro L. A. Fawrest, Win. Rhodes, Abo Chism, J. B. Fishers, J. D. Hardin, J. M. O' Bryan and J. F. Wolfolk. h. Raw-lings ' Judge and Ell-ma- n, Alternates. James Arnold, A. L. Morcman, C. R. Wuthen, Albert Barry, Tlios. H. Ditto and G. W. Richardson. A party of our gay and festivo youths betook themselves to tlio sunny banks of Doc Run early Friday morning for a day's angling in that beautiful stream. They captured a string of beautiful minnows and indulged in various boyisli sports, leap frog, wrestling, n few boxing matches and wading in the limpid waters. One of the party a 200 pounder got stuck in tlio mud and it took the combined efforts of his companions to extricate him. When the shadows of evening approached they separated for their respective homes with many sighs and regrets that the happy day was a.t an end. Tlio party was composed of Messrs. Abo Ditto, Sr., C. G. Moremen, It. II. Nevitt, J.S. More-meJ. T. Ditto and II. C. Bawlings. n, "Tired All the Time," Say many jioor men and women, who seem overworked, or are debilitated by change of season, climate or life. If you could read the hundreds of letters praising Hood's Sarsaparilla which como from people whom it lias restored to health, you would bo convinced of its merits As this is impossible, why not try Hood's Sarsaparilla yourself and thus realize its benefit ? It will tone and build up your system, give you a good appetite, over-com- o that tired feeling and make you feel, as one woman expresses it, "like a now creature." instruct C. Alford, for Lieutenant Governor. It is always in order to do tho right thing at tho right time, and Mr. Minor took in the situation at once. Hon. M. C. Alford is n most worthy gentleman and as chairman of tho Democratic State Central Committee, did gallant service for his party and his state ; and for a Democratic county to refuse to give him instructions under tho circumstances would have been political treason. How To Make Advertising Fay. The way to mako advertising pay is to treat customers in such fashion that a second visit will result. The first returns from an advertisement by no means Biggs. pay expenses, hut if tlio visitor is converted into a permanent customer, then To Dispel Colds, it is that tho value of this means of Headaches and Fevers, to cleanse: the making known one's business becomes system effectually, yet gently, when costapparent. J. II. Cowperthawait. Glad You Mentioned ive or bilious, or when tho blood is impuro In speaking of the luto Dem. Co. Con., or sluggish, to permanently curo habitual H0TI0E. Tho News overlooked tho facts that the The Hardinsburg Normal Instituto will constipation, to awaken tlio kidnoys and Hardin delegation from Cloverport was open a term Monday, Juno 8, 1801, to liver to a healthy activity, without irritaheaded by tho Cloveriort brass band, prepare Teachers for tlio examination. ting or weakening them, use Syrup of and the Brown delegation was met at tho Figs. P. Shacklett, Prln. It depot and escorted into town by tho Hardinsburg, Ky. Growing the "Wrong Way. Hardinsburg Mechanics' Band. Both FOR DYMl'lU'MIA bauds did well and greatly added to the In 1840 Hardinsburg had a population ' Uae Uromi'a Iron Blttera. Physicians recommend It. of 034; in 1800 bIio had fllG. Ilurdins-bur- g occasion, and deservo mention. Har All dealers keep It. 11.00 per bottle. Genuine I dinsburg Republic Republic. and rrovett red lines on wrapper. has Mr. Boin Turpi 11 went to Monday. Mr. Arthur Board was in tho city last Monday. Mrs. Mortis, Kskridgo lias been sick for several days. Mr. Sam Adkisson, Webster, was in town Monday. Mr. Jones Mercer, Irvington, was in tho city Monday. Mr. Sam Monarch, Owensboro, was in tlio city last Friday. s, Miss Bell Buzby is visiting at Dr. Union Star. Mr. G. W. Beard is attending conference at Leitchfleld.. Anything in tlio Fertilizer line can bo got from Beard ifc Beeler. Mr. Ad. Frymire, Union Star, was visiting D. H. Severs last week. Miss Mollio Board, of Custer, was visiting relatives hero last week. The new iron fence is now on tho ground and will bo put up at once. Mr. Estol Sutton, tauisvillc, was hero on a visit last Saturday and Sunday. Just received a car load of Ho.nestead Hoard fc Beeler. Tobacco Grower. Folks are having a hard time keeping frost out of the In an patch this weather. Mr. Huso Frymire, Union Star, was here last week visiting Mr. J. B. Buzby. Remember $1.00 will buy a suit of children's clothes or $.'1.00 a man s suit, at Beard & Bcelcr's' Mr. Win. II. Bell received a license to practice law at the session of the Circuit Court just closed. Mr. Win. II. Bell and wife, W. K. Barnes and wife and Taylor Bell, went to Louisville Tlio largest and most varied styles of black mid white lawns and ginghams at Beard & Bceler's. Work is progressing on the now jail with a vim. Tho entire structure will lie completed by fall. Don't fail to get some of Beard it Bceler's Condition Powders, for all kinds of stock and poultry, a guaranteed remedy. Mr. John E. Monarch and MissMollie, daughter of Mr. Matthias Miller, will be at the bride's residence married near this city. wedThe guests at the Monarch-Mille- r will bo given a supper at tlio ding y Turpin Hotel by the groom. they will dine at Mr. Georgo Miller's in tliis place. Master Georgo Smith will give a violin recital at tho City Hull on tho 19th, inst. Ho is only eleven years old and comes from Louisville, where his entertainments have attracted considerable local interest. Notice: I have just opened a large and handsome lino of millinery goods. Everybody, and the ladies especially are invited to call and examine my stock. Turpin House west side public square. HardinsE. I. Glints. burg. Mr. Jesse Eskridgo received the appointment of city attorney at the last meeting of tlio city council. Mr. Eskridgo is a young man who will fill tlio position with credit and prosecute the ordinance breakers without favor. Mr. Tom. Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Bishop, of this place, died at his Ho homo here last Monday morning. had been in ill health for some time, but nothing serious was apprehended until last Sunday, when heart troublo set up which resulted in death. He was in his twenty-secon- d year. Thero was a good crowd of people in town last Satunlay and trade seemed to bo much better than common. Business thut has been going to tlio little stores along tho railroad will gradually drift back to tho larger towns, owing to tho lat ter being unable to supply tho demands made upon them for tho variety of goods needed. Call at S. A. Uaflby & Co's., and .got ono of their punched cards. When your cash purchases amount to $10. they will mako you a present of a lino genuino Call crayon portrait, framed complete. and sco our sample crayon portrait now Resp't. on exhibition. S. A. Haflby it Co. James Donovan, Jell' Condor, Charles Donovan, Adam Condor and Murk Har dest)' were before Judge Adkisson last Thursday, on' a warrant for disorderly conduct, on a train on tho L., St. L. A T, railroad. James Donovan and Jell' Condor were held under bonds of $100 each to answer at tho next term of Circuit Court, and tlio other three wcro discharged. Tho following persons left yesterday for Louisvillo to attend tho Democratic State Convention. Stuart M. DeJornett, Judgo Milton Board and wife, J. B. Buzby, B. F. Beard, Chris Aid, Zono Hendrick and wife, Charley Miller, John DeJornett, N. McC. Mercer, Will Miller, Dr. J. T. Baker, W. W. Vessels anil J. B. Fry-mire'y. to-da- y to-da- I Human Shrine. I gj Seeks $j KJ i I tu , neither place m 1 1 19: ' nor applause $ I It only j Hell ' I ' '' i asks a Hearing honorably When we say that wo honest goods at lower priecs than any other, and that we serve nil alike we say that which is true. We can save yon dollar.'", as "is demonstrated every da). So when needing , ' -- LONG BRANCH. Calvin Hendricks Friday. School closed Friday after a successful term of ten weeks. Mr. Picrpoint and family visited at the residence of C. Hendricks last week. Mrs. C. II. Ditto, of Howard, spent Sunday witli Mr. and Mrs. A. Ditto, Jr. Mrs. J. K. Ditto and children spent Saturday and Sunday witli relatives at this place. John T. Ditto returned to Louisvillo Friday after spending several days among . friends here. Mrs. Calvin Hendricks was presented witli an elegant buggy by her Lord and Master last "week. Mrs. C. C. Lewis and Miss Haynes, of Rock Haven, visited Mrs. W. L. Dooloy and family last Tuesday. Dr. W. T. Durrett, of Louisville, was here last week paying ofT tho employes of the Kentucky Rock Gas Company. Mrs. G. M. Reynolds after a delightful visit of ono month to hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dooloy, returned to her home lust Wtdncsday in Ohio. The county farthers having at lost wisely concluded to have tlio bridge across Doe Run repaired. The citizens of this portion of tho county are much pleased. The following is tho per cent, made by the pupils of Miss Ella Dowden's school just closed hero : Joo Hendricks 90 ; Ella Hendricks 90; Boss McGliee 99: Walter Fowler 99; Buy Fowler 98; Lil-li- o Chambers 98 ; John Hendricks 93 ; Charlton Ditto 97 ; Cyrus Chambers 97 ; Becca Powell 90 ; EvaMcGhee90; Hat-ti- e Powell 93. was in anything in the Merchandise T line, don't fail to call on Louisville VEST'S, Tie Leaders in Groceries. SlniSSiaaSiSMSSBSHaWSSSSiHSlllllHBHSMSMSHSatHillllHSHBSSlllBlJIBBSSHIHHBMliiliaBaMMaH Heduced Hates to Hardinsburg. The Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Railway Company, have placed on sale round-tri- p tickets to Hardinsburg, from points named below, at rates as follows, good for thirty days from dato of sale : S1.5.T. Cloverport' Holt, - - - 1.40. Addison, - - 1.40. Stephensport, 1.40. Sample, - - 1.30. Passengers from the abovo stations can hike the morning, East bound train, and make connections at Irvington for Hardinsburg, arriving there at 12:05 p. in., and can have until .1:55 p. m. to return, making connection at Irvington. This enables people to make tlio round trip in one day and have about four hours in Hardinsburg to attend to their business. At these rates the railway should be liberally patronized. Jacob N. Meyer, THE LEADING MElCHAJt OP Big Spring, Ky. Invites your attention to his mammoth stock of W. H. Webb's WilL Tho will of the lato W. II. Webb, dated September 3, 1890, was probated last Saturday in tlio Jefferson County Court. It was drafted by himself. To Ids wife, Mrs. Eliza L. Webb, ho leaves a half interest in tlio hotiso on Jefferson street during her life, or as long as she rcmaincs his widow. At tho BRANDENBURG, KY. death or marriage of Mrs. Webb, it is then to gO to his daughter, Mrs. Rcna Webb Graham. Are just receiving a great many of the very best Id Dry Goods, Dress Ouods, Notions, Ac. d Mrs. Webb is ulso to have More new styles, handsome selections, choice d tho real estate and tho per- uoveltle than ever before. We will gratify your ambition to buy cheap, and give extra sonalty. All the rest of the estate is to go to good qualities in tho bargain. DRESS GOODS. tlio daughter, Mrs. Rcna Webb Graham, to bo held in trust for her bytho Fidelty SO In. all Wool Dress floods, worth 40o 24 0 8Jc He Trust and Safety Vault Company, which 40 " Tennis Cloth, north b pes new all Wool Dlk. Henrietta, north 05c is appointed executor, guardian and 49o 4 pes new all Wool Clk. Henriettu, worth 75c trustee. 60c. If Mrs. Rona Webb Graham should die Mice Double width Ulk. Dress Uoods at 15, IB, without issue, then, at her death, tlio 20 and 2.'o, worth twice the money, In fact we are Headquarters on all kinds of property is to go to the childicn of Lizzie Dress Uoods and Trimmings. Moorman, to Bettio Webb nnd to Dr. II. . WASH GOODS. W. Graham. Dry Goodsi Geo.Yeakel&Co. mm tftftlsj S GROCERIES, Clothing, BOOTS, SHOES nnd ono-thii- one-thir- . Sillln8y Embracing everything kept in a e. Many peculiar points mako Ilood's Sarsaparilla superior to all other medicines. Peculiar in combination, proportion, and preparation of Ingredients, Ilood's Sarsaparilla possesses tho full curatlva v.iliin of thn xy a of best known remedies tlio vegctablo kin J Tccullar in Its strength and economy Sarsaparilla onlymcdl- " cino of w',c' CAa truly " Ono Hundred Doses Dollar." Medicines in Peculiar .S Ginghams of all kinds Imported and Domestio Styles the latest and prices the lowest. HOSIERY, NOTIONS, &C. Extra quality Led. Hose, regular made worth 2io WAo. Extra quality Lad. Oik. Hose, worth 40c 25c Kxtra quality l.ud. Hone, fust black 80 pr pair M5o Misses Lisle Hose, black, worth 20, 25o Ladles LUIe Hose, black, at 4Ho per pair. 11, u. uorsei, an sues, at zap, O. C. Corset, all sites, at 48c. HANDKERCHIEFS. 4o for choice Hemstitched Uanderchlefs. So for Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchief. 80 for Gent's Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Over V' ' '".;' . fjr ! jrlS- tocJiXtho jr gfiyy rLNBood's ai ,uom w'' S $12,000 Worth of Goods that must bo sold "Wo don't eay anything about prices Como and see us and let us convinco you that wo can sol! you goods as cheap as tho next fellow. I besald,.0 S S Peculiar In Its medicinal merits. Ilood's Sarsaparilla accomplishes cures hith erto unknown, and has won for Itself mo title 01 "Tho greatest puriflcr ovor disco vorod.',l T 'WAVrequlro larger doses, and do not ,produce as good results as Hood's. bordered. Fine Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Lace and Bilk Handkerchiefs a large assortment. All Linen Table Cloths, full length at 79c. IOo for all Linen Large Towels. Extra Quality Twilled Crash at 7M. LADIES' AND MISSES' FINE SHOES. 98o for our Nellie Dly, Sowed Shoes, In Dutton We home," thero Is of Hood's Sarsaparillar purifiers. pnenomo- - Cfix nowVVnoreIn sold Lowell, where S V'tlsn'aa' than of a llr yoihet blood Pcculiarlnlts"goodnamo abroad. bloodvK t hare a large and r and Front lace, all sizes, well assorted stock of Low Shoes In Oxford Ties, Slippers, Ac. DOMESTICS. Drown Cot- Jacob N. Meyer. BUY YOUR .w- - $1.00 for 20 yds. Dest Cannelton It S of people so steadfastly. Do not bo Induced to buy other preparations, Hood's Sarsaparilla lOQl r "wand confldenco IU111 fvno ,f?'evcr attained such popu-111 YVriai record of sales other preparation BU .ypccullar DIlUlli in its S1.00 for 20 yds. Good Cheok Cotton. $1.00 for 20 yds. Good Uleach Cotton. $1.00 for 13 yds. Iiest Illeached Cotton. $1.00 for 20 yds. Ilest WoAl finish Dark Calicos CLOTHING. ton. MUlU, among all classes but be euro to get tho Peculiar Medicine, Sold by all druggist. 8lilxforJ, Prepared only by C. I. HOOD OO.,Apotliecarl0S, towel!, Mats. Our Stock of Clothing comprises the rery . best goods, latest styles and For Men, Sack, Straight Frook, Four Dutton Cutaway, Vrince Albert, In all tho latest Fabrlns. For Uoys', Youths and Children, we hare anything tou want, from the lowest to best high grade goods. lowest-prices- SHIJRTS -- mom- ' Geo. Yeakel&Co., BItANDENIJURG, KY trade-mar- k Dosos Ono Dollar J. D. BAPBAGE. agicraar:agT PPwp"MgMPWMBWBFMW!MllBPPIBK '"" " lS Fresti vegetables rcecixod daily -- Sulzor's. Mr. Hunsche will be hero every Friday of each week to accommodate people who need a handsome suit of clothes. There are no dudes In this town, thank you, Mr. Enquirer. Prof. Powell, of Hawesvllle, came up Sunday and delivered two very interesting discourses in the Baptist church. Prof. Powell is principal of tho Hawesvllle High school. The fishing in Clover Creek for the past week has been very flue. Dr. Hambleton wears the, horns so far, in tho size offish caught, havingsuccessfillly angled two handsome bachelors, measuring each 18 inches in length. Harry Monroo is now making regular trips with his wagon to this city from Hnrdinsburg, every other day. Any ono having small packages or parcels to send either from here, or Hardinsburg can have them promptly delivered. Every merchant and business man in this town begins now to appreciate" tho value of our machine shops and brick plant. Seven or eight hundred dollars per week paid out for labor makes a big difference in trade. The beauty about it is, it is all cash. Mr. Leo Cullen, the popular express messenger on the "Texas" was married last week to Miss May Brown, a very attractive young lady of Ouensboro. They will make their future home in, Louisville. The band was out Saturday night and gave us an excellent concert. It had a The largo and appreciative audience. boys aro getting better every week. They havo an excellent t.acher in Prof. Cox, who is bringing them out in fine style. This will be a gala week in Louisville. The special attractions are tho May Festival, tho Democratic. Convention, and tho Spring Paces. The "Texas" offers special inducements over their road to all who wish to attend in tho way of ono fare for tho round trip. e departA petition to tho" protesting against tho discontinument ance of tho mall routo from this place to Mattingly, six miles south of us. What tho object is for discontinuing tho service is not known, unless it is to cut oft' a few people out thcro from a daily service, which they arc justly entitled to. Tho regular annual meeting of tho stockholders of tho Breckenridge Bank, was held in tho office of tho bank last Saturday. The old board of directors Tho directors were their old ofllccrs. The directors ordered tho bank painted and papered and put s order. in Mr. Sam Sulzcr, tho merchant prince, is determined to keep pace with tho times, and mako his establishment in this city equal to the demands of Clover-port- 's growing trade and population. Ho is turning what was once a barn of a house, into a legular trade palace. The News commends Mr. Sulzer's efforts in this direction to others in this town. Get out of the old ways, and the old ruts of business and keep pace with tho times. Logan Pate, Deputy U. S. Marshal nnd Chris Ahl, captured Joo Buck Patterson, who has been a notorious out-laevading the officers and been in hiding in the upper part of this county for Ho was wanted at sovcral months. Fordsvillc, where ho had been selling whiskey without license. Patterson it it seems has cleaned up all the officers in Grayson county as well as tho sherifr of Ohio, and has been rather proof against being captured, until Ijgau Pato and Chris. Ahl run up on him. Ho is now safe in tho Daviess county jail, where ho will remain until the next session of tho Federal court there.- post-ofllcfirst-clas- " '"L1 ilSBIt!11!.'!1"1 'TF UPfEqs Louisvillo Ky., Amphithoatro Audi tonum The Duff Opera Company Engagement, Mario Tempest Prima Donna, May 20-- 23. To keep up with the May festivities in Louisville, the management of tho Auditorium announces the appearance of Mnrlo Tempest and tho J. C. Duff big Opera Company, May 20, 21, 22, 23, in a i The most WmKk Both the method and results when SyrupofFigs is taken; itis pleasant nnd refreshing to tho taste, and acts . on tho fently yet promptly cleansesKidneys, the sysand Bowels, tem effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and curoq habitual constipatiou. Syrup r "gs is tho only remedy of its kiuu ever produced, pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agrceaolo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leadin.tr druggists. Any reliable drugpbt who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8AN FRANCISG ), CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, 023 lEWVJOY IP- - L It.f. IPIIEJOIED A. S. KNRI.19l!,Irnp,r. KCOTJSB CLOVERPORT, KY. r tl.iy, fiiclmllnj; Sample Itoom. Ccn-- t i.9-rally IikmIciI. llii.inlliiK liv llie week, incluilln; room and bcil, .oo. Single Mc.il .jo cents. v Dr. S. S. Watkins, Physician Office Next & Surgeon, door to Breckenridge Cloverport, Ky. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY in, 1891. LOCAL BREVITIES. Smoke the World cigar. The fruit crop is not hurt in this section. Meal in any quantity for Bale at .Star Mills. Three well filled coaches passed up yesterday. A nie5 liti3 of str.tw nutting just ro coived at Sulzer's. ltomembor the K. P. festival next Wednesday night. Born, May 9th, to the wife of Israel Holder, a daughter. s Cloverport will send a largo delegation to Louisville Cloverport is furnishing Hardinsburg with her dressed beef. Dr. J. C. Hush will bo at tho Nappcr House until Saturday. New potatoes, beans, peas, radishes, onions, cabbage, daily Sulzer's. There were two additions to tho Elm Street Methodist church last Sunday. Bran of any amount for sale at Star Mills at 85 cents per hundred pounds. Capt. William Vest has a silk hat that is 38 years old and looks as good as now. Just received at C. C." Martin's drug store fresh greens, cabbage, irish and sweet potatoes. Marshal Geo. Jordan went to Louis-vlll- o yesterday to be in good shape for convention tho Strawberries aro selling at fifty cents per gallon. The market opened last week cents. at seventy-fiv- e Vic Bowmer, of Hardinsburg, has a position in tho grocery department of Bowmer & Hambleton. Thcro will be Children's day services in the Elm street Methodist church next Sunday. Let all attend. Died, little Ethel Harris, infant daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. George Harris, April 29th, of la grippe. Did you notico tho people on our streets Saturdaj night and did it remind you that this town is growing? Bro. Brandon don't believo in Sunday excursions, and advised his members Sunday to let them severly alone. Hood's Sarsaparilla has tho largest sale of any medicine before the public. Any honest druggist will confirm this state ment. Charlie Furrow has a Very rcmarkablo Jien. Sho has laid C.2 eggs this Spring, beating tho record of all other birds of her kind. A strawberry and ice cream supper will bo given by the ladies of tho Baptist churclii at Fishor's Hall, on Tuesday night, Juno 2nd. Hov. W. K. Penrod has been absent for tho past week attending tho Southern Baptist Convention, at Birmingham, Ala. He is expected homo Mr J. A. Barry, of Concordia, was hero last week. Mr. Barry likes this town and will move his family here as soorvas he can secure a house. Fresh bananas, oranges, lemons, coca-nut- s, stick candy and nuts of all kinds ' for salo by C. 0. Martin druggist and pharmacist, next door below post olllco. Wo need moto residences, good ones to ront. Many a good citizen is lest to this town just for this reason, J.et our capitalist put a little monoy in good houses. Tho K. P's havo decided to have that strawberry and ico cream festival thoy havo been talking about for two weeks. Next Wednesday night is tho timo, 7 o'clock tho hour, and Fisher's Hall tho place. Tho strawberries will bo the fin-- . est and tho cream, Klluo's best, so come out everybody and spond an enjoyablo ovenlng. A splendid band of music will he in attendance. to-da- y. to-da- y. carefully selected reportory lied Hussar,. Bohemian Girl, Cannon and Dorothy. "Dorothy" as produced by the Dull Opera Company at the present time has met universal success. Everyone is familiar with tho delightful little romance thai is unfolded in this opera. Squire Bantam with Iiih pet scheme, the marriage of his daughter, is a well known friend ; the gay, rollicking Geoff-ro- y Wilder and his scarcely less jovial friend, Sherwood ; tho sly old lurcher always on the alert lor available assets, If only a "wooden leg" or a "block bull" Then thcro ar,o well known characters. is tho vivacious, but timid Lydia, tho dainty Phyllis, and the buxom Mrs. Privett. But these aro not all in tho present Dorothy. Louisvillo has yet to see "Dorothy" in tho flesh, to hear Mario Tempest and when bIio is once heard in this opera no other Dorothy will do. "Tho Bed Hussar" has generally been regarded as Miss Tempest's forte, and undoubtedly much of the success which has attended that production has been duo to her individuality, but those who havo seen "Dorothy" with and without her, aro convinced that this opera is equally in need of her presence, and that it is not "Dorothy" without her. The dual characters which sho assumes in "Dorothy" aro both creations of her own, and at the same time both aro opposite to that of tho "lied Hussar," a distinctly masculine character and yet portrayed in such a marvelous manner that tho sex of the aitist is not for a moment forgotten. In tho J. C. Duff organization she is Miss surrounded by splendid talent. Irving ably seconds her in the various scenes in "Dorothy" particularly in tho famous dual scene in the third act. Miss Lcnoro Snyder is a charming artiste, gifted with an excellent voice and great personal beauty. Tho tenor of tho company, Mr. Chas. Bassctt, is tho happy possessor of u voice of great purity and strength. Mr. McLaughlin has only to be heard to'become a gieat favorite. In fact the entire company is such that will cieato a most favorable impression, as tho Duff always brings a big company. The chorus wi'l number at least 70 artists, while the orchestra will have thirty musicians from the Chicago Auditorium. Those desiring seats for th engagement at tho Auditorium should write Mr. James B. Camp, Business Manager, P. O. Box 03, Louisville, who will see that all orders aro promptly and carefully filled. Prices $1, 75, 50, cents, according to location. All lines of transportation entering Louisville give refare. duced rates of one-half popular V line of XtfV wV w w O X X V vX V Wo ?&&tr? X. . c n? O ? ? X X X X X X x Corsets In the Market for i WEAR COMFORT We keep a full assort- WeWant Your Trade& Must Have It! Tho only way wo know how to got it, is to make it to your interest to trade with u. When vou wnnt Drugs, Patent Medicines PERFUMES, FINE WRITING PAPERS, STTIjZE :mi By Buying your ment in stock in White, Drah, Ecru East Black. TEY ONE- -- JOSj ! CLOVERPORT, KY. S3 PAINTS, VARNISHES & BRUSHES In fact anything in our line. Give us n call and we will convince you that you have made money hy trading with us. -- What Is Made - ADE ! : A TRIAL IS ALL WE ASK WHY? MONEY IS MADE OF :- Prescriptions filled at all hours, with the purest Drugs, at bottom prices. G. W. SHORT, PERSONAL. J. eity S. Wilkcreon is in the eity. Dr. P. White, of Patesville, is in CLOVERPORT, KY mmimmmmmhistmafmfifKmtfimiq the Our Now Illustrated Catalogue ol Plants, SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. May Excursion Bates. Tho Louisville, St. LouiB & Texas Bail-roa- d Co., announces tho following special rates and dates to Louisville during tho month of May, 1891 : For tho May Festival, 12th to 10th, d fare for tho round ono nnd trip. Tickets on salo for tho morning train only, each day, from the 11th to tho 10th, good for return passage until tho 18th. For tho Elks Reunion, 17th to 21st, half rates for tho round trip. Tickets on salo on the 10th only, good for return passage until May 22nd. For tho Stalo Democratic Convention, on tho 13th, half rates for tho round trip. Tickets on salo for tho afternoon train of the 12th and tho morning train of tho 13th, only, good to return until one-thir- FHEETU ALL.3t He keeps constantly in stock 3 S Pure Leaf Lard. EVERY R. E, MOORMAN, Hams tho Celebrated Elizabethtown PIECE GUARANTEED. and - Mr. John T. Ditto Jias accepted a position with tho well known hat house of gwan, Abraham & Co., Louisville, and will bo on tho road in a short timo with a splendid lino of samples. Mr. Ditto will represent ono of the best hat houses in tho city of Louisville, and with his push nnd energy wo bespeak for him and his house a full share of tho trade. The merchants who read this notico and buy hats will confer quite n favor on tho News, and likewise Mr. Ditto if they will reservo him a small introductory order. Give tho young man a chance, not only Ditto but every other young man, who starts out to make an honest living. ' At the Brick Plant. Tho big engine and boiler arrived last week and aro now being placed in position. Two of the kilns will be completed this week, that istho brick work. Tho gas well is down 300 feet. A neat offieo has been erected, apart from tho main buildings, for tho uso of Manager Oclzo and his clerk. Tho engine is u one hundred horso power machine and is ono of tho largest Mr. Geo. and finest in tho country. Harris will be the engineer. Thehuildings aiul'kilns with their big smoko stacks will make n big showing for that end of the town. Mr. Morgan, tho superintendent of tho works, has promised to furnish tho News at an early date, a paper on tho process of manufacturing vitrified brick, which will bo of much interest to our people. Tho company has already had an offer of a contract for 2,000.000 brick for tho city of Evansville, Ind. Thoy prefer to wait and test their machinery before contracting. There will bo no trou-bl- o along this line. Thoy will havo a demand for every brick they can make. Two car loads of machinery arrived yesterday. . A vein of genuine Tennessee marblo was Btruck in tho gas well yesterday. President J. K. McCracken and Mr. C. F. Applcgate, a Director, Louisvillo, were down yesterday viewing tho plant. i to-da- J. A. Barry, Conconlia, was in the THE OLD RELIABLE city Friday. and 4000 varieties oil Plant, etc. of Lebanon, Ohio, was in Frank Pate, Ht enusiacuon uuarantecu. 5E 35 Greenhouses; SO acres. Address, the city Holiday. HM2 & NEUNER. LaunviMje. k'v. Itev. I. B. Tiniberlake, of New Albany, aftmm&'fflmimmffliwfflimmwd Ind., is in the city. GENERAL MERCHANT McElree's Wine of Cardui II. S. Knglisli, of StophctHnort, was in the city Friday. and THEDFORD'S aro Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, lints and Caps, Judge Murray and wife went to Louih-vill- o for salo by tho following merchants in Notions, llnrdwn.ro ana uucenswnro. uig siock jusi received lor me yesterday. Spring trade. I handle tho Michigan Fertilizers, Homestead Tobncco DreekeorlilRe County : Jesst W, Owen, Cloveroort, Grower. Com and Wheat Grower, Jarvis Tobacco Fertilizer, Drill Will Miller, of HardiiiHburg, was Mr. Ot W. Short, Cloverport. Phosphates. These goods are equal to any in tho market and sold low in the city Saturday. Sc Lay, Stenbeosport. lirnslicar down for Cash. Give me a call. Witt it Metdor, Hardinsburg, Mrs. "Win. Abshire removed to LouisJ. J. Seven, Uolnn Star, villo Monday night. A. J. W. McMillen, Stenhensnort, was in Examine Babbago'snowlineof queens-warthe city Wednesday. the 14th. Miss Emma Moseley, of Stephensnort, For tho Spring Meeting of tho Louiswas hero last week shopping. villo Jockey Club, 13th to 22nd, consult Vmnmecrfc tho rates as shown above, as they will fit Judge X C. MeMercer, of Hardins1 tho occasion. Don't forget Derby Day, burg, was in tho city Sunday. S. A. Wikel, May 13th. General Passenger Agent. Mr. James Crawford, of Stephensport, was hero yesterday on business. The Louisville Market. Mr. Bobt. Lindley and wifohave taken There is littlo to bo said about tho to- rooms at Mr. William Mullen's. o bacco market this week. Receipts Mr. L. G. Gregory and wife went to to decrease and offerings nro drawn largely from Btocks on hand, and em- Louisville Monday night on the steamer brace n large proportion of reviews. Guthrie. Good and lino Burloy leaf is scarce, and Mr. Joseph E. Miller, representing tho when offered sells high. Grades bolow good leaf may bo said to bo irregularly Highland Nursery, passed through town high. When a lino of this character of yesterday, en routo to McDaniels. tobacco is offered buyers exhibit occav sionally nn indifference and apathy that depressed and tho causes prices to bo TOBINSPORT, IND. market seems to drag ; aud, perhaps, at spasmodic demand tho noxt house a g& k seems to occur and some hogsheads of Plenty of strawberries now. this class sell high enough. All together Rain is much needed now or crops will the market is hard to quote. Dark tobacco is iu strong position. It bo short. is offered sparingly and good dark leaf Conrad Simons spent last week at court, is especially scarce. Ono hogshead of this grade sold Thursday to Mr. Landrum as juryman. for McDonald & Co., of Canada for $12 "Vm. Boultinghoiise, of Cunnelton, is 1iwcr grades of dark wero steady and visiting here. firm and sold quite up to our outside quotations. Farmers Homo Journal. Mr. Till Groves went to LoiiisvilloSun-da- y with hogs. Mr. P. Heaven has received a new mowing machine. Mr. Everett Cockrell has returned home from school, Mr. Waldo Simons has n line lot of sweet potatoes plants. Grace Vuuglui, of Cannelton, is giving music lessons hero. Mrs. Johnston and daughter, of KenI hW I'll 1I mW Mutt cf . y,,Mf,:' Wyy-wlMBM- r I. HllTT lTmla Mr I ffflrnirMMgiiBT tucky, havo moved here. is teachHoraco Lamb, of Patesville, ing a singing school here. M, Frank shipped a lot of wheat and 1 corn to Cloverport last week. - Bulbt. Vines, Shrubs, 3 1 Trees, Small Friltt, Grape vlnts, Seeds, Evergreens, etc., wllljX bo mailed Free to all jjc applicants; 80 pajjeaj S a Goods promptly delivered to any part of the city. A. A. RICHARDSON A. T RICHARDSON, e. !Si?vi m&wms m w -- IN THE LEAD. con-tinu- Over O.OOO SOLD LAST YEAR. tm 4 B0YH 1 :, .T t Somo of tho fruit is falling largo a crop as was expected. Absolutely James Miller, ot Cloverport, was over , A cream of tartar lllhet last week and bought a.lot of corn from Latett U. S. of all In leavening strength. ' M.Vrnnki Government Pood Htport, Mr. Joo Allen, of Stephensport, is hero Miss tho guest of his FARMERS FREE COLUMN. Mattio Allen. For Sale A wblto Hurley Plant bed 18x Mr. James A. Laley, of California, 20 feet. VlantJ ready to let out. lectured horeSatunlay and Sunday on Jm, rf. TInlui. Do Witt's Little Earjy Uisors never Tompomnco. gripe or causo nausea. Mild but sure, LADIKS Miss Bertha Mattingly, who 1ms been Needing a tonic, or children that want building assist rather than force. Best little pill up, thould tako tho guest of Mr. Waldo Simons and famimOWNr8 I HON llITTKItS. for sick headacho, chronic constipation, It la iileaant to take, cures Malaria, Indiges- ily, lins returned home. dyspepsia. Sold by G. W. Short. tion, aud llUiouiiieu. All dcaVrs keep it. on", baking-powdergrand-daughter, powder Pure. Win KMtHtfKWSSMBtalKKKfS n ...'. not so AmlSrA'f'-' urv.rtizVft Sif&&j&fr ,-- - .'' B. F. Beard, Dillon & 4 Co., Headquarters for Farm Machinery, HARDINSBURG, KY. Brother T. 8. Frymire in Trouble. Presto.v, Ky., May 2nd 1891 Euitok BBb A l Bill OTri n?H a iK3SI vba BBBa y Bill BBBa bBb lr MS I KY. i For durability, comfort, and nn elegant fit, wear the celebrated MONAltCII Shiut. JNO. D. BABBAGE, Sole Aent, i m inni Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY IS, 18!)1. A History of English Labor by J. E. Thorold Rogers, M. P., late Professor of Political Economy in the University of the Mysterious Poisoning. Oxford. Abridged. Witli Charts and Hop-on- , Dr. Joseph of St. Matthews, Appendix by the Kov. W. D. P. Bliss. was in the city this morning. He atIntroduction by Richard T. Ely, Ph. D., tended ten of the perrons affected at the Associate Professor of Political Economy fatal Fnook-Hcr- r wedding, and is, perin Johns Hopkins University. Price 25 haps, best entitled to an opinion on the cents. Tho Humlwldt Publishing Co., subject than any of the other physicians. Astor Place, New York. The doctor was called in to prescribe This is the first number of the Social immediately for Mrs. Hite, Mrs. Gns Science Library, which puts at tho disHardin and daughter, Mrs. J. Herr and position of the public n record that is indaughter, Robert Woodson, Robert valuable. It is the story of the struggle Dorsey, three young ladies at Mrs. of the English poor against the avarice Phillips', Miss'Reanlon and Mrs. Moorof priest and king, landlord and capitalman. All are now able to bo about 1th ist ; a story told by the records of thouthe exception of Miss Reanlou. She sands of court rolls, and stewards' acseems to have been affected in a differcounts, complied by unconscious historient manner from the rest. She was parans who little dreamed of the tale the alyzed on one side and completely lost figures they so patiently added up would of speech, but she is getting the power one day bo mado to tell. From tho bebetter every day, and will eventually ginning of the thirteenth century, when recover her voice. almost every ono not only possessed land To a Times reporter tho Doctor said : but cultivated it; when a landless man "I have the highest opinion of the phywas looked on as an outlaw and a strangcases, sicians who attended the other er ; when the use of the common pasture but I can not agree with th m upon the was without stint, and the arable land of cause. Jt was certainly not ptomaines the manor was usually communal ; from nor mushrooms. I attended more pathat remote dato to modern times. Prof. tients than any other doctor, and it is Rogers, conducts tho readers through was placed in my opinion that arsenic the successive stages of a drama whoso Can't Sleep Nights all of the food just before the guests sat down to the feabt. I think it was a de- Is the complaint of thousands suffering motive was tho cheapening of labor for liberate plan to murder the whole party. from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc. the benefit of the monopolist. And sureWho did it, of course, I do not know, Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English ly no timo could be more fitting than the hut I do know it was arsenic. In the Remedy ? It is the best preparation present for publication of this work first place the ictims were affected with known for all Lung troubles. Sold on a which, with its special charts, clear type, deall the symptoms of arsenic poisoning. positive guarantee at 2oc. and 50c. by G. good paper and elegant mako up, is They were seized with vomiting, swollen W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt & stined to have an extensivo sale. For sale at Babbago's Rook Store. eyelids and tongues, muscular soreness Mea.lor, Hardinsburg, K y. throughout the body. and general pains No usc'of experimenting further when The employing printers all over the "All of this is indicative of arsenic. "C.C.C. Certain Chill Cure." is guaranConResides the skin has now begun to peel country are getting up petitions to teed to cure Chills and Fever, and is tabodies, everything going to gress asking that the government bo off their to take. Sold by J. W. Owen. of competition witli their trade. delightful show that I was right in my diagnosis. ken out e department Illuck uml Green Tens. The reason I did not give my statement At present tho stampGenerally speaking, all teas aro dihefore was that 1 did not have time to prints and delivers free of charge maof vided into two colors green and black. do so. My patients were very sick and ed envelopes at the actual cost the Japan is the only country which proneeded me, and I could not rush into a terial, thereby practically destroying the duces green tea only, while China is tho in that lino of men who employ scientific discussion of tiie cases until I business both colors are prehundreds of thousands of pi inters. It only land where I treatof danger. had gotten them out pared. India, Ceylon and Java send is hoped that Congress will heed these forth black teas alone, on the principle ed them all for arsenical poison, and competiat least in India that adulteration of they all got well, except Mrs. Hite. On petitions and stop the unequal evening of her illness 1 attendul her, tion. The government has the same green tea is too easy. It is worthy of the with their mention in this connection also that but the next morning I gave her up to right to furnish tho citizens a few years all tho teas of family physician and he attended nails or their salt at cost, as it has their until within her stationery, and we hope that it go in the Japan have been black, and this was tho her. case when in l&VJ the first importation wholesale furnishing business or none. "I do not believe there is anything at of fifty half chests reached this country. Interior Journal. The venture was immediately successall in tho mushroom or ptomaines theful ories, simply for the reason that some of Science cannot produce a superior The flavor of tho Japan tea pleased the my patients ate none of the salad, nor remedy to ''C.C.C. Certain Cough Cure." American palate. It was spoken of aa Resides, when arsenic the It is based on scientific principles, and if "a black tea with green tea flavor," and has been swallowed for two days it be- it does not givo relief for Coughs and as the leaf was dried in tho natural color comes arsenic acid, and then gradually Colds, your money will bo refunded. it was believed that it must bo free from disappears. They had every symptom Sold by J. W.Owen. adulteration. The importation for the of arsenical poisoning and the treatment second year was 409 half chests, and in When the Democratic party went out tho third year the amount arose to 1,100. for such seems to have cuied them, while those treated for ptomaines and of power they left n largo surplus in tho But it did not by any meaus stop there, I United States Treasury, but since tho rising rapidly till tho yearly total mushrooms did not fare so well. reached tho wonderful ampnnt'of 20,000,-00- 0 went to see them all at least twice a day Republicans have been in and run a pounds. Good Housekeeping. and I did not rest until they were out of billion dollar Congress one term, there is Kscupe for the Oullery. danger. There is one thing I learned a marked deficiency in tho public funds. An old time theatrical advance agent from them that I have never 'ecu in What w ill the great herd of Uncle Sam's print. Several tasted tho water in the pensioners think when they wake up told me this amusing incident which occooler before sitting down to the feast sonio fine morning and learn that the curred iu London, England, at the first production of the opera "Faust" in the and they noticed that it was bitter and hank's busted. Drury Lane theajre; 'Tho original Faust nauseating. It was commented upon at sick, in the evening and could Constipation, bloodqioison, fever! Doc- was taken assignthe time and no reason could be not appear in the title role. An under expenses cost about study, whose name was not revealed, ed for its peculiar taste. Had the vomit tors' bills and funeral been examined at the time it would two hundred dollars; Do Witt's Little was chosen for tho part. He was a first Early Risers cost a quarter. Take your class tenor, but was a very stout man, have shown the presence of arsenic." weighing about 210 pounds. In the last choice. Sold by G. W. Short. Louisville Times. act, where Marguerite lies dead on the Ex-S Trersurer Spinner seems to floor, and Faust descends through a trap We Can And Bo havo been very proud of that wonderful door amid lurid flames, tho trap iu this Guarantee Dr. Acker's Rlood Elixir, for signature of his. His will directs that instance, being very small, was not large enough to let the under study througli. it has been fully demonstrated to tho e of it be cut on his tombstone. people of this country that it is superior He evidently wants to remain incog, in The stage hands underneath pulled their utmost on the legs of the substitute, but to all other preparations for blood dis- the grave, for no ono will ever he able to to no avail. There was breathless silenco eases. It is a positive euro for syphilitic tell what tho hyeroglvphics stand for. in the audience at the awkward pause, poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pim- Interior Journal. which was soon broken by a voice in the ples. It purifies tho whole system and gallery exclaiming in a shrill tone, 'Hurthoroughly builds up the constitution. Catarrh, neuralgia, rheumatism and rah, fellows! We're safe! The hot place York Star. For Salo by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., most diseases originato from impuro is full already !' blood. Cleanso it, purify it witli Do and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Ileasoiii for a Divorce. Witt's Sarsaparillaand health is restored, The Druses sometimes divorce their Will Retire. strength regained. Sold by G. W. Short. wives for apparently tho most trivial New Yoiik, May 5. A Washington causes. Thus a man named Soleiman Three Things Worth Knowing. Attala had a wife, Isbakyeh. Tho special to tho Recorder says : 'It is positively stated that Associate Justices To kill worms on cabbago uso strong woman frequently worked for us, and on several occasions I had to complain Field and Rnldloy, both of whom havo soap suds. thatsho talked too much and worked passed the ago which entitles them to To euro chickens with gapes a few too little. At length 1 was obliged to will resign in October, drops of carbolic acid put on a hot shovel, retire on fidl pay, tell Soleiman that, owing to his wife's when tho Supremo Court will resume und hold the chicken to inhale the laziness, I could employ her no longer. EdMr. tho hearing of oral arguments. Shortly afterward I went to England. vapor. On my return a couplo of months' munds, it is believed, will succeed JusTo save your beans from frost pour absenco I wasafter surprised to find that tice Rradlcy and somo Western jurist cold water en before tho Bun gets up. Soleiman had divorced Isbakyeh, and had will bo chosen to succeed Justice Field. I havo tried the above and know them already married another woman. On 'inquiring from him tho cause of this he to be never failing. A Buty to Yourself! replied, "Your honor told mo that you MOOIIMAN. J as. II. It is surprising that peoplo will use a would not employ my wife again, so 1 common ordinary pill when they can A beautiful skin, bright eyes, sweet thought I would get rid of her und secure a valuable English ono for the breath, good appetite, vigorous body, marry another woman whom you would same money. Dr. Acker's English pills pure blood and good health result from employ," Blackwood's Magazine. and the uso of Do Witt's Sarsaparilla. It is are a positlvo euro for Two Queer Addresses. all liver troubles. They are small, sweet, sold by G. W, Short. Not long ago a letter caino through easily taken, and do not gripo. Sold by this postoflico addressed to "Lard Mills, Tho lato Bon All Haggiu's G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt N. II. ," which found its proper destinaname is said to have been bestowed tion at Oil Mills. N. II. A letter ad& Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. upon him by his father out pf regard dressed to "Roast Pig, Mass.," was defor u pasha who unco befriended him The City of Paducah is a new boat when Mo was ;v wauilerer in foreign ciphered by tho Boston mail clerks to bo intended for Dcdliam, and there it was Jefrersonvillo last week. launched at lands without money or friends. Now delivered to tho person for whom it was the copper kii.e wealth la estimated at Intended. Concord Monitor. Buy the Monarch Shirt. 140.000.000. IT WAS ARSENIC So Says Dr. Joseph Hopson About Pleaso allow mo space to mako a correction. Why it is that brother A. M. Hardin, Secretary of the County Assembly, persists in suppressing and misrepresenting tho proceedings of tho Assembly is unaccountable, at least to me. At tho last County Assembly held at Stcphensport, resolutions were passed by a majority vote, directing him to have them published in several newsjiapers. cents voted out of the and twenty-fiv- e treasury and handed him to pay jiostage on same. To assist him in getting. them ofT I wrote three or four copies, and signed them as president, and handed them to him to sign and forward. Forsomedays ho refused to send off any, but finally sent only what I had written and refused to even sign them as Secretary, which was clearly his duty to do. The result was, only the P. F. published the resolutions, with only my name signed as president, and a garbled and mistate-meof resolutions was published in the Owensboro Journal. I also sent a copy to the Meade News, and had signed the secretary's name also, not then thinking of any wrong on his part, for there was no reason for any. It now seems from tho worthy secretary's report as published in tho'RiiKCK-en'iiiixi- k Nkwn, that there has been a County Assembly held at Lodiburg, without any President, or as tho worthy Secretary's report contains tho name, only, of a brother that was not president of the Assembly at all. For every man in that meeting knows I was tho legally elected president and did so act at that meeting until lato in the evening when I vacated the chair, calling the brother Samuel Robertson, to take my place as president pro tern, which ho did and continued to act as such up to the close of the Assembly, late in the night when brother L. R. Helm and tho other officers were elected, the lost business transacted. If our worthy secretary had used tho name of brother Samuel Rohcrtson as president pro tern, it would have been all right and proper, and I would never have said a word about it, but as it was tho worthy Secretary ignored both tho highest officials of the Assembly, it then becomes my duty to make the proper correction, for the good of the order, and I would be struggling to unworthy motives if I did not do so. T. S. FnvMinE. UnniKKNUiiKu: Nuws. nt . . . . King lleiie tffi Iltcnril jljo Slr ofioumler a:ju. One producing daughter. Two in with i iiiulrr 2u- N'iiIwcmmI, when lheiti(p King ltne Ik now, luul nnl q tn the lift. -j sa llliinilln t D.im nfj - ':!"fiiciBte l'c Patron .1:1.1 i. i Wm. Deering & Co., Binders and Mowers , fl)ll'?lllf;, ? S i Matnlirlno Chief 11. Itiml.iiih-- i Sire of oumlcrjiin. tcr li.m' J und III MimSi, Mure. lliirth Dam of j under Jtjo. f i I Itnmhlctoulan Sire Bay stallion, foaled April 2.Td, 1888. Will bo 10 hands and weigh IL'00 jiounds. Bred and raised, by II. C. McDowell AKon, "Ashland," Lexington, Ky., anil owned by W. W. WILLIAMS, SPLENDOR, ; Dictator 1.1 ' vv Klre of in under Jyo. ( Daughand Ami with 6. ter h ; 1 m-in- mvrcpuo. Clara, dam of daughters of n- . - Cnrit.i Henderson, Ky. nlntcni inml broththem er to Splendor, and certain to euttr the Jljo INMhU te .iron. lljin of 7 full 'i " tonf Miss llutlcr Dam of Maud llutlcr :;S i, idle in the d un of I'halla-mooand t, fire of under il.V, dam D. Monroe 1:2$ -l MU Duroc j;jq I.ulu i;n) .j Maud llutter, trl il iiiHi-- i And ;randumof Mnllle Me, two jyS jeur old trial Decov, trial jyi ami a quarter at a gait ofiiuS The Dam of Hrawn Chief, lre ol Maggie K 2:201.4 Dexter Alma Astnrll And cramlam of Itiuii dam of 1'rincton Dimill'K Mamhrtiio, fire ... .... ... ... .... ... ... - 41 under i:tn h.ie 70 und hi 10. III kouh ' 1:11 ,.; j:io,. i:jy) i:jS,j.4 htorla of the ii vsss9aamatMtiiSis vssm Vl'iKM4k1fci2:'ti 5Tliyitlif.S4..'lWJrUrAI.fMlU OU1M -- (All .it 1 M And of the dams of Lady Maiolica O Altamont And grandson of MnMc Genet In S llettle (ones 2:16 2tic visvUMrajiia&'lMiii,waw'ah.tJ!t Headquarters for iYU , - Ac, Ac. Farm Terms $J5.00 cash or twelve months note at time of service, with Sl'LKXDOH, is for service at llasin Spring return privilege. Limited to fifteen iooi mares. Good pasturage at r0 cents a week, tor full pedigree mid any further W. W. WILLIAMS, Henderson, Ky , particulars, pleaso address Pr JOSEPH BLAND, Irvlnglon. Ky. 2:28 2!lS 2:1a 1.4 12 Six Centuries of Work and Wages. ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, Seventh and Market Streets, Kentucky. Louisville, Having sold out our entire interest in the hotel on Jefferson street, wo have removed to our old stand that we occupied for years so successfully at Seventh and Market streets, are now fitting it up in elegant shape new throughout, and the outfit in every way will be elegant, including one of Halo's Safety Passenger and Baggago Elevators with all the lato improvements. o Wo want all of our old friends to come and see us in our old home. We you that our Rooms, Tablo and Service shall bo second to none in the land. My wife, Mrs. Jo. B. Alexander, wants to be remembered to all herjady friends and she will be glad to see them nnd give them a hearty reception. FARE $2.00 PER DAY. pro-mis- EMPIRE CORN DRILLS, BROWN'S CORN PLANTERS, URA CLIPPER, AVERY, MEIKLE, SOUTH BEND PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS and Hay Rakes, II. J. & L. SINGLE SHOVEL PLOWS. BUGGIES, CARTS, PHEATONS and SPRING WAGONS, LIME, SALT, CEMENT, BRICK, SHINGLES and LATHS, DOORS and SASH. FARM MACHINERY Celebrated Cleveland Dryer Fertilizers. PAINTS ! STOVES A careful inspection - PAINTS ! STOVES! PAINTS STOVES ! I of Goods and Prices is solicited before buying. HENSLEY & JOLLY, Fanners' Supply House, Hardinsiiuro. Ky. JO. B. ALEXANDER, Manager. DUNN 8l GO' :b:r,a: u TRADE MAliK. THE Cor. A. W.Jones, I.ATK AI.EXANDKll'S WULILAKIL IIOTKL, Court-Hous- e, TtfOROUGpLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Bates $2.50 Per Day. Jeflerson, Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. I0GAN, Manager. PurelawioneMeal s V l- J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Mai shall, Clerks. - every WATERPROOF COLLAR on BE UP , TO THE MARK CUFF aEaavLfaotMreca. Oaoly Toy I 1 I I lj ll At IftS Kot to JNTot THAT CAN BE RELIED ON GREGOKY & CO., Agents, CLOVERPORT, KY. A I'litlier'i Kln. father was seeing his son off on the cars for some distant point There was BEARS THIS MARK. to PlstooloarS TRADE gtgsll-t- ! A post-ofiic- station a moment of quiet conversation between the two. perhaps a few words of such advice as a father should give a sii. and then the train came thundering into the As the latter, a tall fellow, well along in his "teens." stepped on the platform, he extendi his hand and his lips to his l, father. There was a gentle kiss of and the two separated. There was no gush, no nonsense, no affectation; ju"t theexpressirmof fatherly tenderness that had followed that son since he lay in the cradle. Is there any danger of that boy straying from the path affectionately pointed out by his father? Or is there any danger of that father ever having to excuse that son because ho is "sowing wild oats?" We think not The gentle power of a mother's kiss has been sung by poets, but is there not also a wealth of tenderness and a lasting memory for good in the kiss of a father? Hartford Peat. faro-wel- afac-simil- Scaring tll Conscience. Of all her curious customs Loudon cannot boast of a more singular one than that formerly so strictly adhered to at Holland house, one of the most historic old mansions in tho British capital. The hist of the Lords Holland shot himself during a fit of despondency: everything pointed to a clear case of self murde", yet the Holland family could never be dissuaded from tho notion that the old man had laen murdered by some unknown assassin. Accordingly, overy night for years it was tho custom for one of the family to go to the rear of the house punctually at 1 1 o'clock and fire a gun, for the purpose, it is said, of "scaring the couscienco" of the murderer. This curious practice is a relic of modi-mvdays in continental Europe, and tho case to point is probably the only instanco where it has been noticed since the days of the Crusades. St. Louis al Tlie Wisdom uf the Ancient. U-ULDr. Talmago li very vigorously Ol to believe that the Nineteenth centuri had not absorbed all tho won ders of the ages. Jerusalem was a wonderful city, with wonderful architecture nothing like It in all the ages. Tho NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. reservoirs of Jerusalem were built with cement as jierfect today as it was when ONLY LINEN-LINE- D the trowel laid it 1,000 years before Christ. That dentistry had reached an MARKET. COLLAR IN advanced stago was shown by tho filling of tho teeth of the mummies at Cairo. Solomon knew all about the circulation ! of blood. Job knew all about tho refraction of light. Isaiah knew that the world was round when ho said, "Tho Lord is seated on tho circle of the earth." Ancient art exFurniture in celled the modern. Tyrian purple couldn't bo made now. Pliny describes endless variea malleable glass that one could tie around his wrist. Tho Nineteenth cent- ty. T am now ury couldn't produco a Damascus blade. back at my old Wo have great cities, but Babylon wa3 five times larger than London. "I be- stand and regin to wonder," said Dr. Talmago, "if solicit the world hasn't forgotten more than it spectfully kuows. But what this age does excel the patronage o tp-B- -Ji in," he continued, "is morality. There the public were never so many good men and women as now. It is the result of the influence of Christianity." Washington Mark. THE THE WATERPROOF HEEE "WE AHE AGAIN-- 1 Ir&LtZT Post cvrw .. crvmtni bcvchtv FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. To euro Biliousness, Sick Headache, Constipation, Malaria, Lbcr Complaints, take tho safo and certain remedy, SMITH'S IGHTNIN6 &. BILE BEANS buttle). SMAIXNUc tJo tho TIIEV AUG THE (40 lUUo Beans to tho MOST COKTENISNT. All Akos. SuitAblo lor 20c. per Ilottlo. Price of qltlier lac ww APE $y xy fae $ g w FOR MAfci U3E k??ftffPAXo m f$M BEAST pR Co. MENT uWtfM CliREf Smull I'ay for Many ftirM. The average wages of 150,000 ill fated i iWJII 1 fcAWtlleJ far t UfEp For. The ftfl- - 2Y&Aitf CU. P.r.JMITH&CO.Ua.r.ofWLEnKA.ss.-ST.tOOI- (eopjxri S r llimpi). MO. Me APPLICATION "-- New working girls of Now York is CO cents a day, and that includes the income of the stylish cashiers who get $2 a day as well as the unfortunate girls who receive 80 cents a' day in tho east side factories and shops. Tho lot of the average saleswoman who has not the help and shelter that parents or a married brother or sister could share is hard indeed. Ono has only to look into the pale, pinched faces of these o0r girls to know that thousands of them aro actually starving to death. And that, too, in New York. -- New York World. OlfficRlCAN ?OWW. KStiifl ay;aaswwi4iA''iM J. II. Hickma.v, Pres't. C, W. liiiANSFOiiu, Vicu-Proa'- PEEDYtfVbT CRur FTt?o. RKHArW-TAYtPMED- I jrgr If t. W. A. Knnuirr, Sec. & "XqbjcyJV! j 1p?i,,L "'" . rr" Try": ,ji tj fst 'H'''"j"yw-'- fyvyl i Arraph!etof Information andab- nrscior iuojaw,tnowiiitf now to; varuaik iTaaeA utrzt, tuprriKBu, imi JTtuj .iummunn a. s30l nrondwar. vuduuii'-i'iiivihi Silk from Uemp. A substance having all the essential qualities of silk lias been mado from wild hemp of Japan. Tiio plant grows on moors and hillsides, nnd could lie TKe cultivated. The fiber is strong and LOUISVILIiH!, ICY. glossy, aqd several silk factories aro slid PuWriptlon Ratri, dully and Punday, $10.00 to have found it to bo in no way inferior a yea- -, bally without Sunday, $100 a year, Sunday, $5.01) a year, Weekly, $1.00 a year. to silk. New York Journal. I A nr lata. uu.j C0llrr 3urnkl .s Courier-Journal rervere Woman. another! But yon if your father dis- The Weekly sick-headac- "What! yon love said you'd marry mo owned you." "I know. But he you seel" American didn't disown Grocer. mo, Hal the largest .circulation of any Democratic Newipxper In the United States and propmes to double or treble Its already large circulation. BY GV,NG AWAY EACH DAY to some one a splend'd High Arm Sewing Maohine or a Handsome Full Gold Watch, ABSOLUTELY 1'ItKE, Sample particulars in Weekly copy free. Seud for one. Address, W. N. 1IALDEMAN, Company, President Courier-JournLocisviLLt, Kt. Courier-Journa- THE OWENSBORO," X'ie MANUFAOTURIID BY ro "sTsbgron. Co. HOW AND EVERY t Material & Workmanship Unsurpassed. Durability, Style & Finish Unequalled. Night is sent for slumber, but who can sleep with a severo cough, unless they take "C C.C. Certain Cough Cure" and cure it. Sold by J. W, Owen. Examino Babbago's no w lino of queens-ware, Manufacturers of Wagons, Drnys and Dump Carta. Capacity 25 wagons a day, witli a rapidly growing trade extending over eighteen Southern and Western States and wherever intoduced is universally considered the best wagon on tho market, l'on 8i.b by . B. F. BEARD, DILLON & CO.,