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Digital page images are linked to the text file. !w r'wyi I)d miU nnt to reach steady - in this pari tml llhi ml piirt.li l Hie miwtry Jim i.ui do II KtohSsSB 3 J!. irj JtiJI ir- lifuucli llic of tills p!ili i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1891. year, wo should bo content with the great blessing; nnd when wo hear from our miles r Valparaiso, is situated dearest girl nnd mo inclined to bo homeis, no (loiibt, one of the wist of sick, wo should remember thnt some most enterprising cities oflmliaiia. To dnys must lie dark and dreary. thii render who knows but littlo about Hespect fully if there tire any, the titiestion, A STrnnxT. "What makes it so progressive I" will this I shall respond naturally nrlso. To Happy Hoosiers. thus: Win. Timmons, Postmaster of Idaville, let. Its situation is one of the most Intl., writes: "Electric Bitters lias dono healthful to bo found anywhere in the more for mo than nil other medicine comcountry, bined, for that bad feeling nrising from 2d. It railroads, the city is well sup- Kidney nnd Liver trouble." John Leslie, sixteen passenger Don't depend on people to and yotitbiHiiieM. Keep constantly ilig;l'(: ill them through the advertising column of this paper. VOL. XV. VALPARAISO, Chu-njro- , NO. 43. DID YOU KNOW THAT IND. forty-fou- GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 1 Notice ! This column for this-phic- OORMAN & HEADQUARTERS FOR EELER, Witt That Witt That Witt GLENDEANE, KY. Dry Goods, Hats, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Dress Goods. We have just received a very Inrgc and beautiful assortment of WHITE and BLACK DRESS GOODS, which we arc closing out at ' BargainS Clovcrport Market, of Dccring Hinders and Mowers. r- - y. ' Sulky Hay Rakes. Coal Cook Stove No. 7, w'th 40 pieces of ware for $1 1. 00. 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 V plied with railroads, trains pass through the place daily; jm. Tfa wntnrworks. situated three miles from tho city, is Flint Lnku from which it receives an abundant imply of water ; 4th. The surrounding country being well adapted to agriculture, and inhabito and enterprising farmed by ers, has n tendency to aid the city ; 5th. The energy nnd industry of its well-to-d- specialty. Guns, Pishing Tackle, full line Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers, Step Ladders, Bird Cages. Rope, Sewing Machines. Tin and Iron Roofing, Guttering and Spouting put up. Repairing of all kinds or anything you may want, you can have it made by the only Tinner in Clovcrport or vicinity. Prices made by the leading Hardware and Stove dealer in the city. J. L. HELLER'S And for less. money than any houso in town. Call and see him., CLOVERPORT.KY Eggs for Sale. Comb White Leighorn Chicken and can furnish Eggs a $1.00 for settlug at the pen, or $1.50 per setting by express. Sly chickens are pure stook and the Lest layers in the country. Satisfaction guaranteed. Addpess DAVIS C. JOHNSON, Bewleyvllle, Ky. I have the tingle Louisville, Stf Louis &Texas R. R. Co. , SCHEDULE TIME Taltliiff Effect At5:00o,clckA,H,,Sanda7,M0,)1990 .. nsro. 17. Wat Bound Traint KxprU Kxpr'i DauiT Dally 025pm 0 40 7 20 7 25 7 45 8 8 'J 9 9 05-i- Eatt Bound Traint Kxpr'n HxprH Dally Dally Ivr, v ' STATIONS 765 8 01 8 07 9 9 814 A" 8 22 8 30 889 8 47 '10 10 9 9 961 20 00 03 20 27 37 40 40 9 0fr"'-Iv.Un'n Dp't..ar 1 05 860 Kentucky St. 12 60 1210pm 810 West Point 12 07pm 805 Howard 11 Mini 7 45 Rock Haven 7 35 I.orif Ilranch 1143 7 2U Brandenburg 11 34 7 22 Meade Springs 1130 03 1012 20 0 27 Irvington Webster LoJiburg Stephenport Addison Holt Cloverport -- Kkron Ouston 1124 71b 068 049 1110 1107 1068 1051 10 42 7 07 0 41 '910 850 902 1030 1044 1049 Si....ple I'iirce 1030 1020 10 21 10 030 024 615 0 09 0 00 910 9 33 9 40 1101 910 1052 1100 1114 1137 1144 1161 11 95J U20 Mam 03pm n I.ewfiport l'owcrs I'utes 12 45 Owensboro 1100 Mnttlngly 1259 1118 Stanley 107 1120 Worthlnirtnn 117 1137 Snottsville 137 1155 liasketts liOnpm 140 l!20am 200pm ar.Henders'n lv 1)23 1)65 1)41 12 1)03 1)14 1)17 H.iwesllle Pnlcnii Cayce Sklllman I'ctrie Shops 1018 0J 965 9 44 932 9 23 917 913 9 00 8 47 551 54 J 631 521 512 6 05 6 01 4 55 4 38 1221 1235 832 8 22 425 4 17 4 0'. 808 7 69 7 47 7 28 360 719 705am "3 310pm 3 40 3 31 23 FOR MEN ONLY! raTCTWr1i!Weiknesof and Raaait. flaala SUMIO0O fallr liaator.4. Jbaalatalr LOSTcrPAILINO MANHOOD! rajlaJsTOfflftr nerU NEEVOU8 Ef BttlTYi I'llUlWrrtef Body Mind, Effects Haw to talarf aa lrtultnKlI,t;ilDXTXUIPXDOHaX8riBTIjUtllSDT. rll(r HOBK THUT.1TBatSt. la a itj. Mn(Mt!lrrraitoauiaaaa4rnl(mCUitri. lTrtUlk.au Baak. aiptaaallaa SflS raefB Ballad (aaalad) fra. Dflariat! Mim ERIE MEOIOA1. CO., BUFFALO, N. Y. 7m Va JaTaTaTaV SV JlaTaTaTaTjV..V wmjmt THE BEST The largo number of students who gather hero from every state in the Union, and also from other countries d nnd are, as a general thing, boys-angirls. Tho abovo with a great many other things which I have not space to mention, all combine to make the city a progressing one and n pleasant one in which to live. Tho gentleman who wrote from this placo u shoit time ngo, speaks of the different wnys by which the people here distinguish us whomo they cnll Southernersfrom the people who live in the North. I would have nearly agreed with him, had he not mentioned the Democracy, ho says that they claim thnt is a quality which never fails. Now in this ho surely is lnibtnko;, nnd if ho is not, our associates here nre of a different opinion as regards polities. Of courso, this could easily be the case, nnd I suppose it is, for I believe him an honest gentleman. Tho way I have found this to be is, when they, tho people here, ilnd out that n person is a Kentuckian, they rest assured that bo is a Republican. Tliero are, of course, exceptions to this rulo ; but they tell about seven times out of ten. Although I fall below tho medium in height as I do in almost everything thnt is n good sign by which they go. But the surest way they have of telling us is, no doubt' by our articulation. Hew Ferry, of Chicago, delivered a very instructive lecture here last Saturday nigrt ; subject, "Habits nnd Customs of tho People in India." Surely no one listened to his lecture without feeling thnt his lot wns an excellent one compared with thnt of the people of Indin. Tho most entertaining lecture to which I have ever listened, wus delivered hero in College Chapel a few weeks ago by Col. James Sanford ; subject, "Old Times and New." Sanford is a man of wide experience; ho has crossed the ocean nearly fifty times, has traveled nil through Europe, .Asia and Africa. Ho described tho Great Sahara Desert, China, Palestine and a great many other places in such a way that not one could keep from being interested in his lecture, ns a lecturer ho is unsurpassed ; and as an orator, surely ho has no peer on tho American Continent. Next Saturday there will bo nn excursion from this plnce to Chicago ; quito n number are going and, of course, they anticipate a pleasant trip. It would not bo doing justico to tho city, nor to Prof. Drown, if I were to conclude without speaking of the flourishing condition of tho Northern Indiana Normal school. There has been during tho past year nn average of over eighteen-hundre- d students in attendance. Tho school is divided into terms of ten weeks each. At tho close of each torm, thero are four or five, yes, sometimes six or seven hundred that leavo, and others conio in nnd 1111 their places. Surelv there is not another man in the United States who can organize such an army of students nnd get them into working order ns quickly as Prof. Brown. At the end of each term, tho school closes on Thurs-dnby the noxt Tuesday everything seems a chaos ; but by Thursday everything is going on in perfect harmony. Bight hero I wiph to remark that Breckenridge county ought to feel proud, nnd I am suro sho will, to know that sho has n sou here, namely, Mr. Joel II. Pile, of near Ilurdinsburg, who takes tho lend in all of his elates, oven in so large an institution ot learning as this. Mr. Pile has been very successful as a teacher, nnd if ho only continues his studies, lie enn, in a short time, justly be classed among the leading educators of tho country. Tho weather here for tho past month has been very nice, nnd fnrmcrs have been nnd nro busily engaged planting their crops. When, for recreation, or a plensero trip I go into tho country and see the farmers at work, nnd henr the familiar words "git up tliero Jack," my mind js reverted to my own dear country home. And while thus situated, pondering on tho differences of school life and farm life, the following lines rise up before me. (ith. good-heartegood-nntured d st y, citions; farmer and stockman of same placo says : "Find Electric Bitters to be the best Kidney and Liver medicine, makes mo feel like a new mnn& J. W. Gardner, hardware merchant, same town, says Electric Bitters is just the thing fora man who is nil run down and don't care whether he lives or dies; ho found new strength good appetite and felt just liko lie had n new lease on life. Only 50c. n bottle, at G. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., nnd J. A Witt's, Hnrdinsburg, Ky. prices which will astonish you. DRESS GOODS. In Dress Goods we nro displaying Black and Embroidered Mulls. Black Embroidered Skirting twenty-seve- n an assortment of Plaids, Stripes, Checks Government Expense. inches deep nt prices ranging from Tho annual expenditures of tho United ant' solid Colors at unprccedentcdly low 35 cts. to $1.00 per yard. Also n full lino Stntes nro nt present in round numbers ranging in prices. Call and see the beauties we nro of Wliito Skirting Goods, $450,000,000. Tho animal expenditures prices from 3o cts. to 80 cts. per yard. for tho next two yenrs will bo about displaying. Calicos, including Indigos nt 5 cts. $500,000,000. So gradually has this per ynrd. enormous expenditure crown that tho Wo have just received a beautiful lincof pcoplo have become insensible to its magnitude. Something of tho latter may bo comprehended by compnrison. The United Stntes is tho grentest whent producing mnrket in tho world ; it is the grentest ont producing country in tho world. The vnlue of last year's Which we are selling at prices which astonish every one who wheat crop wns $14,000,000; tho oats examine the line. crop, In GROCERIES we lead in prices, we arc selling them regardless It .will tako the entire crop of wheat of cost. and oats in this country to pay next Call and sec our line, the most complete ever brought to the country year's expenses of the government. Thero is in tin's country nn nnnunl product of gold of $33,000,000; of silver, $151,000,000; of copper, $33,000,000; of GLENDEANE, UvY. iron, $107,000,000; of coal, $191,000,000; We aro also agents for the Celebrated 'Studebaker" wagons an of petroleum, $24,000,000; of lead, That Witt it Meador have tho cheapest line of Shoes in town. & Meador have marked their goods down in reach of all. & Meador have the best lino of dress goods in town. That Witt & Meador have the best trade in Hardinshnrrr. r. That Witt & Meador havo the best assortment of Gent's Neckwea j and Suspenders ever exhibited in Hardinsburg. That Witt & Meador aro the leading Druggists in Hardinsburg. That Witt & Meador have the best Garden Seed on tho market. That Witt & Meador aro doing tho business of this place. That Witt & Meador have the best lino of Cigars and Tobacco in town That Witt & Meador invite special attention of tho Ladies and Young Men. Ladies, call and see our lino 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 lino in town. s h: o e s i ARE SELLING THE BEST LOT OF IN TOWN. & Meador ( ii " . :l WITT & MEADOR, HARDINSBURG, KY. n Sprin, Clothin; t- -t Pi S3 CD MOORMAN & BEELER, the "Oliver Chilled" Plow. Wo sell tho Horse Shoe brand "Fertilizer's" manufactured by the All the gold, silver, copper, iron, coal, petroleum and lend produced in this North Western Fertilizer Co., Chicago, 111. This is a very high grade country last year could not pay tho ex- of Fertilizer, tho best on tho market, call and get our price before penses of the government for the same buying. Wo will save you from 10 to 15 per cent. $15,000,000. wool, or all the barley, wine, potatoes and tobacco produced in this country In a yenr could not do it. Tho national banks of this country hnvo n combined capitalization of One year's expenses of the government would nil but swallow up this sum. zn The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil priccsj can be found at length of time. All the cotton, all tho Woman's Noblest Sphere. Tho relation which cxcrcifecs the greatest Influence over mankind whether for good or evil, is undoubtedly the domestic. So strong is tho attraction of the sexes for ench other thnt where it is not satisfied tliero must always exist a measure of discontent, which is suro to bo an impediment in the struggle of life, resulting to often in a lowering of mental nnd moral qunlities, and a lessening of the energy nnd resolution which are needed in the sovere contest of the world. Sertiment waived, the man wlwo is happily married finds a degree of comfort, contentment, peace of mind nnd stimulus to exertion which makes it comparatively easy to do his best. Could the story of human life bo told, it would bo found that these influences havo been powerful factors in producing tho best achievement of tho world, and that unsuspected numbers of men, who have been most honored, as well ns tho multitudes of the unknown, have owed the largest part of their work to tho happy condition of their domestic life. This is tho best explanation of that increasing deferenco that hns been paid to woman as civilization has developed. It has not arisen from n mere chivalric instinct, leading to n delicate consideration of the weaker sex, but it lias been due to tho growing recognition of woman's power to help in tho battle of life, not by actual conflict herself, but by inspiring man to bear himself bravely nnd by creating tho conditions under which bo can do his work well. This, notwithstanding efforts to broad en her sphere, will always be woman's Tho woman who has noblest work. found tho man to whom she can bo nn aspiration, making him toil easily and happily for her sake, has found tho widest possible sphere. The instincts of every woman lend her to seek this; whatever else woman seok is probably sought becnuso thoy hnvo been denied or disappointed in this direction. A Success. $599,-000,00- 0. The First Symptoms ofDeath. Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in various parts of the body, sinking at tho pit of tho stomach, loss of appetite, feverish ness, pimples or sores, nro nil positive evidenco of poisoned blood. No mnttcr how it beenmo poisoned it must bo purified to avoid dentil. Dr. Acker's English Blood Elixir hns never failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poison. Sold under a positive gunranteo byG. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt& Meador, Hardinsbunr, Ky. GUSTON. Corn planted from ten days to two weeks Inter than usual. Mr. D. J. M. Smith, of Garfield, was circulating in this neighborhood last week. Two or three considerable frosts last week, consequently garden vegetables were damaged considerable in some places. The fruit crop seems to bo nil right yet. Tho midge that hns destroyed tho oat crop the past two years, is now on tho wheat, but has done very little, if any, damage to that crop. It is here much earlier than usual. The crop has been a very promising ono but is needing rain and warm weather nt present. Tbo owners of rcnl estnto nt Irvington, Jiavo shown ns generous a disposition to men of business enterprise, ns nny other town of her age nnd size in tho Stnte. Hettly more so than some of them have horo. Howover, it seems a certainty now thnt this town is to have one of tho enterprises, that Irvingtoiij seemed to hnvo had in her clutches. Thnt Frog Canning Factory, (not Toad Frog Factory of course,) tho company is already organized. However, nt this writing, wo enn't state the names of nil the officers, but Jim Wright, is president, Leu Holt, secretnry, nnd probnbly Snako Ncafus, janitor. It is n homo company, nnd they hnvo had very little experience in public busineas, so tlioy concluded thnt it would bo ncting the part of wisdom to secure tho service ofsomo ono of business experience, and it seems that they found in tho person of Billy Bowley, the vory man for tho position, as they hnvo rondo several shipments of their frogs Eastward, with the most sntisfnetory results, nnd Billy is moro thnn satisfied with the remuneration that ho hns received for his services. If this enterprise progresses ns it seems nlmost certain to now, wo may have occasion to speak of it hereafter. Iloynl Germetucr is established ns n vrTJ remarkable success. Thousands of testiWe carrv n Ijirrrn sissorrmont nf FTnrnnoa nf nnr mim mnnn.iti...n monials attest its virtue. Many of these at prices to suit the times. Below we quote prices of Harness made aro given by men and women of the from pure Oak Tanned Leather. highest standing in the most honored Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar $5.50, SG.50, $7.50, 89.00 walks of life. and $12.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, 81.75, In tho midst of a nourishing and rap2.50, $3.50, $4.00, 4.50, $5.00, $7.00 and $10.00. We carry a line idly increasing business, the prico is reduced from $1.00 to $1 per bottle. This of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at We carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, The is dono in tho interest of thoso whoso very low prices. circumstances in life, deter them from Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertainpaying tho higher prico. The rich will ing to the trade. We have a large lino of Collars, Hames and Chains, buy it at nny price, but tho managers Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds feel that a medicine which possesses such wonderful powers should bo placed of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay vou to examine our stock. within the reach of the poor. Many hnvo snid that Gcrmetuer was tho cheapest medicine on the market. When it is remembered that n bottle of Germetucr makes u gallon of medicine ready for use, it is certainly cheaper than ordiOF nary niedicino in a bulk, and when tho powers of tho niedicino are taken into HARDINSBURG, KY. account, the price amounts to almost - Proprietor BOING.TURPIN, nothing. Tliis house is now open for busiGermetucr is tho coming success thnt ness. It has been thoroughly overhas already conio. Ask your druggist hauled, repaired and refurnished Capital Stock $25,000. for it, und if ho cannot supply you write throughout and is now in first-clas- s to E. M. Coleman, General Representacondition. We solicit the traveling D. F. BKAKD, President. tive, Louisville, Ky. Send for book conWILL MILLEK, public to give us a call. Rates M. II. BKAKD, Cashier. taining particulars and history of wonreasonable. derful cures. Q. W. BEAHD ) B. G. TURPIN, Prop'r. Bo W&MMMmW 9S5 .V id- roir- BANK Hambleton House HAEDINSBUEG Uostuu'a Oldest House. MORRIS KSKRIDOB J R. M. JOLLY. INTEREST - Directors, WaWaW r CHEAPEST CONSIDEniNQ -- w MEDICINE also cttejo DYSPEPSIA, LIVER - CHILL CURE. MEDICINE JCNOWN QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. BILIOUSNESS, irr wxxjj AND CHBONIO CONSTIPATION. C. C. MARTIN, Clovorport, DRUQQIST. NEXT DOOB BELOW POST OFFICE. Ky Confirm our statement when wo say thnt Dr. Acker's English Itcmedy is in every way superior to nny and all other preHis love fore lore Increases parations for tho Throat nnd Lungs. In As he studies day by day ; Whooping Cough nnd Croup, it is magic The hardships that he fiirst endured Are fading fast away. nnd relieves nt onco. Wo ofTer you a No more he dreads the lessons freo. Kemembor, this sample-- ' bottle That once were hard to get) Bemedy is sold on a positive gunranteo. mind grows comprehensive, The For Snlo by G. W. Short, Clovorport, Though the brow docs not grow wet. Ky., nnd Witt & Mendor, Hnrdinsburg, farAlthough it Js tolerably hard for mer boys to lie in school this time of Ky. I'rom the larm nnd from the gnrden I'rom the fuctnry iind the mill, Where the imiacle Is developed And the mind Is standing still, Comes the youth with il.irk foreboding Of tho hardship and the pain He'll endure while be Is trying To turn muscle Into brain. . Our Very Best People What is generally belioved to bo tho oldest houso standing in Boston has been transferred from ono ostato to another for tho first time in over 200 yenrs. Tho property is known as tho Wells mansion. Tho sale was mndo by tho Wells estate to Mr. A. Ratshesky, a Hebrew millionaire. This interesting' relic of tho colonlnl period, now used for a store nnd tenements, bears n strong resemblance in its stylo of architecture to tho old Dickens houso in London. It is n two story frnmo structure, very substantial and likely to last another generation, if not torn down to mnko room for a modern building. Tho striking peculiarity of its exterior ia that its second story projects six inches La Grippe Again. or moro beyond tho walls of tho first a During the epidemic of La Grippo last freak of construction that ennnot be for on nny known ground of season Dr. King's New Discovery for Tho Consumption, Coughs and Colds, proved practical uso or ornamentation. Reports from titlo wns examined into by John T. Hasto bo the best remedy. san, who discovered thnt it had not prethe many who used it confirm this state- viously been inquired into sinco 1G81, ment. Thoy were not only quickly re- when it camo into tho possession of the lieved, but the discaso left o bad nftcr forefathers of tho present comptrollers results. Wo nsk you to givo this remedy of the Wells estate. Boston Post n trail and we guarantee that you will bo No nseof oxjwrimenting further when satisfied with results or tho purchnso price will bo refunded. It has no equal '"C.C.C. Certain Chill Cure." is gtiaran-tee'- d to cure Chills and Fever, and is in La Grippo, or nny Throat, Chest or Lung Trouble. Trial bottles freo af G. delightful to tako. Sold by J. W. Owen. W. Short's Drug Store Ijirgo bottles, Quinino racks tho nerves, "C.C.C. Cer50c. and $L tain Chill Cure" racks Malaria nnd Mr. Cleveland's Address. Tho address of Mr. Cleveland nt tho Chills. No cure, no pay. Sold by J. W. celebration of tho Young Owen. Men's Gcrmnn Associntion of Buffalo, Olva 'Km the Rand. delivered last night, is one of tho best An English naturalist who has been public addresses ho hns mndo and is in- out to seo tho whale in his native stinct with a fino American spirit. Ho pastures estimutes that a full grown commends tho Germans heartily for tho whale, driving ahead nt full speed, could courso thoy took "when tho Govermont brenk down any breakwater over built, nnd that the sweep of his lower jaw is of tho country of their adoption was equal to the forco of a thirty horso power by rebellious hands," nnd ho urges engino working at full speed. If you of an American on them tho cultivation mcetawhalo while out in your canoe patriotism. Tho nddrcss wns evidently givo him tho road. Detroit Free Press. propnred with care, and evidently imDr. Aoker's English Pills portance is attached to it, as it was bent out to tho, press by mail in ndvnnco of Aro nctivo, cflectivo nnd puro. For sick delivery. It is possiblo thnt whilo every- headache, disordered stomach, loss of body is rending President Hnirison'a appetite, bad complexion and biliousspeeches, Mr Cleavlnnd wants to put in ness, thoy hnvo novor been equaled, a rominder that ho is somewhat of a cither in America or abroad. For Salo Ky., nnd speech-make- r himself. Louisville Com- by G. W. Short, Clovcrpc-rtWitt & Mendor, Hnrdinsburg, Ky. mercial. semi-centcnni, PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Loulsvl'le,Hardlnsburg & Western R. R. If You Have CONSUMPTION COUGH OR No. 5 TIME TABLE. Taking Effect at 5.00 o'clock a. m. Sunday September 28, 1890. East Hound Trains West Hound Traint Daily Daily Daily Dally STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun ex Sun. ex Sun No. 2 No. G No. 5 No. 1 6 30 am 11 15.im I.v lrvinjfton Ar 9 45un 6 45p Garfield 912 460 1142 715 11 M.I in 4 2d Ilarned 852 737 4 10 12 05pm 8 44 Junction 7 45 4 00 8 87 1213 II.irdlnslnirK 7M 12 23 8 28 3 48 828 Junction 8 15 12 3ti 8 52 Kirk 323 12 47 Jolly 803 300 910 7 44 Olendeane 9 47 105 220 7 29 12U liockv.ilc 140 1015 7 20 ltuth 129 129 1029 12 48 7 12 Askins 1041 1SS 12 24 Oaks 148 0S7 1101 11 20pm 2 00pm ArFordsvillel.vJ 6 45.1 m 12 00m I I GOLD BRONCHITIS Throat Affection Wasting of Eesii SCROFULA tht Throat and Lunpt r Inflamed, lack of Strength or Xerv I'Qieer, you can In relieved and Cured by Or anyJla$ vhire SCOTT'S EMULSION PURE COD LIVER OIL J.$Ufor Seott't EmuJtton, and let no planatlon or toUcttatlon induct you accept THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AIR LINE, (L. E. & ST. L. R. R.) With Hypophosphltes. PALATABLE AS MILK. 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Short. jfoshyp. ,Breckenridge News, " ", THE GREAT CONVENTION. A FULL TICKET NAMED BY THE DEMOCRACY. "" WEDNESDAY, "" MAY 110, 1891. JNO. D. tt VlllUII. O. IJAIlHAGIi, Hdlloriid Governor-JO- HN Licut-GoAttorney-Gen- Proprietors. tiiu TicKirr. YOUNG DROWN. M. C. ALFORD. fi.,St. Ii. AT. Local Time Cnrd. pk V Mall and Express going East u West Express " Eat Ji Weit " Eait Local Freight ii West - 10.05 11.07 S.48 9 27 11.18 -- 10.04 a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. . W. J. HKNDRICK. I.. C. NORMAN. Treasurer II. S. HALE. Reg. Land Office J. B. SWANGO. Auditor CincuiT Court adjourned iitllnwcsville yesterday. Twki.vk inches of (mow fell last Friday nt Sherman, Wyoming. Supt. Pub. Inst. E. P. THOMPSON. Clerk Court of Appeals A. ADDAMS. The great Democratic Convention is over. The boys in tho trenches have all returned homo feeling better, sonic of them, for having been there, and helped elect their favorites, and others a Httlo sore over defeat. But they all rejoice in one thing, and that is their Democracy and whether the nominees are exactly to their choosing or not, they are now none the less btrong in their devotions to their party and its several standard bearers. The Convention met on Wednesday and adjourned on Saturday night being in session four days with sessions each night. The attendance was tho largest ever Every known at a State Convention. section and county in the state was w itli large delegations and the city of Ixniisville and Liederkranz Hall were taxed to their utmost to accommodate the great throng of Kentucky's Democratic hosts. It was a grand meetoccasion, a real feast ing, a of Democratic oratory, anil soul-stirrin- g weather is havThe present ing a damaging effect upon the wheat cool dry crop. l'nEsiDKNT Harrison in his late tour over the States traveled over 10,000 miles and made 140 speeches. . da-nag- The forest fires have been doing great to property, in "Wester l Pennsylvania and Michigan, the past week. PitnsiiiE.vrllarrison and his party, who havo been making a tour of the states, returned to Washington last Friday. Ciiaiii.es Moore, the slayer of William Showers has been released from jail at Elizabethtown under a bond of $.1,000. "With Dili understanding t Placed tny name on the roll, prepared to give ami take without rvm looking lo tee from vvliere the blows came. 1 expected to get hit, and hit back I did. My friends were ardent, my opponents bitter; jet now when I look on your kindly fares I know that ou Imro Apnlause. to inc. 110 personal hven If I I.11UW that any and all of ou did I would ac1 fiends, cept the rcvull without a murmur. loyal and true, it )ou have seen what vou the hand of an assasoin raised lo strike uie a)e, if )ou have seen what )ou believed to be the blade- - run into the vitals, twisted and bro ken on turn your luces irom me scene ami forget it. Applause. "fart me sa) tliat if Ihcie- - lurks within the bosom of a single friend of mine n feeling thai I have been wronged, he will be untrue lit himself, to me, to his party and his country unless hu tears It from his soul this very infinite. (Applause. "ltemember that vou, too, were ardent, ag- loyal to me, and perhaps Srcssive and always measure the temper of )our weapon or the sweep of our blow. (Applause. 1 Just one word more. This Is an assemblage of Democrats, standing on a plane of duty and responsibility too high for them to sec even self or inend. l.ipplauc-- . '1 hanking you that have so gallantly and f<hfully stood by me, let uie ay that you arc now free of all obligations to me. The borderline of nil acrimony and spite, be) ond which nq true Democrat an go, is the nomination. Lay it down as the priest docs his Applause. worldly robes when he enters the temple of (Sod. Forgiveness is the crown jewel set by the hand of (Slid in the- heart of man. (AppluuM.-.-) "If there be- an) thing in tills world more beautiful than the love, devotion and friendship of one man to another whose cause lichasc)oua:d, it is that higher, that purer, that noble duty that we owe to humatlty, which can only be by Democratic harmony and success. The nomination has been made. I will be In the fight, and I know that you will be there, too." (Prolonged Applause." ill 1 ed The Texas road did n splendid business and treated tho delegates very niceTho ly in extending their tickets. managers don't know how to be any other way but courteous and obliging to their patrons. After tho nomination of Hiown Judgp Mercer took a private box surrounded by a bevy of handsomo young ladies, chief among whom was a most charming young widow. Tho Judge's nomination will be reported later on. Gen. P. Wat Hardin is the grandest man, and tho best Democrat of them all. It is the fewest number of men that can get up as ho did, and withdraw from so heated a contest, smarting under the lash of defeat ami do it in so graceful and becoming a manner. Hardin had tho most enthusiastic following of any candidate before the convention, and when he fell tho enthusiasm kept right along, gathering as it went, until tho whole Convention witli round after round of applause went up for the man. Hardin has only to name what he wants and ho can get it. BRANDENBURG. ANNOUNCEMENTS. authorlicd to annuutico (IDS. W. mCHAKUSON, as randiilnta fur re election tn the Legislature from Meads county, subject to the Bctlon of the Ileuioeratlo primary, June 13, 1091. We are authorlicd to announce ire iro a BsIMsW"OTMMli MlMMiiMifIIM T. P. CONDI IT, as a candidate fur the I.ejrlslnture In Meade county, Hnlje.'t tn tlin iirlinn nl tlio Ileum cratie Hriiunry, Juue 13, Ihlll. I hey " . JLooli -- . Convention Notes. Jim. Stone was the secretary. The State press was well represented. Bill Haynes was there from Mt. Sterling. Breckenridgc county was well represented. Tho crowd at tho Derby was estimated $100 Howard. $100. The readers of tho Bheckeniudoe News will be pleased to learn that there is nt least ono dreaded disease that science hits been able to cure in nil its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curo is tho only positive euro now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease requircsa constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of tho disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any caso that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonialsAddress F J CHENEY et CO., Toledo, O. BSTSold by Druggistt, 7oe. HARDINSBURG V. DEPARTMENT. Henderson is overjoyed over Urown's nomination for Governor. Upon his return home he was mot by all the citizens of the town headed by a brass band. The States which in ISO:.' will take part in a Presidential election for the first time are, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Washington, Idaho and g. at L'5,000. The number of visiting Democrats was estimated at 3,000. As a scientific cnrd thrower the "Kid" councilman took the cake. The crowd at the I.oiiisvillo races on Derby Day was estimated at twenty-five The Derby UmjU was a farce, running being the w orst ever witthe nessed on the tra k. thousand. is reported that the Itopublioan leaders of the state are in favor of aban- It doning Wood and Denny and bringing out Frank Finlcy as a candidate for the Gubernatorial nomination. Jim McKinzie did not carry his point in his effort to lay a substitute for Senator lilackburn's silver resolutions before the Convention, but nevertheless Kentucky is for Grover Cleveland ISO'.'. for Prcsi-di'iit'i- n Gitovr.it Cleveland made another one of his eloquent, logical, and sound Democratic speeches last week before a Democratic audience in ltullalo, that puts him in the lead for the Democratic nomination for the Presidency in 181)1', and assures him the vote of that state. GitEE.s IJ. ICatim Jr., son of the Commissioner of Pensions has been guilty of some irregularities, which have forced Secretary Noble lo demand his resignation. Young Haum is charged with trading oir three positions in the Pension ollice, and with using the Government's inouev. number of Kentucky's best speakers and orators were absent from the State A Convention, notably Hon. Henry W. C. P. Ureckenridge, John G. Carlisle and Gov. S. 11. lluckner. They did not put in appearance at all and no reason could be assigned for it, unless it was that they were playing shy of so many popular candidates. AVat-terso- n, IyOUisviu.K seems to have gotten more than her share of the big public gatherings at one time. A part of last week and this, there has been going on there at ono time, the Democratic State Convention, May Musical Festival, the meeting of the Scotch Irish Congress, the Spring Meeting of the Jockey Club and the Elks Reunion. All of these things took more people to the city than she could conveniently accommodate. With tears in his eyes President Harrison, in his speech at Indianapolis the other day, feelingly referred, to the good people of Indiana, and his former associations there among old friends. He also said that in I Ioosier soil ho desired to rest when life's labors were done Of course this was all mighty pretty talk, in advance of that important business to take place in '1)1', in which Indiana is going to take a mighty lively interest. The fight all down the line for Governor's place on the ticket was hot from the beginnig to tho end. Never before in old Kentucky were there so many earnest faithful workers for a set of candidates. While every inch of ground was strongly contested, it was noticeable that it was all done through tho best of feeling. Now that the honor falls to John Young Drown, one of Western Kentucky's most brilliant and gifted statesman, let every man of tho party come out and do his duty, and give him majority on the ticket in August. fifty-thousa- Eveuv supporter of P. W. Hardin in his late candidacy has a right to be proud of his chief. No Knight of old ever couched a more chivalrous lance. His speech to tho Convention was the of nobility. It will hand him down the corridors of time as tho great chevalier of modern times. That speech could havo been made only by a grand spirit. In such a climax, only the great can rise to such sublime heights, and to Hardin must be accorded forever a place among the great. To Dispel Colds, Headaches and Fevers, to cleanse tho system effectually, yet gently, when costive or bilious, or when tho blood Is Impuro or sluggish, to permanently euro habitual constipation, to awaken the kidnoys and liver to n healthy activity, without irritating or weakening them, use Syrup of ajo-theos- is Pigs. The ladies showed as much enthusiasm for their favorites as did the men. Tho Hon. A. B. Montgomery was present keeping his fences clear of briars. The Times got oir a stricking picture of the Blackburn, McKenzic Silver Bill. The Derby caught all tho Breckenridgc delegation with theirpresence only. The hotels and street cars reaped a rich harvest not to mention the saloons. There was very little enthusiasm the first two days, but take care for tho rest. Jack Hendrick made a brilliant race and his election was quite a burjtrise to many. Rev. I). W. Dennis and Rev. J. S. Scobee were regular attendants at the Convention. Frank Frttize anil Jack Gross got all they went for in Brown and were consequently happy. The great leader of Kentucky Democracy was not there to enthuse the boys in the trenches. John Rhea had a strong following, but it wasn't sufficient to down pojmlar "Jack" Hendricks. If we had been in chairman Long's place wo would have turned the waterworks loose on 'em. The Willard hotel seemed to be headquarters for everybody. You couldn't stir 'em with a stiek. Chairman Long made an admirable presiding officer and his decisions were generally satisfactory. Mr. Gilbert seemed to bo the worst disappointed candidate in the whole hunch and took his defeat harder. Evcryboby in the Convention was ready to yell for "Grover," except, probably Bill Ellis and Joe Blackburn. Judge Milton Board was about the Mv poor wnrdh would lie sickest man in the whole Convention. am In attempt to olce tlic profound cr.ttiliuU' i with whlelimv heart Umerllowlnir for the honor Ho got knocked out on everything. )ou hac Just lit stowi-- upon me. I entered this Hag of Democrat. lifted Bill Vessells was an all around loser, c.ui.isu.iand defendedI h.ncprinciplesthe far and Its mv part) a lid near. I pitched the c.uiv.ibs upon a high and "Will R. Moorman was taken suddenplain and in no public utterance lme I cter uttered one word of criticism agaiiibt an) one of ly ill when John Rhea went down. Some fellow from tho Mountains cast in) distinguished conietitors. and cer) word that hae sKktn in priate I would he willlfij; tho vote of his county for John Butler (Applause.) to repeat in their presence. h.ive "fought this contest without coalitions and Brown and brought down the house. without combination with any one, and I rejoice that I can return home as promised ui) Hon. Reuben Miller captured the o famll"), whither defeated or victorious, with my favor of the Convention in his nom(Applause.) r I'or c.irs, inating speech for John Young Brown. I li.nc stood unfalterwithout scratehlntf a ticket, ingly I'y the Democrat part). Indeed, in in) Will Haldeman said ho was not "in it," earnest dew'tion to the cause ot Democrac), I can s.i) that I regard its mission as second onh to but we notice he kept a mighty sharp the' mission of the t hnstian religion itself. (Applause.) Our part) is a hundred cars old. It eye on the boys and they generally voted has outlived all other organisations save the He Will's way. publican, and will lite on to see the falling aw.iy Hon. W. E. Minor got as near the priof that. In the Leginning upon its banner was written In words of living light, 'equal vate boxes as iossiblo. Tho Hon. W. E. rights to all and exclusive privileges to none;' and what was the motto of the Democrat part) appreciates the beautiful as well as the in Sol. (Applause.) If libert regulated by law shall be preserved in tlnsrepublic, if the-- work of oratorical. the sires of 1770 shall be transmitted to our chilMost every ono that went to tho dren and our children's children, it in because of the devotion of that party to which all of us Musical Festival was disappointed. It belong, to the cause- of human rights. "1 am proud of Kentuck). I love her. She is was just a little too artistic for tho avermv mother. From my childhood I have been devoted to this state, and when traveling out of I'cr age Kcntuckian. borders and returning home as soon as I have Jim Stone is about the only man in crossed the border I have- felt here that the air was purer, that the sun was brighter, and the Kentucky that can so gracefully and sucwaters were sweeter than any where else upon the face of the-- earth. (Applause.) She is tie cessfully fill tho position of secretary in oeenliest of all the sisters of this sisterhood of a Democratic State Convention. States. She Is Democratic to the core. If the time shall Kline when Kentucky should fail In her Tho Hall belongs to W. N. Haldeman, Dcmocruc) then it would be that patriots might of our lonstitution and all and that accounts for the absence of the doubt the tnc liberties vwiicu we enjov miner 11. mat our cause will triumph, and triumph grandl) , no bar on the first floor, bo convenient to one can doubt. It is the triumph of citizen the boys ut the last Convention. in the country. There is no political ill Hon. Will Miller, Carlt Richardbon but what the reined) is in the success of the Democratic part). (Applause,) I'ortlilrt) je.irs the and Jim Lay wero valiant workers for Democratic' party lias never had the power to pass a law or to repeal a law. Kvcrv statute "Jack" Hendricks, and being for Brown, by the direct enupon the books is there actment of the Itepubllcan party or by its suller-anc- e. were in the winning combination. I'or all the legislation of the last thlrtv Gen. John B. Castlcman was tho finest ) ears our party is not responsible; but it lias stood through defeat, through war, through looking man an the floor ot tho Convenpcstl.cme, with its face like a Hint against .ill usurpation, against unjust taxation, against the tion, and it was generally conceded centralization of power, against the creation of that Theodore Hallum was tho ugliest. day monopolies; and the (Ii ot deliverance for us all, .. ..pi.. !.. ... II. n ... ...V ..... ... I.. .1... ........ pit. ... ... ...V ...... I,, Mrs. Judge Bennett, of Frankfort, and Wtll.llVl , I we be lawver or farmer, no matter of whether what vocation, will never come and never will Mrs. Capt. A. J. Gross, of Holt, wero the hamlcu.ls be stricken from your hands until very enthusiastic workers for Brown, and the triumph of the Democrat party. (Applause) In the last I'resldental election, although we wore present at every session of tho Conlost It. the vote-- being taken by States, one hundred thousand majority of the-- uuboight votes vention. 01 the American H.onie casts ineir nauois tor (Applause.) We-- will win. The Louisvillo delegation had a con Orover The dav is dawning. 'I he people are-- moving. venient position on tho fioor for trade, I know it, and I feci it. It will be your triumph and mine, and that of vour children. I tell you and they were accused of making some that victory is near. 'The stars have said it, and the voice o'f my own prophetic and oracular soul important deals. One, was, that it took confirms the shining sibyls.' (Applause.) " I am worn out by the fatigues of this canvass just $4,500 to move them for Brown. I am scarcely able to stand. That Is my apology In the rounds of congratulations Capt. for not addressing you further upon this occasion. Hut again I want to thank my friend who Gross camo in for as large a share seemupon me this honor. I want to thank them and give them assurance that my gratitude-Iingly, as did Col. Brown. Tho Capt. did simply unutterable. To those who oppose uie I have no resentments. The battle Is over and Bomo good work for his candidate and it we are all now friends and Democrats. I shall was so recognized by Mr. Brown's friends. go Into the contest bearing the banner of our pirty. I shall plead our cause fur and near. I Urey Woodson can havo tho secretary's shall consecrate all the energies of my body and all the strength of my mind to its success, and If place if ho wants it. But Urey don't it shall fall and It cannot it shall not be for lack of earnest effort upon my part." (Great Ap- - want it. Ho was only working because piause--j of tho pure love ho bore for his friend Following Mr. Brown loud cries were and fellow citizen. Ho did somo noble made for Mr. Clay and Dr.'Clardy. These work too. gentlemen came forward and in very Reuben Miller nominated Mr. Brown graceful speeches submitted to tho will and captured tho Convention with his of tho Convention. graceful oratory anil well rounded perGen. Hardin had withdrawn bofore, iods. It was a master pieco of eloquenco, and as his speech was so universally ap- well delivered and exceedingly gratifyplauded and received, wo herewith givo ing to his friends. it in full and commend it to other deMorris Eskridgo, Owen Cunningham feated candidates. Gen. Hardin said : and Charlio Durham, thrco staunch "Mr. Chairman and Fellow Democrats: Six weeks or two months ago, when I entered this Itcpublicans, had scats with tho Breck-ctiridg- o contest I well understood that the fight was not delega ion and seemed to enjoy to come to a finish by the accepted rules of the In fact, I well knew that it tho proceedings as much as if thoy wero modern prize-rin- g. was a free fight, to which none was invited, but in which every political gladiator might engage. true bine Democrats. st old-timall-dahank-erchiefs. 1 to-d1 to-d1 en-tirthlrt-fouto-dto-d- ay V I . s The contest for Governor was a strong one, and hotly contested from tho beginning to the finish. At the start no man could tell how the end up would be. Brown, Hardin, Clay and Clardy had their forces well in hand, their pickets and every point of on every out-povantage securely guarded. While Brown was considered the strongest from the start his election was not sure by any means. There was Hardin with a splendid organization and as valiant a set of workers as ever went into a convention e Then leader. and himself an came Clay with his splendid fo'Iowing and Clardy with his, making it one of tho hardest situations in tho world to compass, and one to which the key would have been a valuablo pri.e to tho holder. The only solution to the situation was a vote. And after the first ballot and even after the tenth no man could tell what the end would be. So the contest was a very exciting ono up to the y very last ballot. The session was an one. Members froze to their seats from !) a. m., lo 0 p. in., afraid to leave the hall for fear of some- advantago being secured by their opponents. When the final did come aim it was sure that Brown was the leader, a grander demonstration was never witnessed by tho eyes of man. A deafe ning shout that shook the very walls and lasted for ten minutes went up, together with a thousand hats and It was a scene long to be remembered. The applause had not yet subsided when it received a fresh impetus at the sight of Mr. Brown escorted down the stage by Gen. Hardin. Ho was given a most hearty reception, and spoko as follows : (i.IIAIIlIACU L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE UOINO i: tutor WKST. Passenger Daily arr. Uardinsburg..l2:05 p.m. .. 7:48 u.ui. " Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. OOINO CAST. Passenger Daily arr. Hardinsburg.. 8:55 a.m. " .. 3:55 p.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. Our correspondent at Hnrdinsburg informed us by telephone yesterday that he mailed his letter at 7 a. in. It left Hardinsburg on time. It will be hero owing to the excellent probably e departand prompt service of ment. Ed. Beard it Beeler sell black lawn at 8J cts. Anything in the Fertilizer line can be got from Beard it Beeler. Just received a car load of Ho nestead Beard it Beeler. Tobacco Grower. Tho largest and most varied styles of black and white lawns and ginghams at Beard & Beeler's. 1.00 will buy a suit of Remember children's clothes or $!!.00a man s suit, at Beard & Beeler's Don't fail to get some of Beard it Beeler's Condition Powders, for all kinds of stock nud poultry, a guaranteed remedy. Call at S. A. llafley it Co's., ami get ono of their punched cards. When your cash purchases amount to 10. they will make you a present of a lino genuine Call crayon portrait, framed complete. and see our sample crayon portrait now on exhibition, Rcsp't. S. A. Hnfley & Co. Notice: I have just opened a largo and handsome line of millinery goods. Everybody, and the ladies especially arc invited to call anil examino my btock. Turpin House west side public square. Hardinsburg. E. I. Giiiiih. to-dapost-offic- To Close June 1st Clovkiu'oiit, Kv., May 1st, 1891. We, tho undersigned merchants of tho City of Cloverport, hereby agree to close our places of business at 7 o'clock, p. in. solar time, from Juno 1st, 1891 to September 1st, 1891, excepting each Saturday and R. R. pay nights and the nights following pay nights in tho same week. S. L. Sulzer, by J. C. Nolle, Man. Wm. Vest it Sons, R. E. Moorman, J. D. Babbage, Bowmer it Hamhleton, F. A. it J. A. Beavin, Payne it Co., F.N. D'Huy, Grocery Room, F. Fraize, J. L. Miller. Dyspepsia Makes tho live of many pcoplo miserable, and often leads to Distress after eating, sour stomach, sick headache, heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, " all gono" feeling, bad tasto, coated tonguo, and lrregu- larlly ot the bowels, are . DIStrOSS gomo of tho moro common Aftor symptoms. Dyspepsia docs not get well of Itself. It - a,i requires careful, persistent attention, and a remedy like Hood's Sarsa- pa.rllla, which sets gently, yet surely and efficiently. It tones tho stomach and other organs, regulates tho digestion, creates a gcod appetite, and by thus V overcoming tho local toms removes tho thetlu effects ot tho dlseaso, banishes tho headache, and refreshes tho tired mind. " I havo been troubled with dyspepsia. I had but Uttlo appetite, and what I did cat distressed did mo Unnrm lltt! K00i'me,Inor aa h0Ur after eating I would feeling, a falntncss, or tired, as though I had not eaten anything. My trouble, I think, was aggravated by my business, which Is that of a painter, and from being moro or less shut up In a room with fresh paint. Last -- . . spring I took Hood's Sarsa- - StOITiaCri rllla took thrco bottles. It did mo an lmmcnso amount of good. It gave mo an appctlto, and my food relished and satisfied tho craving I had previously experienced. (jEoitau A. r.voE, Watcrtown, Mass. s- fculing Sick O bum expe-rlen- co Mr. Jesse Ashcntft was in town Friday. Miss Lula Lewis was on tho sick list last week. Mrs. Dr. Kurtz, of Webster, was in town Wednesday. Mr. Geo. Reimnu has purchased the Kendall residence. Mr. J. S. Moremen inndo a flying visit to tho city last week. Mr. Frank Wooldridge, of Garnelts-villwas in town Tuesday. Mr. Bud Price went up to the city Monday to attend tho races. Mr. Geo. Frymiro spent last week in town and attended the theatre. Mrs. Annie Herndon, near Webestcr, spent Monday with Mrs. II. C. Rnwlings. Mr. Alex Henry and wife, of Brcckcn-ridg- e county, wero hero shopping Friday. Mr. Geo. Citspcrke and wife went to Louisville Wednesday to attend the May Festival. Mrs. Robert Hendricks and daughter, Miss Lucy, of Irvington, paid our town a visit Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Moremen returned Thursday from a visit to Nelson and Jefferson counties. Bro. Morrison was too ill to attend conference, so filled his regular appointment hero Sunday. lion. II. T. Kendall was in town 1'ri-da- y on his way to see his farther, Mr. Thos. Kendall, who is very ill. Georgo Smith, the violinist and musical prodigy, of this state, will give an entertainment hero Mondny evening. Mrs. Annie Herndon and Mrs, Henry Ashcraft came up Sunday to attend Bro. Dowden's funeral and remained till Monday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Gough spent a portion of last week in tho city, and Miss Agnes Malin, who has been studying music in Louisville, returned with her. Misses Ella Dowell and May Etta Bar-ne- tt and Messrs. Jesse Eskridgo and Geo. Hays, of Vine Grove, spent Saturday and Sunday witili their aunt, Mrs. S. C. Malin. Tho National Theatre Company gave a performance hero every night last week, but not to crowded houses. They did not advertise sufficiently for those in tho surrounding country to know of their existence. Our town is certainly improving and business on tho increase. Our streets are full of vehicles and people frequently and both merchants and milliners havo brisk trade. Wo aro not dead yet, not by any means. Mr. Merritt Sweeney's wife died very suddenly Friday night and Judgo Raw-ling- s held nn inquest Saturday morning. Drs. Puscy, Wells and Melton held a post mortem and decided that heart disease was tho causo of her death. Mr. Sweeney lives near our town. Mr. Albert Richardson leaves this week for Vino Grovo to join his partner, Mr. Wade Ditto, in the saddlery and harness business. He will leave Mr. Jed Ditto in charge of his" business here. We regret to loso Mr. Richardson as he is not only n favorito with tho fair sex, but one of our brightest young business men. I nin filled witli wonder as to who Dolph Matthews can be. A number of tho visitors to the city last week speak famil-iar- y of him and of his lavish manner of entertaining nt the corner of 5th nnd Jefferson, and say t is n treat to meet him. Ho seemes to he extensively known nnd much sought after, so havo concluded ho must be the "dark horse" in tho race for Governor. Tho delegates are returning from tho Convention feeling tho worso for the excitement of last week. Brown men jub ilant, but tho Hardin men arc a littlo soro over their defeat, but hopeful yot to see Mr. Hardin sail in with flying colors when tho next race for Governor is made. Since fato has decreed it thusly wo too, give three cheers for Brown. A poem entitled "Brandenburg Society" appeared in last weeks issuo of tho Meade News nnd soveral of tho renders thereof havo given mo tho credit of having written it. Now I object to having honors confercd that are not deserving of, so will stato that I am not tho author of this poem. Am not n composer of poetry or rhyme of any kind, both aro boyond me, so givo credit to tho real composer. Res'. D. Dowden died at his homo in Louisvillo Friday night, and was buried from tho Baptist church of this place at 2 o'clock Suntlny afternoon. Bro. Dowden was formorly pastor ol the church hero and has lived the greater part of his life near Brandenburg. Ho was also pastor of Sandy Hill church. Ho was an earnest, zealous worker, and did much for tho cause of religion wherever ho labored. Ho leaves a host of friends who sympathize deeply with the family in their bereavement. The funeral services wero conducted by Rev. Cuperton, of Louisville. The procession was one of the largest ever seen here. Quito it number from Sandy Hill were c, " V, Well! That's Elegance. ": ' Ihey Fit W. '..AWell! - ,i! That's Ease. I hey Wear .4-.- Well!- - That's Economy. r VESTS, SHOES! Reduced Rates to Hardinsburg. The Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Railway Company, havo placed on sale round-tri- p tickets to Hardinsburg, from points named below, at rates as follows, good for thirty days from date of sale : Cloverport, $1.55. Holt, - - - 1.40. 1.40. Addison, Stephcnsport, 1.40. Sample, - - 1.30. Passengers from the abovo stations can take tho morning, East bound train, nud make connections nt Irvington for Hardinsburg, arriving there at 12:0.) p. in., and can have until 3:55 p. in. to return, making connection nt Irvington. This enables people to make tho 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. x Jacob N. Meyer, munn OF THE LEADING Big Spring, Ky. Invites your attention to his mammoth stock of j Dry Goods! Geo.Yeakel&Co. BRANDENBURG, KY. Are just receiving a great many of the very beat in Dry (loods, Dress Goods, Notions, See. More new stylet, handiotae selections, choice novelties than ever before. We will gratify your ambition to buy cheap, and give extra good qualities in the bargain, DRESS GOODS. 36 In. all Wool Dress Goods, north 40a 24o . 40 " Tennis Cloth, worth 85o Bio 6 pes new all Wool Illk. Henrietta, worth 65o 40o 4 pes new all Wool Illk. Henrietta, worth 75o 60o. Nice Double width Dlk. Dress Goods at 15, 18, 20 and 2.''0, worth twlc the money. In f.ict we are Headquarters on all kinds of Dress Goods and Trimmings. GROCERIES. Cloth in BOOTS, SHOES and o' y . "'-J- lillii 1 1 a first-clas- Embracing everything kept in s store. s - WASH GOODS. Ginghams of all kinds Imported and Domesllo Styles the latest and prices the lowest. HOSIERY. NOTIONS, &.C. Extra quality Lnd. Hose, regular made worth Dlk. Hose, worth 40o 25c Hose, fast black So pr pair Misses Lisle Hose, black, worth 3&o 20, 25o Ladles' Lisle Hose, black, at 48u per pair. U, Corset, all sizes, at 25c, ' II. Q. C. Corset, all sites, at 48o, Over " . ''' ' Ultra quality Lad. Extra quality had. 25u12Ko. $12,000 Worth of Goods that must bo sold Wo don't eay anything about prices Como and Bee us and lot us convinco you that wo can sol! you goods ns cheap ns tho next fellow. HANDKERCHIEFS. 4o for oholce Hemstitched Ilandercblefs, for Ladles' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs. for Gent's Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, bordered. Fine Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Lace and 811k Handkerchiefs a large assortment. All Linen Table Cloths, full length at 79c. 10a for all Linen Largo Towels. Extra Quality Twilled Crash at VAo. LADIES' AND MISSES' FINE SHOES. 98o for our Nellie Uly, Sewed Shoes, in Uutton and Front lace, all sites. We have a large and well assorted stock of Low Shoes In Oxford Ties, Slippers, Ao. DOMESTICS. $1.00 for 20 yds. Best Cannel ton Drown So 8o Jacob N. Meyer. BUY YOUK t Cut-to- n. e present. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, mTU rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, nnd skin eruptions, nnd positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico 23 cents per box ForBalobyG. W. Short, Clover-por- t, Ky., nnd J. A, Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky. yds. Good Cheek Cotton, $1.00 for 20 yds. Good Uleaeh Cotton. $1.00 for li yds. Ilest Illeached Cottou. $1.00 for 20 yds. Dest Wool finish Dark Calicos $1.00 Tor 20 CLOTHING. finiir Bold by all druggtita. 5i I lx for fi. Prepared only by 0. 1. HOOD 4 CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mail. Hood's Sarsaparilla IOO Our Stock of Clothing comprises the very best goods, latest stylet and lowest prices. For Men, Sack, Straight Frock, Four Button Cuts-waPrince Albert, in all the latest Fabrics. For Days', Youths and Children, wo have anything you want, from the lowest to best high grade goods, y, SHIBTS'" -F- IIOItI- Geo.Yeakel&Co,, mUXDEKDURG, KY Doses Ono Dollar J. D. BABBAGE. jm . - .. l1rl (. -- v The "Katli" will bt down to d.iv with a party of capitalists to look over the Wo grounds of tho second brick plant. understand that tho company has been formed, the stock all taken, and negotiations are pending for the buildingo. Business nt the depot is good. The brick plaut receives from three to four car loads of material nnd machinery daily and this with other business makes things pretty lively. The business of the oflico footed up n little over $"1,000 last month being double what it was the previous month. I j3'1 ViLTJBWfcSWiN John Dean, of Glendeane, was at Hardinsburg Monday and let a contract for a Both tho niothod mul results when large warehouso to bo built at his place. Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant It is to bo 40 x 100 feet and three stories and refreshing to tho taste, and nets high. Bell & Eskridgo nro tho contractgently yctpromptly on the Kidneys, ors. Mr, Dean says Glendeane is the Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho syscoining town on the Branch nnd overy tem effectually, dispels colds, headbranch of business there is prosperous. aches and fevers ntul euros lialiitual Laborers aro in demand at $1.S!5 per day. constipation. Syrup c 'gs is tho Thero were shipped from this city to only remedy of its kinu ever proOwensboro Monday night, 450 gallons of duced, pleasing to tho taste and acstrawberries. They were grown over in ceptable to tho stoninch, prompt in Tobin's Bottom, just opposite this city. its action and truly beneficial jp its Shipments have been going on somo effects, prepared only from tho most time, but not in so large quantities as healthy and agreca'olo substances, for tho season wns above. Tho out-pits many excellent qualities comestimated in the beginning nt 3000 boxes mend it to all and luivo niado it tho most ponulax yemedy known. . or 24.000 gallons, but the dry weather Syrup of Fijpfc for B:ilo in 60c will cut tho estimate short a little. and $1 bottles by all lead ins dm lMayor Pierce tent to Brandenburg egists. Any reliable drugpist who Monday. While thero ho witnessed may not have it on hand will prowhat ho had never saw before, a full cure it promptly for nny one who panel of colored jurymen sitting in a case wishes to try it Do not accept of the Commonwealth against a negro any substitute. for wife beating. The jury returned a CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. verdict of guilty and placed his punishSAN FfiANCISC ), CAL. ment at fllty days at hard labor. Judge 10W3VIUE, ftr. NEW YORK, N.Y. Bawlings wns sitting in the case. The Mayor was rather pleased with tho new idea and thinks of adopting it in his A.S. KNOLISH, l'rop'r. court. CLOVCRPORT, KY. A colored picnic hero Saturday and a I1.50 per il.iy, including Sample Itoom. Cen-- t rally located. Hoarding liv the week, including ball at night, at Pierce's Hall wound up room and bed, .m. Single Meal 40 cents. as usunl in a big row. Marshal Jordan had tho offenders before his honor, tho S. S. Mayor, Monday who assessed tho following lines: Pete and Henry Spalding, nnd & Elmore Oll'et $o each; Gus Shaw, $0. door to Brcekenrhlge 1 Next John Lasley was held to bond in the sum OrncE )Bnnk. Clovcrport, Ky. of $200, for his uppcaranco at the noxt term of the Circuit Court. He failed to give it and Marshal Jordan marched him Lasley it seems was oil' to Hardinsburg. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1891. tho worst "Coon" in tho lot and had cleaned up the whole platter with his knife. Thero was no one seriously hurt. LOCAL BREVITIES. PERSONAL. Funk Bart lea is at homo. It. K. Moorman went to Borne yester- Henry Winter. Wm. J. Winter. John M. Borntrnoyor. day. J. 13. Wheeler went to Louisville yes- OIS JBISTOYS PIERCE HOUSE Dr. Watkins, Physician Surgeon Brrckenridge News, . ' h' '', V - ' . , 1 f ' -- . fr' -- Smoke the World cigar. strawberries L'3 cents per gallon. Meal hi any quantity for wile at Star . Mills. s for shoes Bowmer & Hainbleton's. with tho Ja?. l Miller lias Louisvillo Southern. All kinds of fancy groceries kept at Bowmer & Hainbleton's. Mannger Oelzo says he will be ready for work in two Weeks. A full line of clothing vciy cheap at Bowmer & Hainbleton's. All kinds of staplo groceries kept at Bowmer it Hainbleton's. Now irish potatoes, sweet potatoes and cabbage at Martin's drug Btoro. Bowmer & Hainbleton's stock is complete in all the departments. n Dry goods and carpets that defy at Bowmei & Hainbleton's. All kinds of provisions and vegetables cheap at Bowmer & Hainbleton's. J. C. Loomis has been elected manager of the car service in Louisville. Bran of any amount for sale at Star Mills at 85 cents per hundred pounds. Bowmer & Hambleton will givo you greater bargains than any other house in Clovcrport. Just received at C. C. Martin's drug store fresh gieens, .cabbage, irish and sweet potatoes. Mr. Barry has rented rooms at tho l'ierco liouso and will arrive hero with his family Mr. John T. "Wheeler, of Union Star, was a passenger on the East bound train Monday for Louisville. J. L. Satterwhite, telegraph operator at the shops, has resigned and gone with the Louisvillo Southern. I)r. J. M. Clayton has removed his oflico to Dr. White's old stand, where ho will bo found at all hours. Butch"' Sawyer is putting a beautiful coat of paint on Mr. J. C. Nolte's also on Sulzer's store. M. Lyddan, of Webster, sold a car load of wheat Monday to Hook, Millor & (,o7 Hardinsburg, price $1.03 per bushel. Services at tho Presbyterian church Sunday morning nnd evening. All services in tho morning. invited. are Sulzcr has a new covered delivery 'wagon, handsomely painted and lettered. It' smacks smartly of Fouith street in Louisvillo. ' The Hardinsburg Branch road is doing a splendid freight and passenger busi-- ness. Threo extra trains of freight were sent out last week. Lost a gold locket on Wall Street between tho iron bridge nnd F. N. D'Huy's residence. Tho finder will please return to Miss Katio Sawyer. Fresh bananas, oranges, lemons, coca-nut- s, stick' candy and nuts of all kinds forsiilo by C. 0. Martin druggist and pharmacist, next door below post oflico. Basham & Bryant's store at Lodi- burg burned down Saturday night. Ixss not known. Wo understand tho stock was insured for $10('0 and tho house for Head-quartercom-pctioto-daresi-denc- e, Coai-muni- Don't Feel Well, And yet you aro not sick enough to consult a doctor, or you refrain from so doing for fear you will alarm yourself will tell you just what and friends-w- o you need. It is Hood's Sarsaparilln, which will lilt you out of that uncertain, uncomfortable, dangerous condition, into a Btate of good health, confidence and cheerfulness. You've no idea how potent this peculiar medicine is in a caso like yours. The Crop Outlook. Tobacco plants aro reported plentiful and with a good rain soon n large crop In somo sections tho will be set out. plants are small and need rain to bring them out. The oat crop will bo very light. A good rain howovcr will bring it out. Tho dry weather is not doing the wheat any good nnd somo fields nro beWith n good ginning to turn yellow. rain tho crop will bo nil right. Tho best fnrmers say tho drouth so far bus done no material damage, and that it will bo an advantage to all crops, provided a good rain falls within tho next few days. Thero will be no end to tho fruit, is the cry from every section of tho county. And if tho blossoms on tho blackberry bushes aro any indication of tho size of tho crop, tho people along tho Hardinsburg branch can gather enough this year to pay their present year's railroad tax. Tho woods nro full of them. Don't bo alarmed good people of Breckenridge. As a good woman once said to tho Ni:ws, "do ypur duty and trust to Providence, Ho will provide." So go right along, don't wait for rain, it will come and so will ono of the most prosperous years we've ever had. With our railroad facilities, ns good as any county in tho State, our new enterprises going'iip in every section of tho county, thero is no reason for croaking. As tho News sees and predicts a great futuro for Clovcrport, so it does for every section of tho county. All wo have to do is to put our shoulders to tho wheel and push together. Clovcrport is prosperous, so Is Hardinsburg, Stophensport, Irvington, Glendeane nnd all tho towns and villages in tho county. The outlook is indeed encouraging. Monarc- h- Miller. Mr. John E. Monarch and Miss Mary A. Miller wpro married at tho residence of the bride's father, Mr. Mathjas Miller, last Wednesday evening at G o'clock. Immediately after tho ceremony, in company with tho attendants, Br. N. C. Mosely and Miss Mnggio Miller, sister of tho bride, thoy drove to tho Hambleton Houso where a reception was given them. A delightful supper prepared and presided over by Mrs. Turpin in her illimitable good stylo wns enjoyed by tho numerous friends of tho nowly mnrried pair, nnd blooming beauty 'and sober middle-ag- e mingled in pleasing pastime whilo half tho night passed by unheeded. Somo nice presents attested tho high esteem and rellnd taste of tho doners and tho entertainment was ono, of which historic Hardensburg might well bo proud. Tho parties to the marriage are well connected and well known and havo a host of friends who wish them a happy and prosperous voyage through life. ' 150. r Do Witt's Little Early Itlsers never Another Old Hat. gripe or cause nausea. Mild but sure, FARMERS FREE COLUMN. Editoii News: I seo In your papor assist rather than force. Be6t littlo pill that Win. Vest has a very old Stovo NOTICE. For Sale A white Hurley Plant bed lSx for Blck headache, chronic constipation, Pipe hat. It reminds mo of ono I have Tho Hardinsburg Normal Institute will 20 feet, l'lants ready to aet out. dyspepsia. Sold by G. W. Short. open a term Monday, Juno 8, 1891, to that my grandfahtcr, Bov. Ben Keith, Jaa.d. TIniui. woro for somo ten preparo Teachers for the examination. Mr. 13. P. McAdams, deputy collector had msdo in 1832, u Two bay aaddlo and maret, 4 und 6 It. P. Shacklett, Prin. requests us to nnnounco that years forJJunday, then overy day for a yean old, for tale. Owensboro, Junes Gray, Hardinsburg, Ky. Cutter, Ky. all persons engaged in a business, that good many years, and in 1603 gavo it to requires tho paymont of a Government mo for a. relic. I havo it yet, tho stylo is IMF rou Malaria, Indigestion and BROWN'S IRON BITTERS iir.oon, WW Weakness, tax4, will bo expected to pay tho same quito n curiosity to young peoplo of this Curea Indigestion, Illllousucss, Dytpcpsla, Main-rlDlUoiuncis. take Respectfully, Nervousness, and Qenoral Debility. IIUOWN'S 1IION HITTKllS. before tho 1st day of July next, tho be- day. recommend It. All dealers sell it. Genuine It cures quickly. For aal by all .lealers In J. E. Keith, ginning of tho Fiscal year. medicine, (Jet the. genuine. uMtrade inane aim crossi-- nti uuesou wrapper ha-ne- terday. v?j Mrs. 1!. 13. Moorman is vNillng in Louisville. Dr. J. C. Bush went to Irvington Monday. Mr. John Llllnrd went to LouisVille Monday. Si Mrs. C. W. Moorman went to louisKfl villo Friday. Thos. Dyer has returned home from Decatur, 111. Dr. Armedt, of Owunsboro, was in the city yesterday. proMr. S. D. 1.0yd, of Columbus, O., was in the city last week. Miss Brook Stephens, of Holt, is visiting Miss Vevay Miller. Sidney J. Brack, of Hardinsburg, was w in the city last week. Mr. L. G. Gregory and wife, returned from Louisville Saturday. Judgo Milton Board, of Hardinsburg, wns in tho city Tuesday. Dr. J. L. Moorman and family, of Adairville, are in the city tho guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Owen. Miss llutliy Sterrett, of Hawcsvillo. is 3 visiting tho Misses Baltics. Mrs. Jas. Meador, of Skillman, is visiting tho family of Win. Hall. Miss Genso Brashear, of Owensboro, is S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY visiting Miss Kntio Bowmer. Mrs. Morgan Fountnino, of Holt, was iV5 at the Nnjiper House Saturday. Miss Helen Brashear, of Stophensport, is tho guest of Miss Jcssio Hall. Mr. It. O. Higdon, of Owensboro, spent The only way we know how to get it, is to make it to your Sunday nnd Monday in the city. Jesse II. Millor, messenger on the L., interest to trade with us. St. L. & T. was in tho city Sunday. When you want Mr. Frank McKcrncn, of Adairville, was at tho English Houso Sunday. Mrs. Hhoda Smith, of Hitcs Bun, is visiting her sister Mrs. Elisha Collins. Misses Nannio and Minnie Murray re! turned from Louisville Monday night. Mr. J.ohn Coinpton and wife, of Lodi-burwere in town yesterday shopping. Mrs. Nora Cooke, of Owensboro, is tho CLOVERPORT, KY. guest of llev. W. C. Brandon nnd wife. Miss Maud Lyons, of llawesville, is the guest of llev. W. K. Pen rod and family. Mrs. Betlio Brashear and daughter, Miss Helen, of Stcphensport, were at tho ! In fact anything in our line. Givo us, a call and wc will Nappcr Houso Saturday. convince you that you have made money by Mr. John Gregory went to Louisvillo trading with us. Monday accompauied by two of his nieces, Eflio Swigert and Lizzie Batt. BS -- : :- llev. G. D. Wolf and family, of Evans: By Buying your , ville, and llev. G. W. Collins,' of Canncl-tonarc tho guests of Rev. W. C. Brandon. Mr. It. O. Willis aud family, of Litchfield, have moved to this city and occupy Miss Tic Moorman's residence on tho OF CLOVERPQIIT, KY. hill. Mrs. Charles Miller, and daughter, G?MfflimmmfflRMm&mffiRimfms BEWLEYVILLE. Miss Kato Jones, of Hardinsburg, were FREE TO ALL. I IIo keeps constantly in stock tho Celebrated Elizabethtown Hams and visiting Mrs. Owen Rnitt, Saturday and Our Now Illustrated of Louisville, was In Mr. J. A. Com', Pure Leaf Lard. EVERY PIECE GUARANTEED. CataloKiio 01 PlinU.fj Sunday. Bulbs, vines. Shrubs,! town Sunday. Small Fruits, j Trees. Goods promptly delivered to any part of the city. Mr. J. K. McCraeken, of Louisville, Grape Vines, Seeds, 3 Mr. Itufus Cain is the happiest man in AVill Foor, of Owensboro, were and Mr. Evergreens, etc., will $ town it's a girl. be mailed Free to all g hero yesterday nttending a meeting of applicants: 80 paces 3 Mr. Thos. McCaus, of Hig Spring, was THE OLD RELIABLE ana 4uuu varieties 01 the Directors of the Brick plant. FIIUIM. ftP. in town AVedncbtlay. mk BAiisiacuon uuaraniccu. Mr. Jones Mercer, of Irvington, visited Sao ureennouses; 80 acres. Address, Children's Day Services. 5S NANZ & NEUNER, Louisviixe, Ky. 13 Dewy Heights Sunday. Motho-diTho services at the Elm street Mr. AV. N. Drury attended the Demochurch Sunday for tho special benefit cratic Convention last week. of tho littlo children were delightful inGENERAL MERCHANT McElree's Wine of Cardui deed, not only to the littlo children but Miss Laura Shain, of Kkron, was tho and THEDFORD'S to those of larger growth. Tho choir guest of Mrs. C. C. Stith Friday. aro Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, furnished some splendid music and tho Big stock just received for tho Ilnin is badly needed. Wheat is being for sale by tho following merchants in Notions, Hardware and Quccnsware. exercises by tho children were quito ap- damaged by the cold dry weather. Spring trade. I handle tho Michigan Fertilizers, Homestead Tobacco Dreckonrldgo County : Jesst W . Owen, Clovcroort, propriate and exceedingly entertaining. Growor, Corn and Wheat Grower, Jarvis Tobacco Fertilizer, Drill Mr. Cylo Adkisson, of Howling Green O. W. Short, ClovcrKrt. The News would like for Children's Day Phosphates. Theso goods aro equal to any in tho market and sold low llrnsbear t Lay, Stephensport. visiting relatives in this vicinity. is to coino every Sunday, this, of course, is Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, down for Cash. Givo me a call. Mr. Henry Cain was in Louisvillo labt J. J. Sovera, Uoinn Star, not said in any disparagement to tho week attending tho Irish Congress. ministers. Examine Babbage's new line of queons-warMr. D. C. Johnson was in Louisvillo , SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. attending tho Democratic Convention. Mrs. W. J. Piggott attended the MusiMay Excursion Hates. cal Festival Friday and Saturday evenTho Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Rail- ing. road Co., announces tho following speMr. Willhoyte, representing It. cial rates nnd dates to Louisvillo during & Co., Owensboro, was in town tho month of May, 1891 : last week. For the May Festival, 12th to 10th, Mr. W. N. Drury is in tho city this d faro for the round ono nnd trip. Tickets on sale for tho morning wpek purchasing new goods for tho train only, each day, from the 11th to Cash Store. tho 10th, good for return passage until Miss lSculah Bennett, of Suininerseat, tho 18th. town Sunday tho guest of Miss For tho Elks Reunion, 17th to 21st, was in Burckhardt. half rates for tho round trip. Tickets on salo on tho 10th only, good for return Mr. Richard Ditto. Brandenburg, was passago until Mav 22nd. Sunday tho guest of Messrs. Geo For tho Stalo Democratic Convention, in town Wade Drury. on tho 13th, half rates for tho round and trip. Tickets on sale for tho afternoon Quite a party of our young gent's attrain of tho 12th and tho morning train tended tho Guston hop Saturday afterof tho 13th, only, good to return until noon and evening. tho 14th. For tho Spring Meeting of, tho LouisMiss Maggie Paul was seriously burned villo Jockey Club, 13th to 22nd, consult last week by the overturning of a kettle tho rates as shown above, as thoy will fit the occasion. Don't forget Derby Day, of boiling water. May 13th. S. A. Wikei,, Mr. W. II. Cain, Sr., attended tho SunGeneral Passenger Agent. day School Convention, which met at Lcitchfleld last week. Bov. W. K. Penrod will begin a series of meetings at tho Baptist church Monday 11 o'clock a. m. Misses Bettio and Palllo Taylor, of Kosetta, and Miss Lyons, of Custer, attended church bore Suuday. Somo 0110 said "where is Hampton?" Well really wc could not exactly locate a place of that name at any particular spot in this surrounding country, it might bo ono of the adjoining towns, or another, or it might refer to all. Misses Suo and Jennie Cox and Mr. Wallace Footo entertained a party of young ladles and gentlemen Saturday ovening at tho residence of Dr. P. W. Footo, tho party consisted of Misses Absolutely Pure. Blanche Jolly, Annio Hodges, Lena and Highest Bottle Drury aud Katie Burckhardt and A cream of tartar baking powder. Lattit II. S. of all In leavening atrengtn, Messrs. Cylo Adkisson, Joe Bland, EarnGottrnmtnt Food Jleporl. est Henderson, l'ierco Ilardaway and Master Bunks Drury. LOOK HERE Fresh Good, Latest Styles, H irrli nc-- ! Lowest Prices. g ,Dress Goods, litnrra We offer the cloihingbuying public better inducements than an' other house, inasmuch as we carry the largest stock, best assortment and lowest prices. Our clothing is our own manufacture, is the best in the city and sold at a small fit. We don't believe in charging extra big prices early in the season, and then advertise ''reductions" later on, and still get full price. Our prices are low down all the time. Millinery, Fancy Goods, w Clothing. iHIShocs. fi Hats, Furnishing Mens 1 Goods,! Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths, g WINTER & CD. "Old Reliable" Clotliiers Trunks & Valises, Wall Paper, WeWant Your Trade& Must Have Itl Window Shades and Lace Curtains. 1 New things in the above lines at attractive prices, received during the week at Drags, Patent Medicines g, PERFUMES, FINE WHITING PAPERS, SULZER'S MADE What Is Made PAINTS, VARNISHES &BRUSHES I ALL WE ASK A TRIAL Prescriptions filled at all hours, with the purest Drugs, at bottom prices. G. W. SHORT, WHY? MONEY IS MADE R. E. MOORMAN, i lmrmj Mfc 3 ht A. A. RICHARDSON A. A. T RICHARDSON, e. iky. WW Ma one-thir- Over 90.000 SOLD LAST YEAE. IN THE LEAD. ROYAl POWDER B. R Beard, Dillon & Co., Headquarters for Farm Machinery, tub I'bysl-clan- s HARDINSBURG, KY, s n nii mn T ylBgr3gqy.riJ,llJatKt, It ' H TV iTB I KY. For durability, comfort, and nn elegant fit, wear the celebrated Monarch Siiikt. JNO. D. BABBAGE, Sole Ancnl, rtv . CI.OVKKI'OnT, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1891. WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARA- GRAPHS. "As for Me, Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death." With the proverbial shrewdness of his nice, Solomon chose wisdom as the bent gift lie could ask for, perfectly well aware the sly old llebrow that if he only had wisdom ho would know enough to odtain everything olse in his life that he wanted. It was a long headedness quite as much as his true piety that prompted him to make that choice, but since we cannot all have wisdom, then the next most precious gilt to man, and woman, too, is liberty, tho right to do exactly as you please, so long as you do not interfere with anybody else. That is the sole restriction that should be put on human bo ngs. The right to think your own honest thoughts ; to proclaim them openly and bravely, fearless of all the world, knowing that no old monster of a Mrs. Grundy will crush you under her juggernaut wheel for telling tho truth ; to dress in comfortable and convenient clothing without being hooted ; to associate freely with people whom yon like, and with no others ; to have no nasty minded social spies on your track.no llks Nancys of either sex to claw you ; to write and print tho truth as you feel it and know it, without hedging and trimming and trembling; to live daily without n pick of bigots, critics and hypocrites in cry after you; to follow no conventionalities of fashion, society or belief, that did not suit you ; to wander out alone in the beautiful wilds of freedom ; to climb tho clifls and breathe the sweet, strong air of liberty upon tho mountain top to gain such life I would die a thousand deaths! The other day I was going up Fulton street in Brooklyn in an elevated train. A young lady sat besido me, reading attentively. In cars I always look to see whether girls are reading novels or newspapers, and 1 accordingly inspected this young lady's book. It was a religious volume, and I am bound to Kiy she seemed profoundly interested, lly and by she laid it down, and I saw that its name was "Tho One Thing Needful." In her lap besido the book were fivo pack ages of chewing gum, and she was man ipulating the sixth as fait as her jaws could work. Chewing gum was the one thing needful. Xo; we don't want men to take a back soat just because they are men, but we intend woman shall have their share of the front seats from this time on. It is not tho entering on this or that occupa tion, or even following this or that lino of conduct, that is insisted on in behalf of our sex. We would force nobody into any trade or profession. It is that we want the liberty to choose our own occupation and do as they please Without being forced either this way or that. Under the system of liberty for all each will quickly find his or her own level. Lady Florence Dixie tells in a manner that is altogether delicious how she evaded the words "lovo, honor and obey" in tho church marriage ceremony. She says : "For myself I am not ashamed to confess it. I did not pronounce them. I merely substituted er, er, er, in a low Florvjice." Girls, don't forget ence's er, er, er. Years ago, when a beloved girl chum of mine was about to be married by tho Methodist service, before the ceremony I saw the minister at her riquest and asked him to omit from the pledge the word "obey." It was surprisingly refreshing to me to hear this good Methodist clergyman answer: "Oh, I never put that word in. Xo preacher that has any sense ever docs any more." Eliza Archard Conner. if- pleaso thoso who clamor for something big and again, they are light enough to pleaso tho popular fancy. Tho grand revival by tho DufT Company last Spring, of a repertory of tho Gilbert and Sullivan operas, will bo remembered as tho most perfect presentation of tho operas this section had ever witnessed. This season Manager DufT gives something more pretentious; and the operas to le presented are Carmen; Bohemian Girl; Dorothy and tho lied Hussar. Tho two last arc novelties, and the lied Hussar will be seen in Louisville for tho first time. The Company opened nn engagement in Chicago, last Monday, in Carmen. Tho Tribune said of tho performance: " 'Carmen' was given at the Auditorium last evening, which for general excellence, splendor of staging, richness of costuming, nnd perfection of ensemble, has never been surpassed, if equaled in this city. More famous artists may have assumed the leading roles, greater vocalists sung the titlo part, but no production has ever been given in Chicago in which every character was in competent hands, in which chorus and orchestral portions were more evenly and confidently sung, in which tho mounting was characterized by such magnificence such perfection nnd accuracy of detail. Xo operatic production at the Auditorium, has brought forward such master pieces of stage setting, as were shown in tho first and third acts of 'Carmen' last night." The singing contingent isa very large one and headed by Miss Mariq Tempest as the prima donna. "Up to last evening Miss Tempest was a complete stranger, and had to make bicnds solely by her talents. While she did it, and long before the first curtain fell, there were many hands in the audi ence rosy from applauding her. She isa little slender vivacious woman, w ith the type of face that improves on acquaintance, although it is handsome enough to commence with, and a clear ring" ng, larklike soprano that was at times thrilling. She lias evidently received careful and sensible training, which adds a smooth and pleasing finish to her tones. One might say, that riper experience of life would give a deeper meaning, a more sympathetic ring to her singing, but still, that's a question. As it is one can say, that she is lovely, and a lovable little 93 King Itcne ujS itrcora 2:10 i.j Sire of 6 under a 13a. One pronn ducing daughter. sllti t under 2U. when the ngi King Nntuooil, llcnr N now, liad mil v o In llitV To sfc:gsfg lre I'ntron Win. Deering&Co,, Binders and lowers n ( Mambrlno Chief II. i.. 111 Ill.m.llrm D.llii ir imfc with 4f. - ' 111. Bay stallion, foaled April 2:11, 1888. Will ho 10 hands 1 and weigh 1200 pounds. Bred and raised by II. C. McDowell ASon, "Ashland," ICxington, Ky., and owned Carita by W. W. WILLIAMS, SPLENDOR, Sire nf yundcris,!". IIIhiI.uirIi tor lime 1$ uml luiutSi. I iiureli Marc. I I).i of i unJer ji.v. ItaiiiMttoiil.in in. Sire of 41 under 3:.l, III daughter have 711 .imf hi Mill " W.tatrir iij '.Sire iir under tern ' incrim, Alum h.lr. in; in, D.uigh mid wiiih with ft. I Clara, dam of Henderson, Ky. Dam nf 7 full niMeri and li millers to Splendor, and two of them are almost certain to enter the i:jo list thlcaon. vi! v Alls llutlcr Dam of Maud llutlcr j!iS Plntll.l" and rh e Ik' the iliun-o- f limit, idrc of under lyo, - :is.M Axttiria ... I ....-- 1 ..I Kr.lIKIAlll 111 - It I . , !ItlllMil. .,1111 I.UIII.I dam of I'rliictun Jtlu.t-- I Uuvatrt .Miiiiilirlno, xlrr of the neuter j:i7im j:ii.j j:jo 1:18 dam' I). l.uln Monroe MlbHDuroc Dccnv, trial jyi aiuf 11 quarter at a gait of j:oS The Dam of Ilrnwn Chief, tire nl And grandaui of Motile Mc, two yeariildtrl.il jys Maud Duller, trial .... ... - :jS -i -j - ... - , j.ju i.j Oenela S 1:19 1.4 j:jS llettle onc Ac, Ac. SI'IENDOK.is for service at Basin Spring Farm. Terms $25.00 cash or twelve months note at timo of service, with return privilege. Limited to fifteen noon mares. Good pasturage at "0 cents a week, lor full pedigree and nny further W. W. WILLIAMS, Henderson, Ky , particulars, please address Or JOSEPH BLAND, Irvlngton; Ky. -j Maggie K j;jy Anil nf the il.lnn of Lady Majolica 1:15 Altamont 4MOJ-And grandson of l'litie C, - j:iS 1.4 4 iSll!Beffilffi':,' Headquarters for EMPIRE CORN DRILLS, BROWN'S CORN PLANTEI&, 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, 0EMENT,BRI0K, SHINGLES and LATHS, DOORS and SASH. -- FARM MACHINERY 82 artiste." Sale of seats for the above engagement will be placed on sale at Baldwin's, 2I!fi 4th Avenue, Monday morning at 0 o'clock. Coming as this engagement docs, while the city is filled with strangers, tho engagement is sure to be a big one. Those desiring seats for the above engagement should address James B. Camp, Business Manager, 1'. O. Box 03, Louisville. Prices ."0, 75 and $1.00 according to location. Reduced rates on all lines of transportation. Do Not Suffer Any Longer. Knowing that a cough cau he checked in a day, and the first stages of consumption broken in a week, we hereby guarantee Dr. Acker's English Cough Itemed)', and will refund the money to all who buy, take it as per directions, and do not find our statement correct. For Sale by CJ. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and Witt k Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. A new discovery was hiadc in the famous Wind Cave of the Black Hills last week by which openings were found that took a seven hours' tramp to one of the subterranean chambers and return. This cave is surpassing the famous Mammoth Cave of our State in magnitude, and will bo a principle object of attraa-tio- n to visitors of the Black Hills. Tho Harvard Collego Society last year did a business of $70,-00- 0 on $5,000 capital. A contractor in Now York city pays $00,000 a year for the purpose of picking over the city's refuse, and makes a hand some profit. The latest fad among equestriennes is to rido one day to the left side, the next to the right. The largest peach orchard in the world is nt Brownwood, Texas which contains 11,000 trees. Theadore Calf and family have petitioned the Kansas Legislature to have their name changed. monarchies and There aro twenty-si- x twenty-fiv- e republics in the civilized world. Sixteen republics are in South America. An English naturalist who put in two years in a boarding house spent the next five in tracing the bedbug back to his native lair. He found perfectly authentic information to prove that tho insect existed and was full of business in the year 120 B.C. He was even found in the camps of the army, and no war fleet was deemed fitted out without a liberal sprinkling. Alrxander's Hotel, Seventh and Market Streets, Louisville, - - - Kerittjiciktj. Having sold out our entire intorcst in tho hotel on Jefrerson street, we have removed to our old stand that wo occupied for years so successfully at Seventh and Market streets, are now fitting it up in elegant shape now throughout, and the outfit in every way will he elegant, including ono of Halo's Safety Passenger and Baggage Elevators witli all tho late improvements. We want all of our old friends to come and see us in our old home. We promise you that our Booms, Table and Service shall bo second to none ih the land. My wife, Mrs. Jo. B. Alexander, wants to be remembered to all her lady friends and she will be glad to see them and givo them a hearty reception. Celebrated Cleveland Dryer Fertilizers. PAINTS I STOVES A careful -- 'y- PAINTS ! ! STOVES PAINTS STOVES ' 1 inspection of Goods and Prices is solicited before buying. HENSLEY & JOLLY, Farmers' Supply House, HAitDiNsnuita. Ky. FARE $2.00 PER DAY. JO. B. ALEXANDER, Manager. DTZJMKT TRADE j: GO'S BK,.3ST3D 'MARK. THE THOROUGHLY Cor. A. I.ATE AI.KXANDKIl'S HOTEL, WILIiAJlD, Court-House, RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. LOUISVILLE, KY. W. It. LOGAN, Manager. Rates $2.50 Per Day. Jeflcrson, Center and Green Streets, opposite ureMawlone Meal m&amammm auCan.T3JfQotMreca. msmzm'im W.Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. EVEnr L. Mai shall, Clerks. WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF THAT CAN BE RELIED ON , DUNN & . OCTROY, INID..03 GREGORY & CO., Agents, zily "toy BE UP TO THE MARK axro-- t BEARS THIS' MARK. to Discolor! TRADE - NOTES There is only one sudden death among woman to everv eight among men. Farm lands in the United States, taking the country as a whole, occupy only 28'J acres in every 1,000. This country lias one million miles of telegraph wires; enough to reach forty times around tho globe. Nine hundred and fifty submarine telegraph cables are now in operation, most of them in Europe; their total length is over 80,000 miles. England has more woman workers than any other country, in proportion to population; twelve per cent, of the industrial classes are woman. There are about 105 woman to every 100 men ; one quarter of the population of tho world die before tho ago of seventeen years; only one in a thousand lives to be 100 years old, and only six in a thousand reach seventy-five- . Emperor William is said to be fond of going about disguised at night to certain liquor shops and music halls where his soldiers and sailors arc to bo found, in order to pick up criticisms of his army and navy. Itailway constructors agree now that the speed limit of the steam locomotive has been about reached. There is no country like Franco for starting journals. During 1800 no less than 0"'0 now newspapers were brought O'lt, of which not one remains in life Main's hay crop is 1,5000,000 tons, nnd worth at least $15,000,000. Tho ice crop brings in perhaps, as much more, and summer visitor crop over $0,000,000. The Manchester Ship Canal Co.. has expended over $15,000,000. More money is wanted at once, and it is stated that the City Council of Manchester will advance the $10,000,000 needed to complete the canal. The China Sea nnd tho Bay of Fundy are tho roughest seas in tho world. In France thoro is a govennent tax of 2 per cent, levied on all bets on races. A number of New York churches advertise their services in tho elevated trains. of Undo Tho Commander-in-Chie- f Sam's army receives a salary of ?1!1,000 a year. Sixty voyages around Cape Horn is the remarkable record of Capt. Holmes, of Mystic, Conn. Virus taken from hares is being experimented with in France, and thus far it has been found to work equally well for tho purposes of vaccination as vitus taken from calves. Cork covering for steam pipes has proved very successful in England, and in some cases it has been, found to mako ndllfereuco of lOOto 124 degrees from the temperature of uncovered pipes. of theso things are tho first stages of con- That Terrible Cough In the morning, hurried or difficult breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in the chest, quickued pulse, chillness in the evening or sweats at night, all orany sumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough Keinedy will euro theso fearful symptoms and is sold under n positive guarantee by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., ami Witt A Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. LOUISVILLE KY. Auditorium, Duff Amphitheatre " Opera Company Engagement, May 20-- 23. WITH MAUli: TKMI'llST. The Chicago and Louisville A uditorium seem to go hand in band in presenting great attractions to tho nmuscment loving public. Whatever production is given Chicago, tho at the great show house-isame is presented in Louisville. Begining Wednesday May 20th, the J. C. DufT Opera Company will fill an engagement of four nigbta and a matinco nt tho Auditorium, in a repertory of pop-uloperas that will surely pleaso every one. They nro just heavy enough to ur fever! DocConstipation, blood-ioibotors' bills and funeral expenses costahout two hundred dollars; Do Witt's Little Curoil nimself of Consumption. Early Biscrs cost n quarter. Tnko your Dr. Wilson, a former officer fn tho choice. Sold by G. W. Short. navy, who served with Admiral Farra-gu- t during the war, is in Washington. Dr. Wilson found soon after the I!ui,lly MitUUnl. "Sir." said a lean nnd hungry looking war that ho was troubled with conpersou who had by i nine means passed sumption. He sought medical ndvico, all the obstacles to admission to the nnd he was told that he could not at best office of thuju.mii-jcof one of ths? great live more than six months if he should press associations. "I wish to present you remain in this country. Dr. Wilson, who is todny tall, broad shouldered, with with a confidence." The mauager lon'.:cd at him curiously. the ruddy uppearance of a man who has "1 have the most gigantic scheme," never known a day of sickness, says that he cured himself absolutely by what is went on the visitor, "that you" treatment. "Never mind.' said the manager, known as tho Ho went first to the Cape of Good Hope "don't bother me." "But, sir. ' persisted the stranger, "yon nnd wnndered ubont through tho south This is some- of Africa. He engaged in agriculture mistake me seriously. thing that will make your fortune and and hunting. He spent a good many years in the mine." "I am already rich beyond tho dream Transvaal, lie would not live in n house of avarice," replied tho manager, think- until hlslunga became thoroughly healed. ing of his debts. Ho now owns tho half of tho Island of "Il-ml- " sjghed the visitor. Ho bright-Plie- d Johanna, ono of the Camore group. It miles in up piesently nnd said, "Well, then, is nn island perhaps twenty-fiv- e may I be permitted to make n sugges- circumference. He has a largo sugar tion?" plantation on this island, which is 000 "Yes," said tho manager. feet above the sea level. Tho only other "I would suggest," said the old tramp, wbito man on tho island is nn English"that you lend mo ten, cents." and the man, also a sugar planter. Dr. Wilson manager did. N;ew. York Times. is a bachelor. Ho has built up a place for himself on this island. Catarrh, neuralgia, rheumatism and Tho climate is perfect and his business world so most diseases originate from impure good. Thero is no place in the in the enchanting to him as this island blood. Cleanse it, purify it with Do south Atlantic. Tho climate is equable Witt's Sarsaparilla and health is restorod, and not subject to sudden chauges. His strength regained. Sold by O. W. Short. pleasure nnd recreation aro found in Chicago hunting in tho Transvaal. Virgil anil the "fcnet.l." Tribuno. A correspondent asks, Is tho story that A beautiful skin, bright eyes, sweet Virgil on his deathbed attempted to burn the "Eneid" a myth, or is it a breath, good appetite, vigorous body, fact? Tho story has been regarded as truth. pure blood and good health result from The "iEneid" was not his favorite iocin, the use of Do Witt's Sarsaparilla. It is although it is tho one which constitutes sold by G. W. Short. his claim to the remembrance of posterity. He liked tho "Georgica" best Two Nuincn uml Ono I'crsoii. It is said that tho "Eneid" cost him A Chicago railroad man had a queer eleven years of labor, nnd that he intended to devoto three years more to request from a conductor for a pass tho polishing it and bringing it nearer to his other day IIo asked for a pass to oue ideal of what an epic poem ought to be. point for a young lady whom ho desigBefore lie could give much timo to the nated as Miss ', and from there to latter task, however, he died, and in his Chicago for tho same younglady as Mrs. 1 inquired how , his own name. last moments he tried to securo the book nnd destroy it. It was kept out of his this was. and when 1 received tho exreach, though, und subsequently given to planation 1 allowed tho passes. Ho was on his regular run, and did not caro to the world as U was originally written. loso n day, even though ho was to bo t. St. Louis married. lie had his home all nicely Purifies tho blood, increases the circu- furnished inChicago, and tho young lation, expels poisonous humors and lady was to meet him at tho station whero her parents lived. builds up tho system. What moro do you A minister was to bonrd tho train want a medicino to perform? He Witt's there, nls, nnd they were to bo married Sarsaparilla is reliable. Sold by G. W. on board ids train. Everything went off Short. all right, and Jthoy were married according to tho programme. Several presents wero received by tho young couple, nnd Q Vxploalont In Tlrltith Cokl Mluei. In tho course of last, year it appears tho passengers took up a purso, which that no fewer than 285 lives were lost by they gave to tho bride. Exchange. explosions of. gas. in tho coal mines of It is quito tha fashion now to tako De Great. Britain, and, nearly all of these took placo ("nrlng the first six months. Witt's Littlo Early Itisers for liver, stomOf tho total deaths stated It appears that ach and bowel disorders. Tlioy are small 278 took place in tho South Wales min- pills, but mighty good ones. G. W, Short ing district, and in nearly every instance sell them. resulted from the use of naked lights or blasting. London Tit-Bit-s. tiome tiiends who attended tliotuneral of a young lady in Loudon had a novel Science cannot produco n superior experience the other day. A few weeks remedy to ''C.C.C. Certain Cough Cure." before the young lady had sung "Nenrer, It is based on scientific principles, nnd if My God, to Thee" into a phonograph, and it does not givo relief for Coughs nnd after the funeral ceremony the hymn was reproduced. Colds, your monoy will bo refunded. Sold by J. W. Owen. Little Wallace Cliapman, a Kansas City boy, has a wonderful Night Ih sent for slumber, but who enn sleep with a sevens cough, unless memory. Ho recontly repeated, verbaIhoy take "0 O.C. Certnin Cough Cure" tim, a nineteen stanza poem after hearing it read aloud threo times. and cure t. Sold by J. W. Owen. r out-of-do- or com-fortab- lo Globe-Democrafour-yonr-o- CLOVERPORT, KY. All In Oue Day. Georgo Tolbert, a young herder employed by Durael & Spencer, rodo into Mojave recently to have u tooth pulled, and on his return his horse threw him and, becoming frightened, kicked him into insensibility. When ho gained consciousness ho found that matches carried in his pocket had become lighted, setting fire to his clothing and severely burning one foot. Being unablo to walk, it io said ho crawled on his hands nnd knees ten miles to reach assistance He was brought from Mojavo to Tehachapi for medical treatment. It is thought of tho foot will bo necessary. Tehachapi Summit Sun. A kind of moth or butterfly is caid to have become so very troublesomo and destructive in Bavaria that every possible means has been taken to destroy it. Tho most effectivo method consists of attracting tho pest by means of nn electric light in connection with a blow fan, which drav the insects into tho suction pipe by nir draught and results in millions of them being destroyed. If food sours on the stomach, digestion is defective. De Witt's Little Early Risers will remedy this. The famous little pills that never gripe and uevcrdisap-poin- t. Sold by G. W. Short. LLULO Mark. NEEDS NO LAUNDERINO. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET. HEKE WE AEE AGAIU Furniture in endless varie- ! A ' - 'J i ;i .,1 ty. I am now back at my old stand and respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. -- q "-- - " - r ' -- "" i. rill" FURNITURE, Honest Goods. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. tB andb-- i lie laws, jn (tract of 1'atenU, showing How toV C'aveuta, Tradek. 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