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Don't deprnd on people to ills-Keep coiitUntly dljgl'gtUiem lliroRl the. advertising coIumn.pr im , paper. ciJVcrmtand VOL XV. NO. 45. JCZSJlLi $ 3 -- The Four State Tickets. TTiFLIE leek : T Fayette. DEMOCllATIC. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. TO SEE Governor John Young Brown, of Henderson. Lieut. Governor M. C. Alford7Sf Attorney General W. J. Hcndrick, of Fleming. Auditor L. C. Norman, of Boono. Treasurer II. S. Hale, of Graves. Supt. Pub. Instruction Ed. Porter Thompson, of Owen. Register Land Office G. B. Swango, of Wolfo. Clerk Court of Appeals Abe Addams, of Harrison. KEt'UnUCAN. Moorman & J.W.OWEN'S Ca$li jeeler, Come! Gome! Come! CLENDEANE, KY. HEADQUARTERS FOR s LAUGHTERED P OF To tho grent Fcant of RICES-- ! Metf for tkty TOILET ARTICLES ! Dry Goods, Hats, Gent's Furnishing Goods, TEXN DAYS. .", FOR.sell'THE, NEXX O?cts., you Ginghams for and will They and 8 - , Calicoes, best Chambray styles from 5 to 6 cts. worth 6 to 7. . , Henrietta cloth formerly sold for 25 cts. worth only 23 for tlie next ten uays oniy. Black Lawns from 7 to 10 cts. worth 10 to 15. Black India Linen, guaranteed absolutely fast for 23 :ts. yards wide . lormeny soiu ior 35 cts. Fine Persian Lawns and Mulls 12 to 15 cts. worth 15 to 20. India Linen Gingham Plaids for 12 to 15 cts. worth 15 to 20. Bleached Cotton best brand Hope 8 cts. worth 10. Lodies' Black Corsets for 7 cts. woth $1.2 c. V&' Best Linen Crash for towels 9 cts. worth 12. " ' , r Gent's Neck Wear from 5 cts. up. Gent's Suspenders from 10 cts. up to 50 worth fiom 15 to 75 cts. Ladies' and Gent's Shoes at all prices. All things in proportion for cash for the next ten days only. Don't fail to attend and get a bargain in something you need befote this auc- -. tion closes. Wc mean business and will do what we say. J WITT MEADOR, 9 worth 10 12. Pear's Urtscentcil Soap 13c c'k worth 15c. Governor Andrew T. Wood, of Montgomery. Swinton's Primrose Soap 19c. c'k worth 25c. We havo just received a very largo and beautiful assortment of and 35c. Lieut. Governor Henry E. Huston, WHITE and BLACK DRESS GOODS, which wo aro closing out at Imported Tooth Brushes, solid back, 19c. worth 25 McCracken. A large line and a great variety of Toilet Waters, Pet fumes, Cloth of Attorney General L. Crawford, of prices which will astonish you. J. low prices. Brushes, Hair Brushes, &c, at proportionally NJ . Clothing, Shoes and Dress Goods. Black and Embroidered. ' . , ,r- White, Lead, strictly pure, PiireLinsccd Oil - - -' Best Mixed Paint ,- PAINTS I . 10 Campbell. : ?r Auditor Chas. Blandford, llv - r of Brccken-rldg- o. DRESS GOODS. In Dress Goods wo arc displaying Mulls. () 6oc.iperga'l. per gal. $i.o Treasurer Eli Farmer, of Pulaski. Supt, Pub. Instruction L. V. Dodge, an assortment of Madison. rr Of all f Patent Medicines week. per kinds reduced cent, for one Clerk Court of Appeals cf Fayette. I'KOIIIMTIOX. Bobt. Blain, j Accurately compounded at all hours, day and night. PRESIDENT K. P. A. , Prescriptions Notice I This column fo Governor Josiah Harris, of McCracken. Lieut. Governor II. M. AVinslow, of Carroll. Attorney Goncral-- E. J. Polk, of Jefferson. Auditor W. W. Goddanl, of Mercer. Treasurer J. M. Holmes, of Daviess. Supt. Pub. Instruction Alex. Tusk, of Anderson. Register Land Office Branford McGregor, of Kenton. Clerk Court of Appeals R. T. Friend, of Boyle. PEOPLE'S Oil TIIinD PARTY. Black Embroidered Skirting twenty-seve- n of Plaids, Stripes, Checks inches dejep at prices ranging from anc solid Colors at unprecedentedly low 35 cts. to $1.00 per yard. Also a full line of Whito Skirting Goods, ranging in prkjes. Call and see tho beauties wo aro prices from 35 cts..to 80 cts. per yard. displaying. Calicos, including Indigos at 5 cts. per yard. Respectfully. Main Street, WITT & MEAD0R) HARDINSBUItG, KY. Wo have just received a beautiful line of bprm; of cost. Clothing 4? S3 CD 1--4 Which wo aro selling at prices which astonish every one who examine the lino. In GRO'CEMES we lead in prices, we are selling them regardless Call and see our lino, tho most complete over brought to tho country Bargain S mJ W j !)"-.- . r "A ' 1 Clovcrpoit Market of Dccring Binders and Mowers. Sulky Hay Rakes. Coal Cook Stove No. 7, w;th 40 ; pieces of ware for $1 x.op. JNO, 7 iJOX, WOOll cook oiuve tut , Urey Woodson, Editor of the Owens-bor- o Messenger. Tho follow ing Bketch of Editor TJroy Woodson, of tho Owcnsboro Wcssenger, appeared in a recent issue of tho Cincinnati Post. Sir, Woodson deserves all of the kind words spoken of him. Editor. " Uroy Woodson, editor of tho Owcnsboro Messenger and president of the Kentucky Press Association, was born at Madisonville, Ky., August 10, 1859. Six years later his parents moved to Evansville, Ind. In 1877, when only 18 years of age, his spirit of independence began to assert itself, and bo left home and started tbo Muhlenberg Echo, a small weekly, at Greenville, Ky. This paper still liyes, a monument to the "nerve" displayed by its founder, though it soon became too small a medium for tbo exerciso of his talent for journalistic work, At tho annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Association, at Ilopkinsville, In 1878, Mr. Woodson, who was then only 10 and looked five years younger, was christened "Tho Baby Editor," which appellation clung to him for several years. In September, 1881, Mr. .Woodson sold his paper at Greenvillo and moved to Owensboro, becoming a part owner of tho Messenger, then a The editorial control of tho papor was in his hands, and thero has been no interruption to tho career of prosperity and increasing influence it at once entered upon. Tho Messenger is published by a stock company, of which Mr. Woodson is tho head and controlling spirit. His capacity for work is without limit. He is tireless, alert and never rcsourccless. Ho was the first man in Kentucky to give an intimation of tho looseness about the ofllco of James W. Tafo, Stato Treasurer, four years beforo ho was proven a defaulter. With that instinct for news that amounts almost to intutition with him, he got an inkling of something wrong at Frankfort, and suggSstod that an investigation would bo a good thing. Tho matter was laughed at and hushed ho declared tip by Tate's associates that they knew his affairs were all straight, and for four years longer the stealing went on, In his writings sarcasm and ridicule aro his favorite weapons, and whilo ho is personally jovial and witty, ho makes but littlo pretensions to humor with his pen. Ho prefers to deal in a plain-spokebusiness liko stylo that is seldom mistaken for the "lighter vein." Thero is no moro conscientious or influential editor, in tho smallor cities of Kentucky than Mr, Woodson. His paper is a power in tho politics of his district and Democracy has no mora ardent champion than ho is. So highly wero his services appreciated, that the last Democratic Stato Convention elected him aiTtho Second district mombor of tho Stato Executive Committee, which position ho now fills. Ho is also President of tho Kentucky Press Association, which office ho fills with much credit to himself. semi-weekl- nr rWl, Une Horse ivvcry 1'iows Gasoline. Stoves, .mnipppsnfirain. . . 5- jp, all kiiuis 01 - f Sorgo Mills' and Evaporators. Builders Hardware, 'Nails, Hinges s. Screws, Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, I " - Post Hole Diggers. Carpenters' Tools of, all 'kinds a .specialty. Guns, Fishing Tackle, full line ' - Water Coolers, Ice Cream Frce-zcrStep Ladders, Bird Cages. Rope, Sewing Machines. and Iron Roofing, Guttering : Snades, s, .J5 JUj. i " "put up. f Repairing of all kinds or any-- thing you may want, you can have it made-b- the only Tinner in or vicinity. Prices'made by the leading Hard-- r ware and Stove dealer in the city. arid-SpoutiClo-verport 'in RaR k..' lL f ". "I rs . i. jL. iVIIV IUI i i -- MILLER'S ncc mnnpir tii:iu iiiiv . .VOU. j -.1 1? fT..." - for aimu - tt w:h rx !aVvi.- &"'' ' -- Wtigo in town. i Call and see CLOVERPORT,KY Kt v OR MEN ONLY! tJ I h r For LOBZer rAiuiia makuoou: 1 1 rESIl general and XEKTOUS MBflLrrYi WailrnuasfBodvaiidMlntL Effect! JU SHOOD fell ltkil. AMet Hebt RttorA. Hew t vfeUra tad ! SeMtfellie taiileIUMfcijeJMheelelje, eWEDIOAL CO., BUFFALOi N. Y. UIH loltUlM 4 terelfB CMatrUk Write Uea. Mlt. We lei. tfjfy MV THE r 07 BEST ;- - CHEAPEST CONSIDERING sw MEDICINE CHILL CURE. MEDICINE AMD CHRONIO CONSTIPATION. LIVER IT WHi A.IO OUItlQ DYSPEPSIA. 1LI0U8NE8S, C. C. MARTIN, QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE. MOWS ftv K'- , "V v Cloverpqrt, BRUQGIST NEXT DOOII BELOW POST OFFICC. Ky t A beautiful skin, bright eyes, sweet breath, good anpetito, vigorous body, riV" ,. pure blood and good health result from tki vm of Do "Witt's SarsaparUla, It is sold by 0. W, Short. Good Looks. Good looks aro moro than skin deep, dopondlng upon a healthy condition of all tho vital organs. If tho Liver bo inactive, you have a bilious look if your stomach bo dlsorcded you have n dyspeptic look, and if your Kidneys, bo affected you havo a piucheji look. Secure good health and you will havo good looks. Electric Bitters is tho great alterative and Tonic acts directly on these viUl organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches, Boik ami gives a good complexion. Sold atG. W, Short's Drug Store, 60c. per bottle. Governor Pollock Barbour, of Jefferson. GLENDEANE, KY. Lieut. Governor S. F. Smith, of Wo aro also agents for tho Celebrated 'Studebaker" wagons an Franklin. Plow. Attorney General B. L. D. Guffy, of the "Oliver Chilled" We sell tho Horso Shoo brand "Fertilizer's" manufactured by tho Butler. high grade Auditor W. G. Fttlkerson, of Ohio. , North Western Fertilizer Co., Chicago, 111. This is a very of Fertilizer, tho best on tho market, call and get our price before Treasurer I. G. Sallcc, of Trigg. Supt. Pub. Instruction W. W. Mor- buying. Wo will savo you from 10 to 15 per cent. ris, of Ballard. A Success. Facts Are Very Ugly Things. Register Land Office T. B. Herrold, It is very amusing to hear theso wild of Butler. Royal Germetuor is established as a Clerk Court of Appeals Jno. G. Blair, eyed high tariff" men talk about tho remarkablo success. Thousands of testibill. They tell us that under tho monials attest its virtue. Many of theso of Nicholas. beneficent influence of that measure the aro given by men and women of tho "Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled prico of every necessary of life is sinking highest btanding in the most honored Peppers," was a lino of alliterative non- lower and lower, liko an ebbing tide. walks of life. if In tho midst of a flourishing and rapsense, that the children use to say. Now- Why, by and by, they say that is, you will only keep tho Republican party idly increasing business, tho prico is readays they can practico on the Perfect, groduced from $1.50 to $1 per bottle. This Painless, Powerful, Properties of Pierce's in power houses and clothing and all is dono in tho interest of thoso whoso Pleasant Purgative Pellets. It will Im- ceries will bo so cheap that wo shall tan- circumstances in lifo deter them from press a fact which will bo useful to know. livo on Fifth avenue and drive our paying tho higher price. Tho rich will bilious dem teams in Central Park. These Pellets euro sick headache, Ono editor exclaims with a frantic ges- buy it at any prico, but tho managers attacks, indigestion, constitiny, sugar-coate- d want for feel that a medicino which possesses pills, easy to tako, and, as a lax- ture that we can now get all wo that such wonderful powers should bo placed ative, one is sufficient for a dose. No next to nothing, and prophesies within fivo years a housekeeper will be within tho reach of tho poor. Many moro groans and gripes from tho 'old of havo said that Gcrmetuer was tho cheapdrastic remedies Piorco's Purgative Pel- paid a handsome sum for tho troublo taking homo a bag of coffee or a chest of est medicine on tho market. When it is lets are as painless as they are perfect in tea. It will bo "a dead giyc away" from remembered that a bottlo of Gcrmetuer their effects. Maine to California. Wo shall not need makes a gallon of medicino ready for trousers or darn our stock- use, it is certainly cheaper than ordiThe Proper Thing for Kentucky to to patch our ings, for stockings and trousers will grow nary medicino in a bulk, and when tho Do. on trees, and wo can havo them as free- powers of tho medicino aro taken into Tho Illinois Legislature has come ly as wo gather autumn leaves. account, tho prico amounts to almost down handsomely for tho Stato Exhibit In tho meantime, however, overy arti- nothing. at tile Great Columbian Exponition. A cle of tho household has gone up In prico Gcrmetuer is the coming success that very handsome display can bo made for Wo pay a little moro for this, a littlo has already come. Ask your druggist 1,000,000, and tho Stato will do itself moro for that and a littlo moro for tho for it, and if ho cannot supply you write proud. Every other State in tho coun- other thing, and when wo balanco our to E. M. Coleman, General Representatry should contributo something for a accounts and foot our bills at tho end of tive, Louisville, Ky. Send for book conStato exhibit, and Kentuckyy should not tho month we shrug our shoulders and taining particulars and history of wonprobbo behind in tho procession. Wo wonder what wo shall como to if this derful cures. ably have moro to show and moro need thing goes on much longer. of advertising than any other Stato in Facts aro very ugly things. You can't Facts About Taxes. tho Union, and wo should certainly smooth their wrinkled brows with flatThe Washington Post presents somo tako this opportunity of advertising our tering rhetoric nor inako them sweet interesting tax figures : wares. Not only the whole of this coun- tempered with special pleading. And For tho next two years our Governtry, but tho whole world will bo at tho one of theso ugly facts which will "meet ment will spend annually moro than big Chicago show, and there is tho prop- us at Philippi" or at tho polls in tho er place for Kentuck to display her year of our Lord 1892 is that tho McKin-le- y $500,000,000. To pay ono year's expenses of tho Govmineral, vegetable and animal wealth. bill is tho biggest sham and humbug ernment it will tako nearly tho combinA Kentucky building filled with Ken- of tho generation. It is a cheat and a lie ed wheat and oat crop. tucky products and managed by an en- from tho enacting clause to tho last Our annual output of gold, silver, coptertaining committee of Kentuckians Tho poor man gets no moro wagwould CIU80 tho eyes of many a strangor es, gets no moro work, gets no moro any- per, iron, coal, potroleum and lead will to bo turned in this direction. All Ken- thing. Yes, wo mistako, ho docs get ono not foot our tax bill for twelve months. Nor can wo do it with a year's product tucky needs is good judicious advertis- thing ho gets left. It costs him mora of cotton, wool, rye, barley, wine, potaof tho world ing. To havo the attention for his tablo and for his wardrobe, moro called to her wealth and her merits as a for medicine and moro for tho cofiin in toes and tobacco. Tho combined capitalization of our point of investment. Thero is plenty of which ho buries his dead. Tho McKin-lo- y national banks is $599,000,000. Ono year's loose capital hunting just such opporbill is a curso which dogs his steps at tunities os Kentucky affords. Louis-vill- o every turn and follows him to tho gravo. taxes will nearly swallow it up. Now, all this Is tho Federal tax. 'Wo Post. That is tho issuo for tho next campaign havo also to pay city, county and Stato and tho peoplo will mako it red hot for The Medical Profession. taxes. tho party bosses and trickstors who havo ' Tho attitudo of the medical profession Wo pretend to be a nation of plain played them for fools. N. Y. Herald. 'toward what is known as "patent medipeoplo, with no arristocracy, no Princes, cines" is not at all unreasonable. Thouno standing army and no expensive That Terrible Oough sands of theso nostrums aro offered to In tho morning, hurried or difficult frills, aud yet our taxes aro more enorthe public every year. Sotno of them breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in mous than thoso of Austria, Germany or aro dangerous, and most of them aro fu- tho chest, quickned pulso, cbillness In Great Britain. When wo calmly consider theso facts tile. Swift's Specific (S. S. S.), wo aro tho evening or sweats at night, all otytny glad t'o say, is not classed among theso of theso thlugs are the first stages of con- and figures it must bo admitted that tho nostrums. It has overcomo tho wholo-som- o sumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough outlook is not very encouraging. But prejudices of tho physicians in all Remedy will euro theso fearful symptoms such ovils always lead to a reaction. Tho parts of tho country, and some of tho and is sold under a positive guarunteo peoplo will bo forced by stern necessity strongest testimonials in its behalf como by G. W. Short, Clovorport, Ky., and to demand reform or revolution, and in a country liko ours such a stato of public from tho medical men who have used it Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. sentiment is bound to crystallize into rein their practice, and who do not hesi Beside Himself. form. tate to endorso its wonderful results. Cora Joho, you must bo besldo your-so- lf This is extremely gratifying, but by no this evening. Don't uso bitter and nauseous mixmeans astonishing, for every claim that Joho (eagerly) I would bo besldo tures when you can get "C. O, C. Certain is put forward In behalf of S. S. S. is based on a series of actual experiments myself, darling my better self woro Chill Curo." Pleasant to tako and guarN. Y. Her- anteed to curo Chills and Fover. Sold tho corcmony performed extonded over a long period of timo. by J. W. Owen. ald. Draw Your Own Conclusions. Our Very Best People wo say that Speaking of tho Republican ticket, Whilo out driving with a young sister Confirm our statement when Wood-pil- o this Dr. Ackor's English Remedy is in overy thero is no nigger in tho atof his flock tho other day, tho horso year. Hopklnsvlllo Kentucklau. to any and all other tached to a Chattanooga minister's bug- way suporior for tho Throat and Lungs. In gy ran away. Tho first kick broko threo Sloop doeB not alwayB visit thoso rackfingers, and two of tho Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic of tho astoral rolioves at onco. Wo offer you a ed with a cough unless the great remedy sisterly ribs j and now tbo good man is and "O. O. C, Certain Cough Curo" is taken wondering what scared tho .horso, and samplo bottlo freo. Remember, this posltlvo guarantee and tho Cough cuicd. Sold by Jl W. tho wicked world W wdndetW how it Romody is sold on a Oweii. happoned that the sisters toMmd tho For Sale by G. W, Short, Clovorport, Hardinsburg, pastoVa fingers were cirtgut In tho, same Ky., and AVitt & Meador, Buy tbo Monarch Shirt. Ky. kick. Glasgow Times. Mc-Kinl1 syl-labl- o. 1 MOOEMAN & BEELEE, zn zn The largest stock of Saddlery and Harness at subsoil prices can be found at Wo carry a large assortment of Harness of our ovn manufacture at prices to suit the times. Below wo quote prices of Harness made from pure Oak Tanned Leather. Single Buggy Harness, Breast Collar $5.50, SG.50, 87.50, $9.00 and 812.00. Bridles, Curb Bits 75c, 90c and 1.00. Saddles, $1.75, ?2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, 87.00 and $10.00. We carry a Hue of Rubber Goods, such as Horse Covers, Storm Aprons, Leggings, at, very low prices. Wo carry a line of Novelties, such as Tail Ties, Tho Cotswoll Wool Plumes and Tail Protectors, and everything pertaining to tho trade. We have a large lino of Collars, Hames and Chains, Breeching 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50. Mr. C. P. Babbage will be found at our shop ready to do all kinds of repairs and make new work to order. It will pay vou to examine our stock. Bo WAMMJIMIM d- - BANK OF :e:l:b:l.: tot HAHDINSBUM Capital Stock $25,000. F. BEAKD, President. WILL MILLER, M. II. DEAHD, Cashier. 1). Vlee-lre!de- WHAT SCOTT'S CURES CONSUMPTION COLDS Wasting Eicoaces SCROFULA BRONCHITIS COUCHS Q. W. BEAKD 1 MOKUIS KSKUIDQE J U. M. JOLLY. INTEREST -- Director;. Wonderful Flesh Producer. gained one pound Many ha por day by its use. Scott's Emulsion is not a secret remedy. It contains tho stimulating proportioa of tho Hypophos-phite- s and puro Norwegian Cod Livor Oil, tho potency of both being largoly increased. It is used by rhysicianB all ovor tho world. PAID 0M TIME DEPOSITS. H. R. LoulsvHle,Hanllnsburg & Western No. 5 TIME TABLE. Taking Effect at 5.00 o'clock a. m. Sunday September 28, 1890. East Uound Trains Wilt Hound Tralm " Dally Dally Dally Oafly STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun ex Sun. ex Sun. No. 2 No. 6 No. 5 No. 1 6 30.un 1115am I.v Irvlnijton Ar 9 45am 6 45p t) 12 4 50 Garfield 1142 715 4 20 862 Harned llftSun 7 37 416 8 44 1206pm Junction 7 45 4 00 8 37 Hardinsburg 1213 7 65 3 48 8 28 12 2J Junction 828 323 815 Kirk 123t5 882 3 00 8 03 Jolly 12 47 910 220 7 44 Glendeane 105 9 47 7 29 148 i20 Uockvale 1015 1029 10 41 1101 11 PALATABLE AS MILK. COTT Sold by all Druggists. A. 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THEY fi I zo (40 little Jlcanf to tho Reaper and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich' ign Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, tSviltnllo lor nil Aten, Vrlco of cither alio, 25c. per Bottle. W BI Will) hr I cu,(eoprrt l.f.JHITH4.C0."Ut.ofmLKDKAK3.-ST.Ugi- J JU1E Tim MOST CONVENIENT. I WI U or.urnj), MB. Pine & Poplar Shingles ly Gllod. Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring Orders ackept on hand. companied by cash prompt' rurillcb tho blood, increases the expels poisonous humors anil builds up tho syBtein. What more do you want a medicine to perform ? Do Witt's' Sarsaparilla is reliable Sold by Q. W circu-lutiin, Short. " ' , , . . fSTKfosf S,. J i ''1j1' ww ' , 'f h hswswaM MiMflf asnrh " : j. '( 'f 'WSWlmimw iliitiai rlyi"ji , .:' mmt .. ,. - ( ' .. - ., ,,., tatwt4iwiji !&& , - w ., w t tfi MmmkM (3M"r i V ' n " J ". ..V. 1 V. ' S.Mt. r '- -i STOPTWlWrlP5 narrfTTrttaa.. WTW' . : ' " 'I v . E rDtt&Vn' ;tJ5Ar W aiiGE T5nViTn?V aju i ui ir ii ii ii - Tiik great "World's Fair to bo held at Chicago, is to bo entirely shut off from II" tho view of tho small boy by being en., DNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1891. closed with a high board fenco with no knot holes in it. JNO. D. VHtOII. G. nAnHAOK, Editors and News. HARDINSBURG V, DEPARTMENT, (l.HAHHAVi; . GUItar Proprietor. L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. OOIXO WtST. I. Si. Ii. & T. I.ocnl Time Cnrd. 10.05 -- 11.07 6.58 - 9 27 11.19 -- 10.05 h Mall and Eipress gotng Eait i Wast " East Express it u West Eait Local Freight West a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. The Hnrdln county grand jury has indicted Richard Jones, a prominent Bnpl 1st prencher, in that locality for having thrco wives. p.m. Passenger Dally arr. Hardlnibufg-12:0- 5 .. 7i48 a.m. " Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr OOIXO KABT. Passenger Dally arr. Hardlnilmrg.. 8:55 a.m. " - Si5S p.m. Mixed (ex. Sunday) arr. ing Democratic doctrines, ono who is devoted to tho principles there exhibited nnturally feels an enthusiasm and prido that he can claim ailillation with a party whose principles are founded upon equity and justice to tho rights of men. Surely thcro is not n Democrat in our grand old Commonwealth, whoso spirit has not been strengthened by tho proceedings of that Convention and tho array of talent and integrity it placed before tho peoplo for their support next August. In view of tho facts it would seem, at first thought, that every man should bo a Democrat whether he had previously been ono in whole or in part, but a careful survey of our county campaign and the methods used by disaffected individuals in attempts to create conflicting factions within tho party would cause bno inexperienced in studying the motives of designing mon to doubt the unity of the country Democracy. Various rumors aro caught floating on tho' political sea, cast with tho solo intention of disturbing political harmony, and all coining from a common source, tho Republican party. Knowing from experience that all efforts at a straight Republican victory will bo futile, that party in hclplesssensibility and ashamed of its own administration, is ready to aid any movement, so it bo Tho present campaign has furnished them a fertile field in which to display their best energies. They congratulate themselves that a candidate is proposed ticket who claims on an to be able to get an oflico by a Democratic vote. That Republicans ever aim to support such a candidate is uncertain, but the obvious intention is to disrupt tho Democratic party by wild aascrtions and schemes that will lead off those who think they see a chance to further their individual interests. However, this may bo it is a good time for every Democrat to subject himself to a thorough self examination. If wo have supported Democratic principles because they were right, they are right still. They havo never changed and are tin-- ,. changeable. If the party is corrupt, it is because of its members and not of its principles. Grant that both old parties havo become too corrupt for support and material is taken from each to form n new one, where will the new ono get its purity V Surely no man will say that the best is taken from tho old to form tho new, for a mile observation snows tne reverse. If a man claims tho Democratic vote because of his Democratic record, the Republican vote becauso he has denounced the Democratic party, and tho "Wheeler vote becauso ho is a member of tho order not becauso lie is its nominee whero does ho stand? "When a man votes for him what principles does ho indorse? These aro questions that every man bo ho Democrat, Republican or "Wheeler, should ask himself. The Democrats of Brockcnridgo county havo been too loyal in the past to stray off after an ignis fatu u. The reports of tho growing popularity of tho party aro ephemeral based upon tho idle conjectures of disappointed individuals, and havo plenty of tiino to dio and be forgotten before next August. ARE WE DEMOCRATIC t Following tho Convention recently held in this State, in which tho host talent of tho country engaged in expound- Tun public ovation extended to Hon. John Young Brown by tho peoplo of Henderson, Owcnshoro nnd other points in his section, one night last week, irrespective of party, was a deserving tribute to an exceedingly popular nnd talented man. .The Hon. John Y. 1$. has the personal magnetism to swell Kentucky's Democratic majority handsome figures in August. by very TiiKnn may bo some Democrats in the county who havo said thoy would not support tho nominee for the Legislature, but the election is sometime off, nnd when thoy havo heard both tho candidates on tho stnmp and weighed tho question fairly, we think tho number that will.falloffwillbofow. Pjiemidcxt Harrison is cleaning out tho postmasters in tho South, who came under tho Presid 'iitinl class. It is said not ten Democratic postmasters remain in that whole section, nnd by tho beginning of tho noxt campaign thcro will be n clean sweep made. Ulaino is to bo moved to his summer homo at liar Harbor in the State of Maine. His health is bad nnd his mind, it is said, is gradually failing ldm. It is feared that ho will nover bo nblo to resumo his public duties nt Washington. It is conceded nt Washington that tho cruisa of tho Charleston in search of the Itata has been fruitless, nnd that the cargo of tho insurgent vessel has either lieen landed or transferred to tho Esm eralda. Tub man who quits his party becauso lie can't get an oflico every timo he wants it, isn't worth a copper to it, nnd the sooner ho gets out tho better. Democrats should make an aggressivo campaign in every voting placo in tho county nnd put nono but good men on duty. Mits, Woiislkv, tho lady evangilists, of Grayson county, has been preaching a rscrlcs of sermons in Owensboro tho past week. Mrs. Kopp went to Louisvillo Monday. Tiik State's monument to tho late Gov. Luke P. Blackburn, was unvailed nnd Rend Witt & Mcador's add on first dedicated at Frankfort last Wednesday page. with impress! vo ceremonies. Mrs. J. A. Witt is visiting in Meade County. W. Scott Morrison has decided to Judge Mercer wont to Cloverport make tho rnco for tho Legislature in Saturday. Hancock. Mr. Morrison is a substantial James II. Gardner went to Louisvillo citizen nnd lawyer and a died in tho wool Republican. Ho will bo tho nomi-ne- o Monday. Mr. Warren May went to Shelbyvillo of his party. last Monday. The Kentucky Press Association meets ' Mr. Frank Peyton, Falls of Rough, was at Pnducah hero last week. MissMinnlo Fields, of Louisville, is ! How's This visiting Mrs. Monroe. Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars reMr. Jacob Smith, Glcndeane, was in ward for any case of catarrah that cannot bo cured by taking Hall's Catarrah tho city last Saturday. Mrs. L. Green, Falls of Rough, was Cure. F J CHENEY & CO., PropsToledo, O'. visiting in the city last Saturday. Wo tho undersigned havo known F. Mrs. Tom. Robertson, Rig Spring, was J. Cheney for tho last fifteen yenrs, nnd visiting relatives hero last week. believe him perfectly honorable in all Messrs. Vic. and Will Rowmcr, Clover-por- t, business transactions, and financially were in the city Sunday. able to carry out any obligations made Mr. Hcrbcit Board went to Louisville by their firm. lust Monday to tako in Robinson's circus. Wcst& Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Mr. Godfrey Haswell went over to Toledo, O. Sample, to tho church dedication last & Marvin, WholeWnlding, Kinnan Sunday. sale Druggists, Toledo, O. internalMrs. G. W. Beard and Miss Blanche, Hall's Catarrah Cure is taken ly, acting directly upon tho blood nnd nnd Miss Twyman went down to Glon-denn- e last Monday. mucous surfaces of tho system. sent free. Prico 75c. per bottle. n Mr. A. X.- - Kinchcloo has taken a SSTSold by all Druggists. d for tho noxt year with Wyler, & Co., Clothers, Cincinnati. THE NEW CONSTITUTION. Mr. Logan Pato went to Owensboro A Call for a Conference of the Oppo- Monday to act as special bailiff there during tho session of the United States nents of the Instrument. Tho following call has been circulated Court. Does it pay to advertiso ? Go ask the and numerously signed in almost every merchants who patronize these columns. county in tho State : At the ensuing August election the Several havo told us.that during the post voters of Kentucky will vote for or year they have sold more goods than Tho News reaches two against tho proposed now constitution. over before. It is a matter of tho gravest importance thousand readers every week. that the voters in deciding this question, A number of citizens mot in the court snail havo nil the information which can house last Saturday night and decided to bo given through tho press and by pub- have n big celebration hero on the Fourth lic discussion. To this end a conference of July. An attractive program will bo of those who are opposed to tho adop- arranged for tho occasion. Ono of the tion of the proposed new constitution is features will be a ballon ascension. Tho thought by many to bo advisable, and railroad has consented to bring the the city of Lexington, and Wednesday, peoplo here at reduce rates. Juno 10th, are selected as a proper time The stockholders in the gas well met and placo for said conference. Tho voters of each county, or as many at tho Rank last Saturday night for tho of them as considering tho busy season purpose of raising funds to put tho well to n depth of twelve hundred feet. Tho of the year can meet for consultation, arc requested to send represenntives to present depth is ono thousand feet and tho conference, with a view to obtaining it was concluded not to abandon it unan expression of opinion from tho State der twelve or thirteen hundred. Judge Milton Board says ho is preparat large as to the best means of presenting to the voters of tho State tho objec- ing for a trip to Toxas in July. The,, Judge has four sons living in that state. tions to tho new constitution. all of whom are doing well. Tho elder LOUISVILLE MABKET. ono Luther, who left homo when quite a Tho tobacco market has been in good boy, has since accumulated quite a forshnpo this week. All types and pretty tune. When tho Judge goes out nmong much all grades have been fairly active them he is treated right royally, arid steady and strong. Good, medium nnd when ho returns looks younger and better for the trip. fine Burley leaf has sold high and competition has been exceeding strong. Tho people of this town nnd vicinity Thcro has been more snap and more aro missing the annual round of tho strong bidding in tho market than for a school exhibitions which they so much long while. It seems tho buyers have enjoyed during the days of Prof. Crabb been rather holding back on their or- here. It is truo many did not like ders, waiting for n rain, hoping that Crabb's rulo of rcquriug everybody to when it comes,' receipts would get larger pay n small admission feo to his exhibitnnd as a conscquenco prices would ease ions, but still they went nnd enjoyed off a little. If this was a fact thoy were them. Prof. Shncklett has never given doomed to disappointment. The rain us a school exhibition for that reason ho last week which was thought at tho timo says. to bo general, was quilo limited both in That thoy require too much of tho extent and in amount. Many tobacco students timo from their legitimate studsections are yet dry, nnd in only a few ies. This may bo n valid reason, but all localities was a good setting season ob- want an exhibition next year anyhow. tained. There was only about one day They say of good bulking weather and while receipts did increaso a little, the accumuThat Mug Severs is solid. lated orders consumed tho supply oven That B. F. Beard seldom gets in n hurrmore voraciously than before. Tho top yprice for the season for Now Rurley was That tho negroes will not vote for obtained this week at tho Enterprise warehouso, when 29.00 was paidJor a Harned. good Henry county hogshead. . That tho gas well is to bo put down Considerable improvement ,is notieed twelvo hundred feet. in dark lugs, some buyers of this kind T,hat Judge Board takes tho cake for pronounco tho market fully $1.00 per spinning a good yarn. hundred higher than a month ngo. That tho chairs in the City Hall ought Farmers Homo Journal. to havo cushions in 'em. PRESTON. That young Phelps comes down hero oftoner than he used too. That there is no uso to kick against the Health of tho community very good. collection of the railroad tax. UNION STAR. Mr. Tom Brodio visited relatives hero ThatW. O. P. Breckonridgo will bo last Saturday and Sunday. horo on tho Fourth of July. Miss Mnttie Milncr is visiting in Miss Susie Ilrashear, Union Star, spent tho White Caps havo flogged two Roberts' Rottom. That last week visiting relatives hero. or thrco fellows over about Custer. Mrs. Dr. Frymiro, of Preston, was in Mrs. U. II. Rossett nnd daughter, An-niThat tho interior of tho M. E. church town Thursday, visited Mr. Sam. Bassett last week. will show up beautifully when finished. Miss Susio Rrashear visited relatives Mrs. Chas. Grayham spent last week That tho County Judge should, order at Preston this week. with her mother, Mrs. Bulgier in Louistlio court houso painted, nnd that too p, Mr. J. F. Jenkins, Louisville, was tho ville. guest of Mr. D. S. Richardson's SaturMr. S. J. Rrashear and wife visited d.q. That tho jailer's rock pile is a terror to day nnd Sundny. Mr. Henry Stiff lost Saturday nnd Suntho coons that break tho law and como Miss Rebecca Rickctts was called to day. Cloverport this week to seo her mother Mr. Frank Mercer, Ilnrdinsburg, visit- this way. That Hensley & Jolly are going to run who is seriously ill. ed Miss Blanche Frymiro last Saturday tho whoop-polbusiness nlong the L. II, Several of our citizonH attended tho nnd Sunday, & W., next year. auction of Hank's Rro. stock, at Steph-enspor- t, Mrs. Thos. Rrashear nnd daughter, Saturday. That for a week's engagement tho Mrs Allen, spent last Tuesday and WedTheatrical Company did a pretty fair Rev. Wm. Cashman, of Livermoro, nesday in Brandenburg. business, Jiaving scooped in clenr of all Ky., camo up last Friday night to visit Mrs. B. F. Gilliland left last Sunday expenses about $120. relatives at this placo. for Cunningham's Bottom, where sho exMisses Sura E. nnd Cora Richardson pects to begin teaching. visited their brother Mr. E. A. RichardThe Best Result. Mrs. O. M. McGlothlan nnd Miss Min-ni- o Ever ingredient employed in produc- son, of Louisvillo, this week. Hoyle, Union Star, spoilt last Friing Hood's Sarsaparilla is strictly pure, Mrs. L. R. Helm nnd Mrs. R. W. day on their farm gathering cherries. and is tho best of its kind it is possiblo Vaughn, of Roberts' Bottom, wore tho Misses Fnnnio Rrashear and Lena Gil to buy. All tho roots and herbs are guests of Mrs. D. S. Richardson Friday. liland were very pleasantly entertained carefully selected, personally examined, Misses Fannio Rrashear, Lena Gilliat Miss Sennio Frymiro's lost Thursday. nnd only tho best retained. So that land and Etta Allen, of Preston, wore MissRcllo Ruzby, who has boon visit- from tho timo of purchnso until Hood's ing Miss lilnncho Frymiro for tho past Sarsaparilla Is prepared, everything is tho guests of Misses Minnie Hoylo nnd Susio Rrashear Saturday. two weeks, returned to her homo in carefully watched with n view to attain-iu- g Hardinshurg last Saturday. Miss Kcllo tho best result. Why don't you try Dead at 82. is quite a charming young lady and wo it 7 Mr. Andrew Ackerman died at his regret her departure very much. homo in Rome, Ind , last Sunday. Mr. FOR BVHVJiVHlX When in need of mowing machines, Ackerman was olio of tho oldest citizens Use Urotra'a Iran Hitler. Physicians recommend It of thojilaco having reached his eighty-pecon- d machino repairs and liny rakes call on All dealer keep It ll.UO per bottle. Gennlne year. R. E. Moorman, aud crossed rcdllnesonwrapper, has ' Tcsti-mona- ls tosi-tio- Ack-crlan- Work on the New Jail, The work on the new jail is progressANNOUNCKMBNTS. ing splendidly, considering the unfavorable surroundings in which it wasJjpgun We aro authorlted to announce n month or six weeks ngo. ous. w. nioiunDsoN, Eighteen men aro employed on tlio at a candidate for re election to the Lcglila-lur- e grounds daily, nnd their work begins to from Meade county, tubject to the action of the Democratic primary, June 13, 1801, show up considerably. Some nro engaged in dressing up tho immense stone, to Mrs. James Smith has moved into be used in tho structure, others nro at tho rooms ovor tho "Reporter" olllco. work on tlio foundation, and a number Prof. Frank McAuliff, of Garrett, aro engaged in hauling in tho brick nnd spent Saturday and Sunday with his other material fioni tho depot. A look over from tho court house father. posession shows up great piles of stone, brick, sand Mr. Geo. Reiman has taken of his now homo, formerly tho Kendall etc., on what but a few months ngo was nothing, but n naked open lot. It is property. conceded that this building will bo n Messrs Albert nnd Ixm Richardson great ornnment to tho town, situated attended n danco nt Ekron Saturday whero is. Tho wholo is under tho it evening. manogement of Mr. W. W. Cnrr, Mrs. Ellen Robinson, of Rig Spring, is McDonald Bros., agent and ho is pretty tho guest of her nephew II. O. Rhwlings active in keeping everything on tho and family. move Miss Addio Jenkins is at homo again, Tho rock to he used for tho cells nnd nfter an nbsence of several weeks in floors nro seventy-si- x in number, Eliznbothtown. feet square, twelvo inches thick, ono of Mr. and Mrs J. Trent, of Wolf Creek, which will weigh upwards of 10,000 arc visiting Mrs. Trent's parents, Mr. pounds. It has been slow work getting them in from tlio depot on account of nnd Mrs. E. Wimp. Mrs. Sallio S. Richardson is expected thoir immense weight. Mr. Richard homo soon after an nbsenco of several Shcllmnn's son has been doing tho hauling. Tiicso stone came from months intho South. nnd nono better can bo had Mrs. Wm. Hilf nnd children, of Gnr-rct- t, anywhero. Tho rock for tho foundawere in town Thursday, guests of tion is being qunrricd on tho farm of Judge Woolfolk's family. Mr. Edgar Rennett, and already several Messrs Will Strother nnd Charles Mor- car loads have been consumed. McCrnctf-c-n ris, of Rig Spring, spent Sunday here & Co. lnid a switch at Bennett's calling upon their many friends. tank, and tho rock is loaded on the flat Mr. Henry Sanders and family, of cars without much difficulty. Tho brick Louisville, enmo down Friday nnd re- are manufactured about eix miles below mained over Sundny with Mr. A. More-men- 's Louisvillo, by McDonald Bros. They are of an excellent quality nnd much family. Mr. Robt. Green is nt homo for a rest superior to nny to bo had here. The best pleased looking man on the of several weeks, which his physician has recommended for his eye, Hint was ground is Capt. Henry Riley tho Iwss morter-mlxeThe Captain is delighted injured soveral weeks since. with his nil summer job. Mr. It. II. Nevitt has purchased Mr. Warren Richardson's brick Btorc. Mr. Syrup of Figs. Richardson will continuo to occupy it Produced from tho laxative and nu'till ho closes out his stock of drugs. tritious julco of California figs, comA. W. Morcmen has had his horse bined with the medicinal virtues of "Hermit" registered in vol. 10, of tho plants known to bo most beneficial to American Trotting Register, under tho tho human system, dispelling colds and nntno of "Hcrmont." His number of headaches, and curing habitual constiregistration is 15G0O. pation. Mrs. Hattio Grinncll will givo ono of her delightful musicals tho evening of LONG BRANCH. Juno 12th. It is to bo strictly a pupils Mr. Ed. Smith, of G uston, spoilt Sun- recital, and a cordial invitation is extended to nil. D. II. Baldwin will fur- day at this place. nish ono of his best upright pianos "for Miss Rosa Hall is visiting her nunt, tho occasion. Mrs. Cal Hendiick. Mr. J. F. Ramsey has resigned his Mr. Sherfield Stino nnd family spent position nt Glen Fount, nnd returned- - to Sunday at G uston. his homo in Louisvillo Tuesday; where Mr. Revly Mnttingly had a cow killed Mr. Ram ho will engage in business. who by ono of tlio trains last week. sey has made many friends hero, Mrs. D. W. Fairleigh and children wish him success in whntovcr business returned to the city last Wednesday. ho undertakes. Mr. Franklin Ditte returned to LouisChildren's Day will bo celebrated nt Sunday, villo Saturday after spending n few days tho M. E. church tho first Juno 7th, nnd at tho Raptist church tho at his farm. BApnrwl Miss Nellie McGchcc is expected to Sundnv. .Tmin 15th. Both y from her school at CUUrcilCH uru uuy prujiurmg lur iui'u arrive homo occasions, nnd tho exorcises will no Poweo Valloy. doubt be of an interesting nature. Tho Mrs. C. A. Parson and children, of public nro cordially invited to bo pres- Louisville, visited nt tho residenco of ent. Mr. W. L. Dooley Inst Thursday. Wo had tho pleasure last week of seeMr. Cal Hendrick and family accoming some of Mr. A. W. Morcincn's (Glen panied by Miss Roso Ilnll, and Eddio Fount Farm) fine horses speeded. Tho Smith took in the show nt Louisville. track was in excellent condition, the Mrs. Abrain Ditto, Jr. accompanied by horses ditto. Mr. Morcmen owns some her two little sons spont Saturday and lovely horses, nnd bus a number from Sunday with her brother, Mr. Chnrlton this State and Indiana under training, Ditto, nt Howards. several of which givo promiso of much Mr. J. II. Sullivan, formerly connectspeed. ed with tho Ky., Rock. Gas Co., at this Tho members of Rev. I. R. Timber-lake'- s place, but now witli tho Ky., Title Co., church, in New Albany, came of Louisville, spent Saturday and Sunuay visiting menus at tins place. down on tho excursion boat, "Tho New Mrs. Jno. Hull, of Pleasant Grove, Shallcross," Thursday, nnd spent n few who was seriously injured getting in a hours in our burg. Quite a number of buggy some timo since is very much them visited tho salt well while hero. improved, nnd her many friends hopo The Rev. Timborlake was warmly wel- for her nn early restoration of hor usual comed by his many friends bore, their good health. only regret being his short stay in our A Lucky Woman. midst. Decatur, 111., Dec. 1, 1890. Mrs. Sarah C. Dodgo. of this city, has Six lady members of tho "Salvation fallen $500,000 left by her grandArmy" paid our town a visit Saturday father, heir toInto Joseph O. Hodson, of tho afternoon, nnd seemed very favorably London, England, Sho forwarded proof impressed with our burg nnd its inhab- of her relationship to her lawyers, and itants. Thoy mndo only ono convert. will receive her inheritance Chicago Times, Dec. 2, 1890. Ono of our most fascinating and agreeWo aro Mrs. Dodgo's lawyers, and by able attorneys gavo heed to their pleadher seeing our ndvortisement, became ings and became a convert to tho faith, agents of her good fortune. If your and took tho part of "drummer boy" in tho ancestors camo from tho old country, tho procession. Their motto was "eat, of drink lemonade and bo merry while ye write us nnd incloso $1 for our list moro tliau half n bilmay." They mado quite nn impressing heirs. Thcro aro Rritinn nnd Gerspectacle as tiioy marched through tho lion dollars in Great boy" tho central many, uncluimed, which rightly belong street, tho "drummer to peoplo in tho United States. object of admiration. BRANDENBURG. . . ,.H a ABRAHAM LINCOLN . On one occasion being consulted by a largo Now York firm concerning the financial standing of one of his ' neighbors replied ns follows : Genti.kjiex. Yours of the- - 10th, inst., to ' hand in reply will say, Mr. lias a lmndsomo wife and baby, which nro worth $50,000 to any man. Ho has a rented office down town containing a tablo, and two chairs, in one corner of the office thcro is a ' rat hole which will bear looking into. "' 0x8 Respectfully, A. LlNCOMf. Like tho rat hole above referred to by Mr. LinWill not tho culinary department of your homo boar looking into ? Aro you sure you nro using Unadulterated coln.- If not then you should purchase them of us. OUR REWARD The Rapture of making an everlasting customer of you. iS OP ; . AV r. "STOTJIS The Ecstasy of buying the Purest Groceries at the closest possible margin. J,F3a VEST. 'I ) Sfclw Dry Goods! Jacob Geo.Yeakel&Co. BRANDENBURG, KY. Are Just receiving a. great many or the vary bst In Dry Goods, Dress Quods, Notions, Jtc. More new styles, handsome selections, choice novelties than ever before.' We will gratify your ambition to buy cheap, and give extra good qualities in the bargain, DRESS GOODS. 38 In. all Wool Dress Goods, worth 40o 2Jo 64 o 85c 40 " Tennis Cloth, worth 6 pes new all Wool 01k. Henrietta, worth 05o 49o 4 pes new all Wool Dlk. Henrietta, worth 75o SOo. N. Meyer, i wl THE LEADING to-da- MHCHAffTg Big Spring, Ky. Invites your attention to his mammoth stock of v tfSrCB '": . Nice Ui uble width lilk. Dress Goods at 15, 18, 20 and 2."o, worth twice the money. In fact we are' Headquarters on all kinds of Dress Goods and Trimmings. WASH GOODS. Wm GROCERIES, Qinghains of all kinds Imported and Domestic Stylos the latest and prices the lowest, HOSIERY, NOTIONS, &.C. Extra quality I.nd. Huso, regular made worth 25c to-da- y. Extra quality Lad. Blk. Hose, worth 10c 25c Kxtra quality Lad. lloso, fast blaek 8o pr pair Misses Llsla Hose, black, worth 35o 20, 25o Ladles' Lisle Hose, black, at 48c per pair. 15. Corset, all slses, at 25c. H. Q. O, Corset, all sizes, at 48e. 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Over o, o It Is that Impurity In tho blood, which, accumulating In the glands of the neck, produces unsightly lumps or swellings; which causes painful running sores on tho arms, legs, or feet; which devclopcs ulcers tu tho eyes, cars, or nose, often causing blindness or deafness; which Is the origin of pimples, cancerous growths, or tho many other manifestations usually ascribed to "humors;" which, fastening upon tho lungs, causes consumption and death. Being tho most ancient, It Is tho most general of all diseases or affections, for very few persons aro entirely frco from It SCROFULA $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 for 20 yds. Good Check Cotton. for 20 yds. Oood Uleaoh Cotton. fur 13 yds. Dest Bleached Cotton. for 20 yds. Best Wool finish Dark Calicos CLOTHING. ?. How Can It Bo CURED IJy taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, by tho rcmarkablo cures It has accomplished, often when other medicines have failed, has proven Itself to bo a potent and peculiar mcdlclno lor this disease. Soma of these cures nro really wonderful. It you suffer from scrofula, bo sure to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. "Every spring my wlfo and children haye been troubled with scrofula, sores breaking out on them In various places. My tittle boy, three years old, has been a terrible, sufferer. Last sprlnghe was one mass of sores from head to feet. I was advised to use Hood's Sarsaparilla, and we have all taken It The result Is that all have been cured of tho scrofula, my llttlo boy being entirely frco from sores, and all tour of ray children look bright and healthy." W.B. ATsnutTOir.rassaloClty.N. J. Worth of Goods that must ho sold Wo don't Bay anything ahout prices Como and sec us and let us convinco you that we can sol! you goods as BRANDENBURG, KY cheap as tho next fellow. Notice to Teacheri. Tho following decisions of the Superintendent of Public Instruction linvo been sent to mo : 1st. Every applicant for teachers certificates must bo examined on Smith's Our Stock of Clothing comprises the very best goods, latest styles and lowest prices. For Men, Sack, Straight Frock, Four Button Cutaway, Prince Albert; in all the latest Fabrics. For Boys', Youths and Children, we hare anything you want, from tho lowest to best high grade goods. $12,000 Jacob N. Meyer. Geo.Yeakel&Co., . BUY YOUE i 8eUbyaHdnMUU. flialxforJU. 'rfaredoa1r CO., Apottiearl,LoweU,MaM by C. L HOOD Hood's Sarsaparilla IOO trade-mar- k Doses One Dollar History of Kentucky, 2nd. A goneral average of 85 per cent., but on no subject less than CO per -F- KOIH-cent, will untitle an applicant to n first class certificate ; a pcrcontago of 75 per cent., but on no subject Ic6s tlian 55 per cent, to a second class certificate; a Dentistry. percentage of 05 per cent., but on no Dr. J. P. "Williams, of tho oflico of Dr., subject less than 50 per cent, to a third class certificate, W. B. Armondt, of Owensboro, Ky., Will James W. Miller. S. S. B. O. bo at tho oflico of Dr. 8. S. "Walking jn Cloveiport, pn Juno 9th, and remain. five IF TOVR HACK ACUKS days. If you aro in need of dental work Or you are all wont out, really good for nothing It U general debility. Try hhown'h ihox MJTTtms. 8el4 call On liim early, l'lie doctor will make IvwlUeure yon, and give kx4 atfettt. hereafter regular trips to Cloverport. bV all uWawn In utwHcliw. tl SHIETS J. D. BARRAGE. -- x1 ,n M f I r . ..,, fl 1 .... John M. BorntraegGr. II ...II V. it . .'- -a viili. .t - & TMr. , Both tho method and results when Syrup of Pigs is taken; itisplcasnnt and refreshing to tho taste, and acta fently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, and Bowels, cleanses tho, system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and euros hnhitunl constipation. Syrup e' 'gsisthe only remedy of its kinu over produced, pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreenolo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it the most popular remedy known. Syrup or Fia, for salo in 50c and $1 bottles by all lcndinr druggists. Any reliable drugpfet who may not havo it on hand w ill procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. j SAN FRANCISC 7, CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. Dr. S. S. Watkins, Physician " & Surgeon, , Physician and Surgeon, Office to Brcckcnridge S& door Cloverport, Ky. Dr. J. EL Clayton, in Dr. While's old stand up stairs. CLOVERPORT. KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1891. paper I not recelrcd rounliirlj , no. f tify u. LOCAL BREVITIES. fliinniro of addrcsH. When- order liiK"adtlros of your paper cliniiffod nlway Blvo llio old iu won n." i new addrcNH. Alwm clvo postnf fire. county and. Stuto. If yonr - The river is rising. Smoke tho World cigar. A splendid ruin hero yesterday. Sulier is running a twoliorsc delivery. Mr. Charles Itcidel is cutting wheat this week. All kinds ol Champion niachlno re pairs at R. E. Moorman's. The most altractivo collection of black lawns in town Sulzor's. No doubt your thoughts turn to sumtry Sulzer's. mer raiment y When you think of nico white goods you can't help thinking of Sulzer's. Tho Whiteley solid steel mower is guaranteed to givo entiro satisfaction. Miss Cashbier will learn something to her advantago!)' calling on us Sulzer's. Tho verdict is, "Upon tho ovidenco in this case we unanimously find that Sulzer's sells the lowest." A gentleman from California was tho guest of our IJrandcnburg-corrcspondolast Sunday and Monday. Several of our citizens attended tho Dedication services at Samplo last Sun- day. Thoy camo homo well pleased with their visit. Passenger Conductor Peter Finnegar, on tho L. St. L. & T. R. R., whoso homo is in Wisconsin, is arranging to move his family to Henderson, Ky. W. G. Claycomb of Daviess couty had his barn and content) destroyed by firo last week loss $1,000, no insurance. Mr. Claycomb moved thero from this county several years ago. Mr. F. M. Folk loft at this office last week one strawberry that weighed nearly an ounce. If ho had loft a crato wo might havo appreciated their fine qualities. One strawberry don't go round at our house. Tho suits of R. L. Nowsom against the L. St. L. & T. Company and that of Win. Hall against same defendant fordamages to property on railroad situated on second street hero havo both been affirmed in tho Superior Court. Mr. and Mrs. R. M; Jolly gave their daughter, Nannie Leo, a very pleasant surprise in tho way of ahandsomo birthday parly last Friday. It was her sixth anniversary and quiet gladly did sho and her littlo friends wolcomo and enjoy the day. Mr. V. G. Ribbngo, attorney, Hardinsburg, will attond tho Magistrate's Courts next week at tho following points : Hudsonvillo, Custerand Bowloy-villIn cdnnectipn with his legal business, ho will loccivo subscriptions and attend to any other business connected with this paper. Tho Rock Gas Company was sold out last Monday by a U. S. Marbhal for $250. 000. A now company with a capital stock of $700,000 has been formed and the business will be pushed with more vigor. New wells will bo put down more mains laid and tile business run to its full capacity. nt e. Irv-(ngto- pt Tho A O. V. W'.'h will give a concert and festival in rishcr's Hall, Thursday night Juno 11th. 1'ieparo yourself for bomethingaboe the ordinary. The greatest Improvement that has been mado in Hardlnsburg lately it is tho court house. Tho money was well nvested. It ought to have bcon thero years ago. The locaf race between tho candidates for tho Legislature promises to bo warm from now until August. It will bo the aim of tho News to givo nil tho local incidents connected with tho raco in each precinct in tho county, and tho movements of tho candidates, so far as wo can gather them from reliable sources. Those wishing to kcej) posted in regard to tho raco between tho two candidates should send in their subscriptions at once. Tho News will bo forwarded to any address one year for $1.00 or three months for 25 cents, Tho raco for tho Legislature in Meade is getting hot. Last Monday tho candidates had their littlo say at Urandonburg which wound up in the withdrawal of Mr. CundifTin favor of Mr. Willett to beat Gus Richardson. It seems that the independent Democrats nnd Ucpublicana have entered into n combination to down tho Hon. Gus. in tho primary. If this can't beat him with Willct in the primary they can do it with Dr. John Hnr-di-n as a Republican after tho primary. So they have it in for him cither one way or tho other. Tho Hon. Gus. will be a mighty hard man to down. Thero was a big crowd In Brandenburg last Monday. It was county court day and a number of pcoplo were seen on tho streets that aro almost strangers to tho town since tho railroad has been built. The stores seemed to bo doing a lively business especially tho old reliable firm of Geo. Yeakel & Co. This firm say their trado is as good as it over was and that thoy carry a larger stock than o they over did. It is a live firm up with tho times both in prices and styles of goods. Thoy aro liberal advertisers too, not only in their homo papers but outside papers as well. Thoy give tho BnECKENBinciE News credit for good seryice. Tho Owensbor& Messenger of last Sunday announced what it terms a very sensational divorce suit between prominent parties in this city. The parties to tho proceeding arc Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Nowsom. Mrs. Nowsom, says tho Messenger, has instituted proceedings at against her husband for divorce, alleging as grounds cruelty and desertion. But so far as the sonsational features of tho matter are concerned thero is nothing of a sensational character about it. Tho circumstances leading to tho institution of tho suit are said to bo only iu part true as given by tho Mcsscngor. Dr. Nowsom was seen by a News reporter yesterday who said bo had not yet been officially notified of tho proceedings and when so notified would mako no defence to the divorce issue. As to who was in fault in tho matter would bo better determined when tho proof necessary to a full determination of the question was all heard. wide-a-wakHar-dinsbu- .J&.'S'. '' .. 4."Vf .. ' Ed. Bennett was iu Louisville last week, Mr. Will Countryman and wifo aie in Louisvillo. Pros. James, tho Boston shoo man, was in nnd out Friday. Mr. Poolo had a valuable cow killed by tho train Monday. Mr. Chas. Nctherton is off tho railroad on tho account of sickness. Master Mac. Hcrndon, of Louisville, is hero visiting relatives. Mr. aud Mrs. T. J. Atklnton arc enjoying n short stay in tho city. Mr. Clarence Paris, tho lightning operator, is in Big Clifty on n vacation. Robt. McGlothlnn has bought and sold sovoral car laids of cattle recently. Miss Lillio McGlothlnn has returned from a Bix week's visit to tho Falls City Crop prospects aro especially good in this locality. Everything points to n grand yield. Owing to serious Illness of tho Irving-to- n correspondent no nous went out from this placo last week. Miss Mily Munford has purchased a very fino carriage. It is decidedly tho handsomest in the county. Rov. Chandler, of Falls of Rough, ocHis cupied tho Baptist pulpit Sunday. preaching was very much liked by every ono. Dr. E. M. Bowloy is living tho lifo of a hermit. Ono chair, a hammock, a coal oil stove in the littlo old log cabin by tho road. Mrs, Ed. Bennett lost a parcel of goods between Irvington nnd her homo last week. Tho finder will pleaso return to Newman Bro's., store Mr. nnd Mrs. Jeff. Jolly, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pigg6tt, Misses Goodson and attended tho dedication of tho M. E. Church North, at Sample Sunday. Miss Ella Goodson is preparing for a musical in June. Sho neither lacks industry or tact, and thoroughlj understands how to develop talent in her willing helpers. Wo predict her eflbrts will bo crowned with success. Mrs. Wm. J. Wintor. fl The Weather During tho month of May has bcon generally disagreeable and but the pcoplo, appreciating the fact that warm weather must come, and that very soon, havo bcon patronizing about U3 very liberally ; in fact, wo havo no cause to complain "un-Mny-likc." k.' 'A? Our store is never without dull business, like other dealers. buyers, oxcopt when tho doord arc closed and blinds pulled An upright, straightforward business policy always down. ltcmcmbcr wo sell the catches the people and holds thorn. best Clothing in the city for less monoy than Eastern trash will cost you. , vf' !i Why which we are daily receiving. wo aro-- ?ir Not Stop $ ' TOO BUSY Wow to tell much G-ood- s, about our new WNTER "Old Reliable" ABOUT CUTTING HAIR. When you go by and look us over. You will enjoy seeing tho new things better tlmn you will rending of them. They look better than their description sounds anyway and then Clotliiei-- s ,' j Fully Engaged In showing goods and can make your eyes light pleasure at tho absolutely new creations in G cts. Figured Sateens per yard, and other novel- tics. Don't bo backward in coining forward up-wit- S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS.i LOUISVILLE, KY COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ' (. . - jfcrt I .. "V BEWLEYVILLE. Hon. Clins. Blanford was in the city last week. Miss Blanche Jolly wont to Hardinsburg Monday. Mrs. Thos. Tripplett, who has been quite ill is cdnvalcsccnt. Miss Mattio Deo Moorman is tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. Chas. II. Drury. Mrs. Lewis is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Edgar Bennett, of Summerseat. Miss Eva Carrigan and Mr. II. Roll, of Guston, nttended church here Sunday. ' Trustee election will bo held at tho schdoTTiouso next Saturday afternoon. Mn T. J. Jolly and W. II. Cain Sr., attended tho dedication nt Sample Sunday. Quite a crowd is expected hero noxt Sunday at the Celobration of Children's Day. Mr. Chas. II. Drury conducted Sunday school in tho nbcnco of tho Superin- PERSONAL. Fred Fiaize wont to Louisville,, yestqr-day. tendent. Dr. Gcorgo Dowell, of Missouri, was tho guest of his niece, Mrs. A. Bennett last week. Mr. E. A. Montague, representing 'Green, HufTaker & Co., Louisville, was in town Monday. Miss Florence Cain is expected homo this week from Russellvllle, whero sho has been for tho past ten months attending school. Miss Nellie Henderson, who has been attending tho Frazer,Burko Music School, Louisville, camo homo Saturday to spend vacation. ld J-- f '3LC fc. v - 7. rTf & ,.FT r; Miss Minnio Murray went to Louis-vill- o yesterday. Mrs. Jas. G. Stephens went to Louis-vill- o last Thursday. Mr. William Witt and wife went to Hardinsburg last week. Several men have been laid oft" at tho Machine Shops, on account of dull times. Rov. David StanclifT wont to Chicago last week. Ho will probably mako that city his future home. Mr. J. II. Rccsor and wifo, of Stithton, wcro visiting his sister, Mrs. II. 0. Brandenburg last week. Miss Minnie, daughter of Dr. T. W. Field, Louisville, is visiting her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Monroo. Mrs. Martha Walters and her neices. Misses Olla Johnson and Mollio GofT aro visiting relatives in Hawcsville this week. Mrs. Annio E. Rrown went to Louisville yesterday. Sho will visit her sisters, at Faducah, and bo absent several weeks. Mrs. W. II. Bowmer nnd Mrs. F. M. Smith wont to Shelhyvillo Monday to bo present at tho closing exercises of tho Science Hill Foraalo College. Ma Willis Green, of tho Falls of He Rough, was in town yesterday. brought over four very fino horses which he had sold to an Evansvillo firm. Mr. M. Hambleton nnd wifo returned homo from California last Sunday. Thoy have been absent just six months to a day. Mr. Hambleton comes homo very much Improved in health, and loud in his praises of tho many frionds ho loft behind. Everybody was glad to sco Mr. Hambleton and to know that his health is so much improved. Fire at Leitchfleld. Litchfiold Ky., Buffered a loss from firo ono night of last week, tho heaviest in tho history of tho town. Tiio total losses aggregate about $18,000, with an insurance of $9,000. Tho following aro the losses: J.T.Harrison, hotel, $3,500, insuranco $1,500, II. II. Roberts, furni-- . turo, $3,000, insuranco $1,500, R. O. Hard-owicgeneral store, $8,000, insuranco mer$4,000, Cannon & Cunningham, C. S. chants, $3,000, no insurance, McCall, saddlery shop, $8,000, no insur ance Besides tho above losses many other buildings in tho place wero more or less injured by tho firo. Thero has been no cause given as to tho origin of tho firo. k, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fover sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns, and skin eruptions, nnd positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or Prico 25 cents per money refunded. box For sale by G. V. Short, Clover-por- t, Ky., and J." A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky. Card of Thanks. Tho trustees of Samplo M. E. church desire to thank tho people, through your paper, for their prcsonco, gifts nnd hospitality at tho dedication of their church. Also to thanlc tjio Rail road company for giving reduced rates, and tho Bukckkniiidoe News for publishing their appointment. John B. Jolly Ci.eiik. fiOYAl At,' ''.- - . Publio Warning'. Tho unwarranted step takon by Tho "News takes pleasure- - In announAnnio L. NewBom against mo by inn cing a musical concert to be given at and on tho evening of tho 13th, Inst., stituting proceedings for a divorce, Absolutely Pure. alimony justifies mo in publishing this by Miss Ella Goodson, of that place, asA crc&m of tartar baking powder. Hlxbeit McElree's Wine of Cardul pupils and a number of warning: That from and a Iter Juno 1st, sisted by her f.atet U, S. any of all In leavening ttrengtb. young folks. Tho proceeds are to bo giv- 1891, 1 will not bo accountable for aro and THEDFORD'S Oovtrnmtnt Food Htport. en to tho JJaptist church of that place. bill or account made by her in my natno, for salo by tho following merchants in will I bo nccountnbfo for any of her Miss Goodson is thoroughly versed in nor It is reported that Lucy Long, a little County i actions or uttorances. I havQ boon pa. tho musical role, and several years sorrel mare, ridden in many battles by Dreokearlilx Owed, Cloveroort, Jms W. and havo offered General Robert K. Lee, is still living fa exclusively to its study tmiat assure tientand forbearing, O. W. hort, Cloverport. the people of Irvinyton and vicinity an all tlnt is reasonable, and all offors nnd the south And in good health, safe from Bratbear Jfc Lay, StenWiport. of interest and special overtures have been rejected, and what the infinnltiee common to extreme old entertaininant Witt 3c Mttdor, UarJlaibtirg, vajoyinent under her supervision, R. L. Nkwbo. J, J. 6ren, UoUn Star, nfarc can 1 do ? n M. POWDER What Bay the Barber "Vhu Talk of the George Adkluon, Adm'r, Pl'ff. ) Notice of Care of tho Hair on Moil's Heads. Against "You'd hotter havo your hair trimmed, Nancy J. HoWtson, io., Deft. J Sale In Equity. sir." Ity virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale So said tho barber in tho shop nt of the Dreokerfrldge Circuit Court, rendered at Church and Cortlandt streets. the April term thereof, 1891, In the above "Why?" ho was asked. "I had it cut tylecl cause, tho undersigned will, on Monday, tho 15th day of June, 1891, between tho only a week ago." heuri of 10 o'clock, a, m. and 4 o'clock, p. m., "Yes, but I seo it is very thin on top," at tho e door In Hardinsburg, think that it (being a County Court day,) proceed to Ky., said tho barber, "and I exshould bo cut very frequently in order pose to Publln Sale, to tho highest bidder, the fullowlng described property, vli : A certain to savo it." land lying in On tho noxt afternoon the barber in tract of containing :U3 this county on Sinking acres. tho Park Avcnuo hotel was making his Creek, lying on told creok and Also three other tracts containing 24 last excursion with a razor over tha acres. Said lands constitute tho homo farm K of tho Into (leorgo Adkisson, deceasod, are well samo man's face. aro getting bald," said he. Improved, and He about two miles from Web"You ster. Also four other small tracts lying in "Now, what n gigantic mystery it is and near tho village Kosotta, and this subject of tho hair. I am bald; you lands bought of Gcorgo of Adkisson by C,same W. aro getting bald. Neither of us would and S. A. Casey. Salo will be made on a crodlt of twelvo and try to savo n thousand dollars if that would havo kept us a full head of hair, eighteen months. The purchasor will be regivo band hut neither monoy nor skill nor wisdom quired tolegal interest with approved security, bearing from the day of sale, will Bavo any inau a. singlo hair of hia with a Lien reserved upon said property, until part, tho only knowledge all tho purchAso money is paid. head. For piy I havo, after beings in the barber busiV. 0. I1AU11AOE, 0. 11. C. C. 0. ness twenty years, is purely negative. I think that if yon don't hnvo your hair cut it will not fallout." "What? Never havo it cut?" "Stop a minute. Did you over seo n bald headed woman? You nover did. Well, such a thing as n bald headed woman exists, but they are very raro. Now, why aro women practically nover bald, and why aro men growing bald in ' greater numbers overyyear? You naturally reply or you would if you had BUSINESS EDUCATION. thought about it as much as I that the reason lies in tho hats women wear. Their hats amount to nothing. The averago bonnet does not weigh two ounces. Their hats are open, nnd there is moro or less vcntilution under and through them, whereas men's hats are heavy boxes that incloso and weigh down nnd stifle tho hair." "I nover thought of that." "Well, that amounts to nothing," said tho barber. "It sounds important, but whatever wo say in favor of women's ATTEND THE f hats is offfaet by tho fact that thoy wear them twice as many hours at a timo as men wear theirs. Women often put a hat on in tho inoniing nnd don't remove Of Koutnoliy University, LEXIHGTOM, KY. . W. Corner JTAIN nnl ITTPEB Street, it till dinner; thoy wear their bonnets in IIoilo Court IIouo. church, at tho theatre, during their calls, 'WILBUR R. SMITH, President. all tho time. Tho im- C7 Cheapest, Bt and lllghcit Honored Collect. everywhere and n Smith, iwImJ tkt for portant difference between tho sexes is, E. W.todW,l)lplom of ometn of tMi Oot!w, Eipoaltlon, GU Minor at World's lotlii'lloit ilrneral Rrium after all, that boys and men havo their llriil of Uook.Kfrplnz.muSenU la tuoJM tbollutln luuo j 7r. iiair cut aud girls and women don't A Zduratlon. Ktilt from 50 HUM Kid Fortla ConotrlM. 10.000 Graduate In IltulncM. H Tcachtri eraplojl. Iluilne.l Coot., ccoilil. i3 nursed after sho passes OomnMNltf littlo girl's hair of Book kwplor. BmlotM Arllknette, Penmootklo, Low. Wnchoodliloc. noklo(. Joist Buck. Hooufooloilos, early childhood. KmlneM Proclloo, ilereootllo CorwpudjoM, w. "Some fathers who aro obliged to Citorrullo.lneCoar.e.UiildloIolila.ai.itoo.rj .f ndBrillnolhmllj, boutDO. Bhi.rt.lloi.d, ipl and Telecrapbr aro specialties I keep their families in tho hot city insist teiokeri sod roou, sod mo bo tskso olooa or with tks Boiinau that their babies' hair shall bo cut, and Count BpMlal department for Ladl.s. Udj PlnclDa! riTMirihaaU' special Coaru of Book kroplar.flO.f tho mothers yield in tho cases of the oim ArltbioetU and Pt omaoiklnwhen ukto alone, oo5 per tnooto. easr pay Students reoelrsd Collern open da; and nltkl. girls with great reluctance, but after mints. 03" Arrantunuats oan bo rnaJs with Ralltnad tom . acnsapdallr pais to attend this Collfjs. Jo girls aro 4 or 0 years old the tho littlo Voter no. Oradnte snocessfoU .03 For elreoltrl women fight to havo their hair uncnt aJO? IVlUlUn Ik OUlTll, I'wsl. Lexington, K. thcnceforward,'nnd such is tho rulo with most girls. After thinking it all over for twenty years 1 am of tho opinion that haircutting produces baldness. "Seo, continued tho barber, "what wonderful heads of hair tho Indians and nil Pcic disensts cured by n now havo. now thick it is. How splendid and nhnost painless process. Consula-tio- n nro tho braids thoy woar down their free. Call on aro writo for printed backs. It is so with all savages all innttcrr Dns. II. "V. IIckdricks and havo plenty of hair, and nono over cut C. D. TuFFonn. it, Tho white men who livo in wild No. 018 Third Street, Louisvillo, Ky. countries or on our border exemplify the Thoy wear their hair samo thing. down on their shoulders, and it is thick SEE AGAIN AS IN YOUTH I nnd luxuriant, but it has not been cut in nil tho timo thoy have lived tho lifo of tho rudo pcoplo around them. My calm decision is that if you want to ccapo baldness you must keep the scissors away from your head. No medicine will remedy baldness. To find a physic that will do so is the surest road to a giant fortuno, and men havo been exTHESE WONDERFUL LENSES perimenting for moro than a century Aro tho rosult of yeurH of sclontiflc finding a remedy." Now Yoik without and aro now phtcod, owlntr to lliclrfluporlority, proomlnontlrnbovoovory Sun. llilntr hnrotofpro produced In this lino. Thny aro noknowlodBOt by exports to bo Ino finest nnd most ponootly constructed Lonsoa KNOWN, nnd nro pooulmrly adapted Struncn nnd Fatal Accident. tocorroctlnstho various visual Imporfoo-tlon- s. A trial of tho KOHINO0R will oonvlnoo A peculiar nnd fatal nccldont hapyon thoy nro PERFECT SIGHT RENEWERS. pened recently to a man named DunEvery Pair Warranted. ham who lived iu Kechl township, Sedgwick county, Kan. A fanner named for Salo by Martin had killed n number of hogs, A. R. FISHER, Druggist & Optician which ho left hanging in his yard over Piescrlptlona Receive Careful Attention. night. In tho morning ono was gono, OLOVUKFOKT, KY, looking nrouud for souio trnco nnd in which might roveal tho causo of its disappearance, ho noticed, a short distanco from his houso, something strango propped ngainst n rail fence, nnd on investigating found his hog hanging by tho cambrel stick nround tho neck of Dunham. Tho thief's neck wns broken, and ho had evidently been dead some hours. Tho supposition is that whilo climbing tho fence Dunham's burden had slipped and caught his head in tho nooso formed by tho two logs and tho cross stick, and tho heavyweight Imd instantaneously cracked hU neck. Kansas City Star. Court-bousfcWTMMMssWlMMMiMr-Tr'rT""""- if S I7LZE Jr6 CLOVERPORT, KY. fc3 Harvest is Nearly Here your Harvesting Machinery and prepare for work. Tou will find any repairs you may need for your over-haul Now is the time to old machines AT- -- R. E. MOORMAN'S. He is also agent for the World Renowned Whiteley Solid Steel Mower. Give him a call before buying elsewhere. AVm. fJ A Casleii. C. II. PiiMninnv, Brcckcnridge Co l3rtm& CASLER Telophone 449, Ring 4. & PUMPHREY, LOUISVILLE, KY. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BUTTER AND EGGS A SPECIALTY. 230 Second Street, between Main and Market. Tjpf-Wrlll- B. F. Beard & "! Co.. Taea-Eri- STaiOTTJRE, FILES, llHiilHlilaiaaillBlalalalalalalalalalalalVtBia . . . - 1LL"' -- ""I i.jt Are offering this season the greatest bargains in ?Bliii?LaiaBlasP ! oxpor-imcntln- jr, Ever displayed before tho public. Thoir $25 Special Chamber Suit Is something nover seen before. It is a Sixteenth Century Oak or Maple Suit, with a d, ' full size Bed, handsomely carved, with an elegant Wash'-stanand the Dresser with this Suit is equal to any Dresser in a $50 Set, with an elegant lifo size Gcrmon plate glass. This bargain is something ncvor seen before, cheaper tlmn wholesale prices. Wo expect to sell 100 of tlieno Suits this year. Call and see it. B. F. BEARD & CO., ' NOTICE. Hardinsburg, Ky. FARMERS FREE COLUMN.' For Sole ! T zens horo. During tho dry summer prepare Teachers for tho examination. months tho ono at Vest's corner does R. P. Siucklctt, Trill. Two bay saddle und harness mares, 4 and 6 not furnish saHlciont drinking water for years old, for sale, Jbwm dray, tho townt IlardinBlmiy, Ky. Cuefr, Ky Another public cistern on Main street Tho Hard! naburg Normal Institute will would bo a groat convenience to tho citi- open a torm Monday, Juno 8, 1691, to elf. Twin heifers J years old bolh VT. S. Ashby. O 'jWfH , t9iatwe'"t " -x - $ 1wri"i ri-?-" ! . ijt .r fl ,. "tw'5 , - - .w- TfP .. ''1 ',-- ' '' . y;Tr - ,f "--- - "p Abdullah l(, on mulct a.m. Chief ill. !),, C 1 In the list t ion with 6. (Jninilmii of rancost 1:11,1-sle I'ntron 1:14 Chief II. ' Sire of punderjito. lllsiUugh Icri have 3J uml Til sous Si. llurch Mure. Dam of 3 under 2:30. Jlambletonlan 10. Mrc of 41 under 1:30. Ills dtitiKhUTit Ium' ; stiiil hi Alu mhrlmi MOOLEYVILLE. V, fKIng llcnc u;8 Ilrcorn iiyi . Sire of i(i under ayo. One proTwo dons ducing daughter. with 3 muliT 2!.V- Nutwood, when the ngc King Uene it now, lind only 9 In the Hot. bbbbbbbbI bbbbbsI For durability, comfort, and an elegant fit, wear the celebrated Monarch Shikt. JNO. D. BABBAOE, Sole Agent, CI.OVEKl'OKT, " KY. - Breckenridge News, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1891. WEBSTER. Jin. EniTon. Dr. Georgo Mercer, the d Great What Is It Pantomimist and Farmer's candidate for the Legislature, held an immense audienco of forty-seve- n farmers spell bound at Walnut Grove churcb, on Saturday, 23d, of May, for over two hours. I say spell bound, because thoy were bound to spell every thing he tried to say in order to get any sense, whatever, out of his mumblings. He started oft" by trying to read a chapter in the bible out of which reading I managed to spell just threo words After that dovil strife confusion. he jumped upon the "O'd party" with both feet and gave them a good trouncing. He even kicked hiinclf (in panto-mimfor ever having associated with either of them. Ho next held out one hand towards Democratic headquarters atllardinsburg; puttho other into his pocket drew forth a few "Daddy" dollars and pointing about over tho house at the Republican members present, intimated that ho had been suspected of buying up that class of citizens with tho Democratic campaign fund. Now, Dr. George, you are mistaken. That is not tho use you were suspected of putting tho money to at all. Dr. George next declared that he would never again take another vote for a man that would spend a dollar in a campaign. Dr. George, who is paying your expenses around over tho country now ? Dr. George and his cohorts nover advocated b it one solitary principle while speaking, and that was the bill. Never advocated the free coinage of silver the reduction of tho tarih" or anything else of importance. Now, Dr. George, what did we as farmers start out to tio ? Did wo not start out to fight class Legislation, Combinations and Trusts? Then let us kill this bill that you are making your fight on deader than heck, for it is strictly class. If Uncle Sam builds warehouses for us to store our grain in let him also build 'one forjwagon makers for his wagons, the harness maker for his harness, the boot and shoemaker for boots and shoes, the manufacturers for prints, domestics, silks, etc., to a world without end. Then pay each of these people 80 per cent, of tho valuo of his goods, and see where we will end. Again as to the 2 per cent, land loan. Let us look at that. No one can gut this money but a land owner. If a mechanic comes to mo nnd wants $1000, I say no I can't let you have it, I just have'nt it. lie says: "I would pay 10 per cent, for it for a year." I say, "all right John being as it is you, I will go and get it for you." I do go and get it at 2 per cent, and loan it to liim at 10 per cent, and make a net profit of $S0. without investing a cent. Now, that is good financiering I know, but is it right ? Can wo expect the labwith us orer or mechanic to when we make such demands? Certainly not, for wo are just as hard on our own laborers and tenants, as we arc on tho stone-maso- n and carpenters. Enough of this Dr. George. Let us make tho issue and the fight on something else and I am with you. Hero Dr. Georgo let mo give you a pointer. I will not vote for a man for President next year unless he is for tho freo and unlimited coinage of silver, for a tarifF for revenue only and the abolition of our national bankingsystem, ho I do not suppose I will get to vote at Dr. Georgo all. But I am wandering. in his closing remarks was soundly And Mr. Editor if you had stepped in and seen him with his hands folded across his breast, his hoary locks erect, chin protruding, eyes rolled back and looking into tho very depths of the heavens as ho was repeating tho benediction and invoking tho blessings of Deity on his followers, you would have thought it a model posing for a statue of both benevolence and admiration. Ono member said after the speaking, "Well, I was for Dr. Georgo until I heard him speak, but now I can't support him. lie may beat "Mug," but if ho does it will not bo tho first instance of a tho? roughbred being beaten by a Jasfj-ac1. M. 15. A. Self-styleo) Miss Maggie Still" was in townlast week. , Mr. anjl Mrs. Chas. Burcli were in town Sunday. Mr. Koland O'Bryan, Brandenburg, was circulating among relatives and friends here last week. Tho May Ball, at Derby, Ind., was quite a success, attended by a small number from our town Rev. J. W. Kendall passed through our town last Sunday, enroute for tho Cunningham school house, where ho delivered a splendid sermon. Tho calico hop last Saturday was just splendid, and the many in attendance are much indebted to Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Stiff for tho pleasurablo occasion, for in every particular it was a splendid success. Mrs. Lena Vessels has returned to her homo in Owonsboro. She has been on a protracted visit to her parents here, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Mitchell. Lena was raised here and has va largo circlo of friends who regret to lose her from their midst. Sho lias always been one of tho most highly esteemed and popular young ladies of our town, deservedly so, because of thoso excellent graces that mako her character bo beautiful. Last Sunday was Children's Day at tho Cunningham school house, a large crowd was present, anil several splendid addresses were made. An excellent dinner was served on tho grounds, and tho day was both profitable and pleasantly spent. Tho past week was a favorable time for thoso who aro engaged in agricultural pursuits, and tho farmers in this section wore accordingly vory busy, and proud of tho recent rains which were needed badly. Mr. F. G. Parr is in Owensboro this week, ordered there bofore the board of examiners for an increase in his pension. May success follow him. Madam Rumor says, there "will bo ii wedding in our town soon. Wo can already hear the marriage bells and scent the orrango blossoms. Have you noticed the broad bands around some qf our fairest young ladies fingers (?) that glitter so weighty. Quite a lot of us went fishing tho 20th ult, and were successful in hooking We have several of tho finny tribe. moro luck when fishing for perch than ' for sweethearts. j; ItnlmonlnJ "Blrc of to under aito. 34 iUukIiICTfTwIth . jy noun fill! M. f Alexander' - I ltetlu (I,. Wm. Deering&Go., Binders and Mowers r BasssssssssssssssssssssssNssssflHssS isssssssssssNssssssssssn-X7HssV959sssssssssssssssssslBssBssBtViBslBssssssssssssssssBsss sl . . . . IlUmllni l.un of mi a ssssslssssssPVBsssssltv llh4;. JlsslssssslBsyVVBiSsssssssssssssssssssssssssK lssssMsssssssssWssfl NssssHssMsssssssff f nJjssSsil fiPV-Sssssssssssk-iX- i SPLENDOR, Bay stallion, foaled April 23d. 1888. Will bo 10 hands 1 and weigh 1200 pounds. Bred and raised by II. C. McDowellASon, "Ashland," Lexington, Ky., and owned by W. W. WILLIAMS, overtax). rDictjtor 11,1 10; Irm li.Ho Mild foil with (t. Cl.irn, dam of Llixter 1JJ7 1.4 Alma 2233.4 Anloria 2:29 And trandjlil ol Ituiil.i liturtu I, . 2:103.4 tljin of l'rinctoii . lhiull' Miitntirlno, tire of the da m 1). Monroe 2:2$ 2:20 2:29 Henderson, Ky. Cnrlt.i D.im of 7 full sltcr and brothers to Splendor, nnd two of Ihrm are nlinost eert.iln to enter the i'.y IIt t!il chm)Ii. - . -.Miss llutlcr Duin of Maud, lhitlcr 3:jS 12, and hc It the ul.imof rhnlla- j ihont, Mrc of under 2:30, MUsDuroc 12 l.ulu Muud Uutler, trl.il 2:231.2 And KrundamofMollU' Mc, two jcarold trial i;j Decoy, trial 2:31 and a quarter at a gait of 2:oS The Dam or Ilrown Chief, sire ol Mnegie K 2:29 And of the dams of Lady Majolica 2:25 Altamont 2:2034 And eraiidfon of Flossie (T 3:18 (icnevl.1 S llcttle Jones Ac, Ac. ... ... ... ... .... ... ... ... . ,n ij i2 '&IsssrlKssssssls aateBBBBnVs!sBar'lB'!rBBL5sBHEEnEl a viAfiwEBHsHHsssssssssflsnhCrraHNaflsT ..WmjjMTTWtmVwKIKIUwSLlMU'yTfm -- ' rW'iSTTlaW!laBsssssssar-l,IaB'3UMflaHssssssssssssMFJ . SI 'SI- I IV UuWka i LsBaapBsssssssslssKBCv r . MhWUUillblj MwteUlitlH .'fiJJlXf i'JiL--d Headquarters for 2:10 2:2s SPLENDOR, is for service at Basin Spring Farm. Terms EJ25.00 cash or twelve months noto at timo of service, with return privilege. Limited to fifteen noon mares. Good pasturage at 50 cents a week, lor full pedigree nnd any further W. W. WILLIAMS, Henderson, Ky., particulars, pleaso address Or JOSEPH BLAND, Irvlnglon, Ky. WHAT IS A D0LIAE Hundred Cents. ? A Silver Coin of the Value of One Q.: What is a dollar ? A. : A dollar is a silver coin. Q. : Docs not the word mean a gold coin, also ? A. : No. There is or was a small gold coin called a gold dollar ; but tho word dollar means a silver coin. It was first mado in Germany and called thaler (pronounced tollnr.) A similar piece was afterwards made in Spain, and it is from this Spanish piece wd get our dollar mark $ whjch represents tho pillars of Jlcrculcs twined with tho figure 8." The Mexicans had, and still have, a similar piece. All of theso were and aro silver coins, and our United States dollar is an imitation of them. Q. : Are there not gold dollars in existence ? 2V.: Very few. They were not coined 'till 1840, and they wero never popular, being small and thin, easily lost, and, when lost, hard to find. In fact, they to tho people and to were so business men that in 1880 tho Director of, the Mint, Edword O. Leech, recommended that the coinage of them bo discon tinucd; and the following year, 1890 Congress passed an act prohibiting tho coining of them and directing that thoso already in existence be withdrawn from, circulation. Q. : Did they havo any circulation nmong the jcople ? A. : Very little. But few j)ersons ever saw ono and the Directors of the Mint stated that they were used exclusively for ornament. Q.: Then, it seems that dollar means a silver coin only. A. : It does, and, in fact, AVebster's Dictionary defines it as a "silver coin of tho value of 100 cents." Q. : Do wo not havo paper dollars, greenbacks, national bank notes, and other kinds, also ? A. : These aro not paper dollars ; they aro notes. bills, or If you examine them you will find that thoy "promise to pay" one dollar, or five dollars, or ten dollars j but if you look at tho face of a silver dollar, you will see that it is stamped "One Dollar." It is not u promise ; it is tho thing itself. From Grissom's "Peoplo's Dollar." one-dollone-doll- ar AlxRxandrr's Hotel, Seventh and Market Streets, Louisville, - - - Kentucky. EMPIRE CORN DRILLS, BROWN'S CORN PLANTERS, V URA- CLIPPER, AVERY, MEIKLE, ' 'Z ' , SOUTH BEND PLOWS, DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS and Hay Rakes,, II. J. & L. SINGLE SHOVEL PLOWS., BUGGIES, CARTS, PHEATONS and SPRING WAGONS, " ." . LIME, SALT, CEMENT, BRICK, SHINGLES and LATHS, DOORS and SASH. . FARM MACHINERY J n" Having sold out our entire interest in tho hotel on Jefferson street, we have removed to our old stand that wo occupied for years bo successfully at Seventh and Market streets, aro now fitting it up in elegant shape new throughout, and the outfit in every way will bo elegant, including ono of Halo's Safety Passenger nnd Baggage Elevators with all tho late improvements. Wo want all of our old friends to como nnd seo us in our old homo. Wo promise you that our Rooms, Tnblo and Service shall bo second to none in tho land. My wifo, Mrs. Jo. B. Alexander, wants to bo remembered to all her lady friends and sho will be glad to seo them nnd giyo them n hearty reception. -- Celebrated Cleveland Dryer Fertilizers PAINTS STOVES ! "V, ! PAINTS ! ! ! STOVES PAINTS STOVES! u A careful inspection of Goods and Prices is solicited before buying. HENSLEY & JOLLY, Farmers' Supply House, HARDiNsnuita, Ky. FARE $2.00 PER DAY. JO. B. ALEXANDER, Manager. E)T5IOT ,1 & (DO'S MARE. LATE ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, IUARB. " Court-House, K Y THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. LOUISVILLE, KY." W. R. LOGAN, "Manager. 01 TRADE lBE 'ssssH 'ftHsJV Rates $2.60 Per Day. Cor. Jeflerson, Center and Green Streets, opposite A. W. Jones, Guaranteed Cure for La Grippe. We authorize) our advertisqd druggist to sell Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption, Coughs nnd Colds, upon this condition. If you are afllicted with La Grippe and will use this remedy according to directions, giving it n fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may return the bottle and have your monoy refunded. We make this offer, because of the wonderful success of Dr. King's New Discovery.during last season's epidemic. Have heard of no case in which it failed. Try it. Trial bottle freo at G. W. Short's Drug Store. Large size 50c. Pure law! oneiyieai ZuEaLfaotTarocl Oxay fmmHmmmmmmmimwiiMBm I I I I j by LMJJ'J11 J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Maisliall, Clerks. every WATERPROOF COLLAR or BE UP CUFF Xt l(t K3 TO THE MARK JXTOt GREGORY; & CO., Agents, CLOVERPORT, KY. THE NEW PROTECTIONISM. Astute Republicans Coming Over to Tariff for Revenue Only. , General Sherman, like George Bancroft, was very fond of young people. He liked to havo them about him, nnd frequently treated them with more consideration than ho did their elders. He was a thorough democrat in his relations With his fellowmcn. no would talk With a laboring man n3 readily, as with a millionaire. Exchange. Very popular, very small, vory good Witt's Littlo Early Risers, tho pill for constipation, biliousness, sick headache. Sold by G. W. Short. Do to eSl3lJLt! 3XTOt to 331stCOlOIf ! DEARS THIS MARK. THAT CAN BE RELIED ON TRADE ,' ID Mark. HEEDS NO LAUNDERING. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. 5 and$l:00. Tho term "honest farmer" is derived often times by those who contend that the agricultural classes are as prone to evil as other people. A man of national reputation, whose public utterances are always of such importance that they aro eagerly reproduced by tho great dailies of the country, said a few days ago that the country people were moro honest than their brothers in large cities, and attributed it to their surroundings : "Tho trees nover issue "false stock." Wheat fields aro always honest. Rye and oats never move out in tho night, not paying for tho place they havo occupied. Corn shocks never mako false assignments. Mountain brooks aro always "current." The gold on tho grain is nevcrcounterfeit. Tho sunriso never flaunts in false colors. The dew sports only genuine diamonds. Taking farmers as a class, I believe they aro truthful and fair in dealing, nnd Logan County Union. kind-hearted- ." The First Symptoms of Death. Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in various parts of tho body, sinking nt tho pit of tho stomach, loss of appetite, feverishuess, pimples 01 Bores, aro all positive evidence of poisoned blood. No matter how it became poisoned it must bo purified to avoid death. Dr. Acker's English Blood Elixir has never failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poison. Sold under a positive guarantee byG. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., nnd Witt& Meador, Ilardiusbunr, Ky. Tho Southern Presbyterian Assembly, in session the other day in Birmingham, Ala., revived an interesting subject through tho discussion upon the second nrticloof tho report submitted by the Committeo on tho Directory of tho Worship of God : "The standing posture in puhlic prajer is sanc- Constipation, blood-poisofever! Doctors' bills nnd funeral expenses cost about two hundred dollars; Do Witt's Little Early Risers cost a quarter. Take your choice Sold by G. W. Short. The Masses Are For Cleveland. Hon. E. W. Stephens, of Columbia, Mo., has recently returned from a tour Of tho South Atlantic States, and contributes a graphic and interesting account of his experiences nnd impressions to If is Herald, paper, tho Columbia flo brought back with him two distinct impressions. First, that tho crop prospedts in the thirteen States which he visited are better than for many years previously j and second, that "the Democracy 'of tho country North and South, with the exception of New York, is overwhelmingly ior Cleveland for President." "Silver or no silver," ho adds, "the masses arc for Cleveland, nnd nothing short of an almost marvelous revolution can turn the tide." St. Louis Republic. tioned by Scripture, is dictated by reason, is n posture of revcranco and service Is recommended by the practice of the primitive Church and by immemorial usage of Presbyterians." This was adopted after several amend- It is astonishing with what rapidity tho clearer-headeadvocates of protection are in ono form or another approaching tho position of tho friends of a tariff for revenue only. Mr. Blaino leads off as the champion or "reciprocity," which ho explains as a cunning nnd superior sort of protection. Mr. Wharton Barker has recently written n very interesting open letter to Colonel DuPont, of in which ho advocates "true protection" by n repeal of protective duties on all articles of which trusts have been enabled to monopolize tho production, and by putting on the freo list from timo to time such articles as iron ore, carpet wool and lumbor. He also favors reciprocity not only with our neighbor' countries to tho southward, but wilh countries to tho northward also. Other distinguished protectionists, not of the d McKinloy persuasion, nro equally outspoken. Our esteemed townsman nnd contemporary, Mr, Dolan, for example, sees freo wool coining, and is not terrified at tho prospects. Now theso things rejoice tho Record greatly. When persons of weight nnd authority in tho inner temple of Republicanism openly demand the enlargement of tho freo list, and wink at "freo trade" by calling "reciprocity'' "truo protection," there is reason for rejoicing. It will not bo long until tho wholo lump of protectionism shall havo been leavened. Philadelphia Record. d n, hide-boun- WATERPROOF THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D COLLAR IN THE MARKET. EEUE WE AEE AGAIU" J T Jf ty. I am now back at my old stand and respectfully solicit Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers nover the patronage of gripo or causo nausea. Mild but suro, assist rather than force. Best littlo pill the publiq. for sick headache, chronic constipation, dyspepsia. Sold by G. W. Short. Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R. do. Jumpi'il the Kittl4iml.liiiiiiril Hack Again. A peculi ir accident happened recently on the local O.n.du line. In going to the junction, and before reaching Horsey & Dean's mill, the passenger and smoking vara left t)p track, owing to a broken rail, ran brino distance on tho ties, struck a switch and regained the rails. The engiuo nnd tender had not left tho rails. St Paul Pioneer Press. Furniture in varie- .: ftXciv endless BBBBKKBMKBKl TIME SCHEDULE Effect Tallin if :rro. 17. FURNITURE, Hone6t Goods. UNDERTAKER, Fair Dealing. Honest Prices. y - - At 5:00 o'clck'A, U., Sundaj,NoT.30. Weil Hound Traint 51 , 1890 Eait Bound Tratni Mall 4 Kxpr's Kxpr's Dally 9 05prr. 62 Kxpr's Kxpr's Mull & M STATIONS - ments had been offered and rejected. Whatever opinions may oxist upon tho posture of worshij), it advocates, it is historically sound. Christians first prayed standing erect with their hands raised more in a spirit of adoration than entreaty. Tho ''devout kneeling," which is prescribed in tho Episcopal Church, began to bo practised in tho third or fourth century of our era. N. Y. Sun. -- Catarrh, neuralgia, rheumatism and most diseases originate from impure blood. Cleanso it, purify it with Do Witt's Sarsaparillannd health is restored, strength regained. Sold by G. W. Short. An Admirablo Sentiment. Tho State government nnd the Mar-sony fraternity of Kentucky aro doing honor to tho memory of n nnd generous man, whoso election (0 tho Governor's chair in Kentucky was duo to that admirable sentiment which honors courageous philan-thropThero wasn't much practical politics in tho choice of Luko P. Blackburn to 1111 tho Governor's chair, but thero was a much higher influence in his favor. It is fitting that his charactor should bo honored as It is It has frequently been said that Gov. Blackburn was elected on sentiment. If so, it was no ignoblo sentiment. .Would that all our elections wero influenced by motives equally creditable, to uTcjeoplo. Louisvillo Post. ic blg-hearty. to-da- Dally Dally Dally 0 25pm 8 U'l.un Iv.Un'n L)p't..ar 1 05 8 40 820 nemucKy si, 1260 1210pm West 1'ulnt 000 720 12 07pm 0 03 7 25 Howard 11 Mini Hock Iluven 7 020 Long nranch 1143 927 7S5 0 37 Uratiiicnburi; 1131 804 8 07 0 40 Meade Springs 1130 11 24 0 40 Kkron 8 11 1110 Gustnn 061 822 1107 1003 Irvlngton 8 31 J 1068 1012 Webster 839 1061 1020 847 l.oJIburif 860 810 805 7 45 7 35 7 20 S 50c J, II. Hickman, PREMRED 722 7 10 aw y 91'J 8 SO 010 033 0 40 io 1027 10 30 1044 1049 It is quite tho fashion now to tako Dc Dr. Acker's English Pills Are nctive, effective and pure. For sick headache, disordered stomach, loss of appetite, bad complexion and biliousness, they have never been equaled, either in America or abroad. For Salo by G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., and Wilt.A Mcador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Witt's Liltlo Early Risers for liver, stomach and bowel disorders. Thoy aro Binall pills, but mighty good ones. G. W. Shqrt sell them. Hopkinsvillu New Era: When a man takes a cigar out of his mouth to tell an editor to stop his pajer because ho "can't afford it," tho editor may eay nothing, but ho thinks a great deal. And when ho orders his paper stopped because ho "hasn't timo to read it," and then goes down and whittles n dry goods box for two hours, tho editor may not say anything, but he thinks a great deal. And when ho stops his paper because a two-lin- o item did not suit him nnd then pesters his neighbor by borrowing tho paper, the editor may say nothing, but lie thinks a great deal. You aro outnothing'if you get a hot-tl- o of "0. O. O. Certain Chill Curo" from J. W. Owen, nud if it docs not curo your Chills anil Fever. It is guaranteed. Do Not Suffer Any Longer. Knowing that a cough can bo checked in a day, and tho first stages of consumption broken in a week, wo hereby guarantee Dr. Acker's English Cough Remedy, and will refund tho money to nil who buy, tako it as per directions, and do not find our statement correct. For Salo by G, W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky., nnd Witt &, Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. 1062 1100 1114 1120 1137 1141 1161 11 60 tin 12 I'terce Si....ile teplientpart Addison Holt Clovcrport Sklllman IlawestlUc I'etrle l'ulcon Shops 10 42 707 668 049 641 6 30 0 21 FOR CHILLS & FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS. ENT5 FOR SALE BY All DRUGGISTS. BY RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R Prt-a't- . i URE UREU DOCTOR TAYLORS hi ED. CO. ST.LOOIS MO. Vice-Pres'- t. C? f 1030 1020 10 21 10 18 615 0 09 0 00 O. W. Buansfokd, "W. A. Eiibkut, Soc. & Mgr 1003 065 044 9 32 9 23 062 1(1 661 643 631 6 21 01 1008 10 1017 U 10 23 10 41 03pm 1065 1103 1118 1120 1137 izzi 1235 45 1269 1U7 12 117 SiKittsvlile 11 85 137 It ns1 ftta 1205pm 140 12 204in 2 00pm lar.llenders'n Iv l'owcrs 1'ates Owensboro Mattingly Stanley Worthlnirton Cayce Lewis port 017 913 000 847 8 32 8 22 8 08 612 505 601 465 438 4 25 417 4 769 7 47 7 28 710 350 3 40 331 3 23 3 10pm 0. 7 UVnn Matters For Farmers to Consider. Tho wheat crop of the United States is valued at to employ 134,000,000, round numbers, nnd tho oat crop at Ono $222,000,000, total $350,000,000. year of Reed cost tho country or within $50,000,000 of tho valuo of theso two great grain crops of tho greatest grain producing country nud tho greatest grain producing people on the planet, nnd it is also conceded that with deficiencies purposely left by Reed for tho next Democratic Congress to supply, that $50,000,000 will bo wijed out. Theso are matters for fanners to consider before they vote for Bill O'Brad-loy'- s man Wood, or throw their votes away on tho People's Party Candidate. Louisvillo Times. The LOTJIS3 VIIjIVK, Courr tfournaJ KY. $300,-000,00- 0, If food sours on tho stomach, digestion Is defective. Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers will remedy this. Tho famous littlo pills that nover gripo and noverdisap-olnt- . Sold by G. W. Short. A romedy lies within reach of every ono in "C. O. C. Certain Cough Cure," Subscription IUUs, Dally andSunda;, $10.00 a year, Dally without Sunday, $3.00 a year, Sunday, $5.00 a year, Weekly, $1.00 a year. ii The Crisis Has Come. Four Statu tickets Democratic. Republican, Third Party and Prohibition nro now in the field. As Col. Artemus Ward was wont to observo in tho days when ho was coining hilarity into gold, "ThiH crisis appcers not onley tow hev cum, but allsow tew bov brot its relash-unsGlasgow Times. Buy tho Monarch Shirt. Hat the largest circulation of any Deinooratlo Newipspor In the United States and propose! to double or treble Its already large circulation. to tome one a tplend'd High Arm Sewing Machine or a Ilandsomo Gold Watch, ABSOLUTELY FUKK. Full particular! lu Weekly Courier. Journal. Sample oopy free, Sud for ono. Address, W. N. HALDKMAN, Company, President Courier-JournAND EVERY The Weekly Courier-Journ- al THE OWENSBORO," Tlxe 0-wen.sfooro "Svrsbg;orL Durability, Style & Co. - HOW ? BY DAY GIVING AWAY EACH Material & Workmanship Unsurpassed. finish Unequalled. ." tho great specific for Coughs, Colds nnd nil Throat and Lung diseases. Sold by J. W. Owen. Havo your Job work done at this offlco Manufacturers of Wagons, Druys and Dump Carts. Capacity 25 wagons a day, with a nipidjy growing trade extending over olghtceu Southern and Western fctatea and wherever Jntoduccd is universally considered the hest wagon on tho market. For Sale by B. F. BEARD, DILLON Louisvilli, Kt. a CO.,